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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. sc ,,. 32 THURSDAY. ABfCeST 1. 1961 S3-SO A TEA !


JO ANNE WILSON BURNS GIVES COUNTY BOARD HELD DBJC TRUSTEES SCHOOL BOARD

MARCO POLOPROGRESS EQUALIZATION MEET APPROVE S4 HIRES NEWTEACHERS

The Board of County Commissioners MILLION BUDGETThe
REPORTAn
sat as a Tax Equal Board of Trustees of The School Board hired four
overflow crowd attendedthe isation Board Friday morning.
Daytona Beach Junior College new teachers at the special
Flagler Beach Taxpayers Two Bimini farmers asked .
approved a $4 million operatIng budget hearing Thursday'
Association meeting Monday fut some consideration on the
budget for the school year night
night to hear the progress re valuations of farm land.
1968.69 by a narrow margin Miss Betty Sue Darus wMteaeh
port on Marco Polo. They pointed out that most Three members voted for two high school social studies

Robert Burns. Marco Polo farmers had lost money for voted against and one abstained at Bunnell High School.
official, presented slides on the past three years and She holds A. B. degree from

the proposal for the Marco might not be able,to pay taxes The budget was about 35"1 the University of Florida and

ftih Polo Park and showed motion another year. The Board stated Increase over the past year has taught two years at Pa-
pictures of the work that Is that It could not reduce specific It was explained by the administration latka Senior High SehooL
progressing at the site. Bums parcels of land that
that most of the Mrs. Cary Holland was contracted
gave a running commentaryto might be unequally assessed. 1 Increase was for Instructional to teach In Bunnell
the slides and the They could not make a .
explain general
salaries.. However, specific In Elementary School. She holdsB.
reduction of the tax roll
Him shots. formation was not availableas S. degree from Florida
4e' "The Japanese Gardens will The farmers were advised to to who would be benefitIng State University and has

be open In the spring of 1969". have a meeting with the tax from the Increase and how taught two years at Hlllcrest
Burns said. "The waterwayshave assessor before next years tax much they would get Elementary In Daytona
all been completed and roll was prepared. Beach.
Comparative figures with
the mounds have been built A letter from a Flagler
the school Mrs. Patricia Ann
past year were requested Berry was
laid out Beach motel owner was read
up. Stakes are being
by one Trustee but hired at Carver Elementary
for the buildings now." requesting a lower valuationon he was informed the figures School.She earned B. S. degreeat

Tons and tons of huge his property.The could not be available until Bethune-Cookman College.She .

rocks have been placed In the Tax Equalization hearing a later date. Comparative figures will be a remedial teacher .
a garden scenes. Bums said they was closed without mak for administrative salaries under the E. L E. program.
are being treated to fit Into ing any changes In tax roll with other junior colleges Lawrence L. Oliver of St.

the proper "age" of the garden as presented by Tax Assessor were asked for but were not Augustine was offered the position
scenes. Donald R. Moore.EATHRTN available.Dr. of Vocational Agricul

The entire project will take STRICKLANDr. Roy Bergengren pointedout ture Instructor. lie Is completing
about three years to complete. that the budget had an his B. S. In Agriculture -

FboU br Th.. C flits When completed. Burns estimated !- August deadline so that time at University of FloridaIn
here would be about did not permit a study of the August this year. It was
LOCAL BEAUTIESVIE 1200 employees at Marco Polo. Information requested by several stated that a new agriculture

IN JAXCONTEST The meeting was conductedby Trustees. program would be organizedfor

Thomas Davock, Vice President. )lr. Charles Creal moved next )ear at Bunnell High

In the absence of President that the budget be adopted.Dr School.

Miss Flagler County contest Angus Reynolds who is William Schlldecker seconded The hearing on the school
winners Misses Jo Ann Wilson recovering from recent sur rl the motion and a roll budget was opened and there
Kathryn Strickland and gery. A business meeting' followed Fir call vote was taken. Voting was no one present to ask

Johnnie Ruth Miller, are entered the prograh.IKORRIS "yes" were Creal, Schlldecker questions or comment. Superintendent .
as contestants In the and Chairman Paul Baker James Craig announced

eighth annual Florida Crow E. STULTS Voting "no" were Morgan that a few adjust- ..
Beauty Pageant The affair Welch and L E. Wadsworth. .. menu had been made In M ..
. will be held In the Jacksonville DIES IN TAMPA III, John A. Clegg abstained tentative budget. However
Beach Coliseum Satur from voting. the total budget figure and the
day. August 31. Morris E. Stuns 74. fatherof A Budget Review Board miRage Here unchanged.

Mrs. Clifford Hlgginboth composed of School Board Upon the motion of Mrs.
MI1kon.. Miss Flagler am. Bunnell. died Friday In Member J. D. Perry man from Myrtle C. Rice, seconded by
County 1968 .Is being sponsored his home at 294 Sunset Dr. : h Flagler and several from Vo- Dave Ferryman, the budgetwas

by the Flagler County Tampa.A lusla. approved the college adopted by unanimous
of Commissioners. Miss
Board
native of Jay County. In budget at a meeting Tuesday. action of the Board.
Strickland first Is
runnenip dUna, he was a member of
sponsored by Marineland and Upon recommendation of
the Indiana liar and an accountant
Miss Miller, second runnerupis and banker for 30 STENSTROM Superintendent Craig the

sponsored by the City of years. During: his career he Board agreed' to contract the
Flagler Beach. INDORSES CHAPPELL plumbing services of Arthur
served as Chief Bank Examiner
for 13 Babbitt at the rate of $4 an
of Indiana years Bill Chapped Democrat*,
CIRCUIT JUDCEWADSWOBTH cashier of the First National r nominee In the Fourth Congressional hour and all material at cost
tN 10 for
Bank of Gainesville for seven District today received plus percent repairs at
Bunnell and Carver Schools.
ENDS years executive vice president a reaffirmation of full
of the Exchange Bank of St support and help from Doug The Superintendent announced
TRAINING Augustine for four years and Stenstrom. that the seats were
removed from the auditorium
Circuit Judge William was cashier of The Springs Stenstrom. who Is well being
Wadsworth. Bunnell. has completed State Bank In Tampa for three Piloted by Tb.o C !ISIS known In the district and who at Bunnell High
School. The would be
a month session at the years. He was a World WarI was a primary candidate for area
National College of State Trial veteran and served as Captain R. ROT SCOUTS nomination said that he wished turned Into a business education -
classroom suite.The
Judges at the University of In an Indiana National to reaffirm his total support stage
would be used for storage
area
ATTEND CAMP
Nevada Reno. Judge Wing- Guard medical detachmentHe for ChappelL."I and mimeograph room.

field Holly Hill also attend- had lost! three sons In Flagler Beach Boy Scout will support Bill In every

the military lit Lt Paul M. Troop 495 attended a six day way possible. Stenstromsaid. JOHNNIE RUTH MILLER

f'd.'I'M two seventh judicial Stults, US Army; tat Lt. Rich. camp session at Camp-La-No- "This Includes campaigning
ard L Stults, US Marine Che July 2126. Troop members whenever my schedule
circuit judges joined more Corps; and Lt. JG Max W. received first place in permits and whereverBill

than 1.000 judges nationwide Stults, US Navy Air Corp. All camp cleanliness and were feels I can be of help."
who" have been graduatedfrom
the three sons died while serving presented a flrsth place pla Stenstrom pointed out that 4
program. their country. que for camping ability. Special the Stenstrom and Chappell

Activities' of the college In. Funeral services for Mr. camp patches were awarded groups ran parallel In their
eluded! discussions of criminal Stults were held Monday afternoon to the scouts and scoutmasters thinking and that with 12 j\ .

procedure.sentencing and other at the Palma Cela of Troop 495. years of legislative experiencethere //"r,

trial and pretrial procedures Presbyterian Church with the Scoutmaster' Howard Hollen- was no candidate more -

Rev. Irvine H. Williams. Pastor bach assisted by Jack Nichols, qualified to represent the ti';
officiating. The Rev. Donald Wayne Edwards and the Rev. Fourth District than Bill Chap-
L Edwin, assisted. Interment Lester Stanton attended both pell.
ORANGE CARPETAT followed at Garden of day and night camping. activities. -

Memories Cemetery.Mr. .
COP CONVENTION JIM WILLIAMS ;
Stults Is survived by his Troop members extend their f' f c

Since Florida Is regardedas widow. Mrs. Pauline A. Stults; appreciation' to those who VISITS FLACLERJ.

orange country. It is ap- a daughter, Mrs. Clifford Hig- provided transportation to the t
propriate that the thousandsof ginbotham Bunnell; and six camp. II. (Jim Williams. Democratlc .

delegates who stroll thecenter grandchildren and two great Scouts attending were Buddy nominee for Florida k.
aisle of Convention grandchildren. Moore Grady Prather, State Senate, visited In Bun.
Hall during the Republican Bubba Hutcheson. Gerald nell Flagler Beach and Ma-

National Convention August Combs, Billy Dunson Jimmy rineland Monday. He attended .
5.9 will receive' the "orange- TIDE TABLETides Watson Jimmy Nichols. John the Flagler' Beach Tax Payers r y 1 1Phot.

carpet treatment" Wilder Craig Wilder Mark Association meeting to )
For August I.' Thomdike. Speedy Wend- hear the Marco Polo Progress .
The carpet, a :300 foot long Report as presented by Robert
landt. Britt Sheeler' and Carl
HIGH LOK'Day
strip of colorful Ludlow In.dooroutdoor Lereh. Burns.
careptlng. will AJbL P.M. AJU. P.M. Williams said he was much

be rolled out by the Florida 1 12:43: 1:30 fcS4 7:43 FIRST HOSPITALThe Impressed with the plans for
Citrus Commission as coverIng 2 1:42 2:30 7:54 8:43 the enterprise and the progress
for the middle aisle, which 3 2:43 3:36 8:54 9:54 first hospital In the already made. He commented
will be the mainstream for 4 3:54 4:42 10:00 11:00 United States was built by that it would be a
delegates moving to and from 5 5:00: 5:4 11:00 11:59 the Spanish at St Augustine tremendous asset to Flagfer

assigned areas In the huge 6 6:06: 6:42: 12:01 12:00 In 1597. according to the files County and the state of Flor
haL 7 7.06 736 12-54 1:00: of the State Board of Health. t 1a.
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EDITORIAL Ib. 39 j

COUNTRY POLITICS
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TlMve' is M oM saying which we have...* to quite true.
U, S. D. A. Choice
bedfellows.
that posKka make strange

Uwatty the November election dee net stir up much intertat.
v.w mold J Jut about take It fer gtsMed Ht the DemoeraHc lb. 4S
nemhiMS would carry the county

We aw ml sure what kind of bedftflows. will come out of
this election; but it to quite apparent bem HsteMng to people D. A.
talk that there will. be a lot of split party voting this November. '

cl cck lb. 5S
There was a time that if a 1 local ofBee' holder. were heard to STEAK
to say he planned to vote for a Republican he might as well
write his potttiea epitaph. New It has gotten to he point that a
number of local political statesmen avow to bolt their party at Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE
state and national level.

There la a lot of talk about former Governor George' Wallaceof <
Alabama M the third party candidate for president lithe PICNICS lb. 39Lean
election I were held today he probably would carry Flagler County
by a good majority Of course the election Is three months
away and thing can change after the two major parties nom
inate their candidates. .

Presently, the local picture does not look too bright for Western (CENTER CUT) Lyke's "Sugar Creek"FRANKS
former governor Leroy Collins the Democratic nominee for US
Senate. Collins was the looser to Attorney General Falrdoth PORK CHOPS
in May by a vote of 733 to 412.

On the other hand. Rep. William Chapped appears to be 'lb. 69C 12 oz. 39-
acceptable to the local people. He carried Flagler by a small Cello Pkg.
majority, but his opponent Senator Stenstrom whose conservative
philosophy was quite similar to Chappell has heartily Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2'i-2Vi. Ay,.) CUT TO ORDER
endorsed him In the general election.It .

seems to boll down to this. The country people such aa
we are In Flagler County are Just getting "fed up" with liberal 31STREAK
approaches to solving all government problems. .

They are getting "fed up" with crime violence riots marches ,

protestors, hippies, strikes, asslnations, spending programs
unbalanced budgets draft card burners and stalemate wars

They are searching for candidates who give promise of being
men-of-action who can change the trend from anarchy to I O'LEAN WHITE BACON Ib. 39cJFarm I

order. They are searching for candidates who give promise of
bringing peace by honorable means.

They are no longer going to vote party .lines.
Value 20 oz. Loaf
The answer appears to be the realignment of our major
political parties, one ronN'rvativeand the other liberal so BREAD Each 1ge SNOWDRIFT\
that the voters have a clear choice.

That realignment does not seem to be available soon. So. O'Sage No. 2V, Can
he alternative that many Flagler Countians are taking .is to For Ib.
PEACHES 'I00 3 37
support a three party split. 4 Tin

John A. Clegg
Whitehouse No. 303 Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orde

I so stupid and dumb they are APPLE SAUCE 6 For 'I00
unable to grasp the truth and
Too Late
are warts on the march of Hi-C (Ass't. Flavors) 46 oz. Can
BORDEN'S AMERICAN
To Classify progress.We are warned that If wt'don't FRUIT DRINKS 3 For 79C
stand and deliver we
srr Russell Kov can expect to see our cities Big Chief CHEESE
burned to the ground, our
Sometimes I find a bit of government destroyed our LONG RICE 4 A 49e
individual
GRAIN (12
light verse the most effective schools and colleges taken '
way to express my feelingsso over amf our leaders don't J wrapped slices) 39'
I contribute the following seem to have any answers 9 oz. Pkg.
for whatever thoughtprovoking They sit around biting their DIXIE CRYSTAL
ability U may possess. little pink fingernails, worryIng -
THE SLOTH about how many votes SUGAR
A slovenly sloth they might lose if they say FROZEN FOODS _
clung tight to his tree. this or how many votes they
Although upside down may win If they say thatIn 5 Bit 29c Swanson's BEEF CHICKEN.
He knew he was FREE. the meantime the millions TURKEY
While other varmints of hard working taxpayers TV DINNERS Ea.
Limit 1 with $5.00 food
Sought Federal Aid who are called upon to or more order 49c
Demanded their rights provide the money for work
And marched In parades without pay, authority with Frozen BAITSHRIMP
)Ir. Sloth Just hung there, out ability are left holdingthe FRESH PRODUCE 8 oz.
Content with his lot. bag. Those honest God Pic 49C
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And seldom gave life a serious fearing citizens are afraid to U. S. No. 1POTATOES
thought walk the streets afraid to call
'Sure I'm upside down he their souls their own and as 10lk' 49C
mused with glee they look over the list of aspiring OXYDOL
But the World .Is much UPSIDE politicians who seek Firm Ripe
DOWNER than me." their votes, see nothing that
With all the crazy marching Indicates aid or comfort as TOMATOES *' *
2 49c Giant
rioting civil disobedience! far as they are concerned.The .
and protests over Just about law and order' they have Crisp Iceberg Size 4?
anything and everything been trying to maintain are
throughout our world todaywe eroded day to day as lawmakers lETTUCE Each Umit 1 with
$5.00
seem to have>>t all sense courts and other 19c or more food order
of values and hate reacheda agencies do their utmost to
point where so many folks protect the criminal, the
are streaming for a guaranteed trouble maker the Indigentand
income without work agitators who can do
more authority, more control anything say anything and
whether qualified or not, the hide behind the same constitution
world truly seems to be UPSIDE that was designed to '
DOWN.It protect the honest citizens and ti'']
seems that about all our deter' the criminal
Institutions of higher learn Maybe we can return tosense ttl ( I It
fog have accomplished as far and sanity before It Is ( (I
as education U concerned is too late but the outlook Is
II
to have produced a new breedof not promising. Public apathy I I II
cats that are opposed to has permitted hate, Intolerance I I
any form of control or disc and greed to take over OPEN SUNDAYS ( I ( I Phone 437-327
pline. They<< contend that anybody and tomorrow Is an>'body's 8:00 a-nu-1:00 p.m. U.S. No, I BUNNELL
over 30 )'ears of age are gum Quantity Rights R..erYedL Prices Good
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lo the i 1:1* guard We are sort) and harmony to a n>mmunit 3ruatsR T1U1OHC TMOMaV. AUGUST 1. 19Mcfcotee
we didn't jet anyone's name Public opinion U the whip -- -
, but there waant time M you that may keep ruling tactlom I* elected com neat cal antique collector and dealM -
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TO THE leertainly Ir.pe If agtiing We lit this eieaeaiinfcty d.wet APPGW1)IZrc ........ Mid at
EDITOR. Maw thta ..*.... .. ...- appee** W a. APTOWT- .. a.Mwtn fr 1ItIII..stA hw MthAtCALLH
lei x,. we hW tkepttattty .m hs. ID oeMeri who wee date.ws4
M .... Florid* ....... at the ..... Monday. Mr rm not wy .... at tads .f .he WM MIl the ......* }HMCMI\'IU.E SHOW taw JackaaenrUltWeeswa'a -Ii
Dear Mr: bet I did watt tto thank yew cfccee, aria his appointmentmaeV Oub.
seta V Smyth lo
for eterything.Marrtre by a datoated chairnwMae
We want ta thank far
you )I. Aces a lat lam*.4ncfc action in
all you did far us when our .. ..
bucked -- aM a Mr. and Mn. Cad E. Godty the same .. ... It appears,
nOT9vfffv vk fnvv' a4 we wish t* ak is he ral- ATLANTIC HARDWARE
M4 w. Bsbeet It Bess cMH.
Inc by Me own dictators erka
You will never know what K Deer Ed:
tsteaat Ie is Ita a tWM ef need.H My this ooiumn. be ted he his a nth master bed who contfoifodby named & SUPPLY CO., INC.
+erg.rte WH 10 wedtrhtl to 1ft tM IAMfHt el peblk shw
.Mm as his successor'
us and we were. complete Communication" .la the
,"RRIf"FS" beat and quickest way to esUbttoh Do we need' ftve commUstonora Special: 8 ft. 2"x4" Cedar Studs .80 ea
Please our feelings facts and bring when only two are hi
express peaceON
co-operaHen of an expensive DISCOUNT ON PENN PAINT WHILEIT
tax-paid attorney making all
." .. . -- the rule and playing the LASTS

game by theft own' decteten MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH
fiW1l TIMECERTIFICATES Since when have two of our < '
501 commteaienefli named them- PHONE 439-2303

selves to all Important chairmanships -
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and left two of the
VOLUaMA MINIMUM suo -sa DAYS leaser matters to be handled I
COUNTY RENEWABLE' AUTOMATICALLY by the others? Previously theChal.rman FILL DIRTSHELLBulldozer
MATIOMAt of the CommlMienperformed

:BANK this duty Is a comparative Trucks
Ph. S77-H17 17S W. Granada newcomer of leas -Dump

Orraond Bach Florida than three years with no previous
BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY
experience' ( well qualified
that he alone makes all
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associate to do so, /
then the other. make a second'
and get all matters of the. municipality T. AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO.
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
settled quickly to Flagler Beach-Tel. 439-2471
their own pre-arranged plans
IL CRAIG. Funeral Director
Of course our citizens are -'
JOHN CAPO. Manager now hoping for a man of their

AIR I LADY OXYGENEQUIPPED I'I..J I-- BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS

CO.YDmOXEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT O. F. ALFORD 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Bos 657

AMBULANCESPhone Registered BUNNELL, FLORIDA

ID 7-3532 Real) Estate Broker FREE ESTIMATESBAR

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Bunnell. Florida FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERSOffice

Credenza and Adjustable Shelving

BATHROOM VANITIES-BREAKFAST BARS

Get 50% more food space Laminated Plastic Upholstery Front

FINE HARDWOODS

...and no defrosting GMST MOlt orders filled within IS working derrft. Now Serving

oil ortoa In 75 mile rod. of Bonn.lL

.- ...in a new electric refrigerator-freezer. CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night '-1$')

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says new, impartial survey.

No more messy defrosting for Blondie. Never agJin I ODe-coaapaaI salesmen trail by a .vtd percrntaga la offering

And plenty of shelf room for Dagwood's sandwiches and for fresh the same type of help.

and frozen food "specials". Survey results revealed that a rebenefits.. We represent several
ounJing JJJ* of i ode prndtnt_ strong, reliable insurance corapaics. *-
Modern No-Frost refrigerator-freezers are 50% bigger inside. i ance a nts r ve direct help We select the right insurance
tot I ,r d"nf.. w ;n abcy for you! at the best price and keep
yet fit in the same kitchen space as your old refrigerator. lid!' -.I the time of... acctyour insurance up-to-date. And
Spaafeu freezer compartments lock in food flavors and vitamins. !!I" trs t cis med :. ..11 be there to help you with alls
same unbiaicd survey the details shear you have an ac-
And never a shortage of ice cubes.
that a far lower percentage" of one cUent.T .
salesmen this LJrU nuke sure nave continwitf. -
company you
gave
See the many new models and colors (separate home freezers, too) of pcnonallCn Ce. personal attention, insure

attractively low-priced now at your appliance dealer Wr i independent agents offer car yew car and home through an
I Intufanc buyers many unique independent ajent. Call us soon.
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THERE'S NO UATCH FOR FLAGLER COUNTY

AID a dean t>FeekwilMtpastt..0ad e n I ,FLAMELESS*..ifdlep".tool ELECTRIC INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.

an etectric no-frost refrigerator-freezec:
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J-THC PtACLSR TRIBUNE TH S.. AOCTTT 1. ISM MRS. B. TAYLOR MISS nOT."F: HOME
FETED :)(JL PELL.\t.I: : AT M0MU

HOW WED IN GEORGIA There was a do *4e With-
STORK
MISS JUNE KRAN1CK tM Water
ataaa ...... 4r.. Ilsttse day celebration at
die .lor -
Peak aad "blue was Morris home. ......u last
MUfcvrwe
ad Mswwtf Patel
hone tit )III.
scheme III the Walter Mifrts and
W tactvtl a weekend
M.rrM Mr
Ray Mwesr Tuesday nuifac
in mlandy Mwrto CIt Fort
Ion
when lets Mercer sad ,... oerviMfiy p.eieestted
Strwart. Ca. .hotst .les..t d
,_rdk Buckles mNrUfridi o..wa -
<> >n birthdayMo... *
of their
THe bride to the damfcUr
\ nb a stork howr hMWiiNC Mr. and Mrs. C. Us***. SiJ daughter. Mrs. John Ellis of

w Mrs Buddy Taylor. tMS Park. Sfce attend Bun. Orlando, (joined them for the
Jruests
ames wrrr pUyd by
"wm ltd I High ...... celebration
and pruwi were "
and Her huriMMd .to the s.n of
Sfeemere
by Mrs Bobby
?.Iii Jim ,.,Mend. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ftftfeer.
Sill Eat Lambert Runnel
.
The refreshment table overlaid
Mr. Pelkwr attended BuimrilHfen
etetfc was
with a white
centered with "Mr Sterk" ad School and .is a graduate

miniature pink aIMS ***** baa of Mainland Adult High
S School
si nets.
The hostesses served tempting He .is enfteyed at Shell

refreshments to 18 vtted Service Station Bunneil.The .
newlyweds are ,*.w.
i i'W guests. toC at the Jaresc Apartments.US .

Hwy. 1. Burnett.
SURPRISE SHOWER
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COMPLIMENTSBRIDE BEACH VISITORS

;,,",,,,, ,I, ELECT Visitors at the Flagler

.. Yltiw+ ..-JJiI/II''" ,'i" ))1( Miss Catherine Stan4h. Beach home of Mr and Mrs.

:; .' Eddie Irwin are her sister and
"' August br"- I<<'t. was guest SWant
\ of honor at a surprise bridal brother In law Mr. and Mrs

shower Saturday afternoon at Horace Elliott of Columbus.

the home of Mrs. Mamie Wol- Indiana and her brother and

ski Flagler Beach. Hostesseswere sister in law Rev and Mrs. to hit the Jackpot fashionably

1 the honorees" wedding John Uttlken and daughter .speaking Then strip

attendants .Misses Donna Daphne of Graham N. C. It rich this spring with the teg-

Akins and Julie Wilkins. lest assortment of striped ion
The hostesses presentedMiss Recent houseguests of Dr. foes ever! From mini widths to

Stanish a white carnation and Mrs. Allen Reynolds at new bold strokes of color;

corsage accented with a Flagler Beach were her brother cIi fia9.YiDo powdery pales

heart when she arrived at the and sister in law, Mr. and to crisp rscasweor pin strip**;

surprise affair.Arrangements. Mrs. Kassel Lambert and stork symmetrical to racing

of brightly daughters, Gonzales, Texas random stripts this spring you

colored hibiscus: were placedat and Mrs. Reynolds mother. can dress up. down all around
vantage points throughoutthe Mrs. Nettle Lambert New or on the diagonal fine styl*.
home Iberia La. ("De way to look as fresh as

r A miniature' garden trellis' the season Itself Is la the pastel
interlaced with multicolored Mr. and Mrs. Nagi Abra stripes Lassie Jr. Has chosen

flowers and greenery formedthe ham. Flagler Beach, returned for this delicately dramatic en-
stmbl. Both the sleeveless
home Friday from vacation
for the bridal a
background
ember 1 at Our Saviour
dress and Lkrstripcd coat are
to south Florida.
MISS KRANICK centerpiece on the refreshmenttable. trip
Church, of Cocoa Beach fashioned la a COIN bonded
Miss Kranlck: Is a graduateof Suspended wedding lightweight blend that looks as
MR. } VISIT IN
ORLANDOMr.
.
bells completed the picture'
Malverne High School of great as It feels and fits-wear.
and Mrs. Frank Brede.
ENGAGED Malveme, New York and attended sque arrangement The hostesses ing after wearing. Th* strict
served refreshments' of Flagler Beach: visited in Orlando
New York University.She quality control standards set
Mr. and Mr*. Caslmlr KranJek is employed by Dr. R. II. punch and cake to twenty invited Wednesday with their by ColA International guarantee
of Merrttt bland Florid son inlaw Dr. William H
Mandus of Cocoa. guests. that: when t.o fabrics are
announce the engagement of Her fiance: Is a 1962 grad Games were' enjoyed by the Kelley. who is convalescingfrom Joined together they'll never

their daughter June Stepha- uate of Bunnell High School.He guests and prize winners were a recent Illness.Mr. separate or pull apart-m alter
nee to Walton Myrick (Mike) attended Daytona Beach Mrs. Henry Mlkulka and Miss repeated cleanings. That's

McMillan IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Junior College and Carson Stanish. and Mrs. Talmadge war your dry cleaner calls a
L. W. McMillan 110 S. Cherry Newman College Jefferson Pearce and family of Mac COIN bonded fabric the "no

S(.. BunnelL City, Tena lie Is employed by HOME FOR VISIT clenny were weekend house problem" bonded Iatdc.'Look
The wedding is to be Sep. the Florida Highway Patrol. Mrs. Hester Allison jettedto guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodger for J'J haagtcr? *h.a you'r.
Edwards and children. for
shopping stripes that
-- ----- -- Washington D. C. last weekto will

ATTENDING ROBERTSON HENRY visit her son In law and

FAMILY REUNIONMr. : WEDDING WED.. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charley .
SHAFAAT
ARMED M. D.
and Mrs. Nagi Abrahamand AUGUST 7 McCraney and chillren.

Sharon and Ralph and The marriage of Miss Rebecca Mrs. McCraney and children announces the relocation of his office as of
returned home with her and
Nancy: Wilkinson left Wednesday Robertson and Marvin
for New Kensington Pa. Wayne Henry will be solemnized will remain for two weeks' August 1, 1968 at

to attend the Mlgliorisl family Wednesday August 7 vittt. The Towers

reunion.Mr. at 7 p. m at the First United
Mr. and Mrs. Al Bruner are
2800 North Atlantic
Methodist Church Bunnell. Ave.
and Mrs. C. E. Vaughn visiting at Flagler Beach with
There' will be a reception Daytona Beach
Jr. of Jacksonville spent the afterward at the Bunnell Civic his parents.Mr. .

weekend In Bunnell visiting Center. Practice limited
to
and Mrs. O. K. Herr and Orthopaedic Surgery
her Mr. and Mrs.
parents All friends of the couple are'
Duane Deen.VISITING invited to both the ceremonyand Chuck and Debbie Sue returned Hours by appointment 677-.((086
home last Thursday froma

AT ASTOR reception. two' weeks camping and

sightseeing trip to Washing
Chuck Cowart and Jay Til- BIRTHDAYCELEBRATION
ton. D. C. and North Carolina.
ton left Tuesday for Astor to

visit their grandmother, Mrs. Lee Blakely celebrated his
Rhonda Pellicer, daughter ttBeatthe
John Lackey. Rob Cowart returned
birthday anniversary Sundayat of Mr. and )(rs. Hubert Pelli
home Tuesday after a family together at
get cer is visiting in Griffin. Ga.
spending two weeks therewith the beach home of Mr. and with her uncle and aunt,

his grandmother.Mrs. Mrs. John A ..Clegg.Joining MOM and Joann Atkinson.
the honoree for the Game"
Elise Atkinson and
family celebration were his Billy and Carol Deen and
son, SP4 Neal Atkinson returned '
wife Pearl and daughter daughters Caroline and Kathleen
home Monday from Margie; Bob Ilillman I Daytona -
visiting
of Belle Glade are' THIS WEEK
Baxley. Ga. where' they spenta Beach; Major and Mrs. his parents Mr. and Mrs. !
week visiting Mrs. Dorothy Norman Blakely and daughters I

W. W. Deen and also her parents AT
Hampton and Mrs. J J. Miles.
Beth Diane and Pamela
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig
of Veto Beach: Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. Jennie Newell and John Gegg and Karen' Mr. TWO WEEKS TRI
daughter Ginger, former Flag BAKER'S5&1OMEN'S
and Mrs. Edward Hawkins Mrs. Geneva Rodgers left
lee Beach residents now residing '
and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday for Jacksonville: for
In Clearwater, are visIting
Otis Hunter and family Mr.
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
at Flagler Beach with and Mrs. George Clegg and McCort and family and
Mrs. Myrra Knight and .
family Carol Linda Townsend
Macclenny where' she will vis
daughters. and Jay Townsend all it her son and daughter In NAIVES

of Bunnell; and Mr. and Mrs.D. law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Becky Mercer returned home P. Forsythe and family of Rodgers and family. Mrs. Rodgers .
Monday from Fairfax Va. Palatka. planned to stop over In T SHIRTS
where she visited two weeks
St Augustine to visit her
with her cousin Lee
Moody. BEACH GUESTS
nephew who" recently returned
Visiting with Mrs. Edna home from Vietnam.
Friends of Arnold (Runt) Kendall at her Flagler Beach
WHITE-S. .
M L 19ca
Wilkinson St. Johns Park summer home were Mrs. John T/Sgt J. B. Ehlenbach. USAlrfort't"
will be sorry to learn he Is a Donaldson and daughter Sue Myrtle Beach S. C.

patient at the Gainesville and Miss. Pat Thompson of spent last weekend In Bunnell

Veterans Hospital. Ills room Annapolis. )'id. visiting his sister and brotherIn MEN'S HAINES
address is: Ward A-OX: Weekend visitors at the
law Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cau
Kendall home were Mr. and ley. Sgt Ehlenbach leaves
ToIbf'rt1mbnJy of Panama Mrs. J. H. Hysler and son Arnold Sept. 1 for duty in Vietnam. UNDERSHIRTSWH1TESML
City is visiting In Bun. and Mr. and Mrs. J. L.

neil with his grandparents Weaver of Jacksonville.Miss : Miss Evelyn Van Cott, Ram.

Mr and Mrs. Bud Cauley. sey. N. J. is visiting in Bun

Patricia Rees and Kevin nell with her great-grand'
Gordon and Maxine Buckles Rees of Indianapolis. Ind. mother, Mrs. Susie Riddell and 59
and children: left today for arrived today for: two weeks her cousins Duane and Lu- .

Goldsboro., N. C. for three visit with their aunt Mrs. ellen Deem and at Flagler

"'"H'ksisit with her parents Orlln Green and their uncle Beach: with her aunt and uncle Slightly
)Ir. and Mrs. E. A. Fvtterly. Thomas Rees in BunnelL Mr. and Mrs. C O. Magee. Irregular



About OurServicemen LITTMOrAMRECIATIOII by lowing I more room for 5-THC rUlOLER TRIBUNE TR..... AUGUST 1. ISIS
turning, passing and chang -
In a letter to his parents, lag ....." the records I ran ft* before quired to have a social security
9ft John Brown, sfaltond to "TWts. a testier laat ...- I apply! number*
Vietnam with fee IB Air Seth or danfwaM* if yaw allow A. Yes sfcauM apply new A. Yea. most all typas af .
OOMfUTM HeM Fore, told them he had K m egg* margin for ****. MM lit the sMiaJ aweurtty efm employment 4Ww MW..PP Mr
AJmait Victor IUU. IU US cawed a package tram the 17.- XIikaa eeenttaved. -.c his ..... yeu IWI'CI.... social swete ity ...
AMorrv arrived torn TIM- VFW AuKtltary .... Brown yw are liiiiii for '...... e.Mlaass. It{ ire la nest d $s.or II ....4Nssp Ei
toy to spend ten days teew said he enjoyed the ... .......' If ys* overtook the ens tssrally help yoss or ywr _111u.. taw' .
with his parents )If. and Mi*. and had shared tt with his ihlHlmsl mBiiHilbilittea of aklrrlse yaw how to lit.... tty M.i.irs ......
Victor Hall. Jr. x...*. fellow airmen at the .bee. Me towing a traitor." pow surd. Q. to It true that ,.. hone
Airman Hall compM his asked that Ma appivciatia' a. I have never had a jab to be aa least 16 years oM ttH .
bale training last week at be expressed to the ladies eCVFW bidre beerose I have bees a serial security' .**?
U Mand A Ft. lie has few* Auxiliary Post 9811. He atlsnitwg wheel. toll there A. Ne. there are ate isIaUlelheA. .
assigned to Frt Camefertl.K Mid "r"'lftll' fI we lie wwh- Social Security wr. I aIR ..-e to pt tto4W as to age his' h1alMfIIC
>-. m new .....* will be: vftt. AIM. It Mews others really A p t.ttIIw ,.... Will I be re- a social. NfttIMy twwtbctt
.
NEWSQ. -- -- -- --
Airmail Victor Hall. Iii AF ewe.
laDMBTS. 04th Tartfeel W*. Silt. Brown also reported hewas
T. A. C. Fort Campbell, Ky. reee4vlsig the Ttl4esererrlay I will be 62 year oM In
..,. and enjoyed tM November 1968. I have been
hometown" M'W-I. retired for several yean but
HOME nOM KOREA: am net disabled When should

Sgt. Dean StrMcIand. who" TRAILER I'file to begin receiving benefit Vt
ha been stationed at Korea at age fit? .t
with the US Army the part 14 SAFETY T1FSPrompted A. You should fife August .
1968. three month before I
months arrived helM Tuesday by the popularity you
eligible for benefit
are payments
of vacationing with trader
Set. Strkkland 1* vslsMg ; ThIs allows the local
In Florida, the Florida Highway
1 his parent at Flatter By The Patrol today gave motorists district office sufficient time.
J Sea Trailer Park. Flatter some safe towing tlpa.C..I to process your claim and insure
I BHriI.I H. N. Klrkman. Director that your first check arrives
on time.
of Department of
I One of ev-r local reader Public Safety said "In the Q. I am already over age .
68 but still working full time.
eomposed the following
poem past five years the State has
I plan to rake at the end of
and gave It u* for pubHea- seen a substantial growth In
Won in our servicemen column 1. the number of trailers used the year Should I wait" until
: January 1969 to file. for benefits
for summertime travel and
?
When we hear about the recreation. Drivers should be .
,. .
A. You should file your --.s.-. .... 9"M.
Vietnam War. aware of the special driving ho.
claim on October 1968. That .11' .
Most of u* think its just problem that come with
something to Ignore.Yet pulling trailers." way we can have your first Hundreds of thousands of men and women and
our worrying and fear The Patrol recommended check to you on February 3, whole families bare adopted jogging as one of the
1960. Otherwise if we have
really begin using a strong frame or axle most effective ways to Improve their ph'Slca111tntss,
difficulty processing
When it concern our family" mounted hitch. State law requires any your and to lose weight
claim your check may be delayed
and friend safety chains from the- Jogging requires no equipment and can even be done
I don't know how to end trailer to the towing, vehicleto
Q. I will be 63 in 3 months.I "in place" right In the home. The Quaker Oats Com-'
it or what, to do. restrain the trailer if the
do not have a birth ccrtifi pany,national sponsor of all physical fitness programs
But I have a suggestion hitch should fail. Turn signal
cate. I have secured some documents cf the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States
for me and you- *, tailllghts and brake
Let' all say a prayer lights should be checked to showing my age and (AAU),recommends jogging as part of physical fitness

to God tonight see that they are working am attempting to get more and welch -1os1nc. programs _
Should I wait until I have all -- -
That He may keep our men properly.
safe in His might. Kirkman said "When tow-
Then some day soon this war Ing a trailer always remember
will' be over and won. your extra weight and allow
So peace on earth by His ample stopping distance. Also
Grace can be don remember your extra length August Clearance SaleBEGINS



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Ii i I SHIFTS


PANT DRESSES


SKIRTS 33/3



DRESSES


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SWIM PANTS SUITS off







DUSTERSo- SLEEP COATS 99


SUMMER ROBES






Instead of a second car HATS JEWELRY/ off


pet a second house. DRASTICALLY REDUCED \ O


Its not as expensive as it sounds. Thera's

to land to buy.No real- statt taxes to pay.

Y.l you can own a hunting lodge in the moun One Group HANDBAGSShorts

toins. Or a cottoga at the beach. And yon 299EACH

won't need a car to get you thert. & Tops Reduced to GO I
All you need Is a Volkswagen Campmobite

which as houses go,is rather unusual.goes.

But most people buy the Compmobile for

what it comas with.Kitchen including sink icebox

,and water pump.Dining table. Bedroom EARLY BIRD SPECIALS !
enough for two adults and two kids.Octets.


Screens.Add the Curtains.optional pep-up top and tent and Each day from 9 a. m. to 10 a. m. only,

J3189 the cost* of this horoe-owoy.from-home i is there will be fantastic "Early Bird" SPECIALSBe

lots of people pay that"much for a cor.And i
some pay that much for a vocation. ; an "EARLY BIRD" and SAVE !

But very few pay thot Kttte f for a. house.

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Boyer Volkswagen -=-

DOOR TO POST OFFICE
111 S. Highway No. 19 NEXT BUNNELL, FLORIDA

STORE HOURS 9:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. DAILY





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w._- .-.
BIRTHDAY DATA beth Tldwe, r ,.aarltor Bt-Oll h. -THE PLACUR TRfftVNC 7l Mw AUGURY 1, lilt
Harold Lee Klagler Beach:
Would YouBELIEVE I Happy birthday this week to: .
Shafts Bunnell. ElizAatk
GUyanl ;
' lion personnel who provideexceptional CALENDAROF
TMjr: Kevin Leroy Denser MUr, Russell Ken. ctsssoassr aswicv.
Rvth Rirha. rsrtk ....... c xmse.D'U EVENTS
*. of
A "Cole M| tai>
It Msplaasd to mote Friday Umlla C. "",, tW. CUflmid ,1Mgss. Cars" regularly travels across Mzad.T AtIpIt *
.s9R.. 31. M JHH ... Cam ....... ..., ,hPl...... Lteii the oHintry ssoppsnc at strviop4UUOM. Flsiirt COMMIT Rosen ot
7 : ........-AIn ...... Mark8aarapMee Q nts Mar Cannon Orville Bach "Mgatsy) CaMM CimMlisHii -a at 9ma.
Deeswr. Raymond Mount.JAMB9 a worn fan .belt Award m. Hi tfc.* Russell Cs+rithoses. -

R. GIll. Charlie pIau'n. are "II ..... .... .
THIN TEAM A&O ..... RGfCRTSON ..... Antis the C-a.)

Js14s Day WH ......... Man y-D. F. PwtM Hr)1eoh.. Wt and sib is resale _.. City Csmrwi t+slsui
pruUfll of tM BunneltKetty. Liens Martha 7'k Dean WlfieTW4 SERVICE STATION Ie, muting ..t T:3R p. m. \
CNh. Other oeers ....aw 4-e-)
.y-Vernk* L Lev- AWARD WINNERA Tues4ay.A1MJUStl
were Leonard Meecty. Jty DROWNING THIRD
!lane, Swswt tt99f 4116 regular
and Fred Fruits vicepee.edents special" award was presented Way
; Howard Taylor. Wednesday Carefe Ann h..... RAbertsen. wMM Drowning has been Ftsttda's. meeting. .
secretary; L. .... Church treasurer Vavrtk, Jim Traeey. Debbie employed" at Hannah's Shell third leading eawse of accidental (..0WedDHdcry. -)
George Moody. lion tamer Ruth Goodwin.' Mary 1Ma_. Service Station in Ornwnd death fw year, says August 7
; George WtekHne tatHwfeter Brach at 1-96 and S R. M. the State Board of Wealth Boy Scout Troop 472.. .
; Robert Cook and Ref Os- HOSPITAL NOTESADJrIJTI'B The award, a plaque bear- -- -

tees d crtsrs. Ing two rare silver dollars,
): Luia Bradley,
(-0-) Bunnell; Cecil Thaeker. Flag two Kennedy half-deiter. and BARNES SEA FOODOPEN
Howard Tay- a tfeeiatly minted commemorative
County Agent her Beach Clifford Dod en.Bunnell .
ler had completed a surveyof : Huey Shellman Bunnell coin set in an automotive : ALL SUMMER
unharvested potatoes in ; Linda Quantz Flagler engine design was
Flagler County and found Beach; Woodrow Weldon San presented' for exceptional customer THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY
that 938 acres of the 5,161 Mateo; Mary Cannon. Bun service by a representative FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
acres planted in 1958 were MIl: Orville Decker Flagler of The Gates Rubber

left In the ground. The reason Beach; Raymond<< Monroe Company GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
for not harvesting the club Bunneil; Ru4ha Mae Stokes, The Denver-based rubber
was lack of demand and extremely Bunnell. Julia Lovelace, Bun company sponsors a nation
low prices. nell Hazel Williams. Bunnell.: wide contest t now in Its 36th SPECIAL '
(-0-) Leslie Pache, Bunnell Eliza yeah to reward service sta.
Southern Fried ChickenWith
The proposed school budgetfor l
1958.59 was set at 476.978.
Homemade Biscuits and Honey
00. about $28.000 more than

fore.the budget The greatest for" the Increase year be in | SAVEBYMAILI] All You Can Eat $1.50

the budget over the previous

year. was $39,000 for instruction EARN Homemade Clam Chowder
u .
(-0-) ABOVE AVERAGE

The Flagler Beach CHy RETURNS N-\ FRESH SEA FOOD fRESH fISH
Commission signed a contractfor
the sale of the Flagler CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS
Beach marshland to Flagler We Pay Postage Both Way

Harbors Inc. The contract FROG LEGS VEAL CUTLETSCOME
....r .
a..tr. rd.r
t.r. .r k. s..w r w.r
called for the sale of :300acres

for 80000.00 A J3.000 AS YOU ARE
down payment was to be paid
by Flagler Harbors Inc. to the PARTIES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS
town upon delivery of the eS
PHONE 829-8498 or 829-3485
deed by the town.0 _

(- -) .D..+w.D.,...." South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwv 1
20 TEARS AGO 230 5. ....t.s/. At Moultrie-Sign on right I


The newest business estab- StANCM OMICfc"N..K.fN.NsrULot.1MS..1

Usment In Bunnell was a shoe
repair shop. II R. Carter of "
Daytona Beach opened the w
hop in the new building recently Yttix
erected In the John > 7.,., ...-...'....'.,......-... "" ... ..... i. .. -
Rice block. l' .
t.N MI.. : a _
t M .. z -
..
(-0-) '" .-.1 '
...
--. ..
A new ordinance adoptedby "'
the Town of Bunnell restricted + wjkc
: fowl and livestock
within the town's limit The
commissioners had received" Vs
numerous complaints from
residents concerning keeping .
of poultry and animalsin 'S'

town ,4 _
(-0-) T
THIRTY TEARS AGO .
.,
Preliminary survey for In
stalatlon of rural electrical
lines In Flagler County hadbeen
made and It appeared
there was definite possibilitythe W
lines would be constructed.
The line was to be built
from Bunnell west along State
Road 28 to Water Oak canal.a .ta9
.
branch line being run to I .
Slack Point Also a line from S. ; S
Thompson's Comer to Orange '
Hammock and to Cody's Store : k4
in Haw Creek ;

('0-t

J. R. Norfleet, vocational ag
rlculture teacher accompaniedby
Ed Pelllcer Martin Hard-
Ing and Frank Burnsed visited a
the experiment station at
the University of Florida.
(0-) Ir

FORTY TEARS AGO -
dots
The general county millage
\\asllE't at 35 mills or a reduction
of seven and a half from
lat >ear, In order to bring
about their reduction the
beard deemed It advisable to
ettt off the road and bridge O
tend and interest and sinking
fund Millage in Haw Creekreed
and bridge fund was O 0 O
Miwd from 11 to 14 mills
to wy off bonds of that dstrtet .
due next year and Shell
Muff tend was raised from
liS to 30 for the same pwrained >
The" state millage had ..... St Oft I.".
pose.
been from 7* to 9 See your Chevrolet dealer. Hell give you Power Steering.! Also on popular V'8's, and

mliis aM taw istie ...... sound, straight year-end savings on any automatics on big Chevrolet and Chevelles. a_ .
a e had been made in these worth For example
d'otrklsBurnell 73 H; Haw Cheyrole t-a car owning. : You get the biggest

Creek 68 S.: Shell Bluff. 71 H; special savings on Power Disc Brakes and yearend savings just where you'd expect to.
and Flagler Beach 90,.







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SllUIPF BDMOMtONATTtNM DILk' appl/eattsts and \\111 7-riteFMeMT >rL oisa rfeao>!ts rrv s., JiooaaT 1. > t

ors r tae IICIIIooI 01Of" .
fOUVBMTKMI & --
,... ...
aria ... ....... Ardent .. FWN JMVCKJW
Flagler .11 p. a.YAC .... ....
Edmoneon'ounty ttiislt P. A. ::- ""- ,. app.lsd .. PM ......
attended the SB*
MEWS t. are l. tits Vousla11 : .
a
annual membessitlp ..ria -
conference ef the Flor TAC )ISMri.M'P
.yJ.\ ida Sheriffs Aaaortetten July ...... _. ...tsbed tar ai Ia11Mt1 MIl
13.36 at Fort Lauderdale. Mrs.Edmonenn wll/slt bs.ludes $46 alrsady ......, ..IC...." are ..... must sign III'ltsr6y.A .
.tor tt ifwsiman clam. .lord twtas* ActIon Club
Sermon him pla tat slI admiimon foe nd. thaws .
Weekly on the trip. accompanied. _.. ........ tse..1 programmhtl 1M.".. li.llrning Friday.

H,v. Ottver F. Toftec PosterfeHtnetl Duval County Mwrtff Dale aM aN.r for final AugtasR 2 there will be dancing "/ will he a earn* Psi.day. -
M+Mod M OHHCO Carson JacfcaesnriU. *. paean tlte re.lstratlew At fiurt 22. and games lor 1'A(' rrrmNTS August 30 wtrkfurnlnhed als.ie
"keynote adovm. Car** fMfee Lest tai ... UM students at tip Flakier) Brarh in a band.BINGO .
AN EXAMPLE
on eoasniideted c ty-fitinty verse embed 1hi the _Jeep --- -
Recently I heard a mac ex.MMnnni law enforcement.' dhstew ....... as the
..&....f Bttbttcftv in nUtanwhstesome The ErfmomlMM spent thewelcend sehesi III ails H4 sciences.Betooa .
and volar at Tamps where > eO and 3966! will 8:00: P. M.

......... whichprofanity. enc+empsseed. they attended a dinner. tut eawsti this fall tf growth JIM'
the realm of IR4In'Re) and former (;OWfftOr George Wal dftHons by the DWC staff ate FREE REFRESHMENTSTONIGHT
TWs Is an .H too lace before retumlncREGISTRATIONS horns.DRJC ........

c"orrnen IMWMt let ttw world.Soeoeftew Of the present group al- (Thursday)

peeple tI8IMW'd a meat 360 rank hi the offer FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL
sense of vkilHy and manhood RPot-hHtl .r their high seheoi
to an ability to use vulgarity classes based pa the Busier -SPONSORED BY-
fee wheat they feel. to a proper 816 local high school graduates P'leUtlllftt Teets.I Disabled American VeteransJim
occasion. However let me say already have completed
that when an Individual hasa Booe Chapter No. 86
relationship with I
proper NO MINORS ALLOWED
God It becomes Impossible to

snow disrespect for God by o a II s II COUPON DaVBHBBglslLimit
using the Lord's name in vain.
This does not discount a after you see ( 1 Coupon Per Plae'r)

need for strong and decisive your doctor. BRING THIS AD AND RECEIVE ONE (1) FREE
language at times but this
CARD-GOOD FOR 20 REGULAR
can be done without profaning ""
the name of the Lord. bring yourprescription BINGO GAMES FOR THE

Some years ago I had a sergeant
In the Army who wasa r ; t toe
Christian. He was most ef- [ ; ANNIVERSARY BiNGO
flcient In his Job. He had a e
tremendous ability to expresshis .4
dislike when" we failed to IfftUq
come up to expectations, but PARTYON
he expressed himself using Pro"lIlonallldg.
anything stronger than mild
slang. He was a man among AUGUST 8, 1968CHUICH

men and his manhood was
-
-
never In questloa

The youth of today look to
the adults as examples. If
you are a Christian ask yourself
about example you s
are setting. "In your teaching aJ

you must show Integrityand
high principle, and use r S et
wholesome speech to which"

none can take exception. '
'
Titus 2:7 (NEV>

BROOKS PREACHES

AT BEACH r _*

Reverend T. Shelton Brooks wi.
will fill the pulpit of Flagler
Beach Memorial Church for
the next two Sundays during
the absence of Reverend R-
i.a i.c i..
W. Dickert. pastor.

GEORGE JAROSZ. JRL


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George A. Jarosz. Jr. Bwi-
nell has completed a course r' "
dCfl++ efi, A 'KV
in electronics at Daytona
Beach Junior College' Mary

Karl division.A .
graduate of Bunneil Hlffh
School he was awarded the ,
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1966 Country Cub scholarship.He 5 1 jf y
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

George A. Jarosa, Ifwy. WO.BunnelL :y''tf

George Is now employedwith f
Fairchild Aircraft St.

Augustine.
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HASTINGS MATTRESS 'k
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& UPHOLSTRY WORKS 1'f

710-12 Lemon St
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Palatka, Florida -
Phone EA 5-9166 ;

furniture. Upbolterla
Repaired & Refinished

Mattresses & Box Springs ; '
Mod to Order. Also Renovated + 'lA e

Call Laura Morris 437-32U i,'' a j p a ,lG 4 v ww'fi
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Alter 1:00 P. M. r

PRICES REASONABLE : ,
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED

Jut as near as your
Phane or Post Office
Drop Us a Card or Call

Free Pickup & Delivery

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OUR OWN PAINTBay

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FLMLB TBfftVNC THMfc. AMW0T 1. WW MCNLVA TOWMKNB -1 Ma... CLASSFIED

in tile event.Nesada .
FISHING LINE Mete Wlkmc and Marvin ADVERTISING
was a these dMf
MMcfcetl. lax. 3 .bM, 6 man,
By Al Zamfc winner in the 1f_rtkust Fisr
SEFTK TANK cleaning ...
grave. 2 tnwt and 3 fomd ;
Ida Girls Csaisr ace at Joeksonville
Wtllattl! ......... Jax. 2 large HeMs bttlalM; BeiaRetetsnail
trout 6 imayfff which tuaaltd her Ieromp.t. ..... eaMMMe ..tsc&
mangrove 4 In toe District Juator '
Mr awl MIL Jai n Mam, Call George Jarosc, .34W
Olympics at Cktarwater Jwiy
81tfBREEZE
moM Jax. landed 16 aaaort
13. Entered h* three event at
ed tl..
he district eomptltrton, she TROPIC NURSERY
( oFlogltr -) placed in all three-sceondl lathe Let us help beautify Flagter

Btodi Tier' standing long jump. : sec Large variety of evergreens -

Cecil Westorook tolls us ond In the 449'relay: and palms, hedge plalt .

large eatehes of whiting and fourth in the running. tong Sib miles' S of Bannell OB

drum are being taken. Catches jump. U. S. 1. Feb.>> IS-tic

are of good Mae and large Repossessed 1967 Singer Sew

amounts of flsh are being ing Machine, zlg lags built-
caught, using live shrimp oree GOLF in buttonholer, decorative

(-0.) LEAGUE TIED stitch: etc. Wanted someonein
Jack Genoog's Fish Camp this area to finish 5 pay

ments at $10.15 or cash balance .
Harry Itr rrit. from Gaines The Walter! Morris and Ira
Foster teams are tied for first of $43.60. Guarantee still
Blags Fish Camp vile while fishing out ofJade'
Can be seen and tried
., brought In 19 amber place In the Ocean Palm good.
Rings has certainly been Jack. Jack tells us the kingsare Country Club Thursday Golf out in this area. For more in

the fishing spot the last fewweeks. not hitting off shore but League formation. write Mr. Parker
Fishing from the dock. 4 Box 393 Deland Florida.
there have been good catches Morris team members are
Mr. and Mrs. Clover and Mr. July 4, TFC
of cobia. Danny Johnston Cook Neely and Knight. Foster

and Mrs. Tlmmons, Jax. Bunn l1. brought In 20 good team players are Adams FOR SALE. Rent or Leue2

brought in 40 Ash whiting, sized cobia fishing out of Ma Whltaker. Robertson and Gee. bedroom, Florida room.
croakers drum. Some of theregulars BRENDATOWNSENDRANKS
tanzas Inlet. George Allen had a low net beach house with carport. Ph.
at Bangs Mr. and (0.) FOURTH Thursday night with 32. 4373472. Mu. 7-TPC
, Mrs. Wait Mr. and Mrs.Been _
Jax. brought In 34 as. Devil's Elbow Fish CampT. IN JR. OLYMPICS FOR SALE-Four adjoining

sorted fish sheepshead, whiting A. Eatman tells us that "Brenda Townsend, Bunnell Grouper should always be lots comer of Flagler Avenue

drum and mangrove there are fair catches of drum. High School senior, ranked skinned before serving because and 6th SL, Flagler' Beach.

snapper. sheepshead. and flounder being fourth In the running long- the skin Is tough and $3500. Call: Mrs. Margaret

Mr. and Mrs. Norm dive.Jax. taken. Mr. and Mrs. Krt I, lump competition at the Regional strong-fiavored according to Givens Tel. 4392033.: 7-25-4tc

3 bass avg. 8 lbs.. 4 lax brought In 42 drum and Junior Olympics July 20 Ron Schilling of Riverside FOR SALE-6x9 oval greenIt

drum avg. 3 lbs. whiting, using live shrimp. at Miami. Brenda was the Villas In Homosassa. Florida. gold nylon rug with small

matching rug. Both 1 yr. old.

Moving will sell cheap. TeL

439-2071 Aug. 1. Itp.

FOR SALE--55 cal drum and

stand. Johnny's Body Shop
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Bunnell. Aug. 1. Itp

FOR SALE-14 ft. fiberglass

See the fishing boat and trailer-9.2

light Evinrude motor. Telephone

437-3207 Aug. 1, Itp.German .

Shepherd puppies 5

weeks old. females, $25.00 and

males $30.00. A.1 Auto

Save the loot Parts Favorita. Phone 437
3813 or 437-3433 Aug. 1, lie.


FOR SALE-Large floor fan

for office, shop or home, $2S.!
Phone 4392317. Aug. 1. Itc
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= f Man or Woman to succeed
Rawleigh Dealer In W. Hag

t ler Co. or Bunnell. Over 23

I .1 preferred and car necessaryCan
rtl earn $125 and up per

week from start. Write Raw

Leigh FLH-360-1143 Memphis,

,wr.rlsl W Tenn. 38102.( Aug. 1, 8. 2tp.
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; MICHAKt/U HOPWOOD
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\TTH"t: TU fEYr. tl.
THE TATE OF KU'RIUA. TO
MICHAEL U HOI"WOOD
(41 UM LADS4Irminsham.
Ala.
4'r Tow sr. h.rbr notlfl.4 that a
suit h>. bees Sl. I la the above ntltl4 cati..: .".
rr you arc hereby rqulrr to Sl.
your .....r with th. Clerk of
this Court. and to "rr a copy
throf upon th. pUlatiff or
pia/stIff..ttors.y. who** sam.
and . UAUKICB WAGNER
P. O. I>r.w.r AA
Holly lUlL FlorM
not later than AfOCUT IT A. D.,
1X1.If.
you fall J. 4o -. IVfaalt
will bo .Bt. forth
you
Ford 'i rvll.f ...... agalint tho bill
tang Onry now. during of lr.r IaInL for Tko atHro of taM

your Ford DtalsrsCJaaranca DIVORCE
Our "Ms have to gol WI Vt got the Sal do WITNESS: my hand and Mat
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.f Court this uth day .'
cars, you get thiss once-a.y.ar prices Nt such .It".Y ... I)0 un.GEORGE.

deals on factory-frtsh Fords. rock bottom Com in. CUrb of said if. VOODT Circuit

come save. Court
(Official Mai
Bye/ Jolla R IUnr.y
Deputy l.'uk
July II. Itc.tgOAU .
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ADTEJITI1EMEHT

i l. e-OI 5TT Jt IMifTH COIIITru
rLAGLt ('01$T", ni.IM .
l. 114
THOBATK ... oat
In It.: Rutat Of
CHESTER EARL BREECC.TO .
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OTIn. l REnl..R,
All creditor .I'llCiTTER
EARL BItEE<'E. who .l4o. 1$
July un whll a ".I *II' of
riacUr ('oullt,., Florida aro notlft -
.4 that th.y aro o.ulr4 to
Sl. aay d.l... or 4.maa4,* that
they nay hao aralnn hit ...
tat. In th. om. of th. County
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Judge of rUUr County riorl4 -
.. In tho CowrthowM .t Bun-
MIL Florida, within fix at>a>
dar month from tho d.t. of th
i fast
We mean business..they're going lint puMteatton of lids nolle
Bath claim or ....... muct be
hi wrUlnr and Mod In duplteat,
! and must Mato the pUco of .
r* >
*....... and ***-. *** addr... i>f
tho ffalmaat and bo .worn to by
I tha cteimABt.tII ar at or huattornvy.
or will b* omo void
I smrding to law
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I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. Bunnell, Florida CII:/..lIrr IKKXU.' :'fc L.at BREECEFlrrt t F E

rwWioatlo 1 Au -. 1MI
Aug. I. $. IS 21

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