The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00441
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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from dear *4. A. Kezwanskl. Sr. Koto-
Runouts In the surf at Fiag-
Channel TV and Mleanopy na, passed away Tuesday afternoon let Beach made a number of
Cable TV met with the Flag- at Bunnell over the
rescues necessary
let Beach Qty Commission at Hospital after a lengthy til- weekend.
the re" ulcer meeting last ness. I

Thursday evening. Clear .', "' ". .: ( Born In GaUda. Austria he Saturday afternoon a 17

Channel TV Is looted In r......!',,' ""q,'1)' i'.,", W"<' g moved' to Kerona 25 years ago year tucky old got caught tourist In from the Ken run.

Holly UUL '; from Pittsburgh Pa.
Clear Channel offered free 'ft".a'> ,..,' Mr. Koczwarukl served 31 out about seven blocks south
of the Marilyn Sue Me-
Installation In the home anda ) as legal secretary for pier.
Vi, and Linda Lou MeNab
monthly rate of $&.& whichwu1ow'er ." Ary ( ., the Polish Consulate. He wasa
the rate I! i member of St. Marys swam out to rescue the youth.
than prey 'Pt t
.. With the of a surfboardthe
iously submitted by Mlcano- L Church Korona and was
able to bring
girls were
treasurer of the Korona Com
py.The of him to shore.
transmission lines munlty dub.

Gear Channel are overhead He Is survived by his wife, After pumping water out of

while Mlcanopy Cable TV hasunderground ", ,.. ,,'. '''''"-''- ".-. Mary; three daughters Mrs. the youth he was admitted to

Une dear Fifty-year membership pins were presented to* 1 toy|r, Mrs. Irene Kallnowskl. California; Bunnell General' Hospital

Channel stated that they IL A. Elsenbach.: Mrs. Tbm Redden, Tom E. Holden and O. F Mrs. C4ga Kazyowskl. Detroit where he was examined and
.. found to be In good condition.
could have the cable TV system Alford.at an Eastern Star and Bunnell Lodge F&AM dinner Mich.; and Mrs. Annetta Edwards *

Installed In six months party at the Bunnell Civic Center Friday night More than 135 Miami; a son. ),t A. About half an hour after

to a year while Mlcanopy attended. Koczwanski. Jr. Texas; two this Incident, three girls were

stated they could: begin con. sisters Mrs. Maria Czaja New caught In a runout in the

traction before Septemberand GOOD TUBING HEART ASSN. York Oty and Mrs. Jean Dud. same area. Chip Johnston

be through In one month. PREDICTION zlnskt. Warsaw, Poland; a went to their rescue. As the

After listening to the discusskm Flagler Woman's dub Ways MEMORIALSTOTAL brother Bruno Koczwanski.Gallda. alarm was spread Bill Libby

of the com inies, the and Means chairman Mrs. SU32Memorial a Poland; seven grand entered the surf with a surfboard .
Commission Invited both to assist In the rescue.
City Vernon flames pred.lCU-'OOcI gifts the Ca. children and three great

companies to return for the fishing for those planning to naveral Area (FUglerVolusiaSemlnoleBrevard grandchildren.A Ed Schatz. lifeguard at

July 2nd meeting with more Counties Flagler Beach was called to
fish at the Woman's dub FishPond rosary service will be at
detailed Information for pre. booth during the Fourthof ) amounted t* S3JS3X70: 7 tonight at Craig Funeral the scene. He was soon Join.

sentation. July celebration at Flagler during the year ending May Home Bunnell. ed by Charlie Robson and

A resolution was passed Beach. 8. reports Mrs. Vernon Naives Dennis day assistant life
Mass will be at 10:00: a. m.
whereby the admission prices The booth will be located Flagler Beach a director of Friday at St. Marys Church guard. Fishing lines had to be
for fishing and visiting on Beach division used stabilize the
Daytona to youths
on the north side of the mu. Korona with the Rev. 'Father
the pier as well .s season nldpal pier.' American Heart Association. Antonio Leon officiating. Interment until they could be brought

passes were Increased.An There will be a charge for These memorial funds will be at St Marys to shore.

agreement was reached "fishing privileges' for the have been budgeted towards Cemetery Korona. Ed Schati reported that run.

with Shell Oil Company on surprise packages Mrs. Names $17,700 In awards and re outs existed about every hun
under the city Active pallbearers are John
demudting said search grants In Florida for dred yards down as far as
water transmission line on the 1968-69 year. Mrs. Names Pawlkki. Jerry Krawczyk, Daytona. He stated that the

_ Highway 100 at 1-99 where -RACETRACK ,explains "Not.oojjiwere memorials John Walkowicz. Frank No. danger period Is worse during
Is wick!. Chester TntncyRgef and
the Shell Oil Company made to ;
as ay way remember the hour or two.s the tide.
erecting a service station. FUNDS SAVED loved' ones but for Stanley SmiglelskL changes. Schatz encouraged

Shell Oil Company agreed to FOR FLAGLER many other occasions. This Honorary pallbearers are swimmers to take advantage

secure the water main on concrete Small counties got a break year memorials were received Lee Drazba John Zysk Alex of swimming In the protectedareas
piers and to apply clean and Zysk. Raymond Smith. Emil
wedding birthday anniversary
Tuesday night when Senator so that In case of difficulty
fill under the main for the 200 John Matthews of Jackson gifts, in thanksgiving Mlzanln. T. K. McKnlght P. rescue could be quick:

foot section of their frontage. for recovery from Illness A. Edmonson and LevI Bran. handled.
ville led the fight to prevent ly
A license was granted fora constitutional which and In thanks for rescue from nam. .
a change Several Flagler Beach residents
kite consesslon on the beachfront shipwreck.**
would eliminate equal distribution told The Flagler Tribune -
of race track funds how proud they were of
An ordinance was passed RE1CLC DISQUALIFIESSELF
In all counties. their In these
of and FOLLOW NARCOTICS TALE youth making
for regulating the use
Senator Robert Shevin. Miami IN ELECTION CASE rescues and probably saving.
rental of floats and surf
entered the amendment Circuit Judge Horace Relgle The Flagler Community lives.

boards. to the new state constitutionto has notified the court that he Nursing Council In cooperation It might be noted that the
A letter from J. W. Green
with the School Board
redistribute race track has disqualified himself from
City of Flagler Beach has
was read to the City Commission. pro-
and the Youth Action dub
funds according to population. the
hearing Flagler County
Green requested the CIty tided a telephone I In the lift
His amendment would have election case la which Shelton are sponsoring a discussion guard station on the beach.
the $12 assessment
to assume
cost Flagler County a large Barber has challenged the on narcotics this Friday at The number Is 4392137. It

charges located In against Government his property Lot 2 portion of Its present racing official results of the Canvass. 8:00: P. M. at the Flagter should be used only In emergencies .
Beach Methodist Fellowship
fund revenues. ing Board.
such the listed
as one
and to replace the concrete
halt J. L. Pheiffer will lead
The amendment was de. Judge Relgle did not give above.
which removed
markers were tested by a 24.21 vote after any reason for disqualifying the discussion.YAC .
when clearing the right of
some of the urban senators himself. The assignment of Dance will follow at
In return Green agreedto
way. Joined with rural senators to this case will be made to 9:15 for members and guests BOY SCOUT 4)S
execute a quit
prevent the change. The main another circuit judge by Presiding with music furnished by a St
to the city. After a discussion argument used at this time Judge James T. Nel Augustine band called The BENEFIT DINNER
with the Commission
attorneyIt was that the small counties son. Paper Bridge".
decided to take no ac FRIDAY NIGHT
was needed these funds to offset In the Clerk of Court election Admission to the Narcotics
tion the letter
on requestMartin the greater property valuations Shelton Barber who lost program is free and all Flagler' Beach Boy Scout
Porte appointed
was of the larger counties. by two votes to Incumbent adults are Invited to come Troop 495 Is sponsoring benefit
for the
plumbing Inspector The special session of the George ).t Moody has challenged with their children. Chicken Dinner Friday.
Beach. Details
aty of Flagler state legislature which was the Canvassing Board Door prizes will be award. June 28 at the Municipal
fees to be chargedand
regarding called by Governor Claude on the grounds that absentee ed to winning tickets. Tickets Building at Flagler Beach.

establishing a plumbing Kirk to adopt a new consti ballots were not handled will be given tree to all at. The dinner will be served at
code will be handled at a
tutlon for the state has been properly. tending the discussion. 5p.rn.
later meeting.' In and sessions with
day night
Proceeds from the benefit
the anticipation of completing .
$100 donation of the DAY by affair will be used for summer
the revision by July 4th.
scouting. activities and
purchasing tables not to exceed
The proposed constitutionhad
$200 to be used! In the Camp Lanochee.
a provision to consolidate
recreation halt It was under small counties into school The Court of Honor ceremonies

stood the tables would be the begin at 7:30 p. m. Immediately .
with one county superintendent
property of the City of Flag and one school F following the din.
The Rev. Lester Stanton
let Beach. ner.
board to serve the consolidation. R
Commissioner George Wick. In a previous session of and James O. Craig will be

line proposed a dressing room the legislature It was proposed the guest speakers.

be constructed for use of that Flagler, St. Johns and Scouting awards and medals

bathers during the summer.It Putnam be consolidated' into will be presented by Scout. I
was decided to draw specifications s
one school district. master Howard Hollenbach.The .
submit them to
and An amendment has been public Is Invited.
the State Board of Health for .
tentatively accepted wherebya

approval. majority vote would be re. TIDE TABLE

quired of the people of each
Tides for Jane 27-July 4
county Involved before that

county could be consolidated High Low
Into the new school district Day AJ& P.M. A.M.oK. '

All offices in the county Senator Matthews, also led 27 9:18 9:36 3:06 2:$&

courthouse will be dosed the fight In the Senate to prevent 28 10:00 10:18 3;42 3:36 I

Thursday and Friday. July the limitation trf cabinet 29 10:36 10:5:24 4:18 \

".5 in observance of Independence officers to only two terms In 30 11:18 11:36 5:00 5:06
OIls Magee, left Flagler Beach Is shown being .
Day. office and to prevent the removal 1 12:01 12.06 5:43 6:00
The county offices will reopen of the limitation installed as Commander of Flagler Post No. 115 of The 2 12:24 12:56:3): 7:00

Monday. July 8 at 8:30 against Income taxes and Inheritance American Legion. The installing officer Is Fifth District Corn 3 1:12 1:51:24 8:00

L m. taxes. mander B. A. Blots DeLand 4 2:06 2:13 8:18 9:06


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Several HMHtths ago we wrote MI editorial pointing out
some of the problems facing the Sehool Board M they plan a D. A.
new school year. We to Mated at the time that our Intent was

for not problems to embarrass they the faced.School Board or even to Imply any blame cl f k ROAST lb. 49

I e eU.
Our purpose was to help a better informed pubHe be prepared et
to help the School Board face these problems he+ad-on and t
overcome them by the time the school term opens next Sep D. A. Choice I

tember.If .some school programs had to be cut back because of f uSTEAK lb. 9S

loss of ff'df'l'allunds. a better Informed public would be more
likely to understand and accept

If some further steps were required' In integration of the U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED &: ROLLED"
junior high grades and none are contemplated for next year
the public would know why. BOUND
ROAST lb 89
If more money were needed' to increase the teacher salary
budget, the public and taxpayers would understand and be or RUMP

prepared to pay more.

We are glad to report several factors that are encouraging
in the school situation. First the masters degree salary which Lean Western (CENTER CUT) Choice Juicy

was about $1000 under neighboring counties, has been increased
considerably so that we can hope to attract qualified teachers. PORK CHOPS All MEAT STEW

Second, principal salaries which were over $2000 below
neighboring small counties have been raised considerable, so lb. 69C lb. 69C
that we can now be assured of qualified administrative and
supervisory personnel In our schools.

Third, Education Improvement Enrichment program hasbeen Fresh Florida Grade "A" D &: D ((2'/i-2'/t. A.,.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE
adopted by the School Board after intensive study by
teachers, administrators and parents. This program will take
care of some of the loss of federal program funds. lb. 29I
Fourth, and of great importance, is the apparent smoothness r <
with which the transition from one superintendent to
another is taking place. Had this not been accomplished' the
school program could have suffered for the entire year.

Superintendent Coy Harris is to be commended for recommending Streak O'LeanWHITEBACON' Lyke's "FLAG" SMOKED SLAB

to the School Board the appointment of James Craig I ". I
superintendent nominee as General Supervisor for the monthof 39C BACON (sliced Free) 59CBush's <<
June. The Board agreed and Craig accepted.

Craig has been working in the superintendent's o!Ue becoming .
familiar with routine, developing the EIE program and Showboat 40 oz. Can
working with Harris In Interviewing and employing principals K Each MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
and teachers for next year, learning the financial situation and AND BEANS 25C
working on the school budget FLOUR

AH these are encouraging steps forward. This does not See-All!

solve all the problems, but it does make the school term look LONG .
RICE 4 i 49c
brighter. GRAIN 5 B:. 296

John A. Clegg Ritz (Ass't. Flavors) 12 oz. CanE Limit
1 with $5.00 or more food order
From 1776 to date Is 182years. SOFT DRINKS h JQ
I Give and take a few
Too Late years to reach 200 andlE'e how nor
Scott (Limit 4 Please)
you feel America is doing toward -
helping history repeat TOILET For MRS. FILBERTS
To Classify itself. TISSUE % 19C

.T Bussvll Kov How do we stack up todayon Ladies SEAMLESS (All Sizes) OLEO
faith and
spiritual cour
History has a way of consistently age. We have liberty and HOSE 39C
repeating itself. Nations abundance but no one can deny 1 lb.
and empires rise and our selfishness and complacency (In Qtra.) 25"
fall so-called civilizationsrise or our apathy. The
on the ashes of previous time is growing short and MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
civilizations, many of them only a change in our Individual
well advanced In the arts hearts can we turn the
and sciences. tide that is carrying our na FROZEN FOODS _
Evidence of this is found lion to disaster.

all over the globe where archaeological Our leadership is weak and 1 4t; 37c Birds Eye Full Pint
diggings have uncovered wavering. We have lost the
great cities built on of the world and make COOL WHIP Each
respect Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 25C
the ruins of previous great enemies in our efforts to buy
cities that existed thousandsof friendship. Our moral fiber is Morton's PEACH
years earlier. Some were weak it is or 20 oz. Size
so beginning to
probably destroyed by natural tear us asunder. We have FRESH PRODUCE APPLE PIES For
disasters but many disappeared permitted hate Intoleranceand Z 59C
leaving no evidence as greed to blind us to truth Fancy No. 1OKRA
to why they ceased to be. and common sense. lb.
Recorded history, however, 19CFresh
tells a story we in America Now we are trying to buy BONUS
may well ponder over today.It peace here at home with mon Green BOILINGPEANUTS
indicates that the great andpowerful ey. We contend that if we give
civilizations of our wealth to the unfortunatewe lb.
19C Giant Size
which we have positive record will pacify them and help With: 37c
have existed for only about the situation. We think that towel)
Juicy SweetPEACHES
200 years and all of them housing more government
went through nine phases in handouts, more bureaucracyand "" 19C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the process. more so-called aid will
solve our problem. We 0V'ft.look .
Moving fromBondare -
the fact that the billionswe
to Spiritual Faith. have spent overseas to win
From Spiritual Faith to friends has failed and now
Great Courage. we are trying the same thing
From Courage to Liberty. at home but it won't work
From Liberty to Abundance. here anymore than it did
From Abundance to Sel
fishnets. Those seeking to lead our
nation today subscribe to llll I '
From Selfishness to Com
placency. the false beliefs and ask us I II
to give them political power
From Complacency' to Apa with our vote. Well, friend
thy.From It is your country and your ( ( (I
Apathy to Depend future, and you'd better start OPEN SUNDAYS """llllllilKmllllllH11"( Ph<>n 43732278tOO

ence. thinking about It, if not for a.nv-l00 p.m. "HIIIIPH"11 US. No, 1 BUNNELL
From Dependence back to yourself at least for your
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good June
Bondage. children and grandchildren. 27, 28, 29 and 30 and July 1,196811ft





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; EVENTS := :
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= Ky.; .,. July I July 3meet

MIl; gamier; .ulia.., .. ef Grassy o.-ta. ........ .. a4 8M. few
..... wort at 8 a. w. III tie ..
...Iaw Kees M fee home ef MM.
neo; Sltmbatts ." roses lit Mrs Mvsi MawAws. Been BM,
....; Cain .11I11111. ........
nail; L u 41a W. (+) .
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J.ehA BHtM. ... aer eaRl .t.ft
7:39 Bet' Beset crop 4W 1IJM'et.
at p. m.
WMHiM. BtHmeU;
Gwrtfy BtHHiell; July 2
Heliand. Btiftaetl; Thursday. July 4INDBTBKDEWCE
NeIH FUfler Be Lodge FAAM Ne.
JIFFY Mitchell. Flatfer '* at 8 p. m. DAY.
bet French ; (o-) (-0-)
Mabel Ward. Citizens Potluck Sup Flagler Beach City CoramU-
Kathy Jo 6 p. m. In the Flatter ion will meet at 7:30: >> p. m.
Beach; Anne Municipal Mail bzpee eee s88c mfwymm
Food Stores Beach; Christine
Flakier Beach.DISMISSED. -

: 8:00 P M.
Suxsle Prldgeon. :
Bunnell Flagler Beach Emma Harris

OPEN 7 A.M. -11 P.M. Carolyn son trice. Elizabeth Cockrell Johnson, TONIGHT (Thursday)

Robinson Fred -SPONSORED BY-

Tancey Bernice Disabled American VeteransJim

Picnic Supplies DBJC Boot Chapter No. 88


Bread The Mary, Karl Nut week Bingo will he held on'

Junior division College of will July 3rd at 8:00 p ..... Instead

a semester system July 4th.
Beach tion effective July 1.
R. F. Bergen gren
operated on a
is of attendance N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

Milk Ice CreamSandwiches half be In months session for for FREE ESTIMATESBAR

After each of
numbers. The first Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
Cold ( Bottle & Can ) Drinks ond terms the required number Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts

tion, for example; FINE HARDWOODS
ditioning and Dcli.crJ'3'I orders filled within IS working days. New Servingall
WatermelonsBeauty will require 3-1. Of
area In 7S mile rod. laanelL
ular semesters and
mer term. COLLECT Day 437-3311 Night 435-1571

AidsFor Business Automotive. 42. _

Card Punch %.(). \ survey proves
Cosmetology, 21.
Data Processing: most people prefer
Fast Convenient Service Op. 2-0.
insure their
Drafting 3-1. cars through
Dry Cleaning. 21.

Shop JIFFY ics.Gasolllne Electronics 31. Engine 42. agents

Millworking. 32. 4tl
Horticulture, La
III J'I 31.
Photography, 42.
Practical Nursing
NOTICENotice Printing

Surgical Retail -

is hereby given that on the 22nd day Watch Repair 31.
Welding 10.
of July, A. D. 1968, at 8:00 P. M. in the Bunnell The new schedule
tive 1. Co
Civic Center the City Commiuion of Bunnell, vocational July programs

Florida will hear comments and opinions on J. L. ing now and until tl
will be effected by
Townsend's proposed Mobile Home Site to be located said BfTgengren.

off Deen Road. II l
O. F.

Real Estate
Barbara C. Smythe, City Clerk BunaelL
.... .... want help*hen you have an accident You will get it
.. an independent insurance agent,reveals an impartial

HASTINGS recognized research organization. Survey re

710-12 9 out of 10 independent agents help with claim
after you see Palatka. A far lower percentage of other agents do.
Phone EA -
your doctor... Foxnltare. research proved that The Dig Difference in insur
Repaired & y. is the continuing personal attention of an independ
bring Mattoesses A lox
yourprescription Made to Order Also agent. When you insure look for this seal Only an
t Y.... to Coil Laura Morris agent can display it
After leo P.
'1>'"* Jut as near as Y 'tI'-....
E. Blvd.
pnI'tSlf.Mr BlJ phone er Post Bid- Moody ...
Drop T7s a Card Tla 32010 Ph. 437.3171 .
Free Pick-up &

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A.girt fekfe elect .*. e* *.

pttmtiMX at a BrMal SMwerFrMay .
afternoon ...*.. by :
Mrs. C. M.: Cowart. $r. at her
P home at Haw Creek
A pri+ color seJteme of 3y
green and yellow was used tn
the decorations and refreshments

.. Artistic arrangements
of yellow mums and greenerywere
plaeed at vantage pointstboughout
the home
nehlM'ftt table was y
centered with a cake topped +
1 1I
with wedding bells.. Mrs x
Charles Cowart and Mrs. Bud
r'r dy Taylor assisted the hostess
In serving cake punch and
N ( coffee to the guests.. -'"
Mrs. Charhon Wall was received his fifty
F V, .v Present with )'It. O. F Alford when he
price winner.Twentyflve. Invited guests year Masonic membership pin were his wife. Carrie, and sons

attended Out of town guests Orlando and Donald of Jacksonville
Included Mrs. Fhoenie Ruth
Seville; Mrs. Ethel Harris. Seville
; and Miss. Gwen Smed-

ley, Jones, Ala.


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Misses Anne Bourne and 1N
Johnnie Ruth Miller were hostesses y,.
at a Bridal Shower Saturday
afternoon at the Bourne

r home. Flagler Beach, honoring _
Miss Linda Skolar. who will
be married June 29 to Gary
e ,-
Wells. t .
The bridal motif was usedin .s 's &i
the attractive decorations
A bride and groom formed

the centerpiece. for the serving ___

;rX1h Games were enjoyed by the
guests and prize winners were
Miss Janice Seale and Miss
Barbara Pache. Attending the Masonic Eastern Star program Friday evening
Gifts were presented to the with Mrs. Neva Brown Elsenbach were Mrs. Mardell Suth

honoree In a yellow laundry erland, daughter, Vero Beach, and Mayor C B. Elsenbach son
basket Bunnell
Former Bunnell High School
.. classmates of Miss Skolars THE TOM HOLDENS AND DAUGHTERAUf'ndlnl
:. were Invited guests.

Charlene Shephard, the bride.
WADSWORTH groom's sister Miss MenaWadsworth SATURDAYMiss

another sister, Linda Skolar and
SHEPHARD was junior bridesmaid. Their Gary Wells will be married A + 4

NUPTIALS floor length gowns were of at six thirty Saturday eveningat .
powder blue chiffon over taf Bunnell Baptist Church, 4
First Methodist Church of feta.Glen The Rev. Charles Anders will
Bunnell was the setting Sat L. Reeder. Tallahassee. perform the double ring ceremony .
urday afternoon for the marriage was best man. Ushers were .
of Miss Penelope Call the bridegroom's brother. There will'" be a reception In %
Wadsworth and Kenton Albert Douglas and Douglas Toll the church social hall. \ .
Shephard. man John Cole and Bill All friends and relatives of
The bride Is the daughter of Moore, all of SL Petersburg. the couple are invited to both
Judge and Mrs. William Lit. There was a reception' afterward the ceremony and reception'
tledale Wadsworth. BunnelL at the church. The bride bk, ; .
Her husband Is the son of Mr. and groom decoration' atop FORMER RESIDENT
and Mrs. Albert Webster the wedding cake had been WED IN OCALA ; .
Shephard. St Petersburg.Rev. used In the reception for Mr.
and Mrs George' F. Gammage. Miss Betty Diane Jones.
C. D. Anders performedthe Dealt, and- Charles Heywood
Daytona Beach, aunt uncle
candlelight ceremony of the bride. Gordon Jr., were married In
with Mrs. Louis Friedman Among the out of town First Methodist Church. the Masonic Eastern Star ceremony Friday evening -
Deland. as organist Judge guests were Mrs. Lotta Wads. Ocala. with Mr. and Mrs T E. Holden. was Mrs. Eleanor Black
Wadsworth gave his daughter worth, grandmother of the She Is the daughter of Mr. daughter, Ormond Beach. Their other daughter, Mrs. Altajane
In marriage. bride. Hawthorne; Mr. and and Mrs. Ira Odell Jones. Caudill Ellzabrthton. Tenn. could not be present since their
The bride's gown was floor Mrs. C D. Faulkner Bartow; Ocala. He is the son of Mr. son was returning" home from Vietnam the same day.
length of peau de sole and Mr. and Mrs. Gammage. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gordon form.
chantilly lace,with a demlem- and Mrs. J. F. Taylor of Punta erly of Bunnell now residing
plre bodice and a detachable Corda and Mrs J. B. Wads. In Ocala.
chapel train appllqued with worth. Jesup. Ga., all aunts The couple will reside In BARNES SEA FOODOPEN
lace and pearls. A crown of and uncles of the bride and Ocala.
Illusion petals and crystals: Col. and Mrs Earl KUlgore.Galnesvile .
held her veil and she carried aunt and uncle of BIRTH ALL SUMMER
a cascade of rosebuds center. the bridegroom.Mr. THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY
ed with an orchid. and Mrs Shephard will FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
Miss Susan Wadsworth was be at home In Tallahassee DEWAYNC METTS

maid of honor for her sister. after June 17. She Is an ac )lr. and Mrs Dewayne GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
Bridesmaids were Miss San. counting clerk for Rose PrInt. Metis Bunnell are the proud
dra Shirley, Palatka. and Miss Ing Co. there. parents of a son, Gregory De SPECIAL

wayne, born Tuesday, June
25 at Halifax hospital Daytona -
Bob and Evelyn Cook had ENTERTAINTom Beach. Southern Fried ChickenWith

as their weekend houseguests and Anita Lenssen He weighed seven pounds
their children and their families. hosted a party last Sunday at and ten ounces at birth. Homemade Biscuits and Honey
)lr. and Mrs. Robert T Double Ranch honoring Mr. and Mrs Carlton John. All You Can
Cook and son Stephen Bill and Mary Lenssen On the ston. Bunnell. are the paternal Eat $1 .5f)
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. birth of their second child a grandparents The maternal
Mike Cook and daughters son William Andrew born on grandmother Is Mrs. Rubin Homemade
Tracy and Lesa. Daytona May 2.1.The Edwards BunnelL Clam Chowder
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry hosts prepared' a delicious .
ClINe and children of Boca barbecue venison dinner JOSEPH CARL JOHNSON FRESH
Raton. for the gala occasion.' )Ir. and Mrs. Carl Johnson fRESH FISH
Visiting at the Cook home Joining the proud parents Bunnell, are the parents of a
Sunday were Mr and Mrs and hosts for the affair were son born June 19 at 7:21 p. T-BONE STEAKS
Edward Reynolds, Ormond Mr. and Mrs John Heist Or. m. at Bunnell General Hos
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Howard mond Beach: Mr. and Mrs. pital. He weighed seven FROG LEGS VEAL CUTLETSCOME
Thomas and Mrs. Evelyn Charles Fitzgerald Orange pounds and three ounces at
Naughton of Holly lUlL Park: Torn Humphries, Ponce birth and was named Joseph AS YOU ARE
Inlet; Mr and Mrs. Gordon Carl Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs James HutchInson Shields Mr. and Mrs. C A. lie is the grandson of Mr. PARTIES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS
Savannah Ga arrived Meekins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis and Mrs. J. B. Pellicer.. St PHONE 829-8498 or 829-3485
Tuesday for an extended visit Steflik. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johns Park. The maternal
with her parents Mr. and McDanlel, Mrs. Nicholas Lens grandparents are Mr. and South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1
)(William Tidwrtl at Flag- son and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mrs. James D. Myler of Mo- At Moultrie-Sign on right
ler Beach. Coates of Bunnell. line. Illinois.



About Our TO VKTH1AMMrs. ATTENS 00Iff' DCE THW. JUNE. 2?. .tGI 5-1'H Tint TEL

zo Attorney aarf fc**. Le4 -
SsWn. U$ AY.
ServicemenMKWOTSDTO ass at Jos. & SfcAW MtHrt a feffftl e*.>
fwsates III Ott MIq. '
the Us alrsy tt Mfc and Mi*. Marvin Parker A
slist. iHtniM tfce Rural Lrtter 8'ZSHELL
Mrs RajMend Carrier' Omvmiten\ at Pen***
son Ray as* her' cola last 1f......

Scott MeCbrt,
visited with Ply: at Mr. and Mr*. L. W. McMil
Fort Riley Kuttf ] Ian and their sees In law and
before his departure daughter Mr. and )l1'L' Tommy
nam. Moore Daytona Beach,
---- spent the week' end' visiting
Former Bunnettitea Mr. and with relative hi Fitzgerald,
Mrs. Oscar Baldwin and GaL and AdeL Ga. They .attended
children Sara and Brent, the Lueieu Paulk
Branford Florida vtakeH at family reunion at Adel Sun. .
Flatter Beach-Sunday with day. SERVICE
Mr and 1.IrI. C B. Btsenbach
and family at the Elsenbach Mrs. Drew Page' Manning,
summer cottag.e Arkansas, 1* visiting In Bun.
nell with her brother In law 1003 So. State SL (U. S. 1)) BUNNELL, FLA. t

Visiting In Bunnell Saturday and sister Mr. and Mrs. James PHONE 437-3572:
Craig. Weekend houseguestsat
Gary Watson son of Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Harold
and Mr*. George Moody Flatto Hlgglnbotham and son David the Craig home were Mr. SERVICE STATION AND SHOP NOW OPEN
and Mrs. J. B. Stone of Rock-
Beach, proudly displays and Wayne were his father. ledge. Mrs. Page plan to From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m., Monday thru SaturdayLET
his sergeant stripes. Porter Hlgglnbotham Lake .
leave Friday via to
Gary who is stationed atKoreajwith Worth. Gilbert Hlgglnbotham, return
the US Army 2nd. Lake Worth and Mr. and Mm, home and will be accompanied US CHECK YOUR VEHICLE
by Mr*. who
Infantry Division was recently Herman Parka and childrenof Craig
will visit In Little Rock with
promoted to sergeant Orlando. her John .
son Craig.Mr. Before InspectionWith

HOISTS IN NAVY Mrs. Sandra Dalton and and Mrs. James West
Daniel ,EYelvington.. of children Mrs.' Nell Maynardand are visiting their son In law
our up-to-date equipment to test and
Bunnell. was enlisted Into the Debra During Atlanta, and daughter Rev. and Mrs.
U. & Navy on June 14 at were stopover guests at the Oliver Taylor and children.Mr. correct your car or truck
Jacksonville. home of P. A. Zip) and France .
Seaman Yelvington Is now ( Edmonson last Wednes and Mrs. BIon Matherlyand W. appreciate the opportunity of serving the

undergoing recruit trainingat day daughter Beth, returned public for the past 22 years and hope to servo you
the Naval Training Cen home last Tuesday from Buf
ter. Great Lake. fit where' he Mrs. W. W. Deen returned talc Kentucky where they many more.Shelton.
will be Instructed' In Naval home Saturday from Belle visited his parents Mr. and
Orientation Recognition Na Glade where she visited a Mrs. R. E. Matherly. They also Brooks
vy Customs and related sub week with her son and daughter visited In Louisville Ky. Owner-Operator
}ecta. At the end or recruit In law Billy and Carol with relative
training Daniel will be grant Deen and daughter
ed two weeks leave before reporting -

to his permanent duty Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rod
gers and children Pine Bluff
Seaman Yelvlngton Is the Arkansas, are staying at Flag ."
son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis ler Beach while visiting his
Yelvington of Bunnell. Flor parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
ida. Rodgers. Bunnell. t4

RETURNS TO DUTY Mr*. Coyla licit and daughter UP ( \ by Rose Marie Reed
Al/C Johnny Seale. US Air- Gall and Miss Cindy An. !
and WhiU .
Navy S'PECZ'l1Af (0. and two p$3.00 -)
force left Monday to return demon of Flint, Mich are visIting
to Bergstrom, AFB Texas after In Bunnell with Mrs. liVALUBSilN '$19.00 and Up ,

spending. days JtaYf visiting .. Neva Elsenbacji.f .... '
friends and relatives at ; ?
Flagler Beach and Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs.. Keith Lovell
have returned to their homeat
HOME ON LEAVE Flagler Beach after spend

Mike Tidwell. US Navy Ing two weeks vacation In Bg11 f :rt
spent 8 days at Flagler Beach Waterloo Iowa.
with his parents Mr and Mrs.
William TldwelL Ethel Ann Black Ormond ?i1\\ i
Mike left Sunday for Norfolk Beach, I* spending several ) .
Va. where he will under days In Bunnell with her
go special training for five grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. SUNGLASSESby
Tom Holden, while her sister,
Sutain as seen in Vogue

FOR SALE-1963 Volkswagen, Optically Approved Lenses $8 and Up
good condition reasonable.Call :1
CLASSIFIED 437-31TL After 5 p. m.
call 439-2190 627.1te.
Demonstration Toys and Gifts
II Party Plan. Work now til 1
Christmas high commissions.
Call or write "Santa's Parties"
Inc. Avon. Conn. 06001. Telephone ,.",
TAKE cleaning; drain 1.2Q.1.6'736202tc:
fields Installed; Rata-lottt
nail shell Reasonable price: WANTED IMMEDIATELYMAN
Call George Jarosz. 4374(10 OR WOMAN to supply l'J'
t-l-tf consumers with Rawleigh ,
Products In Flagler County or
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet Bunnell. Can earn $::50 weekly

us help beautify Flagler part time, 1100 and up full
County. Large variety of evergreens time. Write Rawleigh FLF- BATHING ONE GROUP
palms hedge plants. 360-336 Memphis Tenn. sff '0' TOTE BAGS
5% miles S of Bunnell on June 13. 27 2tp. -JS522 CAPS FOR THE BEACH t
Feb. 15-tfe .
U. S.1. .
HOUSE FOR RENT: 2 bedroom JT? J&: $4.00 and $5.00 _.;;' Special $1.99
FOR SALE Rent or Leaie2 CBS with carport andcentral
bedroom. Florida room. heat Unfurnished.
beach house with carport. Ph. $80.00 Contact Bill Lenssen.
4373472. Mar. 7TFCFOR Ph. 4392371. June 27, Itc. PLAY SHOES Assorted Sixes and Colors $395 and Up>

SALE3 bedroom house FOR SALE: General Electric
built on 200x110 lot on Hwy. portable dishwasher 42JO.. Famous makes assorted sixes and colors 331/3 off
100. Contact Julius R. Powers. automatic garage door open SLACKS
608 Sutherland Road. Bruns er, S39.50. Both In working
wick. Glynco. Ca. 31520. Ph. condition. 1622 S.Central Ave.. MIX OR SHORT SETS Junior and Misty Sixes $599 Set ,
1.912-265-6034. June 13, 3 tp. Flagler Beach. Ph. 439-2195. MATCHSUMMER
June 27, llc:.
FOR SALE-A K C Labrador Assorted Colors nd Styles $3" .
Retrievers. 6 mo. old. male Used baby crib. $9.50. Stroller STRAW HANDBAGS
and female Edwin Thurlow. U9S. Hay *n( Feed table,
430 Lambert. Flagler Beach. $ .5O. Jumper. $335. Jerry
4392538.6202tp.. Furniture Old Dixie Hwy, 2
ml S. of Korona. Ph. 437-3752.
Will transfer Spinet piano to j3Q
Pool Portable
responsible party on small Swimming
payments. Write before we 1PX1P, New with Filter. Patio, r'
Bargain. Ph. .439-2339. !
send truck. Pool Music CoInc. Lights,
P. O. Box 727. Holly Hill, June 27, Itp.
Florida 32017 June 27, lip Duplex Two Bedrooms each NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE BUNNELL, FLORIDA

HELP A.'n'ED-RtWI sales unfurnished. Good condition.For STORE HOURS 9:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. DAILY

, part time or full time. Call sale or rent. TeL 439-2339.
-m.2358.6202tp.. June 27, Itp.


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to eM ether ....n I... Whet 6-THC ru.... Tall Nig 7i4V. JVIC "' HM

Social I Security ktod .t Cfcrtetierikftr Aft van -

CHURCH giving to yew cMHui'it' "IW THIRTY TEAM A0 .

shall tJuMfcte lay these weeds .
f 11M Merawr.
Deft Bradberry.
NEWSQ. I of mine In heart and In Would You
your J. B. Htff*. )r.. OflSiCM
HEWS your seal and you shell tee MtIw
*.* antf Cwtes *
My muter d4 when I V. tHeft" there to yow e. ll MH BELIEVE Ottsons MUMsey 1haiwl. ..

was W yeats oW. I am 98 Deuteronomy 11:18. tf. M Happened te Tyr ft. ....... 01. tie .erle4r

bt have been disabled **.
new Weekly Sermon Csp fcr a *
30. 30. 40 "
afeee birth- My claim on her DINNER TO HONOR Conan Taos ape .
C .ellaRt..fry.-)
turned dews be. PASTOR 1
eause earnings she WM had not worked hi .... Oliver T. Taylor. Pastor Rev. and Mrs. John L. Lin- Feeds J. B.

the lt 3 ye*- of her l e.MM BanneU Methodist Church geld and family will be honored 141gA. If.. JoeMtMe Duekdes
Ute law been chanted so YOUR CHILD AND COD at an "Appreciation Din TEN TEAM AGO and MrytvH Vain we del-

that I my now qualify on America Is a land of abund ner" Sunday at the Pefrteees- Joyce Wray AW rd and gates at the State Bpweeth

her earnings? ance. We teach our childrento tal Holiness Church given by Clinton Harris received their League Assembly at WhrterHaven.
the congregation.Rev. degrees' from the Universityof .
bea part of the affluent
in the
A. Recent changes Florida. Mrs Alferd received
who has
LJngold. served
society. Emphasis Is placed' on toTwentyfive -)
It possible for
law make her from Schoolof
the material things and children as paster of the local degree
children qualify on their Business Education. )(r. thousand per-
church for the past eightyears
early learn to respect the II
mother's earnings the same ceremonies at Marinetand.
Harris received his degree
has been assigned to
accumulation of wealth. Our
their father's earnings. sons attended the
as on the Green Cove Pentecostal from the School of Forestry
You should contact your social children today have more Holiness Church. Miss Virginia Wadsworth miles north of Flagier Beach

security office and file anew things than any generation of sailed from New York City AGO .
children have ever had. It Is The dinner will be served FORTY TEAKS
claim. on the church grounds at 1:00p. with a group of college students
good that we can give many Nine scouts received ratings
Q. I receive disability bene things to our children, but the m. following the morning for Grenoble. Franceto and awards at the second

fits on my work record and tragedy lies In what Is not worship service. attend a "ClassroomAbroad" court of honor First class

am the mother of three minort"hlldmL given to so many today. All friends of the churchare study of France. William Deen and George
receive < )
I could not
Invited attend.
There are many gifts which Moody; Second class Corydon
benefits for children bemuse The potato plants In the
my need to be given which often Carter, George Deen. James
I had not worked at county had dosed operation.The .
go lacking. Have you ever Biddle and Junior Browning;
the 3 low prices offered and
least Itt years during considered an adult size ball I would like to thank the Cycling Badges. Johnnie
I disabled.Has lack of demand for new
before bcame
years glove which you Intend to use doctors and nurses for their potatoes Mercer Clare Biddle and El-
there been any change In with your child A tremendous kindness while I was a patient caused many of the lie Biddle.
the law that would make it local growers' to leave a large
Investment would be to at Bunnell General Hospital
( )
for to receive benefits portion of their potato
possible me cropsIn
learn or learn a few child.nft' Also, my friends for .
for children the ground. Many said It Two black hog bears weighing
my .
games which your children their visits cards, lovely flowers
cost more to market the pota approximately 500 pounds
A. Under recent changes enjoy. Do you share some and gifts, and the many
toes than the price would each were shot near Peach
in the law, women no longer kindness
and patience as you pra"ersbat were offered for bring. Lake, two miles north of Es-
have to meet a special work share such tasks as yard work my recovery.
(-0IWUUr -) panola. The first bear was
requirement for their children and bed making within the Words cannot
express my who
TEAKS AGO shot by Riley Malphurs
to qualify for benefits on their family. Doll clothes made by deep appreciation and thankfulness
fired first
the shot
earnings. You should contact mother and daughter speak for all these remem A survey of Flagler County

your security office and to the heart of a little girt brances. I will never forget schools had been completedby Hunter who fired the final
shot The second bear was
fie a daim. All these things above you them. State officials. Bunnell
killed by J. W. Malphurs and
Q. My wife died last year realUr need to give, but there Ettle Hunter High School and Carver
son Riley.
and survived School were classified as permanent
was by myself
and two children under 18 centers while the seven (.o-)
one-teacher schools In the An organization to be knownas
of Even
years age. though my
county were classified as tem the Flagler County Grow.
wife had plenty of social security Salad Supper!
credits I was told no porary. The survey staff rated ers Association was organizedhere.
science The would
the and homemaking corporation
payment could be made to
teh children because she had departments as unsatisfactory handle all truck grown In

not worked any In the last by 13atq C&OCkEk In the basement Flagler County. Ed Johnson

\. and the auditorium as entire was elected chairman and L.
3 of her life. this .
years Has ,. .., m
provision changed? ly unsatisfactory ** the third S. Cody secretary

On a warm summer day that caDs for light sating let a salad floor (-o-t
A. You should the
recontact sub for the supper dish. liars it a big beautiful CbefS Salad ( o-) Thenacler Beach Cham

social security office and file and you ban a complete msal In-a bowl meat cheese, vege Future Farmer Stanley ber of Commerce voted to lend
a claim for the children. able, hard-cooked ens and. crisp garnishes tossed wttta a zesty .
Deen won a trip to North Carolina Its Influence and support toward
Children can now get benefits iressing. Then to add aa extra measure of loving car, pass a
to attend a forestry getting a bus line In
on their mother's work basket of your own homemade Patio Bread-cut Into tiny finger
record with the food stripe. Easy to make ,Just four ingredienta. And baking training and recreation camp operation between Bunnell
same re quire-
time U minutes.t. for his gum-farming project.J. and Flagler Beach.
ments needed to get them on
F. Clifton. Flagler Beach < -o-1
thler father's record.Q. ._ aicrs SALAD PATIO BREAD
Postmaster, announced' the The formal opening of the
My son started working I head lelUce --. ti 7 rips' New Biaoalckttt Beach Postofflce would bestepped Flagler Beach Municipal fishIng .

when he was 21 years old. Vt swell reula .r eedire site: up from fourth classto pier was scheduled for

A couple of years later he be \\'i esp cbepped greea eeJeasy One ., the eUewiag: third class July L July 4.
came severely disabled In an rv' sliced celery
1 sheet )
rarcUpe ( lye
auto accident filed for disability 1 rap juUraae stripe ceeaed
seer creaaa saee Dab
neat beef. aaa*. Ure)
payments last year leap stripe reeked calckeaer 1 ewelepe (sheet lye sera) aiJ When
but his claim was turned er tarice? \ chill ......., Pelt you

down because he had not 1 rap JulieMe strips Swlcacarrso 1 eavelepo abet S svaces) DISTANCE "LnDNS
worked' five years under so- spaghetti... sols

dal security.' He Is still dis 1 caa |2 canes) Suds at 1 eavelepa (sheet ft ewace) GEORGE

abled. Has thelaw been ..IMnInU...... Italian salad, dreealag Dab i ,,

changed so he can now receive Ji rap snaTeemaiseJi "
1 eavelepe (sheet J4 euce) DO 'T'
disability benefits cap French dressing
gravy sat: MOrniNG!
A. The law was recently Ripe .Uess 1 erclepe (sheet 1ft ewces) e e c.

changed enabling persons 2 hard-reeked eggs, sliced a aa a sots We Pay Pettege ferii Weys

who became disabled before Temate wedges '\ Sen batter

age 31 to qualify for disabilIty Have all Ingredients dtllled. Use iF "Save-ByMail" Service
Tear bead lettuce and romaine Heat oven to ISO.Crease baking e..db.NMU .dI MIsebraisebM.Mhsi
payments with less work
Into bite.... pieces; toss with sheet. UK New Bisque
than was needed' before
lie onion celery meat chicken. milk and fN kof sauce mix
should file another claim for :heese. anchovies, reserving a with fork to a soft dough. Bat

disability. fore strips of meat and cheese. vigorously ft mioute. Spread

Q. I had polio In December has* before serving blend ID&Jdoucb on prepared II air tug.

1932 and still am unable to :9nnuse and French dressing: sheet Into an oblong axe toy
toes aad. with meat aDd ches. with
Top Spread batter. Bab'cheese
work. I was 22 years old at the strips ripe olives, egg soimitea. While hot cut Into w' :

tlm.-- I worked part-tlme while slices and tomato wedges. 4mints. 24 strip each tali men; serve, I'5 : 1)0 N f..cD Za.

In school but began immediauiy.' U senIIIa.
1 was 1 SUMO of MO*ir.M.JNdr7 Hor u s. e\ *an fw M
working full !Im* In January

1903 and worked Until I became .

disabled In December .

1952. Since I became dlabled .
before age 31, would I be entitled ATLANTIC HARDWARE

to a disability benefit?
A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director & SUPPLY CO. INC.
A. You need 14 years of ,

work to meet' the work re JOHN CAPO Manager

quirement. If you have the required SEE OUR SUPPLY OF

work. It may be possible AIR LADY OXYGEN

for you to get disability CONDITIONEDi I I EQUIPPED
benefits. You should file a car m. AMBULANCES ACME PAINTSMOODY

claim now since the first

month that payments can be Phone ID 7-3532
made under the new law was BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH

February 1968. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUniTELL. FLORIDA PHONE 439-2303

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OIL BASE FOE WOOD Ph. rn17 ITS W. Granada

Yeomans NationwidePaint AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO. Ormond Beach Florida

Factory Flatter Beach-Tel. 439.2471

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MOODT.D DItY1b'Ic _re.e IIN boo
... hand eel -
S 1'0: .C.. i KINlj doing ......... __ Julia +lar..rJNS my t b 13th Say ., -nsursd .by file File 7.a ....
6 IL'PLY ?-
WALTZ L VAWhs.u I.Oltl'w1Y. *i ty Clerk ..... ....
R./dswce ....,... Nl'rkrowa. Dfendaatke IT. It*. N
('leph et Ceeutit e..ntOMr'L '
The mess will bet ia ten
'ttt E 1W .
1'.. are ......w ......d tM& a X.tle. to sal : LEGAL ABVmTtHHtKTT ))
.***. dIM L It m0t1Jun. 3 aM will
in 11tfllAbr
.. tempos
b..tlwad .tKaG
Me .1.ttr .
pursuant too t ..... ..... &
the" ..... ........ .....; "lie J...meat "foc. ....ry,. till I.* Tilt a'''UTI'I' tot NT OKrUAflLKM .. 1,. July t. II. li. 4... he Mailed by ten looretis.speeiMos .
y.e -: =" qW w Y.Ie entered l. the .._ petal. for.VTi. rum.
seer with tbs C1sck Kthls laIC .. *.. Circuit Curt d IRA Rosin Hifoufjliout
C.Mrt tad s. MwFtMr..t for Fta.Wr ,._C,. FlerSk In *_ So. 4JSAJAMA BIRTHDAY DATA
thej w OM Kw Wr In-. the uWoernd A. UACtIMtNK
p/a/st/W attovwy. rams .** Clerk will Mil the laMtMt stole.Although
MT. Nappy MrtMay this week to:
Meal ... a complete out i
A T: property described M ieltow .
D. BflKTONEP. I ,,Mnlijr v AHHrl Vogel,
: C. line of time program is notcemptae.
O. Or.w.r AA .
1 Can-Car Model COB Tree Ce'kva Wl le. Brenda Cewrt
Hilt FWr ta
Hllr TlrK
Farmer. advance registrations -
a;: tattr tlkM. JNrty .. A. D. >r. ........ Serial Number:Number. 044'Sa THE HTATfc J.'i TO: Sat\lrday-Barbara Come will be accepted next
1 .. 1MN1B g. ILACTtAtkfrown. '
.. Ltoda T
If ?.. fall to .. ... D.i.at .1 11Pet "Braden ':::i IM.Id.tst+ Addrrsa Sunday- hreadg ll. week through the office of

will use entered .caltm.t MMI frn N* ,.r Nit, I 3.o, Mei r, Margaret Wigle.MondayMichael. adult distributive: education. '
the r.M.d d..aanded HM hill It Tott BWtrtc Tea are krkr ..IMk4 that
of c.ni.$.,ML n. ....r. ef MMW1TNBW ut Pb) UcVta..hire. wlh a suit hoe been 34 ......t you Joseph The course will cost leas

sult. being f.rD1v9RCE Thre and W...... Fran hi t%. those entitled NU"; sad WhK, Jack Martin. than $300.00) per student, according -
Ied baser, N. pew mn hereby r w lr4 t. flW Tu day-Mamie Matteeh,
mr hand aid ..eatof r......... 71' .f l 'r\: \:; peer en.wer with the Clerk of to distributive education -
said Court this h. dey ..tMay ........ rand I only I' s "|.- this Court and t. serve a espy Ruth Arndt. Minnie L Pool, head D. F. PalmierL
A. P. 1Nt.OIIOMI '--11. th.roet upea the plaintiff erplaintiff's Jerry Davis.
: )tt. MOODY attorney. whose name
Clerk of saM Ctrewtt Court 1 AIIM-O'h.lnr.n Model and address I.: Wf'dftf'lday.-Aurora Wilson A $50.00 deposit will be required .
OAcUl Semi) H'R Tractor. Serial Nuni- MAimtCK WARNER
Walter Rodgers Mary LloydDyke. of advance
By Kathertne L Emery her IT".. gfeftne Serial I*. O. Drawer AA registrants,
Deputy Clerk Number11191 with Von H.llr Hill Florida he said.
Jun .. IS. M. 17. 4ic.

LEGAL I5T TIIH jriMiK.ro"R'I'ADVERTISEMENT FLAGLEH OF Tim COfX.TT COIN.. Floridians May Enfoy 62 State Parks July 4

IX PRORATH.. 87* seem.w. .
In ,.;Iii tat* fit

To AU Creditors and PeraeiuHaving ... .rm..l r..al mow. a..r..aIC
Claims or Demand r
Against Bald Estate:
You and oath of you are hereby >
notlfl4 and required to prevent
any cl lm. and demand
which you, or either of you may
hare against tile estate efrUMWIE
RICHARDSON, dectatd. -
late of Mid County, to the
"ounty Jndre of Fl rUr County.
Florida at his office In the court
house of said' County at BUNNBU -
Florida, within alt calendar
month from the time of
the flrit publication of this no
tice. Each claim or demand shall
be In writing. and shall state mremr..M.MaD.e,
the place of residence and poet "l
office address of the claimant w.a..
and shall be sworn to by the f tc n t :: -
claimant, agent attorney, and
any such claim or demand not cI=:.c .o Sema.aum
.o filed shall be void.
/./ Clare O. Diddle e.r r fa1 C! e..rra.i
Aa Administrator of the
publication June llth.
June tt M. 17. July 4. 4tc

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You are hereby notified that : .war er.ren.am +
i suit baa been filed against you ...c r
>n the above entitled CUM; sad i. sm ', ..peer.r .
you are hereby required to ... B ? ...
vour answer with the Clerk of 3 '
this Court. and to servo a ropy : : .. 4 .ilea.... \ m
thereof upon the plaintiff or It. fell a.. ......... ...... .-.-. .. .-. ..-. .

plaintiffs attorney, whose name JI. !WI.... I.. ....tI--.e .

nd CUART address *I.: VATTINQLTIt ......... as"........... e e____. e 'nee i seem
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not IMf.If.later than July IS. A. D. : ==: T..es :: t:::........ : ; :._: : : .
you fall to do so. Default - -- 111
will be entered against you for So.,...... .... . ...
the relief demanded In the bill n a .....r/wr eN .
of complaint The nature of saM ;) :z---: ... .... . .-..-
suit belna for _..d fi 13 r:- rhsrt-tlaitt sttQapilitmss -

WITNESS my hand and seal ::: : : : :
of said Court tMs Hh day of a
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Ol rk of saM Circuit Court .a,......CIof/I.., a_c 0 t 0,4WS.ses .
By Kathnrn U Emery ....- :'r. .-. .. .---. .
Deputy Clerk
June It 2*. J7. July /. Ito ::. ::-" : w..w..rmr.
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IS : H>Uto of a ..
nl'oKUE deceased.' )lou..T ORLANDO Opening or acqimitioa of trvm newpre1crties

I ITITt0ITHE OdlMbiaf aAa1---al 3 ..1 r.r. . Sp kt the past year has brought the umber of State

HTATK OK FU>HIDATi "" 4 .. Pvki in Florida to 62.a3 of.hkh trill be heavily toed during
Jl'LIA HIM)()T '3aa :' the upcoming July Fourth holiday weekend.

KfUA )I. FflXEK .... .. .
1. I. MOODYJAMSRA 2. The AAA sites iiiton and residents able to set out
.IItx( O 1 IT -.-.. ;-.. ... and enjoy themadvtJ on the Independence Day erlcnd .
MARbllTT :- Ta ...._.. ._._._. _. 4_* but to drive carefully and"Brio* Tm Back Alive!" 0

BETTY JOHltuMJBAIt&lARA -- -.... ......... . For the second year, the AAA Is jan; +IIJ foreet ..khrJiof

HTRTKER "1I'1ii a IIIIt'I Icktaion and newsiMipcr sources in a mMr M te-
L A. YBL.V1.VOTON :4 ...-... 11_ ..'-_ . aide campaign promote highway safety

and all other persona eoneerned j ftIae__ I- ....... e a_sa Lug )car. Florida had the bat safety record for the

You are hereby notMled that .- .... .ea .- Fourth of any state ia the Da Oft." AAA coordinator KethLeUte
a petition ha bn filed In .
''ourt praying for an Order au- :: ;":==: ._. and lUmpton Dunn noted. "We urge every Florida

thorlstnr the Admhtletrator to aZ- ..... M... ... motorist to use tpecisJ caution during this tckend to impress
sell certain real and personal -
property belonging to aM. t.- -g-: ; :::; ut year'record.'*

tate. at private or puttte sale .. .......... ..Ilraata.ri The AAA ..9 again operate ifs llouJay NA mice
and yew are hereby re utred to from Holiday Ileadqaartcn in Orlando during the July
Alqyour written defenses therto *- U.1. p'oro.t- wcet(wet shwa en wear.JI.
within thirty day after the h.r sd s atmsli'wi B r d IInIS Calf 4SMrsN Fourth weekend.I .
first publication or pectin here -L .. IL .. .. ur after hour throughout the long weekend the
of. and serve a copy thereof ..- tsstls.t tAA nil Eau a bulletins giving latest tefcrmalion on camp
"n .-,'. attorney, whose 1 ...... ... w ....... accommoJftbeM availtM'
sits. available at the Slate Parks
name and address are- -....._ J,....... ._ ..tI....... .
LELANI) B. tflAWRvnna flail "" 'r S ice. Sal em . ill remit are**, road and traffic condition, and special repots

forida 3314* .. .............. ._ s "a n .hooray activilie The buBetini wit be .brnaifci owr-

If you tail te do se Jiddmnt 7 ..- .......... = R . more than 130 radio Kationj throughout FierMe and whit
my be _...... .In duo scree tall be tamed to the wire service and ne H>*rcr*.
upon tkoWlTNtw O.t1tMw. .. .- L*. .... .....s... .. e The Stole Board of Parks and llntofic Mtmnrh. k
mr lead t .... ..... c.-..... :: .
...I.f aM Oowrt at g. pis led for an avatomhe of visitor. during tile hetMeyiupcrktendenu ..
"out',. FVrMa. tM I I trn.arrr...gin rwM ftiMSr ...n1.r-- .5 of each park wel be ia IOULO wish the AAA.o .
of Jun 1H*. 2 Cloy _... ..... .......... .*fe hifaiuiliun.V .
T. K. MtKn4M -== =- : : each buMrtin .ffl bt safer niigenioaloigned
c.u.t Judge -j sett =.g w <*iMwg op a
First nuMlihsd poeted en to help motoristt Bong TJn Back Ali+ef'
:7 jun 1d!.
June XT. 4te.

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g-TKC FLA.. n _1: 1'JftfM. JWHE 3''!. MIl SOFTBALL NEWSWa4sworta TOUR W**TUff STATSt' MIWO OTHEW3SCT .

FISHING LINE have Meta A K"W 99QVVy AAtfB* Br "y Taylor chaises aM AMa Ct+et a4 SffMMSBSCHEB9U
Mast OC the bass big vW9. Lumber defeated etdhrew, a.Mft, Nas y. Simi
free the MI'th lINe of .1M .... Men Tbrtftway 16 to 6 eta and Carol returned homey The Flattery Senior CMxen .
let i lame Ht was close let sixlajfcga. TKw Me from a vaeaHoa Club f*..Aieett.c monthly .
Surf Fishing W'HIwertJa'NIM up trip to the western ....... Various I during the summer month.

wMi d ran In the stvtMK to points of Internet' they according to All ...........-
The only place to neb along
wftfc put the pane out of robe vteiled en the three week ..ent Ky MIs. MIWI'M 3t.
the surf Is at the Reek,
camping trip were' Natural '
Lawmtey' Turner had thee giant, a4tb CINInML The
good catches of bass, Mr. pel-
Museum of History, Denver
hH and Stanley Cowart hit Club will resume Its tw4ee-
who lives in the hammock
CeJo.. Carlsbad Cavern,
the winners. schedule In
home for '
a run moMMy Septem*
brought in 2 big bas,
Grand Canyon and ReekyMountain
In played' .
the second b
game <<
1 23-lbs, and 1 :24 1M. Mr. .
Measinger from nail Besets Monday night Flagler Insurance The next meeting will be
10 Ib defeated' the Methodist Tuesday. July 2 at the Municipal
brought in 9 bass avg. *
These being caught at the Men 11 to 4. Murray SmIth AT SUMMER CAMP Building, Flagler Beaeh.
Hut Road. paced the insurance men with There will be a potluck supper .
end of the Jungle
a home run and a single. Ce Kay Ferryman, daughter of starting at 6 o'clock. Visitors
I I FlogUr Beach Pier cil Westbrook pitched an excellent Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ferryman and newcomers In the

Catches of has, whiting game, striking outseven Bunnell. I* attending Camp area are cordially Invited to
and drum being brought In. Methodist, but. some Merrl-Mac at Black Mountain attend and are asked to bring
Mr. Ed Johns, Flagler Beach N. C. June 12.July 10.
By Al Zamba of them were Baptists. a covered: dish. The Club
brought In a large catch of Flagler Insurance leads the furnishes coffee.
DvrU's Elbow Fish Camp bass, drum, pompano, using second half standings. Theyare
Martin Griner from Palat- the yellow vylure Jig. c. O. the only undefeated team. HOME FROM CAMP FINESSE CLUB TO MEET

ka who fishes out of the camp Mage, Flagler Beach, caught Two games will be played Jan Revel returned home
each week brought in seven 1 good sized bass using the this Thursday: Friday after attending the WITH Mas. ESTES

bass four sheepshead' and one yellow Vylure jig. Melts vs. Methodist 1st first camp session at ACA The Finesse Bridge Club
drum. Art Gin also from Pa. Bluffs Fish Camp game; Wadsworth vs. Flag Academy at Leesburg will meet at 9:00 Saturday
latka, brought in 27 bass Rings seems to have taken ler Insurance, 2nd game. morning at the home of Mrs.
weighing from 6 to 13 Ibs. the prize this week for fish W. O. Estesl North Hwy A1A
brought In 6 bass, 2 flounder, CATCH DOLPHIN
Vorm dive 4 bass 13 drum; Gilbert Becker, N. Hwy.A .
18 drum. John Prossen 1 bass 12 sheeps Tom and Anita Lenssen.Bunnell. -1-A, Stagier Beach, received John Weisberg. attendedthe
Jack Genung nab Camp head; Art Hart 4 bass; T. D and Anita's father, a certificate at Daytona Central Florida Chapter of
Christian and Joe Mange, Tom Humphries, Ponce Inlet Beach Junior College after the American Assn. for Inhalation
Jack tells Bubs Colee
us brought in a chest full of spent the weekend fishing at completing' a short In Therapy meeting at
had charter this
trip past
a Pensacola last weekend.
trout bass sheepshead, drum. Port Salerno and reported an
week and brought In C king lawn mower repair at the vocational
All above from Jax. using excellent catch. division.
flsh. The off shore for
this is fishing live shrimp and fiddler crabs. The trio landed twenty Dol Mr. Becker was among ATTEND ATLANTAASSEMBLT '
MouMlond are: starting.rUt Louis Lambese and Ross phin ranging from 3.15 thirteen completing the short
Barbarino Daytona Beach pounds.
Lois Green tells there course. Mrs. Ketus Holland
us Mary
brought in good catches of
have been good catches of and Mrs. Margaret Cook left
trout bass and mangrove OPCC TOURNAMENT
drum and for Atlanta to attend
whiting pompano Saturday:
using live bait.
the General of
being caught using shrimp Assembly
and cut mullet Mr. and Mrs. The Ocean Palm Country COURSE Southern Dames of America.
Mendenhatl from Jax brought Club Mens Coif Association Southern Dames, have five
in a. good catch of whiting GOLF RESULTS has scheduled a Flag Tournament John L. Slovak Bunnell.. societies in FlorIda. Mrs. Hol
using shrimp. Dot Elliott was Class A July 6. The nine-hole has completed a special land and Mrs. Cook are member
Matcmsos Inlet winner for Tuesday's play at handicap event is open toeveryone course In welding offered of the Orlando Society.Mrs. .
OrCC Class B winner was through the vocational division Cook is state vice president
The bass are still running Vicki Moore. Low putts wentto A small entry fee will be of Daytona Beach Junior and Mrs. Holland Is state
at the Inlet although there Fran Hlggins. charged. College. treasurer.


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Volkswagen's automatic stick si*.

It's easier to use than it is to say.

It's quit a mouthful,Isn't It?

But once you get by the nan,the rest Is easy.
There isn't a dutch pedal to contend with.

And for all practical purposes, you can drive
everywhere without shifting.On .
the highway.you shift once. (This Is f He; an

You can install an ELECTRIC WATER HEATER in any overdrive you go faster,your engine goes slower.

convenient place and forget it"..under the sink-in a closet and your automatic bug won't. turn Into on automatic .

I anywhere. FLAMELESS. needs no flue. Fully automatic .

',, Quiet Cleanest ever.Sup.r-sat. for precious peace of mind. And when the going gets rough ffite up a ridicu

Cheaper to buy.cheaper to use.And of course it gives you lously steep htfO.you can shift Into low..
What could be
j ... _. all the hot water your family' needs. No waitng. No fussing. simpler
One thing the automatic stick shift Is
an option.
You Just take plenty of hot water for granted
So have
youll to pay a Cttte more.
-'" -' See your appliance dealer.plumbing or electrical contractor But compared to orh er automatics.It's a bargain.

,.- Because with every automatic stick shift, we h.
: dude a remorkabtt money-saving devices
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