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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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FIVE RESIGNATIONSAT Alice R. Johnston BUNNELL FLAGLER BEACH PAVINGVrv K/krco Polo Park

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FLAGLER BEACH
Passed -' ... Executive
Resignations from one City Away ...r r ..I'5,... (,.... .. SpeaksTo
Oammtsstoner and few ettyesftftoyees :
Mon. Afternoon Bunnell Lions
were t i>4md at

the regular commission meeting Mrs Alice R. Johnston fIT Jack White president el

Thursday night The written 1068 E. Moody Blvd., BwwHI. Marco Polo Pnrfc Inc. Dys

resignation' of City Coin passed away Monday after na vpscit. was guestthe speaker -
tnMfcM+r Willie S. HOTtemcHUtg noon at Bunnell GewMl Hes- at the Bwawell Lions Ctwhhtncheentweetkrg

health and personal pttaL Tuesday M

rss ms was read and awpt- Barn in St. Lout, Mo, she Bunnell Civic c..Mf.
ed with deepest regrets fernmissfoner lived In Bunnell until 19M White told the Lists the

Harrison and McDowell when she and her husband.the drainage and clearing wrkunderway

were not present. late I ham Johnston moved p a t the SflflO acre

Kes Gumee. fourth high to Daytona Beach. They site of a proposed S12 mlH-
man on the Tuesday* ballot built Johnston's Coffee Shopin Ion dollar aItrseon InFlagler

was nominated at \!* request 1940 at Daytooa Beaeh. Vehssia eeuwtke

'of Commission*-aIr. They operated the coffee was nearly' eornpktnL White

man Floyd Collins who placed shop until 1950 when they also said "We are awaiting

a high third in the city seW the business and moved the eteverleaf t'Vt.eff design

election. Gurnee will fill out baek to Bunnell. MM. John- for the interchange" ac later-

the unexpired term 'of about Men a realtor, owned and operated Mate 96 and Old Dixie Highways \ -

thirteen months. He was a real estate 'office at TAX COLLECTIONS CITY STREETS from the State Read Department
worn in immediately by Ffctfiler Beach from 1950 until J before starring construction
Helen Nolle, City (Berk. shortly before her death. She SHOW DECREASEFlagler BEING PAVED He stated an entrance

John Lalng. Chief 'of Police: was a member of the Bunnell County's gasoline' Through the Joint effort read four V S. Hwy No.'
Irene' MasemojcfCustodian) First Methodist Church. tax 1 leading to the park located
and sales collections for of the Cities 'of Flagler. Beach
R. R. Mo by. CRy'Jttdce; and Mrs. Johnston Is survivedby between National Gardens
February dropped below the and Buanell the Board of
Franklin D. Clark garbage one son, Donald R Moore, January cwllectlonnGasoline County CommIssIoners and and Korona U also planned.
collector, all submitted their White outlined the
three grandchildren; DonaldR. park
collections In Feb- State Road Department, over
resignations which were ac Moore Jr., William F.. and plans and showed sUdes 'of
uary were $3. 8T99 less than 100 blocks of city streets are
cepted. Judge Mosby statedhe Anita Ann. all of Runnel}, last month. The Februarycollections being paved this w"k.Thto the various attractions planned .
resigned In 'order that the for the giant venture. He
Funeral services werenrld { $
mounted to $! paving In Flagler
, new commission' would havean :: # said park officials were planning
at 2:00 pT n4f Wednesday :CS.22JOff1*.& gallons sold' Beach was In Venire Park.
opportunity to' select a MHhod&fChurthlnBunnell. to have the" park
the First. wh1db-u bolo the SBS.1..V Hlllcrest and several one and open
municipal Judge of their own :.The' Rev! CHjm{ Tay, 21 collected In January Compared ; two' block streets connecting by January 1969.
choosing. of"U hrch"of Lions president P. A. Ed.
lot pastor
to' the February 1967 Highway AlA and Central
ficiated. Interment was in collections, which totaled Ave. monson presided.

Espanolt Cemetery ST8.3G3.73.: ;:$he Frttwrr !Wcollections In Buanell thestrHta btIncpa.t'd Guests were Rev Robert
Active pallbearers were ). Jenkins, Robert Miller. George
Here S5.'PS.I5'",ku. included several In the
c B. Johnston' Carlton John" Newton, Mrs. Frances Bdmon-
., ales tajCcaUectfccs for thecounty Bunnetl Housing Project and
Dan son, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Me-
stun Walton Johnston ) also 'showed a de. the old Flagler Beach Road
Johnston J B. PHIk-rr and creaser February sales- tax running between' the Jail. and Daniel Dkk Costette WaltSberhardfnffer.

W. W. f>tolon. Honorary pallbearers collections amounted to $10. the city water works. The Paul Barge,

were Milton PeUieer, 098.41 which hi $7.- leas driveway to the county Jail WHHe Harrison, John Lain*,
WyHe Thompson! Zeke ('hat.f .
Claude Pellicer, Hubert PelU-
\!han last month's collections was paved.
cer, Herschel PelUcer: Curtis r Keene Gurnee and Reed
1 :The February 19G8jj.Ie tax
Holland.: Streets to be paved are x- Atkinson.
Deen Zach UTTT
collections wererSW84? less .
d. tested by ndty. QMmni.-
Cook. Jeff CockreU and C. J, t
than the February 1967 col
ton, approved and submittedby
Spencer CALENDAROF
lotions.MR. the County Board as part
.. .
". of Hs Secondary Road Pro EVENTS
Today March MVFWfAuxiliary
PERRITTS gram. The Slate Road Department
meets at the VFW
TAX'ATEBSMEET calls for bids and pays
Clubhouse W. Moody Blvd..
FATHER DIES
for the city street' paving out
MARCH IS Buftflell.
of funds set aside for Flagter
The Flagler Beach Taxpayers IN JACKSONVILLE County Secondary Road UDC meets at 3 p. m. at the
program.
Association will meet home 'of Mrs. Eugene Knight,
Josiah Perritt. !fT of
Henry These" funds are designated
Monday. Mar. 18 at 7:30 p. m. Haw Creek.
Jaeksonvlvllle' "
passed away by the Legislature as
in the Municipal Recreation February 29 .... a Jacksonville part of state .gas tax rellectlons. Sunday March IT Saint
Hall to' adopt bylaws and Patricks Day.
appoint
hospital.! He was the father of .
a nominating committee. Monday, Match 18-The
.. J D. Perritt of Flagler
Bunnell city Commissionmeets
GOV KIRK MEETS Beach. REGISTRATION
Officers will be elected at Born in Climax. Ga. he resided HOURS FORFLACLEB 7:30 p. m.
INDUSTRIALCOMMITIEE the next regular meeting date at Vero Broeh 30 years The American Legion will
which will be announcedlater. before moving to Jacksonville.He BEACH meet at 7 p. m. at the Bunnell

was a member of the Supervisor of Elections Civic Center for the "Daily
Governor Claude Kirk held All members are urged to First Baptist Church ''Of'HO Mary Smith will be at the Bird' dinner and business
Volusla-Flagler' Day yesterday
attend Monday night's meet Beach. Flagler Beach Municipal Hall meeting.
and was host to' an Industrial ing. Survivors Include four sons, Monday. March 18 and Monday Tuesday. March 19 Bunnell

committee from Flag J. D. Perritt. Flagler Beach; March 25 from 9 a. m. Lodge No.' 200 F A M will
let County at a two' county Bowen If. Perritt. Jacksonville until 4:30: p. m. for the purpose meet at 8 p. m. at the MasonicTemple.
luncheon held at the Daytona
of registering voters.
.
; Joe J. Perritt. Vero
Plaza Hotel. SCHOOL BOARD Beach and William H. Per To be eligible to vote In the The Senior Citizens meet In

The event was coordinatedby REJECTS GYM BIDSThe rift Daytona Beach; two May primaries residents mUtt the Flight Beach RecreationHall.
the Florida' Development be registered.The .
School Board opened' daughters, )Ira. Agnes P. Ax-
Commission and State Attorney five bids for re-roofing the son. la'ksonvtlle.nd Mrs. registration books will Boy Scout Troop 496 meet

J. Grezik. Daytona Beach gymnasium at Bunnell High Wilbur F. Schilling. Orlando; close April 6, Mrs. Smith said. ing.Wednesday

Both Governor Kirk and FlorIda School during their regular nine grandchildren and 21 March :20-Boy

Development Commission meeting on Tuesday. great-grandchildren. WOMAN'S CLUB Scout Troop 472 meeting.
Chairman Milton Weir were Graveside funeral services TO SPONSOR
After a reading of the bids
speakers at the luncheon' : EASTERN STARINSTALLATION
were held March 3 at Crest-
RED CROSS
Superintendent Coy G. Harris
While In Governor DRIVE
Daytona lawn Cemetery in Vero Beach Mrs Jasper ." .
recommended' that all bids be
Kirk visited Daytona Beach with the Rev. T. O. Baldwin Vernon Halnes have been SAT. MARCH U
Junior CoIlf'Eec.n al Electric rejected since specifications officiating. Chapter No. 93 Order of
named cochairman of the
did not Include a felt appliesion -
Emory-Riddle Aeronautical Eastern Star will have In
Red Cross
School and dedicated new to dry-In the roof before Flagler County stallatlon' of 'officers Satur.

city hall of South Daytona.A installing the shingles to' the SMALL CLAIMS COURT Drive let Woman's sponsored Club.by the Mrs.Flag Victor day March 16 at 8 p. m. at I

group of eight Flagler root.Bids the Masonic Temple.
Buckles will assist with
Judge Cora Buckles announced
were rejected by action
County businessmen attendedthe Installing 'officers will be
bid that she had dispositions the drive.
of the Board. New
luncheon.' Mrs. Lethle Deland
Scott.
;
filed In President Lyndon B. Johnson
requests will be advertised to on seven cases
Lillian WhiWn De.
Mrs
Small Claims Court Six cases has proclaimed March as on.
be returnable on Tuesday, .
INJURED IN land; and Mrs. Martha Mercer.
April 2nd.BUNNELL. were settled prior to comingto Red Cross Month.
ACCIDENTHenry trial In the seventh case The nationwide drive for Bunnell.
MIkulka Bunnell. Judgment of Default was entered funds for the Red Cross will Ray Mercer will be organist

had both legs broken In an against Frances ArnoldIn be geared to the theme of
accident Monday morning GENERAL favor 'of Land 'n Sea Fash- "SOS-Support Our Service- SENIOR CITIZENS

while working at Rayonier, LOW FOR INDIGENTS Ions. men" and the slogan' "HelpUs MEET TUESDAYThe

Inc. Bunnell General Hospital Help". The Woman's Club Flagler Senior Citizens

Mikulka was attempting to patient cost per day for Indigent Is conducting a month long' Club will meet Tuesday, I I
start a truck when the vehicle cases Is S24J3 accordIng TIDE TABLE campaign for funds, and the March 19 In Community Hall

moved forward and push to a recent report released For March 14-20 drive will be sometime this of the Municipal, Building

ed him Into a work bench. by Welfare Coordinator HIGH LOW month according to Mrs. Flagler Beach.

Julia Vlnson. Day A-M. P-iL AAL PAL White. There will be a potluck supper .
FORMER RESIDENT Rates released on other 14 8:00 8:18: 1:30 1:54 The Woman's dub members starting at 6 o'clock.11..

MARINE HERO nearby hospitals were as follows 15 8:42 9.00; 2:18 2:36 joining the nationwide lows are welcome and are

Marine Pet "N.rSpl r : Halifax S41S7; South- 16 9:24 9:48: 3:06: 3:18: drive, are asking Individual asked to bring a covered dish
has been recommended for east Volusia. 434t; West Vo- 17 10:12 10:36 3:54 4:06 supporters each to make an and table service. The dub

the Silver Star for braveryand lusla Memorial. S4157; Fish. 18 11:00 1130 4:42 4:54: additional contribution so furnishes coffee, according to

gallantry and the Navy DeLand. $38.89 and Seminole, 19 11:54 11:59 5:42 5:48 that they can raise $1000 to' publicity chairman Walter
Cnms. S4240. 20 12:30 12:54 6:42 6:54 meet their goal CreaJ.





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EDITORIALSOME NEW TALENT- --- -- !



Five elections aw one of the' greatest. privileges any people U. S. D. A Choice "STANDING"
In the wartd ran ...Jat'. And we are one of the few countries
tt "'I"'w"" elections By free, we mean tat every re*.
MM ha the right to qualify for oillee and campaign as he sees 79
fit. Every ruiitnt has the right to vote a secret balk without .
any tear or coercion.! And. we do not have to be concerned about
whether or not our ballots will be counted. properly
U. S. D. A CHOICE
By, this prow**. Plagfer Beach has elected two new cit:>
comes' and Runnel reflected two incumbents and one
new s+----'-'- lb. 89
Ruins Miller Is an oM-ume resident of Flagler Beach He
comes from one of the pioneer families. He la retired from the

U. & Navy and the I'. S Post Oil ce. He has exhibited interest. Lean Western "CHOICE BEEF"
in public affairs many year He has run for county commit
atone and state representative on the Republican ticket: Milleris .
o4pofcen and will probably nuke a few political enemies lb. 49Lean
alone the .ay. hut you will know where he stands. He is aggressive
: he will work hard; and he will work and promote

Flafier Beac
Hubert rVUteer is a newcomer to politics. However, both
sides of his family are pioneer residents that have produced several Western Streak O'Lean
prominent .leaders in Flagler County. PeJHcer is young and
his success as an electrical supervisor gives promise of his being SPARE RIBS WHITE BACONlb.
an active commissioner for Bunnell. He led an aggressivecampaign

giving the impression that he really wants to serve. 59C lb. 39CFresh
Max Porte has been a continuous resident of Flagler Beach
for 17 years He came from Detroit where he was a foreman

with General Motors. During the time he has been In Flagler Florida Grade 'A" (4-7 lb. Avg.)
Beach he has built 20 houses. Porte has recently been honoredby
being elected Counselor, the highest lay office, in the Catholic
Church. He led an energetic campaign and gives promiseof
39C
Beach.As much energy that can be expended for the good of Flagler Baking Hens lb.>

the result of a recent resignation on the Flagler Beach
City Commission. Keene Gumee was duly appointed by the remaining
commissioners to fill out the one year term. lie was
fourth high man on the seven. man ticket. Gumee, semi- I MEAT LOAF G. C's Own 3 lb. Loaf
retired. Is manager of a I local service station. He was owner of OVEN READY $1891 I IC.
several businesses' before moving to Flagler County 24 years
ago. lie has Indicated his Interest in local affairs by paridpat-
ing in the Flagler Beach Lions Club and Flagler Chamber of .. Red No. 303 Can

Commerce.All these. men have a desire to serve their communities. Weowe TOMATOES 6For 5-tfOO BOLD DETERGENT

it to ourselves as well as to the newly elected commissioners
to give them a chance to see what they can do to put O'Sage No. 2V, Can
our two cities forward. Nothing could discourage them more For GIANT 49c
PEACHES 3 89C
than to have our citizenry Immediately search out points to SIZE
ridicule and belabor them. Let's get the best we can out of them
John A. Gegg Lyke's 15 oz Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

BEEF STEW 3 For shoo
and they conducted raids on
the English coast It was durIng -
Too Late one of these' expeditions Martha White Joe Crain Grade itA"
that young Patrick, then only QUICK GRITS I:!
To Classify 16 was taken prisoner and ;jI gee 19 e MEDIUM EGGS
carried back to Ireland as a
slave. Ritz (Ass't. Flavors) No Deposit

While.T to Russell the best Ken-of my Although a rough and rugged Soft DRINKS (Carton.of 6 49C 2 69
Do '
knowledge I have no ancestors figure of a man Patrickwas 12 oz Size) =.
of Irish descent, from my possessed of a burnlncCJtriMf.an
earliest childhood I have understood faith and an iron .. Limit 2 Dozen Please
that March 17 Is an will that made him a giant SWIFTS JEWELSHORTENING
important date. among men. When opportunity
Without knowing Just whyI presented itself. he escaped -
have participated In St. Patrkk's and managed to reach the FROZEN FOODS -
Day parades, made it coast of France Here he began
a point to wear somethinggreen preparing himself to become 3 39c Frosty Acres "CHOPPED"
in honor of a salntty{ a missionary so that he COLLARD-
gentleman accepting with. could return to the Ireland he Mustard f"DllMO em 10oz
out question that he was responsible had learned to love even as a Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Turnip UKlEno25pkgs.259C!
for driving the slate, and to battle for the
snakes from the Emerald Isle souls of the rustics whom he Banquet SLICED (with Gravy)
had lived with as a slave. BEEF
and
accomplished numerous FRESH PRODUCE
other exploits. Wt'll1"fS4'd" In the Bible, he OR TURKEY Jc 29CPillsbury's
took several religious orders
Unlike Virginia, who developed I lb. Cello BagCARROTS
doubts about Santa and was dispatched to Ireland -

Claus I never questioned the mission.to establish a Christian Z For 29c (Plain or S. R.)
existence of St. Patrick, al.
actual His zeal was unabated He
though my knowledgeof
Snowy White (Large Head) FLOUR
him was practically nil.Now. established many churchesand
thanks to an article was constantly at conflict CAULIFLOWER Each
In the current issue of the with the Druids, who at that 39c lb.
Reader's Digest I have at last time controlled and ruled the 5 Bar 39e
gained some authentic facts country, keeping the people in California Sunkiit
that should make my celebration poverty and Ignorance. Wherever LEMONS D" Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
of St. Patrick's Day he went he made ron 39c
more meaningful.To \erts and trained priests from .
start with St. Patrick was among his following.Born .
not an Irishman. He was a storytellers, the Irish
Roman. His real name was have embroidered" their scanty
PatrieitM Magonua Sucatus. knowledge I of their Saint's
He was born of British par- career. They credited him with
rats, about the year :3H5. countless. exploits that history -
probably somewhere near falls to ft"rord.1theY 1 '
the Severn Estuary on England Ireland was never known to Ii1'IffI' g
a west coast. Although have any snakes they contended !HI I I
Christianized. England that St. Patrick had
Mill lay within the borders driven them out. They credited I Ill
of the crumbling Roman him with using the beloved (
Empire, and Patrick grew upa shamrock' to Illustrate the (
Christian and Roman citizen. doctrine of the Trinity and OPEN SUNDAYS ( Phone 4373227US.

molded" him in their minds 8:00 a-rru-1:00 p.m. ( ( No. 1 B U N N ELL
The Irish had remained unconquered and hearts as the symbol of
by the Romans Ireland itself Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good March 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19, 1968







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About OurServicemen to Mary tot I
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Mrs. Alice Ilyitaeffistr was 22-0. TvaoAay afternoon the OHCHU'
welcomed M a ttsw w..... iaaaeil baseball team J**m-
at the If.. IiMra"s I 1 Iasstt111p tq Green Cow Jprla.s. TOURNAMENTSATBRSAY
TuesdayBHS mornht..
Petty Ofltoer Randy Hodges.US With the help ., the OMMty
: Navy, spent the weekend TOURNAMENT Rood Department a boseoellBfflV A nine-hole mwdotgotf $ay
at FUgtor ... with Ms wife PLANNED FOR PLAYS M being prepared tMV the tournament will pi feeder .
Karen. Randy .. att.ndingpho4.lraph.rs playground' Just east of the way Saturday msrnIu. at
school at Pensacote. WOMEN GOLFERS BASEBALLFor school plant. When the Reid Ocean Palm Country .,...
Is completed' I games will beplayed The' tournament is open to
Ocean Palm Country Chub the ant dine ScFnmteilHlph
( CO W........ on a home to home f'WfI&M'.
Golf AIM. mmbers School has ReWed
a
....... Games
are usuallyscheduled A WiN be..wM .tw aIM
Pvt. Boyd Robertson. US Have planned a three-day baseball ,..1ft. M vveuI4 be
ArMY, left JPwflrPitjr via JfWBHf/t tournament for Mar. 27-39. expected, the scores of the Rest for 4 o'clock on scheduled. according to pea
Tuesday Friday Ron
or Saturday Nkol.
to return" to Fort Leonard i Qualifying date for the RIfe games against St. Augustineand
Wood. Mo. after spending the hole" handicap tournament M 1 DeLand experienced nines
weekend !here with his parents Tuesday Mar. 19 aerardtag were not In favor of Bunnell.
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell I IRohH1MfL to Dot Read, reporter. Bunnell lost the flrst gameto CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

Winner In Tuesdays ClassA St. Augustine by 9.0. In the
(-0') play at OfCC was Ann Eb- second game of the series H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
In a letter we' received' from ling. Julie Taylor won the Bunnell lost to DeLand by
Set 1st Class Robert Mood)'. --- --- JOHN CAPO. Manogtr
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Fort Monroe. Va. he saki The CARVER RUNNER-UP CONFERENCE CHAMPS AIR (
OXYGEN
the news i I
certainly enjoyed LADY
from home". Robert said he CONDITIONED I EQUIPPED
was receiving a Tribune each t CHAPEL I ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES
week and wondered U It was
complimentary' or If someone Phone ID 7-3532
had sent him a subscription
In his name Me said he particularly 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL.' FLORIDA I
enjoyed this column
Robert and his family planto
spend their vacation in
Bunnell this summer and
plan to stop by the Tribune after
you see
for a visit.

(.0.) your doctor. .
Hazel L Edwards 19. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edwards .
Sr., Bunnell. was promoted l h bring yourprescription
to Army sergeant Feb to
20 while as an Infantryman
In Company A, 1st Battalionof i.
the 4th Infantry Division's22d -
'
Infantry near Plelku.
Vietnam. ,

(.0'. The Carver Junior High basketball team ended their seasonas
Professional .
NATSPICER t runner-up tournament champions and conference' champions.
MARINE HERO ]Pictured above is the Carver team with Coach Herbert Black
A former resident Pvt. shear (center*.
Johnathan "Nat" Splcer. 19
son of Mr. and Mrs. William -
Splcer of )Miami was seriously
wounded, at the Sanh. Vietnam
according to a report
received.
Pvt. Splcer. serving as Ma.
tine medical corpsman was,
hit while' helping woundedonto

shelling.The helicopter a. medical during evacuation enemy NOW! CHEVROLET


young Marine was hit
In the heart, face and legs.
lie underwent" open heart sure AIIMRURYr
era gery' In an underground bunk.

He was clinically dead according
to the report, but doc
tors removed a piece' of shrap
nel from his heart in a remarkable

his life.operation that saved TRUCK SALE !

Pvt. Spicer lived in Bunnell'
from 19591963. while his fath
er. Rev Splcer was pastor of
the Bunnell Methcdist Church.
lie attended Bunnell High
School.
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Walter Townsend, stationedat
the U. S. Navy Nuclear
Power School Vallejo California .
writes that he is snowed .
under with studies' since k ka kdes
he started the second half of L tLLwww ;
his nuclear submarine school
course Walter says he is gladto -
get the news from The Tribune -i r.x -
even though It takes 1
the paper a week to get to
Rr'r _y f.rK >'
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servicemen whose addresses
have been submitted to us. save on 1/2-t0tl FiMtsMt picku. **! save on 1/2-. CJIefJ.YIRII

We are happy to send the Buy now for special....savings on a F1H1a" pec/a/ ,./. savings on It-10ft CAeryVans .
home town news to our boys, -- side Job Tamer like the one shown above. equipped with big 29G cu.-In. SIx .n-
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COLLECTIONIL 'ti glass,air conditioning and radio. There's never been a better time to buy!

R. Bunt Flagler Beach,
clus -=
was chairman of the Tomoka
Gem and Mineral Society's Full coN spring rida. "job-IAUoreci pow<<. Tough. ......lctecl unitUed body-frame de
exhibit at the Hobby Show at doubla>str ng construction, functional sign big 4...* cargo doors. easy-rUIng
Daytona Beach last week." The n truck styling.Gtl mora pickup,mora equiptapered leaf springs aasy-handflng baft !
elaborate exhibit received the mint at special saving now! gear steering.Gat more dalhrtry van valutl '
highest display award" at the

show Mr. Hunt Is chairmanof of See yaw CftevrGfe! Mrir lee fititfM JUMhrsrsarir savtois iww

the board of directors -.-............... ...-..
Tomoka SocIety.
Included in the exhibit was
Mr. Hunt's vast collection' of
rocks minerals and prized ..-sass

gems.Mr.. Hunt will, lecture' on HALL-TUMLIN t
CHEVROLET COMPANY
minerals and display his collection -
March 28 to members

of the Daytona Beach Wom 200 s. STATE BUNNELL FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131
an' Club.




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c ooo Ili.or ,"""
arod" rhea
t; lUtGLZS TlHWHfi TH&WL MAHCH 14. MM LEGGETT WRIGHT 1St".A Ir.4.4s.7ba S .II.t"...oae...r ,' ellI the cIa' ole "'1..,..*. s0a It
.b. ..... ** lba.e-
SaUS = ...l 1f.y.t:1 SM.
WEDDING
EDWARD BROSS TBB .. ss.a to .... :. .....
MR. AND MRS. JAMES Miss KatfMtine Jane Wftftt.dautMw 1e .......... ... ... .......... ... J............ :

fit Mr. and )In. 11A1alf U0'' .......... iwrsal.r, sub lltrtMrsa. ,.... ... ..,.
..........
Jacksonvtlle to tlM Oltjr ("I .r P O.Trwek" 054 ta.y EM .........
Wilbur
H c. Wright. Bo. 7M.Mriio4l ...... PlsdSs ..... pad .red that tho ... IeIM
WM married to StephtnLawrence "RN .a i....., Mty ......... M .....
J.rtn..- V.a-Tpp. TWrtvht "'I'. atertom of the .....t.f-ai
Lotct"t. ,.__.......... -noe tdM .t IL Savrlal ..I..U1.
vile sea of Mr and Mrs. Cal toM ..}et Md. on May It!'.
vin M. Lefjsjett. Ill S. **. 9L.Flatter to aee.SS w--.II.: /M MOW TMMKPOttH. I TOM
,....... wm .. for tlM boa
A PAW*. "", -,.larT of Mgta+ of
Beach, at the North l...... .T tae ("1ty of .....1.. the Plato of Florida .. iatafcjlv
Jacksonville Baptist Otwtfc. irrHhsM soda that a ....... .....
F 1 b11B The Rev. Harold F. Green officiated. tlsli MIT hMHirtol d. lion will .. bold I* ..... CfcwftyIn
lit dor Florid oo tIM **vo th dky
A. a of $ INS for the rittjUiMiiior
Mwttod s. ..,..,. Mao
JokMMooolMlloo.
ViVn__ of tb* oaM
The bride wore a gown of //r ........ ........ proooolMr a* mtmiMit -
Chantftly lace over orpama A1/ .. .... OoootMotion Of the
and taffeta. Her veil WM attached City.' dork r. a'. ..,ttIP. .... .I FLr/dr.. vls.Pto. Iax"ft .

to organza petals. She afore It. SI. 3$. lie.LBOAt. JOINT RIIMOU."HON.

carried ....... and X yano- N ADVF.Rnlt..ft! A Joint Koulutloai ,ropoMs
(Is on a BlI tt. ... aBM>ndmat to drrtloti f of
G of ..... XII of UW aioA cowMI.vorfc .
Miss Ann Wright, staler I% ITTIO\-" Kill A.
he bride was maid of honer. lMbUc.,.. ...laotr......M-tl('0501<>a will,. ...rocolv,. ..tJ the thM.a; rl:=:..;t of rtes ::

and Mis. Max Legsjttt wa* sooME ,. hf 11.4.01br: tMMrlrtB .
rtim ) .+ It M<- ulvrd by tko fwi UilatMr -
matron of honor BrW wft iwi .
I u. to rNM vc the vitatlMfilntrloa of the Mat of ........
+i1111C! were Miss Claudia HOMWT tuI >- root ..elvi'dsroof. Tat th follow me a*' a taunt
and Miss Susan <. 'a..n. April dry in with li Ib fTt. tw NveUoN :: of Artlclo Xft of
said .ftet.n IM Ib or oqiiartPrr tko Mat fonctttvtton tato. .......
a 1ii Bowen was fewer girt ..../n11s. or .iuttralnl that '._- trttM <\) of flU
.
The bridegroom's father ........ .trw0 ippe ....a.I. aw- br of th" HMMU sad of
:- will ter psrri.ed at th' tk* Mn .r of Npr wta4rV OWUrmto -
was beat ma*. Usher were of t (dent. ,,f. tHat an .iwr_*o.y .ooMlrlnc -
... ,..,.
i'vWM In.tr- aw 0'
early
Max Miles Bowers an fttftmt by
: { Leggett I. M It .IS.. April 'O. the rlrrtnri of th* Wat *.loU.mmA .
O J. Gaffe, R4eky Bowers, and 1 t+8a.'Jbr. that aM ..ni diw..< bwbwilttod .
,,t wt y Hoard ofi'1.alr lh .l of
Bill Wright Scott Leggett was .. .. t. ctar
AI tn.rhtbt .
II rr.rrvar lossEs for rattnVatlon .. ,.-
s y.F ringbearer. to '; '--r.. or "I 1 14I... l.rtlM at a Merle) olertton to

The couple will reside In =:.-=-.c .. ..[iy Irr.eal.r .bo. bW on May of n.7.,tlo IM* *boo. said*tvflKoHioii tbtuMlratkMi -

Jacksonville 'ai.d .madd I ... AidRs L .....rt.,*"..| of
..t.DROSS .. ...111.| trrmtm.III .
r CANADIAN VISITORS f. *.- tfIoe each rhool dltrU-t there
...
wall b* *ii|*rlnti dt of
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. McGar- ed Itl::... ; cwoohn H: atMll b* ; c<*
-- ry and daughters f Port Credit at .c! .-...... InQ.Srttrw. I nwMbr by of law which In aaeh). a imtt.to yearthe -

_..eo..e.DANCE .- ---r -- Ontario. Canada are visiting M"fG *. of fo r for a terns of fotiryoart.
HOLMESWEDDING .. or when provMwl bf loral
RXCTTAL at Flagler Beach with law M>rovd by vot of tfe;
her father Rex Cramp. *h M.r. *f the M iool dl.trl.t.lb .
VOVS.EXCHANGED. Helene Bryan Gumee, ... 44 r1M.r...... of sell oli..tiatl .
daughter of Mr and Mrs.Keene Joe Cramp who rccentlyre_, \. ft'u Ssa ru.n. he ea,'10 .d b tso -=

r ; Curnce, Flag ler Beach, ceived his discharge from the .... .t rlseter ('otltll heard Uiaal law af may ovNd bo by rrpoaUd law. byre
.
Miss Gloria / lean Holnes performed In a dance recital' U6 Air Force Is now residing ri.rds.ATTiIYT: t. of the *lrtor only afire

and James Edward Brosi'lex- recently at the Peabo4y/Aud/ at the Beach where he has "'ujr (1. H.rrl.. Jr 8uprlM..iMlmt It baa. brit In tttret for three
Joined his father in and Ht-tMebo M crUrrto yrari.In
chanced wedding vows tap Itorium at Dayton I Beach, operating the hoard of lvolli In- any -rho..l dUUUt whvo
double ring ceremony Satv-$ She was an.'Ol1tpanleocll' agroup Massie's Motor Court .lri.rtton at >1..lrr "aunty. the of H prtntndiit; !1.

da March 2 at seven o' lack of aV Louis "Florid_Mar II. Ite Mwlntlr on thoffertlrf dale.
.
.. GradY.. .*. of thla mndmnt. It nan eon.ttnu
at Flakier Beach Methodist'Church. 'dan&ri. Visiting in the home of Mr. LEGAL ADVEHTISBHKJITTil M until Ha status U
........ .In accordant with this'
Bun-
and Mrs. Walter Creal
......e-f.F... reissytv1T1nTA1.ItlI a* The bride is the daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Tom olden nell last week were Mr. and :'I"I": T ...: ''T.U I,! THfTIVOST WMKRBOr.I .
Mrs. Olcott Collar. Skokle. 0w f t' 7. IMf >. hav sty hand
Mr. and Mrs. Walter II. had as their overnight guest .t.I
.
\ THK HV ors/1 U. and aflliod th* Maai of tbo
Holmes, ST., 185 BosarveyDr. Monday Julian Caudill of Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. tl.tt'TIO* Mat of Florida at TaJlahacce.
.. Ormond Beach. Mr. Bros Ellzabethton Tenn. Frank Laukota. Glen Ellyn. WIIEHEAJ. the UvlcUturf Iho Papital. thla Till day of
of U61, under the <'onlltutlon March. A. 1) ISIS.teAt. .
is the son of Mrs. Henry( Illinois. Also stopping briefly .,f IS of the Htat* of Florid :)
Brass John Anderson High Jacksonville with the Creals on their wayto passed liens* Joint KooolutlonNuntbrr Tom Acta....
Miss Linda Way. .
it-xtisi propuntnc an alee,*,.". of SLate
way Flagler Beach and the spent the Wt'f'kf'U..xIf' Sarasota for a winter va ..........., to the Constitution
late Henry Bross sting In Bunnell witb'bet1lili. .i,: i'teatlon'WI'ft: "}.It.; and rNxs. 1\\ 411 -- --

The Rev. Rtynold.lloov r ter and brother In law TM/. .: mild:) lilt Downers CCrow, .. 1

performed the wedding cere and Mrs. C. F. Smith !Tind.a Illlnois I t : ;

mony. Mrs. Ensley was so Korona with her parents, )n. Thank You
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morris
lout and Mrs. L. KruU was. and Mrs W. B. Way. 9 _
"* and children of Jacksonville
organist
spent the weekend here with
Mr. Holmes gave huTdaughter HOBO ARTY PLANNED her parents, Mr. and Mrs. HarryMeKenney My first efforts as a candidate for public office .

In marriage. She'a FOR IDLEWOODEBS The )lcKf'I1M''s'will have been most rewarding. I am humbly

white full length Venice white lace bodice gown, fashioned with A Hobo Party and Oyster have as their house grateful to each of you who supported and voted

Roast is planned for ldl wood guests this weekend, former
for in last
with election.As
long tapered and their Bunnell Rayonier supervisor me Tuesday's .
Club members
sleeves and scalloped neck and"' his wife Mr .and Mrs.
line. The A-llne skirt featured guests Sunday afternoon &at your City Commissioner I will always
4:00 at the T Double L Ranch.Chairmen Jim Meadows Vidalia. la.
a bow at the back and a : welcome your ideas and suggestions, and I shall
of
the affair are
'
scalloped hemline. Her veil Mrs. Louis Stefllk Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black do my very best to help make Bunnell an even
fell from a matching lacecrown
and children of Ormond visited
Lrnssen and Mrs. Gordon better live
embellished with sequins In Bunnell Sunday with place to and bring up our children.
Shields.A .
crystal and pearls. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
wili be awarded to
prize Respectfully
.
She carried a whit Bible Holden. ,
topped with a bouquet of the wont dressed couple.

white carnations and center Those planning to attend Hubert Pellicer
Mrs. Dora Walker Wild-
Lenssen at 439.2136 by Thurs
ed with orchid.
an day. wood Is visiting in Bunnell

Miss Barbara Braes sisterof with her daughter Janet and xxpoeoooqoaooeai IlL 111JlSllIlJll JIJJl L

the bridegroom was maidof her sister in Jaw Miss Lucille

honor. She wore a blue ATTEND DISTRICT Walker.

floor length sllk-taffeta gown, FARM MEETING -INTRODUCINGGEORGE -

and carried a nosegay of Flagler County Farm Bureau Dale and RoIaf'maryn

white mums centered with an President Louis Steflik visited In Mt Dora Sunday STRICKLANDOF

orchid with blue streamers>> and executive secretary Don with Mr And Mrs. Dale BUNNELLAS

Miss Marilyn Krutz was Jordan were in Tavaxe Tuesday Brown Sr, and in Leesburg

bridesmaid. She wore' a pink night to attend a ''Dis with Ifamp? and June Paul-! THE NEW BARBER AT THE

silk-taffeta gown and cUrled trict Farm Bureau meeting.The Ing. f

a nosegay of white mums centered topic discussed was FLAGLER BEACHBARBER

with an orchid with "Farm Bureau Policy". Clifford and Lois Higgin-

pink streamers. Lob Ana botham and daughters spent

Holmes sister of thin bride. f! CARTE FAMILYREUNION : the weekend la Tampa visiting SHOPHighway
was flower girl. with her parents, Mr. and

Mrs. Morris E. Stultz.
Walter S. Holmes Jr. was The Carter Family will hold
AlA
best man. Ushers were Mike a reunion at Favor>)'k OPPOSITE PIER

Bross. Lee Prrsswood. Roger State Park on Pell leer Creek FORMER'RESIDENTS VISITP. Shop Hours 8 a. m.6 p. m. Mon. thru Sat.

Hamilton and Butch Wilson. In St. Johns County. Floridaon A. (Zip) and Frances Ed. TWO BARBERS TO

William H. Brass brother of Sunday, April 7th. monson have as their house. SERVE YOU

the bridegroom, was ring All descendants of David guests, his brother and sister

bearer. Carter and his wife Rachel In law. Mr. and Mrs. Walter

Edmonson of El Monte Calif.
Cooper through their three
There was a reception" In
children; George Carter who The Walter Edmonsons are
the church reception hall.
Those assisting were Mrs. married Kezlah Grooms Rachel former< residents of Bunnell. AIM FOR SAFETYFOR

Frank Homes, Mrs Barbara Carter who married JamesR.
Sheriff and Mrs P. A. Ed.
Hall. Mrs. Pat Purvis and Mrs. Mlddleton. and Sarah Jane
W. Thomas. Carter who married William monson \\'t''lIn Daytona COMFORTABLE AND

H. Parker are invited to at. Beach Wednesday night to
.
After a wedding trip to Miami tend attend tho Hobby Show.

the ('Oupl111 be at "'' SAFE KITE DRIVING
to
home at Flagler Beach. Everyone planning at. LEGAL ADVT.HTHBwKVr'
tend Is asked to bring a bas

ket lunch, which will be serv Rr.Q' :1IT rots all). Hav your HEADLIGHTS aimed and intensity
THANK TOO NOTICE .
Sealed bids will b* rol..dIn checked by ATLAS
edat1p.nl. APPROVED
DM oak of the tltr Ctork AIMERS and
We express our sincere U is hoped to organize as a .t lie Otr aX BMMBoIl. riorlda, INTENSITY METERS.BUDDY .
thanks and appreciation to family association and make In tao .>r brforo 4.H p. m. on tho lt
those who extended kindness this an annual affair. day i>f "..ria. A. IX I H'. for on.
1 O brawl duty .- ck
and sympathy during the with th. follow/nit. 'T.t. KNOX
death of my mother Bertha I k...
Win O. V. W.-T. *4> Iba.Wb aMtaKas
M. Baldwin. These
Expressionshave Harry Hawkins of St Paul ...1 iis.o-ll." AMERICAN SERVICE '
been deeply appreciated. . Minn was a visitor last week, SToee.",.. .."... S piP..r j ".)
Tlra l.Qxlt.S 1* : U. S.
-
: jr: Highway 1 Bunnell
-
Stetllkand at the home of Mr. and Mesa F..ai>o-4 crttd.r 1U J4..

Mr; Femur' IL, O. Pcabody. ,Artecia Park, Alt l...tt"7-fI rtato i Amp.1* AMR. : : Day 437-3652 Night 43739444T1iC

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Pheae attmihu the aU-dqr 5-'JIIE! I'LACILU T ... 1H.... MARCH 1C I_
meet won MIL 1 Jtetdt lsil.s -
CHURCH Ial WIMIam GivMW MM.MM .
JMIIII "'n. JIIM. Allen
J..1rlN11l. Idjmn Cl%iyMlV > Ouaattty
'NEWS H XMMy M 16 org* JAM WE GIVE Reserved
fJ.\ Lyman Gage Mrs. Issajtr METTS
noose. Mra a..cMn. 9ta.sin.
Jessie lswe and In. TOP Prices Coed
Weekly Sermon Reynold Heewr.FLAGLER TW., Fri. Sat.

.... Over r. Taylor roster J VALUE and Monday,

Boaaril M"thoctkt Onuth HACK SUPER MARKET March 14, 15, 16
THE SEEKERS NITIfH*T
A response to God I is often CONFERENCEDr STAMPS and 18, 1966
$4MMftMwiQ by a person who J. Milbum McLeod. De 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
.fe sensitive to his personal. land District Superintendent.will .
lite*. Food and drink are conduct the Fourth Quarterly .
.ensnssn necessities of every.one. t Conference at the Flag Flavor Aged (Choice) ,
However, different IM'O'pko I lr Beach Methodist Church
seek these. necessities with Thursday March ,-I.
different JnvllMo ft. In tM A cowed dish dinner will
time of Jesus hunger and be served at 6 p. m. in the CHUCK Roast Lb.49Q
thirst had strong meaningsto fellowship hall. boils and
those who lived in the dry coffee will" be furnished by
**4 barren desert land.. the cornrniltce.
Therefore food and. drink were All friends and numbers of
not taken for granted, butw the church are rove d.
Flavor Choice Oven
Aged ( ) Ready
'eR enjoyed by those whose
desire stimulated them to become MEMS CLOGSPONSORS .

In the true world seeker of today righteousness The FkMrler SUPPER Beach Mena RIB ROAST 89
is not easily found
Hub wW have a<"Hacn Din- Lb.
because of many lures which ner" Wednesday. March V
keep a from knowing
person from 5 until 7 p. m. at the
this quality of life. Man often church fellowship hall.
hungers and thirsts for
material things. There are from Tickets Bob Wallace may be, president.or obtained. Thrift way (Fancy Sliced) Flavor Aged (Choice) _

many examples of men who call 439.3441. Ib. '"" "*
have paid great prices in relation BACON Pkg. 59' STEAK 59
to their own personalities RAST RUNS
for material gain. Their CAlM! .
desires have been strong. Ken Rast. Republican ofLeesburg.
The fourth beatitudes is not has announced his U. S. Choice U. S. Choice
about righteousness" but those candidacy for the State Representative
who hunger and thirst after Shoulder lb. SIRLOIN: -
seat held
now by ROAST 69c 99
righteousness. Few people accidentally "Gator" Beck of Palatka. CLUB STEAK .
gain the best.Those Two years ago Rast lost to fli.
U. S. Choice (Boneless) Boneless
who truly seek are those Beck- by only 61 votes in the I '
whom Christ has promised four county area. Beck is SIRLOIN TIPt 99C BEEF ,STEW 'lb 69C
satisfaction in spiritual mat supposed to have announcedthat RUMP ROASTt Ib. J.il;
ters. Are we seeking an eternal he Is not a candidate for '
relationship with Cod? rt".t'1 1on. U. S. Choice I Beef', ;; A
"Blessed ate those who hunger Rut has served as administrative lb. A1
and thirst for righteousness assistant In the Famil'STEAK 79C PLATE STEWf', 29 e
for they shall be satisfied. Florida Senate and has served -
Matthew 5:16. on the staff of Governor U. S. Choice (Full Cut) Copeland' (Smoked) 3'o&. Pkf. f
Claude Kirk. He has been active ROUND lb. Sliced *
FLACLEB BEACH WSCS in Republican) organizational STEAK 99e BEEF 4For' lp?;
CROUP ATTENDS ) work over the state.Rast .
DISTRICT MEET Is a fourth generation .
Flagler Beach Methodist' Floridian an Episcopalian ARMOUR Star (12 oz. pk*.) Fresh Lean
Women Society of Christian a graduate of the University
Service' members''attended ot .South Florida. H. served ALL MEAT.FRANKS .3ge Ground BEEF 3 aha. 'I 29

Deland District Conference at four years in the Air Force t ,. .
the Daytona Beach First Methodist where he was a Russian language Pork Smoked
Meaty ( ) .
Church Thursday. specialist,
NECK "Ib.l Sliced 'Ib
BONES S $1 PICNICS 49C



Do you know U. S. No. 1 (Irish)


the difference between POTATOES :f'l l o Bag Lb. 35



low-cost insurance

Limit 10 lb. Bag with purchase of $5.00 or more'food order

and cheapinsurance ri Folger's (Mountain Crown)


? Limit 1 with purLb..

COFFEE moN chase of food,. $5.00 order.,or. TIn 47'f



SOAP POWDER
.

Limit (1) with purchase -
ENERGY CINT 39
of $5.00 or more
Buying cheap insurance food order ( SIZE

for your home or car i

is like buying a cheap parachute.
Shurfine 011MAYONNAISE
:By the time you find the holes,it's too late.

But you don't want to pay too much for '
Qt.
your insurance protection,either.That's why 39

smart people come to us for insurance on their JarLimit

home,car or business.
1 with purchase of $5.00 or more food order
Well get you the best insurance at a fair .1
-
'
price.And well see that you have fast,fair

settlement of all claims. SUNLITE ((303 can)-'TOMATOES 6 for 99*'
Remember-there's no such thing as
.
I /f ..., 1.' _
bargain-basement insurance. __ Y .-
Produce.
This symbol is your assurance that we are D'a.' -
Frozen Foods
Iry
professional independent agents. Yellow (3 lb.)
( 1 S ; BAG ONIONS,
( > -, \ 1/
) I. i t j Bac"... _. _. 29c Kraft Fresh Winter Carden (10 o:.)
Golden Yellow Oranfj Juice, JCOfl* Strawberries, I
FLAGLER COUNTY BANANAS, 1k Cal__... 2 Boxes ._.. ,." 490Kraft

INSURANCE_AGENCY, Inc. Teti Jl.,.. Lb.__ ... ..- .,- IOe\\ (Qt.) ORANGE Master ;
Chef>
Bldti i:. Blvd. JlL} ,lIT DaliciousiAPPLES.
Abstract Moody ... Red ; JUICE, French Fries, ,
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BunnslL Fie 32010 Ph. 437-3171 Qts.. ........... 33 2Lb.
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I--- -THE jt rUMXJHt TMMFNC TMWfti. << old' beautiful his place. Najamla DiIIpIM -A. K Jso have tts.. nitric-


-. They haw served in the Cmifi aerate ... under social stt&nty, yotl
9t. Joseph. .. since that Army and as far as we eandetermine will Mt be etlfihie fat tt*
Matanzas Area sugar cane the various. wee Ptagier Cstii huaalial tinman part CIn
...... teltl.M grove The ty's only son to serve whenhe lilt rAsa=: pespie who reach .
of Flagler County 1844 Mile given mass was .living here. Thus IMS or later will......
The Matanzas area was del daughter to the State these two Dwpont families. arePlagler some WOffC under social 94
part of a grant of a large eph M. ...,. .park to h* County's oldest permanent entity to be entitled to hatIfMWftfW -
, tract node by the Spanish. George W..I. Mm ,........... pital o HvtRv. Now-
\ Government to Josiah Dupont. have been a ever there .. BO work If
in the year. 17W. However tnt Pmletnt. Mal BIRTHDAY DATA q.ulHnwnr. for entitlement to
by the year 182 trouble with ....... means 84 medial insurance the Indiana had made it 1mpnseifcle pw them, was south Happy birthday this week to: covets doctor bills) undermedicare.
to continue Jiving lit called Bella ... Confede Today-EMe White Randy .
this isolated area and it to day .. known were located Dykstra. Henry n..lI.o. Q. I do not have the money
reported the family left for Oaks State during the abert Buchanan.SaturdayDr to pay my doctor bill and
the Carotin By abandoningthis here until States. he does not wish to coiled
J. F. Bfede.Bette .
grant his right to the large two St. the medicare' payment directly .
land was forfeited. planted an the flat Md>aRH-I. I understand I must pay
During the next fifteen sent his fruit was bulH SuMity-HMtI K. liaknes the bill before I can receivepayment
tine by boat Newton Wigte. Frances Rus- from medicare.A. .
yeses tfte Spanish C.owmfMRotWH It was nam
ian wells here ten. This Is no longer true.
supposed! to have made of the
numerous grant of land in earliest ever on this Monday-J. M. Wigle, Kathleen The taw has been changedso
tnis are, however, no record ington's wife Buekles. that all you need to do
has been found unless they and he left ., descend Tuesday-Levenia "Peg" now Is get an itemized bill
retained title to their grant various O<< I return Meshey, "Butch" Wibon. (paid or unpaid) and send It
until Florida was acquired by Carolina of about Wf'dnHday-MattJ Torley. in with your medicare benefits
the United States Government native. He sons moved claims form.
In 1818. John Bautista live again at area. Virgil Q. My mother purchased! a
Ferreira and Miguel Crosby unit the time sons whose Social Security hospital bed which was necessary
received grants during this During this had died I because of her con
time but had sold them to Washington with his NEWSQ. dition. Will medicare pay for
Joseph M. Hernandez' before ed large Matanaas this!
1818. thus their grants have parties. One sons Will- A. Beginning on January
always been known as the ingon spent a were kill I am enrolled in the 1. 1968. your medicare insurance -
Hernandez Grants. time at the (( the voluntary medical Insurance can help pay for either
General Hernandez was one In 1936. Mr. In the part of the medicare program. rental or purchase medical
of the most distinguished D. Young came His sec- I had medical expenses equipment such as wheelchairs
planters in the early historyof purchased the I860, was which amounted to over KO hospital beds etc.
Florida. On his grants he changed the Knight during August 1966. Is therea Payment by medicare on
established three plantations, plantation to road from time limit for filing my purchased! items will be made
one he named Bella Vista, Oaks" to Bluff. Virgil claim for reimbursement over a period of time, as If
one Malta Compra, and one ington the par. A. Yes, there Is a time the purchased time had been
,.. Mho limit. All claims for medical rentedQ.
-- insurance related to services Because of illness,

--- area Just my
====
-- J Virgil furnished in July. Aug- I need a wheelchair. To be
planta gust or September 1966 shouldbe reimbursed under medicare
fin[;] I ON '' with filed by March 31, 1968. does It make any differenceif '
50 had cat Claims for services furnishedIn I rent or buy the wheelchair
10 Dozer Du the period from October 1. ?
Osteen 1966 through September 30. A. No. Beginning with
VOtUSIA MINIMUM S3.000-90 old home- 1967 must be filed by December January 1. 19G8 medicare will
:rAI.REKEWAlLE their fam 31. 19G8. help pay for either rental or
their sons, Q. My wife and I have purchase medical equip
BANK Lee have never worked under social security ment such as "wheelchairs
,be 67M217 ITS W. settled by and we will both reach hospital beds, etc.
Ormood Btoch. before 1860. 65 during 1968. I have been These questions and answers .
younger told that all we have to do are furnished by the lo-
settled east Is file an application and we cal social seurity' office. Day-
.jl' ,,____.:.'.__ ______ .: :: and his will be entitled to medicare.Is N. Rldgewood Avenue, Day-
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BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING OPEN 9 a. m. to 6 p. ra. Monday thru Saturday

Office Credenzas and Adjustable

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Laminated Plastic Upholstery

FINE HARDWOODS

Mot orders filled within IS working days. "
all areas in 75 mil mad of Pannell.CALL

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ADVERTISING .......... ..... o..ey oret111we11 '- .... .. .....rkt..
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THANKS TO .
nJ weekly part tiro.. $ltt8 anal tr VOTERSI ssl .....rtet. fssrd ., .'om.
full time.. Write ........,.. rNen* tk* r"'t
RwMffcFLC to r.J.rt amp aM all Mate and
.3V3 8 Memphis. Tww.Mar wink to take tit** opportunity thank you, .Ie ..t..u I.'..,........ In

RATE-4e word. 14. 38, Apr. 18. May 2alvnlmim the .1 the confidence biasNast .......r ......ueto I' .n-
per Mlateua .... Gn KK'CrflS OUnfiCrlp lOw you trot IHHrtrtL.

charge per Issue 11_ hare placed in me by reelecting me to the city ...-. Use..7 Mi.nd< ivtarjrMarrk 14. tic
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sereens.5fe .
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drabi ...... commit*ion.
forty's" FmW+Ire. ------ --

fields Insulted; Retaneters OM Dfefe Hwy.. 2 mi. South LHUAL Ails IiftTI..T

all) chelL Reasonable prices KorofM. MM. W7-3T32 lie Martin "Bo" McDaniel IV TIIK < I >TV Jl

Call George' Ja.... 43T-MK: ) Cal riot UII'L.NLOl. tOt"f,

8-1-tl LOST-Key ring with val" aMe 1 1..:iv1: ,.. "eS

key and IMS elaM ring. IN RK: Orate of .
WIT, 1. WfJfH.H' KK.T .
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Reward 01,.,". Contact Jack H f'HtTlIITnR"
Let us help beautify FiaglerCounty. 'n, "M t'K wkly'S0Al !t
McCabe =
Large variety of ever Ph. 437 7133. Itp I take this means to thank the people of Bun t rt\N\l :" MMIt .a.'irTATld

greens palms, hedge plants. LEGAL AU't"TI..nlll! /i a4 .-.rh ..f you are hoe*.
5S miles.. S of Bunnell on nell for the excellent turnout at the polls in the h unit r<-<|Ulr..4 to Many
\\ Tin f'lnfTIT .nl..T or rlalnw and oVmanato HiMl
U. S. 1. Feb 15-tic .". u...l-.ll .Iii %T'. KLOH- i.u.. Itr either ..f you. may have
IDA city election Tuesday, March S, 1968, and for the .Momorable..I. in the o4Wof .
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sa q a.* >.. J4S K Mr KnlcHt.
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FOR SALE- Large console .'ARt'I.I"1C ; <'auaty 4o> of Plalll.r Cowt-
cedar chest with beautiful Kith support I received. L at his onV-- in I H- t'ottrt
veneered
... In Bunnrll. KlurM, wltkhi -
carving on front. 30-1 HKHMAN: o|11 calendar _nth. from the
MAKTIV HI HK
time of the lest Mlral.
o of
East Moody Blvd. 3.U.21.2tp. U rs.d.at Thank you this ....... Bach claim or on*.-
"OTII: TO I/F:rliplllit maaxl must DP In writ*** a xlrontalM .
Gas refrigerator for sale TU frTATC (> Rt'RsTO: the p1.re of tffUtmf*
or
MAN XUrTTIN Shelton Barber .
and pot .... a44rro of thrlalamnt
trade for deep freezer ... P. O. Box 'J7'hlra t*
burner < .f>. IllinoisToo ny Ik* ,..ret"r: *raitornry
gas range.sfealtowwell are hereby nottftod that asuit or tno Mmr tttall lie
pump-odd chairsdiningroom ha boon fAod a alnt you voMBTRI.IN4ITON
suiteand double In the above rntltlod cau**; a d BAN'K ASI'Ity
glass you arthrrby required to fft* TRfHT WII'A YU
sliding doors. Can be seen your answer with Iho Clerk of /./ A. Thlrltarrt
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206 Lambert Court, and to serve a espy A T .. TriM I Mtcor
at Street.
Flag- thereat upon the pj*Muff or Pleat ItiMtaMton N rVb .5.
ler Beach. ptailntirr attrny.. who* name IJSCAM IWAW
and o Feb. 29 It Mar. 7-14 :W.IIe,.* Wa.nrIII Being unable to thank each and every voter ll. r'1tJf::

twirl./ill Avenue Allorwor ire ,
SINGER DIAL O MATIC Holly Hill. t 1rht I take this opportunity to express my appreciation Frb Mar T. 14. II 4lrLEOAL.

CONSOLE MODEL SEWING not lam than April *, A. IX,
15i5. AUVRMTKRMKXTiv :
MACHINE. Must place in If you fall to do ... nfaK for your support and vote at the poll. .
A-l will b* ..H.rrd against you frIh C'ol'iTT Ji .K:tot miitr
your area. shape. Zig relief dfjand I* the b41 I'I.AlLE1t COI.\TV. KMIHI11 .
Zaggs. makes button hoJH.fanC' of romatnt. Tn. nature of said %
suit' brmr fr Ml *.. KU
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) designs, sews on buttons DIVORCEWITNNMI T

applleques, monograms my hand and seat Max PorteI TnrM'F'OCUC'.tllllaro'"
Sold for '300. of aald Court Ih4 15th day of OTI K Tn 4'''.: )''....*
etc new oveer F'.ru'Ah.1r INS TO AlA I'KHMKVN IIAV1NO
Must SACRIFICE. Just pay M MOODY CUAIMH OK IIKMANDKAOAIX8T
1rrk of Mid circuit Court HAH) ESTATE
balance $63. or assume $8. lOmrtal $*.nIt You and each of you aro hereby -
monthly payments. Will take <.! JuHa It Harvey notlftod and required, to IMo
rpiity Clerk u any claim' and demand which
older machine In trade. Call arch t ... 21, :I. 4tc you or either of you may h...
Credit Manager. COLLECT avalait said ..,.,. In the ....
of II.... T K. MrKNHUIT.
Jacksonville 353.1916 anytime HASTINGS MATTRESS would like to thank those who supported County Judge of Klafl'.r (bunt -
Will deliver no obliga- r. at hi* offlco In the Court
tion. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 28-4tc & UPHOLSTRY WORKS me in the city election. house In UunnclU Florida with
in six! ealndar month from the
710-12 Lemon St.
lime of the Ant publication of
FOR SALE, Rent or Lease Palatka Florida this notlro. Raeh claim or d.wand .-
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I will continue to take an interest in the bet must b* In wrltlna- and
2 bedroom Florida room. Phone EA 5-9166
contain the place ., residence
beach house with carport. Ph. furniture. Upholterlag terment of our city. and pot offtvo address of the

437-W72. Mar. 7-TFC claimant and mu.t .. worn tu
Repaired & Rcflntthed by In* claimant his ant or
attorney or the sane chall be
FOR SALE-1960 Ford Gal. Mattresses & Box Springs void

axle V-8 4-door, blue good Made to Order. Also Renovated O. K. Herr A Amy & Thrradclll
Hutrl of said estate
tires and runs good. 30000. Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Feb. M as Mar 7. 14.-ate
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Call 437-3268, 'Bunnell. Alter 1:00 P. K.
1.tG"1. AO"'F.RTIIC.KJftOIn
Mar 7. 14-2tc PRICES REASONABLE r 1 ........._.. 1 r r r .-
:... KIT roilrVald nine
BUDGET PLAN IT KEEnED
FOR SALE-Desks, tables. bid. will b* rrrUd. In
card files, cabinets chairs. Jut as near as your FREE-LANCE DECORATOR I the ...... of the City Clerk of
the City of Hunnrll. Florid. In
steel shelving clocks copier Phone or Post Office TO WORK FROM MILLION DOLLAR INVENTORY th* n.l<- enter HulMlna- until
blueprint file air compressor.misc. Drop Us a Card or Call 4 M P. U on the IIIK. day ofMarrh.
OF FURNITURE LAMPS CARPETS. & A. iINS for two (t)
office equipment. Lehigh Free Pick-up & Delivery I.... fallen Ka...1_ tank and
Portland Cement Co. Phone ACCESSORIES IN FLORIDA'S EAST, AND pump Installed. rrmUr gas

439-2353 Mar. 7. 14, 21. 2S-4tc WEST COAST AREAS. WRITE OR CALL MRS. morO nrian high number test hall sae b*(ortanonumhrr M or

APPOINTMENT. BURNETT. shall b* t1 or morl.I .
STEREO CONSOLE DENIIOFF FOR .WM and II....' Italy M

WITH RADIO $17,000PLUS ORTMEYER INC. WHOLESALE FURNITURECO. weight oil. multl-purpiMo mar
lubrirant.hams..
Take up payments on 2 month ., 300 S. FRANKLIN ST., TAMPA, FLA. kerosene. and No. S diem lubricant l.

old beautiful stereo console All prlr*. vhall b* firm for time
duration ..f the .
-- -- ronlrart prrtmfKarh
like new. 4 speed record --- -- LKGAI. AUVEHTIftKMK.VTl bid hall h* addressed
changer. Balance due $6R. or J -- --- to th* City i'ommlak>nro. I' O.
\ Tll: IIHCIIT 40IHT FON Hoi 7M. Hunnll. n.rMa. TINt
pay $8 a month. Phone COLLECT REGULAR O. F. ALFORD r1." .1..:"
Jacksonville 353-1946 Registered .. rich to reject any and all ......
f l( ll. tCTHIV \ :S44 .
and al
o to arrpt In* bid that
anytime. No obligation. A-l CASH BONUSFOR '1. :Ht'ST I' Itelt)1'H.liainllftl In Its Judgment will h* forth

Musk Center. 1606 Main St. Real Estate Broker beet lat.rt of the Clly ofDtWMll.

Jacksonville. Fla. MAN OVER 30 IN JAM: A. IL INIm ") ".:' norlda.WITNBHH .
BonaaU. Florida I I"-.. my hand a.d onVtali
March 7. U. 21. 28."te >. t: or ..i ITu ritorKMTV IW Jlth day of rVfcruary.A .
-- FLAGLER r f>. .....
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER TO J.\ a: A. I-|1H'B /./ Hh-ltMi H ....'...r. Mayor

Remington Lightweight good TAKE SHORT AUTO Because of their habit of 17 fattroi........ ..New. Avenue Jersey A City of H nnH.. rforM

condition. Has balance of TRIPS TO CONTACT hibernating and their environment You aro hrrrby ntWId thatan /.TTIIIfTba,. .'. .....,1 b.. CHy
$34. month. Ph. of shallow Junk. . or pay S7 per CUSTOMERS.AIR ._1..., you and you are tt-29. Mar 7-1/-41e
COLLECT Jacksonville>>- filled water, many toad sb rwiitird la serve a espy of your

6901. Will deliver without MAIL live their lives In bottles after written Mr****, If any to It.
an Norton JuortilMon. Attorny 1.:011. ADyERTICE51EISTI !
K. I. CRAWFORD growing too large to swim for ItnHmff. who** address taSt
obligation.March Bill of touth. IIr."."'lw Avenue.
28-4tc Gray
7. 14. 21. Box Fit ty.Tw. out says CapL |io.yt HM ......... "_..... and |H. > THU 4IHIIIT 40IIIT or
th Miami Seaquarlum. Ib* .....* ". with the Clerk ftIb "I.U.I.H: 1'111 ITT. KMHtl11 .
Cemetery Lots For Sale- Fort Worth Texas 7(101 ah.r. styled Court on or,before %
Sec B-l AprIl < 1545. othvrwt a I. f'_ sea. =-
Lot 127 <(2< spacesin
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may b* entered JKRHY U CUNMNOIIAMllalnllff
in Volusla Memorial Cemetery ::Cou for IK* relief ds-

Beach. Contact mandnl In th* Cinmptamt or !'', .L
Daytona U It.... jrnr KAY CUNMNOIIAM
Mrs. W. II. Well. Tel. 437- WTTMittl my hand ad the I..,."", .n'

3397. Mar 14. 21. 28. ........te NOTICE 0'oral ot said Court 1545.IAONIru tM Jrti day sotp'i: Tit 1t.:. '11 II
: THE UTATK Or M!IHIOA. TO:
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M. rU..I'Y ClerklAea11
6C'L JfHY KAY ."NSIS'f'IIIAI'If' '
19 Rambler Ambassador
R It II. Power Steering Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Florida By /./ Julia It H.".r ITo4ra No. SMMitrlalr.
auto. : Can.rnU
the D C9 kil
condi Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by J.U'l f Toss a,. hereby notlfUd that
3 ,(x)) miles. Top 1/. ft. H. it.
Legislature each property Owner, Lesseeor n sat ..... been Med .*.In.t y wIn
1967 .
tion. Tf'lephOlW'IJ9.23 th. ...... entitled reuse. and
Flagler Beach. Mar. 14 Itp. Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment LECIA1 AITEItTI'rxtSITall you are hereby required to ....

fill out prescribed form. your ...w.r with the Clerk of
HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom shall a ) n.xti.: :-r tide Court and to ..rt0 a ropythereof
Sot lea I* h+rt VtVMt hat
unfurnished Deen Road.r. This application pertaining to Florida Statute the B..t Flatter UM r .wlta OM. p4ol tirr.upon attorney the, whose plaintiff ammo or
for Agricultural trial I...,rut Ft*'Wr HMcK
437-3658. i and
F. Smith. TeL 193.201 specifically request Florida will arcoM _ld M4 address I*:

Mar. 14. 21 ,2tp Zoning for Tax Assessment purpose and .t the .--. located seven wll. Chnrlo t. 1.1**. IIMS .
for land north .r n.at.r KM*... HWH.- North RMnvwood A.*nD _
has no relationship to the County Zoning war_ AI A. _up !. awl ikMM .::.. l> )f. .... nt Mlr DIM .
wanted to un W.- .. M rHl >05t0 -
Mature Lady u.e. at wh/rk .__ ..... .m boop.n.d. .
become owner of new ladies owner must file this applicationeach for he ....,run... ofa If **u Ml to ... *o. IvfawHwHI
Property
.
Opiliway he ntrod airnliwl fW
.somshaNaty weniIo. you
in
shop to open soon to the County Tax Assessor between w.et of tag' P1041 I,amrp the relief dealandml In the bill.
BuuMlL Florida. Pixie year that the U.-'dI ..._. cad f .Ntea. a-f co........ Th natitro of said
January first and April first so County II.... ha suit
114 store In 5 !way reviewed .1 the bhHr for
with .
Shops .
Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application .1ft. ale a survey made at the fHVOHTKWITNKUM
totes now has opening for classification. sit. by ;trr.rr.( .nftrTMphone my haM and seal
franchise manager in Bun- for Agricultural Praak of MM Court tM Sills day of

MIL Very small lnT.*t. Application forms are available at Tax As 400...5 ida t tttrm I. ...... TVbruary OBOfte A. D K 1Kt.M. MOODY
."-3800 tr. (lain fl. 1ldrue. .
meat required. Writ .. O. sessor's Office. ....... 0 rk of said nrHC'Mrt

lox 2312. Tallahassee qosted to i.e..r.stMd. .
Robersoa. DONALD R. MOORE ....... ,.., 1I I k: (Ofttrtal Meal
Flo. 32304 or call Jim Tax Assessor .. WI tllidM,.; IJpIII. Its/ JuHa IL /tarry
37S-20S3: Gainesville w"' LrpttW l letk
___..rlll bidder t.t"vra4.h' r.h. *. M. Mar 7. II4UCWSIFIED
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.... *tjm.FLAGLER .
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reVellER"...,.. ALL DB>C ACCEPTING Two b.trend sest 1111. COMPLETED

ELEVEN co rna FLAGLER STUDENT or are su planned. mar .for.-the HHI.thM The t+MNKurtun rm $41.ddO RACWC RECEIVED FUNDS rI... .. .t wr. ......
Comptroller Fred O Mgi
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begins May
Wayne rowcfcer, R puMlcan APPLICATIONS
ealLdI III! for Congress rapaetaMast registration. scheduled\ for May Dicfcinaon. Jr. today author was ihlliaiH r the
Voluala and FUffier laed' the release of 32,747,000In
aea
he has visited. all eleven X printer last week. The yearbook
ion can apply now for fallentrance racing monk to Florida'salxty
ea.ntitts. In .his district dwrlnf The second tummer Isemwill will consist of 148 pages
the aeven counties for use
to college dtvteIon -
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the month of February He begin Jun.19 with rag
of Daytona Beach Junior in February and OMItalaa summons activity
MratkM stated for June 17
iateJ that In nine of these
College. J. A. bobbins difec This amount was 9ttMd8 pintos. The yearbook toMfnilMl d
coMBttii he has already setup \1
his campaign organizationPMMtier tot of emissions has an FLAGLER LOW over that dMribwted ta Peb- M be Mtunwd by \
tnatl4red. ruary. IMT the mWrile e( May. p
la a reused mlnt<- Application blanks now ate ON WELFARE ROLL An equal' diapered of the
fee who has mucfi .x.effeiMe available for senior at all FlaIl County was emend MIni permitted each county to Anyone desiring to. pur
In radio and TV wwfc He to high ichcote In the two-esun. lowest CUM>. in the state an receive WljOflO line the beginning chase a copy of the school
seeking the congressional ty area saM Bobbin. and Florida Public AartataMeProgram of the racing season annual. may do so at BurnettHigh
peat IteM which Congressmen early application la advtaable Only 140 ......... kiPlagler in !November the p<<.CMM'! School According to
9>d Hertonc is rPtlrtnl. were <>n the welfareroll share. has been $8JWO more Theo C. Hem advisor. there
This J. Poucher't first political The fall semester at DBJC while Gi.ntt! .. Count\ had than it was for a like period i IA a very limited' number
JIMIe as a candidate begins August 21 with orlen 74. The arr m' ,.1 money last year :i\ailabli for sale at this date



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