The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
June 8, 1967
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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BHS, Honor r Rollr The Flagler Tribune .

Final Nine Weeks It Happened in Flagler

County 10. 20..40 years ago

Ninety-seven Bunnell High 7

School students names were VOL. 55 NO. 23 THURSDAY, JUNE 8. _1967 52.50 A YEAR
the Honor Roll for
placed on
of school.
last nine
the COUNTY BOARD Plans BUNNELL NAMESAKE Reid Robertson and Arthur
12th Grades Mrs. Gurnee Pageant .
Carle, two top-notch 4-H club
ahd Mrs. Brown teachers."A" WILL ATTEND 50th
BUYS NEW TRUCKThe boys, attended the 38th annual
Honor Roll Linda
Skolar Katy Emery, Barbara Flagler County boardof Near Completion ANNI. CELEBRATIONMrs. 4-H short course June 10-
15 at the University of Florida.
commissioners the
Pache. Arthur McDanlel. accepted
Susie Bunnell Hall
Roll Dale Ab Bunnell Motor Company's low The Flagler Historical Pag (:)
"B" Honor -
New Smyrna Beach, has accepted Dr. J. E. Rose who had practiced .
bott, Anne Bourne Delores bid of $3,795 for a dump- eant Committee has, been '
Deen, VIM Hem Pat Llngold truck body and chassis at the working diligently for the past an invitation to at. medicine in Flagler
tend the County's Fiftieth Anniversary county since, 1941, retired and
Dennis Clay Walton: Cowart Monday morning meeting of three months preparing material -
Celebration. Mrs. moved to Pensacola. Dr. Rose
the commission. for a pageant to be
.Johnnie Ruth Mil- pre
Ann Hugos, Hall is the daughter of Alvah >had an office in Bunnell until
offer sented during the 50th Anniversary.
Catherine Agreed to accept an
Sandra Scott
ler,: from Lehigh Portland Cement Alonzo Bunnell, for whom the 1952, when he built a home
Julie Wilklns.'lltli
sStanlsh, for of The will be an City of Bunnell was named. and office on Daytoona Ave. in
.. Grades Mrs. Brooks Company the purchase pageant
The Flagler Fiftieth Anniversary Flagler Beach. He retired be.
event of 3 at
and Mr. Hardin teachers. twenty-three acres for use as Monday, July
shell Stadium. The enter committee announcedMrs. cause of poor health.
a pit. Bulldog
"A" Honor Roll Tony
The board Instructed their tainment will consist of eighteen Hall will attend severalof (:)
Parker. the activities scheduled for The Board of County Com
"B" Honor Roll-Sue Broad- attorney to prepare an ease- scenes depicting' the his
Hewitt Dupont Sharon ment on the Deen Road drain tory of Flagler County from the four day bicentennial.Mr. missioners of Flagler County
away, Bunnell operated a sawmill voted to divide "all racing
ditch. the Indian until the
Linda age era present
Patrick, Eleanor Shill,
Claude Yarn appeared be. time. in Bunnell in the early money over $100,000 equally
Knight Ray Krutz. 1900's. When the railroad was with the school board.
fore the board with a requestfor committee
Mrs. Barasa members
10th Grades Pageant
additional work Tenth' built 'thru this area, the trains By a special act of the leg
teachers. on Mrs. H. H. chairman
and Mr. Craig, Murray school
would stop near the mill for islature the board re
Street North at Flagler Beach. Mrs M. B. Mrs.P. .
"A" Honor Roll Nancy ; Fuller
wood to Use as fuel. Thus, the ceives the first $50,000 from
Levi Brannam theboard's
Hargett Terry Rawlins, Brenda requested A, Edmonson, Mrs. Z. G.
assistance for stop became known as Bun the racing money and the
Townsend."B" securing Holland, Mrs. Leona Knight
Honor Roll Carol changes in the .Justice of the and .John A. Clegg, have compiled nell. county commission receives
Townsend, Colleen Tucker, Peace fees. No action was the history of the county Mr. Bunnell, who is now deceased the next,$50,000.

Gary Buckles, Charles Clegg taken by the board. in eighteen chapters. The also has a son livingIn 20 YEARS AGO .

.John McDaniel, Carla Tucker. Instructed 'the clerk to contact copy has been edited by Mrs. Miami who has ,been ex- School Superintendent .John
9th Grades Mr. Hanyenand the State Road Dept for R. W. Cody, Sr. tended an invitation to attend A. Clegg, announced four Bun-

Mrs. Bayless, teachers."B" permission to, use borrow pitsin The script will be narrated, the celebration but the committee nell High School, students
Honor Roll Becky the Northwest section of as the various scenes are en has not received an acknowledgement were awarded state scholar-

Durrance Faye Ht tcheson, the county for a Sanitary acted on the field. Many res.. as yet. ships.
Beth Matherly Barbara Wil- Land fill for Espanola resi idents of the county will be The tour, students were Jim-

'son, Barbara Dodgen; Janet dents. Invited to participate In the mie Babbitt Ray Allen Me-

Haines, Jeanne Hlgglnbothem, Brannams IGA Grocery was exhibition Including descend- A.B.ANDERSONDIES Dougal, Johnnie Mae Sheffield
Ann Meeklns RosAnn Tid- awarded the grocery bid. ants of the old families. and Paulette Carilette.

well., The program of the Flagler IN DAYTONAAveryl (:)

8th Grades Mr. Taylor and ROUTINE MEETING Historical Pageant will be Blaine Anderson, 75, A memorial service was heldat

Mr. Mlddleton, teachers. published in the Fiftieth Anniversary 190 Grove St., Ormond Beach, the Bunnell Community
"A" Honor Roll Minnie FOR BUNNELL Edition of the Flag Building ,widen The! sponsor-
died Sunday at Halifax Hospital -
Deen Catherine Harris, .Judy ler Tribune. The committee is after a long illness.A ship of the American Legion.
Chip Johnston, James COMMISSIONAt also Following the parade a
Patty, considering publishingthe native of Illinois, he moved
service was conducted with
Bryan. the Monday night meet. pageant history. ,
to Winter Park in 1925 and
the Rev. H. B. Murdock
"B" Honor Roll Leo Fleu- ing of the Bunnell City Com lived there until 1949 when post
riei Fred Fruits; dam Mc mission )the city fathers voted 111" "!'" ':\ ,''' ''' ; '' 11 "" Mrs. Anderson :accepted the don chaplain The giving the invoca the

Daniel Vicky Perrltt Kay to lease county equipment for guest speaker,
; 22 DAYS REMAIN position as librarian at Bun. Rev. .John M. DIckson was in
Ferryman Donna Rogers, use in the beautification pro nell High School. He resided troucted W. M.
by Chlmpky
Betty,Steflik.-.Elayne. Tucker,,_ ...."gram ,underway, The. lease is ,. There are only 22 .daysre'-. ,Jlr nnel n.tlll 1 when hand first vloe-eommander,of the
f Sandy Abbott; LyrfaTKnlghtf for $t00! per1 year, malting before the .county S Mrs. Anderson moved :to ,
David Steflik Mark Strick .Other business included the celebrates Its FIFTIETH AN Ormond Beach to reside. post YEARS
40 AGO
land. changing of the street lightat NIVERSARY. A lot of work re- He was district manager for .

7th Grades Mr Hein and the Jail on Moody Blvd. mains to be completed in. Field Enterprises for over 25 Paving operations. began
Mrs. Beasley teachers. from the present 2500 lumen preparation for the event years. He retired in 1957. lie Monday on new State Road

"A" Honor Roll-Lila Allen light to 7000 mercury vapor. Let's all cleanup, paintup and was a member of the Ormond No.4. When completed, the
Nancy Creal Sue Ellen Seale, Authorized :the purchase of be fixed.up, when the visitors Beach Union Church Delta old highway ''by way of Hastings

.Jeff Taylor. two sheets of steel from International arrive for the celebration. Theta Phi Fraternity a graduate 'will be practically abandoned -
"B" Honor Roll Helene Fastener Research of Rollins College in it was thought.The .
Bryan, Karen Clegg, Craig Corp, to be used for drainage :' ':::!"':::::::::"'!jil'um'r"illllllll''I:1!: : !':!:: Winter Park and the Chattanooga old State Road No. 4,
r built of brick
from Jacksonville
Coates Debbie Johnston, Stella covers. Law School Tennessee.
Weaver, Patty Meeklns, Mayor Shelton Barber ex- ,BUNNELL HOSPITAL Survivors include his wife to Bunnell and only nine

Denise Tucker, Ken Tucker. changed the duties of commissioners ADMITTED: Elaine Welch Lucille ,'Rtwo; daughters feet wide, had been carrying
6th Grades Mrs. Tonkin T. H. Wadsworthand Mae Johnson, Glenda Pelllcer, Mrs. Walter E. Vaughn, an enormous amount of trafflc .
teacher. Barbara Cowart Ron- Martin B. McDaniel. Lillian Kersey General D, Gainesville; and Mrs. Robert ,,in view of the fact It wasthe"

ald Herring, James Pounds Wadsworth will Ibe in chargeof Woods Virginia King Jesse Kraxner, Davenport Iowa; a only highway motorists
Davey Solomon Charles Co streets and drainage and Rice, all of Bunnell; Charles son Rex, Canton Mass.; a could drive over to south Flor

wart Christine Higginbotham, McDaniel's duties will Include Tonkin, Mabel Ward, KathyJo brother, H. P., Virginia, 111.; (eta'.
Donna Steflik Cherry Wads- taxation, sanitation city beau- Parrish, all of Flagler a sister Rachel Anderson, (:)
worth. ti flea tion and will serve as Beach; Helen Nolte Daytona Tampa and four grandchildren. Flagler County Commissioners

5th Grades Mrs. Morris liaison for the city and'coun.- Beach; .Jack Davis Ormond authorized signs to be

and Mrs. Murray teachers. ty boards. Beach, Nellie Tinker, Ormond Services were held Tuesday .posted offering a $25.00 reward

Chip Brooks Debbie Hold. Beach; Helen Lytle, Orlando June 6 at 4:00 p.m. at Wood. ,Tfor information leading, to

ridge, Elaine Weeks, Mona C. ROCKETT and Nancy Ranker, St. Elmo ward-Lowther Chapel in Or the conviction of any person

Wetherington Gloria Bass, mond Beach, with the Rev.R. starting or permitting woods
Ted Anders, Paula Kiwala, APPOINTED Ill.DISMISSED: Dalton Arnold, Newell, pastor of the Or fires to get out in Flagler

Kathy Mayfield, Janet Perry. POSTMASTER .Joan Green, Earl Breece, Bev- mond Beach JJnlon Church County according to J. W.
man. erly Crouch JerrY Davis E. S. officiating The body was sent Malphurs board member.
Charles Rockett has been Morris Glenda Pelllcer Hold- Destructive fires had been
4th Grades Mrs. Town. to Massle's Funeral Home
send and Mrs. Mercer, teach appointed acting postmaster well Colby David Stevens and Virginia, Ill., for final service raging in this section of the
ers. Karen Baker JCathy Buc- of the Flagler Beach Post Of- Leokadia Zysk.EXPECTED and burial. state for several weeks.

'. kles, Susan Clegg, Rob Co. 'fice by the Postmaster Gener Property losses resulting
wart, Carole Hardin, Cliff al. Rockett assumed his duties from forest fires In (this countyto

Sheffield, Ma Friday, June 2. He replaces ,d :te, amounted to $100.000,
Randy MASSIE'S MOTOR''COURT .It was estimated, not looking
Eve, Tucker, Herring, Rufus M. Miller, who retired
Dot Tucker. June 2, after twelve years FROM KOREA SOLDMr. 'into consideration the destruction
service. of timber and damage .

Rockett moved to Flagler Sarah Rodgers left Seoul. and Mrs. Harold Massle /fto farm land

LOCAL RESIDENT Beach fourteen years ago from Korea via Jet airliner-on June have sold Mamie's Motor (:)
ENTERS DOLPHININ Greenland Beach Md. He was 8 and Sa expected to arrive Court on South Highway The Bunnell Town Commissioners .

FISH TOURNEY employed by Lehigh Portland here this weekend to spend A-l-A to Mr. Rex R. Cramp. employed H. R. Whit-
Cement Company as assistant the summer months with her The Maaeie residence, 1820 S. nicer, Auburndale Florida M
Louts Steflik landed a 43pound..oee paymaster for over four years. parents, Mr. and Mrs A. C. Central Ave., was also Include Chief of Police.

ounce Bull Dolphin He owned and operated Fish- Rodgers. ed in the business transac
Sunday while fishing aboard ermana Inn ten yean until. Sarah has been living tot; tion. Mr. Cramp, South Daytona :: BHS SUMMER
his watt the Beadle Beadier the property was sold last Korea for the past six yean, la formerly from Totonto: ,
in 9t Lade Inlet at Port Sa- year. Recently he was employed where she has been teaching Canada. SCHOOL

eirno. The fish measured four with an Insuranceaonpany in the American Dependent The business was built in Tbe Bunnell High fehool:

feet-two and one half Indies in Daytona Beach. school system. 1962 by the Maaelef. They summer term will begin Monday

in length. The new postmaster lees have resided in Flagler Beach June 12 and continue
The Dolphin was entered in with his wife Mildred at 1204S. F. .. WINTKR VISITOR for the past fifteen years, moving thru July 21. Claaaes will be

the Stuart Sailflah Club Flak. Central Ave. They have one Dill MtfaCUfU there from Wayneaville, conducted Monday thru Fri
lag Tewmey. and to date WMthe son Stuart; who la in the US N. C day from 8:00 a. m. until 12
large entry recorded. Coast Guard. C. L. Hereford, 79, Springfield The new owner will operatethe noon.

.... Steflik was aoeempantod Mo., died Tuesday, May court and reside in the All subjects will carry one
on the flshnig (trip by.his ATTENDS COMFKHMCBMr. 30, in a Springfield hospital. home on Central Ave. unit of credit Various subjects
wife Joy. : and Mrs M. B. Fuller Services and burial were held Mr. Cramp elated Mrs. Lola are being offend and

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lenaaan wen In Lakeland Wodoaaday Thursday, June 1. Duaean will remain. a* rea- then will be a $.. ui-
and Tom Humphries were thru Friday ftaadtiit the He was the brother of Mrs. ident manager of the buai- ibis fee, payable the tint day

.......board Mr. Humphries' Florida Method*Church con Araminta Bertalot and Gertrude ..... day achool. Beeeipei will be
teat, MM Fran and caught ference. Mra. Fuller was the Higgins 0 f Flagler The Maaaies purchaairi the used for salaries of the summer .

....a11a1p Dolphin, Bootta lay delegate from the Bunnell Beach. He spent the winter Cramp home, 700 Ridg Blvd., school! faculty and incidental .
and Ian, Mackerel. church. months at Flagler Beach. Ganymede, South Duylseta.l purpGIIII.p .


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8. ,1967CHOI

Qfcr JFlagtrr iIIribuurINCORPORATED

BUNNELL, FLORIDA C c Lean Western "Boston Butt"



",!,* Editor and Publisher ,
\.,: News EditorDesisaated Flagler Beach
.i Reynold Nelson Hoover,
..... Church School, 9:45: a. m.
newipaper t r all Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
r Legal AdertisI.gEntered Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m.
Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30

aa second claw matter p.m. U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"BOTTOM
February 6, 1918 at the post- Men's Club meets the first
office at Bunnell. Florida under Monday of each month at
Act of March 8. 1871. ROUND
7:30 p. m.Woman's ROAST 89
, ,.. Society of Chris lb.
Oae Tear -M
tlon Service the 2nd Thurs-
Six BUath/i ..$1.:5 day, 9:30: a. m.CATHOLIC or I


Ret. Fr. Anthony CHURCHES Leon. Poster


Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m.
The Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed.,
and Friday at 8:30: a.m. CHOICE JUICYCUBE

Christian Science _,: BUNNELL Charles D.FIRST Anders.BAPTIST Pastor STEAK lb. 89

Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
School '
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship

recommends 1:00 8:00: p.m. Training Union. Lean Western "FIRST CUP' Ranger "SLICED"PORK '
: p.m. Evening Worship.
Wed.: 7:30: p.m., Prayer

Ib. 1 Ib.Cello .
localnewspaper THOMAS EPISCOPALThe 53e Pkg. 59ft I
your ROT. Robert Stuart. I
Priest In Charge
Morning Worship 7:45.: Lean Western "CENTER CUP1
Church School 3:30 p. m.,

Your tocal newspaper fs*wtdctonga Thursday.
with many features. Its Communion first Sunday of
emphasis Is on local news. It also each month. PORK CHOPS Ib 73Lyke's
reports naUonalnews.the major national and Inter Three highway miles 100.east of Bunnellon !

We specialize In,analyzing and Inter-
Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m. l lI
the national and
preting international Important news. Our Intention Is Weekday Masses: Tues. and I .j PICNICS ((4-6 Ib.:Avg.)

to bring the news into sharper focus. Thurs. at 8:30: a.m. Sugar Creek SLICED FREE, Ib............. 41d
The Monitor has a world-wide staff of ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL
correspondents-some of them rank Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m.
among the world's finest And the Weekday Mass: Saturday at Ga. Red ( 303 Can)
Monitor's Incisive, provocative edi-
torials are followed just as closelyby 8:30 a.m.PENTECOSTAL TOMATOES 6 for $100 BAKE. RITESHORTENING
the men on Capitol Hill as they I
are by'the Intelligent, concerned
adult on Main Street HOLINESSRev. ,Our Value No. 300 Can
probably know the Monitor's professional Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. AND BEANS fOe Ib3 .
as of the Service 11:00
reputation one Worship : a. m. 37e
world's finest newspapers. Try the Life Liners Service, 6:30p.m. TinLimit
Star KistSOLID
Monitor see how it will take you 6V2 oz. Can
above the average newspaper reader. Evening Evangelistic ServIce TUNA For00 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Just fill out the coupon below. LIGHT 3
7:30: p. m.COMMUNITY. JL
The Christian Science Monitor Bush Bavarian
One Norway Street (Plus Deposit)
Boston,Massachusetts,U.S.A. 02115 MEMORIAL BEER (6 Pak KRAFT
Please start my Monitor subscription for CHURCH '12 oz, Btls.)Ea. 89 e
the period checked below. I encloseS Flagler Beach
(U.S.funds). Rev. R. W. Dlckert Pastor Red Bird or Blue Bird ORANGE
81,YEAR months$24 S.8 p ft months$12 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. E"hNo. JUICE .
Worship Service, 11 a. m. MOPS 3ge
Name Communion every first Sun Quart -
Street day of each quarter. 19


-------- -- 3ev. Oliver Taylor, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. G oz. FROZEN FOODSCl.rk'
. Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. Jar 69d .
Methodist Youth Fellowship, CHOPPED Pkg. of Five 4 oz.
STEAM CLEANING SERVICE Limit 1 with $5.0 or more .food order STEAKS Ea 89 e

Flagler Beach oz. Pkg.
", Guaranteed to Kill Mildew FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH
. CARPENTER and PAINTING Sunday School: 9:45. tOe
CALL AFTER 6iOO ".M. Morning Worship: 11:00.: U. S. No. 1
MR. R. BOND. Flagler Beach Evening Worship: 7:30.

I Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794 7:30.Wednesday Prayer Meeting: OKRAFresh 3 Ibs. $I00 PilUbury- (Plain or

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8:00 .....-1:00 p.m. U.s. N.. 1
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3-THE FLAGLEII TRIBUNE TOURS- JUNE 8. 1967 of the energy In their food. In

less than four months, 'a sow

THE PIG. can produce a litter of eight .
or more piglets. The young ': '& ;..T :
ITO are ready for market In Just tii!) .

MAN SINCE STONE AGE six months. I", ...,..I ,

"- Queen Isabella who enjoy. I
ed hunting wild boars, sup.
WASHINGTON-Like man'sbest have developed a mIni pig. It
friend, pigs have been 'weighs only 40 pounds at the posedly encouraged Columbus'
to take hogs on his second ,
faithful servants and good age of five months.
to the World.
companions since the Stone The miniature and all other Liberated voyage in Cuba and later :

Age.The domestic species are descend. the mainland,. the pigs flour. I
popular Image of a hog ed from wild pigs that roamed ished. <
wallowing in mud, gruntingat from Europe to eastern Asia -

the trough, and snoring In in prehistoric times. By the These early "woods hogs" ,
the sun does It less than Jus time of the New Stone Age', were admirably suited to go ,I I, :

tlce.Besides man had domesticated swine. westward with pioneers. The tj

being superbly efficient" Pigs were kept primarily as energetic, self.reliant razorbacks CARRY th. FACTS In Your
'meat factories, the ver. scavengers until someone discovered foraged for roots, \ POCK8TIUtnt ;

satile animals have snuffled that the flesh was acorns, beech mast, Insects, t tM

'1.. f. truffles, flushed game, helped good to eat. and other forest foods. A con. OCkE1IATHOQkVSA1fl7
win the West, paid off count. temporary account described .1
-_ less mortgages, and even entertained Long after the cave man them; .lii KM wrt* e(steUitkal!nfinw* fcooki him to.dN 1 seas ef ft. j
royalty. gnawed his first pork chop, CWIMU,U.I.Otpartm tt Cwiwurct. .

: When Louis XI was downIn pigs still were performing a "They will go a distance Will ovw lOG alu..1n color-prtwnt currant sutharltatlvs totlitlcl I 1\
the dumps, nothing could variety of Jobs..gIn ancient from a fence, take a run, and ,major hate of tilt Kowmfc nv)social structure,ot tilt Unlt/.|....on.', ,'/ I
Egypt, pigs were used to tread leap through the rails three population. tducilton'hwlth. lownmwt, Arias MX. (Income, vwtt.,..,... ..
cheer him up faster than a .racrttttan,itrlcuKurt,Industry,K tnc*,fId o*it.bjIcts.
seed Into the 'ground 'and "Or four 'fe from the ground, ,:.
troupe of gaily garbed little 30 pss fchirtiindfraftiMcrlpMnoflniailfltniiniiMMOi.., ... ; I
thresh 'grain. Romans swore turning themselves sidewise. 469 atatistkI tabiM SfMiumtlverrr ;
French pigs dancing !too bag. .
treaties by touching swordson These hogs suffer hardships $150 d
music. (That
pipe was nearly 'wra roeanos' nine,
no other animal could
a pig. en
five centuries before Walt '
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Disney,) -<; Inhabitants of the New For. ,
Tr Sup rlntwKl\ nt of Ooeumtflt '
Any U 1
DmwitrMnt of
est in medieval England were. ..... '
Miniature The woods hog found the -' GonrnrrwnJ, Mntlnt1 offici OH 4.Office' ? (1
Pigs w..s ,
to "T
keep hunting Wnhln.1on.0a J04M rCndoud :-> 'I
I promise land in the midwest* : ,

"( The latest porcine contribution pigs dogs. to But point poachers and retrieve'trained ern corn belt A rich corn diet le S (clue. more y order, Supt, Dodo eolpont). : '
to human welfare Is a and careful breeding converted t',I""..... Of cb.rp""+t DeIlOlil Account : e rTrt+ 1
" pig bred solely for medical snipe, partridges, rabbits, and the wiry pig into the enormously leII4, m, eopyOn( ot Pockrt Dtta look ilU.. ", 1H7' a,! ,
I research, the National Geographic other game. Trained hogs fat "lard hog." With d. OS.I34/1M7) et" }t SO" otdl. ; f frr.n. '

, Society says. The pig with sensitive noses still sniff increased demand for lean : 1' t h titmd I
out the delicious .. '
resembles man in anatomical. underground hams and bacon, the lard hog .ddreae '' j
fungi called truffles in south. ,
structure, physiological pro. was in turn, streamlined. '
CI"'IIt.'z mm': 4
em France. Whatever -__, ____ ... .,..
cesses, and biochemistry, but the size, pigs c I
' conventional breeds are ''too Source of Meat mean ready money for American ,or" 1't" .; '
large for laboratories. farmers. Many a home : .. *, ,-\ t:

r To solve the problem, University Pigs are most valued, how. stead has been saved from "
of Minnesota scientists ever, as quick,reliable sourcesof foreclosure .. "
by "hogging down cur ".\ ., .j
meat store 35 : .J ,
I They percent the mortgage. .' "
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p" ; f must at timesdefended
BATE-4c per word. Minimum .,: : :" :,1.Il/; : .. '
charge per issue $1.00. ., r- .tf ; J.

SEPTIC fields installed TANK cleaning; Rota-Roter; drain ...'.;ay i ., ,I'" : because it is at all times :l"f:?, : :;'J:r\1i; I

snail shell. Reasonable prices. J1) J..' besieged. Not all of f us are called to I' 2'y-- 'i".[ 'i

Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 f ,;! ; : :. .
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LOSE WEIGHT safely with :. :{: r : fight on the battlefield. Many of ; ; .... r :. ';, :

Dex A Diet Tablets. ONLY 98c : ', '
': at Moody's Pharmacy 4.27.7tp us must, quietly and firmly, do i ,::2{ '

,ti! FOR SALE: Corn Grinder withor '

Call without 439-2023 motor. Reasonable.6.81tc -ti: :f :r HJ : what we can and all that we must J' :':

; bedroom FOR RENT apartment: Furnished, w ate two r 'I: .:,' ,, '. i here at home. Buying Bonds, I :: t', ,'"

.:.. and garbage fee Included In', ;> :
'. rent of $15.00 weekly. Screen. :.< "" ., regularly is as important this ; ; : :" :;

" ed porch. Suitable for family ; .. )I .
.r,.:,'.".. or Phone two 437-3304 bachelors. to 6 share..8 Itc .: < J" ,nation in the long reach of history] ,:.+ :(.': t ': ,: (

FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet, .
six cylinder, standard shift, I {; as_ almost anything we can do. f:;

wide wheels for beach, new ...... I'. ,'
itag. Excellent Condition. .
Charlie Rockett, '1204 S. Central >> t

Ave. Flagler Beach. Itc ',', ,,.

t lyy 1 .
MAr;: OR WOMAN full or .
time. Supply Rawleigh ; ,
spare I
Wrwn you buy U.S.Savings ;I I r
famous products in FlaglerCo. r \ : Bond roQulirly-thwugh \' ,
or Bunnell. Cart earn $125 Payroll Savings where you
work or Bond* Month '
per week. See Ethel M. Gore, v where you bink-you are alsa \ ..
Rt. 2, Box 221, Palatka, or a entitled to purchtM I
"w Freedom Starts. It '; ;rt
write Rawlelgh, FLF-360.1124 r oedom Shares are J .. < .. I
short-term Saving* Notts. Vi ,
Memphis, Tenn
i r i 'y pay a hlgrwr return i
4tp 6-8 6-22, II) +n Sav ngs Bonds (414% | ,
.b,a" :> ',6 n held to maturity >
In 4 years), m yb bought I \
'1 Jo, Tsc >' one for one with Bond 1 1n ; ..
LAKE DISSTON Beautiful .. atwe ebxncu ro four denomination, and j ,
2 bedroom house 12x22 ., era redesmabl after J "
will find A -
T one year. nr >
Cypress paneled living + complete Information J ,
room tile bath, modem I 5 where you work or bonk. ;,"
kitchen. One and 3/4 acres k President Johnson display j '

lovely pines and landscaping r s the first Freedom Share / ,.., ..a" "" ,. '
12 producing citrus I. I -- ," \! '' ": f ;,' '
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990. .:' i .' Sign up for U.S. Savings Bonds, ; .: r ';. .. ...?;: !:<,

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At Its covered dish dinner
meeting Tuesday evening, x aa

June 6, the Flagler Senior Cit i,
izens Club named Miss Donna r

.. Akins, Flagler Beach, to re-
present the Club in the beauty
1 pageant to be staged In connection

( with the County's fiftieth Y EriV
anniversary celebrationIn ii

July. Miss Akins, 19, a
graduate of Bunnell High

--- : LLi1& School, is employed at the .
I : Welcome Station located at
the Intersection of U. S. 1 and

9" Interstate 95. .
In the absence of Lynn

4 L Clary, chairman. Vice Chairman ; j
Gilbert KrIer presided at

the business meeting. There ."'
.L were 43 members and guests .
." present The Club's next meeting

will be July 11, one week fl'
h S q. later than the scheduled meet.

ing date. The Club Is meeting \

only once ,a month during

June, July and August.

i iw

Miss Brenda Gresham daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin

Gresham of Gainesville, formerly

of Bunnell, recently was
awarded the American Legion

Citizenship Award, was select

, ed the most outstanding stu
, dent and was voted most likely s
4 to succeed at Westwood I II
t tvI Junior' High School'In Gaines II I
h4 ville. She was also editor of
." : the. school 'annual. 11I
I .' Brenda is the granddaughter I

of Mrs. Grace Wray, Bun !

nell. ..

IDLEWOOD CLUB .j' ;< >; .
There will be a swim party
and fish fry for Idlewood Club'

members and their guests Friday .

evening ait 8:00 at the ALLEN PREVATT groom's nephew, was ring,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis bearer.

Steflik, Hwy. 100. NUPTIALSThe Serving as best man for the

MRS. ANTHONY JOHN CASTELLANO Members are asked to bringa wedding of Miss Ida bridegroom was Robert Nolan,

covered dish and contact Olivia' Allen to Douglas Eric Seville. Ushers were George

CASTELLANO- Langford and Miss Brenda Mrs. W. W. Deen or Mrs. Stef Prevatt was an event of May ,Allen, brother of the bride,

Townsend, sisters of the bride lik if planning to attend. 20 at the First Methodist and John Wadsworth, Jesup, ,

TOWNSEND and Mrs. Jerry Justice. Their Church of Bunnell, with the Ga. cousin of the bride.

i VOWSEXCHANGED gowns were of the same de. ENTERTAINS WITH Reverend Oliver F. Taylor officiating Following the ceremony,
sign as the honor attendant, at the double ring Mr. and Mrs. Allen entertained
I except'' In blue. They carried and Mrs. Waltej Wilkins ceremony.The with a reception at their ,
held House
at their
single yellow chrysanthemums. Open home, 501 East Moody Blvd.
bride Is the of
Miss Sharon Diane ToWn. home, 405 Deen ,Road, Thursday -
Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, Presiding at the serving
send and Anthony John Cas- evening following the
tellano married Flower girl was Luann graduation ceremonies of Jr. The parents of the groomare table were Miss Doris Hoel,
were In a
Kelly, cousin of the bride. She Mr. and Mrs. Eric Prevattof Jacksonville Miss Sylvia
double Bunnell School honoring ;
ring, candlelight ceremony High ,
dress of
wore a length
Seville. Wadsworth Jesup, Ga Mrs.
at their ;
five-thirty Saturday daughter Julie a
pink taffeta and lace. She carried Given in marriage by her W. W. Deen, Mrs. Robert Bertha
evening, June 3, at St. Pauls white member of the graduatingclass.
basket of
a rose
Catholic Church, with Father father, the bride was lovelyin and Mrs. Curtis Deen.
Thomas McGrene officiating. petals. Twenty friends and relatives -' a formal gown of white Miss Marilyn McNab kept the
Achilles Castellano brotherof
The bride is the daughter of attended. crepe, featuring an empire bride's book.
the bridegroom, was best
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Townsend, waistline. The chantilly lace After the reception Mr. and
man. Ushers were Louis
Jr., 17th Street, Flagler Beach. Carlos Tom Stevens and ATTENDS GRADUATION bodice of the gown had a Mrs. Prevatt left on a short
The bridegroom is the son of James Langford, brother in Raymond Ivan Newell, son scalloped neckline and fashioned wedding trip.SURPJUSE .
Mr. and Mrs. Vito Castellano, law of (the bride. of Mrs. Jennie Newell, Flagler with long sleeves. Accenting

1071 Old Kings Road, Holly There was a wedding din. Beach was graduated from the the back of the gown PARTY
Mainland High School Adult Was a full mantle train of FETES COUPLE
Hill.Given ner afterward at Holiday Inn
in marriage her Education Class chantilly lace and attached at
by West. Miss Michele Stefllk Tuesday, Rev. and Mrs. Max Hall
father /the bride wore floor June 6.Attending. the shoulders with a match
a kept the bride's,book and Miss were honored guests alt! a surprise
length gown of chantilly lace Grace Stefllk presided at the the exerciseswere ing lace edge. wedding anniversaryparty

and peau de sole with a coat refreshment table. 130 attend. Mrs. Newell, Ginger Her three tiered bouffant Saturday evening, givenby

train. The empire design bodIce ed the reception.Out Newell, Dennis Buono, Myrna veil was attached to a pearl the members of the.Flag

featured a scalloped neck. of town guests were Knight and daughter Lisa tiara. She carried a' cascade ler Beach First Baptist
line. Her fingertip veil fell Knight.
Mrs. Ruby Parenti, New York bouquet of white roses. Church.
from a forward cluster of lace
City, sister of the groom, and The bride's maid of honor Members met at the church
petals pearls. She
Mr.and Mrs. Francis Cole and was her cousin, Miss Candyce and went in a group to the
carried a white bible topped Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simms
son Ronnie of Easton, Md. Wadsworth, Jesup, Ga. She parsonage.
with a cascade of white of Daytona Beach
roses announcethe
Following a wedding trip to wore a full length A-llne Refreshments for the affair
and feathered carnations with birth of five and
a pound
Orange Springs, Mr. and Mrs. gown of coral satin, fashioned consisted of an attractively!
white satin streamers. Castellano will reside at 1071 seven ounce daughter, born with ,an elbow length lace decorated cake, cookies and
Miss Allida Tucker was thebride's Monday, June 5, at Halifax
Old Kings Road, Holly 11111. Jacket. Her veil, was attached punch.
maid of honor.. She Hospital. She was named
to a fabric rose. Her flowers The honorees were present.
full A-llne Nicki Ann Simms.
wore a length
gownof DON ANDERSON RECEIVES were a cascade bouquet of ed with a Money Tree as a
yellow chiffon Dana of
over gold Fuquay Daytona
DEGREE AT STETSON coral carnations and ivy. momenta of the occasion.
taffeta, fashioned with long Beach is the maternal grand
Donald Gilbert Anderson, The bridesmaids were Miss
sleeves. Her circle veil was father.
attached to a fabric dior bow. son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Anderson Heidi Eisenbach and Miss FINESSE CLUB
She of Bunnell and Or- Lila Allen. They wore tour- ENTERTAINEDMrs.
carried a single white KIMBERLY LOUISE MUZYKAMr.
chrysanthemum. mond Beach, received his and Mrs. C. H. Muzyka, quoise gowns of the same design Dale Brown entertain.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. James Bachelor of Business Administration Melbourne, are the parents of of the honor attendant. ed with two tables of bridgefor

in accounting at the pound and ten ounce They carried cascade bouquetsof Finesse Club members at

84th commencement exercisesat daughter, born Monday, June turquoise carnations. her home Tuesday evea ing.
Stetson University Sunday, 5 at Brevard General Hospital, Susan Jones, of Pierson, Mrs. J. O. Craig was high
BUNNELL June 4.Don. Melbourne.She niece of the groom, was flower scorer and second high was

plans to enter the U.S. has been named Kim girl. She wore a dress of awarded to Mrs. W. W. Deen.
THEATREAdult Army as a career. berly Louise Muzyka. /the same design as the atten The group will meet Mon

Attending the ceremonieswere dants and carried a turquoise day, June 12 at 7:30 p. m. at
75c Child 35e Mr. and Mrs. Anderson BUZZY MCKNIGHTON basket of white rose petals. the home of Mrs. Sam Broad-

THURSDAY and FRIDAY and Mrs. Gene Knight, Bun DEAN'S LIST Scott Jones, Pierson, the away, N. Anderson St.

"PENELOPE"STARRING nell. Buzzy McKnight, son of Mr.

and Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Flag
NATALIE WOOD and SIXTEEN PRESENT ler Beach, made the Dean's
JONATHAN WINTERS FOR MEN'S COOKOUT list at Daytona Beach Junior Flagler County Insurance

- - There were 16 present for the College !the last trimecter.
-SATURDAY- Men's Fellowship steak fry Buzzy's grades were all A's

DOUBLE FEATURE Monday evening, June 5, at wkh a 4.0 average. Agency Inc.
"MARCO First Baptist Church, Bunnell. ,

With ORSON WELLS end steak" affair, with toned sal. PARTY SATURDAYThe AN Forms of Insurance .

ANTHONY QUINN ad, baked potato and iced tea Country Club will havetheit'
IOC North
Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171
prepared the wives
-PLUS- by of some Year End party this
"HOLD ON" oC the number This WM the Saturday evening. at 8:00 at Bunnell, Florida 33810LWEFIM&AUTOCASUALTY

-8TAHMNGHERMAN'S Moond cookout of the Mason the home of Mr. and Mr*. J.B.

HERMITS for the men of the church' and Pelllcer, St. Johns Park, for '.... BONDSIII' '.
their guests. members and (their husband -

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Quantity Rights


TOP Price Good '.

Mr and Mrs. Tom Ray and Friends of Mr.. Shandon Le Thurs., Fri., Sat. 'II
children of Waynesville, N.C., Baron, frequent visitor to VALUE and Monday, d'
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Flagler Beach, will be sorry to SUPER MARKET June 8, 9, 10.
Roy Parkman at their homeon hear that he passed away last 12, 1967 "j
Beach.S. Central Ave., Flagler week at his home in Conou STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fagers.ten .
Recent guests of Mr. and arrived Sunday from Cler-
Mrs. Norman Lane, Espanola, mont and are visiting with ARMOUR STAR
I j were Mr. and Mrs. Claude their son in law and daughter, '
Howell and daughter Mickeyof Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitney .
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. and family. l'
Ted Freeman and daughter, : ; 49
Susan of Atlanta, Ga.; and Mrs. Wendell Hoel of Jacksonville .
Mr. Lane's brother, Theo Laneof is visiting here with .
Birmingham, Ala. her mother, Mrs. Daisy Buck. ARMOUR STAR : .;
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Glover,
Alabama and Theo Lane of
Birmingham, Ala., are visiting Grace and Michele Stefllk CHUCK STEAl "Lb. 59ARMOUR
here with Mr. and Mrs. Sherman left Monday for a month's visit
Glover at Espanola. with relatives and friendsin

North Carolina, Virginiaand STAR ('Smoked) .
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nipper Louisiana.Mr. .
and Mrs. Alice Lingold and '
children left Monday for a and Mrs. H. H. Paul-

week's visit in Morristown, ling of Leesburg have rented HAM Half or Whole ".''.::'''.''' ::;';:'u Lb. 59
Tenn. with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- the Michael Murray beach cottage
die Coffman and family. on South A-l-A for the 4..
summer. Mrs. Faulting Is (the TENDER SELECT f
Mrs. Gordon Buckles and sister of Dale Brown, Jr. ," ,
children Sherry, Kathy and r
Wayne and Kathy West left Mrs. Jerry Burnsed left Sunday LIVER" '
Monday for Tallahassee fora for Nashville, Tenn. for a BEEF Lb. 49
weeks visit with Jerry and two week's visit with her par. :
Laura Wilkerson. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon. I '

Linda Wilhite, New Market, i I L Mrs. Robert Baker of Tallahassee
Tenn., was visiting here with ,is visiting 'here this Lean Juicy Florida Grade "A"
Roy and Pat Bayless. The Bay week with her son In law and All Meat Family Pkg. $1 79 :

lesses left Wednesday for Keystone daughter, Louis and Joy Stef. Stew, LbArmour ................................ 69 e Fryers, 5 Lb..Bag.. .,............'.... ,.. ,,
Heights, where he has lik. ;
Star World's Best "
accepted a coaching positionat J
the Keystone High School. George and Virginia Moody Round Bone .' !!! Ground Beef, ;

had as their week end house Roast, Lb...........:...._._........... 61:JII.,., 2 Lbs.................................:.. 99d
Mrs. Murtice Moody and guests Jack Beaver and Steve I ."
daughters Iona and Juanita of Curtis of Cincinnati, Ohio and Lean Meaty \: Pig
Orlando and Mary Provost of Mrs. Minnie Rudd of Jackson Neck Bone, $1 00 Feet, $100

Orlando, visited here Sunday ville. 5 Lbs.......................:............ 4 Lbs. ..--.N........._..........
with Mrs. Jennie Black and
Black. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Butler
Mr. and Mrs., Benny'
1 left Thursday to return to their KRAFT (Salad Dressing) KRAFT (All Purpose)

Louise Cantrell, Pearl Bla. home In Detroit, Mich. aftera
kely, Margaret ,Clegg, Marie six weeks visit here with MIRACLE WHIP ..: '. Oil "
Muzyka and Betty Hawkinsall her mother, Mrs. Myrtle .
of Bunnell and Mr. and .

Mrs. Paul Forsythe, Palatka, Quart: 1 24 oz. d
visited in Melbourne duringthe P. A. (Zip) and Frances Ed 49 39''
Jar ... Btl.
weekend with Mr. and monson plan to leave Sundayfor < .
Mrs. C. H. Muzyka.Mrs. Panama City where he .J!
will attend the State Sheriffs Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or 'Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or
Lucy Dearing and Mrs. convention. :: .:''.
last / more food order more food order
Mary McDonald spent ," .
weekend in Swainsboro, Ga. Billy and Carol Deen and ,' '"' '
with their parents, Mr. and daughter Caroline, Belle KRAFT (Cheese Spread) I "V KANSAS QUEEN (S. R.)

Mrs. Charles Freestone, who Glade, spent the weekend vis. ..
are visiting there from In. itlng here with their parents,
dianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen and VELVEETA ; FLOUR
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig. r.
LEGAL APVEKTISEMENTiv Miss Melinda Haistens of Lb. Lb.

ANT Tim)) CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT.CIRCUIT.IN !SKV-. Jacksonville spent last: week 2 Pkg 99 5 Bag 39-
AND FOIL FLAG LEU visiting at Flagler Beach with
COUNTY FI.OUIDA. her mother, Mrs. Frances
MARGARET Plaintiff M. OILMEn, Halst ns.Mike Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or

GILMER more food order more food order
JACK Defendant. Wheeler, Panama Clty,
AMI3NDKD NOTICH OF ""WITIN visited here last week with
THE NAME OF THE STATE Robert and Beth Walters.Mr. Ever fresh (New Giant) Giant SizeBread

TO OF: Jack Residence FLORIDA are Gilmer hereby UnknownYou : required to file and Mrs. Tom Holden Loaf.:.................w....................... Z 9 e 22 Liquid oz. Btl.Joy:........._..._..... -....._. .49
with the Clerk of Court your left Saturday for a two weeks I
answer to the 1I\ht\ : Complaintfiled In the visit in ElIzabethton, Tenn. \ Everfresh (20 oz.) Delmonte (Big 20 oz.)
herein against you
above entitled cause on or before with their son in law and Bread, Catsup, $ June thereof 27, 1967, Walter and serve E. a Poster copy, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Julian: 4 Loaves........._...._.._.._........... 95; e 3 Bottles.............. ..........._...._...
Jr.. Plaintiffs upon attorney herein, Caudill. While there they will .
whom address la 310 Beach South, attend the graduation of their Everfresh (Reg.) Kraft (6 oz.) .
Beach Street, Daytona '
Florida. grandson, Tom Holden Cau- Bread, Mustard, .

by FUA.GLBR dMlamated TRIBUNE as the newspaper Is here- dill from East Tennessee 5 Loaves..................._................. 950 6 oz. Jar...............-........:....:......_ 9 e
In which this order shall be published State University.
week for 4 conaeeutlve -
once a
YOU FOR SUCH Golden Yellow Table Ready (1 lb.)
AILUJII.IJ. and Mrs. Walter Wilk-
Th nature of this suit Is a bill BANANAS Solid OLEO, Big Scoop (Asst. Flavors)
of the
attended Legion
for divaro.WITfESB. my hand and seal Moose banquet in Deland Sun. Lb.............:....... 100 2 For.<......... ...... 37 e ICE MILK,
(Florida U Bwinell., this 24th PUffter day of County May. day. Mr. Wilkins was installed Yellow BagONIONS Florida Grade "A" '/ Cal.................
in the Legion of the Moose,

June 1967OBOROE l-l.n.lI-Ue.Clerk,)to Circuit MOODY Court ceremonies.Lodge No. 1836, during the 3 Lb. Bag, ........... 330 MED.Doz.:..EGGS..........,...... 37 e Master ChefFRENCH

Cello Bag Florida Grade "A" FRIESCARROS 33e

LARGE EGGS, 2 Lb. Bag..........

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Lb. Bag............. 120 Doz.-...... 410



OXYGEN With Purchase of With PurehaM of With Purchase of

AIRCONDITIONED I ATTENDANT LADY I| EQUIPPED: (1) 10 Lb. Bg U. S. No. 1 (2) Pan Ready Cut-up (1) Twin Pkg. Evorfroah

CHAPEL AMBULANCEg Irish Potato Pryen Potato Chip

PlMMM 10 7.332 Coupon Void After C...... void After Coupon Void After
June 12, 1M7 ..... 12, 1M7 Juno 12, 1M7
.i It MOOM' ...w. ............ PLOIIIDA


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and Mrs. Charles Sin. BIRTHDAY DATA
Louis Wolfson, chairman of .
Auditing delar entertained with a buffet HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: OF
the Appropriations and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
To Classify Committee, commendedthe dinner at their Flagler Friday-R. D. Stryker. FLORIDA.FLAOLKR COUNTY.IN AND FOR
Beach home Thursday even
businesslike manner in Saturday-Elaine Laurie CAS13 NO. 134 DIV. A
/ BY Russell Kor Ing, following the Bunnell McNitt Rufus LUERANA HALL
which the Flagler County White, Terry ,
Board of Public Instructionhas High School graduation exer Miller, John J. Schott Daniel Plaintiff V,.".
The House of Representa operated their office for, cises. Their son Mickey was Bass and Ronny Herring. W. T. HALL
tives of the 1967 Florida Legislature the period from July 1965 to in (the graduating class. Sunday-Robert (Butch) Me- NOTICE Defendant.OF SUIT

.is giving serious consideration June, 1966, in a letter to Enjoying the delightful affair Daniel, Betty Logan, Mildred TO: W. T. HALL
and addressare
to the traffic explo Superintendent Coy G. Harris. were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hafer. whose unknown residence '
sion and the need for safe Dzioba, Mr. and Mrs. William Monday-Virginia Johnson, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
trans- Richter and Mr. and Mrs. Bill that an action for divorce
land dependable mass Jant Vogel, Jackie Murray has been filed against you and
portation. Recently Ron Lev- GEORGE MILES MOODY. III Landen all of Ormond Beach; Tuesday-Kay Kaufman. you are required to serve a copy

it, Miami Public, Relations Mr. and Mrs. Miles Moody, Mr and Mrs. Tony Bradac, Wednesday-Buddy Moore, of to it your on written Rob't H.defenses Matthews If any Attorney ,
consultant, was appointed Atlanta, Ga. are the parentsof Flagler Beach and Mr. and Wanda Jewell Deen, Joey Me- for Plaintiff whose address
special aide to the House a son, born Friday, June Mrs. George. Fuller of Rain Daniel, Betty Herring. fessional la P Building.O. Box 14 New$$, 109 Smyrna Pro

Committee on mass transportation 2 at Halifax Hospital in Daytona bow Springs. Thursday-Pat Davis, Allen Beach., Florida, and file the orlgi
Beach. Herman, Mary Brown. Inal ,with the Clerk of the above,
styled court on or before" the
He weighed eight pounds at 10th day of July 1)67. otherwise
In a: recent report Ron outlines birth and was named George GRADUATES FROM a Judgment may be enteredaganit
some of the types of Miles Moody III. SHORTER COLLEGE THANK YOU you for the relief demanded ,.
in the Complaint
mass transportaltlon being Words cannot adequately WITNESS my band and the
considered by the committeeas John Grantham Holland, to seal of said court on the Sift
prevent highway clogs and son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Hoi express my appreciation day of May A. D. 19(7
Florida in
applicable to es. friends and neighbors, for GEORGE M. MOODY
forward enable travelers and commut land, Bunnell, was among 134 Clerk of the Circuit
tablishing a lookingand flowers visIts'
the cards ,
to drive from their homesto many ,
ers seniors graduated from Shorter Court. Bunnell Flagler
practical program for the convenient areas and prayers during my recent County FloridaBy
College Rome, Ga., last
future. Janice Murray
in the hospital.Mrs. .
where they can board rapid week. Grant majored In mathat stay Deputy Clerk
He envisions high speed transit trains monorails or Shorter and is presently Daisy Buckles June I. 4tC.:

trains similar to those being hydrofoils !ito reach their des. teaching under .an assistantship .

tested In the east today, op- tonatlon and relieve our high. at the University of Georgia
waiting between Homesteadand ways. Athens, while working. on
Jacksonville over the The Federal government has his masters degree. -

Florida East Coast tracks, that already. established a Department He resides in Athens with ROBERT L. HANNAH
could move"'a large number of of Transportation and his wife Margaret and son
commuters rapidly and at the the legislature proposes sucha Vince. FUNERAL HOMES
department for the state to
same time remove thousandsof and Lowest cost
Dedicated to dignity, service economy.
study and Implement a
cars from our over crowded .... 'iFV
program. The Federal government by far in the entire area on any service of your choice.
highways. O. F. ALFORD
stands ready to meet .
Registered We Invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.U. .
two-thirds of the cost of
Other' types of transportation '
include high speed hydro. transportation surveys and Real! Estate Broker S. HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH
funds for construction of those
,planes operating betweencommunities CALL WX 7611 TOLL,FREE
on both the, East approved for distressed traffic Bunnell Florida

and West Coast, ia monorail areas. r.
train operating'along expressways .
using the median strips,
capable of moving thousandsof

people, faster and' safer
than Is now being accomplish. '
ed \>y 'ground motor car trans. u
portatlon. :

While these ideas may seem

far,out and more or less Buck ,
k. ;
Rogers it nevertheless provides ; Q y

the only answer to our .t I
serious traffic and transportation

problem. S
iv "
More. highway and !toll roads
are not the answer With

Florida growing by leaps and ,
bounds It Is rapidly approachIng '

the point where we will ,,, 'C ,
have to leave our cars in the
garage rather than try to get % ':

anywhere with the present

antiquated system. New high.

ways built at the cost of millions ttz ,
of dollars are becoming
obsolete before they are even : F III1
opened to !traffic.At ;
,' ,

our present rate of
growth we must find a dependable ::
form of mass trans
portation if we hope to reduce
the traffic death rate and \ ,

move people from place to
place with safety and dis e y


Spearheading the movementto
push Florida into the future .
Is a select committee ap .
pointed by House Speaker aY
Ralph Turlington and head.
/ ed by Rep. Vernon C. Hollo-

i, I way of Miami, whose efforts t: ; }, t N
I have earned him a variety of c 1 1 K.,t } Qa +

I titles by his colleagues from
! "Mr. Transportation" to "Buck
I Roger .."

Mass transportation of some
kind Is imperative for such

areas as the lower East Coast,
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Security and Mrs. Charles Rockett.

ATTENTION OWNERS. AGENTS. CUSTODIANS. LESSEES Flagler Beach is stationed at Idlewood Club will meet

AND OCCUPANTS OF REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE N-E-W-S Cape May, New Jersey, with Tuesday,, JUne 13 at 8 p. m.

CITY LIMITS OF THE qTY OF BUNNELL FLORIDA: the U.S. Coast Guard. Stuart at the home of Mrs W. W.
will finish his basic
\ Q. I was age 65 in November trainingIn Deen. Officers for the ensuing

ORDINANCEAn 1966 but have not yet filed July. year will be elected.
ordinance providing for the cutting destroyingand for Health Insurance benefits
All members to
are urged
removal of weeds. palmetto shrubbery, trash and as I plan to continue FLAGLER

other litter growing, lying or located upon any lots, lands working. My friends tell me COLLECTIONSDISTRIBUTED attend

and other premise within the city of Bunnell Florida; that It is :now too late for me ENTERTAINS WITH

authorizing the City of Bunnell. Florida and Its duly authorized ito get Medicare coverage. Is
this true According to the State Bev- COOKOUT ,
employees and officers to
cut. destroy and
the A. No You can have Hos- erage Department the follow. P. A. (Zip)' and Frances Ed-
remove same upon failure of the to do
owner so after been
ing amounts distributed *
pital Insurance benefits by monson were hosts to a steak
written notice, and charge the costs thereof to the
owner filing an application. However for the month of cookout Monday evening at
providing thai such charge shall constitute a lien on sold ypu will not be able to file April to the qualified municipalities their home 506 E. Palm Ave.

property In favor of the City of Bunnell Florida and repealing fof Medical Insurance until : Enjoying the outdoor affair'

all ordinances: or parts of ordinances In conflict October 1, 1967. Since you did Beverly Beach, $119.73; City with the hosts were Ralph and

herewith not file during your enrollment of Bunnell, $2,517.80; Town of Ruth Narducci and Joe and

CITY COMMISSION. period you will have to Flagler Beach $973.24; Ma. Raye Mastrotierro of Orni&nd

crrr wait until October. Your first rineland, $99.28 and Painters Beach; George and Virginia
-. \ -- coverage will begin July 1868. Hill $8.89. ., Moody and Celia Lord. W"

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Q. I became diabled May

15, 1966, when I fell from the
roof of my home. I filed a disability -
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR claim with social security A Happiness Is Birthdays

on August 20, 1966. Will
I get my back pay for the per-

50TH ANNIVERSARYThe iod of time I have been. disabled ,
? X by 13Etttt Qhocl c Ii

Flagler County Fiftieth Anniversary committee ap A. No. A person must be

proved a schedule of events for the forthcoming anniversary disabled for six full months
before Happiness is the birthday song or blowing .Gut all yoUr,, ;
celebration of Flagler County July 1.4. at Monday nights meet. disability payments can candles t ,or. vhenyou're young Just being surprised 4n,little I
No IS mad for
ing, according tb John A. Clegg, chairman.The begin. payment ways. So when a birthday roll around, proclaim it the birthdaychild's )
this six-month period. The "Jane Jones Day"ell day lone and start with
day -
following events are scheduled for the four day semi.
celebration first month you would be duea tiny,presents at .the breakfast .table. For the birthday cake ur'.
centennial : payment Is December, 1966. prise later in the day, try cupcakes. They're pretty;personal
SATURDAY and.pncUcal. ,EspeciallY,,baked..1n,jno:wash* paper-lined muffin
Q. I have read of many cups. To frost cupcake quickly; twirl take tops lightly in I bowl
11:00: AM.200 P.M. Barbeque at Bunnell Airport-Sponsored< changes in the disability law.I Ot fluffy-type frosting and see hqw they peak Now for a gup-

by Flagler Cattlemen's Association. am 69 years old and totally cake, recipe that's sure to. make your kitchen happiness headquarters ,

2:00: PM.400: P.M. ,Air & Stunt Show at Bunnell Airport. disabled. Can my 'benefits be Mom. '

8:30 PM.1230: A.M. Old Timers Dance at Bunnell Airport Increased? VELVET CRUMB CUPCAKES Decorating ideas?, Almost anything .
goes. Frost cupcakes and
Hanger Sponsored by Country Club and Idlewood Club. A. You are drawing retire- 1i cups ttlsqulckfi decorate with crushed pepper.
9:30 P.M. Beard Judging Contest to be held during Old Timers ment benefits. There is no way mint candy, animal crackers,
Dance. under the social security law 3 tablespoons.cup sugar, shortening_ gumdropS chocolate sprinklesor
that your benefits can be rais- colored sugar. Or try these
SUNDAY ed due to your disability. Since len ideas for children's cupcakes. ;

11:00 AM.1200 Noon Homecoming at All Flagler County you became disabled after you, 1?4 teaspoon.cup milk vanilla Chocolate-Mint Cupcakes: Immediately

Churches. were 65r there can be no In. after removing cup.
12:00-1:30 P.M.-. Dinner on Church grounds. crease.Q. Heat oven to 400. In large cakes from oven, top each with
mixer bowl, combine Blsqulck, chocolate-covered mint
a patty.
2:00: PM.400: P.M Air' Review and, Parachute Jumping at I have heard that once sugar shortening. egg and % When the patty melts, spread ;,;'
Bunnell Airport. you reach a certain age you cup of the milk. Beat 1 minuteat lightly for marbled mint frost. :
MONDAYAll can earn as much as you medium speed on mixer ing. f ,";
scraping sides and bottom of
Day Recreation. & Fishing. Tournament at, Flagler Beach. want and still"get social se bowl frequently, or beat vigor Little Clown Cupcakes: :Make
curity. It this true faces on frosted cupcakes with
ously by hand. Add remainingmilk
(No scheduled events.) .
bits of candled fruit.
P.M.1:: A. Yes when ';a person reaches and vanilla; beat Vt min. .
5:00 PM.730 Fish
: : Fry at Rayonier Headquarters on .
age 72, he will receive his ute. Pour into paper baking Porcupine Cupcakes: Stick pea. ,
U.S. 1 Sponsored by Flagler Timber Growers. social security benefits.*', re*," scups set in muffin cups. Fill >/& nut halves or slivered almonds
8:45: PM.1000: P.M. Flagler Historical Pageant at Bulldog gardless of what his earningsQ. :full, Bake about 15 minutes. into frosted cupcakes.

Stadium. .. *<- .".. .,' ..'",.' '-*'(*>, -II' -, i" .--...' Bakes 18 medium cupcakes. Serve with the birthday child's
TUESDAYAll ,Cupcake clue: Use medium.I favorite ice cream. And all to-
Q. I employ a woman to I sized ice-cream scoop to put gether now, "Happy Birthday
Day Beach Activities: Youth Contests, Fishing Tournament clean my home once a we k. (I cupcake batter in muffin.cups. to you." EJSPWN

Golf Tournament. I pay her $5 daily and give
6:00: P.M. Beauty ConteSt Sponsored by Flagler Womans Club. her $1 for transportation. Re. --

9:00: P.M. Fireworks at Flagler Beach Pier Sponsored by cently a friend said I should

City of Flagler Beach. include the $1 in total wages

10:00: 'P.M. Teen Dance at Flagler eBach City Recreation Hall. reported to social security. Is i
. this true?
A. Yes. provided the $1 is FISHING'-and other_ tips

paid In cash. If it is paid in = '-
'a medium other than cash, i

50th Committee such as bus tokens, It would PURPLE MAGIC!
Anniversary not be included as wages.
I returned not long ago from a brief; but most satisfying trip
to the Kissimmee River lakes of Florida's Osceola County. This
Seeks Information For AffairThe Tax EstimatesDue four-day jaunt was made for just one reason: to test a new lure
color. But waitll you hear the best part the color was purple!
Now.I haven't, anything against the color purple -particularlynot
Flagler County Fiftieth Anniversary Committee' Is June 15 after this test and some earlier experiences but if you'd
planning a Celebration in July, and /they need as much help have asked me two years ago to go fishing with a purple spoon,
would appreciateyour I'd have said well, I don't know what I'd have said. Nothing
as they can obtain from "Old Timers". They JACKSONVILLE .:... Individual very complimentary, I'm sure.
filling in the form ,below 'relative to your family and returning taxpayers who filed declarations But it was in 1965, not too far from Ocala, Florida, that I
to them This information will be made available to of estimated Fed heard about a lot of bass being taken with a purple plastic worm.,.
the Pageant Committee and the Publicity and Tribune Anniversary !. eral income tax returns must Didn't take me long to check out the rumor and brand It a fact.
Committee. pay the second installment of Those purple wornu were outperforming other colors, and
Edition several different shades of spoons, to boot.It .
due their 1967 estimateby
tax on

FAMILY NAME: ...........-......................................-.-................................ Thursday June 15, 1967. the drawing wasn't long power afterward of purple.that'Some I heard fishermen a similar farther story north about re-

Taxpayers who first met the ported that lake trout were lapping up lead-headed Jigs done in
COUNTY (as is
NAMES OF FIRST ARRIVALS IN requirements for filing a declaration a purple-blue color. These stories were verified for me by the

now' known ................-........................................-* -. .---......-.............. after April of 1, 1967 estimated, but on tax or people interested who! make the Johnson's lures and boy were they ever

So, as things turned out, the
........ N.. ........-... .. .NNN...... .... :,, N.. .. .N before June 1, are required to forged Silver Minnow I'm so
.t := : = file their declarations of estimated fond of finally acquired another SIZ IT w, s _
= =
= = ,
........ .. N.N..N..N.NN.w...... : ... tax returns for 1967 on finish. 'Yep purple! A 1 E
Form 1040-ES by June 15 and There's nothing drab aboutit
WHERE DID THEY COME FROM:_......._.....:-._..__.....,....... pay at least one third of the however, because the color Q E?

......................... .......... I ........ ............. estimated tax by that date.A. was added by means of a dye i
.......................-.-...-............... : -;:-- J. O'Donnel, Jr., District In clear lacquer. This was then -

WHAT AREA OF FLAGLER DID THEY SETTLE:.__... ............. Director of Internal Revenuein alter baked it on got the Its tapered regular bright spoon
Florida, said that taxpayers silver finish. The result Is }
...N..N..N.NN.w..fN..N..N..N..N..N......::..............-........-.......................... whose anticipated Income lively, see-through color that's a ., _
during 1967 has changed may just the opposite of first \ \
WHAT WAS THE GENERAL OCCUPATION?:....... ......:.._.............. be required to file an amend. when we hear our the word reaction {I/ w '4 sr,.

.............. ...._._.._........_....._ ed declaration of estimated! "purple." to- ." It ,, \
...........-........-..-................-.....-..-._ tax. A blank form for use a* As for the "flsh-eMlity" of "
IF ANCBSTORS WERE HERE BEFORE 1900 PLEASE LIST WHO an amended declaration \& the new lure well. It was good enough to make my Orlando -,

WERE AND WHOM THBY MARRiED:_...__... printed on the bottom of UMneke brothet-in-law'Moue or us started and kaowlt-all down the buddies holler "Uncle"
THEIR CHILDREN Kissimmee. fishing in pairs. My
for an installment partner and I
used the
....... .............._.......................................-................-..-...--.-..-............... estimated tax, Mr. O'Domwifl from IIJC os. (with flty rods) to 1 spoon% 01. exclusively(with belt casting in all rip steM>.
said. Form 1040-ES also may Tbt and a friend worked with sorts

.......-......;.-....-.......................................-..............-........-..-..-..-.. be obtained from your District mclU11k1c the Silver Minnow with standard silver aU finish of lures.
Director, Internal Revenue At the end of four and a half days, my partner and I had fr tan
RELATE ANY IKIURWIWG WFORMATfOtT> ( HAVE Service. and re1euecl wen over one hundred keeper-sized bus and bream I''

DAft OF YOUR FAMILY:.......................-.... Document No. 5111, "Esti: -One beaUnc thing the I should other teem'add 's score by very nearly two to oatl i
ABOUT TM8 purple Minnow is that
mated Tax and Tax Withhold
it works eeet with a trailer
: pork rind, rubber
_....... ....". ._,...,...._..._................-1-................................................................... ing"information, which furnishes detailed worm. Select the color that works best In JOUr ana.skirt,Also or ,ttaetts yea'R
this want to
: on subject, keep In mind a COUple of tips I'Ve mentioned

......._....;.._................................................................................................... may be obtained by dropping Pint. get down in the weeds.'The bIaMt bull we took,bIIcft.
a port card! to Dtetrlot deem 1& 6 to s lbI., were in the hastiest WMdbedI

.....'.-..;-..-....................-..... .....................-....................... Director, Internal your R e T.BU e 1 o. .... bJ' a tDr we SStee

P7ese .General Chairman BunmlL Fla. Service, 400 We* Bay Street, eliel tile 'bottOm .OUUIII, tbm' brIDe it In wl/6'
return to John A. Ctegg. Jacksonville, Florida 32202. .JIowTHE and_fart_oankis p.s. _



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Thursday (today) Pat Davis, Theo C Heln, local photog OF THE YEAR: AWARD :

Allen Herman Mary Brown. rapher, will be at the Flagler The First Methodist Churchof THE PRESIDENTTO PRESENTED AT ,

Friday-Robert B. Cook. Beach' Municipal Building, Bunnell received an award THE GRADUATINGCLASS FLAGLER BEACH
Saturday Rebecca Dur- Saturday, June 10, to take for being the outstanding
ranee, Elizabeth Bass. photos of residents growing church with over 200 membersin BUNNELL HIGH Fifty-three awards we represented
Sunday-Glen Miller, Jr., beards for the fiftieth anniver- localities of less than 10- SCHOOL, 1967: to students of the
Jerry Tilton. sary celebration. 000 people in the Deland Dis Flagler Beach Elementary
Monday-"Chuck" Sims, Photographs will be taken trict. Please accept my warm congratulations School during the graduation
Johnny Junovic.TuesdayLarry. between the hours of 11:30a. : This award is given yearlyat upon your suc- ceremonies Monday, May 31.
Sears, Wallace m. and 1:30: p. m. the Florida Annual Metho- cessful completion of high Top Scholastic Cup Award
Weeks, Bob Cook. dist Conference by the Town school. I know the pride your was presented to Deborah
f Wednesday-June Heydt ON DEAN'S LIST and Country Commission. The families and friends feel on Louise Meekins. Runnersup
Hlester. this occasion, and I share It. receiving awards were James
Is for effective
David Brown, University of award given Tracey Prevatt and Jack Davis
Florida, made the deans list leadership by the lay mem- You and I cherish the same Rawlins. The special awards
Subscribe to The Flagler for the last trimester. David bers and the pastor in pre- American ideals-ever larger were presented by W. E. Fen-
Tribune had a 3.4 average. He Is the senting the total program df freedoms, ever brighter oppor nell, Jr., principal.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale the church. tunity for Individual fulfillment
$150 In Advance Awards were presented for:
per year Brown, Jr., Bunnell. The church organized a for our citizens and for
.jI.,., Methodist Men's Club duringthe all mankind. We share the PERFECT ATTENDANCE -
year established a financial continuing task of perpetuating Three Years. Pin: and Certifi-
program, and participated these ideals and translating cate. 6th grade Deborah
in a major World Mission project them into :reality. It Is not Louise Meekins.
The complete program of my Job alone, nor yours alone.It Two Years: 2nd grade .
ON TIME the local church Is consideredfor Is ours together.No Vicki Lynn Davis; 6th grade-
501 this award. Rosemary Ellen Bross.
0 CERTIFICATES one realizes more than One Year: 1st grade-Scott
DAN ZIMMERLE WINS your President that success Douglas McNltt. 2nd grade -
vOLUfIA MINIMUM S3o00-90 DAYS will depend In large measure Anthony Joseph Fairish. 3rd
COUN>rY AUTOMATICALLY LOCAL CONTEST upon the priceless legacy you grade Nathan Scott Harris,
NATIONAL carry away from these halls; Rose Marie Miller
Daniel Zimmerle, son of Mr. Joseph
BANK and Mrs. Homer Zlmmerele, the knowledge you have won Scott Prevatt. 4th grade -
Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada Bunnell, was the winner of here; the stronger and more Jeffory Scott Thomas; 6th
Ormond Beach. Florida the IGA "Favorite Boys Contest" certain faith in yourselves that grade Kevin Lynn Crouch,
sponsored by Branmams has been born here.I James Tracey Prevatt, Victoria .

Food Market in Bunnell. want you to know that Denise Smith, Joyce Pa.
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Dan will Join ninety other there is no finer contributionyou Whitney.

boys, and ten chaperones in can make for your country GOOD CITIZENSHIP (Blue
Orlando, June 26, for a trip to than to continue your adventure Ribbons). 3rd grade-Michael
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE California, via United Air in education.You Paul Cannon, Patricia Ann

-. Lines.: have my every best wish Germack, Joseph Scott Pre
ESTIMATES The high points of his trip for a lifetime of success and vatt 4th grade -Cheryl Lynn
will Include visits to Disneyland achievement. Hoskins, Mary Patricia Reynolds
CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS Universal Movie Studios, James Thomas Watson.
BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES Knott's Berry Farm, Marine- Sincerely, 5th grade Francis Roberts
B. Johnson
land of the Pacific, and a har Lyndon Bryan, Cherri Delaine Hanna,
; Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods bor cruise.He Pamela Jean Thomas. 6th
will be accompanied on grade Ralph Michael Abraham -
Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas,
the trip by James Alan Bran. Flagler Beach-2 bedroom CB James Tracey Prevatt,
t 50 Mile Radius nam, son of the local spon bldg. on canal In Venice Park Jack Davis Rawlins.
sors.. The boys will return Subdivision. Owner moved
'r Call Collect 437.3513 June 30.The and anxious to sell.. See O. F. SAFETY PATROL AWARDS
i contest is sponsored an- Alford, Broker, Phone 437- (Capt) Ralph Michael
nually by IGA food stores/ 3171. June 8, ltp. Abraham. (Lt) Deborah Louise
Meekins, Connie Me-
Daniel, Jack Davis Rawlins,
Sharon Yvonne Splvey, James
; Tracey Prevatt.

Chevrolet GM McDaniel.LIBRARY AWARD Connie

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.... ((3 Times on Honor Roll).
,. 3rd grade Vincent Charles
Lowest priced convertiblesmodels Coble. 4th grade Carl Edgar
Lerch, Jon Alan Wilder. 5th
grade Cherri Delaine Hanna -
Rodney Alfred Law, Jac-
Lowest priced hardtops0 ; qulyn Robinson.
((4 Times on Honor Roll). 3rd
"t grade Michael Paul Cannon
Lowest l va .
price Brady F. Fennell. 4th
grade-Cheryl Lynn Hosklns,
,, I' '.:', Mary Patricia Reynolds. 5th
grade Francis Roberts Bry
f'.U/ (And that low price"bring.. you a road-sure ride, Body by Fisher quality and a an, Margaret Louise Reynolds,
traditionally higher resale value. You also get wider front and rear tread for greater Pamela Jean Thomas. 6th
. S stability and handling foam-cushioned.seats, and extra fenders Inside the grade Ralph Michael Abraham
j\i regular ones to help Inhibit rust. Most everything more expensive cars give youl) Thea Michele Hein Deborah .
Louise Meekins, James
Tracey Prevatt, Jack Davis


, .
Walton Victor Cowart, valedictorian
of the graduatingclass
at Bunnell High School,
,. has been given the Annual
I Award of the Reader's Digest
t Association for students who
{ by their successful school
work give promise of attaining
. leadership in the comrnun
ity, it was announced today
by Ken Herring, principal.
Walton will receive an honorary -
one-year subscription to
The Reader's Digest In any
one of its 14 language editions -
: which he chooses, and a

Impala Convertible-with most everything higher priced cars give youChevrolet's personal certificate from the
See your Chevrolet dealer Editors "in recognition of past
Safe I accomplishments and In anticipation
during his Camaro Pacesetter of unusual achieve
Special buys on Camaro Sport Coupes and Convertibles greater value Is another reason you get ment to come."
specially equipped with:260-cubic-inch Six,155 hp Deluxe The Reader's Digest Associa-
steering wheel Bumper guard, front and rear Whitewall that sure feeling Won is presenting these
tires Wheel covers Wheel opening moldings Striping awards In senior high schools
along the sides Extra interior brightwork And, at no extra throughout the United Statesto
cost during the sale,you can get the special hood stripe and a the highest honor studentof
floor shift for the 3-speed tranamiteion! SALE SAVINGS,TOO, I the graduating class
I (Model CS 10994)). J in the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor -

1 Cowrt Bimini, was made
; ..1., .
(. --- possible through the cooperation -
of Mr. Herring end the
1 ".1116 'tastchlnc ..ft. He was selected -

11' Ill-TUMlIN CHEVROLET COMPANY rigged to receive to stimulate the award scholarlp de-.

,. citizenship, and oontin-
..* contact with .
after! graduation

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