The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00387
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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It Happened la Flagler

loi County 20. 30. 40 years ago

Anniversary VOL. 55 NO. 24 THURSDAY JUNE 15. 1967 $2.50 A YEAR

1947 .
Queen CrowningBig Bunnell Motor Company,
DIES OF INJURIES PLANNED I Ford distributors here and
owned by W. H. Atkinson, had
Event for the
(! !! II Iii 11111I1 III 1111I I lilllllllllllllil I 1111 II FROM ACCIDENT July 3rd and 4th are. the Just moved into its modern
dates set for the Flagler
Charles Harry Clegg, 15, of building. It was said to be one
Beach Fishing Tournament,
of;the"most automotive
50th modem
Bunnell died Sunday morningin Anniversary one of the activities plannedby ,
buildings to be seen in
the Bunnell General Hospital the anniversary committee.C. ,
Makes Final from injuries sustainedin The crowning of Miss 50th O. Magee is chairman of any small town.

R rLibrary a truck accident Saturday Anniversary will be one of the two day event. (:l
afternoon.The the highlights of the semi- All visitors and residentsare
centennial celebration .JBllly Bowden arrived home ;
PaymentThe accident occured invited to enter their ...
on ned for Flagler County July catch In the tournament for 'from Tallahassee where he
final payment of $6,- State Road 304 In the Haw 14. Sixteen local beauties, 16 edible fish. There will be two spent a week as the American '
418.00 was paid to 3. E. Me- Creek section. Charles was a thru 21 years of age will be first. prizes awarded lor the Legion delegate to Boys State :
passenger in a pickup truck for the title in the Iona selected to
Moody was
vying contest
fish .
Maitland largest caught one prize
Call, Contractor, driven by John Cody, which ;
construction of the Bunnell sponsored by the Flagler for the smallest fish and one attend Girls State as the re '\
High School Library upon ap turned over. Woman's Club. Mayor Fuller, prize for the most fish caught. preservative of Flagler Unit of

proval at the Tuesday, June Born August 29, 1951 In Flagler Beach will be masterof According to the tourney the American: Legiqn.? i
6 meeting of the Flagler Coun Daytona Beach, (the youth had ceremonies for the beauty rules all fish must be caught ..... (:)
ty Board of Public Instruc lived all his life in the Haw competition, which will beginat from the Flagler Beach Pier. Two tarpon, 60 pounds each, c
tion. The complete contract Creek Community. He had 6 p. m. July 4. Contestants All entries eligible for competition were hooked from the Flagler
price for the new library was completed the tenth grade at will be Judged in bathing must be filed with Beach pier and landed on/the
6418000. Bunnell High School wherehe suits, and formal attire. Dur the Pier attendant. ,Entries sands by Mrs. Madeline Wohl-
Representatives from Carver was a member of the Beta ing intermission, awards for must be caught between the huter of Daytona Beach and ;
High School PTA appeared before Honor Society; was active In (the fishing, golf and beard hours, of 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. Robert Weaver, local resident.It ;
the board and asked the school sports, playing football contests will be presented to Mr. Magee will be assisted 1

:board to assist them in procuring and basketball; a member of the winners. by R. R. Mosby and Mack Mc. 1937 ;

:& swimming pool for the 4-H Club and received the Out of town Judges will Guire. R. L. McNab, co-ordl-
the school campus. The board American Legion Citizenship give the contestants points nator of Flagler Beach events Plans were progressing to
advised the group it was not award In 1965. Charles was a for beauty personality and for the. fiftieth anniversary establish a bank in Bunnell, I'
.. feasible to begin construction member of (the First Methodist poise. celebration, reports 'other according to E. H. Ashcraft,
of a pool a.tthis/ time, but Church of Bunnell and the events scheduled' Include a president of the Citizens Bankof
would investigate the feasibility Methodist Youth Fellowship. Prizes will be awarded the beauty contest. Golf Tourna Titusville. ,Ashcraft was f'
for a future project, The Queen and two runnerup ment Fireworks display and contacting the citizens of
,board agreed to provide Funeral serVIces' were held winners immediately follow. 'a free dance for teenagers at Flagler County In' an effort I
transportation for the stu at the First Methodist Churchof ing the judging. the Flagler Beach Recreationhall. to determine the feasibility of t
dents participating in the Bunnell at 2 p.m. Monday Miss 50th Anniversary will establishing such an institu I
Summer Recreation and Enrichment afternoon with the Rev. Oliver receive a crown, trophy, $25 tion here. !
Program ,to participate Taylor officiating. Interment savings bond and a bouquet. (:) :
in the swimming pro. followed in Seville Cemetery, The two runnersup will each 50th ANNIVERSARY' Russell Thompson, son of I

gram. Seville, Fla.Charles receive a trophy, sterling sliver GOLF TOURNAMENT Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Thompson, i

Voted to engage the swim. is survived by his charm braclet and a bou participated in the National

ming pool at Kahlert's Milton parents, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeF. quet. PLANS ANNOUNCEDAs Music Contest In Rock Hill,
Motel for the price of $350.00for The participants and their N. C. j
Clegg; one sister, Susan part of I
Flagler '
use in the summer pro. Clegg and a brother, David sponsors are as follows: Anniversary County'sFiftieth Celebra Russell, a member of the '\
gram. all of Bunnell Sharyn Abraham, American Flagler School band, won first I
Clegg, maternal
; tion two
Legion Donna Akins day, 36-hole mens
Agreed to postpone the next Mr. and ; : Senior place in saxophone playing
golf tournament
regular:. meeting scheduled Mrsv.G'Eberley) Davis, Sturgis, Citizens Club; Sue Broadaway, on July 1 andThe"tourna be held according tc* band director I
Land 'n Sea Fashions Elizabeth -
for-'JuJy4: < ; William '
/ .j Ky.f; MrsvPlfahy'Clegg, 'pater- Allen, Black's Flowers ment will be restricted to residents Heney.
Read letter from the ;
a nal grandmother, of Bunnell. (:)
Flagler County Classroom Faye Durrance, J D.'s Thrift. of Flagler County. Among the local boyS' at.
Teachers Association express Pallbearers were Dan Cody. way; Delores Deen, The Flag. Tournament play will be tending Lake Winona YMCA
ing the desire to receive the John Cody, Mike Robinson, ler Tribune; Rabeth Hersey, held on Flagler County's new Camp were Charles Sleg/'V.W.
same salary Increases that Buddy Taylor, Martin Tucker Civil Defense; Paqulta Hugas, golf course, Ocean Palms McKenzie, Dexter Knight and
teachers In counties may re and Phillip Zimmerle. VFW; Linda Knight, Thrift Country Club, on South AlA. Eldon Knight.
ceive from monies which Self-Operated Car Wash; Peggy Bud Brooks, resident Pro of
any Craig Funeral Home, Bun the club, will assist Chairman (:)
may be allocated to the counties nell, was in charge of ar Mlssinne, Band Parents Walter Morris in Bunnell High School senior
Assn Vicki Moore Anchor setting' up
by the legislature. rangements. ; graduates receiving diplomasat
the recommendationof Motor Court; Johnnie Ruth flights and tee-off times for
Upon the May 21, 1937 com-
Miller, Howard Lerch General the two-day tournament
Supt. Harris, the Board employed mencement exercises were:
the following instruc FLAGLER SHRINERS Contracting; Brenda Murray, Announcement of registration Charlotte Conlon, Jessie
tional personnel for the 1967- UDC; Ginger Newell, Flagler / fee and other informationwill Sally Cyzyckl, James Emmett
68 scholastic year: Mrs. Lena MET THURSDAY Beach Pier and Restaurant; be forthcoming next Deen, Jr., Richard Norman '

Barasa; Carl P. Brupbacherand Eighteen attended the din. Faith Wilson, Flagler Fire Department week.interested In the meantime, any Hosford, James Everett Jenkins
Alvin H. Thompson. Employed ner meeting of the Flagler & Auxiliary and Jo golfer in the Coun Helen Teresa K 0 Z a k,
the following personnelfor County Shrine Club Thursday, Ann Wilson, Wadsworth Lumber for ty can additional contact data.the Chairman Thaddeus John Mlotkowski,

the Summer Program: Mr. June 8, at Malphurs Restau Co. According to the Chairman Freda Regina Montgomery,
Brupbacher, band director and Charles Alton Williams.
rant. Levi Brannam, president, over thirty active golfers live Salutatorian -
Mrs. Jennie Newell, Remedial presided.Z. TRI.COUNTYPOTATO in the was Helen Kozak and
County now and it is
Reading. G. Holland, club member hoped that several Valedictorian was Thaddeus
Agreed to pay Stanley No. ,and chairman of the North golfers will potential Mlotkowskl.
vak $10.00 per year for rentalon Florida Potato council's ad. TOTALS 4 MILLION in making this tournament help out a Ushers for the commencement .
school bus garage on the vertising committee, gave an exercises we reI. I.
success. In
case a few
Novak property. Informative talk on the potato Growers of the tri-county's concerned about Moody, J. D. .Williams, Ira
Voted to supplement !the sal industry in Flagler County.Mr. 33,000 acre potato crop suffer play, the Calloway their Holton and Robert' Bertha.
ary of Mr. Hilton Beasley, Holland introduced Flor ed a four million dollar loss System will be Handicap Attendants were Corise
used. This
$25000 as assistant coach. ida's reigning "Potato BlossomQueen" this season, according to Z. G. give all golfers, "duffers"will Yarn, Janet Bankston, Otis
Adopted the following polIcy Miss Delores Holland, Chairman of the or Cordelle
Deen Cecil Creech
not a good chance to win the Hunter, ,
: No student shall be allowed Bunnell and pointed out the North Florida Potato Council's several prizes which will be Robertson, Annie CywInski,
to participate In the value of the widespread pub. Advertising Committee Flag- offered. Joe Krol, Frances Stafford and
regular day school in the licity of this program. ler county's share of the acre. C. B. Eisenbach.
Flagler County School System Miss Deen's crowning in age Is 6,200 acres. The trt-

that is pregnant or has been April has received nationwide county area is composed of CANCER CRUSADE 1927 .,
pregnant. This policy shall be publicity. Flagler, Putnam and St Johns
binding without any consid counties. SHORT OF GOAL F. L. Byrd, who Just returned
eration to any student. This The unexpected freeze of from legislative duties in
policy supersedes all policies FLAGLER GASOLINE February 26 and 27, of which Flagler County Cancer Crusade Tallahassee, presented a
regarding pregnancy. the growers had no advance chairmen, Mrs. Leona church bell to the Baptist
TAX COLLECTIONS warning from the Federal Knight and Mrs. Eula Fuller, Church of Flagler Beach.

DROP BELOW APRIL Frost Warning Service, sever report the Crusade is only (:)
ROBERT SMEDLEY ally damaged the crop. This $38.47 short of the $500.00 James DuPont was reconMrnaMate -
Gasoline Tax Collectionsfor was followed by a continued goal set for Flagler County the old home which
DIES SUDDENLYRobert the month of May dropped drought. As a result only one (this year. MB t/aadfather built In the
Smedley, 58, died considerably below the !third of a normal crop Was The crusade will soon be little Settlement of MatanzasIn
suddenly at his home in Jones, amount collected last month.! harvested, Holland said. closed and anyone wlehing to 1035. Abraham DuPont,
Ala. Thursday morning June May collections totaled $17 Production cost of the nor. make a contribution to the fatter of Virgil, ,brought
,8. Mr. Smedley was the son in 087.49 for 244,107 gallons, mal six million cwt crop is fund, la asked to contact Mn. slaves from South Carolina to
,,raw of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Robjerteon which is $5,441.73 leas than in excess of nine million dollars. Fuller, or mail their contribution build homes: for his three
of Bimini and wu a the April collection, totaling The entire business will to Flagler County Con. son, the one in Matanza being
.fr.a unt visitor here. 2852922. The amount collected be affected by the 12 million err Society, Box 455, Bunnell. built for Virgil, who carried .
.ie.loss and burial were for May 1967 Is $12'63 -- dollar gross revenue lose. Memorial donations may be mall in years gone by
held in Jones, Ala. Sunday, lees than the amount col. Even with /the increased made anytime during the year between St. Augustine and
June 11. lected one year ago. The May coat of labor (a. major item), by nontaflMng" Mrs. Bette Me- Daytona Beach over he Kings
He to survived by Us wife 1966 amount (totaled .,..- due to farm labor coming Daniel County Chairman., Hlifeway.Jacaef .
Jfrdyn and four cattdfOB.Mr. 12. under Federal Minimum DuPont nan the

and Mr*. Hubert inaeaty > Sales Tex Collection for Wages for the first time, and flOOD AIIMICR oMdge boat at the time thelast
and children, Mr. and Mm. the county also dropped below an expensive advertising pro cost canal was built,
Lloyd Robertson and Mr. and the amount collected in April. gram, prices for potatoes have A little advertising can ,MUm and when a young man. he
Mis. Cordell RobeiKBon, Bun County collections totaled been low throughout the season Few good and a lot of ad. took part in activities against
,nell attended, the funeral $12336.71 which is $3,683.14 and an presently only 2% vertialng GaD sail a lot of. hostile Indiana in tab part of
......... leaa than the April ooileettoa, cents pee ....... ..... the state.t .

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High Grads Seek
t 3tftaglrr\ flribunr policyholder's insurance com-
INCORPORATED INSURANCE agrees to abide by Canada's -
More EducationMore pany
VISITORS minimum financial re-
I Florida high school TALLAHASSEE State* '?\\S ,onSlbll1ty'limits.
Cot 1mls. said also that of
LEN WILSON graduates are continuingtheir Treasurer-Insurance lie many
Editor and Publisher studies after graduationthan sloner Broward Williams reminded the companies issue this card

BETTE S. McDANIEL THE METHODIST CHURCH ever before and most of Florida citizens they for a 60-day period with no
New Editor Flagler each proof of financial .
must carry in premium.The
them attend Institutions within Increase
Reynold Nelson Hoover, responsibility if they visit card is not required for
the state, the Florida State
Morning Worship, 9:30 a. m. Canada's Expo67. of Alberta Brit-
for all the provinces ,
.. Chamber of Commerce reported
Designated Legal Advertlai.g Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30 In Its Weekly Business Re- This proof, a pale yellow ish Columbia, Manitoba, and
p.m. view released recently. card called the Nonresident Ontario, which specifically f
Mews Club meets the first Interprovlnce Motor Vehicle exempt United States visitors ,
Entered ai second class matter Monday of each month at "During, -the, J962.1966 Liability Insurance Card, Is from this law. ,
February J, Ills, Jt the post- 7:30: p. m.Woman's. period, the number'of grad- available only through the

Act office, of at March Bunnell.J, 187 Florida. under Society of Chris- pates of public ,high schoolsIn pollcyholder's Insurance com DO YOU REMEMBER?
tion Service the 2nd Thursday Florida Increased 46 per pany.
way what the r
the was
o 9:30: a. m.CATHOLIC cent to reach 63,780 In the Commissioner Williams said By
o'rea.. _--$WlUx name of,the last sensible\ book
latter year. Out of this figure the card certifies that the I
;1.25 read?
CHURCHES 37,911 (or 59 per cent) wenton you II r
to further study. In 1962
Rer. Fr. Anthony Leon. PastorST. the graduates numbered 43- -

p. / MARTS, KORONA: 717 with 22,171 (or 51 per

Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m. cent) of them continuing their '

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., educations beyond high' FREE FUEL OIL ;
and Friday at 8:30 turn. school.

"Junior colleges In Florida

BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST registered 19,981 (or 31 per i
Charles D. Anders Pastor cent) of the new high school 30 GALLONS FREE .
graduates last year and 8,410or
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
( 13 cent) went to universities
per .
School. (Delivery Anytime In 1967))
or four-year colleges
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
within Florida. '
7:00 p.m. Training Union. WITH 4 ATLAS PLYCRON

8:00 p.m. Evening Worship.. "Nine per cent, or 5,836 :
Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer graduates went .
Service. and universities outside the TIRES

state }fast .y ar. In. 1962 this
proportion) was 10 per cent.

The Rer. Robert Stuart, "Six per cent, or 3,684 graduates .
Priest in Charge J attended (technical or 10 GALLONS FREEWITH
trade schools with 532 of theseto
Morning Worship
out-of-state .
Church School 3:30 p. m.,
Thursday. total of 25,869 graduatesdid
Communion first Sunday of not enroll In any institution

each month. for study beyond high OFFER GOOD JUNE-JULY-ONLY
Three miles east of Bunnellon school last year. Although this

highway 100. number has gained its proportion
It'sFather's of the total number of
FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL graduates has dropped stead BUDDY KNOX

Day Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. ily.
Weekday Masses: Tues. and AME
Thurs. at 8:30: a.m. "These statistics refer onlyto AMERICAN SERVICE
every ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL (the public !high schools in
Florida and are based on research
morning. Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. studies of the state U. S. Highway 1-Bunnell
Weekday Mass: Saturday at
Department of Education. Lastyear's Day 437-3652 Night 437-3944
8:30 .
, when give him 3,906 graduates of private
you high schools In Floridaare

HOLINESS not included."

BRITISHSTERLING. Rev. John'Llngold, Pastor -

Sunday School, 10:00: a. m.

Worship Service. ,. 11:00 a. m.
ExclusIve Toiletries Fir MenThe Life Liners Service, 6:30:

a.srw IILI-swam..0_....MGT.. prtAP" p. m.
Evening 'Evangelistic Servo
after shave that starts
ice, .7:30: p. m.COMMUNITY.
each day with confidence Gigantic

worn by the world's, most

fashionable men. CHURCH MEMORIAL ,

The cologne that lasts from S
Flagler Beach
dusk to dawn. Please him with
Rev. :R. W. Dickert. Pastor
our British Sterling, in distinc-
tive flasks of silvery metal over Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. :1
Worship Service, 11 a. m.
glass.From $3.50 $10.00 Communion every first Sun. Dress
ANDERSON'SDRUG day of each quarter. .

Bunnell, Florida '"
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Phone 437.3225 :Itev Oliver Taylor Pastor .
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. \
Worship Service, 11:00: a. m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship,


Flagler Beach
Guaranteed to Kill Mildew
CAnPEIVTEK and PAINTING Sunday School: 9:45.: *
CALL AFTER eiOO P.M. Morning Worship: 11:00. / ,
MR. :R. BOND Flagler Beach Evening Worship: 7:30. ,
Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794 Wednesday Prayer Meeting: .;) .

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We Pay Pottage Both Ways
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At Home Abroad: Too Late .

How to Avoid To Classify C Irni 0 1 C E Lean Meaty, Ideal for Bar B-B

Ivy m stw.INC,
IST Russell Kay
Spare Ribs
ONLY North Americans
cursed A friend of mine has a signin
'are with poison ivy, because
I it in any other his office which pictures a
part of the word grining, happy faced fat man
But if you're planning a tour and under it the single ad. Ib59
abroad, don't wander among monition, "Down With All
the primroses. In Europe, the Diets".
plant most responsible for skin
rashes is the plain primrose. .
If you ask me It makes a .." I
% Recognize It lot of sense. In this crazy, mix. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK ; ,; : .. .
It's the oil in that ed up age most of us are run -' '
causes allergy. Even thou people ning around in circles in
claim, *"If I just smell it, I search of health and happi ROAST \ ib. 49
break is out essential./ actual physical contact ness. *

Here are some other tips from Never in the history of the
the Pfizer Leeming Division, that
makes an itch relief product world have we been given U. S. D. A. Choice
called Calmitol: such a wide variety of adviceas
Never burn Ivy, because the to what is (the matter withus '
oil is transmitted in the smoke. and what to do about it. CHUCK STEAK ilb
: .59
Avoid contamination from garden Everybody claims to know all
i tools, pets, or clothing that the from the rank O .
{may have been exposed. '{' t. ..... .
amateur to the so called ex. .tom
Don't Wander \ Western Select .
Play it safe,at home or abroad.If pert.No
you should walk through fieldsor matter what your ailment .
brush, wash your skin immediately someone of your ac
afterwards with strong quaintance can !ttell you Just BEEF LIVER : '. h .lb 49
soap.If .
you develop itchiness, don't what the trouble Is and whatto : .
,scratch. Relieve irritation with do about it. You are told
:soothing products like Calmitol that milk Is the only natural
,in ointment, liquid or aerosolspray food and if you drink enoughof
i form at local drug stores,' it all your troubles will Copeland's "ALL MEAT"' Lyke>. ""FLAG SLAB
It also gives relief from
other insect bites mosquitoand that can vanish. Those from another FRANKSI ,
;ruin vacation fun. school, who read somethingin BACON:
I: f a newspaper or a book, are .. :
It's Poison quick >to tell you that milk Is 12 oz. ; lb. ,,:
I I frond The may dark have green an ,oily three-leaf appear. poison and it will kill you. Pkg. 3ge Sliced Free 4 9".C ,

I ance, but it may nob The stem
Salt and .
not be notched. The pepper you ;"i''
1 I may plant or may may be a climbing vine, a told is extremely dangerous, Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2i/3lb. AVg.) CUT TO ORDER
;low ground cover, or it may. look sugar is worse. Natural fruits '
,like a shrub.! and vegetables are the only :,
things you can eat with safe. : .
ty. Meat of any kind is taboo, : lb1 29
CLASSIFIED lADVERTISING on the other hand if you don't m .
eat meat you will lose your
strength 'and waste away in
no time.I .

II have a friend who swears Valleydale

by peanuts. He says you I ALL MEAT SMOKED SAUSAGE Ib........................ .. 4ge, I
should eat them religiouslyevery .
RATE 4c per word. Minimum day if you want to stay
charge per issue $1.00. well. Another tells me that Heinz 1 lb. CanAND
nuts are the worst thing I '
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain could eat. Then I am told thatif K BEANS 8 For $100 .DIXIE CRYSTAL
fields Installed Rota-Roter
; I eat three or four almonds j

snail Call George shelL Reasonable Jarosz, 437.3410 prices. evgpr .day 4will never J aye.ancer. : ..Lyke's ". 'n.-' '.. .. 12 oz. Can SUGAR I

8-1-tf LUNCHEON Each
Another friend of mine is MEAT 45e Ib.
INCOME-SPARE TIME. Excellent grape happy. He claims he 5 Bag 37e
spare time business has retained his health by eat. Morton'sSALT 26 oz. Box .
opportunity. No selling. Refill ing no less than a pound of Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and collect money from New grapes a day. Cheese is good 1e I
Type coin operated dispensersin for what: ails you and it also
this area. Must have $650to causes your ailments. If you Jolli-Pac Giant Twin Pack ___ ___ __ __
$1950 cash, car and refer really wart to stay well you POTATO Each DELITE (
ences. Ten hours weekly can will eat wheat germs, egg CHIPS 3ge !
net excellent income. More yolks, sunflower seeds, drink

money.time can For personal result In interview more fresh sea food sea water and ,steer go all clear out on of Royal (Ass't. Flavors) Reg. Pkg. 0 l E 0

write Rem-Co Distributing Co., rice and potatoes. GELATIN Each fOe
P. O. Box 6171, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ibt. JftAW
15212. Include phone number. Among my acquaintances I 2
ltp 6-15 have an old-fashioned country ---' (in Solids)
doctor who doesn't agree MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
WANTED TO BUY: Corn with the experts. He says the
Grinder with 0 r without trouble with most folks todayis
motor. Reasonable. Call 439- their gullibility. They are
2023. 6.15 let continually scaring themselves FROZEN FOODS

to death. They believe Ilb.
WANTED: Will buy LIVE anything they hear. 47c Frosty Acres 10 oz. Pkg.STRAWBERRIESE" .
Rattlesnakes, Coral Snakes
and large moccasins. Moody's They keep feeding fear 'to Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order '25*
Taxidermy Shop, I dIe son their subconscious mind. They
Building. Ph. 437.3989, Bob tell it over and over that they r- -I Sara Lee ALL BUTTER 12 oz. Pkg.
Moody. 4tp 6.15, 22, 29. 7.6 can't eat this or can't eat that, Ea.
so their subconscious mind ac FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE 6ge
NEW Slat Chairs, $3.95 each. cepts it and proceeds to carry
Jerry's Furniture & AppliancesOld out the instructions it is given.If Golden RipeBANANAS
Dixie Hwy., 2 mi. S. of they Just had sense enoughto
Korona. Phone 4373752. tell their subconsciousmind lb.
Itc 6.15 that they are well and fOe JOY LIQUID
happy and doing okay (they
LAKE DISSTOM Beautiful would find themselves in perfect 1 Ib. Cello

2 bedroom: house 12x22 health. CARROTS Bag Giant
Z 290
Cypress tile paneled bath modern living If you go around all day Size 3?
room. crying about pains and
kitchen. One and 3/4 acres your Local SweetONIONS
and landscap ills and feeling sorry for your. lb. Limit 1 with $5.00
lovely pines or more food order
self wind in a
ing. 12 producing citrus you can up Z 29c
wheel chair before you know
100 feet on lake Dtss-
It. On the other hand if you
dock boat canaL Trulya
toll resist the inclination to talk
etttag. Only '17.
lovely .
about your troubles and direct
see. your mind to stay on an
TWO acres very near Bun-
even keel, your troubles will
nelL Blair kakbMoped diminish to the extent thatyour
amt hem K 1M want a .
subconscious mind determines
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you mean what you ''I.I1E3t
boss lot say for It is guided by what
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to Mac the desired statsAt -
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3uesh.ll you can overcome most of
PboM* Building 437-3282 your troubles. Qwstily R1c" Res.rvod ,Prices Good June 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19, tIfr .

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TRIP home Monday after a weeks
Petty Officer Third Class, visit In Cocoa with her sons PREDICTS PEACEIN

Randolph Hodges arrived and their families, Mr. and MIDDLE EAST
home May 20 for a visit with Mrs. Gilbert Tucker and Mr.
his wife, Karen after serving and Mrs. Dutch Tucker.. While Florida Senator George A.
eight months In the Mediterranean there, Mrs. Tucker attendedthe Smathers today said Israel's
aboard the USS Shangilia. graduation exercises of military successes enhance
her grandson Marvin Tucker chances for getting a mean-
He reported to Mayport and the wedding of Miss Mary ingful peace in the Middle
Naval Station last Monday for Ann Belech sister of Mrs. East.

duty. Dutch Tucker.
Speaking on his weekly
dene and! Mary Hart arrived Moses and Joan Atkinsonleft television and radio
Monday from Annlston, Saturday for Atlanta, Ga. PINETTES ENTERTAINEDTen Miss Minnie Duncan of Miami Smathers In remarks recorded -
Ala. to spend the summer to reside. Moses will be em. members of the Pin- arrived Thursday to earlier said that "as
months at their home, Central ployed at Delta Airlines, Joan's ettes met last Wednsday eve spend 'the summer at her long as the Israelis are win
Ave., Flagler Beach. Their mother, Mrs. Jeff Cock- ning at the home of Mrs. Flagler Beach home. ning there will be greater
and their families, rell, accompanied them on the
daughters Charles Cowart, Haw Creek disposition on the part of !the
Mrs. Thomas Clark, Tennessee trip and will remain for a
for a Spaghetti Supper and Arabs and the Soviet Unionto
and Mrs. John Barker, week's visit. games party. Mr. and Mrs. O. Duncombeleft sit down and talk and ar

Georgia, plan to Join them In The group will meet for a Tuesday for their ,homeIn rive at a cease-fire and some
about two weeks for a visit. Mrs. Charles McKnlght and dinner meeting in July at the Goleta, California, after negotiated settlement.."

sons Ken and Kerry, left Sat home of Mrs. Cliff Sheffield several days visit here with At the same time Smathers
". for their, home in Denver Colony Park. her father, Rex Cramp, Mas-
Zachary Holland and oJhn urday said if the United Nations
.,Johnston left Sunday for Ab- Colo. after six weeks vis- sles Motor Court, Flagler fails to be the prime moverIn

raham Baldwin Agriculture it here with Judge and Mrs. RANDY MORRIS Beach. establishing peace, It will
College in Tifton, Ga. Zachary T. K. McKnight. RECEIVES DEGREE mean "the United Nations as

returned for the summer quar Randy Morris received' his Mr., and Mrs. Tom Duncan an active instrument for
ter session and John entered BA degree In Political Science, and children of Titusville peace is gone forever."
Margaret Shelton and child- June 2, from Western Kentucky .
4s a freshman. ren, Jackie, Tract and Doug of University.He spent the weekend visitinghere Up till the time a ceasefirewas
to with his mother Mrs. C. orderd by the UN last
ATTEND CONVENTION spend several days with her for a visit here with his par' W. Duncan, Flagler Beach. week, Smathers said, the

':' Clerk ,of the (Court George parents, Eddie and Babe Ir- eats Mr. and Mrs. Walter world body had been very"ineffective"

Moody and his wife Virginia, win at their Flagler Beach Morris. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Strick in Ms handlingof
the Middle Eastern crisis.
returned home Sunday from home, land, Jr., Favorlta, have as
"The crisis might have 'been
Cypress Gardens where he attended their houseguest this week,
averted GeneralU
the annual convention PICNIC FOR METHODISTAll her cousin. Miss Kathy Anderson Secretary
Edna Ken- "
Margaret Clegg, Thant had been more firm
of the Association of Court dall, Alma Sheffield 'and Sadie members and friends of of Gainesville.Roy Rdded.Meanwqlle .
Clerks of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Strickland left for the Flagler Beach Methodist Smathers
Moody attended the convention Gatlinburg, Term where they Chuhch are invited to a picnic and Bea Meaders of the Florida Senator

activities at the Sheraton plan to spend a week vaca Monday, June 19, at 6:00'p. Live Oak, are spending several voiced active support 'fora
Motor, Inn June 711. tioning. m. at the home of Mr. and days In Bunnell on busi forthcoming meeting in
Mrs. Washington of the Organization
Lyman Gage North ness. They are staymg at the
A-1-A. Milton Motel.J of American States to
Ted and Karen Panchellaand Ted Maltexlas, Washington, Hamburgers and drinks will discuss Cuban aggression-

Son Tony left Friday for D. C. visited here several days be furnished and those plan B. of Miami is against Venezuela.
New Hampshire for a two last week with Tom Kahlert. ning to attend are asked to several days visit. "We've gone far enough in
weeks visit with relatives. Tom left for the bring a covered his CU-
Saturday dish and sil ing here with his mother, permitting Castro and
; i University of Georgia where verware. Mrs. Virginia B. High. ban brand of communism to
! Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelving- he' will attend the summer upset conditions_ in the hemisphere

ton and sons Kevin and Bar session. SUMMER PROGRAM BRIDE ELECT FETED Smathers said, add
ry, were luncheon guests of ACTIVITIES SCHOOL ing that he thought the U. S.
Miss Shirlene Carter, whose ought to support strong sane-
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller Mrs. Don Alford and children LIBRARY OPEN,
Monday.Mrs. marriage to Harry Kuleskl ions against free world coun-
of Jacksonville visited The Bunnell High School will be an event of June 17, tries that continue to trade
"'' here two days last week'with library will be open Mondaythru" was honored with a bridal with CUba.
Ferris Solomon and Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford and
Friday from 8 a. m. until
shower recently at the homeof Smathers also announced
children, Davey, and Jennie, Mrs. Grace Wray 12 noon and 1.3 p. m., 'accord Mrs. Keith Lovell, Venice plans for the Special Commit.

returned visit home in Sunday Broxton from and aweek's ing to Mrs. Mary Broadaway, Park Flagler Beach.. Co-hostess tee on Aging to begin a probeof

Mrs. Esther Lackey of Astor librarian. for the affair was Miss mounting hospital and oth-
Augusta, Ga. Mrs. Solomon'snephews
Books may 'be'checked out Candy Lovell. er medical costs on June 19.
Park spent last weekend at ,
Mike, and Darrel by students during these
her Flagler Beach home
Smith returned home with on hours. .
them for a week's visit. A-1-A. Joining her for the '
weekend were 4: r''\'! "' -
Mri and Mrs. SCHEDULE
Charles Cowart and children LITTLE THEATRE 'OF EVENTS FOR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stanish The Little Theatre will open
and Mr. and Mrs. Sambo Til-
and daughter Catherine and ton and children: its season Friday, June 16 at
Mrs. Walter Wilkins and 2 p. m. in the Bunnell school 50TH ANNIVERSARYThe
daughter, Julie, were in Cocoa auditorium. Two plays will be

Beach last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray presented under the directionof Fiftieth
Flagler County Anniversary committee
where they visited Cape Ken left approved -
Thursday for Waycross, Mrs. Laura Morris. The
a schedule of events for the
nedy Technical College. Cath Ga. for a week's visit with rel plays are: "Cinderella, Wes- forthcoming anniversary
erine and Julie will attend atives. While there they planto tern Style" and "Rumpelstllt- celebration of Flagler County, July 1.4, at Monday nights meeting -

classes at the college begin' attend the wedding of Miss skin". according to John A. Clegg, chairman.The .
ning July 6. Katherine Hlnson daughter of following events are scheduled for the four day semi-

Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hlnson, ARTS AND CRAFT centennial celebration:
Mrs. Jean Bielskl left Fridayfor former Bunmell residents. Arts and crafts and various SATURDAY
her home In Warren Mich. I recreational games will be
after a two weeks visit here Mrs. Joseph Harding available to the youngsters 11:00 A.M.-2:00: P.M. Barbeque at Bunnell Airport- Sponsored,
re '
with her mother Mrs. Marie turned home Saturday after a registered for the summer pro by Flagler Cattlemen's Association.
Janicki, Flagler Beach. ten day visit in Jacksonvillewith gram. Classes will be held 2:00: PM.400: P.M. Air & Stunt Show at Bunnell Airport

her son and daughter in Monday thru Thursday each 8:30 P.M.-12:30: A.M. Old Timers Dance at Bunnell Airport
'Rob and Janet Council of law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard week from 1:30: to 3:30 p. m. Hanger-Sponsored by Country Club and Idlewood Club.

West Palm Beach are visiting Harding and family. She returned In the school gym. Fifty students 9:30: P.M. Beard Judging Contest to be held during Old Timers
here this week with her par home with her daughter have enrolled in these Dance.

ents Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mrs. Margaret Taylor, who activities to date. SUNDAY
Salyerds. visited there Saturday.
I LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 11:00 A.M.-12:00: Noon Homecoming at All Flagler County

Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth of Shirley Chambers spent the Approximately eighty boys, Churches.

Hampton spent the weekend weekend In St. Petersburgwith ages eight to twelve years are 12:00-1:30: P.M. Dinner on Church grounds.

here with her son and daughter her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. taking part in the BHS Little 2:00: P.M.-4:00: P.M. Air Review and Parachute Jumping at
in law, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. B. Stickney League baseball program.Two Bunnell Airport.
Wardsworth,: and daughter, games will be played Mondayand ,
Cherry. Thursday afternoons at MONDAYAll

Mrs. Raymond Smith and 3:30: p. m. on the school field. Day Recreation & Fishing Tournament alt Flagler Beach.
Out of town guests attending son Ray spent the weekend in (No scheduled events.) "
Catherine Stanish's grad. Fort Benning Ga. visiting FRIENDLY CIRCLE
5:00: P.M.-7:30 P.M. Fish
Fry at Headquarters
uation from BHS were Mr. and with her son Sam who is in MEETS TONIGHTThe Rayonler on
U.S. 1
Mrs. David Burnsed' and basic training with the US Friendly Circle meets Sponsored by Flagler Timber Growers.
daughters of Gainesville; Mr. Army. tonight at 8:00 at the home of 8:45 PM.1000: P.M. Flagler Historical Pageant at Bulldog

and Mrs. Paul Stanish, St. t Mrs. Ray Mercer, 410 N. Anderson Stadium.
Augustine and Pat Barrow, Rev. and Mrs. Allison P. St. Mrs. Ken Herring TUESDAYAll

McCoy 'AFB, Orlando. Wetherby and children Scott, will be the hostess. Day Beach Activities
: Youth Contests, Fishing Tournament -
Greg, Bess, Jane and Bruce, Mrs. Jeff Scale president, Golf Tournament '
Weekend guests at the arrived Saturday from Home- will preside and all membersare 6:00
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. wood, Ill to spend three weeksat reminded to attend. P.M. Beauty Contest Sponsored by Flagler Womans Club.
Bradley, Espanola, were Mr. the home of Rev. and Mrs. 9:00: P.M. Fireworks at Flagler Beach Pier '_ Sponsored by

and Mrs. J. D. Seymour, New- Reynold Hoover, S. Central LEAVE FOR CAMP City of Flagler Beach.

berry, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ave., Flagler Beach. Rev. Wet. Junior Girls Auxiliary members 10:00 P.M. Teen Dance at Flagler eBaoh City Recreation Hall.
Hoffman and daughters herby will .be the guest min leaving for GA Camp at
Marsha and Lisa, Auburndale; ister at the Flagler Beech Lake Yale, Leesburg, June 26-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert' Bradleyand Methodist church Sunday, July 1, are aKren Allen, Carol
children Dicky, Glenn June 18 and 25. Harding Jannel Revels, Janet
and Diane, Oak Hill; Mrs. El- Perryman, Cherry Wadsworthand Flagler County Insurance
don Knight and daughters of Mission Board members of Barbara e w.rt.
Buiwell and Mr. and Mrs. H. St. Thomas Episcopal Church

C. Cobb. in Bunnell, report they have DORCAS CLASSENTERTAINED Agency Inc.
completed tiling the church ,
Walter and Laura Morris floor. The Improvement was Mrs. O. F. Alford entertain.
have as theft housegueste her made possible by doa dens, ed the Dorcas Class of the All Forms of Insurance
'brother and sister in law, Mr. members said. Bunnell First Baptist Church "
and Mn. Arthur Salt, Jr. and Monday afternoon at the 106 North Bay Streett tPlmse 437-3171

daofhtMS, Susan and Barba Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoiden church. The class adjourned Bum*!!, Florida 31010LlFEPIMAUT8CAJUAL
ra of Camby, Oregon and returned home Tuesday altera for the summer" months and
Laura's parents, Mr. and :Mrs.A. two weeks visit in Eliza- will resume their activities in TV IIOHDsii'
L. Salt of St. Petersburg. bethton, Tenn. September.


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Apprentice HarryF. From the Wakulla County
Kulcski Jr., USN, son of Mr. News. \ Quantity Right
and Mrs. Harry F. Kuleskl Sr. WE GIVE Reserved \ f
of Beach Florida took Dear Editor:
Flagler M E T 1"S **.

part in an amphibious assault The effect a daily newspaper
near the "demilitarized zone" and TOP Prices Good
a weekly paper has
(DMZ) which divides North on the mind is very subtle, Thurs., Fri., Sat.
and South Vietnam, while and in and
powerful molding Monday

USS serving Ozbourn.As aboard. the destroper character ality traits.and Same bulling as practic-person- VALUESTAMPS SUPER MARKET i June and 15 19, 16 196, 17*

part of an operation ing to become a musician,
named "Beau Charger", his dancer, art, or other profes- 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201

ship helped put a special sion.I .

landing force of U. S. Marines read the daily news papers

into the southern buffer area for 60 years, and I findI Florida Grade "A"
of the "DMZ), for a search am right back where I started Lean Delicious, Boston Butt '

and destroy sweep throughthe same old stuff over and
free zone Just south of the over again. Except for sport

Ben Hal River. The Marines news, on the wires is my only FRYERS 25 PORK
were landed by small boat as Interest in them.

well as by ,helicopter. 59
Not so with a good weekly Lb. Whole ROAST
The leathernecks who made newspaper. I take several of Lb.

the sweep are Marines of the them, of the editors
many are
First Battalion, Third Marine men of discriminative whole. Family Pkg. 5 Lb. Cutup1.79

Regiment, who first evacuatedthe some knowledge, deep think. \
South Vietnamese civilians ers and have the time for the

from the area before be efforts, to be a real benefit to

ginning the sweep. their community. Very few of Tender; Select. Lean Delicious

While "Beau Charger" was :them have some political ax ,
to grind, or want to slant the
from U. S.
underway, pilots
aircraft carriers in the South news !to sway the weak mind. BEEF PORK
China Sea and Tonkin Gulf

flew air strikes over the area, I was in a news stand the 49" 59 '(
and attacked indicated LIVER
targets other day, when a man came Lb. STEAKSLb.
by the ground forces be in and asked, the lady for .
low. 10 cents worth of BULL. She I
d-lm.( dlnnon OdeIena hrdh handed him the Local Daily



IN RECITAL trouble with the worldis

that there are too many CUBE STEAK.. Lb.... ...._...._...._...._........_...._... 89
Cherry Wadsworth and people who do not work.

Davey Solomon were participants ,, ,. : I ,
in a piano recital Mon '
day evening in Lake Helen '
presented by the students of IV THE CIRCUIT COURT FLAG- .ti'!

Friedman Studio. JERRY CIVIL LER COUNTY R.ACTION HALL, FLORIDA N.. GROUND BEEF 2'.........;',.it.,4.u,..c\. _...... 99p

' Plaintiff, ".. ,
Capital Pork I : Pig ,
v A 0 A T I NG, ABANDONING 6401 47th Street Sausage, Lb...... 49 e Bones, 5 Lbs......... 4 Lbs.........:_._... :, r I ,
ING AND DISCLAIMING ANY Tacoma, Washington 98U8 .
THE 1'UULIO IN AND TO A that a Complaint for Divorce
STRIP OP LAND ZK WIDE has been filed aganlst you, and
ALONG EACH Of TIIR SECTION you are required to serve a. copy
LINKS HOUNDING THE of your answer or pleading to
LANDS DESCRIBED.TO the complaint to the Plaintiff
WHOM IT ? : attorney LELAND B. SHAW, P. MEDR EGGS 3 99
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN O. Box 296, BunneU, Florida, and
that on 6 June 1967, In accor- fllo the original answer or Doz.
dance with Sections 836.09 and pleading In the office of the
336.10, Flagler Statutes 1965, Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
the Board of County Commissioners before the 17th day of July. 1967.
of Flagler County Florida If you fall to do so, an order of
adopted a Resolution vacating defaut will be taken against you .
Florida's Fine Granulated
abandoning I discontinuing for the relief demanded In the Flo-Cane ( )
renouncing and disclaimingany complaint.
right of the county and the DATED at Bunnell. Flagler '
public in and to the land or County, Florida this 9th day of
Interest there acquired by a gift June 1987.OEOROB. "
and reserved for a street alley II. MOODY
way, road or' highway purposes Clerk Circuit Court, Flag, S U GAR' '5Lb.Bag'47Limit
described as follows: ler County, Florida
A strip of land 26' wide along (Official Seal)
each of the section lines By Janice :Hurray ".
bounding the land described Deputy Clerk
as: Lots 1 to 3, both Inclusive LELAND B. SHAW
Block 1, and Lots 1 to P. O. Box 296 (1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order
10, both Inclusive, and 22 to Attorney for Plaintiff
25, both Inclusive, of Block Bunnell, Florida
2 of MacQueens Park, being June 15, 22, 29, July 6,-4tc. '
all of Lot 9 and part of Lot "King Size" BottlesCOCACOLA
8. Section 9, Townshln 14 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
, South Range 29 East, Flag m*
ler County Florida, according IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT FOR
to the plat thereof on FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA Six
file In the office of the Clerkof -
the Circuit Court for CIVIL ACTION No. 141 79
Flagler County, Florida In ROBERT C. HILL,
'* PUt Book 1 page 25. AND Plaintiff, PacksPlus ,
ALSO: The SH of Section 9 '
and the SH of the NH of HILL,
Section 9, Township 14 Defendant
South, Range 29 East, Flag. NOTICH OP !It'IT Deposit
let County, Florida, except TO: GLENNA HILL
that portion th known Present address unknown, Shurfine (Tall) .
an "MacQueen's 'ark", being Last known address:
all of Lot 9 and part of Lot 1523 East 66th Street, .
8. Section 9. Township 14 Brooklyn. New York
South, Range 29 East, according YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
to the plat thereofon that an action for divorce $
file In the office of the has been filed against you and CANNED MILK 7ca'sl
Clerk of the Circuit Courtof you are required to serve a copy
Flagler County, Florida, of your written defenses If any,
in Plat Book 1, Page 28, and to ft on LAWRENCE W BORNS.
reserved for road purposesIn Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address -
Warranty Deed from W. Is 412 North Halifax Ave- .
B. EDMINSTER to JOHN nue, P. O. Box 6217 Daytona
with of food
Limit ((7) purchase $5.00 order
MACQUEEN recorded Deed Beach Florida. and file the orig or more
Book 6. Page 146, Records of inal with the Clerk of the above-
Flagler County, Florida. styled Court on or before the
and renouncing and disclaimingany 17th day of July 1967 otherwise Frozen Foods
right of the county and the a. Judgment may be entered Dairy Items
public in and to a. strip of land against you for the relief demanded -
25 wide along each section line in the Complaint or Pe-
described aforesaid. tition. Crisp Fresh Big Scoop Kraft 16 Slice, 12 oz. pkg.
DATED this 12 day of WITNBflfl my hand and the Ice Milk American
June, A.D. lid?. seal of said Court on this 8th Celery 590 !!
(Court BeLl) day of June 1OT. 2 Stalks............. 29c lh Gl................. Cheese..i' e,
MON LER COUNTY.OF FLORIDA FLAG- (Court Seal as )Clerk of said Court U. S. No. 1 Winter Garden, 10 oz. Pillsbury (Buttermilk)

(s) GEOROE M. MOODY. cZIIhrlti't.' George M. Moody Irish Potatoes Strawberries Biscuits

ClerkJune IS Itc June 15., 22 dmwyp, 29, July ETAOI-4tc h 10 Lb. Bag......_. 4ge 2 Pk,.................. 15... Can................... : O C

Yellow Morton's Kraft (Fresh)

Bag Onions Meat Pies fOO Orange Juice

CRAIG FUNERAL HOME 3 Lb. Bag........... 33e 4 for. JL 1,4 Gal.I ................ 4ge

A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP


AW ORYti&NCO1QN With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of

D I LADY I EQUIPPED (2) Pan Ready Cut-wp $2 or more m Cosmetics $1.80 worth of
\ CHAPEL 1 AMBULANCES: Fryers or Dental Supplies Light Bulb

,r ID 7-332 Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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Somehow we never run Into
F.NTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the situation described so
t L KI.OltlDA. COUNTY.IN AND FOUFIjAOLKH lushly in bestsellers.HASTINGS .

CASE NO. 1S4 Vii A .
LUE11ANA HALL, :u: 'n- : -_.
1 ; Plaintiff

I i ; Jri / Defendant.
whose residence and addressare 710-12 Lemon St.
unknown Palatka! Florida
1 that an action for divorce Phone EA 5.9166
hal been filed against you. ana
I Furniture, Upholtering
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses. If any Repaired & Refinished
to it on Rob't H. Matthew Attorney
for Plaintiff whose address Mattresses & Box Springs
U P. O. Box 1495 109 Professional
Building, New Smyrna Made to Order, Also Renovated
RI Beach Florida and file the original Call Laura Morris 437-3233
with the Clerk of the above
\ styled court on or before the After 6:00 P. M.
% Y 10th of U6T otherwisea
!' rr tt day July. ;
I g// / judgment may be enteredaganst PRICES REASONABLE
you for the relief demanded /
in the Complaint. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
f WITNESS my hand and the Just as near as your
seal of said court 'on the 31st
r. day Of May,RtiED. 1367. rhone or Post Office
Clerk of the Circuit Drop Us a Card or Call

'I, County Court.: Bunnell.FloridaBy Flagler Free Pick-up & Delivery

aL Janice Murray
Deputy Clerk
June 8, 4tc.
t'L ROOM OF HER OWN-Striped and solid-colored: cotton sheets can be used decoratively
t'A create a little girl's room that a both handsome and practical.A canopy bed effect is achieved
green and white striped sheets lined with matador pink and attached to round ci

. :a f:: rods.New York.Detailed instructions available from Lady Pepperell, 111 West 40th St., New York, I' THE BEAUTIFUL and. PROGRESSIVE I


Term Insurance
*.. AWARDS IN TAMPASusie and Mrs. Carl Brup-
bacher and son Carl, Jr. of 1 Dedicated to dignity, service and economy. Lowest cost
i. For WW2 Vets
Peterson, Flagler
Port Charlotte, Fla., have by far In, the entire area on any service of your choice.
I' '. ,:L Beach, ,took top honors at the moved into the Maszk Apart
' Will Increase Drum Majorettes of America ments. Mr. Brupbacher is !the We invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.
contest In Tampa, June 10-11, new band director for Bunnell
!1> / _winnnig three trophies and
! ST. PETERSBURG Vet- High School. He replaces Mr.
five medals for baton twirl Addison Weber who moved to CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE

eranij still carrying their ing.She Missouri to reside.

World War II GI Term Insurance was awarded the Reg.

may discover in a few tonal Twirling Championship

* years that they cannot afford trophy; received first place
award for DMA twirling
i h,'Just when they may needit open
contest and was first runner-
moat'the ,Florida M. T. Dixon Department, Directorof of up in the Florida Miss Sun Looking Forward To

Veteran Affairs warns. and Fun Majorette,for 1967.
Susie the daughter of Mr.
Some 2.4 million World War and Mrs. Pete Peterson, Flag. .
II Veterans still have their ler Beach has won numerous You

term policies, and the Veterans awards and titles for her out. Serving e"' .
Administration is urg standing baton twirling. ; .
ing them to consider switching Debbie Sue Herr also participated .
ito permanent plans of In the DMA contest
Ihsurance, The VA offers sev. and received first place award

eral types of permanent In. for 'the 8 and 9 year old division

sufknce. \ for beginners solo compe .. ...
At present, the average premium tition.
' for a World War II vet. Debbie Suets the daughterof

!1 eran on $10,000 in Insurance Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Herr, i'r
!1 is $9.90 per month. In 20 Bunnell.

! years, It will jump to $39.70 '
' per month. THANK YOU
i Dixon stated after a veteran
I wish to express my heart
': converts to a permanent felt thanks to all my friends

policy the' premium remains' from the Flagler Beach Baptist .
Dixon advises that for information .
tist Church for their prayers, 1v k.x .
on your GI Insurance, flowers, cards, gifts and vis
to either write him at P. O. its during my stay at the Bun
Box 1437 St. Petersburg or nell General Hospital. Rev. 1Hall's
visit your local Veteran Coun visits
many were great. .
ty Service Officer, RaymondS. ly appreciated:

Smith. I also wish to tfiank the

Senior Citizens Club, Girls
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED? Auxiliary. for all their cards

What happens is not as important and gifts, and friends from

ow as what the people Flagler Beach, Bunnell and ,.
believe has happened. Daytona Beach who visited.A ;
special grateful thanks to r Wilbur Blackburn
Doctors Blanton and Canakaris -
O. F. ALFORD and their staff for their
wonderful care and kind servo '
Registered :I\ ,
ices.May : : :_:
Real, Estate Broker God bless' everyone of
)SwilL Florida Mrs. Marie Janlckl ''-
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\ AIRPORT Harold HigginbothamSERVICE


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4 ",
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ATTENDS HEALTH Participating NURSE CONFERENCE In a two-day f Tp01 or Plots... Urges Paving Of a r ..W.IiG

family-planning conferenceIn Save'Garden State Park Roads

Orlando, June 6.7 was Mrs.
Margaret Taylor of Bunnell, [ Hands Tf> TALLAHASSEE Those
public Health Nurse, Flagler
good roads within the boun-
County Health Department,
Bunnell. More than 100 representatives daries of Florida State Parksare

from state and generally the product of

county agencies attended the legislation sponsored by L. K.

two-day conference. Edwards, Jr., State! Senator
The conference was sponsored .3.
representing District 13. He
Jointly ,by the office of introduced SB 882 allocating r A

Gov. Claude Kirk, Division of state ,road department funds 4 t )
Economic Opportunity and for this purpose. ia 1
the Regional Office, U. S. Department
of Health, Educa The four-county area of

tion, and Welfare, lot1;nta. Senator Edwards' district,

DVEUTISBMEMTJIV Clay, Flagler, Putnam and c
LEGAL Marion, has the distinction of

TIIR CinCtflT COURT, SKVFVTH five state parks within its _
JUPICIAL CIRCUIT, borders Historic Bulow Plan-
COUNTY FLORIDA. tation Ruins; a hundred and i
Plaintiff, forty-five acre oceanfront recreation
VII. development at Flag
JACK OILMER.Defendant. ler Beach; the naturally beautiful
AMENDED NOTICE OF !CIT lake-studded Gold Head

TO: Jack Ollmer hundreds of popular camp
Residence UnknownYou sites; Magnolia Lake State Several engineering studentsat
are hereby required to file
with the Clerk of this Court your Park nearby, whose water BIRTHDAY DATA: the University pf Floridawere
answer to the Bill of Complaint sports are enjoyed by hun assured tth-
died herein against you In the Thursday: (today) Johnny continued .
above entitled cause on or before dreds each summer: and olarship help from the Florida

June 27, 1967, and serve a copy Washington Oaks Gardens Mlnton, Patrick Morrison.

Jr.thereof, Plaintiffs upon Walter attorney\ E. Foster herein,, State Park, 341 acres near Friday: Floyd Gossel, Donna Road Builders} Association
whose address Is 310 South THE PRICE of beauty is vlgi- Marineiand: hose unique when money to renew tpeirjscholarsip ';
Beach .Street Daytona Beach, lance.It is no longer necessary: to outcropping of rocks on its JC. Anderson.// fund for 1967 wastpresented
FJorl 4.FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is here- pa? for the treasures l of garden- Saturday: Wilda Hargett, the university. "ecejying -
ocean peach are a sharp contrast
by designated as, the newspaperIn Ine at a con of chapped ands with the wealth of Paul R. Vogel, Jr. the check (center). 14
which this order shall be pub- jred skin and broken nails. gorgeous Courtland Collier
lished once a .week for 4 con.secutive Experts on hand can,the Pac- plantings 'Jn the stylized Sunday: Ruth H' Arndt. # ., teaching associate '
weeks.HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE- qoin people, advise patting: hand settings devised by its Kaye Murray. in the from College Walter pf Engineering
FAULT WILL BE ENTERED cream on thickly) before you put northern Industrialist former Monday: Don Schleicher,
AGAINST TOU FOR SUCHFAILURE. on gloves Apply cream, generously owner. (right), Association presi
under, as well as around Beverly Hawkins, Etta. Peter dent. Looking on from the
Th nature of this suit Is a bill
for drvorce ,nails.. left is Jay Brown, chairmanjof
WITNESS my hand and seal Beautj Treat LEAVE FOR CAM Tuesday: Scott Wilder, Larry the Florida Road Board %who

at Florida Bunnell., this 2th Flagler day of County May, While you work, your hands Chuck Cowart, Ron ile Her Faunt. Was"guest speaker'at' a eec nt

19s M. get a easier beauty to treatment dean later.They'realso ring and Greg Crews left Mon Wednesday: Eugene ,Chris-:: banquet in Gainesville, hon
GEOl: Circuit Court. Hand creams for normal skin day for Leesburg to attend 'topher Clark, Altajane Cau- oring the nine young men wjioreceived
June 1..8-15-22-.tc.. extra dry skin, and a medicatesendured the Methodist Youth Rustic dill, Tommy Caudlll, Elaine scholarship 'ajd last

type Pagnia experts Camp for one week. Murray. year
bpped y
We Make for gardeners. From about 67 g ;i
up, they're at local drug stores

and cosmetic counters.BUNNELL ..,.. ....,.... t
Our Own Paint ----- '- '- .. .""---,,, '" -..- .

BUT DIRECTSAVEWilY PAY MORE GENERAL L'.i \"An3 what pray .. .t.

3 LATEX $5 ADMITTED: Jeanette Ber / ,': i \\ '

Interlor-Exterlojr tha,.Carol Johnson.Rlcky COM' .181676186-67616 1 ? j ;
Garner-Sanders and JfijflG ...
Free Choice of Coloring dy, f "
Allen, Bunnell; Betty Collins,'
Porch Trim & Deck Enamel
Ruth Collins, Kathy Jo Par-

1 Gallons $6984f rish, Flagler Beacch; Jack Ker r.I r.
All Colors sey, Hastings; Peggy Maloney I ;

Augusta, Ga. -
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OIL BASE FOR WOOD McAvoy, Lillian Hersey, Marie i ;
Janicki, H. Grady Lee, Helen -
R. V. YEOMANS Lytle, Angeles Mann, GeneralD.

0778020NATIONWIiE Woods, Jimmy Hayes,
FACTORY Elaine Welch, Charles Ton

438 !So.! U. S. 1 Hand Ave. kin, Nancy Renken, Kathy
Ormond Beach 9 to Bi30 Parrish and Virginia King. ,

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FOR SWIMMINGWater Mary Broadaway was NEWS
high scorer when !the Finesse SECOND HALFSCHEDULE
samples taken from Bridge Club met Monday evening By Leslie Poche You
Lake Neoga show //the waterIs at her'! home, N. Ander Know? SLOW
still safe for swimming.Test The Methodist Church, win
St Mrs. Joan Crews was
samples were taken June second son high. ner of !the first half, started Women Have PITCH LEAGUEFirst

6 by Gene Holly, Sanitation The group will meet next off the second half with a Thinner Skin game 7:15: p. m. Sec.
win the Bunnell Auto
Officer of the Flagler County over
week at the home of Mrs. ond game, 8:15 p. m.
Health Department. Althoughthe Bette McDaniel, 511 N. Pine Supply, 94. Hargett and Bow- Than
lake Is at a low level St. era had three hits each. H. Males( |}gIn June 15-Bunnell Auto Sup
samples reveal It safe for Emery had three hits for the ply vst Thriftway;' Methodist

bathing.The Auto Supply. In the second case :you didn't suspect it Church vs. Wadsworth. turnler .
all along, a woman Is thinner -,
lake will be checked Thrlftways of Flagler Beach ;) Co.June'.
in skinned than a man. Actually,
scored two runs the bottomof
and watched carefully until the feminine skin Is a,trine
-Trriftway vs.
the seventh to beat out just
the water level Is normal, and ii + ; thinner than the ma but the .
Lumber Co Bunnpll
Wadsworth Lumber Co 1110. Wadsworth ;
results of the tests will be an difference is measurable. '
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S Beasley drove In the winning Auto Supply vs. Methodist
nounced, Holly How To De Loved Church.
LICENSE run. Pitcher Ray Krutz had
Also measurable is the fact
DURING YOUR three hits and home
Subscribe to The Flagler one run. that the way a woman cares for June 22-Bunnell Auto Supply
Tribune BIRTH MONTH Richard' Yelvington,.had,.two her skin reveals whether she expects vs. Wadsworth' LumberCo
home runs and took over the to be loved.So says: psycho-
: Thriftway vs.
S2L50 per year in Advance leadership of the league with analyst and psychologist, Marjorie ,
who tells
Taggart Whites

I six.Big Ten Batters are: Mack why all attractive ages more skin self-confidence gives womenof June 27 Thriftway vs. \\Bun.

-- Yelvington, 688; Henry Panas, in a booklet "Skin Care Is More nell Auto Supply; Wadsworth
666; Henry Bowers, 645 r Jimmy Than Skin Deep." Lumber Co. vs. Methodist
i ON TIMECERTIFICATES Hargett, 612; Darrell Britt, The publication is free on request 'Church.
501 600; John Capo, 600; Hilton from the Pacquin Division,
Beasley, 582; Richard Yelvlng- Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., Dept. June Methodist Churchvs.
FB, 235 E., 42nd St., New York .
ton 580; Gary Cowart, 576 Bunnell Auto Supply Co;
and Metts 548. Wadsworth Lumber Co. vs.
VOLUXIA MINIMUM $3X300-90 DAYSCOUNTY The company recently: held a
BUNNELL vs. ORMOND skin care symposium, addressedby Thriftway.
RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY Dr. White,when a new rinse-
Saturday nite Bunnell's soft. off cold cream was introduced by July 5-Wadsworth LumberCo.
BANK ball players played the Jim Pacquin. V$. Bunnell Auto Supply;
Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada Methodist Church Thrift-
and Bob Softball team from Attraction vs.
iBig '
Ormond Beach Florida Ormond in a doubleheader way.
The natural goal of a women
The Bunnell boys dropped the
is feeling attractive to
: men, July 6-Bunnell Auto Sup
first game 164. The second states Dr. White. She points out,
game they played better ball however, that many women express ply vs. Thriftway; Methodist
and held their own with the serious emotional difficulties Church vs. Wadsworth Lum
powerful Jim & Bob. The score by hiding behind "makeup ber Co.July.
was tied 10 all in the fifth. masks," or reveal inner conflicts
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS through facial blemishes. 10-16-National Soft.
In the sixth and seventh the
( This psychoanalyst says, MA ball Week.
Ormond team bombed the wife, worried about losing her
FREE ESTIMATESCUSTOM local boys for 14 runs and husband to another woman may Slow Pitch Soft Boll Rules

won'the game 2410. turn her Jealous anger against ,
BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS 1. L. W. McMillan will be
Our boys played good' ball herself, by breaking out into a
.. BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES and the rash.A teenager may signal psychological ; Softball commissioner of the
competition was greatas ,
insecurity by neglecting league. A protest ,board will
; Hardwoods ,the boys were playing a rules of good skin care." -
Laminated, Plastic-Fine team that has played over 30 be headed by league commissioner

:' Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, games and have been playing Emotional Problems and including remaining .
together .for Dr. White adds, "If we saw a managers of teams not
50 Mile Radius years. wasting from hun concerned with
We have Jim & Bob scheduled person away a protested
ger at a table filled with delicious
Call Collect 437.3513 for this Saturday night for :food, we would say ,unhesitatingly game.

.-". -... .'" .. '. two games. at ,the Bunnell that such a person had a 2. Each team will play two
field. -- -- serious, emotional problem. games a week, until !the first

half of the schedule has been

I completed. The league will
., M play 18 games. The season
will end July 22nd. The winning

i, I "The GM team will play In North
Hugger"I Florida Sub-District Double

rr.r.ur Elimination Tournament July
-- --. 31 through August 5th,

: 3. Game time has been es.tabtlshed
for 7:15: p. m. and
I 8:30 p. m. A (team that cannot
field a ten man team will for.
felt the game. Team lineup
must be submitted to the
Chief Umpire ten minutes prior
to game time.

4. No more than four players .
of an offensive team will

be permitted inside the fenced .

area during play (batter,
v v n b o v nn nnv
vrovoroNVgJ1'rownAlvnnnnl/' on deck batter and the two

base coaches). Only one bat
t boy will be permitted inside
the fenced area; and then
only to retrieve a bat Managers
will be responsible for
the bat boy's safety.

,I 5. Each team can carry 17
The road hugging fun car from Chevrolet. players on their roster.

Lower wider and heavier than any other sportster at its price
6. Rained out will be
it rides solid and steady like a big car. games
, t re-scheduled at the close of
Yet it handles like a spirited sports car. Camarol 7 each half of the season. Winner .
( 4 of each half season will

: During the Camaro Pacesetter Sole: you get special savings play the best four out of seven
games, for the City Championship -
n on extra-spedal Camaro Sport Coupes and Convertibles. at the close of the

6 \ f'4: With whitewalls,wheel covers bumper guards wheel opening moldings ( : season.

; t'' body striping, deluxe steering wheel extra interior brightwork I 7. Winning team will receive

'1' ; ,t'; 41 and a husky two hundred and fifty-cubic-inch engine. I '. a trophy, also will re

I ;'I:'w:;:' '; 'J : And during the Sale you can get a sporty hood stripe' ,, .,,.\ ceive 1968. Batting localized Champ emblem will receive for

I; > and a floor shift for the 3-speed transmission at no extra costa \ a trophy. A (trophy for

i Compare Comoro. See your Chevrolet dealer now. v, : '.;::... the most improved high school
l, ': : .:.' .' I ''(Sale savings, too, on specially equipped half-ton Fleetside pickups Model CS 10934).. ) ,: :' player and sportsmanship.
." ., .1.. .,.; ., A "." Leslie Pache Director
.. \ ., Bunnell Recreational
.(t" Department.
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