The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
April 11, 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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Maundy Thursday Com -- PTA MEETTONIGHT f
To AddressC Bunion Serrietst The Bun-

nell First Methodist Church

of C. TonightState 7:00 p. m.The FUflff Beach Bunnell High School has a
First Methodist Church 7'30 full beginning at
Senator Richard B. program
p. m. 6PM. tonight with the
Stone will address a public
Good Strrkssi Bun
Friday Science Fair and followed by
meeting called by the Flag- t
nell First Methodist Church
Junior and Senior High
of Commerce tonight
ler Chamber
12:10 to 12:25 11I.The
: p. Chorus PTA Installation Dedication .
at 8 p. m, at the Bun Flagler Beach First Methodist ,
nell Civic Center. of Ubrary, Physical ,
Church 7:30 p. m
Education Demonstration and
of Senator
The subject n
Easter Sunrise Services .
Stone's address will be The Union Easter Sunrise Worship Band Program

Future of Small Counties". Service -at the Flagler Coach Jack Hall Coordinator -
The public Is cordially invited Beach First Methodist Churchat of Special Program stated

6:00 a m.REYNOLDS that each event would be
ti w brief so that parents and visitors .
BEACH COMMISSION ELECTED would be able to get a
glimpse of several activitiesof
the school program.

the first regular meetIng TAXPAYERS ASSN. c. B. Elsenbach left) was elected Mayor of Bunnell at a recent The science fair exhibits

of the Flagler Beach City reorganization meeting Hubert Pclllcer (right was chosen will be open from 6 p. m. to
Commission which was held Angus Reynolds was elected I Vice Mayor. 7 p. m. In the school cafeter
Thursday night the follow President of the Flagler ia. English foreign language
ing committees were appointed Beach Taxpayers Association SHELL ILUrr
and elementary school exhibits
: Water Department: Keene Monday night at the Flagler TRACT SOLDTht" will be shown In the main I
Gumee and Howard Lerch: Beach Recreation IU1L He Cowart Brothers have building. Primary school ex-
Streets, Sanitation and Clean. succeeds R. Hunt ELECTED MAYORCity just completed the sale of hibits will be In each class
big: Max Porte and Rufus Others elected were T. J. the Shell Bluff Tract of 8100 room.
Miller: Fire and Police: Keene Davock Vice President Walter Commissioner C B. acres of land to James El- I
Gurnee and Howard Lerch. Green Treasuer, and Mrs. Efeenbach was elected Mayor worth Davis of Jacksonville.The At 7:10 the Junior and Sen .
Pier and Pier House Howard M. C Nelson Secretary. Dll at the Bunnell City Commission stamp on the deed Indicated lor High School Chorus will
Lerch and Keene Gurnee; rectors elected were Rev. Max meeting las week Hubert the sale price was In present a brief musical pro-
Improvement, Parks and Recreation Hall. Mrs. N. K. Givens Stratton Pelllcer, newly elected excess of 1000000. gram. It will be followed by

and Municipal Building Norcros. Gilbert Krler, commissioner was named This Is believed to be the the PTA meeting which will
: Rufus Miller' and Max Wm. Richter Martin Porte Vice Mayor.In largest single land sale in consist of executive' committee

Porte, and Library and Pub. and H R. Hunt Installationwill other business the com the history of Flagler County. report and Installation
licity. Rufus Miller and Herbert be at 7:30: p. nx, April 29. missioners heard a request This acreage lies in the northwest of officers'

Fuller. President Reynolds announced from property owner Jimmy corner of Flagler Coun- Mrs. Laura McDanlel will
Martin Porte was appointed that the membership Townsend of Daytona Beachto ty and borders on Lake Crescent be Installed as president T. A.
Building Inspector His was Invited to hear Senator open streets and rezone Highway 100 and the Jones as vice president Mrs.
remuneration would be one- Richard Stone of Dade four blocks on Deen Road for St Johns Park Road. Marine Buckles as secretaryand
half of the building permit County talk at the Bunnell mobile home sites. Townsend Mrs. Barbara Cody, treas
fees and a travel allowanceof Civic Center at 8:00: p. m.. was advised a pubHc hearing CRAIG AND BRYAN urer.

$10 per month. Small Thursday Counties on the" Future of would be required' and the discussion ANNOUNCE FOR A physical education demonstration

was tabled until May HOUSE SEATS will begin at 8:05
REACH P. T. A. PROGRAMON It was announced that any 6. Rep. A. H. (Gus) Craig announced In the gymnasium to be followed .
NARCOTICSThe one wishing to contribute art. Authorized Superintendentof that he will seek reelection by a short band 'program -
isles for the salerondUC'tt'd
rummage the Water DepartmentGene as State Representative by the Biggest Uttle
Flagler Beach PTA will by Mrs. B. D. Good
District 34 which
Barber to purchase 100 from Band In Dixie.
meet Monday. April 15th at win and Mrs. Sarah Dickinson

bags of filter sand for use at compose Flagler, St. Johns,
7-30 p. m. in the School Cafe- for the Association to contact the water department Putnam and Lake Counties. The entire program is
torlurn. either of the members scheduled to be concluded by
Boardof Craig has served four termsIn
After a brief business meet for pick up of he articles. Voted to request' the and 8:40. School officials and PTA
the State Legislature
ing. Sergeant Pblt r. of the Special guests were Sheriff County Commissioners to committees officers stressed that the pub.
hail served on such
Jacksonville Police Depart P. A. Edmonson who spokeon widen the bridge on S. Pine Institutions lie is encouraged to attend
as Insurance, state
ment Division of Narcotics advanced procedures In Street at Canal Street to not and banks and loans.He all phases of the program.
will be guest speaker, and answer law enforcement and George less than 22 feet was chairman of saltwater
any questions on the Moody, Clerk of Court who Accepted the bid of Bunnell conservation and vice
all-important subject of nar talked of the services of the Motor Company of JZ390.00 chairman of claims. BUMPER CROP
cotics. Clerks office. for a 19G9 heavy-duty van
of Oncinattl
Craig is a graduate -
Regardless' of whether you Rufus Miller announcedthat type truck. The other bid sub. Embalming School lie FOR FARMERSArea
have children in school or Harvey Klein of Ocala.a mitted was from Hall-Tum-
Is a veteran of World War II
it is for ALL lln Chevrolet for $2.750.00. growers are anticipating
not Important candidate for State Senator,
and past president of St. Augustine of
a bumper
crop potatoesthis
citizens of community to Dist 13. would be '
our guest Heard a request from prop. Rotary. He Is past master
attend this informative meetIng. speaker at the meeting of the erty owner Tom Holden to of Ashlar Masonic Lodge season.

Association April 29. change a parcel of land In and has served In Jaycees Harvesting In the St. Johns,
Colony Park from lots to acreage Flagler and Putnam countyarea
work of which he Is past president
BEACH LIONS DONATE SCHOOL SIGNS and close the streets In Is expected to begin

the area.The request was tabled lie is active In Trinity Episcopal around April 1S.

until further Investiga Church and secretary of Based In average yields

a.. tion. Craig Funeral Home In St some 4.2 billion pounds of potatoes I
Issued an occupational license Augustine and BunnelL are expected to be harvested .
to Tom Diamond for operating Jade Bryan. Palatka attorney from the 28,000 acres

a Pool Room in Bun. announced that he is a In the til-county area.
candidate for House of Representatives .
1 nell.Agreet The area are again
t' to Install drainage District 33 for the
merchandising and promoting
5CHOOoL SCHOOL boxes on the west side of seat being vacated by Representative their through ln-store
Church Street Gator Beck.
merchandising and other t
ZONE ZONE Agreed to hire Mel Conner Bryan is Assistant Public techniques' promotion
and Associates, Consulting Defender for Putnam County
1 pN tPH Engineers' and Planners of and Is former administrative In the past seven years,
Tallahassee' to prepare a studyof assistant to Congressman through cooperation of the
the dry of Bunnell subjectto Billy Matthews. lie is activeIn Florida Department of Agriculture
approval and funding of Palatka civic affairs and over 95,000 ln-stoce
the Federal 701 program. is a director: of the Chamberof promotions have been carried
Rehired all city employees. Commerce. out

Rehired City Attorney Charles I
Tindell and named the Citizens
a. --. Bank as depository.
4 Commissioners Shelton Bar.

her Martin McDanlel' and u

Hubert Pclllcer were seated. l
The three commissioners were

elected to serve two year T ,
terms In the March 5 election.
11 11M Barber and McDanlel are

Incumbents and Pellicer replaces f
O. K. Herr.


COMPLETES COURSE And the angel answered" and said unto the women

Edgar J. Fraser, Flagler Fear not ye: for know that ye seek Jesus which was

Beach, has qualified for a certificate crucified. He is not here: for he is risen, as he said.

at Daytona Beach JunIor Come tee the place where the Lord lay.
PV ky Tk. C. lie' College And go quickly, and tell his disciples that he Is
W. E. Fennell left principal of Flagler Beach ElmcnUry He has completed a specialized risen from the dead: and. behold he goeth before you

School b shown receiving the school safety signs short course In real es- Into Galilee: there shall ye see him lo. I have told you.
from Willie Harrison of Flagler B r>:ct U "* CIrGaeesr ite sales licensure

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wrke edHwUto.! The time Is not right, however, for release S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
So we thought we would tell you some of our reactions
from the first four months of being In the newspaper business. lb. 49
First we have enjoyed It very much. We enjoy meeting
people both In the oflkw and out In their activities. We have
been to the potato fields the parks, schools, the libraries, the
sports events, the city and county board meetings' the art U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
shows installations, the golf course, etc.
In fart there Is nothing dull about a weekly newspaper.We .
are news reporter, cameraman subscription: clerk adver STEAK Ib. 59Lean
Using copyist, proofreader and how we have goofed), and
then on Wednesday we enjoy putting It all together Into a

newspaper.We .
have been most pleasantly surprised by the responseto Western "CENTER CUT" C. C/s "OWN" BAR.B.QUED
our editorials. When we started writing we doubted that
an"One'ould be Interested In editorials. Yet. there has not CHICKEN
been a week go by without someone saying they read themor
like them or even suggest some subject on which to write.
As you note from our editorials and stories, we have been lb. 69C Each $109
looking for the "good" and "constructive" things to say. We
do not desire to be negative or muckraking. There no doubt WHOLE
tyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (14-16 lb. Arg.)
will be times however, when we shall feel It necessary to

be critical We have had a few comments to us to the effect that <

we could have done better. Once when we wrote an article i lb. 53
about a very well conducted meeting at Flagler Beach we HAM
were told that "we did not do the paper any good there." But
it was a good mH"Unr-we were there and we Just hope all
public meetings could and would be conducted on such a high

number plane.Then,of of new course subscribers, we have received been quite during pleaced the put with four the Butt Half ik.I 59' Shank Half it.I 53<

months. Not only because it helps make the business successful -
but It means there Is a growing Interest In what you CENTER SLICES M3'I
read about the happenings In Flagler County.It .
means more homes are being reached by our adver
tisers. And likewise, our advertising is running ahead of the WE WILL "Sugar Creek"

schedule ler county one homes.year ago. Today almost 700 copies, go Into Flag I EASTER SUNDAYLyke's I i JiLS;, 39C

So. you see we are not only enjoying our work, but
we are equally happy with your response to our efforts. We
Blue Plate Quart JarMAYONNAISE
continue to Improve the Flagler Tribune and it Is hoped that OUR VALUE
we can all continue to 'make Flagler County a better placeto 59C
work and live.
John A. Clegg Martha White SHORTENINGFLOUR

5 & 49C
area.Many of the people I work 339c
To the editor, Mr. Clegg, and
with are ready for retirementand
the staff: many plan to move to Duncan Hines 15V oz. Pkg. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderBROWNIE
I sincerely appreciate your Florida Let's hope some of
mailing me the Tribune every them will move to Flagler MIX Ea. 39CBrach's <<
week. When I read It. its just County.
like being right there In Bun- Anyway thank you again (WITH CANDY)
hell although I'm 1200 miles for sending me the Tribune.I EASTER Ea. Joe Grain' Grade "A"
away. You have been giving thoroughly enjoy It. BASKETS 79C
me wonderful service for Sincerely, MEDIUMLadies'
which I am very grateful.Mr. Mrs. Genevieve PalczewsklBUZZT
Ant )
Clegg. I know you love
Bunnell. and Flagler County MCKNIGHT HOSE 2p air 99C EGGSD
because you are doing all thatis ON DEAn LIST
possible to make It pro Buzzy McKnlght, son of }Ir. :.
gresslve and I wish you all and Mrs. J. H. McKnlght 2 79e
the success' In your ventures. Flagler Beach, has been placed NESCAFE
Every week' when I receive on the Dean's List at Florida
the paper I read It here at State University for the
work Chicago and Northwest second quarter. lie had a 3.6 INSTANT COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
ern Railroad where I am employed average

,during my lunch hour. Buzzy, a Junior, Is an English 6 oz. Frosty Acres LIMEADE
Naturally, everyone here In major. Jar 59* or
the office wants to know what
rm reading. By now they BAND CONTEST' JUDGE Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order LEMONADEs fOe
know, and after I get thru It Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris
goes around this office. I bet were In Lakeland last Handy Pac 2 lb. PII,.
more people by now know weekend where he was a FRENCH
about Flagler County In this Judge for the District Band FRESH PRODUCE FRIES 3 For 1"
building than ever before. Contest
It's even surprising very Before returning home they 1 lb. Cello BagCARROTS
few know about Daytona stopped over In Orlando for *-
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the St. Petersburg-Tampa and and son In law, John and Jo. BREEZE
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vote and support will be appreciatedPaid ( 11
OPEN SUNDAYS Phon. 437-3227

Political Adv. 8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

--. ooo -- MMoooeewxaoooeeeoooooooooci Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good April 11, 12, 13, and 15, 1968ytVr


ruiaLEB TMSWH: THVB&< ,, AM*. n. MIl -.ek of WftttM 0smiOssfeM.
3-THE Candidates Enteredin ..... .......
1M i si i. -
David .m ws. U1IIwniItr fit
RETURNSDELAYED FIsrida sowi.r. has sews plae. May 1968 Primaries PM.t PD.m..MiC
Lit isod and BioasMiom May
fill M the honor t .... .HeaM
by. the Dea of the Cettafe of tlRSSit.d ...... SeDeW n. Sessd Ps4srary (uBvMieaB
s.rv. of Public .
TiM If) 9fffMH ReMewue Superintendent .' MJ> M.Eieetton.
Arekitastswe and Fine Aft* OriltM (D)
Aft eater IR h.mbke, steuettonJames General NovemberS.
Georgia, hM 516 ....vt..l. The Donna Honor List In- Earl Falrtforh (D) O. Craig .
elude the name of all students Richard Lafferty ID)
income tax return from Florida Duane A. Deen
whose aeaatmteaehievement Sam Floor (D)
wfefeh must be Herschel KIng
taxpayers has earned' thema Herman W. CoMiwr tit) COUJECnOHSOGARSTTCTAZ
corrected before processing. grade point average of 3.5 Edward J. Gurney (Rl Supervisor of Regbtratlon
can be completed Mr. A. J.CTDoflnell Mary E. SMIth
Jr.. district director or better. ReprtsontotiTo la Congress County Commissioner District DWTTU1UTED
of Internal Revenue, Mid David I. the son of Mr. and District 4WltHam No. 3 DMa D. Me4klej.Msn, Dserter
today. He added that almost M... Dale Brown. Jr. of BunneiL V. Chappell (D) C. H. Cowart of the State Beverage Dept
7 percent of all Florida individual Douglas Sunstiom (D) AItttten Kaltlft't reports that net cigarette NX
income tax rftYf'Mftlf'd William V. (MM) Herfeng (R) collection for the month of
ksempkte returns Commissioner
or County
to date disclose either J. Wayne Poueher (R) January. 1968 amounted to
._.. 56,569 .
or omission as follow lea 1Harry .....,;J'ftU8. Of this amount
an error Stole Attorney
Mr. ODonneiI taxpayers Atkinson
will to the
$A,6A4,1S.6f go
*: who have' yet to file their Anthony J. Grecrk t Rt Lout M. Stenik General Revenue Fund
Social security' number orincorrect return to recheck the returns Nicholas S. Masters (D) Commissioner District State $8.73021 ,
..-....... 9.398.: to make certain that the returns Joseph A. Scarlett (D) County No. S and the remaining distributed to-
will be
: 34
Return not properly signed are correct and complete Stephen Lewis Boyle (D) Otis Hunter quaHAed municipalities.
5351 before mailing to the Internal Public Defend Lee Jackson Ftegler County municipalItie .
Form W-2, statement' or Revenue Service Cen Robert P. Miller ID) Member of Board of Public In. will ret'riwtM foHow.
scheduler not attached 4595. ter. Chamblee, Georgia. He State Senator District 1) structioa District 2 tug amounts: Beverly Beach
Mathematical errors 15J97 added that as of March 29 theCenter Lewis E. Dinkin (D) Raymon F. Tucker SlJ .GI; Bunneil. i.4T6.TB;
Incorrect tax table used in had refunded $92.438.- J. H. "Jim" William (D) Member of Board of Public In. Flag er Beach S1)66.20) ; Marifieiand. .
computing tax 22JS98 509.75 to 575.691 Florida tax. Harvey R Klein (R) strocttoo District 4 J58J8.
Total number of incorrect payers. House of Representatives Harold Emery
District 32 Justice of Peace District I Formal' dedication of Lion
Glenn Y. Middleton (R> Levi L Brannam Country Safari new tourist
W. 11. "BUI" Reedy
after you seeyour House of Representative Constable District 1 Beach was presided over by
Kirk and his
District 33 Wilfred Hunter Gov. Claude
doctor. James A. Glisson (R) Claude Pellicer daughter Adrtanna Jan. 29.

Kent Rut (R) .

41 _______ bring yourprescription Jack Bryan (D)
House of Representatives
-- = to District 34 WALT
A. II. "GusCraig (D)
Robert D. Cooksey (R) EBERHARDINGERFor

AU candidates: lor county offices .

'1>'"* County Judge are Democrats. SHERIFF of _

Profoiilonol Bldg. T. K. "Buddy" McKnlght

P. A. "Zip" Edmonson
--- -- --- Walton Johnston Over 14 Year of Law Enforcement
SPECIALS Dale B. Brown
Tax Assessor *I4 tVttUkl Adv
Donald R. Moore




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4 ""RfC FLAN fM Hi be paM yttsff POSTAL PATRONS
-.& ......y ....... PIssa ....... DEMONSTRATED
fII vitat year ........ REMINDED OF
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01 A .e
nooses s Cattlemen'sAssociation
m yes Its Is still trw ..*. Plagier County
Social Security or all sjf Me beneiUs an wKnkeM. ( INCREASED RATES Inc. sponsored a
tine tent ....
cite exact asBStsM
I Q. M to always ,| in... taskmaster Ray Meter today Fret** Branding. Demonstration
MN deends GI'I' Mw meet
T -
Tom Lenssen'
mailers that at
NEWSQ. that I nsyittmme Ill sad reminded
above fMM h. annual earnings Thursday
have to sjslt work. Hv MR postage t is now six cent for L Ranch last
... and also whether Don
I to know what I am going to mailing. Easter greeting card afternoon. County Agent
I* it a feet that I can there are month the oeweflcMfy introduced George
earn in the full y.*r? that are one ounce or lighter.Mr. Jordan
now earn more than $1980 a neither earned wags A. You should be aWe to Mercer MM the postage Manter. American Breeders
year and still get all my social of over H4 nor rendered substantial five reasonable estimate of rate Increase that went Service, who showed slide. '
security checks service as a selfemployed illustrated the recently \ti
your expected earning for Into effect January 7, 1W8 In. and
person.Q. created' the rate for mailing developed" technique of freete i
A. Ye, beginning 1998 the year. The Social Security I
you can earn up to $)8 a I have heard that once Admfartstralssn will withhold all greeting cards from four branding cattle The principal
year and still receive all your you reach a certain age, you bewrl'is. II''" JMn'Uf based to six cents. involved according to Mr. I
social lfIt"Why benefits. can earn a* much as you' on just yew estimate. Ihen. "Many mall<<* mistakenly Manter. to to apply the cold ,
Q. Why does a beneficiary want and still collect your social after the end of the year when think that since first das iron Just long enough to kill '
lose benefit If he earn ever security. It this true? you knew your exact earnIngs postage increased one cent color pigment in the hair follicles.
$1_ a year!. 1,1 you will die an annual the postage for greeting cards The process involvesthe
A. Ye, ids an exception also increased' of branding
report of your earnings. The only one cent use copper
A. The bask idea underlying to the general rule, andit Social Security Administration Postmaster Mercer &JBKI irons and liquid nitrogen a* \
social I security 1* that benefit was put, into the taw because will make adjustment* He pointed out that some the cooling agent. An iron i*
are intended to partially some people work to avery in your benefits based upon cards have already been mailed applied to the animal after
replace earning lost because advanced age ad never that report.Q. with only five cent ofpostage. dipping hair from the surface
of retirement' death or die- ritlre. This is true of many In those cases, one on which the brand Is to
ability. If a person i* still people in certain occupations.If Why ean't I Just wait cent in additional postage be applied. The brand is held
until the end of the and
working and still ha* substantial mere were no provision like year
must be collected from the 30 seconds to kill color pigment
earning, then he ha this, these people might never notify the Social Security Ad- recipient he said. In the hair or 60 secondson
not had the kind of loss thatsocial much from the retirement mlftWfatk then hoW AMIehI
get The first-ciais postage rate white cattle' to kill all hair
I / intended to Insurance of social earned?
security part will
provide let flight growth.
For this whena with then A. For many beneficiaries
replace. reason, security. Beginning Easter
Cards destined
Greeting! Slides shown IllustratIng
it Is a hardship to have to are
beneficiary has i month of 72nd
earning : your birthday .
pay back benefits which were to servicemen In Vietnam e1th which this
IBBBBBI not due them. For this reason, and other oversea locations brand can be read from a distance.
the Social Security Administration as well as airlift treatment Sixteen people attend
NOTICETO prefer to pay benefits for most domestic addresses rd the session. These cattle
based upon your best estimate more than :260 mMes' will be at T Double L Ranch
of expected earnings at from the mailing point. for future observation.
the beginning of the year to
prevent overpayment ATTEND FOOTBALL CLINIC Merchandising fteldmen of
Coach Jack Mall and Ronnie the Florida Citrus Commis-
Flagler Beach Fire Dept's. TELEPHONE NO. BHS GIRLS IN Cathy attended a Football tion across' the nation have
429.2496 be used for any other purpose than Clinic at Florida State reported "excellent" movement
REPORTING A" FIR E ". SOFTBALL MEETThe University In Tallahassee. of all Florida citrus
Bunnell High School Friday. products recently
Your cooperation is requested by the Flagler girls played in the NE Florida
Softball Conference Tournament

Beach City Commission.
last weekend. They' CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
,............'..... ........DCPPBBBQBOB.lBt .. lost the first game to St. Augustine
by 3-2 score.
They won the consolationgame H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
". = __"" with Green Cote Spring
JOHN CAPO. Manager
; Saturday by score of 12-4
flj0 TIME which earned them third AIR OXYGEN

all-conference Those girls who made the ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
team were:
VOLIIKIA MINIMUM 13. -90 DAYS I Brenda Townsend pitcher;
Phone ID 73532
COUNTY Nancy Hargett. 2nd base; and

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Disabled American VeteransJim

Booe Chapter No. 86







Paid Political Adv.
PHONE 439-2303 I

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5-THE TLA41 odfeea and r.agsbemom.
NATIONAL When roan .loomed k reeved .. The reeding mom ....
LIBRARY his smempiihrw" .. 33,000 r..t leer ... an 1
WEEK permanently the ..meof seat 104 pes.... It has .Mi.
APRIL 21 27 his knowledge. psogeess became teal besting and air .ont **- l'
a cumulative thing _1/ toning.Mrs .
April 31-27 will mark the each generation building upon Mary BPMMAWAIF
observance of National Libra the ptocreas of the past. school librarian" sM there
ry Week. The purpose of this Without' this, we would very are 1125 volume in tsw .......- a
occasion is to encourage the likely still be living m cave. ry tar Momentary MIl ........
development of lifetime read Mankind must summon the x ary school use. During the .
ing habit as the foundationof wisdom of the ages and harness past two year 1341' new books
a better informed people. technologies yet unbornto have been received for the secondary
Within our nation's libraries build a peaceful and a better level and 7W books f.
are stared all the wonder of world for the future Our for the elementary school level
the world's literature. Sden libraries are a basic tool of
tile and technical' knowledge learning for each of - philosophy, economics art priceless asset to a nation by Mrs. Alvin Thompson a ,
politics--every area of imaginable that would set Its feet upon part-time school aide, and
human interest await the path of leadership In a twelve students who are take
the exploring mind. complex and changing world. ing a course In library
BHS LIBRARY School administration building The library is available to
will be dedicated Thursday the public and has been open
Vote to reflect as your Clerk of Circuit Court DEDICATION night during the PTA activities. hi the evenings for adult and J
TONIGHTThe Dr. Vincent McGuIre student use. The future of the
I will give the dedicatory ad. evening program is dependent I
E GEORGE M. MOODY attractive new library dress. upon the availability of
\ located in the Bunnell High The library contains over federal funds.

Th candidate of proven business ability who is was organized for the Flafler
operating the office as you the Taxpayer has a Woman's Club by Mrs. Isla
right to expect. He is proud of his record in the Kester In November 1962.
It was housed in the Worn
office. an's Club until September 18.
1965, when It was moved to ae
attractive quarters in the City
"LET GEORGE DO IT"Paid Hall complex.The .
new library has 7600
I feet floor space Including
book stalls reading and magazine
Political Adv. tables work room and
check-out desk It has central
heating and air condi !
tioning. The walls are attractively I

To All Citizens of Flagler County: local artists.lined with paintings by 4 = y

The library has more than
I hope time will permit me to visit with each 6,000 volumes of diversified
citizen before the primary. I want to sit down interests. Books were donatedby
Woman's Club
with and discuss Sheriff departmentand Flaglrr
you your
numbers, and townspeople
services expected of it. and new purchases were authorized Miss Dorothy Homons. Librarian left shows new book to Mrs.
by the city commission. H. C. Herdt President of Woman's Club
For efficient and
courteous, impartial services .
to ALL- Miss Dorothy Romans was Miss Romans said they' have Miss llomans said "And, they
appointed City Librarian on had over 460 membershipssince express an Intent to return to
recommendation of the their organization. During Flagler Beach to visit and re
Woman's Club. She has a wide the past six months there tire.
background of literary interests have been 60 new members. The library is open Tues
JOHNSTONSHERIFF and It Is evident that she "Many visitors are amazedto day Thursday and Saturdayfrom
is quite devoted to her workas find such a complete libra 2:00 to 5:30 In the after
Flagler Beach Librarian. ry In a little resort village", noons.

Pd. Political Adv.


You may never

I I hear about the best HARRY ATKINSONFOR

insurance policyof


County CommissionerDISTRICT

Ask a company

insurance salesman ONE
what's new in home

Hell and car tell Insures tireless work toward

The very latest word attracting desirable industry
from the one insurance company he works for.

But the hitch is,there are new and better

t policies being developed all the time for your Sincere cooperation with cities

home your car your business. .
of Flagler Beach and Bunnell
If you want to find out what's new and

better in the business,call us.We represent not

one, but several reliable companies.You Everyone will be represented equallyA

may be losing money right now becauso

I you didn't get our advice. (It doesn't cost

you a cent) Vote For
This symbol is your assurance that we are
professional independent agents. HARRY ATKINSONIs

I$:, INSURANCE FLAGLER AGENCY COUNTY, Inc. (.JiJ. A Vote for economy in county governmentPaid

, Abstract Ridge E. Moody Blvd.

i BaanaU fla mID Ph. 437-3171 Political Adv.


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-- -- MEETING Dr. and Mr*. Donald Fattlk-

)If. an4 Ms. Lest l r.ww.M
and CnlMIPMI )I..y .... and with+ .HIS risle and rsMisat
and )IN. W. L.
tat law Xripe
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James Ala. Mr. a4 )IN.
John nftfvM amid Mr. and )IN.
Fred Mall .....ntIy ........ FMIIuMt' re.wgy stisd -
he sfcaii>< ...... HilaUmMeeting as 1M vise pirsilswt lit
at the Geld Key but WMIna 1IIMrw Utstseshyat

Cf' Orlando. CfcMcte4, OIM.REELECf .

P. A. (Zip) Edmonson


Photo by Th.o r" He In Flagler CountyPaid
Flagler Beach resident are shown workingon toys and gifts for the children at Harry Anna

Elks Crippled Children* Hospital tn Umatilla, Members of Jim Booe Chapter 86 OAV delivered

the gifts. Shown above are 1 to r Mrs. Josephine Tiffany. Mrs. Celia Barr. Mrs. Emily Sarens, and Political Adv.

Mrs. Agnes Schmidt Others working on the project were Mrs Kleta Eno and Mrs. Veronka

Miss Virginia Daniels. El DANIEL MARTIN MOORE

Paso,, Texas, is visiting In Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore DINNER THURS.
Bunnell with her grandmother. Jr.. Bunnell, announce the THANKS
Mrs. Alfred Gibson. The Flaglef County Shrine
birth of a son born Monday
Club will have a dinner meeting
April 1, at 2:29 p.m. at Bun.
i tonight at Malphurs
Mrs. Barbara Graham Texas nell General Hospital.
arrived last week to Y1s1thft' He weighed seven poundsand Restaurant at 7 p. m. Instaedof I greatly appreciate the nomination to serve as
7:30 p. m. as scheduled so
father Richard Cantrell
who is a medical patient at and has twelve been ounces named at Daniel birth the members can attend the Tax Collector without opposition. I shall continueto
public meeting at the Bun.
Bunnell General Hospital.Mr. Martin Moore.He nell Civic Center accordingto serve in this office to the best of my ability.
Is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Jansl and Mrs. Donald R. Moore P. A. Edmonson president

Flagler Beach, have as their Sr. of Bunnell.
houseguests Mr. and Mrs. FINESSE CLUB
Maternal grandparents areMr.
John Burlc Jr. and family and Mrs. Osteen Alderman WINNERS ,
Gaylord Post and Mr. and of Crescent Beach.
Mrs. James Delaney Jr. and Mrs. Freda Dren was high Tax CollectorPaid
family all of Holmestead. scorer when the Finesse Club
Ohio. lUMBER ANN ODDY concluded play Monday evening -
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth at the home of Mrs. Joann Political Adv.
CELEBRATEANN Oddy St Augustine, are the Crews. Second high was
IVERSART parents of a daughter born awarded to Mrs. Laura Mor

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford fig FrIday March 29 at Flagler ris.The
ginbotham and daughterswere Hospital.She hostess served tempting
in Tampa last weekendfor weighed seven poundsand refreshments and presented
a visit with her parentsMr. two ounces at birth and each member with an
and Mrs. Morris E. Stultz. has been named Kimberly Easter gift
Mr. and Mrs. Stultz celebrated Ann.Mrs. I want to take this opportunity to express,
their Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary W. R. Bass. Flagler) L. L. Harris, who has beena
Saturday evening Beach is the maternal grand medical patient at Flagler my appreciation to the number of citizens of

i with a party at their home mother. Paternal grandparents Hospital in St. Augustine, is Flagler Beach who
. 24OJ Sunset Drive are Rev, and Mrs. W. F. recuperating at the home of want me to reconsider my resignation -

Oddy of Palatka. his son in law and daughter and return as Chief of Police of Flag-
Bob and Evelyn Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip WhitleyIn
children John. Janet and TODD DEAN PETERSONMr. St. Augustine. ler Beach.

Mary attended the Spanik and Mrs. Dean Peterson
Family get-together' last Sun. of Ft. Lauderdale are the par. Harry Atkinson spent the
day afternoon at the Spanik cuts of a son born Thursday, week-end in Atlanta where he Also I believe that Walton Johnston has a

home in Ocala. April 4 at 8.30: a. m. at Hollywood attended the Atlanta 500
Memorial Hospital.He races. sound platform and I am endorsing him as Sheriffof

Mrs. Gloria Shortlidge has weighed seven pounds Flagler County.
returned to her home in Ith- and fourteen ounces at birth LOCAL TALENTTO

lea, N. Y.. after visiting here and has been named" Todd PERFORMAT
a week with her grandmother Dean Peterson.

Mrs. Daisy Buckles.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dean M. Peterson PEABODY Respectfully,
Bunnell, are the The Grady Louise Dance?
and Mrs. J. E. Blanton grandparents. Studio will present a benefit
and daughter Alica of Huntsville. Youth Variety Show Saturday JOHN LAING

Ala are visiting at Flag MTF PICNIC April 20 at 8:00 p. m. at Peabody -
ler Beach with Mrs. Pauline Auditorium at Daytona
Blanton. CANOE TRIP Beach. The annual event is Paid Political Adv.
Beach Methodist
Flagler sponsored by the Daytona
HOME FROM HOSPITAL Youth Fellowship members Beach Civitan Club.
Cindy Durrance has return will take a canoe trip Satur Performing with the dance

ed to her home from Halifax day, April 13. group will be Daphne Rodgers .
Hospital where she received ThefJ'Oup plans to meet Carol June Smith. Min
treatment for an at Tomoka Park and leave RE-ELECT
eyeinjury. nieDftn, Patricia Peavy.Edee .
the park at 10 a. m. for the
Cowart and Helene Bry
It was reported Cindy was trip. They will enjoy a camp.
attempting to open a golf fire lunch before returning. an.Proceeds from the affair
MYF President Cathy Bourne HUNTERCOUNTY
ball when the liquid center will benefit retarded children
spurted Into her eye. is In ('hargeof arrangements.UNUSUAL Tickets may be obtained locally -

FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS from any of the above

persons.TAC .


'): Over 100 youths of Flagler Paid Political Adv.DONALD.
County enjoyed four hours of
fun at the first dance held
by the YAC Youth Action J J.

Club). Music was furnishedby
the "Leaves of Grass" a
local group of musicians who

donated their services. R. MOORE
.a This was a "Get Acquainted
dance which was held In
the social hall of the Flag
3 Per Beach Methodist Church. Expresses sincere appreciation to the people of

Membership In YAC is Flagler County for nomination to the office of Tax
limited to those youth between .
the ages of 13 and 19, Assessor without opposition.
with some guest privileges
included The organization is
sponsored by a cooperatinggroup DONALD R. MOORE
of youth and adults.A .

airs Walter Meshey is shown with several of the esculent spokesman for the adults Tax CollectorPaid
stated that enthouslasm In
flower arrangments she and Mrs Sue Splvey exhibited at the
YAC Is great and they feel
Flagler Beach Garden Club recently.: The colorful and unique
assured of success. An'Onedf'Slrtne
arrangements included radish hyacinths arranged In a carrot to help should con Political Adv.
container; tiger lilies made from ('arrot1r1l; and calla tact Adult Committee P. O.

lilies formed from thin slices of large 'hlteturnIps.. Box 878, Flagler Beach. AP.a I .

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VALUE ma Mond y'
SUPER MARKET April 1 11, 12, 13
STAMPS and IS, 1968
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201

r Copeland's Fresh

Kirk Robertson end Jay Townsend are shown working on on PORKWhole
exhibit for the Science Fair. It U an electric generator construct HAMS
ed from Iron pipes.


Walter S. Morris has been ;;
named Flagler County campaign SPELLING BEE Half 49
manager by Doug Sen- Cheryl Heskins, a 5th grade
strom In Stenstrom's bid for student won the annual Lb. 49 ;;
the Democratic nomination Spelling Bee at the Flagler
for Congressman from the Beach Elementary School last e Lb.
Fourth Congressional District Tuesday, aeording to W. E. Butt Half lb. 53
Morris said he is supporting Fennell Jr., Principal. First
Stenstrom because "I beHeve runner-up was Peggy Wilson
that Doug's Interests and second runner-up was
will be with Flagler County Pam Thomas, both sixth Fresh Fresh Country Style Ranger
I as well as the rest of the congressional grade students. Honorable
I district and Floe mention was given to Brady PORK STEAK BACKBONE SLAB BACON
Ida.The Fennell. fourth grade, and to
Fourth Congressional Doug Thomas, third grade, lb. lb. lb.
District comprises all of the for their outstanding spelling 4ge 6ge 4ge
nine counties and portions of ability as younger students.Students .
two others. They are citrus, Included in the
Flagler. Hernando, Lake Mar. Fresh Copeland' All Meat Dry
top tt'lIn<< order of elimination
ion, St North Brevard, South, Du.val I were: Mike Abbott GROUND BEEF FRANKS SALT BACON
Johns Seminole Sum (6th>, Brady Fennell (4th),
ter and Volusia.VANDALS Patty Reynolds <5th.. Rodney Ibl. $*39 12 Oz' lb.
Law 6th Terry Slrjkrr6th 3 Pkg. 39c 3ge
DAMAGE < Jim Nichols (6th) and
BUNNELL STORE Frank Bryan (6th
A plate glass door and The Bee was conducted by
glass show case were damaged Mrs. Jennie Newell 5th Grade
when someone threw a Teacher. FLAVOR AGED STEAK SALE
brick Into the Bunnell Department
Store sometime ear BOYLES RESIGNS
ly Monday morning. This
was the third incident reported Steve Boyles. assistant state SIRLOIN "" 99C CHUCK lb. 59e
at the business In the past attorney has resigned from
several months. that position in order to devote -
Store manager Mrs. Margaret his full time to his campaign CLUB "" 99C SHOULDER lb. 6ge
Marshall stated the for State Attorney.
vandals did not attempt to Boyles is a young attorney FULL CUT lb. lb.
" take any merchandise from Palatka. ROUND 9ge CUBE 89CFlorida

Grade "A'Small

'J. .. ,

tt.1 ;. () $100
> M r I rV 0 Eggs
'1- 2 DOZ.

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I'h C Limit (4) Doz. with $5.00 or more food order (Cigarettes Excluded)


0U I The Pure Shortening Ct. Size -
\ I Hunt's (20 oz.)

RAIG CATSUP 3 lbs. 5ge B t; 5ge

CHARACTER 20 oz. $,,00 Limit 1 with $5.00 or Limit 1 with $5.00 or
3 .. more food order more food order
(Cigarettes Excluded) (Cigarettes Excluded)
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Pillsbury (17 oz.) U. S. No.1 Chicken of the Sea

CAKE MIX IRISH light Chunk
Yellow Choc. White
vote and support gratefully appreciatedPaid For $00 l0 b. ts Flat
Political AdvOWEN'S 3 Bag 3ge 3 (Cans 8ge

Thrifty E.erlreah (20 Oz.) Enrreah (ReI.)

Next to Post Office East PaUtka, Florida

SERVING THE PUTNAM FLACLER. ST. Is C.I. 25c 3 Loaves 6ge 4 Loaves 75e

ICE. Frozen Foods Dairy Produce

PUMPS. GRADER MOTORS. .ANY Supreme (Asst Flavors) Golden Yellow

WORK. Gal. Ib. .... 9c19c

"Your Electric Motor Specialists"Only Supreme (Asst. Flavors) Fresh CrispLETTUCE

one Phone Number to Remember ICE-CREAM... 69 e 1/8 CL 65C. Head.........,. .

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with the i..sMii.rts.i of Cfcris wilding. Simian University.
FILL DIRT SHELL CHURCH A I from the -.*. The sand news beginning at 1:38 P- .. lust.ed .
I is eternal IMP with Go* by PInt Methodist Ownfe
Bulldozer-Dump Trucks- HEWS through .Jaw Christ. and Trinity. Methodist! OHM:: *.
Easter .is a time for proclaiming Dinner will be serve* pnm t-
BackhoeEncKoaderTOMMY 1.1. eternal. .life. It to not I ly at 8:90 and advance reservation
a time for mourning for must be lorwaytd
Christ .lives, therefore, we and to Hubert S. Ta oR. Dtatrfet
DURRANCET. Weekly Sermon our towed ones can enjoy an Lay Leader not later than
eternity with God. Ow triumphal Monday April 15th.
.... Oliver T. Taylor. PastorBaaotU
AND E. CONSTRUCTION CO. message Is that "He Following the toner a
Mtbodtet Chore lives". "Why do you seek the Met business' session. will be
Flagler Beach-Tel. 439.2471 THE LIVING CHRIST living among the dead?" heM to elect new officers for
The church proclaims that Luke H.5.REVIVAL- the toting conference year.
J U U JJJ Jesus Christ to tiring, and This will be presided over by
that he was raised from the AT Bernard Harkey, District
dead by God. This profound JACKSONVILLERev. Men's President.
I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITYTO statement U: at the center of Ira R. Helton former Highlight of the evening
the Christian message. Easter Buanetl High School graduate will be a challenging messageby
ASK FOR YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE Is a time to rejoice and pro- class of '39, .Is conducting a United States Congress
CHANCE TO SERVE YOU THE PEOPLE OF claim this good news to the revival at Jacksonville 356 man Syd Herlong. of Lees
world. E. 8th StreetHe burg and Washington special
FLAGLER COUNTY AS YOUR JUSTICE OF To some people this newsIs extends an invitation to guest for the observance of
THE PEACE. only secondary: to the ethical his Flagler county friends to this Seventh Anniversary of
teachings of Jesus because attend the evening services. the Methodist Men's Fellowship ,
the teachings are appli- In the DeLand District
YOUR VOTE IN THE COMING ELECTION cable to today's living and the METHODIST KEN The DeLand district comprises *
story of the resurrection seems TO 01SEBVE St Johns, Putnam
WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. abstract to the scientifically ANNIVERSARY Flagler Volusla and Seminole
oriented mind of today. However A rally of Methodist men In counties and the eastern half
the uniqueness. of the the DeLand District observing of Lake County.
JIMMY L FIELD gospel .Is found in the new Its seventh anniversary, will
relationship between God and be held In DeLand Thursday FIVE RESIDENTS
man which came on the scene April 18th at Stetson Union QUALITY AT DBJC
Five Flagler County residents
Paid Political Adv. have qualified for DBJC
certificates for participation
FOR In a 30-minute management
ELECT County Commissioner They are Robert F. McDan
lei. Donald R. Moore Irma
Parker, Pal Parker Jr.. and
LEE JACKSON District No. 3 William G. Richter.THANK .

County Commissioner ELECT YOU

DISTRICT No. 5 Flagler County is indebted to
a few citizens who had the
Your Tote and support in the May Primaries will TONY KAHLERTYour courage faith and energy to
make the TAG Dome a sue
be greatly appreciated
c ss. Th continued success of
Paid Political Adv vote and support in the May 7 Democratic our Youth Activity Club>> requires .
the personal and financial
Primary will be greatly appreciated interest of ."'YO....
What will you do?
Paid Political Adv For information write, T AC.
T T lllll.Y1TIITTTIT.TTlrll"'I" tlII ( care Box $7=. FlagUr ...h.
'- Walt Roscoe. Chairman. TAC
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Volkswagen tor

Buy Direct Save Why

refuse to driveVolkswagens. DOUG DIY ih 3 CALLOUSLATEX Pay More $575

1...rIe..E.. .$.
-- STENSTROM Gallons S 98

2 ..7
4 Outside WhiteOIL
o.. r.S-r.'Corput' Ml otkt Yeomans NationwidePaint

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, t Easter Sunday

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If you refuse to drive a Volkswagen because special

it's ugly, wo can t help ycu
If you refuse to drive o Volkswagen because

, you have eight kids and it isn't big enough,you SALAD JUICE $1.65 I

have our sympathy.If .
you refuse to drive a Volkswagen because BAKED HAM WITH RAISIN SAUCE

It isn't fancy enough, that's for you to decide. POTATO AND VEGETABLE

But if you refuse to drive a Volkswagen be. ROLLS AND BUTTER

cause you're used to an automatic transmission, BEVERAGE
listen carefully. CHOICE OF DESSERT

Now you can drive a Volkswagen oil over Assorted Easter Candy for the Children
town without shifting.
_ We call this new option the automatic stick .

Ii', shift.And in true Volkswagen fashion, a bug withon PRIME RIBS OTHER ENTREES LEG OF LAMB

automatic stick shift will dc. liver up to 25
miles on a gallon of gas, use very little oil,and
nary a drop of water or antifreeze.But .
just because we've made it easy to drive, We are also featuring a 49c Martini today

doesn't mean we're about to make it any preN

tier, or any bigger, or any fancier. So we
Imagine some people will still refuse to drivo

Volkswagens.You .
can't win them all.

PalatkaBoycr 1-95 and U. S. No. I

Vollcswason{ @ 10 Miles South of Bunnell! On U. S. No. 1

111 S. Highway No. 19 .-.u.


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.. SMALL CLM64sIu nJtouti 7Bf twc THM. APRIL 11 1M

an hXntkn to I cw.. 0MIrt ......... ..... II.
Your Owa ...... M4 de.idetes awes ft.. ptedultielt III feed I

I en ....... tares f".... '!,tire WnrtRfr: dVVOo. These ':,

Vote and eases were sOded in full and farms flAy vftlfl tnVvrVIVMriyaymoau lJJMIt s.I.u.K"Kr
SupportIs niNe welt. on 173 aces and .

t R Yy default W Maw will be eMajWe for price sup. JSar $Apr 1. II. If, 44.

Appreciated ** ll to Bwtnell Auto hit- pert ell Mir pMdYetie i ef Lll8A AUYURTIRNNT
teed pains on 1M base aove-
ply G* gains Shirley Caw-
ape net diverted under. the iv TIIK nnrt rr C ; iivPlTH .
a.y; aM WRVIW RuanUmaftnll* Motor t3swt Jl KIU ;.. IVTV.

pay ....1Mt Frank Gardner. JM'8tJftfft. The ...."hIwfRMfNIIt" Mill. roil "AfiLII" (!
that any farm eon CASH -,.. as.1.
SOCIAL SECURITY divert la SO pewewt of the NHtib ftPlaintiff.
farm's feed grain base ad at

OfTICC HOURS least 20 percent must be diverted JOHN H. IL moon
If you have pity questions to participate. .
about Social Security or Medicare _OTICUf!' MT
Under the programs, partic 1'0' JOHN K. NKHNMt. NM...or
or wish to fife a clans
fM Ma4toon Av*
uo. Apart-
ipating farmers
WIiliMS a social security representa- agree to limit moat IOR. N.w Tofk. N.T..
their 1968 production of the ,....
five will be at the Flayer affected TOV ARK IIRHSBT NOTIKIBU -
Housing Project :300 South crops to the base or that an action for .
Barber Street. Bunnetl, Tuesday allotment acreage not divert baa been tflod acalnat, yw and
ed. y.e aro required M servo a copy
May 14 and June 11 from They must ajso maintainthe of your wrltton dafajt***. If ajyr

CANDIDATE FOR 9:30 a. m. until 12:00 diverted acreage' In approved eMU to It a on WHI.VKTIflN.WHlNMTfrN.;:Attornoira WHtS-

conservation uses. No at IMW at Cordova .tr.... ....
STATE SENATOR GRAZING" crop' may be harvested from Aiiffvatlaj. Florida, ....,..,. for
the diverted .. >atlfr. and fllo the oricloal
PERIOD NEARS TOR acreage during with t... Olvrk of the ab0vo
DEMOCiAT DIST. 13 the entire year and it may .at.. court on or bal ro May
BUSINESSMAN DIVERSION PROGRAM not be used for grazing between t. un; otherwise a judrmrntmay
rntorvd acalnit
Citrus Cottle Farmers were reminded' today March 31 and Septem tho rM.f In the you comWITNB -
130.192 Minine; that the "no rrulneper.. bet 1. In addition the farm's plaJ.t.

MATURE LEADERSHIP lod for diverted acres under normal amount of other conservation oal of said 4 Court my hand on March and the'I.

Community Church Education the 1968 feed grain program use acreage must be mi.

will atari April 1. It will con. maintained In conserving OKOROK A* "lark of M. said Moonr Court

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE tlnue for the following 5 uses. Only after full compliance
T.. Structure Nature ...... s months until September 1. with all program provisions Ivputy Kathryn il.rk U Emrry

IMPARTIAL REPRESENTATION A. B. Johnston, Sr. Chair. are the participating _Apr I. II. II. M. Itc.

man Agricultural Stabilization farmers considered eligible LEGAL AOVRRTIfKMCirr"rolt
HOT Work H......
and Conservation County for program'benefits, --- --

Knows Problems from Experience Committee, explains that The county office managerexplained Not REyt_ I*EST hereby Sites BID that

N. .l....b,J.N. "*.-W4UM farmers who are diverting acreage that the annual diversion .the Board of County Oornmlalonr .
of Klaclor Cou..t,. Klor-
under the program have programs all have the Ida will ,....1.. sealed bids .n.
agreed not to graze the diverted same basic III 1.. I'. M. April IS. i55$. In
objectives, that Is, the oHIro of tho Clerk of the Circuit
FOR I acres during a specific to help reduce: the surplus Curt In tho Plaster County
5-month period of the tNturthouoo.
grow commodities Involved thus lluanrll. florid, for
tho construction of Motor V>hl-
ing season and not to harvest
stabilizing farm prices whileat rlo Inspection station at the
Clerk of the
Court a crop from diverted acres at the same time County Hlockad
any time during the assuring Hpvdflcatlona may bo obtained .
year. consumers of an ample sup at tho office of the Clerk of
Flagler county farms signed ply of food tho Circuit Court In the KUa
and fibre
ELECTShelton up to participate In the products l...r t'ounty (.o..rt......., tlunncll.
at reasonable prices' .0'1.... lllda to Include mater
1968 commodity diversion program lala and! labor.
for corn/grain sorghum LEGAL ADTgHTUKMC.VTiv T... Hoard ,...,... tile rlcht.
aa tho lntrrta of tho County
number 6. i'm nr ..K TIIK may require, to reject all
mi VTV II.r.r
Barber "" and to waive -
.U".I"CJ, ITT, .
-TlTIp KLOHIUA alltfea In III".1......
FEED GRAIN SICN-U IH.."ITS: :.... ...* lM.t. at llunnrll. Klorlda. thla
REPORTED In re: Sod day of April Ml.
F.-tat. et C. It. l WAUT.. Chairman
Flagler county farmer's AL4CK It JOIIVATON. Hoard of County Oommla*
participation Intentions under l>eca.ed. .u>nra of rlaclvr County,

I PLEDGE TO CONDUCT THIS OFFICE IN the 1968 voluntary diversion TO AL4.VOTH fHIUMtNM K O(5' "ft"is-'T': ATTBHTIWl Klorlda-

MAID HKCti!>KNT-: Apr. t. II. Itll. tie
reported today by B. E. White You are hereby notified that _
HAVE REASON TO EXPECT.Paid ASS County Office: manager. a written Instrument purporting LtXIAL ADVKRTURMRXTIV :
lo be the lat Will and Tnt..t ..
The sign-up ended' recently at -. of paid decadent baa been Tilt t..H.KTV JI'tNUCM
Political Adv. the ASS county office.: Court.admitted Ton to probate la this ,01 MT IV AVH rout YLAU.
are hereby rom. .t:1& lot 57*. ,
A total of 6 farms mantled
signed within .!< calendar KHOHTK _.. MM
month from the ..t. of IH* IC*t.t. oflIMNltIM
first publication of this notKw MOODY,
to ..awayn this Court and a.-......
how cuw. If any you .ran why iOT1'I4 TO CMKIMTORH
(ha M tl.n of thU (sortn adnNltnt To all ""'Ito,. and all po,.
CONSERVATISM IN GOVERNMENTBy Mkl will to probate one clalma
houM not viand vnr......... avalnat sold ectale:: or
1s/ T. K. M K.l Jjl r.... and each of you are here
Ounlr Judc F> .l.r by notified and required to proaent .
LOUIS M. STEFLIK 4ounlr any claims and demand
JI'"t publication. March !t. which yen mar have ...aI..,
KINK tall A LOt the ..._.. of ....>,*. Moody, ...
Bjr: Wwl y A. Wink" noard......',... late to the of County Klavler J.County de of
Basically I am a Conservative. There are those who say that you Dayton I' O. lies l till Kla.l.r County, at his omeo In
earh. Florida tho Court llouoo
cannot have progress and take care of the needs of the people with Attornvya tar Catat Klagler County Klorlda.In lunnll.within
Mar. 21, Apr. t. It. It, tie via month from tho dale of
out spending large amounts of tax money. I disagree with this kind of flrct publication of this IMt.....
I.ICGAL Each rlatlm demand
thinking. I believe that by operating efficiently and by finding waysto bo In wrltlnr and must atalo the
place of residence and
cut the cost of government we can make the tax dollar go further rot iii.111I'U". l. AVII YON JI'iAOt"1 P1.AG. ....,... of the claimant and poatof must lee
iris 4ni.PHUM4TH_ be sworn to by the claimant
and still progress to fulfill the need of the people. rlAtrUi. 1'1 his' agent or his altornev. or It
V t MM will be barred according. to
Board has saved tax dollars is IN ;ItV: fMTATB OK law.Viral
One example how your County A LlCII: it. JOHNSTO.Y. publication on March II,

through insurance. When I became a member of the Board of County r.'IOTU'.2..--.TO.....'.':.>ITl H. IMS 0_,.. M. Moody

Commissioners we had only a limited amount of insurance coverage sons To all hatlnq creditor clalma and or demanda all per- Aa tho Katate Administrator of Ooorce of

from several agencies. By consolidating the insurance You. said eatate, Inland Moody, Itecraard.
which was bought and each of here. a Shaw
are *
I (X Hot 1>4
by notified/ .
coverage and advertising on a bid basis we were able to get maximum any clalma and required and demands to prooent llunntll. Florida

coverage at the least possible co t. have which. !.!or t_the either_..tat..1 of you ALJCK may Attorney.for. a1 Admlnlat. IS. A w..ra10i.-. __. u.---
n. jmi.-MHTUN .4.n>a..... lata of
With the constant threat that a re-apportioned legislature will KlacUr t'ounty. norl.... to tho LEGAL AD.e.n.IIKJlT
bounty Judg of Kl..l.r Conn
take away at lead a portion if not all of Flagler County's Race Track Courthoua tr. at his* oiflco In Dunnll.In tho fountr %trrl'H I.lUIt IvHVJKVr OK .U."OK AVII KICTITI01 UK-.
nafUr .
Revenue, I believe it will be ever more important to seek ways in which County month from..'0'.the.... data within of flrtt all owned Notice SAWN that Ilunnell Sod Farm

further. As Board Member I will always publication of this notlco. and operated by Vllolce
to make the tax dollar go your Each claim or d.man4 haa I: lUulereon and Karl Knabb-
must of 1
to cut cost and still provide bo In wrltlnr and inept state the od .u.I...January.. 1I/ sold Its
be looking a way necessary services pl... of r..kS.n_ sad poatoffleo norl.... located at ..u..I..
ad to all. bo and mu.t merchandise a*sea and equip
aworn to by tho claimant bla ment. free of clalma, to Vllolce

If you believe as I do that Conservatism in Government is still in steals or his attorney, or It K. Kauleraon. who will and contlntt Carolyn to lUuleraoo. op.

,. said cuttlntr and sale bua
style then . lneaa with the ria-bt to use th*
HASTINGS MATTRESS Karm.After aaumotl. name .( Huanell Sod

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS 1 January Ills Vllolce I
K. Hauleraon and Karl Knabb
710-12 Lemon St. will no longer use the name
Palatka Hunnell Mod Karm or be repon-
RE-ELECT] Flen'da Ible for any of the ...". of
Phone EA 5.9166 aid said/ Uunnell' ..Sod All claim Yarn prior afalaat to

rnraitara. Upholtarinf I Jaauary lots should, no sent
Repaired aft leout. I Borg 1l-A.. DUll...n.
TUflnlihxlMottrtssea riorlda.. All debt or ....
< Box Springs lb.after.*I t.'i"Vr.I K.UuleT ahall !

Mode to Order Also BanorotedColl lIOn and Carolyn ru.I.,... doe
Inc .u.t... ......, oho .."'. of
Laura Morris 437-3233 II..U Sod Fa,... sddnss
LOUIS M. STEFLIK After l:OO P. M. .1o"d.leouto H.. 1. Dog ltl-A llu.a ...,..

PRICES REASONABLE / / Vllolco II:. Raulersows

BUDGET PLAIT IT NEEDED //s:, Earl) 'lIlcl.r....

/., Island n, Shaw
Jut as near as TOUT Attorney .t law

Phone ClI' Post Office lunnell r. (1. foil Klorlda!)5 121

Drop Us a Card or CaD Mar, II, Apr. t. II. n. Its



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AWARDS GYM Word has trees melved et
May 18 WM Hiedale the death fit Marry N. set for the rumma*** ROOF BID Coriwy who d4 ". ....,. I!
safe planned by the VTWAuxiliary The Ftagfter county school April 4 fit a heart attack M !
at their. meetingTttWMMy board awarded a contract to his tome 1st Orwvtlt S. CoMe
......t. Mr*. J. B. Mnatraetor Howard Leah. to fcn ABUMMAI & 9*
WM re-reef the Bunnell High oral yeses before moving tieGeeellvilEle.
Mrs. M.rrk'e. Metes* peeN.dent. School gymnasium for $3176- .
conducted 1M ............,. JO at a meeting Tuesday He is survived I by Ms wife
The group voted Ie contribute' ......RC. Other bids receivedwere Marie.
to Mw American Gamer fcmd. submitted by J. W. Med-
Members were asked to deN and H. & H. Roofing. Co. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
brine foodstuffs aid comfort The board approved the Mrs. Edward Hawkins celebrated
Item for the servicemens purchase of playground equip. her birthday Tuesday
packages the next meeting anent for Carver School. A night at a dinner party at
April 18. Carver PTA delegation appeared Ormond Ba1LJoining r
The Auxiliary thanked the before the board stating her for the occasion
following resident and organizations they had $200 which they were her sisters, Mrs.. John
for their contributions would apply toward matching Clcgg Mrs. Lee Biakely. MissZena iw I
to the Vietnam Servicemen the board expenditure. Muzyka Miss Marie
project: Leslie Pa- Granted leaves of absenceto Muzyka; and Miss Margie
che Mrs. Helen Creal. Mrs. Kenneth Herring, Mrs. Emma Lee Blakely and Miss Dot
Beatrice Cockrell. Mrs. Bertha Murray and Jack Hall to Webster.
Bordner Korona Civic Club attend the annual FEA meeting & Set Jimmie Anderson son of Mrs. J. D. Perrttt, Flagler
Flagler County Liquor Dealers at Miami. Leaves were UDC MEETS TODAY Beach is shown receiving the Bronze Star presented to him
Assn. and Mrs. Rose Pan- also granted to Walter Morris United Daughters of the for heroism In Vietnam. Anderson was severely wounded In
chella. and Kenneth Herring to Confederacy will meet this afternoon both legs.WISEHAUrr.
attend official meetings. at 2 p. m. In S.
Accepted the high bid of Augustine at the home of
Mrs. H. T. Cook 78 N. St. Au. ADDRESSES
SCHOOL lOAm $76 from Clarion Wall for the Blvd. CLASSIFIED
metal school bus garage atWater gustlne SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB
ATTENDS BUIfNELL Oak. The private prop LEGAL ADTKKTISEIICarrTIIK In an address to the Flag- ADVERTISING
erty on which the garage is ler Senior Citizens Club last
\ LIONS CLUB MEET located Is being sold. IN onri-ir collie rove week Howard
YLAGLRN<< All members of the School Other routine business Included IH*. 1IHC1IT ('0' HT NO. Flagler Beach said that too
Board. County Superintendent approving the 1968-69 t.Aa'i. TuTSKUAOsN many people have a distorted
and school secretary attended school calendar. ... ", itaintirrrUS' picture of what life is all about BATE 4e per word. MtD1m1lJllchCD'9.
the luncheon meeting of A a TOTESIIAOP1N -They come into the per Issue SL09. I
Bunnell Lions Club Tuesdayas OPWCA l.fiuintOTMH world with nothing" he said,
OK li IT and leave with SEPTIC TANK cleaning drain
guest of Walter S. Morris TO LINA O. TlJTKSHAOBNIM "they nothing ;
past president RESULTS sine Street except what they have done fields installed; Rota-Roter
Ocean Palm Country Club LA r.u.n.. Tennessee ITT<4 for others." snail shell Reasonable prices.
Walter Mortis Supervisorof YOU ARE IIBRMMT NOT1-
Instruction and Art Mil- Women Golf Association vim* that an ulloft for divorce More than 70 members and Call George Jarosz. 437-3410
cent Audio Visual Technician winner for Tuesday play Class has you bn are Sled.....In4 against to you servo and a guests attended. 8-1-tl
presented a program which Tuesday play Class A winnerwas -pr of your written d.f.nt... Afterward they were entertained TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY-
If any to U on UONALO: J.
featured the Education TV Ann Ebllng. In the class HKI-H. !Kqulr of Duffctt. Barrr. with a musical program Let us help beautify Flagler
Station B play Alma Fyfe was first and Mops, attorneys for
included of
as a special programfor twosolo County. Large variety evergreens
llalntlff. whooo address U P.O.
the Uons club. and Mia Klasske was second. Has Ittl Ormond B aeh. FIor numbers by Mrs SarahSheehan palms hedge plants.
Low putts went to Mary Ida and fllo 1M with
was 5H miles S of Bunnell on
Various scenes were shownto accompanied
the clerk of the above styled
Indicate the type of TV Instruction Nicol. according to Dot Read court on or heron Mar it. 1..S; at the piano by Mrs. Rose U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc
reporter. otherwise a Judgment be
may Kort.
that is being used entered against you for the ,.-
in the public schools of Flag lief demandeda the rompUIntWrTN'RA The next regular meetingwill FOR SALE. Rent or Lease
ler County TV receivers are Strickland or S-uu. be a potluck supper 2 bedroom Florida room
Mrs. Imogene recently my band and the
located In each of the schools. underwent surgery at seal of Mid Court on April J, starting at 6.00; p. m. April 16. beach house with carport Ph.
IMS. 437-3472. Mar. 7-TFC
Programs are broadcast from Halifax Hospital and is convalescing iHonoK M MnonrA
Orlando. at the home of her Clerk of Mid C'_rt FOR SALE-Harley Davidson
.snAL, motorcycle-Model Lots For Sale-110 ft frontage
Two Flagler Beach Lionwere mother, Mr*. C. H. Cowart HIT: Kathryn U Emery on John Anderson Hwy
Good condition. Call
after 6
A ..,..rh
of the club also. Haw Creek. deputy
guests by 330 ft deep. Over 40 fruit
April II. IS. It. May S-4tr P. M. 439.2273.I.I1.Uc
trees per lot. Phone 439-2043
after 6 p. m.
Apr. 4, 11. 18. 25. 4tc

Unprecedented Happening authorized Flagler CountyDealer
for Sunnlland Fertilizer.
We stock complete line

at Chevrolet dealers for any purpose. Visit our
now your nursery and see what Sunnl
land can do for you. On U. S.
1 South Apr. 4. 4tc

an explosion of extra MAN OR WOMAN


buying No selling. Refill and collect
power. money from U. S. Postage
Stamp Machines In this area.
To qualify must have car
references $900 to $1,900 cash
Investment required. Ten
hours weekly' can net excellent
income. More time can
result In more money. Territories .
now open in the entire
state For personal Interview
12164. zip code No. 23205,
Charlotte N. C. Include phoneNo.
Only the koder could do ift FOR SALE-3-speed small
console HI-FI; 4 drawer chest-
24x14 In.; 4 drawer chest-30 x
16 In.; 5 drawer kneehole deskor

_____________ top dressing and bench table; 4 drawer with chest glass

__________ 29X17 in.; 1 drawer bed table;
I I'f 2 chairs-1 recliner and 1 rocker

It t 2175.; a cedar chest Phone 4-11-ltc 439-

r 2 bedroom 2 baths 208 8th
Street South. Flagler Beach
' from now until Sept 1-Lots
'f of hall room for extra beds.

Ph. 4392176. 4-ll-2tc

HELP WANTED: Applicationsare
now being taken until
May 2 for full time City Po-
lulceman. Applications and
II fleatIons obtainable at
You've never seen savings tkt this 2. Any Chevrolet or ChevvHt with power steering when. you buy any qqua Flagler Beach City HalL
on '68 Chevroleti and Chevelles. 250-r.p. Turbo-Firt V3 PowtrgHde Chevrolet or ChevcH with Y8 4-11-ac
You MV on AfMrka'i most popular and whittwalls. engine.
' Y8s with automatic transmissions. 3. Any regular Chevrolet with 250- 5. Ivy any Chevrolet or ChrvefU .. HOUSE FOR RENT. 3 bed-
Check these Bonus Savings Plans. hp Turbo-Fira VS. Turbo Hydra- V8 2- oor or 4-door hardtop mod l rooms tiled bath and garage.

... 1. Any Chevrolet or Chtvcllt with Matic and whitewalls. save on vinyl top. electric clock r.u Completely re-decorated to-
2094ip Turbo-Fir V8, fawcrjfidt 4. Now, for the first time ever, big wheel" covert and appearance guard = side and outside. Flagler
and ..bitewalls.'i. savings on power disc brakes and itiMt1 Beach. Ph. 439-2038. Seen byappoir.trrT
.. .._ cnlr. "-.UUpRUMMAGE

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