The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00448
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.James O. Craig. County Superintendent

of School, was Membership Drive II

guest speaker at Bunnell r
Lions Club at their luneheon # ,.
meeting Tuesday.' He wu introduced
chairman 9 r Lee Drazba. chakmaA of 4
Oliver Taylor. +w SCHOOL BUDGET Flagler Chamber of 6am i

Membership Cemmk
Craig outlined the changes I OUTLINED AT
tee reported that the corn*
that are being made In the
mitlee had a enthusiasm
school program for next year.. SHRINE MEETINGThe
meeting Monday and outfitted
He pointed out that there will ,,
their plans for the membership
Flagler County school
not be any radical change
Many of the policy changes y 'M.. ' rd budget enrollment and teachers drive.

are largely in name. ; were summarized by Mrs. The Chamber has 142 member

John C. glee Flagler County for the year 1907-68 and
stated that of
Craig many ? School board member when have laid plans to exceed this
the for ,
were economy she spoke to the Flagler County number next >ear. There are

purposes. lie explained that Shrine Club at their dinner G3 members from Bunnell. 29

the pupil population at Flag meeting Thursday night. The from Flagler Beach and 93
let Beach School had fallen
meeting/ was at the Municipal member outside the two municipalities I
off that the state
so world
Pier restaurant and 6 honorary
assist In paying the salaries Dale B. Brown. Jr., Flagler County Cancer Society Treasurer members.

of only four of the six teach presents a $150: check to Mrs. )(. B. Fuller. Flagler County Mrs. Rice said the budgetwas The committee j
more than one million composedof 1
ers. By adding grades T and Council Treasurer while bin, McKenney. Nursing
Nursing Harry Rose
dollars. She said that more Abraham. Leona
8. there will be sufficient enrollment i
to authorize the six Council Vice President, look on. The check was presented to than one half of the budget Knight R. L. )ltNab, P. A.

teachers plus an additional the Nursing Council by the local Cancer Society Unit for loan would go for teachers salaries Edmonson, William Lenssen.

teacher for remedial work. closet supplies. and the budget Included John II. Canakaris. Tony Kah-

This will save the county Mrs. Bernie Wilson ls president of the Flagler County Nursing such costs as custodian salary. left t{. V. Peavy and Lee

about 10000. Council. County Chairman of the Cancer Society 1s )(.... bus mechanic; school busses, Drazba, chairman.It .
bus drivers science equipment .
was announced that renewal
Keene Curnee from the Martin McDaniel.
f science laboratory, typewriters statement will be sent
Flagler Beach Lions Club invited *
adding machines and out next week. There will bea
the Bunnell Lion to
many other school necessities.At breakfast for entire
support the Beach Club FLAGLER
in their fish fry by purchasing the end of school term membership to be held at the
tickets. COP CONVENTION LIONS CLUB In May 1968 she said the enrollment Bunnell Civic Center In about

at Bunnell High three weeks Mr*. Abrahamand
Jack Holt that he John W. Seay. Supervisor of
School was 580; Carver 'High, Mrs. Knight will be In
had received permission from Florida Conservation Patrol
Flatter 510 and Flagler Beach Elementary charge.
for Beach
Plans the
City of Bunnell to hold Kids attended the Republican National
Annual Fish 116. Drazba said the dues wouldbe
Fishing Tournament in the Convention In Miami Uons Club Fry

Civic Center Lake. The Uons last week were completed at >a special Mrs. Rice named the teachers the same as last year. In

Club agreed' to hold the affairon board of dlrt't'tonmH1Jnr\ for the three Flagler Coun dividual membership be .

Saturday. September. ,7k! lie wu assigned by Gov Monday night August 5. The ty Schools and named tht $10. business membership will t

It will be from 8 to U a. m. **mof Claude Kirk as an aideto fish fry 1* slated .>,?$*_ JSeptera* years of service la th. county: be >|25 and corporate mem '
assist the U. S. Secret Service 3 IN'nhlps"-1I be $!O. -
with children 12 years of age her 1 from 12 noon until p. school system. Teachers with

and younger participating. In the protection of presidential m. at the Flagler Beach Municipal 15 or more years of service In

Prizes will be given for the candidates and other Recreation Hall. Uon the county Included Mrs. Es

biggest, most, and smallest prominent Itatft en. Paul Burge volunteered to fry lie Mae Glddens. 21 years, ADAMS URGES

fishes the lish and will recruit the Mrs. II. L. BenJamin 18 years,
caught. Seay said that he was In
necessary: assistance.It Mrs. Caretha Harris 21 years; VOTING
Vice President M. B. Fuller contact with many of the national
was reported Green's' Fuel 1 Mrs. Vienda Skipper 21 years
the In and attended
over meeting figures Secretary of State Tom
the absence of President Don caucuses and meetings In his Gas Service Bunn U, would Mrs. Mary Broadaway 17 Adams issued a challenge today -
Mrs. Catherine
Jordan who was attending a capacity as a security officer. furnish gas operated fryers years; Craw to Florida's hundreds of
ford 15 year Mrs. Hazel Holland
for the event The company ;
4-H Camp. civic and
fraternal organizations :
3Z: Mrs. Laura
also donated a gas barbecue year;
to join with him Ina
IHS BAND grill to be given away at the Morris, 22 years; Mrs. Emma statewide
campaign to ht'lpdf'Stroy
Murray 25 years; and Mr*.
sale PUKSAUTOMOTIVE fish fry. Ticket for the draw
growing trend of
'BACTICESUTED Frances Wads worth 20 .
Inc may be obtained from any years.Mrs.
voter apathy In the State.
SHOP Lions club member or most Rice said there were
MON. "As the State's
election '
Flagler Beach businesses. 60.9 teacher unit In the coun
The Board of Trustees of the officer," Adams said. "I
The first band practice session The board appointed Uon ty and through EIE Daytona Beach Junior College
call on all civic and fraternal
for Bunnell High School Floyd Collins chairman of funds Flagler County would
and called forbids
approved plans organizations In Florida to
band students Is slated for public relations committee. receive' $1,720 per teacher
for a new automotive join with office In Intensive
my an
shop and boiler building ren Monday, August 19 at T p. m. John Seay was appointed vice unit or a total of $IM.74'She six-week voter
The band will be under the direction chairman.It said most of this would be
ovations. Bids returnableon
are drive
beginning Aug
of Thomas Odadzin. used for staff Improvements
was announced a District
September 10th. ust 26. With
your help we can
All band members and the balance for extra
are urgedto Forum meeting would be held
undertake the War
The building will Include abasic. greatest on
attend. teachers for remedial work In
Sunday. August 11 at Deland.
Voter Apathy conductedIn
laboratory, live engine
language arts which Include
Lions planning to attend were "
laboratory, electricity laboratory All girls In grades 9.11 Interested this State.
Jack Abbott Bill Barto, Floyd reading, writing./ English,
auto air conditioning In qualifying for ma Collins Willie Harrison. spelling and etc Adams announced plansfor

laboratory, carburetor laboratory jorette and who are band the massive voter registration
Plans were made for a deep- The Shrine Club members
transmission and power members are asked to meetat drive last week
sea fishing trip August 18 for donated money to purchaseshoes
steering laboratory, machine the bandroom Thursday club members and guests. fora Flagler County To be called "V. O. T. EV
shop seven work bay, office, August 22. at 10 Those
a. m. Uon George Strickland and crippled child who recentlywas the campaign will be coordinated
and storage and mechanical attending! are asked to aprepared by the office of Sec'
Bernie Kozlowskl are In fitted by a clinic In Tampa
rooms. routine retary of State and the Sou .
charge of reservations. with a brace. The correc
The estimated cost of the Eleven Flagler Beach Uons five brace was furnished them Political Education Action *

automotive shop ls $394.824. It and four Bunnell Uons attended through the Shrine Crippled Committee non* -proAt,
is to be financed by state THREE ?OtJTl1SHIJi't the District Governor's Childrens fund Greenville non-partisan tax exempt

funds and federal vocational South Carolina. foundation whose purpose Is
cabinet meeting In Orlando
education funds.1lItTIRlATED IN CRASH to encourage voter educationand
recently' at the Park Plaza P. A. Edmonson. Shrine voter participation.

OK NORTH A1A Hotel. President announced that
SCHOOL District Governor Joseph there will be a Shrine ceremonial The I letters of V. O. T. E.

ENROLLMENT 19S.M9 Three Flagler County youths Gllarde presided. 1 In Tallahassee, Aug stand for Voter Orientation

were InJul'f'dhen their car President Joe Harrison of ust 1617. Training and Education.

The Flagler County Boardof hit a lamp pole euly Friday Flagler Beach headed a del A letter was read to the Adams said the drive has "

Public Instruction expect morning on Hwy. A-l-A five egatlon composed of Floyd club from Joe P. Burns, Jr. of been prompted by the fact

an enrollment of nearly 1300 miles north of Flagler Beach. Cotllnc, Bill Barto. Willie Hat the Florida Forest Festival that the voter turnout In the

student when the county** The driver Buddy Barrow. rison. Jimmy Field. Floyd ferry Inviting the club to the May primary elections wu J

three schools open Tuesday 23. Bunnell was hospitalized CosseL BernIe Kozlowskl. Vlr annual Forest Festival October the lowest In history. Only 41

September 3rd.Rcgistratbn. with cuts and bruises and gil SmIth Herman' Padrock. 26 In Perry.HARRISON percent of registered Democrats I

of junior and later released. Two passengers Keene Gurnee and Fred Morrow and 41 percent of registered

senior classes at BUS was In the Barrow car Rudy Republicans went to the

completed Tuesday with 73 Stula 24 Korona and Lewis Don Jordan, president of >RESIGNS AS polls.

per cent of student register* SmiglelskL 21, also of Korona. Bunnell Lions Club, headed

ing. Principal C A. McCrtff suffered cuts and bruises and a delegation composed of LevI BEACH LIONS PREXT TIDE TABLE
said students who failed to I
were admlttted to Bunnell Brannam. M. B. Fuller and
register are asked to register General Hospital Stula has Howard Lerch. Wives of the Joe Harrison resigned Men* Tides for August 15-21

Friday, August 16 or Monday been released and Smlglelskl1s Bunnell Lions attended: the day night a* president of the HIGH LOW

August 19.Faculty still hoapltall d. recreation activities In the afternoon. Flagler Beach Lions Club after Day AJkL P.M. AM PJL j
pre-planning conference serving a month of hit
15 12:43 lass sits 7:36
begins Monday. August It was announced that Lion year term. Harrison stated 16 1:36 2:13 7:36 8:36

19 and continues until The first hospital the US. Floyd Collins, past president that he had moved back to 17 2::'> 3:18 8:36 9:36

August 30. Teachers will meet was built by the Spanish at of Flagler Beach Lions. was Daytona Beach. 18 3:30 4:18 9:30 10:36 I

In the school library at 8:30a. St. Augustine In 1597. according named extension Chairman Jack Abbott, first vice president 19 4:30 5:12 10:24 11:24

m. for the first ....Ion, MeGriff to historical records of for the entire Orlando area ( was elevated to the 20 5::'> 6:00 11:18 11:59

said. the State Board of Health. district presidency. 21 6:18 6:42 12:12 12:06n '

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W Mie this newspaper does not presume to indorse any candidate S. D. A. ChoiceSIRLOIN
fer any eflke, we cannot help but comment! on poMtfeal

past figures week.who have been on the mind of all of us during the or T-BONE STEAKS lb 98

U you turned on your TV last week you could net have
helped but observe the Republican Convention and the so-called'
new" Nixen. Western Select

The convention seemed lifeless. There was no excitement
in the convention procedure The only thing of any Interest 49
were the backstage and outside shots and interviews.The .

convention appeared' to be *seoed.up" from the be

ginning. The delegates: knew It was just play acting. Even the Azalea SMOKED SHOULDER (4-6 Ib. AVI.) SLICED FREE
candidates later acknowledged that they knew two weeks before
the convention who was being: nominated. But they tried to
act out their parts.
PICNICS lb. 39Lyke'a
There is utter disorder In convention porcedure. Many
speeches are made They are all against war crime Inflation
race riots and poverty. No one seemed interested' in the answers.
They only repeated' the one theme: "Save the nation, before
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it is too late, with Republicans". "FLAG"SMOKED
Even the Republicans did not listen. They were cold toward

Governor Claude Kirk, former president Dwight Eisenhower, BACON SAUSAGE
and former nominee' Thomas E. Dewey. Only Harry Goldwater.

who led' the party to ignominious: defeat four years- ago, was acclaimed I lb. 49c I lb. 590

The convention system of nominating presidential candidates -
is about as archaic as the royal dynasty of England.
Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D Ib. CUT TO ORDER
(2.2'/i Avg.
But, is
Everyone knows it is nothing more than a show. nothing
done to revise the system.

The "new" Nixon who ran the show, but was not allowed'
on the stage until the climax of the closing scene, did not seem I b. 29
any different. He is eight years older, and no doubt wiser He
has not dispelled' the "loser Image". He still seems to lack that
quality of public ,magnetism. The Kennedys had It So did
Franklin Roosevelt and Dwight Elsenhower. But not Nixon. '

Commentators and columnists seem to think that Richard Lean Western
Nixon used the southern delegates as a base on which he built I BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST lb. 491 I
his nomination He Is most fearful of former Governor George
Wallace cutting into his southern strength. z

It Is figured that he picked the unknown and nationally
Inexperienced Governor Spiro Agnew of Maryland for vice president Lke' 15 oz. Can
as a sop to the South. It may work out to help him later For MAXWELL HOUSELke'
HASH 3 $100
in the election. But right now the big cities are mad, the
Negroes are mad. labor Is mad, and the South is asking "Whois INSTANT COFFEE
15 Can
Agnew*. And. the Wallace people are happy. oz.

The best thing we have seen come out of the pre-election BEEF STEW 3 For 1flOOQuart 2 99C
displays so far is that we shall probably have a clear cut choice Jars
between conservative candidates from the Republican Party Kraft Jar
Limit 2 with $5.00 food order f
liberals from .Democratic Party, and statesrighrers from the Ea. or more
third party. MAYONNAISE Sge

So besides trying to decide whom to vote for. we suggest i
that you write to your congressman and senators and ask themto Waldorf 4 Roll Pkg. I
revise our system of nominating electing presidents and TOILET TISSUE EachEach
vice presidents.It's 39c OLEO

time for a change. Hood "33" Vx Cal.BLEACH .
John A. Clegg Pound

In force 29C 1 I (in Solids) 10

Most of the term policiesare

LETTERSTO held by World War II and DIXIE CRYSTAL Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
Korean Conflict veterans
THEEDITOR Smith said. Now at an average -
age of Dearly 49. World
.5=- War II veterans In Florida FROZEN FOODS-
who hue not converted' their
government life insurance will 5-37' Frosty Acres LIMEADE or
Dear Editor: soon find their National Service -
I would like the parents of Life Insurance premiums LEMONADE 6cr IOC
Flagler Beach and Bunnellto going up as a result of advancing Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
know I have learned from : age. Smith noted' for
personal experience that we example, that the premium at Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 ox. Size
have a great group of teenagers age 40 for an NSLI term pol FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE *
In our community.With icy climbs 50 percent at the 69*
a little understandingand age 50, and becomes three' Juicy
insight we would all times the age 40 premium .
realize that they are young when the veteran reaches 60. SEEDLESS GRAPES lb. 29C
people with deep feelings Although permanent Insurance OUR VALUESHORTENING
toward others and are very costs more to begin with Firm Ripe
much aware of the conditions the premium rates for permanent
of our world today. Insurance never go up. TOMATOES "" 29c
Thanks to one of our local Further, Smith said permanent
businessmen for providing policies have loan cash- Tender 3 It 290
our teenagers and young surrender, paid up, and extended
people a place they can enjoy Insurance values.Term GREEN BEANS 2" 49C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
good food and amusement policies do not.
Mrs. Kathy Hollenbach In reminding Florida vet
erans of the value of converting
G I INSURANCEMore their government life Insurance .
term policies to one
than half of the 1&1,- of seven permanent plans
000 Florida veterans who hold available to them Smith said
J1.22&969.000 worth of government that the relatively high dividends -
life Insurance have on term policies at
not yet converted these policies earlier ages normally declineas
from term to a permanent policy holders grow older, till
plan Raymond S. Smith thus making It even more
Flagler County Veterans Service costly to retain term Insurance II
Officer said today. ( I'I'
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lie pointed out that In 1967. Veterans can obtain detailed ( Phone 437-3227
Florida veterans paid $19.452.- information about various OPEN SUNDAYS (
000 In premiums to keep both government life Insurance 8:00 .nu-ItOO p.m. ( U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

term and life permanent Insurance government policies. permanent. Smith plans concluded from his office. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good August 15, 16, 17. 18 and 19, 1968IItr

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Security OF OF EVENTS -
Cstwmkthn will meet at 7:30 ,
One of the biggest wtwise ,. M. III the ummM.i.m.rsroam. -t- y'1'p

My ...!>* and I have ..*. planted In FlagbrCtoMtty .
brit deawiag a u...I.... ... was pine tree plated ( eMs -)
vial security ... for a longtime by St. Regis Paper Company. .we-t ---.,.-
; now after 10 years *C Owing the lMT.. planting tai Qty tmes meets
married Itf*. He plan to divorce season. St. Regis planted. same at 7:30 f. m. .
me. will tM atop my 3.460 pine seedling in Flag- (.e') v
benefit aa a wile Per County where the company Tuesday August : -B.y
A. No. Your mouthy social manages 44,560 acres of fere*. Scoot Troop 498 r*. kr meet
security check' will eont iue. Throughout the Deep South Ig.
If your farmer huMaN owe St. Regis reforested 3960/ (.e.)
acre' of woodland" with 33million ..
before yeu cio yeu may then Wednesday. August 31-Bey
be entitled to bentftt! as a young trees. About Scout Troop 4TS' regular meet
widow.Q. 13.400.000 seedling of this in*
My youngest son will tree crop were planted In

be 18 year oM this eemmg FterWa. BIRTHDAY DATA
Through careful management
October. Since he will still
be going to school can't we and conservation" title Happy birthday this week to
both keep on drawing foetal crop of tree will be mature Today-Buddy Taylor. J. -L
security benefit? and ready for harvesting in Reaeo Lynn. Jerry Peter A
A. Your en ran continueto 35 to 30 year Friday-Albert Batten Ger. :
receive' check until he The practice Is to replant trade Herman. Lota R. Groover -
is % as long as he Is a full. fourfold every tree that .i* Ruthle U. Harris Espanola local agent for Atlanta Life
time student In an approved harvested. The resuk i Is a Saturday-Col. (Ret.i Gordon Insurance Company was awarded a plaque for outstanding
school. growing forest that will continue S. Gray. Ida L. \Vhke. E*.
However, your benefits Personal SAles during annual Assistance Agency Director"
will end the month before to produce wood fibre titer R. Heydt.SundayIan.
month. Pictured with the award winner, center' are Supervisor
the month your son becomes opportunities for future T. D. Whitehead left and Manager John S. Frink. both of Daytona
of age 18. since you Monday-Robert Vail Malcolm Beach.It .
will no longer have a "child"in generation L. Johnson Jane Stryker. -
your care. This annual reforestation Gary Gresham II.TufSdayGeorll" .
Q. My husband died June prgram begins In Lee Flori Wkkline. Is generally acceptedthat poises still have a "mous I
da. where" St Regis operatesone George Moody. John Timothy tache" of bristles their
30. 1968. Am I entitled to distant ancestors of the on ,
his June check since he diedon of the largest industrialtree Persons.WednesdayJ.. face The flippers of a por
the last day of the month nurseries In the South. E. "June" porpoise were covered with poise contain the bonestruclure -
A. No, you are not entitled The company forester are Deco Sammy Threadfill hair had four limbs and went of a flve-toed limb and
to any of his June available to help other landowners Alan Lee Zamba Norman about on dry land. Biologists two small bones imbedded In
check. Whether a person dies through personal Inspections Baggett. Wm. V. Moore. at Marineland of Florida re- the flesh are all that remainsof
on the first day or the last of their lands and port that at birth baby por the hip bones.

day of a month no one is entitled sound management counsel
free of charge. XIRKMAN SAYS
to the check for that
St Regis depends primarilyon
If I receive widow'sbenefits small to medlum-sized ATLANTIC HARDWARE
and will land-owners to supply about The Florida Highway Patrol
remarry my
75 per cent of the wood needed today released figures showIng .
benefit terminate & SUPPLY CO. INC.
A. Termination of benefit to make paper and paper that In only 12 percent of J
products at Its southern kraft
depends upon the widow's the cars Involved in accidents
at the time of the remarriage mills and converting plants. during 1967 were the occupants 1"x12"PoHderosa Pine Shelving 13' ft.
e 11 i A widow who remarries wearing" seat belts at 1
after age 60 will continue DBJC OFFERSSHORT the time of the accident.
to receive' benefit checks COURSEA Colonel II. N. Klrkman. Director Cork Memo Boards 9"x 12" 39c Ea.
of the of
a* a widow slthough the amount Department
of her check may basic non-credit course In Public Safety said This figure MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH I
change. electrical-electronic' principles represents both the cars
421> A widow who remarries will be offered l beginning August In accidents that did not have PHONE 439-2303 I ik
while under age 60 will 26 by DBJC In cooperationwith seats belts I installed and those t
no longer be eligible to receive area industry.The that did have them but were =-
a widow's benefit. As specialized course will. not In use."
long as her remarriage exists, meet Monday and Wednesday The records show that in BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
she cannot become entitled night for two full semes fatal accidents the percentage
to benefits on the deceased ters. of use Is evin smaller. 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

husband's account.' Instruction is designed to Out of 2292 can Involved In BUNNELL FLORIDA
provide an Introduction to direct fatal crashes In 1967. only In
AIRPORT CRASS and alternating current 190 or eight percent were FREE ESTIMATESBAR

IS MOWED principles and circuits as wellas the seat belts being used. FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS
the application of vacuum "If given a chance, seatbelts
Civil Air Patrol members recently tubes and semi-conductors. can save lives and: reduce BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS
worked mowing grass Applicants must have completed Injuries. My advice I Is LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS
at the Bunnell airport a one year of algebraand for drivers and passengers to Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
spokesman said today. prove twelfth grade buckle-up for every trip
The local CAP unit volun achievement on a special test. whether" It Is to the neighborhood BATHROOM VANITIES- BREAKFAST BARS
teen assist In maintaining Registrations are taken grocery store or across Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts
the airport facility dally this week at DBJC. the state." concluded Klrk FINE HARDWOODSMost

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Phone Palatka EA, Florida 5-9166 All Forms of Insurance

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Dinner guests in
the brtdeo-eI<<1 and her m *her and Mrs. W. E Milk of
, I wwW Irfce to thank my
were Miss Olestlne. 9la- Birmlftgfcain. Ala. aw vats
Uh Mrs. David Burned.. Mss ttefting at Fteffk B. wi. friends and neighbors fer.
Donna Akin Miss Julie Wllkins. The Mills amended the their many cards, gtfts, flewm

bliss Anne Bourne: and Robertson Henry Wedding and visits I received dw-
Miss David Burnsed. Other Wednesday evening. Ing my way at the hospKal.
r.i guests included Mrs. Mamie My sincere thanks to the

Wolski and Miss Denise Bwn- Mrs. Willard Knight and doctors and hospital staff at
4 sed. four children of Palatka visited Russell' General for their

Miss Stanteh and Set. Don in Bunnell last Tuesday many kindnesses.
Cullen will be married at St. with Mrs Walter Morris. Gina Seale

Stephens Catholic Chuck -
.Y Dunn U. at 6 p. m. Satwday. MRS. HARDING HONORED AT OPEN HOUSE

August 31.




4 reception at St Themas

Episcopal Church honored
Mrs. Joseph larding on her
_ ninetieth birthday Sunday
: The surprise. affair given at +

the church was hosted by the

..,.. ( parishioners following the

,,'" \-0... morning worship service.
.I 1fr.11 .... About twenty members of "
./ the congregation Joined the n !
a I1i r guest of honor for the specialcelebration.
," \ .' I ,," .


1 Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fleurle
and sons have returned to Mrs Joseph Harding pioneer resident of Flagler County

their Flagler Beach home after celebenne birthday Sunday afternoon at an open

three weeks vacation |house at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Taylor. OTM

camping trip. : Bacher St.. Bunnell.
Miss Rebecca RobertsonIs While on vacation the Fleurles More than fifty friends and relatives atte-ndf'd.
visited their son In law
Mrs. Harding was born In London. England August 11,
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Bride of Marvin HenryMiss Terry Wilson, Murraysville. 1878. She came to America In 1905 and married Joseph Harding
Pa. 'In Arizona In 190& The couple moved to Florida In 1909.

Rebecca Darnell KOOrrtson rose pedals.' Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Foray the. The Hardlngs were one of the first families to be settledin

and Marvin Wayne Myrl Henry was his sons and family, Palatka. are visiting I the St Johns Park area by the St Johns Development Com-

Henry exchanged wedding best man. Groomsmen were at Flagler Beach with Mr. |pany. They became engaged In farming and raised cabbage

vows Wednesday, August Dan Cody, Mitchell Henry, and Mrs. Jack Logan. potatoes and fruit

seventh at seven o'clock In brother of the groom, Joe. Mr. Harding was a skilled craftsman and taught manual arts
Strickland. PI non. and Rodney Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardin
the evening at Bunnell First at Bunnell High School. After he retired from farming he was
Coleman Seville and daughters have returned
United Methodist Church. John Rice Hardware for number of
employed as carpenter at a
Dan Cody and Joe Strickland home from'f ur weeks trip to
The bride is the daughter of lighted the candles. Tennessee, where they visited YMrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertson A reception was held at the with relatives Mrs. Harding still very active at ninety lives alone at her

Bunnell. and the bridegroom's Bunnell Civic Center Immediately home on Forsyrhe Street in BunnelL She has five children: Rich-

parents are Mr. and Mrs. following the ceremony.The Miss Marilyn McFarland. ard Jacksonville; Danny Holly Hill; Martin. Bert and )Irs. Margaret .

Myrl Henry, BunnelL bride's table was overlaid formerly of Bunnell now living Taylor Bunnell She has seven grandchildren and three

The impressive doublering- with a white Importedcutwork In Jacksonville, visited at great.rrandchllcSl"f'n.
candlelight ceremony was performed and embroideredcloth. St. Johns Park last week with
Out of town guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hardingand
the Rev. Oliver The four tiered wedding; Mr and Mrs. Paul Burkley.
by daughter Unda; John Barr and )Irs. Jesse Knight, all of
Taylor.Mr. cake, flanked by floral arrangements Jacksonville and Mr, and
centered with WEEKEND HOUSEGUESTS : Mrs. Danny Harding of Htf'Hill.. .

Ray )Mercer organist, lighted tapers formed the> -
Weekend houseguest of Mrs. Mr CRAIG HOSTESS AT LUNCHEON
played traditional nuptial se centerpiece for the table. Elise Atkinson and son Neal,

lections and accompanied: soloist Presiding at the refreshment was Alex Atkinson of Charleston .
Mrs. Bernie Wilson who table were Misses. [)*. S. C. z

sang "The Song of Ruth" and lores Dren. Tina Pache, KathyEmery > Mrs. Atkinson's grandson

The Lord's Prayer". and Janice Seale; Mrs. Mickey Atkinson returned to
Harry Knight Key West; cousIn -
Charleston with Mr. Atkinson
Sunburst arrangements of
of the bride. Mrs. Cordf'URobft'
daisies gladiolus and chrysanthemums on. Mrs. Hubert Smed for several days visit.

flanked with Icy and Mrs. II. C. Cobb. -
emerald tree palms and brass Miss Myrlene Henry, sister
floor candelabra holding lighted of the groom, kept the Mr. and Mrs Robert Thacher r jt
white tapers formed the book. left Saturday to return to
background for the wedding The couple will make their their home In Minneapolis.
home at St. Johns Park aftera Minn after visiting In Bun,
party. wedding" trip to south F1or.Ida. nf'1I"f'ral days with" his

The bride given in marriage brother in law and sister Mr
by her father was lovely and Mrs. Gordon Shields.
in a formal gown of unite,, Out of town guests includedMr. ._
silk organza and reembrold-- and Mrs. D. F. Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. I. L Harris c

eyed Alencon lace. The lace Kim. Douglas and Davey, Orlando and Mrs. John Horruby and Tee Y
)Ir. and Mrs. Bill Mills
bodice fashioned with a ; children spent the weekend
scalloped neckline and waist Birmingham Ala.; Mrs. Mary, visiting with,, relatives and
enhanced with,, dainty seed Underwood.' Deland; Mrs. Billr.ormt'l'ly friends at Lakeland Bartow

pearls featured long tapered Mr. and Mrs. A. L and Tampa. Mrs. James O. Craig entertained with"
a bridge luncheon
sleeves' pointed at the wrists. Murphy and Debbie, and Miss, -
The full skirt designed with,, Lucille Cowart all of Daytona Marie and Clarence Pendar- Thursday at her home Lemon Street Bunnell. for members of

soft front pleats was accented Beach; Mrs. Don Motes andKathy. vis of Lawtey,, are staying the Finesse Club. The hostess was, presented a permanent floral

with reembroldered Men Palatka; Mr. Jimmy with" their grandparents, )Ir. arrangement for her new home by themf'ft'lbf'rs of her bridge

con lace. The gown extendingto Knight Neptune Beach; Mr. and ),Irs. C P. Gordon In Bun club. Mrs. Craig, second from right, serves Mrs S. H. Cameron
the floor featured a detachable and Mrs. Rowland Jones Pier- right. With them at the table
nell while,, their mother. Mrs. serving are 1 to r, Mrs. Walter
chapel length train. Her son; )lr. E. M. Plckens Crescent Julia Pendarvis. is hospltallz- Morris, Mrs. W. O. Estes, and Mrs. S. J. Broadaway. Other guests
Mr. and Mrs.
City Roger
bouffant waist length veil was T ed at Bunnell General. Wf'I'f'Irs.. Keene Gurnee. Mrs. Hal Jordan and Mrs Martin Me-
attached to a bow of matching Henry and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Daniel
organza and lace trimmed Henry. Jr. all of Ocoee. Fla;
with seed pearls. She carried Mrs, Don Riley Port Orange; BIRTHANNOUNCEMENTS
a cascade bouquet of roses. Mrs. Paula Smith. Ocala; Mrs.

Mrs. Edward Zrller, cousinof Inez Anderson grandmotherof ANDREW ROSS KING FOR SALE

the bride was maid of the bride Atlanta. Ga; Mr.! ; Mr. and Mrs. Mack King.
and Mrs. II. O. and
honor. Bridesmaids were Smedley Stone Street, Bunn lI. are the
Miss Cwyn Smedley, Jones, Clay and Mrs. John Smedleyof parents of a son. born Tues- Brand New PolaroidLAND
Jones Ala; Mr. and Mrs.
Alabama, cousin of the bride
6 3:30
day, August at a. m. at
Miss Tamara Robertson and Harry Knight Key West; Miss Halifax
Kena Mae Machael and Mr. Hospital Daytona
Melissa Robertson sisters of J Bf'ach.II .
the bride. The attendants wore and Mrs. John Jones Jr. andRex CAMERAMODEL
identical floor length gowns' Jane Amy, John and weighed seven pounds-
Michael all two ounces at birth and has 250
of shaded blue silk organdyand of Ormond Beach.The
been named Andrew Ross. COMPLETE WITH
taffeta. They carried ATTACHMENTS
Paternal grandparents area
of daisies.Serena VALUED
nosegays term "all cotton" a Mr. and Mrs. C. B. King of AT $170.00

Zeller, cousin of the consumer's best guarantee of BunnelL Mr. and Mrs. Harold PRICED $110.00 CASH

bride was flower girl She carried maximum wearablllty" and Bowden .Haw Creek, are the CONTACT LEE DRAZBA 43771584TIIE
' a white, lace basket of comfort maternal grandparents.





MEETS' TI5MIITFriendly mr #

ruW WWMkvWs-
Owle: .[ the Bun

neil MctiM*** Onmst will ..a.-sltr

.r meet totd..st at 8 px m. at the

home at MM. JMC ..... !907 AOA O
N stAliMIw
1 Mom. ....... ........ :&

A wI Mrs. Ray afesnar. president. nod each .., pus are ttgMhy .
t' ....... sad required _M JtIIt-
Peawill be
phsslds. aSMt asy claims ae Mtdw -.
made far the Sif im> fr social .Mh ... u, either 01rr
the ...... J
d at Ftagttr Boat Male =IC .

Park. 'u l. to cy.
I'IWIItr t.
sits. ei& .... .... M
.[ said lti.nt, .
\tjp\: "' 'lip
Ji ._ the tahlls.tisw ..
/ of thS5 ..
.1t. ( CLIMBS St ..h claim :et::
us.. ...M .. I. wv$ $
Summer visitors to the nalion's shaM .*.** taw platof rrsig
44 MoM .... addreirlnamant. tits
oldest city are Riding and ...*.. .boby ow.ea ills
Florida's epic outdoor df_ma, th* e.......' a.ent

I "Cros and Swerd"' exciting of njH on*.dollar li and< by such n gt

evening entertainment for the Vnwnd nut a* Mod ...|
/./ Mhl UWMt*
entire "_Iy. oW .*_trla.. mta4
t "Cross and Sword" official \1'" ,........
>o.g.r M. Whit, .
report that attendance has "tIk: |>. Mcnt.on AugTi.t "J

risen 47 pHft'ftt'ft .lastyear's A Hf II. SS. ,.. .(..*... I, It*
ratn-ptagued season -
More out-of-state vtortors will
L-fl U. A In""TIII .IGJfT
view "Cross and Sword" this

-- --
summer than during any of
l\ TITS < 1111'1 IT tot it?. .K\.
the spectacle's previous threeyears. Ht'.TJI lilt 11L /NI'1 IT
IH a M) .' )" KLA :L.:..
<..H \T\. KMlHIIIt.i .

The Humanities Building and Theatre at DBJC will: be used by Flagler County students Mr and Mrs. Gayle Mercer lMI it ii.rion-lll% IIM MI, ..

attending the school of arts and sciences and Mary Karl school of applied sciences. The J500.000 and children Kluimmee. nXKY II HHKKHKIJHUlntlff. .

facility was completed In 1966. The Flagler County School Board has renewed the Mary Karl spent the weekend In Bunneil ...

program for Bunnell High School students this school term Pre-registration at the end of last visiting her parents, Mr and JTHT ANN I......KHKKHKLU....',

years school term showed fifteen BUS students enrolled at the Mary Karl school of applied Mrs. L. W. McMillan and his \.rrlt'H. .. lHOIKHTtTO : OK .l ITS

sciences. BUS Principal C. A. McGriff said more students are' expected<< to enroll during registrations mother. Mrs. J. F. Mercer.LKUAL. : JiMly Ann Hhrr.ll
this week. nMVt iHiart Hood
AUVeilTI 'KMK.VrOTUH \ 'rovis'allfurai.ARU '
OPD t.V..IO'W Kit that an action for alvortvn
FORMER It known that .. Torn .. bn IM4 against y m and
HOME FROM ,A. TRIP HOUSECUESTS Adam, Secretary of $tate of the you ar* required to serve n espy
Mat of Florida do hereby vlv of your written ....,.***.. tf aAjr.
RESIDENTS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hippie Houseguests at the home of notlr that a Un.ral Hl* t/on tq It on WAL.TKM K. nMTBTt.
wilt b* held In naclr County. JH, Attorney for Italnttff.whoM .
Former Bunnell residents, have returned to their Flagler Mrs. Walter Knight last week" Slate of no,I"" on Tu4ay address !. II* Mouth
Beach home after spending a were her sister, Mrs. Marcus nail urr4ln the II,., Monday Heath ,r* .t.fI Daytona Itoach.
David and Nana Hilsenback In Novmbr. A. l>, !>''. l>1orlda. and the orlflnnlwith
month at CochranvlUe. Pa. and and
and children Winston Salem Thompson sons Jerry th* Mid Tuesday being th* fifth the Clerk of the abov
visiting with their grandsonand Stephen of Augusta. Ga. day of No.*....*'. to All th. fol styled Court on or before September -
N. c., stopped over In Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. Robert lowing omc*.. U. ills; otherwlM
during the weekend to visit family. -- tolled "tat.. |.*....,, Judgment may lie entered against
Kcllett and children. LEGAL AlltKHTI.KMKMT IUprvntatlv In Congress forth you for the relief demanded In
with friends. Kourth Congressional Di.tHrt .- the (fempUIntWITNfew
The Hllsenbecks were en- ; my hand and (M1.1.1Seal
." Cut KT. KV.KTII Three Juctlr of th* 8upr.m* of Mid Court on the 5thday
i IR
route to DeLand where they FORMER RESIDENT I* THK JIUHIAI. .IHCIIT.I Court .f August A. II, !....

will reside. A%l) VOH KI.AUl.KH 0n JudK of th* 1".hlC't CIIIIAL)
VISITS I OI''T'. rMIMIDA. 11% II.UT' Court of Appeal for th. Klr.t '''LHtU(. ClllCUIT UltTHy.
<>*. CAtS M* ..M I"*" '.. Appellate Ulatrlft. : Kathryn /. Umery
Weekend houseguests at the I1KNJAMIN 1. Ct'WTBK. Into CommlMlonr. Florida Ite..uty Clerk:
Mrs. Day Moody, formerlyof Italnllff.t.KUIOII lublle JWrTlc Commission.Stat. Aur- IS. Ito.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
home Flagler Beach now living ... Attorney Seventh Judklal -
Barber were Mr. and Mrs. Pete uIJIuhRIt. IVC. Circuit.
In Fairfax Va.. left Wednesday 1J1.Twa corpor.lp, aa Public 1..4. JWireath Judicial
Barber, Ocala; Mrs. Jane via Jet to return home l'ATIUc'IA IL CYi1iKMl1IT. formerly Circuit.Mat LEGAL AUVERTisEMCXTIx
Davis and daughter Betty, ratrteia R. CLARK.1)erend.at Mvnator for th* following -
after here several
visiting *. Senatorial DlatrlcUThlrtn. :
Connecticut; and Mendell days with relatives and AWKMIKII *OTMK WP M 11'TO. ('Ol'IIITY! JIIM.tr* COIHT

Smith of MlamL friends. Patricia K. Cookery. formerly Members of the mat lion* KLAOLKK. lOl.tTT, FLOW
; n.
Patricia R nark who of It.pesnallves for the following
...t known addreM I.: ....u.. OUtrlrt: Till",. M mOBATR 1f.. HNS 4
Mike Wheeler of Panama 7iS Verr* KoadPhiladelphia. two, Thlrtythr nnd Thirty- In He Estate of

City was the overnight guest VISIT FRIENDS IN BUNNELL Penn.,IvaalaHBHHIT four.County Ju4f, CIIBSTKU DtteH.KAItU... DREECE.:

of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walters Mrs. William Splcer and Yol7 r'Aftt: NOTI TI Clerk of taw circuit Court solicit TO 4MKIMTOH4
Monday. daughter Donna and Mr. and KI thai ." action t* f.r.elooe sheriff All creditor of CHBHTBItKAIO.
a morta-aK on III.* foUowlnproperty Tarn Assessor I1KKBCK. who died on IS
Mrs. Bill Splcer. Jr. all of Miami In n....' County. Tax Collertor July ills ,,"H. a resident of
Mrs. Ethel Durance and stopped In Bunnell Friday YI.'''.: Superintendent of fublk In- ruder County ...,.... a,* no
Paxtf th. BWH of PortionIt. .t ruction, UAe4 that they are required toM
children Lorann and Michael to visit friends. The Spleen ToWMhlp ....uCIa. Han** Supervisor of Hlrtlon any claim* or demand that

and James Medders visited In were former Bunnell resi II orrlt.: Yiui.r Count follow r. M.", ..*,.. Hoard of labile In- they may have against his ...
.a trurtlon. INitrtcti 2 and 4. tat* In the ones of th. County
Halnes City Saturday with dents. Rev. W. Spicer was a .. llea-lnnlnc at taw Urmbrra. CountyCommlMionrri Judc of KUa-ler County. Klorlda.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mutter. former pastor of the Bunnell Westerly one-quarter th.nro cornerof Joe,1.Irit. I. J. In th* Courthou at llun-
aectlon II and I.Justires. nell. Florida within *U calendar
On Sunday they visited In Methodist Church. ,.-Id..' 4Y ittEa.t..
of th. I.>a<-*, UUtrlrtl month from the date of th*
Clermont at the home of Mr. .Ion* the n-.uarter On. Ant publication of this notice.Hath .
Iton tin*. UK feet mr demand b.
claim must
Conatablr Iriatrlrta On* or
and Mrs. Homer Fill nIf'r, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berdd or lea*. to tn* We.terly rin* Judge, Small Clalw Court In writing and flled In duplicate,
and daughter Marsha left Sat. or the Na foot right of'war. Three M.....*,., Ba.t lacier and must tat* the place of ,*.-
.f the FUrlda HMt ( lOanal. Mosquito Control t tut rl HOME FROM EUROPE urday via Jet for their homeat Ibene IT 41' 44' Testimony Whereof I hav* the claimant and to bjrth
Erin. Term after visiting Baal. It4i feet mar .r !... h.runto pt my h nd and af- claimant hi.be.t"'o his
atone the w..t H/W tin. Stud W* Uroat Seal of th* attorney, or It will become vow
week In
a Bunnell with Mrs.
Miss Mary Susan Brannamhas to the South ln of aforesaid Mat of Florida, at TaltaJiar according t* law.
returned home from Ber dd's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mtlon II.: = the Capital, this the First listed s5 1X1
Andrew Zalewskl Mouth 1C iWest day of Auguit. A I* l.i* /./illt1 K UREBCKMMCutrU
Europe. Miss Brannam attended MM .artless Hn *f a (KBAt) of th. Ketal *,fCilHHTUIt
the Baptist World ....t._ of M. H**. mr or TOM ADAMM.fHCIlBTAHY. KARL. !)1t5GUCU
!.... to Ih* 8outha cornerf Publication. I Aur. IMS.Aur .
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hannahof
Youth Conference at Berne. th* HW1 ur the >W .
j.MWtton I'ir .. n. as. n 4tc II. 1 Ole
Switzerland. Rogersvllle. Ala. visited In II Ihene North
i* ." w mt m feet _r* ,
Before returning home she Bunnell last week with Mr or I-", to In* :>**lha.t cornr -

enjoyed five weeks tour of and Mrs. Mark Hannah iTWl.of aforeMld MrrtHtn *IS WH, them.South of taw*

England France and Italy. II 4l ir Wet ISS
feet store or !... to the W..t BARNES SEA FOOD
Tom Caudill left Monday aortfcMi It... of MM tWtfcwtIt.
morning to return to his homeat >.* al.. th Northw
Elizabethton. Tenn. after
HWU I4rtto i II lh NMNrtk
George Moody attended spending the weekend visitingIn I* It* "1N.- W aloof..l IIJ the* THURSDAY TIIRU SUNDAY

Cornerstone Ceremonies for Bunnell with, his grandparents tv*tTt wild S.tIISO IJt ,
the academic building complex Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoi- the polat all of riparian.b.Kln.t and.BtMtadlnc -. FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.

on the permanent campus den. Mltoral righta appertaining
of the Embry Riddle Aeronautical thereto Th. MM partvl rontalnlna GET MOM OUT OF THE KITCHEN
45.5 acre roor or
Institute Friday af /.... vxcludlnc approalmatIjr .-
ATTEND FAMILY REUNION t' arr.. ntaln4 In the
ternoon. M ft right of war of PROX SPECIAL .
.. 11. \*.. !>.', .. 1 S. 4. 5.
)Ir. and Mrs. Levi Brannamand the South M ft of Let 14fl
NEW YORK VISITORSMr. children James Alan and and the North M ft of tot Southern Fried ChickenWith
tfc. Mork I end tote I. S. S.I. .
Mary Susan attended the and 5. Dtark 1. 1.,0' I. I.
and Mrs. Buddy Yelvlngton William Roundtree family reunion I. 4. ami t. Hlork S. nALots Homemade Biscuits and Honey
and sons Billy and I. J. '. 7. IS. IS. 14.
Sunday at Metter, Ca. In I l.rk 1. all In Palm 11.ft .'- All You
Chris of Deer Park. N. Y. and The Brannams were among hot Subdlvl.loe a* pr plat Can Eat $1.5Q
Mr. and Mrs. David Yelvtng- on In Map Book (. nac*
the more than 400 family II. |-ubh<> lUcorda of FU.-
ton of Babylon. N. Y. are visiting the lr Count.. 1orMa.. width
In Bunnell with Mrs. attending annual plat I. n part of th* property Homemade Clam Chowder
event 4....'11 P4 abo. by koiindaarjr -
Ruby Yelvlngton and Mr. and .

Mrs. James Stepp. ha. bees .,... ...I..t you and
Rebecca Durrance. daughterof you are required to servo n ropy fRESH SEA FOOD
of your written aar
Miss Cheryl McGritt has asher )Ir. and Mrs. Tommy Dur to It on Aayid U of Black.Obb. .
rance, Flagler Beach Is visit- Col. Crottr Wa-.raon.attorn \
houseguest. *?. far the Plaintiff. CHOICEBONE STEAKS ,
Baker of Palatka. Ing In Tampa with her aunt whose address I. Ml North
and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Horace <>ran<..... Av.nu*. Unjrtona.B '
**rh. ra.,..... an4 HI. th* orlg- ROC LEG VEAL
)Ir. and Mrs. Carl Norton. Locke. Inal with th* Clerk of th* .....Y.. CUTLETSI
Styled Court se or ""* .'* saps I
Oxford. Ala. were recent visitors tmbr IS. fits. *,...,,,/... a COME AS YOU ARE
of Reverend and Mrs. Mrs. Don Alford and sons, Jadgeat may bo ntr4 niralnat :
for the relief 4man44; In
Webb Brooks of Bunnell. Lee and Howie, Jacksonville, the you*< mplalnt.WITNtaw PARTIES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONSPHONE I.
visited here last week with my han4! and lh_
Seal of said court on Au..t 7.teoBOE 829-8498
and friends. Martin or
)Ir. and and Mrs. J. B. relatives A. n .fs..
Maszk have as their houseguest St mk. son of Mr. and Mrs. ( v Moo Y'
South of St
Augustine 4 miles
A. Clerk of MM tort on Hwy. 1
their niece. Miss Kathy Louis Steflik. returned homewith Mai

Fauntleroy of Silver Spring. the Alfords for several By Katherine I. Enwry At Moultrie-Sign on rightDBJC
r>*p ty Md. days visit t, li. IS aa4 }>. It*

By Al Zamfca -
OFOC 'I"O"BIIAMEIITLEAMfE teat 12 neee until -.t II
Meta open ...,. &*% Me
LEABEM liMIt for dew will be 12 wh
11 111Flagl.r
a irosaisston of two cia,* b...
Lisa ,......* Tsm N* 3 Iswttfc The daily I bag tot Virfsnisind
........, the OPCC is4 nwtw.nt sort rail to 2S. W....
-. flO ,.... 'L1rts+ws
November 9 and
SMSOII opens
N& 2 (W.*er Mstrfe a4 N*
doses Janwary 12 with a d4ly
i S (George Allen have tW
bag of 5 aM a total possession
let JHMHI pIHe HM with 46
of 10. Snipe season opens
1V poiwts.BISM. November 9 through December -
teams are competing :38 with a daily bag of 8
if the tournament and there and a total possession of 16.
are two week of pay remainfeff. -
M Legal shooting hews for
snipe woodcock, rail and
::I : New rrsldtnts at 0eMR gallinule' will be from one-

..., Palm we Mr. and MM. J+mTi half hour before sunrise to
I *' n0Ml l Palm> Springs, sunset Waterfowl hunting
Beach Pier CaN The Menets will be tot ducks geese and' coot will
markerei managers and operate Heprostep be announced later when estaMtsned -
Drum blues, Spanish
until their sin, HnN
by the U. S. Bureau
and whiting are beingeauignt
The wIrf4M are running hats, owner' arrives In Oe- of Sport Fisheries and WtMttfe. -
wry Urge In sise. The .
blurs and Spanish mackerel
have been In. but no Marie

The drum are In the S-6 Ib. OPENS OCTOBER 5 FILMED AT HANNAH'S
Florida hunters will have a A television commercial to
Little Greg Price l landed a
three-phase season for migratory be shown during "Shell Wonderful .
15 lb. cobkt. This is the second
cobta' taken off the pier dove hunting during the ., World of Golf, scheduled .
within the last few weeks. 1968.89 season, according toW for viewing In February,
E Copeland Chairman. filmed recently at Han
Mr. Swlger. Flagler Beach This large 31 pounds eight ounce Red Snapper boated by Game and Fresh Water Fish nah's Shell Service: Station
had a good catch of blues and Jerry Canterberry recently the
on a deep-sea fishing trip won Commission 1-995 and S. R. 40 at Ormend
Spanish mackerel' local angler first prize for the largest fish caught Canterherry The first phase will open Beach. Mrs. Hannah and her
Dirk Mosby as always gets size was fishing aboard theEnteorprlse" with a group of Flagler October 5 through November son James Robertson will appear
fish. Dick landed 3 good
wHk sh. Beach Lions Club members. 3. The second phase opens In the film.
November 16 and run throughDecember
(-o-) Hannah's station was selected
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp The sting ray's mouth is located takes in oxygen-bearing water 1. The third phase from all Shell Service
through spiracles on the will be December 14
on the underside of his open Stations in the south due to
upper sides of I Its head, ac 6.
Fishing from the camp body. To avoid breathing In through January outstanding appearance and
south of the Inlet has been sand and mud, the creature cording to Marineland of Shooting will be allowed merchandising.
productive. Mr. and Mrs. Florida.

Douglas, lax brought In 14
baas. Dr. Holllnsworth. from
Atlanta. Ca. brought In 3
good size bass while fishing
only one hour. Mr. Drlgger
Palatka who fishes out of the

camp each week, had good c@: Southern Bell
luck with 9 bass and over 40
Ibs. of drum. T. A. Eat man.
owner of the camp tells us
that the flounder are running
from the camp south to

around the fort. ..
Jock Grating's Fish Camp t

Fishing around Crescent ,. .
Beach In the canal has been
off. Jack tells us the other day
he noticed a lot of fishermen
along the beach fishing for
whiting using cane poles and
doing good with this outfit.
' Ha Fish 'I
?* Camp

Fishing at Blngs has picked
up. Still lot of fish being tak
en off the dock.
Bill Williams and C. N. Gib-
son lax landed 3 drum. 3
whiting and 10 plgfish.

Gerald Dekle, Green' Cove
Springs seemed to have had
the best luck this week with

6 drum. avg. 3 Ibs... 6 large
whiting 2 trout running about
3 Ibs. and about half dozen
croakers. Gerald Dekle also
landed a large bass off the
dock but lost it, guesses that
the bass would have been
ah9ut 15 Ibs.

M. L. Barnes, Rome Ca.
landed his first large fish
3e. lb. trout. Seems Mr. ?
Barnes after landing the trout

got pole.so nervous, he dropped his

The speed of a cloud or
a cloud system can be measured
within about three milesan
hour by weather photo
graphs from sattellites.


Wood pole-frame construe
ton( -the predominant structural
system for farm service
building*.-is aim utilized for
many beach-side homes particularly
those In areas which
may be exposed to hurri .

canes.A .
framework of pressure
treated wood poles Is embedded .
In soil or sand and the
house is built around their
upper extremities. Becauseof .

this elevation hurrlapa"'fIf'd Times have changed. You don't have to wait until 8 or 9 o'clock any more to get the low Long
tidal ean
beneath the waves home wHfc- Distance night rates. You can start calling at 7 p.m. And call anywhere in the continental
out pass striking It directly. United States (except Alaska) for a $1 or less? plus tax. When you do you'll see how much
easier it Is to get your calls through before the big rush around 8 or 9.
Most pressure treated polesIn And chances are,you'll never wait again.
the United' States are of
Southern Pine because of its -rat*ClIO," ft for a :3-m..iut lIat io rtoU lofl cadFISHING

strength and raster treatment


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Would like to Mar from dependable 7-THC >fUraUSI< TBOVKC T 9flL. AVOVffT lf+. 1-
person with car regarding -
HEALTH ifh 'N oetu Hy to soafyCMSVMMM SWfM-AK<fCAM sissss.11Aiwin.
CHURCH Wfck RwMffJ| tt+ Nisbet. p..aidst,
j duets In W. Ptoffter Co. or esadueted a helot buaMeassisn

(Tbs ...... of stases Is.diced NEWS .......... Write Rawleislt. twMt1 mernben 01 prt.r Ie title pes.sam
nd diVANMHEB ... .
by State Board ofI4sok1 \ Dept PLST4694IL MeapM.'hnn. .. ti e ftwtss-AHWfkw duto of f staging .
<) .. ,1.\ 3BMO. A... 15. ??. ftp. DtjrtMM Beasti Migrated the
-- aTHfc' tllwlalnd.peadence Day BMGAMt
Weekly Sermon BE A nJU.DETJ'E-EIII'ft at a pfenfc at Bvtow State Malaria Is still nmMiHi
I3S to $60 to agate time In .
Park reeentiy. an Important worW. .. disease -
Oliver F. .
I INSTRUMENT Terflor. Faster yew own neighborhood sellIng One member. Mrs. Duchu. but the State Beard of

OF TORTURE l1HUieU MttfcodUt Church well knew products. Ph. Daytona Be*.. was attirted Health says that it and Yellow
Dayton In native costume, which is Fever have been wlpedout
Fashion has aw.,. die LIVING FOR JESUS Aug. 8. 15. ftp only worn for festive occas of the United S+a+e*.

tated hew women will drew. New n'f'tIRf'fS.' $48.95. New
The plumed hat, sweeping are many things full-steed quttted' mattress ,
skirts and wasp like waists appeal to men in today's and box springs $69.30. Jet I

were Just as much In voguein be the world. Money attraction.seems to rys Furniture Old Dixie Hwy
1890 as are the miniskirts greatest 2 mi. S. Korena. Ph. U7.3572.
of today. Land power, pride, and passion Aug. 15. Itc after you see
also seem to attract the _
But unlike modern fashions.
public health officials had desires of men. However', thereis FOR RENT-Small furnished your doctor. .
misgivings about the a happy medium In regardto cottage, couple only. Call 439-
some our relation with the above. 2156 before 9:00: .. m. 8.15.2te If' bring yourprescription
clothes that women were
No man can love of these
i some 70 or 80 years ago. Theplumes any FOR SALE-Assorted household
more than God and be a to
on their hats were furniture. 208 LambertSt.
,I stripped from wild birds Flagler Beach Ph. 439-2524
These are troubled times.
slaughtered by the miiHens Aug. 15. lie M"s
Tempers run high. We are a tj
on behalf of fashion. The divided people in America. To WANTED-Names for Worn + ..a1

trailing skirts swept throughthe live for Jesus In today's worldis an's Club 1969 Birthday Cat fThILtq .
dust and carried dirt and no simple task. The bombardment ertdar. Call Mrs. Jasper White
disease! into stores and homes. 439-2153. Collection de Professional Bldg.BINGO .
of society with war, upon
But above all the most unhealthy Aug. 15 1
poverty social unrest political livery._ tp.
fashion the hourglass
maneuvering, and loose morale .
created by that FOR RE."IT-Fumlshtd 1 bedroom
has created an explosive --
of torture"thpronet. apartment
"instrument position. The church by its
$38.00 monthly Includes water
This of womanly -
own nature has to confrontmen and garbage fees. Call 437
apparel was drawn so in relation to their soulsin 3304. Aug. 15. Itc. 8:00 P. M
the breathing
tight as to constrict midst of this turmoil. This _
of the wearer andcrowd is no mean task but Involves HOUSE FOR SALE-3 bedrooms
together her internalorgans. everything from the extremesof refrigerator and range, FREE REFRESHMENTS
conservatism to liberalism.The $5,500: terms. One mile east
Little was known about Holy Scriptures tell us of Bunnell on Hwy. 100. Call TONIGHT (Thursday)

good health practices in the that we can live for Jesus 437-3952._Aug. 15. Itp. FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALLSPONSORED
1890s. People laughed at the
even In troubled times. The
SINGER model 6& BY-
theory that disease could key to the problem is Christian and buttonholerIn
carried by bacteria and weren't mi love. I beg the questionwith nice zig-zag cabinet 5 payments at Disabled American VeteransJim
Such creatures .
Have really tried
you. you
$8.98 or $42.76 cash. For more
believed to exist since theywere Boo Chapter No. 86
to live for Jesus "In this Information write Service Sewing
invisible. Women did the love of God was made
Center. Box DeLand
believe they
manifest among us, that John Florida 32720. Aug. 15 tic.
carry germs of disease in sent his Son Into the world.. .
their clothes from house to so: that we might live through -- -

house! or sweep up germs in him." I John 4:19.:
the dust of the streets on their
trailing skirts. Patients cooperated
(more or less) with
physlans and practitioners of ENJOYS SUPPER Be comfort-cool on hottest days withreversecycle
the healing arts but they did The Dorcas Class of the

little to fight disease! or to Bunnell Baptist Church enjoyed electric air
keep "disease! from their a covered dish supper at conditioning.
the church recreation hall
door. (Cozy v\armhhwna+ is extra bonus1))
They opposed with their Monday evening. Guests Included your

influence the erection of hospitals Leigh Crazier guest
for Infectious diseases Bible teacher from Miami and

and Impeded the efforts of Alan Celoria. guest" recre-' ,,
medical officers and Inspector lion director from Stetson and
of meats and food. members families. Mrs. Webb
of Brooks Is Dorcas Class teacher.
The Florida State Board
Health, which was created in
1889 made every effort to Interest
Floridians In thf'lrn ST. THOMAS S. S. t

health the health of their CLASSES RESUMED

neighbors and the commun Primary Sunday School _.--rj

ity. As good citizens they classes at St. Thomas Episcopal 4
were asked not to build cesspools Church will be held each

or privies under a Sunday morning 10-11 a. m.
neighbor's bedroom windowto The classes are under the direction a
poison the atmosphere, nor of Mrs. Thomas Mab-
conceal a case of measles or ley
whooping cough which could
endanger the health of themselves

and their neighbors.Just CLASSIFIED iADVERTISING
as they campaigned against -
the corset, health officials
prrmoted good sanitary :

practices. This meant clean l 11 ,
food and safe water supply.
dry cellars, plenty of fresh air
and proper disinfection of
sick rooms. SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain

Even as late as the IKWs fields Installed; Rota-Roter
people thought of epidemicsas snail shelL Reasonable prices.
a "visitation of Providence"and Call George Jarosz. 437-3410

that there was nothing 8-1-U

they could do to avoid them. TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY- r

Health officials knew that"providence" Let us help beautify Flagler _

usually visited County. Large.variety of evergreens
the unclean with pestilence palms, hedge' plants.
much oftener than It did the 54 miles S of Bunnell on
scrupulously clean. People U. 3.1. Feb. 15-tfc Compact tN purpose REVERSE-CYCLE units switch from coolingto

who tolerated dangerous nuisances heating with fingertip control.This modern electric miracle Is so
such as cesspools unsanitary FOR SALE. Rent or Lease
cellars containing decaying 2 bedroom. Florida room year-round right for Florida living.

vegetables and fruits beach house with carport. Ph. Uncomfortable humidity is banished. Dirt and pollen are filtered out
the Mar. 7-TFC
and stables too near 437-3472.
house, too often had to pay Dusting is less frequent Your home stays cleaner quieter. Your family is

the penalty with and typhoid other filth fever FOR, corner SALE of-Four Flagler adjoininglots Avenue '\ healthier and happier as you say goodbye to hot weather fatigue and tension.

diseases. and 6th St., Flagler Beach. Summer and winter. .what's your family's comfort worth? ,
Call Mrs. Margaret
$3500. :
Health Today does the not State have Board to concern Given. Tel. 439-2035. 7.25-4tc Prices are now the lowest ever. Don't wait See your appliance dealeror

Itself! with women's fashions FOR SALE-3 German Shepherds air conditioning contractor today.

and Instruments of tor six weeks old-wormed -
ture. CommunicabledbP.St'S -needs good home, $20.00. y
are mostly under control but 8.15.1tc
Phone 4373813.
health problems
are to take their place. Mete a del break with the past-Graduate to FLAMUfSS ELECTRIC

These Include problems of has always used educational electric reverse-cyde condrtioning. ...1(,ches'PM.tool

chronic diseases! (heart cancer methods to promote good

diabetes), and eviron- health for Floridians health n.riT. ,..e.-.. HIM..-. itgtiifI
mental health (sewage and education Is neerted more
Industrial waste disposal and than ever because of the vast
water and air pollution). amount of medical and scientific
While the health agency Information available.




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$ f..8R ,.I'FOM' RSOiLATII1MtdEXTE10BfD CvnA MAMPC 91* ...... > .4 ...11.... CMOm Sue oiliwa/er. M1IO4o4 a regional
ar at J. B. Mask of Bunnatt.paaaaal AbWIt. Mae G4a,.,. rUfleraacti. eil meeting .M aAt*
awa> July 3e at OrfN ; 9Mrt.r U. BtaavtlMm la.iu lost .....
If yaw ae planning to tavaiat frank Dakotanianal ........ Lewis Rttalgiel.
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Fl> r QMMtya hlm-1I'
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f 11erM.rts Mary Rat+Mfe Ift kfl Mi faM4 for live yews M. war.DISMIISOED .
; ikMnv4le attending the aaad. .t two. This la the .,. TIRE ALARM Holly I wink to PRank the enure
: Mary Cailina.Julia staff of Bunneil General Ha-
Plerida State MM. of Roper- fctatve date of new federal. ANSWEREDThe Loveiaee. Melvin WaahInfton. fat the courteous and Iff.-
WIeN of BIcrtloM 3rd Annwa M>......na on paaaporta. ae- Bttftnell Volunteer Fire Ateiander Mf>'. &dent ff ftrrHV"* I r PffWTVWwWIe
Convention August 104.1'7. cording v& A letter JPCWrV Q ftydreuk Deft answered an alarm at Clifford Doden. Buddy Bar a patient there.I .
an Bapanola home Sunday Few. Elizabeth SoH... Harold
i Honorable Charge E. Ben Oeurt Clerk George night.. The fire had been exUnguiahed Lee. Ruth Stoke. Leslie Pa urge every resident. ofFtafler
Mtt. Meter of Corgess.. MeMy. when the Bremen eke Jack Abbott Joseph Clif Ceunty to patrentee
J I House of Representatives 3rd The amended law increases arrived en the scene The fifeoriginated ten Woodrow Walden Mabel 1 our local hotfHal. It .U an asset -
I Congreaalonal Wtriet. Is one in the ceiling of Ward. Elizabeth Tld"'ell', She. to Flag ler County.
I of the keynote speakers' anti the price of passports from the kkehen according to Fire Ua GUyard. Alice Thacker
Otis & Hunter
$11.50 to $1130 aakL
i i ed to address the wP Yf). Moody .. Chief Roger Edwards. Clifton Webb and Earl Baker


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