The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
March 28, 1968
Publication Date:


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


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

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Palm Coast news
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Raphael Sturman

Bunnell Merchant
MEETINGAt Stetson University President
Dr. Paul Geren will be! the

Passed Away Sun. ,,'.. a routine business mist' guest speaker for both mect.
Inc Thursday night the Flag Inc and evening services at
Raphael Sturman 78, owner let Beach city commissioners the Bunneil First Baptist
of Bunnell Departimnt heard a request from BanNtesl Church Sunday March 31.
Store died Sunday night at to install two street Dr. Germ will speak from
Bttftneil General Hospital. lie tights at Ocean Palm Country a broad experience as a sJhumanitarian. .
had been resident of Bun- Club. The request: was tabled diet dipltetat educator and
nell for the past 20 yean. '\ ';' until Ommtosionfr Wkfcttne He has divided .
Mr. Sturman came to Bun '. could investigate the matter .his work between dtpto
nell In 1948 from Syracuse The commission set April 2 mary and higher rllueatten.
New York. He had.been circulation at 9 a. m. as the organisation- He has mere than H'rears
manager of the Syracuse al' raeettnc! date.Auferised service credit as a career Foreign *
Poat-Standard and the the purchase" ofa Service Officer of the
Wilmington News-Journal InWHmkipon. r; I( new IBM typewriter for United States.

Del. ".00 for the: city clerk's of In higher education' he has

He was a member of Bun .. Q flee. had teaching positions at Judson -
nell Lodge No. 200 FA AM and Instructed the etty clerk to College of University of

Flagler Shrine Club. ;: hire a temporary city hall Rangoon; Forman Christian
He Is survived by hi. wife. Ian4ter! at SIS per hour College Pakistan; Luislana

Gladys; one daughter. Mrs. Pictured above era four oil pointing entries of Mrs ]caper Three appMeattoas were filed
Margaret Marshall. 0naM e'k. Whits. In the upper kit corner U the painting Judged " of Florence Nereross. Pauline
Va.; one son, Dr. William the Show". Andrews and Charlotte Can
Sturman. East Orange New terbury.

Jersey; a It -ckutht.,., Mrs. MRS. WHITE'S ENTRY oil painting ..Alama....". A request! by Grady Prather .
Nary Ann Thompson Jacksonville In the miscellaneous sec to park empty house trail
; a step-son; Major tion Tray of Shells-, by Lou en on lot owned by C M,
William Livingston. Manassas. SIDEWALK: SHOW Hall received first placed Tel. Leggy was tabled until a
Va. and one grandson low and Blue Moose Dancer"by full board was present
and one great grandson. "Copper Kf'ttleand Apples"an Marsha Johnston received Instructed the city attorneyto
Masonic Services were held oil painting by Mrs. Jasper second place: and a noslac draw a deed giving a 50 ft
at the First Methodist Churchin White. Flagler Beach, took the still-life by Janet Cook was parcel of land to the dty for a k. ry
Bunnell at 2:00 Tuesday' Best of Show award at the third. public street extending from
afternoon. Reverend Oliver Flagler Woman's Club second Prizes in the watercolor division Hwy. AlA to N. Central Ave.R. .
Taylor pastor of First Methodist annual Sidewalk Art Show were awarded to first R. Mosby agreed to con .
Church assisted. Interment Saturday at Flagler Beach. Mrs. Mary Ann Beasiey; sec tlnue the telephone fire sew
was in San Lorenzo "Bulow Ruins" an oil paint ond. Marsha Johnston; and led from his home. A tele
Cemetery In St. Augustine. ing by C. B. Taylor Flagler third. Mildred Landers. phone is Installed in the t

Active pallbearers were Beach received first place in More than 100 attended the Mesty home and In the Flag
Dale Brown. John A. Clef. the oils division. Second place cultural event.Cochairmen. 1 lee Beach Hotel. only for use
William W. I>Eom. Hubert was awarded to Mrs. Sarah for the show- In reporting ftres. Mosby re<

FrI.,. Donald R. Moore, and Dickinson for her entry TSt were. Mrs. B. $. Clay a4 Mfs.ft .' ported. ere telephone was be-
John C. Rfce. Honorary pall Augustine StreeT, Mrs. Mary- f. Fleerfe; Henry SaHemn.; fng timed for calls other than

t bearers were: O. F. \Iferd.Dr. Han won third place for an Daytona Beach was judfe. .fire alarms. The commissioners State DR.University PAUL :GEREN Berea College
John M. Canakari M. B. agreed to place an advertisement
CHAPPELL and SouthernMethodist
SPEAKSTO FLAGLER lEACHTAXPAYERS warning residentsthe Kentucky;
Fuller .Tom E. Heiden. Z. D. lie
Holland, and John N. Mclntosh. BUNNELL LIONSState TO telephones were restrictedto served: as executive vice pies'Ident
fire use only.
Representative. ELECT OFFICERS Granted. permission to librarian of Ba>lor University.The .
Craig Funeral Home was In tam V Chappeil was guest Dorothy Homans to public is invited to at*
charge of arrangements. speaker at Bunneil Lions Club Officers will be elected at aspecial purchase three books at $7.33. tend the sevices. A questionand
Tuesday. Chappeil has served I meeting of the Flag answer period will be

in the Florida House for 16 let Beach Taxpayers Association BUCK McCORT provided during the evening
MORE LOCALCANDIDATES years and was elected Speaker Tuesday April 2 at 7:30 service to share with Dr.
of the House in 1951 p m. hi the Municipal Hall. DIED MONDAYAT Geren In some present world
The subject of his addresswas A spokesman said only problems.
HAVE OUALIFIED "What Will You Do With members who have paid their HOLLY HILL A MMM MW
America"* He stressed' the annual dues are eligible to George Martin I'Buck! ) Me FOREST FIRE
Six candidates have quail necessity of our having a law vote. Those who have not renewed Crt 33. 1225 Leon Lane. BURNS TIMBERA
fled for local offices this week. obeying<< society. "If we do not their $2 membershipsmay Holly Hill. Florida, passed' forest fire raged across
The deadline for qualifyingwith like the law", Chappeil says do so at the special I away Monday morning at the central part of Flagler
the Clerk of the Court is Then let's change It But meet Ing. Daytona Beach General Hospital. County Saturday afternoon
12:00 noon Tuesday.' April obey until it is changed." burning an estimated 4,000

2nd.Wilfred then let's change It. But obey STATE CANDIDATESVISIT He was born In Hastings acres of timber land.
Hunter qualifiedfor until It Is changed" FLAGLER and resided In Bunnell seven Forest Ranger G. B. Kelly
re-election' as Constable.He Chappeil spoke of the dangers years. He had lived In Holly stated the blaze was first observed
has served In this office of our present trend of During the past week several Hill only a short time moving about noon Saturday.
for a number of years as wellas government to spend moneyto state candidates have there from Jacksonville. He Shortly afterward Charles'
serving as Deputy Sheriff. meet all of the "desires"of visited In Flagler County In was a graduate of. Bunnell Cewart called In to report the
Prior to this he was Chief of the people lie also urged their attempt to get' better High School. He was supervisor Are and said it started approximately
Police of Bunnell. that we permit our men in acquainted with IMo local of Greyhound CharterBus 100 feet' off Highway

LevI Brannam has qualifiedfor Vietnam to win the war and \oters. Lines for 12 years. He 305 near the Hamilton
not "send them to fight with Nick Masters, candidatefor
re-election' as Justice of was a member of Terry Parker Place.
Peace. He is completing his one hand tied behind thrirback" State Attorney, visited He in Baptist Church. Kelly said an investigationhad
last ayoung
Flagler Friday.
first term as Justice of Peace Survivors include his wife revealed evidence of a
and served a number of years Lion George Moody Introduced lawyer from Daytena Assistant Jean Holly Hill; his mother warming fire, presumably
Beach now serving as
on the Bunnell City Commission eight visitors IncludingPast Mrs. Mary Smith and step abandoned by hunters had
President Owen C. Shel- State Attorney father. Raymond Smith.of started the flre.
Louis M. StefHk announced ton. Jr. of Oca la. There were Lewis Dinklns young Ocekaltomf" Bunnell; three daughters.Cindy The fire burned approximately
', visited' Flaghr' Wed
that he is seeking reelectionas three visiting Lions framFlalkr ) Lori, and Christy, all :3000 acres of Hudson
nesday. He is making his second
Beach Lions Club. of Hill sister Mrs. and
Commissioner fer Holly : one timberlands on the Allen
County bid for the office of State
Margaret Ann Wilson East Townsend tracts and about
District No. 1. He Is servinghis Senator from which Senator
first four term.C. LOCAL ATTORNEYRECEIVES Palatka; one brother RobertMcCort 1000 acres ol land owned by
year L. K. Edwards is retiring.
: APPOINTMENTLocal Jacksonville; two Raymon Tucker and Marvin
II. Cowart has qualifiedfor State William
Attorney Charles Tin- stepbrothers Sam Smith and Strickland. i
re-election Commissioner Chappeil I. OcaLa. visitedIn
as County
dell has been appointed Assistant Ray Smith of Bunnell. Kelly stated It was too early
for District No. 3. Bunnell Tuesday and was
Public Defender for Funeral services will be to determine hew much of the
Is his second four at Bunnell
He speaker
serving guest
the Seventh Judicial Circuit this afternoon at 2:00 at Bun. burned timber would have to
the Board. Lions lJ.who was
year term on effective Match 15. Tlndell Club Chap nell Baptist Church. Rev. W. be! cut Immediately, however,
Otis S. Hunter has qualified succeeds' James Rogers who accompanied by Owen C H. Efgerton. pastor of First the damage is konwn to be
for County Commissionerof resigned to enter private practice. Shelton, a former Bunnell resident Baptist Church of Holly Hill costily.
District No)! 5. This is his is a candidate for Congress and Rev. Charles Anders will I
second' termS lie served several Tlndell received a Juris Doc. for the seat being vacated officiate. Burial will be at BEACH LIONS COLLECT
years on the Bunnell City orate degree from Stetson by Congressman Syd Oak Hill Cemetery Palatka. EYEGLASSESOn
Commission. University. lie Is a member of Her long. Active pallbearers will be Friday evening March

Coy G. Harris has announced the Board of Governors of John Jenkins, John Rodgers, :20th, the Boy Scouts will assist .
his candidacy for reelection Young Lawyers section of the TIDE TABLE Don TrIbble J. D. Lee Gary the Beach Lions Club In
as County Superintendent Florida Bar: member of the Tor Mar. 2S-Apr. 3 Hall, and Ronald Davis. a house to house campaign to
of Public Instruction. He executive committee of the HIGH LOW Honorary pallbearers will collect old eyeglasses, frames
Is completing his first four Vokisia County Bar; Fellowof Day AJkL P3L AM P.M. be Larry Cairo, George Eng and lenses.
year term. Harris was coach International Academy of 28 8:06 8:24 1:42 2:00 lish. Lee Varnadold. Buddy All residents are urged to
and athletic director of Bun. Law and Science; and a member 29 8:42 9:00 2:24 2:30 Leonard, Harvey Gresham have ready any such Items
nell High School for a number of the Academy Florida 30 9:18 9:36 3.00; 3:06 Meek lee Tommy Lee Jack for donation to this worthy
of years. lie holds an A. B. Trial Lawyers and American 31 9:48: 10:12 3:36: 3:36 Lee Bill Lee and Gene Good cause. Starting at 6 p. m. the
degree from Florida State Trial Lawyers Associations.The 1 10:24 10:48 4:12: 4:06: win. boys will be chauffeured by
University and M. Ed. from attorney also has a law 211:00 11:24 4:43: 4:42 Craig Funeral home Bun. Lion members to cover all of
Florida Atlantic University. office at Ormond Beach 3 11:42 11:59 SJO :5:24 tell Is in charge. Flagler Beach.


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EDITORIAL- ------ --- Ib. 49

In a HftIIIit Issue we puMtohed a poem written by a wry -
tafete4 efrmentary school student. Many of ye* wed it and U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
e8IRII"fit(. on the tuaNty a* well M the gruMomenm of this
Mt of poeuy. We understand that Hite yewtf stint ha written lb. 49
later a iMue number of poems and we hop to use mere e< them in ROAST

All too often we her only about t*e athletic and musical
band) talen of our students. These ate goad. But we need U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
to realtae that there ape a nuaAber of other students who>> are

and talented poetry in piano seJentiftc etc.endeavors art. oratory writing of prose STEAK lb. 59'''

We feel It to the responsibility of a newspaper to encourage
these talents and to give them publicity when we can. We, also,
realize that it require talented teachers to direct these students U. S. D. A. ChoiceS
as well as interested parents to encourage them.
This week we digress from our usual type editorial to Introduce .
a talf1'eU C English instructor Hilton Beasley. :: ROAST ib. 59

Besides his routine classroom activities, he has a "etas of
talented students that he directs in a free range of literary
Beasley. also has a talent for writing poetry. We have read Choice Juicy I Lean Western BOSTON BUTT
some of his work and find It quite interesting. He gives the
impression of a youth that is searching out life and is fearfulof
losing his youth before he has found the answers In life.
We would not classify ourselves as qualified critics so, we present -

what this you poem think.for your perusaL Read It several times and see lb. 69C lb. 49*

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The I know some caves not fantastic are whereIn there atmosphere, PICNICS lb. 39STREAK <

Where the deaf poet whispers, "Peace."

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And tired souls come
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I saw Inside the caves In youth, FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 For $-00
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I spoke unto the caves' bare face
And there came back to me STEW 3 For shoo lib. 49 e
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Are crystal pools
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Down runnels'Or themigrant mind DELITE
To grant the spirit repast. GRAPE JELLY Ea.
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played and ran Morton's 26 oz. Box OLEO
And promised when
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The caves would be my friends. "= 1b.Pattie.
Years later returning there
I met a man with silver hair EVERCANE
And we spoke of the caves:
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"You cannot see them" I was told.
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DBJC BOARD ANGUS ASSOCIATION CELERYCalifornia Z For 29C Pill.bury. (Plain| or S. R.)
Charles H. Cow art, Jr* Bun-
L. E. Wadsworth, III. is anew nell has been elected to membership SunklttLEMONS FLOUR
appointment on the advisory In the American Angus .
committee of Daytona Association at St. Joseph Doz. 39C
Beach Junior College. Missouri announces Glen 5 also
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The cabinet appointment secretary.
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fills a committee: seat formerly There were 538 memberships .
held by Ray Mercer. Issued to breeders of 2 For 29C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
On July 1st the Advisory registered A Angus In
Board will be officially designated the United States during the
as Board of Trustees. past month.


would like to express our deepest appreciation
to the ones who worked so hard to get the
wildfire that passed thru Flagler County the past
weekend under control. gill I III
You don't know who your friends are until (

you pet in trouble. ''ii
For fear of leaving someone out, we will not I
try to list the names of the many from our county OPEN SUNDAYS ( Phone 4373227US.
and adjoining counties who worked so long and I No. 1 BUNNELL
8:00 1:00
hard. a-nu p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Tucker Quantity Rights ReMrnd1LMt Prices Good March 28, 29, 30, 31 and April 1, 1968I'pr


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Matanzas Areaof lag the bay and brought test 3-THC ruteuB TMWNC THWM MABCK at. $NBARNES ..
new bride Angela, to reside
Flagler there for the winter. The" Qst- Late
lag btat.. aa It brae me SEA FOODOpen
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I Dwrtac *e fcttr .ha* of the peer stables with To ClassifyT
Thursday Thru Saturday S tiN 19 p. ...
MWfc a MHS4f ef WeiMe trained hones, a tennis p.nrt
'j gr.Mes were planted in the ana was the center or enwCtainnimt BossaU Kn Sunday 12 Noon tW 10 p. m. j

a.** lust west Of MHtHBMBay. for many of the socially White a..atledMM "elvillead". SPECIAL THIS WEEK
, One of the
still and
gew financially pventtalent b piafiiFd wtsfc a ...**-
I rswhewtbered to ChsssIeGe5'e families of New England tty ef dsee gr ....... tMt
: part of the Prands14lheer and Chicago. After the hew .b.tlfled med/sal sdanse1.r Steamed Clams $1.75 ;
j Grant which WM death of Henry l--.u.... Angela centuries. .....,. brain '
: purchased by Mftwy 0MdtIc. married an exiled Russian dluau. .worM. malaria. Southern Fried Chicken !
a wealthy New England Prince. Boris Sherbatow.
tooth ..., and mental HIsavages.
i sportsman. In 1886 he built and together they spent many /
tress. tribes we would terM All You Can Eat
j a large :"hunting Lodge' fae:_ Inters there In late years It living In filth and

poverty In primitive jungles Roast
et South Ameclea ittMWt OystersAll
what Dr. Eugene H. Payne,
k ya M. D. scientist and research You Can Eat $3.00

<<, terms -hie... of Inumm-
It)". live free' leers' such ...1. HOMEMADE BISCUITS WITH HONEY

Dr. Payne, served lot years
with Pafke-Davt and Co. asa FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH

member of their investigating
staff traveled the T-BONE STEAKSSouth

world testing new drug andlater of St. 4 miles
representing the United Augustine on US Hwy. 1

I States Government wtth the At Moul trie-Sign on left

I Economic Foreign Adminis
tration. He recently retired
F and is writing his memoirs
at BonHa Springs in Florida

His travels Into the hinterlands ANNOUNCINGthat
of South America
brought him to these amazing

areas of immunity. These I am a candidate for re-election as
NORTH VIEW OF CUTTING ESTATE LODGE areas were found In the jungles
of Bolivia, Brazil Ecuador
I has been known locally as lie bought the GOO acre tract and Peru. Here he encountered
The Princess Estate It Is known as the Long Grant. He existence of the medical TAX COLLECTORI
I maintained' In much of Its had an orange grove cattle secrets so precious that their
period elegance by the L E. and farmed. lie grew cane discovery might alter the
Wadsworths who purchased It and made syrup for a good course of history. pledge to continue to provide courteous and
from the Princess In 1962. All many years. lie built a large These villages Immune
of the orange groves were destroyed home that was occupied' by from particular diseases were efficient service during my term of office
In the great freeze of members of his family untila In most primitive surround.
1895 and there is little remaining few years ago. Ills son Edward ings sanitation was nil .
evidence of other Eatman married' Julia filth and poverty rampantbut DALE B. BROWN, JR.
early settlements in this Carter and their family was still natives resisted heart
area. reared at the old Eatman
trouble, cancer and a host of
About 1873 Calvin L. Buck Place. Some of their descend other ailments. Why Pd. Political Adv.
Eatman, a native of North ants are still residents of In areas where water contained .
Carolina, with his wife Annie Flagler County. a trace of fluoride natives
Allen and children, moved' Just before the formation of had no cavities. Their
from Fort Payton, near Moul, the county more people wereto teeth were perfect Why In
trie to the St Joe Sugar Mill. move into this northeastWEST other areas natives had never
experienced any form of heart
trouble, cancer or malaria.
Why? P. A. (Zip) Edmonson

None of these immune areasis
very large and all around
them there is sickness" and SHERIFF j
death. Another amazing thingis
that a traveler coming OFFlagler
from outside the area carryIng
an Infectious disease such
as malaria does not Infect resIdents > g County
of the Immune area

when by all scientific rights Paid Political Adv.
they should set off an epidemic.
In fact if they+? remain
in the Immune area-they recover -- -
quI kly. This also applies -nrr 1Tiltlirl1 T TI'TTT S8VT. flInUllillillilllllUllIl1J r11
to other diseases..

r Writing of his experience:
Dr. Payne tells of an engineer
who suffered from high DONALD R. MOORE

blond pressure and a damaged
heart condition who visited .
short time hk blood pressure
section of the County Most of transportation was the dirt dropped from' :200 to normal
the early land grants did not road up the went side of the and when' Dr. Payne examined -
extend to the Ocean and several canal and across to their him he found him perfectly
families had homesteaded property In a boat or to go well. As long as the man TAX ASSESSORYour
portions that bordered on from Ocean City In a boat. remained in the Immune
the Ocean.: Some of the families They lived In the hammock area he ...a't'd'fIIl but if he-
who homesteaded this flve years before a dirt road left it hk blood pressure
vote and in the coming primaries
land were the Ilansens. and was built up the coast Sometime zoomed' again. The area while support
Swendsons and the Hendrens.' after'this Mr. Johnson apparently immune heart will be greatly appreciatedPd.
Mr. D. L Gage of Illinois acquired began to sell small plots of trouble and high blood pressure .
larege tract of land land for homes and today It to not immune to other
west of the canal In this area is very thickly populated His dtaee* In 1899. He fold some to Mr. son. Malcolm, still reside" In malari and typhotd.
Pinkney who lived at the this are and hs home Is located On the other hand an area
sight of the Sugar Mill Mr. on the old Malta Com Immune to malaria might not
F. R. Allen of Hastings purchased pra Plantation. Mr. D. L. be immune to other diseases
some land from Mr. Gaeg moved his family herein Another area has never experienced NOTICE
Gage which he In turn sold 1919 and his son Lyman any type of mental
to Mr. Edward Johnson of stllf resides in this section of illness and natives never Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Florida
Bunnell In 1917. Mr. Johnson Flagler County. heard of such a malady. \ Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the
later bought most of the Her Editor's note: Much credit Little effort has been made 1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lesseeor
nandez Grant. At the time Mr. for the research and writingof so far to study these Immune Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment
Johnson moved his family to these two features on the areas and Dr. Payne feels thatIf shall fill out a prescribed form.
this area there was no roadon due11rs.
Matanzas Area Is
competent research teams .
This application pertaining to Florida Statutes
the ocean Hide of the canal Ketus Holland.
Mary could go and study soils
Their only means of water supply, native diets and 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricultural
for Tax Assessment and
other conditions that prevail Zoning purposes
there it might disclose theca has no relationship to the County Zoning for land

ATLANTIC HARDWARE UK' of such Immunity and use.
benefit all mankind. Property owner must file this applicationeach

& SUPPLY CO., INC. There are numerous well year to the County Tax Assessor, between
financed medical research organizations January first and April first, so that the County
SEE OUR SUPPLY' OF 1 throughout the Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application
world that could well invest classification.
for Agricultural
some of their available fundsto
ACME PAINTSMOODY the full investigation of Application forms are available at Tax As
these Immune areas while the sessor's Office. *
health organizations of the DONALD R. MOORE
BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH Federal government and Tax Assessor
PHONE 439-2303 United Nations could under.
take such an effort

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barbeeue dinner to the REGISTERED

Plnettes merebers"'fIMRc p I ... I GAS SERVICE MAN SERVICE
when they met at
installed Worship
Scott was
her home in Haw Creek' for
fufl Master of Milliard Lodgein STUART
theft monthly dinner-meet FAMILY GAVEL 1960. jjyj TOWN

ing.Mrs.. Edward Hawkins won Worthy Matron Carolyn Henry Scott peeented the EATMAN
the' door prise.Ten Scott Is shown receiving"( gay, gavel to his daughter. Sandra p. o. BOX 634
rl from her daughter. Sandra Scott iA hen she was inrtaUed
members attended. Advisor of Rainbow Rt. 100 East of Bunnell, Florida
The April meeting will beat Scott after the Installationceremony as Worthy
for Girls tn De- BUNNELL Phone 4373603ANNOUNCING
Bunnetl Order of
the home of Mrs. S. J. Til- at
Land In 19 i. Henry Feat ta
ten Jr.Mrs. Eastern Star Saturday eve
first Worthy Patron of BunnrilChapter --- -
ning. This gavel was presented -- --
Mary' Ann Thompson. to Henry Scott by Ms 93 of Order of Eastern
Jacksonville, visited here son Buddy, when Henry Star.VISITS .
Wednesday with her mother
Martha Yelvington was in AT BEACH
Mrs. Raphael Sturman.Mr. Key West two days last week. William T Rates left Friday 1 am a candidate for reelection as Clerk of

and Mrs. Carey Holland to return to Luanda.West Africa Angola the Circuit Court of Flagler County, subject to
their last Mrs. Maurice Akers returned Portuguese. the Democratic primaries.
had as houseguests May
after six week's visit at Beverly -
home from
week Mrs. W E. Arnold, Ed. Thursday months I have
Indianapolis Indiana where Beach with his mother. During the past eighteen endeavored -
ward Arnold, Tlty Ann Ar she visited two weeks with Mrsr. W. O. Estes to conduct this office in a fair, impartialand
Mrs. Douglas Smith
nold and relatives. Mr. Fates is an engineer for courteous manner to everyone. If reelectedI
all of Hampton Va. Calblnda Gulf Oil Co. of Laun-
--- shall continue to give the same efficient and
da. courteous service.

Mrs. Jack Ross of Orange I sincerely ask your support and vote for my
Park spent last weekend at candidacy for a four year term.Respectfully .
Flagler Beach with Chuck and
Marietta Missinne and fame ,


Mrs. Marie Williams spent Your Clerk of Circuit Court
the weekend in Carrollton.Ga. Paid Political Adv.
as the houseguest of El-
F sic Waker.


Walton Johnston

I Mr. and Mrs. Huck MtcUns holding trophy presented for wont SHERIFFI
dressed couple at Idlewood Hobo Party.


HOBO 'ARTYJIIrhUchtlnl the IdlewoodClub's SPEAKING CONTEST: I shall work toward the development of a pro-

social activities this American Legion Fifth District gram to utilize the wisdom, talents, and abilitiesof
season was a Hobo Party- Commander Cora Buckles
Oyster Roast recently at T and Victor Buckles were our Senior Citizens who desire to assistin
Cochairmenfor may
Double L Ranch. accompanied by Miss KatherIne -
the gala outdoor event Harris and Miss! Marsha
were' Mrs. Tom Lenssen, Mrs. Johnston to Winter Haven to a voluntary advisory capacity in matters relat-

Gordon Shields and Mrs. attend the American Legion
Louis Steflik. State Oratorical Contest ing to community problems involving law en-
Miss Harris was winner" of
Mr. Mrs. Walter Creal.
the Flagler County contest .
Bunnell, were guests Thursday -
and Miss Johnston was run.
at a luncheon at theOcean

retired Club.employees Delray of Beach R'f'nonSIH'I for ner-up. your Sheriff I will represent every man

Company. Chicago. The NURSING COUNCIL woman and child in Flagler County with responsibility -
affair hosted by company DISCUSSED
President Charles L. Hardy and
understanding tempered with
and Mrs. Hardy was attendedby SEWERAGE PLAN common
30 persons.CONVALESCING. The health aspects of the
City of Bunnell's proposed judgment.
AT HOME sewerage system were discussed .
Friends of Mrs. Murtice at the Nursing Council My pledge remains steadfast to maintain a
Moody. Orlando formerly of meeting" Thursday morningat
Bunnell will, be glad to learn the Bunnell Methodist clean and honest race and I will
Church. Mrs Bernie ,
she is doing nicely after undergoing Wilson, your
surgery recently, and president conducted the
vote and in the
support Primary.
is recuperating at her home. meet itIc.
The group also discussed
Weekend visitors at the Home Health Services andMedicare Respectfully.Walton ,
home of )lr. and Mrs. T. D. Plan.
Wells Flagler Beach were
Mrs Routf Stephens, Jr. and Mrs. Llllie Buchanan Pa-
children and Mrs. Roulf latka. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl JohnstonPaid
Stephens, Sr. of RkMand. Ga.; isle Byrd. Seville were week
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wells, f'Rd"WtOf'S at the home of
Athena W. Va.; Mrs. DoMie Mr and Mrs. J. D. Barber. On
Skinner and children of Tarpon Sunday they visited in St. Potltkal Adv.ENGAGEMENT .
Springs. AUl1 tln" with Mr. and Mrs.

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.V.., Petty Of 2 C Peter Mtseti.IT METTS '
\ Navy Key West, received
hi* I'S Citizenship March 15. TOP Pesos.Thurs. Good

Weekly Sermon The Petty Ofltaer was bom In ., Fri., Sat.
""'Wq, Germany and
Xrr. OMvr r. T rlr. Pasts nerved tO 9rsaeil wore Iw VALUE SUPER MARKET an I Monday,

Buaatil MHw
THE PURE IN HEART listing In the Navy. Me ts the STAMPS and April 1, 1968

Same people retard the Ron tit Mr. and Mr. StanleyGermack. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
pose in heart only as thane of Plagier Beach I I
people who (-0-)
are morally per
.Jeep Wortey son of Charles
feet. Of course common
erIudes everyone from sense being W riy. .........1. t Is spending Lyke's (Smoked) perfect. Our beet 15 day leave with .his family .
interpretation of this phrase In Texas. Jeep, who .is
M Hi reference lo a person' who serving in Vietnam, was called
home to be with his wife
KM a singleness of purpose to
do God's will. This dee not who ttnv fW'Ht surgery
remove tht person from the (-0-) PICNICS
human race, but dee include In a letter to his parents
MM action and the attitudes Pvt. Boyd Babertoon said he
ef the person. Therefore, the had arrived In Korea and has Lb.
total person is referred to been assigned to an artillery
when one speak of the pure battahen. Pvt. Robertson said
ta heartA he wa Hastened somewherenear '

person of today can be Seoul, north of the 38 Florida Grade "A"F Flavor Aged
pure ta heart when he I*committed parallel and south of the (Family Pkg.) h '
to a direction in life DMZ. CUTUP CHUCK
toward God. Jesus was not referring
Cpt. Tommy McDaniel is
to a ridiculous principle FRYERS STEAK
home from' Vietnam.' Tommy
but to actions and attitudes lb.
in life which can only to awaiting a medical discharge lb. I 59C Lb.
5 'I79 59CLean
come with sincere dedication from' the US Marine Bag
and devotion to God. The Corps. He has served In the
of Marines the past 3 )ears.
promise seeing God mean
He to the son of Mr. and Mrs.
two thing. One of these I*

to actions see God and in in the the individual beauty of R. F.. McDaniel.(-0-) FlaglerBeach. FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs.I for 1.29

creation and consummation.The .
Robert Abbott US Navy.
reference Is to seeIng .
Kevlavtk. Iceland has arrived
Cod in the age to come.Jesus .
spoke these words home to spend a leave' Flavor Aged ChoiceSIRLOIN Flavor Aged Choice
with his parents Mr. and
many gathered years on the ago Mount to ,those but Mrs.Brach Jack Abbott. Flagler STEAK lb. 9ge RIB STEAK lb. 89*

they are also a challenge to
those who would serve him (-0-) lb. ROUND lb.
today. "Blessed are the pure been Jack serving West brook with, who the has US T BONE STEAK Ts STEAK 9ge
In heart for they shall see
God." Matthew 5:8. Navy in Vietnam Is spendinga SHOULDER ,lb.
leave with his parents, Mr. STEAK 79c PLATE STEW 29*
and Mrs. Cecil West brook at
AT FSCC MEETING Flagler Beach. .
(o() )
Flagler Senior Citizens Club Giant Size
Former Bunnell resident
met last week in its clubroomin
Sgt John Barker has been reassigned -
the Municipal Building, to Albany, Ca., Marine
Flagler Beach A musical pro.gram
was presented followingthe Corps Base after serving Limit (1) with -
13 months In Da Nangh, Viet FAB purchue 49'f
business session. of $5.00 or ore GIANTfood
The Club's next meetingwill f-o-t order SIZE
be held Tuesday evening, .
First Lt. Thomas Clark,
April 2. Those planning to at
Corps formerly of Bun
tend are asked to bring a covered
nell), to now stationed at
dish and table service
for the potluck supper which! Cherry PoInt N. C. after serving Folger's (Mountain Grown)
13 months at Da Nangh,
begins at 6 o'clock. Visitorsare

welcome, according to Vietnam. ( ) Limit 1 with purLb. -
Walter Creal. pubHdty chair .
man. SP6 Frank Hazen. III. Is COFFEE chase of $5.00 or 49 'f
serving In Vietnam with the y In
Army Engineer Corps. His address more food order.

BRONZE RECEIVES STARS. 497th RA SP6 147436G6 Frank Engr.M Co.. Hazen PC) OR YOUR CHOICE SHURFINE, 1 lb. Tin 29*

Sgt Jimmie Anderson, 28 AI'O 96812 SF Calif.
year old son of Mrs. J. D.
Perritt. Flagler Beach was REGISTERAND Florida Grade "A" Hunt's (Big 20 oz.) Shurfine (Qts.)
presented the Bronze Star for MEDIUM

Anderson was severelywounded EGGS

an assaut in last both December.leg during He WE MAKE 1 2 77C 320 oz.. $A 00 Jars Qi. 47C

was removed to a hospital In OUR OWN PAINT
Japan whcer he was told he Buy Dtrect-Sclft-WJay -
would never walk again. Pay More Lyke's (300 Can) Kraft 18 oz. Northern (Asst.)
However, he did not give up GALLO: Corned Beef BARBECUESAUCE JUMBOHASH
and through strenuous self
r.arFacr. $5
training he has improved his 3
...ft.F1:..f.NBZ TOWELS.
condition to that he can now
walk with the use of a cane Gallons 998 Cans $4rOO I For
3 $100 318 tl.z 3 99C
He Is a patient at Chelsea Outsid Whit A
Naval Hospital but hopes to OIL BASE FOR WOOD
have- a leave soon so that hecan
come to Florida. His wife. Yeoman NationwidePaint Ever fresh (20 oz.) Everfresh (Reg.)

old aer Marguerite with daughter.him., and Barbara nine month Ann. i.d aw sow r t'.....!...Factory 1-1........A..wa BREAD 3 Loaves 69C BREAD 4 """ 75c


TO ALL FLAGLER U. S. No. 1 Golden YellowBANANAS Yellow Cooking


I am a candidate for re-election to the : 39C 31b.
Commissioners District One. If lb. 35c
Board of County 9C Bag
elected I will continue to work toward the better Limit (1) Bag Please

ment of the entire county.

1 am asking for your support in the May

Primary. Frozen Foods Dairy BakeryMaster

Louis M. Steflik Chef Kraft (Fresh) Everfresh 8 ct. Hot Dog,

French Fries, Orange Juice, I!!". Hamburger
2 lb. Bag ... 19ft V Cal. Glass 6.7.r BUNS 2pkgs. 41c
Paid Political Adv.


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JW.MMl It,.. Robert F. 9ltid.
.... ft CX fcrtfl. ........ HI.
tM engaprewt et SERVICETh.
..ear dttchtr, Unto Kcfttfe.t .
Jerry Aiui McCook. MA ef
Mr. MM! Mr*. J L. MeCeek er only locally owned and operatedLP
Lire O.k. Mir Hudson to tfceOfA44w
;fcler of Mr. a4Mn. a GAS BUSINESS

Lewis Woods of httNIL Service With
Miss Hudson a gr.d a4c ofBeanfsed
Ifleh School and the
Worsens College of Georgia.Mr. AND
MeGook Is a graduate of BULK BOTTLEGAS
Suwarmee High School and
since separation from the US I
Army .to employed in Live l
1 M


Charles" Cowan serveda r
barbecue dinner to the! f.
Flnettes members Wednesday
evening when they met at .-.'!ss HIV IScott GAS SERVICE MAN SERVICE
her home! In Haw Creek far RECEIVES was Installed Worship-
their menthly dinner-meet* fufl Master of Milliard Lodgein STUART
Ing. 1960. IN TOWN!
Mrs. Edward Hawkins won Worthy Matron Carolyn Henry Scott presented the! EATMAN
the! door prize.! Scott Is shown receiving gavel gavel to his daughter, Sandra
P. o. Box 634
Ten members attended.The from her daughter Sandra Scott,.."h.n she was installed
April meeting will beat Scott after the Installation as Worthy Advisor of Rainbow Rt. 100 East of Bunnell Florida
the! home of Mrs. S. J. Til- ceremony at Bunnell Order of Assembly for Girls in [)(. BUNNELL Phone 4373603ANNOUNCING
ton. Jr.Mrs. Eastern Star Saturday eve! Land In 1966. Henry Scott is
ning. This gavel was first presented !. Worthy Patron of Bunnell
- --- -
Mary Ann Thompson. to Henry Scott by his Chapter 93 of Order of Eastern I
Jacksonville, visited here! son, Buddy, when Henry Star.VISITS .
Wednesday with her! mother
Mrs. Raphael Sturman.Mr. Martha Yelvlngton was In AT BEACH I
Key West two days last week.'! William T. Estes left Friday .
I am a candidate for reelection as Clerk of '
and Mrs. Carey Holland to return to Luanda, Angola
had as their houseguests last Mrs. Maurice Akers returned Portuguese. West Africa the Circuit Court of Flagler County, subject to f
week Mrs. W. E. Arnold Edward home Thursday from after six week's'! visit at Beverly the May Democratic primaries.
Arnold Tlty Ann Arnold > Indianapolis, Indiana where! Beach with his mother. During the past eighteen months I have endeavored }
and Mrs. Douglas Smith. she visited two weeks with Mrsr. W. O. Estes to conduct this office in a fair, impartialand
all of Hampton Va. relative Mr. Estes Is an engineer for courteous manner to everyone. If reelected
Palhlnrfa Cult Oil Cn.. nf I
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da. I shall continue to give the same efficient and
courteous service.I .

Mrs. Jack Ross of Orange sincerely ask your support and vote for my
Park spent last weekend at candidacy for a four year term.
Flagler Beach with Chuck and
Marietta MUslnne and fam Respectfully,

Mrs. Marie Williams spent Your Clerk of Circuit Court
the weekend In Carrollton
E1- Ga. a* the houseguest of Elsie Paid Political Adv.

a Waker.- .


Walton Johnston

Mr. and Mrs. Huck Mkins holding trophy presented for worst SHERIFFI
dressed couple at Idltwood Hobo ?artr.IDLCWOOD .

HOBO FARTTHighlighting I shall work toward the
the Idlewood SPEAKING CONTEST development of a pro-
Club's soda I activities this American Legion Fifth District
to utilize the
season was a Hobo Party. Commander Cora Buckles gram wisdom talents, and abilitiesof
Oyster Roast recently at T and Victor Buckles were!
Double L Ranch. chairmen accompanied by Miss KatherIne our Senior Citizens who may desire to assistin
for the gala outdoor event Harris and Miss Marsha
were Mrs. Tom Lenssen. Mrs. Johnston to Winter Haven to a voluntary advisory capacity in matters relat-
Gordon Shields and Mrs. attend the American Legion
Louis Stefllk. State Miss Oratorical Harris Contest ing to community problems involving law en- I
was winner of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal.Bunnell. ,
the Flagler County contestand forcement.As
were! guests Thurs .
day at a luncheon at the Miss Johnston was run.

Ocean Club Delray Beach, for nee up. Sheriff I will
retired employees of Ryerson NURSING COUNCIL your represent every man,
Steel Company, Chicago. The
affair, hosted by company DISCUSSED woman and child in Flagler County with responsi-
President Charles L Hardy
and Mrs. Hardy, was attended SEWERAGE PLAN bility and understanding, tempered with common
by 30 persons.CONVALESCING. The health aspects of the
City of Bunnell's proposed judgment.My .
AT HOME sewerage system were discussed
Friends of Mrs Murticc at the Nursing Council
Moody Orlando, (formerly of meeting Thursday morning pledge remains steadfast to maintain a
Bunnell will be glad to learn at the Bunnell Methodist
she is doing nicely after undergoing Church. Mrs. Bernie Wilson, clean and honest race and I will appreciate
surgery recently and president conducted the your
is recuperating at her home.! mf't"t lAIr. vote and support in the Primary.

The group also discussed
Weekend visitors at the Home Health Services andMedieare
home of Mr. and Mrs T. D. Plan. RespectfullYtWalton
Well. Flagler Beach, were
Mrs Boutf Stephen. Jr. and Mr. Lillie Buchanan Pa-
children and Mrs. Boulf laths and Mr. and Mrs. Garlic .
Stephens, Sr. of RkMand. Ga.; Byrd, Seville, were week JohnstonPaid
Mr. and Mr*. Harvey Well, f"Ad1tHters at the home ofMr. I
Athens W. Va.; Mrs. Dottle and Mrs. J. D. Barber. OnSunday
Skinner and children of Tarpon Ihf'y'iaHC'C1 In StAugustln" I Political Adv.r .
Springs with Mr and Mrs. _


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NEWS Quantity IIIe.h
i WE GIVE Reserved
i..\ Petty Ofr 2 C Peter Mtseh.Ul METTS
Navy. Key West, receivedhis '
US Citiaenship. Match 15. TOP Prices Good

Weekly Sermon The Petty OAeer was born inNuernberg. THwrs., Fri, Sat.

B... Otivtr r. Taylor. Pastor meved I..Russell Germany where and ht" VALUE

BtmaU MthodUt Court ......... .... )'NN beforethe SUPER MARKET hl ti+ : :30
THE PURE IN HEART listing In the Navy. STAMPS and

Some people regard the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
Germaek. of Flatter 8Mdt.c. .
in heart 1
pure only M those I ILyke's
people who are morally JM"f.fM. .o-i
Jeep Werk' of Charles
Of course, common sense Smoked
( )
exetades everyone from feeing Worry Bumeti. .to spending
absolutely perfect Our beat IS days leave with his famIly -
interpretation of this phrase in Texas. Jeep who is
Is In reference to a person who serving in Vietnam was called
home' to be with his wife
has a singleness of purpose to
do God's will. This dues not who underwent surgery
remove tni person from the (-0-) PICNICS
human race, but does include In a l letter to his. parents,
the actions and the attitudesof Pvt. Beyd Robertson said he
the person. Therefore, the had arrived In Korea and has Lb.
total person is referred to been assigned to an artillery
battalion. Pvt. Robertson said
when one speaks of the pure
In heart he was stationed somewhere
A person of today can be near Seoul north of the 38parallel Florida Grade "A"F Flavor Aged
in heart 'hf'lhf' Is and south of the h
pure committed (Family Pkf.)
to a direction in life DMZ. CUTUP CHUCK
toward God. Jesus was not referring (-0-) PORK STEAKS
to a ridiculous principle Cpt. Tommy )Daniel to FRYERS STEAK
but to actions and attitudes home from Vietnam. Tommy lb.
in life which can only to awaiting a medical discharge I 59C Lb.
come with sincere dedicationand from the US Marine 5 & 'I79 5ge
devotion to God. The- Corps. lie has served in the-
Marines the past 3 years.
promise of seeing' God means!
two things. One' of these Is He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.R. Lean
to see Cod in the individuals F. McDaniel. Flagler
actions and in the beauty of Beaeh. (-0-) FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. for 1.29
creation and consummation.The .
other reference is to seeing Robert Abbott. US Navy.
Kevlavik, Iceland has arrived
Cod in the age to come.Jesus .
spoke these words home to spend a leave Flavor Aged ChoiceSIRLOIN Flavor Aged Choice
with his parents Mr. and
many gathered years on the ago Mount to those but Mrs.Beach Jack Abbott. Flagler STEAK lb. 99C RIB STEAK lb. 89C

they are also a challenge to
( >)>
today.those who"Blessed would are serve the pure him Jack serving Westbrook.with who the ha.bftn US. T BONE STEAK lb. Ts ROUND STEAK lb. 99C

In heart for they shall see'
God. Matthew 5:8.: Navy In Vietnam la spendinga SHOULDER lb.
and leave Mrs.with Cecil his Westbrook parents, Mr.atFlalf'I' STEAK 7ge PLATE STEW" 29CGiant
Flagler Senior Citizens Club Size
Former Bunnell resident.
met last week In its clubroomin

Flagler the Beach.Municipal A musical Building.program Sgt. John to Barker Albany has Ga.been. Marine reassigned

was presented followingthe 13 months Corps In Base Da after Nangh serving Viet F A B Limit (1) with pur- 49 0

The business be held Club's Tuesday evening meetingwill nam. C-o- chlue food order of $5.00 or more **SIZE JANT

First Lt Thomas Clark. Marine
April 2. Those planning to attend -
Corps. formerly of Bun
are asked to bring a covered -
nell). Is now stationed at
dish and table service
Cherry Point N. C. after sere
for the potluck supper which Folger's (Mountain Crown)
ing 13 months at Da Nangh.
begins at 6 o'clock. Visitorsare

welcome, according to Vietnam. (-0-, Limit I with purLb. '
Walter Creal, publicity chair .
SP6 Frank Hazen. III. Is COFFEE 49'
man. chase of $5.00 or
serving In Vietnam with the -p
Army Engineer' Corps. His address more food order.

BRONZE RECEIVES STARS. STB 497th RA 14743GC6 Frank Engr.M.Co.Hazen(PC) OR YOUR CHOICE SHURFINE, 1 lb. Tin 29*

Sgt Jimmle Anderson 28 APO 96312 SF Calif.
year old son of Mrs. J. D. -
Ferritt Flagler Beach was REGISTERAND Florida Grade "A" Hunt's (Die 20 Oz.) Shurfine (Qts.)
presented' the Bronze Star for MEDIUM
Heroism in Vietnam. VOTE
Anderson was severely EGGS

an wounded assaut In last both December legs during He WE MAKE l Doz. 320 oz. $i 2 77C Jars
was removed to a hospital OUR OWN PAINT
Japan wheat he was told he Bay Direct-Sore-Why -
would never walk again. for More Lyke's (300 Can) Kraft 18 oz. Northern (Asst.)
However he did not give up e3A4LOfaLATE
and through strenuous self

training he has Improved his 3 l....rte.-I:(....... $5 TOWELS.
condition so that he can now
walk with the use of a cane Gallons S I:!!18 Cans ox $< 00 For
He Is a patient at Chelsea 2 Outside White 3 SIOO 318 JL 3 99C
Naval Hospital but hopes to OIL BASE FOR WOOD
have a leave soon so that he
can come to Florida. His wife. Yeomans Nationwide Ever fresh ((20 oz.) Everfresh (Reg.)

old aer Marguerite with daughter him., and Barbara nine month Ann. fmm..d 43* s.Paint.I.*...*...Factory I-11.......A BREAD 3 Leaves 69C BREAD 4 u"" 75c

TO ALL FLAGLER U. s. No. 1 Golden YellowBANANAS Yellow CookincPOTATOES


I am a candidate for re-election to the 10Basb.. 39C

Board of County Commissioners District One. If lb. 9C 3lb35C

elected I will continue to work toward the better- Limit (1) Bag Please

ment of the entire county.

I am asking for your support in the May

Primary. Frozen Foods Dairy Bakery

Louis M. SteflikPaId Master Chef Kraft (Fresh) EyerEre.h 8 d. Hot Doc,

French Fries, Orange Juice, .. Hamburger
2 lb. Bac. .... 1ge Vs CaL CI.... 6::JII' BUNS 2 pkCa. 45e
Political Adv.

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g-THC FLAQU TBIBPMC> THVM MAftCM M. MM vicrr DIIC street tfc* ssastowa Isi sdver. members had ,sawed tM as-
using and PR Nt to begin sscsatton' since taw last MMvfinf. -
SCHOOL routine: Penny Parriatt and oil B MN LOT April sAdults .
Sharon Spivey. vocal duct: Mho TlcM King sopfcoaaor may register IN advance Other: badness transacts.*
SWMffY OOVWCH Jeanne Hlgg.nbothsm. baton at Flail** state Untamtty.TailaaMSMw. ay selephowe III' OM sr Included voting to MSJMSWraamsirs
twirling: Silvia King and has been hnasrd all of the dflW ...... Riglulirstica to pay isnnsi dues
Of"PIC8M JUJICftIt Ginger Miller vocal dust; ay vstaf. designated on tile Wfv Ra KM> 1M per ....... plus a of It to lee .UIM. to vote nbustnsss
Clifford Taylor WM iinl High School Student Jackie Murray and shells grad Its.-. with a mar to Dr. Hal Massy dsteetor v.4 d to
itistsla4 weal .... In itllliUjL of DWCs vocational dlvliL@ -
Council l.fptisidint at adopt a usuiution requesting
ft CWMM rtfcrtidl laIC .... Mia Xhaf stated that ** ..... the Flagler Reach City CasnaUssion -
Other sslcers elected to planned !. be a rsaeardl to reduce taw police.
serve the ensuing year wereMary IHS BAND GETS ....baY. sots has beets ..... ALTO MMHffT dartment. budget from
Ann .....k. vice president EXCELLENT RATINGThe fif A one week Swine NoRday. tftJHMO to 93WM9.
; Nancy Hsrgett. s*..te-. GHIAB9ATE lspoted attorney kes had
Biggest Uttle Band in
terry; o.a... Tucker treasurer The Florida Niffway Patted been paid lit full IN legal
Dixie earned an excellent' rat
; and Michael Robinsaa, DBJC TO OFFER will graduate 47 members services pertaining te doe
lag in the District Band Con- of the 3lrd recruit class InMMmaHtea
sergeewt at .....
teat held in St Augustine :tat. BUSINESS COURSESA at the Parkway city park.

unlay.Tfeny. Church In Tallahassee -
Parker won a superior amonc CMC. The Small BHSNMWS at 10:00: a. m. Saturday
FTA TALENT CONTEST rating *. student conductor. Administration and Month 30 Patrol Director' H. UNITS

MiM Kathy Bourne was Selected he HWeheese and Susan SCORE cVfvkv Cora. of Re- N. Klrkman a"RURrK
WtlMer Of the FutUfeTvttCnMV ......,.... earned superior rat. tired SMVMMVM). will providethree O. L Peweel Knl. ..... few- INSTALLED
lugs a* salon twtrier nelL will he 1M re-
of America Talent. among
special shots rourw beginning Around the clock mail MTV-
Show Saturday night at the A Mixed clarinet quartetcoMfmiipd April 1 for employees twits who have c.spieteda .ice from vending maehlwee.
Sunned High School Gym. of Nancy deal. Susan of area business and Industrial three month training period one of ttte most popular of recent
Miss Bourne's vocal solo Higginbetham Strife flttM.The at Florida Highway Patrol' postal innovations k on
..VU.." WM Judged best In Weaver and Cherry Wada- BSMrBsa are ti-led. smallBMslniiaa \N4Wmy. the way for :27 more cities in
the take worth wen superior. He is the son of )lr. and
Mp't6tieft. management supervision the four-state Atlanta Regfofl.
Mrs. C. H. Knight. of Bunneil.
Miss Helene Bryan placedsecond All Individuate and groupswith and communlcattoMiand The 38 new units to be
with a ballet dance. superior ratings are etl- Pit NATIONAL CHAMBEROF located In Georgia, Florida.
Third place winners were' little to enter the stale contest Gf'M'IIMtord.. .1 new' a*- COMMERCE WEEK North and South Carolina are
Etaora Emanuel and Ltria In Tallahassee in May. p 4nt w to the DBJC staff will Al Jones. Executive Secretary part of a national drive by the
Jones for a daMe duo. The Bend rated excellent In teach the supervisory course of Flagler, Chamber of Post Office Department to put
The three winners were presented concert! and sight reading. A Formerly, he was ho oi trophies.Judges clarinet quartet composed of for the Veterans National Chamber of ComIW self-service units. Only a 1H-
for the event were Sue Bfoadaway' Linda Administration.His WP Week, tie more than 100 are now tn
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creel Church Catherine Harris and lectures beginning The Flagler Chamber of operation.
and Alvin Thompson. Brenda Townsend had an exrrlient April 1 at 7 p. m.. will cover C8fI'Hftf'ft't"' .. I Ifl lift second While. setf-serviee units cannot
Other contestants. were Rose- rating. supervision principles, skill. year In operation. There are provide all services thata
ann Mercer and Cindy Ourranee Carl P. grupbaeher Is direc- development In speaking and mere than 100 paid members regularly manned post office
performing a dance of of The Biggest Little Band writing and methods of con ones said. L. E. Wadsworth Ie can Mr. Gladden saJ.dtftt'y
skit. Patricia Hubbert. dance in Dixie. ference.
a serving a second term asprt'ltld.nt. have one major advan
-- -- George W. Johns owner ofCarol' .
tage-continual service.
---- --- Inc returns to the
ilh'I, ;'II" t'lmftil DBJC staff April 2 to teach TAXPAYERS The units are always open
small business management.In day and night. Sundays and
ADOPT BYLAWS holidays. 33K days a year," he
ON TIMECERTIFICATES ten weekly lectures he will
501 discuss problems of organization Flagler Beach Taxpayers Mid
LifI! finance, accounting taxes Association members adopted Patrons can mail letters
and SBA loan policy bylaws at their regular and packages, buy stamps
VOUISIACOVHTY MINIMUM S3.000-90 DAYS Joseph Kenner. Jr. Information meeting Monday night at the postal cards envelopes and
specialist for the V'olu- municipal hall.It minimum parcel post Insurance -
NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY ala County Schools will in- was reported fourteen from vending machines.

Ph. 677-S217 17S W. Granada
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107 N. Bar St. P. O. Box 657






Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving


Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts y _?

FINE HARDWOODS ': I 4 to make a profit. .

Most orders filled within IS working days. Now Servingall
areas la 7$ mil rod. el BunnelL

CALL COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 439-2579


8:00 P. M. electric-pumped

FREE REFRESHMENTS ff, irrigation

TONIGHT (Thursday ) helps me do it"You


know what a dry period can do.The best "rain insurance" .

Disabled American VeteransJim Is a dependable controllable economical electric motor pump

Booe Chaptor No. 86 ing water at the right time, where it's needed.

Electric-pumped irrigation is becoming a routine production

practice because it pays off. for farmers, dairymen, citrus

I| SAVE- BY-MAIL r |I + growers and on beef cattle pastures.An .

l lEARN electric motor gives years of trouble-free service.There'sa
minimum of maintenance and no fuel handling. It can be

automatically controlled with a time dock or float switch.

ABOVE AVERAGE Sea your equipment deafer or contact us.


Pay Postage Both Ways




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7-1'HE' PIJHILH mlu.Jr. 1IMHII.. MUCH 38. $81.

ANNOUNCINGI .CAR. MLa-... Ps* c LSS.IAL AB...........MyKp -

ADVERTISINGIJ ......... .-.c II .- r.

8 0ft h ..... .or
cyi. nNHVPOTftllMI tee .. ;rr-t. .wresr
I AIM oMerillg. ....... ..
|. honk the Yetees e.f FJ.a.Ier ; .We. Phone 437713 Ity.LOWKY Irrls .l'TtIK t41111CLeMENT

C.wt4y for the epparttmUy of s.rwg you deriRc P. D.IWUilsistHt.

PlAJIfO-W. fll- *..
the part years aH to am-M**.** my eandWacy for ton with electric di iullllliIfImr r JAKE A t>>jya.SOTUK .
RATE-4c p" word. )( (mum 1)phsdaat.
reelection and matching fce.w*. Like OP sill? *0 ritor.Tr .
cbarge Issue 31.00.
per _.00 and aaaMe MMM
iww '
-- ---- TO JAMB A. i ror
SEPTIC TANK efe nlivc; drain monthly paymettta.' B. B. 3N' IT 11M..... JkvwMMPattorao

COUNTY JUDGE OF BeMa htfUHed; ItotaReteraaa41 S2M after 6 p. m. hit Yes are*,.narowjr Mow Joroar not A ada dial

helL, Reasonable prkec. action for M,,oroo ... .....
REGISTERAND Mad aaalMt yes ..d port are
Call George Jaroaz 497-3110 roaa)>red to acrvo a posy .d pent
FLAGLER COUNTYIF 8-1-tl wrHtjM ..fM.... If ...,. t* H,
... JIIet_ JI n ,
VOTE Iw .......11. ....... a
1H ....... (
I PLEDGE CONTINUEDFAIR us hemp beautify Hatter -- tho .eli1no1wwWh t..M OUrk of
nrgrn.?FOR BID* the shove led Cowrt
.t on Mbo
IMPARTIAL AND COURTEOUS County. Large variety of evergreens t.,.._ _.-*. win .. ........ for April < IMI. othorwtoo ;
palma, Hedge plant .. ,t.. _*_ or tha "ttror ckgk Jwdarntont may bo inilitMainot
tho (lt,. or ....._11. Ye,.__ : you f.r ho rottof d.-
ADMINISTRATION.T. 5H miles S of Bunnell on I. tho Civic Cantor BvlWtaa;. onor man.<>.d In the Contftlaiftt or Pot -
U. & 1. Feb. 15-tic boforo 4 M p. m. on the lat .It....
oar or April. A. D INt. for o.. W ITN ICMtt ar hand a** I hoami
SINGER (II hoavr doty van-tyao trw fc of aaM Onw* Into Sib day
K. ( 0 with the fallowlna; >..M>*a- of February, Ifw.URORlJR .
In Maw 0. V. W.-TJ4.. IW. (seal)
MACHINE. Must place: wt.- .._.... By './ JvMa R. IUrvy
year area. A-l ftbape ZlgZafg ......l Itf**--*M..... d D* .MT Clerk

Paid Poikfeal Adv.Flagler *. make button holes, ieTIPS.$014.5 IN 14 March 7. II. Jl. |t. 4t.

fancy designs sews on buttons AH.rnat.ri AMP. LEGAL Amr.KTI.ICIICHT '
.....,,-ta Am*.
appUeques, monograms.etc rr..h Air lloaur.W .
L -. .. nJ Sold new for oven' ,300. ..t Coa.t MHrora. IU15ITV. KLOK.IUA .
Must SACRIFICE. Just A t trado-l attowai*** en a
ts5sTun.. I orftftaar Chrw to Ta o ... S4S
Insurance balance $63. or assume $8. let truck to bo conahl.r4 Inrrlr "A kvLl Y s: 1ft R K
County monthly payments. Will take WeI'nc. rtaintirrHERMAN
.. to ba P. 0. B. Dunnvlt.approtlmat. vs
older machine In trade. Call .d..C o>llr. MARTIN IJt'IlK

Credit Manager. COLLECT er7 d.... ItelandantTO
Inc. I"'II ..4,...... .tT.1O fIPPCfD
Agency Jacksonville 353-1MS an/ to th Arbtd .. m1.", .... P. UBox THE 8TATH < >lH\A. TO
time> Will deliver, no obit,. TW. RuMMfl. "ftrld &M1*. lieftUAN. /A UIIA llOltK
raatkN Bid on heavy nu I' I. U. lIes sit.l' .
All Forms of Insurance tion. Mar. T. 14. 21. 2 .4tc Van.Ttp. Tnt k". Tile City .. lIMooti
C "''''' rM>nr. the TOM are h.r.. &. that a
FOR SALE. Rent or Lease r! h.I't aiir and alt bid ... hu boon a1ed acalntt yon
305 East Moody Birdt tPhone 4373171Bunnell and bM that In IUtvdimvttt In tile aboro ntlU d e....; and
2 bedroom Florida room will be for tb. b..t you are ..,.., required to Bio
Florida 32010 beach house with carport. Ph. lattrMt or rho City of l=hi.n 1. your answer withb.. Clark or
nrl U.WITNBMI. thla CowrC and to aonro % copy
4373472. Mar. 7-TFC mr band and official thcraof upon tho plaintiff or
LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSAIM veal this 11th day of March, plalntlfra attorney, whoop name
FOR SALE-Desks, tables, A. U. !,<*. an /./ ach.....n B. Barber Mayor >Hkurlco Wagner _
card cabinets chairs
flies city of Uuaiwll. Florida 144 llurUlfh A..._
steel shelving, clocks copier ATTI'WT: notholly Hill.
blueprint file, air comPf"80r.mbc. City llarbara perk C. ...,t.... it Vuup tk*Floridat. .*. n-

office equipment' Lehlgh Mar U. U. It. It*. If you rail do a.. Default
will bo rnt. J.axalaot you for
Cement Phone
FOR SAFETYFOR LEGAL ADTKKTISKMB5TT: the relief atamandcd In the bill
439.2353. Mar. 7, 14. 21, 28-4tc of complaint. The aalura or aald
1% HURT or TIIK Clll HTVJl cult brine for
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AND "?%T5: ... KUIHIIIAI'ttoHlTK WITNBWI my hand and .*.t
WITH RADIO "... MMIn or ..... Court tills 2>th day of

Take up payments on 2 month roBatata. of I..r.ho IKIt A. M.: xi.c MOODY

SAFE MITE DRIVINGHave old beautiful stereo console AUCB it. .101 I NRTOS.I..atoed. Clerk of Mid Circuit Court
(Official Heal)
like new. 4 speed record "tTlf M rROH4TIiiK -: U,. /./ Julia R. Harvey
changer. Balance due $68. or TO AU 1' N INTUJlHiHT.TK l>eputy Hark
aimed Intensity
your March 5
14. II. .
month. Phone COLLECT
pay $3 a MAID l) X.KtUNT:
checked hy ATLAS APPROVED AIMERS and Jacksonville 353-1946 You ar. "keMby nollftod that APVERTIlKMK.'tTiv
a written Inalrumcut puri..rlina:
INTENSITY METERS.BYPJX anytime. No obligation. A-l to boo lh. l-..t Will and T.ata> Tim -
t-ni' T.IH. .
.... .... :
moot or dormfont boon
Music Center 1606 Main St. admMtrd to p>rohat. .. In tM .(11 Mr I* A*|. KOH KLAIi.
Jacksonville. Fla. Court You are herrbr .m- lot *tVM'HIII%
.... .. PHOBtTK Xo. Mw1BOJMJK
KNOX .1tfI. Ns c.Mnd.rtb.
March 7. 14. 21, 28-4tc from the date
#rft pvMlollMi or tMa -.eN;; T......d.OTUK. )MDr.
PORTABLE TTTEWRITEH t. In Into <''urt and % T l CRKIHTONa!
SERVICEU. Remington Lightweight good whew r-i _. If ajir you ran. why. To all .........,. and all per-
Ih* action of into I'aurt In dmlttliur aona
S. Highway 1-Bunneli condition. Has balance of said will tphouM 0 preM'. having MM relate rlalma: or demandaacalnit
not Hand _..k.....
$34. or payr per month. Ph. T You. and each of you. are hereby -
Day 437-3652 Night 437-3944 / / KFtrvt NeK" abtf'.nty notified and required to proaent .
COLLECT Jacksonville 353- Judge. r'Iael.r any claims and .....n..
0001. Will deliver without |..Mtratl.n Marrli !i. the which palate you of may lleorco have Moody aaralnat>-

IHa, ........ a.,. of f..lor County
'I.r1T..TII..IEI.E&I..e.1Bes..I..I.1NOTICE obligation.March PINK i4veKbs ...r..... to the CV , Ju.... of
7 14 21 28-4tc
2pE..w Mr Wo.l.y A. PH k Ptacler County, at his nffteo In
I' n Bon illyLnytona .... Court house In Uunnell.
Cemetery Lots For Sale- KlorW Ptaffler. County, Florida, within

Lot 127 (2 spaces) In Sec B-1 AUo rno|> ,for.. Apr RalaloMar (. II. II. tie first""if months publication. from or this tho _d.t.......of

In Volusla Memorial Cemetery Bach claim or demand muat
TO FLAGLER BEACH & BUNNELL RESIDENTS LEGAL AD ERTi.lcsir s r bo In wrltlnr and must ...t. tile
Daytona Beach. Contact ...-. of ,...h|.nce> and poetoinco
iTHK tuivrrOIHT. "IMP add,... of tho
Mrs. W. II. Wells Tel 437- claimant and moat
CIRCUMSTANCES should the I' l. ''lIb Poll VSi. b ..
.r" to by Iho
UNDER claimant
3397. Mar 14, 21..28. 444tcWANTED '..:H .H >Tl. "'.uHIII'. F 1rHOHTK hto agent, or hla attorney, or It

I Flagler Beach Fire Dept'a. TELEPHONE NO. IMMEDIATELY ,o .... law.will bo barred according tu

other than IV Ilk 1IICT.'Tt: OKAUOE Flr.t .
for publication March
429-2496 be used any purpose MAN OR WOMAN to supply rt JOIINMTOS. (Pis. on Jl.
1'fIT".H t r..OF FIR E tteorno M. Moody
REPORTING A consumers with Rawlelgh Til HKIIITOII
Products In Flagler County orBunntlJ. To all .,",ltor. and all .. ,- Aa Adnrtnlatralor r of
Iho Katao of
ia requested hy the Flagler on* ha vlnaclaim. or demand lleorco
Your cooperation Can earn $30.00 .....1.. aaM .atat-' Inland II.Moody.*hwP. eceaaed..
time $100 and Ya... and each of you. are hereby -
Commission. weekly
Beach City part up notified and required t* p,.- O. not 2)4
full time. Write Rawlelgh, ....t any rlalnta and ......n4l. Uunnell. Florid
oe g = JQQj |TrfflJfjn| ) lJ&;. =ll mc Dlmmmmm.a FLC-300-336 Memphis Tenn. which yea or either or ytt. ntajrhavo Attorney Mar.for Administrator
ai ut tho vctato or AUCK II. 25. Apr. 4. 11. 4tK .
Mar. 14, 28. Apr. 18. May 24tp. H JOH.Vm>> d.......... lato .fPla LEGAL
.lr f wnty, KtorMa. lo the ADYERTIsEn6JITrrrit'ii : :
County Judc of KioxUr Coun .. ..
.".. .
Afl) N.Ll.yl -
hla oftlro In I ho County
r.t't.. ... I"II"I: T .. ritrmNotW -
< In tlunaoll. KtaclrCounty.
Ponies For Sale Three Shetland ftl. 3Atsp 1

fter you see ponies. Ph. 437-3918. _...h.. from Florida tho dat within or Ant.1. and That"Ilwnnrll. Plod Farm
publication or thto notlro.Kth oornjKi. .. ofrat l by VUo'-
Mar. 21. 28. 2tp. raoa) and Karl Knabb
your doctor. clalip or demand moatbe has of I January IMS wad
In wrltlnaand moat .t.'. I boplar mud bual_... loeat.d
FOR SALE- 2 formal. 1 semiformal at Bunnell
of residence and poatofltcoddr together with
size 5 Jr. ... of th* claimant and muit nwrrhaiMllao., asset. .u .1 Its
aM .
bring gowns petite. equip
yourprescription be ...r" to by tbo claimant, hla *nest, ''*. *' claims. to V It oleo
1 Conn clarinet good arm IK. or hla attorney. or It K. H...,.,... nod Carolyn lUutoraon. -
to condition. Reasonable. Phone will bo barred according to law who will roatlnno to
ECRAIG j KIr.t publication on March 21. crate ..... culling and .... bua.aaau'med op..
437-3718 Mar. 28. ate 1MI. : l'' the "' the
lionald Richard Moor name fIlLii
.. $u.i
A* Enacutor or the Last .,....
J Will and T..otam.nt o( After t Jaatiarr 1us Vllolr
l .a.4. will no longer u.o
1 "* it. Apr. I. I1. It. lt. llunall Dud Farm or baVrAHT
Wails IMAM OVER 40 alb* for any of ?... debts .'

Prolu.lonoIIJdg. r mid: t::: :i-to a rarer! :::: prior:"t.

FOR FLAGLER AREAWe HASTINGS MATTRESS January Isle ahouid Vo.: a.ntar
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS l.. llo...'. I Plot .'.*A. "utI1.
need a good man who can 710-12 Lemon SL tho.r.l; ,.JanuarryzblSlt n'luil shall be

make short auto trips. ware Palatka Florida .on and CarrolynOiittaui.r.owudo.*

willing to pay top earnings '". boalB.. under the name .t
Phone EA 5-9166
IteCr. Mod V.r.... .d up to$11,5tO N.. 1, 110. 11t.A.
Furniture VpIIoItmDcJ huwnell
FUNERAL HOME in a Repaired & Refinished /aVII' 4J Ka-Wraon
year /./ Carolyn lUutoraon
Mattresses & Sox Springs Knabbi
A. B. CRAIG. Funeral Director Plus regular Cash BonusOur NOISe to Order. Also Renovated Attorney/. at Law Wiaw

CaD Laura Morris 437-XO3 I' a no* m
JOHN CAPO. Manager top men in other partsof Hann Florida U ia
( country draw exceptional" Alter ego P. M. Mar. II. Apr. C. It. it. ate

AIR I I OXYGENLADY earnings. Contact customers PRICES REASONABLE

I Arr> AMBULlNCE4Phone confidential letter to A L.Dldunon. Jut as Dear as your a.vtatencS

President Southwestern Phone or Post Office

ID 7-3532 Petroleum Corpor Drop Us a Card or Call Real Estate Broker

ation. Fort Worth Texas 76101 Free Pickup & Delivery

2C1 E. MOODY BLVD BUMKELU FLORIDA Mar. 28. Ito Human nosida

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KLEIN ANNOUNCESFOR Per ire ,.... Me M aang HOftgB
Jnde Ridge
on DtotrteC H Wee Posed char Mfftt.npfoMotattvev. ...... Caufy. ... CROSS DRIVE
N. OrlanaX announced that
STATE SENATE and Is attire! In tice MMM h to of Liberty 10*.
cadUate for Stale Supreme STARTS TONIGHTThe
Harvey Klein Ocala attorney County Chamber of Cos- Court Group 1. theist insurance Company.
ha announced that he .... Me has term as pe M....- was recently honoeud by reins American Mod Cuil
.tc a .....,.kwn candidate for inc attorney Criminal Court t+tirain the oubanIg Drive In Bunnell will JIlt tin-
the eke of State Senator CAM @T THANK Judge and eight years aa Circuit Insurance salesman 01rolns .... airway Thursday Marsh X
which will include ,.....,. Judge. .MM .. It at 7:90 p. m. accordtec h e.-
Marion Putnam and Clay Thanks to all my goodIriind tile Pest woman to hew shairmn )I,., If-.c. Mutts
wtiecs.Kle4et and relatives who sothoughtfully BIRTHDAY DATA 'aeitiered this ...... MIl Mm Harry AttdMeR.

was Outstanding rnlu.'rc4. m* Happy Mrthday this week: to: Nt.wtaC the drive worker .
during MY illness IH hospihl. J CARD OP THANKS
Freshman at 29f fft&A vAvV i 1Way-RPv. J. G. Ivey. wilt meet at the home of
tty and received Ms law degree for All the .nice 0tfwprayer sows.,. Friday-Jimmy Watson Mr*. Stanton and I wish to Mrs. Atkinson. Palmetto Ave.,
bards and vt** paid
from Miami UMw ity. SetVftley-Robtn Lee Evans thank the staff of Dunnt41who. for refest..ewaMrs.
all dW much'
He caw erviee In the PaeMc to me. They so Gary Gresham. Hospital and the many friends
while In the Army. for me and mine. May God Sunday-Nettie BradacMondaysieve with cards ,letters and Louise Jones and MFS.
bless each and everyone
He has served as Command their kind thoughts Watson. visits helped me In my lateP Ann Deveney of Miami wereth
er of Ocala CAP and has Wf'dnNday-Ln1 L. Bran- IIIftHa. weekend' heusecuests of
as Town Attorney for Reddlek Myrtiee Moody nam Jr. &*. Lester Stanton Mf*. Margaret Taylor.

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Last chance for White Tag savingson

the Better Idea Fords. See your

Ford Dealer today. Sale ending soon.

Don't miss this opportunity. If you're thinking of buying
any time this year, come in now. White Tags mean big -- -
savings on all models. But hurry!

tuwtsnq Hardtop ...'

BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. Bunnell, Flordiar


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