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: March 2, 1967
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: UF00079914:00373
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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DO YOU > ,: .. Potato Crop

The Flagler' .Tribune Damage temperatures HeavyCold which

Special, Permit dipped to a low 21.5 degrees
; early Sunday severely damaged
Flagler County's potato
The thermometers .
VOL. 55 NO. 9 BUNNELL FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1967 $2.50 A YEAR crop. registered
low temperatures of
21.5 degrees in the Haw Creek
Voters Face area and 23 degrees in the

jiiif i9i Carver High School : To 'tions.BimIni and St. Johns Park sec.

Three More As a result of the cold the
Irish potato crop in this coun

HAVE YOURS? Trips -To Polls Close In September The ty hard was cabbage hit frozen with crop to outer the was ground.leaves also

\ A. H. (Gus) Craig runningfor 1 burned.
the 34th District State At a special meeting of the to the lack of students in County Agent Don Jordan
Would YouBELIEVE House of Representatives, was Flagler County Board of Pub these grade level!"and the inability said today that no accurate
.estimate can be placed on the
the vote In FlaglerCounty's
top getter
lic Instruction held on Wed- to provide a programof
damage for several weeks. He
election Tuesday. He nesday evening, February 22, studies without consIderable
pointed out that the potatoesare
received 565 votes out of the
1967, unanimous approval was expense to the taxpayersof '
already beginning to
It Happened in Flagler 659 votes cast in the countys given to the recommendation: ,the county. There are 52 and the older
green up, potato
eight precincts, helping him
I County 10 20, 40 yean ago of the Superintendent of students presently enrolledin plants are not expected to {
to get elected. Schools, Coy G. Harris, Jr., to the three grades.Mr. produce a crop due to the

1 Former Senator B. C. Pearce close the senior high school Harris went on to ex freeze damage, but they are
of East Palatka, seeking election section of Carver School, there. 'plain that the State Depart. hoping the younger plants
'10 YEARS AGO to the 13th Senatorial by eliminating Grades 10, 11 ment of Education in Florida will produce a fair yield. A

Local markets purchasedthe District, was second high man and 12.The had already recommendedthe few growers are planning to
In the county with 547 votes. effective date for the consolidation of grades 9 replant.
champion steers raised by closing of these grades will be through 12 in Flagler County Some growers in the area i
Bunnell 4H Club members at
The 13th Senatorial race at the beginning of the 1967- 'because the present and pro. worked all night trying to
the Fat Steer Show and Auction ended in a runoff between 68 school term. Mr. Harris jected pupil membership at protect their crops by firing
sponsored by. the 411 Senator: Pearce and L. K. Ed. stated (that the recommendation each of the two 'high schools, and watering.
Club. wards of Irvine. The unofficial that these grades be eliminated Carver and Bunnell is too
The Grand Champion Steer, vote tabulation for the sen .at Carver School due small to justify the continued
raised by Elbert Tucker was ate district including, Flagler operation of each as a sepa Lions Sponsor "
sold to L. L. Brannam, Bran Putnam, Clay and Marion rate high school. That recommendation
mars Food Market at 35 cents counties was Pearce 5,368 CLEANUP PROJECT was made by the Annual DriveThe

per pound. The Reserve votes; Edwards 4336 and FOR CELEBRATION School Plant Planning Section .
Champion, raised .by Mike Lewis E. Dinklns 2,033 votes. Florida State Depart Bunnell Lions Club at
McMillan, was purchased by Wanted: A club, organization ( ment of Education in Januaryof its luncheon meeting Tuesday
O. C. Shelton of Shelton's Super Since a runoff Is requiredIn or individual to sponsora 1966; agreed to begin Its annual
Market at 29 cents per the legislative election, "CLEAN UP" program in In recommending the closIng drive for funds for the Flor
pound. Other steers were sold, Flagler County voters will go Bunnell as part of the preparation of only Grades 10,11 and ida Foundation for the Blind
at 25 cents per pound. to the polls three times in the being made for the 12 at Carver, Mr. Harris stat March 1 and run through
next four weeks. f Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration ed that the decision to leave Malrch 15.

20 YEARS AGO Both Bunnell .
Beach are having city elections Most communities arrang was determined to be best for licitation from /the public are
The Bunnell High School Tuesday March 7th. ing for such an occasion usually the two schools involved in used to finance various projects
Band members were guests of attempt to cleanup, so far as the students, In. for the blind. These in.
the DeLand High School band. The special legislative primaries palntup, and iflxup. Removing structional personnel, space elude glaucoma clinics, eye
Accompanying the 35 piece are set for March 14 unsightly trash, a little paint and accreditation (requirements banks, the blind school at
band on the trip were Walter and March 28. ing and planting a few flower were voncerned. Daytona Beach and Braille

\ Morris, director, school superintendent The county's eight voting seeds might Just do the Mr. Harris announced that supplies and others.
Jack Clegg, board precincts have a total of 2256 trick, without a great deal of "Freedom of Choice" Forms, Members of the Bunnell
member George Kendall and Demo- work. Old timers, former residents for school attendance, would Lions Club will be on the
registered voters .
Mrs. Rodger Turner'presidentof craft ( ; and'4' and-istrangers: wilt be bt-: sent out -by-"March 1, 1967 Streets ,.to solicit' funds and _-
5p"TRepublfcaJte :
the Band Parents Assn. Independent. I I : visiting our town during ,the amiT.. must be !returned to the when as much as one dollar
( ) celebration and they will be office of the Superintendent or more is contributed a receipt .
Potato growers of Flagler The City of Bunnell has:483 more observant o( the surroundings by March 30 1967.CHAMBER is given and the Foundation -"-
will send to the donora
County had to run tractors to registered voters and Flagler than we are and a M + .rn. ,
cover up potato plants Just Beach 'has 621 names on the few improvements will makea card showing the contrIb.
utor is a friend to the blind.
list but the list has good MEET
coming up and those which voting impression.
were coming up after having not been purged, and accordIng The Chamber of Commerce MONDAY. MAR. 6 The Bunnell Club has heldIn
been covered earlier becauseof to Helen Nolte. City Clerk, Anniversary Committee has past years two Glaucoma.
freezing weather. there are 460 eligible to cast endorsed the project There will be an Important Clinics which found a number
ballots in Tuesday's City meeting, of the Flagler ChaW of,persons suffering from
Ie. ) ber 'of Commerce Monday, this disease that robs one of
election REOUEST FOR
Flagler County Quail'popu. March 6th at 7:30: p. m. at the sight if not treated in time.
lation was given a boost when Eight candidates have qualified MUSEUM !IAT courthouse according to Lee The clinics are, of course, free.
John Buckles, district game for the three City commission Drazba.
warden, released 250 Texas seats in Bunnell. BULOW PARKAt Drazba stated several Im ON DEAN'S LIST

Quail In the Western section Seeking the vacant commission a meeting Tuesday afternoon portant matters pertaining to MIchele Stefllk, daughter of
of the county for breeding. seats are C. EIsenbach, February 28th at Bulow the propose4 projects and future Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stefllk( ,
( ) the only incumbent; Herbert State Park between Douglas activities of the chamber made the Dean's list at FlorIda
Bobby McCort, 15 year old Anderson, Harry Atkinson, O. Strickland, Administrative As. will be discussed.All State University: the last
son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Herr, Harold Hlgginboth- sistant for the Florida State members and Interested trimester. MIchele is a seniorat '
Smith was awarded third am, J. R. (Rem) Murray, Gen Park Board and Mrs. Charles citizens are urged to attend the university and is majoring
prize in Class "(;' entries for evieve (Jean) Palczewskl and Creal, chairman of the Advisory this special meeting. in Elementary Educa.
Polled Hereford steers at the T. H. (BuddyWadsworth. Also Council for Bulow Park, a tion.
Fat Stock Show at Ocala. The appearing: on the ballot will museum for the park site was --
steer, weighed 685 pounds. be a proposed amendment to 1 discussed.Mrs. .

the'Bunnell City chanter Vot Creal urged that interpretation PRIMARY ELECTIONUNOFFICIAL
ers will be asked to vote yesor of the site, that
The Flagler County board of no to the question: "Shouldthe would 'be of most Interest to
county commissioners decided Bunnell City Charter be the public, should take priority
to request F. L. Byrd, legislature amended to ,allow an expenditure over other construction RESULTS
representative from not to exceed $1,500 per projects. The feasibility of the
Flagler County, to introducea year for advertising". interpertlve museum on the
local bill giving the county At Flagler Beach four can site was to be investigated as N .. N ::

commissioners the right to didates are seeking the three well as shallow test pits that xxzzdxzx ,
issue certificates of Indebted. seal on the commission and would ,better determine the "

ness for the construction of the Mayor's post is being operation of the sugar mill. OFFICE AND CANDIDATEIt 1:: li:: t:: i:: t:: :: :: :: / I
State Road No. 28 throughthis sought by Incumbent R. L. In conjunction with this, the
county. The commission. McNab and by Herb Fuller. possibility of getting a diora .
ers contemplated raising ap Seeking reelection as commissioners ma with a model of the millas : ttirt&&L.jState : : :
proximately .$150,000 for their are Incumbents it was during its operation.
part of construction cost, since Willie S. Harrison, Charles al period! was suggested. Senator ,

the State Road dept only required Rockett 'and George Wickline. According to Mrs. Creal, the 13tb Senatorial''Dist. ', '
$7,500 per mile for the Howard Lerch, is running for purpose of the meeting was '. I
nineteen>: mile s J. Mahanmm one of the commission seats discussion of the expenditureof
the Lewis J:. DinktM,...... .... ... 3 1 1 4 1 7L <
mile section. Flagler Beach voters will $25,000 legislative
for appropriation K. i cMVdI h........_. ..... 4 18
( ) decide if a city official shouldbe : Bulow which
and has to be B. C. J. J. McLanahan George permitted to hold two pub. firmly committedby : .
Biddle were elected Bunnell Ik offices simultaneously. This June 30, 1967. At the present
town comm........ Other qualification does not applyto time, $3,000 has been rebated Itete MOUN of P.:! w iI I I. I i I I ".
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eeHuntectoners serving on thee' the members of the Flagler to the Florida State D6et. I I I l
body were W. H. Beach City Commission presently Museum for archeological W. R. (Bt1n lieedr..,.:........_..4.. 11 15 9 9 1 2KLee '
) George Alien and holding two offices, but work with another: $1,500 soon G. Sanders.....----....--.- ; lSJ 16 U ; 2l
: Z. E. Booe was will pertain to the newly /to be released. Work under a I
mayor. elected officials. $5,600 project is to begin this Itc e ..... 0<< .... I I I I I I
( ) Electors will vote For or week. This includes walkways .... .... DIet. I I I I I
The"' Delaware Punch Bottling Against "An act to provide and fence around the James N. (Gator) leek. 991 { .
Company was operating that no person may hold more ruins as well as waterproofing Ed. L Bush.........,._....... ...:::::::: 91 ; ; 1 19 +r
on fall schedule in Ita plant than one elected office in the of the walls. The architects .
located on Railroad Street City of Flagler Beach, Florida, fee for this project was Nail Ueiau tIC asp.t )
next to fce lifbt plant & E.Buttnluraar while holding any other elective $448 and this leaves a trfkttlM. .. EeMSe ... ;, I
and C. L. Trultt office in any other branchof of $ ". that has not been Robert CJeoIN, h..._... _?..__ 51
ware the owners.' government. committed or released. A. H. (Gu) Qaig......................174 1 ( 361 t 61 .

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,.... mb JHaBlrr( OributuINCORPORATED Subscribe. ..., .. .'to,' The'. )Flagler S'..,"oI Xi. "V' Real Estate Registered Broker It has been my privilege and honor -

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a BUJVNELL. ,FLORIDA ,- BunneU Florida
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A.i."\ A.' i50. per year. in Advance, .. .. Flagler Beach for the past two
,. LEN WILSON '1 x I( :t. A .. . .1
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.- ....... BETTE News a EditorDesignated McDANIEL SISTER HINDUSpiritual years.

','-- Healer and Advisor
in the
Your vote! and support
newspaper fLegal all .- TOUCH OF HER HAND WILL CURE YOUI I #
Advert sing : ( Sister Hindu has the God given power to heal by prayer. election will be
She advises on all affairs of life. Every: one welcome! coming appre-
Entered as second class matter .;:You can see Sister Hindu at: '.
February 8 1911 it the po>,-
office at Bunnell. Florida under 123 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY ciated.
Act of March J, 1871.
.'" .....One Tear 'Open 8 o.m. to.10,p ,m. EVERY DAY .AND SUNDAY. "' -*"
.'Six. :.Month ... ...-,2.H....._..'LIS i : .' PHONE 823-8251 f..'. WILLIE S. HARRISON

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    room but you WOuld haveto adult on Main Street .
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    Agency,' Inc.. !!o. Cr.in'. Fre.h Florida Grade "A"MEDIUM

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    105 'North BAT Street_ .:. Phone 437 3171 7 No.Cans 303 $
    Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY

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    I would appreciate the vote and support of all .

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    4-1'HE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TlIUas.. MARCH 2. 1961 !i


    Fred A. Fruits Jeweler Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee Shop

    Is there a gift more lasUng In beauty and In value than a and Motor Lodge ::
    Jewel An attractive Jewel In a fine setting Is always an object "
    of pride to Its owner and a source of admiration to those who The famous Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee Shop Is the friendliest spot In town.' I; :

    look upon It. But the selection of such a gift requires the helpof It--seems like almost everyone visits the Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee .Shop.v "' I.IJ.J .>
    an experienced person if".the, wisest choice, Is to'be made. If some real good food at ; '
    can get
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    of Is that you :
    The reason course. ;
    about 'then the next best ,,
    you do not know very much Jewels 4 '
    thing Is to know your Jeweler. reasonable prices. 'i''a 1y'
    Bunnell '
    Fred A. Fruits. Jeweler. has served many hundreds of sat Whether you want a quick: snack or .a leisurely complete meaL the ,;;:
    Isfled' customers over the years. He Is experienced In a field Restaurant and Coffee Shop Is set up to serve you. They have that certain skill

    where few buyers have much experience. His integrity is your In'food preparation. that can make every meal a delight But all the skill In the I !

    assurance of satisfaction.Most world won't help much if the food Is not of top quality In I the first place. HereIs .." !
    people don't think of their Jeweler as a service man.
    but It Is a fact that with such an enduring gift as Jewelery he where the Bunnell. Restaurant and Coffee. Shop really excels. They buy only -, ,

    must be able to service and repair It over a period of years. the best '
    This Is where Fred A. Fruits excels. You may buy with confidence Their menu offers almost endless',varieties: and combinations When you have : '

    knowing he will be there to stand behind everything he guests and want to treat them.to:the.best take ,them to.the.Bunnell,Restaurant, .;"';. \\1 \

    sells. and. Coffee Shop for a night to,remember., And anytime at alL take your whole : eat -
    Before deciding on any gift. visit Fred A. Fruits and get .
    from to for a special night out f' ", '
    acquainted. You will delight looking over the wonderful selections family there baby grandma
    whether it be something ,for yourself, or a gift io a One thing you can 'always be sure of:: at the Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee .'::. ,

    loved one or friend. Shop Is a cordial welcome and cheerful services If you were the guest of honor \' :'. \

    Best of all you can afford to shop at Fred A. Fruits If you la a fine old Southern home you could not receive more hospitality and con ';':; "
    are of modest means. On the other hand. If you can afford the "
    sideration. i, ',
    most expensive Jewelery you will find something to suit you
    Visitors to section. often,remember a place In terms of the meals they have' d \
    that last '
    there. Drop In soon and make an acquaintance may a .
    lifetimes enjoyed there. In this respect the Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee Shop has done' '

    more than Its share In winning friends for Flagler, County. Drop In again at the' (.... !
    .' '
    'V< Bunnell Restaurant and. Coffee Shop soon. And when you have visitors recom \
    Citizens Bank of Bunnell .
    mend the Motor Lodge as a fine place to stay. "", I

    Where you bonk Is an important, matter that: should be t
    given" serious consideration. It Is one of the first questions askedIn Rodgers Food Store :
    ) :, .,
    any new situation such as credit applications employment
    applications club,membership applications lease contracts; Just If It has'been a longtime since you really enjoyed shopping for the family food .' :,; I
    about any new relationship. supply you should try Rodgers Food Store at 309 S. State Street Here is a '

    choosing a bank for your business you should use the I delightful change from the monotony of the ordinary supermarket Rodgers Is .

    same Judgment you would in choosing ti friend. Some of the runs 'by people whose sole aim Is the supply of good foods. They have never lost -:.
    questions should ask are these Are the officers of this bank
    you the personal touch In dealing with the food buying public and this personal
    friendly and accessible? Does this bank have varied .services I I
    account here well savings touch Is what makes all the difference. ,
    Can I have my checking as as my \
    account? Is,my money available to me when I want It? Do they You will notice the difference In the brands. AU the premium brands are

    have safe deposit boxes here In abundance and all the standard brands too. At Rodgers you will find ,

    When you bank at the Citizens Bank of Bunnell the answer many ways and suggestions for perking up the family meals making them more \
    to all these questions will be yes. }
    fun to prepare and more enjoyable for the family.
    But perhaps the most important ,feature of doing business II
    The,meat department of Rodgers will delight as they serve the discriminating
    here is that you are In touch with people well versed In all you ,
    financial matters who are willing to help you all they can. You public with everything from frankfortsand hamburgers to the choicest, 'Iof'tender ';. ,
    ; 4
    can enjoy the peace of mind that: comes with knowing,that all aged beef cut to your order by 'skilled hands. ,

    your money matters are in good hands. < .>: Rodgers Is modem In every sense of the word. The difference between Rodgers
    The Citizens Bank of Bunnell Is open Monday thru Friday
    and an ordinary market is the quality and abundance of the choices of fine foods.
    from 9:0 Oto 2:00 Friday from 9:00 to 2:00 and 5:00 to 7:00. The e
    drive-In window Is open from 8:30 to 3:30 Monday Thursday. and the service of butchers and grocers In the old tradition.
    and from 8:30 3:30 and 5(00 to 7:00 on Friday. It costs no mere In the long run to have the best so why not make Rodgers

    Their phone number Is 4373331. your direct line to friend. your family food supply headquarters. i

    ly service. addition to the best in foods you will find friendly helpful people thereto '. ..: ,

    'I 'serve you. Drop In today if you can. this week for sure. You will need no urging, :' .j.-.j.to .

    Flagler County Insurance Agency, Inc. return again and again. J" \ t\' ,

    , Located 105 N. Bay Street 'the Flagler County Insurance Harris Appliances -
    Agency Is In a position to serve the Insurance needs of people. ./ ".
    In this immediate area surrounding areas. Your headquarters for complete appliance sales and service In this area.Is .,,

    They write Automobile. Home Owners. Fire. HospitalizaUon. Harris Appliances located at 403 W. Moody Boulevard. .

    Bonds Inland Marine Plate Glass. Outboard. Workmen's Everything you need Is here including refrigerators, ,, freezers. washers anddryers : '
    Compensation Liability Burglary Mobile Homes, and if .
    ranges, dishwashers and small appliances.
    Insurance problem mentioned does not cover your problem. ,
    Right now air-conditioners are a popular Item. When shop Harris" .::
    chances: are they have a policy to fit. you Appliances
    While the companies they represent may be National orInternational for your air conditioner they will work with you to select Just the right one ,;,

    In scope. Mr. Peavy and Mrs. Audrey B. McKnlght for the purpose you have In mind. This can make a difference In your ultimate

    are local people Interested In local affairs serving the communIty satlsfatdon with your purchase as well as the cost of operation.
    In many ways, in service clubs, on committees. In politicaland
    Harris Appliances specializes in color television and many people in this area '
    civic affairs. Obviously they are In the best position to understand .
    your insurance needs and make recommendations for ,. who enjoy this modern miracle owe their satisfaction to the care with which. ... i ,;

    your benefit. Harris Appliances Installed their set. ; ,4
    One of the services offered free is a complete analysis: of Stereo is another feature here. .., TI

    your present Insurance policies. Many have found that throughthis No appliance however, is better than the man who stands behind It. Harris '. ..t..'
    service they can have more effective and less
    for It. coverage pay Appliances excels: In servicing what: they selL As an authorized franchised dealer :

    Insurance Is an important matter and should be handled they maintain a complete and efficient service department that is your assurance ,

    on a face to face basis with someone you can rely on. At the of satisfaction when you trade here. Call 437-3367 for service or Information.j.'a"'.,. .

    Flagler County Insurance Agency, Ine:.. you may select a qualified f
    agent to advise you as your family insurance man. When ,
    you buy a car. home or boat and Insurance Is part of the trans- Dunn Hardware & Supply Co. II

    action Just tell the salesman your Insurance: matters are handled Dunn Hardware and Supply Company. 106 S. Bay Street Bunnell Is a friendly jl I
    by the Independent Insurance Agent the Flagler County \
    store In the old tradition of independently owned and operated hardware store.If .
    Insurance Agency Ine:.. telephone 4373171.
    your need Is for a few nails only. they have a way of making you feel they

    are very glad to serve you. However if your need is for professional. tools and
    equipment they have these In stock.

    Their complete paint department featured famous name broads, as weB as

    AnnouncingI local broads mode right here in. Florida, especially for the Florida fftimqto.Every '

    home owner and heuseheMer con find something at DMBMS Me awe e
    am a candidate for the Bunnell City
    end Supply c. They maintain a complete ttste of plumbing a** elstUkal sve>
    Commission. I will appreciate your pies, together with expert advice for the doltyevnelfer.Their .

    vote and support on Mareh 7th. stock also laeiudes garden supplies, t eusewaes. smell tools power.

    took kHUers small apaMimiBS and fleetly Hiemmas of Hess fee eM yigpeses
    J. R. ( Rem) 'MURRAY *. '
    ta a ........,. task as out, tie headwate store Is em taeYeaesMeMe peat.el ., .

    deep to obey. I. Dana $.dwme sand. Seplly 0.. sieves eer hwa ftIT ..$..... M
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    Bunnell Motor Company Inc.The ;

    Ford Motor Co. is represented In our area by the Bun. '

    neU Motor Company, Intr 309 State Street. BunnelL -
    The Ford line of fine cars includes something for everyone. ," Quantity Rights "

    The Mustang haft captured the imagination o* the car buying WE GIVE .M' E"TTS Reserved a"'
    public as no car has ever done. Ford sedans have set new stand '' *** ,
    aids of comfort convenience and safety with their world famous, ti I'".. Good* V
    "quiet ride"" and of course the Ford station 'wagon line continues TOP
    to be the biggest most luxurious transportation your dollar Thurs., Fri., t..STAMPS' .

    can buy. VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday, .
    Bunnell rM6tor ''Co. 'Inc. maintains a complete and up-to-( March 2., 3, 4,
    date service facility.'Here you will find skilled mechanics using and 6, 1967

    the latest tools and equipment to take:"care'of}.service.emeS'ie.* 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. ., Phone 4373201Florida

    pair problems on any make or model. > .
    You always receive a courteous and...friendly greeting at the.
    Bunnell kotoi'COmpcmy.. Inc.
    Fell free .to'drop in.there at any time. They are''waiting to JI" .., .,.!.
    Grade "A"FRyERS
    serve you. If you can't come in call 437-3301 for a cheerful an.
    swer to any question you may have.. \ '
    : .
    610 S. State ,St. Bunnell TeL 437-3461 ,, ,'..Lb.Family .', > I 29p
    hole.J'r.'T': :
    t* .
    :Green's' ,Fuel 'Gas Service :Inc. P, r.,CJ\Y ",,,' .... $179 '

    5 Lb. Bar .._ .
    "- "" *' "
    Green's Fuel brings the 'comfort and convenience of city ,' '., ,,, '" '4..". '':''f, 'i.". '"
    living to folks like us who live beyond.city gas mains. Green's ,Lean Meaty .' .r; .." ,.' tI.; : "; ,. 4 '. .-s.... ;,
    unique service makes it possible for. Flagler ,County ,residentsto N'';' \. ;..., ., ., .. i
    enjoy the clean, safe, dependable and economical use of gas SPARE RIBS 49

    for their heating cooking. and even their. \cooling needs. Yes. .. .;.. i
    gas runs[ air' conditioners too. :, .: \ : :: 1: t .

    Gas heat silent clean. 'dependable' is winning new popularity Tender Select ..1" 'I..li.ir ,t, "t'I'' ,
    all'the'time. Today more and more home designers specify ". :< "
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    gas heat In the new homes they (build. Older homes too can BEEF LIVER ,,'//t: 'I !IW.\ '." L.I' "'.. 4' II" \ .490b

    have the,,advantage of gas heat and your friendly Green's Fuel ......._:._....,.......:;....._.:...../......... 1
    service representative will be most happy'to explain how gas

    heat can make your life more pleasant Armour Star. (Western) I
    Cooking too benefits from gas. Some of the best chefs in ,

    the world famous restaurants wouldn't use anything but gas : : 58

    for their,fine cookery as,the flame of gas is necessary:for the !0TRQAL Lb.. ............ ...........,................. :
    best cooking. I

    Green's Fuel in our area display a complete line of gas appliances
    : including heaters in all sizes from a small space heat Center CutPORK First Cut .

    er to a complete heating system for any size building. Also CHOPS Lb. '790 PORK CHOPS Lb. 590 j:
    kitchen ranges refrigerators, air conditioners clothes dryers. 1

    all run by gas.Vacationers I '
    and sportsmen too benefit from gas as the full Armour Star (Western) Armour Star (Western)
    line of gas service rendered by Green's Fuel includes small SHOULDER Lb.: .
    units for campers, hunters and fishermen for both heating and ROAST .6ge CHUCK STEAKLbWorld's Sge

    cooking.And. ...
    if you're thinking of building that camp this year youdon't I
    have to for Boneless is -+. Best
    wait powerllnes to be installed. Green's Fuel "

    modern service makes conveniences.it possible: to build anywhere and still have all STEW ," : Lb. :6ge Ground BEEF Z Lb. 990.

    Call your Green's Fuel man now and learn how modem gas ,'"t' 1
    service can serve you. '
    DIXIE, RYSTAL ., KRAFTMAYONNAISE Pillsbury Plain or S. R..

    Flagler; Be'ch I' '.. .,-.Ed's'- (Jure: : ". ,. 'tServlce.Statlon ; j SUGAR ., ,.. .FLOUR .. > J

    Hotel Bar .. : ,5 .Lb" ,. Qt. 'J 5 'Lb. '" .

    ., fag 47 Jar 47 BagLimit 47 .
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    If it has been a long time As ,your second largest investment ;':
    since you've really enjoyed your car deservesthe Limit 1 with $5.00 or limit with $5.00 or 1 with $5.00 or
    yourself, you should go to the best of care and Ed's Pure ,
    food order food order more food order
    more more ,
    t 1/I Flagler Hotel Bar. Jim Field. Service Station U. S. Highway
    ' the proprietor here has made 1. is prepared to do the job.
    i I'r I every effort to make his They feature the famous Pure Showboat (300 can) Sunlite ((300 Can) Everfresh (Twin Pkg.)
    attractive friendly
    lounge an
    products throughoutthe
    ! 4 place for people to enjoy world for excellence. Your PORK and
    I themselves together. Anytime car has the best of it when TOMATOES ps'
    I you have an hour or two to you put Pure in It. But they BEANS
    spend and you want to spendit do than Just '
    I more pump gas .
    ! in good company, go to the at Ed's Pure Service Station. 6 Cans 97 "
    1 Flagler Beach Hotel Bar. They are experts in takingcare aNiblet's Can 97 : Pkg. 47
    I Chances are good you will of your car. Every time '
    ! find the good companionship they check your oil they look \
    i that makes the time pass all over the vital points under the 12 oz. Kraft (Dressing) '
    I too swiftly. hood to detect of
    I The moment you enter the trouble developing any for you. WKCORNDelmonte 4 Cant 870 FRENCH 8 oz.Btl.I.. Z5e
    Flagler Beach Hotel Bar you When they see such signs
    know you are going to have a they point it out to you so ((1 Vz Can)
    good time. The atmospherefeels that you may take care of it Kraft (18 oz.)
    right the people are now and avoid big trouble CHUNK Cans GRAPE Jars
    friendly, you can relax. Your 'later on.Your TUNA J 69c. JELLY 3 iOO
    ,' favorite drink is served to you safety and convenience ,
    Just the way you like it You depend on service such as
    enjoy it in air-conditioned this, and it costs no more in Shurfine (Tall) Sun.Sweet .
    comfort Drop in at the Flag. the first place and pays big Canned Cans 'PRUNE Qt.Btl..
    : ,. ler Beach Hotel Bar for a quick dividends in better car per. MILK 6 1$100 JUICE 4Se
    ,, ;' visit or stay as long as you formance, economy and safe.
    like where you are a stranger
    I' only once. ty.Ed's .BakE7.ry"
    Also available is a completeline Pure Service Station Produce Frozen Foods
    also sells line of .
    to take a complete
    of package and goods Friendly tires, batteries and accessories. Tender Fresh Winter Garden "Everfresh (20 oz,)
    home enjoy. .
    hints on how to make your They also are expert at waxing POLE I BREAD' '
    favorite drink taste Just rightare and restoring your car's BEANS Lb...........'2303S0 8 oz. 95 e
    part of the services at the finish to its original beauty.Ed ; 4 Loaves............
    Flagler Beach Hotel Bar. Dropin says "Anyone: can drive Fresh Crisp STRAWLETTUCE .
    soon they are waiting for a dirty car but only the one \ -" .
    who cares drives the cleanest 2 Heads............. BERRIES 'Everfre.h'
    It will save you money when '(Reg.)
    you.D'O Red .. ", .
    you trade and will seem newer DREAD >
    YOU longer. No one wants to buya BAG APPLES, 950
    dirty car. Let us put your 4 Lb. Bag...:....... 4ge 2 Pkgs. :53 C 5 Loaves...........
    car's appearance back in ,
    strape before you trade orJust
    Special PtrmitFlagler to enjoy happier motorl p

    County's f"It is never too tote or too SO FREE SO FREE 4! FREE

    50thAnntvtrsary of soon ear to*. Start give your BOW at ear Id's the.best.... TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS

    Service Station and yon will Witk .pnr Kas< of With purchase of With purchase of
    ottos. .. big divide hi owU ((1) CooipMc' Broom $2.00 or more Coemetieior ((1) Pan Ready Cut-up ,:
    ....... end s.ddeYMr..ZJreisau
    July 1,1967 A ...... bev ttMl* ... .lr Dental Supplies Fryer
    -.-, _1MaIId oa V. X'--. C Coupon Void After Alter
    1INIf 1. .*.. ... Spar.svu ; r j- March 9, I9t' i ., C.-r.vrl '
    HAVE YOURS? dots a week. flfe else
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    ADMITTED Virginia B.'

    High, Mattie Love, Willie Mae

    Williams, Lou Myrl .Lewis,
    Tempus Culbreath, Henry

    Wells, all ,of Bunnell; Joe ssiiO C S
    Stoker, Caroline Steitry, Brad irlt Ir
    storm Cronin all of Flagler 1

    Beach; Jean Newman, Or.
    mond; Hazel Bell Williams,
    Deland; May Raut, Seville. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hoel Wilbur and Susan Sheffield
    of Jacksonville visited here and daughter Karen leave
    DISCHARGED: Johnnie Sunday with Mrs. Daisy Buck Friday for Jacksonville where
    Sloan, Jesse Rice, Donna Bu. les. they will reside.
    ettner, Carl Carroll, Arthur
    : -_ Woodcock, Mae Gill, Peggy
    ) Mrs. Margaret Marshall visited Alfred and Mary
    Mlssinne: Joyce Reynolds and
    here during the weekend have as their houseguests her
    infant Robert Pierce Es-
    son ,
    with Mr. and Mrs. R. Sturman, sister, Mrs. A. F. Chickering,
    6r telle Pierce, Sam Smith, Willie .
    while Mr. Marshall was on a Walpole, N.H.. and Mrs. Milton
    Mae Williams and infantson
    Onacock Va. Qulnlar also of Walpole.Mrs. .
    ; Lou Myrl Lewis and In. business trip to J
    f The Marshalls are residing in ,
    fant daughter; Clifford Dod-
    gen and Frances Arnold. East Palatka during the po, Marie West and Mrs.*
    tato and cabbage harvest season Agnes West were in Hastings
    where he is in the truck. Saturday to attend funeral

    JESSE H. McKNiGHTAWARDED ing business. services for George Beach.

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    lT Mrs. Leona Knight has Tommy Kahlert and his

    SCHOLARSHIPJesse moved Into her new home, roommate, Ted Metaklas, stu

    H. McKnight, son of 900 East Lambert Ave. dents at the University'of

    Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Georgia, Athens, spent the
    Flagler Beach, Florida has I Lillard and Bea White haveas weekend here with Tom's parents .
    been listed among winners of their houseguests Mr. and Tony and Mildred Kahl-
    the General Teachers Scholarship Mrs. Willard Keith Sr. and e>*'f.! Also visiting with the
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    ...... Loan for the Preparation Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kieth, Kahlerfs were her brother
    ; :: ,...., "', 1' "". ; of Teachers, 'according to a Jr. 'of Nashville, Tenn. Mrs.. and sister in law, Mr, ,and 4

    Miss Janice' Lovelace became She carried a long stemmed letter from the ScholarshipOffice Kieth Sr. and Mrs. White are Mrs. O. 11. Sutton of Pinck-

    the bride of Charles pink rose. Florida Department of sisters. neyvllle, 111.Frances .

    Robert Davis at five o'clock p. Miss Margie Lee Blakely, Education.The .
    m. Saturday, February 18th cousin of the bride, was letter, listing those who David Brown, U of F. spent Edmonson 'and son
    in a double ring candlelight bridesmaid and wore an ensemble were selected at the February the weekend here with his Flynn, returned home Monday
    ceremony at the First Metho- of the same design as 7, 1967 meetng of Scholarship parents, Dale and Rosemary from Atlanta after a
    dist Church of Bunnell. Rev. the honor attendant. Servingas Commttee has been! received Browni. weekend visit with relativesand
    Oliver Taylor, pastor, officiat best man for the 'bridegroom by the guidance office Bun vWeekend friends. Flynn drove up
    was his father, C. B. nell School. The scholarshipsin houseguests of Thursday and Frances made
    ed.The bride is the daughterof Davis. Ushers were Don Story both teaching and nursingare Walter and Laura Morris were the trip Saturday via jet.
    Mr; and, Mrs. T. E. Love and Richard Ford of Jackson given 'each year to high her parents, Mr. and Mrs.: A.

    ... lace, Jr. Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. ville. school seniors and graduateswho L. Salt of St Petersburg.Mrs. John Campbell has returnedto
    C. B. Davis, 3540 Poinsettia Following Ithe ceremony, Mr. score high on a competitive his home here after several
    Street, Jacksonville, are the and Mrs. Lee Blakely enter. examination given in weeks visit in Pensacola with
    H. T. Cook, Mrs. Z. G.
    tamed with a reception at October: of each year. relatives.Mrs. .
    parents of /The bridegroom.The .
    Holland and Mrs. R. W. Deen,
    bride in their home, 305 N. Pine St. The teaching scholarships
    given marriageby Jr. attended a district meet
    The bride's table overlaid Joann Crews and children -
    her father, wore a white .., ing of the United Daughtersof
    with hand cloth
    .a spent the weekend in
    ottoman ensemble. The dress the Confederacy at Jack.
    length coat featured a small over pink damask was centered w{ sonville University Tuesday. Orlando with her mother, Mrs.
    roll collar, long sleeves and with an arrangement' of Marge McCord.DON'T .
    white and pink stock inter
    buttoned over a princess line SP5 Terry Sheffield, U.S.

    dress of matching fabric.A spersed, flanked with by dainty silver gypsophHa candle- r Army WAC, Fort Baker, Calif., FORGET TO VOTE IN

    coif veil, fell from a sticks holding lighted pink ++1 arrived Thursday for a visit THE CITY ELECTION NEXT
    matching crown of ottoman. ,tapers. A two tiered wedding here with her mother, Mrs. TUESDAY.
    She carried a nosegay of white Scott Sheffield and relatives.
    cake was placed at one end of
    feathered carnations, pink the table.I I
    rose buds and lily of the valley with
    Assisting the serving ..
    I were Mrs. Edward Hawkins, I' 4k
    I Miss Jeana Lovelace, sister Mrs. John A. Clegg, and Mrs. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE AND
    of the bride, was maid of hone M. B. Fuller. Miss Gloria Anderson .
    or. She 'was attired in a coat- SUPPORT IN THE COMING ELECTIONFOR
    ( Daytona Beach, kept
    style dress of pink ottoman. the brides book. aF CITY COMMISSIONER, MARCH 7,


    BIG CRAFT SUPPLY SALE Genevieve PalczewskiJean

    BARGAINS GALORESTOCK ( from Dixiana Motel) ,

    UP NOW
    have a value of $200 per semester -

    February 27th thru 'March Nth toward, or expenses$133.33 per in quarter Florida,

    Colleges and Universities and '- I
    DON DEE CRAFTS will be reissued as long as .
    the recipient is meeting the QUALITY SERVICE
    646 N. Grandview
    Ave. academic and other require


    Jesse is a 1965 Bunnell High 'lIse."JlON PHARMACY,
    School graduate and is presently .

    completing work to. I
    ward his associate degree at To forKnowledge
    a'k' Daytona Beach Junior College, O
    and Is making application :to '
    enter Florida State Universityin
    I the fall of 1967.

    Information about either is Often

    the Nursing or the Teaching

    Scholarships and the Examination Real
    which will be offered
    v't' again October 10, 1967 is
    available at the Guidance Economy .'

    Office, Bunnell High School, or
    by calling 437.3413 during the I

    school day.CHARLES .

    Can u measure the volue of on'examination and'dia pno i
    4 R Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cookof
    Chicago Ill., announce the by your Doctor The fee paid: to him l Is not for work alone)

    birth of a son born Feb. 14 in It b also for Ws knowfodgi, for knowing what to day "
    ; Michael Reese Hospital. He
    weighed 3 pounds, 12 ouncesat
    birth and has been named likewise there are years of study and experience Mot are1

    Charles Allen Cook, Jr. a part of every prescription! dispensed. Consider thfe, and!
    ... !: Paternal grandparents are W
    DM Bunnell.Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook of note that the phanneeM'i fee for prefetefen/. .knowledge. It)]

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    My sincere thanks to ail who 7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUR&. MAR. 2, 1967f\! ''1.
    Holy Week 'Mar. 19 at Lake Wales

    worked and supported me' In ,

    Arrangements are being Singing Tower. the First Primary. 50th Anniversary Committee ';"I

    completed for the annual The Passion Play; which OJ
    Holy Week pilgrimage to dramatically tells of Christ's { '

    Lake Wales, March 19 through last seven days on earth, will Again I call upon,.' you foryour Seeks Information For Affair

    26, with churches and tourist be presented Palm Sunday at continued support and :"

    attractions coordinating. 6 p. m., the following .two The Flagler County Fiftieth Anniversary Committee Is I

    at 7:30 Wednesday ask all the citizens of Flag. Celebration and need much '
    Religious services will be days p. m. planning;a in July, they as help ;
    held dally under the directionof at 3 p. m., Thursday, ler County to Join with us in as they can obtain from "Old Timers". They would appreciate I

    /the Lake Wales Ministerial Good Friday, and Saturday at your filling in the form ,below relative to your family and returning

    Association. 7:30' p. m. and Easter Sunday'at electing a senator to serve all to them. This Information will be made available to

    6'p.m. the Pageant Committee and the Publicity and Tribune Anniversary ,
    Seven successive presentations the people of the 13th Senatorial
    Regular performances are ,Edition Committee <
    of the Black Hills Passion
    given now Tuesdays, District

    Play In seven days have Thursdays and Saturdays at FAMILY NAME: .........................................................................................
    been scheluled.
    7:30 p. m., and Sundays at 6 "
    March only thereare Again, thanks for the won NAMES OF FIRST ARRIVALS, IN FLAGLER COUNTY. (as area is j';
    Easter sunrise services will p. m. Durng 1' > '

    be held again at the Moun Wednesday matinees at derful vote Flagler County now 'known ..;:_..:.........w. :_...:....._...._........;._.......................... ." t :
    tarn Lake Sanctuary and 3p.m. ..

    gave me making me the fore ....................*...,........... ..-....:............_........................'...-1... .: .

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    Please return to John A. Clegg, General Chairman, Buninell, Fla.

    ::1 '
    .. : 1: ( KNOW YE that I, TOM AD- I
    \ AMS, Secretary of State of the PROGRAMSA
    ;; ':' State of Florida do hereby give
    ;.. notice that a Pint Special Primary week of Prayer Programfor
    Election will be held on Home Missions will
    't Tuesday. February 28, 1967 for
    the purpose of filling: vacanciesIn Monday, March 6th at the
    Legislative Office of the First Baptist Church of Bun-
    Florida State Senate and the
    Florida House of Representa nell. Programs anc\\, Prayer
    tlve Services will be held Mondayand
    : A Second Special Primary
    ;:; Election if necessary will be Tuesday at 10:00: a. mi;
    ., .h"-l held.on :1ak.It' h olr4. 19(7 Wednesday 7:30: p. m; Thurs
    =' and a Tuesday
    "f: March 28, 19(7. day and. Friday 3:30: p. m.,
    J,,:\.\ IN TESTIMONY according to Mrs. O. F. Alford'
    WHEREOF I have
    \' .' hereunto set my hand program chairman
    '., and caused the Great The public is cordially invited
    Seal of the State of
    (SEAL) Florida to be affixed to attend these special ,
    at Tallahassee. the programs.
    !a.,. Capital this Tenth day
    r xM1 of February, A. D.,
    1987. "

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    niAivcKiir NO. 10
    LEGAL AnvnnTI iK:>lRNT v Plaintiff'
    IN run rmrriT coi'IIT, EV- JAMES A,
    COLLIE MAE WEBB, 2481 Baxter Road,
    Plaintiff, Atlanta Georgia
    VII. You are hereby notified that
    DAVID B. WEnB. JR. a suit has been filed againstyou
    Defendant. In the above entitled cause;
    , /F NOTICE OK IIIVIT and you are hereby required to
    3 TO: DAVID B. WEBB JR. file your answer with the Clerkof
    I Whose residence and addressIs this Court and to serve A
    : copy thereof upon the plaintiffor
    Faye Avenue plaintiff attorney, whose
    Michael Landon and Lorna Greene,stars of Chevrolet "Bonanza", on NBC-TV next Sunday night KenMore Park name and address< 1st
    Watch Dan Blocker, Heaford, Delaware 1997S CHARLES J. LUKE II
    You are hereby required to 260 NORTH RIDOBWOOD AVE.
    : Ale with the Clerk of this Court DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA

    Now! Never Before a Sale Like This- ., your filed herein Answer against to the you Complaint in the not 1967.later than March 95, A.D.

    r above entitled cause on or be- If you fall to do so, decree
    fore the 18th day of March 1967 pro confesso
    : Don't Miss It! and serve a copy thereof upon against I you to'lIfher.lrfte; demanded
    JOHN SPENCER ROBINSON In the bill of complaint.
    plaintiff's attorney herein whose
    The nature of said suit being
    address Is 101 abreen Boulevard for Divorce.
    Daytona Beach Florida.
    Chevrolet dealer Is offering tremendous The "FLAQLER TRIBUNE is WITNESS my hand Und
    and during March only, your
    M Right now, hereby designated as the newspaper sail of said Court this list
    savings on some of his most popular options and accessories on his In which this order shall day of February A.D. 1967.
    him! You pick of be published once a week for 4 GEORGE M. MOODY
    most popular cars. How low the price? Just get your consecutive! weeks. HEREIN Clerk of said Circuit Court
    /' 2-Door 6T-Door Bel Air Sedan. FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO (Official Seal)
    .: these V8's: an Impala Sport Coupe or CONFB8SO WILL, BE ENTERED By (s( Julia Harvey
    AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH Deputy Clerk.
    '. Hurrv.' here's what you get: FAILURE.The Deputy Clerk 2-23-J-2-9-16 4t
    r -* nature of this *'iit Is a seal of said Court this list
    And that's not all-get this bill for divorce
    Bonanza car: -- ---
    , Get this with every transmission? Order it WITNESS! My hand and seal
    A pushbutton AM radio you wouldn'twant Want Powerglide at Bunnell Flagler County. ,
    and rear with Chevrolet's big 275-hp TurboFireV8 Florida, this ISth day of Febru- 'I"" :
    to be without. Front ary, A. D. 19(7.GEORGE.
    I guards. Wraparound front fender engine and you get them both at the.. MOODY As RENEW YOUR

    ::1. bumper lights are a touch of sheer elegance. low Bonanza price. Clerk FlafrUr Circuit County Court, Florida. DRIVER'S LICENSE

    f:;' Four handsome wheel covers for the Truck buyers save, too, during the sale! (Official 8
    I look like. Five whitewall tires Fleetslda pickups (Model CE10934)) with I By.DMWty) Clerk.Harvey BIRTH MONTH ''
    ;, dressy you special option and accessory packagesare Feb. Id, 21. :Mar. 3, 9, 67

    , a custom touch. available at Bonanza Sale savings. -

    (,t'. Another way you can save now: WHILE THEY LAST. You get a 175-hp V8,

    : During the sale only, you can add power a pushbutton radio, VOTE FOR

    15" steering and power brakes at a special chrome hubcaps plus

    Get them both for easter custom appearance, I
    ..: p**a ge> price. and comfort items. HAROLD HIGGINBOTHAMFOR

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    "c'amE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- MAR. 2. 1967 not to be stated. The form asks for the name, address and Miami PossibleConvention

    age of ithe student, the school and grade currently or last attended

    ,j ." (Required by 131.45 of the Statement of Policies) the school chosen for the following year, the appro- Site
    ; March 1, 1967 priate signature, and whether the form has been signed by
    I Parent the student or his parent. Any letter or other written communication For DemocratsCongressman
    Dear :
    which identifies the student and the school he
    Our community has adopted a school desegregation plan. Claude'Pepper
    wishes to attend will be deemed Just as valid as If submittedon
    schools for children of different
    We will no longer have separate (D-Fla.) said today Florida
    races. The desegregation plan has been accepted by the the choice form supplied by the school system. The namesof should move swiftly In preparing .

    U.S. Office of Education under the Civil Rights Act of 1964. students and the schools they choose or are assigned to its bid to bring the

    The plan requires every student or his parent to choose the under the plan will not be made public by school officials. 1968 Democratic National:

    school the student will attend In the coming school year. It 6. Signing the Choice FormA Convention to Miami Beach.

    ," does not matter which school the student is attending this year, choice form may be signed by a parent or other adult "John Bailey tells me he is

    F.' I and It does not matter whether that school was formerly a whiteor person.acting as parent. A student who has reached the 'age going committee to name the about conventionsite March

    a Negro school. You and your child may select the school of 15 at the time of choice, or will next enter the ninth or 9th and we should be ready

    r.' you wish. any higher grade, may sign his own choice form. The stu when the committee Is ready"

    R A choice of school is required for each student. A student dent's choice shall be controlling unless different choice Is Pepper said.

    cannot be enrolled at any school next school year unless a exercised by his parent before the 'end of the period during Bailey, chairman of the'

    i choice of schools Is made. This spring there will be a 30-day which the student exercises his choice. Democratic National Committee

    choice period, beginning March 1, 1967, and ending March 30, ,7. Processing of ChoicesNo which officially choosesthe
    natInal convention site,
    1967. choice will be denied for any reason other than over discussed the Miami Beach
    I A choice form listing the available schools and grades Is
    crowding. In cases where granting all choices for any school bid with Pepper In a meetingin
    enclosed. This form must be filled out and returned. You may would cause overcrowding, the students choosing the school the Miami Congressman's

    mail It In the enclosed envelope, or deliver It by hand to any who live closest to it will be assigned to that school. Whenever office on Friday."I .

    school or to the address above any time during the 30-day choice a choice is to be denied, overcrowding will be determined believe we have on excellent

    period. No one may require you to file your choice form before by a uniform standard applicable to all schools In the chance to bring the

    j the end of the choice period. No preference will be given for system. Democratic and Republican

    I the choice period. conventions to Miami Beach
    choosing early during 8. Notice of Assignment Second Choice "
    other school official is permitted next year, Pepper! aid
    No principal, or
    I All students and their parents will be promptly notified In Officials of both parties have
    i to influence in making a choice. No one is permittedto
    anyone of
    writing their school assignments. Should any student be indicated a keen interest In a
    favor! or penalize any student or other person 'because of a denied his choice ,because of overcrowding he will be'prompt.ly strong bid from Florida on
    choice made. Once a choice Is made, It cannot ,be changed except -
    notified and given a choice among all other schools In the behalf of a Miami Beach convention *
    for serious hardship.Also system where space Is available. site," he said.
    enclosed is an explanatory notice giving full details
    9. Students Moving Into the CommunityA
    about the desegregation plan. It tells how to exercise
    choice of school for any student who will be new to the
    your rights under the plan and tells you how teachers, school CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING 5
    school system may be made during the Spring 30-day choice
    buses and other activities are 'being desegregated.
    sports period or at any other time before he enrolls in school. An
    Your School Board and the school staff will do everything
    explanatory letter, this notice and the school choice form will
    t we can to see to It that the rights of all students are protected
    be given out for each new student as soon as the school system
    and that our desegregation plan is carried out successfully. "
    knows about the student. At least seven days will be
    SIncerly your, allowed for the return of the choice form when a choice is
    made after the spring 30-day choice period. A choice must RATE-4c per word. Minimum

    T Superintendent of Public Instruction. be made ft "* each student. No assignment to any school can charge per issue $1.00.

    j CHOICE OF SCHOOL FORM be made unless choice Is made first. WATERFRONT LOT MORN-

    \ (Required by 181.46 of the Statement of Policies) 10. Students Entering First Grade INGSIDE SUBDIVISION, Flag-

    This form is provided for you to choose the school your child The other acting of child ler Beach 200
    parent! or person as parent, every feet on lake and
    will attend for the coming school year. It does not matter entering the first'grade, or kindergarten Is required to choose boat canal. Ideal homesite for

    which school the child has been attending, and it does not the school his child will attend. Choices will be made under water-minded people. Irma

    matter whether the school you choose was formerly a white or the same free choice process used for students new to the Parker 2284 AlA Highway,

    a Negro school. No student can be enrolled without making a school system in other grades, as provided in paragraph 9. 439-2073. 21623329.4tc

    choice of school. This form must either be to schoolor
    brought any 11. Priority of Late ChoicesNo FOR SALE-Reduce safe, sim
    mailed to the Superintendent's office at the address 'above choice made after the end of /the spring 30-day choice pIe and fast with GoBese

    by March 30, 1967. If the student is 15 years old by the <}ate of period may be denied for any reason other than overcrowding. tablets. Only 98c at your

    choice, or will be entering the ninth or a higher grade, either In the event of overcrowding, choices made during the drugstore. Jan19Apr. 6-12tc

    the student or his parent may make the choice. 30-day choice period will have priority. Overcrowding will FOR SALE-Beautiful water.

    1. Name of Child ..............................._.._.._......................_......_............._. be determined by the standard provided for in paragraph 7. front lots, Flagler Beach. '
    Last First.Middle Any parent or student whose first choice is denied becauseof Small amount down. Low

    .. ... "., ... .. overcrowding will be given a second choice In the manner monthly payments. Call after
    .2..Age- &...J........................... """ .' to''" 'Y "* provided foVlh paragraph 8. 6 p. m. 4392394. 223.4t

    3. School and grade currently or last.attended. ................................ 12. Test Health Records and other Entrance RequirementsAny SINGER electric sewing ma- '

    ; Grade ................................ academic tests or other procedures Used in assigning chine in console cabinet, like

    ,4. School Chosen (Mark X beside school chosen) students to schools, grades, classrooms, sections, courses of new. Sews forward and re

    Nameof School Grades Location study or for any other purpose, will pe applied uniformlyto verse. All attachments for

    (-) Bunnell High School K-12 Bunnell, Florida all students without regard to race, color or national or making buttonholes, zigzagging -

    (-) G. W. Carver School K-8 Bunnell, Florida igin. No choice of school will be denied because of failureat and fancy stitch designs.

    This form is signed by (mark the time of choice to provide any health record, birth Certificate Fully guaranteed. Can be

    proper box): or other document. The student will be tentatively seen In your area. Make eight
    monthly payments of $4.91
    assigned, in accordance with the plan and (the choice made, or
    will discount for cash. Write:
    Parent ..........................._... (-) Signature .,._._ -..._.............._..:..... and given time to obtain any required document. Curriculum, Credit Manager, 1971 Cove
    I Other adult person 'actIng .. ,, { I ':'.. credit, and promotion procedures will not be applied in such Drive, Largo, Florida.

    as parent ..._.._.. (-) Address ..:;.....:!_&. ,._._.... ..._. way as to hamper freedom of choice of any student. Feb. 23, Mar. 293tp.
    r 13. Choices Once Made Cannot be Altered

    Student ............,..._......?..? (-) Date ...................o .".oo-._...A...........L. Once a choice has been submitted, it may not be changed, FOR RENT Comfortablehome
    even though the choice period has not ended. The choice is two bedrooms, two

    This block Is to be filled In by the Superintendent's Office, binding for the entire school year to which it applies, exceptin baths, large living room, din-

    not by person signing.It the of ((1) ing and kitchen and garage.
    case compelling hardship, ((2) change of residence Hillcrest
    student assigned to school chosen? (-)' Yes (-) No Flagler Beach, Wise-
    to a place another school is closer, (3) the haupt, 4392247. 2-16-tf.!

    If not, explain: ......._.._.._..........-.................._..........._............................... availability of a school designed to fit the special needs of a For Fill Dirt, Shell and Light
    FLAGLER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION physically handicapped student, (4) the availability at DozIer Work, call 437.3669,
    BunnelL Florida another school of a course of study required by the student, Martin Harding or Jimmy
    which is not available at the school chosen. Snyder. 1.12 to 5.26 p.
    14. All other Aspects of Schools DesegregatedAll
    (Required by 181.46 and 181.53 of the Statement of Policies) school connected services, facilities, athletics, activitiesand fields installed; Rota-Roter
    programs are open to all on a desegregated basis. A student snail shell. Reasonable prices.
    1. Desegregation Plan in Effect attending the school for the first time on a desegregated Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
    The Flagler County public school system Is being desegregated basis
    may not be subject to disqualification or wait 8-1-tf
    under a plan adopted in accordance with title VI of the
    ing period for participation in activities and Including
    Civil Rights Act of 1964. The purpose of the desegregation New roll-away with mattress,
    f athletics, which might otherwise apply because he is 30 Inch
    $24.50: 39 inch, $3 50.
    l plan is to eliminate from our school system the racial segregation
    F .a transfer student All transportation furnished by the school Jerry's Furniture & Appliances
    I ; of students and all other forms of discrimination
    system will also operate on a desegregated basis. Faculties Old Dixie Hwy. 2 miles
    based on race, color, or national origin. will be desegregated, and no staff member will lose his position south of Korona. 4373752.

    2. Thirty-Day Spring Choice Period because of race, color or national origin. This includes Mar. 2, Itc.
    Each student or his parent, or other adult person acting as
    case where less
    any staff is needed
    because schools closed
    ;. parent, Is required to choose the school the student will attend or enrollment is reduced. are FOR RENT-Unfurnished Two

    next school year. The choice period will begin on March Bedroom duplex apartment.
    15. Attendance Across School System Lines Refrigerator, heating: and
    1, 1967, and close March 30, 1967.
    No arrangement will be made cooking stove furnished. Inside
    or granted, by
    i 3. Explanatory Letters and School Choice Forms
    this school system for any students living in the communityit painting Just finishedand
    On the first day of the choice period, an explanatory letter outride
    serves to attend the school in another school where being painted.
    and this notice will be sent by first-class mail to the parent, system, Call 4373304. Mar. 2 Itc
    this would tend to limit
    desegregation, or where the

    or other adult person acting as parent, of each student then opportunity
    is not available to all students without regard to race, SPINET PIANO, must transfer
    in the schools who is expected to attend school the following
    color or national origins No arrangement will be made, or next 15 days. Will consider responsible
    school A
    year. school choice form will be sent with each letter,
    permission granted, by this school system for any students local party only to
    r together a return envelope addressed to the superintend
    living in another school system to attend school in title take over payment To in-
    ent. Additional copies of the letter, this notice and the choice
    ; sped:, write: Phfpp Piano Co.
    where this would tend to limit desegregation, or where ,
    form are freely available to the public at any school and at the 7523 1st Ave., No., Birming
    opportunity is not available to all students without regard
    the Superintendent's office. ham, Ala. 35206 3-2-ltc.
    to race, color or national origin.
    4. Returning the Choice Forms

    Parent and students, at their option, may return the completed 16. Violations to be Reported FOR RENT Furnished one
    It is a violation of our desegregation plan for arty sefKHt*official Ittftwent ktetwlor apartment,
    choice form by hand to any school" or by mall to the 48730
    or teacher to influence or coerce any' jMWefci i *'tte monthly, including
    Superintendent office, at any time during ithe choice period.A water and
    garbage collection
    choice is required for each student No mrijnnunt to a making of a choice or to threaten any person wttti penaltiesor fata. Call 437-3304. 3-2-lte

    settee cam be made units a choice is node first promise fawn far any choice made. It to also a vtolatfen

    .. Choice Form Infofmattai of. Federal regulations far any person to ish.nIde.a. fluan **- FOR SALE a bedroom house

    The school choice form lists the name, locations and grades sues, retaliate or discriminate against any mdMdwal on channel, city water. 308
    S. Ftaffler Ave, Flatter Beach
    offered for each school. The reasons for any choice made are (Continued on page 9) Fit. Call 439.2087. 322tcp'


    THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. MAR. 2. 1967 Krants Motors Inc. Bunnell NAME: Mary Grace Ceccarelll.
    9- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE Fla. ADDRESS: 9 l Oak Avenue, Milford -
    Lehlfh Builders Inc. Flagler Connecticut
    Beach Fla. NAME: Ruth Elsie Kuban.
    ( from page 8) Request for bids on & 11-foot OVftrtltr.et Tile Company Jack ADDRESS: 60 Arbor Drive SouthPort
    manual controlled type refrigerator eO Connecticut.
    for the purpose of Interfering with the free making of a with freezer unit all the Sand e'r Rentals Inc. Flat- NAME: John Fred Hesslnger, Jr.
    of war across the refrigerator. Bid ler Beach Fla. ADDRESS 10J Arbor Terrace
    choice of school. Any person having any knowledge any are to be received with the specification Sonic Research Inc. Bunnell, South Port Conn.
    violation of these prohibitions should report (the facts Immediately sheet to the Superin- Fla. NAME: Dorothy Lillian Phillips.
    tendent's office by 10:00: a. m. on Standard Rental Imports, Inc. ADDRESS: Popps Ferry Trailer
    by mall or phone to the Equal Educational Opportunities March 7. 1967. Flakier Beach. Court Blloxl. Miss.
    The Flagler County Board of T & T klInc.. Bunnell MERRITT H. POWELLPO
    Program U. S. Office of Education, Washington, Public Instruction reserves the Box 913Bunnell
    D. C, 20202 (telephone 202-962-0333). The name of any per. right to reject any and all bids.Envelopes alt Is further directed that a Florida 32010
    shall be plainlymarked copy of this notice be published Attorney for Petitioners
    son reporting any violation will not be disclosed without his Bids on Refrigerator one time In the BUNNELL- First Publication: February 16,
    (s) Coy O. FLAGLER TRIBUNE a newspaper 197
    consent. Any other violation of the desegregation plan or Secretary rlliitc published In Bunnell. Florida -
    other discrimination based on race, color, or national originin In which county the home LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
    LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT office of the above listed corporations -
    the school system is also a violation of Federal requirements are shown to be located.IN NOTICR OP INTENTION TO
    and should likewise be reported. Anyone a com
    TO DISSOLVE COIirOUATlONS have hereunto. my hand and STATIC LEGISLATURE OF1M7
    plaint to report should first bring it :to the attention: of local Notice Is hereby given under caused the Great Seal of the FOR Tim' PASSAGE OF
    State of Florida. to be affixed
    the provisions Section 608.38. LOCAL LEGISLATION
    school officials, unless he feels it would not be helpful to do Florida Statutes.f.ft each of the at Tallahassee the Capitol, this TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
    so. If local officials do not correct the violation promptly, corporations listed below, the the 26 day of February, A. D. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    same being Incorporated under of the Intention to apply to the
    any person familiar with the facts of the violation should the laws of Florida, and accordIng (SEAL) Legislature of the State of Flor-
    Educationat ; to the records of the Flor- FLORIDA REVENUE ida at Its regular session In the
    S. Office of
    report them immediately to the ida Revenue Commission, each COMMISSIONJ. year 1967 a special
    the above ''address or phone number. and every such corporation appears Ed Strau hn. Director l or atOtIa or afwf the substance
    delinquent for one (1) or March 1. Itc of which contemplatedlaw
    CERTIFICATIONThis more years In the filing of reports Is an act removing certain
    and payment of taxes under LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT restrictions from property held
    of desegregation was duly adopted by the Flag.
    Plan the provisions of Section by the City of Flagler Beach.
    ler County Board of Public Instruction at a meeting held on 608.38. Florida Statutes and that NOTICE OP ENTRY OP ORDER Florida, aa' municipal property
    under the provisions of said Section DECLARING ADMINISTRATION and more particularly describedas
    February 22, 608.36 Florida Statutes UNNECESSARY.IN "All of Block Eight (8) ofMoody's
    1967.Harold said corporations have been Subdivision of the Cityof
    Emery, classed as subject to dissolution RE. ESTATE OF ETTALORETTA Flagler Beach Florida, according
    Flagler County Board of and that sixty (60) days after HESSINOER, De- to the plat of Moody's
    date of this publication each and ceased.To Subdivision of the City
    Public Instruction every such corporation listed All Persons having any let Beach Florida, cdJafI
    \ below that has not In the mean- claims or demands against the Plat Book 1. of the
    ATTEST time filed Its reports due and estate of ETTA LORETTA HES- Records iClaer\ County
    Signed: paid the taxes under the provisions SINGER, deceased: r Impowertngthe
    of Section 608.33. Florida You and each of you are here- City Beach Florida
    Coy G, Harris, Jr.Superintendent Statutes, will be certified to by notified that an order declaring to use the above described
    of Public Instruction the Governor of the State of administration of the estateof property for any proper mu-
    Florida who will Issue a Proc- ETTA LORETTA HESSINO nicipal public purpose; repealingall
    Flagler County lamation at that time dissolving ER, deceased as unnecessaryhas laws In conflict herewith;
    ___________ m_ ____ said corporations. been entered by the Honor- and providing when this law
    KLAGLEIl COUNTY able T. K. MCKNIG iT. Jude of shall take effect.
    Charlies Bar Inc. Bunnell, Fla. the County Judge's Court Flagler Date: February 9. 19(7
    COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Flagler County Investment County. Florida. The total HELEN NOLTE.. Clerk.
    CHURCH Company, Bunnell, Fla. cash value of said estate was City of :Flagler Beach
    Gas-Power, Inc. Jacksonville, determined to be 15,000.00, and Florida.
    Flagler Beach Fla. was assigned by such order to: Ftb. 16-23; Mar. 2-9-67Continued
    CHURCH Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor

    Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. I .
    HEWS Worship Service, 11 a. m. I
    Communion every first Sun.I VOTE FORT

    day of each quarter.


    Sunday Mass: 7:30, a.m. Oliver Taylor. Pastor

    Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
    and Friday at 8:30 a.m. Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
    FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL Methodist Youth Fellowship,

    Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m.. 6:30: p. m.FIRST .
    Weekday Masses: Tues. and BUNNELL CITY COMMISSION
    Thurs. at 8:30 a.m. '

    Sunday ST. STEPHEN'S.Mass: 10:30 BUNNELL a.m. Flagler Beach : (March 7, 1967
    Max HalL Pastor I
    Weekday Mass: Saturday at
    8:30 a.m.PENTECOSTAL. Sunday Morning School Worship: 9:45.: 11:00. THE CANDIDATE WITH ONE PROMISE :

    Evening Worship: 7:30.:
    HOLINESS Wednesday Prayer Meeting: "I will work fog continued economic and efficient government"

    Rev. John Lingold Pastor 7:30.::

    Sunday School, 10:00: a. m.
    Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST
    Life Liners ,Service 6:30p. : Charles D. Anders. Pastor

    m. Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday
    Evening Evangelistic Service School.

    7:30: p. m. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship .. '.
    6:30 p.m. Training Union.

    7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.
    ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe Wed. 7:30 : \ ,
    : : p.m., Prayer
    Rev. Robert Stuart. Service. .
    Priest in Charge .
    Morning Worship 11.15 a. m. .1 M'VERY .
    Church School 11:15 a.m. THE METHODIST Flagler Beach CHURCH PROUD HAVE

    Communion first Sunday of
    Reynold Nelson Hoover.

    each month. Church School, 9:45 a. m. IN THE PROGRESS
    Three highway miles 100.east of Bunnellon Morning Worship, 11 a. m. PLAYED A -

    Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m.
    Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30:
    :.I..rx-'I,2T' p.m.Men's OF FLAGLER BEACH IN

    Club meets the first
    Monday of each month at

    CompanyFLAGLER 7:30 p: m.Woman's. Society of Chris. THESE PAST TWO YEARS, AND

    tion Service the 2nd Thurs.

    BRANCHSPECIAL day, 9:30 a. m.HASTINGS .

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    .' Dr. Joe Tolle, Deland District Flagler Beach Parent Flagler Senior Citizens '
    Teachers association met last Club will hold Its March 7 &c
    Superintendent, will be I I.Pvt.
    week and Mrs. Harry Strick meeting in the Recreational ch
    .. visiting with Flagler Beach
    land, president, presided. Of Building at Flagler Beach ;
    Methodist Church next Sun ficers for the ensuing year Methodist Church, it was announced
    day. He will conduct the last were presented by 'Mrs. John today by Lynn Clary
    conference following Krutz, nominating chairman, Club chairman. The changein Gary Watson and Pvt. Tim, Andy, Perry and Jen
    the Fellowship dinner. All and were unanimously elect meeting place from its Dean Strickland, Fort Ben, nie Blanton of 'Mayo Florida
    Interested ed. They are Mrs. Bill Cummins clubroom In the Municipal nlng, Ga. have won expert 350 spent the weekend here with
    officers >and mem
    attend. Jr., president; Mrs. Building to the Church was meter record range ratings.The their farther, Dr. and Mrs.
    bers are urged to
    Katherine Waltson, vice president made necessary due to the boys enlisted together and Blanton, and their grand.
    '; The Woman's Society of ; Mrs. Joseph Baldwin, ,use of the Municipal Buildingas will complete their training mother, Mrs. 'Samuel Blanton.
    Christian Service will meet secretary; and Mrs. Donald a polling place for \the March 17.William.
    '\ next Thursday, March 9th, at Kaufman, treasurer.The March 7 local election, according Lee Strickland, Mike Bross,
    4;, 9:30: coffee time at 10 o'clock room count was won by to Walter Creal, pub T, Estes petroleum David Johnson, Buddy Moore
    and special guest speaker at the second grade and Mrs. licity chairman. engineer for Arabia Gulf and Timmy Carmody accom-
    .,, 10:30.: Special guest for the Strickland appointed Mrs. There will be a covered dish Corp., has recently been trans. panied their scoutmaster
    day will be Dr. Arsenla Cab- Leonard Johnson and Mrs. supper starting at 6:00: p. m. fered from Nigeria to Kuwaiton Bob Wallace, on, a tour of
    1i ota je, of :the Philippines who Jennie Newell to audit the Members and guests are ask ( the Persian Gulf). He Cape Kennedy Saturday. The
    will'peak about church workin books. Following the business ed to- bring table service along spent three weeks here with boys are members of Troop
    the Philippines. A spec meeting the group enjoy. with food. The Club furnishes his mother, Mrs. Bess Estes, 495 which Is sponsored Iby the
    ial invitation is extended :top ed birthday cake and coffee in coffee. before leaving for his new assignment Flagler Beach Methodist' Mens
    ,, the Bunnell W. S. C S. Hos honor of Founders Day. I, Club.
    tesses will be Mrs. Lyman WOMAN'S CLUB GAME
    Gage and Mrs. Jean Chimpky. PARTY SUCCESSFULThe Pvt. Danny Fralley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Romeof
    Don't forget the "free to the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shill, Saginaw, Mich. were guestsof
    ,\ The Men's Club is planning public" Sidewalk Art Show "Ozark Hillbilly" games Flagler Beach is now station Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duens-
    a Sauer Kraut and Fresh Ham Saturday, March 4th from 10a. party proved very successfulat ed at Fort Gordon, Ga. with ing Friday and Saturday.
    dinner on March 17th. Ticketsare m. to 5 p. m. at the Flag the Flagler Woman's Club the Army Reserve Unit. Dan Weekend guest of the Duens-
    available from any mem ler Beach Recreation Hall! last Friday evening when ny's address Is: Pvt. D. E. Ings also Included Mr. and

    ber.. ./. over a hundred persons enjoy. Frailey, ER14975895, Co. B.- Mrs. E. J. Homer from Tampa,
    I ..-y ed music by Mrs. Francis i 4th BN.J2nd TNG-BDE, USATC Mrs. Dwayne Galbreadth of
    Bishop of Springfield, Mo. and Fort Benning, Ga. 30905,. 2nd Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs. R. D.
    Mr. J. O. Bullard of Flagler Platoon. Baxter and daughters, Debbie
    Fisherman's Inn Beach, :along with ,a skit directed and Gal Lee and Mrs. Ethel
    by Mrs. Bishop with Miss Amanda Panchella of Hancock all of Jacksonville:
    Misses Ann Bourne and Janet Bunnell spent the weekend
    FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE Cook as the characters. visiting her grandmother, Mark Mlsiasek 'a student at
    Mrs. H. G. Heydt was In Mrs. Jennie Newell of Flagler the University of Florida, was
    \ YOUR FAVORITE BEER AND SNACK charge of refreshments and Beach. the weekend guest of Mr. and
    Mrs. R. K. Hirst, the prizes. Mrs. Lee Bourne and family.
    \ : BARPIZZAOpen Advance tickets were sold by Mrs. George M. Moody and
    Mrs. K. N. Givens, Mrs. Fred Mrs. Harry Strickland spent HAM SUPPER TONIGHTThe

    7:30 a. m. Till, ? Closed Monday Marks, Mrs. Hirst and Mrs. the weekend in Fort Benning, Ladles Guild of the
    Heydt, according to Mrs. V. W. Georgia visiting with their
    I Boats for Rent-Docking & Gas-Phone 439-9211 Community Memorial ,Churchare
    Haines, ways and means sons, Pvt. Gary Watson and
    serving a ham supper tonight
    chairman. Pvt. Dean Strickland.
    (Thursday) at the
    Church Fellowship Hall beginning
    ... .. ... .. .. .
    '<':'! ' ,.-. -- 'v' . at 6 o'clock. The pub.
    @t''f .
    :" > ;.1 > ... >."" ,.,
    lt : ; .
    .. ,> 1A,6.d J; t 4 .1. > : :% ,
    r. ""' : @ lie is welcome and there is no
    S, f >f ,

    < : :'S :: > : 'ftt! 2< :.}:,. :.: .: nation,the is supper welcomed.at 7:30 Following p. m..,

    ;, .' < : i:' ;" .>,... pictures will be shown by
    IJ ep-sa lTlng' .H '
    ; ; : ) '
    "}.'.,<: 'r"' '<',. ; ./r ; ., :. ,. i;, : Rev. R. W. Dickert, taken
    :11 .'(trf. 4 while he and Mrs. Dickert
    were on their,trip too the Holy
    extensiOn phone : < Land last year. Everyone is
    ; : Invited to come at that timeif
    ; unable !to attend the sup

    < *. per. It will be a new groupof
    1 iA\. f ;jI pictures from those shownat

    $1 10 Senior Citizens meeting
    only ; earlier in the year.
    ; Ladles Guild meeting was
    held at the home of Mrs.
    Howard Counts on S. AlA witha
    onth"5 r good attendance: Mrs. Albert .
    ; Batten, President named
    .;t.: the following chairman for
    ::1 >. (the year: Corresponding
    1\ ;." retary, Mrs. John Schott;
    flower chairman, Mrs. Caroline
    F' try Swayze; dinner chairman
    Mrs. Ira Bordner; dining room
    chairman, Mrs. Harry Whet
    r'a d stone; devotionals, Mrs. Sarah
    Dickinson and Mrs. R. W.
    Dickert. A project chairmanwill
    be named at the March
    i, : ,, '.: 30th meeting to be"held in
    H I \ "'). Fellowship Hall with Mrs.

    Ij j I Bordner as hostess.

    d The regular monthly meeting
    w tr of the Flagler Beach Garden
    I Club will be Tuesday,
    March 7 at 1:30: p.m. In the
    Woman's Club Building. Mrs.
    Harold Burnham and Mrs.
    Hal Jordan will be hostesses.


    The Finesse Bridge Club
    met Tuesday evening at the
    home of Mrs Bess Estes, Hwy.
    AlA Mrs Alice Johnston was
    II' high scorer for the evening.The .

    ., group will meet Tuesday,
    March 7th at 8:00 p. m. at the
    r\ home of Mrs. Mary Gurnee,
    Palm Circle.



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