The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
October 24, 1968
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
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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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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The MHHM! 'Cracker Day Bunnell Bulleta will
........... sponsored by I tM meet D A B of St. Au .tlae
"..... County Cattlemen's r x w tt .. at 8 p. m. Friday sight for tft*
Asm lots been stated for fl. s homecoming' CHMOTC.
Mareh Idee. The cattlemen The teams are e-jneea'eceo
agreed en tte date at a recent : evenly ma J teams have a5 win-to**
record for the
Other business transacted year.
Bunnell lost to K.
) ya4e
at tM business meeting In-
dtMled vertiig to have 300 Heights lat Friday night by
246. John MeDanM made the
"Canto Reward" posters print .
ed. tone touchdown hi the sees id
t quarter.
A eamntktee" was appointedto The Bufttteti starting Mwe tap
study the proposed new for the Homecoming event
State CenM ltuU.n. Committee
will be:
members are Alfred Tucker u:. George Revete.LT .
Charles Co wart, and Tom John Taylor.
Le men. LG. Mike Barber.C .
The group discussed the !! .L Mike Robinson.
county assessment proposed RG, Gary Buckles.
by the State Association of RT, Bruce Kendall.RE
Cattlemen and tabled the __ John Cook.
matter until further Information y __ LlI, Bill Harris
could be obtained. RH Cliff Taylor.
President Harold Emery FB. James Robertson.
Quentin Emery Lyman Gage ,p. t QB John McDanlel.,
and Don Jordan planned to ,
attend the State Cattlemen's Pboto by Tbo C. n.,,, BEACH RESIDENT
Convention at Sarasota Oct. Buaotll High School Majorettes pictured chare 'will lead the "Biggest Litt!. Band: in Dixie
1618. during the 1961 Homecoming Parade Friday afternoon.HOMECOMING WILLIAM HICKS

THURSDAY-1:25 P. M., Band Concert' by Daytona Beach Junior College in gymnasium. It will Include I
STEFLIK HEADS concert' band dance band and choral groups. William J. hicks Sr.. 56.

FARM BUREAULouis THURSDAY-5:00 P. M. Barbecue for BHS Vanity Football Team at the John Mill lean Park In John Anderson Highway.
Shell Bluff, sponsored by Flagler Post of the American Legion. Flagier Beach, died October
JI. Steflik was reelected THURSDAY-6:45 P. M. Pep Rally at Flagler Field to Include bon fire and snake dance.' 9 at Gainesville.He .
president of the Flag- was born In New York
lee Farm Bureau during a There will be a practice for halftime program Immediately after pep rally. City and moved to Flagler
I meeting of the Board of DIrectors FRIDAY-3:15 P. M. Homecoming Parade. It will follow traditional route down US 1 and East Beach 4 years ago from Or-

after the Sixth Annual Moody Blvd. mond Beach, Florida He wasa
Flagler Farm Bureau Banquet 8:00 P. MBunnell' High vs. D It B, St. Augustine The class of IMS will be special guests with World War II veteran.

I Saturday night seats provided In front oTihe. stands. _, v4V Survivors Include his wife
State Farm Bureau President -- i- Phyllis; a son. William Jr..
Art Karst was speaker for the TAXPAYERS PLAN Groton. Conn.; 2 sisters Mrs.
event which was attended 'by CALDWELL REALTY FLAGLER BEACH CANDIDATES KITE Alice Walsh. Bergenfleld. N.

I more than 130 members and OPENS AT BEACHEarl COMMISSIONDISCUSSES The Flagler Beach Taxpayers J.; and )Ira. Doris Urey, \Vappinger -
their families and guests. are planning "Meet, The Falls, N. Y.; a brother.
The invocation was given D. Caldwell announcedthat TAXThe Candidates Night Monday Gilbert, Bronx, N. Y.; and 2
he has opened a real estate
by past president Raymon F. office at Flagler Beach. City of Flagler Beach Flagler Beach Municipal Hall. grandchildren
Tucker. Introductions were Caldwell is located at Commissioners agreed' Thurs October 28 at 7:30 p. m. at the Military graveside services
made by Tom Lenssen. Chart 200 Realty Blvd. day night to have a tangible All candidates seeking were conducted by DAV Chap.
ton Wall cave the member Moody personal property tax roll prepared election in the General Election ter No. 86 at St Mary's Cemetery
ship report which indicated Caldwell Is a licensed' real Korona Saturday morn
a from the county tax are Invited to speak at
membership of 110 last estate broker. He will handle Inc at 9:00. The Rev. Lester
year roll after being notified the the meeting. Those interestedare
and 85 new memberships already sales of acreage, homes, businesses State Comptroller would not asked to contact Mrs. El- Stanton officiated.
paid. as well as property accept the City's 1968 Tax Roll fie Goodwin at 4372190 for Pallbearers were Charles
Harold Emery gave the management and rentals- without Personal Property Tax further information. Donahue. Harold Higglnboth
treasurer's report George Caldwell Sales has been being charged. The city has Following the candidates am Floyd Hurl, Gilbert Krier.
1 Clegs presented the resolutions moved from Bunnell to Flag omitted personal property tax speeches a taped discussionon John Lutton and Andrew
I adopted by the Board of ler Beach at the same addressas for the past two years.At Vietnam will be heard. A Za If'wskl
Directors. Caldwell Realty. He will the Taxpayers
I meeting Thursday spokesman said:
Frank Clegs gave the report handle pool and dlf'11\IC'lI.up. night Commissioner Leech Those attending will have an ATTORNEY
of the nominating committee plies, cleaners and Janitorial stated a bill to abolish per.sonal opportunity to hear an uncensored BARR
which presented' the following supplies. property tax in Flagler discussion recorded In DISCUSSED
directors for the new year: Beach should be Introduced' Vietnam by Marine Lt. General
Lyman Cage Victor Cowart. WADSWORTH when the legislature meets Wertz. CONSTITUTIONAttorney

Harold Emery, Tom Lenssen REELECTEDC next spring. Coffee and cake will be William Barr, Day*
Raymon Tucker Louis Steflik.D. The commissioners accepteda served. tona Beach discussed the new
I C Johnston. Lloyd Robertson OF C PRESIDENT preliminary tax roll and an The public Is urged to at State Constitution during the
f and Lewis Wadsworth. Equalization of Assessments tend. first session of the Coopera
L. E. Wadsworth was re hearing was set for 7:30: p. m.
Other officers elected at the Community Service Program
elected of the Flag
president October 31.
Board meeting were TomLenssen at Flagler Beach Wed
lee Chamber for the third yearat
vice Danny IN ROUTINE MEETAt nesday Classes
president; the Board of Directors meet.Ing YAC CLUB DANCE night are con
j Johnston, secretary; Don Tuesday morning. Wads. a routine meeting Monday ducted by the Daytona Beach
Jordan executive secretary, worth requested that his name SATURDAYThe night Bunnell City Commissioners Junior College Adult Continuing
and Harold Emery, treasurer. be withdrawn however, directors "Stone Balloons" will were told the cable Education Departmentand
present insisted that provide the music far the TV Installation had been delayed are sponsored by Flagler
the midst of Youth Action Club dance Sat due to the location of a Beach Taxpayers' Association.
LIONS CLUBS he was In some
project that he should fellow urday night at the Flagler suitable site. The Cable TV Classes are offered as a com*
: HEAR BRYANJack thru as presidentDr. Beach Methodist Chureh Social Company needs approximate muRk) service and subjectswill
Hall from 8:30:: 12:00 p. ly five acres to Install TV be selected by the par.
Bryan, Democratic can John M. Canakarfs was tower facilities.In tieipants. Classes are each
dictate for House of Representatives reelected vice president and m.The semiformal affair 1* for other business the com Wednesday evening at Flag
was guest speaker at Tom Lenssen was reelected members and guests. mission lee Beach Elementary School
the Flagler Beach Lions Club treasurer. DENIED the request of Mrs. from 7:30: 9:30: p. m.
last Monday evening and the The balloting for four new FLAGLER BEACH PTA Ruth Miller to move a build Registration fee Is $3.00.
Bunnell Lions Club Tuesday directors was certified by the HALLOWEEN CARNIVALThe Ing located behind the Hilde Those who are unable to pay
noon. election judges R. L. McNab annual Halloween Cam. brandt home on S. AndersonSt. due to circumstances the fee
Bryan discussed the U. S. and Tom Lenssen. The directors Ival sponsored by the Flagler to the Carver section.' will be waived by the College
Electoral College system and elected' for full three year Beach PTA Is scheduled Sat. HEARD Mayor Eisenbach Other subjects to be discussed *
I pointed out the problems that terms were Lee Drazba. L. II. urday. October 26 at the Flag report no further steps had during the course Include
could arise tithe presidential Church William Lenssen and let Beach Elementary School. been taken on consolidatingthe Parliamentary Procedure, City
election were directed to the Nagi Abraham.All The fun-liI1ed event will city's police force with the Charter Zoning Ordinance,
House of Representatives.The four directors County Sheriffs Police Department and
new accepted start at 1:30 p. m. with a pa City GovernmentFELUCEB
Flagler Beach Board of and were present for ride for costumed youngsters.The .
Directors' reluctantly acceptedthe the reorganization and election parade will form at the CREEXCEMETC1Y
resignations of "'Charter of officers. : City Hall and proceed to the TIDE TABLE
President Floyd 'Co11 and It was announced that the school for costume Judging. Tides For October 24-30 WORK DAY -
Willie Harrison. Installation of officers wouldbe Prizes will be given for* the 2. 9Sa 10:12 3:12 ":00 SLATED SATURDAY -
The Beach Lions Club held at the Annual Banquet spookiest prettiest!' and most 25 10:48 11,06 .:00 4.5-C The annual "Work Day at
also agreed to sponsor Boy on NoW'n25th.. Committee original costumes. 26 11:12 11 tea :5:00 600'l7 Pelllcer' Creek Cemetery, has
Scout Troop" 472. They were Chairman B. L. McNab Carnival activities include 12:12 12:48 6:06 706 been slated Saturday. October
to give financial assistance stated that full details of the fun events and food booths.A 28 1:18 1:$.& 7:18 8:18
and participate in troop activities. banquet would be announced movie will be 26.A
shown at 29 2:24 3:00 8:30 9:21 basket lunch will' be served .
later. 4:00 p. m. in the caSetorlum. 30 3:36 .:C6 9:42 10:21 at noon.:

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CM JIM iMMftoe attending a reUffaw swvfae invfcMi Woe U. S. D. A. Choice
e.A tH.itkii .broke mt in spontaneous aaptatse? Can yen foa-
.p.e a suing ovation at the end ef the service?

Can you even' Imagine an overflew crowd at a Sunday eve 5S
ntnc service In any church? No. I eeuMn't either. But k happened .
*t Ftofier Beach lat Sunday evening.

I mtiat admit that I was somewhat apprehensive as I
S. D. A. Choice
watched the 70 voice youth choir from' Satellite Beach assemble .
for a religious music concert at the Flagler Beach Methodist
Chttfeh. Ib. 68''

They were assembling several electric guitar with ampM-
tiers, drums and cymbals! I was beginning" to wonder If I could
take it in a church. Would it be a sacrilegious experience?
Choice JuicyALL
Then I looked at the congregation assembled. There were
many youth from all over the county. But. the nucleus of the
Beach Methodist Church is composed of senior citizens. I won.tiered MEAT STEW Ib. 68<
how they would take to this new music.

But all of my fears were Immediately dispelled as the 70
youths marched In and took their places In a very orderly fash
Ion. They were neat, well groomed' and alert as if they had a Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB Lyke's "Sugar Creek"
real message In music they were anxious to present

Their music was different It had a rhythm and a beat seldom SMOKED BACON

heard In a church. But, It had a message that yr>" could I lb. 49CSLICED FRANKS89C 1
not help but feel as you sat thru the service. Z

In fact the congregation entered Into the spirit that they FREE
enthusiastically accepted' the jivey "Amen Chorus" which the
director said he was presenting at the request' of his choir Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER
though with some reticence of his own.

The director and his wife explained' to the congregation that
this Is a mission minded choir. Besides going to other churches PICNICS lb. 38<

to present concerts they go on tours of migrant camps duringthe
summer where they present the message of the church thru

They are organizing a combo that will do night club standsIn
an effort to reach people the church could never reach. Small Meaty

Yes, they were quite different They had a new beat, a new I 2-3 I lb. Avf. SPARE RIBS lb. 58 < I

rhythm, even a new voice. They had a purpose. They were a dynamic
example of what dedicated' youth can do in this "space

Blue Plate Quart Jar
John A. Clegg

one tries to rook me on a EVAPORATED MILK
price and I know it before 24 oz. Bottle
Dear Editor: hand I act very differently
from some others. My better CRISCO OIL 49C Tall $ I read with amazement, in judgement simply would not E. 7 Cans 1
the last Issue of the Tribune,
allow me to make the pur
Aunt 24 Bottle
Mrs. Ralph Sackett's verbal oz.
chase. Limit 7 with $5.00 or more food order
lashing of Flagler countians.Her .
Respectfully SYRUP 490
choice of words and I Each
journalistic ability painted a John 5E'ayCALENDAR .
horrible picture of .nar Aurora (Limit 1 Please) 2 Roll Pkg.

row-mindedness, bigotry, and TOILET EaCh
ignorance ." in the residents OF TISSUE 19cQuart MATES(
TO )
of our community. Depicting EVENTS I
our community as J Kraft "PURE" Bottle
poor and poverty stricken, the TODAY: "Coffee for Bill I ORANGE No. 303
writer, of the letter to the editor Chappeir at Flagler Beach JUICE Ea. 35C CAN 10'
cautioned' all of us to examine 10-11:30( a. m. and Bunnell
ourselves in an effort Civic Center from 1:30-3.00: J I
" not to perpetuate the p. m. FOLGER'S Limit 3 with $5.00 or more food order
.". j
Ignorance (-o-)
I would direct to the writera Boy Scout Troop 472 will
comment made recently by meet at Scout House, East COFFEE FROZEN
our ultra-llberal U. S. Attor Moody Blvd., Bunnell. FOODSS -
ney General who quoted Will (-o-)
Rogers as having said "all of SATURDAY, OCT. 26: ,lb. 43c: Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 oz. Size
us are Ignorant-just on different Idlewood Club Halloween I m Each
subjects, that's air. I Party for members and guestsat POUND CAKE 69C
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
wonder whetherthat
respectfully Flagler Beach South Hwy.
writer is Ignorant of AlA at 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Dale Foremost (Ass't. Flavors)
the overwhelming majority of Brown Is in charge of ar
persons living among us who rangements. FRESH PRODUCE ICE MILK % CaL 59
are open-minded, knowledgeable (-0-)
and responsible citizens. Flagler Beach PTA Halloween Young TenderSQUASH
I seriously questioned the Carnival at 1:30 p. m. Iba.
writer's wisdom. She having (-o-) Z 29C OUR VALUESHORTENING
admitted that even thoughshe MONDAY. OCT. 28: Flagler
was aware that she was Beach Lions Club meeting at 4 I lb. Cello Bar
being "rooked" on the purchase 7:30 p. m. at Rodgers Restaurant *
price of a few lots- Hwy. AlA Flagler APPLES 49C
she bought them anyway. It Beach. !b.
seemed to me that wasnt a (.0-) ]FRESH Crisp 3 Tn Z9cCUCUMBERS
shining example of being Royal Neighbors meet at
smart. 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. : 3For 19c Limit 1 with $S.OOormore food order
Mrs. Sackett's letter, aside Herbert Allen 902 N. Railroad
from revealing a positive lack Ave. BunnelL Mrs. C O. Ma-
of understanding and knowledge gee Oracle, will preside.
about our citizens In my (-0-)
judgement, has done Impair. TUESDAY, OCT. 29: Boy
able damage to the commune Scout Troop 495 meeting.
ity's reputation.I (-0-)
don't know, maybe Ishouldn't WEDNESDAY OCT. 30:
Flagler County Civil Air Patrol .
take her letter too
meets at 7:30 p. m. at the FOOD
seriously, but my family andI llfl
like this county and Its peo airport. nil
ple. I realize that it Is not a ""Mini
Utopia but Its our home, and MUM I
Tm proud of ItIncidentally. (
If anyone w row OPEN SUNDAYS ( Phone 437-3227
knows how much Mrs. Sack-
3:00 a-m.-1OO U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
ett wants for her lots at Flag- p.m.
let Beach please let me know. Ji6PT1lgyp Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good October 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28, 196811br
However I warn you If any- -


there is little he can do about 3-THE rLAOLEft TWMMC THuR .. OCTOftCR X 1664tfTHlNG
Too Late I It. -- -
< the Social TFSrs-
TODAYSMOUEM5 If. majority a nwssw Security
bass .1 0I1t4f II. nee .11III A
, To Classifyat lit big pasty h* sot N-E-W-S A IT __
asr.r jlwi rear-. than it kla q act In -.
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wifI. krrI
CO tf rage. 11 Of..rk a
modal hcwttf benslidades acted .
agMotec emphysema >
wok OIK! nw fcfeet.HERLOHG. NMjMtty a+f die s fanf ...*- .
matter who we west a* In Flatter OMmty who need er chroMlc rcaf4mtory aUtm*
.uU 1111 ..... flss4
fisher -.t.uw In 1'- '.If. ty. Avt tO report' CwMmM of AviMVMI es ha.. Men rssrwsd set the
many ss.mants of O. ssdety that even BaaBBSjaw of tholeown .r other a vmta that affect the AM* 'hkJdII11laM
will be .......1..J. Mtscvsty patty will not stand payment of their monthly .....k. .t.+ory Dime Ms.Me.lesrMlM..
...... sea tsU.t how Mudisd htuiiid and mppiK the admifttsaration IMMeta may now fo so d.- at 412 awsth PaAeAYe
and ....... will be gnMisn. M their oMfea- through the serial security of Daytona leach. aasit
ed and opposed by certain tins to certain' powerful h at 115 North RMfeweod I n VHMvA JT. The hours ate JWm. ..
groups be they Wt right ordead groups who have contributed Ave. in Daytona Beech M. D. te 4 p. m.questionnaire.
NMfr. heavily 10 their CftlVI M M E.4t., District Manager Mid 'ftte test sondsb of a simple
All candidates glibly tell IM might be adversely affected. to4 y. B.port. may be made breathing 1M aM a bek.,
what they will do if eieeted. A president might appoint by mall telephone or personal pertaining te
They will solve the Vietnam a secretary of Mate whom he I vMt cough shortness el breath
problem' control crime and knew concurs with lib pro. Mr. Bdi MM that up to and smoking habHa It Is re*
riots In our streets, maintainlaw gram but even if he gets over now benefleiarfe were encouraged commended that a person \
and order, step waste of the hurdle of congressional to notify the Social wishing to take the test retrain -
taxpayers money, solve the approval of the appe+MlMftt. Security Administration about from smoking fee at 1
our he will find that powerful interact the oocurtnce' of these event least two hours.
race problem improve
national Image and do a let will oppose any action on postcard form pre-addfeM-. No dorter's referral Is nec
of ed to one of MX social security' If tests abnormal
of other things that most folks his secretary state may essary. are
eagerly ck>sft. propose. It could be organised record centers throughoutthe the individual is notified by
Just how they will accomplish labor, hippies, yips, the country. Beneficiaries received letter and recommended that
Birch Society, The NationalAssociation the postcard forms he contact his personal phys*
all this te anybody's
of Manufacturer, when' they Initially applied leian for diagnosis or treat
rI I do the
not question
guess. for monthly benefits.Eadie meat if Indicated. of
of candidates In the Pentegen. and a hundred Copies
others that maintain powerful Mid that the changeIn the tests' are mailed to the
pledging to do everything
lobbies in Washington reporting methods is designed physician designated by the
solve these
their to
power to reduce the time Individual taking the test.
I their is The on both the .
) W"dlio.. ,. (IU, ) so problems limited, no matter power how chief executive pressure' and on Congress needed to change other information addressesand The screening! survey being
process conducted is
an attempt todefine
hard they may try It appearsthe is tremendous. For example
having an effect on payment the incidence of emphysema .
mission is Impossible. a million marchers of monthly benefits. The and other chronic
What president can ac now protest Vietnam as they .
any change Is prompted by the Increased respiratory disease In the
complish toward putting his urge the burning of draft capacity of social security community.
In force depends cards and even our flag. The
program district offices
: to trans Respiratory disease, particularly .
largely on Congressional support government's: policy In con mit the information over high emphysema is a significant .
and action. He can urge nection with the Russian action peed communications circuits cause of disability in
but if his in Czechoslovakia contrary
and recommend, to record offices. the United States. Data re.ceived .
proposals do not appeal to to the opinion of the In addition to address from the Social Security
senators and members of the Longshore
congressmen changes Eadie Mid that Administration reveal that
men's Union brought the re events that affect receipt of SS3 persons In Florida were
fusal of longshoremen to loador monthly social security checks retired prematurely with emphysema .
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. unload Polish ships. Cuban Include employment, marriageor in 1965 because of
freedom fighters bomb ships
remarriage in some instances disability and that 857 deaths
and offices they consider supporting divorce and death. occurred.
H. CRAIG. Funeral Director the enemy. Hippies
march In protest of State Department -
JOHN CAPO. Manager' -------------------- -
policies. While these GOCXM
AIR OXYGEN opponents are concerned with

CONDITIONEDCHAPEL : I LADY I EQUIPPED only one particular policy

structlve to disrupt action intelligent based, con on DACY FOR RE-ELECTION TO EAST i
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complete knowledge' of the FLAGLER MOSQUITO CONTROL DIS
201 B. MOODY BLVD. BUlfNCLX. FLORIDA real problem.
While the average citizen TRICT.
knows what be wants, he
looses sight of the fact that

ATLANTIC HARDWARE no matter whom*be elects LYMAN L GAGE
the man .limited In his abil
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albs R. W. D***. Jr. enter
i MeCAH fate* tie Unrfetf DmsftMersf
,(, r'r' Mrs. Jade MtCsista., uel. +erst trio Cnffa Featly at
kid. ,. was sjttost eC iHVMr at hsr IMB t. .......n. Mrs. z.
a mtoerlUMvw SSMHUC Tuesday G. fl...... Jr.. chapter peesMem. -
tvtmtne gJwm a* t*** jMSldfrt' during the
home of MM. Gene ........ MMMMSS meeting' !
flOS N. MooN AL ........ IMS. )Ira. M. T. Cook and MrsMeUaari
Raymond' Smith was eahoa- reported on the Dts
tea*. triet tlC Convention In Ork4 .

4 A poawl valor sdtente WH .. Octt 13.IMfwsfcments.
used i.i the attractive decorations of pie and cof
an refreshments. of foe were served' by the hostess
MkAvMrlCnCMs.,. cake and punch to Mrs. Holland' Mrs.
served to tie guests. Cfeek Mf*. Z. D. Holland. Mrs.J. .
The gifts were $seed" on a O. CMC. Mrs. W. E. Kirtffct.Mf .
taMe beneath and umbrella '*. W. E. Knight Ill Mrs.H. .
for prctonahon to the brMe. H. Murray Mrs. Walter
dame were played and Cody, Mrs. George Allen Sr.,
Mrs. Beb Davis was price win Mrs. S. W. Allen and Mrs. M. I
ner. :Mrs. A. B. .Johnston wen C. Striekland. Sr.
the door prize. Flagler County Shrine Cub mcir.bcrs I to r George English
.\ : :: About twenty Invited guests Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Fuller Zach Holland and P A. (Zip> Edmonson are shown cooking
-' ,. attended. of Panama City were house- steaks for a recent Dinner at the Bunnell Civic Center for Shrin-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. ers' and their guests. About 35 attended the affair.
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The Flagler Beach United HOME FROM HOSPITAL dauffctef of Belle. Glade vis-
MISS VAUGHN Methodist Church School and Bud Henry who was Injured lied in Bu-RM'lllalt week with AT JAZ FAIR
Methodist Youth Fellowship while riding a horse has their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bun David SiefHk and Daniel
Miss Gerry Vaughn. will solicit funds for UNICEF been released from Halifax W. W. Deen and Mr. and Mrs.
of six teachers S4efHk. sons of Mr. and Mr .
neil was one
Sunday, October 27 from 6:00 Hospital and is convalescingat J. O. Craig.
belated into Rho Chapter Frank Steflik, Jr., Bunnell,
to 7:30: p. m. his home at Haw Creek.
Delta Kappa Gamma sorority UNICEF won 20 ribbons and two trophies I
Student Union at the Greater Jacksonville
at Stetson world.
build a better FUTURE FARMERS
October Mrs. .Jennie Black Biaek's Fair this week.
Miss Vaughn was escorted MILES FAMILY REUNION ATTEND JAX FAIR Flower Shop, Bunnetl. and Daniel won 5 blue ribbons
during the formal initiation Bunnell Chapter of Future Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson (first place) and 3 red rib.
ceremonies by Rho C1aptt'rmt"mMr SUNDAY. OCTOBER 27 Farmers of America participated of Flagler Beach attended bons (2nd place) for his Corn
Mr*. Z. D. Holland of The annual Miles Family In a livestock' >> Judging a Christmas Design School Ish. game entries. He won a
BunnelL Reunion will be held on Sun. contest at the Greater .Jacksonville For Florists: at .Jacksonville trophy for best hen entry anda
Past International PresidentMrs. day October 27. 1968-this Fair Friday. October: Sunday. trophy for the best cockerel
Eunah Holden, Deland year at Wesley Chapel, located 18. entered in the fair.
spoke on "Our Heritage" In Bacon County, just northof Representing the Bunnell. Mrs. Charles M. Hunt of David won 9 blue ribbons
The Rho Chapter birthdaywas Ga. Highway 99 and near chapter on the Judging team Dallas Texas arrived via (first) and 3 red ribbons (second .
celebrated at a banquet Miles Bridge.Mr. were Charles Williams. Leon. plane Friday to spend ten >)> for his entries in the
following the Initiation activ ard King Ray Smith Ken days visiting at Flagler Beach Greater .Jacksonville Fair.
ities. Miss .Jean Moore con. and Mrs. Horace Granger Tucker, and Mike Rawllns. with her mother, Mrs. W. O.
ducted the birthday ritual and daughter Nancy of Del. Classes of Angus and Hereford Estes North Hwy. AlA.
Bunnell chapter members tona were weekend house cattle were Judged by VFW AUXILIARY
attending were Mrs. Holland guests of Victor and Cora the team which placed seventh Bill and Frances Fryman
)Irs. J. T. Hargett. Mrs. John Buckles at the Buckles sum out seventeen teams returned home last Saturdayfrom CARNIVAL PLANSANNOUNCED
Rice Mrs. W. L Wadsworthand mer home at .Johnson's competing. Port Orange where they
Mrs. II. H. Murray. Beach. Agriculture teacher Lawrence spent a week camping and
Oliver accompanied the fishing. Veterans of Foreign Wars I

ROBIN PCLLICCR Mrs. Esther Flury West team to Jacksonville. Auxiliary to Post 5213 is sponsoring
Palm Beach visited in Bun GEORGE REVELS teh annual Halloween
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY nell last week with Mr. and Mrs. Rem Murray visited in ELECTED PRES.
Robin Pellicer daughter of Mrs. Don Moore and family. Georgia last weekend with Carnival and costume parade I
The BUS .Junior Class held Thursday. October 31 at the "
her .John Peede. her
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pellicer, brother a
Bunnell Civic Center. The
their first meeting October 7 parade
celebrated her twelfth birth. ATTEND FAMILY sister Mrs. Laura Bramblettand
and elected: new officers for is slated to assemble In
daughter and her mother
at f
day last Wednesday a am REUNION
front of the courthouse at 5
coming George Revels
year. i
ily at her home, 500 N. and Mrs. Peede.
Mrs. H. H. Murray was elected president p. m. Prizes will be awardedfor I
Moore Street. BunnelL granddaughter Jackie Sue VISITING SISTER Other class officers elected the most original, prettiestand

Murray, spent last weekendat Mrs. Catherine O'Connell.Di were Ann Meekins. vice president funniest costumes.
Rldgeland. S. C. visiting Plalnes. Illinois Is visiting ; Steve Donovan secretary Any club, organization
MEW MEMBERS relatives. In Bunnell with her sister, ; and Barbara Wilson, church, or school that would
Senior Future Teachers of While there they attendedthe Mrs. .Joseph Harding. Last treasurer. like to sponsor a booth at the
America voted unanimously Wilson-Griner family re Sunday they visited In Jack Ann Meekins was named! carnival Is asked to contact
to accept membership applications union at Springfield Ga. sonville with Mr. and Mrs. .J. float chairman and will be Mrs. Blanche Akers at 437-3317
of Alice Smith and R. Harding and family. Mrs. assisted by Gwen King Melanie before 5 p. m. All proceeds:
Kay Ferryman at a recent GIRL SCOUT WEEKEND Margaret Taylor and son Cody, Elaine Murray from the booths will go directly
meeting. CAMP-OUT Johnny accompanied them to Evan Yelvington and Steve to the sponsoring club.
Members agreed to enter Flagler Beach Girl Scout Jacksonville. Donovan. "Lots of space Is available
a car in the BUS Homecoming Troop 732 t'njo'ed'ef'kmd Principal McGriff announc. and everyone is Invited to
parade October 25. Kay Per. "camp-out at Deer Lake. MARVIN CLECG: ed a date would be set within participate Mrs. Akers said.
ryman was appointed chair Scout Leader Mrs. Betty Miller IN RECITAL two weeks for class ring There will be a drawing for ,

man of the decorating com and Mrs. Paulette Creasy Marvin Cleg, son of Mr. measurements. a transistor radio during the .
mlttee. accompanied them on the and Mrs. Frank Clegg. Haw .Janet flames, Reporter carnivaL

Carol Townsend was appointed trip.Girl Creek will be one of three
Constitutional Com Scouts attending were piano pupils performing in a ,
mlttee Chairman. Beth Math Charlene Bean Patty Reynolds recital Friday October 25 at HAVE YOUR FALL WARDROBE
erly and Catherine Harris Barbara Burns, Dorrie 8 p. m. at the Palmetto dub CLEANED DURING OUR
were appointed commlttemen. Nichols Rose Marie Miller In Daytona Beach. The redt.
Janet flames Reporter and Jamie Wahlen. al Is presented by ),Irs. Ruth HARVEST MOON SPECIAL
TrempfT, Daytona Beach. The

young pianist's selections In. Prices Good Oct. 28-Nov. 2
Sal Chapped Believes J elude "Warsaw Concerto".

A 'Tara' Theme", "The Engulf. Ladies Plain Dresses........._. _.,,.$1.00

\ ed Cathedral", "Slaughter on Mens Pants, 2 Pairs. .. ........41.00
M Should the Presidential [t Tenth Avenue" and variations
from Beethoven.The Pick-up and Delivery Schedule:
election to c1
go public Is In. Bunnell
IIIH cordially -Mondays and Thursdays
the House of Represen f vited.
Flagler Beach Tuesdays and
tatlves the Congressman a Fridays
from this district 111 BIRTH Espanola-Tuesday and Friday after
should rote for the man ANNOUNCEMENTS

the voters in this district EMERY TWINS BUNNELL DRY CLEANERS

prefer by their bal BORN OCT IS
12-yc. fIliI&
lot-not disenfranchise Mr. and ),In. Howard Emery FOR SERVICE CALL 437-3188
them by voting strict "ii""lIt of Bunnell are the parentsof
twins born Wednesday,
Speaker si
party lines as his opponent October 16 at Bunnell General ... MMw-M'w M'wvw jxj-in-n
vows to do Bam**' M.stKemktr ,....... HospitaL Hake this
A boy David Weston Emery, /
born at 10:14 a. m. weighed Ji. Announcing
4 lbs.-9\ ounces at birth. A AUTUMN
girl Tracey Rae
Emery, was
Bill Chopped Is The Best Man To Succeed born at 10:15: a. m. and weighed ,.
Syd Herlon9 Who l Is Retiring From Congress 4 pounds. 614 ounces. 1 I' JEAN WAITS
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Emeryof



I BILL CHAPPELL and Mrs. C. H. Muzyka
, of Lakeland are the proud GIVENS BEAUTY SHOP I
YOUR CONGRESSMAN"HE'S parents of an eight pound
fourteen' ounce son born Sat. SPECIALIZING IN STYLING WIGS AND

YOUR KIND OF MAN" land urd T hospital, October 19- at a .Lake. \\IGLETS-LATmr CUT AND STYLES

raid Political Advtrtiwownt 0.... He was named Michael Paul Telephone -139-2312 For AppointmentMIll



.. ruouR rummc TMIM. OCTO+ E s+. MMATTBtHI
PRESIDENT SPEAKS AT BANQUET ......... I.....1..SK...? 1-'nIC

... '
Vol Mve>.y l: tkattyMty LOCAL C+IM'tRii liN
t..... ....... .. :... -
a.)_,. .1 Is w o.-t,. .M,- SAAM0VA )iTAwal.bI RESTORE
Ida wNl ....... hies Mul .
s M J ....... atvblRB. COHSTlliTlOlMl
boo r L 1 A! e4' ttl. .. s
1.,11 o cwn "--urt h At twrattrta frbm
IIw P1ag/1r t.-. ,QMI,..,...
11..1111. MNr/.. ., ... ,..wall ...... ( r 0dIIIMr .. GQYEMWHJ
\ 17 were CMHy Agrtevltura)
I II i ... ...... ricer
! In. 1. -AI 10 rlp.nfii.consorvotism .
r 1,11..+rlagKI. ..:::=. Agent DrniaM Jordan and Ly ; /
1 1.PW lied J. l'" said man Gaffe
I I ,tllnlmula 1M l.... ... V-I ..- Tile BraerikM. < eradication

c..p'.b ... pragma WM d .cuosed. which
e& Is.t
1 t tI' \ Aerl .... to of vhai Importance to every nj l lA
II" Prwld ... AaIe.I. cattle piiihutr In the state
...... p.taal. ......... 1earAtlr
White SI cmmtiev Inrlu.I

t. _. iiog ow awn are now ModiM
I' \.,".. +
AVDr 1u tit...... Coretree, there are a
.1 SIs __ ........ few eauHries that have not
"fI... R.11I -
, niw: IMI 1Mplrr alt ....... .p their herds, and as

writ OooM *,....... the dx aline of January t

IL Turn BtMnbAOMIfciy" WhooL 1W8 .has passed two states

-.. *... and 8 others have already oj
I ( ofA "."..._ abort to qvaraiittne Florida

Florida Slate Farm Bureau President Art Kant Veto Beach Poor .. rise paid *o*.ox *o ankle cannot be exported
$' 71- Ie ae-. u ,
1* shown addressing- Sixth Annual Flagler' Farm Bureau 7" UonMo arm ....... or .... tMrt. RF
I'ab ...-....r.AUII But ow Slate Association
Banquet Saturday night at Bunnell High School cafeteria. )
l *. w.w liii ij T.. ftek-, .. dM Ret te PWrtda Depart
Track ......... ......* moot ef AgrVeuHwre to coitimte
11, etI. ...- hT, .... P1wli
GEORGE CLEGG PRESENTED PLAOUE ..M* Notty.SM their program con ting
cm.foottlv. ... -' ....... Not upon participation by I
.. .
'" **TnirVMBj.- *....A najMOWBf JL ..J l raM,i-raMtml. & D. A. jut as their employees

........ eeukl be readjusted off
',t ....... ..... cwUM .......
petlsni .la ar Ifp.fwos the Keg Cholera program also
In a U I rj" "' ..... the I local representatives did
l.,..... to be POll ......... ..-
dicating ............ deMvoryTh help 'in obtaining a moreequitable
.. assessment for State Mt Wi"t ,. (IIU)' ,
Th Hoard IK* ri.... dues. dqHsbeCretdMrw"
sa et ilk* CwiMjr Loealy
may rv. lr*. t* r.}.t MUT MI dues.
bide and to wake Miy I':'Mllt HERLONGELECT
... in ..... rt*>#'M.
hated at has...... Florida. tMtlth t/iFd foUowkw the l-itn-r.
Ur .( Oetotw I.... ........ton ., .....
,'. H. t'OWAt3T. l.-kMata- ...e I1NCftft ......n... the
Hoard *f Csn47 VmATTEHT reM to rel-et any and Mil hid
mN.Msoers .[ F1aeler to waive any Iftformnlitit: : *
a I'o.nty. .......... si....... rZ1Z'Vbr
Last FUnier Uoiqult -
i.EOHUK )(. MtXMiT. 1.rk Control District
Ort IT and 14. Iii$. Board of fonMntMton..r*
---- --- L.yman I.. 0.... ..... r..r ,r1T
LEIlAL AU"tKTI-.l....::.!... Ort 24 and .11, a:
K\TII DirlAL. (CIHt IT. IX "
AND rOK KUAtiLKH t: l. .

.' t.0K.II' RE
a>r %II. ,,0. 4ClS-1t IIIH'.oaUL:04 % -
\ Farm Bureau President Louis Stefllk left presents past president n.lnUff,

plaque to George Clegg. Looking on is Farm Bureau pro MART CATUJlHNNE FAIR

I gram chairman Tom Lenssen seated.Remember. OTIllo1.De t.ndaat.Uf flT Wc- -

or FLORIDA ,..
r/e IU lMr4
Mil Y.nnw.yI.orlstIlls. ......
YOU ARE! K--e rH"''.d ,
to Ale with k .. the .'"
fourt four An.w.*' t* BHl or ......
.............t seal b...... agalsat
roll In tM above .", Iu.. oAb.90 ,
.. or ,* Hth 4r .(
N *......, IMS. and aorv a copy tN
thrror up** DMMM C JM* -
MIl. 1'Utatfff Attorney h.r.l.,
...... .44l.*.. to lit UranKAv .
*.i**. Dayton* R* efa. FlorM ,
I!,r !. hereby d*.l.MU4 .. the iit
a.wspaper In wkieir this Order
.*ill b. pMoliaHod ones a wo k
ter her eos.cutlve .....'".
Whenthe JI'A I1t.TWilL BE )
..sArN...... YOU ro I
Tbr aasrs .t this .1Ik u *
right hand knew Bite tar 01 .'N,
wrTNHM. mr hand and seal
.t Mwa"'1. norM. tM Jrd day
of Oct. .,. A. l>. IK*. "" _i
what the left hand
was OBOftot: )IOODTa. ,
Clerk of MM Court : S
(Seal) 1
doing? By Kctlvurn I* Emery g M
Deputy Cbrk .1 4I

Ckt. .t, IT. ]. and II. 4tc ,*

Wf must fight waste, dupI liel.ti. AUnItTl..u't_ !' { .r

.. and intHicicnqf as vigsr- Notice 10ql'III'I'.. hereby Pt/R given Blue that

l" Kat: Flat-tor M.sOulto Coir
tvsly in Tallahassct as I in trOll lMtrtet. n....' .........
Florida, will oJd bldg
Washington (i. .. the bureau nt the cxnce. located 7 ..Iltpsnortb
of Flackr, Hsh on Highway
erotic cast .f f 7 agencits UI- A1A. up to and until ,:..
1' M. Wodneoifay. .N vemb.r I.
crn.J with rtcreatio .1....) 114$, for th* followln for a.caiyeFurnish
g H. 1>*I:
: hrei..tei Twen> 1"Gus"DEMOCRATIC
I? OaHon No.
CONSERVATION We have a Fuel Oil to bo delivered to tho
must more IMftrtof. ..or... Tank at Shop
north of Klavler florlda.
coordinated long range planning to In quaatltl* *ulUbU for thorapacltjr

be effective. I* approImatelr of storage tails tank to. which$.4N/
A. H.
alion*. Quotations to Include

TOURISM We must have more an Arm appUeabl bid based tame on. and M to decree bo a,

temperatvr av>d to *tat. terms
unified management in order to of payment NOMINEE FOR
Kvnvlfh Imatelr two
our springs rivers lakes thousand l.m approi) Ballon. IUcuUr .
protect 0..11_. 0....... shall meet FLORIDA STATE '.
and shorelines. all of the minimum, requirement
for Rerular Orad OaoHno a.
Mt forth by the Iiepartment ofAvrVultiir
of the State of PlorMa > HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESDistrict
VOTE ECONOMY! a* authorised by Chapter
SIS. Florida Statute 1MI. da**
olln Inspection Law and Ortanonumber
34-St. John
VOTE shall bo >. *r better. ,
Oaolln to bo delivered to the Putnam and Lake Counties
nutrlrf Headquarter north ofruder
nea h. FlorMa, In 0aan>
"t,ire for torre tank tank/ties. A. H. "610 Craig as a long experienced legislator has

[(Idly to furnlh vtorar tank earned membership on Unportant commlttMlMn'.
of M* ration caparity with dl*
Wl i ) fS ...I." pump and )/."Ur. Quota ing a Chcdxmon of Salt Water ConMcration and as Vic

tlon tnir* and to Includo to b* alt arm apprleabl bid star Chairman of Claim; member of Insurance State lastitu

Inc term of paynventFttmlfh tons Bonks and Leans Executive. Communications. Mil
approximately Twen
tv-rtvo Hundred ( .SM) (OalUtn Itary and Veterans Attain ,Pensions Btttrtmtnt. Else
U P O.. d.M ered the *in*' tons and others.
north of
ct r| .
true.Reach. fdairiUderTankijtfknd

ds.p.e./nrr Pump with meter.OiMUtlon _.
to b" flrm hid ond to I Tears In TIM
I DfMOCIAT DttT. 1) Kate ternt of Mirment ..VTh ..
bwlk of hear Toflslr
day Ftogler. Marion & Putnam CountiesPd. WMmt wW lie from Var ht HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ;
1510 thru IIrpt..... i.. 1045.

TU Ad By J. It. Wiiiiants !See BM err to he at XovemherC. th. ofTT'dneMi'r. PoL Ads Paid For By A. H (Gus) CraigSTATE

154$. .! 11* T )I.
..woe*ful Bidder shall V. not a

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Mfffh\. OCT. 27 MMto

CHURCH .......... the man that I
......... is4tton: for he to
NEWS iJjjI trim. he shall. receive the
CNWM of life which the Lord
..... .,. .1
hartfc .
II L-"" Momtoed to them that
.....:. Ct
f .1j
I HEARD A VOICE I heard a voice- 'llriioverse from lames is .1I
Speaking of love part of the MMe LMMOOSer
1 heard a voice- j
Saying that God through mon titled "Proeation After
which enveloped my soul.
Christ to here DHttIto be read in all
Mid carried me beyond themundane Heating, loving with help so Christian Science Churches' I
of ut.-
near S rdy. October 27. j
JW M ss* me down la the
The heaven sent dove.I Christian Science services in
toid+3ie et MetS;
.... this area are held at First I
Left me naked and heard a votoe Church of Christ Scientist
United Methodist Church of Satellite Beach Youth
saying to all who bear HisM Ormend Beach. 100 North
1 heard a velee. Iftt'. Halifax Drive and First Choir Is shown assembled In the Flagler Beach Methodist I
IfINIHRc te 1M. You are my witnesses' my Chureh of Christ. Scientist Church prior to their performance Sunday afternoon, The TO '
but. yet speaking to these hands and feet Daytena Beach 137 Live Oak voice youth choir was directed by Mr. and Mrs. Royce' Hart of {
a1MMtt Me Your body, your soul ean only Avenue. Satellite Beach.
v.ho like myself had fabled to be complete
N'e'- When you share the love of 1
trapped and net free.I HOSPITAL NOTES I
Him who
heard a voice "And he said to them You ; Maxine Donovan,
a voice of freedom shall love the Lord your Cod Bunnell; Calton Jones, Bun Open Thursday Thru Sunday 5 till 10 p. m.
Saying that God never con- with all your heart and with neil; Gene Barber Bunnell; I
deuces M all your soul and with all Rob Deen, Bunnell: Michael
Yet the sinner .Is always His your mind You shall Bross. Flagler Beach; Estella SPECIAL THIS WEEK
kin. love your neighbor as your'self. McCall Flagler Beach Ruby
And His kingdom shall come. ." Matthew 223739. Repdk, Flagler Beach; GraceE.
- "FLAGLER-BEACH- HURCHDEDICATED Dearmon Ormond Beach; Southern Fried ChickenAll
Irving M. Doely. Ormond

14"" ... Beach; Marilyn Doely Or.
You Can Eat
..-- ... .: ... .. .. mond Beach.DISMISSED.

'. ....; Mills,: Edward Evelyn Tuck..r.Mlchu Schatz., Served with Homemade BUcuit and Honey I

Mary Olson. Marlene King,
William Tidwell John Allen Roasted OystersAll
Sr. Amy Taylor Marie Will-

Smigielskl lams, Horace Levi Horn Brannam.O. Lewis. You Can Eat $3.25



Real Estate Broker

South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1
BunaslL Florida
r- .. At Moultrfo-Sign on right

HASTINGS MATTRESS -'--'; -, .: =-.; .

The Rev, and Mrs. Reynold Hoover, center, stand with Dr 710-12 Palatka Lemon Florida St. fm;;) I ON TIMECERTIFICATES
and Mrs. J. Milburn McLeod. right and Rev. and Mrs. L. E. 50
Phone EA 5-9166 10
Watkins following church dedication ceremonies at Flagler
Beach Sunday afternoon. Dr. McLeod. District Superintendent of Furniture Opholttrto l
United Methodist Church, delivered the dedicatory address. Rev. Repairs & Rsflnlshed vouttuCOUSfTT MINIMUM 00G-80 DAYS :
Mattresses: & Box Springs
Watkins was the first pastor of the church. RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
Mad to Order.Alto Rtnovatod NATIONAL
--- -- -- -
She Is one of sixteen In the Call Lama Mortis 4374233 BANK
Ph. C77.t217 ITS W. Granada
fall doss according to John Alter :00 Me
H. Smiley, DBJCi dean of applied raiCES SEASONABLE Ormoad )Beoxh. Florida

Gall Maltland. Flagler Jut as Boar as rant III .i;; I.I : I : r-Jr: :: IJ ....-
of okra
Beach, graduated Friday from Young pods Phone or Pest Office
excellent In and
the practical nursing programat are soups Drop Us a Card or Call
Daytona Beach Junior Col. stews and may be boiled baked F.... Pick-up & Delivery

sciences.lege's school of applied Association.Florida or Fruit fried and according Vegetable to BINGO 8:00 P. M



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BUNNELL, FLORIDA Disabled American VeteransJim

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FINE HARDWOODS Bulldozer-Dump Trucks-

Most orders filled within IS working dors- Now' Serving
all areas in 75 mil rod. of Bonn lL BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY

CALL COLLECT Day 437.3519 Night 437-3328



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RETURNS after you see

your doctor. .
We Pay Pottage Both Ways rY/ffiofl MIUl) .
.." raM M.r......d...........r b.r1d 'AMY bring yourprescription

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"It L.11 .. 10a1p LW 1.11 ""'_ IJ uf It... .... MAILING *4* .'b.iR rr Wr._ t

alk.r. .s**. smmaliy ky tfce JIa.
I4.ycMI oj* P144 t1ti .......MIl....s4.Ik tcrnlty of Alp** M*. Ch national DATES LISTEDA ItAl> as1lsMs ahoM be ....

ALL.iiM M ttAfW' honorary s'Jols.sfcs> reminder 1M al 311ai1Irn. .. .. Mrsll at ..... Mat.
m IT MAT ('nS- same TANK cleaning: drill and leadership fraownity for
date for ChrtatmM idid wed
fttta aidpatceM sr at1.wE
.field installed: Rota-Roter men in agrteutahi*, will beheld
to hereby slvon that 1 tar OWIMM idit.ryy1nMis irclod eortlpltod lls r-
.... ItoasonaMe
.... price at tM of FloriM
hare tied Uirfrotnsty
br return a* (AFtT and boor AMMiMiM AbetboM bsaslt
) aM
Administratrix of the ....te- of Call G.**ffe J..... 437-M10 JWRk
I'AWrT L WALKsfit de oaaod: 8-l tfNUR oft Nfr d% QQWIifMNl WAft ....... p? MctiftiyIII wmMsd

that I =: Mod petHion for This year's bwafefaot will by Ray )iso/e IWBWJF paper. wl/ek mMa-
teal d ,. an* I will 1
annlr to tIM HotnoraWo T. K. 1'tKM'IC irn Y- be held Saturday morning a* today. lose are anal d.... icily Mswgtheas tb. paeitage.

McKNIQMT. ."ountr >.**. of LM u* Keif b *w4ff y Pteflier 8:99 a. m. in the Osrtor Ream Hews sugReoMd by 1M Post Koch box stMwM be w rilmatoiinl tied
na ter Oountr. rUc* .

.IM MM and for palms .hedge piantttl *! aHwmi and friends Mlft'that all mail 1* dMivereden ai..oW
> of the' .ta5.of
DAIHT U WALKBR. dowo- 3H miles S ef B nnell on of agriculture and their families time. be VIM ** pffvfi any laid.Ing .

... U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc throughout the Male aefovtted Special I attention will again er 1eetifift6AC el artWN
De... Octobor U. I.... .
Ice/ tMrtlto Walter -- to attend. be placed on the delivery of within the package. Unless

A4* jf the ... SINGER model 66 equipped The Honorable Doyle Conner marl to aervteemen In Vietnam tWtdr (pled. hexes are Iiile.y

Ute. of eai.trstrlg/ DAiry.. U WALKv itt1 ri-zag and button-holer Commissioner of Afrieul- and tM sum Ie he fVUcVlW A slip she+s4ng

0-? IT. ,... It_*.. Nev. *. .* to Mee cabinet 5 payment at lure, will speak. are*. APO aaM Fro number list oT ooHieflWt aM name

- $8.% or tl..ii eash. For more To assure reservarloBS, Hek- should be> Included' on all and addfes of sender and ad-

-LEGAL-ADVEHTUIBMH5IT-- information, write Service Sewing ell should be purchased as overseas military mail' dfesse,. ahe4tW he end.sedIn

IV Tilt IIRtTIT rolHT OP Center Box 393. DeLand. soon as possible by sending th parcel. Custom Declaration

OA.L.U.L.I& 'at *T". KLOHI. Florida. 32729. Aug. 15 tte a sleek for S1." per personto types Tint of a mall reminder services of the available four. Perms completed by

!. ('.. X.. 457.1)Rl9llSALD : the senders are required on
It CKAUPPtahtttff WANTED to 20 acres with to Armed Force abroad:
Alpha ZetaBreakfast to AFO'sand
many some
hEUZABRTt'i Call 439-2665 after (1) Surface
Tickets Transportation.The FFO's. Check with the 6 p. m._Oct. 3. 4tc. Box :34 McCarty Hall regular parcel post rates post office before completingyour

University of Florida apply and these parcels are box.Parcels.
THE HTATB OF KUIHTDA. TO: tBLJZABtmf for Gainesville Florida 32601 moved through regular means
lots and
CKAMt1714 ( acreage to those abroad In

Tweon.Apt. No.Arizona 5 Charles L Tread Realtor. Ph. est Is Saturday, October 26 Armer Forces personnel

You are herebr notlfled that 2S3-6349! Nancy Dr. Daytona 196% (2) SAM-gift parcels should be mailed to:

a suit. has been flied acalnat you Beach. 32014.<< Oct. 3-4tc. weighing 5 pounds or less will
South and Central America
In tbo above entMled .u. : and be provided airlift
hereby < 4rd to ft* on
you are re i ; and Europe-by November
your answer with the Clerk of 2 HOUSES FOR SALE-3 bedroom Regulations for the huntingof a space available basis from
tlH 4'ourt and to aerv a oopjr furnish- the U. S. 15.Near
house partially ports e yen though
thereof upon tho plaintiff or migratory birds are designed East and Africa-by
plaintiff attorney whoo name ed. with furnished 2-ear garage to achieve two purposes: prepaid at the regular parcel November
and ...r.... I.: Corner lot. rates. 1.
Jam. H. Tucker apartment 1. To guarantee the returnto Far East-by November 20.
r. O. Dos IU 3-bedroom unfurnished frame the nesting grounds of sufficient (3) PAL--gift parcels weigh.
UunnelL Florida house also. 2 blocks fromocean. Ing more than 5 pounds but
breeders to maintainan
not later than November 4. A. D..
lU' Call 439.9200 or 439- adequate population and less than :20 will be provided
If you fall to do *o. Default parcel' airlift when
2125. Oct. 3, 5t p. prepaid at
will .. entered .*.1..., you for 2. To provide a reasonable
tho relief demanded In the bill --- opportunity for a large number the regular parcel rates plus
of complaint. Tho nature of HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bed. $1 additional postage.
aid cult belnr for room concrete block house [ of hunters to share fairlyIn (4) AirmaiL .

DI'OnCEWITS located on 4 lots. Separate the annual harvest x ,
M mr hand and teal Deadline dates i 1 I
of ..Id Court ...1. tth day ofl4ptemliEAitDJ1 garage. Hillcrest Subdivision. LEGAL METHODS-lt Is recommend

I"U.'.MOODT Flagler Beach. Call 4392175. legal to hunt doves: ed are:

Clerk of ._ld Circuit Oct 24. Itp. Over grain fields seeded Ina (1) Surface-by November

Court __ --- normal agricultural manner. 9 (2) SAM-by November
(Official' Heal) House for Sale-Frame houseIn
Hr Kathrrn U Emery : Over standing crops.
Deputy Clerk Block 121 on Moody Blvd., Over standing grain or other .
Oct. 33. H. IT. i.-....
j Bunnell. House must be removed feed crops grazed by live

LEGAL AnVCHTIEME5T from site within 30 stock.

t tIV days. Submit bids to First Over grain found 'scattered M
TIIK <'IHCI'IT ..tRT: nf ] 7:30 P. M.
Baptist Church by
FLAt.LKH tat !NTT. KM''. ,solely as the result of a normal SWIMMING
November 6th. For further de. agricultural! harvest"
.. Ice 4SI.K i tails contact C II. Cowart.
> d il I"3Lr
noNAU llalntllf ,Chrm.' Trustees Oct 24. 31. 2tp j illegal to hunt do.- POOL -

OAIL MtMUlAT Y. IIAHVLET 1 FOR SALE-Oil heater $5.00; Over bait-or by means, aid

Iirfendant i iOTI Electric Apt. stove $8.00 Van- 'and use of bait or on or over
TATE or rLURIHA. TO: I Ity. $10.00; Large drop-leaf 'any area where grain salt or CHEMICALSLIQUID

GAIL HURRAY IIAKVLKT ,table $10.00; 9 Inch pier mirror 'other feed capable of luring
c/o Mr*. IL A. Cornell
141 hurray Court I walnut. $100.00; Extra (or attracting such birds Is

tan )I.,,,. California 14Itl ]large bed solid head and footboard You are hereby notified that a
cult has been filed acalnat you In $30.00; old dresser 'or scattered as the result of a CHLORINE-"H. T. H."
the ....... entitled cauco; and $30.00; Phone 439.2317. normal agriculural planting
.,. hereby required to Bio
your anwer with the Clerk of Oct. 24, TFC 'or harvest CHLORINE GAS ALCECIDE
this Court and to enro n copy Over areas where grain
thereof upon tho plaintiff or DUE TO DIVORCE i crops habef'n cut down ACID, LIQUID and DRY
plaintiff attorney, whooo rains
and ad....... I*: We have a repossessed *68 i dragged down knocked down CELITE FILTERING POWDER

WALTEK A. SHELLKT model; swing-needle dial-a- burned over or otherwise manipulated
III Mouth almetto Avenue
aytona poach Florida :matie like new. Makes hundreds and left on the CONCENTRATED POWDER

not 11ta.later than November 4. A. D. of fancy stitches. Make ground. "KEMEX"

If' you fall to do to. Default automatic buttonholes sews REAGENTS FOR TESTING
will b. entered against you for on buttons blind hems, mon WATER
tho relief demanded In tho bill
of complaint. Tho nature of said ograms embroiders dams, LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED
suit being for patches, eta Guaranteed. As-

DIVORCEWITNEXH mr hand and oal surge" remaining 6 paymentsof ENFORCE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

of said Court this Wh day of $6.00 phone credit manager,
2556431.Oct THE LAW
Clerk of said Circuit 24. 31. 2te
Official $e.1) FOR SALE-1966Ford Country

By 'HrkL. Emery Sedan Automatic. Factory
Deputy V-8 trims.u CALDWELL SALES

Oct. I. 1.. IT. 2Ito.. Alr-Power Steering whitewalls
radio $1800. Phone 437- 200 Moody Blvd.' Phono 439-2100
3216 after 5 p. m. FLACLER BEACH FLORIDA

<)IC-T FOR RID Oct 24, 31, 2tp.
Xottco .. hereby given that 4i'
tho Board of County Commit. NEED IMMEDIATELY
.toner* of FUrUr County. FIo,.
Ida will receive oealed bids until Immediate opportunity for -
t so A.*t. Monday November man or woman. Full or part .IMTK"KXT or owxEitSIIIP, M*.AGKB+ T jtxn CIIUILATIOV
I. 11ia. In the office of tho (Act of Ueteor S3. Isis l*..... .... Till 35. t ailed .la(.. .'...l
Clot k of tho Circuit Court In time serving consumers with ; 1. Date or mine: October 1. 1111.
t". riafler County Court ho.*.. Rawlelgh Products. Can earn #;' 2. Tltlo of J-ublleatlon: Tho KUcUr Trlbuno.
Kunnell. Florida for the toU... week WriteC. a. Frequency of I.*.... ",..II',.
$125 or more.
lag: per 4. UM-atlon of known
omro of publl atlo: 211 K Railroad fit Dun
0. New Rubber Tired Front R. McDaniel F1J-360.769 noll. .. norMa JJ/I..
End Loader equipped with Four I. Location or the headquarters of general buln.. oittfes .( lb.
DeSoto Station Box 2467
Wheel Drive. Power Shift Tran- publisher*: Ill B. lUllroa4 ML. liunntll. rtacUr eo.II'". n 8r.....
:f dlle- Torque Converter Memphis, Tenn. 38102. I C. Names and &44,._. of editor and managing tdUori
flooded $Meerln and Publisher: John A. Clnr. .
Brake IT.I x IS. IS PR Tire. Oct. 24. 31, 2tp. Editor John A. (1. K. llunntlL HorMa. ;
2volt Direct KleHrl ....rt. ; 7. "'li.The naclr Tribune Ine, Uuan IL Florida 31010.
Inc. Automatic Uft'Ktckout and L. John tm. llunnvIL Florida 1JI.
Bucket Positioner. Tho Bucket $600 ",'.'.'" Itatio IL IIK.IJe .'. UunnolL Florida
hall bo of at ....\ 1H Cable "I' Marvarct legs. liunn IL '.U:21.'i..
Yard Capacity of the Multipurpose .. ., .;';( J :afto.rd bondholder, mortrafooa, and other holders own-
Type. Monthly l percent or more o( total u-t: bond, mortfaor -
Tho Machine anal also Vo or other securities:
equipped with Fender Muffler SPARE TIME );;1 I )I. a and KuU hi",. Mt C. Lambert Are., OunnelL norMa 121...
.LJchtlac Pyvtem. Cab Windshield Latent and nature of clrculatlo:
Wipers and Couaterwelchta. nating gloss and collecting Average No
Tho lMeo Engine -' Copies Each
hail bo of not I... than ua for our liquid plasUe tinting f ..... during Vlnclo lau
Cubic inches and develop not in this ana. No selling preceding I] Nearest to
less than <. FW IIP. The months flllnv date
weight of the leader equipped no xperitnc o..dsd as A. "1'8..1.* r'atH Net .
eot/es pr M run) lit 14125.
a* above peel fled hall be not compact will train and la 2$. I.... :
less than 1MM pound I WffiMf f. (Sit l. Sale* th .. .. carrier.
Tho Board reeerve the rlgaf.a tract. Applicant mast b. .treat vendor* end aeoi nter *.!.. 1M III'
the Interests of the CountyIndicating nllabU. bars car rtltrnow. J. laU rabocrlpttona n.
......1,.. te reject (' Total If.
may any orall paid circulation
bids and to waive any InformalIties ft*) cash prets tsd HERLOHGCONGRESS I). froo dlstrbutloa (Including samples) br us-a- It.....
Is bids v.telveLPrices by qmpoMat and lavto ....ITotal .* tde
.t. be Too Bunn.11. Sorr. Arsrog man nets S90ea K. distributiwnrssum of C and D) *30014 310.Ealter
approximate delivery _': 'j r. Offlco.... left over, unaccounted *...... .
data day. lacom incnasos printing l. ,
Dated at BmrnelL Florida this11th O. Total (urn of B A f-ehoutd equal net ''
day of October 110. accordingly for full ttaM. p,... run hown In A
C It coW'ART. Chairman For local iattnriaw ladod I certify that tho atatomontamado 1330 IIJi.

Board of County CommJ.. onera phono. Witte.UDJnnar .,. (..,. ," br Me above aro correct
tda.AOEOftaE. of FlafUr County rior- .....,.., and complete.
P. 0. Box 2668 Casptr (Signature of editor, UbU.",.
M. MOODY CUrk. WJ'Qo 12&01. business ........ or owner)
Oct. il-J*-Jt. John A. O.vr. Editor.IoIIeAL .



1-1'HE nJUJLEH--- DIanE- ____ ___ __ _._, 111.-... OCT01CB !4. _lttBUNNELL FISHING LINE >..,.. >-

HIGH JUNIOR VARSITY! FOOTBALL TEAM (wLZP*M) I* At abates Thete Mw bees ssae peer
fctfc. j- MMMdl l Jig Hrti smiles s eswet WIle tatses
."gist .... PMt at hsjfc bffkto* TMi pa*
WMk sappy et the steal IMI-
CoM eatebesef .bees bewtabew eewses have had peel estshes
M wen M a fcwr ihes. at the cha*** e< tide.1fiaa .
The .baas are nsswlsv tx is*
5 to 10 .... ...... tit. HM* feisesaaeo Resell. \
Hat Irr leads .
wie kiss waited iselds a law bs ats tCaldisgtWage
for some ttsw for kills bars
from the stein at .
finally had his ch..... 1.-a. six ...
Mugs big Bows moved
: Manos, n..... fc*.. hSIJN I into the lapses ..... a
onto what he
thought ws a
large sea turtle. Mr. and Mrs
Kk 'J f 20 pounder. wMctt westf J. C. Thomas, tax. Milne fuss
around the pilings and kwvke the dock along with Mr sad I
the line. This same baas was k
Mrs. Jim Sword Jax. broughtIn
hooked by anetner HI hi IBM. nand
trout, cteaker
over fifty
w.q ( I 4 brought In. I
5t Dwrtnc HMo and bias. using dead shtiss...
strufffle of (.
brincfeff the
Mrs. Betty Thomas was for
bass, It somehow .feet 15 .... I
tunate to hook tM big sea ,
e and was weighed In at JIM. turtle. which promptly broke

Jock Cenung's Fish Camp the rod and stripped. the
: lean In the reel.' Betty's
a Jack .....nt much to report throat I* tttli a bit sore from
: for the liaising in the sea at all her screaming.' George
the Camp. There have been' Allen. Bunnell. had some ,
some trout taken from the food luck bringing In 6 bs t
brWfe. None of the deep sea. and 2 trout. Little Mike Dili-
boats haw left the d ek. Ingham brought In a few
croakers and a sheepshead.
Devil's Elbow Fish CampT.
Bob Dekle. Green' Cove
,, ..
; t> tv Tbf" ) 4' H ln
The Bunncl) .Jayvees will play Florida D It B Jr, Varsity in St Augustine Tuesday afternoon A. Eatman owner' of the Springs, who helps Jerry out
said there around the camp caught 3
) be their last of the season. Game time Is 4 are plod
This win game p. m. at D It B field. .
catches of blues being token. trout and 2 croacker The
Front Rows Mitchell Henry, Perry Allman. Evan Yelvington. Leonard King Greg Crews, Greg as well as trout The trout croakers being caught are
Hob Mien. Willie Jefferson Coach Jack Hardta. still hitting the favorite Mir running large In size.
Middle Rows David Clegg. Lee Dodgtfi Carlton Stuart. Jeff Taylor Chip Johnston Kirk Robertsen. rehire blifd-28. Also the \SS.
Ken Tucker The freshwater Haeklebaek
fish Is noted for Its
12.The ,
Bock Row Jerry Johnson. Andrew Johnson Clarence Jackson David Higgtnbotham, Warnell Will. blues are hitting on Randall of Florida's longevity.Lays Ho
lams Pat Gurnee, John Costello Benjie Cauley. Tommy Brateher. cut bait. The best area is from mosassa Springs. It reaches

BILL MATHElf races at the BarberviHe quarter lie piloted a 1957 Ford in the the camp south to the Inlet. the age of 90 regularly.Remember .

mile dirt track Sunday af feature race.
WINS TWO RACES ternoon. Mathen drove VW Math who has been race

I Bill Mathen of Favoritawon In the foreign car competition. ing for three years, has won
his third consecutive victory He also took first place In about fifty feature races '
In the mini-stock car the late model V.8 class race. throughout the state. 1 If
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Volkswagenleaps WhenA l



Meant Something?


I will work for honest, reliable government -

I I will work! within the law to changeor

eliminate those laws that are

wrong or unenforceable.
.' "<.d, I will work to oppose gun registration

in order that the honest man is

not penalized.

Vote Honesty and Reliability


..., ... ...... With a fully automatic tronsm ulon. :. -
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If yew bt a 'MAet we never wovW, put. And it's incredibly sn:iUve. (IA ilti iMS J
w.biMNetidrrt. model oirplene' engine is powerful

It years CI98 tit d.dion WM s.... enowoH to turn itJ .
I To cMt9I a Belly automatic traal Miof.. So come s.e how far Vofluwagen has
I The IM you pvt in drive and 'fe..f.Cr come CANDIDATE FOR
am' wet to make tWn i HtV. bwtI The Sovorebock and Fastfapck. Both

er M eKan.s arsn't eo"y to mok' .. have disk brakes, on electronically coo-. STATE SENATOR
fctey in this co... There were trotted fuel injection system and now, aMy
certain t+rings we|just Wn't woof to>o... automatic transmission. DCMOOAT DOT. 13
like Kerw owtr>> and owr/ repvtotion If yogi re interested It's available as Clay, Flagler, Marion & Putnam CountiesPd.
for being economical an option on our'69 models.
Whet we've ended wp wfch 1 Ii a 3-se edoulomaKc If you',. not ante rested,we Sure went Pi! Ad. by J. H. Williams
I f. tf l'ttM' **Oft thot'i pure Voft- to a lot of trouble hr nothing
wofen detiened+ "from' jcwfeh to get ..
the most ovt of the VW with 1M Lost W WJY'............".....'VVY"rI'rI'"rI'N.YrIV'r/V'r,...".............J'..
i expenditure.. 0f edert '
It has the fewest swvfcg ports.
f It's the Hj ett per Horsepower out au M yi yiI yic : ; 1 will appreciate your vote and support November *'

5th, .1968 for a seat on the East Flaclec-
Mosquito Control Board.
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