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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: April 27, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
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
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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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DedicationSunday .%'v :; :: Flagler TribuneVOL.


It Happened In Flagler

I County 10 20, 40 Tears ago


The new Marsh Museum at 55 NO. 17 THURSDAY. APRIL 27 1967 S2JH A YEAR 7
Tomoka State Park near Or.
10 YEARS AGO .
be
mond Beach will openedto
the public at a dedication LOCAL RESIDENTS Annual Cance'fCrusade LITTLE LEAGUE OPENS The Flagler" Beach Garden
SEASON SATURDAYThe Club annual Flower Show tricolor
/ at
ceremony Sunday, April 2/0,
3:30 p. m.Named. RECEIVE AWARDSJesse Bunnell Little Leagueand awards went to Helen

for the late Florida (Buzzy) McKnight, Set Peewee League will open Sullivan of Bunnell in the artistic

artist, Fred Dana Marsh, the Flagler Beach and John Seay, their season Saturday morning arrangements and Clara

museum Is one of a series of Bunnell, received awards In at 10:00: at the softball Buteux of Flagler Beach In

interpretative museums in recognition of academic ex For May 19thThe field. the horticulture division.

Florida State Parks. cellence during the annual Amercan Legion Post 115 Sweepstake for artistic dlvls

Robert Baynard of Venice, awards convocation at Daytona Annual Cancer Crusade team will play Bakers 5 & 10 on also went to Helen Sullivan

Park Board vice chairman, Beach Junior College April for Flagler County will be team and Service Oil Company and the horticulture

will present the dedicatory held on May 19, said Mrs. team will play the Idle. sweepstake was awarded to

address. Other participants In. 18.Jesse, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. Leona Knight and Mrs. M. B. wood Club.Pitchers Margaret lane Deen of Bun

dude Judge Wingfield of De. H. McKnlght, Jt., receiveda Fuller today. The Crusade, for the teams will nell.

land; Don W. Emery, D. B. framed honor certificate for tentatively set for April 28, be Tommy Bratcher, Wayne (:)

Alexander, and Jerome Burg. his proficiency In his German has been changed to May 19 Hutcheson, Boise ,Atkinson The early Irish Potato farm

man, all of Daytona Beach; studies. due to conflicting dates and and Ted Anders. ers in this area were in their

and Mrs. Eileen Butts of Or. late arrival of supplies. third week of their harvest
Jesse was also recently season with the prices run*
mond Beach. Chairmen and workers for
awarded a scholarship from STATE PARKSATTENDANCE
ning about $2.00 hundred.
Tomoka State Park covers each. section of the county pet
the. and Research
the site of several old Indian Scholarship will be announced next week, UP Very few farmers were dig.
Foundation Inc. for the 1967
,
gang, at this. price. Although
villages, and Marsh was the it was stated Mrs. Knight and
68 academic year. Spring holiday tourists have
prices were low the size and
for the Mrs. Fuller
sculptor huge statuary the
are asking cooperation
John Seay, a sophomore In pushed attendance at Florida
quality of the crop was very
'which
grouping in the park of and'all
the DBJC college transfer division everyone State Parks to an all time
good, judging from the samples
depicts the Indian legend, of organizations in the county
Chief Tomokie. received a citation for In this worthy effort. high, wth the heavy summer furnished The Tribune by

his work In police administration tourist season yet to be calcu Walter Knight, Uncle Doc
The Lions Club voted at
and criminology. lated. Deen and Shug Gresham.

BHS GIRLS ENTER their Tuesday meeting to en. The three! state parks in
dorse the Crusade and to
as. Flagler County show an In.
20 YEARS AGO .
NORTH FLORIDA RECEIVE MR. AND sist ift every way they possibly crease in attendance over the
Rev. H. B. Murdock, pastorof
may.
1966 record.
MRS. DOCTORATESAT the Bunnell First Methodist
CONFERENCEA Supplies are available for Total attendance for the

three-day softball tourna FLORIDA STATE those who wish to give memorial period between July 1 to Church Chaplain, was elected at Department the.

gifts for cancer vic March 31 at Bulow Ruins
ment, April 27.29, scheduledfor was
State Convention of the Amer
Thursday's commencementat tims. Mrs.
Nell Riggs of St. 17,776 vistors* Flagler Beach
Francis Field in BL Augus.
ican Legion In Miami.
tine climaxes the official Florida State Universitywas Augustine is /the area Cancer Park had 13,594 and Washington '
Mrs. M. B. Fuller was In.
a dream come true for Society representative, and Oaks Gardens showed
kickoff for the
proposed new Joe Kelly Smith and his wife stalled as the Fifth District
Northeast Florida Girls' Con. Mrs. M. B. McDaniel of Bun Ithe highest Increase with 24,-
Zelda Brooks Smith as they nell Is the Chairmanof President of the American
County 051 visitors compared to 19 .
ference, formulated recentlyby ,
high school coaches front both education.received doctor's degreesin the Flagler County Society. 940 in 1966. ventlon.Legion Auxiliary at the con.


St. Johns, Clay and Flagler When they met in Ocala (:)

counties. eight years ago, Joe, had ie- Cross of (Gallantry 'Medal is A three act comedy
Just month Mrs. ,
over a ago, ceived his master's degree Through the Keyhole" was

Alice Pinyan, girls' coach at from FSU in 1957, was teaching scheduled to be presented at

St. Augustine High School, : at the junior college and Awarded To Flagler Beach Marine Bunnell High School. Membersof
called a meeting of all the
Zelda was a student schools that had participatedwith Hoffman Miss Paulette Caril-
,
son University. She receivedher
Recently Captain Angus S. awarded the Cross of Gallant.
her in
the 1966.67 basKetball .
let
bachelor of science degree Rudolph Smigielskl, Ray
Reynolds Jr. of 202
Daytona
season. Coaches attending ry Medal by !the governmentof
Allen
in education there in McDougal, Kenny liar.
the 'meeting agreed to organ. _...j$6Qujr"1: :u ..*- Avenue, Flagler Beach, was the Republic of "Viet-nam.Tl rls, Lula Mae Bradley,: ,Lois
-
I Ize a girls conference with'the. Since marrlagieven .e :medaLW"s awardedfor. Hoffman and .Benny"Black. .
'same schools participating Ina specific actions on November
and
years ago subsequentmove 16 1966 while
softball schedule. to Miami, where Joe serving as 40 YEARS AGO .' .
andsanction Company Commander of "E"
After official approval
taught at Mlami-Dade Junior Flagler Beach School closed
Company 2nd Battalion 9thMa.rlnes.
schedule
a was College and Zelda In the Dade Friday, April 29 with six receiving *
drawn up for the softball season He is cited for heroic
County school system, they certificates from grade
achievement in
of
and the coming tournament support an
have worn out lots of tires on to high school work. They
operation In Quang Tri
climaxes
a most suc province
the road 'between Miami and
were John Upson Margaret
,
cessful completion of that just south of the DMZ.
schedule. Tallahassee as they alternated On short notice E Company Owen, Flossie Lawrence, Dana .
teaching in Miami with.
Fuquay, Lamar Hudson
Orange Park came throughthe mounted out and landed in
study at FSU. the contact. lals and Gwendolyn Upson. Miss
season without a loss, area Making
Mrs. Smith who
receivedher
Virginia Hanley was principal
while St Augustine High on with another unit that had
master's degree in super. and also the teacher for
been unable to seize
ob
wound in second spot, an
up vision and administration, the fifth to the eighth grades
jective, E de.
Bun Company was
dropping only one
game.
from FSU In 1964, has spec. and Mrs. Maud Snell was
ployed immediately and took
nell yost two to finish third,
lazed in
elementary education teacher for the first to fourth
the objective.
Eight North
followed by St. Joseph, Acad with
special emphasisIn grades inclusive.
and Florida School for Vietnamese regulars were
emy t
remedial reading. She is r (:)
killed and a
machinegun
the Deaf and Blind. Clay cap.
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.T. tured, with no loss of Uncle Dan Deen served as
friendly
unable
to particIpate
County was
Shelton Brooks, Sr., of Bun the auctioneer at! the Pie So.
personnel.
"Exhibiting keen
this year, but will fielda '
cial held at the Gilbert School.
team next nell.The professional skill, aggressive
year.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Proceeds of the social were
leadership, awl
outstanding
of the
First round tournament
Earle Smith of Burlington, used by the Dorcas Society for
has the first three teams devotion,!to duty, Captain Reynolds
Ky., Joe Smith has specialized maintenance of the Haw
exemplified his'
while St. Jos loyalty
drawing byes,
In mathematics education and
Creek Methodist Church.
to his
Vietnamese
and D & B Comrades-
eph Academy are
in addition to his degrees from ( )
in arms" :
scheduled for a first round concludes the cita
FSU, received a bachelor of tion. The Additional rooms were be.

m.game Second on Thursday-round action, :at 2:30 action p. science from Eastern Ken. made by Major presentation General W.was B. ing built on the south side of

tucky State College In Rich Kyle USMC. the Rose Inn, popular hotel
will follow Immediately, at
mond.
conducted by Mrs. Robert
4:30, with a game between Both of the Drs. Smith are Captain Reynolds is currently Moody.

Orange Park and Bunnell. members of the faculty of :w9 .aa serving as assistant operations When the :remodeling is

Friday, St Augustine High is Western Kentucky Universityat officer (G-3) for the completed Rose Inn will be

seheduled to take on the win. Bowling Green. He teachesIn Third Marine Division (Forward in position to cater to the ever-

ner of the St Joe-D & B game, the Mathematics Department ). His father, Mr. Angus Increasing partonage the hostelry

at 4 p. m., with the final gameof and she teaches! In the Reynolds resides at the Day Is receiving.

the tournament set for 6 p. elementary education department Captain Reynolds tona Avenue address. (:)
m. Saturday. Winner of Fri
According !to
day's game will be pitted "X ..... r -- a telegram re
ceived from Senator A. M.
against /the Orange Park Bun
Taylor, the Senate passed the
nell winning team. A hand GRADUATES FROM
some conference trophy, the RECRUITING TRAINING bill Monday creating a new
judicial circuit to be
first, awaits the winning Marine Private Thomas R. compos
ed of the counties of
Flagler
,
'
stkoot Bullard, son of Mr. J. O. Bui-
Putnam and St Johns. The
A more recent meeting of lard of Flagler Beach, was
circuit will
new be known as
the fledgling group, Saturday, graduated from eight weeksof the twenty.fifth circuitThe
resulted in the scheduling of recruit training at the '
Palatka and St
a track meet on May 20, with Marine Corps Recruit Depot i Augus
tine Bar associations
St Augustine High' School at Pants Island S. c C;: : sponsors.
of the bill, assert that creation
hosting. He will now undergo three
of the new circuit. will
relieve -
Sport proposed for inclusion weeks of Individual' combat
the
docketsand
in next year's schedule training and then, after leaveat congested

are: Volley ball meet in September home, will report to his much will save the litigants

or October, 'basketball first Marine Corps assignment : % expense. .

from December through February t; -

tennis from Itteuur The Intensified Marine rend t 'f'. C. C. MEETING '

15 through March, Softball training emnhssiiies tig- -.:;' THURSDAY. A. M.

from March 15 through thetnTwMk miuftlantng and t Flagler County Chamher of

in May... another survival techniqtMa. : both at Commerce Board of Dtoaotan

malt neat in late May.tefea sea and ashen. to develop will meat at t:. a. m. (Thursday .

Bradley, BunDellIUIh self-cooddsnde and 'endurance. : ) at the Chicks

.iwl rtwine. treasurer of *. easy Marksmanship. theM All dfawton. art .=.

.14 rifle and 45-callbre pis- Captain Angus S. Reynolds Jr. and Vietnamese framerii to wttend.j .


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THURS. APRIL 27. 1967
IN..PHOUVTHft 82.1IX 2-THE FLAGLER TrJDUNE'

3flaglr mrtbunrINCORPORATED HE,: Estate of
THEODORE H. WEBER, vwC
Dec ised

BUNNELI. FLORIDA NOTICE AND APPLICATION OF FINAL REPORT FOR E Lean Western "FIRST CUP'Chops

All persons imCUAHGU are hereby notified IIErI! 0 1 C

LEN WILSON that the undersigned as executrix -
of said estate, hal com- mscw.tNe..
Editor and Publisher pleted the administration thereof -
and has flied In laid court
BETTE S. McDANIEL her final report and application
News Editor for discharge. Objections thereto -
If any should be duly filed. TS
After filing proof of publication
showing thus notice baa been *
Designated newspaper for all published on e a week for four
Legal Advertial.g consecutive the matterof
approval :teld report and A
the ordering of distribution of
said estate will come before thecourt.
Class
Entered as second matter .
February 8, 1913. at the pott- First Publication M: April Jtth

office at Bunnell, Florida under U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED, & ROLLED" .
1867.As S) Florence E. -
Act of March 8, 1171. Executrix of IUd estate

One Year _-30M April 27-May 4.11-U-Ue. BOTTOM ROUND 89

Six Months :......_....91.25 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN ROAST 'lb.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT FLAGLER TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDAIN OF or RUMP .,

CHANCERY NO. 43
IJf TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF VEDA, G. GRAYBILL,

FLAG IN CHANCERY LEU COUNTY NO.FLORIDA It VI. Plaintiff .

RALPH R. SUTTON ROBERT L ORAYB1LL, Defendant, iiriD, c
Plaintiff 98
VI. NOTICE TO DEFEND STEAK ; lb.
KARIN H. BUTTON, Defendant THE ROBERT STATE L. GRAYBILLYou OF FLORIDA, TO:

TO DEFEND are hereby notified thata
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: suit has been filed against
KARIN 11. SUTTON you In the above entitled cause:
You are hereby notified thata and you are hereby required to
suit haa been filed against tile your answer with the Clerkof .
In the above entlUed this Court and to serve a
you cause; CUBE
and you are hereby required to copy thereof upon the plaintiffor Ib.89
die your answer with the Clerkof plaintiffs attorney, whose STEAK
this Court, and to serve a name and address Is:
copy thereof upon the plaintiff) CHARLES J. LUKE
or plaintiffs attorney, whose 260 North Rldgewood Avenue
came and address la: Daytona Beach Floridanot
CHARLES.J. LUKE. II later than May 25 A.D.,
.
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260 North Rldgrewood Avenue
Daytona Beach Floridanot un.you fall to do so, decree
later than May 25, A.D., pro confesso will be enteredagain.t Lyke's "PURE PORK"SAUSAGE Valleydale "Dry Cured" SLAB
.
1961, you for the relief demanded -
If you fall to do so, decree in the bill of complaint.The \
pro confesso will be entered nature of said suit being SMOKED BACON
against you for the relief demanded for divorce.
In the bill of complaint. WITNESS my hand and teal
The nature of said suit being for of said Court this 24th day of lb.
1 Ib.
.
divorce. April A. D 1967.GEOiGB '
WITNESS my, hand and seal M. MOODY Court Roll 39ft Sliced Free 59DIXIE .
of said Court this 24th day of Clerk of said Circuit
(Official Seal)
April 1967.
A-iPciR M- MOODY, ., By Janice Murray,
Clerk of said Circuit Court Deputy Clerk.
(Official Seal) April 27-May 41118. 4tc Lean Western "CENTER CUT"PORK
By Janice Murray..
Deputy Clerk.. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
April 27-May 4ll184tc..
TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .FLAGLER (;COUNTY'LOIIIUA
< IN CIIANCRHY NO. 42 CHOPS lbm 69
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IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE' DORIS L. ECKARD
COURT IN AND FOR FLAG Plaintiff
LKIl COUNTY FLORIDA. CORNELIOUS
PAUL ECKARD
Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
PAUL CORNELIOUS ECKARDYou
HASTINGS MATTRESS are hereby notified thata U. S. D. A.
I ALL MEAT STEW :.690 I.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS you and suit youharebhereby has been filed reqquired against to; H,,......................

710-12 Lemon St. file answer with the Clerk
of tour Court, and to
serve a
Palatka. Florida
copy thereof uponthe plaintiffor Royalty (Solid Pack) No. 300 Can
Phone EA 5-9166 plaintiff's attorney, whose
name and address Is: For CRYSTAL '
Furnltu v Upholstering CHARLES J. LUKE II TOMATOES 6 $1
Repaired & Refinished 260 North Rtdgewood Avenue
Mattresses & Box Springs Daytona Beach. Florida
not later than 38, A.D., SUGAR
Made to Order,Also Renovated 1967 May See-All 36 oz. Cello Pkg.

Call Laura Morris 437-3233 If you fall to do so, decree LONG Each
pro confesso will be entered RICE JV6
After 6:00 P. M. against you for the relief de- GRAINLipton's 5lb. 390
manded in the bill of complaint.The .
PRICES REASONABLE
nature of laid suit being 48 ct. Pkg.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. for divorce.
Just as near as your WITNESS my hand and seal Each I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
of said Court this 24th day of TEA BAGS 90 I
Phone or Post Office April A.D., 1967.GEORGE .
Drop Us A Card or Call !ol. MOODY,

Free Pick-up: & Delivery (Official, Clerk Seal of) said Circuit Court Royal (Asst. Flavors) Reg. Pkg. -

By Janice Murray,
',', -_ ,: ;--:- :,:. : ::1 April Deputy 27-May Clerk.4-1l.18-Uc. GELATIN Each tOle' KRAFTORANGE

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Frutaste (Asst. Flavors) % Gal. JUICE

SODA DRINKS 3 For $:(00

n5 ON TIMECERTIFICATES 1/2 Gal.
% 390FROZEN


i WESSON Oil
VOLUSIA MINIMUM 53,000-90 DAYS
I COUNTY
I NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY; 24 oz. FOODSClark't


BANK Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada 39"Bottle Chopped Pkg. of Five 4 oz.

Ormond Beach Florida SIRLOIN STEAKS Ea.
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 8ge

r
Big Dip / Gal.


FRESH PRODUCE ICE MILK Ea. 5geKansa.


:' CRAIG FUNERAL ,HOMEA.

BANANAS lb. fOe
: A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director QueenFLOUR

\ JOHN CAPO Manager Yellow


r AIR LADY OXYGEN SQUASH 2"". 290

CONDITIONEDCIIAPEL I ATTENDANT I AMBULANCES EQUIPPED Fresh 5 Bag lb 390


Phone ID 7-3532 STRING BEANS lb. 190! Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

; 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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SISTER RACHELSpiritual


Healer and Advisor

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TOUCH OF HER HAND WILL CURE YOU It
I'll'
Sister Rachel has the God given power to heal by prayer.

She adviMC on all affairs of life. Every one welcome!

You can see Sister Rachel at:

.. 123 South DIxIe Highway St Augustine, PIe kIc OPEN SUNDAYS Phoa 437-3327

.' Opea 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. EVIllY DAY AND StnfDAi '. 8:00 a-m. -1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNBLL

Next to Poppy's RwknuaBt Phone 8W-WS1 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good April 27, 28, 29, 30 and May 1, IH1Cllr



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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. APRIL 27. 1967 The names of the delinquent THANK YOU
personal property taxpayers and '
l'wish"
the amount of taxea and the to express my sincere -
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT first month's penalty, are as follows thanks to my many RENEW YOUR

NOTICE Hobert: T. Bertha _.___ $ 34.17l friends who kindly remember. DRIVER'S LICENSE ,.t.
provided In
PUBLIC NOTICE] OF SALE!
By virtue of an Order signed Acts of 1941. Notice pfe thereby > Cooler _.... _... 6.88 ed me in so many ways during DURING YQUR
given that the D & B Amusement Co... 10.22
and entered under date of the tangible personal -
6th day of April, 1967. by the property taxes assessed tot 19C6 C. B. King .. ._ _...... 4151 my long illness BIRTH MONTH ''
Ring .. __...
Honorable T. K. McKnlght. are now delinquent and beginning Herschel C. 183.04 Mrs. Ruth B. Whiteley
with April lit such taxes Kings Truck Stop
Judge r County
Iotw'ltreott drawing and Restaurant .__. 6$.65
are 1 Interest at 1%
Court for sale the permonth
two-thirds Interest of the Estate plus the proportionatecoat John Lain* ..._.. ...:::::...... 22.23
of Dewey D of publishing this notice, Likins Grocery ._...!............ 23.44
half undivided :rer: a In one the unless the amounts set opposite Bill Moesaer .._...._n...._._. 20.51W
each below paid before A Oclesby .. .. 27 41Farrott
name are
following described real estate ??
for cash to the highest and best the first day of May, warrants Village ::...::::::_... 15:02 Fisherman's Inn
bidder the of will be Issued thereon directing Rusty Buck ..._-....._.......... 842
on tt2hbua ............ .
1967. between ;; of 11:l&A.M. levy upon and the seizure of Six T. Ranch. Inc. 29( 91Wlmberlya
and 2:00 P.M. on the north tangible personal property of Restaurant SOTS
steps of' the Flagler County the taxpayer for unpaid taxes DALE B BROWN, ,
Court House to wit: penalties and additional costs. 4-20.27-2to Tax Collector FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE
"A two-thirds interest In an
undivided the following one-half described InterestIn YOUR FAVORITE BEER AND SNACK

property Blocks 104, 105. 106. 107, 108 / BAR-PIZZA
Town of Bunnell wjT/ d
'Blocks U. 73. 74. 75 and 76
Town of BunnellIxots Open 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday
4 and 9, Block 2,.Colony
Park The North" ? ,% of the NE% Boats for Rent-Docking'&.Gal--fho'n: 4399211Announcing
of the SB 14 and the SWJA. OrmondTHE
of the NE% of SEtt Section 1 .
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36, Township 11 South, GH s ---
Range 29 East. sa
Murtlce :Richardson Moody s
Executrix Estate of
Dewey D gJy deceased
4tc--Apr 13-20-27J May 4

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CLASSIFIED i

ADVERTISING The opening of the Flagler Beach


II BARBER SHOP
BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE I
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r.
BATE--4c per word. Minimum- ROBERT L. HANNAH Located on Highway AlA. (Across from the Pier)
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charge per issue' $1.00, I

FUNERAL HOMES 9:00 til 6:00
For Fill Dirt, Shell and Light Open a. m. : p. m.
Dedicated to dignity service and Lowest cost
economy.
Dozier 'Work, call 437-3669,
Martin Harding or Jimmy by far in the entire area on any service of your choice.. Weekdays I
1.12 to 5.26 '
"Snyder. p.. We, invite your comparison. Serving ail faiths. .

Acid Indigestion? Painful U. S. HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH Closed All Day Wednesdays
gas? Get new Ph5 Tablets.
ONLY 98e Moody, Pharmacy. CALL WX 7611 TOLL: FREE ', : I

4.27.5tp. II

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fields Installed; Itota-Roter I

snail shell. Reasonable prices. 4..' ,
'. ., 3 .h.
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:+ d i ,
Call $ lrf
George Jarosz 437.3410 I P yR 't e r
9F (t'F 1.ifig'
8-1-tf !
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Clean Full Size Mattress and t
Box Springs, $15. Blond Step > Yi

Table $2.75. Jerry's Furniture ,>,'/, "
& Appliances, Old Dixie Highway >
2 miles South,of Korona. ;. off
,Phone 4373752. 4-27-ltc
k pfr
Big Speed Queen wringer-
washer and twin wash tubson <".,

wheeling table.. $35.00. Call .
,
4373438. Apr. 27, Itc:

LOSE WEIGHT safely with
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. ONLY 98c
at Moody's Pharmacy 4-27-7tp

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FOR SALE-2 houses on Deen : $ / l'

Road, both for $6,500 with '_ '; 1 :J}
500 down annd $60 per month. .It" i4", '<<
Move right in. Barker & Wil- v ; \ ,. "

son, Tribune Building, Bun '''i'V: >:' :: '? ; jb
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nell. 4373262. tf S r ; : fi *

HOME AND INCOME, Flag- ;,::j. : ,,': ,' : ;:,
ler Beach Three 1-bed ,
room 'r' >>'
apts. furnished, 2-bedroom : ; :< <, }
home, block from ocean. Good 1' :(
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price for cash. Barker & Wil. '" .v>,<
son, Inc., Realtors, Tribune
Building, Bunnell. 4373282. i
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3 GAL. FOR $4.50TOP i/

QUALITY PAINT: '. .

IN YOUR CONTAINER > ,

R. V. Yeomons. Ormond Beach ,r" ;1'.k..' : .
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677-8020? 9 a. m. to Si30 p. m. ".vr h' '
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O. F. ALFORD .

Registered ,
"Without my son Alvin, ..,

Real Estate Broker you couldn't

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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. APRIL 27 1967 BRIDAL SHOWER CELEBRATES MYF OFFICERS
Miss Hope Hatcher, April BIRTHDAYJay INSTALLEDThe
bride elect, was guest of hon and
of Mr.
F or at a bridal shower Wednes Tilton, son celebrated following Flagler Beach
day evening at the home of Mrs. S. J. TiMon. Jr., with a Methodist Youth Fellowship
ninth birthday
Mrs. Mose Atkinson, ChurchSt. his Wednesday Officers were Installed by Rev.
his home
hostess.. Mrs. David Stevens was co-. party afternoon.The at Reynold Hoover:

LOCI ILS Games were played duringthe young guests enjoyeda K6thy Bourne, president;
evening and prize winners weiner roast complete with Andy Waterman, vice president *
were Mrs. Mattie Pelllcer, Mrs. cake and punch. ; Debby Johnson, mis-
Hubert Pelllcer, Mrs. Jack Joining Jay for the celebration sions and membership; Kenny .
Rob Cowart, Chuck Whitney, projects and socials -
Hays and Mrs. Kenny Town- were
Opal Lewis of Jacksonville George and Virginia :Moody
send. Cowart, Cliff Sheffield, Jim ; Donna Whitney .secretary
visited here Monday with and Mr. and Mrs. David
Mark Patrick, Louie and treasurer; Dave
The hostesses served cake Crews,
Cora Buckles. Cora left today Hodge of Jacksonville, flew
and Invited Mercer, Perry Knight, Dan Johnson, scrap book and pub
punch to twenty
for Tampa, where she will at.tend' over to Zephyrhills Sunday to Pat
Zimmerle Jerry Tilton, ,Danny Waterman,
licity
guests. ;
the state convention of the Flying Pharmacist "FlyIn"
and Jay's grand and custodian; Sue
Miss Hatcher will become ZImmerle games
the Woodmen of the World, .
Thursday (thru Sunday. the bride of Mr. Walter Town' parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ellen Seale, refreshments; Jo
send Thursday, April 27. Tilton of San Mateo. Anne Wilson junior, sponsor
Steven Cook, son of Mr. and and Mr. .and Mrs., Michael
,Recent: houseguest of Mr. Mrs. Robert Cook of Gaines COMPLETES COURSE
Ensley, sponsors.
and Mrs. Floyd Tlngley, was ville spent the weekend here MAY BRIDE Mrs. Carrie M. Alford, Mrs.

Mrs. Earl White of Cordell, with his grandparents, Bob, 'ELECTED FETED Margaret Clegg' and,Mrs. Helen Mrs. Anna Jarosz and her; .
Ga. '' '. ;, t .acid Evelyn.Cook.., Miss Elizabeth Allen and Sullivan recently completed daughter, Mrs.' ,Anna DunsorL
her mother Mrs. Herbert
i i a specialized short coursein spent the weekend n Miami '
*Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ray. Mrs. H. C. Stanley of Perry Allen entertained with a bridal window and interior display visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- I

mand had as their dinner spent the weekend visiting shower Thursday evening at the Mary Karl division ward Jarosz and family. i
guests Saturday evening, Mr. here with Mrs. A. G. Bradleyin at the Allen home honoring of DBJC. :. _. iI
and Mrs. Elsworth Schmidt Espanola.Mrs. Miss Susan McMillan.The I
and their daughter Jane, of home was attractively
Rhode Island who is visitingat L. L. Harris and Mrs. decorated in the bride 'elects '
Flagler Beach. Scott Sheffield will be in Orlando chosen colors of blue and yel When you
I I. I Wednesday thru Friday. low. Artistic flower arrange '
!i Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller.,; Mrs. Sheffield will visit with ments were placed at van DISTANCE "IETGEORGE
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Mrs.Leona Knight and Mrs. her mother, ,Mrs. Case. Mrs. tage points in the living-din

Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris will attend a reunionof ning rooms. ,
Atkinson and Miss Janet the Stitch and Chatter Club, Games were enjoyed by the MEANS ,
Cook were among those from of Lakeland, which she wasa guests 'during the evening. DO IT!"
Bunnell attending the Anita member of for many years The hostesses served refresh. !
NOTHING
Bryant Concert at Peabody before moving to Bunnell. ments to eighteen invited .
Audtorium Wednesday eve- guests. W. Pay Pottag* Both Ways

ning. The Flagler Beach Garden Use DBF''Save-By-Mail" Service
Club will meet in the homeof LADIES GUILD
Miles and Lana Moody of Mrs. Frank Schwenk Tues- MEETING THURSDAY 0..of Mal+.d i.1.nl.MI..tot t...As.al.N..II tM ostlr.lKJA

Atlanta, Ga. visited here dur day, May 2nd, at 1:30 p. m. The Ladies guild of the
ing the weekend with rela- Feature of the program will Community Memorial Church
Uyes and friends. be a miniature flower show. will meet (today (Thursday)

at 2'p. m. in Fellowship Hall
:Weekend houseguest of Recent visitors of Mrs. ClydeDuensing with Mrs. M. D. Craddock as
Sheriff P. A. (Zip) and Frances were her sisters, hostess. Mrs. Albert Batten, o o MAIN OfFICE+
Edmonson was :Mrs. B. S. Mrs. William Nye of Fort President reminds members of +, DOWIUOW/l 430 N. B.och Uayto St.aQ..S
Shultman of New York City. Pierce and Mrs. Ethel Han- 'the rummage sale to be held
\BRANCH OFFICE"Heart of Holly Hill"U.S. tat 6th Str..t
cock of Jacksonville. in Daytona on May 5th.
Mrs. and Mrs. George Allardof

Flagler Beach left Saturday Howard Taylor, a former
for several weeks visit in resident of Bunnell and now
Ludington, Mich. with rel residing in Fort Pierce, was t.
atives. the weekend houseguest of
Joe and Frances Arnold. The
Vicki King, who has been Amolds entertained with a
attending Florida State University cookout Satrday evening at
arrived home Thurs their home and also had as
day to spend the summer vacation guests Doug and Lucille
with her parents, Hers- Pierce of Jacksonville. The
chel and Peggy King. Pierces plan to make Bunnell
their summer home.
Neal Atkinson arrived todayfrom '
S $ '
Fort Sill, Oklahoma, for ENTERTAINS WITH + .' :
an overnight visit with friends DESSERT BRIDGE
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and relatives. Neal is enroute Mrs. Floyd -Tingley entertained L"..
Germany for a tour of duty with a dessert bridge .
in the US Army. party Wednesday at her home,
Railroad Ave.
Friends of Mrs. Thomas Invited guests for the two
Bertha will be sorry to learn tables of bridge were Mrs. R.
she was admitted to Glendale W. Cody, Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr.,
Hospital in Palatka Saturday, Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs. Ladye
for medical treatment. Allen, Mrs. Frances Haistens,
Mrs. Alice Schaeffler, Mrs.
Mrs. Esther Flury returnedto Rosely Cameron and Mrs.
her home in West Palm Earl White.
Beach Tuesday after a weeks Mrs. White was high scorer

visit here with Mrs. Alice and Mrs. R. W. Deen was second ',
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Mr. and Mrs. Mike Steflik WSCS MEETING .
and. daughters, Betty Louise DATE CHANGED EVERY ACRE iii!
and Mary Ann, were in Tall. The regular meeting of the '
ahassee Thursday to attend Flagler Beach WSCS scheduled A BIGGER \\ '

the FSU Commencement cere for Thursday, May 11 has h ,{" PROFIT MAKER ..'
monies. The Steflik's daughters been changed to Thursday, ,',' ,
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Grace and Michele received May 4 at 9:30: a. m. in the \ ,r"\ WITH .
their BS degrees.Mr. Fellowship Hall at/ the church. :: '
Mrs. Roger Hoose will be In
and Mrs. T. A. Jones charge of the program.
Electricallypumpedirrigation
had as their houseguests last The meeting date was I I \'c'c'f
week, Mr. and Mrs. Foster changed due to a District ,' : "," ... .

Ricketson of Jacksonville; Workshop for WSCS officers I ",
Mrs. Mae Ricketson, Douglas, being conducted in Sanford ,
Ga. and Sgt. and Mrs. George. May 11. ;'
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3 GALLONS '495 seepage pumps irrigation sys- ,.,
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford terns essential +
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production tools on farms and
INTERIOR EXTERIOR .
were in West Palm Beach Fri or groves. s i ,
day. Friday evening they were VINAL LATEX Profit-making. Labor-saving. Convenient. Economical. ",, ,
the overnight guests of their (Plus TV Stamps) : ,

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FRIENDLY CIBCLEINTERTAINED MRS. JOHNSTONHAS 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS APRIL 27 1967

LUNCHEON .

Mrs. Jeff Seale entertainedthe Mrs. Alice Johnston enter.
members of the Friendly tamed with a luncheon Thursday .
Circle Thursday evening at at her home, 100$ East Quantity Right

her home. She was assistedby Moody Blvd. WE GIVE Reserved
her daughter, Gina.It Enjoying the occasion with ,
M E T T S ***
was reported a Communion the hostess were her house.
Service had been purchased guest Mrs. Esther Flury, Mrs. TOP Prices Good

for the church. Ethel Summerlln Mrs. Doris Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Members discussed sponsoring Pickett Mrs. Laura Dobbins
a buffet supper in and Mrs. Gladys Rowell of VALUE and Monday
August. Mrs. Ken Herring was Daytona Beach. SUPER MARKET Apr. 27, 28, 29

elected secretary.The and May 1, 1967
Goose was won by Mrs. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. STAMPS Phone 437-3201
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
W. W. Deen.
The hostess served pie and and Mrs. Buck Dulaneyof

coffee to Mrs. Ollvetf Taylor, Jacksonville announce the
birth of twins, a boy, James
Mrs. Robert Cook Mrs. Rosely U. S. CHOICE Roundbone
Preston and ARMOUR STAR U. S. Choice
a girl, Shirley
Herring
Cameron, Mrs. Deen Mrs "
and Mrs. Martin McD n. Ann. SMOKEDPICNICS POT SHOULDERS
lei. They were born Thursday,
April 13 in a Jacksonville hose
ROAST ROAST
CAFETERIA EMPLOYEES pital. ,|
Mrs. Dulaney will be remembered
ATTEND CONVENTIONMrs.
as the former, Joann Lb. Lb. I.
Les Waterman. and Porte of Flagler Beach. 37e 57e :fJ7e

Mrs. Gene Spivey attendedthe ,
Schools Foods COFFERS PICNIC
Florida Lean Juicy Fla. Grade 'A" (Family Pkg.) Cut.UpALLMEAT
Service Association Convention
; IrTTampa over the week'. : Flagler and their County families golf enthusiasts enjoy. STEW Lb. 6ge FRYERS 5 Bag 'I79World's

end. Mrs. Waterman is manager ed a picnic at Bulow State

and Mrs. Spivey, assistant Park 'Saturday after the Sat. Brisket Best Ground ,
.Elementary
of the Flagler Beach
urday morning golf game at Lb. Lb.
School Cafeteria. Ocean Palm Country Club. STEW 3ge BEEF Z .9ge

the outing
Enjoying were \
FLAGLER BEACH WSCS Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahlert Short Pure Pork (Homemade) Pan
ELECTS OFFICERS Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore and Lb. Lb. :
,
Mrs. William! Givens was family, Mr. and Mrs. Remly RIBS 4ge SAUSAGE :4ge
elected president of the WSCSof Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Brown and son David, Mr. and
Beach Methodist
the Flagler
Church at the April meeting Mrs. Martin McDaniel, Mr. U. S. CHOICE STEAK SALE
and Mrs. Walter Morris, Mr.
of the society.
Mrs. Lyman Gage was elected and Mrs. Robert Cook Harold CHUCK STEAK, Lb....................... .59 SIRLOIN STEAK, Lb...................*,.. .99'

vice-president; Mrs. Vernon Ramsey and Harry Kuleski. FAMILY STEAK, Lb....................... 69 T.BONE STEAK, Lb......r......."r.';...$1.09 ,
Raymond, recording secretary
; Mrs. Lynn Clary, treas. BRIDGE CLUB CUBE STEAK, Lb.......................... .89 RIB STEAK.Lb............................... .95

urer. Others elected to the ENTERTAINEDOpal Craig entertained with ROUND STEAK, Lb...................... .95 CLUB STEAK, Lb................._,<..... .99
Mrs. Ira
1967.68 _slate were
Mrs. ,two tables of bridge Tuesday
Long, Campus Ministry;
William Chimpky, Christian evening at her home on Capital SmokedSAUSAGE Fresh PorkLIVER

Social Relations; Mrs; Lester Orange St. Members of the Lb. Lb.
Stanton, Membership Cultivation Finesse Club were guests. '4ge 3 $100
; Mrs. Inez Orenshaw, High scorer for the eveningwas
Missionary Education and Bess Estes and second Pork NeckBONES Pig
high was awarded to Earlene
Service; Mrs. Keith Lovell, Lb. $ Webber 5 $100 FEET 4Lbs.
Mrs.
Program Materials; Roger Bag .
Hoose, Spiritual Life Culti
vation; Mrs. Allen Jenkinson, HONORED ON
Supply Work and Mrs. Vernon BIRTHDAYMrs. Dixie CrystalSUGAR Maxwell House InstantCOFFEE 9 DelmonteLt.
O. D. Robertson celebrated
Raymond, Public Relations. ( Chunk)
her birthday anniversary
recently with a party at
ATTENDS MUSICAL TUNA
the home of her son and 5 Lb- 6 oz.
Mrs. Clifford Higgtnboth'am daughter in law,Mr and,Mrs. ":, BagLimit 4ge. JarLimit 69e Cans
and daughters Jeanne, Susan Lloyd Robertson. 3 99cDelmonte
and Christine attended the Homemade ice cream and ((1) with $5.00 or (1)) with $5.00 or

musical, "Oliver", in Jacksonville cake was served to Mr. and more food order more (food order
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Johnny Jones and child. (303 Can)

Neil Eddlnger formerly of ren of Ormond, Mr. and Mrs. Lipton's 48 ct. Shurnne (Tall) FRUITCOCKTAIL

Bunnell, was a member of the Ed Zellers and family, Mr. CANNED
cast. Neil's role was that of and Mrs. Hubert Smedley and TEA BAGSBox. -
the "Knife Grinder" In the son, Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Rob., MILK
musical performance. ertson and son and Mrs. Dave Cans $ Neil, a senior at Terry Cowan and children of Or. 5ge 6C" 95e 4
Parker High School, Jacksonville lando.
is the of Mrs Judy
son .
U. S. No. 1
memberof FORMER RESIDENT
Eddincer, a former Gt. Size '
the Bunnell High School INJURED IN IRISHPOTATOES (L G.)
faculty. AUTO ACCIDENT FAB5ge
Friends of Mrs. Jewel Deen, RICE
a former resident of Bunnell, Gt. .
BUNNELL will be sorry Ito learn she is 10 Lb. 4ge BoxLimit 3 Lb.

a patient at Putnam Memorial BagEverfreah ((1)) with $5.00 or Bag f3ge
GENERAL HOSPITAL Hospital In Palatka. Mrs. more food order I
Deen was Injured In an auto.
Tub. !
ADMITTED: William mobile accident recently.She (Reg.) Armour (4 oz.)
man, Shugriain Falls, Ohio; (Gt. Size)
Eva Mae Walker, Crescent expects to be dischargedfrom BREAD JOY VIENNA

City; Thomas Nelson, Seville; the hospital soon and 5 Loaves.......... 95e i Each---------------- SSe
Holdwell Colby, Ormond will be convalescing at the SAUSAGE
Beach Minnie Howell, An. home of her sister, Mrs. S. J. (20 oz.) (King Size) -
thony; Kahlert bdth of Bun- Tilton in San Mateo. BREAD X''P' 6ge 4 Cans $100FROZEN I

nell; Vicky DeMore, William THANK YOU 4 Loaves......_...95ePRODUCE I :
Barto and Dorothy Richardson
We are sincerely grateful to
of Flagler Beach. I
friends and for DAIRY
our neighbors
DISMISSED: Lillian Hereey,
their many kind acts of sympathy ,
C. H. Knight Hattie Battles,
Master Chef
during our sad bereavement Cello BagAPPLES Pillsbury ;
Kunzman, Dorothy
Mary Our appreciation cannotbe BISCUITS French Fries

Kayek Wadsworth Lowe, Frank, John Williams Brumer, adequately expressed. Deep 4 Lbs.------. 4ge Can............... tOe 2 lb. Bag..___... y5r I,

and Minnie Poole.BIRTHDAY. appreciation is given to Mrs. Solid Golden Gem ((6 oz.)
Joe Arnold end Mrs. T. H. Yellow Golden Table Ready ( ) f

Wadsworth.The. BANANAS OLEO nMONADE IOC ;
NOTES Family of Lb ..._. fOe I 2 1-lb. Pkgs... 3ge .tr,

FRIDAY-John Junovic, Bar. I'
bara A. Clark, Hilda Faunt. IN APPRECIATIONWith
SATURDAY II. Threadglll, deepest gratitude we SO FREETOP 50 FREETOP 5OFREE

Alfred Traver, Sr., Stratton extend this word of thanks
Norcross, Jennie Solomon. for the many kind acts of VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS I TOP VALUE STAMPS
SUNDAY-Harry Strickland, sympathy, expfceseed by With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of

Judy Herman, Cart Carroll. thoughtful friends. .(1) Broom or (2)) Pan Ready Cut-up 3 Lbs. Or More :
MONDAY-Carl Sode'I'8tjema' These kindnesses have Mop FryersCoupon Beef Roast
R. meant much to us.
Robert French, Anna
Holt, Duane Weeks, Evelyn The Family of Coupon Void After Void AfterMonday Coupon Void After
Cook. ClariceTetenROY'S Monday, May 1, 1967 May 1, 1967 Monday, May 1, 1967

TUESDAY: Vicky Fwrttt, Harold .

Leona Mawie M. ,Knight Elma Butler Sherry, SO FREETOP SO FREETOP SO FREETOP

Buckle Oliver Taylor. STEAM CLEANING SERVICE VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
9trlck- MOBILE! HOMES
WD land>NESDAY-6tiawn, Shane Strickland, T1LB ROOFS ..* SIDIW69 With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of

nfcel Hancock, Rev. James Ommnmt CONDITIOMBfUlCARPmOWR** t. Kill MIMw $1 JO Worth of $2.00 Coemetic or (1) lee
AIR
Lee, John Michael Hall, mm* PAnTTING Light Babes Dental Supplies ChetC041p.e

Carol.Buckles, Patricia Ann CALL AFTER .... P.M. Coupon VoW AfterMenday Coupon Void After VoW Altar

ha.,. Kerter, MR. X. BOKD. Floglw lioebPlea. May 1, 1M7 Monday, May 1, 197 Me. dar, May I, 1W
1'IIUaDAY-Pbillp 4-S7S ,.0. Rex 7M
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8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE mUBS. APRIL 27, 1967 Beautification SOIL STEWARDSHIP

WEEKAPR.30-MAY7

ReportHave The Flagler Soil and Water
Conservation District will ob
: you noticed something serve Soil Stewardship Week,
different in the air latelyanew April 30, May 7, In< cooperation *
awakening and pride in with the churches of
INVENTORY the appearance of our coun Flagler County.
ty on the part of citizens._ Most of the churches will
residents are
Flagler county observe Sunday, April 30 asSoil
indeed paintlng-up, fixing-up Stewardship Sunday, with
and cleaning-up. some pastors basing their en
Already !there is a tremendous -
tire Sunday morning sermonon
difference not only in the
Soil Stewardship. The Dis
residential but in the

i ;t .>>,- 14 most business noticeable districts areas change too.beingof The of trict's you Supervisors to go to your urge church, each

SALE this Sunday and support this
I 9 the ,
", :, t .I course, spiriting awayof worthy cause.
a ;,,1)) "" "I the old depot It is rumored
; i ln that someone unaware of its The theme of this year's
:! demise reported the depot Soil Stewardship observance is

Is -, '\".,)1'" "" \ ; .". to ," stolen.As % of our land, depictIng the
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,: fr> /.' 2 ,WEEK. SALE-APRIL 27th-MAY 13th 'we tour the business district amount of privatelyownedland
v we see the railroad'crewat in the United States. The
j : ) ,:J \ ,, .. (SORRY, NO LAYAWAYS) J' _. work along the railroad amount of land owned by private
':ye./ ""
.?:.nti, .. "" '-'," ""II_.. .,r.wJlJ -rM" tracks, Dwayne Metts painting citizens in our country
billion
totals about one-half
the front of his Super
{; .' ," ... ', Market and Mr. Baker clean acres. The remaining one-
Ing the area around the 5 and half billion acres is federal or
.
i : NAME BRAND LINGERIE < 10. Going on, we see Mrs. state owned.
Brannon watering. petuniasshe The welfare of all Americans
DRASTICALLY REDUCED planted in front of their is affected by the manner

.\ GOWN SETS BRAS food store; the city crew working in/which private landowners -
/" diligently at the City Hall manage this vast property.
''J'f'iry GOWNS PAJAMAS and Court House. Another From the land come our food,
,; v. 1 ""--WI-! heart warming sight is the fibre, and water supplies.
,j.2 _{ .' (Assorted Colors} and Sizes) main streets: being silently Here is where our forests
cleaned after dark. yield theirs bounty, and our
Moving into the residentialareas Increasing population seeks
we notice so many busy recreation. Here is the great

Madyes Slippers (Terrycloth) Reg. $3, Now 1.99, people, hard at work in their natural wealth of our country -
yards. Those piles of rubbish and much of Its natural
and debris waiting for the city beauty.

t' Ladies Hose $1.35 Now 3 for $3.05 pickup are absolutely beau The Flagler Soil & Water
; By Mojud, Reg. tiful. Conservation District Supervisors .

: .. Have you noticed the John believe that it Is every.
\I ny McIntosh residence and one's responsibility Ito' help
the Jarosz Building. How they conserve our nation's greatest
glisten with their new coatsof resources-soil and water.
See Our Line of M: paint.
-v
: I Your roving congratulates H. UPCHURCH
reporter
,: : .
every one of you WINS ELECTION
; BATHING SUITS wonderful people for taking Hamilton D. Upchurch, a St.

I I part in the clean-up program Augustine attorney, was elected ..
: and leaves you inspired and to the Board of Governorsof
,:: $10.95 Up eager to attack your property. the Florida Bar to represent
lawyers and Judges in the
MENS SOFTBALL Seventh Judicial Circuit which

\, ,r' MEET TONIGHT includes St. Johns, Putnam,
Flagler and Volusia counties..

/ forming All persons a Slow Pitch interested Baseball In the Uuchurch position in was a special named runoff to


: 5 0 % 0 F F the League(Thursday softball are) at asked! 7:30.field to Schedulesand meet tonight at ney There,election Jr. Daytona are with 230 Cliff Beach.members B. Cos-of

; rules will be discussed
the Bar in the four county
,
according to Leslie Pache, director
:
; area eligible to vote.SPANISH.LATIN .
( CHILDREN'S WEAR) of Program.the Bunnell City Recreation FIESTA

will be Womens
There a
The Spanish-Latin Fiesta is
Infant's Wear 50 Percent Off Softball League meeting FrI. to be held Saturday, May 6, in
day night at 7:30: at the Bun
the Bunnell School Cafeteria.
Toddler's Wear 50 Percent OffGirl's nell Civic Center. Entertainment will be furnished -
,
by Minnie Deen, Helene

Wear 50 Percent OffBoy's Bryan, Freddy Fruits, the Sen-
lor Band Students, and Mrs.
LETTERSTO
Reynolds third grade class.
J
Wear 50 Percent Off THEEDITOR The third grade will put on a
_' skit Tickets
J may be purchased
from members of(the Span
ish-Latin Club.
ONE RACK ReporterJeannie

I In the lobby of the Flagler Higginbotham
LADIES DRESSES $10.00 Beach Post Office there is a
notice posted that the Flagler CARL LERCHCELEBRATES
Beach Commssloners will ask 10th BIRTHDAY
H
for a bill to be introduced in Carl Lerch, brother of Howard -
MISSY SKIRTS 25 Percent OFF7 the Legislature to legalize Lerch, Hlllcrest, was hon-
and validate all the acts of orined with a party on his
: ASSORTED SIZES AND COLORS each individual commissionerby 10th birthday. Those attending .

name, and all the ordinances were: Alan Zamba, Speedy
FLEXNIT BACK AID LONG LEG resolutions, and acts Wendlandt, Violet and
,of the City Commissions for Lean Jones, Jon Wilder, Dale
PANTIE GIRDLE, Now $9.95 their entire administration, Johnson, Mike Abbott, Rosemary
dating retroactive to April .Bross, Vicki Smith, Joe
LARGE AND X LARGE SIZE ONLY 1966. Bryon, Joe Miller, Scott Pre-

If the actions, resolutions, vatt, Jeff Thomas, Melvin Gid-
ordinances and other acts of dens, Tina Lerch, Jimmy,
the Flaglen Beach Commssloners Steve and Mary Watson. Assisting -
CLEARANCE ON JEWELRY 50 Percent Off were legal would there be any reason to serving were Mrs. Catherine
Ladies Gloves $1.00 and $1.50 ask the Legislature to legal- Watson, Mrs. Richard Lerch
""., ,- ize, validate or ratify such, is and Mrs. Clint Giddens.
(WHITE, BEIGE, BLACK) a question that some of the

tax payers are asking.If ENTERTAINS WITH
there are any resolutions, BUFFET DINNERMr.
ordinances, or actions that and Mrs. Jack Clegg entertained
CLOSING OUT ON ALL MEN'S WEAR are unconstitutional, should with a buffet dinner
these be ratified by an act of Sunday evening at their home,

(Prices Are Drastically Reduced ) the Legislature? 1307 E. Howe.'
All the citizens of Flagler Invited guests were Rev.
Beach are urged to atop and and Mrs. Charles Anders and
read the revolution for Legislative children, Mr. and Mrs George
SORRY, NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS Action that is posted at Clegg and children; Marvin
the Post Office. Think aboutit. Clegg, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Townsend -
-1' "BESIDE THE POST OFFICE" and children, Mrs.Harry
One of these ordinances has Clegg, Mr. and MJB. Lee
I .: _.' ''''''''' 'Ual1\.f'i'.tIA W'''''' already been declared by the Blakely, Marie Muzyka, Mrs.
,. I Judge of 'the Circuit Court. to Edward Hawkins and children -
.
,r '" tl :' .. be unconstitutional, null and Mrs Otis Hunter and
.
,
t \ ,1 >1e 4 void. Another such action children, Mrs. Vonnie Viner,

; ( oi..' brought a court decvee that Perry Knight and Mr. and
should enjoin City Commls- Mrs. Richard Cantrell.
FLORIDA '. sto ers from any futur action
BUNNELL :
? camming the City Park. Ralph Miller of Palmettowas
.
Signed a recent houseguest of
George Moody, Sr. Herschel and Peggy King.

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