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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: April 4, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. W NO. 14 THUBSDAT. APRIL 4. 19CJ JUG A TEAR



I MANY COUNTY CANDIDATES SENATOR RICHARD B. STONE COUNTY CALLS FOR


QUALIFIED FOR PRIMARIES AUTO INSPECTION
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BUILDING BIDS
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James O. Craig history Instructor board.
", : The Board of County Commissioners
at Bunaeil High Jimmy L. Field Fiagler p.-- in regular session.
School, qualified Friday fee Beach Is a candidate for Justice / : ,
:: Monday morning approved a 1
Superintendent of ruNIc In. of Peace. This U his first :'' ,
motion presented by Cern.misalonf'l' -
struction. He Bunnell bid for office
came to a county though .
Louis Steflik caM ;
eight yean ago and served he has been a candidate' for .
? ing for bids for the cvxwEruction
two years as Supervising Fteg4er Beach City Coramis "
of the building to be used -
PrindpaL He has a B. S. degree ten In a prior election (
,"., j for auto and truck Inspec
from Ouachlta University Anthony Kahlert. owner of :
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J tions. The equipment wasplaCf'd
and M. A. from Peabody Mil-ton Motel in Bunnell is \ :. ; on order a month ago.
College with, major in school a candidate for County Commissioner r i!): : The is
N inspection program
administration. in District 3. This Is
the result of legislation recently
Shelton Barber, retiring his first venture In politics. ii"J"iffP""
passed requiring regular
Mayor of Bunnell. has qualified Ills district Includes South
I Inspection by state approved
for office of Clerk of Cir Bunnell. Haw Creek and Ko-
Inspection stations of
cuit Court. He has served on TOOL
all motor vehicles using the
the Bunnell City Commission Harry Atkinson, owner of
public highways. The bids are
for the past six years. Bunnell Motor Company, has
returnable on April 12th.
Mrs Cora Buckles has qualified qualified for County Commissioner
for re-election as Judgeof District No. L Atkinson tj"1' The Clerk reported that Circuit

Small Claims Court She served four years on the Bun Judge W. L Wadsworthhas

was appointed to this positionlast nell City Commission during ,:/:'\ reported that certain circuit .

year.Duane. which term he was elected J '} court furniture now usedIn
,; the Circuit Judge Courtroom
A. Deen qualified for Mayor of BunnelL This Is his .
in St Johns County
County Superintendent of second" bid for County Com ,/
rr.lssioner. )I could be made available to
Public Instruction. He has
tI Flagler County when St.
served one term as County Lee Jackson of Espanolahas ;
Johns County moves Into their
Judge and was a teacher and qualified for County Commissioner *
District No. 3. This / new court house facilities.
coach at Bunnell High School .? ;
Moody stated that he had already
Is his first venture In
six years. He holds B. S. degree politics
from Stetson and stated Claude Pelllcer, St. Johns Senator Stone "about the thinking of the contacted the St Johns

that he plans to complete Park farmer, has qualified legislature In regard to small Clerk of Court and the matter

M. A. degree at Florida Atlantic for Constable. He is a lifelong Will Address counties such as Flagler". would be considered soon by
] this summer. resident of Fiagler Countyand Senator Stone represents the St. Johns County Commis

his first time to campaign the 48th District which" covers sion.
C. of C.
Harold of
Chairman Flagler
Emery,
for a public office. Dade County. He Is vice chair Commissioners C. II. Cowart
the Board of Public Instruction
Herschel C. King has qualified ). State Senator Richard B. man of Urban Affairs and Local and Alfred Tucker urged the
has for re-elec
qualified / for County Superintendent Stone will address a public Government Committee County to make every effort
tion. He has served' the
board since his on of Public Instruction. King meeting called by the Flag and serves on the Governmental to keep the Haw Creek and

appointment has served eleven years as a let Chamber of Commerce on Reorganization Committee. Dupont roads In usable condition

nearly twenty years ago member of the Board of Public Thursday April U, accordingto during the time the

Raymon F. Tucker has Instruction ot which he was announcement".by I* E. He was attorney for City of timber owners are attemptingto
qualified for re-election as a chairman for*several terms. Wadsworth." president Miami and was a lecturer' for .mhragethe timber that

member of the Board of Pub- He has attended South Georgia The subject of Senator the American Institute of was burned by the recent Ore.

lic Instruction. Tucker is a and Florida State Uni Stone's address will be The Banking from 1963 to 19G6.He It is estimated over 4000 acres

graduate of University of versity. He Is a native of Fiag Future of Small Counties". is past president of Tiger of timber must be cut Immed

Florida and has served a Per County and is engaged In Wadsworth said that In the Bay Club and has been quite iately. Pulpwood producersfrom

number of terms on theCELEBRATES farming In the Bimini area. last regular session of the active in civic affairs over the Immediate area are

State Legislature several bills the state.The being rushed to the burned

ANNIVERSARYPast were introduced to consolidate address will be givenat woodlands to assist In the sal

small counties. "We are interested the Civic Center Thurs vage.
Presidents of the Fiagler
In learning first day. April 11th at 8 p. m. The
Woman's Club were "sub.pt'Onaf'd" hand", Wadsworth said. general public is invited. INJURED IN ACCIDENT

to appear at the Arnold Lee Choate, grand

tenth anniversary of the clubhouse HARRIS WITHDRAWS FROM son of Mr. and Mrs. W.: L.

last Wednesday." As WICXUNE CHAIRMAN SUPERINTENDENT RACE Dunson, St. Johns Park had

part of the observance a mock hand severed Friday
BEACH COMMISSION County Superintendent CoyG. his left
trial conducted and the
was
Harris Jr. announced" to In an accident at Hudson
presidents testified In a case Commissioners Max Porte
.., the School Board Thursday Paper Mill in Palatka.
i entitled "People vs. the Flag- and Rufus Miller were" duly night that he planned to with He was taken to Putnam
lar Woman's Club". sworn In as Fiagler Beach Memorial Hospital where he
draw from the race for County
City Commissioners, by Mrs.
On Mondayhe underwent surgery.
Participating In the humor. Superintendent
Helen Nolte. Clerk aj their reorganization '
ous but effective affair were meetlnf on Tun- withdrew his qualifying MRS. LACTS FATHER
past presidents Mm. El P. papers.
day DIED MONDAY P. M.
Fleurie. Mrs. Gene Hart Mrs. Harris stated that he had
Vernon Haines, Mrs. Streeter. Commissioner< George Wick- received several opportunitiesfor Harold J. Vucovlch. 52. Cottage

Mrs. Otis Magee, Mrs. Rey line was elected chairman employment at much better Hill, Florida died Mon.

nold Hoover. Mrs. Frank Bre- and Howard Lerch was elect salary than the local sup- day, March 25 at Sacred Heart

de, Mrs. II. G. Heydt. Mrs. t'd1(0 chairman. The first erintendency pays. He has Hospital at Pensacola after along

r.S Jasper White Emily Gage. and third Thursdays at 7:30p. not decided what position he Illness.

Unable to attend were Mrs.E m. was the designated date would assume next year. But He was the father of Mrs.

R. Morrow. Mrs. E. K Lackey and time for regular meet he stated that he felt that he Ben Lacy, Flagler Beach

Mrs. Ted Kolhaas, Mrs. ings. should announce his Intention He Is survived' by his wife;

icia Harold Massie and Mrs. Phil A letter from the Fiagler so that other candidates two daughters and two sons.

Kester. Mrs. Ralph Hirst was Woman's Club was read recommending could have the opportunity to TEST SCHEDULE

Judge, and her daughter in Miss Dorothy qualify and seek<< the office he Pulmonary Function Tests

law, Mrs. E. L. Hirst. South Romans be reappointed City will be vacating. e Breathing Tests given week
Librarian. This appointment
Daytona was balUf. was confirmed by the City SEEKS ADDRESSES I ly at the Spaceport Area Tuberculosis

Shown is Mrs. Myrtle Streeter. past president and life member Commission. The VFW Auxiliary wants and Respiratory

of Fiagler Woman's Club, who was found "guilty" during Mrs. Helen Nolte was reappointed the addresses of servicemen Disease Association previously
will be available

serving In Vietnam. Theyare on Thursdays
I mock trial at clubhouse. Mrs. Streeter was found guilty of turning city cleric Also, reappointed preparing gift boxes for on Friday mornings between

the first shovel of dirt for the new clubhouse In 1957. were. the fire chief, the servicemen. Addresses can the hours of 10:00: and

attorney, electrical inspectorand be given Mrs. Blanche Akers 12:00, during the month of

three deputies. m-3.117. April, or until further notice.
ARE YOU REGISTERED? Other appointments were

deferred' to the regular business

la order to vote la the May 7 primary YOU mast register meeting on Thursday

by April C. Ton may register at the office of the Supervisor of evening

Registration at the county courteous The supervisor's office WOMAN'S CLUB TO ; :

will be opal for registration of voters from 1:30 a. m. until 4iWp. : .

m Monday thru Friday, and Saturday 1:30 a. .... until $:00 HOLD RUMMAGE SALE i1l/.

p. m. 'The registration books close April I and will not be reopened The Fiagler Woman's Club

until aft days after the primaries. will hold a Rummage Sale

Any dtizta of the United States who Is 21 years of age a Saturday, April 6 from 10 a.

permanent resident of Florida for a year and of Flagltr Countyfor m. to 5 p. m. at the Bunnell John 12 1213On
Civic Center. wishing :
six months may register to vote. Residents who will be 21 Anyone
to contribute items' that can
before the May 7 primary are permitted to register before be sold should contact Mrs. the next day much people that were come to the

April I. IL G. Heydt. TeL 439-2186 to feast, when they heard that Jesus was coming to Jerus

168 election dates are first primary. May 7j. second pri have the articles picked up. alem.Took
mary. May 21 and general election. November S. Mrs. Heydt stated that the branches of palm trees, and went forth to meet

Make your opinion count and register BOW voting Is a proceeds from the RummageSale Him and cried Hosanna: Blessed is the King of Isreal

privilege extended to every resideat will go Into the Worn that cometh In the name of the Lord.
an's Club Building Fund.



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EDITORIALAS Ib. 73 !

THE ELECTION HEARS
1Rrmoes wtft flying teat and furious over the past VK n.l
about who was going to run against whom., But. now. ur I.n"\\ "
U. S. D. c :io.c
of the were not true.
And many rumors
It world be line If siecttona carts lie also aad frlMtdly.; hu+.
unfortunately they usually aw aa*. BMBM* as* accusations STANDING"T lb. 79
will continue on through die primsftas. Ac* thou, It will tak-
a few weeks to figure art what ..pi.H MM( who la supposed
to have "double.cto** r who.
U. S. D. A. Choice
In fact. .peeat aw still talking att the pt.-elet on barbecue
of two yearn ago. Yea, ilitttnu Me a great American instttuten. .
And. we would not change er system for any ,hrr lb. 89

in the world.
Thto writer and The' FlaIl<< Tribune wM fc aa neutral' aR
to possible In regard to all county can aM blu. Some candidatesare
Lean Western "CHOICE BEEF"
ppiwHial friend Swme are camaMatu we have actively

upper*'*! In past etectfene.
However we feel that since we ate! the only newspaperand lb. 49Lean
the only printer In the county we should be fair and tan-
partial in serving all eandfctetes. We shall assist each one to
the best of our ability In preparing' campaign material without
violating the confidence of another candidate
And may the beat man win. Western (FIRST CUT) C. C.'* "Own" OVEN READY

We reserve the right in state campaigns to have personal
interest in certain candidates. However, as a newspaper we, MaN PORK CHOPS MEAT LOAFlb.

not "'deNtany candidate.

OUR CAKE COSTS US S3e 3 Loaf. $189
There Is an oM saying "You can't have your cake and eat

It too".
\\'e were' quite amused at an adfcerlal that appeared last Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-2H lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

week In a nearby newspaper. A newspaper that continuously
espouses liberal causes or Hall things for all people", was belaboring
the Governor for allowing the sales tax Increase to be-
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come law. no Whole
All the benefits we demand of our congress and legislatureand
local commissions cost money and we have to pa-' additional -
taxes to meet these' additional costs. There is no such

thing as something for nothing.
This week we are feeling the effects" of increased sales tax. I SMOKED NECK BONES-TURKEY 3 $I
rental tax, and if you smoke, increased cigarette taxes The WINGS-PORK LIVER Lbs.
new sales' taxes are a part of the education program which
was passed during the last special session of the legislature.Most .
of the cigarette Int'I'N1Ie111 go to the cities. Bush's Showboat No. 21/ CanAND
EVt"n'lIh the additional taxes, most counties still had K For DIXIE CRYSTAL
teacher strikes. Flagier County is still appreciative that teachers BEANS 2 39c
honored their contracts and were loyal to Flagier County. SUGAR
This writer Is not yet familiar with the plane of the Martha White
cities for expending the additional darf'lte.taxH.. At least SELF
if you do not like the new tax you do not have to smoke cig RISING MEAL 5 Bag 39e 5 Bag' 39CLimit

arettes. We have heard many smokers say they plan to quit
now. But. if the lung cancer propaganda did not scare them Martha White 1 with $5.00 or more food order
off we doubt that the new tax will scare them off for long. QUICK
John A. Cleft GRITS 5 J: 39c

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LETTER TO Just what country are you a oz. KRAFT'S MARGARINE
THE EDITOR citizen of J But for once In my FRUIT DRINKS 3 For 89CBounty
life I kept my mouth shut.
Ours is a time of political It did cause me to take PARK.AY
battles on the national scale serious thought about It all. Asst. Flavors) 1 lb. Can
and C'OURtyidE'. It would as I know I've been guilty at For
certainly be a novelty, if for times in my life of saying PUDDING 4 89C 1 Ib

once, the people running things quite similar about In Qtrs, 29"
would only say good things public officials. What with
about their opponents. I, personally the high cost of living, taxes FOLGER'S
give any man or and all the other problems
woman a lot of credit for even of living In a free society, it
wanting a public office, tends to make us cynical of COFFEE FROZEN FOODS
let alone working at it and others. But be that as it may. -
succeeding to acquire one. we do owe our public officeholders
Some seek public office for from the President on 1 Tin 490 Swanson's Spaghetti, Mac, Beans &Franks
wealth and fame, be it big or down to our city governmentour For
small Others with a sense of loyalty and respect If the Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order T V DINNERS Z 69C
serving their fellow man. majority got a person elected
Serving in a public office is then the majority of the people Foremost / Gal
a lot like raising large fame wanted him there. And if
ily, the hours are long, the we have the well-being of FRESH PRODUCE ICE MILK 59C
work Is hard and the rewardsare our country at heart, as all
few. Americans should we should Golden RipeBANANAS
This all came home to me support our public officials In ""
quite clearly today by a remark the hope that the decisions! fOe MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
I heard One person they have to make while In
asked another, "What did you office will be for the good of U. s. No. 1POTATOES FLOUR
think of your President's the country.To .
speech last night?" The other the local people runningfor 10 B'.ki 39C
person remarked quite sarcastically public office I say Good 5 16.
"He's not my President Luck. Have a Good Fight but California SunkistLEMONS Bag 39C
!" My first thoughts No Hitting Below the Belt!
upon hearing that was to ask Ruby D. Jarosz Doz. 39c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order II I

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WALT


EBERHARDINGER


For SHERIFF of 1 1 _
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FLAGLER COUNTY -, till I II

IN THE PRIMARY ELECTIONOver
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14. Year ol Law Enforcement (
IN FLACLERCOUNTY; OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227

THANKS Fern You CONSIDCMATION 8tOO a-m.-1:00 p.m. U.S. No, 1 BUNNELL
t'.ld !'ulstlca 1 A.Ir.
Quantity Rights Resented Prices Good April 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1968





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ST. AUGUSTINE aMItty to rend 3-THC' PS..MILD TMWWC ?'halt. AMW. i.f tsNEhsJrE

MUSIC .. these signs en.Wusitnd"

SCHEDULEThe ruwhs use en-
dare I and
cooipttte .... uni..c.dw .*-
the Pint AMMMI later drivers wtti v/a-
inn Music ftssttwsl ....... dwt."
Augustine to M fellow .
April 5. Friday 8:15: Deafum .to M. SILHOUgm .
St. Augustine NjIIctIM. D-r
The University '.....ky .. ...
0nIMetra... equipped wIiIII
Ing Caries Chavez Il ..........
India and other se.{ MW ........
April 6. ."'NaY, January Z. Ivrl' f from
St. Augustine yean to re">
University of Florida '. driver Baeh
phonic Band f .... be re-exam
music of Carts year there
eluding his '"TON tt& f
cussion' IMtrUI 9ta". U a I limited pro- { '
April 6, Saturday, 8:15 respects," Kirk- lra ,( ; !
St Augustine AmphlUt "It will help
University of Florida from re
and Drama holding Ikenses. NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE
Bunnell Florida
their production of "
Moore's folk opera The FOR OPEN 9 m. m. to 6 p. m. Monday thru Saturday
and Daniel Webster".
April 7, Sunday 8:00
Government House. Boyle. 33 year
cital by Carlo Barajas has an
hear-d
Mexican pianist candidacy for
Mexican music plus He will enter
Chavez Preludes 5 and In Flagler
Tickets for Individual and St.
formances or packages .
available at Waldron's a graduate of
Center on St. George St High School and < ta
at the Tourist of Florida Law Q
offices in the 4 years In
area. Force where he I Hats by KUTZ
U 1. Defense :2
KIRKMAN w Officer. ;,
Is Assistant
FLORIDA'S NEW and president' : : 1200 to 2700
DRIVER LAW Bar Asso r
a partner In the
Colonel H N. .* law firm In
rector of the De>
.
ed Public some Safety, today THAKKS :

about Florida's new of Alfred Gib-
examination law by to thank all
that no driving test neighbors,
law test or medical Anders' Doctors
tion will be required.' Blanton. staff
In response to many Hospital
quiries about the law pieces, food,
was passed In the 1967 other kind
of the legislature but us during our .
become effective until < ..-
Kirkman said "Drivers Gibson and
pass tests on eyesight
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EASTER SPECIALS


GROWING PLANTS . .
111 knitsDresses
EASTER CHRYSANTHEMUMS LILIES HYDRANGEAS act


PERMANENT WREATHS and PLANTS

BLACK'S FLOWER SHOP and Suits 1


111 N. Forsyte Street Ph. 437-3818 2600 L w
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To All Citizens of Flagler County:

I hope time will permit me to visit with each ,
citizen before the primary. I want to sit down

with you and discus your Sheriffs departmentand
services expected of it.

For courteous, efficient, and impartial services
.
to ALL-



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MISS SUE BROADAWAY CONTESTANT r..T, dftCLCKNTBMTA1NBB TO THE VOTERSOF

Mrs Basely CaaMfon entorained -
the Friendly elide .*

.lie Bunnell Methodist Church FLAGLER COUNTYI
Tuesday evening at her
home N Moore Street. Bunnell. -
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Plan were made for a Bake WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR

Sale Saturday. April 6 at It:. THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING YOU AS COUNTY -
at the Bunnell WIt OfBee.
It WM reported $*.<*) was JUDGE FOR ANOTHER (4) YEARS WITHOUT .

noted: from a recent Bake OPPOSITION IN THE PRIMARY ELEC
Sale
TION.
The I'hoir robe chairman
reported. $Jfi) was due on the
robes recently' purchased.The I WILL STRIVE TO CONTINUE TO GIVE

goose was won by Mrs. YOU THE BEST ADMINISTRATION POSSI-
Oliver Taylor. )I,.. Cameron BLE.
served delicious refreshment*
k tf to fifteen members and
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{ >, guet T. K. ( Buddy) MCKNIGHTPaid

WSCS MEETING
SLATED APRIL II
An Easter program will be
Hi I presented by Mrs. Lynn Clary Political Adv
I and Mrs. Lester Stanton
i I Thursday morning at 9:30 at --- ---
, the Flagler Beach Methodist
I Church WgCS The meeting llllllllll1 1
! will be In the fellowship hall
Hostesses will be Mrs. Fred after you see
I 3 F Fp
Marks and Mrs. Harry Tread .
I well 7tj14. your doctor. .


j r .,.-- ...._ -__ -- -- Mr. and Mrs. John Munroe ,,' bring yourprescription

Miss Sue Broadaway I' The queen will:. be crowned hove returned to their homeIn '
to
Bunnell High School senior by Commissioner of Agriculture Park Forest 111. after ViA i dt
is one of three contestants Doyle Conner at the sting at Flagler Beach a 1
vying for the title of Miss annual barbecue-contest" planned week with her parents. Revand toes
Florida Potato Blossom 1968. tn April at Elkton. Mrs. Reynold Hoover
Sue Is the attractive daughter 1
IffLt i ,
Miss Broadaway will represent of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mrs. Margaret M. Clegg.
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Flag ler County In the Broadaway of Bunn l. She is Mrs. Edna Kendall and Mrs r- .tslonal< BUg.f .
trl-county competition whleh the 1968 local winner of the Sadie Strickland spent several
includes St. Johns and Put Betty Crocker Homemaker days in Miami on a com
nam counties award. blnation and pleasure trip.

Former Bunnellite Mrs. Ma FINESSE CLUBWINNERS

bel Cosby of Chicago. Ill., Mrs.J. r
D. Greene, Mrs. Joyce Hester Mrs. Helen Jordan was winner
and daughter Deidre. when the Finesse" Bridge
Thomaston Ga., returned Club met last week at the
home recently after several home of Mrs. Bess Estes, N.
days visit here with Mr. Hwy AlA Flagler Beach. Second .
and Mrs. Richard YeMngton high was Mrs. Estes.
and Mrs. Johnny Metis.MA.HO The group met Tusday evening Next time you go on vacation

at the home of Mrs. Bet- stay at the Hotel Volkswagen. t r
POLOEXECUTIVE te M Danle-1. High scorer was
Mrs. McDaniel and second'
TO SPEAR high was Mrs.. Estes. V you hove your rturvotion about poles
Jack White, president of Other rlub members playIng away without booting rs.rvo+ion+, book your- '
..1f"10" a Voftiwogwi CompmoM*.
Marco Polo Inc.. will speak were Mrs. Joan Crews.Mrs .
h'l of eh of .
port a ** vocation marts taring
and show a film at the Flag- ) Laura Morris. Mrs. Rose- Ing up oN over fh.country. ,;,
lee Beach Methodist Church ly Cameron Mrs. Freda been Yowl find 08 the meal up,...* fmtHiiaOfcng t 1w
fellowship hall Tuesday, April Mrs. Jordan and Mrs Joy Stef- and ibtpMg accommodation! for a fWy '
9 at 7:30 p. m. White will outline llk. of 5.A sink An iccfco Ckxtt*oe.. M
the proposed plans for a PWt a few thug yowl"'-lift no Oth.r h..1
$12 million dollar tourist attraction COLE on *. rood an *naM. tot con't bofl over Of
MRS. FREDA
fr..,. Irfi oiI-coole4.Movnttd over....dm .
for Flagler-Volusia ELECTED GARDEN I *..!*in bach for b....,traction.oddd r
counties.' CLUB PRESIDENTMrs. To III\OOfII OWl thole s+owMein roMs we
The meeting Is sponsored by Freda Cole was elected a special mountaint t ode to th.$ msS.p.ed
the Methodist Men's Club and president of the Flagler<< KKfOn bar wepefItieft. ftn c.. yow'r.
the public is Invited. Beach Garden Club when they nodd for Vo .iw gftnft>..HiN or YeS.wogs .. 1
met Tuesday afternoon at the i.w-tA.M.wd r
B for. mult derision r":.".
obe
FLAGLER BEACH GIRL you any u'
home of Mrs. Clyde Duensing.
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try 11\ by on-.ont corn in(or a let* "- .
SCOUT INVESTITURE Others elected were Mrs. Edna C,
a test nap
CEREMONY Farnsworth first vice president -
Flagler Beach Brownie : Mrs Frank Schwenk. r
Troop No. 719 Investiture recording secretary; Mrs. Gilbert -
C't'rt'mOny'AS conducted Friday Frank corresponding secretary -
night at Community ; and Mrs. Clyde Duens-
Memorial Church. Girl Scout Inp. treasurer.
Area Field RepresentativeMrs. Installation plans and date
Peggy Sommerville. Holly will announced later.
Hill was assisted by troop Mrs. Walter Meshey and
leaden Mrs. Joe Baldwin Mrs. Sue Spivey displayed edible
Mrs. Mike Ensley and Mrs. flower arrangements. Iii
Gus Goodman. addition to a unique and colorful -
Brownie scouts receiving coach arrangement created
pins were Elenor Baldwin, from vegetables there
Candace Clay, Rosa Combs, were mlnature radish "hya ,
Terry Cummins. Wendy Cum cinths" arranged In a corrot
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mins Vicki Davis Bonnie flower pot: tiger lilies made .ems
Goodman, Gwen Greene, and from carrot curls; and calla
Rene Zamba. lilies formed from thin slicesof
The troop welcomed a new large white turnips.
member, Cindy Nichols, who The club members enjoyeda
transferred from California. plant exchange

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TO THE VOTERS OF
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FLAGLER COUNTY: .


I hereby announce that 1 am a candidate for

re-election as Supervisor of Elections subject to

nomination in the Democratic Primaries in May.


Your vote and support will be greatly ap .

preciated. I pledge that I shall continue to serve r

the office to the best of my ability.


MARY E. SMITH PalatkaBoyer

SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONSPd.
Volkswason @

Political Adv. 111 S. Highway No. 19.
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dIM a Inge erewd. K serly 5-TWC 1"tA.... TMWWK THUR. APRIL 4. MGt
........ 1JlItJt.,11I will asfar __
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awl dh..ti will fee r
served faUewtm the service.
Quantity Right

NEWS .,ij J.i. QED FLIP DINNER WE GIVE M E TT S Prices Referred .

The Flagler Beach Mrtfco- TOP Good
Weekly Sermon dirt Church monthly IHJowsMf Thwrs., Fri, Sat.

R.*. OWw r. Tovler. Poitoi >. dinner April 7 planned hM been for pertpetted Sunday -- VALUE and Monday,
Buna**! M-tbodtet Chare until Sunday April 21 SUPER! MARKET April 4, 5, 6 and
THE PEACEMAKERS Immediately following the STAMPS ft, 1968
The teachings of Tears emphaatae moraine worship service 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
peace. At his birth
BUNNELL METHODIST
the angels sang -peace' onNlth.
," and toward the end CHURCH SERVICES ARMOUR STAR Grade "A" (Quick Frozen)
ot Ma earthly life he saM Special Service
"My peace I give unto you." Maundy Thunder
A* evidenced by human na- There will be a Maundy
tare there are' mere of mankind Thursday Communion Service .i
who are skilled at mHo at 7:30: p. m. at the Pint Baking Hens 37
ing war than at making Method Church in Runnel) Lb.
PHE'f' on April 11. The public is invited -
Peace to more than the absence to this s< of war, but is also aslate Good Friday Service
of mind which gives the The public I* Invited to a Flavor Aged Choice
Individual a sense of well be Good Friday Service between
ing. Therefore the peacemaker 12:10 and 12:38 p. m. on Friday -
I t. not just interested in April 12 at the First
stepping war, but In preventing Methodist Church of Bun t'll.
wars. The peacemaker's ChuckRoast 49
primary task is that of reconciliation METHODIST MENNEE'nffC Lb.
between people who
are at odds. To proclaim God's The Baptist Men will be
love In time of strife is a necessary special guest at the Methodist -

bring peace.action In order to Wednesday Men's at dinner-meeting the Bunnell' Flavor Aged (Round Bone) Flavor Aged (Round Bone)

This beatitude is not oblivious Methodist Church at 7:30 SHOULDER "" SHOULDER lb.
to life with its complications p. m. ROAST 69C STEAK 79C
as we find It today but Dr. John Canakaris will be
speaks of those who will workIn Jhe guest speaker. BEEF PLATE lb. lb.
STEW 29c RIB STEAK 99C
light of God's love even in
time of trouble. "Blessed are CHURCH OP GOD IN
the peacemakers, for they CHRIST. DEDICATED
shall be called sons of God. Dedication<< Service was held Fresh LeanGRONND
Matthew 5:9.FLACLER Sunday afternoon at Churchof
BEACH remodeling God In Christ and decoratinghad Extensive BEEF 3 I Ibs. for '1.39

ANNUAL EASTER been accomplished In recent
Florida Grade "A"FRYERS
SUNRISE SERVICE months. __
There will be an Easter Mrs. Queenle' R. Jackson
Sunrise Worship Service at served as mistress of cere FAMILYJPAK 5 Lb. $
6:00 a. m. Easter Sunday monies. Several selectionswere $179
morning at the Flagler Beach presented by the church CUT-UP Bag
First Baptist Church. choir. Greetings were extended
Rev Max Hall pastor, will by Mayor Shelton Barber,
deliver the morning sermon. Mrs. L. E. Wadsworth and
lie will be assisted by Rev Carver Junior High Assistant Fresh
C. W. Barnes First Baptist Principal Benjamin Broxton.
Church; Rev. R. W. Dlckert. Sermon was delivered by Center
Community Memorial Church; Elder John II. Pompey Over. ':
and Rev. Reynold Hoover seer. A number of Elders from PORK CHOPS Cuts 89'
First Methodist Church. out of town and Baltimore
Sunrise this year will be at Md. participated In the cere Lb
6:01: and It Is anticipated mony.

Foller' (All Grind ) Dixie Crystal ENERGY

CRAIGOMPETENCE COFFEE SUGAR DETERGENT
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+''i 4ge S Bag Lb. 3ge Be;:; 3ge

Limit 1 with $5.00 or Limit 1 with $5.00 or Limit 1 with $5.00 or
. () more food order more food order more food order
W (Cigarettes Excluded) (Cigarettes Excluded) (Cigarettes Excluded)
:
1Q ? U. S. No.1 Delmonte Kraft 18 oz.
fI'I CO) IRISH CHUNK BARBECUE
I> :aI
II I fI'I 2II POTATOES TUNA SAUCE

Z C b. 3 I/s Flat $100 3 Btl. $100Shurlme
B ag: 3ge ;
0U

(Qt.) Eyerfre.h (20 oz.) Eyerfre.h (Rei.)


MAYONNAISE BREAD BREAD. ,

CHARACTER
JaQrs 47e 3 Loaves 6ge 4 Loaves 75e

FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Frozen Foods Dairy Bakery

JAMES O. CRAIGYour *
Morton's 8 oz. Pillsbury (Buttermilk) Everfresh (8 cti:)
vote and support gratefully appreciatedPaid HOT DOGBUNS
Political Adv.OWEN'S MEAT PIES BISCUITS

5 For $-f.00 4 For 39C Pkgs.

ELECTRIC SERVICENext _ Kraft (16 Slice) 2 45c
Supreme (Ast.) AMERICAN HAMBURGERBUNS

to Post Office East Palatka, Florida
ICE CREAM CHEESE
SERVING THE PUTNAM, FLAGLER. ST.

JOHNS AREA FOR 23 YEARS IN EXPERT I/ Gal. 69c P 12 kg o,z. 59C 2 Pl" 45c
ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR AND PUMP SERV-

ICE.

SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY FIELD OR HOUSE- Fresh Fancy Florida Vine RipeTOMATOES MEXICAN

HOLD PUMPS. GRADER MOTORS. .ANY
TYPE OF ELECTRIC PUMP REPAIR, OR MOTOR CARROTSIOC CANTALOUPES

WORK.

"Your Electric Motor Specialists' lb. lb- Eachr
Pkg. -25* 3geCHURCH
Only one Phone Number to Remember
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HJMLM TRIBWME TfHHtf. A+Mf. 4, MM J l M a atew taN -. ..>.. Atttatte. ter umtfl a 111...zees to the
ti .Me ) tdatt JUNta A ft K. *V!tie
late I sr w. o VPMWH
Would YouBELIEVE Atlaala .... aeslten ., ...... et P. M. m+)* X* W.
RE-ELECT I Plaghe BendL C. ....... Lr trtntyev. and #..
(-0-) Sj. c.aM W. D..w. k..
It )5.ppaesd Ml P,. ... CM Dir fia.yVadeid wee for eaawaal.rloner will appaef
P. A. (Zip) E..sSHERIFF. n lint prae and DMIIM11IM on the ballot
"""*' "' '. lea .' .
Nt'ttwd! a eHdt II ae ., hat (-0-)
? e.I i orafclc mention at tM Medoet FORTY TEAM AGO .
all MMt in OUnri. at the Plagier Broths municipal
TEN TEAM AGO AMMM Aft r>.HviL Two Mtinff pier and r.cri.tiie
ither treys, lames UaMt aM pier WM under COMtNCtteIL
OF Sant Bertha. hJtM. %e.sseetod .
as ate 001 the ive allIT 1ewkay! Poman catered work The pier WM to extend 999
aawlerenec 1MeItf ..... feet Into the oea* wWi a T-
kern !
Plaster CountyPaid ball. Honorable. mention went (C'8" shaped head at the eeeait ...
tO Tommy'' Well 1 | Ovftn ll* THIRTY TEARS AGO C. N. Walker was the contractor.
(05 BtHmell Bulldog making .
Poiitk
Adv. The Bwtftel: Hl'fi School a trip to Ewtte to play in the (-o-)
Band presented its annual dtotrtet tournament were: C. hfHMoII Sel eel MudeMs
.J mr..I."' ...""' .".. Winter Concert. March 13. B. Etsenbaeri Owen Them. names en the heAet roll
There were 53 members par. Ira Holten. J B. High Awhte grades 1.6Wre':
NOTICETO ticipating.BH5 Tel<<. Zero Mercer. Gilbert lit Gftde-Patsy Thompson -
(-oJ) Hlgginbottum, CUrtis Deen. Frames Stafford Jennie'
students Billy Deen John Clement, Cecil Creeeh PHcula. Genevlve Adamskl. J.
FLAGLER BEACH & BUNNELL RESIDENTS JIm Cook James Kendall L L Moody. manager, and Leo D. Mar>'es, Curtis Deer J. B.
Buddy Taylor. Melba Tucker. Armstrong coaeh.0 &fmoRSen.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should the
Gloria McAm. Marlene Rkks, (- -) 2nd Grade-Charlotte Ber-
Flagler Beach Fire Dept's. TELEPHONE NO. and Judy Lewis, accompanied A unit of the American wit, Ruth Bowen Claudine
429.2496 be used for any other purpose than by Charles Byrd attendedthe Legion Auxiliary was organized Cantrell. Jeanette Bankston,
In Bunnell and the following Charles Williams. Teddle
REPORTING A F IRE". HI Y and Tri-Hl-Y convention
at Jacksonville. officers were elected: Mllot
Your cooperation is requested by the Flagler (+) Mrs. C. W. Teal, president; 3rd Grade Evelyn Burned
Marvin IL Parker rural carr Mrs. A. !McDanlel, 1st vice Chissle Cyzyckl. Evelyn Herbert .
Beach City Commiuion. er, received the National president; Mrs. Jobe Brown Eula Layton. H. C. Cobb
Safety Council Safe Driver 2nd vice president; Mrs. J. JKumbalecic Earl Palmquist.4th
Award for 19 years of acct. secretarytreasurer Grade--Alta Jane Hoi-
dent-free performance with ; Mrs. Butler Chaplain; den Wanda Trojan. Joy Deen.
over 170.000 miles of on the Mrs. F. M. Jackson sergeant- O. K. Herr Paul Goodman
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Job driving to his credit at arms; Mrs. M. B. Fuller Jack Clegz. Mabel BJmke.
(-0-) historian 5th Grade-Muriel Walker.
>B. CRAIG. Funeral Director TWENTY TEARS AGO <-<>.) Pearl Bartlett Katie Novak
R. W. Deen had eight acres Miss Marjorie McKenzie was Mary Ketus Deen, Vera Hoi-
JOHN CAPO. )(anger planted In tobacco. Mr. Deen awarded first prize and Mjss ton. Nettle Gorys. Teddy Cyzyckl. -
AIR OXYGEN planted the seed to provide Peggy Duttenhaver second .
LADY plants for growers In the producing prize In a beauty pageant 6th Grade-Norma Dur-
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED areas of Florida and sponsored by the Band Parents ranee, Carnie Cantrell Sophie
AMBULANCES Georgia. Club at Bunnell High MIotoM kl, Emery Yelvlng-
(-0-) School ton. Clarence Gordon.
Phone ID 7-3532 John Jarosz was building Miss Marjorie McKenzie represented
a 35x45 feet, two-story business the Bunnell Mercantile During June 19G9 the U.S.
201 E. MOODY BLVD.
BUNNELL. FLORIDA and apartment building Company and Miss Track and Field Champion.
on US Hwy. 1, just north of Duttenhaver. the Dupont Inn. ships will be held at Miami-
the Bunnell Theatre. <-o.) Dade Junior College In Miami
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,f' _!!"" 'Ifijft I-0-) A special Bunnell City election under the sponsorship of
Mr. Charles Sindelar open- was called for March 29 the Florida Council of 100.

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BUNNELL, FLORIDA

FREE ESTIMATESBAR

FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving I _

BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST BARS : -
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Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts L
FINE HARDWOODSMost

orders filled within IS working dors. Mow Serving
all areas in 75 mil lad. of BannelL

CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 439-2573

EVENING PLANNING ARRANCEDBINGO e





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FREE REFRESHMENTS

TONIGHT (Thursday)

FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL

-SPONSORED BY-

Disabled American VeteransJim Light. up your yard. Add extra hours and extra

Booe Chapter No. 86 "Irving roci )" for family cook-outs and nighttime pleasure.

Electric fixtures postiights and spotlights
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give dramatic accent and evening beauty to your yard.

Ee6 you feel safer too. All this for just pennies a night
ATLANTIC HARDWARE
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p & SUPPLY CO., INC. or lighting dealer.

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ACME PAINTSMOODY
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FOR CLASSIFIER iADVERTISING LIMaL u. lYfMapallT

FOR RENT-1 wat> antis satwl aaeT aw ,Pawl. M a

etor apartment Sis tlaaly ....
of the Circuit The Board ntPuMIr
Court *. flakier CoMily
I includes water andi Inntrwrtlon WIN r-r-lv'

bag few Phono 437-3304 HrWaitrta _..If'4I bills to ............ on*-
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seta arbnoi boots vara.e <
ELECTShelton *-Any ..... Pl' Wator...AnJl........,lb..rvlre bidder MtallonTbr ball

wonL Mlmtmmm91M. Dixiana Restaurant, Iliflitmy pay fur .It .,h. iileiim. !..twl.errera. l
KATE 4c .r
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end ninl tr..s. ,,,.n-
P.. ..... 1. Bunn"' '. doer .,f th.. ....I.. .., list l.jll.lui Tti.roniMtal .,
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f he huil'linK r -- --- --- liraent I I..., i..n -h.il K. .i the
BarberI VUnC TANK cleaning; trail Lad> fur Snack Bar Walk.Must vkpenor ..f lh>. ..il. ,'. .nfufl hId

nVrfata .MMteJaMl': Rott'BMeftaeJl work week ..... Apply der nnd. lull l. K.l..ii' ... i'k,n ten
tI.) d > fx-ix the .1.'llawardlnat of
shelL Beeeonable prleaa. at Stuchrya Pecan ....... I ihhi l

Call Georfle Jejrosz. 437-J otS4 15 miles north of uaswU at IMds w lll h.- !... .1'. .I nl the
.>..,* of lh.. aui rln,. ii.W-nl off
>*<< Interstate 1 and 96. le* ...bll.. ln...,, fl... ..'i..r W,..,.
PLEDGE TO CONDUCT THIS OFFICE W I.Nfi.lL ...,............ I*:M a m Tueartiiv Vprll ..
TROPIC HtECaX M RSERYLet -
listThe
THC MANNER THAT YOU T** TAXPAYERS Ha .help beauiify flash Ml .,.t: 4-MM t W 4.4N .. ltilti.AA KU.I. r. '..untx unused ofI'ubllr
KUTN j .. InotrtM lion f-wr"'' te.
HAVE: REASON TO EXfECT. c....,. IdUft variety of evwMeM. ma rt..tieLtAllitw'' right to relent any ..r .M .....

BnxlBBS hedge plaMB.3H Tt. .........,. set ..... t.. waive ant in.f.kwr-
4 %.t: >4k MB. n Ike
Paid Political Adv nkttM S of Rtinnell M S,,:1.1. It RMMMkItnlntlff a1ontod bid bMaHtiBbe .........1"
U. r.... 13-.4e ad marked "...... Red
"- .. l-wpana* tfco. Motel *.......1
---- -- JoltS H IIIOCM. few ....." and .atbi.< or dllveeed --
roa AiK. .....t or I.2 ....- I..'.....' toMr '
/M' 4fit''I1i for II Mnrrla. Jr
hairs.all, Florida males. Jtlple N'M RIIJIiUL Nrsld Oui: CairmtenaVnt ., PwMt.Inotnertio .-
tsasil. Illiwe With CATpMt. .... !.. ......... AroMMM waaes- ru'1oroMrtr
451.1t'II.' Mer. .TPC .nt I.... .>w Y'". 1Ysilf .' '1'.. 1 .llay
Levi L. s FPlly/er ,* OanjH-
Brannam Sr. ARK NKMRHTKl NOftft.

catel Lid For swIM > that .. art... for arn / .
Mj ..... ....>n Mlvd acatanvt you sea NSl.
1T (2 sen MM l In 9*. BlIn you err rouulrvd .. or*. a .'spy .Qefll C........nsrd
his Vi4i4a Memorial ...- i.f year a rltten b. IaMru.Ptlsgler ..
announce candidacy for re-electien. as t., It ..n WRINI'T.rr: :

try. Dayton Bracn. Clamant BKN4I a WKIMmmiN. Jtttor Mat .. C.....,,.. Florida
Ml*. W. H. Wells TeL 4. l
. Justice of the Peace 3tlWf. Mar 14. :21. 38. 4.4.*c Mal L)AAAf.**.i'Srrk Ftorkfn.ateM atto raojw ovna fnr ovi! .c....y.iin U..Marrt in4Nnt. Jr.and ..-.....iftWretary .>

tbe to the Hoard of P.briater -
New -drawer 4. llSI.: otkrrwtao a J..1r.w atway C uuwt y. PIorM.fa Apr I. IfM
DISTRICT NO. 1 few eMW on..pIeMk -
patio round table and 2 seoop Ito rolt t =.tn'rWITMKM (So .= .t1fUI. AU'ta.TI".ll1t1"T
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chars M1.96. lorry's Fund-: .. my hand MM) tft. :." r!"T MiH Mill
lure 2 rot S. Kenma. OH Wxk seal of anM Court OH Jrarrtl W.IMt Nolle !. ...-,...> .tvvM that
Your vote and support in the May primaries will *!M> MMM uf '*o mly iNMMMtalinir -
? Hwy. Ph. 4373752. IK K M tMMKiT of ......., C'_'". rWrM .
be greatly appreciated. A. ...rk uf sea CoH .. vlll rrtvlv vrnklvd M4 _-
Lot For Sal*-110 (1. treat- C I.....nII Ill I M !' M. Attrtl U. IM-t"Inth
Kalhryn U Knwry oHIrr uf Ihr Vrh
age on John Anderson<< 101\\')'. lhui> Clrrk rMl fuMrt In tkr Irrlt'0551):

by 390 ft deep. Over 40 INk Apr .. II. H. M. tr. t*rt4 for
PM PetttiMl Adv.Flagler .... .......r.......... .I MA44NVrfel-
tree per let. Phone 439-2043 UOAL "F.RTI..nl""T t.Ir I...........I vtalkm .! the
after 6 m. ----- t'.._. AIakadeIip..MecatMrw.
p.
1\ t Ml HT <... Tilt 'n"'T' easy br oM...-
Apr. 4. 11. 18. 3S. 4tc .... .. .... .
Jl IMF 4 4. Kit: 1'111 \Ti.aTIT ed at If ..- of Itw fferfc 01
'.: ..F' I'14)It1/1\ the 4'lrrHtl <' Mrl in |K. PU -
FOR SALE 1966 Chevrolet 1 1l1)0 1T11/. Mil Irr t iVmttir fiMirtlMHM. MII..||.
In rKotaU.: Florida AM to II..... laaterhw .
Insurance Impala 327. Burgundy with of sad ........
County Mark Interior. W W. and pow. .trj.sr K.. JOHNMTDN. '1'n.' r. HM "M.tho .
0'UTIC. .. ln<. rf Ih. C'.nil I jrHi
steering ffnxi coneitten. F: Or :
er n> .,..... K iiiiiiiirwrTAff bids oy rmtnir-. to ar.r-r.-

Inc. Phone 437.316da)11mt' and IUIf! "ICE'' : fIi'You .........ad in bids to if> vtv.4Hi .
Agency call 437-3237: lt nut> ll T ..
aftHI : .... Mrrby not... listed BmiixH. ..rtoh. this
a writtenwtrta.trwt 2IId day. H' April. ItM
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY to to be I no tAM VTIII andvUmont < (irM'AHT. ilMlrMwnHimrd
All Forms of Insurance of Mid d.r>..!..t has boonmfmlMed of ';r'r'.wnMs-
authorized Flagler. County t.. robatt.. In tMa .ioiwr..f I'oowty,
Court. You are hereby ..... ..rata
305 East Moody Bh d. .:. Phone 437-3171 Dealer for Sunniland FertlHzer. et..wd.I'i wltklta ml .n We stork a complete line froM the date of (fcollrol .: M M4MM>V. ,1.r,, .
Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS for any purpose. Visit our puMlrallon of tkla notlcorilllHtTr .'|'r 4. II. I"'. a,.
to spror In this tbarl M 4
nursery and see what Stmnl- show rauoe if any you ra*. wnrlb Liu1L. AU""TI..t11Jt!
do for On U. S. artlon of this Co* ft Itl Wf- -
land can you. Ml4llnK MM will < 1TIIF: < ofT' Jl IH.KMIir ..,..
1 South Apr. 4. etcREELECT .h....... l> "M) KOH KU"...
nn.Tt;. .C. slat t C">\T'. t'l.o..It'
...ttt,. Jo.. rilHHtTK >.. WH
Cowrty Meta of.3WHOIIC
Klr.t iwbMcathMi: Vr.fi H.nWK 1.45)11T
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a- Int'l' ')''If'.: T, f HKIIITOH
By tv_' .., A M** 'F. all ir........,. and z-"-
I* o Hu. SIMI MNW iMvlnif iMMlMt -lahss .r .. ,
fey ton* fn..... KWiHaAttornr MMTon. 'state
sad rack of .. her-
furt4s.. you
Mar> II A..r. 4. II. Ii. fie bjrMM........ slid .....,..... is prs_
...
any rlwhM sad dswsod
LEGAL AIHKRTHKMIC5ITIV pos may hays agaLet
llM estate of TIIK 401TV .II"IM.rMOIIIT. .. late of .....l.r .eanly.
.
( l> ,'U role KI.44J- Florida. to. the County Judge or
Ir'H ..<.. \...,. KM'Hlllt. l> the. l.r .uwNoosaetihi.. ....* In
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1'....H \'1'.: Court .
Ml MMIN Placlrr Kk KHTATK OK _tile from Ute .... of
AI.ICK K JUHNIDereaaod. .... ) Sirs awMtnUtofi of := n.ik-e.
Harfi rial*) or ...t )west
\ '1'.. all rr anna harlot Flat... or don andafalnl < address of the rlalnMMIt awl most
Mid estate W worn to ky tko elsts..iit.
C. H. COWART TOM. and earh of you. .,. ....... Hto 1-- ". or hl. or K
by nwllnod. and reoulrod .. ...- will be barred arvHtn. to
slit any rlalmo. and i>.......... low.tide..
wkkh "..... ..r either of .... *mr First pwMloatlon on March SI.lo .
have nanlnirt tne .eotat of ALKtt .
H. J"M<. .... elf < r.t> M Ii.a.ly
Plaa-ler County flgrlda. to t*. A* A mlnl tator ofMa
County JIM|.O of natrr Cou- Mat* of O*.rg*
tr. at hi* o/ae. fa (fcn I'MUfty alCtTPOJS 1 ore.e.I.t.tad .
Court......... In HunixB. Fla.ir .
'"av,,',. ....,..*. wMbto. *4. .. J K
Commissioner _,a.. front tne oat of Art Florida
County publication of this ........ AtlornrV for AdmlnlotratorMar
.....h ....,... or ....... nnn< II. ft. Apr. 4. U. tie
bo In wHUM and MWM *tl- tKooddrMa
plan. of r.awr.ttla. swt LEGAL AUtKHTIflSMK.ITOTI4t

of the rlallosat md ntwat \ -: 4lr .. ....: (Ml I..:.
bo (worn to by tho gfc lMj>nt Majofita. M\ll l..H.4t\T Or' rilTITI'Motto
or bM ... .
barred saesdI.rta.w a.1Mp:
llml Russell Hod farm
fide nut, Mtbllratlon on March W.Iionald owned and <.i>vrt.d by ViUiiaK.
rtaub-raon
and Marl Knabb
RWbard UooroA ha of I January. IMI said IMaod
Rsectitor of tha Last ...-.a located at .
I APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE SERVED THE l'; ht: Teat..man t .f rI..,..... liHirthor with all of It*
JOIIVflfON nwrrhandlMaiu. .. and equip.nwnt. .
r e.-.e-... ,,.. i.f hinge*. to VIMr*
COUNTY
PEOPLE OF FLAGLER COUNTY AS COMMISSIONER Mar, iL Apr, 1, II. ./. 4te K. Kaulrraon and Carolyn ftau*
torsos who will root In u* to op.rat. *
PAST TWELVE YEARS.AS Mid cultist and .... bar-
DURING THE ...
)* with tho rl ht to aid tho
HASTINGS MATTRESS assessed Fetus name of ttunncll sod

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS After t January ltd VUolc*
I SEEK RE-ELECTION I EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR VOTE K, Kauloraon and Karl Knabb
710.12 Lemon St. will no looter nao the swiss

AND SUPPORT IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES. Palatka, Florida Iblo Kunnell for herd any Farm of or the bo 4bt raipon of*

Phone EA 5-9166 wed .. All claims avalnttaaM
Hunrwll Modi Farm prior to
Furniture. UphclterlagBrpcdred I January .t" ahould be sent
to Huuto I I1o< lli.A. Ilunnvll.
& IUflalah4 norMa. All debts or rtalma
Mattrassa & Box after I January tu .hall he
SINCERELY Springs tho debts of VrUlco F.. lUuUron -
Made to Order Also 4mortrt.d and Carolyn lUutoraon doIn -
tNll..*.. under oho name .f
Call Laura Morris 4r/-323) Htannvll Sod Fame address
Houto No. 1. Boa 1A.. IfunnrlL
After 1:00 T. M. norMa.

PRIcES REASONABLE /./ E. IUulron
v.t: _
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BUDGET LAir XT NEEDED /:/ Barl KnabV
C. H. CowartCOUNTY /./ Inland R. HhawAt
last a* near as TOUT' lor nor at Law

Phone or Post Office (r.tu"W.a Hoi m

Drop Us a Cord <* Call Mar. U. Aprd11.. '1. its

COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 3 Free Pick-up etc Delivery

O. F. ALFORD

RegUterad
REGISTER

Real Estate Broker

Paid Political Adv. AND
Bunn lL FIorS4tICI.fc

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O'FOC WONM'S BUT KLKCMTZ "t "N PALM
RED CROSS DRIVE CO
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Ala iiapiiig.-d slate of praaUmrtil -
NETS $148 GOLF RCMLTS feletatea headed by .OH .. r: (i l .

Dot Bltott ws* wing .flat fbnawr 9Jae Senator Scott
1 Mrs Harry Atkii.... sad
Twenty's Class "A" play Hilly WM ll.'l with
I Mm Hubert Pvlllcer .. State In
oa- -
Tall
. at OCWM Palm CwMtry Chib.Pint ttw iMMtafy j(
of the Bunnril American
man winner In the Claaa "r ..........
Bed Cross Drive $MiJS
I report WM Vlfffinla S.nVrt Second Ms. Mfr> VtKinaon (II is
was cmfed d Intfce the house to
place went to Shawn Abra a driijate on the unpledged'
Mwe a..nvass! IIR'lIrW ....... Mat 9K* will run Mate.wide
Thor .
MFOI$0W$0g Let putt WM awarded to M a dHogatiand.. if elected.

drive wetMN betty S4ffd.4AAJHhM wH attend the Democratic.deal

met M tM Albh .ee home MrrtesMeen1s AfoffaJfcAIVl was W.lEaster Ow v* tten In Chi

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Rem Murray (center holding ball he hit to score a hole-In
I JUICE 65 one at Ocean Palm Country Club. Pictured with Murray left to

SALAD V right are Joe Butler Detroit Mich. Tino Evangellstl Utchfleld

BAKED HAM WITH RAISIN SAUCE Conn.; Harry Btngel. Ormond Beach and Ralph EbHng. PGA

Professional and teaching pro at OPCC
POTATO AND VEGETABLE _
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ROLLS AND BUTTER CARD OP THANKS TAXPAYERS TO
ELECT OFFICERS
BEVERAGE take this methodof
May we
Officers will be elected at a
CHOICE OF DESSERT expressing our deepest appreciation Special meeting of the Flag-

to our many friends let Beach Tax Payer Association -
Assorted Easter Candy for the Children and neighbors for their kind.
Monday April 8 at
during our recent' bereavement
nesses
7:30: p. m. In the Flagler Beach

Municipal Hall.According .
OTHER ENTREES For the prayers, many to an association .
cards calls visits flowers and members
spokesman only
PRIME RIBS LEG OF LAMB( food and other kindnesses we who have paid their annual

ROAST PORK ROAST SIRLOIN are deeply grateful dues will be eligible to vote

These comforting expressions Those" who have not renewed
ROAST TURKEY and DRESSING FRENCH MEAT LOAFWe of sympathy and
their $2 memberships may do

are also featuring a 49c Martini today thoughtfulness have meant so at the special meeting. Refreshments
much to us. .
will be served.DAV
May God bless each of )ou.

The Family of TO HOLD BLOOD

George <(
The Jim Booe Chapter 86

THANKS DAV will" sponsor the blood

I thank the doctors and bank drawing at the Flagler
Beach Recreation Center Wednesday .
the who
nurses were so
1-95 and U. S. No. I kind to me while In the very hospitaL April 10 from 4 to 7

Also the friends that p. m. Donors must be betweenthe

10 Miles South of Bunnell On U. S. No. 1 visited me and sent cards and ages of 18 through 60. Donations

flowers. It helped so much will be for general

and I do appreciate It. purpose or for special uses
if the donor so desires.COMMANDER .
Eule Hunter

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Pfcot *>r Th. C IlelA
during Chevrolet's Bolticn Anniversary JOSEPH PARRISHREELETED COMMANDER


FLACLER BEACH D. A. V.

Jctcum wujpued> DlctUDS: soedany taui&sefl cuen-vans Joseph Parrish of Flagler

TRUCK Buy now and get special sale Pocket special sale savings on a Beach was re-elected commander .-
of the Jim Booe
savings on a husky to-ton Chevy Chevy-Van 108(with 108-wheel- Chapter
No. 86 DA V. In a meeting
Job Tamer with a big 8-foot box. base and 256 cu. ft of cargo
March 20. at theFlallt'f
Six or V8 engine. Custom com- space) or a Chevy-Van 90 (90 Wednesday
Beach Recreation Center.
fort and appearance equipment. wheelbase and a spacious 209
SALE! Others elected were Wai-
Chrome hub caps. And chrome cu. ft inside). Buy now and get let Wilkins If'nlor'I com
front bumper. Also available at special savings on a model that
mander. George Reed Junior
special 1 savings: power steeringand includes a big 230-cubic-incfi: vice commander; Harold Hlgffinbotham. .
power brakes; 292 Six en- six-cylinder engine chromehub
chaplain. Bill
gine and 4-speed transmission; caps chrome bumpers custom
treasurer and
396 V8 and automatic 3-speed equipment, front stabilizer Danuon. :
Charles Donahue,
threejeartrustee
transmission; Soft Ray glass air bar, and left and right side Jun- Floyd hurl Herbert
conditioning and radio. ior West Coast mirrors.
Fuller Raymond Smith and

PIUS: Put Charles Missinne were" electedto

Double-wall construction for Rear doors that measure a big the executive board.

\ double strength and durability. 4 feet square. A cargo floor
Truck styling that's functional.And that's flat from front to rear with WE MAKE

exclusive coil springs at all embossed skid strips. And ta- OUR OWN PAINT
four wheels, for the smoothest pered leaf springs front and rear
pickup ride on the road. for gentlest toad CJfnrfnn.onsy Buy Direct-Soti-Way
Pay Mere


Chevrolet 3 GALLONS LATEX $5"
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