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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 8, 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 )
 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the 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. M. NO. 33 THURSDAY. A9GVST _. 19M JUG A TEAIq \


BOARD SIGNS LOCAL FARMERS HARVEST CATFISH

PLANNINGCONTRACT School Board In

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The Board of CcuMy 0..-

misslonen signed a tsni>att Major Policy Moves

with, Mel Conner \rr seta.**.

Inc for the Bounty-wide .....

nine study which is to he ..c.t"Ctmlhhul --- The School .Board. In M aM

in conjunatton day session Tuesday. adopted

with the Cfcy of Sunni Pfi- PIER RESTAURANT six out: of seven major psiis3'.

nine swrvey. This. action WM COOLING STUDIEDThe changes recommended .IMF

taken at the regular beard Superintendent James O.

meeting heM Monday. Flatter Beach City Commission Craig. The seventh pasttten

L E. Wadsworth presidentof / agreed to get cert was held over for revision.
the Chamber of Commerce: figures for installing and operating
Upper elementary grades
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air conditioning' in
Al Jones Secretary; TomLeftssen. (S. 6. 7, 8 m .t all three schools'
Community Development the Ftag4er Beach Pier Restaurant
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will/ be semi-depart mentatte-"
: A written I't"qUf'I5t'H
Chairman: and Committeeman -
ft ed. This will allow teachers
Bill Lenssen were allpresent .. submitted by Mrs. Mae Wet to teach largely In the fields
to present' the chamber brook who leases the restaurant
of their best talents.This .
budget to the County from the City Motion
will provide an expanded
Board. They presented<< a request '- was made by CommissionerMax
for $2500, the same as C- Porte and seconded by elementary school a tFlagler .
Beach with an additional
this year to be applied to the Commissioner Rufus Miller. .
teacher who will
specialize
1968-68 budget for Chamber Carl M. Fremaux, managerof In remedial teaching.

Commerce activities.L Southern Bell TelephoneCo. Grades 7 and 8 have been

E. Wadsworth made a appeared before the Commission added to the Flagler Beach

personal' guarantee of the to explain service School.

Chamber raising the $1000 for -c .." ".. .",,- available for toll free telephones
Eighth grade students who
the community study pro Kinney left, and Weeks weighing tubfull of the channel to Daytona Beach. He last started In the marchIng .

gram. The Board tentatively cat ft h. Additional photos on page 5. explained that the basic rate year band at Bunnell High
approved the Chamber budget would be Increased from $175
School will be given the option
request for next year. Last September, W. W culture, which included a tripto to $ .65 per month.It as to which school they

County Agent Don Jordan Weeks and Walton M KInney Auburn jlnlverslty In Alabama was pointed out that there enroll

appeared before the Board to stocked a 10 acre lake with where scientists have are now 478 telephones In The grading policies In all

present the arrangement 25,000 tiny fingerling channel been working! wtth fish and Flagler Beach. Fremaux stated schools will be adapted Co the

whereby, Mrs. Essie Thomp- catfish. Now, ten months andseveral fish production for several that In his opinion 75 percent level of study so as to reflect

son Putnam County Home tons of feed later they years. of telephone users wouldbe the progress and achievementIn
Demonstration wouldbe better off serviceat
Agent to keep
are harvesting large catfish Among the oddities they each graded subject and
available for twoda'S it Is .
one or now provided.A
weighing up to three pounds have encountered are that activity. National standardized
service each month In submittedby
written
each. about ten percent of their catfish request tests will be used to verify
Flagler County. Jordan ex Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chalice the where
have been albinos. These' grading program
plalned that Mrs Thompson The pair became InterestedIn and Mr. and Mrs. V. Rugg to applicable.Two .
nah white In color
would, work with women on the catfish farming business are pure have a street closed was re
foods, nutrition home man. when they heard there and have pink eyes, whereas fused by a vote of three to types of diplomas were
and assist In 4.11 their brothers and sisters are approved for Issuance to high
agement of this
shortage
was tasty almost black and fcaye dark two.Grady school graduates. The regular
t dub work ....
?" tttb; priced \artety -. --' Prathet submitted a dipoasaw111 be awarded to
Jordan said there would be eyes. request' to purchase Lots 1

no cost to Flagler County. This The two Bunnell farmers. Both Weeks and Kinney say thru 9, Block 59, Moody Subdivision student who meet minimum.
state with
service will probably begin in also cooperators' with the that the venture has been extremely from the City of requirements passIng

September. Flagler Soil and Water Conservation Interesting and good Flagler Beach for the sum of grades.
The advanced diploma will
Richard Miller requestedthe District were assisted experience and that they may $3000. lie also, requested that be based minimum of
a
Board to Issue him a franchise In their venture by T. W do It again. However, they refuse certain dty..J't'dS be vacated. credits upon with tT
seven aW'f'ace
to pickup garbage in Robinson U. S. Soil Conservation to comment when asked After some discussion with In ftf'lds.of math science
,
Flagler County, excluding Service. They also did lithe business has really been Prather as to his plans for the foreign language, social science

Bunnell and Flagler Beach. considerable research on fish very profitable this point. use of the property, It was decided and English In grades
.
He stated that he is now
operating to table the propositionfor
11 and 12. Grade will be verifiable
in northeast Flagler BUNNELL AGREESTO PEARCE DIES more detailed study. by Florida State

and Espanola. Since therewas The budget for 1968.69 was Achievement Tests which all
some question of the ADDITIONAL IN PALATKA
read. A public hearing wasset students must take.
legality of Issuing a franchise 15th.A .
for August Students will be promotedto
Leland Shaw SKEETER FOGGINGBunnell Services for former State
County Attorney ordinance which
city high school (ninth grade)
Senator Pa.
B. C. Pearce 73
asked to the matter
was study Commissioners would 30 franchise .
City latka. who died Friday wereheld grant a year only after meeting certain requirements
and report at the next meet- to Coastal Cable TV Inc
night to ,
agreed Monday step- Monday at St. Marks In language arts
Ing.A up mosquito fogging operations Episcopal Church Palatka. was read. A public hearing particularly reading. Students
letter' from the Florida
from the current four was set for August 15. not meeting minimum requirements .
East Coast Railway was Pearce: served two terms In
days a week to seven days a The Flagler Beach Taxpayers will be placed In
read to the Board to the effect the House of Representativesand
Association submitted
week The a
dally fogging a remedial program until they
that the FEC denied the request schedule will remain in effect > years In the Florida request' that parking be permitted are capable of doing high
of the Board for Senate. He chairman of
County was the west side of the
the duration of the season. on school work.
an easement on a street to be the influential Finance Com and that the sidewalk .
The commission also: city park An ungraded primary program
constructed on the west side Took no action on the request mittee and was recognized allover be repaved. The city attorney was authorized IA all

of the track In Espanola. They of Mrs. A. F. Tucker to the state as an expert on pointed out that all schools. This program will
explained that they did not state finances and taxation.
construct new homes on parking was prohibited by group students according to
have sufficient right of way 50x100 lots within the city Pearce was a potato and state law.S. achievement levels. Students

In that area to grant an ease limits. A city ordinance cabbage grower In the East B. 1531 states -all of wtl be allowed to learn and

ment.A adopted in 1957 regulates Palatka area. Most of the Block 8. Moody Subdivision progress according to their
hearing was held on therequest farmers In Flagler County will be forever abilities.
construction on lots containing kept as a pub.
of Allen Lands Ins., to less than 10.000 sq. feet considered him a friend In lie park" prohibited for The schools were to be Identified

have three small subdivisions Granted permission to Bun the Legislature. When Senator using any part for municipal as follows: The Flagler
in southwest Bunnell vacated. Pearce ran for the senate distract Unified School
nell Lions Club President Don or private parking. County Systemwill
Since there was no objectionto Jordan to have the September Including Flagler Countyhe Mr., J. W. Green stated that be composed' of, Bunnell

the proposal of vacating Lions Club fishing tournament carried this county by a this should not apply since Elementary School No. 1.
and since the of Bunnell
City
at Lake Lucille In frontof large majority. the west side had been usedas Bunnell Elementary SchoolNo.
had already approved this action CIty Hall. Graveside services were conducted a parking area for the past 2 <(
the Board approved with Heard County School Supt. by Palatka Lodge No. 43 years. The matter was tabled Carver), Flagler Beach Elementary
out discussion. 34 F&AM at Oak Hill Cem School and Bunnell
James for further study.
O.
Clerk George M. Moodywas Craig report on vandalism *
authorized to advertisefor at Carver Junior High etery. A letter from the FlaglerChamber High School.
of Commerce These policies were recommended
School. Craig told the com was
bids for fuel and lumber
gas
mission property damage at East Hwy. 100 to extend the read explaining their plans to by SuperintendentJames
for the next fiscal
year. city water mains to theirl'Opf'rty. erect billboard O. Craig. Mrs. Myrtle
The Board agreed to the school, which Included a sign near the
a contestant In the Florida sponsor broken windows theft and Agreed to have 1.95 exit which would direct Rice' moved acceptance Ray-
Water Superintendent Gene traffic mon Tucker seconded: and
Crown Council Beauty Con damaged freshly painted to both Bunnell and
Barber estimate the Installation Flagler Beach. The letter the Board accepted unani
test to be held In Jacksonville walls was estimated at approximately requested
on Labor Day. There is no S2.000.00. expense. the City of Flagler mously.In .

cost to the county.Commissioner Heard Maintenance Supervisor Instructed the clerk to write Beach to contribute $ZS0 for other actions the Board
Mel Webb Co. the project. The opened a series of bids. Flow.
George Wick- Miller Teters report the Sign to place matter was
line thanked the Board for directory sign would be erected letters on the firehouse. postponed Indefinitely. en Bakery was awarded con
tract to sell bread
to all
helping with grabage collec! at the south city limits Approved a :30 day extension schools.

tion at Flagler Beach during Tuesday. to the clerk for presentation TIDE TABLE Foremost Dairies
the period of time the city Agreed to l Install culvertson of the city tax roll was
truck Howe, St. between Chapel Tides For August I-14 awarded" milk contract at $Hcper
garbage was being re Agreed to write the Boardof half pint of milk.
paired. He asked If the Beard and Bather Sts, when a County Commissioners in HIGH LOW Georgia Chair

would' consider replacing some building permit to Issued to regard to ownership rights on Day A3L PM. AJrt. P.M. awarded contract Company to furnish was

pilings in the city owned .pierat the property owner. Dr. John Plane Street between Cherry 8 8:00 8:21 1:48 1:4! typewriter tables and chairs

Flagler Beach. The Board Canakaris said he planned to and Moore Sts. before approv. 9 8:48 9:12 2:30 2:42: for the business' education depart
was advised there might be start construction! on an ing the closing of the street 10 9:36 9S1 3:18: 3:2i ment .

some legal objection to spend apartment building on the A letter requesting the street 11 10:24 10:36: 4:00: 4:12 Service Oil Company was

ing tax monies on a project property. dosing was read from prop- 12 11:06 11:13 4:42 5:00 selected to furnish oH
gas,
that charged the public admission Took no action on a request erty owners along the street 13 11:06 11:99 5:18: 5:43 and lubricants for the trans.
for use of facilities from property owners along area. 14 12:01
=f 12:36: 6:00: 6:42 portatlon department .







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EDITORIALTHE lb. 69


BACKBONEWe -- .../'-' ....-
have been quite pteesed and. fettered by the many
kind comments our readers have made about our efforts to U. S. D. A. Choice

produce an interesting' weekly TOwSpAp

And just at the preacher in church occasionally ha to lb. 48
call attention to the lad that the church needs financial as

sfetanee, we eel that we should call year attention to the support .
of our advertisers. Without advertisers we could not operate
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
a newspaper.

Subscribers are necessary' of course and we want as many
subscribers we can reach. But subscriptions are about 15 percent STEAK 5O

of the operating cost of this weekly. The advertisers are

really the economic' backbone of the success of your newspaper a

Price and service being equal we urge you to support our Choice JuicyALL
advertisers. If you are buying a new car cheek with the three
dealers who regularly advertise In your paper. If it were not '
for them and the telephone and power company advertisements, MEAT STEW Ib. 69'

your weekly newspaper would be only four to six pages a week.

When you buy food, clothing hardware Insurance or even
fill dirt check with your advertisers first If they cannot fill your -

needs try the other local merchants.The Vall ,d.l. "PURE BEEF" I c. c.'. "OWN" BAR-B.QUED

Flagler County merchants are entitled to the first

chance at your business. Besides being the backbone of your FRANKS49C CHICKEN

newspaper' they are the backbone of your community.: They
pay city and county taxes to support our schools, streets, law 12 oz. Each

enforcement, health service and community buildings. Cello Pic I. 98c J

It is the local merchants who provide financial support for

school annuals football programs, and various civic projects. Lean Western "CENTER CUT" PORK

When we shop out of town we are just taking that much
more out of our local economy. It is often amusing to hear
someone complain about how bad the local economy' Is-no LOIN ROAST lb. 69Streak

jobs--no new industry, and in the next breath they will tell
you about the shopping they just did: out of town.

We see people who are paid by local tax funds or are in
local businesses go out of town for "prestige" shopping. Oftentimes
the same merchandise, product or service could have been O'Lean 1t PLASTIC DISHPAN

obtained at home for the same price. WHITEBACONlb39cFREE j
or more Meat Order
For a better Flagler Tribune support your advertisers. For

a better Flagler County support your local merchants.

John A. Clegg Our Value (Limit S Please) No. 300 Can
OUR VALUESHORTENING
ANDK BEANS Each IOC,

Do you think a criminal or
I rioter who obtains a gun by Double Luck (Limit 3 Please) No. 303 CanS
Too Late breaking and entering a gun-
Each
shop is going to gallop downto EN BEANS IOC 3 29e
the police station and register Tin
To Classify I It?
Martha White "HOT RISE"
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Must the honest law abiding
q .....u Kcnr citizens, the police officers CORN MEAL MIX 5 Bag lb. 29cKraft
and those who enjoy hunting
Guns don't kill people. People
be restricted in the use of Ore- Quart Jar
kill people. This is a fact
while the insane and
arms VELVEETA
that lot of hysterical pea JAb' Each
a r
I allowed
criminal elements are JELLY
pie seem to have lost sight of. APPLERegular 49C
to run at large armed with
All the gun laws on the books CHEESE
wouldn't have prevented the guns and knives? Pkg. of 2

assassination of Bobby Ken The present hue and cry SCOT Each
nedy. Why Because the about guns is just plain ri TOWELS 39C Ib.
State of California had a dozen diculous. Unfortuuately very 1 Loaf 59''
laws against fire arms, all few people seem to possess
of which were broken by the either common sense or constructive MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
killer.If thinking.
laws were the answer While the mentally ill and
Kennedy would be alive today criminal elements roam our FROZEN
FOODS _
as would his brother and streets, break In our homes
Martin Luther King and hundreds and attack women and children .
of other law abiding killing Innocent peopleare I Tin 37C Frosty AcresORANGE 6 ox. Can
citizens killed with guns we supposed to makeno For
illegally In the hands of criminals effort to protect ourselvesor Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order JUICE 4 69 and unbalanced Individuals resist the rapist or burglar

? Frosty Acres
IQ oz. Pkg.
Laws are not worth the paper In my book most of the people FORDHOOK
FRESH PRODUCE
they are written on if they screaming for gun laws" LIMAS Z For 45e
are not enforced and most of are mentally unbalanced.
our present gun laws, are not They have lost the power of U. S. No. 1POTATOES
and cannot be enforced. Why reason and common sense.
should we clutter up our They quote the bible, Ignorethe 10 Bag 39C MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
books with more restrictive criminal I. are mentally
laws, that disarm honest citizens unbalanced and consider Bartlett
FLOUR
and protect the crim themselves civilized and Each
inal. Christian. They are just plain PEARS lOc

It is my honest opinion that nuts. They do not possess the 5 Ib. 39c
ability to think anything out Juicy SweetPEACHES Bag
no law we might place on the
and listen to .
books, unless It be to strengthen reason.In Iba. Limit 1 with $5.00
or more food order
Z 29C
our police and law enforcement the meantime the Communists
officers would be all sit back and
worth a continental as far as laugh like little Audrey.
controlling violence is con Wouldn't they just love to see
cerned. America completely disarmedand
police sent to quell riots
It most states today firearms *
with' unloaded guns?
are registered but pickup
It can't happen here, brother
your paper and you will
It Is here. You bet
happening RODGERS STORE
see where Sirs. Jones shot Mr.
ter believe it and THINK: FOOD
Jones, criminal shot a police
about It. 111
officer, a teenager speeding I
down a busy street shoots apedestrian I
just for kicks. Sure MOSQUITO EATER I
the police can tract ownership Blrulus monaorattts. a salt. "''mi II I
of the gun. The damagehas marsh minnow Is being studied OPEN SUNDAYS Hl8tOO || I ( ( Phone 437-327
been done and how orwhft'e In detail by a State Boardof a.m.-lloo I I U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
these guns were acquired Health research center be p.m.
doesn't bring the vic cause It thrives on mosquito Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Aug. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1968Y1
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Airman Smith has compteted 3 THE FLAOLKR> TMMFNC THVRC. AVCHMT t, MMK3
About OurServicemen
taste tralaiaff at Amarillo
Social Security All, Ttwa aM has bees as. : Johnny PdUeer left MOTOR VSWOJZCHAK4CD
'* -r at MsOwlweilAt Aunt 7 1st Pet Lewis
NEWSQ. .:.: Wa'hiagas IOC Ml aasitpl. IlflPlMrf10If 110iiU
HOME FROM VIETNAM Nis new a4IWfIM is: Ama.ihthts meat with the US Ana.r. abstspending
J. tllntith Aplf/ttsg1, a leave at Ftagior
My .hmlan* d4 14 JIll JMwi WstlvmMi I*
Stli 1'NRI'I..R. .... )Ie.c.a Bead with his wile, P.Ry. .
years ae leaning 1M wttII .....g thi.ty days leave at p_ QMMMJT Irfssar 1Atl.thie
API K.- .... and MXtvt'
three email ...... My s........ Resole wish his par' M.peetor ..bmt. I111r ram ...

youngest child married two et. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Wa4erwHh The' inwin WM token aunsind a eheage is tAe in'speeli.m

yean ate and my btitetUwre ms.Jehrt. STATIONED AT arses a letter written boy a Awns ..FeelMen'.
...".... I am net aWe Ma been Msttened .
cousin of ,.... c.eqe Mee4y.FMgiet .
FATRfaC AFfSergeant eMf. August 11. Nall said the
to do any kind of work. Can tite US Army the pastyear
BHeIt. IW wrote 1M
social security help me even" at Camp Martin Cox and Thomas E. RMHt. letter. that appeared In a Onetanati. new seheduie will enable ....
though I am only S3 yean Dong Tam Vietnam. son left of Mrs. Mark Han- Ohio school paper! .Meets Ie have their eats in.speeted .
old lie has extended his tour of
nab ot Bunntii. has arrivedfor after hearing about a boy abler working hews.
A. If you are disabled and duty and will return to Vietnam duty at Patrick AFB. Flo. who was against the draft Car inspections will be made
are the widow of a worker August 15 for six months .
and In Vietnam
Sergeant Robertson an aircraft fighting :
from 1-9
assignment on Mondays p. m.
who was fully insured under equipment repairman. Is I didn't think too much of
social security at death you assigned to a unit of the Air It at the time, but after I saw and Tuesday. thru Friday from
HOME FROM GERMANY 8 a. 12 and 15
may be able to get monthly m. noon p.
Force Systems Command. men not boys die over here
benefits.Q. He previously served at I begin to think of him. and m

I am & and have only Nha Trang AB. Vietnam. that the men over here are Hull said car Inspections'
worked four years. I was Injured The sergeant, a graduate of actually fighting and suffering average 30 ears per day- and
In a car wreck and the Bunneli High School attended Just to keep him safe. approximately onehalf are
doctors tell I me that I won't Daytona Beach Junior Col They don't just keep him safe rejected. The Inspector' said
be able to get back to work lege. but everyone In the states. We
up to fifty Inspections have
for one and half years. Can I Ills address is: need support not this Burn been completed In one day at
draw my benefits Sgt Thomas E. Robertson your draft card program. It the local facility.
A. If a person becomes disabled 6549th FMS takes nine men In he supportof
before age 31. he will CMR Box 7721 one man on the lines.
not need as many work creditsto A Patrick AFB. Fla. 339& It takes more people In the VTW FISH PRY
get disability benefits as states to support each man

he did under the old law. In STATIONED AT over here.I SATURDAY APT.
your case, you have sufficient cant explain myself much
work to be insured for disa FT. BENNING better because' I'm not that Veterans of Foreign Wars
blllty benefits.Q. good with words. I do hope and their families will have
rm going to retire In Pvt James E. Harbert son that you will pass this ore to a fish fry Saturday afternoonat
July but I'll make around of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph liar the students there at Lakota. 5 p. m. at the E. C. Yarborough -
$ ,OOO total rye been told I bert Flagier Beach, is stationed Sincerely yours home. North A-1-A.
can get some social security at Fort Benning. Ca. Terry Beaver All members are remindedto

checks, but I don't see how with the US Army.. Vietnam attend


What about this Pvt. Harbert'a address is: ....
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check' for Pvt. James E. Harbert
A. You may get a
any month in which you Army Paratrooper E.' Alan Co. B-10th Battalion2nd 3rd Pit. FILL DIRT SHELL
Brlcad
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neither work for wages of Wayne Jones arrived home
over $140 or work substantial. unexpectedly Monday after USATC Inf.
ly In self-employment. The noon from Berlin Germany Ft. Benning. Ca. 31903 Bulldozer-Dump Trucks-

amount of total earnings forth Alan will spend 30 days
year doesn't matter in a leave In Bunneli with his parents AIRMAN VICTOR A. HALL III BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY

case like this. To get any Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jones,
benefits due however you before leaving for Vietnam DURRANCET.
must file a claim and you Sept. 9.
could lose money that is due The Paratrooper has been
you by putting off filing too reassigned to the 173rd Airborne AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO.

long. at Vietnam after volunteering Flatter Beach-Tel. 439.2471
Q. Why don't farmers haveto for his second tour of

pay social security taxes duty. .

A. Farmers must pay security
tax contribution on their HOME ON LEAVE a
Airman Rufus net profit If it amounts to
arrived home August 1 to
$100 net earnings a year or are more less U their than spend ten days.leave at Flagler 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

Beach with his parents.Q. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
$400. but their gross is $600or

more, farmers may electto I've been hospitalized 85 4 FREE ESTIMATESBAR I
pay social security contributions days and won't get out for
on two-thirds of their about 10 more. Do I have to FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS

gross farm income. This Is use my lifetime reserve, or BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS
called the opt Ion method. can I save It?
Using this method the most A. You can save It for a Airman Hall is qow assigned LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS
farm income that can be later period of hoapitalizatlon as an administrative spec Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
counted toward social securIty If you prefer. Once all or partof ialise with a unit of the Tact BATHROOM VANITIES-BREAKFAST BARS
credit is $1600 for years the 60 day lifetime reserve kal Air Command at Sf'wart Laminated Plastic Fronts
after 1965 and $1200 for years is used, a person cannot become AFB Tenn. Airman Hall Is a Upholstery
before. re-entitled to It. graduate of Bunneli High FINE HARDWOODS

School. Most orders filled within IS working dors. Now Serving
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4-THE rLACLER TRIIITNC) TH9RS. AUGUST I. 196 SHOWER HONORS Mr art M-.*. Joseph Kowal CALENDAR OF

sky lest ,.C4 l> o: return to EVENTS
MISS STAN1SH tuft IMIW a' MaavUM, N. J.
Flaffer County
RIDDELL CELEBRATES Ktb ANNIVERSARY T day-
.
sewdiatg twit was at
Miss Catherine" fliautili.AuftMt 3*** Clt b dtoawr meetia*
bride'elect. WM ape. Kanna vtstttag Ms twether.Mrs. at 7:36 at the Mat Rests*-
of hover at a bridal stwwtrSaturday JIIerit K.wabky.Waskend raat. Mr. John Rise .. InK

afternowi I**** k? ..... the pnsgra....
Miss haste Bowne at hr It.lUIUII': at (+)
home 991 S Daytona Ave.. fee IMM of CIMlii and Sunday-The x...* OamiiMBity -
Flatter. Beach Owm MeCHff. Mast Hwy ttft Club will meet at 2

The honoree .w*.m petscMed .......1. were Mr. And Mffft BV, m. at St. Mary Owifc MeW -
a yellow and white cantatfancorsage 11M Law.- sad daughets. ball at Herons.TdsyVFW .
by the .hostess. 9MfM .M Debbie. 01 (;eHftON \+. C...)

A WfHVIVCTt" rv aAF I.Isd. N. Y. AwaMtery

yellow, green and white. wa at 8 P. M. at the pest
used In the attractive deearaions. Mr and Mrs. Hubert PHIioer !MMe.

( and daughters, Rita and (C.eBunaril -)
A miniature bride and Robin spent the weekend" In lions Cub hmehefl -

groom formed the centerpiecefor Gflm Ga. vfetttng with, meeting at 12:18 at the
the refreshment taM overlaid Moses and Joann Atkinson. BUM**) Civic Center.
with a lace ekxh. Rita and Rebta remainedfor (-0-)
Miss Catherine Harris served several' days visit and Bey Scettt Troop 495 meetIng. -
r t'Ml punch from a crystal bowl their sister Rhonda who .has .

encircled with fern and interspersed been visiting her aunt and Wednesday Bey Scout

with yellow chrysanthemums. uncle returned home with' Troop 472 regular meetUng.Mr .

her parents.A .
Mrs. Susie Riddell, one of Flagler County's longtime residents Guests placed their gifts for *. Freda Stumph and Mr.

celebrated her 95th birthday last Wednesday with a the honoree in a white wheelbarrow group left Monday to at and )1... Norman F. Stumphof
family get to-gether at her home on N. Railroad Street In Bun- placed at the door tend Harmony Bay Musk Jacksonville visited in Bun-
nell. marked "Park Your PackagesHere. Camp at Lake Yale. neil Tuesday with, friends.

Mrs. Riddel!, who, Is still very active at 95 ha memoriesof ." Attending the week sessionare
Appropriate games were Beth Matherly. Karen In the L S. A. over seven
Flagler County which date back to 1907. She moved to Bun-
played and prize winners Clegg Marvin Clegg and million workers, are injuredon
neil from'IM'y.. N. J. In 1907.
were Mrs. Paul Stantoh Miss Bruce Kendall. the JOb each year.S .
Mrs. Riddell is a charter member of the Bunnell First Bap. Celesttae Stanteh and Miss

tist Church is a member of the Order of Eastern Star. Chapter Janet Cook.

No. 93 and the Royal Neighbors.She .

and her husband Charles, .operate a motel<< on their HOUSEGUESTSDonna

property on US Ilwy., 1,
and Diane Walter

WEEKEND GUESTS EXCHANGE VISITS twin nieces' of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Creal. arrived last
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig Paula BHklf')'. St. Johns week" to spend a month visitIng -
Park is spending a week at
had as their weekend house- with their great uncle and
guests Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tampa visiting with Mr. and aunt at their home 1106 East

Stone Jr., Rockledge. Florida Mrs. Claude Tanner. Lambert, Bunnell.
and J. B. Stone Sr. of New The Tanner's daughter Cindy
Is spending the week at
Boston Tex. MOVE TO ORLANDO
. 'St. Johns Park with Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bar. Mrs. Burkley. Mr and Mrs. Averly Brown { .t

field II and son Bob of At. left Saturday for Orlando j4BEDPLAYROOM
lanta Ga. are slaying at Former Bunnellites Mrs. where" they will reside. ,
Massie's Motor Court at Flag- Johnny Mercer and son Dickieof Mr. Brown will be employed -
ler Beach while visiting in Holly Hill S. C. returned with the Orange County

Bunnell with Mrs. S. H. Cameron home Sunday after several school system.
visit In Bunnell
and the W. W. Deens. days with
relatives.Mrs. PICKle FOR

TEXAS VISITORSAT
BEACH Lucy Dearing andgranddaughter. PRIEST SUCCESSFULThe
Donna Dear- FOR SISTERS-The refreshing, airy look
Mrs. Betty Redd and child. Reverend Father Walter of this
Ing and Mrs. McDonald attnctlrs room depends a lot on the major decorating -
Mary
ren. Anita and Danny, left Bayer, visiting priest for the fibrlo-a handsome poppy printed cotton In tones of
Monday for their home In are vacationing In Anderson Catholic Churches In Flagler blue and white. A matching panel of wallpaper is used as
Dallas Texas after spendinga Ind. County was honored at a picnic flat Lem board-canopks. The deep delphinium blue In the
week" at Flagler Beach visiting held at the home of Mr repeated in a room-darkening window shade.Tangr
her brother In law and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me- and Mrs. Charles Kranskl. lime green serves as color on the shade tern, toss
and pillows, and painted cabinet
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Knight sons flew up from Korona on Sunday, July 28th.
) Miami last Tuesday to spend Mrs. Kranski said that the
several days with his parents ....
The Missinne's son Bobby affair was very successful and -
returned to Texas with them Judge and Mrs. T. K. Me.Knight. she expressed appreciation to

for a visit. those who participated.

Mrs. Mlsslnne VISITBootHaven
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jones and daughter PELLICER; HOST
Molly left Saturday morning
and family of Bunnell recently
for a vacation trip to Wisconsin DINNER PARTY
attended the Paul Jonesfamily
and Minnesota.Visitors Johnny and Peggy Peillcer
reunion at Douglas,
Ga. were hosts at a dinner party
at the Flagler last Thursday evening at the

James Crews, formerly of Beach home of Mrs. Bradford home of her parents, Mr. and
Bunnell now living In Allen.town Bowen are her son and daughter Mrs. Chuck Mlsslnne, Flagler
in law Mr. and Mrs. Beach.
PaulBowen
Pa.. Is visiting herewith
his and sons Wayne 1 i joying the occasion with,
children Gregg Jeff,
Jim and Wendy Crews. James and Leslie and Miss the couple were Mr. and Mrs.
Susan Garhum. all from Missinne, Dr. and Mrs. Russell FEATURING

VISIT 1M Sharon. Mass. Blanton Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Pierce Mr. and Mrs.
FT LAUDERDALE Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden Bernie Kozlowskl Mrs. Betty

Dr. and Mrs. Russell Blan- were in Calnf'SvtlleSaturday Redd and children and Tom BOOTSby

ton spent the weekend at to attend the North-South All my Missinne.
Fort Lauderdale visiting her Star High School football

:ton In law and daughter Mr. game. The Holden's grandson VISITING IN Georgia Giant
and Mrs. Rick Miner and son Norman Black performed with NORTH CAROLINA
Troy. the All State Band. .

Troy returned to Flagler Frederick Fruits, son of Mr.
Beach with the Blantons for HOME FROM VACATION and Mrs. Fred Fruits, Flagler MENS
two weeks visit. Beach Is vacationing In North
Dale and Rosemary Brown Carolina.
returned home Saturday aftera WESTERN I
A SON lie Is visiting Hope Mills
ten day vacation trip to New with his uncle and aunt Mr. WELLINGTON
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gamble
Orleans where they visited
and Mrs. J. T. Canady and son
of Live Oak announce the their son David and ROUGH OUT
Jack and In Hlllsborough with
birth of a 6 pound. 14 ounce vllle. 8" LACE-WORK
his uncle and aunt Dr. and
son born Friday at 11:52 p. m. ed relatives.
Mrs. L. W. Carroll and fam 6" LACE-WORK
at Pineview Hospital Valdos. They also stopped over In ily.
ta. Ga. LOW TOP-WORK
Birmingham Ala. for a visit
The maternal grandmotheris with' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Im- Brenda :\ of RUBBER
Mrs. Edna Carroll. Rich's prota. former Bunnell resl- hurst.
Trailer Park, Bunnell. dents.
In Bunnell visiting her parents .
Remley and Janice Mur LADIES
ray. I

WESTERN
BRITISH VISITORS
A Showing of the Paintingsof ENTERTAINEDA RUBBER (SOON)


group of ISO members BOYS
wives and their children were
honored guests at a luncheon
lasf week given by Mrs Harry WESTERN
JIl Creal' Atkinson at her home In WELLINGTON
II Bunnell.
ROUGH-OUT
Visiting Britons attendingwere

Florida Federation of Art Headquarters Mrs. Margaret Nobel and RUBBER
daughter Zarah. Mrs. Elizabeth -
Moore and children Angela .
i Main Galleries Month of August 1968 and Joe. Other invited

DeEary Hall 1.5 p. M. guests Included Mrs. Katherine BAKER'S 5 & 10MRS.

DeBary. Florida Except Monday Pappas and son George< ,
Daytona Beach; and Miss
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CATFISH HARVESTEDBoats BHS STUDENTS 5-THC rLAOtM TMMKC "...". AWMMT >.. MIl

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TO REGISTER ...
stntctmes on the DUe
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piss owRsptotot JMM|
NEXT WEEK wtII housed. mecaIy .... ...,. .
L R All students psMninc to attend .. programs. eoarnjiaisp. .
BuiUMll huh MM* Ms eMctrarkes, drafting, wAtch repair The iM Aural
fall will report to the B ar.silE and byatmMi education.pis has n.
I High t School Library dsr... An inds*.al edesdon claw- 'r of OMfttyan
'he week of Aught 12 to_- spewed last saving at and PlagkY MaMMltoCentral
plete registration for the 1M8. Mary Kart school aMoerasjwttoMil hews which snew belie
tt school year a Principal C. A. MeGrtff. printing, photo aphr. air 4115 11 and fln.1M"'M'" well menagrd. .
Senior s4w4*..4a will register. eondtdoning. MAlIwerk..... .
Monday. August 12. Students and gas engine repair. The reports indkeed that
with" last name infctots A Students. planning to attend were well pepared,
thru D register at 9.-60 a. m.; Mary Karl school of applied peepedy alllWfMl and Veselybr15
E thru J. IftCO a. ItK; tttni! sHen will register at BItS _. Financial mods
R. 1:00 p. m. and S tIN Z. library on same dates for UwIMAftA were "I" JMoopt. The IItItMttf'sof
2:00 p. m.Junior fl High School sHwQ .nMi. the Board of County Compared -
Students register The school principal aakd misNoners. were property pre..
Tuesday August 13. Students all students were urged to and signed and apfO -
with fet name initials A continue their education and peered record all Af'ft'IIMFflMtM..tnftMetleM.
thru F at 9.00 ItG tferu training for a vocation and Jk
are shown in the lake with men operating huge com : a. .
merdal nets in the harvest of the catfish. L at W.OO: a. m.; M thru S at additional information ceuM.
be obtained from his ofltee at
,. 1:00 p. m. and T thru Z at
M" 2:00 p. m.Sophomores. Btmnell High School. BUNNELL WOMAN

'- '.: ,j. register Wed RESIDENT HURT IN CRASH
FORMER
.1.., 1IJt. nesday. August 14. with I last
name Initial. A thru J at 9 a. KILLED IN AUTO Mfs. Beverly crouch roper
m. K thru P at 10 a. m.; Q County Housing Project Bun-
thru T at 1 p. m. and U thru ACCIDENT hell was .In fair' condition' today -
2at2p.m. at Bunnetl General Hos
Word has been received' of
push after an accident on US
Freshman will register the death of Mrs. Ben
1 which' demolished her ear.
Thursday. August 15 with last Scruggs, who was killed In The accident occurred about
name initials A thru H at 9
an auto accident July 27 at
live and a half miles south ofBtmnell
a m.; I thru M at 10 a. m.; Cocoa. Florida.
I when Mrs. Croueh'scar
N thru S at 1 p. m. and T thru Mrs. Scruggs a former FlagH left the' road.
2at2p.m. f Beach resident And Bun*
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She is reported to have suffered
Principal McCriff said nell High School faculty member
a fractured right leg.
school official had renewedthe moved to Melbourne several
possible Internal injuries, and
vocational' program with years ago to reside. She cuts and bruises.
r Mary Karl school of applied was a teacher in the Brevard
sciences at Daytona Beach. County School system.
The program was discontinued Survivors Include her son. The eagle, national Wed of
during the 1907-68 school Dana. Jr., Melbourne; and her the United States has long
term. McGriff said bus trans husband. Dana of Tltusvilie. been used as an emblem of
portation for students attending Funeral services were conducted courage and power. It symbo
Wallace Weeks holding regular catfish In right hand and Mary Karl School will be Tuesday. July :30 atGiro. Heed the Sumerian city of
albino In the leftCELEBRATION provided by the local school. Ga Interment followedat La gash in the third mm n.
McGriff stated two $800,000 Cairo.' lum before Christ.

from Daytona Beach Palatka
PLANNEDAT
Hastings. St. Augustine Or-
ST JAMES mend. Holly Hill and Bunnell. .

The Senior choir of St. Clearance SaleBEGINS
James Baptist Church Bun. Revival meetings at St. August
nell. will t1f'brateIts eighteenth James Church are scheduled
anniversary Sunday. fer August 18-30 according toRev.
August 11 at a special pro. M. B. Britton. pastor.

gram at 3 p. m. Evangelist. Shiloh Rev.Baptist T. W.Church Streeter. AUGUST 1st and ENDS AUGUST 10th

Appearing on the musical Daytona Beach will conduct
program will' be church choirs the revival services.DANCE.

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SHIFTS


PANT DRESSES


SKIRTS


to the sounds of
DRESSES


"THE PAPER BRIDGE" PANTS


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SIGH UP FOR Duet a period of time to con ney. tmanl. Beverly Crouch. g-THC rLAOLBR TB4MKC: TIIWB*. AUGUST licit
gel.. mr soil. and water reMfC Bttaesll; James ..... -

CONSERVATIONUNDERWAY 7be owe single dMrttlsa ......1; P.ulette .4rdeli. lMit Mfcsdi .but ..-.. fen HOIIB.ROW" MO'Q4fINoM

/ srsss --lea dw cost lhtwwrll; Pb.ule ...... .......1 ....... ...... of work If tM.uow hour sosgteho
p.w..M ...... Iw cite ns$, fsgler JIMdI; WWiamYswts ..... ... will enmgiiw&k lor Andes arm- is aJOUDlll you"
ea we w.. be aWe ttto assure Russell..; a..r ILun.taer home the State Board of
B. K. Wktt. AKS OAceMass.Bet ....... ......... that
a s .. ........ Health warns that you or :youneighbor
PUcfer Comity, tefnMt -. of Mad an ..... Wake me up from my August have grown
MM ds lewd owwira o efaat NUIIlIa>- Lila BreMsy. M ...ari.ii aa I wish to may effective flight
+.rs sign*up IlK QOsK* WNa 8wtittt K..Mth 1ritrt. them Their
toil pout, In Sagt ." the
blockRENw
shale assistance under. the FALLKCGHTBATKHf MH 8MMt. Tomas MtDM'. molts ol yew iawMlt sera. range is about one

A.-.I. ConsetvatMrtPragrarsi melt, lie wy Inkfrt<<. Leslie I..... 111 bet a mafrrHy e C our
(ACP .Is in Ml Pace Htaabeth S *l*. Ruthat eftiSMia wfeuld walk enter it
swine a4approximately will continue far SCHEDULE MH Stek8. Harold Lee* f$(. and not reafvEe. MS aHa modern ro&iWOV
one mere week .. Wet, Alice Thaeker. Jaek gala -.
Mr. White slates that at Area students planning Ie Abbott Isabel Ward. Wee Nw
the end of this period all enter the school of Arts and WeWen. Hteabeth TWwetl. hum. Dog days.
M&M1N
available funds will be allocated Sciences College Division) of Cecil Thaeker. Dalton Matthew BFNe < TH
and if you plan to carry Daytona Beach Junior College Klnney.
out a needed conservation this fall should file their appMealions -
practice be au60 make a with the Admissions
request before you begin. Office this week J. A. MOSQUITO REPORT BARNES SEA FOODOPEN
Some practices availableare Bobbins Director of Admissions
August All the month will
: has announced.Registration ALL SUMMER
A.2. Establishment: of improved for returning be hot for people, dogs and
pasture. college division students Is mosquitoes. People and dogs THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY

A4. Treatment of farmland scheduled for Tuesday, August are lazy but not the mosqui FROM !* P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.
with Mme.A7. 20 from 8:30 a. m. to 3:30: p. to. This Is their harvest month
Planting of pine seedlines. m. and from 6:30 to 9 p. m. for broods of new hatched GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
and time for next
All new students In the division ones seeding
Improvement of vegetative will report on campus year's crop.
cover. Wednesday August 21 at 8:30a. We at Mosquito Control feel SPECIAL _
B-10 Improvement of standof m. for orientation. A registration we are In position to combat
forest trees. session for these students the usual Influx and suggest Southern Fried ChickenWith
C-7. Constructing pipe drops. is scheduled for Thurs. your screens, eta be looked
C9. Constructing or enlarg day August 22. over for your comfort Homemade Biscuits and Honey
ing dralnaredltchfS.. Day and evening classes My nephew Ned who fishes
D-1. Establishment of winter will begin August 26. said out of Catfish Bend writes All You Can Eat $1.50

cover crop. Bobbins. me. the personal spray you
G-1. Establishment of cover can now buy is really good
Chowder
for wild life food plots. HOSPITAL NOTES for mosquitoes that is. Me? Homemade Clam
G-3. Constructing ponds for I have to admit I am still an
wildlife. ADMITTED: Joseph Clifton old Citronella man.
ll-1. Establishment of stand Bunnell; George Twigg Bun All this drivel 1 to lead up to MESH SEA fOOD FRESH FISH
of trees for beautiflcatlon. nell; Elizabeth Baggett Flag- "What's New."
If you have property that her Beach; Rueben Gardei. Starting soon we will CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS
needs some conservation Flagler Beach; Grace Watt change our fogging formula
treatment come by the ASCS Bunn lI. Henry Mikulka. Bun from melathlon to debrom. It FROG LEGS VEAL CUTLETS
office in the Civic Center In nell; Jack Abbott, Flagler will have a slightly different
Hastings and see how this Beach. Frances Ruston Flag odor but tests have shown It COME AS YOU ARE
program can be of value to let Beach. Otis Hunter. Espanola more potent than our present
you at the present and Just Albert Williams. Jack formulation and we will get PARTIES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS
what can be accomplished sonville. Dalton Matthew Kin. more for a dollar. Pinch penny PHONE 829-8498 or 829-3405
aren't we?>
Time also for beating the South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1

bushes for candidates for Control At Moultrie-Sign on right
Board. Three to be chosenat
November election. The pay
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Forget for a second it'sa F, CAUICY

Daytona l ech District

Volkswagen.Try .

to think of the Volkswagen Fastback The Honor Agent designation is one of the top

sedan os just another fastback.
recognitions offered by the company to its agent
'Torget the oir cooled rear-mounted en

gine. Liberty National is proud of this representative. ,

Forget the oil it takes by the pint instead ..

of the
quart. Less than 5% of Liberty National's representatives
Forget the wheel independent torsion

bar suspension.But can achieve this honor each quarter of the ,

most of all forget the 27 miles it aver
year selection is based on a high and consistent
ages to a gallon of regular gas. .
Forget all the things that might make our record of life insurance sales and service.

fastback seem like just another Volkswagen, .

end what's left? Liberty National is one of the leading life insurance
A few things that might make our fast .

back seem like anything but a Volkswagen.like companies in the United States-ranking

woll-to-wall carpeting. 49-position in the upper 3% of the more than 1700 life insurance
front seats.A rear seat center armrest.

And even a few things that make it seem companies. Insurance in force now exceeds $4
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like anything but just another fastbak.
billion with assets over $600 million.
like the electric clock, tinted rear window .
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disc brakes in front, electronic fuel in .

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ear loaa. to tk. W..t.Hir MM Christians Some men are. Vacation Bible School activities 8:00 P. M.
uf tho IM too right it was railed to particular Jobs within
uf tn* rtori+a lira OMMOanal. will begin in the First
..awat.. IT 41 44Kaai. the ehurrh because of the
life fort mar* or loa variety of relationship within Baptist Church Monday, August FREE REFRESHMENTS

to aloox tfco tho Mouth W.Hit*t ./w. Nw*res.M .. the scope of total lif ". 12 and continue through TONIGHT ( Thursday )

atMt'II.. tK*wv Therefore we have the clergy Friday August 16. Classes
.south M* tf W..t ....*
MM ........ ..... ., to assume role of spokesmen' will be provided for children FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL-
6 12. There will
though
loaa. to th* flout hot emrr the ages
of ih* irvs'S of the i Vi, people. If there were no
ftrrlio II: tnottco Nort f; sin there would be no need be a special program of Bible Disabled American VeteransJim
It M." W..t im .*.. mo. and missions
for taught
preachers There study by
or pastors.
ur ..... t. Ik* N'orthoavt as.
sir of aforaM KW'' ., thrKW is no joy in the heart of a visiting teacher and recreation Boo Chapter No. 86
>.. tWUam It. th.oc.
Soul II' 15' ir W.>t ISM man who" finds It his duty to and music will be planned NO MINORS ALLOWED

feet mar* or !... to the west admonish a person except In' the director .
.. tfertfcwi by summer youth
ret 12. .Ion..1...Hit.l.o of lh *N.rthwe.te the view that he is helping Alan Celoria a seniorat . . COUPON . U .

,, of MM .WJ. of the individual
establish
.r an to or .
'
Koctton IS: theses Stetson University.Hours (Limit 1 Coupon Per Player)
North MWoft lift reestablish a proper relationship
I ir
for the school will be
fort moro or !... oust the with God.
BRING THIS AD AND RECEIVE ONE (1) FREE
\Vr.t ..... ., MM Hertlwi IS 9.11 a. m. Afternoon recrealion
to the point all of riparian b..l.nln end.. Christ was the example ofthe and swimming are to be CARD-GOOD FOR 20 REGULAR
Inrludlnc
littoral rlcht .t>prrtnt 4nKtb good shepherd and some provided for all the youth of
BINGO GAMES FOR THE
.r.... The Mid porrrl. contalnlnr And themselves also in this the church throughout the

\I.... vxrludlnc".1 mrrrt.pprothtmWI nwr or- role as servant This is a bold month of August. Also the

I 1.4 acre. contain In Ux> presumption but it cannot be older youth will attend a Summer .
of of $RI. ANNIVERSARY BINGO
2 si ft. right way God
No. II. t.... U>t. I. S, I. 4. I. denied. speaks through Camp sponsored by the
., mf'n.And I will,,
the Houth ft. Lot 14. give you
and the North 15 ,.. ., ..... church at Fort Clinch State
after
It. Ink 1 and Lot. I. I. 1. shepherds my own heart, Park. August 2026. Young
4. and '. Block S. Lots 1. I. who will feed you with knowledge
J. (. and I. Blork .. and Uot and understanding." Jeremiah persons of the communitynot PARTYON
I. S. '. T. IS. II. 14. and It actively affiliated with
In Ulork 4. all In film Harbor 3:13.DORCAS .
other church
plat any are encouraged
as per
on file 'iIY"O k k. sage to participate in these AUGUST 8 1968
,
II. Iliblle Hocord of 5.aglee -
CLASS activities.
County. Florida which
plat I* a part of the property ------ --- --- --
described above by bvundary. FLANS SUPPER

.
has been llld against you. and Dorcas Sunday School Class r .
required to serve a roojrf
vow aro
your written defense., if an/. members, their families and
to It on Itsv/d U Ittaek. of IHark. guests are invited to a covered .
Col. Orotty 4 ttfrMa.attorney .
Cobb EFFECTIVE JUNE I I. 1968
for the rtiMitlff.whoM dish supper Monday, August

> address .. Ml North. 12 at 7-30 p. m. at the .. .. '-. .-
A'.nO..n.
IrandvUw..*. ... nor..... and HI. the origInal Bunnell Baptist Churdt.UII'IUEL .
with th. Clerk of the abor-
styled Court on or before Ke.-
tmbr IX. l.". otherwise. a
tu4rmnt may b* entered a.atn.t
you for the relief demanded 'in

the r m aW1TNHHM."t_ New

A It of MSUBOMOB aaM court my hand on August and lb.sal T.. R geE S higherinterest

U. V unitTA.
lrk of PiM Court
t Hal I
tty K.th iUrkAug rl- U BmrItrpuly > rates on

.. Ii. SI and 1$. Etc .


-LEGAL AH'ERT1aEMr.N'TAOTIt'It Or* fl.K4TIO -- L. HOPWOODliefendant Savings Bonds

H It known that I. Tom
*
Adam Secretary of Mat of the \I TM t: TU mrt:.n
of norlda do hereby give THE STATE or .'UtIUIt"TO'
mat
notice that a Uoneral Mutton MICHAEL U HOI'WOOD
will be held In Flatter MMty. Ml UM Laa.Birmingham.
State of ....,14.. on Tu..Aayneat Ala and Freedom SharesNow
th. first Mo.* notlned .lt"o a
.uceedlnt
O'1: .
In November A. l,.. 1544. .ult
day Tuesday bete the filth In the above entitled cause and
the MM to W the following you are hereby required to (Ho
day of Novmber.. your answer with the Clerk *<

nfflrvo.fnlted J.tat...8en In .CV.tor.Ilenrvoentatlv ".: r.ae for thereof IbU C
Con.reMlnol i".- plaintiff* attorney, whooo name Savings pay ,
1M Fourth
and adj4/**|>

trtef Three: Justices of the M...K.ae P'ot: Iljar.. I. AfSER A A new Freedom Shares pay 5% .

" ou rt ; rid*
On Judge of the Irivtriet not. later than AtWUKT IT. ..\. H..
. 'ourt of Appeal for the PleatAppellate I*"tIf *
IHatrlctno you fall to do ao. Default

lt. ..CommlMUnor.Pu .now. Comm4......ri.r4da.. the will relief be entered demanded aca4nt In pow the bin far Today, Savings Bonds are a teffer; investment than '

State Attorney Seventh Jud-jeo. <.f romfUInt. The naturo of saSh held And
4twhen to maturity.
lal .*lrrutt.labile oft being for ever. Now they pay
Defender Seventh Judjeo.'nuIL KIVOIICE Shares full 5% when held to
sal WITNESS my hand and seed new Freedom pay a
Henator for the followm of aaM Court this Itth day of
. Stat Senatorial* IHatrkt: ''L1' A U. 1 I3 a.1319itittlE. maturity.
.
)I MOODTOrk
Thirteen.Member .f the State MJI" .f MM ClrtwHCourt Freedom Shares are still sold on a one-for-ono basis

'f lUpraoeMtlve House IHstr/ets fr :tV ThrtPtwo. -- rlmeial Hal. with Series E Bonds but now you can buy the com
lowing K.
Julia Harvey
By / /
Thlrty-thre and Twtty- lieputy Clerk bination any time at your bank-and not just on a regular
four. Jaly U. ....
County Judge monthly plan as before.
Oerk ., the "ffltli .>..rl.fherlff LF.UL aUYKrtTUKMEXTiTrr .

Tat Assessor : : JI tKSe t'OI ItT The higher interest rate on Savings Bonds applies not
r
Tag CoHeetorKuperlntendeat. of Public In .UGLtK C".t %T" t'IA.HI- only to the new ones you buy, but to your older ones

..rust .... II'I" rRO..TK. s.. serf too for their remaining period to maturity- generally

Supervisor Member. Hoard of Btecttefi of nubile Intrurtlon. I.C'IIESTEn It. Estate CAULDteoed of BnEECE, effective with the first full six-months interest periodbeginning

. Member. DUtrlrU Hoard J of and Ooui.trCommiMloner 4. "OTKK *.> CRKIHTOH on or after June I. (Outstanding Freedom
.
fnitrkU I. creditor of CIICHTCHKAKt.
All
and 11.Justices. BREECE. who died on 1July Shares are not affected).
of th* .....,.. IMftrkt Uti wall a re.tdeat of
On.. .. riacler County riorMa. are ..- Buy Bonds and new Freedom Shares-help yourself '..
,'o".t.t .**. IHMrlrU On tided that they aro required to
Judge Small ClaWM' lagl.r any clalnui or demand that"bey even more as you're helping your country.
Thre Member. East may hav against hi. e*-
Mosquito Control IHctrtrtIn tat. In th..me. of the County
T..U__,. Whereof.. I havehereunto .f- Judtr of nclr County Florida.
head and at Dunnell. -
set III' In the CtturthouM
ft..d the treat Seal *f the HorMa. within all calendar
State of riorMa. at TaMoM*; month from ten date of the. U.S.Savings Bonds
**. the CapitaL this tN..f'Ml4r .,.. publication of this _t....
of A.ff.*.. A l'. claim or demand moat bo
CfllI1AL) STwrltloa- and 111.4s duplicate,
TOM AfUVA ltd must .ta.. th* plate of re*' New Freedom Sharesv.
KCCiiBTA fir or STATEAug. W"DH sad Pt..meo addre*. of
.. U. 13. It Ills tho claimant and bo worn t. by r.1 _
th. rialmaat M* agent or hi.torn. -
LCUALTIIK ADTiERTI5R7ErIN .. .?. or It will become ..w '
....Mims t. la o.
rmrrtr ('0 i RT nrrL.U.LEK '
.MIUA tt.Jitlm. 1.!
t.M Z BREECEEassulnit
totTT. .f the .a..t ,.. u. ase.......dos ... pee for /hl. .ivnihoasR M b...........pis.M ..

lo l'.** ... 453-. CHESTER EARL. 1113EEfFirst -to. in ss prerse w/M Ibi r-wF ........, ..r De Arv.rrd g Cmta11.
.
DUNN Hul'wt'utt Pubtteatios 1 Aug. 153 .
Plaintiffva. A... J, L II, 32 its
.



g-THE FLAIR TOWHfE THVfttw ATCWT t. IX* prefer hal water, but oecs. the second 18-4. and Wads JTDOTMLL BXAM
hMtaty will enter deep *.*.*. worth won the third and
WBIMMPATA "'
)
LATB0
. FISHING LINE vrnTs Meow fish c..pT. They feed on small fish or fount games. ... and ".J,

I By Al Zamba. A. Bntnum tells us some pNHMIWM This gWesque! CK MHt teams ....... ooseel. '; BMC CHMProIpMttw
fishermen have brought in ae will grow to a she of lent ball and. the, towns snort'
I Ib good CtttCflQtt of vRMPVpilHVnvVawhiting 98 It. wt4e 17 ft tons aM maaship WM outrt.ndbeg.'Mphis Varsity 4 Jayvee
s drum although the wed MS :3860 I'". .** were awnnfod to football players are' astwd. tonwet
fishing on the average is slow tfcoufk Ufffp in Mae they ae the following Wadnwotth at Brtnnel 181git lhheelgym !
Wi Jill edgy. August 14at
(.0-) wholly inoffensive. unMis at
team members: lawoncyTurner .
Josh Genunf'sJdck Fish Caasp tacfced and injured It mid outstanding player 1 p. m for physical 1 exam
injure motions according to MMAthletic
damage a small boat and
.has mentioned the the occupants during the and sportsmanship Lamar Director Conch Jade
f' ling off shore has been off May's struggle to free Mae*. .Jones, top batting average ......
the Jolt and most doubles in the
specially kings. corning to Marineland" ofrwrwa. Coach Hall said the free
Ernest 0.....
ntioned that the tarpons league; league
award and LesliePadre examinations will be givenat
starling to be seen and hustle ; .
the school gym If the phys
FlaglerInusurance
r i* getting late for tarpon. manager; 1
foals. aw not taken at this '
(-0Stem's -) DEEP lEA FISHING team members:
time player will be requiredto
Bud Murray
Henry manager;
Fish
Camp
MN. Geer Kinney and Smith most hetMNM and pay for this service Football It
Fishing has even stowed daughter Anna Spaulding" and highest league batting average Insurance and eligibility
.. here at Rings, where in thepast MN. Gertrude Ramsey e 4er. ; Charlie Williams most will be discussed and equipment !
weeks It has been very lid a deep sea AsMng tripTuesday triples; and Jimmy Coleman.sportsmanship :: will be issued to vail. I
Week Ending Aug. 2. 1968 :,ood 1t'8ftP' ee 1MPt. ; Methodist ty team members Hall said
From all reports fishing has John Presser Jaxn who Mho The group caught reek bs Church team members: Jeff
been poor this past week f'tI here ftCw weekend and al and red snapper Seak. manager; Buddy Tay All the fins with the exception .
(.o. ) .aya brings in some Aoh. this lor. highest team batting av of the front dorsal of
floglrr Beach Pier week he caught 35 mangrove' earge.; Metts team member the Mack trouper are edgedin

Cecil said the blues ran snapper Sam G rme. lax WADSWORTHTEAM Henry Papas manager and black, according to Ron
dMn't do bad. he had 2 trout highest team batting average Schilling of Riverside Villasin
for 2 then stepped.
good days
SOFTBALL Homosassa, Florida These
and 7 bass.
Drum are still being taken It was reported to have
< t hit have an over-all grayish
and a few Spanish mackerel.Somebody -o- been an outstanding seasonand
on the pier was During the month of July LEAGUE CHAMPS the ball players are l lookIng color to brown In certain color .

fortunate to land a :36 lb. 00bia many of us noticed Urge ereatures Wadsworth Lumber Company forward to next season phases
leaping out of the won the softball league They extend their thanks toT
(-oMorinalond-) water These huge specimensare title by defeating Flagler A. Jones who made the The succulent flesh of the
PierA known as Manta Rays or County Insurance Agency league possible by devotinghis spotted Jew'Ash Is fine-grain
Devil Fish. They have a bat. three games to one Wads time and efforts to make and white according to Ron
few catches of whitingand like appearance They travelin Schilling of Riverside Villas
worth won the first game their softball season a success
drum being taken.0 pairs or groups near the 17-5: the Insurance team won In Homosassa. Florida
(- -) surface: of the water They
The spotted Jew fish is also
commonly known as the
black sea bass according' to
Ron Schilling of Riverside
Villas in Homosassa Florida.


These Mustangshave CLASSIFIED f





to go. ADVEITISINGr.I



SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fields Installed; Rota-Roter
At nail shell Reasonable prices.

our pnces yousay" Call George Jarosz, 437-3410 8-1-tf

--- ---- --
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet -
us help beautify Flagler

can't No! County. Large variety of evergreens
palms, hedge plants
5% miles S of Bunnell OP
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc
---- ----
.. Repossessed 1967 Singer Sew.
a ing Machine, rig zags, builtin -
l
buttonholer decorative
: //0 i stitch etc. Wanted someone

In this area to finish 5 payments
at $1015 or cash balance
of $43.GO. Guarantee still
good Can be seen and tried
out In this area For more Information

write Mr Parker.
I .4; ,4 R-I---- Box 393 Deland, Florida.
July 4. TFC
-- ------- -
FOR SALE Rent or LeaSt'Z -

bedroom Florida room,
beach house with carport. Ph.
437-3472. Mar 7-TFC
_
FOR SALE-Four adjoininglots

corner of Flagler Avenue
and 6th St., Flagler Beach
S3500. Call: Mrs. Margaret
Givens Tel. 439-2035. 7-25-4tc:
} a M'
M b
Y b
Man or Woman to succeed
Rawlelgh Dealer In W. Flag

... her Co. or Bunnell. Over 25

preferred and car necessary
4- .. Can earn $US and up per
week from start Write Raw-
i leigh FUI-360.1145 Memphis

i Tern.- 38102.. Aug. 1, 8, 2tp.
-
Would like to hear from dependable

7 person with car regarding
Fare : opportunity to supply

You'll have to see our Big Ford ,.w consumers in W with Rawlelgh Products -
4J Flagler Co. or
clearance prices to believe them. Bunnell Write Rawleigh,

Dept FLH.360518. Memphis,
Tenn. 38102. Aug 15, 22 2tp.
-----
BE A FULLERETTE-Earn
.' a"'i $25: to $::50 in spare time in

your own neighborhood sellIng -
Come get our low well known products. Ph.
$ Daytona Beach 252-6345.
-
,
clearance priceMustang.
n -_ Aug. 8. 15 2tp.

_, for 20_Inch floor or window fans,

powered by Westinghouse
$13.95. Just a few left Jerry's
Furniture Old Dixie Hwy 2
ml. South of Korona. Phone
We business.Big Savings
mean 437-3752. g-ltc'.

YARDSERVICE-For
good dependable -
care of your lawn
and hedges, call 437-3153 or
BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY Inc. Bunnell Florida contact Willie J. Shellnun.
Apt. 1 Housing Project Up.s .


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