The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
March 7, 1968
Publication Date:


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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


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Revival Set RE-ADVERTISE Buys DraglineAt


Mar. Monday MeetThe
For 10-15 The Bunnell City Commission

Revival service' at the voted to re-advertise forbids Flagler County Commissioners .

Fin<< &tftoEHllC Charelt. Hun for a I960 heavy-duty met Monday in

nell begin Sunday. Mardi 10 van type truck for use at the regular session and opened

and will continue through' riff's....., department at a bids on a new dragline. Two

Friday. Mach' IS. Bev. Oliver meeting Monday Mtttt. t bids were received. The low

Ta,... pastor of the church' Otter commission' business bid of Florida Equipment

announced. Included'Accepted Company of Orlando was accepted

Delivering the sermons will the lone bid of for $18376.46 Inetudng -

be Rev Robert M. Jenkins of Penasahalt, Corp of Lakelandfor < tradein of old machine.
Pint Methodist Church San- Only one bid was receivedfor
111 teM of asphalt at $9
teed. Rev Jenkins te a graduate per ton, for paving Booe Ave sale of old Northwest drag
line in the amount of HM5. It
of Chandler School of
from Chapel to Peach Streets;
Theology and has been! pas and Peach Street from Boos to was accepted.The .
ter of Wesley Memorial. St. Canal Avenues Bunnell Timber Company

Petersburg Hendrlcks Memo bid of 510 per cord for
Took no action on a request
rial. Jacksonville and First tree length logs or $7 per
Church at Sanfard. from Daytona Beach Realtor cord for pulpwood fer sale of

services James Townsend to change of timber< on the Bunnell. Airport
Rev. Taylor Mid
the city zoning! ordinance toPf'I'JftIt Ranger Bundy points out interesting artifacts In: new Museumat
will begin at 11 o'clock Sunday was accepted.
Bulow State Park
morning, but subsequent permanent house the timber sale must be used
homes at a site on Deen -- 1
services will be at 7:30: each on the airport pl'fmisf's.Prfoseont .

evening. He also said there Road. MILLER AND PORTE BUNNELL plans are to erect an
Agreed to meet at 7:30: p. m. office nest to thehangar.
will be special music at each building
service.At Tuesday night to canvass ELECTED AT ELECTION It will be used by the
the conclusion of the election. ballots. Civil Air Patrol as well as pi-
Voted to have Florida Power
lots the .
morning service next Sunday using airport.Howard
there will be a picnic dinner and Light Co install 7500 Miller and Max Forte In Bunnell. returnedtwo Lerch, chairman of

"on the grounds' lumen mercury vapor streetlights : were elected' by the voters Incumbents to their posts Flagler Recreation Advisory ,

Rev. Jenkins spent two at the corner of Pine of Flagler Beach to fill the and elected. a new city commissioner Board presented the! recommendations

years of his young boyhood and Lambert Streets and two commission seats in the to serve two year of his board to

here-1934-36-when his late Church and Lambert city election' Tuesday Miller terms in the city's election the County Commission. They

father. Rev. James E. Jenkinswas replace the old incandescent led the race with 174 votes Tuesday. Included $500 for teen dancesat

minister of the local lights. and Porte received 161 votes. About sixty-six percent of Flagler Beach, chairs for

Methodist Church. His mother The clerk reported several Incumbent Floyd Collins th city's registered voters wentto Haw Creek St Johns Park and
dishes and utensils
now resides In Vero Beach. cooking received 152 votes In his unsuccessful the polls. A total of :303 Espanola Community Centers

Rev. Jenkins has served on were missing from the Civic bid for one of the voters of 465 registered cast hula hut at Beverly

the Conference Board of Missions Center kitchen. posts. ballots to fill the three commission Beach. 300 for Bunnell for

District Secretary of Voted to pay the current Other candidates. seeking posts. softball field and recreation

Radio and TV. monthly bills.but election. were Keene Gurnee Reelected to serve. on the and $1.500 to be put in a special -

Many of the older membersof took no action 106 votes; Charles Missinne commission were Shelton savings fund to be used

the local Methodist Church on ts.83 delinquent wateraeroun 71 votes; Les Waterman 69 Barber who received 167 votes for a major project to benefit

remember the Jenkins family Ynedto transfer$3500! from .\'eIH. and BotarU. law 26 and Martin MeDan4el who received 'the entire community. This
and will welcome Rev. Incumbent Commissioner projPd'would be determinedlater.
votes. 148 voles. Hubert Pel-
fund of the
the city's
Robert Jenkins back. Willis McOowall did defeat The Board approved the!
lacer received 164 votes to -
water department to the 19,6waffot'
entire of recommendations
not seek reelection listing
system fund Incumbent O. K. llerr
A total of 398 voters of the
received 120 votes.
Read letter from Postmaster
MAX IDLESON DIES 590 registered voted. Thfort'WHt' A motion was passed adopt-
Ray Mercer suggestIng Levi Brannam also a candidate
15 absentee ballots. ing a resolution commendingthe
IN DAYTONA BEACHMax the local 1 postal zip codehe for one of the commfe- Flagler County Teachersfor

added to the name of the Mon seats received 91 votes. I
Idleson Daytona remaining on the Job
when the BEACH PTA SUPPER A will elected by the
Beach died February 28 in community city mayor thruout the teacher walkoutIn I
water tower is repainted.Agreed Commission at a later date.
Halifax Hospital Daytona SATURDAY Florida
to issue $,0 -
a permit
Beach, after a brief Illness.
Mr. Id k>son was a former resident to Coronet Studios Nashville The Flagler Beach Parent FORMER BEACH RESIDENTDIES

of Bunnell. For a number Tenn., for soliciting Teacher Association announced VOCATIONAL IN ST' PETERSBURGWord II

of years he has owned the photo sales In the city next they will have a spaghetti TECHNICAL has been received" of I

Idleson Building in Bunnell. week. supper on Saturday March 9. the death of O. Celeste. Tolan

Interment was March 1 in from 5 to 7 p. m. The supper SURVEY MADEThe Murray who died February 1

Daytona Reach Survivors are DON'T FORGET will be held at Flagler Beach Slate Department of In St. Petersburg.Mrs. .

his wife of Daytona Beach a the Country Club's 18th Annual School. There will be a nominal Education conducted a surveyof Murray a former resident

brother in Sarasota and a charge Proceed from Schools this of Flagler Beach is survived -

niece In Leeaburg. Cabbage Ball. Saturda)', the supper' will be used topurchase week Flagler to determine County the potential by a daughter.

March 30 at the Bunnel Civic playground equip Funeral services were! at St.Petersburg .
for a vocational technical
Center. mcnt for the school and interment" was
school In Flagler County.
at Royal Palm Cemetery.CALENDAR .
The survey team is headed

IN TALLAHASSEEAt t by II. L. McCauslin, Sr.,

Area Consultant, State Department
the of State Superintendent -
request of Education.The OF EVENTS
Floyd survey includes a studyof Today. March 7-Flatter
County Superintendent Beach City Commission meetsat
<;. Harris and school board the present program
building facilities and occupational 7:30: p. m.
member< Dave Perry man a*
interests'! of students Band Parents Associationmeets
tended a special meeting in Ph
Tallahassee Friday to hear in grades! 7 thru 12. All students at 8 p. m. in the BUS

in these grades Ailed band room.
the State report
Superintendent Sunday March 10-Korona
out a Student OccupationalInterest
the l"Omprotnltw.the
on Form to determinethe Community Club meeting.

State Cabinet was attemptingto the needs of students for future Monday. March 11-Bunnell
work out to
Methodist Church Revival
teacher walk-out crisis. years.A
7:30: p. m. each evening thru
is being made of
Both Harris and Ferryman survey
reported that School Boards adults in Flagler County to Friday.
Tuesday March
and Superintendents over the determine their occupational
of Wars meet at
ana Foreign
state were not very receptiveto interests. If the school is established
8 mat tht post home,
be availablefor
the proposal of making it will

the FEA a negotiator with the high school students and Moody Blvd.Bunn.U .LIons Club willmeet

individual school boards. Also adults.
at 12:13: at the Bunnell
since several counties have Flagler Beach Lions President Floyd Collins receives pair of The Chamber of Commerce Civic Center.

already accepted resignationsof used glass frames from Lion Tommy Durrance. Collecting is cooperating with the School Eastern Star meets at 8. p.
some resigned personnel, Board on this project
used glasses is a Uons Project m.
they could not agree to rehire. An adult Occupational: Interest Idlewood Club will meet at

all personnel. Christian finally ELDON KNIGHT JAMES M. WILSON Form will be sent to all 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs.

withdrew his proposition DIES IN TAMPA adults thru the schools and W. W. Deen.

without asking for a vote APPOINTED TO James M. Wilson 6. fatherof the press hopes each adult Flagler Beach Boy Scout

of confidence HOUSING BOARD Bernie Wilson Flagler will fill out an interest form Troop No. 495.Wednesday .

and return It to school. Students March 13-
of State Tom Beach died of a heart attack ,
TIDE TARLEFot Secretary will take the forms Flagler Woman's Club meetsat
Friday. March 1 at St. Joseph
Ilarda-;: Adams announced the commissioning
LOW of Eldon Knight.Bunnell Hospital In Tampa. home to their parents. 2 p. m. at the clubhouse,
AJU. PAL AJL PAL as a member of the Funeral services were conducted The Flagler Tribune Is Central Ave. Flagler Beach.
Day County Housing Au Monday afternoon at printing a copy of the Occupational The Country Cub will meetat
1:54 7:54 7:54 Flagler
7 1:42
He replaces John Mo 2:00 and Interment was at Interest Form on 8 p. m. at the home ofJl'I.
9:00 9:00 thority.
8 2:36 3:00 :
after Tampa.Mr. Page 6. Adults are urged to Marshall Crews. Plans
10:06 Intosh who resigned
9 3:42 :
on the and Mrs. Wilson anddauihtft'S fill out this form and returnIt for the cabbage ball will be
10 4:42 5:06 11:00 11:00 serving many years
and George WIck. to any Flagler County discussed.
11:54 Authority. Mcintosh was
11 12 5:36 6:24 6:48 6:00 12:01 11:48: 11:59 chairman. Knight is a farmer line of Flagler Beach attended school or the School Superin Bunnell Boy Scout Troop No.

13 7:12. 7:30 12:42 1:12 In the Haw Creek area. the services. tendent's office. 472 meeting.

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Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our: own Immediate
problems that we forge we are in a war and that our "home
town" boy and gH are serving 1ft the armed fortes throughout -
the weenie ROUND STEAK lb $1.09I

Being in a newspaper. office we are in eteser contact' with our
servicemen than are most of you. We vIsit with many of the I

boy* who come home. We receive letter from a number of them. U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED I & ROLLED" !
We read letter they have written home. And, we talk to parents -

and families of servicemen. BOTTOM ROUND Ib. 98'':
For us at home there i* not too much evidence of a war ROAST
going on. There 1 a. no shortage of sugar. Gas and tires are not or RUMP

rationed There is no price freeee on what we buy or sell.

We are not hammered into buying war bonds or funding U. S. D. A. CHOICE

the U. S. O. We do not even have a special war tax. Everythingis

going on as usual. CHUCK ROAST Ib. 49;
Lest we forget, though there are many Flagler County
youths who had to leave their young families, who had to give
up going to college, who had to give up a good Job. who had to
give up a car on which they had been making payment
Some of them are getting some good travel and perhaps Herman's Pure Pork Country Style G. C's "Own" PURE PORKSAUSAGE

learning a worthwhile trade. Other are lonesome. Several aIn
camps located In subzero weather. Others are in camps SAUSAGE
awaiting assignments they know not where.
Still others are In Vietnam in the thick of battle being shot lb. Ib*. $4T 79
59e 3
at, and sometimes hit trying to save a country they probablynever
studied about In school geography. Some are discouraged

that because of international relations, they are not even allowed Valleydale "SMOKED" (6-8 Ib. Avg.) SLICED FREE
to win the war they are fighting

Others get the newspapers from the "States" and read about

riots, strikes, demonstrations, draftdodging, hippies crime, PICNICS lb. 39 <
draft-card burning and a general apathy towards government
Sometimes they have to wonder if America is worth saving

Lest we forget let all of us take a moment when we read
these humble thoughts to express a Thank you boys. We-
hope that we. as part of a great country, are worthy, of your SMOKED NECK BONES-TURKEY

sacrifices." I WINGS-SMOKED HAM IIOCKSLb,. $100 I

John A. Clegg

remedies to aid I and relieve Bush's CUT No. 303 Can
suffering, the increased volume
I Too Late of advertising Indicated GREEN BEANS 5 For $100 MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
that none of them were effective
enough to stem the risIng
To Classify title of human sufferingAs Yamy No. 2t/a Can SWEET

I if there were not enough POTATOES 2 For 49c
sy Busssll Ray dfeoasos and maladies to contend 1: 1 49c

There may be flying i saucers with they recently Invented .
but I don't believe' any of a new one which they. Del Monte 6>'j oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
them ever' had the courageto call the "&tahs". It apparently CHUNK For i
land, much less confront ariskiest Is designed for people 3
of this crazy world. who haven't been able to
Net if they have been listening place a finger on just what" is Kraft 18 oz Tumbler KRAFT i
l to our radio and television the matter with them. You GRAPE Ea'
commercials. They wouldbe have to have some kind of Intelligent JELLY 19c
afraid of being contaminated. answer" when a ORAr GE JUICE
neighbor asks "How are Giant SizeJOY
)"oo!" Si you can mumble in
Can you Just Imagine a EAch
group of little green rites huddled your heard "I guess l'\r got 59c
around their television the Blahs. There .is nothing .
set feeding Into their computers really wrong with me but I Bottle
facts and Information jut don't feel right. So they
about earthlings for transmission rush to the drug store and get CARNATIONEVAPORATED
to their home planet some "Blah" medicine
conclusion Switching their dial to thenews MILK
1'htonly sane FROZEN FOODS _
they could reach would" be the llttligreen men
that earthlings learn. that on earth hospitalsare Tall
are a sorry $ 00
sickly lot suffering from so crowded" they are putting 6 Cans X Green GiantNIBLETS 10 oz. Pkg.
ground Itch to migraine head patients in the aisles
aches. They would report that There is an acute shortage of Limit 6 with $5.00 or more food order CORN 3 For $100
the people of this unfortunate nurses and doctors and patients

planet suffer from putrid are compelled to wait are IdaFRENCH 2 lb. pk39c..
breath, reek with an offensive hours to see a doctor or secure -
body odor, have bunions a hospital bed.Governments FRESH PRODUCE FRIES EA.
and callouses on their feet cognizant of
ingrowing toe nails, face and the situation are trying to Large Stalk PASCAL
body blemishes lobster rough alleviate It by providing For
hands falling hair, dandruff health and accident Insur- CELERY 1 29C
teeth honeycombed with cav- ance. They call it medicareand BREEZE
ities. Suffer from backaches, propose to furnish fundsto ICEBERG
headaches arthritis, rheumatism pay for hospital care and
stomachaches, shooting rest homes. LETTUCE :19C Giant
pains muscle cramps falling With their fees assured the Size 490APPLES
arches, irregularity, post nasal doctors are going ton collecting 4 Ib. Cello Bar
drip, hacking coughs, earache and encouraging patients
and a hundred other to take every conceivable EAch 49C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
maladies. test at plenty per test to
learn the actual condition of 151.-
They would report that con-
their health. There aren'tenough
stipation was a serious problem -
tired blood a common
the analyses called for
malady, along with sluggish
and bureaucras are running
livers, over active kidneys
around tearing their hair In
Irregular hearts, and stomach
add drip. an effort and the for rules those change seekingaid so r

I. sickness They would disease report and suffering that- they fast a get lot any of folks relief.die before :.i.1: ji] iI iE'till ItI

N was so widespread that ( (
l over 100 organizations were I
engaged in collecting money The United States paid
i for research to try and find a $295 an acre for the Virgin I I
I C'Unfor everything from earache Islands. Now choice residential OPEN SUNDAYS II Phone 437-3227
to birth defects. land on St Thomas (
8:00 a-rru-1:00 p.m. U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
Although the market seemed brings as much as $30.000 an
to be flooded with reliable acre. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good March 7, 8, 9, 10 and II, 1968

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cueatoftal debate was bald on 3-THE FLAOUEB TRIBUNE m...., MATCH 7. 146
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Florida Educational: Crisis J
h1 MEETS TODAY Aceeediag to sob W....... Airman Brown's assess to:
The Fteffc Be WSCB pusidrnt of Plaffer Beach About Al/C Jueasa W**. lteswn
will meet' at 9:38: Ms mamFellowship Methodist hiM Club members U.-ee
NEWS leg 1ft tM Methodist ChwtIa fK peaafe were net HC MCG los J 1W* 98418
l hall fer rtwr tec- ftwwe ef 1M real issue at APO 1M Pv-=' .. 9t" .
tl-\ ular meeting. Mfs. William Mtrite m teacher riaignattons. (-e-')
Chlmphy is in charge e( the -Nat ..Mfh liMMMrlal ...
let Lt Pa MM US Air- J8IM 1t1AKDHi
Weekly Sermon pffOffttfA tlbsatesars will DC* ........ has been provided' to ** .
Mrs. Keith Loveil a4 MM.F1DELI4 I Improve *M learning climateIn lhaaAwe.wlw Thuds, arrived WAiHINQTONM.
.... Oliver r. Tartar. Pastor last TkwMy. via )ft.Ie .
Allen hnklMeR. Wallace
the storeroom". Johnny Peinecc left
1M weckend here
BonatQ Methodist Churns
saM.Russell. for It. Lewis,
andMrs. Sunday via Jet
wish her parents. Mr
THE MEEX CLASS Barker Ontario. Clsrencc Nissen. W..I........ to loin her .
ENTERTAINEDMrs. Canada introduced the topic h1. Johnny Pt+IM<<.
and President Bob Wallace Lt Wncn I* assigned to .
there with
The beatitude have been who III statloned
Remly Murray entertained .
the Nurse at LekkHtdAk
beautiful ailed as the US Army
referred to as the the Ftdeik Class recently Fore' BAM.Airman .
attitudes. However to the at her home, East Howe ANNOUNCES (-0-) <+Mss
mind of modern man an explanation St.. Bunnetl. Mrs.. Murray Bebe Moody received"
FOR lEers SEAT Pat Barrow stationed -
to in ordronnotatlon << because the Ms discharge teem' me US
president, presided during
at Orlando Air Pare Base.
Dr. James A. GUsson. Eustte. Jew
the of words Navy after competing
business session. .
Meat think ofa announced today that he Is a spent the weekend I" 1kJ-It.M of serviee.
change. people and white color years
pink .
for the Floridahouse with his mother. M... C A.Barrow.
candidate arrive
meek' person as someone scheme was used In the decorations Bebe U expected to
of Represents tKes. 33rd He leaves. next
who" is tamely submissiveand and refreshments. home today
servile. This t is not hew District Dr. GHssen is a chlroGlfewen (-0-) week for Tampa where, he is
Pt Randy Morris. us enrolled at the University. of
this word" Is used In the beatitudes preewr.
and In the Scripturesin BEACH METHODIST MEN .. 29 year old chairman Army left Sunday via plane South Florida.
general.In DISCUSS EDUCATION CRISIS of the Lake County to return to Fort Jackson S. (-o->
The Flagler Beach Metho Republicans. He Is active<< in C. after sftendtnc the weekendin Pvt. Neal Atkinson, stationed
the beatitudes meek" diet Mens Club held a meeting Eottto Jaycees E'UStls Chamber Bunnell with his parent. at My To. Vietnam Bated
means gentle, kind and not at the Fellowship Hall on of Commerce Elks Kl- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Merris. his brother and sister in taw.
easily provoked. A temper to Monday evening Following "",." and Lake County Bey P\-t. Me"" '. new address M: Harry and Carol l Atkinson
a good thing to have, but the business meeting a die Scouts. A. Co 16th Bfl 4th Ing. Bde Saturday night Neal reported
maturity demands: that we Fort Jackson S. C. :29987ot he was fine and was interested
have control of our temper <- In hearing about
and it not have control of us. Sgt.: John Brown stationed everyone at home.He .
Yielding to God's love and In Vietnam surprised his parents
said he expected to receive
and law Is not a symbol of REVIVALFIRST Mr. and Mrs. AverleyBrown. leave next month and
weakness but of strength.The Bunnell with a radiotelephone ,
will" go to Australia for a
easy way out for a person call Saturday night week. '
is to live by jour whims from Phan Rang. Vietnam
and selfish desires. rather than METHODIST CHURCHREV. John told his folks he was
to obey laws" of God and man. getting along fine and asked COUNTY CONTEST ;
them to say hello to his Flag LAKELAND I
Freedom requires responsibility let County friends.
A person who" is gentle GUEST PREACHER His new address is Set. Local winners' of the American i I
kind and not easily provoked John A. Brown. AF U92&'J29CMR Legion Oratorical contest I
generally has more 92S3! 35 C. E. Sq. APO Catherine Harris, ftrstpll'f'
strength of character than off Begins Sunday at 11 o'clock San Francisco 96321 winner, : Raymond Krutz. \
those who generally "fly ;
The Browns also received first runnerup; and Marcia ;
the handle" too quickly. Thosewho
THEN EACH EVENING AT 7:30 THROUGH FRIDAY their first letter in several Johnston second runnerup;
God have astrength
" yield to will be In Lake Friday
weeks from their son Jim. whois City I
through their unit. SPECIAL MUSIC AT EACH SERVICE stationed somewhere in to hear students competingIn \
Ing relationship with" the Almighty
the Korea. Jim said they were liv- Legion Northern Area Ora-
meek for"Blessed they shall are inherit EVERYONE WELCOMED ing In tents atop a mountain. orical Contest. I'
the earth." Matthew 5.3.: He said the temperature dropsto They will, be accompaniedby
5 to 10 degrees below zero Mrs. Victor Buckles American
and they had four feet of Legion District Com I
snow. mander.

Nomore stooping, scrubbing and scouring FREE-LANCE DECORATORTO

...with/ a flameless electric range I OF FURNITURE, LAMPS, CARPETS. &

that cleans its own oven.




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Flagler County Insurance ,

Agency, Inc.

All Forms of Insurance

305 East Moody Blyd.I IPhone 437-3171

Bunnell, Florida 32010



IL CHA1G. Funeral Director

w r I It JOHN CAPO. Monomer


Phone ID 7-3532


The new wlf-dtaning electric ranges put an end to a messy job.
Just set a dial and the oven cleans itself-electrically 1Topcfrange I

heating units never need cleaning...spilled food bums itself oft

Pots don't need scouring...there's no flame or soot to blacken than

FLAMELESS ELECTRIC COOKING heats the food not 1M kitchen. after you see

If s faster cooler safer,more enjoyable. your doctor. .

See afl the wonderful Improvements In today's

electric ranges at your appliance dewier bring yourprescription




Mate a dm'bezt\Whtm past FUMOlSSEUCTnCftlit ...Kt cAsipr too/ 1fftUq ,

..Graduate to flameless electric cooking. ProTeutonolBUj.CHUicH .

='''a'list 1 aferawt

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SECOND ANNUAL JOHNSTON REUNION H. T. Cook. Mts. Z. G. a Maw .=. t .. -- .Miss .... whet.
Holland Jr. Mrs. M, B. Fatter slats .: a .:see gvs... ......" = = .... 511sf lbs

.... otnin5t or bls Psssat may ajrtgI 1'...... .......... A
and Mr Waiter Knaftrt ** .Mil* the cfcate. dUMO ..... .. Scads tlor each

tended th> District Two Unitod I. MaJ.. of HOtdUMC .,--,- 1M .......,It to sayi
nuul ._. N s1aM ....... a
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in JacfcsAvtlte fctool ... ofooonta fciwtorlna rirai
t: aa. srod* r rro tly or
Tuesday .+t the Jacksonville Ira**'

Woman's ,'lub. lees att.wdod. .-.-.......... .. .. The ..,..... or other person
r sir'' 1 r,. act... ee parent, off every child
Mrs. Onfc. HnjoHir of ....,... l*. ant STOW, or kin
of 0..... .- .... enfarto* M ......... to chooerin
Florida Division
rosses for chool his cMM will attendinoicr
IDC. and Mr*. HoltsM awattending .. .asst t'bsmSMash X Mold will o. ..*. under th
oMs1 chaos)
District meetings !tawsma of Zia ool ....... lor am*tuant tree chore now to proceo the ochuulyatrm used

at Leeoburg and Brs.eMinWednesday Hi other fradoo a* pru
and Friday. They uratlnDo5.n r'IM'eas' ,taw in paracrraj
It Priority of Late .twice*
sell attend dedication eeve- K.p No choice made alter .... end

monies at the UDC Jth P. .oratisw ill. :=' ul tn* ...r>nc ..-... <'nutc* period .
Iml. uc. : may b* denied for any reaon
Benjamin Museum at ElMihg- .tswsd lv hash other than ...N'rv....... in

(on FrMay. aceorinnc to MM. prvp.r boa1'ar.aI : . .. tn* event of ovrcrow.invholre ..
mad dories tIM ..-.,
J C). Craig reporter. ........ period. will have .... prlortty -
.ether persoN aettas iMrorcrowdhMi. will ... d*.
Cook and aonarewtMfMtHre. .. ... trrminad by taw .ta"' prutldad .
Bob and Evelyn its... .. in 7 An
.. for paragraph >
daughters Janet and *'7. parent or atuuint ....... Sri

.. pent the weekend in Beea Add... .. ... ...... ........ I* .Sealed Urcaua olovercrowding
will be
Pictured signinz! the register at the J B Johnston Family! Raton with their fe.thter Itato .. ._.._.. .cund choice in the manner proIs. a.
Reunion Saturday: ar* tcf to right Mrs Mar Spencer Orlando: and son In lax Pat and Marry THIS Mo** to to' be Jlod /w byIh .. for in paragraph ..

Bunnell Carl faaoertwtowaVwt-o OaV*. not 12, Teat. Health Record andother
Mrs. Manic K. rriliccr Bunnell : A. B Johnston ; GlflMc and family by srMi Kntranc* Requirement

ton Johnston. Buncel and Mrs. Katherine Bankston. Bunnell !Is otuaVM--r.*.] to arhoulchooea Any academic. trot or other
Mike ? procedure used In ....*}....
-- Friends of Mrs
T*. Mo atlMlenU to rhou4o.. .,.... ..
JOHNSTON FAMILY luncheon was served at noon. Moody formerly of Bwineil. ilaaoroom. aoctlon*. c.ouroo ur

REUNION The .Johnston Association will be sorry to learn she .If not ikplalHl.t study. or leer any other purpoer.
will be applied uniformly to all
Descendants of one of Flagler eeeted the following officers underwent surgery* last weekat tudeau without regard lo race.
..l.r'H (-ill \T' till '"" Ofn
county's pioneer families to serve the ensuing year: Orange Memorial Hospital MI.IC I "TKIri<>\ color. or of school national. will orltflo bo deniedbecau Nochoot

garnered at the Bunnell Chic Walton Johnston preMent; at Orlando Her Flagler County Naooell. Florida *. of failure at th* tim
*')l, |>BMB IMjfilArW -
Center Saturday for the second W W Deen. vice president; friends wish her a speedy PLAS lM>EKTTTii of choice to provide any health
record birth certificate. or other
annual Johnston Family Mrs. Jeanette Bertha sere recovery.Mrs. VI Of THE ''IVII.RIOHTH document The otudent will

reunion. More than sixty tary-treasurer; and Mrs. Mary by AIT III 44 or and IMItftrawlrod III SIf he. tentatively at.*Bed In acorOance -

of Ketus Holland historian Homer- the rMatenteitt. of lvl....... with the plan and Ih*
members of the family D. M Hughes. Bff ......... made and given am4rlim

John Baggs Johnston and The Johnston family ancestry vile Ga., Is expected to arrive .. I I's.-gr.gat/ow Man In to obtain any required documeat. -

Mary Ketus Carter who were was depicted on a large today for several days rt The Plaaler <'o mty publl.Mhoul promotion. .. 'urrk-procedure..... credit will,, and not

married in 1&3 at Carters- Family Tree displayed among visit here with Mr. and Mrs. wader system a !.plan bri BC adopted des.Kre'fated Inarrurd be appilod In such n way a* to

vile Florida attended the various items which Included M. B. Fuller. **** with THIe VI of the hamper freedom of cholc uf

of ties Rtsbt* Art of IMI. TSr any MudeOLII
gala event.Registration. photographs. Arms purpose of the ......,.. started at 11 and pencil sketches of several Mr. and Mrs. Henry Math- plan la to *IH..rfMt. from our k>- Altered
rhool system th racial seer.- One n choice ha* been cubmitted. .
a. and a covered dish ancestors. erly have returned to Louisville
m. 1 .Ion of atudrnt and all other It may not b* changed,
K)'. after a visit herewith form of 44rrlfn4fMitton baaed even thouoh the cholc period

BEACH HOUSECUESTS Professor and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. Bfen Math- on ,..... -oto/r. or rMtlonal ..,.- has not ended The rhorco I.
,.... bHtdimc for th* rnllre school
Schwenk of the University of erly and daughter Beth >ear to Which It a......... .>oept
Houseguestf at the Bob Walt Connecticut spent the weekend 1. Thirty lay tff.,.ac in the ..... of (1) con pellinhardehlp g

lace home at Flagler Beachare at Flagler Beach visiting PeriodKarh (2) chance of rolH -
Former residents Johnny student or btu parent, or < ce tu a place where another
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hutchinson with his brother and sister in and Carolyn Mercer now residing other adult person active a* school I* ..,...,. lit th. availability

; Dr. and Mrs. Walter Frank and Florence parent. I I. re )+wired to rtieoae the of a Mhool dectgned to fll
law at Holly Hill S. C.. visited -
Mr. and Mrs. Lome school the student will attend the M>eclal need of a physically
Wylle, Schwenk.Mrs. in Bunnell during the neat 1 Khool ,.,. Th rholrrperiud haadtcaMied vtudent. u) th*
Watson and Mr. and Mrs. will bectai on March tIM availability at another school of
Russell Barker of Ontario weekend with his mother '. and ruse April S. IMI a rourve of study required by
A. II. Durshimer visited Mrs. J. F. Mercer, and Judge the. *tudent. which U not availaM -
Canada.Mr. 1 Ktjrtanatnry L -...r. and at the, school choernU .
In Bunnell last week with and Mrs. T. K. McKnight Ifa.hwol l- were formaOn An other Aspects of

her mother Mrs. Nell Allen. the Ural day of the choice Krh ol. l>...*.,*.atrd
and Mrs. Andy Anderson period, an .rplanat' letter All hool-connected err vice.,
and children of Atlanta Mrs Daisy Buckles is visiting and this notice will he _t by facilities athletic. actlvltlo

UDC MEETS at Jesup. Ga. with hereon en'....... mall tohe parent and program are upon to all
Ga. arrived today to spenda or other adult per eon at ln< a* on a drargr4Catrd ...*... A *tu-
week. In Bunnell with Harry In law and daughter Mr. parent, .., rash. .1.....". than In dent attending thr' chool forth
NEXT THURS. achoola who ripected to Art tint
and Mrs. Brady Wadsworthand on a deaecrecated -
and Carol Atkinson and BOM. attend school the follow ln. bass hay. not b* .ub>ect to

The United Daughters of familyXe ;""lwJi" A achowl fhalco any diauwaltflcatlon or waiting with each let
period for participation In actlvltleo -
ATTORNEY SHAW the Confederacy will meet LEGAL' 'Df'ERT1".E ter. .....her with a return enelop and program. Includ-

ATTENDS TAX SEMINARAttornf'y Thursday March 14 at 3 p. m. V .. addreaaed to the >*lH>.,- l. which might oth
KHe deat. r..*.... of :rlh'.i: becaiiae h* la a
of Mrs. III II of theMNtrmenl
at the home Eugene ( qutred by
the sad the
Leland B. Shaw of .'01.....*) letter this notice tranafer student All transportation
attended Federal Tax Seminar Knight at Haw Creek. Man.* V last .boloform are freely available furnished by th* achoolatrm
to the puMtc at any school .) will also operate on a Parrottear
cosponsored by the ammunlty ho. wdoplcd Mat and at the Nuperlntendenfa OfSee d oejre..led ...*.*. ?alultie.will .

American Bar Assn and Flora FINESSE CLUB WINNERSMrs. .hool ......reflation platy Wewill the .* be dee.retated. and DOtkm
4 K. turnlnl hol e Staff will
n.. loiiMer have aeparatrMhuo4 Member loa* his po 1-
ida Bar As n. at Tampa Laura Morris was. hlthIroI'f'r tft ihlMren of differentrace ri.rmaI'arentii* because ..f race color, or

Thursday and Friday. Cl bconcluded .. Twe dear greval ion plan, and atudrnta at Ihelrpll national: origin. Thla Include
when. the Finesse > /.n. max return the lomplet- any CM where leM staff Uneeded
the H
hu been I
accepted by .
Mrs. Shaw accompanied him play Wednesdayevening Kdu......... under 11w.ell ...d...i hull e form by hand to an) because schools ar. iloed *-
by mall ( the Huperintendent -
.M. or 0 or
the Art of IMIT4ie equipment I. reduced.
on trip. Illfht
the home of )Irs.FrarK"t'S .
at a office. at any time I* Attendance Aero. JVhool
plan *tudeM -
require .
Second .ery durln. the //rr. period ( ..*... system Ue
Wads worth. or ,.. ....... thearhtiol *
Cone I. repaired for eorb ........ >. X. arran.._.., will b .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry the .'ud.'" will attend mader
Mrs. Joann Crews.MRS. .. ._ ..
high was .1. of a achool ran be .. pormUeion
their homeIn in the .....1... at hool year It granted, by thl
left for ....
Saturday oolraa a ebelee la made school
system fur .
4_. not matter which .(hoot any .'ud D'
Mt. Morris, 111., after two the .!u weeks visit at Flagler Beach COOK year. and It doe* not matterhether S ChoiKurm Infurmalktn ervo* to attend the school In
The school choice form let* another
school .
w that shoal w*. formerly y tem. whore
with Mr. and Mrs. Axel John. COMPLIMENTEDMrs. a nhHe or a NEr..rltralYou the sass.loraliona and gradesuffe.d this would tend to limit desegregation -
for each school Therraeor
and your child may *efectthe or
ston. )* for any choice made are tasty U not :uw.'a alTatudentt
H. T. Cook former Bun Mhool. you wlehA not to lie .,.,.... The form aeka without lo -
of I.
< hole* arhool required regard to race
Heand Mrs. Re>'nold nell resident was complimented fur ran.h .tudr>t. A twdrnt cannot for the atudent name Ihr arfdrea school and and a.. ofthe color or national origin No ar-
r D.ement
be nrolled at any school will be made, or
1100FI.I..r Beach haveas at a "housew arming neat f,.h.H.l year unleaa a choicethero rrentl> or lat attended. thearhool "'.'''''.1otI granted. by list.chwl .

their houseguest his sister Thursday at her new home in "f .h.s.I. I. ....... .,... spites >ear. th rhoaen.ippruprlate for the .following la-nature. System for any students
U.1tac In
St. Augustine. Hosting the affair will b a ISdaybutt.. perkd and whether the form h.. been another school system
Mrs. Walter Platt of Ca. tu attend
b.lfIn.Ies 3lareh ,. 1541, sod chool In tbs *y.....
manche. Iowa were' members of her family .......C Apol '. 1,... ....... t>> the atudent. or hi* parent Jhtf* thl would tend to limit

A i.....1... form ......... the AnI'ttrr which.r written.omrnun.n *.....I n. or where th* ot>-
o.a5Iablr ...1MooI. and .,..... /s l T"l ........., lo all
Those from Bunnell gathering .......... atttdrnt and lbschool he .
Miss Janet Walker of Wildwood his form moot b IHIl ....... to attend will he deemed olor without retard to race.
is staying in Bunnell at the Cook home for a *< out Mini r'turn.d. You istal Joel a. valid a* If submitted on or MtkHMl origin.
mull it in Itir .-lo.rd _T..1ur II. \.0.. Reported
with, her aunt Miss Lucille covered dish luncheon were. ".... 4rll..r It by .haM to atI) school the choli-e. form The upadled .by., .the, II la a violation of our deeecrrifatlon -
M huul to the ......,... .kw, )lrm. name u. for
Mrs. Mattie Pell leer. Mrs. or r the flan any _"-lot.
Walker. Janet is attending dent and achuoU theritooae >
any limp ,urt ag the *...y or teacher tu Influent or
Bunnell High School. Katherine Bankston. Mrs. ........ ....rlud. So OIM may r.- plan or will.,. not aaalcned be made to underthe pub load,.*.. .", .P.ron in tho ...,,-

Janet's parents Jinx and Alice Johnston, Mrs. Freda Xlulrr ><>u to ".. your co...... lie by school .ornrrnl. .* cnolc. or '0 threatenP
form Krf.r. th* end of tW any rn with penalties
Deen. Mrs. Jeanette Bertha <. rHcnlmr of th* t-holce FormA .,.....
Dora Walker of Wlldwood. hu/.e iN-rtod. No i>I'I'f'rr< c. will favors for any rbolfto
visited here with them Sun Mrs. Mary Ketus Holland .... Blvrti for rhooHiMT rarly ...,- a choke parent form or other may adult be clvnedby p.rsoo -.... It I* also a violation of
Inc th* hotro prrlwlNo Y1-de-r.1 rr..ulatlon -
day. Mrs. Margaret Jane Deem prlnelMl. loather or othrr who actingae ha.c...parent.... the ae A student of IS "n t 0 IftU.......'.. thrVaten.'ToIndividual -

Mrs Rosely Cameron. Mn. M hoot uArtal U p.rm4tt.d to at the time of choice, or will .r- retaliate or dlserkmina..

CHARLES TINDELL Ria Johnston and Mrs. Glen- .infturnrr.h.4rro anyone on* I* In prrmHted maktas to a "sa enter th ninth or any against.. of any Interfering with for thofTe1 the
higher trade, mar .u hla own !
da Pellicer favor .., inallM say tudr.t or choare form Th student'schoir. making of chokes **

SPEAKS AT TAMPA other. prrMMi becaucr of a rhokwma4 shall be I'04It,.....* unUaa rntw-UT'orar,11 havlag say

Local attorney Charles Tin Billy and Carol Deen and annul llnrv h.. rhancnl a rhotc rirrpt.. toad..forvrrhni it a by dtff.his,."parent. choice beforo la caseload lit.cad .- ,...... ,..*"' ... should violation report of

dell spoke to the Florida Bar daughter Caroline of Belle- h.r4.hl|>. of th. p.4111""' << which the facts lfnm>tally by malt
Sat Alas rnrioM-4 an ..pol....- the Indent e..rcl.... his choker ri-tt*". '* the "--Muca--
Assn. officers in Tampa
11.df.f'rt"' In Bunnell last tory nolle styles full .....n. of tprwrtuallca rr..ram.
urday. He described Vol usiaCountys bout the ..*.KrvKalk>n p .n. rroceaalnir. 'Holer l' tl 0I9tft of BdIk'1on. washlnbon -
weekend" to attend the Johnston No choir will b* denied furany
It ,.... you how to ...rrt.. your I I r. ZtHZ U".pbo.
legal aid program. family reunion. They under the ....n. and ...11. reason. In r.other_. where than Irr.vter.crowdtnr "..- :dtNS5777TM It.... of any

visited with their parents, Mr. you how tac h.n. .ch ol buav. lag all choicei fur any achool Perron reporting any violation
spurts and other srtietti.. .,. not *
Mrs. Leona Knight had asher would cause overrrowdtnc. theludrnt rLn. ? disclosed without his
and Mrs. W. W. Deem and Mr. brio* drararrcated.Tour nt. Any other violation of
chooclaf the school
weekend. houseguests. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig. arhool Hoard and the who llv. cloae.t to It will beassigned the depecrei.11*" plan 0" other

and Mrs. Raymond McCord of school. staff win do *v.rytbing. to that school Whenever .discr/tn/gabs.. based on rac*.
r ran to to U that the .r.
Clarkton Ma and Mr. and Among those from Bunnell rlcht of all .'u4....'. ar* protertrd n choice will I. to be be determi.-dented.overrrowdMM school /TSrffas-.wt

Mrs. Bryan McCord of Slkf'l'ton. attending the Ice Follies at ,.... Han and im that carried our out orarcrrca-.oe1re.- ed by a unlfwrm standard apt>ll.cable SABsajSssato
all ocboola .
to In the .,.
Ma the Jacksonville Coliseum tern.I a eompialnt ,.-

Sunday afternoon were Mr. "oy U HarrU.yovra.Jr *Notice of A*.tnmrnt. l.e... .at ention"of local "rt.<< .. to the
ond <(< hok-* school oSleial.,
MISS DEEN ATTENDS: and Mrs. WiHard Tucker; Mr. .H prHatrn -ttn.II .
and Mrs. Lloyd Bembry and < win be promptly ntlWd In writ- 40 helpful to do If local of.......
of cornet tll.
lag their orhool vlolassa
Charles Miss Myrlene < OH t: Or *. IKHII. |-<)H4Heovlred Pi'O...eptly.
son ; b* denlod any person tanmMar
) > .' Deem Bunnell.1967 and Misses Debbie and I by lit.I* ... the hi* =I'u of overcrowd with the 'ut. .f the vioiatisassohold

- Potato Blossom Queen- Henry m..trmrnt of .'...**..! Inc he will b* promptly notlnVdand l a":.rto them Itnraadtatelyat
Sharon Cowart Thta form I. pcoMd for you liven a choir antoog all lbe Ou* Hon
was one of the honored guestsat lo choose the aHiool your MM other ......... in the system .i.... r.. or pbon

the County Day luncheon wilt attend for the ..*tn.naehool where .***. I* avaimbleIHodent aatsmb er.

at the Central Florida Fair in )fro and Mrs Kenneth Raymond yar It.... not matterwMrk .. Movies .... the rnod
school tIN ..... has been t'.ntauwtty Herald
Orlando Wednesday.Miss : Clearwater, spent the ...."....<<. and It does hot mattr A choose of school for any ..u-....r Bmory.County Chairman Hoard of

Deen. a student at Rol weekend visiting at Flagler whether the xhool you Indent who wilt b* new .. tie l"tit-, Instruction
rhooa. was formerly a whit. or school .yt.jn mar b* mad dorlar .AU....
with his brother and
fins College, represented the Beach a Negro MrhooL No ctudrnt raa th* *prrn t-
t2!-county area at the agricultural sister In law Mr. and Mrs. lie enrolled without ni.khllf. a or at any other ttm befor* ......,.".lUrrl..........t. Jr.t hbHe
rh4c. of chooL Tht form _.tHhr h* enroll In chool An iBoa last rurls.t
affair. Vernon Raymond. b* brought to say school alary letter this n ffn and the n..ler County. Horlda4t1IE

-' ---

Taylor eeleat4 MB Miss JoAmw Wilson Bwt-
.lundt birthday at a dhsase aeY Muir School senior. has
,arty *t CMcswn Pantry feet been awarded the AeijaUBartholomew Quantity Mgkls
TlHMaeay nifffat given by Msinottur. Chapter of DAR WE GIVE Reserved
Margaret Tay- Cttiarnenlp Award. METTS
lor. Joan's MrtMat to ft*. Miss Wilson was among TOP Price.'Coed.
30. Leap Year Day. four students receiving the
Maine him tor dinner andtraditional award. Other winners were Taws., Fri., Sat.
Mfltehimilla Ot stndenls feem Seebreese High VALUE and Monday,
tIMe and Ice cream afterward Sensed Mainland
High Schml SUPER MARKET March 7 ,8, 9 and
M borne were classmates and Cama HI School in Day- .
lame Robertson Mike and tons Reach. STAMPS 11. 1966
Bobby Robinson John Cook The winners were presented 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST..
Phone 437-3201
and John McDenM.SURHB5E .
awards and pins at a Tea I
Wednesday afternoon In Daytona -
FARTT Rene n. Miss Wilson and Armour Star Grade "A" (Quick Frozen)
FETES COUPLE her mother. Mrs. Bernie Wll-
and Mrs. Rktoard Math BAKING HENS 39
en. Favorita. celebrated their Lb.
:36th wedding' anniversary FATHER DIES
Sunday afternoon at a surprise I I
party given by their son M. Bamhlll. 80. of Meaty Pork (3 to 5 lb.) FRESH Lyke's (Smoked) Sliced !
and daughter in law. Mr. and
Mrs. William Mathen at their. Jacksonville passed away
Favorita home. Tuesday March 5 following SPARE RIBS PORK STEAKS PICNICS
a long illness at Donovan'sConvalescent
An artistically decorated 'lb. lb. lb.
Home Jackson
wedding cake, asserted deltaaHes ville. Mr. Barohill was thefather 49c 5ge 4ge
and punch served
of Mrs Edna Kendall -- -- --- -- --
to twenty Invited guests. Haw Crrek. Tender Sliced Meaty Pork Lean Fresh
Out of town guests included
Miss Dora Schellla Mr. He was in the contracting
and Mrs. Irvin RItz of Rochester business In Jacksonville for
Minn; George Mathen. many years.Survivors Ib.
Tucson Arizona: Mrs. Robert Mrs.Include Kendall; Mrs.fourdaughters 29e 5 $1 2 9ge
Mathen. Atlanta Ga.; Mrs.
Jehn Harris, Cocoa; Mr. and J. L. Weaver Mrs. J. H. Ilyslrr
Mrs. Roger La ban, Ormond; and Mrs. Gary A. Martin of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cartright. Jacksonville; two stepsons A..
L. Jacksonville and STEAK STEAKU.
Jackson ; SALE
Ormond; Mr. and Mrs. H.
Cadet S. c.
Hansen, S. Daytona. Other Jackson Florence ;
a brother, Simon Barnhlll.Jacksonville .
guests were Tom and David
)Iath Favorita. ; nine grandsons.;
Funeral services will beheld
Fronds of giant Pacific kelp, this morning at 11 a. m.
'lb. SIRLOIN 1b.
the world's fastest growing In Estes Krauss Funeral. CHUCK STEAK 59C STEAK 99C
plant may extend a foot a Home!' 618 Laura St. Jackson
day.say the National Geographic yule Relating.with Dr. Robert Witty of FAMILY STEAK. 69C T BONE STEAK "* 11S



a 34 4q PLATE STEW 3 Ib. $100< Beef SHORT RIBS'Ib 49e


Pillsbury (Plain or S. R.)

tPictured J f FLOUR Bag 5 Lb. 47Limit

t (1) w purchase of $5.00 or more food order

from left to right are Warnell Williams Ernest John Florida Grade "A" (Medium)
son. Bobby Nelson John Ccr-k, George Revels and Jimmy Gid
dens with Runner Up Championship Trophy


I wish to express my appreciation to all the

residents of Beach who turned
Flagler out to cast Limit (2) Doz. Please
their vote in the March 5th Election for two City

Commissioners. YOUR CHOICE OF COFFFEShurfine
Although I was not elected, I am grateful to

everyone who voted for me. Shurfine

CHARLES (Chuck) MISSINNEBRING Tin Ib. 2?i lb.7

Limit (1) of your choice with purchase of $5.00 or more food order


Martha White (Plain or S. R.) AlaCa (16 oz.)

MOTHERS DAY SPECIAL 5 lb.BaC' 16 oz.Btl. .

Quick Shurfine ((303 Can)

1-16x20 Life Size 5 Ib.BaC. SLICED Cans

PORTRAIT OF YOU OR ANY MEMBER OF Lara Lynn (1 lb. Box) Shurfine (303 Can)


only $395 Produce Frozen Foods Dairy

Golden Yellow

10Mra. (13 Oz.) Kraft FreshOrange
Lk.. .......
DAY, MARCH 11th FROM 12 NOON TIL 7 P. M. : CREAM PIES, $-*(00 Juice, '

Fresh Crisp 3 For ... ..... A /, CaL.... .. 7V6 .
No Appointments Necessary LETTUCE,
Head.............. Z1C Master Chef Table Ready
Groups $1.00 for each additional person Fresh CrispCELERY French Fries, Oleo,

2 Lb. Bat.- ... 33Solid.. Pktv. .... .35C
ONE' OFFER TO FAMILY Stalk......._......... 17 e

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$,-rue rxjteLEx TMMKC TK9B& MARCH 7. $61 BOY SCOUT TROOP survive In the weeds '"Jr vMfcrn. Assistant Si&tttMAAtaf; JMW
leg Mw tie trap lee feed. make Davis Assistant Breutasaster;
FA0W9M PLAT ..*.. HAS CAMPOUT a Are on a relay day and and Scants Grady "....., .
Of CM TIERS EASTER The veteran Patrol esm- IWjr Scout Troop 499 had a hew tit 1M tA* way aeend Buddy Meat. Oalf Wll>dsr,
The CMWeet drama is MW MMNIH Floridians Ie Given Bar Camp-out last week the weeds and back te dvfl- Jail Main Bedlroy Law, Jan
In Its Mrh season In Lake keep 1ft mind that "but aeei- end.' The Flagler Beeeh Troopwas titian by>> use of a ......... Courts Mark '"-mcIIM, Terry
Wale In a huge amphfeheatre dent problem is essentially. of hoot to several membersof Attending the camp-out McNItt. Wayne Hutch-
The play is presented on our own making and can ROt Bunnetl Troop 472 were Howard Hollenbacn. son. Buy Dunson Jon Wilder
a 360-feot ...... be Mamed on touHeta. To Improve The Scouts corned how to Scoutmaster Mike Ensley. and Carl Lerch
our record we must improve .
Regular performances are ... .:L..ii.-- '" -- -
given' at 7:30 p. m. Tuesdays. our own driving. { .
Thursdays. and Saturday "As we roll out the welcomemat P 4' ;or .
""" 9T
{ xYd
for drivers from other S+
and at 6 p. m. on Sundays
through April 14. Easter Sun statessaid Kirkman, "good 41
advice might be 'Mr. and Mrs.
day. .
but ,,;:. ......
During Holy Week starting Visitor, look out for us; '. ,;'
we. can be even more hospltable .
April 7, extra performances of '.
the colorful drama will. be presented by showing good driving
on Wednesday. and manners.
Good Friday nights at 7:30: w
o'clock. These are In additionto HOSPITAL NOTES

the regularly scheduled ADMITTED: John Taylor
performances.' Gertrude Brumer. Irene
Breece.' Robert Missinne Flag
COLONEL KIRKMANAt let Beach; Thomas Reese, Garner
the height of the winter. Sanders Gloria Twigg,
tourist season, the Florida Arthur Jones Janice Min
Highway Patrol said today show Idella" Jenkins, Ettie
that local drivers not tourists, Hunter, Sharon Patrick. Jack
are responsible for most of the Earl Hall Bunnell.; William
State's traffic accidents O'Green. Jack Davis. Ormond .
Colonel II. N, Kirkman, director Beach; Rebecca Mutter k
of the Department of HalncH City; Linda Fontaine
Public Safety said "When our Deland; Ruth Hogan. Deland
highways are crowded with Ruby Tillman. Astor; Sophia
Inter visitors, we in Florida Abdken. Ormond Beach
tend to forget that 80 per cent DISMISSED: Henry Kunz 4
of our accidents involve local man, Gary Dodgen. Mavis
drivers within 25 miles of Missinne, Joan Parrish, Harold .
home." Allman. Dorothy O'Neal. .f w
Only seven per cent of drivers Irene Durrance. Joan Harper.
In accidents are from out Helen Wood ft n. Oberle Jackson Tenderfoot Scouts of FlogUr Beach Troop 49S back. Assistant Scoutmaster Mike Enstey
of state according to the Pa- Jim Johnson. are shown with Scoutmaster Howard HolUnand Assistant Scoutmaster Jtrrr Doris.
.. ._-.. ... ,.. ,.... .' FLAGLER COUNTY SCHOOLS


0 1. Name and Address __ _____ ___ __
(Last) (First) Middle)

VOtUSIA MINIMUM S3.000-30 DAYS 2. Last Grade Completed: -_ So* ARe-
NATIONAL 3. Are you now enrolled In a vocational course?

Ph. 677-1217 17S W. Granada

Ormond Btach. Florida Please list: _

4. Do you expect to continue jour education after high school (College, pursing, business
;:;- =; :;:-= -: !
4 :!__ technical, etcJ __ __ _
Yes No

:5. Did you nish high school _

107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 6. If no would you take a high school course or training It available In vocational O<"nIpa.

BUNNELL, FLORIDA lion of your choice? Yes_ No-

FREE ESTIMATESBAR 7. If industry were to locate In this area, would you be available for employment Yes_

No_ __

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS 8. If so. list areas In which you already have attained skills_ ______

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving --. -
9. If you are interested In a vocational course, please Indicate below your first second, and third
Laminated Plastic Fronts
Upholstery choices etc. Place a "1" for first, a "2" for second and a "3" for your third choice on the lineto
the left of the item number. You may indicate as many choices etc. as desired.
orders filled within IS working dors. Now Serving
all areas in 7$ mile rod. of BunaeU. 1. Accounting It Bookkeeping ___43. Mechanic, Aircraft
2. Advertising __.44. Mechanic Auld
CALL COLLECT Day 437-3S13 Night 4392571EVENING
3. Agriculture ? _45. Mechanic Boat
PLANNING ARRANGED 4. Air Conditioning It Heating __ 46. Millwright

5. Alterations & Tailoring _47. Nurse. Licensed Practical

6. Appliance Service Repair _48. Nurse Registered
7. Auto Body Repair & Painting ___ 49. Nursery School AssistantS
Auto Parts Clerk _50. Nurse's Aide
I BINGO 8:00 P. M. 9. Baker __ Jl. Office Machines Operator

10. Barber _- 32. Painting It Decorating:
11. Beautician _-53. PBX Switchboard Operator

TONIGHT (Thursday) 12. Boat Builder ___54. Plastering
13. Cabinet Maker _.55.. Plumbing and Pipe Fitting

FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL 14. Carpentry 56. Printing
15. Cashier ___ 57. Public Relations
-SPONSORED BY- 16. Checker Grocery ___58. Radio-TV Service & Repair

17. Clerk, Hotel or Motel 59. Real Estate Occupations
Disabled American VeteransJim
I 18. Clerk Office __ 60. Restaurant Hotel Services

Booe Chapter No. 86 19. Commercial Art __61. Restaurant Management
20. Cook or Chef or Cook's Assistant ___62. Retail Store Management
21. Decorator 63. Route Salesman

r 22. Dimensional Quality Control (Inspector6t. Salesman General
Wfcenyo. 23. Display and Art _65. Secretary It Stenographer .

24. Drnftsman _66. Service Station Management
DISTANCE "LET -.25. Dressmaker _67. Sewing Commercial

__6. Electrical _68. Sheet Metal Worker
MEANS ,r GEORGE _27.. Electrical Lineman _69. Surgical Technician

DO III"! 28. Electro-Mechanlcal Assembler _70. Technician (Dental, Medical,
29. Electronics Laboratory, or X-Ray)
s. __ 30. Fashion Design _71. Telephone Operator
Wo Par P***ofl. **W rUse
__31. Floras _72. Tile or Terrazzo
DBF ave-By-Mail" Service 32. Heavy Machinery Operator _73. Tool It Die Maker

s..d M d6M P. wr r.iy..i{ IierI r6.1 33. Hostess (Dining Room) _74. Travel Agency Occupations i
31. liotel-Motel Management _75. Truck Driver I

.35 Housekeeper Hotel) _76. Upholstery or Slipcovering :
3& IBM Operator _77 Walter or Waitress i
ead { .37. IBM Programmer _78. Watch Repair I

38. Insurance Occupations _79. Welder
39. Law Enforcement .-80. Woodworking
Sao ss s. .s.. __40. Machlnest --8L Writer

MANCN Of PKI.Mm*./ 01 I **SMM* .41. Masonry -82. Other:
_42. Meat Cutter


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JOlt SAUE 1MB FM4 Osia ?-ThE PLAN D8J.J&! IIHL. MAItCR 7. 1000
IhAL A.ftIR..I.......
CLASSIFIED *e ,.. 4.. MM SMMtiea ,
r. .. yon ar* hereby roMlrd .. tt.
aikl .... .... SMM9.Mar. ...'1'1III1.....CIftGWIT. .... *ft.C'M' ........... ....AL A.71'....... your ...wr with the Clark .,

ADVERTISING CaN _.... -...... A nentnswMatte. this CMrt. and to MTV a usertBro.r
Iq r_ 1IJ.1'"UtU&'Sfo.-, iii NH spsw the s1./1N1 aei.latllr..ttora.y
7. 14-24C : I'I I, korawy .***. fcktIS ..... mm
>*t Plantar flnuM. OS*. sddlm .'
554 I.t'Kariss
II; FOR SALE:-PekstaMes.. .. tiol. [ 'Utrlrt. rtna-l-r led IWnch BMn J L..... II

cartel Roes cabinets chairs **11'I'1'" ""RKP..I at rtorMa.tko *.will.... a-ace..,.*.t stew sea ...... ... North RI4.....< Aria

north of rt. lr Breh, Ma- BonHl.
steel shelving docks coaier. >4**.. H tf* iMCriM** ". AIA u.*to and unitII IS-: IMtaC( :than Marsh--A. D.
HATE-4c yn wort. Minimum I blueprint lie air compressor.misc. TUB STTATB* 4)*rm" !AlMIDA.HI"RKp TOHatfcMAN : l V on W>dn oSay finrrk II. 1....
RM. If fall to 4o -. PifttaUwill
will k
less. at which ttoa *
dlw9e per tissue $1.00. office Mipment.. LetiithPoHUnd 0. Roc istdihlrnnt _n.d L for th. eeasrvethS of h* ontvrod aaatoH ra lortk
.. n...... < < la fh kaU
Cement Phone4393IN. ( *
Co. anoroitaautoly two
SEPTIC TAKE deal Yaes a.. 1M... n..u..d tbt a :..-r'west of SMMfn rMaxtor t'ass. ., tls .,.. Mt.r. of aiM
c; drslll Mar, 7. 14. 21.Me salt has toss nl wl a.alnt you Plow and .seIA.a-. ff
Reich IMtaHefS: Rota.Relax --- _- Mi th. nhaw* *. I.d rau**. esMl t.... may h. ravIwad. a* lb.uSe. MVOttfKWITNBM
STEREO COJf50LE *... ar hjatofcy f iulrj( to .. ... '
and a, .
HAM tttttl Reasonable. prices. with ih. lark .fthtoCourt. a "rvy Mr Bawd sad seat
WITH RAdtO vs. nnw .. ** & aN.lwttta.wt. (....... .* ..M Oo.rt this Nib day tot
Call George J.,... 437-3410 nM t rw n. (IMI rvuwpiw, v n-u. 14r.i ..... lbbrtlar A. O. IMCOWMlOlt
81.UIA1'i Take up payments on 2 monthold Ilse.1l.... Nalattf...... .r i M. MOQOT
beautiful stereo console :.:la.=. ..: w.: ::1-= )6r.Jtr tytw.a(Vitas a. qa cluck of MM Cli l K

) OR WOMAN Wanted tosupply like new. 4 speed" record' ...... C'eufot

RawMffh Product to chanter. Balance due $68. or .....lllsl0.. lb.ri4- .1'/... Ioss I. M-..o.ri.i' (0fIdtt.Bjra-.aU/ .I.... R Harn
conoumffs in Flagkr Countyor pay $8 a month. Phone EM.LRCl' .* not ktr .... A|.rll (. A D.. .. 5et-.Ita4.- ..nty Clerk
NE Voluria County. Good !"'. K.h, IS. St. Mar 7. llte
Jacksonville 368.19-16
If row fat M 4' ao. DefeuHwtM wl'rr.sa51 bidder to tp1en4pitiirw4
time to Mart No experienceor anytime No obi IpUo". A-l ho nnHiM* aa lnat you INr' sod ,...., at IAeWlhp Pmears. LEGAL ADvRRTIEsils'17

I Investment necesMry.' See Musk Center 1606 Main St.. : *nla* *it ,TM. H.nature'of a kW MuH .... .
hMdr will h
ucrraoful ma- IV TUB UH.'IT 44HHT. ,.HV.lTII .
or write Peter R mQMt>ft. 390 Jacksonville. Fla D.NHT tar 11454 follow!** th* I......'. Jllmltk 4IH41IT.

N. Arlington Ave.. Deland or March 7. 14. 21. :28-4tc W IltyVVk .t: tafrotatloo of .*.. IV AVI MIH ...........K
fW KM rtatr Ma aiHaU
rttk .aith.arr.t 40I\T1.! KLOHIDt. tltlk
write RawWgh Dept Fla-360- of 5514 a I
<'. .I ntotrtrt. AMH we CMMia4o ACTIO0. 1ST. lilt.
815. Memphis, Tenn. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER r .4 tthal/wK/T *.H. .....,._ tko tiejIH THOMAS KDWASU> HAHHBTT.

1-18 21. 15 :29. 3 7. Sf,. Remington Lightweight good (,;;'iI" ar .a.'Irrtllt C*.rt .to. .......I..U.. any and.>forn ail alHI.kM..std.. t.. I'lalntlffPATRICIA

condition. Has balance of ( )nVIJ Host) ..... .
on* ANNE (IARRiI'IT.laf..Iaaat .
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet 994. or pay 97 per month. Ph. B njnJ4r y M .JsM* R Har_y Saul KUT ier Moa..ulto Control

KalWh TI... M. tW. IHMrtctUyman \OTI. I: OK "l IT
us help beautify Flagter COLLECT Jacksonville 363 '
L.I :L.7a.4t': IN THE "AJO or ma: r'AT5:
County. Large variety of evergreens <**>!. Will deliver without LEGAL AD"E-It"'I'1.ft Itc or )RIDA.

palm, hedge plant obligation.March I' TIIK IHfl IT 4111 r run TOPATRICIA..,.,. ANNE OAKjr .

5H miles S of Btmnell on 7 21 28-4tc LEGAL AUtKBTUHMBSTiv lets
14. ,.. ....!K 10I\T1. "'WH.II' .
II.... .. .......
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc --- -- t TIIK <-... ...T'H..." HMfiJBT*
4'It II. ,.'tt4bin. Sll YOU ARE Ni>TIPIBO -
4-411 MT KkAULtiHrM <<:ot' T'.
RESOLUTIONTEACHERS 1IJISIltNT r ivii' 'fit that an action for 41-
FOR SALE Large console t'laiaK. 1luntITI NIII% : \.. 544. ...... has bean Mod ......., you

cedar chest with beautiful veneered OF FLAGLER .L..t IN MS MM at* ufLUWIl and you ar. r.galr.-4 to ..r..e
JANN l>. WOOI HI KK.irril a ey of your wrltton >f nooa.
carving on front 3fM COUNTY. FLORIDA .........( .......... If aaiy. to ft on, UILLJCMI'IR and
East Moody Blvd. 3.7-ltp \Irr.I I: or ..IT 'It 1.01.. \ K Tit -H'UITo"e aiUJMPIK. attorwtya fur slain-
FHTVTO : Tt t-nnaire Uff. whoo a44raa la Sll North
WHEREAS, the Principalsand JANK A rvMH'K :.J". flit iJ(3W OkUMwar. New Smyrna H*>*ch.
Gas refrigerator for sale or Teachers of the Flagler 17 .Itorfwwwl Awnitrlatt UIAINHT HAM rW and to .... th orl.lnal
trade for deep freezer 4- .ron. New JcraryYou Tou and .a -h at you are Hr with th ....rk ., tha above
County School System have ar. h.rh. > ...",.... tfcattor hy notlfcd and r* ulrrd to M; auto. court on or brfor th*
burner gas rangeshallowwell faithfully continued their a. ae/i.n -odd chairs-dining Sled ..*..*. you slid you sea you or **th.r of you. tr.stesIw.l W I my ha.n4 and aral
pump teaching duties during the .. *wr*. ...spy( of you aM ".'111. ta th* .f MM court on tkt* Itth dity
room suite- and double glass present school crisis in Florida written d..fa.. i.jf any. t. K.un of NvnornM* T K Me K=. ., Pbhrm r l'wttiJy.
County Judof r1. rtr
Can be Sortf J >* i haun. Attornyfor aU/H IE
doors. seen
and ......Hf. WK.MW ,adroa hi tr, .( hi. onin > Court A. fork of the Ctrotrtt Court
at 208 Lambert Street Flag Irw.. I In R.*..11. rWMa, wlUittaW AyM Julia R llareylFi1Al.
WHEREAS the Teachers of n. lUratb Awny
lit Mt .oatha t
Per [b.yles> H.a rli. Pl4.rM and fNr; of tIM st .............. ., A. Deputy teak
have honored .
Beach.Feb. Flagler County the ........' wWb ,... f"tHk *frpuulrol nth notlv.. a.cott rUlw d.- ( ,
29 Mar. 7 11 their contracts and their th.. al>*o* *t"told .'..urt ..n or hr- se Pleb lt-23- at Mar T-lie
,.,. An..*l .. l"l .......,. ** naaoWjit _Ilta Id sen 145.t bo.....In.. wrJ ** FOR RENT-3 bedroom house committments to the children J5d isM A.r t.rsle ed .... mt ....... fMw. (MwrthrtolWHUit LKtlAb: Alit ':BTI"tMKVTIV

on Espanola Read. Telephone of Flagler County and modal In you It.-for...."tA.r.ll.t.t4s/nt ..r pas 45. Ihw --Ulmant.sort ntMM hto n. .s w rti toM -TIIM--t'-III-*'I -IT--...M--HT VoIMl.

437-3MS. Mar. 7. U('. are assuming their responsibility tNkwVITN. ftomry. ur the mm aI.M.r: .1.'t.ttI&. : I'ol !\T1. 'IAt"UI'
--- - In helping each childin \ KHH my hand and IK* ....... < A4TIOV M.. Ill
Mot ff aaM Court thin ItMi stay UHI.IMITON HANK AND hummer I' lflU
ASTED-lroniRg to do at finishing the present" term, u' fVhruar IM flrr ,<)MI'A T llalntlfftMHVUI'll

my home. Will pick up and for graduation and better Ulet'killlot WiNHiT. CWrkal %r I.. U A. TUhribri &
(.... ) % "" ..,...,.. TrwM I.....r al N" t1u.
deliver. Telephone 437.37714.Mar. : citizenship. H> s. Julia It H.rt.-yDoMtIt rest fuMtralton H. ...... M De,.......
7. It('. THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED March 7 II :t. It. ttr I'. O II... J>4t TO fTl..|MNA Mft4, hose last
That the BOARD OF -- .....( .ll. KlorM IKI k.. ......... N
lib RamMer' Alfth Ndor. 6 L' .,,,..rnry for IVKthNwr liSI Sna. ottti Street
auto. R 1 H Power Steer COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' rt-h :'. Mr 7. 11. SI Mr nrlokl*'". Jlow York
cyl. O. F. ALFORD HIliueBY .
of Flagler County. Stale of Y Ing. 35.000 miles $136000. ... OAI. AIyLRTIsMIt35TIt that an ...tided artluntor
Can be seen Mamies Motor Florida. pubHdy acknowledge Registered dlvorr ho. born Sled a-
their Jlf'iltHu4tand sincere I'I'IT1' Jl IM,.r" f'nIIiT )Tabu you n4 yooi arc required
Court. Flagler Beach Fto. Real] Estate Broker ..1.'..."'" after 5 m. Mar. 7. lip appreciation to the Principals t ...,. ior_. If say. to It on Uronr .
and Teachers of Flag BonntlL rile ,. tai W Horn.. naataHifTa attonwy -
nortcSCI'A rrTK' or 1-:11.rnrTtir H..w w lino.' nuMroM la II.
FOR SALE-Used 38 Inch Per (''. Florida for their i.ltlll. I'IC 'KAHKI North Hallfn* A....... I' u HoSIT. .

high. 3 shelve'n honor and honesty in the<< \ofll: To I IIIl/ToR: llaytona B*.... Klortd
ToU.. I'KRHONH HATINOI and Sir lk.. ortctoal with. In.T ..
bookcase. 37.58. Jerrys Furn faithful performance of their HASTINGS MATTRESS .I.." OK HKMANDIItIAIMHT < .>rh ..f let ......>oyMHl Court
Old Dink Hwy. 2 mi contract and commtttmenis \ : MAII KMTATWT on ur hfforf the mil day ..f
iture. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS wad _,'!> ..I ).... an Nt...- March I 154. aOanwlo a )wdKIsitt -
S. Korona. Ph. 437-3192. in a time of great duress, and Lemon St. hv MitlHrd. MINI r.-.|.... Mar 7. It('. trials and for their loyalty to 710.12 < .1,1_ and QVNMlMto Which you for th* i TIt )*Man4>< Inth
Palatka Florida \<>,.. ..Hther of )..... awry have atix-naVd riiMylnmt or IN.
the students, parents and all .....n.. MiM ctiitr in th* ... tHkmWITNIMI.
:3 Bedroom house priced for of the people of FlaSH Phone EA 5.9166 .., Hun T K MrKNIONT.i'ou My hand MM the
sale. Good garden *,.*. Furniture Upholtering >ty Judge .>f ........r ,'O MItr. **ol of ..... 'ouH on rVtM-uary
quick ('OURI)'. Florida. .t hu ../n.In tkw <*..rtHoiwr IS. IMSUM ,
Bunneil airport. Trailer lot BE IT FURTHER RESOLV Repaired & Refinished in """_". "or..... wU- KIIK ML Moonra
with tank lAciuded. In nix ..(.n.*.r montlw frost the lork ., .... Court
septic ED. That a copy of this Resolution Mattresses A Box Springs tint. of th. Ant |MiMlc.UMl .f /oyrl'IA1. I ISAI.
Turn at airport take Rot pubHHy announcedin Made to Order Also Renovated this nutkGarb ctolM *r .K /tIwrg. M ....f
house loft Otf- num4 must 'IwIn writis P.b U-jJ-it ttr. -fl..-
right pink the Flakier Tribune, anewspaper Call Laura Morris 437-333 fualam tinlarv of Ia : -

ton. Mar 7. Up of general circulation 454 ....., ..... ......... ., the, LIfUI. AU' .:ItTI"H".T
After 6:00 P. M.
r........ a.H must 1M sworn toby -- -
Ironing at home--Will pickup In Flagler County. PRICES REASONABLE the rtalmaiKKtl = a= ITlE 4 lit' I IT .01 liT INll
Florida, and that a copy he <>rn<-, or thwmy i: %\ .''>H .'1.%....'." 4UIN4 -
deliver In Flagkr PLAN IF NEEDED .
and BUDGET ..
<< T' I '.(/"'" t
Beach or Bunnetl. Rate $1.00 spread upon the minutes of Jut as neat as .% K it ". t4 ri the Board of County Ceramic. your "\ KmxwtHx .* IMM *tot. HTItl!..AMKKM'AtNMK 'ulI-
per hour. T..II..rIA Phone er Post Office K..b >t. 25. Misr. t. 11lieI.iIiii. I",It.'TlltN
Mar. 7. lip. stoners of Flagler. County. ., ..,..,.... I....rIrnllun.11,1stIff. .
FkwMa. Drop Us a Card or Call AutERT15l WP1r" .

SINGER"DIAL o MATIC RESOLUTION ADOPTED b> Free Pick-up & Delivery H.:tll 1'1' Milt RlltUd ). NIP... : h lttiNKI'Y.1I. .

CONSOLE MODEL. SEWIN; the BOARD Of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS :.I... bM will h* rr l..M| In .-I........ntvirtu
in th.. ..m. e ..r the .
MAGIINE Must place of FlaglerCounty the I'it y "f. H.M_||. PioMs AI..:
your aA"aA.l shape ZlgZaggs. State of Florida. at .... .'1\1.' I .star Nmhiking -.U Tl) THK )"KriBaUH'T! HttKKINAM
430 r M an th. nth Hr *rMrrh I> A.... mush WHOM IT
makes button its meeting' on 4 March 1918. A It I"'. for two (t> STAY'MIUC

fancy designs sew on buttons BOARD OF COUNTY ESS1A !...*. K<4ll>ti ......... tank ...dr NOTM'K IM MKKKHY tlVUN.
COMMISSIONERS R posies InM.l/.d rMstsr ... that the unVrat.-l IMOWIK:
applieques, monograms.etc. <.. ,an>- nwavbrr shall ... tl or M Ma)IIY. ... CVrk of the firU -
Sold new for oveer <300. FLAGLER COUNTY. teat us (eetan <- .t I....r.. MVvrMh JudicialClriwit
SACRIFICE. Just pay FLORIDA nuMlvr shell b. M Dr more). In and for "' ..I.r Coun.ty. .
Must .IWI. and II...,. Luty II ...r..*... undvr. purauant 'It
balance $63. or assume $8. By /s/ C. II. Cowart ..1.'" .... mmit1-purpo.o rear and .br virtue of a mruUAKYriNAI.

Will take Chairman lubricant ,....... labr/eant.. JI'lMiMKNT rnlrrt... In
monthly payments. k.ra.n... anti No. a........ lh. akurf ntltld rauar, prndHHT -
trade. Call March 7 Itc ..... > .
older machine In All prim shall be Arm fr th* tn cirrutt Court > ** athJndivtal
cirrutt. in and for Y7at
Credit Manager. COLLECT duration of th* ton"tract pertodHarh .
Ire CotMty. rtvrMa, Caa* :NoSTT.
Jacksonville 353-1W6 anytime bM hall h. nddrnaa will within th.. legal hour
to th. City (' _.**.._r. "'. 41Box uf Ml blwrn II.M: A. M. std
Will deliver no obllga- lit fteinn.!!. n.rl.... Th I.. I' )f.. on Monday the Illh
tlon. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 28-4tc NOTICE city Comml*.lon.r* resew. tha day .f Marrh. !.... at the front
rate to rct any and all Md door of the K1..l..r Count)
bred German and also t* accept' th.. bid thatIn -'Courlhuua Hunnrll. ......,.....
FOR SALE-3 pure Pursuant to provisions, as act forth in Florida Its judgment slit b. forth utter fur Mland will. at
Shepherd puppies 10 bt Interest of the City ofHuaaall. p.bllc.t. to the
Reasonable. Can Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the no.II.. and best bidder fur rash all let
weeks old. each Owner Lesseeor WITNE-WI my hand and official. right title. Intrrrat sad rlalmof
be seen at Cherry and Ridges 1967 Legislature, property coal this Seth day of February. lit* frndanl. ANNIB: MAKKHMSUIir.

wood. Sts. Bunneil. 3-7-ltp Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment A. n. 1515. u''t. all DartlM or
twrauna .. HUMMAItr -
/ / Hhlton a Harbr. Mayor
-- shall fill out a prescribed form. city of llunnH. riorldaATTrWT n.VAI. JUI..rMIIH.. T In and
FOR SALE. Rent or Lease- t* tho following drrlbd prop
2 bedroom Florida room. This application pertaining to Florida Slats /*/ Harhara C Hmyth. CltfCl.rk ""'. *ltti t.. lylMT and bring in
tho Vunly of rta.l.r. Mat of
teach house with carport Ph. sites 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricultural rtorMa. to-wit
r b. 1I.1t. Mar T-H-IU
437.3472. Mar 7-TFC Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and Uta I and 0. Work 55. Townof
IHianrll book
a* plat
has no relationship to the County Zoning for land LEGAL AD\"ERTI'IC.E I. IHMIO 2, Jr rrrorda of
Vt..l.r County. FtorMa.Th .
Motor LodY wonted to use. said property aa aforesaid
of new ladies IV Till 4IHirr 401HT nVrL.t bring sold to satisfy ..... Judirrao -
become owner Property owner must file applicationeach <<.LKH .'nl'T1'. KUOKI t. .ub>rrt to any and nil

shop to open soon InBtmaalL to the County Tax Assessor, between IIA valid prior mwrtcjaajoa. lies ..DdItA.11
Florida. Pixie year .. Cn** %*. *3*> .-uinfcro.n.-. and rl ht .
S January first and April first, so that the County JKHRT U C17NNINOHAUllalntlff this Slh day .f Marrh.
Shops with 114 stows in consider the .\ i> mclIBOKUr. ..
states now has opening for Agricultural Zoning Board may application ... : )I. MlMHiY.Ork .
classification. of tho ('Iretl/i C.wtw
for Agricultural Jt'IiT KAY CUNNINOHAMDa
franchise manager la Boa f.adalttflrrtl'E / and for FI-.Wr Co'n'yK. ..

nelL Very small Invest Application forms are available at Tax Assessor's TO ISirrEtI. 1lMkMllsosl.
Write P. 0.. TUB UTATB Or n...rKlflA. TO: l
meat reovired. H.rvoy.
TaUahasiee.Ha. Office. JttttT KAT CUNNIN AMST ra.:..0z'1 t
Box 2S12 DONALD R. MOORE Prodra No. S UiUAVt! Rf 1(11.1W
J2304 or call Jim Bob- MontaUlr. CaHfornla U HM S4
37S-208X Gainesville.Flo. Tax Assessor Yea are hereby ......d that $uaa. flora
ersoa. a suit baa bn 6ld ncalnit has AU.rM7 Per "
____ In the shoes ntltld eau*.: and 7. lie.



. fLAOLEA TBtftVMS TttVl .. MARCH 7. 11isoopis and last quarters to win the OPCC WOM&MCOU'
-- rtnmp4ina1ilp by 51 to 42 RMVLTflW '

Sanford Naval Amy by Larry hojaiun .had 11 pointsto j)'
.... ...... :nner of die CJas A JIay
Wottana 10. Krutt's 9 andfctniham't ...
; a' ocean PalM Omaihy
Friday night they met
Tuesday morning ws* Mary
Oviedo High School whisJi This eonduded the BunnctiBulM .
NOTES was rated aa the Hn*.Mt .a basketball season 'ff'( ; Sicol Julie .Taylor won tteedass
B pIa,.
team in the '
tournament.Plinth They raehtd, up 18 wins ) -.",
,. Low putts went to Aft* Bbtmg -
BVNNELL RUNNER-UP nell. played their. beat game of against 9 loses for the sea ,
TOURNAMENT CHAMPS the / 'rI;, :, with 15 putts, auatiilucto
season aa they trounced *.. .. : \
Buitnell Varan: i'agera ended Oviedo 82.47. Ray Knits sewer KnMz. .. I' .''if''";,:'i..Ir" Dot Read reporter
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their season Saturday' 23 points while Grog Net Heeled captain of the squad \ Guam often osH.4 tN
night as they became runner. sea NOrM 20 point BunneilVMllaioajft .
and Erncit Johnaon was cxcapahx > ;fA, 4fJ" place where Amtrlaa's day
up for the district tournament .led. the! searing Hi Jack Hardin was var ..1. \ begins Is farther west than
championship The toternsnont each quarter by decisive mar ashy caeash. ; i(1" any other United Stales territory
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