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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 20, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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BUNNELL TO HOLD A. B. JOHNSTON RECEIVES 30 YEAR HONORA. LEGION INSTALLS SCHOOL BOARD

HEARING MOBILE NEW OFFICER |LAMONDAY ADOPTS E. I. E.

HOME ZONINGThe NIGHT PROGRAM FRIDAY ;

Otis Magee of Flagler Beach A special meeting of the

BunneU City Commission was installed as Commanderof Flagler County Board of PubIk .
voted Monday night to the Flagler Post 115 American Instruction was held Friday .

hold a public hearing on July Legion Monday evening. night to adopt the Education

22nd on a request for reaming Other officers Insulted were Improvement Enrichment .
of Maw IK. 189. 190 and 198 Victor Buckles. 1st vice president program as provided by

on Deer Road for a mobile ( ; Leslie Pache. 2nd vice the last session of the Florida

home project president: Cora Buckles ad. Legislature.The .

J. L. Townsend Daytona jutant; Walter Morris finance administration, teach

Beach realtor owns the prop. officer; Walter Creal, chap. era lay people and school
erty In addition to about 40 lain; M. B. Fuller historian; board had been working on

acres located In the same Raymond Smith service officer plans for the expenditure of 1

general area. He Informed the ; Robert A Hughes Sgt- this estimate $115,000 program ) *

commission of his plans to divide at-Arms. for the past several months. ,.j ,
the 10 acre tract Into mo Installation ceremony was The program Includes class

bile home units of 1000 square conducted by District Commander room Improvements, remedial .
feet each and sell the units Bevel) Blots of De teachers teacher sides and f t I
with restrictions. land Post He was assisted In classroom supplies. .

the ceremony by District officers Motion was made by Mem ,
Townsend stated that the B. Johnston Chairman of Flagler County Agriculture Al Chamberlain as Sgt bet Dave Ferryman and unanimously I

restrictions would be a partof Stabilization Committee was awarded a thirty year certificateby at Arms. Debby Wallace of carried to adopt the

each deed to guarantee a the U. S. Department of Agriculture at an ASC Banquet in Post 289 at District Chaplain program. The Board reservedthe
high type mobile home site. Opal Lewis of Jacksonville,
East Palatka Friday night right to approved Individ
There would be restrictions on
District Historian and Jerome
having small children pets The certificate was presented by Bob White, ASC Office Nowman of Deland as Assistant ual expenditures as various
of the!
running loose, fences to be Manager for the Flagler St Johns County area. I.. W. Camp. District Historian. parts piled.' program are ap

erected and type of unit that bell. Hastings was presented a tweny year .certificate. Sharon Abraham was selected Supervisor James Craig In.

could be placed on the mobile Flagler Cbuntlans attending the affair were Committeeman as a contestant in the reduced W. A. Reed as an ap

site.The and .Mrs. A. B. Johnston Committeeman and Mrs. W. W. 4th of July Miss Flagler County pllcant for the position of

mobile units would be Deen County Agent and Mrs. Don Jordan and John'A. Clegg.A. Beauty Contest representing County Supervisor of Instruc

planned largely for retired" B. Johnston hu been a successful cabbage and potato the Legion Post tion. He Is completing his
people. Townsend said if It is Proceeding the! Installation term as principal of Cedar
farmer
In Flagler County for many years. He Is president of
for rezoning he will a covered dish din.
approved ceremony
Key High School and holds
Hastings Potato Growers. He Is the son of the late Judge and
have an engineer draw plansfor net was served to about seventy Masters Degree with administration .
Mrs. E. W. Johnston pioneer Flagler County families.LATE .
the mobile sites. It probably members and their and supervision.After .

would Include a two acre POTATOES guests. a detailed discussion

lake on his property. He FLAGI.ER BEACHSPONSORING as to duties and salary, motion
would have to pave the streets HARVESTED BUNNELL SCOUTS was made by Member

involved In his project Devastating rains caused JULY ACTIVE SUMMER Myrtle C. Rice to employ Mr.

Mayor C. B. Eisenbach by hurricane Abby "slowed- FISHING TOURNEYThe The Bunnell Boy Scout Troop Reed at a salary of $13,500

pointed out the fact that a up" the potato harvesting In plans an active summer program annually.The motion was car
of Flakier> l Beach according' to Scoutmaster I
petition had been signed bya Flagler County several weeks. City tied unanimously. ,
number of residents on Deen Farmers began harvestingtheir Commissioners are sponsoring Jeff Seale. Summer Camp Upon motion of Member H.

Road protesting the proposed<< crops this week In spite a four day fishing tournament will be the! week of July 14th V. Peavy the Board unanimously

project He stated however, of continued rain showers. July 47. The contest will at Camp La-no-che. set the salary of the

that several of these signers Some growers had to abandon dose at 7 p. m. July 7, Commissioner There will be several week principal of Bunnell High
had requested that their potatoes growing In sections Keene Curnee said end camped during the sum School at $13.000 for the next
names be removed when they that were too wet for today. mer. Also. the Scouts plan to school year.

learned the type of project "digging". attend three professional Miss Carman A. Vlscotl. De
The contest will Include baseball
planned It games. land was employed as teach.
Is reported that leveralhundl'f'd
fish caught from the Municipal Plans are being made for
er at Bunnell School thert"rOmmmd.ttlon
Smith upon
Raymond requestedthe aCrt"lof potatoes will
Pier beglnling on July 4. two sessions of Court of lion
Commission to furnish be left of Superintendent *
City In the ground due to and 7.
running through July or this week.
water and police and fire rot caused by too much rain Coy Harris.
protection for a trailer park together with a now end of Prizes given in the fishing The Board asked Superin
he planned to build Just east the season price. tournament will Include a six TAG SPAGHETTI tendent Harris to be excused

of BunnelL After some discus. Weather conditions have months pass
slon. Smith suggested that he created a very erratic market the largest fish caught; a 30. THIS SUNDAYThe absence.: It was agreed .to
would get a petition signed to situation and most day pass for the smallest fish write a letter to Superintend
have the area east of Bunnell harvesting later In growersare caught by a child; 3-30 day YAC fund raising din. ent Harris expressing eppre
along Highway 100 annexedto than ever before. year passes for the largest fish ner planned for June 16 has elation to him for the cooperative .
the City of BunnelL caught each day; 3-1 day been postponed until Sunday spirit he had extended to
Normally, growers have passes for the smallest fish June 23 due to the conflict of the Board during his term of
Smith stated that the savings
completed harvesting by this caught by a child. Fathers Day activities. office and to particularlythank
In Insurance would more
time of the year and buyersare The time and him for the
than offset the cost of city A 30 day pass will be given place are the cooperationhe
already beginning to lookto same, 4 to 8 had In the
p. m. at the Hag. given making
taxes. He requested the city each ,day for the largest number
areas further north for late ler Beach City HalL transition from his administration .
have their attorney prepare of fish caught during the
potatoes.The Proceeds for the dinner will to that of SUperintend.
the petition for him. The attorney day.
potatoes for market be used to promote summer ent Elect James Craig easily
agreed to prepare the have sold better this year Anyone wishing to enter activities for The Youth Ac. accomplished

petition without cost. than "chipping" potatoes. may contact Commissioner tkm Club of Flagler County, Member Raymon Tucker

County Commissioner Louis Most growers credit the new. Keene Gumee for further In. members of the committee in moved and It was carried to
Steflik appeared before the ly formed North Florida Grow. formation. charge said ask Superintendent Harris to

City Commission to discuss ers Exchange with stabilizingand serve as a consultant to the

the city proposal for the Board keeping prices at a fairlevel STEFUJC TRIO ENTERTAINS STATE CATTLEMEN Board for 10 days In July at
of County Commissioners to throughout most of the his regular salary to assist in
build a parking to the rear season. the completion of annual reports
of the court house. The park. and preparation of the
, Ing lot could be used for over REV. TAYLOR APrOl1'fTEDlsnJC1" budget
flow crowds on court days employee .
SECRETARY
parking overflow park. ACTING NEWS EDITOR
ing for events at civic center Reverend Oliver Taylor, Readers will welcome back
of the First United W
pastor
and football and relieve
games Mrs. ii(. B. Fuller former editor
Methodist Church of Bunnell.
parking congestion on
and publisher of The
Church Street between the was appointed District Missionary .
.lY .
Flagler Tribune who' is serving
Secretary of the Defend
court house and post office.No
as news editor this week
District at the Florida
w .
. decision was made except Annual yI / while )1... Bette McDaniel Is
Conference held In
that the City Commissioners 1' vrat's
vacationing at
Flagler Beach.
Lakeland June 58. lie Is also
asked County Commls.
a member of the Conference
sioner Steflik to to his
convey Board of Missions. LODGE AND STAR
Board their Intent to
cooperate TO HOLD SUPPERPREENTATIONS
The function of the District
with county plans. Missionary Secretary is to coordinate
Steflik dlscused with the the. program of missions
A
Joint announcement was
City the possibility of moving
and church extensionby .
made
by
Worthy Matron Carolyn
the dry dump to the county education And cultivation. Scott and
owned pit Just off Highway Worshipful
The Methodist Mission
program
; Master George English of the
100 near Alligator Branch.
1 Includes World Service Eastern Star
The dry asked Steflik to obtain < and Conference Benevolences The Steflik Aooordlan 'Trio furnished .dinner music at the Bunnell Lodge for Chapter a Joint and

.a proposal from the Methodist Committee of Over annual banquet of ,the Florida State. Cattlemen's Association per party at BunneU Civic sup
County Board.
seas Belief and National;Con. held In Daytona Beach last week. Shown left to right, are Daniel, Center on Friday, Jane 21st.
The City Commlssiori agreedto ference. and District Mission
Donna and David Steflik. sons and daughter of Mr. and Mrv The supper is opera to all
Increasing the salaries of projects.Rev.
Frank Steflik, Jr, BunneU. members arid Ihelr guests.Food .
Miss Barbara Smythe. city Taylor will attend a
clerk and Herbert Anderson Jurisdictional Workshop on The Cattlemen's Convention was Jointly hosted by the Flag committee.will be prepared by the

city policeman by $23 a Missions at Lake Junaluska. ler Cattlemen's Association and Volusla County Cattlemen's Reservations should be

month effective the first of North 'Carolina from July Association. The local president Lyman L. Cage and County made to Henry N. Scott. P. O.

June. 1521. Agent Don Jordan served! on the arrangements committee. Box u.&. BunnelL



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I
IS THE TIME
I
Several month ago we had the opportunity to report that U. S. D. A. Choice
the City of BunneM had obtained' Federal approval ** have a
community audit made. The cost would be $11,390 and the fed
era) government agreed to pay two third of the cert leavingthe lb. 49
CIty only $3712 to expend on the audit

This community audit would be accomplished by a pro.
fessional planning concern from Tallahassee working under U. S. D. A. Choice
the approval and supervision of the Florid Development Com.
mission. Briefly, this audit would do three things:
59
ell It would make a MAmmary of existing facilities such
as streets, roads housing zoning, utilities, public faeiftties. etc.
121 It would project what would be needed In the future yean to
maintain a progressive' community. (3) It would outline plans Lyke's "Sugar Creek SMOKED (6-8 Ib. Arg.) SLICED FREE
to put these recommendations into effect.

This was a very forward moving step on the part of the
Bunnell City Commission. PICNICS lb. 39tyke's

r When the eight members of the Chamber of Commerce
spent one day visiting with The Florida Development Commission
In Tallahassee last month we found out that Flagler
County is not even being considered for industrial growth because .
we do not have any type of community audit "Sugar Creek"FRANKS Lyke's "Sugar Creek" PURE PORK

The State Development Commission has no information on
hand to submit to Industrial prospects. They do not know SAUSAGE

about our highways, utilities, Industrial sites hospital schools,
plans for sewage, water system, taxes, cost of land labor sup 12 oz. 396 lib. 39C
ply. etc. They told us, frankly, though nicely that they cannot Cello Pkg. h
help us until we get ready to help ourselves.
Last week a local area development committee headed by Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2i -21; lb. Art.) LIMIT 2 ri bvvjc.Ib. .

Tom Lenssen met with the planning engineer from the firm
contracted to do the Bunnell audit He advised the committeethat '
since they would have all facilities set up to do the Bun Whole 29'
nell Job, they could do the entire Flagler County audit for an .
approximate $3000.

This is an opportunity too good to pass up. And, t* could
be our last chance. We are one of the few counties that has not
made an effort for community audit and planning. We can look SMOKED HAM SHANKS- $ f 00
around us at Clay. Bradford and Union Counties-all small I PIG TAILS-TURKEY WINGSLbs.. I
but growing rapidly Industrially. All pJ'OII'8Ils a result of their
planning. We too must plan.

Our area development committee is enthusiastically promoting Large Juicy

the Idea of the county wide planning. All they need ea.39 RED & WHITEEVAPORATED
is $3000. When we need -public" money we usually think first WATERMELONS
of the Board of County Commissioners. And, the County Board
MILK
has been generous to the Chamber of Commerce.'

However, for whatever it is worth this writer would like Welchade Quart

to suggest a three way split of the $3000 needed The County GRAPE DRINK Each 29c 8 Cans Tall I $J*,00
$1000 if the of
Board might be willing to provide City FlaglerBeach
would provide $1000 and the businessmen' in the Chamber Limit 8 with
Nabisco 12 oz. Box $5.00 or more food order
of Commerce provide: $1000.
VANILLA Each MMnannBimmmmvmmoaauaan ..
Flagler Beach has an even greater future for developmentthan WAFERS 35e
does Bunnell and could obtain a bargain to Included{

In the audit for $1000. Duncan MinesBROVVN.E 15Vi oz. Pkg. HUNGRY JACK
Surely then, the businessmen could provide the other $1000 For
by either contributions or assessments. After all, the business MIX 3 8ge
man everything to gain. BISCUITSv
Stretchee "Iron On Transfers'
The opportunity Is too great to be passed by. This may be

the decision forward.to either remain stagnant or more forward. J.tt'smo'"e Funny FRONTS (5aE:13I) 29c 9 19*


John A. Clegg
MAXWELL HOUSE
A WORD ON DRUGSDrug speech and Impaired judg

use In the United ment can Indicate excessiveuse INSTANT COFFEE
of barbiturates. Rapid FROZEN
States has become an Increasingly FOODS _
serious problem pulse, restlessness, muscular '
twiches, heayv sweating, bad 6 oz. Lake
not only from the standpointof 79C Okeechobee 1 |Ib pi.-
breath talkativeness andoveractivity Jar ,
the users but of Innocent FRESH
are signs of amphetamine Ea.
"bystanders. No one will CATFISH
ever know the number of innocent abuse. Marijuana Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order WATER 69c
smoking typically leads to increased .
lives that have been Mr. C
taken in traffic accidents, for appetite and a craw 9 oz. Pkg.
example, as the result of auto ing for sweets. The abuser of FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH FRIES <-
drivers operating vehicles marijuana Is often apathetic lOc
while under the influence of listless and careless In his Fancy No.1OKRA _
drugs. personal habits. Marijuanaand
The American Medical Association LSD also cause the eyesto lb 29C OUR VALUESHORTENING
Council on Mental dilate widely. Dark glasses
Health has Issued some facts sometimes are worn, even at Calif. SunkutLEMONS
about drugs. It points out that night to hide the effect. Pin.
drugs can be harmful If taken point pupils signal possibleuse D" 39e
In excess or under the of heroin or other narcotic 3 lb.
wrong conditions. The Council drugs, so are needle marks on SWEET Juicy Tin 39c
says the problem of abuse arms or legs.
usually Involves drugs which What can you do about PLUMS lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
can cause dependence. It then drug abuse The AMA Council Zge
names the narcotics such as on Mental Health sug-
heroin morphine, codeine, If'Surry: to help the victimseek
sedatives Including barbiturates medical treatment.II you
(often called "goof are aware of Illegal traffic In
balls"); the hallucinogens, drugs, notify the police or oth
like LSD and marijuana. er appropriate authorities."

Anyone, regardless of ageor
economic status, can develop CARD OF THAlf XS ;[.I 1!] Liii II
a dependence: on certain I would like to take this 'Ml II 11I
drugs by taking them regularly opportunity to thank my II
particularly if the amountis flrends and neighbors for I I I
increased and the interval thier many acts of kindness t III
they are taken Is shortened. during my recent Illness. it I I
Certain clues that Indicate I deeply appreciate the OPEN SUNDAYS t I Phone 437-3227

growing dependency on drugs many cards flowers, gifts 8.00 a. .-1:00 p.m. U.S. No 1 BUNNELL
can be spotted: Lack of muscular and visits.
: coordination muddled John Lutton Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good June 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24, 1968 '


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BUNNELL aM thasos to tile ....... 3-TMC rtJtQCJHt TBlBgMC: TKVM. JULIE M. I.6tBVKMSLX. 4

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SCHOOL the AaaaeIoan Chaise lsds y.B.hso Ottjt About OurServicemen: ,

HONOR ROLL >Dr. .... aa..wrsd. I PLACE IN OLYMYMfpattmpa I

a siipplmiiHal .a.** ts Dr. BNSda ..... Ill" BttW).
Priwdp.i. .... D. $stdag ftMil An**. U F Caiisa et I
.Laad kits. Tlessens
tie lira! a AWAMCB rvarue JIMM'
aa.rsiasss hisdielrhe, to support .kM gro-
Ml far the IMC 6 weeks aie4- t.< I* tile Jirstiar
)lit attempting t* luwtencandthe Major A. S. MeynoMai USMiMtee
heM atParrs 1 ....
OIlBSflii
ing pstts "9* mate .. he! MotlMinlcal 1 beets of Mfcb Carps, leas WneWnM49V
GI' .sp Mutant rsstrst ftf UL a -aeWVH. M laebs.atetN.r! M.wday.
a fflH OTMjr IB CMKWIMwttfc tN* PWpte. iPMkffthtg -
All these ..H. aw .....k Npartbl
.a average e< 90 or bitter tn the biochemlouy of the MejIw Biya.Ids.. Maths-id .t
kale Tti..
HI aM
fWrI ...... arudrus of the ... "Welk ./ KIte ...... Vh4w.ws, kussod .
r Meet Iw a-rwae.r Oft JwIr
l-O-U tests nature wk rsgrriss 18tk.Ba. when the .brswbst M was aa.

the very highest expertise willcveo4naliy dared ts WM dUI'' lilt! r. sr-
Tony Parker'+ ) had 4s CMIf \sander.Msnd1ag TewaMM Mae'e'd a bombing M4a.. Me was
&t G&A fttt standing long iMHMi
Sue BroadawayUn4a of the NMfIII8 p.. token Ie a tIfokI hostital for
and tied in
running long
MeNeb ees and ways in which the di- medical treatment and FP' .4,
and fifth in Softball
9hon NaGary Sal+ysrds the MMhAaiaJ d jump in 49
lease may OU WTTVTWW a Dr. turned to active duty
FISHING LINEBy tfHvw.
Buckles Fomen saM. hours. This is a seeead Pufrie
Ruby Louden placed seeeod
Naney HatgeK AI Zamba Heart award for the Marine
in softball threw seeeftd jn
tenet Hataes7S
tooth Pier
SAVINGS BONDINTEREST FlogUr Major.
slnetput and third In high
Bet Motherly Fishing on the pier this : Major Reynolds left June

INCREASES past week has been fair witha jw p. jW for DM second indrttnVicFj1 t
Barbara Thomas placed second
few catches of bass, whit. tow of duty in Vietnam after
Betty SMfMkBlat'Re The Interest Increase' for in 440 May team and
and live spending' ten day leave with
lag pompano using
Tucker United States Saving Bends third in softball throw'
bait his father, Angus S. Reynolds, 1 1at
MfaMe mMM and Freedom Shares Is expected
Mailaelond Pier Flagter Beaeh.
Catherine Harris to lead to stimulated HUNTING-riSKING
A few catches of trout (-0-) (
Susanne Nelsen sales of the bonds and notes .
whiting using shrimp andcut LICENSES ON SALE IN BASIC TRAININGPvt.
UIaAHflt according to Mr. Ray L. Mercer
l4ekae Volunteer County Chairman mullet Fishing from the Netke was given that himtIng Martin Tucker son of

Nancy Creal Bryan of the Savings Bonds piefs this. week has been fakeDnil' and fishing licenses went Mr. and Mrs. LesHe -ru.k.....

Stella WeaverDenise t'OfRfRiHfoe. Elbow Fish Camp on sale June 14-th for the year Haw Creek .Is stationed at

T. A. Eatmn, operator of 19G8-69. Fort Polk, La. for US Army
Tucker The interest boost effective
the camp tells us Ashing in Licenses can be obtained at basic training. Pvt. Tucker's
Deberan White June 1, raised the interestrate
th river this pait week has
address is
the following places: County new :
Ronald
Herring on Series "ET and 1i"Savings
been very good with bass, Judge's Offlce. Flagler Hardware Pvt. Leslie Tucker USHTOGOeS
Barbara Cewart Bonds from 4.15

percent drum, whiting either cut mullet Dunn Brothers, Flagler Co. B 5th Bn. 2nd BTCBDE
Christine Higgiftbotham to 4.35 percent Interest
or live shrmlp. Fish Camp. Fort Polk. La. 71459.
DoRM StefHfc on Freedom Shares (U. S.
Mr. Martin Griner from Pa- I
Davey Solomon Savings Notes) went from
in 11
latka, brought bass avg. I
Debbie Meekins 4.74 percent to 5 percent compounded f\\
out at 8 IDS. and 1 drum
Wadswerth semi when
Cherry annually weighing 94 Ibs. Mrs. J. T. '
4.6 held to maturity. With both Douglas and Mrs. Woods from Keep It Beautiful
Instruments the I Increase
Rob Cewart was Jax brought in 16 bass avg.
Jay Rodgers' to the full legal limit. about 6 Ibs.. 42 drum avg. If America hired people for the job. it would take the

Randy Herring Mr. Mercer" also pointed out about 3." Ibs. largest sort of army to keep our country free of l litter. ;

Marcy Strickland that Freedom Shares may now Jack Cheung's FUh Camp But there's no need to hire anyone. It's a Job we can

Dottle Tucker be purchased across the counter Jack reports very good do for ourselves. AD of us. Every family that spreads a -

Billy Creal from qualified Issuing catches' of bass being caught picnic lunch. Every boatman who cruises the lakes and

Debbie Holdridge agents such as banks and sav on cut mullet. waterways. Every motorist who uses our roads and J

Jan Ferryman logs and loan associations. George Curry and Herbert highways. ,

Chip Brooks They must be bought In combination Bray of Palatka, brought In It is the pleasure of the U. S, Brewers Associationeach

Lisa Hall with the Series" "E" 13 bass avg. out at 5 Ibs. year to give its fullest support to the Keep America

Chuck Harding Bond In amounts equal to or Tom Simpson, St. Augus
Beautiful Campaign.} Remember: Every Litter Bit Hurts.
Paula Klwala less than the Series "ET pur tine brought In a 11 lb. bass. Thin: Is our land. Let's treat it right.
Susie Sparkman chase. Motonsos Inlet

Rhenda Williams The bass are running very UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Wally Wilkins ATTENDING' SHORT good at the Inlet Catches being P.O. BOX 273.WINTER PARK FLORIDA 32789BUNNELL

made from the banks and
Larry Thompson
COURSE AT U. OF F.
Sherry Buckles from boats on the west' side of 1

Dale Clegg Miss Colleen Tucker and the bridge. Most of the bass

Tammy Robertson Miss Carol Lynda Townsendleft being caught from the north 1J

Daphne Rodgers Sunday to attend a week bank. J

Kathy West of study at the University of Surf Fishing *.

Florida School of Journalism, Surf fishing Is still off al. !

ACS RESEARCH Gainesville, Florida. though some bass are being

They will serve' as editorsof caught at the rocks.
GRANT AWARDEDThe the Bunnell High School Bugs Fish Camp I

Good catches of bass northof
American Cancer Society Annual. The Plnt"& next
has awarded an Institution. year. marker 109 being caught.
Mr. Hart, Jax. brought In 6
al Research Grant to the
bass 6 Ibs.. live :
University of Florida in the FLORIDA INCOME avg. using I
bait Between Sam Gamce
amount of 30000. The announcement
INCREASESThe and E. Edward of Jax. they
was made by
brought In 7 bass and 1 trout.
John J. Fomon, M. D.. Miami per capita personal Income
The trout weighed' 7 Ibs,
President of the Society's of FlorIdians of $2.796
all live .
one shrimp.POP
last closer
Florida Division. year came a step
to the naional of $3,-
average
The University of Florida Is 11rL/ '
137. the Florida State Chamber

the state second to receive Institution this unique In the of Commerce pointed out I ART OR ARTIFACT? /

in Its Weekly Business Review
type of grant from the Amer.
lean Cancer Society. A similar released yesterday.
"One Indication of this im
grant Is in effect at the University .
was a 6.9 cent
provement per
of Miami at Coral
.
Increase in the nor.Idlan'
average ..
Gables. One of the purposesof
Income last year over
these grants is to encourage
1966 compared with a national -
new minds and new ideasin -

the field of cancer research, average gain of 53 per CUSTOM KITCHENS

according to Fomon. cent.in
addition, if the Fieri
The grant effective from dlan's Income were stacked 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

July 1. 1968 through June 30,
beside the national average, BUNNELL, FLORIDA
1969 is administered by a the Florldlan's dollars would tai,

local committee of University stand 89 per cent as high as FREE ESTIMATESBAR I

scientists. If an Investigator the national average. During FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS
wants to try out a new research each of the previous three'

idea, develop a tangential years It stood at 88 per cent BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS

idea to his main line of the national figure. LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

of endeavor, or engage in "Floridians also bettered Is this funs erciMsUfkol dig Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving

research on a part-time basis their position in relation to gngt! sr ids tv4!. .f .n .vmfgorrfs BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST
he may apply to the local Institutional citizens of several other states.In sculptor Actually, it's a BARS

Grant Committeeof 1960 the average per capita piece sf special glassware .... Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts

the University for funds. Income of Floridians was by ..,I..n In IBM's B.ut
Progress reports are submit. $1,970 a figure which ranked .lora ted to the local committee 30th among the 50 states. .d.,.,." .. help list the Most orders filled within IS working days. Now Serving

mttals and plastics which .r. all areas la 75 mil rod. of BiuuMlL

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rZJlCLER TRISCTCS THUHS. TZT.X ZZ 1963 rail.,!>>! I' CT-- !: YOUTH ACTION WONAn WMHIIIG CLW MEETSCTWEtMEWAf

MEETS TOIHONTThe

AD :'I.J. D.\r.-n L:: :!.:\D ILO Friendly Circle of the CLUB SPONSORS
Woman's Out
First Metfcfritrt Chute* rf The Flagler "
THREE CONTESTS will noM a 'WrP*** meet*
Bunnell will meet ti night
June 36 at 11 a. m.
'Thareuay) at the fcsme el Tk* Youth Action Out of 'lac 8ft el 1M

Mrs. Wanda Mercer on Jbrtfc FUfter County are .......- Gif ..adthe srr4th Jofy

Anderson street TV time fc Ins three cofrtesta in CHHWCtton psberth i will w =:'tr....

sot for eight o'clock. with the Fourth of July
CeHIe wtII MM'f'M
a sen****"
Celebration at Flatter Beaeh.MM .
eh Pma4were
by the **
Andy Yetvtngten ef MUmivisited Platter' County CeMMt.
made at the lost
her a s4wrt time Mutt OsMeat. and a Fie* f.a.nj s
-
Tuesday wttti Mr. aM MM. Jufla4n. ContestAll contests t IMMIMM m' 'sg-

M. B. Fuller He was enroute will be in the City Park on

to Gevetan-d. Ofefo. wheee he July 4.The OUR ACHILLES

will be employed. He will be Mutt Contest to scheduled

Joined by Kb wife and familyIn for 4 p. m. and there will HEELIt

about two weeks." be four categories. The Best
wasn't so many years ago
Looking Best Trained Ugliest well have
S. might
U.
that the
Glenn Miller Sr.. is In the Mutt and Best Dressed. Entry coastal nation.
Bunnell General: Hospital for fee will be SOd for each dog. been called a
lived
medical He is in Its Inhabitants largelynear
treatment All ages may be entered.A .
built
tile sea. They ships
room 105. Frog Jumping contest' will
and sailed them. The people
be staged at 5 p. m. in the
understood ships they were
Mr. aDd Mn. Richard Can
Park with five age groups In
of them knew hem by
proud
trell and two grand childrenof cluded. Three to seven years,
name and where they went
Orlando were visiting here eight to fourteen years; fifteen
the world. Young
throughout
Monday with relatives. to nineteen years; and
men followed the sea The U.
twenty years and up. Entry
)Ir. and Mrs. Mark Hanna S. Clipper ships were known
for
fee will be 25c each frog. ,
the world They became
around
have as their guest their Defining at 6 p. m.. will be
central characters In
grandson Ricky McNeil ofMemphis. the Miss Flagler County Contest
fact and fiction. They were
Tenn. Their son
Each must
young lady. spoken of with pride by our
Tommy Robertson has also
be sixteen to of
twenty years
citizens. Today, it Is a safe
arrived
for here
a furlough
age to qualify and must be
bet that you couldn't name a
wit h thrm.fro .
business firm
sponsored by a
U. Si ship.
wle .M v
w organization or club. TheIpoMal'
) and Mrs. Shelton Brooks will have to pay an As a nation that dependson

and son, Chip have returned e ntry fee of $6.00. Those wishing ships to move its productsof
to their home here after a visit to enter farm and factory to countries
may secure more
with their son in law and Information by calling Marcia around the world, we are

daughter Drs. Zelda and Joe Johnston at 437-3573. largely dependent on foreign

MUNRO HANSONMiss Smith of Doling Green Ky. vessels. Since we are a mar.

rled pink and white carna There are many other activities itime nation, this is sheer fol.

Doris Gail Munro, Park tions. Mrs. Brian Hanson, sis- )ft. and Mrs. Andrew Zale- scheduled for the day Iy in peacetime and holds the

Forest, 111. and Mr. Danrel tre in law of the bridegroom wskl have as their house which will include the Annual seeds of disaster in a military

Richard Hanson Ormond was matron of honor and Miss guests their son and daughter Fireworks Display at emergency High military and

Beach, were married in the a Anne Bourne, Flagler Beach, In law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard nightfall, and a street dance civilian officials are callingon
service at
candlelight
Flagler Beach Methodist was bridesmaid. They were Zalewskl and two children, both being provided by the Congress for a strengthen

Church Friday evening, June dressed Identically to the Jimmy and Nincy, or Indianapolis City of na!tIn Beach. ing for the U. S. Merchant Ma.
maid of honor.
Ind. rive in the most forceful Ian.
7. Rev. Reynold Hoover, grand
father of the bride performedthe Brian was his brother's best guage they can command.

double ring ceremony. man. Ushers were John Mun John Hardln is reported to HENRY ROBERTSON Leading steamship line of

Mrs. Inn Crenshaw was organist ro. brother of the bride; Jack be a patient In the hospital WEDDING DATE SET flcials. most notably those

and Miss Kathy Bourne Dunlaw and William Nero n. Macdenny. August 7 has been chosenas from a group of 13 companies

and Mrs. Bernie Wilson were University friends, and Lee the wedding date of Miss operating 270 regularlysch*

soloists. Bourn Flagler lIfoach.FolIO'A1nr Rebecca Darnell Robertsonand eduled' ships in U. S. foreign

The bride is the daughter KATHY WEST WINS Mr. Marvin Wayne Henry trade from all coasts are doing

of Mr. and Mrs. John )lunro, there the ceremony NEW TORE TRIP whose engagement has one of the most Import.
was a reception In the
Park Forest, Ill. Her husbandis church been announced by her par. ant selling jobs in this roun.try's
hall.
fellowship Out of
the son of Mr. and Mrs. town relatives Kathy West daughter of ",ts. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd O. history. They are workIng .
included Mr. Mrs. Marie West of Bunnell to show that
Robert Hanson, 8 Raymonde Robertson. we are a
and Mrs.
T. A. Hanson Lon and Lawrence West of Orlando maritime nation- They travel
Circle, Ormond Beach. OnL The wedding will be at the
don. grandparents of th Cbridegroom Is the winner of Brannam'sindependent from city to
Escorted by. her father, the Mrs. First Methodist Church of city showing different
Phyllis
bride wore a long A line bead. ; Grocery Association Bunnell at seven o'clock In regions, with cold fig.
Rooney Jacksonville aunt of
ed, empire gown of taffeta the bride; and Stewart Bal-1 Store trip to New York the evening with Reverend urea, their dependence upon

and nylon chiffon. Her long brack Warren, HI., cousin of City. The four day all expense Oliver Taylor officiating. foreign trade They have developed .

veil was caught to a tiara of the bride. trip includes the and her All friends and relatives are a Trade Expansion

pearls and she carried a bouquet After a wedding trip to mother cordially invited to attend Program tallor made to national

of white roses. Nassau the couple will be at F the wedding and the receplion needs at a time when

Miss Julia Balbach. cousin home 605 N. W. 13th Terrace.Galnesvile which will. fellow the Increased exports have becomea

of the bride from Warren III., Florida. Both are ceremony at the Bunnetl Civic necessity. They are working

was maid of honor. She worea students at the University of Center to reawaken pride in the U. S.

blush pink gown and car- Flolda. maritime tradition. The Clip
per ships have passed Into

ATTENDS WEDDING Mrs. Jim Craig has return THOMAS history but underestimation

lit PALATXA ed home after a visit in Belle E. WELLS of our maritime needs could'

Those from Bunnell attending Glade with her son In law r Lake Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wells Jr.. be the Arrhllles heel of U. S.
the Freeman Park, are the parents of
Forsythe and daughter Mr. and Mrs. security
wedding In Palatka Saturday BUI Deen Jr. and two daughters. a six pound son born June 12

evening were Mrs. Lee Blake. at tiie Good Samartlan Hospital

ly. Miss Margie Lee Blakely, Mrs. Bill Deem, Sr. is visitIng Riverla Beach.<<

Bob Hlllman, Mrs. Edward with them there this Maternal grand parents are
Hawkins and daughters, Tru week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace xEw rouRORITEf

dy and Tanya, Mrs. John Clapp Harbor Oaks. The paternal L 1SE 1

Clegg and Miss Karen Clegg. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Faulting grand parents are Mr. XRIRC TOUR '
and Mrs. Tom Wells
of Flag -
and 81RTNWOMTN
family of Leesburg are Kathy and Mrs. West will ler Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dur- spending he summer at
leave Orlando
by Jet on June
ranee and daughters RebecCa Flagler Beach. Mrs. Paullling
24 along with winners and
and Leona' Ann and Mrs.
will be remembered as the
Leona Knight, leave during former Miss June Brown of their mothers representing BARNES SEA
other IGA
stores In Florida.
the weekend for a visit In Bunnell.Mr. FOODOPEN

Cape Girafdeau. Clarkton and

Naylor Mo. where they will and Mrs. Jim Cartmlll BARBER ENJOYS FAMILY ALL SUMMER
PICNIC
visit with relatives and and young son of Tampa arevisiting THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY
friends.Mr. The J. D. Barber family enJo -

home in at Flagler the Allen Beach summer and >"ed a Fathers Day picnic FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.

and get-to-gether at the Bu-
and Mrs. Mike
Ensley with her
parents, Mr. and
low State GET MOM
Park
and Sunday. OUT OF THE
children Mark and"Chip" Mrs. A. B. Johnston.Mr. Those KITCHEN
of Flagler Beach, recently attending IncludedMr.
visited Forbidden Cav. and Mrs. J. D. Barber SPECIAL

errs Scierville. Tenn. They and Mrs. J. H. Suther- Mrs. Bernice Barber Miss Anna

were vacationing in the area and and family of V'ero Belle Barber and Miss Sue Southern Fried ChickenWith

visiting other points of interest Beach spent the past weekend Chomey of Bunnell; Mr. and

at the Elsenbach home Mrs. Carlisle Bird of Seville; Homemade
Flag Biscuits and
Mrs. Honey
Per Beach. Claude Varn of St. Augustine

; Mrs. J. H. McKnlght All You Can Eat

House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Helen Sullivan Jr., and Bung McKnlght of $1.50
fEast
was
n
Mrs. Duane Deen are their Flagler Beach.
cousins Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Palatka Wednesday the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Homemade Clam
Van Cott of Ramesy. N. J. Henderson Sr. A. LevBrannam returned' ChowderFRESH

They are recently retired and the Houseguests of home durlnZthe weekend after
Hendersons
are planning to reside In Flor were Mr. and a short visit In Washing
Mrs. Jim Henderson Jr. and SEA FOOD
FRESH
ida. three ton D. C with his son In law FISH
young daughters.Mr. .
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. CHOICE
Duane Deen is in Boca Ra David Shields. T-BONE STEAKS
and Mrs.
Move Atkinson

ton attending the .
summer session
of the Florida Atlantic the weekend of Griffin, Georgia were Mrs. Anna Jarosz left this FROG LEGS VEAL CUTLETSCOME
guests of Mr. and
University where he is
doing Mrs Jeff week for a'Islt of tour
work on his Master Degree. CockrelL months in Warren Michigan AS YOU ARE

with her daughter Mrs. Mrez
PARTIES
and family. INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS

Mrs. Leona Knight had asher Mrs. Frank Smith of Lyons, PHONE 8234M98 .
or 821W48S
house guests several days Georgia Is visiting with her John Johnston. Dan Cody, I

last week her nephew and sister Mrs. Peggy Jenkins at and Zachery Holland Mt Monday South of SL Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Mark the W. D. Jones Home
on An for Abraham Baldwin j At Moultrie
Sign
-
on rightIr.
of
Thompson Augusta Ga. derson Street College In Tlfton, Ga.

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RIft MeNl it"! ruoua JCA.CII. CALENDAR OF 5-THE rLAOLSft TRIBUNE TOTM. JUNE M. MM

ON MANS LIST WATER K.AKT EVENTS

BtiiSJf MeKMM. MM ., Mr. OTEBATOB CEtTHTBB Tl'ssd.ry. ,.&. 90 .

aM MIL J. M. M.KnisM, If.. Ptafler Derch City CoiMntssftM ,, L
R- Harbert. Wafer Plant
plaster ss..... has ..a4e tINt ef meets a4 7:80 p. to.Da4Une : ,
Operator. CIty
Des UK at florMa' JttateUMhwratly .... trte..,..Plafssfwater ..... of taytac ... license E J W A A < 't.

with a 44 avers**. ,...... .his data tT wafer tap.Fdey. : ..

Diwsy M tft the Honor pfo ....... -. eeetivi.atgfrsnh !**. *l .

8mm and has CfeBlpttwQ .Rw the He Mtn D.p.tts+s.wt Mentc Lodge a*t gaatern
Junior year In the quarter just on May 23 19*. Mr. Martefti Star supper party at 7:39 p. m.
N.ElttS. JW Ie spending! Ms ...tM Ma certUkaie after at Bennett Civic CfM<<.

stammer vacation at the heave successfully. pawing exammatfem Sunday Jan S3 SHELLSERVICE
of his in In both matttematiea' and
parents Flagler
YAC at
daybyday operattenal problems Spaghetti Supper
Beach.
concerning treatment ofwater. Flagler Beach' Beereatien Hall
The mathematics study from 4 to 8 p. m. PuMte\ Invited

CIGARETTE TAXDISTRIBUTED course began In August 1967 supper charge. 14 1
at the Daytona Beach Junior Moandoy. June 24 .

College and required attending Flagler Beach Liens Club

classes two nights meets at 7:30 p. m. at Rodgers ,
The State Beverage Departments each week. Only persons having Restaurant
reports the following at least two years experience
amounts of tax to be distrib at a public water supply Royal Neighbors. 1003 So. State St. (U. S. 1) BUNNELL. FLA.
uted to municipalities in Flag- system and currently' em'. Tuesday. Jus 2S PHONE 437-3572 ...
let County for April 1968.Bunnell ployed In water quality pro Bunnell Liens Club meetsat
'
$2,444.55 Beverly duction can take the Bunnell Civic Center at
; exam. SERVICE STATION AND SHOP NOW OPEN I
Beach $105.40; Flagler Beach. The examination and certification 12:15 noon.
$76&89; Marineland $151.32; of Water Plant Operators Eastern Star at Masonic From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m., Monday thru SaturdayLET

Painters Hill $6.21. Is a cooperative effort of Temple.

Flakier County will. receiveas the Health Department and Wednesday. June M US CHECK YOUR VEHICLE
their part of the cigarettetax the Florida Water and Pollution Boy Scout Troop 495 Flag
$160.89.F Control Operators Association. ler Beach.
Before InspectionWith

One purpose both have Is to Florida
Cypress Gardensnow
H P WARNSOF gain more knowledge of the
features
an 11 man pyramid
NEW TAGDEADLINE basic scientific principles relating In Its water ski show our up-to-date equipment to test and

to the purification and which is presented four timesa correct your car or truck '
proper protection of water day. 4
supplies and provide sufficient
of ..'Y1 J W. appreciate the opportunity of serving the
quantities high qual-
The Florida Highway Patrol
today reminded motorists IIty water to the consumer at O. F. ALFORD public for the past 22 years and hope to serve you

that the June 20 deadline for reasonable costs. a.f.Itend many more.Shelton.
buying license tags also

brings the final decision' on YAC CLUB ROOM Real Estate Broker Brooks
when, to have can tested un BaaaalL Florida Owner-Operator
der the new statewide motorvehicle OPENS AT BEACH
..
I r
Inspection program.
FOR SUMMER
Colonel H. N. Klrkman Director .
of the Department of The Youth Action Club will

Public Safety said, "If you open their clubroom to mem
have purchased your license ben and guests on Friday
and find the last number on and Saturday evenings from
the tag is four or five you 7:30 to 11:30 beginning this
have only until the end of Friday, June 21. Dancing to
June to have your car Inspect music from records will be BEACH SWIM SUITS

ed." the main feature with plansfor COVER UP f\ by BoN Marie lIMeS
Vehicles' bearing ping pong and other games
new tags
and White (One and two pUcw)
which end In the number six later. Nary S'PEj [
or seven must be inspected The clubroom Is located on '$19.00 and UpI
$g.00 ,
during July, eight or nine In AlA South of the Flagler \ h 1 h :,

August. Zero or one In September Beach Pier, next to pool room.

two or three in October The Adult Committee requests 4,1dS
and special tags are due the parents of memo
In November. Cars will then bers to please volunteer their rlrty"
be checked every six months. services as chaperones for one

Cars may be Inspected before night a month. The Clubroomcan :
their required Inspection not be open without 1

month. New cars and cars being chaperones and a very few ?l1l
brought Into the state for parents have been carrying .
the first time must be Inspected this responsibility alone In
within. ten days after being the past. They are asking all SUNGLASSES
registered In Florida. parents o cooperate In this re 1
sponsibility.The by Sutain as seen in Vogue
Vehicles must be reinspect- Club room Is also In Optically Approved Lenses $8 and Up
ed when. Involved In an accident
need of (chairs tables,
causing damage to any
lounges, etc. Please
of the equipment required to games
contact Mrs. Keene Gurnee or F
be In good working order by
Mrs. Bernie Wilson at Flag r
the Inspection program according
ler Beach If you have any
to the patroL
Items to contribute. 1 .
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run SALo bedroom house, 1
built on 200x110 lot on Hwy. -
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CLASSIFIED
100. Contact Julius R. Powers, ,' ; .
ADVEITISINGII 608 Southerland Road Bruns ,.1 /
wick. Glynco. Ga. 31320. Ph. 6 ,
1-912-263-6034. June 13 3 tp. 4'-'

FOR SALE2 bedroom frame .. .1
house 360000. Centrally lo --

cated corner Jot, Railroad and
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
ONE GROUP
Palm. Bunnell Call 437-3370
fields Installed; RMa Roter "BATHING
Reasonable after 4 p. m June 13 2tc TOTE BAGS
snail shell prices.
Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 Users of Rawlelgh Products In CAPS FOR THE BEACH

8-1-tf Flagler County or Bunnell $4.00 and $5.00 Special $1.99

need service. No capital or experience
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet necessary. Write

us help beautify Flagler Rawlelgh FLF-360-876 Memphis
County. Large variety of ever Tenn. June 13-20, 2tp. Assorted Sizes and Colors $395 and Up
greens palms, hedge plants PLAY SHOES
54 miles S of Bunnell on FOR SALE-A K C Labrador
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfe Retrievers 6 mo. old. males Famous makes in assorted sizes and colors 331/3 off
and females. Edwin Thurlow SLACKS
FOR SALE Rent or Lease 430 Lambert Flagler Beach.
2 bedroom Florida room. 4392538. 6-20-21 p. MIX OR SHORT SETS Junior and Mistey Sixes $599 Set

beach house with carport. Ph. MATCHSUMMER
Child's formica table
437-3472. Mar. 7-TFC New top
and two upholstered chairs Assorted Colors and Styles $399
FOR SALE-2 bedroom house. $1150. New 3 piece child's STRAW HANDBAGS
Corner Moody Blvd. and For plastic table with 2 scoop

sythe St. BunnelL PV.e chairs 1150. Jerry's Furni
268-6150, Mandarin Fli. eta ture. Old Dixie Hwy. 2 milesS.
collect calls accepted. {Corona, Ph. 437-3752 Itc.

4tp May 30 *: June 6-13-29( HELP WANTED-Retai sales !I

part time or full time. Call
Purebred German Shepherds. 439.2358. 6-20-2tp.
sired by Kaiser all females _
$30.00 each. Phone 4392014. Demonstration Toys and Gifts. .

June 20, Itc Party Plan. Work now til NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE BUNNELL, FLORIDA

Waitress Wanted-Apply The Christmas or write high"Santa's commissions.Call Parties'. STORE HOURS 9:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. DAILYpl
Chicken Pantry. Phone -437-
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which as* net towns* orpUliwd es- -THC: n.A*.U TWMHL TfHW. JWMC 31. $991

I by taws physios!

Too Late CHURCH law*. (unity ht .***.o an tadtvidual or a froup
I who worship God a* the only Pr
To Classify NEWS one worth a total ......- j.
.p ment of one' I.... It i* the t F
1fT ...... lFnrllland commmtAff of onus self to .

Him who ha orderly. csvated
while Itstnnf -
strt thought Sermon
Weekly the iMtvstse. but to stttl concerned ,
** the new
of Ute individual'sw
M to ...hey the B.ar". Rot Oliver F. Taylor. fetter +ertlt,
tilth Jay. W in pit of ....,-
aWe BtuuisU Methodist Church Superstition to cawed, .by alack
tag Sasakay ha been
toe .. >.war4 .......-c foNet RELIGION AND MACHC of understanding of aproper
..... the record show we aredestroying relationship with God
our valuable forests Christianity is a religion through Jesus Christ ACMlettan'
and net magic We "have all life should glorify
at
than
at a faster dip
been fascinated by the mgk God and not degrade It. "Do
any tune in ow history.Try .l from time to time whenK net turn to medium or wizards f "
to vtMMttse a strip two deal wtth trick or sire ; do not seek' them out. ...
and a half mile wide across of hand. However, true relic- to be doMed' by them: I am
our nation from New York to ten may contain things which the Lord your God." Leviticus
Son Francisco a* devastated we do not fully understand at 19:31.. / t
burned out American forest* present, but It doe not deal -- --- .. .-
and you wit. realize how little with those thing whim areconstantly Three types of brilliant hybrid t ,,...... b .'/
moat of us respect conservation contrary to normal bougainvillea at Florida Outside view of the newly constructed museum located In
and protection of our forest Cypress Gardens are growing around the
walk
life.The a wooded jetting at Balow State Park. Visitors
resources. Such a strip represents supernatural deals as high in the air as a three glass enclosed museum and view the exhibits and artifact
the loss we have experienced wholly with those things story building.
I from forest fir... which are being displayed behind the glass.

Can America stand such a .
loss and still endure for long ; ; : .... f''"'f' LAND
Wliaf Th rW Y" f"E "
A chap in Chicago who has ,. : ,' \ ..1. re"' :. LH'Vifi,, w1NL
net paid incomes taxes for : _. P: .
.
.tOe' ::
the 10 has dared / '
past year .
,
1IA0w"'"" Y -
him tuIT BOUT .. ,
the government to take .
to court claiming that he i 1....AHaSTCClOF Teti MOCtR'tI \
will refuse to pay his taxesas I TAILOGCP WIT PC&6NEP W WXT)
long as thousands of tax- I II H THE I65OS WAS CONftPCCFABOUTINlTSTUVie.BUTWTrWTHE+ > /... '>

free groups co-ops colleges, I \ ,,,- .'
churches and foundations operating ADVENT Of THE AUTOM06U.E I..
businesses in directeempetitton .11 MEADS LATER THE DUST PROOF
with honest taxpayers PPOPWTS*OfTH: *NEW CAR SUIT ,. rn::.. =:r I
HELPED COtMNCC WOMH4 THAT THE "
and earning huge '
pro. x g t GUT WAS A WA2PR eE MU6T.
fHs go tax-free If he is wrong /
he should me prosecuted and t. 11 -
sent to Jail if not we should "tHE 1914( na-TCP ,
revise our tax laws. SUIT LOOSi v' r
f. FITTMG NAW BLUE
Hundreds of criminals in "
CB SE OPENED' UP A
the nation's prisons convictedof r NEWERAINCOMiORTAgIE .
?j : 4stwi"The
robbery<< and arson look at y'1 CLCtN1N6t
news pictures of looters and If WAS ABOUND
arsonists doing their stuff ,! I A .TM*TIME THAT
while police and other law \nGt OWn BEGAN PES46NINO Story of the Land" ,Is one of the exhibits on displayat
enforcement officers look on e r\ \\ NEB JEBSEV CJITS TO FKC J. the new museum located at Bulow State Park The museumIs
with indifference, are asking I "U. a app THE n opEQT4 Y' ,; located near the Bulow Ruins. New walkways have been
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why they are in Jail whentheir ___ placed around the ruins for convenience of the visitors-
contemporaries go free. I ifHE rYC1IOtOc A1.EXPLANATION FOR --
Economists tell that THE\ 1920S) 6MT IM 94 THE CTCUttlC in Lori Danner. Paul Stanch
us
America is In a worse financial fOR FEMININE EMANCIPATION.MOSt BIRTHDAY DATA Monday. June 21 Irma
/OWEN MAP CANED TVS P6MTTO
condition today than since VOTE AND IMPROVED THEIR Happy birthday this week to: Deen Jim Moore
1930 with little hope of Improvement LE6AL AND ECONOMC 6TATU ANDTWEIROCTHEfrBCCAAAEVOCE Tuesday June 35 Jimmy
unless we tightenour 1 "t> Thursday. June 20-Charles \Oi-t'I.1Gan Marie Will Eleanor

belt step spending and MMsGULtNE. Rockett. Scott Wilder Larry Shlll. Leona Ann Dur-

Increase taxes. They see wild ,.. .---"Y-. ", Faunl ranee.
Inflation and the devaluationof .. .t ToM _\s44EN l mw Friday. June 21 EugeneChristopher \Wednesda, June 26-Roger
the dollar as the only answer I WOMEN CCCWLPRSNfeIA8ELTHECVM0OLOF Clark. Lee Goodwin Mrs. Raymond
unless we come to our .) APPAREL: LOOK FOR TWIG ." Saturday. June 22-Rob. Peterson.
sense' + i
J PECENCV. FAIR LABOR
Politicians, concerned with STANDARD*AND THC e
votes black and white con \. AMERICAN toWOF UFC
tinue to appropriate billionsIn ** I SAVE- BY-MAlq
the hope that money can Y. // raU&O&tST'FA&HCN& AND YOU: ''WOTCrVt
bring peace at home and v CQY'ifMElt GERt CF.gEOLWW,lLGWV 1S6EVENTIIM, ( Gt
NEW )CYK NI 1C 1000I.
abroad. Interest rate go up, 5 EARN
the stock market goes down V .
and the future is envelopedIn ABOVE AVERAGE
a fog that none seems to
be able to penetrate.In CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. RETURNSWe

the meantime America
continues to assume the role H. CRAIG. Funeral Director Pay Pottage Both Ways

of protector of the whole" hu- JOHN CAPO. Manager
man race and continues to try N a..
and tell the rest of the world AIR OXYGEN
l what It should and should not LADY
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I EQUIPPED
r do. Bureaucrats urge larger ATTENDANT I IIti Itwqr
and more generous appropriations AMBULANCES e4
!""
to aid the poor and
cb
Phon. ID 7-3332
stabilize our national
economy rAUt OfflClt
while In Washington Itself 1E. MOODY BLVa BUNNELt.' FLORIDA "
bums. too K sr
Most of the candidates for ******<*"( ,""...../*..,UJT UJ I t a MU......

office follow the old spend and
spend line and to hell witha
balanced budget. They FILL DIRT SHELL
ATLANTIC HARDWARE
.
warn us that unless we spend
additional billions to rebuildour
c cities and remake the Bulldozer-Dump Trucks- & SUPPLY CO., INC.

world, "'e.1II, be sorry.

America needs somebodythat BackhoeEndfoaderTOMMY SEE OUR SUPPLY OF
realizes that two and
two is four and is ready to DURRANCET.
govern under such a simple ACME PAINTSMOODY

f principle. AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO.

MOVING STUDY Flatter Beach-Tel. 439-2471 i BLVD. FLACLER BEACH

PHONE 439-2303
The Florida Development
Commission recently' voted
9-3 to establish a committeeto .:. -
the feasibility of =- ; :_ C": _= : :". :.
study
moving the commission head 'BINGO 8:00 P. M

quarters from Tallahassee to ON TIMECERTIFICATES
the Central Florida area. 501
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I' :!UID .... :Pfff: : :;
As 501 .. '., '
RB ...... of : .- July I.. .... will M returned amuyeSe4 'tihPAST\ & ::
"' 1 tn., It1.M.'r I
RAPHAEL I.c.a.ed.4aT'il ft'l-.ur. :t.o.. ... .)..... Dw 1M hate ".. ,I.. .... PRESENT i iIli
.ri'.C publ/eatlw :I... I.... ........ of .....a "Bid ut1 JtahUB -
7/ ('.I'III"'.... **

.Ill creditor, of tho .)... of June II. 25. n. July .. its BtotaTW* will het...... at
JA"HAm. HTUKMA*. dtunill a mashing ., tIM ......r II.w 0IIGIt.. 3CKOIM4 .
1.f1lKAL .... ......
,rr hereby notM**) and romrtrodt AMt"EIR4 .. Moa.nlto OartrolWntrtct .
> Ale any claim or damanjdavrhlch at .:.. P. M. of ........,.. J..lyrd. UWT1l'fl1Etill
thor may have "4ffmatid he Ttet: ( Heft W fM RT 155.. at ... oflte ./.mcw OJ TINE JWIIR1M MALNNEIflRLiWtD
.. *.tato In th* then *f th* FLtOatt ('t'STl, FI.ARl: V>cUtoattoM and informationCtfctonSS 17M,IWIQ. 1NIJIi.
ouaty jitdjeo of Fladrtor Cannty.KlorMa. letJAMEs 111. be ....../... by -.-... .
m tIM eoornko*** atHunnll. 1ytM ye.Mt '
norMa wlthto a/s cJ- RSSETiid1PER: hisser ......ot.lephos.. 01..+0100 W"-11' : .
ndar month from MM dinto ofh Plaintiff N o. Mf flit or trmaa U irot nvMlentton of Ihb mv *.. .19lMfj.Tha IIOfiA1D
:ico Bach delta or daanMkdtiuat VBR NIOAM. LOPBK Board r...nr.o the right
hoa writtoc MMI rmuat 0.,...... Is rijaH ar and all bids and 'fI
state ,... nlnaa of ranwanjo* sad SOTH is To Diiiril1 to tofnrmalltta to t
,i.<>.'- mc* odd.o* of wa .....- THE E',.ft 0.. 70: fig. with or wNhout cano*. I
nt and moot : sworn to hyhf \'lUIC>>(frA )(. I/"or .. iMift any ../.... In MA71IPW. RAW FiERMAa
: claimant : naant or hi* r. O. Rot 34 w ar In port, that in lIe
,no....,.. or It will iniiin v.44Uatod .... ... MoMh Carolina MM hi the lowest and the
.'co...... M "w. Too ann. ......., n.tlfli< hM m .... .......... of the N M 1Gli (+;
II May ..... a wit has been _. .. ryes trtot. 1hYK MACE 1heoft t1E. ''IYAcREflcl. r
in the aho nZoT BaM FUJtWr Mosquito
onttttod ...
.AS I LIrr05
S Margar.t 8. MarohallFlr ton ar hereby Control WotLrman laid.C .
to ": o
JUm et tb.OTVRMAN. Your answer ltt..T: Clerk of U Oa.. atirl f
Ai1! l lA this Conn and. to ..rv* a copy Secreta ry
Dsessd. thereof upon the plaintiff .' June 10 Its
publication ** May M. plnlBtlfr attorney, .....* name
gr.t and --- -------- --
'4 ador.o I*
4tc-May M. .I... C. II. I> ('LART d JUTftMOLT
1.0 WNot RIeh A...... -oq
USUAL AUVEHTISEMIUITIV ........ Florida HASTINGS MATTRESS YrffVADItl1CAd1
not later than July II. A. D..
1M'. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

PLAULKH Tin lltl'l( 01 IT>T1<01. .HT......(.tie.. will If h>'<>u fall to ... ... Dofawlt 710-12 Lemon St. ,
11 entered agnlnit you for
.. tha relief tfca MB Palatka, Florida
la ( :\ 3MU| nature / ,
-OROTHY K. VAWPlaintiff suit:- sp la.int. The of *M Phone EA 5-9166 '
htlnc for I r; ri1QM BRA m \ .
DIVOfiCE Furniture t
DpbolUriag lIlI
"a WITSBJW my hand and. real Ill
WALTER ...VAMUof ..tOTIt .ut..said Court thie Itb day K Repaired & BcflnlibndMottrttMS Erq'FI Ifa f LliTty, rrr
A D. INS.
:> I': TU I KFU1> & lox Springs tsc
rHE TATE or ru>Mr bA. TO: fOmclaJ Boat) /F
UAL.TRK R "AM'hoee OfOMte M. IfOOOY Mod to Order Also lUnerottd
'2rf. *f .*** CltnnH part 111 .
l'\\ knowa. hd.so. A...... to By Kathryn U BmoryJnnorii. CaD Lama MorrU 437-323) t

You>> ru.t hereby soIl t.d theta 1r401.t AlUr 84)0) P. M.
!7. July
I. 4U
.has been 01.4 ar.l..t ptw LEGAL .OYItRTlaac.ft1W'I'1t..U PRICES BCASOMABLE Ara Mk 1 owr; ExTRJ10RDINARY
n th abov..ntitl.d 000e. Mdfflw '
;
ou arc hereby required to BUDGET FLAN If NEEDED t**' HORIZONS ti DARER ARE NOW CM PUBUCExueiT
our answer with tlM Clerk et .1'T FOR Rlla GK .AV ATTNE AWEp G11 MCALTOtYtQ
'.hl/. Court. and to ..rv. a espy Notice. I* hereby Len that the Jut as na as your r CENTta mTwES SQUARE NYC
h.rt upoe the plslaetft ori EM Pla, .lr Mooqulto Control Ibonn Poet ,
i Utntlffa attorney .....* ........ t>lrtt. Board of ComnilMkMirr or Office r TUtSfW THROU6M WaV ntCW IIAMTO L 8 RK
rid ........ I*: nrVr B...('... Florida. will Drop Di a Card or Call
KK'MARD D. RtJHTV' accept pealed hid at I' U Drawer A A located mile* north of Flail..r Free Pick-up & Delivery .t
Holly Hilt. nftoat Roach on Hl hw to
.. later than Jaly *. A. D.. and until S .: l> v.A"1...-
.kiIf
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you fell to W ... Iit4.M,
..> 111 be rnt.r* relief dee MW f complaint. Tfc a nature of .*Wrult
ocln* for i
DIVORCEA'YNgss
mjr hand sod. MIf
said Court this 9l.t day *f .
Has A. D. 1041.UNURIE .)I. yooor CUT THIS OUT AND

1.rk of MM ClfowK putt
.. '!!I'lal $.al)
Br Deputy Kathorie Clerk U Booty PUT IT IN YOUR TELEPHONE BOOK

June C. it. M, JT. ....

LEGAL ADTERTISEMI TnTU'
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T > WHOM IT MAY CORN: i rI i iI
You will take nottao that the i
:hoard of City Conw t fkar* of
the *'lty of Bwnnott, nawM*. on -,
the Petition of .VBU. U Al > '
KV UBORU R ALXJDf JfU I I II I.
JOHNNIE B. A1X8X UM A. V
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lt W ELL. R A. POWfcLU & t .
toUlUA A. JOfUirrON. A.
H .I0HN TON. LOflMS A. IHJRfHlMBK. -
ROBERT MOODY and
A.NXJK MAC CNDKMWOOCl. wlU 1'1
a' 7 W P. M. on tha .th day of
July IMS at Its motln roam
m the City Hall City of .... .
ncll. Florid en K.r and .-
frmln whether or not .... CHy I II
will vacate. abandon, J4.tUlni.rrnounc I
MM return to
the following MhdlrMon. to--c;
-'Itr of ......11. Mat. of PIe rHBNprn -
'" New ,
? ( L-B[>IVIlfOK. I I'I
,.t Bvnnoll. Florida ....... aCectlon
Tract JJ. Bto. .i C

( Range 14. TownMo tt BMC *..Iftenth. -
talaltsg Bloak A. B C U.B .
and. f and _......jd. I Long Distance I II
w....Boolcl'pax.eeeded ta
Plat X. Pn4UcRocord
of FUirWr Cowrtf.norWa. .

.:. MACK. BOSTON M7BMVI I Times I .
fOK. of 0MMMII. norl**.
txlnc a part af Tract I and
i. Block. : C. toction II. Towtthlp -
IS Douth. Maaca 90
Bart containing INoeh 1. I..4. .
t. 4 and. ---. ..*<..>.< I I II
I 4lvlton.tr*..... .t&ft'a....... that.. .MroM...... tub-a 1. The cheapest time 2. Next cheapest 3. Night rates are 4. Next cheapest

thoroughfare of the CIty ofBunnail. also in effect five from 5 to 7
rlo"". r..orJo. to call from 12 night rates apply on pjm. p jn.

Public Plat Hoaord Book ]..,aaM FIwelstouaty. t*. I midnight to 7 a.m. from 7 pjn. to 7 turn. holidays: New Monday through I


". K'NN. Flerida.t. JILl. .HOifIINTIIItC. every day on all calls dally plus all day Years,Independence, Friday. (Remember,
..$nIVllItffli. of ........
Florida being de tribal aa you dial direct. Saturday and all Labor, Thanksgiving even our fourth
the MSI,, of th. SB4 of $ocTownahlp I I
lion 1(. IS Month.M day Sunday. and Christmas cheapest time to callIs
Raa.. Bu" ..ntelnlsgaprotltoately
44 --. Yecorded still one of
In Plat Book 1. Page
II. Public Records of FtaC America's bestbargains.
Florid. I I
Zl.r.CR PARTHWara @ Southern Bell .)
asked to appear and be ,
hoard, at the tlno and .4oo.
abort ..p.ela.d.Mt ,
MR or CITY I
fMfONBICII or 1"Rt : I
C
ITOf' Jrl"NNBL4! 1I
FLORIDA
By /./ C U EISE.'JBACHChairman '

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!It'>H.RICHARDSON.......
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Creditors and ....... I I II
ToMavfar
ct.... or Doinoses "
4gslsat Paid BHato:
Tea sad oach of y.e we hrar .>
n.tid.d and roa tod to -Rre- .
MMK any clap!, and de.nsads ;
wSk* yo.. or olthor of you. aaair I I.
hart against the atal ot
TLoStiS RICHARDSN, dMOS.' I.I
Late .[ aaM routr. toVunty
( Jndro of Plus hfo Cnaatjr.nortda. .
at hi* offlco to the art L -I
VIM** of salt County at ONjJCLU
Florida withint *aJndar .. 5111111 _ .... __ _
month from the time af
the Dm. nublteatlon of this no-
tlca. Each claim or demand ahaMha
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--ht rUMLBB TMM* THVM. JfRfC M. IMC WUUEI t lAWK SVMMBB SAFAB lJ .......
wIS bespr.uMaauther tt -ftM Sor-
HAS LAMC 'JlMlilfTE D prize lea.het". a owe sot play
HELD TO sled in "'.'Me aHUhulpNpHty .
well 1M the mate feature, DIrector
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CREATF ESPANOLA '. l6N16OLLMSNTcording nwrer WM toM MIL Laura Mania said
f stagy '.l 1'. one Mt play pre.rnsed lye tile today

CEMETERY ASSN.A A |KP M pamsd_
g..p Interested In .... ; : ...... hMnwr rrogfm ac- !. the school S4tdMoriwM and
lag M\ organisation for the Otto wtMi Wt'C ts liwormawpsi, ro.*.. b of te tttmmtr HeCTtatidn TOBNG DCMOCBATS
Htpunota Cemetery' met at the ceived today
me4 title program for the HOLD coifvrirnow
Thursday eveftin were n to mike a
Courthouse seam of the Meperty and In the academic program ehooL
to make plans.The The 1968 Convention of
there are 2 anroiied for high
also to Investigate the possiHlhy &
group' wWod to contact Jan Ferryman, who playedthe
school subjects. Forty have Florid Young Democrats isJacksonville.
Frank D. Upehureh Sr. to assist of seeurteg the additional lead, also wrote the last
enrolled for the remedial I scheduled for June 28-2) 1ft
property adjoining the site.
In the organization and scene. Others In the east were'
I
plans. The Cemetery has been When this information has group. Jennie Solomon Elaine Mrs. Harry Atkinson
used for a burying ground for been acquired' a meeting' date The summer program: Includes Weeks Carol Hardin. Debbie said today.
about 100 yM"" In the past will be Iff.t the courthouse recreation, arts and Holdrldge and Jackie Murray.
few additional lets have been 'lo proceed with the organteatten. crafts, gym activities dramatics numbers were Mrs. Atkinson said she
Special
dove lopedj These Interested hi At this time all those table tennis archery by Dottie Tucker presented and planned to attend part of the
the Cemetery would like to who are Interested In the Cernetery weight lifting girls Softball. Diane Harris. functions on Saturday, June
combine the old and the new development and care ages 8 to 12 Little League 29th. and anyone who would
part Into one Cemetery Association. will be notified and Invited to baseball, and woman's softball This Friday June 21st at 2 like to attend may contact
They are also Inter- attend the meeting. teams. p. m. In the Bunnell School her for further Information.









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