The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
October 10, 1968
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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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VOl.. 51 NO. 4S THURSDAY. OCTOJt" 19. 166 A TEA


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-L.E i(',, 411j", : The School Board reviewed ,
the 1'f'Hftof bids for fifteen
vIs \/.f ,d' i
!" typewriters for Bu- neil High ,.
School. The bid of International .

Business Machines for .
$ was accepted. Payment I

y k wiN be made over a period of t

irIJI; charge time without any Interest ,t

Superintendent James Craigreported I
rri. that he must ale a
r : with health Welfare
Is r report
and Education Department In
Washington by October 15th
Indicating what plans this _
Board has for total Integra

: term.tion for the 1969-70 school

After a discussion of alternatives
1 U l e sal t
Craig recommended'
Miu Btttto Sut Darns that the School Board proceed

Bunnell Senior High School ..j with plans to erect such build.

Social Studies Teacher Ings as are necessary to con
Miss Darus was graduated -- 1L 4 ] solldate Bunnell School No. 2
from University of Florida In so as to completely eliminateall

1906. She Is a member of Alpha r .. "*' :" ..." ____ segregation In Flagler

al Kappa Delta and Nation. : t-r!-{ ,' w,.'4 ri County Schools. He explained
Honorary Sociology Society ," # that a survey would be required
She was on the Palatka ... to determine what and
Senior f'hoto .y Th.. "* H rt.
School where!
High faculty for facilities should be
two years where she sponsor The former Library room at BUS has been completely" remodeled and converted" to business erected \

ed Uttle Womenand direct classrooms. The new rooms are used by typing students (pictured above), business studentsand Craig stated that the next

ed the Pep Club". the school annual staff. step would be to call for a

Miss Darns resides In Pa -- bond election at which the
latka. BOARD VIEWS MRS. MOORE BUNNELL CITY freeholders would have the

right to accept or reject the
ROAD PROJECT proposal.The .

y The Flagler Beard of County BULLETVOU D POLICEMANThe vote was 3 to 2 to accept -

Commissioners adjourned Mrs. Louise E. Moore. 46. Bunnell City Commissioners Craig's recommendation.'
Voting yes were Mrs.'f' .
1 their meeting Monday morn was found In her bid with a hired Jack Black 39.
tog to travel to Flagler Beach bullet wound In her chest of Raleigh N. C. as city po II. V. Peavy and Dave

j to get a first hand view of'the early Sunday morn&c at her iceman at a meeting Monday Ferryman. Voting no were
Harold Emery and Raymon F.
..t, proponed road to be paved home at FlaglecBesfMaccord'Ing night by a 3.2 vote. Tufket
with soil cement at Ocean to Sheriff P. A. Edmonson. The County Sheriffs Ofiipe'has '
Emery stated that he w..
Palm Club at Flag
rt'raoto Country been providing police protection not
r necessarily opposed to
ler Beach. Sheriff Edmonson said the In the city for the past
the.proJK't., but. that he need
The Board had agreed sev State Attorney's Office Is assisting several weeks after two form
more time to determine
real months ago to pave the with the Investigation er policemen resigned to accept
what the desires
of the
street with the OPCC agreeingto of the shooting death. A other Jobs.
pay for the cement to be pistol and a bullet removed Thet"Omm1salonf'FS told might be. Tucker stated that
I A he; was opposed to addingany
r used In the paving project from the body of Mrs. Moore Black the city was In the further
tax burden to the
The money was placed In es have been taken to the Bureau process of consolidating the
crow. Due to the bad sand of Law Enforcement in City Police Dept with the people.

condition the project had been Tallahassee for ballistics tests Flagler County Sheriffs Of.
delayed.Tillrrun. Edmonson said. flee. The commission approved FLAGLER BEACHMETHODISTS

Robinson, Soil Con. Mrs. Moore was born In Wise consolidation at a recent PLAN
servatlon Officer presentedthe County Va. and moved to meetings but hasn't obtaineda
.y 1Mw L'. Mein Board with copies of booklet Flagler Beach 18 years ago ruling from the Attorney DEDICATIONBishop

Lowrcnc Oliver entitled "An Appraisal of from Washington. D. C. She General's Omce to determinehow James W. Henley of

Is Vocational Agriculture Potentials for October Recreational was a member of Ocean Palm the city could pay the the Florida Conference will

teacher In Bunnell Development In Flag- Country Club Women's Golf county" for the service nor has officiate at the dedication' of
High School Jar County". The Board complimented Assn. the city askei4 for approvalfrom the Flagler Beach United

Robinson on the She Is survived by her hus; the county commission. Methodist Church Sunday.
He Is a native of Marlanna. booklet as well as the work band. James: a IOn Buddy The new policeman has 13 October 20 at 4:00 p. m.
Florida but spent most of his done In Its preparation. Flagler Beach; 3 daughters years of law enforcement ex The Rev. Hoover retired
life In St. AuusUne.whfte
he.- Miss Vicki Moore. Miami; Mrs.' perience. from the Rock River Conference .
school. HOG CHOLERA Donna Jean Profflt Laurel J. lie served as police sergeantIn In Illinois, moved to

He Is a graduate St. Augustine Md. and Mrs.' Joan Rhodes, Dunn N. c.. and was a patrolman Flagler Beach ten years ago
High School and at. REPORTEDIN Hampton, Va.; her mother, for the City of Palat and was appointed pastor of
i tended St. Johns River Junior COUNTYA Mrs. Lena Eye Barberton ka for 3H years.The past year the Flagler Beach Church. For

College at Palatka. He recelved Ohio; four sisters Mrs. Helen he has been employed as gen.oral two years the small congregation
a Bachelor of Science case of Hog Cholera was Payne Silver Spring Md, superintendent of Land. worshlppped In the
degree In Animal Science and confirmed In Flagler CountyIn Mrs. Evelyn Campbell. Salem Way Coating Co. In Raleigh Woman's Club Building until

,! Agricultural Economics from the Haw Creek area thisweek. Va.. and Mrs. Lillian Olds N. C. He Is married and has their church social hall was
the University of Florida In Federal and state authorities and Mrs.' Gertrude Bile both three children. Black will begin completed The sanctuary was

I' 1968. are staving In close of Barberton. Ohio; and one his assignment October completed and used for the

!'s This' Is Mr. Oliver's first contact with the County brother, Ted Eye Barbetton. 15 at $ISO a month. first time at Easter two years

i year of teaching.He Agent's Office; In keeping Funeral services will be
t resides at the Marcin close watch on other hogs In Thursday afternoon at 1:00 FARM BUREAU ago.There will be a guest min.

, kowskl Apartments on East the area. at the Flagler Beach Baptist liter at the morning worship
1 Moody Blvd.RESIDENTS. Until this case: and other Church with Rev Max Hall BANOUET OCT. 19 service and there will be a

outbreaks In Florida are clear officiating. Interment will be Invitations to the Annual reception of new members.The .
ed we would like to ask every at Hope Cemetery. Friends Flagler County Farm Bureau dedicatory service will
: OPPOSE one to refrain from visiting may call at Craig Funeral Banquet were mailed out this be at 4 p. In. and refreshments .
swine lots In other areas Home Bunnell. until 11:00a. will be served.
: CURFEW LAW week to all members and Invited
counties or on other farms m. this morning and at the guests. A fifty member choir from
I AT FLACLEB BEACH and for hog owners to prevent church from noon until the The Banquet will be held Satellite Beach United Methodist .
! visitors from ether areas from hour of services. Church will present a
October 19 at 7:30 m. In
: A of Flagler Beach
group going Into hog lot or
your Pallbearers are Charles the Bunnell High School Ca. musical program at 7 p. m.
residents 14 of them teenagers premises until the danger of
I Wendlandt. Philip Kester. R feteria. The program will Include Everyone Is Invited.TJlAKSrEJUUD .
attended the Flagler .
outbreak Is over Anyone Including
L McNab. Floyd CosselL Al
committee reports on
Beach Commission
the owner that does
Zamba and James Fields.
membership treasurer resolutions
ing Thursday night to register travel between hog farms TO DAYTONA
and nominations.
objection to the proposed should use a disinfectant to HOSPITAL
BOBBY MOODY Mrs, Norma Turner will ben '
curfew for under 18
youths clean boots Rubber boots Bud henry Haw Creek was
The commission voted unanimously should be worn for this put. BITTEN BYRATTLESNAKE charge along of Banquet with Program preparations transferred Monday from Bun.

R against the curfew pose. nell General to Halifax Hospital
Committee members
; ordinance Also at this time it is Illegal f.:' Lyman at Daytona Beach for
/ Cage. John Clegg and D. C.
The commission had a public to transport hogs from one Bobby Moody: Bunnell. was Johnston. treatment of Injuries he,sustained -
hearing on reaming five farm or place of residenceto admitted to Bunnell General while he was tiding"'

lots In Fuquay Subdivision another or to sell a hog Hospital Wednesday morning feet in length bit him jn the horse Saturday afternoon., ,7:' s.
from residential to commer through the auction market for treatment of a rattlesnake third finger on his right hand.A c

daL Several residents protested You may sell to approved bite hospital spokesman said A REMINDER .. .
the change The commissioners slaughter establishments.Call Moody, was milking snakes anti-venom was administeredand Mall your Chamber of Com
voted 4-1 in favor County Agent for list of of venom at his residence his condition was listed merce ballots not later than

f of the rezoning approved establishments when a rattlesnake about four as serious. October 12 . .

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7M writer hM been" attending Sunday Seheat a..d eJwteh
U. S. D. A. Choice
M toftg M he *a.. w...ember. He vividly rgmembets the Sunday .
School eJa*. tauefct by Mr*. Jehn Kendall In Haw Crrek In the
early and middle Twenties and Miss May Klefer letting Mm lb. 95

read the general! report In assembly.

And, then this writer bream a teacher Mmseif, a chair
member and in years back dd a good bit of lay speaking in U. S. D. A. Choice
county churches. So, It U net without experience: and observa
tlon that this article Is written. ROUND BONE I
STEAK 0b. 7S
People ask today, "\"hat Is wrong witch reHgienr The an.saver ,
Is. "There Is nothing wrong with religion It to the way SHOULDER <

the people and the churches are applying religion today.

Statistics will quickly reveal that even In so called Christ

Ian America the churches are reaching a smaller percentageof
the population each year, and surely their Influence is diminishing CHUCK STEAK lb. 58
at an even greater degree.

Some churches are suffering revolt against the discipline
of their old manner of practicing religion. Some churches are
consolidating to gain strength. Others are still trying to fight
Charles Darwin and evolution. Choice Juicy Lyke's "Sugar Creek"

Churches are attempting to gain a sodal consciousness.
They espouse the ease of the poor. But when the poor really
need' help, what do we do? Send them to The Red Cross the oz. $ Ib 312
County Commissions or other' governmental' units. 68c JL

We spend our money on fancy sanctuaries, organs, stained-

glass windows, air-conditioning and ornate lighting. Then we Fresh Fla. Grade "A" LIMIT 2 PLEASE
dress ourselves with showy clothes so that the poor would feel
completely out of place In most of our churches.We .

condemn war and bemoan our men having to go off
lb. 2S
to the service of our country. But it Is the Red Cross the veteran Whole
service organizations and the community service organizations
that actually go to the aid of the serviceman and the veteran.

We preach against the viles of segregation' ; and yet' the
churches are the most segregated Institutions existing In our
society. We talk about the needs of minorities, but, rarely does I Lyke's "Sugar Creek" OA C 0 N (Sliced 1 L AQt I
the church step In to do anything concrete to help them. SMOKED SLAB Free) V

Most churches can look around at their empty pews and
see that the youth are not a part of the church today. True, we
have an occasional youth program, but we are not willing Lyke's 12 oz. Can
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to give of our time and efforts to devolop a continuous program LUNCHEON EachHunt's or
MEAT 4ge
that will keep the youth continuously growing in the
life of the church. No, it seems easier to condemn the drugs, FLOUR
No. 300 Can
glue and sex.

We seem to think that our order of worship Itself is sacred FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 For $100 5 lb. 3ge
and cannot be changed to meet the needs of people today. Yet,

we know that our order of worship once rebelled against the Duncan Hines (Au't.) 19 oz. Pkg. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
use of musical instruments. Once there was only chanting. For
Once the sacred rooms were totally Inaccessible to the ordinary MIXES 3 100


We preach "Love Thy Neighbor". Yet' we often cannot even Jumbo RollNORTHERN PilUbury's (Sweet or Buttermilk)
get along with the people across the street or sitting In the aisle *
next to us In church. We probably have more dissention, pettiness TOWELS 25e BISCUITS
and Jealousies among so-called "church people" thaneven
Helene Curtis (Reg. or Hard-To-Hold)
exists' In our rough and tumble game of politics.

What is wrong with religion! Nothing The Christian religion HAIR SPRAY Each 39C 8 Oz. Can Sc
never changes. But we who claim to be church people Each
need to take a close look at the churches .
way our are meetIng Limit 4 with $5.00 or more food order
the demands of our rellgioa
John A. Clegg'

LETTER TO TIlE EDITOR: You builders of tomorrow, -
seek first God's Will by prayer .
Members and by the' searching of Acres 6 oz. Can
First Baptist Church lib. 43cLimit
the scriptures to make sure
Bunnell' Florida
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your opinions coincide with
My Fellow' Brothers in Christ: God's Will. Add these to your 1 with $5.00 or more food order
facts and history to Morton's 14 Size
If you look around you today past oz.
will confusion, form a concrete opinion and Ea.
you see
turmoil and misunderstanding then I repeat, get Involved FRESH PRODUCE CREAM PIES 296
nationally, politically and
in every scope of life.
Within your nation, state', religiously. With God's 4 Ib. Cello Bag
county and city malignanciesare strength to fortify you, with Ea4
prevalent that need' Just the Holy Spirit to lead you APPLESYellow
the right surgeon that only and with Jesus's love to FABONIONS
you can provide. There are also guide you, shoulder your Cooking
part of the responsibility now.
that worthwhile need your support organizations by active The life you save may be your 3 '"* 29C t 47 o ,
participation. YOUR own as well as your brothers. Size

CHURCH being one of these.If May the Holy Spirit guide I Ib. Cello BagCARROTS
asked each' citizen and you In your decisions. Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
church member has his own A concerned' church IOC
solution to the various problems member
and if confronted could Janice Murray
argue by the hour, submitting
facts from past history and
statements of reason to confirm CABD OF THAMES
his solutions. Yet how r -
With deepest gratitude we
many do you know that actually -
extend this word of thanksfor
make it his Christian
the many acts of kindnf'Sl.f'xprt'SSf'd If
Duty to write or voice his
by thoughtful (
opinion to the proper authori neighbors and friends, duringthe till
ties. (Such as voting at the illness and death of my
polls writing his congress father Grady Lee. f I '.
man talking to his church
leaders or going to his church Such kindnesses and neigh Phone 437-3227
borly thoughtfulness can never OPEN SUNDAYS
business meetings.)
be forgotten. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
My fellow Christians get In 3iOO a-rru-tOO p.m.
volved. Do not reject Christ, Frances Bowers Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good October 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, 1968
the keystone' to your structure. and Family r


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Ow Servicemen Vfce Control ,..,. .... loll George W. ...#sa Jr. aril the production of goods for
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son live at leak Oklahoma. M fI[ $1OJ band
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Arabian AM Mid ......n PPC Martin Tucker. US safety The and McKamara hmlth pteea.Wswa OHamScfvke .. ...

t CoiL Army, arrived home Friday Contract Act
While In the Persian Gwif. from Ft. .... La. to spend .
to govern conme -
i LUCE will serve a* flagship twenty day leave with hisparents
tea(ts te foiti.h NI'Ykw to
for Rear Admiral Bdwd P. Mr. and Mrs. LeslieTucker
United State through. the
King, Commander of Middle
Haw Creek.
I ,
use of service imnlsyr-tt.I Contractor
East Forre.SGT. PFC Tucker wM report to pertormmg work under

Oakland CaHf. October :M to such contracts are requlr'
WINDHAMAT I wfer duty at Vietnam
ed to observe minimum mon
) THAILAND where he will be assigned toan
nary wages, and if contract with covroge, hard
Pawl F.
Staff Sergeant Army Infantry UMt.VAGEHOUR weed JM88 they Must provide work and nw id..,.
Windham. son of M**. BH1 -- -- --
sale and sanitary workIng
Gentry of Banned' has arrived \
J eondtttoo
for duty at TakhH Royal
OFFICE OPENEDAT The Age Discrimination irEmploy >
Thai AFB. Thailand.
mtnt Act' prohibits' arbttfary
ASSIGNED TO GUAM S.rlf8nt'IMham.. a parachute ORLANDO discrimination in rmpioyment
rigger is a member of
J \ Sgt Patrick R Barrow. US the Pacific Air Force He Regional Director Henry A. of individuals 40 u
I Air Force I left Tuesday for six previously JHVf'd1th the Huettner of the U. S. Labor 65 years oM. iir
month tour of duty at Anderson 3A8th Fired MaintenanceSquadron Department's Wage and Hour
AFB. Guam. Sgt. Barrow at Plattsburgh AFB.N. and Public Contracts Division DBJC AIR'EZHIRIT
a Material Facilities Y. *, today announced the opening .
I Specialist has been fatten He .to a graduate of Wauchula. of a new /flcM office at
1 ed at McCoy AFB. Orlando Florid High School. 339 Orlando Professional Center An exhibit of the genius of
and hH.n.t"d In the Air The sergeant's wife Mary 22 West Lake Beauty Dr., Leonardo dc Vinci to on pub. r
I i Force for two and one-half .to the daughter: of Mrs. Jack Orlando, Florida 3&06, and I lie display at Daytona Beach
t yean.Sft.. Jaceby 1591 N. Venice. Tuc reassignment of William C. Junior College sponsored by
Barrow' son of Mrs. son. Ariz. Truman as supervisor In the DBJC Lyceum CommitteeThe _
Claude Barrow of B *,," i* charge. The telephone number exhibit on loan from
a 19(;6 graduate of Btmnetl UNIT WINS AWARD to H14473. IBM Corporation consists of

I High School. Airman First Class AHred The new otlCt"111 provide model built from dcVinci's _

R. Tueker Jr.. sen of Mr. and better service to employersand scientific and technical drawing
SGT. PAUL STATON Mr*. Alfred R. Tucker Sr. of employee' affected by the *. The display will" remain a
MARINE RESERVE Rt. 1. Bunneil to a member of Fair Labor Standards Act the on campus through October
the WflTth Communieatiens Walsh-Healey Public Contracts 28.
I OF THE TEAR Group that ha* earned the US Act the McNamara- Model In the show 'includea a
Sgt Paul C. Sta..... U8MCR.on Ah Force Outstanding Unit O'Hara Service Contract Act. paddle wheel ship a gear
of Mr. and Mr*. H. G. Award. and the Age Discrimination system his ornithopter. a milItary
Staten of J*Nljfl been named Marine Reserve Ofttfen specialist at HiekamAFB. city of Orlando and the following sealing feft Wlea teM.

.. of the year by the 4th Motor Hawaii will wear the counties: B vard. Citrus The exhibit Is a must for
Transport Battalion for 1967. distinctive service ribbon to Flagler. Hernando. Lake. area high school' science stu HERL0MBunnell
SgC. Stag to an active mark his affiliation with the Orange, Osceokt. Seminole dents DWC president R F.Bergengren .
member of the unit, a men/ unit. Sumter and Velusia. noted. He said the

her of the karate team 1118.III The unit, headquarter at The .Fair. Labor Standard 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. display
tional Champion USMCR pi- Hiekam. was cited for exceptional Act generaly applies to employee hours each" day will make It
III: tol team, and instructor inru I meritorious service engaged In' work coo possible for all In the communHy .
I. +trllia warfare and to platoon from January 16 to January cerned with Interstate commerce to nee. this. outstandIng -
of 1st Platoonof and to employees otcertain .
sergeant 1MB. The groups outandingcommunication exhibit. There to nocharge.
II of Company "B". support contributed large enterprises en- .

" The Sergeant's combat readiness significantly to accomplishing Y' -
i* proven by outstanding !' the mission of
I General Military Subject the Pacific Air Force and
Test scores and consistent other government agencies.
score' In the highest class The airman attended Ban-
I of Physical Fitness Test. nell High School and has also AMERICAN '
Sgt. Staton has shown outstanding studied at Berry College.
I leadership and devotion Mount Berry, Ga.
to duty which Is considered His wife Cathy to tlw
to be In the highest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Service Station
II tradition of the Marine Corps. Charles L.Rd.Marseilles. Jacksonville.of 519Glynlca

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sirsisttsa+t f.e
the 1MB.m year wwe appointed .
at ** Flatter -.. Gar,
den Ch* meeting" lint Tues
day at the home of Mrs. Gilbert
r Fmnk. Flatter Beach
fohoateaa was Mrs. Edna F
FaraswwMth.Mr :
I *. Fa.............. vice prHI. -
.ideal pusIdH the absenceof
tfce president Mrs. Frieda
The following committee _
: chairmen were named: Pro
gram Mrs. Farnsworth; nor

-- :" ,, ; ,. : ttcttttwe Mrs. Frank Sch
5 ; ''1 week; courtesy. Mrs. Walter

.r '& .. Meafcey; conservation and
'" !"f : beauty. Mrs. Sue Spivey and
Mrs. Frank Brede' ; garden

Mr*. William A Fryman left President of the Bunnell therapy Mrs. Charles Me
Pint United Methodist Church W3c$. sign the charter of theBf'W Cabe and Mrs. Alfred Jueng-
their families
ling; publicity, Mrs. Frank More than thirty members of the choir and
organization at a meeting last Wednesday morning. Lookteg -
Brede parliamentarian Mrs. enjoyed a fellowship supper Friday evening at the Recreation
is Mrs. Oliver Tayl r, right Vice President All members
on Mrs. tribute to Mis.
Otis Magee, membership Hall of First Baptist Church of Bunnell to pay
attending signed the charter and dedicated themselves to the Jewel Dueming telephone.Mrs. director.
; Frank Clegg who is retiring Her many years as choir
new church. Alice Clark and Mrs.
Katherine Mfe; auditors Mrs.
Gilbert Frank and Mrs. Ann
Batten. T'
The next meeting November
6 is scheduled as "past
president's day". Hostesseswill
be Mrs.' Clyde Duenslng
und Mrs. Frieda Cole.

A '..Fi Flynn and Rabeth Ed I
monson spent the weekendin I !
Tallahassee visiting Tony
and Paula Williams and
sons Howell and Matthew


Vera Savage arrivedvia '
plane from Newark Del .
last weekend to'Islt her
father Alexander Rigby at
Flagler Beach and her mother lil.r. _
Mrs. A. Rigby who Is a
The Reverend T Shelton Brooks paid special tribute to Mrs.
patient at Bunnell General
Mrs. Lee Blakely spoke on the history of the womens or Hospital. Frank Clegg second from left, at the close of the fellowship
ganlzation of the Evangelical' United Brethren Church and Mrs. supper. From right to left are Mrs. Rem Murray, choir presidentand
Wm. A. Fryman summarized the Methodist Church Womens VISITING IN MISSOURIMrs. Mrs. Benny Black choir vice president. \
I 1\
Society of Chistlan Service at the luncheon-meeting Wednesday Mildred" Sargeant --- 1I I,
October 2. Pictured above are members who participatedIn Flagler Beach visiting at
the WSCS dedication program. Fort Leonard wood, Mo. with
er and family.
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Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson
Mr. and Mrs. Z. G.
Holland. Jr. Mrs. Hoke Cobb
and Dalton Cobb visited in LUTC graduate
Jacksonville Sunday with Mr. .
and Mrs. George GI bert. Mr.
Giebert Is a patient at St
Lukes Hospital In Jackson.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stefllk
and children Martin and Hol
ly, spent the weekend at Tallahassee .
with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Baker.
r tt
.. "" ,' Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stickneyleft :
..t' .... Monday for their home at
\ twr \ \ 1 St. Petersburg after spendingthe 1

\ ,. \. A"I. summer months at Flag
.". ",. D lee Beach.

:" xWeekend guests at the
.. home of Al and Leola Jones,
rnoio fcr Tb.. \,;. it... Painters Hill were Mr. and
The top five salesmen of the recent magazine drive conducted Mrs. A. F. Lamb Jr. and Marie .
by the BHS Junior Class were left to right Marcia John. Lamb and Ken Griffin of STELLA F, CAULEY

stun, 263.37; Beth Matherly. $106.90; Melanie Cody S107.35: ; Omega Ga:; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Daytona Leach District I
Elaine Murray, $104.26( ; and Rebecca Durrance $113.74. The Jones II and children and II
sales totaled 1258.87, exceeding last years sales $384.04. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oue of I

Proceeds from the annual sale are used for class projects.IN Titusville.

VETERANS HOSPITAL- HOME FROM HOSPITAL The world-wide Ufe Underwriter Training ;

ATTEND APPAREL SHOW Course Is a practical two-part course covering I
Friends will be sorry to Harry Treadwell has returned .
learn Bill Gentry is a medical Mrs. Margaret CI IC. Land'n to his home Central Ave., a two-year period of classroom and_ on.
patient at the Vetrans Hospital Sea Fashions and Mrs. Flagler Beach after undergoing
at Gainesville. IHs room Betty Hawkins have returned medical treatment at Du- the-job training. The course is prepared by
number is 408 North Wing. from a business trip to Miami val Medical Center Jackson
the Ute
Underwriter Council
where they attended the Southern vllle." Training a

ATTEND CAP MITT Apparel showing of holiday Mrs Xavier Stembridge of national organization dedicated to furthering -
and Spring fashions. Hollywood. Florida. Is a visitor
Commander Cary Holland at the Treadwell home. the professional growth of Ute Insurance
and Warrant Officer Earl Rice
Mrs. Harry Strickland and
of the local Civil Air Patrol children, former Flagler Beach RON NICOLSIN Representatives throughout the industry.
Squadron attended the CAP residents now living In Lake
Group 6 meeting at Daytona City, visited here Sunday with SCOTLAND LUTC is one more reason why Uberty National
Beach Sunday.
Ron Wool' owner of Ocean representatives are recognized among

HOME nON N. J. VISIT Palm Couhtry Club, postcardsfrom
the best In their field.LIBERTY
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Can Scotland that he recent' .
. Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Ubbey trell and Perry of Casselberryvisited ly played on the North Berwick .
have returned to their homeat In Bunnell Sunday course near Edinburgh,

Daytona Beach after visit' with relatives.Mr .. (,..the same course he won the
Ing In Kearny N. JTwith-thelr 1st Scottish Boy's Champion-
tan and daughter In law Hap and Mrs. Lee Blakely hip. He said he relived many NATIONAL
and Millie Llbbey. had as houseguests last week happy memories.Ron .\
While there they attendedthe Mrs. Orland Blakely of Cross- and his wife, Mary, are LIFE INSURANCE. COMPANY/HMMUU. AUMMABUNNEU
christening of their grand vllle, Tenn. and Miss Donna due back October 12 from
son Sean Robert Ubbey, Blakely of Knoxville Tenn. their vacation.

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TAP DISCUSSED b pen. .le '.syesiallyspeet 5-TBC n.A&U TOWNS THUB&. OCTO'H M. l Gfft
NMsrs.4r1 iw ttikM Ift e e( -
DOVE HUNTING aM (Jt It weal tart Isst'hnwlarle ssrl a..Waase or
The Flatter County 7rn.4. Ute ....., tit tke.st1n13r. the ....... tt plamtaf a
eel siiMaMt ire bed on tftttr
Action ftuwi rent lit.
..Alkloslug 'Tb besat
I w'arsrisy sNrrawm dote ielrs w.rtlli
taw Tt.. Mp by lawdswrssy' The' TAP ails dMeussedWi.Ay
swt: Jan --.... OMM MI en lit .......... 1M lalt...... .hw.iagpspsai
I My, LawrenceOitwr. Ibiiy walk the GMMPWafer ... Posh wbleh la -..... I, Kt-
I ww... Don Jordan and T. W. Flab c.a,1n11" .tho the UBA's Farmers
irsiirr.wr: I way a fc w*..M be iharg- Name Mmto*r.t*.. ht due
The Panel dfaeuatod a pr* e4 to seek lostor .... the Ie tM absenee el FiR Ads-Is f II
penal to create an Interest In Reid flrWO RwAMM. WOWS buy or ,IteynMtn >feQaini and '
I erne managed' dew ftefctea at toast a part or all of thefesupplies other parties. the
wtd Flatter County for from' local merchants' profoMl. was dfe ped, at least
l Me in future years. The purpose Other agencies connected f. tM time bft c. i'a w n M
I would be twofold: (II to with the TAP would assist ta Chairman Robinson Informed .
create additional hunting and the program by giving techni- the TAP that the USDA
Farmers Home Admlnistra J
tlon Rural Housing laws have

VOTE EXPERIENCE. ELECT been the considerably present congress liberalizedby In-

eluding the self-help section.
Now a town or other nonprofit .
BILLCHAPPELL organization may receive
grants for the development
and supervision of "self-help"
,. housing projects and loans to
buy and develop land to be
used as building sites. Benjamin F Cauley, Bunn I" Is awarded a certificate of

YOUR Ili 1. Robinson also said that A. achievement by J. W, Rader, Sales Supervisor on completion of

CONGRESSMAN 0 iii1';, Hayes Smith. Supervisory 160-hour course at Shell Oil Company's Dealer Management
Loan Officer. Small Business Development Center in Jacksonville

Administration Jacksonville, A native of Bunnell and a veteran of six years in the serv
w'Ill be guest speaker at the
PROVEN LEADERSHIP next TAP meeting on October Ice station field. Cauley will be proprietor of a Shell station
16th. at U. S. 1 and Interstate 95. Bunneil beginning October 11.

tN1 .

,(CPO. Pa AIN.1

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th1thwqLctf I


Cut Plow 1-Potato Harvester1Spray

Tank and Pump Deep Well Pumps

((800 jfal.l 2-Cabbage Carts 9uC

1-Sect. Sower
Potato Digging Machine
2-Sets Scratcters
Vine Beater .

1-Potato Planting Machine Cover Crop Cutter OCTOBER 3rd
1-Wtter Tank1Fertllizer THRU OCTOBER 12th :.
.Bed Roller \
1-Set Ganges 1. Set Disc narrow

2.Bt>dder Bar It 8 Gangers l-\\ater Furrow Plow 100 Percent Antron Nylons -

1-cet Laying oft Disc. I.John Deer Tractor, Model .
1-Corn Planter A '

1-Tractor back blade 1-Pump 10 Horse Motor On Dresses 995RDERMA

1-Potato Grader Wheels }




?how VA 4-123I or VA S-9631 SHIFTS .___....___ ..._...r.o ...__._...._...._..._.._...._...._.. 6.95,

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WANTED 10 to 20 acres with
homesite. Call 439.2565 after ONLY 10 AT THIS PRICE
CLASSIFIED 6 p. m. Oct. 3, 4tc. ROBES._..__. J 4.L 8.95 !.

Flagler Beach will receive ONE RACK FALL ..
rI; sealed bids up to 5:00 p. m.
Nov. 7. 1968 on four (4) par.eels PANTS.---

of city-owned land located .411-.1". ., ..L .._.4.95 .
'. .
In Hlllcrest Subdivision.
TANK cleaning: drain
fields Installed; Rota-Boter Flagler Beach. Legal descriptions -
snail shell Reasonable prices. are available at the ONE CROUPBLOUSES .
Call George Jarosz. 437-3UO Qty HalL The City reserves j
the right to reject any and
8-1-tf TOPS_ ..._ .. Only 1.99
all bids. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 3tc. -, ----, -1
us help beautify Flagler WANTED ONE GROUP PERMA
County. Large variety of evergreens Vacant lots and acreage for i
palms hedge plants. sales Free appraisals given. '
5% miles S of Bunneil on Charles L. Trad. Realtor. Ph. -..._._..___........ : .._,.....__._ 2.99
11.8.1. Feb. IS-tfe 253-6349. Nancy Dr. Daytona
Beach 32014. Oct. 3-4tc.
SINGER model 66 equippedwith I
zigzag and buttonholerin HOUSES FOR SALE-3 bedroom FLEXNIT LONG LEG POWER NET

nice cabinet 5 payments at house partially furnished Small. Medium '
$8.98 or 12.76 cash. For more with furnished 2-car garage GIRDLES_..... Large ....___ 5.95 "
information write Service Sewing apartment. Corner lot.
Center, Box 393 DeLand. 3-bedroom unfurnished frame
Florida, 33720. Aug. 15 tfc house also. 2 blocks from
ocean. Call 439-9200 or 439- CHEMISES by Kayser White.' Coral, Sky.Blue 2.99
To Be Sold Here--Spinet Pia. 2125. Oct. 3. 5tp.
no for $283.00. Sacrifice to .
dose account. Write Credit WANTED-Woman to do light >;
Manager Piano 4 Organ housework Part time. Call KAYSER PANTIES.. "
Land, Inc. care Phillips Highway 439.2190. Oct. 10. Itp. .. _. im..r
Shopping Center Jacksonville .
FOR SALE-1966 Custom See "
Fla. Oct. 10. lie
dan Volkswagen Small down Assorted Sizes and Colon '.
FOR RENT- Small furnished payment and ,assume $51X0: .. IJBOpr.
apaartment with garage. Low monthly payments will "
rent Call 4392500. Oct. 10 2te take older model car as down f

Delmonico International radio Cabe.payment Ph. 4373478.Contact Oct Jack 10.Me 2tc- MOJUD[ HOSE, Reg. 1.35, now __._._ .80 pr: 'J
band FM-AM portable
with four short wave bands HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom .
,.. ., ..
6500. Jerry's Furniture. Old CBS-extra large garage ... I '
Dixie Hwy, 2 rat S. Korona. nice high and dry lot on Central ... iAt(
Ph. 437-3752. Oct. 10. Ite Ave. facing ocean. TeL Ott, ,
439.2190. Oct. 10 Itp. .
MAN OR 'WOMAN to supply ;- :' \:
Consumers with Rawleigh FOR SALE-Used G5 B. T. : '.--J, ,

Products. Can earn $60 week U. cabinet model Duo Therm t ''''. ,I" t J !
heater $25.00. Also : : :
ly part tim $120 and up full space
good used contour chair. M. B.
time.' Write Rawleigh FLU
Fuller 901 Lambert Phone BUNNELL FLORIDA
3CO-336 Memphis Tenn. 38102.: ,
Oct. 10. 17. 2tp. 4373114. Oct. 10. l tc. .


g-TMC PLAOLZR TWWWC Tl11Mi. OCTOM& ... te91JLrng

CHURCH related panagahe .. to 1M IIr wltlg: "he wol. .. wit.. ta wIIIIIL we tntrllt _
,, wed from 'M Quisrtaatmts 1111. arbor and ....... The. goer dn. .. _. ad ......
lshrse ok. idsme adMaaHk way .is stttifkt and narrow, either here or hsaa lei. nt-
NEWS with Key to the .... wtotafc loads to the tuutorstanding lalnly before we sea panels
i duos .by the deneadnatien's1lwtlder that God .Is the only the foal of Spfctt. or Me In
Mary Bator 16idy. Us*. It .to a warfare with the God.
.- *,*'.*. ', '" ,- ......,. ... .
Sermon tomorrow However, if he were ,Iff .'. '1pr: 0iIIII'I\ U* 4c '.'.. ;(l ..' ... .-. j' L.t ....
Weekly here physically today his par \
ebbs. would speak of the
Her. Osrw F. Taylor
flihsfji of today Just as he
l..u First' Ua14ed Sf4... of the things. of twenty p mf
Methodist Chare ......dos ago An Irony of .
Me. la that people always
A TIME OF CHANGE ssespisln of tM present siPea

Use an never be ......*. Non. Nt protest eilaae !nasyr
and eofrtbrae to live in nt*. ....... ht tM 1M srttwey .
ness.. Nestaltfcally try to PHI H4 1litas ware Mt
thugs Wf'keRw.' -rhf'If'' men
reeever the past which we
eM the ".... etc days". The who .have. tatted 1M world
problem with that is that peo- upside down have tame heft .
pie never really want to return aise. .- Acts IT*.
to the pt because they
only want a part of the past CHRISTIAN SCIENCE '"
I onee' .heard a man say "M i ti
I had my We to live all ever LESSON SERMON St
again ." Then i 1ft a childIsh "Are Sin. Disease, and Ye w
fashion he toW how he Death Real Is the subject of
would' reshape" the past the lesson sermon' in all
'1"1Kp *t can never be fully Christian Science churchesthis
recovered. The church has Sunday Christian Science .
known this since the beginning church services in this area
because the future is always are held in First Church of
upon us in the sense Christ Scientist, 100 North
that the church must keep Instep Halifax Drive, Ormond Beach,
with the day to day and First Church of Christ
changes. The church can never Scientist 137 Live Oak Ave., I' .'" ....
fuMHl Us mission by retreating. Daytona Beach Sunday serv '". .... ;. .5.1.i...
but must advanceits lees and Sunday School are $
cause and be relevant to at 11 a. m. and Wednesday :.L .$r' .t'; ; '.it: ":, !\ -,,:
the people of today.Of Evening Meetings' at which YOUTH CHOIR TO PERFORM
course Christ is the testimonies of healing are
same yesterday, today and given are at o'clock.. Pictured above are the fifty members of the United Methodist Church of Satellite Beach who
will present a musical program at the Flagler Beach United Methodist Church Dedicatory service -
Sunday, October 20. at 7 p m. The choir t* under the direetton f Mr. and Mrs. R. Hart.


Florida Alcoholic Rehbilitatkm A mud bath Initiates the
Program says alcoholic winner of Florida's most unusual i
Registered workers In the Sunshine State racing event the Naples
KITCHEN CABINET DOORS now total 72.000 and the cost Swamp Buggy Race, which
Real) Estate; Broker to Florida business and indus caps a three-day'" festival
PLASTIC LAMINATE COVERED BunntlL Florida try is $72 million each year. scheduled for Oct. 3527.

25c and 50c Each ] T n IIf...... ... ; f' -. II ) -.,-..'-'I, c' "'" --, -

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710.12 Lemon St. lM! 10
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Palatka, Florida
Phone EA 5-9166 YOLUIIA MINIMUM 53,060-90 OATS
Repaired & Rcflnlshsd
K. CRAIG Funeral Director Mattresses & Box Spring BAN
Ph. t77-217 17S W. Granada ,
JOHN CAPO. Manager Made to Order.Also RenovatedCall
Ormond Beach. Florida
Laura Morris 437.3233
AIR OXYCEf After 6:00 P. M. t
Jut as near as your
4' ,Phone ID 7-3532 Phone or Post Offlce
Drop Us a Card or Call BINGO 8:00 P. M
201 E. MOODY BLVa BUNNELL. FLORIDA Free Pickup & Delivery

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TONIGHT (Thursday)



BUNNELL, FLORIDA Disabled American VeteransJim

FREE ESTIMATESBAR ... c/sdicafso to Booe Chapter No. 86

FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS positive, constructive


Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving


Laminated Plastic Upholder Fronts

FINE HARDWOODS Bulldozer-Dump Trucks

Most orders filled within IS waking d yL Now Servingall BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY
areas In 75 mils rod. BannalL

I CALL COLLECT Day 4374513 Might 437.3323 DURRANCET.



Flagler Beach-Tel. 439-2471
When you (



DO IT!" after you seer

your .
W.Pay Pottog gosh were ? r

Use BBF ave-By-Mail" ServiceD 'W' IiJit( ),,' bring yourprescription .

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,'r _.. :F: -...IIWN.-.arsian a.,..... N
uo........... Prol.uJonal Bldg.

.u.oe OffICL.....ti...",....u.s.I I..M s.-t
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Mis* Mary SileANd a.dr.11, 7-.tllC rLAOCOT TMMWC .,..." oaoea Ml MM!

Would YouBelieve vslYusl; -a lwaa..t.rr -

...... ; aald ... KIF AND ACP ww : G. K. Allis. 1st ..-

I ,.... sllls.iaeh. .sannar. f. SsrlrM as d W. W. .....,.

1'.. f" JaMI ahrlwy' The Bill e11aMi6 .

lit -.u ....kM ....... ,!.- a ..4'"' .... ... ..ed. '" r..IIII-

)is ta.d i PN" iMV _. O.bur I, U. wt... 'J ,;J.. If"f. \..... taMalwhr r 1...

.. ?MIl ... tBV enact lumber 01an s/t5ti51sls r Osunry Oflke Manager E >I.

7 die last year'sdfcy. apwb16 Whit paints out that
Hi pupil **. .* ewlskt clalal r fataas es11- i isis

TSN HAM AM ,Mr. Mnhe'sl-r was pAnelpal." .atf. a< locsU alitLs....

Plague atoacfc icsunl.I had anYirgiBln tisil et atseil Datfrlstil laeaspfafallls

A. L J.hwa/M1 WM re.1s415rdehalralrail aalrlbstewt el a .w'iM' )11M as tM AgifruitoesICaalreewltllast
a* Hw Caamy AJCR
principal -
HaBtoy was
Pt. .. tilt
.!: .
co/nmitt... W. x.
CMy .
and nley was asAecofdtng -
peNHL feed garb program,
.uIt.. chairman; R.
allsRlwewt and ....If
W. UPvfllf Ivjj'oWoir IB 'flHWVi; .
** t.. .
Ve JltMieM.I Wool
Lyman L Gage. ftrsC alternate *
.. the advertisements -
1 N Prsgnlm. .ffWIloaM. storage ksiIity
aM Dee seeortd 1
; inrV. In the FlagJer Tribune '
........... to 9ft8: Ku4m Chevrolet Co.

<*o-> advertised Chevt **t Touring The AJCFIefkk office a

Dee 6 wa. the date set for Cars or Roadsters from' H96; Is headqun

annual Hagler County Cato Smell Mercantile Co. was .Y ten f.e the fiMlMY,

tkenew's. MuehtieR B.rbeerie selling mess tailor made 2- -- -

and Notre ...... pie e suits for $21.75 and 3.

(. .) piece suits for -.75; The Lit

BHS Sophomore Class Of. tie Bee Hive In the Byrd Bidg.
Pictured Is Mr Tom Lens sen applies calcium( limestone
cut's ele'e4ed were President, ENFORCETHE
an opening sen, owner and operator of ast a soil test requires,
Carey ltel *iwl Vice Pres
ladies silk hose 2Sc mens
up. the T Double L Raneh, south establish permanent pas
Kathy Anderson; Secretary, LAW
dress shirts 8do. and ginghams
of Bunnell on King's Read. ture. improves existing" perma-
Betty Abbott; Treasurer, MaryJo
and percars 1-Oc yd. Mr. Lenssen specialises In
Daughtery: and Reporter, meet pastures through re- curb crime

Linda LEGAL ADS ERTIe3MVLTT' the breeding of registeredCharolaia seeding. feniftetng or both.

Ktnard.00>> cattle as well as Drainage: ditehea and water

|\ TIIK 4 IHCt IT 4-01 RT OP4Ot strict continued cross breeding control l structures help regulate .
Lanny Alford. Diekle Mercer I''H.t1R 'T.lAtHl.
l with other breeds. This. Is his water Sum.
and C. II. Muz ka returned n. supply.
.. ... p4..e/:
net a hit or miss operationas met and winter cover crops
to Gainesville to continue IttJWAIA) MOUlD HAN"UlI'
studies at U of FJa; Zelda PletMm complete records' are maintained prevent his land from sun

... and kept current on leaching and wind and water
Brook and Catherine Preston UAH. UUMUY HAKVLBYDafanaant
eaeh animal.
left for Stetson Univ. at De. ere.ien.
MITHK TO ...t.H'U'T The cattle In the photo With ACT Mr. Lenssen can
land; and Diana McKnlght B RATS or rumiDA. TO:
returned, to Carnegie Instituteat IAII. Ml-RKAY MARVUBY graph have been bred art 141. plan ahead and make sure

Pittsburgh Pa. e's Murray MM. R fuurt A OorweWIS otally. Using this method Mr. that his cattle will have an

(-0.) MM .'.0. <'.lIfo,*" MM lenses able to afford some' ample supply of food even
Yon are hereby _...... tint a of the finest blood lines In during adverse drought and
Work had started on clearing ..M .... ...*.. Sir* *..'-< row hnt
the right of way fer SR ttw ..... ...UU'" eats.. sadtor America without the tremendous wet weather condition'
at5 hsrsby risiM.. N 55.yesr Investment of owning the ACP Is available to anyone
218 frem 386 Dead
west to
._.., with the ,lurk *f
Lake. tkto C"rt. sad to .*rv. a r".r Sire Bull. who will take the time to contact
ikrv r sons tter Mattttlff or the local County Comto -
Mr. Lenssen does' have
< ) not
plaint/rr. .tu m.). tub*.* Narass
d ...,.. .. access to an excessive amountof Mr. Lenssen's can be yours.
TWENTY TEARS AGO ALTVK A. HH. JJY land for his operation and mittee or County Office Manager -
SIS JlMMll PalHMtl* -'"
The first meeting of the Dsytsas .....-... P.Nds. therefore practices a plannedand and a program similar
Mt Mtoe than :NvirvMbvr t. A. H. .
newly named "Flagler Wom ,.... regulated resources conservation "

an's Club" ws heM at the If tmt f.U to ta ... ItefettM program. He is as ASC COUNTY
will be .Mrr->4 antaHM row for feted in this the
pier house. Mrs. Mary Hart, lk. r.lbf timmnf* ki tW MMof program by

president of the former organ cMB...... Tltv ...*r* oC MM Agricultural Conservation Pro. COMMITTEE

teat ten. "The Ftegler Civic sell balw( I.o..t for gram administered by the k-

Club" presided WrTMMW MXf hood ..d sash eel Flagler County Agrieul NAMED

MM "Mirt tkto MtfcA dlsy ., tural Stabilisation and Conservation
1.0.1 $.........' U !,... Farmers recently named to Qro Wiffiom r (11.11)) ;
O. F. Alferd, local member OHOStOK ]i. 3n14Y Service
of the Selective Service Board, lou* ., sold t'rewtt County Committee and County biltcation and Conservation
< **(
announced 150 men had registered ({)(11x1.1 lust) Office Manager B. E. (ASC) Flagler County Com Ht'RLOHGunamttmm

for the peacetimedraft r: Ihstbryn 1.. I4.w.rytiter. WhHe. mhtee for the coming year

army. I. ,.. IT. >4 1W. Through the ACT Mr. Lens were: unamttmmCONGMSS
( >
LF.I.At. AUVKHTIUKMBXT W. W. Dfen Sr. who has
Cliff Sheffield was ejected LIOAL AlllKRTIfKMKXTl
.. two to R. W.
-- --- --- years serve,
president of the 1943 Senior 1% TRW ('OlUTt Jll 'H"
% TIIK 4'1)11 IT rOl'RT 0"
.. ... Deen, Jr. has one more to
Class at BUS Louis StefHk 1' MT lM r'OM 'L.' yl.It.L.R ('111 TTY. KMIHI.
LiH: 4'01T' PUMIII) t Ill serve and A. B. Johnston Sr.

was vice president and Betty lltONTK !. .'.*. >.-m-n was reflected to three
Babbitt HMnt AU> It. rkAMrPUhitlff
was secretary-treas .
I (rKYA .1. more years. Alternates elected
urer. known s. ('aihrlM 1OTM O'hyaw. .
dswa.d -
C. J. Muzyka was elected All crvMrf of tM rotate of .........l .
Kotfcertw* I. < 'Krsa. atoo known >OTI I: TOTHK Ilia s '11
president of the Junior Class; .. ('ath.rlo. I. n'Ry.n. d.ooosrd.or. m.lzA STATB or Kl RlDA, TO: 2 GREAT NZW VAIUR(31AIN
Haroldine vice berth IwI1I.d and regrtrwl ,
Bowden president to n/e OMIT cMtaM or d.m .o> ITI4 Hov'lt .th MreetA 5AW$ ) ', met' -
; Charles Cowart, secretary shirk they mar k.*. a>..HMt .... :Mo. w /
and Peggy Wray treas.UT" sold .ot.t. In tk* oleo of ihoQownr TtN_. A'1..** TIME" II,
Judge of Flatter Ooantr.norHiu Yo are horetor notified that
In lh. (Ooorlhou tnwMMN. a sMt h*. hews rtWd acal i.t you SAVING, !
Junior Strickland rUrMa. within us (:/ In the bsve" oMltlod MUM; a.4
was named r.f:w4ar monlh from tho d>toof you are hereby tulred ,. n*. WORK
president of the sophomoreclass the first Mollntlon of thionottr your anawer with tho Clerk of SAVING
.. B rh rl...i or nMndnMMt and to
and Betty Muzyka was b. In writing said roust ::-r': upon the -ritr:: orpUtntlfr
vice president Arnold Me .!.!. ta. prat. of r.* and ttomejr.. wh oo name cCULLQCWslghs
lioot oMco addrss of tho '- and .cld,... la-
Craney was elected secretaryand ant and must ... sworn t* bjr thorlotMMxit. Jane. H. Tveker
William Webster as ..will..., or hl. attor P, O. Ties 251Nunn.IL
soy or It becomo TOM aeroritis rtoHd
treasurer. t.. law.tee ,
(-o.) r. *4t. Hth. IMS.W not 1511."..r than November 1. A. D.
f J. IrwlnAaoMarr
Sgt James H. Salyerds. son lss.eut5r of tko ..Jt '---J.: do ao. Default C.rt.r. .al..4 MuI.r
aralrut you for / +s. O..Mr.4 C..bsll
Mtato of ltaII.I.. L O-
of Mr.
Mrs. Sal.
Henry Known the relief d*maiM4* yerdi, Bunnell. received' the tatabssdrln.hl. .,ft,... 4.- of eotuptalnt. Tho natur of

Occupation Medal at Camp l1l V !-t YARN MM suit nrvOJIICEWITSRaI for

Drake, Japan. Attorney for Ancllllary Rneu. mr hood and seal !b
of MM Curt .M. Mth day ofept.mb.r
(-0-) F sit OAco Dos Utat. $ A. r>. uca.
The Bunnell Bulldogs open. Artu.II.... Florid uHf OB t ROB M MOODY
N. OcC t !" IT. 4t* Terk of MM CtrcvH
ed the
season with a 20-0 -1. -.. Court

victory over Umatllla. LEGAl. AIM F.nTMEMCXTIV (Olttclal >*.*J)>> i
( Hjr KalKryn I. Bmerr
dork '
THIRTY TEARS AGO. .. t..:" tOI\Tt. ......Hlllt Oct. 3. I5. IT. I44te
4 lll.TKI\ >.. 4.S5-I'
George Allen Sr.
"....tlft.LLOTI. .
of the Bunnell Band Parents TIIR riRCTIT rniHT: ron
It.1ftREIJERRI' rLA.L .'..1 *T". KLOHI
Club announced the 114lll pounds lost tan any oth4I chainsaw

school band would stage a uTll'I: ACTION ilL 404-B Yet cuts like saws twit. its weight- .

t concert In the business sec TO U. 11'14 IXOTI Aparkenburload IiBKKEBERRY. I'ACU.NK Italntlff.OIARLBfll'lE.C HUNDLEY., evsn downs Wn.trtts In stconds.POWER .

tion near the Gulf Service Sta. N41MeftlM. North (3araMpa MAC 6 has the miscJt-rou kWt need CompUU whh 12-In. .
YOU ANt HKItKBT NfrrU. HUNDLKY, snyl/ toss hale.
tion. The concert was free and EU that a OvmpUlnl for IHvororha I>., barft bar and chain
the public was Invited.' Ed. bi 014 aaalnt you and \.Tit" <,K M IT
you are required to .rve a TO CTIARU& i:. HUNDUJYWhooo
ward J. was band instructor .
Henry spy of your answer or piw4dint recldenro and Poet Of
to the complaint to tho rUli Bee address U unknown.
(-0.) P. <>. Ilo. !*4, Runnel.. that a* action for dlvorco \'b ,
The Bunnell town commissioners n.r.... IMJ. and ale the erlfln baa been aIN against you and
l answer or pleadlnc In the you are hereby required to servo ,: .,
representatives oA o of the Clerk of tho ClreultCVurt a copy of your wrltun defaaaea.
of the State Board of Health on or "'.r.> tho ISIS dar If to It on LJiWIlKNCB W.Hofyu. .
of (H'....'. ItU. It you tall to Attorney for Plaintiff.
recommend the commission d. MV a order of default will b. .. ,-
.h. address U 411 North Hal 1% us puss.ou us.
Install a sewer line along SR taken a for tee r.H.f 1 l/a* A"*..... P. o. Slog HIT. hiac
4 from south of the canal to d.r I(1) at; labATTL /Titus. Daytoaa Be."' nortda .
0W the
orlKlaal with thoCJefk
Magees Service Station. 0IItttU. nrtd ,..t. Mtk darember. of the abo..*.trUd Cowl
.t """ IW% [CHAIN $Aw $ $199.95
(.0l oa or beforo October ft. 1941: : =
QBOfKU: "U MOODY. ..... .... a jMdtrMoM Away bo olaoNTRATION t Complete
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dutten OiW k OrevH 0 WftPWrter ....reeI ..*.... you for UM ren r.' <,.'! lit kr* IM< i llMeit.Ie"t Chain uw wrth ....*..tIc ,
haver had taken over the .County" L.: rlorMa ... .. ( the npUlat hula IM h oxM yes try.MIW .j Cn ino power up' almost 19% tor
I puuati 'r. BMef7 H. WcCIoIIId'e-......' '.51 Iaslest ta start UMlC
Orange Grille which had been Chr1LI.&LA .mr, band and tho
, operated by Mr. and Mrs. Anthony fTtST R fUCAW anal of old 43iArt on Septoaibor .mp.H on made ft * uvfty-typo muftlef'
flAX It.Bu. tribe I .
Davely. ...... florMa HSIAAHwrnor JlOQfl" BUDDY KNOX BUNNELL
( ) for f't,lntHf a. Aerkof said dr.rt
I $.... K. utt. 3 ... It. 4t.. ( U AMERICAN SERVICE STATION
Helen Sullivan was jr /_/ Kathfya U Bmerr
elected president of the Pal Cotton's wear resistance Is A* D*.Mtjr Clerk U. S. Hwy. 1 Bunnell Phone 437-3652
Sept 19. ti. Ort. 2. I*. 4t.
metto dub. Also elected were higher than other fabrics.


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I o fi-THE PLAGLU TWtWMC THtfUaV. boot Me bell. trllanl. Ikesewldle KVLLETf

!. treII.. frn{ the Campthe ....... of loads
t FOOL FAMCattiBilng Marvta aonrl. tl Ike IIIIIIt -
..... Yellow Mhselsrs lMidltiMlel.ew Multi. an rr.8 asp a"..
ATJ'Wf... ..un: iu g..Wr mescal fey ft* hi >FW...a,

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AlLewg there that fle. .SsrOwsty Brawn, .{ out mat .M. Tftf try..-

the FleftewMas MartIa Baa are still beg taken i....their. way llf I......
State at
fame and A. at the Inlet aa well M awe !*. *...* Mdpr they
Svtttriay were Lew and Data ... tort no Me eatcMa teawMat's 11." M.k ....\ .meip wrW.
Waie arth. Jim Ha,..... ...R.......... let wee pUr+.J In the large'

I RMUMflvlar OeMmartiMi at

Fishermen Btsortdeek Maffawland in 1M a4 wisest

K dIM$ 8 years age In MM+ Ms
;E BARNES I SEA From Binge the trout Me
lenllt WH 2 lashes and ac
biting, especially from the
'. of 14 1k
j tamed a weifffet
many being taken on
Open Thursday Thru Sunday 5
dead ahrifHfi. hare that 28 It.bM >>.
was caught at Marker BUlfNILL LOSES
SPECIAL THIS right'a 106 last week It has provedto
be a food spot for bass. TO ST. JOE

There were over a dozen take The Bunnell Bulldogs Journeyed .
Southern Fried en from the Marker this past to St. Augustine Friday .

Saturday. These are small night to play St. Joseph
bass.Flagler .
All You Can Eat schooling Aeademy. The BunnelUtes
took their third loss of the
Served with Homemade Camp season by a score of 140.
According to Paul Buckley The first half ended with

Roasted at Flakier Fish Camp the only one touchdown scored
OystersAll largemouth black bass are A number of penalties ham.

biting.Mr pered the Bulldog effort

You Can Eat and Mrs. McAvoy of This *" M a conferencegame
which St
gives Josepha
Jacksonville brought In 20
1.1.1 record. .
Saturday. A few smaller
fRESH SEA FOOD catches were also brought Into .

the camp. DUNN ELL PLAYS

CHOICE T-BONE Buckley said "the breamare
biting and are being

South of St. Augustine 4 miles caught on artificial flies. The BIIS Varsity eleven will

At Moultrie-Sign on Very few speckled' perch travel to Baldwin Friday night
Camp is the same as else have been caught, mostly for the fourth game of the

where, except that a few small In size. season.

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