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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VFW TO PLAN

Would YouBELIEVE ATTEND HEARINGIN
MAIL PROJECT

Plans for mailing gift packages I WASHINGTON

to local servicemen servIng Flagler County school ..-

In the armed forces at It Happened in Flagltr dale left Wednesday for

Vietnam, will be dtaeussed at County 20. 30. 40 years ago Washington, D. C. to ........

the Veteran of Foreign Wan .r f a hearing on govenmMAtcharges

Auxiliary meeting Thursday 7 I of ftOII.C'OMp diawee

itonigM at 8:00 p. m. at the with dkspgjgfaHon laws In

port home. West Moody Blvd., TEN TEARS AGO Flagler county _MIL Superintendent
BunReiL Cay G. Htrrta. :
Members will prepare two Raymen Twfcer was elected school board tnernhers i..peN

packages each month' for president of the Flagln Emery. John D. Ferryman' aMII
Cattlemen's
mailing. The gift packageswill County Associatkm. V PNV)'. and cite board's
Duane Deen ws elected
contain foodstuffs andpersonal attorney Charles Tta4e4l ace
.
vice president and Howard
hems for the service' attending the meettaff.'
Taylor was reelected secretary
men. treasurer." Last rear the school board
Anyone wishing to contribute
( ) was called for a hearing In
.0'
to the postage fund of the
At that timeFlagler
The Citizens Bank of Bun Washington
the
project is asked to contact
nell 1 celebrated" its 20th anniversary county's schools were
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Auxiliary president r s.
totally segregated. An agreement
at a banquet at the
431.: 11.
Blanche Akers at .
worked
was out whereby
Dlxiana Restaurant Officers,
Mrs. Akers said all members
grades 10-12 at Carver High
directors and their
weUl'lf'd to attend employees l'botoe '' Th" l U. I"
wives and husbands and the William Lenssen newly elected director Is shown with Tom E.Bolden School would be consolidatedwith '

Thursday nights meeting. bank attorney II. T. Cook and an original director of the the Citizens Bank. Bunnell High School;

his wife, attended. freedom of choice would be

COLLINS KICKS OFF (-0-) CITIZENS BANK president and director Harry exercised In other grades; and

FOR U. S. SENATEFormer The Flagler County Shrine Clegg director and M. C. two Negro teachers' would beassigned
OBSERVES
Club installed the following 30 Strickland, director Mrs. LilyJ. to Bunnell High
Governor LeRoy
Creal presently a vice School and two white teachers
Collins kicked off his campaign officers: R. L Mc.Vab. president ANNIVERSARYStockholders president
United States ; Larry Knapp. first vice and director says that would be assigned to Carver
for the
president: John Botterbush officers, directors she can well remember the School.
Senate today with a blast at
second vice president: George and employees observed date. January 27, 1938. the The school board acceptedthis
"cotton candy government"and
the thirtieth anniversary of new bank opened Mrs. Creal and to
WIckllne, secretary and Cor- plan attempted
of
a 14-point platform
domestic Issues. bett Sullivan, treasurer. the opening of Citizen Bankof said There was a hard freeze follow thru with It. A US government

(-0-) Bunnell with a dlnaer partyat the night before we opened.All Inspection team was
Collins marked the start of
Bunnell Restaurant Satur the potatoes were frozen. In Flatter In December .
TWENTY YEARS AGO county
his race for the Democratic
day night Among the thirty It was a rather bleak day to to examine the desegregation
nomination at a press conference The! Flagler Tribune was .
two persons attending the dinner open a new' bank." plan. They found the

in the State Capitol. approaching ifs 3Sth birthday. were Tom E. Holden the The bank In 1938 had capital Carver grades had been consolidated -

then flew' to Tampa wherehe The Tribune began operation only original director and stock of $25.000 and surplus but the freedom of

reiterated his domestic February 6. 1913. William Lenssen. the newest of 5000. according to choice plan had not worked to

goals at a fund-ralsing lunch (-o-) director of the bank. Charles E. Creal present president their satisfaction. Many students
eon and talked about Viet- Miss Helen Hooper a senior
The original board Included and today capital stock who expressed a desireto

nam. In the school of music at E. H. Ashcraft. president; ..C Is $150.000 and surplus of transfer to Bunnell High

"A peaceful world free of.. Stetson University gave her R Creel executive Jrlg* teesfdent -' .. SXO.COO Pet undivided profits :School had returned" to Gar-

oppression fear, and of hum senior recital In Deland. ; Tonill rd -vice over $0,000.EJAGLER ver. Several Negro senior high

ger, must forever be our fore Miss Hooper, a soprano, was -------- -
students had dropped out of
most goal;' Collins said. also an aak.ant'Oitt" Instructor HOOVER WILL BEACHTAXPAYERS
school. Two of the Negro
Collins served in the Florida at Stetson.
SHOW PICTURES teachers assigned to Bunneti"
Legislature for 20ears ( )
-0-
High School had taken leavesof
before being elected Governor, The American Legion wasplanning Rev. Reynold Hoover pastor ASSN. MEETThe absences There were no Negro

which post he held for six a Valentine Danceat of Flagler Beach Methodist Flagler Beach Taxpayers students In the Flagler

)"Nrs. In 1900 he served as the Bunnell Civic Center. Church, will be the Association met and discussed Beach School and no white

chairman of National Demo C0Raphael -) speaker. at the February 6 << the CIty of Flagler students attending Carver.As .

cratic Convention. Slurman formerly meeting f the Flagler, Senior Beach proposal for furnishing a result' the school board

Since' retiring as Governorof of FarmvtHe. Virginia purchased Citizens Club. Rev. Hoover will water to the Northeast Flag was charged with noncompliance

Florida Collins has been the Bunnell Department narrate the trip which he and ler" Water Project Mrs. Irma and a hearing was

president of National Association Store from Max Id-leson Mrs. Hoover made abroad last Parker said the Association scheduled fer today ta Wash

of Broadcasters, director and was operating the business. year His talk will be illustrated made a thorough study of the ington.

of Community Relations with a series of slide engineering report furnishedthe f

Service and Under Secretaryof i-o-i pictures taken on their tour, City of Flagler. Beach and Most of the school officials

I Commerce. Recently he has THIRTY TEARS AGO according' to Walter Creal recommendations made making the However trip were not optimistic did

been practicing law In TamP publicity chairman. by the city auditors. Robert tttey
H. T. Cook. Flagler County's
have hopes that they could
*. son. May and lima, and
thy
At the Gub's last meeting
representative to the statelegislature. show In the hearing that they
concur In the decision of the
members were entertainedwith
announced his had made a sincere effort to
HOSPITAL NOTES pictures taken at Expo City Commission to sell waterat
can4idaey f. reelection.0 comply with the previous
.
ADMITTED: Bunnell Nina (- -) 67 In Canada by Bob Wallace 36 cents per thousand gallon agreement They<< would attempt
Splvey, Madeline Neely, Joseph Beach. *.
Flagler
The 1987 legislature changed to explain why the Negro *
Mrs. Parker stressed that
Bratcher. Grover Clifton. the primary election date There will) be a potluck students returned to Car.ver .

Mary Broada 'ay, Ruth Wein- from June to May. supper February 6 at 6 p. m. the Taxpayers Association and why the Negro teacher -
ecke Flagler Beach Margaret was sincerely interested In
: :
members asked
(-0-) and are to had taken leave.
seeing water furnished to the
Furr, Charles Missinne. Fourteen members of the bring a covered dish. Coffee The concern of the board
John Durrance.' O r m o n d FFA and their advisor, Mr. Is furnished by the Club. northeast coastal area, but seemed to be that they would
Beach Kenneth Priest Dorothy could not agree for Flagler
: Norfleet. attended the Florida Newcomers and visitors are ask for more time to consol
Webster>> Richard Tide. Fair at Tampa. Local chapter welcome' and. like members, Beach to furnish water at a idate the program started last
Ions to Beach .
Louella Jernlgan. Jacksonville members with entries In the are asked to bring food along taxpayers.The year and hope to avoid loss

: James Stepp. Seville. cattle contest were Marvin with table service The Club Taxpayers Association of any federal funds and
also discussed the slowness
DISMISSED: Cindy Dur 'Tucker James Durrance and meets in the Municipal build. avoid any court edicts on In-

rance, Wilma Brock Maude Howard Hunter. The local exhibit ing. Flagler Beach It was an with which the City Park is tergrattan The board does' not
'Mae being restored ),Ira. Parker
Maker. Faith Wilson.
judging team was composed nounced that there would be propose any further steps in
stated that the Road
Gill Ruth Evans. Lela MackIson of Frank Steflik. Victor no meeting March 5 as the County Integration at this time.

Frances Church, Connie Cyzyckl and Harry Thomas. Hall will be In use as a polling Department had dumped several
Goodman, Delores Cooper, loads of soil In the area,
(-o-. place for the local elec
but the City of Beach DENTIST OFFICE
Gertrude Glddcns, Barbara Miss Marguerite Fuquay tion. Flagler I
Green. Pauline Blanton. Will- had not yet done any work
entertained more than 100guests TO OPEN MONDAYThe !
ard Spivey, Cecil Hazelllef. at the D. F. Fuquay toward restoring the park as '
home In Flagler Beach in celebration r. B. GARDEN CLUB It was before the parking project dental office of Dr. Ben

AMERICAN LEGION of her seventeenth GAMES PARTY was Initiated last sum W. Lacy, Jr.. DDS will open

ORATORICAL CONTEST birthday. Assisting Miss Fu. mer. Monday, February 5 in the
the The Association called attention Professional Arts Building
Don't
forget Flagler
Mrs. Dana
MONDAY. FEBRUARY S quay were Mr, and
Beach Garden Club's Games to the fad that people 706 East Moody Blvd.
The Flagler County American Fuquay Jr. and Mr. and Mis.
who have been residents of Dr. will suiteof
Oratorical Contest Lemoyne Gallentlne. Party Wednesday Feb. 7 at Lacy occupy a
Legion
wiL be Monday FebruaryS (o-) 7:30 p. m. In the Municipal Flagler Beach for six monthsor offices equipped with the
Recreation HalL longer are eligible to register most modern facilities.
at 12:15 at the Bunnell High FORTY YEARS AGO .
to vote in Flagler Beach Dr.
A small admission will be Lacy was recently discharged -
School: auditorium. The annual Chautauqua wasbeing charged. city elections. No candidates from the US Army

Judges for the event will be planned for March 5, 6, have qualified to have their Dental Corp where he held

County Agent Don Jordan. 7 In the school auditorium. TIDE TABLE names placed on the ballot the rank of Captain.A .

Mrs. P. A. Edmonson and Arnold (o.) aa of the time of the Taxpayers native of Atlanta GJU. he

Morse. A cold wave damaged the Tides tot rtbrwxrr I.' Association meeting.' is a graduate of Emory University
The winner of the contest Irish In the HIGH LOW
early potato crop School of Dentistry In
will compete in the Fifth District county and it was predictedthe Day JLU. PAL AM. p.).t VTW OYSTER ROAST Atlanta and also received a

finals February 19 at marketing date would beset 1 10:18 10:36 3:48 4:18 Members of Veterans of Bachelor of Surgery degree

Bunnell High School. back about two weeks. 2 11:00 11:18 4:30 4M Foreign Wars Post 5213 and from Emory.

3 11:36 11:59 5:12 5:36 Auxiliary members and their Ills wife Judy is a nativeof

BAND PARENTS Feb. 1 at 8 p. In. In the Bun. 4 12:06 12:18 6:00 6:18 families will have an oyster Pensacola. Florida and la

MEET TONIGHT nell High School band room. 5 12:48 1:00 6:48 7:00 roast Saturday afternoon at 5 a registered nurse.

The Bunnell Band Parents All parents are urged to at. 6 1:36 1:48 6:48 7:54 p. m. at the home of Sir and The Lacys are residing at

Association meets Thursday. tend. 7 2:30 2:42 8:43 8:43: Mrs. Danny Johnston. BimlnL Palm Circle Flagler ad1.tsXYOUf8. .



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EDITORIALA .3


DIFFICULT JOB ....,.. ---_- '-"
The Florida State Legislature has undertaken ee of the
U. S. D, A. Choice
meet difficult Jabs faced" by a legislature In recent years. They
have just ten days to cease up wW an education program that
will satisfy the teachers, parents school officials, governor and. lb. 53
las but net least the taxpayers and voters.
The teachers thru the Florida Education Association have
Intimidated the legislate. brought "sanctionsagainst the
U. 5. D. A. Choice
State of Florida made K difficult for counties' to hire out-of.state
teachers heM a "one-day walkout", closed schools temporarilyIn
several counties, hold a threat of mass resignation over the lb. 63lb.
entire" state, and say the massive and expensive program proposed .
by the Governor's Education Commission is not accept

able.The Lean Western "FIRST CUT
stand taxation which
Governor took a against new apparently
was strongly supported by the electorate. During the
last session of the Legislature he vetoed education bills passeded 49 <
by a predominately Democratic legislature and his vetoes L
were sustained. He now appears willing to accept' moat of the
recommendations' of the Commission on Educatioa However,
.
the Governor Insists that if new tax monies are required there --
must be some changes in administration. He appears to stand G. C's "Own" BAR.B-QUED Lyke'a "Sugar Creek"FRANKS

firm on demanding a Super Education Board of 27 membersto
PORK ROAST
handle school affairs at state level and a state superintendent .
to be appointed by this board. At county level he requests lb.
consolidation of small school districts for better and cheaper 98C 12 oz.
administration. Since Flagler is a small district, it could havean "Table Ready" Cello Pkg. 39 C
effect on us. Also the Governor requests that county superintendents .

be' appointed by school boards rather than electedby Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2.21lb.. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE
the people.
School officials are In agreement as to the needs for more
school funds. However, they will exert their Influence on the
legislature in opposing the Super Board of Education, and appointive Whole 11) 27

state and county superintendents.The .
taxpayers too Is bending the ear of the 1 legislators.
While the taxpayer is "for' education he is "against" new taxes
that hit him. Many counties over the state voted down school

millage tends to recommendations support the governor last who November pledged The no voting new taxes.taxpayer The I Ask G. C. for Special Meats cut to your satisfaction

State Tax Assessors Association says Ad Valorum taxes have
reached the limit; that the state economy cannot stand higher
taxes.' When we turn to expansion of the sales tax we find Ca. Red No. 303 Can

pressure groups of all kinds from newspapers to dairies trying For
to protect their own interests. TOMATOESBush's 6 $100 CHEER

The Legislature has to solve all this In 10 days. And then
come home and face the electorate this Spring. No wonder so COLLARD No. 303 Can

many of this legislators term! are announcing they plan to retire at the end %Sff GREENS 8 For tOO Giant Size 49'


John A. Clegg Blue Plate Jar
Quart
Note: We have Invited the president of the local Classroom Limit with $$.00 or more food order
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Teachers Association to submit a guest editorial next week MAYONNAISE 49CMartha

White
hero She vlsloned the face Joe Grain' Grade "A"
Too Late adorned with whiskers that QUICK GRITS .r lb. :iQc*
would hide such features. Bas MEDIUM

Chewing her pencil she satIn 24 oz. Bottle
To Classify her attic room and wrotea Each EGG
BoasaU letter to Mr. A. B. Lincoln CRISCO OIL 49C
N7 Kar
telling him that In
her opinIon Dozen
The thought of Abraham If he were to grow a beardIt 2 89c "
would Improve his appearance .
Lincoln without beard is
assuring him that his CHASE SANBORN
like thinking of John F. Kennedy
looks would be
much Improved
with one. Although Lincoln
and since all ladies of that COFFEE
wore a beard only about FROZEN FOODS
-
day admired whiskers It
four years, those years carried
would endear him to them,
such historic Interest that Abe Ib.
and his beard became synonymous causing them to urge their 1 Tin 49C CHOPPED Pkg. of Fire
husbands to vote for him.
enjoying the same SIRLOIN *
public acceptance as the moleon When Grace's letter arrivedat Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order STEAKS 89c
his right cheek Lincoln's campaign headquarters

As we approach another secretaries sortingthe Ore Ida 2 lb. Pkg| i
mall were about to throwIt
of Lincoln's how Abe Birthday came,to the grow story a In the waste basket when FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH FRIES Each 390Clark's 1
Lincoln himself entered' the
beard so late In life becomesof
room and asked to see the Golden RipeBANANAS
more than passing Interest
While I have read many bothersome letter from some lb.
books about the famed statesman unknown little girl. lOc MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
none of them to my Both amused' and impressed .
memory had anything to say the great man Instructedhis 4 Ib. Cello BagAPPLES FLOUR
on :the subject and I was delighted secretary' to write the Each
to find a heartwarming young lady expressing his appreciation 49e
account' of "Why Lincoln for her Interest and 5 ib.
Grew' a Beard" In the February suggestion which he would Large Crisp Pascal Bag 39cCELERY
Issue of the Reader's DI. give careful consideration.
gest. Sometime later, a special Stalk I9C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

I doubt if you will find mention train carrying the newly elected .
of Grace Bedell" of upstate Lincoln to the White House
New York an 11 year old made a stop at Westfleld and
admirer who was directly' responsible the Bedell family Including
for the President's little Grace were on hand to
decision to adorn himself with get a glimpse of the new
whiskers In any book about Chief Executive.The .
Lincoln- but it was a letter President stated that t'ij
from this youthful little lady he had no speech to make '.i." iIt1 tIE" Ekhl
that caused Lincoln to consider and no time to make one "butit tlll TrrrrTTiflh,
, a beard. seems I have a special admirer .
Studying the first photograph In this community a
. she had ever seen, a Miss Grace Bedell and If she
picture of Abraham Lincoln Is In the crowd. I would appreciate I I (
f brought home from the fair It if she would come OPEN SUNDAYS ( ( Phone 437-3227

by her father she became distressed forward to receive my thanksfor 8:00 a-nu-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
by the hollow cheeks her suggestion that I
and gaunt appearance of her grow a beard. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 1. 2, 3, 4 and 5. 1968.J1etW
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[ stationed with the US CoastGuard Brie Weave US Mavy. Iceland
About OurServicemen at Ponce de Leon Inlet wrote he feed enough cold MILLER FOR I
t wsslster M lest .Mm a lifetimeHe
: L said It was so cold. theMe PUBLIC DEFENDER
!raji .m pipes. .Mwet inside (hobvllefeae Robert P Miller, Netty Mill
Pvt. Charles Knex. sen of ;. Me ei tw ojpctrd attorney' has anno***** .Ml
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Knox. Ie ee tffaewfssvM. to somewhere candidacy! for the enVe o(
*...... has eomfhtid the In the Atlantic area. Public Defender for JWNStli
Leader Preparation CeweeSfven Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Morse Judicial Circuit to ln.NaFlagler >
Erie's paneHs reside in Teh. 9t Johns. Putnam
at the Feet Leonard i 'aw
Weed Leadership SehooLPvt ran leon and ae presently and Volusta OMMMfes. He fe
Knox ta presently en vtattfec ta BwwieU with Mrs. presently serving aa Assistant
roiled In Drill iwelrttesrse.tcese. Morse* father Oearre KIelb. to Public Defender Joseph A.

His new address to: RA Scarlett who plans to retire
In a .letter to his parents from that
IttWOTS. Dl 4 Class .. PortLeonard pest
CHTefiM. Me enlt'l. US
Wood. Mo. M73. Marine Corps, MId he had Miller is a lifetime resident.
been transferred to a l S hot of Daytona Beach a graduate
HOME ON LEAVE pttal in Japan where he was of Diversity of Florid Law
CpL Eric KulesKl. US Marine ..aAirman receiving' medieal treatment College and has practiced law
Corps .to spending :30 Cpi MdM..... son of Mr and nine yea*. He is a member
days leave here with Ma parents Mrs. R. F. MtDa.... nagler of Florida Bar Votusta County
Mr. and Mrs Harry Kufeeki. Beach ta aaelfned to the 3rd ELECTED TO Bar. Phi Delta Phi Legal
Flagler Beach. Jack D. Abbott. Jr.. Marine Amphibious: Force at Fraternity and National Legal
Cpt Kuteeki has been Ma- son of )fro and Mrs. Jack D. Da Nang Vietnam. ST. AUCUSTUfE BANK Aid and Defender AAAOOvftri&A
tfened at Phu Dui Vietnamfor Abbott. Flatter Beach has Miller .. married and has four
L. E. Wadsworth has been
the past 13 months. He completed basic training at cWWren.
Pvt Randy Morris, US Army
elected to the Board of Directors
leaves Feb. 7 for Beaufort S. Lackland AFB. Texas. He has Fort Bcnnlng Ga. called his -
of the Exchange Bank of
C. where he has been assigned been assigned to the Air parents Wednesday night to St. Augustine. Wadsworth is ATTEND STETSON'SINAUGURAL
to duty. Force Technical Training Center tell them he was leaving for president of BunnHl Timber
at Sheppard AFB. Texas.for CEREMONIES
Fort Jaekson. S. C. where he Company and Wadsworth
Stuart Beckett, non of Mr.and specialised schooling' Han will attend derieal school for Lumber Company of Bunn n. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lenssen.
Mrs. Charles Roekett. aircraft 1ft4..1K't"lallst spec 8 weeks. Randy Just completed Von Bulow Ranch Bun MI.
Fla filer Beach was recently basic training at Fort Benn CARD OF THANKS were among 1300: guests attending
Our heart/eft thanks and
Stetson University new president
to each andt'Wf'OOe
BIRTHDAY DATA appreciation Dr. Paul Geren Friday at
who ministered In
Happy birthday this week to any way to our loved one and Deland
Aquarium Supplies Bowers John In loss Mr. Lenssen representedBow
Today-Henry to us our great and
Phillip Barker III.FridayThomas. bereavement.May din College ta Brunswick
Vf Dun- Maine, during a tribute to the
be blessed.
you richly .
new Stetson president by delegates
can. Sr.. Billy Threadfill. Dr.
Wm. Kelley.SaturdayMarie. The Family of from over 235 universities
Nalllier. Clara Bell King and colleges.

TROPICAL FISHTanks5101520 Joann Parrish.
Sunday- Lotus Kendall
Wlllard Tucker.MondayMargie.
Lee BlakeMary .
l>\ El Bross.
Gallon Tuesday-Gladys Taylor.
caifi
Bridget Strickland. Nancy BY THE SEA
ThreadglllN C. II. Cow art !
Heaters Filters Wf'dnf'Sday-Lucy Fuelling 1740 Ocean Shore Blvd. (AlA)

Ralph Massey. Jr. ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDAA
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Ore.kraltI- LunchI IDinner

Best Fish Food SERVICEOIL
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BAKER'SNOTICE 5 & 10

Are Here

301 N. STATE STREET after you see

BUNNELL your doctor. .

bring yourprescription
You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor
or his assistant will be present in the various pre- WE MAKE to ..
cincts on the day and hour shown below for the OUR OWN PAINT ,
purpose of receiving tax returns on Real. Personal Buy Direct-SOTS-Why J JtpftUq
and Intangible Property and applications for Home- For Moro '
stead and other exemptions : QALLO.fa -j ;
3 LATRI1.1sf.tate.b $5
Precinct No. BunneU.. Tax Assessor's Office. Friday. February Pror..ronaIBldg.
16. 1:30 A. M. to 12 Noon. t tII
Gallons 9t1

Precinct No. 4-A-BunnelL Masonic Lodg. Friday. February 2 Outside WhIte :II
IS. 1:30 P. M. to 2:30: P. M. OIL BASE FOR WOOD

Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City Hall. Monday. February Yeoman NationwidePaint

19. ':00 A. M. to 12 Noon. .n ... Ir. ..Factory tOrw..1 -..... A... J
...... 'e ..!SIT CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Precinct No. S-A-Parrot Village. Monday. February 19.

1:30: P. M. to 2:30: P. M. -- -- --- H. c BMC. Funeral Director

Precinct No. 5- pcmo1<, County Polling BuUdinc. Tues JOHN CAPO. Manager
day. February 20. 10:00 A. N. to 11:00 A. M.

Precinct No. 3-A-Korona. WhIte Eagle. Tuesday. February CONDITIONEDCHAPEL AIR I I LADY I EQUIPPED OXYGEN

20. 2:00 P. N. to 3:00 P. N. 1JtI9ffa! ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Community HalL Wednesday.
Phone ID 7-3532
February 21. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
201 E. MOODY BLVD. 1UNWELL FLORIDA
Precinct No. 4-St Johns Park. Community HalL Wsdnes.
day. February 21. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.

The Tax Laws require that file a return on ---- -
you
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Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regardless -
of the amount, before April 1st and I am re-
quired to assess a ten percent penalty upon your YOUR HOME ON TIMECERTIFICATES
501
failure to do so. CALL US TOR_'ST'MAJI' 0 :

All applications for exemption must also be
filed before April 1st The Tax Assessor's Office is HOME INSULATING CO. MINIMUM S3.000. -90 DAYS
open from 8:30 A. M. to 12:00: Noon and 1:00 P. 31. 357 Andrews St Ormond Beach U RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
to 4:30: P. )(. and we will be glad to assist you, if Office 72-0745 Home 2555232FlBERGLAS :

possible. Ph. C77-C17 175 W. Granada
Respectfully, 9 a es.nr+ Ormond Beach Florida' ,...

D. n. MOORE, _

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MeAL SHOWER FETE
4-TMC imauR TWWWE "w-. FEVWA Y L 196$
Kd* HOWARD EMERY

CELEBRATING ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Howard Enwty WM
guest of honor at a mtoMtlaneow -
T bridal shower lt Friday

: evening. sheers by Mrs. H.c .
o Cobb at her home tn .pa.

nola.A
color scheme cureen paid
and yellow wa used tn
the attractive' durations.

f h FOtt HflMn the Mvfln...
The r>fr...imcnt table overlaid .
with a handsome Tare
doth wa eentefed wtth an
artistically decorated cape

topped with wedding ri.....
Refreshments of cake and

punch were served to 35 InvMed -

gueats. Misses Kathy
r ,\ emery and Sharon Patrick'
Pg r ',/r assisted with the servlflf.

Games were enjejed with
\ .. \
prizes won by Mrs A. G.
,- 'D-; y Bradley and Miss Mary Susan

Brannatn.
Out of town guests" were
t
Mrs Evelyn Smedley and )IN.
i race' Smedley. both of Jenes.
r u i \Id.

h\- : _
: f. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
..
'- '; \ FOR EDEE COWART

t f.a t.j ...*., the Edee Cowart. daughter of
Stockholders officers dlrec Citizens Bank of Bunnrl) zr- the Bank's 30th Anniversary < Eunnell Restaurant More Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowart.
Ion and employees\ of the pictured with their guests ai Celebration Saturday night at than 30 attended Haw Creek celebrated her

eighth birthday Saturday afternoon
RETURN FROM CRUISE Mi and Mrs. Floyd Tingleyare Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me- at a party at her
Frank and Florence Sen expecting her sifter and Among those from Sunned Knight and sons of Miami home.

week have returned to their brother In law Mr. and Mrs. attending the Eddy Arnold spent the weekend here with Twenty of Edee's! girlfriends
home at Flagler Beach aftera L C Derrick of Charlotte N. Show at Jacksonville Coliseum his parents County Judge
Joined her for the gala occasion.
cruise to South America via C. to arrive. Saturday for several Friday night were Mr. and and Mrs T. K. McKnlght. .
he Panama Canal. days vUit. Mrs. Gordon Buckles and
Mrs. Cowart served traditional
The couple was honored at children, Carole Hardln, Mrs. Johnny Stanish of Sanford refreshments of cake
a, Bon Voyage party prior to MrCai'OlMko R. Sleety Myl Henry and Myrlene Hen was a visitor, In Bunnell Tuesday and ice cream to the young
their departure given by Mr. Lambert Avenue Flatier ry. favors
guests Party were
and Mrs Alfred Juengling at Beach. Ie visiting with her multicolored ballons.
Flagler Beach Other guests stater and brother in law Mr. Mrs. O. C Lucht who has ATTEND BIRTHDAY
For entertainment Edee's
were Mr and Mrs. Albert Batten and Mrs. Charles II. Platt been staying with her sister
CELEBRATION guests enjoyed rides.
and Mr. and Mrs. Chailvs I Villa Hermosa Hollywood and bro her In law. Mr. and pony
McCabeMr Florida. Mrs. Won Matherly. will leave A group of BunnelHtes were
Friday via plane to return to In St. Augustine Saturday MICHAEL EMERSON

and Mrs. Eddie Van Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. her home In I>focoatur., III. Mrs. night to attend a birthday SNYDER
Lucht arrived last celebration honoring Larry Mr. and Mrs. James C. Snyder -
Coo, Ramsey N J. arrived Raymond Lambert Avenue.Flarler Wednesday:
Sunday for several days visithf'l't' Beirh, nocni itweek to attend the funeral servicesof King given by his wife Millieat St. Johns Park announcethe
her mother Mrs Clara their home in St. Augustine arrival of a son. Michael
with his great grandmother end v i h Mr endIr.. Kmor -
Mrs Susie RiddcU and n vV Raj'mo::d a Mr and Mrs Duane Ocrn water Attending were Charles and Jan =30 at 6:=-> a. m. at
Pat Cowart Jim and Sue Glendale Hospital. Palatka.
Mrs. Elizabeth Sm>the. local
MR. AND MRS. JOHN LEE JAROSZ antique collector and deal Burned and Sammy and He weighed seven pounds
er. recently participated in Molly Bertha. and two ounces at birth.

two antique sale shows Mrs.
Smythe displayed her varied
collection In,a show at Boyne BEN \\r. LACY. JR.. DDS
ton Beach Jan. 15-18 and at
the Museum announces
y Llghtner Antique
Show in k_t. Augustine Jan the opening of an office for the
2M,=->.

PRACTICE OF DENTISTRYAT
Mrs Lucy Dearing. Mrs.
Mary McDonald and Mrs
Charlotte Lutton visited In
Lake City Sunday with Mrs. 706 East Moody Boulevard

button's husband, John, whoIs PROFESSIONAL: ARTS BUILDING
a patient at the Veterans

Hospital.Mrs. OX


Edward Hawkins recently Monday February 5. 1968

t.44. tt t-:- went. to Portsmouth. Va.
via plane to visit her niece
Mrs. Bob Davis. Mrs. Davis returned

to Bunnell with Mrs.
Hawkins and is visiting with, NOTICENotice
her paff'nts.Ir.. and Mrs.

: lt Buck Lovelaace.' is hereby given that a municipal election -

will be held in the City of Bunnell. Florida
Mrs. Helen Sullivan and
Mrs. Leona Knight attendedthe on Tuesday, the 5th day of March A. D. 1968.

Fred Waring Orchestra for the purpose of electing three City Comm

1 performance in at Da)1on8f'am Peabody Auditorium sioners. All persons desiring to have their names

Monday nightCLUB printed upon the official ballot as candidates are

required to pay to the City Clerk of said City

WINNERS with whom he qualifies, a filing fee of five per
ITIOIO fcjr Tnco C Jilts Mrs Walter Mortis was high
centum (5" ) of the annual salary of the office of
scorer when the Finesse
GREEN Andrea Jarosz, sister of the
JAROSZ
Sh.worf' Bridge, Club concluded play City Commissioner of said City on or before 12:00
groom an empire
NUPTIALSPERFORMED gown of pink velveteen. A Thursday evening at the homeof o'clock noon, on the 23rd day of February A. D.
large bow formed her head Mrs. Bess Estes, Hwy A1A. 1968.
Flagler Beach. Mrs Jim
Craig
dress. She carried a bouquetof
Reverend Father Antonio pink and white daisies. was second' high. Notice is further given that the registration

Leon performed a double ring Bridesmaids were Mrs. Eugene The group will meet tonight books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now-
at 8 P. m. at he home of Mrs.
candlelight ceremony Fridayat Hosklns, cousin of the Charles Tonkin 111 Palmetto open for registration of voters to and includingthe
St
Stephens ClthoUeChurt'h. bride, and Miss Carol Waugh.
Ave. Flagler Beach 23rd day. until 12:00 o'clock of February
Bunnell for the wedding They wore long empire gowns noon,
of Miss Edna Christine of aqua colored crepe. Theirhudplf't"t'S LEGAL AO\'ERTI.EJlr.'IT A. D. 1968.s .
Green and John Lee Jarosz. and flowers were'
'ertlt to: Orr OILER
Barbara C.
Smythe Clerk
City
The bride is the of
daughter Identical to that of the maidof To whom It mar concern:
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Green honor. You aro h.r br notified that City of Bunnell, Florida
Marineland. Her Is th.. following motor ..h...l.,
husband Miss Tara Kay Ilosklns, '.al19'. ., 2 IJr. UafMifacturf ,-
the son of Mr. and }Irs.Gfooflf' cousin of the bride, was flower .,. $., Number ske1Ulill6L
A. Jamz BunnelL will. 1MHI4 at public ..I. at I
girl. She wore a floor I ** M. arlork on tho
Escorted by her father, the length gown Identical to the of rvbruarr. 1541. at ?*, NHtal .
bride floor $... BuanelL Florida Th.
wore a length bridesmaids Flagler
gownof and carried a pror.ad. of the rats will b* ap- County Insurance
satin and reembroideredlace basket of daisy petals piled Oral to the payment of tfc*
fashioned with a tiered Michael Misslnne was best <.*o.l.U of of.14 rvtaklnc.motor tortava vrfctrto and and
skirt and scalloped neckline. man. Groomsmen were' Jimmy the coat of kvMlratloM of ntk Inc.
..f ..!. Agency
and then
The fitted waistline was enhanced Akin and Eugene Hosklns. tlnn of lh. kIano to th..attafa.4u* untortk ,
with satin trim and a There was a reception' at nnitrart with Mufiu )t. ItlHr. -
satin bow at the back. A the Bunnell Civic Center Out -< ....US rt.r 74th tit. "ltoan. Uaratno.4aof*. H.MM. All Forms of Insurance
crown of satin and dainty of town guests Included the motor .......... Any .rplotul will
seed pearls l held her shoulder bride's grandparents, Mr. and b. ...M to.tots sod yo will r/- 305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171
maMi Hab4
for oaUn
anr # ra-
length veil of Englfeh Illus Mrs. J. A. Mltrhum, Bessemer -MMfir ttaaoM H.d.r said contra Bunnell Florida 32010
Ion. She carried a cascade of Ala.Irs.. Mark Dunson, **. ,
+..
r 4 Motor Crest (1re.pany
white carnations Jacksonville and Mrs. Fred *W* Woodcock r>rhr.. Li FE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY--BONDS
Maid of honor was Miss Harris. Jacksonville Jack.oni lit*. FlorMa.l .
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REAL ESTATE WANTCDHave -- 5-THC FLALR TBJIVUE FBBBVAKY 1> IMCCWSIFIED

j Imasediale .... Iwreee.
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dlatc ask buyer far .......
ably prtoM |*. s..s r *f
farm or tlnliLilaul CM or QuaMify 1IieMt
ADVERTISINGF.I write J. G Laaset r. Tallahassee WE GIVe: :
Realty Co. P. O. BK METTS .e.
1333 TaUaitassM, Pterids. TOP Prices Good
Feb. 1. 8. 15. a-4c
RATE-4c per ..... Mtete.mcaorao Thvn.. s.t.
per ....u. II.... Male miniature PI...... pep VALUE End ,
for sale. Six weeks' ARC
old
-- -- -- -- SUPER MARKET :
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain r JUfc.f..Q. Tomas Ij.fWM.Af Feban.d1Me2n3ayand
fteM ktalld; ........, Telephone 43B.2136. '8 1.He STAMPS 5. 19G8
mall sttell Reasonable price -- 193 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
POTATO CULL PILES Phone 437-3201
Call Geoff Jerome 4JT-M10
8.1.tI AND LATE BLIGHTSome

horse of the seed potatoes
2 Bedroom unfurnished
shipped into Florida this sea
Flavor Choice
bark of Brsnnam's Greeny. son have been unusually Florida Grade UA" Aged Flavor Aged Choice
Contact Duane Deen. 437-3308,
poor. From the standpoint of CHUCK
f'\'f'ftIoRes. 1..tk the grower, the abnormallylarge FAMILY

FOR SALE-30 Jalousie Win- amount of the disease, FRYERS
dews. $6.00 each. Cabinet for late Might is very serious STEAK STEAK
slide. $7.00; R. C. A. TV Can- Due to the poor quality and
sale needs" work 1000. Large diseased' potatoes shipped Into -
Ma ic Chef Oil Heater $80.00. the Hastings.Bunnell area, ROUND
Tlliie Heater $1000; 3 pieeegeettenal many growers have had to re ;; BONE
living room auto, grade their seed stock In order Lb. 2 9 57 67
..00. Phone 4J9- 17. to get potatoes satisfactory Lb. Lb.

Jan. 11, TIC graded for planting out and The discardedwere potatoes Whole'

MAN OR WOMAN wanted to often piled outside the
supply Rawleigh Products to storage house Where this is
consumers in Flagler County the case these cull piles constitute Flavor Aced Choice Flavor Aced Choice Flavor Aged Choice
or ME Volusia County. Good a very real and serious
time to start No experienceor : source of late Might to the RIB FULL CUT ROUND SIRLOIN
investment necessary See potato crops. Infected potatoesIn T E
or write Peter Rasniussen 180X. the cull pile germinate and STEAK STEAK CLUBlb
Arlington Ave., Defend or sprouts become Inft"C."tfldUh,
THe Rawleigh Dept FU360S15 late Might from Infected tubers lb. lb. $109
Memphis Tenn. In the pile Spores produced 89c 8ge
118. 21. 15 29. 3 7, 5tp. on these sprouts are carried
by air currents to potatoes

or Anyone Mae dressmaking Gurley wanting at 417-3494.please aMeratfeM all growing them.In Thus the, It fields is extremely InfectIng -- FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. for 1.49

important that these pilesof
Jan. 25 :21p.
culled out potatoes be de
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FOR SALE-Desks tables. stroed COUNTRY STYLE PORK Ranger (Smoked) SLAB
Destruction of these cull -
potatoes
card flies cabinets chairs, FRESH PORK
infected with I late
steel shelving clocks copier
blueprint file, air compressor, blight cannot be stressed too BACK BONE STEAKS BACON
strongly since they representan
misc. oilier equipment Lehlfh'
and ...,ioUIIOUrt't' of
early
Portland Cement Co. Phone
lb. lb. lb.
439.243. Jan. 25---4tc. spread of the disease" to pota. 69c S9c 4ge
,_ to fields according to County
Will buy Live Rattlesnakes' Agricultural Agent Don Jor-
Indigo Snakes Coral Snakes dan. Florida Grade "A"
and large Moccasins. Contact
Bob Snakearium. US Miss Anna Maria Grudner
Hwy.Moody's 1, Ormond or Railroad left Thursday to return to her
Bunnell. Phone m.678'l. home in Dallas, Texas after
Ave.,
Feb. 1. Itp. several Bess Estes days at visit North with Flagler Mrs. MED. EGGS 2 DOl.79 i

Used 4 drawer chest $12.O.Jf1T"s \ Beach.
Furniture and Appliances
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kahlertof
Old Dixie Hwy 2 milesS.
Athens, Ca. spent the weekend "
of Korona. Ph. 437-3733. in Bunnell visiting with Limit (2)) Doz. Please
Feb. 1, Itc.
his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Tony
$90. to $100. for your old set Kahlert. i

of COMPTOVS ENCYCLOPEDIAS Visitors at the home of Mr. YOUR CHOICE
on the large 24 volume and Mrs. Bud Henry Sundaywere
new 19G8 COMPTON"S: ENCYCLOPEDIAS Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Henry
Just out. Your and daughter, Lisa Ocoee, SHURflNE Shur6ne
children need this new set of All Grind INSTANT
encyclopedias now to improveand Visiting at Von Bulow
supplement their school Ranch with Bill and Mary (O R)
work. Phone today. Marvin Lenssen and daughter Emily COFFEE COFFEE
Parker 4373236. Itp. are Mary's brother and sisterIn
---- -- --- -. law Mr. and Mrs. Andrew lb. 6 oz.
FOR SALE Three lots located Patalak and son Scotty of Tin 29 Jar 49
near school. Paved streetson Bridgeport Conn.

Lemon and Lambert. Con .., . l ... .. .-
tact 437-3397 Mrs. Luke Feb. Wells.1.8.1S.22-Itc Phone O. F. ALFORD Limit (1) of Jour choice with purchase of $5.00 or more rood order

ROfiStSTOd
FOR REComplf1f'ly furnIshed -
4 room apartment on Real Estate BrokerBunaoU.

the Intracoastal waterway Florida Table Ready Solid THRIFTY ARMOUR j
$7500 a month. Lease. Call
after pm 439.2022 218.2tp- r n .I.r. OLEO BLEACH VEGETOLE
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bedroom fume NOTICECHICKEN
FOR RENT-2

ished porch and apartment carport Weekly Screened or Z pl:...1ge c.11ge 3-ri S7c I ILimit

monthly rates. Phone 437- 2 with purchase of Limit 1 with purchase of ,
3304. Feb. 1. He PANTRYAnnounces $5.00 or more food order Limit (1) Please $5.00 or more food order I

LADIES WANTED-Make up
to $1.68 per hour doing simple New Serving Hours
sewing In your spare time. Bakery Frozen Foods Produce
Write, Jamster Industries Inc.. BREAKFAST 7 to 9 a. m.
100 Ashmun. Sault Ste. Marie DINING: ROOM 4 to 12 p. m. Enrfreah ((20 oz.) Fresh Crisp .

Mich.. Zip 49783. 2-l-8-15-3tc Carry out service at all rimesPhono BREAD, Master Chef LETTUCE,
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FOR RE.'T1 bedroom-- furnished 437-3316 4 Loavel. 95c French Fries, Hdo. 15 eEnrEreah

upstairs apartment. (Relf.) 2 lb. Bag. ...-.. 19 C Fresh Tender
sum monthly water Included.
No pets or children. Stan- HASTINGS MATTRESS BREAD, 951t Pole Beans, 25
e
5 Loaves. Lb
Ish Apartments 106 Railroad. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Sarah Lee

Inquire downstairs apt. after 710.12 Lemon St. Enrlreah Pound Cake BAG (School Boy)
3 Feb 2.8-2tpSF ,
p. m. Palatka Florida Pound Cake, 12 oz. 69 C APPLES,
1ge
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS Phone EA 5-9166 Each 4 Lb. Bat 3ge
LEFT UNCLAIMED F1UJ tur.. UpholUrlag
SEWING MACHINES We Repaired & Rtfinlsbod
have 2. 1968 Dial-O-Matic ZigZags Mattresses & Box Springs 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE
that have never been us Made to Ordor.Also Renovated
ed. They were, Christmas layaways Call Laura Morris 437-3233 TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
never picked up customers After 1:00 P. M. With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
left area. You can PRICES REASONABLE: 3 lb or more $2.00 01' more cosmetic 2 Pan.Ready
have these machines f. the Beef Roast dental
BUDGET PLAN IT NEEDED or supplies Cut.up Fryers
Cashor
each.
balance terms.of $47.00 Phone COLLECT jut as near as your Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

Jacksonville, 363-1946 any thooo or Post Office February 5, 1963 February 5, 1968 February 5, 1968
time. Ask for Credit Manager. Drop Us a Card or Call
Will deliver no obHfation. Free Pickup & Delivery
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g-TSC rXJMLM TMMPNC TMVM. rBMVAftT 1. 1S T DOUBLE L RANCH LOADING FOR FLORIDA STATE FAIRCHAROLAIS

0ft'Ra JIOM'I' twMIIc atMHrhhg tlmsir ...... T SHOWS AT FLORIDA
DwWe L 1IMetI. r
OCT rOOK STATE FAIR r
fee excised with 1'IMMM Land Anita Lens- .M
I Tom and Anita Lumen in- the feasts were Loins and My9trAlk see ownsts of T Double L
vfted a few friends to a feast Gorton and JaIWtVt..I" Rank located on OM Kings _
ot svecuient oysters Sunday_ and Tom Humphries. Head will go to Tamp. Sunday 1 t
where they will enter 13
of tMr. prised bulls... heMer -
In the Ranch Ready Beef
Flagler BeachPLUMBING Anew Kak. et 1M Florida. State

This yr Florida Stale Fair
la Inaugurating a new type
beef breeders show which will
present. animals from Florida rr
commercial ss well as purebred
beef breeders, with special r+
THE WORKING MAN'S PLUMBER" emphasis on herd sires. r
Formerly the show was eentered -
around show MrM. The
Ranch' Ready Beef Show will
Call Us First-Free Estimates compUment the Fair's existIng

fleet Shew. Steer Show and HEIFER ENTRIES
FaMe Beef Contest.
Since Florida is net a
LICENSED PLUMBER-WE GO ANYWHERE
grain producing state and
,
since most of commercial I
ORVILLE CANTERBURY Phone 439-2090 breeders utIIlxforap crops
for putting' the meat on the
tabe. this new show will be
geared to animals In their
"working' dothes". They will
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
not be under or over condi!

107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 tioned. The animals will be
shown In pens so they will
BUNNELL FLORIDA
not have to be halter! broken.
FREE ESTIMATESBAR There are four classes. FirstIs '
two purebred bulls. Lens- H.'I""TLL
BUILT-IN KITCHENS
FIXTURES semi are entering two Angus
r.
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS bulls with an average age of
17 months and average weightof
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS
825 pounds.
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Class two to Four Purebred
BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST BARS Replacement Heifers. The T
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts Double L Ranch will show
four purebred Angus heifers
FINE HARDWOODS with average age of fifteen
Most orders filled wi&ji 15 working days. Mow S.rnnW months and average weightof MAJOR SANDS"
all areas In 75 mils rod. of BunnclL 960 pounds.
Class Three is Four Commercial -
CALL COLLECT DoT 4T7-3S13 Night 439-2573 Replacement Heifers.Lenssens .
EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED will enter four
Charolals replacement heft
ers. Class Four is Purebred
Bull and Pair of Get Lens-
semi are entering Til Major
Sands", a purebred Charolals
NOTICE bull born In July 19G3 and
weighing In at 1807
Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Florida two Charolais cross poundsand helf.
Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the
1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lesseeor ers.Tom Lensurn bought the
Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessmentshall ranch site on Old Kings RoadIn
fill out a prescribed form. late 19GO and moved herein
January 1961 to fir,
begin F M y
+
t
This application pertaining to Florida Statutes building his ranch. The ranch
193.201 is specifically a request for Agricultural is an attractive spread of
Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and planted pasture land in slightly
has no relationship to the County Zoning; for land rolling land. The Lenssenslive
use. on the ranch at the south
end of Old Kings Road.
Property owner must file this applicationeach
year to the County Tax Assessor, between
January first and April first, so that the County ou)-
Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the ap- .

plication for Agricultural classification. SPR'n Sit(

Application forms are available at Tax As

sessor's Office. DONALD R. MOORE is J 1w1 J

Tax Assessor

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W you fall to do ao.wM .... c-,.. this Hk day *,
loge to that which gives oC k- r> tIt .. ....... ,.. January A. p. IMt.
.... Jack Logan, retired self instead of taking ffatnofHtrs. Acs .... ........ .. "- uuohoa X. J40001'

minister residing at Flagier A mutual tow exam*. : of t0.. salt I. a of inojfliUit.boWeS' Ate Tho notoeo ofovH .KOMolal of aMOa

Beach, has announced that ion. to. that which knows haw noisy Md and ...iPkaaq mvosjcEWtTNftlM ha5d and. aoaJ ( floall9f

he plans to organise a Misstoniary to give and receive. 'l! r Coturiy.l of ..-. ft ntr Ifel.rf /./ Clot R Horvor
....... SB .Hl day of/an. BofiMr
Baptist Church' at 9t People are often afraid to i..,.. A. ft; Mdt.GVOMfb. htHM" I. JI M.. MOOfir Jan II. It. M. Ftk. J lie.
Johns Park. He has completeda express. tttemseiws In true M. UOOpT.f MM Ctrvwt
church census of that area Christian love because every t..art Clerk tlM C'how' +It ''t1of LEGAL AO\'ERn..EJI"I':

and found a need for a church time a person reachea' out In (SISAL) (0Mria1I.y /aJwlta) K Harvrrvpvty
After .., JttW R Harvey CWfkJan. atql r-T FOR Stills ron
toe
organization. some mere he leave himself vul pity .
CkrkJan. 2Yob.. 1. .. IS. It*. .rtJTY' 1'.Pt"TIO qur.
preliminary work a meetingwill nerable. This to so because aperson M Ft* I. a. U. Us .t'T

, be called to set the hereby *
up can only be rejectedby ADTERTUEME3ITH t.1CJ.
LEGAL
LEGAL ADVKItTnCMEJrTiv of C a r.e-
framework" for a church program those people to whom" he tan errsoaa PH.lr Co -

there. The church will has extended himself. Therefore rmrfiT OIRT. I*. I N "OI'%TT J I'M:E'. rol'IIT. Ida will roc 4o awolod Wde as'In
Tilt
YLA1.LKR tell:: STY. rlA.RI.It ass A. *..'".." iNS.
be sponsored by Parkview many people only' ptay AVU rOM rLAULIH ( 01'1.TY. : tm the oflteo of the tlorkOkoutt 9r the

Baptist Church of Jacksonville the game of never fully offering KMtHIIIAmil.. ACTION SO. snIHHAU rHOIUTK'OT"'K TU SO..Ht.I.o"flee Court In tkoOfuaty Rat
Courthowoo. h
Logan said.BUNNELL themselves In Christian < > Li HTIT8LTHalntHf. T1C or Florida for tko roMowl..c Safe'

love. L EAANRI ty Inspection BHutommt.Arako :
"*. >. Tester
WSCS ((Same people bNteve that HOSE ANN POD'ISIR MT1THLT.Defendant. ( rake Ioreeiroaneter

love .to being able to express AU. ..MQt N H Ail V I N B A N D M
MEETS WEDNESDAYThe S IPTi('R ('LA Id$ U
themselves in fancy and en- TO: ROM ANN FOONER JTTtTE. AOAlJOrT MAID PINTATET.u tyand Bud portable Uft or wto4edFront ..set End
LTHaetdenco and each of you are h.*.-
tidAl words. Of Jack I IsrEPlYIeATIOSS
Women's Society c' course being Uak.... by notified and required to *V
Christian Service of the First able to audibly express" ones TOU ARE HMRKBT MTIYI- any claim and demand wkMfc
self in an expression' Is Im WI that a Complaint for ......rN you or either of you. may hfvoagainat Brake* 1. A imockaaoral typo
Methodist Church of Bunneil has been lied agaalet you and aatd eetato In tho ottloa brake teeter capable af ,...I1U
will meet Wednesday morn portant. but words alone with. you mr. required to .n. a copy of Hon. T. K. Mcknight. County .11 vehicles weighing 5..*
out an Innermost feeling ofself ..f your answer .r pleading to Judge af Flatter ,".at'i at his pound or I....
In
ing Feb. 7 at 9.00 In the educational tk. complaint to tk PUtatlfr. ortlro In the Court Bun.noil 2 Tho Drake Teeter shall
building. Hostess giving are empty. A test ttontL. AND R tHIAW.I Florida within all calendar nave been In regular productionand

will be Mrs. Leslie Tucker: of Christian love Is in whether O. Sot t" a.ll. Klorlda.nd : first month publication from tho of this limo not of tko... number catalogued by the manufacturer under n symbol forported
ftU the orlslnal answer or
or not an Individual will Hack claim or demand must bo of at least ono year
president pleading la Iko olflr of tkO
dare love. Christianlove In writing and contain the place t. Tho Brako Teeter shall hoof
truly to .
rk of th. C'IrevII Court oa orh.t.re of realdenco and poet office address the
Drlve.On
and ,
Slop typo
FLACLER BEACH is most Important in our tho 17th day of rtkruarrl of tho. claimant and must or Roller type, and thereby .
$. If rail t .o a.. order cap.aklo
you M. bo sworn to by the claimant his af
quickly and accuratelymeaaurlng
world filled with words without
of default will bo taken tbo
agent or attorney or aamo and
WSCS MEETING depth.If I speak in thtttenrUf'S against you for the relief d.- shall bo vo4d.e brako effort of n recording motor vehicle the
.
nianded la tho eompltlatItATBH / Malcolm U Johnson
A filmJapan" will beshown of men and angels.but at UunnrlU Flatter A* Uiecutor of said tinder*. actual Mopping condition

by Mrs. Mildred Sar- have not love, I am a County Florida this Ittk day Eetato 4. The Brako Teeter shall bedealgaed
of January 11as.0HOHOIC. First publication on l-M-Ct to
noisy or a clangingcymbal. adequately wlthetand
geant and Mrs. Lyman Gageat gong M. MOODT.n Iceland B. Shaw the stresses Involved In tho .
con.llauoua
the Beach Women's 1 Corinthians 13:1. .rk Circuit eo.t.n..I. Attorney for Eiecutorl production line of
Flagier typo
>. t4Bunnell.
County. Florida () llos motor vehlelo testing of
of Christian Servk Florida SHI paaeener -
Society (SEAL) vehicle
The Pentacostal Holiness v.... I, t. 11. tic car type motor and
meeting Thursday Feb. 8 at Ay /./ Julia It Harvey Jan n. shall therefore, have a mailmumvehicle
Church of Bunnell will sponsor Deputy Clerk weight capacity of no
9:30 a. m. Hostesses will be chicken dinner the LBIJIND! H. KIIAVV LR AL ADVERTISEMENT I... than ....* pound per ".-
at
Mrs. Harold Blgctow and Mrs. a : I'. O. Hot IHIlunn hlcU end.
Bunnell Civic Center Friday .ll. Florida t The Brako Teeter shall bo
Lester Stanton. Mrs. Bernie 151 Thin riHCfiT rotnT or
llalntlflJan.
>'torny for capable of automatically weighing
Wilson Is In charge of the devotional. February 9th with the public 1$. H, ..... l-l-4te. VLAULKH COCJrTT. FLORI. la pound the brake effortof
invited. II A. each of tho four wheel of a
AD\"ERTUIt.F'I' I. ('_ fur *IStMNAU motor vehicle, recording euckkrako
LEGAL
LEGAL ADVEKTIlEllEirTI E. BUCK. J R.. effort oa n separate Indlcator .
Plaintiff for each wheel when the
FORMER RESIDENT iv Tine rinrrrr ('0\ aT nil'FLA"LtR
THR 'IR'IT TOI'RT. .ETK1TH "I. vehicle I* brought to a stop oa
"LOHI-
Jl IHflAL "'.H( ( IT. I* ( MISTY. PATRICIA ANN BUCK tho machine ky brake appllcnHrake .
EXTENDS INVITATION A*II rOM KLAULKH (-015.TI IIA DefendantS0r1'M Ion.
FLORIDA I. <_ !II.. SS4rtlARUM TO OKKKHII l.........elerBrako
Rev. Ira Horton. pastor of I.111. tO. MIl DltlMOV" H. It&.ESE.I'lalntlft TIlE STATE OK FLORIDA. TO: ecelervmeter. capakl

Tabernacle of God. 4543 Victor ETHEL C. RARER ORAT.riaintirr PATRICIA ANN DUCK of testing all ".hlt'l.. weighingmore
Apt. HI ...
REESE nit ltk Avvnu than !. pound
St. Jacksonville, has extended JHETA J. Han Frane'_. California Iteodllgbt Seater
.. .
an Invitation to his l>rf' ndantnrn You are hereby notlfUd thai t. Tho Headlight Teeter akall
LOUIS MARTIN ORAT.Itefendant. K TO nKKK n a salt has koon BUd. against you kayo koon In regular production
.
friends to attend THE STATE OK riXJRIDA, TO'ORETA
Flagier County In the above entitled caue: and and catalogued under a symbol
'
a special service' February OTIfK or M ITIX J. KEEKB you are hereby required to Alo number by tko manufacturer fora
THE NAME OF TUB STATE S carnation Street of
your answer with tko Cleric pertor Of at one year.
2 at 7:30 p. m. op rumiDA Hounalow this Court and to servo a copy i Tko I'j.ah.tt Teeter shall
TO: LOt'IH MARTIN ORAT"Realdenco Mlddl.... Enstan4To ko of the
Rev. Holton Is a fortMrBunn..n notlftrd that a tkaroof upon tko plalatlff or photo.eleclrle telltypo
hereby
leak aro plaintiff attorney, whoso nan>. and capable of quickly and
resident has been Bird against you
YOU ARE HEREIIT required suit accurately Indicating caadlepowor -
AdJuatabU dials' assist In do.
termlalog klgheat' caadlepoworand
vertlcle and horlaontal beam
aim condltlonot. .
Tho Headlight. Tester shall
bo designed to adequately) with-
stand tk* atreaoea Involved In
tko continuous production lino
typo *f motor vehicle teat Ing.
4. The Headlight Tester shall
bo rapablo of accurately and
almultaneouely Indicating vertlclo -
beam aim horizontal beam
DIazinon aim and candlepower of a vehicle .
Apply headlight. Tho machine shall
, k *o arranged ao to be adjuetaklo .

for control of to lest vertically headlights. and mounted horizontally to
sure height varying from It Inches
to 14 Inches from center lino to
floor level and at any legal
wt<|th.I. .

soil insects in. potatoes .equipped Tho Headlight wltk: optical Teeter sight'lot ahallbo

_....
for locating its korl
ootal ail parallel with tko
and othervegetable center tested ..... of tho vehlelo to be

.. The Headlight Teeter test
head control knob, pointer and
crops.. dial arrangements shall ... graduated
to express both verticaland
horizontal beam aim In.Inchee .
-. at IS feet" of headlight
beam aim.
T. Th. Headlight Teeter shall
either bo constructed to opera ton
a track the base for which
hall consist of steel angle to
i* P."n*..."tly grouted In the

\\'hether you grow potatoes or otKervegetable ) tion of Diazinon within one week of plant ftoo,. The for track solid rail attachment shall baarranged to>

either Diazinon AGSOO the base angle and shall bo ro.movable .
DiuinonIns.. You can use
crops,you an rely on for wear replacement.Jr .

insecticide to deliver the superior kind of emulsifiable solution in a spray, or apply (. the portable base thai model roll wltkMleated aa It a

soil insect control that definitely makes Diazinon 14G granular wjuvan appropri- raided by a track. Bid are rolueeted .
on both model
,
bigger and better yields possible. ate spreader. I. Tho Headlight Teeter shall

effective conSince Diazinon is also effective against tie famished with a calibrating
Diazinon even gives you Hand which when In comblna-

trol of those strains of insects which have a wide range of chewing and Sucking insects Ion with will a standard typo flashlight *
permit accurately cajlratlnr -
become resistant to previously used inset- that attack foliageybu.caa simplify tko macklao to tko floor

ticides. So results are more certain when your total insect control program by applying plo hall_. also Tko bo calibrating rapablo of accu-stand

you use Diazinon against cutworms, mole Diazinon foliar sprays during: flic se son. sighting rarely calibrating meana.'root the optical

crickets, and wireworms. ForsureinsectcontrolorderDiazinonWhat's Jerk. Had Lilt oe ...... Sad
-
more, Diazinon delivers longtoday.. :. ; Tho lift or Jack mot be rap-
AgriculturalCferjtfcals t Division .bio of lifting the front end of
lasting control without creating residue Ceigy ..'._11".. aid heavy dutyPrice

problems in the crop you treat, or in succeeding of Geigy Chemical Corporat, Saw. ,,_il..* to he FOB Runaell. installed .

crops. Just follow the simple diMill River Road, Ardsley, New,Yor at selected location at
.
1 Jaunty Mtockado.Tbo
rections on the I label. Rates are low application e Board reaerve the right
G' IgyCenerally .. purchase ail the equipment 1
is easy. from ono supplier or each Item
can control most soil c-woaOlO-C.-UOI---- individually.Tho .
you
Board reserves the right I
insects by disking in a broadcast applica ,, tDWC:118 Piazi&on' a. tko Interests of tko Couaty J
nary require, to reject any or art
.t', ''g9b teloi. bids and to waive any Inform J
arltls.J"'t bids :1t"n.rW.
,, thIs
hind day of January I HI.C .

H. COWART. Chairman
Hoard of County C mml*.
eloner of Dagfer County

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T MEET HEB C.**.. Local members will rIBIt ST.luitfiHI. AOAWHEEl TtHHWAMBKT snae

The .... Chapter of Delta W tJ I1II1UI If1l9I. l Vanity esgem wok roll ST. AM.IflffE
Kappa Gamma Teacher Sorority Mr* H. H. Murray to Clone aa fIlM) victory ewer ftt Aug.tustine The ftxaibol oonteewtee bast'
' will haw their regular ponding Secretary and Mn .here Friday. fry. 98 t* tournament to tHe place
luncheon meeting Saturday. J T. Hargett Is Recording Sec. OfCC DOLT TOURNAMENT 54 ..... The AncftMt City to the newly termed Northoaat -
I Fvo 3 at the Bunnell Civic irtary WHINERS bates weft the ....... "cVVCnA* Florida Highaohol Girt
; Ocean Palm Country Club ttrpwt km Deoewtber aM tM (lroti.,+'4'fto.4. .has Won sehad.
I 18 .hole medal play tournament each. at .latest. appeared to vied for Feorvary 15-17. at the
FRI FEB. 2 !MON. FED 5 was won Ky. 9M K>V.y he taken hack ay the MW Settle Gym of 9t AitffMotine'
seen tit Bowwell Vanity Deaf
thru of FtagJer Bea..... E ioy wenSaturday's nortd School for the
I tournament with a showed Oft the tI8Wt. and B4md.Tvumament.
l JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM net 72. lay Keats led the sesrMK draw pits the
In a nine hole Mind baggy with 13 points Close behind foifewtnc school against each
tournament Saturday' Magi" were Bebby Nelson Dave Robe other hi the first round of
Abraham won with a net :34. gM9ft and Joe hNM. play: St. Augustine High and
The Bttftnril Jayvees' tot to Clay County High; St. JosephAcademy
I CARVER JR. HIGH DKT. St Augustine 37 to 29. Bobby (!t. Augustine and
ev09ftt a tan high It"I8riAC g Orange Park: Florida School
CONFERENCE CHAMPS WIN Junior Lager had been IIIeYH for the Deaf and Bunnell
O Carver Junior High. dMrict ue to the Vanity team and High; and Hastings High andTaylor
basketball champion, racked the Jayvees missed his. M'er'' High (Ptenont. All
t.
4 up another win Wednesdaynight lag Impact four initial-round game. will
"77* In a game with Dwnoar be played on Thursday. February
... 'JWU .,. ..
? Junior High Green Cove CARVER GAMES 15 with first game due
Spring The eager played In to get' underway at 3:30: p. m.
ARNUMBAIIEY the Carver gym and won :54- Monday night Coach Biaekshear's Sreend round, semi-finals.. I Is
41 High pointer. were lame. Junior High boy teat set for Friday evening witha
Glddem and Edward Murphy hy two point to Central Academy consolation game and the
The Carver Junior High of Palatka. The seeR was final scheduled for Saturday
'arms team also won over the 71-89. The atria scored another evening.
Ounbar gkt 37.18 In a game win by defeating the Central Member of the Southern
Wednesday night girl :3116. Association of Basketball Official
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*, Jacksonville, have been
chosen to officiate the conference

HONDA & KAWASAKISALES Denson.tournament Haines Cunningham with Duke

and Norman Martin listed
as
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SERVICE RENTALS first choices.
Current standing in the
I HUGE SELECTIONOF conference are: (1) Clay High.
PARTS ANDACCESSORIES 9-0; (21 Bunnell High 8.1:
All SEATS RESERVED PERFORMANCES
43)) 5.2 <4Orange >
Taylor High ;
$2.00l.00.00 (Tn I )
M* F." 2 4n' a tat MI*
tot.. f... I IB JO ..... Park High 4.2; (5'>
SAVE SI.OO I U9 a 1.11 .... HOP UP JOBS St Augustine Nigh 3-6; (6))
SMC ,.*. 4 J.-OO a <;00.... HI-FI PAINT St Joseph Academy. 2-5; (11
ram kU ...s.tlM .+.., ,... I 4:'J* a 1.11 ..... JOBS Florida School for the Deaf
: re : ..... .... AHIY'TIKm .' '
!*.* M b Mtt. ; ,: .c .1P 2-6; and Hasting 08.
'J.l' Factory Trained

NOW ON SALE! .:A Mechanic Day BUNKELL GIRLS
HEMMING PARK JACKSONVILLE AUDITORIUM Service WIN TUESDAYThe

GOOD SEATS JACKSONVILLE AVAILABLE COLISEUM AT COLISEUMBOX BIKES & CYCLES CO. Girl Cagers Bunnell took High an easy School victory

OFFICE AS LATE AS SHOW TIME 112 N. BEACH 2SS-1424 DAYTONA BEACH from Keystone Height
Tuesday night by a sere of
40 to 28. Lula Jones scored 16
points and Jeanne Hlggtnboth-
am played' a good defensive

[LJM J game.The Keystone Heights girls

Now will game come Saturday to Bunnell night. for a


lOTS GAMES CANCELLEDThe


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Impala in schools there. These
game will be rescheduled.TAYLOR .

HIGH GIRLS

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*the Impala Sport Coupe (foreground), roomy 4-Door Sedan,twoor thre -sat Impala Wagon. Taylor High in a game played
in Picrson on January 27.
The final score was 45-10.

LL t BUNNELL PTAEXECUTIVE MEET

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MONDAY FEB. S
4 4y
The Bunnell PTA ExecutiveCommittee "
will meet Monday,
February 5 at 7:30 p. m. in
the principal's office at Bun
nell High School.
Plans for the Parent Teachers
Association meeting Monday
February 12 will be dis
cussed.
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