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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. NO. 4* THURSDAY. KOVEMKR 21 1968 $3-50 A YEA


CHAMBER HOLDS OCEAN PALM COUNTRY CLUB MASCOTA C. OF C. ANNUAL

BANOUET SET
BUSINESSMENSBREAKFAST + t
r
MONDAY. NOV. 25

i The Flagler County Chamber
The Flatter Chamber of of Commerce annual ban

, Commerce held a breakfast quet will Monday night at

I with BunnHl businessmen the Flagler Beach Pier Restaurant
M.n4ay morrdtig at 7 a m at 700.
I Fourteen directors and bus A program f'ftUt1Pre-

nessmen were' present view of 1969" will be presented .

Businessmen' were encouraged with several out of town
to present Ideas that the guests as speakers. Jack

Chamber could pursue to help ; White, President of Marco
the community Some of the s, Polo will give a progress re
suggestions were: .. a port on Marco Polo Park.
Parking: i Encourage the f ,k 5 4r R. L McNab. banquet chairman
kf
City Commission and the stated that the restaurant

County Commission to construct could accommodate only
a parking lot In back 75 dinner guests and reservations
of the court house. will be limited to the-
first 75 received.
Bua Serrieet Provide bus
service on a regular basis be. Reservations can be made
thru Al Jones chamber
secretary
tween Bunnell and FlaglerBeach.
__ at 4373744.
n Vr
City Sewtl'09tllndorwd the CITY OF BUNNELL
sewage disposal system u
proposed by City of Bunnell HAS ROUTINE -

W.lcom* Wagons Study a MEETINGBunnell
system for new residents to be
welcomed and encourage to City Commissioners
voted to advertise for
shop with local merchants.
bids for 135 plastic filters for
Merchant Advernslat Discussed the city's water system at a
an advertising plan : routine meeting Monday

whereby the Chamber could night. The filters were estimated
assist merchants to develop to cost approximately

"shop at home" business. A familiar scene at the Ocean Palm Country' dub I Is a resident "Gator" sunning himself on 72900.

Gobi TVs Inquired as to the grassy banks of one of the many ponds and lakes at the nine hole course. Ron If Icol: owner In other business Monday

what was happening on cable and pro said the dub has had a very successful year, .ft has been quite popular with the Flag night the commissioners:
TV Installation. It was reported let County folk as well as Halifax Area visitors. Adopted an ordinance to
j that the company had vacate S. Chapel harder and
Instruction is offered for the next three morning at 9
Saturday
Free golf being men on a. m.
posted a performance bond. Glade Streets In Blocks".B.l..
Housing Study what can and for women on the next two Tuesday mornings ae;9 am. Nicol said dubs would be furnished B-3 and B-3 and the unnamed

be done to obtain some nonfederal beginners for Instructional purpo eL. street east of Block 3 alter
.
I I housing so that pros hearing petition from prop

pcctlve residents could either erty owners Lewis and Angela -
buy build cc\ rent In Bunnell ., Wadsworth. The ordl.tunce -

Airport Float To determine ELECTION SUIT DISMISSED ;,: ; ,, closes alt street and .

the status of an airport plan alleys enabling the Housing
for possible Industrial development Authority to construct additional

on the Bunnell Air. Cicuit Judge Sam Smith. housing in the area.

port. Lake City, signed an order of FORESTRY TOUR' SCHEDULE SET Authorized the clerk to doee-
Silver Springs Signs To final Judgment and Dismis the city's office Thursday and

contact Silver Springs to ask sal on November 19th of election I The Farm-City Week Committee has finalized plans fora Friday, Nov. 28.29 in observance

: them to change their highway suit of Shelton B. Barbervs. Forestry Tour and Cookout on November 26. The public is of Thanksgiving.

signs so that traffic can be George M. Moody and Invited and urged to attend since forestry is one of our major Called two special meetings
routed thru Bunnelt Wednesday Nov. 20 at 7:30p.
I Flagler County CanvassingBoard. Industries in Flagler County and It Is not often that a tour
Hospital Sign To requestthe m. to meet with City Engineers .
of this type Is available residents. Reservations for tour and
State Road Department to Judge Smith ruled<< that Florida Dawkins and Associates .
cookout be made by calling the County Agent's office or
place regular hospital exit Statutes 102.161 requiring' may to discuss the- proposed
signs on I.95 near the Bun. that sworn complaint be filed<< 437-3122. 437-3151 ar 4373815. sewerage system Thursday
nell-Flagler Beach Inter 10 days after election was not Following is a schedule of the days activities: night the commission will ,

change.All legally complied with Inasmuch 1:00 p. m. Leave; from Courthouse In Bunnell. discuss the city comprehensive
of these proposals were as the plaintiffs state 1:15-130 Pine plantings site preparation and genetic re study with planners Mel
accepted for study and development ment was not properly verified search. Conner and Associates at 7 p.

according to law. 1:45-3.00 Tour Wadsworth Lumber Co. mill.
President L. E. Wadsworth The dismissal was rendered 3:15-3.33: Tree Length Harvesting Operation. m.ANGUS

stated that prospects look "with. prejudice" which means 3.53-4:10 Short Wood Harvesting Operation and Forest F r.tUlzatJon. REYNOLDSDIES
good for the future of Flag that this case is closed' as far AFTER
lee County. He stressed that If as amendments or new evidence
we work together on projects or new hearings are 420-4:45 Control Burning. LENGTHY ILLNESSAngus

such as these the businessmenare concerned.' Only the decision 5:00-5:30 Forest Service Headquarters. S. Reynolds Sr, 71.
going to reap the benefits. of the Judge could be appeal. 5:30 Oaokout at Rayonler Headquarters.There 202 S. Daytona Ave.. Flagler
ed to courtThe Lair charge and the public is invited
a higher Beach, died: Wednesday Nov.
Judge ordered that the 13 at Halifax Hospital In Daytona

JOHN ZYSK plaintiff pay the costs of FLAGLER BEACH MAYOR HERBERT FULLER AND OTT" OF Beach after a lengthy

DIED TUESDAYAT court which includes witness BUKKELL MAYOR C. B. EUENSACH HAVE ISSUED THE fOLLOWING illness.
es. filings recordings. This PROCLAMATION! A native of Scranton. Pa. he
HOSPITALJohn does not Include defendant's moved to Flagler Beach: 8 .

attorney fees WHEREAS the 14th Annual Fuller as Mayor of the City years ago from Schenectady,
15 1939 S. Cen
Zysk. This decision had the effectof Anniversary of Farm-City of Flagler Beach, do hereby N. Y. He was a retired pulpwood -
tral Ave...Flagler Beach passed confirming the decision of Week again occurs in November proclaim the period of November distributor. He was a
I away Tuesday at Halifax Canvassing Board In declaring and the Governor has set !< 22.28 as FarmCItyWeek. member< of the Presbyterian
Hospital In Daytona BeachBorn George M. Moody the aside the week of November Church and was president of
In Poland he moved duly nominated and later 22-28 as Farm-City Week; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED the Flagler Beach Taxpayers
Ohio in 1913
i Cleveland
to
elected' Clerk of Court WHEREAS, both Farm and that Tuesday November Assn.
Beach
and moved to Flagler
City people need to realize 26, 1968, be set aside for a Survivors Include daughter
from there In 1959. He was a
CTTIZENS ADVISORY the Interdependence upon Forestry Tour and free cook. Mrs. Ellen Reed Flagler
: retired choir director and or
of TO MEET: each other and have much to out and that all person* assemble Beach; a son Major Angus
He member COMMITTEE
was a
ganist *
!
SC Stephens Catholic Church. f' gain by promoting this "Good at the County Court Reynolds, Jr., Vietnam; and

Survivors include his wife WITH. PLANNERS Neighbor Policy"; and House at 1:00 p. m. No rnevn j .Jwo aSldd1Uclm\
f WHEREAS over 100 residents vations are needed for the Funeral services were held
Lucille Flagler Beach; Car two The Flagler County Citizens. of this county enjoyed tour but those art Mng to'partake '" In Scranton. Pa.
Mrs.
daughters Regina Advisory Committee For Area 'last year's tour and cookout of .the f1sJFry please Craig Funeral Home. Bun-
and Mrs.
W '. Alexandria VL. will
) Development Planning nelL In of local
was
Brecks- and benefltted by the development call 437-3122. charge
Walkowt
Cecilia .
meet Thursday- November 21 of a better knowledgeand Herbert Fuller; Mayor arrangements.
vtlle, Ohio; four brothers and.Associates I
) with .Ie') Conner '
today
Beach I
appreciation of each other's City of Flagler
Alex and Peter, both of Flag .. ..
at the,courthouse .
Dated November 1968 TIDE TABLE
Itr Beach and Michael and 1 needs: : 75,
; *Vf; P- m. Chairman BUILens. .* THEREFORE I. Herbert Flagler Beach Florida 11de. for Nov. 21-27
Frank both of Erie PL. seven .
.
sen said progress on She from -'Ir .r< ,
grandchildren and one of the county .HIGH LOW
prehenslve study I f COUNTY: CITY rfil'1bUaaya.'l' I u
great-grandchild. / AAL P.M. AM. P.M.
wtlT be outlined : Day,
?
Funeral services axrd rburial. All commute ntetnber* nf-. '" 'OTTiaa:3 CLOSED 340X tSlfc"1* C1.IY, JJ.11. will'fcwo : ,.,21-, ;8.42 90*" fi2')5i2M: ) t
will be in Cleveland.: atur-.,: to attend,Unsserf; slid.'' I H be JElCIIayNo wp.THANKSGIVING ,22 'J:36: ; 10:00'2; ;kW3:43 i
frfrd .
day Nov. 23. .The body "C(**, : rBtJN ,. i.. Onlvtats: 2Tfor5Cn'county -- -- i"- .23 '10'.30: 1031" 3t8: '4E4iS ....

forwarded to Wajkowjaji Fun '[ '"offices IntitheSwrthouse krfali .A :;1. ,..uf 11:59"-{ 4oI3"n.lltJ.! !' of h"i2M '.
/ f
EU.trrF ) 'I
end Home atClavelafld, Ohio., ; ; wUI be.closed all closed aryIfall 12:3JH" 5fl'l. "sr43's '4. .
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Craig Funerah Home Bun. MEETS TONIGHT ; a''day 'Thursday and Friday ., .*}" be Th\1 rld ytt Npc T 26" ;'l.-OO 1:30'. 7:00 75"l" '- ,
nell war in charge of local arrangements.
(See story on page S) Nov. 23-29 for the Thanksgiv28 only. .. 27 2:06 2:30 8:12 8:54 0\0 .







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SUNBEAM ELECTRIC FRYPAN
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A. CLJKW TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT OUR STORE
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BUNNELL NEED A SEWERAGE SYSTEM? SUNBEAM ....-..........._............................-....-........-......-... .. !a

Far quite Mine lime of the people of Dunned Have taHted ELECTRIC I FRY PAN ...........-...-.-..-................-......=.............. .. \
about the paariMIHy I city sewerage system.

When heavy rains come our septic tank quK functioning

and the sewage floats into the overflow dfeehes.Even MU. S. D. A. INSPECTED" HENTURKEYS (1 -18 lb. Arg.)

during normal weather seasons. we know that overflow f rf r

sewage' drain Into our ditches and flews or Magnates all 4
thru town. Ib.Fresh 39

Often the odors are very offensive, net to mention the .
hem hazards that always exlat. An epidemic In a wet season -
t'8Vkt be almost uncontrollable.Then Florida Grade MAHBAKING (4-7 lb. Avg.)

we have the perennial cost of cieantag septic tanks.

Tree and shrub roots growing thru dralnfields necessitating HENS lb. 39'

costly" repair f fu.

When the Chamber of Commerce fills out industrial questionnaires -
about community' facilities, the question Is always
S. D. A. Choice "BONELESS"BOTTOM
asked, "Are sewage facilities available?" We have to sigh and


say Applications"No". for housing loans usually question the availability ROUND ROAST lb. 89< .

of paved streets, good water system and sewage disposal or NMP
syatem. All these factors help determine whether or not' ,

the loan la a good risk.

For some time the Bunnell City Commission has been working U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK

on a plan which Is Anally ready for approval or rejection. PORKuio

Working with the city employed engineer M. E. Daw kins, ROAST ROAST \

and the Farm Home Administration it has been determinedthat
'" "I
needed improvements of water' mains and a city sewage 58$ 68C
could b for 1068000.
disposal system ? provided ,
This sounds tike a lot of money. And It Is. However, two
grants are already available and approved. One is an FHA Lyke'a "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (14-16 lb.. Arg.) .Half or Whole

grant of $2CO.OOO and a PL 660 grant or $90,000.

This leaves an amount of $708,000 for the city to provide

and the Farm Home Administration will loan this to the city. lb. 5Sr S
This money would have to be paid back over a period of timein HAM

a manner to be determined by the city and FHA.

Action must be taken on the FHA proposal during the next
six weeks or the funds will be made available to some other
_
city. Lean Western "BOSTON BUTT' Herman's "PURE PORK" SMOKED
We heartily endorse the proposals now available and urge .
the City Commission to proceed with working out the detailsof PORK ROAST lb. 48e SAUSAGE lb. 59c II

financing.We .
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urge all residents of Bunnell to talk to your City Commissioners
Ocean Spray 16 oz. Can
and learn mere of the details and let your Commission w
know hew you feel so that they can better conclude what Cranberry SAUCE J For 45c MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

is best for our city.

John A. Clegg Evangeline SWEET No. 2 /. Can (

yankees would come down POTATOES 2 For 49C

Too Late I here and free 'em." 1n 43C
The article I mention told Big Chief 2V4 lb. Pkg.

of an animal psychology professor LONG RICE Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
To Classify from the University of GRAIN 33 a
Texas, who in a recent lecture
.T Russall KOT stated that he had been Martha White (Self.Rising)

experiment with apes and CORN MEAL 5 KRAFT'
An item I read recently In monkejs. Bag 39C
FATE magazine brought to "In ten years or so," he said
mind the old amusing story "I intend to condition various Philadelphia 8 oz. Pkg. MAYONNAISE

about the promoter who monkeys and apes for use In CREAM Ea.
CHEESE 33
sought Investors In a schemehe industrial and agricultural advanced to aid citrus settings. They can easily be Jar 49
growers. trained to harvest crops and
Speaking to a group of taught assembly techniquesand Pillsbury'a (Plain or S. R.)
growers he stated that he had Inspection tasks in Indus Limit 1 with i $5.00 or more food order
successfully trained monkeysto try." FLOUR
pick citrus fruit. He enthuse In the course of his lecture
iastically told how a band of the professor stated that he ,lb. FROZEN FOODS -
trained monkeys could stripa expected to start his experiment 5 37
citrus tree of ripe fruit in a in a strawberry field Bag Morton'a 14 oz. Size
matter of minutes and reduce where his trained monkeys PUMPKIN Each
picking costs to almost noth would harvest the fruit. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order PIES 29C
ing. "How would you keep them
lIe proposed the forming of from eating the fruit?" a listener Pet Ritz Pkf. of 2
a corporation to import and asked. "Easy," said the FRESH PRODUCE Ea.
train monkeys for the project professor. "Before putting PIE SHELLS 35e
and would then contract withgrowers them In the field I would feed PASCAL
to pick their fruit. He them a diet of nothing but
offered stock at a low figureto ripe strawberries. After that CELERY 2 For 29C
those who wanted to get in you couldn't get them to eat
on the ground floor. one. They would be so fed up CRISCOAPPLES
berries.'* 4 lb. Cello Bag
on
While many of his listenerswere
Impressed and le'rlouslyconsldf'l't'd Maybe the professor's ideaisn't fc
as crazy as it sounds. 49C 0 lb
the purchase of JiJt
Animals of every description, "
stock, one old Cracker, who
even Insect, birds and sea TENDER GREEN
sat In a corner whittling, kept

Interrupting his talk by"mum creatures trained have to been perform successfully a variety BEANS lb. 29C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
bling. ioU won't work.
of tasks and appear to
The Ignored him
promoter
enjoy It. .
for a time but finally bf'toameeuspE"ratt'd
The Damyankee may not
and shouted
at
Interfere but the SPCA might
the old nodger. "Why do you try to stop him.
keep saying it won't work?

I can prove every word I say CARD OF THANKS
demonstration. I know
by a
We wish to express our sincere
where I can buy all the monkeys -
thanks friends
to our .
we will need and I have It
and relatives for the many
men who are experts to train kindnesses shown us during 1111
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them. our late bereavement All the
The old Cracker replied "I visits cards flowers food and
ain't sayin you can't train prayers are much appreciated
'em to pick fruit, but I still OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
say it won't work because you Mrs. Alice Charon U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
3:00 1:00
w-ouldn't no more than get )fn. Dorothy George a-m.- p.m.
started good before the Dam- and family Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Nov. 21 it thru Nov. 27th, 1968ibr



PLAOLKR TMtVMC THW.. NOVKMBM II. 1BNII
social security o.c* to Hud closed carJforth 3-THC
out wise should ... the ..... Flee.. rtwrs woe - -
Social SecurityNEWS IIIIw to it* it. etc. ..... el ..... ..att... to 1111fR116 )M.BCT' far a lent tiase the use of rile
I q. I aea 4t feat eN sad eMdc .... ..... ...... hid reran V ...... red II...N
reently laM .. .rttc rrelsrs ,......, httrsa tot MUM' IC01TPMlfNtf"l' was kehddoa IH 'M paadaa
b.mort' bflitiaR It was awwnteod that ttplsS .
became e( hsart..uWe I aM etlrtt
aiarrtia1 sad haw three child- basing; eaetsltt. ....p. M ettART" ..t11. fit .Iusuio 1btts..ls

Q. I WM partially paralywtf fm In Mfeoot. My wnpioy0cMM >gtae*. Henry Scott was ...... weld sMtst a aotttniti.. .
in an auto wrwk wfc... I WM me to yjo to the social security President of the Flatter OMMty auditor aach yaar. .a atatirt
ate 96. I applied tar Metal security oflfcre and file a claim XARSTA'B.B6"fEg' Shrine Chih at their (tieeolUty but WM turned far disability.. benefit The so- meeting Thursday night at to-
down store i 4M iw< have ctal security representative 'If the >Bunail Chrfe Center Orville Becker ofWM pintail
mouth w rk. HM there Mm teM me that my disability 1 oft suosds P. A. Bdssnson. wtsMwr err the turhay
any change hi rh* law that h4 to be in effect for six FARM BUREAUArthur which .WM awstded d ehil

might help me! nMMvMa Dtvofe I could expect E. "Art" Kant. Veto 0dNft elected were George the It.WM MMOUIWM that ttoduh

A. Yes. To get disability any payments mil this re- Beach. citrus grower has been >fngAst \'kit" President: sow has 9ttt hi MM
benefits under the oM law. peesseMa4ve helped Me In RI- George Moody. second \1ft
elected to a fewth torn a* ts...,. Prom thin anwoat
you generally needed Metal lag a claim for myself and president of the :3TJ&69 memeratfen President; O. F. Alford. Treasurer the etch will leeward II* a-
security credits for at least my family. If no paymentscan bet FIorkta PaRR JhMoMQ ...... ; John C. ...... Secretaryand mal f18Rt.JlWtieR! to the atp.
live out of the ten yean before be made for six months at an FFW Board of P. A. EdnMMMOft. Scribe. pled. c VWWKrfPu hoMe IWvtH Oeeem.
you became disabled. why to it so important to file Diffoften meeting 1ft GainesviRe. The onVer will be Installed *. N. C.
Now If you become disabledbetween a claim before the six-month at a Christmas dinner
Out ef town" guests at the
24 and 51 wafting period has ended! at the Dt+ Restaurant.
age you Karst was chosen t. head meeting oNe meeting w.. VI'flJOft IHeaicyrand
will need credit for only half A. There are many advantages the State's largest agriettkuf- North A1A. FlagterBeach Edward Oliver bald of'
the time between age 21 and for filing a claim as al organteatton fer a one year at 7:30: p. m. Dec 12. St. Augustine Shrine chit
the time you become disabled.If soon as possible" after you become term. The Shrine Law was reid ---- --- --
you are disabled before you disabled. Several Hems Also elected to serve one regarding Hashing red lightson Huge neon MaN In Meseow
reach age 24. you need only of proofs and evidence are year term were: Walter rolling stock In Shrine Parades promote Communism, safety
one and a half years of work needed such as birth certificates Kall'" Canal Feint vice president was read to the mem and sobriety the NationalGeographic
credits out of the last three fer the children, a record ; Robert U Clark, Ft. bership. The order stated that say*.
years you were able to work.Q. of your past earnings, Lauderdale secretary; Forrest
My claim for social security medical' reports from doctors Davis Jr.. Quincy treasurer;
benefits for our children and hospitals, etc. During the and T. K. McClane, Jr.. Gainesville
was denied when my wife six-month waiting period we executive vice' president.
died. I was told it was because can help you get the necessary
We where is served.Beer
care our product
my wife had not worked proofs so that your disability
for several years. Do the payments can start SAVINGS BONDREDEMPTION
recent Improvements In the without any delay after the served in pleasant and wholesome surroundings is

law make any change six months. the aim of the United States Brewers Association. And
A. Yes. Under the old Ray Mercer local chairman
law
we are always striving to do something about it
S. Bonds
for U.
Savings reports
benefits could be
paid to surviving
children of a woman KIRKMAN WARNS that recent" legislation The USBA is represented by field men around the

worked only If she had worked OF WINTER DRIVINGThe permits the redemption of country. They meet with proprietors of establishments

recently under social se Savings Notes (Freedom where beer is sold. They work in every way possible to
Florida Highway Patrol Shares in the same manneras
curity or a special" supporttest today reminded motorists that Series E. Bonds. promote set of high standards wherever beer is served.
was met. Now benefits
may be paid to children of even the Sunshine State getsa Formerly. Freedom Shares This USBA effort means even more enjoyable placesfor
little chilly In the winter had to be forwarded to a Federal .
female worker America's of
a If she has great beverage moderation.
and drivers to Reserve Bank the
enough work credits earned urged prepare or
at their cars for the colder Treasurer of the United Slates
any time to be "fully In
sured." In other words children months. for redemption. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Colonel II. N. Klrkman. Director Chairman Mercer out

can now qualify on their points P.O. lOX 273 WINTER PARK FLORIDA 32789 W
mother's record under the of the Department of that this new legislation
same requirements needed to Public Safety said. "Vehicle makes Freedom Shares an
preparations for winter might even more cheerful companion
qualify on the father's re
cord. not be as elaborate In Florida to Series E Bonds. Freedom
as in the northern states but Shares Issued on and
Q. After my father's death they are still vital." after June 1. 1968 now pay 5 I
this I found that
he had
year The veteran Patrol Commander per cent compounded semiannually J
paid several substantial doctor
said important Items If held to maturityof
bills some time ago and to check for the coming season 44" years.Freedom .
had never filed a Medicare are defrosters and heat Shares may be
claim them. Can ./
on anythingbe ers. Heaters for driver comfort purchased on the Payroll Savings
done about this !
now and defrosters to keep Man where )youwork or
A. If these bills represent windshields clear on cool over the counter at your bank.In .
services after September 90, mornings. combination with Series E 1 1t
t6 a claim may still be Kirkman emphasized the Bond of the same or larger
filed. But hurry! The deadline importance of having exhaust denominations. They must beheld
for filing claims for services systems checked for leaks that for one year before they
from October 7 1966 through might allow carbon monoxide
September 1967 Is the last day fumes to filter into and become -
of this year. Check' with your trapped in a tightly '
pines
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, Southern Fried Chicken CENTER BALANCED suoGtn w ''
MASTER GRIP M '
QUALITY- r a ;

i All You Can Eat $1.50 J Give. hand teevenlM.unh.llil fattTlONltts UARSVGS "f try es.f.



I Served with Homemade Biscuits and Honey ONLY

J Roasted Oysters A GREAT BUY FOR WEEKEND WOODCUTTERSThe M 69.95

MAC 6 has the
MUSCLE-you
don't need any! whk totary UttoM
All You Can Eat And so lightweight lift and
$3.25 you maneuver it like a tea U* m 4 citato
I hand tool-cut firewood, brush. posts, even 6-inch
trees in seconds-with less effort, without trying! at tteworesraATts :

FRESH SEA fOOD FRESH FISH Lets !Bar and Chain .

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CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS BUDDY KNOX BUNNELL I

AMERICAN SERVICE STATION
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I South of St. Auguntine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1

! At Moultrie-Sign on right U. S. Hwy. 1 Bunnell Phone 437-3652









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LAiMC CROWD JUDGE ADKINS SPEAKS TO LIONS 1tt
rLAGLER TRI1UNE TH0M.. NQVIMMB 21. MM
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-'- -LINDA' KNIGHT UDC CHAPTER RWtOf2Sfe oJ, w I

RECEIVES than 100 'J ;
RECOGNITION ; of BM+C and )k 4h*L 1 MsHasrfy M II
attended .... iSttl annual .
The Bunneil __ Moody Family MMSunday I
ton Johnston C1ta Awed at the BunMll CHk|

Dsugfctsn of v.fWP*.
racy s4gl. I Atiatives and family MHMetfcMM .
recognition .1 Rawl traveled from parts
t'IX Genetal Convention at Florida and Georgia to attest. =rhf..t
Rkhmond. Va last we k. The .
sign placed' on the city directory The oldest family nwmfcoc
in Bunnell is the tint of appearing was Mrs. Mary std rw
its kind in the Untfetd ..... Waters. 98. of GakiesviHe
The attractive iidbfcm was niece of Isaac Moody and the
designed' r the local chapter. youngest member :Mending
The frisPmy of the sign and a was Diane Patlllo of J+ ekenviile. -
colored photograph was presented great-great granddaugh
at the convention by t<<.
Mrs. Z. G. Holland Jr. R
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Mrs. Holland president of ANTIQUE SHOWMr. ,

the St. Augustine chapter and and Mrs. Mike Stefttk I
Unda Knight t967 Bunnell Mrs. H. T. Cook president of were in Jacksonville Saturdayto
High School graduate now the Bunnell chapter, attendedthe attend the Shrine Antique '
attending Lake City Junior convention Nov. 1014. Show at Morocco Temple.IN r.i .

College, was among six coeds '
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selected to lead the cheering HOLIDAY VISITOR HOSPITAL ;

during the 1968.. basketball Mrs. Morris E. StuHs of Russell Smith 10 year old Supreme Court Justice Elect James C. Adkins, Jr. of Gainesville .

season at the college. Tampa is expected to arrive son of Mr. and Mrs.. C. F. is shown above speaking? to the more than 80 Flagler
Unda was selected by a Friday to spend the Thanksgiving Smith of flaw Creek, was admitted Beach Lions and guests at the anniversary banquet last Monday \
panel of faculty and student holidays In Bunneil to Halifax Hospital In night at Marineland. Seated are Lions Club president Jack
Judges. The cheerleaders were with her son In law and Daytona Beach today. Russell Abbott and Mrs. AbbottBANQUET
selected on the basis of a rat. daughter Clifford and Lois will undergo Fri
fye surgery
CEREMONIES
MASTER OF
Ing In live categories: appearance Higginbotham and daughters.Mrs. day. ,
personality poise vole
and skill.VISITING. Charles Chamber RETURN HOMEMr.
Mrs. Ray Mercer Mrs. Frank
and Mrs. O. L. Brandt
IN ILL. Mercer and Mrs. Henry Scott.
returned to their home N
Mildred Landers Flagler Eastern Star Chapter 93 members
IIW)'. AlA Saturday after two
Beach left Friday for Shelby. attended "Friendship" months Visit In Cleveland
vilie. 111. to visit her sons and Night" at Barberville.' Ohio.
their families Mr. and Mrs.

Bob Richardson and Mr. and ANTIQUE FAIR Mrs. Tom Humphries. Ashe T: 9

Mrs Bill Richardson. IN GAINESVILLEThe vine N. C. is visiting at T Pj
University Medical Double L ranch with her son
HOME FROM TRIP Guild Annual Fair and Mr. and
Antique In law daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sch- will be staged Nov. 22.23 from Mrs. Tom Lenssen.' r '
wenk have returned to their 10:00: a. m. until 9:00 p. m.
home at Flagler Beach aftera at the Gainesville Recreation' Weekend' houseguests' at the \\
Mediterranean tour aboard renter 516 N. E. 2nd Ave. home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
the. S. S. Independence. Proceeds from the benefit go Tucker Biminl. were Mr. and
Highlight of the cruise wasa to U of F Shands Teaching Mrs. William McClendon of

tour of the Holy Land. Hospital. Newton Miss. \
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BHS CONTEST WINNERS a
BIRTHANNOUNCEMENTS ,

Walter Sonny Lee' Lions International Counselor, standing .

RITA LEE ANDERSON right was Master of Ceremonies at the Charter Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L banquet. Seated 1 to r. are Mrs. Adkins and Mr. and Mrs. Jack 1

AndJM"e Bunneil are theparrnts Abbott.
of an eight pound- I
,
Elisabeth Harris Mattie
HOSPITAL NOTES
five ounce daughter born Fri. ,
Brooks Joyce Anderson and
day, November 15 at 11:02: a. Admitted: Nellie Palmer
infantgirl. Robert Bertha IV;
m. Bunneil General Hospital.She Bunnell; Mat tie Brooks. Bun. Margaret Pellicer. John Campbell 1
has been named Rita nellVerna; Folk. Bunnell Jesse Beverly' Crouch Josephtae *
Lee Anderson. Rice. BunnellJames Murray Edward
Foster. Schatz.
Bunnell; Margaret Pellicer. Max Kelly Floyd Gossell' Rebecca .
DEATH NOTICES 1
Bunnell Mae
; Keifer. FKeger and Infant son
FORMER XORONA Haw Creek; Anita Akin. St Susan Brown and Infant son
Johns Park William Moses
,
;
RESIDENT DIES Frances Anderson.
s.
Bunnell; Annie Barzelogna.
AT ST. PETERSBURG Bunnell; Neva Eisenbach.'
Mrs. Mary Franckowskl. 80. Bunnell; Claude Pe-IIICf'r. Bun. LEGION PLANSANNUAL I

former Korona resident passed nell; Lola McCabe, Bunnell; TOLEPAR'
away Monday at St. Joseph David Rieger. Bunnell; Robert
Manor at St, Petersburg.Born Bertha IV. Bunnell; Joyce "
Bunnell High School was successful' In the contest Reid last In Chicago. III. she Anderson Bunnell; David Plans for the American
year by the Educational ABCs of Industry Mrs. Frances Brooks moved to Korona In 1914 Groghan Bunnell; Marlene Legion Christmas party were
English Instructor at BUS, left presents checks to student contest from Minnesota. She was a King Bunnell; Frances Anderson. completed at a meeting' Mon.
winners. Helene Bryan center and Lila Allen. The school received resident oC Korona for 47years Bunnell; E'Prf'tteDur.- day night at the Bunnell Civic
a check also. and was organist at St. ranee, Bunnell; Rud>'e Sham- Center. The annual event
Mar>"s Catholic Church. blen Bunnell; Max Kelly wil Ixat 7 p. m. Monday.
Funeral mass will be Thursday Flagler Beach; Annie Nelson Doc 16 at the Bunnell Civic
Nov. 21, at 10:00 a. m. Flagler Beach; Byrdie Colclo- Center for Legion members' ,
at St. Marys Catholic Church. sure Flagler Beach; Mary their families and Invited
CHRISTMASTOO Korona. Interment will beat Osward. Flagler Beach; Mary guests.
/ St. Marys Cemetery. Jenkins, Flagler Beach; Floyd Members voted to sponsor a
Craig Funeral Home, Bun. Gossell. Flagler Beach; Elizabeth Turkey Shoot Sunday. Nov. 24
s nell!, is Incharge.MOTHER Tldwell. Flagler Beach; at 12:30 p. m. at the White
Orville Decker' Flagler Beach; Eagle Bar at Korona.
OF J. B. Florence Ramsey. St. Augustine Commander Otis Magee announced
MATHERLY'DIES ; Ruth Lockett. Ormond the membership application
Beach; Kenneth Priest, Or of Shelton Barber
Mrs. Ann Elizabeth' Mather-
mond Beach' ; Mattie McCartney. had been' acceptedLegionnaires' '
ly. 92 Buffalo Kentucky,
fJ. Daytona Beach' ; Charles Mr. and Mrs.' ,
mother of B. Matherly of
Burrell, Hastings; Opal Sack. Victor Buckles were elected
Bunneil passed Fridayattff'
away ett. Lake Helen: David delegates' to attend the MidWinter .
an Illness of several Wright Adena. Ohio; Conference at Orlando I

; EARLY ? weeks. Dismissed: Mae Keifer Dec 78.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Matherlyflew ,
to Kentucky to attend
the services' which were held
To select/ your Christmas Cards Monday November' 18th at !I
Buffalo Ky. HARTREFRIGERATION
1 from our 1968 Albttn\s\b\ \ i
MR. BASS DIES

/ Stop in and see our distinctive line of IN ORLANDO

beautiful and economical greeting cards. C. L. "Jack" Bass 57 of Or. t
t lando died Tuesday, Nov. 12 AND
Choose your favorite for personal or business In Orlando Memorial Hospital.He I
t greetings. ;; -g was the father of Patrol. ELECTRIC SERVICE

man Ross Bass of Bunnell._
For Holiday Gifts Suggest-- .
we A native of St. Cloud and
longtime resident of the FEDDERS REVERSE CYCLE
Informal Notes (Monogrammed or printed)
Galaesville area he W'I' AIR CONDITIONING
an\;
J Calling Cards .(Engraved)k t' flFenonalited dl 1 r fiJ1kwr and i*r+* supervisor'
Matched Stationery"'(gift boxed'THE ) for the State Boafcl of Regents. DUO-THERM HEATERS

,r Funeral services 'were
FLAGLER TRIBUNE I I Thursday. Nov. 14 at the Will, SALES INSTALLATION SERVICEOLD

lams Thomas Funeral Home HAW CREEK ROAD

t Phone 437-3282 Chapel. Gainesville. Burial PHONE 437.3 9S4THE
was In Hillcrest Memorial
.lof';! .l <<4 Park at Gainesville.





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37i4tLAGLBII TMftfJifC HHHftfc. NOVSMWR 31 see BAND PARtEN7SQHAIM8N TO PRESIDE AT PTA MEET TONIGHT


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WOMAN'SFl.fJer 8SlaOft (
.hall .I.. be
Muffler. AFPO+JTHH)
.. WInd

r 114000 a$ gin.mounter.shall ........ fit the

are Invll Jse lha1/ IS* I'ube'vd. rR.IIaU MM I*** A.n

tatlvesservices P ., nut 1005If wale appoints ad M .-.*cu

at t of Hie Loader dye committee .*.ttitc Thurs .

day Nov. ;25 at 7'30'p.. m at 1. aha .oportftedl hall Jay night M... Memchairmen Murray

the Placlcr Woman'c Club. reserves the right, ,.,...... presided.I. .
1534 S. Ontral Aw. FlaglerBeach 00 ii* of the *ownt/ )988.88 at.oinied
-, ta ret any or all
.... waive any lnforw- were' M... Myra Wada.
Everyone .to urged to the ...... hreoX worth uniforms: Mrs. LoisHiwtAbotham. t

advantage of this oti'.rHm>. .'I 4leatbie rrie .Nroa/hate FOB >>it.delivery ell. IN- ways and

ty. Btfrtsfr Hunts will be s rv- ..... means; Mrs. Etta Peterson.
ed. IMId al ......1. ...
Of -'fi.t. publicity; Mrs. Joyce Townsend
ti44fA
: r ""rM.nr
; : "
: chaperone; Mrs. Edna
CAGE AND WICXUNC (- ('hasty .
deoob :' Pleafrr County, Cewart deeoratiens: and Mrs.
Jack Hall refreshments.
(1HOFMIIE ,
ATTEND MOSQUITO
BY I'lerk
31. 3d. 1341. ..<<'. Various money' making
CONTROL MEET ___ projects were discussed' by the

LEGAL AtYEKT13RMENT group and they' agreed to ask

The State Association of the xlgtEuy: FOR alp' permission to operate the concession .

Mosquito Control District. In >....d b+*. will be rocolved stand In the during -' _..'
In the onV of ih* CHy Cork of gym Photon by Theo c. Heln
a meeting on Wednesday November
like CHy of Bunwrlf. Florida basketball season.

Jftth at the Daytona SS*.e. In th* Civic Center Buildlo It was announced the Bun Mrs. Laura McDaniel' standing center, president of Bunneil'
.. until 1 M T U on the sodday
Plaza Hotel, discussed sanitary of r ***iB>br. A. n Ml fr neil' Dry C anvouJd furnish PTA will preside at the meeting tonight In the cafeteria' at
landfill and garbage disposal iw feet of ..hwII and lie feet a truck and driver to Mrs. Barbara
., M-lnrh Rrit\r.-4 Concrete Bunneil High School Other officers shown are
After the discussions.
problems. Pie w/fVMiftned. 0-Kinc Rubber transport band uniforms to Cody, left treasurer and Mrs. Maxine Buckles, secretary. T. A.
M survey' was madeat the site of the landfill Just I1 hH conform toASTM Jones is vice president
Nov 23.
( -f..H.T Oa.* IIIPrlc .
off 1.95 north of Daytona *. to be FOB ItlllleId \, Flor The band will perform in Teaching' With TV Is the program theme for the evening.
Beach New usedIn -..
equipment The City Commlialon ....,... the Holly Hill Christmas Parade Supervising Principal Cliff McGriff will Introduce the program

this work was demonstrated the rich t* ret any and all Saturday, Dec1. 7. which will Include demonstrations of the use of TV In our
by the Caterpillar' Compa bids and to accept th* bed thatIn .
Ha judgment will IMo fr th* The committee agreed to request school system. Scenes' will be showing various classes from the
b. of the of Bunts each band student to
*t Interest City -
nyAccording kindergarten' through the high school classes.
to Mr. John Mulrennan. comply with the uniform
Director of En. WITNBOH my hand and official
..State seal IbIs ISth day of Novem dress regulations.The The PTA executive board met last week to take up the
tomology, the State Entomologist ber. A. (). ,,... next regular meeting
the alert' for /./ C B. Hlsenbacb. Mayor business of the organization and will make certain recommendations
are ever on
CHy of ............ DIorMa Mill be Thursday, Dec 5 at S at the meeting tonight.
new viruses and diseases .
M&AL.ATTllBT
p. m. In the BITS band room.
spread by mosquitoes. There' :
/./ Barbara C. Kmythe McCabe
is only one proven case of encephalitis City ('I rk.

at the present time.in _NOT It M. Me.

the aouth-western' part of LEGAL &OVICRTUIK.EJlfT

the state. n_Tin f0I'.TT .II INIa

)Ir. Lyman L. Gage, representing rni nr 1.. *,ii rOM VLSI- -
the East Flaglrr Mos '..:R fOI a TI. FM.HIII1..Ml. ITP1n1

quito Control District attended >.In. : + :r L_ -: U

the meeting on Wednesday IN HK Btat ofQKOIiOK
KLBKHT I>u-<)XT
on the subject of garbage' ....df1)TI'l. NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE BUNNELL FLORIDA
disposal and sanitary landfill : TO f'RIU'Tttn"All ,
creditor of the estate of
and gave a report on our GHDrMIK KUtKHT iHilllVT. deceased -

building work of office andnf'W arc hereby notified and
shop building at the' required. to Ale any claim or dmand .-
.
which they may havea
State General meeting on ......t cold estate In the omc/
Thursday.Mr. of the County Judco of Fierier. 1Two
County. Florida Itt th* t\M rt-
George Wickline represented house at Bunneil. Florida wHhIfi RacksPants
the Board of County sir calendar month from th*
dale of the nr.t |>.uMtcotl of
Commissioners at the semi. this fiwtlc. Hach claim or demand %
nar on Garbage Disposal on must b* In writing andmoot
tate the He or ,,,*..
Wednesday. dvnce and puetoM address of
.
-- the claimant and must b* sworn ;
LKUAL. AlltKHTMKMKXTl to by the .claimant hi. %*e-.. off
or hi* attorney or It wtfl be
\ ntl \Tt Jl IM.rr ('DI 1T ..._* void accmlln to raw.
I...u.I.KIIT1., .- .n.u. November 14, IM.
"4 /./ Hllmabeth W upent
HI* \.. MMKMTATR Nov II. !1. II and t>*r 3. It*.
OF .U."''.: H JOHN-

M\I.MTt)S. .trrr'.t.nT d- .** :\nTU.t LEGAL ADVF.RT."t.E T Jr., Misses & Xtra Sizes

All prraon are hereby i .Und IV. Tilt f IH/'I IT IOIIIT UK
that the .......,..*i ed a Bie T''': rib. Jl IH III. I'IKI"I IT
cur of Mid ,,'.'.. ho. C'C m4etd. OF FMittllll I* .%*ll FOR
the admlnitratl.n throf and t...' '...:( I o. *TTI.
ha. llld In raid court h.. Ant \( Ian IH*. KCATHKKINK
'nd final report and petition K. AI AM#.
for dtofearK. lM.>ert to_ thereif ItalntirrVIOIJfT
.. if any. should he duly "..... *..
After flllnc proof or publicationhowln JHHCKBK. Individuatty. -
. ihr. notice hai. been and a* beneficiary tin* mules boots
published ....... a ..-..k for four der the term and provUlon Fold-ups, pant, ,
unecutlve week. the matter of of thai certain terUrlk .f
ipproval of MM report and th. Trust dated February 1'- IMP(
..rdertn. or dt.trlbutkun of aaldevtate fried May M. I M. Ileedhook
will rum before th* i.. at face tit. fubtteHeorda

.'uurt Ituoatd It Moor Florida. in.1s.I.II: : OoUBtir.i

A. H.ecu lor of .akl relate .HOI/IMON HIM1BUliefendant Shoes ReducedAssorted
PINK U>'.'''" ..
I' U lien .}*Cliayton \OTU'.: OF .l IT TO r'MKK
Heart Florida < M.'.: Attorn*** for Hvlate Tt>: HTII/IMOS XIHOrTUAddre
NOT tl-it. lire t. II. lie ** "'..kw...
_ You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIHl -
LEGAL ADvEHTHEMKXT that a Complaint to frec -
.. has been Bled
a mortgage
In:')l KIT K )M BIIX ...I..IIIt you. In the above-tried sizes & colors
Haled btd will b. received Court for th. purpose of for*.
.in Ih* onV of th. City Clerk of closing' a mortgage. upon the following -
th* City of Bunnell. Florida. In described real property
Ih. "1vlc Center Bulldln on orbefore. lying. and being In Klacler County.
4.M I' U on the and day Florida '0-.'"'
of tecmber. A. It. IKS for approilmaiely lx>ta. IS thru 1* Inclusive In
TII Barrel of Type lAoek t. Lot I thru H In-
I Cement In .'...k..*. meeting elusive In Block X tots 4
A ft T. M. perinratton ".1"- thru 17 Inclusive In mock S.
SAVE SAVE SAVE !
of UunneH.iTIce lots 1* thru S4 Inclusive in
to be F O. tt Ikinnell.Indicating Block /. iota I thru IS In-
pproilmate delivery elusive and lx>t. II thru 29Inrluilve
date. In Illork t. Lot 4
Bath bid hall be addressed thru 17 Inclusive In Block t.
to th* City Comn ........ I'. O tote 1 thru 14 l Inclusive In '
Boa TiC Uunnell. Florida. marked Block .. Lots 4 thru IT In.r'.I BARGAIN TABLE
'Btd on Typo 1 Cement". The ,. In Block I*: U>U I
<*lty Commlutoner reserve the thru IS Inclusive and Lots
right to reject any and all bid It thru !. inclusive In Block
and to accept th* bid that In It. II. according to the plat of
Judgment will. be for th. bet interact Atlanta Beach beln*; a ub-
of the City of Banned division of Oovernment lots
WITNBMM my hand and offl- S and I of Hectlon U. Town Girdles Panties
rUI a..! .(hi. Itth day of No hip IS Kouth. Itang- SSEat. Slips
vember. A. |'. It,.. approved br th* Board
Cal C H Clenbarh. Mayor ,t>f Count r Commissioners of
City of Ilunnell. Florida Flakier county In .....Ion
mi l,Ianua/lF|. !'." and of re- (Hose Chemise 'Bras
PEAL. role hi r it Book S at Page .
ATTKT: Sand S4A In the orfle of
/./ Barbara ('. Km y the McCabe th* Clerk of the Circuit.
City Clerk Court *f Flakier County.
NOT. 21. 2$. Itc?
Jl1jic RBcJCIHEfi to .n. .
LEGAL t'ERTUE..JlT a copy of your Answer or other

n.:... r:"T FOH HID. the pleading Italnllff to the attorney Complaint 1103bfAN't"tilIA'11T upon- Sale Nov. 14th thru 23rd New Store Hours: 9:00a.m.5:30p.m.
th
Nolle I* hereby five* that ( A POTLE.4'It .
Board of County Comml..kneraof Jt linoneri 1 "lMlnr' )
Flatter County. Florida will Fk rMa SU J and m. the
>
Oil l1.mS *Z4ti1iS* 1Sff1* 1SSZ reclv until
sealed bid Inal thereof In tbabov office jff - -
.\. M.. Monday. Iiecember 1. 1318. s4fled.{, >urtth on or (
in the ortlro of the lorI of the Httf *f 6f r>* *. Ml.'

Circuit Court Courthou In the. iJ"FlakiertVHinty &\I. '- ;.col If VU t>* fllt eirIred do against.oo. a .you.Default fore!' : & a small deposit } ':

Florida On new, for IptbUi the following TIre;, wit the relief, demanded la |ho T Com-. ..I I

Rod L-NMl.U N ..iA.rwtdjt)ur ? nATEt! > at BunnVll. >l. leij _
wheel lf r, Jews Hhirt TYan*. Counir. Florida, thi (Ih day oft
mlMlon and ,T.,.u*. Converter November. II uct. will hold Christmas LayawayS
your 4j'o i;
hydraulic Ho*.1rd Meerlfic and (11)0)4(111 )I. lOOOT' La :
Brakes. tT.isIt. II I'K Tire SI Clerk .f the nrcult. Court.
Volt Direct Klertrl MartinaAatomatlr ncler County Florida.
Uft Kirk-Out and (Peal)
Bucket 1'_ ,. Bucket .:t"t'H": &f't'!
IUon. The By Kathryn I.. Emery - t t"t'lt't'!
hall be of at lent ..-__ Cubic Iieputr Clerk
Yard Capacity of th* Multi-Pur' NOT 14. Jt, .1 and Bee 1. Itc



g- FLACLER TRIBUNE THOM. NOVEMMH 31. 1961 J J J George E. Allen. Jr was s- H. A. Buckles, who had I been

------ -- Would YouBelieve I wted commodxe of the newly sonny jailer for 8 ytwi*, resigned -
FLAGLER OCTOBER FOR SALE-My home at Utl0 orgaata hooting a... W. and J. C. ....j... WM
Daytona Ave.. Flagler Eta eh. K. RIMPfMtt was VM94OTMM0ctore the poaittoii ac ,..,.
SALES DOWN Howard J. W....... 7W. .
; and Itotph Harbert. .** <<< .>
8rrles Tax Collections MPMgMt 49 2347. Nov. 71. 30. JIc .
... .
retary*1 9. ., 48 TEAM AGO .
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County dropped fvswt$8i,11 ft Happened In P1cI9Mr t...
FOR SALZ-Z .houses H Merit
in Sefrtemtor. to W5.48T ., lluna.11 high SiMM hays
from j a Aa*. 3 .hloehs. n* County 26. M. 40 Tsars oqo The Planter StdasloM
In October according to repott nwwn w wwi OMHtty .......*a.ll team .boat Seville
of osilwrtlons ROM State tag ,..,. 19 ft. carmr 1stPhane 1ID I ........ a rostutieo ..11 en the local eawt hi one

Qotmphailors. Office in TallaStatewkte. 49-2317 Nev. 14 TPC coiling >.sa a ached .hoe sis etissl af the most brilliant and .....

.......e. TO WHOM IT lAY 'TEAM AGO .. drterswtne wtwtMr soul or tacwlar opening games In the
arks| were' only not Flakier County history of the Instfttttton. aceardtng -
CONCERN
: The float entered the
by haw A IYMMIhHR. local .
stfthtly lower' In October wilts to itoaeator*
I will nat be responsible for Flatter Beach PTA won ftt tprice (-0-) BunnHl lineup was Cad '.
counties stowing aftiwenaaa )
many .. any debts other than those In the Veterans Day parade 30 'TEARS AGO Leviaee. Atnbroee. Stanislt
contracted by me In writing. sponsored by the American .
October 1W8 sales' tax teal BitS opened its Ant feet- and Carter.
Post 115.
l.rtl.M in Flatter. Cowtty VIM) O. BeweH. Legion Second ball season in the Azalea. Bawl <-e>>
place was awarded to theId
about 10 percent' higher --- with J. S. Haley Demeerafk
were at Pafetka a 2S-6 toss
wood Club and third
IMMEDIATELYimmediate
NERD: pJ.awas
than October 1907.' This takes when they played the PalatkaMaroons. Primary nominee far county
opportunity forman won by Future Homemakers -
into consideration that the The lone touchdown judge* asked I. a recount OK .
tax was Increased from 3 percent or woman. Full or part of Am< time, serving consumers with > .
to 4 percent during the seared by John F. Clem six precincts In the county after I
Rawteigh Products. Can earn Jim Cook. Billy Deen and losing the race by 9 votesto
year.-- $125 per week or more. Write Charles Northrlp were chosen ents. George R. Benson. f I
Rawleigh FLI:-360.769 Memphis from theUnlvt'fllty Band at <-o-> 404

CLASSIFIED 5 Tenn 38102. 11.21.28.2tp Gainesville play for the The Town of Btmnell, who BHS Junior Class elected L.
Alumni Breakfast at the had its office In the court' t
S. Ilia
AHen.vice
Cody president; ,
HELP WANTED ALESMEN Roosevelt Hotel in Jackson house. had moved its equipment .
ADVERTISINGSEPTIC president; and Pearl Forsythe.
$17.000 PLUS REGULAR CASH ville. and furniture into an
BONUS for 40 In secretary-treasurer.
man over (-0- t office space In the civic center .
Bunnel) area Take short tripsto C 0.1
Sammy Bertha Johnny building. Mrs. Lucille
contact: customers. Air mail Chandler, Jim Kendall and Whitaker was appointed town TheSophomorf' Class elected
R A. Dkkerson. President Paul Mercer were selected by clerk succeeding II. T. Cook Kenneth Hunter, president;
TAXZ cleaning: drain Southwestern Petroleum Corporation the Bunnell Chapter of Future who had been town clerk for Oveda Holland vice president
fields Installed; Rota-Roter Fort Worth Texas Farmers to serve as judging several years. ;; Kelly McClure secreta
snail shell Reasonable prices. 76101. Nov. 21, Itc tram for hogs and beef at the <-o-t ry-treasurer; and Emma Mercer .
Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 .
8-1-tl Real Estate License??? Putnam County Fair. Duane Deen, Junior at Sou. reporter.Some
A rewarding career opportunity "-0- > thern College at Lakeland attended .

TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY- Is available in this area 20 'TEARS AGO the Baptist Student 200( species of Insects

Let us help beautify Flagler for a man woman or team Vacation Assn. of Florida Conference at Memphis, feed on corn, 400 on apples,
County. Large variety of evergreens with the World's Largest Real had bought Atlanta Beach Tenn. and more than 150 on pine. t
palms hedge plants. Estate Company. Nationwide Subdivision south of Flagler (.o-> Many Insects even like poison .

5H'! miles S of Bunnell on adveritsing brings buyers Beach and planned a big development The Korona Community Ivy.
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc19G8 from everywhere. We will The property was dedicated the Shrine of Saint
train you and work closely formerly owned by D. F. Fu. Christopher Sunday Nov. 6.
SINGER Guaranteed.Built with you to assure your suc quay. The Shrine had been started
in Zig-zag. Buttonholer "'.. Write In confidence for (-0- in 1936 and had been completed
Fancy Stitch etc .$-6.00 cashor Information without obliga A Urge crowd of about under the direction of R gE se

9 payments of $6.00 per tion. 1.500 attended the formal opening Father Hoffman, the priest In
month. For more informationcall A. Simpson celebration of State charge of Korona Parish.
collect to Deland. 9:00: to STROUT REALTY, Inc. Road 11 between Bunnell and (.()oJ
5:00: p. m. call 7310018. 1222 E. Colonial Dr. Flagler Beach. D. D. Moody The Bunnell Bulldogs defeated .
Nov. 14 TFC Orlando. Ha 32803 was general chairman of the Hastings 19.18 In a real
Nov. 21. 28 2tc. celebration. thriller.
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of faith from Psalm 42 Is included in school eafeta s4s.Ffagler mealcalMX .... on actual experre ..... PerMs
Weekly Sermon in the Bible Lesson- (-e.) tatter MormaUonfairs. ea .(
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Sermon titJed"Soul and ...," Casty l ecmattan coats a and ywr et/c vt..a.* *f.
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travel to and atone
Bunntil First United Science dMHcfcea. this Sunday.Srvisse 8 p. IlL 9n t*!>e 9MiffTiWli0|!. VA ............ The rate was osatact. your .... R.A..w
and Sunday Sdte (a.) c..ty JfttItet Olib .
Methodist Church In this arcs ae heM at 11a. -- -
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Ftafier County Ad- -; J I lJl 1.1. "III
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THE REALITY OF CHRIST riMry matte. meets at .1
Christ Scif ntist, OrrnondBc
p. m. ifi Hie courthouse. Mil,
The most Important question ch! MO North Halifax 1..nseen. dalrtnaft will pre.side. Flagler County Insurance
of mankind Is what t. Drive, and First Church of .
the retatiensMf of Jesus of Christ, Sekofttht DayfeaaBeaeb (-0Planter -)
Naaartth to God and what 137 Live Oak Ave. Agency Inc.
Beech City Cbmmte-
does this have to do with ClMIotIff'ftIf) to age 20 are ,
the lmivfctwL Many have leYlo ely welcomed to the Men meeting at' 7:30 p. m.lo .
called Jesus a peat teacher. Sunday School. Everyone is << -> All Forms of Insurance
Some have called him a philosopher weketne' to attend these Flatter County Nursing
and others have called services. Council meets at 9:30 a. m. at 305 East Moody Blvd. .1. Phone 437-3171

him a false prophet THANKSGIVING SERVICE the Bunnell Methodist Church' Bunnell, Florida 32010
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Christianity is based upon The traditional Thanksgiving
a faith presupposition that Day service In all ChristIan Boy Scout Troop 472 regular
Christ Is a unique person whoIs Science churches on meeting' al Stout House on
both human and divine. Thursday November 28 will East Moody Blvd., BunneM.o .
Millions of people have lived include a period for testimonies <- -)
and died with this as a basis of gratitude to God from Sunday Nov. 24: American'
for the moral principle In Individuals in the congregation. Legion Turkey Shoot at 12:30p.
their lives. However this is m. at the White Eagle Bar
a spiritual and not a scientific at Korena.
experience. There are <(<.00Monday

many life without intangible which experiencesof an indi PASTOR ATTENDS Nov. 25: Finale

vidual's life would be dull WORKSHOP Beach Lion Club regular din.
and flat Religion' offers a nor meeting at 7:30 p. m. at
needed fullness to life. ThereIs The Rev. Oliver Taylor, pastor Rodgers Restaurant & Hwy.
a place In a sophisticated of the Bunnell First United AlA Flagler Beach.
person's life for a deep relig Methodist Church is attending l-o-)
ious experience.To a workshop on "The New The public Is Invited to attend
know God Is to know Ills Structures of the United Methodist the "Know Your Community .
Son. too Church" at LeesburgNov. Service
yet many evade Program"
Christ. A cold and 20.21.ATTEND Woman's
unresponsive 7:30 p. m. at Flagler
heart rejects Christ. Nevertheless Club, Flagler Beach.Thanksgiving .
lie Is real. Therefore OPERA <-o-> LIFE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY-BONDS

gird up your minds, be PERFORMANCEAmong dinner will
sober, set your hope fully upon be served to members of the
the grace that is comingto those from FlaglerCounty Royal Neighbors when they
you at the revelation of attending the performance meet tonight at 6 p. m. at the
Jesus Christ. I Peter 1:13. of the opera "Carmen"at home of Mrs. Herbert Allen
the Peabody Auditorium In 902 N. Railroad A\?. Mrs. Otis
I CHRISTIAN SCIENCELESSONSERMON Daytona Beach Saturday evening Magee will preside during the
were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred business session following
Tucker and Mrs. Dorothy dinner.
Pickering, Mrs. Jimmy liar. (-0Tuf'8day. -)
"Why art thou cast down. gilt and Mrs. Glenn Miller,
Nov. 26 Bunnell
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O my soul and why art theu Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lens-
Lions Club luncheon-meeting
disquieted" within me? hope sen, Mr. and Mrs. RemleyMurray
12:15 at the Bunnell
I thou in God: for I shall yet Mr. and Mrs. R. L at p. m.
Civic Center.
praise him, who Is the health Mc.N'ab MM. W. L \\'.a 4.
(-oOBastern
of my countenance, and my worth and daughter Prurvle
Star 93
CodyThis and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Shep- Chapter
I canident expression hard. meets at 8 p. m. In the Masonic .
I nell. Temple" S. Bay St., Bun

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l & SUPPLY CO., INC.9fx9" Flagler Beach.(-oWednesday. -> Everything's within walking distance.load .

Nov. 27: Flag
; VINYL ler CPA meeting" 7:30 p. m. at

FLOOR TILE Bunnell Airport.BIRTHDAY.

Regular $5.98 Box-Now $3.98 DATA up a Volkswagen Station Wagon

Happy birthday this week to: with goodies from the butcher, the baker

MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH Today: Judy S. New"berry, and the light bulb maker. '
Terry Stryker. Gerry Jean
PHONE 439-2303 Barker. And it won't take a lot of huffing and puff

SaturdayLJlllan: Hutcheson. ing and climbing over seats to get to them.It .

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS Sunday L, Sears: Stella Marie Weaver Mlnton Cecil will merely take a few footsteps?

Charlotte Dodimead. Unlike other wagons, ours has an aisle
107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 .
Monday: Bessie Sears, Gregory
Crews.Tuesday. from the front seat to the back seat.
BUNNELL, FLORIDA
: Roger Dykstra, So once inside, you don't have to go out.

FREE ESTIMATESBAR Elmer Lewis Slaugh. side to get from one end to the other.
FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS Wednesday: Pat Duncan,
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS Charles Williams. Think of the possibilities.On .

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS 'trips with the kids, you can break up

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving HASTINGS MATTRESS 'gang wars in a matter of a few steps.

BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST BARS & UPHOLSTRY 710-12 Lemon WORKS St ;And for once, you won't have to leave

Laminated Plastic Upholstery' Fronts Palatka Florida liha; car to stretch your legs.

FINE HARDWOODS Phone EA 5-9166 .A V.olkswagen Station Wagon with anfaisfo'will
Most orders filled within IS working dais Now Serving rtunitura. Upholtsrin
all areas In 75 mile rod. BannalL, Repaired & Bcfialshad seat you and six of your friends

CALL COLLECT Day 437.1513 Night 437-332S' Mattresses A Box Springs :.nicely.
Made to Ordtr.Also Renovated .
EVENING PLANNING ABU.JfCED- 'Without aisle
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 an it seats 9.
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y Cb'. St AwfMrtne, while fish The two teams played defensive y..*
tne from the Crescent Beach ball with the score. :
11 1 a bridge, brought in 11 trout tied 0-0 until the last few Av
avg 2.3 fes. Jack ajU at the minute ft the game.
beach the la.*< iXHet are Larry JOason ran the fell.]I .
B rk ues nearly the Hastings goal| '1 I
LINE. JB as well. as 1 line andJsfcn Me Daniel dave ii

By Al imb,* catches of the ball 3?... for the touch- .
dawn Jew Cook made the extra *
Week Ending Nov. 1S. 1964 point .'
UrBlag's Resort' Flagler Beach Pier Larry Jqhjson then intercepted .

Fishing Clint Mosler. from the pier a Hastings. pass and
I r Coming from Jax each weekend said bass Spanish" mackerel ran 62 yams for the second
r Lowe, and Ed did the
Is Ed and whiting are running good touchdown jjurWeh capped
quite well, bringing In 18 bass with catches of eaeh. game wtthflt 13 point victory 6
large Harold Ramsey, St Johns Park Is shown with the pointerhe
flounder Norm Bacon Bunnefl?
and 2 for
One fisherman landed a 3H killed I Sunday while hunting at the J B. Pellicer Camp at
Carville from Johnson and John Me-
and Dan Daytona lb. Pompano. With the fish Larry St. Johns Park.
had a good day landing Daniel we." noted for their
biting and the deer being
20 bass and 1 Rounder, the Cecil Westbrook Is offensive playing while Bill Chip Johnston hunting at the same camp bagged two deer.
j flounder weighing in at 5 IDS. havtag plentiful quite, a time deciding Harris, Tommy Jefferson Chip killed a spike Saturday and an 8 point buck Monday.
R. A. Green and W. II. Cause, James Robertson, Gary Buckles -
where to bfo, so he is alternat
St. Augustine, had 18 drum ing between hunting and fish and Bruce Kendall ranked WOMENS GOLF OPCC STEAK
and sheepshead to their credit ing. high on the defense. DINNER TONIGHT 1
Bunnell will play West Nassau ASSN. RESULTSDot There will be a steak dinnerat

Motoouos Inl.t High school (Callahan) Elliott won the "turkey Ocean Palm Country dub
Surf Fishing CRAIG COATES here Friday night at 8 p. m. shoot" at Ocean Palm Country tonight at 6:30 for members I
for the last game of the sea of the summer twilight
All kinds of activity at the BAGS FIRST DEER Club Tuesday.
I Inlet Many of the fishermenare son. Margie Kinney was class league.
out with their cast nets Craig Coates 14, son of "A" winner and Elsie Busch
getting a good supply of bait Trooper and Mrs. Jim Coates>> BENEFIT FOOTBALL was winner of the class "B* FORESTRY ASSN.
while the finger mullet are bagged his first deer early play. Low putts went to Alma HONORS L. E.
running. Fishing from any of Sunday morning near his CAME SCHEDULED Fyfe.
the bridges or along the surf home on Old Kings Road. WADSWORTHLewis
TUESDAY RIGHT Golf pro Ron Nicol was instructor
should produce good results The nimrod was .
young
at a free clinic offered
If you have had a hard time hunting with his father, A benefit/!'owderpuff Football at OPCC. The clinic is E. Wadsworth outgo-
of the Florida
trying to get hold of T. J. tag president
Ray Smith and Leonard Bun Game'will be played scheduled to run two weeks.
: Miller in the evening for some dy when he killed the three Tuesday. Nov. 26 at 7:30 p. in.at Fifteen attended Forestry Association was honored
plumbing Job he be located at the annual convention
can -
point buck. Stadium. Proceeds
Bulldog
Plans were made for the of the association-Friday
the beach Fox'sCut
on near from the event will be used to
annual election of officers. at the Sheraton-Jacksonville
To the porpoise& trainers at purchase a basketball scoreboard The new officers will be elected HoteL Wadsworth. who operates *
DvU's Elbow Fish CampMr. Marineland of Florida each for BUS gymnasium. at a luncheon' -meeting Bunnell Timber Company :
Eatman owner of the porpoise has its own "person The two girls teams participating Dec. 3 at 11 a. m. at the Ball and Wadsworth Lumber
camp tells us that just about ality"; Individual characteristics wilt b* coached by the Restaurant at Ormond Beach. Company In Bunnell. was
everything is biting. and abilities. The mammals 'Varsity. football playejs. commended for his outstand
Clarence Hite)). Jax had his that are highly adapt. ing contributions to forestry.
family out fishing and when able to training readily be. Rainbow Springs popular Ion program which will makeit He received a plaque anda
they arrived back at camp come performing stars in the tourist attraction near Dun. one of the outstanding attractions motion picture projector
they had 18 trout. 7 bass and school of "Educated Por nellon is In the midst of In the entire coun screen and slides of pictures
22 croakers. BUI Eaton came poises." multi-million dollar xpansto try.


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the guy who'd buy a sports car if Under the hood it'. more of the ss. Camaro Z/28 and Nova S3.Vaaarmrooooooooommm public relations director,. jot
only it had more room. It's the same. Ws tucked in a 427-cubio' Wlnn Dixie Stores Inc of
Impala SS 427. inch 390-horsepower Turbo-Jet Y8. Listen for it at your Chevy Jacksonville.
Like all Impalas It comes with a That means it's the kind of car dealer's Sports Shop Among those appearing at
119-inch wheelbase Astro Ventilation you can take for a workout even if the banquet to pay tribute to
and full door-glasa styling. you're just going to work. Wadsworth were U. S. Senator
Like all Chevy Sportsters, it comas There's driving excitement In Spessard Holland of Bartow
with a beefed-up suspension aDiheM other packages too: Corvette Putting you lirst.keepj us first. and State Senator Richard
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Stone of Miami.Wadsworth .
See the Super Sports at your Cfeerrolet dealer Sport Department BOW. is a past president .

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I would like to call-!o the

attention of our citizens that
.people are using the Espanola
: Cemetery for hunting squirrels
and birds. Not only is It
utter disregard for the sanctity
of our departed loved ones
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1..z f amt4nd marble stones.
!itaTh**, |;aiedurrQUttding thee
*j unaej potted. Perhaps

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people'will'be more thought
ful In the future;

'69 Impala S3 427 Custom Coupe. Thank you.Margaret .
Jane Deen.




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