The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
October 3, 1968
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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54 JIO. 41 T1IU bDAY. OCTOKR 3. 19G9 lUG A TEA
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of BtuuMil ISlgh School's SPONSORS Importance of )

senior high tsacbsrss GOVT. CLASSThe

Mrs. Ferae Burns, senior nail Beach Taxpayen rvq asi n. r .. Membership

high English teacher at Bun Association agreed at their' Lee Dr.... Chairman of
nell Hlgn School. She Is a meeting Monday evening to Flagler County Chamber c4
graduate of University of Wisconsin sponfor a dull in Civic Government Commerce Membership Drive,
,. .... .,,,..
at White Water Wiseand It was recommended" .i said that the committee is
completed post graduatework by the board of directors Iir completing an "all oH"
at Northwestern Univcr- of the association.The membership drive
lily UCLA and California class will be conductedby "We need 100' membm1ti3
State College. Adult Continuing Education from our business and professional .
Division of DaytonaBeach l people civic organisations
Junior College. It will and civic minded' eH-
meet every Wednesday evening lens'. Drazba saM. "..... b
at 7.30 at the Flagler your opportunity to supportan
Beach Elementary School. The outstanding and muehnredt.1 -
college will furnish an instructor organization".
and pay his salary. The cost' of membership H
t Classes will last two hours $25 for a business $50 for a
with a short break between' corporation and an individual l
the hours. -1r membership is only $!& Dnz
Subjects to be covered' In. HOSPITAL tensive care recover room anda ba said cheeks can be railed
elude Our City Charter, New new central surgical sterilization to Chamber Secretary Al
State Constitution, Parliamentary EXPANSION room, with all new Jones' Bunnell or call 437-3741
Law and other vital subjects equipment
and they will pick up your
for a better informed WORK BEGINS The hospital will be carpeted membership dues.

r...' \i., citizenry. The class will begin Bunnell General Hospital is throughout the lobby and
October 16th. It is open to the undergoing an expansion corridors. There will be ter- DOVE SEASONTO
'\ public. There will be a small program estimated to cost raao In all of the rooms with
i1 registration fee of about $3. more than $100,000 accordingto the exception of the operating OPEN

It was reported that there a hospital spokesman. rooms and this will be donein SAT.. OCT. 5
1'J was much enthusiasm expressed conductive tile
\ There will be 12 additional Florida dove hunters Milttake
about the course and All patient rooms will have
semiprivate rooms and two to the field at 12:00 noon
20 people' were enrolled at colored TV and there will be
private rooms added This will October 5. when the
.Mrs. Burns moved to Flag the time of the announcement closer circuit TV monitoring
bring the total to a 56 bed occupancy first of the 1963-69 ml
lee County from Costa Mesa The class is sponsored by the in the extensive care unit. phase
Calif., to Join her husband. Flagler Beach Taxpayers As. Dr John M. Canakarls, owner gratory dove hunting season
Robert, who Is Marco Polo JOd-a t Ion. There will be a new operatIng said the construction would opens, according to W. B.
Park designer. room making a total of be completed and ready for Copeland. Chairman. Game
Mrs. Bums has had teach. WILLIAMS SPEAKSTO two operating rooms an in occupancy In J an ua 1')'. and Fresh Water Fish Com
ing experience in English and mkMen.
drama In Wisconsin. Illinois FLAGLER BEACH SIGN OF PROGRESS Hunting will be allowed

and California school systemsMr. TAXPAYERS ASSN. .... 1 statewide every day from
and Mrs. Burns and Iwr 3I 12:00 until sunset
J. H. Jim) Williams Ocala ,. noon
tltnr t.u ,cUti-i&Itt*, Ct. Barbara, reside at Flag was speaker at the regular -, that portion of Franklin
ler Beach. County known as Alligator
meeting' of the Flagler achTupa'ers
Mrs Diane M. Dean a member Point.
Association Mon.
of Bunnell High School Dove hunters will be allow.ed .
day evening. The meeting was
faculty. She Is teaching remedial conducted by Thomas J. Da. a daily bag limit of 12.
reading In the elementary with a total possession limit
vock in the absence of President
and junior-senlor high Angus Reynolds who Is of 24. Hunters must possess
schools.A ilL IM tLt valid hunting licenses, avail.
native of Monroe N C. Williams Is Democratic fr a able from all County Judges.
+ .s
she attended school there andis nominee for State Senate for ; Shotguns must be plugged to
a 1963 graduate of Western district composing Flagler, St three-shell capacity and
Carolina College, Cullowhee, Johns Putnam and Marlon. rifles are prohibited for tak
Williams complimented the ing migratory birds.

members for their continued
Interest In the civic affairs of TRIBUNE MOVESTO

the community He said thata NEW LOCATIONAND
better Informed citizenrywill
I II lead to better civic government REORGANIZESThe
for all the people. Flagler Tribune Is mooIng
He stated that he had madea Hargetfc Standard Oil Station comer US Hwy 1 and Moody this week to offices' and
number of visits to Flagler Blvd. Is undergoing remodeling. Two attractive canopies have shop formerly occupied by the
Beach and to the Taxpayers Bunnell Timber
been added' and new gasoline storage tanks have been In. Company on
Association It was his desireto stalled. South Railroad Street.

become as well Informed as w wBUNNELL The building was purchased
possible with the people and from Bunnell Timber Corn.pony .
their problems and Interests PTA BUNNELLTO last December although
before he goes to the State INTERVIEW they continued to occupy It
Senate to represent them. HELD FIRST MEET until their new office' buildingwas
Itas stated: that other POLICEMANThe completed at Wadsworth
candidates would be Invitedto Bunnell Parent Teacher Association Bunnell City Commission Lumber Company on North US

appear at meetings before met at the school voted at a special meetIng Hwy. 1.Effective.
the general election In November. cafeteria Tuesday night To Wednesday" night to au October lit The

Get Acquainted" with the new thorize Interviews of applicants Flagler Tribune Corporationwas
for one city policeman.Final reorganized with Mrs.
school staff. President Laura
CANDIDATESVISIT hiring would be at a Bette S. McDanlel buying a
N, C McDanlel presided and Introduced regular meeting.The corporate Interest and being
I Her experience Includes FLAGLER her officers and committee vote was 3 to 2. Voting named Vice President and
teaching English at Chatta H&rvey Klein. Republican chairmen. "yes" were Mayor C. B. Eisen- Treasurer. Only other persons
nooga Valley High School, nominee for State Senate, anda bach. Shelton Barber and Hubert having any Interest in the
Tenru, and John S. Battle High Marion County attorney Supervising Principal Cliff Peliicer Voting "no" were closed corporation are John A.
School Bristol Tenn. She was was visiting in Bunnell and McGriff Introduced'his entire T. II. Wadsworth and M. B. Clegg President and Mrs.
also Special Education Teach Flagler Beach Monday He faculty and they were presented MrDanlel. Margaret M. Clegg Secretary-
er at Virginia High School at was accompanied by his local with corsages and Mayor Eisenbach said the
, Bristol. campaign manager, Rufus boutonnieres by the PTA hospitality move Is temporary due to the WILLIAM RIDDLE
Mrs. Deen and her husband Miller. committee. McGriff fact that a question was raised
Bob, who is merchandise man Steve Boyles. Democratic outlined the changes In as to whether It was I legal BEACH RESIDENT
I alter for Sears Roebuck Daytona nominee for State Attorney for school policies for this year for the sheriff to perform police DIED SEPT. 21
Beach, are presently the counties of Flagler. Volu and told of the new courses duties for two political William Riddle, 63. North
making their home In Ormond sir, St. Johns and Putnam that had been added.Superintendent bodies. He said there ""was A-l-A. Flagler Beach, died unexpectedly *
Beach. was visiting In Bunnell Tues also the
problem of how to
James O. Saturday, Sept 21.
day. Bo>'Ies Is a young attorney transfer the monies in the
Craig stated that the School lie was born in Grayson
TIDE TABLETides from Palatka. He Is a fine and forfeiture fund.
Board had charged him with Ky. and moved to Flagler
for Sept. 2* Oct. 2 former assistant states attorney the responsibility" of develop Beach several years ago from
who resigned to campaign BROTHER DIESUNEXPECTEDLY
Tides for October ,., ing a top ranking school system California. A vetf'l'3lof WWIIhe
for the omce of State
HIGH LOW in Flagler County. He said was a member of American .
Attorney.J. that It takes a little moremoney Mrs. Floyd Tlngley, Bun Legion Post 115.
AJ.L P.M. AIL P.M. Williams Ocala ranch
Day .
nell left Saturday for Char.
for salaries and Survivors include his wife
3 5:4.9 6:12 11:48 11:59 er and citrus and Democratic
lotte. N. C. to attend funeral
to go first class. Rena.: eight sons and two
.a 6C 1:00 12:18 12:3' nominee for State Senate services for her brother. daughters.
:5 1:24 1:<12 1:00 1:21 visited with, friends In The room count for most Franklin Suggs who died unexpectedly Military funeral services
6 8:06 8:21 1:36 2:00 Bunnell and Flagler Beach
parents present was won by Friday night at a were held Friday. Sept. 26 at
1 8:42 900 2:12 2:41 Monday and addressed the )Ira. Wanda Mercer's third Selma Alabama hoG 1tal. he graveside at Fort Barran
8 9:18 9:36 2:49 3.18ITTT Flagler Beach Taxpayers Association grade and Mrs. Lena Barras. Funeral services were Sun. cas National Cemetery, Pen
3:19 Monday evening. sa's 10th grade. day afternoon at Charlotte. sacola' Florida.






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When Governor Oorg Wallace began Ma N...... frpuiitort.
U. S. D. A. Choice
HMM major political figures and writers wrote H eft
at a pt Mtctfjr stt+rn. At the nMt, all he could be expected to do
w.. h.lp Rkfcard Ninon cany the South. lb. 4Sclb.

Now jpoatlg are begJanlng lo try to figure MM what to hap.
pening. How dM Wallace get on the ballot In 4$ Mates (or tor

90 )@It! Not because of his Internatiowoesperfenee.. Not beaue U. S. D. A. Choice
of experience in federal government. Not because he won
any national recognition a* a governor."
Way fe Wallace drawing large crowd In Michigan and 5Sclb.
MasiiciHUctte? Why does he kd the pall at a sate fair in .
Kentucky? Why ia he the heavy favorite of a pete officer*
(xttee....... U. S. D. A. Choice

Why dM he get an ovation at the Amei. an Legion Con
\ention in New Oceans while the other m.> r candidates Mere
only aolhdy received? Why do the national potb show his run-
!"ing ic. nd with Wee President Humphrey third In etectorlal .

Admittedly pert of the Wallace symbol is his barring the
school entranee deer to a Negro student. And there are sonv Lean Western ZUBER'S "PURE PORK"
racist who would support him for that reason alone. But the
record does not Indicate that Wallace is a raehst. PORK STEAKS SMOKED SAUSAGE

His admintotratton of Alabama was not racist By his own
admission schools of Alabama were integrated and freedomof lb. 5ge lb. 59C
choice was accomplished without interference. Racism has
not been a part of his campaign and he has made no racial
promise that would encourage racists or discourage Negro" vet. Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

ers. What then, is this new phenomenon In American polities <
It is that people are tired! They<< are tired of rioting and destruction PICNICS lb. 39
of cities. They are tired of lawlessness on the streets.
They' are tired of the hands of law enforcement officers being

They<< are tired of an ineffectual war In Vietnam. They are
tired of draft-card burners. They<< are tired of erstwhile Americans SMOKED BACON ENDS 00

icines aiding and speeches.and abetting the enemy with blood plasma mod I SMOKED SMOKED HAM NECK HOCKS BONES 3 Ib S. 1

They<< are tired of demonstrations and protest marches. Theyare -

tired of flower people and hippies infesting our land. Theyare Van Camp's No. 2 Can
tired of student revolts In colleges. They are tired of illegal MAXWELL HOUSE

strikes the streets.They that. close our schools and cause garbage to pile up in PA NRDK: BEANS Z For 39c COFFEETOMATO _

are tired of ultra liberal Influence In the courts. They Campbell's (Limit 4 Please) No. 1 Can
are tired of big bureaucratic government usurping the rights Ea. I
of state and local government SOUP fOe 1 {;; 43c

They are tired of big business monopolies that can control
Pint Jar
prices. They are tired of powerful economic Interests that can Bama Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
so Influence government to provide tax dodges.! MAYONNAISE Ea. 29c

These are just some of the reasons the masses of people
are turning to George Wallace. lie Is new and. thus, not tiedto "Super Bleach" Vj Gal. Plastic Bottle
the stereotype" image of the major political parties.
Probably very few of the Wallace supporters believe he hasa PUREX 290 OLE

chance of being elected president. But it Is their way of registering .
protest against the things they are tired of. Nehi (Ass't Flavor) No Deposit Pound

Influence Perhaps It on Is the in this change manner in American that Wallace politics.can have a major Soft DRINKS (Srsi of.? 39c 1 (in Solids) 10

John A. Clegg r Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
Note: This newspaper does not Indorse candidates. If time DIXIE CRYSTAL
permits before the election we shall write a column on the
major candidates.

persons were chosen. Several
It seems as If Flagler Beach were defeated at the polls 5 29CLimit
officials are getting back to and some resigned their posts. Bag
where they were a year or so (Grand Jury.. They are out. 1 with $5.00 or more food order

ago.Resolution No. 68-28 activating Keep them out. sr *
How can we have a little 3 49
pointing a Initial planning members Board, and ap Government honor and prestige in our city FRESH PRODUCE _

providing for their term of
Signed: El fie Goodwin
office was Introduce by a U. S. No. 1POTATOES

nee motion and by adopted Commissioner: also Resolution Cur- BIRTHDAY DATA 10 13::; 49e
No. 68.29 activating the Happy birthday this week to: CRISCO
Zoning Board of Appeals appointing TODAY: Gerry Shows Newton Golden RipeBANANAS
the initial membersand hall John D. McDanl l.
providing for their term James "Jimbo" Crews. lb. ic.
of office by Commissioner FRIDAY: Margaret Partridge 49
Harold Bowden.
Gurnee. These two' lists of appointees Juicy REDGRAPES
evidently arranged SATURDAY: Scott Baggett.
were lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
commissioner Lester Partridge. or more
by only one 19
because three' or four SUNDAY: Sgt Gary C. Watson e
of the other commissionersknew Mrs. Belle hail David
nothing of this list Lee.TUESDAY
of proposed names until : Betty Barnes
Just before the meeting Dwain Lee Ross.WEDNESDAY.
convened. Five commissionerswere : E. V. Taylor
elected to run the town. John Robert Persons.
Why does one CommissionerInsist
on trying to do it alone CARD OF THANKS ItI
,, Discussion among many of May I take this method of '
the citizens to look Into the thanking Doctors Canakarls till ,
law as to whether or not persons and Blanton and the entire I
who have recently been staff at Bunnell General hospital
Investigated and reprimandedby for the efficient and excellent (
the Grand Jury should be care given my mother. OPEN SUNDAYS ( ( Phone 437-3227
appointed on our City Plan Mrs. Grace Watt during her ( U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
ning and Zoning Boards or Illness.I 8:00 a-m.-liOO p.m.
hold any public office. am deeply grateful Quantity Rights Reserved Price Good October 3.4,5,6 and 7, 1968Niltkr
Mary citizens do not ap- Dot Read



nursing home spent**. In orAtr a look at school parking lots 3-THE FLAOLBB TMMHfC THVM. OCTOMX X MIi
Social Secorit" to qualify for coverage in will tell The student who... .
the of driving to er ?....... Box 1 -.-.
a nursing a parson privilege .
s A >..
I must .be admitted to the INSMI sefcooi meet ale accept the UW MM IVr JUJTLa4y" .
N-E-W-S I** home for further teas- responsibility. daM aeampasits RECERTIFIED will be $1.15 toras airiM
meat from a hospital. This It. Mature Jnefimm is essential $tM for child?** ends r
Q. IWM. on March 2S.19m transfer must be within 14 to safe msjsrie*." FOR BRUCELLOSIS IS.
and I signed up for Medicare days after dteefratge from the MM Ceeaoei M. Jf. KtfhmaM.Difecesf --- - -
in January 1'". I .had hospital where the patient has of the Deportment ef PUffter County has been re-
J a large dosser Mil before been admitted fr at toast 3 Public Safety. eerttAed M a Modified Certl r
I March 21 Are these maiam cia,.. The iPDCvtC mat ratify During IttT there were 4M6 .- lied Brucellosis Area for aperiod
covered under Medicare' that the patient is being driers ot high seined ate of three years accord SOLVE TODAY'SPROBLEMS
A. Yes. Your Medicare becomes ttanseeed se tM MIfIIIMc involved in au..tI1l11.Kirkman tag to Information received'
effective with the first home fer fwtMr treatment of >m hasssgd that last week by the County
day of the month you are 66. Mot (: "MtieA.Q driver education staists were Agent's 0.... In completing with courage, hard
, provided' you have met all requirements. I have to MY IMf available In meat Idt ek. "If requirements' for reeertttcatten work and M. ideol.It' .
, such as: age ftl- drugs for MY c Aaa mranT LfkftaWav WTC. %K*ivycan't I/ you have net yet obtained alicense 3391 heed ef cattle. were
i lag a claim for Medicare en- I be refaabursed for part to drive and driver education tooted representing 37 herd
4 roHment and have met eit- of this classes are availableIn Moot of tttte testing was ac
IM'MhI9 requirements. A. There are no provisions your school we stronglyurge oomplisned through market
r Q. I had $35 in X-ray work In the Medicare Bill to allow that you enroll In the lot testing and baektagglng
. done in my doctor's office. I payment of drugs purchasedby course. Driver education' offers program.
1 understand the law was an individual. Drugs administered the opportunity for potential This Is another fine ac
; changed' last year and this is In a participating driven to receive professional compJtehment+ for the cattle
, a 100 percent reimbursable' hospital are covered.STUDENTS instruction and become' safe industry In Flagler County as
J expense.A. drivers," Kirkman concluded. this county was one of the
I Only if the study was URGEDTO first In Florida tested several
t done while you were an in- NAVY MEEDSCONSTRUCTION years ago and has helped
; patient in certified hospital. ENROLL IN MENThe spearhead the effort In other
Out patient radiology treatment DRIVERS CLASS counties since that time
is subject to the $50 de Navy Recruiting Service
ductible. Mature judgment and a announces an urgent need
Q. May I transfer my aged good education in safe driving for construction men to ftll vacancies -MY FAIR LADY-
mother from a nursing home were cited today by the In the Navy Construction
not covered under Medicare to Florida Highway Patrol as Battalions. AT STETSONThe
one which is covered and get the basic needs to I't"ducethe Applications are being accepted
for her ? number of accidents involving from almost all fields popular musical which
coverage expenses t'
A. No. Merely to transfer a drivers of high school age. of construction: work Including played to over 3, 00 people aI
students builders, electricians this past summer will be performed
person from a non-certified The number of
nursing home to one certified driving cars or motorcycles to equipment operators steelworkers at Stetson University'sStover
does' not qualify a person for school is on the increase, as and utilltlesmen. Enlistment Theatre at 8 p. m. October
3, 4 and S.
---- Is for at least two n
and one half years with rate Utilizing a cast of over 62
and pay grade determined by and a crew of 34, "My Fair << Mm.I I, (1111)
LINGOLD TILEFINE civilian experience. Two yearsis Lady" Is the most difficult
required to qualify for Petty production ever staged at
FLOORS BY ARMSTRONG Officer Third Class and Stover Theatre. Bruce Griffithsis HERLONCAflameless
INLAID VINYL CORLON eleven or more years civilian the director and "Prof
experience needs to be considered Harold M. Glffln directs the mrnunammCOHGRESS
CARPET BY STEVENS for Chief Petty Officer. music.
INDOOR OUTDOOR Pay and allowances are the Stover Theatre will not sell
same as paid to regular Navy season tickets this year but
FLOOR SANDING and applicants with prior military those wishing to reserve seats
CERAMIC BATHS QUARRY TILE service will be given may do so by writing to Stov-
credit for all active and re-
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'-; J"1 ,. ".f: VrW A9XH1ARYTO BIRTH
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6; 'O\ V4WS ot FoK.... Well TAYLORMr.

.... ., Air will meet at 8 p. m. LESLIE LEWIS

.. . Monday O s.* r 7 at the pest a4 MIL Buddy Taylor
rw. ". .t herwe West Mee.Iy. Blvd. Bwt of Haw Cek Me te prowl'
neat, aeeerdhac to OrbsJe..e. parent* of a ears bore Taosday 1
... October 1 at 12:11 p. m.
jfJiMMM Mf kM"l brine at Halifax Hafpttal tA Daytona -
arHe&sfer Bed Cress @i4yrBaps Beaeh.

to he meeting' )IfS. He weighed eight pounds-
Gfeen saM. seven ounces at birth and has
HOME FROM VACATIONMr. been named Leslie Lewis Tay
and Mrs. Eugene Felts lor.
4 Y have returned to their home Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tucker
at Flagler Beach after spending Haw Creek are the maternal
two months vacationingat grandparents and Mrs. Louise

Hint. Mich, Indiana Illinois Taylor Conyers, Ca. Is the paternal
Georgia and Ohio. grandmother.

l'botO. ? Th o c H.'. Mrs. Joann Crews was high
Supervising Principal Cliff McGriff la shown Introducingthe scorer: when the Finesse Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Willisof

Bunnell High School faculty at the September meeting. Bridge' Club met last Wednesday Ormond Beach are theparents
of a daughter Sheila
at the home of Mrs. BessEstes
Marie, born at 6:57 m. Sept
DEEN REUNION 25 at Bunnell General Hos
high was Mrs. Rosely
TO WOMAN'S CLUB Cameron. pital. She weighed six pounds,
nine ounces at birth.
Mrs. Ernest Brlel. Jr.. Satellite The group met Wednesday
Beach, F. F. W. C. DistrictSix OCT. 6 evening at the home of Mrs.
Director was guest speak Of Interest to many local Mary Gurnee at Flagler
er at the Flagler Woman's residents is the fifth annual Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friedman .
Club luncheon-meeting last reunion of the Deen Family of Deland announce the
Wednesday at the clubhouse. Association which will beheld WEEKEND VISITORS birth of a son born Saturday,
Program Chairman Mrs. E. P. at the Jetty Lodge, Fort Mrs. Ned Seville, Miss Carrie Sept 28 at 6:55 a. m. at Hal
Fleurie and the Executive Clinch Park Fernandlna I Deen of Gainesville and ifax Hospital Daytona Beach

Committee members were hostesses Beach Florida Sunday, October Mrs. Pratt Johnson of Bartow He weighed six pounds-
at the affair. 6th. spent the weekend at Flagler twelve ounces at birth and
Mrs. Max Hall and Mr*. Notices have been mailed to Beach and Bunnell visiting has been named James Pace.
Miriam JUne presented a more than 400 descendants of rY with relatives. He is the grandson of Mrs.L. .

musical program. Phillip Deen the Revolutionary M. Whltaker of Bunnell.
It was reported October 10 Patriot of this family. 1 Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. Ed Mrs. Marie Friedman, Deland,

was the deadline for calendarads whose son, Nathan Deen was monson and their granddaughters Is the paternal grandmother

and birthday names. one of the early pioneers of Karen and Lisa
The next meeting will be at South Georgia.An Massey, spent the weekend in C. H. Gordon of Ocala was

2 p. m. Oct. 9 at the club all day program Is plan j Jacksonville where they attended a weekend visitor at the homeof
house. ned with registration beginning the Shrine Circus and Mr. and Mrs. C P. (Bruz

About thirty members at. at 10 a. m.. picnic dinner \lsited' the Jacksonville Zoo. Gordon Bunnell.

tended itt 12:30 and the annual
meeting at 2 p. m. Photo by neo C ne'n PTA REGISTRATION
JAN 7ERRTMAN The noted genealogist the Mrs. Don Jordan right pinsa
CELEBRATES Honorable Judge Folks Hux- flower on Mrs. Z. D Holland,
BIRTHDAYA ford of Homervllle. Georgia, first grade teacher, who begins <<
is expeected to attend. her thirty third year
of Jan Ferryman'sclassmates .
group --- ----- -
Officers serving the association
this are: Ralph
for all celebration year CONNECTICUT
day an -day
Deen. Baxley, Georgia President
at her home. 1207 E. Lam. Joanne King Hall, Talla
; Martin Fisher, Sumter.S hassee. Florida and Theodore
bert Ave.. Bunnell. Jan celebrated
her twelfth anniversary. .uth Carolina. Vice President Raymond Imhoff, Stamford,
; Mrs. J. C. Deen, Bun Conn. married
were Septemher
nell, Treasurer and Mrs. Z. G.liolland .
; 6 at Stamford.Mrs. -ifi
Enjo>ng the gala occasion
with the honoree were Cheryl Jr. Bunnell, Secre Imhoff Is the daughterof : -wffi

)f( riU. Elaine Weeks, Deb. tary. Mrs. Henry Tompkins of
bie Holdridgf. Robin Pelllcer, Jacksonville and the niece of
Paula Kiwala Elaine Skolar DENISE TUCKER Mr. and Mrs. C. B. King of 11

and Rhonda Williams. ELECTED PTA Bunnell. Her husband is the
son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
PRESIDENTBunnell William Imhoff of Springdale
Junior High F. T. A. Conn.
HONORED ON elected Denise Tucker president The newlyweds are residingin
when they met Sept. 26 Stamford where he Is employed ia.
BIRTHDAYMiss for their first meeting of the by Pit MY-Bow.. as an Photo by Tbo \:. lie In
Melanie Cody celebrated school year. accountant Mrs. Dave Ferryman and Mrs. Henry Scott of the PTA membership -

her sixteenth birthday Friday Other officers elected were committee are shown registering Mrs. C. C Smith. Vice
night at a party at the Karen Clegg vice president; ATTEND FOOTBALL CAME President T. A. Jones Is observing the signing up of members.Q. .
Bunnell Civic Center given by Debbie Johnston, secretary; Among those from Bunnell
Misses Elaine Tucker and Davey Solomon, treasurer; attending the Florida vs. FSU
Ruth Hunter. Cherry Wadsworth parliamentarian football game In Tallahassee
More than one-hundred Invited ; Debbie Meeklns, chair Saturday were Charles and If your wife (or boss) asked you to

guests enjoyed a scavenger man of projects; Ronnie Brock, Pat Cow-art. Walton and Mar get the following, as quickly as possible
hunt and dancing dur reporter; and Sharon Spivey. gie Kinney Louis and Joy
ing the evening. historian.By Stefllk. Tommy and Patsy where would you go?

Blue, green and white was Reporter Ronnie Brock Durrance and daughter Rebecca .
the color scheme used In the Dave Ferryman and 1. Instant Insanity
attractive decorations Mrs. Effle Holland of Vero daughter Kay. Cliff McGriff 2. Picadoos
throughout the halt Refreshments Beach spent the weekend In and Duke lolcDanlf'l.UI .
of cake and punch were Bunnell visiting her son In 3. Carom BoardA.

served by the hostesses. law and daughter Mr. and ht1f.LAIJ
".Irs. Cecil Hazelllef and fam- '
MASS. VISITORS iiy. Flagler Beach; Margaret Baker's 5 and 10 has these items

Wells Flagler Beach; Helen
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bow. "-
ATTEND FTVACONVENTION Kruger, Flagler Beach Ethel
Jr and Richard of
en. son
Berkley, Bunnell; Mae Johnson
Hingham. Mast, enroute to
Bunnell; Ruth Watkins,
Fort Lauderdale to reside, are Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Holland. Bunnell; John Solomon Jr., BARNES SEA FOODOpen
staying at Flagler Beach a Jr.. were in Miami Sept 23.27 Bunnell; Lewis Smiglelskl,
"'Hk1th his mother, Mrs. to attend the 25th Annual Korona; Edmund Reynolds
Thursday Thru
Bradford Bowen. Sunday 5 till 10 m.
Florida Fruit and Vegetable Ormond Beach. Levina Haake.St. .
Miss Gall Bowen to
plans .
Association Convention at the Augustine.
leave Friday to return to her
Americana Hotel DISMISSED: Shirley Par-
home at Los Calif. WEEK
Angeles Mr. Holland Is State Director rish. Maria Zlchittella. Alice
after visiting month with
a of FFVA. Thacker Molly Lane Horace
her mother. Rlddell Grace Watt Ben Southern Fried ChickenAll

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walters Brown. Bertha Plummer, Bernice .
and son Robbie spent the Hall.RETURN .
weekend at Century Florida You Can Eat $1.50

Mrs. Z. C. Holland Jr. and where they visited his mother FROMVACATION Served
Mrs. II. T. Cook are attendingthe Mrs. Bea Walters and Mr. and Homemade Biscuits and Honey

Annual UDC State Con. Mrs. Dan Purvis and family. Court Clerk and MrsCeorge
vention at Orlando Sept 30- Moody and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Roasted OystersAll
Oct. 3Mrs. Mrand Mrs. Charles Cowart Kahlert returned home Saturday .

Cook .is State Recorderof and Mr. and Mrs. Walton Kinney after two weeks vacation You Can Eat $3.25
Crosses. spent the weekend at trip to the New England
Both are members of the Bainbridge Ca. as house.* states.
General Joseph Eggleston guests of Mr. and Mrs. C H. They stopped' at Fairfax
Johnston Chapter of United Knight, former Bunnell res Va. where they were overnight FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH ,FISH
Daughters of Confederacy.Mr. idents. guests of former residents

11r. ;.and Mrs. Leonard CHOICE T-WNE STEAKS
and Mrs. J. 1L Souther- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dur- Moody. Earoute home they
land and family of Vero Beach ranee and daughters Rebecca visited In Atlanta. Ca. with South
arrived today to spend the and Leona were weekend Mr. and )Irs. Miles Moody of St. Augustus 4 miles on US Hwy 1

weekend In Bunnell with her houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. and In Athens Ca. with Mr At Moultrie-Sign on right
mother Mrs. Neva EIsenbach. Jimmy Helms at Tallahassee. and Mrs. Tom Kahl rt.



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of ..t.r.i**. adth ,. IV TIIK .n... ftowth H' 'Weis Tt. nXtMrl.IIA .t
aii>n* .... ..ortii Mttftdarr af i IiMh l.
the said ..nMiint *.art r .. "'- ".. ...-" 7tk
1.1 tha a art. ftNA HAHVURT pt
dlatanr.0rtJtl wot. to alnt rt $ ; ..... gtrMtAs.wa
A .r.*rtlo with th. .otrtWr Agt. .
A + r.1u
....'1' boundary of Caaltr OAIL r HARVUCTIWdMt .
..t. thn. .Mill M' ir T tot ... hor..jr nolMlod tfca-t
W.... along tho i U....t.r- MKTI4 K T fr 1/IVM'I> a auilt hM boon fl* d ... at puss
I, boundary of X ..I tr.... THE MTAtJr Or rVMIIDA. TO: Hi HM a.oo ........ _u... a.d
a .I..N W *U fort OAIU II UtUU.T RYLlJI' you aro hor b thumb floodlit* to' H.... r/. Mr*. K. A. e r.HI s..w.r with the Cloth fltI
I ii dlataar* of m f..l to t.. 14 hurray Cwrtliaa .... U.wrt. a.x( to ..rv. a aoiTupon
point of boa-fcHtto M.H.. C.HfornU ,4IMTow t......, the UUTffM.rwhoMliaJM
into h....*,. Bott Flagler County farmers have started cabbage trans-planting 4.0('" llo.. .Macs rvnttowln are a *fwi a ?
Mouth II* *C ...... a .... wit baa boon Slod against |r_ in aid addr** IJaiwo -:
operations. Cabbage are not planted directly In the field, but tanco of It* t_.. th..... the above .ntttl* Mouth. U' If W.... .... you arc hereby roqwlrod to ... r>. a Ioi MSBtMHioH.
are sown In seed beds until a certain size then the plants are lane of 1M toot. l 41 tn. your answer with .... t.'k of Floridanot
transferred to the fields for a uniform stand. Cabbage plantednow north...,., boundary of this Court: and to "rY. a cwpyIhvrvof lalf than Novrntbrr 4. A. D..

; wilt ** ready for harvest In early December Labor saving 1It.._- fl'"''tr.1 West; lh"rr.!..*North.". pta4attffa upon.uer.the.,. whooo plaintiff nanw or .1554 If. you fall to do ao. FV fault

machines have accelerated the transplanting operation. The nrthaatrly boundary and addrvva It: rtl bo NiUred against you far
Mr..*. a ,..... WALTER A. HHBU BT IHo roust demanded ta tha bill"
four-row planter above, is shown In operation at the Herschel JHw. tHt ... **H'ofIf III Mouth Palmetto A .nuItaytoaa *f mnwlatat. Tho natur .f
dt.tanr.rt Florida aid soft tnhir for
I and Larry King farm !la' St. Johns Park. The King brothers are Kate a 11 leash.
f-4 to the potot .r .... not lags than November 4. A. D. MTOKCKWITNHXM
cooperators with the Flagler Soil and Water Conservation District I .f Ihl. 4...TiHtonrlii !>.. my hand. and seal
.. are It you fall to do ... Ifefault 0' said Court this Mth day ofMeptemlxtr
!... Miacnilc RMrMUn rr/rrre to will bo rnlrv you f. A. n. 1X1(2BOKOK .
no ..'1.'.... offset art with. the '....f d.m and.... In ,... Mil U. MOODT
ronuinln .... .("".per.oil of _m.I.... Tho ntturo of aalit t" .rlt of Mid Clreult'
IRRIGATION VITALIN TINt MM property .. salt .bring far Court
IS CABBAGE FARMING MM. belnv Mri4 to as for ItlVOHCBWITXBMM Cf)fftcofa' Meal
Ilify MM
judgment .ubJ.rt .. my hand and .ral Hy Kathy_ a U 8m."
..t'hI prior _rt. .any....and all of MM Court IM Mth day fMrptvmbr Iteputjr (TurkOut
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Another operation associated with" cabbage setting Is sprtnkJer .

Irrigation. Young cabbage plants must be Irrigated or watered .

in some manner as soon after setting u possible. The periodof 100 Percent Antron Nylon

irrigation would be longer during dry weather tKan when I'

moisture conditions are Ideal as at present Herschel King is

I shown above with sprinkler system In operation In the back
I ground Dresses 995

I FOR SALE-Frlgldalre electric

CLASSIFIED l 30 inch range $4500; Dinette
! Formica table and 4 chairs

: ADVERTISING 1000. Phone -39.2127. -Itp. PERMA PRESS DARK
--- -
1rJI WANTED-IO to 20 acres with SHIFTS I

1 I hoinesite. Call 439-2565 after ............._...._..__..._.........._...._...._...._......._.............. 6.95

6pm. Oct. 3, 4tc.

fields Installed Rota Kurt Flagler Beach will receive ...._...._....._...._.... .8.95
; sealed bids up to 5:00 p. m.

snail shell Reasonable prices Nov. 7. 1968 on four (4)) parcels *

Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 of city-owned land located
In Hillcrest Subdivision.
"BREEZE"NURSERY Beach. Legal descriptions
TROPIC : Flagler

Let us help beautify Flagler are available at the PANTS .................._..............,. --_.. T .._ .....4.95
County. Large variety of evergreens City Hall. The City reserves

palms, hedge plants. the right to reject any and

SH miles S of Bunnell on all bids. Oct. 3. 10 17. 3tc. ONE GROUPBLOUSES

U. S. 1. Feb. 15-ttc -- -
Will trade 1963 Rambler wag ,

;;; R A Air Condition. Au. TOPS \
SINGER-S166 equipped on. H. __L.. Only 1.99
with" zigzag and button-holer tomatlc Transmission. For or

In nice cabinet 5 payments at as down payment on lot or

$838 or m 76 cash. For more acreage. Phone 439-2068. lie ONE GROUP PERMA PRESS WOOL

information write" Service Sewing

Center! Box 393 DeLand, Vacant lots and acreage for SKIRTS _._............_...._...._..... r 2.99
Florida. 32720 Aug. 13 tfc.
sale. Free appraisals given. t

AMBITIOUS PERSON: needed Charles L. Trad. Realtor. Ph.

due to expansion. Serve Consumers 253-6349, 5 Nancy Dr. Daytona FLEXNIT LONG LEG POWER NET

with Rawlelgh Products Beach 32014 Oct. 3-4tc.

full time. Can GIRDLES Small!K.Diedium Large
or spare week mor LEGAL AUTEKTItBMCSTIV : _....... :'J ._...._._.._.._..._ 5.95
earn $125 per or

Write Rawlelgh C. R. McDan- FLAULKH riRd IT ,4'Ai'Ol HT 1TV. PM>H.IIIA -

ieU Memphis Tenn. 38102.

FU-360-765 9.26, 10-3 2tp. CITIZENS B4NNEl1.MIL A4TI BANK P1AfltUM.V OK*..BUNNKLU 443-H CHEMISES by Kayser white, Coral. S y Blue ... 2.99 .

FOR SALE-Two maple bunk a ...... Banklaa Corporallon.
beds with box springs and llalatlff.

mattresses. Call before 10:00 3. M KING and '. '
hi. .lf.. KAYSER PANTIES. .
TeL 439-2331.
a. m. Itef.ndaata.OTICK _.... t.. im..p
or r-OHKCUO Rt:
FOR SALE-Fishing rig 14 ft. ALK
Ouchita aluminum boat, live TO THE ()Eri: II.AST1I HEREIN -
.... A O'AI.I. well winch anchors paddle, GLOVES Assorted<< Sizes and Colon .
life running lights IT MAT UI HEItEBT GIVEN .......... .. M 1.50 pre
preservers that .... tof 4.,.1.... own...:
commercial depth and fish It MIL .. U.rk af fJt4I ':'1,.
under 9's horse Johnson motor cult Court ......." Judicial Clr
la and fr F1agi r Ca aty.n .
3-speed electric motor rMa. n4r.. pursuant toby an4 MOJUD HOSE :
marine battery ,heavy duty ..,... of a Final I .tr.. of .. ._...._.__.. .80 pr..
TM-loaar. .11" .'" IA tM above .
tilt trailer $57160. Call 439- .nltl.4 r a.*., pn4ln la tin
2127. ltp. OrcHlt Court .W..nth JudicialCtrcalt. ",.
la and for nmcUr Countjr. .
2 HOUSES FOR SAL&-3: bedroom Florida. iClvll Alba Na.
"'.Pt will within ta. kcal tit
house, partially furnish hour of aal k tw.... II:.. A, '
M. sad > M I*. M. OB Friday tkaII
ed, with furnished 2-car ga day *f October. It'.. at tba t T''I4'
rage apartment Comer lot. front "door .t tile n.e'.r CoaatfCourthoMM. :
bedroom unfurnished frame B aall. Florida. ( J
for for sale and oni Mil at >. .-
house also. 2 blocks fromocean. lie alI_ t* tho ..Ie...... and
439- boat ald .r for rack, all the
Call 439-9200
rl.hC tltU. lntr t and BUNNELL
2125. Oct. 3. Stp. .... .''' J. U IUSfJ FLORIDA


. t '1

ing the "196R Call to Pryr g-THC rUMtB TBI1WMC 'THVM. OCTOMR X tftttM

and lilt Denial" sad MA ftf*
ftM*1 Mt pal". MrtMar gait Owntry a.b nutting will beat
CHURCH | (known M bee
I 8 p. m. at tfce ....# of
o will he served M a tdnlnto ID' .
Mn. Danny JMflllI. Rim
ttlsa and writ?, ispMwwed.
NEWS- .peace Coder ..... Bier ......- tai. Mallow*** Carnival

It .. 9t will tweet at 8 p. m. at Patty wtU be.MllllIlI"f. '
CALENDAR OF the MM i nit Matt, S. Bf f. .
lla et, Bay Scant Two? 471BAFTttT rsgwlarmeetitag.

life ( O

Weekly Sermon Perhaps our society needs a TOMYi Plaffer fe*. city liar 9aarc Tine. tsar SCAVENGER
reevaluation of a Christian's RlJ1Il'uhft meeting at 7:39p. : ......
.... Oliver F. TeyIM. Pastor perspective on .life. Through m. t-0./ HUNT .

BuaaeU First lfaitedM.tsodkt Christ we proclaim the peel. f.e-) WEBMEfBAYi Flatter. WornMI'S The hinter Department of
Chureit tive. This' is the day far a new Dunned Band Parents AMoeterton GMt meeting at 2 p. the Brwrwtl Raptbt churchmet

.... "I will Me a new sear will JIIIHt *t 8 p. .... In wl. at tM ClflOAQttoCf. 1MN at the ehwreh Friday evening I
A NEW SONG to tt+tce. O God." Psalm H4:9. 1ft the u4 room at BHS. S. Omni Ave FUgterBeaeh. to enjoy a scavenger t
Mn. Jnee Murray will pre. Report on the CIty hunt and weiner roast at Lake ,
The native asperse of We ttde. of Flagler census will be Neoga. Thirty Juniors participated.
has subdued many people today given. .
God has always called ..
- -
PLAN HYMN SING FRIDAYS Bunnell Bulbs vs. -
Ms people to a fullness of
SL lna conference
life but until an Individual The Flagler Beach Fleet' S
St. Augustine.
dteeevef a complete trust In Baptist Church will have a game
Game time is 8 m.MONDATi .
God We will remain with "hymn sin*" Sunday eventa*. f.o- p. BUDDY KNOXANNOUNCES 1

negative aspects which often October 6 at 7 p. m. Hagler County
will overpower one's person' Special music will be pro. Commissioners meeting at
ality. To love means Involve vided by the church choir directed
9:00 a. m. In the cemm4
meet and It also means to by Judson Stryker. Mrs.
sionen at the court
take a risk. If we loved no Anita Hirst Is pianist. Highlight house. HAROLD HIGGINBOTHAMIS
one we could not be hurt. of the musical program t
However, life would be of little will be a piano solo. 4-0-1
The Bunnell Commissionmeets
value If we were not In. The public Is cordially In- CIty ASSOCIATED WITH
at 7:30: p. m. at the
volved with others. vUed.
Bunnell Hall.
In these days we need positive City '
people who can find l-o-i BUNNELLAMERICAN 1
newness of life In spite of the
problems which seem to be Governor Joe Gllarde.
TIME CHANGEDThe address the 1
as a millstone around the Orlando will SERVICE
Bunneil Lions at 12:15 at
neck of society. However, regular monthly meetIng -
could It be that our lamentations of the Flagler Beach their luncheon meeting at I
the Bunnell Civic Center. STATIONTO
are not brought about by United Methodist Church
realism but are formed out of has been changed to 10:00 a. 4-0-1
the littleness of our lives. As a m. Thursday, October 10th Instead Florida Power and Light Co.
Christian Home Economist Ann Fisher PROVIDE BETTER SERVICE FOR OUR .
every person attests of 9:30:: a. m.
that God Is the real victor of A special program Includ- will on "party give a foods"demonstration at the FLAGLER COUNTY CUSTOMERSIN

Idlewood Club meeting at
the home of Mrs. Don Mooreat
ATLANTIC HARDWARE 8 p. m. Thewill be a




25c and 50c Each 1-p BonnelL Florida .--I---= --- =-- --n-_:..-" .

PHONE 439.2303 50/
710.12 Lemon StPalatka.
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I Phone EA 5-9166 VOLUSIA MINIMUM S3.G00-90 DAYS


Repaired & Reflnished I

K. CRAIG. Funeral Director Mattresses & Box Springs _BR Ph. 677-8217 17$ W. Granada
Made to Order Also Renovated -- --
JOHN CAPO. Manager Ormond Beach. FloridaBINGO
Call Laura Morris 437.3233
AIR OXYGEN After 6:00 P. M.
LADY -- -. -----. --- --- -
ATTENDANT -- --- ------ -

last as near as your
Phone ID 7-3532 Phone or Post Office
8:00 P. M :
Drop Us a Card or Call
Free Pick-up & Delivery

--- -- -- ------- -- FREE REFRESHMENTS .

TONIGHT (Thursday)


107 N. By St. P. O. Box 65? -SPONSORED BY-

BUNNELL, FLORIDA Disabled American Veterans .

FREE ESTIMATESBAR dedicated fo Jim Booe Chapter No. 86

FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS positive, constructive


I Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving "


Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts

FINE HARDWOODS Bulldozer-Dump Trucks-

Mont orders filled within IS working dtrrs. Now Serving
all areas In 75 mil tad. of BunnelL

CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 437-3323


Flagler Beach-Tel. 439.2471

1 SAVE-BY-MAtti > \


ABOVE AVERAGE \ \ i after you see

RETURNSWe your doctor. .

Pay Postage Both Ways IU Wi i.,. (IIU), bring yourprescription

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f SOCIAL nh daisM ihiiuiil. .be. Died 7-TWC rL.\OLU Tl1tR PIE 7WMS. 0C ltlitift J. MMFteh

1100 Late l Iilllil..Ily. -- .
REPR EHT A Caaaa .has sirs.
a w-
4NSMM Mo l- aap
a...... __
lag the .. .. _
.. eltlrhg tar Jl .....A ..nWsaw afprwss "
r To ....... are ...... danat.still It
Classify p 31r1..... h ISII plus Cat
: A representative frasn hi ..... M sealhp. aM atsssa/s. >tlaay (

Y AvusU K., ... Social Stcwtty Onto pew eosl u e ttra'- aw
> 11 J.....rr CM fc*
snmetline. nah
with shelltati.Crabs .
fe* In Bunneil from ':30

, The American taxpayer .. if:** man Tuesday. (> tf ...- aa4yig fix are Cruatacea which Includes LAW

particularly atotortou. haw br Ida at the meeting ..* brine title fagslN..g ........ clay"stt and

helled out Mlllom of Mlai Hafter Housing Propel. when they _e i .. shrimp. The sh.IUUIi. law does curb crinnWilCom -

far rite cmwtr uction of stf. ** ..: not to taw of
apply taking
The O/lh r calls ....... 9cHal cartl. L
iwafe sad s.p.r.highway Swajftty erwtacsa.
tilt fact Retirement .
Evtutofiee af
They have spent adiMtioiMlmuttons ..ibwid be flted :2 or 3 ..) A recorvl sjrnuags ttt The rMbwa why ottur
at .
and safety .
sa upkeep areas at Flaginr County arcunaatlofatlory
hMw NlftN'lMftt.
year. pcovMon ctofeaM sfcottM b* AM a* far shellfish
affanTanBToVSSnVnTnWal .
die slat
In of this
ftpite IICHMIMMWInveatment. are: ill Ho fimstniiss, from
"OM' bee+o-ties .
arM. et
Proof palrlstelM
we Mill And ow Inlets wMcAi peatftetc the exehange
self. .eeaoyMel5t t... ; e
t.F.fHL 'In'f1nTI''fn'
highway system Inadequatetransportation of wal rs by tidal ac

J, to Tweet eve ...... 1M to rten; 12 auo-putfacc drainage
I by truck and H\TII "111I'1 U. III"I from sprte" taN; (S> drain
she and "M) ION KI.AM.Klt (
evr lnereing
T'. KI.OHIH a. from cattle gracing lands
weight of these v 4ddes. the lit II. 11'Tlit ,.. 451-11 & AREAS and <4i wstes from boats U
motorist finds himself unable KftACla l HdBOCR.
there are other questions con
PtalatK.V. .
to enjoy the highway he has .. .. Hefty. O uty 8a attar- tart. Gene ffoily County Sanl.

built maintained because LUTHER: DOaUKR. Flagler CtoMrty HmHfc tartan Flagler" County Health

of abundance of commercial >)Tlt Defendant K TO %I'IKH .% ....... wishes to advise Department.

I rigs that block Ms way. II.1"IX .. persons that the *p-

endanger his safety and make IWtees )i A IDA 8 or THE: area In the flOFin BvT.

driving a nightmare. TO. ) UrrHKR DOMKKco part of Flatter County FORMER RESIDENT

I_ In the September issue oc MfCMUMPOUT which shellfish can be
omcK BOX 17 i
J the Florida Explorer official HAWKORO) NORTH C' vested is as fellows: The DIES IN GEORGIA

J organ of the Peninsula Motor LIXATow are. hereby aotiaod ...... River waters from Word has been received of

Club iAAA. Marvin L. Hellway. a sett na* boon brouoTbt .. 97 of the Ifttracoaatal the death of Carl S. Kendall
you .In the Circuit Court Marker 169
dub warns
president tb JwHcial Circuit In and 64. a former resident of Haw
us that unless" we wake up Ktornla, the Intracoastal Waterway. Creek. He died Friday morn

and do something about it we aM 1f-II.r yo. ar rwtiintt hereby ,,.........' area Is north of Rings ing at the Veterans Hospital

may have to content with ..... personally, or by Camp but does not in Augusta Ga. after a lengthy
freight trains on our high with tile C lerk of MM relllcer Creek. Also Illness. CIP r (I/U)
A defeno* to
your newer or *
wa)... Instead of trucks and CotnoteMit In Mid ."'t. on Creek is not included
trailers we will encounter big fore the 14th day of ( the approved are*. There Is Mr. Kendall was a native of
A. tx tw and aleo to .. Indiana and moved to Haw HERLOHGCOMRESS
In Coun
ger and heavier rigs haulingnet copy of your Answer or des area Flagler
two but three' or more upon Mes.N. onMneky and which is approved by the Creek at an early age. He lived
Aitomoy for ....."' "f. at for the there for a number of
i trailers.HoIIoway. Vat 411 Main Street Department
, points out that tees Bench. Florida. on or of shellfish. Bing's years before moving to Augusta
fore UM 14th day of (ktobeD. --- Ga. to reside.
, the trucking Industry now has 1${. a. reaulrod by tM
a bill being considered In Ma Ruhr of Civil Proc .. LKGAt ADYRRTIftKMKXT He is survived by his wife,

Congress that would permitthe and herein fall not or a Tilt "'iit/'t IT ....I'.T KOft Ruby. Augusta.
I will b* entrred against you. .. .
|.% .:it 40IVT1. M.OHI-
operation of bigger and TOil are further notlfled Funeral services were Sunday

heavier rigs removing restrictions tho name of th* Court In 1\. II. t TIOV VO f. /-': afternoon at Augusta i
MM Milt ha been LINK C Nt'NItJY.Ilainliff : .
on size and weight th. Circuit Court Seventh .
truck .-..I Can imagine a \fl.
1 you for rt*.fer County and that \ K. Ht'NDLKY.
hauling two or three" giant tUt. of aM cult I* aj br Itofemtant.

trailers In front of you on the above set forth 'uTa.liT
Toe are further notified CHAHUBM .:. Hl'MM.KT
I highway! Such a rig would th* nature of aaM *ult I* a *** residence and Poet Of .
;' be almost impossible to pass. for divorce and permanent address I* unknown.
, custody and control of the ... '
It would block all vision .
c MMronW1TNIIM ;
that tut Briton tat dhrorc tLF
II E ahead while it polluted the my hand and o been Algid against you an.t 'iiiwii
oaod at Bunnefl. Plantar (
are hereby reoiulfed to nerve
air with cloud of diesel
, a P1or44a. this Mb day of He
or wrHtfM defenses
" smoke to choke and annoy the ber A. l). 1544.nwNol .,. to It MI I...1\ HJK"V
: )I. MOODT.a ." $, Attorney' for rfoHUIff i
luckless motorists behind.
Clerk of *. address I* 4IS h IUI-
Such giant rigs would crawl Court of nailer : Avenue. |>. O. Hut MIT,
.... Florida .
, uphill and speed downhill ffc-.rh lt "
sir Kathryn L* Kmery IMo the orlKlnt with the
I with Jackknlflng inevitable If llmRT k Ilea of the abovv-vUM Court

an accident occurred. What '(CU.c T A J IMaL) ) or before October n. un.
.. Judgment be
A may
they would do to our costlyhighways Atternojr* for Ilalntlff
I re I Is anybody's guess. 411 Main MHreetItayton demanded In the Complaint
rVarh. FlorMa.ttept -....ltlon..
I Motorists ahead or behind It. It. 34 ..k-t.. S. fIIIItC mr bawd and the The 1 IL CHAINSAW

such rigs would be In con LEGAL i0TERTI-! -. : of MM *ourt on H.H -mber
.. l* t.
I stant
danger. OHOWIK M UOOIlT *
I Contending that truck rigs ,'01 HT lM) KOH "' as Clerk of Mid Court

r are too big now. Holloway I.K.H ins %T'. KI.OHIIIA .. 4) .
rHOHTr: By / / Kathryn U Kmrrr
points out that while they IN Kti aWTATK OKKATHKRINK Aa lirMitr "Vrk
comprise only 7 percent' of I irHYAN. EK. U. 34. Ort. a. H. Ue
known a* Catherine I. O --
highway traffic they are Involved ......... At. AI)1'ICRT1aE11P.Wl
I in 19 percent of the accidents %..TM .: TO 4 .. '. / .. --
All crooMor of the ..... Tilt nrvTV .I"H.-c. \
that result In fatali KatneHne I. alxi >! HT ri.A.l. :.. (1)t 3T1. aWORLDS
I ties. a* Catherine I OHyan.. d_. ..) )I Vc
are hereby notified and ,., 1'RI/I .ITw Vo. MM"
, He quotes Federal Highway to file any claims or dre : n.tatw of
which they have THOUAM LAND
Highway Administrator Low. MM elte lam.t.: office of : ....*d. .
ell K. Bridwell as saying that (: t Judce of FUler .. .: OK KVTHV OK OHIIKH: k
reduction In Involving In the Courthoue .'H I" ..11)MItlTiATlo.I S
accident .........t. KlorMa. within .!g StltleeAt1Y
large long-dlstance trucks ar neonthn from the All
: hlnr
: pvrton any
f the first publication of
and "are not demand
buses nearly notice. Boch claim or ./ or against the
approaching the acceptable must be in writing and .
r limits". Records show that for late pout oddree of tho rt and each of you are her.-
every truck driver killed ant and mui b* worn to by tlft..t that an order d *Ur-
clotnwnt. his agent or b4* axlMtnliitratUin of th* estate
thirty-eight others die ney or It will become void THOMAS LAND. d.-
While the states and the ....If to law.Hpt. a. unnecessary ha bean
rated 35th IMI.rWe.t the Honorable T. K.
Jrr : .
Federal check >> s
government J. irwin Judge of the Ooun-
heavy vehicles for weight and AnefHary f *....t.r of Judr* Court of Flatter
actato d Katherln I. t Florida The total ah
equipment, they find that four 'Kran. also known of said estate was determ LIGHTEST CHAIN SAW
out of ten fall to pass such In. Catherine 1. (Y yon. to be ....... and wa* a.-
'" by such order to: Ulllo
*pert Ion and are ruled off the cl.Al'il: :: YAkS Flairler ileac, Klorlda. CUTS
road due mostly to bad Attorney for Ancillary H. this Mb day of Septem A 6in. TltlE IN SECONDS!
po.t A. D. 154$.
brakes. om.. Di JT4 T. K. MrKnliht

The AAA Is urging every _Ht Auru.tln Kept. 3i. Oct.Florida 3. 1 HI4*. IT. Kept II.County 15. ,.Judge. Oct. a. Ito IRrmeurIrt
motorist to write or contact
LEGAL \ .. ,
Alit PhlTlaENExT
their congressmen and senator
urging them to vote l\ Till ( IHI I IT < 01 KT ... ': f.IH..T rol HT KOIt
I.IH: ( "I \TCIJK \. l'l.1)HI1)ie
against any relaxing of our nil. Illicit ,.. 430-H ... .L.:U nat ST1'. 1.0..1..

present laws on size and ) DORIS ) ( : II. AtTlttV :o.if" 4iS )'''. II "S.

weight of commercial vehicleson Halatlff.Defendant ra, ., A. HBKKAMf.Ilalntlff. $16995BUDDY

our highways. ad/TI fUILREI1E1111T. .'.

Our present roads are designed writ l: I.OV' SEKKAMf
TO U/YD / : Defendant.VOTICK .
to carry specific : factory Intuited
)Id Sparkenburr Itoad OK arty
weights and expected volumeof :fJ ..nvnie North ..: ) UU KKKKAUPfKQUOT 12 etch Dar and chain

traffic If we permit heavier YOU AKK HKItEIIY ItOAU
Kit that a Complaint for ). NEW JERSEY
loads and larger sizes we ha. been Sled against you "
will endanger destruction of you ar. required to servo ARE HEREBY NOTiri-
copy of your answer or plead that an action for divorce
existing roads and bridges to to the complaint to the )" been filed against you and

say nothing of the lives of all llfr Attorney. LELAND : are required to servo a copy
iioi .
HHAW. f O. r 4. written defenses If any.
motorists. Klorlda. 1..1t. and Sle th* OR UAWKfciNCK W. ItOllNH.
Write your congressman to- Inal answer ar pleadlac In ,,,,, for Plaintiff whose ad-
ofnce of the Clerk of the r
I* 4IS North lUllfai .AYO.
day urging him to vote Court on or before the Slth Post Office Itcn MIT Dayto- fill UONSTlATfONTOSAT
against bill S-2658. of October. 1541. If you fat Florida '''H. and ale
do a*, a order of default win ordinal with the derk of
taken acalast you for the styled] court on or be
den ia4* l In th t. OCTOBER 14. 1541; other-
DAT n at rta
For Fast ResultsIREADandUSE a judgment mar b* entered e
Bounty, orida. this Bth .
for relief de
of *e ..ab.r. |MI.neonaE ). I. MOODT.lerk H In you the complaint or p*. AMERICAN SERVICE

Circuit Court my band and tb.
n....' County of said Court on SKPTBH
By /./ Kathryn U l "'h. 1141.(1Fxe0E. STATION
Deputy Clerk. )I. MOODTA
Clerk of MM Court ,
P. A. IOX144liAW ) U. S. Hwy. 1 Dunne!! Phone 4373652f ;
...._.... Florida ..3010Attorney By: Kathryn U Emery
for Plaintiff A* Deputy OerkKept.
M.pL J4 Oct > 14) IT. It.t.. n. Oct I, 4U



FLAGLER ----- ---
moving due to the nrngti watMat's

H. t..) SPOR73

rh Gap 1 1TO

Mra. A. Bte..k scowl tisku
.a ootAshlr her huibaad
by .laiMMnc a 9g fe baas9tra wWW BUNNELL LOSES
.shieg ...r )tanks $6. )1M.
k was tMc dos afcftaap SANFORD NAVAL

for .bait: The Bunnell Bulldogs lest a "I

heartbreaker K, Sanford Naval
CAP 'LAMTURKEY Academy Saturday by a seere 1

I SHOOT of 1913. Larry Johnson teak
the kkk-ott and ran It back ;
HEl NOVEMBER 2 for the lint touchdown a* the

SERVICE game opened. ;
Civil Air Patrol member BvRf\e'fllNd the ball w.thin

fro.e planned a Turkey Shoot and the Sanford five yard line
FISHING LINEBy drawing when they met Wednesday twice during the first half but

modern AI Zamba night according to penalties east them yardage.
Has service to
a shop
Unit Commander Cary Hoi Sanford did not cross the fifty
W*.k Ending Sept 2$. 196SFlogUr land. line .
all automotive yard Into ItonneU territory
analyze problems. The Turkey Shoot and drawIng .
Beach PI.r during the first half. The ,
I will be Sunday. Nov. 2 at hall ended with Bunnell leadIng .
Come in have checked -
your car During the earlier part of 1:00 p. m. at the Bunnell Airport 6 to 0. I

from the ignition switch to the the week there were some Holland said. In the third quarter Sanford I
Tickets are available from
good catches of bass some of Intercepted a Bunnell pass i
the bass running to about 15 any CAP member. and for '
spark plugs. View it on Auto TV ran a touchdown. Sanford
Ibs Although this lasted for scored again on a Bun
Screen. only a few day's. After some BHS JAYVEES nell fumble making the score
hard fishing Carl Williams of 33-6 In Sanford' favor.
Flagler Beach landed a 12 lb. WIN 27-7 The Bunnell Bulldogs came
Have problems to ,
any 24 oz. bass using fingerling The Bunnell Junior Varsity back and John MeOaniel '

mullet The rough water has eleven outclassed St. Joseph scored a touchdown on a 12
you by professional personnel.Have slowed the fishing to a standstill )
Juniors Tuesday night with an yard run. John Cook kkked .

front wheels checkedand Impressive victory. After leadIng the extra point making the
your (-o-i 27.0 at he half Coach score tie at 1313. I

Surf fishing Jack Hardln elected to play In the last four minutes! ,
aligned by precision equip-
Odell Hersey landed a 15 15. the second' team on all second Sanford Naval ran an Inside .
ment. bass last Wednesday morning half defense. tackle for a 40 yard touchdown .

while fishing In the surf northof Warned Williams scored making th.ftnal score'
two touchdowns 19 to J13 for a Sanford victory
Come in, see us. Look over our Flagler Beach on long runs.
t-o-i lie returned a punt 68 yardsfor

modern shop. Jack Cenung's Fish Camp the second touchdown of OPCC WOMENS
the game. His other TD was
The and Jack hasn't much Information made on a 65 yard sprint. COLT RESULTS
services cost
repairs no as to fishing this week.
Evan Yelvington scored the Mrs. Margie Kinney was
No offshore boats were out
more with a professional serviceman. due to the bad weather and first goal on a 5 yard run. winner of Class A play Tuesday
Willie Glddens scored the morning at Ocean Palm
fishing the canal has fallen
off. fourth TD on a 60 yard run. Country Club. Mrs. Mia K..... ,
Quarterback Chip Johnston ke was Class B. winner.

Bring your car to Shelton Brooks Devil's Elbow 4-0-1 Fish Camp scored the extra points twice' Lot putts was won by Mildred .
while Leonard King scored Rockett

for all its needs, from a light bulbto We have no Information from the third extra point.St. .

the camp. T. A. Eat man, own. Joseph Juniors made BULLDOGS TO PLAY

a valve job. We appreciateyour er. was not .available. their only touchdown In the The Bunnell Buldogs will
second half. The game ended travel to St. Augustine Friday
patronage. Inlet with a Bunnell victory of night to play St Joseph Acad
1003 So. State St. (U. S. 1) BUNNELL, FLA. Some bass still being taken emy.
but the blues are biting good
PHONE 437-3572 Corduroy was developed In
If you can keep<< your line from
the 18th century.Puttingyoufirsts .
The Bunnell Junior Varsity
team will play St. Augustine
D It B In Bunnell Tuesday
night at T-3)

: R sES

(A quick tour of some of the thoughtful new features the 1969 Chevrolets

offer that other cars in Chevrolet's field don't.)

Headlight washers You spin your wheels once, Variable-ratio power steering (RESTORECONSmmiONAl
wait a moment, and you're ottb particularly helpful in short
You push the windshield with traction you wouldn't befull turns.
washer knob and hold it,and your lieve possible on slick ice, orpacked And parking becomes unbelievably
headlights! come clean
snow. easy. You'll see. GOVERNMENT
Fluid is diverted to two jet Available on all 1969 bigi
nozzles each light lens. (Outer Chevrolets. Walk-in wagons I refum to responsible
lights only on duals.) The tailgate swings open like cOnsevafismlHERLMG
The spray removes up to Steering wheel lock a door on most of our 1969 station
80% of accumulated dirt. .
When you own a car as deWBItJft&
The feature is standard on Which in itself is no big deal
1969 sirable as the 1969 Chevrolet,
Corvettes with the
comes But wait there's
you don't take chances. more.
hidden headlights avai.lable", Wbmyouleaveityou1ocldt. We've built a 00I'K'''p
Camaro Caprice and Kingswood
Not just the doors. Into the rear bumper.
Estate Wagons. is available
onall You lock the ignition steer You simply step up. over
other models Corvair.Heated .
except and in.
ing wheel and transmission lever,
..... too. (The way we build our
glass I Our new lock on the steering wagons you can do and without! I
In moment wincolumn 1 takes care of all that.bumpanr your head, without I
a your rear
acxobca tics. 1
dow will self-defrost Standard on all 1969 Chevrolets )
Chevelles, Chevy Novas.Walk into a wagon soon at
Because we've built.onto. it
: gyros and Corvettes. your Chevrolet dealer's.capable I
a network of tiny ceramic strips
of heating the entire Sorry,car thieves.
sur.I ,
69 Impala Custom Coupe

face.Fog and frost disappear Power steering plus ..... ;
quickly and quietly.You just flick The 1969 Caprice. Impala
- a switch. and Camaro are available with a -,
The heated rear window is new type of power L
available on the 1969 Caprice steering ,,
Coupe and Impala Custom Coupe Variable-ratio ..,tea -- ,
power steering.What .

Pushbutton tire chains it .
docs is give
You press a button on the you faster
instrument panel and the rear steering with
t Cal
tires get a shot of "liquid tire fewer turns of Wi/CMif (i/U) ,
chain." the wheel I
..\0'. I


J.Putting you first, keeps us first. CdHWESS8THE .fir


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