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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 18, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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HARRIS APPOINTED SCHOOL OFFICIALS DEDICATE LIBRARY LARGE CROWD BHS OUIZ TEAM

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PRINCIPAL, AT HEARS SENATOR WINS PLAYOFFThe

CRESCENT CITY STONE SPEAK Bunnell High School
Quiz Team won the TV Channel .
County Superintendent of There is no drive for consolidation 12 Quiz Program Piay-Off
School Coy G. Harris has of small countiesby last Sunday In Jacksonville.

been appointed principal of the Legislature, but thereis Scholars participating were:
Crescent Qty High School for a strong trend toward con. Wesley Thomas. Hewitt Du-
the 19G8-69 term. Harris U
solldating school districts" pent and Tony Parker with
serving his first term here as State Senator Richard B. Mary Ann Steflik as alter.
Superintendent of School: Stone of Dad County told nate.

and did not seek reelection more than 100 persons at the The team was competingwith

William FennelL Principal Bunnell Civic Center Thurs St. Johns County Day
of Flagler Beach School was ;. day night
-k; School and Keystone Heights
appointed curriculum coordinator The senator said he did not High School I

at Crescent City High believe there Is any sentiment The bright BUS students I

School. .. 'Ii! in the legislature toward were first with a high score
While salaries of their .. eliminating the small of 260 points. Keystone scoreed -

new appointments were not county governments that are 230 points and St Johns

released, It is understood that functioning efficiently. scored 240 points.

Harris would receive an In* Senator Stone indicated The BUS Team will return

crease' of more than $4,000 Flagler County's race trackrevenue to Jacksonville in two weeksto
over present salary. School officials at the BUS Library dedication are Ken would remain" the compete against Paxton

Crescent City has just neth herring, Coy G. Harris, Walter S. Morris and same for the next 18.20 years. High School and Bolles SchoolIn

completed the construction: of Dr. Vincent McGoire. Stone added he was in favor semi-finals. Hilton Beasly,

a complete new high school I of promoting distributing sponsor, accompanied' the
plant which will house all SCHOOL LBRARY cigarette taxes in counties as team to Jacksonville last

the white and Negro studentsof DEDICATED REGISTRATION well as cities to help relievea week.

the area in grades 7 thru COMPLETED lot of the property tax.

12. Anticipated enrollment of Dr. Vincent' McGulre, University The senator also stated
Mrs. Mary Smith Supervisor Flagler Beach was going to
about 700.KRASOVIC. of Florida and chairman MOTHER OF LOCAL
of that she
Registration, grow whether the residents
of Southern Association has tabulation of RESIDENT DIES
completed wanted It to or not. He recommended
of Secondary Schools and registered voters since closing starting Immediate IN IUKNELL
BODY Colleges short dedicatory the registration'books last the Mrs. Minnie N. Rode- I
gave a work on zoning so baugh. 72. mother of Mrs. L.
There 2225
SHIPPED TO OHIOThe address In the new library Saturday.voters in Flagler are Coun.registered area could receive the desired H. Church died Saturday at

Thursday evening. He type of growth. lie said "Flor Bunnell General Hospital
body of Thomas Kraso.
vic which was found hanged was Introduced by Mr. Ken ty.The precinct registration is ida Is based on beaches and where she had been a patient
Flagler is potentially' for the two months.
County
In his jail cell In the county neth Herring. Supervising as follows: past
Jail early Sunday afternoon Principal. No. 1. Bunnettt;.._. 646 the richest county In the Services were held Tuesday .

April Tth has been claimed No. :2. Flagler,Beach 676 state-with twenty miles of In the Langford Orange
by his uncle Antone Krasovic McGulre pointed out the No. 3, Haw Creek. 93 fhe best beach in the state City Chapel with Reverend

Cleveland. Ohio and has been importance of a library thru No. 3A. Korona .. ITS The public meeting was Bernard C Meece. First Christian .

shipped there at his request history as a part of man'ssearch No. 4. St. Johns park. 71 sponsored by the Flagler Church, DeLand odd-
for knowledge. He No. 4A. West Bunnell. 215 County Chamber of Com Ing. Burial was In Bellevue

Krasovlc.whose address was quoted John Milton as say- No. 5. Fs[ .ola........._... .. 211 merce. Memorial Park Cemetery.Mrs. I
shown as Fontona: California IngA good book is the No. 5A. Marineland. ._.. 138 .. Rodebaugh was born

hanged himself, according pr1'douallfe.blood of the mat Of the total registration' crrr COMMISSIONERS In Jasper, Ark. She had resided ,

to local Coroner's Jury, by ter spirit" there are 45 Republicans and APPOINTED TO In Orange City for the

ripping the seam out of his McGulre was complimentary [ Independents. There are 372 DE'ABTNE2fTSBunnell past ten years.NARCOTICS.
trousers. lie stood the lav-
on offeredby
of the leadership
registered Negro voters. Mayor C B. Eisen-
oratory in the cell and attach. Superintendent Coy Har
.
bach appointed city commissioners
ed one end of the seam to the ris and the willingness of the
top cell bar and the other people of Flagler County to Democrat and Republican to departments commission at FILM
Monday night's city
around his neck and stepped provide such fine facilitiesfor Primary election data are meeting. Assigned Commissioner SHOWN BEACH PTA
off the lavoratory. their children. MOT 7 and May 2*.
H. Wadsworth.
T.
Pilfer of Duval
He was found by a deputy Martin Sergeant
Commissioner
who reported It. The Coroner'sJury BUNNELL PTA OFFICERS INSTALLED streets; Finance Commissioner County Sheriffs Departmentwas
McDaniel ;
guest speaker at the
was impaneled to view
-- Recreation
the scene and to talk wtthGafl'f'tt. I and Shelton Commissioner Barber Hubert Flagler Beach PTA meeting

the only other prison Pelllcer, water.In Tuesday evening. I
.II;
'" Pilfer who had
the .f! Sgt spent
er on second floor of the -' other business the commission
Jail Garrett stated he was I six years of his nine years

asleep and did not know a+r Approved: $100.00 for equipment service on the vice squad

about it until he was awaken- for the Mens Softball showed a film Illustrating

en by the deputy who found League at the request of Jeff youth crime and punishment
Krasovic. as a direct result of narcotics:
Geale and Buddy Taylor.

The Coroner's Jury renderedthe Agreed to change approximately use.A discussion followed with

statement which is outlined 7 blocks in the Colony Sgt Pfifer explaining various
above. Their report al Park subdivision from
forms of drugs and narcotics
so, noted that there was not k lots to acreage and close the and the respective reactions

neglect on the part of jail personnel streets at the request of property on people using them.

Dr. Russell P. Blantonwas owner Tom Holden. Law enforcement is not the
called to the scene. Voted to discuss rezoning
answer to this rapidly growing
Krasovic had been apprehended four blocks on Deen Road menace to our society according

by an officer on April with Daytona Beach RealtorJ. to Sgt Pfifer. lie said

4th. charged with reckless Townsend at the next city that parents must become ..

driving and operating a vehicle j' !,) commission meeting. Townsend ware how to detect the symptoms
:l the
without a driver's license m requested rezoning of narcotics' use and

and placed In Jail pending a Dr. Vincent McGuire right, and the 1968-69 PTA for-Granted mobile home sites.to the learn to handle the problems
trial It was noted that he was permission In the home.It .
Robert T. A. Jones Mrs. Cordon -
officers Mrs. McDanlel. Bunnell Band Parents Assn.
automobile stolen out that
driving an was pointed
Buckles and Mrs. Dick Cody. to use the ball field for a
'
from St. Johns
County and there Is a greater need for

that county had placed a hold BHS FAIR BIG gram was followed by short Donkey Softball game May 3. community activities designed
of
on him when he was to be released PTA business meeting. and Approved therfqUft& to provide wholesome recreation
Carl Johnson to catch unlicensed
by Flagler County. SUCCESSA Installation.Mr. for our youth.
dogs in the city limits
According to Sheriff P. A. Ray Mercer Installed
large crowd attended the for a fee of SI each.
Edmonson. fingerprints werechecked the following officers for 1968-
school functions Thursday Discussed but took
no action
thru the FBI
but 69 Mrs. Laura McDanlel.
evening to visit the annual : on the condition of thediy's
TIDE TABLETides
there was no further recordon president: Mr. T. A. Jones,
school fair, hear combined public library.
the man. choral unit witness PTA officer vice president; Mrs. Maxine Voted to transfer $864.10 for April 11-24
Since no survivors could be hear the Buckles< installation monthly from the water fund
located last week the body Barbara Cody, treasurer. HIGH LOW
new library dedicated, and to make the annual paymenton
was turned over to Craig Funeral education The crowd then was Invitedto Day A3L P.M. AJ&, PAL
watch physical the water treatment plantThe
18 12:12 12:24 6:36 6:42
Home for burial.Arrangements the school library whereSuptl'Wnr
demonstration. amount transferred is
19 1:18 1:54 7:42 7:34
were made thru Veter Principal Kenneth
School officials stated that one-twelfth of the $10,369.30payment.
20 2:24 3:00 8:54 9:06
ans Service Officer Raymond well 500 attended Herring presented Dr. :
Smith to obtain funds for a over persons Vincent McGuire University 21 3:30>> 4:06 9:54 10:12
the various events.
casket Reverend Oliver F. exhibits of Florida, who gave a short 22 4:36 5:06 10:48 11:12
School fair
Taylor performed a service of science wereshown dedicatory address. LOCAL DAV 23 5:30>> 5:54 11:36 11:59
In the library
final rites and burial was The program was closed 24 6:12 6:42 12:01 12:12
subJect
exhibits in the cafeteria, -
made in Hope Cemetery.' exhibits of English and with a physical education MEMBERSELECTED

Since that time a brother Language in the academic demonstration in the gymnas
and an uncle have been located building and elementary ium. The band program had Orlando April 7. Smith was

and the brother request. exhibits In the various class to be cancelled due to the Jim Boot Chapter No. 86 elected Junior vice commander
ed that the body be shipped rooms. hospitalization of the Band members Raymond Smith and and Wilkins was elected
to Ohio. Sheriff Edmonson Director: Carl Brupbacher. Walter WIlkins were elected treasurer.

stated that the body was disinterred The auditorium was filled Coach Jack Hall was coordinator district officers' at the Disabled Also attending the convention

and shipped to Ohio with overflow crowd for thechoral of the very success American Veterans were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert

on Monday. renditions. This pro- ful program. Sixth District Convention In Krier.



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.EDITORIAL.


Comments on Stone AddressWe

wr' very much '",,,....4 wWi tn* Owmfcer of Com
meree sponsored, address rf Senator. BkhoM Stone, Miami last U. S. D A. Choice "FULL CUT
Thursday nifht. He sprit In a dim' manner that WM both
appreciated and ft.etf'tl
We wet pleased to ape Mieh a larie group all area of the county ease to leant Brat-hand what the
prospects for a little county like Flatter mitt be hi an ur
ban. big county, .......tu,.. U. S. D A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"
Senator Stone' Mated that there to little pessiMIMy of reduction
of the county's portion of the racing oemmlssten BOTTOM ROUND
8gc
funds during the next' eighteen yean lie baaed this largely ROAST Ib
on the fact that many of the eeuntie* have bond issuesto or RUMP
which race funds are. pledged for payment of b Ms.
We certainly hope the Senator is correct in his reasoning Choice Juicy
We shall Mill tremble, however, when new bill are Introduced
in the next session to take away our race funds. Senator .
Stone says this is Just "'..'IIHIew.d...... e.. to please the STEAK lb. 8gc
voters back home.:
On consolidation' of counties. he said there is no real intent
of the legislature to eliminate the small counties unless
they express such a desire from within the county. In
other words if the people of a particular county become so Valleydale "SLAB"SMOKED ZUBER'S "PURE PORK"SAUSAGE
dissatisfied with their county government and tax expenditures BACON
they might request the I legislature to consolidate that
county with an adjoining county. lb.
School districts, however, would probably be consolidatedat 49C lb.
59C
an early: date, he said. There was strong sentiment for SLICED FREE I _
this in the last special session, but time did not permit adequate
study. Lean Western "BOSTON BUTT
The senator did not rule out the fact that counties should
conduct studies to determine if there is duplication of effort
and cost by overlapping of various boards and commissions.He PORK ROAST ib. 43
pointed out the need for proper zoning and the need
for adequate planning for the future.
Senator Stone stated, as we have believed forears, that
Flagler Beach Is sitting on the brink of great development.
He mentioned that we have the brat strip of beach left in
the state, :and In spite of what we do or don't do, It will I SMOKED HAM SHANKS- 3 $!'00 I
be developed. BRISKET STEW-FAT BACK Lbs.
Again we are glad that Senator Stone quieted some of
our fears about "being taken over."
At the same time, we hope<< he alerted us to the needs FREE POT HOLDER
MARTHA WHITE or )
for zoning, development planning and governmental study.
We do not make any specific recommendation In any With $5.00 or more food order
of these' areas. But we would like to see our various commissions FLOUR
Chamber of Commerce and civic groups study these Yamy SWEET No. 2'/, Can
areas to determine what we need to do to enhance the future For
of Flagler County. POTATOES 2 45e 5 B 'I 29C

NINETY.NINE PERCENT Bounty (Asst. Flavors) 1 lb. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

During the question and answer period after Senator PUDDINGS 4 For 89c
Richard Stone's speech Thursday night one of the veteran
county commissioners made the remark that the County Road Soft Lay FOAM DELITE
Department docs 100 percent of the road work In Flagler BED EACH
Beach and 99 percent In Bunnell.We PILLOWS $198
knew that this was not true, but decided to let It OLEO
pass. However, a number of Bunnell taxpayers have called tyro-Foam 20 Qt. Size99e
our attention to this erroneous statement A Bunnell city com Each
missioner informs us that the City of Bunnell budgeted the ICE CHESTS Ibs.

following for 1961 street improvements$10,000 : Ill (in Solids) 29

19G5 $15,000 EVERCANE
1966 515,000
1967 512,500 SUGAR FROZEN FOODSMorton'
In addition to this the City of Bunnell has a budget for -
street maintenance and repairs with a regular crew employedfor
this purpose. Sib. 29C 14 oz. Size
While the county road department may do all the physical CREAM PIES 3 For
work at Flagler Beach those residents, too pay city taxes Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 89C
for oil used In the foundation of newly paved streets. The Foremost
top coating of asphalt In both cities Is paid by State Road / Cal.
funds.Department out of Flagler. County's portion of secondary road FRESH PRODUCE ICE MILK 59*

We could not let this ninety-nine percent statement go by Tender SweetCORN

unchallenged. John A. CJeggr 10 EARS 69e JOY LIQUIDPOTATOES

U. S. No. 1

.r Ail Effective Vice fa Washing. 10: B'.b39e Giant
Size 29'
HELP ELECT California Sunkist

BILL LEMONS Do* 39 e Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderL.I.2j

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: FLAOUHI TMMPtHC TMVMK* AFMC. IL 1M Vehicle HOSPITAL
Motor NOTES ANNOUNCES FOR I

Veterans ... than ewe ..*fl.ss beeaas Law ADMirntD: Ruth WatfckM, HOUSE SEAT
..... MW ell tile VA pewelse Inspection Verm Fs*. Grace Nipper
Sabot Bob it.
D.
< t fir
Affairs Harry McKenney. Ernest .
rolkAdded
Effective June I Williams, Carl McKHvln. J.- Angusdae. anaouaad 1ltttt..
M T. Dixon Director of the Veterans Admini lla Lovelace. Wanda Will. day that be has muHaki fcf
Florida Deft of v...... Affairs trades benefits ...afjuamjnt All motor vehicles registered lams, Raymond Marshall the House of RipuitaiattuiDistrict
at Florida
In the State will
said that three days before January will must town Pearl Weeds, Ittle Hunt. 34 as a aJ'll-Rua
law to be Insported
President Johnson announced restructuring of the entire VA be required effective by Jw 1. 1861'the Minnie Newell Jeptha Bar He ds M* .nave any Ms.s*.
his pension and I iRdesjuisty CSSA-+ ikon opposition.Coeisey .
bombshell
polrUeal her all of Bunneil; Warren
he signed Into law a pc_don ............ Bnscovc: Iotor Vehicle JR.P!edon Moore John Land Wayne Ed: la a native ef St
laW I the
bill protecting' nearly a of a million veterans, itarion which govern financial the ala Flagler B..ach; Oliver Brandt. lousiness thwe
le.pectiew every :
widows and parents against eligibility for VA pensions meMha. St. Augustine.DWMiaHED. He MftfIIII !titre years with
any reduction" In VA pension and dependency beneftt 811M Airborne Division.
: Wesley King
will be raised $360 for all County will nave
or dependency and indemnity
beneiciaries. This increaseis one inspection lane at thecounty Wily Holly. Lester PartrMs. Two years saw Cookasy
compensation' due stockade. Alice Thaeker, Earl Baker served as St. Johns County
to the recent' Social Stoeurlty1nt1' particularly important to County em-. William Riddle Mary Hay- Chairman of Kirk for Govern
will handle tM Inspectton j
..... old law pensioners since H pioyeeos .
wood. Carol Townsend. JohnHoiden or CoM"'......
will mean that the recent Social supervised by tht ,
The new law will also result .
Rhonda Peilleeer Ro+bert ,
state according to Cpl. L. N.
in added VA payments Security Income hike willcause
and W. R. Btawnaen. Veehna 8r"f- I
loss in VA Campbell Trooper
no
beginning January 1. 1968 to pay-
Mcintyre of the Florida Highway backer Carl Brupfeaeher and SEE 1
Patrol. Grover Smith.

Inspections Mart June 1 and must have completed by thedesignated "HINEIGHBOR" I
To All Citizens of
Flagler County: all residents will be requiredto deadlines set by
have their vehicles I
inspected. -
the legislature. The Inspections i
I hope time will permit me to visit with each will be- required every

citizen before the primary. I want to sit down The lt digit of the new six months. If your vehicle is

with you and discuss your Sheriffs departmentand 1968-69 auto license tags will rejected you will have five WITH
determine Individual inspection make the "
days to necessary
services expected of it. date For Instance. If repairs and return for Inspect JIM WATSON

For courteous, efficient, and impartial sere your tag number ends In the AND ON
numeral or 5 you will be required Everyone will be requiredto
ices to ALl- to have the ear Inspected *
furnish a vehicle registration
during the month of June. slip at the time of the April 22
The Inspection dates will be Inspection.
ELECTWALTON as follows: numbers 6 and 7, Anyone who owns or has Hear Special Guest '
July. 1968. 8 and 9. August: under lease five or more vehicles
JOHNSTONSHERIFF 0 and September; and 2 can qualify to be a DON JORDONFlagler 1//
and 3 October.
self
nspt'(1 or. They are required
Residents may obtain the to file application for County
Inspection<< at any time but Inspector to: CapL C.. C. 1
Motor Vehicle Inspection Agent I
Reynolds:
. Pd. Political Adv. ments.
\ Dixon further stated that Patrol.Section Florida Highway At 6:45 A. M.
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starting next year income
1 levels which determine the -

1J J RE-ELECT amount of current-law VA on

pensions and dependency and POWERFULCHANNEL
indemnity compensation benefits .
will be computed in $100
OTIS S. HUNTERCOUNTY Increments with maximum 12
payment going to those with
the lowest Income. VA bone
Its will be reduced only a L WFGA-TV
fraction of each $100 IncreaseIn
JACKSONVILLE
Income up to the new ceil
COMMISSIONER No. 5
Ings.
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FLAGLER COUNTY AND

I FILL DIRT SHELL


I I Bulldozer-Dump Trucks- A BALANCED ECONOMYBy


BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY

LOUIS M. STEFLIK
DURRANCET.

Flagler County's economy u based on agriculture in the West
AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO.
and tourism in the East. If either of these economies experience a

Flatter Beach-Tel. 439.2471STENSTROM bad year, the business communities in Bunnell and Flagler Beachare

seriously affected.

': .* .In May 1965 several months before Lehigh Portland Cement Co.

closed, your County Board voted to proceed with a Master Plan of

I, the county owned Bunnell Airport. This plan was necessary in order

ELECT to develop the Airport. The Master Plan can be used to develop

aviation facilities, industry and recreation. These facilities CAN and

SHOULD be DEVELOPED.I .

DOUG
possess no magic formula for attracting industry, but I do have

the desire to work with the people of Flagler County to reach this

goal. p
TH RIGHT MAN FOR CONGRESS

Dsw.aeR-r'CMsmlM l District If you believe as I do that Flagler County needs a better balancedand
diversified then
economy -
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REELECTLOUIS
Vote to re-elect and keep



GEORGE M. MOODYYOUR


M. STEFLIK
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT


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An important job by a proven business man



"LET GEORGE DO IT" COUNTY COMMISSIONER


I He will appreciate your vote of confidence


I Paid Political Adv. Paid Political Adv.3lK .

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CANDIDATESVISIT 4-THE f.ndLIt TMMRfC

[Social Security FLAGLER

I Mm Williams, OeaU, CMMt -
N-E-W-S <* for State Senate WM

a visitor in. He nHt MM he CwMtyWidiuseay stepped Candidate For Flagler County CommissionerDISTRICT
Q. Will lit heart eMMti*
)
by M he WM Fine from NO. 3
prevent' Me hem apptylag for one barbecue to another.lieproeentatlve .
swedlc sa+e?. I will be A in two
Bill Chappeii. -
months. Oeala, candidate for U.
A. You should apply 1meial W."Tony" .
making ceRe Anthony
S. Congress WM
"'t......, .t your' nearest Ie- lacks In the county Tuesdayand .
oftee. You
security can Polo
attended the Marco
sign up for both parts of medieare. of Flagler Beach
A disability will not program
Methodist MM.
prevent you from applying.Q. .
Kick Mastery Daytona
My permanent: residenceis Beach, candidate for Slate Attorney Kahlert
Ohio but I will be In nero was visiting with Dr.
Ida for several months before
John Canakarte 'I'h+asday.While <<
and after I become 66. Where here he attended the
should? I alp up for medicare Chamber of Commerce forum For:
featuring Senator Stone.

A. the You three should months sign up before during uatine.Robert Republican D. Cooksey candidate St. Aug- (1I I ) Economic growth for the entire county.

reach 65 at the nearest
you .
for Mouse of Representatives.District
social security office In Floe 34. stopped by the ((2)) Efficient management of county govern-
ida.Q. Tribune office Thursday.
I won't retire until I am Ocata.
Lewis E. Dinkins. ment for all people.QUALIFICATIONS.
66. Should I wait until then candidate for State Senate
to sign up for medicare?
was In Bunnell Thursday
A. No. You should complete night and attended the Chamber :
your application in the three of Commerce function at

months become before
have complete medicare I protection candidate for Slate
In the month you Attorney, visited in Bunnell ( ) Businessman in Flagler County 17 years.c .
reach 65.! U you can't visit the several times last week and

social day security, call them office at 25 duringthe .7S4J met with friends at lunch. ( ) Active and interested in community affairs.d .

and they will advise you how months before you become 66.
to apply.Q. Q. I hare Blue Cross-Blue
( ) Charter member and presently serving on
I have been a permanent Shield coverage now. Would
resident of the United States there be any benefit In apply Board of Directors of Chamber of Commerce.e .
for ten years, but just recently ing for medicare? I will be
filed my petition to becomea : 65 In 4 months.A. .
citizen. I will be 65 in a few Many health and accident ( ) Willingness and sincere desire to serve you.Paid .
months and have never work Insurance plans auto-
ed. Must I be a citizen to be matically change your coverage Political Adv.
covered by medicare? when you become 65. Ask
A. No but there are particular your insurance representative
requirements for non- about this and get In touch
citizens. The most ImportantIs with your social security office .
that you must have been no later than 3 months I
admitted for permanent residence before you reach 68.
and have resided in These questions and an No more stooping scrubbing and scouring
the United States for :5 years swers are furnished by the ,
prior to application. Be sure local social security office at .with
flameless electric
to visit your social security 115 N. Rldgewood Avenue, .. a range
office for assistance in the 3 Daytona Beach Florida.
that cleans its own overt

ELECT


LEE JACKSON


County CommissionerDISTRICT

No. 5

Your vote and support in the May Primaries will

be greatly appreciatedPaid : _w

Political Adv.BEERtoast.

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to America's economyThe
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brewing Industry is a massive and dynamic part of

the national economy. Each year it pours billions of

dollars Into commerce and government.

$1.4 billion in state and federal excise taxes.

$3 billion to employees, suppliers and distributors.

$875 million in agricultural products and packaging

materials.The / s

brewing industry is a proud contributor to America's .. a.....
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prosperity. _

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UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
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The new letf-cleaning electric lOges put an end to a messy job.
Just set a dial and the oven deans itself-electricaOy I i

Tep-of-range heating units never need cleaning..spilled food bums itself off.
Pots don't reed scouring...there'i no flame or soot to blacken them.

FLAMELESS ELECTRIC COOKING heats the food not the kitchen.

= If I faster cooler safer,more enjoyable.See .

all the wonderful improvements In today's
electric ranges at your appliance dealer.




.. THERFJNO MATCH FOR
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Mala a dean bfeakwith the past FUMEUSSEUCTWC

f ....Graduate: to flameless electric cooking. L ..Jr j chepu tool

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TAXAMJC STATUS Of' 7H9M. APRIL II. 1964 5-THE' FLAOL1R Tf d
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CLOT B HS Berates
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Due pond to ogle ftaiiml
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and religions. elms .*d ere
0 W6A RESULTS lanizattons. are ...est. !. tto
4 per cent sale and IM0' Lon I
Dot tad was the 9 hole only if such dub* pe.v<.fecroariofwl Sate :
CUM A winner in the Ocean faciltHe swell M
Paint W..... Golf Ass. -tennis. MYtIftMi. yaeiitiand .
Pay TttMday. In the Class hMttRC. ,
B play Alma Fyte was lest
This M tM practical' sHeetof
.M BeHy Henry WM second.
a ruling <088.51)< ) issued
Mildred ReekeM had few
April 8 by Attorney General
JHHt Heel Fairrloth at the request Begins APRIL 18th thru MAY 4th
of the director of revenue.'
MEWS SOFTBALLORGANIZATIONAL
The official interpretation
clarifies. the legal effect of the
MEETING THURSDAYAll 1968 amendment taxing due
local! men interested In paid to civic fraternal and reMgieu .
organizing a Men StewPHeh clubs and organictions. -
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Softball League are .
asked to attend a meeting at
the Bunnell Civic Center at ,
7 p. m. Thursday April 25, LEAVE FOR S. AMERICA
according to Jeff Seale and
Buddy Taylor. Zena Muzjka. Marie Mu- SPRING DRESSES
z>-ka and Dot Webster left
Nearly two billion tree Monday via let for Bon Aire, & COAT ENSEMBLE fJ7 j
have been planted In Florida South America for several
since 192S. weeks vacation.

BLOUSES /0

WALT 3

LADIES SLIPPERS OFF
EBERHARDINGERFor L

SHERIFF of '' LADIES HATS ;

FLAGLER COUNTY .

IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION

Over 14 Years of Law Enforcement
IN FLAGLER COUNTY

THANK.FOR You CONSIOCNATION
1'+W fail 1k.h Adv


ONE GROUP


after you see

i ; your doctor. BlouseONE

iiJPt"; 4 I bring yourprescription

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299 each
Profoittonol/ .


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BARNES SEA FOODOPEN

ALL SUMMER

Thursday Thru Saturday 5 till 10 p. m.
Sunday 12 Noon till 10 p. m.

SPECIAL THIS WEEK


Southern Fried ChickenAll

You Can Eat $1.50 c

Roast OystersAll 9 9 SaleShirts


You Can Eat_$3.00

HOMEMADE BISCUITS WITH HONEY

FRESH SEA fOOD FRESH FISH SwimsuitsTies

T-BOHE STEAKSSouth Underwear

of St. Augustine 4 miles on US "w,. 1
At Moultrio-Sifn on right Shorts Blouse Tops


Handkerchiefs Baby Clothes, Shoes
When
you a..IL
DISTANCE 1ET Caps Gloves

MEANS GEORGE Pajamas RaincoatsNEXT
DO IT I"

NOTHING!. s.
W.toy toUog.Loch W.yi

Use MF-Save-By-Mail"ServiceD
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DOOR TO POST OFFICE Bunnell, Florida
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OPEN 9 .. m. to 8 p. m. Monday thru SaturdaySPONorWES7S
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: rLAGLXR TMBOlfC: TMVM. MIL 11 19MMRS. IDCKWOOO CLUBXfrTEVFAJNCfi ENJOY COOKOUT MM. H. T. COOCua.&C'I'C

'' Mr and Mrs. Vvtsley Thomas :) woe:

CHARLES MICHAEL HI NT .... Jtaaaty Hargett Mrtartaia4 were M M4al At ft ..iVsMsm ff*
the Idle mod Club Is*
Twwtay tinning at her Mates. A-l-A. Mrs. H. T. Ok mm Ie-

Lambert Ave. Bunnell. Mfa. Abort tweMy-Iw >irlsnds elected presids.. f 1M Joseph
W W Deer presided. dtirMtt u* relatives enjoy** taw ...- Egtktttioe JiriJJslan

the business mating.Plans door s si.MN1OLPN. Chapter United Daiijiliii a<
were made far a iiMiHa at
Confederacy, at a
DutdlundM'Oft' April JOHK HO9A6&J
the Cook home in St Augustine -
r S XI at a DaytssM restaurant Thursday.

Co-chairmen are Mis. Petty Officer and Mrs. Haa-
onVers elected to
Louis ...... Mrs G4n ....... F'- Ruth, Other are.
the ensuing year
Shields and Mrs Tom Lmsen. are. the prow4 parents of a serve
Mrs. Z. D. Holland first vice
on tern April 12 at 2:. a. real
Mrs, J. O. Craiff,
president;
)h.mlMoN".MI to repair the Russell General Hospital.
second vice president; Mrs.
fence at the Idlehows Playground lie weighed Ms pounds aM
,
treasurer; Mrs.H.
Gene Knight
at the request of )lfIL twelve ounce at Mrtn awl
H. Murray, historian; Mrs.F. .
Charles Chambers playground
hH been stared Randolph
W. Tlnajey. corresponding
chairman.' John Hodges, Jr.
It announced the May secretary; Mrs. Walter Knight
Rt' was Maternal grandparents are
..1. y reeenHng secretary; Mrs. M.
will be at the homeof
meeting Mr .and Mrs. Nagt AI reMIR,
NcE4a
B. Fuller, chaplain and Mrs.R. .
Mrs. Knight Flag-
Myrna Flagler Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
W. Deen. Jr.. registrar.The .
1 kr BHdI.
Charles Hodges N. Hwy. AlA
new oAvers will be installed
The hostess served delicious are the paternal grandparents.
strawberry shortcake and coffee at the May meetingat
the home of Mrs. C. H.Cowart .
to Mrs. Jennie NeweH, BON VOYAGE PARTY
Mrs. Dave Ferryman. Mrs. Haw Creek.
FETES MUZYKAS
Dale Brown. Mrs. Deen. Mr

." Chambers, Mrs. Shields and The Otis Hunter home at FAMILY REUNION
:
.h t" .: JVffS. 9ftt.fttk. Espanola was the setting for AT BROCK HOME
a Ben Voyage Party recently
7 -S N -(} MRS. DURRANCE given In honor of Mr. and Joe' and Wilma Brock and

""1 "/1# .0-. HONORED ON Mrs. C. H. Muz)-ka and daughter sons Ronnie and Donnie were
It l hosts at a family reunion
0" Louise who
to '" Kimbereiy ,
r, .c.-/... ; BIRTHDAYMrs. have moved to Lakeland to dinner at their home recently.
.
., Rosa Durrance celebrated
Gathering at the Brock
reside. Mr. will
'I Muka manage
her SHh birthday last
home for the affair were Mr.
the J. M. Fields store' at
1 Sunday at a picnic-luncheon
Lakeland and Mrs. Joe White and children
.. / given by her children at her Attending were the Hunter Pam Jody. Mark and
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home Moody<< Blvd., Bunnell.
children Rocky Kevin and Amy of Holly Hill S. C.; Mr.
Mere! than twenty membersof <<
and Mrs. John
Zena Marie; Mr. and Mrs Lef'Blakf'ly. Weisberg and
the honorees family gathered Mr. and Mrs. Edward son John of Bunnell and Mr.
.
at her home for the gala
affair. Hawkins and daughters Ton and Mrs. Rudye ShamMen of

ya and Trudie; Misses Marie Bunnell.
Joining her for the celebration -
and Zena Muzyka; and Mrs.
her "
were children George,
Mrs. Frances Hatetens has
John Clegg and daughter, Karen
Everette and
Hiram Durrance.and .
returned to her Flagler.
of Bunneil
; Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs.
Pearl Woods all of
Beach home
after being a patient
Paul
Forsythe and son Gary
Bunnell Durr > New
; Guy ncr, Halifax
at
ESTES HUNT Flynn and Rabeth Edmonton SfR'maat"h; Mrs. Frances of Palatka. da'LIrs. Hospital forseveral

have moved Into the C. H. Yelvington. Cncoa Beach; and

NUI'TIAISI'EIFORMED Knight home on Slate Road Mrs. Phynis Dawson Kissimmee RETURNS FROM BOSTON
) Elise Atkinson had asher
382. The Knights have movedto ; six of her grandchildren Mrs. J. D. PenHt. Flagler weekend houseguest
recently
Georgia to reside." and nine great-grandchildren_ Beach, returned home via jet Miss Rhoda Harris of

Miss Duke Elizabeth Estes, Out of town guests were from Boston Mass, where she Tavares.
daughter of Mr*. W. C. Estesof Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deer and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Le attended funeral gervkes' for

Flagler Beach and the late. daughter Caroline of Belle' Veilie. Ormond Beach; Mr. her Infant granddaughter.She Former residents Mr. and

Mr Estes. became the bride Glade spent the Easter' holidays and Mrs. Roy Likens Daytona was aeeompanfed on the Mrs. David HilsentKwk and

of Mr. Charles Michael Hunt here with his parentsthe Beach; James Dawson.VfBwtffiflft trip by her daughter Viekl." daughters. Alana and Anita
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. W. Deem and her parent Mrs. Vicki ) The
on ; ?C* infant daughter ofStaff of :North Carolina
Hunt. Tueumeari. New Mexico *, the J. O. er..... Cartney Daytona Beach and Sgrt. and Mrs. Jimm Easter holidays visiting spent with the

April 13 at Park Cities Steve Yelvington. Cocoa Anderson passed away FrI. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardin
Baptist Church Dallas. Tex James Crews Allentown Beach. day. April Sth. and daughters.
Paj spent the holiday weekend Q
as.The bride escorted by Mr. visiting In Bunnell with -===: -

Dewey Presley wore a floor his family.Mr. .

length diamond white' otto
man. The slender silhouetted and Mrs. Pete' Barber of

gown featured a mandarin Montgomery. Ala. spent the

collar. The lone sleeves and Easter weekend In Bunnell
visiting with his parents Mr.
entire hemline" were cuffed
with a bias fold of self fab and Mrs. J. D. Barber. RE-ELECT

ric. A detachable train fastening -
from the shouldersand Mrs. Amorette Wells is stay-

across the high collar Ing in Baxley Ga. with her

under a Dior bow fell in a daughter in law and grand

sweep to chapel length. A children while her son Bill

closed fabric pillbox held the Bowers Is a patient at the Veterans

Illusion of her short veil. Hospital at Dublin Ga.

Her attendants wore floor Bill underwent knee surgery C. H. COWART

length gowns of yellow last week. His address is:

georgette. Ward 6-A. Veterans Hospital

Sam W. Hunt Western Dublin Ga.

Springs II.. brother of tht'bndt'rroom.
best Moses and Joann Atkinsonof
was man.
afterward Griffin Ga., former Bun-
There was a reception
in the fellowship hall nellites, arrived Friday to

of the church. spend the weekend with her County Commissioner

Among the out of town parents Mr .and Mrs. Jeff

guests were the bride's mother CockrelL

Mrs. Estes. and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Hunt parents of RETURNS FROM TEXAS

the bridegroom.After Flagler County Deputy I
a wedding trip to Sheriff "Ace" Drummond and

Jamaica the couple will reside wife Barbara have returnedto

at 7813 Stanford Dallas Flagler Beach after a tripto I APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE SERVED
THE
Texas, where Mr. Hunt is Lubbock Texas where hi

Trust Administrator with was called to testify In a federal PEOPLE OF FLAGLER COUNTY AS COUNTY COMMISSIONERDURING

First National Bank In Dal- court case.
las. THE PAST TWELVE YEARS.

HOLIDAY GUESTS

Mrs. A. X. Fetter of Chattanooga -
Tenn. is visiting in Visiting at the Walter' Morris AS I SEEK RE-ELECTION I EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR VOTE
home during the Easter
Bunnell with her brother in AND SUPPORT IN THE DEMOCRATIC
wt't'kt'ndrre their son in law PRIMARIES.
law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
and daughter John and JoAnn
F. J. Chambers. Joining them
Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. Jack .
for the holiday weekend were
Ellis and family of Orlando;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambersand
and their son Pvt. Randy Morris
son Pat of Jacksonville.Mr. .
Ft. Jackson S. c., who arrived SINCERELY.

Friday to spend nine
and Mrs. Don Zalewskl
days leave with them.
and son Richard left today toreturn

to their home in Mount
Clemens Mich., after spending EASTER DINNER GUESTSMr. :

a week in Bunnell visiting and Mrs. Paul Stanish C. H. CowartCOUNTY

his parents Mr. and Mrs. and daughters Celestlne and

Andrew Zalewskl. Katherine had as their din.

ner guests Easter Sunday )fro

Recent houseguests< of Mr. and Mrs. David Burnsed and COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 3

and Mrs. Lee Bourne at Flag- children of Gainesville; Mr.

let Beach were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Stanish of St

Robert Clark of East Polne, Augustine; Airman Don Cul-

Ga. The Clarks were enroute len McCoy AFB Orlando;
Paid Political Adv.8THI .
home after a Caribbean' Bunnell, and Mr. and Mrs.

cruise. Eva Wiser of Ocala.








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SCHOOL BOA_ 7-'IRE IUMUM TMI"C 1'II' aL "...... !d. MM .

Would YouBELIEVE ornM MAPPt11DEl1NTSSuperintend.wt rMflClHdA

Csy G. .,- -
ria announced that the idioloard
M lapp.nsd 1 ",...lettCoua4y had approved. extending QUANTITY PRICES
21.31.41 .,.... GfO the contracts of the fallowing METTSSUPER
principals for the next RIGHTS GOODThurs.
7 I school term: Kenneth..,.
ring. Supervising Principal of RESERVED ., FrL, Sat.
TEN TEAM AGO.. Bwwell Nigh School: WilliamFmnelLPrtncipal and
Monday,
CMrM TNIda ,w....... of FJagjerAIM MARKET
Bradt 9eiMel Dr. Suit
Lynn's Coffee Shop. en IMMh Principal of Carver Junior April 18, 19, 20
A-l-A and planned to openut Phone 437-3201
lfiItI School.acrsrdiawg and 22, 1968
+der a MW NHM" 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
('0-) to P. E. Peters.principal. .
Beta Club efIJIftoN elected Lyke's (Sugar Creek) SmokedPICNICS
were Charles :Kwtfcrtp, ,.*.- (-0a -)
Moot; Wily Dees Ykoe pros- S C. lenMMR hM opened' '
Moot. ; Melba T\tftt<<. seere- meat market In the store
tary; Sammy WfcHakw treas space occupied by the Hughes
urer. Cliff MKJrtff was riM Grocerteria.
1p M8r. FORTY TEARS AGO 33
TWENTY TEARS AGO At a special town commits Lb.
Moo meeting' A. A. Walker.H. .
Mrs. K. K. KMtItt was
A. Eisenbach and 1". W.
chairman of trrangenwrtts
Hooper were sworn in as com
for the county wide potttfeal
miss.toners, and M. B. Fulleras
rally sponsored l by the Flee.J Mayor. LyIce's Smoked Sliced Picnics,. lb. 39c
<< County Democratic CMRmMee. -
A five fish fry follow (-o-t Flavor AgedCHUCK
According to W. C. Sullivanan

ed. (-0-) been organisation called in meeting the Clvitan had '
The Friendly Circle was
ROAST 49
roams to organise a volunteer Lb.
planning a Bazaar at the fire department for Bunnell
Bunnell Civic Center. Mrs. .
(-0-
.
Laura Morris was chairman.THIRTT
The tint car of early Irish
TEARS AGO.. Flavor
potatoes of the seasons crop Aged
Bunneil High School was accepted from this county was shippedby
"Hhottt reservation" H. C. Miller from Espanola SHOULDER ROAST Lb. 69
at a meeting of Southern Association He reported he received regular -
In Dallas. This was market price of $11. 98
the Ant time the school had and $.a respectively for ones Flavor AgedCHUCK
applied for the accreditation. twos and threes.
STEAK lb. 59*

FOR
Lyke's (Sugar Creek) Smoked (Sliced Free)
Clerk of the Circuit Court
SLAB BACON Lb. 49*

ELECTShelton
Fresh Lean Country Style

Barber PORK STEAK lb. 59c BACK BONE We



FLAVOR AGED BEEF

I PLEDGE TO CONDUCT THIS OFFICE IN
THE MANNER THAT YOU THE TAXPAYERS ROUND STEAK 99 SIRLOIN TIP ROAST, 98C
.
(Full Cut) Ib. ..
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HAVE EVERY REASON TO EXPECT.Paid
RIB STEAK BONELESS STEW MEAT,
8ge 69c
Political Adv. Ib. Ib.

SHORT RIBS OF BEEF FRESH GROUND BEEF,
Ib. 4ge 3 Ibs.... ....... .. $139

r RAIG Folgers (Mountain Grown)
V-OMPETENCE

... .-1'__.. Limit 1 with $5.00 or Lb
: COFFEE order 47 'f
: more food
.I.IW I n (Cigarettes Excluded) Tin I

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ARMOUR SHORTENINGVEGETOLE
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Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order (Cigarettes Excluded)

Soft.Weve (As L Colors)


I CHARACTER TOILET TISSUE 2 ct. 'kg. 19

I i OF
I FOR SUPERINTENDENT
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Limit 2 pkgs with $$.00 or more food order (Cigarettes Excluded)

JAMES O. CRAIGYour C O. S. light Chunk Krait Margarine llama (IS oz.)

vote and support gratefully appreciated TUNA ARKAY JELLY

Paid Political Adv.OWEN'S 3 Canaat 8ge Qtrs. Zge 4 Jars $100


ELECTRIC SERVICE Peter Pan ((12 Oz.) E.erlr.sh (20 CL) .E.erlresh (ReI.)
PEANUT WHITE WHITE

Nest to Post Office East Palatka, Florida BUTTER BREAD BREAD'

SERVING THE PUTNAM, FLAGLER, ST.
JOHNS AREA FOR 23 YEARS IN EXPERT Ijaz. 3ge 3 Loaves 6ge, 4 Loaves .7Se
ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR AND PUMP SERV-

ICE. Frozen Foods Dairy Produce
BUY FIELD OR HOUSE-
SEE US BEFORE YOU .
HOLD PUMPS. GRADER MOTORS. .ANY Master Chef KRAFT FRESH Golden Yellow

TYPE OF ELECTRIC PUMP REPAIR OR MOTOR French Fries, ORANGEJUICE BANANAS,

WORK. 2 Ib. BagWinter 19- Ib.................... 9c'I

"Your Electric Motor Specialists"Only Garden (10 ox.) Fresh CrispLETTUCE

one Phone Number to Remember Strawberries, I!!!- ,
PALATKA 325-4430 DAY OR NIGHT 2 Boxes 49c.CaL 6 i Head.... .. .. 19-



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rLAOLEK TRIRUIIE
address is: SF 4 Alan W. T1IWM. AMUL It. Hies fi-THC
Jeans, IA litOHl. Ce.c.a
About OurServicemen ... .... taf AK Mew Task
_a.

SI'C'' ltobest Moody C.) m. sesssrt- ? ?
MEYKOLM TOUR Oflwr ly received Ms third OBMMl ?
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> r SRTIND.D mendatlon Modal.Moody.
Major A. S. RyfM' M., Jr. sea 01 )If. sod .
VAXhaa em Emir of duty in Vietnam fruW Ms family ne at Pram
Monroe A. where he 19 vMI.
9 C0AQ tllW fW ill CIW v
iwttly attached to the 3h tinned with He Army.
Marine lirgiment aM par.tIeipetlag 4.>)> Are You Satisfied
,
In operation See( 81'AI SalyeHs KM
tnd (The Battle of KHe been d4s narM from the US
Army and arrived last weekto
S&htMajer Reynolds will be Join his family in BYftRe.ILAlvin
home on .leave. during May. was stationed at
Hte new extension wHl expire Kartenme, Germany for the JobOpportunities
In November. past 24 years. With the
Major Reynolds will spend
his leave at his home at =368 CARD Or THANKS
S. Daytona Avenue where I am sincerely grateful to
he resides with his fattier, my friends and neighbors for
Mr. Aneus Reynolds. their many cards flowers and
prayers during my recent In
stay in the hospHal.
SP/4 Alan W. Jones, I fof I also wish to express my
Mr. and Mn. T. A. Jones, deepest appreciation to Rev.
Bunnell. arrived in Germany and Mrs. Oliver Taylor, Doctors .
March 17 on assignment with Canakaris and Blanton
the US Army. and the entire hospital staff ?
Alan has been confined to for their kindnesses. Flagler County
the base hospital since March Lucille Walker.
27 for medical tests. Ills new Itc Apr. 18


CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. VOTE FOR

K. CRAIG. Funeral Director
JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR HARRY ATKINSONFOR

OXYGEN
LADY
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I AMBULANCES EQUIPPED


Phone ID 7-3532

201 E. MOODY BLVa BUNNELL. FLORIDA


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ON TIMECERTIFICATES
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MINIMUM S3. -9a DAYS
Paid Political Adv.
NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLYPh.

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Onnond Bach Florida To the Citizensof

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BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
Flagler County
107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657
BUNNELL, FLORIDA
FREE ESTIMATESBAR HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR SENATOR LATELY?

FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS
BEAUTY SALON AND- BARBER STATIONS I am a candidate for the State Senate, Dist. 13,

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving and would like to meet you for coffee on

BATHROOM VANITIES-BREAKFAST BARS

Laminated FINE Plastic HARDWOODS- Upholstery Fronts Tuesday, APRIL 23AT

Most orders filled within IS working d yL Wow Serving
all areas in 75 mile rod. BannelL THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:
CALL COLLECT 437-3513 439-2S79
Day Night
EVENING FLANKING ABXANGEDBINGO 9:30-11:00 a.M. Bimiell Civic Cmter


2:314:00: ,.M. Flagler Beach Wsmais'ClnbI


8 :00 P. M I will work for:

(a) Active industrial planning and development.b .

FREE REFRESHMENTS ( ) Polution control of our rivers and lakes.
TONIGHT (Thursday)
(cA) fair and equitable tax system.
FLACLER BEACH RECREATION HALL

-SPONSORED BY- Elect who WORKS for and
a man a living can un-
Disabled American VeteransJim
derstand a working man.

Booe Chapter No. 86 Elect a man who is interested in YOU.

Elect a man who will NOT forget you AFTER elec-

ATLANTIC HARDWARE tion day.

& SUPPLY CO., INC. For a conservative, working senator elect


SEE OUR SUPPLY OF LEWIS DINKINS"I

ACME PAINTSMOODY

hope to meet you Tuesday"Pde
BLVD. FLACLER BEACH
PHONE 439.2303 I foL od by the Committee to elect Lewis Dinkim Senator



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HACK STUDENTS NEW BUSINESSESTommy NICK MASTERS -THE PLAOLXR TMMnne THVML Ami. it INS

P3SSENT PLAT
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'Trouble the Durrmnce Flatter FOR STATE SENATE For Sale: French ........- will b* barred urettrdlnji to law.
at Easter KCCFacrjr : oPMhClit, announced this mask 10 weeks old. men publication .. Hare Sf,
1-brown )
WM the title el tee that" is of T. K. Construction Nicholas & Marten. Deyto- ma ; i's/,
owner 1-heewa ....... and loam DaMN ....... ....
play presented by Ute Flag : Co. of DaytaaaVech. na brae. w h has "rved as I ., ... ..
and tII"et'1It
tan mete T*!*:phone 4tf .
let Beacn second grade stoi* The business ineJudeseartto Assistant State Att..rnry fur AaL-t: JJIIII
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2547 before .. .
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dents under tHe direction at moving. equipment. &.- the past three years, is a candidate '

Mrs. Susanne Bourne. land clearing and Ailing, dttc* f,]i State Attorney LEARN how to make WIcM4e I5. Apr .. II. 3$. efakONAL

Students partkieatinc were digging and hauling An ad- He (ccc.:\-!:'J his L.J.B dearest from etst-hejr. InetruetieMMM AMSNsIsTtsont

Terry and Wendy CmntnlM. veittii .ne In The FUgkrTrtttMb from Ohio! State t' rmcrsity $ ........ Ins 3111. IV T4JSI x-eit. lvt f> MH
Mil Reynolds, Bobbie Chase ? state that he will I be .. MttVH w :r ,;
Dayt awa lorids
.U"-t r-K ....,-..... -"-_
Dyketra. Del .
Randy Bamet. available to do work in Flagler 4.3$.ltp 1'\'. FljWH
Scott Me iltt. George Miller, County Durran stale C%sit .i1. ire.

Bonnie Goodman Map Meek- he retains Ma association with Fannie: 2 .bedroom IS MKU; It SHWINptatatirr.

Ins Cindy Niefceis. Rasa Phillips and Wine In the sur- balM CM house with carswrt 'a

Comb. Derma Coleman, Reg.er wy bsanesa Air conditIonIng wall te wall JOHN H' autos.t

Goodwin, Jimmy LatagN Mr. Tom Diamond has carpet, fenced yard i Iii CMmy 1s' i( ? ...' M'IT

Clyde Duenaing. Donna Breed- opened a pool room in the Park. Bnanrti. Buddy Chambers. TOJOfjjTM... ........HHKK.mat A...._.....W...:

street. Randy Bttrfe. Brenda Harris Building on Highway 437306. 4-16-Hp INS. Mew Yerk. t( T..

Green Janet Morgan and 11. Diamond said he has four tress

Mike Barnes. peel tables and la open seven 196H Volkswagen sedan. Rt YOU> that A Hit M HkUUUIl a...".. ile:so==

days a week.' Sunday he p Priced at $146660. 504*) wa .***. Sled aArw.t

BIRTHDAY DATA open after church. down. $46.42 per month far responsible of yww y:a*r* wrttl.as raajNlrod: def to*ere* .. a if atltrar,

party. Contact Mr. t* aei WBIMrraiN. VFamIMtHO -
Happy birthday this week to: POLISH Mrs. A WMMSTMIN.' ***
SUFFER +1 Peavy or Lynn at Citizens at.I.aw. ts Cordova isms it

Today Capt. Siseo Deer SLATED APRIL 27 Bank of Bunnell. Phone A.....A-..sad r ... *** tmr

Friday-Donna Marie Fil- The Korea Civic Club will 437.3331 4-18-ltc with PIatIIUft.tfco deck Ala of t the. .

kins. sponsor a "Polish SausageSupper" ..,....I court .* or befor*

Saturday Saturday. April 27 LEARN how to MAKE wigiete My 4. list Ire owsred.....,.lea stmt a ;:

Sunday Marie Mtehaeta. from' 6 to 9 p. m. at the WhiteEagle and hairpieces. Write HAIR- t" NIW .......... is. th vlst MWtWITH. -

Mary J. Staten.MondayMartin. I at Korona. CRAFT. P. O. Box 3111. Daytona .......
..as
sly hswd sad 1M
Bo) Me- Proceed fl'OflIlK Beach. Fla. 18-ltp *o.l MM
semiannual HeII a member of Vo'usla: I9M. o fowrt on Shush !!.
Daniel John C. Sean Victor
event toward St.
go Florida and American Bar As IH(>IMIK MA fOOT
Buckle Marys Cemetery Fund. lOcia t Ionl. desk 01 Mst c..rt
Tuesday Mittie McKlnnon. E'f'f'ooeInvUt"d.. WE MAKE <*.>.!)
Masters is a former Assistant By Kitbryn UIkrputy MIsry
Wednesday Fran M. For- OUR
-- - -- OWN PAINT ilcrk
mato. Richard French. J J Attorney General in Ohio Buy Apr .. II. II. U. it*.
O. F. ALFORD He served three years in the Dlnct-kYe-Wbr _
HCQAi. AUiInTIsEtM1ti
Navy during WW II part of Par MoreGALLONS T
Argentines' dine with such Registered .
which was In the PaeifkTheatre. OPTS \\irril: i>.+' .tl.r: %M' H. .
gusto that foreigners sometimes I.I Mil MHH\T 0.
Vl KHTITIll -
call their nation the Real Estate Broker 3 LATH* |
"Land of the Stretched Belt" BunnalL Florida Carrot sticks wrapped In L/er/.r-t... ... V .K.wtMHl fUutorMMi and ..|...,..411by VilMS Fntm*
md Marl Kftalb
the National Geographic says. __ foil and cool make delicious Gallons S 98 haw of I January. flea **
___u__.___ __ kept 2 .....| bMMw Mi located at 1
,non-messy snacks forth Outside Whit ::JI nurlda. tootbrr withnwrihandtae. a I 0' I

family on a trip or picnic. OIL BASE FOR WOOD ... _t. and
.t. free ..-. to \.
says the Florida Fruit and K Hauler*** and ''',ebn
DUANE DEENFOR Vegetable Association Yeomans Nationwide .li-roon., w ho will ru itlit.. to is.- .
Paint Factory .t.- aaM s uttand .alo tM|iIneaa -
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SUPERINTENDENT OF 4M ft.. I', .. I-llaad A.... MMMMHI J .name "f Inner to up* JnU dH>
Orwtond ...... p ,. SiMAIMKKTI KarmAft

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING _. .:. Hauk-raon>-r I January*n.( Marl IM VbMo Kn5b*

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TRAINED IN BUSINESS .TiT4: ntf l'M nilll .oM rWnneM awl
1'NoistTlD.: MMin I Ak*.airy IMS
ADMINISTRATION AND SCHOOL Y r* tn Nowte I R i
KUt of rt.rMa. All de--:1'
\I.w. U JOHVHTON after I January;
EDUCATION RATE 4e pr word. Minimum |H*....a..d. tlko debt of
\svrH K .>I "'"UH'T.: **** sad <'.rol"! .
charge per issue sun Ttl.l. I'JIIM..uSIC IVTKHKHTKl ...r the
IV THK KHTATK OK IjajaoSn lw.4 Farm. ajftrofjt
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EXPERIENCED IN BUSINESS SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain You .!" hereby nollfW.I that a.

fields Installed; Rota-Rot i written intnMnm |Hirp..rtlM( I.Yileh.. K fUolMVM
AND EDUCATIONYour i.> ... the .**. Will .IM| T..tom /./ f..U, Rattter.n
snail shell Reasonable prices. .fit of MiM trcr4rl .... ha.n /a/ Karl Knabb
Call George Jarosz 437-3410 .dr.ttd to |..rwlwt. ta this /./ Leland M Khaw
Tote and support will be appreciatedPaid ,'""r' You .l.. hereby raiwlthlfi .tlniMry at Law
8-1.U n ended ..* ral.n4.r P. O H.< W*
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Political AdvYour. TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY Ant publication "r tfcta __.... Mar N Apr 4. 11. II. 4tl .
In nfpfwar In IM snort sad
Let us help beautify FlaglerCounty. itttow rm_. If ear you ..... why L'O.U.: AU'.:IITI.t.T
Large variety or evergreens the metto of this Vurt In *4mHHMr _
MM will ,. hate .
palms hedge plants. vfkovH not stand _.... lMil pro. \ 'THK IIKIIir fall HT Yost
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/ T M 1.' .l.:" I.H 'T.OR..
a K
54* miles S of Bunnell on f' Kntafctotintjr .
;JiMm. rUalrr ll %. HIM IT ins NTu..
U. & 1. Feb. IS-tlc ountr M7. IHr.
IIrat publk-allofl M.rrh :If. '*..Kb ""TtilAUNNM.'II"

FOR SALE Rent LNse2 fff
Of riMK. A l..nt"'KM **.
bedroom, Florida room, Hjr Wesley A rink UNA 0T rTBS-IAI HJ*
!' O Hot SIMimrton 1 t..dMa l.at
Vote and SupportIs beach house with carport Ph. 14..e).. 1"1.,.... '''Tit K 4373472. Mar. 7-TFC Att rnrs for Estate TO. UNA II. TtsTintIiA/I2
Mar It. Apr 4. It. II. Ire IN .Ftrt street
Appreciated ry..rw... Lots For Sale 110 ft. frontage L* ......Uf'. T.......... Hf
LEGAL ADYEHTr..IIRNTIr YOU AUK IIKHKHT NtrTN
on John Anderson Hwy. KIHIi that. an Miton for dl"or.e
by 330 ft deep.! Over 40 fruittrees THK rorvrr Ji D4er lies been tiled against you ...d
CHI HT. IV' "MI Poll .......n.I. you are required to ...ry. avropy
Phone 439.:>>13
per lot. ..:" I'01 VTY .'1."'<<1"%. IV of your written defen**..
after 6 p. m. """H'Tt: If any to It on IMNAUJ.: .
V > tub 14H.*... Ke. ulr.
of I>ufr.tt ltar
Apr. 4, 11. 18. 25, 4tc 1 IM ; F.c.AT" OK ry and Mepa, attorney far
ALICE li. JOMNKTON .1 II UII. whoa address U 1'.0.
# TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY is I.reaaed.iTII I4u. *MS, Ormond Ltoarh. KlorMa. -
Hl it TO IIKIIITOH1 and ate tIM original
with
authorized Flagler County To all .., ,.
.dlto and all persona the clerk of the above 1
Dealer for Sunnlland Fertilizer. havlnr rlalm 0' demandssRainl court o* or before Stay I..a t;

We stock a complete line You and sold each..of tat you. are hor.- entered otherwlca against Judgment you far may the ,.b.*

WILLIAMS for any purpose. Visit our br notified and required to pr.. 'lief demanded In the eontplalnl
sent any claim and demand or petition.WITNHAM.
nursery and see what Sunnl which you or either of you ntay
hatss,MalMt the estate of AUCK a and the
land can do for On U. S. Dart
you. It JOU.VrrtlN d. wa.ml. late of SQL of said on April i.
1 South Apr. 4, 4tc Klaxlrr County, KUrlda to the
,..; Count Jud*. of Klaclrr Oountr H
'- CANDIDATE FOR FOR SALE-speed small ('ourthou, at kl:" of In lee ilunnetl.In the tltgltr rv unty (H&AM A. link: ut said Court

console HI-FI; 4 drawer chest- County. Florida within sit Uy: Kathryn U Emery
STATE SENATOR 24x14 In.; 4 drawer chest-30 x month from tho ..t. of flrit A* Leputy Clerk.
publication of this notlr. April II. IS. M. May 1-4IfHTI
16 In.; 5 drawer kneehole deskor Each rlalm or demand must
CIMOCXAT DIST. 13 dressing: table with glass b* In wrltlnr and mutt .tat. theplaee % < HAs
of residents and postoi lee
BUSINESSMAN top and bench; 4 drawer chest address of tb. claimant and must Acts provided In Chapter MM.
b* sworn to by th. claimant of 1511 Not I* hereby
Citrus o Cattle 1930.1942 Mining 29X17 in.; 1 drawer bed table; arrnt. or his attorney, or It* gives that the tangible perxmal
2 chairs recllner and 1 rocker property tatea need rev l 7
MATURE LEADERSHIPCommunity aro now delinquent and begin
; a cedar chest Phone 439- nine with April.t such lase.Sr. .
o Church o Education 2175. 4-lMte HASTINGS MATTRESS drawing Interest at 1% per
month plus the proportion
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE & UPHOLSTRY WORKS cost of publishing this nolle.
HOUSE FOR RE.Vf-2 story, ........ the amounts eel apposite
Tax Structure o Notard l**.urc.. 2 bedroom 2 baths. 208 8th 710.12 Lemon St. earn name below are paid before

IMPARTIAL REPRESENTATION Street South. Flagler Beach: Palatka, Florida the will ftrt b* issued day of thereon May directing warrant

from now until Sept 1-Lots Phone EA 59166FunUhue. levy upon and In* *e4i..r. ef
Herd Work Honest tangible. personal
property of
of hall room for extra beds. UpbolUriag the taipayer tor unpaid t.....
Knows Problems from Experience Ph. 4392176. 4-ll-2tc Repaired & BaflalshadMottrtssas '.n.'t... and additional cot.
'..-' Th namea of th* delinquent
H.r.t arse M a n. maw
& Box personal
Springs property taxpayer and
HELP WANTED: : Applicationsare
the ..
amount of ta.
and th*
now being taken until Mad to Order. Also Renovated first _1I'h'* penalty are aa '01.
Coil Laura Morris m.=n low:
May 2 for full time City Po
Bertha. .. ..
lUbert I JT. *
liceman. Applications and Alter f:00 P. M. >'artr. Isaac .. ... __ .... I.I.
Flagler County Insurance qualifications obtainable at PRICES REASONABLE ollloe, >T rd at Hettjr 1'14
II A ft Anwes..nl Co. .: )4) 44l
Flagler Beach City naIL BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED rlorida Mat *."... (0. )to .tfl
4.11.3tcWantedExperienced lUllfai Amu.ement .V.... I.e'
last os near as your ._r... H.nKln .._. It H
Agency Inc. Phone or Post Office .. Truck ..t.p and1Istfs..m
service
.- "_..... It
station attendant Good salary Drop Us a Card or Call .
Free A KnMrtrt, f*. H.UkMHT. ... ::::::: )liLt
All Forms of Insurance transportation neces Pick-up Delivery J4.. ... _..____...
sary. Call 437-9190' or 677- iv<*raa* lH Ha ; '
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Klettnetd ...
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305 East Moody DI.d.I IPhone 437-3171 9616. 4-18-ltc Herbert Hoover of Iowa was rls a.... ), U_--____ Ie. :
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Bunnell, Florida 32010UFEFlREAUTOCASUAL Help Wanted Female: the tint President from west Wsier Jack _----'tI.'_ ....:
Attractive barmaid 4 to 12 of Mississippi River. The ria.er 11awe-h n.t.1 ...a.:
,.....,-. Mears..ev HUt
-BONDS p. m. Holiday Inn 195. Tele 31st President was bom at PALE B PHOWX JR.

phone 67MOGO. 4-18-ltc West Branch, Iowa In 1874. 4-ia.J -- .e TaxFLAGLER tt.lkc4o



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ST. MAltTS CHW6HMJBMIIIC BAPTMT 6LAMC THVM. A.... M. Htt 1&-THC FLA4LBB TBJWNC
T AVTOCS9NBAY. HAVE i8Q HVNT
APML M The' ....Iry, junket aM M. ARMY RCWHtVM CALENDAR OF EVBN'7r8'OAT. ;
CHURCH The second annual *....... gJmi*** Sunday sde0l ....... TO PARTICIPATEIN APfiB. M I
ing of Automobile wttt beat of tfc* Flagler Bc*.fc Pint CELEBRATION The V.F.W. Auxiliary will '
Several local riilJmU will meet at 8 p. m. at the Bun
NEWS St. Mary's Catholic Cfcttftfc Bs4iM Church had their annual
( i at Korona Sunday. April 21. Egg: Hunt Friday afternoon participate in the (ferh anniversary nell Civic Center.
f..!..\ eelevfsjtteft of the haslet Beach City Commission -
The special festivities commence at th- home: of Mr. and
with Mass at 11:08 a. Mrs. E. P. Fleurie. United States Army Reserve mating at 7:30 p. m.
Sermon m. The ritual for trawlers The prter egg was wen by at Palatfca Sunday April 21. MONBAY. APWL :X
Weekly and -auto Messing" will M.i. Roxanne Kinser. Games were according to 2nd Lt. JackfMt Royal Neighbors. meet at

.... Oliver F. Terrier Pastor low at 11:45: a. m. Everyone' enjoyed and other prise winners 7:30 p. m. at the home of
BuaneU Methodist ChurchrEBSECUTED .Is invited to have their es were Gwen Greene. Walter Melt saM free LARC Army Mrs. W. H. Well, Moody
.blessed. during this special I IWf'Ykoe. Ktnssr, Eugenia KIM<<. Amphibian>)> rids will be VvVtt* Bttftft !LFiaffer
and Douglas Cri Cher. given at Memorial Bridge Beach Lions Club
:Many people feel a* If they A luncheon will be servedon starting at 1 p. m. meets at 7:30 p. m.TUESDAY. .
aw persecuted and perhaps the C'hWf'dJIMIHtds' : at Other local residents of the APRIL 23
they are right However, the 12:30 followed by a games' BUNNELL LAY SPEAKERS reserve force participating In Bunnell Lions Club lunch
question that confront us I* party and social at St. Mary'sHall. Ray Mercer. Lay Leader the national observance will eon-meeting' 12:15: at the
the reason' behind an Individ- and Kenneth Herring Supervising be PFC Fred' Harris. PFC Bunnell Civic Center.
teal being treated poorly by General chairman of activities Principal of Bunnell Mack PelHcer. and PFC David Eastern Star Chapter No. 93
others Some people seem to Spivey. meets at 8 p. m. at the Masonic
.Is Mrs. Frank Brede.' She Schools, will be guest speakers
have an affinity to being always The US Army Reserve Hall Bunnell.
will be assisted by Lee Draz-: at the First Methodist
taken advantage of. and ba Mrs. Alex Zysk. Mrs. Rose Church of Bunnell Sunday members officers and enlisted Boy Scout Troop No. 495!
they appeal to the sympathyof Srigie ski. Mrs. Anna Jarosz morning. daily demonstrate their meeting.
others. The "self styled determination to remain WEDNESDAY.' APRIL 24
Mrs. Mary Vandling. Mr. and James Townsend Church
martyr" Is a pathetic figure Mrs. Max Porte. Mrs. Paul School Superintendent, will ready. They represent a dedicated Flagler Woman's Club
who receives his own rewardin Stanish. Mrs. Andrew Zalew- lead the worship service. The strong and vital element luncheon and Installation
playing upon the sympathyof ski. Mrs. Clarence Nlesen. children Choir will provides of our defense team. meeting at 1 p. m.
others. Mrs. M. Slaugh. Mts. William al music under the direction Everyone Is Invited to attend Boy Scout Troop No. 472
God does not Intend for a Buck the observance. meeting.
Jones Mrs. Dominic of Mrs. Maxine
.
Christian to around looking
go Buono Mrs. Rose Kort. Mrs.P. lea
for a chance to becomea McAvoy. Mrs. Jerry Slovak. EDUCATOR VISITS SCHOOLS DAV COLLECTS
martyr. He does expect his Mrs. C. Relss, Mrs. Tom Da- Grey Wilson Health and BOOKS
followers to proclaim His laws vock Mrs Mary Kranskl. TAYLOR INCARRABELLE Physical Education Coordinator DAV members collected 58
and to witness to the REVIVAL
saving Stanley Smlgielskl and of Tallahassee visited the hard cover books at their
grace through Jesus Christ. Charles KranskL Reverend Oliver Taylor, Flagler County school plants weekly Bingo game last
The laws of Cod are tempted The public Is cordially in pastor of First Methodist Friday. Thursday evening. Two bingo
with love and mercy, and are vited.' Church of Bunnell will Wilson was accompanied cards are given for each book
intended to redeem' rather preach revival services at on the tour by Supt. Coy donated with a maximum
than destroy. BAPTIST YOUTH REVIVAL First Methodist Church of Harris. allowed of two books.
When a person proclaimsCod's The First Baptist Shurch :..fBunnell Carrabelle. Florida. The books are being collected .
love
His laws
through will hold a youth revival Reverend Taylor said services Pine seedlings spaced for by the veterans for distribution
he also
denounces sin
as opposed Thursday thru Sunday will begin Sunday mornIng planting 8 feet" apart would to the local libraries
to the love of God. Being
April 1821. with emphasis on and continue through total 680 trees to the acre. as a community project.
Christian
tends
a to give .
and activities for each Thursday evening.AT
direction for life. There are age
times when ones witness will group. Age groups will Include

be opposed to popular apPf'al.but Primaries thru Young REELECTP.
Adults.A SHRINE MEETING
Christ affirms the rewardof
the faithful. Team from Stetson The Flagler County Shrine
they which are persecuted"Blessed are for University composed of Allan Club had a memorial to Ra A. (Zip) Edmonson
who died
rightousness sake: for theirsIs Celoria. Stan Christianand phael Sturman.
the kingdom of heaven." Miss Ruth Nemic. They March 2... when it met Thursday -
Matthew 5:10. will lead the recreation music night at Malphurs Restaurant 6- SHERIFFOF
and spiritual life activities Special{ guests were ..p
of the younger group In Mr. Sturman's widow Mrs.
BEACH METHODIST MEN the church during the four Gladys Sturman. and his
HEAR OF MARCO POLOA day revival. daughter. Mrs. Margaret MarshalL

most enthusiastic meetIng Flagler CountyPaid
was held at Flagler Beach Smokey Bear's opposite It was announced the St.
Tuesday evening April 9th. number in New Zealand is a Augustine Shrine Club annual
attracting 250 people to the Kola Bear still hates barbecue" will be May S at Political Adv.
Marco Polo program at the forest Aires, too. Elkton.

Methodist Church Fellowship
Hall. Mr. Jack White, president
of Marco Polo was introduced *
by Bob Wallace,
president of Methodist Mens

Club.Many of the people present AnnouncingChevrolet's

had already read In the
press about the new develop-
ment which is now being
constructed within close proximity
of Flagler Beach and
Bunnell. They were particularly new Torque-Drive.
Interested In hearing
more of the details about the Nobody else offers anything ,bl. It at the Nova 4- and 6-cyl sd.r models. The shift lever Is conveniently located
entertainment complex which price. look how simple H is.You accelerate on the steering column, and there's
will comprise an area of Torque-)rive does away with the dutch i its then shift to Hi for cruising. That's all a selector quadrant with eaty-to-reod
5.300: >> acres. pedal. Most of the shifting too. And for If you Ii.... you con even start In Hi. Indications PartR-NXi-lst. Only your
White stated that Marco the most economy, H's available excluAnd accelerate from standstill to cruising Chevrolet dealer has tt-clutchless! driving
Polo would be larger than siveV on on Comoro shies and Chevy U speed. It's Lust a little slower that way at only $68.65.

Disney Land of California.
Cypress Gardens and Busch
Gardens. There will be a
large Japanese Garden which
will be the first area opened. The first
Spectacular boat rides will be
a special feature to tourist
from other countries
A huge cllmatron 12 stories
.
high will contain different
vegetation and plants from allover no clutch
the world. It will be located .
at the grand entrance
just off 1.95 and Old Dixie

Interchange.White fielded many questions shift
from the people pres. one
rot and the general Impression
was that Marco Polo
will be the greatest economic
development to have come
years.to Flagler County in many $Aft 65

lie stated that sixteen million .
tourist visited Florida
last year. By 1975, when Disney .
Enterprise and Marco
Polo are in full operation
it Is anticipated that approximately transmissionOnly
sixty million tourists
will come to Florida.
White stated that the first
section will be open In early
19G9. When In full operation Chevrolet has it.

there will be about 1200 people
employed


says Florida here are Trend GO schools Magazine In l 16M1 I

Florida training thousands of
. civilian pilots who will some _'s aes.Md 1.0.1_ ........ fdad .....T.*. San ... keel taw.M......

day fly their own airplanes
for pleasure or business.