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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079914:00449
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. M NO. 3S TH3MDAT. AUGWT 22. 19Gf S&M A TEAR i


SCHOOL BOARDIN EOUALIZATION

SPECIAL MEETING

MEETINGAt SEPTEMBER 3

Tuesday Sept. 3 was the
a special meeting Tuesday date set for the tax equaNM-
afternoon, the School tien meeting by the BunneM
Board reassigned the naffer City Commissioners at their
Beach eighth grade bade to meeting Monday night The

Bunnell Elementary' Sehool meeting" will be at 7:00 p. m. I
No. t seventh will
The grads at the Bunnell Civic Center.In .
remain at Flagler Beach Be other business the commission .
mentary School. ,1 :

The Flagler Beach School s !
VFW
Granted' permission to
will have an anticipated enrollment
Auxiliary. to use the Civic ,
of 136 In 1
grades r
Center building and grounds
thru 7. There will be six regular .
for a Halloween Carnival October
teachers and a part-tlme 31.Took .
remedial teacher. PRE-REGISTRATION FOR STUDENTS SCHOOL TERM
no action on a request
The following school aides OPENS WITHCONFERENCES from K. C. Godwin to operatea
under the EIE program were
business In a residential
appointed: Mrs. Cynthia Cobb district..
Miller. Bunneil High School;
Mrs. Patsy Durrance. Flagler The school term officially Reported a representativefrom
Beach Elementary School; and opened Monday as teachers Mel Conner and Associates
Mrs. Queenle Jackson and assembled for two week pre Planners and Engineerswas
Mrs. Trudy Mae Underwood. school I conferences. Fully working In the area securing
Bunnell Elementary No. 2 staffed faculties were avail data for the city's comprehensive

formerly tSupplements able at all three schools. study.

for Individual 1 Practically all classroomsin Agreed to hold a special

coaches were approved. The all schools have been re meeting this month to workon
coaches were Jack Hall Jack eK painted. Floors In the main the 19GS-69 tentative bud.

llardin. Joe Kirkland and Miss M building of Bunnell High 11.
Suit Bradley of Bunnell School have been reflnished.'

High School and Herbert The third floor auditoriumat FLAGLER BEACH
Bleackshear at Bunnell Elementary Bunnell High School has
School No. 2 (formerly been converted Into a business COMMISSIONADOPTS
Carver education suite. The suite

Superintendent James O. contains a classroom typing BUDGETThe

Craig stated that he dW not room wired for electric type. City of Flagler Beach
have any applications for the writers and a supply room. Commission adopted a $209.-

custodian position at Flagler BIS Guidance Counselor Mrs. Hugh Morgan right, and The old stage area will be 500.00 budget for the 1968-69

Beach School. The Board approved Principal Clifford McCrtff are shown registering students, t to r. used for a supply and mime- fiscal year when they met
a salary Increase David Miller. Patty Meeklns and Ann Meeklns. graph room as well as work Thursday night. The budget
which would make the Job room for the school annual which Includes the general
BUS ADMINISTRATION & LIBRARY Bt G. I
pay $160 a months '-> staff.. New jyp&gjabjesand! __ arvd watarfund-was adopted'
*
chairs are being provided/ b> F :Srv9l. The new

LAKE NEOGA A new demonstration budget shows an Increase of
+ science classroom has been $5.72100 0last years $208-:
STILL SAFE I ro J S 4 4 provided at Bunnell High 776.00 budget.

FOR SWIMMERSA School This provides a junior The commissioners also:
high science classroom senior Voted unanimously to Increase
sanitary survey and water .r high classroom and a lab. the librarians annual
samples taken August 6 by oratory. salary from $360 tom.

County Sanitarian Gene Holly School will officially open Adopted an ordinance
Indicate Lake Neoga is still for students on Tuesday. September granting an exclusive franchise
safe for swimming. Water 3rd at all three to Coastal Cable TV Co.,
samples from the popular schools. Inc. to operate and maintain
swimming site are examinedonce cable television within the

a month during the summer r
city.Adopted
season Holly said. STORES PLAN a resolution determining
the rate of taxationfor

FOR SCHOOLRetail fiscal year beginning October
KERLONC AND CUSSON 1, 19G8: setting the mill-
merchants In Bun
VISIT FLACLER age of 6 mills upon all prop.
nell welcome the return to
erty subject to ad valorem
William F. tBilir Herlong.Lwsburg school. It means people will taxation for general operat
Republican candIdate be coming back from vacations ing expenses and 2 mills for
FLAGLER BEACH ELEMENTARY and resume regular
for 'Isi.or bonded
Congress was a \ indebtedness.'
In Flagler County Wednes shopping routines. Approved closing the Pier
day. Flagler Beach businesses Restaurant Sept. 8.21 for

Herlong is a businessmanwho have had a good summer and general repairs.

is making his first bid -- they expect a slack season Hired Franklin Clark at
for a major political office until the winter visitors start $1.70 per hour as sanitation

Ills opponent is Bill Chapped arriving.In truck driver.

of Ocala.Dr. 5 '' their advertisements In Agreet to conduct a public
.
.
James A. Glissen. Eustis, a< "" the Flagler Tribune this weeka hearing Sept. S at 7:30 p. m.
Republican candidate for number of local merchantsare concerning parking within the
Florida State featuring "Back to School"theoft'M"S block of the city park.
Legislature, wasa ill .o.r
IftI In their advertising.
visitor in Flagler County !
last week.Glisson. .. Land 'n Sea Fashions plana F. B. TAXPAYERS
sidewalk fashion show Friday .
is chiropractor
a young
who has been activeIn night at 8 o'clock. Twenty PLAN DISCUSSION
-five local high school and
civic
affairs of Lake Coon
college students will displaythe Water rates and law en
His is Jackson
ty. opponent
latest school fashions from forcement will be the two
Bryan. Palatka attorney topics discussed at the Flag
the show window In front of

.. the store. let Beach Taxpayers Assn.
.." meeting Monday, August 26 at
The will vlf'th
MRS. HAISTEN ..'.- ... L Y' public
:\ w .-;.tl. 7:30: p. m. according to an as
1'M:
.a...; fashion show from the side.walk.
PASSED AWAYIN Doors will be opened sociation spokesman. The
BUNNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NO. 2 GYM meeting will be in the Flag
after the show for further
NEW SMYRNAWord viewing and shopping. let Beach :Municipal Recreation
Hall.
has been received" of
t Rodgers Fond Store and All members
are urged to
the death of Mrs. Frances r
Thriftway Store and JiffyFood
attend and the public is Inv
Haisten, Flagler Beaeh. who Stores all feature "back vlted.
died Saturday In Fish Memorial to school" specials In their ad.
Hospital New Smyrna d vertising.
Beach after Ill TIDE TABLETides
an extended Cooks feature
Sundry will a
ness.Mrs. complete' line of school supplies for August 22-23
Haisten& was born In and fountain specials. HIGH LOW

Bntndage. Ala. and was a resident Bakers's 5 It Is
10 special. Day A.M. PM. AJkL PAL
of Crescent City, Floridafor Izlng In all 'round school 22 7:06 7:30 12.54 12:"
a number of )?&rs. She clothes well school
as as sup 23 7:43 8:06 1:30 1:36
moved to Beach about
Flagler plies. 21 8:24 8:43' 2:06 2:18,,
ten from Dothan
years ago
15 9:06: 9:21: 2:18 3:00
Ala.She Cottonseed Is one of the 26 9:43 10:06 3:21 3:42
Is survived by a daughter most important sources of :27 10:30 10:43: 4:06: 4:30
Melinda na"t n. cooking and table fats. 23 11:18: 11:36I: :" 3:21



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EDITORIALSCHOOL *
NOTEBOOK Paper e .
BELLS RING :

The ea"efree' summer' has about eeme to an MM! for about
1300 Ftagier County student The teaehers have already assembled D. A.

to make plans for the new school term. They will soon
cl ck
ring the school bells.A ROAST lb. 49

radical change in prospects for the new school year has
taken place during the summer. In June we were faced with
a large number of teacher and principal resignations loss of U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
federal monies and teacher and principal salary schedules that
were much below neighboring counties.
STEAK lb. 59
Principals and supervisors were resigning: as (as' as they
Mere hired. Then the School Board adopted a new salary schedule .
and now all vacancies have been filled. Money is a magic
word when is comes to staffing schools with competent per Lyke's SLICED FREE


sonnel.We believe the School Board made a very wise decision In PICNICS <
naming Cliff McGriff supervising principal of Bunnell High lb. 39Lean

School.and He coach.did a good Job here seven years as assistant principal


For the past four years he has gained additional experienceat
St. Johns River Junior College In Palatka. He is leaving a
good Job to accept' the challenge to build a good school program Western (CENTER CUT) I I Lyke's "Sugar CreekFRANKS "
at Bunnell High School.

The Flagier Beach Elementary School lost their highly successful PORK CHOPS
principal of many years as well as four of their teach
ers. They are most fortunate to have a new resident with the lb. 73c 12 0:. 391ft
experience and qualifications of Mrs. Ernest Frough to takeover Cello Pkg.
the reins next year.
We have looked at the credentials of moat of the new faculty Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2V4-2V4). Avg. WHOLE

and we appear to have a well rounded faculty for all


schools.This writer has had some experience as a teacher county 2for15'STREAK

superintendent, parent and PTA worker. And, it is with this
meager background that we offer some suggestions that might
work for an even better school program this year.

1. The School Board has done In the
a good Job staffing
schools and providing for their needs. The School Board shouldset
the policies and charge the superintendent with the responsibility I O'LEAN WHITE BACON lb. 39'Double I

to see that the program Is carried out. The Board shouldbe
careful not to undermine superintendent or principals by Interfering

with administration In the Individual schools. Luck (Limit 3 Please) No. 303 CanS
2. Teachers should consider that their main mission Is to Each MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
teach. It Is not their responsibility to tell the principal or Board EN BEANS IOC .. .
who to hire or fire or what policies to follow. Local teachers, FLOUR
particularly, should be careful not to cripple administrators by Morion's 26 ox. Box
running to Board members or parents with their administrative Ea.
problems. SALT IOC 5 Bag' 29C

3. Parents must assume the attitude that the teachers will
Bama 19 Jar
do the best they can for each child thru the cooperation of par ox. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orde
ents. Parents should not become Irked at a teacher merely upon PEANUT JELLY Ea. 490
unfavorable comments of a child. When a problem arises In BUTTER

grades or discipline the parent and teacher should confer for the Regular Pkg. of 239C
benefit of the child. After all that is what the school Is for-the KRAFTORANGE
SCOT Each
child. TOWELS

These few thoughts could go a long way toward makinga JUICE
really good school program next year. And that Is what we Hood "33"BLEACH / Gal.
really want. Each
1ge Vs Gal.Bottle.
John A. Clegg 49''

Joy your Flagier Tribune.
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
LETTERSTO My son Jim Camp, always
gives me his copy after he has
THEEDITOR read It, and I look forward to FROZEN FOODS
It each week. Especially am I -
t interested' In your editorials
which I consider excellent and I Tin 37C Mr*. Paula 9 ox. Pkr.

timely.Recently 1 sent two issues to FISH STICKS Each 37c
Flagier Tribune, Bunnell, Fla. Stamford. Connecticut to Mrs. Limit 1 with $5.00; or more food order

It was the writer's privilegeof Vic McKenzie. Here Is her re- Mr. C. 9 OZf ptf.
attending the family night action in a letter this week: FRESH PRODUCE
banquet last Thursday eve, of "I received the papers and enjoyed FRENCH FRIES IOC'Colden
the 4.11 Club summer encampment them't'ry much. Jack
Lake McQu a rr)', Clegg's editorial I concerninghis RipeBANANAS
Ocala National Forest as the early life, among other "' "
guest of our 4-H leader and things was outstanding. I tOe
County Farm Advisor. want to have some copies CHEER
made of It." U. S. No. 1POTATOES
Five west Florida counties;
Dixie, Suwann Gllchrlst You are being appreciated. ''ba.
Lafayette and Flagier were Keep up the good work! 10 49C Giant
represented with 153 4.11 Sincerely, Size 47
Yellow Cooking
members.We Mary F. Jones

the could fine not spirit help and but clean observe (Mrs. Bob Jones) ONIONS 3 '"" 29C Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order

wholesome fun these youngsters
BIRTHDAY DATA
were" enjoying, under the
watchful care of qualified recreation Happy birthday this week to:
directors and our Today: Robert L. Danner,
own Mr. Don Jordan, who was Peggy Misslnne. Marie Will-
head of the encampment lams.
Much credit should be given Friday: Minnie Duncan.
to our 4-H dub and their Franklin Buchanan. FOOD RODGERS STORE
fine leader, for the good work Saturday: Agnes Everhart 1 1I
they are dolnc.Lman. Sunday: Gladlne Chalflnch. uim
L. CageGainesville. Margaret hall Peggy Wells I (
Susan Wendy Crews.Monday I
: Pearl Blakely. I
Florida Tuesday: Ruth Whlteley.Dennis (111
August 13 1968 Cay Mildred Rockett. OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 43T- 22?
Dear Jack: Kay Frances Lowe DwayneWlgle. 8:00 a-nu-ItOO p.m. ( U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
For some time I have want. Stevle French.
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good
ed to tell you how much I en- Wednesday: Mabel Frank August 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26, 1968tZht



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:-011 VWT TOOK WBtTZBM STATKS CALENDAR OF 3-THC: FLAOUKB TWWWfE TtfOfltw AOOWT tt, 19MATTSWO

Joe and Ztata Smith of Miss Cella. Lord. Miss Joyce EVENTS SffMNC In TsllaliaaiK Sa day verse

Bowling Green, Ky. arrived Emery and Quinton Emery ...
Carl Ca -.
CMWU Larry
last week to saitd two weeks are enjoying two wiefcs vacation ]den ..,. Als.am M: Rti,a, WHNOtrl ..
Mrs. StwrtaMi.Btaimaa 4t1+
11.I.L. Ilrrl.t a* TM at .. Gladys
with hr+ptnntt, Mr. and Mrs. touring the WlMarastaM I
Shetton Burtu and MA CIUp.I .. Asnsre e, MIL ....... hullo Alsleat tttatle boa lraasiilatlsaitat *. ttanisy JfeyafcMf. MIl
MM. ___
and MviwySHELL
.- -... a 1Mtgttle ''C4)

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ns_ rblasih lisas d.....

Flagler Beach Barber Shop -. at TJi p. m. at fthjBtaawanMt .
era Hwy AlA
Plagues Benoit.7bosday .
(..)
-Winter Prices-
August 2T: Bennett .
Lions Clv I.........
mttHmf at 1*:** !.. mat tfcee HAS HIGH VOLUME INTERSTATE
All Haircuts $1.50 INtNM4I a.te CIWH.
SERVICE STATION
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( > .
Hey Sewt Twep 496 rfu.
Closed all day Wednesday .., :
(...) iW'airtna FOR LEASEPaid
ftair AiA kma Oil
myf t\w wi K>: Bey'
Stout Troop 4ft f&At tweeting. -
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Training

ATTENDING

DEC Financing Available


tartan Gene Flagl IfoHy. County CeuMy Health Sani- Local and Transit Traffic

Department and Ralph Mar-
bert water plant operator

f j City of Flagler Beach plan to
Call WriteD.
take a Chemistry course for or

water and sewer plant oPf'l'a.tors

beginning August 27. J. WHEELER
1968. at the Daytona Beach
Papermate Pens Junior College and endtog WEEKDAYS 725-6490

December 19 1968. The course
will require attending classes NIGHTS and WEEKENDS 744-2703

two nights each week from 7
The Flair
to 10 p. m. and will consist of P. O. BOX 8217, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
study of fundamentals of

chemistry In their specific application
to water and sewer
4 plant operations! A better

understanding is hoped to be ATLANTIC HARDWARE
gained of the chemical con
1

Pencils with trol and the qualities treatment connected of water & SUPPLY CO., INC.
Paper
for drinking purposes. The

primary reason for study KITCHEN CABINET DOORS
courses such as this Is to provide
Note Books CrayonsJIFFY plant operators with a PLASTIC LAMINATE COVERED
better>> knowledge of water
quality production and control 25c and 50c Each

and provide the consumers
with good drinking water. MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH II
O O
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i PHONE 439-2303

PIE CLASS

AT DEC
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
Y Five six wrelf
PBX training haven add 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657
ed to the fall evening schedule
BUNNELL FLORIDA
at DBJCs school of applied ,

science. FREE ESTIMATESBAR
Adults sixteen or older may
Food Stores register daily at DBJC for the FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS

section of their choice. BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS

AI section will meet twice LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

weekly and are scheduled to Office Credenzas and
Adjustable Shel.inrBA
Bunnell Flagler Beach organize August 26 and 27 and
October 3. 7. and 12. VANITIES-BREAKFAST BARS

Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts

Cotton fibre comes from the FINE HARDWOODS
-..-.."
boll of the plant
Most orders flllod within IS working day Now Swing
fflLL DIRT SHELL all areas in 75 mile tad. of :unl 1L
,
WE MAKE
I CALL COLLECT Day 437-3S13 flight 4M-2S7S
OUR OWN PAINT
Bulldozer-Dump Trucks- AKBAMGED
EVENING PLANNING
Sort
BUT DUecV -Why

BackhoeEndloaderTOMMY For StoreGALLONS


3 LATEX Y CI"7S"

DURRANCET. ...rW-Kit"riv Flagler County Insurance

Gallons 1
AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO. 2 'ItI
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Outside White
Flatter Beach-Tel. 439-2471
Agency Inc.
OIL BASE FOX WOOD ,

Yeoman Nationwide

Paint Factory All Forms of Insurance
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305 East Moody BI.d.I IPhone 437-3171

ON TIMECERTIFICATES Lr.OAL AD"ERTIlIC.C Bunnell, Florida 32010

lM 501 .tCU'r.IT FOR sine
LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSDISTANCE
N'otlc !. b.r.by tnn that the
Board of County CommUnlon
or n .Ur County, Vferlda. will
VOUtftIACOUMTT MINIMUM SXOOO-M DAYS r.e.lr..at.d bid I until th. 3rddajr -- -
or H.pt.mbr.. X It. 111/t. .t
RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY ctlo hour of M o'clock a. m. lath
NATIONAL offic of th* Clerk of th* Circuit -
Court In tb. Stagier County When you
BANK C77-S217 Courthouse for th. followIng Z
Ph. 175 W. Granada "IETGEORGE
1.1 NntnApproslmat.ly
Onnood leach. Florida
21.... boardfoot ..
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foot hear. ataad l twoApprottmauly =" MEANS ,
-- .. board
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toot r x c. f and M DO IT!
tt.t 1_.. died two owes.Aroroslmatoly Sim
...... board NOTHING! .
toot t- ironch.. ir. tr '"' ,,s.

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. and ADaroilBMUly W ..... ><..*. board Wo fey Poatego Both Woyt
foot .- .
x If rough II ft and
*. ft lour Use -Save-By-MailM Service
H. CBAIC. Funtral Director To b. delivered to Stagier
County Ataekade when and a. 0 d b.lA.1 fdrd tw+..e.1 lw.Mwis.r i M sod
JOHN CAPO. Manager ordro INd t. 0o or the flral
frm October I. Ml
roar
through H..t....lIer ft. 1543.
AIR OXYGEN Th. Board ree.rr.o tile right
LADY U moot nr ana all l Md .
CONDITIONED I j EQUIPPED EMtd at BuBfl "'. rforid*. this IafSRRr >t
I ATreDArrr I lltb -ST y ./A? .-K A. r). 1543.Sr.AflLlQtt.
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MAIN Of'ICI,
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Phone I ID 7-3532 C. IL WAH. Jj 2M--II.....It.aa.uoe
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201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA OfrKf.1T E u. WOO l' Merle
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fLAGLER TMBVNC THURS. AU--; 'T 22 c96$ ENTERTAI AT BARE SALE SATURDAY

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MISS STANLEY.MR. COFFII; \v EUO: n.Il:: ::-:. M GRIFF LUNCHEON AT HACK

-r 7 1 Mr, Walter Morris enter The Bunnell High 9e*.elg

KULESKI tmed with a ....*.I-.dMon +nd Majorettes will he *

ARE ENGAGED > mia) for rustle sf the Ftipsae ftsfce Sale Saturday msminct
Club at hot hew. CIN p- 8:. hi fHHSt .C SMe FlagtecMM
M,. and MM. G C Stanley.CtaassM .1 :street. JnimeM.High Bnacfi OnV

City. announce theengjfcatmeiit ustir WM Mrs. S. Hi Pseeeds froM dote prajset

and approaching u amerofi and s* matriftffe of tin daughter s was Mrs. J. O. Craig majsfette uniforms, aeeordtacto
Erick s. Ku
Vivian Lea to
Susie Peterson, chairman.
tot !. MA of Mr. and Mrs M s. Grace Wray and Mrs.

Merry F. KufreM; 619 New M.-rgaret haggles visited in Miss Minnie Duncan Flag

Hama..hife Avenue. Flagle- OeLand Tuesday with their ler Beach has as her house

8NdL uncle Thomas Smfehdeal. who guests Mr. and Mrs. Pats J
will be Saturday
The wedding u convalescing at home aftera Hendershot of Pine Mountain&
31 at 3 m. in
August p. recent illness. Valley Ga.
the enamel of Howe Memorial

Methodist Church. Crescent Tax Assessor' and Mrs. Den Mrs. Watt and daughter

CMy. Moore and children returned Mrs. Dot Read are visiting at
The bride-elect was graduated home last Thursday from Cocoa with, Mrs. Read's son
Crescent city
from Wa>nesvile.) N. C. where they and family.
School and I attending
High *
visited two weeks with her
Daytona Beauty School at '_ -1. L parents Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Theo C. Heifl. BHS faculty

Daytona Beach.tier 1963 graduate Mrs. J O. Craig, left gave a coffee Thursday morning honoring Sawyer. member, has returned' home
flnee. a
Mrs. Clifford wife Bunnell from several weeks' visit In
of Btmnell I High School, attended McGriff. second from right of
Daytona Beach Junior High School's new principal at her home on -emon Street Assisting VISITING IN MARYLAND Minnesota and Canada.Mr. .

College and served three the hostess at the refreshment table were Misses Santa Miss Diana MeKnlght has
and Mrs. Russell Walk.
years with the Marine Corps. Bradley, r, and Eloise McClure, second from left Other invited returned home to Landover.Md. .
after visiting at Flagler er and sons of Oak Hill visited
No Invitations are being guests Included Mrs. A. B. Johnston. Mrs. Dale Brown. Mrs. S. J. with his
Beach with her parents Mr. In Bunnell Sunday
tent but all friends and relative Broadaway. Mrs. J. Hargett. Mrs. Gladys Sturman. Mrs. Viola and Mrs. J. H MeKnlght. aunt. Miss Lucille Walker.
of the couple are Invl.t.f'd Tonkin, Mrs. R. Burns Mrs. Louis Stefllk, Mrs. C. Anders Mrs. Her brother Busy Me-

to both the ceremony and M. B. McDaniel. Mrs. Keene Gumee. Mrs. Jack II a rdl n. Mrs. Knight accompanied her HOUSEGUESTS

reception. W. WI| Deen. Mrs. Walter Morris Mrs. Webb Mrs. W.
Brooks. L. home and will" remain. for Sara Rodgers of Titusville

VISITS IN WISCONSIN Wadworth. Mrs. Dave Ferryman and Mrs. Rem MunayTILTOITS two weeks. spent several days in Bun.

Mrs. Naomi Hosford and --HOST FAMILY CET.TOCETHER nell last weekteiting her
Mrs. Vlollce Rau- Mark and Natalie Hannah parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C
daughter COUNTRY CLUB PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith had as houseguests last week Rodgers.
tenon and Wesley haveI't"turm'd
son ,
White were hosts at a family get-to his sister Mrs. Eloise Alexan Also visiting at the Rodgers
home from The summer home of Mr. gether Sunday at their homeIn der. Sheffield. Ala.; his brother home last week were Mr. and
Lake Wisconsin where they and Mrs. S. J. Tllton. Jr. at Haw Creek Woodrow Hannah and Mrs. Daniel Rodgers and
visited Mrs. Hosford's mother, Flagler Beach was the setting Family members joining niece Mis. Bill Hudson and daughter who" drove down
Mrs. Stella Brief. Saturday night for an "out them for the occasion were children of Florence Ala. from Arkansas to pick up

door supper party" for Country Mary Way. Mrs. Ruth Smith their sons who had been vis
HOME FROM COLLEGE Club members their husbands and AI Smith of Bunnell Mrs.
; Mrs. G W. Moody. Baxley. iting with their. grandparents.BEACH .
Sue Broadaway who is at. and guests. Elsie Mattern. Dayton Ohio; Ga. Is visiting at Flagler

tending Georgia Southern More than forty Joined the Virgil Smith. Flagler Beach; Beach with" her brother In law VISITOR
College, Statesboro Ga. arrived hosts for the gala affair. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark and and sister. Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
home Monday to visit children High Springs; Mr. Robertson Miss Leslie Bowen arrivedvia
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. HOME FROM VACATIONMr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith and jet from Sharon. Mass to

Broadaway. children St. Augustine; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George C. visit her grandmother Mrs.
Sue will return to college and Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. Waymon Lawton Brown Cleveland Ga. are Bradford Bowen at Flagler
when the fall term begins and children have returned and daughters Opa Locka and visiting Mr. and Mrs. L O. Beach.
September 20 home after vacationing several Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Robertson Klnsey at Midway Park. .Leslie will remain until
days In Ohio T.nnf'UH.and ,
Mlddleburg. after the Labor Day weekend.Recent .
Weekend houseguests at Smoky Mountains. Mrs. L Vucovich and children .
the home of Mr., and Mrs., Returning home with them FRIENDLY CIRCLEENTERTAINED Debbie and Wayne, have visitors at the homeof
from Dayton Ohio for two
Dean Peterson were their returned to their horn. at Mr and Mrs., Mike Ensley
weeks visit was Mr., Smith'ssister
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daughter In law and grandson Mrs. Jeff Seale entertained Pensacola after two weeks at: Flagler Beach were her
Mrs. Elsie Mattern.
Mrs. Pam Peterson and the Friendly Circle Thursday visit at Flagler Beach with, mother Mrs. Ruth Price and

Todd. The Peterson's son. evening at her home, Mrs. Vucovich's daughter and son Charles and Mrs., Ensleys
Susie Peterson was In Mia
Dean is at Camp Blanding In Moore Street Bunnell. son In law Dr. and Mrs. Ben grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
mi last week to attend the De-
CCS Reserve training. Molay convention. Mrs. Ray Mercer presidedand 'Lacy. Curtis> Greene and Curtis

the devotional was given Greene Jr. all of Knoxville
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan Mrs. Tom Lenssen and Debbie Tenn.
by Mrs. W. W. Deen.
William
MaJ. and Mrs. Livingston
and children and Al Rochelleof
Patty and Happy Meek-
and children of Ma- Plans were" completed for a
Nashville, Tenn. are stayIng Ins returned' home Wednesday Marie
"potluck picnic" for membersand Muzyka and Dot Web.
nassas. Va. arrived Monday to
at Massles, Motor Court from N. C where
Ashville.
left
ster Thursday morning
visit a week In Bunnell with their families at Flagler
while visiting at Flagler they visited Mrs., Lenssen's for
his mother Mrs. Gladys Stur Beach State Park Saturday. a vacation trip to the
Beach with Mrs. C. W. Dun. ,
man. Sept 21 at 5 p. m. mother, Mrs. Tom Humphries. western' states.

can. Mrs. Seale served a tempting .

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mann salad course to ten mem
BIRTH and children of Macclennyspent bers.GEORGECUSACK.

ANNOUNCEMENTS the wekend, in Bunnell BACK-TO-SCHOOL

CRAIG MICHAEL JENNINGSMr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Edwards and family.
and Mrs. James Jennings

33 Juniper Ormond VACATION TRIP
Beach are the parents of a HEAD QUARTERS
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson
six pound-eleven ounce son
and son and Mr. and
born August 20 at 2:35
a. m.
Mrs. Lloyd Robertson and
at Bunnell General Hospital. family returned home Sun. BOYS GIRLS
lie has been named Craig
day from Marathon where
Michael Jennings.HOSPITAL.
they spent a week vacation.
ing. Shoes Shoes
NOTES

ADMITTED: Rose Abraham. Visitors at the George Moody } .M1 Dresses

Flagler Beach; Charlotte Lut- home at Flagler Beach Sun. r Pants

ton. Flagler Beach Helen Kin- day were Mr. and Mrs. Miles sr Skirts
N')', Bunn lI; Henry Grady Moody and son Miles of Atlanta Shirts I
Lee Bunnell; Pearl Blakely. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. ''I'I Blouses
Bunnell; Molly Lane Bun. Tom Lemon of Jacksonville.

nell; Bertha Plummer, Bun. Underwear Panties
nell; Mae Bell Grant Bun. CARD OF THANKS
nell; Willie Rollins. Bunnell;
Juanita Gillyard. Bunnell; May we take this methodof Sox Slips

Rosa Mae Baker Bunnell. thanking our neighbors and
friends for their cards., visits ENGAGEMENTThe
DISMISSED: Eleanor Hunter -
and many acts of kindness marriage of Miss Alma
Milton Pelllcer, Fred Hall.Bertha .
Robertson Hazel Wil- during Mr. Gard I'. recent Jean Cusack and Charles RUGS YARD GOODS

Hams George Twlgg. Ruben Illness and confinement at William George will" take

Gard l. Julia Pendarvis Florence Bunnell General Hospital. place Saturday evening at 6 PATTERNS
Ramsey. Sandra Abbott These expressions of at St. James Baptist Church

Mae Gurley. Larry Stephens thoughtfulness have been Bunnell her parents have an-

John Mlnchew. Albert Wll- deeply appreciated.' nounced.She Note Books Paper Pencils
Hams Paulette Verdell. Ruben and Relda GardelBINGO Is the daughter of Mr.
- and Mrs. Charles William Cu

sack of Bunnell. She Is a Book Bags Cases Straps
graduate of George Washington

8:00 P. M Carver High School, attended Poster
: Volusla County Com Paper Construction Paper

munity College and Is a secretary .
FREE REFRESHMENTS at Florida Memorial


TONIGHT (Thursday) College.Her fiance, a native of Fort 2i i2 =

FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL Pierce Is living In Rochester iBAKER'S
N. Y.. where he Is employedby
-SPONSORED BY- Delco Products and Sears

Disabled American VeteransJim Roebuck. He attended Rochester .
Business Institute and 10dTHE
Booe Chapter No 86 Florida Memorial College, 5 &

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NO MINORS ALLOWED Navy and three years In the-

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,i.c4 uros dominate our rear MKTHOOttl CHORCMNCWt g-THE PLAOUCR TRIBUNE TIURf- AUGUST ML 1M
'n to society True value*
can be loot when man .... .
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rHatkMMhip le CM and. Ms irwsy, August 33 will beTti.wMMiw MAKE
fellow man. Christianity tsafHores Da> at time ....
; that taw life af fee ladividual nail mat United' IdeliedlatChweeit.
be la a ewwtaat cues COOK'SSUNDRY
of reexamlnatioft b fra_se af rieesme J will report dlteet.
Weekly Sermon the fast mov..g. ever-chant ly to" their Sunday School
HOT. Ohm r. T..,.*... raster ing society. Lite Itself keeps chasms at 9...... a. m. & GIFT SHOP
.. .I.* Methodist f fcitTsJl one on his toes If he la lamaintain
A/MUtant WMWltU a levity of proper Official B.a.4 Mtta

A SPECIAL DAY relationships wtt* God and The efctttrh trustees will Your

In times put *hen sweiely man. meet at the church at 7 p. m.

was net 10 affluent and aYe The sabbath. et the Jews Sunday August 35 School
The official board will meet Supplies Headquarters
tomaMfes so plentiful Sunday WH replaced hf the Sunday
had a WTTerent connotation TO of the Christiana for the at 7:30 p. m. All numbers are
the communHy. People had a ChrfoHen Chufeh. However reminded to attf'IMI.
certain reverence for Sunday the proper' relationship>> of a
and ink day wa a day of special day In which man About OurServicemen .-
rest. It also was a day to vials llnds hffMt"tf St"t"ldfIC a closeness .
and enjoy family, friends and with God la a tenant of
loved ones. Today's world of the Christian retifion. This
automation and the "Go Go" day Is set aside so we may
generation has changed attitudea participate more fully in the Air SL Force Rebert. arrived L. foI.in 8klM.Vietnam US John, Janet and Mary will show you
as to a need for constant kingdom. Are we? '"The sab-
pleasurable action to fulfill bath was made for man not August 3rd. Hf has been assigned line of
man's needs.Materialism. man for the sabbath." Mark to the 12th Security our complete
Police Squadron. Sgt. Hosfctne
and sensual 2:27
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
BLUE HORSE SCHOOL
-- Therrvas D. Hosklns. Nerth
Hwy. A-l-A. Flagler Beach.
His address is Sgt. Robert L. SUPPLIESthat
Has kins AF 14937014. 12th
Security Police Sq. Box 318.
after you see APO San Franetsco 96326.ENJOYS have just arrivedSTOP
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We received a note from PFC
bring yourprescription Sam Smith. stationed at Nha AT OUR FOUNTAIN AND TRY THE

to Trang. Vietnam telling us "BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS" THIS WEEK
how much he enjoys receivingthe
Tribune each week.' PFC
Smith Is assigned to the 1st Coke Float I5c
Field Artillery Unit.
'1>'"* (-.0PFC' -J
Boyd Robertson stationed Hot Dog and Coke 30cS

"oI..IonoIBldg.They In Korea with the US
Army. has been assigned to
pedal raining on a pistol & H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN WITH ALL
team.- PFC Robertson was
among a group selected that SUPPLIES
had received an expert rating
In !firing In basic training.
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HOTEL TRAINING

AT DBJC

Efficient planning, organiz ANNOUNCINGTHE
ing. directing' and decision
making procedures for hotel-
motel and restaurant personnel *
will be Covered In two six- .
tern week courses beginllngAugust
26''at DBJCs Mary

Karl .school of applied sciences. Jeff SealeTel.

Guest lecturers from the
hospitality Industry will supplement
437-3223
lectures by Brandon
L. Tiffany Inthe hotel-motel
management course which, is
for hotel or motel managers
Gulf Life
recommended personnel or RepresentativeIN
graduates of the Hotel-Motel
Cashiering and Audit Courses FLAGLER COUNTY
offered at DBJC.
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Tiffany Is presently directorof
c.::.. Daytona Beach Area
Welcome Station.
Fess Include a $500 regis
tration charge and $20 lab
Keep It Beautiful

don't make them fee.Robert II. Wetmore Daytona
retauranteur. and on the faculty If America hind people for the Job It would taka the
like they used to. of DBJCs business department largest sort of army to keep our country free of fitter.
will' Instruct the restaurant But there's no need to hire anyone.If.a job we can
management course do for ourselves.M of us. Every family that spreads a
They may still look like they used to. but which will, cover such pointsas picnic lunch. Every boatman who cruises the lakes and

that doesn't mean we still make them that standard techniques of restaurant waterways. Every motorist who uses our roads and
management Including highways.
way layouts control systems, It Is the pleasure of the U. S. Brewers Association
We used to have a tiny rear window. and the latest legal and sani
each year to give its fullest support to the Keep America
Now there's a big one. tary regulations of the. state Beautiful Campaign. Remember:Every litter Bit Hurts.
We used to have a plain old rear seat. as well, as the industry itself. This to our land. Let's treat it right.
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Now there's one that folds down. I 'L........
Over the engine has been UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
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years power O. F. ALFORD f.O.BOX 273.WMTCft PMS rtOMOA 32789HUICHfIJ
, increased by 76%. Registered
A dual broke system hos been added.

The heater is much improved.Fact Real Estate Broker

is, over the years, over 2,200 such Btwaell. Florida

Improvements hove been mode. Yet, you rl ...

have to be some sort of a car nut to tell a .

new one from on old one. HASTINGS MATTRESS

Which, of course.was the plan.In & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
710-12 Lemon StPalatka.
1949 when we.decided not to outdate -
Florida
the bug. some of the big auto names Phone EA 5-9166

making big fancy changes were Kaiser, Furniture. Upboltertag

HtKfeon and Nosh. Repaired 4 Rettnlshed

Not that we were right ad they were Mattresses & >Box Springs

wrong, but one (fag's for sere:They don't Made to Order Also Renovated
Call Laura Morris 4374233
note them like hWy used to either
After 6:00 P. M.
PRICES REASONABLE

PalatkaBoyer BUDGET FLAN IF NEEDED rd
Jut as near as your '
Fhene or Post Office
Volkswagen
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DII AUAINMT: PAID ) Kathryn U BmerIwputy llalntirr art a*i in drum <.r aoowtlfl
CWrkAwe .a. K or ..*......, .f all 4**
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and required to pre- ---- -- -- Above .......
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wlthlw sit caliadmr 0MM d bn And against you ...d ....;:. P .) NM44I.
item tlMo time of .E > TO tRHIMTUtt* =-s
you are rjMo td .. serve a 15 be made a.Envelop"
'.'''' .f this All creditor of cmBfrBRURL. copyof !>r.rtte... >f*_. mast be ....
; .1 each eIII -...-3rr _1InL who did UIMI 1f as. to 14. on tllLiLJBMIBl plainly marked "wler rot tIe e-
... be writing and y1y whIte a rioMant of (OIIXIBinB. Attorneys for limo ate "
the place VI M TJMMMMaWdmdkn irJ"B"VFWW or County. PIe,... ar ...- l-Ulntlff. whose. address I* nl ... HooM rvoervee the ......
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and shall he sworn N y etoJfn oc ....+M that. :Mew IBMyrnia ........ KVorldja.II4 to.r"" :'I" I
.bale ...!... & .. a4 ... th. or.ljol wHh .
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.. .o!t.shall be vest.5 ('stir ._ .t ... .....,.... a >idtm nt ins y ..*
/ / t. Whit. nolt PIe,...;. wMitn M. e.!*.- entered against yes for the r*> R. COWAiK.
lIrl. of the La.. diar month from the dale of tIN llef demanded m the Co apa-tf>t.WITNBBH eman.
: : .and TretemeaH *f irt .*Mlco.tbMi of this M4-r* my had and seal A .
... H. White, detlaitd.cation Bach claim or demand must h* .., Cotwt on the Ith day tIC If >>nU T. ,'bewlt.Avg .
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ad must .tale the place .. r.oMenc AgGRISRISE )I. "NNNrT.As ---- -
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Jl UNTIL 4IHIIIT. tinted ".." .. ,He ClerkAlNT SS. 4tr PlegI r Costy. ww
ll roll "L.UiLI.H L. aaIJIICt: reeve sealed bids lip to ,t. 3rddry
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: -- th Hoard of l avnjly . ,o.. LEGAL Alit F.ItTI.\T: of dopier Ca *tly. Pt,.rWa. ..
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('K 0" -! IT luruant to p.ooleians wf KWrI4 A It l.... at the. beer of *. buildings for the Are.) Swatlobe. (e
( .n..T' AaHwa. noH** !is herebyplven o'clock n. m. in th.. ....-.. of the t. Slid through lrptt mberIM
: : Ann >M *rroll that puldlc _ilnjr w"l Clerk of the Circuit' Covrt In the 1140.The .
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an acthw for divorce ON highway AIA north of Klacler ".... gallons Oaaolln. regular Ith day of Aujjunt. A. l). I/I5.
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PflMn'ICE $ GtffC which starts praertae Sea*. 3. AI ambaT1a
twenty live vanity The Ml*.* will play in ...... Pin
squad piayei* started .*.* a "Jamba***" game .*... 8 'Itram the pter has !
BARNES SEA FOODOPEN
tie* saasinia Monday at ..... at Daytona Beach Mttatfclpalpetto off with small
......... dropped I
asH Nigh 9eh.-l accwrfiiicHead W 0tMr tn arws esm- catcteea of whiting although
ALL SUMMER Coach Jack Hall In *e y>.laaaoa fame sane foad ca.-a of drum
THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY The player. work out twice will he Sew Smyrna High being taken A few MUM aw
a day. morning and teaic(. School. Lopez and Campbell hawk
FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M. and will he ready to 90 Mead High ....... plu being,. taken on the sea

Thundav, Hall MM The Btilideffs ftrat game of (.0-1
GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN Joe Kirkland will be coachIng the season' la scheduled withCrrscent Bias's nh Camp
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the Bulldog line this season city in Bunnell Sept Looks like John Presser and
and Jack Hardin will be 20
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Southern Fried ChickenWith "4 in over 60 drum and sheeps-
head Mark LeClere. John and
Homemade Biscuit and Honey .. Neil McWilliams. all from
Winter Park had a good
All You Can Eat $1.50 catch of sheepshead/as in all.
k The largest going 9 Ibs. O. M
Pope. O. D. Pope and B. R.
Homemade Clam Chowder Clifton brought In 46 drum
and croakers.
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Jack tells us that the trout
CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS are starting to run. Miss Ftor
once Eby from St. Augustine
FROG LEGS VEAL CUTLETS brought in 18 trout Bubs Co-
lee who runs the charter
\ boat "Tomboy" out of larks
COME AS YOU ARE
had as his party Herman Pad-
PARTIES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS SPECKLED PERCH ARE BITING rock. Dick Costello. Louis Gar
cia. Jim Field and Al Zamba.
PHONE 829-8498 or 829-3485 Willard Splvey center, Is assisted by Jimmy Harper, 1, and (.0Derll's -)
Richard Burfcley, r. In displaying the string of speckled perchhe
South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwjr. 1 of Elbow Fish Camp
boated at Dead Lake last week. Spivey was fishing out We hear that the drum.
At Moultrie-Sign on right Flagler Fish Camp when he caught 98 specks jig Ashing witha sheepshead and bass are bit-
cane pole. Some of the large ones weighed two pounds. Inc fairly pood.Mr .
b Eatman was not at the
camp and we were unable to
get a complete run down on


These Mustangshave the They fishing brought C 1.0.1 in some big

channel bass and cobia. all
caught about 10 miles off Ma
tanzas InletCLASSIFIED
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SE TiC TANK cleaning; drain

'' snail fields shell Installed Reasonable: Rota prices Roter

No! Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 8-1-U

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TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet -
us help beautify Flagler
County Large variety of "e\er
greens palms hedge plants
SH miles S of Bunnell OP
U S. 1. Feb. -tic
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Would like to hear from de
pendabie person with car regarding
t opportunity to supply
iii consumers with Rawlelgh Products .
_____ in W Flagler Co. or
Bunnell Write Rawleigh.
Dept. FUI-3GO-518. Memphis
Tenn 33102. Aug 15. 22. 2tp.

FOR RENT: --Small furnished
cottage, couple only Call 439-
2156 before 9:00: a. m. 8-15-2tc
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SINGER model 66 equippedwith
zigzag and buttonholerin
nice cabinet. 5 payments at
$398 or $4276 cash. For more
Information write Service Sewing .
Center, Box 393 DeLand.
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Florida 32720 Aug 15 tic

BOAT FOR SALE-1966 l
:4J fiberglass SABER runabout-
7MIIJT44f 40 hp Johnson motor and 1968
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________4 GATOR trailer Excellent con
dition. Ph. 437-3264 Itp.
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J WANTED-Service manager
:: ( for Bunnell-Flagler Beach
I Cable TV S>'stem. Electrical
.M experience desirable but not
Ford .- '.. have to see our Big Ford \ necessary.' Call 482-2499 collect .

$ clearance prices to believe them.Mutvinc .\ f Alachua. Fla. 8-22.Itc

.., HOUSE FOR RENT-A1A and
:Ninth Sts. at Flagler Beach.
Call Seville 7492309: 8.:J2-9
519. 3tc
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New rediner:t $49.95 New
M' : low full sized quilted mattress and
= $ Come get our box springs. _..50. Jerry's

clearance price Furnkure. Old Dixie Hwy. 2
:_! mi S. Korona. Ph. U7.3752-
;; .. ; for Mustang. Aug 22. ltc.

DUE TO DIVOftCE-We have
a repossessed 68 model sewing .
needle Dlal-O-Matlc like


We mean business. Big Savings! fancy blind new.holes hems stitches makes, sews monograms, automatic hundreds on buttons, button env of.


broideries, dams patches, etc
Guaranteed.' Assume remain.

BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY Inc. Bunnell Florida ing six payments of $6.00
each. Phone credit Mgr. Daytona -
255-6431 Aug 22 29 2tcr