The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 26, 1968
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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).

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Palm Coast news
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M Ni). 40 THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 196t _________ J3JO A YEA J i


Passed Away Passes Curfew Pioneer Resident : J

Saturday A. M. For MinorsAn Died Sunday

Mr*. Helen O. CrNI, 68. ordinance setting midnight 4S H nry Grady Lee. 89. Bun- .
1106 E Lambert St. passed as the curfew hour for u nell died Sunday afternoon

away Saturday morning at all minors under the age of 1 at Bunneil General HespHalafter 1

Bunnell General Hospital. She eighteen years was passed at a lengthy illness.
had been hospitalized for the the Flagler Beach City Com Born In Darten. Ga. he moved 1
past 3 week mission meeting last Thursday to the Flagler County area

She was born in Chicago, night October 3 was the 57 years ago from Tallahassee
111., and moved to Bunneil six date set for a public hearing Florida. He was a retired
years ago from there. She wasa on the curfew: ordinance.In construction worker and a
member of Flagler Senior other business Thursday veteran of WW1 He was a
Citizen Club and the Bunneil night the commission: member of VFW Post 513; !
First Baptist Church. Heard no objections on the American Legion Post 115:

Funeral services were Men. water main extension In r and DAV Chapter tie 86.
day afternoon at 2:00 at the Ocean Palm Subdivision at a He Is survived by a daughter
Bunneil First Baptist Church. public hearing. The comml Mrs. Frances Bowers: "
The Rev. Charles Anders pas. ion tabled three bids openedfor three sisters Mrs. Frances
tor officiated. Burial was In material to be used in the Harris and Mrs. Nellie Carter
Buffalo Cemetery, Buffalo Ky. water extension until roadsIn Robert real left, and Gary Buckles, right Boys State Delegates both of Tallahassee Mrs.

Active pallbearers were the area are completed. < of American Legion Post 115 were guest speakers at the Ethel Hamilton Clearwater:

Howard Allen. L A. Church Appointed Janet Cummins Legion meeting last week Special recognition was given to Cit and one grandson.

Frank Clegg. Jade Hosford. J. 1 year term; Floyd Collins, 2 !unship Award winners" Ula Allen and Kenny Taylor center< Graveside services were
B. Matherty and Tlllman Rob. year term; Tommy Durrance. held at 10:00 a. m. Tuesdayat
I nson. 3 year term; James Chert. 4 BUNNELL LIONS BEACH LIONS Espanola Cemetery with
Honorary pallbearers were year term; and Louetta Hall, Rev. T. Shelton Brooks officiat
5 year term as members of PLAN LIGHT BULB SALE HEAR TUCKER
O. F. Alford. Fred Fruits, L L ing.Pallbearers
Harris, C. O. Mage and H. II.I the Flagler Beach Planning The Bunneil Lions Club were T. A.
Board. Zoning Board members James H. Tucker Attorneyand Jones C. P. Cordon Don
> Murray.Survivors Include her husband appointed were Charles Rock held a business meeting at Flagler Beach City Judge, Moore, Levi Brannam. Jimmy
the luncheon Tuesday. It
Walter sister Mrs. ett, 1 year; E. P. Fleurie; 2 was told the Flagler Beach Lions Dupont and Danny Johnston.
; a decided
that the Lions should
years; Willie S. Harrison, 2 Club Monday night "We have Craig Funeral Home Bun-
Alvin Leander and
I three nephews.Craig years; Jimmy Field and R. It a money raising project departed from the original Intent nell was In charge of at.rangements. .
was decided that they
3 years. of the framers of theConstitution" .
Funeral home Bun would sell bulbs
light this
Passed ordinance to while he discussed
an rezone -
neil, was In charge of local year. Twenty cases were or.
section of Fuquay Sub. the ways the United
I arrangements. dered. States Constitution Is being
division from residential to BOARD TO APPEAL
commercial and set Oct. 3 fora President Don Jordan called rewritten by federal court decision.
//1 REGISTRATION public hearing. for committee: reports which Tucker added "We have COURT DECISIONBy

FOR VOTERS Agreed to call for bids for Included AW..' Tucker on entered Into a realm of en-
conservation a vote of 3.2 the Boardof
sight M. B. Fuller .
accident Insurance for the croachment upon our personal
CLOSES OCT. County Commissioners voted
city's policemen. on public relations Howard liberties In which there
to the decision of
Flagler County voter registration Approved amending the Letch on community activities has been no constitutional au
I closes October 5.I and Fred Fruits on constitution based Circuit Judge Smith of Lake
1968.68 city budget The following thority on interpretations City denying the motion of the
Supervisor of Elections Mary ,transfer of funds was revision on law, or on a grant defense to dismissthe
" Smith announced 57 persons to pay the Water Bonds and Lions M. B. Flier and Levi from the states", ? case attorney against the FlaglerCanvassing
tti I registered to vote since the to prepare for the end of the Brannam reported on their at. Past District Governor MelPrather. Board.

I books reopened June 3. 1968. fiscal year audit: 3798.18' tendance of a zone meeting New Smyrna Beach Shelton Barber .Is seekingto

In Florida you are eligible from General to Water fund; held In Deland last week. visited the Beach Lions Club reverse the decision of the
!' to vote when you are 21 years $8,161.30 from Water to Interest They said that membershipwas and presented a plaque for Canvassing Board In which
old. a U. S. citizen and have and Sinking fund; $1.03 one of the Items stressedfor In
being a point
runner-up George hi!. Moody was declared
lived In the state for one year, from Water to 1951 Series attention during the year. contest last year. primary election winnerby

and the county for six months. Sinking Fund; $575.36 from two votes. Barber's plea
The deadline for registeringfor Water to Interest and Sinking INTRODUCING
RELATIVE DIES was based upon alleged Irregularities
the Nov. 5th general election Fund; $3313.78 from Revolv- _
absentee bal
Is October 5. The Super. to Water Fund; $2. 7500 from ay>. IN GEORGIA loting.
visors office will remain open Fine and Forfeiture to General
Monday.FrIday, 8:30.4:30: p. Fund. Mrs. John Peede died unexpectedly All judges In the seventh
m. Approved 9997.50 for 1951 Sunday afternoon at judicial circuit declined to

Water Bond payment and$11,- her home In Hawklnsville, Ca. try the case. It was then assigned .
WILLIAMS TO 895.00 for the 1963 Water Bond Mrs. Peede was the sister In to Judge Smith In Lan-

SPEAK AT BEACH payment. law of Mrs. Remly Murray of City.
Agreed to offer for sale city J.i J. Bunneil. Leland B. Shaw Is representing .
Jim Williams, Democratic owned property in the Hill- i Mr and Mrs. Murray attended the Canvassing Board for
nominee for State Senator, In the He Is assisted
crest subdivision. the funeral services county. by
will be the speaker at the Joe Krol authorized the
Took action Hawklnsville Monday.
no on a request
meeting of the Flagler Beach
Board of Commission
from the Senior Citizens to install County
Taxpayers Association Mon acoustical tile in the municipal FLAGLER BEACH; ers. Barber Is represented by
day night at 7:30 according toan
Recreation Hall. The Henry Duffett of Daytona
announcement by President PTA PLANS CARNIVALThe Beach.
Senior Club offered $100.00 to
Angus Reynolds.
Williams will speak on the help defray expense. Flagler Beach Elementary

need for public citizens to be a School Halloween carnival G. W. HALL
of what Is was scheduled Saturday
Increasingly aware
happening In all levels of DR. KELLEY DIESUNEXPECTEDLY October 26 when the Parent DIES IN

their and Teachers Assn. met Monday
government to actively
night. The annual event will PALATKAGeorge
participate in governmental Dr. William II. THOMAS K. OOAOZIN
Kelley 66.
be at the school.
and community af W. Hall, 68 co-own
fairs. died unexpectedly at his homeat Thomas Odadzin Is Band PTA President Mrs. Robert er of Hall-Tumlin ChevroletIn

The public Is invited. Re. Winter Garden, Florida. Dr. Director at Bunneil High Danner announced a clothing Bunn II, died Monday at
freshments will be served. Kelley Is the son In law of Mr. School. Prior to moving to drive would be conducted October his home at Lake Swan, Pa-
and Mrs. Frank Brede of Flag Bunneil he was band director 21 for the "Save The latka.

SMALL CLAIMS COURT ler Beach. He was a frequent at Sebring High School at Children Federation". Mr. Hall, who was widely
The following judgments visitor at Flagler Beach. Canton Ohio for two years. A budget for the 1968.69 known In business circles

for the plaintiff were Issued Graveside services were He served as assistant band school term was approved. throughout the area was the
last Thursday In Small Claims Monday afternoon at 4 p. m. director at Glenwood High Following the business owner of Hall Broadcasting
at Edgewater Cemetery. School at Canton for 2 years.A meeting parents visited the
Court by Judge Cora Buckles:
Bunnell General Hospitalvs. lie Is survived by three native of Lakeland Flor classrooms where. school activities Co.Survivors Include his wife,

Harry Bullock Bunneil children a son. William H. ida he attended school there, were outlined by the Eva G. of Palatka.
General Hospital ; vs. Otis ,r Jr, Logan. Utah; two daughters and received an AB degree teachers. Funeral services were Wednesday .

Stanley and Bunneil General Mar' Elizabeth Kelley, from Florida Southern College.He Entertainment was provided morning at 10:00: at
I Edward Buckner. Boston. Mass.; and Mrs. Ann Is presently completing by the Bunneil High School Palatka.
Hospital vs.
Rowe. Gainesville, Florida and work for a Masters Degree at majorettes.The .
Buckles heard 14
Judge five grandchildren. the University of Akron Ak room count was won by
cases. 7 cases were continuedand run Ohio. Mrs. Joy Stefllk's first grade. BUNNELL PTA
3 dismissed.
cases were He Is married and he and

TIDE TABLE MOVES Maszk Apartments in Bun Bunneil Parent Teacher
Tides for Sept 28 Oct 2 neil. TO ELECT OFFICERS Association meets tonight at

HIGH LOW Bill KInsey, owner of Trop. OCTOBER 1 7:30 p. m. at the School: Cafe
leal Fabrics In Flagler Beach RECEIVES Flagler Senior Citizens Cub teria.
Day A3L P.M. JLM. P3L announced last week that he M. S. DECREE will elect officers at their The meeting will feature a

26 11:00: 11:18 4:24: 9:06 had moved his retail store In Carey Deen Holland Bun meeting October 1 at the Flag "Get Acquainted Session- followed .

27 11:54 11:59 5:18: 6:12 to the Wlckline Building on neil has completed requirements let Beach Recreation Hall. by an lopen house, according -
28 12:18 1:00 6:18: 7:18 AlA In Flagler Beach. at Florida State University There will be a covered dish to an announcementby
29 1:24 2:06 7:24 8:03 Tropical Fabrics carries a for a Masters Degree.Mr. dinner at 6:00 p. m. President Laura McOanieL
30 2:36: 3:18 8:42: 9:42 variety of fabrics and materials Holland Is a member of Al members are urged to Superintendent James O.
1 3:48: 4:24 9:54 10:42 and specializes In yard the Ormond Beach School fac attend according to Mrs. Mil Craig and Principal Cliff )[e-
2 4:54: 5:21 10:54: 11:36 goods. ulty. dred Sargeant. president Gnu will outline new policies.


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EDITORIAL lb. 73' j


In thet'dttedal- : last week we pointed out the- dHemma facing -
U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUP'
the- School Board as they approach the problem of dealing
with the federal government in their demand of integration
We- outlined the- four avenues open to the Board as: <<<1> lb. 95u.
consolidate with Bunnell and perhaps Hazier Beach with
double sessions, <2) assign either by bus route- or zoning sev
eral- hundred white- students to Carver and several hundred S. D. A. Choice
Negro children to Bunnell

(3)) Take no action and leave- it up to the- federal courts ROUND
or <(4)< build a new- school to provide- space for consolidation.The BONE
answer Is complex and cannot be- happily arrived at
We- deplore- situation that places the- Board In the- position
where they- have- to make- this kind of choice. We- deplore the- U. S. D. A ChoiceCHUCK
Interference- of federal government Into local administrative

affairs.We ROAST Ib. 48 *(
deplore- a situation in which the Negro- Pf'Opleare- forcedto
give up their school. I has taken a long time to get an adequate
school plant with cafeteria, gymnasium Industrial arts
homeconomics: band football, library and an office with a sec
retary. All that they- can call their- own Is being lost U. S. D. A. CHOICE Fresh LeanGROUND

They will lose their- freedom of choice. As of recent: years-
any Negro- or white- student- could choose any school. And to the- CHUCK STEAK BEEF
best of our knowledge no request has been denied
After- the- annual choice was made- this year the- Board declined lb 58C 5 IDS. $195
to let students- transfer back and forth between schools.
Last year they permitted several Negro students to transfer backto
Carver after- first choosing Bunnell. HEW was very critical Lyke's "Sugar Creek"; SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

of this Federal procedure.funds- are- no longer the- Issue.- We- will have- lost <

federal monies after a few months. The point now is that the- PICNICS lb. 39STREAK
federal courts have ruled that freedom of choice Is not now
legally acceptable.- schools must be- totally Integrated by
the 1969-70 school term. And there Is no hope of Flagler- Coun
ty being overlooked because- HEW has already Informed Superintendent
' James Craig that we- are being turned over to the- I *
Justice DepartmentReluctant I_O'LEAN 39 I

as the School Board Is to take further action, they .
realize that to take no action is to turn our schools over to the
courts. This has been done- In many counties In the South. The- Lyke's 15 oz. Canp
courts decide who gets to which school and neither- the- Board ... "SUPER BLEACH"
nor the.parents have- any recourse' after the- courts take- over. BEEF STEW '3 For $100

It will be- too late- if we wait to see<< what happens. The- PUREXs
School Board must file a plan in October this year. Neighboring Big R (Limit 4 Please) No. 303 Can

counties have gone ahead- with plans to avoid court op. CUT BEANS Each fOe lJ Gal. -f fr
nation of their schools. GREEN Plastic Bottle JLUv

Crescent City has just completed a new school which completely .
consolidates all Negro and white- schools. St Johns Coun Lyke's 4 oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orde

ty is building a new school which will eliminate- dual system Vienna SAUSAGE 4 For 8ge
in Hastings. So has Pierson. Thus the- plans are- being made

around us. Martha White
We- txlievethat- the only avenue- open to the School Board QUICK FLEISCHMANN'S "SOFT" DIET
is to make plans to build new facilities to house an additional GRITS 5 liar: 39c
600 students- and plan for total Integration by 1970. This de.
cision will not be- popular In any quarter. No doubt, many Negroes -. Giant SizeJOY OLEO
will not want to give- up their school and teachers. Many Each
white- people- will resent further Integration. Many taxpayerswill 4ge Pound
object to added tax guarantee for a new school plant. 1 Carton 39-

However if the Board takes this route, it will almost surely .
require- bond issue- In which all freeholders will have- an op. FOLGER'S
portunity to express- themselves.

Many will say that we should wait until after the- election COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
However- if either Richard Nixon or Hubert Humphrey is elected
we- cannot expect- << any change- basic policies of the- execu lb. Morion' BEEF CHICKEN TURKEY
live or judiciary branches of government.If 1 43e c
CtorgeWallaC't'- were to be elected there could be- a noticeable POT PIES 2 AE 39CHandy
change in policies of IIEW and Justice Departments.In Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
that event- the- Board would have plenty time- to revise its Pac 2 lb. Pkg.
plans even- before a bond election was planned.For Each
better or worse, we believe that the- School Board must
so inform theft'd"al- government- that they plan to build a new U. S. No. I
school for purpose of total Integration.
POTATOES 10 49c BETTER MAID (Plain or S. R.)
John A. Clegg- Bag

No. 1 Yellow FLOUR


congratulate: : the Bunnell City Commission and the 5 Bag 19*
Flagler County Sheriff- on the- decision they had announced to Calif. SunkutLEMONS
consolidate- city police force with the- Sheriff Department D'" Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderPhon.
This is a step forward In offering a unified and more- efficient 39C
police protection as well as a savings to taxpayers.It .

Is understood that pft'lSureIs- being brought on the Commission .
and Sheriff to reverse the- decision. We- feel sure they
will have- the courage to do what is best to provide- public protection
as well as serve the- taxpayers.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR ,. ,., control.pests, the- mosquitoes, under ai. .; R

Believing that credit shouldbe Realizing that while we
given where credit is due- have been having the worst
I feel that the residents of our problem with mosquitoes In I
District should highly compllment recent years, the- Mosquito
the- Board of the EastFlagler Control Board has been doingan ( ( ( 437-3227
Mosquito: Control District excellent- job through the- U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
on the wonderful work fogging operations to keep 300 a.m.-llOO p.m.
they- have done In their- fog them down. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Sept. 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30, 1968JLa
gang operations, to keep these Mrs. K. N. Given



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BuftMoII CIty CecmrnUalen- Bertha beat ".. out from TWENTY TEAM AGO TW+." Louis Steflik Jimmie Mrs Earl Breekett was
fin adopted *n ordinance' pro- Mataraa Inlet about Xmiles. T...... Stanley. Deem, Bitty named seemed place winnerin
hifektftg the Ml of alcoholic Mrs. George Allen. O. F. AWerd. who was clerk Babbitt Cliff SheflMd. Arnold an ad writing eantest! Sf>on.
beverages on Sunday The ordinance landed a sallfoh over seven for the local draft board during McCraney. Jr Striekland. sated .by a Jacksonville furniture
was adopted follow- feet long on the same day World War II, had been Rex Farmer, Kent Murray store. Mrs. Broekett wona
ing a straw ballot election. fishing aboard the Allen's named as local member of the Louis Kelly Billy Webster and dining room Hva1u at

Judge II. A. Efaenbaeh landed .
1969. a 12 pound bass, the surf
Chevrolet introduces at Flag4er Beach. Dale Brawn I
Sr. and Earl Broekett caught
slightly smaller ones. Dale
Brown found a turtle nest with

Caprfct. Mitch .this, you other '9',1 enough eggs for a fritter

There is no joy in the land of our competitors today. new variable-ratio power steering, liquid tire chain Flagler breakfast Beach for a of his

But let us ask you this. you can apply to your rear wheels at the touch of a (-o-)
Should we have made Caprice shorter instead of button? More people than
the longest Chevrolet ever built? Or adorned it with Should we have given you less power instead of the usual were l leaving for colleges .
flashy nicknacks to make it look less expensive? largest standard V8 in its field? and universities to begin
Just because competition doesn't, should we not Some people think so. studies. Those Ieavlnrft'e' :
have offered you washers to clean your headlights, Our competitors. Gilbert Tucker, Dick Cody,
'69 Caprice Coupe Jack Clegg. Teddy Krol Ted.

',. dy Cyzyckl Walter Krol. Don.
,. ,. : aid Brook James Jenkins L I.
14. lU1t. Moody and Charles Cr al. UnL
varsity of Florida; Jamie
Brown. Jessie Cyzyekl and
-......- Corice Varn Florida State
College for Women: Claire
Biddl Joy Deem and DuaneDeen
Southern Collf'feWU.
+ I fred Varn. Emory Univ.; J. B.
44 High Emory at Oxford. Alta
Jane Hoi den. Univ. of N. c.;
C. B. Elsenbach and JuneDeen

Middle Georgia College;
\ Delight Sieg, Stetson.

I II I Frank R.
Burrell Haw
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ti irIlOeu Creek was declared champion
i grower of early Irish potatoesof
Florida by the Armour Fertilizer
A Works. Mr. Burrell
i .. stated he produced 100 barrels
I per acre with a record of 94
percent 1's.

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'69 Camaro SS Sport Coupe plus IIS equipment MI/UT/

Camaro.Who needs to say"announcing or..n..". Standard V8 is 210 hp. SS engines available up to
The Hugger. 325 hp. For added SS appeal: sport striping; pt) r: HERLOHGt
And just look how it all hangs together. No ginger disc brakes; wide oval ro&d-hugging tires.
bread anywhere. Your Chevrolet denier offers this advice:
We've Improved the interior too. Quieted the ride. Go on, you other sportsters. Gnash your gear rr t
Made the Astro Ventilation ventilate better. look tOUgh. tmmm
The power range is very impressive. Maybe it will help. .r :I .

Putting you first, keeps us first,

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to receive" his orders la No- HOME ON LEAVE 4-THE FLA4LEK TBM9KC 'TH9B& SCfTEMMR X. 191

OurServicemen AffflMA Victor Hall. reltMB- dty and volunteered. tor re.
..... sort III Mr. and MM. ed to Pt. Campbell. Ky ***** BACK IN VIETNAMS ..........-t.
0. K. .*.,. Is a 986 graduate .'fRltinc a w.elEead leave at Alan Wayne Jone left He returned to Vietnam after -

of BtMMll. Hit Sehftol and hem. with his MOttwf.hta'afeter Mart.Virl.r last W..y Mr his ....... spending forty day' leaveat
.tl.nd .d Mary Karl School of Hall. Jr. and
BftUtTS IN MX FORCE tour of duty In Vlf4Mf'1Me .......
Applied Ssi..... Toth.,
Twrany Herr has enlisted, In WM stationed at Berlin.' Germany I..'
the US Alrfofce and expects' l-O-t I Airman Hall I* stationedwfefc prier to his ...aa......
Hie US AMoiwe at Ft. &BOTHEM ON TOfJR
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4.e-' Jones .has been asalSn.eel Fireman Calvin D. Walden.
ARRIVES IN VIETNAM a* a paratrooper' > with tM173M USN. 19. and Beilrma Second -
BARNES SEA FOODOPEN Airborne DMMetL Crass Joseph W. WaMen.USN. .
First Lt. David Ceefc. son of
31.' of Mr. and Mrs.
He k tiw tan of Mr. and sons :
Mr. and Mfft H. T. COKt, hay
B. Walden of FtegierBeach
ALL SUMMER JrFft. T. A. Jones. INttfMoII. Jeaeph
arrived in Vietnam fer an as4gnment *- are serving aboard the ,
THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY with the US Marine. (.0-t destroyer escort U96 Cromwell -

FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M. Corp ST4 Neal Atkinson has ar- enroute to an extended
Lt. Cook's address Is: rived at Dong Tam Vietnam deployment In the North At-
1/Lt. D. J. Cook for nine months assignment
lantic and
VMO-6 with the US Army. Neal recently
the Cromwell recelved -
FPO San Francisco Cal. 96603. competed nine manth
SPECIAL the Battle Efficiency
Award. flnhlng ahead of other I

Southern Fried ChickenWith The following poem was sent in by one of ships in her squadron. Escort : -
Squadron 10. The award
our readers Larry King Alexandria Va. Mr.
wa given to the ship whose
Homemade Biscuits and Honey King found the poem written on a clothes lockerin
individual department attained -
a Luftwaffe Headquarters Building, while stationed the highest
All You Can Eat $1.50 a.aaeSt'Oft'
at Kitzlngen. Germany in 1945. Presumably In all phases of operations -
it was written by another G. I.: during the past competitive -

Homemade Clam Chowder GOAL FOR TOMORROWHold year. The competitive
ewetees are" Judged by impartial -
onto the dream althoughIt I observers."

FRESH SEA FOOD fRESH FISH may not be yours to know. While" in the" North Atlanticshe
Under Failure's burning sting .
will be" Involved in extensive -
CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS To the hope of Triumph cling. Anti-Submarine Warfare -
exercises" and "illislt
Never to your final sun
FROG LEGS VEAL CUTLETSCOME Think your utmost best is done. many of the .major ports of
the" North Sea.I.0I
Always seek some HolyGrail
AS YOU ARE Further down life's dusty trail.
Airman 1 C Robert" McDanlel. -
Higher or at greater length
Strive for goals beyond your strength.
829-3485 arrive" home" in November" to
829-8498 or
Never ask to know complete spend thirty days leave with

South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1 Everything of Victory sweet his parents )Ir. and Mrs. M
B. McOaniel."
At Moultrie Sign on right Something you may dimly see
Better than what's past may be. Airman )McDanlel who hasbeen

Hold your dreams and struggle on stationed at Keflavik,
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'Til the last good day be gone. Iceland will be assigned to
duty at the" Key West Naval





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companies say they Electric pushbuttonfeedhandling

give you "on-the-spot"

claims service.You'll saves work,

time and money

Throw away that scoop shovel I Automatically controlled

do better to ,electric feed handlir g equipment soon pays

leave onthespotwork for itself in time and money saved. Mixes and con.

to your favorite vcyt feed from storage areas to each stanchion or

cleaner. SPOTdry feed bunk. Does in minutes the chore that used to I

take hours.The amount of feed for each animal can j
Because"on-the-spot"claims service for
be accurately regulated or shut off completely.
car insurance can mean you are on the spotto I :
For advice and information to fit your individual :
settle claim at somebodyelse's
installation see your equipment dealer or consult us.
price.If .

you want to get paid fairly as well as III I
fast,let us handle your insurance.
HtLftNO iUHO flQtUOAAbout
Well help you make a thorough assess I

ment of damage, determine the full amountof ,

your loss,and then.!: speed settlement of

your claim.Which is just one reason why

people come to us for their car,home

and business insurance.

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are professional independent agents. :!i : {

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in Nashville He played col 5-THE FLAGLCB TOBOTft THOM SEFTXMMR X. 1968

f iege football four years -
He served aa assistant coachat WH-SANfOflO NAVAL
9evisrv ills. Tmna.e for POPULAR SITES

NOTES, IWO yogis *i sd B %Mf*. head fl.Mt. CHANOCB TO MTOHMT rally '.4 mltttosi tMsrtcts

ball coach" at Cases City His* TWIll ...... lnidss Mme .sdad to Florida. .... Paths

JACT HAROiN 9CIMKMDwtMff. wish ....... Morel. A.adsrwha. ...... .. .... ... ...
Ms aisM atBwtneil ...... .
yean boa ...... brit llMsyaigiet fiat itadsd 3uwstireR
...... Hardta
Htffc mere dash a aslaissndaaee .
w lrlmiay t.i..... h II
has c.adi.d both I baafcetfeall ........
....... a* 8 p. m.
and football. Me Is head baa. ... .. ...a
White las.oiJ Naval last ....... aU ..
ketball coach and aaatotantprincipal r7Isr
Hair 41 was ..
eewstac kyiasftr
/ this yaw.BULLDOGS peiMs. they played a assm ... State Plant to,..,. listdsrdsiM. .

..... Ty sfcettUBMMeii 1M which .kllltttJ ..'
LOST a good gene .... BaA ........
day night.o1KC total of 1.MT.186 eHIfItI"
TO CRESCENT CITY set us> In the 39 parks "t

The Bunneli. Bulldogs" lost WOMEN aaerntiglet{ fvdllttos.Mlltor .
FISHING LINEBy their first game of the seasonto aMiewwed MMrt )0HMt ..
AI Zamba -'ih:.... Crescent City Friday night GOLF RESULTSWinner pw><*e used the boaHugX

by score of 39-6. Iseilkios at : parka that pf{ .-
Week Ending Sept 20. 19 < 1 of the Class "A" .
vide beat. decks
: The Bulkteg held Crescent ramps. matins
play a-t Ocean Palm Country
Flakier leach fin city to a 00 tie In the first or ether fclii Ies.
Club Tuesday morning wet
Talking to Cecil Westbrook 1 halt but could net hold bade Margie Kinney Second place. The parka director noted
and Bill Heckroan the other ,i. the powerhouse during the winner was Dot Read. First that a little more than 49 per!'
'third Crescent City ego OK tM total Number et
day Ashing from the Pier U quarter place winner In the d..ot
Mew. The biggest cause being had a 9.1 record' last year and division was Mia Clake and pact YhMers were teem eat ell
the rough water Although retained meat of their seniorsfor state, representinc aH 90
; I' second place went to Ftorone1Adams. .
few whiting are! being tak- this years squad slates and many fereiffl ce ntfies.
a ,, _... .. Low pulls was wen
en. Cecil said that the Urge .1. The BunnHl eleven showed by Crony SeUfert.jXTVEES About 57 per cent" of the
IN turtle Herman that had much Improvement over last eamfters' or 686,296, were out
taken up residence around Coach Jack llardin is Junior year They played a good defensive of-state teurists.:
the Pier all summer has departed Varsity football coach as well game with Bill Harris LOST TO Leading Flagier County
to parts unknown. as assistant varsity coach He James Robertson and Garry CRESCENT crrr parka In total attendance was
Work has started on replacing does much of the scouting for Buckles standing out Below Ruins State Park. which
the pilings that are In the vanity A highlight of the game The Bunneli Junior Varsity tabulated 40. 68 vtsHers. Next
bad condttien Doing the workIs A graduate of Carson-New was" Sol Irvin Intercepting a football team lost their opening was Flagler Beach State Park
Enoch Lonnie BrKt.Slag' man College in Tennessee.Hardln Crescent City pass near the fame to Crescent City' with 34J6B followed by Washington .
Fish Camp received his Masters goal line and running It back Tuesday night by a score of << Oaks Gardens with
degree from Peabody C.Hege 06 yards. W tea 18.003 visitors.
Norm Cllve and Bill Effler"

from Jax. were, bark as usualat .
Binge they brought In 10croakers. :
The croakers in the
canal have been runninglarge .

in size. Fishing from r i

the dock. Bob Dekle. Green-' .
Springs brought In a \
cove '
... '. : -
good variety of trout whiting ;
and drum. These were! all ..; .}.JO .... : .
caught on dead shrimp. Gerald .
Dekle, Bob's son tried his ",of" f
luck at crabbing He had overa

dozen. One thing Gerald ..
learned and that Is not to put ,

your hand In the crab basket n t .,r;.....;
,,'hUrlookln elsewhere .,., '. .

y Jack Grating's Fish Camp 1> _
+ f'i
Jack said there' are! good .
catches of bass being takenon .-c
j both live and dead batt. .
One good size bass entered In :.r f
the St. Johns County Fishing
Tournament Is a 32 pounder .
caught by S. R. Bright Palat.I ..

I ka.None of the deep-sea fishing V ll
boats have left the dock >
} '
this past week., .
DerU's Elbow Fish Camp : "
T. A. Eatman owner of thecamp

told us that Thursdayof ,.- ).,
last week the flounder .

were biting. Mr. Hix Gainesville .. .. :
brought In 11 flounder a w 'ii ..

weighing approx. 3 to 4 IDS. ...
The flounder were! biting from
the camp south to the Inlet ,
and were taking live shrimp. iT1h fi
The croaker are! also being
caught and are large In size.
Some bass are still being tak* '
en. Two fishermen from Jax d ;ft 7 :

whiting.brought, In over 80 drum and ,, : _

Motoaios Intot '
The channel bass are plentiful Beautiful. It's not any longer. ... x

at the Inlet provided you It's not any lower, And it's not'anywiderThe1969Volkswogen. it

can get space on the bridge TM
to ftlb. This past Tuesday i;
Ugly as ever
J3 improvements. >
over 200 people were fishingat .
r.- ]
the Inlet, even parking wasa Beautiful. Just beautiful. .,
problem. There Is an extremely : t

big fishing hole on .i.: # f! sr
the eastern side of the bridge. 3 '
Surf FishingDue j ..'t,..,..
to the large amount of '

sea weed coming ashore!, fishing 101ft:
along the surf has been f a .4 '

otto except where the Combs .* '1 ..
have been fishing at their < .
favorite at the Rocks and
spot { "4.
doing very well, with some .vA'ti Y t }
good catches of bass. .

Moriotlond Monoto

Last week Marineland captured .
three Manatees, the
largest weighing almost 1500
Ibs. Two of the Manatees or
(commonly called sea cows)
were! given to Busch Gardensat

Tampa the third a 700 lb. ....
youngster now resides at MarineUnd. .
Manatees, being :' T:
vegetarian, this specimen was
l. .,,". ,,,. ,..
being fed cabbage and lettuce.
Harry Stuckey thought the
young lady would need a
change of diet, brought In two PalatkaBoyer
arm loads of water hyacinths ISJ>
which she devoured whole
heartily. The trouble we have Volkswagen \YYJ

here In the state of Florida
..' !
there are more hyacinths than 111 S. Highway No.
Manatees. _



AT A'lBMI.MI GRESHAMS 11m..ate a. .......... M.r after

week has bees te
...... ulzbsas'd pM+Mt
Hasty A... HONORED IN .
Thrift ..... She wan ati .**
his MHMay Manay nAfM at man W ..... ad 1M"Mi.h
a surprise 4mnr party given GAINESVILLEPatty 1WMl..
t>y has wife, Can*. at tfcrirftome **4 Marvin Creanam. 9iase ........tnc a ......,
... Avenue.Twelve
Palmetto both of wnom were pgarM inBunnell In 1W, alt has MM ." the
Invited joined
guests and graduated fwmBwnneil
advisory tallRIlitc
them for the cektoratfen.Mr High ....... havebeen sod serial uiuimrum *

A hItWY honored fer their GMHM of Welfare and Serv-
and Mrs. Pete Barber of CMttMeR4Htc tritHttleM k1
tee League.
Ocala were weekend heue civic AIM service WOf K HI
guests of his parents Mr. and
Gainesville- FIort a. VFW 'LAIfSHALLOWEEN
Mrs. J. D. Barber Marvin Greaham. was reGainesville -

cently f'koetf'd' president et the CARNIVALVFW
John and Sally McKenzie Area Chamber of
and daughters Chris and Tract Commerce. He has served as Auxiliary member

formerly of Bwnnell now president of the Exchange planned the Halloween Carnival
living in Jacksonville, spent to be staged October 31
Club and U a member of The
last weekend In FlaglerBeach. Qty Planning Board.He at the Bunnell Civic Center
when they met Tuesday night
has served as a trusteeof
William Patrick is chair-
; Alaehua General Hospital
WEEKEND VISITORS for seven years. He was a recipient man.
of the Jaycee "Out The group voted to conduct
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunwodyand standing Young Man of the a "Poppy Sale" Nov. 911.

daughter and Mr. and Year". Mrs. T. A. Jones and Mrs. Dan- t
Mrs. James Newsome and ,
Gresham was an honor ny Johnston were appointed
children of Gainesvtle visited graduate of the University of cochairmen.Mrs. '

'l' t with Mr and Mrs. C. A. president of several drugstores welcomed as a new member.

McGriff. and gift and cosmetic Mrs. Jeff Cockrell was hOSe
The Dunwodys and New. shops In Gainesville. He is a tess.. Ten attended.
somes were spending the director of First National Bank

.;t.Jt. weekend camping at Flagler of Gainesville.Mrs. Former Bunnell residents

J J Beach State Park. Marvin (Prygy) Gresham Mr. and Mrs. Bill Futch and

'." J. has been honored as an children of Jacksonville visited
Mrs. Floyd Tingley returned outstanding League Worker here Friday at the home of

home Saturday from Cordele. She Is active In Children's Mr. and Mrs B. F. Cault).
Ga. where she visited -
- --
several days with Mrs. Earl TEAM
White. -- -
i -})* **
i lul tt'
Miss Delores Deen left last : .Jill

.. Thursday for Winter Park
1:] -- ..,. where she will resume studies

at Rollins College.
SKOLAR- tented with tapered sleeves.A Miss Deen. daughter of Mr
tiered of lace
crown encrusted W. Bun
and Mrs. W. Deen
YELVINGTON with crystals hf'ld.her nell is a sophomore at Roll, I
waist length veil of silk illusion tins.

She carried a cascade of
NUPTIALS white with white ,
roses satin Holden
Mr .and Mrs. Tom
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Yelvlng- streamers. returned home Wednesdayfrom !
ton are at home at Seville after Miss Elaine Skolar sister of Ellzabethton Tenn I

their marriage September the bride was maid of honor. where they visited with their < r

7 and subsequent wedding She wore a formal A-llne son in law and daughter Mr,

trip ot central Florida. gown of pink crepe fashioned and Mrs. Julian Caudill and
The Rev Charles Anders with a floor length train of family. I

performed the double ring white silk Illusion. Hhe flowers .

candlelight ceremony at the wer pink carnations.
Bunnell First Church. Mrs. Jimmy Fritts
Baptist Daytona I;
Mr. Ray Mercer, organist, Beach and Mrs. Lamar Jones PRESIDENT OF Photo ;;r .... C Hero

and Mrs. Murray Smith, pi Seville, were bridesmaids. Selected to compete as a quiz team on a television program J

anist Seville, provided traditional They wore pink A-llne gowns HAW CREEK CLUB "It's Academic" on Jacksonville Channel 1 12 are seated I to r.

nuptial music Mr. Bob identical to that of the maid Mrs. Myrl Henry was elected Genece MInshew. Gary Buckles and Mary Ann Stefllk. Alternates j

by Newman Seville, was soloist of honor. president of the Haw Creek on the team are standing from 1, Ann Meekins, Cliff ,

Miss Gina Seale was flower Community Club when they Taylor and Brenda Townsend. The team's sponsor Is Mrs. Fem !
The bride Is the former Miss She
girl carried a basket of
met last Wednesday at the Burns BUS Jr.-Sr. High English teacher. The team will compete
Cheryl Lynne Skolar. daughter pink rose petals.
Henry home. Co-hostess at the In an academic program In October.
of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Richard Yelvington was best
meeting was Mrs. Dick Cody.
Skolar BunnelL Her husbandis man and ushers were Lamar
Other officers elected to
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jones Pitrson. and Harry

Claude W. Yelvtngton. Se Prldgeon. Pierson. Mrs.serve with Jimmy Mrs.Kendall Henry were vIprnld.nt. IT'S FUN TO PLAY I

ville. There was a reception after
and Mrs. Gene
Escorted by her father the ward In the church social hall ;
bride wore a floor length A- Assisting at the receptionwere Knight secretary treasurer.
The hostesses served cake
line gown of peau de sole featuring Mrs. Jan Spangler and
and coffee to seventeen memo GAMESPOSTOFFICE
a Chantilly lace redln- Mrs. Jim Burned of Bunnell; bers.

goe which formed a train. The Mrs. Fred Harris, Jacksonville,

empire design bodice fashion and Mrs. Hugh Lungren. [)e.
ed with a high collar was ac- land. COT HARRIS


Mrs. Florence Schwenk post. CAMESPARTYSUNDAY T NIGHT
cards from Center Harbor N. GO BACK PO-KE-NO
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Harris entertained
H. for New AFT.
they are leaving
York where they plan to sail
The Korona CommunityClub City School teachers and their
on the "Independence"' for a
is families at a Friday BLOCKHEADGRABALOOP
Mediterranean cruise. They sponsoring a games party

plan to return to their homeat party Sunday afternoon Sept evening after the football CHESS & CHECKERS
Flagler Beach November 1. 29 at 2:30: at St. Marys Church game.
Social Hall at Korona. More than eighty attended. BATTLESHIP CLUE

HOME fOR VISIT Proceeds from the event will
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hos-
bags" for servicemen in Viet.
lord Coundl Bluffs, Iowa were nam. Mrs. w. K. Brown of Nor EASY MONEY

visiting last week In Bunnell The public is Invited. folk Va. arrived Sunday to
with his mother Mrs. Naomi visit her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. MONOPOLY BIC CUSINESS

Hoftford and relatives. Fred and Jean Chambers C Deen. GO to HEAD of CLASS TWISTEREYE
Mr. Hosford has sold his
and son Pat of Jacksonville Mrs. Brown will remain in
business in Iowa and they spent last weekend In Bun. Bunnell while her husband.Bill. GUESS OUIJA

plan to reside In south Flor nell with his parents, Mr. and Is on a tour of duty with

ida. Mrs. F. J. Chambers. the US Navy.A'rTEXD TR1POLEYSCRABBLE PACHISI

Reverend and Mrs. E. Lester GAME
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brandt. Stanton visited
their daughter
Shell Service and Camp North Mrs. Raymond Petersonand
Hwy. AlA left this week for In attending the Florida-Air
family, Dover Delaware
Cleveland Ohio to visit their while Reverend Stantonwas Force game at Tampa Saturday Also Games for Small
children and were )fr. and )In. Dave
attending the D. A. V.Convention .
Ferryman. Kay Ferryman, and
Brandts will return
in .
home In November. returning Philadelphia.Before home to and Beth Duke Matherly)McDanlel, Bo McDanlel and Lew GET ALL THESE AND MORE

Flagler Beach they spent several Wadsworth.
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS days In New York visit. ATBAKER'S
Mrs. Vernon Halnes, Birthday Ing with friends and relatives. -
Calendar Chairman announced WEEKEND BOUSEGUESTS

deadline October for placing 15 was nameson the BIRTHDAY PARTY Weekend houseguests at 5 & 10

the 1969 calendar. Susan Cegg celebrated her the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Members voted to sponsor eleventh" birthday Sunday Walter Morris were her par

the annual "Holiday Bazaar with a family party at the ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Salt

Nov. 9 10 a. m..7 p. m. at the home of her parents Mr. and of St. Petersburg and the -FREE GIFT WRAPPING-
clubhouse. All organizations Mrs. George Cegg in Haw Morris' son. Randy Morris of

are Invited to participate. Creek. Fort Stewart Ga.


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known a* Catherine I. O'tityss. :
di Clerk ClrowMr Court k*. sdeHce $ further IAfertMttM.
af .
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n, to It oa LAWRBNCK W.
aa Catherine 1. Assasod. ) R WIAWr
HORN Attorney for ......."" {. are hereby noltAed and .......... a wox 151ltmnttell edttafloThb BW mml ty School
whoa addresa I* 411 North l Hatifa .. M. any rlalme or demand* FiorMa IItle The mmber
Ave-i.. P U Box ||1T. which they may have aaahyt Attorney for PHtntHf.Krpt sehool Is l
..." ..- Plssdt. rIwI4. ..... ..... esteR In the overt of m* M. Oct. 1 l'. IT. 4tr help |Interested' !&l.
sad Mo the arlclnal with t... 1> Htgr Jadg of Ftegtor l--"' ".
."'.,k o>f ,... ......-.tyl.d Court Florida, la the I'owHhowae atMMMoTl.
..n or before Oetober ,I. IM4, norMa witless .t\ I'>
otherwloe a Judgment may be cel.der months from the date
entered ....... you for tho relief of the nr.t publication of tManolle Quiet I..urr/ound In
denMnded In the 1**....... *. Serb claim or demand
..r ivuttoa.VITNBfM. must be In writing and must '
\ aty hand and th* atolo Jt.p4ac* ef rsl4.nre and 69 Chevrolet Impala Custom Coupe I
...-..! of ..... 1'_rt on HefXember pot address of the cfol*>i*
iTlh. !.*.. sat and .....t he sworn to by the
OHOHttB M MY tlalmant. hi* agent, or his attorney
.. ',.,k of said Court or It will become void *rrofrflBK -
,UK t law.ItsMd
AMBy sett. J6'h. 1548.Merest .
/ Kalhryn L. Hmery J. IrwtaAartNary
A. |x ClerkKept
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K.e<- *tor of theo
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(.AL AIIKHTI; ''K4iM1 Catherine I ORyan. de-
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10IHT KLU.L.KH tUIXTY.r'LdHIDA Attorney for Anrllltary Bieewtor -

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I.-r'a: All persons having any Lilt 4111T5." "LUHltI'
or denaand It a last the '
nalntlff.UXIYII .
You and each of you are herst -
notified that an order declar | .at. .
ing; adotlnlatratkMi of tho estat
%<>TI( t:

rntered. as by Mnnes the Honorabl.ary has T.been K.)1etNI4I11T. afi (Hd fparkenbur North* CaiwUAaYT iWdllMkdermMivlllo. Sparkluif will MW stjlinf refinem BU are the IMS dMiroleU.New tripe dtdfn, MW lattlMat

Jud>* of the COUB- >U AHK IIKHKIIY NOtTFlKU of front lirbU and retUnf uUr rear UillifhU are a few of tbe many changes to be found in the Impala

ty'ounty Judre's Florida.Court of Flacler that a ttmplatnl for IHvorre Custom Coop* as shown above. Aftia Chevrolet offers an array of comfort and convenience option*
Th. total .h
a has been flied
against and
value of said estate was determined you are required to you.serve a that personalize ant to the individual taste.The new Chevrolet line of passenger cars will be on display
to be 11M." and was assigned ropy of your answer or pleading September :Go
by such order to LJttl to the complaint to the llaln-
i" Land. Flagler Ileach.: Florida. .
Dated this fib day of Septem
ber. A. D. l 4t.
T. K MtKnlcht

Kept IX County It. U.Judge Oct. 1.te


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Plaintiff.fllKHOS .
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Itefendant.LOU S !1KAM1'. !


, TO 4t auult 14tQl'OT Y Wu.1TCIAD llaIUMr. a



that an action for divorce
ha* been flied against you and
you are required to verve a copy
of your written defenaea. If any. AVAILABLE I
to It on LAWHBM'K W HO1t. 1.
Attorney for Plaintiff ..r.oad- _
eI.... la 411 North llallfai Ave __
nue. Iot Mace Hoi UIT. [Ja",...-
n. Itearh. norlda I>*... and ale tow at Jim Walter Homes !i'
the original with tho clerk of CAIICI
the above styled court on or before '-
OCTOUHH H. IXI. ..Chua -
wise Judgment may bo enteredacalnat
you for the relief demanded

tition. In the complaint or pe /,,.

WITS$$ my hand and the
seal of Mid Court on 8KITBM-

A. clerk of)i. aid uoonr Court IMMtDIATICONSTIUCTION r. T. p

Peal ply) Kathryn U Emery J
Aa lieputy Clerk t.Low t.
Kept It. M. 2*. Oct .. 4t.

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HOZIEIl. i 37x.

.1..n4ant.OT. Qualified property owners need no cash not even
\ .. .: Tl APPKAH A\ll tu?

IN Tin NAMK ALAN OF I:"THE STATE ___ 3* for closing costs. Jim Walter will build on your prop.

TO or: MIL PLOItmA LUTHEH OOZIER 121MOlrYIAU j erty almost anywhere with no down payment. /m-

./. HL'OHKMIOHT TO PAT mediate 100% financing is available. Why wait


You are hereby notified thata

you suit In h.tho. been Circuit brought Court against Meventh 4h tm: o @{:?

Judicial Circuit. In and for
Flarler County. Florida, hr
, FICANCE8 DOZIER Plaintiff JrJJ D e O jJ f g
you are hereby required to -
personally or by attorney.
with the Clerk of aid Court -- r Doa'r sxr* elf bMlg yow n.w .....
your Answer or defenses to the
Complaint In Mid suit, on or before b.c.... Nt.rf.... ....., It .rco.CoMiplof .
the 14th day of October. '.....dIe.Is...u........,
A. XX of Illl and also to servo a Jim Wo/for MoMMf.,'Ic.o' +compfo.
copy your Answer or defenses
upon K...,.. Olnsky and KroU ', "' ,.,....,.,*trrif.or stop ft? I*. to<..

Attorneys for Plaintiff at their : f_ ie.or..t YM.
offices at 411 Main Street. Daytona -

tho Death.14th Florida day of October on or before A. ornatMTNTrOUOWMO: ,,, Now It tie ,,.. fo fcvy.

D. UI" as required by tho Flor lOCATJONSi/ .
ida Rules of Civil iTtx-edure
and herein fall .ot or a default IA!
will bo .
You are C.'h, .I:11.4U.haC JdT8034MO Ik* UlSUd Conose The HAVIN Cenof

tho Mid name suit of has tho been Court Instituted la welch Is W. Colonial Drive -p1G(4ud1? &LIl cf'Jf9.'eeoTCa 7t U u Seed SO1 kr CiP4inkatw.lJw
tho Circuit Court.
Seventh JudiMal Hwy. SO West
Circuit of Florida la and
for Flacter County, and that tho P. O. Box 15037 JIM wiurflt coltrouTart 8tJ
title of said suit Is as heretoabovo 1"'s140.5. .w./lot) a
Pine Hill Station !
set forth. | .ti l*.lsUe .efeefcurmcmf .. yon h.74s sod
You further notllWd that
ale Phone 295-0081
tho nature of Mid suit Is a suit : !*. 6.. a..lq.

for divorce and permanent oatc.custody ) es t.ii.ine ao... QHono t Q Csnoa -
and control of tIM miner OCALA FLORIDA
children NA
WITNESS ray hand and official South ='
sal at Iluaaell. Flacler County. 3001 Pine St AOOICS&. 1.
Florida this teb day of '.,,- I dTY_ JTA1 II

ber A. I). 1511.(3EOROIE. M. MOODY. Phone P. a:Box 622-954 8118 4 Call write, or stop by todayLRi _

aa Clerk of the Circuit L
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'Fool. Thta night your soulto mMttaa. $-Trf E FLAOUX TWWWE TH9RC. SCPTRMWR M. 1161
required of you; and the Ofltetf* for the coming year -
" things you' have prepared. are M JottOWH heddart.MMne Peanut Butter i.ndwieAe.H ; student to enter data ." Yale
wfceae will they be? 9. fcs he animate; VIR -l.rr-d 1Meses4tHuWwd ..teed cards from worse dec-
who lapis Up WMMIMV. Ptf HHH. dens. Jt.rty AItnat; I urt ty. Mashd Yens nlaenK.Aurita.
self ad to Met rich toward W_ 144MIet; 'Jkneurer, Cherry ".* .. WhIp T.f>. 'nffaay and Brtp
NEWS \ God" Luke 11:38. 21. Ray 9rrnh.h: .., ....,. BsbbyMildnne Bread and Buttes Crouch' will 1MtNCt! the pro-'
.r--\i ; Seatiael. George Milk ......* '
Agar. c airman ., t3hapterpl The menu 1Is eubjlet tocisaage. Two evenlnc PX demos
Weekly Sermon Bmtnell .It OMItMIttH Handy ....... or shortage of "..111.... *c- schedule at DBKTs school 0.fThe
School Ne ..... ....... ,
.R.v. Other F. Tor* r. Pastor AM PTA oflkers will attend carding to Mr*. LM Water- .
an all day district .leadership man. Cafeteria Manage suet seethes will or-
BonacU First United conference in Euatls, Florida gantee October 3 and meet
Metfeodtet Church FTA ELECTED OFFICERS 'Sst+&May. September 38: to eaeh. Tuesday and Thursdayat
FOR FORTHCOMING TEAR start the new year for FFA. DBJC COURSE 7 p. m.
AN INVESTMENT WITH COD The etIoftft and membership A Monday and Wednesdayelass
time The Senior FTA of Bunnell are looking forward to OFFERINGS will begin October 7 at
spends many friv- High School elected officers having a good year and par. Residents of Votuta and 7 p. m.
the amount of on
money doingGod's at the" first meeting of the tieipattag In many activities.FLAGLER FlagJer Counties planning to Area adults may register in
gentles than It spend
work through the year held Tuesday. September email' far a special DBJC card advance on the DBJC mmpus.
21. The officers are as follows punch class scheduled to begin *
ehureh. In the Gospel I of Luke. BEACHELEMENT
of the : October 33 are urged to ATTENDS HEALTH
Christ toil the parable
mistake President Colleen Tucker; ART SCHOOL report for an aptitude test at
rich fool. The man'a Vice PrHIdfo t. Jeanne Hlggin- 7 p. m. Thursday, October 10 MEETING
wan to take a bountiful crop LUNCH MENU
and withdraw from the world. at the Junior College. Mrs. Margaret Taylor Public
God wanted this man to fulMl Monday Spt 30. 1968 Day and evening classes Health Nurse of Fiagier"
a retattoMhip to the work Hamburger SlewCreamy will be offered on campus for County Health Dept attendedthe
and the man's seiltthness (t Cote Slaw persons over 16. Enrollee mid-ear staff meeting of
caused him to withdraw with SHd Peaches must be able to type. the State Board of Health at
Ms greedy sell. Bread and ButterMilk Object of the course I* to Jacksonville last Thursday I
When John D. Rockefeller provide training enabling the and Friday
was asked how much money Tuesday Oct 1. 1963
It would take for a pt'fMfto botham; Secretary" Catherine Hog Dogs-Mustard Butter"
he satisfied with his personal Harris; Treasurer Beth Math Potato Chips BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS I
. wealth he replied "Just a lit. er ly; Historian Terry RawlIns Pickles
tie bit more" God is not ; Parliamentarian. Susie Buttered Green Beans 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657
against the acquiring of necessary Peterson; Chairman of Projects Orange A Grapefruit Sec. BUNNELL FLORIDA
Carol Tewnsend Reporter tons
things for security, but ;
he is against a selfish heart. Janet Haloes. Bread and ButterMilk FREE ESTIMATESBAR
Affluence can be a curse as Plans are being made.
well as a blessing. Perhaps it Janet Halites, Reporter Wednesday. Oct 2. 1968 FIXTURES BUILT.IN KITCHENS ,
would be well if we would Spanish Rice with Meat BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS
draw up an honest budget FUTURE FARMER Buttered Greens LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS
and take" a long look at what Spiced Pears
NEWS Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
Bread and ButterMilk
we" are giving to spread the
gospel in the world A Christ. By Bobby Mlssinne, ReporterThe BATHROOM VANITIES- BREAKFAST BARS
Ian believes that God createdall Bunnell Chapter of Future Thursday. Oct 3. 1968 Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts
and that vie should give Farmers of America held Oven" Fried Chicken FINE HARDWOODS ,
bark our fair share as an in their first meeting Monday Creamed Parsley Potatoes
'.....tmt'nt'Uh God that his night September 23. Mr. Lawrence Buttered Whole Corn Most orders filled within IS working days. Now Servingall J
love may be shared with man Oliver, agriculture In. Cookies areas in 7S mil rod. of BunnelL I
kind. "But God said to him structor, presided over the Orange Juice CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928
Bread and Butter
MilkFriday.. Oct. 4. 1968 -
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Egg Salad Sandwiches ,
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OXYGEN 710-12 Lemon St. & SUPPLY CO. INC.
LADY Palatka. Florida
AMBULANCES Furnituia. Upholttring

Phone ID 7-3532 Mattresses & Box Springs 25c and 50c Each

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Mad. to Order. Also Renovated i
Call Laura Morris 4)7.3233 MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH I 1
After 1:00 P. M.
PHONE 439-2303 .
t .._ LINGOLDGENERAL last as near as your

ALLTYPES CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR Free Drop Phone Pickup u.or a Card Post& or DeliveryRES'PONSIBLE'Office Call 8INGO 8:00 P. M




. Phone 437-3971 CONSERVATIVE Disabled American VeteransJim

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Dswttwit4fe .ltaitw wtIIJIoIoIIN4. be Black ....... wk twst.r aM YAC STARTS
.... .... 0HMa a .IR
w8 nand. !1LSa ON ...... Siw..
....... INS sVAsMl allt *I. BOWLING TEAMS
sewing. ........
.c the 1968-Ayear when aNs. hrM .Ida. vW puss.IiRwt. ADVERTISING er portable .RtIo "Itlw e.ttwbcrs elAttteR I4i %
'! win .ft MMMe 515.00 Jrrys Fvrnttw OM
titer tweet 1we.4.y afs.n III1R presde
t 0IIMrt .4 jws. PrMda Cole Dixie, Hwy 2 ml S. K.e.-. O.b of Fia.u O uttlr
at the MIIw- -of--MIL.-- .---- ---- -ptuW.wt.Ford. Ph. 43T-9190. Sept X. tw. o-. the Bowling ......
with JIIIMdft p.... at tM
HOUSE FOR SALE--2 bedroom Bettofce Ptaia Lane' Sunday
SEPTIC- TANK cleaning; drain *---CM home with carport afienleelL Dave Solemn had

fields Installed; Rou-Reter utility ream' and fenced a htffc score of 1M.
snail tfeelL Reasonable prices. yard. Germ. list attractively Special ebb rates are in effect

Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 landscaped. Reasonable. Call ttHU the courtesy of tfre-
8-1-tt 4373138. Set 26. Itp. management of the Lanes. AMY

AC members who wish tobowl
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\ Will Sell Or Tr..I966 Triumph
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet requested to promptly
500 CC motorcycle for
us help beautify FlaglerCounty. I contact Mama Johnston or
truck. Call 437 3515 after
Large variety of evergreens Mike Barber of Bunneil for ar
5 at Bunneil
p. m. or see
palms hedge punts Office. rangements. Car pools will
5S miles S of Bunneil on Telephone-- Itp. leave Flagler Beach Pier Sundays .

U. S 1. Feb. -tic FREE $89.00 value Human at 2 p. m.HOSPITAL. '

Hair Wig by mailing this Ad
SINGER model 66 equippedwith bark today. Pay for styling NOTES

:zigzag and buttonholerIn ONLY. Send to FREE WIGS.
.. hoi nw MaMana; model Ik.* Mafia I, !. a Pf'I'I............ nice cabinet 5 payments at 103 W. Sedgwlck. Philadel ADMITTED: Amy Rundle,
Flagler Marie Herrard.
rfnld car from lh. word (o. AvaiUU with a hwwpo.f'I' $&96 or $42.76 eash. For more phia. Pa. Sept. 12. 19 26 31 p
,428 Cobra Jet Rans-.tir engine the Mark I feature. CT handling Information write Service: Sew. Flagler Beach Alice Thicker,

......-. M...-.;,. eipoM..I kaoil locUng |HM, rolor-kryrJ Ing Center Box 393 DeLand. CALENDAR OF Flagler Beach. Harry A. Senandelmler. -
dual raring Mirrors special ernanMtiUlion and MripiiiK. hK- Florida 32720. Aug. 15 tfc. Flagler Beach
back bucket .eat., and .im.Ulrd teakwood rained a rrnUta 8ft ----- EVENTS Bernice Hall. Flagler Beach;
floor ........*, in_lrnM nl panel sad due panel. FOR SAI.E-M gallon drums Ann Hunter, Espanola. Rebec
good as new. For outboards, TODAY Bunnell PTA meetIng ca Emanuel Bunneil; MaryT.
trash etc. $3.00 each Yeoman's at 7:30 p. m. in the BUS Hall. Bunneil; Shirley Par-

Nationwide Paint Factory car ttf'rt.. rish. Bunneil; Jimmy L

Ormond Beach. Phone (-o-) Crews, Bunneil; Selma Anderson

6778020. 95. 12. 19. 26. 4tc SATURDAY Bunnell Bulldogs Miami; Phylis Hegnauer.
vs. Sanford Naval Academyat Plantation, Florida; Delia
Are you looking for a good Sanford at 8 p. m. Hegnauer and Phillip Hegnauer. -

part time or full time incomein toMONDAYi ->)> Plantation; William Huff
I W. Flagler Co. or Bun t'll J. II. Jim) Will. Elkton. Florida; Mary Zichl-

Many Rawlelgh Dealers earn lams Ocala will address tells Ormond.

JX50 and up per hour. Write the Flagler Beach Taxpay DISMISSED: Edgar Morris.

Rawlelgh FU-360-Memphis, ers Association at 7:30 p. m. Rebecca Emanuel, William

Tenn 38102. Sept 12. 19, 26,3tp In the Flagler Beach MunicIpal Crassold. Leona Poosch Phillip .

Hall. and Della Hegnauer Joan
(-o-) Branch. Ruth Evans, Mary
due to expansion. Serve Consumers
TUESDAY Senior Citizens Hall Sophia Abken. Ethel
with Rawlelgh Products meet at 6 p. m. In the Flag Wickline, Anna May Stickney .
full or spare time. Can ler Beach Municipal lIall.CoVf'I'N James West.BIRTHDAY.
earn $125 per week or more. dish supper and
Write Rawlelgh C. R. McDan-
election of officers.0 .
lei. Memphis, Tenn. 38102. DATA
(- -)
FU.360.765 9-26, 103. 21 p. Masonic Lodge No. 200 Happy birthday this week to:
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F&AM meets at 7:30 at the TODAY: Dorothy Webster
WANTED Restaurant help
Maria Janickl.FRIDAY .
Bunnell Masonic S.
and baby-sitter. Living quarters
: Velma Threadgtll.
board and salary. Roadrunner Bay SATURDAY: Carol Jean At-
Truck US (-0-)
Stop Hwy. klnson.
1, 14 mL north of Bunneil. Flagler Beach Garden Club SUNDAYCharles A. Riddell.
26 will meet at 1:30 p. m. at the
A rla4 aalomokiU thai .MM*| be .p...p.t even by a ....Ii'.. Sept. Itp. home of Mrs. Gilbert Frank Pauline "Polly" Magee

girl I i. FonTa 1969 LTD. Th8. foarnloor hardtop lead off with a PIANO IN STORAGE 1943 N. Blvd. Flagler Beach. Robert Vernon Anderson. .
.nlqv* full-width rereMed grille. The lower, longer ear with a (-0-) MONDAY: Jean Mitchell, DorIs
wider Manr displays all..,. design from front to rear. Beautiful spinet stored' lo Boy Scout Troop 495 regular Diehard. Patti K. French
cally. Reported' like new. Re Kevin Wayne Purvis.
sponsible party can take a meeting. TUESDAY: Frances Dzloba.
big saving on low payment (000)WEDlfESDAT. Barbara Bross. Michael
balance. Write Ellis Music Ca Pinettes will Arthur
Bross. <( Panama City Fla. 32401. meet at 8 p. m. at the homeof Josephine McDanlel.

Sept.r26, Ite. Mrs. Tommy Bertha Bim- Eugene HartWEDNESDAY

I InL : Era Rea Nancy .
KITTENS Four kittens to ('o-l Miller Joseph Stua Jr.
give away. Contact Minnie Boy Scout Troop 472 regular Micky Atkinson.

Deen. 4373144. Itp. meeting.

Women Society of ChristIan .
With gratitude
deepest we
Service of the Bunneil
McCULLOCHPUTS extend this word of thanks to
First United Methodist
our kind and thoughtful
'I. Church will meet at 9:00: a. friends for their many expressions
'joU3LE m. at the church. Mrs. Bill of sympathy.Our .
Fryman will preside.
heartfelt thanks to the-
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doctors and staff at Bunneil
General Hospital and Craig
SAYING. TIME SAYING KM W TOUR Funeral Home for their kindnesses .


Mrs. Julia Durrance
y 4.d BIRTH MONTH and Family

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: Flagler BeachTaxpayers

: GRIP for Out-Hand Cwitrall
c... 1M ..+..

...: h.=.; $169.95 Assn.To
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promote advance and protect the gen

eral interests and welfare of all tax payers of our

Hy1M city. To cooperate with other organizations for the
Ii ; business advancement like manner.and development of our area in a


Printing is about to begin on the new directory and We welcome speakers films, and other

Yellow Pages. So remember, extra diredory listingscost media on vital subjects of general information

very little. And if you're in business, you should bIn NEW PATENTED SOUND that will enlighten the people and benefit the

the Yellow too. SILENCER MUFFLER- community.Any .
The deadline's almost here. Don't miss it. Coll our IfMnl ......

Business Office now.Southern. = :;0:..M4fcofM $199.95 person (s) who wants to recommendany

*"--,.av.. C4Impietec..t. such speakers films etc. for upbuilding and .

twtbrhat- .. .... N advancement or protection of our city should con. ,

(!) Bell c.tty.4yI awnl.e tact the President or Board of Directors at P. 0-
Yellow Buddy KAOX BunatU
Box 127, Flagler Beach Florida.
American S.rrk* Station
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I.-THE FLAOLSil TMMWCJUfffVAL P1E001. HnaMHI 31. 11itsPallTrrs Into the living roam k walk but a delicate pearl pink, andit teaming beer stein willsymbolise
.like a man walking OIl his undulate through the water the "UI.lll' U"I
THE WALKING elbows like you're trained towaMc in a moot graceful 1 manner. by members of the German.
in combatisMeveTt ." American Social Club at Cafe
MST CATFISHA Wano Toler. .sluarIswt
I the white catfish. Coral when they toitow the
curator report that He put
JUTE IN BBLAK0 controversial' knee-wo. wkhas the allot same African tradition of the oM country.
an lung Oak In aM
I lag eatftoh that ht seed to stash o< A-.... aaria. *** lei deitwit.s wall Oct<< 12.The .
tank with me while _
The ..." Bog rw.t- .
stor. dogs nn.w he M9A Mta. "ftM Mann. ..dNor ..... and the cata Mt elf
ere Aoelation annual meeting M the Miami Sea uarium. K Trader the J 11'11"...... the scientflc name of the
lung h uh's taU. llutever.
will bo Saturday. OUeinff This Ash originally a native of ........ Tropical Ptoh toJaiUtoi. he mat he Mack grouper is myctoeopeveabonari
say a
S *t 8 p. m. at Defend Senior of Aleut has "... wtW gosh at 1M Mtsugist inch according to Ron Sen- f
baby white caHtoh andIt
Ugh School. Defend. PtorMft.Oueet in Florida. and .la currentlythe of the flail walking and M- safes lUna of Riverside Villa in
was baa Now
speaker will be Br.Ungferd subject of greet ...... to_ ..... we tatflih lives by (in a an*armed Homosassa Florida tRu
of Daytona Beards "If a very extremelyfrightening She says that. Clarto are ? --- ----
truee ) with of small
a couple
_.. thine to .." say lung flak and can breathe air .....
MOSQUITO PLANES Verne Oilvte. Exotic Fish and move over land but that
JiIMMfth Project. .leader Mr they usually die when ptoeed The Seaquarium ha a permit -
Ten Florida counties BM- the Florida Game and Fish bask .In water because of skin from the Florida Game g SS1A
yaM, toward. Collier, Dade Commission who .la afraid scratches that get Infeeredt and Fish Commission. to exhibit P
JUtI.ha.... Indian River. they will drive out all other While all this may be hard the white eatfleh. Theyare
Lee Memoe. and Voluefe Ash. to believe it .Is harder to believe being very careful to keep + j
use .ir plane in mosquito lie has two at home in an that any cat Belt can be the specimens in a tank witha jI
control says the State Beard aquarium. They Jump out beautiful The one at Seaqua- top where they can't Jumpout
of HeaHfi. and he says "They'll come rium ... It is not really while and walk oft. I

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1969 LTD by Ford Door Hardtop

1969 MU1lang. 1969 Torino. 1969 Ford
All new, all over) 5 great models. The winner's back for more Longer. Wider Quieter.
MON engines than ever. with two hot new Cobras to boot! And alone In its class. e

They're like no Mwttonos you've ever Torino for '69 comes on lust os hot or as For 1969.Ford tracks as wide m CoaVHac I
seen before! Longer Wider. Roomier luxurious as you pleose Engines range Smooths your ride with a longer' wheelbase .
front and bock. And for. far toorher oN the way up to a 428-cu.! in Cobra Jet than Chevrolet Has more front
Toke the new Mustang Mach I 1. Or luxurious Ram-Air V-8. For Torino spirit with extra headroom and legroom than a Chrysler '
Grande. Choose hardtop, sports- savings added choose from eight new Imperial. The '69 Ford LTD Is designed q
roof or convertible.Then dip into a long 69 Fcurlanes. See all 52 of the new '69 to ride even quieter than the LTD that
list of options and design VOW Mustang Fords today. rode quieter than RoMs-Royce.

The place youVe got to go to see what's going on-Your Ford Dealer. ITSTtCCio..GTHHi1:

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