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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 13, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 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
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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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CALENDAR OF VISITORS WELCOMEDCommissioner


EVENTS Cable* T V Approvedfor

Thursday Jan I) .

DAV Bingo Game 8 p. m at

Flatter Beach Municipal HalL BunnellThe

Friday. I... U .

FLAG DAY.

Sunday. June 11. City Commission of The Mleanepy Cable TV

FATHERS DAY. Bunnell unanimously approved Company wIN be required to

Monday. Jan 17 an ordinance permittingcable post a S1400 bond to guaran

The Bunnell City Commls- +w L TV to be Installed in tee proper service under their

ten meets at 7:30 p. in.American the City of BunnelL A city contract. It is anticipated service

Legion Ton 115 commissioner stated that it will be available In about

meets at 8 p. m. at the Bun. would take approximatelythree six months.

hell Civic Center. months to get approvalof
The cost to customers or
T eecSar. Jan II federal' regulating agencies.
users of this service will be
FAAM Lodge No. 300 meets .
$10 for installation plus $1
at 8 p. m. In the Masonic Most of the lines for cable
for each additional unit at
Hall, Bunnell. TV will be placed under
tached. The fee will
monthly
Senior Citizens Club meets ground. However, there. wHl
be $5 a month for the first
at 6 p. m. In the Flagler not be any tearing up of pavement .
unit and $1 for each additional
Beach Municipal HaH. or digging up lawns to
unit. These rates are
guaranteed
Boy Scout Troop 499 meet Shelton Barber welcomes Mr. and Mrs. G. W Install the lines.
for three after
ing. Bunnell. Orlando at the Legion Society Installation Saturday at A tower will be Installedat which there can be years an adjust
Wdn.*day. Jon IS .. the of the operating
the Bunnell Civic Center Mr. Bunnell 1s a relative of the founder expense ment made according to
Boy Scout Troop 473 regular to ultimately
of the Qty of Bunn.ILCAMPBELL company standard cost-of-living index.
meeting. provide 20 UHF and VHF

BIG FOURTH channels. A minimum of five The Qty of Bunnell will receive *

CTA ELECTS channels will be made avail a 3 per cent franchisefee

ADDRESSES PLANNED AT able immediately upon as on gross revenues for the

OmCERSMrs. sumption of service. first 1199 outlets. After that
LIONS CLUB FLAGLER BEACH
the franchise will I Increase to
All major networks IncludIng
Lambert N. Camp.
Wanda Mercer Corporal
was reelected .
Plans are being made by four percent and then five per.cent
NBC. CBS and ABC will
f bell of Florida Highway Patrol
president 0 Flagler
the Qty of Flagler Beach and be available In designated on 1500 or more outlets.
County Classroom Teachers was guest speaker at
Association at a meeting last Bunnell Lions Club Tuesday the Youth Action dub YAC channels. Other channels will The city retains the right

Wednesday.Other noon. He ls In charge of the for a big celebration on Thurs be added from time to time. to purchase at the expirationof

officers elected to motor vehicle Inspection stations day July 4th at Flight Beach.: FM radio channel will be the franchise. The franchise
The YAC Is sponsoring sev available is effective for 30 years.
the 1968-69 In this area.
serve year were
activities in the afternoonto
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Jack Hall, first vice president; Campbell was complimentary
Include a Frog Jumping FLAGLER HOSTS
Benjamin Broxton second of Flagler County for BEACH HIRES
Contest and Show.
a Dog
vice president; Mrs. Beady having their station open on STATE CAT'T'LECONVENTION
Marsha Johnston Is In charge
Balsden. secretary; Theo C. schedule and having trained of NEW POLICE CHIEF

Hein, corresponding secretary; personnel to operate the sta arrangements.At 6 m. a colorful Miss Flagler County Cattlemen's James R. Brown Palatka.

and Mrs. Lois Hlgglnbotham, tion. lie outlined the application Flagler p.County Beauty Contest Assn, Inc. In cooperation with was hired as Police Chief of
treasurer.The of tte. law pto Inspect .
will be 1lta1"d.'Ji'rs.1Cf'fteCUfJle'e Volusla County Cattlemen'sAsia Flagler Beach upon the resignation
group will adjourn for Ing lights, brakes and other MidYear .
and Mrs. Bernie Wilson Is co-hosting the of R. R. Isemlnger.
the summer months and resume motor vehicle equipment are co-chairmen of this State Convention In Daytona Brown has had 216 hours of

their meetings In Sep. President P. A. Cdmonson event The contest will beheld Beach this week. police training and several

tember.TO reported on the Ladies In Night In City Park with girls Headquarters at the Day to* years experience on a police

and Installation held Daytona being presented In both evening na Plaza lintel the Convention force. He began his new dutieson
statedthere
PRESENT PLAT last week. He
and bathing starts Wednesday mornIng June 8th.1wmlnl.r.
gowns
The BUS dramatics group were 51 present. The suits. and continues through resigned to accept
will present "Summer Safari" new president, Don Jordan,
Friday noon. a position as Deputy
Girls from 16 through
at 2 p. m. Friday afternoon at while already Installed, will ages An outstanding array of na Sheriff In the Flagler County
the school under the directionof not actually take office until 20 are eligible to participateIn tional and state speakers will Sheriffs Department

Mrs. Laura Morris. July 1stAUTO the contest Business places highlight the three day pro. Mayor Herbert Fuller submitted .
In Flagler Beach and Bunnell
gram. Besides participation a veto message of a recent
TAGS will be asked to contestants
RAT MERCER sponsor by local Association officers action of the Commission
In order to defray
ELECTED DISTRICT ON SALE others on the program include granting a five year temporary
some of the cost of the contest -
The Flagler County Tax David Daniel and Donna permit to Lester Sheelerto
LAY LEADERAt The contestants will furn
Collectors office will remain Stefllk who will perform with erect a repair shop on his
ish their suits.
bathing
the FN Ida Annual Conference open Saturday June 15 from own accordians Thursday night property In Block 36 of Fu-
The of Flagler Beach
of the Methodist 8 a. m. until 4:30 p. m. for fireworks City display at nightfall during the banquet Expected quay Subdivision. Mayor Fuller

Church Ray Mercer Bunnell sale of automobile license attendance: will be about 650. stated that the action was
with Commissioner
was elected Deland District tags according to Tax Collector George Rev. Reynold Hoover Pastor of In violation or the ordinance
Wlckline In
Lay Leader. Mercer is also a Dale B. Brown. charge. Flagler Beach Methodist\ which permits only a one
Following the fireworks
member of the Conference Church will deliver the Invo year temporary permit. The
be dance
there will street
Board of Laity, and Presidentof SCHOOL LIBRARY a cation. Commission unanimously sustained .
with a dance band being
the District Board of the SUMMER HOURS provided On Thursday afternoon the the veto.

Laity. He was also continuedas Bunnell High School Librarian Commission.YAC by Flagler. Beach City group will have a choice of The regularly scheduled

a member of the Conference Mrs. Mary Broadaway touring Marineland\ or Daytona Commission meeting for July

Commission of Town and announced the library will CLUB 'LAMSS'ACHETtI International Speedway. 4th was changed to Tuesday

Country Work. be open. to the students and Wives of local cattlemenwill July 2nd.
DINNER
public June 10-July 19. assist with registration The city attorney was directed .
The library hours will be The Youth Action Club will for the convention under the to Investigate and prepare .

8 a. m.-12 noon and 1.3 p. m. sponsor a spaghetti dinner leadership of Miss Emily an ordinance for obtain.

each day Monday thru Thurs. Sunday June 16 from 4-8 p. Gage. ing the services of Micanopy

M day. 8 a. m. until 12 noon m. at the Flagler Beach Municipal \ Local. Association president Cable TV. The company has

Fridays; and Tuesday evenings Hall.Proceeds Lyman Gage and secretaryDon advised the City of Flagler

7-9 p. m. from the benefit Jordan have served with Beach that TV cable can be

dinner will be used for youth Volusla Cattlemen as chair provided to all houses be

LODGE AND STAR activities.I men of the convention. tween South 23rd Street and

TO HOLD SUPPER North 14th Street on both

PRESENTATIONSA sides of the waterway.The .
.u S.Mai Pier Committee was authorized .
joint announcement was to have repairs madeto

made by Worthy Matron Carolyn the pier restaurant It was

Scott and Worshipful reported that there were some

Master George English of the leaks In the roof and that the

Eastern Star Chapter and electric wiring was In need of

Bunnell Lodge for a Joint sup. repair.A .
per party at Bunnell Civic
Center on Friday<< June 21st. .i. : 525 advertisement was
all authorized In the Bunnell
The supper Is open to
+ .
1 s d High School football pro.
members and their guests.
The Deland District Includes Food will be prepared by the 1ALw11Rh 0 J: + grams for 1968.TIDE .

forty-one churches In ah area committee.' i3iIR = s

which extends from St. Augustine Highlighting the eveningwill : TABLE

to Sanford. It will be be presentation of fifty Tides For Jane 13.1)

his responsibility to coordinate year membership pins to the a
and help carry out the following: O. F. Alford and T. '1 y 1 1r High Low

lay program of the church. E. Holden of Bunnell Lodge +D Day AJH. P.M. AAL P.1L

Next to the Conference Lay 200 and T. E. Ilolden Mrs, 13 10:18 10:42 4:00 4116

Leader the District Lay Lead Ethel Holden aM.')Irs. fen 14 11:12 11:36 4:54 5:00

ers are the leading lay members Elsenbach of Bunnell Chapter 15 12:00 11:59 5:54 6:06
Flagler County's recently completed motor vehicle inspection
of the Annual Conference of Order of Eastern Star. 16 12:30 1OG 6:48 7: $
lane Is located at the County stockade, West Moody Blvd.
and charged with the Reservations should be 17 1:24 2:06 7:42 8:12
authority to promulgate the made to Henry N. Scott. P O. BunnelL Vehicles bearing license plate which end with the num. 18 2:18 3:00 8:36 9:12

lay work of the churches Box 134, BunnelL ber 4 or 5 must be inspected during the month of June. 19 3:12 3:54 9:30 10:12






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EDITORIAL .

I I SCHOOL IS OUTGra4vtfen -"

k over rewords are competed, report eards are U. S. D. A. Choice
mailed and teaeher have been dismissed fer this school term.
School is out!
lb. 49
In a closing address to the faeuKy Thursday afternoon
Supervising Principal Kenneth P. Herring asked some questionsof
the teachers for them to think about In ev.kYftr work
this year as well as planning their work fee next year. S. D. A. Choice

We thought it might be well fer our readers to really know *
what our better teachers are striving to do. These are some of Ib. 59
the questions Mr. Herring asked our teachers:

What outstanding contribution have you made this year
for the educational betterment for the youth of Flagler County?
Have you lived an example this school year? Choice JuicyALL

Have you gone out of your way wanting nothing ifi return
to help a fellow teacher this year? MEAT STEW Ib. 69'

Have you done the best you could with every student you
have had this year? If not, why?

Did every child "learn" under you this year? Was there a

personality conflict? If so, why? What are you going to do aboutit Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB ZUBER'S "PURE PORK"
next year?

Can you truthfully and honestly say you tried your best, SMOKED BACON SMOKED SAUSAGE
using different resources and materials to reach In some way
every problem child? lb.
49e
lb.
Did you keep problems with students at school and among 590
SLICED FREE
our faculty family?

Did you keep problems with teachers at school and among Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (6-8 lb. A.,.) SLICED FREE
our faculty family?

When have you stopped and taken a real honest look at

yourself and asked yourself, do I really love children do I really PICNICS lb. 39

love be doing to motivate? minds, am I worthy of what I am supposed to

When was the last time you told your fellow teachers how
much you appreciate them? Lunchroom workers, custodian bus
driver a maid? Do you wait until they are ready to leave or
pass on then use some flowery adjectives I G. C'a "OWN" PORK ROAST lb. 98 *' I
Does your role as a teacher end at your classroom door? BAR.B.QUED
Have you ever prayed to God that you had the knowledgeand
wisdom to help anyone needing it in Flagler County Also

prayed that you had the strength and courage to use your talents Heinz (Limit 5 Please) 1 Ib. Can
to help others less fortunate? Gold Medal I (Plain or S. R.)
PORK Each
The teacher who takes these things seriously is a much AND BEANS tOe
valued member of our community.Mr. FLOUR
Double Luck Limit 3 Please No. 303 Can
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is
) Herring leaving to accept a position in the Lake
County school system at a much better salary. We have en Each
BEANS 100 5 390
Joyed' our contacts with him this year. We wish him every success GREEN Bag
in his new assignment.
Kraft Quart Jar Limit I with $5.00 or more food order
John A. Clegg
MAYONNAISE *- 590

Thomas Flyer.Winners .

Too Late will be decided on Kraft 7Vi oz. Pkg. SUN SPUN
a point system involving reliability Macaroni For
and age of car. They do Cheese DINNER 2: 390
To Classify will receive prize, including OLEO
one from the New York Timesas MyT'Fine (Ass't. Flavors) 3J,4 oz. Pkg.
.T BosssU Car in 1906 at a San Francisco
INSTANT Ea.
Hilton dinner concluding the PUDDING 10" Ibl. 0
Millard W. Newman. Tampa run on July 13. 2 (in Qtn.) 29
cigar manufacturer will Stops over night or longer
lead a parade of old cars will be made at Albany June Limit 2 with food order
DIXIE CRYSTAL
built in 1914 or before, on a 16 Syracuse June 17 Buffalo please
coast to coast run ending in June 18, Cleveland June 19,
San Francisco, commemorating Chicago June 22 Des Moines SUGAR
the 60th anniversary of June 2J,Omaha June 25 Hastings FROZEN FOODS -
the 1906 New York to Paris Nebr. June 26, Denver
automobile race, longest ever June 29. Salt Lake City July 5 ; 39c Mrs. Paul's 9 oz. Pkg.
st a It'd. 4 and Reno July 9. All contestants l
The event represents years will be members of FISH STICKS Each
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 390
of Florida old
planning by the Veterans Motor Car Club
car enthusiasts. At one timeit the Antique Auto Club or the
was planned to actuallycover Horseless Carriage Club of Frosty Acres "SLICED" 10 oz. Pk,.
the complete 1906 run America. FRESH PRODUCE STRAW BERRIES Each
which was won by George While super highways and :25e
Schuster in a Buffalo-made throughways of high speed Golden Ripe
Thomas flyer via Japan and traffic will be avoided the lk-
Siberia to Europe but permission route will follow as closely as BANANASTender 100
from the Soviet Union possible the original route of
could not be obtained so it the 1908 race, so vividly described FreshBUCKEYE BONUS
was decided to cover only the In the Schuster's book,
U. S. part of the route. "The Longest Auto Race. PEAS 2 'Ib. Z9c
The event is scheduled to Other Floridians who may Giant Size
start the morning of June 15 enter the event include G. P. Fancy Georgia (with towel) 4gePEACHES
from New York where George (Dick) 1I0Vt'). Dunedin in a
Schuster will be on hand to 1914 Flat Sidney Strong. Silver 2 ''bk 450 Limit 1 with 5.00 or food
more order
start the contestants off and Springs, in a 1914 Fierce I
wish them the best of luck. Arrow and James P. Thomas
Each of the ancient car Miami in a 1911 White.
drivers entered In the event Other makes of ancient cars
will be presented with a expected to participate are a
copy of a new edition of The 1900 Simplex. 1911 Chalmers.
Longest Auto Race"' writtenby 1911 Marmon. 1912 Packard
George Schuster with the 1912 Buick 1908 Mercedes
help of Tom Mahoney as an 1911 Ford. 1913 Overland 1914
expansion of the Reader's Di.gest American La France Roadster FOOD RODGERS{ STORE
first person article, 1911 Rolls Royce. 1912 Hupmo- VIII I it
"Around the World, Almost in bile 1913 Hudson and 1912 I
its Days." Isotta FraschlnL 'Mil II II
Another Floridian enteredin The American Automobile II
the event is Morris P. Frostof Association will provide tow I
Avon Park who will drivea service and Gulf Oil Corporation OPEN SUNDAYS I Phone 437-3227
1910 White Steamer, all is furnishing gas and 8100 a-mv--ItOO p.m. I U.S. No. 1 EUNNELL
others will be gasoline powered. oil It ought! to be a thrilling
Newman will drive his event Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good June 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, 1968







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A LETTER TO 3-THE FLAQLEB THHOTIE THVBf. JUNE 1* IMf
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THE SENIORSTO BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS

THE 1868 OUADUATWG' !


HIGH LAM SCHOOL BUNK1LL 'f 7q i


Let me ...... to ..* e* :
you" the wtrwt eowpMsdadsus
of a 1wSwer ...... who lit

aphk.JlfIRflRt..haees )'WI' MiMe atath

You have 1M a fotmeattonfor
useful aM SattefytHC I-
Before you pet on wttti the
work. 1 would like to offer a
few thoughts that you may
find useful.
The passion to exceed, to
achieve great thing, Is
strongest' In )'9IHh. Heed It.
Do net squander your lives '
In petty pursuits. Cemmkyourselves :
; .
now to a course : -
that will strengthen you for ,
the trials and opportunities I .
of life. ( ( ,

Prize your Individuality al
ways. Whatever your place In i ( ;

society, whatever your work
do not surrender your self.reliance p. t _
or compromise your independence aC Y a
+ N
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Liberty .is and always
will be your most precious
possession. Guard it well.

Direct your energies yourtalents
and your desires to
what is best for yourselves
and best for your country. We
look to you to redeem what" is
wrong in our national past
and to build what" will be
great in our national future. ARMY ENGINEERS SET emergency actions must betaken Florida has 43 dally newspapers About half of America's bituminous
by the Army Engineers 150 weeklies 180 am coal miners suffer
Let this be your wish: that I
you may look back upon this HURRICANE SEASON during tropical storms. and 18 fm radio stations, and from the dust disease, pneu-
graduation-from no matter TRAINING SESSION "We want to make certain 25 television stations. moconlosis.
how that every man knows exact
many years hence-with
the conviction that you have Army Engineers In ClewU ly where to go and what he
treated' all men with honestyand ton went on an aU-day alert is responsible for doing In anal
Tuesday, June In a training hurricane situation,"
goodwill, that you have
session for the 1968 hurricane Wlesenfeld said. EVERYONE INVITEDTO
put your heart Into your work,
that you have done your best. season. Since equipment will not
Charles M Wlesenfeld. Area be moved in the one-day
Lyndon B. Johnson. Engineer' for the giant Central training session, some of the
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and Southern Florida actions will be a paper exercise
Rookie of Tfco Year Flood Control Project, said all Wlesenfeld said Team
members of his staff have members, however, will be
been organized Into teams and given problems based' on conditions A FREE CHICKEN BARBECUE
will, participate in the one which would actually
day exercises. Some of the exist In a real storm and they
v actions will be simulated, but will work out the problems on
r teams will actually be sent paper. ATBimini
the Lake Okrechobee' hurricane
to The hurricane season extends
M gates and to check canals from June- 1 throughthe
culverts and pumping end of November.MOTORCTCLISTS .
stations just as they do during Bar

{ a real emergency
Emergency two-way radio MUST
communications will be
checked' Just as they would HAVE PROTECTIVE GEAR SUNDAY JUNE 16
In a hurricane situation.
The Florida Highway Pa
Hurricanes of and 1928awept
IVA
Lake Okeechobee trol today announced it is 2 P. M. UNTIL
acrous -
stepping up enforcement of
and drowned' more than .
the state law requiring motorcyclists
2,. 00 people, when, the dikes to wear helmets Farewell to Lou McCabe and to Welcome new
Young Tom Saver of the New failed.
York Mets was named Rookie and eye protection. Owner, Jack Petit
Since that time the U. S.
,
of the Year for the National Since the passage of the
Corps of Engineers and the law In 1967 and the adoptionof
and it's obvious
League pretty State of Florida have constructed specifications for the protective
he's one pitcher who really massive dikes aroundthe equipment, the Patrol -
knows his cur. c.. Shapely lake, built pumping stations has allowed an educational
Sunken Gardens Model Linda and canals which have period for cyclists. Bring Dad-Music
Lovett from St. Petersburg. tamed' the 730-square mile Colonel II N. Kirkman. DIrector
Honda, thinks she has a good lake. People now live In the of the Department of
rune,but Tom is showing her shadows' of the huge levees Public Safety said "We feel .
the finer points of the pitch. without fear of danger but In that the educational period
order to keep it safe, certain has been long enough to allow
motorcycle riders to learn BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
about and to comply with the
law, and arrests are now nee 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

essary for viola tors." BUNNELL, FLORIDA
The law requires all persons .
after
: << f you see riding on motorcycles or FREE ESTIMATESBAR
motor driven cycles to
your doctor. crash helmet and protective weara FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS
safety masks glasses or protective
( bring your safety goggles whichare LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

approved by the Depart. Office Credenzas and
Adjustable
Shelving
ment of Public Safety.O. .
=: BATHROOM VANITIES -BREAKFAST BARS
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L'-, F. ALFORD Laminated FINE Plastic HARDWOODSMost Upholstery Fronts

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orders tilled within IS workday days. Now Serving
Professional BWg. Real Estate Broker all areas la 75 mil rod. of BoaaelL

: !.-.: Bwuae11. Florida I CALL COLLECT Day 437-3S13 Right 439-2S79

IT EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED

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; = $10.00 Reading-$1.00 With This Coupon! OUR OWN PAINT

:t! MADAME FAITH it; Boy Direct Fay-More SOTS Why Flagler County Insurance

:tt t; PALMIST READER & ADVISOR t 2t ; /| GALLONS $ 73
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;t. Each Reading PrIme and Confidential ;t 1. LATEX 5 Agency Inc.
;t; Madam Faith can help you with your -t tI ; ..........-=-...... ,

-I- problems Marria?*. Lor. Sldmess. = Gallons S N
: ;tt t- Z!! All Forms of Insurance
.t Money. Evil Inflaeaees. Calls your friends t 2 Outside White ;,

:}t 2 and enemies by oama. Everyone wtlcom*. Bring your t13 I OIL BASE FOX WOOD 305 East Moody BI.d.a- Phone 437-3171
to her today and be rid .f them tomorrow. ; ;
;4>:3200 REID ST. (Corner .f Palm AT*. & Highway *wrcdotko. ) a; Yeomans Nationwide

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4-THE FLAGLXR TMIOWE TMVM. JUNE II. I9M
SHEPHARD W4DSWORTHNUPTIALS BMBAL SNOWEBm0lEll.iltitNTs HOSPITAL NOTES

.w.irnr;;). L.artrll a.-.It,

waned.; its Oockrrtl. ....
The marriage of Mtas Penelope ftiK MWf80 Mil; AUeen liardlag. St.
Can Wadswwth to Kenton Park Rwtli Nwitar.Buniwir
Miss OaHmatttaeje )I..... wMM Johns ; .
Albert ltn*..i* will besotemnteM Jarws

L OC LS at twos e/c**. Saturday to Dam Nansss Brrswell; Ruth W....NeKI-Iilt'.... BunMil -,

.......... June IS. at was an vmt et J-vne 7, wstuuifill3iiiim : Virginia "......,. Flag
the BttMwII First BBS*)* o at a bridal
lee Beech; Marie IWaUlfer.Ptefflyvr ,
v ntifcn.' The Mev. tUaehe sMw rt leer Wera.eday at tM
et Mrs. Lee BtMtnt. 901 Beach: Rht Mtltor.
Anovfs will perform' the ....- name
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LEGION SOCIETY OFFICERS INSTALLED mony. S. Dayton* Ave.. ......, Flag' er Beach; William Whetstone .
affr FlaIl<< Beach; Jasper
Following the CW* fM0Ar a Becfc. CmkoMHttt for die
.... : .t .d" reception will be nM In the were Mi*. Bourne's White. Flagler. } Beach.

1.... "f"J;,. .,. .. '. a.;PlI church reception halt ..tof*. Kathy and Anne. DISMISSED: Gladys Baa*.
No invitations ae be+ The brMol moth was wed .
-,'iJE.LU ) ng John Smith. Hajei .tteHr.1orI .
sent All friend and relative in the attractive decorationsa Ne Hel ter. Dan Cody,
of the couple ar Invited to thtsugheut the heIIw. Lance Eye. Mildred Priest
both the> ceremony and re The hefIeIoH WH presented' Theodore Mahak. Jack Keith

ception. white daisy and pom-pom There Pellicer. Edwin Mitchell
corsage as a gift from the hos-
DeLol Allen Sh-aryn
FAREWELL PART toss
Patrick. John Lutten, Robert
1 tilL Leonard Johnson assisted
.8.
s .. FOR VICTOR HALL in the Kendall Floyd Tiflgley, Jo-
serving guest
Arnold. Besoie Thompson
', Victor Hall of Games were enjoyed by the epr
ws' guest and Infant daughter.OUT .
-... honor at a surprise "pt)<<. guest and prizes. were wen by MIL
party Monday night Hostingthe OF TOWN VISITORSMrs.
Reynold 800aM Mrs.
i surprise event were, employees
of Melts Thriftway, John Murwo. R. A. Cattleman. Jr.
where Victor was assistant Out-of-town guest Included and four children and Mike
manager. Mrs. John Munro Park Christian of Nashville Term

Victor left Wednesday to report Forest Ill. Mrs. Robert Han- are visiting at Flagler Beach
for duty In the> US Air son. Ormond Beach; and Miss with Mrs. Castleman's moth

Force. Julia Balbach. Warren 111. ...r. Mrs. Lots Duncan.

The 1968-69 officers of the ..-- Mrs. Duncan's grandchildren ,
Honor Mae Knox Zl'phryhllIFlor. BIRTH TO TOUR HAWAII Pat and
Society of Women Legionnaires Tommy. Kathy
installed ida, was the installing officer. Duncan of TItusville and Patty
were at a ANNOUNCEMENTS Misses Santa Bradley and
luncheon meeting Saturday at Pictured left to right are MELANIE ANN THOMPSON Eloise McClure Bunnell High Cruke. TItusville. spent the

the Bunnell Civic Center. Miss Knox; Mrs. Louise Bun. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas School faculty members, left weekend at Flagler Beach.

Hostess for the affair was )[rs. hell Echelon No. 28 Director' ; Thompson Ormond Beach, are last week for West Virginiafor
Cora Buckles. and Mrs. Ann Tompkins, Department the parents of a daughter born a visit with relatives. Miss Minnie Duncan of Miami
National Director' Miss Lucy Director. Wednesday June 5 at 12:29a. Before returning to their has arrived to spend the

HOUSCGUESTS -' m. at Bunnell General Hos home at Flagler Beach they summer at her Flagler Beach
BRIDGE LUNCHEON pital. plan to tour Washington D. (". home.

Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Robert Bess Estes entertained at a She weighed six pounds and and visit In Hawaii with, Miss

son had as their houseguestslast brid6 luncheon Tuesday at ten ounces at birth. McClure's brother THANK YOU

week their daughter Mrs. her home N. Hwy. A-1-A. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fill n l-f'f.' I would like to thank all
Robert Smedley and children, Flagler Beach. Korona, are themat mal those who voted for me in the

Dick, Gwyn and John of Jones, Two tables of bridge were grandparents. RENEW YOURORYEf Brannam's Independent Grocery

Ala. Gwyn Smedley remained in play and high Association contest, enabling
scorer was LKEidSEWRINC
and will KATHLEEN MONTGOMERY .
spend the summer Freda Deen. Second high was roui me to win an all expense
months here with her grand Helen Jordan. DEEN paid trip to New York.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deem of BLRTS MONTH Kathy WestVolkswagen's
Visitors at the Robertson Other guests were ViolaTonkin Belle Glade announce the

home Sunday were Mr. and Basely Cameron Dot birth of a daughter Kathleen -
Mrs. Jim Wilkins and children Read Ann Batten and Inez Montgomery Deen. born JuneS

of Cullman. Ala. Mrs. Crenshaw.Mr. at 5 p. m. at Pahokee Hos

Wilkins is Mrs. Robertson's pital.
niece. and Mrs. James Strppand She weighed, seven pounds
Curtis and Diane Yelvlng- and ten ounces at birth.

Mrs. Harry Atkinson and ton visited in Chimney Rock. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen.

sons left Monday for Atlanta, N. C. last weekend., They were Bunnell are he paternal

Ga. for several days visit accompanied home by James grandparents. The maternal
with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson Stepp Jr. who will" spend thesummer grandparents are Mr. and r

and children.Mr. in Bunnell. Mrs. James O. Craig Bunnell)

.
and Mrs. C. M. Leggett Frank and Odell Clegg and VACATIONING a.

Flagler Beach left last week sons visited in Miami last IN ILLINOIS

for 3 months vacation In Blue week with Mr. and Mrs. Don Hollis Derry and Hubert

Ridge Mountains In Virginia. Deal and family. Frier left Friday for Wads-

worth. 111. for a visit with
TEXAS VISITORS Candyce and John Wads- Hollis's brother in law and
worth of Jesup, Ga. are visitIng sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ralph and Thelma Rose and In Bunnell with their Kaiser. Hollis will remain for
children of Freeport Texas grandmother Mrs. Daisy
several months visit and Hubert
were weekend houseguesi of Buckles.Mr. .
will return to Bunnell In
his brother In law and sister
two weeks.
Benny and Betty Black. and Mrs. Tommy Cou r- electronic brain.

son and children Linda. Janet It's
HOUSEGUESTSWeekend smarter than
HOME FROM HOSPITALEd and Tommy of Jacksonville a carburetor.
houseguests at the
Copeland returned to his visited In Bunnell last Flagler Beach home of Victor -
home in Bunnell Saturday week with )Irs. Courson' and Cora Buckles were Alas, the carburetor.

from the Marine Hospital mother )Irs. Lou McCabe. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kidd and Decent ond hord-workiftg though it wo, it pit

Savannah. Ga., where he wasa daughter Beth and Mr. and couldn't think.
medical patient several Weekend guests at the Mrs. Paul Becknell and son So every now and then it wovW do tKcmgMcu
days. home of George and Virginia Ronald of fcttU; rMflft. like
Fort Mill S. C. tet everythM9 oVty. Woes
Moody at Flagler Beach got.
were 5homtew pollute the air.;
)Irs. Minnie Rudd of Jacksonville
VACATIONING IN and Stanley Adams Mrs. Jennie Newell and Our new cowpwttr wod never boKov that
of
KENTUCKY Texas. children Ray and Ginger left way.

George and Sunday for three weeks visit In the Itrst pioc i it's too Vcetd to
Becky Qegg and get I.ery-
in New
thing
Hampshire with Mr. dirty-
children left last week for Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Herr and
Kentucky where they will visit daughter Debbie Sue visited children.and Mrs. Ted Panchella and M'l olwcyj properly inlormod" obowt t henge j in

Becky's parents and her In Orlando Sunday with A}r. the speed en tn* tnperotvre and load. So it's ol
brothers. and Mrs. Thomas Roman and ways properly! informed obowt who,'. im reptrJ
family.Dr. CONVALESCING And its too shrewd to waste 901.

Mrs. Nadine Cox plans to Mrs. Bertha Grimes, who (Sine it knows everything precisely, It con .
has been o*
a patient In Jacksonville
spend the and Mrs. a cd! everything
weekend in Lake Russell Blan- prrcistty- And its decisions obowt
land ton and children hospital, has been how much fuel
visiting with her son left Monday: transferred to Gllmer you need ore to reclt4t ttot you
and daughter in law for Kentucky for visit Nursing OCtuoily windup
Mr. and a with Home St burning Ittt 90)
Mrs. Larry Cox. friends and relatives.' Augustine.Mrs. finoHy it's
too prudent
Grime sustained a to pollute rfi. a*.
broken hip In a fall recently No unbumt fuel l around the '''f;fIe meow no
VIRGINIA Curtis
VISITORSMrs. Yelvtngton left imbuml fuel
Tues to
and underwent evaporate in the otmospher
Even
day for Lone Island. N. Y_ t o surgery: In the pollution from exhaust
W. E. Arnold Jacksonville. fun.sissreotlyreducedj!
and
spend the
summer with
Just
his think. When
daughter Tldyanne you get a carburetor-less
of Hamp brothers' David and
ton Va. are visiting In Bun. Yelvington. Buddy HONORED: VW Squorebock or VW fastbock. you not only

nell with Mr. and Mrs. Cary ON BIRTHDAY become the proud possessor c>a sound body.
Holland and son. Z. D. Holland celebrated But of a br::iont mind.

Weekend guests at the HOUSEGUESTSMrs. his birthday Tuesday evening

Holland home were Mr. and Edna Carroll and son at a surprise party at his
Mrs. W. E. Orth. Jr. and children Carl Carroll were In Bushnell home Pine St. Bunnell. a .

of Vero Beach. Sunday visiting with )fr. and Hosting the surprise affair
Mrs. Kenneth Carroll and fam were members of Mr. Hol
Mrs. Bill Zahul. Dearborn Ily Gall and Rusty Carroll land's family.

Mich, Mrs. Stanley Skrowon- returned home with them for
ski. Detroit, Mich and Miss several weeks stay. MURXAYS
Valerie Zahul, Indian Harbor Another VISIT DAUGHTER ,
Beach are houseguest at the Remley and Janice
staying
at Flagler Carroll Murray
home Is
Beach while visiting In, Bunnell of Live Oak., Larry Carroll. and children spent last weekend
with Mr. and Mrs Bob \ in Hazelhurst. Ga. visitIng .
Moody and their PalatkaBoyer
daughters. daughter Brenda.
Mr .and
Mrs. James Craig;
Brenda a student at Berry
Hazel ? Stuckey, Favorita, have Belle returned home from College In Rome, Ga, Is stay
spent last weekend at Astor visit with Glade Mr.after several days Ing with relatives there while Volkswagen ........c.
and Mrs. 81111'and she Is
visiting friends. working during the
Deen 111
daughters. S.
college vacation. Highway No. 19t



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of 1lttmi ll. se n.HLU -. JIIM
you and each of you are required ... .. c. 5-THE
IMAL VBm4MHMT to aenre a eopy of your prowl ..... 1(.7.f II
-- + any, U M3f1. .ant.e. Ns : ... **y and 0rU..rN.00..
I* TMK IMMtl*14M.HT VI t .Mir h .. ATTJNMN6 JMVI
'r
Uf r.*t PUA4MJHI <<*tI1I- whoa.adMosa N P rrr-r ../: ..

,t. ...... .t...... S.bd lit ..se. ..r .. ion V10144T 'Me 4M-. ... Mo tn* ir1j4niJ ... 1"I.., I...biieR.a In pajt MiMnl
Julia TARKT.P1alsApf. deck bef.raJowe. *< of ...... ,...... I* tblowe t nOd
a.i or tt.teredaga.li I : 1..rarr .1. h. to the' iMr....* uf the atr' ( iPlS d
.. erwise -t .... '- -- ... R .
3A1/EAv BRX, ]| T TARKBY.X : t yes ,... tile reNlf jarf; Mf =r5k .not Mhstor M* ... eM-+ ;:::
iii U. dtw..dsd Ie the trot iMufKftLymnn
.TM.l W ft*** 0-.0. ... .-l4 a..tt C. ...... 1eMMs_. u Oatr* were Lea1K .."..... Aolt.
To J... Crnoet MarkyCD Orcult Court. TLeMrt'o.ny y 3/ Secretary Oflballd.
$ ........ Florida !r ant. 1ie.Ia/515g aeers 1, 3. June U. HeLBCAL" ally J.oopil PatrWi
o.t..1t no ........ t I. t and :. T t ladies .... ef ttte Jim Beor Ch&er

TOO A:a -T .NOnPl. Katheryn L. Bmery street *..... Ant said awbdtvMon Nx 84 ot FU 4kr Bead!!. The
CD tht action t.. .l..... DeoMy Clerk. face Bay Street n
hn* h... Wed .aian.t yea sad f'I'e-ler '1. ... Jun 1.51.LEGAL ....... .* City of IC T11Et'9/RTOFIREOIV- "Rit8thft nt0M OHrwal be--
you are required t..erve a s0.y :....n. lFlorida. r-.a TV Jl D V rLAMLMrtTt. "Jl"- Vft4nn4y evfnirtg' and
of your written defense*. If My.to ADYETISRMEZTSOTICE in Plat Book L y. es.. ". rIiiIIlI.
H on ri.tr Sainti. Attorney Public Record of P* .Mr iv rHIIH'Tt1. Arlt wtM centime thfeyflhmornrnc. Sunday
for whoa* nmiri ASD rALL or 1II1iftT- .. re...... fFLOIWE Jane 12-1&
I*: Ormond Beach let Nail BeakBMf. 1511 TO n.5W'T r. rt1.a.rMOM..TtII1. 'HAR1ferN .
Ormend ....d. Florida. 5591 or KOOKS> ::r ..t rtm.tl SUBDIVISION, of Bunntll.Ftortda. D ro.sod
Sm. and .!. the with CloKor ....." or
original ""M" roll HIMMI IIRAIH- being described aath To and Person* thereof span tINt
tb* Clerk of the above *tyt 4 u..: UIHTHKT.Notlc *CSt of the f >...cUon 1a= J yif..or D mandsYou attoa.y. obese name ....
Cawrt on or before JIM '1. IfM; la hereby glen that a /" Township IS Mouth.Bang A .. sad ..:
other wle* a Judgement may b* roasting of the .._,. S. Baal. eoa taMleapnroalmatoly and '* % of you are h***> MATHN CT
.
entered afoinat yea for the roll ra: situated In the pmialDrainare 44 acre*, recorded by notlflrd nM required to po- Vest RWh AV**...
*/ ......... la the ......alt.WITNBPO Dlotrlct In Fleeter in Pint Hook 3. Page ont any rlatean and <...n my hand and tat.oo CMHHy. Fl ri4a, la hereby Onll4 It Public of Fmg- which you or either of you. may not later thanrsJuiy IS. X BoO
_l of said. Court on till Uth to b* held In the FtactorOMMMy .RI hv again the s.taN of .**.. *
.* o f .*.. Courthouse nnli tl. ALL i N1 PAHTIMH FUNHHE: BrCHARnKM. deoo4. ***- if you oil t* d. ... Default
G ![. MOODY Fforlda. on th* iHh day f7un are asked '-" bo Md* ., nM County to the win be ..*.r.d against you fir*
A of said CurtCIRCVtT A. D. im at S o'clock P. M. for hoard at the :caM" p4j o Qpuntr Jwdf* of flatter County.FlorMa. at MnVf .d.mand.d In in* b*
( 4N VT HBAL) tM ........* of elect* one member abev avoclAed.IMMRD: at nU onV In the courthouse s.ma4altt Th* nature of said
By: Kathryn L BmeryA of the Board of Supervisors Or CITY tXMilMIBMONBfhH of saM County at BtTNIfRLL. _H being fw
Deputy Clark for the term of throe and OK THK Florida within sit calendar DIVORCE
ITe--May It. !/. June .. ILLEGAL to attend to such other year buehte.. c mr or BI'.NSBIX.' months from the time of WITS RSs my .hand and seal
"* peftatotaHT.. to the d...,... that FLORIDA the first publication of this no- ef said. rourt this Mh day of
&D\'ER"'II.II'I': may come befor the me<..... Bys( C H KIKENBACHChairman tWo Bach dahn or demand shallb June A. (), INIOnVUI .
At such election ch andevery In writing and shall state ( Hani)
IT TUB dun IT CO HT. *KV.KTII acre of land In the said June IS. X. Stc the. place of residence and post OKORlIB M. MOODY
Jl U'('.u. ('IRCl'IT. I* District hall be entitled t* on -- office addreas of the claimant.and Clerk of said Circuit Court
Al: rott FLAI.LKH ('Ot"\TY. veto .In person or by LEGAL AUVKKTUKMKMTRKMlKftT shall b* sworn to bjr tb. By Kathryn L Emery
rLOHIUt. MIL ACTION.A : writing signed rIU claimant, agent attorney, and Deputy Clerk
(: "K \I.. 474B1MNA a.* ., land owned by him In FOR K11)M any such inmtm or demand not Juno 11 1*. St. July 4. 4U
P. MORRI00NOWBNSBT. said Dbt...... Guardians nay represent Netlr I* hereby given that so flied halt b* Toil.e .
their warda Executor the Mast Flagler M..q into Control / / Clare3.. Riddle
District Board of Commissioners. Aa Administrator of the
PUnltlfr.OBOROK and administrator may ,.,re. HASTINGS MATTRESS
Flagler Bench. Florida Bstat of FLOMMKRICIIAKDHON.
...
sent the estates of deceased -
R. OWEN8BT.Defendant.. and private corporation persons will accept sealed Bids at theatfiee deceased & UPIIOLSTRY WORKS
be boated T mlea north ofFlagler First publication June I Ith,
their of
may represented by 710-12 Lemon St.
NOTICE TO ArrtCAH A\U: fleer duly authorised aienta. Beach on. Highway A1A. l,...
A%a" 5 KIN It I.or ordered that this notice Mp to and until a 4* P. M ..n Jun IS. X. ST. July (. 4tc Palatka, Florida
THE NAMU OK TIlE STATEor be Wednesday. June 1Mb 1141 forth
published each week for two
FLORIDA following w4p cn *eutlve week In Th* Flaclr -
TO. ahWHUC R. OWSN8BY.WHOIMS newspaper fub- ill NEW TH3 IMAL Furniture. Upholterln
I-OHT OFFICE ADDRBHM fished In U'FiaI. County l+Flor AEROSOL FUG UBMKRATOR THK fimn IT OIMT *>rrLAI.LKH
AND KHHUt.>CBADDftKSH ida. 40IVT1.: KMIMIII B>pt.tlaisb.dxattr.tu.s
ARC UNKNOWN. I.ate of first publication JUliO Any BWh.4 or presented AIn
after I P M. June It. uu ft sax Sprlagl
(.AD. It.lHy : on Case \.. 4IS-K
TOil ar. herey notified that a will b* returned unopened to JAMS HOBKKT LOPER
suit has ben brought againstyou order of Board of fiupervl the bidder PlamtlffVERONICA Mad to Order. Also ....cmate4CaD
.
In th. Circuit Court. $.v- *r* Healed Bids will b* opened at *.. Lama MerrU m-=n
R W. DREN. JR.
..th JudtrUI Circuit. In and frriacl
a meeting of the Mosquito Control *!. LOPER
l.r County. Florida, by President Board at the trine of Com Defendant After S.-00 .. M.FlUCCS .
NA T MORHIfiUN BS.- AltettO. ...
%TI4 K TO lir.rKVII BCASONA1LE
1f'a"laIIlUU F. AL.FORD. Hecretarjr.Jun .
: and you are bar.by .- _sday. THE STATE OF FLOfUIU. TO
rqulr to ale. personally I or 5. It. Me. P M. VERONICA M. LOPBRP BUDGET rum tr NEEDED

by attorney, with th. Clerk of .......1"_'...... Revised, and Information u. Ito* 5y 4Hwansea
aid Court. your Answer or d.- LEGAL ADVKRTtRNEJrTIV may be obtained b South Carolina Jut as near tn you

tenses to th. Complaint In said bona ode bidder a upon request You are hereby notified thata PboiM or lot Office
suit. on or bvfor the 421 :.o. TIIKRri IT ('0' RT OM to Mr Frank Hred. telephoneNo. suit has been (tied against I you
of June A. It. Ml to ... ,. Drop Us a Card or Call
rLA.LKH ('OIVT1. .'..oNI- .llIt; M Clinton Old- In the above entitled. cause; and
serve a copy of your Answeror 11% dens, T.I.p"t..JlII or MrLyman you are hereby required to file Free Pickup & DeliveryHappy
defense, upon Uiwr Uaclnky la Caw %o. SMM.II U. Oage. I'hon .I5-20(5. your answer with the clerk of
and Krol. Attorneys for DufKiTiir I':. VAMM Th Board reserve* the rich I this "'suitand to serve n copy
Plaintiff, at their otttcva at ill llalntlffWALTER

Main miwt Daytona Ueacn.n *..
rld.. on or before tbo 3ttk K VAM
day of Jane. A. U.r.1I l. ai r I mefendantSnTN't
., trio Rules of
quired by '
: TO Itt:. .;\I.
Civil Procedure and "herein fall THE STATE OF FUlKfUA. TO:
net or a default will bo entered WALTER R VADH.

attn you. Whose Residence Address I.
fu are further notified that. t'Dka.....
the name of th. Court In which
You notified that
are hereby >> a
aid uttt tau been Initltutod lath
salt has been filed against yu
Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial In the above entitled cause; aAd
Circuit of n rl4.. In and
you are hereby required I t* M* Mothers Day
Stir I'7asler County, and that the your anwer with the Clerk oftM
tltlo of said cult la a* hereinabove -
(OMirt and to ..no. op fthereof

Tow set are forth.further notified that upon attorney th*, whose pUlatiff some fill Happy Fathers Day

tKe nature of all sail la a and -r.rA'1f* I*:
wit for divorce and restoration .
) l> BHKTOXEP

of\ former nantoVITXmWH my hand. and ofilatal Holly. n Hill.Drawer Floridanot AA Happy Wedding\ Day

eat ___ FlaclerFWrMa. .
at II. (Aumiiy later than July 5. A. D.
this 30th Jay of MayA If.".

D. INS.GfOWIE. If you fall to do say lfaH Graduation
)I. MOODYas DayHapprnnrsarv
Happy
.
wilt be entered against you Of
Clerk of th Oroult'o
*
the relief demanded In In.* bpof
*rt of Fleeter County. sJd
Florida compUlnt. The nature of
snit being for
Ry Kathryn U Hmarr DIVORCE

MajMity Clerk WITNBHH hand and Mlof
my
r
crntCUIT COlHTM ltDAU +
said Court this Hit day of
I HN..KT AMI KHOUAtt'n Slay A. D 'Nt.etJOftf1& Happy Birthdayf '
ya for Plaintiff M. MOODY >
411 Main Street Clerk of saM Circuit CevrtOmchil
ltat.". HMCO. Florida (<< Seal)
4 time May II." June ,.1Sl a y Katherln .. Emery Hat .rBectrical

Deputy Clerk .
LEGAL .AO"F.RTUII.EtT June *. II. M. !f. 4tc.

.
rot' ITT Jl i>r..r* roi'MT LEGAL ADVERTI1EMEXTVOTH
rt.Aia.KH Sot T". .I.oR- S
111% 1'1 P110KSTE 50. .n K or *tl.K r Ic

IN RE Estate of :1'.I hereby given that
.' Public Instruction,
RAPHAEL 8TTHUAN.C Fkcler County will accept sr.l.
>e *ad.OTICK ad bids nt lose a. ... on the th
TO rHKUIT. day of July 1t.1 for the purchase -

All creditor of the ...... of .t the following. described
RAPHAEL. 8TUIIMAN. defta.... item
are hereby notified and requiredto Ikhool Ru No I. 41 Capacity.IMS '
file any claim or demand Ford, t cylinder Model .
which they may have attain RftSR. Identification KumberRtKRUMt.
aid etate in the offlc of the .
oounty judge of Flajrler County. The bun I* located at the bus t
Florida In the courthouse at age at the Bunnetl lll.h

Bunnell. nortda within *l. calendar school Campus. ir-
month from the date of Th* Flatter County Hoard of
th* first publication of this notice Public Instruction reserves th*
Each claim or demand right t* reject any or all bids r
mutt be In writing. and must and t* waive any IrregularitiesIn +
.tat. the t>lac. of residence ..aelpoot..m the bidding.All .
address of the claimant bids hall b* completOrsealed
and must be sworn to by and marked ")Sealed OH i
the claimant hi. agent. or his to Purchase School Bus" and
attorney, or It will become void mailed er delivered to: r
I according. to law. Mr Coy U. Harris Jr. f'
Superintendent of Public In- grrd.
I Dated: IS May 1X1it tructlon. Flagler County

I / Margaret & Marshall Flatter County Courthoue. .
A* Admlnlitratrls of the P. U. Box TU
K.t*t. of RAPHAEL.trriflUIAN. JOuni.ell. Florida Ut.t
Ueceaaed. Harold Emery ChairmanHoard

Fin t publication on May H. of Public instruction -
f Florida
IlSL % Flagtor County. Gifts

.. .. IS. Jt ATTEST:
4le May J. Coy O. Harris, Jr. Superintendent -
and Kom Secretary >
LEGAL A.\"r.RT"KJltC. to the board of "'-
lie Instruction. have the power to please.

I* TUB rmcrrr "OrRT _Jane It He. ,
FLAULKR (:ot'ITT. FLORI11 -
LEGAL AUTCRTI.KMEJITVOTUR
ritlb ACTION S.. ....A Practical preferred and appreciated for lasting pleasure.

HOLLY T. OREM and : A constant reminder of thoughtfulness.And t
your .
PACUNE OR KM. his wife TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Plaintiff.. Board You of will City take Commlsatoner notlc that the of ( there'* always plenty of low.cost Sunshine Service electricity to run them I) I

EDWARD KinrilORP and the Clt,..of Bunn dl. Florida, enIh 1
A-NN M. 8IBTHROP hi. wife Petition .. NELL U ALIT Pick up a free folder at your favorite store. It suggests gifts for I j
SiN ORORQE E. ALLEN JR.JUHN.XIB .
Ttefendanta.MORT4)A iK YORECLOSCRESOTi'E u. ALt i'd. IRA A. every occasion and you can select something nice at any price. 1

or rrr POWCLU RA.. POWELL.'
TO: EDWARD mBTHROP aMASS MARIA A. JOHNSTON A. STHERE'S
S L BIUTIIROP H JUHSST'UN. U>CIK: A. DCRylllMER j
SKI Lynch ROBERT MUOOT and '\.;
Granite City. lUlnal ANNIE MAE UNDERWOOD will SAO boo ,
TOLL ARE 1IERKI1Y NOTtFI. at fill... U. on the Ith day of NO MATCH FOR : .> J
/ ..
ED that an action to forocloa* July Uti at Its meeting room F1AMOISS DICTR1CJfichtipertool h3sa i 1iJJ'I"'Yf' .
a mortgage. o. then following *e- .'a.-the City HaJL City ef IlunnelL .
crtbod Ie ITacUrOaunty. Klortda. consider and *e- .. oorrvYjipscori .
dttrtr.. temrfn whether or not the Qty ; '
Lot St. lilMkw IT, Amended win vacate, abandon disclaim.renounf j
plat of VENICE PARKa and .return to acreage ..... "I" .I'. fA I'
recorded In Plat Cook J, the feAowtng eubdlvi.lons I In the e.o.e .se -
at par II. public record ofriacfctr City ef CunnelU out .f Flor1 -

Co....,.. Florida ..
ha been died against. you and 1 .HENDYCCBDIVIMON',












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.... MMr Ptac.r, MIs JeM g-rac rutou Twavffc 7SlAi.. JWICM.H*

MM*... Mary Kctow Petit.Curtis .
Would YouBELIEVE ...... Rs.Usisw. PlssneeWlrilaksr FLAGLER BEACH ELEMENTARY GRADUATING CLASS

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Ir4ssr ll.kart IMWIM4 and

Ii --"rl..9M Ita P1et& Be**. e.Mt

County .. .. .. ,... oo (+) T

7 J Tke' Flats Boacfc 'It wn
Canimholsnuo:: I sMsra4 ia1sesersst

with R. H. Bjscott at

T&N TEAM AO. this place. to te.w. manager

of tee new muwkipol pier.
The _H In Iff 'hw.edtrltel
taring 'UltflltbR at the
Mtk the Reward ldewtesand
Carver Mam*. ".,.... eC beach tewJL

the HMMhinfc < AutborKy c-o--
were' bet**
CmMty
The H. C. Club stated a
made aoeoMHng to Executive py, The Path Acres The w
ifteIef H. H. Coney.Jehmy Hilt at BbMte Theatre with

C.0') all local talent for benefit of

Simpson received the Community Improvement
Assn. of St Johns Park Col-
the top award" for Achieve-
Members of the cast
meat at the 4-H Club pwgm ony.
were Pearl Halphur. Perry
at the courthouse Other
Downhour. Myrtle Harding,
to
award were presented'
Oved Holland Dean Holland.
Johnny Melts, Jerry Burned 1 a, y
Mrs. Esther Malphun Fltz
David Lewis Levi Brat+nam
hugh Malphurs. & A. Walker ti.TO.
and Mkfcey Ramsey for Dairy
H. M. Benson and Mrs. Helen
Achievement' ; Albert John-
Men. Garden Achievement; Walker.

Arthur Cane I Leadership
Award; Mike MtMU...... Public SUMMER SCHOOLAT

Speakhtc. DBJC

TWENTY TEARS AGO Restoration is Monday at

of DBJC for the second summer
Mrs. Ullian Conway
Branford purchased the Princes college credit semester college -

Beauty Shop from Mrs. registrar Carl Shafer has -- -
announced.
Una Barber. ATTEND VICKI KING GRADUATES AT EMORY
Most academic disciplinesare

(-o ) represented in the MX TWIRL.A-UMA ON DEAN'S LIST Scott Benson nephew of Mr.

week term. and Mrs. E. J Chaffee. Flag
YOURS Jim Cook son of Rep. Registration hours Mondayare A group of local baton students Vickl King a Junior at let Beach was graduatedfrom

and Mrs. H. T. Cook was accepted from 8:30: a. m. until 3:30p. : plan to leave Sundayfor Florida State University, has Emory University Medical .
as a member and appointed Leesburg to attend the been placed on the Dean's list
m. and from 6:30: until 9:00p. School Atlanta. Ga. Men.
.
Mascot of the Flagler m. All Star Twirl A' Rama at ACA with a 3.6 average.

Beach Garden Club. All Academy. Vicki is a chemistry major day.Dr.
offerings are fully accredited Benson will specialist
(-0-) and most meet requirements Those attending the twirl-. at the university. In pediatrics and neurology.Dr. .
for teacher certification. Ing camp June 16.28 are Susie attend school
She to
plans
P. II. Beach, Flakier Beach I Peterson Cherry Wads. Benson was a frequent
was awarded' a Gold Star Inrecognition worth Debbie Sue lien Lee part time this summer while visitor at the Chaffee home at
Class schedules be obtained assistant
may working as an on a
of his son Hubert Carol Baker Susan Jeanne Flagler Beach
from the admission office research project in atomic
I Jr. a pilot who lost his life
and Christine Illgglnbotham.
In Collins Hall said Shafer. spectroscopy at the Universi
in World War II. The award Cheryl Zellers. Eve Tucker
ty's Chemistry Department.
was made by Maj. General
Janelle Revels Vicki Perritt WORKING ON MASTERS
Leland Hobbs Third Army
JORDAN RECEIVES and Faye Hutcheson.
Deputy Commander. VIRGINIA PHILLIPS Cary Holland Bunnell left

(-0-) MASTERS DEGREE FORMER RESIDENT Sunday for Tallahassee to resume .
!ETHUNE-COOKMAN work on his masters degree
The Lehigrt Portland Cement Don Jordan. County Agriculture RECEIVES BA DEGREE at Florida State Univ
Company had purchased Agent was awardedthe GRADUATE
Mrs. James D. Cartmill received ersity.
9,500 acres of property Master's degree last weekin
Bachelor of Arts degree
a of
Virginia Bass Phillips
Cary is a member of Or
North of Flagler Beach and graduation exercises at the the annual .
during
commencement Bunneli recent graduate
was a
mond Beach Junior highSchool
was planning construction ofa University of Florida. Jordan exercises at University
of Bethune-Cookman
large cement plant at the did his work In agricultural of South Florida at faculty where he
College in Daytona Beach. Her
teaches social studies.. He' is
site. extension studies with a major
.
Tampa Sunday.Mrs. major field of studies was
In animal husbandry- also director of the VIS Pro
(-o.) Cartmill is the daughter English. gram at the school.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Rev. If. B. Murdock pastorof FANNIE McPRIMCOSMETOLOGY Johnston. Bunnell.
the Bunnell Methodist
Those from Bunnell attending
Church who had served as GRADUATE ''
the graduating ceremonies When you
minister for two years, had
Fannie McPrim. Bunnell.I. were Mr. and Mrs. John
been returned to begin<< his
third year.THIRTY graduated last Friday from ston Albert Johnston Mrs. S. DISTANCE rA "LETGfORGf
the Daytona Beach Junior College W. Allen and Mrs G. E. Allen

TEARS AGO School of Cosmetology. Sr. MEANS ,!

National Air Mail week DO If!"
i,,
came to a climax In Flagler NOTHING!
Beach Thursday afternoon at CRAIG FUNERAL HOME s
4:30: p. m. when the first mail W. Pay Pmtog feth Ways

plane to pick up mall at the A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director Use BBF "Save-ByM&I' Service
local field landed In the
....ro.nr..rr..r.d1 r..wn..ir..r
JOHN CAPO. Manager
.
midst of a crowd of 72 citizens I
and carried away 68 letters II I
many of the envelopes AIR LADY OXYGEN !I

bearing a hand painted fish CONDITIONED I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED

sketched by members of the CHAPEL I I AMBULANCES II I

Women's Chamber< of Com -

laerce, to advertise the popular I Phone ID 7-3532 :EI'i n.11uu1arKa.- ._. '
sport In Flagler Beach. 2JO... ....St.llAJICH .
201>> E MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA I
(.o-) Of MCI.......t/H.lj JUT U I..l *Mt I..... f

Miss Alta Jane Holden. a
student In the college of .

Pharmacy at the University -
of North Carolina had been FILL DIRT SHELL ATLANTIC HARDWARE

elected viee-president of the

university Pharmaceutical. branch Assn.of N. C. Bulldozer-Dump Trucks- & SUPPLY CO., INC.


(-0-) BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY SEE OUR SUPPLY OF

Marine Studios, 15 miles

north of Flagler Beach, was DURRANCET.
officially opened to the pub. ACME PAINTS

lie on Thursday June 23 at
2 p. m.FORTT. AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO.
Flagler Beach-Tel. 439.2471 MOODY BLVD. FLACLER BEACH
TEARS AGO .
PHONE 439-2303
The Blddle Theatre In connection
with a double bill of
-- -.-- -------
shows Tuesday night will In -=-= -= = =- :: ir-__ I
addition, announce from the

stage they are the brought election in returns from the as BINGO 8:00 P. M. hi1;;] I ON TIMECERTIFICATES

different precinct, according 50 10
FREE REFRESHMENTS
to an announcement by James

Blddle, playhouse owner. TONIGHT (Thursday) VOLUSMCOUNTY MINIMUM nooo--eo DAYS

(-o-)
FLACLER BEACH RECREATION HALL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
Miss Emma Mae Mercer NATIONAL

and Mrs. J. E. Hartsfleld were -SPONSORED BY- BANK
Fh. C77-S217 ITS W. Granada
hostesses at a rather delight
ful Junior League social at Disabled American VeteransJim Ormond B.aclu Florida

the Methodist' parsonage. Boo Chapter No. 86
the
Those present to enjoy
evening were Margaret Brown. _= .:;-_.:;- '. ---z.:=-=--.. :-- 4








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I Hoover 100 s. Clot Ja.... push It ty wIIIIII It pwhss .***.. ferric ... tft* fiaeialfineucy .... betwusa lies and -.
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ei to at fee and of sacfeajisarter Mr .....
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Weekly Sermon on Raymond. pelt of the tine sad carne up which will twaiai lest ........ IE yew earn $5110
------ only when you want to you to Make your NfI8't shadp.svtde we win hold back 9M8 fit ,
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"DROWNPROOF The theocy beSifcW drawn wheels you nay do soL Q. I try to limit my ...,....
B.....1 Methodist
Chorea YOUR proofing I* that 98 percent fitftI.t" Q. My maid bears worlcing te 9MM a yr ae that I ...
ACCENTUATE THE FAMILY mew AlVKi AJs nl IWBsv swftv y All wall* tar Me 1ftMary.. When Ie receive all my cheeks. So yen
Suppose sonreene *-faAA.fl en will float apilnn. 1M sue the Ant report due? count MY grass wages or my
POSITIVE that your entire family IVIV after face' of the water M their A. It nest be filed by April t e-heFRe pay?

Pessimism aM lw.Mss practicing a few hews NeW lungs are full et air. You can 39. 1968. A. We consider ywtr grcsa

are the order of the .... Political become sues skilled swimmers maintain this floating peri- Q. My maid works one daya wages.These' .
questions and
murder. tufmoH. a4 that It would be almost Hen, completely relaxed, and week at $&SO per day. In an.awe's
are furnished the loeal
unrest create f-AMAnWttA which Impossible for them, to drawn, then with 1M sKghteet me. addition to this I give her 56c by -
shake the foundations of our even if they ww thrown, tieR propel yourself to the for bus fare. Should this be N. social security oilier 115
naileR. America should neverbe fUlly clothed. Into the Allan- surface to gain anotherbreath. reported for social security Ridgewood Beaeh. Avenue Daytena -
equaled M a divine institution tic ten miles" freest share? And Exact rhythmic purposes?
which wholly proclaim even though any or aH ef breathing lets you bob up and A. Yes. Her pay Is $S3 ($j
them eant swim stroke down with such little effort' week times 13 weeks In
God's sanction but it should a to per aquarter BIRTHDAY DATA
that feel could do It
be remembered that here we begin with? you you ) a quarter and must
forever without tiring. be reported. When the bus Happy birthday this week to:
have an opportunity to wor.ship Incredible, you'd think?
as we see ftL Surprisingly. it is not. A fare is given In cash it te considered Today-Larry Sears.
The of to be part of her regular
message the church method of survival floating
is still positive. It proclaims which is called "Drewnproof. Social Security wages.Q. FRIDAY ;- Nancy Shields,

a possibility of an eternal relationship Ing", has been developed by I I pay my maid $30 per' June Heydt Hlester.
week. I know I-have to takeout
with God and denounces the Physical Education Department NEWSQ.
sin as that which k of the Georgia Institute social' security tax for her SATURDAY Patrick )ler.
opposed to God's will. Out of of Technology.The but must I also take out Income non, Johnny Mlnton.
despair and travail springs I Just hired my first maid tax?
forth the ray of light which method has very little and I understand that her A. No. Income tax Is not SUNDAY Floyd Gossel.
kinship with -pretty" swim- work is covered social Anne R. Nelson
still proclaims the goodnessof by se withheld from domestic or Donald Kent
God. ming In which you learn to curity. How can I report her farm employees by the em Donna Kay Anderson
navigate several hundred ?
.
Little children learn in Sun yards in a nice, calm pool wages A. If you or your husband ployer.Q.. rye heard that I may MONDAY Paul R. Vogel
day School that God is love. Jr.. Wllda Hargett Joe Par.'
DrownproofiRg and sim ,
pure business
Our operate a you may make 51680 a year and stillreceive
problem is that
as pet Is a method of rlsh.
saving add this employee 4o the business my social security
adults we rationalize this
truth away. God's yourself in water under the quarterly return, addingthe benefits. Does this mean If I TUESDAY Ruth H. Arndt.
messageof most adverse
conditions. word "maid next to her
love still resounds when make 51600 I will lose my
the Gospel Is not only Essentially, the idea of name. Should you not have a benefits for the entire year? WEDNESDAY Don &*.
but lived. "How preached beautiful drownproofing is not to try to business or prefer not to report A. No. As you said, you receive lelcker, Stan Barnes Beverly
keep your head above the the maid on that return all your benefits If you H. Hawkins.
are the feet of those! who
preach good news." Romans
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FLACLER BEACH WSCS

PICNIC PLANNEDThe

Flagler Beach Methodist
Church Women's Society
of Christian Service is planning .
a picnic for members


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cneM I by h4".ne AbbytoeId U t CK.1'MPf I
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THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY FtsMftff at the Inlet to s
toot Lane ealehes of baa al 1 Jester Otympfes at Latha-
FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
are being made. "There has wax Park Jacksonville. Participating
been word of one bats landed In the atMeetk
GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN that was Just under 4 ft. event will be Bread Tewn-
long. Large" amounts of mullet send Jeanne Hlgginbotham,
SPECIAL have been netted from the Geraldine Robinson Ruby
bridges north of Marinetand.Bias's London and Barbara Thomas

Southern Fried ChickenWith Tub Camp

Fishing In he canal north
Homemade Biscuits and Honey FISHING LINEBy of marker 106 has Improvedwith CLASSIFIED QADVERTISING

AI Zamba rood catches 0( trout
Can Eat
All /au $1.50 and bass. One angler Sam
A Tingle Beech Her Camce, from Jacksonville,
who fishes out of Sing's each 'ifl(;
Homemade Clam Chowder Fishing from the pier before weekend brought In a large
the storm was good with catch of trout and bass using
catches of drum and flounder
FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH being caught using live live bait.D..tl's SEMIC TAN cleaning; drain
shrimp. Glen Norris Crescent Elbow Fish CampT. fields Installed; Rou-Roter
CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS City landed a 30 lb. King using A. Eatman stated that snail shell. Reasonable prices.
live spots and a float. fishing before the storm was Call George Jarosz. 4374110
FROG LEGS VEAL CUTLETSCOME Herman, the loggerheadturtle good with bass flounder and S-l-tf
trout being caught using live
who has taken up resIdence > TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLe -
AS YOU ARE around the pier, has bait. us help beautify Flagler
not been affected by the Jock Geauogs Fish Camp County. Large variety of evergreens
PARTIES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS storm. Word from Jack that good palms, hedge plants.
PHONE 829-8498 or 829-3485 Marin.laad ?ia catches of bass are being 5V4 miles S of Bunnell on
made. Mrs. G. E. McCauley, U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc
South of St. Augustine 4 mile on US Hw,.. 1 Prior to the storm last week Jacksonville, brought In a 29
there were rood catches of Ib bass. The charter boats FOR SALE Rent or Lease
At Moultrie-Sign on right
whiting. Dale P1t r. St. Augustine docked at Jack's have been 2 bedroom Florida room
brought In a 7S lb. unable to get out due to the beach house with carport. Ph.
437-3172 Mar.
bass using sand fleas. rough water. 7-TFC

FOR RENT one room efficiency
apt on ocean In Beverly
Beach. Call 439-2060 evenings.Call .
439-2050 evenings.
4 tc May 23

b FOR SALE 2 bedroom house,
See-the-light Corner Moody Blvd. and For-
sythe St.. BunnelL Phe
2686150. Mandarin FIl ito
collect calls accepted.
4tp-May 30 June 6-13-29

Specials
Swimming Pool Portable
IffxlF, New with Filter Patio.
L Q !
i::. Lights. Bargain. Ph. 4392339.
June 13, Itp
Best selling sporty car. Best selling Intermediate.Now .
Duplex Two Bedrooms, each
specially equipped and specially low priced. unfurnished. Good condition.For .

Come save now In Ford Country. Pick a Mustang sale or rent TeU 4392339.
June 13 lip
Sprint. Or a Fairiane Hardtop. Both come with special
Wheel FOR SALE-3 bedroom house,
equipment at special low prices. Whitewalls.
built on 200x110 lot on Hwy.
covers. Special trim. Vinyl seats and vinyl-covered roof 100. Contact Julius R. Powers
on the Fairlane. While they last. 606 Southerland Road. Bruns.
wick. Glynco Ga. 31520. Ph.
19122656034. June 13 3 tp.

7 FOR SALE-General Electric
You'll have.to portable dishwasher $50.00;
:: Kenmore washing machine,
our
see prices $30.00; automatic garage door
to believe them. opener, reasonable. All In
working condition. 1622 S.
Central Ave.. Flagler Beach.
Phone 439-2195. June 13, lie.

Spscdal Fairtanr HarCtop J You'll have to PUPPIES TO GIVE AWAY:
s Mixed breed-Beagle and Bird
seeoyrpncesto Dog puppies. Contact Mrs. R.
believe them. L. Beaver telephone 4373947.
June 13 Itp

t \ A FOR SALE-2 bedroom frame
house 360000. Centrally located -
corner lot. Railroad and
Palm. BunnelL Call 437-3370
after p. m. June 13, 2tc

FOR SALE-20 ft. fiberglass
Thunderbird boat. Two 75hp.
Evinrude outboards equippedwith
communications radio-
tt sw traller-and rigged for deepsea -
fishing. Good condition.
Phone 437-3540 after 6 p. m.
June 13 ltc

HELP WANTED Maintenance -
man. 5 hours dally,
5 days week 112.00 per
month. Permanent work. Ph.
yr Ormond 677-8944 for appointment .
Mr. Tiffany. 6-13-ltc

FOR SALE-Reducing ma-
chine. Excellent for spot reducing.
Phone 4392318. Itc.

t Users of Rawleigh Products in
;, u"sunJ! :':' :. t brdtopf Flagler County or Bunnell
need service No capital or experience .
f L_> necessary. Write-
.
. I Rawleigh FLF-360-876 Mem
phis. Term. June 13-20 2tp.

Seeiheli9ht.aTheswitchis on to fQr.cl" WANTED IMMEDIATELY
MA W OR WOMAN to supply
consumers''
with Itawleigh
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I -Alt Product fn Flagler County or
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H'f F1 / ) '
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t. part time. $100 and up full
COMPANY Inc.l Bunnell 'Florida- time. Write Rawleigh FLF.
.: BUNNELL MOTOR / 3GO-336.,, Memphis Tenn.
June 13, 27, 2tp.BlRNES .