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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Flagler Tribuhe'VOL. Enjoying Benefits .,

It Happened in Flogler

CountY 10.20, 40 years ago Of Water System i

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ss NO. 10 BUNNELL. FLORIDA A great stride forward has
THURSDAY. MARCH 9. 1967 S1SO A YEAR
been made in
------ the waterworks
10 YEARS AGO .
system of the City of Bunnell.It .

Flagler County Cattlemen, Flagler Beach. SHORT BALLOT FOR Bunnell City is the first major changein

were planning a Quarter TUESDAY ELECTIONBunnell the water supply and treatment
Horse and Cow Pony race at Elects system since 1927. Water

their new raceway, six miles Mayor.Commissioners, and Flagler Beach Election customers, long suffering from

South of. Bunnell for March will have had four elections r hard water problems, lime

30th. within a 5 weeks period. Thatis scale in hot water heaters,

a lot of voting but, then, ResultsSixty iron content in the water, encrusting
The following boys of Scout voting is
a privilege that most
Herbert Fuller plumbing, a bill
high
was elected
Troop 172 advanced in rank, Mayor of Beach of the people of the world do percent of the City oBunnell's f for and
Tenderfoot Flagler InTuesday's soap detergents, etc.,
: Leonard Jankowski ,not have. On Tuesday we registered voters I
election with 189 are now beginning to enjoy
Dean Peterson Eric Kule- shall vote in! the second primary cast ballots in Tuesday's elec
votes. R. L. McNab
incumbent
the benefits
ski of the new water
Don Whitfleld, Jimmy seeking reelection of the election for the tion. 290 voted out of the 484
Miller, Paul Staton Be b as softening plant.
e Florida
three
mayor received 133 votes. Legislature. registered, electing city
Moody, and Charles Hodges; The. ballot is short so that it commissioners, C. B. Elsen- Unit II recently Bunnell's
Second Class: Dean Peterson, Willie Harrison, Incumbent, will ,take only a moment to bach Incumbent; T. H. Wads. water had a hardness on the I
Eric Kuleskl and Don Whit. was the top vote getter In the order of 350 million.
/ vote. The only one office that worth, and O. K. Herr. Herr parts per 1
field; First Class: Don McNab.Star' city commmission race with ,'the people of Flagler County receiving the third largest Although "shake-down" operations
237 votes.
Cecil Westbrook. Incumbent George still under
Merit are
vote vote will serve only one year, way at
Wickline on is State Senate for the
badges were awarded to David was reelected with 13th the unexpired term of Dave the new plant, the hardnessfor
Whitfleld and Gary Burdette. 192 votes; Howard Lerch was district comprising Flag ferryman who resigned when the last week has been on
elected with 188 Charles ler, Clay, Putnam and Marion
; he was elected to the school the order of 70 parts per mill
20 YEARS AGO Rockett 185; George Moody Counties. The run-off candidates board. lion and will probably be leveled
Sr. received 14 writein votes. ( are Senator L. K. Edwards out at 80-85 parts per
Candidates the following
Although bars had been Flagler Beach voters decided of Irvine (Matson) with number polled of votes million harness. Mayor C. B.

open on Sunday In Flagler to( permit city officials 4836 votes in the first primary Herbert Anderson 100 : Harry Eisenbach states /that most

Beach for more than a year, to hold two elective offices 1 and Senator B. C. Bill Pearceof Atkinson 75 Eisenbach; consumers have already learned

the question of allowing themto simultaneously ,by voting 117' East Palatka (Putnam) 112;' O. K. Herr ;101; Harold to reduce soap and detergents -

continue to open was put yes and 75 no. who was high man with 5368 Higginbotham 64; J. R. (Rem) usage. A little soap now

up to the voters. The election Only 325 of the 621 registered votes. Murray 95; Genevieve (lean) goes a long way.

results showed that 58 voted voters' cast ballots forth Senator Edwards has been Palczewskl 56 and T H. Wads During the initial weeks of
for
continued Sunday sellingas three 'commission seats J in the Florida Senate representing worth 105 operation, some water custom

against 27 opposed. and' mayor post Marion County for a Voters also approved an ers have observed scale or encrusted

O. Dumber of years. He is engaged amendment to the city char material in! the water,
F.
Town Alford Commissioner was retained as TAX COLLECTIONS j !in the timber and banking ter allowing the city commission freed from inside their service
by a business. piping. Others have found
to spend $1500 for advertising
write-In votes vote. He received 65 SHOW DECREASE Senator Pearce has been 1 in with a total of 53 clogged screens ahead of their

commission., reelecting him to the Gasoline tax collections in (the Senate over twenty years. yes votes and 48 no votes. individual home softener

Flagler County were $283.92 )He is a farmer and business .units. Such temporary conditions

Gina Wells celebrated her less than the January 1967 i man. Senator Pearce led the CLUB REPORTS are expected to clear up
collections. Taxes collected in 1 ticket in rapidly. These inconveniencesare
12th, Flagler County In
birthday anniversary at 121 MEMBERS normal in where
January amounted to $18,647.* the senate cases the
Youth Council race with a vote of
Saturday night. 65 and the character of the community
Mrs. Wells assisted by Mrs. February collec- !547 against 68 for (Senator There were 98 members and
tions totaled $18,363.73 for supply has changed from a
Hosford ]Edwards. guests present when the
Flag
served
refreshments. '262, 339 gallons sold. Sales tax scale-formin'g, hard water to a
During the Youth Council Flagler County's 2,202 reg ler Senior Citizens! Club met
collections amounted nonscale-forming: soft water.
activities table games were 613.23 for February which to $10,- j istered Democrats are urged Tuesday evening, March 7, in As a matter of preventive

played and winners were Jean $3,178.63 less !than the amount was 1 to vote In Tuesday's primary the Fellowship Hall of the maintenance, city forces undertook

Hoffman, Louis Stefllk, Naomi collected in January. election. Unless more interest Flagler Beach Methodist to flush out most of
Hosford and Junior Strickland. Don :is shown, the Legislature of Church. The meeting place', the large water mains. Additional .
,. _.. p. Meiklejohn, Direc Florida wlll.be was changed'from the MunlcV
-- ,' elected. by a -
-" tor of the- State Beverage \ flushing of mains will
40 YEARS AGO" De-pt reports that cigarette tax i comparatively. few -;t1zens. lpaJUBuIkliiig:because ,o ;'the.:=''-coittlriueas fime: 'permltsMost'

Miss Iva Coates and Miss collections for the month of latter was being used as a of such scale particles and

Osle Cooper were Joint hostesses January will be distributed ,to GIRL SCOUT WEEK polling It Was place. clogging (noted in the home
announced
at 3 o'clock Saturday the following municipalities. 'TO BE OBSERVED. that corning may be traced to encrustations
would includea
Bunnell $2,330.98 programs in the ,house plumbing being
afternoon ; Flagler
at the home
of Mrs.
film talk
Beach $742.25 Beach For those who are about to on highway safety freed.
J D. Barber ; Beverly
on Bacher Street, by member of the StateHighway
Misses Coates and $34.62; Marineland $80.42; throw in the sponge and join a In most cases homeowners
\ tertaining with four Cooper en Painters, Hill $17.72. the cynics who see little hope Patrol, and a talk on may dispense with individual
tables of for the wills by a local attorney.
auction future, the week of water softener units However,
bridge. Prizes were AUCTION March 12 to 18 may come as a Martin Fuelling, treasurer, 'reported if the unit is already owned
awarded BARN
to Mrs. :
A.
M. Mc. that
in 1
Daniel reminder that youth, hope and membership it can be retained for added
and Miss Lillian Cody. OPENS SATURDAYThe i high ideals are ever presen the Club now stood at 121. softening. In continued serv

These seven March days are The next meeting will be held ice, the period between regenerations .
The first self-service type of Auction Barn, recently (officially designated as Girl March 21 in the group's clubroom should be about four

grocery store In Bunnell opened completed bundling' on Hwy. j Scout Week. The theme of the !in the Flagler Beach times longer.As .
in Bunnell for business. E. 100, half mile west of Interstate birthday is: softening by the
O. Stokes was manager of the 95, will ,be for business < to Walter
open "Value to Hold-Worlds to Ex- Creal, ,publicity. city: is.quite adequate for most
new place which was knownas Saturday, March 11 at chairman.
,
the ;plore. The values' are, still purposes. However, an individuallyowned
"PAY AND TAKE" 1:00: p. m.
1 those instilled
by the founderof softener can
grocery.A. Bill Kinsey is the proprietorand < the Girl Scouts, Juliette FLAGLER SIDEWALK be relocated to soften only the

auctioneer. Mr. Kinsey is J. Eatman ART SHOW WINNERS
whose farm also the owner and
operatorof < the Scouts now, as then, I heater. This would extend the
had was about located on the Kings road, the Mill Outlet Store at i represent the highest Idealsof Mrs. D. L. Browning, Or- life of the hot water heater

ed to strawberries one-half acre plant. Flaglen Beach. < character, conduct, patriot mond Beach, was first placewinner by reducing scale formation.The .
he and stated ]ism and service. The worlds lira the oil painting division improvement of water
100 was picking on an averageof SCHOOL ANNUALCOMPLETED t they explore Involve the home, of the sidewalk art treatment,facilities was favorably .

them quarts a week taking community, nation, other cultures show at Flagler Beach (Satur decided in the referendum
to Daytona Beach, St. Final copy for the 1967"PINEA" i and other lands.In day. Mrs. Browning's painting election on December

Augustine and Bunnell where ', Bunnell High School this day when skepticism "The Pond in the Woods" received 7, 1965. Following this date,
they sold at 40 cents a quart. Annual has been delivered to
< and final
materialism are a blue ribbon award.O. planning was authorizedand

The Klrodvilin the printer. i rampant and many young W Miess, Flagler Beach construction using mostly
't\ Minstrel Publication deadlines were ]people are rebelling against' was second place winner with) city forces was undertaken.
'r staged in the Bunnell School met on schedule throughout i restraint of any kind, the importance his oil painting, "Autumn While construction by city
auditorium
won the plauditsof the school year, and shipment ] of such organizationsas Woods"; Third place winner, forces as time was available

tuneful the large audience by their is expected on or about May i the Girl Scouts takes ,on Mrs. Jasper White, FlaglerBeach from other duties required ''a
20th.
melody and side-split i a new meaning. The three "Weary War"; Mrs. longer construction period, it
ting comedy. There are only a few annuals i million Girl Scouts representa Harry: Evans, Ormond Beach, is conservatively estimated

available. i mighty force among American "North East Florida SeaCoast that the city has saved over
COINCIDENCEIn
youth a ,constructive ," received honorablemention. $15,000, as compared with construction
!
last weeks column we FISHING GOOD force that may come up with using outside con
mentioned
the Delaware AT FLAGLER some meaningful answers to In the water color and pastels tractors.
Punch
in Bottling Co. that was BEACH ,today's problems for all young division, first place was (More on Plant Next Week)

operation in Bunnell forty Calling all anglers Oil 1 people. awarded to Miss Anne Adams,

years Mrs. Milton ago. Thursday morning, your fishing reels and sharp. The Girl Scouts and Girl Flagler Beach for "Halloween ST. JOHNS JC WINS
Wetherington of en your hooks, the fish are 'Scout Week deserve the unqualified Girl"; Second place winner
I "', with Dupont brought an old bottle biting at the Flagler Beach < endorsement and was Mrs.' Catherine Roush, REGION 8 FINALS

j tt into the the company Tribune name on it Pier. Pier manager Cecil West. 'support of every 'adult U. S. Morgantown, Ind. for her The St. Johns Junior College
office. Mr* brook reports large catetMS of 'citizen. entry "Summers Glory"; and L basketball team, coached by

" while Wetheringiton found the bottle whiting were taken feom the Anne Adam "Still Life of Fall 1 Bill Tuten and assistant

foundation digging near an old pier Monday, and Hiring Fruit," was third place winner. coach, Clifford McGriff, won
.. Mm of the Dupont Saw and weak fish (trout sla) Miscellaneous division winners the Region 8 basketball tour.

t, '. Dupont that section wa operated In the are. still biting good "NlIIZRMAWE Sptcial PtrmitFlagler were first place, H. ]B. nament. McGriff, is a former
many yeai Bradley, Daytona Beach, IRS
r &*>. PIIA YEa geometric faculty member and
Lord, this County's50th aft entry "Spire in the coach, and resided in Bunnell
grant wish,
my
Sun" lifts E. P.
Fleurie
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t PL&In'Yor PARKWAYS that I may fish until my dy flag- tor several years before movf -
ler Beach, pencil sketch"F'rmnk" of f Palatka.
r And ing. to
lag day. when at last, the
The Qty of Coral Gable final cast is made, I humbly ; Third place" H.Bradley's B. The team loves Monday for

"; maintain parkways along 96 pray that in the landing net Anniversary "Mobile. Hutchinson, Kansas to play

r par watt of tt* 221 miles of HI fall, there peacefully to The successful, show was In the National Junior Basket-

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to the! Dorcas Class
hcstcss
Harold" Hoff jkt Saturday and daughter Karen and their Monday evening at her homeon
O.v F. ALFORD for Virginia to report far two granddaughter, Kathy West, Deen Road.
weeks duty in the U.S. Army ,
m 1ir HUagtrr plrtbunrINC0UP0UA'1E spent Sunday in Titusville and
D Registered Reserves. lie was accompaniedby Orlando. While in Orlando Jim and Nllda Cook of Tal-
RUSSELL, FLORIDA Real Estate Broker Mrs. Hoff and daughter, they visited with Mrs. Murtlce lahassee spent the weekend
his Mr.
Elizabeth, who will visit In Moody and daughters lona visiting with parents
BunnelL Florida Columbia, S. c., with relatives. and Nita. and Mrs. H T. Cook.
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Spiritual Healer and Advisor
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Dedrnated newspaper for all
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She 'advises on all affairs of life. Every one welcome! Lowest cost
Dedicated to dignity, service and economy.
Entered as second class matter You can see Sister,Hindu at: '
February I, 1913, at the post- by far in the entire area on any service of your choice.
office at Bunnell, Florida, under 123 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Act of March 3, 1871. We Invite your comparison. Serving all faiths. i iI
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J FLAGLER BEACH MAN 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. MAR. 9. 1967
\LEQJLL ADVERTISEMENT
COMPLETES TRAINING
< W THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
.' .' gRJoDFrnhRt\ Airman Joseph N. Bruce,son
,,, INPKOCAYB
; of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T.

NO. Bruce of 301 Conn. Ave., Flag: FREEPLASTIC
IN RE Estate ofEDWARD .
; M. SPIVEY, ler Beach, Fla., has been selected SEND FOR

Deceased for" technical training I DISH PAN I

Pursuant NOTICE to Section 735.06. at Keesler AFB, Miss. as a US. WITH $5.00 OR MORE
Florida Statutes notice I* hereby Air Force communications Ifl%
J', entered. given by that this an court order declaring has been Specialist lie recently com CASH MEAT ORDER

,'t. administration of the estate of pleted basic training at Ama-
, F EDWARD M. SPIVEY Deceased
as unnecessary. Kindly govern rillo AFB, Tex. His new schoolis
yourself accordingly. part of the Air Training
{ (I) T. K. McKnight, Command which conducts Lean Western BOSTON BUTT
County Judge Pu REfUNDON
Mar. 9162330. hundreds of specializedcourses
to provide the tech PORK ROASTlb.

nically trained personnel for

CLASSIFIED the nation's aerospace force. 4ge
Airman Bruce Is a 1964

graduate of Bunnell High EVERYTHING YOU

School. His address is AF1288-

ADVERTISINGga 5417 Sqdn. 85-CMR 2 Zox 7094.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE BUY IN THIS STORE* Western "SELECT'


1 BEEF LIVERlb.

... RATE-4c per word. Minimum pursuant Notice is to hereby motion f rnm that,' when you mail one cash register tape with:
and carried, by the .
rndder County Commissionersof 4ge
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charge per issue $1.00. Flakier County
\ the Regular Meeting\ of daaatj 2 CHEER BOXTOPS 2 JOY
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Service Station for rent, ma. Board held on the 6th day of (OlANTw KINO ills) r LABELS
March. A D 1967 Inspectors and (SlANT et ICINGNUI
Jor oil co. Call South Atlantic Clerks of each Election Districtor
Oil Co. Phone Palatka 325.2064 Precinct In Flagler County:
Florida were appointed and voting Streak O'Lean
39ltc. places or polling places for --
each Election District or Precinct

WATERFRONT LOT, MORN. were In designated Flagler County.for the Florida Second WHITE BACONlb.

INGSIDE SUBDIVISION, Flag. Special Primary to be held on

ler Beach, 200 feet on lake and e D.II.961hheU said of Board March.A. of. e 3geLyke'
bpat canal. Ideal homesite for County Commissioners of Flagler
County, Florida, having appoint' I
water-minded people. Irma ed the following named persons
Parker 2284 AlA Highway, as Inspectors and Clerks respectively -
and having designatedthe GIANT KING GIANT
KING
4392073. 2.16.233.2.9.4tcFOR following voting or polling
places for said Election: SIZE SIZE SIZE SIZE
SALE-Reduce safe, simple Precinct No. 1 "SUGAR CREEK"ALL
Vote In the County Commis .
and fast with GoBese stoners Room in Flagler County MEAT
tablets. Only 98c at your Courthouse Pearl Woods Bunnell.Myra Florida Wads- Srs 49 85 49 FRANKS

drugstore. Jan.-19-Apr. 6.12tc worth Geneva Rodgers, Inspectors. -
Beatrice White. Clerk. Limit Limit 12 oz. 2ft",.
FOR SALE-Beautiful water- Precinct No. 2 Cello Pkg. ::JJ ,...,
Vote in the Flagler Beach Recreation -
front lots, Flagler Beach. Center Flagler Beach, Limit 2 with S&OO or more food order

Small amount down., Low Florida.
Helen Sindelar Irene Maae- MAXIMUM REFUND $3M IN CASH
monthly payments. Call after more', Maxine Kelly. Inspectors.Catherine .
6 4392394. 223.4t Wilson, Clerk.
m.
Blue "SLICED"
p. Ridge
Precinct No. S SEE ORDER
BLANK FOR
Vote In Haw COMPLETE DETAILS
For Fill Dirt, Shell and Light Creek, Flagler tlti.laPlo BREAKFAST

Dozier Work, call 437-3669, Barbara Taudy Cody Bowden, Inspectors.Mae Kiefer Doris, HURRY-OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 15, 1967 BACON

Martin Harding or Jimmy Tucker Clerk NOTE: REFUNDS ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES CIGARETTES AND 1 Ib.Pkg..
I'rerlnct No. 3-A I:!
1.12 to 5-26
Snyder. p. Flagler Vote In County Church, Florida.Hall Korona DAIRY PRODUCTS ARE UNLAWFUL AND MAY NOT BE CLAIMED. ::II 9 C

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Alice Lyslak. Antoinette /Slo
fields Installed; Rota-Roter vak, Imogene Strickland, In pec-
tors. Sophie Smlglelskt, Clerk.
snail shell. Reasonable prices. Precinct No 4 U. S. D .A. CHOICE
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 Vote In St. Johns Park Pom-
munlty Hall St. Johns Park,
8-1-tf Flagler County. Florida,
Doris; Shamblen\ Hard. .
Mary -
Ing, Joan SIRLOIN -BONE : : :
Harper Inspectors.Aileen
New rollaway with mattress, Harding, Clerk. or ,.
30 Inch $24.50; 39 Inch, $32.50.lerry's Precinct No. 4-A
Vote in Masonic Hall, Bunnell "
Furniture & Appliances .
Flagler County Florida. ; .. .
Old Dixie Hwy. 2 miles Atnorette Wells. Jennie Orl'en. ; (
south of Korona. 437-3752. :reft7. Wrajr Clerk, Inspectors. Nina STEAKS lb. $109

Mar. 2, ltc. Precinct No. B
Vote In Community Hall Es-
FOR SALE-2 bedroom houseon panola. Flagler County. Florida
Phyllis Hlrsehl Maxine
channel, city water. 2408S. Buckles. Carolyn Raulenon, In*

Flagler Ave., Flagler Beach, specters.Precinct Maulse McKenny No. B-A Clerk EVERCANE Old Milwaukee (Plus Deposit)
Fla. Call 4392087. 3-2-2tc Vote In Johnson Building AlA
Highway, Marlneland, Florida. (6-pak;
Single drain washtubs on Margaret Collins, Lillian Arn- BEER tie 8ge
old, Letitia Legreve Inspectors. SUGAR 12 oz. )
legs $4.75. Hand wringer for Coley Mitchell, Clerk.
table top washer $3.00. Jerry's By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of FlaglerCounty.
Furniture and Appliances, Old Florida at the Regular Ib. Blue Plate 18 oz. Tumbler
Dixie Hwy., 2 mi. SL of Ko- Meeting of said Board at Bun 5 ,Bag 39C
nell. Flagler County Florida PEACH ORPINEAPPLE
rona. Phone 4373752. this 6th day of March A.D. 197.
4.f7C
LOUIS M. STEFLIK. Chairman. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order PRESERVES
FOR SALE OR RENT-Comfortable Board of County Commissioners

home, two bedrooms, ATTEST of Flagler rfo 8lrl'h'iorlda.!

large living room, screen COMMISSIONERS SEAL
AFFIXED
porch, fireplace, wall furnace GEORGE M. MOODY. Clerk DAIRY DEPARTMENT-
and garage. Two lots. Corner Board of 'County Commissionersof MAXWELL HOUSE
Flagler County Florida
Connecticut and! Leslla. Apply IT March 8. im. Pillsbury CANNED 8 oz. CanBISCUITS
McGregor or McNab, HillcresL COFFEEIlb.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE
ITP-Mar 9th
4For 35e

FOR SALE 50x100 Pursuant to Section 86.08 (S)
LOT :
Florida Statutes: notice Is hereby
$750.00 $25.00 down and given t a ; 3ge
No. 1 sedan :Jrl ..l9n6roMrl FROZEN FOODS _
$15.00 month. US Hwy. cense plate No. 8-21797. ownedby
--4 miles north of Bunnell. Charleo N. Coleman of 932Essex Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Road Daytona Beach,
Apply Mrs. Whateley, oppo- Florida, will be sold for storage Mr. G. Frozen 9 oz. Pkg.
site Fire Tower. Mar 9 TF and other charges at 10:00 A.M. _
o'clock on 23rd day of March,
1966 at Peterson's Texaco Serv Ea.
HELP WANTED (Male or Fe- ice Station) located in the southwest FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH FRIES lOc

male-Make) $30 up dally on corner of U. 8 Highway ,
No. 1 find Howe Streets In Bun-
Food route. Man or woman nell, Florida. Polo
.. full time. Write Mel. (i) Dean M. Peterson
part or Mar.1I2tc.. lb.
Heath, Box 2766, DeSoto Sta., BEANS 1ge BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE

Memphis, Tenn.
Mar. 16.23 2 tp ROY'SSTEAM Sunkist

CLEANING SERVICE
$17,000 PLUS NEW CAR AS Doz.
MOBILE HOMES LEMONS 3ge
BONUS for man over 40 TILE ROOFS and SIDINGS
In Bunnell area. Use car Guaranteed to Kill Mildew Quart
for short trips to contact cus AIR CONDITIONERSCAI1PBNTCII U. S. No. 1POTATOES Jar 4ge

tomers. Air mall A. R. Dicker- and PAINTING ".
son, President, Southwestern CALL AFTER thOO P.M. 10" 49*
MR. R. BOND. Flagler Beach
Petroleum, Corporation, 534 N.
Main St., Fort Worth, Texas Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794

76101. MAR 9., Itp

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: FLAGLER TRIBUNE mURS.. MAR. 9. 1967 JOHNSTON FAMILY SURPRISE PARTY FOR HAPPY BIRTHDAY NOTES
REUNIONOne RICKY DAVIS FRIDAY, MARCH 10-Esther
hundred attended the Ricky Davis, son of Mr. and Lackey, Alice Faye Bass Oddy
first, family reunion of the Mrs. Jerry Davis, celebratedhis and Opha Martin.SATURDAY .
Johnston family at the Bun ninth birthday last Friday MARCH'' 11

nell Civic Center Saturday, with a surprise weiner roast. ,Odell Hersey, Ricky Wigle,
March 4. Descendants of John Games were played prior to Frank Fleurle, O. C. Mlnton,
Baggs Johnston and Mary the serving of cake and ice Hazel McDaniel, Wm. R. Bass.

LOCALS Ketus Carter, who were married cream and prizes were won by SUNDAY, MARCH -Helen
, May 23, 1883 In Carter. Billy Fennell and Ric k y. M. Mindelar.

fiU ville, FJa., gathered together Others attending the party MONDAY, MARCH 13 -
for the occasion. were Rosie Miller, Vickie Frank Reynolds, Dorothy K.

Mrs. W. G. Lassiter, Atlanta, Bo and Bette McDaniel and Registration began at 11:00: Davis, Brad Fennell, Mike Formato, Robert Reed, Glen
a.m. and a covered dish din. Cannon, Scott Harris, Dale Miller Sr., Valerie Ann Win-
Butch and A. M. McDaniel
Ga., is the houseguest of her son
ner was served at 12:30.: Johnson, and Iris and Robin kleman, All en Treadwell,
j son In law and daughter, Lew visited in Ocala Sunday with
Shelton Following the dinner a business Parrish. Assisting Mrs. Davis Bebe Moody.
and Donna Wadsworth.Mrs. Owen and Margaret
conductedand were Ricky's grandmother, TUESDAY
and family. meetng was MARCH 14 -
Lily Creal had as her the group unanimously Mrs. R. R. Mosby, his great Henry Treadwell, Elsie White,
houseguests last week Mrs. agreed to make !the affair an aunt, Mabel Williams and Randy Dykstra, Dale R. Buchanan
Mrs. John Farmer of Man annual event. Officers electedto Mrs. W. E. Fennell. and Rhonda Herring.
Nell Peterson of Buffalo, Ky.; '
Ohio arrived fora the association were AB
Mrs. Rebecca Bush, Jacksonville tura, Friday
and Mrs. Walter Crady visit with her sons, and Johnston, president; Walton
;
Louisville, Ky. their families, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, vice president; Mrs.
Carl Bratcher and Mr and Mose Atkinson, secretary and
'
Visiting here Monday with Mrs. Robert Bratcher. treasurer.
Various items in'
displayed
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells
eluded a family tree depicting BUNNELL THEATREREOPENING
were her sisters, Mrs. Willie Mrs. Robert Cook entertained
Louisiana, Titusville; Mrs. with a luncheon Friday at the family geneaology com
Wessle Kearns and her grand. her home, Magnolia Ave., hon piled by Mrs. Z. G. Holland;
THURSDAY MARCH 9th
The Johnston Coat of Arms ,
and ;
son Ronald McCullers of Vero oring Mrs. Jean Bchnuck
Beach; Mrs. Ernestine Cunningham Mrs. Dolores Mittler, who are portraits of the ancestors,
'
'and Mrs. Essie Mae visiting here from St. Louis, sketched in pencil by Marcia
Mclnarnay of Jacksonville. Mo. Mrs. Tony Kahlert and Johnston; an oil painting of
Mrs. Mclnarnay will remain Mrs. Bo McDaniel were also the Johnston homestead 'by Doors Open 7:00 p. m. -:. Show at 7:30 p. m.
Don Moore and several old
,
for several weeks visit. guests.
family photographs. Every Night Except Wednesday
Children of the family at.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig Mrs. Lillian Burrows has tending were Mrs. Mattie Pel- \
spent the weekend in Belle sold her home, 801 East Lam lacer, Mrs. Katherine Banks-

Glade with their son in law bert, to Mr. and Mrs. HenryM. ton, Mrs. Edward Copeland,
and daughter, Billy and Carol Durland.J. .
and a daughter in law, Mrs.
_Deen, and daughter Caroline. Alice Johnston. Mrs. Mary Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 9.10.11'a

Spencer of Orlando was un I
B. High of Miami spent
Tax Collector Dale Brown the weekend here visiting able to attend. ORIGINAL FULL LENGTH UNCUT VERSION
was in ''Winter Haven Wed
nesday through Friday at. with his mother, Mrs. VirginiaB. CECIL B. DeMILLE'S
"
medical
High. Mrs. High is a
tending a state tax collectors
convention.Don patient at :Bunnell General BHS BAND TO "THE TENCOMMANDMENTS11
Hospital. DISTRICT CONTESTThe .

Bunnell School .
High
and Nell Cartmill and '
"Biggest Little Band in Dixie"will
son Jim,of Plant City visited
participate !in the District I
SHRINERS WILL
here during the weekend with
4 Concert Band Contest Saturday
MEET TONIGHTThe Color3Ix
her parents, AB and Ria John
ston. Flagler Shrine Club March 11 at Fernandina
meets tonight at 7:30: p. m. at Beach. HOURS LONG .

Weekend guests of Zach and Malphurs Restaurant for their Fifty.five band students
Mary Ketus Holland were regular business-dinner meet- will board the school buses at
4:00: a.m. for the trip. The concert .
,
their sons, Zachary Holland of Ing.All
Tifton, Ga. and Grant and members are reminded appearance is scheduledfor
Margaret Holland and son to attend. 8:30 a.m., according to A. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, March 1213.14

Vince of Rome, Ga. Webber, bandmaster.
Double Feature"SHANE" -

NEIGHBORS CLUB MEETING
:Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Outlaw
and children of St: Simons The Espanola NeighborsClub SermonRev.
Weekly
met Monday, Feb. 27 at
Island
Ga., were the weekend
houseguests ,of Herschel and the home of Mrs. Joyce Patrick Oliver F. Taylor Pastor Color ?.
f "
Peggy King. Espanola, for their regular Bunnell Methodist Church '

monthly meeting.The SENSELESS CONTROVERSIES "GIRLS ON THE BEACH"Color '
hostess served refreshments
Several years ago in Dade
Dr. E. L. Caudill and Julian to twelve members at County a minor traffic acci

Caudill of Elizabethton, Tenn., tending. The club will meet dent resulted in the death of

returned home Tuesday after Thursday, March 16 at 9:3Q: a man. This man was uninjured
several days visit here with a.m. at the home of Mrs. in the accident:, but diedas CLOSED WEDNESDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden. Agnes West on Deen Road. the result of being hit on

the head with a tire iron. This

killing was senseless. A routine Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 16.17.18
matter exploded, and one

GEORGIA BOY'S OPENING man was dead and the other NANCY SINATRA in
served a long jail sentence.
Both men left their automobiles -

with their tempersout "THE WILD ANGELS" .
of control, and became

AUCTIONTRUCK involved in a fight defendingtheir
rights. Less than fifty
dollars worth of damage left

'! one man dead, a widow, and
,
three children without a
father, and the other man die t wPrerniptioa

went to Jail and left a wife to MA -

support two small children I l! Pharmacists- ,- ,
lOAD while he paid the price for a

moment of what he felt was

personal triumph. A .
There are enough issues in
life with importance to hold .... .
NEW FURNITURE
the attention of everyone. Paul
advised Timothy to be concerned
with worth while

.things. It is a shame the ter. A scale in every home might be very
rible prices that are often paid
t 1001 ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM for a. moment of stupidity. beneficial l to personal health, for weightis

"Have nothing to do with an excellent guide to future wellbeingand
stupid senseless controversies
,
should be watched
-
; you know that they breed carefully ,
quarrels." II Timothy 2:23.
There is no short-cut to weight control.
40 GEORGIA HAMS
. With CARD deepest OF THANKS gratitude I With each person, it is an individual l

extend this word of thanksto problem, and subject to personal l dis )

my friends for the gifts, cipline.
GIVEN AWAYSALE cards, flowers and visits dur
ing my stay in the hospital.I .
Normal living and eating are likely the 1
would like to to thank! Dr.
Canakaris and Dr. Blanton keys to health. If over-weight or underweight 4
and their entire staff for their
see your Doctor. He is the one '
kindness and thoughtfulness.
STARTS 1:00 P. M. Anthony Kahlert. qualified to determine the necessity and -

prescribe for such treatment.
THANK YOU

SATURDAY Our recent low leaves us t>
MARCH with grateful hearts toward Only with his guidance shook! you

neighbors airs friends. Their engage ifl any weight costrol project..
comforting expressions of
sympathy and thoughtfulness
will be remembered.The .
Located State Road 100 Midway Between Bunnell always
families of
and Flagler Beach :Mrs.. Mary Bros and chikten ANDERSON'S DRUG STORE

and IMHHtKL FLA MfMfE4m1 ..8116
Mr. and Mrs Reward Letch



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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- MAR. 9. 1967 t.. '. TOURNEY AT RIO PINAR LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
\
I The second annual Florida NOTICE OP ENTRY OP ORDER
. -.. DECI.UUNU AD'IINI5TIU.TION
-
Citrus Open Golf tournament, UNNECESSARY.
: '
..r ; '". .$,"I!.S,1, \,. A'\R. ,Vv' <. 1'f' ::..kl11's" ewrixy1h .," Mar. 6.12 at Rio Pinar Country IN HF ESTATE OF ETTA
ia d .. "" : Club in Orlando, will have LORETTA. HESSINOER, Deceased

all the big names in pro golf To All Persons having
', .., L any
,
"" t'. ; competing. claim or demand. against the
1 ; .. I' estate
.f t,1' of ETTA LORETTA HES-
../:11': r.'i ',.,. ,'. SINGER deceased:
: You and each of you are here-
,. I.. by notified that an order declarIng
iI! )'. 3 GALLONS '4'.95 administration of the estate

;, INTERIOR of ETTA LORETTA HESSINO-
-. or EXTERIOR
ER, deceased, aa unnecessary
i: :: } 'VINAL LATEX has been entered by the Honorable *

I .. (Plus TV Stamp) the County T K McKNIOHT.Judge' Court Judge Flag.ter of

.: t MARY CARTER :;J: cash County value, of Florida.laid estate The total was

934 MA10AVB.. PH. 213-0111 determined to be $5,000.00. and
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA was assigned by such order to:
NAME: Mary Grace Ceccarelll
:
ADDRESS: 98 Oak Avenue, Mil-
f } 1 ford. Connecticut.
NAME: Ruth Elate Kuban.
ADDRESS: CO Arbor Drive, South
Port, Connecticut.
HASTINGS MATTRESS NAME: John Fred Heaslnger, Jr.
ADDRESS 102 Arbor Terrace,
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS South Port Conn.
NAME: Dorothy Lillian Phillip.
'I t 710-12 Lemon St. ADDRESS: Poppa Ferry Trailer
Court. BIloxf/MIs*,
I' Palatka Florida MERRITT H. POWELL
ro BOX 924 .tr'
Phone EA 5-9166 Bunnell. Florida 32010
r Furaltu-% Upholstering Attorney for Petitioner
I Repaired & Refinished First 1967.Publication: February 19,

Mattresses & Box Springs
"*
'" Made xo Order Also Renovated LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT"!
:
Call Laura Morris 437-3233
I ... NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
.
,' After 6:00 P. M. APPLY TO Till FLORIDA
!STATE LFOIgLATURH OF
\' f PRICES REASONABLE. 1067 FOR TilE PASSACF OF
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. LOCAL LFOISLATIONl
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
:
J !.' ( Just as near as TOUT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Phone or Post Office of the Intention to apply to the
...., Drop Us A Card or Call Legislature of the State of FlorIda
at Ha regular session In the
Free &
4i ; Pick-up Delivery year 1967 for passage of a special -
t or local bill, or law the substance
of which contemplated
'U 1L law !I. an act removing certain
t 'orgr property held
by the Planer Beach,
Florida, municipal property
I and rea particularly: describedaa
"All of Block Eight (8) of
Moody Subdivision I of the Cityof
AlexanderLumber Flagler Beach, Florida, according
I'
to the plat of Moody"
DISCOVER how marvelous Subdivision of the City of Flag
". CompanyFLAGLER ler Beach Florida recorded Tn
Plat Book 1, Page the
:nameless Electric Cooking really is. Public Records of la 1erobo -
BRANCHSPECrAL ty, Florida", and empowering
the City of Flagler Beach, Florida
to use the above described

r; Faster cleaner. cooler safer. "Waterless" cooking: retains, property public for any proper; repealingall municipal .

; vitamins and minerals.Meat shrinkage is minimized. laws In conflict: herewith,
and providing when this law
'" Automatic time and temperature controls mean better results-added shall take effect
\ Date: February 9, 19(7
hours of free time. TO SAVE MONEY HELEN NOLTE, Clerk

Go First Class..see the new model ranges with the easy-to-deaa City Florida of Flagler Beach,

dealer Discount Paint Feb. 16-23; Mar. 2-9-67
: :features and other improvements.your electric appliance today Quantity
"
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,

SALESaving. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, !*KVRNTII -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR PLAGLER COUNTY.
KI.OHIUA
) THERE'S NO MATCH FOR up to 20% on CIVIL ACTION NO. t DIV. A
I..t FLAMELESS ELECTRIC... B COLLIE :MAE WEBB,
'A clean break with the past Exterior-Interior Plaintiff,

.::, Ma.onry-Wood Paint, 1?AVID B vs.WEBB JR. ;,
,
.. Defendant .
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Let us assist you with our TO: DAVID NOTICE B. WEBB OP !SUIT JR. :

HELPING BUILD FLORIDA remodeling or home Whose Is: residence and address

improvement service. Faye KenMore Avenue Park

Seaford. Delaware 19973 \
You are hereby required to
.. I file with the Clerk of this Court
your_ _Answer to the Complaint
died herein against you in the
above entitled cause on or before
the 18th day of March, 1967
and serve a copy thereof upon
JOHN SPENCER ROBINSON,
plaintiff attorney herein whose
address ia 161 Seabreeze Boulevard -
Daytona Beach Florida.
The rLAOLER TRIBUNE la
hereby designated as the newspaper
In which this order shall
be published once a week for 4
consecutive weeks HEREIN
FAIL NOT OR A DnCRBMPROCONFUBSO < ,
WILL BE BNTKRBDAOAIN8T
YOU FOlt SUCH
FAILURE I

I I would like to take this opportunity to S ; bill The for nature divorce of this suit is i a

_. .. ;. WITNESS My hand and seal
at Bunnell, Flagler County,
; Florida, this 13th day of February -

thank you for your Loyal Support and A GEORGE D Clerk 1967 Circuit MOODY Court, As ;;,'

N Pla. l.r County, Florida
q f (Official Seal)
By (s) Julia R Harvey
vote in the February 28 Democratic Deputy Clerk, <
Feb 16, 23. Mar 2, 9, 67
if r
g s
11 OAL ADVIIRTHHMBWT 4IV
Primary. :
5 ( TIIM CIRCUIT COURT OP
5 5 5 *ACil.KH f:COUNTY PI.OltlUAIIV
CIIANCPRY NO. 10 ':
FERNS SHEATS, ,
\ Plaintiff

Again let 'me say .. JAMES A va HEATS. Defendant '

NOTICE TO I1PPHNI) '
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
S JAMBS A. BHIlA1',
S441 ,Baxter Road,

You Atlanta are hereby Georgia notified that'
a suit ha been filed agalnit

and lyouharebherebytrO.equir ,
ed to
74d4 file your answer with the Clone
of this Court, and to serve a
copy thereof upon the plaintiff
or plaintiff attorney, whoa
name and address Is:
S CHARLJBB LUKB. II
1 ? NORTH RIDGSI WOOD AVB.
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDAnot
later than March SB, AD,
1967.

Jt confeaao you fall t.ufo,:, satemended deer

you for the relief ..-
In the Mil of .........
The nature of said nit.......


L. K. EDWARDS Jr. for Divorce.all WITNESS of Mid my COurt ha.4 thl. it

OBOROB day said of February, A.. I

Clerk(Official; of Seal Circuit Court

By' C8C Julia Harvey,
Deputy Clerk.

Candidate for State Senator District 13 sea of aatd 2232tll Court thta I SIMillbeli.
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(VI4 Polttto AAvert.sas..t) I .

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BERMUDA Bermuda, with Patrol: Squad.
RETURNS FROM
BEACH BAND
FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., MAR. 9, 1967 FLAGLER
< PRESENTS PROGRAM ron (VP)-45.
Lt. J.G. Arthur
Navy Reserve
The beginning band students
GIRLS AUXILIARY HAS of the Flagler Beach Carle, son of Mr. and While in Bermuda, he help.
"Holiday On Ice"At PROGRESSIVE SUPPER Elementary School presenteda Mrs. Ray Carle, 111 N. OrangeSt. ed to carry out the squadron's
Ten members of the Inter- music program Friday aft. ., has returned to the Naval missions of antisubmarine
i Jax ColiseumA mediate Girls Auxiliary of the ernoon. The selections played Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla., warfare and shipping surveillance
from a six month deploymentto over the vast expansesof
First Baptist Church of Bun were: "I Love You Truly,
Kindley Air Force Base, the Atlantic Ocean.
of stars headed by nell attended a progressive "The Victors, "SouthernRoses
Ronnie galaxy Robertson, the world's supper and study course Tuesday ," "Billy Boy," 'Skip To .. ....-- ... ....",.
finest skater and Petra Burka, Feb. 28. M'Lou," "Blue Tail Fly,"
the 1965 world's women's The group met at the homeof "Home on the Range," "Red BUDDY KNOX
champion enliven seven speCtacular Miss Elaine Murray for a River Valley," "When the
productions In the salad course and then progressed Saints Go Marching In," and ;j yom
1967 edition of "Holiday On to the home of Mrs. "Away We Go." 4_
Ice." This all new skating ex- Gordon Shields for the main The band, under the direct STAMP ommmn* SINCLAIR
travaganza even more elaborate course. The dessert course was tion of Mr. Addison Webber
served at the home of Mrs. DEALER
than past revues. Thereis has the following members:
great skating, glamorous Marvin Parker. Cheryl Hoskins, Patty Reyn HEATING OILS ICE
costumes, wonderful music, olds, Robin Parrish, Carl INDUSTRIAL HOME AND TRUCK. HOME AND
of and unusual Lerch amd Jon Wilder, Fourth
lots comedy
lighting and special effects, Grade; Rodney Law and Bunnell Sinclair Service Station

all wrapped up in :the two cHURcH Frank Bryon, Fifth Grade; TIIONB' 437-3633 NIGHT 437-3W4
hour and thirty minutes of and Molly Missinne, Sharon 24 noun WRECKER SERVICE MECHANIC ON DUTY
fine entertainment. Spivey and Jan Counts, Sixth
"I'
HEWS I Grade.
'Holiday On Ice", comes to i (
the Jacksonville Coliseum for : '
4 days only from Thursday, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Thank: You So Very Much -
March 9 thru Sunday, March Flagler Beach
12, Show times are Thursdayand Max HalL Pastor I want to thank each of you for your vote and support in the,February

Friday at 8:00: p. m., Saturday Sunday School: 9:45.: 28th Democratic Primary. I appreciate this confidence and re
at 8:45: p. m., Saturdayand Morning Worship: 11:00. spectfully request this continued support in the General Election on
Sunday at 1:00: p. m. and Evening Worship: 7:30.
5:00 p. m. Children, 12 and Wednesday Prayer Meeting: March 28, 1967.JAMES.
under, are half price at ,both 7:30.
5:00: p. m. matinees on Satur "Gator" BECKCANDIDATE
day ,and Sunday. BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST
More than 80 skaters combine Charles D. Anders, Pastor
their talents to present Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
this latest of all "Holiday On School. STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Ice."It costs more than $700,. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
The 6:30: p.m. Training Union. District 33 .'
000, to produce. experts
.
it's the best of all. 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship.Wed.
say .: 7:30: p.m., Prayer Flagler, Lake, Putnam, St. Johns

Service. DON'T FORGET. TO VOTE MARCH 28, 1967

IT'S WHAT'S IN THE METHODIST CHURCH A CONSERVATIVE DEMOCRAT .
THE BUCKET Flagler Beach (Paid Political, Advertisement) ; :. i.J.a

THAT COUNTS Reynold Nelson Hoover,
Church School, 9:45 a. m.

We Make Morning Worship, 11 a. m. \ '
Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m.
Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30:
PaintBUY
Our Own

WilY DlitECT-8A PAY MORE p.m.Men's Monday Club of each meets month the first at Thank You Thank You Thank You !

7:30: p. m.Woman's.
GALLONS Society of Chris-
3 LA TI<:XInterlorBdnlor $5
tion Service the 2nd Thurs.
day, 9:30: a. m.CATHOLIC Senator B. C. ( Bill ) Pearce says Thank
Free Choice of Coloring

NEW LATEX $3.49 Fr. Anthony CHURCHESRev. Leon, Pastor You for the splendid vote Flagler Coun-

For Unart Wood.......A.....Ma.onrJ'...?............... 91.23 Gal. Sunday ST. MARY'S Mass: 7:30:KORONA a.m. .
R. V. YEOMANS Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., ty gave him in the first primary! ,
077.8020NATIONWIDNI and Friday at 8:30: a.m.
I'AINT FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL ; .
FACTORY Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m.
438 So. V. 8. 1 Stand Avf. }
Ormond Beach 8 to Bi30 Weekday Masses: Tues. and
,
Thurs. at 8:30 a.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S, BUNNELL d
Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m. I.

SEE Weekday 8:30 a.m.PENTECOSTAL.Mass: Saturday at SENATOR B. C. (Bill) PEARCE '
I

"HINEIGHBOR" HOLINESS has taken his stand for Flagler County. FLAGLER County has taken
Rev. John Llngold, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. its stand for SENATOR PEARCE by its February 28 vote. ,
Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
WITH Life Liners Service, 6:30p.
m.
JIM WATSONAnd Evening Evangelistic Service .
7:30: p. m.

on ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe SENATOR PEARCE will not back down from Flagler County, but -
Rev. Robert Stuart,
March 14, 1967 Priest in Charge FLAGLER COUNTY must back him up with another big vote Tuesday.
Morning Worship 11.15 a. m.
Hear Special Guest Church School 11:15: a.m. tl
Communion first Sunday of
Don Jordan each month.
Three miles east of Bunnellon

Agricultural Agent highway 100.COMMUNITY SENATOR PEARCE is running in Clay, Flagler Marion and Putnam

Flagler ,County CHURCH MEMORIAL Counties. This is the only race on the ballot. But is very important to

6:45 A. M. Flagler Beach Flagler and other small counties. \
,
Rev. R. W. Dickert Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
on ( Worship Service, 11 a. m.
Communion every first Sunday
POWERFULCHANNEL of each quarter.


12 FIRST BUNNELLRev. METHODIST Vote For Senator -

Oliver Taylor, Pastor
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship,
6:30: p. m.



,Flagler County Insurance B.C.B'< ) PEARCE .


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Agency, Inc. .


AH Forms of Insurance March 14th
Tuesday .1.1raid
104 North Bay Street -:- Phon 437-3171 ,

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UDC MEETINGThe LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 7-THE FLAGLER TRIBtlNE THURS., MAR. 9. 1967
United Daughters of NOTICE OF INTRNTIOIT TO .
/the Confederacy will meet this APPLY TO TUB FLORIDA
STATE LKGI5LATUUR OPIttflT
afternon at 2:30: p.m. at the FOR Till 1'ASSAOB OK
'home of Mrs. W. W. Deen. LOCAL I.F.GISLATIO 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Mrs. H. T. Cook Is hostess. All NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENof Quantity RightsReserved
members are reminded to at- the Intention to apply to the WE GIVE '
Legislature of the State of Flor- I
tend. ida at Its regular session in the
year 19(7 for passage of a special ***
or local bill or law the substance METTS
RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAYThe of which contemplatedlaw TOP Prices Good
Friendly Circle of the Is an act to amend chapter
28-955, LAWS of Florida special Thurs., Fri., Sat.
First Methodist Church of acts of 1953. the same being "an
Bunnell will hold a rummage act creating and establishing a VALUE and Monday,
sale Saturday, March 11 at the City municipality of Bunnell.to be Flagler known Coun-aa March 9, 10, 11
Bunmell Civic Center from tl, Florida," by adding a new SUPER MARKET
Section 138 and renumbering and 13, 1967
10:30 a.m. until 3:00: p.m. present Section 138-140 Inclusiveto STAMPS
Section 139-141 Inclusive said Phone 437-3201
Section to provide that the Cityof
CLUB
IDLEWOOD Bunnell expend for advertising -
MEETING TUESDAYThe purposes a sum not to exceed -
Idlewood Club will ONE THOUSAND FIVE
HUNDRED and no/100
meet Tuesday, March 14th at HOLLARS per year oM Genera l
8:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. all Revenues laws that of the consist City herewith repealing Lean Delicious (Boston Butt)
Jimmy Hargett for their regular providing when this act shall
monthly meeting. Mrs. take Date effect.March 6, 1967. !
Charles Chambers, president, Nancy Rodgers, PORK ROAST 43J

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am humbly grateful to each of you who supported EGGSYour AMERICAN CHEESE Pkg. 59'
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your confidence in my past record and abilityto JIf' Lrg. BREAD 4 Loaves 95e
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TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

Lake Counties With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

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8- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. MAR. 9. 1967 METHODIST CHURCH NEWS


Club Next will Saturday have a pick-up the Mens day Thank you Flag'er Beach voters -

I for their newspaper drive.
I 7LL'3each Persons with papers are askedto
please tie Into bundles and for your confidence in
a leave on the curb.
March 17th the men are
sponsoring a Sauerkraut Din me. S
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Sgt and Mrs. D. P. Schle- BOY SCOUTS ELECT I;
nero Tickets are available
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Icker and family visited with OFFICERS
from member.
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her grandparents, Mr. and any >'
Mrs. Tony Bradac, last week. Scott Wilder was elected March 28th the men are HERB FULLERFisherman's .
Sgt. Schlelcker Just returned Senior Patrol Leader at the sponsoring an auction. All
articles for (the auction will be
regular meeting of Troop 495,
from a 13 month tour in Viet
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Nam and was reunited with Thursday, March 2. Elected to picked up by calling Mrs. Rob
serve with Scott were Buddy ert Wallace, 4392441. 1-
his wife, Barbara, and their 3
children of Ormond Beach. Moore and Mickey Sindelar, The Methodist Youth Fel
His mother, Mrs. Wilma Patrol Leaders, David John lowship will meet next Sun-
Schlelcker flew In from Cleveland sbn, Quartermaster. Assistant day evening at 6:30. Miss Bar.
Inn
bara Wilson will be
OhloTpo be with the patrol leaders will be electedat the pro
family. They''are leaving for the March 9th meeting.All gram leader.All Flagler Beach
Camp LeJeune, North Caro. members of Troop 495 youths are urged to attend FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE
lina, where he will be station will participate In knife, axe, and meet the new sponsors,
ed for awhile. roping and at Bethune-Cookman signaling competition Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ensley. OYSTER ROAST MARCH 12th

Gene and Mary Hart of An. CITRUS FOR RESTAURANTS
College in Daytona Beach,
YOUR FAVORITE BEER AND
nIston, Alabama, arrived Saturday, March 25, according A concerted effort to put SNACK
Tuesday for a three weeks to troop Scribe, Jail Hein. more citrus on Florida restau BARPIZZAOpen
visit at their Flagler Beach Scouts are reminded their rant menus has been launchedby 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday
home. meetings are conducted on the Florida Citrus Commission
Boats for Rent-Docking & Gas--Phone 439.9211
Thursday evenings and are through a program of
Margaret Shelton and chil
dram_ Jackie: Traci and Doug urged to attend. promotion.
I or OCala spent Friday and
( Saturday with her parents,
Eddie and Babe Irwin
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Robert Hull from Port RE-ELECT : : : "; I
Huron, Michigan, arrived last : ,
week for a visit with his par 5
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hull.

John Waterman from Fort
Gordon, Ga., spent the week.
end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Les Waterman. "L K" EDWARDS Jr.
Other guests of the Water ,
mans Included Mr. and Mrs. I
Larry Easton and children, ,
Christine and Buddy, from
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Hunt and children, ,
Laurie Ann and Michael, from _
Jamestown, N. Y. and Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Philisbury also
from Jamestown, N. Y.
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GAMES WOMANS The Flagler PARTY CLUB Womans ClubIs STATE I Iz

sponsoring a games party
Thursday, March 9 at 7:30: .
p.m. at the club building 1524S.
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Central Ave. a
A choice of games will be
available with prizes for each. '
Door prizes and refresh. SENATOR I
ments donation.will be included In !the

The public is invited
cordially -


t i 'ITS Mr.A. and GIRL Mrs. Palmer, 'L. t

Parker Jr., Flagler Beach, announce T I IIrs
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the birth of a daughter ,13'H'I\ (

the tona, borni Halifax Beach.' Monday Hospital She, March weighed In Day 6 at 8 ". \

pounds and 5 ounces at birth. \
The paternal grandmother
|, is Mrs. Irma Parker, Flagler '
( Beach. '

DESSERT GAMES DISTRICT

PARTY FRIDAY
I, The Flagler Beach Garden I
r Club Is sponsoring a Dessert
Games party, Friday, March
i I 17th at 1:30: p.m. at the home
pf Mrs. Alfred Juengling, 1400
i S. Central Ave. .
Proceeds from the affair
t will be used for club projects.
Everyone is invited to attend.
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LEGAL OIIDKH ADVERTISEMENT OK IIMCATI01V Voters of

'I SEVENTH IN TUB CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT Flagler County

IN AND FOR
FLAOLE R COUNTY,

-va.JACk MARGARET, FLORIDA.GILMBR.1'lalntlff.M OILMER. "Protect Your Homestead Exemption"REELECT


Defendant.NOTH'H .
0V'SUIT
IN THE NAME OF THE
rtTATE OF FLORIDA-:
TO: JMk Oilmen
SIB Dunlawton Avenue
Port Orange Florida(
You required toMe
lthrthe Clerk of this Court
your answer to the Bill of Cotnthtt -
filed herein tfalnst you
m the above entitled cause on or
before the 8th day of April, A.D'l
:,"I. 1M7, and serve a copy thereof
upon Walter E Foster Jr., "LET EDWARDS
I Plaintiffs attorney, heroin, Jr.
whose address Is 310 South Beach
+t Street Daytona Beach. Florida
FLAOLBR TRIBUNE" IIt' ,
I hereby designated as the newspaper
I In which this order Ihallj
be published once a week for 4
consecutive weeks
HBRBIN FAIL NOT OR A DEFAULT -

j F AGAINST LV WILL YOU BE FOR ENTERED SUCH CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR FLAGLER CLAY. PUT.

lbs nature of this suit II a
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dtrorce.Iny r hand and seal at NAM AND MARION COUNTIES DISTRICT 13 .'

n = W.t: 4
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Clerk, Circuit f"Aurt.
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