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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
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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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FLAGLER BEACH


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annual IndependenceDay letCarol
celebration at Flagler Townsend Land *n
Beach has been planned' by Sea.
the City of Flagler Beach and Colleen>> Tucker. Caldwell 4It7 It.
the Youth Action dub. A Sales.
Urge crowd Is expected' to at. Barbara Wilson, Pier Restaurant -,4c--.m -S" I
tend the all-day celebration at : -- -'-
the resort town.Highlighting Anne Wilson M. M. Hamburger vI 4 *w
the day's events Shop. '
will be the selection of Miss Janet Cook. Flagler Beach _
Flagler County Thursday eve Ut ards.
nlng at 600. Twenty beauties The Flagler County Youth L1rhoto
have entered competition for Action Club Is also sponsor
the title Miss Flagler County, ing a Mutt' Contest and a Y
part of the frolics sponsoredby Frog Jumping Contest. All
the Youth Action Quo. contests will be In the City
Entrants and their sponsorsare Park on July 4. L

: The Mutt Contest is scheduled '
Sandra Abbott. Uarineland. for 3 p. m. and there will '41
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Sharyn Abraham. American be four categories. The Best
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Legion. Looking Best Trained Ugliest br Tho 1% Hvla -
Elizabeth Allen. F. B. Bar Mutt and Best Dressed. Entry The City of Flagler Beach will be host to the usual crowd of visitors and residents who throngto
ber Shop. fee will be SOc for each dog. the area for the Fourth of July events. The resort town facilities and beach are expected' to be
Margie Blakely Flagler Tri A Frog Jumping contest will Jammed to capacity for the all-day celebration.I
bune. be staged at 4 p. m. In the

Ann Bourne, Flagler Worn Park with five age groups In COUNTY TAX considered In the preparation COUNTY WIDE
an's Club. cluded. Three to seven years, of the budget
.. Kathey Bourne, J. D.'s eight Ito fourteen years 4U ROLL ACCEPTED: It was decided to write to. PLANNING"AsSURED
Thriftway. teen to nineteen years: and Tax Assessor Don Moore Marine Studios authorizingthey "
MISS twenty years and up. Entry presented the 1968.69 Flagler to construct a pier In the
nrncTB fee will be 25e for each frog. County Tax Roll to the Boardof cove at Marineland provided Tom Lenssen Chairman of
-ANNIVERSARYr The City of Flagler Beach County Commissioners at It was approved by state and Area Development Committee

.. .....Jt1f.- Commission Is sponsoringa their regular meeting' Monday, federal agencies and did not appeared before the Board of
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four day fishing tournament morning. Moore' explained to obstruct normal passage of County Commissioners and
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July 47. The contest Is opento the Board that the tax roll small craft the City Commission of Flag
everyone and will close at was complete except for railway The clerk was Instructed' to let Beach and received assurances
7 p. m. July 7. assessments which come write a letter to the City of that the entire coun
The contest will include directly from Tallahassee. Bunnell stating that they ty could be included In the
fish caught from the Municipal would construct the parking community audit plan being
Moore said that the totalof
Pier beginning on July 4, lot to the rear of the court undertaken by the City of
Y 4 and running through July 7. real property was up slight house provided that the city Bunnell.
1 'F. Prizes In the ly over last year. Property
given fishing would not reduce the parking
Upon motion of Louis Stef-
along US Highway 1 had been
tournament will Include six
on either side of the two
Ilk and Alfred Tucker, the
reduced about 30 in
months pass on the pier for percent them to construct a pier In the County Board agreed to con.
valuation due to depressive
the largest fish caught; a 30- streets on each side of the
tribute $1000 to the project
condition caused by loss of
for the smallest fish
day pass house. It
court was suggested
provided the other $2000: canbe
traffic to 193.
caught by a child; 3-30 day that the city enforce offstreet raised from the City of
Sheriff P. A. Edmonson
for the fish presented
passes largest parking by placing time limitation
Flagler Beach and the Chamber
to the Board a letter
each 3.1 .
caught day; day on parking the congested of Commerce. The Board
/rom Missouri houseboat
a
for the smallest fish
passes .
areas.EDWIN
also agreed to serve u sponsoring
caught by a child. builder who was Interested In
agent to enter into the
to Florida this winter
A 30 will be moving
day given
pass .
The operation would employ L. MITCHELL contract with Mel' Conner>> Associates
each .
for
the
day largest number
planners for the Bun-
BEACH RESIDENT
of fish caught during the about forty-five persons. The
Board agreed' to write a letter DIES IN DAYTONAEdwin nell audit.

day.The annual elaborate fire. Inviting the officers to visit 1., Mitchell. G4, 2000 The City of Bunnell had
Flagler County to select a site. South Ocean Shore Blvd. previously entered into a con
works display on the pier Is John Dupont appeared before Flagler Beach passed away tract In excess' of $10.000 for
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scheduled'
to .tnlrbttalL
underway
get
the Board to request Friday night at Bowman's the audit with two thirds of
.f" t ; some repairs and grass' cut. Nursing Home Daytona the cost being bourne by the
I. ", Climaxing the day's festivities ting on the road to his home. Beach. federal government Tom
will be a street dance at Tax Collector Dale Brownpresented Born In New York City, he Lenssen and his committee
-1. .. on Moody, Blvd The city of Sales and Errors and Insolvencies year ago from Long Island. and Mel Conner Associates
,) I Flagler Beach Is providing a to the Board for ap New York. lie was a retired and worked out the plan
.i dance band for the event proval. He stated that all delinquent tile setter and was a member1 whereby the entire county

riots .r TIM I. n..s real properties were of St. Stephens CatholIC could come under a complete
Mia Delcine Beta. 1X7 CRAIG APPOINTED sold at the advertised tax Church BunnelLSurvivors audit for an additional $3000.

Miss Fiftieth Annlwsarr and SUPERINTENDENT sale.Dr. Include his wife. The City Commission of
former Potato Blossom Quota J. C Brooks Jr. Directorof Grace. Flagler Beach; two Flagler Beach voted their intent
will pioc the crown on Miss The Tribune learned at Flagler County Health Department daughters Mrs. Doris Kastn r. to participate In the
Flogltr Couarr IKS darts? press time that a telephone and County Health Long Island N. Y.; and Mrs., planning program by agree
1M bathing' bMmty compcti* message had been received Nurse Margaret Taylor presented Violet Walsh Washington D. Ing to place$1000 In their new
tton at rbsgtor Beach Manic from Tallahassee confirming a budget request to C; a stepdaughter' Mrs. budget for this purpose. The
ipal Perk 11111 CStr(. July 4. that Governor Kirk had accepted the Board for the 1968-69 fis Grace Czesklaba.Tulsa. Okla.:' motion was made by Com
the resignation of Coy cal year. He stated that salary a stepson James M. Moore missloner Keene Gurnee and
Donna Deartng. F. B. Trail G Harris and appointed James Increases specified by the Venezuela S. A.; and a brother seconded by Howard Lerch
er Park. O. Craig to fill the position State Merit Board would ere Dewey Boca Raton Flori and the City unanimously
Jane Green Binges FIsher. for the remainder of the term. ate a deflcite of 13003) In the agreed to participate In the
man's Resort. Harris and Craig spent several budget da.Funeral services were Mon countywide program.
Jeanne Rlgginbotham. Bun. days In Tallahassee last Unless the funds could be day morning at 9:00: at St/
nell Lions week visiting the State De provided by the County Board Stephens Catholic Church.
Faqulta Hugas, BunnellGeneral partment of Education making they would have to dispense BunnelL. The Rev. Father An TIDE TABLE
Hospltal.'h plans for the new school with the service of one county tonlo Leon offldated. Burial foe July 4-10
Mama Johnston VFW Aux term. nurse for six months of the was at St. Mary's Cemetery High Low,

Ulary. year The Board agreed' to take Korona. Day A3L P.M. A 1l.G P.1L
Helen Ktzlowski. Disabled CiTY BALLS CLOSED JULY 4 his request under. consideration Pallbearers' were Peter 4 2.06 2:48 8:18: 9:06
American Veterans. when they worked on the Burzyck. John' Porte Alex 5 3:06 3:48 9:18: 10:12
Johnnie Ruth Miller F. B. The Bunnell City Hill will budget Zysk Charles Donahue Alex 6 4:06 4:$& 10:18 11:12
Lion be dosed Thursday and FrI. Raymond S. Smith. County Rlgby and Andrew Zalewski. 7 5:12 5:34 11:12 11:59
Kathryn Strickland. Jiffy day. July 4 and 5. The Flag Senior Officer requested a Craig Funeral Home, Bun 8 6:18 6:$& 12:12 12:15
Food Stores. let Beach City Hall will be 150 a month Increase In sala tell was In charge of at. 9 7:18 7:48 1:06 1:06
Rosanna TldweU. Mill Out. dosed one day only July 4. ry. He was told it would be rangements. 10 8:12 8:42 2:00: 200





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EDITORIAL Ib. 53*


INDEPENDENCE DAY
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It was on July 4th 1776, nearly two hundred years ago that
U. S. D. A. CboiceCHUCK
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration ol Independence which
started us off *s an independent nation.

ThIs writer has Just completed a study in Southern History i ROAST lb1 49
taught on a seminar basis by Dr. Miles Malone a true history
scholar and an unusually able teaeher. In the pursuit of this
detailed study we found many similarities with events of today. U. S. D. A.

First we found that net all of the colonists were' In favor of
separating from England especially to the point of going to l ck STEAK lb. 59

war pendence.with England. The Tories were outspoken In opposing Inde


Many people said we needed England to keep our economyin Lean CHOICE
balance. Others said we have no army and no navy with
which to fight a war. Others said our heritage and ancestry were
English and they did not want to 1 break away. GROUND BEEF 3lbs. $149

Others Just did not want to help foot the bitts, send
men to war or make the necessary sacrifices to win a war.

How true these things are today. With Communism spreading
across the face of the globe today we have a far worse Lean Western C. C's "OWN" BAR.B-QUED
enemy than the colonist did with British taxation.
SPARE RIBS CHICKEN
Then we found that when the new government was established
there were those who rebelled against its laws. They
rioted today.It, footed. and burned towns.. How true those conditionsare "" 59 Each 98e


was Interesting to note that so great a public figure as
Thomas Jefferson who literally gave his entire life to public Arg.) CUT TO ORDER

service, was vilified, called a coward In battle, and accused
of scandalous relationship with a friend's wife.
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Most of us react the same way toward our public servants
today if we disagree with their public policies.

While we usually think of the early colonists as being a
body of dedicated Christians history shows us that they had a
state controlled religion intolerance was the mode of the day,
Lyke's "ALL MEAT 1 Ib. Cello Lyke's "Sugar Creek"
there were drunks. Infidels, completely unchurched backwoods

areas ministers.there was gambling and we even find some reprobate BOLOGNA Pkg. 49C FRANKS Cel o-Pkg. 39CBush's


Things have not changed too much In nearly 200 years.
People probably are not much better nor much worse than they Showboat 40 ox. CanAND

were 200 years ago K BEANS 2 For 49C SNOWDRIFT
It was Interesting to note that our nation was saddled witha
huge national debt. People said It would break us; we could
Del Monte Can
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not survive. And. the Nationalist Party of Washington and oz. Ib
Adams was defeated at the polls. CHUNK TUNA 3 For 8ge 3 Tin 37

Today we are still alarmed at the size of our national debt
And periodically we vote out the spenders. Hi-C (Ass't. Flavors) 46 oz. Can Limit
1 with $5.00 or more food order

Some travels people in cycles.say history repeats itself. Others say that history FRUIT DRINKS 3 For 79C


Whatever the lessons of history have taught us. we do Jolli Pac Giant Twin Pac
want to pause today to give a moment of appreciative thought POTATO Each PiHabury's (Sweet or Buttermilk)
for those great statesmen such as George Washington Thomas CHIPS 3ge
Jefferson Patrick Henry James Madison John Adams, James BISCUITSREYNOLDS
Monroe and Alexander Hamilton who led the way to Independence 25 ft. Roll

so that we could have the great Independent nation that WRAP Ea. 25eDIXIE 8 oz. Can
we love today. Each 5'

John \. Clegg

LETTER TO THE EDITOR .. CRYSTAL Limit 4 with $5.00 or more food order

IMPLIED A DAT WITH MOSQUITOES SUGAR
CONSENT LAW FROZEN FOODS5
MD INSECTS -
Beginning July 1, persons
arrested for driving while under Last Thursday started out Bat 29* Morton's 8 oz. pkr
the influence of alcoholic like any other June day. Some
beverages must submit to morning fog and cloudiness POT PIES 5 For
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 99 C
chemical tests for intoxication outside and the usual good
or risk losing their dray breakfast to start the usual "
Frosty Acres
era license for six months good day at Flagler County LIMEADE or
the Florida Highway Patrol East Coast. Zing the telephone FRESH PRODUCE LEMONADE -
said today. danced off the cradle :. oc
Colonel II. N. Kirkman Director and continued to dance) Golden RipeBANANAS
of the Department of north and south from county ""
Public line to county line. tOe
Safety said "The use
of scientific evidence to support Help us. help us. FAB
physical evidence will When the situation was Firm Ripe
enable officers to build stronger evaluated it was an Invasion. '
cases and help remove the Some said just like "Fish TOMATOES 2lbt 49c
drinking drivers from our Files" back in Michigan, oth Rr..r 19'
highways." era "Coon Files" like back in Calif. Sunkist
The law provides that by Georgia and so on. Don't call D",
the writer, he would simplysay LEMONS Limit 2 with
obtaining a license and drive 39C $5.00 or more food order
M a type of midga-good
ing on the highway a person
has given his consent to sub bye.
mit to a test of breath, urineor We. Mr Glddens. Mr. Gage,
saliva when arrested for and Mr. Porte organized our
driving while under the In. forces and we were acting the
fluence of intoxicating bever part of Heag before sun down
ages. that If a person should refuse to However we wish to thank ,
take the test the Department all people near the Beach for
of Public Safety' can then suspend their patience and under III) II
the person's driver's license standing.We I''
for six months. wish to serve you.
The drinking driver U a Frank Brede. ( I II
serious threat to traffic safe Chairman IIIIII
I Phone
OPEN 437.3227
SUNDAYS
ty. Implementation of the I
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Implied consent' law will help The first telephone exchange 8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
deduce this threat concluded in Florida was opened In
Kirkman. Jacksonville In 1880. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good July 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1968J







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CONGRESSMAN aM for haeiwg jirea Me thepd C. 1I111INBOT1IAICNAMSs 3'flK J'U&H TOIVKC T7I1M. >*LT 4. )%t J
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HERLONGHONORED aM w.adef4 pee ..... F AMHIIt QALENOAROF About OtrrServicemen
whom I bare ss..s4 time 99 T TBCTEAH
,..... This' is a peat" InstttMb EVENTS
The U. ft. Norse of B.*eJto sn aM J ass honored r bare ctmui Migganaiiiii..... swh-
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sentativc parsed .. dWat .**. *** a part at ft. MIl hs been named *.!. 79BAY
MAS fsf two flWWB Wl JNMS "If I can leave .hare kw.wing standing .... wdea fanI Iir HMNUN OF JULY ....* JHHfCtrHJ TO SOT.Alan .
dI iWBSjSIP KflDemocratic ........ both that I have in some HMM- 91 the yea," by the Pk..srSoo Wayne Jesse UC Away
aim lrpubdesa. vie earned the Wfl,JWl .of MfTGVfff Water OIuwattM .. ICS AT FLAOUHt MUCH.Paflc. ....till".... was seeerstiy ....
BM high praise to Congress- .ftywMI I 0AA IMMJpvy VsVpr A CWTMv ftvV bestowing tftM 3x99 p. ... hM Contest at meter to the tank of SspoaM.etJonesis .
Man A. Sidney JffrIeRc, Jr. OKA that my =- years hew beam honor on blot was presented Munleipal B..... sIsnM M
Qftoft'8 Fourth OW& fWSWil* well spent* at a dinner I. 4Wrtd supervisors ..... Germany.e .
al District, mho, to retiring and their families at tAO p. ra- Ff c Junif4nC (- .
from Congress: the end of RESIDING IN the Pier Restaurant ltThursday INtteIt at Park.
his present term after 30 yearsof Right Making the IN BASIC TRAINING
NEW ORLEANS 6:00 p. m.-Miss Flatter
service presentation A. B. Johnston Oanttst In a letter received! Item
The tribute was led by the David Brown son of Mr. chairman of the dis County Beauty Victor Hall US Air Force, be
Dean of the Florida Con 81' and Mrs. Dale Brown. Bunneil. trict's board of supervisor fireworks display at nightfall said he was getting along fine
tonal Delegation in the House, I left Thursday for Atlanta Ga. Attending the dinner were will be followed by a and would like to receive the
Congressman Robert L F. David Is employed with Raymond Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnston slreett dance In parking lot at Tribune as soon as possible.
Sikes. and every member of International and has Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pellicer, W. J. D.'. Thrlftway, Moody. Blvd. Victor Is stationed at Laek-
the Florida Delegation In the been assigned to New Orleans Beach.
W. Deen and daughter De. Flagltr
land. AFB. Texas where he Is
House Joined him La. where he will be working ,
leers, and all supervisors and (o-) In basic training. His address
Speaker John McC nMek. with the company. family members. Monday June B 1s: AB Victor Hall. III AF I
Majority Leader Carl Albert
Guests Included CMR No.
Higg4n-
Minority Leader Gerald R. SMITH SAYS NAME VFW Post 9213 will meet at 128935731 fr-Sq
botham and his )wife Mr. and 3711 Fit GS1. Lackland AFB.
Ford and Minority Whip Leslie 8 p. m. at the post home West
NOT ENOUGH Mrs. B. E. White Mr. and Mrs. Texas 78236. I
C. Arends led their respective Moody Blvd. BunnelL Com-
Russell Parsons Mr. and Mrs.
parties In extolling Congressman More than 150 million piecesof mander D. C. Johnston will (-.0'j
Don Jordan, and Mr. and Mrs.
Herlong's service of mall flow through the Veterans Tilman Robinson. preside. Army Private Samuel Martin 1
20 yean In the House. Administration each (o-) 20, son of Mrs. Catherine
"With his retirement the year and far too many cannotbe T\JeIcSay July t Darby. Greenville Ala. was
House of Representatives of properly Identified the BIRTHDAY DATA assigned June 10 to the Slat
the United States will lose a Flagler County Veterans VFW Auxiliary meets at 8 Maintenance Co. near Can
dedicated and responsible Service Officer Raymond S. Happy birthday this week to: p. m. at the post home with Tho Vietnam as a small j
member. Many of us who regard Smith. CSO. said today. 1'QDAY-Mary J. White. Miss Jennie Green president arms and turrent mechanic

him as a dose friend will "Too many veterans and FIDAY-Peg Moody, Charles presiding His father Solomon Martin,
miss him In a personal way. their beneficiaries only sign Baker, Tommy Minton. Mar- (-0-) lives In BunnelL
His constituents will miss his their names to correspondence jorie Winkleman Bunneil Lions Club luncheon (-0-)
devotion to his District and ,'* Smith said "and SATURDAY "y Crews. meeting at 12:15 at Bun- ASSIGNED
his State. His career In the names are not enough. nell Civic Center.
House of Representatives hasbeen Almost all of the 30 million SUNDAY-Burton Goodwin.. (o.) Pvt. Randy Morris US Army
a shining example of names In VA's master Index Gene Bowers Joe Zysk Ray Boy Scout Troop 495 meet Is spending two days leave In
integrity, rectitude, patriotism file are duplicated. For Instance mond Nailller. Marietta Mis- Ing. Bunneil with his parents
dedication and devotionto there are 305,000 sinne, C. W. Undsey, O. W. (-oWsdaMdor. -) Walter and Laura Morris, before .
Miess.
the public weal. Smiths on file and 9,000 of July 10 reporting to Ft Stewart
Invited to respond by Con. these are John Smith. The TUESDAY -Lloyd Charles Ga. for assignment Pvt. MorrIs
pressman Sixes. Congressman Johnsons number 204,000. and. Bembry. Boy Scout Troop 472 meet has been stationed at Fort
Herlong said: contrary to popular belief, the WEDNESDAY-Lana Moody, Ing. Sill Okla.
"I am most grateful to the Wllllamses with 151,000 outnumber Flynn Edmonoon, Kris Schaeffler. .
people of my District for having both the Browns 145.- Ann Wilder, Rev. Max _.
sent me here for 20 years 000 and the Joneses, 143,000. Hall. :

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TONIGHT (Thursday) .

FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL

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MARRIED and Mrs. Paul MerrertfeOy mother
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn MNfcr Hill. S. c. amwunee the
are at hswe at 178 Hsbul* birth tiC ft flMttfntor CvMftfftfity AMII.T A.", nolf

Road, OfOMfld B**.... ***r Drwfne Nearer. horn June 30. AT LH* tf HOME
heir manttfe lay IT cal 3Ae weficed of 1M paw The Flafisr Bash htme
subsequent' wedding My I* and four MISM+** at MM*. of )lr. and Mm. HowatiLrreh .
,I Nassau.The Mr. and )In. jonnMic Jwc. was lire sene Mcantty
bride is the termer err Holly Hill S. C ale tepaternal of a family I HIOH. MeN
Miss Nancy Hargett. d* fcter grandparents. Mrs. than thirty enjoyed the lam-
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hafgett. Maria Mercer 8trneii Ie thegnest ily gatherin
Bunnell. Her husband to the .grandw......... Those attending were Cart
son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, J. Lam; Mr. and Mr*. RfefcaMILereh
fwA. Miller, Flagler Beaeh. JAMES ALBERT BURKSEO.JR. and daughter Deena;
Mr Miller is attending Daytona Mrs. Mary Brass and' children;
a Beach Junior CeHege Mr. and Mrs. James Albert Mr. and Mrs. James Bros;
and Mrs. Miller to a student Burned of pttnneil are the L41 and Becky Thomas; and
In the adult division of Mainland proud parents of a sen barn Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hollen-
High School. Friday, June 28 at 8:40: a. m. baeh and lJdrf'fall of
at Bunnell General HetpKal nagler Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
SYBIL SMITH He weighed five pounds and Harry Hollenbach. and child
eight and one-half ounce at rest Scott Bck and Mr., .and
LEVIBRANNA
TO WED
birth and has been named Mrs. Barry L. Sterner and SOft
)i $AT. James Albert Bumsed. Jr. all of Pennsylvaala

The wedding of Sybil Smith
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. RODGERS SON BORN IN GAINESVILLE HOSPITAL
L. Smith, Winter Haven and Mr. and Mrs Herbert Rodgers Mrs. Bill Fryman is a medical .
Levi Brannam. Jr.. son of Mr Macclenny, Florida are ) patient at J. HUH Miller
and Mrs. LevI Brannam, Bun the parent of a son born June Medical Center Hospital at
nell, has been set for Sunday. 13 at St Vincent's Hospital Gainesville Her room numberis
July 1 at the home of the JacksonvUle. 343.

bride's parent, 10 Chamberlain
Drive Winter Haven.


CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY

Clifford and Lois Hlggin-
botham celebrated their eighteenth
.
Y J wedding anniversary
last Tuesday night at Julian's
at Ormond Beach -.
Joining them for the celebration
were') ,. and Mrs. R.
W. Deem Jr.


BEACH GUEST ;

Mrs. Marion Dee of Brock
ton. Mass. Is visiting at Flag
lee Beach with Mr. and Mrs. ,
George Reed and Augus tR
SEPTEMBER WEDDING PLANNED Reynolds.

Mr. and Mr*. FrederickGeorge Is planned.The .
Skolar, Palm Ave, bride elect Is a graduate HOUSEGUESTS

Bunnell, announce the engagement of Bunnell High School Cpl. Kenneth Allen Dearing,
of their daughter and Is
employed as secretaryin
N. C
Camp -Lejuene. spent
Miss Cheryl Lynne Skolar to the office of Flagler County Beach
last weekend at Flagler
Lawrence Mack Y lvinrton.son Tax Assessor.
visiting his mother Mrs. Lucy
of Mr. and Mrs. ClaudeW. Her fiance Is a 1962 graduate "
Yelvlngton, Seville Floe of Taylor High School, Dearing. f ..' : :
Mrs. In law
Hearing's
son
Ida.A. PI rson. Florida He is presently and ,-:41'b'H .
and daughter, Harry
September wedding In the employed at Wadsworth .
Mary Ann Blair Anderson,
Bunnell First Baptist Church Lumber Company. Bunnell.
.. Indiana and her granddaugh- Dutoa cy 'in** i- rte in

er, Sanday Sampson Briar, N. MR. AND MRS. HARRY BULLOCK(
J. are due to arrive today fora BULLOCK-WILSON alencon) lace and -a -alencon

visit. lace chapel train. Her shoulder
WEDDING VOWSEXCHANGED length veil was attachedto

4 RETURN HOME a white satin crown embroidered

Mickey and Boyce Atkinson Miss Faith Ann Wilson, with seed pearl
returned home Tuesday from daughter of Mrs. Vivian L. Her ies. flowers were white dais

Atlanta. Ga after two weeks Hanna Flagler Beach, and
visit with their uncle and Harry Edward Bullock. Ill Miss Cheryl Manna sister of
aunt. Moses and Joann Atkin son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. the bride was maid of honor.
son. Joann accompanied them Bullock. II, Haw Creek exchanged Richard R. Bullock, brotherof
home and will spend the wedding vows at the groom was best man.
Fourth of July holidays with Flagler Beach First Baptist There was a reception" afterward
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Church at 7 p. m. June 14. in the fellowship hall
Jeff C< at the double ring-cnndlelight the reception were Mrs. Audrey

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ruff and ceremony. Mrs. Claude Barrow Waterman Mrs. Louetta
yThota Mrs. S. I. Cowart returned was organist and Miss Kathy Wesley. and Miss Helen Kozlow -
ki.
home today from Crystal River Bourne was soloist
and Yankeetown where Escorted by Jimmy Lee After a wedding trip to
they visited relatives. Field the bride wore a floor south Florida. Mr. and Mrs.
Bullock are residing In Bun
length gown of crepe and nell.
Recent visitors at the homeof
Miss Lucille Walker, Pine
St. Bunn lI. were her brother
and sisted in law. Jinx and BARNES SEA FOODOPEN
Dora Walker and daughter
A't'iA Janet and Priscilla Roop of ALL SUMMER
.,. \ ... Wild wood.
bf Th. c. Item THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY

MR. AND .AIRS. JACK KNIGHT Robert Baker. Tallahassee, FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
Is visiting his son In law and

KNIGHT '""'hld. daughter County Commissioner GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
HULAS 1-.1 Paquita Hugas, sister of the and Mrs. Louis Stefllk
bride, was maid of honor. She and children' Holly and Mar SPECIAL
NUPTIALSMaria More a floor length gown of tin.
pink dotted swiss over satin
Hugas became the Southern Fried
ChickenWith
with
a demi-empire bodice. TEXAS VISITORS
bride of Jack Knight in a
double ring ceremony at her Walton Victor Cowart was Mr. and Mr. Grady Davis Homemade Biscuits and Honey
home 115 Lantana Ave., Flag best man. Out of town guest enroute to their home at Mid
lee Beach Sunday afternoon, Included Mr. and Mrs. Earnest land. Texas, from a business All You Can Eat $1.50
June 9th. Rev. Charles Anders, Maher and son Troy, Miami trip to Bahama Islands stopped
First Baptist church Bunnell sister and brother in law of over In Bunnell last Monday .
otf ctating. the bride; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. to visit Mrs. J. B. High. Homemade Clam Chowder

Maria is the daughter of Knight Bainbridge Ga., par. Mr. Davis resided In Bun
ants of the
Mrs. Russell bridegroom; Mr. nell several while
Blanton years attending -
Flagler
Beach and Jack Hugas St. and Mrs. Jim Kirk. Albany, Bunnell High School AFRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH
Ga.; Mr. and )Irs.. Jack Hu
Augustine.
gas and daughter Roberta St. CARD CHOICE T
Knight Is the son of Mr. Augustine OF THANES -8ONE STEAKS
and Mrs. C. H. Knight Bainbridge I would like to thank the
Ca. Assisting in the reception at doctors and nurses for their FROG LEGS VEAL CUTLETSCOME
the Blanton home Mrs.
were kindness
to
me while I
Given was
In
marriage by her Earnest
Maher Jr. Miami sister a patient at Bunnell General AS YOU
father
the bride wore a floor of the bride Mrs. ARE
; Jim.
length A line Hospital recently Also, my
gown of peau Kirk, Albany Ga. PARTIES INVITED
de sole and cousin of friends for their visit, cards FOR RESERVATIONS
chantllly lace her
the
bridgroom. and Mrs. Judy !
flower
and gift and the PHONE
tell of Illusion was attachedto Smith. San Francisco Calif. encouragement 829-8498 or 829-3485

a crown of petals and The couple plan to make given me andpra"f'I'S South of St.
Augustine
offered for 4 miles
my recov US
pearls. She on
carried a cascadeof their home in Albany, Ga. Hwy. 1
white daisies and an or- where Knight Is employed eryMary Flcklln Zichlttella At Moultrie-Sign on right4THJ








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Mrs Fes..... T.nse MIL 1
Yawsgiisr ... ipi iec ksws Dwranee choir DtIrNMe P L Mr. and Mr* G. T. P.bat Man or .Woman_ Wad *. '
Ire tINt iapawese Oseds.. at aM JiIN. HelmsMMM a ...eIIIc .,, Ma OMW sCTfc1fcs sere -- in w. VA raV0sWOowsty 4B*

Morse Psis Pork arrived Ines and Jimtgr JAM Wednesday evening.ta e, awl Mr. *.* Mll- or
..eU IMC WMk whore lie fcr Las toft last MMay flatter ... -. ool '.'.. act .1-. K-. 11Nlttlt and (la..... leith .... :

wilt stay whilst wwsrh lag a* the weeks Vegas visit Nevada with for MMSn MVetal ).al.fst ant MtGrtff as supcipal tt ...gvlew. ,..... earni.rs. WI. I
partc. Tnrnte's etilsiltry """ of BuniwUMcGrlff tM R..Ml last ... .... !'
ClMkftMd"Vi 'I'\IrMr.
Mr. Yashas.do and .Ms ..... HIlla leheeL la coa !ipfcyeke.1 lli' and Ms ...... =

HIM tWO dat.... aft rostgon and education ins and t- fVMTTS My 4, It Jap.JIr'Dllf'lf .
Moore 9L. Huawe4LMrs. and MIL A. J. N eiand sl..uder at 9t Johns MvertoPatatfca. =-... Pits. a.hsr GMsam .

lt "Tuesday fee theta home c.u.e .... ..... aM J IfL 1M ..... JMv. j
M. lei honita laws after two IeQrtff ..Mtt A masters decree *
C. 5tfkoIt1oaM. Jr. PARENS .tag Machine. ale aaajs, bltptht -
wft'I'We If1 hMeH with ..
In admifttetfarion and '
left Tuesday via Jet' fer Re. bMUo hebr. dfeorarfvelA
tone. New Meaieo, to jeIft herhusband their left In law and tough supervision* He served as hass. David and Nancy Slileiis, ........ etc Wanted someone
or. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walters Vienna.. Va. are te
ket all coach and assistant wpeattd .
Wfeo haft Qfa<* of his tftW area IO IvMMvl1 3 PAT
afttt left RebMe. arirve Friday far a visit with
principal at Bummed High .
quarter horses entered In tie meMt at $14.15 or cash bal.HK"e
Futurity at Retene. School for a number of years. their parenta, Gordon and Janet of $18.9. Guarantee sill!

Mrs. Grace Wray has return His appointment was recommended Shields and Levi and good. Can be seen and tried

The Rev. Father Antonio ed home from North Carolina by SuperintendentCoy Melba Briumanv. out in this area. For mere Information.

Leon of Bunnell left Tuesdayfor where the risked In Highland C. Harris upon the ap write Mr. Parker
and Ashviile with proval of Superintendent
Box 393. Deland. Fferid
Spain where he will volt
CLASSIFIED S
friends. Nominee James O. Cl
a month with his father. ac. July 4, TTC
Hugh Morgan was appointed ADVERTISINGSEPTIC
UCGAL ADYKaTl.&JrI' Mrs. W. A. DuMWa Blvedere. General Supervisor of FOR SALE Rent or Lease

I* TMK rOI' TV 41 I":...-. S. C. 1s visiting In Schools after Craig reported 2 bedroom Florida room;
"KL4IHI'Ot HT %rLAGLKH
...riUIBATK SO. KM* had declined the posi Mar. T-TFC
V4 ALtON HEkWTATB J. KtNNKT.Of eron.Mr. tion. Morgan holds a masters _

irrlt'r. and Mrs. Fred Hutchlru degree. He la completing hissecond Land For Sale-St Johns River
TANK
cleaning drain
CKimfTQJgpANp TO CRKDMY1RTo plan to leave Saturday for year as supervising fields Installed; Bou-Rotar; lot Terms If desired. Ph.

trOtt ft.UUJ8: AAf3AIINa'r aUID f'JII4 their home at Kings Moun principal of Inverness High snail shell Reasonable prices.Call m.3 UC. July 4. ltc

!: tale N. C after vacationing School and has had a number George Jar sz. 437-3410
aotl.ed ou. and each and required*f you .r to. heresy pre.- at Flakier Beach where they' of years administrative experience "1-11 One Used Berkley third h.. p.

sent MUT rUlnw aadd demands visited Mrs. Florence Norcross in Virginia schools. water pump with 12 gal tank.
which jwi. or either of ywt, may and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks. Mrs. Morgan was Perfect condition.. L. Mal
K... .(.t..t the ...... *f MTAl; appointed
TON -K1NNKT.. 4M ..... Tate guidance counselor at Bun. TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet phurs. Tel 4392132. 7-l-2tc
of nacl.r County lord to Mr. and Mrs. Jan nell High Schdol. She holdsa
the T. K. MrlialchL t usa Spanglerhad us help beautify naala-
tjr rz.. *f. KU l.r Cvanir.ntr as houseguests last week masters degree with certification County. Large variety of evergreens Used Air Conditioners nurted. -
(P1ql.r Oountr.Court hou F10rt4a." In 01111.within. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deen of in counseling. She palms, hedge plants. working order. Cheap See

six montki Irene th. dais of 1M Welch W. Va. was counselor at Cedar Key' SH miles S of Bunnell on at Massles Motor Court. Flag
ant Each' bH claim tlon or.demand r this -must()<.. High School last year U. S. L Feb. 15-tfc ler Beach. June 27. 2tp.

bed in .tln.1e and must stat.tho Mr. and Mrs. John Saules
.
pl_ .f ...14._ Sad ....,.
olltr address of the claimant and children Doris and Tommy

d.I..n4 ..smut*... his b. agent sworn or to his by the.!. of Savannah, Ga. arrived
tornoy or It will become voidaceordlilg today to visit Mr. and Mrs. CLEARANCE SALE
to law. James Stepp Bunnell.
Kash creditor: hall "
,um t.nl of his ear to
....bl. tho (tlllll) Judjo to mall
on. to rack personal rtprratallvo. > "Skipper" Jordan formerlyof .
Bunnell now living in Jacksonville .
listed this Pith day of Jun.
It... la visiting in Bun
ofN KlniMirWaMoa nell with Eddie Barrow. %
M. Kinney 33 off
A. Exrr.tr. of the t.a.1t.IICI.I. %

WUI .Ttajn,.nt. dos af Jim Camp Gainesville spentthe

e.ao... weekend In Sunnell visiting ,,,, .
:
First o bl *atlon on:
with frl
July. -ll-lt'!t nds. Jim Is a
former Bunnell resident
LEGAL ADY&aTl'.DTOT" 2OO DressesJR.

\ 's er I p.un) Dr....". Mary Flddin Zichittella and
Ml K IT IITAwraIll./l fKR.0AU .
rKorKHTV TAXK daughter Maria are residing
A* provided In Chapter MTSI. at Flagler Beach for the AND MISSES SIZES
Art of 1MI. I Is hereby sum
given that ti hoN IntaaclbU per. mer. Mrs. Zichittella is retired TO
onal property taira aorord VALUES FROM tWO 4T
from the Government in
for Iflf aro now d llnqu.nt sad
b*.lnnli>V with April tat smith Washington D. C. She will. be
tares .,. drawing interest of 1per
cent pr month unless tbmounta remembered as the former MANY ONE OF A KIND
ort poalto each name Mary Ficklin, of BunnelL
below are paid before tbo r.tday Dacron. Polyester, Cotton and Cotton Blends
of Nay warrant will b*
Issued th 'iranII levy STATING: AT BEACH
upon the pronalproorty
of tho taxpayer for unpaid
Among those from Bunnell
fair. ..*.atn.. and additional
root The name of thdW vacationing at Flagler Beach
unt Intanflbt* property are Mr. and Mrs. Charles
taxpayers and the amount of
taxes and th* flrt _atb'* penalur. Cowart and children. Mr. and 33offSwim
are a* follow:
Uman P. thlr,.... _.._f I.TI Mrs. Sambo Tilton and children
Ilo nald K Helen M. .Vatwlrli Mr. and Mrs. Walton

PSALM- R HHOWN. diets Kinney and children and Mr.
Tax CollectorFlacler and Mrs. Clifford Hlgginboth-

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I in the MM wMe --
*My way
Too Late MIa Mw .spisited and ... is K only net tteteewn to Got reM:* P1k/qert

premed beak groups .. their WEN God Is ieeahlnc .e the ietty errs

... .......te. I and te etefgy ate aeewt reheard Dr. and *'- E. WhlltM

To Classify Beyond, the social sad eee* HEWS spensos to sir-eke.. AM I Ware, Gfeeevflle. ....... *

weans wale that eeavea venRM Jj the vole of tke Led Bwmell last Tuesday with
...... lr.
IIY women Me Mpt data. Was sa7twg. 'WMM shall I ...... .....

While we have been led to My, that there to a Weekly Sermon and who will go Jet las! Dr. Ware is a farmer passer
beMeve that the Negro, the mosaUtg: It to wrong to make 1'MtI I .w 'Ifere HI I! Send ef the Bwmeil B4etOwen.
sifted women prow' that tfceyae lite' lash 68. .
Mexfetfl. the Indian and anyone .... Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor
taming less than $W**> twice M feed a* men '
MEETING
wrong tO hamper them with Bunsen Methodist: Church LOCAL PASTO3* ATTEND :
are under privileged.
a year
all the burdens of housekeeping ItoprMenting the Bunnett
along comes Caroline Bird to THE HARD or HEARING' ATTEND' BIBLECONFERENCE Chiron at the Defend .
national and child bearing.when Methodist
tuner disturb our
stalk by pointing out in her technology ha rippedthe Christianity needs disciples District "Set Up Meet.

new book "Bern FftM ". sex labels off work, *t who are tuned to the voice of The Paster's Role In a Ing" at Ormond Beach Methodist -

that American' women are asunder home and ottMe. To five Cod. However, so many turna Changing World" was the Church last Tuesday
privileged and abusedas every woman a chance, marriage deaf ear to the voice of God. theme of a four day Pastor's night were Rev. Oliver Tay
and men, as well a. He her Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer.
any of the rest Cod speaks in many ways. Bible Conference attended by
While this of underprivileged work must change, and she speaks through the needs of nearly 80 pastors from all Martin MeDanlel and Levi

group raving explains the new patterns mankind. In the hunger painsof parts of Florida at Stetson Drady.
are not that our live must take. a child In the sorrow ofa University Deland, last week. NOTESADMrM'ED.
tearing their hair malt'hltlC.ItTNmIfI.r HOSPITAL
threatening Caroline Bird knows whereof mother whose son has died Attending the conferencewere
and Frank Waugh
she She Is wtfe battlefield in the Rev. Max
able to speaks. a upon a or Hall First
they still seem to be Flagler Beach Warren James
and and mother as well as a successful needs of a neighbor seekingan Baptist Church of Flagler
make a good case certainly Moore Flagler Beach; Susan
business woman. Wife expression of God's love Beach and Rev and Mrs.
deserve consideration. Shemwell. Flagler Beach;
of Journalist Tom Mahoneyand because a wounded heart Charles Anders. Rev. Andersis
According to Caroline if you director of public relations resounds the voice of God. pastor of Bunnell First Harry Paul Flagler Beach;
this Stella Jones. Bunnell; Clifford -
are born female, in
research for the firm of Church.
strikes It Is good to be self-suffl- Baptist Higglnbotham. Bunnell.Juinlta .
country you have two
Dudley Anderdson. Yutzy. dent, but what about those Bunnell
of male Gilyard. ;
against you because Her by-line is familiar to their MUSICAL PROGRAM
who
can't help plightThe
dominance. Read her book Janice Davis Bunnell; Mae'
readers of Atlantic Monthly. church needs to be attuned
a
and will AT FLAGLEB Bunnell Sharon Patrick
"Born Female" you BEACH Gurley ;
New York Times ,
Magazine
to the needs of man Darrell Brttt.
probablyarree. Espanola;
Reader's Digest. Esquire Look kind. Only when a person BAPTIST CHURCH Bunnell Jessie James Card.
In "Born Female", Miss and other publications. Her of ;
sees multi-misery mankind
Bird attacks with candor and Interesting book "Bom Fe In various forms, and The public is invited to a nor Bunnell; Raleigh Alexander

originality a subject which male" will Infuriate some people says that except by the graceof congregation hymn sing Sun Jr. Bunnell; Jeanette

for years has been brushedout women as well as men Cod this could be me will day July at 7 p. m. at Flag- Bertha, Bunnell; Arthur Jones

of sight Women are un but none will be Indifferent the church ever find Its true her Beach Baptist Church.A Bunnell; Ellie Oulze Daytona
Beach Yvonne St.
demons
der privileged because they Read It to keep up with a self ;
have been brain washed Into changing world. musical program of solos Augustine; Molly Lane. Pa.
A malady of Christendom Is
believing that they should and quartets will be directedby latka.
a hard of hearing problem.For Judson Stryker. Mrs. Anita Dismissed: Louis Manes
prefer domesticity to an active -
Andrew Jackson was the Jesus said that blessedare
Hirst will be the pianist Marietta Missinne.
exhilarative life and
are first of the Florida
governor the ears which hear. Are
afraid to complain. Territory in 1821. we really hard of hearing, orLet's
She points out that thirty

million women have been
systematically trained to NOTICENotice

humbly accept Inferior status

and unequal pay for equal Plan a Picnic

work, and penalties for getting is hereby given that on the 22nd day

pregnant and having
children to disclaim personal by 134 CAockEIL of July, A. D. 1968, at 8:00 P. M. in the Bunnell

ambition and
to apologize r I Civic Center the City Commission of Bunnell,
for their Intellect and ability. ffi

Things are changing. Higher Your bask Ingredients: a AM summer day, a patch of cool shade Florida will hear comments and opinions on J. L
education, the demand for and a plentiful supply of rood food. Not fancy necessarily but
technological skills and executive lots of tt For Instance Poor Boy Sandwiches for the main Townsend's proposed Mobile Home Site to be located

talent, and above all couno. Something of a banquet between slices of bread. Servo
the Pill are giving women thepower with crisp cool relishes and Individual bap of potato chips. With off Deen Road.
cold beverages to drink everybody's favorite flavor. For
,-'previously and exclusively dessert a cake that bakes with Its own marshmallow frosting

masculine preroga then travels right In the baking pan. Don forget the hauls CITY OF BUNNELL
tive. of self determination. opener. And be sun to pack wet washcloths In a plastic baj.
They no longer believe that They're handy for wiping sticky fingers. Now pop neyUd.:
accomplishment will make into an ice chest and away you go. Barbara C. Smythe, City Clerk >

them unattractive to men or POOR BOY 8ANDHICII MARMDULLOW.TOrTED I

that some babies should be Urge IM Frond bread CAKE
committed' to a special role In fioft batter cops BlseeJrk

life simply because they hap. J packages IS ...-n taCit) 1 np plas J tabksy NIcnalllaW scream
pen to be born female. cheese sIIgarl
!. np -.w.ia< tru.-t | SAYE- BY- MAIL|
Admittedly such womenare nip dtepprd ripe olive sort batter)

an elite group. The top 2 raps ....*.. c*.4e4 ham I egg
night women Miss Bird describe ft cap diced evramber W tea p..cd vacZUyt

have achieved success :: tcaspeee salt 15. caps milk EARN
and parity just as most top eve naywMalttSlice S'= np aatdstur.aaanbmaalws. AVERAGE".
flight Negroes have done. ABOVE
bread lengthwise Into 3 /i np brown sugar

l 1 layers. Spread with butter. .PKUd) RETURNSWe
Mix cream cheese and olives; Ya np clipped acts
O. F. ALFORD neat oven to m-. crease and
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Begtatered cucumber wt and Dour Iq1W'e PMbh2 InchH. Pay Postage Both Ways
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Ruanell Florida wrap loaf to plastic wrap. 1 Si minutes on medium speed :J:>>
.. Chill. Just before serving cut on electric mixer. Scrape aide
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.........trit .CIa...........K..: H.Ora R. HmtUMt ... .. ......Yke.PrrsNdr it

foe ... each of you are ......
y ntl6.4 and re..4..o4 .. n.. Lily J. Creel..Wee.President OF BUNNELL
.Mt any Hal*** and d.tsanda
Vtftrh you. or etthor of .
ye* may weweil V.
+e .f PNvy..euw.r aUJf EU.. rLOElDA
ROMI? MCHA1&80M. deooMo4.

..rat* of MM <*4>ay. t. fee CaMIe c. Ly1rt........ .....-...A t.k Casltlet
r Jndro of Watr CuuatpLida .
at M. olin In the oajtrt
..... of ad County at BWJ.Florida. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
:f li. wliala ala calendar >
-. !, from the time of June 28, 1968
the grit publication of Oil no*
tlce. Each Halm .r ....... hall DIUCTOUO.F.Alford
bo In wrung. and .ball scats ASSETS: .
the place of re.Mence and post
office address of tho clalmaat.afi Ch and due from Banks $ 473,230.35
< shall .o sworn to by thclalmaat.
afoat. .Uono,. aa4aar Jehn A. Clrgg U. S. Government Bonds 1,469,760.00'
such claim or ..maa4 tot
a. sled shall oo voM. R. W. CodyCharlK State County and Municipal Bonds 798,967.48
/sOars O. BI441o
Aa AdmlnlrtraUr of th. Loans 0 0 0 2,836,643.42
IC.tat. of riOSIB E. deal

IUCHARO8ON. coaM Bank Building 0 96,195.38
Plrtt pufrltcatloa JVM llth. Uly J. Crral
1"*' Furniture and Fixtures 0 e 28,201.88
J... 11. It fl .
July 4. 4t
Tom E. Hoi den
Other Assets s e e 0 9.000-
LEGAL ADVEBTUKMKJrT ,
William Lens en
15,701,888.91;
1" TIll!: rmrnr COLE or
rU&.LCK COl STY. VLOHI.DA .
*
case Ho. 4H-E
J1M ROBERT A>)PER LIABILITIES

Plaintiff*! EMPLOTtESMary Capital Stock . . 150000.00
VERONICA *. LOPER
Def.sdant Lou Durrance Surplus o o 0 0 0 0 0 e 250,000.00
MOTICH TO DEFR"D
THB 0TATM OF FLORIDA. TO: Rena Forson Undivided Profits 0 0 72,326.10
VERONICA tt. LOPER
P.QBoa14 Reserve for Contingencies 25,000.00
Claudine Iloftlord
Pw Couth Carolina
Ton as.b,r.br Botia.4 thata Dividend No. 41 o o e 6,000.00
suit has been > .. acalait yoM Grace Phlpps
tho above ntltl4 caa*.: and Unearned Interest 29,487.69
you aro h.rbr ro iilro4 to nl. Jeffrey SealeCelestine
your answer with tho Clerk of Deposits 0 5,169,075.12
this Court. and to servo a copy Stanish
thoroof upon tho plaintiff or $5,701,888.91
plaintiff attorney, whoo. name
Lucille Webb
sad address la:
CUARY 4t UATTINOLT
1H West Rich Avenue
Poland, Floridanot
later than July It. A. D.
UIL
If : do so. Default
lt-Jo
will. aa-alnat you for 4
the relief demanded In tho bill
of complaint Tho mature of said
alt being for
DIVORCE
WITNESS my hand and seal
ot Mid Court this tth day of
Juno A. D 114$.
(Official 8alj
OEOKQE M. MOODY
Clerk of Mid Circuit Court
By Kathryn L Emery
Deputy Clerk
Juno It. IS 11. July I. 1U

LEGAL ADVCHTUEMKirTIt :

Tilt 4Ot'NTY Jl|Mi r.
('01 NT rLAbUUC c.:4 bTl.rHOMATK .. .
a'I.ONiDA
Vo. MM
IN HK: Estate of -
OtXlRUK MOODY


THE Deceased.HTATK CITATION<>V FLORIDA

TO JfUA MOODY Avoid
KfUA M. PULLER
L I. MOODY
LEONARD: (". MOODY
JAMES x HAIUHTT. JR.
WIU.IAM HAUOITT
HETTT! JOGiltARIUlt.4 :

FRANK U. PYLE STRIKER

L. A. YE1AINOTON
and all other peroooa concerned:
You aro hereby notlned thata rush
petition has been nled In Mid
'ourt praying for an Order authorizing -
ibo Administrator to
..ll certain real and personal hourM
property belonging to Mid ..-
state at private or public ale
and you are hereby required to
Ale your written defenses thereto
within thirty day after the
Aral publication or posting honor
and servo a copy thereof up
on petitioner attorney, whose
name and .dd,..* are:
LE LAND & fHIAVV
Plot ifsIlunneil .
Florida III1

mayybe enteredd. *o, judgment
In duo courte
upon the petition.
WITNESS mr hand and tho
Hal of said Court at Flacler
County Florida, this tth day
of Juno INI.

T. K. )lcK.I tat
County Judge
First published or potted on
31 Juno HL

_Juno 11. 4te.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,

IV TUB flKCt IT roiHT OKFLA
<.L :. lot:'T1'. FM>"-
IUA
!. ('aao :*o. 4 IS-A
JAMLM A. LACY
Plaintiff
'L
IRENE Eo LACY
Defendant
NOTTO ulna I.
THE STATE or FLORIDA, TO
IRENE E. LACY
Whose Residence Address I*
fnknown:
You aro hereby DOUSed thatult
a has been Sled against you
In tho above entitled cause; and
you are hereby required to Bio
your answer with tho Clerk of .
this Court and to servo a copy
thereof upon tIM plaintiff or
plaintiff attorney, whose aamo
and add ret* I*:
MAURICE WAGNER
P. a Drawer AA
Holly Hill. Florida
not later than July 27. X DIf -.
11".
you fall to do ... Default
WIt be entered against you far
tho relief demanded In the hWof
complaint. Tho nature of said
suit being for
DIVORCEWITNESS
my hand and tool
of Said ttturt thus Seta day of 7 p.m. Is the starting time now for the low Long Distance !night rates.

.I.** A ttEORaE" p. 114'U. MOODY Moans that you don have to wait any more until 8 or 9 o'clock when tho @ Southern Bel

(OActeJ Clerk Peal of) Mid Circuit Court cafJIng traffic Is at Rs heaviest. So, why do It?

BT Kathryn L. Emery
Deputy Clerk
June 21. July 4. 11. 11. 4U







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g-THC ruau 71111Mf1 THVftC JWLT 4. MMB J'IIIiINC Toowf AMCMTMJUttHH SOFTBALL NEWS GARBAGE DUMPDISCUSSED

FISHING LINE .**s Btfcew Fit* COB* ) j Bg ...., .,y.. AT
.
TM Haitfax twit FlssilntItefe
)tarn
T. and
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By .\( xamba of DaytoM 1IMItt isap.wssriag Th III shuitist Softball team CITY MEETING
Jttener who fish out of the
a !StriMnc Pah"l (.....IM Metts 14-4 Thwadayftiffc
Mara.iosd Fir Cams brought In 14 fiotrwdetl .. Plagler County Sanitarian
rem- Saturdayd aM sin* .. w..
Lots Green tells us that there ... $ bras, wraaa.a 12 lbsne .. 'In- f111 ) ,t sssdfbefors.
.: t i%* r. ...0' 2'7.38.' An .ery w.......... .... +n y
94 ,Mlaw -
haw .been catches of > were e allr
food bl
feels required for each aafler Mtranc was cancelled. due to the Bunnell ) Commission
term and whiting Mr. and Mywtfe jif
In the tort the wet' a.J4.
participating to the:
night request
Monday
MIL Mvndenhall from Jax. Jvslc leBflfovs. Pish c-p
who Hah here each weekend, Dubs Colee wh*. nsns the annual event The tournaments : Monday night t *aiiiorth Commission to do somethingto
caught :M drum on .hrimprtoftor charter: heat Tnmiioy had as open to the puMte. Lefe.led the Methodist. in the rid the city garbage dumpof
Awards will be prtsenUni to
fills. Holly toM the comig -
Beach Pier his party: Mr. E. W. Gorney.Pittsburgh. first gameHaating 11-1.' L
the point winner' Sunday. mi.rseten flies were beam
Pa. Turner led w..l WIlla
Pew catches of drum and They brought
whiting. being caught using in 15 big kings. Art Ohm. Pa- July 34 at Dan's Boat Hawse. 3 .irks. He a heMHwL. Doodle a serious problem in thecommunity
New Smyrna Beach. F fLenasen. M.
and naked their
shrimp latches of bass from latka brought In 14 beeswhile thee .iwferenation l'OIttMt Ten pitched good ball for
assistance in wadieatlng the
the piers has fallen off fishing at the Inlet.Sing's Wadaworth.
O. Box 8K Burt.nell.
Flab Camp P. peats. The commission agreedto '
CATCHES BIG DRUM"Squeaky" Good catches of croaker' and The Inauranee team built a bum the dump area on East
whiting being taken from the good !lead and heM on far a Hwy. 160 Tuesday and requestthe
III docks. The baas, drum and LITTLE LEAGUE 17-6 win over Metis. Murray county to bury tM refuse.In .
trout seem to be running' ACTIVITIESDISCONTINUED Smith paced wMt1 4 ........ 8M ether action Monday.
good. Ernie Wyand from' Btag a 1tetMnm. Murray new .leads night the commission-:
caught 3 bass avg. 3 Ibs. us. Flagler. Beach Little League the league with 3 hSfRtAIM. Accepted a $399131 check
ing cut lady Ash Sam Yancie Baseball activities have beendiscontinued No games will be played from Plafier County Housing
and Bob Bleachoe Jax. for the season Thursday. July 4. Authority for payment In lieu
brought In 2 trout avg. 5 Ibs., according to Howard HoHen- of taxes. Executive Director
I and 7 bass avg. 6 Ibs. Gene bach, volunteer director. H.llenbach Monday July 8, the Ant M. B. McDanid, who submitted
I Hersey, Bunnell. 5 trout, 2S stated that due to aback game will be Wadsworth vs.Metts. the check, explained the
I Ibs: 3 bass 2.3 Ibs. John ProM Injury he was unable to and The Insurance $3991.91 was ten percent of
er who is an old timer .tBln.s continue supervising the youth team will play the MethodistIn the collected rent In the housing
caught 5 bass, avg. 4 activities. the second ..m project MeDaniel also
Ibs. 3 sheepshead. 5 Ibs. anda Hoi lenbach said the Uttle pointed out the amount paid
? variety of smaller fish. Earl League players are asked to SUMMER PROGRAMTOURNAMENT averaged S36.06 per dwellingfor
Jones of Rlverdale. Maryland turn their uniforms In to him the fiscal year endlnj
brought in 18 drum. on or before July 12. June 30 196aAnnounced
;. there would be

Black is shown ... 'f., '., '**$$& v If,>. WINNERS Winners of the Bunnell 8 a public at 8 p.hearing m. to discuss Monday transferring July-

holding a four pound six High School Summer Program Bendy Mack Boston
ounce drum which he caught shuffleboard tournament are and Bunnell Homesites tncr.
off Flaglcr Beach pier While Robert Aklns, Diane Harris lots to acreage.Approved .
-Squeaky" hooked the fish Cliff Sheffield. Patricia Peavy paying the month
and held on all through the and Unda Sheffield ly bills.
battle, his grandmother, Mrs. .,.
Virginia Wyndham Bunnelldid
have to help a little *
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Motmuos Inlet .IJIiG
firyt
Still a few catches of bats F0R
being brought in. although
not as many but they are
larger In size. J
Surf Fishing<<
Seems the only fish being
caught are at the Rocks. *
to. .
Canal Fishing lit r-I
Doug Pierce and Bernlt"KozlO.kl
of Flagler Beach Tom Humphries, 1, and Tom Lenssen. r, are shown with
the Dolphin they caught last weekend at Port Salerno. Assistedby
In 5
brought 14 trout avg IDS,
using live shrimp. Fishing Mrs. Lenssen. the trio caught :20 Dolphin ranging from 13-15

south of Flagler Beach bridge. pounds.Seethelight.

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