The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 8, 1968
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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Robert W. Deen Jr. of \ .,. :..-. .
311 North Pine Street! hu been _\ ROAD FRONTAGE

appointed by the President of .. : The Board of County Centmlssloners -
R. A. Foster. Tamiami Trail-
the United State, upon therecommendation got 31.4 acres of
of the Governor way Agent and Bob Hardes- land between Highway 11 aM

of the State of Florida, ty Greyhound Lines' agent BtHtneit Airport In an exchange

to the office of Member of Local appeared before the Bunnell with 1. E. Wadsworthfor

Board No. 22 St. Augustine City Commission Monday release of easements on

Florida This local board night seeking the commissioners 1753 acres of land in glide

N"n"'CE'S both St. Johns and support for extendingtheir areas already owned' by Wads-
services. The
Flagler Counties, for Selective' companies worth. This exchange' ef land
Service System. city commissioners adopted for eascenees WH 1't'E'8fR.' '
Mr Deen has been a lifelong resolutions endorsing the applications mended In a letter to the

resident of this area. He of Greyhound Lines Board from Federal AviationAuthority.
was graduated from Bunnell Inc. for the extension of its .
School and from Jones bus service between St. Petersburg
High Wadsworth reserved' theright
Business College in Jackson and Fort Lauderdale to cut the timber on
and Tamiami Trallways
vtlle. ; three of the four parcels of
He is cattleman, served to provide a direct service between
a land he Is conveying to the
on the Board of Supervisors Daytona Beach and county. The Board will haveto
Bimini Drainage District. Flor Gainesville and other points
a.- engage a survey on one

da Cattlemen's Association that'ftta would cross provide state operation Bunnell Pictured above are left to tight Chief' Roger Edwards and parcel of land In order to have
and the Flagler County Soil for deed'
description prepara
Assistant Chief Richard of Volunteer Fire
residents with bus transportation Ytlvlngton Department
Conservation District ASCS. tion. Commissioner. Alfred
to Palatka and various of City of Bunnell.
Is Mr.
Mr. Deen replacing Tucked made the motion to
other cities west of Gaines
Lewis E. Wadsworth. who *
resigned affect the transfer which had
due to business pressure ville. FLAGLER BEACHCOMMISSIONERS been pending for some time.
alter serving over six In other action the commission RUSHES I95INTERCHANGE It was carried without objec

and one half years,, as local :

board member. His business Voted to meet Monday February NAME FIRE CHIEF tion.Five bids for motor vehicle

office served u a registrationarea 12 at 7:30 p. m. with Jack White president of Inspection equipment were

for young men requiredby dtY engineers Dawkins and Marco Polo. Inc. and Allen The Flagler Bt"adCity received. After a lengthy discussion -

law to register. Associates, Orando to discuss Wright, vice president, have commission appointed E. J. It was decided to reject
Presently Mr. Raymond S. progress of city's proposed requested the Board of County Chaffee Fire Chief of the Flag all bids and call for new

Smith. County Service Officer, sewage system program. Commissioners to assist. themin let Beach Volunteer Fire Department bids on revised specifications.Bids .

with offices In the County Agreed' to purchasing the Implementing Immediate at their meeting are returnable at 7:30P.

Court House, has been selected necessary silverware and dinnerware construction of f-W Interchange Thursday night Chaffee. recommended M. February 16th.B. .

to take over the duties of needed to refurnishthe at the Korona Road. for the appointment A. Foster vice presidentof

Registrar. All requests' and In- Civic Center kitchen. White stated that they planto by members of the fire Tamlaml Trallways appeared
well as registrations succeeds Dean M.
quiries as department before the Board to request
of Bun-
Announced he City the Japanese' Gardensof
are to be handled open Peterson who resigned. the adoption of a resolution
nell will host: the League of Marco Polo by January 1.
through his office. In other action the commissioners which would support
Small Municipalities quarterly 19G9. This would be the main
dinner-meeting Thurs tourist attraction. Other attractions : their application with the

BUNNELLPTA day. Feb. 15 at 7:30 p. m. at will be under construction Instructed the clerk to schedule State to extend bus service in

,MEETING. the Bunnell Civic Center. and opetMd-as com a meeting with the auditing Flagler County. Presently

MONDAY Dekted one block on Canal pleted. However, It would be firm of Robertson Zima there is Trailway service from

Demonstration of the Bun. St and two blocks on Lincoln necessary' to have 1-95 Interchange and May Daytona Beach to Jacksonville to Deland thru

nell High School physical education Street' from the city's street open before Marco see' if an agreeable settlement service
directed' by paving program. Polo can be available to tour could be made. The auditing
program Beach
Palatka to Daytona
firm submitted a bill to thecity
Coach Joe Kirkland will be Refused a request for $1200 ists.The for fees thru BunnelLJan
for $1500 auditing
presented at the Bunnell Parent from City Recreation DirectorLeslie Board of County Commissioners refused the Spangler. representingCivil
which was by
Teachers Association Pache for financing the pledged their in commissioners. The comrnis- Air Patrol appeared before
meeting Monday night at recreation dorsement of the project and
city summer pro boners offered the firm a fifteen the Board to request' the
7:30 in the school gymnasium. gram. The request was denied promised their support at the cent Increase overlast Board to construct a building

The various skills being because the amount exceededthe State Road Board hearing to per bill of $350. but the at the airport to be used fora

taught in the program will be $500 that was budgetedfor be held In Deland this month. auditors years did not accept the lounge and office. Spanglersaid

demonstrated by students of recreation. offer. The auditing firm counter it could be used by CAP

all grade levels. Coach Kirkland Heard a request for a $30 HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORSAND -otfered to accept $1200 for classes and meetings as
will be discussed: by defray travel well other pilots flying Into .
donation to help SENIORS TO provided' they were retainedas as
Mrs. Mary Gurnee. health In. expenses of a local youth basketball city auditors. The commission the airport. He proposedthat
structor, and physical education ATTEND COLLEGE NIGHT
team. The request was protested this proposaland it be constructed with
instructors Jack Hall and refused upon legal advice Juniors and seniors of Bun. called for another confer funds to be obtained by selling

Jack Hardin. from the city's attorney. nell High School will attend ence.Appointed. of airport timber. Approval -
The brief business meetingwill College and the Boardaarff't"d
Denied a request for $300 the Volusla-Flagler Area commissioner was granted
Include reports from the Beach offer for sale about
from the Bunnell Band Parents Night at Daytona Floyd Collins temporary build to
concession committee chairman; and; recommendations due to the lack of funds. Junior 9. College Friday February ing Inspector" until a permanent $.D)) worth of pine timber.

of the PTA Tabled a request from Magic Inspector can appoint--
Executive Committee which : Valley Studios for taking In previous years the College ed. SCHOOL BOARD

met last Monday evening.Mrs. pictures In Bunnell.A : Day or Career Day had REPORTON
been scheduled at the various
Mike St mk, membership to advertise bids for NIXON LEADS
high schools In the state
chairman reported there LP Gas with bids returnable HEARING
different -
with representatives
are 342 paid members of the Monday. Feb. 19. FLORIDA GOP
colleges and technical' Flakier County Superintendent
Bunnell PTA. She will havea Heard a report from the schools participating. Richard Nixon Is the overwhelming of Public Instruction Coy
membership table In the Commission of Florida
Florida Development choice theHealth
G. Harris reported on
gym lobby for the convenience that Bunnell had been This year, the College Republicans for President ac Education and Welfare

of those who, have not placed high on the comprehensive Committee has scheduled cording to a recent poll conducted Department hearing at

yet purchased their membership .nadylbt. Institutions area meetings of learning so that can more be by Republican State Washington. D. C last weekto

cards. Agreed to install approximately represented. Approximately'fifty Chairman William Murfin. the board members at th IrI'f'I'Ular

BOY SCOUT 120 ft. of culvert on N. Institutions will send representatives The poll was taken at ateries meeting Tuesday
Church St. to the meeting. of twelve precinct action morning. Harris was accompanied
COURT Or HONOR seminars sponsored the trip by chairman
Read a letter from the City The will begin at on
Flagler Beach Boy Scout of Miami asking the city to program throughout Florida by the Harold Emery and board
7:00 P. M. and adjourn approximately
495 will hold Court of State Committee. Dave Ferryman and
Troop send* representative to Tallahassee 9:00 P. M. College Republican members
Honor this Friday evening at Feb. 20 to attend a : have Florida cities In which the 11. V. Peavy and Attorney
7 o'clock following a dinner meeting with the Florida Pub. been scheduled In three time lemlnars took place were: Charles TindelL

scheduled to be served' at 5:30. lie Service Commission. No blocks, with different student Pensacola. Tallahassee Jack- The hearing was scheduledfor
Both events will be at the action was taken. meeting simultaneous lonville. Ocala, Tltusville Orlando 10 a. m. and the morning
Flagler Beach City Recreation groups Lakeland, Tampa. Port
ly. This will give more time government
Center. Charlotte. Miami Fort Lau-
and discussion.
The public Is Invited to attend SEAT IN for Student questions groups will be listed derdale. and West Palm to conditions of segregation In
both events according Beach.
the Flagler school system
TALLAHASSEEJohn from surveys taken earlier in
to Scout master Howard Holl- the area schools. Such topics With a total of 2.373 votes which were In noncompliancewith

enbach. Tickets for the supper W. Seay State Conservation as admission, programs available being scattered among many federal regulations. At.

may be obtained from Officer was In Tallahassee financial aid housing. prominent Republicans, the torney Tlndell was permitted

any troop member last week with the Job opportunities after graduation top positions for President and to cross examine their wit.

newly organized Florida LawEnforcement and other pertinent Vice President were as follows neos N.
Bureau. Most questions will be discussed. : Harris stated that HEW ap-
Tldss lot February 1-14 his time was spent In learning Parents are Invited] (and PRESIDENT peared to be concerned about

HIGH LOW their facilities and personnel Nixon 1,129teagan the fact that 30 Negro students .
Day AM. P3L A3L P.M. so as to Improve relations between urged) to attend the meeting .., ..... G55 who indicated freedom

8 3:30 3:42 9:48 9:48 the various law enforcement with students.This could well Rockefeller ......... 400 of choice from attending Bun

9 4 JO 4:48 10:48 10:42 departments. Seay be one of the most Important tourney ., .....-....... 112 nell School had transferred

10 5:24 5:42 11:36 11:36 stated that he was highly imdressed evenings of a student's school Kirk. ..... .. ......_.._... 41 back to Carver.
11 6:12 6:30 12:01 12:24 with the good facilities experience. .
commended' Harris
Call Bunnell High School VICE PRESIDENT The Board
12 7:00: 7:18 12:21:36 and qualified personnel
13 7:42: 8:00 1:06) 1:48 In the new state law department Guidance Office for more In. Reagan 803 and linden for their pre*
454 sentatlons at the hearing.
formation. Kirk
14 8:24 8:42: 1:54 2:24


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During the past week a number of Mil have been Introduced -
Lean Western "CENTER CUT"Lean
In the Legislature which could have eon..Urral effect
cm Flagler CottMy. The one Mil hat will affect every one Is therequest
of the Governor that the sale. tax be Increased' from ops lb. 69

three to ftve cents on the dollar keeping Meet of the present

HO'e realtae that If school are 4o be provided with Western "BREADED
the aiMfetenal million of dollar being requested, the money
baa to come from somewhere. It Is noticeable that the majorityof
I legislators appear to be trying to hold the line on ad valorem TLETS lb. 69

taxes on property. Senator Pope is vigorously opposing the two
cent Increase In sale tax by suggesting that cigarette and

other items should be Increased. Azalea's SMOKED (6-8 Ib. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Other legislator have proposed Increased liquor taxes, severance
taxes on phosphate and timber and corporate! Income
taxe The State Constitution now prohibit Income tues on PICNICS lb. 39Herman's

individual, if not on corporation

It te a foregone conclusion that there will be a considerabletax
Increase. However, there are other bills introduced that can
effect us even more so. For Instance, the Quality Education
Commission has recommended" that counties' with lees than 5000 "PURE PORK"SAUSAGE Streak O'Lean
student be consolidated Into a school district with another'

county to reduce cost of operation. Since Flagler County has WHITE BACON
about 1200 student, a bill has been Introduced to combine us
with Putnam and St. John Into one school district with seven lb. "
board members to be elected at large. 59c 39C

If this were 40 be done, the people of Flagler would lose
all administration control of their school system. It Is quite
Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2.2t lb. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER
probable that we would not be able to elect" even one board
member. It Is even possible that teacher salaries might be lower -
under this plan than they would be if we remained a separate *
county because Flagler County usually pays higher salaries lb..29
than the two counties we are proposed to Join In a new

Bills have been Introduced to provide for appointive county
and state school superintendents. There would be no restriction -
as to salary to be paid or residence of the appointees. These NECK BONES l!! Ibl. $100 TURKEY NECKS4 $100
bill require constitutional amendment to be voted on by the RIB :: PIG FEET Iba.

people of Florida as a whole.

Another bill being Introduced proposes to take the Junior
Boat No. t CanPORK
colleges out of the hands of the school boards and turn them Show
over to Individual Boards of Trustees.' Under this arrangement BEANS Each lOc
Flagler County probably would continue to have three members A ND
of the eight member board of Daytona Beach Junior College.A Chef noy.Ar.Dee lib, Can
recommendation of the Quality Education Commissionis
that small schools within a district be consolidated This SPAGHETTI MEATBALLS AND Each 19 C 1 Tin Ib 49c
probably would apply to the Flagler Beach Elementary School

which has about 135 student While the county school board Betty Crocker (7c off Pilei.) Limit t with $5.00 or more food order
sees the need to maintain a school in the community of Flag CAKE For
leer Beach, a district school board with no local representationmight MIXES 3 $100
be concerned only with the dollars and cents saved.It .

could be that this Is the first step toward consolidating Martha White DELITE
small counties. SELF lb.
John A. Clegg RISING MEAL S Bag 39c
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Student Florida Education SID BILLION MARK ( tlb, in Solids) 10...
Association SFEA executive Deposit in Florida's commercial EACH .:

board has adopted a banks Increased a Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
five-point program including whopping 16.7 per cent during EVERCANE
a pledge that no student ac 1967 according to a report
cept a teaching position inSeptember released by the Florida SUGAR FROZEN FOODS
unless the starting Bankers Association. Bank deposits -
salary 1s at least $6,000. now total $9.8 billion
The 3.000-member student and are expected to reach $10 5 Bag 1ge Clark' 'BREADED" (Pllr. of 5))
branch of the Florida Education billion before the close of the
Association (FEA vowed first quarter of 1968. Bank with VEAL STEAKS Ea 8ge
Limit 1 food order
their full support of teachers caving deposit jumped 20.1 or more I

In their effort to achieve per cent during the year, Pet Ritz 9 in. Size I
quality education In Florida. bringing the total savings
The action came during the Floridians now have on deposit FRESH PRODUCE PIE SHELLS Two. of 35e '
day-long meeting held at the with Florida banks to
University of South Florida's $-1.3 billion. Demand deposit U. S. No. 1POTATOES
newly dedicated education climbed 14.1 per cent A rate
building. unprecedented In recent years 10 39C PURE SHORTENING
Citizens Bank of Bunnell Bag
Membership In the S.FEA is

composed university of and junior graduate college, had 6 an per Increase cent Hastings In depositsof Exchange Large Crisp HEADLETTUCE BAKE RITE

school student who are eitherin Bank deposits were Each 19C
down &5 per cent Palatka lb.
college education or
National Bank 45 39e
was up percent Tin
who plan to teach following Snowy White
and Exchange 14.2 percent
In addition to a minimum St. Augustine Exchange CAULIFLOWER Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
salary recommendation Miss Bank was up 3.44 per cent 39c
and St. Nationalwas
Linda Schreer.' SFEA president
up 10.2 per cent In deposit
said the SFEA board
also took a stand against permitting
Its members to accept
employment in a school where DBJC
they would be required to TAX COURSEA
teach out of field-in a school DBJC short course designed -
that does not guarantee the to teach the fundamental f f ltIII
teacher an opportunity to par. of Income tax forms and records Illl (
tlclpate In policy makingin will begin on campusFebruary II
a school that is not In compliance 19. (
with, Title IV Act. the Eden W. Warren, managerof IIIIIII
Civil Rights Act- in a accounting for the General ( II Phone 437-3227
school system that does not Electric Company In Daytona OPEN SUNDAYS II
provide for inservice training Beach will teach the course 8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m. III US. No 1 BU NELL
and upgrading of the profession scheduled to meet weekly for
ten week Quantity Rights Reserved Price Good February 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1968&Itt

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APO San FnHMiwo. Cattf.9MM kawwe. Charles* I.C.
was pmmsUa1 la supervised the 4t..IJ'RlIRtof n. BHte Cross Blue SuiiM QMH-
Army private pay grade E-2: tfcatimt supply storage fa but week Ie visit with .hint 6i+enngary Coaerthge hsspMalsaileet .
upon eemptetkm of bask.... cvlfvws wnleii greatly enhanced wIMIe his ship WM dechedthere. .Inerrant, fee P1s,4&s
bat trahUng at Pt. 1M"' .... the effectfveneaa of M* A l/C James M. Brown sort Seeder at......
Ga. Jan. 26. unit .M ensured' the unirhterupled The .......1. te stationed OFFICIAL PEN RECEIVED .
promotion was awarded low Ol aHpppfWft toall Brown action, the rate Far Osnpigmentary -
two months earlier than Is Naval Cetwtnietfen and at dark APB the Philippine AND NEW OFFICERS Coverage used by.
customary under an Army' polIcy Marine HIts In the Da Nang I....... Jim I* a commwrieation U0S000) Senior CHteen to MH
providing Incentive for Area. specialist. In the 1st Mobile ELECTED pernest Medicare benelts.
outstanding trainees.' Communications Group Submitted by will drop from $SJO to sue
As many as half the trainee going to various areas In Ricky Mbtshew. Reporter a month effective April 1.
in each training cycle are Donald Barrow ACS. US Southeast Asia aa needed! to On January 30, 1068, there roHeyhoMera who have paM
eligible for the early promotion Navy called his mother Thursday set up communlcaHons. He. was an official meeting: of the beyond April 1 will receive a
based on scores attained afternoon' from M ffett has been to most places In Btmneil. Chapter ot the Future refund automatically, Comm4s4oner -
during range firing high Field San Francisco CaW. to the area Inducing Australia. Farmers of America. During Williams said.
score on the physical combat tell her he had arrived in the New Zealand and Vietnam. this meeting there were official Blue Crow-Blue Shield requested
proficiency test military bear United States. Jim recently Informed his pen given to the member the rate decrease, said
ing and leadership potential. Donald has been stationedin parents that he had just learned of the F. F. A. the Commissioner because
He received his B. A. degreeIn Japan for the past six he had been chosen! as Air The ''lt'mbfrsbo receivedthe claim experience has been
1967 from Western Kentucky months. lie Is now assignedto man of the Quarter In the lit pens are as follow: good under the program and
University. Bowling the California base. Mobile Communications Gp. President Wayne Allman. because Medicare benefits
Green..Ky. Ills address Is: Viee-President Mike Dur- have been liberalised hi certain
Hi* new address to: A1C James M. Brown rance.Secretary.. areas to absorb more of
A Co. 16th Bn. Navy Lieutenant Commander AF 14953900) Kenny' Spiwy.TrNsul't'f. the beneftdary health care
James A. Babbitt Jr. son 1st Mob. Comm. Gp BoxlOGAFO
4th Tng. Bde. Henry Bower expenses.
ef Mr. James A. Babbitt Sr. of San Francisco. Calif.
Fort Jackson S. C. 2907. Reporter, Ricky Mlnshew Liberalized<< Medicare Iratealts -
Flaglcr Beach has reported to 90274. Chaplain George Allen. Include partial. coveragefor
Saufley Naval Auxiliary Advisor Ronnie Cathey 60 days In the hospital In
Marine Master Sergeant Edward Air Station. Pensacola. Florida BHS HONOR ROLL Sentinel Cordon Worley. addition to the present 90
R. Ruggles, son of Mr., for duty as a flight Instructor WEEKS Chapter Farmers 3rd Tsar days for each spell of Illness;
and Mrs. Chester Ruggles of with Training Squadron THIRD SIX Wayne Allman, Kenny Spl- and elimination of the $50 deductible -
Bunnell. was awarded the One. Student must have 90 or vey, Henry Bower, Mike Dur- for payment for service
Navy Achievement Medal with His squadron train Navy. above In each and every sub ranee and Cordon Worley. of a pathologist or a radiologist
Combat "V" Marine Corps and Coast Guard ject. First year pens were presented while a hospital inpatient .
The presentation was made aviation students in the fundamentals Senior High SchooL Grades to 29 green hands.
during ceremonies at the Marine of flying necessary 10.12
Corps Base, Camp Lejeune. for their first solo flight Gary Buckles t ..

N. C. Over 2800 student aviatorsa Ullle hallJeanne

He received the award for year get their start at his Illgglnbotham
outstanding achievement squadron. Unda KnightBeth

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Dale Clegg after you see
Billy Creal
Rob Cowart your doctor. .
NOTICEYou Lisa Hall

Randy Herring bring yourprescription
are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror Debbie Holdrldge -
his assistant will be present in the various pre'cincta Paula Kiwala to

on the day and hour shown below for the Tammy Jan Ferryman Robertson L1e

purpose of receiving. tax returns on Heal Personal Daphne Rodgers<<
and Intangible Property, and applications for Home- Jay Rodgers
stead and other exemptions: Eve Tucker Ifttuq ,
Kathy West e
Precinct No. BunntlU. Tax Assessor's Office. Friday. February Mona Wetherington Professional BWj.
1C 1:30 A. M. to 12 Noon. Wally W1lkinsRENEW

Precinct No. 4- -BunntlL Masonic Lodge. Friday Febru. ----------l- -
ary 16. 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.

leach HalL Monday. February -
Precinct No. 2-Flagler Qty
19. ':00 A. M. to 12 Noon.
Precinct "0. $-A-Parrot Village. Monday. February 1!. 812111 MONTH

1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M. A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director

Precinct No. Espanola.: County Polling Building. Tues JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR
day. February 20. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M. 111Jf

Precinct No. 3- -Koroaa. WhIte Eagle. Tuesday. Febru. CONDITIONED I I .T LADY I I I EQUIPPED OXYGEN

ary 29.. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. CHAPEL I ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES

Precinct No. 3 Haw Crook. Community Hall. Wednesday.
Phone ID 7-3532
February 21. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
Precinct No. 4-SL Johns Pork. Community: HalL Wednesday
February 21. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
The Tax Laws require that you file a return on -----7 ,- -
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Personal and Intangible Personal Property regard- -

less of the amount, before April 1st and I am re-
quired to assess a ten percent penalty upon your HOME fWiil ON TIMECERTIFICATES
failure to do so. CALL US FOX FRfff I

All applications for exemption must also be
filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is Beach VOUI A MINIMUM ttJXM( ( -,90 DAYS
open from 8:30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 P. M. 357 Andrews St Onaead couirrrNATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
to 4:30 P. M. and we will be glad to assist you, if Offlca C72-074S Horn 2553232FlBERGLAS

possible. BANK Ph. C77-S217 ITS W. Granada
Respectfully 1 e teew/veil
Onnond ...11. Florida
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UDC AN'NTALTEA The IsM H.wood V/taak>J WTuesday. t heeds HIGH CONTEST tAlK ura.HaIDFEBKUAItY:

JVto 13 at 8 p. m. M 6
: The Bunnell Nigh con
( the km of Mrs. CMrtttChambers. sponsored .*..alty .by
Colony Park Bttt- "Mucfc thoogJrt ad .......
''\, the Trt-HI-Y Club at BwmtrtlHigh
nttt.ATTEND. planning have pone Into like
School will be Saturday. "
TEACHER 12-day .w p4.
10 7-36 m in
February at p.
WOilKillOf dent W C. MadHMS, wM M'
the high school gymnasium.
,1 l4d Mrs. Wanda Mercer. Knaotl tends an invitation to everyone -
Nineteen girl aye contending
High ScJttol.; Mrs. Betty Her to attend the Ord annual
for the title The contestants
ring PlagJer Beach .......- and their sponsor ate as follows midwinter .pwition. Pefc.
Scfcoal and.rt Stewr 617.
ary ;
: Sue Bvoa P'hweM'
and Baady ........ Carve Mway
Club; Janet C+sek. Cook's Sundries -Attendance te expected towrpAM
f Junior High School were In ; Donna Dearlng. Lion'sClttb tat year's rees**

Tampa last weekend *o art- ; Jane Green. Sings Fisherman when visitors from 36 fenlgnnatl

tend a Classroom Teachers Resort; Lillie Hall. .fM and all SO Mate voluntarily .

tions"Workshop. on "M"...." ReM Superteat. Co.; Nancy Hargett.Beta ,,..... H4." noted

Club; Jeanne Higgin- manager M. E. TwedeiL
botham. Future Teachers "St>ftlor Citizens Day" Feb.
VISIT Club; Maria Hugas. Woman's 8 i* lust one of many new

Former residents Mr. and Club; Marcia Johnston. Future events for the 1968 fak. A four

Mrs. Byren Hlmon and daughter Farmers; Lesa Knight. hour long program will entertain

Out of tUDC Division: :.',::.:::rirs are shown bclnj presented Cynthia of Wayeross, Ca., Student Council Linda Un- special visitors. 60 yean
Junior Elaine
I corsairs crsn arrival at th* kC"tful:! affair, spent the weekend camping gold. ClaM; and oMerAgrHMMineM.
Murray, Idlewood Club; Vicky
at St. Johns Park. .
Perritt. Freshman Class. Susan should be delighted
Mrs. Hinson and Cynthia
Peterson. Cattlemen's ASM.; with the new "Ranch
visited wWi Mr. and Mrs.
Sharon Rouse, Black's Florist; Ready Beef Show"-an entirely
Bion Matherly and daughterBeth I I in livestock
CHestlne Spates Atomic new while Mr. Hinson enjoyed Beauty Shoppe; Kathryn Judging allowing I participation
a fishing trip with friends.
commercial cattle
Strickland Tri-HI Club; by
Carol Lynda Townsend Land'n breeders.
Mrs. Clifton Webb returned
home Sunday from Halifax Sea Fashions; and JoAnne Both the electrical and horticultural .
Wilson. Senior Class.
Hospital In Daytona Beach { knows are undergoing

where she was a surgical patient The girls will attend a banquet a facelifting."Outdoor .

for several days. preceding Interviews Living Electrical
on Thursday evening. February
ly" Is the theme' of the redesigned
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 8. at the Flagler Pier Restaurant 22nd Electrical Expotitfon. .
Margie Lee Blakely celebratod Mr. Walter Morris
sponsored by Tampa
will Introduce the contestantsto
her twentieth
birthday anniversary Electric Co.Bromiliads.
Monday at a luncheon the five Judges following
sr ww given by her mother. Mrs. dinner The Judges are: Mr. cacti and succulents

Lee Blakely. at their home Shelton Barber Mrs. W. O. flowering pot plantsIn
Pine Street Bunnell. Fates, Mr Keene Gurnee. Dr. flower foliage plants, ferns

Several of Marge's college Ben Lacy and Mrs. F. W. Ting- palms orchids bonsall and

classmates Joined her for the Icy driftwood will be on display

celebration. Highlight of Saturday evening 'in the horticulture show.

Mrs. Harry Atkinson serves Mrs. W. E. Knight, III as Mrs. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY will be the crowning of Hibiscus will also be displayed .

R W. Dean Jr. Mrs. II. II Murray and Mrs. R. W. Cody, Sr. PARTY Miss Bunnell High and her dally winding up Feb.>>
look on. Mrs. Mary Bross of Flagler court by the 1966-1967 Miss. 17 with an expected 1.500 blossoms
Beach was honored with a Bunnell High. Paqulta Hugas. competing for awardsIn

The home of Mrs. Walter linen and lace embroideredcloth surprise birthday party Saturday A group of students will the Nation's only winter-

Knight Lambert Ave.. Bun. was laden with a lavish evening. Hostesses for the provide entertainment while Judged' Hibiscus Show.

nell was the setting Saturday array of dainty delicacies.A affair were Mrs. Wess Thomas the Judges are making that Spine tingling chills and

afternoon for the fourth annual picturesque arrangement of and Mrs. Howard Hollenbach. Important decision. Miss Linda thrills will be available on the

United Daughters of the red and white carnations Interspersed About twenty relatives and Skolar will provide musicon jam-packed Royal American

Confederacy' Birthday Tea. with leather leaf friends attended the party. the organ; Kathy Bourne Shows midway. Hucksters are

The outstanding social event fern accented the table Pre and Catherine Stanlsh will exercising heir vocal cordsso

commemorates' the birthday siding at the silver tea and About 25 friends enjoyed a each entertain with vocal se to be heard over the roar

anniversary of General Joseph, coffee services during the afternoon picnic Sunday afternoon In lections. Ballet will be per of the crowds and rides during

Eggleston Johnston for whom were Mrs. Don Moore the spacious back yard of formed by Miss Helene Bryan; the fun-filled days to come.

the chapter was named. Mrs., Harry Atkinson Mrs. the Weas Thomas home on the Junior and Senior Class Other grandstand arts Include .

Mrs. H. T. Cook chapterpresident Floyd Tingley. Mrs. Walter the river In the Hammock on will sing various choral selections the five-day Hurricane
Mrs. Cecil and North AlA. and Carol June
Cody Capo ; Smith
and Mrs Z. G. Hol Hell Driven auto thrill show
Mrs. Hubert Carcaba. will present a dance routine. Feb. ,.U WYOLTs
land. Jr. tea chairman assist WSCS PROGRAMPRESENTED ; Salute to
ed' Mrs. Knight In greeting the More than forty attendedthe Country Music Feb. 10, with

guests. lovely aUalr. Out of townguests A FORMER RESIDENT DIES Earl Flatt Lester Scruggs and
were Mrs. Cecil Capo. program t"ntltJf"drht' Red Foley headlining the en-
The Knight home was decorated American Indian" .
Mrs., Hubert Carcaba Mrs. was presented Mrs E. E. Hart, 78, former tertalnment
throughout with flowers Eugene Layft ld. Miss Ruth by Mrs. Oliver Taylorto Flagler county resident, passed Like horses?
the Fairgoers
beginning at entrance havea
the members of
the Worn-
Cbllette, Mrs. Talmadge Skinner away Friday, February 2
treat in
hall with artistic store with
an Quarterand
arrangement ens Society of Christian
all of St Augustine; Mrs. In a Miami hospital after a
of red and white carna Wednesday morning at Cutting Horse shows In
David Lancaster Division His lengthy Illness.
tions. the mornings and RCA-sanc-
Bunnell Methodist Church.
torian. Winter Park; lido Mrs. Hart moved to Miami tloned Rodeo
In the living room lemon Assisting with the program In
Frank Woodward. Division
about 25 years ago from Flag the
yellow gladiolus cascaded to second' vice president; Bartow; were Mrs. Walter Cody Mrs. let county. 1517. and night, Feb.
a center of bronze mums and Mrs. Zelma Apple Division Gordon Buckles Mrs. Cordell

native greenery. treasurer, Jacksonville; and Robertson and Mrs. William .

The tea table overlaid witha Mrs. II. O. Partridge, District Fryman.
handsome Imported' cut Two Director of Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Tucker president NOTICENotice
was hostess for the

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller Johnny Metts and son meeting.An is hereby given that a municipal election

had as their dinner guests Davey returned home Saturday Inspiring devotional was will be held in the City of Bunnell
Monday. Joe and John Kuen- from Tyler, Texas where given by Mrs. LJoyti Robertson. Florida,
zie of Falrbury 111. who are they visited a month with rel on Tuesday the 5th day of March, A. D. 1968,

spending the winter monthsat atives. for the purpose of electing three City Commis

Daytona Beach BABY DAUGHTERM. sioners. All
persons desiring to have their
STEAK COOKOUTFOR and Mrs. Richard Miller names
SHRINERS who printed upon the official ballot as candidates
Mrs. John Clegg and Mrs. recently moved to Flag are
Helen Sullivan were In Tampa Flagler County Shrine Club let Beach from West Palm required to pay to the City Clerk of said City,

Sunday to attend a merchandise members and guests will. Beach are the proud parents with whom he qualifies, a filing fee of five
have a steak cookout Thursday of a daughter Ruby Elizabeth per
Fashion at Mrs.the Florida L L. evening at 7:30 at the born January 3rd in West centum (5*) of the annual salary of the office of

Harris accompanied' them on Masonic TempJeBay Street, Palm Beach. City Commissioner of said City on or before 12:00
Bunnell. The cookout
the trip and remained' for several scheduled' to be at the homeof was BEACH RESIDENT o'clock noon on the 23rd day of February A. D.
days visit with relatives. 1968.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmonson LOTTIE E. STEELE

but was changed due to DIED MONDAYMrs. Notice is further given that the
FRIENDLY CIRCLE weather conditions.. registration
Lottie E. Steele 88, books of the City of Bunnell, Florida are now
TO MEET TEL IS Mrs. Viola Tonkin entertained Mllland Hotel Flagler Beach open for registration of voters to and

The Friendly Circle of the the Finesse Bridge Club died Monday night at the hotel the 23rd including
Bunnell Methodist Church will last Thursday evening at her after a lengthy Illness. day. until 12:00 o'clock noon of Feb

meet Thursday. Feb. 15 at home Palmetto Ave. Flagler She was born in Illinois and ruary A. D. 1968.

8:00: p. m. at the home of Mrs. Beach. High scorer was Mrs. moved to Flagler Beach 18 s' Barbara C.
Joe Kirkland, according: to Joann Crews and second high years ago from Shelbyville. Smythe City Clerk
Mrs. Jeff Seale. president.Mrs. was Mrs. Bess Estes. Ill City of Bunnell, Florida

Survivors Include two daughters
Friends of Mrs., Hester Allison
Judy Smith St. Johns Mrs. Mildred Landers
will be sorry to learn she
Flagler Beach; and Mrs. Alice
Park spent the weekend In
Is a patient at Halifax Hospital miara
Flagler Beach anda
Baltimore Md. and Washing
I In Daytona Beach She
4 ton. D. C. visiting with son. Flagler
friends. underwent surgery satisfactorily and Is reported The body was forwarded to County Insurance

recovering Shelbyville. Ill for services
and burial.RESIDENTS.
Among those from Flagler ,
Dinner guests of Mr. and County planning to attend a BROTHER

Mrs. Philip Johnson Sunday Shrine Officers Meeting at DIES IN GEORGIA All Forms of Insurance

were Mr. and Mrs. Al Dompe. JaC'ksoniJJeSaturday are James Grady Clark brotherof
Sr. of Flagler Beach; Mr. and Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. Edmon- )In. Ruth Watkins Bun. 305 East Moody Blvd. .:. Phone 437-3171

r Mrs. AI Dompe. Jr. and children son: Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bran. hell and uncle of Rev. L. E. Bunnell Florida
of Tltusville{ and Mr. and nam; )fro and Mrs. Henry Watkins. former Methodist' 32010

Mrs. Chuck Litvaney of Holly Scott: ; Mr. and Mrs., John Rice pastor died at Bluffton Ga. LlFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS
HilL and Mrs. H. H. Murray. Saturday night.



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TooLate I Social SecurityNEWS I I

To Classify WE GIVE: Q.o. '
Is tt
Q. true that younger
.T R.s..a Kay workers METT seeprices
can now qualify for
A reader writes to complainthat OvMIVUvVy benefits with .lees TOP Coed
I am continually ptektaffait thaw S yeas work under social Th. ., Fri., s.t.

our Movie pel..... aiM stewfey VALUE and Monday,
A. The .has I open e.aet
ww...,... when
Wselwvs under age 31 may Feb. 8, 9, 10 and
net really to Name since they .
he eilgable for eMtI disabliky
tow STAMPS 12.198
ate only "doing what is nat
..1." payments forM thent 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
selves and their families with Phone 437-3201
He points out that the ....1 Mttte as m years of social
culprits are you and me. The lfftfMy ft'MiIt. !
average Joe en. whew Q. Hew does this new" rule
apathy and dal tcrcst in the werk Hew much credit' do ARMOUR STAR Fresh (Boston Butt) Flavor Aged Choice
welfare of the country .te directly you need' ?
responsible for what .Is A. The amount of coverageyou PORK BEEF POTROAST
happening to It. need depend on your age TURKEYS
Take crime and rioting.He when yeu become: disabled to ROAST
says the average' citizen work. For example, if you are
will stand by and see a fellow disabled before age :N, you
citizen beaten up and only need IS years of work
10 Lbs.
robbed and won't even botherto under social security out of
call the police. Why should the 3 year period ending and up, 35 49 59
he become Involved that .is when your disability began. Lb. Lb. Lb.
until: it happens to him. If you became disabled between
We contend we are for "law age :24 and age 31 you
and order" but we accept' the need coverage in at least<< half
charges of "police brutality"as of the time elapsing betweenag "
Justified and look on the 21 and the time you became -
cops or the fuzz as worse than disabled. If you have
the criminals they try to con become disabled before age'
trol. 31. contact your social security
office and they will determine <<.
Half of us never bother to
you are now
go to the polls and vote in an
election. We are entirely satisfied ed.Q.
What about workers who
that we have the "rightto
become disabled after
vote"<< and see no advantage age
in putting ourselves out to exercise 30? t 4 PORK CHOPS
the privilege. A. The rule Is the same asunder LOIN Lb .............. 7ge
the old law. The worker .
When our taxes are raisedwe needs' social security credIts
scream to high heaven for at least 5 out of the Lb.................. 5ge
but we overlook the fact that 10 years before becoming dis

the body that raised the taxes abled.The new rule Is a sPf'C'lal BEEF PLATE STEW MEAT 3 $100
was voted In office because we rule for workers who become Us. For
failed to cast our vote or made disabled before 31.
any effort to check on their age LEAN AND MEATY Lb.
philosophy of government BEEF SHORT RIBS 49cFLORIDA"

The average citizen today
seems to feel that governmentis RENEW YOURDRIVERS CUT UP FRYERS 5 Lb. Bac. .$179
none of his concern He LICENSE ..i.
contends that no matter who rorrltc fOUR '
you vote for the guy will turn I BIC'B '."m: r FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 us.. .. $149
out to be a crook and a bum
in the end should he
so why
concern himself on election ARMOUR ALL MEAT FRANKS 12 oz. Pkr. 39MOKK

' day.It. KEEP lOll EYE ON

Is easy he says to blame D 3 oL Pkc. For
the other guy for our own 4
short comings. Responsibilityof SERVICEOIL
citizenship Is something for
the other guy to worry about.
Why should he worry when

his one lousy vote wouldn't GO Showboat (300)) Flo-Cane Shuriine INSTANT
make any difference anyhow

There was a time In this PORK AND SUGAR
country when the average citizen COFFEE
was proud of his country ShellProducts BEANS
He would stand with head 5 Lb 60z
bare when the flag passed by 10 Cana $100 Bag 39 e J.r. 49c

and stand when the national Are Here Limit 1 with $5.00 01' Limit 1 with $5.00 or
anthem Is played but if he Limit (10) Cans Please more food order more food order
does today It Is because the 301 N. STATE STREET
guy next to him does, and he
feels. silly about the whole BUNNELL Copeland PURE Monrram Mle'

Mr. Joe Citizen reads of the ... Y1 r LARD RICE SALT
waste and graft going on, the
billions of tax dollars going
2 lb. 12 oz. 3 lb.
down the drain and makes no gistfKl 1 79- 37- 26 .
move to change the situation. Real Estate Broker Jars Bar BoEverfreah : 40 e
He assumes that such actionsare Limit (2) Jars Please Limit ((1) Bar Plea.
normal and you have tonPf''t Buanall Florida
It Tell him he Is responsible "'..... r
and he becomes indignant Chicken of the Sea Hunt' 46 oz. Can
(20 oz.)
Ask him to write his Congressman .

and he says "Nuts.I BREAD TUNA JUICE
might as well write the dogcatcher
for all the good it
would do. Why should I stick PANTRYAnnounces 4 20 Loaves oz. 95e 3 % Flat $100 3 46 0:. shoo
my neck out. I might want to Cana Cana
ask the guy for a favor some New Serving Hours
Well I must agree heartily BREAKFAST 7 to S a. m.

with my critic. I admit that DINING ROOM 4 to 12 p. m. Produce Frozen Foods Dairy
most of our Ills today are the Carry out service at all times
responsibility of the average
Joe Citizen. He has become 'boDe 4J7-H1I Golden Yellow Morton' Krait American

disillusioned and Just naturally BANANAS' T. V. DINNERS, CHEESE,

doesn't care anymore.He Lb. .... fOe 2 For...... 7ge 16 Slices, Pke... SSe
is content to accept the HASTINGS MATTRESS
situation as It Is until something & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Yellow Cooking Winter Garden Philadelphia Cream

happens to him personally 710.12 Lemon St. ONION, Strawberries, CHEESE, $400
then he stands up on his Palatka, Florida 3 lb. B.r. 19' 2 10 oz. Pkra. 55c 3 8 oz. Pkr. .&
hindlegs and screams. "Why Phone EA 5-9166
doesn't somebody do some Furniture. Upholttrlag
that he was
thing" forgetting
should the guy anybody who used**to say"Why Mattresses Repaired&&Box Refinished Springs 50 FREE SO FREE 50 FREE

Call Laura Morris 4373233 With Purchase of With Purchase or With Purchase of
E For fait Retain After (.00 P. M. 10 lb. Bar U. S. No. 1 (1) E.nlre.h Twin Pkr. 2 Pan-Ready

\READandUSE PRICES REASONABLE Irish Potatoes Potato Chips Cutup Fryers
Coupon Void After Coupon Void Alter Coupon Void Alter
Jut as near as you February 12, 1963 February 12, 1968 February 12, 1968
mono or Post Office
Drop Us a Card: or Call

Free Pick-up Delivery .

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Ref. 00 Now 2 For $00
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JO Now $C"O

-Scout camp activities bfjin with *n early morning flag ff. (t HALF SLIPS
raisin* ccrrnjony at Camp SerrJnole. Boy Scout Troop No. 472 : R<" Now Ie $399
members and scoutmasters Jeff Seale and Robert Walters are 44$5PANTIES $199
shown during the ceremony

I Rei. $"900 Now $.i
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...,,' HOSE by MOJUD I IReI.

.., Ea. Now Pair 'k !
R. $345 I
.. $135 3
... I IRoc.
....' .

-..--...y1r,..'.. 350 750 Now 9M to A" r !I

Senior Patrol Leader Robert Crest Is shown giving Instructionsto SKIRTS ;
troop members preparing to depart on a set compass course
Pictured: left to right are scouts Gary Harris Larry Thompson. ..
Frank Bryan Charles Ptolll ?r. Greg Crews and Jeff Johnston. $399 S99


107 N.Bay St. P. O. Box 657
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts t $399
Most orders filled within IS working days. Now Serving UMBRELLA TOTE SET :
all areas: In 75 mil rod
CALL COLLECT Day 437-3S13 Night 439-2579

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bsNrqssrv .... ..tnoaw tk* uilflaal aMiiiIn
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ADVERTISING c.att.tu. \.: she CtOMtt ee.t on ee
M.a.odM Cfeweh "- the iTtk day .TJf Jtti -r

JHN ). w SIT a you foal to Coawr ..,
THE ACTION OGNBlUTfON :: A qur. .1, t no Iisa, tn. 44 defawfc will f
II; [
". yourr tk.
ifiii ... 'r.
Our generation like to be Tug '1'0.' W E. Trlir": =a& ja th* e..pldeAft
c111. TI"
where the action k*. The ma- .... .. Ordert ..Mr .t Rwuell.
.,......... 0' ..... St11h
RATE-4e word Mteftmaeborf jorttyof people want to be Involved ............. o... to ......... wwu. mGEDuo
per Tow are koroW BCtm*4 that a i
In life moat of the r.n.a.Jl.A M' .
pw Issue 1.08. wit h*. boos Mo4 ( iiiot you .. .. cloth Circuit
time. Of course, we all lute a la too above MNMtoa caw. sadyou A 'Wt ,. .1RI( irlaitrDeyp

SEPTIC TANK eJeaateg drkSeM time of rest and relaxation. P..,Me Mw ba.W K wtttTttkWrh required to Mo*CIM to K Ibhs suit 1. ae tes.1 ... lses..

kiataUed! RetaBeteiMtii but tM is not to keep us from l....... 04 t. Mr'.. eonriko stmri i
; ,......, pkiiniirr or
normal life that ha ntsM toy basd sod aalPlolea.
a great
shell ReajoaaMe ..
price "' y. -
1 4ytass r c.aaq.
deal of ataMv' .. \: m;rte
Call George Jareez. OT-34H ty. JA N. :'KBR 1 say K Janney. Ida

8-1-tJ Recently a person asked me tftf A. >tS.*aoy for Plaintiff
P. i
how an Individual would get lwMo K SI. tit.MOA0Y(Ircult, ,as. II. n. PO. *. 2.. -44*.

unfumished Ian later thou M aerh s. A. It. eh. -
:.I Bedroom e more Involved In Christian I.... falsrtLt7 wt LEGAL '&D"8RTI''fTltteanpT

back of BraftMin' Grocery action. Th person was net If MU OM tO 00 w. ItvifoMH Harvey VON Hll* KORm
Contact OHM Dean 4CT-3o. will k* oi *f id Moiiiiu y M Jftk .
considering a full time relationship rollof JiiQAii < in too Mi ..rtrrr l isrut "o FCn Ir.I.
1, L la. 4toIBOAI.
evening 2-8-tfe. in church work but of rnnylalrit, IfM suture of 0.10wit oa 7si. Neil ..

FOR SALE-3) Jalousie Win was a working person tMVOHCHWITNMW tM r4 PI.-ofsir .

Mho wanted and needed an joy bond BM! Mlof nirs riHCt rr rot KT op
$6.00 each. Cabinet for will recede. tta-
do**, Itk de of
MM C* rt tM ? KLAI.LK.H ItU'ftTV. KM>HIlt -
involvement I In Christianitymore 1* -t:" p rkru r N55.
sink. $7.00; R. C. A. TV Connate Phbrity 4 P 1055.e % of tiM *k r
than Just casually Many MO M B ) xOY lo foe *.. 4CHAHLJaV
need' work $10.00. Large court in Wo
people and themselves in thispredicament Cloth *f MM. Olrrvlt "sort M. a.sB. ..'_rt ). ... ........
Magic Chef Oil heater _.00. thisIs OMrlol rioal) M PloJntlffOHETA for .... ,....... ....
Therefore bbo Harvey ,
RJ raJ* .
Tulle Heater $10.00; 3 piece ., ,. Jrimi"* E. et low !!pelperen4:
I which
sectional' living room suite a legitimate question r!v ,. u. n amid M. tic U.teadrMrotlip a. YM.r Iw.celehoaeter

$20.00. Phone 439-3317. many ask. : TO DK.KHtl) ".M To4or prman>nl
A hard fact of life .Is that LEGAL ADYEIITIfnEENT THK UTATK or rLOttWA. 'TO tree and *.,.*... milMt.Ptont
Jan. 11. TFCMAX OHMTA J. HBK C End Lift or Ptotrt Nod
ourselves that In
we give Hill MMll: raT s O mat ton mreot. S-.k

OR WOMAN wanted to which we believe. Involvement NoU. lo hereby given that Hoy..... l-t H r Air rotarea.ortOMI
too lIlY Platter Uo...lla i'on. M-toMh.... ....... HydmnlK Lift
supply Rawleigh Products to in Christianity has a trot. Ptatriet. n..l.r Hrork.PtorM You are Meetly notrft4...: : .rK.'......triovarake
consumers in Flagler County fulfillment when we are also *. will aeeopt sealed M4I .u/t IM beenmod as.lot I. A mjMMwal UMW
a the miles In too above .D'KW .....; adto Mk* tan rvvff of TlTThf
Involved In action. "So r-ri.Ir'1'h.Ht' .
or NE Volusia County. Good itortk th- yon .re hereby nq...... IH* *.hl..... ........... MoHj
time to start. No experienceor faith by tself If U has no way AIA. .f to sad u.tll i MI your .a.H with the Clerk of ......* or .....
works It dead." James 2:17. M. on we "
investment necessary. See JIM. u... .! wht 4i time BM thereof. upon the plahittff or bars bn In rrwtr pro.1NffI ft
or write Peter R mUMt"ft. 290 wM Iwo opened. for the ronit ruction ptotntiff attorney. WHOM name and eatato ued undef a yewi.t
of a bMtw jr oatmatel and o4or. .a. IfJAM : number ky too man 4Wtwro, for
N. Arlington Ave.. Defend or LAKE WALES two.. Ml-: west of Blue' Plnk f* S. CUATTOMCLATTOM a potlod of at tot sue pour.
write Rawleigh Dept. Fla-360- .... A JAMBH I. TKo Brak Teeter kH k*
PASSION PLAY Plans and 1IPM+ft.'Io..a isay 1". O. Drawer OTDoland. > of t** '"". Htooor 'Jp..
815 Memphis, Tenn. reviewed at the ontoe and a norM. Roller typo and therekV.ablo >> .....
1-18, 2-1 15. 29. 3 7, Stp. STARTS FEB. 11 Purvey mad of the Hti by ape not later than February 14 X n.I of quickly nndmoMurtaw aooet y
poM t........ ,". and reeoedlwg l
SALE Desks-- tables-- For the 16th successive year T............ '".JlIt. Mr. Frank If you foil to 4* ... Default brake effort of a t.IMor krT
FOR HrodeTriephone. wit k* entered for under artu.l toftpte ; nlttona. -
: :
card files cabinets, chairs starting Sunday. Feb. 11 the : .M...... Mr I.,- tko rM f dM a.rIr: ktll .

clocks copter. Black Hill Passion Play will man .. 0.*.. of ..=...... The nature of MM .. Tko Brake Tester ftk .. bit
steel shelving Ptkws .i oted to rover corn- Putt ,., deafened I.... ad.gsoi ly wMlia..(M
blueprint file, air compressor, be performed' In the huge pl.lo Job. nvifM> to be markd DIVOHCE tile .treaaes Involved" In the eon-

office Lehtgfl Lake Wale Amphitheatre.The on outside -RM for HHIIway." .1W 'ti"'Craii and -*al ,ta_. production line typo ofmotor
misc. equipment Huecoaaful hMder to furnlahbond day of ve-I Mo teetlnc of ...*..-
Portland Cement Co. Phone outdoor drama whichis and proof ., I">MI'ty In.ful January A. U ISIS.(35st p r oar tfp motor vrktrlo and

lie. a nonprofit civic project ..'*-. or M. MOODT .hall tkrfef r*. have a ntattowimvtMe4
439-2353. Jan. : .......... bidder will be. noil- k MM Clre rltlOcial w4 nt parity of no
44 times
--- will be presented th. iHetrirfa tab lo than lt*M .-nda per *o-
FOR SALE--Three' lets located through April 14. It tell the ::'ti'IC.: .. SS.al1Iewty. ....*. .......
.,. ... M... .... / JR HarveyJan.
Tire met / .. TW Hrak Ttor kH Iwo
school. Paved of Christ's last on
near story days Control flietriet "'IM'''.'' Ii'.. Clerk ro4Mkl. .f nuloHMttoaHf woU4iInc -
Lemon and Lambert. Con earth and the Christ I Is portrayed right to relent aay and all bid. !1. Ptk t. I. II. l le.LrGAL In pound tk* brake effort

tad Mrs. Luke Well. Phone by Josef Meier, who and kMdHMT to walv all ief.rtwatkie.In AllYERTLr.ur. TIT of oaxh", Ih* four ....... *nigh f awrist

4373397.: Feb. 1.8.15-2-4-1C: has played the principal part rVt M..Ur MoMiulto Control brake effort oei a separate Indi
since its Introduction In America 4'rTr JUDGE'S. (OI' ...tor for each wheel when tovehiriw
U (}. Hrrrt : lol T'. ..I.UHI-
RENT Completely furnished 5. ru.LF.Q'L .. browvkt to a .to* ear
FOR In 1932. Pro i. U. 111IHOH4TK ..l>. MMMITM tk*. moi nine ky brake ...Han. .
4 room apartment on lionHrak.
The schedule Includes Sundays
the Intfacoastal waterway. ADvnniinuuf'r I: TO t 111:111TlHa l...*.*.._.*rBtak
at 6 p. m.. Tuesday ---- ESTATE OFl.iLLJAN tfrl...rumiterof
$75.00 a month. Lease. Call Thursdays and Saturdays at 11It|1 I:-T I'o/l MIIIOkM JOIINSON.IIM'RAMCU.. tetln all venlrl w. r k
/ 2-.1.S.21p "Haled will k* n-rli 'In two. UMM .... pMindalleadllabt .
after 4 pm 439-2662 7:30: and Wednesday' matinee Ik* .....* of tie "Hr Clerk of TOAIJ. T..lrrI
V I N 0
-- at 3 February 14 21 the <>tjr of "' m. on ? l
REAL ESTATE WA "TSO- p. loo 1rtc MAID ...ATE:
Immediate cash. Have Immediate 28 March 6 and 13 only. kfor 4 M t>. tn. on the IMk U|* Tou. wnd eh of J'h_. oatoloi'ved under a .'11I"-
nf Pr4 r..oTir. A. U IM4. for L.I numor by th. manufacturer fora
Passion IH
The Black ky noIIBed and rwiulrod t* *
cash buyer for reason- OM M a PlUM pr sallow rlaini* and dn *.nd. wh* 4 peeled ..f nt least use your
of Play. which has been presented wit a fr.. IIO'f'YWo ekorm any b v pTh. Headlight T..tu1
large acreage either of may *
priced or you
ably at Spearfish S. D., for 29 end she <*lly pa,...,. port unfy.Pr aimlnot Pan MM .ai.t* In tn* omw* k* of tile ...kot< ..>loctrr ffM
farm or timberland. Call or .o*. ky tK. ittn of cart of Man T K MrKnt4tkt. County type and capable ..f awtdUy a.darrwrately

write J. G. LasseHer. Tallahassee years, comes to Lake Wale youth.Pyle.. Jude. of Pl.s ir '' at boo .Indtratlna rarnmp.w-
each winter.It to k* r. <) R HsiaMll.Iedicaiwr 'linen in the (0ort Mow::I* lMw. er AdJ *tabl. dial a.e*.t In de-
Co. P. O. Bex "IIMM'. .Uwerr
Realty ", well PlorMa. within .U ealonlor trrso/w/agh/ghost r+awE.powlt>
1333. Tallahassee Florida. is the oldest continuous .tale.Rarh _.... from the ../... of the and venue. and nnrlaontal braesalso
In kM ....11 kr addrtcOMlto of tkto nottoa.Mark condition
F.b.I. 8. 15. 32-ttc production ever presented i..U... I' O Not BwkMcatkMi .
Ihr 'It, C mn claim or demand most k* > Th H adllaJit Te4+r akjH
the United States' coming Hot TM. BM tM_1. PirM. "1..1.. tn .wHtttHC and contain tko piaee b* dW4.ned to adWiMt4y wfl*.
LADIES WANTED-Make up here first from Europe In 1932.! nMrkd hood on M' O*. TkoOty of r...w.pcM' .... adttr atand the alre.-eo Involved" MIn
ctimtnl./.n.r. rrv lie .. of the claimant and mt rontlnuwua. production .*...
to $1.68 per hour doing simplesewing ---- /toot to r*>*rt any nd all b**. ... sworn to ky the rUlnMnt. ktaajieiit type of mnlwr 'vek.rl. t.>tln..
in your spare time. ARTHUR McDANIEL ml to a tt>t tk. kM that In Its or attorney, or the ..- 4 Th llradltckt Teater shall
Jwdcntont will b* for 'tnr .Sail k* ...... b* capable of noMiratety anda4mwHonruualy
Write, Jamster Industrl.ItIC. FRATERNITY CANDIDATE lMrot of the Oty of I.Maleolm I. JatinnonAa IndloaHna vcrtlle -

100 Ashmun. SauK Ste. Marie Biecutor of ..... <- knm .***. korlsontal' beam
WlfNHcW my hand and. oAVIalaal &. .'. aim and randfepow** Of n V.kl-
Mich.. Zip 49783. 218153W Arthur McDanlel of Flagler ebb Mh day of ...rlMr'. K r.t Miblleatlon on H-M.. .-.. .. .dl/the Tho ma.Mn. shall

-- Beach a freshman at FloridaSouthern A. I). .*... l":*and H. Mtaw.Attorney bo. au arraniced a* to b* nd>.*tnblr -
RENT1 bedroom furnished tM'llyAf HSnnellforida! ayor for Kiorvtorr "." horlBAnUflyto
FOR College, o. ftes fHunneH. S4 ,.., h.adlIihf. mounted tohelfkU
upstairs apartment. been pledged as a new ATTWHTSV : nrMa. IMIt .. varylnar from IS Inchea
water included. /' Atrbara (". Amytk. Jan. M. '.k. t. S. U. 4t. .. It Inches from center tin t*
$43.00 monthly member of Tau Kappa Epsilon -
city clerk floor level and at any legal
No pet or children. Stan- social fraternity duringthe Feb. ,.n 'te. LEGAL &UYICHTIIIICIIE..T wldtk.
Railroad. I. Th lleadllicht Teeter. ..halDe
ish Apartments 106 annual spring rush.A LEGAL AU'.F.RTIIE.E IK Tnt nnrr-rr. COIKTAHI : Ii e apt. after .."..I..:" e'OCN.:
Inquire downstairs of Bunnell roll Inc man for toasting. horlaontal -
1.8.21 p.TF 1967 graduate l" Tilt ('IHfTIT lot PIT. KV.KTII TV. PL HIIIA .... parallel with tile
3 p. m. Feb. High School he is the son of Jl lilt'I ,.. <'IH. t IT. I""It (It Ik ACtlllV<< %.). S23fiHHAU ..n'H I..... of the .......... to b*
.'..K rl.t..L.R ('ot't.TV
U HTITBl.r. ted.
Robert F. Me- tee
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS Mr. ru)111111111 llalntirC.IU L Tn Headlight Tter t..t
Daniel 370 Palm Dr. I >!.. M* U"I'lnA ''YL Rood control knob, pointer and
LEFT UNCLAIMED "" ETIIKL, r*. ILAnKH UltAT. >8B ANN rOUSBH KTITBLY.llefendanL dtol arranajementa shall b* craduated -

SEWING MACHINES We tK.(U" &n'.tRT''r.'E Italntlft t* both vertlojUand
ZigZags ".. \.".I't: horizontal beam aim In.
have 2. 1968 Dial-O-Matic IV TUB UHn. IT ..OIHT orPt. I/L'I MARTIN QKAT.Itvfcadant. TO: ROSE ANN I-OUNttK STITE. inches at II fret" of headl..kt

that have never been us .%....r.H < I)' *Tt'. 'I.OR- LY beam ..IM.T .
*OTI( K 0" s1'IT Unknown T.... shall
layaways 111% .laM nc* The Headlight '
ed. They were Christmas I. ..o.e *.. It* IN THE' NAUB or Tin STATE YOU AUf IIKKKBY NOTiri- either k* constructed to operate

never picked up customer JTUAN I* AUPOHIV rtP. rUlRIDATO OKAY KI! that a Complaint for l)lrrc* on a track the ..... for which
You can llalntlff UHJt MARTIN ...* keen Bled ........ you and hall conaltt of steel anitlea to
left area. .. ""IUld ne* Unknown"T .. In tk.
you ar required to n copyof k* permanently grouted
machine for the ALFORt ; AltK IIEltKBT r4 lrdto to .. The track rail had beirranged
have these Jot ASS Clark of the your .... .r or pleading flu r
each. Cashor I".d.n.. ale with the tko complaint to tko Plaintiff.ttornq. for solid attachment to
balance of $47.00 Answer to Amndrd .
'fIT..t: To KPK .I. fourt your UKLO.NU a SHAW. th* kaao aitclea and akal ba is..oy.blo
terms. Phone COLLECTJacksonville. THE HTATB OP KLmtir TO Complaint alo4 k r ela agalnat Nr h p lar.m.wt.

353-1W6., any- JOE ANN ALFOIUJtut Or: 1"r1.w. model with apalonted
Troupo wreetAuffuata. baao that roll aa If
time. Ask for Credit Manager. fleartrla guided by a track Aida ar* roueated -
notified that both .......1..
obligation.Feb. You ar* hereby on
Will deliver, no ...... ha keen ...... ...In., you NOTICE a. The Headlla-kt Teeter atoll
1. 8. 15, 22. 29-5tc In tli. above entitled .....: and b* furnished with a calibrating
you ar. hereby reealred, to Ole, set forth in Florida land whirls when In combination
WANTED-Apply your aa..., with tho Clerk of Pursuant to provisions, as with a atandurd typo Utahllcht -

WAITRESS .thi ('_ .. and to .eres a copy Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the will permit accurately callbratlnr -
at Malphurs RestaurantPhone thereof upon tko plaintiff or Lessee th* mackln' to tko floor
ur.3-171 Feb. 8 TF plaintiff. attorney, who* nam 1967 Legislature each property Owner, plan, Th calibrating stand
and addreea I.: requesting an Agricultural Assessment hall ales ko capable of accurately
JAUBtt a TUCKER or Agent rallbratm- th* optical
FOR RE.3 room furnishedapartment Ill North Ittdfewjod Avenue hall fill out a prescribed form. alahtlnar _n..
with garage Flag Itovtona flearii. Flortdo Kroo4 Kod 101ft or "',... K.odJorh
month Rot later than Mareh 1 A. Ou This application pertaining to Florida Statutes .
her Beach. $40.00 per I ;. Th lift or Jack must k* eap-
Includes water and electric' ir you fell to .o .0. l>*r.ult 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricultural able of lifting the front end of
Itc will b* entered you for and automobllea and heavy duty
Phone 4392528. Feb. 8 Ik* relief ..mj. ... I* tfc* bUt Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes trucks.

of rom H4 Tbo nature of nKt has no relationship to the County Zoning for land rrt... t. k* ron Bunnell. Installed -
Used Heavy Baby Stroller with wit bola C "frvonnCo at selected location at
use. county )Htockad.
back seat $6JO. Jerry1 Furniture WITNESS toy bond. an. tool Tho Hoard r-e.... the right
and Appliance. Old Dixie )t ..Id rt IMf lot day .< Property owner must file this applicationeach to ..,......* all th* *
yebrwar .. between from ono supplier. or each ItemIndlvMuallr
Hwy, 2 mll.S.. of Kerena. )I. MOOfIY. year to the County Tax Assessor, .

Phone 4373152.2.81te. .Trk of ..M (1relNt January first and April first so that the County Th Board re*.rve* tk* Ha M.a .
r..t\ tko lMrat. of the Qua"
Portable Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application may result? to reject any or Ml
FOR SALE-C. E.: Cotl.73... R Harvey classification. bids and .. wake any inform,
dishwasher like new _00. l/epvt CWHc for Agricultural .1..... In .... r.a.4.ed.Oaed .

2-8-lte. S. I*. M. Sp. IU. Tax Assessor at .oes... FlorMa this
Phone 4373386. Application forms are available at eth rMjfttajg. IMS.

Waltreu'anttd1U consider FOR SAL&-I9&'l Ford Econ- ** Office. 41111II.cnw of <)ART.|MnJJr nkahiMn ObnimT..

high school student Ap- dine Van. good condition. Tilt DONALD R. MOORE _.....*... of Flalfer Ooaaty.U. .

In person at ChickenPantry boat trailer with 13 Inch Tax Assessor r
1 BunneH. wheel See Buddy Chambers ilia )lUO DT. Clock
U. S. Hwy. Pen.IS. ..
Feb. 8, etc or call 437-3670. 28ltp.



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fLA .>B1t TOMRfK THVM. FfiMVAftT> .. MIl BUNNELL OC the Men sad topert. is the
fee station tot fee dw..r. TWs
''spansNOTES VOLUNTEERFIRE .is a peeesusion let ease marsh
et tM volt tee aeemea He

TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS NOTES DEPT. out of the city during. the

If yu Have never h4 a ire work day.A .
j AND CUSTOMERS: $ TAU at yew ....... year' may Mt ledger 14 kept ft% the lie
i station to record' the time
\ FLA. D & B CAOCftS have thought too meek aeeut aM eowditiea of eaelt
Peterson's Texaco Service wvH 1 be doted y.h.r glee dpaartment aM hew place
Another win for taw Btm- It operates. But. you may have fee reported. The City of Bun-
for business effective February 6, I9&&. neil BwlMAas Tuesday night heard the siren go off at three nell does not have a policy

Our Sincere Thanks for your patronage. sives them 12 wins and 7 o'clock en a told monttag and for answering out of town
.bases for the season and a you gave a sigh of relief that calls. However, It is left to
PETE ETTA and SUSIE 7." conference rating. The It was net your house and you the discretion: of the the chief
lads downed Florida DAB did not have to fet up in the So far they have cone to all
78.66 in a thrilling contest at cold to fight & fire and you out of town requests for help.
BHS Gym.At turned over and went back to They will also go to aid of a
-- ---- --- ----
half-time MB: was ahead sleep And we all should real sister city In Flagler County
32J" the third quarter the ise that without our volunteerfire if requested. There Is no
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Bulldogs scored :23 points to department our insurance charge made for out of town

move ahead of the Dragons rates would be considerably calls.
U asking for donations to assist with the remOdeling 52-46. higher. The CIty of Btmnell has afire

program. Everyone is invited to All Day High scorers for Bunneil One of the Bunnell City station which houses the
were B. Nelson 19 points;; two flue trucks and other
CHURCH RALLY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11 Commissioners recently call
L. Johnson 17 points and J. equipment It has small quarters -
ed this to our attention So we
Elder James Pompey. Pastor Burnham 11 points. the be where a fireman could
thought people might
I Deacon Ben Faircll The Bunnell team will travel Interested In how and whooperates stay at night though this system
Deacon Willto Fullwood to Caliahan Friday night their fire depart has not been used for several -
Deacon Sanford Feb 9 to men; the Ramblers. This week write years. There are two fire
ments. we
trucks. One is a 2SQ gallon
South Church Street Bunnell about BunnelL We have contacted LeFrance truck about two
CARVER FIELDS the new fire chief of
years old and the other 1s a
E. J. Chaffee.
--- -- Flagler Beach
SEMIPRO TEAMA 500 gallon truck about twenty
about a story on the Flagler
years old. They' are equippedto
semipro basketball team Beach Fire DepartmentThe additional
pump waterfrom
HONDA & KAWASAKISALES was recently' organized at Bunnell Fire Department fire hydrants as well as
Carver and the capers thrilled is composed of Roger surface water.

{ SERVICE RENTALS fans with a highscoringgame Edwards, fire chief; Richard Now. when the siren sets
when they defeated aDeland Yelvington assistant fire off an alarm you will know
HUGE SELECTIONOF seml-pro-team 151- chief; Ferris Solomon, secretary who is representing you at the
PARTS ANDACCESSORIES lyre and treasurer; and active fire and what they' are doing.
Aron McKlnnon basketed firemen Gary Cowart. Kenneth And practice good fire prevention
74 points In one game and Brockett. Robert Worley. at your home. so that the
HOP UP JOBS has an average of 57 pointsfor BUI Biker and Howard Allen. vounteer firemen do not haveto
three games. Second highscorer These men meet once a make a call to your house.
HI-FI PAINT Is Paul Spearman who .
month, usually the first Wednesday
.' JOBS racked up 34 points against of the month, to have
DBJC To Offer
'f Deland. practice drills, become Increasingly .
J Factory The Carver team played Be. familiar with the
Day thune Cookman Intramuralteam operation of all equipment Athletic
Service Jan. 26 and beat them
and to study better methodsof

BIKES & CYCLES CO. 6462.The new semipro team Is fighting fires. ScholarshipsDaytona
There are six telephones Beach Junior College -
coached by assistant principal hooked up to the fire depart for the first time in its
112 N. BEACH 2SS.1424 DAYTONA lEACH Broxton and Coach Black-
shear at Carver. ment number. The chief assistant history, may offer athletic
chief city hall fire scholarships on a controlled

station and two firemen's basis. By a 112.19 vote Friday
homes have these telephones the college's faculty approveda
so that any one of the six may proposal providing for
answer, a fire call. Each of grants-ln-ald for athletics and

Perfect for clothes these phones has an alarm other extra-curricula activi
permanent-press switch so that they can Immediately ties.The
set off the fire proposal also has been
(and j everything wash)
you alarm siren at the fire station. approved by DBJCs Advisory

Saves hours of time Upon hearing the siren, all Committee. The County
firemen Immediately head forth Board of Education must rule
fire station. The first two on it before It can become'
arriving at the fire station policy. Unless vetoed, the
get the fire engine out, writeon grants will be available for
the blackboard the location the 1968 Fall semester
of the fire, and they Basic points of the proposalare
leave immediately for the :
SC'ftof' the fire. Other firemen 1. The college shall offer
arrive at the fire station. limited -scholarships- consisting
check' for the location and of the waiving of registration -
follow Immediately to the and laboratory fees.

scene. 2. Total number of the
My1M Immediately upon the sound grants for' the 19C8 69 school
of the siren a Florida Power year shall be 16; eight for
and Light truck Is scheduledto athletics and eight for' -other
go to the scene of the fire activities. Total number for
to disconnect power lines so 1969-70 and thereafter shall
..- as to prevent death or burns be 32; 16 for athletics and 16
from electric wires that may for -other activities"
fall during a flre. The city policeman 3. The grants shall be
r on duty also goes to available only to students of
the U. S. 1 entrance: to then the Volusia-Flagler Countyarea.
fire station to hold traffic forth .
movement of the firetruck.: 4. The
grants shall be
For daytime fire, four city awarded
by a special committee -
employees are directed to to be appointed by
leave their work at the sound
r41L President Dr. Roy Bergen

gren.This .
proposal representsa
NEW major change In the col

lege's philosophy," said Ber-
I gengren. "Presently we are
+ N one of only three or four Jun.
lot colleges in Florida that
does not award athletic
y "My personal philosophy
hasn't d1anl- I still feel
that scholarships In the Jun.

A FLAMELESS ELECTRIC DRYER gives clothes better lot college should be design

care. Gently tumbles them dry soft fresh-looking and readyto STANLEY ed than to programs help students but I also rather believe .

wear. protected from color fading or yellowing by the sun. the faculty and students
should have a voice In something -
You can do your laundry on rainy days or at night. of this nature. And they

Washday drudgery is banished.And a flameless ELECTRIC have demonstrated over

dryer costs less to buy less to use. whelmlngly that they are In
favor of the plan.

See your electrical appliance dealer now.Mate FINISHING SANDE Need for a scholarship program
at DBJC became evident

$245 last semester the Scots
basketball team was cancelled -
Y Flush landing.HmftnltMflg because of lack of players .
THERE'S NO MATCH FOR -wood. and student body backing.
FIAMELESS; ELECTRO metal. pUsbc. Although the team was ,..
break .th'-
doon .
a past. ...if* cheaper tool ATLANTIC HARDWARE instated. It was clear that the
Graduate to a flameless. electric dryer: AND SUPPLY CO. Ian situation would repeat Itself

s .s I esass issue tunic until some kind of grant pro.
M.M -. ..M.1 Moody Bird. Angler preach
gram was worked out accordIng .
Phone 439-238:
to DBJC athletic director
J. 0. Miller.SnIE .



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