The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 29, 1968
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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ANNOUNCED huts Stella F. Cttly. Set
Day of Prayer' will TECHNICAL SURVEY
8YMe ideal
Palm Street
The Board of Director of Dr. John M Canakari. Chief be observed in Flagier County
representaMr* of Liberty National H. L. McCauslift ST.. Area
General ,
Flatter Chamber of Commerce of Staff of Bunneil
Friday at a special
Insurance Oa has been
met in a called meeting Hospital, has announced a service at St Stephens Consultant for State Depart-
Tuesday with Lewis large expansion program for named Honor Agent of the Rteflft Ol EQtKMItlOflt. Will head
Catholic Church In INftnA 41
company for Hhsurenee sales < team that will make a survey
Wadsworth presiding. Directors the hospital. The addition Includes Other churches participating a
present' were John Canakaris. rooms for 26 beds Intensive and service. of Flagler County en
In the Hie
The award Is the .hidtiesttatfve program are March' 5 and 6 to determineif .
Lee Ora'". P. A. Ed care unit with 4 beds First Methodist Churches ofoufMeil
meson Tom Lensaen, R. L operating room and a large company heMr a represen and Flagier Beach: there to a need for a vocationaltechnical

MeNab and Mm A. Ctegg and surgical supply and steririsation can achieve and is First Baptist Churches ofBunnell school<< program

Chamber Secretary Al Jones' room with the latest made each quarter The selection and Beach here.
.is based the recordof ;
: on .
"Tjpon motion of Dr. Canak- equipment Community Memorial Superintendent Coy G. Norris
service to holders
This will Increase the hospital policy Mated that the need for a
aria a resolution was adopted and sale of Me Insurance during Church of Flagler Beach St.
commending the Flagier to 60 beds. Dr. Caaakarts that Mrs. Mary's Korooa and FlgerBeaeh vocational program. had been
period. Oaufey's
teachers! for being 100 per added that a :% bed extended safes. totaled ......89.MPa. Catholic Chapel. according discussed by the School Board
cent present in all Flakier care unit la ta the has been to Mrs. Clarence Me- last year and that he had

School during the walkout planning ...... for Caufey the for an ..... pogram ........ Assist.lug made a request to the State
agent company
called by the FEA. It was The new addition wilt adi&hl Since with the program will be Department of Education to
nearly four 'MIS. being
Mated that it had not been the present hospital I with tM company aM has the .V. Father Rlhnesuk and consider eatabtfefclag arch a

easy for the l local teachers to structure on the north side. It qualified for the Torch Club the Rev. Father Leon. school program here.

refuse to support the ...t-e. will include 9000( square feet Club The theme will be ".., The survey will Include a
four times, the Leaden
wwelok.ey.t ad the teachers with a fiat roof and a brick twice and .has double qualified One AflOtntr'S Burdens" AIMS study of the present school

should be I Informed that design to conform with thepresent in 1906. She was the Hen- will be presented by Mrs. B. program to see what Is being

the people of Flagler County architectural design. or Student or to 79th New N. Hoover, Mrs. R G. Hoose. offered MudeMs. The team

appreciate their loyalty to the Craig Gehlert. AlA Daytona. Agents School. hM been Hotter Mrs. Lee Blakeiy. Mrs. O. F. will make a survey of oetu-
local schools. Alferd. Mrs. E.of.. Hale Mrs. pet..1 lntereetts &t studentsIn
is the: architect for the expansion Agent three times and was
The Board agreed" to let a program. He is receiving District Leader 1965-66. She H. T. Shill, Mrs. V. W. Haines grades 7 thru 12.

date to Invite State Senator bids this week. The aim earned the National Salestaehievement Mrs. C. B. King Mrs. WHWam The survey team will review

Richard B. Stone to address plans have been approved by Award In 1965. Givens and Mrs. Frank Brede. the existing" facilities In

the Chamber and general pub. Florida State Board of JIM 141\. Mrs. C. A. Barrow will be buildings and equipment to

lie come time during late The new units will be ear- INJURED IN oraniat Mrs. Berate Wilson determine what present' facilities .

March or early April. The prted throughout. Two large AUTO ACCIDENT will be soloist and will beaeceimpenled I could be used and what

Chamber is interested In hearing private rooms with' private )(fS. Earl Breccc, 108 Palm by Mm H. Bish would be needed.In .

directly from a big county baths and color TV will be included Circle. Fusser Beach, was" Injured op. Everyone .la Invited to discussing the proposed

legislator what, plans theLegislature In the new addition. Sunday morning In an attend program" with' School Supervisor -

may have in mind The ICU Mill, have closed circuit auto accident neat the Vo Walter S.. Morris, we

for the future of small coun TV to be monitored at luNa County line on 1-96. BEACH LIONS VISIT learned that federal funds are t

ties. Senator Stone is from Mi nursing station A car driven bf I Horace available for salaries of technical ,

ami. Dr. Canakaris said that thehospital Baits, Brunswick. Oa struck BUNNELL CLUB teachers, equipment' and

The Chamber Board heard had recently addedan the rear of Mrs. Breeee's 1966compact Bunnell Liens Club president buildings for approved' technical

a report from SuperintendentCoy I Image Intensifier and TV car, causing It to P. A. Edmonaon extended schools. Such coursesas

G. Harris on the proposed fluoroscope with a 90 second turn over several "... a greeting to eleven members business office training,

vocational-technical education developer In the X-Ray Depar&neat. Mrs. Brecce' wa*....admitted of the Flagler Beach hospital technicians, food

, program planned for This department Is to Bunneil G*e< PHo pUalTor Lions Qlub attending|fee Bun- services and salespersons
Flagler County. Harris outlined leeaded'by Dr Reberrl Arnv. treatment" of facial cuts neil lUBeheen-meeWKg Tues. would be made atfaflable I

the survey plans and as. and possible neck Injuries.. day. Bdmonson introduced thru a technical program.Mr. .

asked the cooperation of the Beach Lions president Fteyd Morris stated further
Chamber. The Beard of DIn"('. who
Collins spoke briefly on that the present school program
tors voted to co-sponsor the LOCAL FORD DEALER the newly organised dubs is geared for the academic -

program with the School SPONSORS RACE ENTRY }ftagler County's 4.3AQ acre plans.It program with emphasis

Board. After leading for 17 laps Irish potato crop Is reportedto was announced the. president on college" preparatory"

in the Daytona "500" race have been heavily damaged of Marco Polo Inc. wouldbe work, It does not meet the

Sunday the Bunnell Motor as the result of the cold the guest speaker at the needs' of the many students

APPOINTED TO Company entry wrecked' and weather experienced here the March meeting who drop out of high school

HOUSING AUTHORITY was put out of the race past several days. The temperatures Dr. Ben Lacy was introduced and college or who do not

Mario Andretti. driving entry remained in the as a guest silted Atkinson plan to go to college. A vocationaltechnical

Secretary of State Tom No. 11. had just made a high 20s far several hours was also a guest. program

Adams announced the commissioning pit stop and started back In causing extensive damage to would give these students a

of Gary D. Holland the 166th lap when the actcident practically all potato fields In BUNNELL CITY basic background thru which

Bunnell, as a memberof occurred. the county. they would' be Immediately

the Flagler County Housing Andretti was the winner of Some farmers reported COMMISSIONOPENS employed in society.

Authority. last year's 500 race. slight damage and others severe BIDSThe The Flagler Chamber of

Holland replaces Walter Pictures of Andrettl and leaf-tip burn on the Commerce Board of Directorshas

Creel whose term expiredDec. the local Ford entry were plants. regular meeting of the endorsed this program

1C. 1967.BEACH used nationwide in racing The hardy cabbage plants Bunnell City Commission was and offers to work In dose

stories. were not damagedThe held Monday February 20 cooperation with the school

plant damage is expected with all commissioners pres
VIEW people In seeing that a profitable
to delay the harvest
Is developed.Next
FILMThe Ing about 2 or 3 weeks<< according from Greens Fuel and
to County Agent Don Stuart's LP Gas were openedand
Beach Lions "Services that are availableto conduct a survey to determine
Flagler read. Motion was made
dub met for their regular the public through the BEACH CANDIDATES and carried to accept the bid the occupational training
County Agent's Office was interests of adults In Flagler!'
dinner meeting Monday night ADDRESS TAX PAYERS of Stuart's LP Gas.
Restaurant.The County Agent Don Jordan County. Copies of the questionnaire
at Ocean Spray Candidates for City Commissioner The mayor announced that
when he spoke at will be sent hometo
program was presentedby at Flagler Beach new table services had been
the Senior Citizen the by the students.
Flagler parents
Al Zamba. announcer at were the guest speakers at the purchased for the civic center
Club's meeting Tuesday night Also The Flagler Tribune
Marineland. He showed a cola Flagler Beach Taxpayers Association kitchen.
"How Fish Swim" Feb. 20 at the Flagler J Beach will publish a copy of the
fllm on meeting Monday The following election
which had many exotic scenesof Municipal Building. night Candidates Rufus Miller board was appointed to serve questionnaire which' can be
Jordan told the group ad. clipped out and returned
marine life. Max Porte and Les Waterman March 5th In the city election:
The Lions Club has undertaken vice on the following servicescould addressed' the group. Bea White, derk. Amorette
be obtained: Fertilization
as one of their projectsthe It was announced there wasa Wells Geneva Rodgers and CANDIDATESOUALIFY

collection of used eyeglass and propagation of plants balance due on attorney'sfees Jenny Green as Inspectors.The .
and trees soil testing and FOR
frames with or without ; for the Injunction and dty decided to call for

lenses. Floyd Collins Is printed bulletins with various Information legal costs of the dty park. bids returnable on March 18 ELECTIONSCandidates
chairman of this project. The The group discussed an auction for gasoline, diesel fuel kerosene
frames can be left at the pier subjcts.such as making a will and anyone who has and lubricants used by qualified to run I

as a collection center. Later and pest control were also articles to donate Is asked to dty vehicles. Bids were called in the Bunnell City Commission .

the frames will be sent. to available contact Mrs. Goodwin or Mrs.Dlckenson. for paving two blocks of election 1 March 5 are Incumbents .

South America for use there. It was announced the club 439-2190 and 439- soil cemented road near the Martin (Bo) Me-
will not meet March S as and Shelton
2509. Bunnell Housing Project. Daniel O. K. Herr -
the hall will be in use as Barber. Also seeking commission
blocks were Inadvertently
These two
LEGION PLANS polling place. The next
a left out of the seats will be Hubert
MR. HOLDEN'SMiss paving
next meeting was scheduledfor and Levi Brannam.Up .
hUlCft' .
done the
DINNER MEETING project to be by
March: 19.IfOUP. i for election are threescats .
Flagler Post No. 115 met The discussed the A State Road Department on the 5-man commis I

Monday Feb. 19 and made possibility of getting some. Myrueliolden 81, sion.

plans for a dinner meeting to one from the State's traffic pioneer resident of Palatka. TIDE TABLE seeking
I Seven candidates are *
be held at the Civic Centeron division to conduct classes on died Wednesday Feb. 21 at a For the I
LOW the two seats on
Monday J.1ard119tJL District the new' traffic laws and reg Palatka. hospitaL She was the HIGH
A.M. PAL AAL P.M. Flagler Beach City Commis
sister of Tom E. Holden. Bun. Day
Commander Cora Buck ulations. It was reported at
3:06 sion. Candidates having qualified
29 9:12 9:30 2i2 :
lea presided in the absence of least thirty persons must enroll nelL
Incumbent Floyd
3:24 3:42 are
Miss Holden was retired 1 9:48 10:12
Commander Levi Brannam. It for the course In orderto
obtain instructor. from the Post Office where 2 10:24: 10:42 4:00 4:12: Collins; Max Porte Keene
decided that Miss an
was for 3 11:00 11:24: 4:42 4:43 Gumee. Robert A. Law, Rufus -
Harris runner-up In There were 62 members and she had been employed
than 30 She was 4 11:36 11:59 5:18 5:24 M. Miller' Les Watermanand
District Oratorical Contest guests attending the dinner- more years.
Chuck) Mlssln-
Charles (
12:06 12:12 6:06 6:06
of 6C Marks Epis
would be Invited as guest meeting according to Walter a member
speaker. Creal. publicity chairman. copal Church. 6 12:48 1:00 6:54 7:00 nee ,



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the least Florida has unusual H.
My a very governor
U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING
has courage! --he will enter a face to face confrontation with
Stoktey Carm+ehaei at a Jacksonville SPite rally. He will walk
onto the platform with 5000 embattled Dad teacher lb. 79

He i* politically amart. Three time he has outmanuvered a
predominantly Democratic legMature. Though little has been

done to combat crime "on the streets" his "Waekenhut cops" U. S. D. A. CHOICE
have put fear into the political lives of meat Democratic officeholders :
in the state and kept them "on the ball",

New he' has manuvered' the FCA and some 35.000 striking RIB STEAKS Ib1 89

teachers Into giving him free nationwide publicity that could
conceivably give him the vice-presidential nomination on the
Republican ticket Lean Western "CHOICE BEEF"

While I will admit I did not vote for Governor Kirk. I do
recognize unusual qualities In the man. What governor of Fior
lb. 49
Ida could have made wholesale attack on able cabinet members ,

could have charged his European honeymoon to the state,
could have hired a New York speech writer out of state funds
and could spend a week touring California while the legislature -
was In emergency session and a teacher crisis broke, and Lean Western Streak O'Lean
still gain political prominence
The only answer is: Governor Kirk. He was elected 1 decisively PORK STEAKS WHITE BACONlb.
by the people of Florida because he said he was "conservative"
he could make Florida first and he would veto any
new taxes. These things probably appeal to the voter even more 49C 39C
today than" the 1966 election.In .
the education crisis Florida, with the highest teacher
salary bill in the south, will be the loser. We will lose thousands Fresh Florida Grade "A" D o. D (/4-2i/t lb. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER

of good teachers. We will lose in national prestige. We

will lose pott"Rtiallndustrles and payrolls and taxes coming into *
the state. lb. 33
Our children will lose.
Our teachers will lose. The FEA has lost professional statusto
become a union. Governor Kirk says so. Thru the FEA they
have created the ill will of legislature and school boards and

parents and most of all the taxpayers. Getting a school bond BRISKET STEW-TURKEY $ 00

issue passed by the voter now would be like "pulling horseteeth" I WINGS-SMOKED HAM HOCKSLb... I J
They have defied the courts.
But the governor wins! lie has stood up against the FEA;
kept the schools open; protected the taxpayer and gained a national
reputation as a Governor of Action. And, It is conceivablethat La Ruta 12 oz. Can

with these circumstances together with the Republican CORNED 'BEEF E. 4ge FOLGERSCOFFEE
Convention being held In Miami Florida may, for the first time
in its history, have a nominee on the national ticket for Vice
King Cole 1 Ib. Can
President of the United States of America.

John A. Cleg AND CARROTS 19C 1 lb. 49C

LETTER TO EDITOR ...... sidewinder is still In existence
Dear Editor: only instead of using All Flavors 3 oz. Pkg. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

There will be an electionof COM horses for transportationand JELLO Each 10
two City Commissionersheld running irons to change C
brands and operating on a
at Flagler Beach Tues
local basis. cow thieves todayare Miracle Whip Quart Jar
day March 5, 1968. I hope we DEUTE
can count on a real good equipped with 1968 pick- SALAD
turn out; for In the past, indifference ups and transports, electronic DRESSING Ea. 49cJim
has played a large communications quick mar- OLEO
part in Flagler Beach ket outlets and a base of operations Dandy 25 lb. Bag
troubles. that may cover hundreds
of DOG MEAL Each
miles. $198
There are seven candidateswho bas
have stated their Intentions Several years ago when 2 Solids *
(In 29
and have qualified to tittle thievery was so bad )
run. Be sure to vote for men in Flagler County local cattlemen -
that you believe to be sober got together and
and honest and who have fought it until no apparent
made a success of their own problem existed. As a result SUGAR FROZEN FOODSClark's
lives as past experience has of this movement the Flag -
shown that a man who has let c.nlrrnt"1AuodaUon., I
not made a success of his Inc. established the highest 5 & 29C<< "BREADED" (Pkf. of 5)
own affairs is a very poor reward for information leadIng -
candidate to administer the to arrest and convictionof VEAL STEAKS *
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 89CSara
affairs of the city. cattle thieves of any county
There are men on the list In Florida. $3,000.00. Lee "ALL BUTTER-
of candidates who should Other' counties have established oz. Size
make good commissioners. rewards along with FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE Each
Be sure to give serious the standing reward of $500 69e
thought to their qualifications offered by Florida Cattlemen's U. S. No. 1
and Flagler Beach will be Association. These rewards
richer: Wednesday morning have helped In Increasing POTATOES 1Bas 39$
Mach 6, 1968. both arrests and convictions CRISCO
It has been expressed that but the problem still abounds. Golden RipeBANANAS
the usefulness of any of the Well equipped thieves with
present Commissioners of the good contacts still whisk cat "" lOc .
City of Flagler Beach came tle away on lonely roads and 3 + 69ONIONS "
to an end with the recent report with nearby outlets the meatIs Yellow Cooking
of the grand Jury In. quickly slaughtered and
vestlgatloa Let us hope that sold Into Florida's food basket 3 gas' 39e Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
those whose terms have a and all evidence forever
year to run will try to makea destroyed
better effort to abide by Recent developments indicate
the expressed wishes of a majority the problem may be on
of the people. the Increase! in Flagler County
Angus S. Reynolds. again. All cattlemen and
landowners should watch for
CATTLE THEFT. people riding or prowling in i iIili
SERIOUS PROBLEMIn places they have no apparent t

the old days a horse business Sometimes poor citizens ((1
thief caught In the act was mischievously shoot<< cattle -
hung to the nearest cottonwood or destroy fences' or gates
tree without the opportunity without stealing. These people
of a Jury trial The should remember the
crime is Just as great as for (
fate of a cow thief was not ( Phone
much better, that is if he es stealing.
caped being shot on the spot. Couny Agent. 8:00 a-m,-ItOO p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
Today the same breed" of Don Jordan. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Feb. 29 March
I, 2, 3 and 4, 1968


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StnWe.e.......t 1M ceeFeFa.en .
YouBELIEVE $ 01 VMl CMoperator Wadsworth, Inr.peM l'etInCaY M-xot 6 7JO p. m. Ftafter Beat Garden dub
erected tie THUftflDAY, FEB.L MOHBAY. MAR. 4--FU 4r meetfe- 1:30 p m. at fee I
Seat central' tower Ita the ceen Year Day.FRIDAY. County CmmmUiInn meet home of Mi.. Alice Clark I
It Boppstwd laM. Flogla ty- MAR. 1-WerM Day X 9 a. m. at the eane house. may MAR 6-Pin- I
County 40 (-0-) of Player. Service at St. Russell City Oommtorton Kt ea meetinc at 8 p. ... at
yes ego FORTY TEAM AGO Stephens Catholic Churchat meets at 7.30 p. m. the home of Mn. Charles
1 Members of the FuglerCeuflty ..<)O a. m. TUESDAY. MAR S-Ftafler Cewart. Haw Creek
boys and girls art SATURDAY. MAR. -Korona Beads City Election. Butweil Boy Scout Troop No. I
TEX TEAKS AGO .. cultural dubs winning prizes Civic dub MectiQf. Bunneil City Election, 472 meets. I
Giynnot Kbtard was nam for their poultry exhibits at I II
ed the Betty Crocker Homemaker the Votuste County Fair were:

of resident neil Brady Science Hip of Wadsworth.received Tomorrow School.Degree(+,)his In a Bachelor at Forestryat former Bun Claude Lee Glenn Harding More Senge Miller Deen than; and; Carl;(a;-0-Arthur dozen John LeroPellt)Lord Werther men Bandorf Martin and r.;: End of Month SALE i it

families Haw Creek
their at
the University of Florid t
turned out to clear the acre
Attending the ceremonieswere
of ground which was the site ONE GROUPDRESSES .
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wads-
of the new Community Halt Sweater
worth W.. L. Wadsworth.
The ladies served delicious
Daily Buckles and Miss Gloria
McAra picnic dinner which Included
(.o.') palmetto cabbage and chick CLEARANCE
The Bulldog Lassies and (...
their coach. Viola Tonkin. Bunneil Boy Scout Troop No. MISSES & JR. SIZES
had a very successful seasonCelia 1 members and their Patrol $4"
Emery and Meiinda Du- Johnnie Mercer
Leader were
pont received honorable mention cutting cypress timber for UP TO
for the All St. Johns Conference a log cabin which would be
Team. used for troop headquarters.
(-0-) ONE GROUP %

the Candidates Bunneil City qualifying Commission for MIDDLETONANNOUNCES FORLEGISLATURE __ 5 0

election were Charles E.Creal;
E. S. (Dick) Morris; P. J. (PI) SLACKSMISSES
Stanlsh. Marvin (Dutch) Glenn Y. Middleton has announced
Tucker and Dr. John M. Ca. that he Is a candi OFF
nakarts. date for the Republican nomination AND JR. SIZES
At Flagler Beach candidateswere for the Florida Houseof
Charles Charon; R. R. Representatives Thirty-
(Dick Mosby; Robert P. Hen Second District, which Includes $499
derson. Johnny J. Stal and St Johns Flagler Put.
Walter Walker. nam and Lake Counties. That
(..) post Is presently held by William
IWLMlt YEARS AGO Reedy Democrat.
Chapter No. 93 Order of Middleton. a resident of
Eastern Star announced the Clermont In Lake County Is ONE GROUPDresses
following slate of new officers: currently active In business,
Pauline Magee worthy matron civic and church affairs. He
; Rudye Shamblen worthy Is a general contractor and
patron; Leona Eisen manager of a dairy products
bach, associate matron; C. B.Elaenbadt business lie has had experience
associate patron; In radio and TV directIng .
Mardelle Eisenbach conu<*> and producing with a long
ress; Frances Edmonson. as association with the Amos
sedate conductress; Helen and Andy Show.
Shamblen.secretary' ; and Mrs. He has served as presidentof $499
George Blddl treasurer. Clermont City Council ,
(-oMr. -) president of Chamber of Commerce
and Mrs. G. S. Anderson chairman of American
of Palatka leased the Hoi- Red Cross and worked with
den Drug Store and took over Boy Scouts. Middleton Is active
the business Monday Mar. 1. In South Lake Presbyterian
(-0-1 Church. Elks American
THIRTY YEARS AGO. Legion Freemasons and York. AND PANTS TOPS 1
The Bunneil FFA Chapter and Scottish Rite bodies. I
I Fruit and Vegetable Judging While his family has hada
Team composed of Frank home In Lake County since $2" "W-\1 \ : ;
Stefllk, Harry Thomas and 1913. Middleton has made his \ \
Victor Cyzyckl placed' third In permanent residence there
the state contest In judging. since 1952.



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I Nfl peeved when we be.lired TLA4... TABUigMfiEMIIBD 4-THE nACLBB TIUOKC TJTWBg. r HAH M. MI,

that it was IK) N each OF mew/ha- where M reeeivedodtriWal

Late Individual to lItHe his own aM Wttt ........
-.y. Me earl go ahead erbHk GRAIN HK>3KAM About OurServicemen He will reswet to Feet Dix

To as he ..... Pltlsry ee- N. J. far PMSslaimiint next
Classify Farmers In Ptefier Csaniy
ewes that Ms Mtfen was were. temd. teddy tINt ........
117 *....) X rr brut by men who had the _p new to under way fur
esur-sge and ambition to (ry pfC' Sam Smith US Army
I *m oM enough to rtimm- to better themselves arid advance part.. Cation in the 1W8 feed Petty OAeer Peter Misdt.. hH I'fIIWM'II to BHIdMA.......
grain The *"*>
program. returned to Key
the welfare of theft na- US Navy. hs Germany. after spending 30
her when America was the being heM at the AfiCS eewi- .
West where he Ie stationed
Men through hard work and days leave here wtth Ms par
'most respected natlen on faHn. Nobody offered any ty oAee during the peeled after a ten cia, leave at F1g- eats Raymond and Mary
nh. I can remember!' when hand-outs or offered to pay February 5th through lee Beach with his parents SmHh.
we.;concerned' ourselves with their rent and meet their expenses. 15th, 1968. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Germak. PFC SmIth to assifned to

taking care of our own problem A. B. Johnston.. Sr. Chair an Army Base Hospital at
.*. minded our own bust- man. Agricultural StabttHxa- We received' a greeting from' BadWsringen for training with
Freedom meant the right to
net and dfd rs't take any back tion and Censervation County Airman Jade Abbott. US Air a medical team.
talk from foreign power' make your own way to meet Committee, urges that farmers farce. Texas, thanking us for
life head-on and win thepeace
who attempted to encroach on who wish to take part In the Tribune. Jack said It had Billy Cauley US Navy has
and desir-
our Interests. you the program file their applications been snowing and he was returned to Panama Qty after
ed. asked to
Nobody you pay The appHeations looking forward to coming
From history I learned that taxes and interest to supportthe early. spending a leave herewith
Indicate the f.armer'sprocram home to a warm Florida oil
Mr and Mrs.
when the rest of the world indigent and shirtless. his parents
intentions, Including mate. He expects to get a
and feared Barba. Bud Cauley.
cringed the Nothing prevented a man
the extent of his participation. leave at Easter. He also asked
e ry, pirates we bearded themin from going ahead if he wanted Billy has been temporarily
their den when they at. to. Under the feed program fer us to extend his regardsto stationed at a Panama City
tacked American ships and 19G8, farmers may earn diversion his Flagler county friends. base the past month.
Our pioneers, who crossed and Jack's new address ..:
put them in their place.I price-support payments
the plains, fought Indians as well as qualify fer Amn. Jack D. Abbott Sergeant John A. Brown,
can recall how Teddy and met countless other probe price support loans on their AF 12890457 CMR2 son of Mr. and Mrs. Averley
Roosevelt upholding the Monroe lems didn't look to their government crop; feed grain diversion Box B-5888 37575/S Brown of Bunnell. Is on dutyat
Doctrine told Germany for relief pensions, payments will be availableto Sheppard. AFB Texas 76311 Phan Rang AB Vietnam.
off when they threatened to medical aid or rent money.
all participants
program Sergeant Brown a refrigeration
attack a Latin American They knew their future was Editor's Note-We appreciate and air conditioning
country to collect a debt In their own hands and what
hearing from our service specialist, is a member of the
Teddy said Cool it". or HI happened to them was their BOYD FORSUPREME men. Pacific Air Forces.
call Admiral Dewey within individual .
own problems.My
Before his arrival In Southeast
24 hours The Germans cooled
great grandparents Two of our hometown servicemen Asia he was assigned to
ItIn crossed the plains in a covered Boyd, Miami attorney met recently In Ice Orlando AFB, Ha.
those days we looked wagon and If it were not has announced his candidacyfor land. Airman 1/C Robert Me- The Sergeant, a graduate of
upon the national budget as for the likes of them there Florida Supreme Court Daniel, Alrforce. and Robert Sherman High School. Seth,
something .Important We would be no America today Justice. He is a County Com- Abbott US Navy accidentallymet : W. Va. attended Daytona
made a sincere effort to keep and they would turn over in missioner in Dade County and each other at the Kef la- Beach Junior College and
it In balance and it never occurred their graves U they witnessedthe serves on Board of Directorsof vik Base. Mary Karl Vocational School,
to anybody 'that we deterioration that has taken $tate Association of County Daytona Beach.
were obligated to- throw place since their day. Commissioners. HOME FROM VIETNAM

American dollars M the wild There are no American pioneers Boyd Is former Vice Mayor SP4 Alan Wayne Jones US THANKSI
wind In "an effort to preserve today, only politicians of Dade County and Hialeah Army Airborne Unit, arrived would like to express my
peace and win friends eager to spend the tax payers City Attorney He is a former home Feb. 14 to spend a 30 gratitude to all my friends

To preserve American dignity money and advance their own Marine and Past Commander day leave with his parents, and ministers for their visits,
and Influence through political Interests. If I had my of Department of Florida of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jones, Cherry cards, flowers, letters and any
out the world we sent die way I would require every The American Legion. BoydIs S, Bunnell. expression of kindness, during
"Great White Fleet on an senator and congressman to also active in the Baptist Alan has been stationed at my illness.
around the-world tour of review the history of this Republic Church and Lions dub. Vietnam for the past 12 Lucille Webb

.I friendship and gained worldwide before taking the oath
honor and respect for of om> ce. Cod In Heaven give
, our show of strength and our us men If our nation Is to be -
concern: with world peace. preserved.


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Monday, February 19, was a dark day over most
of Florida. Many schools were closed while others
were operated by unqualified substitutes.
Flagler County Parents
and Citizens owe a lot to the
wonderful Teachers who

stayed in our Schools.We .
realize the pressures that were placed
upon our teachers to join the walk-out and
we realize that it was not easy for them to reject -
the policy of their professional organiz-c\
ation, The Florida Education Association. ,

Because of this loyaltyof

our teachers we feel that our

local schools are entitled to ;

greater public support in the I

difficult times ahead. 11 11i

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'-'! : PLAOLER TRiBVNC """as. FIMHIAKT x. MM FTA MEMCERS NEW MUSEUMAT at ....b.A"11f'(1' and ta WIlle
'" Bulow.
--- au 4t e :n >
Bvtewvllte WM :Jehajaror
MWC ELECT Senior High Putsee The. Florida Park Board Ism at
S Au4oeon who waste
Miss Gloria...**, March TMwhers of America at Bwftiwtl ISM week completed eonatryc- In MM.
the plantation
M bride elect. WM coMfttHM Hit School 11 iltimithree < ties of a MW museum at Bti. tent During the Seminole Ind.anWars
member at an a- few State Park located on
ed at a bridal ahoww aw-- new Bute and other settten .
-. ly given by Miss Marti?*! ..... program Friday In the ..tow Creek about 1 mile off ,were friendly with theIwdiaths

Krutz at her home LaMana all .Id.. Blood. Mar the southern bar ud he even thud on

Avenue, stagier B>a.... New members aw Terry dr ef Flatter Co mty. U Putnam and Msftfesauite
S. Mejer
The hostess used a pink Lawten. Cynthia Harper. and The museum' Ms Into the Bearers when they

r and white ester scheme hi LIMA LtngoM. outteer setting by being nestted came to confront the Indians
the attractive decofattena and among the tree It te esnstrueted Putnam
(ItI this area. Major
Mlfth......... Guest were of pine and so designed took Bufew and all his staves

served dainty ...lMIwtehra.cak that the viewers weft into custody and moved them
and punch. around the outside of the
to St Augustine
r 4 r Attf'MIftCWe Misses Barbara large glassed museum areas After this the Seminoles

Bros. Janet HaJnes. Andrea where they gain a panoramicview laM waste to the plantation.

Jarose. Debbie Lane of the scenes depletingthe It Is believed to have been

Genre Minshew. Becky history of Butowville. burned on January 31st In

ttR Thomas; Mrs. Mary Brass, The scenes, which are well 183& Legend has it that some
FTA dub omeers are Co-
Mrs. Hermes Mrs. Knrtc. Mrs.
lighted at all times, include
of the old timers In the area
lees Tucker president' Jeanne -
Holmes, Mr*. TidweH and artifacts which have
many oeuld see the (ires burning
Hloginbolham, vice pre.l-
1 Mrs. Thomas.
been found in the area, relate
from considerable distance.
y' dent: Karen Moody secretary;
Miss Helens will beoeme! the' story of growing cotton
the bride of James Brass. Saturday Beth Matherly. treasurer;
lS11ITJ.BRANNA1 and cane at Butowville Thereis < STENSTROM ELECTED
{ March 2 at 7 P. M. in Susan Peterson parliamenta- an artist's conception of

ENGAGEMENT the First Methodist Church at ran; Carol Lynda Townsend the way the sugar mill looked STETSON TRUSTEE
Flagler Beach. All friends of chairman of projects. when It was in operation
ANNOUNCED the couple" are Invited to both Other members are Janet There is a dug-out a 20 Douglas Stenstrom. Sanford -
the wf'ddlnc.nd reception.MRS. Halnes, Terry Raw tins and attorney, was elected to
The engagement of Miss (foot boat hued out of a large .
Cindy Durrance Mrs. Frances the Board of Trustees at Stetson
Sybil A. Smith, Davenport }leg. which was found buried
Brooks .is during the
CASEINS sponsor. University
(In the creek bank near
Iowa and Levi 1.. Brannam. muddy

Jr.. Davenport, Iowa, has been HONORED ON OPCC PUTTINGTOURNAMENT ]Bulow. Ranger Bundy has Board t Friday meeting February in 17)DeLand.
announced by her parents BIRTHDAYMrs. loaned the State Park Board
Stenstrom Is a 1943 graduate
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Smith of Zennie Gaskins was ;Museum an old sugar cane
of the Stetson College of
Winter Haven Florida. honored on her sixty-fifth Harry Bengel. Ormond (grinder that was used by his
Law having earned his 1.1.8.df'II' .
Miss Smith is a graduateof birthday at a surprise party Beach won the Indoor Putting |grandfather many years ago.It .
the DLand
Auburndale High School. Sunday given by her daughter Tournament at Ocean 1 Is on display as a reminder on campus
His A. B. earned at the
She .Is presently attending Mrs. Lavern Braddock at Palm Country Club Saturday i to the visitors as to how the was'
Palmer College In Davenport the home of 1\Ir..nd Mrs. morning, with 2 under par In i sugar was manufactured.The University of Florida In 1942.
and is employed by the Fred hail BunnelL the divided 3 par 3 hole appearance of the sugar He .is the senior partner oftilt'
firm of Davisand
Times-Democrat. The guests; enjoyed a buffet event. i mill has been improved by Stenstrom.
Mr. Brannam is the son of luncheon served with the traditional There were sixteen elub |placing sidewalks around and Mcintosh in Sanford Fla.
and is active In civic affairsin
Mr. and Mrs. Levi L. Bran- birthday refresh members competing. i thru the mill area. The remains
nam, of BunnelL He was mend i of the standing walks Sanford and central Flor-

graduated from Bunneil High Joining the honoree for the ATTEND FAIR I have been repaired and braced rlda. He was elected to a

School In 19G5 and is a student happy occasion were Mr. and PTA and FHA members of so that they will not crumble Seminole County judgeship at
the of 26
before his
at Palmer College In Grass has been< age
Mrs. Charles Strickland andsons Bunneil High School, attended away. from law school.
Davenport Randy and Tony; Wll- the State Fair at Tampa j planted in the area so that :
A wedding date has notbeen ford Polk. Mrs. A. O. Thomp recently In Its hammock setting it is Recently Stenstrom nnflounced .-
his Intention of becoming
announced.Mr. attractive well historic
son tavern Braddock and There were twenty-nine as
a candidate for the
Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Bun. students attending. Chaperones Several years ago the Park
and Mrs. Gilbert Frank. nell. Out of town guests included were }Ir. and Mrs. Cathy Board constructed a recreatitan United States Congress and Is
Flagler Beach are in New Or. Mr. and Mrs. Walter and Kenneth Herring. area with, an enclosed presently involved in preparing

leans with a group from the Bradley and children. Mr. Member of the Bunneil building for picnics and parties for that race.

Ormond Beach Senior Citizens and Mrs. Berton Guibble. Mrs. MI Club also attended the near the banks of the
to attend the Mardi gras (',gorge Kymos and son Stevie. creek. The creekfront area CARVER SEMI-PROS

festivities.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lee f'J includes playground for SCORE HIGH

and Miss Penny Jl ton all Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peth- chiktrra and several outdoor Carver's semi-pro basketball .
Charles E. McCabe of Si and Mrs. charcoal broilers. Ranger Bun.
Augustine; sun newlvweds from Lan- team gained a fh -polnt
has returned to her home at Alice Heaton of West Virginia caster.- P.., are the house day said quite a few people lead to beat Daytona's semi-
Flg4er Beach after a visit in
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter IMP this attractive area pros 109-1OI in a game Friday
Bau Gallic with her grand- HOUSEGUESTS Mechey at Flagler Beach Historically Major Charles night.
sen. Joe, who was h ttal. Visiting here here last week Bulow of. Charleston acquired High scorers for the Carver

Iced for eye surgery. with Mr. and Mrs A. G. Bradley VISITORS RETURN HOME 6000 acres at this site in team were John Dudley 42

and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. J.h1,1.. left Friday to IflSO. He cleared about 1000 points and Paul Spearmen 19
Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Holland
Cobb at Espanola were Mr. return to his home at Ontario acres! for growing' cotton and points.A .
have as their houseguests. Mr. and Mrs Ray Bradley. Hamp about :500 acres' for sugarcane
Canada, after visiting at
and Mrs. W. A. Hall of PikesvlHe.
ton Va. and Mrs. F. A. Ed Planter Beach a week with and small plots of rice new computer at God-
N| C. wards. Chooowlnliy. N. C. his mother Mrs. MyrtleStrctHer. and indigo. The Bulow Creek" dard Space Flight Center near

Other visitors at the Bradley which" emptied Into the Halifax Washington, D. C., can perform
Joe DaHon. Atlanta. Ga.
home Sunday were W. B. Also visiting with Mrs. River was used to transport 16,600.000 additions a
stopped in Bunneil Friday Bradley of Branford: Mr. and Simmer last week was hergranddaughter the sugar and rice to the second.
night to visit with P. A. (Zip) Mrs. Herbert Bradley and
and Frances' Edmonson. family, Oak Hill: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. William family.Hafer

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Masseyhave Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman and and children of Comport. In.
children, Aubumdale; and diana.
returned to their homeIn Mrs. Eldon Knight anddaulhtt"rs To the voters of Flagler Beach:
Atlanta Ga. after a visit of Bunneil.Mr. .
hen with their son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me-

daughter In law. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Brock andsons Knight and sons of Miami Announcing I am a candidate for the City
Ralph Massey. Jr. and daughters. had as their weekend' spent the weekend here visitIng -
houMfluests Mr. and Mrs. at the home of his parents Commission of Flagler Beach in the March 5 elec

John Weisberg and son John County Judge and Mrs. tion.
BACK HOME of Orlando. T K McKnlght.

Mrs. Alvin Salyerds and son I am 47 years old, an Army veteran, and

Michael arrived Thursday Mrs. Sina Ashley and children MAYOR BARBER have lived at Flagler Beach for the past ten

from Karlsruhe, Germany. Her John. Scott and Tracy NAMED years. I am married and have three sons; one
of Miami the weekendat Mayor Shelton Barber of
husband. SP4 Salyerds .Is due Stnt
to arrive sometime next monthto Flagler Beach with her par. Bunneil was named Vice President serving in the Army in Vietnam, and two are i

join them. ents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wells. of League of Small Municipalities students at Bunnell High School. My wife is man

Alvin is the son of Mr. and at a recent dinner ager of the Flagler Beach Elementary School ca
Mrs. Tommy Salyerds St. Zen Muzyka returned meeting held at Bunnell Civic feteria.If.
Johns Park. home Friday from South Center.
America where she enjoyed a Caywood Gunby of Lake
elected, I will do all I can to help with
two month:>> vacation trip. Helen was elected presidentand
BEACH VISITORS William Ottinger was the many problems of our growing city.

Miss Beatrice Conley Chi VISIT IN TALLAHASSEE elected secretary and treas 1 would
cago. Ill. Mrs. E. Corcoran ")Ir. .and Mrs. Gordon Buckles urer. Included In the Leagueare appreciate your vote on election day

and Simon Terry of Schenectady and children were the Orange City Lake Helen March 5.

New York stopped over weekend houseguests of her Ponce Inlet, Pierson. Flatter
at Flagler Beach for several sister and brother in law, Mr. Beach Bunneil. Oak Hill
days visit with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jerry Wilkinson and Hastings and Daytona Shores. LES WATERMANREELECT

Harry Peabody, Artesla Park. family In Tallahassee.
After a trip to South Florida While there they attendedthe IDLEWOOD MEETS

they plan to stop for FSU Student Opera Guild Mrs. Charles Chambers entertained

another visit before returning statge production "Briga the Idlewood Clubrecently .
home.Mrs.. doon" at her home, Colony
Park BunnelL
Winifred Davis Ruth. MARCY STRICKLAND )Irs. W. W. Deen.' president
erford. N. J. arrived here via HONORED ON BIRTHDAY conducted the brief business

plane last weekend for two Many Strickland, daughterof session. MARTIN ( Bo ) McDANIELYOUR
weeks visit at Lake Distort Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Strick Tentative plans were made

with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence land Jr.. Favorita. was honored for a social for members and

Shuhz. on her eleventh birthday their guests in March.

last Wednesday afternoon at The hostess served cherry

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holt returned a party at her homeRefreshments cake and coffee to six members .
home last Saturda were servedto attending. CITY COMMISSIONEROF

from Atlanta, Ga. where he nine of Marry: schoolmates .

attended an Army Reserve invited to the celebra Zachary Holland John

M.O.L School last week. tion. Johnston and Dan Cody students BUNNELL

While there, they were the Games were played duringthe at Abraham Baldwin

houseguests of former Bun.nt'JUttf'l afternoon and prizes were College In Tttton, Ga. spent Your Vote and Support Will Be AppreciatedWI
lose and Joan At- won by Dot Tucker and Karen the weekend here with their

klnson. Baker. parents ........

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Church News Weekly

.... Other F. Taylor Pastor

B9NNEU. FIRST BATTHT ....MU MtbodUt Church
ChorUs XX Anders. Pastor Quantity Rjjhts
*H4.y: 9:45 a.m. Swmtay THE MOB82TCBS WE GIVE Reserved
s .eel The' first and primary use METTS
11:. .... MernJag W...., of the word mown .Is in ref- TOP Prices Good
6:39 p.m. IHInine Union. f'NIfIfIe tO grief or MfNWatMMtt
7:30 p-ra. Evening We ItItJ. beough by the death Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Wed.: 7:30 p..., Prayer of a lewd one. Even people VALUE ,
Service. outside of Christianity mourn SUPER MARKET
i Ff4 March 1,
Nursery all services. when a person dose to them
2 Blocks East of stoplight dies. However, the Christian STAMPS 1968
Moody Boulevard. community shares' a faith 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437.3201
whkh gives comfort even in
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH time of death. The promise of
Flakier Beach eternal life comes from God Lyke's Flavor Aged Choice
Max Halt Pastor through Jesus Christ.
Sunday School: 9:43.: The people of ancient Israel
Moraine Worship: 11:00. also used this word to describe SMOKED CHUCK
Evening Worship: 7:00 p. m. their feelings when
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: they expressed lamentations
7:00 p. m. over their estrangement from
On the corner' of Third and God. Truly they grieved when
Central their consciences revealed PICNICS ROAST
their sins against God. Whena
FIRST METHODIST Christian of today knows
BUNIfCLL3rr. that he has violated his
Oliver Taylor.: Pastor covenant with God he has
Sunday School 9:45 a. no. reason to mourn because he
Worship Service 11:00 a. m. is in danger of losing his
Methodist Youth Fellowship eternal relationship with Cod. Lb.33C 49Florida
6:30 p. m. The ancient Hebrew, at Lb.
2 Blocks East of Highway times mourned over Israel. To
No. 1. Lambert Street them the word comforted Implied
strengthening as well as
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL consolation. Jesus Christ the
The a.... Canon Shumaker consolation of Israel, strengthens Grade MAM (Family Pkg.) Flavor Aged Choice
Priest la Chora. those who" mourn for to CUTUP SHOULDER Lb.
Morning Worship 10:00 am day's estrangement from Cod. FRYERS SB' 'I79 ROAST 6ge
Communion first Sunday of Faith In God gives the Christ-
each month. Ian comfort In all times. Smoked Flavor Aged Choice
Thrre miles east of Bunnell "Blesed are those who mourn,
on Highway 100.CATHOLIC for Matthew they shall 5:4. be comforted." SLICED PICNICS U. 3ge CHUCK STEAK Lb. S9*

Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon. PastorST. BAKE SALESATURDAY Fresh Lean and Mealy Beef

Sunday Mass: 7:30 am The Friendly Circle of the *
Weekday Masses: )fon.. Wed.,
Bunnell Methodist Church
and Friday at 8:30: a.m. Meaty FRESH
will have a Bake Sale Satur-
FLACLER BEACH CHAPEL day morning March 2 at 9:00.: PORK $ 00 GROUND u"
Weekday Thursday Masses, and Saturday: Tuesday at I'rot'ttdsill go toward the. NECK BONES 5 g BEEF 2 99c
choir robe fund.
a. m.
ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL' Mrs. Jeff Scale, president Is Flo-Cane
in charge of arrangements
Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m.


Reynold Nelson Hoover.Minister .
Church Is sponsoring a Ham SUGA R 37cLimit

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Dinner Friday. at the Bunnell Bag
Civic Center.Dinners I
Morning Worship 11 a. tn.
Choir Rehearsal Wed. 6:45: will be served at
the Civic Center from 11 a. m.
p.rn.It' '. Club meets the first until 1 p. m. and orders will
Monday of each month at be taken for delivery. (1) w purchase of $5.00 or more food order
7:30 p. m.Woman's. Proceeds will be used for
Society of Chris. church projects. Myle's (Plain or Iodized)

don Service the 2nd Thursday '
9:30 a. m. COLLEC11J'fCCLOTHIJfG Limit 2 with
South Daytona Avenue. pur 26 OZ.
The. Young Peoples Sunday SALT chase of $5.00 or 5 'i

BUNNELLPENTECOSTAL School Class of the First Baptist more food order. BOX
HOLINESSRev. Church of Bunnell is collecting -
John LlngoUL Pastor clothing to be sent to
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. the Cuban refugees at Miami Armour'sVECETOLE
Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. Anyone. who" has clean
mended clothing to donate. Is
Life Liners Service 6:30
p. m. asked to contact Mike. Church, 3 Lb.
Evening Evangelistic Sere class president, according to 49
ice. 7:30 p. m.Deen Mrs. John A. Clegg, teacher Tin

MEMORIAL STARTS MARCH 10 Limit (1) purchase of $5.00 or more food order
The Reverend Robert
Tingles Beach pastor of the First Methodist Florida Grade "A"
Church In Sanford will
Rev. R. W. Dicker Pastor
Communion first Sun. be the guest preacher for the
every revival starting March 10 at
day of each quarter.Sunday .
the First Methodist Church In MED. EGGS I'll
School. 9:45: a. m. BunnelL
Worship Service 11 a. m.
Daytona Avenue South of The father of Rev. Jenkins.,
the late Rev. James E. Jenkins
was the pastor of the
CARD Or THANKS Bunnell Methodist Church in Limit (2) DeL Please,
My heartfelt thanks to all 1934-36.
who showed their concern Special music will be pro. .
during my recent surgery and vided for these services which Monogram (Long Grain) Kraft
Illness. Donations of blood. will begin at 11 A..M. on APPLE 2 Lb.
cards, visits and flowers were Sunday March 10. Services RICE 3 B; 39c' JELLY a. 39*
all appreciated. will be held each night at
Tm sure the concern of so 7:30 through Friday night Jif (Smooth) Heinz

many, speeded Thank my You.recovery. Dinner morning be held on service.after the grounds the The Sunday publicIs will Peanut BUTTER I2 u 39C CATSUP 2 lti..L 49*

Becky Clegg

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Produce Frozen Foods
MARCH 10 Dairy
Golden Yellow Asst. Flavor

BANANAS, Kraft Fresh Orange ICE MILK
FIRST METHODIST CHURCHOF Lb.. ..--..... fOe H GaL. 59cU.

S. No. 1 Irish JUICE I L GaL..-...- 59c Winter GardenPOTATOES
Strawberries, 1/1Ifj
BUNNELLREV. 10 Lb. Bar.... 497a. 16 Slice American 2 10 oz. Pk g s.. .7.7r

Yellow Cooking CHEESE. upp Flavor
fZ GUEST PREACHER 3 lb. Bar. 33IZ th C.L ..,.. 69.




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Mt 0KH8A. .
TM Radar Baal( Patent The B.weaie $amu ..wWW aaaf*
Mse* camping .**. 7rn cer. Asameindess u.ahsaneed Pta.lsc B.iiai went to PayMI
on the Atlantic eeM has that tiller will have a each last 9a4ucdaw to
CHARLES (Chuck) been e...... at Flatter BeMfe spaghetti slayer. .* SattMway, wit the James ihheida..n
!State Patk. March 9. hoes 5 to 7 P. M. S>mtn.le Art EafctMC at to
The new' campcround III ell The supper will be heW at DajFtMM Baal Aft Om4cr.
the Pla.ler Bwacfc 9ehl The nine JUMUJM
tIte wwvaEnavey.
*- vr"btld-c
a high .
Pret,eeis furs the supper will ampansd. by. MN.
e een. Pkiwe taWe **evt4d pam
MISSINNEFOR at ecn+ silt and areMreeeh be u.. to heap bay seme Mrs. Connie 0...<<.
banding it er tired new ,.abound equipment man and. Mrs. guannc .)....-
1M the seheei. win.
In the 11M.
Pteffler. Beach Stele Park --
located In the town of Flatter
Sweet on SR AlA oHew
a variety of water ...... In-
eluding swtmmlnf. halting, HELP WANTED
Beach beating and skin and sewbadtv
**(. A beat dock and marina
are leeatted on the Intercoaatal I take
Waterway want to this opportunity

City CommissionerEvery of The marten Ftegter County...-.s Beard tltepP&jft't to announce my candidacy for the
by pnnrtdinc shed) tortaMltee
the scream read and Bunnell City Commission.As .
the campsites. according to
State Parka Director Bill MH-
ler.GURNET. your city commissioner I

Registered VoterIS TOAlfNOUlfCX will do my very best to serve each

URGED TO VOTE FRIDAY and every person on a fair and impartial -

On Friday, Mareh 1. I will basis.
ON MARCH 5th hold a series of meetings
throughout the state of Florida make known my Intentions I will appreciate your supportand
In the U. S. Senate
VOTING IS BOTH A Gurney race" U.said.S. Rep. Edward J. your vote on Tuesday, March

"For over one year now I 5 1968.
PRIVILEGE AND A DUTY have been traveling extensively ,
in the state, assessingmy
chance for winning the HUBERT PELLICER
U.S. Senate seat to be vacated

We Will Appreciate Your Vote Stnathers.During by. Senator George' A.

this time I have
But whoever been more than encouragedto
you are for, we seek this position.
"More and more people allover Flagler
Urge You To Vote the state have let me County Insurance
know that they want me toseek
and will support me to
win this Senate race. Agency, Inc.

CHARLES (Chuck) MISSINNE March Therefore 1st. I,will o formally n Friday announce All Forms of Insurance
my future plans In a
series of news conferences in 305 East Moody Blyd.I IPhone 437-3171
as many key areas of the state
that I can visit" Gurney con Bunnell, Florida 32010


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Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
Laminated Plastic- Upholstery Fronts

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areas la 7S mum end of BoaaelL

Gasoline Motor Oil I CALL COLLECT EVENING FLANKING Day 437-3313 ARRANGED Night 432579

Fuel Oils LubricantsService

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Disabled American VeteransJim

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ehwgo harti iia h> notified and rr 4u r d to *
PH ..n.1.1_ and "*-",.nd. wMckM .%. BxorwtriH of MMrk. sttsb. _
-- or either of v<'II. may h t1. 21. 25. jfcMTtr it44I.HOA1. IN TATTBANMtS

TANK dcuitaf; drab ..grlnat.f sold..state T K ;..the K 10 or: PLORIDA.PA"'A OAR-
***** !1MtaU; Aeta.BoW "..MowoJ d1 of FU.ler ('.M-

flush ae4L ........ prie& EWANTADSFGULARLY h/. ...... In Ik* }ST. 'BrookmondoMunpkia.
Mora. in .unw.... M 100'''. Cit? FOR 1111)5 TMMMoaeofOV
Call Geerte J...... Vt.M1081.t: / In alt cateninr month "'- a.aMI oM will to rMorvwl M AM HBRSWT' NOTIFtlR -
time of the trot l.ubllcatlon ofthla tint oav. of tko OHjr Clark ol > hat an artios for dl-
__ notice aW* lalm or ...- Oir or _W_aL ......... ntk vroa hid boon Sled ajralnot you
mand In wrltlnjr MM flvlr Onto ......... wrtll and you are regsoral to aorvnoony
MAN OR WOMAN wanted to I.'r'e. (. "f r>rt"in*. 4:15: P. M. ooUM tile 415 day et a of your written dofonooo.
sepply RawMgh Products to .nd oddreoa. of tkclaimant )**rrh. A f> I"" for fontItkC ***- if **jy, I. itMLtMtftU. on. atLAJUmm ni
and esu.t hr worn .. _..,... sod laM for .... nttomey* = ptnlnUft -
tor aumers in Ptefffer Countyor WE'RE LOOKING attorney: plaN-aoj-H. his ajma* OC tat the ,........ ..roU wH i iBfeoo win** .. < !*. to Mortk
or tbo sam.- anon bo'ILWIWA.SP1' Now Smyrna Honoh
NE VeitMta County. Good .....
sad i
FOR A ,; from ('h. sl to Mo tno iHfinaltho
time to Mart. No experience AND with clerk of... nhov.,
to PM h Wrest
or investment' See p Sliest from ..... toTWMotoriol court on u r before th.
neceaoary GOOD MAN By './ M. A. ThlelbertM > ISIb "J of March It*!.
or write Peter Baimuaien. 230 A 'ria.....,.. Truot <..... t--1 ttfIIIIIIi' my hood and seal
Viral IMMtcMlofi :. Feb ... std MWMeMton. I.... IMh
of said rt on
N. Arlington Ave.. Detand or OVER 40 IJCLAND IIP A' ....eisraai..a, wNtl MtoMNMM of Fowrunnr ISIS 4 Dofapwtc .
O BOBRunnell. ra ed by *S. "
write RawWfh De t FU 380815 MOODY.
For f__,. I'e c les.d I"-partws..t M stMa. .
Trips ? Cwrk ClrciMt "uurtBy
of the (
Memphis. Tenn. Attorney for .>tlli<.nar ****** .". ?*-w ro. ** ..*gfMM A* /-/ Jolla K. HorveyAa
1.18. 2.1, 15, 29. 3 7. Mp. SurroundingTLAGLER Feb. It. Mar 7, 14. II 4tc ...... ('pl.. ., .. ..lilt Deputy Clerk
bo oHo.*od .t Ste Slets ( '
---- LEGAL ADT111lTifallrNTIYlTTlntf Bead Ih ps.ttseat Is Ilelewd.Th. Fofc.: l-IJ.1t A Mar T-4tLtKlAL .
MAN WE WANT IS ..........
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS WORTH U9 TO Til Mill .'ttp' ,. _....... roosts AU -KnTI; .HMK4Tl

LEFT UNCLAIMED The ".* ., ('ount> hoard offiibllc lbs rlsbt to rot-t -r sod ail --' .
Inolructlon will receive boos sod to wawo soy lobrmalHlt. Tilt riKiniT 4 .tHT Oe*
SEWING MACHINES We 16,500 ?: ...1004 bid* for rr-rooftn* tK* is bMtMg.WITINMt rLAULKH l'UlIJIITtrWK: .
have 2, 1968 LHal-O-Matic ZigZags rlunnell fftfh ftrhool <}rMM- nur bawd sod .- IUA
Plus Regular Cash lum with tie) pound. mlljllwum soot peal l." Mth day of r Vrwarr. In .'..e !''I.. SMDUttOTHT
that have never been us- phlna-lee per sqsr. with FT A. r*. 1.... CHHMTiNB" MOBLBTn4nttrf
ed. They were Chrifttioas layaways Bonuses equivalent sealed down = /tal.u R Re,....,. M.jr.rQHy
.h or Bu._11.a Florida
AIR MAIL .ro'r::: : TMJRWd.
never picked up, customers lee ..., JOHN MOKLJ3TDafndia

left area. You can B. B. PATE. JI:. ..... will be received at ffcrOrBce > ATl/ / Barter (', .,U... GHjrtrfc >t
of 1M lispertstewd.M of "4IITK K TO tlr:n4ll
rn "-
have these machines for the 'RESIDENTTexa .
1'ubikIstrtttt4.a m or bI.r.lase THai HTATK Of UmmA. TO
balance of W7.00 each. Cash Refinery Corp. n m Tu..d.>-, Marefe t.I LEGAL AD"ERTI"IU'IIJIITHtql JOHN TRH..... MOtlLBT
MlTh 141 Orrlo & eeMaielburot <
or terms. Phone COLLECT Box 711. Fort Worth Klaaler Bounty Hoard ofCubll.
Jacksonville, 363-1916, any Texas 7101 .. Instruction reserves lb. .1"1' rOR 511)5 Tou are koreVr notlnod that nuft
right to reject CRY or oil btda.and .Mated 1141 will ho r.oshr.d toIk baa been Mod against youIn
time. Ask for Credit Manager also ,. waive any trrevularttlea ...... or tKMr Clark of tho above ontHlod ewuae; ad
In in* Mddln. of B i .ll. I'lrida.n hereby I to Me
Will deliver, no obligation.Feb. the Xr n you are roqplred
All bid* .heal e
(V it. Hriidng imlM with no Clerk .f
1. 8. 15 22. 2 -5tc ...t.4 and marked i sled ..... the Ovle r ofMMrti. your. answer ..
HASTINGS MATTRESS 4:M P M. on the IHh day this Court, and to oervo a ..
for ..* ...fHr the RMMMMHrhool Hl.h P I.... for two (It thereof tho plaintiff
A. or
_....... molted
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY- & UPHOLSTRY WORKS tI,loMr : ordelivered I..*. ..(.... gassi/ae ,_". and hJaUlra attorney, whose Mme

710-12 Lemon St. (1. Harrle JriWprrmieftdmi pimp." 1..ItH rgolsr N. and address I.:
I Let us help beautify FUgler Coy ...
<.f r.Yk111- 4o._._ number shall bo M or
I County. Large variety of evergreens Palatka, Florida 1/&,....... more). high test Rat (ortanonunttwr P. (I. Horn HIHunnHL
P1a.ier CMinty IMII k* .I or mor>. FlorhU
palms hedge plants Phone EA 5-9166 ( ty '...urlhou. 1.\VM and heavy IHity H not later than March t. A. D.

5% miles S of Bunnell on Furniture. Dpholterlag IFIa rt oHunnrll. (5 Tttw weight oil, n'ultl.....'...... c-rlubrtMiit. IW.If.
Klorkl IHIt rhowl (ybrldont.k you fall J" do ao. Default
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-Uc
Repaired d Rtfialshe r.b. !e. Itc .r. rn*. and No. t ........ will be acalnat you fort
M relief demanded In tho bill
Mattresses & lox shall lie aunt for tlio
Springs All prh.s
FOR SALE-Large console of e.mplalnL The nature of said
LEGAL ADrRRTIlRMBirriv duration of the oonlrort period
Mad to Order. Also Reaorated suit being for
cedar chest with beautiful veneered Hark bW shall he addressed DIVORCEWITNrWH

carving on front 304 Call Laura Morris 417-3233 roi CITY Ji Wars rot HTrL.At.LKH to tho City ComnOaaloner.. ('. o. my hand and seal
After l'ut.;:\T'.WK..- Hat 7(4. Hunnell. FlorM TheHaiti of said ..urt th.a Ith day ofFebruary
East Moody Blvd. 2.22.2tp.FOR P. M. 11% I .mlw .alonera resew. t4>e A. D IMSOHortOK .
PRICES REASONABLE t'l. ;Vo. O4ttTATB to reject any and aH Ida M. Moony
SALE-32-23 In x 35 in. OKTtrfudliiMV ea. I.roIcI and also to accept II.. bM that Clerk of said ClrcuH crtCOMd.
BUDGET PLAN IT NEEDED Dls( 1) In Ita Juotrmctit will bo for .. Real)
half-door Jalousies. Housing Jut as near \(TM t: TO HKIIITflll the beat. I.'.,..' of the City of Hp'l Julia R Harvey
Authority of the County of roar TO ALL I'SRHONH HAVING HUMOR. ClerldaWITNHMS Deputy Clark
Phone or Post Office <''UAIM OH UKVANflHAOAINIIT my hand and. ....... bib. I. ti. M and 1!. Itc
Flagler. Florida :300 South .AII) fill TATL
Feb. 22-29-2tc Drop Us a Card or Call Tow and oacti of you .r. *..- oral this KMh day of February.A .
Bacher St. .tHl.d sad roqulrod to M. D IMS. LEGAL AO"r.RTI1IteRr.JIIT
--- --- Free Pick-up & Delivery claim and demands whleh /Shelton R Harbor. MayorCity
any of Hull..II. Ffortd l!< Tilt ("Kr1'I' ('OI'KT K )ltntlf.
Electric Singer sewing ma- yes or . ATTHHTHarhar
agatset said eaLat. Is .
chine-older model. Has round A Iamb Is a sheep less than of Hon T. K. MfKNfRIT1', /./ c Mmythe. Sty ACTION. MO. 141HOttfflTT
bobbin and carrying case county Judge .f Platter 'un- one year old. 11-n. Mar f-..-... PlaintiffGLaNNA
$21.50. Jerry's Furniture-Ap -
pliances. Old Dixie Hwy, 2 IIILL.
mil. S. Korona Ph. 437-3752. .N.lnn) _errU'N UK M'IT

Feb. 29-ltc ATLANTIC HARDWARE H.ql..T "Oil 11111. rolt TO OLJINNA' HILL whoa last
('il%.K Or TIWnKKNotlco known reaMane laIMS :
Host **th Street
lo hereby .Ivea that the
Gas refrigerator for sale or & SUPPLY CO. INC. Heard of County ('omn ........... YOU llrooklvn ARK l7klirk KOTt-

trade for deep freezer 4- .f littler County.. Florida. w141r. FIHD that an amended action
.. 4v. sealed bids an er beforeMarch
for diver.Ma been tiled
burner gas rangeshallowwell Ml.. at the hour of
SEE OUR SUPPLY OF 4. catnat you and you are requiredto
pump-odd chalrsdiniflgroom s aa A M. In the office of the > ..,... copy wf your written
suiteand double glass Clerk of the Circuit Court In the ..,"" .... If any. lo It on Law
Clutter County Courtbouae for: renco W Horna plaintiff attorney
sliding doors. Can be seen ACME PAINTSMOODY Purchase and removal of timber obese address la 412

at 206 Lambert Street Flag located In certain seined North Hallfai. Avenue. I'. (). flux
arena of the Flakier County sect ..*..t_ Hearh. Florid..n4 ..
ler Airport property a). the original with the
Beach.Feb.. 29 t Mar. 7.14 BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH Purrhaae bid should be stated Clerk of the nbovo-alyled Courton
by the cord Total amount to beootd or b.for* tho llth day of

PHONE 439-2303 la p.1_'.., .......aa March u... otherwla >udcment -
WANTED-250 votes for Hubert The Board ,...,... tile right may bo I demanded/
for the relief In
Pelllcer on Tuesday aa the Interval of the Countymay you
the amended complaint or pe-
March 5, 1968. Feb. 291tp require, to reject any and tit.....
all bida. and to walvo any laformalltle WITNBH ray hand and tho
In bids received.Dated eat of said Court on FebruaryIL
and collecting money 14th day of February. A. D. l ". M. MOODY
C .11. COWAItT. Chairman aa Clerk of said Court
from NEW TYPE high Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Flora Hoard of County Oemmlalonera (OFFICIAL :.AI/oo4

dispensers of Flatter Collnt,. /BOeorxo
coin operated
quality ida Statutes amended the
Chapter 193.201 as by Florida Feb. II-IS-I a M.,. 7-4tc
In this area. No sellIng 1967 Legislature, each property Owner Lesseeor ATTEST "

To qualify you must Agent requesting Agricultural Assessment OBOROK M MOODT. Clerk LEGAL ADVKRTIUKMK.Vr"
$900 to Feb. 11 and If..Me.
have car, references,
shall fill out a prescribed form. IV TIIK IIHrilT C-OtHT ote
$4.900 cash. Seven to twelve FLAULKIi ('UUMTr. KLOK.

hours weekly can net excellent ,This application pertaining to Florida Stat LEGAL ADYERTISe.EnI. IDA
In t'a.w Its
monthly Income. More utes 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricultural Tilt 4inctrrOIHT or JULIAN U ALKORD.Plaintiff .

full time. For personal interview Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and KLAULKM ('ot:* TY. KLOHIA *..

write P. O. Box 77013 has no relationship to the County Zoning for land In rwo _.. ISO JOB ANN ALroRo.
Include phone number. nalntlff HTATH OF FLORIDA. TO.
Feb. 29 Property owner must file this applicationeach \'L JOB ANN RD
year to the County Tax Assessor between 1114 Troupe. Georgia StreetAarvata.

January first and April first, so that the County MnTICH TO URFF.VU! Tou are hereby notified that
Motor Lady wonted to TUB STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: suit has boon Aled against you
become of Dew ladles Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application JUDY KAY CUNNINGHAM In ida above entitled cause; and
owner for Agricultural clauii cation. tlTI Proder No. t you are hereby required to file
shop to open soon III11IIUMlL Montclalr. California your anawer with the Clerk of
Mi You' are hereby notlSod that this Court and to servo n copy
Florida. Application forms are available at Tax As a suit ha been Bled aa-alnat you thereof upon the plaintiff or

Shops with 114 stores la 5 sessor's Office. In tho above entitled e....: and plaintiff attorney, whoao same
totes now bell opening for you are hereby required' to Bio and add".. !.:
la BunntlL DONALD R. MOORE your answer with the Clerk of JAMES II. TUCKER
franchise monogtt 111 North lUdcowood Avenue
this Court, and to aerv copythereof
small investment Tax AssessorNOTICE Dayton Death, Florid
Very tho plaintiff or
upon not later than March t X D.
rtouiredL Write ,. O. plaintiff attorney, wbooo name U._.
Tullahoisto and address la: If you fall to do no. Default
Box 2112. Charles J Luke. II will bo entered against you for
Flo. 32304 or call Jim Xob- ". North lUdcvwood Avenae the relief demanded In the bill

37S-20S3. Gainwilte.Flo Dayton>> Reach. .ti'.A.! of "_.."laL TIM nature of said
rson. not later t- D.. suit being. for

If you fall Default my hand and seal
will be .. ..Jo.hIthe : you f*>r of said Court this lit day of
Notice is hereby given that the office of Supervisor relief demanded In U.. bftlf February A D. IMIOBOMIK .

of Elections Flagler County Florida will complaint. The nature of said M. MOODY
ault bemc. far Clerk of said ClrcwH
be open for registration of voters beginning DIVORCEWITNtWlH Olden

gE sST March 7 through April 6, 1968 from 8:30 a. m. of said Court my t..hand. Mtk and day seal of ( /11Julia.l) R. Honor

R P until 4:30 p. m. Monday thru Friday, and Saturdays February( A. I).:ItttrHOftOt M. WOODY Deputy Feb Clark S. l(. It M. ....

until 12
8:30 a. m noon.
Oerk of said CtrouH
Mary E. Smith 4> urtOmvml Added t'lnphaalaIll be put

( Heal) turf course for fillies and

Supervisor of Elections Buys/ Juli Clerk h. HarveyDeputy on crass races on the Infield

Feb IS, It. Mar T. ..-... mares next winter at ULtI.ah.CLASSIFIED .


1 ft-THE rtAGLIR TMMffC THVH&. rSMMUUtr M. H68 Uihea is other ......*. Alas, \IIUI'Rd\I.L' + TOOTH! AMBKT CAftV** TSAM

_- ateiwR. fishtail. basset KAWft 711..AT .
......... ........ DeLand. rather 8M ioAi .iMOff
Crop I .( the Claaa B BanhetlMll -
Lapse and Cress Cae Garret MIler NMwo
t "SA7R7S SprlnfS. The osrnpadliow I will New g+m. aM white eel- at Tgumamtnt Father Lapse will High besteyed basketball toss ........
be rather tough fcr a new forms are ready for the ram
this Thursday. Friday saasoe as t=UL'HIMe (hangs
team DeLand and 9L A..ff4Mtlne memberss h.wy have whitecaps Gym
and .nd IN the
and SaturdayBwuteU n runner-up
NorcsBHS are bath Claaa A ..... wish green Mils and "'
will meet Sanford t esise.rroe "C' B roiwtbaUTurnamewt
and Pierson. has weR sewrai. white *Iris with greea numbers -
Naval Academy at 8:31: Thursday at Lakeland, aemrdlsg -
stale champiofMhta with hi back and green bull-
night If they wm dUI to Coach NlecertTtlaehd
their nine.Thirty dogs M trans
TEAM gale they will face Oviedo +ear.
boys hew reported Games have been scheduled at 7 P. M. Friday The leak The Carver eager played
Caach Joe Kirkland announced for cnnHi-*pwit-- H.wever. Kirkland on Tuesdays Friday and will be Saturday night. Bvoohsvtiie In the tournamentand

that for the Ant time saM he te navtec a dHB Saturdays. Most of the game Bennett Cagera have net beat them ...-.. puahn
In many yean Bunneil High cult time getting organiseddue will be at 4:00 in the after played Sanford Naval Academy them ahead for second place.
School will .Held a baseball to conflicts with other noon since very few fieida are thto seaaon. Hewever. It
team In a regular school sport. Basketball which lighted The Bunneil field .Is is known that Oviedo has !hada Team members Everett
.league should be over by now has on the playground east of the very good season. The Bun- Murphy forward ,and James
A series of 10 garnet hat been extended due to the fad school house The first gameis nell Varsity has a record' of Glddens,. center guard, were
been scheduled on a home that tournaments were postponed March 5 with St Augus 17 wins to 9 losses for the named to the All Conference
and away baste with St Aug because of teacher tine. season. Team Blackshear said

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