The Flagler tribune

Material Information

The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 12, 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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. This item may be protected by copyright but is made available here under a claim of fair use (17 U.S.C. §107) for non-profit research and educational purposes. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
001024369 ( ALEPH )
33425664 ( OCLC )
AFA6237 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047251 ( LCCN )

Related Items

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


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
..l. _I" ... ..-- !
.. II
-. _._
,- .. '-''''''''-'- 6.,

'. .Yo44tp.. t, I

at F. Li brad

J.alne..l11e, Plordla I

32601 SKY L'': RY I ff

f r i I i

mlt 1t1iijil ribmar::




FOR TUESDAYThe MembershipDrive

STATE ATTORNEY Flakier County School Nears End '

Anthony I. Crk State At. Board met Tuesday on routine The Flagler County Chamber i
torney. U pleased to announcethe matters as a fellow.up of the p a of Commerce Membership i I
opening of a new school term. !
addition of a. Special Investigator r Committee has set Wednesday
to the Staff of the All members were present
18 as the tentative
Mrs. Laura McDaniel and Mrs.
State Attorney Office. deadline for renewing mem "
Laura Taylor were present to
Michael G. COok has had bership. Members must have
the PTA. Also,
represent pres.
24 yean experience In law their dues paid on or before
ent as listener was Mrs. Katherine -
enforcement work with the the deadline to be eligible to 1
Wilson of Flagler Beach.
Daytona Beach police Department cast votes In the upcoming
He had the initiative to Superintendent James Craig election for Board of Directors.
attend the Daytona Beach that he had prices Only those who have paid

Junior College, while being to 1)m two companies to furnish 1968.69 memberships re 1

employed and baa taken law .. trie typewriters for Bun. celve ballots. Membershipscan ,
oriented course In police administration "ell High School lie asked be renewed after the
criminal law the Board how they desired deadline and new memberswill 1 I
procedures criminal Investigation him to handle the purchase.He / be accepted after this

criminology, and other was advised to follow the date a spokesman said.
legal requirements of obtaining More than 100 fecal youngsters turned out for the Bunnell
college courses. bids even though there Lions Club Fishing Tournament Saturday morning at Lake Lu The committee reports more
He graduated with an As. than one-third of the memberships
was a time element Involved. cille. Prize winners pictured are I to r. 7 to 8 year group Tina
sociate of Science Degree in have been renewed.
The Board requested the Allen smallest flab caught; Earl Brttt Black biggest and most The committee hopes to ex
MICHAEL G COOt superintendent to obtain bids fish; 9-12 age group Charles Pellker 2nd. smallest Gary Harris need the 1968-69 membership
for custodial supplies used In second most and Kelvin) Crouch fourth most fish caught quota.
all schools. Until recent years .
this has been a standard polIcy WINNERS DISPLAY CATCHES AND PRIZESFishing All persons merchants are asked and Interested to Join
of the Board.
now and support the chamber
It was agreed to purchase In promoting Flagler County.
a new mower to be attached
tractor for cost of $649.
r The old mower would be ad BUNNELL POLICE

remised for sale. FORCE RESIGNSThe
The Board approved purchase
of a new cook range for City of Bunnell U with.
t the Flagler Beach School. The out a police fore Herbert An
demon city night policeman'
oven on the old stove was defective
and reported to be not resigned his post Friday. An.derson .

worthy of repair.Courtlandt verbally notified Mayor
Belton. music Eisenbach Friday of his .
teacher of Bunnell Elementary J resignation effective that '

No. 2 was assigned to teach date. Ills reason for resigningwas '
one or two periods of public "accepted:' another job", j'

.-.- 8dtooI.,,music and chorus at according y* ,the mayor. The .
Bimnefl High School. city employ/ Police' Chief ti
Charles C Butler Industrial and a policeman and both resigned i

Law Enforcement with an arts teacher at Bunnell Elementary last week. Police
overall average of 2.65. His No. 2 was assigned Chief Edwin Pelllcer submit 1
Instructors at the college and to teach Industrial arts at ted his resignation to the

the officers at the Daytona Bunnell High School to those winners, 1 to r. Tab Whltaker with most fish wona commissioners last week.
Beach Police Department havea 7th and 8th grade boys who Mayor Eisenbach stated the
rod and reel; Rob Cowart. biggest fish caught won a radio;
very high regard for this elected to take the course. The city Is not without police protection *
Cliff Sheffield smallest Ash received a flashlight; and Teddy
police officer. class would be limited to 15 as the County SheriffsDepartment
students.An Anders took third place for most ash and won a fishing plug. is providing day
Mr. Cook Is 23 of ,
married to the former years Trudie age additional maid was authorized Merchants donating:prizes were Flagler Hardware, Dunn's Hard and night deputies until a police

)Massle and the father of two to be hired at Bun ware Atlantic Hardware and Supply Tucker's Grocery, Bran force 1s hired. The city
children. He has been a rest nell Elementary School No. 2 names Food Store and Metis Thriftway. commission will review applications

dent of Daytona Beach Florida to assist In the cleaning of .. for policemen at their

,, for the past four years the school. RESIDENTIALAREA meeting Monday night
prior thereto he resided at Larry Hull Flagler Beach. Glison Urg'esCareful REZONEDThe
was appointed as custodian at FARM BUREAU
, Bunnell for fourteen years
where his parent Mr. and Flagler Beach School. lie Is Study Flagler Beach City Com
Mrs. Robert Cook reside. a student at Daytona Beach mission unanimously approved LOOKS FORTALENT
Junior College. It was point' Of rezoning five lots In Fu-
He is a gradual of Bunnell
ed out that Hull would be at quay Subdivision from residential
High School. school about half of each proposed nevi constitution to commercial following Flagler County Farm Bu
Mr. Cook will primarily day. However, this being the to be voted upcfri November a public hearing at Thurs reau Is again looking for talented
function on behalf of the only application on file It 5th Is an Important: document day nights meeting.A youngsters this year to
State Attorney's Office in Vo- was accepted.The which is being overlooked petition containing 18lamf'S compete In a local Talent
lusla County working closely Board devoted considerable due to Interest ih the national of citizens protesting Find Contest during the An.
with Assistant State Attorney time to discussion of and state :elections. the rezoning was presented to nual meeting sometime In
John W. Tanner In the prosecution problems faced with Health, Each Individual needs to give the commission at the hear. October. Winner of this con
of cases In the Felony Welfare and Education Department the proposed' new constitution test will represent Flagler
Court of Record. Mr Cook will of the Federal Government careful study before voting rezoning was requestedby County during the State Farm
likewise function a* the coord relative to future Integration upon It In November. This Joe Cramp motel owner Bureau Convention in Daytona -
inator between the state At.tomey's plans. was the caution expressed by and R. B. Phlpps property Beach on October 27. .
Office and the various The Superintendent reported Dr. Jim Gllsson. gust speaker owner. To be eligible a contestant
police departments throughout that the Board will receive Monday night at the Flag In other business the commissioners must be the son or daughter
VolusU County and the Seventh federal monies on a day to I let Beach Lions Club meet- : or a Farm Bureau member

Judicial Circuit. day basis pending final disposition Ing. Glisson, Republican) candidate Adopted an ordinance prohibiting of age, married or
of their appeal to the for the Florida Houseof parking Block 8 at single.
cut-off of funds last spring. Representatives Urd district the city park.Adopted .
WILLIAMSVISITS Information from State Department continued by saying the a resolution extending BUNNELL LODGE !
of Education HEW new document will :undoubtedly water mains on Ocean
FLAGLER In Washington and national have tremendous vote Palm Drive. Instructed the PLANS PASTMASTERS
press has not been consistentand heavily clerk to advertise for bids for
in the
Jim Williams Ocala Dem- appeal populated
leaves the situation un materials for the water exten
ocratlc nominee for State Sen counties. lie pointed out
ate was a visitor In Flagler clear. that while the revised gasoline sion. Worshipful Master George
Beach Sunday where he attended Superintendent Craig point. tax distribution system Took no action on bids sub English of Bunnell Lodge No.
the Lions Club Fish ed out that the May 19G8 decision will aid these counties small mitted for sprinkling systemat 200 announced that Past Masters
of the Supreme Court the city park. Bids openedwere Night would be held
Fry. Friday he visited with rural counties will lose reve ,
friends In Bunnell and Flag- had Invalidated the freedom nues. The new provisions for Truitt $ IO.2S and Bear Tuesday September 17th at
let Beach. of choice" system under which the post of Lt Governor according Well Co., 51,200.00.Approved the Masonic Temple In Bun
schools were Integrated and to Dr. Glisten will revising the city nelL
requires total desegregation.Since give the t/opulous* counties map at the cost of 22500. English said that the Lodge
TIDE TABLETides Bunnell Elementary leverage In teaming' up a Agreed to pay $33. registration would be opened at '.:30 p. m.
for September 12-11 School No. 2 is totally segre r.onor-Lt. Governor team fee for Mayor Herb Fuller An official visit would be
IIIGII LOW gated. Flagler County Is not to draw votes from;their respective to attend Convention of made by District Deputy
In compliance with the law. << populous Mlntles.Jon Florida League of Municipal Grand Master Leonard B.
Day A.L P')1. A bL P'L Ed. Note: Within the next ities. Steele. Past masters will put
12 11:5-1 11:59 5:12 5:51 month the School Board must Keene Gurne? expressed Voted to grant free ad- on the master's degree.A .
13 12:00: 12:42 5s. 6:19: make some Important decisions appreciation for the community mission to the city's municipal barbecue supper will be
U 12-18: 1::>> GU 7tS relative to future Int cra. support during theclub's pier to volunteer firemen. served between first and see-
IS 1:0&8 2:30 7:42 8:51 tlon. Next week the editorialof Labor Day Fish Fry. A Also approved replacing floor and section of the masters degree.
16 2-18 3:30 8:48 9$1: The Flagler Tribune will tentative report Indicated ap
tile at a cost of $558.48 for material Sam Broadaway will prepare .
11 3:51 4:30 9:43: 10:43IS : point out the dilemma facing proximately $500 was netted and $7G&52 to lay the barbecued chicken and
5:51 5:18 10-18 11:3) the School Board. from the event., tile at Pier Restaurant ribs.


Irk. IrHwwrM .-.-...\01-.,....s, ...... ..... s...,.., 2-THE FLAOLER THIBOWE TIHH*, XrTBMMft It.CHOICE M6I
,1 IJ1.11\rr\
< .
W'IF' .
e.4fiN1f? s 041 t tie wt.rf
CORP RATED"LOHIBA .*.. i l J1........ ........ ....,
NU U'L' Aet w.... L 1tH..J .
M ..rJe4EN Lean Western "Ceeter Cut".cw
A. cta ee 1,. ,.. e..F
..$.,. ..d ..........r 0.. \.A. r"tar1& 'N
,, .I. y.. ,.... Pork Chops

O\'h .....". c..e,
......_,.. _.......* t..11 iw .... "...
......1 .....rt,.l.* j
./__ *

EDITORIAL .. Ib. 69 ;


A year ago Me ceni tently heard l about delinquent account receivable damaging thetr/buil--
nesses. Customers would come Into their places of business,
purchase merchandise on the promise to bay later and then lb. 4S
"forget" to pay.
This not only hurt the hard pres4 merchant who could
not collect his delinquent accounts; but, it, also hurt the rest U. S. D. A. ChokeCHUCK
of the paying customers in two ways.

First. the merchant had to Increase tAles prices to try to STEAK 5O
recoup his losses. Second he often had to deny credit to.good
customers because of the difficult credit customers or becauseof .
cash shortage.
Off hand we might say that If a Merchant sells on credithe
just has to face the music on the bd account !But In a
small sales area such as Flagler County the merchant is at a <
considerable disadvantage on credit sale PICNICS Ib. 37

First, he does not have a credit bUtfail he can check with
before approving an account Second hft 4o** not have the time
or opportunity to check with" the bank \i> &e if there Is an account
or even another merchant to flnQ oft If the customer Is .
a good potential payer. Lyke'. "Sucar Creek" SLICED Lyke's " Creek"

Third In a small town it is difficult to refuse a charge account
to one customers and approve aWthtf. The refuted'cus.
tomer can find out become angry and possibly harm'the"bus' 1
!Hess or sales. f I 580
Cello Pkr. Cello Pkr. .(7'"
The local merchant does not have he collection facilities ." ...iJ.
or the bookkeeping services! of a large department store.the Fresh Florida Grade MAJf D & D ((2 /42t) lb. AY*.: CUZ'TO ORDER
cannot afford to hire a collector an attrt\ef. or toftake time
from his work to go out collecting. '

Many retail businesses have been luined by uncollected 31WESTERN
credit sales. We know of more than one 'local I business that has
had to close up or sell out because he hAd aA much on the books .
that he ran out of operating money.

The profit of many merchants Is no tftha.n the discounts
he earns by paying his own bills on tiitjA When he cannot collect
he. in turn, cannot pay. One merchant recently told us he I BEEF LIVER I Ib. 48*
has to borrow money to cover his uncolifctNi accounts In orderto -SELECT I
pay his bills and earn his discounts. .

Happily this situation is now char) lrtt. Retail merchantstell
us they no longer have the'fear of /*edit tale they had a Van Camp'a No. 300 Can
year ago. They now have the support of: the effective hand of r K BEANS 2 For OIL
the law. AND CanCR1SCO

The small claims judge has courageously handled these Del Monte No. 303
cases In an efficient and judicious manb,r. The docket of casesIs 24 oz.
being delays.In handled. In a fair manner to both' !Aide without unnecessary PEACHES 3 For 69C BottleKraft's l 29''

fact It is coming to the point that while many cases are SALAD DRESSING Qt. Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
filed very few actually go to trial. The Merchant knows that if *-
his case is not sound the judge will not brQ0ecute. And the defendant
knows that If he Is guilty the Jrid&e will prosecute regardless
Martha White
of who is involved "
So most tAsfs are settled before
they come to triaLTht'refore QUICK GRITS C J Ib' 3ge Joe Cram's Grade "A"g ,

we are happy to rt"portJtat the credit situationis SMALLEGGS
much improved in Flagler County. 11\" IS a healthy situation (Plain or S.
for both the merchant and the custoftc, too. F u'Rte :ib'
Small Claims Judge Cora Buckles U a working judge and 10 d 89C
we compliment her for the effective at4 judicious manner in Dozen $ 3
which she performs her duties. ,

Not only is Judge Buckles effective In the courts, but, she "SUPER BLEACH"
gives of much of her time in civic d'4"t'#. She has been the
mainspring of the local American LegioA fot for many years. PUREX FROZEN FOODSS.r. -
She has held all the offices In the district and has worked at

state and national level. V Gal. Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 01. Size
Each week' she gives of her time \b personally address a Plastic Bottle i 9"
copy of The Flagler Tribune to each rn,,h in the military servo POUND CAKE Each 69C
Limit 1 with food order
ice. She tries to $5.00 or more
conscientiously Keep up'Mth the change of address
of each sen-Iceman. Gold KingHUSH 1 lb. Pkg.

Judge Buckles has "a thing golnaOO11 respect for our FRESH PRODUCE *
flag. She "goads" merchants Into displaying: the flag on national PUPPIES 25C
holidays. She encourages schools to fly the flag: She raises cain 4 lb. Cello Bag
when the public places fall to observe l A>pW flag etiquette.So .

again, we say hats off to Judge Coca Buckles. APPLESCalifornia E"- 49c CHEERLEMONS


DZ39 cfc KING SIZE 99'


GRAPES Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
City of Bunnell, FloddA willl receive .

written applications for the po&itionj of police

man and police chief until 4:30: p. m., Monday,

September 16, 1968. Names, addresses<< tele-
phone numbers and qualification of applicants

must be included.

Applicants must be at least twenty-one FOOD
(21) years of age, a high school graduate, and pi"1"

P. O. Box 756 3:00 a-nv-1x00 p.m.

Quantity Right Reserved Price. Good September 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, 1968

toy or a damning pronouncement Baptist Monday night 3-
The life meeting at hI' home of ---- "
to anyone spanof at a
i I man has approximatelydoubled Mrs U H. Church nor my father ever worked under band's earnings record.' Ask
In year state the Other eaens ekti1e1 ware: axial stcurtty. However your aunt to contact tto* soda -
time of Christ but still all Mrs. C. B. RIng. vice ...... site wr receiving $40 moatMy security oajsce M psssoji
dent MM. O F fawn MMial security because ar by telephone isssMvssssiy.
NEWS r.c.tlw reality that the ; Alford, see .
1 length of earthly Mr as we niaa': Mta. Church treasttr.r fee ws IS years old or ..,. We will be dad s. hey ..*..
know it to trivtai timgini Meternity. ; aM Shy. Raymond Bah.Canis Will s*.. seeurhy pay any Q. My husband died S yeas
human boast desires aril of fee tafia expenses a** I will be ft years old
Weekly Sermon fuMlfcSttft which CM dI....... A. MkTm sorry to report. ...... I am still working, but
never be ovtalifcsd .N'MMWI, Also attending ttIrr A Bsssf sun death payment I earn only $135 a SMowtti.WouM .
BT. Oliver F. Tarter. Vasts therefore It hi nosasaef to were Mss lieu M ts **.. only If the person It be to my advsjatefeto
Buaa.U First Baited have a faith which limbs us R. E4w.nta, Met L. had w..fc.4 enough to be Intender quit work In order to re-
McthodUt: churchREVELATION with the eternal. alter, Mrs. A. A. W social' security. evtve social security ben 4hta?
.J In troubled. time* the tartyChristtasw HMI H iMV iMWHByENTECOSTAL ; was required to quale A. You do not have te quit
found oWotaVten CHH1VCVXVAL %> special sge 72 ben- work to get social security

# God has'MJ.ed Mmsetf In God who is eternal. We,too, SERVTCtSVBvanfitst ehHhL Cheeks are payable
1 to man in many ways. The are faced with the queglen '"" father was reeeivsecurHy every month if your earningsduring
' feet that we are not Immertal of whether or not our-.ajfh Is, Mrs. Bertha d benefits the year are $1.680! or
is a sure sign of our mortality in God110 .Is eternal. "I apt Kiln Ocala, is conducting e" bth until his. death on less. Widows may reeeive' reduced
The Book of Revelation the Alpha and the Omega, revival services at the Prate- U y of last month retirement' benefits as
was written to a croup of the first and the last the be. costal Heltaess. Church In His came three, days early. age 60. I suggest that !
early Christians who were glnni' Land the end." Revel. Btmneil later 1 Q4I' returned It to so- you file an appHoatton
, under severe persecution even flan 2/03. Services are held nightly at dal luty. Should my fath promptly.
unto death. Few of us havea .j 7:45 p. in.Special er's estate be paid at least
fear of the encroachment of MRS..KENDALLELECTED music will be provided part of l last month's check? SHRINE DINNER
death because our lives are each ntfttt. The publicIs
t DORCAS Invtted. A. No. No social security TONIGHT AT 7tM
filled with material things
ESfbENT check or partial payment can
The Flagler County Shrine
and activity. be paid far the first month of s
r The Bible Is a book which Mrs George Kendall was entitlement of benefits even Club will meet at the Masonic I
reflects the estrangement of elected ;president of the Dor Social Securit" though the person's birthday Hall Bunnell, tonight at 7:30 r
/ man. with Cod It can be a cas Class of the Bunnell First I Is the last day of the month.In for their regular dlnner-mect-
.. NE2WSQ. check is Inc, according to John Rice.
f' --- ----- all cases a full .
paid for the first month and Secretary.All

Flagler County Insurance My wife, who was the no check is payable for the attend members are remindedto
mother of two small children for the first month and no
check is payable for the
t died two years ago. The only
month In which death occurs.Q. .
Inc.All payment I received from social CARD OP THANES
Agency, security was a lump sum My 32 year old aunt is a
i We are sincerely grateful to
death Are
payment my child
widow who is so ill she is notable
Forms of Insurance ren. ages 6 and 8 years, eligible to work. She received social our friends and neighbors for
for monthly social security security benefits until her their many acts of kindnessand
305 East Moody Bh.d.a aPhone 437-3171 payments? youngest child became age expressions of sympathy

Bunnell, Florida 32010 A. Yes. sir! Please file an 18. She has never worked un during our recent bereavement
application as soon as you der social security. Isn't it un
LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSafter can. A recent' change in the fair for her to wait 8 more We desire to express our
law provides for chllren's years to qualify for widow's appreciation to the doctors
benefits on their mother's retirement benefits? and hospital staff for their
earnings whether or not the kindnesses during Mr. Land's
father's earnings were the A. Beginning with Febru Illness.
1968, disabled widows between .
main of
source support Our appreciation cannot be
the ages of 50 and 60
Q. Recently my mother diedat may get monthly social security adequately expressed.
you see, ten age of 73. Neither she benefits on their hus Ullle Land and Family

your doctor. % -

(( bring yourprescription

I to Get 50% more food space

i ...and no defrosting ever

..h a new electric refrigerator-freezer

t' "
i Profntbnol61d9.


me B.MSTfAOO CD) ,.


H. CRAIG Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO. Manager t.
e '
( :. i'U i-" :
I LADY I ... .

Phone ID 7-3532




Bulldozer-Dump Trucks- ,


DURRANCET. ? a.w...wi....


Flatter Beach-Tel. 439.2471

No more messy defrosting for Blondie. Never again I

And plenty of shelf room for Oagwood's sandwiches and for fresh

When you and frozen food "specials".

Modern No.Frost refrigerator freezers are 50% bigger inside.

MEANS ,r GEORGE yet fit in the same kitchen space as your old refrigerator.

Spacious freezer compartments lock in food flavors and vitamins.
*iu, And never a shortage of ice cubes.
r i .
us 4i.
W Pay '"tag* loth Ways See the many new models and colors (separate home freezers; too)

Use MF "SaveByMailService ..-. 'q1.'' '*,. ','attractively. low-priced now at your appliance dealer. 3

..fI..4rt/Lea r1..1 n1 r-........Y..raw/ .:- ,.
.... ..... '11.
::0= .. '. I ',. .
.. ,
:EI d s, u f rVtIaa+ dmtmk t Gzrint FIAMEUSS TRICiY1
.-.., : l ; <3t3 ..Jfs cheaper,toolCHUICH
; L.
F: war arK4 E" 9Ct1 iC l10+frost t9(l a'to."rI36T8G

230 N. Oise a reads a trier essrasr.MM.
SIANCM Ofridi** *d x tl H.W UI.S!.1 M1 SMM*


1j j


MISS LYNN ORBM, MR.- A."fO- MRS. ERICK Kl'LESKI The Ftajst e.eay yoesh

MARRIED IN OHIO Assess Chtt wWI eeet sA6ee.s

for Ute tMvtof year at 7:39
Ow' Lady If Cedars ef Le,
p. m. FrWe)'. Sea* My
LLU.m CMrdI. AktM. Ohio.vws P_ IHeta Metho4MtCeh
ttw setttnc tar the w dC Feitow. .Mt> Hall. I
Lynn Ellen Own M
tiMe Only members are ettfiMet
Edward Ahwajer After a re
participate in the vexing. I
eeptfen at the Knifffct of Cotomfctts -
Anyone who Is not a
HH. the eeufte left te asked for a honeymoon in Fteeport, election for {
to the ,
Grand Bahama ....fHI. -j prier

On their return' they will reWe ,$; I membership.! .

bride Is a graduate of Bunnetl -
High School and Florida THE BEACH i

College of Medical Technology. Bunnell High School Cheerleaders \

The groom U a graduateof are sponsoring a CarWash I
Akron University.The IlL Saturday 9:30 a. m. until

bride Is the daughter of 2 p. m. at Wood/s Sinclair

Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Orem Service Station at Flagler !

former Bunnell resident now Beach.
living in Akron. Ohio and the ____ ktf' For pickup and delivery of i

groom is the son of Mrs. May cars phone 4399294.Proceeds I

Ahwa r. also of Akron. from the wash (

Mrs. Wendell Beane of will, be used to purchase uni f
Stow was matron of honor for forms for the cheerleaders.IN .
her sister and bridesmaidswere

Betty Kortze. Mrs. Lane HOSPITAL ;

Orem and Mrs. Gene Orem. g: Gordon Shields underwent
Sharon Beane was flower girl surgery at Halifax HospitalIn I I I
and Eddie Bala
for her aunt ] Daytona Beach Monday.

was ringbearer. His friends wish him a speedy I
Serving as best man was
Eddie Ellas. While guests k recovery
ushered by Floyd Azar AN w tv f YMX 1
Clarence and Lane Orem. I
Miss Gwen Brooks has returned

to Blue Mountain College
Blue Mountain Miss.
MARKS 83'ANNIVERSARY t h after spending the summer 'I

: vacation with her parents \
Mr. and Mrs. Webb Brooks
John Durance, pioneer Bunnell.
Flagler County citizen, celebrated Miss Brooks is a senior at

his 83rd birthday Sun. the college.

day, Sept 1 at a family dinner .
at his home, Bonn Terra Mrs. J. C. Hall Sr. left Thursday .

Farms North Highway A-1-A. for Cambridge Ohio for

Family members Joining several weeks visit with

Mr. and Mrs. Durrance for friends and relatives.
the affair were Mrs. Opal Belgrade Photo br Th o c. IUIn J

and daughter Norma MISS STANLEY.MR. U the Son of Mr .and Mrs. best man. Miss Gall Bowen of Los Angeles .

Jean and Miss Jlmmle Bolten.Orangeburg Barry K leskl, Flagler Beach. There was a reception afterward Calif arrived Mondayto

S. c.; Mr. and KULESKIEXCHANGE Tins bride given In marriageby In the church fellow spent a month at Flagler

Mrs. Buck Durrance and her father wore a white ship halL Assisting Mrs. Kirk Beach visiting with her .

grandchildren Butch Wayne VOWSMiss atre t length A-llne princess Newbold at the reception were Mrs. Bradford Bowen.

and Kim Anderson of Espanola Vivian Lea Stanleyand crepe dress with a bateau Misses Patti Keeny, Susan

; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bpi- Erick S. Kuleskl exchanged neckline and three quarter Posey. and Linda Lou Main. Former Bunnell residentsMr.

vey and son Dale, Miami, Mrs. wedding vows Sat lehfth accordion pleated bell Miss Debbie Watts kept the and Mrs. Walter Edmonson -

Nina Splvey, Mrs Charlotte urday August 3\j In .the Howe ..If'ot'U shoulder length brides book and Mrs. Arthur of California' are,visitingIn
Hayes and sons Jimmy, Don. Memorial Methodist Churchat Illusion veil was attached to Slate assisted In the receiving Bunnell with his brother

aid and Ronald Mr. and Mrs. Crescent City. The Rev. D. a cton of matching fabric and sister In law. Sheriff and

John Dodgen and sons Joey L. Floyd performed the doub- and she carried a bouquet oforclrlds line.The couple will be at home Mrs. P A. Edmonson.Mr. .

and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. David ble ring ceremony. and roses. in Flagler Beach after a wedding

Splvey and Michael. Mr. and The bride Is the daughter If.* Mark Webb was matron trip. Mr. Kuleskl Is employed and Mrs. Louis Ore have

Mrs. G. D. Woods Mrs. Pansy of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stanley of honor for her sister by the Flagler Beach returned to their Flagler

Jones Bill Durrance and Cus- Crescent City and the groom Eugene carter. Palatka was Post Office. Beach home after spendingsix
ter Durance all of Bunnell; weeks In Cleveland. Ohio
and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dur 1. tftTTS HONOREDAT IOME FOR VISIT visiting relatives.
rance and Rebecca and Leona FIFTIETH
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Durrance of ANNIVERSARYMr. fclNNCR PARTY Faye Durance returned to

Flagler Beach. Mt. Mrs. Carlton Johnttori Atlanta, Georgia Monday, After visiting In Pennsylvania
and Mrs. J. I. Sheffield where" she is employed with and Michigan for three
hosts at a family
ROME FROM VACATIONMrs. celebrated their fiftieth anniversary Kere the Telephone Company, after months Mr and Mrs. Dick
dinner party Sunday at thf'lrhol'f'l
with a reception at visiting at home a week. Rielius are at home at Flag
*. Hwy. 100. Bunnell honoring
Edgar Fraser and their home In Lake Como let Beach
their son. Johnny Metts.
children Jaml Derek and Florida Sunday. Over
seventy- \ho returned home Saturday Attorney and Mrs. RichardL.
Janet have returned to their five friends and relatives fromGeorgia front Vietnam.lie Shaw and son Kevin of BEACH RESIDENTS

home at Painters Hill after and Florida called has been dischar Phoenix Arizona spent Labor IN HOSPITAL

pending the summer vacationing during the afteroon. after serving four years in u +. Day weekend at Lake Disston Gilbert Krier of Flagier

In Vermont Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield lived US Air Force.Joining visiting his parents,. Attorneyand Beach underwent eye surgeryat
On their trip they visited In Flagler County for thirty- Mrs. Leland B. Shaw. Halifax Hospital Wednesday
the and
friends and relatives In Connecticut four years. For the past five morning.
** for the gala event were
Virginia and New years they have resided in Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwardswere
11 :Metis and sons Davey
York. Jacksonville and Lake Como. In Macclenny last week Charles Donahue Is a patient .
and Sfacey Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Their children who where at Halifax hospital Day
participated Baker and daughters, Debbie they attended Mrs. Edwards I
FLACLCB NURSING In the reception were and class reunion.Mr. tona Beach.BIRTHDAY. .
and Ronnie Johnston, Mr.
Miss Hilda Sheffield St. Petersburg .
COUNCIL TO MEET Mr* Devrayne Metts and !
)Irs. Johnnie Mae and CELEBRATION
; children, all of Bunnell. and Mrs. Luther Davis
The first meeting' of the Roughton. Gainesville; Cliff Larry Henderson of Holly Hill.Mrs. of Columbus Ga. were recent Marvin Clegg celebrated his I
year for the Flagler Nursing Sheffield Bunnell; and Aubrey visitors at Flagler Beach with fifteenth birthday Thursday I

Council will be Thursday, Sheffield. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. AI Jones and evening at a family party. I
Sept 19 at 9:30 a. m. at the Another IOn J. I. who works Julia Clegg 1s a patient Mrs. Julia Harvey. About fifteen attended the I

Bunnell First United Metho- out of Orlando, could not at at Ormond Beach Hospital celebration at the Clegg homeat

dlst Church. tend. where she underwentfoot Mrs. Evelyn White has returned Haw Creek. ,

Mrs. Bernie Wilson will preside iiirgery Wednesday. to her home In Bun.

at the meeting. LUNCHEON AT nell after spending a weekat DAVID CLECG ti
%Jr. and Mrs. Thomas Roman IS THIRTEEN I
Holly Hill S. C visiting
DELTA KAPPA GAMMA MILL TONKINS and family of Greenville her son and daughter In law David Clegg was honored :,
S. C. were weekend visitor Mr. on his thirteenth
WORKSHOP Mrs. Charles Tonkin was and Mrs. Joe White and anniversary
at the home of Mr. and children.Mr. with a party at his home at
Bunnell members attendingthe hostess at a luncheon last ).Irs. O. k. Herr In Bunnell. Haw Creek Sunday
Friday at her home at Flagler
Rho Delta Cam
Chapter, Beach. and Mrs. Paul Mercer Relatives Joined him for the
ma Kappa workshop at Sanford E1JAl82S>E celebration.
and children of
Holly Hill S.
Invikd .
guests were faculty
Saturday were Mrs. Fran.
4..D1AYtlflkl1EON C.
were weekend visitors In
mere. jaad assistants of
era Wadsworth. Mrs. Wllda Bunnell. FUNERAL SERVICE
Hargett, Mrs. Hazel Holland PlNr $each Elementary '
kbo L Mrs. )dr, Mrs. Atkin. George Jarosz, Bunnell. his
Mrs. Myrtle Rice and )(rs. Attending were and Harry
brother Edward Jarosz
Emma Murray.Mrs. Louis Ste ik. Mrs. Jack Hard on ,lave a surprise birthday Ginger Newell of Largo formerly
Wadsworth is vice In. ) Lee Bourne. Mrs. luncheon Friday at their Florida is visiting at Flagler of Bunnell now living In

president of the teachers honorary Mary Prough. Mrs. Ruth"Samerfefdt. how. Palmetto AY<.. Bunnell.howwiflf Beach this week with Mrs. Miami and their sister Mrs.

sorority and Is in charge Mrs. L. H. Church.Mrs. M. B. r lifr. Myrna Knight and daughters, Anna Dunson also a former

of the yearbook this biennialHOME Leonard Johnson and Other guests wrt Mrs. Fuller Lesa and Lyna. Bunnell resident residing In
Chicago have returned home
Mrs. Tommy Durrance. Mr* W. C Sullivan. Mrs.
Mrs. Luke Wells left last from Michigan where they
FROM FSU W. E. Knight. Ur. and Mrs.CetrcLe .
Moody Mrs. Julia Thursday for West Virginia to were called due to the deathof
WEEKEND IN BARAJtVlt visit relatives. theft'brother; 'Joseph Ja
Vicki King will return to .-- War/ and Seed Atkinson.
Florida State University'Sunday Lew and Donna Wadsworth 'of rosz.

to resume her studies after left Thursday via, plan for a ftOJlt: TOIL VISIT ATTENDING Mr. Jarosz passed away un

spending two weeks visit weekend' vacation at Bahama MUs Connie Shields returned LAW SEMINAR npf'df'dJ1uCUJlt 19 at his
Ing at home. Islands. to College Park Md. alter Wildlife Officers Jan Spang. Dearborn Michigan.

Vicki a junior at the university Joining them for the trip .usth"* m Bunnell several let and Wilbur Holdrldge are Driores Deen .

Is majoring In chem are Marty and al1ld- day with her parents Gordon attending a Law Enforcement houseguest was at the a weekend W. L

istry. den of Bradley Florida. and<< Janet Shields. Seminar at Ocala Sept 10-12. Ewe home In Orlando.FORMER .

't.":> \,\ .

THREE COURSES SMITH CITES Unite .tat.a. 1M flasher anone the .fwdtvidral dean pet
er ..... .... er .11 igMeeshive I1y for tfce soeatol eenstdrueiona -
An evmisg then ...... MIL Victor Bdc.*i to attending 4w
vrU been lilted; Lore died asetiaed bettnw."Under .
'..r m mental Meewrtfctf the .Iwt=l Oases.deer
I Aticwet 38 at OWCs 0C the Aeaerlean Lediea REGULATIONSesr .. .. as a ee.hit It wsunda. aeei- a......$....... psi.
dent dsnaiti, in _
or ae a
in New' Orleans fete week. p.
xihpol of applied scdenees.Represatatirpa -- --- -- -----. 'usc' I: t10ed ..... tweed or .........In.HtIoft icy. a safe swvlvteg ass, w.
of the CPA> tics this he stir swvh. status, or are permanently 160 OR his own atpilleatbn If sat
I firm of bertaon. May. Zfana InC ...... He saM many .... passer physios. or mentally of a parent will not be aasisjM.ed .
and Company will staff a pie have the Idea that being disabled as dwtorasined by the te duties involving aetw1
l lecture' team for the d.... r. an only son exempts the single Veterans Amnttratton or combat with the enemy.Where .
A special' three month left from milttay duty. one of the military services< the parent applies for.
this special assnmeot malde
\ course In securities. markets, -However". Smith said and by virtue of such' disability ..
beet, It be waived
I and finance will begin at 700p. -Under the applicable Department ate hospitaltaed on a continuing
by the serviceman concerned.The !'
m. August 27 at the Mary of Defense policy a haste and are not
poHey does not exempt a
I Karl school of applied science sole surviving son Is definedas gainfully employed."In .
M sate surviving left from being
Martin D. Nass, Daytona the only remaining son in other words the sole assigned to other overseas
Beach representative of a nationally a family of which because of surviving son status must be areas where combat conditions
known brokerage hazards Incident to servicein based on conditions resulting' are non-existent.
r firm will teach the weekly I the Armed Forces of the from military service, other. .
classes. Adults over' eighteenmay II I
register dally at DBJC.

Two specialized non-credit II -
courses in the real estate field I
have been added to the fall
schedule of classes at DBJCs

Sciences.Mary Karl School of Applied MAKE WAY FO

The classes will meet' weekly '
at the First Federal Savings : j
and Loan Association
501 North Grand view. Day- r
tona Beach.

Real estate appraisal will
begin September 4 and will o

be taught by James II. Fry,
assistant vice president of COAT DRESS-Wide wale
First Federal cotton corduroy takes a hort-
sontal route In this snappy
Enrollment will be limitedto coat dress of smoke tray.
adults actively engaged In Buttoned and buckled In illTer .
real estate, Building and Savings the necked and belted
and Loans, and the bank design carries young swingers
ing fashionably Into fall. Designedby
professions. Watenn111..I. .

Teen Treats '. .

\t by "Betty CwctetIbdty 100 %

let's cook vo cma fa tar the ftoJortag temper-th*
.na.D11lUt snacfchsppy crowd.Elace Ice cream rates hlgbwtatma Antron ((1))
teep too freejgr BSad far rhopptag'tip chocolate sodas
and taoaaa sjjBU ox tt. spar ol the moment. AM remember Bonded
fcgtaat tonics Ifta'TOIsUat and BujJas: toe donklag tato cream
cheese aol cftflVchem dips at cob: t>me. And for a taecUma -
Rio og theSSSO-Jce art nchjMC: far Super sappy JOBS uAMLk Nylon
fTwltttt Btowt> easy the teens can do uma tlicovrtn : #i
*..A:+a7 tessiger wQ tea jca-Jtoa, ,theta half tte teaS ... K nl.t S
__ _u_ -- ;
6C7BI aurrr 1013' JW'IOOESI .

tom,.J&ttIkk IbP (' ) ... I
.... .laie" .. .
I CQ IDB: Ira (D.....) .utrDOll : .
J4..w el__ !
.>>,; i cap salad ell ) l
Ktel.dafne4aUI -
I .
l..um1JeC.. cups BIItIkk I (
fleet era to 93. Greass c,
long psn.-12x9a: inehss. Xa I
SId eM, ta ... arise.inches. mnaa ssamepm.mel tomeores Vinyls i
JIIi ..... : Kt& low fcsst. Za lan bowl
and saBc'wttH forte cofflMae mac oQ sad mts;
to soft dost .Beat 99 stir to dxxolata and B golek. PolyesteiKnits-
1IIeDS nsjaaalst. Spread Spread fa prepared psa.lists .
hell CM dtttart la prepared about M........Cool sllgbfly.
J'C. COrcr wiffs beef mliUira.itnnatrrfrtf Oil into IVVtoch .quarts.Makes :
DqJ dough by : 4 tfesea.Brmdea .
pooof&il onrlo :sprsad with a> la Made another |
:Jortc.: Sprinkle with psprlks. tssnage nee: Top
Bate M U B BtBOta. t swf tvowdcs with soooys of. Ice
J p.KemI. cream aDd ladle on the cbooo:
late saooa.Garnish vita mara'
: Super Sloppy Does achtno cherry.-pert acteooVing
plekla sticks, soft dzt&ks, for an.vfCBlng of mcm.i
iaow&las. or fsoonls' I

Perma \


Press .

FROM 5 P. M. UNTIL 10 P. M. "fl '
: .:

::1. Knits


Southern Fried ChickenWith '- .,.I ,

Homemade Biscuits and Honer
All You Can Eat $1.50 .

: .,

Homemade Clam Chowder $13 up


CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS Junior Missy Half Sizes arriving daily

AS YOU ARE =:Jl :/. ,

PHONE 829-8493 or 829-3485
South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US II.,.. 1
At Moultrio ,Sign on right .



which will show'" possible KIRKMAN ARNSOF g-THE FLAOLER TRIBUNE TRf.. SCrTEMBfiR IL 19H
I growth over the years. In the
Late hawed program" he has the SCHOOL BUSES CALENDAR OF
automate of life insurance School buM from.
missing EVENTS
To Classify owl the years as well M Hiepiismlal the Stale's highways dvrtac
of having .his mutual summer months, have ague TODAY: UDC meets at 3 p.
-T ...... Rat fund Investment wewaae to move agate and the Had- M. at 1M home of M... O- ANHIEBDlf 00 MC
In value. Historically this ha day Highway Patrol today reminded ........... Mrs leath. Mr. Oil Becker of WaaWnfton .
k fe fact of American lif bean" We ,
a caseFwMttng theman ion Bshaton Is eeateros.
mcUrtou to give Oaks Gardens State ?MAc,
tit+et tfce pwtk..... power of seems to be! the extra inure of cautfo (.s.) RMMe 1. 11M 1J1.A.1t. MfIM..
tM.wt.K KM s.e.4ily **iii- JkfMWGP 4 pOMNlPte growth' 6% Shrine 0. hMot dirtnarat
Colonel H. N. Kirkman. Director tine I... tomrialN a 8M'-
.... In! the W year period wt tile dollar while still materotection Tt39 JK M. at BQMAtfl Masonic .
of the Department of week course In eM .biology
t eo 1f4I..56 alone the oraf tailing A partdeIpa0ts 14.1L
WH & per cent At the Mme family needs. Through" PwWtc Safely MM. The reappearance (.0Comm4sston -) and conservation at the
time. Hvift standard .... the use of Illustrative Bards. of school buses on MONDAY: 8YfHMotJ City Audubon Natural Sheers
Fiend In Greenwieh.Connecticut. .
** highways representsan
creased and there are many have
"FtMdtac" experts preven meets at 7:30 p. .
more tfctafs to buy. No one that over the yean theprogram increase In the respond-lbilities m.
know the future, of course. would have beenbeneOcial of drivers. Motorists (-0-) Mr. Becker was one of 34
in must know and follow the special students enrolled at
but a continued decline in dollars and centsto American Legion Post 110dlnnermeertng
the buying power of the dol the average man. laws concerning school buses at 7 p. m. ..t the Connecticut Workshops,
lar Is indicated.Dollars "FuAdI c'" came about to help protect young lives." Bunnell Civic Centeif and one of mere than 900 i,
caved in bank account when businessmen" began to Florida's trame laws require t-o ) teachers and adult conservation
-*. Invested in bonds or realize that a balanced financial motorists on all two lane and TUESDAY: BuweH Masonic leaders who in all enrolled
needed both life undivided four lane highwaysto In the nature course atone
accumulated In life Insurance program Lodge FARM: ? b. 200 will
crash value won't do the Job insurance and a program atop for school buses when meet at 7:30'rr-m. of the National AudubonSociety's
originally expected of them. where an investment could the flashing red lights are on do-) four workshops this
Yet everyone realizes they grow substantially. They and the step arm I* extended Senior Citizens will meet summer.
should save for the future. found that life Insurance and On dual highways with a dividing at 8 p. m. at the Flagler Mr. Becker's studies this
which hw led to the emergence mutual funds were not really strip more! than five Beam Municipal Recreation summer Included birds,
of a new industry in the competitive, but when used feet la width or a physical Hall for a covered dish-din- plants Insects, and pond life.
United States the combination together complimented each barrier, It Is not necessary for ner meeting Special emphasis was given
of life insurance and other giving double protection. traffic on the opposite road. (M>-) to providing techniques for
mutual funds in a program Consequently 'Funding is way to stop for the bus. Boy Scout Troop 495 regular teaching natural history and
known as Funding. catching on In a big way Another law calls for drivers meeting.WEDNESDAY. conservation to children.
Headquarters In the Dupont- coast to coast and Florida is to drive at an appropriately (.0-)
Plea Center In Miami is a fortunate that FINSEC decided reduced when
speed pedestrians : Boy Smut Cottons are mercerized for
publicly owned company to make this state Its headquarters present a hazard. Troop 472 regular meeting. added strength and luster.
which I* rapidly becoming a for national opera. This woud apply to drivers
leader In the merchandising tions. approaching school children
of this new Investment trend on the shoulder of the roadway .
Financial Security Planning SERVICE ACADEMY waiting for school buses LINGOLDGENERAL
Corporation of America. said Kirkman.
one of a handful of firms
through the United States In ASPIRANTSSenator TYPES CONSTRUCTION

the field today. Although onlya Spessard Holland RENEW TOURORIIER'S SPECIALIZING IN REMODELING
year old the firm Is expanding announced' today that Florida IcXE ,.1
It* market throughout the boys wishing to receive corn WRIN61'OURBJATH CERAMIC AND VINYL TILE
United States and already
sideratlon for his nominations
hat three offices In the Greater to the national service academies MDXTH FREE ESTIMATES
Miami area with others in .
located at Annapolis, .
Phone 4370971
the and North-
Tampa Bay Md. (Navy), West Point N. Y.
east Florida areas. A numberof ( O. ALFORD
Army Colorado Springs,
additional offices are plan. Colo Air Force), and Kings BAgtstarsd .

ned.Robert Point Jf. Y. Merchant Marine .
the firm Traugott explains presidentof "Fund- ), must have their coin; Real Estate Broker BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
pleted application forms In htjt
Ing" In hs simplest terms. It BoaaalL Florida
office no later than Monday 107 N. St.
U a program where the participant ,] rA Bay P. O. Box 657
September 16, 1968. All
cornH j
has his Insurance BUNNELL, FLORIDA
spondence ba. addressed'to
premiums financed by loans
using mutual funds as coljateral. \ Senator Holland'at 421 Old' HASTINGS MATTRESS FREE ESTIMATESBAR

T\yfrcbnlqiie Is,Jmple. Senate. Office D. C 20510.Building WashIngton & UPHOLSTRY WORKS FIXTURES BUILT.IN KITCHENS
For example makingan ht 710.12 Lemon St
Initial Investment of $1.- ThlsdeadUj! J:a. t Sen. Palatka, Florida BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER
200 and .subsequent monthly ator Moll 4 :n dltpjy Phone EA 5-3166 ANP DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

purchases Of $100 over a period In order td, el jest runUrur UpholUriag Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
of fo years would be ableto time for; (\ aDpltc*" &
tlonso ttme
finance $522 of annual 9"
premiums. This may be used can begrafiu" J$ Mattresses & Box Springs Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts
Made to Order. Also Renovated
to acquire whatever type and Interested ;y l' 'Who FINE HARDWOODSMost
amount of protection' desired. have not yet flied ifors. lions Call Laura Morris 437-3233
Traugott points out that there .admission to 't a ttOUI After 1:00 p. M.FXICZS otters .filled within IS working days. Wow Serving
Is no guarantee of future pro service academies"la i train. XEASONA8LE all ana la 75 all rod af ....lL

fits even though historically met of 1969 should; :"r BUDGET FLAW IF NEEDED: CALL COLLECT Dar 4374311 Night O7W2JETElttNQ
thU has been the case. lately write Seivft&t '1nu utlto : Jut a* near a your PLANNING ARBANCED
What It bolls down to Is request formOltMt FhoM ec ?wt Office
that everyone" wants life In. these forms clI"Ibl! 'tt tried < Drop Us a Card ar Call -
surance protection.' He also to his office prior"o* ft Sep;'f I
Free &
wants to Invest In something tember 16 dadHtte 4 j; .. .'II Pickup DeliveryMcCULLOCH -

'. ..... \ .. 'f
I1 r fiiI I ON TIME



:f SlIIf11iu ( 11000-80 DAYStutBStNTtt.


too u LiJ BANK Fh (774217 ITS W. Cnmada f

Ormond Beach Florida


::-:=;.::;;::;;'- :_ :-;--- -,,".

A Kr.CONcur

i, SAW ossiGNf




25c and 50c Each

t ,
Give e v i i wf, rrreloNus! e e r PHONE 4392303BINGO
isle hand c Ntr.llll R _UAINas : _r


8:00: P. M.
MAC 6 has the MUSCLE-you don't need anyl! .enr.a. rraes.d ,
And so lightweight you lift and maneuver it like a ts aa..d
hand tool-cut firewood, brush posts even 6-inch: FREE REFRESHMENTS
trees in seconds-with less effort without trying! sts rt
orstorsraatroLess Thursday) ;
Bar and Chain .


AMERICAN SERVICE' STATIONU. Disabled American. 'VeteransJim

Booe Chapter 86
S. Hwy. I Bunnell Phone 437-3652



: INK :

7-7H TL1t41iL>fEt SRi1sS1R TifBA;. 5EPTBMMH 1 ,1!GELIMA1. an bees that af flMMIflBi MtUaIMM for roe.divorceAttom .. HOSPITAL NOTES Frlr*.|r. Tfc. ptM wrgMjisi attr

..., IN Untetw rte asM .1M Ptt'
------ jwNwAA A D MyWFMD: Met1r La**. Ma )ilea. K A/tpIMf.e 1M'
AIIt'JIRT1N1M1T = ; :
M J-D$71 .
---. auaee.N: Allth ...... Etwl
M a# sod i111, 1'J J it heIU".UIJ
I' ( ....n IT f4HRI' ....,......" dreoo I* 412 Moljfc *Jtfl Ave: Roil: fl.ey C4fe0Mi.! EIIIn41IH:
('''' 'T'. rldNH4IIIH. fan awreenoJty or bywttli ........ sue Foot Onto sWltflt. Daytona Iary eta they AI Milt teRieY
C ASTI4e.. W.R the leek of MM CM*. Beak F.*HJa. IMS*, and aw tie mlRtmtlMl r.quIrwI.H
iTmBN ..... you Answer or defence to theCumllnt JM.da Wllltem CriMalu.B
or the ortgTleMl .... tae clerk off ; '
MI'NII1ILL.! PLOItIlA In sold suit on or be- a. st in the .............. Ike
the above etrtodJ o wrt or he- F1s&er .... Ann
1 IC..,. Ua.kIng'orporotles.. fwfo th*> 14th day of October fore OiTVNMBIt 14. ..r -- tMlattom will .he. steN..rl hf
Ifatatl A. B. JM4 and ales .. sans a be F._ .w ti; Mm Ow.
rJ----wy entered a **..a AdMftery Cnmidt>m
of ,
".. ropy your Anawer or dofoiwoa :
for relief de Pteftor Beadi Ella-
MRS AUMBUA THOMPWON. upon Meooiw. Me* Xpst. Mad Iyouhe coeatOalnt ranee ; te IN.- d JWIVOTB j by ctntl*.
....,....... Attorneys for t'laistlff, at ttMIre4wooo or petition abets ...,. Daytwta BmachDtttMlOOCD .
er Dayfe Comwr and Mi*t.a
wrIt'i: or VnRHCL UK at 411 Mole Mroe JIIvlINe. WITNtKHl mr head MM the .
V U.B toss ... Florida OH e5otore seal of mild C wrt .. MIFTttMRHM : Martha 9tf. i-P-5 j fO tjw r W NTMB njula-aVaB J Ian*VlM9
T" THK imnptPAJUT HSJUUX the 14th day of October, A.
ANT) ALL OTMRRII WHOM ITNOTICE O. 1H M required by the FlorMa Itch(UIOMOC. IPM. M. MOODY HareM It..IRM.. ..*.... Orvflfepirn CeYMtI her apptsv.l befreeby

JUT ('()!ItMlItX: Rubs of rivll Prooowuro A* Clerk of sold Court Ikrkef. Thomas Wells. rM. ._.. tM state.
III HKRBBY OIVBK and herein foil not or n M,asltwill I....l>
that UM u* OHOMOt be entered aMlnot Mai By: Kathryn U Barry KuHek WHliaaMflelu. The lMpHtion Mniee wtM
M. MOCM. .. Ork at tM Ctr- You are further notified Uka>t .uty CWtk Heten KNI<<. Louise Can- net be retfuieed for reed polo.toes .
r ult '-'- .. t*vnth Judtrtol Cir the nonto of the. Court In whttn S.pL1 ItT It. M. Oft t. tie
ruM in and for Angier CMiaty. said wit ho been taMtHutod I* trril it w4H only be perform*

Florida u.4.,. MtrmMiit l. a"d the Ctreult (Court Hevemh Judlctol LEGAL AUYERTlnl..K ed If the termer suspect tile
by virtue of a rtnal J.*dr**.* rtor Circuit. of Florida In Md
F'.r.>cU...r. .i"...d to th..bor. for FU.ler Couoty. and that tho TO WHOM IT MAY CONCBHNOTI4 potatoes are net of proper' >
MttKWxl can**, pmdlBS title of MM wit I* aa hereto-, \ K OF SALK FLORIDA POTATO quarKy due to lnleatien of*
In the (,....iK Ctxtrt, l'e,, nb Judicial above set forth You ... hereby notrfted that
ClrcMlt. ,In Mid for PUCI.T You are further notHled that the followlnc motor vehicle a disease orguticm.
fowAty.: FiorM*. Ca. ! 417-B will within th. Meal h.wr. for divorce and permanent oare.custody I). OKIHI w Ill be cold at .
of ..h between II:** av m. sad .and control of the minor public sale at .t:04)) A. M. o' INSPECTIONSAll Inc the meeting were faun]
i M p. m. on FrWay the Hh cMMreciWlTNBBfl the It of dplas-
Jltf Agent<< Don Jordan Z. C. HeI- .'
day of September: >>**, at the my hand and oAoial t.klH't at R LUkE Oil. '
seal at AtMHiefl. Flogter Florid potato areas land Jr. and W. W. Deen. *
front door of the Flatter County County. IV No I A MOODY HLVti: BVN- .
Courthouce. BunnolL Flor FlorMa. this Itb day of tVptember HELL FURIDA (Hagter ida. offer for ale ai d will .**! A. D 1141.IillOitfiE. >)>' proposed draft of
at public the h1gMal M. MOODY. The proceed of the vale will regulations t
end beet bidder too oa.h aft the aa Clerk of the CtreuK be applied first to the payment for need potato Inspection ,.
right title. lnter M and cUisi of Court of Flagler County of the coat of retaking, storing service at a Florida Potato BIRTHDAY DATA
he defendant. MHK AimMJATHOUPHON. FlorMa.My and aale motor vehicle
and all paths or Kathryn U Emery and the ::.t. : publication of Council meeting In Orlando Happy birthday U"w to:
trr.vnt bound by said FinalJudrmont IH-xity WETkEAL notice of sale and then to theaatlifatcten -- k.
In and to th. following CIRCVTT (( >)> ) of the balance duo FRIDAY Clifford
I l\E'roolilY! : : Wlfle.
decrrtbexl roperty altuated under the contract with Margaret
In the Fifcrlda. towlt: ill Main Ktreetl Madeira Beach. Florida coverlet or demand against the
1W rant. Thunderblrd. Model 'art.M Reach Florida the financing. of aJd motor vehicle ..tale of JOHN THOMAS LAND. SATURDAY.:. Mike Enslt'). ..
11 Vtaaafex-turrfi $erl.1 $.pl: 11. U. 24. Ort I. tie Any surplus will be paid to dereaaedY .
No YI1ZIMM1 -- you and you will remain liable and each of you ar hereby SUNDAY: Johnnie Ruth

Th. MM property .. aforeaald. LEGAL ADVERnIE.lClfT for any balance remaining unpaid notified that an order declaring Miller ...Patty Ann BajnesrMONDAYf .
.Inc MoW to .auer, aId Judgment. under said contractriRMT -lfI"tr..u. of the **tats *
iwbjert to'any and all valid IH Tilt ('IIU I IT ..t HT FOR NATIONAL. BANKtH. 0' JOIIV THOMA8 LA.NtrV de* George?Buckrwl : : .
rl.Il.C.l-:n C"otTi.. .-LUHI. rr-aaedu a4'wrtnetaaaary< had
prtoP mortvavea. Hens and Pftfrcbura. .
fnruatbranrea and rtntita. 11%. ""for/40. etc.LEGAL *''ltrML>>r U s+nor W.. T, 1.. "liudlle fiSyslc.' t
HATBII thl >th day of Peptembe t'n II. A'IIOI1.I 433 ..n'. l> McKNWHT;"IJtt,e of .Tie FRED A KttHXAMI1Plaintiff. TII't.r..T- ir Jtld1F'4. Oourt .
*. A.It. U"( A" b.4'ItIIa; ', <
11MldalIPcal) <*uunti HttfMa. cash son, Harry AttatnJortrTUESDAY
MVOOiiT.. I 1. 0ttWttfr. "* lOW THK rot STY Jl value? :It mM relate wa determined .'
? 'Tf'M Massie
: (7.rk Circuit t'oort JHIEKON I.OU MICI-KAUP. lot RT KL* a.KR. ,, l ..IIGITS to be 11 N." and wa u6slgned .
51aglvr llefondant. FLORIDA by such order to LJIIIv Johnson. / .
By Julia l..ntli.I.FI.rN' \OTI( K Or "I'IT I-IIOH4TU %o. UM* 4/1,X*' Land Flagtfr Heath. '
tF Clerk f Ii1.ELA.tMt. TO 8HRHON U)U YEEI .AMP IN ,,, Hated this >lh day of Hrp ': WEDNESDAY: M a f c f i 11 a
9IIAXVHunnelL PBQl'OT lUlAfi lWlT'HW't: LX'3D.In > ''her A <> It" Leatherwood Lifcuiejet
I' a s.J" .. IUS.J\\'OOl' EW JERSEY |w-<-- T K M'Knight ,
....Ht". ale ,,. O7/i1 STII'E e.tOF F.ITHY OF nnlI.1LiHh t',junty Judge Katherine Lynn Barker) *
ee'i. .
Atorney far lalntrtf YOU ARK HKUEIlY MTTIFI- I.lHIS0 llw1YISTRlttn\ seat I:. U. U. IkLtrt --- -

.' Mept IS. Me '


N kitS
THK. tctKvrif Jt '' ,
I'IT40LHT. IV Al KVHt* p

KL.A4.I.KU tOLNTV, H.OHI- p 'l '..e
t'AlE! XO 44* HI*'. H
LINDA BBNNKTTPlaintiff. l'mLLII"II. Oil ITOP o tom'

TO. William Maurlro Philllpa
lvO North M.KlnleyAlbany. .
that an action for Dlvora 71 Mostls' !
has been flied ...In.t you and
you ors requested to aervo a
ropy at your written 4.,......
If on OIU.BttPIB .'
AND lJ'ItfsJ.I .. .Attorney forllalntlff.
whoa add,... la MS
North Cauaeway, P o. His Ire
New Smyrna Beach. Florida .
net and Ale tho original with
the Clerk of the above Court on toW

otherwloo or before a September judgment Ji.may 1tt1 I<;; IIICI '
entered ....D.t you for the relief yLCAI !
demanded In ho Complaint. E
WITNBfttf my hand and eeal
of said Court on the 14th day
of Aucuat. lilt.(3EOROE.
< )s. MOODY
A. Clerk of the Circuit
(SEAl.) 0
3 $
Ity Kathryn U Kmery 'MMIDIATI Baer
eputy ClerkAug. CONSTRUCTION '
_ It tie coos, u,,,,,, care.
"\ DKKUNotice =
!. hereby given that .. -

Charles II. Cowart Jr. tho hold WILL NEVER COST LESS
.r of the following certificate wsa ,

haa deed tied to said bo Issued certlfleato thereon.for a TII.rtl..t. tai- tow MONTHLY THAN IT DOES TODAY. r-J

... number and year of FATMINT
Uauance tin description of tho New home costs have Increased substantially since just last year and the trend
property and the name In whichIt
was aaaeaeod are aa follow 71 continue. Take advantage of present values. Buy- at toda/s low prices-
Certificate No 1; Year of ..-
"'laneI'"; Description ofroperty and watch the value of your home Increase as construction costs rise.dding .

Tract 1. Block IS. 8t John
Development Company ttubdlrlalon. 0
See. 2d. Twp. li. Jt,.. 29K. DD2 O O a O O a IT1 O e
It acre Assessed to George 12 SMOIT YEARS V 0r
Knapp. .I,. 10 rAY
in addition to the above the
following certificate I. outtandlrur The lack of mortgage
on said property: r
Certificate No. 41 year 1HT:
holder Charles II Cowart Jr. money wont t be a problem

A>*e.oed to: George Knapp. J,. .
,'nl..* such certlneatea shall when choose
be redeemed aceording to law
the property described In such
certlfleote. will be sold to thehl..b..t toyauauY" Jim Walter to build
bidder at the CourtHouse MAIIIIAISORLAKDO. i
door on the first Monday home.
In the month of October 1511. your new
which I. the Tth day of October.
,XI. r
Dated this ind day of Aug- a Millions are available
u.t. 1141.SEAL ,

IEOROE U. MOODY &' for mortgage financing.;

Clerk of the Circuit Court

Aug 29.KUa-ler tept p'ii'ri.: Florida 154-to o"en Pi T5tIOUOWHOIOCATONS, nec_ cd-goue Cottager Why wait ?


|\ TIlE f"IK'"I IT (....HT. .KVK 328084S10W. lG0HHAttQNG BUHT ON TOW PROPERTY ;
'TH Jl UK ML "\n r'OM COl'1f- Colonial W.ISWD TO ALMOST ANY STAGE Of '
T*. .-MlHIIIItlL 50 West _
1 a Tlll%' \ 43111 WTIRIO COMPUTIOfl 1
FKAVCO* IxtZielt P. O. Box 15037 JIM wAt1lE CORIroRATLCN Bu

'llalntlff vs.WTHER Pine 11111 Station t I"'s be ae.rea eHcclI I

IIOZIEft, weld Ile Is la,.ewe sled year
Phoae: 295.0981
Defendant.OTIII aawl.1 pl.. pis s. Bead ne s It.heat. '

: Tn APPEAR AMI I tWsi(fltw-MtasJ s> 011a Cf*>QBMAM
IN nit NAME OF TIlE STATE 32S70 *.
OF rU>ltlHATl I
r/o UlViHKMiiwrr

14 N A. >ICO NORTH CARO- Phone: 622-8118 Call//, write, tr stop by loJ ,. I I"ttt I i

You aro hereby notified that *thl** 4 C e

a oult l>.. been brought against ____ eJ .
you In the Circuit Cuurt Meven*


FLAGUER T3119NKISPOR73 : 11f.... 3P7W11E11 **. 1.f3OfOC COUNTY BOARD iw n gad hi sehea aM pet.leis. FARM BUREAU

-- I' .
ADOPTS BUDGET poet lisle .MW A Ve ttMrt AH WEEK SEPT. 18-21
the 'lIlIn"''' KIis P......, Farm Bureau
Hie' Beard of County OamMtsslwM'M na.eo..ty
aott Altslil ..Ts1Nary 1iwrwawteat. IW said MiIwt SSehlliarsw in te
adopted at W o- will partktps4e
18t18 Aa at a ,ar'hlII" Me wasaaaMsad !late wide etsiei of Fswm
I Nksrl' wsa wr, aor at feMfet for UN Howard
NOTES the Class A py M 0.- special meeting PtWay n.*.mtac. LHeta and by LIeMN Mtw B..... week IJII11 hr 1J.2t

fata Cranky Catty TtteM.yrr ?hare were no e ma4alirtH s Wad-,.. secs.ding to PinHmt Levis
HiS FOOTBALL COACH ...rtit.t. Mfs. CIaake W5* .H at tale meeting.' 9M, "..Nk. This week' hM been

t9w B whm r. Law putts The tortfet. whkh IndMded FLAG EI BEACH o.. ...,ly proclaimed by Gv-
fcn TWtJ AeoW. General Fund. Road and senor Claude Kirk M a salute
., M'eslt
.. Bridge Funds and Fine and LBttCH to Farm Bureau. the Mate's
: The Weoer. c..K Assoeia
s Friday Sept. 13 and
Fbrfetam Fund was adoptedby forges orgsntsatten
.; tfcrt will have a reorganise17 -
Tuna Salad Florida's No. 1
a 3-2 vote Corm to agriculture
tisa.l I meeting Tuesday. Sfot l
Otis Hunter. Louis StefHk and Glued Carrots' Industry
"''* George Wtekltne voted "yes"; Piekle Chip The farm leader pointed
rr"wr r ) Aft lttvtt8tten .iv %if II fl Sliced rNeh
and commissioners C H. Cow- out the Farm Bureau lit our
ed to all ladles iMereated.
Bread and ButterMonday.
art and Alfred' Tucker voted county state and nation Is
"no-. Sept. 18 becoming a more vital and
VLLDOGSINJAJ1OBEE In other business the commissioners Spaghetti and Meat Sauce moving force for all InvolvedIn

"t : Spinach agriculture

Authorized payment of $25.! Pears Flagler County Farm BureauIs
for C. of C membership. The Bread and ButterMilk
purmell Bulldogs lost two presently undergoing an
r quarters In the first football board approved liability Insurance Tuesday. Sept. 17 annual membership drive and
for Bunnell Airportbut
all oriented'
jamboree held at Memorial the- Meat LoafCandled agriculturally
Stadium In Dfytorva Beach rejected Insurance Yams people are urged to make applications
Friday nlhlBlrtnel1l011 airport hangar. No further through Lyman
Green Peas
action was taken on the re
to New Smyrna Gage, membership drive
kilo and Whip Topping
quest of the Civil Air Patrolto
Beach In the second' quarter Bread and ButterMilk chairman.
When the Cudo scored three operate hangar gas
service at the airportJim
touchdowns Wlllaims. Democratic Wednesday. Sept II SPECIAL GUESTS
In the third 12 minute quartet -
Th. C. H,ln nominee for State Senator, attended
I' ,
Lopex defeated the Bull '
Mashed Potatoes and Cravy AT LEGION MEET
the meeting.BUNNELL
lACE HALL dogs 18.6.w'1ju Corn
Pineapple and Apricot Dessert Cary Buckles and Robert
Athletic Director and Head GISTAATXOffAT LIONS Bread and Butter Creal Boys State Representatives
Football Coach Jack Hall begins and Lila Allen and Ken

his second year at Bun rtAGLEA BCACH HEAR GLISSON MilkThursday.. Sept. It ny Taylor. Citizenship Award

nell High School with the opening Dr. Jim Gibson Republican Hamburger Stew winners will be special guestsat
of EJections
game against Crescent Supervisor candidate for Florida Houseof Raisins the American Legion Post
He Is assisted iUry' Smith will be at the 115
City next Friday. Representatives, addressed Citrus CupBread >r.mfttlne Monday
by Jack Hardin and Joe liagtar Beach Municipal Re- the Bunnell Lions Club at and ButterMilk night at 7 p. m. at the Bun.
Kirkland. Nation Hall Monday. Sept.ig their noon luncheon' Tuesday. nell Civic Center,
and Monday. Sept 23: from
Hall played football with Gibson Interesting Menus to
gave a very are subject change
to 5 "
% m. P. m to register
the University of Denver and talk on the need for due to non-delivery or shortage CLASSIFIED
after a knee Injury completedhis our becoming concerned about of products. ,

college work at Illinois what Is happening In our ADVERTISING

State University where heearned SCHOOL country and then becoming an ADULT EDUCATION

his A. B. degree. active participant In the affairs REGISTRATION:
After coaching football for Jf'OUKEHT of our governmentGllsson SEPTEMBER 12Registration

lye gears In Illinois, Hall tOTALS 1271Attendance said we have had for the Adult

'came to Florida and accepteda to face four great crisis In our Education School Is Thurs.

porttiM ai head football at Flagler history as a nation. The crisiswe day Sept 12 at 7:00 p. m. at SEPTIC TAJIK cleaning; drain
coach"j.t Charlotte County oum/s three public schools face now Is partly becauseof Bunnell Elementary SchoolNo. fields installed: Rota-Roter
Hlgh School In Punta Gorda. foiled 1276 students for the the war In Vietnam but 2.All snail shell Reasonable prices.

After three' years he moved Art week' Last years enroll mostly because of what Is persons Interested In at Call George Jat u. 437-3410

to lloweyin-the-llllls as ath ftftit+ was 1210 students. BunAeU happening Internally. tending the school are asked' 8-1-tf

letic director. High School's total enraiment He said we are being run
to meet' In room No. 12 at the
Hall Is married and and was 003 students; by a minority of the people former Carver Junior High
they have three daughters. n"td' Beach Elementary, because the great majority of School. Further Informationmay Let us help beautify Flagler.
They reside on Lambert Avenue 40 and Bunnell Elementary people are either not concern be obtained by callingthe County. Large variety of evergreens

In BunnelL ydiool No.2, 126. ed or do not want to become school office. palms hedge' plants I
'V'" 5tt miles S of Bunnell on
11.5.1. Feb. 15-tfc

Here! New'69CHEVROLET.TRUCKS with SINGER zig-zag model and 66 buttonholerIn equipped'

nice cabinet 5 payments at

SS.93 or S42.76 cash. For more
Information write Service Sewing .

Now there are even more reasons why Chevrolet is more truck. Florida Center.32720.Box 393 Aug.DeLand.15 tfc

FOR SALE-To the highest

bidder two front cabins of the

Dixlana Motel furnished or

unfurnished. Air conditioners

excluded. Write Box 295. Bun

nell. Florida. 8.29, Sep. 5. 2tp

FOR SALE-55 gallon drums

good as new. For outboard,
t trash etc $3.00 each. Yea

man's Nationwide Paint Factory

Ormond Beach. Phone
677-8020. 9-5, 12. 19 26. 4tc
COOK WANTED-Must apply

In person. No phone calls ac
cepted. Matanzas Inlet Restaurant .

2 ml. North Marine-
land. Sept 12. lie

FOR SALE-14 foot boat with

15 hp Evlnrude motor. R. Gar-
; .
r del. 112 Avalon. FlaglerBeach.

Sept. 12. 19. 2tp.

e.. =i lY,..- FOR SALE-To the highest
bidder two front cabins of theDixlana
Moat snrtcHsrt's Motel furnished or
the bold new AA

In handsOme plckups-Chtvr new hood PrOfile exl'ludf'd.Vritf unfurnished.' Air Box conditioners 295. Bun .

new aluminum Qri11/\ i :ii hell Florida. Sept. 12. 19, 2tp
new Interior trim cClArI''
You get a cab and RIMt Are you looking for a good
tide pickup box tnt to part time or full time IncomeIn
doobl*wall double trfn0, y N W. Flagler Co. or Bunnell.
America's most pOptl
L t Many Rawleigh Dealers earn
pickup is more truck tftA t. !
ever for '691 -- : $ .50 and up per hour. Write

Rawleigh FU-300-MemphU,

MOs New 69 LCHOTM Ftoetskte pttkUpJ nl.. Tenn 38102. Sept 12. 19. 26. 3tp

provide cargo boxes M? |A FREE $8900 value Human
haul t> MOil coMfORT MOKE rants MOil VAN ro*fill MONtY
8* ft. long- i payloads or klng-/4| New more comfortable New workpowert A lrLowcost Chevy-Van delivers
camper bodies! For ,I.als are designed with ited new 350-cu.-4a V8 is loads of economy back today. Pay for: styling
or play you get tr* $d' molded foam. Thick Insu- standard in medium-duty with big Sixes or work- ONLY. Send to FREE WIGS
Ing smootnness of r0r'$' Utton hushes road noise. V8 models. Order It for whipping I i Va. Nimble i I 102 W. Sedgvtlck. Philadelphia -

proved Independent Bump leveling coil most pickups power in there's RuneuverabHity In traffic Pa. Sept 12 19, 26 3tp
Suspension the ec f at all tour wr\**!* on big V8 heavyweights. makes light cf big loads.
of Chevy truck power. Vi model smooth the way. Chevrolet gives Now available with 3- WANTED-Good used water
easier handling. More comfort you plenty of workpowert speed Turbo Hydra-Matic. ,softener Phone.L37.3116. Itp. I

1 ; iii" AI,w cs.w.i.t........-. New 5 piece dinette chromeor

,. bronze, $39.95. New single
More trucks art Chevrolets because Chevrolet is more truck! door steel utility cabinet. I'
$1133. Jerry's Furniture Old '

Dixie Hwy. 2 mil S. Korona. j

Phone 437.352. Sept 12 IteI !


,. .
.w ."- -- ... ...

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-22setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Flagler Tribunedc:subject Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher s.n.dc:date September 12, 1968dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)1024369 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Flagler -- BunnellNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida