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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 18, 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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SC ... M THUM DAT. JULY H. 1S S3JO A YEAH

LILA ALLEN. TENTATIVE CHAMBER OFCOMMERCE

Bunnell Cable TV KENNETH TAYLOR BUDGET SET MEETS

I AWARD WINNERS BY BOARDA WITH BOARDSThe

Franchise Bunnell Hifh School students million dollar.... budget Chamber of Commerce
AcceptedResidents LJla Allen daughter of has been tentatively approved held a special meeting at
Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, for Flagler County Flagler Beach City HaH Fri.
Jr, Bunnell and Kenneth schools for 1968 69. The largest day to meet with the Board
of the City of JASPER WHITE Taylor ton of ReV and Mrs. budget In the history of of County Commissioners,

Bunnell will soon have able OHver Taylor. Bunneil have the county is 1251.749 higher and Flagler Beach CIty Com

television. It was announcedat PASSED AWAY "' ., than last year."However" mlssioners.

he city commission meet. MONDAY A. M. 0. Craig out,
ing Monday night Mlcanopy pointed and Planning Project
Jasper H. White 81. :208 "much of the Increase comes moved
Cable TV Company and the a step ahead when
IJth Street Flagler Beach from state funds. Throughthe all bodies agreed without a
City of Bunnell had signed a
E. L EL (Education Improvement I'
franchise for cable TV. Construction passed away Monday mom- dissenting vote to have the
is scheduled to start ing at Bunnell General Hospital Enrichment) program Board of County Commission
and Increased state
after a lengthy illness. ers enter Into a contract with
within :30 days after approval
teacher salary funds the state
from FAA. Company officials Born in St. Louis Mo. he portion is Increased $179.539 Mel- Conner and Associatesand
announced preliminary plan moved' to Flagler Beach 15years over last year." to proceed with the study.

ning work is now underway.The ago from Bedmlnister. Craig said that while the Chamber President L. E
cable company is required N. J. He was a retired business local effort of county and dip Wadsworth presided over the
to stan operation and manager of the Operating trict taxes was 38 percent to meeting. William Lenssen of
transmission within 18 monthsof Engineers Union. Philadelphia 62 percent from state sources the Area Development Committee
the effective date of the Pa. He was a member last year, the local taxes are outlined the basic
franchise. of Masonic Lodge No. 200 reduced to about 33 percent plans to be followed In the
In other action the commission FAAM. Bunnell and attendedthe this year while state portion is study and the plan for financing .
: Flagler Beach Methodist Increased to 65 percent the study.

Church. Tentative millage is set at Other members of the committee *
HEARD a from Anthony
request Survivors Include his wife, 14 mills for county and 4A9 present were Dr. JohnM.
Kahlert to lower tax
Ethel; a son Kenneth- Mar- for special tax districts. Thisis Canakarts and R. L. ),[e.
assessments 22 lots in Lake
Terrace subdivision.on The com Unsville, N. J.; a sister Mrs. LILA ALLEN only .84 mills above last Nab. Tom Lenssen. chairman I
Charles Stlners Clinton ilL; was away on vacation.
been selected to receive the year. '
mission recommended' the request
two brothers, Charles and The Increased millage". .
Commissioners
1967.68 County present
be submitted at the tax American; Legion ;
equalization meeting.ANNOUNCED Rutherford, both of San Francisco Medal Aw.rda.1be announcement Craig ...Id."is necessitatedby were George E. Wlckllneand
Calif.; two grandchildren was made by Legion state law required for Otis, Hunter. Bunnell City
there wouldbe and seven great-grand Commander Otis ),(gee. matching certain state funds Commissioners attending were
a public hearing Monday children. The annual awards are together with an anticipated Mayor C. B. Elsenbach M. B.McDaniel .
July 22 at 8 p. m. on a requestfor Funeral services were Wednesday presented to two outstanding decrease in county nonexempt Hubert Pellicer andT.
rezoning blocks 185 189. morning at 10:00 at eighth grade students by tax roll". H. Wadsworth.
190 and 198 on Deen Road fora Craig Funeral Home Chapel. Of the total school budgetover Commissioners from the
mobile home project. Bunnell. The Rev. Francis half. $522.014, Is for Instructional were" Chairman George Wick.

Bishop Springfield Mo. assisted salaries. host City of Flagler Beach
VOTED not to sponsor a Federal funds, not included
the Rev. Reynold
by line Howard Lurch, Rufus
contestant In the Florida Hoover Flagler Beach officiat j In the above budget figures Miller and Max Port A num.
Grown Beauty Pageant have been applied for In
.
ed. Masonic
graveside servIces her of Flagler Beach residents
r kF the amount of $53,896.
APPOINTED Commissioner were held at Espanola attended the meeting.
A public hearing has been
Hubert Pellicer to supervise Cemetery. .
set for Thursday July 25 at Charlie )Moore Chairman of
lighting system Improvements Active pallbearers were 8 p. m. The tentative budgetis Daytona Committee of 100.
at Bulldog field. John Rice. Lyman Gage, being legally advertised in was scheduled to speak to the

AGREED to accept dedication George Wickline, George his Issue of the Flagler Tri group but Illness preventedhis
Moody Roy McNab and Robert attendance.
and continuation of Chapel bune. The public Is Invited to
Peach Allen and Drain Henderson Honorary pallbearers the hearing.The Joseph Foy Manager of Pa.
Streets after Improvementshave were T. K. McKnight. board entered contracts latka Office of Florida State
been completed by the P. A. Edmonson Frank Brede. ... with three teachers for Bun Unemployment Service spoke
Flagler County Housing Au J. D. Perritt. Charles Rockett nell High School. Douglas J. to the group concerning unemployment *
and Harold Massie. Mitchell will teach and federal
thority. The Housing Authoritywill junior assistance *
install paving gutters high social studies; Mrs. that could be obtained

and culverts. BEACH COMMISSION :4j Burns high school English; for depressed areas.
r and Mrs. Crawford home eco Foy stated that his recent
APPROVED nursery school HOLDS HEARINGThe nomics. Investigation indicated only \
operators license for Mrs. Jeff KENNETH TAYLOR Mitchell holds AB degree a four percent labor surplus
Seale. The commissioners set Flagler Beach City from University of Florida while six percent surplus
the license fee at $20 and Commission held a hearing- American Legion Post 115. and taught In Sarasota last would be required to qaullfy.
amended the city license or Thursday evening on a zone The award winners represent year. It was pointed out that 14 bus.
dinance.ON ing ordinance revision which outstanding qualities of Mrs. Burns taught In California messes had closed on U. S. 1
would include a zoning map. character and ability. The re last year. Her husbandIs since the opening of 1-95 and ..
Mrs. Pal Parker appeared dplents are distinguished for associated with Marco Polo that the tax assessor had low. t
EUROPEAN TOURMISS
before the Commission to request courage, companionship Park. They reside at Flagler eyed the evaluation of property
character service and scholar
some of her property In Beach. on U. S. 1 because of depressed
the southern part of Flagler ship. Mrs. Crawford was appointed business conditions.
Names of the award winners
home economics
teacher at
Beach be zoned
as commercial.
Also Foy said they would
will be Inscribed on the
Bunnell School last
f After much discussion: High
take Into consideration the
Honor Plaque displayed at
but took sick leave and
the Commission informed Mrs. year .
Bunnell High School. decrease In gasoline and cigarette
was later assigned to Carver
Parker that the purpose of taxes In Flagler County
the hearing was only to revise Junior High.
BEACH RESIDENT in determining the questionof t
the zoning ordinance and not Flagler County being %
to make any specific changesIn DIED MONDAY IRS RECREATION surplus labor area.

property zoning.Mr. AFTERNOONChester AWARDS PROGRAM He referred the Chamber to

Cramp. owner of Mas- Earl Breece. 83, FRIDAY A. M. the Florida Development Com
lie Motor Court, requestedthe 108 Palm Circle Flagler More than forty awards will mission for a contact with a
Commission to consider Beach died Monday afternoonat be presented to students participating clothing manufacturer who
rezoning of back portion of his home. in the Bunnell High was Interested In locating In
the block In which his motor He was born in Longbranch School Summer Recreation activities Florida with an employmentof
court is located. The portion N. J. and moved to Flagler at a special program 50 people.
facing AlA is zoned for business Beach from there In 1960. He Friday morning at 10:00 In
while the lots facing was a graduate of Rutgers the school auditorium. FLAGLER TAX
MARY SUSAN Central Avenue are residential University New Brunswick Mrs. Walter Morris, director
He was told this could betaken N. J. and a WW 1 veteran.He stated awards and special ROLL DECREASES

BRANNAty up at a regular meet- retired from Federal certificate will be given to Tax Assessor Donald R.

Miss Mary Susan Brannamis Ing.The Civil Service In 1960. He also students for outstanding Moore released figures Wed.
In Berne Switzerland attending hearing was closed. A served as secretary for Dairy achievement in remedial readIng nesday which show a decrease .
the Baptist Youth vote will be taken on the ordinance Industries Supply Associa dramatics arts and crafts In the non-exempt tax
World Congress. Miss Bran. revision at a later tion. New York City. and sports activities. of $714,060.
nam left Tuesday via jet for meeting. He Is survived by his wife, Entertainment is plannedfor Moore said the non-exempt
New York to join a Florida Irene, and a sister, Mrs. Pearl the program. property valuation for 1968 is

State Baptist Student Union TIDE TABLE )Morss Boca Raton. S36, 16.423 against $37.230.*
group for the trip. Before returning Funeral services will be ATTENDS MEETING the
508 for 1967 tax rolL
home the group will Tides For July 11-24 conducted at 10:00 this morning IN VIRGINIA The decrease: is caused by

tour London. Paris and Italy. High Low at Craig Funeral Home Mr. and Mrs. Zach Holland lowered assessments on US

Miss Brannam daughter of Day .u.L P.30L .u.L P.1L Chapel Bunnell. with the and Mr. and Mrs. Rob Deen Highway 1. commercial prop. .
)It. and Mrs. Levi Branam. Rev. C. W. Barnes, officiating. returned home Sunday after try, loss of Lehlgh personal
Bunnell. Is a member of the 18 2:21 3:12 8:36 9:24 ,
: Interment will be at Shady spending a week at Accom- property and the Florida Rail
faculty of Moseley Elementary 19 3:18 4:06 9:21 10:2-1 Rest Cemetery, Holly Hill. maCe Va. way Assessment Board
reduced

School Palatka. 20 4:18 4S1 10:12 11:12 Florida. Mr. Holland representingthe railroad valuations.
21 5:12 5C8 11:00: 11:59 Pallbearers are Percy Gill tri-
catnty farming area, The exempt tax roll valuations
Over a half million Americans 22 6:00 6:30 11:48 11:59 William Thompson. Max Porte attended the Virginia Farm are $7-105,933. This In.
are disabled each year 23 6C8 1:18 12:42 12:3 Ralph Hurst, George Bureau Assn. meeting in eludes homesteads schools
by occupational' diseases. 21 1:36 1Sj 1:21 1:12 Moody and Rufus Miller. Accommac. and churches.






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EDITORIALFLAGLER Ib. 49<

HOUSING AUTHORITY
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Usually we vent oar wrath on our government' either cen
defiantag them far what they have not done or what they have A.
done 'NRC. So. we take pleasure In pointing out one of the
very County.worth while project of the federal government in Flatter CH CK ROAST lb. 48


The Ftagler County Housing Authority was organized about
twenty yean ago for the purpose of providing housing for low
income tam les. This wrker was executive secretary Iron salaried .
i during the time plans were being completed for the first SPiRERNRIBS
units. lb. 59

We can stttl remember the comments people made about
the project The government is just throwing away some more
money".-The Negro will not pay rent for a decent house" LykVs MSagar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE
'They will all look like rundown sharks within a >ear".-It will
-uln the rental housing business In BunneU".

We are glad to observe that all these fears have been proved PICNICS lb. 41Valleydale <

false.ntag. The project has been a complete success from the begin


Financially, the federal loan money has been paid off on
schedule. In lad Executive Director XL B. MeDanlel turned In -
a check for $3991.91 to the Bunnell City Commission two weeks "ASSORTED" ZUBER'S -PURE
ago In lieu of tuxes. This Is worth more In city taxes than 72 SAGE
112JXQ homesteads would be. LUNCH MEATSCello I SMOKED

Most of the units are occupied by Negro families. A drive
thru this residential area will show them to be generally well 6 oz. 29c lb 59e
Kept with clean yards even after twenty years. Pkg.
-
This writer has been In many of the links and has found
them clean neatly furnished windows draped and an assetto Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2.2% lb. A.f.) LIMIT 2 TO A FAMILYIb.

the community. There are, of course' exceptions' In every
community: of people. '

The units have been kept full since the first opening Thereis Whole 25
always a waiting list. .

Also the Housing Authority has built a sewage disposal
system which they have turned over to the City of Bunnell

Private housing Bunnell has not been adversely affected
There' is a continuous shortage of rental houses. During the Lyke's -FLAG" (Sliced lit
B A CO N 49
past few weeks Marco Polo employees and school faculty mem SMOKED Free I lD.Cau I
nets have been looking for private housing only to find a short

age.Plans v
have been completed by the Flagler' County Housing Red No. 2CanTOMATOES
Authority to add an additional sixty units to the local project EAch DIXIE CRYSTAL
They have been approved and are awaiting appropriation in the 25e
18 federal budget. This will make a total of 132 units. SUGAR

We congratulate the Flatler County Housing Authority and Bama Quart Jar

Director on the success of this project. It is an example of a **.
MAYONNAISE 49C
Sea
worthwhile accomplishment of our government.John 29C

A. Cltgg Del Monte 6'f ox. Can
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

CHUNK TUNA 3 For 8ge
andltted just about every
I community from Sopchoppy
Too Late to Key West. Many a time I Hi.C (Ass't. Flavors) 46 oz. Can DEUTE
have been a guest at a Floe FRUIT For
ida Cracker table and my DRINKS 3 79C
To Classify mouth still waters as I recall OLEO
the amount and character of Big ChhefGRAN
.T Boss.u Kay food I was priviledged" to en LONG b >
I Ib. Pattie
RICE 4 4ge 2
Considering how many different joyAs Bas Each 50
cookbooks there are in George Gobel would
the world one might Imagine say, "You don't hardly find
that we need another cook food like that no more." While NESCAFE Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
book like we need a hole In the average Cracker family of
the head. 50 or more years ago was INSTANT COFFEE
But after looking over an poorer than most of the so- FROZEN FOODSMorton's _
advance copy of a new one called poor people who marched
painstakingly compiled by a on Washington they knew Jar' 69C
three generation Florida how to work and how to live 8 oz. Pkg.
Cracker gal friend of mine and for the most part were POT PIES
rm not so sure. comfortable and happy. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 5 ;kocz;. $100Sea

Anyhow, she got an Idea A Cracker meal was some
and followed through by pub. thing to write home about Pak "BREADED"SHRIMP
halting "Louise's Florida and the secret was in the FRESH PRODUCE -
Cookbook". The author Is cooking. No matter what they Sr 69c
Louise Lamme who operatesa served you it was delicious.You Golden RipeBANANAS
gift shop at Boynton Beach. came to a table laden
Her customers, tourists and with a dozen or more dishes "' "
homefolks were continually a half dozen vegetables, fowlor tOe WESSON OIL
asking her about Florida fish or both. Salads that
Fancy No. 1OKRA
dishes they had heard about. were out of this world. And .
Especially old tlmey dishes what those old time cooks 'lb
Indian recipes for preparing could do with a slab of salt 19c Quart
a variety of Florida foods. pork In seasoning food also Bottle 49s
They were Interested In a was out of this world. And Sweet Juicy
dish the Indians called Soft the way they handled corn Limit
kee. Swamp Cabbage, Dash. and corn meal was a marvel.If WATERMELONS 1 with $5.00 or more food order
eons Gopher Turtle and other any one ever left a Florida
Indian delicacies.In Cracker table hungry It was
addition to old time their own fault
Florida recipes and Indian I have enjoyed Indian hospitality
dishes Louise has Includedthe deep In the Ever-
f&iBrd modem Florida glades and they introduced
dishes such as turtle steak me to a variety of Florida na
Key Lime Pie and -others.Ahhoufh tive foods that were marvel
I am not a Crack ousiy cooked and delicious
er. I am more a Floridian swamp cabbage, alligator HI
than anything etse I came tall, turtle meat cattail roots
here in 1914 and over the and the like. And these smiling .
years I have watched this Indians were poor people (
state grow and develop from just about as poor as people ( Phone
a backwoods country to a can get but they knew OPEN SUNDAYS ( 437-3227
modem metropolitan area. hew to get food prepare it and 8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m. 1 U.S. No 1 BUNNELL
I have traveled from one they got more out of life than
end of the state to the other most of us do today. Quantity Rights Reser.edl Prices Good July 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, 1968r






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and will be transferred .. a lieutenant In the U. S. awWflWWH Roy Sssrrt TMop. I
S>rg Mit JiJM M. Brown. Today ti .
Nee m at 7:33: m.
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Amarillo Aft, T*.a* .. : aaia>V%
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.. tM UaiftIiIIIr Blvd lieppy ...ifcsslsiVtr. thin week >:
equipment w.alr- mil. ..-"..- ell ..... .a) Today Katherine. Perry* -

man, Is assigned to a unH of ('o') June Kith at22NN Mil wi4e fager' Beach -W Comra4a- ..... Lily Land Pamela 1Sheeler I
Sfrt. Edgar uvNroAf lives ." r4dge j
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the Air Force Communlcationa
lebeeea Sax-
Men meeting at I:*RF p IrV Lynn
Army has returned home from Oa.t i
Read In Athena,
Service. He previously servedat (-0-) on Raymond S. Smfth. j,
tour of hi Vietnam
a duty aifd
dark AB. Philippines' .
Monday I FrI4a.y-MarkaH Kveton.
has been assigned to Fort Lee
The 1964 graduate ENLISTS IX irA VT
sergeant a
The Royal Neighbors r. M- Vicki 1 0._
of Bunnetl High School. Va.Sgt.. and Mrs. Cordon spent Daniel E. Yelvington. of lee monthly meeting at 7:50 SaHrday-4Joy M. Di>....
has served In Vietnam.
the weekend In Bunnell visiting Bunnell. Florida was enlisted p. m. at the home of Mrs. Herbert Earl Baggett. Richard M4n-
t.Co) his father Roy Cordon. Into the U. S. Navy on June Allen, Railroad Ave. Bun ton. Thomas Scott Clark.
COMPLETES DUTY (-0-) 14 at Jacksonvflle. nelL SUnday-A. ),1. (Duke) )1,.
Petty Officer" Third Class Seaman Yelvington is now (o-) Daniel Nancy Lindsey, Ralph
Lewis Smlf ielskl has completed HOME FROM VIETNAM undergoing recruit training Tuesday K. Hint. BHly Evans.
three years active duty In SP4 Neal Atkinson. US Bunnell Lions Club luncheon Tuesday-Susanne Nelson
at the Naval Training Center
the US Navy. He.arrived home Army. Vietnam is staying Great Lakes Ill -meeting at 12:15 at the Cathy Duncan.
today to reside at Korona with with his brother and sitter in Bunnell Civic Center. Wf'dn8day-nOC'f'DCf' Nor-
his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. J. law Harry and,Carol Atkinson Seaman Yelvington Is the I.0.) cross: Maria Threadgill Dou-
SmigieUkL while spending forty days son of Mrs. Ruby Yelvingtonof Boy Scout Troop 495 meetsat they Everhart. Eddie Dodl-
The 1966 BUS graduate's enlistment leave In Bunnell visiting with Bunnell. and the late Cur 7:30 at the Scout Building mead Betty HalL
Includes 3 years dutyin relatives. tis Yelvington.
the US Naval Reserves. Neal has completed nine I!
(.CM months duty In Vietnam and MARINE VISITS

Pvt Martin Tucker, US will return the last of August Dennis Rahe, Cincinnati.
Army, Fort Polk. La. telephoned I to Vietnam for an additional
Ohio is visiting at FlaglerBeach after see
nine months assignment you
his parents Leslie and with George and Virginia r
Doris Tucker. Haw Creek (-)-) Moody. Dennis recently' your doctor. .
and told them he ATTENDING ARMY
Sunday completed' a tour of duty In
would complete his training RESERVE CAM Vietnam with the US Marine bring
July 26. He hopes to get a Corps. yourprescription
few days leave for a visit at Thomas A. Kahlert son of' t to
Mr. and Mrs. \V.Kahlert. -
home before he Is assigned' Anthony
to advance training. 2109 Highway 1. CARD OF THANES
C-o) Bunn 11. a student at the
University of Georgia In Words cannot adequately'
JOINS HUSBAND
Athens is attending Army express my deep appreciation
IN CALIFORNIA Reserve Officers' Training for the many kindnesses
Mrs. Karen Hodges and son The cards and visits I receivedduring
Corp summer camp. Prohuleeol.",.
Randy leave Friday for San course began June 17 at Ft. my recent illness and
Diego Calif to Join her husband Bragg N. C confinement at Ormond Beach

Petty Officer Randolph During the encampment, hIs HospItaL
Hodges who Is stationed therewith receiving six weeks' of With deepest gratitude I
the US Navy. training In leadership, rifle extend this word of thanks tom
(-0-) BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
marksmanship physical conditioning ) kind neighbors and
Jerry Smith son of Mrs. and other military thoughtful friends.
Bud Durrance, Flagler Beach subjects. Mrs. Marie Kowalsky 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

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EDITORIAL -- Ib.49


FLAGLER HOUSING AUTHORITY
.
Usually we vent oar wrath on our government either condemning .
D. A.
them fer what they have not done or what they have
done wrong. So we take pleasure In pointing out one of the
very County.worthwhile projects of the federal government In Flatter C I CK ROAST lb. 48


The Flagler County Housing Authority was organized about
twenty yean ago tor the purpose of providing housing for low Lean Meaty -WESTERN
income families. This writer was executive secretarynon sal
aried I during the time plans were being completed for the first
units. SPARE RIDS Ib 59

We can still remember the comments people made about
the project "The government Is Just throwing away some more
money"--The Negro will not pay rent for a decent house"/ Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE
They will all look like rundown shacks within a 'ear'-It will
ruin the rental housing business In Bunnell".

We are glad to observe that all these fears have been proved PICNICS lb. 41Valltydale

false.nlng The project has been a complete success from the begin


Financially, the federal loan money has been paid off on
schedule. In tact Executive Director M. B. McDanlel turned In -
a check for $399151 to the Bunnell Commission two weeks "ASSORTED" ZUBER'S "PURE
ago In lieu of taxes. This Is worth more In city taxes than 72 SAGE
$12,000 homesteads would be. LUNCH MEATS I SMOKED

Most of the units are occupied by Negro families. A drive
thru this residential area will show them to be generally well Ce161o*&. 296 lb. 59CFresh
kept with clean yards even after twenty years. pice.
-
This writer has been In many of the units and has found
them clean, neatly furnished windows draped and an asset Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2.2Y. lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 TO A FAMILY

to the community. There are, of course, exceptions In every
community of people.

The units have been kept full since the first opening Thereis Whole lb. 25
always a waiting list.

Also, the Housing Authority has built a sewage disposal
system which they have turned over to the City of Bunnell

Private housing In Bunnell has not been adversely affected
There is a continuous shortage of rental houses. During the Lyke'a "FLAG"SMOKED (Sliced *
BACON
49
past few weeks Marco Polo employees and school faculty members Free) ib. I
have been looking for private housing only to find a short

age.Plans
have been completed by the Flagler County Housing Ca. Red No. 2Vt Can
Authority to add an additional sixty units to the local project Each DIXIE CRYSTAL
They have been approved and are awaiting appropriation In the TOMATOES 25c
19G8 federal budget This will make a total of 132 units. SUGAR

We congratulate the Flagler County Housing Authority and Bama Quart Jar
Director on the success of this project It is an example of a *
worthwhile accomplishment of our government MAYONNAISE 4ge 5 &; 29c

John A. Gegg Del Monte 6V8 oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

CHUNK TUNA 3 For 8ge
and visited Just about every
I community from Sopchoppyto
Too Late West Hi-C (Ass't. Flavors) 46 oz. Can
Key Many a time I DEUTE
have been a guest at a FlorIda FRUIT For
DRINKS 3 79C
Cracker table and my
To Classify mouth still waters as I recall OLEO
the amount and character of Big ChiefLOGRAIN

Considering 1fT Russell how Xo many* different food. I was priviledged to enJoy NG RICE 4 Ib.g: 49c ';, lb.Each Pattie 5 I

cookbooks there are In As George Gobel would :
'heorld one might Imagine say "You don't hardly find
that we need another cook. food like that no more." While NESCAFE Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
book like we need a hole In the average Cracker family of
the head. SO or more years ago was INSTANT COFFEE
But after looking over an poorer than most of the so FROZEN FOODSMorton's -
advance copy of a new one called poor people who marched .
painstakingly compiled by a on Washington, they knew 6 Ox. 69CLimit
three generation Florida how to work and how to live Jar 8 oz. Pkg.
Cracker gal friend of mine, and for the most part were POT PIES 8 oz.
I'm not so sure comfortable and happy. 1 with $5.00 or more food order 5 Pkgs. $100
Anyhow, she got an idea A Cracker meal was something .
and followed through by publishing to write home about, Sea Pale "BREADEDSHRIMP "
"Louise's Florida and the secret was in the FRESH PRODUCE 10 oz.
Cookbook", The author is cooking. No matter what they Pllc. 690
Louise Lamme who operatesa served you it was delicious. Golden RipeBANANAS
gift shop at Boynton Beach. You came to a table laden
Her customers tourists and with a dozen or more dishes, ""
homefolks were continually a half dozen vegetables, fowl tOe WESSON OILOK
asking her about Florida or fish or both. Salads that
o.1
Fancy
dishes they had heard about.Especially were out of this world. And
old timey dishes, what those old time cooks lk:
R A
Quart
Indian recipes for preparing could do with a slab of salt 19c
a variety of Florida foods. pork In seasoning food also Bottle 49"
They were interested In a was out of this world. And Sweet Juicy
dish the Indians called Soft. the way they handled corn "* Limit
1 with 5.00
kee. Swamp Cabbage, Dash. and corn meal was a man-el WATERMELONS 49C or more food order
Bens Gopher Turtle and other If any one ever left a Florida
Indian delicacies.In Cracker table hungry It was
addition to old time their own fault
Florida recipes and Indian I have enjoyed Indian hospltality .
dishes Louise. has includedthe deep In the Everglades
famed modern Florida and they Introducedme
dishes such as turtle steak to a variety of Florida na
Key Lime Pie and -others. tive foods that were marvelously .
Although I am not a Cracker cooked and delicious,
I am more a Floridian swamp cabbage, alligator
than anything else I came tall, turtle meat cattail roots I 1It 1\\
here in 1914 and over the and the like. And these smilIng I
years I have watched this Indians were poor pea I ,
state grow and develop from pee Just about as poor as people I Phone
a backwoods country to a can get but they knew OPEN SUNDAYS 437-3227
modern metropolitan area. how to get food, prepare It and 8:00 a-nv-1:00 p.m. ( U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
I have traveled from one they got more out of life than
end of the state to the other most of us do today Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good July 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, 1968s



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OurServicemen June IX Airman Bmftfc will at sii....... oem. awlties .......
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splits ATS Texas June 39 w be' "' 11._ .lnll.d as a EVENTS "hle.dg
and will be transferred la ak Uevtenai* In BueMi Buy Seoul Temp
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Me ef bit and MIs. Averkybrs iii Prieed... C4Yik seem. at 9IsfasV tt f <
: AB Rufus Jerry Smith3534th ?
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.. t AP'1i. !'la.ieetises ) 8she W. R.at Neely
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equipment retMl,. 11. C.... = Ssitoel :t '- (-9-) .,.d.y Katherine PPMir*
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MI!
man, is assigned to a unit of Ft_Beach ... (7sswnlio- HUH. Lily Land Pamela
St EdgarGedeeAway Jane .
lives at 39. 'pg br44ee
the Air Force CemmuiiicaHeRS horned ..... meeting sM TtW p. HfU0 SMehr, Rebeeea Lynn Sax
has returned 0.-
Bead In Athens
Service He previously servedat ( ) S. StMttL
Qfl Raymond
of fn VHetnaA *
a tour duly 144 ICMUSTS
Clark AB. PttItf.ppl1M'l.T1te ,
Monday
Fftday-Marianne Kveton.
.has been assigned to Fert Lee. IN NAVY
sergeant, a 1964 graduate .
Va. The Royal Neighbors r*.u Vicki Davis.
of Bttftaeil High School Sft. and Mrs. Gordon spent Daniel E. Yelvtngton. of ler monthly meeting at T:30 SaHwday-4Jey M. Deen.
has served In Vietnam. at the home of Mrs. Herbert Earl Richard Min-
the weekend In BunneH visiting Bunnell. Florida, wa enlisted p. m. Bafgett
0-) his father Roy Gordon.0 Into the U. S. Navy on June Allen Railroad Ave.. Bun- ten. Thomas Scott Clark.
COMPLETES DUTY (- -) 14 at Jacksonville. ne L Qmday-A. M. (Duke) Me-
Petty Officer Third Class Seaman Yelvtngton is now (.oiTuesday Daniel& Nancy Undsey, Ralph
HOME FROM VIETNAM
Lewis Smlgieiskl has completed undergoing recruit trainingat K. Him, Billy Evans.
three years active duty In SP4 Neal Atkinson. US the Naval Training Center Bunnell Lions Club lunch Tuesday-Susanne Nelson
the US Navy. He arrived home Army. Vietnam is staying Great Lakes III eoe-meeting at 12:15 at the Cathy Duncan.
today to reside at Korona with with his brother and sister In Bunnell Civic Center. Wf'dftf'ldI-nCftftC.'e Nor-
Is the
his parent, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. law Harry and"Carol Atkin Seaman Yelvtngton i.0'. cross Marla ThreadgilL Dou-
SmlgieiskL son. while spending forty days son of Mrs. Ruby Yelvtngton Boy Scout Troop 495' meetsat they Everhart. Eddie Dodl-
The 1966 BHS graduate's enlistment leave In Bunnell visiting with of Bunn lJ. and the late CUr. 7:30 at the Scout Building mead. Betty HalL
tts Yelvtngton.
Includes 3 years dutyIn relatives.
the US Naval Reserves. Neal has completed nine
(.0-) months duty In Vietnam and MARINE VISITS

Pvt M.irtln Tucker. US will return the last of August
Dennis Bane, Cincinnati,
Fort Folk La. telephoned to Vietnam for an additionalnine
Army
Ohio Is visiting at Flagler
his parents Leslie and months assignment Beach with George and Virginia
Doris Tucker, Haw Creek (-0-)
Moody. Dennis recently .
Sunday and told them he ATTENDING ARMY completed a tour of duty In
would complete his training RESERVE CAMP Vietnam with the US Marine IIprescrl'ption
July 26. He hopes to get a Corp
few days leave for a visit at Thomas A. Kahlert son of to
home before he Is assignedto Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W.
advance training. Kahlert. 2105 S. Highway 1, CARD OF THAMES
C.. Bunn ll. a student at the
University of Georgia' In Words cannot adequately
HUSBAND
JOINS Athens Is attending Army express my deep apprecia
IN CALIFORNIA Reserve Officers' Training don for the many kindnesses,
Mrs. Karen Hodges and son Corps summer camp. The cards and visits I received Prof..a.oll'g..
Randy leave Friday for San course' began June 17 at Ft. during my recent illness and
Diego Calif to Join her hus Bragg N. C confinement at Ormond Beach

band. Petty Officer Randolph During the encampment, he Hospital
Hodges who Is stationed therewith Is receiving six weeks of With deepest gratitude I
the US Navy. training In leadership rifle extend this word of thanks tom
( ()-) marksmanship physical conditioning ) kind neighbors and BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS

Jerry Smith, son of Mrs. and other military thoughtful friends.
Bud Durrance. Flagler Beach, subjects. Mrs. Marie Kowalsky 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 637

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rLAOUEK TKIBONC TOURS.. JULY li. I9t*
FORCi( : -ILTI DENT TE:.\ T\: '"1'a fXD ATTtNM
CAMP MI-MAC
WEDDING PARTYNewlyweds MARRIED IX COMPUMLNTSMRS. Kay' ivrryman of JNaortl
..ll ROBERTSON has compld a tvt.wesfc
ATLANTA. GA. ... WIll .Jones. fotwterly Motion at Camp MettI-Mae

Mimi Patricia Hill and Be* of Bewared entertain at a for Girls at Black MMMeata.X .
Butter CMnon. beth ft Of- tea PrWay at her home, 57 : C. Daughter ef Mr. MM!
N mood Bwswh. wet marriMJune Owen Greet Drive. Ormond Mm j. D. Perryman. 1JT K.>
t M in the Atlaota Athletic each to Introduce her deugfltr Lambert Street she to a tenth
Ctob's Blue ...... fttv. In law Mrs. Reid Robert. grade student at Bwmtil Nigh
x John A. Cannon Jr.. fetter eC eon. the letterer Sharon How. School.
the Drtevfsooin. pwpwwed, the std OCMfflL Oeia At Camp Merrimae. she participated .
double rtng ceremony. Rfcfcwtowi MOt..... in team smarts, art
; The bride is the daughter Mrs. L. Heward. Orlando and and crafts .horseback riding,
I of 14,. and Mrs. Ray Hill. 117 In. Jones n... liebeeca modeling tennis and riffery.H095EGBESTS .
Harvard Drive Her husband lie hnt..... HumttIi.. aeeieled
Is the son of Rev. and Mrs. in greeting the greets, mostly
Cannon. 1921 John Andersen friends. from" Btmneil. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Human

j l Price Ormond. formerly of An artistic arrangement of have as their heuseguests
FlaIl Beach He is the white gladfetus Interspersedwith their daughter and left In law.
grandson of Col. and Mrs. greenery accented thert4reshmnt Mr. and Mrs. Richard McNeil
Ben M. Butler 1853 John Anderson taWe. and children of Memphis.Tenn. .
Drive and Atlanta. Assisting Mrs. Jones in .

Escorted: by her father the serving were Mrs. M. B. Fuller On Saturday the Hannahs

Mr and Mr. William Cauley. center, are pie. bride were a gown of moonlight Mrs. Tom Hdden. Miss De- and their guests visited
lured with their attendants Bostman Bill Harris and Kim Law lace and carried a Bible lores Deen. Miss Gwen Smed- Busch Gardens at Tampa and
ton. sister of he bride, maid of honor. with a cascade of sweetheart ley Mrs. Edward Tellers and towed Cape Kennedy Monday.
Miss Kena MeMkhael
rose' centered
with a white
TERRY LAWTON.W. length veil of white illusion orchid. For something borrowed Among the guests were the Set. and Mrs. John Barker
: was attached to a crown of and old she carried a handkerchief honorees grandmother Mrs.Norman and children. Kathy and John.
CAULEY seed pearls and sequins. which was originally Anthony. Debary: ny. Doerun. Ga. have returned
MARRIED The bride's sister Kim Lawton carried by the bridegroom's Mrs. Z. D. Holland Mrs. W. home after visiting at Flagler
erry Lawton became the Opalocka. was maid of mother at her wedding and W. Deen Mrs. Tommy Dur- Beach the past two weeks
bride of William "Billy" Cau- honor. Bill Harris was, best the bride and bridegroom rance. Mrs. Walter Knight. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Icy In a double ring ceremonyat man. which topped the cake were Mrs. Cordell Robertson Mrs. Gene Hart.
the home of Mr. .and Mrs. After the ceremony there also used at his parents' wed H. C. Cobb Mrs. Mike Stefiik.
William Gentry Espanola was a reception at the Gentry ding. and Mrs. S. II. Cameron all of ENJOY CAMPING TRIP

Road. Monday night Levi home. There was a reception after Bunnell. George and Virginia Moody,
Brannam Justice of the Peace After a wedding trip' to the ceremony. The bride's Flagler Beach and Andy and
officiated. South Flqd4a, the couple '" 11I 1 twin sister Miss Pam Hill Mrs. Joseph Hirdlng returned Mary Anderson of New Smy
Given In marriage by Will make their home at N. Cherry kept the bride's book and her home Saturday after spending ma returned home Sunday
lam Gentry, the bride wore a St. Cauley .Is with the Navy brother Joe lit the altar can a week In Palatka visiting from Jekyll Island Ca. where
floor length A-llne dress of and is 'stationed In Charleston dles. her granddaughter and fam hey enjoyed four days camp-
white satin. Her shoulder S C After a short wedding trip ily. Mr. and Mrs Jacob. Hume me

the couple will be at home on
WHEELER FAMILY VISITS IN fLAG .ER John Anderson Drive until NEWLYWEDSMR.

September. They will make
their home in Covington. Ca..
where the bridegroom enter
Emory University at Ox.
ford. Ga.
at Oxford. Ca.
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ATTENDS BIRTHDAY

CELEBRATIONMrs.

Buck Durrance. recently -
war
r
returned from Columbus.
Ohio, where she visited her
father W. M. Damron. While
there she attended a celebration AND JIRS. JOSEPH WHITESIDESFORMER

given In his honor on his Mr. and Mrs. Henry-Klelb -
RESIDENTS VISIT
83rd birthday.Mrs. and children of South Hamp
Durrance's twin sister, ton Pa. are spending a month Mr. and Mrs. Joe White and
Mrs. Pat Morris and sons of in Bunnell visiting his father children of Holly Hill, S. C
Springfield, Ohio are visiting George Klelb. Highway spent the holiday weekend inBunnell
Dr and Mrs. John Wheeler shown with their daughters at the Durrance home at Es- 100. visiting Mr. and Mrs.

Skye. left, Melodie, center and Hollie. right, visited with the panola. Joe Brock and sons and Mrs.
.
Evelyn White.Cherry
Frank Cleggs in Haw Creek last Friday Dr Wheeler is professor Buddy and Shirley Cham
of Church History at Baptist Theological Mr. and Mrs. George Clegg bens have returned to their Wadsworth returned
Seminary Busch
Haw Creek, had as their dinner home at home with them for several
likon, Switzerland. He Is a former pastor of Flagler Beach lisp guests Sunday evening Flagler Beach after days visit.
fist Church. vacationing a week at Stone
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis Mountain Ga.
Mrs. Wheeler Is the former Miss Kay Hooper of Bunnell 1 and children of Sturgis Kentucky IN HOSPITAL

and Daytona Beach. The Wheelers are on a three month leave and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Charles White Friends of Angus Reynolds

before returing to Switzerland. Davis and children of Orange and family of Greenvile, Ohio Flagler Beach will be sorry to
Park. Florida. The Charles visited in Bunnell learn he was admitted to Hal
with her
WHEELERS ENTERTAINEDDr. Davis family is spending a parents Mr. and ifax Hospital Sunday where
and Mrs. John Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCabe short vacation with that'ICs. Chambers and at Mrs. F. J. he will undergo tests.
and and Mrs. Lola McCabe visited Charles Davis is Flagler
children Skye, Melody a Beach with Mr. and. Mrs.
and Ian of Switzerland were In Jacksonville Sunday with brother of Becky Clegg. Charles Chambers.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Grady West
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Courson and twin
entertained at a dinner party daughters, Helen
by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clegg and family and Mr. and Mrs. RESIDING IN IUlClCELLS"IY".f'da Ruth Brandt, and Ellen Eatonton Ga. and
in Haw Jim Wlgle and family.Mr. formerly Mr. and Mrs.
Norman
Creek of West
Friday eve Jack and Maria Flagler Beach now living
ning. Also present were Mrs. Knight have moved to Bun. in Orlando spent the weekend Atlanta Ga. visited In Bun
Ella Mae Hooper and Miss nell and are residing in the visiting with Mrs. Lester nell last Wednesday with
Robin Hooper, mother and Mrs. Bill Hartley Doak. Rev and Mrs. Oliver
and sister Canakaris Apartments. Hwy 100 Bunnell Taylor
of Mrs. Wheeler. Mrs. Neva and daughter Laverne Pa Jack's parents, C. H. and antf_n_ rhIlA_......._.......
Eisenbarh. Mrs. Joyce Patrick latka. were guests of Mrs. Margaret Knight formerly of
and Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Smythe Monday
John Cleggof Bunnell now residing in
Bunnell. evening. Bainbridge Ca.. spent the BARNES SEA FOODOPEN

iw.!..".!..w.!..Nr N.!..N.!.N.!.N! N.!.N!N.N ..N. N N N.N weekend with them.
t'l.M>taH..uai .II. S..N'N'N!.N!...'N! !..It.. ...NSN N!N.!..N NSN M S!N..!..1 Nti;'z ALL SUMMER
sj: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richard
f: /} ;:1;: and children Joey. Lynn and THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY
:1*{ /ililOltllCllla :r: Jimmy have returned to their FROM S P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
home in
=r jf Arlington Heights
+{ d 111., after GET MOM
+ spending two weeksat OUT OF THE
&f'z j j.j Flagler Beach with Mrs. KITCHEN
*!* .
:I' We have :1 j: Richard's parents Rev and SPECIAL
a complete line of
.r.I it.j r; Mrs Lester Stanton.Mr. .
j. Southern
r & f and Mrs. M. B. Fuller Fried Chicken
*
&:i* G'fj.a't"/ il/ctltfing :!j: Bunnell spent the weekendat With Homemade Biscuits
Fernandina Beach and Honey
.1.! ,.z with
.*i.z i.j. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hughes All You Can Eat
& s
* ... Mr. and Mrs. Benny Levlton. SI.5
Invitations \ .ezj and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
&fS{ r McGee who were vacationing Homemade
Clam
N3 i there last week. Chowder

*r"* Announcements 1;
\;
*rr +i home Mrs. James Craig returned FRESH SEA FOOFESH
ss Saturday from Arkansas FISH
*}
i after two weeks visit with
.t-I .s CHOICE
J a MONOGRAMMED I.te friends and relatives. T-BONE STEAKS
t !z f
: : Napkin, Matches, Cake Boxes, !ajs FROG LEGS

!,'if jam Cellophane and Nuptial Bag, etc. |Ste.ti! VISITING IN VIRGINIA VEAL CUTLETSCOME

S Becky Mercer and her cous AS
YOU
& In, Lee. ARE
Moody who has been
!I THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE j Ij visiting in Bunnell the past PARTIES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS
two weeks left Jacksonville PHONE
:1 T., BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE Sunday via jet for Lee's home 829.8493 or 829- 485
437.3282Sj. at Fairfax. Va. South of St.

:M..M..It.It....!.".!..".!....!.'!.!. ""..!.......!.......!.....!.."..!.!'.!.....'!."..!."..!. ...!. "!!!!.."..!...S.t..s Becky will visit for two At Moultrie Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1
.N..K..N.. ......., weeks before returning home -Sign on rilbt47E



-, made for a county wide celebration 5-TMC rLAOLBI> TMWMC THVftfc._IW.Y If. MM+

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ADVERTISINGIII YBAM. A 40 PIMIIa c-: MIlt Ailaa l.

Joy and J.mas ONe won BEAUTY ..... ........... attar::: t iiay*

H If 0HM aWitt AUGUST 31" .... Dwval. ..*..at. OH
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Installed; Rota-R ter TEN TEAM AGO the eigilMlatttR...1 .
.. charm Haj-
.as Me' et the trMintde on beauty ,
Mail a etL Reasonable pres.Call Michael Parker and DavMSMtMs the FteiMa Crown
town hiM ses.r" se.eIsl and poise. They wilt be
George J. iTT-WW Pa .....
ass. in .
were Tallafcaasc* In informal street
yews, wttn groups deicing at er
8-1-tf far two weeks attending the day br ak and .Nvakfaat parties Aupet first la tHe ... swim suits and evrlsiag

1'ttOf'IC BREEZE: NUI iEIrYLf Setenee Camp at the PferMa under the hula. huts set by the Beauty ... This !III strictly a ...*.

( us help beautify Flatter State University There" wee swimming can- Committee of tM Contest and no CMMiMMI

Ovnty. Large variety of evergreens (-0-) eats In thegttlphw pool on Crewn Osuncil of C ..Crown.'l will be given to talent

palms, hedge plants.: Judson Slryker, Flagler Daytona Avwwe. Judges for .Commerce far the dot... la no entry fee.

5*b miles' S of Bunnell on Beaeh. was seleeted Representative the contests were' Mary(Vandergrift ties and Chambers of affair will" be heW Ift

U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc and also County Judge Luther Upsen and mere to get their new Coliseum' 1ft Jadtsen

in the Boys State session in throian. ,ntered.V e Beach on Saturday' Aug

Repossessed' 1967 Singer Sew Tallahassee. Elmer Steufh 1 (-a) Contestants. must be 31st. and all event wftl 1

ing1 )Machine rig tags built- was also a delegate from Shfrll W. Johnston was .,i 16 and :25 years of free to the public.

in buttonholer, decorative Flagler County.0 in FiaglefhHospKal suffering ,, ,single and never
sttteh etc Wanted someone -) ftern'm eftous fracture of the married and be took an act of Congress e-

in this area to finish 5- payments Mrs. Edna Farnsworth was bone of'Ithl* UppeC'Ieg. The the stat of Florida or 1912 to stop the manufac

at $10.15 or cash balance elected president of St Thomas sheriff received the Injury dents attending school of matches with phos

of 4860. Guarantee still.food. Ladies Auxiliary. Others while" giving chase to an escaping in the state of that caused' "frightful

Can be seen and tried were Mrs. Angus Ross, vice Negro whom he was must be sponsored by a ....." Today's matches

out In this area. For more In. president and Mrs. Brie Anderson attempting to arrest ber of Commerce, a tit made of entirely harmless

formation, write Mr. Parker secretarytreasurer.0 (-0J. -' county In the Florida ..

Box 393 Deland, Florida. (- -) ,/j I. F. Miner County Tax
July 4. TFC Miss Betty Joe Revels was, Collector. had purchased a .L4GLF.R ilH'*TT HH4HII OK rVBUC If3TRl'C'r'IOTTr25T4T111.2

) crowned Miss Flagler County home on Cherry Street which" IIIIMJKTIt
X>R SALE Rent or Lease
of ,1968. July 4 at FlagletBeach .. t1.fll .rl4. $ .Iu... 1141.
2 was formerly occupied by L. 1".u..1 to .Ite ...I... .. 0' lotion
bedroom Florida room Miss Margaret Ann Mc- M. Whttaker. u amended by Section A 0' Chapter $3.3111 .f Florida. Acta .f 1141
beach house with carport. Ph. Cort first Hotta. I. herby loon taring .ball t.t :' tb.
and
437-3472. was runnerup (.o.) ( manly D.a.d of J bile 11':..h:4r.-t Flasl.r : : July
Mar. 7.TFC
Miss Margaret Peavy was sec roirrr TEARS AGO 33. i mx' .a ..mm ..rpw4pv of n_*viiB> with tltls.n. ofthe
inlaid.Vhool budget 114$. and ending
ond rttnnerup. Mrs. Vonnie eoiMr th. of July I.
FOR SALE-All kinds of fur. In an election to decide the Juno M, i1N. which budget! < aummarlted aa follow:
niture. Antoinetta Ruark Knight way the retiring rAil, I
Cooremans, .-J Issuance of $1.887.000 of bonds
1957 nun It 11011? ASl )AHTi%ArEi
Ft
nrKHriu
1723 S. Central Flagler Beach. queen.o with, which to purchase the b..inoln of yoar
July 18. 25. 2tp. -) Florida East Coast canal and A.I. 1":1 $ebool r and 1Cnunty A halo Vund.11.147.01
TWENTY TEARS AGO .
FOR RENT-One .bedroom i i i,!, to acquire the necessary rightsof t nutrlft So. I Current ... ..._:__.._._.___!1.311.04
Miss Peggy Wray. blonde way, Flagler County Join

Gas newly, water furnished and electricity apartment.Included Bunnell High School student ed ten other east coast counties H.I. Antl.lpatadl.llerlpl.State F'unda ..__: .-. ....- .. ..........
was crowned Miss Flagler of the Inland Navigation
$60.00. Located on US In S. Bdueatton Improvement Hnrlrhmeni (Mate).._.._ ....n....
County a beauty contest at District. In approving the Issuance

|Hwy. 1, half mile south of the Flagler Beach hotel. Miss of the bonds. S. County T.... ..._._.__ .. .. .11..1.....
Korona. Call
437-3752. lIe
Mryna Rodgers was selectedas ..0.) t. Jlalrl..t T..... ..._-. 1K.......
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bedroom : first runnerup and Miss Flagler Beach lived up to i
i. 4Nhvr Xvuirea ......_ ."
Katherine Hamilton
house, weekly, monthlyor was second Its reputation for genuine hospitality

lease. Flagler Beach N. runnerup. Other contestants on July 4 when it entertained TOTAUt. $1.141./
...l II.....uU t&N'.: '
were Miss Joan McGee. c. l ropo.
Central Ave. Reasonable. a crowd of 2000 people Adminl.tr.tionn ....IU...
-" '
Phone 439-2314 or 4392143. Miss Nazhla Trad. Miss Betty in celebrating the openIng 00. .
July 18 25. 2tc. Babbitt and Miss Patsy of It's (35.000 municipal 1 Ja.Ivf-tle1 I Halarlr _.._.._. a.--__ 111.4400

French. fishing pier Following the S. Biwna fur Hu|>pH.a of Inntrvrtlon A Oth.jt1.2tr.M

FOR SALE -Myers pump. 1.0-) ceremony a free fish dinner /. Operation of Plant -.--.... i 4........
Used only 3 months. Reason The dining room of the Mi- was served at Baker's Casino I

able. Phone 439-2143. Mrs. land Hotel at Flagler Beach and a fishing contest was I. Malntenanr. of hash _.._. 17151.01

Craddock. July 18-25 2tc. had opened with Bill Richards held. Jim Crosdn Bunnell (. Auitttarr Hrrvlrea (Transportation, Food etc.)_ I........

as operator.' won, a steel rod and reel for 7. Flied 4Thart- _._..._. -... -, .........
WANTEI -Hospital cafeteria (-0- ) catching the largest cubic fish

manager. Bunnell General The new highway No. 11 and Albert Baker Flagler .. duration Improvement Enrichment ....n....

Hospital Contact Administrator from Bunnell to FlaglerBeach Beach, won a fishing reel for .. Other ......__.. hi...... and re orTea......, .. .. 11'."'."
at 4373354.: Itc was nearing the
complet
catching largest number
TOTAT .............
lion and plans were being of fish 162.
Used rollaway beds $1450
rANT IL
each. Also Children, ladles .
DKIIT ..:H'.. K
and men clothing. Jerry's A. Balance beginning of year HISS

Furniture Old Dixie Hwy.. 2 Antirlpaled Jt4pt. 1MH SSTOTAf
ml S. Korona. Ph. 437-3751
.. 11.11!."
*
18 Itc
July .h3aP

n Proposed Eependlturr:
LOTS FOR SALE 2 lots high ; I l'amnt of MT.T7 Loon I !..... ..

and dry paved street For 1tM n l, r ,kA I. Ihiyment of IlondtInlereat _._.. ,e.......
more! Information call 437

3886. July 18. Itp. ,m fA* 1 on M7.J7 Ian .. -N

v 4 Interest on Ilonda __......_ 7,11311
FOR SALE-General Electric % 6

portable dishwasher, $4X50, i; ..r '. Nber .......... ...... .... _...._.._...._. 317' ."

automatic garage door opener TOTA, Jl.*'..ft*
$39.30. Both In working : --4'.CITAL

condition. 1622 S. Central Ave. J Y PANT III.
INI'ItO1'VNKST rl.I: ).
Flagler Beach. Ph. 4392195. A Balance bec'lnnlnc of year:
July 18, ltc 1. Capital Outlay and Debt JTtlr*. U..''.S>

2 local Capital Improvement 11...
LEGAL ADVEHTltBMBXTI \

1 bond Ooattrurtlon! _._....._...._...... M'"
Tin rinciiT. rot are or r
rLA..LtR oUtT'. FLOM. 4 School ....""I'u tlo"0..
Ills n AfJlIripat" U-.p.a: .
!I. 4'muf *.4XUH .t "rr.SAFETY 1. .itato "uncia ..._..___... )t.......
MINNA HO\M" MlUlntlff v
Z. Incoming T"".' r. ..._ )$.......
!'
JIKIIABI/U HOTWOIDI.f.ndant TOTA7r' (1,441.M
1'-.1 13ip.t4ltur.a:
"t TII 1: TO nrrrsu 1..7MS
THE KTATB OK FUlHJUA TIP 1. To JlelbwrY"". |
)lICtUtL L. HuM"OOl, -Ni.
141 1.6.. LA. ;' .. .;.. -. I. lt.to.d.Hng _.

You mrmmrham.or. b.r,hjr AIL. i otlfl I .4 that a '"'':' .... New thi... ____._ 1.SN.00
ha. bn Clod a alntI you
cult* the above .tltl.cI e.u. and FIRST-Four time Olympic Game Gold Medal .. s- and Irplae.d Equipment 7.3 ..MS
you ar. h.r.kr r.v lr.a lo Bly winner Murray ROM of
mr .....r with the Cl.rk *fthla Australia never lets a non-swimming Library Wka and Audlo" .utl H'@uipnwnt3.I.I0
Court to .ervo a Copy child around water without a Waterbcg. The rubber is
tkr*.f upon.cI. plaintiff or rot 4. Balance sad I-leaervo T-.._......_.__... M.*....
.....tllr. att.rn.,. ..aa- ft..... available from :Materic 9000 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. .
sot:MKt 1.WAGNER 80069. Rose is appalled at the number of deaths by drowning id TOTAL. .........

ft'r: r faw.f AA the UJS.:each year. rtitT n.
HttL 1ldroar -- fu1T1taiTOl\ rT.1"H'L "ROGR' rt-sns
later than AOdlWT 17. A. D. ...", ed. ....,f'.... atrett.. x Jialancea eg.nning of year ......__ j ".11 1
ihItIf
2 HACK fNIHTON: HfB- HOSPITAL NOTES
.l if you.nl fall.red 10.'4IG.'.eo..' Tu Mfaultwi for I.IVIXfO.S. of BvtiiM-ll.. Florida R .bUf'4pal' ko'.lpt. _... N.1t....
th relkf" d.ma..M In th; Mil briar a part* of Trartu ADMITTED: Henry Ruff
i and &. Work I Htton II.Towftahlp r.
.f _p'e'nt. Tb..atur .f MMWITNEMI l OTA H..I..S1
... U South. Haajr* Mabel Emery Henry Green
Iw
.ft being
INS oRCE S. Baal, containing Work c. 1'p..ed Lapendituro. ,
nr band sod ...] I. I. 4 and unnamed ....1- Jr.. Clifton Webb Beulah Mae L Tltlo I "'tlUJ
.. .. .
.fM rated (tr a pt UMt
J at 1..1'sold l'.vrt this' 1Kb day Mid ."iMI::= f.r:. Mr Allen Bunnell; Roy C. Msner, i TIUo Itt. _._.... .. __ .._._.. _..
JoJ i : VOODTf na..1. a *far of (414
....rk aM Orrwlt ./ BIUMM-I). Florto John Durrance. Jack Abbott Other Federal ___._.__... ;
OurtOMrlal 3. HuW..TIifC Jerry Davis Flagler Beach;
Ilunned..erttta 11.
of
( seal> C.ss T yTAI ._
$ 51.13.13
.
By /./ J.11a R Harvey Fred Chambers Jacksonville; The nt4Uaa-o ... bo levied for 114.-1+J ......_... roll to product.
ppvt, '''rk tile ar I ..t.1 oe- ,,**.*.."' rovMtiM tar tbeo. bIe.. ..... for th. ........... flaaaj year aa-
Judy It 4te. C.1" T."lp 12 $u1/tb. Mae Brandt. St. Augustine; IV. I>I:THHT 4'I .H."T I.KVIK roll N.11ATE5A\Cp: rl NI'v.KI.

M.. itnat N rowtaMi.dwpprur ...,... Marie Underbill. DHtona. X CVonty Support. and Maintenance Fund ......._.... _.._... J.KHlHlMt

LEGAL AntERTISF.NEX1'S ,kna 2 t.,, ,.... A A.ll.w.... B. Hp* U| Tn ttrbool Matrk-t No I .. __.... __....__. to.pc.Ee
11TH'TA ': './4.... 1G.: A..... J,. DISMISSED: Donna [)ur. .
WHOM IT MAT OO.STBW*: ...,.. IL A'..... Jr.a lag Molly Lane LouellaWeils. ....... .be..t. .,.of .eeta 0aarato pat .f tlw .ebooll M
You will tak otlc. thatttod.r.lgnrd nw /J awe Allan on lYe and ... ..aH..... for ...6iis iMpoairw
p..tt....*" win MI I. Jesse Gardner Shirley .t .. .1 tM (.u.sty Itupoft"I.......' .f Pu..,. tt .. ..
U P1eortcla. and .111 ho .......... tor .1M1t .
Atirt 1MI at t M A. -/ A./.r.. pubM h artog t. .. er
.. .
ni k* appltaBtlM ttO. Bart f ....U Bisnton. Martha Mercer Terry wan ...rt. etatmenld and Inform*ttoai.
County rBMaftM of MrA. puw.ll AN.tar..d: personp are cordially Invited t. Nrt41/patw ,.
/a/ t"W(
?ksI.r.arty.. n-w.. I. ft- r.w.nTA YaAft'). Helen Celf'mln.On" yublio he.rtn# amid to :: .. rho --I prograas and buda.t
: fir
tbsu. mount for .......
eat In whMlT tk. fottowly 4. oMort.. A J.h.aaw '' Decker. Grace Mitchell r ,
scythed. t... y.ll ; '? : ,./ A.. ....... Raleigh Alexander Will- FLAf11.11R "UI.'NTI' rLOHIDA
,. lIt.'BOIVI'. A. "". lam Whetstone. Helen Kozow- HAROIJ > ChilrminJAMEfl
(OX, <.f BtuiMlI. n-rlda, bInc .. Louia A I-urea rt,. r ATTEST
a part <.f Trait i'l Lr.uta A. l"'ut 11.' ski Frank Waugh, Lucille a PRAIASuperintend.at
It..ck 11 t'. Hortlom Mouth.' : la I.! ..r Townhti It- 0' k.,bt rt 1nrdvJcnrt Pierce, Etta Louize. Patricia and Cz-Ofllrta ixcrctry
14P'p. >e'ic of VHu'k. A, Mo+-iJ.y / Balrd. 1* tb* U.--vrd of 1-tibJi., Instructia:
: L s. V ::: 3.agr '-lZltj', l'1...r.Ja
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hie serriea ,-T1BE rLJUILH Tl6fNL t1fHI., JULY M. Mil

.. .
There v..l1 be ar..s -
I1; cIItIMc IsW| ..siisg Lions "'It PEACE ors leas.nS lI1WUMlB Mlog ",'

% If.4 L.thtt> heIIirIIIc Eee.,. and taterncrHonftl PresidentDavid wk 1M None ....

MEWS Mrs Oliver Taylor on the parr PLACSM2NT TEfT _M Ill out aft s pil.s IW'

teM wtil r eIMIfttLAll resss4gnn' to the Bun TO Bl: HELD J9LY MFlagler If .. MW 110
and. It bo me llst.
5.. peeost
.
members aM friends 01 County reeMeMe interested
iMMe the test Appl/sa tliiu
er
Weekly Sermon the ettwcn aw Invited/. in pu hc their skills are available from' peat eAese

to use In deveto,4 f sanest or from' the Peace Corps InWashington.
Oliver
The Rv. and MM.
Re.. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor around the worM ae invited D. C. 2961..
Taylor and children Karenand
Bunaeil Methodist Church' Kenny left Sunday for t to take tfce Peace Corps Plaee Thousands of Volunteer are
ment Test at 1:30 PM Suitor- serving In AiU. Afriea. .
Lake Junaluska. N. C. currently
OUTSIDE THE WALLS t day, July :20 at Daytona Beach Latin America and the
Rev. Taylor pastor First
Main Post Office.
We.... Peace Corp
People gather together' in United Methodist' Church 01Bunn" Pacific
many places and for many !. will be attendingthe The Placement Test Is used programs which will beginthis
reason Work places peopleIn Missions Conference as by the Peace Corps to determIne fall will utilize people

efooe contact' The need for District Missionary SecretaryThe how an applicant can best with education agriculture.
octal activity Is also a cornpelting be utilized overseas.' It measures health and community action
force in Catherine Taylors plan to return general aptitude and backgrounds to work with

people' together. Man has been home Saturday. ability to Icsm a language the people of the emerging

described as a social being not education or achievement nations in self-help projects.
who needs the presence of BAPTIST SPEAKER The test requires' no preparation Volunteers with technical

others. and Is non-competitive, skills need not have college
Reverend T. Shelton Brooks
Another need for people to will be guest speaker at the an applicant can neither pass degrees to qualify fer Peace

gather together Is for religious First Baptist Church: of Bun A. Evans of Texas nor fail. Corps service

significance and inspiration.The nell this Sunday for both City Texas,was elected President -
church U described as morning and evening services. of Lions International
the gathered of ---- -
those who believe fellowship In Cod STATE ...SK Ha. .erHKroitT BINGO 8:00 P. M.
through Jesus Christ. A great or oxnmo or -rrmie BANK or BI ""JlLL0..
..
ill 1 s1L1. iv! THK SIS T or rMinniA AT TMK (LOK rBt
:
problem of the church today *lK O* Jl.MK *e. IMCaah. REFRESHMENTS .
is for Its members to feel that FREE

the church only exists with ASSETS TONIGHT (Thursday)

in the walls of a building ..". with ether bank. and cask IU.. !. proccaa .
.. collection ... ... en..H FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL
-
The spirit of Cod through United states Ooverna.ent. ot lleaU... -... .. l.f".1:1e.:
Jesus Christ blesses any <> llcatlo af Mat. and political I *ubdTvlaoM! .. "TM.MT4IHcnrltle SPONSORED BY-
:a f raderal actnclea and corporation ...::. .__.. Nona
gathering which Is
truly assembled Miser ..eurltles (Includms I son. Corporate ..t.rkslNone Disabled American VeteransJim
In His name. Perhapswe Fadtral fund sod and aecurltUa purchased ender asroa-
should ask menu t. resell _...-........ .. ...............-.. -___... None
ourselves when Other 1_.. and. dlarounta ... ..........___........ 111(41142 Boo Chapter No. 86
was the last time we particIpated Bank pramlar. furnltura a ad .at..... sad ether aaact
in the church outsideof r.prr.pntln( bank prrmla _...._.-...-.-1--...__..... 1I..n.1& HO MINORS ALLOWEDNOTICE
Real MUto rn4 other than bank pramla_a,._- Nona
the walls of the building. Ct .to", .," 1I. /lIlt, to this bank .. aec.pan<.. _t-
Tor where two or three are .tending .. .... ......._..... No.. J .

gathered In my name, thereI Other ....t. ......... -... ... ........

am In the midst of them." TOTAL, AXKKTH .- .... ...... .._.. .._..__..-._ ... 1,1..11
Matthew 18:20.; LIABIUTIKSPmand
deposits of Individual. partnarchlpa, and corporation
.. -...._ . ..-__.,._, _...... I.J41.T:4
NEW PASTOR ARRIVESRev. Time and ....I".. drpoalta of /.. ...... *. partn.rhl,..
and rvrporattona .. ......... ..__.... .-. l.n'.UT.1I Notice U hereby given that on the 22ad day
A. C. Dopoalta of Unltow Ktt. Oovarnmont ..__......... ............ Nona
Russell of Tampa livpoalt of Wit and political aubdllalona ?.... ._. ............ I.Mi.!**.HD
has been assigned pastor of *poalta of f r.lc* rovarnmaata and omrlal InstltutlonL of July, A. D. 1965, at 8:00 P. M. in the Bunnell
central banka and InUrnatlonal InitltaUoaa-. .. ........ .. Nona
the Bunnell Pentecostal Holiness r>*poalt* of eommorclal bank ... _...._..._.... .. .. NonaOrtlnvd Civic Center the City Commission of Bunnell
Church. He replaces Rev. and. olTtrvr* chwka, ate .::::.:... .: : 25.157.11 ,
TOTAU ItfI"fMIln ... .....1.171.11II
Lamar Ungold who was trans. / Total demand dvpoalta '_ L f1T IIII Florida will hear comments and opinions on J. I.Townsend' .
ferred to Green Cove Springs.Rev. Ib/ Total tlm and aavlnc dcpoalt. :":.:_ iltT.I444>l

and Mrs. Russell are Frdcral* fund to rvparcha purrhaaod. and.. _aoeurltlaa. .___....,_..sold._.__ndor_..,...acramnt .-........> Nona proposed Mobile Home Site to be located
residing In the church parsonage Otb.r lUbllltlra for borrowod _".,.........._.._.. .. ..--. NonaArr
.t>t.nr.a ..cutd bjr or for account of this beak off Deen Road.
on Deen Road. Bun. and oataundlnc -- ._. -......... _.._ .... No.
nelL Olh r II.t ll1t... Includlnc I nono _., ..... and other
liens on baak prmla and other ...1 .late J .tl7TOTAU ."

UABIUTIEM .. .. s.2s.1lZsArrL / CITY OF BUNNELL
MEHODIST CHURCH -. -- -
.' AcrOI ,, I
(a) Capital not.a and de".t." ,*. Noss
VACATION SCHEDULEThe 4b) l>.f.rr'd atock-total par value .... .........__......... Nos.N. Barbara C. Smythe, City Clerk
.. ahre* outstanding.
First United Methodist (e> Common atock-tatal par value ...... _._, I H."'.."
No. .11.,.. authone4- .*.. .
Church of
Bunnell has announced No. ....,.* t.UMln.-I.H'
a vacation schedule KurMua .. ....... M44JMMTndlvtdrd
roi.. ...-=:::::m.:::::: 3:> :?
effective Sunday July 21. n...". for roiitlntenclea and other capital r.* rv........ $100 04TOTAl.

services Sunday July morning 21 thru worship Aug. 11 t*.\I'ITA drtv/t'NTl1 .... .. -......."-........ I t.l Hd l. I| SAYE-IV-MAILI| +

will be at 900. Sunday school TOTAL UAIMUTIBt* AM ('AI"ITAI. Af"lP.\"nL.. .... I.T9I'III.11

will follow at 10;00 a. m. ".:11"0'"
Average of total dopoalta for th* U e."ndar day *ndIn EARN
Refreshments will be servedIn with. rail dalo .. ......... ._.., ..... .IH.T44.11A u
the narthex of the church ..rac. or total loan for tho II calendar .day .ndln ABOVE AVERAGE \
at 8 30 [ with rail ".t. n. .. ... .. U4J.H4
: a. m. prior to the ,
morn. ....* .
Loans a* ahown In Item 7 .1A.* arc after deduction
of valuation reaerve. of ...:.._. .._-. '". M.llttlftMurltle RETURNSWe
r 6 a* shown In ".m. 1-i of "Acaeta are after
.deduction of valuation r...,.... of--...._..._._......_.....r........ None
O. F. ALFORD I Howell V I....'. raahler. of the .M..."..... bank do aolemnlr Pay Postage Both Ways
wear that thin report of rendition /. true and corrert. to tha bet

Registered of mr knowledge and('bvlltf.orrert.-.%ttr.t llawfil ,.. ......, 5.d.....,.,1ttIMl.....,...........h.5.g2d......
Real] Estate Broker Tarn K. IleldellUm *)
\\ t> aa.n :D
BunaelL Florida John A. .tfO.
.
T. Alford
- 1 Ulr J. ****!
rharlra Mr.et.r.IRI.tL E. ( real. .. :B .

HASTINGS MATTRESS ) Utate af .'0'1.... County of rtafter ..
..,..
and thla 1Mb of J. ., 141.an OffICI.
.sworn to uhrrlb "before me day U .
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS 'I I hereby r..rtlfv that t am not an officer" or director. of tW* bank.AL'DILKY ... 1)uo
710.12 Lemon St. 11 MCKNIGHT t K ssiiRsaAMoe
Palatka. Florida My Notary commlaclon Public Btate expire of. tlept riorlda It at It"Large Ofna.___of II..,Nrr us a ....b......

Phone EA 5-9166
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Furniture. Upholteriaa

Mattresses Repaired&& Boa Rennlshed Springs CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. ATLANTIC HARDWARE

Mad to Order. Also Renovated & SUPPLY CO. INC.
Call Laura Morris 417.3233 IL CRAIG. Funeral Director ,

After 8:00 P. M. JOHN CAFO. Manager
PRICES REASONABLE SEE OUR SUPPLY OF

AIR OXYGEN
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED i LADY

Jest as neaj as your CONDITIONED I AnEm>ANT EQUIPPED ACME PAINTSMOODY
Phone or Peat Office CHAPEL AMBULANCES

Drop Us a Card or Call
Free Pickup & Delivery Phone I D 7-3532 BLVD. FLACLER BEACH

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PHONE 439.2303 I
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WE MAKE ---
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Bay DirectSaveWhyPay MoreGALLONS FILL DIRT SHELL f 1iJ ON TIME


CB Bulldozer-Dump Trucks 1i1! 501 CERTIFICATES

3 LATEX 1rirK

..* *tori** BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY VOLUSIA
MINIMUM $10C>>-1O DAYSitJtTt051A1

2 Gallons I ZII RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLYBANK

Outside White DURRANCET.

OIL BASE FOR WOOD
Ph.
(774217 ITS W. Granada
Yeomans NationwidePaint AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO. Orraoad Beach. FloridaCNUICH

Factory Flayer Beach-TeL 439-2471
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iLa6.L .A8ftaHr UIaIM DIfC NAGHHL ttiskiac oft Ftofftor leant PMr. 7-TK r sett z s lu. JVLY H lea

The leNa abew.all Was w.

Tax well AT fU test )Wee' .........Iw fir bit FISHING LINE mid_:r fIl Wagt rt,+alsietr e .K t :

teat 'nMo c. Ihta, FU.- fc**. The lame Khf k the tMH By AI :seine the ) +.
.>i.hleig r spas 4isi
L&; ..ytIht a 34 .... W** HA* C. one reported c*.f..l oft the
,. : .. Tuesday afternoon while bead inning pier thta ....... 4allsaa Wet is vely feed.Jack .
tells that
ae..c w
._ I Ir
.._ at dM C..nty - -- -
the c.s.t there aft Lfge ........ et
1ft 'JCJ: tbo ....r KING FISH CAUGHT BY DAVEY SOLOMON (001114 rwswtMg elf ..... M1M
is I'rthF. Jsly K,
tho ...,...* of .. door rosier. aM arose
..ra+.- ad r .o4.ltO hut.1.. aeheeh of h..flt ruaMogcisser
thO VOlttO .,
any
.... ... ......... to shore.i ,
--"' .A..
T.+stoebs = sot s
"........ :r:: Cad FLIhIa
rat & :.....-.t.. t" "ood
.WM oball bati.. bss a.M actor food catches of tert
5. l ii. y ......' of T..... being taken near the Met
or c ed by Stns.AT .
) at -.U. Tiorlda, The rains during the past
,Wi .tJa day of J ly' A. U. (14.. week has put a lot of freshwater

x t/t 'T gt8i3AW t' In the marshes, which ..
_> In turn empties lw$ the ca.
A

8J: C. H. OOWART.X. nal.So the fishing In the area

rbakaeaa l1qler S.otb Pier of the Flagler Beach bridge

VfiOiT. Clerk S has been off. Although Walt
JMjr II aid II. tte yAr 4'f Cecil Westbrook ells us Eberhardlnger and EniftHeinrlctvt.

Y any a few drum and whiting did catch a few
LEGAL DYa.TI.a.cn + due to the muddy .
being taken bass trout and croakers using -

/s TIIR ("GI.tn.IrOG ;; n water. live shrimp, fishing sooth
cot itr riu .un tO..Tl'
FLORIDA t.O-I of the bridge.
PRORATE Jl.. MM MorUwiond nr t.o-
IN KI :*uu -r
Due to the muddy water.
( MOODY sings Fish Camp
IUpR4J ftshlnf baa been limited to a
CITATION few catches of whiting and Blngs seems to have been
TUB STATE or FLORIDA the spot to fish this week.
TO: drum.
JULIA)MOODYER (o-) Even good catches of drum
L I. MOODY and croaker being
LUO.'OAHU C MOOOT Dulls Elbow>> Flab CampMr. whiting
JAMBS A. BABBITT, JR taken from the dock.
witxjAV BABIIITT B. Roberta, Palatka. Little 9 year old Kathy
BARBARA uerrr JOH1i STRTKER+tIN! brought In S baaa ranging in Sailer Orlando brought In 10

FRANK U PILE weight 7-10 IDS; 1 drum, 1 croaker. Tom Sheridan of .Jax.
U A. YELVINOTON :
and .ll other ,*reu concerned: sheepahead. 3 drum. 2 whiting and 5
Yes are hereby noticed that Mr. .Jim Taylor lax had 7 croakers. Ernie Wyland
a petition hM b... flied la said
trout and 3 flounder using
Court praying for an Order AHtborltlor r brought In 7 sheepshead. 3
the AOmUUtrator U live shrimp, fishing near Ft drum.

Mil certain real and. personal Mat a nus. Norm dive .lax who, fishes
property belonging to MM ..> i
state at private or public sale ; ( o-l out of Sings each weekend
and you are hereby r4alr4 to Jock Oating** Fish Camp
ffl. your written defenses the r*. brough In 3 bass 7 Ibs.; 12

to tint within thirty day after th. The charter boat Tomboy, drum. 1-5 lbs 3 sheepshead.
publication or posting hereof >
and serve a copy thereof up. captained by Bubs Color using live shrimp and fishing
*n petitioners attorney, whop 4 brought In large catches of north of Blngs. The biggest
cam and address are:
LELAND a 81UW Kings. catch goes to Mr. Martin

Box mBunn /' Norman Pounds of the Nor Welsstein and Sam Good
'
ll. Florida !
If you all to do *o. Ju way bo entered U due coarse the Explorer also boated good drum croaker and whiting.
upon the petition.WITNBtid .
ray hand sad the
real or Mid Court at Fiarlor ,a eu..s...ease;
County. n rl... this IRA day
*r June U.L W !' I

County T. X.Judge)ld .II" 1 : :z

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first published or posted on
<7 Juno mi

Juno ST. tic M

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FLAbLCH fOt ITT. fLOH
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IRENE E. LACY
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TO II':r':M>
THE UTATB or FLORIDA. TO
IHKNB E. LACTwlMoo
Residence Address I
1'nknown:
You are hereby notified thata
cult ha. born filed against you
in the above entitled cause and Davcy Solomon on of Mr and Mrs. Ferris Solomon. Bun-
you are hereby required to Ho
your answer with the Clerk of nell caught a 20 pound king fish while deep sea fishing on the 1.------4.
tb4* Court, and to servo a copy In Miami !
thereof upon the plaintiff or Drift Fishing Boat. The Solomons were vacationing :
l
plaintiffs attorney whoM name Beach. I
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and address U.UAU1CICK :WAGNER ,. ." .'"" "., "- .

V. O. Drawer AA
Holly lint Florida .._- -
Mt later. than July 27. A. D..
Jtc.
U you fall to do to. Default
will be entered against you tar Since It's never in it's never out.
thesecrets ,
Learn
the relief' demanded In the Mil
*f complaint. The raturo of aM
suit being for
DIVORCEWITNESS of Each year the new cars come rolling
hand and seal
my
of said Court this Jttb day of Out with the latest frrfls.
Juno A. D. I MlE30UaE -
| M.. MOODY Wow.
Clerk of Mid Circuit Court beer cookeryFind And
each the old

lalUr Kathrya Clerk U Emerybeput' rolls out looking just the some.

Jane IT. July t. 11. II. 4t< out how to make Ho hum.

delicious everyday dishes But when the year goes by, new fads

LEGAL &U.t.RYI'IC.E with beer-such as beer soon outdate the old fads.And the hottest ...
I\ Tin nn"T' Jt '""rlNT I
... FLtl.LKH < tit \Tt.I meat loaf, beer chicken, looking car lost year Is just that: the hot-
4111111k' beer and beer ..
sausages
1/1./5 TE ,O. 553IN test-looking car last year.

SIR: IBITATR Or cake. And then there are But VW is still VW. Not
WALtON J. KINNEY. .t' a just a looking

:\. I.Nd.tTII. e: Tn ...R..oM.Tn such gourmet treats as up-to.dote, but not looking out-of-date

.1 / MtOI'N: AN I'tt dti: tied in eM rarebits and Carbonnades
either. (So you'll never have a Has-Been
ANi Ifi.:1s..r: l'IJfrA.lld" c
I mpphletw. : Flamandes.
on your hands when you want to sell it J e
: each of you are hereby ='=::*' Beer cookery is as
Instead of
notified and required to pre- wasting time making the VW
seat say ca-aims and demands traditional as yesterday...
which you. _' either of j'-. ''77'bja look better, we spend our time making It
' e> scaipat lb. estate of M as modern as tomorrow.
work better.
TTt.V J. KINNKT.. deceased. late
.f n.*ler ...u\ Klorldi to Beer adds a real flavor treat.
the Hon. T. K. McKnlcbtty ,,"_n. .. And this year there are dozens of waysIt

OMintr l4ff CourtnouM of nacler> In LF1 C.ua'tm;. .j works better. (Including one that makes

all* month Ur County from Flortda.tbo date of tt>e .ee.e.e ..... .... . .. e . .. . .. .. it work easier the automatic stick shih.In .*)

filet Barb ubfeatlon claim or of demand Ibis nottro.mast 5 5 the end, the choice is yours: pay a

tin in writing and Rust aisle In with f Stud m*
rm inttntttd rKa coating ** my big price for a of
tb* plar of residence and PftoA year glory.
.,'o address of the riahnaftaAd IfN". ",ph.t. I
Or small
a price for VW.Palatka
roust bo worn to tf the a .

claimant. his agent, .r des ate ...... ......_ ..
tarr.w I't will become rind N." ._ o, tree inn pm tla.e w......A CIoM le1dr
aotordlny to lawvredHor .
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Pa W4tta AA
JJj r arfcawW a 4j* RaWr JVtJ% 99V**I niwrs .*.* ball.. WiM"iii r/sitri !M .lydalL;. Keles- IOWA YIIIHM
seated I MM tot tfce iljtirli. Id'a team dvlM*... K...M TU
SOFT BALL NEWSWsd.w.rth dsiaatsd fag .
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in re win. De.sdie ilestInds Dr. and Mrs Oaata AteawM
Iw ......... S.S to the irtgme ton's aM Awtem Drum
By 8.<*y Tayfer Tlwraday" nlffct The" sand LawnmcyWaworth Throne. mend's team 97. .t >1rMreevihw#ti ware
t*. twins are tied tor Uw one pissed. wttfcMr }ome >Asekie pirdhee lIMts Math. wasksnd k wagueaes fit )Ir.
Mri.MIt lead Barring .4eatteam r-......ta t game will be erly released ........'' talent and MM. Lewis Green at Fla.-
the fttfaW *- and caw MS with a fat ball he 9es.ir
1enwsaa sad
1- t tween W.dswI Milimcanee He send VII game will..:. M. .. pet taw.eeryRtrhnid .....
terns VfIII be tween Mett' and Wadsworth. ahead Thai was 9....'. sccatidattempt
.gtnt. Jwty 22hi at pitching and gave
there MORe
ManaVay night will meat \'WIers at the hems
up 5 hit, walked 7 and atrack
t UK second Thee.-
same fame oa.r. Insurance
out 11 baiters.Brenda of 5fr. and MIL A. G. Br*< ey.Bspanota. ,
nt 1M Methodist nlwedefsath .
team w irVaVtfs wj ui his
Metta 19 18 iti a slag game will jiinhitily jMrrmlnr Townsend pitching were Mr. and MIs.
test. >El ene on each team tM winner 01 the mt 3 nf& IVWI. for the losing hEen.EPfUflrs1 W. S. BraM8fI at4d, cisNdeen,
V Hi a ML mend team gave up 14 hk.. Mike and Nancy. Tueson Art-
In tOte first fame M.n4ay GIRLS SOFTBALLALL walked 1 and struck out 4 sons; Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Seymour
night the Insurance team batters. of NN.bt'rry S. C; )Ir.
lipped put Metts.' Walter STARSThe Coach Jack Hardin extends and Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman
Ward lead the Insurance girls ended their regular thanks to all players for their and daughters Marcia and
team with a hamerun. softball league season cooperation and sportsmanship Lisa Aubumdale. Fla.; and
Wadsworth defeated the Tuesday tight with a 7 Inning while participating In )lr. and Mrs. Herbert Bradleyand
I Methodist 14.11 after 5 In- all star game. Myrlene the summer Softball league. children of Oak H11L


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get these once-a-year deals. Only now during

clearance, do prices on factory-fresh Fords hit
such rock bottom. Save now!


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