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: July 11, 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: UF00079914:00443
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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School Board --

I Adopts :

Tentative BudgetThe : : r

Flagler County Boardof 4A

Public Instruction adopted BUNNELL LIONS

tentative budget for 196869at
the school board meeting
1Y ,
Tuesday. Figures were not HEALTH NURSE '

available at press time. !
Flagler County Public ;
The unomelal budget figure ,
Health Nurse Margaret Tay
ElE state
does not Include
lor spoke to Bunnell Lions _
funds HEW federal
or any .
dub at their Tuesday luncheon
funds. Motion to adopt the .
on the subject of mild.ft'n'
budget was made by Member eyesight
Dave Ferryman seconded by
Mrs. Taylor described the
H. V. and car.
Member Feavy,
used In
eye testing program
Tied without opposingvote.
any the public schools. She stated
that they had tested 414 children *
The offldal tentative bud. In the three schools this

get will be advertised' In The past year and found 24 defec-

Flagler Tribune. A public tive eyesight cases which

meeting will be held the fol. were referred' for treatment by ,

lowing week.Superintendent.
4 4rot. i
James O. (X the 24 cases requiring

Craig stated The" Board has referral Mrs. Taylor said that -

spent three work sessions going the Bunnell Lions dub had 'r Ttw a lulu

over the budget Item by provided glasses In seven of Miss Delorts Dfen. left Miss Flagler Fiftieth Anniversaryof

Item. We feel that wt bn these cases. She expressed' appreciation 1967, b shown crowning Miss Jo Anne Wilson daughter of BEACH STUDIES

cut down everywhere possible for the work of the Mr. and Mr*. Bernie Wilson as Miss Flagler County of 1968.

and we are still at the max Lion dub In eyesight con Her attendants are left to right 1st runner-up. Miss Kathryn CABLE TVRepresentatives

imum millage". servation.
Strickland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Strickland; 2nd from Clear
Mrs.Taylor said. "It la most
said the HE budget
Craig to child find runner-up. Miss Johnnie Ruth Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Channel TV and Mlcanopy
submitted to gratifying help a
of $101370 was
the State Department of Education a new world through glasses". T. J. Miller and 3rd runner-up. Miss Cohen Tucker, daughter Cable TV appeared at the
two weeks ago and Vice President M. L Fuller of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Tucker.. meeting of Flagler Beach City

The four girls were named before crowd at Commission Tuesday night to
has not yet been approved. presided at the meeting the a capacity Flag-

However, not 'AM& change absence of President Don Jordan lee Beach Thundar as a major event of the Annual Fourth of further discuss their proposal

was anticipated. who was on vacation. July Frolics. to install cable TV In Flagler

Title I federal' funds of a Thirteen members and three The affair was staged by the Youth Action Cub with Commissioner Beach.It .

... J"' pJWP.: of 'I6oJSO have guests were present. Keene Cs: }nee acting as master of ceremonies. Judges was reported by severalof
.\. i Lai .mtet ef the
rtag the commissioners that
: .j.s
been applied for eventhoughthe were Mrs. ThomiiVTstes. Tallahassee; Willis Brown..Anniston
Bunnell Lions Cub was held Florida Power and Light Company .
Board has been advised Alabama and Dr. Boles, Gainesville.
Tuesday night to discuss had advised them that
that It has not made sufficient
committees, and preliminary their light poles could not be
In Integration to be
progress activities for the ensuing year. DBJC TRUSTEES SCOUT TROOP 435 used for TV cable lines. The
eligible.The .
Club president Don Jordan representative of dear Channel .
salary of the County and members presented numerous ORGANIZEThe COURT OF HONOR stated that If this proved

Superintendent was set at Ideas for making the Board of Trustees of to be true, his company was

13750. dub more Interesting to members Daytona Beach Junior College AT FLAGLER BEACH prepared to Install underground .

School lunch prices were" and to promote activities met Monday evening at cabInCommlsslonf'r
The Star Scouting award
raised 5c per meat This will that would tie the club closerto the college to organize as an. Gurnee attempted
was presented to Buddy Mooreat
raise student lunches from the community.Also official Board. to determine from
the Flagler Beach Boy
35c! to 40c and teacher and discussed was bylaws.tailored The Board has operated 10 Scout Troop 495 Court of Hon dear Channel Just what portion .

employee lunches will be raised to the Bunnell Lions years as an Advisory Board. of the city they planned'
or Friday, June 28 at the Flag
from 45c to 50c Craig saidIt Club and which would eliminate Under new Florida law, the ler Beach recreation hall. The to service. However the representative

was necessary for the Boardto some of the standing Board of Trustees" assume direct could only say that
outstanding scout
take this action due to Increased committees, that have heretofore control of the college. seven merit badges received service would be furnished In

cost of food and labor. been set up each year. The Board Is composed of during the Impressive ceremony areas where population was

School lunch employees now Committee assignments will three members from Flagler conducted by Scoutmaster heavy enough to warrant, In.

come under minimum wage be read at the second meetIng County and five; members Howard Hollenbach. stallation. Micanopy had specified .

laws.Coach. of the month president from Volusia Cotmty. Members a designated area they
Jack Hardln was Jordan said, and other pressIng are recommesded by the Tenderfoot awards were presented would guarantee to serve.

appointed assistant principalat problems will be presented School to Jimmy Watson
respective Courtly Britt Sheeler. Roth companies have pnsented
Terry Stoker
School In ad- to the members.
Bunnell High Boards and appolntmelnt Is and Carl Lerch. Second Class franchise contracts to

dltlon to bring basketball made at state levil.Present scouting awards were given the CIty of Flagler Beach.

coach. Hardln hold a masters COFCTO memters from to Craig Wilder, Jon Wilder. However, since the attorneyhad

degree In administration.The MEET Flagler County art Charles E. Gerald Combs, and Mark not been furnished copiesIn

Board called for routine Creal. L. E. Wa< "'orth. III. Thomdlke. Jail Hein received advance for study. It was

bids on school lunch supplies AT BEACHThe and John A. dreg. Volusia four merit badges. decided to postpone final action .

petroleum products LP gas County members are Paul until a regular meeting
The Rev. Lester Stanton.
and maintenance supplies. Flagler County Cham Baker, Chairman;; Daytona to be held July 18th.A .
ber of Commerce will hold a Flagler Beach, was the guest
Beach; Morgan Welch. Vice number of residents
speaker for the second annual
special meeting at Flagler
crrr APPROVES Chairman DeLand: Mrs.. event. present to protest the extension
Beach Friday evening at 8
p. Jeanne Goddard. Daytona
of water mains their
SUBDIVISION CHANCES m. to make plans for settingup Beach; and Dr. W. W. Schll- The Disabled American property with assessments past on
a citizens advisory committee erans presented letters of
At a public hearing Monday decker, Daytona Beach. appreciation their property Just for the
assist. Mel Conner
to to the following
night the Bunnell City Commissioners Julius Davidson resigned purpose of providing water to
and Associates In making scouts for their assistance dur
before the meeting' was organized .
approved closing a proposed house In the southwest
the Countywide audit. ing the Foeget-me-not day
Mack Boston Heady and Bun. stating that since section of Flagler Beach.It .
The area Development Committee sales: Cart Lerch. Mark
Florida Process Color subsidiary
subdivisions. a
nell Homesltt was decided to postpone action
headed by Tom Lens- Thomdlke. Dennis Combs.
A request was filed by landowners of Daytona Beach until It was learned definitely .
sen spearheaded the projectby Ricky Miller, Tim Carmodyand
aban News Journal was doing business
Lands to
Allen that the house wouldbe
getting the cooperation of Jim Nichols.Prroeeding .
don the subdivisions and re with Daytona Beach constructed' and give the

turn to acreage.An the Chamber of Commerce., Junior College there could bea the ceremonies attorney time to determine if

official protest contain. the Board of County Commissioners conflict of interest Ills resignation a chicken dinner was servedto double assessments could be

big twenty names was, submitted and the Flagler was accepted .with, more than 100 persons in made against some properties.
Beach CIty Commission to
the recreation hail.
the commission. Adelegation regret.Dr.
to Five bids were opened for
join the CIty of Bunnell In
the Roy Bergengren was reappointed -
objecting furnishing material for the
having a county wide planning .
president at a salary
land change appeared at the
study. FALSE ALARM water line extension. however.they .
of $23,000 a year and a
hearing. County Commissioners Bun. were tabled until It was
travel allowance of $100
nell CIty Commissioners and per Monday evening the fire determined If the line wouldbe
month. John Mattlngly, [)eo.
TIDE TABLEFor Flagler Beach City Commissioners alarm sounded In Bunnell and extended.
Land was appointed attorney
July 1M7 as well as the general A budget work session was the Volunteer Fire Departmentand A hearing was, set for July11th
host of followers
a went
public are Invited to the on several proposed ordinance
set for July 18th with an official
In search of fire.
High Low a
meeting Friday evening to( budget meeting to beheld revisions.

make advance plans for the 25th.COMPLETES Someone saw a huge smokescreen The Tax Equalization meet.dug .
A3L P3L A3L P3L July
Day study. An advisory committeewill In the area of Saxon'sGarage was set for the regular

11 9:06: 9JO 2:54 2:35: be formed to assist the COURSE and turned In the meeting July 18th.Commissioner .

12 10:00: 10:21 3:42 3:43 professional planners In alarm. George Wick-

13 10:43 11:12 4:30 4:42 adopting the study to this Dorothy McN'ead. Flagler The smoke was gone when' line announced' that the bath

14 11:42: 1133 5:18: 5:36: area.The. Beach has completed' a specialized the firemen arrived. It was re houses had been completed.

15 12:01 12:30 6:06: 6:30 meeting will be heldat short course. In hotel ported the city's mosquito lie thanked the committee for

16 12:42 1:24 6:54 7:30 Flagler Beach Recreation motel cashiering at DaytonaBeach fogging machine was responsible their speedy action In having

17 1:36 2:18 7:42 8:30 Room In City Halt Junior College. for the smoke screen. them rudy for July 4th.


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EDITORIAL-- -- Ibn53 '


During recent montfts we have beard much about JWvetrye # -
\% hjftve seen all types of spending programs introduced m U. i D.: A. Choice "FULL CUT" ,1 i,

seem w ltttw M if '.;:..1tiL 1Mrw; pew rove ty ROUND STEAK' wI Ib1 $'1 10

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to have 01 pM 1 ( r ( 110M I
ref u t ate; N lose are r U. & D. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"BOTTOM v d Ii -a

to ttaftte *.'' sew cod '
ere dI would lee -ttaxpaet a" ROHHD ROAST -t't Ib 9S

ann Income to every .
other hand ssen in the fleau "

was no liable to hi them. r Choice Jutcy y ,I ,,' i .
al\4 fruits andausethere ft bits : i "
bear nd squash
grow local farmers; it 1) t ha Wes '
lobo unskille ml-aktU led 8Q. 'rin AL 1 EAT' STEW lb. 6.9

Dom Ip bomf'l fs mine quite. l II ;

thiala/dof I.'e still have rty. .., j ;::1\f { '
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fir, poverty t what the pas et\f'f.tlon coaUa\ -'
frug ..,. Little did t eat think whegjhe was growing" Lean esf e"C1ktER" CUT) Valleydale "ASSORTED'rjt5ZM' ; ,:.., : .:
up 1) mile out In the c&' try that he was In what we, 'I. ""
I call poverty today. ft : S '' r'I :t', LUNCH MEATS I
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I We Dived In a house with the boys having RO.K" .1.." ,-, t"" .
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sleeken a screened 'e thought It was lealthy. 6
died,jgr kerosene ftNrl ever complained use .: .. 'Cello Pkgs $9 r. .' .

eminent did not ridty. J .. ., "
ra = was hot running wat r. there Fresh Fl a Grade7 Ib.A"; ). I :; .,'.. '.
running. at It to the hou by the ,' '
There-was no bath room. W* used.the "out-house" in both good

and bad I 01j.yl"nff'd)\ "pw-rrfV'4 I" Nis lb. 3'
Bing :9G
Our mother cooked on a woodbtlfllt4 tdve. I Shi Raised
chickens gardened.VTwajJtA3othe< to ntc4'1iltQlu3'Skives i t :;, : .. :

madekbn3ad, and %**&$ clothes with 'Ia' Tub.ooitdT Atrd, never ,

once' dJ4.} air,. her sayr. t!e':government. ''I shdulA' l nef,f,' I oaf "'pava ".-

.rt"\.4t' : jp t HQth to get a halrctit and: never STREAK 'WHITE :BACON' Ib 39( 1"

thought*bxil coffcty pig,us/ tertafnmept.,A battery, powered ., ; ,
radio,was our oonucl will) ate out de werld- .
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house, heat it on the cook stow. find pour it into ".wa mu' lo Ca:> Red No. 303 CaD.: _
front of the feu atfo : ,.,,,.. .. '
For 00
It j h st was ,"poveny" t am grateful for, lie experience. It TOMATOES '6 '' CRISCO
makes me appre ata th ,''triffat { have worked for and earned' .
in oui.sockty tpda3r, Red & White No. 303 Can Ib' ,
We< have'. argument with the government grogramllrst' CREAM "I 3 TinLyke's 69*
help the aged and the handicapped and we believe in the social STYLE COf'A" -
security and medicare programs where people hSrVetwtrlSuted .
4 Can
toward helping themselves. oz. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
HOA"T I' p M i r.: f Vienna For
But we do get tired of hearing able bodied people) for SAUSAGE 5 shoo J
the government to guarantee them a life of ease. We got tiredof
hearing people make excuses for slothfulness, wastefulnessand Armour Star 12 oz. Can
unwillingness to take advantage of the manifold opportunities Each BORDEN'S AMERICAN
available to them. TREET 49

Granted there are true hardship cases that are entitled to CHEESE
Welchade Quart Can
compassionate help. Churches and charitable agencies should
be prepared to assume these responsibilities. And it is granted GRAPE DRINK Each 29c (12 individual
that there will be depressed areas and depressed eras when the
government would need to take action to help solve the economic slices) 39"wrapped
problems MAXWELL HOUSE oz.
But thinking people must be on the aim to prevent our
nation from falling into the role of a welfare state We havea COFFEE37C
capitalistic form of society which even at best has its faults; FOODS _
t but. the opposite of that Is communism. The choice is OUF .

John A. Clegg I .lm Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 oz. Size

Note: This editorial was written before hearing the ver>' POUND *
thought provoking It"fmef10 ably deUby The Reverend Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order CAKE 69c
Reynold Hoover last Sunday. I have the greatest respect" for The
Reverend Hoover and I accept the principles he presented in his
sermon on "Poverty". I would not want. any of his congregationto FRESH PRODUCE DINNERS"
think that this editorial: Is a rebuttal JACLETTER .ICKEN 49e
TO THE EDITOR: As amateurs,
we certainly
I wish to express my appre learned much from the experience 10lbt 59cFancy
flatten to all the folks who that should help us to TIDE
worked so hard to put together do a better Job next year. To No. 1OKRA
the YAC program at Flag those of you who were disappointed lb.
Ier Beach on July 4th. Space we're sorry It 19c Giant
does wasn't all wished It to be.
not permit naming everyone you Size 3?
but special thanks are City Commissioner Gumee Green BOILING
due Commissioner GeorgeWlckllne. may not be a professional
ilr and )Irs. Bernie M. C.. but he did a good job. PEANUTS lb. 19C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Wilson Mr and Mrs. Keene And. It was only after the
Gumee and Mr Theo Heln. contest was over that we .
These people were the back. learned that he still was not
bone of the program working fully recovered from a virus
hard to accomplish in a few which had him in bed for
weeks what normally requiresat three days.
least six to eight weeks of The three! Judges, were Impartial
preparation. None were experienced ; their decisions were
at this; it was a honest They had sever met o
"labor of love" for the communities prior to the contest and all tell ItI
and the youth of were from out of town withno Iill I
Flagter County. personal knowledge of the I I III I II
Everyone of the entries in contestants. I I Ilii
the Be utv Contest was lovely 19G8 was our first effort; II II
They ,wfre all winners. I 1969 will be better! OPEN SUNDAYS I I Phone 437-3227
am sure!' there were": manyproudpa'rents Walt Roseoe 8:00 a-m-l100 pm. ( U.S.No. 1 BUNNELL ":
In the audience l. .
haf''f.. evtmlnjf5"'':'. Chairman YAC Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good July 11.12. 13, 14 and 15, 1968x' ;5i
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? July If 'I" NOT
BuMtett CMy temmlmionmretlnc r CEI
rmyte who become 0 In ,
at 7,dO p. as.Tuesday. .
OE later wnHl' ReM sane ..
.under social secwf4 y ,to July("6.U) I The 1963 County Tax; Roll is DO pleted

/ te tM hespitral 1ft. 'Boy-SetMie.Trodfc NA 49$ and Is open for inspection in the ssessor'at '
part jo htedla- +are. .will meet at'7 autelhu In the Office at the County Court House.Respectfully .
it no work iv' ulrMMnt scent bttikH -S.'Hwy.. 'A.IoA.Flagler t
ltf .insarapee part Beach.Wednesday. .
This jnedbal In, ...1 -,, ,
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It l 4 viunUr DONALD R. MOO!
; Boy out Troop No. 472
I wiN have to bursa hos meeting at 7:3. m. 1ft'tide Tax; Assessor Fia.Ik'E'.1 bounty
: bed lor my aide mother. scout > 4 d1n '''i''st ll'J.'
covered under Medi 100 BunnelL taOearJaekr : I f
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bills'A. t1p,pureCl'f medd. TO. THEED1TOt ;
neomsaxy equipment :
\,..a wheelchairs .or ,hos : A .
) beds I
,? bring your
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and wtwt' 'f K out for "i. /. : p e scripUon to
1O snare' .,.Da!11 have to Jbe "T> mnfirv..caip> Jhisjnornlnfc,4 .
,tny lifetime (renervei'Or, : '!' Mt dawr: :,ajid read i-r / 1:' iVA .....arr.,
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:Tad cart hits'It for i lat "ways" enjoy: I I'Y'OUXr' JUqpa1s, / .
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> prefer, Onfe all'or part no brttet.<'qw Jfcan Apw U> 1 c1 1 ri?1
60 d y. 1)tefTyl1Sreserve) *' -,4 lonf.ideUn: ")bank
,I. '), a' te&M carnior he- Xqu"t4ths! Editor' I :
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V till> Ppfwfr; 1 eltrrewtve '1fole: We-irenx sr happy toreeelve 'BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
'frorrf'Medjeart' ''I 1 my I 'mny '"kind1 letters' -

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>\hat all ou. ffrd (o' do ;. 1PBECIATr" FREE' ESTIMATES, :
Is ret an Itrajfeed bill
? or unpaid) a'rtd. send- it I ThIP cooperation ,Mr. Ted BAR': FIXTURES :- BUILT-IN KITCHENS: ?

i lth >vur .)Ifoicf"re, natm. Jleln has,extended! Thd Flag BEAUTY SALON AND, bARBER( ST10N5LAUNDR

r.. questions, ao4, ap '''ler/Tritaune hi'furnishing pic- AMD DRY CLEANING...COUNTERS
turn lor our use In.the yarlMis'
.., ,>re ;furnlsh 4 ,by the
bau s:'01 the paper.. :Ml Office'Cred.ruas and Adjustable1 Shelving(
.,.cud y .QtI oel.1 i ,Y.
he asksj I* that '
%%ood kA eaw*, Day ma ,
( ,)I.>ou hfvo anx.Invite. aims creditlimywhie forget) In the)$ -we Last some minUtaHrUsH .Laminated Plastic .UpboUtery'IfronU: "
..questions thyT
jo teJcpbope HTJf| ,( .or getting 'POc"I''out .
? on time;. > >.i< 'Most orders)' flll.d Wthln IS wortlnj Wow Serrtag''
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--- EDITORIALPOVERTY----- --' -- '53

During receni mofiUi vwi have beard much about PWm'f r _
We .have wen all t>'pe* of ...pendidgptoermt.. introduced in U.1 D.: A. Choke "FULL CUT"r g
Con 1j;;;. W Save ewaresem ;
1 ai1"alt iiAtt st.t+ttired pow ryr lb. 9 !

ghetto", .: :" ..
ji.lfar" abused hj! .tli
pro! age to Nve of pee t S II 4 !Ii t
rt-fu a use N lose tI'" are ch U. S O. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"

to tiItte a seers Cf'dern I .
ch would K|** hxpa a BOTTOM, ROUNDotSIRLOjHTIP. ROAST I / Ib 98
ann Income to eveiy .
f .
other hand" ye seen cropsueK, in the ldJ .

au was no FaiUble to hrftt them _fterbea Choice Juicy t I ,
nd squash a fruits andvTegflables camot e
grow local fatrttts auw there" 'nsflldmt ha>ies [
iabo for led go Veggtnj : lb. 6,9
Dom Ip f | 4:4J'TJEW ,

er this, unsimlllt'm1'loknl i .aUon.. call;1'1 I '

rug ng wh was growing Lean Wesle N tR ) Val erdale "ASSORTED". :

up It mile out In the country that he was t ing In what we % sIlT : '
call poverty today. _. j L :ij': 'I :' LUNCH MEATS :
We lived In a four room house with thjvleep boys having + .
>oa a screened' porctiaVVe thought It was Wealthy. We stt 1 + 3 6 0%. 'S i6'
died,by kerosene lamp anojnever complained *eaue the govt u :': Cello P>g.. 9 _
eminent did not give us Jgfctrlcity.Ngt .
only was there JS',hot running wat r. there was 4=7 Ib.A.) j.1 ', .
runnlTig.*.'a<.r. at al). WeSirrled It to the'hou e by the bucket :' .
There-was no bath room. \V. used.the "out-house" in both good '
and bad wP S'WiV'| .yI'dnMvjVrF? Baling Hens Ib. 39STREAIC
Our mother cooked on a woodbuVnfng11. 1 5ht Raised : :
chickens gardenod.VfTcLW6ADothe{ "carme&'iuf+lul'lr Ods, :'

made. ry4. and .washef) clothe* with| rub"> o hl' A'ftd, Tieref _, .
once"did,< .f" ear Jrirr'" **y' tr\e Rovsrnmenf'hould'. l I'nefp'ouf,r *. *p.
trt)''.'t a+:e }t }o,0, P.t 9r ce t, |nth to get'a haircut and: rtever. 1 WHITE :BACON: Ib. 39 t

thou jbt', Unil sock/7 o>*44t,us, f1\tf'rUlnmf'Jt.} A,battery. powered :CTLEAN r
radto,w a our oonUft u4th. (he outs Ide, WorJ4We .
< w etc'+tfeln; We could: make soap carry water to the --, .. .. .
house, heat it on the cook stove ind pour it.intoryvraautl I in, CA.I Red No. 303 CaD
front bf the fireplace. ': I' ,.,,'", For $
I( hat, teas '"po\' 171 t am 'grateful for, the operle Ct'o' It TO r.1ATOES6 fOO, CRISCORed
makes.me.apprs fate t) tt'Itt i | have worked for and earned -
in our.socletytpday, & White No. 303 Can Ib'

We-:have'argument with-the government prograaMthut. CREAM eORNn ,)t$1For 'r 3 *: 69"Limit
help the'aged and the handicapped< and we believe in the social STYLE
security and medicare program where people hStV eMtrlSutecT'- I MtfAJ f )tO- .
toward helping themselves. ,,, Lyke'a oz. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Hex ? 'J f .' ( 'Vienna For
But, we do get tired of hearing able bodied people cry for SAUSAGE 5 $100
the government to guarantee them a life of ease. We ftt tiredof
hearing people make excuses for slothfulness, wastefulnessand Armour Star 12 oz. Can
unwillingness to take advantage of the manifold opportunities Each BORDEN'S AMERICAN
available to them. TREET 49c

Granted, there" are true hardship cases that are entitled to CHEESE
compassionate help. Churches and charitable agencies shouldbe Welchade Quart Can

prepared to assume these responsibilities. And it is granted GRAPE DRINK Each 29C (12 individual
that there win be depressed areas and depressed eras when the
government would need to take action to help solve the economic wrapped slices) 39'
problems.But 9 oz. Pkg.FROZEN.
thinking people must be on the alert to prevent our
nation from falling into the role of a welfare state. We havea COFFEE37c
capitalistic form of society which, even at best has Its faults; FOODS -
but the opposite that is communism. The choice is ours.

John A. Clegc I Tm Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 oz. Size

Note This editorial was written before hearing the very POUND *
thought provoking sermon so ably delivered by The Reverend Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order CAKE 6geSwanson'
Reynold Hoover last Sunday I have the greatest respect for The
Reverend Hoover and I accept the principles he presented in his .
sermon on "Poverty. I would not want any of his congregation FRESH PRODUCE TV Ea.
I to think that this editorial Is a rebuttal JAC.LETTER .ICKEN 49c
amateurs we certainly 'u
I wish to express my appreciation learned much from the experience 10 59CFancy
to all the folks who that should help us to TIDE
worked so hard to put together do a better job next )'f'ar. To No. 1OKRA
the YAC program at Flag- those of you who were disappointed
ler Beach on July 4th. Space we're sorry It 19c Giant
does not permit naming everyone wasn't all you wished It to be. Size 3?
but special thanks are City Commissioner Gumee Green BOILING
due Commissioner George may not be a professionalM
Wlrkline. Mr and Mrs. Bernie c.. but he did a good Job. PEANUTS lb. 19C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Keene And. It was only after the
Gumee and Mr. Theo n ln. contest was over, that we .
These people were the back. learned that he still was not
bone of the program, working fully recovered from a virus
hard to accomplish In a few which had hIm in bed for
weeks what normally requiresat << three days.
least six to eight weeks of The three Judges were Impartial
. preparation. None were experienced ; their decisions were
at this; it was a honest They had never met
"labor of love1 for the communities prior to the contest and all Hi
and the youth of were from out of town withno ( -
Flaglcr County. personal knowledge of the
Everyone of the entries in contestants. '
the Beauty Contest was love 1963 .was out first effort; ( I
ly. They were all winners. 1 1960 will be better! OPEN SUNDAYS I ( Phone 437-3227' _
am lure; there were manyproud'parents Waft Rcnooe'Chairman 8{00 a-m> _1:00 pm. ( ( U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
In thf audience. .
that. ... \t;, ,;r ng r.m'to ,"' t YAC Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good July U, 12, 13, 14 and 15, 1968tVI' *' !

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WM marrte. 1 t ... iirha Jet'' !' .4 Adults .rose $
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Iraptewho became' 0 In meeting' It tOO 1'- at.Tu.sday. .
at! later' wtt ned some ,.
.under. social seewrity ,to> July IS) ., The 1968*County Tax Roll ia nand 0 'npleted I

h entitled to the hesettai iff goy .5eeut':' N4 N. 495 is open for inspection in the susie
"' part ,'of. )tMeae. will meet' .r"''I a/iwi.' hi the Office at the County Court House.
. la BO work nquifement scent boiWtar S. H. \\T- A.t-A, 1
*, medical lrlsuraitce prrt FNigler Beaefc.iVout .
U 4Ua* This. anndloal ta I f 04Wednesday. Respectfully,
**?* helps pay 4e* r .hM July.'17 DONALD R. .' I
it U. vwiuntagr. Bey Troop Na 472'
. I wiN have to buy'a hoi meeting' at 7tf&( tn. In te Tax Assessor, Flaglei ountyrlllllillmillllll'

: bed lot my side mother scout #41d1f'441' "st I"" y .
this covered under Medi 100 Bunnell. t3 : .
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na4oft purchase,pf jmed TO THE
bills'A. '
necessary equipment o doctat. ,
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' thf'M. day;' UtttJ1 esetve end...* |lgng..defefpad) TThankV :
, tosrd, a' trsbrt tarfnof be. ,u'{t,,.the Editor' ,,
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'f Q.: 06 1 hive to pay my1 doc- i jLaOranse. Ca.Kole .
, i "i IlPpefbtpj't; Alif'-reeHve'; : We-ire-tnbst, happy to .'BUNNELL CUSTOM' KITCHENS
; tl'froiit'Medeart'if) my 'receive 'miJty 'kind1 letters
floe 'no .w..1st Id'' We from-OUT mi: -of town readers I t r lInT. ri. ,'EiayStt, 'J., 'p. O. Box 657BUiNELL '
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ITC 1 1qv ha{i art MAI'h.at
so. \ ill ]cowed' doS \",. IIVCIATEi FREE; ESTIMATES f ,
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I a'fir uppald *'n3.J it The .cooperation Mr. Ted FIXTURES KITCHENS: :*

,,'ijlyour; -M ilcarc flajfa: Jlelrt baa>extended: Thd Flag .BEAUTT'5ALON;': ,AND, ,bARBEii, STATtoNs

Tttme 1I"f'AUQU. a.4, .n. ''ler/Ttibufce tn'furnishing. pic- LAUNDRT .AliD DRY CLEANING..COUNTERS
tQlft'S: for oUr use in the varl"Mis'
""I, ,arc utnishetll .by J{he ,Issues i'4>f the paper. :All Office Credenzas and juitable1 Shelving
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whienwe '
creditliner some
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at'b.. JJ yotl hve anx ..time forget In the last minUtelrtisH .
,que Uon* titer;Invite of. getting the'paper FINE ,HARDWOODS,

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4--Tir ruiCLEit TRIBUNE THURS. iriT 11 196$ MISS SMYTHEMR. BIRTH Mr and Mrs. Jeff Cori.: 11

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their dang..*. )ks.M..e .
KfUELAMCMr. .wunGdftIII.. Ga;
Miss Barbara Caws RtaVe. Mr. ft** )IlL L... *MM. and
daughter of Mrs. .teali* P. and Mn. Jw VamKtrkiattd. ... ....... ...... >ha....
: .......1. and ttw late
Frnythe. Nee M& ..... Jpas
B...4I. ate )II. aM
Lmil. A. Smyth. wa HurriH ., lic.rr rf Mtew,.
comb sal
to Jon Lyle MeCafe NIt .< penwlt .t a sea. and Mia Ifaney hrk.
Mrs. LoU H MeCafet. Bvnel sis pareses aad RIM awe Ala.
4 ), and tite late Meriand one-be.. erases. I Serve Jwly. 4 haM<< of GenIe

., McCabe. July S at Douglas at IttM p. m. at BUM** General VACATION
Georgia. Justice of Pease ......L ON
Rev. and. Mrs. Charles An-
iVhelchei D. Vickers pertem1--
we has been earned vieejwry
fL and children left Mon
!+ ed the ceremony. den
r Bell Kirkland. weeks vaeatton
far three
The bride wore' a white lee day
sheath drew fashioned with in Indiana. Michigan and Vtr-
'" bell sleeves. Her accessories' Mr. and Mrs. D. )L Huffhes. ....
J"f were whtte.The, mervtHe, Ga. spent the Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hart
: newlyweds are residingat holidays hi Russell with Mr. have returned from Anatsten
406 Pine Street.' Bonnetl. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. Ata. and are staying at their

,' Mrs. McCabe is CHy Clerk for Fiagter Beach home.
.. the CIty of Bwmetl and herhusband Mr. and Mrs. Webb Brooks
: U-emptoyed by G. E. attended the perfermanee of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Estes,
ji b Allen, Jr., Burned. Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Tallahassee, were the holidayweekend
L Night's Dream" at the Asofo guests of bra mother.
MRS. COX Theatre' in Sarasota. Mr W H Estes. North

County Judge T. K. Me-

; Knight performed the ceremony WEDDINGSOLEMNIZED Rrh+r
for the wedding of Mrs. 1+1 '
Y Nadine Cox and Joseph L.

: ,' .". WhUesldes. June 2. at the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Maxwell '
... t' '1, t .t McKnlght home in Bunnell. Moody are on a wedding
,,1 .... 'l' .l. The couple had as their trip to Acapulco following
II: ',r' :t'1' F only attendants. Mr. and Mrs. their wedding Sunday June
4 ,: L .1J. F. Pete Peterson BunnelL the sixteenth at two o'clock

..:" Mrs. Whltesldes wore a blue In the afternoon.
and white linen sheath with
Mrs. Moody is the former
MR. AND MRS. DAVID GARY WELLS matching white accessories. Miss Judith Ann Clay daughter .
Immediately following theceremony
WELLS SKOLAR Miss Cheryl Skolar, sisterof the couple left fora of Dr. and Mrs. Garland
the 1 bride;was maid of hon wedding trip to several day of Ardmore, Oklahoma
where the marriage was sol
NUPTIALSPERFORMED or. She wore a yellow taffeta southeastern states and the
A-line &OW1owrlald with yellow Smoky Mountains.Mrs. emnized. The bridegroom'sparents
dotted swiss and canted Whltesldes is employed are Mr. and Mrs
A double ring, candlelight a nosegay of daisies.Bridesmaids at Bunnell General Hospital. Isaac I. Moody, Lake City )
ceremony June 29 at Bunnell were Miss' Karen Her husband is employedby Dr. Richard Hooper officiatedat
First Baptist Church united Sheffield Daytona Beach; Bunnell Motor Company. the double ring ceremony
Miss Janice Seale, Bunnell. The newlyweds,. at homeat Mrs. Jerry Glasscock was organist
Miss Linda Jean Skolar and and Miss Elaine Skolar, Bun 37 Chapel Street BunnelL and }frs. Htrshal L
David Gary Wells In mar nell sister of the bride. Their Gilliam, Jr. was vocalist

riage. gowns were identical to that FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT For her wedding Mr*.
The Rev. Charles D. Anders of the maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alex Moody wore a formal gown ofpeau
performed the ceremony and Mack Yelvington. Seville' McKenzie former Bunnell residents de sole with Alencon
Ray Mercer was organist was best man for his cousin. now residing at Calnoun. lace and pearl embroider I
The bride is the daughterof Ushers were Richard Yelving Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. Fashioned with a portrait
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. ton Bunnell, cousin of the Cub Ruettlett also of Calhoun neckline and empire waist
Skolar, Bunnell. Her husbandis bridegroom; Robert Smith and Ky. left Tuesday after several the gown extended in a slender
the son of Mrs. Chestine Ronald Smith Seville, brothers days visit In Bunnell with silhouette to the floor The
Smith Orange City. Florida. of the bridegroom. Mrs. Gertrude Rich and Mr. skirt was appllqued with lace
The bride escorted by her There was a reception afterward and Mrs. Herbert Allen. and pearls, and. smaller appli !
father, wore a long empire In the church social quits were repeated on the
A-line redingote gown of organza hall. Miss. Sharon Smith Seville Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deen and chapel train, sleeves and
and peau d' Ange lace sister of the bridegroom, daughters Caroline and Kathleen waistline. A matching lace
fashioned with a detachable kept the bride's book. Assist of Belle Glade are visiting pillbox held her veil and she
train. The gown featured elbow ing with" the serving were In Bunnell with their parents carried a bouquet of orchids.
length sleeves encircled Miss Kathy Emery Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. been }I.... James N. Gibson was ..
with matching lace trim. An Misses Anne Bourne and and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig. matron of honor. rI
organza double half crown Johnny Ruth Miller. Flagler Bridesmaids'f'rf' Miss Susan
encrusted with tiny seed Beach. Lee Moody daughter of Culp and Miss Mary Ellen t %
pearls and crystals held her After a wedding trip to former Bunnelllte, Leonardand Van Eaton. Serving as '1 r
bouffant waist length veil of south Florida the couple will Day Moody. Fairfax Va., bridesmatrons were: Mrs.
illusion. She carried a cascade live in Madison Ohio after is visiting at Flagler Beach Steve Suddeth of Stillwater.Mrs. er of Memphis Glen Bltner of
of white and yellow roses. July 12.MISS and Bunnell with relativesand Richard Croom of Ed- Lake City and Jack Melton of
friends. mond and Mr*. James T. Pe- Memphis.The .
VISITING AT BEACH HALL. tillo of Jacksonville, sister of reception' was held In

Capt and Mrs. Perry Wright MR. BRUCE Vicky Krawczyk" Leesburg. the bridegroom. Pam Smith of the President's Room of the
arrived today from New Orleans is visiting at Korona with her Velma Oklahoma, the bride's Downtown Club.
for several days at Flagler ENGAGEDMr. grandparents, Mr. and M.... (cousin was flower girl The newlyweds are studentsat
Beach with his brotherin and Mrs. Charles B. J. A. Krawczyk. The bridegroom's father was Southern College of Optom-
law and sister, Mr. and Hall, Sumter, S. C: announce best man. Serving at groomsmen
Mrs. Keith LovelL the engagement of their CANADIAN VISITORSMr. were Garland Gay the etry.Mr. Moody is the grandsonof
daughter Sheila Elaine, to and M.... O. W. Mless, bride's brother; Dozier L Griffith the late )lr. and )frs.
OUT Or TOWN VISITORS Joseph Nathaniel Bruce. He is Flagler Beach, have as their of North Little Rock Arkansas George Moody of Flagler
Visiting at the Jeff Seale the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph houseguests their twin grand ; Dr. William Woeson- Beach
home, N. Moore SL. Bunnell. Thomas Bruce of Flagler sons David and Derek Me.
are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beach. Kay of Ottawa, Canada.
Joe Seale and family of The bride-elect is a 1968 BARNES SEA
Clarksvile, Mo. and Mr. and graduate of Edmunds High Miss Ann Harris returned' FOODOPEN
Mrs. Phil Pascal and sons of School, Sumter, S. C home last week from Griffin
Nashville, Tenn. His Lance is a 1964 graduate Ga. where she visited a week ALL SUMMER
On Thursday the Scales entertained of Bunnell High School with Stone and Joann Atkin. THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY
their and Daytona Beach Junior son.
guests at a
He is FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
cookout at their home. Join College. presently stationed
ing them for the outdoor affair at Shaw Air Force Base, Mrs. Joan Hume and son
were Mrs. Dorothy Daughterly S. C Danny of Palatka spent the GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
Daytona Beach Mr. and The wedding will' be an Fourth of July at St. Johns
Mrs. Thomas Mlnchew and event of August 4. Park visiting her parents Mr. SPECIAL
daughter Vicki Lynn Holly and Mrs. Bert Harding.
Hill and Mrs. Robert Walters SURPRISE SHOWER FOR Southern Fried ChickenWith
and son Robbie. Bunnell. MRS. HOLLANDMrs. VACATIONING IN OHIO
Misses Cheryl and Elaine Homemade Biscuits and
H. C Cobb and Mrs. Skolar left last Thursday via Honey
Lloyd Robertson were hostesses Jet for Cleveland. Ohio for two All You Can Eat
loving memory of J. at a surprise Baby Shower weeks visit with relatives. $1,50
Frank Mercer who departedthis last Wednesday honoringMrs.

life July 14. 1967 one year Cary Holland given at Former residents )fr. and Homemade Clam Chowder
ago. the Holland home. Palm Avenue Mrs. W. A. Henderson. St.
The depths of sorrow we cannot BunnelL
Marks Florida, visited In
tell The baby motif was used Bunnell Friday with friends.llouseguests FRESH SEA FOOD
Of the loss of one we loved in the decorations. FRESH fISH

so well Games were enjoyed by the at the home of CHOICE
And while he sleeps a peaceful guests and Mrs. Gales Cone. )fr. and Mrs. John Luttou T-BONE STEAKS

sleep Holly Hill was prize winner. Flagler Beach, are Mr. and
Ills memory we shall always The hostesses served tempt Mrs. Robert Springer and VEAL CUTLETSCOME
keep Ing refreshments to fifteen' invited daughter Joye Elaine and
Sadly missed by his family. guests. Miss Virginia Steigerwald of AS YOU ARE

EndweU. N. Y.
)Ir. and Mrs. Wyman Redd Dr. and Mrs. Jon Shaw and PARTIES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS

and children, Wanda. Joel and children, Walter Reed Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rodgers PHONE 829449ft or 829-3485
Stephen. Belvedere S. C stayed Bethesda. Maryland, are and sons of Macclenny
at the Milton Motel while visiting at Lake Disston with visited in Bunnell last weekend South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy 1

vacationing In Bunnell and his parents. Attorney and Mrs. with his mother Mrs. Geneva At Moult He-Sign on rightr.
Flagler Beach. Leland B. Shaw. Rodger




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Julia LaMoUaa QtvUteJtecfcWashington. -
.er Kathy Kkkhwd. )Mvin
W11h' >m Ruff.p. .
.. r
u V ml msi ** *
0Unimi: r BHK TT nvivnKodowsid.
Newt ru...". Lu
clUe Pierre. 'Mesita, MeIM.
1i + mott. nagtor Busch; Gloria
I Snugg, Miami; MiMreddeary a
: Ormond; Patricia
Ann Baird. Holly Hill.

DISMISS: Sharyn Pa
trick Darrell Britt. Clifford i
Hlgginbotham, Yvonne demons
daftlY Hewitt. Joann
Peavy. Otis Allen Mabel
Ward Myrtle Cerbett. Kathy
Kirkland and Infant sen. Susan .


Mr. and Mrs. Charlie llc-
Craney and children recently
moved to Washington D. C
where, he Is employed as superintendent .
of construction for
Marathon Service Inc r
The McCraneys, were' recent
visitors In West PoInt N. Y.
Photo kr Theo C. Hole
Miss Jo Anne Wilson former Misa Bunnell High, was crowned LEAVES FOR GEORGIA
Pb.t. by The C: Hcl
Miss Flagler County WG8! Thursday evening before a large Mrs. Louise Taylor. Flagler Miss Anne Bourne, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lee Bourne,
crowd In the Flagler Beach municipal park.Jo Beach, plans to leave August Flagler Beach entered her dressed up poodle In the Mutt Show
Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bernie Wilson. Flagler 1 for Conyers Ga. where she held at Flagler Beach on July 4th, The poodle won lit placefor
Beach la a 1968 graduate of Bunnell High School. will reside. the best dressed dog category
-- Mrs., Taylor retired Public
Mr. and Mrs. John McFall WEEKEND: GUESTS Health Nurse has resided at Janet Cook daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook. Bunnell
and children of Ft Lauderdale the beach for the past twelve. entered her dog Randy In the prettiest dog division. Randy
spent the holiday weekend Attorney and Mrs. Harry years. was judged the prettiest dog entrant.
visiting In Bunnell with Bryant and daughter Fayet -. -
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Strflik and Miss Cindy Meadows of
and children. Mrs. McFall is Knoxville Tenn. were the holIday -
Mrs. Steflik's sister. weekend' guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ullard White Bun-
Mrs. George Buckman and nell.
daughter Tina of White Lake
Wise. and Mrs. Cappy Buett- Mrs. Eileen Walton. Wooster. -
ner and son Jeffery Milwaukee Ohio and Mrs. Ruby All-
WIse. arrived Tuesday erton and daughter Cindy of
for a visit with Mrs. Naomi Dayton. Ohio are visiting at 331/3 %
Hosford. Anderson Street. St. Johns Park with Mrs. Anita
Bunnell.Mr. Aklns.

and Mrs. Cordell Bob- Mrs. Peggy Jenkins left
ertson had as their holiday Tuesday via Jet for her homeIn 200 Dresoffses
houseguests Reb Hauley and Webster WIse. after visitIng .
Leland Boyette of Rallegh, N. a month In Bunnell with
C Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones. JR. AND MISSES SIZES


Tiny Tot' Playschool MANY ONE OF A KIND

Dacron Polyester, Cotton and Cotton Blends

507 N. MOORE


Hourly DailyWeekly 331/3 % off


Fenced Yard Hot Meals Swim Suits & Beach Jackets

Organized Play


One Used Berkley third h. p.
CLASSIFIED water, pump with 12 gal tank. 33./3 % offSportswear
Perfect condition. F. 1.. Maiphurs .
ADVERTISINGSEPTIC Tel 4392132. 7.4.2tc

11; Used Air Conditioners-rust.
r ed, working, order. Cheap. See Clearance
at Massles Motor Court. Flag

drain .. ler Beach. June 27 2tp.
fields Installed; Rou-Roter PIANO IN STORAGE
nail shelL Reasonable prices. Beautiful spinet stored lo SKIRTS PANTS

Call George Jarosz 437-3410 cally. Reported like new. Responsible GOOD SELECTION OF SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
I party can take a big
: TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet saving on low payment bal.
ance. Write Ellis Music Co.
us help beautify Flagler
Panama CIty Fla. 32401 Itc
County. Large variety of evergreens

palms, hedge plants. Sandal !
54 miles S of Bunnell on Wanted Immediately man or Special
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc woman, to supply consumers
with Raw leigh Products: In
Repossessed 1967 Singer Sew Flagler Co. or Bunnell. Can
ing Machine, zig zags. built- earn 530 weekly part time 70 Pairs at 399
in buttonholer decorative $100 and up full time. Write
stitch, eta Wanted someone' Raw..leigh FLG-360-336 Memphis
In this area to finish 5 payments Tenn. 7-11 25. 2tp.
at $10.15 or cash balance .
of $18.60. Guarantee still John Deere 410C crawler (gas) -

good. Can be seen and tried excellent condition. New 110 THESE OFFERS EXPIRE JULY 13thIff"
out In this area. For more Information gallon David Bradley 6 row
write Mr. Parker sprayer. Walk-In refrigerator
Box 393, Deland, Florida. cooler. 3HP-1H-X2" self-prm-
July 4. TFC Ing centrifugal pump with
plastic: pipe and sprinklers. _
FOR SALE. Rent or Lease Phone 437-3713. July 11. Itp
2 bedroom Florida room,
beach house with carport. Ph. New full-size box springs and
437-3472. Mar. 7-TFC mattress. Both $49.50. Jerry's
FOR SALE-19G8 2 bedroom mL S. Korona. Ph. 437-3752.
STORE HOURS 9:00 A. M. TO 6:00
P. M.
12x60: trailer./ Early American. July 11. Itc. DAILY
4373444. 7-11-ltC


r .....tutY as'ASTOJIS Hoe
would probably hmM his en- 6-TR
/ ;.! ..+ntlp. tot frw ajfcnulsv t *'It -

Too Late dots in London. CHURCH un4im JS x ,,

this would be "Free flea

I J4sssh" with a vmajsMiee.: real tlrtr yes the
To ClassifY e[
anywhere result NEWS to lIr.IM tJurle

H ...... hw ,-ZE off Ilk elect i 4butEe t the d t sm.
harm t3st
with no home of 15. W.ioodlU .
While visiting LonAsaa low M ....... Hecklers. would be Weekly Sermon by ] rd..
yeas a.. I ksofc time .. tolisfen ,...,.... with a lot of enter fire attlp ttti Br ite
to the malcontents who taias...ent and the Net of WI Iudd ." :16. hlse rrtll tires m
RT. OHm F. Taylor. Pastor
spout' MMt their prntssOfrom meld 90 on about our -
Buan H Methodist Glnlrch 1C.MrmeB
soa{> bones in Hyde Ptk. neas a* usual provided of

In London "Free course the newspapers. and THE JUDGMENT DAT w **" T* CHURCH 8 1RT HDA D
radio and lajuriilan **..t enter
moans whet it says Miy VACATJON.'SCHEDULEnited
with a grievance the ........ Hew often we have heard Happy, *tltdwt '4 to:
box and The qtteation o( "Free someone- say of others i T Methodic
a soap *
1Ldir1 nOn
the worW to his hen ton. StJHeh- weIl, be settled .hope he Jim his Just deserts Ch iunneil han-- P.
tent. He may der t for aH ue
government, the Quectxjmd*....,.' M nf.as an IpdividM one is In a vindietH mood. cif May. July 21.S 'avrRc -

society in general anfll, t nos apeak piece. However in pride that heTdeMrVrts an individ morning worship Claride S rgiakh.
ual'hray fert
off his chestLondon Jr;.. how w4U IK: could se oly 21 A% *lilt Billy ker,
than he is
de IIG .as;tone a* fee t| nflnedtor a great deal mere
bobbfe. fcairol the @ wil 1 00. Sunday school ?etas Landed
blr'sseit the HIde presently rweivlng." TOO often'
make no to to area se Nil at 10:00 'ellleg.
area but attempt bitter when a. m.Ttfe Saturday-Evil -
: such acUvKy.. M triedto one may
interfere wMa the Speaker or Judy Marie i
,oihet* rece4vl& xew -
: do so anywhere, ftse he one see*
cheek their writs .,Jonc that Sunday--lr n13sort
would promptly bfj 4rresteder F4$4 The swcrew peq- CU AT
as there is no right W' vteIoI ( dfetitrbing the ;place or pie can't stand is often sue Terry

.Jl malolfii! ) L nateanee of himself aas& wh4 oomea to others. 1Atl1ST. CKt1RCH .,.,,: es b gee.
Usually the In I| U as simple aa that but thr1stkinfty teaches a moral .. 1
competition with eseh other, probably weuW rIOt work in universe in which relationship SW Junlus Foster Or. z y John 'Lbtang,

have a hard time gathering this country, for the Supreme /' rr =rvvetd i>yv rules mood Beach and Rev. Shelton darenee Weaver Donna Mae
listeners. Fifteen to twenty Court would probably rule and ,regulations God treated Brooks win' be the guest pastors Whitney .
at the most considered -a should at the BnnnrtI First Brfp- MWeGoedowskt
that Nr be permitted > ", which conloraM to Wednesday -- Susan
crowd arid ,among these 'at tlst Church while the Rev. *
td speak his eriry'piece anywhere
.hi? ,14 ws,, However.. Cod gave
toast half are hecklers who Charles Anders is vacation.Rev. .
he1 liked from the Malts on
us: an freedom of choice. The I l -
go to the park regularly for of* Congress to HooHg-an's right to make decbton U a Foster will deliver the :

the f"P: of-it. :Alley, wojvWiU' freedom"but it .al message ..:Lt.,th 'o/sh4p aery- O. F. ALFORD r

.,There are the tome; newsmen 'Anyhow: folks it la .something so'i': wiles the posslbptty l of ice Sunday: ;morning.: Rev. 1.utue4 "
recording 1pt"f'Ch"to to:think, about estrangement from Cod. Each Brooks win conduct the Wednesday .
headlines In the morning. pa- person has a responsibility'to evening prayer aerr- Real Estate Broker .

-vie-radie4ruokar-aw- '" Oud 'urtTHXJW"tliat MKh .is ices and-will fill the 'pulpit BmuuIL Florida .".
vision camera So r he Al & >< .f alas 'sAso .
: ? O will have 21.l .
gnat we Sunday morning. 'July ... ...
the f n" i l W l n 1
most part l"f'I chorcity. tffrmri tom' s w femur sins. _____-. __ __ _____
don have no k I J .
edge of such pd "it .; BI i but a moral

made at Hyde Park

How fflffpf nt It la here In, I NOTICE .
Amerlci Any kook can makean >
asl |Ine statement, NEW TR t Q UsJ VACATIONS
it.h. L thai' ,the 22nd .a.
en the ife of a th"at'j f given" on
denounce the
er ment.or ead a protest of July, A. D. 1968,,. at 8:00 P. M. in the Bunnell1, "'1

take a freedom ride, commit Civic Center the City Commission of Bunnell,
what I Idience termed civil disobed- "
a d he cioctijrittionwic Florida will.bear comments and opinions on..1. L. .
publfwfjcper Nq s -. 4
he; lines will quote him ,INOf u0l5T. Towristnd's proposed Mobile Home Site to be located '

from of st to coast television .
off'Deen Road.
camera and radio will carefully I ;Iv t taF Yl'tiCE,7fxtcr
rtcord his everHird' t
and act on in the sacred wane 1c,1rnA2ir
or"'S". S eR

With such an enjoyable t :

build t1 Is it any wonder J.... t 7 'fSND fEt31f/KAU-; 6 cc'cL4P ,
don't ve to Sf9'' wit: lL.
more Leaders When a D 3 v
screw b 111 tr iI A ..........n., at Eh4xia $

much f not more attention I TJd'F A GbWlXd LL 1LlXDr 1 ? r '''
than th movie television When
top or you'
I 'AC 5 .NAT'At'a IWL'Mttea
stark why should they hid
their II ht under a bushel 77/6 f Fi4r Ei4 s DISTANt 1?' ; 111
immtP A MtQUB 2-l\? / .M : '
It ml ht be worth while
i.. 4 X456 Tg t T.rc h 5.4 tcrrrOO4Y GEORGE
our en nmunities to follow
head an4 set aside J k ;t = '' Jb ,T V_& c Y aYf DO IT."
parks r ''C ad'su, Iwlthe ,
those 'It'"f.filtt !
.; s'f. I
grievance could mount a soap or Posto9. Both
box an< scream his protest to Wort

the w Anyone vmJz.. Use SF "Savo-By-Mail" Service
enough to want to listen h.. r! wE 1

would beSwis.dGso... ,TIwt--.... .4tiP ttlLaril..YTtIY lY6 'r1 ,
could speak for lu\i I L1W atGE ANO

agttat1 or 10 hours as hej ,'
ut lack of listeners]

.. -

HASTINGS MATTRESS 8 ,r.71C1.;v-.iIFv ct; ;

710.12 Lemoo' 'SU, ; "" srs siscs acrid: -H .taf9J kdr y.Z, 1 M o. se;.;.

.ilatlca, Ffori'da'" J 1

Thone EA 5-9166 .-:-. .:i + --
Tur hare. UpholUring

Reputed & Refinished I ATLANTIC HARDWARE
Mattresses A Box pma CRAIG FUNERAL

Mad to Ordcr. Also Benovattd & SUPPLY CO. INC.
-. .- __ JL li.eCBAIG1'erol Director ,
Call Iaui a"MortU' 4TT-3XJ3

Antes GOQ..1..JL _. _.- ..... -JOHN- CAPO._ -Manager-- SEE OUR SUPPLY. OF
< I
just as near as year 11' 4Vt .J : ACME PAINTSMOODY
rhanc or Post Office \\I ..,C'H m: 1'.I1f"i' kNCES

Drop Us a Card or Call '
Free Pick-up & Delivery r I (7' .
itVa 4J PHONE 439-2303


I'OUOWN AtNr .I J _____ ._ ." '!!!:'r= -.-- :' :-==-'=. "rr----_ : -" .

Buy Dirsct-tS TWl y I I f
PaT"Moti; l I : .J -. "! "' 1 5 oiij I ON TIMECERTIFICATES

GALLONS Bulldozer-Dump'Trucks- 10

, S5"

'...,....E...... Backhoe-Endloader VCUtIiA MINIMUM n.ooo-90 DAYS


OIL BASE FOR WOOD Ph. C7M217 175 W. Granada

Yeomans. : Nationwide AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO. Ormond Beach. Florida
Paint Factory, FUcler Bench-Tel. 439-2471
sun ... I. .. 1-11." sir'RN
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GRASS IN THE,. qACFPHOGRXft /'. CI:' .Jt; J veteran ilniilir dO wk n "r-wad other discharged OwnAitf. 7-7HC= !9aaaket n: T &, w...__ I IIt

Vie a pesetas* tr e.s.Ma, M the w ltrawsesied IIf'tr' _r" J D I pi! ,.
,...t fit risers Jet : -" T Lf J 11 athe dill[ war.... or Msor ---.

graced, tat. w M W ki bad.iltfcaat matt dIM helps i.tnsa Mwprore 4. ... U-gad dsst soaaestier l I

k. Mr. A. .. stand fit grass thy already h ........ slat tha: aim <'I........ January -CMealt M
JcJIIrGII tatalts.an. Agtladfeud haw. liar hartal anpemes are also December .2 tH-Final n- tow smdentt. .

StaMMattosi ant .kav The ( airman Mid 30 emniaas paid by VA for veterans of

..... .::r!" -1" 1 tJ far-; ... arlliii losd p.aastto service who were Sunshine Pour Cake

--ft-! : *. farms in the ......... arnVat-connectedurtfrtajsation t

-.n have gtuaas. put 4 yean twine cost-sbsre .........e .. at the iiJf

\ved not oaUjr last our tap* atsiNanee of the AgekulcuratOoailewi.tlon tFlle .... ..., ...... or who

IOU-''d wttti ift aM e fartlUty Program, admin- had from wry ,

of OW iatt,-|,,,4i, t bare istr.d by the Ale cowrtr lIP fw din.iilJHiln IncMfted: In a else"ttrlt .-'"

no Aahsift to ..r Mreams, tile committee Another .e fm- line of tiler. ..,.,
ctagRtiiff streams. from ers have applied for coat sharing t Burial ]$eaes for wry ,

runoff wwM sees kilt all to imps**? stand of .frrnaiq wte died on active

life in the river. .....ms and grass they already .had. SSTiw Hi* by the mill .

farm ponds. Ffer the same rea Under the 1MB ACT de' eloped tary. Mt il? VA.) ... -rf

son. our reaervdn would seen bushy fwr this cowstty. the Almost evew1 deeeaaed vat- ...
be full of sMt; and we'd be Ale cammittee may approve' emit Jtt Mr. an Atnet .

short of dr wt tirr and east stare assistant of $12 taR tar f W* ".ut. Smith "

wafer let Hd h. an acre fer initial establishment saM. Flag are furnished aft.titfqUH -

dwtrtal lues.Teu of grass. The committee de (. by any
know the A6C8 helps has set a maximum rate of VA""tft,," ottpoeL office
fatmer get a .food start of $1.50 per' acre for pasture improvement FoIw..1" Q peters n'a but

Usually this repreaeata Is,, the flag J ay be given to

a.r.caL &DYltftTl'II.RSTI about 40 percent of the nyt of JnH f, If there u

Tile cwrjrrv! Jrnil'ro the total cost The remaining no next ofAklrlfro the closest

1"1..10 tiK1 FLaGLF:1t ItAT1. CM to paid by the farmer' fH
rKUlU TIa: H-. MMIV himself.
i3JGu1WE RK a.t.tft 3LUODT of Chairman Johnston pointed an.Further, Information may be

fc.o.aM4.cITATloS. out that grass M jet a* important obtained at FlaIl County

TIllE 8TATI: ur JI'LoiU.Dr'' as It tees when the-' Veterans Office or from any
ro: lULIA MOotJ ACP nrst started. VA officet

fl'l-f: 'If you're going to tie don J 1

... HD' : .) Y the land or manage vatet etftcieatly DBJCCALENDAtt s ,
",,,,,1, JR4W using, naiure.; I*****,*, :

l ve- ._ he vou've said.J just got to have grass, 'The 19l: 1)a>lH .& Beach, f'
.i. .'
Pl ___ Junior College ;, has,
U A. YELVINOTON -:.T)15in 311T
aaneunccd'lor the college I
end mil. ether i'3isveorll4Tbrf. bceoi
You an hereby noosed that VETER.vi' J ..djvtslon b1.l. t-ant, >V
) -10{t ;
s Wlit1W ku t as J I 4 |q saW c.
t pe.yias' r a* order 1rbetstQneo .
Qs tk. A4 laUtralar *<-J AFFAIRS. TbeoaTejid4ipplie; t tp. f&J.ol'UUrlt" _\\ BIUGUTEK SOLMEJl IUVS MIT1I 4, 1ST4 4 E lsol
t'X' \ te st ,, CAKE A>pt gO OW tt t r. fRL'IT; ,
dlti .
D riT Io tto sa es- Up 4o S250 for burial, expenses Ipr4ltudent$
state MI, I*:**** o.i PuOU: awls fqr eligible dt"CHSf'dTt. Juiy!.8. $,APR1 lcatlo s accepted ,- &mttierri eoeks tak.yTtdelaMe hetrloorA y6thtd1k 'redpe 'l
HU ntf you kr nsD teoiesithef.to erans veal tie' paid: 'bjr th& bide have been prismdown from tentrrtton to tttifrrfctifen <'i'>

ta "Yeahy rour *htrt,-. deyst alt!>r tAu*< Veterans Administration' 1f ,J) 1, 2De adtie, foe: .loOt, ttveratrtcethe Jim,FoeU* / colpateU settled al-'VTr&fttoJTWUyV *I >Ill
p.y MicUon.ftr Uit h.f.- version pf UM cjfsuc &uuhpia Round tribal is s0v f.\ the claim ,-Died within two area u(14nf applications}\
r r: s sc ,
eervo g l4 r upson ,I' flar&rful that,1t mlcll, becdpM a traa.ul ttd;ctovjn ijouq'.,e ,;)
pstlu.tser' al.spht trite Feats altpr the vtieraA's ,bujr august''; ..- ritrltation Sg( ..
n I ". Q-! r I. HTJM
lfw I.ua4"x 8.' PiuwIMa sr. gal or cjerta tion. aqcordjpg J, to ne It,stud s.rlutus "' I texture."gytden c6Ior aM fresh J rpon-/Uvor dMitaguuh, r ni 1

'iM' Raymond S. Smith s'i =Rf'If'ttat 1 o1.ugtst .. his ( repaie eak ; The '*lectri ,, nUvrUlis.tha ,
r&d.a 61i't
If )"0" l att4J"UJ,1'IM1t1m.y ; Bttrtol claims gray be flied begin. oufof. beat n.1f rising fWUr.'with leavening aHdsali m T e

b...-&.. la 4_ _ur.. by the undertaker*. If'he ha..' August eases" ?cgtstraUoni :. and prfrbtendcd. saves mrasntlnr, strung ant thttlKg siepif"Uchtly rh a

upon tb. petition.ounty. not been paid or.by;the party ,,., .. duiUd with onfactlonfrs super. Buf WITS .
seal or 4+iw 1'1&utr "I'"n"1 K who paid undertaken ,,the.. ."1 u.r.'t: f''?; -1a bgr 'Day i..' takes on a rye ,V ncf1llt fhera'a a birthday in UM tutStf.ni '.' r
Florida ifcto 1ib celebrate UM occasion with UM tender cake gayly decotaUd with
daK VA spokesman explained. cease .. .
.f Jun tM. 50. ? j r candleciJttnJcJiCKt frarjetin'.tllces with kgofwEaoim1114t
Smith said the ,VA would September: t-Cr1asses rej -
T. KM KnJfhtc sauce or fruit.
.'. waste. *< reimburse upt $ZJO in expenses lumtr. ., .t' ., Cakes. Moklei tnd other desfttrts prepared wltJl Ertrkhed'selt->' I
VhI. ,4. s*f JKWt'4 SOItttK ,
_T hM.. I for the pennaaent, v :2J Thajikagtv-; rising flour*neh 'maintain daily good health lot; yov'knd'raur ;u'iuUlarailr
I. If. etc burial or cremation of any. Ing, Day- ,recess. ariohed self ruing tour and corn meal oonttto thrw t.-.ggvzh

.d 1 ntial IMtaminf, niacia, ,U>Umine ,w4'rihua5t v,plus ftt a 1J .
iroa sat
"" calcium*
l Tilt. CIUCI.IT OIIRT fiH wt e.q
KLAiiLEIi tot: XT I, KLOHII -BINOoaoPM;- giv.giiTvg: fOfVTi "I
4'._ >.. 4IS-A : leak
JAXK0. LACY 1 tap batter 2 teaspoons rnuVtl
Plaint r f'H: FREE REFRESHMENTS kA1011 rind
R.rLACTDefendant t tap npr ', .. ..-
IRENE I}', rapt enriched
TONIGHT ((Thursday) g '
netts _
-\OTI K TUL'.MeFKlW .... ... rising
tKJkKK. LAOT 'r \, .
'HA** TtMhMIW Af'rt U .t.spoJtS ,> ."I Y ; "1.I L' +nc l411U11t. s+t l.... =
wkbowlyVu. :; :I._ I ''''''''.Act4'_t, -_
.rp "rw, aoUAM that flour gnduAily into erH2'necf1J1'11IC1ure..J' Pour "
It suit ha* bojn wd afalat you Disabled American Veterans less wtU lEdd
in t1i .w hr.eatItId louse: .114 I nuartcrjwn mow crunch tate pat*. Run '*aU gently tftro e*
you are- honey c Kulrd t* Bio j.R Jim Booo Cha.trf rrlHo. 8fr r-- ... batter to eiiaainwa air bubbly. 3i aka In prctwsal xa* o mil i
>our answer WIt, the Ork tt ... ..., -", '''''''''': r, .T; hour or unt11'dctntt.i .poolin: psnao'mint;&_ Won teemta*.
Ma Court: M t s a roper Auir
MnfOI&.M..Mlh. V Jt+ '
Ito Cool rack: cprinkte onf tcUonera
tha..j .P JoI.lnt1Tt'a at tor tiar. wtoao nan ,
-' t.
..n' addr_' la, -- ; :- ..... --

MA ltkal It JC.XIIII ....... ,, .
.. ,<*'
\ -
F. hraw.r A.A 1. } "'-"""" '. .,. pv *
H.IIy Hm: Florida r, .,. '- .. ,,- \ .,;;; .. -
not later UUUL July :%. .A. D. 'r-
1 U. : ornc & ;
If,> fair Id1 ao ao. *r.ett
sill bo.ontcred .aca>ot y.. tjrf ty& 'XSVmEX* Atharicc Citizens '
the ref d.m.ndsd ID t c ja .. *
*oi Ha/Ba Ttio Itatar of taMVITNEWmy p wfvr JLJCXJL,,
Sr ,
MaJHiJmA !3pSIS .
mull t. '
-.Ir Ton ffl J i%. .v tJtot'' : v f .. ,: ;',**'" ,fvHyjSg

"f\Mid .L'ourtUUafilth hand and day peel cfJuna : 1 s&P'fS'.i: ; ) : < t
A. D. $4t. : : \ 95 BUNNEU'f.. #
uEonen M MOODTVltrk II. .
of said Circuit C4H1r&ItJII"I.1 HowellW Pravy-.tuCashCet-; "t'" ,fWKILL. TtOWDA '".
| J \ #
t r .%
B y itathryn Clark L. EmeryJVputr CamJetL} .-- ,......Asst. t' E' j... :f ;, ; \ "
Juno IT. July c. n, It. etc t: ,- "' 1' L '." ", ., \} .# ., :"

a .: 0 t, '' i :.. 'ST TplENTOFCpNpmOjV .'

LEGAL .&JU"ERTU.-t-.T :;..., .f iflr .k!' f ;: v-'t:* 'V47rT'VJ: ne,28, 1968'- .i% "* '1":.
1\ Tilt "MTT JI IH.t- y # r -
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W\"fos"TllflliWf.: n. w.2 ,,;' O. F. Alford 1 Cash and due from Banks ''. .? :y.... $ 473: 0.35

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FISHING LINE Fries swell Pier

By AI Zamba A firktag ........ was
spasord .by the Flatter W'-
sash Pier OWl' the 4th July /

I. weakeltd.Plshirtg.
would" Mw been
better but for the ivMMMy water M 14:1--
tolling WM MM to the P
minimum. a pat
(-0Motoaios-) +It... ttsF

The MM are still at the Inlet

aMfcouffh. they aw' not i
biting every day especially j
since the water is so bad. F it M.r A uf


Ullard White Runnel 1. and

Week Ending July s. 1969 Harry Bryant. Knoxvtle. Tenn f
spent Sunday deep-sea fishIng Lk
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp aboard the Snow White

a charter boat at Ponce Inlet
Mr. and Mrs. Balls St. Aug. .
lutine. brought in 16 bass
Mr. Bryant won the cash
avg. 8 Ibs; X Mangrove snap.per
prize for catching the largestfisha
avg. 14 and 9 ahf'f'Shf'Ad. ** 35
pound snapper
The twosome reported a -- -
(-<>') large catch of bass and red Beach. The four day event note 'r Tho c HelD

Sing's nab Camp snapper. was sponsored by the City of Flagler Beach State Park was the scene of much camping

Some good catches of croak. Flagler Beach activity during the Fourth Holidays. The park is just south of
er being caught from the OPCC COLT RESULTS Flagler Beach Municipal Flagler Beach where the Coast Guard station was once located.
dock. Mr. John Presses and Pier manager Cecil West- Campers located
Women Assn.. brook were on the ocean front where modern restroom
Mr. King. Jax 3 bass 3 flounder. presented a spinningrod facilities are available. On the west side of the highwayare
Also some croaker.Mr. A blind hole No. 2 was won the and reel to Mrs. Splvey for located a boat ramp picnic facilities and recreation area.
Been and Mr. Waite by Glnny Slefert Tuesday at largest entry. Mrs. Spiveyalso
brought In some good catches Ocean Palm Country Club. received' a six months rRTTCHABD OF
of bass, drum and a few whit. Mrs. Siefert was also named pass for the pier. THE PRICE
ing. winner of the two months Other winners were: July LCHICH RETIRES
(-0-) ringer tournament 4-Largest-Mrs. Mary Spear, OF SECURITYIn
Jock Outing's Fish Camp Low putts went to Alma Jacksonville, nine pound five John C. Prltchard. Directorof
Fyfe for Tuesday's play. ounce drum. Smallest Melvin the United States whichso Properties Lehlgh Portland
Bubs Colee who operates the Men's Tournament Winner Walden Flagler Beach. a six far is only partly welfare- Cement Company, retired on
charter boat Tomboy, out of Winners In the nine-hole inch fish; most fish Melvin ized, taxes take about 22 percent June 30th. He had been with
Jack's had as a party Mr. and Flag Tournament played at Walden Flagler Beach nineteen Lehlgh 45 years.Pritchard .
Mrs. J. C. Henderson, Macon, OPCC Saturday were first fish. July 3,, largest Fred of a single person's Income made many tripsto
Ca. and Mr. William Richee. place Chuck Lttvaney; sec Winans, Daytona Beach, a and about 18 per cent of Flagler County In connection
Hazelwood Mo. They broughtIn ond. Bob Boles; third. Al seven pound eleven ounce the Income of a married couple with the properties owned .
21 kings. Normon Pounds Dompey; fourth. Tom Bertha. drum; smallest, Joey Surey, without children. Social- by Lehlgh In the area. He
who runs the Norma K of a fifteen and one-half had number
out ounce a of friends and
Forty participated In the welfare Sweden Is the highest
Jacks. boated 18 kings. ___ all day event. fish. July 6, largest Chuck business contacts in this area.
....Pearce: Browning brought in Powers Jacksonville, a five taxed nation In Europe. Total
6 big kings. FISHING CONTEST pound eight ounce drum. taxes paid by the average
(o.) The winners received free worker in Sweden now exceed FEC TROLLEY MAKES

Morlzuland fin WINNERS ANNOUNCEDA fishing passes for the pier 40 per cent of his Income BUNNELL STOP
according to U. S. News
Due to the muddy water, nine pound, six ounce The average number of daysIn It World Report Swedish pee A northbound FCC passenger .
fishing from the pier has drum caught by Mrs. Aldlne Florida with temperaturesbelow pie In the medium bracket- train made an emergency
dropped off, with small catch. Splvey, Deland was the largest freezing ranges from Income of about $3.000, a stop In Bunnell Tuesday after.
es of whiting and a few Pom- fish entered in the holiday 19 In Tallahassee to none In 'f'ar-pay well over 50 per noon. A Daytona Beach ambulance
pano. fishing contest at Flagler Key West. ", cent If all taxes are added up. had been called to meet
the train in Bunnell to pick

up a young man passenger
who apparently needed medical .
attention for a severe
..- c.... c... GM.It hand Injury.


Mrs. Nicholas Lenssen leftrecently
for her home In Dar-
len Conn. after two months
stay at Von Bulow Ranch with
her son and daughter in law
Bill and Mary Lenssen and

a children Another Emily recent and visitor Andrew.at

4! Von Bulow was Attorney John

Li Lenssen San Francisco, Calif.

Mrs. L. L. Harris Is spending .

___ the week in Gainesville
_:_ visiting her son and daughterin
law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
: Harris and daughter.

?w. Recent houseguests at the
} 1r I
home of Mr. and Mrs. Webb
Brooks. Bunnell. were Mr
and Mrs. Reggie Parrish. Newport .
N. C

4 )Ir. and Mrs. H. H. Murrayand
son Remley and his
children Jackie, Jim and
Kay spent the holiday weekend .
in Ridgeland. S. C. visitIng .
: with relatives. Brenda
.:' : Murray, Hazelhurst Ga. join-

them for the weekend.'


Nolle U hereby .1.. .. that
the Vhtard of County ...a .Mten-
... of FUvIrr Coanty. Florida
wffl mwi with the County Tat
'....eor. at the Count O.mmutb -
....n.r. r.am to c<*urthou...
11huI...... n rM.. .! tbs hour of
.:.. A. M, on PrMay. July !4.
IMI. far tb. p rpo.. of h. rlnrcomplaint
and ftfth'ID' tests.If.ay .
sa to tile value of .jtjrproperty
real .r pronaL. ..
A*.4 br the Count A....oar of
T.... and for tb. pvrpoo of
perfectingrevtewlnc and e the' ..-Mment.. the value
of .b..b hall ka.. ..... a...
br the Cbuntr Aaeeaoor of T.&H..r .
r bATntidty BunneU. nerM.
tMe Ha day of Jur. A. D. 1ft..
See your Chevrolet dealer. His year-end Chevrolet and Chevelles. Not to mention C WiAnr.SMMHVIONKIM or QIUNTT or

deals, on alIl his cars, are honestly! attractive. )'ou'Ilcet. car worth owning. ru rLAOUCU>iuuA COUNTT.
Witness the special savings on popular V8's You (CAL)
get the biggest year-end savings UT C 11 COWAHT.
and automatic transmissions for all! l-balrmaa
big just where you'd to-ct
expect your Chevrolet dealer's. ATTEST:
r July it sad IS. He.8THe .


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