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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
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Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.The.Flagler Tribune

It Happened In Flagler Flagler Beach ,

County 10 20. 40 years ago

? The annual Easter Sunrise
VOL. 55 NO. 12 BUNNELL. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1967 S2.S0 A YEAR Service will be held at the

Community Memorial Church,
10 YEARS AGO 1001 S. Daytona Avenue Flag

The combination Pavilllon- "One-Stop ler Beach, Sunday March 26

Museum was dedicated at Bu- at 6:00: a. m.

low Plantation Ruins Historic Service" Given Rev. R. W. Dlckert pastor,

Memorial on March 22nd. The AidsIn will deliver the message. Assisting *
exhibit was designed constructed By County with the union service
the '
and installed by an effort to pool their are the Rev Reynold Hoover,
Florida State Museum under aids In Community Beach First Methodist
resources for Flagler ,
cooperation contract with the Development( the __ '1' Church and the ReV. Max
LJ
Florida Park Service. agencies of the U. S. Depart- Hall, Flagler Beach First Baptist

ment of Agriculture in Flag. Church. '
The Future Teachers Club :
together
lee County are working
was completing plans for to assure that all com Special music will be presented

sponsoring an Easter Parade munities in the county have during the service.
and Tom Thumb Wedding.! access to all existing services This Is a united service and
all denominations are cordially
for their plans for
necessary
Club members working on
Invited to worship on this
.
the project were Sandra Deen development.The ". occasion.
glorious
Johnnie Durrance, Diana Mc- system of services will K
Knight Louise Tiffany Car- be operated through the-Tech- Refreshments will be servedIn

olyn Preston Kathryn Preston nlcal Action Panel The county the Fellowship Hall following

Orvilene Turpln Judy TAP will, serve as a central"onestop" the service.

Stryker Margaret Ann Me- source of Informa- Employees of the Bunnell Pictured left to right are
Cort, Rhoda Thiel and Betty tion on programs available to Restaurant
are sponsoring the Marie Williams Nagl Abra-
rural communities !that might VOTE TUESDAY IN
Campbell. blood drawing at the Bunnell ham Lou Ann Bacon and
them solve economic
help Civic Center, March 28 from Joan Jordan, who are now SPECIAL ELECTIONFlagler
and '
problems develop com-
4 tie 7 p. m. helping recruit donors.
munity facilities such as County's 2,255 registered
20 YEARS AGO .
water improvements and sewerage voters will trek to the

The local American Legion systems. Generally, a Red Cross Drive James S. Bray polls Tuesday, March 28 to
and Auxiliary celebrated the community is considered rur- vote in the Special 'General
28th birthday anniversarywith al when: the population is Legislative election.
,
a dinner party at, the 2500 or less.Technical. Friday, March 31 Died ThursdayJames .
Civic Center. I" Action Panels in- This is the final of three

1 elude the local officials of the The, 'Red Cross fund drive Stewart Bray 70,,peen consecutive special elections

Two-0-Two club members U. S. Department of Agriculture will be conducted In Flagler Road passed away Thursday, held in four weeks for votersto

met at the Flagler Beach Ho. Agencies as follows: T. County Friday, March 31, according March 16 in the Bunnell Gen elect a new State. Legisla-

tel for dancing and refresh 'W. Robinson Soil Conservation to Mrs. Vernon Brln- eral Hospital. ture.

ments. Paul Jones was the enjoyable Service; Don Jordan Extension son, county drive chairman.Mrs. Four races, one for the Senate
dance of the evening. Service; Stanley Victor Buckles is ,, vice He was born in Starke seat and three for the
Thrift Agricultural Stabilization chairman of the campaign. Florida and moved( Bunnell House of Representatives are

Attending were Naomi Hos- and Conservation Service Volunteer workers assisting fifty years ago He was a on the ballot.
ford, Kenny Harris Cliff ; and Raymon McGough with the house to house canvass member of the First Baptist

Sheffield Betty Babbitt, June Farmers Home Administration. are Mrs. Janice Murray Church of Bunnell. All residents are urged to

Howell Kathryn flames Eve- Mrs. Walter Morris Mrs. Sidney Survivors Include a daughter exercise their right to vote.

lyn Flowers George Haines, Here In Flagler County the Middleton, Mrs. Harry Mrs. LaVeda Kieffer Miami .
Louise SeDessie, Marie Muzy- TAP also includes the Flag- Atkinson, Mrs. W. K. Creal ; 3 stepdaughters, Mrs. AMERICAN LEGION

ka, Ray Allen McDougall, ler County Health Department Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth, Jerry- Ann Llndsey, Mrs. Hattie Mae
Marvin Gresham, Margaret represented by Eugene Holley; Vaughn, Marie Muzyka, Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Ethel Miller HAS MEETING
Muzyka and chaperones Mrs. the Park Service re- Henry Scott Mrs. Faye Massey -
Florida all of Jacksonville; 1 brother, American Legion Post 115
Arthur Babbitt and Mrs. J. A. ."'"pieseWfcd by Gil Becker&.and }Mrs.: France Edmonson, William Holly Hill; 2 grandchildren voted to contribute to the
Mrs. Beth Mrs. Stel-
Walters
Flowers. the Florida Forest Service by ; 2 great grandchildren Red Cross fund drive at Monday -
la Cauley Mrs. Joan Peavy
G. B. Kelly.T. and several nieces and night's meeting.' Com-
Bunnell schools both high W. Robinson, SCS Chair- Mrs. Frances Arnold, Mrs. Ge- nephews. jnander Floyd Hurl presided

and'elementary were closed man of the TAP in Flag! r neva Rodgers Ken Herring during the business meeting.The .

for several days because of an County.Sys Inquiries can fee Bunnell; Mrs. Margie Kinney, Graveside services were five life-members of the

epidemic of influenza and submitted through his office St. Johns Park; Mrs. Joyce held Saturday morning at post M. B. Fuller, O. F. Al-

chicken pox, upon advice of In Bunnell, or the office of any Patrick Espanola; Stewart 10:00 a. m. at the Espanola ford A. M. McDanlel C. M.
Dr. J. E. Rose. other agency on the County Batman Midway Park; Mrs. Cemetery. The Rev. Oliver Miller, and John N. McIntoshwere
Sophie Smigielski, Korona;
TAP. Taylor officiated.
to the nomi
appointed
Mrs. Elissa Tilton Bimini; \ .
Mrs. M. B. Britten, Carver sec Pallbearers were Harold nating committee.

40 YEARS AGO tion.Mrs. Newby, L. E. Wadsworth Dave Duane Deen was appointedto

Attending the dedication of EASTER VACATIONFOR Rem Murray publicity Ferryman Sam Broadaway, audit the books.Commander .

the new building of the Hastings STUDENTSEaster chairman said "The quota for A. B. Johnston Otis Hunter,
Potato Growers Assn. the 1967 fund drive is $1,000". Lee Blakely and J. B. Smith. Hurl and A. M.
Frank vacation for studentsof Mrs. 'Murray also stated that McDanIel were nominated as
and Mrs.
were Burned Mr.Mr. and Mrs.: L. T. the Flagler County Schools all blood and blood derivative Craig Funeral Home of Bun delegates to the District Conference
,
Nieland Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'will begin at the conclusionof needs at the Bunnell Gen. nell was in charge of arrange In Daytona Beach I

Salyerds, Harry Clegg H. A. classes on Thursday March eral Hospital are supplied by ments. April 9. I
Brunner Mr. and Mrs. Allen 23 at 3:15: p. m. Principal Ken the American Red Cross; Assistance .

Pettigrew and Mr. and Mrs.R. Barring said today. to Flagler County COSMOPOLITAN CAMPUSSix BUNNELL I
T. Hamilton. There will be no school on servicemen and dependents Is
Friday, March 24 and Monday provided; disaster preparedness year old Florida Presby- GENERAL HOSPITAL

March 27.Students. emergency mass and financial terian College In St. Petersburg -
One potato field In Haw will return to assistance to disaster has 811 students repre ADMITTED Scarbough: Bobby Worley Wor-,

Creek owned ,by Robert Deen classes and resume their sufferers on the basis of an senting 38 states and six for- July Peggy Slllar

and George Allen was report studies on Tuesday March 28 need, is also available thru eign countries. Half the student ley Blue, Cynthia! Theresa Durrance Pelllcer Bun.

ed to have produced sixty at 8:20 a. m. the Red Cross. body comes from Florida. nell; Virginia Moody Eleanor
The elementary grades kindergarten -
barrels to the acre when harvested Strom Betty Ann Chase Howard
thru sixth, will have
March 24th. The field their annual hunts today. ._.",,<,., ". 'fI' '''''' .. Burnham Jenny Ressler
egg ''!' '
was planted December 20. 'f'I1'; '''' ''44'_ '"
., '.. Flagler Beach; Evelyn Combs
{: Ormond Beach; Amy Qulmby
LITTLE LEAGUE
i. Ormond Beach; Wayne Kelly,
David Lathrop entertaineda TRYOUT SATURDAYAll .... St. Augustine; Martha Keel,
of schoolmates at a
group d y Sanford; Langdon McAlpin, {
lawn party at his residence on Flagler County boys 8 \ f fr Georgia; Elizabeth Jacobs t
Moody Blvd. Games and to 12 years of age interestedin : r Ohio. I,
stunts were played during the Little League, are asked to
afteme and a three course meet at the Bunnell High : DISMISSED: Dorothy Richardson

lunch was served. .School baseball field, Saturday Wayne Kelly, Bobby

March 25 at 10:00: a. m. Worley, Wanelle Hunter,
The following boys were The tryout session will be Thelma Barnett,Dsmtiy Gos'
Claude Deen Cordoyn
,
preset under the supervision of Leslie sell, Langdon M n, July
Carter, Duane Deem Pratt, Janus John { Pache and all boys are Invited T5 :: Scarboufh Sam way, !
Maurice ,
Bld t.
Kill Blddle Ernest to participate. A sponsor I Frank Mercer, B King.
Merosr la needed for the team and Connie Bullock. '
Padgett, G. C. McArn, Claire .
biplncat or organization r -
)addle, Boecoe McArn, William any 1 =:: ; u I
Deen (and Luther Powell. InteMMMed is asked to contact '.':",, = II I
Mr. Pache. 'J" j


James M. Hudnall, BunnelTs
MARCH 31 TAX .... ,. I'ojO' PtrmitFlagler
HIP School principal: announced ', \ -" ; -- ,.Jf;'" :' '' Special
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the following monthly DEADLINETax __n___'___ : ;
high school honor roll: County's50th

Thealka Belle Cain Gus Deen. Collector Dale B. Brown BILL MATHEW pair shop at Favorita, races
Homer Blddle, David Kden1 reminds county taxpayer that
WINS TROPHY his automobile in the eight
ales, tde Stone Helen Cody the deadline for paying their
Jane Warner btabett Warner, 1966 real estate and penona'i' Bill Mathen, local car rac- cylinder late model class. Anniversary

Myrtle Harding Kathryn folly. property taxes without penalty ing, f'nlt'.Utltut, was recenly Nathan's cars are-aetup by
LUHan la March 31.The awarded trophy for the sea- July 1,1967 '
Helen Tiojimrinaid, his father, Bicfaard ___ \
.Allen Miriam 1M6 ta M became due' _'. high point record at theDeland
Cody Louie Mathen .... MM 0trtMii M kM... 0/
Poff. Lillian Swenson, Mar- in Nt 1,1 (JTf $ Raceway. ..J.l1 op-reo pit-man.
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Easter Sunrise I
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F The Flagler Tribune Service SundayAt


1( It Happened in Flagler

County 10 20, 40 years ago Flagler Beach .

r 7'
The annual Easter Sunrise
VOL. 55 NO. 12 BUNNELL. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1967 S2J&0 A YEAR Service will be held at the

t L 10 YEARS AGO Community Memorial Church,

1001 S. Daytona Avenue, Flag-
The combination Pavillion "One-Stop
,, ler Beach, Sunday, March 26
. Museum was dedicated at Bu- at 6:00: a. rh.
low Plantation Ruins Historic Service" Given

,, Memorial on March 22nd. The Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor,
; exhibit was designed, con. By County AidsIn will deliver the message. Assisting

structed and installed by the with.the union sf rvice
effort their
an to pool
Florida State Museum under are the Rev."Reynold Hoover,
resources for aids Com
," cooperation contract with they int Flagler Beach First Methodist
,..., munity Development) the 4' .
Florida Park al
Service.
Church and the Rev. Max
agencies of the U. S. Department
of Agriculture in Flag1 Hall, Flagler Beach First Bap
The Future Teachers Club tist Church. '
1: ler County are working together
s- was completing plans for
i to assure that all communities Special music will be
sponsoring an Easter Parade pre.
t'' and Tom Thumb Wedding.. in the county have sented during the service.
access to all existing services This is a united service and

l" Club members working on necessary for their plans for F a a Si all denominations are cordially

the project were Sandra. Deen, development.The Invited to worship on this
Johnnie Durrance, Diana Me- system of services will glorious occasion. 1 I

Knight, Louise Tiffany, Car. be operated through th .Tech.
:r '.. olyn Preston, Kathryn Pres. nical Action Panel. The county Refreshments will be servedin
: ton, Orvilene Turpin, Judy TAP will serve as a central the Fellowship Hall following .

I Stryker, Margaret Ann Mc. "one-stop" source of Informa- the service.
Cort, Rhoda Thiel and Betty tion on programs available to Employees of the Bunnell Pictured left to right arc
i. Campbell. rural communities that might Restaurant are sponsoring the Marie Williams, Nag Abra
help them solve economic blood drawing at the Bunnell ham, Lou Ann Bacon and VOTE TUESDAY IN

problems and develop community Civic Center, March 28 from Joan J'ordalwho are now SPECIAL ELECTIONFlagler
4 til 7 p. m. helping recruit donors.
.. 20 YEARS AGO facilities, such as
water improvements and sewerage County's 2255 registered

The local American Legion systems. Generally, a Red Cross Drive voters will trek, to the
and'' Auxiliary celebrated the community is considered rural James S. Bray polls Tuesday, March 28 to
28th birthday anniversary when: the population is vote in the Special General

-..' Civic with Center.a dinner party at" the 2500 or less.Technical. Friday, March 31 Died ThursdayThe Legislative election.
Action Panels In. .
This is the final of three

1 elude the local officials of the :,Red Cross fund drive James Stewart Bray, 70, Deen consecutive speciaj\ elections
i.' Two-O-Two club members U. S. Department of Agriculture will be''' conducted in Flagler Road, passed away Thursday, held in four weeks for votersto

met at the Flagler Beach Ho. Agencies, as follows: T. County Friday, March 31, according March 16 in the Bunnell Gen. elect a new State Legisla
tel for dancing and refresh 'W. Robinson, Soil Conserva to Mrs. Vernon Brin- eral Hospital. ture. '
ments. Paul Jones was the enjoyable tion Service; Don Jordan, Extension son, county drive chairman.
dance of the evening. Service; Stanley Mrs. Victor Buckles is vice He was born in Starke, Four races, one for the Senate
Thrift, Agricultural Stabilization chairman of the campaign. Florida and moved !to Bunnell seat and three for ,the
Attending were Naomi Hos- and Conservation Service Volunteer workers assisting fifty years ago. lie was a House of Representatives are
ford, Kenny Harris Cliff ; and Raymon McGough, with the house to house can- member of the First Baptist on the ballot.

t. \ Sheffield, Betty Babbitt, June Farmers Home Administration. vass are Mrs. Janice Murray, Church of Bunnell. All residents
Howell, Kathryn Haines, Evelyn Mrs. Walter Morris, Mrs. Sidney are urged to
Flowers, George Haines, Middleton Survivors include a daughter exercise their right to vote.
Here in Flagler County the Mrs. Harry
, Louise SeDessIe, Marie Muzy- TAP also Includes the Flag. Atkinson, Mrs. W. K. Creal, Mrs. LaVeda Kieffer, Miami -

\ ..t\ ka, Ray Allen McDougall, ler County Health Department Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth, Jerry- ; 3 step-daughters, Mrs. AMERICAN LEGION

:: Marvin Gresham, Margaret represented by Eugene Holley; Vaughn, Marie Muzyka, Mrs. Ann Lindsey, Mrs. Hattie Mae HAS MEETING
It Muzyka and chaperones, Mrs. the Florida Park Service re- Henry Scott, Mrs. Faye Massey Parker and Mrs. Ethel Miller
r .' Arthur Babbitt and Mrs. J. A. .-4pK8eroia by Gil Becker..and Mrs. Frances Edmonson, all of Jacksonville; 1 brother, American Legion .Post 115
l, Flowers. the Florida Forest Service ,by Mrs. Beth Walters Mrs. Stella William, Holly Hill; 2 grand- voted to contribute to the

, G. B. Kelly. Cauley, Mrs. Joan Peavy, .children; 2 great grandchildren Red Cross fund drive at Mon.

Bunnell schools, both high T. W. Robinson, SCS, Chairman Mrs. Frances Arnold, Mrs. Geneva and several nieces and day night's meeting.' Comjnander -

and'elementary were closed of the TAP in Flagler Rodgers, Ken Herring nephews. Floyd Hurl presided

for several days because of an Coun' ; / ys inquiries'carnbe,. Bunnell; Mrs. Margie Kinney, Graveside services were during the business meeting.The .
epidemic of influenza' and submitted through his office St. Johns Park; Mrs. Joyce held five life-members of the
Saturday
morning at
k' chicken pox, upon advice of in Bunnell, or the office of any Patrick, Espanola; Stewart 10:00 a. m. at the post, M. B. Fuller, O. F. Al-
Espanola
Dr. J. E. Rose. other "agency on the County Eatman, Midway Park; Mrs. ford, A. M. McDaniel, C. M.
; The
Cemetery. Rev. Oliver
TAP. Sophie Smigielski, Korona; Miller, and John N. Mcintosh
r- Mrs. Ellssa Tilton, Bimini; Taylor officiated. were appointed to the nominating

Mrs. M. B. Britten, Carver sec Pallbearers committee.
, 40 YEARS AGO were Harold
tion.Mrs. Newby, L. E. Wadsworth, Dave
EASTER VACATIONFOR Duane
Deen
Attending the dedication of Rem Murray, publicity Perryman, Sam Broadaway, was appointedto
audit
the
the new building of the Hastings STUDENTSEaster chairman said, "The quota for A. B. Johnston, Otis Hunter, books.Commander .
Potato Growers Assn. the 1967 fund drive is $1,000". Lee
Blakely and J. B. Smith. Hurl and A. M.
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank vacation for studentsof Mrs:0 Murray also stated that McDanlel were nominated
Burnsed, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. the Flagler County School all blood and blood derivative Craig Funeral Home of Bun 'delegates to the District Conference as
., Nieland Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'will begin at the conclusionof needs at the Bunnell Gen. nell was in charge of arrange' In
Daytona Beach
,
" Salyerds, Harry Clegg, H. A. classes on Thursday, March eral Hospital are supplied by ments. April 9. I
f Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. Allen 23 at 3:15 p. m. Principal Ken the American Red Cross; Assistance
I : Pettigrew and Mr. and Mrs. Hairing said today. "0' to Flagler County
, R. T. Hamilton. There will be no school on servicemen and dependents is COSMOPOLITAN CAMPUSSix BUNNELL I
I
.I Friday, March 24 and Monday provided; disaster preparedness year old Florida Presbyterian GENERAL HOSPITAL

March 27.Students. emergency mass and financial College in 51:. Petersburg .
; One potato field in Haw will return to assistance to disaster has 811 students repre ADMITTED: Bobby Worley,

! ; Creek owned by Robert Deen classes and resume their sufferers on the basis of an senting 38 states and six foreign July Scarbough, Peggy Wor-
i ; and George Allen was report studies on Tuesday, March 28 need, is also available thru countries. Half the stu- ley, Cynthia Durrance, Slllar I
ed to have produced sixty at 8:20 a. m. the Red Cross. dent body comes from Florida. Bizzell, Theresa Pelllcer, Bun-
i! barrels to the acre when harvested The elementary grades kindergarten nell; Virginia Moody, Eleanor

, K March 24th. The field thru sixth, will have ,'- Strom, Betty Ann Chase, Howard J
, December 20. their annual egg hunts today. '.... ..., 'Y.. ;; .. Burnham Ressler
.,.. was planted \''<;"' J, "' .r"cr.w'. : "'__, Jenny ,
\ Flagler Beach; Evelyn Combs,
LITTLE LEAGUE Ormond Beach; Amy Quimby,
i, David Lathrop entertained Ormond Beach; Wayne Kelly,
a group of schoolmates at a TRYOUT SATURDAYAll St. Augustine; Martha Keel,

;, lawn party at his residence on Flagler County boys 8 Sanford' ; Langdon McAlpin,
l" Moody Blvd. Games and to 12 years of age interested Georgia; Elizabeth Jacobs,

.. I stunts were played during the in Little League, are Ohio.
afternoon and a three course meet at the Bunn asks
, I lunch was served. .Schoei baseball field, Satur- r. DISMISSED: Dor dsy Rich-
ardson, Wayne Bobby
Kelly
\ day, March 25 at 10:00: a. m. ,
The following boys were Worley, Wanelle Hunter,
, present, Claude Deen, Cordoyn The tryout session will be Thelma Barnett, Doeafey Cos-
und the of
k" Carter, Duane Deen, James r supervision Leslie S sell, Langdon McAMfa, July
Paebe, and all .boys are invited &1.jfl$
f1 :. Biddle, Maurice Pratt, John 1) Scarboufb, Sam Bmftaway, I
t:" .M Mercer, Elite Biddle, Ernest W participate. A sponfDris Frank Mercer, Brent* King,
nefrkd for the team and
, Padfett, G. C. McArn, Claire Connie Bullock. .
.. BUMle, Roscoe McAra, William any ,.....ness or organizationin
Deem land Luther Pwwrtl. .- is asked to contact I
Mr. ..... r ,-


; James M. Hudnall, Bunnell's

-t., High School principal announced MARCH 31 TAX -. .... ." "
"l ,."If. Permit
I .., < Special
t the following monthly DEADLINETax ..
'.' high roll:
Cain Flagler County's50th
It Thealka Belle Gus Deen, Collector Dale B. Brown
BILL MATHEH
t Y Homer Biddle, David UcKen- reminds county taxpayers that pair shop at Favorlta races
a: lie, Lottie Stone, Helen Cody the deadline for paying their WINS TROPHT his automobile in the eight

Jane Warner, Isabell Warner 1966 teal estate and personalpropejfer Bill Mathen, local car racing cylindef late model class.
!' Myrtle Harding, Kathryn 101. taxes without penalty enthusiast, was recenly Mathen's cars Anniversary
ly, Helen Trojanriraki, Lillian to.March 31. awarded a trophy for the sea- are'set-up by '
L.. Cody, Louise Allen, Miriam Toil.flMf)'MBJUI 'benwM elpe* .en's high point record at tte. his father C. Bidurt Mattwn., July 1,1967
.
r Poff, Lillian Sweneon, Mar- in NevMMilr aiw an taxes lie- Defend Kaeew.y. Mathcn operator wta *h* fame' a. bin t/rw/ .

garite Smith. come delinquent April 1. of an automobile re- pit-man.


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FLACliitfIl. .. TOURS. MARCH 23. 193 "FLAOLER TRIBUNE" Is LEGAL AD'"F.RTICF.MEXTv-
-, ... hereby designated as the newspaper TOAPPLY iTim: CIRCIIT COCIIT OF
i V. LEQAlf 'ADVEItT1SEMILNTORDER \ be published once a week for 4 TO TUB FIORIUA OP IN AND KOUAl'VrlUTA
STATE OF FLORIDA: consecutive weeks. MTATB LKGHLATUUB qOUNTY. CIVIL
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OF IMTIILICATIOV TO: Jack Gilmer 1067 KOU TUB 'AlSAGE ACTION
HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE- LOCAL LEGISLATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 512 Dunlawton Avenue ENTERED TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ('aile No. C-TS6-66
FAULT WILL BE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR- Port Orange, Florid GIVEN
SUCH NOTICE IS HEREBY CITY TANK
AGAINST YOU FOR
CUIT IN AND FOR You are hereby required to of the Intention to apply to'ltbe Florida / /
F L A O L E R COUNTY. file with the Clerk of this Court FAfLURE. Legislature of the State of l33attiffCorporation.

FLORIDA. your filed to the agains Complaint The nature of this suit Is a ida at its regular session In the VI.
MARGARET M. GILMER. herein t you bill for divorce. year 1967 for passage of a special RUBY PETERSON
Plaintiff, In the above entitled cause on or or local bill or law the substance DefendantNOTICE ,
before the' 8th WITNESS my hand and seal at contemplatedlaw
-,.- day of April A.D of which
OP
JACK 1987, and serve a copy thereofupon Bunntll, Flakier County, Florida: is an to amend chapter SALK 1 YCCLERK
QILMER.Defendant.JJOTICB tlif:1tetto E. Foster, Jr., this 5 day o? March, A. D, 1967. 28955. Laws of Florida, specialacts Notice CLOSIRE is hereby given pursuant -
l riey, herein, GEORGE M. MOODY,
OF !HII1T creating tandsestablish ngaa to a Final Judgment ofForeclosure
IN THE NAME whose address is S10 South Beach Clerk Circuit Court. act dated March 14
OF THE Street, Daytona Beach Florida. March 9-16-23-30-41 municipality: to be known as and subsequently modifiedon

City of Bunnellt Flagler Coun- 1967 March 17. 1967. entered In Civil -
r adding a new
Florida. by
Case No. C726.fi6.ofthe
renumbering Action
Section 138 and 138-140 Inclusive Circuit Court of the, EighthJudicial

toe Section 139-141 Inclusive, said Circuit In and,for Alach-
that the City ua County Florida whereinUNIVERSITY
RE-ELECT Section to provide
of Bunnell expend for advertising CITY TANK. is the
and RUBY PETER-
purposes a sum not to exceed Plaintiff.
ONE THOUSAND FIVE SON.tolthehhigDefendant. I bidder -
HUNDRED and no/100 ($1,500.00) sell
DOLLARS year from General for cash at the Alachua
Revenues of per the City, repealing County Court House in Gainesville -
L. K. all laws that conflict herewith Florida within the legal
EDWARDS Jr.A providing when this act shall hours of sale on the 31st day of
take effect '. March. 1967_ the following described -
Date: March 6, 1961Nancy property as set forth In
Rodgers, said Final Judgment, to-wlt:

_'_ .--. --, .,,- .'.;;n ''''''- ... .. .-...... ..... .___ 'n" Clerk Marcy: ; 9.162330.4tc.LEGAL East The West 538.79 120 Feet feet of Lot of the 21.
: ''7 f' containing 1.82 acres also
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j '0' ADVERTISEMENT ingress
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10: ; NOTICE OP ADOPTIOV OF
.", tf RESOLUTION OP nOAllD OF The East 538.79 feet of the:
.f. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS North 20 feat of Lot 28, said.
;:: CLOSING PART OF A ROAD lots being In Section 14.
4 r AM HK.\OINCI\U AND DISCLAIMING Township 10 South Range
: ANY RIGIIT OF 20 East and being recordedIn
; COINTY AM TilE PUBLIC Plat Book "A' Page 28,
IN AND TO TUB LAND LYING of the public 1 records of
WITHI.V TUB CONFINES Alachua County. Florida
TIIRHROP. as well as the following described
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: land in Flagler County Flor-
Notice la hereby given that on ida:
6 March \ t 691"a accordance with Being a part of Section 40.
Sections 33610. Florida Township 10 South, Range.
Statutes 1955. the Board of 31 East and more particularly -
County Commissioners of Flag- described as, follows:
q ler County, Florida, adopted a Beginning at the Northeasterly -
I:1: I Resolution closing, vacating and corner of the said Sec-
abandoning that al t g'tbeodf: a tion 40, Township 10 South,
certain public
Range 31 East, as a point of

e follows Relay: Road, that lies within r ncoutha n9dDe running 57

Flagler County Florida, and bisects Minutes 45 Jecond.
sections 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 14, along the Easterly line E8.IItl of>
d 15, 19. 23 and 24 In Township 14 the said Section 40. a, distance
f 4e and South Range 30 East. of 220234 feet to the
renouncing and disclaimingany
point of of
beginning this
right of the county and the
description thence
continuing
In and to the land lying -
within the confines of said por- South 19 Degrees 57
tion of said Road aforesaid. Minutes 45 Seconds East
f fr DATED this 6th day of March along the Easterly line
A. D. 1987.BOARD of the said Section 40 a
OF COUNTY COM distance of 120.0 feet
d 1 MISSIONERS OF FLAGLER to the ,Northerly bound-
'* 4 COUNTY FLORIDA ary of the 100 foot rightofway -
.1r t (OFFICIAL SEAL) of Mala rmrl're Road
t By /GEORGE M MOODY thence South 0?
4t Clerk Minutes 03 Seconds West

5 March 16, 23_2TC along the Northerly boundary -
; Rte' ,. of Male Compra Road a
IN THE COUNTY distance I of 62.0 feet; thence
k JUDGE'S North 19
Degrees 67
Min
COURT IN
AND FOR
FLAG-
LER COUNTY utes 45 Seconds West, a dis-
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: FLORIDA IN
PROBATEIN tance of 120.0 feet: thence
NO. North 71 Degrees 03 Minutes

RE: Estate ofEDWARD 03 Seconds East, a distanceof
M. SPIVEY, 62.0 feet to the point of
Deceased beginning of this descrip
NOTICE tion Bearings are referred

Pursuant to Section 735.06. to the True Meridian. (Also

Senator L. K. Edwards Florida Statutes, notice is hereby referred to as being Legal
shown presiding over the Florida Senate during given that an order has been Description of Lot 1 of
entered by this court declaring Block 9 of First Addition to

a regular session. administration of the estate of Johnson Beach ALSO being
EDWARD M. SPIVEWk Deceased ship art n 40, Town
as unnecessary. Kindly govern 10 South Range 31
(Paid Political Advertisement) yourself accordingly. East and more particularly
(s) T. K. McKnlght described as follows: Beginning -
County Judge at the Northeasterly)
Mar. 9162330. corner of the said Section 40.
Township 10 South. Range

....- -- ... 31 East, as a point of referuuiiius I
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,,' '. ','. '1- t'nl'@ .Antt.... .ftlft .1.IIICUCQ
\S South 19'Degree* 67 Mlnu> I
:: tes 45 Seconds East along

FOR 7 the Easterly line of the said i
; Section 40. a distance of ;
\9 F 2322 44 feet to the Northerly -

boundary of the 100 foot ,
right-of-way of Mala. Com
pra Road: thence South 71 I
'. ON TARGET / Degrees 03 Minutes 03 : I

onds ly boundary West along of Mala the Com tlBC"I, I

pra Road a distance of 62.0
-
feet to the point of begin
c cg fling of the description'thence

continuing South 71
Q .
.- ? Degrees 03 Minutes 03 Sec-
c:: lit onds West along the s ld
'
IS .... : Northerly right-of-tray I
< i boundary, a distance of 62.0
X 4 : feet thence North 19 Daffreea -
F'Q n 67 Minutes 45 Seconds
Z West a distance of 120.0

fn !n CJ 'feet; thence North 71 Dftrrtes '.
09
Minutes 03 Second
= r
.. East, a of 62.0
J'S1( thence Atnct9 eee6t.1
!: -I Minutes


UJ_ c:=: VOTE FOR r 9W =m :0:0 n w distance description point of to 45 of the be. Seconds Bearings 1200 I feet West of are to this the referred a


CJ :r True Meridian.
c.. (Also
.. referred
;r to as being
= 4 Legal Description of Lot 2 of
I- d d' Block 9 f>t First Addition to
:c Johnson
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CARMICHAEL
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23-30. Apr 6-13. 4tc.
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.. C .. GEORGIA MILDRED SUTTON
r. i! -I CV I. i' OJ' ...h,?. Vs. Plaintiff
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f1 \, JOHN A BUTTON _
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UI CD g. JVOTICH TO DFIFs33NDndant
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1 f'- c: ffi 7 .0.. jl JOHN THE STATE A. BUTTON OF FLORIDA TO:

: w *= fr You are hereby notified that
i a
suit
has
UJ been filed
:: $ In the above entitled against you
cause; and
: 'A Z Ii 1 I. you are hereby required to IBe
a your
> C1 answer with the Crark of
"eurJpd to serve a copy I
\ a: .. r the plaintiff or i
: W f and plaintiffs attorney, whoee name
\. (I) 1 address Is:
z. DONALD lOa E BUCK, ESQUIRE

,;' \ Q ,, C r ST, S AUGUSTINE.GEORGE FLORIDA

V 6TU .. 32084

1967.not later than APRIL 15, A.D


GEORGE Candidate confesso If you tbedentered igainstt

District 33o you for the relief demanded in
the
bill
i r M.RAST" R >Mfltf4iVts' of ."nit of eolaplslst! The nature
f mihan4 -4borM:

t ( KEN ) ;. : of WI'I'tfBII said Court thia let .of..

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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS MARCH 23, 1967

REQUEST FOR DID
Sealed bid will I be received in
the office of the City Clerk of Include additional land within 10rlten' Daytona
r the City of Bunnell. the boundary of said city; repealing Beach, "Ft/AoLDR
at the Civic Center Building:,dnl 1IJ1r law lnha'h conflict TRIBUNE Is hereby designatedas
SOO pm. on the 17th day of herewith; this the newspaper In whicht this
1 : April A D 1967, for approimately ; act shall take effect. order shall be published oncei
MOO barrel of Type 1 Date: March 10, 1987 week for four eon.eeutlYeI'week..
cement FOB. Bunnell. Helen Nolte HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DEFAULT -
SUITS The above quantity !. approxi- Clerk ruy! of FUjfUr Poach WILL BE ENTERED
mate only and I I. to be used for *' AGAIN$ YOU FOR SUCH. FAIL
tabulation of bid, and the City March !Ii. ii, ;40. April 4-3TC "
Commissioners reserve the right. blJhf nature of this suit isja
18.95 If they *o desire to Increase or LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN 1' divorce.WITNESS .
decrease this quantity Quote my hand and seal
amount bulk and In bar per TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN at Bunntll. Irof Marc.
TO barrel. Bid to be good for a AND FOR FLAOLER COUNTY. Florida this 9th, .
period of six month FLORIDA GEORGE i
'.-... The City Commissioner reserve CIVIL ACTION 6T M. MOODh'ClerkiCircuit
i 35.00 the right to reject any and all FRANK TRAINER. Court. Flagler County.
bids and to accept the bid that Plaintiff Florida II
In its judgment will be for the -ve- By: /./ Julia R Harve'k! :'
best interest of the City of Bun MARIE TRAINER. i
nell. Defendant.v (Official Court Seal) i
seals my a official NOTICE OF SUIT March K, 2}. SO April C-CTC.]
this" IJth days of March. IN THE NAME,OF THE STATEOF .
A. D. 1867.s I FLORIDA: "' / i iiJll ir
/ / C. B. Eisenbach. Mayor TO: MARIE TRAINER \
....,..... City of Bunnell Florida 263 Northrop Street 'w'
ATTESTs Cranston, Rlvode Island
/ / Nancy C. Rodgers. City Clerk wJu are hereby required t _
Mar. 16-H.ttc. ;: the Clerk of this Court
JiJ i imay your answer to the Bill of Complaint PEW YOURDRIVER'S
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE filed herein against you LICENSE
(n the abwve on or ,..L'UIYIG
OF INTENTION TO before the Intleaui' April. ? YOUR 'T
APPLY TO Tiff FLORIDASTATB A.D. 1967, << serve a cop -
LEGISLATURE OF thereof ona BERRIEN BECKS, rftT"; f.r"TI.I
'" leer FOR THE PASSAGE OF plaintiff's attorney,
North
LOCAL LEGISLATION whose address 1*. 119
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of
rY the intention to apply to the
Legislature of the State of FlorIda THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE
at Its regular session in the
Y year 1967 for passage of a special -
or local bill or law, the substance ROBERT L. HANNAH
'
of which contemplated
I law I. an act to amend Chapter
6S-1J34. Laws of Florida, Special FUNERAL HOMES
Acts of 1J6S, the same being."an
act to abolish the present muni-
cipal government of the Town'of Dedicated to dignity service: and economy. Lowest cost
Flagler Beach In the County of
a i t., Fla ler. in the State of Florida by far in the entire area on any service of your choice.
: '! j \ to legalize and validate the ordinance
a \ 'i} : of the said Town. of We invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.U. .
Flagler Beach and official acts
thereunder; to create and establish
I _.,1;I a new municipality to be- S. 1-HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH
," '*' known as the City of Flagler
: : Beach Flagler County, Florida:" CALL WX: 7611 TOLL FREE
by amending Sectln 1 thereof, to

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Land 9n SeaFASHIONS ,






;ALL FLAGLER COUNTIANS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND AN INFORMAL .


MEETING AT THE COURTHOUSE TONIGHT FOR THE
.

PURPOSE OF BECOMING BETTER ACQUAINTED WITH


TO MY FRIENDSIN SENATOR L. K. EDWARDSHEAR


SENATOR EDWARDS DISCUSS MATTERS AND OTHER
FLAGLER COUNTY:

ISSUES OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO FLAGLER COUNTY SUCH


AS PROPERTY TAXES, SCHOOL FINANCING, HOMESTEAD EX.
MY SINCERE THANKS AND APPRECIATION -

EMPTION, RACE TRACK FUNDS, SECONDARY ROAD FUNDS,
FOR THE WONDERFUL SUPPORT GIV

CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION.
EN ME IN THE PAST PRIMARIES. ,


WE WELCOME YOU WHO SUPPORTED SENATOR PEARCE IN


Senator B. C. Pearce THE PRIMARIES TO COME NOW AND JOIN WITH US TO KEEP


L. K. EDWARDS IN THE STATE SENATE. SENATOR EDWARDS

,

WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOU, HEAR YOUR IDEAS, ANSWER


YOUR QUESTIONS, AND MAKE HIS POSITION"IMPORTANT.
Return this experienced veteran ,I' !t

\ ISSUES KNOWN TO YOU. "' .
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to the House of Representatives! ", | .
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Served 6 yeort In the Home; ..,

elected for 4th term toil TONIGHTThursday ,.: :
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y 0 March '23: : '::1 1967Flagler

Vote for' EXPERIENCE 1 ; ,


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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MARCH 23. 1967 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT / <- -
'. :
IIEQUEST FOR DIEM I
Sealed bids will be received In
the office of the City Clerk of
the City of Bunnell, Florida. Inthe TO THE VOTERS .
Civic Center Building, until
(00 p.m. on the 17th day of
April A. for approximately
Ron11'h
10 ra lime OF BUNNELL:
during a one year period. Limeto
be delivered a. needed and In
quantities not exceeding: 25 tons.
OrmondBEACH All price shall be firm for the
f duration of the contract period. THANK YOUR VOTE OF CON-
YOU FOR
SAVINGS Price quoted must be f: o. b. City
of Bunnell plant cite.
pCtO soME The the right City Commissioners to reject any and reserve all FIDENCE. WILL ENDEAVOR TO SERVE YOU
bids and to accept the bid thatIn
FEDERAL Its Judgment will be for the EFFICIENTLY FOR THE NEXT TWO YEARS.T. .
beet Interest of the City of Bun
toaNs n..ll.Wltne"l1.
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN.tUt seal this niv 18th hand day and of official March.
Wadsworth
A D 19(7
H.IIBuddy"
/ / C. B..Elsenbach: MayorCity
) f o t iiniiHirio 4vMrtu of Bunnell, Florida
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Buy now. the ,style' _or '67. Completely new sheetmetal below the belt I I

Save I :'lite.. Fob' famed quiet ride, even q deter this year. Stronger! \ )

now. too. And loaded ,pith better ideas like the ""convenience 1 f a 7.
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was never $ettfi6e\ \& t d.net. chronized speed manual e'.111ft.I..:,: even more-all .at .noeasymonthyrms .
save on low pr&s. t>% trade.. s ,nd extra cost.FORD. .. I
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Senior Citizens CATTLEMEN 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MARCH 23. 1961


Get Driving Tips INCORPORATE

Secretary of State Tom
Drivers over age 65 face the Adams has announced the 14 0 C E Lean Western PORK '' '

possibility of having to un chartering of the Flagler ':

dergo tests every :two years, County Cattlemen's Association msGwINC. i ilb.
to determine their fitness to as a corporation, filed LOIN ROAST
continue driving, said Sgt. March 14, 1967 by Donald F. -

James McKinnon,special servIce Jordan, County Agent. Pur-
officer of the Florida State pose of the corporation is to "
Highway Patrol, In an address promote the beef and cattle
before the Flagler Senior Citizens industry In Flagler County. 59

Club Tuesday evening, Subscribers are Charlton ,
March 21, in the Municipal Wall, C. H. Cowart and Don 0

building, Flagler Beach. Mc ald F. Jordan.COMPLETES .w.

Klnnon mentioned other: leg. COURSE U. S. D. A. Choice '"j
islation designed to promote
greater safety pn the highway Army Private Fred Harris, : ::{ :
Including a uniform 20, son of Mrs. Lennie Jones, ROUND'I
traffic code, annual motor vehicle Bunnell, has completed a vehicle .\ ,
Inspection, a driver education mechanics course at Ft. ,

program for adults, Huachuca, Arizona. U. S. D. A. Choice "
and regulations/ curb the During the course, he was j
drinking driver. trained to repair internal combustion "
Followng his talk McKin- engines and wheeled ( ROAST : lb. 49

non presented two films Illustrating vehicle chassis components. I
common faults of Instruction: was given in the .
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many motorists which lead :to .. fundamentals of electrical and 1
transmission Fresh Florida Grade "A" (4 lbs. &' Up) :
There were 75 members and systems.


accidents.guests present to hear Sgt. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT BAKING HENS lb. 39Lean

McKinnon. During the business NOTICE NOTICE OF IS ruiiLifl HEREBY HEAIU\O GIVEN
meeting it was that will beheld
announced a ,public hearing:
by the legislative delegation -
that the Club now has 122
representing Flagler Coun-
members. Herbert F. Nye, of irorq special acts requested

Canada, was welcomed as a City of the Flagler Legislature l Beach at by 8-30 the: Western "BOSTON BUTT"PORK r Lean Western (First Cut)
new member. Lynn Clary, P.M. on Thursday, March SO.
chairman", appointed a nom. 1967. at the Flagler Beach City
Hall. ROAST PORK CHOPS
mating committee composedof Signed\ by: .
Lester Stanton, chairman, CHARLES TINDELL, \ '
City Attorney. lb. Ib.
Bid Oscar, Mlesa, and George All. Mar. 23, ltc.LEGAL 4ge 4ge

AHVEHTHEMKXTIIEQITKST
The next meeting will be -
April 4 when the speaker will FOIl 1IIIH
Sealed bids will be received In
who be Attorney will talk James on the II. subjectof Tucker the the City office of of Bunnell.the City Florida Clerk of in Copeland's SMOKED ((14-16 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)

the Civic ,
Center Building until
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wills, according to Walter 8:00 p.m. on the 3rd day of April
Creal, publicity chairman. -A. D. 1967. for one (1) new rotary -
cutter with the following

specifications Minimum:five (5) foot cutS HAM Ib 59
point hitch mounted
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING Straight w/sllp gear clutch box driven

Free swinging blade
j Tall wheel w/c rcu.
type tire
Convertible kit to offset
t Ii cutterA _
trade-in allowance on a

w/V Servls belt Hotary drives Cutter Model, pull No. S.type C. I IWe Will Be Closed Easter Sunday I

RATE 4c per word. Minimum 80 bid to must be considered be accompanied in bid. Each by

charge per issue $1.00. specification sheets describing
the item bid. Guaranteed delivery ,
WANTED-Couple with some date must be Included. Large PLASTIC BUCKET "FREE"
caretakers of Lake Each bid shall be addressed to .
income
as the City of Bunnell. P. O. Box with purchase of ((1) Giant Size -.,, ,- EVERCANE
Disston See at t.
Lodge. owner 76(1.( Bunnell. Florida marked
Lake Disston. 3. 23, Itp. "Bid for Rotary Cutter". The SPIC and.SPAN -
City Commission
the
right. to / 'neJvrl bids SUGAR
FOR QUICK ,SALE- Chevrolet and to wave any Informalities
Pick.up. Call 4373718. In bidding and also to fl.C will Hunts Wo. 300 Can
the bid that In Its Juflifift
March 23, 1 tp. the best interest 'Of the FRUIT for
TtOf 5 gag 3ge
Bunnell. Florida. COCKTAIL 5 $100
FOR SALE-English Sea Gull WITNESS my hand and official .

outboard motor, about 4$4H. A. D.seal. 1981.this list day of' MJroh. O'Sage No. 2V Can Limit 1 with $5.1>0 or more food order
P. Also electric outboard motor, for trolling. Both good City: of Plotlda PEACHES 4 For $100
condition. Reasonable. Phone (s) Nancy C. .Rodgers,
4392040. Mar. 23, 2tp. March CityClerk.zs.ao-Ztc.
Old Dutch 8 oz. ,Bottle
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Kraft Delux American :SLICED
FOR SALE-Reduce safe, slnv LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Ea.
pie and fast with GoBese CIRCUIT COURTKLAttl.RK DRESSING Zge
tablets. Only 98c at your COUNTY, &
CHEESE
drugstore. Jan19Apr. 6-12tc Civil FLORIDA IV*. .8 Bu h Bavarian Plus Deposit
In Re: Change of Name of
For Fill Dirt, Shell and Light JULIE KAY LUBKO. {6 Pak
Dozier Work, call 437.3669, a Dy minor: BEER 12n Btls.) Ea: 8ge 12 oz.'kg. .
Martin Harding or Jimmy LUCILLE ANN WILKINS 49

Snyder. 1.12 to 5.26 p. To: FRANK NOTICE LUSKO ,
Address. Unknown 1
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain You Are Hereby Notified Thata PET EVAPORATED

fields Installed; Rota-Koter Name Petition of the for the.... Chan.of. I
snail shell. Reasonable prices. minor child JUUIE O. MILK FROZEN FOODS
was filed in the above cause on
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 .. '
the 17 day of March. D. 1987.
8-1-tf by LUCILLE ANN WILKINS. Tall $100 Mrs. Paul's 9 oz. Pkg.
and you are hereby commandedto 7
Cans
Ea.
be and In the above
50x100 appear FISH STICKS
SALE cans
LOT FOR : 39CClark's
nanwdOMift onqp'jetort the 17
food
Limit 7 with $5.00 or more \
$750.00 $25.00 down and day of A 0141, 19V7 to IhowcauJgif
month. US Hwy, No. 1 'any there be, why the order
$15.00 <*r Change of Name CHOPPED Pkg. of Five 4 oz.
--4 miles north of Bunnell. ot be granted.
Apply Mrs. Whateley, opposite DA.T&D! 967 this. 47 day of SIRLOIN STEAKS Ea. 89 e.i

Fire Tower. Mar 9 TF ( all"cir:1T1} FRESH PRODUCE
( G1'!) OODY. -
Cat kill their c ciitcvrrCOURTFlAgler !]
Let your Dog or County Florida
own Ticks and Fteas. Feed Mirth Ja30.FU iT-ll Golden RipeBANANAS

them TICK RID CAPSULES, "" We CHEER
Anderson Rexall Drug Store. ROY'SST&AM

FOR SALE Easter Rabbits. CLEANING SERVICE U. S. No. 1 vPOTATOES King '
3% to 5 weeks old. Phone 4 lIIHf.t.F. nONv0t
Ramsey 41 4607. $10 to TIIJB iKNM and tflfl'fGI 10 dag 49C Size 990Juicy

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THURS.
:; BIUDGE:
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CLUB MEETS

The Finesse Bridge Club
Bob and Janice Davis of .
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met Monday evening at the Gainesville spent the week I II i.- ,-.: I, : -
home of Mrs. Martin McDanlei. -
end here with her parents, Mr.
High scorer for the evening HASTINGS MATTRESS
and Mrs. Buck Lovelace.
LOCALS. Gurnee.
was Mrs. Keene
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
The group will meet Monday
Curtis and Naomi Rodgers
March 27 at 8:00: p. m. 710-12 Lemon St.
at the home of Mrs. Sam and Virginia King spent the Pal atka. Florida
weekend in Orlando visiting
Broadaway. Phone EA 5.9166
Bob and Evelyn Cook had Charlton and Sandra Wall with Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Dye. Furnltu Upholstering

as their dinner guests Sun. and children Deen and Jodee, CELEBRATES Repaired & Refinished
day Mr. and Mrs. Victor Span. and Odell and Lillian Hersey, FIFTH BIRTHDAY SPECIAL SERVICES Mattresses & Box Springs

Ik, Somerset, Mass; Mr. and visited in Deland and Samsu- Martin Steflik, son of Mr. FOR METHODISTS Made\: Order.Also Renovated

Mrs. Al Spanik, Ocala; Robert la Sunday. and Mrs. Louis Steflik, celebrated There will be a special Call Laura Morris 437.3233
and Leslie Cock and son his fifth birthday an Thursday Commun. Alter 6:00 P. M.
Maundy
Steven, Gainesville. The Cooks niversary Monday with a party PRICES REASONABLE.
Overnight guests of Danny ion service a( the First Methodist
will have as their Easter and Madge Johnston Thursday at St. James Day School, Church of Bunnell at BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
weekend houseguests, their Ormond. Martin's classmates Just as near as your
were Mr. and Mrs. Ira 7:30, m. tonight. Friday
Harry him for the celebra p. Phone or Post Office
and joined
son in law daughter,
Gingrich, Cortland, N. Y. from 12:10 to 12:30: p. m. there Us A Card or Call
and Pat Gignac and children ,tIcn. Drop
will be Good Friday service.
Boca Raton. Free Pick-up & Delivery'

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bar Levi and Melba Brannamhad These services'are especial. ... .
field, III, LaGrange, Ga., are as their overnight guests ly structured to prepare those ,. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Levi Brannam, visiting here with his aunt, last Wednesday their daughters attending for Easter.
Susan Brannam, Benton .
Mary Mrs. Cameron.
Rosely
Mary Susan Brannam,
Eisenbach and Larry Cox: at.
Palatka and Mrs. David
tended a IGA sales meetingIn .
Shields, Merritt Island. Thursday
Orlando Sunday afternoonat Mary Ketus Holland and
the Robert Meyer Motor Margaret Cook visited in morning they left for
Mayo, Florida and Homerv1l1e"Georgia Jacksonville where they were
Lodge. Tuesday thru Thursday both delegates to the Florida

last week. Teachers Association conven
JoAnn Ellis and Elizabeth tion.

Ellis of Orlando visited here
Saturday with JoAnn's parents Billy and Carol Deen and Minnie Deen, a member of

Walter and Laura Mor daughter, Caroline, Belle the Grady Louise Dance Stu.
ris. Glade, visited here during the dio, performed at the Elks

weekend with their parents, Club in Daytona' Beach Saturday RETURN BILL REEDY
Weekend houseguests: of Bill and Freda Deen and Jim evening. '
and Opal Craig.

were Carlton Mr.and and Lucille Mrs. G.Johnston H. Rem- Wayne Buckles, son otor-. TO THE LEGISLATURE

ley, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edee Cowart, Jimmy Sue don and Maxine Buckles spent
Williams of Savannah, Ga. Tilton and Trudye and Tanya the weekend in San Mateo
Johnstonsthis visiting with his grandparents lie has served aft:
Visiting with the Hawkins, will perform in a
rear* In the
week are their son and dance recital Friday eveningat Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Buck. Hou'ei wax reelected -

daughter in law, Johnny and the Palatka High School les. term last to Aovemberi 14th-
Isobel Metts and son: David. Auditorium. WB r-nom
be Mike McMillan, Cocoa, vis boated by more
Johnny will leaving soon than 2 to I In the .
for Topeka, Kansas, where he i ited here Wednesday with his. .
will be stationed with the"US Herschel and Peggy King parents, Mac and Ethel Mc. prmerry.
Air Force. were in Tallahassee Saturday Millan.
where they visited with their

daughter Vicki, a student at MRS. STRICKLAND
Mrs. Irene Durrance is in District 32 1 .
FSU. Sunday they were visitors PRESENTED UDCMEMBERSHIP
Tallahassee visiting with her Moultrie Flagler / Lake /
in Ga.
,
son in law and daughter, Mr. Putnam /, St. Johns
and Mrs. Jimmy Helms and Mrs. Sadie Strickland was Ar.Capable
... presented a certificate of
family. Among those from Bunnell .
membership at recent meet.
attending the Al Hirt perform.
ing of the UDC at, the homeof
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gordonof ance at the Peabody Auditor. Mrs. W. W. Deen with Mrs. Con nfious, ProvenYOUR
Oxford spent the weekend ium Wednesday evening in
H. T. Cook as hostess.
here visiting with Roy Gor Daytona Beach were Fred
don. Fruits and son Freddie; Dr. Mrs. Strickland is the first VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED!

Allen Reynolds; Martin and Real Daughter to receive I Pd. Pot.Adv.by W.H.R....'

t Mr. and Mrs. Dan Knight of Bette McDaniel and son Rob. membership 11the General

/ Deland visited here Sunday ert; A. M. McDaniel; John Joseph Chapter. Eggleston Her father served Johnston In T PY'........... r;, r .........,__ V""' with Mrs. Leona Knight. and Nancy Rodgers; Mrs. A.
C. Rodgers ''and daughter Beverly ithe confederate army. Mrs. Leona
Kent Holland; Robbie Knight presented a program BUDDY I KNOX
r Lois Carle and son
and
Ray "Confederate Arms".
Durrance and Mike Church;
Glenn of Titusville and Wilbur James Allen Brannam and The hostess served cake and Ii r01JR .

I and Susan of Sheffield Jacksonville and Benton Eisenbach; Mose and coffee to Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. SINCLAIR

, daughter Joan Atkinson. Knight, Mrs. R. W. Deen, Mrs.
at the
spent the weekend C. H. Cowart, Mrs. Floyd Ting. DEALER

Carle home, Orange Street. ley, Mrs. J. O. Craig Mrs. R. HEATING OILS ICE

I Weekend houseguests of W. Cody, Mrs. M. B. Fuller, 1IOMR AND TRUCK
AND
Tom Kahlert, University of Victor and Cora Buckles were Mrs. Z. D. Holland, Mrs. H. H. INDUSTRIAL HOME

Georgia, Athens, Ga., left today Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Harkey, Murray, and Mrs. Z. GI| Holland Bunnell Sinclair -Service
Station
after visiting several days Crystal River and Mr. and and Mrs. Gene Knight.

here with his parents, Tony Mrs. Al Chamberlain, Ormond PHONE 437-3632 NIGIIT 437-3044

and Mildred Kahlert. Beach.Refreshing CELEBRATESIRTHDAT 24 IIOUIl WRECKER SERVICE MECHANIC ON DUTY

WITH SLUMBER PARTY .

Kathleen Buckles, daughterof
Gordon and Maxine Buckles .

Shell Bluff, celebrated her
10th birthday anniversary

with a slumber party Friday py'R
ri!
t
% night at her home. Kathleen's
'tc
guests were Susan Clegg, Me. PRe sr's

,? + a t 0 R.1e na Wadsworth, Carol Hardln,
Dot Tucker, Karen Baker and
Marcy Strickland.


STUDYING POETRY

Students in Mrs. Walter

Morris fifth grade at Bunnell
I High School are studying

poetry, and the following
poem written toy Carol Waughwas
submitted to the Tribuneby
Mrs. Morris.

STRAY COW
I t There's a cow in the barn
> Said Billy McFarn

I I And he's not ours I know.


With a little pink nose

'. And speckled toes
And he wiggles to and fro


_ the Nation's Economy

i s What is the brewing industry worth to the American 3 OAIXOHS *4tog Retain your good health right through your liter yean. It
I economy?Reckon it in billions. Here are some of oar INTERIOR may be necessary to give the body some extra care, but this is
annual outlays, in round numbers: or EXTERIOR simply routine. More attention to diet and rest can be:helpfulsod
Excise taxes (federal, state, local). _$1.4 Bfflkm VINAL LATEX moderate exercise is essential.

Agricultural purchases (grains, etc.) .$215 Million (Plus TV Stomps) Bat most important is regular attention by your Doctor. He

Packaging purchases MARY CARTER a:: will guide yew in the brae o7 necessary medicines,which should
(wood metal) . .. . .$560 Million M4 MASON ATB. be taken only st hit direction. He will the
Salaries a ndwag ges. . . .. . .$2.6 BillionON DAYTONA BBACH.PH.FLORIDA SSS-9U1 best medicine*. MIl st those of Park, Davis prescribe& Cosapaay.only
THESE FOUR ITEMS ALONE-MOW!THAN $4 BILLION
We invite JOB to Wag your prescriptions here prostpdy, a*

The Bnwwkt of Am rka.Pump Constant, JtafrsshmMtMa O. F. ALFORD we' arc prepared: to serve your every pharmaceatkal .....

the American Economic.... "'v AfcftA Bfll This exert ate CM do much toward asking old aft yearANDERSON'S

UNITIO STATES MtWEM MSOCUTrOH,WC. (i .sac i+abldsfe sad plcasaae JeUI. .
Real :Estate Broker .
J,; :t .o. BOX 273, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA '

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.._ ,ADVERTISEMENT BAKE SALE THURS. MARCH 23. 1967 :;(..I j jYy
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XOTICIJNotice The Pentecostal Holiness .

1' hereby given that Church will have a Bake Sale ";4
pursuant to motion duly made Saturday morning In front of '
seconded and carried by the J.
Board of County: Commissioners' the Post Office. Quantity Rights f''

at of a Flagler Special Bounty:Meeting, of Florida said Baked goods will be sold WE GIVE Reserved
Board held on the 20th day of from 9:00 a. m. until 12 noon.
March. A. D. 196T Inspectors and M E T T S *tsr
Clerks of each >Election District '

or Florida Precinct were In appointed FlagUr and County voting EPISCOPAL.EASTER SERVICES CHURCHA AT TOP Prices Good ,
places or polling places for
Thurs. Fri. Sat.
,
each Election District or Precinct '"
In Flagler County. Florida special Maundy Thurs. and Monday, .

Special were Election designated to be for held the on day Communion service will VALUE SUPER MARKET March 23, 24, 25
Tuesday, the 28th of March.A. he held 'at St. Thomas Episcopal
County. D. 1967 Commissioners, the said of Board FlaglerCounty of Church at 5:30: p. m. and 27, 1967 .. ,

Florida, having appoint* There will be 'a Good Friday STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
ed the following named personsas service .
at
Inspectors and Clerks respectively the church at 5:30p. :
and having designatedthe m., March 24.
following voting or pollingplaces The
Easter
for said Election: Worship Service ,
\ Precinct No. 1 will be at 11:15 a. m. Sunday. Florida Grade "A"FRYERS ARMOUR STAR (Smoked) "
Vote In the County Commissioners All Sunday School studentsare .
Room In Flagler County ,
C Florida. asked to attend the wor
:: louolsnne Myra, Wade ship HAMS
service and bring their
'
worth, Geneva Rodgers, Inspect
ors. Beatrice White, Clerk. Mite boxes to the service. '
Precinct No. 3 There will be no Sunday ,
Vote in the Flagler Beach Rec- School Easter. Lb. Half orWhole
reation Center, Flagler Beach, .
Florida. School. Whole 29' : 55
Anna M. Buono Doris Fllklns. Lb. ;
Helen Sindelar, Inspectors Catherine /P'PY 7.
Wilson, Clerk. H BIRTHDAY I
Precinct No. S t Lean MeatySPARE \

Vote, In Community Hall Florida.Tautly HawCreek Thursday, March 23, Ken Lb.....- ............. wl.4.4-:: ..._.",.., 49 e r
Flagler County Herring. RIBS : : .
Bowden Mao Kiefer, ML.,
Barbara Cody Inspectors. Doris Friday Amy S. Threadglll, ,
Tucker, Precinct Cle kr : Nn. 3-A Matthew H. Jones. C} p. Ma- ARMOUR STAR (All Meat) ",

Vote In Church Ball Korona.Flagler gee. %

Alice CountyFlorida.Lyslak: Antoinette Slovak Saturday, Esther. B. Jueng. WIENERS '". : .12'oZ.'Pkg..;... e..._......:.:....;... 390
Karen .
ling, .
Imo ens Massey. .'; r J '
tors. Sophie l II r.dC"eec Sunday, Jack Logan, David U. S. ChoicePOT .\t''r' :' 'oC> \ ,

Vote In Precinct St. Johns No.Park 4 Com- M. Clark, Ethel Wlckllne, a Lb:: .,,....,, ,:........i.._......... '59ft
munity Ball St. Johns Park, Craig Wilder, Benjle Cauley. ,, ROAST ,- "

Flagler Doris 'h'e: \ Florida., Mary Hard- Monday. Jimmy Watson, ; "
Ing. Joan Harper, Inepectore.Aileen Eugenia Allen. World's BestGROUND '

Harding.Precinct Clerk.No. 4-A Tuesday Elizabeth Jean .

Flagler Vote in County Masonic Florida.Hall Bunnell, Traver, Ardele Wlgle. BEEF' C Lb......... ;.._................... 9ge

Amorette Wells, Jennie Green .
grvcy Wray, Inspectors. Nina FRIENDLY CIRCLE U. S. Choice (Full Cut) .1 1 I j' ,.' "" "
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Clerk.Precinct No. R REELECTS OFFICERSMrs. ROUND STEAK '.Lb..i: .:............................. 99,.,
Vote in Community Hall Es*
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panola, Flagler County, Max Jeff Seale was reelect.ed
Phyllis r h ne
Buckles Carolyn Raulerson, In president of the Friendly u. s. CHOICE u. S. Choice
spectors. Maulse McKenny, Clerk Circle at the regular meeting SIRLOINS T BONES
Precinct No. B-A t
Thursday evening at the home
Vote in Johnson Building AlA
Highway, Marlneland. Florida. of Mrs. Rosely Cameron with $ 09

Margaret Collins Lillian Arnold Mrs. Elbert Crews as co-hos Lb........................u......_.......... 99 e Lb.-............ 1
Letltla Legreve, Inspectors.
Coley Mitchell. Clerk. tess.Other
By, order of the Board of officers reelected to
County Commissioners of FlaglerCounty
Florida, in cial serve the ensuing,j ear were
arPB
Meeting of said Board Florida*, Mrs. W. W. Deen, vice president FLORIDA GRADE "A"MEDIUM
County
nell Flagler
this 20th day of March. A. D. ; Mrs. Charles Chambers,
1967. secretary and Mrs. Martin Me-

Board LOUIS of M.County STEFLIK Commissioners Chairman. Daniel, treasurer. EGGS 2doz. for 79

ATTEST of Flagler AND County COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Florida "The Key to Living Is Giving"

SEAL, was the devotional pre
AFFIXED: sented by Mrs. Ray Mercer.
OEORGE Board of M.County MOODY Commissioners, Clerk Ten members attended. (OR YOUR CHOICE)



of LEGAL Flagler County.ADVEHTISKMKNT IT-March Florida J! 23: 1967 HONORDED ON BIRTHDAYMrs.. Marie ON West entertain. LARGE EGGS 2 doz. for# 89


DID!! FOR Ain-CONDITIOXEH:
HEIUESTED ed with a birthday party Friday
The Board of County Commissioners evening at her home in (Limit 4 Dozen of Your Chioce)

of Flagler County Flor Espanola, honoring her
ida, is Interested/ receiving
ninth
sealed bids for supplying and daughter Kathy, 'on her KRAFT
Installing a central Alr-Condt- birthday anniversaryThe
Judge's tlonlntc Unit Chamber for the Courtroom Conference young guests enjoyeda *

Room and Supervisor of Election hamburger fry completewith MAYONAISE Jar 47
office located on the second the traditional refreshments Qt.
floor of the Flagler County
Courthouse at Bunnell. of cake and Ice cream.
The Board will consider two Kathy's overnight guests ,
proposals: (OR YOUR CHOICE)
1. To air condItion said were Darlene Holdridge, Lisa
area from exlslng unit located Kinney, Sherry Buckles, Leah
the first floor of
on
co Tucker and Betty Ann Mon
2..rgusir condition said tana. iiRACLE
area from a separate unit. WHIP 47
Bids will be received until Saturday the group, accompanied Qt. Jar
t:00 A.M. Monday April 3rd, by Mrs. West, enjoyedthe
1967. at the office of the Clerkof
the Circuit Court. Flagler Cracker Day festivities.

County Courthouse. Bunnell.The of choice with purchase of $5.00 food order
Board reserves the rightto Limit (1)) your or more
reject any and all bids. LARGEST WEEK FOR
LOUIS M. STEFLIK Chairman CANNERS
BOARD OF COUNTY COM DIXIE CRYSTALS
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Associationtotal
MISSIONERS. FLAOLER CO Florida Canners
UNTY. FLORIDA weekly pack of frozen


BOARD ATTEST OKOROE. FLORIDA:OF M OF COUNTY MOODY.FLAQLER Clerk COMMISSIONERS COUNTY -- history concentrated Feb. 18.with Almost the orange week six Juice million ending in U G AR -. 5 Lb. Bag 47


March U.So-2tl gallons were packed.

Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order



EASTER SPECIALSPOTTED FRESH PRODUCE GROCERY BARGAINS


PLANTS CUT FLOWERS Fresh CrispLETTUCE Delmonte ((303 Can)

CORSAGES 2 Heads 390 CREAM CORN 4 Cn.. 8ge

PERMANENT WREATH6 and CROSSES Delmonte (Flat Cans)
M Golden YellowBANANAS

BLACK'S FLOWER SHOP Lb- Oe TUNA Z Cans 750

Ph. 437-3348 Monogram (L. G.)
111 N. Forsythe Street

FROZEN, FOODS RICE i;? 390BAKERY '

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Big Scoop

/' Gal. -
ICE MILK 590
Insurance
Flagler County Everfreah (Reg.)

Golden Gem (6 oz.) BREAD 5 Loaves
Cn.. 950Everfreth
Agency, Inc. LEMONADE 9 99*
(Hot Dog)


- AH Forms of Insurance DAIRY DEPARTMENT BUNS '.8 ?&. 210:

Street -:- &* re 4WM171
10f North Bay Pillsbury (Hamburger)

Bunnell, Florida 3J010LirtFIREAUTOCASUALTY BONDS BISCUITS CaR 90 BUNS 8 :::.. ZitLEGAL



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: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE THANK YOU 6:THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, THT7RS. MARCH 23 1967

-. i mbr 1Iflsg\tr\ uTrttmnr TO WHOM IT MAT OP SALE CONCEHNfYou We take this opportunity to

", INCORPORATED' the following are hereby motor notified vehicle that: thank ,the Bunnell VolunteerFire BAKE SALESATURDAY goods are to be picked up at

i' DCNNELL, FLORIDA 1988 Pontiac, ID 237176P298338 Department for exting. the cafeteria.
will be sold at public tale at .
jj 11 o'clock AM. on the 80th dar uishing the fire at our home, Proceeds from the sale will
,. of March, The cafeteria personnel at
Y; i :JlIt
LEN WILSON
Hall Chev. Co. Saturday, March 18., enable the cafeteria employees -
'* .Editor and Publisher Bunnell, Florida Bunnell High School will havea :

BETTE S. McDANIEL be The applied proceed tOt the the .: mgt The effort extended Is deep Bake :Sale, Saturday, March :to attend the Florida

t News Editor of the costs of retaking, storing; ly appreciated. 25. School Food Service Association
and sale of said motor vehicle
and the cost of publication of meeting In Tampa in
notice of sale and then to the The'Raymond Smith The sale will be on a call .
Designated newspaper fLegal all satisfaction of the balance due Family order basis only and baked April.
under the contract with
AdvertisingEntered Jesse E, Hall
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Newark N. J.
covering the financing of laid
as second lass matter motor vehicle. Any surplus will
February I, 1913, at the post- be paid to you and you will remaIn -
office at Bunnell, Florida, under liable for any balance remaining -

\ :.. Act of March I. 1878.I tract.The newspaper unpaid under publishing said con-this Re-Elect L. K. EDWARDS Jr. .

r Notice of Sale shall not be liable
.' ,,0.. Year __..-92.00 In damages to any person or ,
1\ Six Bftatks .....?.?..-.-...31.2.5N persons named therein arising
solely from the publication of
; said notice.
) General Motors
Acceptance Corp.By .
Dan Wall
c/o Hall Tumlln Chev.. Co.
Bunnell. Florida
1 :March 23, ltc.

CHURCH
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

\ NEWS HRQt'KST FOR BIDS
jj Sealed bids will be received In
the office of the City Clerk of
the City of Bunnell, Florida in
the Civic Center Building, until
f FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8:00 p.m. on the Srd day of April,
A. D. 1967, for one (1) new tractor
Flagler Beach with the following specifications -

Max Hall Pastor Gasoline: engine

Sunday School: 9:45. 33-40 draw .oar h.p.
Morning Worship: 11:00. 12-volt electric system
< speed transmission
Evening Worship: 7:30.: (or more-forward)

Wednesday Prayer Meeting: Dry Live tporJr hydraulic cleaner

7:30. systemLive
P.T.O.
6.00x16" front tires
BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST 14" x 26" rear tires
Charles D. Anders Pastor w/sand tread
Swinging draw bar
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday Each bid must be accompan-
School/ ied specification sheets describing
the Item bid. Guaranteed
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship delivery date must be Included. ,.
6:30: Training Union. Each bid shall be addressed to
p.m.
the City of Bunnell P. O. Box
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 768, Bunnell, Florida, marked < o
Wed.: 7:30: p.m., Prayer. "Bid for tractor". The City Commission
reserves the right to reject -
Service. any and all bids and to
waive any Informalities in bidding -
I and also to accept the bid
THE METHODIST CHURCH that in Its judgment will be for i.

Flagler Beach the Bunnell.belt }Interest 4'lorlda.clrl.rlNl1 of the City of 'f"1'i.

Reynold Nelson Hoover. = my hand and offi-
Church School, 9:45 a. m. list day of March,
A. D. .u67.II .
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ( ) C. B. Eliienbach, Mayor 1F
Youth Fellowship, 6:30: p. m. ATTESTlty of Bunnell, Florida -

Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30 (s) Nancy C. nodeer.,
City Clerk
p.m.Men's March 23-30-2tc.
Club meets the first

4 Monday of each month at 3 GAL. FOR $5.00 Senator L. K. Edward points to land given by Florida Power Corp. for

I 7:30 p. m.Woman's.
I \I' Society of Chris- QUALITY PAINT Cross State Barge Canal. SenatorEdwards'sponsored legislationto) aci -
t tion Service the 2nd Thurs (Come In ..d see It made) r '
.,,. ':. ;* .*
day, 9:30 a. m.CATHOLIC I*. V. Veomani Ormond Deack, .f ,tivate Cross State Barge Canal. > C"e. *
I Corner Hand Ave. A: V. S. 1
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CHURCHESRev. 677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30 (Paid,Political Advertisement)

Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor .I {.'t1'yt
ST. MARY'S KORONA

Sunday, Mass: 7:30: a.m. N .

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., ": _

and Friday at 8:30: a.m.
SPECIAL ELECTION OFFICIAL BALLOT .
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Mass 9:00
Sunday : a.m. ,
Weekday Masses: Tues. and ""a FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA I (,'

Thurs. at 8:30: a.m. ,: ;,
\ ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL
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Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. It.( ., :' MARCH 28, 1967 : ,i
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; 8:30 a.m.PENTECOSTAL. FLAGLER COUNTY J J:1j'
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Rev. John Llngold Pastor /
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. 'i,% '-' To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, place a cross (X) mark in the square at

Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose name is.

Life Liners Service, 6:30 notprinted on the ballot write his name in the blank space provided for that purpose. .
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Evening Evangelistic Service LEGISLATIVE 1 LEGISLATIVE
'. 7:30: p. m.
State Senator Member,

ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL 13th Senatorial District, I State House of Representative

.' The Rev. Robert Stuart (Vote for one) d { ;' 33rd House District
: Priest in Charge
(Vote for one)
Morning Worship 11.15 a. m. 'I
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Church School 11:15 a.m. ,;:HARVEY R. KLEIN Rep. ,\ jj "
Communion first Sunday of "
each month. ..N G. II!. "Ken" HAST Rep. 01

Three miles east of Bunnellon .. ) ( ;L.. K. EDWARDS, JR. Dem. t'r' .

highway 100.COMMUNITY I I- JAMES N. (Gator) BECK Dem.r.i I

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MEMORIALCHURCH .. ... '
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Rev. R. W. Dlckert Pastor r
". : -Sunday School 9:45: a. m. I. i The.remaining oteees required by law to beat filled

Y. 'Worship Service 11 a. m. ',', ./.' 4: LEGISLATIVE i ., Al.. : ,''+:' w '"' I \. .,' {this election are being sought'by' only one can
Communion every first Sun. dfdate.for. each office. To,vote for these remain

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State House of Representatives.. .' .4' to the right of the name of the candidate lorI

FIRST METHODIST I '. 32nd House District whom you desire to vote. To vote for a person

Oliver BUNNELLRev. Taylor Pastor (Vote for one) t r t '. whew name is not printed on the ballot, write
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representing Flagler Coon
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7-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS MARCH 23. 1967 Plaintiff, manded In the complaint. NOTICE
vs. DATED at Bunnell Flagler Pursuant to Section 735.06,
County Florida,this 13th day of Florida: Statutes: notice !I. hereby *
LEGAL AlEItTISEMENT DARLENEJ H. LOWERY. March 1967.GEORGE. given than an order has been
County Florida Defendant. M MOODY Clerk entered by this court declaring
TV TUB: CIIlc'IT COURT IV (nm iyi:.Julia R. Harvey, NOTICE Circuit, Court. Flagler County: administration I of the estate, of
AND FOR FLAGLEH COUN.TY ?!* Court Seal) Florida Chris Kllper as, unnecessary.
Deputy TO DATlLEN H. LOAVRRY. '
FLORIDACIVIL No. 416 March 23,Clerk JO, April 8, 1$. 4tc 1418 Buchanan Street Iti!lupttty' banlee(A ,:fl..r.LEt..f Kindly InglV govern. \I
LANZARA, Maryville. California (s) T. K. McknightCounty ;
FRANK LEGAL NIo D. SHAWP
ADVERTISEMENT YOU AHB HEREBY NOTIFIED Judge
Plaintiff.. that a Complaint for Divorce ; O.; Box 19* Date March I$ >96l
VI.DIANE LANZARA, nr-Qt"F.\T ON FOR BIDe ON has been filed against you DunnelU Florida Mar. 23. 30. Apr ", IS (toWE'RE
SCHOOL BUS CHASSIS and you are required to serve a Attorney, for Plaintiff
DetendanLNOTICE The Flakier County copy of your answer or pleading Match 18. :83 SO;: April 4 4TC
OF SUIT Public Inltructlon request bids to the complaint to the Plaintiffs
on one (1) attorney. LELAND LKQAL ADVEIITU'14; MEN'I'' LOOKING
IN OF THE STATEOF school bus chassis nneR'
FLORIDA: 1 for mounting a 68 capacity bus SHAW, P. O. Box 296. FORA
TO: DIANE LANZARA f/- Each Bid l must be marked Florida, and file the original 1JT Till! COUNTY, JUIKSEM
Residence and address un.. answer of pleading In the officeof COURT i\ AND rou FLAG GOOD MAN
known. anddmailedhorldelive edutoreach the Clerk of the Circuit Court LEIt ("OUNTY. KLOUIDA.
You are hereby required to the Supe-rlntendent'e Office at on or before the 15th day of IN PHOllATK. XOk: MX
with the Clerk of this 10:00: A. M.. April Specifications April 1967. If you fail to do 10, In Re Estate of
file Court
your answer to the Bill of Complaint and bid : r:7in: be a order of default will be takenagainst CHRIS KJLPER.Deceased.. OVER 40
filed herein against you obtained at the office of Super- you for the relief de-
In the above styled cause on or Intendent .f. Public Instruction. Fold Short Trips
before April 25, 1967, and serveA P. rnB7SJ5, Bunnell, Florida.
The
copy thereof upon BERRIEN of Public Instruction Surrounding Bunnell
BECKS, plaintiffs attorney here. and reserves all bIds.the right to reject- any SISTER HINDU: MAN WE WANT IS'
in, whose address la: 119 North'JUdgewood
Spiritual Healer and Advisor WORTH. UP TO
Avenue DaytonaBeach be any -
within
Florida. "FLAOLER TRI.BUNE" fre aye
Is hereby designated as after rd' Is accepted.Harold (8> TOUCH OF HER HAND WILL. CURE YOU $16,500' EAU

the der n. v.rfa be rbi this eor a Board of Emery Public Chairman Instruction Sister Hindu has the God given power to heal by prayer..
Plus CashBonuses
week HEREIN for four FAIL consecutive NOT OR A week DEFAULT ATTEST Flatter* County She 'advises on all affairs of Ute Every, onewelcome! Regular

WILL BE. ENTERED b. You Sister Hindu at
AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH Coy Board Harris Jr.. Secretary can see : AIR MAIL
of Public Instruction
FAILURE.The nature of this suit Is a Flagler County 123 SOUTH DIXIE, HIGHWAY M. A. PATE, JR
bill for divorce _March 21, Ite PRESIDENTTexa
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
WITNESS my hand and seal
LEGAL
at Florida Bunnell, this, 16th Flagler day otC Marc,, IN THE CIRCUIT ADVERTISEMENT COURT Open 8 o. E to 10 p. m. EVERT DAY' AND SUNDAT Refinery Box 7V1. Corp
A. D. 196T. 'LAGLE' PHONE 829-8251
GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk CIVIL ACTION'OUNTY.66 FLORIDA Fort Worth. Texas 7S10L
Circuit Court, Flagler OLIVER LOWERY JR. i

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Re-Elect K. EDWARDS, Jr I I








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1 I will continue to support the improvements for our


road system in this district. qS

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Z I favor the' designation of US 17 and State, Road 19 as ___. ;


US 23 and four-laning same along with a new bridge over t ( -


the St. Johns at Palatka.



3 I will fight to continue to protect the county's share. of Z s


.gas tax and race track monies. .



4 I will work to secure ,the four-laning of State Road 100



from I 175 to I 195 through Clay Putnam and Flagler Coun'T.

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5 I will fight to complete the four-laning of our major .


highways throughout the district.Experience.







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ReElect L.I K. EDWARDS, 1 Jr. .







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Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Long SermonRev. jects, Dental Health and Com lf}-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MARCH 23. 1967
left Monday for their home Weekly municable Diseases. Treatment .

In South Hampton, Long Island Oliver F. Taylor, Pastor for these services depends entity benefits, the cost of No investor loses money In
N. Y. after a visit here Bunnell Methodist Church upon financial resources which will be assessed in still a get rich.quick scheme If he
with Mrs. Alice Schaeffler. SOONER OR LATER EASTER but Flagler County has an higher taxes. restricts his greed to a fair

Sooner or later immunization program opento profit on the actual money
every personis
Mrs. Otis Magee entertainedthe confronted with a need for anyone, Mrs. Taylor stated. The income tax is the primary Invested.mm.
Monday Bridge Club af The council source of funds to run
an understanding of his rela. new bylaws were
her home, 112 11th St The tionship with eternity. Every distributed to the members.Mrs. the federal government. But
foursome Included the hostess, person has to decide for him. : Pat Slebert Flagler Pub. as the social security tax out-
Mrs. Schwenk, Mrs. Batten self whether or not 'the claimsof lic Health Nurse, was welcomed strips the income tax for more
and more people, it might be
and Mrs. Jordan. Christianity are true. There as a new member. YOUR
appropriate to ask whether the DRIVER'S LICENSE !
are no scientific proofs as to a. .
Candy Lovell celebrated, her federal tax picture has not "
God through Jesus Christ Thisis mm YOUR
birthday anniversary Sunday, grown a little out of propor.
an act of faith. OUT OF PROPORTIONAn BIRTH MONTHFisherman's
tion.
with a dinner party at her Testimony of others is all

home, Palmetto Ave., Flaglerler the Christian faith has, and increase In the social Security ,
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Beach. Enjoying the occasion tax went into eftect
the church is based upon this
with the honoree were relationship in faith. The Holy January 1, 1967. The maxi
her parents, Keith and Alice Scriptures record the ultimateIn mum for an individual jump. Inn
LovellpHarry; and Noreid Ku relationship between God ed to $290.40, more than double .

\ leski, Jim Fritts, Daytona and man. The New Testamentis the $144 tax of 1960 which'
Beach and Seaman Jake Billings a post-resurrection document took 23 years to achieve. Social
began in 1937 FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE
Mayport. of the faith of the early securty .
with maximum of
a tax $30
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Christian community.The per year. .v YOUR FAVORITE BEER ,AND SNACK
Christian faith finds its
The impact of social
Adams and sons, Peter and security
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high water mark in its understanding
taxes will time BAR-PIZZA
Robert, from Upper Mont. grow as
clair N. J. to of Easter. In pro. goes on. There are built-in in.
are expected arrive
Till ? Closed Monday
today for a visit with claiming Easter the Christian creases which reach as far Op3a 7:30 a. m.
Church places Its very exist into the future, 1987
as and
:their Miss Anne ,
daughter, ence before the Judgment of President Johnson has asked Boats for Rent-Docking & Gas.-Phone 439.9211
Adams Bunnell
art (teacher at
men, and rests its case on its
High School. for an increase lit social se ,
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disciple who is bearing witness
NEW RESIDENTS
to these things, and who
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnell Good.


man Flagler Chiefland at and the Beach their Flagler, have and four Manor.are moved childrenof residing to we has true.know written" John that these 21:24.his things testimonyis ; and Re-Elect I 1LJ: K JLJL. ED WARDS, Jr.



Mr. Bonnell is the market IN APPRECIATIONI

manager of J. D's ThriftwayStore. wish to thank Dr. Canak- ... .
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Prior to moving here aris, and Dr. Blanton, the :
he was employed as market nurses, and the entire hospital IfI.Wq : 7y
manager at! the Chlefland staff, Rev. Taylor for his vis :
Thriftway Store.
its'and prayers and the am .
(o'Or t :
bulance driver for all the

SPECIAL EASTER nice things they did for me. .
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Also my children, relativesand > ,
MUSIC PROGRAMThere friends for their cards, : ,L .'

and visits while I In .
gifts was w. II-D. '
will be a Special .,the hospital and at home. Z : }" .
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Easter Music Program, 7:30: ,
Their kind deeds will al. .r b <
Sunday evening at the first ways be remembered. r", M.I.! ",
Baptist Church, Flagler Beach. Mrs. Jessie Rice # 'ft?
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Solos, in addition Ho selectionsby <<
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the church choirr will be I i :
presented under ,the directionof .f
,Judson Stryker and church FLAGLER NURSING \h' ,1
pianist, Mrs. Anita Hirst. The JJ
COUNCIL MEETINGServices
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public is invited to attend. ..
I I of the Public Health f 'io.
I METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Department were presentedto
Next Sunday morning after the Flagler County Nursing 0
Easter Sunrise Service, all Council by Mrs. Margaret
j Methodist Youth Fellowship Taylor, Public Health Nurse,

members are Invited to a pan. at the March 16 council. meet. 2, $w .
cake breakfast in Fellowship ing.
Hall The M. Y. F. will sit as Mrs. Taylor told the group,
a unit at the sunrise service, maternal and child care cases
at the Community Church. received high priority. In dis ,

There will be a special cussing the work activities, }
Maundy Thursday Commum-' Mrs. Taylor stated Flagler

ion Service tonight at 7:30, p. County had two midwiveswho .:, :\"
were licensed by /the ., ... b" "
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church school members state and worked in cooperation : ": 'i .'
are reminded that there will with the Health Depart. .,.;,: ', -..',) ....
be no church school on Easter ment. Mrs. Taylor also ex
Sunday but they are urged to plained the PKV tests that Florida Cattlemen, Cushman Rodebough, Pres. American National
attend the regular church are given to infants in orderto

services at 11 o'clock. recognize any inborn de. Cattlemen's Assoc., Senator L, K. Edwards, Doyle Conner, Florida Com
r feats of metabolism, which
could lead to brain damageand missioner of Agriculture, Ralph W.>Cellan, Pres. Florida Cattlemen'
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL mental retardation.

CHURCH NEWS Other health services include Assoc., meet to discuss Florida beef cattle problems.Paid .
working in cooperation
On Friday morning March with the Florida Council for ( Political Advertisement)

24th beginning at 9:30 an the Blind, Retardation Pro.

Easter egg hunt will ,be enJoyed -
by the nursery, begin. -
ner and primary departments
ct the Community Memorial

i church Sunday school at the "

church. Each child is askedto "GATOR" BECK IS A FRIEND AND NEIGHBOR. HE HAS BEEN A MEM.
bring two colored eggs and
I& basket or bag. On Sunday
morning during the Sunday BER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SINCE 1954. HE IS NOW 5th IN

school opening session award
pins will be given. The wor SENIORITY OUT OF 119 MEMBERS. THIS EXPERIENCE CAN AND WILL WORK

ship service begins at 11 0' ... .

r clock. The Sunday school at FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. BE SURE TO VOTE MARCH 28 AND ,
945.

Next Thursday, March 30th,

n the Ladies Guild will meet in I .'
Fellowship Hall at 2 p. m.
'\ with Mrs. Bertha Bordner as ,
Re-Elect'
hostess. Mrs. Albert Batten, .
president urges a good at "
tendance. TWELVE

I THIS WEEK'S RECIPE:
JAMES "Gator BECK
\ Our recipe this week was YEARS
given to us by Gwen McGriffof
Palatka. We quote "This is

I delicious". .
3 cups mashed Ags. EXPERIENCE STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 33

1-slx ounce package of straw ,/
berry or raspberry jello.
3 cups sugar.Thoroughly. .' ', ". ; FLAGLER LAKE PUTNAM ST. JOHNS /

mix figs, jello '

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f..y Bring to a boil over medium '. '/':y. ,,' .
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,J' tiring occasionally
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".,[ er at once with paraffin
regular canning jar lids. ,
YIeld: Six medium glasses.






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