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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 21, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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THURSDAY MABCK 31. 1961
VOl. M NO. 12

AMERICAN LEGION MRS. ANNE FULLER RED CROSS DRIVE WEEK MARCH 25 CandidatesQualifying


CELEERATE6ANNIVE&5ART PASSED AWAYWEDNESDAY

For Primaries

nep.r Post No. 115 ef Tfc Mrs. Anne D. Fuller. &&. Judge T. K. MKMfK announced '.

American Lofton heM a banquet 360 Palm Orele. Flagler that he Is a .....1.

Monday evening at tH Beach wife of Flakier' Beach date for re-election as County

Bunnell Civic Center hi observance Mayor Herbert Fuller, passed Judge He is competing his

of the 49th Amtiver. away Wednesday at Bunnell second four year term as

sary of The American Logic General Hospital after a County Judsje Prior to that

and the 35th Anniversary or .lelaihy Illness.Mrs. McKnlfht had served one
Flatter Pest No. 115. .. Fuller was born InCaeenovia -_ r term as Sheriff and six yean'
New York and of the Board of
Miss Catherine Harris, freshman as a member
Schoolwas moved to Flagler Beach six Public Instruction' He was
of Bwwell High
speaker Her tub yean ago from Warwick N deputy sheriff 12 years.
guest
Y. She was a retired school Sheriff P. A. (Zip) Edmon
tI&nimw.
feet' was AJM Miss Ham teaeher.' She was a member of son announced he is a candidate .
Communism".
the Catholic Church. for re-d<<'tlen. Sheriff
was the winner of Flagta Survivors in addition to her % e Edmonson has served three
Oratorical Contest and runner
Con husband include five sisters years as Sheriff He was appointed
in the Fifth District
up Mrs. Margaret, Blodgett. Mrs. to fill the vacancy

test.Past Mary Young and Mrs. Eliza caused by the death of Homer

Commander Waite beth Ryan all of Caxenovla. Shlton Barber siyns Red Cross Drive Brooks and was elected for a
.i BttafMll Mayor
Morris, master of ceremonies, Kruger Qty
also
N. Y.; and Mrs. Kathryn two year term. He has
Proclamation
announced that Boys State Sherrill N. Y. and Mrs. served as deputy sheriff

Delegates for 1968 are: Gary, Alice Gregg Erieville, N. Y.; MAYOR PROCLAIMS greatly contributing to the chief of police in Bunnell.

and two brothers. Robert health of the American people marshal of Flagler Beach and

Dwyer, Cazenovla. N. Y. and WEEK OF MARCH 25 ; and constable.
Walter Dwyer, Portland. )Ie. "WHEREAS our Red Cross Qualification for county offices .

Funeral services were conducted RED CROSS WEEK here helps keep our families began Tuesday, March

f Friday morning at Flatter Beach Major Her* safe and healthy through its 19th and will close at noon

10:00 at Craig Funeral Home., bert Fuller Issued the follow courses In first aid, water on April 2nd. All candidates

The Rev. Father Antonio Ing proclamation declaring safety, and home nursing; qualify at the office of Circuit .

Leon officiated. Burial was at the week of March 25 as Red and Court where they must

St. Mary's Cemetery Korona. Cross Week in Flagler Beach: --WHEREAS all of us here pay an assessment which U a
Pallbearers were Lester Partridge PROCLAMAT20If"WHEREAS can at all times help support percentage of the salary of

Danny Johnston, the AmericanRed our Red Cross with our money the office for which they wishto

J William Thompson Floyd Col. Cross to giving rottnd-the. volunteer service, and qualify

Ins. Cecil Westbrook. Sr. and dock service to our sons who blood; Offices which: come up for

k form' Lalng. are fighting in Vietnam and "NOW THEREFORE I, Herbert election this year are: County

Craig Funeral Home, Bun maintaining U. S. military Fuller Mayor of the City Fudge Sheriff, Tax Collector.

nell was In charge. strength In other far places' ; of Flagler Beach. Florida do Tax Assessor, Superintendent
and hereby proclaim the week of of Schools Supervisor of Registration.

CAST BUCKLES ""WHEREAS the Red Cross March 25th as RED CROSS Clerk of Circuit

of Mr. and Mrs BUNNELLSTUDENTS stands ready to com to the WEEK In Flagler Beach Floe Court County Commissioner
Buckles, son
Buckles: and Bobbie aid of people stricken by ida, and urge all citizens to Districts 1 Bunnell 3 (Haw
Victor
In supporting our Creek) and 3 (Espanola) and
Oral son of Mr. and Mrs flood fire or storm; and Join me
E. CreaL SCORE HIGH "WHEREAS, th. / rican Red Cross.1* School Board Members Districts
Charles hosplt. Herbert Fuller 2 Haw Creek) and 4
P ParkerHewltt\( Dupont Red Cross provides
and Tony Wesley Thomas participated al health agencies and physicians Mayor City of Flagler (Espanola). '.
more whole blood and Beach. Mrs. Mary Smith. Supervis
Academic Quiz
In
an Channel 12 in blood derivatles than any Dated March 14. 1968 or of Elections, has qualified

Program Jacksonville on last week. Accompanying other organization thus Flagler Beach Florida for' re-election. She is serving
four term In
Miss her first year
them were
Mary Ann Ste ik, alternate CITYCOMMISSION Bell Telephone Co. to replacethe that office.
BUNNELL qualifiedFor
Walton Johnston
In front
telephone booth
and Hilton Beasley sponsor.The
the
Johnston is
,,, Bunnell High School of the Civic Center Granted Sheriff.
."' to Jan Spangler.commander ion of the late Judge E. W.
in a quiz con permission
itudents were
'" ..' est with students from Mel. MET MONDAYThe of local CAP. to Johnson who served as Sheriff I
the and as Judge In Flagler Coun
at
CAP meetings
and Cresrent have
School Commission
ose High Bunnell City This is his second. bid forhertff.
City High School Bun- accepted he lone bid of Civic Center each Wednesdaynight ty. .

scored' 435 points out ota for
ell Standard Oil Company petroleum Walter J. Walt Eberhar-

.J possible: 500 which was the products for city Approved payment of $71.25to linger has served 11 years aseputy
round highest score mode by equipment at Monday night's Flagler County Sheriff'sDept ) Sheriff. Including six

my contestant to date. Mel- meeting.In for feeding city prison as Chief Deputy He

BOIERT CltEAL rose scored 240 points while other business the commission ers.Voted years ias, also, served about 10
descent City scored 185 voted to amend the to pay the minimum ears as Town Marshall of

Fifth District Commander joints.. city's building laws to conform monthly service charge on Flagler Beach.
addressed the stated that the ques- service for city police
Cora Buckles Beasly with the Southern BuildIng phone George ).I. Moody stated
members and guests relativeto toning covered the entire' Code at the request of man Herbert Anderson. that he is a candidate for relection .
the founding and history of academic: field but had specal the Dept of Housing and Urban Discussed rezoning a ten- to the office of Clerk

The American Legion. emphasis in literature and Development acre site on Deen Road for Df Circuit Court. Moody was

ilstory. The Bunnell students Granted permission to the mobile homes. appointed to this office in

,ill be notified when to re- Flagler Woman's Club to Adopted an ordinance imposing I9G6 at the death of EmU

ALFRED GIBSON urn for the play-off have a Rummage Sale on a cigarette tax Increase Smythe. He was elected to a
This was taped of three cents' a package
program April 6. The and seeks
City property term now
two year
TUESDAYAlfred and will be televised on Channel to effective April 1.This will
DIED VFW received permission i full four year term. lie has
12. Jacksonville, at T p. m. Sale in raise the city's present 8 cents
Rummage commissioner
have a
Gibson. 71, South lerved' as city
May 27th. The three students smoke tax to 11 cents per
Chapel Street Bunn lt. died seniors in May. tn Flagler Beach.
Mrticipatlng, are Southern pack.
Bunnell Agreed to request
Tuesday morning at Junnell High School. Miss Dale B. Brown, Jr announcrd -

General Hospital. tefllk is a Junior. SIDEWALK ART that he has qualified for
Born in Scott County, Va. SHOW SATURDAYThe the office of Tax Collector.
TEAM
he moved to Bunnell Va.8 years Mr HIGH SCORING QUIZ second Annual Sidewalk Brown was appointed Taxollector

ago from Coeburn. railroad ., 7 \ -- Art Show sponsored by in 19GE2 upon the re-
Gibson was a retired T 'i. Mercer.
:fM # the Flagler Woman's Club ilgnation of Gayle
employee. 1\ will be held In the Flagler lie was elected for a two year
lie is survived by his wife t. !, Beach Municipal Hall Saturday term and a four year term.

Mary Bunnell; four daughters March 23 from 10:00: a. lie served a number of yearsIn
Mrs. Lucille Webb, and office of the late
m until 5:00: p. m. Chairmanof the survey
Mrs. Nina Gore both of Bun. the cultural event Is Mrs. Dewey D. Moody.

nell; Mrs. Eva Kennedy, Mor- B. S. Clay. Mrs. E. P. Fleurie
that
ristown. Term.; and Mrs. Rose Donald R. Moore stated
chairman.
Is publicity .
Stovall Port Orange; a step All artlsts participating arerequested he has qualified for reelection
Moore
Butler Pa. as Tax Assessor.
son Carl Farmer, to set up their dis
and 16 appointed Tax Assessor
wras
ten grandchildren plays between 1 and 4 p. m. ofDewf"
death
the
greatgrand children. In 1964 upon
Friday afternoon ) D. Moody He was
Funeral services were Wed There will be three categories '
nesday afternoon at 2:00 at : (1) oil painting. ; (21 Fleeted to a full four yearterm.
has had experiences
lie
First Baptist Church Bunnell. watercolor and pastels; (3)miscellaneous.
broker.
The Rev. Charles Anders of. An out-of-town a real estate

fldated. judge will select the winters Note: The last three named.

Pallbearers were Jack Hos Judging will take place Friday candidates asked for advertising

ford, P. A. Edmonson. George at 4 p. rn. and awards space to announce i
MoodY Blon Matheriy, L. It will be given Saturday after their candidates. However

Church and John Qegg. noon at 4:00 p. m. due to the shortage of space r rmake

Interment was at Espanola TIM c. Admission is free and the this week they agreed to '

Cemetery. Schosi QoU Team members are lit to rights Was. public is Invited to view the an advertised an I
BunMll High In a later Issue
Craig Funeral Horn. Bun. 1Y Thomas, Mary Au StofUk. Hewitt Dupoat and Tsay Parker. paintings and crafts. noun ment
nell was in charge.


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SALUTE THE AMERICAN LEGION
How well this writer can remember that when he won ayouth
he looked upon the American Legion as a group of ,.,.,.
going veteran who wanted to get tofether to talk about their U. S. D. A. CHOICE
amorous experiences in "Gay Paris'. YOW read about wild adventures -

loving organization at convention and igwre the Legion was just a fun orT-BONE SIRLOIN I STEAKS lb. $1.09

Then' came World War II. and this writer became a veteran
and MM a Legionnaire We have not had a G. I. loan, we
haven't aught a G. I. house, or attended MtoeJ wider the G. I. Lean Western
Bill and fortunately have not needed the service" of a Veterans

Hospital PORK STEAKS lb. 49
But after being a member of the American Legion for 22
years, we have seen the working of a great service organizationIt
was this organization that promoted all te benefit that have
been made available. to our veterans Many of them had to give Western "SELECT"
up their Jobs and home and education to respond to the call to

serve their country BEEF LIVER lb. 49"SPICED"
It was the American Legion that Wood up for their rights
If you hate seen Just one veterans hospital you are familiar
wittt some of the great service of the American Legion
The American Legion serves the veterans of all wars. They
promoted' the Veterans Service Office thereby each county .hasa Lyke' "Sucar Creek" SLICED
Service 0ifk'iH'ho will take care of the needs of veterans.
The Service Officer will apply for pensions for widows, checkout LUNCHEON MEAT BREAKFAST BACON

disability claims processeteran loans under the G. I. (111/1 lb. A.I.)
Bills, ettr lb. ;: 9ft Ib.BY .
Working for veterans is only part of the American' Legion .THE.CHUNK 1 Cello PilI. 9..,
program. While Flagler. county may not participate in the entire _
Legion service program we have much evidence of its efforts
to promote Americanism Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2',.-21/2 lb. A.,.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

The oratorical contest in whkh students study the United
States Constitution and prepare and deliver speeches' before
school assemblies, is sponsored by the American Legion Whole |lb 29
Boys State, in which/ two Junior boys are selected' each year
to spend one week in Tallahassee at the capitol learning government '
by participation is sponsored by the American Legion.
Eighth grade citizenship awards are sponsored by the Amer
lean Legion. SMOKED NECK BONES-TURKEY
The American Legion attempts to promote Americanism I WINGS-OX TAILS 3 Lbs. $100
in the county by observing Flag Day and Veterans Day with a
parade and ceremony at the courthouse

The American Legion, during the month of March is celebrating Bush's CUT No. 303 Can
its 49th Anniversary When we look around us and see MIRCLE WHIP
all the efforts being made to destroy Americanism and down CREEN BEANS S For l00

grade patriotism, we are most thankful for this organization
SALAD DRESSING
which both looks out for the Interests of the millions of war Yamr SWEET No. 2 / Can
veterans and promotes' America.We .
salute the American Legion. POTATOES % For 49C Qh 39e
John A. Clegg

CLARIFICATION Del Monte 6Vs oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

LETTERS It has that been our called editorial' to our last attention CHUNK TUNA 3 For JOO

TO THEEDITOI week referred to Mr. Max Porte .
24 oz. BottleCRISCO
as holding office as Counselor
SUN SPUN
the highest lay office OIL Each
In the Catholic Church. This 4ge
was intended to refer to the OLEO
Dear Editor: Catholic Church at Flagler" Giant SizeJOY
There is no doubt that the Beach We regret that "In Each
election for two city commissioners Flagler Beach" was omittedfor 59c lbs.in .
resulted In a vice we understand that there 2. 33
tory for the people of Flagler are many higher lay offices in Qtr. )
8Pa'h. One Incumbent who the world.wide Church We
MAXWELL HOUSE
has been active in the several stand corrected We are glad
situations that aroused the that you are reading our editorials .
citizens to action was defeated m careful l>". INSTANT COFFEE FROZEN FOODS
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and the other Incumbent JAt
whose: term expired did not --_. _-
run for re-election. THE MERCIFUL 6 Jar 69C Golden Shores 8 oz. Pkg.
They were replaced by the By Oliver F. Taylor Pastor
former postmaster of Flag Bunnell Methodist Church SHRIMP CREOLE Ea 396
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
or more
1 ler Beach )lr. Rufus Miller The fifth beatitude is perhaps .
and )fro Max Porte a successful the most easily acceptable Morton's 20 oz. Size
contractor In Flagler of the beatitudes However .
Brach for the past 16 >'ear' in the day of Jesus this FRESH PRODUCE APPLE PIE Ea. 29C
Moot people look for a big beatitude was as revolutkifwry .
Improvement in the business a* the rest Variousgroups Golden RipeBANANAS
atmosphere of the City. of pt"OpItf'xpl'f"M'd lb.
There were several resignations themselves against offering tOe PURE SHORTENING
at the City Commissioners pity, compassion or mercy in
meeting Thursday Mbical times Even with our U. S. No. 1POTATOES BAKE RITE
night March 7. 19ti8 Mr. W. understanding this beatitude -
Harrison resigned! as City today, pride regulates and :10 B'.b' 39C
Commissioner and u as replaced keeps mercy as an undesirable 3 Ib.
by Mr Keene Gumec who trait akin to pit).. Yellow T1 39C
Cooking
ran fourth in the election .Jesus referred to asa
Mr. John Laing resigned as practice toward mercy our fellow ONIONS 3 i;': 39C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Chief of Police for personal man as opposed to hollow .
reasons and our City Judge words without real depth E---
chose this same time to turn and compassion Therefore
in hit resignation It was Christians are compelled
rather pathetic to hear the through 10\'" to respond someway
City Judge who himself had or other than only with
been repudiated at the poll lip service to those In need.
by the voters 4 years ago attempt Christian
mercy can accept
to extol the virtues of life with its problems even to -
tM present OOfnittMMiOfttlY In the extent of Just punishment '] II.i It
spite. of the fact that only recently but It abhors ftWtt)'. ii1 II (i I
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they had been reprimanded The laws of God are more I ''I
by the County Grand rational and fair than many
JuryFlagler. people care to admit. Christianity (I I( (( I(I I
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Beach has taken enan is not abstract but is III II 437-3227
Phone
atmosphere of OPEN SUNDAYS
cooperationand a guide for living for the
is looking forward to a man of today Messed are 8:00 .-1:00 p.m. ( U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

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Hi School .
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and mate rtiidirta seventeen I
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yeare old or otdvr attended I DCLAMD GAME E
an Armed 9.r te a Day RAINED OUT
Program Tuesday morning to The Bulldog nine Kent to t Ii G
hear reptvaeMtatiVM I of the DeLand Saturday afternoonto -I: I
Armed Force and the Local play DeLand. They were
SelectiveService Board otRee.Mrs. trailing by 10 rum when, the
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....... A. Kraan. game was rained out.
Clerk for beat Board No. 22.Augustine. Tuesday afternoon Bunnell
Se4ecthe Ssvke 9y.tem, k played! In Pieraon
Florida, explaineo Work I* being completed on
about how me sseieeuveServfee the local diamond. by the
System operates. and County Road Department *o
gave some valuable pointsfor that It is anticipated that
young men' to keep In game will soon be played at
mind. hoMf'
THe rates governing deferment
of military service' for OPCC TOURNAMENT ... a
cottage student were explain WINNERS TIE FOR aw

ed.Master FIRST PLACEThere
Sergeant Paul H. was a 'three.way tutor
Crisp, U. S. Air Forte Specialtot first place in the 9 hole
1 C Gerald Cook. U. S. medal play tournament at
Army. DCM-1 Ronald Holley.& Ocean Palm Country Club Saturday .
the U. S. Coast Guard and George Allen Bun
Staff Sergeant Jim Moody, veil Nag Abraham, Flagler I

U. S. Marine each gave a Beach, and Don E. Ford tied Kneeling from left to right Louis Mercer batboy; Dave Robinson Jimmie Glddens John
summary of the many for worthwhile for first place with a net 33 Taylor Frank Fleurie. Jim McNab. Ernie Johnson Mike Barber and Bryant Robinson, batboy.
opportunities enlistees
each. Standing from left to right: Coach Joe Kirk land. Bobby Nelson Dave Thompson George
in their
respectivebranches
or service, especially ended The blind in a two-way bogey. event tie also Bob Revels, Ray Krutz. Darrell Britt Henry Bowers, Saul Irvin. and John Cook Not pictured Bobby
Robinson Mike Robinson and Gerald Hosford.
and educational
occupational Cook Bunnell and R. A
advantages offered.At Tart. St. Augustine shared to be recorded at Ocean Palm. ,
the conclusion of the first place honors. Murray who has been play
talks the representatives answered Local golfer Rem Murray Ing golf for 18 years, reportedIt
students questions. scored the first hole-in-one was his first hole-in-one
after you see
STUDENTS STUDY
POETRY your doctor. .

Mrs. Laura Morris's fifth CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
grade students have completed bring yourprescription
a unit on poetry. Mrs. H. CRAIG Funeral Director 1 to
Morris submitted the follow- .
JOHN CAPO. Manager
ing poem for publication:
The Dream AIR OXYGEN

When I By was Paul asleep Klwala one night CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I ATTENDANT LADY I EQUIPPED 1fhUq f

A horrible dream gave me a AMBULANCES

fright.I Provisional BleI;.
dreamed I was a skeletonman Phone ID 7-3332

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
A 'holdln someone by the
hand.
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I pulled his brains out of his -- -

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And then I jumped half-out
of my bed.I .
thought for minute that I
would die
But all I had left was that -
one e>'(. } f
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The next morning I had a t
great scheme
To tell all the children about
that dream.

GURNEY ANNOUNCESFOR

U. S. SENATE
Congressman Edward Cur
ney. Republican from Winter
Park has announced his candidacy -
Ip
for U. S. SenateSen. I _
ator George Smathers has announced __
his retirement.

Gurney Is a former city __
commissioner and mayor of p '
Winter Park. Florida and was 1
first elected" to the Congressin
1902. He was elected to his
third term virtually without&
opposition in 19G6. ..,ala sport c.... (lo r..sdl, .DMr w.. It.Uoa egos

Gurney is a graduate of
Harvard Law College and Announcing the beginningof
holds a Doctor of Laws from


and Rollins he serves Labor College Committee on the In Education Congress and the the end of a great sale.March .

Science and Astronautics!

Committee Attorney General Earl Fair. 31st is the last day of your Chevrolet

cloth and former Governor dealer's Impala V8 Sale. So Hurry. -
Leroy Collins have announced
their Intention to seek the With the sale about to end and spring guards, color-keyed floor mats front and .
Democratic nomination for about to begin, there could hardly be a rear bumper guards front and rear on
I*. S. Senator better time to buy America's most popucoupes and sedans, front bumper guards

lar car. on station wagons).
REPRESENTATIVEREEDY Today through the 31st you can still
PACKAGE NUMBER 1 HASi
ANNOUNCESstate buy a new Chevrolet Impala V8 Sport The big Chevrolet 327-cubic-lnth 275
,Jf.
Representative Coupe. 4-Door Sedan, or an Impala
V8
horsepower engine plus PowergtideAutomatic
(Bill) Reedy announced Mon Wagon-specially equipped with popular Transmission.
day that he would be a candidate equipment-at sale savings.
for election to a What's store three additional popular PACKAGE NUMSCR 2 HASi
fifth term in the Florida packages of equipment are also available Power steering and power brakes.

House<< of Representatives" He at sale savings. The more you add. the PACKAGE NUMBER 3 HASi
represents" the 32nd district more you save. Power steering power disc brakes, and
Put.
which Includes Flagler. Lake AT SAII SAVINGS IVCRY SALE CAR HAS the Comfortilt steering wheel which ad-
Johns and
nam. SL Whitewall tires front fender lights appearance jolts to individual driver preferences.

counties.Reedy has been active as a guard group (includes door-edge It could be a great summer.

member of the Safety Com '
mittee. lie has proposed the IGM J Be smart. Ie sure. Buy now at your Chevrolet dealer's. ,
'poor-boy" road system. lie Is :
: Ask Chevrolet dealer about his Golden Truck
vice chairman of public roads '= .-...--.---your-- .. .......-.. ... Anniversary- .Sale
and highways committee.He .
has been active in civIc
work. He Is a member of N-iMS
the Methodist Church. Masons

PTA American Legion. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
Elk, and Klwanls.. Reedy has
been a speaker at Bunnell
Lions Club and Flagler Farm 200 S. STATE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE 4373131ABit4U
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SALUTE THE AMERICAN LEGION
Hew well this writer can remember that when he wa* a
youth he looked upon the American Legion as a group of party-
U. S. D. A. CHOICE
going veteran who wanted lo get together to talc about their
amorous experiences In "Gay Part You read' about wild adventure
.* at contentions and flfure the Legion wa' jot a fun SIRLOIN I STEAKS lb. $1.09

loving organisation.Then orT-BONE
came World War II. and this writer I became a veteran
and soon a Legionnaire. \Ve have not had a G. I. loon we
havent bought a G. I. house or attended. seheel under the G. I.
Bill, and fortunately have net needed the service of a Veteran
H08 tal. Pj"iimK( STEAKS lb. 49
But. after being a member of the American Legion for 22

year, we have seen the working of a greet service organizationIt
was this organization that promoted all the benefits that have
been made available to our veteran Many of them had to give Western "SELECT"
up their Job and home and education to respond to the call to

serve their country.It BEEF LIVER lb. 49"SPICED"
was the American Leglan that Mood up for their rights.
If you have seen Just one verteran hospital you are familiar
with some of the great service of the American Legion.
The American Legion serves the veteran of all wars. They
promoted the Veterans Service Office whereby each county has Lyke's "Sucar Creek" SLICED
a Service Officer who, will, take care of the need of veteran LUNCHEON MEAT
The Service Oftk.ofor11I apply for pensions for widow, checkout BREAKFAST BACON

disability claims process veteran loans under the G. I. (1-1% lb. AYI.)
Bill, etc. lb. 59ft lb. C
Working for veteran is only part of the American Legion BY.THE.CHUNK 1 Cello Pkl. 9"
program. While Flagler county may not participate in the entire
Legion service we have much evidence of it* ef
program '. Freah Florida Grade "A" D & D (21t4-2Y.. Avg.) LIMIT 2 KLtAStIb.
forts to promote Americanism.The
oratorical contest in which student study the United
States Constitution and prepare and deliver speeches before *
school assemblies, is sponsored by the American Legion. 6 Whole 29
Boys State, in which two Junior boys are selected each year .
to spend one week In Tallahassee at the capitol learning government
by participation, is sponsored by the American Legion.
Eighth grade citizenship awards are sponsored by the American -
Legion. SMOKED NECK BONES-TURKEY
The American Legion attempts to promote Americanism WINGS-OX TAILS 3 Lbs. $100
In the county by observing Flag Day and Veteran Day with a
parade and ceremony at the courthouse.The .
American Legion, during the month of March, is celebrating Bush's CUT No. 303 Can
Its 49th Anniversary. When we look around us and see MIRCLE WHIP
all the efforts being made to destroy Americanism and downgrade CREEN BEANS S For $1

patriotism, we are most thankful for this organization SALAD DRESSING
which both looks out for the interests of the millions of war Yamy SWEET No. 2t Can
veterans and promotes America.We For

salute the American Legion.John A. Clegg POTATOES 2 49C Qr: 39c


CLARIFICATION Del Monte 6Vt oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

lETTERSKI? It has that been our called editorial to our last attention CHUNK TUNA 3 For $I 00

TO THEEDITOR '- week referred to Mr. Max Forte
24 oz. BottleCRISCO
office' Counselor
as holding as SUN SPUNOLEO
the highest lay office' OIL Each 49c
In the Catholic Church. This
was intended to refer to the
Dear Editor: Catholic Church at Flagler Giant SizeJOY
There Is no doubt that the Beach. We regret that "In Each
election for two city commissioners Flagler Beach" was omittedfor 5ge Ib. d
resulted in a victory we understand that there 2. 33 Y
(in Qtra.
for the people of Flall.rlWat'h are many higher lay offices' in )
On.Incumbt"nt who the worldwide Church. We
MAXWELL HOUSE
has been active In the several stand corrected. We are glad
situations that aroused the that you are reading our editorials -
citizen to action was defeated so carefully.JAC INSTANT COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
and the other Incumbent
whoso term expired did not ---. 6 .
for re-election. THE MERCIFUL Golden Shores
run Jar 69C 8 oz Pk,.
They were" replaced by the BY Oliver r. Taylor. Pastor
former postmaster of Flag. Bunnell Mthodist Chinch Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order SHRIMP CREOLE Ea 390
ler Beach Mr. Rufus Miller The fifth beatitude is perhaps .
and Mr. Max Porte a successful the most easily acceptable Morton's 20 oz. Size
contractor In Flagler of the beatitudes. however -
Beach for the past 16 )'Nrs. in the day of Jesus this FRESH PRODUCE APPLE PIE 29c
Most people look for a big beatitude was as revolutionary .
Improvement in the business as the rest Various Golden RipeBANANAS
atmosphere of the City. groups of people expressed lb.
There were several resignations themselves against of ferinepity lOc PURE SHORTENING
at the City Commissioners compassion or mercy in
meeting< Thursday Bibk-al time. Even with our U. S. No. 1POTATOES BAKE RITE
night. March 7. 1908. Mr. W. understanding this beatitude -
Harrison resigned as City today pride regulates and 10 B.b.: 39C
Commissioner and was replaced keeps mercy as an undesirable 3 lb.
by Mr. Keene Gurnee who trait akin to pity. Yellow CookingONIONS 39c
ran fourth in the election.Mr. Jesus referred to mercy as
John Lalng resigned as a practice toward our fellow 3 Blbi: 39 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
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Chief of Police for personal man as opposed to hollow -
reasons and our City Judge words without real depth --- ,.
chose: this same time to turn and compassion. Therefore,
In his resignation. It was Christians are compelled
rather pathetic to hear the through love to respond someway
City Judge, who himself had or other than only with
been: repudiated at the poll Hp service to those In need.
by the voter 4 year ago attempt Christian mercy can accept
to extol the virtues of life with Its problem even to
the present<< commissions in the extent of Just punishment II
spite of the fact that only recently but It abhor cruelty. rill III (I
they had been reprimanded The laws of God are" more
by the County Grand rational and fair than many
Jury. people care to admit. Chris.
Flagler Beach has taken on tianity is not abstract but Is Phone
an atmosphere of cooperationand a guide for living for the OPEN SUNDAYS 437-3227
1* looking forward to a man of today. "Blessed are 8:00 a-nu 1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

much brighter future. the merciful for they shall Quantity Rights Reserved Price Good March 21, 22 23. 24
Angus S Reynolds obtain mercy' Matthew 5:7. and 25, 1968II






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B. H. S. SBunnell .__B... BUNNELL HIGH BASEBALL TEAM ;

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ion and male ....... aea sn. NOTES
teen years old or eMer aMsniml DCLAND CAME
an Armed ftnvte** Day RAINED OUTThe
Program Tuesday moraine to I
Bulldog run- went" t TiDeland >
hear ftpna I Rtattwa of me Saturday' afternoon
Armed Force and facie Local
to play DeLand They' were
Selective Service 00ard OwPpe.Mrs. trailing by 10 runs when the f a ,
Thomas A. Kraa. game wa rained' ot
Clerk for IDeal Board Net 32 Tuesday aftmoon Bunnell

Selective Service System, 9t played In "..,..&. t tro
Augustine Florida ....*..- Work I* Mac completed on J I + +
ed. about how me Secretive the local diamond by th..
Service System overate, and County Read Department > I
gave some valuable. pointsfor that it to anticipated the- !
young men to keep In games will soon be played ,0 mind. .
TM races governing deferment I
of military' servtee for OPCC TOURNAMENT 1.
college student were expiam- WINNERS TIE FOR

ed.Master FIRST PLACE ]
Sergeant Paul H. There was a thee-was u,
Crisp. U. S. Air Fore. Specialist for first place( In the 9:hoi.
1 C Gerald Cook U. S. medal play tournament .' .
Army. DCM-1 Ronald Hele>'. OtNnahn Country Club Saturday
the U. S. Coast Guard, and George Allen. Bun
Staff Sergeant Jim Moody. nelt. Nagl Abraham Flagler
U. S. Marine each gave a Beach and Den E. Ford tied Kneeling from left to right Louis Mercer batboy; Dave Robinson. Jimmie Oiddens John
aummary of the many worthwhile for first place with a net 33 Taylor Frank Fleurie Jim Mc.Vab. Ernie Johnson. Mike Barber and Bryant Robinson kM>>of.
opportunities for enlistees each. Standing from led to right Coach Joe Kirkland Bobby Nelson Dave Thompson George
I in their respective The blind bogey event also Revels. Ray Krutz. Darrell Britt Henry Bowers Saul nrtn. and John Cook Not pictured, Bobby
branches or service, especially
ended In a two-way tie Bob Robinson. Mike Robinson and Gerald Hosford
occupational and educational Cook. Bunnell and R. A.
advantages offered. Tart St. Augustine shared to be recorded at cyan Palm ,
At the conclusion of the first place honors. Murray, who has been playIng .
talks, the representatives' answered Local golfer Rem Murray golf for 18 years reportedit
students questions. scored the first hole-in-one was his first hole-inone.CRAIG .
after you see
STUDENTS STUDY r
POETRY your doctor. .

Mrs. Laura Morris's fifth FUNERAL HOMEA.
bring
grade students have completed yourprescription
a unit on poetry. Mrs. H CRAIG. Funeral Director Ij tokItdck4oK
Morris submitted the following JOHN CAPO. Manager
poem for publication I II
The Dream AIR I OXYGEXCONDITIONED b.
By Paul Kiwala LADY & I
When I was asleep one night CHAPEL A1TEI'IDArfT I AMBULANCES EQUIPPED : [) 4
A horrible dream gave me a I
fright. Professional. .
Phone ID 7-3532
I dreamed I was a skeleton

manA 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
'holdin someone by the
hand.I .
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pulled his brains out of his
head
And thf'lI jumped half-out w
of my bed.
I thought for minute that I rr

would die 1 .
But all I had left was that
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one eye.
The next morning I had a _
great scheme,
To tell all the children about
that dream.

CURNEY ANNOUNCESFOR I :
Ijr
U. S. SENATE
Congressman Edward Gur

ney. Republican from Winter .
.
Park has announced his candidacy
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for U. S. Senate Senator -
George Smathers has announced
his retirement
Gurney is a former city
commissioner and mayor of fffT5Lapoel
Winter Park. Florida and was
first elected to the CongressIn
1902. He was elected to his
third term virtually without
opposition in 1966. "pete ea.,. (=.,.... J. 4 o.. ...... atones w.=o.

Gurney is a graduate of
Harvard Law College and Announcing the beginningof
holds a Doctor of Laws from

he Rollins serves Labor College Committee on the In Educationand Congress and the the end of a great sale.March .

Science and Astronautics

Committee Attorney General Earl Fair- 31st is the last day of your Chevrolet

cloth and former Governor dealer's Impala V8 Sale. So Hurry.With .
Leroy Collins have announced
their intention to seek the the sale about to end and spring guards, color-keyed Door mats front and .
Democratic nomination for about to begin there could hardly be a rear bumper guards front and rear on
U. S. Senator better time to buy America's most popular coupes and sedans, front bumper guardson
car. station wagons).
REPRESENTATIVEREEDY Today through the 31 it you can still PACKAGE NUM1IR 1 HASt
ANNOUNCES buy a new Chevrolet Impala V8 Sport The big Chevrolet 327-cuek-focfl 273-
State Coupe 4-Door Sedan or an Impala horsepower V8 engine plus Powefffeia
(Bill) Reedy<< announced Monday Wagon-specially equipped with popular Automatic Transmission.
that he would be a candidate eqv+peient-at sale savings.What's .
for re-election to a more three additional popular PACKAGI NUMBER 2 HASt
, fifth term in the Florida packages of equipment are also availableat Power steeling and power brakes.
i House of Representatives He sale savings. The more you add. the PACKAGE NUMBER 3 HASt
I represents the 32nd district. more you save. Power steering power disc brake and
.; which Includes Flagler. Putnam AT SAIL SAVINGS EVERY SAU CAR HASt the Comfortilt steering wheel whkh adJusts *
St Johns and Lake Whitewall tires, front fender lights, appearance to individual. driver preferences.
counties. guard group (includes door-edge It could be a great summer.
Reedy has been active as a
member of the Safety Com-
mtttee. lie has proposed the I GM( I Be smart. Re sur.. Buy now at your Chevrolet dealer's. _ _
system.' He is LJ:: :
poor.boroad
dealer about his Golden Truck Sate.
vice chairman of public roads "= !' .._Ask-_._.your.----Chevrolet-..- ...............-.. .-.Anniversary.---.-..---.......-....-........--
and highways committee.
lie has been active In civIc ....IMSHALL.
work. He .. a member of
the Methodist Church Masons
PTA American Legion TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
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Elks and Klwanls. Reedy has
been a speaker at Bunnell
Lions Club and Flagler Farm 200 S. STATE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131
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JtffMNAQE SALE T FORMER RESIDENTDIES
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MAJtCT ... 1HAK LOW IN OCALA

The Flagler ...... Community. Day AM. PM. AM. FJt Mrs. feast Smftfc Befit 77.Ocla. .
\ .Memorial ONiisfc wW Jt 1:38 2eo 7:54 8:66 widow of Adolph Bee.
3t 2:. 3:12 9.66 9:18: .
ftr*
have aisummaffe sake PlMay rUftor County's Tax A*
and Saturday. Most tt-B 2t 3:54 4:24 10:18 10:24: .*.... died Wednesday fat
24 59 5:24 11:12 11:242ft
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from &f9 t. m until 948 p. Oeala.
m at the Flagler Beat Mo- 5:54 ':18 Moon 1159: She moved' to BwMM4t (n

el Everyone to invited to 1900 from Bxly, G.. a4 itsMed -
come ad browse. BIRTHDAY DATA here until IMS.Swrvtver .
Happr MrtMay tilts Wf8 to: include two eM,
INJURED IN FALL Today-Janet Ze....... Robert MIR Deer Ocala; and Gee.
.. Mrs. Nell Allen. suffered a Strylcer.Frkky. E. Deer Lake Park. Florida;
broken wrist when she fell -W. D. Jones. a 1IiM<<. Mrs. O. J. Barbee. ,
at her home last Thursday. Sunday-C O. (Maggie> W ayeress.' Ga.; few grand.ehiMren .
She was admitted to Bunneil Magee Amy Threadgili!. Lillian and four great
General Hospital for treatment Raggett.' Afdell W1 te. grandchildren
4 Her many friends wish Monday-Esther Jttengtfogt Funeral services' were Saturday
S her a speedy' recovery Karen Masay.TuesdayEthel. at BtumeH Methodist
Wiekline. Chweh. The Rev. Charles
IDLEWOOD CLUBENTERTAINED Craig Wilder. Kinder. Clennont officiated
t f Wednesday-Eugerla Allen Rev. Oliver Taylor pastor asssfed. *
'
1M." Chapter No.. 93 Order of Eastern Stay Omotrs Mrs W. W. Deco entertained Elizabeth Westfall .
installed the Id-lewood Club Tuesday Interment was at Espanola
Saturday are front row left
to
right Rita Diamond COLLEGE STUDENTS .
Carolyn Scott Henry Scott and Linda evening at her home Cemetery.WOMAN'S
Dupont Second rows Joe HOME
Moody Blvd.. Buunell Mrs.Deer .
Brack. Mary Smith.
Betty Leggett Alice Lowll and Wanda Met.ctr. president presided. Among the college students CLUB TO
C. M.Back LemettTACTAC Bow Wilma Brock. Ray Mercer. Myra Wadsworth and ""Toluan was the topicof home during the Spring Holidays OBSERVE CLUBHOUSE
the devotional presentedby are Scott Crews, HeidiEteenbach
CLUBORGANIZED Mrs. Dave Ferryman and Buss) Me- ANNIVERSARY
AT Mrs. Pat Nobles and children chaplain Knight all of FSU; Zachary The Flagler Woman's Club
FLAGLER BEACH and Debbie Lane spent Mrs. Charles Chambers, Holland and John Johnston will have a "Birthday Party

A small group of adults Sunday at Six Gun Territory. thence chairman reported Abraham Baldwin College; Wednesday, March 27 at 1 p.
and youths met last week in at the Idlehours Brenda Murray. Berry College; m. to celebrate the tenth anniversary
Flagler Beach to J. B. and Pauline Gamble Playground was In need of David Brown. University of of the clubhouse
organize
some youth activities. The and son Bryan of Live Oak repair. Florida.A and honor all past presidents
were the weekend'
mute (Adults i and Youth houseguestsof Discussed a social for memo of the organization.Mrs. .
Activities: Club Youth Mrs Edna Carroll and her bers and guests in April Mrs. dozen large eggs weighsa R. K. Hirst is In charge
son. Carl Carroll Tom pound, eight ounces. of the
Lenssen.
name of the club was derived Mrs. Gordon program.
from Youth Actions Corn- Friends of Shields and Mrs. Louis Stef- 9..l zz..I.!. .I
Mrs. Wllda Har- ------------------
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Anyone are in charge of
interested arrange
In the
gett will be
to
Yac-Yac sorry learn she ments.
Club
Walt and Rose Eberhardlnger may contact Is a patient at the Halifax The hostess served a sweet TO THE VOTERS OF
Hospital in
or Paul and Betty Burge of Daytona Beach. course' to Mrs. Perry-man Mrs.
Flagler Beach.Duane Lenssen. Mrs. Steflik. Mrs. FLAGLER COUNTY
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hack. Shields, Mrs. Chambers Mrs.

Deen returned home Pittsbugh. Pa. were recent Martin McDaniel. Mrs Dale I hereby that I
houseguesu of Gene and announce am a candidate for |
Mary Brown. Mrs.
Tuesday from Rent Murray and
Ramsey N. J.
where he visited several days Hart of Flagler Beach Mrs. Myrna Knight re-election as Supervisor of Elections subject to

with his uncle, Roy Cisco. Mrs. The April meeting will be nomination in the Democratic Primaries in Ma,. J
Maggie
Rushing at the home of Mrs. J. T.
East Palatka visited here
, Tommy Holden Caudill. Monday with Mrs. John Kinney HargettMr. Your vote and support will be greatly ap :

I :I spending University several of Tennessee, is who is a surgical patientat and Mrs. Don Cartmlll predated. I pledge that I hall continue to serve ] I
days herewith
I'' his grandparents Mr. Bunnell General Hospital and son Jim of Tampa visited the office to the best of my ability. *
I f and Mrs in Bunnell
Tom Holden. Mr. Tuesday with
and
Mrs. Howard Mc her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. MARY E.
Donald, SMITH
, Weekend houuseguests of Anderson Indiana. B. Johnston. The Cartmills recently
::1 Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Howell who ler Beach are staying Trailer at the Flag moved to Tampa from SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONSPaid
were Mm Myra Hall and Park have Plant City where he is u.ati'N"dJ.wtth
I as their
guest Lavone Mc
Mrs. Bonnie Barrow the Florida
of Ocala. Donald of Detroit Mich. Highway Patrol. Political Adv.

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ANNOUNCING If. wP P. A. "Zip"



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THECandidacy 9 : EDMONSONFOR




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of MJH SHERIFF










It has been my privilege to serve as your Sheriff for the past 3 years.


In the past I have served Flagler County 4

years as Constable, 2

years as a Deputy Sheriff, 2 years as Chief of Police, and 2 years as the

first Marshal of Flagler Beach.




With 13 years of experience in law enforcement in Flagler County

I feel that I well ,
am qualified to seek re-election as your Sheriff:



I sincerely ask for your support in my candidacy for re-election.





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P. A. (Zip ) EDMONSON


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Ffeftor.. B.a. CMy CMB- ...fat Beaek UeM -
misi.n sees at 7:36 p. m. ...7JS... p m. at Htgtfi Res- WE GIVE Rights
na.M Cbwity Nuntncamto ., Htokway & A-I-A.
o.w.etl at 9 L m. at The" 11Dalens Star will meet METTSThurs. eee
ttte IhtMMiI Methodist. at 8 p. iw. at the Masonic TOP Good
The Friendly drcte wilimm Hall. Bay Street' BtmtelL ., Fri., Sat.
at 8 p. m. at the home Bey Scent Troop Ho. 495
of Mrs. Resely. Cameron. 466Lee meeting claW. VALUE and Monday,
MeoI'P Street' BvRMlI. Mrs. W'f'dMMay-lareob 27 SUPER MARKET March 21, 22, 23
Btakely and Mrs. W. W. FkigJer Woman's Club meetsat STAMPS and 25, 196S
Deen will present the pro. 1:00 p. m. at he clubhouse
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
gram. 184 & Central Ave. Flagler Phone 437-3201
Saturday-March 23. Beach.
Woman's Club Sidewalk Boy Scout Troop No. 472
Florida Grade "A"
Art Show 10 a. m. Sp. m. at meets.
Flagler Beach Municipal Hall Flagler Beach Methodist
Admission free. Mens Club "Ham Dinner". 5
Monday March 25! Ill 7 p. m. In the Church fellowship .
Royal Neighbors will meetat hall.
7:30 p. m. at the home of
Mrs. Herbert Allen, N. Railroad Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Matherly FRYERS 29
Ave.. BunnelL and daughter Beth and
Tuesday March 26 Karen Clegg spent the weekend .
Bunnell Lions Quo meetsat at Lake Wales. They attended Lb.Whole.
12:15 at the Bunnell Civic the Passion Play and
Center for their regular visited Bok Tower

in Bag

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I would like to thank the voters of Flagler
County for the opportunity of serving you duringthe STEAK STEAK BEEF

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rmOUEB TIME TMVM. MAftCK 21. lies FLAOLER BCAOfSLBMfiNTAKr and. cadets. The cadet program cy Strkfclaii4. Mm Wd
f SCHOOCHOIHM provides boys and girls 13-lft worth >rlah.a W.eha. ItatyWent
CAW Of THAMKS wonderful facility in FlaglerCounty. years of age with trainingand Mena Wes,
ROLL actlvttte In aetsapspeedueatlon Wally Wilkins Hfcmia Will.
I wish to eNprew my thanks My heartfelt tfcantw ate to The fatlawinc tw...,-... .leadership dIIIks. Isms
to Dr. CtMkarts and Dr. JPatW Antonio ...-. these students n.mes have boom aortal activities. tad numerous .
Blanton and all the nurses who served at .+...... Geld placed on HIT' honor rail tMiMX other pfOffMVM.lllv9fVttV9Q Aayate 1fHIALA1'IOff' ""nIUArt
and other personnel of the 1Mt number oC frtssMlswho WVM4M period, : In n.imb..lIp OC MEW A9WYVON AT
Bunn+il General Hospital for remembered ua by their Grade '-<'a'- aa,. Information eoncvrning the BVWffBLL HOSPITAL
the manner In which they massages of condovenee, HaaMi Vlcttt ..... Gwen Greene. JseMiller. CAP program is aafced to contact Dr. John Canakaris announces .
card. for my wife during her card and other donation Freak Reynolds, DMf Spongier Earl Rice or the appointment of
lone Illness We are indeed during our hour of need. 1'IIIomM. Steve Watson aM Carey Holland.BUNNELL Mr. John Welsberg to the staff
fortunate In having such a Herbert Puller Hal WMtetwr of Bunneil General Hospital
GrMe4.cty PHmett.AuaH Mr. Wetoberg will have the
HIGH
ffcemncr. and MIIIP
BARNES] SEA FOODOpen C....... HONOR ROLL a rtiiponeiMlity department of of developing inhalation

Grade I-htt BtyaaMt.Chryl f Fourth Six Weeks) Therapy at Bunnetl General
Thursday Thru Saturday 5 till 10 p. m. "_dna and Sharon Students mUltI haw a 90 Hospital. Mr. Weisberg has
Sunday 12 Noon till 10 p. m. Faye. or ..bowIn each and *WNPfysubvert. spent the lat six yean In the
Gfa.tIet.0 Roynolds.Mifee para-medical Held and .Is a
Abbott. Rodney Law. member of the American As*
SPECIAL THIS WEEK Senior Kith School-Grades
Terry Stryk<<. Frank &rya 1012. seetorion for Inhalation Ther-
Pamela Thoma Cheri Hanna
Robert Creal Revwca IMir- py.Inhalation.
Southern Fried ChickenAll and logy Y.1*",. ranee Janet H......, Nancy Therapy is a new
Hargett. Jeanne HiMiniwMh- and rapidly. advancing para.medical .
You Can Eat $1.50 LOCAL CAP MEMBERS am. Gwen King Beth Matherly I Stud which M deli
ATTEND DISTRICT MEET Ann Meekine. Karen rated" to the early detection
Flatter County Civil Air Pa- Moody Tony Parker. Terry and treatment of respiratory
Roast OystersAll Ire members Jan Spangler. Rawlins Carol ToMnoend, JoAnne diseases gunnel! General
Earl Wee Dave Glenn and' WIIeon. HospHal will soon have almost
You Can Eat $3.00 Jim Hicks. attended the Group Junior High School-Grades all of the latest equipment .
6 Area meeting In New Smy ,.s. used in this field and
rna last week. The monthly Sandy Abbott Lila Alien.Hetene will rank with many of the
HOMEMADE BISCUITS WITH HONEY area meetings are conducted Bryan. Mary Ce k. larger .hospitals. in ability to
to Insure coordination of CAP Barbara Cowart. Nancy Creal. t'8pl'A1th respiratory diseases.. .
FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISHBONE Squadrons both In HAt and Minnie Dt>fon. Kathy Harper.
central Florida and on state Ronnie Herring Cheryl' Kin- HERLONG
'- STEAKSSouth and national levels. ney. Lyna Knight Debbie OUT OF RACE
The Florida CAP Evaluation JehRtlOR. Suzanne SfIson. Congressman A. S. ?<<.
Exercises was the topic dis Kirk Robertson Davey Solo- long has announced\ over the
of St. Augustine 4 mile on US Hwy. 1 cussed TIle annual event .to men. Betty Steflik. Donna weekend that he definitely
At Moultrie-Sign on left conducted by the United S4 fllk. Elaine Tucker Denlse will not be a candidate for
States Air Force to examine Tucker Stella Weaver, Deborah re-election as Fifth District
and rate the Florida Wing's White.Elementary_ Congressman."
efficiency widespread School Grades There had
conducting been much speculation -
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missions. All Flagler county Chip Brooks. Sherry Buckles run due to some changeson
ON TIMECERTIFICATES CAP members are requestedto Dale C1 le. Billy Creel Lisa the powerful Ways and
501 participate kn the event Hall Chuck Harding. Gary Means Committee on which
scheduled for March 3031. Harris Debbie lIoldrl-d,.. II.Ioneould be a ranking
according to Jan Spangler. Jackie Jones Paula Klwala. member Pressure had been
VOIUSIA MINIMUM SLOOO 90 DAYS commander.The Cathy Mayfleld. Anita Moore. exerted from many sources to
COUNTY local CAP SqquadronIs Jan Perry man. Tammy Robertson convince Herlong he should
NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY conducting a recruiting Daphne Rodgers. Jay run again. However he said
BANK program for senior membe rsRodgers, Daniel Steflik, Mar- he would not change his mind
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Y...:, <._-> L"in: a.n ELECTRIC WATER HEATER ,1; ar /
DISTANCE "LETGEORGE convenient place:) and forget it. under tho lnk-in a closet
anywhere. FLAMELESS.. to it needs no flue. Fully automatic:
MEANS Quiet Cleanest ever. Svper-ufe for precious peace of mind.
DO IT!" Cheaper to buy.cheaper to use. And of course it give you
NOTHING! all the hot water your family needs. No waiting. No fUHing.
You Just take plenty/ of hot water for granted.
We Fay Pattofl iotK Ways
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Use DBF Save-By-Mail" Service .
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TALENT SHOWThe Various form of talent will 7-Tsc F AOLIIIIt 7 C MAMK M. Iflu

Cc.:ior III Future TMeftClub h* hayed and troaMo.

gels of kuwrtl MidiMwoi will bps gtvw fw ..... .w..d, 1MN&L .un"1......Tm5thnee -MM*I.-ANYM/M.._DIM"rL
an* thM ptee wfcmm.TV -
CLASSIFIED
will apMoor a Tak* toss OH... H( 1155 tSV

Shew at MM klfh tehcei armStr4ay 4.Mled ..Me will ben cwvwn.
.public totavtt** and a
...... March ADVERTISING I h. ..m.... ..fM fttir cf 4
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Mil I f .
adtaaMsm will" ..i t h. .1" .. Uuiinell. Flo1In ,9<< s. Itch
T:. p. BL 1 N R IC.,... ofLL
...... the civic Comer BwtMaM. N .
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II; .r before 4N B. M. M tko tat'Iv
-- <>f April. A. D I.... .. r"t: ... .....11.
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I'' he duty trwfc
% y vM-tr AIX.IKK I >NH \.
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with the f.51ow/tit aOetaoA.tmna CLAIM* I
AOAINirr MAIN BKTAl_
RATE-4c per wert.' Wa4se.hl.s .. Mln ti V. W.-,.... Tar TOM and eh of yam .,* beef, I
lf ; Wheel$55"rrunt hy notified nnd required to it
+ge pH Mcoe 31.60. Tire*--i... S phr any claim .ind drmaad whichyL
.,, It.., Tire*-___..., !.jlr. or ......., of jroM. May bo v.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning drain .... ISO |T P. Mpat aaM rN.t.tee aVe
.''1'< ; .tlternalor-SS AHRattorr .. of Honorable T K Me KMgM.
;: ..*. hvrtalM; RouUtterHMil -TO Am*. <<*>waty JunWe ..f ".*.... <'owaVUr.
,. i sfceM. Na onaM arieea. rreok Air ......... at his u... in the
) ; WHIt ("'.... Mlrrwre. rfanae In Hunnell. Florida. IrE
Call George Ja.roa.3tM A ...... ea a k el* ralendar month t..
w. f 8.1. Irks tn"I.( ....' t........ UM* of the trot puMlrallon of
StNONC k's tmrk to ... .......... (11 the. notice Bach claim or *-
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t. Moj d writ he In ,

msi "! ltt.. h* P. a B.Imr SISSirir, contain the .pl.. ... of .tM
MEBSE NURSBtYLrt ....... rolMiatolfy sad poat .... aid..
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apt
claimant and niHot ... sours to
: I** .help beautify Flatter dttte hjr the rUlmaat.. Me
or
/ ath bM .Mil ho ..... t.i adjant
e> tho snail
0MRtr. Large variety of vr- atNra.l. <>r salt! ha
to the Oly 4>NMNM.iMBr P. _
,1 ..cen.. Pa.... hedge p4eMn2wike Bo* TSa. sau..al. ."......... tseie.Mrked BIKMNUTON BANK AND

R set"' ........ an "BM 01 ..., Duty Tttl'IT ty HIAWT
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-Ty.e Trvrk 11w t'Ny ml A. TMelhort
1 U. S 1. Feb. 15-tfc e.............. rem.o.rlsht "- Ii'A ThMheH. TrtlM CMkrw
to rwjMt Mr sad all Mfi runt lllMlrallon Jt ...,. ...
FOR SALE- Large cemete sad to .rf S tlw Mil thai ta IM MCLANIi B GNAW
1wes.s.wt wNI bo ts* (MM f O Rot tM
cedar eheet with beautiful Ye.Af'tII'N UlvrMit of tM (' t-of b.ar.II.w Rvnnell. ": .. lIsleAttorney

earvfoe on front 3M P't r.... fur IVlltlonar
ITre nn ar .... sad ... Feh {*. Mar T. 14. II U.
Best Moody<< Btvd. 3.U.21.21p. ,1.1 s.al lbly .It" day .5 ..... -
A I' I.... U3tUL A111s31ITluDMOST1v !
,, SINGER DIAL O MATIC /./ MtaMton R ....... MQM
1 JMypf ......1.. ........ TMH I IHI'I IT .III HT tilt
CONSOLE MODEL SENSING .' Fl.lltl.KH I I)1T1. 5'LIIt.
b, + v v/gM.c a o MACHINE. MUM place In ., .... ,..r* i". 11M,...... lilt
t<. 1'U y C ,., I It II. '.T.... \<>. S4I1JSMRNT .
yew area. A-I shape 2tgZafflo kW..r II. 2.. H. MrI : I' Jk'IitH.Ilalwtiff., .

make button holes .
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LEGAL
"O"ERTIJIaJIIllllt'l'rHU..11t
fancy' design. sews on buts JAMS A Iv,.*'M.

.::t. tens appHeque, monograms, I..fudsM.I'r1 .
..\.TITI TIO 'I.Til > t: IIP .t IT MI rnoi.
; ;. ete Sold new! for oveer 1300. Aws. ,'It".I"T HK 'OTKIIWMBHKAR Envy
1!' '.. ::: Must SACRIFICE. Jut pay L b 'III f. 151*. TO JAN A. nwMH'e
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:'.e"T > "OTII t1 .CE1'1 tLS.LKlT1oN IT Rod wed AVMHMPatteraon.
balance $Q1. or assume $8. New Jervar
monthly Will take te.. ....... .,. Tow are h.rlbsltrlae thatan
payments of IMS. ......., the t'.Ii.IHuton action for .......... has been
'r older machine. In trade. Call .f ItM of the !Hut of .......... ".... a..,.... yea and yM ar*
Credit Manager COLLECT _sod Last. Joint 5M..lwlk.n rea wired to sieve py of your
Nombrr N-X/SSI propo.tns an written defenaeo. .I-air to It,
.-.w..w w--- Jacksonville 353-1946 any. aa.n4t tO tit. (VM..tltVtl.n on Norton .. Altornay
time Will deliver no obll,.. of the I t.t. of Florid. >n.. It for Plaintiff./ t":addreoa I*
... ...,.... to by w vote of thee.- IH HiMith (Iramlvlew Avo .
Volkswagen's automatic stick shift. tlon. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 28-4U fourth *ot. of all lh. mml>.r. Hay ton* ........ florIda. and Mie IH.
.a-ttod to ..rh hou... TIN Tct. I ho orUlnal with the Clerk of
It's easier to use than it is to FOR SALE. Rent or Lease .n MM Joint R...|"||... w.r. tho above .tried Court on or be
say.It's _t.ro.d upon their. resp.etlvo fore April t tart!. .,...,.... a
2 bedroom, Florida room. JvurnU. wlh the yr.f sod nay Judirment may bo entered
beach house with carport. Ph. thereon and they did tt.t.rnM aaralnit you for the relief demanded
Md dlrrrt that the ..KJ Joint In the. Vmutalnt or lot -
4373472. Mar. 7-TFC Revolution he ubmlld to lhu It ton.
4wlor of th* mat of Hurls WITH II$$ my k...d *nd Ih.
quite a mottthH hn'r It? FOR SALE-Desks, tables at a Hpwlal Klvrtton to b* held .eal of aald I'axirt thla Xllh. day
on slay T. "... of February, !
Bvt fence you(Ht by tfc* NIN, 'the rest h ear/ card flies, cabinets, chairs. NOW TUBRBniHe. I TOM UBOfHIli M. 'Mnn()!'. Clerk

There Isn't a thatch pedel to coftttd with. steel shelving, dorks: copier AIUUH. Hrcrrtary of JUato of (Real)
file air the Hlal* of KlorMa. do hr t r By /./ Julia R Harvey
And for oH procfieal purposes you can drive" blueprint compressor al. ittttlr* that. a p4al .! e- Deputy Clark
everywhere winSo shifting. misc. office equipment. Lehigh lion will tw heM In oarh In Florida on the tWvrnlh
Phone day
Portland Cement Co.
On the. highway, you shift one*. (TIM Is H. on of Map. ItM for the ratUtoationr LEGAL AUVKMTISRHK1ITI
.
feeler 439 3353. Mar. 7, 14. 21, 2S-4tc r*)elton of the MM Joist
overdrive you 90 ,yewr .n irn goes slower:, -- fI..u'... propoclnc an amendment TUB riHCI'IT C-OIBT Or*

end ya r owtomortc bug won't turn IMo on oyfo STEREO CONSOLE to the 'on.tHutton of the KLAbLKH tUlMTV. FLOH.
",... of Flurtda. VUNo. IDA
matte hegiAnd WITH RADIO I .. I ._ .%*. SU
when the going g4 rough l1&. up a ridkulev Take up payments on 2 month HKNATK JOINT Hiitcol.VTlOS CAHOLINK HtlllK!

( V steep hill),you can shift into low. old beautiful stereo console A Joint NO Heootuthtna SIX/N llalntirrIIKHMAN va

Whet could bo.....'? like new. 4 speed record amendment to Mention prepo.ins 2 of MARTIN MURK

stick shift ; changer. Balance due $68. or A.ttx II of the talo oonitl. liefendantTHB .
On tH owlomotic Ii
tiling: on Cftien.So tutu.. to permit Tirrl/'e: TO ...:"....II
af
apiMtntmeAt
yov'H have to poy a little mort. pay $8 a month. Phone COLe the vuiierlfitendeiit of .tOoela Ine.eh HlrtUAN STATK'OK ru'whiA. TO:
LECT Jacksonville 3531M6anytime. tftetrtet.Pe WARTIM OffKK
But compared to other arM ea.It't a betaoin.B f...u.Sosst .
No obligation. A-l It AMolved 'by the tf 5lattr. /- .......... IlllnoUTon
with owtomatic' stick thifV In- .
we
aiM every of the Male of KtorMt:
Music Center 1606 Main St.. Thai the following ar* here no tilled .tth.: :
cWe o remarkable money-tsving devices a men daunt cult has e4 ** ,
Jacksonville. Fla. ta MerlhMi 2 of Art trie Xtl o.f In the above enlHIed cause; and
AVoHrwogen. 7 H :21 28-4tc the Male CvnvtltMtlon U rise you aro hereby required to die
March. .... Inal three-fovrth ,1.t all
your answer with the Clerk of
member* of the Henale and ., ,.... I.....'.. and to _... a copy
PalatkaBoyer PORTABLE TYPEWRITER the HOUMof nepreorntallvea de- thereof IK
plaintiff
upon
Remington Lightweight good termine that an .....,.-r ruulrltMC .- Halnlirr ."0'''''., whoa* ..._or
an earl4ertkMi by and address I*
condition. Has balance ofSI. the rl.rt..r.f the Mat* otbta.: Mavrtre Wa.nerIII
.lid that Mid ..
.
Volkswagen $ or pay 57 per month. Ph. .lIb.. ........ tu the.amendment.....0'* of Hurlelvh Mill. Florida AvenueHolly

'. COLLECT Jacksonville 3S3- PlacIda for ritlftt-alkMi. or rD- riot later than April '. A. I'.
111 S. Highway No. 19 :: 6001. Will deliver without Kr Irrlton held al a Aerial eleetlMI to IMa.
on May T. Del .w.l lhstIwblie.tk.n If you fall to do eD. Default
..f not lee be ....
obligation.March ffUmHMlton will entered aJMh' **( INMI H.r
7. 14. 21, 28-4tc 2. '*> 'rlnl....... *f the relief d.wandrd In the Mil
rnooUi ..,.... of _plal t. The nalur of eaMrait

EFFECTIVE APRIL 1st Cemetery Lots For Sale- In i-a.h M-Hool dMrh-t ,Motet hews for i>IV..MiKWITNHIW .

Lot 127: (2 spaces>)> in Sec. B-l :<-t::...be He a *N a:n tterlf IHI>tr el 4e4i-t rted Ml of .r'i. and aeal
of aaM t>. dky of
Mon. thru Fri. $1.75SATURDAY in Volusia Memorial Cemetery the>.rn''Med by law M .wd1 y %r F.br sy. A l) INIT.illwlti5sp .
number of which to a matTttH'
Daytona Beach. Contact ..r tour for : M M171)fTIlerk
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Hal-rents a lorm N>.r at ..
III ilrrwM Court
2.00 Mrs. W.'if I Is. Tel. 437- year. ..r when t.,..".....d by torn <...... Heal)

3387. Mar 14, 21. 2H. 4.4.4tc I law a.,.ro h.P4t rhttl br vo<.dtMrttf.of( thiseleetora Wy.5' JttlU SleekWarrh K. Harvey

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-.rI.tt of urI..k T. II. II. M. 4I
( CHILDREN . $1.50 ) WANTED IMMEDIATELY hall be employed by lb..A..l l
bnaM. a* provfct. J by M r. HIyd1
MAN Oft WOMAN to
supply loral law he l.EUIt. AIISIItT1uHwI)5T
may ripsSi
FLAGLER BEACH consumers with RawleJgh v..6.. of the. eWlur* only sIN r
It Ka horn In effort for three 1% Tin I Ul %TtIIIIIIT "'IH.I"'I
Products In Flagler County orhnRtIi. >-,.- i> tai. StN 51.11.-
BARBER SHOP Can earn $50.00 In !...! I IMTt.. ......KIIt'
any m koul tWflrt wh.r. rlliinTI: %.. MMKatale
weekly part time $100 and up this oIKre of ...nirl>t>in ll to ofIROKlUC
'....11.. .. .. CU
ap t
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Highway AlA OPPOSITE PIER full time. Write RawMgh of I hi. ._"",-"t. It 4aJI Mk. I*-ra..d MiHMir.
tlnue, .., until. its .... .
FLC 3fiO 336 Tenn. ii
Memphis U 1. T' I
YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE WILL BE ..ha....... In w< r.irdanre withertlon (h1. T W r. dllor.N'.nlrult.
Mar. 14. 28. Apr. 1*, May 2 aun hat InS 11 II. -**' alt

APPRECIATED 4fp.FOR 1 IS TKKTIMOVr WHKH>R a alnat aaM ..? w
I hat* Hriunli You aid ..'.4bI:
-- > art Mwkdind
.. my ,( you. ...
are her.aMtVlV
'fl. d the 0 It MotlBerf
SALE-Baby Parakeet | at Meal of ,.. elld
----- $1..1. .r n..'.... at Tallahaooeo rrquird t* |..rrw&h -
J2.00 Healthy Mock. Will the ''''1'.1. Ihla 7th day W! lLrUrSM d.ws.wdw
make nice Batter grits Phone lar.h.. A. l) Ml : !:-.t sari ttal .utvw_ aAslw.r
sa y, d.
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NOTICE
Debbie MeekhM. 439-2006. .. pMSNr'sin 1)
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Tom Adam to the
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Mar. 21. ltc. UecreUry of Mat : ..t,. use.n
let forth in Flor. Ih. .ur' ,...... .
Pursuant to provisions, a. risKtrr la ...... ..

ida Statute., Chapter 193.201, as amended by the Rug-runner-green tweed $1.49 HASTINGS MATTRESS .ta ......t.'owwlr.. f,..."."......" '....wttll..i.. ..r

1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee per yd. Rayon scatter rugs, & UPHOLSTRY 1It:'..'pvWiraltow i at llt. neck...
assorted colors stops WORKS .. :: tK d.al.tod '
Agricultural Assessment and ii .: sod mw.t -r.:.
requesting an .tale
, or Agent U.69. Jerry's Furniture, Old 710-12 Lemon St adrl 1,1".a.af ..... .........

shall fill out a prescribed form. Dixie Hwy.. 2 ml. S. of Komna. Palatka. Florida h.. r...."ut' eh. ... .u

Thi. application pertaining to Florida Stat. Ph. 4J731W. 3-21-Itc Phone EA 5-9166 h/s will 1...a..... :tJ ..r n'It

for Agricultural Furoi hue Iw wi .. t..
utes 193.201 is specifically a request UpholUrln
Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and PoMM For .w-'J'1wop Shetland Repaired & Refinished i I.M'Ir.l. tHI........... ..a sareb :I.

has relationship to the County Zoning for land ponies. Ph. fIT.3818. Mattresses & Box Springs c..... w. $4em.y
no Mar. 21 28 ..
2tp. Nod ,
use. to Order. Also Renovated ....'If..

Property owner must file this applicationeach PH8B TSLKMtOKe DfftBC- Call Laura Morris <477-331)< 1,1.I' .... a .....

to the County Tax Assessor, between TORY f.+ r 1988. Call 438.2936ftr Alter ,:00 P. M. Httns..il O. N.tt. t lorie.IN

January year first and April first, so that the County ", 6 p. m. tic PRICES REASONABLE U,..,_,. .,for .,.........,..ter2
BUDGET PLAN IT _:.'_ II. Ayr I. 1111
the NEEDED -
Agricultural Zoning Board may consider ape ------- _ :_

Agricultural classification.. FOR RENT 5 Room furn- Jut as Mar as your PrY J
plication for Y J .18"_
lobed ha use In South FlaglerBeaeh. Phone or Post Office O.
Tax Assetter's F. ALFORD
available at
Application forms are Call 439.244 at night Drop Us a Card or Call

Office. Itc. Free Pick-up & Delivery Registered

DONALD R. MOORETax .. Real Estate Broker

j I Assessor Soccer Is played with 11 Raleigh ls North Carolina's BomieU. Florida

men on each team. capital

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8-HE rmotsH 7IftIM.. MARCH at. l61 New9a4....,. March ri at leaSt. rseiod wood Friday.i orec TOMMY
- 8.-00 p. m. at the Daytona the death 01 her .brother. WHfJ MWMMr
RED CROSS DRIVE Peek: JUV. u..I AMertoa. leach Uadahfll A group of Rhodes Auwysn. who pared 01 aM verse's.
bntol: Mr*. Drink 0 dy. Maw Eighty atedvnt will participate away M hi home M Cabin Class A mat.hilt play ,.....
WORKERS NAMED creek: MN. Otis ......,. 1pspans. in the Mk musical pro- Oeek. W. Va.MrM day at Ocean Palm County
Mi*. Vernon Hainea and .: MrM aM MN. AMJIIarIMIaM ........ lenysn. WM she unite Club WM AM Ruing with a
MIL Jasper White, Fla.lsr Drumand, : Mrs The musical u orrtiins a et Mrs YwPe .mM.k. ..... 4T.
County co-chairmen: 01 the led Albert ........ Pla.tor'Bcelibuatoea collection of modern folk nor.. and Ma JWttta 'fldweil nvrry wreelts was let place
Cress Drift will be assisted district: .... A. G. hymns with a religious dUlove nap.r' loch.SleUTS winner and Alma Fy*> was
.by die following volunteerworhsrs Joarra Paintaes lUll: Mrrs .between a group of itesnd in the ChMs B play
in soliciting funds Ward Martin* Berotiy leash: Christian youths and a ifcafvtieal I.ews. went to Dot Head.The .
die week of March .... The aM Irs. M. B. NeitWrt Cilrtwrr9ek young man WO* &ATFlaglet Women's 3-., tewiM-
cIrM ire sponsored' by tM tioa. Heidi Bsenbach. daughter mot scheduled lor March
Matter Woman's Club. of Mt. and Mrs. C. B.. Klsen- leach Boy. SeMIt 2'1'-' M has been postponed until
volunteer workers are Mrs. h OwCfl naa. WfnWII Liai A JV< PT at Troop He. 496 rrtenebns .had a May 13. QuaWytng dead-
Hairy Atkinson and Mrs Hu- FlU STH9CNTS Flu will perform with the workday Saturday at the Hue for the tournament Is
beet Pellicer. co-chairmen croup. 3S according to reporter
April
TO PRESENT M9MCAL name of Mfs. George Carter
for the Bunnell rMidentlalaM Del Read.Mrs. .
; Mn. Victor JIud(.... Florid Slate University BEACH RESIDENTS Troop mtmbtrs worked all- Virginia Seicfert. Or-
Bitttneli business &tiItrld: Baptist Student UnIon MUAarf cnwvXudents BROTHER DIES day on the yard cleaning pro meAd was welcomed as a new
MIl. Jinn JNrMN. St. JehM will present' "Good Mrs. Cora Pomroy. Flagler Jtoct member


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