The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 22, 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
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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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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VOL. S I NO. Tm5 DAY. FEBRUARY X. 1966 sue A TEAK i f

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: .,,;; APPOINTED f. +aw'f

Ptajltf beau. City ComWlllto ***-

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tM Mayor and three! coewnwosi.nses ..
peeseM. 'OfRMi..lsRrr
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MeDewett WM ill and

OBHMnlssiomr O;urge Wiek-

line was attending the meet-

inc et the bmfue of Sn slisw

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"I'M le u.a on appointed

v the fattewtog persona on the

election board, to serve on $
March 5 1988: Maxine Kei- ,

1y neck: Myrtle CaM. Irene

.t.t. '. Masemore an4Marie Bred.

.... t'. t1 Inspectors and C. O. Magee.
marshal! TIMe it the official
Chief E. J Chaffee and David Wakeman of he Flagler
city election at Which two etty
Beach Volunteer Fire Department are pictured with modern commissioners will be electedfor

Are-flghting equipment In front of the new fire station. two year terms. Seven candidates
have qualified.

COUNTY BOARD ADVISORY BOARD A public hearing was heM
on extension of water 01:
ACCEPTS BIDSAt MET MONDAYThe South 4th Street Since there

a special meeting Fri Flagler County Recreation was no objection, the extension

day night the Flagler County Advisory Board approved was approved CATHERINE HARRIS RECEIVES AWARDMiss

Board of Commissioners accepted requests for $1500 for recreational A clarification was requested Catherine Harris daughter of Superintendent and Mrs.
the bid of 011 Dealers of the Attorney Max Os-
facilities at meetIng
a Harris winner of
Coy was : Flagler County Oratorical Contest
Supply Co. Jacksonville, for and votedto sinsky as to whether" or not
Monday night,
and Runner-up of the 5th Dist
Champion of the American
the city could pave certain'
motor vehicle Inspection submit the requests to the
equipment to be Installed at Board of County Commissioners portion of North..Central Ave ---- Legion

the Flagler County stockade. for approval.The nue. One adjacent property TWO DIE IN Miss Harris a sophomoreat
six member board owner had claimed that the PLANE CRASH Bunnell
In other business Friday High School received
night the commissioner: : serves as an advisory board city did not have adequate SUNDAY NITE a trophy and a check

Agreed to apply for a County for the county commission to right-of-way on this street Dr. Donald M. Christopher. for $15 which was presentedby

Area Planning Program at advise as to how recreation The attorney ruled that according 44 Keystone Heights physician District Commander Cora

the request of the Bunnell monies shall be expended.The to Florida Statutes, and William Edwin Buckles.
board will submit the the road had been in public Ray Krutz
City Commlsslners. Moore, 51, an electrical con was runnerupIn
Discussed the primary and following recommendations: use for a sufficient length of tractor from Melrose!, were the Flagler Contest. Miss

secondary road work programa. 1-$500 to be allocated to time to be considered a public both killed when their four Marsha Johnston was 2nd

the City of Bunnell for ta. thoroughfare and thus seater Cessna 182 plane crashed runner-up and Miss Victoria

Mr. Edwards appeared before $300 for City Recreation Fund; could be paved Sunday night In the Shell Perritt wan fourth place win
Bluff section' of the
the board
ler Beach Association
for roads at Washington Oaks. improvements. Seriously injured in the First place winner for the
Park. The commission agreedto 2-$ X) to be allocated to 'presented In which crash were the doctor's 15 District Contest held In Bun

haul shell into the camping the City of Flagler Beach for the Taxpayers Association year old daughter Gall Chris.topht"l' nell was Rocky Draud of Jack-
concurred in the City of Flag
Teenage Dances sonville.
area. expenses. and Moore's son. 18
ler Beach position to sell
3-$11666 to Haw Creek year old Wm. Ernest Moore.
Community Hall for folding water to the Northeast Flag Miss Christopher is hospitalized LIONS PRESIDENTSPEARR
ler Water District at not less
chairs and additional
DISPOSITIONSIN light- at Runnell General Hospital AT
Ing. than the 56 cent per thousand
where she underwent
CIRCUIT 4-4116.66 to Espanola Community gallon figure recommendedby
Monday night. Her
Hall for folding city engineers and CPA surgery A. (Zip) Edmonson Bun
condition Is listed satisfactory
COURT MONDAYIn chairs. firm. nell Lions Club President,
Moore treated
Circuit Court Monday 5-$11666 to St. Johns Park the hospital and transferredto spoke at the Flagler Woman'sClub

Judge W. L. Wadsworth set Community Hall for folding SCHOOL BOARD Bradford County Hospital Wednesday. He explained
the purpose of the new directory
the trial of Mrs. Edna Young, chairs. MET MONDAYThe at Starke Monday night.
signs to be at
indicted 6-$150 to the municipality
on a manslaughter
Flagler School Board the north and south city limits -
of Beverly Beach to assist with
charge In the shooting of her BUJTMELL POST OFFICE
met In lp'dallf'SSlen Monday of Bunnell on US Highway
husband Christmas Eve, for a hula hut expenses. The hula
review No.
morning to legist 1. He showed photographs
three from March hut Is to be erected on State-
11-11 day period Road Dept right of way recently passed i 11 Tallahas '11'(' Bunnell Post Office of the signs which contain
will be cloned today In ob- various club emblems The
Kit A. Hayden one of two Flagler County receives see.Walter S. Mo:as, School' r TV?nee of George Washingt Woman Club plans to purchase
with the per annum from racetrack
men charged slay
and Jai Alal for reere Supervisor, was present i > p*- n's Birthday Thursday, Feb. a sign to be placed on
of two Fav-
Ings teenagers at
wt C the
Superintendent Coy *. 22. directory.
orita appeared In Circuit tional purposes. Harris In explaining what th- Teamaster: Ray Mercer said It was announced' a special
The board
Court but his advisory recommended
arralngmentwas legislation would ns ti K re would be no window social meeting' will be February

date. postponed until a later the remaining expending$1500$1500 be reserved and- Flagler County. service' or route service today. 28 at 2 p. m. at the club

for It was reported that all Mercer said all Incoming house. James II. Tucker focal l
a major county projectwhich
Jerry Canterberry. Flagler will benefit and be forth teachers were on the Job as mails would be distributed to attorney will speak on Wills
Beach charged with shooting of Board members local office and
Monday post boxes and all Legal Papers. The meeting
use of all of the citizens
a gun in a public building, commented! that the local outgoing malls will be dispatched Is open to the public.
was placed on probation for Advisory board membersare teachers were to be commended according to regular The club's annual "Old
three years and fined $-100.Ralf'leh Howard Letch, chairman:
for the decisions they had schedule fashioned
country auction and
Mrs. Betty Steflik. Mrs. Bette
Alexander pleadedguilty made not to participate in The Post Office' will open comic fashion show" will be
MeDanlel, Mrs. Joyce Townsend -
to receiving stolen Jimmy HargVtt. Leslie" the FEA strike Friday, Feb.._23 at 9:00 a. m. March 2 at 7:30 p. m. at the
property was placed on clubhouse,
according to firs
two years probation and fined Pache and James II. Tucker -
E P Fleurie, publicity chair-:
5150. Attorney. recording secretary

Trial of Mamie Lee Calvin, 14k man.There will be a "eamesparty"
charged with second degree '
March 6 at 2 p. m. at
murder, was set for March 11. MORRIS ATTENDS the Flagler Beach RecreationHall.


BEACH TAXPAYERSASSN. Walter S. Morris, School The clubs second annual
Supervisor, represented Supt "Sidewalk Art Show" has beenset
,' f ftic
MEET MONDAY Coy G. Harris who was 111. at for March 23 at the Flag
an emergency meeting calledin ler Beach Recreation Hall
The regular monthly meeting Tallahassee Friday by fem 10 a. m, until 5 p. m.
of the Flagler Beach Taxpayers State Superintendent Floyd An Invitation has been extended

Association will beheld Christian. A review was madeof -" to all residents to enter
at the dry hall recreation l legislation passed and of waar; their work In the show.

room Monday evening the probable course of action + } Twenty-one members attended
February 26 at 7:30. the meeting. Hostess
the State would take relativeto S. ""'"
This meeting will be open to the strike called by Florida .S. "- es were' MUses Emily and
the general public and Mr. H. Education Association. t't. !:\ Flora. Gage.WORLD .
R. Hunt, president, urged all !*. ; '

citizens to attend."Candidates TID V DAY OF
TAJ ....A
for the office lUGlT ... PRATER SERVICE
of City Commissioner are all Day A.M. P.M. A3L. P.M. ;;; IT t1I/I.fI/f' ""\ MARCH 1
cordially Invited to attend 22 2:54 3:18 9:18 9:24: ::-
"Bear One
and their views ..r..tsr.- Another's ProbIPmS" -
express as to 23 4:06 4:30 10:24 10:30
the improvement of the citygovernment" 24 5:12 5:36 11:30 11:36 1'lI.toe: br Tho c will be the theme of

Mr. Hunt said. 25' 6:12: 6:36 12:24 11:59 JOAN WILSON "MISS BUNNELL HIGH 1968" the World Day of Prayer Service

Cake and coffee will be 26 7:00 7:24 12:30 1:12 Miss Poqulto Bu cu. "Miss Buan U High 1967- Itft is shown at St. Stephens Catholic

served by the Ladles Refreshment 27 7:43 8:06 1:18 1:54 printing a trophy to Miss Wilson the -196$ Miss BunacllHigh Church Friday March 1 at
10:03: a. m. according to Mrs.
Committee 28 8:30 8:48< 2:00 2:30 .
Clarence ?itesen, chairman.

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Plotter County should be very proud of the fact that 100 v
of our teachers were In their classrooms Monday morning ful- U. S. D. A. CHOICE
filling their obligations to the children of Flag ler County
Counties all over the Mate faced the threat of fee FEA I $
strike without knowing how many if any. teachers would report STEAKS Ib $1.09
for duty how many substitutes they couM depend upon or T-BORE
or even if they could keep their school open.
TM doe not mean that local teacher are happy with the Lean Western "BOSTON BUTT"
recent action of the governor and the legislature. Local teachersare
Jut as anxious for salary Increases, additional funds for
equipment and supplies and improved school plant as are PORK ROAST Ib. 49Small
the teacher of other counties. It doc mean however, that they
chose to honor their contract and to teach the children that will)
be dependent<< upon them for the remainder of this& school term. Meaty (IDEAL FOR BAR-B-Q)
The parents school board and general public cannot interpret
this decision of the teachers to stay on the Job in the
face of FEA action as teacher weakness or disinterest. It means SPARE RIBS Ib."Oven 59

they have put fact thing first .
We deplore the action of the Florida Education Association
in calling for a teacher strike. In the first place, the teacher is
under contract for the school term and even labor unions honor
contracts. In the second place, the Court has entered an injunc
lion against the FEA strike so that their action Is no better than
draft card burners or SMC rioters.In << .
the third place the YEA is sulking against individual
school boards whose hands are tied action and, there is
; nothing the school board can do to
placate the FEA even if they so desired. And in the fourth
place, teachers are dealing with children; not garbage, coal or Western "CENTER CUT"

concrete Again slabs.we are proud of our Flagler County teachers for being '
100 per cent loyal. We shall support them In obtaining all PORK CHOPS Ib. 69
the salary and Instructional benefits that are provided by the
legislative action.
John A. Clegg

WHAT THE FLAGLER LEGISLATURE SCHOOLS DID FOR I Free Plastic Dish,.. with $5.00 Ir more Meat order I

Much has been written and said about the recent sessionof
Show Boat No. 1 Can
the Florida Legislature and what they did to solve the education OUR VALUE
ed. crisis. We shall attempt to review briefly what happen !SRDK BEANS Each tOe

Twelve bills were passed In the education package. Of Pine Mountain
these a $950 salary supplement per teacher unit was approvedto
be effective July 1, 1968. An addition of $ 25 per teacher unit 5 Jar 49c<< 3 Tin 39C
was approved for current expense; plus an additional $100 per
unit for instructional supplies' only.A See-All
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
new program for education Improvement was adopted LONG '
whereby $1720: per instruction unit could be used In a flexible GRAINJolli RICE 4 Bas 49C
long-range, year-round program.
Additional units for kindergarten and exceptional children, Pac Giant Twin Pac VELVEETA
if needed, were provided.A POTATO Each
new method for funding transportation based on miles CHIPS 3ge
traveled and density of population was passed.It CHEESE
is estimated that this legislation will mean an additional Red & White (4-20 ox. Loaves 95c)

$207,695 for Flagler County under its present program. As the BREAD 5 oa:s 95c
School Board takes advantage of the new programs It will mean *
additional funds available.The 2-99

Legislature provided that county school millage will
be a minimum of 3 mills and a maximum of 10 mills. Flagler MAXWELLL HOUSECOFFEE
County school millage 739 mills so that we will not be hurtin

this respectAll FROZEN FOODSMorton's
In all. Flagler County fared quite well from this session -
of the legislature. Governor Claude Kirk has 10 days In
which he may decide the fate of this legislation. :I Tin 49C 14 oz. size

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. Time Magazine and was with Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order PIES 3 89c

Dear Mayor Fuller: Longman Green Publishing LJbby' BEEF-CHICKEN_TURKEY
House for several years. She
After attending the meetIng has written a novel and has FRESH PRODUCE POT PIES oz. $4'00
of the Board of City Com- poetry In several national anthologlie 5 ??. .a., .
missioners last Thursday *.
night and hearing the discus
Most Important, I would
slon on the library, I would say
there are not ten in 10 39C MARTHA WHITE
like to emphasize that Flagler Florida who know people as much Bag (Plain or S. R.)
Beach has probably one of the
about books as she does. Her Juicy RedAPPLES
great libraries' of the country. FLOUR
work Is truly a labor of love
I have known Dorothy Ho-
and It seems to me Flagler Is 4 49C
mans since our New York
so fortunate to have her. Bag Ib.
days when she was a friendof 5
the leading literary figures She hasn't the faintest IdeaI Larf Crisp HEAD Bal 39e
of the 20'*. 30s, and 40*. A have written this letter, butI Each Limit 1 with
feel I have $5.00 or food
graduate of one of the coun toSincerely LETTUCE 19C more orderII1iL4'1
try's most distinguished col. ,
If"she did research for Helen Plllsbury-Kruger


H. CRAIG Funtrol Director

JOHN CAPO. Monogct till {



OPEN SUNDAYS I ( Phone 437-3227

Phone ID 7-3532 8:00 a-nv-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUlfNELL FLORIDA Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26, 1968IIpe


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JAN SPANGLER tiles vow ksard. ire ., 3-THC PLA4LE TM1W1IC TN M.. PRBROART ]t. MMCM
what ,spewed .. m+.. M at.
HEADS LOCAL CAP Would YouBELIEVE ft lilt 0ev. ..... SI.Is Aa ....... AMIs.. was eteetH to the MWKterm .
Jon -. )yon .feo ... 1M ....... D. D. don plane and, as find' of ........... at a
of PterMa Game and FreshWater *-Ir .... 1111.. I- was...aney Mud .. &It tie areotlag at the ante c..r.
PMi Conairtssion.. tocommanoir It Happen la noIq I. Pt kr liens i sgs ..... airport lAw a pwplh rorr TEAM AM .
of toeal Crvtt Air ..*. fit Ml to WO was dtrown. and- .unasf bathathal ...
County M. 30. 40 I g
gars ago tt..wegh the tusrit and*
Patrol ........... 9pMigi.r has ( ) lineup for the Ovsosot Cfty
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a private itcmse and ha* donea 7 J 0MIMry Club wrestlers was a crow! was Allan tkr-
of their eighth II...... ......... .... gee. Hors
good Job getting the fecal wards: ralmquisR. ..,.ittgoeesler
CAP .,....... TEN TEARS AGO aawwl CaSall for Mar. .,... when tin slr }sltted ; Showrneka> s.sll.r:
tram late plane after at WM
Clvii Air Patrol la a civilian Jean ImteMm j.mkl. It. grsdat- 21 Intoned and Dnawd &sr.
auxiliary of the United States ed tram the University of TWENTY TEARS AGO leaded.t. .. ma***; Ria Allen went ta Isfattswranalta
Air Ferae. All members aw Florida Law School with ...... w... Maude loused was Pat nujulri o and B*.tr ltaaaer at the end *f MHiMtd >
volunteers and receive no pay. ors. February 1. 1968. elected. chairman. of the School Suan..ll High RMireel J'-.. quarter.
CAP WM established in the (...) Trustees of Ftafffer Ootmiy. lore llomemaktrs and their The" boys lineup inelH..d:
Office of Civilian Defense onDecember At the Beard of County Commissioners Don S6ewee was elected sec- Miss Catherine .. WHer and Lowlai Ibra .
1, 1941, to organise meeting' a delega- retary. gen participated in Hie Florida wards; Vora. tenter, 9laniislt
and direct the activities of volunteer d C. L. Voss guards.
State Fair at Tampa.THIRTY .
civilian airmen who IhtAMII High School 14.nor
made their time airplanesand TEARS AGO ReM was divided Into two di.visionsHigh .
equipment available for Virginia 8ewfft WM Idg s and Lew-
wartime tasks. scorer with 21 points and Marion Junior (Lew)
CAP volunteers' flew antisubmarine after you see Hosford was second with Names on the honor roll
18 points when the Burnett were: Jane Warner. Isabel
courier service coastal and performed patrol. your doctor. girls beat the PI< other national defense servo in a basketball game at Bun- ka Bell Cain. Miriam Pelf
twos during World War IL bring yourprescription nelL Ifien Cedy homer' Biddle
In IMS it became a civilian to In the bom game Ira Hoi- David McKenjie; Senior Low
ton and Gilbert Hlfgiftbotham Myrtle Haring Helen Trojanowskl. -
auxiliary of the USAF by Act
won the high point scoring Wlnona Teston.
of Congress. It Is not an agency
of the Federal Government honors with 12 points eaeh. t-o-t
The beat 39 .
CAP mission activities include Bulldogs Junior student getting
-> class rings were Lottie Stone
a national of ,
program Teddy Krol was elected to Miriam Port: Susie Burned
aerospace education for ProftMkjrwIBWj.. fill the unexplred' term of vice Louise Allen Shep Cochran.
adults and youths; participa president' of the Bunnell FFA Helen Cody, David McKenzle
tlon In disaster emergency and Gilbert Hlggtnbotham George Kendall
services: ; participation In .
USAF authorized search and
rescue missions; and cooperation .
with and support of Civil
Defense and the American

Red grams.Cross disaster relief pro. BUDDY KNOX .

The local squadron Is composed AMERICAN SERVICEU.
of 17 active paid members "
S. Highway 1-Bunnell
and 8 tentative member
ships. Earl Rice is executive Day 437-3652 Night 437-3944 r
officer: Harold Hoff. communications

officer, Rodger Turner SALE NEW TIRES SALENew
safety officer; W. D. Jones,
transportation officer; and ATLAS TIRES with NEW V-l RATING '
Dalton Cobb la civil defense '

Dave Glenn flight officer, Is Trade-in Cash and Carry
a qualified FAA Instructor, --
so that flying time under his MILEPAK 1
supervision will count towarda 670 X 15 tube type, Blk. wall $12.95 plus tax -

pilot license. 600/650 X 13 tubeless, Blk. wall $13.84 plus tax
Gary Holland is deputy
commander for cadet pro- 750 X 14 tubeless, Blk. wall $14.95 plus tax

gram. "It Is anticipated". PLYCRON TIRES IU1
Spangler said, "that we shall Bunnell High School Girls Basketball -
Interest youth in CAP and develop for Championship of Northeast Florida Conference. Shown holdIng .
an active cadet pro- ALL THIS PLUS S & H GREEN STAMPS the trophy are team captains Maria Hugaa and Lula Jones. I

gram. Looking on Is girls coach Santa Bradley
Several of the CAP Squad. I
ron are licensed pilots and
several are licensed citizen
band radio operators.The .
squadron has recently
acquired' a pick-up truck for
use In their search and res-
cue programs. Spangler' said \
they have applied to the Air
Force for a plane but do not
have confirmation as yet Apply Diazinon
The Board of County Commissioners .

erecting an has office approved building for sure control of

near the hangar at Bunnell
Airport. It will be used as a
. meeting place and classroomfor soil insects in potatoes t to
CAP. It will also serve asa
lounge and chart room foroth" and othervegetable
pilots who use the air.

crops.. .


Joseph A. Scarlett. 38 year
old Public Defender from Vo-
lusla County has announcedhis Whether you grow potatoes or other lion of Diazinon within one week of plant-

candidacy for State Attorney vegetable crops,you an rely on DinlnonIng.. You can use either Diazinon AG500
In counties of Flagler insecticide to deliver the superior kind of emulsifiable solution In a spray, or apply
Vol usia. Putnam and St. soil insect control that definitely makes Diazinon 14G granular with an appropriate -
Scarlett received his law bigger and better yields possible. spreader.
degree from Stetson In 1952 Diazinon even gives you effective conSince Diazinon is also effective against
and has experience as a trial trol of those strains of Insects which have a wide range of chewing and sucking in

lawyer. become resistant to previously used Insecsects that attack foliage, you an simplify

ticides. So results are more certain when your total insect control program by applying -

HASTINGS MATTRESS you use Diazinon against cutworms, mole Diazinon foliarsprays during the season.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS crickets, and wireworms. Forsure Insect control,order Diazinon

710.12 Lemon St. What's more, Diazinon delivers longtoday..
Palatka, Florida lasting control without creating residue Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, Division -

Phone EA 5-9166 problems In the crop you treat, or In succeeding of Geigy Chemical Corporation, Saw
rnrnirura Upbolterlaf crops. Just follow the simple diMill River Road, Ardsley, New York.

Repaired Renahn.dMattresses rections on the label Rates are low, application '
C lox Springs MOOMGeigy'
M. to Order.Also Renovated Is easy.Generally. CIWOII Of(MMCMI Id
CaD Lama Morris 437-3233 you can control most soil D
After 1:00 .. X. insects by disking In a broadcast appjica, Jazi.non


Jut as Mar as foot
Phono ot Pest Office ,
Drop Us a Card or CaD
Fro Pick-up & Delivery

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4-THE TLAGLEB TRIBUNE THURS.. FEBRUARY 22. IM* turned Mrs. home Neva Saturday EtsenWc*from re home loft In UnJonville.Tresday far c.tier..

__ alto a visit base wUi Mr.
V VH9 Bsssih wINR site \IWIMIII
TWO wrens wtda her Me iw and )IN. LyMM Os.e. MM.
an4Mardell Feat and MM. MMM
law and damMir Jofc
SinKtxffiand and are MM. Cteffr's da.........._


W. wish to thank all wfc*
David Brews stud et at
cards< and oi11s
Diversity .< Florida, stemH tent flower.
a Y s > wpewwiw 1 J here with kM to our mother, )Ira. Late
all the aett *
Steele and
parents Dale and HasemaryBrown
kMMM shown to hr ad
VWttae wish die
her ilh .*..
Browns Sunday were' Mr. and to IM.
Mrs. Date Brown ST. et )It. Your Sewer and carrels of.
Dora. tonaoltnee were' greatly aprretated ?
at her death.

Mildred Landers and
Mr. ad Mr*. James. B. Pear-
ton and Mr. ad Mi*. Joseph AHee O'lfaeVt -

I' l.lto. fcr Th o ** Aefn
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Left to Right >t'atrdJa:: : Standing-Linda LJngold. Knight.
net Cook. Lillie Hall. Jeanne Vicky Perritt. Sharon Rouse
Higrlnbotnam. lama John Kathryn Strickland. JoAnne Attendants Mimi Gufftee. A VOTE FOR

I ton. Maria Hulas, :Nancy' Wilson Carol Townsend Celestlne Gina Seale. Paqulta Hulas,
... lane Sue Spates Susan Peterson
Har, Green Miss Bunneil High of 1967.
Broadaway. Elaine Murray. Less



Clark Flagler Beach announce
Mrs. Atkinson
Mr. and Harry -
celebrated their wedding the birth of a son Graceful and colorful fashions FLAGLER BEACH
anniversary Saturday nightat born Feb. 19 at Bunnell General forecast for Spring were

a dinner party at their Hospital. paraded at the annual benefit
He weighed seven poundsat luncheon fashion show
home Palmetto Ave.. Bun-
nelL birth and has been named Thursday at the Flagler Beach CITY ELECTION-MARCH 5th

Joining the hosts for the Benjamin Franklin. Methodist Church fellowshiphall
gala occasion were Mr. and presented by the Womans
Mrs. George Moody Herschel ATTEND MEETING Society of Christian Service.
King Dr. John Canakarts. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lenssen More than 125 attended thesocial
attended the first annual seminar fete.
Out of town guests were Mr.
of Bank Directors of
and Mrs. Gus Patterson Mr. Paper hearts and seasonal
Sid Florida at the Plaza Hotel In flowers used decorate'
and Mrs. Steve Pappas were to
Daytona Beach last week. the hall for -Valentine-" FOODOpen
KaHn Mrs. Dorothy Carter, BARNES SEA
all of Daytona Beach; Mr. theme. Table settings were
and Mrs. Bob Hulslander and LEE DUrONT HONORED provided and arranged by the Thursday Thru Sunday 5 till 10 p. IlL
Miss Georgia King; of Jack. ON BIRTHDAYLee hostesses. Delicate red and

sonvllle. Dupont celebrated his white floral arrangements WEEK
third birthday Sunday afternoon formed the centerpieces for SPECIAL THIS
ATTEND CONFERENCE the twenty-eight luncheon
at a party given by his
Mr. and Mrs. M. B Fuller parents, Mr .and Mrs. Jimmy tables. Southern Fried ChickenAll

were In Lakeland Sunday at. Dupont, at their' home Midway Mrs. William Given. WSCS
tending the Fourth District Park. Bunnell. president, was chairman of You Can Eat $1.50
Conference of State Democratic the She
The western motif was used delightful event was
committeemen and in the decorations and refreshments assisted by Mrs. Lynn Clarry,
cornmltteewomen. of cake: Ice cream who was In charge of the Roast OystersAll
and punch served to thirty show arrangements.
Invited guests. Commentator for the style You Can Eat $3.00
Lee's playmates and relatives show was Mrs. Clary.." .
Joined him for the eelrbratkm. Members, modeled fashion

able apparel from six leadingarea .. HOMEMADE BISCUITS WITH HONEY
r Mr, and )In. N. A. Connorof .
Baxley. Ga. are visiting Mrs.a Reynold classic Jloover china modeled blue FRESH SEA fOOD fRESH fiSHBONE
here with Mrs. Amorette
three piece suit; a petal pink
Wells. Irish linen casual dress; and '- STEAKS

an elegant pastel green silk
t after five original by FamesFelnsteln South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1
provided by Furch
gotts.Mrs. At Moultrie-Sign on left
Maulse McKinney was
appointed assistant Loan Ernest Prough paraded
w aro Closet chairman at the Nursing Ive/s fashions which included .
Council meeting Thursday a stylish coat-dress ensemble
r morning at the Bunnell Meth. ; an R Jk K casual In
odist Church. Mrs. McKinney brown ones with matching accessories
will assist Mrs. L H. Church ; and an exquisite NOTICENotice
chairman. gold lace dress fashioned with
Council members approvedthe gold buttons and a rolled col U hereby given that a municipal eJection -

purchase of an autoclavefor lar. will be held in the City of Bunnell Florida,
the Flagler County Health lei.... Bernie Wilson modeled
Mrs. William KinK Brown, DepartmentMrs. smart fashions from Land 'n on Tuesday, the 5th day of March: A. D. 1968,

the former Susan Jane Deen Katherine Wilson president Sea. She wore a popular red for the purpose of electing three City Commis-

has moved to Norfolk Va. presided during the white and blue linen coat.: sioners. All persons desiring to have their names
where she and her husband business meeting. dregs outfit; sporty play togs
printed the official ballot
upon as
will reside while he Is station There was a discussion on In vibrant citrus yellow cot
ed there with the United "sewage problems". ton worn with matching casual required to pay to the City Clerk of said City,

States Navy.FRIENDLY. footwear; and Vanity Fair with whom he qualifies, a filing fee of five per

CIRCLE CABBAGE BALL sleepwear.Mrs.' centum: (5**) of the annual salary of the office of

SLATED MAR. 30 Joseph Baldwin wore City Commissioner of said City on or before 12:00
PLANS BAKE SALE fashions from Carol's. She
The eighteenth annual Cabbage modeled an A-llne white pop- o'clock noon, on the 23rd day of February, A. D.
Plans for a Bake Sale were Ball sponsored by the
completed when the Friendly Country Club was slated for corn knit; a bright colored 1968.

Circle met Thursday night at Saturday. March 30 at a meeting sleeveless resort dress withmatching Notice is further given that the registration
casual accessories
the home of Mrs. Joe Kirkland Wednesday night at the ;
and Ice lace frost. books of the City of Bunnell Florida
an Apricot are nowopen
Mrs. Kenneth Herring home of Mrs. Edward Haw
was co-hostess. kins. ed peignoir set worn with gold for registration of voters to and includingthe

The bake sale will be Sat. The ball will be at the Bun slippers with rhinestone trim. 23rd day, until 12:00 o'clock noon, of Feb-
urday March 2 at 9:00 a. m. nell Civic Center from 9 p. m. Mrs. Keith Lovell appearedIn A. D. 1968.
In front of the Bunnell Post until 1 a. m. Danny High and chic apparel from Dob-
Office. Mrs. Jeff Seale, presi his popular orchestra from fay's. She wore an A-llne '*' Barbara C. Smythe, City Clerk
dent Is In charge of arrange Jacksonville: will provide the brown plaid and bone twosome City of Bunnell, Florida
ments. Proceeds from the sale music for the social event outfit; a tailored lemon-
will be used to purchase Mrs. & J. Tllton Jr. and yellow dress; and a smart
choir robes. Mrs. Sammy Bertha are In navy blue and white textured
Mrs. W. W. Deen. vice president charge of reservations. Reser knit dress.
presided The devotionalwas vations must be made by Mrs. Allen Jenklnson modeled .
presented by Miss Lu March 29. fashions provided by Linden
dUe Walker. The door prize was won by Vogue. She was attired In Flagler County Insurance
The group discussed various Mrs. Clifford Higglnbotham. a striking gold knit dress; a
other moneymaking plans to Mrs. Hawkins served delicious three-piece outfit In glowing
assist with the choir project. cake and coffee to Mrs. lime wool' designed for day or Agency Inc.
The hostesses served tempting Danny Johnston. Mrs. Tommy evening wear ,
pecan pie Ice cream" and Bertha Mrs. Otis Hunter
coffee to Mrs. Ray Mercer Mrs. Charlton Wall Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin All Forms of Insurance

Mrs. A. Thompson Mrs. Oliver Charles Cowart. Mrs. 1 tiff gin- Thompson. Long Island, :t. Y. 305 East Moody Bird.j.
Taylor Mrs. Vernon Brinson. hot ha in and Mrs. Sammy he Is a former resident of Phone 437-3171
Mrs. Robert Cook. Mrs. Jack Bertha. the Rimini section) stoppedover Bunnell, Florida 32010
Hall. Mrs. Martin )McDaniel The next meeting will be for a visit with P. A.
Mrs. Rosely Cameron Mrs.Deen in March at the home of Mrs. Zip) and Frances Edmonson UFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS
and Miss Walker Marshall Crews. last week




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Weekly Sermon JlllliiHIft FLATstudenla ATFBNfi9TA4K 5-THC flMLB TBBVNC> 7HVM. ntMAST! X. l6t

JIey. tier F. Pasterruaaeitl -
Several -... Nigro Ssiteol
M..t t:: +reshNvuILrry attended
I aMc::production Quantity aTOP
"Lawra" at WE GIVE Referred
I used to have a friend who Deland Saturday I by the ShoeString TTS e
wouW jokingly se,. "K aerie Theatre' player Price* Good
to aftytntac of wMeh 1 really. Student attending were I Thurs., Fri, Sat.
have to be proud It to my Uia Alien Stella Weaver.
.....,. VALUE ,
humility Often times we ue Pam Silvia King
jest VO describe A situation Of Ginger Miller Helene Bryan. SUPER MARKET i F.rt: 16, 17, &
wwwn we are proud oc w oe.* Terry RawUno, awry Wads STAMPS > 1968
five A Christian's life to seem- worth. Jackie Murray. Vivian 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
t..iy ,.,......1. hut k to AmeM.. Sheila Johnston. Phone 4373201Fla
net. A person can be both Elaine Skoiar. Mary Way.
proud' and humble, and Keep Sandra Harper Charlotte Grade "A"FRYERS
these two In their proper per Dodimead. Patty Meekins.;
opeetives. and chaperones Mr. and Mrs
The first beatitude refers to Webb Brooks Mrs. H. H. Murray
the poor in spirit This des and Mrs. Kenneth Her Whole. 29FRESH
settees those who are humble Ing Lb.
and contrite hi spirit, or those
who fee a deep sense of spir Weekend houseguest of Mr
itual poverty when they view and Mr*. John like North PORK (Pork Roast)
themselves' In relation to God Highway A-1-A. was Mrs
in all of his greatness. Humility Rice's son, Norman Cockmanof
to almost a lost virtuein Norfolk, Va.
today's world. Our surer BOSTON BUTT Lb. 49
oriented culture lifts up the Mature Lady wanted io
proud but often shows Ms distaste become owner of new ladies
for the humble.No shop to open soon In
one wants to be an In. BuantlL Florida. Pixie Tender SlicedBEEF
lipid character who Is spine Shops with 114 stores la S
less. However, humility is nota totes now has opening for <
disgraceful attitude but a franchise manager' In Bun LIVER 39
desirable trait. As Christians. DelL Very small Invest Lb.
let us remember the words of meat required. Writ P. O.
Jesus Chrtot. "Blessed are the Box 2*12. Tallahano.
poor In spirit for theirs Is the Flo. 32304 or call Jim Boberson. FRESH PORK Flavor Aged Choice LEAN MEATY
kingdom of heaven" Matthew m.2OU. Ccl1untu.

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lb. 5ge Lb' 5ge 3 Iba. $100



lb. 4ge Z lb.. 9ge lb. 4ge




'P g. Z Iba. 9ge SSe
Honesty -oCourtesy -o- Economy

YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE Shurfine ( teg., &. Drip)

APPRECIATEDTo 1 with pur- Lb.

COFFEE of $5.00 or food order. I 'In

the voters of Flagler Beach:

Announcing I am a candidate for the City J ar

Commission of Flagler Beach in the March 5 elec.
Limit (1) purchase of $5.00 or more food order
I am 47 years old, an Army veteran, and
have lived at Flafler Beach for the past tenye.ra.

I am married and have three sons; one
serving in the Army in Vietnam, and two are (1) with pur- 5 Lb. 29"
of $5.00 or more
students at Bunnell High School. My wife is man order Bag
agar of the Flafler Beach Elementary School ca

elected, I will do all I can to help with

the many problems of our growing city. 1 with pur- '

I would appreciate your vote on election day, ... of $5.00 or GIANT SIZE 39
March food order.



SLICED 303 Can


JUUAJviand Dining Room : (303) 303 Can (cut) GREEN

PEAS 2 cans 39e BEANS 2 Cans 35c

Cocktail LoungeREAL <
303 Can 303 Can


urrcRTAntMcirr NIGHTLY Produce
4:00 P. M. TO 2:00 A. *1. Golden Yellow
Seald Sweet 6 oz. Grade "A" JOe
4 Wvote Pasties Lb_
"N i
< FadUUeI 1A Our OUCOJfD lEACH 6 Cans.. ....... A 2 Doz........... .. SSe U.POTATOES S. Irish .
2 Private Dining Booms ACL
10 Lb. Bag 4V6
J LoPEZ Mrs. Smith Kraft Fresh Orange
677-6767 :
= Fresh

I OF FREE PARKING AT TIlE-DOOR- 3 For. ............ 1, % GaL............. 7 9A LETTUCE He.d........., ._ 21e

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Bunnell Elementary School kindergarten clause are shown >r
after a visit to the Bunnell Post Office Pictured with the daMes
are Mrs. Frances Wadsworth and Mrs. Wilda Hargett. teachers i
and Ray Mercer. Postmaster
DINKINS RUNS FOR Dinkins is a graduate of M
Stetson College of Law and
has law In Marlon '
E. Dinklns of Ocala # UP TO
formally announced his candidacy County for three and a half
for the District 13 State years. He is a member of Marion Jq
Senate. He is a 28 year old County.Florida and American 4
Ocala attorney who ran for Bar Associations. He was %
the same position two yean president of Stetson Law Student s 50
ago against Senator L. K. Edwards Bar Association and President .
and Senator B. C. of Young Democrats at
Pearce. Stetson Law College.

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elected Miss Congeniality
?h. 677-8217 17S W. Grenada
Omottd. B ach. FloridaBUNNELL

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107 N. Bay St. P. O. Boa 657 JHSt $499ONE


Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts

Most orders filled within IS working days. Now Serving
oil ones in 75 mile: rod. .! Duna n.
CALL COLLECT Day 437-5513 Night 433-2579




TONIGHT (Thursday)
Regular $3.50 Now $29

Disabled American VeteransJim

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Ik* rnyk* M rn/ ct any and all 7-1HE Pr..AaUa .,....rE 'J'IIWM..AM' M. ....

Ld11Y&L Asit.lil5f11lt4MR'I bias add wu$" any

Ito kl If you do M. DofMl maid at P04riL isin12th
T ant ..III ..UMI.dIe, .. roe .... S.r 0 I'
Wul ... der Kt. tile .il.t dasst.d N ... c .
ADVERTISINGBATE 41en A. ., 1. Tb.oN assess ., salt .,
., ssaETAg ; Plerbr. laapse tsrI w F1yl.rt .
o. R..... Msro5d ...-11. .I..rda .
Th r. p ( I. A.J 1IL" N(1RCEWITIe

11; N ..r a -. HrINd J: ...... C. ssytbs.(7.k eM) )*Road* Ui and. nralf of I 1OBOHOK M M4MH>rrok. t'1.rk
.T11' PURtilMta liar _wM Onurt I ajr is a 22tt.5..MYALAiifMRv.'
\I"I tI) 811 A N I' A leN
t'3MSPT 11.\1) 5ATATIR A.TI".T .. __1' Il5 Ni'
You and each of yon are kennutlSed -- hark ., MM ClrettltitiNt
BATE-*c rr wwi" MtaMMHp to, end r..Ulrod U* tt. HoMlt.HAT VWMated 1114/4 Plat Well INK Iwo SV 5.4.En
..... nSCmC ...... 'I.... ..11) ..1_ and demand wktchuu. kids will br received /atal sal. ;

) or eltkei of you may knve tk. .... of the r'tt r ftork oftk tN5/ JilM K. Harvoyt UN r'41MLM.' r.L4
'..'not .... eotnt .. tk. onto. Oty ., .....ii. Florida tmtk lopety < .rkl m'.
.nte47 drab r
; > Won T. K. MCKNIGHT.uunty _
Clvt fMrtMP Hulldln* until .k. SS. ... Mar 14.40LIWII.
arias Installed; a 14t. Ret* ...... of riacter I'.... 4 S** P. J*. on ... 11th day of Tt ci IIIWAJU: 04....,.

Mil t4MlL. lieedegabie ....... !II.HUIM at* to hi*...:..feea. '.t. L'b11rt wltkn *""-. A. D. .... for two (I) AD5NIITtsMHST Plaintiff
notinr tank and -
Call George JMQ.Z, 44Vf.344e .!. ralondnr montn* from .... t. illao PATRIt'lA Aff8! oAMurrr.urt .
time of the trot .MM** mmtnelod. regular gaa .4154 '
puMlMtlM of NMRTq: of...
8.1.tfP'Ott thl sour*. Kark claim or demand ...... ...-.- shall b* .J or H'rJrlt-a" fit' M TM K W LIT
-.w.. kkjti .o*. gas lortan .Mottoi to koroky given that *
must Na wrlttoc nnduntaln IN TM* MAWI OF TMI .,41_
SALE-dO Je..lowl witvdow the place of riMimii ........ ..... fc .T or snore.. tko SnaMl ., c".u.tyrtMUM l7 ra M or rtUMIIDATO .
and pool ...c* addreM of t... ,... ...t Nw y Duty Stlukrlannt of rtacter CMMMJT. rMe : fATlUCIA AMIMi UA-
*. J6.00 each. Cabinet for 'I.t..., and muot k* .w.m to te.igilte o/s. ......... par Ida will rSe e alod kM; wIII
sink $T.oo; R. c. A. TV Gsntole :> the 'Mlmnnt. kto a,*eat or *.*. .ur.1..l rt_... _. t A. N51rmsra Iftavrk 4. IH*. Ml
rlee4s work $10.eo. ."**, or th. ****. .**** b. ......... nMl ft* Z dtl. it :kC ILJt:
Large \.141. AN PH.* kII br firm for tk. A
Magic' Chef OU Mea..r.Tlllte ..eo. Amy p. n,.....lll duration o* ... .onir rt period t'e.sly c..rta.- Res ell.lrbrid. Pit ,Ita t Mn.aintvnroo
heater J10.00 3 *. 811fl''r' of MMetatf Hark bed .*..! b. ...,....... .. .* the foil*win* MMot ka kern aid
; pfeee rk. 22. It. Mar T. I4.-4U ,. th* ,*lty (-.-<.,.......-.... I' OU.a ..asS.rl ..... Mid you are :t* wire
sectional Irvine worn suite. TM. .u.aM. Florida.'esnswaMrOa .* \ [Ja M M.y of your wrMbM .ifen.M
2000. Phone .' ..1. .* rrwe'"* Tko deselis. .to to koto suM leesid no If any, to It ..... Oft......ri. niJUILLJWP1K.
LEGAL ADiBfUTItBlliCTTUTHK sod whore It .. and to :. attorney for '
JIlL 11 TTC ant Hit*.. .. tk. north section of reek pit tiff. who. ....*.. I* SSIQMMway. .
elf ..... I".
\ ti. IATHkThiqTO N.. Smym.
Mi .its"f1-- .
,.... cutI.
MAN OR WOMAN wanted to ..I..L' .: 'OHI''UH'Tlu,. tfc. .. ',... Poa/d -..... tko.rt.M.M FfarMa with t...and clerk to Me of the tkjentyted

supply lUwWgh Preduds to Sot," to hereby -tven rods tko iMort ut .... t MMMyMtoy court on or bole. tk.
the provloion* of Aertlon' ...M. wuTl-Ueg .K brad sad ..LFrsl.sal require. to rvjvrt any or Marrk. I'M.
consumers In flagkr Cewrtx Mlordattat.te... the rrpo a- tW Nit daq 01 hbroW. jgTkd. and to ..... any MIn 'I'-= hand nmi coal

or NE VoiiMia County. Geed ,... I...... below, th* .... .*- A. D. I.... W4tII _I.... of MM un ttaln INS day
InMrporatod h1R.rIbS.. R. ''' '. liayar Oa4od at VkMknoll. n.rhkt. ....
under of
the law February IMI. A, PLOtBOMrK
time to Mart No expctlence ..f rtortda sad accordtn* ta tk* ......'1. ..,..... Itth Ayr of rokrwory 1504. M MOOOT.A

or investment necessary.' See re<-ors. of tk. Florida A ri:1r I'. ft OtWART. tthsM.vOsard 'Trk 01 tk* Cyjmtt Court

or write Peter Rannusaen. 330M. ,.0.......... web corp..atton / < rkFH f *.mytbe. iltrSh ntooiora vf of c.'r t'.wrale-<*only.rtortd Myw/ Julia K ****
Arlington Aw. Defend or .appear ir delinauent for onet> >. .|.... Mar f...-.,,- /MiIAL
more alia ofreport
rpaymst : rueb U-M-St Jot.r4.+.
write Raw leldh Dept. FT360- sad of late uflnSnte ... MOOOY. '*wrky

S15. Memphis, Tenn. ...*.r in* rO....... of tWtloaat LEGAL ADYF.RTEMSATiIEyl'E'T .b.. II ss. i" -stc LEIAL Alit'iiiTini1iiiiTIT
'". Plaids ...,..,.... and that _
118. 2-1 15. 29. 3 7. 51p. KOIl Mll>.. "oR .
.... tn. pro talon. of .N He- LKUAi. AUtKHTIsKMBlIT 'I'''.: ( IH4'I IT <01 HT ...'
,... '"H. Florida $..,...... .... ri Ht IIA.K or TIMBKH rtLAULKH tOt "T', .KtUlH
FOR SALE Three lets I located .-orporatlon ka been classed n* Sol to hereby flven that tbmltaard .: t"T roil Hlll.. r'OH III*

near school Paved street object to .......t... and lint *f Countrommtvotonor* "HULnt: In lose Xo _
Nati 150) nfter d.4 of IWpvMkalt.a of Fta lr (Count. Florida will Notice to hereby ilTon that 1)UfK'fMY' l..IUft'INE MoM.MY
on Lemon and Lambert. Contact *urh rorporatkMi Mt- reoelv sealed) Mo* on or beforeMarrn ... Awrd of rowdy is. ni t4.- Plaintiff
Mrs. Lake Well Phone ... ...' **. not In U.. nMwntlmo .. INS .t the hour of ....r* of Yta.ler ,'-.,. nrMa. ...
rtled? It. report die sod S.MX M, to tho o4 .* of th* will .......,. 5.51.4 ...... two JOHN TKKhKU.Uefeextanl. MOMMY
437-3397 Feb. t.8.1S.2Z-41e paldth* tJM* due undervl ... .... Tork *T the ClmH Court In lbs til t M A. lt. March 4. INS, + .
.....* of ........ ....... .........a Flakier O u4r OntrthouM. foeFwf : 1t lb. offlr .f the Clerk ofClnult \{..TH .: TII nirHnTHK
REAL ESTATE WA.V1"D-- 1..'11..... will. be e.rt..... Isb.. +h**. and rMval ., timber the. Courta ,...PII-.r.: PRATE or rUMimA. T8:
(Ivor i.r 01 he Btat of PII rih. ......4 'a aln .......... .. t'ou"ly t'ourthouoe.Ma. JOHN TKItRKLL. MoSCBT
Immediate' cash. Have Immediate who will leu n Proclamation. area* .t the nailer County ...... for the follow big ......... Ill Currl Street

cash buyer fer reasonably ., that time ..**....... MMorporatlon. Airport property.Porch. most.1a. ...*..h..r... (looriln
.' ... kM phouid k* Mt4by /t cu ,d. draclMt mounton You are hereby no tdad tn4UK e
priced large acreage ef .. !. wheel track to mtfotUwln ha been Sled against youin
farm or timberland. Call or Fla.ler ('ously.Bwsn.ll tko spprsaltgajely' to bbesow thou ......"'-Ieft.. th* above entitled *auee; aAd
1.tH'th $1.151.50Th
811........ ...... .o..n) U New draglMi properly mount- you are rod tynmr
write J. G. Lassetter. Tallahassee Hoard revert. tk right ad, complete and ready for uow anwr with In* Clerk *(
Realty Co. P. O. Box It I* further Hrerfed that as the lnt* .*ts of the County a crane carrier or a* termedb ..... Otfrt. and to ..".. a othereof '
espy of Ibis ....... be puMtoKedne mar regttfr.. to t+trt tar and some manufacturer. n truck upon th* pUltitlffpiaintur .,
1333, Tallahassee Florida. nuns in the Bunne4t-KU...r nil ...... and to waive say fs- attorney whose nm
Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22--4tc Tribune a newspaper ptibHchrd formalltlra In w,.. rwlT*... Rated rapacity a. Indicatedb and address I*:
in "" ,,_n. ........... In which Dal Hl at nuno.ll. norMa ttttt manufacturer. n..d.r4f' J A M NII H TUCK Met
county the horn. affto. of ' 11th day of F'.fer *rr. A. D. .Nt. 'd literature shall b* not P. O. IOB Slttunnell.
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS .. Inked corporation !I. shown r .... COWAUT Chairman than Hi( ton ,..un.c.- Florida
LEFT UNCLAIMED to he loratedIS Hoard of CMatr Comm4 at It ft. radlua. ralod by net later' than March s. A. I).
: WITVKDM WHBHBOF. I .n.r. of KlaKtor c........ Power (Cran and Mto.*l ItH.
SEWING MACHINES We have hereunto set hand and n.rMa. Association at toUt .... than 1% If you fall to do .*. tr'.a.t
Diil-O-Matlc ZigZags .ed the sty ton crane I' C8A I.-.. Upper will k* entered against you
have 2, 1968 < u treat Aral of the :c
b cmnbtnalton dragMnerUmihell tk relief demanded In lb.
OBolloil1 machine to *
that have never been us Wale *f Florida, t* be ...... at M ...OOfClerk of J/1 cubic yard wf rowplalnl The natters of sa.M
TaHaha_, the Captt*!. Iota the Feb. St slid M..He oM larger rapacityTh stilt befna for
ed.' They were Christmas layaways 2 day of February. X D IM4.M3AL upper work will ,_t. 1)1.OftCtJVITSN8M

never picked up customers < ) LEGAL ADYERT1snxa.'rrlY. : Mt degree continuously at a \ my hand and seal
left area. You can Florida Hrvenue I'ommlMlon. wing peed of I or mare RPM at said Court this Sih day of
.. J.M1.IK"tllab". IHrertorFeb. Gilt "m.'CT have these machines for the 3t, Itr FI.A1a.tat'Ol'rT1. KM>H|. more content roller. All OttOftOR M. WOODY
balance of $47.00 each. Cash 114 boring surfaces IMI the turn. Clerk of Mid Clrrult CourtCOftkIal
k hardened for seal
ttbl baM shall )
I. Co* :\ sut
or terms. Phone COLLECT LEGAL .AD1'ItRTlIE.ltllfT ..RRY'UNNINGHAK tear. life Th turntable gear By' /W/ Julia R Harvey
353-1M6 will have marhln-cut teeth be Deputy Clerk<<
Jacksonville any R.:'" K"T roil HID llalnlirrjirnr bolted Into th* turntable baM Peo. .. It. SS and St. Ito
time. Ask for Credit Manager., ........ ..... will ke received Inth KAT"CONMNOHAMDefendant and permit remounting In rebated '.!G.&L AD"F.KT'.I'.I:
oStr ., th. Otr Clerk of poeltlon *eMMM Ihk* bbedeslrabi.
Will deliver, no obligation.Feb. th* 'tty of Bvnnell. ........... Nithe to eauallae wear Ir Tilt CIHC1IT CllfMT Foil
L 8, IS. 22. 2Ste t'lvt Ornter BuMdMir, until OTirK TM ur.rr.u) A boom hoist shall ""..... for ri."ULKH <'411T\. KMIRIIIA
4 St P M. on th 4th day of THK KTATK OF IOORIDX TO: raising the boom with power ('U IL ACTION<< HO. MlRonetrr
WAITRESS WANTEDApplyat Maren. A I) INS for furnlhlac JTI>r KAY CUNNINGHAM and prer4ton lowering under c. mu
matertat and labor for pavlac IT4 1'rodera No. 2 e. jln' power' Plaintiff
Malphurs Restaurant. th. fo......* ." with M."t talr. CaltfarBla A fully enclosed cab ahall
Phone .c3T.3111 Feb. 8 TF aepnalt You are hereby n.lia.. lk u. A.*.... from Chapel ...It ka. ben lied against you opratln : gla.s hall berasunt.d ttefendani.AIIK .
t" fVah fHreetIV In th. above .ntttlf4 cause: and front window ...:.. !rTKK: OrHI IT
furnished *.n street from Boo* .. you are hereby r4k).lrt>d to 1H. hall .U,. ,. track tan 0 TU: IIL.4NA111.1.., whow H.t
FOR RENT -3 room .anal your answer with tho d rk of open pottk provided wMhIn known redden I.:

apartment with garage. Flag- The material and application tll... f..r.. and to avrvo a copy the cab. Meat will include bark IMS last Mth WreetHrvoklyn.

ler Beach $-10.00 per month "hall comply. required with inlalnwm.pecA.tlona ky the thereof upon lh. plaintiff or' foam real. rubber cushion and YOU A HE I HB rkNOTI..

includes water and electric. Mat Road Department *urfarlDK plalntirr attorney whoco name All .haft. In the power train FIHI that an amended actionfor
secondary road and and addrvao: will operate on antl.friction diverts haa been tiled a*
Phone 4392528. Ite treeti. Copies of peoiflraUon ('harl.a J l .1:1
2N.rth HM..wood AvenwDaytona machin.out *- ,.
b obtan4ed at th. ".a'. tram serve a ropy ut your writtendefenaea.
may aw.... Florida steel frln...
BREEZE NURSERY Road Department In Delano.Fterlda. teeth from If any to It on Law
later than Marrh IS A. D. will b treated
not toss *h.'h Fence W Horn, ptalntlfr* attorney. -
Let us help beautify Flagler The illy '*omml.ek>n r*.erve* ,".. Holler chain .. engine whooo address I* Ill
variety of evergreens -- and vear In mato power trainto North lUllfmi Avenue 1'. (). tto*
County. Large hoist drum and horizontal. SSI 7. Itaytonn Heath Florida.
palms, hedge plants. wine haft will run In ail Inenrluaed a id IM. th* original with th*
5H miles S of Bunnrtl on rae A brake will b* Clerk of the above-dried Courton
provided to lark the upper or before the Uth day of
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tic NOTICE work In any routed poltten.Ioltlv March tU: otherwise a udg--
lock will b* providedto vent may bo entered against

2-Cub Scout uniforms. Neck Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Florida secure this hoist drum. for you for th. relief demanded
safety when Idle or transportIn th* amended complaint or Pstill.
sizes 11 and 11* with caps Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the Control lever* hall pro- ...
Full size cotton vhle map-In clutch feature that WTTNBfW my hand and tho
$1.25 each. Lessee
1967 Legislature, each property Owner can b* adjusted to operator -a of Mid 'ourt on February

mattress $230 up. If'f''Y'aFum1tIJI'e. Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessmentshall preferenr to nap-ln or not. II 1111.
Old OWe Highway. or Power unit t* k* Industrialmulticylinder <1E )ROR M. MOODY
fill out a prescribed form. a* Clerk of said Court
437- ,
2 ml. S. of Korona. Phone or not leM than OKKIC1AU REAL

:3752. Feb. 22 tic This application pertaining to Florida Stat ItPM and 2U ruble inches dis /H/ Oeorg M Moody
placement. Th power unit hall Fen. U-Il-lt A ".r. 1-4t
utes 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricultural bo fully equipped with It volt
FOR SALE-Attractive 70x130ft and sell itartla. nenerater, oil bath LtGAL ADVERTi5EXKSTN
lot with scenic view Located Zoning for Tax Aueument purposes air cleaner, oil filter and other
TIIR 1'1 HI I'IT roi'RT or
the Zoning for land standard sce..or.s.Tb.
has to County
on Lehlgh Road in Venice no draglln hall k* properly ....(.UR COUNTY FLOH.Ill -

Beach. Phone use. mounted on n rran carrier *
Park Flagler
conforming to the followingperlDratlon In ('.*. V* Ire
439.2483 Mrs. Alice Dillen. Property owner must file this applicationeach .. JITJAN U ALFORO.

Feb. 22 Itp. between Mi Wheel Drlv with frontdriving1 Ilalntlff
the Tax
year to County ail having rated rapacity .
HELPWANTED January first and April first so that the County of not I... than net I be. JOB ANy ALTORD..
MALE OR and tandam rear a.le* with Defendant
For cafeteria' line Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application rated rapacity of not less than jion" TO Dcrcvo
20011 lbs. TUB 8TATC Or FU>HIOA. TO:
help and kitchen help Mom- for Agricultural classification. I'ower aalt halt no ....ltI.C'UII..r JOB ANN AL.FORO

shifts. ApplyMr. gasoline ..cln* with 1124 Troop mrtAuruita.
ing or 1-95 Application forms are available at Tax AtelelSOr' not lee than SIS cubic Inch* Georgia
Robey Holiday Inn displacement and rated IIS IL P. You are hereby notlfled that
and US 1 10 mL S. of BunnelL Office. at S4M nPILT..n..t.n a cult ha boon ... against you
DONALD R. MOORE will provide ATOpeod In th* above entitled cau*.: and
Feb. 22 *. dual ran*., giving .1 yu are hereby required to HI.
Tax AssessorNOTICE speeds forward and S speeds ro- your answer with tho Clark of
FOR SALE-32-33 in x 35 in. verso. thin Court and to ervo a copyth.roof
Tire will ho ten tin ':H upon tk* plaintiff or

cedar chest with beautiful veneered I M. 1e ply or larper.Attachment plaintiff attorney whose .....
carving on front. 301 t* b* suppliedwill and address !.:
Incrud J*' boom with !.' JAMH8 1C TUCKER
East Moody Blvd.2222tp. Insert to provide. M' hose T.... wood Avenu
opine boom bark ....... safety DaytonahR.ech,Florid*
FOR SALE-32 23 In x 35 in. boom hoist derlutchhiadevlr*. not later than March S A. D."Is. ,

half-door jalousies. Houslar i suitabl'i If. you fall t* do so, Defaultwill

Authority of the Countv of Notice is hereby given that the office of Supervisor operation .....".. revolvlncfair h* entered against Poe fr
300 Sooth Florida will '..... and all nece* aryenbte U.. relief >m aded In tn* bfi
nagler. Florida. of Elections, Flagler County and attncbment for too of cwmplalat Th suture t *aM

Bacher St. Feb. 22-29-21C be open for registration of voters beginning with clamahav and dra Md ahould ala Include ono S/S DIVORCE
March 7 through April 6, 1968 from 8:30 a. m. ruble yard draclln bucket, per WIT SA5 my band and soul
and Saturdays foraled. with teetk.Th nf Mid Court this |*t day .(
O. F. ALFORD until 4:30 p. m. Monday thru Friday, Hoard want tho kid to Pvbruarr A. i). lt.l.ttX .
8:30 until 12 noon. k* with and without trad ofllantam ( >UQK U. MOODY.
n.ytit.,.d a. m. Drnglln.. Clerk of Mid CfrvultOAtal

Mary E. Smith Th Hoard reserves th. right.a l3lwrt
Broker tk* interests of tko Countymay ( %Jolla
Real Estate Supervisor of Elections require t* reject any or r:: R Harv.Tput
SR bids and .. <<
BmuuIL nod& formalltle* In tW.I:1. .t.Iura.. std If. "a.CLASSIFIED .


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g- : fLAOLXB Tim THVM. FBM AH M. MMBUNNELL year ay esse tastes..tUfc a* BULLDOGS STOP BOdFN4H.ID ore
an.4thi wet assent
over St AngMltee D. A B. ..... BT &ATa.r
..1.. 1s place these In ttw the ......W tile fowtfcton. soaring ....... leek a 38-4i victory High lehoi -
.Mal..... Wahy. I.eMea and fwar over Baldwin Aare Friday scoring. BBBftfed gasrke Nt the
W- the final scare was
lAM Janos cock sosead 18 night to knack Baldwin ort h"MII Brlidsgs Mk .
,.... This a Clay mare high_win Mil by high 58 to Girls 4ft. of trot place In 54. Mm RtwrCofth'fIf MIld 74... The lestgeariet

Friday night, Btuwell girts the ......*-.. Champions of Champfsrehip.Boapl score was 94-11 lafavor
lad the peat gweterby .,
and ha* timeis
met their aid Mal .Taylor the St Jiihaa liver Qsner-
10.. and eonttawed to widen .
the score was Breeaol
high et Trsort. whoa theydrapod once.
RUNNER UP FORCHAMPIONSHIP the margin of win until scored 2T points in the loath
eIeee ., .
by a a snore w.w.c the All 7tiwnantrt
je toot quarter.This .
... The Btmnell. had quarter.
+t Thaw were Jeanne MiffRtioy game gives Bmtnetl M
Higi scorers for IhIAH&I
15 lead at the half.
point ginbothawi H4 Lola JoMH. .
wins to 4 losses l In the confereee
' Larry Johnsen 38 aM
The Btknneii High School High scorers were Jones 11: London made the second were :
and a 15-7 wici los re
lobby Nelson 17
; Girl Cagen won second place London 15; Hargett, 11; and tea-_ cord for the season. Father Lopez -

In the NortfeeaM Florida Girls Htfga* 1.s.tYnlay. The townament concluded now holds the lead forconference lOTS BASKETBALL
Conference Champ4onhip night the Bunnell the girls schedule for this sea championship.
played In St. AufuaUne this Cages met Clay High girls in son. They had a record of 15 High scorers for the game TOURNAMENT FOSTTONED
last weekend. championship finals. The day wins to 4 losses Three of the were Joe Bumham. 12; Bobby Class B Tournament Khf'd.
jn Thunday evening the High his had defeated Bun- losses were to Clay High of Nelson, 13; Larry Johnson. tiled to begin today at Father
Bann M girls took H eaay win neil eager twice dorta the Green Cove Spring 11; and Ray Krutz. 11. Lopez Is postponed.
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