The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
April 13, 1967
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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Jze"Flag Lincoln Community

er Tribune High School Band Lincoln

Illinois, will present a band It Happened in Flagler

concert Thursday April 20 at County 10. 20. 40 years ago 1 I
Bunnell High School.

.... The band Is 'presently on 7 I '

VOL; 55 NO. 15 THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 1967. 52. !.A YEAR tour in Florida and requested j

permission to present their

MRS. BUCKLES program at BUS. 10. YEARS AGO .
Chest XRayScheduled Clarice M. Teters The program will include a :
The third annual
ELECTED DIST.COMMANDER concert choral groups and
I ensembles, with two hundred show for the Flagler Beach
Away students parlclpating. Garden Club 'was scheduledfor
April 13 and 14, Hortlcul-
There will be two one hour
Mrs. Victor Buckles was
April 18-22 elected Commander of the ,Last ThursdayMrs. performances, ,the first
Fifth District of the American a m. and the second at 1:00
members were Mrs Ted Kol-
The Bunnell Lions Club is Legion at the District Constitutional Cia ce M. Teters 44, p. m. in the school gym. haas Mrs. E. Juengling and

sponsoring the Chest X-Ray Conference in Daytona Moody BlV tf., Bunnell passed The public is invited to at. Mrs. T. Crotty. '

protection program in Flagler Beach Sunday. away Thursday, April 6 at tend and there will be no (-)

County April 18 through 22. Mrs. Buckles is the first the Ormofld Beach Hospital. charge for admission. 20 YEARS AGO .

The free service is providedby Born in fcolly Hill, Florida
member of the Flagler County' KINDERGARTENREGISTRATION
Six Inches of rain fell here
the Flagler County Health moved to
she flagler County
American Legion, Post 115 to
Department and the Florida 18 to reside. Saturday April 12 between
years ego
be elected ,to this office. ON APRIL 20
2:00 and 6:00 and
p. m. was
State Board of Health in co the
She war a. member of
operation with the SpaceportArea The fifth district is comprised First Baptist Church of Bun All children in the county reported to have been the
heaviest In that
Tuberculosis and Respiratory of seven counties' located precipitation
nell 'and the\ Veterans of For who will have'their! fifth birth-
Disease Assn. In northeast Florida eign War Auxiliary.Funeral day on or 'before December 31, short of a period ever exper

Every citizen Is urged to geta /with 'thirty six posts from held 1967 will have to register for fenced here,
Cervices were
chect x-ray while the unitis Fernandjn Beach south to Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at Kindergarten on Thursday, As a result, potato and other .

in the county. Brevardintr.: the, First Baptist Church of April 20.Registration. vegetables were either

The following is a list of locations Alt! the meeting ,Sunday, Bunnell vl h 'Rev. Charles D. will be at 7:30 washed up or covered with

dates and hours the George Doane Jacksonvilleand Anders otn 1aUng. Interment p. m. in the Bunnell High water and growers predictedan

mobile unit will be in your Fred McLaren,, DeBary followed \t the Espanola School Cafeteria. almost total ,loss of plant.
vicinity. The various aspects of the ings. i
were elected fifth district Cemetery.She .
Flagler Beach Post Office executive commltteemen. is survived by her husband kindergarten program will be
The Civic Center lake had
discussed with the
18 12.3- Millar her Mrs. parents
Tuesday April ; mother
registering students for the overflowed its banks and had
Espanola Coolers Tuesday, Routine sConducted Bertha MJUfhew of Favorita; 1967-63 session. Inundated a part of the Cary
5 8. two stepjis, James A. Tet-
April 18 Both parents mothers and er Section.
ers Ormoi t] and Benjamin R. j
Flagler Beach Post Office fathers attend
are urged to
Wednesday, April 19, 123. At Teters Madrid, Spain; one the orientation program. 40 YEARS AGO ". .
brother of
James Mlnchew ,
Korona White Eagle Wed. Bunnell. Parents who have questions The Tribune carried a double r

inesday, April 19, 58. Board 'Meeting Active pallbearers were concerning the kindergarten page of the semiannualsale ( (
Bunnell Court House Thurs. Shelton Frank program, are asked to call theprincipal's
Barber, Rego, of the Bunnell Mercantile I
day, April 20, 12.3.. Dr. John M. Chevrette, Daniel Jon,5ton, Curtis Rodgers office, 4373262. Company, Flagler Coun

Bunnell, Charlie's Bar, physical education consultantand David Garrett and Dave SCHOOL FAIR.PTA ty's largest, store and these i

Thursday, April 20, 58. Benton F. Clifton school Perryman. THURSDAY NIGHT are a few of the ads thafajHpeared
Bunnell Court House Fri health consultant of the State Honorary pallbearers were : "* \

day April 21, 123. Department of Education. Dewayne Metts P. A. Edmon- Everyone is invited to the '

St. Johns Park CommunityHall Tallahassee presented a physical son Hlriah DOxrance, Gene School Fair Thursday (tonight Gingham, lOc yd.Men's If

Friday April 21, 58. fitness program to the Barber Jofl" Rice and Clifford ) at 6:45: at the Bunnell Shirts, 59c Blue each.Chambray work I i

Bunnell, Charlie's Bar,'Sat Flagler County Board of Pub. HlgglnbotP\jn. High School.
72x90 double bed sheet
urday April 22, 101. lie Instruction at the April 4 Craig FuVral Home of Bun. Projects of students, grades each.
Bunnell Civic Center Sat meeting of the board. The nell was lit charge of arrange. kindergarten through twelve
Double bed cotton blankets89c
urday April 22 25. State Demonstration Centers ments. will be on display In the cafeJteria each. J

School Physical, Fitness Pro. classrooms. and gym.Tiasium .
: ( ".... :" (My; hoW time changes.
SWCD SEARING"1 vewinwThe
Is for
"gram''presented a project:
BUNNELLGENERAL '. everything including prices!
that will focus attention on Parent-Teachers meet-
HOSPITAL schools recognized by the Ing will commence at 7:30: p.
The Bunnell City Commissioners
ADMI'ITEDRIchard Phillips State Department of Education POSTPONED m. in the school auditorium designated April 18 to

Crown Point, Ind.; Hattie 'as having outstanding with Allen Reynolds, president
The Flayer\ Soil and Water 22 as Clean Up Week, during
of educa presiding. Officers for
Battles, Crescent City; Georgia programs physical which time the commission
Conservation District's Con
tion. the 1967.68 will be in
Love Maryville Tenn; year
servation f ,gram and Speaking asked all residents to clean
Mary Kunzman Ormoncl The board accepted the bid stalled. the rubbish from their premises .
Contest scheduled for Fri
Beach; David O'Neil, Atlanta, of $76.00 submitted by W. J. Following the 'Installation
place It in a barrel, box
day April 2i alt 1:30 p. m. has
Ga; Phil Gaffln Versailles, KInney for a parcel of land been postponed until April of officers a program will be or any container or pile it at
Ky John Brumer, Frank Williams in St. Johns Park. presented which includes a I
the side of the street where ,
24 at 8 p. \. Fashion Show
Joan Parrlsh Marie prepared
Accepted a bid of $3,03722 The pro WM will be held the garbage wagon could eas
the Home Economics
Janecki James W. Bennett from the Bunnell Motor Co in the Butyell Civic Center ily get to it.
all of Flagler Beach; Helen and a physical education I
for a school bus chassis. Auditorluijt with the following .
Morris Cecelia GIes, Claude Other action of the board planned\ eVe1ts.Opening demonstration.PTA The mayor zoned the town
Barrow of Bunnell.DISMIS6ED included: Membership cards will and placed each zone under

: William Jones, Hired Robert Durrance 'as a Chairman remarks A. B. be available for those who the supervision of a captain t
Board of
Larry Buono Jeythre Barber, school bus driver for the Johnston have applied, but have not who endeavored to enlist the

William Jones Kaitherlne DBJC route and Mrs. Janet Supervisor Conservation Jingle Con. received their cards, Mrs. cooperation of residents In his I
Harris, Jennie Ressler Harold Mike Stefllk membership zone.
Cummins as a school aide at "
test Elemjtaiy School Stu-
Jones, Carnie Lynn Jon chairman said today.
the Flagler Beach Elementary
dents. All citizens
good were ex
Knight, Peggy Malone, Ronald
Herring Georgia Love Delores School. Conservation speaking Contest W. W. DEEN APPOINTEDTO pected to respond to the slogan
Kenneth Herring was rehired -
High School Students.
Jones William
Welling, WilLiam
as Supervising Principal
Awards 1\1 Jingle Contest, CITY". I
Tubman Charles Stevens at Bunnell High School, for Supervisor Valton Kinney. W. Deen of Bunnell, has
Andrew Zalewski Arthur the 1967-68 school NOTE-Times haven't
year. Presentation of Banker'sAward been appointed to the Boardof
Boatwright, Jack McCabe, Granted a leave to WalterS. to flagler County'sOutstandinR Florida Inland Navigation changed in this respect,

Phil Morris General Supervisor, Conservation District by Governor Claude' as our present city com

to attend a leadership confer Farmer for 1066 Charles Creal Kirk. missioners have a beauti-

ence for Instructional material President o* tizens Bank and Deen will serve as commissioner flcation project underway
NATIONAL LIBRARY supervisors in Winter Park Supervisor I 01 Deen. from Flagler County! to and are being assisted: by

WEEK APRIL 16.22 April 2425. Presentation of Service the eleven county district, Mis. L. E. Wadsworth who

National Week will Averley Brown guidance Awards to Supervisors Super which includes an area from has volunteered her time
Library director was granted permission to the worthwhile pro
be observed communitiesall visor R. W- Deers.BUNNEI4 Duval to Dade counties.!
by to! participate in the He succeeds O. F. Alford gram. All residents are
Florida and the
over 1622. nation of- Guidance Seminar, with expenses LIONS who has served on /the ,board urged to pariclpate in the
April Purpose to be matched by the for the past twentyeightyears. cleanup, palntup and
the observance Is to stimulate
State Department of Educa ELECT OFFICERS plantup activities to help
reading and the use and
beautify our city for the
of libraries in tlon.Agreed and election of
port our com !
to employ the fol. forthcoming fiftieth anniversary
munities. Each citizen will be officers for the ensuing year
lowing instructional personnel celebration of our
asked to read at least held at MEET MONDAYThe
one education was the Tuesday noon
for the adult County In July.
book during' the program classes: Thomas Breland, meeting of \pe Bunnell Lions American Legion Post Lets all Join In the ope-

The state NLW committee Charles O. Butler Leroy A. Club. 115 will meet Monday, April ration "Clean-up" and

chairman, William C. Macln- Hunter, Mrs. Eetelle Thomas Elected w fep.: A. Edmonson 17 at 8:00: p. m. at the Bun- really make "BUNNELLA

use has organized a committee Mrs. Marguerite Young. pre l in every county in Florida. first vice president; M. B. ACM the .
Appointed John A. Qegg to ft* ensuing year.
Mrs. France Wadsworth is fill the unexpired term of Mr. Fuller, 2nd vice president; Commander Floyd Hurl will

the Kxecative Director for Ferryman who resigned from Jack Holt 3rd vice president pn Ie.
Flagler County. Others elect d k luded ;Jack
the Junior College Advisory All port members are urged
:MN. Wadsworth and her committee. degg, secytr,.s, A. W. Tucker to attend.
committee members will endeavor lion taster; Buddy Wads Special Permit

to inform every citizen worth, taU twister' ; Fred DONKEY SOFTBALL GAME
of our county about the needs Fruits and C H. Church were FRIDAY APRIL 21 Flagler County's50th
of our libraries and about the anniversary committee named to tAe board of directors

challenge of reading. reports :300 buttons have been to slv e with Walter The Bunnell Band Parents

Flagler County has two pub sold and they have 800 mere Morris, TV fc LQMen and Association i. sponsoring a

lie libraries to serve the residents to sell. The buttons an soM George MotPty.A Donkejr Softball Greg, Fri-. Anniversary

4be Flagler Beach Pub- to the men who desire to ldeanshaven .. W. Tty r, chairman> of : p m. at
lie Library and the City of and not, flow the COIIUftl ;e to raise funds dcAddtntlute.7:80 July 1,1967Lib

BuntMU Public Library. a beard for the fiftieth anniversary for the pfcvirfda Foundation Tickets my ,be obtained

Seventeen counties in Florida celebration, and also for ttte BlM> reported that from any band tudMtt.>Ida'

are without public library to the ladies for special privileges. some merntV'S had not turn. ceeda will be used for the uniform

service. ed in their l1oot1ons. fund

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TIIURS. APRIL 13 19S7 Walter Creal, publicity chair-
FSC Club. Hears
I of the (CHURCH -
J The next meeting
OUj Angler QJrtb luit! { BETH KOCZWANSKI Defendants., Talk On WillsThere club will be Tuesday evening,

INCORPORATED r'f NOTICE OP SUIT April 18. in its clubroom in NEWS
BUNNELL FLORIDA TO: MIECZTSL W' MARION were 71 members and the Municipal building, Flag- i ,
KOCZWANSKIco guests present at the last lear Beach. There will be a
John Moore of the Senior 6
meeting Flagler starting at
1108 Wellington Street potluck supper
LEN WILSON Houston, Texas Citizens Club to hear Attorney o'clock. Those planning to attend CHURCH
James H, Tucker Bunnell, discuss
KOCZWANSKI are asked to bring a covered Flagler ,Beach
BETTE 8, McDANIEL 10959 8. Troy wills. A lengthy questionand dish and table service. Nelson Hoover
News; Editor Chicago Illinois answer period followedthe Reynold
mailing: P, d. Box 249 The club 'furnishes coffee. Church School, 9:45 a. m.
talk In which Tucker
Oaklawn, Illinois
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- pointed out procedures and
Designated newspaper fer all FIED that an action to fore safeguards that should be 3 GAL. FOR $4.50TOP Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m.
Legal AdvertUlag close a mortgage on the follow- Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30
ing property In Flagler County, kept in mind when drawingup QUALITY PAINTIN

Entered as second class matter FloridaBeing part of Tracts 7, 8. a will. YOUR CONTAINER pm.Men's Club meets the first
and 9 :f Block B of Section 4. It was! reported that the'
Yeomoni Ormond Beach
February C, 191, at the post- Township 13 South Range 31 R. V. Monday of each month at
club had taken In two new
office at Bunnell. Florida, under East, according to Plat of Bun- Corner H..d AT.. IV S. 1 .
7:30 m.Woman's
Act of March S, 1171. nell Development Company Subdivision members, bringing total membership 677-8020 _9 a. m. t. 5i30 p. m. p. of
recorded In Plat Book.1 to 124,. according to Society Chris-
at Page 1 of the Public Recordsof tion Service the 2nd Thurs-

One Year ,..,....,,.,,-' .JiaSU more Flagler particularly County, described Florida, and as /' o day, 9:30: a.; m.CATHOLIC '

Months ......... 'I.M follows: Beginning at the
Northwest corner ,of' the said t
Section 4, as a point of refer- D
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN ence and running thence South PHA.MACT / CHURCHESRev.
2* 46 00" East along the West \THlHUCIimON 'SERY1Ct ,. Fr'Anthony,Leon Pastor
line of the said Section 4, a distance -
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF of 1322,50 feet, thence v 111'1"" ," f" ,, ST. MARTS KORONA,
FLAGL.KH COUNTY FLORIDAIN North 87*' 3}* 00" East, along '
Sunday Mass! 7:30:
the North line of Tract 7 and
LLOYD R. FISH 9. a distance of. s.oo/e to the IT NEVER WAS NECESSARY TO Weekday Masses: Mon.,. Wed.,

Plaintiff point of then I I this description I '.. ... 'and.Friday:at 8l30 .m.
: -continuing
RUTH. vLFIsit North hU 32' r. East along 4 FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL
Defendant the or I Tracts 7 and 'EnJoy.POOR HEALTH Sunday'Masi! 9:00 ajnl
NOTICE TO DEFEND 9. a distance of 737.0 feet to theI4ortbeast -
corner of the West Weekday' Masses Tues. and
half of the said Tract 9. thence *
Ruth V. Fish South 2* 4f 00" East, alongthe Many people seem to "enjoy: Thurs. at 8:30 a.m.
2820 Colerain Avenue East line of the West half of health. would not ST. STEPHEWSiBUNNELL
Cincinnati Ohio -'-- poor'
the said Tract 9, a distance of -
You are hereby notified thata 101981 feet to Northeasterly care,to \< without a cupb rd- Sunday Mass;, 10:30 a.m.
suit has been filed againstyou boundary of the (( foot right- of Weekday Mass: Saturday at
In the above entitled cause: way of the Old Dixie Highway; cut of odd medicines for'ielf-'
and you are hereby required to thence North 70* 03' 8:30 a.m.PENTECOSTAL.
file your answer with the Clerk along the said 'right of way I treatment-some of which may
of this Court, and to serve a
boundary, a distance of 789.08
not t* in keeping with competent -
thereof upon the palntlff
copy feet to the point of curve of a
OP plaintiff's attorney, whose! 1SS' 38" curve to the left: medical'advice HOLINESSRev.
name and address Is: 02,19' West ., John Llngold I Pastor
ROBERT U WILSON Esquire gce rtuJ:
411 South Rldgewood AvenueDay 9.82 feet;I thence North a distance 3* 46' 00'ott .- TI1I The better way u to enjoy fttJ Sunday School, 10:00:'a.'t'in.:

tona Beach, Floridanot 167A West a distance of 716.31 feet / health-by cartful planning. Worship Service, 11:00 aJ m.
later than April 28,
to the point of beginning of this
,, D., 1967. description. Excepting? however/ Consult your Doctor irregular Life 'LinerS Service, 6:30p. :
If you fait to do so, decree that part of the South half ,of m.,
pro confesso will be entered the West half of the said Tract intervals;more often if required
against you for the relief de- 9, lying Northeasterly the Evening Evangelistic Serv-
manded In the bill of complaint. Northeasterly, right ofof way He will prescribe only the ice, 7:30.: p. m.,
The nature of said suit being boundary of the Old Dixie Highway preparations that you need-
for divorce. Bearings are' referred to
WITNESS my hand and seal the Magnetic Meridian with no preparations of the highest
of said Court this 23 day of ,
variation offset and parcel contains ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe
:March A. D., 1961.GEORGE approximately 12 acres! quality, such as those from the
M MOODY has been filed against and Rev. Robert 'Stuart
you laboratories of Parke, Davis &
Clerk of said Circuit Court
you and each of
you are required -
Priest In
(Official Seal) Charge
to serve a copy of your Company-prescriptions whichwe
By Janice Murray, written defenses! If any, to It on Morning Worship 7:45.
Deputy Clerk. LELAND B SHAW, Attorney forPlaintiff will be pleased to compound
March 80, April 6.)1-20. 4tc whose address Is Pi O Church School 3:30: p. m.,
Box 296, Bunnell Florida, and for you. The necessity for medication Thursday.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT file the original with the clerkof will pass, and life with' Communion first Sunday of
the above styled court on or .
IV TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF before April 29, 1967, otherwisea abundant health can become !' each month.
judgment may be entered Three miles east of Bunnellon
70CITIZENS against you for the relief demanded pleasure indeed.
BANK OF BUNNELL, In the complaint.S \ highway 100.COMMUNITY .
Bunnell, Florida, ( ) GEORGE M MOODY
A State Banking Corporation, George M. Moody, Clerk,
Plaintiff, Circuit Court '
Flagler County Florida STORE
and MARIA ELIZA March 30, April 6-1J-20 4tc S':' ". BUNNELL FLA. PHONE 437.3325 Flagler Beach

-- ,.... -.-,,_....- -....... .. ... Rev. R. W. Dickert, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.

Worship Service, 11 a. m.

GM Communion every first Sun
srrr1llhjJ day of each quarter.



t :Ie.,. Oliver Taylor. Pastor

Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.

I .Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.

Methodist Youth Fellowship,
6:30: p. m.FIRST .
'S"t? "i- '

; : :
Flagler Beach

K : -L iliti : t' Ir Sunday Max School Hall,: Pastor 945.

Morning Worship: 1100.:

Evening Worship: 7:30.

Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
1 7:30.:

; / {.

Charles D. Anders, Pastor

Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday

1 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
fn te"arseas esass rase5 6:30
p.m. Training Union.

7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.

... p. ..... s 4.. Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer

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FOR Weekly Sermon J 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THI7R&. APRIL 13. 1967


Florida Power Light Com Rey. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor I

pany's Turkey Point Plant de. Bunnell Methodist Church Quantity Rights
velopment has earned a citation Reserved
from the Florida Federation THE MESSAGE OF COD WE GIVE I
of Garden Clubs. The church Is not a mutual METTS ss sTOP

admiration society even Prices GoodThurs.
FPL Board Chairman Mc. though its members can re
Gregor Smith accepted the spect and love each other. ., Fri., Sat.
Certificate of Meritorious Sere There are times: when God's and MondaySUPER ,
ice during the Federation's way is contrary to popular VALUE MARKET April. 13, 14, 15
awards banquet In Jackson. infer
opinion. This Is not to and 17, 1967
ville. that the church will alwaysbe
The award recognizes the at odds with the world, but STAMPS' SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201

electric utility's achievement"In to say that the church represents
so successfully harmonizing God as the leavening
Industrial progress with agent of society.It .
natural beauty 'by' developing would be impossible for
your 1800 acre Turkey the church to please all of its U. S. CHOICE ,
'Point Power Plant site as a members on any one Issue.
wildlife sanctuary, includinga Life is always complex, and
Boy Scout Camp and Public he who says he never speaks CHUCK ROASTlb. 49
Recreational Facilities. A bad about others may remain .
magnificent example of your in silence a great deal of the
'slogan .-. !'Helping Build Florida time. As the conscience of humanity ARMOUR STARSMOKED .
BeautifullyBIRTHDAY /" the church finds as
#II I one of its responsibilities that PICNICS lb. 39

DINNER PARTY', it must often speak clearly to
v V''
the issues of life.
Mrs. Leona Knight entertained This 'could result In the
with a dinner party church benlg accused of meddling FLORIDA GRADE "A" (Cry-Vac)

Wednesday evening at her In Issues which are not
home honoring Mrs. Walter spiritual. Sin, even if!It is popularly Ib.
Cody on her birthday anni condoned, needs to be

versary. spoken against as, a part of
Other guests included Mr. the responsibility of God's
Walter Cody, Mr. Lawrence people to the world. "When
Dahlquist, Bunnell; Mrs. Cuth- Ahab saw Elijah, Ahab said
ill McConnell, Mrs. Paula to him, Is It you, you troublerof Juicy FULL CUT. '
Loveland, and W. W. Lee all Israel?" 1 Kings 18:17. CUBE: ROUNDSTEAK

of Daytona Beach.CLASSIFIED; rclzubrhao-peita Inghthou h STEAK, Lb..:.... : .:................... 8ge Lb........ _.,.J...:.:.'......... 9ge


PUBLIC NOTICE OF !SALE STEAK, Lb................................. 8ge STEAK, Lb..........,_........._....... 5ge
By virtue of an Order .Igned .
and entered under date of the T-BONE $ff09 SIRLOIN

6th Honorable day of T.April.K.1967 McKnlgrht.Judffe by tha. STEAK, Lb...........:.._................... STEAK, Lb................................. 99 e
ADVERTISINGgI of the Flagrler County
( Court. I will offer for Bale the
two-thirds Interest of the Estateof '
Dewey P. Moody, In a one- World's :Best Ground Florida Grade "A" Cut-up
undivided Interest In
RATE 4c per word. Minimum following described real estate Lb. Lb. $tf79
issue $1.00. for cash to the highest and best BEEF 'Z 9ge FRYERS 5
charge per bidder on the 12th day of May ,
1967, between the hour of 11:00
Dozier For Fill Work Dirt,,Shell call and 437.3669 Light, A.M.steps and of 2:00 the P.M.Flagler on the County north U. S. Choice (Round Bone) Pure Pork (Homemade)

Martin Harding or Jimmy Court"A two-thirds House to Interest wit: In an Shoulder ROAST Lb. 69 PAN SAUSAGE Lb. 49
Snyder. 1.12 to 5-26 p. In undivided the following one-half described Interest *

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain .Blocks 104. 105 106 107, 108
fields Installed; Rota Roter Blocks Town of Dunn..llolZbJ 74. 78 and 74 Pork PIG TURKEY

snail shell. Reasonable prices. Town ne Neck 5 ) $4'00 FEET $ f 00 NECKS $. 00 I
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 Ix>ts 4 and-9, Block 2 OUnyThek
8-1-ti Bones I i 4 Lb. 0 3 Lbs. ..
North '% of the NE t,4 .
of the 8E14 and the SWtt
FOR SALE-2 houses on Deen of the NE% of SHU Section .
, 36. Township 11 South,
Road, both for $6,500 with Range 29 East.Murtlce --- ---- ,--

500 down annd.$60 per month. Executrix Hlchardson of the Bstate Moody of Pillsbury Plain or S. R. Dixie CrystalSUGAR Food KingQuartera
Move right In. Barker & Wilson Dewey I). Moody deceased
Tribune Building, Bun 4tc-Apr. 1S-20-27; May 4 FLOUR ( )

nell. 4373262. U
. .:;, I FOR SALE--;39 inch used 5 49c'' 5 Lb. ,
!. ',..:;, rollaway bed, with clean in. The UEQUKST Board of POIl County DID Commissioners Bag Bag 49* 1 Lb. $ flrOO
" tit"' nerspring mattress, $14.50.Jerry's of Flakier County bids 1 with purchaseof ;II' Pkgs. JL
sealed Limit
1 Florida, will receive 1 with purchaseof
.;.,J; .-;.' Furniture & Appli at the office of the Clerk of the $5.00 or more food Limit Please
.Ii ances, Old Dixie Highway, 2 Circuit Court, FlaRler County order. $5.00 or more food (5))
.. Courthouse, Bunnell, Florida, order.
miles south of Korona. Phone ,
until 9:00: A.M.
4373752. April 13-ltc. 1967, for r ::dty.lal.ol\ Florida Grade "A"
barrels of Type 1 cement. Fabulous
;"_, Will do babysitting and lighthouse imate The only above and quantity Is to be Is used approx for FREE MEDIUM
\ work. Call 4392021. Itc tabulation of bids and the Flag FAB I
II' ler County Commissioners reserve EGGS.Doz.
14th the right If they so desire, PLASTIC PAIL .
Increase or decrease this G
10:00: to 5:00, Flagler, Woman's quantity. Quote amount bulk with purchase of Box 4ge .
Club Thrift Shop,, S. Central and be good In bags for per a period barrel. of Did six to Giant Size 3ge F Ft
Ave., at 4th Street, Flagler months. SPIC and SPAN Limit 1 with purchaseof
Beach. Everyone wecome. Itp The Flagler County Commissioners Price $5.00 or more food t
reserve the right to reject @ Regular
and all bids. order.
Beach Three 1-bed room Chairman ,
ler ,
BOARD OF COUNTYPQMMI8SIONRU8 Kraft Vent-Vu BagU. PillsburyWhiteYellow.Choc. I
apts. furnished, 2-bedroom FLAO- o'
home, block from ocean. Good LIDS COUNTY. FLORIDA S. No. 1 .
price for cash. Barker & Wilson GEORGE M. MOODY, Clerk Bottles
J Inc., Realtors, Tribune Board Flagler of County County.CommissionersOf Florida. POTATOESEverfresh CAKE MIXES 3 6ge

Building, Bunnell. 4373282. 2tc-April 13-20, 1987

i .. 10 Lb 49- 3 Boxes $
'Bag "
Kraft (Qt.)

Holsum (Big 28 Oz.) WHIP
(Or Your Choice)

contents of a hotel and 27 motels will bb BREAD BUTTER MAYONNAISEQt.. I

sold at public auction at Dupont Center this Fri- Loaves Jar Jar ;,9 i
4 95e 6ge \
day night at 7:30. and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Limit (1) Please .,

Located on U. S. Highway No. 1, 11 miles Southof '

St. Augustine. Produce Dairy Frozen

Golden Yellow M..tGD'


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CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Fancy Amorkan (16 51..r. j Masts Chef

X. CRAIG Flog Dimeter AVOCADOESX Pkg CHEESE.._._...__... 59' 2U BagFRIES 35* r


cK : ATJ'DoAJn'AMInJI.A C 1 Pan Roadjr Cut-up Fryers $t JO .......... of Light Bulbs I ''I
7-332 $2.00 Purchase of cosmetk or DonUl Supplies 1 Brooan+ or IiIOICITATION I
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Mrs. Rosely Cameron was
high scorer for the Finesse
Bridge Club Monday evening,
when the group met at the
home of Mrs. Dale Brown. i
Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth will
entertain the club at 'her home .

LOCALS$ ? ; next week. g ; a



P. A. (Zip) and Frances FLAGLER BEACH Beginning Sunday, April 16,
Edmonson, Walter and Laura GARDEN CLUB the morning worship serviceat
Morris, George and Virginia The St. Thomas Episcopal
April meeting of the
Church will be at 7:45 a. m.
Moody and Minnie Rudd,
enJoyed -
Flagler Beach Club
Church School will be held
a picnic at Bu.
Stunday held
was Tuesday at the
each Thursday at 3:30 p. m.
low Ruins.
home of Mrs. Prlscilla Me-
commencing Thursday, April
Cabe, with Mrs. Walter; Mesh. 13.
Weekend houseguest of ey hostess.
George and Virginia MOOdywas Officers elected for the 1967- IDLEWOOD CLUB
Mrs.* Minnie Rudd of 1968 year were: Mrs. McCabe, MEET POSTPONED
Jacksonville. Also visiting president; Mrs. Frank Brede,
with the Moodys Sunday were 1st vice president! Mrs. Mesh. The regular monthly meeting LOCAL TEACHERS
Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Bellemareand ey, 2nd vice president; Mrs. of the Idlewood Club scheduled BRIDE ELECT FETED
infant daughter, Michele Frank Schwenk, recording for Tuesday, April 11 WITH SHOWER HOST MEETINGMrs.

of Bradentoo. sec; Mrs. C. O. Magee, corre' has been postponed until Miss Elaine Deen, April Faye ,Rawls, Daytona
Tuesday, April 18 at 8 m.
sponding sec Mrs. Freida p.
; at the home of Mrs. Jimmy bride elect was complimentedwith Beach, left, registers with Mrs.
Visiting here with Dale and Cole, treasurer.In Hargett. a "bridal shower Tuesday Rice at the district luncheon
Rosemary Brown are Mr. and preparation for the Miniature afternoon at the home of Mrs. meeting of :the Delta Kappa
Mrs. Donald Bushey of Albany Flower Show to be held Mike Steflik, Flagler Beach. Gamma honorary sorority Sat
N. Y. next month Mrs. Schwenk IDLEWOOD CLUB AND hostesses for the lovely affair urday at the Bunnell Civic
demonstrated and gave points COUNTRY CLUB WILL ,
were Mrs. Marvin Parker Center,
and basic rules for decorative HAVE JOINT MEETING
Mrs. .Leona Knight visitedin floral and Mrs. Levi Brannam. Hosting the meeting were

South Daytona during the Mrs.arrangements.Magee, president asked There will be a Joint meeting Artistic! arrangements of Mrs. J. T. Hargett, Mrs. H. H.
weekend with her son and all officers and chairmento of the Idlewood Club and white carnations interspersedwith Murray, Mrs. Rice Mrs. W, L.
daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. bring their annual reportsto the Country Club, Tuesday, greenery were placed at Wadsworth and Mrs. Z. D.
Bobby French. May 9 at 8:00 the in the
the next meeting, which p. m. at vantage points spacious Holland.
/ will be held at the home of Bunnell Civic Center. The two living room. Each guest ''attending was
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ivey Mrs. Frank Schwenk. clubs will formulate plans fora Forty guests were served presented with a Flagler
and children of Albany, Ga., dance they will sponsor during refreshments in the family County grown head of cab
spent the weekend visiting ENTERTAINS WITH the Fiftieth Anniversary room of the home which was bage.
here with Herschel and Peggy OYSTER ROAST celebration.Miss attractively decorated In a Forty association membersof
)King. Susan Jane Deen, who green and yellow color the Lake, Seminole, Volusla
Gene and Kathy Knight entertained
owns and Susan's
operates scheme. and Flagler chapter attended.
with an oyster roast Bottle Shop in St.
Cherry Wadsworth, daughterof Augustine,
Saturday evening at, their will ,
her bottle collectionto -
Mr. and Mrs.
T. H, Wads.
home in Haw
worth Is a medical, patient at the group at the May meet-
Thirty-five guests'enjoyed
the Flagler Hospital in St. ing.
the affair with the hosts.

rre I
Weekend guests of Mrs.
Gordon and Maxine Buckles Jennie Newell were Mr. and RENEW YOURDRIVER'S 50 10
had as ,their weekend Mrs. Henry Gourdeau and
houseguests her sister and Nanette and Dennis from '
brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. Tampa. DURING YOUR VOLUIIA MINIMUM $3,000-90 DAYS

Tallahassee. Recent guests of Mr. and NATIONAL
Mrs. E. D Johns were their LOST BANK
Delores Deen spent the son in law and daughters, Black, tan and white male Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada
weekend in Belle Glade visitIng Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holder Beagle, year and half old. Has Ormond Beach. Florida
with her brother and sis man and children, Sandy and collar with address. Reward.
ter in law, Billy and Carol Susie, from Sarasota and Rev. Call Lew Wadsworth, 4373524.

peen. and Mrs. Ellis Turner and son,
V Larry, from Lake City. .
1 Joni Knight: daughter,of Mr.
and Mrs. Eldon Knight broke Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede
her arm Saturday, in a fall visited in Edgewater duringthe
at her home Joni is a patientat weekend with Dr. and

Bunnell General HospitalBUNNELL Mrs. William Kelley. MOTORCYCLECLEARANCE

Weekend guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Creal, E. Lambert
St., Bunnell, were Mr. and
Open C:45-Show 7:15 Mrs. Raymond Gaines, Farm. SALE

FRI., SAT., SUN. ington, Mich Mr. Creal's
brother, Carl, arrived Wednesday
Iwo Mighty Armies Trampled from Palos Verdes BRIDGESTONE n l

Its Valley..A Fighting Family Estates, Calif., to be with the
Creals the remainder of the ULIST
Challenged ;; week. bY

Them BothlJAMES!
Friends of Mrs. Johnny Capo @ $435, PLUS FREIGHT

will be sorry to learn she $AA450

Is a patient at the Flagler I V ,' :r SALE PRICE I ,

Hospital In St. Augustine._ Mrs. .
'j J.,
Capo underwent
surgery I ( .
Monday morning. '

Mr. and Mrs Webb Brooks
have as their houseguests Dr. .
and Mrs. Henry Tetren of SALE PRICE $27000

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannon
of Port St Joe, visited here 1 USED BRIDGESTONE 50 SPORT-6031 MILES
''Sunday with Bill and Freda

Mrs. Selma Patterson has as SALE PRICE 125" .
her houseguest her sister, Mrs.
Leona Joseph and her grand.

otuG MtroIRE'ClENN CORBEl PATRICK WAYNE daughter Vicki Walters of 4
I i Middletown, Ohio.
i ..:....-.' IVCRSAL! rtcTURt- .a
Gayle and Frances Mercerand
I PLUS children of Hastings spent USED, BRIDGESTONE 50 SPORT-3249 MILES

II the weekend here with relatives
; and friends.


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PHONE 437-3322

100 Eust Granndo A\\,


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lb. 49

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Lean Fresh : ,

I I GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $149

__ Lean Western "FIRST CUP'Lyke's ..',

ii PORK CHOPS. .. Jb. 49 ,


HOLD AREA RETREATThe "Sugar Creek" Streak O'LeanFRANKS
Mrs. Sadie Strickland Is Methodist Men of the .

shown receiving a United Deland District will hold a WHITE BACON ,
Daughters of the Confederacy District Retreat' in the Palatka I
membership certificate from Civic Center located in the 12 oz. lb.
Mrs. H. T. Cook, chapter presi Ravine Gardens, beginning' at 3ge 41e -
9:30 a. m. on Saturday, April
(Strickland is the first 22nd, and ending at 5:00 p. m.
Real Daughter to receive Top speakers of the confer Azalea 'SMOKED" (14-16 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
membership in the General ence and others will highlight
Joseph Eggleston Johnston the program with Inspiration.
Chapter. al messages. Dr. Joe A. Tolle,
Mrs. Strickland's father Deland District Superintend. lbm49Q
served in the Confederate ent, will review progress of
Army. the past six years in the dis.
trict. Dr. Claire Cotton of the
RUMMAGE SALE Miami District, will bring the

The Flagler Woman's Club vesper message.
Country-fried steak with all
will have a Rummage Sale at RIB TIPS-NECK BONES-HOG
the trimmings, served family
5 $100 I
the Woman'sCliub Thrift Shop style, will head ithe noontime MAWS-PIG TAILS-PIG FEET Lbs........................ _
South Central Avenue and meal. ,
Fourth Street, Friday, April
14 from 10:00: a. m. until 5:00 ATTENDS SCHOOL REUNIONMrs. Heinz No. 300 CanANDK

p.Everyone m. Is welcome. A. F. Tucker and her BEANS 8 For $400 EVERCANE
granddaughter, Gail Tucker

MELISSA ANN, McGEE accompanied by Mrs Tucker's _. Please SUGAR
brother, Robert Simmons' of Double Luck -- --(Limit 3 )
: McGee
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Palatka attended Mrs. Tuck. CUT N-303
of Waycross, Ga. are born the er's school reunion at Geneva, GREEN BEANS Can IOe 5 Ib. 3ge
parents of a daughter Florida, Saturday, April 8th. Bag
March 25. Mrs. Tucker was one of See-All '2 lb. 4 oz. Pkg.
She is the granddaughter of twelve students that attended LONG Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hughes of. classes six months of each GRAINGiant RICE '390
Homerville, Ga., former residents
year in the log cabin Ithat was
of Bunnell. built in 1900. SizeJOY
Also attending the get-together
was the school teacher, 490 Kraft "Half Moon" LonghornCHEESE
AI'1'I.Y TO THE FLORIDA Miss Farnell of Oviedo
!STATK 1007" .'01'-LFOISIJATUIIK TUB PAS1AGE! ov OKLOCAI Thirty guests enjoyed an Frutaste (Ass't. Flavors) % Gal.
old fashioned dinner servedon

of the Intention to apply to the 10
Legislature of the State of Flor-
ida at Its regular cession In the HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Pkg.FROZEN. 45-
year 1967 for passage of a special -
or local bill or law, the ub- THURSDAY-David Chase, CHASE & SANBORN
stance of which contemplatedlaw Dzioba.FRIDAYSophie.
la an act authorizing the Nancy
Board of County Commissioners SmIgielski, COFFEE
of Flagler County Florida, to
Ethel Holden, George W.
fix, change and port the speed FOODSMrs.
or wake zones for all boat or Haines, Rem Murray.
other water traffic other than a SATURDAY Jack Adams, 1 Tin 4ge
seaplane on the waters of Flag- Paul's 9 oz. Pkg.
ler County, Florida; providing Walt Daughtry, Gloria Anne
penalty providing for for violation te posting thereof or; Bass. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FISH STICKS Each 3ge
signs of such speed or wake SUNDAY-William Jaisle.
tones, repealing all laws in conflict MONDAY-Florence Schwenk,
herewith; and providingwhen Frosty AcresORANGE 6 Can
this law shall take effect Ken Whitney, Herbert Pelll- oz.

Date Clerk:tcfJgE12M.19ODY Circuit Court TUESDAY cer. -Capt Sisco Deen. FRESH PRODUCE JUICE 4 For 4ge

Flagler County, Florida. WEDNESDAY-Donna Marie
April 13. Itc U. S. No.1POTATOES
Filkins, Jay Tilton.
Iba. Kansas Queen

STEAM CLEANING SERVICE Our heartfelt thanks to all
Fresh Ky.BEANS. FLOUR539c
MOBILE HOMES who extended comforting
TILE ROOFS and SIDINGS sympathy and help in our recent ""
Guaranteed t* Kill Mildew sorrow. For the beautiful S 190
AIR CONDITIONERS floral offerings and other :
CAnPBNTBIl and PAINTING kindnesses, we are deeply Crisp
MR.CALL R. BOND AFTER Flagler 6H>0 P.M.Beach grateful. Stalk Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 1
Clarice L. Taylor CELERY
Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794 and Kenneth S. Taylor

Flagler County Insurance. .!

I Agency Inc. It a,t

All Forms of Insurance
18C North Bay street -:- PH* '43741171Buitnoll Phone 4370227


BONDS 8100 .-..-ItOO p....

Quantity Riffltto ....rr-.t Pries Good April 13, 14, li i, 14 and 17, 1M7
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.RESPIRATORY ASSN, teer Director of the Chronic range goals to meet the needsof 6-THE FUIGLEH TRIBUNE THURS APRIL 13. 1967
Obstructive DI. the
Pulmonary area.
I WILL MEET MAY 7th sease Survey. The pubic Is Invited. Res. .,A
IN DAYTONA BEACHThe The speaker will report on ervations may be made by "r' jet f
I first annual" meeting of (1) the pilot project In pulmonary calling the headquarters office '
the Spaceport Area Tuberculosis function screening; In Daytona Beach, 252. Announcing -
and Respiratory Disease (2) future programming in 3641 or the branch office In .
:. Association (Brevard, Flagler respiratory diseases; ((3) long Cocoa, 6365636.
and Volusla Counties)will beheld The opening of the Flagler Beach
i May 7, 1967 at the Dobbs
House Inn In Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Levi Brannam,Bunnell, COMPLETE BARBER SHOPM
Is a member of the executive I

I committee. TREE SERVICE Located. on Highway AlA (Across from the ier)
The--speaker will be Anthony
I ,
J. Puleo, M. D., Volun- .
I Tree Trimming Cutting ';' Open 9:00 a. m. til 6:00: p. m:, ,

1 :" 3 G FOR:' 9 4.95INTERIOR '
I .. or EXTERIOR and Hauling Away Weekdays
: (Plus TV Stomps) Martin Harding and Jimmy Snyder '

MARY CARTER STOIRD PHONE 437-3669 Closed All Day Wednesdays
834 MASON AVE. Pit. 233-O1U
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I in one glorious combination! That's what you get in a '67,

J1:: : Buy now Fairlane or Falcon Both 'of 'em are full of Ford's better ideas

H' for '67. Fairlane gives you big-car room and performance'

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Featuresl! I II
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Big savings on the beautiful Ford : )
Fafrtene, Falcon and ever:: o*'1tr model
..,. in the '67 Ford line. -
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7-'TUE : THUBS., APRIL 13. 1967NAVE to reject any and all bids.


OPENSNEW p1et. system, with or without BOARD Chairman Of: COUNTY When you


at h-office Monday e May l, 1N7 ATTEST:
''U. S. Navy announces'the Circuit Coup Fla Clerk of the GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk

opening of their new recruiting Courthouse The Board, Bunnell.ler Florida County; Board Planer of County County CommissionersOf Florida. MEANS GEORGENOTHIUG

offices at 618 North reserves the right 2tc--April 11-20, 1967 DO IIP1W

Ridgewood Ave., Daytona !

Beach. .

*> Pay Postage Both Ways


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Many Lovely Items For Sale .1'=.'. EI

NOTICE OF SUIT rr I ;10., ,
STATE Will Buy At Good Price. ht UUN OFFIC tIt

OF FLORIDAf Look Through Your Attic j ,t.t /.cA if. 1

known.Residence and" address, un- Phone 437-3285 a e* I\\\ '''' BRANCH: O ICII"HH1fH llHllr U$. Its 1.. eth Sfreal

You are hereby required to
file with the Clerk of this Court, I
your answer to the Bill of Complaint .
filed herein against you r J\
in the above styled cause on or I
before April 25, 19(7, and nerve ,
a copy thereof upon BERRIEN

BECKS whose, plaintiff's address attorney 1st 119 North herein ; Dear Friends, and Neighbors:

Rldgrewood, Avenue,. Daytona,
Beach .Florida, "FLAGLER TRI I want to thank each of you for your vote and support in returning "
BUNE" Is hereby designated as '
the newspaper in which this order me to the office of your State Representative. It 'w... a very
shall be' published once a a
week for four consecutive weeks. hard fought, clean campaign and I want t o congratulate"Mr. Ken
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WILL BE ENTERED. **- :'#;Ji Rat for the manner in which the campaign was conducieH;: I ,am veryvl 'j .,

FAILURE.The proud of all. the people in our four County District and'Pwill'jcertainly; "
nature of this suit Is a I \

bill WI for N Srcy hand and seal C '.:..l.\$? try to give you the highest quality of representation that , right; f j I

at unne 1, Flagler fully deserve and are entitled ,to.* t ...I
Marc ? y
Florida, this 16th, day of :

A. IOEOR&& 1[. MOODY Clerk .'4 :, Thank you from a very grateful person."GATOR" :t';' .:

Circuit Court, Flagler i I
County Florida .
By Julia R. Harvey, \ '
(Official Court Seal) -

Deputy Clerk. BECK.
March 23, 30. April 8, 13, 4tc .



Civil No. 68

In Re: Change of Name of

a minor 'T



Residence and +
Address UnknownYou

Are 1 Notified hot
a Petition Change
Name of the white female,

by the and was minor 17 LUCILLE filed child day are in,of JULIE the hereby March ANN above KAY, commanded A.WILKINS cause LUSKO.D. 1967 on, :}low To Make A Fortune .

to b eunamed appear In the above- "r.
Court on or before the 17
day of April, 1967, to show S < '
cause, If any there be, why-the Wrfting ongs )
Petition for Change of Name
should not be granted.
DATED this 17 day of '.
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of the the road to financial success .
Chris Kllper as unnecessary. the next 60 seconds I will tell you the most Im- THE TAPE RECORDER -YOUR BEST FRIEND '",
Kindly govern yourself accord portant step the step you must take to open THE SECRETS TO SUCCESS Every songwriter knows that the tape recorderIs
.the door to songwriting success. his best friend.I You learn how to make maximum b
ingly. K. MeKnlght Every day, hundreds of people from all walksof This book shares with you :the knowledge andexperiences use of the recorder, to get lead sheets prepared '
(s) T. ( ( America leading long'
o some o
of dollar and how to demos (demonstrationtapes
Judge life are making thousand by writing prepare
wrlten. Their secret are yours. I tell you the ) for
Date March 23, 1967. sots Only a musical r* ago, a young man with, for tucceu and outline in detail the presentation work from and
I tell how to home
you your
8 13 4tc no education ass a bellhop Justifications
Mar. 23, 30, Apr. You choose the
to songwriting.
in Nashville, Ten to obtain I honest auditions by mail. You l learn
making living
barely a
M.jtm.... Today that former bellhop is a wealthy approach you like best, I show you how to start how to reach the artists, the producers' dl publishers 4 ';
man because he used his natural talent toIIIc4 with an idea and build the song linebyline.You easily and quickly without road blocks andunnecessary ; ,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT young learn in simple language the tricks to song delays. You need never leave yourhome ,
a* a songwriter.driven lawyers factory construction. This information alone will eliminate if you know tow to submit a demo tape
BIDS FOR AIR-CONDITIONER Housewives, truck right from
the greatest problem
workers students, salesmen, laborers, teachers, properly by man. sAISOLUTELY
REQUESTEDThe the start. Another vital feature tells you how to
aecretariss, clerks and people from virtually every handle melody the "Naihvlll Way".
Board of County Commissioners imaginable situation have reaped fantastic reward No fuss yra and bother with formal music idea.
of Flagler County Flor- for their songwriting efforts. They had no special Rather, I show you the natural method which has lam .
ida, Is Interested in receiving training and most had no musical education. They made fortunes for others and can do the same Included lit "Haw T* Make' A forfvn Writing r "
sealed bids for supplying a simply used their natural talent. Here, at last, is "
for This information will 1 you to ef Moil
you. prepare ion e" Is a cem ever 1,000
installing a central alr-condltl-second a Mgoiy valuable book that reveals step-by-step write all kinds of songs Pop, Country and Publishers. The Directory: : :with addreisM and ether
onlngr unit for the entire UM secret of earning big money at a songwriter. Western, Rhythm and Blues, Sacred, Bluegrass vital Information about America's loading song
floor of the Flagler County OPPORTUNITY KNOCKING Gospel. whatever you prefer. The opportunity publishers/ U Included absolutely' FREE at no extra
Courthouse. You must take the first step In this effort
The bid shall Include compressor : Just about everyone at one time or soother has you. cell to you spiclal 1-timo-only
condensing unit, electrical vtitttn a song. Maybe It was while singing lathe HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR SONOS
switches, switch box, wiring, shower, or while washing the dishes, or drivMe Many songwriters never have a chance because
fuse panel, necessary ducts, return the car. Perhaps after reaHzfeng that we Just they do not know how to submit their work to a HOW THE SONGWRITER GETS PAID
with grills and made up a song of our own we said to ourselves, music publisher. I show you exactly what to do
air system It Is already known that songwriting it a very
I ought to do this
other necessary Items for a com- Hn, that prttly good for best results. You learn how to get your song enterprise. But how does the songwriter
IIvln ." Probably then you did nothing more red You learn profitable
Jot a recorded quickly and without tape. act paid? I ten you where the money comes
-shout It the proper system for making contact with the
Mechanical payment are discussed In detail hy'
Strangely I enough, that song might have been people who really make' the decision the so that even the beginner will easily understand ,
worth a fortune to you in money, and s fortune publishers, the producers and the artiati. the payment system. Performance fees and, ,
Jn eonttmtmeat knowing you are data* the work You are told flow to recognize a trend in music royalties are discussed so that you will know how; : :..
A&JRADIO dreamed of doing, but you thought itwe take advantage of the changing \
you always and how to Presley much to expect tor your song. Yeu discover thai "
for other "special" peopte. The "special" tastes. Remember when Elvis boomed advantage of bolonglnff to a performing rights t '
people, however are not special at alt They are into national prominence with the big beat of society like BML ASCAP or SESAC. i iA
and T V just people like you and your neighbor; me and rock and roll? Writers who recognized this trend whole section la devoted to warning yeu
my neighbor. The only thing special about: songwriters in its early stages became vastly wealthy almost about pitfalls wfcksh can trap the songwriter. You
'is that they do sometalftg about the songs overnight learn the fact abort Ms* sharks and how they
SERVICE ON ALL MAKES that .they write. They applied their ability, and 1 tail you the secrets to collaboration that operate. In short. ; ts*l'I.t inside about hew
:you let it pas*. It might surprise you that some Is, writing with a partner. Many of the treat to succeed a* a scevwrUar g you behind the
of the top pratesshNial songwriters their ideas songs were written by teams. -n ghrisf you tteboMflt of BUT esperlsece
TELEVISIONCOLOR tot white slsslltg te tM ttowsr, washing Perhaps you will want to write with a partner and the, knowfcsW .st MUf se WIISMS. U ysu
the Srhsa, or o rvtnT** ir.wTisarstlM .aeeg the tact too. I tell you how it's done saving you potentially have aJwl1"", to s IJI!! wby not N .'
are aft SfVcU tea costly mora and headaches and pointing the IOlMtItaa ... 1111
AND that jthey do sot let eIaagi p by"Ev TW way to profits andat personal satisfaction. Whether is yoursTtmt jot .rightthe An l FOI
say "O Met. 11d you writ. with a partner the\ information me today, and 111 rush you a copy o
and WHITEZwentdi.e IllaDY tIIIIea. I offer you win greatly increase your opportunity Make A Tor* Wrtttag dongs.
BLACK e4O we 015k of a .. a tttle.dy, I catch for success.
.d. ytuaoo, an Idea GIll fa c.crprlty. taockJ c. 1------. ... cages Tee.a .-----'Is
yearse.oe .' '. .",' Many songwriters, especially take I ARe PMMyieai I II ,
TV i rt' 'laaenbethey
in radio ..d tremendous risk with their soaps HNRy11N T.I1Res.s. arses
all of Haf- IkNCOMOmOMAl' !'JUMUtNTKHe don't know how to protect their legal rights. I hip W peer book "B"J2 *'** I I.I .
tee BOW rrfog To Mat A =:rJ. jlNoaIIK. You learn the easy way to protect your work and A Forttint rrMtar 6Md'* I rr" ,
hi' s... ty. loe_" Y soil M Iasllr how to copyright your song Copyright forms I direcsoty S owrliOO TiiosBj *- I'f'
J'rW."" Ef ref we not are actually reproduced in this book and I show iishers. II art AsSlsdT asy fWsm
c /nplr_ aidR h II .mrs way. you the simple way to obtain copyrights without within tea fnys fwzUrAa.4. Ii I I
A.&J. T. V. ...."y m. III easy that yet wish costly fetal. t... enclose ft M cteck Q taoosr cnkr Q
sou,. 10t ,'s std etfsry rift soar Another vital feature coven KMktwrlMrcoatracts. I
4 MOODY par atWt srtar two *r ft HSoW VlthHARFsTTH You learn what to look for ia ttw task .4M&_" I
COMMKIt> BAY tract. A* a boons we actually reproduce standard .Mar i

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ey. This year we aren't automatically KNOX PURCHASES
y ROBERT L. HANNAH sending out report STATIONJesse
forms If we did not pay you
FUNERAL HOMES Shy benefits last year. You can (Buddy) Knox, Bun-
obtain an annual report at nell, recently purchased a
Dedicated to dignity, service and economy. Lowest cost M your nearest social security building on US Hwy No. 1
by: far in the entire area on any service of your choice. office. and Palm Ave., from John C.
Q. I stopped my social security When does the annual
Q. Hall, Jr., and will operate an
We invite
your comparison. Serving all faiths.
checks In January of haveto
report to social security American Oil Company Ser
U. S. I-HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH last year because I thought I be sent in? ice Station with a completeline
would earn a lot of money, of products and
CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE1Fisherman's but I earned less than I A. The, deadline is April 17 les. accessor
thought I would. How can I this yea* rather than the regular Mr. Knox moved to Flagler.
I get my checks for last year? time of April 15, because Ccunty In 1926 when his par.
A. You must tile an annual the 15th falls on a weekend. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Knox
report with us, giving total Q. I earned 5000.00 last settled In the St. Johns Park
Inn earnings and the months you year so I didn't collect any social section.He .
did little or no work, If there security checks. However, Is presently attending a
I months. The
are any such report service school conducted by
this How I collect ,
is available at any social summer. can the American Oil Company In
FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE security office.Q. for the summer months? Fort Lauderdale.

I did not get an anuual A. File an anpual report
_,YOUR FAVORITE BEER AND SNACK report form this year as I did available at any social 'security ARTS AND CRAFT
BARPIZZAOpen last year. Why Is this? office. Show on the report CLASSESThe
A. Probably because you the months you didn't work arts and craft class be
7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday told us not to pay any benefits Or worked very little as checks Ing conducted at Flagler
last year :because you wll probably ,be due for those Beach will 'have their last
Boats for Rent-Docking & Gas-Phone 439.9211 were earning too much mon particular months. meeting Monday, May 15.,
Classes will resume Monday,
July 10, under the direction of

Alberta_ Hencken, instructor.
SISTER ,RACHEL Persons needing supplies
Spiritual Healer and Advisor or assistance during the vacation -
Dr. Frank Allen Reynolds DDS period may contact
{ '," Mrs. Hencken at the Holly
Sister Hindu has the God given power to heal by prayer. announces the opening of his new office in the Hill City Hall Recreation
She 'advises on all affairs of life. Every one welcome! Room each Tuesday from 1 tit

You can see Sister Hindu at: ,Ehringer Doctors Building 4 p. m.
I. :T at F. B. E. S. STUDENTS
1184 Ocean Shore Boulevard A-l-A

Open 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. EVERY 'DAY AND' SUNDAY Ormond Beach, Florida Music and art exhibits were
PHONE 829.8251 on the program.of the Flagler
Beach Elementary School PTA
-- meeting Monday night. Under
the direction of Miss Barbara
Fields, Flagler County Music
Teacher, and Miss Anne
Adams, Flagler County Art
Fav3y Teacher, the students present
} > 4 ed an interesting and enter.

taming program. ,
,i Favorite songs, Shenandoah,
Billy Boy Blue Tall Fly, Hole
in My Bucket and many oth
'/; ers were sung by the various
I 1 yH
groups. There were also specialty .
numbers and solos by
'tif' Scott Precatt, Carl Lerch, Peggy
Patty, Frank and Bill Reynolds
Lisa Parker, Pam Thom
as and Penny Parrish. Greg
Price surprised everyone with
his guitar playing and sing.
) ing "Farmer John" and "On

top of Spaghetti". The pro.
; gram was climaxed by the

s< 4' 'Y entire Wanderer"cast singing. "The Happy .

: '
< Participating students by
/ ,, grades were! 1st-Wendy and
i \ > ,; Terry Cummins; Happy Meek-
''f.. .. Wt", ings, Lisa Parker, Brenda
; ,:,,, ... ': : ,t,' /;:, Green and Bill Reynolds. 2nd
r -Steve Watson, Eleanor Bald
win, Doug Thomas, Frank
Reynolds and Candace Clay

,', 3rd-Scott Prevatt Austie Dur-
rance, Scott Harris, Rosie Miller -
Mike Cannon, Patty Ger
II mak and Brad Fennell. 4th-
i Carl Lerch, Cheryl Hoskins,
Jimmy Watson, Jeff Thomas,
;l.w ': h Jon Wilder, Pal Parker aPtty
J Reynolds, and Greg Price 5th
t. '
-Frank, Bryon, Peggy Reynolds
Craig Wilder, Pam
Thomas, Mike Abbott, Cherri

.. Hanna, Marty Green, Donna
Kaufman and Dale Johnson.
6th-Vickie Smith Tim Car-

mody, Sharon Spivey, Ralph
Abraham Debbie Meekins,
Bobby Knit Joyce Whitney,
Jack Rawlins, Penny Parrish,
Gerald Combs and Connie Me-

flc c "My big sister's announcer Daniel. Connie for also the was program the

got this terrific job and Miss Adams assisted
I \ Miss Fields as well as havingon
t : in the movies. display unusual and Inter.
esting art work by all grades.
Prior to the program a short
I The very young can get pretty dramatic business meeting and the installation .
The truth U his of officers was held.
when they're making a point. ,
Installed to
serve the 1W7-68
sister works in our educational aids division.
year were: Mrs Bill Cummins,
And though part of her job involves our scientific president; Mrs. Catherine Wat-

k, and informational movies for schools and coHegM. son, vice president; Mm. Joseph .

she's also busy with resourcematerialand Baldwin, secretary; and
lecture-demonstration activities. Mrs. Donald Kaufman treas
urer. Mrs Kenneth Whitneywas
Little brother's dead-right about one thug, the installing officer! and

though. Big sister is doing a terrific j<*. W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal,
with Mrs. Harry Strick
land a past president's

I pin.Special guests in attendance .
c@ Southern Bell
were Mr. Dave Ferryman,
school board member, Mr. Coy
: G. Harris, achool supsrtetend-
' ent and Mr. Kenneth Herring,
Bunnell school principal.

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