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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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CRAIG APPOINTED BUNNELL'S NEW DIRECTORY SIGNS BUNNELL BOARDTO COUNTY BOARD

SUPERVISOR CONFERVITH PLANS PARKINGAT

James O. Craig Democratic CABLE OFFICIALSThe COURTHOUSEThe

nominee for County Superintendent .
Bttftftdl City Cmrnnissloners Beard of County Gem
of Public Instruction:
discussed the caWetelevision mtetoiten read a request from
was appointed General Supervisor
of School at the regular proposal of Mica- the City of Bunneil to consider .

monthly meeting of the nopy CaMe! TV Company at btttkHng a parking let to

School Board Tuesday morn (y Jt their meeting Monday night. the rear of the court house to
The commissioners agreed to relieve parking congestion.The .
ing. He succeed Walter S.
Morris, Jr. who resigned effective kg.t confer with the Mleanepy official Board was agreeable to
May 3hlSuPf'rlftlfllftftt on their offer to pro- building the parking lot whleh'euJ.d

C. Harris vide cable T. V. In the Runnel serve the court house,
Coy '
(aAM lt 1 area. civic center and football at adturn. < |
recommended that Craigbe
In other action Monday Chairman C. H. Cow-art J
General O I
Super
appointed
night the commission! : and Commissioner Louis Stef- |
visor in order that he might J J
hath opportunity of serving + [ t I Approved: 57500 for Softball Ilk were to meet' with the City I

a month in the office and equipment for use In the Commission Monday night to 1*
/ summer Softball provam.Instructt'd work out details.
prepare for the transition i!
Supervisor Gene Bids for weed' insecticideswere
from one superintendent to
Barber to start fogging operations opened and read. Three
another on July 1st. The motion
for mosquitoes In the bids were received. The low
Board Mem
made by
was
bid of Woodbury of Orlandowas
limits.
city
her Raymon F. Tucker. ',
Tucker also moved' that a 1 .p Agreed to open the Civic accepted. I
Sheriff P. A. Edmonson requested
resolution be prepared to be Center for emergency use during
the board to purchase
the hurricane if neededVoted
sent to the Governor
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requesting
I
that Craig be appointedcounty r to hold a public hearing nine parking bumpers to be
July on changing parcels in placed at the new parkingarea
superintendent the Trendy and Bunnell Home- at the County Jail. It was '
Ut to fill out the unexpiredterm .. a 11 1/// Y approved. The Sheriff stated
of Harris. Y N(1 r sites subdivision from lots to
Superintendent
Harris informed" the Board acreage. No date was set for that he would make arrangements *
the hearing. to have parking strips >

that submit his his present resignation plans are to be to Agreed' to hire an assistant painted In the parking lot al- |

effective June 30th. for the city clerk three days so.Mrs.
1
each Pal Parker appeared
month at $1.50 per hour.
Craig attended the boardmf'f'Une
Approved the monthly bills. before the Board to requestthe
and discussed with
Photo by Tfcco C He la board to grade four blocksIn
the Board what his responsibilities A directory sign with the county's organizations and clubs SHOTS FOR PETS the southern part of Flag
would be themonth
during listed has been erected on North US Hwy, 1 in Bun,,"!. The THURSDAY let Beach. This was ordered
of June. It was determined
is the Bunnell Lions Club throughthe done.It .
sign project sponsored by
that he would be work. A Daytona Beach veternar-
cooperation of the Bunnell City Commission One emblem was decided to repaint
big on the new state program Ian will be at the Bunnell the commission
which will provide considerable The General Joseph Eggleston Johnston Chapter, UDC, is the Civic Center Thursday, June Ing county room and the two offices meet.

extra funds for Flagler first of Its kind to appear In the United States. Members of the 13, 10:30 a. m. to Inoculate in the clerk's suite.

schools next year Also, he local chapter designed the sign that has received national recognition. pets.' There will be a veter- Chairman C. H. Cowart read

will work closely with the narian's fee of $4.00 for the a letter from Piper Aircraft In

superintendent on all administrative Another sign wM>e erected on South US Hw% ritdentlcal -shots. which they stated they were

and Instructional ap In construction. The1'ltyWIII Issue'free licenses not.Interested In the faculties

pointments to be made. to each pet inoculated. nf the Rnnnrll Airport for their
schedule for the -- ---- ----- -
was adopted p :
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RED CROSS DRIVE TOPS QUOTA tDruba program.Lee
coaching staff which was estimated LIONS CLUB appeared before
to be a $6 O Increaseover
INSTALL JORDANDon the Board to request the
the present schedule.The Board to mow the Old Dixie
schedule Jordan was installed
principal's was
Highway grass areas and to
rejected in favor of the coach's president of Bunnell Lions consider road
recommendation. Three members Club at the Ladles Night dinner IM 'frV'T' 4 constructing a
from the
airport to Korona to
meeting' at Club 92 Daytona
voted "Yes", Dave Perry-
better
provide access to Flag
man voted "No". II. V. Peavy Beach, last night About ler Beach.
fifty Lions and their guests 4
was not present.
Motion
made
was by Commissioner
Upon the recommendationof attended the gala affair.
Wickline
to adopta
Past International Governor 1.
Superintendent Harris approval
resolution to contract the
Earl Zlebarth was the In.
was given for
exceptional legal services of Joe Krol of
stalling officer. Retiring President
child program for next
WY Daytona Beach to assist Board
year. The teacher would be P. A. Edmonson presided Attorney Leland Shaw In de.

established at Bunnell High over the meeting' and gavea fending the County Canvass.

School; but would serve all report of the activities of ing Board in the election suit.
elementary schools. Fourteen' the Bunnell LJons Club dur

children will be selected for ing the past year. r !I

the class. The class probablywill Other officers Installedwere

be housed In the former : M. B. Fuller, 1st vice TANNER APPOINTEDLSSISTANT
Janitor residence which wouldbe president; Jack Holt 2nd vice j jMrs. STATE '1

remodeled for this: purpose. president: Howard Lerch, 3rd ATTORNEY
Mrs. Laura Reynolds is certified vice president: John A. Gegg 11 John W. Tanner. Jr. son of
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to teach this class. secretary John Capo treasurer Mr .and Mrs. Harold Ramsey,
Three teacher assignmentswere : Walter Morris, lion tamer: Venson Har.rs! left and Mrs. Jasper White, right proudly St. Johns Park has been appointed

made: Max Hall Flagler WHIard Tucker. talltwister: L. | present a $1004.28 check to Bert Reamcs. Chapter Chairman Assistant State Attorney

Beach, was appointed Bun. H. Church director and Fred for the East Volusla Flagler American Red Cross. The Flagler for the four county Judicial '

, nell Junior High English In Fruits director. Woman's Club sponsored the drive headed by Mrs. Halnes and circuit Tanner resides at
) Attendance awards werepresented this Is first timeto Flagler Beach and will be
structor. Mrs. Joy Steflik was Mrs. White. The t'CHhalrmflreport Flagler's

appointed teacher at Flagler to P. A. Edm nfIeA. "go over the quota" on the drive, and express their appreciation working largely In Putnam
Beach Elementary School. Fred Fruits ).(. B. Fuller Don and Flagler counties."
for their
to everyone splendid cooperation.
Tanner. 29 received his law
Jack Hardln was appointed Jordan George Moody. Walter

Director of Summer Recreation Morris and A. W. Tucker. FLACLER BEACH Cheryl I l Hosklns degree from University of

Program until a new The Bunnell Lions Club was Sharon Faye Florida In June 1967, was ad.
ELEMENT SCHOOL misted to the Florida Bar In
principal is appointed for chartered in June 1919. Only Jimmy Watson
Bunnell High School. three charter member stillremain HONOR ROLL Carl Lerrh August 1967 and has been t

Superintendent Harris reported active in the club. Alan Zamba associated with the French
Third Grade
Davis law firm In
Crod Daytona
Sixth
that Jessie E. Mulltos Hal WhitakerJoe
has declined to accept the position VOTER REGISTRATION Miller Mike Abbott B aeh.
He served two and half
Frank a ;
of Bryan
supervising principal
REOPENED JUNE 3 Doug Thomas In the U. S.
wherehe
Green yean Army j
at Bunnell High School. One Frank Reynolds Many
application was on file but h Voter registration books Vied Davis Cheat Manna was commissioned a 1st '

was rejected upon Investiga' dosed since before the first Gwen Greene' Dale Johnson u.u1<<'fNRt. lie Is now com
mander' of the Green BeretScclal
Law
primary election, were Rodney
tion.Mrs. reopened Steve Watson
Forces Reserve Unit In
Vernon Brinson was June 3 In the Supervisor Fourth Grad. Peggy Reynolds

reappointed school finance' officer of Elections office In the eewj-! Brady FennHl Terry Siryker Daytona Beach.
as was Trav Chambers.Bus ty courthouse.! Fifth Grod Pamela Thomas He Is: the grandson of

Supervisor and all school The registration books will Patty Reynolds George Bowers and the late

bus drivers. Lee Blakely was remain open until :w) days before RECEIVE DIPLOMAS Mrs. George Bowers who re

appointed as bus driver to replace the November general TIDE TABLE There Here nine local $tu. sided In Flagler County many

one resigned Beef fors. Tides lot June 1.12 dents who received their diplomas years, and the great grand
son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
at the Mainland
Residents may register Nell High
High Low
UNCLAIMEDCLOTHING Monday from 8:30: a. m. until School Commencement exercises Walter Shoultz who were pi.
Day A3L P.\L AJ.L P.M. residents of
once Flagler
Wednesday night at
4:30 p. m. in the supervisor'soffice
AT SCHOOL until the books are dosed 6 3:36 4:12 9:48: 10 JO Daytona Beach. QMtnty. I
October 7 4:36 5:12 10:42 11:30 The graduating seniors Included .
(
Bunnell High School supervising .. 8 5:30 6:12 11:36 11:59 Ginger Newell Faith Since Florida Cypress Gar

Principal Kenneth!' Herring classrooms. 9 6:30 7:06 12:21 12:30 Wilson. Dennis Buono How dens was founded in 1936, over

announced numerous articles Parents or students wishingto 10 7:30 8:00 1:18 1:18 ard Pellicer: Scotty Wider I/WO beauty queens' have

of clothing had been' claim clothing are askedto 11 8:21 8:52:12 2:14 Pam Smith, Lee Presswood. visited the Gardens at the

left in the school lockers and report to the office. 12 9:18: 9:18<< 3OG: 3:08: Mike Mlssinne and Jail Heln. rate of 50 a year. I
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27 YEARSIn -""-' -'-'

the tell of 1941. a young music toeeher from' Kentucky U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING"
brought his new bride to Btmnetl to begin his career as an educator

in the Flatter School system. lb. 89
That was fee beginning of Walter Scott Morris Jr. in Flag]
lee County. He took over the music program and developed one
of the finest band in the State of Florida.
His band and ensemble have won superior rating in district Lean Western "CENTER CUT"
and tate contests for many years They were honored to be
invited to participate in such program as Cherry Blossom Festival PORK CHOPS Ib.Ib. 73
in Washingen D. c.. inauguration of governors, Universityof
Florida Homecoming' Parade. Gator Bo\vlln Jacksonville, and .

Easter Parade in St. Augustine.
Morris has devoted his entire career to the Flagler School Lean Meaty "WESTERN"SPARE
system. His only absence since coming here in 1941 was for
three' years military service during World War II and to com RIBS 59
pine his Master's Degree at George Peabody College, Nashville.He .

served as acting superintendent several summers dur
ing the time this writer was County Superintendent of Schools.

Morris has been active in church and community affairs. LlIe'a "Sular Creek" Lke' "Sular Creek" PURE PORK
He has been choir director' of the First Methodist Church of Bun-

nell since first coming to the county. FRANKS SAUSAGE
He is a charter member and past president of Bunnell Lions j
Club past master of Bunnell Masonic Lodge past commanderof 12 ib.
FlagltT Post No. 115 of The American Legion. He was president C ell oOnl.. 39c :I Roll 3ge
of the Northern Area Florida Education Association and
district president of Band Directors: Association.The .
Morrises have raised two fine children while in Bun. Streak O'Lean
nell. Mrs. Joan Ellis resides in Orlando and Randy Morris is in
Officer Candidate School in Ft. Sill Oklahoma. '
This week Morris has assumed a new position as Directorof WHITE BACON Ib. 39
PROBE (Professional Reach for Opportunities Basic to Education
). This is a federally financed program working with six
counties. Including Flagler County where he will continue

reside.After 27 years, we have come to feel that Walter Morris is C. C's Own
a landmark in Flagler County. lie has been a real asset to our I MEAT LOAF OVEN READY 3 1& Loaf $1891

schools and our county. We regret seeing him leave our school .

system. --
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However we understand he has a better position and a considerable
increase In salary. So Walter, we wish you every sue DelMonte 46 oz. Can
aces in your new assignment And, most of all, we thank you PINEAPPLE For EVERCANE
for what you have done for us and our children during the past Grapefruit DRINK 3 8geMartha SUGAR

27 years.
John A. Clegg White

In 19&I professional treasure krNG MEAL 5 & 39C 5 Bag. 3?
hunters located the sand
Too Late covered wrecks of two of these Del Monte 6 / oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
ships within 500 feet of shore CHUNK For
in 8 to 29 feet of water. Using TUNA 3 $100
To
Classify
the most complex modern

BesssU Kor equipment massive pump- Duncan Hines 15Vi oz. Pkg.
r Ing dredging systems, capable BROWNIE For KRAFTORANGE
Treasurehuntfl'S have recovered of clearing 8 by 10 foot MIX 3 $100
six feet of
millions of dollars holes through
worth of old coins and artifacts sand in 10 minutes they recovered Plastic Strips Pkg, of Doz. JUICEQuart
66.000 silver and gold
silverware Jewelry, cannon
coins plus artifacts ranging BAND AIDS Sav h6c
other and items cannon from the balls sandsof and from cannon to pewter plate ( ) 9C<<

Florida's east coast salvaged and silver table wear Jewelry, Bottle 29 I
Including a commander's gold II
from sunken Spanish galleons
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
lost as a result of whistle on a 2,176 link chain I
that was sold later at auctionfor
storms and hurricanes.An
article In the June issue 360.000.
of the Reader's Digest entitled The Florida Board of Archhe FROZEN FOODS -
Those Florida Treasure and History estimatesthat
Hunts" by Don Wharton tells there are between 1,200to I: Tin 47cLimit Morton's 14 oz. Size
2.000 shipwrecks In Florida
how treasure seekers from
rank amateurs to professional coastal waters.. It has precise 1 with $5.00 or more food order CREAM PIES 3 For 89C
outfit flock to the Florida data on the location of some
coast in over Increasing numbers. 250 wrecks. Foremost
Wharton in his interesting"
Others well organized and article, sounds a warning to FRESH PRODUCE ICE MILK '.= c" 49CSNOWDRIFT
financed come with the latest beware of sharp operators who
In salvage equipment metal have been taking suckers with Firm Ripe
detectors pumps capable' of promises to quick fortunes in Ib"
sifting sand by the ton, the schemes to get people to Invest TOMATOES 2 49c
very latest" in electronic In treasure hunt expedi
equipment and diving gear. tions. These crooks claim they Fancy
The State of Florida claims have knowledge of sunken
lb.
title to any treasure found treasure ships known only to OKRA 29e
within the three mile limit them and encourage suckers Ib.
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and treasure hunters operat to finance salvage operations. California SunkiitLEMONS Tin 39CLimit
ing In these waters must obtain Others form companies and
a license and work understate sell stock. Doz. 39C 1 with $5.00 or more food order
supervision. The state One outfit with a perfectly
receives 25 percent of the value legitimate operation takes
of any recovery. weekenders on a treasure
Twenty more firms now hunting trip charging $60 a
have contracts with the state day per person. They' proposeto
and conduct their operations anchor at wrecksltes and
under state supervision usually let the customers don diving
with a state Inspector equipment on a sort of do-it.
aboard their salvage vessel yourself basis. They' have
During the past three years even been known to plant or 1t
over three' and a half million seed waters in the area of an itlI I
dollars worth of treasure hasbeen old worthless wreck' so that I
recovered from ships the suckers can find a few
that were lost In the 16th century old coins in return for their
much of it found In the Investments. There are still ( ( I Phone 437-3227
Vero Beach-Ft. Pierce area millions of dollar burled In OPEN SUNDAYS
where a convoy of 11 Spanish Florida sands but be careful 8100 a-m.-.1:00 p.m. U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
treasure ships were lost In you are not sucked In on some Reserved Prices Good
Quantity Rights June 6,7,8,9 and 10, 1968
1715. scheme to get your money.


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HANDBOOK BIRTHDAY DATA CALENDAROF 3 TSE rXAOLU TW1OWE TB9BC JOE f.-IMt-
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The JflstHk **.?* **. H.pp r t MmMMj fe aW. this wssic t.: EVENTS GRADUATING- -- BAND- ---STUDENTS-
IM toisy atrw.rrneM it Las
begun distftfeMtften ef a w.lsed Tbiay-Kan Xarlbssa.FedyrWs.ds 1"tte" Mf. J ae .
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iMn ef the Florida Brhr- ,..., 0.... ..... )IeeN, Te FIgi.r-Caret
ers Mandfeeek.CelcnW, ..... meets at 7J8Svadoy. p. m. 1j
M. X. KirkMea, Director MMtte.... OMIMI. JMr MeeM.Pat >11M I. : j
ef the DepartMeejC efrMbNe The' Helena OMMMinltyOvfc e14I
Safety said The revision .....,- Davfc.vk MINI will meet at 2 p. m. in y[ y 4I,r1 J
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wa nutMary to fate at Mary ChttNfc seetal 1 hall ,. _- t
the handbook to Include several w.-y-I llt8luN.BltMilfttl at KeNM. i it.
taw change and to provide Hass. Rebeesa >lwrtra3 .
Monday Jane W .
an explanation of the +ee.WednesdayJohnny! .
slate's traAc laws in Lay JHe. Ffegier Beech Lfens Club
man's language." ; Jr.Tire. dtaer-meeting at 7:30 p. m. at
The new 81 page book Rogers .....UNM. Hwy kk
printed hi five colors,has been inky substanee. ejeoEt. A-1-A. Flail Beaeh. ; Nrt
expanded and Includes many ed by an octopus' while defending Tuesday. June 11 .
new illustrations. itself net only servesas
The handbook may be obtained camouflage but also: dead Veterans of Foreign Wars
at Florida Highway ens the attacker's sense of Port 9913 will meet at 8 p. m.
Patrol stations or County smell according to Marine- at the post home. W. Moody
Judge's offices. land of Florida. Blvd

A
Bunnell Liens CM luncheon
meeting' at 12:15 noon at
| SAVE-BY MAIL| the Bunneil Civic Center. e

Order of Eastern Star Chapter -
No. 93 will meet at 8 p. m. .
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EARN C awt4. .y 'lIKe a. n.
ABOVE AVERAGE \ Boy Scout Troop No. 495 reg. Four Bunnell High School Seniors, members of the Biggest I
ular meeting. Little Band In Dixie, are shown. receiving' awards presented by J
RETURNSWe Wednsdoy. June 12 the Band Parents Association They are: Lee Bourne. Sue Broad-

Flagler Woman's Club will away, Tina Pache and Tony Parker. Lee Bourne also won the
Pay Postage Both Ways conduct "Workshop" at
9:30 a. m. at the clubhouse. John Phillip Sousa Award.
ar d...r1..n,..." ... a.d lone........r a.Wrfistfo' 1524 S. Central Ave.. Flagler
Beach. The dome of Colorado's To fight cancer have an
rsae Capitol In Denver Is covered annual physical checkup and
Boy Scout Troop 473 regular with 24-carat gold weighing give generously to the American I
adE meeting. 250 ounces. Cancer Society.



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GRADUATION AND AWAM Alan Bwf

Held May OMiyl WMIC
.\tin a rds were ...,....... is: ffggf MAnn WtkM
,.,fect ANeasaee for he Crafe Ue Wilder

i "tariJof1'nda- .....y AIM. Law
Faye (strt..al'r. Ptoneia Jean Thomas
;>.'..u Irene c.-.. Dale Allen Johnson
irl I Edgar LMfc Donna Rwtfc KaufmanMary

........ tie* Tomas Was*. Louise Decker
: > I:Ie Allen Johnaon Michael Jags Abbott
.,. For Two Yews Stern DeLaine Hanna
L.... "hony Joseph Prrk James Tomas Nichols
'" ". Good Citttensfcip. 3rd Grade Francis Roberta Bryan
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.uondolyn Louise Green Terence Wayne Stryker
tlrrld: Lamar Whitaker Judith Earlene Decker
(.('nee Michele Zantea Theresa Clarke Arnold
Good Citizenship 4th Grade Margaret Louise Reynolds

Perry Edward Blanton Michael Douglas Snaeifer
[ixrinls Lee Combs Martin Luther Green III
Urndall Marshall Smith Jr.
MISS MINNIE DEEN
Good Citizenship 5th Grade
HOSPITAL NOTES
Miss Minnie [)(>(>n. daughter Carl Edgar Letch
,/f of Mr and Mrs Curtis James Thomas Watson ADMITTED: Albert With<<.

,.. Deen. Bunnell will be a Alan Lee! Zamba *?oo Bunnell.; Martha
member of the dance team at Good Citizenship Sth Grade Thompson. Bunnell; Willie
Six Gun Territory Silver Cherri DeLaine Manna Retha Gillyard. Bunnell; Mar-
Spring, during the summer Margaret Louise Reynolds that Brown. Bunnell; CharHe
IftOfttM. Terence Wayne SUlk demon, Bunnell; Hazel
The talented dancer will Safety Patrol Stud perform her soft shoe specialty Capt Frank Bryan White Bunnell; Jack Mike
and Join the other members Lt Theresa Arnold Keith, Bunnell; Dan Cody.

Y.. of the dance team In the Mike Abbott Haw Creek; Detorea Allen.
"French Can Can Dance' of the Chem Hanna Bunnell.; Hugh Drummond.
Cay 90s-. She will be performing Terry Stryker Flagler Beach Grace Watt
.. 1p' at the Palace Theatre Craig Wilder Flagler Beach Mildred Priest
and Saloon at Six Gun. Reading\ AwardRodney Ormond; Theodore Mashak

.. .., W Minnie to a student at Bun- Law Ormond; Newton Jlrislt'), Or.
. nell High School and has Certificate of Awards (S timeson mond; Lance Eye Ormond;
i been a student of the Grady Honor Roll) Susie Pridgeon. Pierson, Odto
f:" and Louise Dance Studio, Terence Wayne Stryker H. Allen. Palatka.
If Daytona Beach, for 10 >ean. Scholarship Medal (C times DISMISSED: Richard Anderson .
on Honor Roll)- Maebell Grant Richard .
COOKOUT HONORS Joseph Marvin Miller Davis Douglas Abel, Call
Frank Kassel Reynolds Cotton
ENGAGED COUPLE Douglas Earl Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lovell Harold Lamar Whitaker ATTENDING CONFERENCE
entertained recently with a Brady F. Fennell
C lltln Hosklns The Rev and Mrs. Oliver
Plot br Tb o Cheryl Lynn
cookout at their home at Flag
Mary Patricia ReynoldsMichael Taylor and Ray Mercer areattending
ler Beach honoring Miss Linda
AUGUST BRIDEELECTThe Skolar and Gary Welto, James Abbott the Florida Annual
Conference of the Methodist
whose marriage will be an Francis Roberts Bryan
Catherine Stanish Chem DeLaine Hanna Church at Florida Southern
engagement of Miss Mary to Sgt. event of June 29. Co-host ing
Don Walt Cullen. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Arthur Cullen the outdoor affair were Mr Rodney Alfred Law College In Lakeland June

Springfield Ca,. is announced by her parents Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. Jim FriMs. Margaret Louise Reynolds 58.
Paul James Stanlsh. Church Street Bunnell. Other guests were Mr. and Pamela Jean Thomas
Runner-up Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Yelving-
Miss Stanish ts a 1967 graduate of Bunnell High School and Mrs. Fred Skolar. Elaine Sfce-

completed her course In Keypunching at Cape Kennedy College lar, Cheryl. Skolar and Mack Modal-Mike AbbottOutitandlD9 ton overnight ntus1I1t"'ft'e guests of Mr.recent and

of Business & Technology. She to presently employed as a seere- Yelviflgton.CELEBRATES ScholarshipCup Mrs. James Stepp and Mrs.

tary at Maszk's Workshop, Bunnell. BIRTHDAYMrs. ... Ruby Yelvington Bunnell.

Sgt. Cullen Is a 1065 graduate of EfRngham County High
School Springfield. Ga. lie has been serving In the United A. F. Tucker celebrated -

States Air Force for the past 2 years and presently stationedat her 80th birthday at a fame THANK YOUI
dinner given In her
McCoy Air Force Base, Orlando Florida. ily party
honor last weekend at the
A late August wedding is planned home of Mr and Mrs. Gilbert wish sincere
to express my appreciation to
Tucker In Cocoa
KNIGHT HUGAS Z. D. HOLLANDS Also attending the family all my good friends who worked so hard for me

get-togcther were Mr. and
CELEBRATE and voted for me.
WEDDINGThe Mrs. Leslie Tucker and daughter .

marriage of Miss Maria ANNIVERSARY *, filbert Tucker and Mr
Hugas and Jack Knight will Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Hollandcelebrated and Mrs. Buddy Ta>'ter.

be an event of Sunday, June their thirtieth wedding DUANE DEEN
9 at two o'clock in the after- anniversary last Wednesday ON VACATION TRIP

non at the home of the bride, evening at a surprise
Mrs. Edna Kendall and
115 Lantana Ave., Flagler party at their home, Pine
son Bruce and Mrs. Margaret
Beach. The Rev. Charles An. Street. Bunnell. Hosting the Clegg left Friday on a ten __ u...'; ,C-=-_ = _... I
dens will perform the wedding affair were their son ad -
day trip to Nashville. Tenn.
ceremony daughter in law Mr. and Mrs. .
Annapolis Md. and Columbia Ei
No invitations are being Car)' Holland ON TIMECERTIFICATES
S. C.
sent All friends of the coupleare The Holland home was attractively lM 501
invited .
decorated with yellow HOME ON VISIT
and white floral arrange- ,
WEEKENDHOUSEGUESTS IMMs. )1,.. Jean Palezewski, who VOUIflA MINIMUM S3.000-90) DAYS
COUNTY
Delicious cake and homemade has been residing In Chicago NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY

Jane Lesseig, Harriett Willis, ice cream was nerved to for the past several months
Invited Is visiting here with her hus BANK
Jane Hendricks and Joy Odumof twenty-two guests.Mr. Ph. 677-S217 17S W. Granada
band. Richard ---- ---- -
Daytona Beach were week
end houseguests of Grace and and Mrs. Dale Brown, Ormond Beach. Florida
Mechele Steflik at the Steflik Jr. plan to attend the graduation BIRTH
of their David atUniversity ------------
home at Flagler Beach. son .
ANNOUNCEMENTSDAVID -- ----- -
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of Florida --- -

Mrs Murtice Moody and Gainesville Saturday. DEAN HOLLAND
daughters lona and Juanitaof
Orlando spent the weekendin Walter and Laura Morris )Ir. and Mrs. Cary Holland ATLANTIC HARDWARE
Bunnell with Mrs. Jennie and son Pfc Randy Morris Bunnell. are the parents of a
Black and Mr. and Mrs. Benny were In St. Petersburg last son born Saturday June 1 at & SUPPLY CO. INC.
Black weekend visiting her parents 10:50 p. m at Bunnell General ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Salt. On Hospital.
SEE OUR SUPPLY
Mrs. Vernon Haines and Sunday they celebrated Mr. He weighed eight pounds OF
daughters Janet and Mrs. Beverly Salt's 78th birthday anniver and four ounces at birth and

Hawkins and son Timmyof sary. was named David Dean Hol ACME PAINTSMOODY
Flagler Beach spent the land.
weekend in Grovetown, Ga. LEFT FOR WYOMING Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Holland,
visiting with Set and Mrs. Pine Street Bunnell are the BLVD.
FLAGLER BEACH
Bobby Anderson and children. Johnny Taylor, son of Mrs. paternal grandparents and
Margaret Taylor left Mondayfor Mr. and Mrs W. F. Arnold, I PHONE 439.2303

Mrs. Sue Moore, Daytona Shell Wyoming where he Hampton Va. are the matern-
Beach, spent the weekend in will be! employed at Blue grandparents. I'J
Bunnell with her parents, Mr. Jacket Ranch and Country
and Mrs. L. W. McMillan. Club during. the summer vacation JOHN Ill CHARLES MATTHEWS. Flagler County Insurance

LOCAL SHRINERS'
)Ir. and Mrs. John Mat.
ATTEND MEET VISITS IN OHIO th"... Jr. of Ormond Beach Agency Inc.

Flagler County Shriners Floyd Tlngley returned announce the arrival of a son, ,
Carl Carroll, P. A. (Zip) Ed. home Tuesday from Vienna John Charles Matthew, Ill
monson. Levi Brannam and Ohio after several days visit Born Sunday June 2 at All Forms of Insurance

Tom Holden attended the there with his mother. Mrs. 12:30 a. m. at Halifax Hospital
Warren 305 East Moody Blvd. -:. Phone 437-3171
Shrine Cub Ceremonial at Tingley.Mr. he weighed seven pounds
Ocala Saturday. and one ounce at birth.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scott at. and Mrs. Sam Broada- lie is the grandson of )Ir. 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS
tended the meeting Friday way and daughter Su spent and Mrs. Martin Harding, St.
and Saturday. the weekend in Georgia. Johns Park.





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FM nM each ., yo. are r*.*lr* .h:- TLMLBH TMHffE THW.U JWC 1. Hat
5-THE
MlaUL A""U....y M M nerve a oony of your wrlt- Iw.F 1
If any. Mt s .......
IN V;tut i MM I IT CW4'WT MMm D B. teA W. Attoraar lor ......
D PUAaVLBH H'S. ,_ ..... aiillM to a b. Seme TAKK .....; *aIR LOANS AVAILABLEFOR
VTT, BM 2--. ........ ".,....,. .. tltg.at..I Bolds fislafed: RsM.lielEetES
tl MVIOCBT< xq. y... and ... the ortctneJ ...th lb. Ire ......... VETERANS
JUKI ft'AIUCIIY. dork of tho aore styled. sort I bilagler ,'..un" r- ..... .r......to vrtccc.CaH .

flamtirf.JAMBA oa. or before June SS. ItM: oth- 1dtL 'uh. O* ...... ...
va. a udw..t may bo oa* .. 1)11b1/esI1M 8-1-tf
RRMBBT: STARKRT.Defeaaaat. ,..... a .1C.. tile rNMf .uu haw nwre HMM low
t g.a fe.r ., ....d.f --r- .
nisi O. L
HWffTK' *T ., IT nWoI t.. $OADTL rI& JHCHFK"* MtHilt JfUMWYL two ln.m to .. geneaMod

To Jame* &..... Marfcey "lNtIIt t n5rt. ......r -, 11. W. -'. hP btaiKtfy FtafkvOMMty. or Jostled cos. IMYiIi611d .
I*.!! 1wlc.rDrtrslt .. 1'0.',.. Florida .,' _........ tis S. Smitli.ly FIaPM tawe
sa.To ....... .*ea ) Late variety 0 C everi .
,; ARE M. ?40T1 P1. !! U Emory A'JtAIoI"ORO.. fNwtittaryLEGAL. palls beti8e pla11K V"trMM 9rfv1ee 0fhH.

ED that aa action for ....... te_t tea loon I ... .... .. ** ** .
.... Men .... Cais.iu.t ,... ..I M. J.... l-ll 94% lolilos S CIt aWflWII 1-VI .* tedsy.Ftwal

,... are reaalrod .. nerve a oaay ADieRTI BMB5TTIV U. S. 1. Pt+ *. IS-tfc dH4IlAe for World
of your written defaaat If nay.to LEGAL AOTBRTHBMRiTIIS
it oa Wm A. .na... Attorney War II HWWIHy te Mr ..
for Plaintiff wai_ .4r.. TIlE hilt IT t-OI'HT Of TIIK 1IHIIT ('OIMT u,. FOR SALE. Rent or Lease Itt" .w.
..: Ormond Roach let "at' soak rL.tHI.till Ut' 1TY. FLUlt .'I.AULIn"'T'. ri...H|. 2 CMXiFOGIfit fiOfvVal FOOfrlf' Wf8.
..... Ormond Reach.SMTt. 111 %. la C..* %*. anVIIERNErriXK lit Ph. obin
and Mo tile orttrlaal with 8TRKETERllalntlff: I. .'._ ,.. Saa.l) booth house with eaiport These lligible may
the Clerk of lie above tOawrt mmatwr, YAM 7-MTfc Mr. 7-TFC a avara-fttft'd lean 1O pttrCTtwSi
before Jaw. tt.ll. .. .. .
aa or a.JANET ... "
farm to or
.... a heme. a er buy
oIMI' a ju4 emeat may bevatorod ( HERMAN HTRBRTRRDefeadant:
aanlaot you for tho r*. WALTER St: VAN FOR RENT one room' effieien start a buino I
hot ........ In tile oo..rlai.t :\oT.. .: TO ItKFHMI ftr'IM. ey apt OR ocean In Beverly

wl11ltIBll my hswd sod T'ftllft' OF FLORIDA. TO \OTH .: TO W.FHM1 Beaeh. Call 439-2860: eve...... EH tMIMy has been expiring
.... of amM Court on this llth RBRMAK rrRBETBft.: THE STATE OF FLORIDA. Tit
day of May. IMIOKfKMItt.. :No ITIM. mat Road Camp WALTER 11. VA0 i. Call 439-2850 eYentaf for World War II vetefMWaceerding

MOOOT No. I. Bo* MT. u...... Vlr- A.,.... I. 4 te May 38 to a formula that
of
dt
the
WIRt-ffT to
adds 14)
CfH'RT ARAL) are hereby notlned thata Ton are hereby "' a years
My Kathryn U BmeryA suit ha. been Med acalnot you suit ha beon Sled -a't"o: FOR SALE-2 bedroom' he e.Cemf'r their discharge from aeUve

Depart Cloth In the above entitled canoe. and In the ah *. o..It.... caueo: and Blvd. and Forythe .
IT -May li IS. Jua I. ILLEGAL you are hereby required to AU you are hereby repaired to M. Moody wartime Mrvke. plus one year
your antwer with the Clerk of your an.w.r with the lurk of St.. Bunnell. Phone for each 90 days of that MTVtae -
AUYKRTUEMEXTi thi. Court. and to "". a ropy this Court. and t* servo a ropy four for each additional
268-6150. Mandarin. Fla. No plus days
thereof .*>oei the plaintiff or thereof upon the plaintiff or
TIIK rIH(" IT rot RT. al-. Ufcttirr .u.-,. ...... name platntXTa a<......,. ..... noise celled& calls accepted.4tp day of active duty. f
H\TII JIIIMItl. IHCt IT.1% and ode. ,... to: and MUrfMi lfttCHARn reached this formulas
%-i II r-IIH "1..1..:" C-.ll >T%. n.......... Welaer.. *: D: HHRTON'B -May 30 & June 6-13.29 The date by ,
.-.....IUII'C'" II. ACTIOV W/ ;laow.a r. (i. Drawer AA Is the individual deadline
f%.K tll. 47' : Cordova Mreot Hoity HiM. Ir,.FM**, date for each veteran.
BUNA P MORRI9ONOWBNKBT. -. not later than Jet, .. A. l).. FOR SALE: 19G3 Volkswagen.Good i
not later then Juno 111.aA.. DM condition. Reasonable.Call .
Hanltlff.UKOROE ] '. IMIf you fall to do so. Default Thus eligibility has already
r. If you fall to *o M. Default will be entered against you for 4373171. After 5 p. m. expired" for most World War
: R. OWBN0RT.Dofaadant.. will he entered ajott you for the reltof d....ftca.d hi the" Mil June Itc.
call 437-3722. 6. but the
the relief deosain th* bill of ........llIt. Tho nature of acid II veterans program
XUTUK TO ArPKAH AM vf coa ..latat. The nature of ell I' betnc fr will end for all on July 25
A'R .... salt b.ln* for dtvor_. 11'ORCEWITSHf' FREE KlTTENS-Klttens lookIng -
IN THE SAME or THE STATE \VITXBM" my hand and el my hand ant peel
OF FLORIDA of MM Court thM IIh day of of said Court thla list day of for a home, six weeks, old. 1970.World
TO UttOUUt K OWBKH1T.UIKMM May A. D I.MiHM May A. l>. ItU.tlHOHf1E Call 437-3386. Itc. War II veterans who,
: IIIWT OFFICE AI)- )R-lC' :: M MMHtT. M MOOD were discharged for a service
I)HBBH AM* HiWlD11A1CEAUD <1.rk of ..til Circuit Court Clerk of acid Circuit 10$ A HE UNKNOWN. tofflrtal Deal) Official' Kent New 4-piece bedroom suite, connected disability will be

Ton .r* herey notified that a R\ Kathryn U Emery Ry Katharine L Ernest Includes 4-drawer chest 6- eligible until termination date
Clerk tau' "t>rk
lieputv 'pu'
Mitt hat been brought against 4 inns May U-St-M J .4 June 4 U. i9 !l 4t drawer dresser and mirror of July 26 1970; this also applies
In the Clrcutt Court. $.v- .
rH
Mil Judicial Circuit. In and forFlatter --. and bookcase bed $7950. Jerry's to widows of veterans

County Florida. brBpKA LEGAL AIMERTMKMKXTIK Furniture, Old Dixie Hwy. who" died of service- connected *
r MORRISON OW ENS.I1.atlfr
her- tfADVEITISING 8 miles S. Korona. Ph. 437- disabilities.
BY. and you are Tin ('nl'- T1'" Jl IM.tr CLASSIFIED
by required to .... raw-tally or .'0' RT ri.t ..LH: 401tTl.IN '. 3752. June 6, lIe Smith Invited World WarII
by .lter_,. with lie Clerk of "IAtAI' IT rKoMITt: Au. ton
said Court your Answer or def RE. Batate of veterans to visit or call the

Me. to tile Complaint In Mid UOTT1G I:. STEELE. In 1882 Hamilton Dlsston office, county court house, for
wit. oa or before the Jlth day Inaaoed.oTl .
and sloe to bought four million acres of answers to any questions they"
of Jun. A. I> INS > / I: TO ( HKIHTOH Ii
eve a copy of your Abler Tt> ALL 1.t1Rt41t H IIAVINO the Florida Everglades for 25 may have concerning the G.
or defenses upon bl..r.. /NNet>
4'UALUH OR. liHMANUM A-
sky a.d Krol. Attorneys for UAl.trr: SAID WTATK cents an acre I. loan entitlement.Be .
PUJntlff. at their ofh.- at 111 You and each of you are hereby -
Miri lIt.-t. 1_,,_ tWach.FforKU. notified and required to Ale
<.. or before th. llth any claim and demand which
ds of JIt_. A. D IK, a* r.- you. or either of you. may havtaaalaet
awr 4 by the 1'I*rids Rules ofCivil MM estate In the offlcyf
Iror4tiro and herein fall Honorable T. K. McKNHJHT.
not or a default will be enteredt County Judge of Mailer (*ounty. .
nat you. at Mo omeo In tho CouftHouor comfort-cool hottest days with
roe irv further n tided that In Bunnell. FlorMa. withIn -
the IM_ of Court In which pit calendar month from the
sold Mitt IMM bn liMtltutod UtJw time of the Itm publication. of

cial> Clrvult Clreult Court of Florida., !W nJ':4: this notice mut be Bach In claim w Final or: an4coataln demand reverse-cycle electric air conditioning.Cozy .

Mr rtacWr County and that the
the of rerMenoo
title o( acid fortkru ault to a. heretn- and pool .....place. addrea of tho (Cozy n winter syDur extra tonue'')

rh.v. pet claimant and must he sworn toby .
notMUd that
afurther tho claimant. Ma agent *ranatney.
the nature of Mid .wK U a
or the Mine hall ho
o-H for dtvorco and restoration void

of (orator non.WITNK1usy First publication May t. 1Nt.
hand and .Mh tlMl
|i Mildred M lenders
at IMNMM-n. Ylager OMNMf.FtorMa. .
Mildred )I. Lenders
thin Itch J.)r of MayA
A. Blecutris of .Id .....
V). 1M0 Leland R Mhaw
OVIOMllK )l M(*H.Ta
P. O. Boa ItHBannell.
Clerk ofh.. Clrolt Florida. SMI
Court of F1.*i.r County. Attorney for BerutrliMax

Florid.Ey U-JJ-14) A June *-lie
Kathryn I* HnuiryIH
w4y Clerk "
ICHHI'IT 'T iL'HT I AUWMilVrtKr > LEGAL ADT VF.RTUE.tsrI

AND KHW Tin t lit("I IT f'4)l HT. a.:,.-
Attor>s fur llaMttHf H\TII JII4IL. 11114 I IT. 1 '
111 Main Mrwt tttii KOM 1'I.-IILER
Dayton Hrach. KUfM 4 I 11_. May :1-3. June .U tITIO-i >... .7A

ANN M RODMAN. :
LEGAL An"ERT"Mt PlalwtlfL
,1
VP.KENNETH. ,
|> C'01 \1""Itro'7* sot RT CHARLES NOOMAX.iMfeejdam.. 11. ; ,
"'1.14.1.Kit: 14)1 TTY. "1.uII. .
lilt 1% lnOHtTK *0. ton tnTHK 4IF .l ITTO

IN RK B.t.tf of KBJWtBTN "CHARLJ

LI J'HABL trrfRUAN. ASIA
Decea.ed.0TICR M Baot UaM Mfe tBarrrllle.
fork
New
:\ TO t IUIIITOHaAll Tots are hereby notMed that
credHom of oho ..tat. of an action for divorce baa been
RArHARL. WfRMAN. 4-.*dMO Med acalnet you and you are
hereby. nottnvd and rtsulrvdt required to serve copy of yoajrwritten
M* any claim or d.mai..4> def **e*. .I If any t* It
Whirls they mar have a'rl tMM on Mer* O* 4a ky and Krai.Attnraoy .
":Ute In the oAc th for Plaintiff whoooa
.MMrty juc. of FU.Wr County. ldra* I* 411 Main Utreot. ny-
nrft... !. the court kou" at tows Ranch. Florida, and (Ho
9ojM *IU Florida within M* cali the ortetaal with the Click of
>4r Month from tho data of the abortrtyWd court on or ftCtt
,
tfc flrpt pttWtea'loa of ,.... not before June II. IM. herwteea :
.... Bach dawn or demand ludrment may b>- c.--... aalat w'6
m iit M In wrHtaa and must you for the roMef d.. :
.tt. ta. plse. of r..M.n- and iaan"l '" the complaint or .*- / ate"w
.*ot>.... addr*>. of ,lie col.bt .....- tit....
1 a. t and neat sworn to byth \VTTNB4M my hand and cool
claimant ;* cent or M* of acid Court out May t. 1541.
attorney or It will breomo TMor44nr '. OMB M MOOHTA
:
.. to law. Clerk of said Court

Fisted II May 1M9l *. By Kathryn U BmeryA
iMputy 1rk
/ Margaret K Uartho.llAdmtol OoVINMvT AND KROI.
lr Ull of ,lie for PUtntiff
M. *r '"UBI.WAS. t:1.: Street
Dayton: 1tM b. Florida Compact twin.purpose REVERSE-CYCLE units switch from coolingto

First uMI atlon on May M.1HI .
4 time May It. $t H June I heating with fingertip control. This modern electric miracle is so

41*-May M. Juno i. IS. S*
LEGAL JIPTF.RTHCMi.3rT year-round right for Florida living.

\ vncK A-in rti.L or MKITT.t .
LEGAL ADYERTI11EtE. TIT | K ll>:*.. Uncomfortable humidity is banished. Dirt and pollen are filtered out
TIIK fulfil TOfRTFLA ..:R OF HOAMII OK at Fl:R1.Ha -
.L :R toi.TT. rtxntiit \ FUR HiMiti 1)RA110- Dusting is less frequent.Your home stays cleaner quieter. Your family ishN41hier
t../: UMTMICT.Notlc .
MIL 4CTIO Xo. .*.-A I. hereby given that a and happier as you say goodbye to hot weather fatigue and tension.
HOU/T T. OHRM and special meetlnr of tho owner
TACLINE OKUU. ht* wife of land situated the nimlr.1Dralnave
rialntlff. District In Flacler Summer and winter. ..what's your family's comfort worth?

B )W A RI CL) HIimiORP and County..d to bo Florida held In I* hertby the Fiaa-ler call Prices are now the lowest ever. Don't wait. See your appliance dealer 1or ]

ANN M. KIBTH1SOP. hi. ...If.. County Courthou. liunaell.F1crIda. .
Def.nd.wta.IORTAGE on the llth day of June. air conditioning contractor today.
rORErLn.U'E A. I I Ml at I o'clock P. M. for t
*rTUK: OK ., IT the purpao. of elertlntr ono member .(
TO: EDWARD MJTTHROP and of th* Board of 0upervlorfor y
ANN M. HIBTHftOPSill tbs term of three year and] ti.
Lynch to attend to each other ,...-.* THERE'S NO MATCH FOR
Oraalte I City. UUaoii pertamiar to th* .. ..'r'ct that
YOU ARK HBRHHT NOTIFIED may come ..fere the moetlnv.At Mh a donbreaicw h the past..G a to FLAWLESS ELECTRIC
that an action to feroctoa such election oath and] ...it's cheaper tool
a raortctce ont*, t.ltowiii. ... very M" of landn. th. said electric reverse-cyde atrcondhkxvng. ,
.e rib.A T III iriorClwnty D4trtrt shall be entitled to oa*
.tt::: ve<* In person or by prosy InwrHlan ?
duly cliaed orearls Hill s..1. 51551 11.1. 11 I
Lot 11. ; .
ed plat f ENAr. acre of land owned by him la .e1..M NeM1

at re rdd In Mid XMitrfet. Guardians may r.-
M page II, w"t preoent their ward. Ex.utrtad >
Flatter County. FUrMa.bo admlntatraUr may repro.sent .
has n filed against you and the ....,.* of deceased per







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FLAG DAY 1968 SNAKEARIUM OPENS AT BEACH S-THC> : FLA4US TWWWC TWMfcU IWffE S.1065

The' ..-.emr tells us that JR.Jn'- aM 1M h.,+MR
we seen will be observing TM espleiiM the
PLUS KAnT
nee ..,. I his >**r It ** ply ef pnssnn treated
Ml ftme 14. Bery U. S. dti- A eicniteeiit tie tore of .lumber fer patio decks, fencing .
asset .... be proud to look r M many cMmteel >ns.rvan epee the AMtrkWt leg as the for lumber is that their leave material comes! dose to the
peato.t Mtional symbol 4 the wood ether odsrltss. colorless ground or where weber ex-
ever tmfwted from any stand and peI.M.bie. poMIft' .is MWft" SouikarnPine
art It represents a nation Thus, the natural charm of .to extenstwly utiiteed
ferm d on the unprecedented the material to net diminished for these purposes became of
prtneiele that the power of in the process of creating' the ease wtth which H aeeepts
government' are' derived from immunity to Insect attack treatment.
the people. The U. & flag ex-
ate the tn4ivMttl and the

constttttUen guarantee that R FILL DIRT SHELL
preserve his freedom. It represent -
:* a people that have been
generous, heroic and creative Bulldozer-Dump Trucks-
k is the symbol of freedom
from political oppression' of BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY
opportunity to make a better ,
life to which the oppressed of DURRANCET.
all nations have turned with ".".

hope and been fulfilled AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO.
Flag Day is a good time to
II Flagler Beach-Tel. 4392471BARNES
back to bastes and reeog-
get Photo by Theo C Heln
else taht a tingling up your Bob Moody local naturalist "milk a Urge Eastern Diamond ""'-'-
spine when the stars and rattlesnake at Moody's Snakeariura at Flagler Beach.
stripes go by is one of the surest Moody gives reptile lectures and milking demonstrations on
signs that the vitality and weekends. SEA FOODOPEN
genius of this nation and its
rapacity to achieve great
things on the stage of historyis THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY

still very much with us. FROM S P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
Despite our mechanized, computerized
society, the fact remains THANK YOUfor
GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
that anything havingto
do with human endeavor
rests upon an Intangible qual Enjoy Delicious
ity of spirit In the Individual. Southern Fried ChickenWith
Some individuals have U In the fine vote the people of Flagler County

larger measure than others, gave me May 28 when I ran for delegate to the Homemade Biscuits and Honey
and the same is true of na
tions. Democratic Convention. Although our "No Preference All You Can Eat $1.50

The greatness of the United ticket did not win it was a real warm ex-
States 1s based on the spiritof perience. Homemade Clam Chowder
her people. Let us remember
in these complicated daysof
our history, there is much FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH
need for simple patriotism
deeply felt and dearly shown. Mrs. Harry Atkinson CHOICE T-BONE STEAKSSouth


of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1

VETERAN'S At Moultrie-Sign on right
AFFAIRS

Legislation enacted by Con.
press recently has liberalized
veterans' law to allow the
furnishing of invalid lifts,
theraputlc or rehabilitative devices .
and other medical
equipment or supplies for non-
service connected veterans "L II
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t who are in receipt' of Aid and ( : _-
Attendance benefits, reported
M. T. Dixon, of the Florida
Dept of Veterans Affairs.Mr. .

Dixon said veterans receiving *
aid and attendance
benefits under both the old
and new laws are eligible to
apply for such devices as artificial
limbs, crutches hear.
Ing aids and wheelchairs, and
I such supplies" as hearing aid Impola Convertible
t batteries, surgical cotton or
dressing among others and
I such equipment as adjustable
hospital beds or Invalid walk.

ers.It Chevrolet gives big
must be determined that you savings
use of the specific item in the
veteran's place of residence the
Is feasible and that a competent on big ticket items.
person is available to operate .
or use the item In the
best" interest of the patient V8
engines automatic
Veteran Service Officers are transmissions
power
prepared to assist veterans in ,

applying benefits. for these liberalized steering, power disc brakes and more.You .

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I' l 1 can go to most any automobile dealer these days To
help you pick and choose
and get savings on the little You before you buY. we ve
things. know, extra
trim. listed
ALFORD the
O. F. Bonus
Savings Plans
mirrors and such But your Chevrolet dealer is below. (Consider, for ...
giving ample, the 2-4 combination.
Begtsttred ) Simply make
savings the items your choice
you big
on -things you really wont. couple if with the Chevrolet
And it's on explosion' of savings! Right or O ev.N. you like and
now during 68
Real Estate Broker tarry on down to Chevrolet
Savings Expo/ time.. your dealer's for big Explo
BunnelL Florida savings. Yes do hurry. Nothing so good lasts forever.
...rww.r lams Savings Pious
T
1. Any CnevroM, Ch with 200-hp Turbo r".V8 fowirgKd,and"''hi....
WE MAKE 2. Any Chevrolet, C/iev.tfe with' 2SOAp Turbof*V5,Iows, ".and wtrt, wo .
OUR OWN PAINT 3. Any big Cnevrofrl with 250-hp fwrbe-fire VS.Turbo rVo-Moh and whit, wolfs
Buy Direct-SOT* -Why 4. Wow,and for Ine bat fcrne,big Mviinai on power aVicbreiei and power II
Fay Mere stwg when JOel bay OWl Cberol.f or Ch.wF1.with V.ertgitte.
GALLONSLATEX c r" S. 'uy any CMwoIeI o.a...."..V.two door a four door hardtop trtcd.l-
3 save on vinyl top,electric ck,wfceecweri and appearance r-d......., 6 8 !

Ul.rir.Ct.ri.. =tgsrj1. !!

2 Gallon S t8
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Outside White .
OIL BASE FOR WOOD .
f Yeomans Nationwide t J

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MMLE SCKOOCSTARTS' 7h ape M.eyensrslelMt STATE POM It R.flitle3'A6s.
CHURCH J"4 M tast... ,...
fVttC MTh HMO II.""
"thanks" far aH tWvtoKs Walter Jeah.ss a.eMe.t
HEWS Vas.... >11bis ..... ssnai.. praye.s, fore*. ttiM. Mr. and MIL )t B. JWlar Tw t-ay via Jet few* Cataefon. .
at theChare loaerett Afeih s V i learns and ertar r.ry spm!alsetts were ta Tuns* Friday thru Wtaesoita tor a kjt
will be WM ,taw 1* et 1. wdty ehts awrse.i Se... 4r as a Nag a ...... ....... with Mr. and M**. W..
14. Monday tiara ,.,...,. >frewi sikf III ........ of tie ...1. DsasswMit zx. D. J awss.Ales. .
Weekly Sermon 3011.06: a. ... Seth ........ IIaM IhattghtIniwses Sine. Qrertt-/e-. J.widns will be eeatttaa.
All children, klntgsetsa has mnwt mreh to MM. PMIsr to a ........ of breed as 1M hmse I"MlYDweawel
JteY. OttTer F. Taylor Paster then Math grade, awed ....... ... the :L tee. :
Russell Metfcod4t QHwefc to silent I aite want ta thank the
A FI5H STORY ....... and staff at keened
Most has hosed TO OBGANiiE Oer+eeM M.spileh fir thtir
fW'f'OItt" I II
.dffhl ....
about Jonah sad he whalP.
CEMETERY THANK YOU VOTERS
However the book Of Jonah Henry MtIwtk&
doe net mention a whale. ASSOCIATION
but the reference" to made to
a PMt Dftn. A problem IT! There will be a mM iag at
CARD OF THANKS
Bibtieal interpretation is tint the Ftaftar County Ceurtheus I deeply appreciate your vote
tea many people seek to And Thursday, June 13 at 8 p. m. We wish to express ow ttncefe -
the sensational I. and fall to to orf.Rtte an Espanoi. CMH- thanks to aH our friends and support. I shall do best to
see the moral connotsiten etery Assoctati and relatives fer the Sewers, my
which the sensational Illus Anyone who has old cemetery cords( tasks aRtS eater ads OC
trates. records or map .is askedto kindness in our time of sorrow justify the confidence shown me.
The importance of the book bring them to he meettag. .
of JonaH rests within God's
All
interested
concern for one hundred twenty persons are John Nancy and Daphne I shall strive
thousand soul estAnged urged- to attend. Rodlft'S.BINGO to keep an open
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from Him. Thia book is applicable
today in a very vital door and open mind.
way because our generationalso
becomes lost In the sen 8:00 P. M.
sational. It Is so easy to miss
the message of God's redemptive
FREE REFRESHMENTS
Thank
You
love as one focuses his
attention on distractions. TONIGHT (Thursday)
Today Cod Is still seekingthe
lost through His church. FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL
You and I in need of
are the
SPONSORED BY- JAMES O. CRAIG
salvation of God A Christian
must not only keep his eyes Disabled American VeteransJim
and ears open today but must
keep his heart attuned to God. Booe Chapter No. 86
God Is still concerned with
the lost. "And should not I
pity Ninevah. that great city
in which are more than a hundred .
and twenty thousand
persons who do not know
their right hand from their
left. Jonah 4:11.: CUT THIS OUT AND


HOSPITALEd IN SAVANNAH PUT IT IN YOUR TELEPHONE BOOK


Copeland was transferred .
from Bunnell Gt"nnallios. vII - .- -
pital to the Marine Hospital rI .iig
in Savannah Ca. last Fridayfor


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COllIN IN STYLE! I II I

For I Fashion's on the fairway .
with new golfing gear that
rivals the show back at the New
dubhoas. Rare Is the woman I I II
who'll venture out In that old
pair of slacks these days.She's
wearing one of the new culottes
I in a color risible several holes I Long Distance.I I
away. Many have coordinated .
gloves and scarf-and for tt.
very fashion-minded-match
lag golf bolls and tees l Even I Times I

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The cheapest time 2. Next cheapest: 3. Night rates are 4. Next cheapest:

c to call from 12 night rates apply also in effect on five from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

I midnight to 7 a.m. from 7 p.m. to 7 ajn. holidays: New Monday through I

every day on all calls dally plus all day Years,Independence, Friday. (Remember,

you dial direct. Saturday and all Labor, Thanksgiving even our fourth
I I
day Sunday. and Christmas. cheapest time to call

Is still one of

America' best I
I
@ Southern Bell *
footwear has finally turned bargains.)

tag fashionable strip"men with s colorful sportsocks"golf by I I II II
Hush Puppies Casuals. From
the maker there
same are new


that's lightweight"breathin'brush.d both water-repellent. They golf shoes feature pigskin"andsoilresistant. of a I II II I II II ,


kiltie flap,steel shank: construe

both lion Hush and Puppies flexible crepe shoes come sole.for in I I II

a variety of smart color com
bh ations.And speaking of IUther' I I II
.. con a long way
.
from tb baggy bermuda syn
drome. Now there are special
golf slacks in wrinkl.-fr.. I I
fabrics that hare handy compartments
for ..... SCOT and
golf toweL Matching Jackets
are mad with generous gussets I L '
for a free and easy swing - - - -
-an Important point to remember -
when buying any of the
new golf clcthisg.






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DAY 196 SNAKEAR1UM OPENS AT BEACH '-THE rLAattft TB* Vt(I: THfH*. JUNE t. 1.

The' eal.. ar ftetts us that *4 .M 1M eler.r.....

we seen will be observing PLUS BEAUTY 'TM eialaiM the growing
PIeC Bay. TM year' it fall popularity ef pressure-treated
.A June 14. aVery U. S. citizen A sicniieeAt feature of lumber for park deck, toning -
.M.M be provd to look a many chtmieal preservations and other use where the
uswft the American tag as the for lumber to that they leave material' come' efose to the
greatest national symbol P he wood surface odorless, colorless ground, or where weather exposure
ever" unfurled from" any stand- and patatafcte. is severe. Southern
.... It represents, a nation P'r Thus the natural charm of Pine to extensively! utilized
formed on the unprecedented the material Is not diminished for these purpose' because of
prifteiele that the power ofgovernment in the process of creating the ease with whets It aft'tIpMtl'HtlMftt.
are derived from immunity to insect attack .
U. S. flag ex-
the pt'OpIeThe .-...,
alb: the individual and the ,
coRstKutional guarantee that
FILL DIRTSHELLBulldozer
preserve his freedom. It represents
a people that have been ,
generous heroic, and creative. P. F -Dump Trucks-
U Is the symbol of freedom' '
from poHtleal oppression' of BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY
opportunity to make a better
We to whkh the oppressed of DURRANCET.
all nations have turned with

hope and been fulfilled. AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO.

, Flag Day i* a good time toad !, i Flagler Beach-Tel. 4392471V.'S
back to basks and recognize
Photo br Tho C H.ln
taht a tingling up your Bob Moody, local naturalist "milks" a large Eastern Dia 'S XV.XX V XS 'V. 'S. 'S S M'V ta
aplne when the stars and mond rattlesnake at Moody' Snakeariura at Flagler Beach.
stripes go by is one of the surest Moody gives reptile lectures and milking demonstrations on
signs that the vitality andgenius weekend BARNES SEA FOODOPEN
of this nation and Its
capacity to achieve great
things on the- stage of history THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY

Is still very much with us. FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
Despite our mechanized, computerized
society, the fact re THANK YOUfor
GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
mains that anything having
to do with human endeavor
Enjoy Delicious
rests upon an intangible qual
ity of spirit In the Individual. Southern Fried ChickenWith
Some individuals have It In the fine vote the people of Flagler County

larger measure than others gave me May 28 when I ran for delegate to the Homemade Biscuits and Honey
and the same Is true of nation
*. Democratic Convention. Although our "Mo Pref All You Can Eat $1.50

The greatness of the- United erence" ticket did not win it was a real warm ex
States is based on the spiritof perience. Homemade Clam Chowder
her people. Let us remember
in these complicated daysof
our history, there is much FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH
need for simple patriotism
deeply felt and clearly shown. Mrs. Harry Atkinson CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS


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

VETERAN'S At Moultrie-Sign on rihtChevrofet

AFFAIRS

_
Legislation enacted oy congress
recently has liberalized
veterans' law to allow the
furnishing. of invalid lift,
theraputlc or rehabilitative device .
and other medical
equipment or supplies for non-
service connected veterans
who are In receipt of Aid and
Attendance benefits, reported
M. T. Dixon of the Florida
Dopt. of Veterans Affairs.Mr. .

Dixon said veterans receiving
aid and attendance
benefits under both the old
and new laws are eligible to
apply for such devices as ar
tificial limbs, crutches, hear.
ing aids and wheelchairs, and
such supplies as hearing aid Impola CoflvtrtblsBs
batteries, surgical cotton or
dressing. among others and
such equipment as adjustable
hospital beds or invalid walk.

ers.It must be determined that gives you big savingson

use of the specific item in the
veteran's place of residence the ticket
U feasible and that a competent big items.
person is available to operate .
or use the item In the
ttcst interest of the patient V8
Veteran Service Officers are engines, automatic transmissions powersteering
prepared to assist veteran In ,
applying for these liberalized disc brakes and
benefits_ power more.You .
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I L can go to most any automobile dealer these days To
help you pick and choose before
O. F. ALFORD and get savings on the little things.You know, extra trim, listed the Bonus Savings flans below ( you bur, we've.
mirrors Consider ..
and such. But your Chevrolet dealer is giving ample, the4 combinotion..l
B.gtat.r.dReal you savings on the big items-things you reolly wanf. !. it with the Simply malt. your cfioiu
coup Chevrolet 01 0,.,.". lilte
And you and
it's on explosion 01 sowings! Right '
now d"ring 68
Estate BrokerBaaatll. Savings E.pla time. hurry on down to your Chevrolet dealers for big Explo
Florida savings. Yes do hurry Nothing 10 good lasts 100n.r.
..,
Snwt Soviitf* riant
,
1. Any CMwoJef or C.....ff.with 3X-l p r urbo-r"..Vt.t ow gf1de and.ftilewollL
VVE MAKE 2. Any CWoJrt or 0 Mffi.with 2SWp TM/.VJ row.rgI3 and.hirwwotlL
OUR OWN PAINTluy _. Any big C1wnoIef with 25lJ.hp rio-fire VI r.do? rdro-Mos c and t.ifwoatollL
Direct-SOTS-Why 4. Now,and for the 6rd lime,big savings Oft power dsc btcdft and pow., .
ray Wore u..ring wfIM yon buy 017 Chvrobr Of Ch .fl.with VI Mgine.
GALLONSLATEX s. I.W 0fI7 a..wo1ef 01 a..n.VI rwodaorou..doo.
l- '
3 Lter1.-t..sense.Gallons $5" *ar.on vinyl.....9k&i clod.wheel coven and app. anct ivda..t.FLAG 68 sav!



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: MIfeeL .,. Will' pussies ATTMtM WtXttMf ,...... .".HIft'
: CHURCH Mek. J tt. .... sad -. ,...
STARTSThe J1Mff M .. HMO M......
/ bees ....... liar MR 1M .... MN. Waite J..idss arShwrThaisiay
NEWS l I VscsrtM MMe ..... iss, eaMeis, ....... Ire rim. sad M... )t. R. Pullet via jet IPMA. mesa.n .
,1-\ at the beeadl )I.1lr.ii t ..we** aMtJktra .w. y -. were !. ,.... Friday thru ..... IMII 4 lOT mwttti A irtt hiRr.rasil
Church will be heM Jose M- ... *f III r I r. ., .... .., R.sdey aMrwdi.g a >lrs.d.g Mr. and IlL W.
14 Mny thru rrMty, .... ..... lit 1M ........... e* the .... D.rassasrlie -tt.rs D. _._
Weekly Sermon 9:"-llM: a. ... snit IIIIIIiIMM and .......t. ara.ite... MIL MtM will e .......
Rv. OUvr F. AU ehiidru. ., Id .u........ Ivines has matt me. to MIl. Pullet is a mssbn et .... as the ...... PDresses. -"
Taylor. Poster the asmatitUe. .
thin Iihtk tor.de. are w.4ese-
me.I
Banntll Methodist Church ed to>> attest also want to thank the
A I15H STORY deetees and ..." at Russell
Most everyone' .has .heard TO ORGANIZE General M.spital ..r theirwanderful
.....
bout Jonah and the whaJe.However .
the book of Jonah CEMETERY Henry Mhulka THANK YOU VOTERS
doe net mention a whale, ASSOCIATIONThere
but the reference Is made to
a great fish A problem in will be a reeling at
Biblical interpretation Is that the Ftagler County Courthouse CARD OF THANKS I deeply appreciate your vote
too many people' seek to find Thursday June 13 at 8 p. m. We wish to express our sincere .
the sensational, and fall toSf't" to OfJaalr.e an Espanola Cemetery thanks to aH our friends and support. I shall do best to
my
the moral Association.
connotation and relatives fer the flowers' ,
which the sensational illus An'OM'ho has old cemetery cards visit and other' sets of
trates.' records' or maps is asked kindness In our time of sec justify the confidence shown me.
The Importance of the book to bring them to the meeting. row.
of Jonah rests within God's All
concern thousand for one souls hundred estranged twenty to interested attend. persons areurlf'Cl John RodIftS.BINGO Nancy. and Daphne I shall strive to keep an open

from Him. This book is applicable
today In a very vital door and open mind.
way because our generationalso t
becomes lost in the sen' 8:00 P. M.
sational. It is so easy to miss
the message of God's redemptive .
love as Qne focuses his FREE REFRESHMENTS Thank You
attention on distractions. TONIGHT (Thursday)
Today God is still seekingthe
lost through His church. FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL
You and I are- In need' of the
salvation of Cod. A Christian -SPONSORED BY- JAMES O. CRAIG

must not only keep his eyes Disabled American VeteransJim
and ears open today but must
keep his heart attuned to God Boo Chapter No. 86 i
Cod Is still concerned with
the lost "And should not I -
pity Nlnevah that great city
in which are- more-than a hundred
and twenty thousandpersons
who do not know
their right hand from their
left. Jonah 4:11.: CUT THIS OUT AND


HOSPITAL IN SAVANNAH PUT IT IN YOUR TELEPHONE BOOKr


Ed Copeland was transferred
from Bunnell Cf'nmlll08' t- - -
in pital Savannah to the Marine Ga. last Hospital Fridayfor I Is I II II II II Il Il Il Il Il

medical treatment

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COL/INC( M JTTU! I I II
For.I Fashion's on the fair.
way with new golfing gear that
rivals the show back at thec1ubhou.a. New
.. Bar is the woman I I II
wboll venture out in that old
pair of slacks these days.She's
wtaring one of the Dew culottes
In away.a color Many visible bar several coordinated holes I Long Distance I II

glove and scarf-and for the
very fahion-mindd-matching
golf balls and tees I Even I Times I

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The cheapest time 2. Next cheapest 3. Night rates are 4. Next cheapest:

to calls from 12 night rates apply also in effect on five from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

I midnight to 7 a.m. from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. holidays: New Monday through I

every day on all calls daily plus all day Yean,Independence, Friday. (Remember,

you dial direct. Saturday and all Labor, Thanksgiving even our fourth
I I
day Sunday. and Christmas. cheapest time to call

Is still one of

I America's best I
@ Southern Bell
footwear has finally turned bargains.)
fashionable with colorful"golf-
Ing strip"men's sportsocxs by
l -I
Hush Puppies Casuals. From
the same maker there are new

that's lightweight"breathinbrushed both water-repellent golf shoes pigskin'and of l I.L I I.

soi-resiatant. They feature akilu.
.flap steel shank construe II
lion and flexible crepe sol*. l II I
Hush Puppies golf shoes for
both women and men com in II
a variety of smart color com-

binations.from- the And baggy com speaking bermuda a long of way menthey've syn l I II

drome. Now there are special
golf slacks In wrlnkle-fre l I
fabrics that have handy compartments -
for tees SCOT and
golf toweL Matching Jackets
are nod with generous gussets
for a free and easy siring _ _ .
-an important to -
point remember -
when buying coy of the
sew golf clothing.






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About Ou.rServicemen MUIft IN Ala raliNcYlei.r In the second game Mo.Ike .- I 'THC PLA4KJHI .,..WIlE 'I' HI.. JVffE I. HMR1OM
Nail ........ Ire the n.tkr IhareasMae:
'Ut Air Puree awl kmwsTussiay won the ......... 1010111 PSOt14N4U I
June 13 to report. title ay defeating the Method I JIATtOM II I Ii II
Alms Carl P. ruptocher Itt ..... MM 257. Ocil W at- I i
Jr. of Bwuiell has completed Me to the son of Mr. aM break pitched a lice gaa MOtfBAY. JVffC M i I
baste twining at Amarillo MM. Viler Hall Jr. flit idles- HilinfUn the Mot a dint Students planning t. attend
Aft Texas. He is now assigned ... Vkaw .to a 1M padtasMs Mm an the way. Jimmy CMe- the Bunnril luimaju school
as an automotive repair- .f jfcnyili HimSOFTBALL ....I and semi greed the winners with recreation program will ret
sons with a unit of the Air ils .nlT 111.I at leas Thrift- tMIIe ...... later Monday. Jute 10 at the
PIMP CMununkttttem Senr- ..y. The' second hall start school' gjf innaatiMn tram 8 a.
lie at Tinker API, Okla. Tuesday Airman Brupbacher .to aMdeate tte'trtbees urge the pukte tit The summer peat**** will
of OMri tte Highathnul. attend their. gfaVIV avAiav hai a*. A good be under the direction oC Mrs
Punta G< He to spending. ten day spc+ctatoa and .....$....... Jack Hardin and fee Kirk-
lave Here with his ........ fW the culturally mindtd land.
Mr. and Mis. Carlo aVusfeacher. residents, a Shakespearean The MJC weeks pregtam bt'.
(- -) poNy Ie presented fttoflltRUytM gins June 16. AetMHes in
We Randall Morris leaves f.veelte OM being a "(181II1. Nude girls and boys sports.
Friday h* Ft. Sill. Okla. where e4y of errors'. arts and crafts and .......tks.A Surf Fishing
he wHl enter Officer Candidate V
Fishing along the surf has
School. Pfc Mettle hat TEAM STANDINGS ITCHING LINE
been very poor.
been spending ten days leaveIn
Bunneil with his parent, l I-Plafffer Insurance Agency. By AI Zamfea. Dings Fish Camp
Walter and Laura Morris.o .
<- -) Mf'thMiet MfoM Club Flagler Bach Pier Fishing in the canal .has
VIETNAM been off but a few trout are
HOME FROM
3-Walhworth Lumber Ce. Fishing here as well. as ether In. Catches
being brought are
Sft Tammy Robertson. USA 4-MHts Thriftway. piers has been slow. Cateh- made using live shrimp.
r Force, Is expected to arrive es of whiting baaAd
In Bunneil next week tospend LEAGUE TOP FIVE BATTERS flounder were reported. One Jock Ganuags Fish Camp
thirty daya leave with GAME RESULTSBy King was hooked' last week
Mt parent, Mr. and Mr* 1-Lamar Jones (Wads. but was lost Fishing has been fair in
Mark Hannah. ( Buddy Taylor) worth) LEA2Arthur the canal I near the Crescent
Sgt Robertson Is returning Wadswerth defeated Melts McDaniel (Methodist The large sea turtle that Beach bridge. Catches of bass
from Vietnam where he recently in a dose game Monday ) LEA3Murray has taken-up residence by the and trout-two trout weighing .
completed his second night 86. Pitchers David Smith (Fl-a flier pier to still there. 8 Ibs. and 15 ot and 8
tour of duty. \V keman (Meats and Rob Ins. Agency) .545. Morlntlond Pier Itos. 6 oc. were landed.
He has been assigned to ert Smith (Wadsworthl) pitched 4-Buddy Taylor (Methodist Ds-Tils Elbow Fish Camp
PatrickAir Force Base at Co- good ball. Darrell Britt led ) 5M.5Henry. Small catches of whiting
coa. the winners with a triple and Panas (Melts) and flounder are befog Fishing in this area has
(.o.) a single. .476. caught using shrimp for bait.Seethelight been good. Catches of bass
A ou nd er. t rou t w ith one tl.lt._
erman bringing in 14 bass
averaging 6 Ibs each.

Matonzos Inlet

Fishing at the Inlet has
been good. Catches of bass
and flounder caught near the
banks.

SPORTS LETTERS

Varsity and Jayvee sports
.
Specials letters have arrived and may
be picked up at the school of.
lIce according to Coach Jack
Hall. The awards did not arrive
In time to be
Save now in Ford Country. Special low school Hall said.presentedat


sale prices. Big trade-in. Easy terms. SENATOR HOLLAND


Come save big on our biggest sellers! Included are strong quiet SAYS-

Fords! Most popular Mustangs! Sporty "Resurrection City" a sorryspectacleThe

Torino-inspired Fairlanes! Even some so called "Res.
urrection City" is presently a
specially equipped models! sad and sorry spectacle. The

#-. shantytown adjacent to the
capital's park like LIncoU

J You'll have.to Memorial was created through
high-ranking federal officials'lack
:: S see our pnces of courage to enforce law
and is a monument to the
to believe them.
policy of appeasement whichis
wreaking havoc in many
parts of the nation. Several
.' urnn'9 Hardto days of continuous rain this
week have created a hog wallow
for the transient
setting
J You'll have to community. With the unsea
sonably cold rain has undoubtedly
see our prices come physical discomfort
,r and discouragement
to believe them
c particularly to the older people
.wq I have much sympathyfor
these people and for the
women and young children
who have been brought into
Id an alien disorganized environment
through hopes which are
not realistic. I feel that these'
r
people are being terribly exploited
by a handful of so-
called leaders who will be the
only ones to receive the profits .
If any. of the march. To
\ date, the disturbances have
/ ..
\ / been minor: however if the
militants prevail there might
well be tragic events which
) Caa4.r: O ZOocrows in the long run will be costlyto

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HASTINGS MATTRESS
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
710-12 Lemon St.

Palatka, Florida
Phone EA 5-9166
Furnihut Upholtariag
Repaired & Refinished

-4 Mattresses & Box Springs
Nods to Order. Also Rcaervtsd
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