The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 15, 1968
Publication Date:


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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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More than sixty Disabled UTILITY SYSTEMS MAR. 5 CEREMONY

American Veterans a\WRcHa Because she ranked first In Flagler Beach Troop N-a Si
the Sixth District Quarterly Several plans for financingthe Both the CIty of BWMM-H a written homemaking knowledge held a very impressive Court
Waterworks and and City of Flatter Beach
dinner-meeting Sunday at proposed and attitude test given of Honor Ceremonies at the
Sewer Systems for the City of will' have annual amnltipal
Flagler Beach were reminded senior girls in Bunnell High Flagler Beach City Recreation
Bunnell were discussed at aspecial elections for commission seal School December 5, Sue
of their duty to take an here Han Friday night The Court
interest In government In an commission meeting Tuesday March S. E. Broadaway becomes 1938 was preeeeded by a supper
l> Candidates seeking' the
address .by Sen. Douglas Sen- Monday night. Emory Betty Crocker Homemaker of open to the public with aH
kiss of Daw kins and Asso commission seat foR VttftA il
Tomorrow for her school K
II rom. proceeds going to the Bay
... Consulting Engineer. have until 12 noon Feb. 24 has been announced. Registered
Commander Joseph Parrih Orlando presented various to qualify. They required fund.
ate In its
for the test now
Committee MemberHoward
of Jim Booe No. 86 Troop
Chapter ,
financing plans to the commission to pay a filing fees< five percent 14th year, were 868.766 girls Lerch introduced At.
the and
opened meeting for consideration.The of the annual salary.Hagler .
In 15.079 of the nation's highschools
turned the gavel over to 6th Beach candidates terM)' James! H. Tucker who"
proposed improvement a new record for the of the value of scoutingIn
District Commander Louis spoke
estimated cost qualifying deadline 5
program Is to was sponsored by General -
program building character In
Rotu'1to presided. the eMY1.100,000.. p. m. Feb. 13. They are required Mills
Commander Rotunda Introduced The city submitted application to file 21 day prior -- young men and pointed out
+ i that this U National
Department' Commander to the Farmers! Home to the city election date: and BoyScout

Donald Roussey of Tampaand Administration May 1967 for pay a 6 percent filing fee. Wf't"k.wrhf' Boy Scout

his [)eopt. of Florida staff assistance under its loan and In Bunnell three membersof organization" Is now 96 years
Tucker Mid.Rodnf'Y .
members and DAV Auxiliary grant program' for financing the commission are to wHf'C.'tf'd. old.
President Mrs. Ruth Docker; the proposed project Commissioner terms Law master
Rev.Max .
of Hollywood. The Federal Water and expiring are Martin B. Me presented
Hall of Beach
Daniel O. K. Herr and Shel Flagler
Memberships and hospital Pollution Control Administration
Church who
the ten B. Barber. Herr was elected laU1f'
services' available to Disabled has allocated City
tion. Impressive flag ceremonies
Veterans were, discussed by of Bunnell a _:roo grant last year to fill: the one conducted
the group. that must be committed' by year unexpired term of Dave were by
the color guard commandedby
Mrs. Decker outlined the June 1, 1968 or the grant Perryman who resigned. Scott Wilder.
will be reallocated to another Beach commissioners terms
Auxiliary program to the ladies Scout Master Howard Hoilenbach -
expiring are Floyd Collins
attending a joint meeting county. assisted by Assistant .
notified the and Willis McDowell.
Mr. Dawklns
at the Flagler Beach Pier Scout Master Jerry Davis.
commissioners the Board of Seven candidates have filed
Restaurant. Mrs. Decker announced presented warrants of office
County Commissioners is required for the Beach seats-Max Por
plans for a local to the following: Scott Wilder
to submit a water and te. Keene Gumee. Robert A.
auxiliary and asked that persona Junior Assistant ScoutMaster
sewage study of the county Law Rufus M. Miller Les
Interested In becoming : Grady Prather. As
before the qualify Waterman Charles Mlsslnne
city can
members contact Mrs. Walter sistant Senior Patrol Leader
for F1IA loan and grant and encumbent Floyd Collins.
Wilkins 437-3663.
at and Junior Assistant ScoutMaster
funds. The commissioners 4 afcf
; Buddy Moore, Senior
agreed to meet with the LAURA McDANIEL
Sue remains In contentionfor
BEACH PTA MEETS Patrol Leader: Wayne Hutchson -
County Board Friday Feb. state and national scholarship
Patrol Leader, Jan
at 8 m. to discuss the report
awards from
ranging Counts Patrol Leader David

The Flagler Beach PTA Mill Mrs. Laura McDaivIel was $500 to $5,000 and will be Miller, Patrol Leader; John

meet Monday. February 19 at After details of commitments elected president of Bunnell awarded a specially designed Wilder, Patrol Leader; Rodney

7:30: P. M. In the school Cafe- of grants have been PTA at the Monday night sliver charm to mark her to- Law, Quartermaster; Jail

t< ,
The program will' begin proposed systems will be elected vice president last A state Homemaker of Tomorrow trol Leader Craig Wilder

with a short talk by Tom presented to the voters ina year and fulfilled the term will be selected from bugler.

Dubois. :North Florida Area special City Election for acting president after the winners In high schools of Scoutmaster HoIIenbach was

Manager of the Dale Carnegie their _approval.__ ______ president moved away. Other the state In the program'snext assisted by Mike Insley In a
Course His subject will be u officers' elected were T. A. step. She will, be awarded candle ceremony. New Tenderfoot

'The Importance of Attitudes F. C. SHRINE CLUB Jones vice president: Mrs. a 1.500 scholarship witha Scouts were presentedwith "

of Us and Our C'hlldl'flIn TAKES NEW PREXYMore Maxine Buckles secretaryand << $500 award going to the their pins badges and

School. Mrs. Betty Steflik. treas runner-up. kerchiefs.Assistant.
All parents are especially than forty Flagler Following her selection she Scout Master Jerry

encouraged to attend. Superintendent County Shrlners and their urer.Mrs.. Catherine Perrymangave will Join winners and advisors Davis Introduced Superintendent

of Schools Coy G. guess turned out for a steak a report on the Concession from each of the 49 other of Schools Coy G.

Harris will discuss the affects fry Thursday night at the Committee. and presented Mates" and the District of Harris Mho reminded the

of I Integration In our Masonic Temple checks to the School Athletic Columbia In an expense-paid Scouts and the audience that

schools. P. A. Edmonson took over Association and PTA In educational tour of Washing The Scoutmaster's only compensation

Refreshments will be served the omce of president duringthe an equal distribution of the ton. D. C., Colonial Williams- Is to see the resultsof

after the meeting In celebration business session and appointed $481.49 profit made on the burg Va., and Minneapolis! their work, in the lives of

of P.-T A. Founders Day. his committees for concession stand.Mrs.McDaniel where the trip will climax boys In ceremonies such as

the ensuing year John C. reported that with naming the 19GR Betty the Court of Honor presented

LENSSEN ENTRIES English were appointed to the Bunnell PTA would give Crocker All-American Homemaker tonight" He related the value -

the Ways and Means Com- a $200 scholarship to a student of Tomorrow of Boy Scout training in

TAKE AWARDS AT mhtee. selected by the Flagler The All-American 19G8 winner developing patriotism and

FLA. STATE FAIR A resolution was" passed in Scholarship Council. Also will receive a scholarship Americanism.Mrs. .

memory of Henry Wells Mho the PTA was giving $75 to Increased to $5,000. Grants of Howard HoIIenbach

Thomas L. Lemaen's T was a member of the Flagler the school for the purchaseof second, third, and fourth was In charge of the supper.

Double L Ranch at Bunnell Shrine Club and Past Masterof scholastic letters to be presented ranking girls In the nation Assisting her In preparationwere

copped one first and three' Bunnell Lodge' No. 200 at the close of the will be raised to $1.000. $3400 : Mrs. lIoward Counts,

second paces at the first F. & A. M.ROBERT. school tf'm$50 had been and $2,000, respectively.All !Mrs. Kay Kaufman and Mrs.

Ranch Ready Beef Show at -- -- -- given Bunnell High Schoolfor judging Is conducted by Wess Thomas. Assisting in

the 63rd. Florida State Fair. E. READ a speaker and films on Science Research Associates, the serving were: Mrs. AI

Four of Lenssen's Charolals drugs and alcohol. Chicago. The educational Zamba. Mrs. Bridget Strick

cross-commercial replacement DIED FRIDAY AT The program was presented testing and publishing firm land. Mrs Howard Lerch and

heifers received a first place GAINESVILLERobert by Coach Joe Kirkland also constructs: and gradesthe Mrs. Richard Lerch.

nod from judges D. L Wake- who explained what the written test

man and Dr. T. J. CUnha.Unlvf'n1ty E- Read, 59, 2036 S. school Is doing In the physical MATTIE TORLAY.
Central Ave.. Flagler Beach TAX COLLECTOR
of Florida Gaines
education program and a BEACH RESIDENT
died Friday at the Gainesville
number of demonstrationswere SUCCUMBSMrs.
The Flagler county rancher Veterans Hospital. presented by studentsIn Flagler County Tax Collector
grossed $145 In premiums asa Mr. Read was" a native of the physical education Dale B. Brown was In Mattie Martha Torlay,
Yonkers :N. Y. and moved to 311 N. Central Avenue Flag
result of the competition. classes Gainesville Feb. 14 17 to attend
His second place awards Flagler Beach 12 years ago the State Tax Collectors I let Beach 85. passed away
from Gainesville. He was atf'St Friday at Bunnell General
were In the Angus Division.He Convention.
desk' foreman for Southern WOMANS CLUB ART
received second place In Hospital after a lengthy
the Bell Telephone Co. anda SHOW SLATED FOR Illness.
competition featuring two BUNNELL LIONS
purebred bulls by the same veteran of World War IL MARCH 23 Mrs. Torlay was born In
He was" a member of the Pioneer HEAR STENSTROMSenator Melrose and moved to Flag
sire, and second place in the The Beach Womans
of Southern Bell Flagler
four purebred replacement Club Douglas Stenstrom lee Beach seven years ago
heifers competition.T and the Retired Army Assn. Club second annual Sidewalk of Sanford was guest speaker from there. She was a member

Double L's "Major Sands" Survivors Include his wife. Art Show has been' at Bunnell Lions Club of the Melrose Baptist
Dorothy M., Flagler Beach slated for Saturday March 23 luncheon In his address
took second spot In the class : Tuesday Church.
for Charolals purebred bulla two sons Kenneth Cocoa; from 10 a. m. 5p.matlhe he pointed out that of She is survived by three
and Robert E. Jr.. Pensacola Flagler Beach Municipal Recreation of 200.000.000
nd pair of get : our population daughters: Mrs. Carrie Belle
formerly of Flagler Beach; Hall. people in U.S. A., over half Preston Flagler Beach; Doris

TIDE TABLETidts and three grandchildren. The 1908 show cochairmenare are under 25 years of age Tuskey. Lake Butler; Mrs.
Mrs. E. P. Fleurie and
Funeral services were Monday have
They never experiencedwar Nlta Mclntyrf. Tulsa. Okla.;
tot February S-14 at 10:00 a. ra at the Robert Mrs. B. S. Clay. Mrs. Charles disaster, or depressionas nine grandchildren and ten

HIGH LOW L Hannah Holly Hill Sindelar. Mrs. E. W. Schmidt we know them. greatgrandchildren.Funeral .

Day A3L PJl AJL P.M. Chapel with' the Rev. ReynoldN. and Mrs. R. K. Paint are committee Stenstrom said they are services were Monday .

15 9.06; 9:24: 2:36 3:06 Hoover pastor of the members. thinking -modern" without afternoon at 2:00 at the

16 9:48: 10:12 3:21 3:4 Methodist Church of Flagler The show Is open to everyone he benefit of the experienceof Metrooe Baptist Church. The

17 10:36 11:00: 4:06 4:30: Beach officiating. Burial was and anyone Interested In our older generations. He Rev. Thomas Cappell offlcia-

18 11:18 11:48 5:00 5:18 in Shady Rest Cemetery, Holly entering the competition is said It is up to us in the ting. Interment was In Melrose .

19 12:12 11:59 SUM 6:12: Hill. Pallbearers were coworkers asked to contact one of the older generation to teach Cemetery

20 12:42 1:06: 6:54 7:06 of Southern Bell Tele above members for further them respect for home, government Craig Funeral Home, Bun.

21 1:48 2.06; 8:06 8:12: phone. Information. church and law nell was in charge.



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While February 8 thru 14 Is National Boy Scout week
we would like to take a few lines to expresa' public appr
rlatlon to those men who are willing to give of their time in
promoting Boy Scout activities, to the organizations who sponsor lb. 49
Scout Troops and to the parents who give encouragementto

their boy to give full participation.
And. especially, do we want to congratulate' the boys and U S. D. A. CHOICE
young men who participate In Scouting and attempt to pattern -
their lives by the Scout Oath. Other than the church.
we cannot think of any organization that has so much to offerin CHUCKCHOICE 59
building the lives of future American men.
The Flagler Beach Boy Scout Troop No. 495 Is sponsored by
the Flagler Beach Uons Club. Howard Hollenbach is Scoutmaster JUICYALL
and Jerry Davis and Mike Ensley are assistant scout
masters. There are 30 boys engaged in scouting.
Boy Scout Troop No. 472 at Bunnell is sponsored by the MEAT STEW Ib.Fresh 69
First Methodist Church. Jeff Seale 1s scoutmaster and Robert .
Walters Is assistant scoutmaster. There are 24 boys In the

Lean Azalea's "Slab"GROUND


We are happy to welcome Dr. Ben Lacy to Flagler County BEEF
and wish him success here as he opens his new dental office lb.
In the Professional Arts Building. Dr. Lacy Is a young graduate 3 Lbs. $149 49C
of Dental College at Emory University and has recently SLICED FREE
completed his military service.
While we would not be so presumptive as to make a professional Valleydale "DRY CURED" SMOKED 14.1616. Avg. Half or Whole
recommendation we do feel that this county Is quite
fortunate to obtain a competent young dentist to settle here
As we are well aware there is a shortage of dentists and
physicians and most of them prefer to settle In more populated HAM Ib.53

their profession.areas where they can specialize In a particular field of

This writer has already made a professional call on Dr.
Lacy and noted that his new office has modem dental equipment .
And we were pleased with the professional manner In
NECK BONES fibs. $ 00 TURKEY $ I
which he handled us as a patient We hope that he may have I NECKS4 -fOO
successful practice of good dentistry In County. RIB TIPS.. .. ... JL I I PIG FEET Ibs. I
John A. Clegg

Sermon is fine but it neglects the essence SWIFTS JEWELSHORTENING
Weekly of our young people, GREENS Z for %Se
Be*. Oliver r. Taylor.: Pastor and that Is their ability to TURNIPKing

BuuwU Kthodlst Church live cooperate, work and Cole 1 lb. Can
share both the sociable and
Tb Moving Finger Writes competitive aspects of a society PEAS CARROTS 1ge
History Is an ongoing process together.For AND Ea. Tin 39C
which In some obscure reason,
never ceases.
Daniel we find an allegorical the spirit of Bunnell High Is Lyke's 12 oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
story about the hand of Cod going to '"pot." The reason LUNCHEON MEAT I
making a pronouncement about could be no school spirit Ea. 4ge !
Belshazzars failure to such as no Junior-Senior Prom I
and no social activities outside Miracle Whip Quart Jar I IPillsbury' ,
the law and that his
obey (Sweet or Buttermilk)
days were numbered. The Interpretation regular school hours SALAD
given by Daniel which are sponsored by the DRESSING Ea. 49C
was that because Belshazzarwas school. There Is no reason, BISCUITS
Judged and found that true or Imaginary why our Hershey's 1 Ib. Can
he had greatly sinned against students cannot enjoy a INSTANT 1
Junior-Senlor Prom togetherIn COCOA 39C
Cod. his kingdom would be E. 8 Oz. Can f
divided between the Medes, the past tradition of our I
and Persians. school and it's administrators Each > I
Salvation the Individual the School Board. Limit 4 with
comes to NESCAFE $5.00 or more food order i
but it also comesto I feel" certain that our
the nation which represents School Board will now. as in
the corporate personality the school past see the Importanceof INSTANT COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
of the nation. Obedienceto sponsored activitiesand
the law of God Is bind assure the students of 6 o.
ing upon a nation as well as their concern and supportI Jar 69* Mrs. Paul's 9 oz. Pkf.
personally have In
an Individual. Therefore It
Is wise itself for our periodically nation to evaluate that our they young can conduct people themselves and know Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FISH STICKS 39cFrosty

In an Intelligent and adult
correct deficiencies. Acres
we may "SLICED" 10
oz. Pkg.
Perhaps the hand of God fashion. I only hope they ""
Is writing again. What do feel 1 this much confidence in FRESH PRODUCE BERRIES Each Z5e
you think? Are you satisfied us. the parents. They will if
with your personal relation we muster our forces and Golden RipeBANANAS
'... show that we are behind
ship with the Almighty lb.
them, not only In their education .
the fingers of a man's hand fOe
appeared and wrote on the needs but also In their CHEER
plaster of the wall."Daniel need for self expression acceptance Idaho
5:5. and dignity as
young men and women. BAKERS 5 lb. 49C Giant mf\4
LETTER TO EDITOR ..._ The county superintendentand Size
school board .
are our
WHY BUNNELL HIGH 'DROP. elected representatives and Yellow CookingONIONS

OUTS AND WHY NO must deal directly with the 3 t.29 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
SCHOOL SPIRIT? problems facing our schools,
no matter how small or large, -IIIIIIII
An article appeared In the ranging from a major catastrophe
Daytona Beach Evening News to a leaky roof.
Journal 2-7-68 with the disturbing I commend the school board
news that a large for their concern as to the
number of junior and senior type of roof for the Bunnell
students are leaving Bunnell High gym discussed at the 1 '
High for vocational or adult board meeting on 2668. O
education courses. To many Now Ufa be concerned about Illl It
of our citizens It might represent baring: students under the'
no particular concernor roof and: keeping them then.
problem as these studentsare Which will whet their appetites iIB
apparently continuingtheir for learning words and ( (
educaton and one might doughnuts or school sponsor OPEN SUNDAYS ( flhI Phone 437-3227
say the end result of an education ed activities?-or should all 8:00 a-m.-1loo U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
Is a Job or means of these problems be tabled ??? p.m.
making a living. This Itself MRS. RUSSELL P. BLANTON. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 15, 16, 17, 18, & 19, 1968

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BEACHVOLUNTEER although he stressed that a BIRTHDAY DATA 3-THC: rt.AGLU.1: THVM. FIMOART IS. 19M +j jt

FIRE oaBSfjMe lee Is kept on all Happy birthday this. week t
calls. Me sold that because ..: INTERSTATE ROADSIN s)..... he said that 13 sstssswee
DPARTMENT of CIte ike dopaetmast. .issut- Today-Flossie Hainii.fcuday opened to traeV in 21..
liMe miss are Nt about hmK + FLORIDA REACH ltdregt el the *
Whew you hear tM shrew Fttwsy-caarn e lash new
saturd let three sMrwes M. what they wouM s* without Bo-Both hiatharly. HALFWAY MARK den awing the ..raeswt .at
inc the dead .f night lie NewtNion. Chal ee sold A.-a 7smha. IMb ......... will M em riithe ....... ....
Can figure that someone you N- the department' aeas wes ese --.r, A lipt WMmosy Florida has 080 mile elM Msprepae coat ..... hem o..sgIa#
ported a ire and Mm drench artside Flagkr Bosch and ........ U1Itaa may. aliw- IJM-inite Interstatehlsjfcway to *-L
they have tone mostly at far Me Han. Some loos el aetMly ms
Mosby answered the call and
system weaf4ee and
as MartM Ih IM.
sec off M alara from hot -Jihn ,.,... Scott underway lit 1M en vhMtr.NyeoMy
101 mikes under ....
telephone to notify E. J. dwrf Last and not leoM. we 1MfI. SeNt khu. lmopewe SteiekIswd. mere uweemp.ielad IIIIIM el
stractie. State Head
fee and afcVQn Rf.flft.R 00 lIMa the Firemen's Au.....".. the system otter oem.lestiort .
Jump Into their etetfte and They Ale the wives /been Tuotdfrv-Ctaitft Holmes R. today.C Jay Brown' announced ryht-d.wsy tsrying.
head for the ire station. who go to the station daring H. Threadfftll. Thomas OttverMeDanieL planning or survtyetwg
Then you can roll over aM the flee eall and make coffee In a status revert *n the Brown .....
go back to sleep after giving and refreshment for the .... Wednesday-Jeanne LHI.
a word of thanks for the dedicated men when they get back den Ruth JaMe Wanda Sax
Flagler Beach Volunteer from the Ire. They assist in on. Marry Strickland. NOTICEYou \
Fire Department other social and helpful service '
of the Flagler Beach FireDfpartl'Mnt Rural parcel post was started are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor
This fire department was In 1919. or his aMMtant will be present in the various precinct -
organized in Flagler Beach
in 1993 and has developed on the day and hour shown below, for the
continuously so Flakier I purpose of receiving tax returns on Real Personal
Beach has one of the beat or and Intangible Property and application for Homestead -
ganlzpd, best equipped and and other exemptions:
most attractively housed fire after
departments of any city its you see Precinct No. Bunnell.. Tax Assessors Office. Friday. February >>
size. your doctor 1C. ':30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
00 0 loo
E. J. Chaffee was only recently Precinct No. 2-A-Bu na.ll. Masonic Lodge. Friday. February
appointed Ire chief bring yourprescription 1C. 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
but he has been to the department .
since rt was first organized. c to Precinct No. -Flakier Beach dry Hall. Monday. February
Serving with him 1*, ':00 A. M. to 12 Neon.
are Mayor Herbert Fuller eu tti's
Commissioner Floyd Collins, Precinct No. S-A-Parrot Villa?*. Monday. February 19.ItM .
Commissioner Joe Harrison. 1hUq P. M to 2:30 P. M.
Commissioner Howard Lerch,
John Cannon Ralph Harbert Professional BUg.BUDDY Precinct No. Cspaaola. County Polling Building. Tues
and David Wakeman. And day. February 20. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
they have four applicants for e
Precinct No. 3-A-= White February
orooa. Eagle. Tuesday
volunteer service waiting to
be acted upon. 20. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.

These men meet each Wednesday Precinct No. J-Haw Creek. Community BaiL Wednesday.
at 7:30 for Instruction February 21, 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
for servicing and repairing KNOXAMERICAN
equipment' and to conduct the o Precinct No. -SL Johns Park. Community Hall. Wednes
business of the departmentIn SERVICE day. February 21. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
most years past the firemen
have taken a fifteen U. S. Highway 1-Bunnell The Tax Laws require that you file a return on

hour course of instruction Day 437-3652 Night 437-3944 Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regardless .
from the Fire College of I of the amount, before April tat and I am required .
Ocala. to assess a ten percent penalty upon your
Recently a handsome fire AT to so.

station was built adjoining No Trade-in Cash and Carry All applications for exemption must also be
the city administration and MILEPAK filed before April 1st The Tax Assessor's Office Is

three recreation stalls building for fire It trucks.has 670 X 15 tube type, Blk. wall $12.95 plus tax open from 8:30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 P. M.
to 4:30: P. M. and we will be glad to assist you, if
There are two well equipped' 600/650 X 13 Blk. wall $13.84 plus tax
trucks at present One has a 750 X 14 tubeless, Blk. wall $14.95 plus tax possible.
250 gallon water capacity and Respectfully,
two booster reels and the other ALSO TERRIFIC TRADES ON PLYCRON TIRESIN
is a 500 gallon truck. The ALL AVAILABLE SIZES AND TYPES D. R. MOORE

fire station contains a large ALL THIS PLUS S & II GREEN STAMPS Feb. l.s.l5-3tc. Tax Assessor
meeetJng room. shop and a
kitchen. It .Is so arranged
that a fireman could have
sleeping and living quartersin
the station.

There are three' telephonesto I
receive fire calls. One Is
located in the fire station' one
In the Dick Mosby home and
one in the Flagler Beach Ho
tel. The siren .is activated
from the telephone by the Apply
person answering the call.It .
rings for three minutes and for sure control of
could be activated again If

said needed.that Fire Mrs. Chief Muriel Chaffee Mosby soil insects: In potatoesand

had answered nearly 99 percent -
of the fire calls over theyears.
At the sound of the siren
all firemen head for the fire-
house. The first two arriving crops.
take the truck and head for
the fire after entering the lo-
cation on a blackboard in the
station. Other firemen arrive
determine the location and
go Immediately to the scene.
Under Instructions of the Whether you grow potatoes or other tlon of Diazinon within one week of pl1nt.f .

chief, the second truck may vegetable crops,you can rely on Diazinon Ing. You can use either Diazinon AG500
be taken to the scene. insecticide to deliver the superior kind of emulsifiable solution in a spray, or apply

During the past year Chaf soil insect control that definitely makes Diazinon 14G granular with an appropri
fee estimated that they have and better yields possible. ate spreader.
answered about 17 fire calls,
Diazinon even gives you effective eonSince Diazinon is also effective against
trol of those strains of Insects which have a wide range of chewing and sucking insects

become resistant to previously used insec that attack foliage, you an simplify
KEEP YOU* EYE ON tiddes. So results are more certain when your total insect control program by applying

you use Diazinon against cutworms, mole Diazinon foliar sprays during the season. .
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) .. rections on the label Rates are low, appli-
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ShellProducts Generally, you an control most soil

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. rUlGLER TMBtmC TMVM. FEMrVAItY 1$. I9M IeUWOOe CLOT JasAo Wilson CNWMd list Friday ...... Plist rums-

ner up was Sue lnwu.way
- M88ftIfCPMTfOIfD
DEEN-BROWN Mss Rsmtaat.M Ggb fobsol seed ruwar.up WIll )tray

Miss JoAnn Wilson,' Nat; and third ruaare.u

WEDDINGSOLEMNIZED Tne rajMtar meeting *< fee tr sl Mr. and Mr*. BmteWH0M. wa Cawoi Linda Tn nsmd.
..... M4 OweTaisday. sdmdshd .. Flactor Bestir was Miss Townsend, wa* afts

FM. 13. him basal tfciiiB Ms ...... High elected Mia CaMsMaNRI.
psstpaasd uoUl ,.....,.M. aifcml la a celerftd cant*** Pictures will .be .....fI J'

Mia Susan Jane Deen and JB at 8 p. m. at the IMM MM In Plagtor Gymnasium next WMk.
William Kisser Brawnhanged N. of Mr*. parks' Catabers.Qsiswy .

.- wadding vow In a Pane.AM .
dovMe.ring eandleMgJrt **e-
E mony at seven o'cteefc Saturday *C.\1f LBSKHf
in the Pint Methodist
night -
Church of Bunnell. ,
i White eameeilta and eaf- The American ......... Pest
nations 'Interspersed with 115 will meet Monday, Fee.
dainty plain Mosom graced. 19 at 8 P. M. in the Russell'

r the chums altar and arrangements Civic Center. Commander Levi The cheap
of white carnation Brannam will preside

W and Formosa aaatea. Hank- Prams will he completed for

f'd by candelabras. formed the "Bary Bird" dinner far insurance policy.
the background for the Impressive member ClfffV their .,.....
ceremony. The Rev.

Oliver Taylor performed' the ATTENDS JUDGESCONFERENCE

ceremony In the presence or ?
the immediate families of
MISS GAIL the couple. Flagler County Small Claims ISitwerthit
The bride Is the daughter Judge Cora Buckles was Ifl
WADSWORTIIBETROTHED l of Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis Winter Haven last week'

Deen. 610 Moody Blvd.. Bunneil. where Me attended the semi'

and the bridegroom I* annual Small Claim JudgesConference. .

The engagement of Miss the son of Mr. and Mrs. .

Penetepe Gail Wadsworthand George" M. Brown Ocala.
Kenton Albert Shephardhas Given in marriage' by her GAMES PARTY PLANNEDThe Not If cheap

been announced by her father the bride wa lovely Flagler County Ca#! insurance means
parent. Circuit Judge and In a street length dress of lie Women's circles are sponsoring .
.Irs. William L. Wadsworth. natural lace' designed with a Games' Party Wednesday less than full ,

Moody Blvd.. Bunnell. straight lines and fashioned Feb. 21 at 1:30 p. m. protection.Different. .
Miss Wadftworth" Is a 19&t with a scoop neckline and at the Flagler Beach Muftfei- different
graduate of Bunnell High bell sleeve An imported pal Recreation Hall. policies are offered by

School and attended Florida handmade lace mantilla fire and casualty companies. But how can you
State University where she graced her head and shoulders. MISS DEE ESTESIS
was a member of Zeta Tau She wore a t'8fYM"o-An( take advantage of them when you don'tknow '

sorority University heirloom fUt from the ENGAGEDApril ?
Alpha ; what they are
Promotion Board. Sophomore bridegroom. She carried a 13 I if the wedding
Council and Junior Council. cascade bouquet of purpieorchids date chosen by Mia Duke Just ask us.We're indepandfiSi ;

She was also secretary of and white carnations.Miss .. Elizabeth' Estes. 2827 Willow representing several reliable insurance
Freshman Flunkies. She is Jeanette Ahrano, Mf'I.r
Lake Court Dallas. Texas,
presently employed at Rose St", Fla. was maid of hon. and Charles Michael Hunt companies offering a range of policies for your

Priming. Company In Talla.haSlH' or. dress She designed wore a similar turquoiselace to Texas.5927': E. University, Dallas, car home or business.Well go over your

the bride's and wore a corsage with it with other
coverage you compare
Mr. Shephard is the son of The bride-eiect's mother
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Shep mellias.' of pink perfection ca Mrs. William. O'Neil Estes of policies on the market.

hard, 3768 2nd. Ave. N.. St. Flagler Beach, has announced
Best' man was the bride'suncle This symbol is your assurance that we are
their Miss
Petersburg. He was graduated 'engagement.
William Welch
from St Petersburg High Bunnell.. Zachary Holland Estes Is also the daughter of professional independent agents.
School in 1961 and from St. the late' Mr. Estes.
cousin of the bride, served as
Petersburg Junior College. lie Miss Estes is a graduate

is a senior at FSU and is a, acolyte. of Trinity University San Antonio .
There afterward .
was a reception
member of the Delta Sigma Texas. She is employed
at the home of thebride'
Pi Business Fraternity.A at the First National Bankof
parents Moody
summer wedding is Blvd. Dallas. INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 1
planned. Her finance Is the son of you
The refreshment table was Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Abstract Bldg E. Moody Bird.BnnntlL J l
covered with white bridal
Hunt of Tucumcari. N. M.
Ma 32010 Ph. 4370171
satin overlaid and "white net
REUNION FOR SISTERS draped "with graceful folds of
Mrs. Leona Knight returned
"white satin ribbon and attached
Mrs. L. L. Brannam, Bun. home Wednesday from a
to white orchid
nell joined her sisters Mrs. nose visit In Tampa with her sister .

II. II. Gwinner. Franklin. N. gays. and brother In law, Mr.
An artistic of
C. <( white camellias and English
ter at Daytona Beach>. Mrs.
ivy flanked with lighted tapers NOTICENotice
E. L. Tingle' Ed ct'"Waler.' and Mr. and Mrs. Tom lIolden
formed the centerpiecefor
Mrs. Martha Moore Ormond were in Palatka Saturday to
Beach' Monday for a trip to the table Misses Minnie visit with his sisters Mlsa is hereby given that a municipal election
Doen, sister of the bride and
Savannah Ga. Arriving in Myrtle Holden and Mrs. Harold will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida
Delores J>t ton. cousin of thebride
Savannah they met another ', served at the refreshment Merryday. on Tuesday the 5th day of March A. D. 1968
sister, Mrs. J. C. Cox for their
first reunion in twenty years. table. ARNOLD MORSE'S for the purpose of electing three City Commis
Out of "
guests werethe
On Tuesday the group at bridegroom's parents Mr. RETURN TO IRAN sioners. All persons desiring to have their names

tended Army Air ceremonies Field where at Hunter Mrs. and Mrs. George Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Morse printed upon the official ballot as candidates are
Ocala; Mrs. Don Barnett, sister left required to to the
Gwinner's' son Lt. Col. M. D. Sunday after several pay City Clerk of said City
of the groom, and daughter weeks visit In Bunnell "with
Gwinner received the Bronze with whom he qualifies a filing fee of five per
Pam of Miami; Miss VIolet her father to return to their
Star at for Vietnam.heroism' "while serving Ashcraft. Miami; Mrs. home at Tehran Iran. centum ((5* ) of the annual salary of the office of

Shelton Owens DaytonaBeach The Morse's planned to stopover City Commissioner of said City on or before 12:00

; Mrs. Frederick Ah at New York for a visit o'clock noon on the 23rd day of February, A. D.
rano. William Ahrano and
with their son Arnold before
UDC HEARS Millard Slade. Melrose Fla.: departing for Iran. 1968.

BOOK REVIEWA Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Thompson Notice is further given that the registration

Mr. and Mrs. Carver Visitors at the home of Mr. books of the of
review' of Dr. Morton Jay Harris St. Augustine; and and Mrs. Lee Blakely last City Bunnell Florida are now

Luvaas book "An Appraisal Mrs. Perry Hunt grandmother week were Mr. and Mrs. Rich open for registration of voters to and including

of Joseph E. Johnston" was of the bride, Orange Mills, ard Cantrell of Orlando and the 23rd day until 12:00 o'clock noon of Feb-

given by )Irs. Walter Codyat Florida. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Forsytheand ruary A. D. 1968.
the United Daughters of After a wedding trip to family of Palatka.

the Confederacy' meeting South Florida the couple will 'sBarbara C. Smythe City Clerk I

Thursday afternoon at the make their home in Norfolk Mrs. Edward A. Kruger of City of Bunnell, Florida
home of Mrs. Z. D. Holland Va. where' Mr. Brown is stationed Boston Mass. Is the houseguest -

Pine St., Bunnell. "with the U. S. Navy of Mrs. Inn Crenshaw

Mrs. II. T. Cook chapter and is assigned to duty aboard at Flagler Beach'

president, presided.A the Argonaut

poem The Land of The HONORED ON BIRTHDAYMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Jordan
South" was read by Mrs. H. Gerald Hosford. Jr. of
have returned to their .
11. Murray, program chair ler Beach' home after Flag two Orlando spent several days OYSTER ROASTThis
man. here' last week visiting "with
weeks stay in Jacksonvillewith
Mrs. Holland used the Valentine his sister in law Mrs. her mother In law Mrs. Naomi
Hosford. During her visit .
motif In the attracth'pdfororatlons Robert Jordan.
and refreshments.Nine she Joined the other members
members attended. of Mrs. Hosford's family Sat. FEB.
)Irs. John Burks. BIythevllle 7thFISHERMAN'S
and several friends celebration
at a

The March meeting will beat Ark. and Mrs. Joe Craig, ,
the home of Mrs. W. E. Orange Park visited here Saturday honoring Mrs. Hoa-
ford on her birthday.Mrs. .
Knight. Ill Haw Creek with his brother and

sister In law. Mr. and Mrs.J. INN
A. A. Payne of Green
ville. S. C. visited In Bunnell
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morrison. Tuesday "with Mrs. Howard
Flagler Beach, are the parents FAIR Wray. -SNACK and BEER-.

of a son. born February Mrs. Sadie Strickland, Mrs.
10 at 3:25 p. m. at Bunnell Frank Cleg, Mrs. Edna Kendall Former Bunnelllte Leroy ALL YOU CAN EAT $2.50-2 P. M. TIL

General Hospital. << and Mrs. John Clegg and Ida Faye Irwin now residing .
lie "weighed ten pounds spent& the weekend' In Tampa In Dt>Land. visited In Open 9 Till Week Days-7 Till Week Ends

and ten and one-half ouncesat where they attended the Florida Bunnell Thursday with Flagler at the Bridge 4399211.cTJlE
birth. State Fair friend

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: Dale A....... BLBMWTfAftTHOKOB ......
Plagise .sasie; .d l..wissb
........ fcuuwtl; Danwii BOLL Quantity Nglsti
Brltt. Bwnrwll; Uria MenPtattatee. *- ......,.tIuw ........ at WE' GIVE ReaerrcdPrkes
... Flagkt. .....; LiMa flsg.. loath II I 11 IS! M E TT S
MLnd; Earl Be- gd el had nr..itplaeed __ GoodThurs.
lest ......,; nmoM MtoatnPlaftar on the honer roll thih. TOP I
., Fri., Sat.
IW. B*cie; Joan Pant. six. wa.iis peeled:
Flatter Itlr; Walter. RainHetty and Monday
Jse'kaenNlle. Hill. ;; Martha Martha Msc.r Hunt.. Third Debeoot Grada Arnold CatMIHe SUPER MARKET Feb. 15, 16, 17, &
Sownetl.; Jeanette MitcMvr.l Clay Yield Davis lee Milter. STAMPS 19, 196SPhone
C>rmoM BNdI; George a..ek. Frank Iyndds. Doug Thomas 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. 437-3201
.e. Btutnell.; George Riven.Burnett Hal WWtafcer.
; Donna Goodwin, Fourth Grads
Planter' loath; loan Pinned,
Brad Pennell. Flavor Aged ChoiceCHUCK
Ftegter Beach; Edwin L.Mfeetoll
., Flatter leach; Fifth Grade
Madeline Nerty. Bunneil.DISMISSED nMs. Cheryl Ha- ROAST 49
: Ruth Wteneeke, ..p..y... Jimmy Rey Watson, Greg ......... ... .....-..-.-....-.... Lb.
Jean Green"" Louelia: Jera4a t Prise Jeff Tomas Cad
Bart Bak<<. Shirley. White, Lerrh. 59''
Mary Athanaaak. Grover Sixth Grads SHOULDER ROAST ... ....._.._...... Lb.
Clifton. Donna Dearing. Thema !-
Edward. Clayton Mtekena Peggy Reynold Rodney
Stella Broad*way. Vernon Law. Mike Abbott Terry
Bryant. Martha Hurst, Sttyk<<. Peggy \\1bon. Frank RIB ROAST .. ............ (Oven Read/) LB. 89
Lieu Morrison. Gamer Sand Bryan Dale John on. Pam
erf. Thomas Cherrie Hannah. STEAK 89

ROUND ......._ -.......(FULL CUT) LB.Lb..


RIB STEAK....... ._......-..-............... .
Open Thursday Thru Sunday 5 till 10 p. m.

SPECIAL THIS WEEK CHUCK STEAK ..........__. .._.._.._.._........... Lb. 59''

Southern Fried ChickenAll FRESH PORK (Pork Roast)

You Can Eat $1.50

Roast OystersAll BOSTON BUTTS Lb. 49

You Can Eat $3.00. FRESH PORK STEAKS Lb. 59c

3 Ibs. 6c under


of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1 SWEET JUICY
At Moultrie-Sijn on left


CHICKEN NOTICE Limit 1 with purCIANT "

NEW CHEER chase of $5.00 or SIZE 49 Y
PANTRY more food order.
Announces New Serving Hours
BR AXrAST 7 to 9 a. m.
DINING ROOM 4 to 12 n. m. $
MILK 7 $100
Carry out Phono sarric 437-3318:* at all time CAN CANS

80059 \ 710-12 Lemon St.
Palatka, Florida Limit 1 with pur Lb.
'/ DRILL rnrnlturt.Phone EA UpholtorlngRtpoirod 5-9166 chase more of food$5.00 order.or Tin 49 'f;:

$14.25Powered & RoftnUhodMottnssM
for an A Box Springs
basic drilling jobs Moda to Order.Also Renovated
Rugged ll/7HP CaD Laura Morris 437.3233Altar MONOGRAM AMA 18 Oz. JUMBO (Kleenex)


AND SUPPLY co.. Inc. Jut as Dear as your 3 Lb. Tin 37C 2 Jars 4ge 3 For $100
Beacb Phone or Post Office:
Blvtf. FlagltTfhoaa
Moody 439-2303 Drop Us a Card or Call Showboat Sweet 2t/ Can SHURflNE ((303 CaD) EVERFRESH POTATO
Free Pick-up & Delivery


i NOTICE 2 Cons SSe 2 Cans SSe Twin Pke. 49C

Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Flor-
ida Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the EVERFRESH (20 Ot) EVERfRESH (Reg.) FLAGA. 12 Oz (Dried)
1967 Legislature, each property Owner Lessee BLACK EYE PEAS
or Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment BREAD BREAD
shall fill out a prescribed form.
120z 2 8'11>< 35
This application pertaining to Florida Statutes 4 loaves 95e 5 loaves95C
for Agricultural
193.201 is specifically a request
Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and
has relationship to the County Zoning for land Produce Frozen Foods DairyIOC

Property owner must file this application Golden Yellow
each year to the County Tax Assessor, between BANANAS, Asst. Flavor PILLSBURY
first and April first so that the County Lb.... ICE MILK
January Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the ap- Fresh CrispLETTUCE 13CI H CaL.............. 59BISCUITS................ lOc
plication for Agricultural classification. HD.
Application forms are available at Tax Assessor's Master Chef Kraft Fresh Orange
BAG (School Boy)
Office. French Fries,
DONALD R. MOORE APPLES, 3ge 2 Ib. Bag ...... 29C lh Cal............ ....Z'9. I
Tax Assessor 4 Lb. Bag. -





SHOWN FILMhides ELECTS GrncEM Miss Deiore DMft. ........

taken I y Rev sad MM. J.K. MiMffrove. Oe rVtoto MoMom Qeaeert
and "Miss Fiftieth Annr fS-
JVffV.AM JWyllQiO Hoover while iwi Land WM elected president of "
a Bwepean tour last Ponewere the MM CKipttr of Delta Kappa err WM among twenty cs.-
te* ants earoyeting for fire title
shown to the Flatter Gamma honorary
of "Miss Swnftaver of
Senior Odsae a. their tweet sorority &It a meeting Satur
1MB" IaetIe ec the Flw-
lee lad Wft4c. bay Feb. 3 at the Bunnel
Ida State Fair in Tamna. The
Chic Center Other officers
The ciwes next meeting
tlteted were Mr*. W. L Wadsdent contest' is cs-sponsored by
In the
sc+'wdtftod for Feb. 30
Florida Stale Fair and Ftorda -
1hittRH1. vice
WMtta press
etueroom' at the Flatter .
( Department of AIfWI.tuft.
Bea h Municipal Hall There ; Mrs Frank Gillesple. .
luck" Lee* wg. 2nd vice president
wttl be
a "pot supper
Miss WaMa Anne WttHam-
Mrs. E S
starting at 6 r. M. recording secretary;
Arterft. DeLand corresponding e son of Jacksonville was selected
It WM announced the M Miss Suniavor. She
March 5th. meeting ha* been secretary r I fI 'e'a' WH crowned' by Gonweieiencr .
cancelled due to the clubroom The Runnel members of -' .. of Agriculture Doyle Con
being in we for the city Rho>> chapter hosted the luncheon '. \. '-'J.:.
election according to Walter meeting attended by I 'RI ., .. .. ner.All of the shapely contestants .
Creal. publicity chairman more than 40 members. .. ..
t :::&" were representing county -
!!W:' .
fairs Miss
by Tb a He' or organisations.
Rho>> Chapter Delta Kappa Gamma 1967.68 officers pictured at Deen was sponsored by theNorth
Saturday's luncheon at the Bunnell Civic Center are left to : Florida Potato CowteM.
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. light seated Mrs II H. Murray. Mrs. Wilda Hargett. Mrs Miss Deen's mother Mrs.
W. W. Deen. and her aunt
Martha Sheldon; standing I to r, are Mrs. Lois )ll IfO\'t'.
Mrs. Z. G. Holland. Jr., accompanied
U. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Mrs. Leis Keesey and Mrs. Ann Allen.
her to Tampa.'
JOHN CAPO. Manager


Phone ID 7-3532

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rm 50/0 I' Reg- Now 2 For

NATIONAL + Reg. OOO Now $599

Ph. C77-B217 ITS W. Granada Ij
Ormond ..... Florida t = HALF SLIPS

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\ $4 $5 $193' $399



107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657




Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving

Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts Reg. $ FINE HARDWOODSMost 3 $345
orders filled within IS working days. Now Servingall
areas la 7S mil rod. of BunaelL BLOUSES ..N
CALL COLLECT Day 4X7-3513 Night 435-1571
EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED Reg. 350 to 750 Now 199 to 499


BINGO 8:00: P. M. $399 $599 ,

TONIGHT (Thursday)



Disabled American Veterans $800SHORTY

Jim Boo Chapter No. 86
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EARN S + $499



Pay Postage Both WaysS

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BE .w5 OuCLaao Bunnell, Florida

K s.. OPEN 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday thru SaturdaySENIOR

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ADVERTISING B rt5S UM Ptaintm and y() Lv. """" \e .wet +
Real kite Broil! PlalatKuir&a ailsrasy. w..... naa your .
sad sddreu I.' se t..1

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RATE -4c ptt ..... Mkntm y-1-- lt Y MMtNotlif -- -=-- -,,on leN Inat. Nka Kv MtreetnVwaWM. Turk :.. .s..r: .. M ?F5 .wln.wet!with ... of Irk March on or, I.Mu.... M.eW I

,( neat a saa Y(H' AM MHIKBY NOTIriBD ::
eh.,s per laMMe4w $1.69.3frT1C is hereby ghee Iks. that a* asBinili action :r .t si5. wlTfsls my hand this end IMK aanlof day

'titBoard of t'ounty Coatsalaluneri keen .... caM court on
for divorce' kaa agalnat suit bs.. DofiMMHI .
TAKE ... lt: cINda uf "-- ,'...". Phi'-. you aid you sere required Dn'0IICIIilf af Fakctsary IMt.M MOODT.A.
>.... will ,ft'etYew kMs ten to serve a espy af )"ur written hind cad sea JM
iMtelM; Beu-Bet nl 5 c* A .. aarrk I. I Ml It ..'...., If say toI on lAw Lt dap Ail Sack Julia..f Ike R itrcteH Harvey
11 dLk l kill TkmlrsiiiNi'n the urrtic of tke plaintlfTs at ly5/
> fw ?ieW woawnwvQ vfidC (1.rti1nte Feces W Psrn As Ivauty .l.rkpleb.
.irtuii "'011I1'\ la r noMreas is 4IS : Y.
M George JKK 4JT.J4!e .uunly ,'_ru..... BeMMllKlurtde. .. HethyHaelaa Avenue, r o MMMIT. ... t1 rrWtIlcy _U> Mar T- tcUMlAt.
lt-M-l on tke foMowMMJC c. Daytsjlba -'-.. rWrldn. .
i.l u. qUlBMBOBH. and Me tk. ......! with tKe1erk
1-2* Mertkweet \ Pis gainst of the skses-styted c.... R Harvey .DVT1I..MT
Jakwsfe Wii
FOR SALE-3O the dragline la to kc ..... a. on ar had*** |fc. ISIS day atMarrk. Cl.r.

dews, $6-00 WH*. QiMMt lor i. ..nd ....,. It la, ... ta hub. lt'|: ...... .. a Jvdsjntent Fib .. 11. .1. i!. ale. RIM)I .T FOR Rllia FOR
R. C. A. TV CM in tke north I'k p.ft may ka pink $1.00; .JT
Route ". yaw for the roMf denwn4ed nIke LEGAL ADVBRT1 BM NT
sole. needs work $14)03. Larf Term Caa*. am na.d easnpialnt. or pe- %,..... .. hereby ties list
tke rttfkts nR1'I'I' C l BT, BVn of County s-
The Hoard reserve tNkm.WITNMm. 1% TUB tile Psard
Oil Hester s69. .
Magic Chef the ....1'...* of tile CMMtiMM Mr hand. and ,lilt 'TII Jl UK'lt, CIHCl IT.'Mft .....,. .f Plagter c...ty, S1.t-
Tulle Heeler $10.00; 3 piecectienal ) to reject any. : saM <*e.rt on rVbruaryOflOWOK 'll* FOR KUAULKH tOl i' Ida. .IM ......". s..lsd ibid. ua-
Mfe4382S17. nil ... a/nd ta waive aay sealiK Tr. FMtHllll til T:p. p. min Fekraary I .
living room formalities kkk rsaiveilliated )(. MOOtiTas 4111. %... W. DltlalO: "AKTWW the ofcce of the Clark WCtrcwH 00.

..eo. Phone .i 1'_..... Plain .lerh af aaM "'urtMBAU r RADKR OKAT.Platntlff. Court In theCxtnur

J.a 11. TP day uf February. If**. (UFfPlC'UL Oaorlheyr .
H COW ART. chNeasto /*/ M Woody y. 5da. f rthe igI
iMMtrd uf ieuMy i'.w11s- rVk 1i-t." M>r 7--4'" IAUI. UAKTIK OR AT.Dalisjitant I' "ll,.

MAN OR WOMAN wanted to loners of Fte ler IFlorMa ). -- Taster
'OTIEY' .t rr t/tnsh. '.. ,_..
supply RawWgh Products tot'8MYfRf'ft .%rrairTHKOtWie. LEGAL ADVEBTMtSMEHTl THE STAR 1........elh. ': ....'" at

in Flagier Count; M >>0(,..t. CWrk TUB riBrtiT rotitT nvKUAULKH 'lld1NIMVMDxAKTIN: type and aortaaas .:.s Prism:

ar NE Volwia County. Gee t'..b I. 411 ::I. lMtftcL".U. C01.1T1. rLOIt- OKAY." l.Front R d Lift or ( Mn4Jack

start No experieneof : lei Toll ARt tflftBIIT roaMlfe4ta H P Air CoaMressorI
time to AUt5NT1s10MI.5Titigilie la faee !II.. s2.DOWfliT .rk..f ttl.l'.4rt I-1
Se-. UO LET rH. with the (. I- H HydravMc Uftr
Investment. nececMry. : T rtlR slue *'Olt fta+ eIr"'ISE your A.swr to Amended 'H'IFICATI05I: .

or THe Peter Ra mu aen. IIHM.MMulloe : Oamsaalnt filed herein stalest .r..... I A mechanical

AvMud or \ la .......,. given ikalth JOHN TSPN MOIILKT you in the above entUled cause brake tester raaaMe of las 5
N. Arlington .- County Csisjai- s aaaW .n ar before the 14tk day of all vshleiswei.*> a.

write Rawlelgh Dept Pta-360. n"n:. CousHjr. Pier .(vr1t TCt 0E1'1.511T" February "... and serve a copy pound or I....
seated ha tMlll TOTa thereof upon bonaM C. S The Brake Teeter skaH
Tena Ma. talll receive ': 1ft'A JII"L.oIU DA.
SIS, Memphis, S ev A. SI.. March 4. l"s, If1II JlOIILIIYIU imp riatntlffa au."" berew.whose have been In regular prodvcttsnand
1-18, 2.1, 15. 29. 3 7. Stf. is tlM office oC tke Clerk of (: set address Is SIT OraM catalogued under a symbol

--- --- the rirruit C.url M IK. FWgKrr H.............. 1'1. Avenue, rtayte .. .... Pssee. hereby a. number by the maJMtteeture-r far
Desk tebkt" ,'___, CeUrttMMMC. IfcMMWtl.Florida a "The Fiagter Trn.III"I. a period leagt ana year.
FOR SALE- *, i are filedthat 0:1t :
the newspaper shall ..
for the folio wtetg poW stilt has bees designated as J. Tha Tester
eard files, cabinets, 5a.. _.. In the above entitled _u..: sad In wM* tbts Order shall be of the Drlve.On and IHop type

steel shelving, docks, copier, I->/' cu yd. dreaUae mounted )... are ...,.., required ta iHeyour pukatskad ooc. a week for leu'FArL or Roller type, and thereby aapabte -
un le/ wheel truck to meet with the Clerk of lT- weak of nutrklf and acevratetymeaaurltlJC

blueprint file, air compressor. the reMow is* .i.-i i.iatio*>aNew tads .'answer.-, and to serve a espy iThur NOT.2.I._A and recenHng tHe
misc. office equipment LeMfjt.. dragline pr.Wely mauntd. thereof upon the plaintiff .r I) t a'J5 t: brake effort of a motor v,(Fists
t-umplrte end -***, for use plalnlUr attorney, whose nameand fA; POrt under actual .1....** en Portland Cement Co. Phem ..n a .'rune ........, or a. ...ravedb aeMreas ..: Eo .
439-2363. Jan. 3S- tc. ) soie .......,...........1'.. a truck "AM" H TUCKKK The nature af this softs a 4. Tha Brake Tester Bali be
1Mt1' r Wtarea.WITNMHH designed to adequately withstand
'rune.ltat.d. IO. Not "f4Huanell. and seal
1 my hand the stresses Involved In the continuous
ity .s KtorKU
FOR SALE-Three lots beet. by maaufrturers ryre = not later. than March C. A It.m it BunnoN. Flagler Ceusrty.Florida production line typo of

ed near school. Paved streets printed literature shall be 'wtlea. .. this 11th day af J'aniiary. motor vehicle testing af passenger
crane ca.psc- do Default A. U 14I.OEOile3K. car type meter veklcfea and
(Son IW tons If so.
on Lemon and Lambert. Contact sty at I* ft radius,, rated by will c.-:1J.afalnel you for )I. )lOO Circuit T. shall therefore, have a mailnxtatvefa4eie

Mr*. Luke Wells. PhorM IM 1..1' ,'1'- and .....Y.I the relief demanded In the bill Court of ton weight capacHy af no.
Aaorlatlon at not U.s than IS of complaint. The nature of said less than 11.... pounds per ,eh
4373397. Feb. .... I'tfrrmarklae ([ BAD +ele sod.I. .
tun ..1'.... I $.' l suit being far
R Harvey .
-- to be. ciimbtaation drag DIVORCEWITNi1P.t By It' Julia The ttraka Tester shaH ..
ESTATE WANTED- of I/1 rubHyard hand and seal Deputy Clerk capable of automatteaily weighing
... 1 a. II, 4t.
or larger capacity of saM Court this ith day of Jan. *. In pounds the brake effortof
Immediate cash. Have Immediate The upper works will Ovate Ptkruary A. P. U" each of the four wheels of a

cash buyer for reason 15e degrees _U..I) .t a lH ftUK M. MOODTClerk LEGAL ADVKRTUKMCJIT motor vehicle, reeardlng suah
of speed of s or more M"''" of said ClrcuH Court OFFt.At.LKR brake effort on n separate Indicator
s lng rotRT
ably priced large acreage un a turtitsbie base with fouror t I) I"i TIIK rmrriT KLOHI- for each wheel when the

farm or tim rland. Call or mere conical ,.ateI''' All nr4/ Julia U HarveyCHrk lot TY. vehicle la brought to a stop onh.maehlne
I AIn -
the turn. by appci.aNrabe
write J. G. Lassetter, Tallahassee table bearing base surfaces snail be on hardened for leMitfVk.".. U. SS and 2*. ticLEGAL case Xo.IL M4niAKUM HRHM.! .

Realty Co. P. O. Box luag II'.. The tlllr..We gear nalntUfJHETA DeeetevemelerBrake
Florida. will have hIM."'" teeth, be AUVERTHEME3TT Dereleronteter capable
1333 Tallahassee bolted Into the turntable base J'HBBSE of testing all vehicles weighing

Feb. 1. 8, 15. 22..4tc and permit rcmounttog la rw- Kill NEy1 Es? ( Itefandant more San Lard pounds.

tiled p./lions .lmvSd .I. be. Netlca I* hereby given that \ wrlt'l TO UKKKVII Headlight Tester Tester shall
drclraMe to equalise wear.A Hast Klagler Maa afto Control FUHH TO. I. The Headlight
LADIES WANTED-Make up boom holt shall provide for IMflrlct riagler Heaeh.Florida Tilt' : 8TATB HBBtHBf Or have been In regular productionand

to $1.68 per hour doing simplesewing raising the boom with power will accept sealed .... UKBTA Carnation J. iHreet catalogued tha manufacturer under a symbol'umber far

time. and precision lowering under the oAre. located seven miles by
in spare at HoupaVowMktdleses.
your of at least one year
a period
Peach Highway
engine north of Flagler BoglaadYo ;
Write, Jamster Industries Inc., A IIIItw.ftc.a.-I cab shall AIA. up to and until 5.05 are hereby notified that a be 2. of The the Headlight pheto.electrto Teeter shall.....1I'po

100 Ashmun. Sauk Ste. Marie. provide adequate vliletilty for !I'. M on Wednesday. FebruarySlct. Hafcty glass shall be .. at which time .... and
2-l-8-15-3tc operating' IM ,n the above entitled cause; candlopowrr. -
Mich. Zip 49783. mounted In rubber, front windows will b..pensd, for the construction JOlt ar hereby required to Rteour Indicating dials assist In dele
shall slide In tracks ton of a spillway apBroilmalelytwo answer with the Clerk of Adjustable
position provided within mile west of Btng's fish and serve a copy rm+ntng highest candlepowerind
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS open his Court to verttcU and horizontal beam.
the caw Heat will Include the plaintiff or
oaR I hereaf upon .
LEFT UNCLAIMED foam! rubber cushion and back nan* and speclttcaUens maybe ..>lalfltlffs attorney, whose name ilm. eanditlonaI. The Headlight Tester shall
We ,....,. reviewed at the entice and a
MACHINES ind adlfees *; ned to adequately wlth-
SEWING t de4
the trainsill of the sHe by ape e
All shafts In power .vry." made JAMM H CLA ;TON Involved Iiihs
the stresses
have 2 1968 Dial.O-Matic gig operate en antl.frictionbearings. [wintmeatTelephone CLAYTON A JAMCMI and line
All In the pww- 4H-SIM. )II'. Frank continuous
gears DODeland.
been us Drawer
Zags that have never 'type of motor vehicle testing.
with machinei -
will be .
rr tram Br deTelephone. Floridat
ed. They) were Christmas lay. ,' teeth from steel forglngs. : 4)*.Mil. II,. 1.y'sail later than February SI A. D., 4. The Headlight af accurately Tester shall and
be capable
will be heat treated.5oll.r l. OagePrices .
picked up customers Hear UII. Indicating vert Irle -
away, never chain drive from engine wtated ta cover complete do -, Default ilmultaneously ...
left area. You can and gears In main power train Job RnvaistP to be mark-" wM cu.Jo: against you far beam. ales a vehlrle -

machines for the la hoist drums and horlatmtalwing .d on _,.Id. -HM for HpHlw.y. .he relief demanded la the bAler Mm and candlepower The machine shall
have these shaft will run In oil Inrnclesed ",,__..'ul bidder to furnish taint. The nature of said headlight be adjustable
of $47.00 each. Cash brake will be of Uablllty In- he so arranged as to
balance case A iMMid and proof .sit being. far vertically and harlaontaHylo
COLLECT provided to lock the upper luranca.miccescful DIVORCEWITSRMH
Phone mounted
or terms. will bo notl- seal test headlights
works In say rotated positionlosltlve bidder my hand and Inches
Jacksonville 353-1946 any. lock will be. provided Ked followlajr the IHetrkfs tabulation e' said Curt this nth day afsnuary :heights Inches varying from from renter II line to

time. Ask for Credit Manager. ta secure the hoist drum forat.ty of BMs.The A. U. 1MIOBOKOB to Hoar 14 level and at any legal
transporting riagler MOODY
when Idle or Hast M.
Will deliver, no obligation.Feb. Control levers hall prvrlde ontrol District reserves the Clerk af said Circuit width. Tester shall

1. 8. 15. 22. 29StcWAITRESS snap-In clutch< feature that right to reject any and all bidsind Court be..equipped The Headlight with optical sighing
ran be adjusted to operator to waive all OfBrlal Peal) for locating Its horl-
preference to snap-In or not I. bedding Hy /"/ Julia II HarveyDeputy means parallel with the
WANTEDApplYat octal ails
be Industrial Stagier Mosquito Central
lower unit to Bast Clerk vehicle ta be
line of the
Malphurs Restaurant multi-cylinder gasoline .lliit District Jan. <*. Feb.' I, a. It. 4te. renter
TF r not leas than IS Ii. I'. at layman I* (lage. Secretary tested test
Phone 437-3471 Feb. 8 tl'M and M' ; The unit
shall be graduated
FOR SALE-1962 Ford Econollne fully equipped with It rest LEGAL .DYERTI.E.ElII'f I" JflMJeTarUAULtlH FLOHIFHOM4TK CO"RT- dial arrangements to .sp,." both vertical

Tilt self starting. generator. el bath COtSTir beam. aim In.inches .
condition. borfaoatal
Van. good K.T ron nioc and
air cleaner, all filter and other nrai 1)t
boat trailer with 13 inch standard _...rl... Sealed bids will be received In "... MSi0'r1'SI at SI feet of headlightbeam
dragline shall be properly the office af the City Clerk of TO tKKUITOHlWTTATE aim.
wheels. See Buddy Chambers Tha mounted on a crane carrier the City af Buanell. Florida. In OFUIXIAK T. The Headlight Tester all&11.tlh.r
Building, oa or JOHM8OS.rERHOXf be constructed ta operateon
.JO the followingspecifications. the C1 W Center
alt'St'L Q19C-IO; 113 conforming before 4.1t P man. on the |tlh day tr.ctAlIe a track the base for which
D. 1555 for LP shall consist of steel aaglea lube
furnished Mi Wheel Drive with frontdrlyng of'.A. BALL V f N OOK grouted In the
gallon A
FOR RENT-3 room < .... having rated capacity Oas at a KIHU PRICE per II permanently shall be
with garage, Flag of not less than net Ibe- with a free service charge CLAIMS DIIMANDDAIAINIIT Boor. The track rail
apartment attachment ta
axles with and the City paying parts only.payable MAID BHTATIC: arranged far solid
lee Beach. $40.00 per month and tandam< rear of not less than by the lith of each You and each af you arc hereby tha base angles and shall ka re*
electric. rated capacity notified and required to PI.any movable for wear replacement.Or .
Includes water and 21...* Ibe.Power month.lrla. which with a
be r. O. B. Bunnell.Indicating claim and demands the portable
Itc unit shall be ...,,111. s to
Phone 4392528. tact_ with approximate deliveryEa you, or cither of you may have patented base that roll. as If
cylinder In the officeof Rids requested
track arc
against said estate guided by a
la.hesdisplacement ..
IN STORAGE not less and rated III H. I*. Lash kid shall bo addressed, Hoc. T. K. McKnlght. CountyJudge on both models
PIANO at his shall
County Tester
the City CommJaakm. P. O. af Flagler .. The Headlight
Beautiful spinet stored locally. at ION UPM.Transmission. will provide ave to BOB Tia. Buanell. Florida Ufll, amca In the Court House la Hun.. be furnished with a calibratingstand
Tha Florida, within sit calendar which when In combination
If Oas" sell
Responsible marked an
Reported like new. speeds dual range, giving It reserve the month from the time of the with a standard type flashlight *
take a big save speed forward and > speeds reTires "'mml".n af this notice accurately call
party can right to reject any and all bids I ret publication will permit
verse Each claim ar demand must ka the machine ta the floor
balance. tile bid that In Its bratlsg
'M and ta accept
low payment will ka ten tires
ing on wm be far the beet In writing and contain ton placeef plane. The calibrating stand
Write Ellis Music Co. Panama n. IS ply or to..rcr..uppl". Judgment loteren af lbs City af Dunnvll. residence and post office address shall also be capable af accurately
Attachments and must
15-te sf the claimant calibrating the optical
Fla. 32401. Feb. Include X' boom with ir Flertda.WITNBM. his
City will hand and afflclal be sworn to by the claimant, sightingmeans.
Insert ta provide bark H' koonv, safety Telescoping swat this 75c boom < tope ball be void,
USED ladies winter coats declutching device A. P. I Ml.M Jack
hoist < .. Johnson
Mayor / lift or jack must be cap
Barber. The
up. Mens coats 50e up. Jerry'sFurniture. double sheave boon tip wit- City/ / Hhelt af Bunnetl.n FloridaATTIWT A* Executor of said able of lifting the front end of
Old Dixie Hwy. 2 able for dragline or : Estate automobiles and heavy duty
Ufline. 1.25-/l.
operation. First publication an
mL S. of Korona. Ph. 437-3752. and all necessary /Barbara C. ftmythe.CHr Leland H. thaw trucks.l-rices to ka FOB Runnel Installed

Feb. 15-ltc rabies and attachments for use Clerk Feb. 1.11 Ste.LEGAL Attorney far Eiecutor at selected location at

with etasMhen and dragline. P. O. Pots It' County Mtackada.The .
DM skewtd also Inchide one !/' ADYERTDE WEST Russell Florida, IM1. Board reserve the rightto

TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY ruble '.arlh.::: ..bucket perforated. Jan n. Fsb. i. .. It. 4 tc purchase all the equipment

Let us help beautify Frtgler The Board waMs the bids to l:' TIlPl riRrt Cot'NTY IT rniRT: rLG"104 OPYI.AtILEII IV TtlK 'IRn'IT .'Ot RT. .KV.RTM from one supplier. or each ItemIndividually.

variety of evergreens be with and without trade of JtUKItk (IHCt the right.
County. Large Bantam ..../.... A.U FUR rLAU'. K TINt Beard reserve
plants. ._ ... ITJt'UAN the Interests of the
hedge la aa
the right nIL 0..1.
palms The Board reserves lot \?*. rl..fHIU
5H miles S of Bunnell on .s ,Itt Interests at, the Count U AU.XBD.ttalntHf a17)0% q0. Df. %'- Sods mar req and W rc te. ta Jrc.r.t;..:.*
or tIAHHBTT.rtalntlff .
to releet any KDWARP
require THOMAS
may .
15-tlc kids reaHtod.Dated .
Feb. va aHftee In
U. S. 1. .II kids and tn to....waive_I.any.... lafurmalltles JOE ANS" ALFORD. y. at .Fnia....... FlarUa T *V tMs '.

rtartda. I... IlttoadalltII (3ARRRTT.Lasf.aadaat ttk day a/ r 3C.
ananetl. ANNE
Hated *t lPErrDTIID I'ATHICtA CoWTrJT Chairman,
1551. wr.-1'1 Tv II. ...
? tRENEW :'th dar af rtkntary, .. TO: QMasals*
tTTATK Hoard] af County
r H. OOWAHT. Chairman.Board Jf F ASMTroupe It''nrrilUlJ.: gobs K or at IT steners of,..
roue of County ammla- IN THE OF TUB STATE
A"'Ji FVarlda.OeOMB
....., .riagler County Ild/ OF
Bums LICENSE ..L GeorgiaTon PATW'ClANt: OARnBTT .
PLrW.. are hereby notliad that TO: 7[. MOODY, Clerk
mm row "TT.., MOOOT. Clerk a salt has been flled against you Feb. IU.2UCWSIFIED
(ilIOIRIE< )I. entitled and ItTl Brookmeade
In the


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--- ---- -- -- ...... WM awrded .....,. .e pads.There .
"""a.!. OMLSBurmell able mss Lien Other roans to will H a shaagc Jar
the ? anlsun.e ate Srnasli VanMy Saps deed IiIte Mf'IIw and pet ......
p/SPORTS HAT ST. A..ttffE A. Joseph. Florida D& 8. .... OaitalMii SI t* M Friday desist aidMiswaL itrewwa-.
GWM Able Springs and St.Al nigt at CailahaiL on- t*.A may salt the Ftefitr0MMH
NOTES Sins took MI eM y .f.VAMfTT M41 M. the ant quarter hy City Hail.
victory over It .ngniiyaFriday > -
..IT but trailed Callahan at
night by AS to 33 .... half-time by 31 to 35. ....-
HALS TOURNAMENTOPEN hula Jones sawed M ,prriw/s ROTS WIN we *IWrffl and Nelson aM._C high CABS or THANKS
and i oiidti II
Ruby e6ML
was. Coach JACK IMNVMto May take this tented.
Nancy Hargett played a good The Bunnell. Varsity Mead
said this the ftfat time:
leer ...... The his dM not of thanking the members of
took MMHng by 86 to M on
B.tawell hM tM C.l
The Alit !Northeast Florida haw wen tile JUJftfWllDetriment VMMHr Fire
Girls Conference Baaketball a game scheduled fw the! hRMtl court TueadayVlifim IahH court In ten )IMJL This for their prompt' '
Tournament open in St. Augustine Tuesday I iIkCUiLS The RfHt QIWIfwT was (gives Bumteil IS wins te 7 assistance in extinguishing a

today, according to 1C to 11 k hit,,",', favor. 1eM8. Are at our home Monday
). Ceaeh Santa Bradley ....... ALL CONFERENCE Bunneil ftetded only six boys. nJfht. We also express' our
net talus on Florid DAB PETS TO GET appreciation to Elden Knight
at 6:30 P. M. in Settles. Gym.K TEAM One bey fouled out and one SHOTS FEB. 29 and Jan Spangler& for their
they win tonight they will Ehmneli placed two "' ... \." inj m>d ao they nnithcd A veternarian will be at kind cooperation.
play again in the* Lula Jones and Ruby London the game with only four boyson the Flagler Beach Municipal
Friday night at 7:30.: on the mythical All Confer the court. Hall Thursday. Feb 29 at Fred and Mareell Hall.

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