The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00437
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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special School Board
SheHen a.rbfor'he was meeting' was called' by Superintendent .

declared lever In the Clerk of Coy G. Harris last
Court first primary raee bya Election Results Wednesday night In order that James O Craig History
teacher at ftftajsm! .vll High
margin of two votes has he might receive direction CWTfrl l
from Board StheBI. won the Democratic
the School on org -
died civil wit in FlaglerCounty.
.n4 tag the school noMInation for
program CeYft4y Su-pH.
His attorney, Henry
(UNOFFICIAL) personnel for the following Intendent ef Public Intrue.
Duff t. Daytona Beach filed
year. tier I by a margin of 32 vetes.
the suit on May ITUi with
Harris reported that he had
The nomination Is
the Clerk of Circuit Court to been In contact with Health
aIf J
jM usually tantamount to e.fec-
nail<< County. = Education and Welfare' Department
o teen since there te net a Re-
The civil suit challenge = In Washington In
1i publican MfRIRH'
the absentee votes east In T3 an attempt to determine just
the first primary election : what had to be done to qualify Joe Beyd was' winner In

claiming that there were certain OrriCE AND CANDIDATE m C S -l MJ -l .::3l to receive federal funds Flagler County for the Jus

Irregularities. The case .. *| rtoVM.iA'suiiiii'ig> for the next school year. He tire of Supreme Court and
stated that the best Informa- was apparent winner state
will be heard by Circuit Judge s
iton he could obtain was that wide In his race with Richard i
Horace Riegle.
in order to qualify Carver Cooper.
Named In the suit were'
Junior High would have to Earl Falrcloth, Attorney
members of the CanvassingBoard consolidate wit h Bunnell
General, carried Flagler Coun
: T. K. McKnlght, County
County United State* Senator --,- M J It.I ,M1OT147144 School and three Negro teachers ty by 340 vote margin but
Judge Commissioner; and Mary LEROY COLLINS ] | !; | !>:,29i38;<27| 7| 412 would have to be placedIn at press time, he was slight

: of Registration EARL FAIRCLOTH :223205f3836ay,8T7214l20; { | ] :, | | \| 752 Bunnell and three white ly behind Former Governor
Smith Supervisor
as well as George Justice of Saprtme Court I I I M I I I teachers In Carver. LeRoy Collins In the state

M. Moody, whom the Canvassing JOE BOYDRICHARD 154157J27PS! ) :,: IS2J4636J16| | 556 Mrs. John Rice wide race. The winner will

Board declared win. COOPER 891111117,231, ] (2 ( ] ) 324 moved that Clifford Barnesbe meet Congressman Ed Gum
of the Clerk's race. Sept Public last I I I I I I I I I18Sil962726191634 rehired as Bunnell Junior ey, Winter Park In the November *

ner The Board of County Commissioners JAMES: O. CRAIG | | | ; | j3316i{ 614 High math teacher and Clif General Election.

by a 3.2 vote, authorized DUANE A. DEENPresidential 15016Tt26442| ; (57n36ll;( | } ( 582 Carver ford Broxton Junior be High rehired School.at George Smathers presidential

the Board attorney Preference t "M 'M .M, r i Both teachers had slate carried Flagler

Leland Shaw, to contract an GEORGE A. SMATHERS 81| 81| 91101| | 9,31137:, 51 81 291 relieved of contract previouslybeen at County by one vote lead over

attorney to assist him in the EUGENE j. MCCARTHY 381| 531| 5| 71 61141] 61{ 61] tl| 139 the end of this school term. the Scott Kelly slate. Mrs.

defense. A reply must be NO PREFERENCE 891 T32125i14W,19Mii: : :; \, | :; | 290 Dave Perryman voted "No". Harry Atkinson. Bunnell was I

filed by June 14th. Republican Presidential I t t I I I M I i MI I II The superintendent reported a delegate candidate on the I

Pnfertae Primary Ballot I I I I I I I I I II that he had already hired Scott Kelly slate.

JUDGE MCKNIGHT Candidates I I I I I I I I I Miss Charlie Mae Fierson on In spite of inclement weather

WITH NO PREFERENCE 2| 11 I I I I I i I continuing contract to replace 55 percent of the county's
RECEIVES RECOGNITION: Broxton so that this would registered voters cast ballotsIn

AS coMMtnrrrr LEADER WALTER MORRIS F. L OFFICIALS, place an extra teacher at Car. Tuesdays election This Is
vet. 25 percent less than the number

\ County Judge T. K. Buddy APPOINTED GUESTS OF TSC' CLUB Mrs. Mary R. Prought.. a retired of votes cast In the first

McKnlght of Bunnell. has PROBE DIRECTOR principal from California primary election' May 7.
been selected to appear in the Flagler Beach City Officials now,residing Flagler Beach,
According to an announce
19G9 edition of Community and their wives were guests was appointed teacher-prlnd GERTRUDE CIDDENS
ment from Volusia County
Leaders of America. Other recipients of the Flagler Senior Citizens pal at the Flagler Beach Elementary
Walter Morris was appointed DIED WEDNESDAY
of this honor Include
Club at their regular dinner. School She holds amat.1
Governors, United States Senators educational coordinator with meeting last week In the degree and has had AFTER LONG ILLNESS
and Congressmen of the federal project PROBE (Professional
a number of experience
Flagler Beach J.lunidpaillall. years Funeral services for Gertrude
various states.The publication Reach for Opportun .
as a teacher and administrator
E. Glddens 66 whopassed
More than seventy attended. .
Includes many citizens suchas sties Basic to Education) by Note: School officials

educators, leading businessmen the Volusia County School The club accepted an Invitation have been informed Mrs. away early Wednesday
members of state morning at Bunnell General
Board effective June 1. from Mr. and Mrs. Ly Prough declined the appointment .
legislative bodies, civic and Hospital will be at 2
political leaders elected leaders Morris has been serving as man Gage to hold its June 4 p. m. Thursday at the grave

of various political subdivisions director of Instruction for meeting on the grounds at Board member II. V. Peavy side at Espanola Cemetery.The .

farmers ministers, Flagler County schools. their home on North A-1-A. moved and It was carried to Rev. Oliver Taylor will

officers of various trade organizations Morris will direct the federally Members are asked to bring purchase 5 recondiioned 18)1typeyTttrn officiate.

leading sports figures financed project aimedat a covered dish for a potluck for Bunell High
School Born In she
and playground equipment Wllllston Fia.
and many other Individuals educational at 5:00
assessing coming supper beginning
for Carver physical education moved to Flagler County 18
who because of
needs' In six counties. p.rn- \
achievements: and service to program. years ago from Callahan Fla.
their community, state and or delivering the address. Participating Bunnell Baptist Church. She Is survived by her hus

nation are recognized as community BHS GRADUATION with Reverend Ushers for Baccalaureate band Archie; three daugh
leaden of America. Hoover were Reverend Father Service Sunday night were" ten, Mrs. Frances Arnold

Judge McKnlght was born TONIGHTThe Antonio Leon Reverend Max John Cook, John McDanlel Bunnell; Mrs.' Martha Brasol,

In Waukenah. Florida and Reverend Tom Plnn r, lull Reverend Oliver Taylor Mike' Robinson and John Tay- Ft. Bennlng. Ca.; and Mrs.
moved to Flagler County at Pastor of North Hlaleah Bap and Reverend Charles Anders. lor. Ushers for Commencementwill Elaine Edge Tampa; three

an early age- lie attended tUt Church Miami will be The welcome address at be Misses' Janet Cook, sons, Richard and Robert of

school In Bunnell. the speaker at the graduation graduation exercises tonight Nancy Hargett Maria Hugas Bunnell; and George, Seville;
Prior to being elected' Coun- exercises at 8 p. m. tonight will be given by Ray Krutz, and Mary Ann SI mk.
two sisters Mrs. BUtch.
ty Judge In 1960 he served' as at Bunnell High School Gym president of the Senior Class. Tony Parker, son of Mr. and Lilly
part time Deputy Sheriff for naslum. A former pastor of Awards will be presented by Mrs. Marvin Parker, was selected Ington, Jacksonville; Mrs.
12 years; was elected' sheriffIn Bunnell Baptist Church, Rev. Kenneth Herring, supervisingprincipal. valedictorian. Since Maggie Colson Williston; two

1960; and served on the Pinner was, also invited to there was a tie In the gradesof brothers J. W. and Joe Geog* I

Flagler County School Board give the commencement ad. Superintendent Coy G. Harris the next two students the hagan. both of Jacksonville; I

for 6 years. dress for the Class of 1966. will present the diplomasto Class of 1968 will have two and thirteen grandchildren.Craig I :
lie is married and he and thirty graduating seniors salutatorians: Miss Sue Ellen Funeral Home, Bun

his wife" Camilla, reside at Baccalaureate Service were! whose names appear on the Broadaway, daughter of Mr. nell. Is In charge of arrange I I '
409 Cherry Street They have held at the First Methodist editorial page. The Invocation and Mrs. Sam Broadaway, ment I
one son Charles, who is a Church of Flagler Beach with and benediction will be given and Hewitt Jack Dupont. son
pilot for United Airlines andresides the Reverend Reynold Hoover by Reverend Charles Anders of Mr and Mrs. Jack Dupont.
in Miami with his MOST OF COURT BOUSE

wife Jean and two sons Ken Hftwitt Dunnnts" Sue Broadaway Tony Park CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY

and Kerry. .yrt '. '"\it i .':'--:1: : All Court House offices except ,
3"I" I J'QW '. the Tax Collector' will be ;
I closed all day Thursday for

CANCER CRUSADE i observance of Memorial Day. I'
TOPS QUOTA The Tax Collector's' office will
be open to accept final tax
The American Cancer Society I collections I
II prior to public
Crusade co-chairmen I sale to be held June 3rd. All I ).

Mrs Dave Perryman and Mrs. offices will reopen Friday. I :
Charles Chambers reported 1

the local crusade collectionswent TIDE TABLE t

over the 1GOO county Tides for May M Jane S !
t !
quota. It was stated $613.11 High Low J
was collected during the recent ,
li4 Day AJ& PAL AJL PJf. j 1
drive. 30 10:18 10:36 4:06 3:54 t
The chairmen would like 31 10:54 11:18 4:48 4:36

to thank all the donors for 1 11:42 11:59 521 53 A

their contributions and the 2 12:01 13:30 6:12 6:18 j,

volunteer workers who helpedto 3 12:48 1:27:06 7:24 1
4 1:42 2:18 7.54 8.24<
make the drive a succeso. I
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Only once in a lifetime. do we- have the OBfertimtty to enjoy S. D. A. CHOICE
the expert1" of graduating from high ...... Some of

the girl will have tears in their eye. And seine of the boys lb. 49
will give a cheer that they finally made R

But for all of them there aw completely new experiences
ahead. Seine will go on career. They will find a new freedom to make of their U. S. D. A. Choice 'FULL CUT
opportunities just what they have the will to do.

Others will start out on a career Just as worthy and hon 89Lyke's
orable. In the trades and vocations. They will earn their own
money and pay their own bills. They will have the opportunityto
succeed according to the degree of work study responsibility .
and fortitude they put into their new endeavors. "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (6-S Ib. Avg.) SLICED FREE

Unfortunately, some of the young IM'R111 be requiredto
give several years in the service of their country. It is regrettable <
that this military Interlude mutt Interrupt their quest PICNICS Ib. 39Lyke's

of (he future.

However they will find that war" is jYM'0fIe of the many
obstacles placed in their way by the older generations: others

are bigotry alums, hatred waste of resources welfare stat .
water and air pollution rioting agnosticism gigantic national "Sugar Creek" SLAB ZUBER'S "PURE PORK"

debt Ignorance, vandalism-and we could go on.
The young high school graduates will come of age In one SMOKED BACON SMOKED SAUSAGE

of the greatest technological and scientific eras of all history. lb.
Their career opportunities are unlimited. There is a crying need 59C J lb. 59C

for engineers, physicians teachers mechanics and electricians.But SLICED FREE

these graduates also face the tasks of solving the -
problems our and other generations have left as their Inheritance. Fresh Florid Grade "A" D & D (2%-21/ Ib. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER

To make a success in life they must tackle these problems -
; not only in the world at large, but here at home, too.

We do not know the answers we only know the problemsSo. 31LEAN

to the following graduates of the Class of 19C8, we can only .
say that we shall be eagerly and hopefully watching you. and
we wish you "Godspeed":

James Matthew Akins Vicki Susan Moore
Theodore Alexander Martha Karen Moody
Edward Lee Bourne Tina Joan Pache WESTERN PORK STEAKS Ib. 49IBlue
Henry Monroe Bowers Tony Edwin Parker I
Joseph Darrell Britt Sharon Alyce Patrick I r
Sue Ellen Broadaway Robert Carroll Robinson rI
Plate I
Hewitt Jack Sharon Quart
Alice Marella Emanuel Jeanette Debris Scarbough MAYONNAISE i
Trudy Jane Hall Eleanor Tener Shlll 49e
James Keith Harper Carol Jean SmlglelsklWesley MILK I
Martha Nell Johnson Everett Thomas Mueller's REGULAR (Limit 2 Please)

Linda Raymond Linda Lou Ellen Stanley MeNab Knight Krutz James Mary Andrew Kathryn Cecil Scott WilliamsJo Waterman Strickland MACARONI f Pk:: lOc 7 Tall SHOOCans I

Glenn George Miller Ann1l5on Red & White Urge 20 oz. Loaf Limit 7 with $5.00 or more food order ,

John A. CleggCorrection Each S
19C Si

Mosquito Outlook In our editorial last week Big R No. 303 Can
Things are happening at there was a reference to Mr. CUT For DELITE
East Control BEANS 3 39C
Flagler Mosquito Moody who had worked with G REEN
District to make our playgrounds
the Florida OLEO
more comfortable for Regular Size
natives and visitors. Commission in the Interest of
Tuesday a two hour class Ftagler County. We stated it JOY Each 29c
of better control was held at was D. D. Moody; however '/1 lb.
our local shop and attendedby we learned later that in this I Pattie lOcFROZEN .
employees and directors particular occasion the reference
Gage, Glddens and Brede. was to the late George
Mr. Martin Porte will
supervise Moody.
and expedite shop This docs not detract from INSTANT COFFEE FOODS
work and direct -
fogging -
operations the late D. D. Moody since he.
with Mr. P. Williamsand
too was active in behalf of '
Mr. Joe Bruce serving as 79C Sara Lee ORANGE 14 Size
operators.Mr. Flagler County in trying to Jar oz.
Leonard Johnson hasvolunteered attract Industry. *.
his services as Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order CHOCOLATE CAKES 690

emergency operator in case of THANK YOUI
Frosty Acres
sickness or sudden need for would like to thank my "SLICED" 10 oz. Pkg.

help. many friends who, were so FRESH PRODUCE STRAW BERRIES Each
All residents can be of help thoughtful in sending cards 29C
holding down the numbers of and gifts during my recenthospMaliaatlon. Golden RipeBANANAS .
pests. Don't let<< empty containers Particularlyam lb. -
remain about your I grateful for the funds :lOc OUR VALUESHORTENING
premises that will encourage
that were raised in Haw
breeding by holding even a Tender FreshBUCKEYE
Creek and Bunnell
LITTLE water. Please pick It to defrayhospital
up and set out for the trash expenses.: PEAS 19C
and garbage collectors' who K. L. (Dink) Tucker

will haul It to the landfill.Let's Tender SWEET 3 Ib. 39e
- All Fight The Bite". BIRTHDAY DATA I Tin
Next month budget time Happy birthday this week to: CORN 10 *" 59C Limit 1 with $5.00
or more order
will be1th the Control Today-Patricia A. Caln .
Board for the following year. Marlena Wlgle.
Everything we buy is up too Friday Mildred Landen,
but our clerk Miss Emily Billy Hafer.
Gage, will soon give your Saturday Frank Kolar
board preliminary estimatesand Peggy Reynolds, Dona Marie
the outlook looks good Wells.
for the mileage figure. Sunday George Miles
"Please-It's Your Qty". Moody, III R. D. Stryker Troy ; ilti
Frank Brede Counts. -i
Monday Elaine Laurie
PELUCER CHEEK White Daniel Bass, John J.
DAY SATURDAYThe Tuesday Robert "Butch" I (11111'1' '
anneal spring "..ork. McDanieU Karen CIcgg. Mildred I I I
day" at Pelllcer Creek Cemetery Hafer. OPEN SUNDAYS ( Phone 437-3227
will be Saturday June 1. Wedensday Janet Vogel 8tOO .m.-1,00 LIII ( U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
A basket lunch will beserved Dennle Threadfill. Virginia p.ra.
at noon. Johnson Paul Johnson. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good May 30, 31, and June 1, 2, 3,1968I. ,

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M la* (feeler Cowaty Court SMM ell. .- the _jitbwe** M
OAKS r. ., riM. ... .... be ....n ewtoMe.. tot or Lot 1-' .-.
lead .. ps t htte ...ft: tu.. h. Mo- Sal jj'T.l<, alto
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Ma at Waahinffton Oftfct Ger. .... 1. ... a01sSisP

dells State Park near Marine ft A., rI\f. :
15.. t.oN D H i W1Ik- 1I.aA..b :
laarf ha. come to an end. M* It 10 II 'I'MI&' w. Ft ....._ 11.IIIt
tM entrance. tee will deep to J 'so, a .. It .: .. 'I'" Bench lee._.___ All

15 cent per person until nftt CeM t4/fi3a III"U..r..cJJ 1


January.State PerU Director Mil ft Illfi i II -- IU"- off A

Miller MM rite wHMHWwn .1 =; : e...,! 1.1

day lillte. and many' annual L4 H SN *k 144Lt .11
are Mill In Woom. and tow ihKwf; NI 8M T lee eb lee.- 11la13Yj h... A t ss

of the far***. are Mill .beaudfwl. II noon 1'I' otMI

Both native and exetfe 1JW't.8WL..- tf C II lit ... ,. ......_._ f&I' 1.& A W f*
W\ It II ,.. .. 'I' ..... 1tM......._ HUt het ., Lot 7-1 WIN6 _
plant and _ruM are featured "1 Iff .. .. Cith 41 I i
1.r 8Iwk
in a natural setting of Waf ( ..._ '1 1S a540 I" T IM._....._ -
$4 3N E E IM.-- aU tto 80
Lot S *B4
huge oak, cedar" and Flori I ."f 1r .t g'. II 3i It 'I' ........-__ tartar* 4* rS t */;

da's atate tree the Sabal : \ l 2 l a H ... Si Lad acid1.otrQ Mock =? 'L'2N
Palm. tts
Neil..._. a II II I" ;adiit4i
The park to noted for Its Rte of
tda.....--.-- IlL)? ;: 11 shown.. A n tJ< It U' .. JJ ahaet
hundred' of varieties of day NWf,4 so.wt .. It ItPiio.f

III..... many of which are t I': 11 I a5KP. ........ k '1'1'1..., Trait I .,
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blooming now. Annuals In ., MJ'" !< atwt. D ram .1.. 11 II II ut BH 8****n A W. R.
flower include zinnia, marl. Oft Isle 13 p.; 170__ I II II Utf nett4&, Ira.bet A has.set. jr. - lit

KOWsl'OIfvs. lobelia, and bou. a. __ t1.K Tract I Ih-.t )lMt.

gainvillaea. E few* 4r. t II&I

The scenic picnic area on NW of 8'& ex- IS 11 N UI *istew l 0 II Jeirnnlo 15.51
the Intraeoastal Waterwayhas I7l. t OR Bk. t par*. Part" Trait(Ml
A 211 of
SO table and 32 barbeque fi part B\ fae** U P*.. IN
U of t4'wi or Mock B ..._......_.._.. U IS S* Uf 8IitrHI fttGt111
grill, with a pavilion containing IS Mir* ITS *JSt
or M. If D. .-. I II 2fiii..,. pertlse, ThoftM. ...... Part of Tract .*
two table. Salt water W 4a of"PtVik.-'P 11 II 30 N t.ba, llda .. ..__._... I'U: nook II IJ ._Pa..__....m.... II Si N t.8 $0. M IatMt 2.11
fishing good in the Atlantic fi% Ian of Tract U
JM __ II II It Iii J. Lend *
Ocean and the Intraeoastal MLa ..._....-.. ItMlIIMt Oft Book t Pac* 24WB
Waterway.TIPS AHTrart_. 11 11 It Ml T ptetin. 8 J Limt A .*544 tn* silk
CatHo .. .. ..* Feet A the
S )hk. I ...___ II II It H KirtBht.GH.'A )jai- fbb. K .h'eet SfiHr GIIM A Ruth 24.M4TS
.f .._ It II II UI
TO PREVENTBURGLARIES : caret _. _..... till 041
Part of Tract I

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DURING All Mk BUc UTract ill 10 at Obb.Cobb If. ..-.__--_ M.fUT Meek 14 ........ _._._ 14 It M ..11 OMJiM J m** J-

VACATIONS 1 me. 14HHi It 4tM o.bob. .: ..-.. 1aloN
TERRACE .l'.un
.. 1-S It II .rate W. et .1 .
Two ways to prevent home AH BHi 7 It II P It ,.?ttt Tract. 1SBfk. BI----1_ 313 "It 8MU esaten W *t al ILIt .4R-5 Mwyo
burglaries while the family Is ; K-;. 0th0I. D A
aIer .... 141..11i.itfft
: )far,
away on vacation, are to tell S.tt"jiU .8 -
the : 9-11 II II It IM BoU O..ton, W. et alIt Mollie
newsboy or to N HEIGHT St Dull iciowroot
1_ I II It Tcrbarr tH. _.__ I.H
atop deliveries and to ask the M1 4. _. t3 U J' IN ThI.1.1.4 At 9 M1c "...... J** A 14aUt
next-door Jon. Nrllt ...-_ H.4S .:::: .
neighbor to keep an Lot I Creel Chrl B 13.13Lot
eye on the house. aweQt'EENS PARK "t'.Un"910% 0 fdork i..=: Crawford dter AM
Verne-Il 1.14

The record indicate that fat H Jttk. 2_ .1 II It H. 0 _._.._ I.U Part of ** of SHUIt
most home burglaries are performed NW>r II II 1" Kajor Realty Cerp- ..... book Par trl .1 II M 1.21 Klnr J A Harold.
8W; % ANW lot 24.49
by amateur*- nd usually A,...of1iNE N" ..t:6 Part of Tract 4 Book

in daytime when no one ;: .t Nt-._ II II II ..... Whlto O. IL "Ut. II lag. > Hx n>t
Uric OH .._... _... JJJJ North 1M JV tBlock
is at home.
n .. U 11 M IH Will. Amorett I.N
Home burglars can be bold AXLET SUP "'U.lo> Part of Tract 4 th*
North I** Feet of
while the family I Is away Lot 11-M .._ II 11 StIU>lr. Catherine 1.71 Book It Pa'. S4,
which cite the recent case of Lot IS II II" Irwln deal A Uoraln Block B IS II M VTttie Amor uTMTA 1.94

two men loading furniture ____ .__._ m
Lot J4 (',.&1 Charles ._.__... ISO FLAGLF.R .tHIltl"IOV _
and household good onto a foot a- Tbolltu.r'IA.II._ .! Lots 1s-30 34sfdars Frank .."
fart of Tra fl (M'
Part of NWof MEH t task
moving van and driving r-
Book H P. IW_ II II 355 W..Illh1.tOll )Clalr II Pace. IN
broad daylight while neighbors WHIt J. u. Block C 11 12 It. Wimbtrty Jame ItU1

barely took notice. Part of NW" of KKI __ ___ ,
OH Bk. 11 P. in. II 11 M 1." Carter l..-. Cynthia NfSSELL 1I0'tlITt "M Rllltl IOVMoody

4 Fredd i. _. _. ___.. 2.U
Part of NWVi of NE Lot l-S Block :1- Robert .... 111
.., UK Book 1 Par ... Lot II Btock t.._ t'MUwooct: Jo. 4Aoeiw
:lt2 .- SI II H t*> Hummer Lena ) ...._ 36.12
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I Unftad Maaas kM that It
evening 17 at the PM-
TIE TEAM AGO Iows hip ..... In Plaaiw .... will .laesiis .at anly as air
Mew IMIt t aIM KItRlIUIII air
T4 Katttaas, clerk at die r Manes had sprat the land and sea espesi.i.ns en
PIaII Beath pest<< ogre three eveniags prier to the We airport gnMnda and HITfce
Wlalfuh.d to the 0rIReIwI f dance nratMc the ..... the .......

Beach poet eAhe. IN. AIkeLowtl "ii with the Hawaiian Low oeenlac day Joe 1.
was the IW V sub*C WF K. f theme. Musk was tarnished! will feature the amateur. show

(-0-) t by WSH 9aiieAec awl .his with trophies N...n Ie the
MIL R. L. MeNab, Mrs.: Joe grawp teem St. Augustine.As wlfmees of acrobatic' ethihlbt
Seale. Mr*. E. Fieurie, MIL the t'IIMIf'IH' arrived In liens, spot landings, contests
Clarence Wilson Mrs. Stanley event for bomb .........
their 88WM aM ,aekets theywere
I Springer. Ma. C. A. Bur- JnKing and sheet field takeoffs.The .
greeted at the deer lit'rhapfflKf"
dene and tfce+r daughter, attended '. opening day's event
hw sKmbesvoluMaored
the Junior Auxiliary 'L will eteae with a hangar dame
Mether.Daugltter" Banquet at and Queen of Y.A.c. Hawaiian Luau as aMeManMes that evening.
aPWMl served sandwes ..
the Flatter Beach Baptist
The second day. June 2.
Chufch.' and peach during the eve
will I be devoted to the pratesof -
(-o-) ning. .
siertal anew. with a number
Ann Creal was elected pres- "Sandy" Ahhett received around famous flyers from aH partsof
Went of the Idtewood, Club. af applause far her the United States expected
Other officers elected were "Hwla" cIeiwP. Ie arrive to compete 1ft various
Bette MeDaRW, vice president events and to
JeAns Wilson and Darted stage seeeial
: Louise Harris, secretary
thrilling air stunta.
Britt were named King and
Naomi Rodgers, treasurer -
Queen ef the dance. The days events will feature .
; Peggy King Chaplain
parachutists. acrobatic
Additional activities will
Myrna Knight parliamentarian
; Daisy Moody. social be planned for Y.A.C. members landings a flying farmer
comedy! act and a flight
chairman; and Gall! Kelly.news during the summer. great
parade, consisting of planes
reporter.CoO from antique to modern mod.
The Methodist Church of
Flagler Beach held its Organizational FAIR One of the outstanding
Meeting June 1 thrill events will be the land.
at the Flagler Woman's Club. Fifty thousand person are tog of a plane on the world'ssmallest
expected to see a spectacular
The Rev. Howren Norton of aIrport-an eight-foot
St. Augustine Air Fair to be
platform mounted on a pickup <<
Palatka presided In the absence
held Saturday and Sunday,
Dance Scene
at Hawaiian Luau truck.
of District Supt. Dr. J. E.
June 1 and 2, on the expan-


Outstanding band-student
medals' were presented to
Kathryn Hamilton (class of
'49)) and Lanny Alford (class
of SO. Honorable mention
medals were presented to
Allen Reynolds (class of '49)); New
Bobby Burrell (class of '49));
and Dede Reynolds (class of

Three residents enlisted In
the US Army: Edward Shark-
ey reenlisted In the Army
Counter Intelligence Corps;
Robert McCort and Harold
Storey enlisted In the Army
Air Corps.


The Flagler Beach Municipal low
Park was undergoing a
complete change In looks.
The Garden Club was beautifying
It Lights were installed
over the shuffleboard courts.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. High and
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller
were hosts and hostesses at a
dance at the Flagler Beach
Hotel honoring J. B. High Jr.
and L L Moody members of

the class.Bunnell School graduating priceB


F. Tucker<< son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tucker.
Haw Creek, was one of 47
students who were candidates
tor a degree in Bachelor of
Science from the College of
Agriculture at the University
of Florida.


Eighty percent of Flagler

County's annual early Irish .
potato crop had been harvested
and shipped. Sixty-three
carloads were shipped in four Remember and tab calls you dial direct. New Years, Independence,

days. Monday thru Thursday. advantage of the new 2. Next cheapest time to call Labor, Thanksgiving and
About 2000 acres were plant. time from 7 to 7 daily Christmas.
ed in potatoes and a SO barrel Long Distance rates p.m. a.m.
average was the estimated which are the lowest ever. plus all day Saturday and 4. Next cheapest from

yield. 1. The cheapest time to carr all day Sunday. 5 pjn. to 7 p.m.Monday

(-0-) from 12 midnight to 3. Night rates are also In through Friday. .
Honor Roll students at Bun
nell Elementary School were: 7 c.rn. every slay on all effect on five holidays:

First Grade: Marion Hosford.
Adllne Dawson. Lottie Zozak.

Marguerite Clark, Patsy @ Southern Bell -
Thompson. Frances' Stafford, .
Curtis Demo Second Grade:
Robert Bertha. Janette Bank-

stun Teddie Mlot, Charlotte Every Long Distance call Is a bargain.
Berwltz. Claudine CantrelL
Third Grade: G. C Layton
June Deem John Plkula
Florence WhItaker, Fela
Mlotkowska. H. c. Cobb, Earl
Palmquist. Chlssia CyzyckL

Ma' 31 at 890 at the BunFust .

YOC.WlfftBH tNHfcimtaC will be

Btoafcetli A...... Leri Aafers

p GAIL WADSWORTM Mrs. William N. 'J'WwftI Chip ....... Susan O.M. Or
wLOCALS Flatter B.a n. M .laalnM. ot rot and Nancy Creel, Minnie
Mile o.u Waa.w.e1h JrwebtWe the recently opslsed Mss. DMA. Catherine Harris, DefcMe .

eieett wu ufIIlhrTM-- pMal VotartMr Service was- Sue Hen. Darlene and

ed lit a mtoeellaiMWM+ Mtslwwwr sit pattontt In the teal hos. DetMe HoMridge. Paula )fl.
Saturday pttaLVolunteers wala. Jon! and Kim Kfttffet,
l *
yll" Vl by Mrs A. B. rf if wnami are needed and Louie Mereer.

IDLEWOOD CLUB 1968-69 OFFICERS MM. Lady Alton at the Ia4iea between 49-60 years of Anna Tsrnmie Moore.Lynn Jan Ferryman
660 N. Ander- .
Johnston home.
are asked to serve.
son JtIftt. hR...... )Its. interested assisting with Bill. Patty and Peggy Reyn
Robinson Davey
Ute olds. Bryan
Franklin Cauley
the werthwlt C! IRIIWftItY Solomon Susie
hostesses in greeting
project are asked to Sparkman. Cherry Wads

439-3387: far further tefermatten. worth. Duane and Elaine
Artistic arrangements of .
multicolored day HHes were The volunteers' serve whh-

placed at vantage point In out compensation and will

t the spacious living-dining offer assistance to the patients ATTEND CONVENTION

rooms easuHe.Mr four hours dally. 11:00 Attorney and Mrs. Leland ,
and Mrs. B. Shaw attended the Florida I
Dale Brown a. m. until 1:00 p. m. and
convention at Sal
Sam Broadaway presided at 5-7 p. m.Friends. Bar Assn. 2325.
the refreshment table. A picturesque Harbour May

arrangement of of Mrs. Ruth Townsend TO RECEIVE
lemon yellow day lilies In. will be happy to learn
terspersed with. greenery she is recuperating satisfactorily BBC DEGREE:

formed the centerpiece for at Halifax Hospital David Dale Brown son of
L ? the table. Daytona Beach, where she Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. Brown

The honoree was the recipient underwent surgery last week. Jr., Bunnell, is a candidatefor
in Bachelor of
of numerous lovely gifts. degree
_J .
More than thirty.five In. 29 STUDENTS IN Building Construction at the

Mrs. Dale Brown Jr.. right was elected president of the Idle- vtted guests attended. PIANO RECITAL University of Florida.He .
wood Club at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Myrna is among the more than
Knight Flagler Beach. Mrs. Brown succeeds Mrs. W. W. Deen. FRIDAY NIGHT 5.300: University of Florida

Other officers elected were, 1 to r, Mrs. Cordon Shields, secretary MRS. BURNSED Students of the Studio of Aluminl and students to be

; Mrs. Charles Chambers, vice president; and Mrs. Knight HONORED AT Sammie Friedman will present recognized' during the Uni

treasurer. The next club meeting will. be in September. their annual Spring Piano versity's annual commencement *
STORK SHOWER Redtal Friday evening ceremonies June 8.


at a stork shower Tuesday
Miss Doris Gall Munro. More than forty membersand evening at the Decker home.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. their families of the Bun. Stone, St., Bunnell, honoring THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY

John Munro of Forest Park. nell Methodist Church attend Mrs. Jim Burnsed. FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.

Illinois and granddaughter ed a farewell party at Bulow A summery color scheme of

of the Rev. and Mrs. Reynold State Park Saturday given In green, white and yellow was GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
Hoover, Flagler Beach will. honor of Mrs. Betty Herring used in the decorations

become the bride of Darrell and Alvin Thompson. Mrs. throughout the horn .
Hanson son of Mr. and Mrs. Herring and Mr. Thompson Enjoy Delicious
The serving table overlaid
Robert Hanson of Ormond both members of the church Southern Fried ChickenWith
with a white Imported lace
Beach at seven thirty Friday choir, will soon be leaving
cloth was centered with an
evening June 7, at the Flag BunnelL arrangement of daisies and Honey

let Beach Methodist Church. Choir members presentedthe greenery. Delicious refresh All You Can Eat $1.50
Friends of the couple are honorees with gifts In appreciation mints of cake and coffee
both the for their service.'
Invited to ceremonyand were served to fourteen invited .

reception. guests. Homemade. Clam Chowder.
PLANS The baby gifts were pre. -


and Mrs. William Lens.sen attractively decorated bassinet FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH
Mrs. Viola Tonkin. BHS
Von Bulow Ranch, Bun
teacher, Is planning a Mediterranean CHOICE T-BONE STEAKSSouth
Games the
nell are the proud parents of cruise theschool's were enjoyed by
a son born Friday, May 24 at guests and prize winner was
1:25 a. m. at Halifax Hospital, summer vacation. Mrs. Joann Crews. of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1
Mrs. Tonkin will be
Daytona Beach. 25: days. goneabout At Moullrie -Sign on rightBINGO
He weighed eight poundsand Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Seale
three ounces at birth and and daughter Gina, are visiting -- -
has been named William An. Mrs. Bess Estes has returned In Clarksville Ma with

drew Lenssen. to her home at Flagler his parents Mr. and Mrs. JoeSeale

Mrs. Nicholas Lessen Beach after two months stay and family. 8:00 P M.
Darien, Conn. is the paternal In Texas with relatives. : .
grandmother. Maternal grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. An. Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson FREE REFRESHMENTS
drew Patalak Trumbull. and son Greg spent the ACCIDENTMrs.
Conn. weekend, In Orlando visiting K. L Tucker' was called Thursday)

with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cow. to Merritt Island Saturday FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL
an and family. morning when her' daughter
Mrs. Bertha Grimes who is ( ) Mrs. Alma Jane Mills, was

a patient at Gilmers Nursing Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me In a serious auto accident Disabled American VeteransJim

Home, St. Augustine, suffereda Knight and sons of Miami Even though the car was
broken hip In a fall Monday spent last weekend In Bun. completely demolished Mrs. Boo Chapter No. 86

night. nell with his parents County Mills did not sustain serious
Mrs. Grimes' admittedto
was Judge and Mrs. T. K. )Ie. Injury. A young man In the
St. Vincent's Hospital in
Knight other car Involved was killed
Jacksonville Tuesday where
she will (e) In the accident.HOSPITAL.
undergo surgery.Mr. Flagler
County Insurance
Bill Marshall arrived In

and Mrs. Axel Johnstonand Bunnell Saturday from Ocean

Rev .and Mrs. Reynold City, Md. to Join his wife, NOTESAD3.ttn'ED Agency Inc.

Hoover spent several days In Margaret The Marshall's : Betty Logan ,
North Palm Beach this weekas plan to leave Saturday for
Mary Zlchlttella, Eddie Dur-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. their home In .Onanock Va. range John Lutton. Rufus All Forms of Insurance
Marshall Woodworth.
( ) Miller, Flagler Beach; Veral
305 East Moody BI.d.I.
Mrs. Lois Duncan has re Lee Jones. William Ruff. Or. Phone 437-3171
YOU turned to her home at Flagler yule Decker, Eugene Holder-' Bunnell. Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYs

I would like to take this Beach from Nashvlle, Tenn. man Robert Lee Thomas Gavin
opportunity to thank Mrs. where she visited a month James Johnson, Jr.

Letha Fruits, Mrs. Eleanor with relatives. Gladys Baas, Thomas Diamond XfcO fr J J OdM fc .
Matherly, Mrs. Maxine Buck. Susan Hlgglnbotham.
les. Mrs. Ludy Brooks Mrs. Mrs. Adair Parks and children Bunnell; Nattie Lee Gates PPQPCCT3QUUBXlUlBQraBllHViiTHE '" T u =

Carolyn Scott Mrs. Joann of Chattanooga. Tenn Ormond Beach; Mildred FLAGLER BEACH
heavy, Theo C Heln BUS plan to return home Sunday Priest Ormond Beach; Robert
typing Classes Mrs. Mae after two weeks visit In Bun Thompson, Deland; Gerald Pier
Whitney, and Kenneth Herring nell with her father, Clyde Combs. Marineland. LoungeIs
for their assistance with Lewis. DISMISSED: Madeline Lens-

the Bunnell PTA membership sen Mary Isabel Metis and Now Available for
t drive.I Mrs. Clarise Taylor of infant son; Mary Ann Meek-
am grateful to the parents Charleston Heights, S. C. Ins Kenneth Tucker Harold PartiesReceptions
teachers, and others spent the weekend In Bunnell Bigelow, Albert Jones. Rosa:
whose contributions helped visiting with friends. Mrs. Hyman Ernest Williams Re Club
make our 1967-68 member Taylor is a former Bunnell becca Mutter Ruth Bigelow. Meetings, Etc.

ship drive a success.' Our residentMr. Horace Durrance. Rudye FOR RESERVATIONS CALL
final PTA membership total Shamblen, Mattle Davis FLAGLER
for the school year was 3&3 and Mrs.Allen Han and Pearl Woods Arthur Jones BEACH PIER RESTAURANT

members. son Randy of TItusville werehe Henry Wtu1ka, Hazel Stuck. 439-9200
'. Again I Say Thank You, ( weekend houseguesta of ty John Hogan, Goldie Ray PRIVATE ENTRANCE
Mrs. Jennie Newell at Flag moral, Darlene Stone Eugene
Mrs. Approx. SO
Betty Stefllk ler Beach Holderman. .. Persons)
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THANK YOUA DAV OFFICERS INSTALLEDRobert Alibett XNe setRstt .Ma.sn.6 .
K.l; w. J.hn.too. e.sr
.1 aM day; JeM ........ aM
very warm and ChHtfe Donaiwe ..1.r !
.....; CMrIN......... 3
personal thank you forthe. year trustee: Raymond 9artlt.16sehett .
hI-.r.- PMsFd Must
and Rammed. K.si.wsld. en-.
support shown on oat osnuMHee.Mole .
J than fifty attended 1
behalf of my candidacy Jr the dinner-inetallatien eere- .
t 111 1 tit monies. Out of town guests

for congress. It is deep.Iy wine MN. Mary Me8hane and I
4 Barry Keill of the HeHy HfclE
E> V Chf<.,.

NET: S170 !
Theo' C. Hein. county chair
man of the DAV Torget'Me.
Not Day" has announced
$16982 was netted' from the
When sale last Saturday. The drive
O1STANCEZ ; was conducted' by the local
"IfTGEORGE Montague left congratulates DAY Commander Disabled American Veterans
Joseph C. Parrish. chapter.
Mr. Hein was assisted by
MEANS .1 DAV officer. He was assisted by Rev. Lester Stanton and Waiter -
Jim McShane.: Senior Vice
DO H! Wllklns.
INSTALLS Commander of District 6 DAV.
OFFICERSJoseph Other DAV officers Installedwere A.I.A RESTAURANT
w.Pay,...... lath Ways Walter J. Wilkins senior
C. Psrrlsh was reinstalled vice commander; George G. The A-l-A Restaurant at
Use ..-'Save-Sy-MailH Service as Commander of Reed. Junior vice commander; Flagler Beach will only be
DAV Jim Booe Chapter No. 8C Billy E. Demron. treasurer; open for business on Friday
on Wednesday. May 22 at the Harold E. Hireinbotham.
ii Saturday and Sunday until
Flagler Beach Municipal Hall. chaplain Lester Stanton adjutant .
further notice according to
Commander Robert Montague ; Theo' C Hein, judge
owners, Ruth and Glenn Mil
of Holly Hill DAV Chapter advocate and historian; Herbert
No. M was the Installing Fuller, service officer; ler.

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petalladies Joni and Kim KnightTamnle
given ay Mrs. A. B. Jgkmlina Veirwtev.A lie aeeded and Louie Mefeer.

IDLEWOOD CLUB 1968-69 OFFICERS ** M... Lady Alton at the between 4A-60 ve**. ofage Anita teere.Lynn.Je* Perrynuui
660 N. Ander-
Jennsten home.
to These
ae awed serves BVBoles.
and Peggy -
son Jtft<<. IhtAMH. M=rs. interned In assisting wttta Bill Patty
RsMnsen. Dewy
Franklin Cauley' assisted thehostesses werthwhile community Bryant
the aM Jennie
In greeting to wll
prajeet are asked Cherry .
guests. 499-3997 for further Inlennatkm. J WMtIl.Setrkman.Duane and Elaine
Artistic arrangements of .
multieotered day lilies were The volunteer serve without Weeks.

placed' at vantage points In compensation and will

t the spacious Hvtag-dtofog offer assistance' to the patients ATTEND CONVENTION
rooms ensuHe. four hours dally 11:00a. Attorney and )In. Leland

Mrs. Dale Brown and Mrs. m. until 1:00 p. m. and B. Shaw attended the: Florida

Sam Broadaway presided at 5-7 p. m.Friends. Bar Assn. convention 28-21-' at Bal
the refreshment table. A picturesque Harbour May

St arrangeme nt of of Mrs. Ruth Townsend -
lemon yellow day HHes interspersed will be happy to learn
with greenery she Is recuperating' satisfactorily BBC DECREE

formed the centerpiece' for at Halifax HospUal. David Dale Brown, son of
the table. Daytona Beach, where she Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. Brown.

The honoree was the recipIent underwent surgery last week. Jr.. Bunnell. is a candidatefor

j of numerous lovely gifts. degree In Bachelor of
More than thirty-five Invited 25 STUDENTS IN Building Construction at the

Mrs. Dale Brown Jr. right, was elected I president of the Idle- guests attended. PIANO RECITAL University of Florida.He .
wood Club at a recent: meeting at the home of Mrs. Myrna Is among the more than

Knight Flagler Beach. Mrs. Brown succeeds' Mrs. W. W. Deen. FRIDAY NIGHT 5,>>} University of Florida

Other officers elected were 1 to r, Mrs. Cordon Shields secretary MRS. BURNSED Students of the Studio of Alumlni and students to be '

; Mrs. Charles Chambers, vice president; and Mrs. Knight Sammie Friedman will present recognized during the Uni !
treasurer. The next club meeting will be In September. their annual Spring Piano versity's annual commencement

STORK SHOWERMrs. Recital Friday evening. ceremonies' June 8. :


a stork shower Tuesday
Doris Gall Munro More than forty membersand evening at the Decker home,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. their families of the Bun Stone St.. Bunnell, honoring THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY

John Munro of Forest Park. nell Methodist Church attend Mrs. Jim Burnsed.A FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.

Illinois and granddaughter ed a farewell party at Bulow summery color scheme of
of the Rev. and Mrs. Reynold State Park Saturday given in
green white and yellow was GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
will honor of Mrs. Betty Herringand
Hoover, Flagler Beach used hi the decorations
become the bride of Darrell Alvin Thompson. Mrs. the home.
Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herring and Mr. Thompson, Enjoy Delicious
Robert Hanson of Ormond both members of the church The serving table overlaid Southern Fried ChickenWith
with a white Imported lace
Beach at seven thirty Friday choir, will soon be leaving
evening, June 7, at the Flag BunnelL cloth was centered with an Homemade Biscuits and Honey
arrangement of daisies and
lee Beach Methodist Church. Choir members presentedthe
greenery. Delicious refresh All You Can Eat $1.50
Friends of the couple are honorees with gifts In appreciation
ments of cake and coffee
invited to both the ceremonyand for their service.
were served to fourteen Invited

reception. guests. Homemade. Clam Chowder
FLANS The baby gifts were presented -
WILLIAM Alf DBEW LEMSSElf to Mrs. Burnsed In an
Mr. and Mrs. William Lens- attractively: decorated bassinet FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH
Mrs. Viola Tonkin. BUS
sen. Von Bulow Ranch. Bunnell -
teacher, Is planning a Mediterranean Games the CHOICE '-BONE STEAKSSouth
are the proud parents of were enjoyed by
cruise during the
a son born Friday, May 24 at guests and prize winner was
1:25 a. m. at Halifax Hospital, school's summer vacation.Mrs. Mrs. Joann Crews. of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1
Tonkin will be
Beach. gone
Daytona At Moultrie
about 25 days. Sign on rightBINGO
He weighed eight poundsand Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Seale

three ounces at birth and and daughter Gina, are visit. ---. --- .
has been named William Andrew Mrs. Bess Estes has returned
ing in Clarksville Ma with
Lenssen. to her home at Flagler his parents )Ir. and Mrs. Joe

Mrs. Nicholas Lenssen Beach after two months stayIn Seale and family. 8:00 P. M
Darien Conn. is the paternal Texas with relatives. :

grandmother. Maternal grandparents <-) INJURED IN

are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson FREE REFRESHMENTS

Patalak. Trumbull. and son Greg spent the ACCIDENTMrs.
Conn. TONIGHT ( )
weekend in Orlando visiting K. L. Tucker was call Thursday

INJURED IN FALL with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cow. ed to Merrttt Island Saturday FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL
an and family. morning when her daughter
Mrs. Bertha Grimes, who is (-) Mrs. Alma Jane Mills, was

a patient at Gllmers Nursing Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me- In a serious auto accident Disabled American VeteransJim

Home St. Augustine, suffereda Knight and sons of Miami Even though the car was
broken hip in a fall Monday spent last weekend In Bun completely demolished Mrs. Booe Chapter No. 86

night nell with his parents County Mills did not sustain serious
Mrs. Grimes admittedto
was Judge and Mrs. T. K. Me- injury. A young man in the
St. Vincent's Hospital in
Jacksonville Tuesday where Knight other car Involved was killedIn

she will undergo surgery.Mr. (-) the accident Flagler
Bill Marshall arrived in County Insurance

and Mrs. Axel Johnstonand Bunnell Saturday from Ocean

Rev .and Mrs. Reynold City, Md. to Join his wife, HOSPITAL NOTESADMI'n'ED
Hoover spent several days In Margaret The Marshall's Agency, Inc.
: Betty Logan
North Palm Beach this weekas
plan to leave Saturday for .
Mary Zichittella. Eddie Durranee.
Marshall guests Woodworth.of Mr. and Mrs. their home in Onanock Va. John Lutton. Rufus All Forms of Insurance

C-) Miller Flagler Beach Veral
THANE YOU Mrs. Lois Duncan has re Lee Jones William Ruff. Orville 305 East Moody BI.d.a aPhoDe 437-3171

turned to her home at Flagler Decker, Eugene Holder- Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIRSAUTOCASUALTYBONDS
I would like to take this Beach from Nashvlle, T nn. man Robert Lee. Thomas Gavin .
opportunity to thank )frs. where she visited a month James Johnson Jr. ..
Letha Fruits, Mrs. Eleanor with relatives.Mrs. Gladys Bass Thomas Dia
Matherly, Mrs Maxine Buckles mond. Susan Hlgginbotham. -
IllIh.ClDIII III ilC: QIII'CliI,{ QGII=II=IIill ....,... _
Mrs. Ludy Brooks, Mrs. Adair Parks and children Bunnell; Nattle Lee Oates IIQ c! T 1 F"I"- ""

Carolyn Scott, Mrs. Joann of Chattanooga,. Term Ormond Beach; Mildred THE FLACLER BEACH
Feavy, Theo C. !Heln BUS plan to return home Sunday Priest Ormond Beach; Robert
typing Classes Mrs. Mae after two weeks visit in Bun Thompson, Deland; Gerald Pier
Whitney, and Kenneth Herring nell with her father Clyde Combs Marlneland. LoungeIs
for their assistance with Lewis. DISMISSED: Madeline Lens-

the Bunnell PTA membership 8f'n. Mary Isabel Metts and Now Available
drive. Mrs. Claris Taylor of Infant son; Mary Ann Meek- for

f I am grateful to the parents Charleston Heights, S. C. Ins Kenneth Tucker, Harold PartiesReceptions
teachers, and others spent the weekend In Bunnell Blgelovr, Albert Jones, Rosa
whose contributions helped visiting with friends. )Ira. Hyman. Ernest Williams Rebecca Club
make our 1967-68 membership Taylor Is a former Bunnell Mutter, Ruth Blgelow Meetings Etc.

drive a success. Our residentMr." Horace Durrance, Rudye FOR RESERVATIONS
final PTA' membership total Shamblen Mattie Davis
, for the school year was 363 and Mrs. Allen Han and Pearl Woods, Arthur Jones, BEACH PIER RESTAURANT

members. son Randy of Titusville were.....Henry Mlkulka. Hazel Stuck. 439-9200
Again I Say Thank You the weekend houseguests of- ey. John Hogan Goldie Ray- -FKTVATE ENTRANCE-
Mrs. Jennie Newell at nar.I .
, Mrs. mend Darlene Stone, Eugene (Will Sct
Betty Steflik r Beach. Holderman. Appnwt SO Persons)
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of tite day* WIll listless a4Chartes
very warm and DonalMie. color
(wMws; CtMtriee Ihu..... 3
personal thank you for year tr% tee Baymen JbPuler. ......
IIIftM PloyBKeasewem.Meet
aM )atttae4 as.
the support shown on eotire committee.
Mete then BftyMM aMended i
behalf of my candidacy dfcMMr-lnetallatien eewmenfe .
4t It it *. Out of town fuest
for congress. It is deep. were MM. Mary Me haM and j
Barry Neill of the Holly H4HDAV I
ly appreciated.

Theo' C. Hemp county chair.
man of the DAV "Forget-Me-
Not Day" has announced
$169.$ was netted' from the
When' sales' last Saturday. The drive
DISTANCEZ you was conducted by the local
Montague, left congratulates DAV Commander Disabled American Veterans
Joseph C. Parriih chapter.Mr. .
GEORGENOmING item was assisted by
MEANS He assisted' by
DAV officer. was Rev. Lester Stanton and Walter *
Jim McShane. Senior Vice
DO IT! WllkliuL
INSTALLS Commander of District 6 DAV.
OFFICERSJoseph Other DAV officers Installedwere A-l-A RESTAURANTThe
W. P.y P.0.9.$.ih Ways Walter J. Wllklns senior
C Parrlsh was reinstalled vice commander; George G. A-1-A Restaurant at
Us* DBF"Save-ByMoil" Service as Commander of Reed Junior vice commander; Flagler ..dwill only be
a.d..di.II b6.r r..rp..1 t.r r..r..i.rirrl DAV Jim Booe Chapter No. 8* Billy E. Demron treasurer; open for business on Friday,
on Wednesday. May 22 at the Harold E. Hlgglnbotham. Saturday and Sunday until
t Hagler Beach Municipal Hall. chaplain; Lester Stanton. ad.
&f&tt& further notice, according' to
Commander' Robert Montague jutant; Theo C Hein judge .
&* m-m of Holly 11111 DAV Chapter advocate and historian; Her.Bert owners, Ruth and Glenn Miller
No. 84 was the installing Puller, service officer;

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SI t?Special $10.00 Reading 41.00 With This Coupon *i*

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:1J Each Reading! Private and Confidential ?is
*t* Madame Faith can help: yea with year 11 t tt
-t-j problems Marriage. Lore Sickness. i*
:|: Money. Evil inflaences. Calls year friends :t*
*t*and: enemies by name. Everyone is welcome. Bring year |tjsj j]:
?problems to her today and be rid of them tomorrow. tj* OFFICE BUNNELL FLORIDA
:'t j J33200 REID ST. (Comer ef Palm AT*. & Highway 100) iti t STORE HOURS 9:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. DAILY
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Weekly .... fllM ju..lIt ggggdhftAgggl MtM..OMerew ......... w.whip set..ee at
........ FIOME WATER
.... 0w festerIUUMU t IM Cmmuuy Memorial
F. Tarter. ,..., Omnh at Pteftor Beach SHI- was A MilMMkt ttfMMM It. CUNIC JUNE 4
Mttfeodbt QHtreh Any person who always has Pack hers ttiT19M until A water clinic on home
day, June 2FOP .
The Trouble With Love tO haw A scapegoat fifef tfegggj when she moved. to water supplies baa been sen.edttktd
failures will ha**....... 4i Charleston, W. Vs. for Tuesday June 4 at
Wr. twV0 IHed a sweees edewt Jew. Pride brigs fly. and SINNER 9urviwrs Include 3 sons. 8:00 p. m. In the Bennett Chic
....,. It to peed to be Mly ..U..... Ptfcnaivsiy' we S9KDAT Rudy. Bunnrti; George Jt Center
SUCCISStUl M long M OM feet tWft against friends er Mr W. Sponsored by the Agricultural
The Plagler Beach Methodist : and 'I.fa", Ckarle.ten Service dFlagJer
Eaienakm a
net pay a price for suceessthat God. -When a molds Jelly
Church will have their Va.; 3 daughUts, Mr*. Dorothy Health several
.to exorbitant Business beings his way %OLerd. ftIhI. Ms
Anal Fellowship dinner of the Mares Holly Hill; Mts. will be! on hand
doe require taking a chance, heart rages aialnt tM specialists
or an investment on the part ." Prevert 18:& Conference year Sunday. June Nina Myrtle Hogan, St Au. from these agencies to present
of the individual However.' 2. following 1M morning ar- gastine: Mrs. Audrey Fehn. (ftfemation on correction of
the greatest asset' any personcan nv. BBOOKS TO REACH sIp service All members and New Orleans; 3 brother, Lov- water problems' in home sy ..
have to a personality Rev. Shelton BrooM will friends are invited to aMend. ell MHam. Charleston; Eddie tern Iron, hardness, pH and
which to Integrated with the deliver the sermon at the and Louts Miiam. Orlando, bacteria will be discussed and
law of love of God. This aft equipment' available to alleviate
11:00 a. m. worship service FORMER RESIDENT Fla.; and 9 grandchildren.
only be when an individual at the Bunneil Baptist Chureh Funeral services and burial these problem Salty
loves God.It water will also be discussed
Sunday. June 2. Rev. Charles were In Charleston.
takes a wise pt'ftOfto Anders pHtor. .Is attending Word has been received of plus good wiring of electric'
and water testing
maintain a proper perspectiveof the Southern Baptist Conven' the death of Mw. Lottie available.All .
love when things go wrong. Contrary to popular belief
tion. Dallas Texas. Shamlen. 73 widow of the
In fart<< we are generally most the. mortality' rate from Jrfv interested persona are
defensive when we are wrong. tate' George A. Sha Indian cobra bite when properly urged to attend and to brineonehalf
Hew tragic It to when anyone GUEST MINISTER longtime resident OI 2K. Johns treated, to only ten per pint of water to be
blames his failures" upon God COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Park. ),I,.. Shamblen passed cent, aeeardiftf to ROM Alden tested for mineral content II
jet wants to take personal Rev Lester Stanton will Oe- away May :20 In Charleston of Florida's Silver Springs. so desired.





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That Part

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II 11 June 1 .
s.l M fcM
Brt PI*
*_ 'AHt MMMltl Lot 4 BM.k tt_ ...... A lrwa .tIC

IRA IBB: all x.foe.a aw ChtJ meeting.Moodcy. .

I ...- It1t&Iffi&- rLAHLIHt HARBOR *l...n'r-1f1.
: It La4 ..JI B**!* "%_. .*er A r A ...$..- MUI June 3 .
Te So*** 14* Foet / -
Oo"'t Lots 8Mok fln PARK JI'BDln'IU.
If pq. .... yconirnlaIon
IIoek II 44T.s tR 'f 4arj wttl meet' *t 9 a. m. ta 1Mt'8M.lo""N
Bae t JIio.k l
APas. : room' at the
tA M U )1
LIt 0lM1316$ I-. Jut
Part of o..t Lot t :; cetmheuoe.
Book M Pa** H* A.- But neH commission
Kieoet Beek 7 tHo City

Pare 11 -.-.- H It H .... OelBiiJUi KK* Lin A i Beets at 7:30 p. m.

k Tuesday. June 4 .
Il Rlnl BEACH 0t'Itnlttaloy >
'e.r BtmM-tl Lode No. 200 F*
Lot 14-11 A Southerly
14 feet of Lot AM meet* at 8 p. nu at the

Block I ....... 34oi. LH" Ml-tiff' A ),1aAeRk Temple.
of Get Lot 1
Part & *
OK Hook > Pa** M4Oovt H II II .... "'Jof+ w DPI,_ ut Ftagler Senior CMken will
Lot 1 BMoaAtBook h\r: MMFao meet' at the home of Mr. and

Part of (7 Govt rap Lot 11 t H 11 II 1.21 Ca11.sber 3i., rUI AOHM i..A1M )1... Lyman Gage for a pot-

nook 44 Par Mi H II II UI c.'IMIet 4 t Nt" 'N.H 'I r. A is Iud supper meetielR.W.dnsday. .

GOLD f:3: : June S .
COAST *rBimi'ltV (Wt Book
Lot. I Uiru II B.. Pages I"n t2 31 3leodg 0.mi> i r HIM Pifietteti will meet at 8 p. m.
coM K/AV A.I.A.Bhck at he home of Mrs. Otto Hunter
S Uta* Mm A >> Oft Bok < Pace }* n II )1 I.1T ))1004- Oowpai_ 1H.II
PHt -ii in i.n i atMnUt Or BMk I Pace 13 Espanola.
Lots I to 24 Inc Blocks (1.0I Block 1) II U It '.M Peterson Dean A BtU 17.17 "-

........ LttlK J+tH) A atari. ......... .. OJ ... .............,
HM Au63fDEU IfBUUMIOT: OP 323221E PARK ..--
Block 11-1!'11.1/__ foeJsAn A )larl.ftt .- Lot I Work (I Frank B A :
I.>F3t f Hen II... :
IC-- ::1
VW i of NW" ABW -
Lot M Block M_ Oateen WtlHam K A
o BaoepttMrt Lynn L ___.----N II." :
NWVi M-T-A Lot 1* A 81 of Lot :
Include In It Hto k MLot (10411.1 P7syd __ 77.71
NoouhAI170 t c Fort BtlR* k W._._ Moody LeA Dalay_ I.....
A LotaltBlock T7 Pokr.
Beach In..tt -
Except: Tart or Day. / 1
> On. @
ton AT a. Bhipwn Lot It Bferfc 77_ tr....... lips'. -J.oe. 16.11. lGall
In Ptron Bub- Lot 31 Btork 77_ L..w4ePutt A CaMAOXOLIl .. ..
division ? 1 UI SUIt l Jta A ).Iar.- ... 4I.M
ttt 71 H1UI Lot M Block 77 A
Tart of BH of SWt* aatr.Jr 17.H
of NW i Book 14 GARfE .

Par 247 IS Ji 4 LO C J***t A Mart*. c_ j
rte -. Tfcat l>rt .. NWu jL
ttf BWU LjrlnjrNorth
MOUKL LAW CO n lion 18' of 8 U No. II
A That Part of ;
Lot. 7--H Block ai+1t4 of 8WW Weatof
lots....-.. .... 8 A. IUt Canal It 1J It 11 LrMcti Builders Inc 17.44 II
tBlock 1_ 1lslton ,_ UL .
PALM, "I'TA !l lIon-.lo
Lot <. Block 2- lMte. C E A W1H Lot I to M net Block J
BewM. 1 ..._._ Tfx e Buttdcr* ln ._ M.U
MM1IM >t. t'7-t e e'i t ... BuH4r* lne- 14.44
'III.rlRI iO rn 1 x. .l Run 1-10. Lot 4-T-l Block SLot :..ir' Hu1M et. 1oe_ 11." -t .,
I..t.l 4-1 Woe 4- Pevtf J L-' I Block SVtrtr ,fRft I A Bet* :,
Part of 81* oJ Tract tr >!.11 '
1 Being 2* Feet > 1* Meet *f .
Lot I A It A AHL o
West and 1M Poet
South of ME Cor t* '.4-|.'..'-llm ;.
of k f..,a I *. MM : :
>.Th :'W.trm *.li. $-*-fTl nrZZAM L in ins11.31 ,

Feet Wett 214 Feet Practtonal Section ,..
Vorth 174 Poet Hicvpt Ttook It.

Eat Point of 214 Becfaalnr Feet to_ ._..... ..-- .'If'......., <.... .. PM.A H4 B
Being Lot l-4 *'l14 f Southwesterly of .
Block 1 KM- Mouttiweatorl yliowdaxr I
rut tub Block D 11 If: tt it of Canal
4.31l ljr JUt R/W BUrk [__ 14 12 21 t Rood B L Tnttee_ M.MMarien ), L' CJ!
W..t '/0 P bet 3 Hf
I I' rt of 8H ol Tract Tract H Block A M 12 11 I.ntM I.Url.'QCAY Take a tip from me. Drop

1 M foot the word "raincoat" from your
of al Run I-In.
of West BE Corner Lot 7 Block 1. .. Le.-1_.e ABA Olaaer *- vocabulary: -and the) raincoat
Tract S
.. ThfjiceV W ... 114* itself from wardrobe I Both
\ t lit reel atJ. A i : your
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Bail Lot 11-14 Mock 4 r PA 1144
North 1M Poet .. are getting to b. as dated as
IfO Lot tt-14 Block ,f. 1'teeeker 1147
114 Froth 39 t'Mabel.
Feet Feet to PeiMt. of jot I Ittork 1*- I8'n'ftI Ll I.M "toppers."How com? Because

Beln lnr BatggAll Lot It le pioak A Ntt 11 of Lot VkMMi J R Jr. A Alien 1. M today any coat that isn't styled

Bteek 6HRIrrest Lets -U-1S Mock 14 Mil John A Lutes I4.It .. for fair-weather-wear !Ia only

Satfpnook l.ot" Bock N__..._ R ....__._._ IM half sal And that
M Par M4 Block ........ .... hardly fits
__ Juatl4,4t r. lot S* Block 3e__ hail ma PraHc
... .. 11 11 n ui t''
in with modern
-- M..m.I 3433ileing Lot IS Mock $_.. Thomp..n IMMh __._ 7t .4 our IIOIHtopwar
Lot 17 mirk 8- The spoon MdKh L..._ .... oi lifel What has bridged
( Block JlA"a, D B _..__ .t1
Tart of N\i :Rtt of Lot 4 A Lot the qap are the new crop of
Tract 14 Begin 2 i A Lot II Thru all weather coats. Besides
Feet North A n A 3!-11
Feet w.or ULot' E. 1U. being water repellent they'restyled

Corner of N% of LoBlock lock 14- sumn with all the verve variety .

Tract 14 TbeJicoXVeit Frances Z S'." and color flair of conventional
It 4 >oet Lot l-J-14-14-17
North II pet Bat Block M J'uq.ua D E _.- H.1t coats. And their merits
tit Feet Thenco Lot It A 8U of Lot don stop there. Many of the
South fl Feet to It Block A__._..__ shins nef'41" Bet all
Point of Beginning ty 7444 new weather coats are
Block D._.-..-- it st n UI MiIlt.t Loy l.ot.1 Block lie...... I M M,ry_ 12.$ mad. of COIN bonded fabrics.
& Ii-l- 1411 Lot II Botk 1_ ntq.u.f D P DuR4er.be. This means that the outer fabric
i fart of NH of Tract 7.71
ie Begin: W Feet has been permanently
Wept of XE Corner Lnl* 35.3$-3/ Block Joined to an Inner on* and:
<>f Tract 14 Thenc* QlnnCr- H.II
West 114 r set Lot I Ttu14A11 stays that way from CDS dry
Beuth 174 Feet East Thru M Block. 17 3 uauay D Z __ 1.1.11 cleaning to the next-just like.
214 Feet Thence Block M AH Bicept the ottoman ribbed coat shown
North 174 Feet to Lot 'J Fuquay n E._ In.te
Point of Beginning LoU J.' Block M_ rrecht )lr.. Ie J II.. above.Smart Maid has chosen
Block D ..._.....-.- 111 H IK MIll 7...,,"iitl *f Los Lota 1I-JI-14 Block COIN bonded double knit poly.
Atfti+t lvMM *\ _- )&.U }10aW y lJ.K
LoU 1-4 Block Shatter J-iJM: ;: ester so it will be cure to wear

That Part of Nt4 of :h1fiftRW.=== J: as well as It looks. Now you
Tracts 2.11 Rest Lot IT-( Block 14 can dress this oil weather coat
Bock M Kieept Lots
of Old John Anderson
II.,.. Ib Fuq.ua, n B Ie." up or down rain or shine
45 Tage m Lot 4 Block II hHler Bryc. 6 Joan morning noon or Dlcaht-
Block D 1IS It I.H I *mut. .f Los 1.10Bl
-- Angeles lot n.N of AU uauay D E 2.72 without worry. Even your dry

rant or S" or Tract I'art W% OR Uok cleaner will tell you that a
t Pages 3671S It 11 II II.U1 Wood JJclmoll4 L
1"Book Block"IL Page 11 12 It 1.11 Foal )ftke y $.C. Trustee _._. _.._ 11174 COIN bonded fabric Is a "noproblem"
fabric. So look for
Part or N% or Tract1e
BOlt GIIJE 1..1101'-1.10.
Rook 46 rase the COIN hangtag whenyou'r.
201 Block n 11 12 It UI 3Heslnne Alvin' R us Lot 21 Block !_ Warner Hmer L 6. shopping for oil weather coots

Part or N% or Tract ___._...._ 7.M -and see how fashion
.e Book 46 ra..2'11 Lot M Block 1_ Warner Homer L A your
at 0.2$ 3lleslnn. Donald
Block n ___ 11 IS Sarah 717 forecast calls: for good wear
Part of Nil or Tract Lot 11 Block l.-..... Price W K fir A LalU t.ft Ing ahead
Ie Book 46 lag. 21* Lot 14 Block 1_ Price Walter E
Jr A
Block D......._..__ 11 12 J1 !.3'1 Anna ylssinne Victoria' I.M Thelm A..___ ll.lt
Lot S Block I_ Weaver T C A Geraldine -
lilt WE MAKE
Part of NH of Tract Lot I Block f_ Hord 8 n A Doriat.
14 Rook 44 Par It ..MIt MUelnne, Debra Jean 7.71 Lot 4 Block 1 Dwetnam. Gordon A OUR OWN PAINT
111 Block D 11 12 Chrlatln ________ I." Boy Direct-SOTS .
Part of N4 of Tract Lot 7 Block 11_ Levlnaoa Arnold n .. ll.lt
14 Book 44 Par 12 21 'S4 Mltlnn Edwin E 1147 Lot 7 Block Thompson Edith !_-___ ..... Pay MoreGALLONS
111 Block D __ Lot '-T Block 11_ U D OoaatractloN Co. 11.tt
Book *** Block 17 Thni M and C
A Rhea 7.11
knDI' ZX *oa
111321 'M >
Block M Wood Edmund L 3 .,57SL.1ns

Book Block It D -Par -14 11 12 2t '21 H rtey Nadln A Joeeph I.'S Trustee __.._ 131.273IO3H laterlee.Ea1er/e.


Book Block tb Page 1-1 11 U II .U Taylor Loatso 11.11 Lot M Block 1 Clara Pllontoaa 1.12 1 Gallons
Lot II Block t n E A Elisabeth 'S"6tI
MOODT ICiDIi10lOfWest 7.11 Outside White,

Block 2 r Wood Wild A Ellate A4mlaUtratloa Lot 1 te 12 lacl Blk Yeoman NationwidePaint
4 .ui Becker Ambrose Trustee *
= May 171.U Factory
fl. a A
Lot I neck T- a rh ICoUlna 4M ... P. .. ---... Ave.
Mary Bleii Floyd- J A- (Continued on Page Ten) O. e.d ..... a to cos
Lot I Block t_





Stock II Boot of
Late -_ JIeMr .....o Sr-.-.. 11.241t
r...... AL 1-1-9-M. ...
a.t.A,14.- Mro41! Aoebo ..._ ..,.
To Classify ... I 'A .. t4 last s4'
,., ...,. A4-htg4 .- 1.1..1Au
wF 0,. "'" -
aT .uasoll k4R 1

v ... M414riy Assigs ali'_ tato

Many elderly people haw ..II': 1

fMMtf it difficult to renew AlA -.-. 7is. ssen 4i a.N

tip automobile insurance atNWMUaMe ,. '' '...1.': Ifr-=

a rate. During the a ) 01 AlA ....... D 1'- tatIrVQtIAY

pMt few yean many inmir

nee eoi pntea have refused : "" n'IIt&1'.,. t.e' .AU ._ __

to Write IM4iI'llIM."if'' for oldsters. -- -.- .
Low 1 TWu IS allele .;1-.t i t' 'B iisrdNr a hi
an* wfcefe they have incur Y Mast ** AU.o .a.egg C aUI
an@e In fw 'e refuse to renew mii ....
unfortunate I>*. Usat of AIA Pi+gaaq r_ tin
If the older driver to tt 1 TferaI IS MwfcOp

enough to have an acSurvejimj IIwc .r
n- } i uar D '_ lI.n
riotItoM. Op 11th ...Sos
V BIeek .....
the problem The of th4aay, D '_ 2.16Lo1
S.tieAallWtlr'f'd Teacher A*. t.\t.\ ...

oeiatten and The AmericanAmr4Mton Lo1sBet 14th ..\.- 1Vtu, D 174H

of Retired Persons Bteok mat er
driven PiJtua, J)'I' ?
found that many past Loa 1 !ISMe ey II
the age of 85 are better risks "
than many younger people Dale Abbott front row. center, is the only male member GALA _.I'ftroot 3 7 D 3 HM

of the 1968 surgical technical' I das at Daytona Beach Junior SS.ire4l
have developed Mock J B't '"fAIA
As a result they College. ...- ,, ., fuu i> D Vfuquay IXI.H
an Insurance plan Lot 1 Thru II Sties.

for members through a strong Others graduating May 31 from the specialized nine-month Op I itth Mast Street of AM South.... D VFu aUt

reputable Insurance companyand program are back row: Bernice Berqu4st, Daytona, CandieeB4aekwell Mock S Mast O'f

are now offering auto- NSB. Ann Fisher Sandra Wilson Elaine WWener. Leu AlA IIITfcru. ....._ uaf D 7 _

mobile insurance to oldsters Doris Malone and Jo Ann Carter, all Daytonans. It Block f B.K O'f
at nominal rates. AlA Fvtvt-J' D P....,..,.__ H.1I
In front row are Mrs. Madeline ETAubony, RN, instructor, M... Op Uth S4reot South
Members of either of these towk It Mast of
linda McDonald. Daytona, Abbott. Shirley Murrell, Daytona ALA )vio7D3' Lit
associations are being given and Brook Conger of NSB. 21liar.A1A.
special consideration, basedon t1.t AIAMiNa Fut"-J' D P 17.>1
their physical condition Porpoises at Marineland of a.k1&; &.., ..,
Sugar cane production increased +
and driving record and are ALA 31ugui7 D 1"- I.MII
Florida normally breathe 400 per cent between Lot* 1 Thru It Block:
writing comprehensive Insurance every 20 to 30 seconds. Ilow1961 and 19&I, ranking second Must of AIA __ P11ual D '__ 1741
in bracket from 56
age ever, if an emergency arises, to ekrus in total economic OI'r Souof
to 80. these mammals remain value MfM CAIA
may of crops In Florida, iy D P S.X
Each application Is consM submerged for as long as six says the Florida. FruK and Lot* I Thru It Mode --

Bred separately and In case to seven minutes. Vegetable Assn. Opnr of ALA Pu4My D P__ 1741

of disabilities such as sight, a.k Jt Cast of

hearing or other physical TIM AlA FvliV.7 D P___.. I.H
South II Feet of Lou 1 Thru t Meek

handicap, applicant can still Lot JI-1S 11 A A the All. North Lot MA lust of ALAS FuftUoQ' DP _..__... t.ll

get automobile Insurance to IS Feet of Lot 14
"oaa. .l'.Dnll'O El'? o. .,I'
cover their needs by providinga Itewt K/W of AlA
statement from their doctor ll51 i .. Murray KV Ml,17IIRK 1.Z.I.-. But Of
Lot I Thru It nook AlA Mohtw P J A Of te..... 1,41
certifying that they are mentally 4 -.-.---.--- JiIfootkI"r Amo-rooo Tru. LM I Hut of AIA.. FMrftfc t>..._._.__ S.UST4
and physically able to Lot 2 I-k f...___ ...n.rd.2C.H !IiIORG.IUE s..on"'lo, t"T fI" Alt

drive A 1a4na ....... H.H
....... I t. II I'MI. Lot II Mock 1 But
__.__ DP _._.._..
Seek 11 __ .. of AlA Fu. A survey discloses that the Dolor A.... .. True'tee South
......... .........__ B:.1."U"Ul Op MM Street
average elderly motorist does Mk I B..t of
far less driving than do most F.'TtTK' "t 111)1i'iovrot. AlA -_... 1eqoaD D P..___.. S.X

,a, II 5ledsan John .___ Uf
other drivers. They use their W, of Tramp! ltloellB ATL.' T.' RKtCII II"IUtl1"0\ Ills T oror .III

cars primarily for shoppingand . ......... ... .. 4 IS tt IS Webster r.trt" 0 a
Leis L Ten It IMfc
for calls within a radiusof 8" nt Tract I Bleak Cho. ..... ...- UIIt I toast AIA -_ Finwy D V _.....-._... ttXIX

10 miles of their homes. .. ..._.. 4 II 11. Allen J 8 A AIM.Loo ..._ ...1.4I'ILN Op lilies.11th Street I last South

Many seldom. drive at night G.INDNfs "IRIIVI''IOXOHMIM AlA }'Ia s47 D F.___
Lot 1 Thru 1* Mock
and as moat of them have SM ck 4. ... Eelly ('!e._._.._._ Uf t list of ALA hutMs, o rof _.._ H.17
been driving all their lives Op Hth Street South
) MtVIH* '"t RUn.I"ln
they are more experiencedand I....... S-5 Bleak. 17... ttMtfMC' Mrs E UJS&K AlA.Mwk.....I......Mast_._elf Foral D '_' S.X
drive more defensivelythan WNtrr.' of Lm I Thru its JIIIoHok
drivers.If otlV ', of N1V1'eV.t .1)) S Jteft of AIA hctVU D I' M.37IX
many 10 Art iof Op Sftn ,
NW" .r Rastoff
:r mk s
elderly drivers seeking S di Ni of 81'ty, ALA..__________ r14ua, i> P _._
Insurance will take the Na Nw.f i4W ry a Lots 1 Thru II Block
aye of WV'of .1 SWs .._ Fugaay D P_ N.S7
4 Ka of AIA
tional Safety Councils Safe NW" .. ..._... It II )1... ftaiwi M LA.... rItUlltlMOV

Driving Test they are allowedan
'"1 Sltl'IsrlICII Mt'T or All
additional discount of 10 Let II Mock 2 BMt

percent<< on their insurance by of AIA ... Low Brcrctto M-..._ til NOTICE
Lot t $Mock I Mast
the American Maturity Insurance of AIA ..._.. ......._._ tHweod J MHooker -'_ 121Mooly
that writes Lot < Mack I Btof
Company insurance Notice I* hereby glean that the following d*.*4 lands or 10IItUda
.\I A _. J E ..._____ S.2-1
, for NRTA and AARP fUwth .U.. }tier ofNWth thereof as will b. -.arr to par the nv uiit dIM for tales
membtrs.I OTtt FWt of h r ln set Mm. together with tests of such sale and ad.
I (lest Lot 3 Bt of vortUIn. :#i.b* sell st pubilt l auction on the ltd day of June

I Membership in either of AlA ...-.._._.........._.. Wood ......tt... .__ US U". at the onV of. the City Taa ('olleetor In the riri Center RulMInr. -
hfvlanln' at I. M o'rtork X M. IB the City of Bunnoll. Flal.rCounty.

these' associations provide (.ol." ('0''IT %r11DI/la1D\ ISIaC 0.. Alt Florida

many other advantages Including Let I Thru IS Block._ Lot 4-1-4-T. ihak 1...._._....._.._ Ciirtl. M A Naomi Rutgers 1 1I.1t
Bat ___
t of AlA LaItlC' Job UI
several other types of Lots 1-'. Mock >_. ...._.__ Curt II. Naomi lodger. 4 IS
Insurance Moo..r al innivi \ IS.t'? 0" Alt Lot 1-2-S Block U__......_ Oorco K. Allen, Jr..._.._. 713
Including health lots '--M-lS.. Mock 11401. /___ George .:. AlUn. Jr..._._.._.. 211*
and accident and life" at rates L4 5-t 4 Moek S 5-4 Rick H Ann** Mao, K.nn dr._._._... I..7iteuthcrn

[ usually lower than those offered nose of AlA ...._..... George I'r._.. tH Lot 9. Block 99......._.--. ItoldHic Corp........ lie
Ot tth Street North Lots 1-s. Block '1..._..__._ Arthur lUAnlo Mao, Jones II"
l by other companies Mr c 2 Nast Of Lots i-3. r../. 53.._..-.. Rooocvdt Wilson ..._......_._ S.4.
ALA .. Stood, George Be_ 2.2 Ned''' Lot 1-tMock" MNRH __.. Mercedes Murray, ... ?..._.__ I."
They can also enjoy travel Lot ,-",--.* Mock S Lot 11.... ....k HAll lHim Payl. ... _.. ........ ........ ..11
members of RTA R..t of AlA ... Stood G*.f*. >f,...... I.N Mock 14-14-111-114.._. _. If .... VVIMa A Dalton CoM 14.X
tours as or Let 5 Mock t Ht Lu4 l-S-S-4. BUck 117__.. I,. B. A Hattto Khwr __._ 11.11
AARP groups personally conducted AlA. ... .......-.._ NMtV 8 L Bt.t SJ4HI Lot l-<. Mock 114.........__._ I). II:. a Iterl )I. Mtl, od_ 7S.74
Oaf fth Hr*.t North. Lot *, Mock 1J4. ._. .. .-.- Walker FcrtMtacr Gr Flor
with special HU. of AlA Bfk; SLot Stood Georso I'r....... Ida Inc ._? z...
for the elderly, schedules 1 Mock 4 Mast of Lot. 7... Mock ltBto ..._......_.-._ John II Jr.k Bcutah Mao,
AlA .. Moody 0-,.. 1'1'_ Uf Allen 11,10
slower, permitting more Lot t Mock- 4 Mast k lit...* -..- -rAH WTMa H. Cobb. __,.-_ lIn
rest periods, more free time of AIA _.__._. feaHh K L U' Block Lit sasept 8W S4 Lot
comfortable accommodationsgeared (.. all Mock 14* eiept Lot
Moites LAXD co %tn tt"r or AHOn 7-1 A NB M- Lot !-. A allMock
to the oldsters needsat 14 eiecct R/W US No. 1
best hotels and 4th Street Mock A Ml No 14)4)..._ ___ WftU Dalton O.bb- 11.11
transportation 4 K-t of ALA ...-.- :Moody George 9r...... 2.71W7 Th. *VV W of Lot 1-4. Block
services. Lois tss.1sOath 141 A the NBU- of Lot. (-' A
t "t of A1V.._... Moody George r_.. all Lot 7-S of Mock 1:1.t. WHd4 A D-lUn CoW .__ nUl
Club and community housesare OP ltd Sit rt NorthRhrk NK U* Lots S-4-S-4 :
I Bat atLA.At T..-'.... Block 1S1 ___._ Wttda A Dalton 0."_ n."
maintained in many areas .. .....- Bad, George *r- -14J Lot 4-l- .io.t>t K/W of D8 No.
where oldsters may gather for Mock Bat 1. Mock lit .._.. JtdJln Oil Comp nr_ 11.21
special lectures and ..1lA .. ..........._... M* dy George Sr-._._ .... Lot 1*. Block i41.Part __.__..___ Chester A ROM IAe Themes z..
programs Lot" .at Mock C Ix>t. 1-1I-IS NE VS No. 1.Mock .
social events at very nominal Mast of AlA -_. Msorls. George k..... 4N 117.. Halifax OH Company_ tl.SS
c'p tail Street NorthShock Lot T oicott R/W L<8 No 1Block .
cost 4 Bait of 144 .._ .__._._ C. H A Naomi Rod...,*._._ lI.n
__.._ _..._. Stork ..._ .____
Problems of the ALA | Moody George 9r Ion Frac Lot I lLnM Lithe Mao John__ ....
aged are
I.' A 8W M Lot 7-S Block
being constantly studied to KOOIIV .l BDIVI.IOXL ..aTI' COST 11. .... ._._. "" lieu S. A WtfcU II Oobb_ ".11
provide through these organizations ..t* IBlock Lot 1-2. Mtic >*f .! Otl A Grace Nipper_ J.1t
_.. Lot S easePt th STILT 44' ofNVVLT
7 ...t of AlA Moody George IM
every possible servicefor Block I Mast of M1. Free, Block 241 1.1..... O their care, comfort and All t -.. J W. OI'Hfl.._.... 1.77 Part Block t.t W 8R No. 4_ Ooorvo E. Alien Jr__ 11.11
-! Mock 14 I'wt Tract I.'. Bk. 14. Tr 111.
convenience" A lobby Is maintained r..t. :ALA -.._.. Moody George Sri U-2 ....ac C 1I-I2-S _._________ Carl A Charlotte Brmtth r_ I.4S
in Washington to look Ot 4th !Street* ith Part Tract II. or Bk. 4. r. SB.
Block is Boot of In"II oJjo .cpoore Block R 1I-1S-M. ..._._ Ohm A Ruth )MW r_____ 17.}j
after the Interest of
eldt"l'lypt'OpJ.e ik t Lni l2SI4) .vc pt R/W OB
AI.'ii Mock -..so..cpool No. 1. Mock K. Lake Terrace
far U L-t 11 sn (
as as legislation _. ...__......_ '
JB ALA Hub 0>lo4* D. A M.r Ia D.ck.r 144.||
concerned' and their work has : ;'I Lincoln .
Lnt Block IS an"II olswo .cpool' Lots ,.1. Block 1 lUJfht
been most effective.O. hut of AlA _._ hit _._. ... _. .. Ed A Lucy London ________ 4.79M
Op *th Street South Lot *. Block (. Un 4n ll4.ht
Mock IS Bat of b. _.___ !... Butter jjj
ALA | Moody George *r- ..., 117 Lot 1-L Stick L lh"aef1 llom.stee ..
r. tI J Lot 5-Ii .... ISBnt Robert Moody ____________ 2."
of AlA Moody George f,_.US1.M Lot 14. Block T"BwMi.fl H' .m.-
F. ALFORD mrort ffouth Ite. _.._. i Joseph A Aanl. t dcrwood 14
Of.Bkrk IS Mast ofALA Lot-4. Block 1. Tucker Btat
R.gtitered Mood George *r_ : : Joseph Durikl -- 11.1'
lot." Block ru-I lnMJH{ o"f"XKV;Tucker
Real Estate Broker 14 Mast of AlA Moody George *r_. i 3T ",- J M. A IUr Hla King_
OB Ith Street Southlilies Tort Trtct"27 Block C. 1S-1J-W James R. Wlmborly "JJt ::
II Baat of
BnantU. Florida AlA ? Moody George Sr..,.., 3.13Op Barbara C Ien ttl. City T-J CoHector. City of BunneH, Fl.rt4a
Mr r 11"I Mh Street South 4t. May 5. It. ft. nToo

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to tea
I .bo.,. Iitltloo4 se,. u.IDIOW1C. BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY
:= TO CROOfOIAll you ar. M h) t.qui" '" to .. wottttmt that
tors of tfis CNltaaa of t"" 'ilk, You ar boss awet
HAPHA'11U11AJ1.. ......... this ';t.assel. .not the 1'lefb ., haa base hiouO a :mhM(

!r. ...,.., wtI.sd and rsuliodIt. --f ........ the tu Mew. af -NT. you hi the Circuit Cowrt, d.ewt .- DURRANCET.

'" say elseiM K ........ pl"lntl'I' ..'i9ey .IaIaUft...... MS1Yelast.a .. \ Judicial \'IreCN __ fer

'Itl ther i ajr beetle cat** "M ....... I.: J.

t .id *otal* to UM oaTio* of tk* WI iastn.' Mteiwbeg. ;rM. :: .21'" CO.
I suety 14I of flosr, c... ... aN hero' AND E. CONSTRUCTION

M hen 1M mho.. ii "Ordura ....... hr roaotrod to ilo nMnally y or r
ty.Itunnoii.. .... tit. hy attorney. with the Clerk of Fl.fler Beaeh-Tel. 439-2471

ndar rwowt .i fross t" .... K not .'.Augtwthlwej.tfloiWsItas II, A. D. oM Court your. Anowor or dce -
In Mid
poMMoatMo of tWo M- fWmo to the 'Cooaateiat
I .h. dewoats NMBK If fail .. wit, MI or before. the lithe d*>
aaeelrhw or '0. do
\ ce DtIMIIt of June A.D. It4l and aln ii> --- -- --
I. wHtlaf and moot .t.4* th 'III ... rnl..rrd aaiooi .. -- -.- --. - -.-
'* Anew -
ijfoCtf vt wwwijw sad pw**. *,i .thr.r rrllef firms..... C Y5x servo t a.. espy":of ,.your.. i.e Rt r r "... ,..trm __ _____ --- -- .- I
iire ....i.on th* elahjaiit and "'-".inl fto oils. alM shy and KeN AMay f..,
b to by MM otaem- said salt Mlug tor ..
'iiuct yc.. PUmttff. at their oihio* 0 411
nt. his spent or hU attorney. M'ITNI.. my bead and seal ;]
.. Main abort ftaJrton* It. n hFlorMa. ON TIMECERTIFICATES
r it will bicom void aer.ln { )I.f ,said Court thle Itlt day of on or hoforo the .'.Mrt
INt 501
day of Jowo. XIX IM* a* reratted
ilrted.: li Mar akin RM MOOD1'CIIfft hf the FIrMa flubs r>t tii O

*/ ., .Ir'm..U of said CitAeu/t ('o.rt 1 S vll Proonotar ..d herein ful
A SI AlfflftlMn.., rl.lMral/ not or a defawlt will ho ent1aaamt :J
II '
tab of ) Kathryn I.. Mae,
MAN. deoaMd.nr ,
Tou arc further notified th .
.t publication on lord day / 11_. May 1.-11.31 JtrMk the nam of the. Courtn win" hMM RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY

.*. wet ha been hMtltut* 4 1* NATIONAL
....Ia... R Maw LEGAL AI) KRTI'EMKTOH the Ctrcwtt Court rW **th Judiviol

>. U Bos St4 Clrcwtt of FweMa. In and BANK
1.n.11 FiorMa **Mvttorney Rt.U .,"T .' .illaNoUce For .....ter County. and that ttntltl ,11. o77-t217 ITS W. Craaoda

t rlg/itgff. ft I. hereby livan that of MM salt I* a* htrtinabov
):4rHAKL frrVnMAN. Dee: the Board of County Cammlirialr set forth Ormond Boach. Florida
4tc-Mar II, ... Jun <-li .**". or Ca.nty. Flor Tou are further notified that
Ida will re.-ei... Sealed hta. until the natur of aM suet I. awit
LEGAL Ant ERTisLMRNTIT > on A M. Monday Jose S. for oMvoeo and restorationof -- .-- _.----_..._._

IMI. in the oc* of th 04-* former. __. '.
Tilt rot-TT Jt IM.IT i.f the I'lrralt Court In the Flajr- WIT?** my hand and offlrlaleal ---- -

I 01 RT FLA4iLKH 4'4tl *T1. I.-r Cvuatr Courthou. ......ri. at BunneU. Flaaer County'. point of beginning, of thl tn file any rtalnta' or demand
.'I.UKIitI' FH..ntTK %.>. 1>nV Klurtda. fur th* following; Florida this Mali day of MetA drrrlptl n. hi."b they mar have acalaataid

RB Katat* of %Ppr IL lMally to* Ballon t. J It IM4UWHtMB. ? tiring a part of the Kouth- : retaIn In the oMIr of the
urrriB E. STBBLE. 41. MerMrM Formulation, and M. MOOOT west guartr of Portion 3. rounty judge of Flagler Itecoaaed.ttlTM Appro.lmatly !" aalloii 2. a* Cork of the Circuit Township U Kouth. Ranjn t* Florida, In the courthouse atRunnrll.
t: TO t'...:UIT..R' I.l> and S. /. 5.-? ComMnatloaHerblrMe Court of Flatter County.FiorMa Kest and moro particularly dorrlbvd *- Florida within sit *alrndar .

TU ALL I'KfUMjmt IIAVINUUAIMM FormulationHperinratlon a* follow. Brclnnlncat month from th. date of
OK.. OeMANDH A, for I, (.f) Hrb- Hy Kathryn .. BmeryIiaAuly a _M...'. mo umnt markIng the first publication of t.... notlr -
AINtrr PAIL BflTAtB: ,.-/dr Formulation. 1. (.It AmtnoMlt _.t corner Both claim or demand
You and each of you are here- or low volatile ester con- < (tTT COURT MIUL.I of th. Mid Mertton S. asa reuse h* In writing and muat

t notified and required to lie taming four (O pound* aiM IMiiNRKT AND KHOI.AttoraM point of reference. and rwn- ...te Use ptaoo of rMnco and
IM 'raleithernof demand* which <-"IIh.1.... per aallon.Hpertaratlona for riatntHf Meg thence Mouth IT' 4O West po..-... address. of tho vtatm-
..u. o ,-. may hav for 1 4-D and t Ill Uahi #tretIhtytona abet the t*..uth tin* tif tho sold ant and .w.t..t sworn I* bjr
-telnet aM estate In th.* oAf 4. S-T ComhmattMi H.,...*.... ....... Florida Mf Honorable T. K. MtKMOHT. FormuUllon Comblnalton J, 4-l 4 time. May I.... June f-11 to an intersection with th. attorney, or It will bom* weldaccording
'..vnt, Juds* of .'..1., Ooun- low volatile ester and 1. 4. >-T Easterly boundary of the IMf to law.
.\ a t hi* offle IA th. Court low >nUtlle ester eontatnln LEGAL AOVERTI.a.EJIIT *.t piglet of war of tho ....,- hated II Mar 1141.
li..u.. In Bunnrtl. FlorMa. with- two CI pound. 1. ,.It and two ida ..a.t C *_t Railway theneo
K. MarchaMA
*.""IC'.2 4>F BALK .' ir 41* ". along /HMarart
n sit calendar month from theme 121 pounds 2. 4. S-T arid equiv.atrst North .t.
of th* first publication of per KallonAbotr Notice I* hereby given that the MM BacUrly tight of wbiMindary. AdmlnlatraJ.rU of tinsMtaa.
.hi* no....*. Bath claim or de- to b* purchased a* under and pursuant to that certain a distance of 3311.p3 of 1.IITUIIMAN .
nand i must b* hi wrHtwff and nrrord uBtll end of Aacal. year Final Judcroeat of For- feet to the point of beginning iMre.a.d.

..ntiiln th* p4ace of reoMenc ending rVplmher ... !..*.. closure and lal* rendered on of thjla description thonro mtitltiMtn ,.t publication on Mar, M
.nd pot oc* address of the The Hoard reer e. the right the fnd day of May A. D. 1MI. North !.' ir U. West I rCwv
Ulmant and must be sworn to .. the Interests of the County by the llnrabt llowtll W. a distance of
\ the clttmant hi. cent ort may r.- .'rney. or the same Htall b. all bid and to waltr anjr Informal :tlln Court In and for IT* 41' W t. a dta.laji .

.Idt'Irsl II le in bids ra*..4Td. Flacler County, .'.rI4.. In that .* of 44). f_t; thonce Mouth CLASSIFIED
pub Htatlon ) IMS.t Kited at Sonnet. ......... this cause lately pending In th Clrn If* ir *. blast a distance of
Mildred' M. lath.lIllir Rib day of Hay t**.. M1 Court of Flacler County. ff.14 feet; thno Mouth IT 41'
d M. ....nd... C H. iXIWAlrT. Cha+rman whorefn *P Wo*!. a distance*. of 1M ADVERTISING
.ii U>*.utrlx of ...14 '-UI. Board "f CWHrtr Odmmtvionera *- CITZENIIHANK OK DUN fJU. fart; thn North !* ir 4.*
land K Phawii K1..*er county. a Mtato Banking << was West a dfetajw* of 4M feet
Box SM.inn FiorMaATTBirT. plaintiff VMl C. ir"lrlli and Ilene. Mouth IT 41' M' West, a
*!!. Florida "It wtf*. HATTiE KINO and WAUTBTl ..... of >$ feet to th* pointof J.I;

\M..rn.jr for Bi....trli IHIIt'11I! : H l4Mt'I1'. Clerk W IIMSU and FIIANKB. btjMln of this dc rrli>tlon. .

Mar U-JI-KI Juno '-He fl'I4.! U .iId I.. INt PM1HHBW. d/b/a JACKHIKSVIU All erL't to the Magneto ,
.: VKNKKK CUMI'A.Nr. no trarla-

LEGAL ADTEHTHEMHST LEGAL Alit RTI."t T were defendant, being vase No. lion 0".... Together with all SEPTIC TANK cleaning drain
and majvtar the tenements.
-- --- -. Ml. Ih* undersigned Clerk of
i\ Tilt lEft IT <..MitT or 1Tilt: 4IR4IIT HI RT Ih* Cirrult Court In PlasterCounty rrdltamfnt. and appurtenDATBI fields Installed; RoU-Roter

.'I.,'. LtR lotTi.. .LetKIU' .'1.' .I.CH 4 .>l :>Tt.II I'LIIll- Florida will on Wednesday ancea snail shelL Reasonable prices.
the lithe day of June. FlagUr
1'\ Toast iii. lit > at Bunsen
.: ."'114ARLJ'", I I t II. UTIIIV >*. *|.4H A. 11.15.. at the north front County norlda. the 17th day Call George Jarosz. 437-3410

Plaintiff . "'!. 8-1-U

"L CATUNK (HMDI. his wife. In Hunneil. Flacler OM HKItlMK M. MOODY --

1 IT I TH ItrCAHOUH, I'lamtlff. County FiorMa. during the O.rk of the Flagler Countr TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY-
Letedaat ... regular and legal hour of sale. OrnHt. OmrtM
sot/'I: TO It'.1' KOWAItn MfrTHOfir and offer for sale and sell at pub < >AL.) Let us help beautify Flagler

'HE MTATK OK KUmiDA. TO AVM HimMMOf'. h4* wlf. Ito outcry to the hlchot and Uf May Jet County. Large variety of ever
KtTII eCAROU8 I"""b.de.o. best bidder thr.fr for ash In

Who.. Residence Address !. MltHT'.%4.K F4IHKC I.4MI HK head in order to satisfy too LEGAL ADYERT..EESTSOTIC'K greens, palms, hedge plants.
I'nkaown. tIrr// 4.F .t IT **M Ftnal Judgment of Fore
miles S of BunneU on
You are hereby notified that TO EOWAMf *a THnjor and d.uro and sale .", .....Itt, tea or IALKN 5H

suit. ha been filed against youth ANN M. tnrrfiitm' deecrlbed property U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc
lying : .tW. la hereby .l.*n that
above entitled cau"; adu :i:Sl lynchihasSte Hual* and beingw Flakier
.. ar. hereby required to did City. IIMail.* c.u..,. FIrMa, ..-..t: under Final and pursuant Jud runt to of that Forloauro corlata *-- FOR SALE. Rent or Lt-ue-
ur with the Clerk oft V answer and Mae rendered
: enthe
) that an action to foroeto** II and Four (Hn Mock On 2 bedroom Florida room
n t'ourt. and to "rv* a os ir had dar *f oar A. U. IM4.hr I
'" rnf upon the plaintiff orintlfr % mortgage on the following *. Hundred H*.enton HIT la the tho Honorabi llw..ll W. beach house with carport. Ph.

attorney whose ........ eerib.d property gter Town of Funned per a plat ofaM Molten. ono of th* Judges of
,I address /. County. Florida Town on M* In the ..m.f 4373472. Mar. 7-TFC
PAfl. II. KTKRN.: H.
'. North Hallfai AUOba.ona ..d plat <>f VKSICK PARK for Ftoc4er County. Florida. I.M.t *au_ lately pending) In ho Or- Users of Rawlelgh Products In
recorded In Hat Hook 1.t Hook I at Pace 1.
Leach. (lorMa.iHfr on evil 4Jurt of n. lr bounty.Florida. NE Volu-
Flagler County or
than Juno I. A. I.>. l*.4.if .. pas SI. public. record and ALE: In Chanrvrr. whrfncrrrzBNM
do so. ivfawHM .'_.t,. FtorMa.hn Meln* a part of the awl of HANK OF BUNNBIJ sla County need serviceNo

,I C".I.JO: ain.l yen for been Med .*amt you and Mectlon 3. Township II Mouth, a Ktato Basking Company. was capital or experience necessary.
rpltof demanded In th. Mil )ou and each of you are roaulrd Kane le host and moro parItruUrly ; plaintiff nod C. ... KIN and
omplalnt. Tho nature of MMt to serve a ropy of your written decrlt aa fellow wI e. IIATT1K KINU. and \VA a, Write Rawlelgh FLE-3GO'

twin* for defen***. If sty to It onUCLAND lte.|nnin at a control* monument Tim W. IINHI ... FRANK 876 Memphis Tenn. 5.16 and
\ \\d' R HAW Attorney for
% ITNWI mr and *..> marklna the original U. )HHH1& 4/b/a JACKWKSVIIXJ5 -
-ild Court thla lied d..r of Italntlff. whnor. ad dreea I* P. O. uthat corner of the aM Hecllon rSlBBK tDMPANT. May 30. 2tp.

v A. D. 1313.EOFifD Hoi 2M. Iluen. ll. Florida SMI*. 3. a* n point .-f refarencoaavd w.r. d.f..n.ajit.. brine ra*. No.
'; : U. MOODT. and file the ortctnal with the runnlnc thence Mouth 17* 4? If*. too iM... .re l n.d Clerk of FOR RENT one room efficiency
.' Court rlerk of the ahoir otylod court the X..uth line of
|.rk of said Circuit West. along ih* Circuit Courtn FlafUrCotwlr.
.., before Jun II. IM; oth- apt on ocean In Beverly
.1 Heal) .n or the aaMton S. n distance Florida, will on Wdneaday. -
I i't Kathryn L. Emery ..rwl:*-.l::emt for may b*reliefd ontefd of 4ITI.ft feet to an Intersection the IMh day nt June. Beach.: Call 439-2050 evenings.Call .
Deputy Clerk row the with th* KaMerly boundary A. r>. 104.. at the worth front
/t-May 1. u. 21. It .."'"n..... is /hWN1IR ........... of ,lie le* foot HeM of M of th* Flajlr Cu..tyC 439-2050 evenings.

., M. MC:....T. lark way of the Florida. Most f least *.rth*MHi In ......_n. Fl.a+..r4r. 4 tc May 23

LEGAL AIIVERTHF.MEXT 'ir.uH court FUaVrfounty. MaMway. then*. North !" ir ... FiorMa. tfurmtr oil r.. rand .
FiorManl 41* Waot moat the MM Hat- ulcer *.l hour aalo.
i* II Hcht of boundary, aMetawe. : and )! FOR SALE--2 bedroom housesCorner
t\ Tin rllUI IT IOU NT. ,K". rely was efK for at pttto-
':,TH JlOMItL IIHMIT. H>' Katheryn U Km*,y < < ..Ihl.1 feet to the lie out err to tho highest and boot Moody Blvd. and For-
InputClerk. .poot of bealnnlna of this o.- bidder thereto for rash *n
i\ ..te.I.K
sill run
4TcMay n. H. June -li. St. BunneU. Phone
'ct"\T'. KM'HIIIi.ITHI cUL sortp0ee. thenre ronllnuiM; bawd.e order to satisfy the sythe ,
\ ,... 3.7.1 Wets) !. ir 41* Wt a tflatano ..M Final Judgment of Forrlawwr *- 268-6150 Mandarin. Fla. No
',V M UC; U. AU'tRTI.t"r."T of .#. foot to a point and Halo aforesaid the
RODMA.VItatottff.. -- --4-ntHT-IVIts U.I4 fet Southerly from th* f.new/og oVocrlord prouorty.H collect calls accepted.41pMay .

'.. 1\ Tilt 4IHMIT 401*. bidet when the quarter ooHlonlino ./ .. lylnar and twin* In flag'I.e
'UK I-/.ALLIH 30 It June 6-13-20
I ''VKTH CHARURUv WW1MAN.h.trird.lrt. lntrecl the MM Baater- < enet'. Florida t' -wlt.
T1. I'LIH1111 bourxtary. fin* MBMnoardWr Tractor.
401-H :t.ce.rt'h'!
4 It II. UT'U'n. ; 41' 3e* Hoot. with had teeter
'oTtcp: "! IT OTARKET.I'Ialstiff .quipped pr Used 4-drawer chest-lZ50.: .
CHARLH8 "lflLET JIT4B poraiM to and U feet Mouth of brorMHe track adjuster. ...realNo. i
ItI1DMA.'L th* quarter section line, a ulatanco : .I-M42. engine No. 714 1C. We also carry used mens
*. of UIN." feet to onn- with M irS Hratf.n wtn el1 aamMy -
:t Rant Main MreetEarly11. J.4MKKKNRrT" OTAHKRT.ItefendanL work shirts and pan ladles'
the .
c.. Tork ter Mtlon with Westerly and M-lM track b ..
> : notified taala'tlon boundary of too low foot right (in. )I.fa n..ata.r4tr tractor blouses and drew and a few
J are hereby toil. I: n. "111'
'. has b *n of way af U. H. Illchwar No. 1. .rlJ No. lit-1341, motor nwanbr -
1d for dhrorro and .rquired 'T> Jame Freest Mtsnk.y then* Mouth II* II' Wont, a- T!I4TC. MUIMM><| with M-M* formal gowns Jerry's Furniture.
..In.t you .you 1201 j LucermoIielroit wnr the MM Westerly right of track belt. JITV whorl JlTtAbartnc.
of yowrtltt Old Dbl 2 mL S.
to serve a copy 31. Michigan Hwy.
diitano of H III hub M-IH-
way boundary, a co,
> n df.B-*.. If say tot Tot ARK HKftimT NOTIFIED M Mouth ate 41' B track MUUI1SVradrn
; sad i KroLMornoy 151 feet; thence assembly Korona Ph. 437-3752.
n .. .
O *iikr that an action for dlv roe *U. Welt a distance of 131.54col winch armlily.4m .
for PUH ltff. whose Oar-. ha. been died against you and to the point of heclnnJnjraf Bombardier Tractor, a*- Itc--May 30

.'.ddreu I* 411 Main kneel nd lie >;ou are :required to serve a copy this description. KXCKITIXOTIIUIIBFUoM real No. fit-1141 engine No
na Florida. If
Ilah. defenses
any '
f your f tea following 74433" used for part part
The original with the Clerk of to .It on Wm. A. 1Ifw'''''. Attorne parcel* of land, ..-.It. On. MS Itombardtvr Tractor.Hrial FOR SALE: Chrysler reverse
th* above styled > for No. Ml-ll, engirt -N.. cycle 23.000 BTU alr-condit-
teforo Juno IB. tots otherwise Ormond Beach lit Nat BankEd 1. Being a part of the SWVftf ;
I I.
fI used for .
paro part
Judvmont mar ho. entwed :- t. Ormand Bah Florida HertUn S. Townchlp IS Mouth One nw nbrdtr, Tractor ioner-$3SO. 17 cu. ft Coldspot
d .Flange N East and moro par.
alnit tenet
you for tho IJf4.: and Al. the original with 'rl.1 No. MM4-imU Engine
m.a..4 In the compUInt or Petit the clerk of the above dried Ucutarly described aa follow No. W I7C. equipped with solid upright frostless freezer
ion.tY1TNiRR. Court on or before Juno !3. IMI: Declnnlac at a concrete monument urea $223.oa Frigldalre apt. size
and seal marking the original
mr hand a udB-ment may be
HATED at Dunnolt. FlacUrCounty.
.f MM Court on Mar t. IW.OEOflGE entered ...'fI.t you for the roller Kouthat corner of the said Florida, thla 17th dar refrigerator-900.00. Call 437
witless 3. aa a point of referrnc -
M. MOOOTA demanded In the complaint af Mss A. l>. IMI. 30
Clark of ..M Court WITX1IfIR ray band and the and runnlnc. thenc* Mouth /*/ OEOIlOB M. MOODY 3458. Itc May
IT* We. alone the Mouth
By Kathryn U BmcrrA ..al 0' amid Court ow this lithelay t Clerk of the Flaclor
Clerk INto of th. MM Mertton 3. a
IiocwtT of FOR SALE 1963
County Circuit Court.WAL. : Volkswagen.
IiJ 4STI.IS fet to
')$HiNHKT ANn 1.8(11. a MO : M.: MOOT.TA ftwtanco of anIntersection ( .)
Attomoy for n..tifl Clerk af **M Court with the Kaiterlrboundary Itc-M. Good condition. Reasonable.Call .
'U lialn *treat WTR"IT COVHT HBAU of the IM foot rlchtofwajr
4373171. After 5
i Tto* D norMa U Maser of the Florida p. nv
: '* h. Hr Kathryn .tl.9-;
) A* Deputy Clerk theaco North call 437-3722. May 30 ltc-
t times Mar U. II H 1.... S 4Tc-,-M y 7 i H. Juno .. Ittr.OAL ftJ..t, along th* Mid EaJtlr ,'ol"TY JriMIKM CO!.RT
.* right of war boundary, a
ADVEBTMKMCVT ttotanco of IT4I.tS fet to tea t'LU.I.tR lot 'TY. rIAt"_ 50 towels $1501: Brand new.
nil iv rR(). T" \u. nraIN
LEGAL ADY&aTIIE.a.UI. .l>...t of becmnlnc of tM d*
riBn'rr COt BT. .F."'. MHMlon: thonc* continuing RB: Etato ofRAPIIAKL Biggest towel bargain ever.Send .

TUB rinctrr COIHT or I'ET1Jt Tilt 1113INt't'iT.. H tooth 10. IT 41* W..t a dl.. rrURMAN.lca4. $150 plus SOc postage-
r1oilIlia. af 4M feet b North
n.t.LKR cOfJITT.la Ills FOB r1..Il.1.EN'OI'tTY. Lanc ; = .
....t It. SMOTBSBTBR ......tRllt... 4'It Ik ACTION. It* 41' H" East, a ":* of "OTIrJ TO (nt: >iToR handling per set. BargainHouse
IM feet thenco Mouth 1" If 41"
Etb.(1RI'tlNt!: : LT.a :
arrtt.trrJ1aI.utt 1'.t0.: )lOttttJllONO.'ENIIBT. Bat a .1....... of 4e* fet f'rorri **uto of Box 565. Falls church
r. n.t',3 :
.. KPSA ....... Mouth IT 41' M* West, deceased.are vac 2204S.
IAWa IIJRu p.fe.da.t .....lttft. a distance of >M fet to tIM hrby notified and roqvtrod 5-30-ltp

-- A


YtHf'nI GOLF p.e.aAM MPs ks f9t the ........ Ce SHS GIRLS HAVESUCCESSFUL J2-T8 IUIOUB TAE 1'HM.. MAT M MIl
sA Wutbtsek aM lobby BtrbIwsew .
JMk Mall who will be fK bents pila+hed glad YEAR -ONBIrS SOFTBALL> RAINS HAMPER

pile ad manaftr *< Oe.* .......
...mll High. School girtsAlMMfe GAME SGHEB9LEO POTATO DIGGING
Prim GMMrtry ChtJ.., the Last ThursdayFlaaV ev.aIag teams have iiilinfi
The Bwmeil League *m.en's Heavy rainfall the post two
hOBAA MfeBsat A adbA he Insurance Aaveyhanded
tiuturwer. ?fff""tWB Hj tf a s"*saaful year ,in the Northeast -
.. the Wethooisl Men softball game sabedoed weeks has caused some loss
wowId have a youth gK ,* PWrida Girls' Conteeence.
.M lids suauner.Ml their lest tWMt of the season seeonMng' to Santa Bradley. for Tuesday night was ....- to. potato growers who had
.by T.6.... This gave girls easels.The tolled. We to M4 woaur.The are.* la fields that were not
ye art who are lnlifiHG readily drained. Aiding to the
the two teams a tie for firstpiaee. has been rescheduled .
..d sec rr..llj: Ie meet Charlie Williams was year began with a v.1lopho game cause of this loss was the tact
.l meet' aM Bunnellpisead and will be played
*eh Hell Monday n orMng the big hitter for the Insurance that many potatoes were immature
3rd Ruby London was Friday, night at 7:00 p. m. at and had
at 8:38 M the BuMieli Gym. men. Cecil Weetbrosk poor holding
sett.teed 1M all conference heldFLAGLER
Oft Bulldog
Tey should brine a S or 7 pitched a fine game quality. Recently InsuAcieftt
...... Bmtda Townsend was demand has caused
lean ad three ball In the second game of the r....... to the 2nd tNIIft.hft.twoIl BEACH to stow down may digging operations
....U MM that he plans to f'WfMftC WNw.efth Lumberdefeated !
Melts girls were runAers LIONS INSTALL which has left potatoes In the
glue instruction to these Richard Thriftway.collectedfear Ufi m the conference< basketball ground' longer than they
youths on Monday and Thuff- Yeivtngton tournament and also More than seventy members should be left under the pres.
hits to Wadsworth
day mornings at Of CSC. He pace were f'URA 'ffB*Up for im? *PB- and guests of Flagter heft ent weather conditions.

said that the student geeen. TEAM STANDINGS son. Ruby London and Lula Lions Club enjoyed fee Installation Some growers who were' located

lee for these two mornings Ptagler Ins. Agey. &.1 Jones were named to the allconference Banquet Monday on land well drained
would be lees than hK the Methodist Men &.1 : basketball team night at Bunaell Restaurantand came through hi better shape.
usual remFLAGLER Wadsworth Lumber 2-SMelts and Maria Hugas honorable Coffee Shop. Others had practically completed
Thriftway 0.7 mention Jeanne Higginbotham >> Joe E. Harrison was Installed digging. Over the past
and Lula Jones were named
weekend to and
one one.
INSURANCE as president. He succeeded one
TOP C BATTERS to the all tourney team. half inches of rain fell on
J. ColHns. E. W.
AND METHODIST MEN WIN The girls' Softball team Floyd all of cropland
Arthur MeDanW. Meth. ,&11 played 3rd In the conference Zlebarth. Past District Gov nearly parts
while two to three inches fell
In the first Softball game Lamar Jones, Wadsworth .&11 softball tournament with ernor. Plerson. was Installingofficer. in sections. The outlookfor
game Monday night the Buddy Taylor. Meth. 560 Geraldine Rob*won. Brenda more rain this week' will
Methodist Men defeated Melts Murray Smith. Flag. Ins. 500 Townsend and Nancy Margett Other officers for the new add to this wet weather prob.
Thrift way 137. The Melts Jack Martin. Meth. .470 winning all conference berths. year are: Wm. D. Barto Secretary lem. Growers are hoping an
team continues to show improvement Henry Panas. Metts .4TO On May 11, 1908 the track ; Keene Gurnee. Treasurer I increase in demand next week

Jack Hardifi pHeh- conference meet was held in ; Jack D. Abbott. 1st Vice will open the way for moving
Total travel 1 expenditures of St. Augustine with Bunnell
ed a good game for the win Americans in 1972 are President; Ct'dIIL West brook, the remainder of this years
expected girls placing 2nd behind
2nd Vice President Albert crop as soon as possible.TAP .
ners. to amount to approximately Green Cove Springs. All conference -
Flakier Insurance Agency S4&3 billion acordlng to selections were Jeanne Zamba, 3rd Vice President;
defeated Wadsworth 7.6 In Joe Mobley. Quality Courts Illggmbotham. Brenda Townsend Walt Eberhardinger. Tall DISCUSSES .

the bottom of the 7th inning. Motels executive vice president and Ruby London for Twister; and Willie S. Harrison WATER QUALITY
Charlie Williams had three BunnelL Lion Tamer.

Water quality in Flagler
County was discussed at the
Flagler County Technical Actlca .
Panel meeting' Thursday.TAP .
members agreed to have
C. W. Love US Geological

J You11 have to Survey Hydrologist as guest
speaker at a future meeting.
see ourpnces Mr. Leve has records of the

10 believe them county's ground water supply
and Its quality.

C. II. Cowart Chairman of
the Flagler Board of County
Commissioners was a guest
retool rUra see Corp.
at Thursday's meeting.

Members also discussed

ways to Improve working relations
between Federal and
State agencies and local governments.
.uyM'o1o' .
Self-Help Housing Loans
available through Farmers
Home Administration were

r s' Attending were: Don Jor
dan CES; Bobby White ASCS;
Raymon McGough, FHA; Gil
Becker, Florida Board of
Parks; Jan Spangler, Florida
Wildlife Officer; Gene Holly
Sanitation Officer and T. W.
Robinson. SCS


jYoullhovefo -

see our pricesfobe&evethem FMnFII1 KII First '"tourla of the Summer .
season are back at Silver
Springs In their favorite meeting -
place In Catfish HoteL
They are the Salt Water
Striped Bass who annually
migrate from the Atlantic
Ocean to the Springs via the
See-the-light St Johns River Ocklawah
and Silver Run.
May usually marks the ar
rival for the huge stripers
who make the some 160 mile
trip to spend the Summer atSilver

Specicilstomoney Springs.

Sorry! no fishing allowed

Q According to deer' expertsat
the International Deer
s '
Special air-conditioned Ranch at Florida's Silver
Springs antlers are shed by
4 f' Ford XL Fastback. Special l extras. the male deer' each season and
quickly dlappear since they

Low sale price.Now are eaten by small rodents
to obtain the calculm.

you get cool extras included in this

Ford XL Fastback: SelectAJre Conditioner. HASTINGS MATTRESS

Tinted glass (all windows). 302cu. In. V8. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

High-performance axle. Or '68 Falcon: 710-12 Lemon St.

America's economy champ. Seat six Pal atka. Florida
v t in style. Saves plenty. Phone EA 5-9166
v I J Fomitors Upholtsria

\\ I- ,IJ"-- The switch is on to Ford Mattresses Repaired 6&Box Beflnlthsd' Springs

l at your local Ford Dealer's Made to Order Also Renovated
Call Laura Morris 437-3233
It (
cM After 10 P. M.



Jut as Boo as you
Phone or Post Office

BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. Bunnell, Florida Fro Drop Pick-up Us a Card& of Delivery Can