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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Special Permit The Here June 28A

FlagUjr puri$ iagier Tribun public meeting will be

1 held at the Bunnell Courthouse .

at 8:00: p. m., Wednesday

Anniversary VOL 55 NO. 25 THURSDAY JUNE 22 1967 S1SO A YEAR June 28, to discuss the

possibility of establishing a

AMERICAN LEGION Bunnell's New ,BRADFORD BOWEN public hunt area In Flagler

County, according to HaroldW.
INSTALLS OFFICERS DIED FRIDAY
Ashley, Commissioner from
BEARD CONTEST Lev Brannam was installed Water Supply Bradford A Bowen, 84, 17 the Fifth District for:the Game
commander of the American N. 3rd St., Flagler Beach, pass.
,SLATED FOR, Legion Post 115 at a dinner. ed away, Friday, June 16 at and Fresh Water Fish Com
installation Monday night at Gets ApprovalThe 2:00: a. m. at the Bunnell Gen. mission.
SAT. JULY 1
the Bunnell Civic Center. Mrs. eral Hospital after ai lengthy Several large landownersare
Mr. Ray Zor Clean Shaven Victor Buckles, Fifth District City of Bunnell's new Illness. considering offering pore
City, USA, will be on hand to Commander was the install. waiter supply has been givenan Born In Dighton, Mass., he tlons of their lands to the
assist the Judges In selectingthe ing officer Mrs. Buckles was okay from !the Florida moved to Flagler Beach 17 Commission for public 'huntIng .
winners of the Fiftieth Anniversary assisted during the ceremonyby State Board of Health. Water years ago from Quincy, Mass. and other recreationaluses.
Beard Contest. Judg Fifth District Sergeant at samples taken from the recently He was a member of St. This proposal has met
ing of the 'bearded gents will Arms, Al Chamberlain, Daytona I drilled well were approved Stephens Catholic Church. with opposition from some local
be held during intermission Beach. for public use. Surviving are his wife, Katherine hunters therefore, the
of the Old Timers dance, Sat landowners and the Commission .
Other officers installed were Water superintendent, Gene ; three daughters, Miss
urday, July 7 at 9:30 p. m. Victor Buckles 1st vice commander Barber said today "the pumpis Gall Bowen Los, Angeles, have called the public
Judges for the event will be ; C. M. Miller, 2nd being Installed on the new Calif.; Mrs. Art Johnson Ja meeting.
Colonel R. P. Miner, St. Aug. vice commander; Mrs. Buck. well and should be operationby pan; Mrs. Paul Bennett Quincy Commissioner Ashley en
ustlne, James Tucker, Daytona les, Adjutant; Waltefl Morris, the first of next week." Mass; Five sons, Paul, courages all interested persons .
Beach and Ken Lueck,Daytona Finance Officer; Walter: Creal, The city will have three Sharon, Mass.; Bradford Jr., to attend so that their
Beach. Chaplain; Raymond Smith, view may be heard and dis
wells In operation, providing Hingham, Mass Wilbur, East
The whisker competition Is Service Officer and Duane residents with an ample sup. Bralntree Mass.; (Stanley, cussed.
open ito all residents of Flag Deer Sergeant at Arms. ply of water.PUBLIC Quincy, Mass.; and William
er County. Trophies will be Ralph Harbert was present. Berkley, Calif.; Twenty grandchildren -
awarded to winners In the ed a certificate for meritorious' INVITEDTO and six greatgrand
following categories: best design service to Post 115. Floyd Hurl' children.
; longest and funniest received a service certificate OPEN HOUSE Mass was held Tuesday at
beards. Contestants are requlr- as commander of the post for 10:00: a m. at St Stephens
eded to register, and may do 196667. Open House for the publicto Catholic Church Bunnell. The ".
so Saturday night at the In observance of the county's view the new SpaceportArea Rev. Father Diego Canassa of
Tuberculosis and Respiratory
dance. fiftieth anniversary celebration Disease Association ficiated. Interment followed at
Walter Morris will serve as Post 115 will erect a headquarters building at 412 St Marys Cemetery, Korona.
,Master of Ceremonies for. plaque on the courthouse Pallbearers
South Palmetto Ave., Daytona were George
the contest grounds In memory of the Beach, will be held at 2:30: p. Wickline, George M. Moody,
Flagler veterans who lost their m. on Sunday, June 25th. Elmer Slaugh Tony Kahlart
OLD TIMERS DANCE lives In the service of
their Mayor Owen Eubank will cut and R. L. McNab.

BIG EVENT OF country. the ribbon to the new build Craig Funeral Home, Bun
CELEBRATIONMemberJ Sixty members and guests ing. Lorne P. Cottrill, brotherof nell, was In. charge of ar
attended. the late M. Edwin Cottrill rangements.
of the Idlewoodand will unveil a plaque and the
Country Clubs will join MOTHER OF FERRIS Rev. Ben Rider, President of HOSPITAL NOTES
in the spirit of the Fiftieth SOLOMON DIES IN the Halifax Ministerial Association .
Anniversary and dress In the will conduct the dedication ADMITTED: Beulah Allen ,
fashion of the good old days, BROXTON GEORGIA services in memory of Rose Marie Allen, Bunnell; n f

for'the Old,T1mers.,. ance.th. -+.: Mr .'.1Jlll& lomon .mothro1" dvlnand.; .Jessie K. Cott. Ce., ilThacker' .Margaret Wells,'
two'clubs' are' sponsoring. 'Solomoa'ofBnn'; r111.. ... : Joan garish. and Ann Fuller,
of Ferris il
Flagler' Beach
Although the dance Is an informal Funds used for constructionof ; Sophronia
died suddenly Wednesday Joiner, John Henry Mercer
come as you like affair the new building were left AIRMAN SECOND CLASS
the hostesses will wear morning in Broxton, Ga the Volusia County Tuberculosis 'and Susan Lansaw, Ormond
the old fashioned attire.It Mr. and Mrs. Solomon were and Health Association, Augustine.Beach; Marjorie Stuckey, St. JOHN A. BROWN'

is hoped that everyone visiting in Broxton at the time which became the SpaceportArea John A Brown, son of Mr.
young and old will come and of his mothers death. They Tuberculosis and Respi DISMISSED: Charles Williams -
Join In the fun of the community will remain for the funeral ratory Disease Associationwith Jesse Rice, Helen Nolte, and Mrs. Averley Brown of
dance to be held In services. the merger of Brevard, Ricky Cody, Jack Abbott, Nel Bunnell, Florida, has been
the hanger at the Bunnell Flagler and Volusia Countieson lie Tinker, Edna Lehr, Jeanette promoted to airman second

Arport, Saturday night, July SIXTY GIRLS WANTED April 11, 1966. Bertha, Carol Johnson; class In the U. S. Air Force.
Nell Allen, Ruth Collins Virginia
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1 from 8:30 !to 12:30: : Girls and sponsors are needed The new building at 412 King and Stella Zalew- Airman Brown is a refrigeration
Tickets may !be purchasedIn South Palmetto Avenue, Daytona
to form a Girls Youth Softball ski. and air conditioning
advance from any memberor Beach will serve as the specialist at'Orlando AFB
the Western Auto Store. League, Leslie Pache: headquarters office of the GOSPEL SERVICES Florida He Is a member of the
They can also be purchasedat Bunnell Recreation Director area association. A branch office Military Airlift Command
the dance. Tickets are $1.00. said today. will contnue to ,be maintained CONDUCTED which operates a global airlift
All girls, Interested in ,play. at 18.19 Orange Street, Gospel services are being system for U. S. forces employing
BROCHURES READY ing Softball are asked to meet Cocoa. held in the Haw Creek Com more than 1,000 modem .
Tewnty-flve thousand four. at Bulldog Stadium, Friday, The Peninsula Club Juniorsof munity Center each, Sunday, aircraft.
color brouchures to be distributed June 23 at 7 p. m.A league Daytona Beach and the Tuesday and Thursday at The airman, a 1961 graduateof
by the Chamber of will be formed at this time. Junior Womens Club of Bre 7:45 p. In.Services. Sherman High School, Seth,
Commerce advertising Flag The league will be affiliated vard will act as hostesses. conducted by E. W. Va., attended Daytona
lyer County, are due to arrive with the Florida Amateur Open house will continue until Kelly and C. Castleberry are Beach Junior College and
July 1st a chamber spokes. Softball Assn., accordng to 5:30 p.m.The public is cordially nondenomlnatlonal. Mary Karl Vocational School,
man said today. Pache. Invited to attend. Everyone Is invited. Daytona Beach.P. .




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Otis and Ann Hunter and Mrs. Bess Estes, Flagler

children and Ruth Hunter left Beach, has as ''her houseguestsher

Saturday for a week's vacation sister and brother in law,
in North Carolina and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Adamsof m

Tennessee. Waco, Texas.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig left Weekend visitors at the ,'.r::' !
Thursday for a two weeks visit home of Mr. and M1'8..Il L. fk/!:
Harris Mr. and Mrs. Dar- :
in Arkansas with relatives.i were J?
i nell Butler and sons David

and Steve, Lakeland and Mr. ... .
Roger Lange ol St. Augus !A4i
tine visited here last week and Mrs. Philip Whitely and Miss Elizabeth Lynn BourneMr. "

son, Michael of St Augustine.
with his cousin, John Cook.
and Mrs. Lee Bourne,
901 S. Daytona Ave., Flagler p I __
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Visiting here Sunday with _
Dale and Rosemary Brown Beach, announce the engage
have as their houseguests, :Mrs. Grace Wray were her ment of their daughter, Eliz

Dr. and Mrs. Arno Damerow daughters and families, Mr. abeth Lynn, to Dannie Earl r ._
and children 0 f Hopkins, and Mrs. Marvin Greshamand Z
Frailey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Minn. daughters of Gainesvilleand Henry Shill, 100 7th St., Flag- .
Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford
ler Beach.
and of Jacksonville.Levi .
sons
Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Park. Miss Bourne was graduated

er and son Tony, have return. from Bunnell High School in
ed from a two weeks trip to Brannam, and son 1966 where she was active In :
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the.World's Fair in Montreal, James Alan and Benton many extra-curriculum activities

Canada. Enroute and on their Elsenbach left Friday for and was valedictorian of

return trip, they visited In Vi. Maggie Valley, N. C. where her class. She will completeher Y

enna, Va. with their son and they will vacation for a week. training as a certified laboratory .

doughter in law:Mr. and Mrs. They will park the Brannam assistant at Halifax : '
vacation trailer in the valley .: .
Michael Parker.Mr i "
where it will be used by mem- Hospital in July. ',.,....; .. ::. .

bers of the family during the Mr Frailey was graduatedfrom '?.t.:",' ." ',"' :)Ih
and Mrs. Bill Cumminsand Bunnell High School I
months.
summer I
daughters, Wendy and where he was selected to at "
Terry,' spent the weekend visiting tend the American Legion .
Recent guests of Mr. and ",
in Miami with her mother State. He graduated from
Boy's
Mrs. John Rice were her son
Mrs. Elizabeth Hoff. Baech Junior Collegeand
and daughter in law, Mr. and Daytona
Unlversty of Florida witha
Mrs. Norman L. Cockman of
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Church BS degree in Forestry. He
Beach Va. and her
and daughter, Linda, are va Virginia was president of the Universi ; jAy jAyPhoto
and In law Mr. %
daughter son ,
cationing: in North Carolina. and ty's Forestry Club, the Cooperative Sera
and Mrs. Eddie Strock
f of Hill. Living Organizationand by Theo C Helm
Robert and Leslie Cook and family Holly was affiliated with Alpha
Steven The marriage of Miss Carol Linda Church kept the bride's
of Gainesville
son Zeta Fraternity. He is employed
Friends of Mr. Webb Brooks Elaine Ford, Bunnell, and book.
spent Sunday here with his by Union Camp Co. in Da-
parents, Bob and Evelyn Cook. will be sorry to learn he is a rien, Ga. Thomas Francis Stuckey was Among the out of, town
patient at Lake City Veterans The wedding will be an June 2 at the First Baptist guests were the bride's grand-

Trudy Hall, daughter of Hospital. event of August 5 at four o' Church of Bunnell. mothers, Mrs. J. C. Ford, Sr.

Mr.o and Mrs. Victor Hall, Ko- clock at the Flagler Beach The bride is the daughterof Palatka and Mrs. Moe Terrell,

rona, is spending the summer Wilfred and Wanelle Hunter Methodist Church. No Invita Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ford,. Melrose; Jimmy Teters; Or-

months in Augusta, Ga. with are vacationing this week tlons are being sent, but all Bunnell, and her husband is mond, Beach; :Mr. C. W. Jor-

Mrs Millie Sanders. in North Carolina. friends of the couple are in (the son of Mrs. Lillian Arnold, dan and daughters, Jackie,
vited. Flagler Beach, and Mr. Lewis and Jan, Palatka, ; Mr. and
-- Stuckey also of Flagler Mrs. Terry .White, Gaines-

Beach. ville; Mr .and Mrs. J. C. Ford,
Mildred Rockett
Flagler
Flagler County Insurance Beach, left Wednesday for Reverend Charles Anders Jr. and family, Palatka; Mr.
performed the double ring and Mrs. Thomas MInchewand
Ocean City, N. J., for a visit
with relatives. She will also ceremony. Miss Barbara Field, Mrs. Hazel Stuckey of

Agency Inc. ,visit her son, Stuart, in Cape Flagler Beach, was organistand Daytona Beach.
May, N. J., who is stationed soloist. After a short wedding trip,

there with the U.S. Coast Escorted by her father, the they are residing at 1205 S.
All Forms of Insurance Guard. bride wore a white satin gown Central Ave., Flagler Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert John. fashioned with a bouffant
105 North Bay Street .:. Phone 437-3171 skirt trimmed with RIRTHPAY
ston and daughters, Patti and chantilly DATA
Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY Carol, Mt Morris, Ill., are vis lace motifs. The chantilly Happy birthday
iting at Flagler Beach for lace bodice had a scalloped to:

BONDS two weeks with his parents, neckline and long sleeves. Today-Robin Lori Danner

Mr.. and Mrs. Alex Johnston. Her fingertip veil fell from a and Paul Stanish.
cluster of lace petals and seed Friday-Harold Jones.

Mrs. Hal Ashley and child. pearls. She carried a nosegayof Saturday-Jim Moore and

THE BEAUTIFUL and ren of Miami arrived Thursday white carnations and a Irma Deen.
PROGRESSIVE '
Sunday-Eleanor Shill, JoanM.
for a visit with her par. white orchid.
nts Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wellsof Will, Leona Ann Durrance,
Miss Charlotte Peele, Naples
ROBERT l.
HANNAH
Flagler Beach. Fla., was the maid of Jimmy Vogel, Mike McMillan,
Kay Perryman.
FUNERAL HOMES honor. Bridesmaid was Miss
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johns, Theresa Arnold, sister of the Monday-Roger Lee Good

Dedicated to dignity, service and economy. Lowest cost 135 Avalon, Flagler Beach, groom. She wore a blue satin win, Phyllis McNItt.

by far In the entire area on any service of your choice. have as their housegueststheir gown enhanced with emboss. ant Wednesday-Gregory, Celeva Wigle, Valerie Bry
in law and
son daughter ed roses. Their flowers were
We invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.U. Rev. and Mrs. Ellis Turn. cascade bouquets of yellow Vogel.

er and sons Larry and< Stevenof carnations.
S. HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH Lake RECEIVES DEGREE
City and their
grand
CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE daughter, Susan Holderman Alvin Missinne, Flagler John Wilson Tanner, Jr.,
Beach, was best man and
of Sarasota.Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
ushers were Walter Holmes, Ramsey, Bunnell, received a

Leona Flagler Beach and Steve Williams JD (Juri Doctor) degree from
Knight returned
Bunnell. the College of Law, Universityof
home
Monday from a. two
AIRPORTSKATING weeks There was a reception Florida.
trip to San Franciscoand
Hawaii. The planned tour afterward at the Bunnell Civic John received his degree at
Center. Mrs. directed the end of the
was for Shrine members and Harry Stuckey spring trimester -

their families and :travel was the serving and Miss Tuesday, June 20.When .
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i YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE VI .. JUNE 22, 1967
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'. that an action for divorce

JCIjr fflaijUr' arthunrINCORPORATED has been filed against you the u .. .
Defendant and you are required .A ,
t6 serve copy of your written .4A.Y
defenses, if any to It. on the C E
BUNNELL. FLORIDA Plaintiff attorney, whole name C G. C.'s "Boneless Bar-B-Qued"
and address Is: -
WILLIAM. JUDGE ,'
US South Palmetto Avenue 4Dacw.tNe,,

LEN WILSON I and Daytona file the original with 32014 the Pork Roast

Editor and publisher: Clerk of the above styled Court
on or before the 24th day of
BETTE $. DANIEL July. A.D. 1967 otherwise a ,
News Editor judgment may be entered
against you for the relief demanded -
tition. In the Complaint or Pe- lb. 98

Designated D ".p.pe" for all WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court on the 18th
Legal Adr rtfUc day of June. A.D. 1967.GEORGE .
M. MOODY .
Clerk Circuit Court of
Entered as second rlass 'matter Flagler County, Florida
U. S. D. A. Choice '
By /s/ Janice Murray .
February 8. 1913, si the poatotilce As Deputy Clerk

at Bunnell florid 1 *, under June 22. 39, July 8. 13-4tc. SIRLOIN I
Act of March J. 1876. .
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT STEAKS 9S

One Year, ...__._\,.-:--h.50: or TBONELean III.

Sit Month* ..._..__---i1.2S Itf TilE CIRCUIT COURT SEV-
riXTII JUDICIAL CIIICUIT OF
FLORIDA, IV AND FOR
FLARLKH COUNTY. Fresh
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN CASE NO. 134 DIV. A L ,

rim CIRCUIT COURT, SRVRNT1I LUEIIANA PlaIntiff HALL, $


IV COUNTY AND JUDICIAL FLOIIIOA.M.FOIL QILMEH.Plaintiff. FLAGLEK CIRCUIT, -W. T. HALL NOTICE Defendant., OF SUIT GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. ,159

MARGARET TO: W. T. HALL
whose residence and address

JACK GILMER Defendant.. YOU are ARE unknown HEREBY NOTIFIED Copeland's SMOKED ((4-6 lb. Avg.) SLICED; ,FREEPICNICS.

SUIT that an action for divorce
NOTICH OF
IN AMENDED THB OF THE STATEOF has been filed against you, and
NAME you are required to serve a copy
TO: Jack Gilmer: of your written defenses If any, f lb. 41
to it .
Residence Unknown on Rob't H. Matthews. At- :;
You are hereby required to file torney for Plaintiff, whose address .
,
with the Clerk of this is P. O. Box 1495. 109 Professional :
Complaint Building, New Smyrna
answer to the Bill of
riled herein against you In the Beach, Florida, and file the original
with the Clerk of the above
entitled before \ ,
above cause on or
June 27, 1967, and serve a copy styled court on or before the Copeland's' "ALL MEAT" SLICED Streak O'Lean '
thereof upon Walter E. Foster, 10th day of July, 1967: otherwisea
Jr., Plaintiff's attorney herein, Judgment may be entered
whose address Is 310 South aganst you for the relief demanded BOLOGNA WHITE BACON
Reach Street Daytona Beach, in the Complaint.
Florida. WITNESS my hand and the
FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is here- seal of said court on the 31st 1 lb. lb. 4ft
by designated as the newspaper day of May, A. D. 1967. 7C
Sliced Free .,
In which this order shall be pub GEORGE At MOODY Cello Pkg. ,
lished once a week for 4 con Clerk of the Circuit \
secutive weeks. Court. Bunnell Flagle
HBI\EIN FAIL NOT OR A DEFAULT County, Florida

AGAINST WILL YOU BE FOR ENTERED SUCH By Janice Deputy Murray Clerk Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2V2 lb. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER

FAILURE.Th June 8. 4te.
nature of this cult Is a bill
for divorce. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

at WITNESS Bunnell, my... :rea'County seal lb. 31
flff.lda. this 26th day of May, ix: TUB CIRCUIT COURT FLAG.
LEn COUNTY. FLOIIIDA
GEORGE M. MOODY CIVIL ACTION No. r'I
Clerk, Circuit Court. JERRY R. HALL,
June 1-8-U.2-Hc. Plaintiff VI. ,

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT CAROL ANNE HALL,


i.v: FLAULER THE nncriT COUNTY: coUnT FLORIDA. FOR TO: CAROL Defendant 6401 47th NOTICE ANNE Street HALL Lean CENTER Western CUT PORK CHOPS ib................................... I

Court West
CIVIL ACTION NO. ... Tacoma, Washington 08466
LELAND 'ROBBS '-. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Plaintiff. that a Complaint for Divorce Salad Dressing Quart Jar
v. has. been filed aganist you, and ",
GLORIA ROBES, you are required to serve a copy Ea OUR VALUESHORTENING
Defendant. of your answer or pleading to MIRACLE WHIP 590
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT- the complaint to the Plaintiff's
NO PIlOrEUTY attorney LELAND B. SHAW, P.
To: O. Box 296, Bunnell. Florida, and No. 2% Can
GLORIA ROBBS file the original answer or O'Sage
207 Elm Street pleading In; the office of the For
Ithaca, New York. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or PEACHES 4 'I00
before the 17th day of July. 1967. 3lb. 4ge
If you fall to do so, an order of

CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING. for defaut the will relief be taken demanded against in you the Ass't. Flavors 46 oz. Can
complaint Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
DATED at Bunnell. Pie glee HAWAIIAN For $100Kraft
PUNCH
June County, Florida this 9th day of 3
1967.
GEORGE M. MOODY Bottle
Clerk Circuit Court, Flag 18 oz.
ler County, Florida ."
(Official SaJ) BAR-B.Q Each KRAFTORANGE
By Janice Murray SAUCE 3ge
Deputy Clerk
RATE-4c per word. Minimum LELAND B. SHAW:

charge per issue SI.00. Attorney P. O. Box for 296 Plaintiff New "PAN-O-FIRE" JUICE

Bunnell. Florida Charcoal For
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain June U, %2, 29, July ',-4tc. LIGHTER 3 45e
Quart
fields Installed; Rota-Boter
LEGAL
ADVERTISEMENT
snail shell Reasonable prices. 25
Bottle
Call George Jarosz 437-S410 iv Tim niiciiiT COURT FOR
8-1-tf FLAGLEIl. COUNTY. FLORIDA NESCAFE INSTANTCOFFEE ,

CIVIL ACTION No. HI
WANTED: Will buy LIVE ROBERT C. HILL,
Rattlesnakes Coral Snakes Plaintiff, FROZEN FOODS -

and large moccasins. Moody's GLDNNA'lULL,

Shop, I dIe s o n Defendant 6
Taxidermy NOTICE OF !linT oz. 6ge Frosty Acres 6 oz. Can
Building. Ph. 437.3989, Bob TO: OLBNNA HILL Jar

Moody. 4tp 6.15.22.29.7.6 Present known address address unknown.Lut LEMONADE Each
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1611 Bast 66th Street Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Three bedroom, 2 bath house Brooklyn. New York.
Lot 200'x370'. Small YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI- -
furnished. ED that an action for divorce Foremost VzGal. Carton
lake, access to Inland Water has been filed against you and
Includes boat, motor you are required to serve a copy FRESH PRODUCE Each
way. of your written defenses, ICE CREAM 690
dock and tools. Price $13,500. to It on LAWRENCE W. BORN,
17th St. & Attorney for Plaintiff, whose ad-
H. E. Jones, corner dress Is 412 North Halifax Avenue U. S. No.1OKJA.

South Daytona Ave P. O. Box 5217, Daytona lb.
2 tp-June 22.29 Beach, Florida. and file the original RED & WHITE
290
with the Clerk of the above-
styled Court on or before the .
FOR RENT-Two bedroom 17th day of July, lv 7. otherwisea
CBS house. Garage Patio and Judgment may be entered Tender SweetCORN DETERGENTGiant
against you for the relief demanded -
Cental Heat, $80.00 per in the Complaint or Pe- Ears
moath. Contact William Lensa ttito 6 290
WITNBM my hand and the -
n, Von Bulow Ranch. Phone seal of said Court on this 8th ...
day of IiEORlW.M. U. S. No.1POTATOES
,l-VTl. 2te-June 22-29 ( MOODYas

Clerk of said Court Lbs. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
? OF SALE OR RENT- (Court Seal) 10 490
On Deen Road. Contact C. F. /s/ George M. Moody .
cZ shrdllshr ,1IIIIttb.> 437.3<<58. June 2229 June 122, tiN July ...4tc

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i FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUR& JUNE 22, 1967 MRS. DEEN ELECTED FRIENDLY CIRCLEENTERTAINED

i PRES. OF IDLEWOOD ,
'
Mrs. W. W. Deen was elected Mrs. Ray Mercer and Mrs.
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,
president of the Idlewood Ken Herring entertained
Quantity Rights Club last Wednesday night at members of the Friendly Clr
s WE GIVE Reserved the Deen home, Moody Blvd. cle Thursday evening at the
Other officers elected were: Mercer home, N. Anderson St.
METTSSUPER Vice-Presdent, Mrs. Don Moore Mrs. Jeff Seale, president,
TOP PricsboodVALUE : and Secretary, Mrs Gordon presided during the business
,Shields. meeting. Mrs. W. W. Deen
Thurs., Fri., Sat. Mrs. Louis Stefllk, presided gave the devotional "Do You
and Monday, during the business session Know Your Shepherd?"
MARKET June 22, 23, 24 Members were asked to meet Members voted to purchase
STAMPS and 26, 1967- at the airport Thursday, June altar cloths for the church.
29 at 7:30: p. m. !to decoratefor
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201 PLAY
the Old Timers dance. The SCHEDULED
dance, sponsored by the Idle-
AT BHS
ARMOUR STAR" wood Club and Country Club, "Bettei' B FRIDAY be
will be an event of 1.
July presented by the students

CHUCK ROAST Lb..............'. .....:................ 49- following Mrs. been chairmen appointed for the the participating 1m the BHS Summer .
I .:... Program Friday, June 23
I" '' ensuing year: Playground, at 2 p. m. in the school audi
\ ,,k '"" Mrs. Buddy Chambers Social,
ARMOUR STARCHUCK ; torium. The play is under the
Mrs. Dale Brown; Chaplain, direction of Mrs. Laura Morris
Mrs. Dave Perryman and Publicity dramatics Instructor.
STEAK Lb.:..;._.... ..;..=,..._............. 59- Mrs. Martin McDaniel. Members of the cast are
I, Members will meet at the Elaine Skolar, Chip Brooks,

ARMOUR STAR (Round Bone) )f ,i !'I, ', Idlehours Playground Saturday Gary Harris, Vivian Arnold,
morning between 9 and
Wally Wilkins, Paul Klwala,
: L 12 for a workday.The Gloria Bass, Karen Allen, Carol .

SHOIJIDER ROAST Lb............ : ......_ ..:......... 59 hostess served a salad Hardin, Mona Wethering
: course to eight members pres. ton, Elaine Weeks and Helene

ARMOUR STARSMOKED .'. .: ent.The Bryan.
"I. club adjourned for the
; summer months and will meet FILMS TO BE SHOWN

PICNICS 0/'Lb..!: ;: :........_......... 39 In September. Films will be shown in the
BHS auditorium Monday and
ATTEND SEMINARMrs. Wednesday afternoons at 1:30p. :
FLORIDA GRADE "A" (Family Pkg.) .(' rf '.. I m., according to Mrs. Laura
Melba Brannam and
,'f"! Morris summer recreation In.

FRYERS 5 Lb. Bag".r'.. ._, $179 Mrs.seminar Marcella conducted Hall attendeda by the structor.
"" "'"'''''''''' AH children participating In
National Cash Register Com the .
summer program are invited
in Jacksonville
I pany Tuesday
World's Best Tender Select* night ,at the Thunderbird Res.

Ground Beef Beef Liver, ''" taurant. LITTLE LEAGUE SCORES

.. 2 Lbs............:......................... 19 e Lb......_.............................._... 49 ef' COFFEE FETES VISITOR The Cardinals beat the, Orioles
9.2 In a game June 12.
Lean Meaty, I Lean Meaty Mrs. Allison Weatherby was In last Thursday's game the
1 guest of honor at a coffee Yankees defeated .
the Cardinals
1 Pork Neck Bones, $I00 Spare Ribs ,,.' : 59 Thursday morning at the 17.1 and the Orioles trimmed .

5 Lbs.. .. .............................. Lb..,..-......:.:,..... _............_... e home of Mrs. William Givens, the Yankees 4.2 in a battle .
Venice Park Mrs. Givens was last Monday afternoon at
ARMOUR Shortening assisted by Mrs. Lyman Gage. the school field.
Invited guests attending were
Mrs. Mae Hendren, Mrs. BUNNELL SLOW PITCH
Louise Homes, Mrs. Alex 2nd HALF STANDING
Johnson, Mrs. Robert Johnston WL

VEGETOLE 3 Lb. Tin 49Limit Mrs. Keith Lovell, Mrs. Bunnell Methodist........... 2 0
Leonard Johnson, Mrs. Oscar Wadsworth Lumber........ 1 1
Meiss, Mrs. Ira Long, Mrs. Hal Thrlftway ............................ 2 1
Jordan, Mrs. Bernie Wilson, Bunnell Auto Supply........ 0 3
((1) with purchase, of $5.00 or more food order Mrs. Roger Hoose and Mrs.
,', Mrs. Vernon Raymond.
MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds) -
O. F. ALFORD
CARD OF THANKS
In the loss of our son Charleswe Registered
have been comforted and Real] Estate BrokerBunnelL
COFFEE 49Limit
Lb. Tin faith sustained and the by our many Christian expressions FloridaROY'S

of love and concern to A IA
us.
(1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order The response to our desireto
have a lasting memorialfor
MONOGRAM (Long Grain) our son has been over.
whelming. We have long STEAM CLEANING SERVICE
', : 'i. dreamed of a new educational MOBILE HOMES
wing for our church becausewe TILE HOOFS and SIDINGS
R ICE 3 Lb. Bag 2S feel that especially the Guaranteed AIR CONDITIONERS to Kill Sllldew

young people would be drawnto CARPENTER and PAINTING
participate in the activities CALL AFTER 6iOO P.M.
that would bring them closerto MR. R. BOND. Bunnell

Limit ((2) Bags with purchase of $5.00 or more food order God. Your gifts have helped Phone 437-3737
to bring this closer to re
ality, and they Kraft 10 oz. Morton's (Plain or Iodized) appreciated.We 'r _'" .. .. .
Grape Jelly ; shall always treasurethe HASTINGS MATTRESS
$100i
4 Jars .................'............... SALT many as been ways expressed your to sympathy us. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

Apple Jelly $g00j Becky and George Clegg 710-12 Lemon St

i j 5 Jars ........:..............v.' ........... Palatka, Florida

Alcoa (Reg.) ..' 26 Oz. HELP WANTED: AMBITIOUS i Phone EA 5.9166
Aluminum, 18 a* MAN OR WOMAN full or Furniture Upholtering
Reg. Roll................................ ,,., spare time. Supply Rawleigh Repaired & Refinished
Kraft 32 oz. Box Ea.Limit famous products In Flagler Mattresses & Box Springs'Made
Co. or Bunnell. Can earn $125 to Order. Also Renovated

rdzljav: : ......,........................ 59 e (1) Please per Rt. week.2, Box See 221 Ethel, Palatka M. Gore, or, Call Laura Morris 437-3233

write Rawleigh, FLF-360.1124 After 6:00 P. M.
Memphis, Tenn. PRICES REASONABLE

Produce Dairy Items Frozen Foods 4tp 6.8 6.22, 7-6-7-20 BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
Just
Used as near as your
39 inch rollaway bed
Golden Yellow Pillsbury's (Buttermilk) HALF with cyan Inner spring mat. Phone or Post Office
Bananas Biscuit, GALLONLb tress, $14.50. Jerry's Furniture Drop Us a Card or Call

..........:............ fOe Can.............---...... fOe i & Appliances, Old Dixie Hwy., Free Pickup & Delivery
Fresh Fresh ICE 2 miles S. Korona. Itc22

String Beans, Orange Juice, ...

Lb....................... 1ge 1/2 Gal.---.. 4fte MILK
Yellow Table Ready lf i llllllllllill- -IIIII I :'-1' '1111- 11'1101''- -'"I''! I 1 ,'"


Squash Lb........,............... 17 e Two Solid Lbs.Oleo...,......... 3'lc 5ge rre 50 I ON TIME

50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE /0 CERTIFICATESMINIMUM

TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VOLUI'A 31M%-M BAYS
With Purchase of WIth Purchase of With Purchase of NATIONALBANK COUNTY RENEWABLE: AUTOMATICALLY4THE
3 Lb
((2) Pan Ready Cutup (1) Twin Pkc. Everfreeh : Bag
: :, Fryers (Fla. Grade "A h) Potate Chi. OnIOns Ph. $7.N17 1ft W. .......

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