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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: July 13, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079914:00391
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Anniversary penses totaled celebration slightly more ex VOL. 5S NO. 28 THURSDAY, JULY 13 1967 53.50 A YEAR NyyY.... ...."........,:'...."..'/

than $500 for the four days of
events planned by the anniversary -


bills report and was committee.expenses made were The after final submitted all. Marco Polo Park Project To

art meeting: Friday, according nights committee to

chairman John A. Clegg. The
amount was ordered paid out
of the; "Special Permit Button
Fund" headed by 1>>; A. Ed-
monson, George Moody and Over A Thousand
Tom Lenssen. Permits Were Employ .
sold to help defray the celebration

expenses.
Committee members dis

cussed dispensing the remain. Marco Polo Park, a $12 million
ing balance of the permit MOTEL AND tourist attraction to'be
fund and monies In (the Old built In Flagler and Volusia
Timers Dance fund which GIFT SHOP SOLDThe counties was discussed at the
netted more than needed for Kentucky Colonel Motel Wednesday morning meeting,

expenses. No action was taken and Gift Shop, Ocean Shore of the Flagler County Char\>
by the committee, and a final ber of Commerce. Lewis Wads-
Blvd., was sold June 30, by the ww
decision will be made at a r worth, chamber president, Introduced .
later meeting.The owners, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Jack White, Daytona

committee agreed to Taylor to Pauline Hodo and Beach, president of the project .
place a "Thank You" !advertisement Lee O. Vaughn. who gave a reuume of
in the Flagler Tri the activities planned for the
bune, to express their appreciation Miss Hodo was formerly employed giant venture. Other officialsof
to all the people and by an American 011 the project are Al Wright,
organizations that so willing Company In Beruth, Lebanon Henry Coleman and James
ly assisted with the four day Stephens.The .
and has been residing In Holly
celebration. 5000 acre site Is located
Copies of The History of Hill, Florida. The co-owner: on; the southeast corner of
Flagler County" compiled by Miss Vaughn, is also a resident l. Flagler and the northeast corner -
the Pageant Committee, have of Holly Hill.. of Volusla counties. Acreage -
been requested by numerous in the Flagler section includes
The, new owners will operate
residents. The Pageant 6m> portions of the Strlck-
the business under the same .
mittee was requested to Investigate land and Oates tracts.
Mo
name, Kentucky Colonel
the possibility of do. Plans call for developmentin
tel and Gift Shop.
ing additional work on the both counties, one-half In
history, Including the addition The business was built by Flagler and one-half In Volu .
of photos of the various the Taylors In 1959 and they sia, White said. Asked If the
pageant scenes and having It have operated the business tax structures of the two

printed., ,,, since that time. Mr. and Mrs. Photo byTneo' r, TJeln counties would play a major
Members attending the Taylor sold the businea be- role in; location of construction

meeting: .were Lee i4Ub se Mil. health-. .... .. -i'- *, ,* ; i Ay& FOR BOYS STATEetv6 White tald "Ifo reductrf
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r.o <.F3frzn ""JW J'O ..pi;. J U4. \ ? of tax $ *upected: but a savings
DifpWand Bobby'Robinson
Mrs. Eula uller, Mrs. .Leoha" morning In time'to arrive for would be considered.
Knight George M. Moody, R. MRS. ROSA JONES are shown departingfor the first session Sunday after- Entrance to the Park will be
Tallahassee to attend Boys noon. They are sponsored by
at 'Interstate Hwy. 95 which
L. McNab Tom Lenssen
DIED TUESDAY State. The boys l left Sunday American Legion Post 115.- the
straddles proposed site
George Wickline, and John A.
Clegg, chairman. Louis Stef- Mrs. Rosa Jones, 92, a Haw and Old Dixie Highway, east
Ilk was unable to attend. Creek resident for many years, COUNTY BOARD BUYS of U. S. No.1. White said
died Tuesday afternoon atwman's "A road from Hwy. A-1-A
CEF BIBLE CLUB Nursing Home.She leading to the park Is planned .
fived at 137 Dix Ave., Ormond SHELL PIT FROM LEHIGHThe and two existing thor
SCHEDULEDJULY th;She is the grandmotherof oughfares are being considered
Mrs. Margaret Deen, Or John Anderson Highwayand
17-21 mond Beach. Born\ in Lake Flagler County Boardof were not In favor of the pro Old Kings Road." He
The Child Evangelism Fellowship City, Mrs. Jones moved to Or. Commissioners voted to posal so no action was taken. stated the group expects to
of Volusia County, mond Beach in 1927 from Bun, purchase 23 acres of Lehigh Agreed to repair the tennis work very closely with Flag
Inc is planning a special nell. property for $4,864.00 for use court at Bunnell High Schoolas ler County in obtaining the
week of Bible Clubs for the as a shell pit, at their meet- soon as materials were main access road from A-l-A
children of Bunnell and Flag Survivors include three Ing last Wednesday morning. available upon the request of Park officials have been assured
Mrs Lottie Gush Other action of the board
daughters
ler Beach, Monday through Jimmy Hargett. of securing a cloverleaf
ing and Mrs. Florence Piek- Included advertising for bids the 1966
Friday, July 1721. Accepted recapitulation cutoff at the 195 and Old
.ett, both of.Ormond Beach; for a voting machine to be of the county tax roll Kings Road intersection.The .
The free one-hour programfor and Mrs. Nellie Edsell, Horse purchased for use In the presented by TaxCollector major attraction will\ be
children ages 5.14 years, Heads, N. Y.; three sons, Edgar Espanola District. Dale B. Brown. built around a $6 million
includes visualized Bible L. ,Miami; Kenneth, Accepted lUte bid of J. D. Mary Smith, Supervisor of cllmatron, a showplace for
stories, singing, Bible memory Gainesville; and Watsun Or- Manley Construction Company Election, appeared before !the tropical plants. The main
work and a continued missionary mond Beach; one sister, Mrs. for $110J>8fUl for paving board requesting payment for building, 120 feet in height
story about a young Effie Shelton, Live Oak; 17 of the Lake Dteton Road. expenses to attend the Supervisors will consist of 8000 windowpanes
boy in Taiwan. The colorful grandchildren; 32 great grand. Discussed the closing of two Convention %ln Penaa- and have controlled
pictures illustrating the stories children and four great great runways at the Bunnell Air- cola, August 9.12 The board climate, featuring a manmade -
will capture the interestof grandchildren. port, but all commissioners agreed to pay the expenses. 90 ft. mountain. Adjacent

all ages. RrAnnams _Food___ _Market__n___ was.. __ to the gardens will be
The five-day Bible Club will the only bid submitted for fun areas, boat rides and Vfcrknia -
meet each afternoon from food supplies and was ac entertainment, White
4:00 to 5:00 p. m. at the Bun cepted.A MIlL '
nell Civic Center. The program t request.from Claude Varn The park ia scheduled be
was conducted in the Bunnellarea for more shell on Tenth St in operation by IflftO and
laofc summer and good Inttreat North, Flagler Beach was not will employ between 1, 00 a>"
was shown, according to approved.No .
1400 persons, providing employment
Miss Agnes Mfchaetoen, CEF action was taken on a for realdeiiti of
County Director. Teachers for request made by E. H. Thread- Flagler and Voiurfa ......
the sessions will be Miss gill to relocate Highway AlA A section of the plot wet of
Prisdlla Snyder, Daytona back to Central Ave. in the 118, is reserved for construction
Beach and Miss Martha Duncan area South of the Flagler of a latge sestet

Ormond Beach.Beginning . Beach State Park to the county A large lure of
Monday, from boundary line.BUNNELL the project bar bam placed In
tOO a. M, until 10:00 a. m. the q da the lobby of the CIeIIiM Bank
program wit be held at the LIONS of Bunnell for viewing.
Flagler Beach Community t Otter buainew of the c&a%
Church, Daytona Street, and INSTALL OFFICERSP. br included voting to apse a *
all children of the community : : A. Edmonton was Installed CMambw of CoMMnt eBtae.m .
are invited. president of the B B- Bunnell and te employ a'''
Another club bee been iA a 4 vyj nell Lions Club Tuesday noon part-thue aeoretary.
scheduled at the Flatter' at the club's luncheoninstallation. Members voted to draw upa
Coonftr Housing Project Recreation l,. r
John Seay, zone chairman resolution pertaining to
Hall. Time and dates presided during the cere county zoning, to be preaentodto ,ti
will be announced later. mony. the Board of County Commiaaionen *
Those assisting with the Photo y heo eln Other omen installed were to be enacted. :;
Bunnell program include Bev. RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP Jack Bolt, vice president; ... The advertising committee"waa .
Charles Anders, Mr. and M.. B. Puller, Moond vice preai instructed to erect twO
Walter Cowl Mn. Webb Louis Stefllk, left, vice president to a senior student planning dint; Don Jordan, Gird vice alfnaon. 196. b bIt
Brook* IBM Gwen Brooke and of the Flagler County to further his education in the president; John A. Clegg, meretarytoawMtrer war announced the fourftojler '
Mia iCary Swan Bratmam.CEP Farm Bureau, awards a $200 agricultural field. Daft to the ; T. H., Wads color beechure t. MglMg .
headfuaftea art located KliulaigtMp) ,to Dan Cody.. Hawdeck. rod- Mr. and Mm Dkfc Cody worth,taUtvietec; A..W.YMk- ,rt Cow, .. '-
at 602 S. Ridgewood A..., A similar scholarship and will enter Abraham Col. er, lion tamer and Fred Fruta, tribute as soon aa office apao*
Daytona Beach. will be awarded annually to lege in the fall. director. for the chamber is obtained.






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2-THE FLAGLER TMBUJIE
MORE MILLIONAIRES L
3Kla0lrr WrlbunrINCORPORATIDD
An increase of 114 million. \

DUNNELL. FLORIDA aires was noted during 1965 C E Lean Western (Csatsr Cut)
according to the Internal Revenue C liii 0

Service. There were 596

persons reporting adjusted mscwlMC.
Pork .
LEN WILSON Chops
gross incomes of a million of
Editor and Publisher
more as compared with 482

BETTE S. UcDANIEL the previous; year.
News EdItor. 1 .

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT lb. 7S


Designated newspaper far all IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
Legal Advertlsiag JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION No. :164 \
Entered aa second dais matter: JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON, U. S. D. A. Choice
February 6. 1913 .t the pott Plaintiff
office at Bunnell. Florida under WILLIAMSON SIRLOIN

Act of March, S. 187, (. ..- JOE NOTICE. Defendant.TO APPEAR, AND STEAKSt': 11 Ib. .9S

ANSWER T-BOHE I. "
.. or
10e Per CopyOne IN THE NAME OF THE STATE "
Year _"__.8&50 OF FLORIDA
TO: JOE WILLIAMSON, WHOSEPOST
Six Month ..."_.._............2.00 OFFICE ADDRESS AND Lean Fresh :
UNKNOWN.You .
RESIDENCE ARE
Outside Flacler'CoaJltT are hereby notified thata

.....00 Per Year suit has been brought againstyou ,
In the Circuit Court Seventh $

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Judicial JOYCE Flagler CW'i'l2iA Circuit, In Florida and, Ylain'tiff For by GROUND BEEF :t31Ibs.$1,59Lyle'

and you are hereby required
TIIR CIRCUIT COURT op to file, personally or by attorney
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORI- with the Clerk of said Court, : \ SLICED
IA11V your Answer or defenses to the Sugar Creek SMOKED (4-6 lb. Avg.) 'f.REEPICNICS
CARE! NO. ISO Complaint in laid suit on or before
nUTH. MARIE PEEL, the 10th day of August, A.
Plaintiff D. 1967 and alsoto serve a copy
of your Answer or defenses up- 4l
WILLIAM. EDWARD PEEL, on Messrs. Osslnsky and Krol ib. :
Defendant Attorneys for Plaintiff, at their
JfOTICH TO DEFEND offices at 411 Main Street Daytona -
WILL TO.: Beach, Florida, on or before
AM EDWARD PEEL the 10th day of August A.
ADJ 3. D. 1967 as required by the Florida
VP 116 NARNorfolk Rulel of Civil Procedure and
Virginia. herein fall not or a default will "ALL MEAT"FRANKS Streak O'Lean
You are hereby notified that a be entered against you. Copeland's
suit has been filed against you You are further notified that
In the above entitled cause; and the name of the Court In which ,WHITE BACON
you are hereby required to file said suit has been instituted is
your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial .
this Court and to serve a copy Circuit of 1.
thereof upon the plaintiff or For Flagler County, and that 120z .. I
plaintiffs attorney, whose name the title of said suit is aa here- Cello Pkg. 391ft :D: .'"
and address Is: Inabove set forth. I
James H. Tucker, Esquire You are further notified that
P. O. Box 398 the nature of said suit Is & suit

not Bunnell later, than Florida'July'' 27 X D.., for custody divorce and and control permanent of the minor care Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-2Vz lb. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER

1967.If. children.
you fall to do so, Default WITNESS my hand and official
will be entered against you for seal'at Bunnell Flagler County
the relief demanded in the bill Florida this 6th day of July
of complaint The nature of said A.. D. 1967.'
cult I beingfor GEORGE M. MOODY lbM 31
DIVORCE as Clerk of the Circuit
WITNESS my hand and seal of Court of Flagler County -
said Court this 22nd day of June FloridaBy
A D. 1967.OBOROE.
Ml: MOODY JDepputyMClerk
Clerk of said. Circuit Court (OFFICIAL COURT SEAL)
(Official Seal O8SINSKY AND KROL
By Janice Murray Attorneys for Plaintiff TURKEY NECKS, OXTAILS, PIG : $* 00FEET .
Deputy Clerk 411 Main Street SIb.
June 29, July 6, 13; 20, 4tc. Daytona Beach, Florida I RIB TIPS, NECK BONES ......... ...............:............. I
July 13, 20, 27 and Aug. 3
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

Lyke's 15 oz. Can .
WOTICFJ OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME CLASSIFIED CORNED For $4fOO BAKE. RITESHORTENING
In compliance with House Bill .HASH. 3
No. 1175, Chapter 209S3 Laws of ADVERTISING BEEF- :"' : 'I'
Florida Acts of 1941 as amend. >;
ed, the undersigned will register
with the Clerk of the Circuit O'Sage No. 21/2 Can .

Court In and for Flagler; County, II For $ Florida, upon receipt of proof of PEACHES 4 Ib.
publication of this notice the 3 37e
following fictitious name: Tin
Massle's Motor Court, located RATE-4c word. Minimum .
at 1820 Routh A-l-A. Flagler per Jolli Pac Giant Twin PackPOTATO

Beach, Florida, under whichwe charge per Issue $1.00. Each 1 with $5.00 or.more food order
( ) will engage In the bulnell' CHIPS 3geLimit
of A Motor Court, and that
the undersigned (are) the only SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
persons interested in said busi
fields Installed Rota-Roter
ness. ; Raid 15Vz oz. Aerosol Can -- -- -
Dated at Bunnell, Florida this snail shell. Reasonable prices.
22 day o of Rex June Cramp A. D. 1967. Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 AND & KILLER EachROACH 7'1e Joe Cram's Grade "A"

Jos R. Cramp 8-l.tf
June 27 July 6, 13. 20 MEDIUM
Soft Lay FOAM
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Hoosier saves steps. Kitchen .

Cabinet, $15.00. Jerry's Furniture BED PILLOWS Each EGGS

FLAtiLER TilE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF- & Appliances, Old Dixie 97 e

Hwy., 2 miles S. of Korona.
IN CASK NO. J47 Phone 4373752. 713ltc. 2.Dozen $ WANDA LORETTA FARABBE,
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Plaintiff MAXWELL HOUSE

JERRY DONALD FARABEE, FOR SALE Trl-plex ((2 EFF. -

Defendant Apts., 1 owner 2 apts). All
NOTICE TO DEFEND fumihed, 4 blks. from COFFEE FOODS
Pier.
THE STATE OF F TO: FROZEN -
JERRY DONALD l'E Cor. N. 5th and Central Ave.

whose address residence are unknown.and Post Office $20,000.00. Patricia Cannon Ib,

You are hereby notified thata P. O. Box 293 Flagler Beach. 1 m 47 e Frosty Acres 10 oz. Pkg.
suit I has been filed against you
in the above entitled and STRAW For
cause;
you are hereby required to file FOR SALE 200 ft. water. Limit: 1 with $5.00 or more food order BERRIES 4 $100
your answer with the Clerk of
this Court, and to serve a copy front. Lantana Ave., Flagler '

planltlff's thereof upon the, plaintiff or Beach. Rossner, Star Rt. Box Mrs. Paul's (Family Pkg.) 14 oz. Pkg.
attorney whose
and address la: name 400\ Eustis. 32726 2tp 7.13.20 FRESH PRODUCE -
Charles J. Luke, II FISH STICKS Ea.
Attorney at Law, 5ge
260 North Ridge wood Avenue FOR SALE 2 acres nicely
Daytona Beach Florida Small Crisp HeadLETTUCE
landscaped. home, well
not later than July
29, A. D.,
I"6 7. secluded, off Old Haw Creek For
It.you fall to do so. Default Road. Will sell to best offer. 2 49C
will be. entered against you for AJAX
the relief demanded In the bill Joe Martel. 2tc DETERGENT
of complaint The nature of saM Sweet JuicyPLUMS
suit being for
DIVORCE TO. WHOM IT MAY CON. lb. Giant
,
WITNESS and seal CERN: I will not be 29
respon
of saI4 $
Ihr9yh" 3rd day of Size 47
JUDe A. sible for any debts made by
OBORGB M. MOODY Green SeedlessGRArES
Elaine Bennett or by
. Clerk of laid Circuit Court anyone
( umoiai $sal) other than myself. lb. Limit 1 with
By Deputy Janice Clark Murray Larry Bennett Zge $5.00 or more food order

June 29. July 6, IS, 20 4tc. 6 tp-June 29Aug. 3.
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rg> IlvttlAll'' 1X Wednesday 'evening,

July 12, the Flagler County
LOCALS Disabled AraericantjfVetwansorganization
held and installation

of appointed,, offlcetst'atthe
Flagler Beach Munlc/pal

O. K. and Debbie Herr and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Patteron Building. Mr. Louis Rotunda,
children, Chuck and Debbie and son Oliver, Ed Stacy 6th District Commander of
Sue are vacationing Gat and Debbie Jones of Cincinnati Sanford, installed the following .
llnburg, T nn. and New Orleans .. Ohio visited here during X i 1 officers: ,
La.Richard. the July Fourth holidays with Joseph C. Parrish, Com
Mrs. Thelma Patterson and mander.

and Louis Cantrell Mr. and Mrs. George Moody.Dr. Bernie Kozowski, 1st V
and Perry Knight spent the '" '
Commander. w
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fl iI weekend in' Orlando visiting and :Mrs. Richard,Adams Chas. Missfnne; ; tpifc.V ce

r: with C H. and Henri Muzyka and son Ritchie left Saturday Commander. ', '.'"jZnd. ::SnBHf,
and daughter ,\ ":' for their, home in Indiana after r1a
*i : E Theo C. Hein'Hlstor
several weeks .visit at
Dave ferryman visited with : Flagler Beach. f : # Raymond Smith; See ary.

: I' his mother. )Irs",>BonnlePerry- : Treasurer.
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man, in- JacksonvllleVSaturday. Servi? f-
: Among !those from Bunnell Herbert Fuller, .. (o
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attending the Monkees Showat flcer. ,<".

the Jacksonville Coliseum Carl A. Peterson, Jr., Sgteat-
W? W. Deen attended a
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meeting of the Inland Navi '
Dave Perryman, and Jan
Kay 11 .
I Harold Ramsey, ChaplinTrustees
Commission
gation Thursday
Perryman, Betty Louise Stef-
in St. Augustine. : 1 year terrnMJarl
lik Karen
Clegg and MenaWadsworth.
2 iternv;Cnlis.Misslnnee .
Peterson? year
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another ,
'\ Rev. Anders group 3 term, E. W.
'and Mrs. Charles weje Mrs. Harry Atkinson, ; year
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and< family.left Thursday Mickey Atkinson, Janet and Johnston.
for. the Expo '67. They plan Mary Cook and Randy Her. r
N: to visit with friends in Virginia ring., SERVING IN

and New York enrouteto ..
'Canada. They plan to re VIETNAM
Charles and Ann White and
turn via Indiana, where they
will visit relatives. family of Greenville, Ohio are Marine Corporal ErIck S.
visiting here with her parents, Kuleski, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chambers Harry F. Kuleskl Sr. of 619 N.
Leonard and Betty Johnson,
Flagler Beach, has as their and her brother and sister in ': Hampshire Ave., Flagler

houseguests last week his law, Buddy and (Shirley: S Cham. t ,. .' Beach, Florida, is In Da Nang,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald bers. v .:: Vietnam serving as a mem
Johnson ''$ Fa < ber of the First Marine Air -
Renova, Pa. and his S _
brother and sister in law, Mr. Leona Knight, Patsy Dur- craft Wing.
and Mrs. Neil Johnson and rance and daughters Rebeccaand MRS.. HARRY KULESKIMiss As a part of the Marine

children,, Gail, Margie, Jeff Leona Ann, visited in Shirlene Margaret Carter The couple will make their Corps air-ground team, he is
and Tampa Monday and Tuesday engaged in activities
Becky of St. Marys, Pa., supporting
with Mr. and Mrs. Horace and.Harry Francis Kuleskl, home in Flagler Beach after a U. S. and allied ground

Mrs. Bill Cummins Jr. and Locke. Rebecca remained for Jr. exchanged marriage vows wedding trip to South Flor forces participating in combat

daughters, Flagler Beach, planto several days visit. Saturday evening June 17 at ida. > operations.

leave Saturday for Miami the First Baptist Church of The bride is employed at' Aircraft of the wing airlift

} for << I Mrs. Charles Hoff. left Thursday for Elizabeth- Rev. Edward Straner wounded personnel, fly re-
ka. The
performed bridegroom is a memo
ton, Tenn. for months visit.
the double supply missions, attack enemy
ring cere
Mrs. Helen Sullivan, Mrs. Mr. Holden will manage the mony. ber of the US Navy and was personnel and installa '

Leona Knight and Mrs. Eula Caudill Pharmacy while Julian recently stationed aboard the tions, and provide close air
Altajane and Tom and Miss' Carter is the daughterof U. S. S. Ozburn in Japan support for the ground forces.
I Jacksonville Carolyn Caudill are vacationing Mr. and Mrs. Raybon )H.
in Europe. Carter, Palatka. Mr. Kuleskl Y

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ko- .......'ra. w ." is 'the son of Mr. and J _}.t t'v
1faH F. KtHeskt, Sr., FI11m'Beach. ,
I zelka and son Kerry of North Mr. and'Mrs.. Ronald. Coleman .
Olmsted, Ohio, are vacation and Jody, joined her
ing at the Andrew Janslc mother, Mrs. Evelyn Cornell- Given in marriage by her
home, 1931 Central Ave., Flag. son, Hastings and her sister father, the bride wore a form
ler Beach. They are also visit and brother in law, Dr. and al gown of white bridal taffeta.
ing with the W. A. McDowells Mrs. Larry Preston, Hastings, I The fitted bodice overlaidin
while here. at Silver Lake for a July 4th Chantilly lace, featured a
picnic. scalloped Sabrina neckline
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Knightand outlined with tiny seed pearls,

daughters, Linda, Lesa, Mrs. Murtice Moody and S and fashioned with long tapered
and Lyna Knight and Mr. and daughters Juanita and Iona sleeves. Matching lace
Mrs. T. A. Jones and familyare and Mary Provost, Orlando bordered the double Watteau
vacationing at Lake Weir. visited here Tuesday with chapel length train. 4
; Jennie Black and Benny and Her veil of silk illusion was
Mrs. Agnes West and her Betty Black. held in place with a pillbox
grandson Buddy West, return. crown of seed pearlS. White
ed home Monday after a. orchids and white roses were
weeks visit at Camp Blanding, Jennie W. Black and Mr. and ./ featured in her bouquet.The NEW SURVEY SETTLES THE QUESTION:
Mrs. H.
with Mrs. West's brother and Thompson were
business visitors in Jacksonville bridal attendants were "When
sister B. Raulerson.in law, Mr. and Mrs. D. Thursday. identically attired in formal you have an accident 7, <:

gowns of mint green chiffon. who is more
Visiting here during the They carried single longstemmed likely to help .youiiti.

SEE holiday weekend with Remly yellow roses. an independent
and Janice Murray were John Mrs. Harold Clarke of Palat agent

Peede and daughters, Lindsey ka was matron of honor. {i\, or a one-company
"HINEIGHBOR" Carol and Mary Ann, Hawk- Bridesmaids were Mrs. Karen
insville, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Hodges, Flagler Beach Miss *'ANSWER! : .
Rufas Peede and daughters, Earlene Miles, cousin of the .
Cindy and Susan, Ellaville, bride, Green Cove Springs and An independent salesmand'-
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Louie Miss Candy Lovell, Flagler :

WITH Peede, Jesup, Ga. and Mrs. Beach. Miss Ann Carter, sister by a big
Pearl Peede and Mrs. Laura of the bride, was a Junior

,JIM,WATSON Bramblett and daughter, Tere bridesmaid. The National Association of
sa of Hazelhurst Ga. .SherryHeimey, Green Cove nationally Insurance Agents asked an impartial t, .
recognized research
.- AND ON ,Springs, cousin of the bride, the difference. Here is what their organization to accurately measure j
Bo and Inert Manuel of Callahan was flower. research showed:
girl and Gene Lar-
9 out of 10 rode
17 visited in Bunnell Tues, ndent a eats help with claims. '
July 1967 gacci, was ring bearer. A far lower -
percentage of other *
day. They recently moved to Eugene Carter, brother of agents do. _
Hear Special Guest Callahan from Dunnellon, the bride was best man. This research proved that The Big Difference in insurance is the" ." '
where he will be principal at Groomsmen were Randy Hodges continuing, personal attention of an independent agent.

Don' Jordon the Callahan school. The Arthur McDanIel and To insure your car, home, or business through an independent"V .
Manuals > are both former agent look for this
John McDaniel, Flagler Beach; ., seal.Only an independent agent-a man pledged,
members of the Bunnell. High James Carter, brother: of the to help you when you have a l ss-can display it. .-J J tX..oiY
Flagler CountyAgricultural School faculty. : "r
bride> Palatka; and Ralph .

Agent Cliff and Gwen McGriff and Abraham junior usher., Flagler Beach wasa .. :' :;
; ,..t .. f" ,
! At 6:45: A. M. daughter Neweome of Cheryl Palatka and were Trill via. There was a reception afterward :- n(j \ ,

in the social hall at the
/'L \
Wng in BuniMil
on Monday with church. Those assisting h \ ; '
friends. \ ;:.t/ y';
eluded Sharyn AbnfeMB* ,. .
POWERFULCHANNEL bride book; Mn. Sleapti+ ",I.,("( "-'... 'I.' .... .'
w: '
Mrs. C. W. Duncan .
had a* Mn. Alice LoveD FU fcr '" : '!t 4-1
her houfetufrt during the Beach served the cake; MM. \lZ'
12 July Fourth I ItdQII, )k..and Charles Smith, Gainesville, f
MIL IfldiolM Crate and )fa Nagi Abraham, FUfter FLAGLER COUNTY INSURANCE 'i'-
daughter Patty and Tommy Beach, Mrs. Al Cramer, Jacksonville '
WFGA-TV Duncan, Tftttffrtll. ftMte and Viola Drlm, AGENCY. INC.
JACKSONVILLE Duncan of THnwHic to *.... Green Cove Springs semi aslfrrs ,
lug the wwk with her rand' Marine Kelly, Flat- HI )lsetk hr .ItIMttI.. .lies --.n

moothr. Tarn leach, served punch. B-..1, Phelde MM
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AUGUST BRIDE-ELECT _

FETED WITH SHOWERMrs. Y

O. K. Herr entertainedwith l Quantity Rights
a miscellaneous bridal{ GIVE
Reserved "', I
shower Thursday evening, '
M ETTS .
**
,
honoring Miss Betty Lynn TOP
Bourne, August bride.elect. Prices Good

The lovely party was ,at the Thurs., Fri., Sat.
-. .- ,, Herr home, Deen Road. VALUE
and Monday
Pastel colors of green and ,
yellow were used in the bridal SUPER MARKET July 13, 14, 15,

motif. Artistic floral arrangements STAMPS and 17, 1967

aRFR were placed at vantage 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201 I
points In the living and din
ing rooms.
An attractively decorated ARMOUR STAR S
cake formed the I
( centerpiecefor

Mrs. the Herr refreshment was assisted table.in SMOKED PICNICS .Y Lb.. 43 4 :

serving,cake and punch to the \: /. I,
,
guests by Mrs. Gene Pache !' -
FLORIDA GRADE "A" -
and Mrs. Pete Peterson.
"

ELECTAn BRIDE Joyed Nineteen the affair.HOSPITAL Invited. guests en- FRY E R. S / '." sqlr: Lb. Whole 29


NOTESADMI'ITED
flit" .
August wedding Is being : Wilfred Hunter VALLEYDALE (ALL MEAT) : .\

planned by Miss Rabeth Her- Peggy Worley, Everett .

sey and Flynn West,Edmon- Durrance, Jeanette Bertha, Lb.
DONEE
WIENERS ,49
Bunnell; Elizabeth Tidwell ,

son.Miss Hersey Is the daughter Charles Wendlandt, Flagler I" 9.,
of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Her. Beach; Carol Johnston, Hancevllle .. 'V'' "
FIRST GRADE ,
SLAB .
( )
sey, 506 N. Moore 'Street, Bun- Ala... Carl Robinson, Seville '
nell. A native of Douglas, Ga. ; Nellie Tinker Ormond '
the bride elect was graduatedfrom Beach; Mettle Smith, Eustis; SMOKED BACON >:; c,1'
65.
Bunnell High School and Albert Thurston, TorontQCan-: ,; ,

attended Daytona Beach Junior ada.DISCHARGED .
College.Mr. : Ruth Watkins FLORIDA GRADE "A" ..
.
I
Hill 'l: >' "
Nell Evans, John ,
Edmonson Is the son of '
Jay Rodgers, Dorothy Gossell, ''' '
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmon Charlotte Hayes, Deborah FRY E R S Family Pkg. "

son Bunnell.506 Born East in St.Palm Augustine Street, Lane, Frank Bloom, Red Pow ,Cut-up ,, 5BLb- 19

Florida, he attended Bunnell ell, Nina Spivey, Lacey Hewitt I ', .
Rosa Jones, Mabel Ward.
LEAN JUICYALLMEAT "
High School and received an : ,
AA degree from DBJC. He is

State presently University attending where Florida he Is NOTICE LEGAL AND AUVERTISEMEJ CAM !OF MKHTINO ) STEW a 69

majoring in criminology.The ; TO ELECT ONE MEM7tE'a -
OF HOARD OF StlPKKvisons -
wedding will be an FOR HIMIM UIIAI.VAOE -
event of August 18 at 6:00p. Notice DISTRICT.is hereby given that a U. S. Choice Round Lean Meaty *
m. in the First Baptist special meeting of the ownersof Lb.
land situated in the nimbi Lb.
Church of Bunnell.No Drainage District In FlaglerCounty. STEAK 9C SPARE RIBS 65e
invitations are being Florida, Is hereby call .
ed to be held In the Commissioner's
U. S. Choice Rib
sent. All friends and relatives Room Of the Flagler County World's Best Ground
of the couple are'invited Courthouse, Bunnell Florida onthe Lb.
to the ceremony and re at R 25th o'clock day P.of M. llo\ D. purpose 1967 STEAK ; 95 ception. of electing one member of
the Board of Supervisors for the Family Lean Tender
term of three years and to attend

FINESSE BRIDGE come to before: to such the the other district meeting business that pertaining may STEAK Lb. 690 CUBE STEAK Lb. 8ge

each and
such election
CLUB MEETS .. y ape or Ivwl In the said
.t
..1 ;' fchalTtxr entitled to one I
Two tables of bridge n In person or by proxy In ,
play Tuesday night when the Writing acre of land duly owned signed by for him each in Kraft (Salad Dressing) Borden's (Tall)

Finesse Bridge Club met at said District. Guardians may represent -
the home of Mrs. Roselee Cam their wards Executorsand
eron. Winners were Carol the administrators estates of deceased may represent per- MIRACLE WHIP CANNED MILK

Deen, high and,Mary Broad. sons be and represented private corporationsmay by their officers I Ii
away and Mary Gurnee tied or duly authorized agents.It i I
is ordered that this notice Qt Cans
for second.
be published each week for two 47
The next meeting will be at consecutive weeks in The Flat Jar 6 99-
the home of Mrs. Joan Crews, lea Tribune In a newspaper published
FJagler County. Florl-
Tuesday at 8 p. m.BIRTHDAY .
pate of first publication July Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order Limit ((6)) Please
Is:.A- D. 196T.By .
order of Board of Super-
DATA
visors.ALFRBfi TUCKER,
this week
Happy birthday President. ,

to: Attest O. F. ALFORD, Secretary. Kraft ( ) Delmonte, (Lt. Chunk)
Today Earl Buddy Tay July 13, 10, :tc._

lor, Evelyn Welling, Judy LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ltrpose
Marie Sears. I
IV TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S TUNA
Friday Kathleen' Morri. COITHT/ IN AND FOR KLAfl- I
son, Rita Pellicer. I-F.H PHOI1ATE.COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN

Saturday Charles E. Ma. No. 818. 32 Oz. Cans
IN HE: Estate of
gee,-Elaine Weeks. VINNIB WILSON, Btl. 49,3 89
,Deceased.
Sunday John R. Lebkmg, NOTICE] OF FINAL REPORT "I
Clarence Weaver, Lota Groov AND APPLICATION FOR
DISCHARGE Limit with $5.00; or more food order Limit
er, Donna Mae Whitney. All persons are hereby notified ((3)) Please
Susan Marie that the undersigned as executrix
Monday -
of said estate, has completed ,
Gozdowskl, Mettle K. Pellicer. the administration thereof
and has filed In said court her
Tuesday Raymond Smith, final report and application for
discharge. Objections thereto, if
Pamela Sheeler
Kathryn
far, should be duly filed. After Hawaiian (A..t. Flavor) Giant Size (Liquid)
Perryman, Zena Marie Hunter. filing proof of publication showIng -
Marianne this notice has been published -
Wednesday once a week. for four consecutive .
Kveton, Vicki Davis. weeks the matter of approval JOY
of said report and the ordering PUNCH
of distribution of said
estate will cone before the
r:; cont. "
O. F. ALFORD First ,publication on July 13th, 22 oz d
Registered 1s. HfjTBLLA ADAMSAs 46 oz. on Btl 59 f'
executrix of said 3
Real Estate Broker .state.UtLAMDB.fHAW Cans .,," '

Bunnell I, Florid Limit (2) Please ,
Bunn.U. Florida Attorfor Xxeeutrlx ," ."
.A4 ----- July II. 7a. It.. Au*. I, --- ----
- I Bakery Produce Frozen Foods '

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ON TIME iv..fr_ (Ree.) Golden Yellow At. Flavors : ,

501 BREAD, BANANAS, -fW ICE MILK

CERTIFICATES 5 Leavies............ 95e U .....................u XU9 Vt G.l......:........ S9c'

VOUIMA MINIMUM S&M -. DAD 20 a*. Lowvs Jumbo Yellow White) Master Ch.

COUNTY MMIWABLE AUTOMATICALLY' BREAD, ONIONS > IYCH FttlE3

NMIONAI.BANK.. 4 For............_...,. 2 Lb.......:..........u Zge 2 Batt. "-
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PIa. "' ...., 171 w. a, ii?;; Glut .. ,
01.-.1> .,..... rt..w. BREAD R.4, i.o c. XhIa (Pre_> MaL2ge ..
*" fHtCKEN PARTY

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6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS, JULT '1:?, 1951 '

LeGAL ADVERTISEMENT
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT WOMEN IN '
-' VITAL
IN Tin CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- PRESSURE GROUP KILLS
K\TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK IN THH CIRCUIT COURT FOR AIR FORCE,
FLORIDA. 1W AND FOR FUAGLEIl COUNTY, VLORI.

"NO.'LAUL.ICOUNTY 0036 CIVIL DA. :ACTION NO. .... GAME MANAGEMENT AREA The vital role oof WAF-

SPECIAL NOTICE MASTEI8ALE OP!! LELAND ROBBS.Plaintiff: Women in the Air"Force in

j CITY OF FLAOLER BEACH a *' our 'country's defense la having .
municipal corporation existlngunder GLORIA ROBBS COUNTY increased influence in future -
the law of the State of Defendant. FOR FLAGLER
Florida. Flagler County Florida AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT- Defense Department

Plaintiff vs NO PROPERTY A public meeting at the to the clock on the courtroom planning, according to Ser

CERTAIN LANDS upon which GLORIA ROBES courthouse last Thursday wall.showing that even it had geant Dick Maves, Daytona
assessments are delinQuent county
special 207 Elm Street. recruiter.
within the municipality\ Ithaca, New York. night was attended by not yet ,been adjusted to daylight Beach Air Force
of Flagler Beach. Florida, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- saving ime.
Some cameto
Defendants FIED that an action for divorce over 100 persons. In the next fiscal year WAF
TO THE DEFENDANTS HEREIN has been filed against you the listen others to voice their In all sincerity, it Is easyto enlisted ranks will increaseby
AND ALL OTHERS' WHOM: Defendant, and you are requiredt and against a the Game
opinions for that 'both the
IT :MAY CONCERN serve a copy of your written see 1,000 which reflects
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN defenses, If any to tt, on the proposal to place approxi Commission and the local need for qualified woman to
that the undersigned SPECIALMASTER Plaintiffs attorney, whose name mately 85,000 acres of Flag hunters have points In their Once
of the Court and address Is: serve in the Air Force. ,
Seventh; Judicial C tt.I andfor WILLIAM W. JUDGE ler timberland in the handsof favor. Is It reasonable to believe WAF served at only a handfulof
Flagler County, Florida un- 116 South Palmetto Avenue the Game and Fresh Water that the establishmentof
bases. This is no longer
der, pursuant to and by virtueof Daytona Beach Florida 32014
a Final Decree of Foreclosure and file the original with the Fish Commission. Under the a game management area true, according to Sgt. Maves.
entered In the above entitled Clerk of the above styled Courton would be
the land
In
proposal bring
I cause, pending In the Circuit or before the 24th day of would probably The list of ,bases, to which
Court Seventh Judicial Circuit, July A.D. 1)67, otherwise a turned into a game manage many hunters from all partsof they may* be assigned Is
In and for Flagler County, Flo judgment may be enteredagainst ment 'tarea. The lands In quest the state making it more Increased and is still
rida. No. 603 will, at 11:00: you for the relief demanded greatly
on Tuesday, the In the Complaint or Pe- tion are (roughly described as difficult to maintain abundant growing. WAF specialties also
; Ctato"July, A.D., 1987, at tition. that area north and northwestof and guarantee personal than ever
the front door of the Flagler WITNESS my hand and the game offer more variety
County Court House, Bunnell, seal of said Court on the 16th state road 100, extendin'gInto safety But on the other hand before.
Florida, offer for tale and will day of June. A.D. 1967. St. Johns county and westto wouldn't these people spend

highest sell at bidder public and auction best to bidder the Clerk.GEORGE Circuit M.Court MOODY of the St. Regis tract. their money locally for'ammunition WAF work in administrative -

j for cash, all late right, title, Flagler County FloridaBy Presiding over the meetingwas gasoline, camping personnel, medical, den
Interest and of the Defendants III Janice Murray
Certain lands upon which As Deputy Clerk a panel of wildlife experts equipment, and other hunting tal, supply and communications -
special assessments are delin- June 22. 29, July 6, 13--4tc. Including Dr.O. E. Frye, supplies? career fields, to name a

quent Flagler within Beach.the Florida municipality and all of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Jr., Director of the Commis How does the Issue stand few of more 'than 100 jobs'

parties or persons bound by saidFinal sion; Lt. Jim Reed; Central (now? Well, a game management open !to women.
Decree In and to the' following -
IIIDH FOR VOTING MACIIINE
described property, situate REQUESTED Florida Region Commissioner area according to Com ,The WAF program Is opento
lying and being in the County The Board of County Commissioners H. W. Ashley, and others. missioner Director Frye must school graduates between .
of Flagler, State of Florida, high,
of Flagler County, Flor- .
to-wlt: ida. Is Interested in receiving; Commission experts present.ed' have the cooperation of local the ages of 18 +and 27.

PARCEL NUMBER THREE sealed bids for One Ten Col- the proposal by+ pointingout citizens to be successful furthermore Applicants must qualify on a
Beginning at a point 40 feet umn Fifty Row Electrically Op- that in he continued the
-
( !they were possession ,
North and 25 feet West of erated (combination Electric and mental and physical exam
the\Southeast cornet of the Manual) Vertical Type Voting of survey statistics taken Commission has several areas before being considered.
North Half of Tra.ctlo: run- :Machine. with front readingcounters. over the years from other of the state where manage

West ning North 214 feet 88, thence feet, thence South Bids will be received until game management areas ment areas tare wanted and Young ,women interested In

58 feet, thence Bait 214 feetto 9:00 1987, A.at M.the Monday office of August the Clerkof 7, throughout(the state which reveal are', being supported by /the serving with the Air Force

the point of beginning; in the Circuit Court Flagler marked Increases In public. "Commission attention should contact Sgt. Maves at
the North Half of Tract 10,
Block D, Section 11 Township County Florida. Courthouse, Bunnell' game population In areas already and fund should be devoted 620 N. Rldgewood Ave., Daytona -

r' 12 South Range wi' The board reserves the rightto under the program. Emphasizing to those/ areas first", Beach, Fla. or telephone
Eestln the Bunnell Development
\ Company's Allotmentas reject LOUIS any and M.TEFLtKf all bids,* that all game belongs Frye said. 253-9671.

per plat tiled with the Chairman Board of to the public, commission ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of County Commissioners --
officials said that under
Flagler County, Florida.
Flagler County, Florida
PARCEL NUMBER FOUR the management program,
Beginning at a point 25 feet ATTEST: purchase of a permit would
West and 214 feet North of g mE M MOODY, Clerk
.
the Southeast corner of the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS insure the right for all persons
North Half of Tract 10 OF FLAGLER COUNTY /to have a place to hunt :
FLORIDA 18-20-2tc
Block D, running West 214 July The state would furnish the THIII.
feet, thence North 58 feet, .
thence East 214 feet, thence LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTTO county with an additional :
South58 feet to the point of Wildlife Officer and a game '
beginning In the North Halt WHOM IT MAY, CONCEHNl
of Tract 10, Block D, Section Beginning as of July I, 1967. management official to patrolthe
11, Township 12 South, any Indebtedness Incurred by area. The plan was givena
Range 31 East In the Bun- anyone relating to propertyknown
nell Development Company's as THE KENTUCKYMOTEL solid endorsement by com-
\'I' Allotment as per plat filed & GIFT SHOP, locatedat misson officials. r
if 2000 So. Ocean Shore Blvd. "- '.
with the Clerk of the Circuit YOU
f
I Court of Flagler County, Flagler Beach is not to be When It was revealed that j .,. ," -
Florida. charred to or assumed by E. V .. :;
-
r or Gladys'Taylor, former-owners" ,plans were set aside the areaU ,' .S'I.''' '.Sf' : S
PARCEL NUMBER FIVE and operators east of Interstate 95 for still
Beginning at a point 98 feet July 13, 20, 27, Aug. 3, 4tc \ '
North and 25 feet West of hunters, opposition came froma
I the Southeast corner of the dog owners association who
North Half of Tract 10
: Township 12 South. Range
'
running North 68 feet thence 31 East In the Bunnell Development had retained Attorney James The Fiftieth
West 214 feet, thence South Company's Allotment Tucker to present their case Flagler Anniversary
58 feet thence East 214 feet with
C'rer: oflahe: to !the commission. A
to the point of beginning; In the Circuit flamboyant
the North Half of Tract 10. Court of Flagler County, oration pleading with the
:Block D, Section 11, Township Florida commission not to discrimi- Committee takes this of
I 12 South. Range 31 The said I property as aforesaid means expressing -
East in the Bunnell Development being sold to satisfy said nate against dog owners was
I Decree subject to any and all
Company's Allotment made Tucker. Officials
by. explained
valid prior
mortgages liens and
as per plat filed with
the Clerk of the Circuit of encumbrances and rights that their plans for to the-
our appreciation''
Flagler County, Florida., A.DATED D. 19B7.this 23rd day"of June the still hunt area weN ,considered

PARCEL NUMIIER SIX GEORGE M. MOODY. because of the hazard
Beginning at a point.25 feet
West and 15S feet North of Clerk of the Circuit Involved when dogs run deer
I Court In and for Flag- several hundred
the.,Southeast peoplewh actively
corner of the '
North Half of'Tract'10. running .le.r County*Florida i>' onto (the Interstate highway -
(Official Seal
At about this of the
West 214 feet thence CHARLES TINDELL point
North 58 feet, thence East Professional Arts Building meeting, several local hunters
214 feet, thence South 68 feet P. O. Box 608
to the point of beginning: Bunnell Florida leveled their big verbal guns participated in planning and
In the North Half of Tract Attorney for Plaintiff at commission officials with
U, Block D, Section 11, July 6. 2tc. one blast after another being '

I fired at them. putting on the four day-celebration.

Some questioned the authen

ticity of the state's game count

THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE figures law,,their and gave ability major to enforcethe credit Special thanks go, also,I to the following -


ROBE T L., HANNAH for the increase in game to .. ,
the screw-worm eradication "

t FUNERAL HOMES w program of several years ago. > :

At one point an official asked '
Dedicated: to dignity. service and economy. Lowest, cost,
'
local hunter
a !to raise his
by far in the entire area on any service of your choice. right hand and repeat a

statement the hunter had BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBUNNELL '
We Invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.
made about a large numberof v

4 U. S. HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH doe deer, that had been HIGH SCHOOL BAND
, killed In
CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE another manage
ment area in the state. The
hunter CHURCHES OF FLAGLER COUNTY
obliged him by raising

his hand and repeating

the statement. Jokingly, com CITY OF BUNNELL ,
mission official Reed accused I ,

DISTANCEZ When you ;;, local hunters of resisting progressive CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH' '' :

\ "IETGEORGE changes, and pointed

.
COUNTRY CLUB I S S
The price of eggS is expect.

MEANSNOTHING r ed to be about five cents a
: .
FLAGLER CATTLEMENS ASSOCIATION M':: ': .
DO 11! dozen less the rest of this *> "
rei'' ( ,
;
.V9.r year than last year due to I
t1\). FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB *" ',: \
W. Pay Postage Both Way heavy production, the Depart. a

Use BF''Save.By-Moil"Service ment of Agriculture predicts FLAGLER TIMBER 'GROWERS ASSNJ

OM sills iMtit rJMl f..bf i 5.4 CM 4ifch bM b Ik MtlMlMANCH ', ,.

ROY'S IDLEWOOD CLUB : '

STEAM CLEANING SERVICE '
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MOBILE HOMBS PAGEANT COMMITTEE ,t' .
TUB ROOFS sad 9IDIMOSG ,
: ;".,f' _I
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araat ed to Kill MIMwAIR
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CO'VDITIONBfUCABmrrBK NEWS MEDIA AREA -j.ND-' ,
: NEWSPAPER r
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N, :F: 'LIo.YUIIfOM DO s r saR90 sad PAINTING r*:
OAUr .
N. i.esA A. AFTER P.M. RADIO.
MB. B. :BOKD. I.. UMU .I:1 .$.,

OWCI "H.."of Holly Hdf U.S. *1 at 6th,..... Phone 437-3797

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7 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. JULY 13. 1967 3-PHASE SEASON '

42 FLAGLER COUNTY YOUTHS FOR MIGRATORY


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: GET ;,WORK PERMITS IN 1666 DOVE HUNTING
INVITATION TO DID
TO WHOM: IT MAT CONCERN: have
will a
Sealed bids< will be receivedIn Beginning as of this date any Florida hunters
the office of the Fiscal Room Agent Indebtedness Incurred by anyonerelating Flagler County had a totalof compensation claims to a three-phase season for migra-
Service 17
Florida Forest *
Collins Building, Tallahassee as to Flagler property Beach formerlY'n Hotel 42 young people under 18 Flagler County 17-year-old tory dove hunting during the
Florida. until 1:00 p.m. (EDT) is not to be 1967.68 according to
charged season
to or, as- waitress who had scalded ,
IM'i for the following of securing work a
11 .
July sunned by J. W. Green or :abel years age W. T. McBroom Chairman,
construction Furnishing) all labor and ma M.governed Green accordingly.former operators. Be certificates In 1966, reports leg from hot liquid, during Game and Fresh, Water Fish

sewage. disposal construction, system at Flag of a June 29. July e, IS. 20, 4to Thomas W. Johnston, chair. 1966. She lost 14 working days Commission.The .

ler Recreation Forest Area Service located Flag at' man of the Florida Industrial and was paid compensationand first phase will open
Florida
ler the Tower Site In Flakier County Health or meet the State Board of Commission.This medical costs I totaling October 7 through November
requirements. Full
Florida.other Flans related, specifications Information, for this project will payment be Is an Increase }In the $260.75. She was Illegally em 5. The second phase opens No
and mar be obtained from the Flo- made upon by the completion State Board and.ap of- number Issued as comparedwith ployed under the Child Labor vember 18 to run through De-
rida located Forest Service UeadQuar-four Health and the authorized Forest the 17 Issued In 1965. Law. cember 3. The third phase will
miles tars north of approximately Bunnell US. Service, Jaepactor. "Flagler County follows the Of the total certificates Is. ,be open December 16 through
No. 1, or by writing to the Florida Please lubmlt'bid In sealed statewide trend In this respect sued through County School January 8.Shooting.
Forest Service Collins envelope plainly marked on outside *
Building, Tallahassee. front "SEALED BID ON ," Johnson said. This Increase Superintendent Coy G. Harris, will be allowed
Prospective contractors may SEWAGE SYSTEM TO BE Is attributed mainly to Jr.'s office, 32 were boys. The from 12:00 noon until sunsetof
OPENED JULY 21, 1967"The
submit alternate proposals. Alternate
proposals for this project Florida' Forest Service reserves such federal programs as the 10 girls got certificates: show each open day. Dally bag
will be considered if plans the right to reject any Job Corps and NeighborhoodYouth ed no school dropouts. In the limit for dove will be 12 witha
and specifications are submitted and/or all bids.FLORIDA .
with bid. However, any alter.. FOREST SERVICE programs. 16 and 17 year age group seven possession of two days bag.
Date proposal must be equal to B. C. Leynes, alt.i Johnston emphasized that 'boys were dropouts, six Other rules for migratory
the Florida Forest Service plan July the number of certificates is- having completed the 9th to games during the 1967.68 sea
sued is_ not an accurate count 10th grades. None within the son are as follows: Rail
of Florida's youth labor market compulsory school attendanceage (marsh hen and gallinule),
There are many Jobs suchas range were exempt from open September 16 through
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE farm work or domestic the law because of economic November 24, with a. dally ''bag
work In private homes whereno need or school maladjustment.One of 15 and a total possession of
certificate is required ex- boy had completed high 30. Woodcock opens November
ESTIMATESCUSTOM cept for minors of compulsory school. 11 and closes January: 14
school attendance duringthe Since,the close of the school ,
BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS age with a daily bag of 5 and a
hours when the school is year, a larger number of Flor (total possession of 10 (exceptin
BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES in session. And there are ida's young people than ever the Northwest Region where
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods many minors between the are looking for Jobs. the woodcock season opens
ages of 12 and 18 years work. "Early work experience and November,18 to coincide with
Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, ing Illegally without certifi learning the value of moneyI the previously established op-
cates. The Child Labor Law important tb all these ening of quail season). Snipes
50 Mile Radius provides strict+ penalties for young people," Chairman November 11 through
this and other violations. Johnson said, "but 'as wages December'30 ,with a daily bag
Call Collect 437.3513 Final or continuing actionwas and automation increase the Of'8 and a total possession of
taken on one Injury reported need for the uneducated and
through the workmen's unskilled worker decreases." 16.Hunters will find an extra

one-half hour of hunting included
) in the daily shooting
hours foi' rails, woodcock and
s '
r *
snipe with daily shooting
le s hours'from one.halt hour before .
rr n 5 y
,
sunrise ,to sunset. Prev
ious regulations provided for
sunrise to sunset shooting

only.Waterfowl
I hunting for
ducks, geese and coot-will be
4
? announced later when estab-
," lished by ,the U. S. Bureau of
S ; 1t Sport Fisheries and Wildlife.
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WADSWORTH TEAM

4& I. t DEFEATS METHODIST
\
The Wadsworth Lumber
Company's victory Monday
night snapped a 16 game winning
c streak for the Methodist
Church. The lumbermen defeated
; : the church team 195.
The church team loss was at.
tributed to loose fielding.

B F .,- o.X ., 4. 6y Pq Gary Cowart, centerfielder
for Wadsworth, scored five
4 hits and Kenneth Herring
playing for the church team
had (three hits.
$ The Church team vying for
the "City Championship" will
P
attempt to beat; the W ds-
s rt worth team in what should bea

thrilling game, Monday, Ju
ly 17, at 8 p. m., Bulldog stad.
I a 'x ium. \

SPECIAL GAME i
V' F

t...77R.; TONIGHTMerchandise
'
valued at more
than one hundred dollars, donated
by they Bunnell merchants

will be given away
tonight ,prior to the ball game,'
according to Leslie Pache,
Bunnell Recreation director.
t tI I is 3t Prizes will be given to thelucky

ticket holders attending

"After the hurricane, tonight's game.A .
< Fathers vs. Sons game Is
they brought our 'Son oni tap for the spectators beginning .

,.':"". clear down from Tennessee Other special at 8:45: events p. m. Include

to help out." softball throwing, circling the
:> bates and presentation of the
: .
.)'f t Amateur Softball Asm.
,' You bet we did. That son was one of awards. Don't miss the fun tonight -'

". Q hundreds of Southern Bell specialist w!: brought 8:15 p. m. '

in to make order out of chaos. Gathering
METHODIST TEAM
task forces from all over is a Bell cuMom anytime |j '

.. disaster strikes. SEAT ALL STARS ,.,=t.-

,
'. ', Without men like him, it would take,much In i fifty-five

too long to get everything beck to non*!. Monday ,
And be wouldn't have been Upped for the diet another Church mlnuw.

\ assignment if he hadat boon thf bo*. No wonder 10.0 over the

his parents are proud. Star aoftballefa.
This WM the fist fame 4tfiwiea
a planned for thto waok
in observance of National
j @ Southern Bell Softball Weak.

fc4y Taylor pitching a
food lame tot the Chuiot
team, racked up five hlta. AD9afB
>player+ Henry Bowwt. ,
cored two hit for the nifhtI



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8-THE FLAGLER: TRIBUNE THURS. JULY 13, 1967 CONTESTANTS FOR "' '" _: ,
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FLORIDA CROWN x

PAGEANT WANTEDEntries

are now being ac I
gE ,
cepted for the 7th annual l1
Queen of the Florida Crown
Beauty PageantThe
Pageant will be held at
Jacksonville Beach on Satur

B day, August 26th, and entries
wil be accepted from all over
the 15 counties comprisingthe
Florida Crown. Flagler TribuneBUNNELL
The counties that make up
J it'bt t'' id' the Florida Crown are: Alach- THANK YOU-I would liketo

ay ua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia thank everyone who
Duval, Flagler, Gil- PHONE 437.3282
Christ, Hamilton, Levy, Nassau voted for me Jn the "Bran-

Putnam, St Johns, Su- nams Super Market IGA < Iii : < I
wanne and Union. Favorite Boys Contest". I,

Young ladles aged 16 thru along With Mr. Levi Bran-

'I' 25 are eligible and may be nam, James Alan and about : jLLLT: = -..d ,
J' sponsored by a City, a County
'" ninety other boys throughout
,, or a Chamber of Commercein HASTINGS MATTRESS
','...' the Florida Crown. En. Florida, flew but to
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
-' i' trants will be Judged on beau. California by United AirLines
: ty only. This shall be interp- We visited Disneyland 710-12 Lemon St.
reted to Include figure, face, Palatka Florida
: : Universal ,
Knox Berry Farm,
': :'? t hair, poise and personality. Phone EA 5-916G
Movie (Studios, a harbor
,, There is no entry fee con Furniture Upholtering
..
i
several other
cruise and
,... .' nected with the contest and Repaired & Refinished
iJ
: 1: ;
; 1' the ladies will be places.It .
,
\: :AI'. : > young Mattresses & Box Springs
Florida Crown was a wonderful experience
the
guests of ,
t Made to Order Also Renovated
;
;
\. '.. Council of Chambers of Commerce educational and.
.
'tf. ., .
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..
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"F"' '.&..: ..: w.'t. ::- for the day. ...thrilling Call Laura Morris 437.3233

A Siamese watermelon Bar. In the foreground are In addition to the selectionof ; Again I wish to thank After 6:00 P. M.
grown by Walton Kinney, malformed potatoes grown by a Queen (there will be four the very nice people In PRICES REASONABLE
I Flagler County farmer, weighed local farmers which have runners up who will comprisethe Flagler County who voted BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
55 pounds. The specimenis been added to the unusual Queen's Court and all will .for me, because it was you Just as near as
on display at the Blmlnl display. receive handsome trophies.. who made it possible for Phone Post Office your
Miss Melinda Glennan of "me to win the trip and or
. Green 'Cove Springs Is the make a little freckled faced Drop Us a Card or Call
FIRST SEMESTER BEGINS AUGUST 21 presently reigning Queen and boy very happy. Free Pick-up & Delivery

The first semester of the cation' for admission as soon will be on hand to crown the Thank You,
1967-68 school year at Day. as possible so that preplanning new Queen. Dan Zimmerle
tona Beach Junior College will and scheduling of individual .
begin August 21, officials classes can be completed : ,., .' /.
have announced. before the registration ;;" .; :' :
Orientation and registrationis period. .'\\i!; .. .,
.
scheduled for August: 16 Application forms may be ,:.,: : ;I,:,:,: ,,, N", \ I't,.,:
and 17 with a special late obtained from the DBJC officeof -(.. ,. '\; :'. : :;JI" J-::.

registration planned for Au. admissions, according to a :,' +'.'- ;T.I! : < t, ]'.,

..gust" 22 and 25. college spokesman. '
Area high school graduates
planning to attend DBJC this
fall to file SELECTED FORTECHNICAL
are urged an appll-

TRAINING
J..I

We Make Airman Robert J. McDaniel, 1
son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin .. ti
B. McDaniel of 515 N. Pine St., \1
Our Own Paint Bunnell, Fa., has been select. \

BUY DIRECT-SA ed for technical training at : ,,.,
Sheppard AFB, Texas as a' 4
WilY PAY MOI\M U. S. Air Force aircraft main.

GALLONSLATEX Q mm tenance specialist.
3 PKJ The airman recently com '
Iiiterlor-Kxterlor j| pleted basic training at Am. "pro
arillo AFB, Texas. His new
Free Choice of Coloring school is part of :the Air Train. '
Porch Trim & Deck Enamel milt Command which conducts e O

1) Gallons S If-.98 courses hundreds to provide of specialized the technically 2 -tt: .
iii All Colors V > ,
trained for '
personnel V
;:
.. Gallons S f"69 the nation's aerospace force. ,- ,j :
./4' Outside White 3> Airman McDaniel is a 1966

OIL BASE FOR WOOD graduate of Bunnell High
School. His address Is A 3/C
R. V. YEOMANS Robert J. McDaniel, AF-12886-
6778020NATIONWIDE 034, S/S 3761, Sheppard AFB, t
FACTORY PAINT Texas 76301.

438 So. U. (t. 1 Hand AT*.
Ormond Death 8 to Si30 Roof tiles made of plasticare

now in use In Japan.rF"R'"EWE a. ?
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