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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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. 51 No. IS THURSDAY. MAT 2. 1968 SXSO A TEAR




I PREVIEW EDITION OF ALL CANDIDATES : I




= = There will be 21 opposedDemocratic So. Three
i'AimeCltOWl' BEACH UONS PRESIDENT
candidate and 10 HAL P. DEXLEi Dade Circuit

ATTENDS opposed Republican candidates Court Judge former judge
for various U. S. and of civil court of record, member
BEACH RALLYA state offices on the baHet nextTuesday. of State JudMal: Cetmeil.'

petttfeal rally sponsored t Other unopposed VASSAR CARLTONi fire-
by Flag let Beach Taxpayer candidates from both parties yard Circuit Court Judge
Association was w.41 attended wttl not appear on the primary former county! Judge Stetson
by candidates and interested ballot law graduate.Five .
teens. President Anew Since very few of these candidates candidates are seeking
Reynolds was moderator of have had any local election to the seat on the
fee event exposure, we shall attempt Commission of Florida Public
LewIs Diftkins. Ocala after- .k to give a very brief back Utilities:

ney, candidate for State !eft. ground of each candidate.Six Robert C Brand <( ate developed his. theme' candidates are runningfor ) Engineer and business

"Have you seen your senator United States Senate for man. t
lat ly?" He favored a sales seat being vacated by Senator Jess Yarborough! (Democrat j
tax on phosphate and lime. George Smathers. Four Democrats ) Realtor and state repre
rock as a means of raising 4 are: Leroy Collins, Earl sentative.
state revenue. Falrcloth. Sam FOOT and Richard Harvey H. Bafcrri Marine
Jim Williams. Ocala citrus Lafferty. Two Republican Expediter warehouseman' and

grower and rancher, also, a candidates are: Herman Gold- trucker.
State Senate candidate opposed net and Edward J. Gurney. Martial DM Roach! (Re-
severance taxes on phosphate LEROY COLLINSt Lawyer, publican) Chief inspector of
Uraerock and timberon ) former state representative the State Racing Commission
the grounds It would causea and senator, governor for six commercial pilot and boat
setback for local Industry years, chairman of Democratic captain.
and cost: the taxpayers In the National Convention In 1960. Roy C. OsbonMi Republican

long run. former president of National ) Lawyer, state representative
Both Dinkins and Williams Broadcasters, former head of and minority leader pro
stated they had visited Fla,. rttoto ftr Tb. U M.IB U. s. Community Relations tern.
ler County five times during Joe Harrison was Installed as president of Flagler Lions Club Service and former Undersecretary There are three candidatesfor

the campaign and would remain on Monday night April 22nd. Harrison succeeds Floyd Collins of Commerce. State Attorney.
close to the people if who was the first president the Beach Lions EARL FAIRCLOTHi lawyer Stephen L Boylsi Palatka
elected. (Note: Both candidates attorney general since 1963.U. attorney, former assistant
have been visitors at CITY OF BUNNELLPLANNING. STEVE CYZYCKI of Florida oratorical state attorney, and served as
the Tribune on all five visits.) champion, former Dade state Judge Advocate in the Air
Walter S Morris spoke on ASSURED DIED FRIDAY representative and member of Force.

behalf of Douglas St strom, The Bunnell City Commission Steve S. Cywckl\ 52, lifelong Constitutional Revision Com Nicholas S. blusters Daytona -
candidate for Congress. Can. received a telegram residentof Korona until mittee. Beach attorney and

. lt p "' ..Monday from Senators Spes. about six flE sfhs ago, died SAM FOORt Publisher cf assistant state attorney. His
regret .. card Holland and George in Bay Pines Veterans Hospital Porkchop Newsletter, ran for first cases pnweculed were In
attend Smathers stating: "We are at St Petersburg Friday Governor in 19G8L the FlaglerChrtitt ConnJoseph '
Nicholas Masters candidatefor pleased to be advised of Urban night after a long Illness.A RICHARD UUTEHTTt Mater A. Scarlett: Deland
state attorney, was represented Planning Assistance native of Korona, he had electrical, George Wallacefan Attorney Public Defender and
by Dr. John M. Canak- Grant In amount of $7.478 for been a poultry farmer there and his first try at state former deputy commissioner
arts who spoke In his behalf. comprehensive planning of until last October when he politics. of Florida Industrial Commis
All candidates for county Bunnell." moved his family to St. Pe Republican candidates are: sion.
offices were present and spoke HERMAN GOLDNER Former Four candidates
The City of Bunnell had tersburg. He was a memberof are seekingthe
with the exception of county approved the planning study St. Thomas Episcopal mayor of St. Petersburg W. United States Congress,
commission district three, Justice subject to receiving the federal Church and past commander W. II veteran, business administration seat vacated by veteran congressman
of peace and constable. grant The total cost for of The American Legion Post graduate of Harvard Syd Herlong:
Refreshments were served the study Is approximately 115 in Bunnell. received Florida Jaycee William ChappUi (Democrat -
before the meeting.CHAMBER 311,200 with the city paying He Is survived by his wife Good Government Award. ) Ocala lawyer who has
one-third of the amount. Victoria; a son. Gary. and EDWARD J. GURNEY U. S. served eleven years as state
OF The contract for the general Gary, and a daughter, Bonnie Congressman since 1962. Harvard representative. lIe is a former
COMMERCEBOARD plan has been awarded to Karen; his father, John, Ko law graduate, and former House speaker and most vaJ.uable
MEETSThe Mel Conner and Associates, rona; two brothers, Ted Or- Mayor of Winter Park serveson member of 1967 House.

Board of Directors of Inc. Consulting Engineers mond; and Victor, Gainesville Astronautics and Education Douglas SUastrom (Democrat

the Flagler Chamber of Commerce and Planners of Tallahassee. ; two sisters, Mrs. William Committees. ) Sanford attorney, term
.
The main objectives of City Malone. Sarasota, and Three Democratic candidates er Seminole County Judge;
met
Thursday morning
to handle routine business of Planning are: to prepare for Mrs. Joseph Panella Meredo- for Florida Supreme twelve years as state senator;
Court seat one. are: outstanding first term sena
expected changes; to produce sla IIIFuneral
the Chamber. Directors discussed
RICARD H. COOPER Stet.
desired community Improvements services were Tuesday tor.William
the school situation
and ; and prevent changes morning at 10:00: at Craig son law graduate Circuit T. Herloagi Republican -
facing Flagler County
Court Judge, former Orange Leesburg citrus
which are undesirable. Funeral Home In Bunnell. grower;
asked questions as what the These objectives will be approached Rev. Cannon Shoumaker, Pastor County prosecuting attorneyand two term C of C president;
Chamber could do to .
help.It by research of present of St. Thomas Episcopal Judge of criminal court of and Lake county Kirk Committee
was decided that the Directors
conditions Church officiated. Intermentwas record. chairman.
utilities
facilities
would ask tq meet In. JOE BOYD. former vice Worn foucbtn
(
and growth studies; pre. In Volusla Memorial Republican
with the School Boardto
formaly paring future plans for land Park, Ormond Beach. mayor of Miami, former ) Ormond Beach evangel
offer the services of the
use (:zoning); transportationplan Craig Funeral Home was chairman of Dade county commission lit; former pastor and director
Chamber of
Commerce In
and community facilities In charge. city attorney and of radio and television program
meeting the In the
challenges
school program. ; and plan Implem nta. past commander of Florida "Lifeline".
tlon. American Legion.
A committee of three members BUNNELL SAM SMITH Circuit Court

was appointed to meet GENERAL Judge Cornell law graduate, NEW THRIFTWAY
with the Board of County Commissioners famed as the judge who ruled
to seek further VTW AUXILIARY ACCREDITEDWord for 100 percent property val. OPENS MONDAYThe

steps In making the airport ACTIVITIES has been received uations.
Metts Food
Thriftway
available for Industrial pros from the Joint Commission Two Democratic and two Store will
pects. An airport appraisal Is VFW Auxiliary No. 5213 will open Monday on
on Accreditation of Hospitals Republican candidates run U. S. 1 North at the corner of
one of the first steps neededIn hold a bake and candy sale that the Commission has approved for Florida Supreme Court, Lambert Avenue. The old
order to detrmlne values of Saturday morning at 9 a. m., the recommendation Seat Two: Metts Super Market will be
And In talking with pros May 4th. according to an announcement of the recent Survey Team to JAMES C ADCNSi (Democrat closed after Saturday night,
P< A discussion was held relative Akers. The sale Is In front of
Hospital to be accredited fora Judge, former assistant attorney ment by Dewayne Melts Gen
to recent news stories the Bunnell post office. period of three years, ac general and Judge of eral Manager.The .
about poverty that was sup. The next regular meetingof cording to Dr. John M. Canak- Alachua court of record. Grand Opening of
posed to exist In Flagler Counter the VFVV Auxiliary will be arts medical director. WOODIE A. LHLESt (Democrat Meat Thriftway will begin

County. Dr. John Canak Thursday evening May 2nd. The Commission is composed ) Judge of District Courtof next Thursday May 9. Melts
arts stated that he had no All members are urged to at of four large national Appeals, former state representative said they would be closed

knowledge of any nutritional tend. organizations, namely, the past president of Wednesday making preparations
deaths In the county. Othermembers American College of Physicians Young Democrats. for the Grand Opening.

said they had no the American Collegeof DAVID McCAINi (Republican The new store has 6300
TIDE
knowledge of any such conditions TABLE Surgeons and the American ) Judge of District Courtof feet floor all
square space
existing In Flagler Coun TIDES FOR MAT 2-t Hospital Association as wellas Appeals, former Ft Pierce equipment' and facilities will

ty.While HIGH LOW the American Medical Association. city attorney. be new. Parking facilities
it was ackonwledgedthat Day A-M. P31 AJ.L P.M. ELLIS RUBIN ..(Republlcan will be available for more
the publicity would adversely 2 11:18 11:36 5:06 4:54 The Commission commended ) former pedal assistant than 30 cars.
effect Flagler County, 3 Noon 1139 5:48 5:42 Bunnell General Hospitalfor attorney general and memberof The Thriftway stores are
It was recognized that the 4 12:24 12:54 6:42 6:42 maintaining standards deserving Miami Crime Commission, privately owned. They are
stories probably originatedfrom 5 1:18 1:48 7:42 7:43 of accreditation: and ran for attorney general in part of a grocery co-op which
Mut of state press associations 6 %:12 2:48 8:36 8:54 for, their constant effort to Improve 1966. enables them to have mass
ninth' would be Inv 7 3:12 3:48 9:30 .. ...., ._.
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1..1 A.....'.EDITORIAL... mU.


ELECTION DAYWe

do net have any word of wisdom about how to vote S. D. A. Choice
or how to go about selecting! the best candidate.
There ki a story that Vlee President Alvin Barkley used to 49
tell about an experience he had when running fer re-election
as Senator. He ran Into an old mountaineer who supported him
thru many election' but who informed the Senator he would
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
not vote fer him In this particular election.
"But. why", asked the Senator "Dldnt I get your pensionfor
you? And, didn't I get your wife on welfare? And, didn'tI STEAK 59
get your son an appointment In CCC? And didn't I get soilSank
! funds for your farm?
"Yeah that U true", answered the mountaineer "But what Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (6-8 Ib. Avg.) SLICED FREE
have you done for me lately?"
And we. too are often guilty as we make our decisions on <
how to vote. What will the candidate do for me? This election' PICNICS ib. 39
I ff'ellurre shall go.to the polls with the singular thought
of which candidate will be best for our county, or best for our
schools, or best In the office for which they are campaigning.
The only concern that we would Issue a word of caution on
during this election: Is "block" voting. It Is not a healthy sign Western SELECT Valleydale "ASSORTED"
for a group of people to vote for a certain candidate simply because
he Is a member of a certain race church or organization. BEEF LIVER LUNCH MEATSlb.
Block voting is negative voting In which the voter has forfeitedhis L
ability to vote a secret ballot for the candidate who is best .
6 oz.
qualified. 49C 3 Cello Pkgs. 89 C
We would like to compliment most of the candidates for
running clean above-the-board campaigns. This election, so far Fresh Florida Grade "A' D & D (2U-2 I/ lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE
Is free of bitterness and slanderous accusations usually associated
with elections. We hope H Is not evidence of lack of Interest
The Flagler Beach Taxpayers Association Is to be commended Whole lbLykes 29*
for sponsoring a rally whereby the Beach residents could be. .
come better acquainted with the candidates and hear their
views on matters concerning county and state government
While a recent political rally In Daytona Beach drew only
38 listeners we were proud to see over 200 people at the Flag I "Sugar Creek" BACON (Sliced
ib. 53'Lyke's
lee Beach rally.Ecxocisbcr. SMOKED SLAB Free)
that a free election with secret' ballots Is one -
of the greatest privileges any nation can have. And, we are one
of the few that has this democratic privilege. Everyone should 12 oz. Can
exercise this privilege and vote on May 7th. LUNCHEON rU.
The Supervisor of Elections Informs us she has had 80 re MEAT 45e SNOWDRIFT
quests for absentee ballots, many of which are from servicemen
half way around the world. If they go to that much troubleto Martha White
vote, surely we can take a few minutes on May 7th. QUICK
John A. Clegg GRITS 5 Ba 39* 3 T/n 39c

Salad Dressing Quart Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
MIRACLE WHIP *- 59c

Remember Mother
Upton's l/4 lb. Pkg.
Each Joe Grain's Grade "A"
with Flowers on May 12th TEA 390 SMALL

ROSES VASE OR BOX Giant SixeJOY
Each EGGS
GROWING PLANTS CORSAGES 49C
PERMANENT WREATHS and PLANTS I

BLACK'S FLOWER SHOP EVERCANE 3 Doz. 89c

111 N. Forsythe Street Ph. 437-3348

SUGAR FROZEN FOODS -

FOR Slb.. 29C Frosty Acres LIMEADE or

Clerk of the Circuit Court Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 'LEMONADE U": IOC

Handy Pac 2 lb. Pkg.
ELECTShelton FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH FRIES Ea. Zge

New CropONIONS

BarberI 2"" 29cCalif.

COLD
SunkistLEMONS POWERGIANT

PLEDGE TO CONDUCT THIS OFFICE IN D" 39c
THE MANNER THAT YOU THE TAXPAYERS
HAVE EVERY REASON TO EXPECT. Crisp HEADLETTUCE SIZE 49C

WHAT HAS GEORGE DONE 19c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Paid Political Adv.
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The East Flagler Mosquito Control District,

Board of Commissioners, will accept applications

for position of fogging operators, for night operation -

and limited early morning operation; also

position for shop foreman.

Contact for information ( I

Clinton Giddens, 439-2235 OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
Lyman L Gage, 439-20&S 8tOO a-nu-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good May 2, 3,4,5 and 6, 1968iI



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DMZ and in I Corps SMALL CLAIMS Tftotf... MAT 2. 19MTilt: FLAOLM TM OWC:
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C-117 averages better
than 1>> hours of tying time JUDGMENTS ty convention will be held ac

ftIW) ..... ___ ....... The following JurtgaMntiwere Miami teach while dMocraoc !?sees-
tile not-too-frtoMMy MM elvietaam entered in Small ClalaM I Too Late Party asawMn wiN
be MM ta t ,
tiaas
IMek by Judge Cora archiesFor :
A/C Jwwph N. Rr.. .has Army Navy and Marine the }......." Chimeras lo The. list naHsnalttan ......

rthiHMd to Shaw APR. & C. Carps. troops In the ..... Bank vs. Wessvy E. Tks M, I ClassifyST was held in laVt by tawalswtliwd

after "*lIT Mac three stays '"It'a a hectic .btsMsysss," For the .pialndtt, Runlet CM- llassstt aVsi Antt-Msjsssi PlMtr.Ta .
feave at Flatter Bsadt: wish MM Lt. Cantowil. "... we ds oral Hospital ... Leo Morris- same year taw Matta**!

.Mat ........ Mr. ana Mftt. 'se our job and .Mfce It. If* a iwalhMptng on; Tommy belie. ; CaH n Sense *..** will py .hest Ihn If.k'NspWers 1 Pi4,'
T. ....... Airman Brace's .4- eh.ilenpe the .MH InLt Jones; Judy and KMS iphwy; to the IBM Peaty IMt tsmlau4 *-y Clay
wvytiMICvMn
dross to: CMR Bwc MT7. Shaw the air as mush as we do.And Bryee Sweeter and MtimieEdwarws. siwretiart might to nm against Andrew Jek-

APR s. c. .;.. I tIMt't think toe many W worthwhile to review a bitof son.The
(t) ether tft'WS' could de the One case was settled. prior hiMery.OW Democratic Party as we
INJURED IN VIETNAM "1Itt'." to trial and six cases were twe-party syoletn did Know It today held Ma ftvsteanvenoan

Word has been! received Cantrell I III the son ef OOftttnwd. There were rw.ttty. not b..fn as n.W"'n sad in ositinfesee m
that Marine Pvt. Charles Zifen- Guy CantrHI eC Bunnett.Ifl two cases presented Demecratie. The frst two MM to renominate JaewsMt.
It Meet re4hhieed a tws.tMesmajority
merman' who is serving at ('0-) great parties ware known as
Quart Nam. Vietnam, sustained Walt Townsend. wM hHWM HOSPITAL NOTESADMITTED the Federalists and and theDemocratrRepublkans to nominate aM this
CaJtferMa rule remained in e a hand injury from an stationed : Mabel Emery. 1986 when it
was changed
expletive. device while on pat with the US Navy stepped by Marie West' John Brateher The Federalists favored a
to a simple' majority.
treL Pvt. Zimmerman's wife the Tribune office Monday afternoon central government'
Gus Dunson. John Kinney, strong The present' Aetublisn.
is the former' Sherry Cex. of for a visit Walter Bertha Ph.MH' Sharon while the DemocraticRepublicans Party first convened in I"1s11adetpM *
ThjnnclL and a Navy buddy Chuek Diane White, LiiHa'n Giddem favored local governmental
.. in 1866 where It eslAOvM'ft -
(t) Smola left Wednesday for control The latter
Fred Hall, all Bunnell; Will- vWwflMv
O A national t *
Sgt Johnny Metis: who Isstationed Idaho Falls Idaho after visIting liam Repick. Jack Abbott group' ejected Its first Presi tee and nominated' CM. John
with the US Akforoe here with Walter's fam dent. Thomas Jefferson, ifi
Ralph Moarse, Robert Ken CtBBBaACa! for President The
at Thailand surprised his ily. Walter's new address will dall. Joan Parrteh. all Flagler 1800 and the present Democratic party Itself was born two
wile Isabel last Friday morning be< with a ,telephone call. Falls. Idaho 83401. Mary Ruby Taylor back to Jefferson. While consin.

Johnny reported' he was fine Gainesville!; Mario Wyman. starting out In opposition to From tH time< and missed everyone at home. SP/4 Ernest M. Peavy arrived Ormond Beach. a powerful central government can Party elected their first

He is assigned to a helicopterunit in Korea about two Dismissed: Michele! Counts, and favoring more power President Abraham Lincoln,
In Thailand. weeks ago where he is on assignment for the Individual states
Millage Weakfall Cortw San-
until the< with the US .
(t) Army.He the Democratic Party today
den, Willie! Cooper. Gary elected Franklin D. Roosevelt
Pvt. Randy Morris. US is the! son of former Bun. Buckles: Gamer Sanders, advocates the old Federalist of
the Republicans were out
Army returned' to Ft. Jackson nell residents Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Bass Ruby Durrance. policy of a powerful national
office only two terms duringthe
S. C. after spending/ 9 Howell Peavy. who are now Otis. Allen Martha Under government. The De ocratlc-
administration of Cleveland < leave here with his resnding in Jacksonville.His to the
days parents wood. Minnie Howell. KatherIne Republicans gave way in 1884 and Woodrow
Mr. and Mrs. WaHer new address is: SP4 I lol len bash, Sarah Strom. Whip which included the Wilson in 1912. During this
Morris. Ernest M. Peavy. RA 12990000.Co. Sandra Abbott. Kathy Par- Antl-Masons, Free<
(t) A-7th SAT Bn. San Francisco rlsh.. the American Party. themselves the G. O. P.

PROMOTED 96207. The! first Democratic Party (Grand Old Party) and took

Boyd Robertson US Army CANDIDATES President was Andrew Jackson the elephant as their symbol.In .
Korea has been promoted to HOME FROM VIETNAM in 1828. The present Re- the! meantime the Demo
Private! First Class. Boyd is VISIT FLAGLER publican Party grew out of a cratlc Party adopted the don

attending school at Camp Mrs. Lucy Dealing, FlaglerBeach J. II. Jim) WIII ama. Oeala coalition of Whigs and a number key as representative! of the
Barbara in North is expecting her son of minor and elected .
Korea. His candidate! for State Senator parties "working party".
new address Is: PFC. Boyd C. Cpl. Kenneth A. Dearing toarrh'f' visited In Flagler County last their first President Abraham Never in the! nation's his.

Robertson US 53703341. If. Q it. this weekend for a vis Wednesday. He came! by The! Lincoln in 1860. tory has the political picture

2nd Batt. 76 Arty.. APO San Tribune for a few minutes at While these two parties been so clouded and confused.
Cpl. Dearing has just returned !
Francisco Call 96002.U. press time.! have! remained dominant we Never has the nation faced to
from 13 months tour of
Lewis Dinkins still have minor serious Our
young attorney numerous many problems.
duty in Vietnam After thirty
Bill Cantrell an Air Operations from Ocala and a candidate parties such as the National. future rests with what happens
days If'avehf' will report to
Officer stationed' at for State< N. C
Danang Vietnam, has been Camp Lejenue. two days this week" campaigning ciallst-Labor. Social Workers. Chicago this summer and the

piloting a C-117 since his arrival in Flagler County. Dink Communist and the like but outcome of the General<
In Vietnam last May. ins put in some! door to door none! of these minor partiesever In November.
The! NSA bird makes mostly //illTW? YOURORIYCRS campaigning Friday. Tuesday gained much Influence.

I short hops transporting LIW1 E he held a reception at Bun The major role of party Earth's largest natural
people and supplies to NSA WRING YOUR nell and Flagler Beach and conventions Is to nominate a span Rainbow Bridge, arches
detachments and other remote spoke! to the .Bunnell Lions candidate! for President and 278 feet between sandstone
encampmentralpr the BIRTH MONTH Club. / this year' the Republican Par. cliffs in Utah.






LOUIS M. STEFLIK'S





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RECORD SHOWS HE HAS




WORKED for Economy and Efficiency in Government.




WORKED to obtain Industry for Flagler County.




WORKED to represent all of Flagler County.







Support his Efforts GIVE HIM YOUR VOTE







RE-ELECT







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rtACLTB TRIBUNE' THURS. MAT 2. INS WOMAN'S CLUB t'lnlsm.Irs R Hoover ptfrrrns

crapboofc.. .*.*. u haired,
-oEE HOME SETTING FOR HAWAIIAN LUAU 1968 00 OFFICERS well; way and mean, Mrs. MUTING

INSTALLED Mat..; devotional. Mr*. Hall; POftfOltC.
,asmbeesilp. K. Atawhoa sad .
Mrs Charles Sindelar WM Mr*. Bgg.tt; ........... Mr. The Pinettss raratdrrg sihad
Wed for We I.'". Mai? 1
F.
installed president of the Mae Hendron and Mi*
Flakier Woman's Club at an Mark; 9d Cros. Mr*. Japer Has .been ,fnitflHli Wrtfl
IS lit 8 ... M.
Wednesday. May .
installation luncheon-meeting White and Mrs. MiM;
Wednesday, April I 24 at tine welfare. Mr*. Sam Novtek; 11. at the home of MIL MIl
tAll .......
St.
.
all Restaurant. Mrs. Harold Wary board Mrs. WhHe. MrsM.ele Crews. Main
Folkman. President of VohisiaPlagler and Mr*. Hall; ittMrlan. members are rend
County Federationof Miss Dorothy Mo mans; of the meeting.

Women Clubs wa the installing ..... librarian Mr*. ......
...... @*f HANS LIST

th Other olleers installed were SUMMER WEDBiNG Marvin Henry son ef Mr.

Mrs. E. P. FJeurte and Mrs.V PLANNED and Mrs. Bud Henry Haw
W. ff&iflMKt vice presidents; Creek ha* been placed on
tte Mrs. E. H. Schmidt recording Dr. and Mrs. Garland Willis the Dean list at 9t John

secretary; Mrs. Frank Brede. Clay Ardmore. Oklahoma, Ml River Junior .. Palatfca.
corresponding secretary; and A04HH't"!' the engagement ef
Mrs. E. H. Baggett, treasurer.' their daughter Miss Judith

Mr*. R. K. Hint luncheon Ann Clay to Howard Maxwell STORK SHOWER
chairman was assisted by Moody. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Max Hall and Mr*. E. P. Isaac L Moody, 877 Oak Ave.. FETES MRS. METTS

FJeurie, and Mrs. Jasper Lake City. Florida.Mr. Mr*. Dew ayne Meets wascomplimented
WhHe. Moody is the grandsonof at a StorkSteer
the late Mr. and Mrs.
evening given
Mrs. H. G. Heydt. retiring Thursday
George Moody of Flagler Carl Matcher and
by Mrs.
president was presented' a citation
for "outstanding work Beach. Mrs. Roger Edward at the
yet,, 4's.
for
The wedding I Is planned
Bunnell Baptist Church recreation
n w completed by the dub during
n
o
June 16 In the First Bapttt
hall.A .
their first year in the Fed
Church Ardmore. Oklahoma.
eration." Mrs. Earl Springer summery color schemeof

past president of the County green yellow and white
Federation made the presen" OES CALLS SPECIAL was used in the decorationsand

tation. MEET SUNDAY AFT. refreshment

Miss& Minnie Oeen serves punch to honor guest Lanny Patton The 1968-69 committee The Bunnell Chapter 93 An artistically decorated
chairmen
appointed were: Order of the Eastern Star will cake topped with a miniature
at Hawaiian Luau Sunday night at her home West Moody
a music Mrs. Hint official .
; hold Sun. stork and various baby articles
meeting
a special
Bunnell) Miss Deen entertained a of her friendsfrom
Blvd. group hostess Mrs. O. W. Weiss; day afternoon at 2:30 In the formed the centerpiecefor
the Grady Louise Dance Studio at the party given in civic and legislative Miss chapter hall. the refreshment table.
honor of Mr. Patton. He is a member of he dance group Helen Nolle; parliamentarian and
Grand Instructor of DistrictNo. Guests enjoyed game
and will be leaving soon for a tour of duty in the US Air- Mr*. C. O. Magee; decorations 24 Victoria Bart New prize were won by Mrs. Jack
force.' About thirty guests attended. Mrs. Brede and Mrs.
Smyrna will visit the chapter. Hardin Mrs. Marvin Strick
Schmidt; auditor. Mrs. H. G. Everyone is urged to attend land and Mrs. Howard Allen.
CELEBRATES HOUSEGUESTS Heydt; yearbook and programs according to Worthy Matron The hostesses served cake
BIRTHDAYMrs. Mrs. Fleurie] ; Amerl .
Carolyn Scott. and punch to fifteen guests.
B. R. Watkins celebrated Ronnie and James White of
her birthday anniversary Knoxville, Tenru, have been .
Sunday at her home.- S. visiting in Bunnell with their
Chapel- Street, Bunnell. uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
Joining her for the occasion Llllard White.

were her son and daughter James returned home last HERSCHEL KINGIS
in law Mr. and Mrs. Horace Saturday and Ronnie remained .
Watkins of Jacksonville. for an extended visit.


PARTY FETES VISITORSMr.

and Mrs. Clarence KIMBERLY ANN KENDALL'
QUALIFIED TO BE YOUR
)Mudd visitors from Colonial
Mr. and Mrs. James Kendall
Beach. Va., were honored
Bunnell are the parentsof
guests at a dinner- party recently -
given by Mrs. Marie a daughter born Friday SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
April 26 at Halifax Hospital
McReady at her home, A-l-A
In Daytona Beach. ... .
Flagler Beach.
Other guests were Floyd She weighed six poundsand BECAUSE:
Hurl and Mrs. Edna Farm- four ounces at birth and
worth. has been named Kimberly

Ann. 1- He has served the
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING She is the granddaughterof on Flagler County Boardof

WEDNESDAY MAY Mrs. George Kendall of Public Instruction for I 11 I
During this
The Flagler Woman's Club Haw Creek. The paternal years.

luncheon-meeting" will be at great-grandmother Is Mrs. time he became familiar with such
things
the clubhouse Wednesday.May John Kendall of lIaw Creek. as

8 at 12:30.Members : Ed Young. Salt Lake school law school financing and teacher
,
planning to at. City Utah is the maternal re-

tend are asked to bring a covered grandfather cruitment.
dish and their own table

service, according to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stage

Charles Sindelar, president left last Tuesday morning to 2He is a landowner and taxpayer. He under-
return to their home In Birmingham.
r. B. GARDEN CLUB Ala. after visiting InBunnt'U stands the taxpayers problems.
MEETING MAY 7 a week with their son
Mrs. Sue Spi\ey will be In In law and daughter. Coach
charge of the "Horticulture and Mrs. Joe Kirkland and
3He is the ONLY candidate
Show" at the Garden Club family. in this race who

meeting May 7 at 1:30 p. mat .
has student enrolled in the
the Flagler" Beach Woman a Flagler County
Club. HoafeMes for the Mrs. Lucy Dearlng and
meeting are Mrs. Spy and granddaughter Donna Dear- school system. Naturally, he will be interested -

Mrs. Helen Jordan. Ing spent last weekend at
in school
Annual reports will be given Sun City visiting with Mrs. problems, not only as an administrator -

by the club officers and Doaring's daughter and family but also
directors. Mr. and Mrs. James Hum as a parent.

phrey of Columbus Indiana
MRS. KENDALL and Dr. and Mrs James Hum
PRESENTED AWARD phrey. 4He is a businessman and he will perform the

Mrs. George Kendall of duties of this office in business
Bunneil. store manager forMerchants a like manner.
Mrs. Murtlce Moody and
Trading Stamp
daughter Juanita and lena
Company in Daytona JIH.tohI'fIt"f'tVM and Miss Mary Provost of Orlando 5He has the to
a certlftcte for "ef- ability communicate with
visited here last weekend peo-
AMeney and loyal service"Harold with Mrs. Jennie Black ple. He has the
last \\'Hk ability to compromise. HE
ad Mr. and Mr*. Benny
H. Rubin. Philadelphia.
Pa., general' manager of Btok HAS THE ABILITY TO GET THE JOB DONE.

the award to Mrs. Kendall Miss Linda Trojan and John
Mrs. Kendall has been" em- Sheehan have returned toNewport.

played as More manager for Mas after visiting HERSCHEL KING
the trading slap companysince several days at Kerena with
19*). Linda's grandmother. Mrs. is

Lillian Trojan.Mr. .
Mr. and Mr*. A. L. Salt of

St. returned home Vjoti* Candidate for
and Mrs. Gene Holly
Monday after several day .
had their weekend house
as
vWt here with their son If --
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
law and daughter. Walter and guests
Laura Merri Ballina and family of Oeala. Superintendent of Public


Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Chambers Mr. and Mr*. David Martin
had as their houipguests of Grand Rapids Mieru, visited InstructionPaid

recently her parents, Mr. and at Flagler Beach last week
Mrs. C. B. Stkkney of St. Pet with Mr. and Mrs. William Political Adv.4TIIE .
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Jilek Rawlilss

ROLL FOR D soy ..=

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SIX WEEKS 0JtrIf Tarter

"ianter ntoh Qtradja 24"11 D1AI.aa' 'l11t'.+IIa
dbttryPifcorah wai. Elect Man
Gary Buckle WIllIe a

11.e CrMIDwraMe H.cn.nUif Ofoetoc .c.,
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Janet HainesHew4K ChIp Brooks
Dole CItPtc '
Dwpent


Ray Jenne Ann Beth Knrtc MH-kIM Matnerly Higgibelli.ln Rob Wily Cowart Hall Cre.1Chuck Hnr4rAgUM You Know !



Karen Moody Debbie Hoidr.

Elaine MurrayLu PaulaCathy Kiwa"

Tony Lu Parker MeNab Tammy MayfWd Robertson Lewis Dinkins wants to be your State Senator be-


Terry Kate StricklandJo RawHn Jay Susie Daphne Rodfen Sparkman Redden cause he is dedicated to representing ALL peo-

Anne Wilson

Junior High Grade* ?. Eve Marry Tucker Strkkland ple-NOT just SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS. c

Lila Allen Kathy West

HtIflBryan Elaine Weeks

Karen CleggBarbara Cowart Wally Mona Wetherlnften't'ilkinsDONRET Lewis Dinkins Stands for ACTIVE representationfor


Catherine Nancy Creal Harris BALL you here IN your district as well as in Talla

Ronnie Herring
Christine Hlgginbotham GAME FRIDAY hassee. ,

Debbie Johnston The Bunnell Band Parents

Pam McDaniei Association Is sponsoring a

Donkey Softball game Friday Dinkins will WORK
to
LEGAL ADt'RHTIetI:111tMT: night at Bulldog Field. Game Lewis keep Flagler Countya

H.:<<" t:"1' KOH Mll)" OH time is 7:45 p. m.
sot IIIMIL HI < ||4''''l' The band students will play COUNTY.
.. .
The n l r County FttMrd of
luMI I".< on on. (II rhool bus chat
f 0' mounting M rattarltr bus
bodr.O't must bi marked axe QUIZ TEAM ELECT
'DM Bus Hqulpm.nt7 GOES TO JAX
and mailed or drlltrtrrd la roach
lh. <>* of th. HupvrtBtrndrntof The Bunnell High School
l"ubh Instruction on or b>>4'- Academic Quiz Team Mill
go
ro,. 4pm. Mar C. !>".
$erlflratlon .Jn"t forma to Jacksonville Saturday to LEWIS
may b* the olderof compete In the Channel 12
the ftip P'I.ncI.nt of I'ub-
lie 1"'lon.Oount,. CourlIMMIIW. TV Quiz Program at 2:30 p. m.
I' O Bat Tit. flu n...II. against Paxton High.
Florida mi'.
Anyone Interested In attending
The Board of l'ullkIII.true.- 4
tk n reserves th. right It te.et the program is askedto DINKINS
>> any or all Mda8urrr contact the school office
..
ful bidder If any will
_* noil fled within flvo II) day 437.3362 for reservations.
after bid I. aeeeptad.
Harold ....." Chairman LEARN bow to make hairpieces
Hoard of Public Instruction
Flatter County from cut-hair write: YOUR STATE SENATORA _
ATTHrTT Halrrraft. Box 3111, Daytona
Coir fl llarrla. Jr. Hrcretary Beach Florida 33018.Up.
Hoard of Public InatructtonFlairler who under-
working
County -May 2 man

April 14. IHI May 3-IU LOST-Manx Bob-tailed Cat. stands working people.Pd.
_______ .
LEGAL AOVKHTUKMCaTTIIK Cream colored with brown

I. nNn IT ('01 ItT OKl spots on hips. Please call For by The Commmittee to elect Lewis Dinkins Senate DisL 13
.Lo"ln l\ t1WIN 4373916. Cat needs medical
Ii.ll.LEK <( Ml >T'. r,..: :\0. attention. lip-May 2
:Sod
BI1WARI P IiOt'AR
I "L Plaintiff'

Rl-BT s.
RtttCAR.Itf". ...."..
OTM. .: fir* .t IT
THIS HTATC OK FIxmiDA TO
KITHT .:. rMMiAli. who la ftreatdent
of the Mat* of FforMa
but who tn con.wals herself
that process cannot be personally -

YOU served ARK upon HHHHBr her NOTtKIKIl .
that a wit ha. been explosive!
brought MralMt you for divorce
In the Circuit <*owrl In mod for
Plaakr :V I/ I brida. br Bl>.
WAHI> fttiAAK PUmirYf. ad
you are hereby required to (VW
personally or by attorney with
the bib of said Vurt year
answer or other defensive pta ,age to the .'_M..lnt In said

wit Plaintiff upon and to III.U..rl.serve I\A 1.1.. copy wtMlw K Hl'CK.thereof add now adds more value to cars already giving you the most.

.. Ies siT IITRtlBT. ..T At'Ct'PTIOPt4)ptlt.t ( .
ISM+1/. not later than
IJIot ht day uf J...... IH: that
The Fhtarler Trlw_. .-.-. .
Florida. whl,h !. a newspaper
--1Iff the iulremeMa' prorribed -
by Uw for such pwrpe .
!. hereh designated a* the
newspaper : which thla noltaah
shall published. eseli !! seNJnexpJl
week for four Ml ..eu..eeibuwork. ,
DtJr.\I.T.. HKHKIN Jl..IMT rUb !?W T WIU.OH

lw "''fIlICIC' "'(1.\'!''f1lT %tU.
WITNWW my hand sail ..eI.
of MM Court this Mth 4y .*
Afvrrt IMA
iMOE: M MtKHtr. (nt -
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sir nxrtUtiA.: P -
MARILYN J WWITIII '
Aml.I.... l.tre..tNenburnle.
( M.rytaMl
Toe are hereby n..tM\ >d that a
MM has .been filed ...... you
211 the above entitled canoe' MrfMa
: IMPALA CUSTOM COUPE
are hereby required to flwMwr
answer with the Clerk .fIM
Co.H. and to serve a espy
tbtMC upon the a4ai*tirf orpiMftttffa
attorney.MM obese same
add,..* laMrWARr
> U). 8&foIOofE
Ill Ieurl.ala lessor
IMe1ly HilL Florida
not later than June I. A. D. 1M.
.Il..11 to.* a.. IttNJiH

'o t roller demangd. aMhMt hi *foci** MHf for Anyone con offer you pit about 20&hp Twrbo-ftrt VB, Powergflde; 4. Now, for the first time ever, big
coMwUintTV* Mr. .( anything with a fancy paint job, and wnrfewolls.
eaq as bulsig ter dleeess savings on power due brakes and
ITNIWK Mr head wad seal tpta'ol trim, a few gadgets and 2. Any Chevrolet or Chevelk wWi power steering when buy
.f acid A rmtrt n IMS.OMOROK IM. M.h day .fAprs call it a "sale.: But set what your 25ahp Turbo-firs V8, 'ow.rJlid.0fId Chevrolet or Chevetf*VS.you any

M MOODY. Chevrolet deafer is coming vp with Ythit.waIs s. Buy any Chevrolef or 0-...

tOfllrlftl Clerk Heal of )said Circuit Court during ltis'SS Savings Explol 3. Any regular Chevrolet wM 250- V8 2or door hardtop-save on GM

By Kathryn t.Ita-putjr Emery Clerk Check these Bonus Savings Plan. hp T"r -fir. V8. Turbo H/dro- vinyl top, electric clock, wheel I .... I
1. Any Chtvrolet Chmflt with Matic and
or wHitcwalls./
May t e i' and !*--4U coven and appearance guard items. _7BHS _



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CARD Of THANES linwrr appreciation to the UDC TO UfgTALL TIt...... MAY t. 1101ftE_ FLAGUM_TWtWC I
r BunnellGeneral The 01 -- ----
doctors and staff at United Daughtersthe
I taM this method of "additional secondary: school
Hospital for their" Confederacy will mart VeteransM .
refaeaherconn
eMwr
my friend and kLndasi thai altoimiMi at 3:. at the training.
... deJWesicy I ee.to ..-
\ bbs.a for their or
home 9t MM. Chartes (-watt.
These ........... have been
and gifts owing twy Jr. Maw CMwfc.There T. DiMm. oC tIM ,.ssida ....-ub' for admission to anappropriate
.. May in the .hospital deeply appreciated.' wM be an installation Otpt. lit Veteran Affairs. saM educational imtiMien. -
bath VkIIMM aM o.N ." wanted to
ale wish to eaa-Mss my Mrs. Minnie Howell of ....... that Diiion
.. War veterans can receive GI stows this aspect of the program
ednostion help at tiie Man with returning Vietnam
school level to prepare. themselves veterans who have not completed
A VOTE FOR to meet ........ entrance their high school education
requirements without because. In moot instances .
reducing their HtftMlfcy for these boys. Dixon
r college study under the Veterans said do not consider a college .
Administration *ea- education because they
"Tony" KahlertIS gram. Single veterans can receive lick the high school diploma.
$130 a month while' attending TIM law. Dixon says gives
.
full-dine programs them the opportunity to complete
at either high school or preparatory their high school education
school level under and receive $130 a month
the higher rates authorized while so doing and still notjeopardise
A VOTE FORPROGRESS
by a recent law. Veterans with their eligibility to
one- dependent receive $136 a attend college at a later date.
month and those with two dependents Dixon urges all Cold War
get $175 a month and Vietnam veterans to con
and $10 a month for each ad. tact their local County Veteran -
ditional child Eligibility for Service Officer for further .
GI bill education requires' at Information on these benefit
least 181 days of military *.
service with part of it after
January 31, 1996. One monthof
VA education assistance is THANK: YOU NOTICEI
A BUSINESSMAN
authorized for each month of am sincerely grateful to
service up to a limit of 36 my friends for their many
CANDIDATE WITH A months. kind acts of sympathy duringmy
This new benefit applies to sad bereavement the
those veterans' who, have "notreceived death of my husband John
BUSINESS APPROACH a high school diploma II. Taylor.
or its equivalent at the My appreciation cannot be
ELECT- time of discharge from active adequately expressed.Mrs. .
duty", and those who need Lee Taylor
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Anthony W. "Tony" KahlertYOUR RE-ELECT


COUNTY COMMISSIONER P. A. (Zip) Edmonson


District No 3 SHERIFFOF


Paid Political Adv.


Flaglcr CountyPaid


Political Adv.




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A PROVEN RECORD OF K&ICAT10N AM SERVICE

Democrat fd. PoL Ad by Campaign Trsas.
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have the power to please. DUANE SUPERINTENDENT DEENFOR OF


Practical preferred and appreciated for lasting pleasure. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
A constant reminder of your thoughtfulness.

(And there's always plenty of low-cost Sunshine Service electricity to run them I) TRAINED IN BUSINESS

Pick up a free folder at your favorite store. It suggests gifts for
every occasion and you can select something nice at any price. ADMINISTRATION AND SCHOOL

EDUCATION
r

i THERTS NO MATCH FOR 1. SomecneycukMJsaspecaCriffvPV EXPERIENCED IN BUSINESSAND
FIAMEUSS+ ELECTRIC ;
... (cheaper,tool o0rflrxjtpaoorteh. : EDUCATIONYour

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AML.. .N,1 NN.N
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TECHNICAL ACTION stow FierMa HstUtk Pag- ?-' *' E nJMLZft TMMMC' TMVM. MAY 2. Ittt
-. Attsif tl site -
PANEL MEETING ....... T. wT. HVVIMMA* Soil DESCENDANTS GATHER FOR CARTER FAMILY REUNION
Guest of the fag.... County CssuJisa, Weiss TAP
Technical Action Panel at Its dMtll1lllllL
April meeting WM ..... A. G. The purpose of the TAP Is
Jones Executive Secretary o( to assist rural people and rural
the Flagler County Chamber cvNBMMinitiss to identifythe
of OMM.erce. Jam and the services and programs'
TAP iMHMv fs, discussed ways needed for economic social
in which the two bon might and cultural growth. The
work together to promote economic panel will also assist Individuate
seeial and cultural and grows to find the
growth for Plaftor County program necessary to fulfil
and provide A more ....,... the idenHfled need. In add.
she and prosperous area. ties, they assist with economic -
development plans
The Flagler County TAP is community development
eemposed of ropygsontaHvesof projects Inventories and stir
agencies of the U. S. Department veys.'
of AgrteuMwe' and
other Federal and State agencies Inquiries for assistance are
whose programs' benefit generally made to the chairman
rural people. of the TAP. however
they may be made to any of
The Flagler County TAP is the members.
made up of members from' Assistance from any government
the Soil Conservation Service alf'MY-stat or
Farmers Home Administration Ff'dtoHl-may be requested'
Agricultural :Stabilization through the TAP. Membersof
and Conservation Service, the TAP never say "no"to
Federal Extension Service' inquiries received for assistance x
Florida Forest Service, Florida In developing rural "rF"t
Game and Fish CommU- America.


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RAIGrOMPETENCE :, i ,,

Photo br Tb o c ium
Fifty-four descendants of ing George E. Dupont DupontCenter
the David Carter family, and was elected president, Augustine Kkton, Orlando
his wife Rachel Cooper, attended W W. Deem Bunnell. vice Jacksonville Hastings, Jacksonville .
a reunion recently at president' : and Mrs. II. T. Beach and Ocala, at
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w 4 Wit Faver-Dykes State Park. During Cook St. Augustine secretary.' tended.
an organizational meet- Families from Bunn II, St.
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n C7V Cones of alash pine are The demand for pulpwoodIs Woods arsonists unlawfullyset
t Y f'I2 larger than cones from the expected to double within 40 per cent of Florida's
it :=
a: Z loblolly -__ ---25 years. forest wildfires during 1%?.
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a Dear Friends


CRAIGHARACTER


FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF '


JAMES PUBLIC INSTRUCTION O. CRAIGYour and Voters of 0"



vote and support gratefully appreciatedPaid


Political Adv.Flagler J U Flagler County:



County Insurance
For the past 22 months I have served as your Clerk of Circuit
Court and let me say now that I have enjoyed this new service to
Agency Inc. you. Prior to serving; you as Clerk of Circuit Court I served you as a
Pharmacist in Flagler County's Corner Drug Store for over 16 years,
owning and operating my own businesses for 22 years. I closed the
All Forms of Insurance store in August, 1967, so that I may better serve you in the capacityas

305 East Moody Blvd. -:. Phone 4373171Bunnell Clerk.

Florida 32010UFEFIREAUYOCASUAL I found the training and experience in the operation of a bus
iness to be absolutely necessary for handling the business affairs of
-BONDS our County Government. I have endeavored to maintain, for you,
courteous and efficient service. I intend to continue these services at
all times.

When The office of The Clerk of Circuit Court will always be availableto
you serve you whenever the Court House is open for business. I shall

DISTANCE ? "LET always be available in my office, for any personal problems concern-
'brA
ing the County's business.
GEORGE
MEANS' v Really, this is your most important office in the Courthouse. We
DO lT!" keep all the records for all the other offices, and they have to be ac-
NOTHING!I s w curate. We file and record all Deeds, Mortgages Civil cases and many
others. I found out it is a full time job. We handle the finances of the
We Pay Pottag* Both Way County, making this the largest business office in the County.

Use BBF Save-By-Mail" Service My first year in office I returned $1,283.03 to the County Gen
M d .d/.A Pdrdwip er 1.rd.M.r L As octal oral Fund in excess fees. This office has never done that, and it just

doesn't usually happen. I diligently looked after your affairs and

vead would not compromise for anything short of the best.

a Due to the pressing duties of the office, I have not been able to

shake hands and discuss my campaign with each of you. But, be
Of'1CIt
MAt. "...... lieve me, I surely' wish that time did permit me to do this, so that
2M a ...s s. each of you voters will know how and what I stand for.I .

pPKL'N..h.JNdf,NJr U1 ,I M.*s.-e
SIANCN
have enjoyed serving you and will continue to do so, with your
vote and support. Won't you "Let George Do it?"

Yours in Better Government,
ATLANTIC HARDWARE


& SUPPLY CO., INC. GEORGE M. MOODYYour

SEE OUR SUPPLY OF



ACME PAINTSMOODY Clerk of Circuit CourtPaid


FLAGLER BEACH
BLVD.
Political Adv.
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ECONOMY OF FLAGLER G 0 0 N T Y IS SUFFERING

CLOSED OR VACANT BUSINESS PROPERTIES PICTURED

BELOW ARE EVIDENCE OF THE NEED FOR A DYNAMIC EFFORT -
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TO REVIVE OUR BUSINESS ECONOMY.

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PENDENCE UPON OUR FARMERS, TIM BE R ME Nf MER--

CHANTS AND MR. AND MRS. JOHN Q PUBLIC


AS YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, I WILL EXPEND EVERY

EFFORT TO DO THE BEST JOB POSSIBLE TO INCREASE

THE BUSINESS AND TOURIST ECONOMY OF F LAG L ER

COUNTY. '.

VOTE FOR


Harry Atkinson


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penam expect any' other u n.-tits at THE FLAOLSH TM VNC TOR=. MAT X ISM
[ Q. How much would these retirement' age? -
S.curity signs found within the rightof
benefits amount to? A. Yea The medicare program NO POLITICAL
"' limit along the MB**
way
A. This would depend peonies hoapital and
NEWSQ. .his earning and. the Mite upon it mtdical tuaMranf prouettonM SIGNS ON ROADSState highway will' be ....*.*. by
his .....17. 7'he nihubmunsmonthly aye tft. TW.Mdd b* footage Bead CommtooioMrJay the Plead DepartmentBIRTHDAY
payment to a widow many thousands of doiUm to Brown today reminded
How old doN a person with one child .to BJ The a retired ....... all candidate for puttie office DATA
have to he before he can get
maximum to a widow with 2 Q. I had an accident two that Florida law prohibits
a serial awurtty card'A. cMMien to $434.M a ......... yean ago and will not .be ableto placing campaign ..... within Happy birthday this wee* to:
Thaw' to no age limit let The burial benefit wwW be .
work again. I had worked the right of way of the
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71u.iry-G. C ". LIMa
getting a social security nwn- aamuch
M S4SM& only 3 year and am M pease atatohighway..
her. You wild get your aedal Q. Are benefit to the M. Knight HaroldFridny Massie,
paid
old I Mod far dtoabUity whenI '
The Stole Moad Department ..
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security card before' n ..... of SIwrr1
a young dtoaUadA. was hurt and the r..... for
to enforcing
plying for a Job a* your! ..- ___1 tithe told me that 1 Mdnt< rtoyonaible Bthel. .......
plover will need. your aootel Tea, the worker has .- have enough credtta for a .ben the regulation governing Shawn StriHOand, Bv. lames
........ signs along the hinhway and t ..lMrckles.
IfCWMy and children can jet monthly Lee Jonn Mkrt Hall *
Does the new aotial H. we want to give an early reminder
Q. What type of protectiondoes ......... 76e alM4ilM of this curity law change thia to candidates about > .
serial security offer the MMIt dtiepesrds on his earnings Yea, the charges may allow the.. law," Brown aaid. ...t.n.yLrM FraJtoy. -
young w rli A. After working m year, Q. How long does a young ability check II you meet the stales that no one Mali erect Hester JaM)' \\,.... Lloyd
he has survivors protectionfor have .. .. You Brernbry
person to work to earn disability "IMftt. any adverting sign within
hi* family. In the event of retirement protection' should lie another claim. M the right' of way limbs of any hFl"t1. '''renkht.
his death bents would he A. A woman born in Mf0 or seen as possible.76ese reM vn the stale highway Monday ? ....*
paid to Ids wife and young later and a man born hi 1M6 questions aN ann spslsrns 1M Mate park sps- .......
children.: Hued K a worker .to or later would need 10 year" SWfIN are furnished Ity the tent, the county road system Tuesday Carl 'JIat.Ise.
not would married, a burial benefit. or 40 quartet of coverage to local social security other 115 or any municipal connecting Thorn J. Clark April Lynn
be payable the person receive retirement bone***. N Ridgewood Ave, Daytona Imk.B. boas.Wsdsd
paying fee funeral ax- Q. Pan the young worker .... WB warned that any v--=..... \W8IIP.
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PRIMARY BALLOTDEMOCRATIC


PARTY


MAY 7, 1968


FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDATo




veto for a person whose name U printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of

the_n_ nel'Sfor.. ___ whom .you desire to vote.
State Attorney
Seventh Judicial Circuit

CONGRESSIONALUnited (Vote for one) County Commissioner District No. 5

States Senator (Vote for one)
(Vote for one) STEPHEN LEWIS BOYLE I

OTIS S. HUNTER
LeROY COLLINS NICHOLAS S. MASTERS ,

LEE JACKSON
i EARI1FAIRCLOTII r .j JOSEPII A. SCARLETT ....T.... .. -.
( Justice Of Peace
LEGISLATIVEState (Vote for one) .
SAM FOORRICHARD
Senator

LAFFERTY Thirteenth Senatorial District LEVI u nnANNAM
(Vote for one)

Representative in Congress JIMMY L FIELD
Fourth Congressional District LEWIS E. DINKINSJ.
(Vote for one) Constable

II. "Jim" WILLIAMS (Vote for one)

BILL CHAPPELL .
COUNTY 'VILFRED HUNTER
Clerk Circuit Court
DOUGLAS STENSTROM
(Vote for one) CLAUDE PELLICER

JUDICIAL
Justice of the Supreme Court, SHELTON B. BARBER
Group 1
(Vote for one) GEORGE 11. MOODY

.
JOE BOYD Sheriff
(Vote for one)

RICHAID n. COOPER WALTER J. EflE1UIAILDlNGER

(WALT)
SAM SMITH

P. A. "ZIP" ED110NSON ELECTION
Justice of the Supreme Court, SPECIAL

Group 2 WALTON JOHNSTON PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
(Vote for one)
AMENDMENTMark
Superintendent Of Public Instruction a cross (X) mark in the square at?
JAMES C. ADKINS, JR. (Vote for one) the RIGHT For the Amendment or

Against the Amendment.
WOODIE A LILES ( JAJIFS O. CRAIG I NO. 1Constitutional

Justice of the Supreme Court, Amendment to
DUANE A. DEEM
Group 3 Article XII, Section 2
(Vote for one)
HEr.scHEL KING
Appointment or election of County
VASSAR B. CARLTON School Superintendents-Proposing an
County Commissioner District No. 1
amendment to Article XII, Section 2 of
(Vote for one)
HAL P. DEKLE the Constitution to permit appointmentby
the school board of the Superintendent -
STATECommia.ioner HARRY ATKINSON of Schools in each school district

Florida Public when provided by local law and approved
Service Commission LOUIS 11. STEf1JK by vote of the electors of the school
(Vote for one) district: that such local law may be repealed
County Commissioner District No. 3 by vote of the electors only afterit

HARVEY H. BAKER (Vote for one) has been in effect for three years.Social .


ROBERT C. BRAND C. U. CO\V ART FOR TilE AMENDMENT


JESS YARBOROUGH A. W. (TONY) KAIlLERT AGAINST TilE AMENDMENT


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HOOVERS ARE ..... Me WM ........ In WWCHe
1.'rultlf' IMMIMM Mr silt
HONORED BY ,.....
MFTHnDI to a gr.date of Garrett' PRICES QUANTITY
&it<< MI y halto. the .18..1 Seminary tollilw METTSSUPER :
completion of the Flaffer .eie aM a member of tM GOOD RIGHTS
Brach Methodist Clwftn after Reek River Methodist Confer
seven' loAf years of hard worK erite. In Northern I......... He RESERVED
under the devout leadership was In the mlnMry for 33 THUR. FRI. SAT.
O* The Reverend a.yROkl year before retiring to Florida MARKET
Hoover who came to Flatter to make his tome In Rag- Mar 2, 3, & 4th
Beach to retire In 19M.Hoov..r ler BHHLJtner 437-3201
Phone
Reverend It. graduate Hoover has been 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
of Ames College and pastor of the Flagler Beach
Ohio State College of Engln Methodist Church for the past
Flavor Aged
REV. HOOVER IN PULPIT OF NEW CHURCH






jL a CHUCK ROAST Lb. 49




Flavor Aged (Round Bone)


Shoulder Roast Lb. 69''



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-- -- -- < OZ-: '
Copland's Ranger (Smoked)
nine years. The beautiful new fir pews.A .
church on South Daytona satutory concrete cross 40
Avenue was built under his foot high stands In front of
supervision. the Fellowship Hall which SLAB BACON 39Center
It IsA" frame construction was constructed first Lb.
with a 40 foot peak. This One of the latest additions
architectural design Is used to the church was the Install
In churches as symbolical of ation of a public address system CutPORK
the "praying hands" The Interior which" was donated by
Is finished In natural Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henderson. Center
wood complete with white <

OIL PAINTING IS DEDICATED TO HOOVERS CHOPS Cuts L6 89




Flavor Aged Flavor Aged (Round Bone)

CHUCK STEAK "-59C SHOULDER STEAK" 79C'

; Flavor Aged'' Boneless

$ ROUND STEAK. 99C STEW MEAT 'lb. 69C

Juicy Beef Copeland'a All Meat

Wfa PLATE STEW lb. 29C FRANKS Pkg. 39e


FRESH GROUNDGROINIIEEF

3 I Iks. fir M.39

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On Easter Sunday a beautiful painting by Dale A. Myslnger
oil painting of Christ was Is given the Flagler Beach ARMOUR SHORTENING FLORIDA GRADE MAM
dedicated to Reverend and Methodist Church In appreciation MEDIUM
Mrs. Reynold Hoover. The and honor of Reverend VEGETOLE
painting was done by Dale A. and Mrs. Reynold N. Hoover EGGS
Myslnger. a Greenville Tennessee for their dedicated service
attorney who Is a winter and leadership In the church 3 Ib.
resident of Flagler Beach. and community. Caster Sunday 49 DOL
On the back of the painting April 4. 1968-. Tin 3 $1 1 1Limit DO
la Inscribed: This oil
Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or
more food order, Cigarettes excluded. (3) Dox. Please

To The Citizensof
PILLSBURY (Plain or S. R.) MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE


Flagler CountyI FLOUR


I Appreciate Your Vote & Support 5 Bag lb. 39* Tin Ib. 49'


WALT Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or
more food order, Cigarettes excluded. more food order. Cigarettes excluded

EBERHARDINGER
Circus 46 ox. Kraft 18 oz. Barbecue Osage 2% Can

For SHERIFF of, FRUIT DRINKSCans SAUCE PEACHES3Cams

FLAGLER COUNTY 4 $100 3 For $100 $100

IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION -

Over 14 Years of LAW EnforcementIN
F1ACLER COUNTY ALL PRODUCE % OFF SAT. MAY 4th

THANKS Fon You CONSIOCMATION

Frozen Foods Produce Dairy
Remember whenWALT

Master Chef Golden Yellow Pillsbury (Buttermilk)
FRENCH FRIES, BANANAS

Three 2 lb. Bags $100 Ib............ ... 40BISCUITS......,. ........ 44

Winter Garden 10 OL Fresh Crisp Food
King
was Chief Deputy? Strawberries, LETTUCE. OLEO,
(
raid r,tltt .l A4r 2 Boxes.._.. .. 4ge 2 Heads. 3ge, S Lbs......qtrs.........)... $100






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THTOS. MAT 2. 1961 THE: >ruaua TBHBKE

Enteredin
NO BURNINGFOR recorded at the Wadsw rlk THANK
Pox 7gewsr WH OR April 6 I wwW Mitt tokttienesses....... My
May 1968 PrimariesUnited FLAGLER when only 36 el aft h.eh ..... .HU...... Ie everyone hr'
County Ranger 8. B. Kelly On March 16 one-half Inch Ute lovely ........ cards aM
States Senator Tax Collector told Ute Tribune today open was recorded." thou,h4lal I have
Leroy Collins (D) Dale B. Brown Ares such as burning leash According" to James' Rauler- received during aIMS after '"J'
Earl Fairdoth (D) Tax Assessor clearing land tie. that would son. tower dispatcher. the Hay in the ........1.I .
Richard Lafferty (D) Donald R MooreSuperintendent endanger the dry rrssstends rainfall far 1968 has only feel I have been Messed
Sam Floor (D) and woodlands In the countyare been 5.46 Inches which to 146 with the concern and prayersof '
Herman W. Goldner (R) .f Public In. prohibited due to a proclamation inches beta last year's rec friends who have remembered
Edward J. Gurney (R) traction declared by Govern ord. In 1966 12 inches of rain me in so many nice
James O. Craig or Claude Kirk. was recorded for the same ways.
District Representative 4WUlbm la Congress Duane A. Deen Kelly said that already 5.- period Raulerson said. Thank you sincerely.
V. Chappell (D) Herschel KingSup.rttsoe 000 acres of timberland have Several< Douglas Stenstrom (D) of Registration been blackened by blazes In the potato fields are ext-
tremely dry. On the cattle CARD Or THANKS
E. Smith Flacler County this year. He
William V. (Bill) Herlong (R) Mary
stated this was more than ranches pastures are turning I wish to express my sincere
J. Wayne Poucher (R) County CommUdone District the average amourft for an brown and rain is badly thanks and deep appreciationto
Stales Attoiuey No. 3 entire year. needed. my friends for their cards
Anthony J. Crezlk (R) C. H. Cowart The woods are extremely prayers and other kindnesses
Nicholas & Masters (D) Anthony Kahlert dry due to the drought Kelly The moon appears cold and during my recent bereavement
-Joseph A. Scarlett (D) Coal Commissioner District said. lifeless, but evidence collect the death of my sister,
Stephen Lewis Boyles (D) Normally. January and Feb ed in 1967 by the Surveyor V Mrs. II. L VYUkes.
PabUc Defend Harry Atkinson ruary are the dry months and spacecraft indicates that the These expressions have been
Robert P. Miller (D) Louis )f. Stenik rain showers begin In April earth's satellite was warm in deeply appreciated.Mrs. .
County Commissioner District and May. The last rainfall the past Alex Poole
State Scooter District 13 N.. S
Lewis E. DinkhM (D) Otis Hunter
J. H. "Jim" Williams (D) Lee Jackson ,
Harvey R. Klein (R
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Member.f Board of Public lastructtoa
Boos of Rex sotath.s District 4
District 22 Harold Emery YOU areImportant
Glenn Y. Mlddleton (R) MwabM of Board of Public la.
W. H. "Bill Reedy (D) structtoa District 2
Reuse .f Btpreseatatlves Raymon F. Tucker
District 33 Justice of Pears District 1 !
James A. Gllsson (R) Levi L Brannam
Kent Rut (R) Jimmy L Field
Jack Bryan (D)
Caastoblo DUtrict 1
Reuse sf Representatives Wilfred Hunter
DUtrict 34 Claude Pelllcer
A. H. "Gui- Craig (D)
Cask of Circuit Court
Robert D. Cooksey (R) Shelton Barber VoteTuesday
AU eondidotM trot county of- George M. Moody
floss or* Democrats.
Election Dotost
County JudgeT.
first Democratic
Primary (
-Buddy" McKnight _
and Republican. May 7.
Sheriff Second Primary (Democratic For
Walt Eberhardmger and Bepubllcan. May 2S.
P. A. ZIP" General Eloctioa November
Walton Johnston 5.



JACKSON ELECTLEE HERLONGConservative



County CommissionerDISTRICT

No. 5
Republican

Your vote and support in the May Primaries will

be greatly appreciated

Paid Political Adv. FOR CONGRESS





after you see
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your doctor. .
Successful Businessman

bring yourprescription Outstanding Civic Leader

to Responsible Conservative

Dedicated to Public Service ''
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BILL HERLONG

Prsftsitontl,. WILL WORK TO: r

Restore Constitutional Government \ ,

Stop Reckless Government Spending J y

BARNES SEA FOODOPEN Cut Waste and inefficiency

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Balance the Budget
ALL SUMMER r.

Thursday Thru Saturday 5 till 10 p. m. Check Creeping Inflation

Sunday 12 Noon till 10 p. m. Punish Looters and Rioters

SPECIAL THIS WEEK End Foreign and Domestic Giveaways

Institute Sound Foreign Policy '
Southern Fried ChickenAll

You Can Eat $1.50



Roast You OystersAll Can Eat $3.00 William F. ( Bill ) HerlongRepresenlatlve


HOMEMADE BISCUITS WITH HONEY


FRESH SEA FOOD fRESH HSH in Congress

T-BONE STEAKS 4th Congressional Di&trictCandidates

South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1 1

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TEN TEAM AGO :
eek
P1mgler. County piling ,
dlsM,!In. Buddy Barrow and -
rvRfI< in the Dtotrict Spelling
Bee at Miami They were accombined -
on the trip by Mr. r
Barrow and Mrs. Myrtle Cock .
man. The contest WH sponsered "-
,
by the Miami Herald.
(-0-) "..'
Mary Smith was elected
president of the AmerfteanLgfen
Auxiliary. Other
elected were Pauline Magee' ,
and Bea White vice presidents
; Laura Morris secretarytreasurer -
; Vkky Cyzyckl
and Pearl Blakely. sergeant at w
at arms; Luf'1J.HDHoft.. poppy
chairman; Nazhla Trad child :
welfare and historian; Norma r
Turner community service; r I II
and Irene Durrance. chaplain. I
(-o-) ;
zr \ -
:
Juanita Maule was elected \ ;'i
president of Pinettes. Other \ .
e
officers elected were: Mrs.
I
Ann Hunter vice president; .
Mrs. Betty Hawkins, secretary; ,.
Mrs. Pat Cowart. treasurer; r \
Mrs. Joan Crews social chair .
man .and Mrs. Elisa Tilton.
reporter.
(-0-) pe

TWENTY TEARS AGO .
Peggy Wray and Myra Bowers -
and FHA advisor Miss
Catherine Rogers, attendedthe
Future Homemakers convention -
in Miami ,
(-o-) e +
J. C. Rodgers had purchasedthe
A. & Fowler Grocery on
Railroad Street in Bunnell.Mr. .
Rodgers planned to operate M4i
the business.
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;
The Bunnell girls Softball 7
team lost to Seville 7-G Game
line for Bunnell was Betty
Muz>'ka, Myra Bowers Betty
Babbitt. Ellis Cowart, Nazhla
Trade lona Moody, Myrna Rodgers Left to Right

Joyce Durrance Anita Jim, Louise, Kerry, Laura and Jim
Koczwanski and Naomi Hoe-
ford.
(-<>.)
The Colony Club was planning CANDIDATE FOR
a "Candidates Ball" at
the Civic Center for May 1. .
Proceeds would be used for STATE SENATOR
civic and charity work and
maintenance of the public
library.

THIRTY TEARS(.0-AGO) o Veteran of Army Air Force

F. F. A. Boys journeyed to e Graduated From
of
Crescent City to participate in University Florida 1966
a sports field day. Making the
trip were Bill Durrance
Wayne Duttenhaver. Henry Work Experience Includes
Mikulka Frank Ste tk. Howard -
Hunter, Zach Holland.
Harry and Owen Tomas CATTLEMAN CITRUS GROWER
Marvin Tucker, George Allen
Martin McDaniel. Ira Hoi ton.
Bill Burned, Gilbert Hlggln-
botham and Joe Xorfleet. In CIVIC and other ACTIVITIESFormer

structor.
The Bunnell Lions Club president of Jaycees; former director of Marion County Chamber of
elected the following officers: Commerce; former co-chairman of Cancer Drive and worker on Red Cross, Salvation .
H. A. Elsenbach. president; Army and various other drives.
Paul E. Peters, first vice president .
; H. T. Cook second vieprt"Sldf'nt \ Member of the Ocklawaha River Basin Board of the Southwest Fla Water
; W. C Sullivan. Management District. Former Chairman of Official Board. Trustee and Sunday
ford third vice secretary-treasurer president' ; O. F.; At-R. School teacher at the First Methodist Church of Ocala; 10 years counselor of
Senior MYF
W. l>H'n. Jr.. Lion Tamer; P. High
S. Johnson Tall Twister. Presently on United Appeal Boord of Directors & Budget Committee
(-0-)
Mrs. H.II.Murray was elected .
president of PTA for 1938-
39. Others elected were J. R. Elect
Norfleet. first vice president:
Mrs. T. E) Holden. second vice
president; Miss Minnie Bur.
nett. third vice president; Mrs.
Larrimore King secretary.
treasurer; and Miss Mary
Ellen Swords, historian.
(-0-)

FORTY TEARS AGO .
.II!
Harvesting of the early Dish WILLIAMSN
potato crop was delayed because -
of rains which had been
unusually heavy for two
weeks. Many growers were
holding off hoping for dry
weather. Several farmers predicted
the would
crop average
a loss of 20 percent on accountof :'- w w>. rain. te Sftator .....?Tn'lUlIr

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FftMMTSWfTALLATION under the direction of band- THE FLAOLXR TMMfNC THVM. MAT 1. IMt

natter Carl Rrvpba itt.e
sMadta.t. in prayer.staadteatlr "Osutau. F..IILT CIItCLE
That
will to a pss.snt.
TOHISIIt'1M a...... CHURCH In pray. Ma*
KJtMCmet .....
Thebead
waAaMwi In It with bank.giving. .
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iii .sr...., s..
1NI-tI trot. PssetsllAas.datlon ...... NEWS ." CMosatea 4:2. A 'Trtlgesasvs ftsppse" WMpi.
.elieers will be o- ..... by rni I r t HI el tile
U1M tafbt at .11 fads BA4KBTBAU.The CHRCIH 'RO..mPI.AIfffU ........- CIIde flit toe >tunetdtxath.di.t
tM ....... meting III o eRMitl Church ...... uirw
Mo'ral", aooordhag toL..iie : TGlfIGlfT Weekly Sermon Mwmtly at tfc* .hante flit
SWOTM churches ill tile
Pace prwidet.L. The unnll Might School labs. Bill Fryman. The wspptrwill .
All parents. are .... to at. laaguage des will R.,.. OHvtr F. T flw. PastorBuoacU JaefcaaawtUe district will participle be May lCo

tend. play the ".. Ape ...-)IeIi' aJaeiwonville <<< Methodist dwell thternewt in Hwwer/l a singing 14eNeeo.MtHaitwe.s pegramat "Mwllim Day" was the
In a basfctOaMgame STEABFAffT MAYER < theme of the devotional gin
ANNUAL Sf RH 6 sponsored by the 9a.nWiLa4m Church Sunday af- en by In. ...'ly c..........
Without God and an opportunity beginning at 2:99 p. The voted to silt s4atlMMty .
Club at ?:3 p. m. poop
BAND CONCERT tsttlght. (in A eM BItS gymwastum to communicate with m.Rev. designed with an aretlet'
him through prayer ChJie M. Lamar Ungoid, peeler
SLATED MAT 7 sketch' of the chweh.Ing .
My Is no mere than a phikta- will deliver the sermon at the
Club MIIItNN nl charge OC The hostess served fefRpt.
of life. Either God Is the morning worship Jft'Vkoe.
A varied mwiesl Pregrasrt the advance ticket sales are: ophy refreshments' to twelve
has been plane for the IrttA. Robert Creel Melanie Cedy living God who Is capable of At noon mernhbcrs aM members and ORe JIV"t.
neil High School Band annualS Susie Peterson. Gwen lORe hearing the prayers of man friends will have lunch!' en the
Conceit Tuesday. May and Jeanne Hioghtbetham. kind. or we are only talkingto grounds of the enurch. CHICKEN DINNER
7 at 7:45: p. m. In the school Tickets will be available at satisfy our own ego. The The public Is cordially ln-
vtted.GUEST. FRIDAY. MAT 3
lI't UIum. the deer. Christian church believes hi
The senior high band and Students will operate a re- the reality of purposeful: prayer The Pentecostal Holiness
"Little Band" will perform frHhfRf'ftt concession. which /U a means of comnumksatlng SPEAKER Church Is sponsoring a Chick
with God. en Dinner Friday. May 3 at
AT F. B. CHURCH
Many prayers are only offered the Bunnetl Civic Center. DIn.
to satisfy the- srtflsh! desires Reynold L. Hoover will ners will be served from 11:30
.
.4\ REELECTP. of the one who prays, bring the message during the a. m. until 1:30 p. m.
,
I and It Is up to God to decide morning worship service at Take-out dinners will also
how to answer an Individual's the Flagler Beach Methodist be available. For deHvery call
A. (Zip) Edmonson prayer. Prayer Is not an emergency Church Sunday May 5. Mr. 437-397L
communication to contact Hoover a Lay speaker from
Windsor Conn. is the son of RUMMAGE SALE
SHERIFFOF God when things go the pastor of the church Rev.
wrong. Jesus taught his disdples -
Reynold N. Itoover.Stewart STARTS FRIDAY
to pray and the prayerhe Balbaeh. Warren
taught them was In order Illinois. grandson of Rev. and The Community Memorial
that they would become merelike Church will have a RummageSale
Mrs. Hoover will sing a solo,
Flagler CountyPaid God. "I Walk Today Where Jesus Friday and Saturday.
Of course we will always Walked". May3-4 at the Flakier Beach
need and use prayer in timesof Hotel. The sale will be conducted .
Political Adv. emergencies, but to a ATTEND RETREAT at the north entranceof
Christian prayer Is a day to the building. From 9 a. m.
day communication with God. The Rev. and Mrs. Reynold until 5 p. m.
Prayer keeps the individual Hoover attended the :Metho Anyone who has articles to
sensitive to Christian principles dist Retreat for ministers donate Is asked to call Mrs.
MALPHURS RESTAURANT to apply to life. The Bible and wives at Cocoa Beach Sara Dickinson 439-2609 for
admonishes Christians to be last week.' pick-up.


NEW HOURSSUNDAY


II : ONLY ELECT! .




6:00 A. M. UNTIL 11:00 A. M.


I Walton Johnston

For An Iffed.vt; VaSct I. Washing


HELP ELECT


BILLCHAPPELL SHERIFFNO



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YOUR -i"


CONGRESSMAN;;


12 run noM uosurwtWAUI .

ar iQtsi ONE CAN REPAIR THE SOCIAL DISGRACE BROUGHT
.MOST VAISAMJ HUlUt
of ucoursn AMASS UPON A PERSON WHO IS UNJUSTLY ARRESTED BY AN UN-

Anerstr MUHSIMAI TRAINED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. NO ONE CAN GUAGE

A PROVEN RECORD OF DEDICATION AND SERVICE THE HARM DONE TO A COMMUNITY WHEN LEGAL SANCTIONSARE

Democrat Pd. PoL Ad by Campaign Traos. IGNORED OR APATHETICALLY APPLIED BY AN UNTRAINED -
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FOR SALE. Rent or Lease
CLASSIFIED tADVERTISING 2 bedroom. Florida room
beach" house with carport. Ph.

4373472. Mar. 7-TFC THAT IS WHY I HAVE PLEDGED TO SEE THAT EACH DEPUTYIS

ga FULLY TRAINED UNDER PROVISIONS OF THE RECENTLY ENACTED .
WANTED TO BUT
MINIMUM STANDARDS LAW. (a check at the Tallahassee
500 to 10,000 ACRES
HATE-4e per word. Minimum Eastern charitable- foundation offices of the Minimum Standards Council will reveal that no member

chorgs per tuna sun seeks land in Flagler! of your Sheriffs department holds 200 hour approved certificateat

drain County area at minimum cost
SEPTIC TAKE cleaning; this time.)
fields Installed; Bota-Roter for development of camp-
snail shell. Reasonable prices. school complex applying new
Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 approach to troubled urban
8-1-tl youth. IN ORDER TO LIVE UP TO MY PLEDGE, I HAVE ALREADY MADE ;r
Seller of land will be requested -
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet to sell short term purchase ARRANGEMENTS TO ENTER LAW ENFORCEMENT SCHOOL IN

us help beautify Flagler l option to the foundation THE FALL BEFORE TAKING OFFICE IN
County. Large variety of evergreens during fund-raising. JANUARY SO THAT I

miles, palms S of hedge Bunnell plants.Stt on. Please reply In full confidence WILL BECOME FLAGLER COUNTY'S FIRST SHERIFF TO BE CER '"

U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tlc with complete detailsto TIFIED BY THE MINIMUM STANDARDS COUNCIL.
: The Santa Fe Foundation.

FOR SALE-2 bedroom. 1 251 West 18th Street New
bath CBS house with carport York 10011. 52Itc

Landscaped Bunnell. with Ph. 4373138.fenced yardIn Thank you for your cooperation in the

Itp-MayJ 2 New coffee table and 2 step
tables $17.50. Jerry's Furniture
WANTED IMMEDIATELY OM Dixie l wy. 2 miles Democratic Primary.
MAN OR WOMAN to supply S. of Korona. Ph. 437-3752.
consumers with Rawlelgh May 2N.C
Products In Flagler County or RESPECTFULLY.WALTON.
Bunnell. Can earn $30-00 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
weekly part time.$100 and up boy or girl for light work 20 JOHNSTONMM.
full time. Write Rawtelgh to 25 hours a month year
FL .300-33C Memphis, Term. round-good pay-must have
Mar 14. 28. Apr 18 May 2 transportation-Call 439-2061
4 p. after 6 p. m. May 2 N. C







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Offensive Ads toe Me post ease w4iii 4iheneeds lag 38 ..... after tM Ism has THE FLA4LE8 TB 9NC THBB&. MAT 2. 1964

"IfcaflAMet Jar JiII'8IMW. tceived the pFSlhihil.ry order, r

Mailers Are tory -r- on the IMe tit theentspe he may bring the matter to HOW TO CORRECTA FSC WILL
By
the attention of the poatmaster -

Curbed Postmaster Moose said: issuing Hie initial order I by TAX RETURNHave MEET MAY 7

Being "This MOW law should Ih'e writing him and enclosing the you filed your 1997 Mere than sixty members
Mail patrons offended by some protection ftO JkflMftattnfamiites second pandering ad with .its Federal' income tax return
pandering advertisements earl offended I by adverttaemefri envelope. If the mailer still only to discover that fe contained and guest attended the Flagler -

new take steps to curb suehmail. they believe to be falls to respect the order, the errors? Or oversights? Senior Citizens Club meeting -

Postmaster Ray Mercer' morally harmful, particularly Postmaster General may ask Or both? last week at the Flagler

said today in announcing' to their chlMren. the Attorney General to apply Then the new speclally-de- Beach Municipal Halt
plans fer administering a new for a Federal Court order directing
"Last the Post Office
year signed yellow colored Form Following a short business
law which fives each family Department received' some compliance.' Failure to HMO-X just Introduced by the there was a musical
meeting
.
the to decide that ad obsetve the order be punishable
right an 140.000 complaints from those: may Internal Revenue Service is and singing.
group
is "erotlcally arousing or sex offended by pandering adver by a fine or Imprisonment talloe-made for you. A. J. program

ually provocative." tisements. While in most ODonnell. Jr. IRS district director Chairman Mildred Sargeant

When an advertisement sent cases the ads were not legal for Florida, said today. announced the club's May 7

through the malls is offensive ly obscene and were therefore The district director pointedout meeting would be in the Flag

on these grounds a postal pa. mallable, they are often BUNNELL LIONS that the 1040-X has been ler Beach Methodist Church

iron tan now ask the post of. offensive and are usually not HEAR DINKINS designed so that if a taxpayer fellowship hall There will be

flee to direct the mailer to the type of material one would finds the return he filed in error a covered dish supper at 6:00:

send no more mall to him want his children: to read," for The their Bunnell Uons Club luncheon met he can amend it by cor p.m.

and to remove immediatelythe Postmaster Mercer' said. regular resting only the portion that
meeting Tuesday at the Civic There will be guest speak-
patron's name from all He added that "because the Center Lewis was in error and supplying
mailing lists he owns controlsor Dinklns. young certain related Information. er.
law gives a mall patron the attorney from Ocala was the-

rents. sole right to decide what is speaker', He was Introduced

To assist patrons, the Post offensive and dON not deny by Mayor C. B. Elsenbach
Office' Department has published others the right to receive the
Dlnk.hu stressed the need'
a brief pamphletHowYou same mall the Congress felt REELECTOTISS.HUNTER
Can Curb Pandering Ad. it does not violate Constitutional for a county planning boardto

vent sements which is now guarantees of freedomof help obtain Industry for

available at the Bunnell post speech.' Flagler County. He pointedout

office. In addition to explain Postmaster Mercer believes the necessity for going
Ing how the law works the after Industry rather to wait
that one or two complaints
to what
see might come to us.
sixe leaflet contains
pocket- a will provide substantial protection -
form letter one can use when because "the great Lion President Edmonson

sending his complaint to the bulk of this advertising comes repotted that the first LJona

post office. from fewer than 20 so-called sponsored Insignia sign hadbeen COUNTY COMMISSIONER No. 5

The pamphlet explains smut dealers' who are frequently Installed on the north

that when a patron receives swapping mailing entrance LFour to Bunnell on Highway Paid Political Adv.

an advertisement which Is, In lists."

his opinion pandering he If a mailer does not strikea visiting Lions from

must send the ad its envelopeand complainant's name from Flagler Beach LIons Club

the form letter, or one his mailing list, and the pa. were introduced.The far All Effecrirt Valet I. W. U0f..

which Includes its language Iran receives a second mall. president appointed a
nominating committee for HELP ELECT
-- presentation of slate of officers

for 1968-69. Election will be DILL

", RE-ELECT held May 14th.


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a pull ha* been flied acalnat you
BANK In tho above entitled eauae; and
rh. C774217 ITS W. Granada ale Am I OXYCENOONDmONED
you aro hereby required to LADY
your all..., with the Clerk of
Ormond Beach. Florida thla u .enro I ATTENDANT EQUIPPED
'p.a..t.t uireo
thereof or CHAPEL AMBULANCES
plalntlffa attorney. whooo II.....
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not later than May 2t, A. txIt 201 E. MOODY BLVD. B7JKNCLU FLORIDA
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BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS If you fall.Joala"t. Defaultwill --
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relief demanded bill
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aid cult a..a... for ...0...... LEGAL ADVERTISKMRXT
BUNNELL, FLORIDA WITNKKM my hand and ...1 OUR OWN PAINT
of Mid Court this 17th day of
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FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS Clerk of Mid Circuit Court No. J1J
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BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS By Kathryn U Emory rUAUUEK HAMItWAKKllalntiff. 3 $575
Deputy Clerk .
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS 4 tlm C Apr it. May 2. 5. 11 .. ........Ea.....

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FINE HARDWOODS Nationwide
CARL of Elocution ".,.tofoN Issued
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wit:
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LA r IUtt. T.a....... lUll Town of tunnll. per plat
Look HASTINGS
rocordod In llat 1. MATTRESS
TOO ARE HEREBY NOT laco 2. public ro..,... &
FlED that an action for divorce FlacUr County Florida.A UPHOLSTRY WORKS
...
ba ftl.. against you and tbo property of th. abovonamrd 710.12 Lemon St
you are rvaulrod to oerroropy a
fndanc and
that
of. your written d.f..*... tho JIt" day of May !>.(. .on.. Palatka Florida
If any t. It on DONALD J. t.... the legal hour of aalo.nant .
8 ::00 P M Maps Eoqulr cf Duffttb Bar ly. vl..... o'clockn tho Phone EA 5-9166
ry. and h,., attom.r. for forenoon and two o'clock In tho rorniturn. UpholtarlBa
rUIatlff. ..
whoo a4dr a U P.O. afternoon on ..id '.r. at the
Boa SMI. Ormond Boach. Flor front door of the Court Ho... Bpolnd& Bafinlsbad
FREE REFRESHMENTS Ida and al. tlM original with In Bunnoll. FUa-t.r County Flor Mot-..... ft Box
tho citric of Springs
tbo above
styled Ida. I will offer for .. and
TONIGHT ( ) court on or before May II. un: sell t. tbo hlcb..t bidder for Mode to Older. Also Bn Thursday othorwiM a judgment bo
way caah. In hand, tile above ..* Call
stored aralnit you for tho ro crlbod proportr, a5 tbo property Lava Morris 437.3233
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION let dmandd la tho complaint of ad Defendant to Alter
HALL .r petition.WITNESS. fy said es cubes. aatl*> ':00 P. M.

-SPONSORED BY- my aand and lIta. /nr.. A. Edntonaon PRICES SEASONABLE
peal of MM Court on : r. A. dn-. .....rt". BUDGET FLAN IT NEEDED
194C.
Fla.ler Ounty. Florida
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A Clerk lit said Court U3LAM1 a SHAWAtt.rn.y fhooe
(s>VAL) for or Post Office
Plaintiff
Booe Chapter No. 86
By. Kathryn U Emory P. U. Bas It 4 Drop Us a Card or CaD
As Deputy Clerk. IJuaneri. Florida IHlt Free .
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THE FLA9LEB TBHWfC THV....MAT 2.W6



REELECTC.






H. CO WARTCOUNTY





COMMISSIONER


DISTRICT No.3'
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WILL Continued street paving in Bunnell and
Flagler Beach.
WORK Industrial and Recreational Development -
. of Airport.
progress for the people of
IOIR.Continued
County. .


S 12 Years experience as County Commissioner.
30 Years residence in Flagler County.
Member of Flagler County Chamber of Com-
merce.
Member of Farm Bureau and Cattlemen's As-
sociations.



KEEP COWART AS COMMISSIONER

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LAW ENFORCEMENTNicholas


S.Masters Has;

Experience-Assistant State Attorney
Since 1965,Former Assistant
Attorney General "S

Maturity44 years of age, 19 years of legal p
and trial Knowledge "
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IntegrityAlways independent with his only
obligation to the people ,

DedicationUpholding law and order and the
dignity of his Fellowman

ELECT A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE


NICHOLAS S.



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