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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 55 NO. 21 THURSDAY. JULY 6. 1967, $3.50 A TEAR I S





e. Flagler 50th Anniversary Celebration :




Attracts Several Thousand To 4-Day EventDelores :\


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Thousands of visitors packed
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WINNERS OF CONTESTS Bunnell and Flagler Beach to
Deen ConservationLaws join the residents in celebrat

RECEIVE AWARDS ing the Fiftieth Anniversaryof

Miss Fiftieth r Passed Flagler County. Large
;.::,' Trophies were awarded to crowds attended the fun-filled
i the winners of the beard contest special events scheduled for

Anniversary during intermission of!the Effect FlaglerSeveral the four day celebration despIte
Miss 50th Anniversary beauty the Inclement weather.A .

contest Tuesday evening at spectacular fireworks dis
Miss Delores Deen a sta. Flagler Beach. Louis Stefllk, laws passed by the play Tuesday night markedthe

tusque Bunnell lass, was chairman of the beard competition 1967 session of the Florida end of the fitting obser
crowned Miss Fiftieth Anniversary Legislature have now become
presented awards to vance.A .
at the Beauty Pageant Roy L. McNab for the long. effective and are of concernto record crowd attended the
evening. Miss Deen residents of Flagler
Tuesday
est beard; Gene Bowers, the many barbeque Saturday afternoon
also holds the title of "Miss county. Among the new laws
best designed and Jack Hall, at the Bunnell airport one of
Delores DeeD Potato Blossom" and was passed is one making it unlawful -
'the funniest Second place the first events of the celebra
FLAGLER TRIBUNE sponsored by the Flagler to cut, harvest or re
winners were Tom Lenssen, tion. About 1250 dinners were
Miss Abra from beach shoreof
Tribune. Sharyn move any or
longest beard; P. A. (Zip) Ed- served by members of' theCattlemen's
'I ham, Flagler Beach was first this state and from the
monson, best and Association.
FIRST RUNNERUP .runnerup for ithe crown and designed area immediately adjacent
gathered near
Red Lewis funniest. Spectators
Miss Missinne thereto for distance of two
Peggy Flaglef a
the runways ait the airfield for
}: Beach was second runnerup. Remley Murray was named hundred (200)) feet, any of the an air and stunt show follow

,d champion of the two-day golf grass commonly known as sea ing the barbeque. Parachut
Miss Abraham was sponsor. t field the oats or uniola paniculata and
tournament during
lit 't' ists and an' automobile stunt
; ws ed by !the American Legion celebration.' He received cocolobis uvlfefa commonly }
a
show was included in the ac
\ and Miss Mlsslnne's
sponsorwas trophy for winning the 36 hole known as sea grapes for the tivities.
Ot the Band Parent's Assn.
of commercial marketing
competition. Runnerup for the purpose
,4 One of the bright spots of
.- 5S The seventeen lovely contestants play was David Brown. :The without consent of the
'f :; owner of such land or person the celebration was a reception -
awards
,,) vying for the title were presented by Saturday afternoon hon
.. were Judged In bathing suits Walter S. Morris, tournament having lawful possession
; chairman. thereto. The legislative intentof Cornmittee
and formal gowns. given Mr. and Mrs.
this law is to protect the by
Patty Meeklns' was pre. Lewis Wadsworth at the Princess .
Judges for the contest were beaches and shores of the
5. OBy Gordon Kipp, Dytona Beach sent a trophy for the outstanding state from erosion by preserving Estate. Two hundred

Y R News Journay Regional news sand castle she construetecl'fiiMh the natural vegatative ,guests attended the memorable

; <',. k + 4PS editor Mr ... &I Gontn u .. e aJ4'he dJillng, -c6vefto bind the sand. ,. affair. ,-v
>> :" activities 'TfilS(1'aMm.noon. (
1,1/1'1 Daytona neach'a d'# len Many residents of Flagler Mrs. Jean Flagler Matthews,
"" Grayson, noted authoress of N. and Palm Beach
f' county nave in the past enjoy. Nye, Y. ,
; > Daytona Beach. Winners of the fishing tourney ed netting for mullet and granddaughter of Henry M.

rg. Miss 50th Anniversary was were announced by Otis other fish on the beaches of Flagler for whom the countywas
\ named and Mrs. Elmer
neighboring St. Johns county.A ,
presented with a bouquet of Magee, chairman. Prizes were
) \ '" red roses, a trophy, a $25 savings given to Henry Brockman, new law governing salt Hall, New Smyrna, daughter'
.1. .; water fishing in that of Alvah A. Bunnell, the Cityof
: area
bond, and a gift certifi largest fish; Ed Thurlow,
:.' 'j. cate. The two runnersup each second largest fish; Craig prohibits the use of any type Bunnell's namesake, were
received a sterling silver Wilder net or sein, except (the com among the honored guests.
most fish caught
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il '''4I ; Also attending 'were Dr. and
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I charm braclet and a bouquetof Parrish mon cast net, from the
Tony smallest fish
Mrs. Howard Lee, St. Augus
I t, 'O red roses. The other beaches bordering the Atlantic -
par and E.
: D. Johns, largest
ticipants were also presented Ocean in St. Johns county tine and Mr. Elmer Hall, New
caught on a plug.
: :: ; ..< ,' gifts. from April 1, to (September 15 Smyrna.A .
of each year. large crowd attended the
The beauty contest was Old Timers Dance jointly
sponsored by the FlaglerWoman's FATHER OF BENNY BLACK We would, however, like to sponsored by (the Idlewood
Club.SENIOR point out that you may continue Club and Country Club. Highlights
DIES IN GAINESVILLE to net the surf along of the evening was the
the Atlantic ocean in Flagler
judging of the beards
grown
Shelton Black, father of
county with: any net. The exception local
Benny Black, Bunnell, passed by gents commemorating
CITIZENS to this is an area the
away Monday, July 3 in a anniversary.
closed to mile .
Sharyn AbrahamAMERICAN netting one .
On Sunday all of the
MEET TUESDAYThe Gainesville nursing home.
LEGION north and one mile south of churches in .the county conducted
Graveside services
Flagler Senior Citizens were the Flagler Beach municipal homecoming services.

Club will meet Tuesday eve conducted Wednesday at 3 fishing pier. The common cast Dinners were planned at the

SECOND RUNNERUP ning, July 11, in CommunityHall p. m. at Jasper, Florida. net continues to be legal even various church grounds, but

at the Municipal Build. in that locality. due to unwelcomed rain-

Ing, Flagler Beach. The meet- Another Special Act governing showers they were held in the

., "+ Ing was postponed one week TALENT SHOW FRIDAYAT the taking of oysters from church halls.
..'I,. due to the Fourth of July hol BUNNELL HIGHA St Johns county provides that
";" iday. no shall more The onset of rain only
: talent show, under the person transport
;' This will be the second of direction of Mrs. Walter Morris than (2) bushels, per person, slightly delayed the free fish

:!: the Club's three monthly is scheduled for Friday, of oysters in the shell beyondthe fry sponsored by the Flagler

/ meetings scheduled for the July 7 at 2 p.m. in the BHS limits of St. Johns county Timber Growers Assn. Mon
summer. The Club will resume auditorium. The show is one and in no case more than (4)) day afternoon. It was estimated

/\ Its twice-monthly meeting of the many activities planned bushels per boat or motor ve- 1500 persons were servo
schedule ed 750 pounds of fish, hush
.. in September. for the summer program. htele.
There will be a potluck puppies and slaw preparedfor
sup. Everyone is invited to participate Contrary to circulated rumors
per at the July 11 meeting, and may enter the all of the above regulations the event.

starting at 6 o'cleplr. Members competition by calling the are laws and not rules Two hundred participatedin

and visitors are aked to school or contracting Mrs. adopted by the Florida Boardof a fabulous historical pageant

bring a eavered dish and Morris.A Conservation. Each of ,the presented at Bulldog

table service. Club turn- patriotic program was presented provisions are now in effect Stadium Monday night. Eigh

jibes coffee. last Friday afternoonby and all violations are misdemeanors. teen colorful scenes depictedthe \

wyyf i, i.kYpt the students in the Little history of Flaglen+ Const?
Theatre group and includedtwo from the Indian era until the

I DAY TO POI* plays, "When Washington HOSPITAL NOTES present time.A .

'. ) *CMAftn Won at Yorktown" (an .
.( I original, written by Chip ADMITTED: Trvdie Jonaav fcibute to the late Henry
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0" .. 'Q.. A group of Flagler ....., Brooks) and "What Happen. Nina Spivey, Deborah LaM, M. Flagler was complete with

.''f:'' Disabled American Vatuwaa ed in 1778." Raymond Monroe, Jay lodgers the presence of his granddaughter .-

met Thursday, June 9 at !the and Sherman Glover, all Mrs. Flagler Mat
Flagler Beach Recreation Hallto of Bunnell; Nell Evans Or- thews. Accompanying her 'to

form a new chapter of the OOSVEL SUVKBS> mond Beach; Austie Allman, the pageant: were Mr. and

organization. Seven vets attended OIIDKID Port Orange; Macey Ann :Mrs. George G. Matthews and
t' h x+ a 6' the meetinf. Gospel services Hewitt, 9t Augustine. son George, Jr. of Palm Bead,
are being DISCHARGED: Rev. Father Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Robert:

A meeting loss bean ached' conducted in the Haw Creek Bheault, Mildred Cleary, Rob- Hankey, Washington, D.C. and

uled for Friday, July T at 8:00 Community Center Sunday, art Worley, Sophia Abken, William Morrison Matthews
p. m. in the beach reowatlon Tuesday and Thursday evenings Todd Graham, Marjorie Stuck- of Palm Beach. Mrs. Elmer

L. hall and officer will be at 7:& ey, Dorothy Reynolds, Betty Bunnell Hall was also introduced

,... "....:::!Iht9Y elected for the new chapter. The services ,conducted by Collins ftefgy Wells Jack during the affair.
'AH eligible veterans of all E. Kelly and C. Castlebeny Hott, m, Richard Cantrell, The pageant committee is

Misstate wan are urged to attend. Re are nondenominational. Peggy :Maloney, Ruth Zelich- to be commended for the

BAND AUNTS ASSN. freshments will be served Everyone is Invited. owsfci l, Judy Dunson. splendid exhibition.P .



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THUHS- JULY 6. 1967INCORPORATED ,
2-THE FLAGLEH TRIBUNE
Entry Fee For -

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1IUNNELL. FLORIDA State Parks C IgpscwINC. C E Lean Western "FIRST CUP' ;


: After July I .,
LEN WILSON Pork Chops
Editor and Publisher I
In an effort to generate more
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DETTE La. :McDANIEL money to operate Florida I

New Editorlieclgvated State Parks, seven museums
:: \ within the state park system Ib.U. I

began charging a 15q entrance .
newspaper for all fee July 1.

Legal. Advertislat.. State Parks Director Bill ..
Miller said steadily Increas
Entered *. second <-lass matter ing costs and theLegislature's ROLLED"
operating S. D. A. Choice "BONED &
February (, 1913. at the post
insistence that
office at Bunnell, Florida under
Act of :March 3, 1871. state parks continue being 89
about one-third selfsupport'ing TJT ROAST Ib
10e Per .? necessitated the fees. Museum I 't .

ODe Tear -.-.,...-$3.59 entrance was previouslyfree.
Six Mo. h. ..._.._.......__..$:..00O 't
U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"
t.l.e'Fl....... County The museums charging admission
;. .....00 Per Year will be Constitution

Convention at Port St Joe, ROUND STEAK ib.89C
the Marsh Museum art Tomo-

LEGAL A.DVEUTISEMElirrIN ka near Ormond Beach, John

Carrie at Apalachicola, the .
TilE CIRCUIT COURT FLAG. Gregory House at Torreya near -
LKR COUNTY, FLORIDA Choice JuicyCUBE
CIVIL ACTION No. Bristol, St Clair Whitman at
JERRY R. HALL Cedar Key, the Indian Mounds
Plaintiff,
ANNE Museum at Cry'stad River, and STEAK Iba 8.9
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CAROL Defendant HALL San Marcos de Apalache near

NOTICE St Marks when it is reopened
TO: CAROL ANNE HALL following repairs.
6401 47th Street
Court West The Tomoka museum, name \ ,
YOU Tacoma ARE ,HEREBY Washington NOTIFIED 18466 ed for the late Florida artist G. 'C.:s, Own "OVEN READY" Western "SELECT"
' that a Complaint for Divorce Fred Dana Marsh displaysthe
has been filed agranlst you, and BEEF LIVER
you are required to serve a copy Marsh art!+ collection as MEAT LOAF
of your answer or pleading to well as the Indian history of
,the complaint to the Plaintiff's
Ib.Copeland's .
attorney. LELAND B. SHAW P. this vicinity. 49 e
O. Box 296, Bunnell, Florida, and 3lb.Loaf $1"9
file the original answer orpleading
In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

If before you the fall 17th to do day ao,of an July d lSi RENEW YOUR "SMOKED" (12-14 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
defaut will be taken against you '
for the relief demanded In the DRIVER'S LICENSE] h

complaint.DATED at Bunnell, Flagler DURING YOUR '
County Florida this 9th day of BIRTH MONTH
June 19S7.
59
GEORGE M. MOODY lb.
ler Clerk County Circuit, Florida Court, Flar- HAM ,
(Official Seal)
By Janice Murray CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING 3

LELAND el1'll"v71erk
P. O. Box 296 .
Attorney for Plaintiff

Bunnell.June:Florida 15, 22, 29, July S-Uc. Valleydale SMOKED SAUSAGE 4ge
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT IQI I ALL MEAT *........................ I


lit TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF RATE-4c per word. Minimum Heinz 1 lb. Can
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOIUDA charge per issue $1.00.

RUTEMAR ISO .*"" .,: . E PEEL, SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain AND :> ,
Plaintiff fields installed; Rota Roter SUGAR

WILLIAM EDWARD PEEL, snail shell. Reasonable prices. Eelbeck ,

NOTICE Defendant"'0 nKFKND Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 QUICK I
WILLIAM THE STATE: EDWARD OF FLORIDA PEEL TO: 8-1-tt GRITS 5 Bag 3ge 51b. 370

ADJ a WANTED: Will buy LIVE
VP E6 NABNortolk
Virginia. Rattlesnakes, Coral Snakes Blue Plate 12 oz. Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderPillsbury's
You are hereby notified that a and large moccasins. PEANUT For
suit has been filed against you Moody'sTaxidermy BUTTER 3 $100
In the above entitled cause; and Shop, I dIe s o n
you are hereby required to file Building. Ph. 437.3989 Bob
your answer with the Clerk of PINEAPPLE IT
this Court and to serve a copy Moody. 4tp 6.15, 22, 29. 7.6 BLUE PLATE ,PEACH AND
thereof upon the plaintiff or (Sweet or Buttermilk)
plaintiffs and attorney, whose name INCOME-SPARE TIME PRESERVES-GRAPE JAM, APPLE &
address Is1:
James H. Tucker, Esquire Excellent spare time business GRAPE JELLY (MIX OR MATCH) ,
P.Bunnell O. Box, Florida S98 Opportunity. No selling. Refill BISCUITS

jot later than July 27 A. D., and collect money from '2. 18 oz. $<*00
.
1967 New Type coin operated dispensers JL
If ;; Tumblers
you fall to do so. Default I
will be entered against you for in this area. Must 8 oz.

the' complaint.relief demanded The nature In the of said bill have $650 to $1950 cash, car 4 Cans 35 0
suit being for and references. Ten hours
DIVORCE weekly can net excellent In. BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said I Court this 22nd day of June come. More time can resultIn
A. D. 1 9 6 T. more For personal
money.
GEORGE M MOODY FROZEN FOODS
Offleiff fftijf said Circuit Court Interview write Rem-Co Distributing -
( Co., P. O. Box 6171,
By Deputy Janice Clerk Murray Pittsburgh, Pa., 15212. Include Quart 4ge Mrs. Smith's (Lemon-Choc.-Strawberry)
June 29. July 6, 18, 20, 4tc. phone number. July 6, Itp Jar

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT FOR SALE New occasional Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order CREAM PIES s..ez. Zge

chairs $9.93 each. Jerry'sFurniture
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO & Appliances, Old Singleton
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 8 oz. Pkg.
In compliance with House Dill Dixie Highway, 2 miles Southof FRESH PRODUCE BAIT
No. 1175, Chapter 20958. Laws of Korona. Phone 4373752. SHRIMP Each
EJorlda. Acts of 1941, as amend. 4ge
undersigned will ,
; register'
with the Clerk of the Circuit FOR SALE Culligan water Home Grown \
Courtin and for "* lr County softener. Original cost $425.00.
Florida I upon receipt of proof of lb.
PUblication ot this notice .the Have city water, no longer TOMATOES 190
following. fictitious name:. needed. Will sell for $100.00.
Maule' Motor FAD
Court located
lit IUO South .- ,' Flagler Phone 439.2301 July 6 Itc Fresh GreenCABBAGE'
Beach,
Florida, under which
(we) will engage In the TO WHOM IT
business MAY CONCERN .lb.'
the ot A Motor Court, and that : I will not be 70 Giant
undersigned (are) the only respon.
Persons. Interested In said buriness. sible for any debts made by Size 49

D nay eSt Bunnell, Florida, this Elaine Bennett, or by anyone Golden RipeBANANAS ,
22 of June A. D. 1967. other than myself.
Rex Cramp 2Ibt Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Larry Bennett 190
.. Jos R. Cramp .. ,.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig re Many "old timers" and for.

turned home, Saturdayfrom mer residents returned to
Arkansas after a two weeks Flagler County for the festivities
visit with relatives and of the Fiftieth Anniversary

friends. four day celebration.

Among those seen attendingthe

Mrs. Lizzie Sedessle of Panama various activities were

City was the overnight Claude Deen, Christmas, Fla.;

gueSt'of Ray and Wanda Mer Dale Brown Sr., Mount Dora; ,<
cer Sunday. She is visiting In Bob and Betty French and v. NMtalr Cf gti ?

St. Augustine !this week, and children, South Daytona;
plans-to return to Bunnell for Moses and Joanri Atkinson,

several weeks before returnIng Atlanta, Ga.; Dave and Rose-
to her home In Panama maude Cowan and family, Orlando

City. Fla.; Polly Cantrell,

Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Lanny

Visiting at L. L. Harris Alford, Merritt Island; Mr.
and Mrs. Don Alford and
home during the four day
county celebration were their children, Jacksonville; Dr.
and Mrs. Deddln Britt, St.
children and their families,
V. W. McKenzieand
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harris Augustine;
family, Gainesville; Don
and daughter Libby of Galnesvllle
and Nell Cartmill and son
; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Jim Plant Mr. and Mrs.
and City;
Harris son Shawn of Fay.
Terrell and Mr. and!
Dowdy y
ettevIlle. c.; Mrs. Philip
Mrs. Paul Smith of High
Whitely and son Michael of
( Springs; Mrs. Clara McCarney 5< f
St Augustine and Lamar
and family; Jinx and Dora
Harris and sons Ricky and
Walker and daughter, Janet,
Jeffery.
Wildwood; Mr. and Mrs. J. O.

I White, New Smyrna; Hilda
Mrs. Lillie Buchanan, Pa. Sheffield, Tampa; Gayle and Mrs. L. E. Wadsworth Is shown being assistdonated numerous hours to the tremendous

latka and Mrs. Mary Louise Frances Mercer and childrenof ed by a city worker in completing last minute task. In appreciation of her efforts, the city

Todd of Los Angeles visited Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. preparations for the anniversary celebration. commissioners presented her with an engraved

,here Monday with Mr. and Donald Rapp, Orlando; Mrs. Mrs. Wadsworth volunteered to supervise the plaque during the airport activities

Mrs. J. D. Barber. Weekend Eva Wiser, Ocala; David and City of Bunnell's cleanup campaign and Saturday afternoon. .
houseguests of the Barbers Bernadine Burnsed and fam

were Mr. and Mrs. Claude ily, Gainesville and.Mrs. Julia ...
Vam, St. Augustine and Mr. Pendarvis and children of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harman -' Mr. and Mrs. James B. Pear. MILLER-COBB

and Mrs. Carlisle Byrd, Se. Lawtey. and daughters, Penny, ston, Jr. and daughter Norma,
ville. Farmington, Conn. and Mrs. ENGAGEMENT
and'
Jody Misty, Hanover, Pa.
William B. Pearston, West
Mrs. Ethel Lee Whitaker is are visiting her father, Mr. ire ANNOUNCEMENTThe
Hartford, Conn. visiting at
Bill and Freda Deen had
as visiting in Pansy, Ala., with
and Mrs. Walt Eberhardinger, Flagler Beach with their
their weekend houseguests, her mother, Mrs. Daisey Cook, Flagler Beach. engagement and ap
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deen and and her sister; Mrs. G. J. Mc. mother, Mrs. Lyman Gage. proaching marriage of Miss
daughter Caroline and Mr. Neal. Cynthia Anne Cobb to JamesL.
and Mrs. Bob Wigley and Visiting here with Mrs. HOME FROM VACATIONRev. Miller has been announcedby

children of Belle Glade. Kathy Watson are Mr. and and Mrs. Reynold her father, Mr. William H.
Visiting here during the
Mrs. Larry Leonardi and son
Cobb Bunnell.
I Hoover have returned to their ,
holidays with Mr. and Mrs.E. Larry of Pittsburgh, Pa. They
Mrs. Molly Spencer of Or S. Morris were her daughter are also visiting with Mrs. Flagler Beach home after ten Born In Bunnell, Miss Cobbis

lando spent the weekend with, and son In law' Mr. and Leonardi's mother, Mrs. Kath week's vacation. The Hoovers a 1965 graduate of Bunnell
Mrs. Alice Johnston.oJ Mrs. C. C. Adams, Palatka and erine Heckman in Daytona visited in Venezuela, Islandsof High School and attended

her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Beach. Martinique and Maderia, Daytona Beach Junior Collegefor

; ': ....Mr#andiMrs. Lester Deep of Lady Cody and '!children. of Portugal, Spain Italy, France, two years. She Is presently
Miami are visiting here; .with }Holly Hill.Houseguests. > Switzerland, Belgium, Hoi- employed by Pal Parker Real
Sam Davis, Jr. of Taylors.ville
Mr. and Mrs. Duane,Deen. land, England, Scotland and Estate Company, Flagler
N. C. and Jerry Johnsonof Ireland. Before returning home Beach.
of Mrs. Nell North Wlllesboro, N. C. are
they visited their son and his
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Outlaw Allen and Ladye Allen at the the houseguests of Mr. 'and Mr. Miller is the son of Mr.
family in Windsor Conn. and
,
and Mr. Percy Outlaw of St. Allen beach house are Mrs. Mrs. Jerry Davis, Flagler their and Mrs. Luther Miller, Concord -
Simons Island, Ga. arrived Arthur DIrshlmer, Albany, Beach.P. in Jacksonville.daughter Phyllis Rooney Tenn. He Is a native of
Saturday to spend the week. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Concord, Tenn., and moved

I end with Herschel and Peggy Dirshlmer, Jr., and children A. (Zip) and Frances Ed- here in 1965 to reside. He Is

: King. Steve, Arthur and Georgia'Lou monson have as their house. HOME ON LEAVE employed as a ranger with
of Tifton Ga. the Florida Forestry Servicein
guest Debbie Durin of Stone Airman 1st class Jonn H. Bunnell.
John Wadsworth, Jesup, Ga. Mountain Ga. Metts, Forbes Air Base, Topeka -
is visiting here at the homeof Mrs. Nettie Stanton, Palat The wedding is planned for
Kansas, arrived home Saturday
his uncle and aunt, George ka, was the overnight guestof Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hall of for several days. His 7 p.m. August 10 at the First

and Johnny Allen. Mrs. Virginia High Mon Orlando are visiting here with wife, Isabel and son Davey, Baptist Church of Bunnell.No .
I day. Mrs. Letty Copeland. will return to Topeka with invitations are being sent
Sam and Mary Broadawayhave him. and all friends of the coupleare
as their houseguests his Raymond and Mary Smith Invited.
Nina Porter of New Orleansis
brother, Mr. and Mrs. George have as their guests for the
visiting with BernIce
and
Broadaway and children Fred holidays, Mrs. Buck McCort ARTS AND CRAFTS
die and Sharon and Connie and children of Holly Hill and Anabell Barber while here to CLASSES TO RESUME CARD OF THANKS
attend the
Chandler of Warner Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson and activities.Mrs. anniversary. celebration The Arts and Crafts classes With sincere gratitude we

Ga. children of Bartow. will resume their sessions beginning extend this word of thanks

Monday, July 10, 1.4 I for the many kind acts
Alex Atkinson, Brunswick, Annabell Barber returned Rosalee Cameron has
p. m. a>r the Flagler Beach Mu of sympathy expressed by
Ga. spent the weekend here home Thursday from St. Augustine as her houseguests, Miss Mag nicipal Hall, according to Mr*. thoughtful friends during the
with Harry and Carol Atkin. where she had been Audrey Cameron and Miss Willie White. recent loss of our dad.
son and family. the'guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Eva Belle Cameron of Sylvester Mrs. Alberta Heneken will The Family of
'
Ga.
f t Johnson for three weeks. be the Instructor. Mike Canakaris

Tony and Mildred Kahlert Everyone Is Invited to at Dr. John Canakaris
I have as their houseguests his Pat 'and Kathy Duncan of Weekend guests of Mr. and tend. Mrs. Mary Alexon
brother, Al Kahlert, his sister, Titusville are visiting here Mrs. Tom Holden were their
I Rose Kahlert and their grandson this week with their grand. son in law and daughter, Sam

Terry Mittler all of St. mother, Mrs. C. W. Duncan. and Eleanor Black and children .

Louis, Mo. Ethel Ann and Norman,
Joe Kuenzl, Fairbury, Ill., Ormond -Beach. Stopping by '
Ray and Lois Carle and former 'resident! flew down for for a visit were Mrs. Etha Mc FLEAMARKET

their son Gleen of Titusville the county's anniversary and Kenzie, New Smyrna and her
aer spending the holidays at was !the houseguest of Mr. and daughter and son In law, Mr.
their home here. Mrs. M. B. Fuller. He was accompanied and Mrs. Julian Clark and

on the trip by Mr. children Jay and Jennie,
Mr. and Mrs. Sammie May and Mrs. Keith Klishlnger, Stanford, Conn.
and daughter Sherry, Rochester who visited points of interest
N. Y. are vacationing at throughout the state. John and Joann Ellie of Or-
Flagler Beach. While there I lando visited here last Wednesday
they are visiting with Mr. and ,. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Byrum with her parents,
Mrs. Duane Deen and friends. and daughters, Carla and Walter and Laura Morris. Visiting -
Their son SP 4 Jeff May, Fort Tracye of Columbia, S. C. with !the Morrises Saturday -
Bragg, N. C. and Lou Irving, spent the weekend here with were Mrs. Willard Knight EVERY SUNDAY 10 A.M.. 7 P.M.

Rochester, N. Y. Joined them her parents, H. C. and Lucille and sons Rod and Sky of Pa-
for the weekend. Cobb latka.
Espanola.
t i FREE SPACE AND TABLES

Johnny and Carolyn: Mercer :Misses Sylvia and Cindy Mrs. Anna Jarosz and her
and son Dickie ot Holly Mill, Wadsworth, Jesup, Ga. are daughter Mrs. Dunson return. EVERY ONE WELCOMED

S. C. arrived Monday for a visit visiting here with their grandmother ed home Sunday from Warren

with relatives and friends. Mrs. Daisy Buckles. been, Mich. Mrs. Jarosz has Next to Mandeville Sales and
visiting
there for tile
Antonio Hepburn, San Pedro Mrs. Marjorie Long and past two months with her
flub*, Honduras, to slaying at daughter Sara Page of Green son and daughter in law, Mr. White Barn Antiques Bunnell
Motor Court vfeiteMShiau. Cove Springs, arrived Saturday and Mn.: Joseph Jaw Mis.
'am Mr. Hepburnalow for the cslssaaHon fssttv- DanIoft enjoyed three/ weeks

months at Flaglar sties and are spending several visit with Mr. and Mi*. Henry .,.. (u.s. 1 SOUTH) ;-I
year. days at Flagkr ..... Mesa and family. "






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Photo by Theo C. Heln .
BEARD CONTEST OFFICIALS Judging the beard contest
Saturday night were from left, James Tucker, Bunnell at-
torney; Louis Stefllk, contest chairman; Col. E. P. Miner, Armour Star (Beef) Tender Delicious
St. Augustine and Ken Lueck, WNDB radio announcer, Daytona Shoulder Lb. ALL MEAT Lb.
Beach. ROAST 5ge STEW 6ge

LETTER TO THE EDITORTo SOFTBALL GAME World's Best Ground Homemade PanSAUSAGE

County the:Citizens of Flagler TONIGHT BEEF Z Lbs. 9ge 2 Lbs. 9ge

Two games are scheduledfor
Searching for an excuse, I tonight at Bulldog Stadium .
can find none for the lack of Bunnell Auto Supply vs.
consideration given our Thriftway and Wadsworth ARMOUR SHORTENING FOLGER'S (Mountain Grown)
guests.A Lumber vs. Methodist Church.A .
spontaneous standing win for the church team VEGETOLE COFFEE
ovation for our honored guests will make them the top nine
at the pageant was in order, of the season.NATIONAL .
but our citizens were gluedto 3''Lb. Lb.Tin .
their seats.Courtesy SOFTBALL 4'9 Tin 49
could have eased WEEK JULY 10.16
all our blundering efforts.
Angela Wadsworth National Softball Week will Limit (1)) with purchase of $5.00 or Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or
be observed the Bunnell
by
food order food order
with more more
Recreation Department
SUBSCRIPTION RATES five games scheduled, accord ssm
ing to Leslie Pache, director.
INCREASED The Youth All Stars will
Subscription rates for the play the Methodist team in TABLE READY
Jumbo Asst. Colors
Flagler Tribune will be In. the first game of the series, ( ))
creased July 1. The last Increase Monday July 10. SOLID OLEO
was made January 1, An interesting game has GALA TOWELS
1947, when rates were raised been scheduled for Tuesday
from $2.00 to $2.50 per year. night, Husbands vs. Wives. Lb.
Due to the increase of cost 2 io 29
The two girls teams will bat.
for materials and labor, it is
tle It out Wednesday night. 3 Rolls 99
the follow
necessary to make '
Friday night has been reserved
ing price change: for Merchants night, when Limit ((2) with purchase of $5.00 or .
Ten cents per copy. awards donated by the local more food order Limit ((3)) Please ;
$3.50.
One
year business men will be present
Six months, $2.00. ed.
Outside Flagler County, $4
per year. Watermelons and softballare

night.on the agenda Saturday SUNLITE (303 CAN) American Beauty ((303 Can)

Players and spectators are
\FbrFasi Results] invited to a watermelon feast TOMATOES CREAM CORN
prior to the games betweenthe
? READandUSE, Methodist Church and
Jim and Bob Team of Ormondand .

Jim and Wad Bob.worth Lumber vs. 6 Cans 95 6 Cans $100

EGOLARIY! There will be prizes award.
ed for all events. You'all
come! Limit ((6) Cans Please Limt ((6) Cans.Please



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ON VACATION County Court House, Bunnell. 6-THE FLAGLER ,TRIBUNEsaid THURS. JULY, 6. 1967
Florida offer for sale and will
Reverend and Mrs. Oliver sell at public auction to the
highest bidder and best bidder I
Taylor will leave on Sunday, for cash, all the right, title, being sold to satisfy said LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Interest and claim of the Defendants. Decree subject to any: and all f
TO THEEDITOR 9 after the morning Wor
:;. July Certain land upon which valid prior mortgages, liens and '
ship !Service for their vacation. special assessments are delinquent encumbrances and rights I.V ILAGLERRCOUNTY.J.. FLOIh
within the municipality of DATED this 83rd day of June. ,.
They will take a 20 day tripto
A. D.
s;=. Flagler Beach. Florida, and all GEORGE I DA.
visit his sister and her fanv parties or persons bound by said M. :MOODY. CIVIL ACTION NO. M.
fly in Astoria, Oregon. They Final Decree In and to the following Clerk of the Circuit LELAND ROBBS \
Court In and for Flagler Plaintiff,
described situate
property, -
will be tent camping on the lying and being In the Coun- County. Florida vs.
When small minds are giv- (Official Seal
trip which will include sight ty of Flagler, State of Florida, CHARLES TINDELL) GLORIA ,ROBBS,
.
Immed- Defendant.AMENDED
en some they '
power to-wit: .
seeting in the western National Professional Arts Building NOTICE OF SUIT '
iately begirt to crave add FAHCKL NUMBER TIIHER P. O. Box (08 NO PROPERTY.
tlonal If they can't get < Parks.VACATION. Beginning at a point 40 feet Bunnell. Florida To: '
power. North and 25 feet West of Attorney for Plaintiff v GLORIA ROBBS
more power by their own ability the Southeast corner of the July 8, Ito
they hunt for someone to SPEAKERSAT North Half of Tract 10.: runnIng f Ja lmNeeiork..
North 58 feet, thence YOU ARE IIEREDY NOTI-
blame for their inability to West 214 feet thence Mouth LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT FIED that an action for divorce
gain that power. If others are METHODIST CHURCH 68 feet, thence East 214 feet has been filed against you. the
to the point of beginning; in IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Defendant and you are requiredto
able to gain power through Reverend E. E. Snow, who the North Half of Tract 10, FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA serve a copy of your written ,
legitimate means then the Block D, Section 11, Town- defenses If any to it. on the "
one who is not able has served as an interim pastor ship 12 South Range wI CIVIL ACTION Xe. HI Plaintiffs attorney, whose name
.a during 1965, will be the guest East In the Bunnell Develop- ROBERT C. HIPlalnUff and address is: "
certain frustatlon set in and Allotment JUDGESIIS .
:: .ent.erC anlt'd WILLIAM W. V
preacher for July 16. Wallace
plat with the South Palmetto Avenue f
he will to
even try destroy Clerk of the Circuit OLENNA"'HIIJU Florida 32014 I '
. Strickland, a lay speaker from Court of Daytona Beach.
anyone in his way to gain the Flagler County, Florida. -II'"j, Defendant and file the original with the
Crescent City, will bring the Clerk of the above styled Courton
he craves. A perfect ex PARCEL NUMBER FOUR )
power GLt; f'l1SUIT
morning message on July 23. Beginning at a point 25 feet TO: or before the 24th day of
ample of this is Naser of Members and friends West and 214 feet North of Present address unknown. July. A.D. 1967, otherwise a
Egypt who is willing to not are urge the Southeast corner of the Last known address: judgment may be entered'
.
ed to attend these services to North Half of Tract 10. 1523 East 16th Street. against you for the relief de
only try to destroy Isrlal'but iled the Pe-
Brooklyn New York. man In Complaint or
hear these men bring out. Block D, running West 214
also anyone who is willing to feet thence North 68 feet, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tition.
standing messages. that an action for divorce WITNESS my hand and the
thence East 214 thence
come to the aid of Isreal. feet ha* been tiled against you and seal of said Court on the 16th
South 68 feet to the of
point
beginning. In the North Half you are required to serve a copy day of June, A.YiGl61'r. MOODY'
This same condition appliesin within three blocks of the of your written defenses, .
of Tract 10. Block D, (:Section to It on LAWRENCE W. BORN, Clerk Circuit Court of'l i i ",
a smaller way to Flagler Pier and find this could be 11, Township 12 South. Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address -, Flagler! County, Florida,I
Range 31 East In the Bun- Is North Halifax By /1' Janice :MurrayAs
Beach: Our City Commission, made parking for 1,000 cars if nell Development Company'lAllotment 412 Ave- Clerk
nue, P. O. Box 6217 Daytona Deputy
not having the experience, these streets were paved from as per plat filed Beach, Florida and file the original June 22 29, July 6, IS-4tc.
with the Clerk of the Circuit with the Clerk of the above-
knowledge and ability to increase curb to curb, or even if they Court of Flagler County, styled Court on or before the

their power by doing were properly fixed with shellor Florida. 17th day of July, 1967. otherwisea LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTTO

something constructive for the stone. I am in favor of have PARCEL NUMBER FIVE Judgment may be enteredagaln.t
Beginning at a point 98 feet you for the relief demanded -
town are, it seems, so frustrated ing more parking space for North and 25 feet West of In the Complaint or Petition WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
that they are willingto Holiday visitors but the Southeast corner of the Beginning: as of
our North Half of Tract 10; WITNESS my hand and the indebtedness Incurred by anyone;
try to destroy the good would prefer to see it whereit running North 68 feet, thence seat of said Court on this 8th relating to property formerly I
name of the solid citizens who would be also a benefit for West 214 feet thence South day of June,RH'.tt\r.' known as Flagler Beach Hotel
68 feet thence East 214 feet MOODY U not to be charged to or assumed
have, done most for the town, every day use by both visitors to the point of beginning; in as Clerk of said Court by J. W. Green or Mabel,
and even go so far as to try and our local people. the North Half of Tract 10, (Court Seals ) )L Green former operators. Be
Block D, Section 11, Township / / George M. Moody governed accordingly. ,
to destroy the only park the 12 South Range 81 June 16, 22. 29,. July 6-4tc June 29. July 6, 13, 20, 4tq
town owns. Without the pub. The plan to destroy the park East In the Bunnell Devel

lic knowing It they gave away was passed even though opposlotlon opment Company's Allot -- ,. -. r '"
to it was signed by ment as per plat filed with 1
the only other park the ,town the Clerk of the Circuit of .
owned. They want to take the more than 150 citizens. Flagler County. Florida.

front 50 ft. of the Park and fix PARCEL NUM1IRR !HIV Flagler County Insurance
When something like this Beginning at a point 25 feet
it so >the' public cannot see West and 156 feet North of fI
I wonder what has
happens, the Southeast corner of the
the park while driving ,by, by caused the frustration; is it North Half of Tract 10, run- Inc.
making a parking lot of it. in ning West 214 feet thence Agency
Liquor-mortise setting or
And at most it would park North 68 feet thence East I ,
does someone> mistake a tor. 214 feet, thence South 68 feet
only 40 cars, and I doubt thatit pid liver for a call to dictate.E. to the point of beginning; All Forms of Insurance .
would park this many. in the North Half of Tract
10, Block D, Section 11,
If they would take the same H. Threadgill' Township 12 South Range 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437.3171
31 East In the Bunnell De-
money or maybe even less and velopment Company's Allotment Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY

pave 3rd Street by Alice John LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN the Clerk as per of plat the Sled Circuit with

ston's office from the present Court of Flagler County. BONDS
TilE CIRCUIT COURT, *EVKNTII Florida;
pavements to the curb both
on The said
JUDICIAL
property as afore-
sides, it would make more KLOHIDA. IV 1 1 clguITvg:

parking! room, a nicer street NO.KI.AUI.KR BOI16: COUNTY.

and a more usable, street. Or NOTICE OF
..
.
SPECIAL MASTER !SALH
If /they would the \
pave
same
CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH a .. ,
street from curb to curb from municipal corporation existing ,
Central Avenue to under the laws of the State of Look "em
Daytona all
Florida, Flagler County, Florida over. and;]
Avenue, they would be doing Plaintiff.

something constructive instead CERTAIN LANDS upon which COMPARE FEATURES 'WITH
of something destruct special assessments are delin-
ve. quent within the municipalityof
.v Flagler Beach Florida

',:.I would have suggested 1st TO THE DEFENDANTS Defendant HEREIN IJNJJPPI1I-- '

Street from Central Ave., to AND ALL OTHERS WHOM: r '
IT MAY
CONCERN .
Daytona Ave., the same as NOTICE Ifi HEREBY GIVEN

they have paved in front of that the Undersigned, SPECIAL

City Hall! but this would have Seventh MASTER Judicial of the Circuit Circuit, In Court.and G30 J0J@ r @W

benefitted the Hotel for Flagler
and Mr. County. Florida, under '.
Green and pursuant to and by virtueof t'.
knowing that
part a Final Decree of Foreclosure 5 SPEEDS -
of this frustration is spite entered in the above entitled
PLUS' .... .
.
REVERSE': ,'
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against' Mr. Moody and Mr. cause pending In the Circuit
Court. Seventh Judicial
Circuit
Green, I am sure they would in and for Flagler County, Flo- YOUR CHOICE r

be against this.I rida. No. 6036 will at 11:00: OF 3 S1ZFS
o'clock A.M. on Tuesday, the I
have the 28th day of July A.D., 1867. at
gone over streets
the front door of the Flagler INSTANT! CUTTER

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TRIBUNE THURS. JULY 6. 1967


LEGAL APVEKTHEMBMT SERVED IN LEGISLATURE Some People Are Allergic 1'0'


INVITATION TO DID George Moody Sr. name was
Sealed bid. 'will be receivedIn inadvertently omitted from the

Florida the> office Forest ot Service the Fiscal Room Agent 27- list of legislators serving Flag and Husbands

Collln Building Tallahassee, ler County during the past Zippers Money

July Florida 21., until 197. for ZOO the p.m.following(EDT) fifty years. ,

construction: Mr. Moody served In the
all
labor and ma-
Furnishing construction of a House of Representatives 1928- "Aaaaaa-choo!" The sneez- Chief culprit is plant pollen, others develop painful skin

ler sewage Recreation disposal Area system. located at Flag-at 1930. Ing season confronts some 20 although a variety of tree pol- irritations after touching specific -

the Florida Forest Service Flag- million Americans. lens and mold spores may fabrics, rubber, even
ler Tower Site In Flagler County or meet the State Board of plastic dishes. Money is :not
.
Florida. Plans specifications. this form of acute
also
and d other related informationmay Health for requirements.this Full payment In summer ragweed andother cause usually sneezed at, but it lit
project will b
be Forest obtained Service from the Flo- made upon completion and approval plants unleash, billionsof nasal catarrh. erally makes a few people
rida Headquarters by the State Board of sick. A British skin specialist
of
located approximately four Health and the authorized Forest microscopic grains pol Summer blooming plantscause
miles north of Bunnell on U.S.No. Service Inspector. len hay fever sufferers. recently reported than many
upon but
the most misery
1, or by writing to the Flo-
Please
submit bid In sealed water tickle* and patients allergic to nickel de-
noses
rida Forest Service, Collins envelope plainly marked on out Eyes some people cannot toleratea '
Building, Tallahassee. side front, "SEALED BID ON sneeze after sneeze leaves the host of substances ordi. velop a rash by 'handling
Prospective contractors may RBWAOE SYSTEM TO BE victim weakened. Allergists nickel based objects such as
submit alternate proposals. Alternate OPENED :JULY 21. 1967." narily harmless to the vast __
proposals for this project The Florida Forest Service reserves -- estimate that the ragweed majority. Reactions can be as coins, zippers, knives, and/;
will be considered If
plans the right to T"Sick"
reject any alone affects forks.
and specifications are submitted and/or all bids.FLORIDA plant more mild as a sneeze as severeas
with bid. However, any alter FOREST SERVICE Americans adversely than death.In .
nate proposal must be equal to B. C. Leynes, Fiscal Agent of Husband
'
the Florida Forest Service plan smog.
July J, 10-2tc "
France a few years ago, Files of the some 2,000 al.
The prolific weed thrives more than half the population lergy specialists in the United

best in freshly turned soil of a town came down States are full of unusual

thus it may be especially with an asthma-+type Illness.It cases; a banker allergic to ink

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS. troublesome this summers; the turned out that townspeoplewere on currency; a cowboy to his

National Geographic Society inhaling protein from horse's blanket. ; an actress to

FREE says. With work on the Interstate castor-oil seeds 'being processed her false eyelashes.An .
.\ ESTIMATES Highway System In' full In a local plant.,

CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS swing, millions of tons of Iowa woman wona' divorce -
Some proteins in plant pollen
earth are being exposed. Con- decree on testimonythat
-BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES struction sites for myriad new are so potent a sensitive her husband's, presence
person may react to just one .
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods housing projects also providea gave her hives.
haven for ragweed. millionth of one millionth of

Now Serving, Bunnell and, All Surrounding Areas, one gram. As. ,a doctor put it, More serious are the 30 or
Hay Fever Misnamed "With a gram of such con- so deaths caused each year

50 Mile Radius centrate, we could make the in the United Stales by aller-
I Hay fever which doesn't whole world sneeze." gic reaction to bee or wasp

Call Collect 437-3513 come from hay and rarely;, { stings. This toll compares
produces any fever is the Certain,people break out' in with 14 deaths from poisonous

most common of I all allergies. hives when they "eat 'fish; snake bites. .'

I..
Allergic symptoms have

been recorded since ancient

.. :I',1. ,: ;..: Jiodi. 1, .1 times. Egyptians Indicate hieroglyphictablets that
Ding
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: "i ....\ \; horqeot.'ssting
;//1 ,'.8:1 \ J nearly 5,000 years ago.
:,\ ,.,':'t,, )? ; .; \ ( : .If' ,
;",'\\r f': '....,. Hippocrates, the so-called
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\1fj.4"
I 'I .V)4< l" '_ father of medicine, wrote j in

: ..t''Freedom'must: be at all timeldefended 400 could B.C.not about eat cheese a patient without who.

r unpleasant side effects.

,/ because it is at all times \ ,
'" Who's the head of the houseis

,< often a matter of argument.It .

: ,, : I besieged. Not all of us are called to1 1

., .. is peculiar but the well-
,
'
"' \, a the battlefield. .: 1/1' to-do often seem more ,,,reluctant -
fight of '
>l( .. on Many : _. .. ., ,. //r \ than the poor to contribute
: ,' to benefit.'
a public
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.I- : \i : what we can and all that we mush) / nothing Legion Indecent to of make show.Decency you, there attendan is



'{;a, ; j.'." here at home. Buying Bonds, <: t, ; LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT :


G\I\ : \ is this The REQUEST Flagler County FOR BIDS Board of
; regularly ,
important to
( as :' ,; \1 \' Public Instruction will receive
,
'. '" I I sealed bid up to 10.00 am. July


.. '; ,}'t F 'i"-'/'. nation in the long reach of histoJy'I f;;'d, I)' 'I., y yIn ;' 1' :Maintenance 11,Ing Manual 1967 machines on and the of electric.,typewriter following and calculators I : add-,



iM., ; ( :': :' :', ', as. .... almost anything we can ,.. :, ;.,"'R H .' ,;' school Bread meet cafeteria.the delivered requirement In quantitiesto of each

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I t Petroleum product for usa In
.' the school buses, public owned
vehicle and school plant
L. P. das for use at varlou
:' schools and cafeteria
., I ,, Milk In one-half pint delivered -
< ; In quantities to meet the
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Specification may be obtained
+ if When you buy U.S.Savings f .;. : ,'" at the office of the County SUP-
f L Bondi regularly-through j.", '(,' 1c,; I"I. erintendent of Public InstrCMh "
i : Payroll Savings where you tlon, County Courthouse, P. 0
; l .} ,; work or Bond a.Month r I Box '755 Bunnell Florida.
; where you bank-you art also Harold Binary Chairman
entitled' to purchase Board of Public Instrua.
.'r".kI new Freedom Share. I. .* tlon, Flagter County
Freedom Shares am ATTEST:
:,+:'t+ hort.term Saving Netefc 1 '" I Coy G. IJarrl"i Jr., Secretatr
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they pay s higher return y Board Ie Instruction!,
.r J \ II an Savings Bond(4.74" Flaarl.r County
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when held to maturity a' 5 : June la, July I, Itc
'in 4X) ),ma bought!
years \ II "
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'. fr!'r I rrrs ::zW,,,, y one.for.one with Bond* '." LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT!
t 't ,
I ,U m four denominations,and
i."". 1 i .' era redeemable after IN TIIR CIRCUIT COUnT OF+
s; one year. You wilt find : FLAQLRIl COUNTY KLOUIDA -
.
complete Information
Ir .', I R where you work or bent. ', IN CASH NO. 147 '
; $
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H' r ( :,' President Johnaefl dfeptay WANDA Plaintiff LORETTA FARABBR
I' : first Freedom 9Mrf. llt
the
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... i. Aj JHRRY DONALD FARABBB
..rr t II' .i.Y I TJg *SP NOTICTB TO DEFEND
TI.! ITATB OF FLORIDA, t
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Y.; ;:. D'i{your le. "... Je reid.nce DONALD at o'i1c.. U
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!t"4 I' Sign for U.S. Savings Bonds ]' 4' IE floe You address are hereby are uILIU notfflMI OIO. .1.
> up
; j' a suit' ha been
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,: . j:' ,. in th. above l'equM
\ !.\',; .. new Freedom Shares. you are hereby 1'
your anww with th. Clerks
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thl/ Court, and to *
f. .'* TifiSN1 ... thereof upon the. PI..lnctn-S| .
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planltlff attorney, whoa. MM.
1 \' and address I*:
'1' "r'' :: ... ". I. .r "i' Charles J. Lnk., II
; I _._...-.:-. ._ "f' .. Attorney MO North at al IAW..wo04, Aveauo

Da7tOna lat.r than Beach July Flor'U, A. D.. "
; : lot .
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WIll b. entered ai
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;1 of oolDplaJllt. The eaters
nit being foir
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June I', .. II, Is ..te.FIAGLER .

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because CARD OF THANKS : THURS. JULY 6 1967
lose your temper, 8-THE FLACLEB'TJUBUNE ,
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somebody else cannot' ----
[ think clearly.Politeness : I wish to express my heart
I. felt thanks to all my friends
Is a virture that and relatives, who were so
seems to be on the wane these kind to me with prayers,
days. flowers, cards, gifts and visits
during my stay at the Halifax
Hospital.
:Mrs. Marjorie Gage
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HASTINGS MATTRESS

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS O. F. ALFORD r
710-12 Lemon St. Registered
: Palatka, Florida
) Real Estate Broker
'r.! Phone EA 5-9166
., Furniture, Upholtering BunnelL FloridaROY'S
:\ Repaired & Refinished b6A ..
*- Mattresses & Box Springs'Made .
: to Order Also Renovated ..
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 -
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After 6:00 P. M.
SERVICE
STEAM CLEANING

BUDGET PRICES PLAN REASONABLE IF NEEDED TILE MOBILE HOOFS .HOMES.* SIDINGS ark1I _
Just as near as your a..ra.tH4 t. Kill Mildew
Phone or Post Office Ain CONDITIONERS.
CARrEXTEIl .4 PAINTING
Drop Us a Card or Call CALL AFTER ttOO P.M.
Free Pick-up & Delivery MR. R. BOND. Bunnell
Phone 437.3737




BEARDED WINNERS These bearded men celebration. From left they are Jack Hall,
were the winners of the ,beard contest spon funniest beard; Gene Bowers, best designed I
sored in connection with the anniversary and Roy L. McNab, longest growth.

: Apology To

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advertisements of the businesses


named below were inadvertently


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of The Flagler Tribune. We


deeply regret this and agree to hI ',


make satisfactory arrangementswith


all these advertisers who were


kind to celebra- I JI!!!! _,
\ so as support our
HUGE CROWD enjoys dancing at the Old
tion. Timers Dance Saturday night Danny Highs The event was jointly sponsored by the I
Shamrocks provided the music for the affair. Country Club and Idlewood Club.

; The Flagler Chamber of S .
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Commerce .



I Bell Bakeries Calee Sightseeing

Asphalt Maintenance Wilson Roofing ,

Verle Pope Agency Ft. Marion Chevrolet f
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.1 I Security. Federal AIA MotelJohnson's

Mather of Daytona Fish Camp

1 Mel-Webb Bunnell American Service

St. Augustine Nat. Bank Ceo. Clegg Packing House i.

Sanibel Wavecrest Saxon's Garage

St. Augustine Sheet Metal Mllland Hotel .

James S. Taylor Flagler Beach Hotel Bar

Alfred Electric: Motors Craig Funeral HomeBuilders

Service Flakier Beach-Pier House

T. R. Weatheffey Mrs. Pal PafeexFishermen's

Service Trucking IBB
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Gentry Pl".Waf d NeetliW Mone's AppltaeseMcCartney' A

1..1I..le J. D. TMftwarrFk

F. W. WooIwortk ter by thefetter's 1M'
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med Tlaweby -.w. Sttmieaul )se.iee

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FunrifaweCewftsay haMU I4S sIs r. -

Gal hytoIMI U.S.Me HONORED GUESTS at the reception Saturday I'hit..s hThoo (', Rf'lnl.Uuy.
afternoon at the Prince Estate hunted\ ;Sr. Mi:'. Hagier Matthews John A.
by Aide ltwmty by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wadsworth. All mem- Clegg. chairman, Roy McNab, Geofff' Moody
e.- AppUateefr bers of the anniversary committee are not and George Wlckllne. The committee was
pictured. In the photo left to right are Mrs. responsible for all the activities planned for
Leona Knight, Mrs, M. B. Fuller, George the celebration.Never .




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