The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
October 9, 1969
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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, ?: r VOL. 37 NO. 42 THURSDAY OCTOBER 9, 1969 53.50) A YEAR

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FRIDAY NIGHT ; ; :''t t, ." Fight Crider .
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.' Bunnell High School will ; :}If,: \
lowJ., J.+'"t ( observe: Homecoming Friday J. Ouellatte83, ;"* Whis Plan at 'MeetCounty
'\\ night with a football game' pering Pines Subdivision,

'.-V' between Bunnell and Pierson Highway 100. died Monday 'ldP. arrrif44N( .'_ Commissioners Otis
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\,-' ;,.,"' Taylor High). The game last morning at his home after: a Hunter, George Wickline and
: ,': week was called off due to lengthy Illness. Alfred R. Tucker Chamber of

:j, rains. Born In Fall River. Mass. he Commerce Director Tom Lens-

A parade will be held Friday moved to Flagler County 10 sen and Sheriff P. A. Edmon-'

afternoon with many entries years ago from there. He wasa son, attended the official

of decorated floats an retired carpenter and was hearing on the Crider Bill before
ticipated. The parade will a member of St. Stephens the Local Government

travel several blocks on U.. S. Catholic Church. Committee Monday In Tallahassee

1 and turn east. on Moody. Survivors include, his'' wife '

Boulevard. Annette, 3 daughters, 5 sons, The Crider Bill would consolidate
The Class of 1949 will be 2 sisters, 3 brothers, and a F Flagler County with
honored guests at the Home
number of grandchildren;
Putnam, St. Johns and Clay
coming events. The class-' '
great grandchildren Counties with the 'county
members and some of the 1949
Funeral services were heldin 'seat going to the largest
faculty, will gather at Flagler
Fall River, Mass. ,Craig District Forester George Williams left 17 county according to the 1970
Beach for a dinner before presents a year
Funeral Home, Bunnell was If the Crider Bill
coming to the football game. in Safe Driver'Award; to Assistant District Ranger G. B. Kelly Bun census. were
charge of local
arrange to the next session of the
,- ..1 After the game they will have ments. nell. The awards were presented to Florida Forestry Service pass the
a "01 ass Meeting" at the, employees by ttye Division of Forestry last week. legislature consolidation
Louis Stefllk home. would take effect after the

I, The Class of 1949 was com- TWENTY YEAR SERVICE AWARD ,PRESENTED special primary and general

', posed'of' Betty Babbitt, Billy .-- BUNNELL APPROVES .. elections. '

'\- Babbitt, James Crews, Patsy I TRUCK AND CAR Eddie Hafner executive secretary

V f Durrance., Evelyn Flowers, of the State County
'> Katherine Hamilton Wilfred Commissioners Associationwas

'f"k ,";Hunter.Il'Ceorge< Haines, Clinton City of Bunnell agreed'to the principal defender,of

Harris. .T. J. Miller Pal advertise for bids for a the 42 counties being proposed -_.
Parker, Louis Stefllk. Cliff 1970 police car and new pick for consolidation. .Several

Sheffield' and Nazhla Trad. up truck for the Street Dept. legislators spoke. against the .

.. .' The Class of 1949' will be when they met Monday night., bill. Though, several of the ,
\ remembered for the outstand' In other business. the com Flagler legislators have

: ing football ,team which won missioners: stated they would vote against '

t!'> '. the St. Johns Conference Agreed to hire Phillips, the bill if it came in the gen'

,,.*.. Championship. They: won Wine and :Associates to ;sur: eral session, none spoke in be-

'p$,, eight games losing only to vey. Granada St,, to Buena half of Flagler County at: the' .
: n' New Smyrna Beach, and St. Vista St., Hibiscus St. to Buena hearing.

Joe Academy (by 1 point). Vista St. and Buena VistaSt. .
Cliff Sheffield was captain between Granada St.' and There were so many officials>

and scored 12 touchdowns' Hibiscus St. for- the purpose and Interested people to .attend

and .14. extra points. Louis, of opening the streets. Dr. Ca- the' hearing that it had

"..,,;..;= ,;ycStefllk. aa.atematecap; ln' karlsownerr requested' .the.!, 'to be-moved :from the regular
r-"'' and scored 11 touchdowns. .....-- ; egtsbe'opei7ed'a*-he plan* room-ffo. the"Hou3e"foor.tcfcL 7 "". "

: Bill Babbitt, known a* "the ned, to- -buildhqusea- ; In Ith, e. 'The Crider Bill was, not'

arm". for his passing. ,. scored area. The survey company killed' at this hearing ,but. li'
4 touchdowns. MISS MARIE MUZYKA.; left, Flagler County, Health Depart- will' also survey' Lincoln St. was referred to a; subcommittee : -".

1949 was' a good/year for ment clerk, is presented a 2X year service: pin':and,certificate by for: 'a canal right of way in. for__lurther hearings and

f the, "Biggest Little Band In., Dr. Peter G. Kroll, 'acting health officer of the department. Lincoln Heights. "t study the, next three months.:

Dixie"" They .played in the: 'Miss ..Muzyka a native of FJagler County; has served a.- The commissioners also Instructed It was reported also, that

Gator Bowl In' Jacksonville clerk: of the department" since it was opened in :1947. She Is. a'graduate City Attorney Jim the Crider Bill, even if approved -
where the Jacksonville Journal of' Bunnell High School and resides In Bunnell. Tucker to draw an ordinanceto by the Local Government
said they\ "stole the show". rezone Blk.' f",3. lots 7.12 on"Bacher' Committee, would have

,,", They played In'the Fuller FLAGLER BEACH MRS. H.. McDOWELLDIED Street facing Moody to gain approval of the,House:
"" Warren. inaugural at Talla Blvd. from residential to com, Ad Valorem' Tax Committee
hassee. They played for the ADOPTS DOG SUNDAY AT mercial at /the request of Dr. and the Appropriations Committee '.

,Daytona. Beach, Bowl Game LEASH LAW 'BUNNELL. GENERAL John <;Canakaris who plans .to .

I and were Invited. to play for Funeral service for Mrs. erect an office building on Besides, trying all home, games at Crescent The Flagler Beach ,City Harriett L. McDowell, 79, ':1208 the propeur/ Local Government Committee

City. Commission adopted ,an or S. Central Ave., Flagler. Beach, .The commissioners informed to kill the 'CrIder Bill, the

It was in 1949. also, that,a dinance at its meeting Thursday who died Sunday at Bunnell Dr: Canakaris they had small county delegations attempted
uniform fund was started for night requiring resident General Hospital, was Wed 'rescinded their action of Aug.' to have' a referendum -*

the flashy new, uniforms that dog' owners to keep their pets ,nesday afternoon at 2:00: at ust '18 to install 210 ft. of 30 attached whereby each '
were soon purchased..And,the + on a leash and provide .licenses the Craig Funeral Home" inch culvert on Howe St. and county being consolidated: ,

,.. year that the people voted and' rabies vaccinationsafter Chapel. The Rev. R. W Dick- 300 ft. of 36 inch culvert on would have 'the right to vote '
overwhelmingly for a: gymnasium hearing a petition containing ert, pastor of the Community Bacher St., due to the lack of for or against consolidation

at Bunnell High 90 signatures of city Memorial Church, officiated.. funds in the,annual budget. Representative John Criderof
School The gym was built the residents opposing the action Interment was; in Espanola Authorized the repair of the Jacksonville would not

r"! S., next year.BUNNELL. The commission's action Cemetery;; Pallbearers were' roof at the water treatment agree to this but did say he'
was unanimous.The plant and purchase of an air '
t. ; I George Wickline. Charles, would agree to 'a statewide
MEN commission also:' Rockett Andy Janslc Harry.. compressor for use at the Water referendum. '

ELECTED TO Granted' permislon to ,Clyde Whetstone Albert. Batten and Dept. and Maintenance' 1'; .' .

; FFVA: POSTS Duenslng to: keep equipmenton Gilbert Krier., Shop.
, ,
' his : Duensing was ,Mrs." McDowell was born in Agreed to pay hospitalization VFW OPPOSES,
.' 'W. W. Deer and Z., G. Holland property premiums for Fire Chief ''+''''I
notified to 'remove the heavy Cleveland, Ohio;; and moved '
. Jr., both of Bunnell ,were Edwards at an approximatecost CRIDER PLAN
:'', I.. elected 'directors at the 26th equipment from the site during to Flagler Beach 17 years ,ago
of month.
e annual convention' of Florida the city's "Clean-Up"Program" from Macedonia Ohio. She per AT MEETING .
ol'the Ordered Old City Petroleum
.. was a member Summit
>: Fruit and Vegetable Asoda- .
x. .. Order of the Eastern St. Augustine to purchase a Veterans of Foreign Wars
" Heard Mr. Mlssinne and Chapter,
:. tion in Miami. Wickline ask for .the Star Twinsburg Ohio; and $50, permit ,or discontinue Post 5213 voted Friday nightto
>,J. elected 'alternate
: ,jr' .;;; Deen director was of the associa defining of Junk after being 'attended the Community. service. within the city. send a telegram to the Lo.
potato '
- ; !' Memorial Church. Adopted a resolution opposing cal Government Committee
"..' :{: .v. tion. He was: also recently'' notified to remove cars and the Crider Plan to consol- ,
;. .1 J of the North etc. from their property'They She is survived by her husband stating opposition to the Cri
' elected president
.. .i. idate. der Plan which 'would con
, Florida Potato Council. were told to consult Commissioner Willis, a daughter Mrs. '
Agreed to notify a local resident solidate Put
'GOOdwin Carl Williamson Flagler Flagler Clay,
: Holland was,. reelected alternate .
he must apply for a and St. Johns counties:
l'"' C cabbage director. He chairman, about (the. ,, removal. Beach, two sons, John Strongs- nam,
" building permit for construction
ville Ohio and Robert Macedonia Members also discussedr'ablood
of such items. ,
stir;:' served as district director of for 5 grandchildren 'and 9 underway or work. ,,'will be drawing for the VFW
) >' Agreed to. ask bids for ,
: organization
{\Io / the agricultural accidental death insurance great grandchildren. stopped. Blood Bank. Plans are' to be, '.
'$10,000 '
r" "' for three years prior to being Funeral Home Bun. Heard ,a letter: from the announced later. .
for the Craig ,
.' policy city po "
elected alternate cabbage .
Idlewood Club
stating the
liceman. nell was In' charge of ar .
four years ago. x. '? club had discontinued the
Granted permission:to .Water rangements. .
Mrs. Holland, who had been Idlehours 'playground'after 13 YOUR .
Plant Ralph''Her JOIN : I
appointed.vice chairman of' Operator. \
because it
> TABLE was '
,I" bert to attend operator's TIDE years FLAGLER CHAMBER ,' :. ':.
', ladles activities for the con an : obtain insurance : \
,I .- .,' vention conducted the events .school at' 'Gainesville.; The; Tides for October' 9-tto '15. coverage.. OF COMMERCE: :.'

, In the absence, of the ,chair city will pay the' ,,$5 registration Exact /times may vary because

man who-,wast'unabel! to. -at... ,, fee.Voted. 'of Influence':by'winds BULLDOG'S 1969 ,FOOTBALL SCHEDULE ;,{.
tend. ,. to, obtain' bids,:for re- HiGu''LOW' 'J'

Convention theme.Was 'The; .,,'r onrig' the city barn and ref, P-M, A.M. P.M. Oct.. 10 ......._........-.?...:...?...Taylor High .....-......., Home '
Next 25 Years" and approxl-!S pair roofing at the: Pier House. r Day. A3X Oct. 17. ; : .I.:: : .Florida': Deaf-- Away R
\ Instructed: City' Attorney: J, 9 6:42 7:00()( 12:18 12:36: Home .
mately, 1500 attended Deluding Oct.' 24 .; : :;
resoiution 7:36 12:54, tl:18 ...
top 'ranking. State. ,and H. Tucker- to draw 10 7:18 8:12: '1:30: 2:00: Oct. 31...*...........,..:.:...:N. ;J.......Hawthorne .........-... Home '.,.
; 'Tallahassee 8:00 :
11 ,
to be sent:to : :
Federal officials. attendedthe oposlng the' Crider Plan for 12 8:36: 8:54: 2:06': 2:42: Nov. 7...............'...',;......:..-.:..._.Father, Lopez ..........., Away .,

Mrs.four-day Deen'event also held at'the consolidation of small coun '13 9:18' 9:36: 2:48: 3:24: Nov. 14 ,..._.....:........ ._,...;_...Hastings ..........._..._. Away

Americana Hotel. ties. 14 10:06 10:24: 3:24: 4:12 Nov. 21 .................: ::..::::.:..._West Nassau ............ Away,


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lItluu1rr TritluttrINCORPORATED; -
Ente.11: ; second claaa matter
February 6. 1913 at thw.. poatoftlce ----v.
RUNNELL KL.OIIIDA at Bunnell, Florida, under
: 3, 1876. Lean Western "Center I
tlot March \ Cut"i i
JOHN A. CL GO'Editor 'i
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and Publisher .Oe Pee Copy
BETTE 8. McDA 4IELNew. I' OnTor ,.,:JoG ., Pork Chops
Kdlto* Ills Month .,,.. 2.UUOat.lde :
De.I..ted newspaper for all
s Legal Ad-we..I. __ ...00 VTIajtler Per Year Cuntjr I

EDITORIAL '- lb. 89 .


This Is National Fire Prevention Week. We (thought It
would be appropriate to express a word of appreciation to those U. S. D. A. ChoiceSIRLOIN ''
volunteer firemen in Bunnell and Flagler Beach who contribute '

their time. ; STEAKS I-b $119or
Last year we ran pictures and stories oji the Volunteer
Fire Departments of each city. We indicated that each city had T-BONE
two fire /trucks plus the equipment needed for,fighting different
types of fires. U. S. D. A. CHOICE "FULL CUT"
The Bunnell Fire Department answered eight calls for house
fires and several calls for cars and trucks on fire on the high: :
ways. Then there are the unusual calls such as getting a cat
out of a 40 foot tree and people seeing the mosquito fogging r .
machine and calling the fire department to put out the fire. .

The Flagler Beach Fire Department answered numerous Choice juicy :\, '
fire calls during the year within the city limits and volunteered '
their services even assisting autos and trucks on 1.95
to put out their flres CUBE STEAK 5119

If you are a visitor, In Flagler Beach and live within twenty .... .
blocks of the fire station you are almost sure to unusual :
fright when you are awakened by the fire'whistle about threeA. -'
M.Your first impulse Is to run for your life and by that time Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB \ Lyke's MEAT
you are so wide awake that you anxiously watch, every movement "S'F'it Ks

.of the fire department. SMOKED BACON \I' I

Many fire calls come at night when the men have to be awakened to go on a call. They do not say, "It's raining", or SLICED FNEE SC 3_ Pkgs. .JL
-"Jt's too.eoUd"; they jump Into their: clothes and go.

Each fire department has a regular Wednesday evening u
firemen's meeting. During this time they study fire control meth Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D "CUT UP"

ods, hold practice sessions and maintain. clean and repair their

equipment.: -POUND:
Most of the volunteer firmen have attended tire fighting 5 $189
schools In either Ormond or Ocala where modern techniques BAG
In fire fighting and fire prevention are learned. Also the firemenof
Flagler' Beach have completed a fifteen hour course In first

aid.While most of us 1; so fortunate that we have never SMALL
had afire or had occasion to need the direct services the Ypl- I SPARE RIBS lb. 681: I I
unteeer Fire Department of us benefit greatly from the loWer -
insurance rates which the fire departments earn for us. -

So during National Fire Prevention Week :we salute the
.. Van ..Camp's.. No. 2 Can
I.-r.> "t. *
following firemen: -
,Flagler1','Beach: ''E.- J.: Chaffee, chief :J. O. 'Bullard,*'-assistant PORK ND' /BEANS:: ,j..2or' 390 Martha, White (Plain or S. R.)
,1'cHlef;Grady Prather, Howard Lerch Ralph Harbertf Wayne Edwards ; '(1 > *
,* Lewis; McKeever, Keene Gurnee Franklin Clark and two Breast. O'Chicken .... :' ''6Vs oz. Can .1' FLOUR .

fire policemen. : Mayor. Herbert. Fuller] and Lester Partridge.. CHUNK,:TUNA \ For ..
3 $100
BUn ell. Rodger Edwards, chief, Ferris Solomon_ ,,:lohn*Capo, > S'.g 39C
Nell Home, Howard,Allen and Brice Hosford. O'Sage : r' "'f ; No. 2Vfc Can .

:John A. Clegg, .for Limit 1 with $5.00 or more .food order
PEACHES 3 : 890 .

equally ridiculous. s.those 38 oz. BottjeCRISCO| "-
Too Late the old folks cling to. But Ea. MRS. FILBERT'S
their: ideas and suggestions OIL 690
I I be .' .
should given full consideratlon .
To. ClassifyBy and the wheat separatedfrom Blackburn Special OLEO

the chaft.. ..
.. 0
Russell.. Kay No general rule applies and SYRUP' 5 ]Jar 490 Ib.

The "Establishment" that each Idea must be weighed on -1
today's youth find so much. Its own merit whether -advanced in Otrs. 29-
fault is not without blame. by the younger or old MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Oldsters are inclined to resist >er generation. .
change. They resist new Ideas Lets look at some of the :
and oppose new ways of do- fetishes we cling to so.tenat- FROZEN FOODS
Ing things. They lustily ,of -
sing iously. Our long practice
the old theme, "The Old Time following senseless and cost *:
1 Frosty Acres
Religion is Good Enough for ly funeral practices Is one. 6 .oz. Can
Me.," Why spend millions on :fun ORANGEMorton's JUICE For
;The message youth Is trying erals and floral tributes when Limit with $5.00 or more food order Z 39
to Impress on the older the departed: would be better
generation is that "What was served by contributions wor- Pkg. of 4
good enough for Daniel Is not thy activities ..children's'care, FRESH PRODUCE _. For
good enough for them", and support of medical :research, HONEY BUNS Z 4ge.

they have a point college'10an.. funds and the.,- U. S..No. 1POTATOES
We still practice timeworn likeWith
methods apparently for no living costs mountingto :1O Bag 490
other reason, than that, our a point'where our civil employees
police and firemen, TIDE
parents and grandparents observed
4 lb. BAGAplLES
them In spite of the nurses and hospital workers' ,
.fact that a changing situation find It difficult to make ends Each -
has'.shown' them to be mean- meet we frown on "moonlight. 490 2 Relular.! '
ingless. We.want to do ii the Ing". Chicago has taken a Size 49' .
way it has always been done forward step-by permitting'its Large Crisp,Stalk,, .' .
\ and are content that to attempt policemen,to work 'on off ,; Each Limit
2 '
I. any other way would time if they: wish to do so CELERY 190: with $,S.OO or more. food<...,. orderslullIlluhIll .
... be disastrous if not sacrilegious. and supplement their income.It . '
has worked splendidly.
t Look about you and consider. / Why must we hold elections
er.:the countless'_age old practices on the first Tuesday? Why not
i :We continue to follow' Wednesday or hours changedto
thoughtlessly simply,because accommodate the voter? '
s ?"
: ,)" It;has always been done that Why sunrise 'or* sunset? Why
'a .way;"Those. who have tried to not 10:00 a. mil'to 11:00 p. m.? 0
t.,, break 'those old traditional Why do chambers ,of commerce FOOD: RODGERS
;':" ways are .termed kooks rebels place'so much store on
f.. and subjects ready for the bigger and bigger cities, more !
r nuthouse.. and more industry when they Hill |||M"
tin .1 am"not saying that'all the, develop deplorable, slums
L/' changes. ',Suggested by the and greater pollution?
I younger generation make I could point oUt.a thousand OPEN SUNDAYS,
fl. sense or should be'adopted.In other Inconsistent exam 8:00 a/m. -1OO p.m. Phone 437-3227.
."',.: *fact, a large percentage of ples. But /figure ,It 'out for 'Quantity. Right Reserved Prices U.S. No.; 1 BUNNELL

}Y', the changes they-'advance are yourself.: Good Oct. 9, 10, 11. 12 and. }.,13, .1969wlJe

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CLASSIFIED ed 2 bedroom frame house, STUDENTS CHURCH mk

air conditioned, central heat, Students attending college

ADVERTISINGTROPIC large yard In Korona. Call under the GI Bill this summerare NEWS:

4373915._1091tp. reminded that they must
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iii PIANO LOCATEDWe return their Certification of ... ,--" ,
Attendance Card to the Vet
find one of our spinet pianos
erans Administration duringthe FORMER PASTORTO FLAGLER COUNTY
has been moved to this
GARDENLet last full month of every PREACH AT
Responsible can CHURCH
us enrollment period
help beautify Flagler Includingthe
arrange excellent buy. Write F. B. METHODISTThe
County. session.M. .
Large summer
variety of ever
greens, palms, hedge plants. wholesale mgr., Joplin Piano, T. Dixon, the Director of Rev. Reynold N. Hoover .
Box 6096, Jacksonville, Fla. former pastor, will deliver CATHOLic'CHURCHES
5K miles S of Bunnell on The Division of Veterans Af
U. :S.;; 1. Feb. 15-tfc 32205_ltp. fairs, further stated that fail the sermon at the 11 o'clock The Rev. Father Anthony

UNCLAIMED FREIGHT ure to do so will cause pay. morning: worship service Sun Leon. Pastor

SEPTIC TANS cleaning; drain ment to stop since the Veterans day, October 12 at the Flagler
fields installed: Rota-Roter 5 Deluxe solid state fully Administration Beach United Methodist -St. Marys Church, Korona
snail shell. Reasonable prices. high fidelity consoles in are programmed to Church. Rev. Hoover served as Sunday Mass.......-... 7:30 a. m.

.. Call George Jarosz 437.3410 beautiful hand 'rubbed finish. pare'checks only after Attendance pre.. pastor of the Flagler Beach Weekday Masses: Monday,
8-1-tf Deluxe BSR 4. speed record Cards are received. church for ten years until his Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a.
__ changer and 4 speaker audio '
Dixon also retirement In May 1969. m.
NEED NEW TIRES?? See our 'system. To be sold for $79.00 ,urges any stu Pastor Dr. Dallas Browning
dent who did not
return his
selection of ATLAS tires. Before each. Can be paid for at $6.00 Certification "of AttendanceCard announces October 26 is the Blessed Sacrament Chapel
buying check with Knox per month. May be inspectedIn Beach
at the end of the date set for the annual Lay Flagler
Oil Company, U. S. Hwy. 1 for warehouse at Unclaimed spring men's Sunday. Committee In Sunday Mass _...._..9:00 a. m.
the best deal in town. TFC Freight, 527 Volusla Ave.,Day- possible semester to to do Insure'so as renewed soon as charge of arrangements are Weekday Masses: Tuesday,

FOR SALES tona, Mon. thru FrI.9 a.m. Veterans Administration Allen Jenkinson, Lyman Thursday and Saturday at
MM Movie payments
to 6 Sat. 9 a.m. to 1 9eo .
p.m. a. m.Catechism
H. J McCormick and
Gage .
Camera and, 8 MM Projector this summer or when
p.m. Oct. 9, Itc Classes. 3:00'p.. m.
$40.00, like new. Call Wether- he goes back. to school In Rev. R. N. Hoover. ....
ington 4373713. Oct. '10, 2tp. WANTED-Practice piano in September.; 1 UNICEF. Trick or Treat will Tuesday.St. .
good condition. Reasonable.Call While veterans attending be conducted Sunday afternoon
FOR SALE-37 ft. house trailer October 26. Mrs. Roy Stephens Bunnell..
under the GI
college Bill
437.3405 after 5 p. m. ltc must
Mass ..._..10:3O
Sunday : a. m.
complete with 50x100 Is chairman.
ft. lot return their Certification of Maner
between AlA SLIGHTLY SCRATCHEDin Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
Hwy. and canal Attendance Cards during the

seven miles north of Flagler shipment, 7 new 1969 ZigZag last full month of every enrollment CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Tuesday.Confessions before all masses.

Beach, $2100. Call '439-200O or Sewing Machines with period, veterans at. CHURCH SERVICES Weekday Devotion: Novenato

439.2380 after 5 p. m. on/week- full factory guarantee. Na tending school below the college SUNDAY OCT. 12 ., Our Lady Wednesday and

ends. 10.2-TFC tionally advertised brands.To level must return their "Are sin Disease, and' Saturday after Mass.

RIVER OAKS retirement home be sold for $29.00 each or Attendance Cards each month. Death Real?'" Is the subject
$6.00 rnonthfly. These ma.. All veterans who have prob.
for the aged. Excellent food. of the Lesson-Sermon to. be Community Memorial
chines may be inspected in lems with their education read this Sunday in all Chris-
We take veterans, social security f Church
warehouse at Unclaimed benefits should contact their
tlon Science Churches.: The
and private. A home "
527 Volusla Ave. local Service Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
Freight ,
CountyVeteran public Is welcome to attend.
from home.. Telephone
away Daytona, Mon. thru Fri. 9 a. Officer, or write him at P. O.BoX "And multitudes Reverend R. W. Dickert. Pastor
((904)). 328.2060, 'San.. Mateo. great came Sunday School .._..._._._...9:45
m.6 9 1 1437 St. Flor-
p.m.-Sat. a.m. p. Petersburg,
Oct..2, 9, 2tp. Oct. 9 ltc. ida. unto him, having with them Worship Service ...,,.?..,.... .11:00
m. those that ,were lame, blind Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
FOR SALE-Lot 5 Blk. 13 maimed and
dumb, many
each month at 2
CALL BOB for lawn maintenance p. m.
Morningside, SE corner 25th painting inside or out. BIRTHDAY DATA others, and cast them downat
and Flagler on small canal Jesus' feet and he healed
side, small repairs and odd Happy birthday this week to: First Baptist ChurchRev.
$20OO. Also' 3 lots, total 150'x19O them." This passagefrom
jabs. Call 4392502. 10.9.4tc Today: Egbert V. Taylor,
Charles Anders. PastorMoody '
from AlA to Central on S. Amelia Krier: Matthew Is Included In the .

23rd $15,000. Contact Jim Babbitt sermon. One of the correlative Boulevard-
5692 Alvarado; Rd., Pen. With prize money ,in excess Friday Shirley Cauley, David' passages from the denominational Sunday School..___.9:45: a.'m.

sacola. 32504.'Ph. 9044770368. ',of $50,000 the 12 hour Shields, Fay Hutchenson, textbook, Science Worship Service..J.1OO ju m.

c:;>ct;2. 9. 16, .23, 4tc Grand Prix ,of Endurance at James Kaufman.A. Sanford. Donna and Health with Key to the Evening Wo1'Sh1p.7:30 p. m.

Sebring, March 23,' 'has al. Scriptures by Mary Baker Ed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. "m.
55 Pontiac new license tag Saturday;"Edith Threadgill..
ready attracted applicationsfrom Wednesday
is follows "Sickness
dy, as : ,
good tries, need ,painting' over 50 potential en Sunday: Oliff Saxon. ,. .
sin, and death, being inharmonious
Florence D. Moore
Monday: ,
$50. 4392196. Itc.
trants. First United Methodist
Donna Fay Goodwin Edna do not originate in
Farnsworth God nor belong to His govern. Lambert Avenue Bunnell
,. Tuesday -Donna ,Louise ment. His flaw\ rightly;, under Rev. Earle A. Wilder Pastor

Knox. stood, destroys them." Sunday School---9:45 a. m.

'" 't 'is' i'" "J" ..., Wednesday J.' Kenneth Worship Service......llOO a. m.
,' b, .pycealne Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45

FLAGLER, I PLUMBI'N:7io(, j rti'r Springer..t'-' _. ,, ''Why: ,\ 7:4: r ... 4.* ... p. .m,.Choir WednesdayChildrens Rehearsal,. :,

\ .AIo.AL! 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3
--- O. F.I ALFORD, 3.p.
The m. ,
'150O S. Daytona Avenue
MYF 2nd 'and 4th
: Sundays
Real! Estate: Broker
.. 6:30 p. m.
,' ,- Christian
Flagler Beach WSCS: 1st Wednesday at

... ,-II!..." : ,, Registered 9 a.. m. ,

Telephone 439-2169 T. J. Miller Owner Brtnneftl: Florida Science Friendly Circle': 3rd Thursdayat
8 p. m.

I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes-
Monitor day at.7:15 p. m.
LER COUNTY. FLORIDAIN Flagler Beach Unite;
IN RE: Estate of. Methodist ChurchDR.

Flagler County Insurance REGINALD Deceased.R. CRAMP, read DALLAS BROWNING.,

PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach

: Agency Inc. DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE localnewspaper Church School-...._.10:00. m.
: your
",., You. ,,and' each of you are Morning Worship..J.1OO a. m.
hereby notified and required to Womens Society: Christion
All of Insurance present anT claims and demandswhich 'Service 2nd each
Forms you, or either may : Thursday
have against the :tcrun ,month at...., _.._.__9:3O a. m.

305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 INALD Flagler R. CRAMP County,deceased Florida,,later to Your local newspaper Is a wide range

e County'Judge of Flagler with many features.: Its PENTECOSTAL
Bunnell County at his office in the County
Courthouse. Bunnell FlaglerCounty. emphasis Is on local news. It also HOLINESS CHURCH
; Florida within six reports the major national and Inter. ,
months from the date of first national news. Bunnell Off Franz. ,St.
publication ot.this notice. REV. L. LJNCOLD
Each claim or demand must be THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR JOHN
in' writing: and must state the LOCAL PAPER Sunday School_...10:00: a. m.
place of residence and' postof-and We specialize In analyzing and Inter. Worship Service.._11OO a. m.
fice address of the claimant
: must be sworn' to by the Claimant preting the important national and Prayer Meet....Wed. 7:30 p. m.
SPECIAL his agent; or his attorney. international. news. Our Intention is Worship,Serv.....Sun.;7:30 p. m. .
or it will be barred accordingto
to bring the news into sharper focus.
4 ft. x 8 ft.>,1/a inch $2.95 per Sheet law. /m/ Harry The Monitor has a world-wide staff of

Sheeting Plywood ...........-......... ;;:. JAMES H. TUCKER PRYOR & correspondents-some of them rank St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
HARRY T. Attorneys ,among the world's finest. And the
Rev. Thomas
.. Mably
\ 4" 8 ft. Each for theExecu- _
2" x Monitor's Incisive, provocative editor
65 tor Priest In Charge.
Fir, Studs ...........-......................... e P. O. Box 398Profeaatonal ix Is are followed just as closely 3. miles'' east, of Bunnell on
Arts Build by the'men'on Capitol Hill as they '
ATLANTIC HARDWARE:' & Bunnell'Florida are by'the intelligent, concerned Highway 100Morning.Worship..10:00

First Publication' on: Sept. 18. adult on Main Street. : a. m.

SUPPLY CO. Inc.. 1969. WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITORYou Churchy School. _J.OOO a: in.
_Sept..18. 25. Oct. 2, 9; 4tc. probably know the Monitor's professional Holy Communion flrst'Sundayof

MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER, BEACH LEGAL .ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE ; reputation as one of thaworld's eaph month .

.. finest newspapers. Try the "
4t "
Monitor; ,see how it will 'take you .
NAME] LA.'WNotl above the First Baptist Church
e la hereby given that average newspaper reader.
,,' the.undersigned/ under the provisions ,Just fill.out the coupon below. N. Central Ave.,' Flagler,'Beach
of Chapter 20. 953 Lawsof ------------ '
:Rev. Max Hall Pastor
: ''CRAIG FUNERAL Florida with Acts the Clerk of 1941.of will the register Clr-, 'The Christian Science Monitor Sunday School_.-.TO9:45 a. m.
HOMEA cult Court in and for Flagler One Norway Street : Worship Semce.04.l1:00.:
a. m.
.. County. Florida upon receipt of Boston, Massachusetts U.SA 02115
proof of publication of thla,no- Wednesday Evening Prayer
;,l .. .' H.: CRAIG Funeral Director- : tice. the following_ fictitious. Picas start my Monitor subscription for Service ..._.._....__7.00 p.: m.
name. towlfFrank's tilt period checked below. I, enclose. :
JOHN CAPO. Manage; :Bamboo. Lounge (U.S.funds).' First Wednesday after the

: ... : under business,( which. atof I fvm Flagler:engaged' B J YEAR$24 n e montbs,12 First Sunday of each month'

AIR OXYGEN. Florida., .THat.::: the party Inter- 3 montlla T8 ... Family Night _..6:00 p. m.
.... '. LADY ested In said business enterprise ., .
, Business Meeting 7:30
<< ,
CONDmoNEDa : : Name p. m.
e. .1 I
,; r ," ;EQUIPPED Is as follows:
arA7TENDANT Frank Pittard ,'t"rcity. Community Hymn Sing 1st
.. ,
: i\'
CHAPEL the Street -
.f'. ir 'and that undersigned lathe
,. Sunday of each month 7
A t >.t' tr J '. M .. '" only person Interested In the. .

r:" -;.... *. -. ..,'r.''ll Phone ID 7-3532WCcrr. .< ,' ;. said Dated business. at .Bunnell... Flagler I : ATTEND ..THECHURCH'
; +
.k. .. County Florida.. 'September. 10, = ,
f'. State MC te
.. : : Frank' Plttard"Sept..l '- !::11.
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Happened in Flagler
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I r19a ,'I
Boy and Girl Staters were ,r +

i h4 hr'j r :, honored at the American Leg.
Ion meeting. David Shields

and Robert Cook gave an account
of the Boys State session -
at Tallahassee and Judy
Lewis and Jo Ann 'Morris
.5 ";:\ : spoke on the Girl's State.,

The Bunnell City Commission
Y Mt had reduced its millage

J I from 9 mills for operationsand

} 2 mills for bonds and In- A
6 terest to 6 mills for opera-
y y + tions and 1 mill. for bonds and

Interest. .. _.._--.....---.- ---
(-0TWENTY -) Volunteers
from the county's various organizations are

W. L. YEARS Cobb Construction AGO shown above assisting with-the ,filling of Red Cross "Ditty Bags"

Co. of Tampa bid in the Job recently ait the Flagler Woman's Club at Flagler Beach. Standing

of resurfacing the Bunnell 1 to r, are Mrs. Gilbert Krier, Mrs. C. Donahue: Mrs. H. G. Heydt

Flagler Beach highway and Mrs. M.: Sargeant, and Mrs. L. Gage. Seated 1 to r, are Mrs. T.

work was to ,commence' at an McDermott John McCabe, Mr*. K. Mee Mrs. W, Wilkins, Mrs.I. .

r early date. Long and Mrs. R. N. Hoover.
fA (-0-)

boys and girls were to
compete in the Junior divisionof ..
4 :: : : >
____ the Florida 'Third District i+: ,'x." .> "
> ,
Tennis Tournament >'i'>' J' ) t;
at Daytona '' .
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: : > .
Beach. Entries from Bun- :,.1. ,
nell and Flagler Beach 4n ,x,
both singles and doubles Included
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: Pat been, ,Ann Cham
Photo By Ted ZXeln
bers. Joyce Wray, Kay Harris -
I MISS MILLER, held her net veil. Her flowers Wilma Tidwell June Rod-,

were pink carnations. gels Glenda Atkinson, Marie
MR. REDDITT Bridesmaids were Miss Bar Moody, Dick Weileman, "

EXCHANGE VOWSThe bara Pache, Miss Linda Red Charles Turner, Dickie :Mercer,
ditt niece of the groom, Atlanta Don Ray Vinson, and Clyde
wedding ,of Miss John- Ga., and Miss Marie Parrish.
nie Ruth Miller to Richard Miller, sister of the bride. (.0-)

Whitney Redditt was an eventof Their gowns and flowers were THIRTY YEARS AGO .
Saturday afternoon the 'Identical to those of the maidof /The Bunnell Bulldogs were

Bunnell First Baptist Church. honor. Tammy Brown, nieceof playing In their second 'year ,

The Rev. Max Hall. pastor of the groom. New Smyrna, of football. Players were Jim : ,

Flagler Beach First Baptist was ,flower girl. Townsend Brady Wadsworth, S
Church performed the double Bob Gertenback. Orlando, Howard Hunt Alfred TUcker .

ring candlelight ceremony. was ,best man, and ushers Gilbert Hlgginbotham, :
Ray Mercer was organist. were Jim Boiling Daytona John F. Clements Bill Burn
The bride is the daughter of Beach; Dennis Clay Boca Ra- sed Dutch Tucker George

Mr, and Mrs Thomas J. Mill ton;' Sandy Redditt; brother of Alleri. Harold Hlgginbotham, ,. e-a.ZS m__ _r _ri
er, 150O S. Daytona Ave., Flag- the bridegroom Jacksonville; Leonard Moody Donald
'ler Beach. Her husband Is the and David Miller brother of Moody Zip Edmonson V. W. Family members of one of Flagler county's pioneer resi

son of Mr. and Mrs. Dixon I.: the bride, Flagler Beach. Rob McKenzie Shelton Barber, dents, Mrs. Carl Hendren seated, gathered at the home of Mr.

'Redditt, Jacksonville. bie. Allen, 'nephew of thegrooms Howard ,Bank? oiJ;;'qene Bowers and Mrs.< J. T Hargett in Bunnefll recently to honor her on her

Given in marriage by her ; Gainesville was. ring, Harry Thofrias and Ken- 88th' birthday Pictured: with :Mrs. MIendren' 'are 'Ke4; daughter*,

father the bride was lovelyin bearer. ny Townsend. Bill Dmytryk ,Mrs. Frank Crotty center, Flagler Beach; Jimmy Hargett, grand.

a formal gown of peau de There was a reception after- .was coach. Carol Rodgers was son; Christopher Miller great. great grandson, and .Mrs. Glen

sole fashioned with long ward at the Flagler Woman's manager. .;. '. Miller great granddaughter.. ,
sleeves and a cathederal train 'Club Flagler Beach. Assisting c-q-}'.

trimmed in '''lace. Accentingthe with (the ,serving were Miss FORTY YEARS'.AGO .'. moved,
Empire waistline was a Janet Cook. Miss Kathy Bon Terra 'Estates, extensive
panel of reembroidered Alen- Bourne and Miss DIanne Lorn- development north :of Flagler Nlcholasville, Ky. where they operated a' motel, restaurant and
con lace enhanced with dainty man, Boca ,Raton. Mrs.' Bob Beach,began shipping coontle service station a number of years. Mrs. Hendrert now resides
seed pearls. A forward Gertenback, Orlando, kept the ferns to northern?.tIorlsts..lEd 'at 311 N. Ocean Shore Blvd., Flagler' Beach. ,<

crown of illusion roses and bride's book. Johnson, president of the

seed pearl petals held .her Among the out ,of town company, stated the plants HOME FROM HOSPITAL SHEFFIELD BABY BOY
bouffant veil ;of Illusion. She guests,, were Mr. and Mrs. would betharvested from 1000 Friends of Clifford Higginbotham ..
carried a cascade of white Tommy, Brown, New Smyrna; acres of hammock land the will be interested to Mr. and Mrs. Cliff ''Sheffieldof

roses and lilies of the valley Dixon Redditt, Jr., Maryland; company owned: learn he returned home Sat- Bunnell are parents of a
centered with an orchid. Mrs. Robert Allen Gainesville, (-o-) urday morning from Univer- son, born Tuesday afternoonat

Miss Anne Bourne was maidof and Mr. and Mrs. Dlxon Red.' With forty ,to fifty men sity of Chicago Hospital wherehe 12:20 at Halifax' ,, Hospital, ,
honor and she wore a ,ruby ditt, ,Jacksonville.. working on the airport at underwent surgery three' Daytona Beach. ,
red for length chiffon velvet The couple is spending their Flagler Beach Its completionwas weeks ago. He weighed 8 pounds and
gown featuring a crescent honeymoon In south Florida. but a matter of a few He Is convalescing at his 3..ounces at birth.

neckline and a rose pink satin They will reside in Orlando weeks. A 2,500,000 candle power home in Bimini. ,,'1
sash. A pink satin tailored where they are both enrolledat beacon would be Installedby BUNNELL FIRE -,.*f.-::;, "'

bow trimmed with seed pearls Florida Technical College., the -U. S. Pept. of Com PULASKI ,CLUB.I. DEPT. ANNUAL 1,
merce In November. DINNER DANCE DINNER
:Mrs. Paul Stanlsh Bunnell, ANTIQUESEXHIBITED (-o-) SUNDAY. OCT. 12 Members
visited in Gainesville last Fifty sJx' students were on of the Bunnell
week with her son-in-law and AT OCALA SHOW the Bunnell School Honor Roll. The Pulaski Social Club, Fire ,Department and their
Daytona Beach,.is wives had
sponsoring their annual dinner
daughter Mr. and Mrs. David Students were:, First Grade: -
Mrs. EmU Smyjthe, local antique a dinner-dance last
Sunday Octo week
Burnsed and family. Howard' Hunter, Fred Miller, at Julians at
dealer exhibited her Martin McDanIel ber 12 at theclubhouse, 326 Ormond Beach.
collection at the Lions Club Frances Edwards South Street, Dinner will be Those attending were Mr.
West Alice
Antique Show at the Ocala Mikulka* Mary: Nell Pinhol- served from 1-3 p.: m. and and Mrs. Ferris Solomon, Mr.,

Golf Club last, week end. The ster; Second Grade: Carol dancing starts at 4 p.; '1Ti. PolIsh and Mrs. John Capo, Mr.' and f'',
COME BUNNELL, TO show was held at Silver music will
Rodgers, Wayne'buttenhaver, foe furnished' by Mrs. Neil Home, Mr. and Mrs.
Springs. Joe :Uuban orchestra.Mrs. Howard
SHOP Bill Burnsed, Russell Thompson Allen Mr. and Mrs.
fourteen antique dealers Kelmer Story; Willie Lee Brice Hosford and Mr. and
participated in the event man- T. A. Jones Bunnell Mrs.
Drop' Your Laundry Off Padgett, Irene King High Roger Edwards.
i aged by Jule Chapman, Silver School Honor Roll Donald Mrs, George Strickland, Flag-
f Before; Pickup Later Springs antique dealer. Brooke; Lamar Hudson, Henry ler Beach'' and Mrs. Irwin Boh- TENN. VISITORS ,

Trojan, Pauline: ,BucklesCath nert,at Orlando, spent last weekend Visiting in ,Bunnell this

20 IBs Washer 35c MRS. BARROW erine Cyzyckl, Geneva Ambrose their Douglas, Ga. visiting week with Mr. and 'Mrs. LnJ -
'" mother, Mrs., Mae ,
V HONORED AT Bernice Mikulka, Eleanor eston, and their J lard White,: Moody Blvd., are
STORK SHOWER King, Riga\ Allen, Marguerite Mrs. Amos' grandmother Mr. 'and Mrs. Willard Keith

: 141 IBs Washer 25c Mrs. Paul A Barrow was Smith and William" Ellis. Nashville, Mrs. Margaret

,,4 honored at ,,a ',stork shower recently Stanish. DON W. CULLENIS White and daughters, Debbie
at the Bunnell Civic and Wanda, and Mrs. Mary

r We Wash Rugs Center given. by Miss Linda Would You Believe, Don CHRISTENED Mile.Ellen Edmons all of Knox-_
I I. Walt ,
i Lin gold. All Highballs Martinis Cullen, Infant son _,_.,.f ,
Pink,,, and blue was the color of Sgt.: 'and Mrs Cullen of Recent visitors at the ,White
& Manhattans are Free Orlando, was, christened ,home were Mr: and
Amy's ,Laundry scheme used in the attrac Sun Mrs. Alvin -
I f It tive decorations and refreshments Upon presentation. of this day: morning at St. Stephens' Keith of Knoxville. ':
II A pink and blue cake ad we Will give you and Catholic Church. He is the
: : 'us 1 topped with miniature stork yourwife or' girl, ,friend a grandson of Mr.'and'Mrs.; Paul COUNTY TAX 1'COLLECTOR :*'
. "
: and free drink..with dinner.; Stanlsh Bunnell.;
J 5 Bunnell booties formed the centerpiece ,
.. "S I.." Florida. ., for the serving'table. Spanish: h .6FContin.ntalCuigfne,, Following'the .christening ATTENDS MEET "*. ':
I service '
there a
:P.' S."Don't Appropriategames were was h' family Flagller
Forget to dinner County
Tax Colleci
the -
: '. Co," Wash Car: : ',u played and prize winners POSADA MENENDEZ Church Street Bunnell.Stanish home;* .,ted":Dale ;B.\'Brown. Jr. left,
were Mrs. Agnes West 'Mrs. Among
r 1vjhrift..T'Car" :.. RESTAURANT those attending and"5Mrs. ; Eugene Nipper and Mrs.. Cora were Mr.
21 Av nldccr Menendez walton Beach
Wash'r David Burnsed attend the
Adams. a'nd
829-6282 daughters__, "Florida' 'State Tax'Coltectors
> : .,I' J. About ,_..twenty .Invited, Gainesville and Convention" r.. r
St. Augustine Florida Mr. and Mrs. P. J, Stanish : ,', t i' t,r. ,
guests attended ,
the affair. : ,St. Augustine. !(Brown said he would return
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f. are: In season with tfie .

.,. Lion President Howard

Kayser Hosiery Lerch announced that the

Bunnell Lions are selling

Halloween Candy that can be

used for "trick or treat" on w 4''x

Halloween. The bag of candy

sells for $1. _

Lerch said all Bunnell

!FiLWOctober Lions are selling the candy,

but for convenience the following i:

places of business ;-. ,
have candy for sale: ;;'

At Bunnell: Fruits Jeweler, / ', ,<4

Cooks Sundry, Tucker's Grocery %.;" y

Hospital Administrationoffice ;:: : f 1Jt .,.

Jiffy Food, Brannam's ,;1.;. ,X >;.
IGA Chicken Pantry.t :. l'
'. ;
:)v :.l Ju"
''It At Flagler : Atlantic / ", d >

Hardware, Flagler Beach 'J : ,
Trailer Park, and .Jiffy Food : : ''If"

Store. '/ ,

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Boston

left Tuesday to return to

Moundsville, W. Va. after vis. yr,

iting' several days in Bunnell

,-.5---- 13 to October 25 with Mr.' and Mrs:'L. H. Drady. 4

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Kayser Panty Hose NOTICE

ELECTION OF: Two <2) Supervisors v ........ -'"_ _,;' ,, _....... ,
2 pairs $415 for terms of four (4)

.",. .Water each for Flagler Soil and Photo by 'Theo C. Heln
Conservation District.
'.' Reg..5 'r. R';;;-.' October 21. 1969 Valjean Lyons and Elmer T. Hubbert, both of Merritt Island,
.. .; Pursuant to the Soil and Water
'' Conservation Act. Chapter; were married Sept. 13 at St. James Baptist Church, Bunnell. The
\ .
/ 4 *830 .: 682. Florida Statutes of 1949 and Rev. M. B. Britton performed the candlelight ceremony.
pairs : Chapter 28094 of 1953. and as "
,>t.t: ->.I' amended 1966 notice Is hereby The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lyons, 1-;.
.j',. J' ) given of an election to be heldon
: \ 't Reg. no '' ; ,("'...:,' '- ',:' October 21, 1969 for the elec- Bunnell, and' her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ,
.. "::Jr' tion of: Two' (2) supervisors for T v
.. terms of four (4) years each.Polling Hubbert, Sr., Bunnell. >>' ,

.:.f"" single pair$2 ,, ,..: Flagler places County: Courthouse, 1 Fdllowing a wedding trip to Miami the couple will reside .> '..rat

Bunnell, Fla.' the Tropical Manor Apartments, Merritt Island. '.'

f'i!!;. ';:':,- ..J. Community.Haw Creek Store. Haw Creek' .. :-1.'".. .

,'.'I Flagler Fish Camp St. Johns '
: : +I Kayser Stockings, '\ Park Community. : :
,*t. v : ... ,\' Water Oak Station, Bimini BUNNELL 'SCHOOL' No. 2 HOSPITAL NOTES; -:' ';'1.
\ ) ':" Community. "
:." 3 pairs $325 I Polling, places will be open PTA EXECUTIVE MEET ADMISSIONS: :.' :.."
: ', '' :.'''t'':'::;'' between,, the hours., of 8:00 A. M. ,
I ',\. ''I., and 5:00: P. M. Laura Beckham,, Ophelia
I .. R eg."f.$ All qualified electors- residing Bunnell Elementary SchoolNo. Varnes, Arthur Raymond, An-
within the District shall be eli-
: 2 Parent Teachers Association
: : ;" gible to vote in this election. nie Lucille Pelllcer, Julia' Rig-
1'> ," : t A qualified, elector as defined will hold its organizational by, Anna Nelson, Rebecca i
4 In the Florida Soil ConservationAct
6 pairs6Reg ,> ,. .' ',' Includes any. person qualified meeting Tuesday.October Mutter, William Kronz Nell

." ; ; to vote in general elections 14 at 8 p.m. in the Allen, Michael' Spivey; AllenT.
under the Constitution and Stat-
$810 utes of this state who Is also a cafeteria: Bertha, Kathryn Bankston<
landowner In the herein named Susanna Abbott, Ben Brown
District. The first PTA meeting and ,
Robert N. Morris, Harry McNitt. Louis: Wolf,
Parents Visitation Nie is slated -
What a leoutiful'Vfay' to save. Now can get4heprettiest Administrator Roberts
you State. Soil,(and Water ,for Tuesday. October 21 Mary Ellen Ekelund, .
look for: legs'for much much less. *44ne>;y..tgql3oard..r at8, p.Vn-,. according Prln Orlando F. Alford, Rhonda
;ryour ; i to'" )ct. ,9. 16. ,2tc. cipal-Averley' Brown. Pelllcer, Edna Black. <,. .

Take your pick from perfectly fitting Agilon stretch LEGALADVERTISEMENT': .,'v, DISCHARGES:

hose. other 'IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- LEGAL: ADVERTISEMENT Grace Wray, Cherri Hanna,
and And exciting
stockings panty KNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Edgar Morris, Stanley Barnes
Kayser styles. They fit great; wear even better, FLORIDA. COURT IN AND VOIl FLAG Evelyn Crews Beulah AMen,
CASE] NO.' 02.1 ''DIV. E I.KIl COUNTY. FLORIDA Oreta Thorn: Pearl Fillman

and look smashing. : WILLIAM" Plaintiff N; MERRrrT.,'Iff..... IN PROBATE RE- Estate No.ofWILLIAM WOO. Milton Wettstaln, Ettie, Hunt

JOHNNIE':vs.MAY MERRITT. Deceased H. REED er. Nell Allen William Kronz '

Defendant. NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT Mae GUI Charles Wendlandt,
address unknown All persons are hereby notified Era Mae Johnson, Mary Man-
YOU ARE- HEREBY NOTIFIED that the undersigned aa Administratrix dziara, Willie Vick Etta Peterson
that a Complaint for Divorce cum testamento an-
has been filed against you In the nexo of said estate has com- Michael Splvey.: r_'
above styled Court and you are pleted the administration thereof -
requested and directed to servea and has filed In said Court
copy of your Answer or other her final report and application LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
written to said Complaint for discharge. Objections thereto -
:ifsrE H' TUCKER. If any. should be duly died NOTICE OF INTENTION .TIP ...
Attorney for Plaintiff at. Post After filing proof of publication REGISTER FICTITIOUS :NAME} r1k
Office Box 398. Bunnell, Florida showing this notice hail been In compliance with House Bill
NEXT TO POST OFFICE IN BUNNELL and to file the original thereof published once a week for four No. 1175. Chapter 20953. Lawa-
with the Clerk of the Circuit consecutive weeks the matterof of Florida. 'Acts of 1941. aa'
Court. in And ',Flag legrlerCounty' approval of said report and amended the undersigned wilt
tyv Florida.' the ordering: of distribution of
register with the Clerk of the
Your Bank Americard Welcome Here Courthouse Bunnell, Florida ; said estate will come before the Circuit Court In and for, Flagrlei.
or before the 23rd day of October Court. County Florida, upon receipt of
1969. ",' First, publication on 2 Oct. 1969. proof of publication of thla notice -
If you fail to do so. Judg- JULIA R. HARVEY. the following fictitious
ment by Default will be taken, aa Administratrix CumTf"stamento name: ;G
.and entered against you for therelief Annexo Flagler Plumbing Co. located .
prayed In said Complaint.DONE LELAND B. SHAW at Flagler Beach Florida under
AND ORDERED at P. O. Box 296
which I will engage In the bus-
Bunnell Flagler County. Flor- ,:iBunnell. Florida 32010 Iness of plumbing. and that the
ida, this 17th day of. September. Attorney for Administratrix undersigned .is the only .i: "
1969, GEORGE Oct. 2. 9, 16, 23. 4tc. Interested In said business
ON Florida this'r19th
I EP Clerk of the ,Circuit LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN day of September .
Court* ,A., D. .
5V. (SEAL. ) TIIFJ CIRCUIT COUnT 'OF'FLAGLRU / .. Thomas J: Miller. : .* .

By Julia Clerk R. Harvey COUNTY FLORIDA .: _Oct. 2. 9. 16. 23. 4te.
Sept. 25, Oct.. 2. 9, 16. 1969_ 4to In Case 'N e. 633-D LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
: '. MARY McNEIL DA ; r,
COUNTY, FLORIDA -. Defendant' CIVIL NO. DIV. 628-D ,r f
677-8217 175 W. McGILL'try- '
Plaintiff ,
Beach Florida IN RE- Estate of .
Ormond Route 1. Box 191 M.vMcGILL. .
RUTH PETREY, '!rft.i;,!
Whltevllle. North Carolina
Deceased. I' Defendant Sa$
,28472 :
.TO NOTICE"ALL PERSONS TO CREDITORS HAVING You are hereby notified I "that TO: Dean NOTICE M. McOill Of SUIT ,.* .
a suit has been filed
against '
you Crown
In the above entitled '
cause; and 677 E. Colorado Blvd. "
; you are hereby required to file .
You.and each of you are*here ,, Pasadena California "
your answer with the Clerk
,by notified and required to file this Court. and to 'serve a NOTIFIED -
copy that'an
claims and demands which for divorce*
any thereof upon,.the plaintiff or ,bas been filed
you or'.either of you may have plalntlfTa against you and
; attorney, whose name
8:00P.M. against said estate In the office of and address la? you are required to serve a'' copy
BINGO the Honorable T>' K. McKnight.' R. K. ROBERSOIST of your written :defense If an y.
.; County :egnOft Flagler County, '204 Conrad Building to It on Donald J. Sepa of Duf-
felt Barry and Sepa. Attorneys
at hid o Court HouseIn 112 West New York Ave. .'r
HALL Bunnell. Florida,. within six for plaintiff, whose address .
'BEACH RECREATION Florida 32720 b
120 East Granada : "
FLAGLER Avenue .
calendar months from the time not 'later than P.
:BY- i of the first publication of this D..' 1969, : ; November_ 28. A. Box 2033. Ormond Beach...Flor-'
ida and file the
.. original. with
notice. claim demand
i .Each .4 or If you fall td'do'' mo..Default:
the Clerk
of the
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'Disabled American Veterans: the place residence and"post *.. th relief demanded In the you bill for court on or before October 27.
; otherwise, a Judgment
office address of the claimant of complaint. The nature of said may
and :&must ,be sworn to by the suit be entered against you for the-

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seal o v, WITNESS hand *
} :; PAUL H. PETRBY" ., JR.. .. of said Court this 30 day. of '. seal of said Court my September and the>
, :: ..FREE REFRESHMENTS Executor |Vj! ); r ..0 September A. D 1969. S 22. 1969 on
By: /./ Leland B_ lhaw. 'GEORGE 'Mr r- < ,?'
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James Wilson, E. Palatka, a National Fertilizer Solutions
I frequent visitor to Flagler Association convention at !

County, will speak on "Grass Cincinnati, Ohio Nov. 1013.

Roots MarketlngU-"pros andcons" Wilson, Allied Chemical representative .",
of selling and distributing is the son in law "
fluid fertilizer to farmer of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
customers at the 15th annual Smith of Bunnell.

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TRADE YOUR CAR FOR A BOAT was the sign posted on one of the boats in front of J&K

I BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS Fiberglass Enterprises last Friday for motorists with cars stalled on US Hwy 1. The highwaywas

impassable because of heavy flooding and closed to north and southbound traffic Saturdayfrom

., PLAN AHEAD FORCHRISTMAS Bunnell to Korona. t

Heavy,rains resulted In' the overflow of Black Branch south of Bunnell.
,Southbound motorists: were rerouted over S. R. 100 to 1-95 and northbound traffic..:was directed .....t
over the Old Dixie Highway to 195.

Gun Racks :: Built in Kitchens with your predicament but NAVAL RESERVE .

Bookcases :: Built In Furniture Social the answer is NO. In the first .
Security place, social security recordsare CENTER HAS i
Vanities :: Breakfast Bars I I confidential so we cannot '

No order too small (minimum $4)Laminated N-E-W-S tell you .whose number you OPENINGS ; i

have on your arm. Secondly,
Plastics :: Upholstery Fronts The Naval Reserve Training
.. Q. Several years ago I worked an individual keeps his original Center Daytona ''Beach, an- a
number all his life. However
FREE ESTIMATES in a small neighborhoodgrocery nounces that there are' first
If you have given an '
store. I 'now believemy enlistment openings .now .
Evening Planning Arranged employer' did not turn in employer th wrong number, available In its "2 x 6"; pro- .
be sure he now has the correct -
my social security. What canI gram. Applicants must be
107 Bay St Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928 do about this? one. The Social Security single with, no dependents, be

A. Go to your social security Administration strongly'urg at least ''seventeen years, but

office and...explain the sit es aU workers to show a new not, have reached 27 years of
uation to them.'They will find employer wrong. hurpber, age.- ; ..
card hired.Q.
out for you if Vour wages from 'when ,.
this. have been re ..I am soon going to retire Applicants'' that are accepted -
employee I'
ported. If not "hey will help and start drawing my social ''will be in an Inactive
security. I have a 42 year old status for one year subse- ....
you to get credit for these
Sez son who has been in' a mental quently reporting for a two
earnings.. Be j i sure to bring' '
Buddy ,
Knox with you any evidence of Institution since he was a years period of active. 'duty..
boy. Can he be entitled\ to soy r "
t ; ,- ;, ; these agf1ti 'ou have- es"p1ecfaWyoavW2 -. l\ ,, ajs my child when For further information
? : form. I'' start drawing contact the Naval Reserve Re-
Q,.I am;going to retire next, ?,
? cruiting Office, Yacht' Club
EVER Yes. The
: : DID YA be disabled child of
; whew I will 65 years ih
,year Basin
.: 't'linow .a worker becomes eligible for Daytona Beach per-
old.' I doi ; how to get
,1 benefits when son or by telephoning. at; number -
the worker retires -
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certificate or even if
tl<: : himself becomes disabled 2552488.

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ordies.. The basic requirement -
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rovetmy: age
refrigerator in the morning, no milk for is the child havea
Open' A, To get' avbirth certificate
.' 'l write to the TTureau of Vital severe physical or mental
of disability that began before
Statistics in the state where
cereal; hIs 18th birthday and still
This Is
you were born. generally -
:' 1 in the State Capital. If prevents him from working.

l'" :u then remember kids took car to there is no certificate, find the Your social security office will
Start_ shopping, ask you about this when you
oddest document you can.
file own appll atlon.,You
t r This may be any record made your
;a. fl J! k school; early in your life such as a should be ready to give them .
all of the facts in his
... recordor case.and
'.( .. school record ji church
,j., .. cInvite re-' a Bible entry. :Another' good, bring his birth certificate.
Thursday nite, then' :
bridge club over proof is an early Federal census ,
1..1' r record. Get in touch with .

: '; member Milly's birthday party same nite; your social security office if
I you need 'm'ore help In this Y

f* :' matter. -. after you see
> to beauty appointment; Q. I had my social security
.. > Run out of gas on way number tattoed, on, my arm. I -your doctor ,
have since discovered it Is the

: J4: ;. Heat go off at wee hours of morning: on coldest wrong number. Can I, makean bring yourprescription '
exchange with the person
'1 '."'' ", who has this number? to

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"' ffYes;.everybody; forgets sometimes. ARTHUR, BABBITT _4o

PLUMBING AND .dp 1ff&Uq .
S<, and mistakes to REPAIRS
".' fuel delivery forgets. Professional BIdg.
We. cut our Flagler Beach
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Tel 439.2304 ,
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Today: Flagler County Jim Glisson, .' ,

"'. .....,.' '< Shrine, Club dinner-meeting ; Eustis, informed The Tribuneby

., \ /. .'it.:., at 730* p. m. at Dolphin Restaurant Comptroller ,Fred O. Dickinson 'telephone last( week that I

at Marlneland0 announced thru Flori he wanted to assure the people -

I' (- -) da's Fiscal Guardian this \ ,of Flagler County of hisopposition
United'Daughters' of the week that an application had the Crider Plan

Confederacy meet at '3 p. m. been filed in the Comptroller'sOffice which would consolidate Flag

at the home of Mrs. R. W. for a bank in. Flagler 'ler with, Clay, Putnam" and St.

Deen, Jr., Pine St., Bunnell. Beach.. Johns Counties. ..
Mrs R. W. Cody is cohostess. Glisson said, "It has not .
According to the news release been proved that large gov'r
(.0.) the new bank would'be ernment is more efficient than

SUNDAY, OCT. 12: COLUMBUS named Bank of Flagler Beach small' government." '
DAY. and would be located on
: '% "Tallahassee/ should not die-
Moody Boulevard in Flagler
(,-o-) tate to the counties of thestate" '
Beach. The capital would be
Korona Community Club Glisson said "No '
$250,000.The county <
meeets at 2 p. m. at St. Mary's should be merged withouta

Church Social Hall. directors of the bank vote of the people Involved.. '. ''"

(-0-) would be John M. Canakaris, Glisson added that there "

Monday;' ,Oct.. 13: Flagler 'John A. Clegg, Charles' E. would be chaos in legislative ,
Creal Lily J, Creal. J. Walter' r
Beach Lions Club dinner. and congressional districts ,
meeting at 7:30 p. m. in the Green, William Lenssen, R. L. since the new counties wouldbe

These nine employees of the Florida Forestry Service In clubroom at Milland Hotel. McNab and Howell V. Peavy. represented by so many

Flagler County received Safe Driver awards. Pictured left to Special guests will be the Before a charter could be districts with districts cutting

,right front row are J. E. Buckner, 2 yrs.; P. R. Tillman, 1; S. J. Bunnell Lions ,Club membersand approved a thorough investigation across new county lines in' a "

I ; Germack 7, and W. F. Beam,, 2, Back row. 1 to r, N. H. Lane, 8 guest speaker is J.' O. must be made by Bank chaotic' pattern. \-

yrs.; C. H. Gordon, 8; J. G. Marquis, 5; G, B. Kelly 17; and R. L. Craig, Flagler County School Examiners of the'"Comptrol He added that he was opposed i 1'-,
Superintendent. ler's Office and Federal Deposit to taking the race track ;"
Dorr 1.
(-o.) Insurance Corporation. The funds away' front the small .1'' '

Tuesday Oct. 14: Eastern investigation includes a studyof counties because It would ) "

TO SETTLE ESTATE-Well FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished Star Chapter No. 93 meets at the community In which cause financial distress. ;'y
',,: the bank would be located.It It
located 2' bedroom furnished 8 p. m. ,
frame house with large
I cottage, close to ocean and inland (-o-) was stated that some .. '' "
Phone 439- yard, $35 per month. Von Bu- REEDY'CONCERNED 'I,
Idlewood Club meeting at stock was being held' for sale
2020. Oct. 9,' 4tc. bw Ranch. Ccf.l: 439.2371 Itc '
in Beach after the ABOUT
8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. / .
.,' '. '
,, charter is approved. # '
W. W. Deen, Moody Blvd., "
will be Se.' '-'
Bunnell. fThere a .' -
Bing's Fish CampA cret Pal Birthday party. Representative Bill Reedy ,. '

If report from Bing's indiCates 'GoO) TRAD COMPLETES was in Bunnell last week to, '

fishing is better in the D. ,A. V. Auxiliary meetingat INSURANCE COURSE see,for himself the'water conditions ,,'

Intracostal waterway.. Despitethe 7:30 p. ,m. at the ,Flagler. existing in Flagler .
abundance of fresh waterin Beach. Municipal Haill.. Charles L. Trad, 'realtor County and particularly in 'I
with Ocean Shore Realty Cor. "
( ) Bunnell. r
the canal fishermen, have -o-
I I"I had fair luck the Disab n has successfully com Reedy Informed The Tri r_
pretty past Wednesday,. Oct. 15: Meted a week long seminar
week. led Veterans Chapter No. 86 and bune that he had called the
with National Institute
meets at 8 in the offices of Congressman Bill
Gene Knight of Bunnell and m" Flagler Land Brokers. \ .
f John McKenzie, Orlando, Beach Municipal Hall. Com Chappell and Senator Spess- .j";
Trad said the course dealt 'ard Holland to tell them of "
boated: 15 Saturday, includinga mander Walter Wilkins will
5 pound channel bass. Sun preside. with urban development and the water that was ,flooding
subdivisions, shopping Centers Bunnell In what was believed \
day they caught 10 nice bass (-0-)
farm lands and 'the'effect to be a blockage caused In
and 1 large'trout.. Haw Creek CommunityClub
of IRS taxes real
on es-
the construction of. 195.
Joe Kelly of Bunnell brought meets,Tat 9:30: a. m. at state.

_.._-.n ..-. '_ '. in 3 channel bass. the home of Mrs. R. ,E. Size. He, ,also said he was calling .
Len R. Wilson, former publisher _
", The FISHING LINE Several catches of drum, more, State'Road 304. :Plans the State Road Department
,flounder, trout, bass and for the club's annual Halloween of The Flagler; Tribune to get some action, tak
By BETTE McDANIEL croakers were also Brought Carnival .will be' com and now a Daytona Beach en on the U. S. 1 situation
I "* realtor completed the same where-'miles of the road were
into pleted
.F Flagler Beach Pier : f.he camp. !
.. course.. under water I from Bunnell' to
Not much action is the report Flagler Fish Camp Trad has, recentlypurchased Korona.

,- from Flagler;" Beach Pier WET i is',the word from Flag- the two duplex apartmentson Last; week RepresentativeReedy

; '. ,due, to the unfavorable wea- ler Fish Camp. Mrs. Aycock ttSPaNOT: West Moody Boulevard was active In contacting

II,! :anther conditions. The ocean has told 'us Wednesday morning' from Stuart Eatman. appropriate authoritles'lnWashington

'4 a .-been rough and muddy caused that water was still knee. ES in an effort to get

I by the northeast ,winds. The deep In the camp store and BAFALIS the funds reinstated for the
winds have produced excessively project. He
unable sewerage expressed
they were to open for PUNT PASS KICK
high tides'and: a sfrong business. The camp area has ANNOUNCES FOR the belief that a way

current. been under water the past COMPETITION would be worked out so that

I Clint'' Mosler said a few week. Heavy rains have resulted GOVERNORState the City of Bunnell would get .
whiting were caught Tuesday in' the overflow of Crescent SATURDAY A. M. the funds which were prom '

If''."morning: and a small drum and Dead Lakes causing The local Punt Pass and ,Senator L.. A. (Skip) Ised them and then-cut off. '

:,j'' 'land I trout were taken off the flooding in the area. Kick competition slated last Bafalis, Republican from Palm ,_
I"' vpier. Beach County has announcedthat
weekend was cancelled due to
he will be a candidatefor
inclement weather and has
been rescheduled'Saturday the Republican nominationfor WOOD PURCHASES -

.. SAFETY morning, October 11 at 10:00. Governor. He will oppose
HIGHLIGHTS The event VIll; be staged at Governor Claude Kirk, who is St. Regis Paper Company ,
expected to run in the primaries bought some $573,000 worth: A
: Bulldog Stadium. First place .
I j next year. of wood grown in Flagler \
winners' will compete In Zone .
__ contests and, possibly progress Bafalis is running 'on his County during 1968 for its '
record as a top vote getter in kraft paper mill in Jackson,
to District Area Division and
; min..$;; ?f.r Y.d F y : $ i.crqi: ville. ,
National competition.Also both urban and rural countiesas ;
all District winners go well as in both Republicanand Most of this wood purchased r

with their ,parents to Area Democratic strongholds."It in Flagler County is:handled '

1 J competitions, held In NFL is time ''to return to rea through local wood sup. ,, : .

,:. cEJ II : team stadiums. The 12 Na- sonable, responsible Republi pliers, ,who are independent ..'

; tional finalists compete dur canism", Bafalis said. He is businessmen shipping Wood ...
ing half time in the annual 'running on a' Conservative to St. Regis.
According to figures :.
NFL Play-Off game in the platform. ,', ,.
Orange Bowl in Miami, Flor Democrats who are being piled recently Regis .. .,
bought some $6.8 .it.
ida. They and their considered as potential candidates
worth of wood in 56 'counties 'i kin
"- are State Senator Jack .
take exclusive
an tour of ".
Matthews, president of Florida Florida where the company 4. ,..? ",
Cape Kennedy the history .
I Ir owns'controls,455,000 acres ;
State 'Sen.ate. Mayor -w .
making site of the Apollo .of forested land. : < -,'
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Chuck! Hall, Miami and Attorney '
shots and the Air '
moon The company manages some \>'.:K t
General Earl Faircloth.
\ ARE/072514 : 54FEh2 Space Museum. /
44,600 acres pf taxpaying +*>;i'/
None has announced his,
AT.WORK 77////V OFF r/le JoB Punt,. Pass and Kick is a can land in Flagler Count ''- "I" '-:V :

PUft/fit6 7V && 'FOUR DECADES THE nationwide program that is didacy. as yet. Landowners and :tree farm. N .*':' I

PRG'QUNCY'OP OA -ZWJOBNTRES 'sponsored ,nationally by'' Ford Lt. Governor Ray Osborne, ers may secure forest management -. % \\'

.: '1, I; PROPPS::> GhARPL-Y'WUltG ? Dealers and the National Republican, has announcedthat counsel at no charge .' '
EMoYHEN7;, f. he will, be a candidatefor
: I Football League. from St. Regis foresters' or ,
GIIOjY5P. United States Senator for' '
Gold trophle winners will wood suppliers'shipping wood
::" ,,/ 772GMENPOUS GAING'. the post now held by Democrat ',
go to the Gator Bowl Satur to St. Regis. '
U. S. Senator L.
j .,' day, October 18 to compete Spessard The company manages
:,. PETROLEUM RF/NER/ES with winners of Florida and Holland. Holland has statedhe some 1.8 million acres -of
will not announce his In.*.
*+ :';: Southern Georgia. V. F. W. woodlands In Alabama:Flor
FOB EXAMPLE WWWOCBS& tention for several months.
Post 5213 and Boy Scout Troop 'f ida, Louisiana and Mississippi.
', OIL( 'FouR T/ONES Mo26 r 472 are cosponsoring the Representative Fred Schultz Though St. Regis is a large

T//AN 77YPDN THE event., Democrat from Jacksonville; landowner' the company depends -'

l. FTE 19Z4's.B/TAC4'Y iVT All boys should come with President of'Florida House of on other private ,landowners .

fREQUEiYG'yRAT6G flMGWG -- sneakers. '.., Representatives, is a semi-an I and tree farmers to

gEF/NERY I t2C'ER5 f/AVE' Leslie Pache is Punt, .Pass nounced candidate'against supply more than half of the

pRED NEARLY 75' -- iPERCEiYT and Kick,. Director. Holland for the Democratic< wood used by its three southern .
nomination.U. kraft mills. '

fy1dLf ., S. Congressman ,Bill This, .Wood Is made Into
Cramer; Republican from more than 5,000> consumer

o KHEWYOU* Plnellas County has announced ', products) ,ranging front paperto

MOVER'S LICENSE ( L"3 I that he' will probably be a lumber to perfume some

'. ; LURING YOURBMTHMOHTH ,candidate for. the Republican of these products manufactured

nomination for United States by St. .Regis and some
.... Senator. of them by other companies.


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