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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Parcels Letters Two younq men. 18 to 20

yean of age were found dead \'
lying near a ditch: along US
Postmaster Mercer
millions of cards,reportedthat letters, VOL. 55 NO. 48 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30 1967 S3.SO A YEARr Highway 1 about 10 miles
South of Bunnell WedD.daymorning.
and gifts wind
unnecessarily
The bodies*were dis
in "Heartbreak' Hotel." .
up .. : .. ) :] covered at 11:00 a. In.
This Is the residence of cards, '. 'f.> .' : : ; Farm City Week
letters, and gifts that can't be ; ,; ...So il Vs; : r\\".* {t.i' The dead youths were believed .
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addresses, no address at all e ; ,41 "
or poorly packed parcels from ".; "<."', ...... ,-'." \1.... 'If'J1 if- ''.... "It....,. ...' '.,1.\..: .. the site late Tuesday nightor

which the address labels or .'. Farm-City Week sponsored early Wednesday morning.At .

outer wrappings are separated. r -j nationally by Kiwanis Inter. press time both bodies
national In cooperation with were unidentified and the In.
Soil and Water Conservation vestigatlon was incomplete.
Mercer gives mailers the Districts was observed in

, following advice on how to Flagler County Nov. 1723. AMERICAN LEGION
, avoid such seasonable sor More than 100 persons
f' rows. e toured ranches and farms in WILL SPONSOR

Flagler County Tuesday afternoon
t. Always write or print addresses to observe various XMAS LIGHTING _

Codes. carefully and use ZIP : types of agricultural opera American Legion Post 115

tions. planned the annual Christ.

f Use of first-class postage on jjjjjj The tour for city dwellers mas Outdoor Lighting Contest

f greeting cards will make sure included a visit to Raymon sponsored by the Legionnairesat
I your mail is forwarded If the Tucker's Haw Creek Ranch, )their meeting last Monday

r recipient has moved. Mail will known nationally as the homeof night Members voted to
t be returned to you if it Is famous Horse award three prizes for the best
Quarter "Go-
poorly addressed or there Is MAKING PREPARATIONSGetting Dick-Go". Mr. Tucker showedthe decorated homes and one
no forwarding address. ThisIs prize for the business entries.
one reason for using the ready to serve the son, G. B. Kelly, J. H. Coates, group pure bred Brahman The group voted to purchasetwo
special flve cent Christmas free chicken barbecue at T Mrs. Tom Lenssen, Mrs. cattle and quarter horse rac signs advertising the local
Double Ranch following the Coates, Mrs. Louis Stefllk and ing was demonstrated by
k stamp. Cards sent by third. Gene post for the city directory
class mail which cannot be Farm Tour are Tony Kahlert, Mrs. Bill Lenssen. About 140 Knight.A signs to be installed at the

delivered wind up In the dead Howard Lerch, P. A. Edmon- persons were served. portable irrigation system north and south city limits.

letter office, one of the busiest ;the first to ibe used In Commander Levi Brannam

corners of "Heartbreak Hotel." this area was seen in opera. reported Ithe Early Bird Membership .

: tion at the Clegg Farm In drive went over the
Wrap your packages neatly Haw Creek. The complete cab. quota.
and well. A loose piece of
.
bage farming operation, Including Agreed to sponsor a "Ham
wrapping may get cought and
cutting and prepare Shoot" in January.
ripped. If you have a shipping
ing crops for shipment to Approved giving cash
box or carton with littleor
markets, was explained by awards to winners of the
mo markings other than Mr. Clegg. He stated that
American Oratorical
Legion
the address; It is best not to the
through years Clegg Contest open to Flagler Coun
use wrapping paper. If your
Farms had maintained a
ty students. Emblems will also
shipping box Is marked up, .
quality product that
; brought be
presented to the con.
It Is best then to
wrap. the
a premium at northern testants.

. Pad your gifts securely so market.
: there Is no rattling and there The ,tour stopped at the J. 3. RESIDENTS WARNEDOF
. Pellicer Farm in St. Johns
is sufficient support for other
packages. The sack of mail Park where they: saw another DUMPING ,
+' carrying your glass cup may outstanding cabbage crop:being VIOLATIONS ;
irrigated by use- of the
have a bowling ll tiding on \
seepage method. Mr. Pellicer The of
top of it. dumping garbageand j I
said the seepage irrigationhad rubbish in violation of
Use strong cord on those proved 100 per cent better State Laws and Regulationshas

packages needing It. than his previous Irriga become, not only a mar on

A card or piece of paper Inside WALKING IRRIGATION SYSTEM tion methods. the beauty of the lands and
the One of the feW citrus groves waters In Coun
package carrying lying Flagler
Photo of the portable Irrigation ft minute over the cab.
your name and address and per planted' in the coUnty was ty, but in addition, has become
system at the George bage rows dispersing water
that of the person to whom seen at the Steflik Farms in a serious health hazardto
Clegg Farm. The novel device over the This is the
the parcel is addressed will crops. Bimini. The citrus trees were the citizens of the county,
moves approximately 15 newest method of irrigating In
Insure delivery In case the planted by Mike and Louis both the Sanitarian and Prosecutor .
.. wrapping comes loose. A list this area.FLAGLER. Steflik hi 1950 as an experi feel.

of the contents will help in ment, following a freeze that The State Law on disposalof

the event your package burstsor Fred White Died BEACH heavily damaged their potato garbage and rubbish provides .
is broken open. crop. They have seventy acres that garbage and rub.

Place the address and re LIONS CLUBRECEIVES of farmland planted In dif bish shall not be disposed of

turn address on only one side Monday In S. C. CHARTERThe ferent varieties of citrus In any natural or artificial
of the parcel. trees. Before leaving the Stef body of water not within one-

Mall enrly. This gives the Fred F. White, 57, Bunnell, Flagler Beach Lions Ilk Farm the group was take half mile of any habitation or
post office plenty of time to passed away Monday, November Club received its charter at a en on a trip through the grad. place of business, nor on any

deliver your mall before the 27 at the home of his dinner meeting Tuesday nightat er plant used during potato public highway, road or alley,
holiday. son In Holly Hill, S. C. after the Daytona Plaza. More harvesting season. nor within one-half mile of
several months Illness. than 120( Lions and guests Last stop on the tour was such public highway, road or

BHS BASKETBALL Born in Nahunta, Ga., he from clubs in Ocala, Orlando, Tom Lenssen's T Double L alley unless such place Is ape
moved to Bunnell forty years Bunnell, Daytona Beach, New Ranch on the old Kings High proved by the County Health
PLAY OPENS FRI. ago from there. Smyrna Beach and Orange way. Pure bred Charolais and Department.

Mr. White was a former Le- City witnessed the presentation Angus cattle could be seen Elimination of this wide.
The Bunnell High School high Portand Cement Company ceremony, as District grazing on re-established improved spread County problem will

Basketball season opens Fri employee. He was manager Governor Prather presentedthe pastures of Costal be undertaken by notice ,to
day, December 2 with 25 charter to President Floyd Bermuda mixed with
of the Super Test Service Regal known violators to remove
games scheduled for the boys Station in Bunnell. He was a Collins. Ladlno White Clover plantedby garbage and rubbish from unapproved -
team and 18 for the girls. The
Mr. Lenssen with the
cooperation If
member of the First Baptist dumping areas.
first game will be with the Edward Marosltes, Deputy
of the FSWC.
not removed within the
Church. specified
District Governor Ormond
BUS ,
Pierson in the
cagers Climax of the tour was 'a time
and
Survivors Include < prosecution
son
one ,
gymnasium. The Jayvees will Beach, was master of ceremonies
Joe Hill S. C. broth. free chicken barbecue servedat possibly fines will follow.
be the first In action on the Holly a for the gala affair.
the T Double L Ranch.
er, Spencer, Detroit, Mich.; Three approved areas for
court starting at 5 m. The
p. four grandchildren; one niece Secretary-treasurer John About 140( persons attendedthe dumping at the Flagler Beach
girls play at 6:30: and the varsity -
charter barbecue. land fill the Bunnell land fill
and a nephew. Seay presented a certificate ,
is
8
team m.
game p. 5 the Funeral services will be at to the (thirtynineclub and the Haw Creek land fill
Tuesday, December
2 p. m. this afternoon at the members attending. RAY SMITH WINS areas. Co-operation In removIng -
Bunnell teams, boys and girls,
Bunnell Church unsightly breeding
St. First Baptist THREE FAIR AWARDS
travel
will to Augustine. Bunnell Lions Club president
with Rev Charles Anders, of. grounds for flies, rats, roaches
Game time is 5 m.
p. P. A. Edmonson
ficiating. Interment will be at presented Ray Smith, 14, Flagler and t other harmful insects is
Espanola Cemetery. the official gong and gavelto County 4-H member took top requested by Mr. Holly and

TRIBUNE IS SOLDLen Craig Funeral Home, Bun president Collins as a gift honors at the Putnam County Mr. Tucker.
from the sponsoring club.
nell, is In charge of local are Fair recently with his
Wilson Publisher and rangements. Past District Governor Nick prized Angus Heifer entry. BLOOD MOBILE

Editor of The Flagler Tribune Nicholson, Ocala describedthe Ray was awarded first placein
for the post fourteen months BONNELL COMMMftiONEHS opportunities of serving the Junior Division and HERE DEC. 7*

announced that John A. Ctojg Uonlem in an address to the second place for Open Show. The American Red Cress

baa purchased the entfee interest REVIEW APPLICATIONS' crowd. He received the Grand Reserve Bloodmobile will be in ....

of the weekly newspaper FOR CLERK'S JOB Champion Open ribbon for nell on Thursday, December
effective Immediately. FLAGLER TIDE TABLE yearling Angus 'heifers. 7 from 4.7 p. m. for a blood

Mr. Wilson stated that his At a special meeting Monday Tide fer No r. 30-Dec. 7 Ray's entry, "Missy", a registered drawing at the Civic Center.

real estate and auction hust- night the Bunnell City HIGH LOW Angus heifer was bred Those desiring to give bloodto

mess has grown to the extent Commissioners reviewed application Day AM. PJf. A.M. P.M by T Double Ranch. Ray replace blood already used
that: he must spend tail for the city dertrt 30 6:42 7:06: 12:12 12:54: bought the cult from Tom may direct their donation to
time to It. Mr. Clegg will be Jeb to-fill the vacancy: oocf- 1 7:36 8:00: 1:00 1:48 Lenitsen last summer. an individual person. Others

engneed full time with The red ,by the resignation of 1ft* 2 8:30 8:54: 1:48 2:36 Ray also has a dairy livestock may give to the Flagler Conn-

Floater Tribune and the de.Tilt. Nancy Rodger Mr*. lodfets' 3 9:24 9:42 2:42 3:80 project of Holstein heifers tw account which may be

.all at of retail states resignation become effectiveNov. 4 10:12 10:36: 3:30 4:24 he is raising with the cooperation used by Flagler Countfans

owned hy Ctogg and Associates 30. 5 11:06 11:. 4:24 9:18 of Ronnie Cathey, Member of the First Methodist '
Mrs. Bette S. Mcoanfel No action was taken by the 6 11:. 11:99: 5:24 6:18 Bunnell High School Agriculture Church of Bunnell will

will continue as News Editor. commissioners Monday night 7 12:30 12:54: 6:24 7:12: teacher sponsor the blood drive.



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I NOVEb I13E0967#
9-THE FLAGLEH TMSUNi. TTjtfjOUR ..." 'iii 'i'.. t ._ I
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u"cOnpOn TED CLASSIFIED l .' ... .'

,DVNNELLo" FLORIDA,..-. ADVERTISINGIJ EVERY;. DAY PRICE ,
'r'BarBQued

LEN WILSON oacw.iNC.,

BETTE Editor and S. McDANIEL Publisher CJflCKEN Ea 98'e'BarBQued

News Editor RATE-4c per word. Minimum
charge per Issue $1.00. L

Designated newspaper for ..n1.e1.1 SPARE lb
SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE -
AdsertlslagEntered MODEL RIBS 980

ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE.
at second class matter
February 6, 1913, at the post- Blind stitches, buttonholes, .
office at Bunnell Florida under decorates, etc. Original price U. S. D. A. Choice
Act of March 3, 1878. $300. Has balance $61.20 or '
reliable party in this area can
k 10e Per Copy assume $8. mnthly payments. CHUCK ROAST lb1 49'U.
0.e Year -43JSO Phone Jacksonville COLLECT
Six Month .........._.x.........f1.oo 3531946. Ask for Credit Man-
Outside Flagler County ager. Will deliver, no obliga
".00 Per Tear S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
tion. Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 5tc


SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain STEAK 59
LETTERSTO fields Installed; Rota-Roter
snail shell. Reasonable prices. y
THEEDITOR Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
8-Ltf U. S. D. A. Choice k 4

E. FOR SALE-2 houses furnish. ROUND .
lb1 59
ed, 2-car garage, 5 acres of ROASTi
BORE
It is posted in ,the Post Of- young pine trees on land.
Must sell be.
High ground. i
fice that the Voters in Flagler
cause of age. $4,900 little mon
Beach will have a chance to
vote on December 15, 1967 on ey down. Owner will carry U. S. D. A. Choice \ Lean WesternSPARE .
Star'Route in Ko
the issue of whether or not mortgage. '
the small City Park on AlA rona. Acress from church over
ROUND STEAK RIBSlb.
railroad in Korona. See Ben.
that was torn up by the City .
Commissioners to black-top 11.9.4tp.Used

for a hazzardous parking lot Portable Television Sets. lb. 8ge 59.
is to be restored as a City
Good working condition. Priced
Park for the recreation and
for quick sale. Refurnishing
of all the as
pleasure people
Intended by the parties that Phone motel 439-2269 units, or$25.00 4399226.each. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2V&-2V. lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE
donated it to the City. Thereis
May be seen at A-l-A Motel
no argument about the donation & Restaurant. Nov. 16232tp.
of the City Park as a
gift, and once given by a FOR RENT Unfurnished ms Whole lb. 2S .

statuatory deed, I doubt thatit home, large living room, 2
could be changed, but we bedrooms, 2 baths, dining
have read and heard about room and kitchen, large
attempts later with agree. porch. John Anderson Hwy. .
ments and deeds trying ta and Leslie St, Hillcrest Phone PIG TAILS-PIG FEET-FRYER BACKS
change the Status of the Park. I 5 $100
But leaving all this aside we Wisehaupt 439.2247 11.23.3tc. RIB TIPS-NECK BONES lbs...............................

still face the fact that it will 6 lots for sale-110 ft front .
cost the tax payers about age by 330 ft deep. Includes
Van Camp's (Limit 8 with Food Order)
$4000.00 of their revenue to approxlmtely 50 orange trees
the city to install the black. per lot. $500.00 dawn, balance PORK BEANS d No. 300 $JL Pillsbury's (Plain' or S. R.)
top Including the expenses payable at $40.00 per month AND C Cans,
they had hauling off the rich including Interest. Phone 439- t FLOUR:
Hormel WITH BEANS 15 Can
( )
top soil. If as the Commissioners 2043. Nov. 23.30, Dec 7,14, 4tp oz.
stated they planned that Each
they would close the parkingarea FOR SALE- 30 awning win. CHILI 330 '5 & 390,
which now exists on the dows complete, $3.50 ea. Stu.
west side of the City Park dio couch, $20.00; Chest of Blue Plate 18 oz. Jar
along Central Avenue near drawers $8.00; nice built-in PEANUT Each ( Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the City Recreation Hall where cabinets with chrome sink BUTTER '3ge
the Senior Citizens always and fittings, same as new,
park, then there would only $50.00; Utility cabinet $7.50; Red & White((4 20 oz. Loaves 95c -
be a gain in parking spaceof large drop-leaf table $20.00. KRAFTORANGE

20 or 25 cars. 4392317.HOUSE TRAILER FOR 11-23-tfc SALE. BREAD 5 ;."; 950

,, I think that most people 2-bedroom 1966 Piedmont, 60x SizeLIQUID JUICEQuart
will agree that the City does 10 ft, excellent condition. Air King

not have $4000.00 that they conditioning, central heat, J Q y Each 6ge
should spend for this purpose wall to wall carpeting. Contact ,
and surely a Commission Buddy Taylor, Ormond BottleFROZEN 29 0
that stated !that it would Beach 6721476. Nov. 30, 4tp.
"cost too much" to publish
their 1967 Budget of 135646. FOR SALE--3 yr. old Shetland ..
00 when the cost was a mere Pony and mew saddle; NESCAFE
$43.00.If grey 4-piece twin bedroom set
FOODS
with box springs and mat INSTANT COFFEE -
one would add the un tresses. Priced reasonable.
necessary Police Budget of Phone 4373914. 11-30-ltc.. Morton' 14 oz. size
oz.
10520.00 the planned spend
6ge
.
ing of $4000.00 for black top. HELP WANTED, male or fe Jar CREAM PIES 3 For $100Sara

ping a poorly planned park male, LOOK: Splendid Raw. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
ing lot and the extra money leight business available in
spent for unneeded lawyersto Flagler County or NE Volusia Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 oz. Size
fight the tax paying citizens County. Exceptional oppor Each
it would seem they could tunity for Industrious person. FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE 69cFAB
have made a payment on the See or write' Mrs. Ida L. Noles, -
Water Bonds without the two 40 S. Whitney St., St. Augustine
mill raise in, ,taxes.That wouldbe or write to Rawleigh Golden RipeBANANAS
a real economy. Dept. FLL360.18, Memphis, lb.
Tenn. Nov. 30, Dec. 14, ;Jan 4, 100
Lets hope we have a large and 11, 4tp.
turnout on December 15 to U. S. No. 1POTATOES
express your feelings for or Venice Park Sub., Canal lots Giant flAW
against tearing up the only 80x109, Lantana Ave. Lots 10 Bag 390
pretty park we have. Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7; Avalon Ave. Size
Lots Nos. 28 and 29. Tax valuation -
Angus S. Reynolds Young TenderSQUASH
$9600.00. Will consider
Limit 1 with $5.00
or more food order
cash offer for the 6 lots. WriteJ. Ibs.
Rummey, 8114 Emily St., Z 290
Detroit Mich., 48234. 11-30-tfc

FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2.
bedroom house with garage.
! Corner 10th and South Central
Ave., Flagler Beach. Itp
Std
WANTED-Lady 18.30 for

ticket and novelty sales. .
Snakearium and Taxidermy, it
Ormond Beach. See Bob Moody /HI)

Box 412, Bunnell, Fla. Phone
437-3999 after. 6 p. m. Itp.

Flagler Tribune Used 4-drawer chest $lUO.Jerry's I Phone 437-3227
Furniture ft Appliances OPEN SUNDAYS
MNMMLLraora Old Dixie Highway, 2 SiOO .-...-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 >BUNNELL>

r f-MS 437 mile.37S2.South of Korona.Nov. 30 Phone, Itc Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Nov. 30 and D.c. 1 2, 3 and 4, 1997mJ







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3-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE moBS. NOVEMBER 30. 1967 SermonRev.
Weekly t
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Oliver F. Taylor, Pastor

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( Bunnell Methodist Church

NEWS REAPING: THE WHIRLWIND /
'iifti"I P- \
; AMIMM AM4MIPMIhMhM, Today's world has a passionfor
,./Jf fc..*JK) ..fffffr 'f--r-- BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST excitement. The bizarre \;
Charles D. Anders. Pastor and the romantic keep people
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE spellbound because mankindhas 1
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday
Bunnell Florida School. been Indulged In affluen-
cy. Speed and pleasure seem 1
11:00 Morning Worship
a.m. to affect the land. In the Unit-
7:00 p.m. Training Union. ed States over 50,000 peopledie 1
8:00 p.m. Evening Worship. annually traffic deaths,
Wed.: 7:30 Prayer
p.m. ,
Service. yet there Is no mass protestto
this slaughter.
Nursery, all services.
o sn.ne. t 2 Blocks East of stoplight, Mass protests denounce In.
Moody Eoulevard. volvement in Vietnam, and
OPEN 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday thru Saturday we should seek a responsiblepeace

for the free world as
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
..) :. Flagler Beach well as all of mankind. How.

LADY ARROW Pants Tops, ;4' Max Hall Pastor ever reverence for' life has no
., monopoly on being only
\ Sunday School: 9:45. against war or carnage, but
UP Morning Worship: 11:00.: life Is precious in all circum.

$700 Evening Worship: 7:00 p. m. stances.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
Accidents will continue to
7:00 p. m.
happen, but life is too .
important
On the corner of Third and
; BOB BROOKS. Long Sleeved \.Shirts, Central. to be needlessly thrown
away. There are plenty of

$ I and $L00 times in each generation for
Y Soo 1 FIRST METHODIST people to dedicate themselves
BUNNELL to a cause which may claim
\" (their lives. However, living
Rev Oliver Taylor Pastor
., "j .'AI} dangeorusly just for the sakeof
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Gloves By Kayser ; ,' /. ; Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. enjoyment or excitement
:o' 0/1.. ,j"" Methodist Youth Fellowship, alone never Justifies destroying .

ltd.. $ ,. 6:30: p. m. 'a life given by God. There
,;if i r"I.-: : Zoo '. .. a ej 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. can be a lot of excitement in

: { ;r..,::" I,. t't 1, Lambert: Street. day to day living without give
*>,''JJ (Black. Biege Mink Nylon) '' '' ing a full measure of devotion .
:
I \ to frivolity. "For they sow
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\ ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe the wind, and they shall reap
'
Rev. Robert stuart. the whirlwind." Hosea 8:7.:
Belgian Linen Bags Priest in
.. ,, : : Charge
Church School 10:00 a.m. Florida Presbyterian Col.

tt 5 "5' r... S $1500 S Sunday. ,. lege in St. Petersburg has a
"vrovibGifts n ,t. :'. Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. staff of 65 full-time professors
Communion first Sunday of 72 percent of whom hold
each month. the earned doctorate.
There miles east of Bunnellon

for HER Highway 100.CATHOLIC BUNNELLPENTECOSTAL
: .
r. '1'.. .. CHURCHES HOLINESS

ROBES GOWNS PAJAMAS HOSE : Rer.'. Fr. Anthony Leon PastorST. Rev. John Llngold Pastor

.: MART'S KORONA Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
SLIPS PANTIES BRAS SLIPPERS '( Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. Worship Service, 11:00 a.,m.
S Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., Life Liners Service 6:30p. :
O l'1lVII,,! .1' t i ii tJ! and Friday at 8:30: 'a.m. m .
." = .\ FANCY SWEATERS n..rtfl.t''t': .. FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL Evening Evangelistic" Sery
?i '),.. '1 ;'f'I'I', j.' i",.," Weekday Masses: Tuesday, Ice 7:30 p. m.
/JJ HJ a a la .11 'iJJj Thursday, and Saturday at Deen Road.
;
;:J ; iJHJ aP .
.' ", ,n" 8:30: a. m.
r 't ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL

Remember a small deposit holds your choice when you Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. CHRISTIAN,SERVICES SCIENCE 55

PLANNOVELTY Christian, Science Services are
convenient LAY-AWAY
use our. THE METHODIST CHURCH conducted Sunday mprnlngs
\. Flagler Beach at Jl:00: a. m. in the lobbyof
Reynold Nelson Hoover the Flagler Beach Hotel.

-t;., x w. 5. Minister
5- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
,
.; .- : ..',L ::;0( : (I Morning Choir Rehearsal Worship, Wed.11 ,a.6:45:m. COMMUNITY.CHURCH MEMORIAL

'J !1t .u,: p.m.Men's Flagler Beach ,
Club meets the first Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor
r ,. SIFTS Monday of each month at Sunday School .9:45: a: in.

-'y'1 :\ 7:30 p. m.Woman's. Worship Service, 11 a: m.
Society of Chris. Communion every first Sun.
j7Wt FOR HIM
tion Service the 2nd Thursday day of each quarter.

'' 9:30: a. m. Daytona Avenue, South of
GIFT :. MENS ALPACA South Daytona Avenue. School.STUART'S .

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Benton Eisenbach returnedto Julia Harvey returned to '

Bunnell Sunday from Macon her home at Painters Hill Friday

Georgia where he was after a week's visit in

the holiday house guest of Mr. Tifton. Odlla and Macon, Ga. i :
and Mrs. Harold Fowler and with friends and relatives. I ? ?
daughter Donna. ,0' ''

Thanksgiving dinner guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Heyder .
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wads- ...
and son Tracy of Miami vis-
worth r H
were Dr. and Mrs Red
ited here Friday with her father .
din Britt. St Augustine and e.
Clyde Lewis.
Mr. and Airs. Lew Wadsworthand .
son. BunnelL t
Mr. and Mrs T. P. Tray) ;

Chambers had as their house -----.11---.... L... ,AI;'
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guests Thanksgiving her Roland and Polly Hambley,
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brother and his family Mr. South Daytona visited in d.'\ _''. Members of the Junior Classof all of the class members win

and Mrs. H. C Morgan and Bunnell Friday with her par .' Bunnell) High School sold ning top honors. Left to right

children. Henry and Evone ofOuton ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack For- $1190.00 in subscriptions dur they are seated: Janet Cook,

Ga. son. ing their recent magazinesale. Kathy Bourne. Cindy Dur-

-- - Y-' '- First prize for sales was rance, Nancy Hargett. Standing .
Mrs. Jennie Black and Mr.r Walter and Laura Morris awarded to Mary Ann Stef- left to right are: John

and Mrs Benny Black visited spent the Thanksgiving holidays HUTCBINsON.TIDWELLWEDDING Ilk; second place, Cindy Dur- Cody, Mary Ann Steflik. Mike

in Orlando Thanksgiving with in Orlando with their ANNOUNCED ranee; third place winner was Robinson and Coleen Tucker.
Mrs. D. D. son in law and daughter. John John Shown above
Moody and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. TidwelL Cody. are
ers lona and Juamta. and Joann Ellis and in St.
Petersburg with Laura's cagier Beach, announce the
par
Mrs.' Bemley Murray and ents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Salt Elaine marriage Edith of their to James daughter S. GARDEN CLUB TO HEARS FROM SON I

children Jackie HEAR MRS. SCHWENK IN VIETNAM
Elaine Jim Hutchinson ] .
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son of Mr. and
my and Kay. spent the week Bob and Evelyn Cook and Mrs. J. S. Hutchinson, Savannah Mr. and Mis.T';,A. Jones re-
end in children John. Janet and Mrs. Frank Schwenk will
Hazelhurst Ga. visitIng Ga. ceived a long distance call
with her mother, Mrs. Mary, spent Thanksgiving at The give a talk and demonstrationon from their son, SP4 Alan
couple
were united in
Peede and Mrs. Laura Bram- Boca Raton with their son in "Porcelanizing Artificial Jones, Sunday night from
marriage
lett and law and daughter, Harry and Wednesday evening, Flowers" to Flagler Beach
daughter. November Hong Kong.'Alan told his
22 in a parents
Pat Gignac and family. ceremony Garden Club members Tuesday
performed In the he had received the
Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Watkins relatives and friends presence of Dec. 5 at 1:30: at the Bronze Star for ground actionat
Tom Kahlert by Schwenk home
returned DaytonaAve.
of to
Okeechobee
were visitors County Dak To on the night of November
Judge T. K.
in Bunnell Monday. Rev. Athens. Ga. Sunday after McKnight ., Flagler Beach. Co-hostess
in his office. 14., and was on Rand
Watkins is spending the holidays here will be Mrs. Otis Magee.
a former of
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pastor Born in leave in
Miami the Hong Kong and
the First Methodist with his parents. Tony and bride Members planning to attend .
Church of
would
BunnelLMr. Mildred KahlertMrs. moved here in 1954 and at. are asked to bring an"orIginal" return to Vietnam Mon.

tended Bunnell High School Chrstmas decora day.He
The groom attended school is stationed in Vietnamand
Don
and Mrs. Fred Fruits home Moore returned In Savannah and served with tion.All is assigned to the 173
Saturday from members
and Waynesvile are urged to
son Freddie
spent the the Airborne
U. S.
N. C. where she visited Army in orea. He attend. Brigade, US Army.
Thanksgiving
holidays in is employed by a construction His address is:
several days with her
Parkton N. C. parents
where they at. Mr. and Mrs. company in Savannah, Ga. SP4 Alan W. Jones
tended the E. T. Sawyer and ARRIVES FOR
Ganady
Family The RA
couple left 12882644
reunion. her son and daughter in law immediately HOLIDAY VISIT .
following the for Co. B 2nd Ba 503 In!.
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Moqre. ceremony Mrs. Marvin Seagraves, Detroit Sep.
Savannah where 173 rd
will Abn. Bde.
they
Mrs. (Buddy) Chambers was side. re Mich., arrived via plane
in SL Petersburg to spend the Albert and Florence Maryes last week for a holiday visit APO San Francisco 96250.YOUR .

holiday weekend with. her spent the Thanksgiving week ANNUAL with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
parents Mr. and Mrs. C B. end at Rebecca Ga. visiting GET-TOGETHER THANKSGIVING Domonlc Buono, Flagler
Stickney. with his brother in law and 1 Beach. Mrs. Gene Ferretti, De. ITTO
Among those
sister Mr. and Mrs. M. H. from Bunnell troit, accompanied Mrs. Sea-
Young and family. attending the annual Thanksgiving graves on the trip.
get.together for
memo Thirty members of the Bu.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitney bers and their families of the ono family gathered at the
LADIES Bunnell
and family spent the Ocala Hunting Camp in the Bunnell Civic Center Thanksgiving
DRESS
SHOPAVAILABLE holidays at Clermont with her National Forest were Day for dinner.
HERE parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Deen and

tOW INVESTMENT Fagerston. daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. PROGRESSIVE SUPPER

FOR FIXTURES ONLY W. Deen and daughter, Mr. FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

oil r.* .., i. it* fbtwte J. B. High of Miami visited and :Mrs. Billy Deen and The Young People
.... daughter Mr. Sunday
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and
Zf srppty .1 $10. here Mrs. Tommy
the
COO.OO t* irs.ooo.oo ...,..'..1 over weekend with Bertha and School Class of the First Bap.
his mother Mrs. Virginia B. children Mrs. Mist Church of
Bunnell
tram
Sf1, ... IIN ;: High Pine Street Robert Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. ed enjoy
BunnelLMrs.
-.a st s. c.s .. ,.. .t Sambo TUton a Progressive Supper Saturday .
ell will ...1, .... .... and children night HOME
svsrvr.. mi ,.. k.r hew John and Mr. and Mrs. Edward

c.. ......tr.dc.t., .b l.uti.. ".1Iar children returned Southerland to their and Hawkins and daughters. of The Miss group Sandy met Scott at the for home CALL US IOR f ff ESTIMATE|
The appetizers
Write P. O. Box f J6Bonbrd0 home at Vero Beach Monday group enjoyed a tradi and a salad course. HOME
tional
., Go. after several days visit here Thanksgiving dinner. The main course was 357 INSULATING CO.
with Mrs. Neva Eisenbach. ed at the home of the servo Andrews St Ormond Beach
MRS. WILSON class
Office
PRES. NURSING ELECTED COUNCIL teacher, Mrs Charles Anders. 672-0745 Home 253-3232
The dessert
Mrs. BernIe Wilson course was at

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE elected president of the Flag.was Brooks.the home The of Miss Gwen OM'1NS'
ler County group Journeyed
Nursing
Council at FIBERGLASFlagler
the November to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
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meeting at John
ESTIMATES Clegg for a
Bunnell Scavenger
High School.
CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS officers elected were Mrs.Other Harry Hunt and refreshments. ',, ,

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE McKenney, vice president; -
FIXTURES '
Mrs.
M. B. Fuller, secretary; II. *
Laminated Plastto Fine Hardwoods and Mrs. George Clegg, treas

FURNITURE REFINISHINGNow urer. Mrs. L. H. Church was County Insurance

reelected Loan Closet chair.
Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas man.
,
50 Mile Radius Council members authorized Agency Inc.
the purchase of mattresses for ,
Call Collect 437-3513 the loan closet
All'
The Nursing Council will Forms of 'Insurance

not meet in December. 305 East
Moody Blvd. ... Phone 437-3171

Bunnell)), Florida 32010

When you

DISTANCE "LETGEORGE HASTINGS MATTRESS UFE-F1RE-AUTO-CASUALTY BONDS

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS .It I ...AIafter

MEANS 710-12 Lemon St

Palatka, Florida
NOTHING' (21 s< DO 111" Phone EA 5-9166

\). Furniture Upholterin

w. Poy Pottage Both Ways Repaired & Befintsbed you see

Use DIF "Save-By-Mail" Service Mattresses & Box Sprtog z your doctor. .

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Call Laura Moot 437-3833 bring yourprescriptian
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After 6:00 P. M.

PRICES REASONABLE: to

BUDCWT PLAN IF NEEDED

MdE Jttt as near a* your

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MOODY, SR. PVT. ROBERTSON JOINS 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. NOVEMBER 30 1967

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W II U R E A S, GEORGE FAMILY FORTHANKSGIVING

MOODY, SR., was a lifetime .. -
and honorary member of the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson Quantity Rights .
Flagler County Chamber of
Commerce; andWHEREAS and son Greg, stopped at WE GIVE Reserved .

GEORGE Fort Benning Ga. enroute to nM1ET'TS *** .

MOODY, SR. was one of the Jones, Alabama for the TOP Prices Good
early pioneers of Flagler the Thanksgiving holidays, .
County who worked earnestly) for their son, Pvt., Boyd Rob- Thurs., Fri., Sat.'' .

and diligently toward the progress ertson. VALUE and Monday,

of Flagler County, and They visited with Mr. Rob- SUPER MARKET Noo, Dec. 1, 2

WHEREAS, Mr. Moody has ertson's sisters and their families STAMPS and 4, 1967
ably served his county as' a Mrs. Robert Smedleyand 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
437-3201
i member of the State Legisla. family and Mr. and Mrs. Phone.
ture land as a member and Hubert Smedley and child \
chairman of the Board of ren. FLORIDA GRADE "A" .

County Commissioners. Pvt. Robertson, US Army, is .
NOW THEREFORE BE IT stationed at Fort Benning ,

1 RESOLVED: That the Flag- where he is In basic training. FRYE HS lb.27c

ler County acknowledges Chamber the of great Commerce FLAGLER BEACH COUPLE

t. contributions Mr. Moody haS

. made to Flagler County and CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY
expresses sympathy to the 5 Ib. BAG FAMILY '. ,$ 69 Whole

family In their time of bereavement Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee PKG., CUT-UP........m.:..... I '
,Y of the loss of their celebrated their 47th Wedding TENDER SELECTBEEF <
loved one. Anniversary with a Dessert
Bridge last week at their
party
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED -
home, 112 11th St., Flagler
that the Flagler County
Chamber of Commerce directs Beach. LIVER Ib 49.

that 'a copy of this resolutionbe The Thanksgiving motif .

spread In the minutes of was used in attractive fall

the Chamber of Commerce, decorations placed at vantage .

that a copy be mailed to the points throughout the home. TENDER DELICIOUS ,:'
family of George Moody, Sr., Joining the hosts for the ,;.. '
and that a copy be published gala occasion were Mr. and "

in the Flagler Tribune. Mrs. Frank Schwenk; Mr. and PORK STEAK

Signed: Mrs.Mrs. Ralph Floyd Hirst Tlngley.and Mr. and ., Lb. 49 ,

L. E. Wadsworth
The Tingleys were high
President score prize winners for the

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN two tables of bridge. + t
.. a t\b.
TIIR CHlCtlT COURT SEVENTH SPiRE
IN AND JUDICIAL: FOIL Fi.AGL.EU rillClIT, HOME ON LEAVE RIBS 59

(CHANCERY COUNTY FLORIDA NO. BZV7 Pvt. Sam. Smith, US Army, 41 ,i ,

MICHAEL W. MURRAY, arrived Thanksgiving to
Plaintiff, spend a fifteen day leave here
VII. U. S. Choice (Boneless) U. S. Choice
JAMES H. EBERT. DORCAS with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
HARRINGTON EBERT and THE, Raymond Smith. .
FLAGLER COUNTY DEVEL- ROUND STEAK"Juicy Lb.
9ge RIB STEAK
OPMENT COMPANY, a corpor- Pvt. Smith recently completed 8ge
ation, 'training at Fort Sam
NOTICE Defendants.OK SALK IIY CLERK Houston, Texas. He leaves Tender Streak O'Lean

Notice Is hereby given that December 6 for Fort Dix, N. J. Lb. WHITE lbWorld's .
pursuant to a Final Judgment CUBE STEAK
8ge BACON
dated the nit day of November. where he departs for Germ. 4ge
1967, and entered In Chancery any on an assignment with
Case No. (297 of the Circuit Homemade Pure
( Pork) Best
Court of the Seventh Judicial the US Army Medical Corps.
Circuit in and for Flagler County "" Lb. Ground Lbs.
Florida, wherein MICHAEL SAUSAGE ?
2 9ge BEEF Z 99.c
w'. MURRAY la the plaintiff, ATTEND SHOW AT JAX
and JAMES H. EBERT. DORCAS
HARRINGTON EBERT and THE Misses Betty Louise, Mary

FLAGLER COMPANY COUNTY a corporation DEVELOPMENT -, Ann, Grace and Mechele

are defendant, I, George M. Stefllk, Kay Perryman, Janet Shurfine (ELBOW)
Moody, al Clerk of the aforesaid Scott and Pamela McDaniel,
Court will sell to the highest MACARONI
and beat bidder for cash, at the attended the WAPE Musical Your Choice fOeShurfine
North front door of the Flagler Show at Jacksonville Coliseum 7 oz. Box...... ....
County Courthouse in Bunnell ;
Flagler County, Florida, at 11:00 Friday night. Thin
o'clock A. M., on Monday the ( )
18th day of December. 1967, the
following described real prop LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN SPAGHETTI,

erty Tract, to-wit 11 : TUB CIRCUIT COURT OPKL.AUL.KH Shurfine (All-Grinds) 7 oz. BoxDelmonte............ 10 e
Lots 16 to 20, inclusive, In COUNTY, FLORIDA -
Block 4; Lots 16 to 20 inclusive (Light Chunk)
In Block 6; Lots 16 In Cane No. 2S8 I Lb.
to 20. inclusive, In Block 11, DONALD E. BUCK, JR. COFFEE ;; TUNA,
cording to the Plat of Atlanta PlaintiffPATRICIA'ANN 37
Beach Subdivision, beIng VI. Tin 3 i/2 Flats......... 8ge
a subdivision of Government BUCK
Lots 2 and 4, In Sec- DefendantNOTICE
tion 19, Township 12 South. TO DEFEND Brace's (Cut) 2 / Can
Range 32 East Flagler THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO (OR YOUR CHOICE)
County. Florida as per plat MRS. PATRICIA ANN BUCK Sweet Potatoes, $
of the said office subdivision of the Clerk on of file the In 1534 SAN 48th FRANCISCO AVENUE, ,CALIFORNIA APT. 103- Maxwell House (All-Grinds) 4 Cans..............,
Circuit Court. Flagler County ,
Florida. In Plat Book 8. You hai.e hereby notified thata Showboat ((300 Can)
page 24. suit filed against you ILL I
Tract 21 in the above entitled cause; and COFFEE PORK & BEANS $ tfOO
47 <
Lots 21, 22, 23 and 24. Block you are hereby required to file
4; Lots 13. IS, 22 23. 24. your answer with the Clerk of Tin 8 CansCampbell's.. .
25 and 26, ctt 6; Lots 13, this Court and to serve a copy
15. 21, and 22, Block 11; the thereof upon the plaintiff or
South 38 feet of Lot 24, plaintiff attorney, whose name Limit of choice (Tall)
Block 5, Lots 25, and address Is: ((1) your with purchase of $5.00
26. 27 ndnd28llDr:(' 5; all DONALD E. BUCK. SR., ESQUIRE or more food order TOMATO SOUP, $100

being subdivision In Atlanta as per Beach map, or a 108 SAINT GEORGE STREETST. 8 Cans...............
plat of said subdivision on AUGUSTINE. FLORIDAnot Shurfine (Plain or S. R.) ,
lie In the office of the Clerkof later than December 81, A. T
the Circuit Court In and D, W7.If .
for Flagler County, Florida, you fall to do so. Default 5 Lb. '
In Plat Book 3 at page 24. will be entered against you for DAIRY --
Abstracts of Title covering this the relief demanded In the bill FLOUR 29
property may be seen and ex- of complaint. The nature of said Bag
amined at the office of Isham suit being for Kraft (Cheese Spread J
W. Adams 121 Broadway Daytona DIVORCEWITNESS )
Beach, Florida my hand and seal
Dated at Bunnell Flagler of said Court this 27th day of OR YOUR CHOICE VELVEETA,
,
County, Florida, this 22 day of November A. D. 1967. 2 Lb. 99 e .
November, 1911.GEORGE. GEORGE M. MOODY Loaf.........
M. MOODY Clerk of said Circuit Martha White (Plain or S. R.)
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Seventh Judicial (Official Seal)
Court
Circuit, In and for Flag By Janice Murray 5 Lb. -PRODUCE--
ler County. Florida. Deputy Clerk
Nov. SO, Itc Nov. SO. Dec. 7. H, 21.-4tc FLOUR Bag 39 Fancy Delicious ,



Limit (1) of your choice with purchase of $5.00 BAG APPLES, Iff j

INN or more food order 4 Lb. Bag........... :55Juicy : : !

FISHERMAN'S SweetORANGES !

Armour Shortening < '


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTCome 3 Lb. Dozen.... ".,....... SSe ,i

Vegelole 49 :

and meet the Costellos for your favorite Tin Fresh CrispLETTUCE


-SNACK and BEER- (OR YOUR CHOICE) Head........,......... 25c

BIG OYSTER ROAST DEC. 9 3 Lb.

CRISCO 67"Limit Frozen Foods

ALL YOU CAN EAT $1.75-2 P. M. TILL Tin

Master Chef

Open 9 Till Week Days-7 Till Week Ends (1) of your choice with pw@hase of $6.00 French Fries,

Flagler at the Bridge 439-9211 or mere feed order 2 Lb. B.g............ 35 eGEORGE



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.l!,, Benton Eisenbach returnedto Julia Harvey returned to

Bunnell Sunday from Ma. her home at' Painters Hill Fri. I h'r

con, Georgia where he was day after a week's visit in

the holiday house guest of Mr. Tifton, Ocllla and Macon, Ga.
and Mrs. Harold Fowler and with friends and relatives.

daughter Donna.

I Thanksgiving dinner guestsof Jv

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Heyder Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wads-

k and son Tracy of Miami visIted worth were Dr. and Mrs. Red

here Friday with her father din BrUt, St. Augustine and

Clyde Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wadsworthand ? w

son, Bunnell.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. (Trav) __-"- _. ; ;[:1,- '\I/IIIJ1 ....
Chambers had as their house
Roland and Polly Hambley,
f t guests Thanksgiving, her South Daytona, visited in Members of the Junior Classof all of the class members win.

brother and his family, Mr. Bunnell Friday with her parents Bunnell High School sold ning top honors. Left to right

, and Mrs. H. C. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Jack For. $1190.00 in subscriptions dur they are seated: Janet Cook,
children, Henry and Evone of son. ing their recent magazinesale. Kathy Bourne, Cindy Dur

Claxton, Ga. First prize for sales was ranee. Nancy Hargett. Stand.

Walter' and Laura Morris awarded to Mary Ann Stef- ing left to right are: John

Mrs. Jennie, Black and Mr. spent the Thanksgiving holidays Ilk; second place, Cindy Dur- Cody, Mary Ann Steflik, Mike
and Mrs. Benny Black visitedin in Orlando with their WEDDING ANNOUNCEDMr. ranee; third place winner was Robinson and Coleen Tucker.

Orlando Thanksgiving with son In law and daughter, John John Cody. Shown above are
Mrs. D. D. Moody and daugh and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell,
and Joann Ellis and in St.
ers Iona and .Juanita.r Flagler Beach, announce the .
Petersburg with Laura's par. of their ,
marriage daughter,
FROM SON fIN
ents, Mr. and, Mrs. A. L. Salt. GARDEN CLUB TO HEARS ;
Elaine Edith to James S. Y
r Mrs. Remley Murray and VIETNAM
HEAR MRS. SCHWENKMrs. received \i ,
t children Jackie, Elaine, Jim. Hutchinson, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T A. Jones
Bob and Cook and
Evelyn Mrs. J. ,S. Hutchinson, Savannah Frank Schwenk will
,\\ my and Kay, spent the weekend children, John, Janet and a long distance 'call
t. in Hazelhurst, Ga. visit. at Ga. give a talk and demonstrationon from their son,.: SP4 Alan
with her Mrs. Mary, spent Thanksgiving The couple were united in "Porcelanizing Artificial
Ing mother, Jones, Sunday night from
Boca Raton with their son In
Peede, and Mrs. Laura Bram law and daughter Harry and marriage Wednesday evening, Flowers" to Flagler Beach Hong Kong;'Alan'told his par
lett and daughter. November 22 in a ceremony Garden Club members Tues ents he had received the
Pat Gignac and family.
performed in the presence of day, Dec. 5 at 1:30 at the Bronze Star for ground actionat

Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Wat. relatives and friends by Schwenk home, DaytonaAve. Dak To on the night of No\
Tom Kahlert returned to
kins of Okeechobee were vis. Athens, Ga. Sunday after County Judge T. K. McKnightin ., Flagler Beach. Co-hos vember 14., and was on R and
itors in Bunnell Monday. Rev. spending the holidays here his office. tess will be Mrs. Otis Magee. R leave in Hong Kong and
Watkins is a former pastor of Born in Miami, the bride Members planning to attend would return to Vietnam Mon
with his and
t the First Methodist Church of parents Tony moved here in 1954 and attended are asked to bring an day. '
Mildred Kahlert.
" Bunnell.Mr. Bunnell High School. "original" Chrstmas decora- He is stationed in Vietnamand

The groom attended schoolin is assigned to the 173
Mrs. Don Moore returned tion.All
and Mrs. Fred Fruits Savannah and served with members are urged to Airborne Brigade, US Army. .
home from
Saturday Waynesvile -
and Freddie the the U. S. Army in Korea. He attend.
son spent His address is: t
N.
C. where she visited
is
Thanksgiving holidays in employed by a construction
\ SP4 Alan W. Jones t
several with her
days parents,
\ Parkton, N. C. where they attended ; company in Savannah, Ga. ARRIVES FOR RA 12882644 i':
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sawyer and
The left
!the Canady Family her son and daughter In law, couple immediately HOLIDAY VISIT Co. B 2nd Bn. 503 Inf. Sep:
reunion. following the ceremony for Mrs. Marvin Seagraves De.
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie 173 rd Abn. Bde. -, r
Moqre. Savannah where they will re troit, Mich., arrived: via plane APO San Francisco 96250. .. .

s Mrs. (Buddy) Chambers was Albert and Florence Maryes aide. last week for a holiday visit :\ .
in St. Petersburg to spend the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ..
the week
spent Thanksgiving ..
l\ holiday weekend with her ANNUAL THANKSGIVING Domonic Buono, Flagler .
end at Rebecca, Ga. visiting
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. GET-TOGETHER Beach. Mrs. Gene FerrettI,,De : 1
with his brother in law and ', ,
Among those from Bunnell ,trait
Mrs. Sea-
Stickney.
accompanied
.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. ,
attending the annual Thanks. graves on the trip. .
Young and family.Mr. .
giving get-together for members Thirty members of the Bu-
and their families of the f'
the
ono family gathered at
and Mrs. Kenneth Whitney -
LADIES Bunnell Hunting Camp in the Bunnell Civic Center Thanks.
and family spent the
I DRESS SHOP Ocala National Forest were giving Day for dinner.
at Clermont
holidays with her
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Deem and
t AVAOABLQ HERE parents, Mr. and Mrs.. David daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. PROGRESSIVE SUPPER TO/

tOVINVESTMENT Fagerston.J. W. Deen and daughter, Mr. FOR YOUNG PEOPLE \

I FOR FIXTURES ONLY and Mrs. Billy Deen and The Young People Sunday
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B. High of Miami visited
ell you boy It the flxturnCWlthmt daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy School Class of the First Bap.
.
supply" *f $10 here over the weekend with
000.00 I* 11000.00 bteulIM his mother Mrs. B. Bertha and children, Mrs. tist Church of Bunnell enjoy.
ndM. (drMui. 'portiwtur, Virginia Robert Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. ed a Progressive Supper Saturday .
hall, bees, .M s, llngtrfK -, High, Pine Street, Bunnell. Sambo Tilton TOUR HOME
and children
I .I at .. cost fa yet etell night.
.... till will,Mf.v knew train Pew..fHIIvI. Mrs. John Southerland and and Mr. and Mrs. Edward The group met at the homeof CALL US FOR ESTIMATE I

1 b,ckud by tnlili.n dollar children returned to their Hawkins and daughters.The Miss Sandy Scott for appetizers
mpany group enjoyed a .traditional and a salad course. HOME INSULATING CO.
home at Vero Beach
Write P. O. Box 916 after several days visit Monday here Thanksgiving dinner. The main course was servo 357 Andrews St Onnond Beach

BaInbrIdge, Ga. with Mrs. Neva Eisenbach. ed at the home of the class Office 672-0745 Home 255-3232
MRS. WILSON ELECTED ,teacher, Mrs. Charles Anders.

i PRES. NURSING COUNCIL The dessert course was at
Mrs. Bernie Wilson was the home of Miss Gwen QWlm.Co-.nmn '

BUNNELL CUSTOM elected president of the Flag. Brooks. The group journeyedto FIBERGLAS
KITCHENSFREE ler County Nursing Council at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ..

the November 16 meeting at John Clegg for a Scavenger :... /, .
ESTIMATES Bunnell High School. Other Hunt and refreshments.

CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS officers elected were Mrs. Harry
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McKenney, vice president;
BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES Mrs. M. B. Fuller, secretary;

Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods and Mrs. George Clegg, treas. Flagler County Insurance
urer. Mrs. L. H. Church was
FURNITURE REFINISHING reelected Loan Closet chair

Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, man. Agency Inc.

50 Mile Radius Council members authorized ,
.the purchase of mattresses for

Call Collect 437-3513 the loan closet. All Forms of Insurance

The Nursing Council will
not meet in December. 305 East Moody Blvd. -.. Phone 437-3171

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GEORGE, MOODY.,SR. PVT. ROBERTSON" JOINS' Ir' i 5-THE FLACLEB TRIBUNE TJiU S.. NOVEMBER 30. 1967

WHEREAS: GEORGE FAMILY FORTHANKSGIVING

MOODY SR., was a lifetime .
and honorary member of the --
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robert. Quantity Rights
Flagler County Chamber of
Commerce; andWHEREAS son and son Greg, stopped at WE GIVE e.ed'

GEORGE Fort Bennlng Ga. enroute to M E T'T S **

MOODY, SR. was one of the Jones, Alabama for the TOP "
early pioneers of Flagler the Thanksgiving holidays, Price, Good

County who worked earnestlyand for their son, PvL Boyd Rob Thurs., Fri.; Sat .

diligently toward the progress ertson. VALUE and Monday,

of Flagler County, and They visited with Mr. Rob SUP'ER MARKET Nov. 30, Dec. 1, 2
WHEREAS, Mr. Moody has ertson's sisters and their families STAMPS
ably served his county as, a Mrs. Robert Smedleyand and 4, 1967
103
member of the State Leglslature SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
family and Mr. and Mrs. Phone 437-3201
land as a member and
Hubert Smedley and child. '
chairman of the Board 1 of FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS '

County Commissioners. ren.Pvt.. Robertson, US Army, is '
NOW THEREFORE BE IT stationed at Fort Benning .

RESOLVED: That the Flag. where he is in basic training. :
ler County Chamber of Commerce ib.27

acknowledges the great ,
FLAGLER BEACH COUPLE
contributions Mr. Moody has

made 'to Flagler County and CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY

expresses sympathy to the 5 lb. BAG FAMILY V: $1r ; >. ," Whole' .

family in their time of bereavement Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee PKG., CUT-UP..................u ..a.: .' ,
of the loss of their celebrated their 47th Wedding TENDER SELECTBEEF ,
loved one. Anniversary with a Dessert
Bridge party last week at their
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
home, 112 11th St., Flagler
that the Flagler County
Chamber of Commerce directs Beach. LIVER lb. 49 ,

that 'a copy of this resolutionbe The Thanksgiving motif ,

spread in the minutes of was used in attractive fall

'the Chamber of Commerce, decorations placed at vantage .

that a copy be mailed to the points throughout the home. TENDER DELICIOUS
family of George Moody, Sr., Joining the hosts for the '
'
land that a copy be publishedIn gala occasion were Mr. _and

the Flagler Tribune. Mrs. Frank Schwenk; Mr. and PORK STEAK

Mrs. Ralph Hirst and Mr. and M. Lb. 49C
Signed: Mrs. Floyd Tingley.The .
L. E. Wadsworth
Tingleys were high
President score prize winners for the LEAN TENDER'.
- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT two tables of bridge. i It .


IN ENTII TIIK CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT, SRV., HOME ON LEAVE SPARE RIBS ; : : 59

IN AND FOR FLAGLEK ; : Lb.
{'OUNTY FLORIDA
CHANCERY NO. 0297 Pvt. Sam. Smith, US Army I
MICHAEL W. MURRAY, arrived Thanksgiving to ,
Plaintiff, spend a fifteen day leave here
JAMESVH.. EBERT. DORCAS with his parents Mr. and Mrs., U. S. Choice (Boneless) U. S.. Choice
HARRINGTON EBERT and THE, Raymond Smith. Lb.
FLAGLER COUNTY DEVEL- ROUND STEAK Lb.
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9ge STEAK
OPMENT COMPANY a corporation Pvt. Smith recently completed 8ge
training at Fort Sam
NOTICE Defendant OF SALE II V CLERK Houston, Texas. He leaves Juicy Tender Streak O'Lean

Notice U hereby given that December 6 for Fort Dix, N. J. Lb. WHITE Lb..
to Final Judgment CUBE STEAK
a
pursuant 8ge
dated the lilt day of November. where he departs for Germ BACON 4ge
1(67. and entered In Chancery any on an assignment with
Case No. 52)7 of the Circuit Homemade (Pure Pork) World's Best
Court of the Seventh Judicial the US Army Medical Corps.
Circuit In and for Flagler County Pan Lbs.
Ground
W' Florida MURRAY wherein ii the MICHAEL plaintiff.and ATTEND SHOW AT lAX SAUSAGE 2 9ge BEEF Z Lb. 99.e

JAMES H. EBERT. DORCAS
HARRINGTON EBERT and THE Misses Betty Louise Mary
FLAOLER COUNTY DEVELOP- Ann Grace and Mechele
MENT COMPANY a corporation.
are defendant, I. George M. Stefllk, Kay Ferryman Janet Shurfine (ELBOW
Moody at Clerk of the aforesaid Scott and Pamela McDaniel, )
Court will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, at the attended the WAPE Musical Your Choice MACARONI,

North County front Courthouse door of In the Bunnell.Flagler Show at Jacksonville Coliseum 7 oz. Box.Shurfine ....... .... fOe I

Flagler County, Florida, at 11:00 Friday night ;
o'clock A. M., on Monday the (Thin)
18th day of December 1967 the .-
following described real property LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN -- SPAGHETTI,
to-wlt:
Tract It TUB CIRCUIT COURT OPKLAGLKK Shurfine, (All-Grind.) 7 oz. BoxDelmonte............ lOc
Lots 16 to 20, Inclusive, In COUNTY, FLORIDA

Block .4;In Lots 16 to; 20 inclusive In Case N*. 288 I Lb. (Light Chunk)
to 20. inclusive,kln8"I, DONALD E. BUCK JR. ;:
a cord Ing: to the Plat of Atlanta Plaintiff COFFEE 37 TUNA, i

a Beach subdivision Subdivision of Government being PATRICIA ANN BUCK Tin 3 i/2 Flat.......... 8ge
Lots 2 and 4, In Section DefendantNOTICB
19, Township 12 South, TO DEFEND Bruce' (Cut) 2l/2 Can
Range 32 East Flagler THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: (OR YOUR CHOICE)
County Florida as per plat MRS. PATRICIA ANN BUCK Sweet Potatoes, $ of said subdivision on file In 15S4 48th AVENUE APT. 103
the office of the Clerk of the SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA Maxwell House (All-Grindf) 4 Can................ JL
Circuit Court. Flagler Coun
ty. Florida In Plat Book 8, You are hereby notified thata Showboat !
page 24. suit has been filed against you ILb.I (300 Can)
Tract 2 1 In the above entitled cause; and COFFEE ;;
Lots 21, 22. 23 and H, Block you are hereby required to file 47 PORK & BEANS, $ 4; Lots II. 15. 21, 22 Lots 21. 24., your answer with the Clerk of TinLimit 8 Can................ A,
25 and 26, Block 6; IS this Court and to serve a copy
15. 21, and 2%. Block 11; the thereof upon the plaintiff or
South 38 feet of Lot 24, plaintiffs attorney, whose name Campbell' (Tall)
Block 5, and all of Lots 25, and address ls: ((1)) of your choice with purchase of $5.00
26. 27 and It Block 6; all DONALD E. BUCK, 8R., ES- 1 or more food order TOMATO SOUP, $4f 00

being subdivision In Atlanta as per Beach map, or a 108 QUIRE SAINT GEORGE STREETST. 8 Can................ JL
plat of said subdivision on AUGUSTINE. FLORIDAnot Shurfine Plain
S. R
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lie In the office of the Clerkof later than December SI, A. or .
the Circuit Court In and D., 19(7.If .
for Flagltr County, Florida, you fall to do 10, Default 5 Lb:
In Plat Book t at page 24. will be entered against you for DAIRY _
Abstracts of Title covering this the relief demanded In the bill FLOUR 29 1
property mar be seen and examined of complaint. The nature of said Bag ;
at the office of Isham suit being for
W. Adams 121 Broadway. Daytona DIVORCEWITNESS Kraft (Chee.e Spread)
Beach, Florida. my hand and seal
Dated at Bunnell Flagler of said Court this 27th day of OR YOUR CHOICE VELVEETA,
Florida, this 22 day of November A. D. 1867.
November County GEORGE M. MOODY 2 Lb. Loaf......... 9ge .
t1 E lfJE M. MOODY Clerk of said Circuit Martha White (Plain or S. R) :
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Court Seventh Judicial (Official Seal)
Circuit, In and for Flag. By Janice Murray 5 Lb.
Florida. Deputy Clerk PRODUCE--..
ler County
Nov. SO ltc. Nov. tO Dec. 7, 14, 21,-Uc FLOUR Bag 39 Fancy Delicious .



Limit (1) of your choice with purchase of $5.00> BAG APPLES, :

INN or more food order 4 Lb. Bag............ 55,.,
FISHERMAN'S .
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UNDER NEW 'MANAGEMENT 3 Lb. : Dozen.... ...,....... SSe
Vegetole 49 :
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ALL YOU CAN EAT $1.75-2 P. M. TILL Tin -

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FlagUr at the Bridge 439-211 or more food order Z LL. Bag......,...... 3 5 e

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FLAGLEH TRIBUNE TOURS- NOVEMBER 30. 1967 you do file In one of the three Q. Is it true that I should

months before. Also, you may always show my claim num.
I Social SecurityNEWS find that you are entitled to bar on any letters I write to
BIG BETSY /
SAFETY
TRAFFIC I some social security paymentseven any Social Security Office I

:', Among the leaders In the History's costliest recorded though you are, still get a widow's social security

battle against traffic accl- castrophe, according to the In working.Q. check.

., dents, according to the In. surance Information Institute, One of my friends has a This is true. When first
surance Information Institute, was Hurricane "Betsy," which Q. I hire a par% time maidIn you
i little folder In which she started check
home and her $10a getting a you
are the nation's automobile swept across Florida, Mississippi my pay .
whose and Louisiana In September week. I realize that this Is keeps records about her doctor we: re sent an award letter
Insurance companies, bills. She she it how much would
got showing
contributions-In terms of 1965. "Betsy" caused dam over $50.00 In a quarter and says you
should be reported. The problem at the social security office. get. The claim ,number is on
estimated at than
more
materials-
money, time and age Is that she does not want Can, you tell, me what. it is this letter. It Is also on each
', $50 $1 billion, of which about $715
add to approximately
up million was Insured. me to take out her share of called and how I can get check you get. All social security -
million a, year., the social security tax. Can I one? records are kept by

Just report and send In my number so it slows action

I Today's per capita Income First English newspaper on share ical Certainly.Insurance It Is Record called of"Med-Med. down'on your letter if you forget .

'Is the highest In history. And the Pacific coast was published to show the claim numberon
needed. at Monterey, Calif. A. No. As the employer you ical Expenses, Form OASI. all correspondence.
are responsible for sending 881C. If you will call or write

\ the entire tax amount when your social security office and
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
you report. You should explain ask for it, (they will be gladto
I to that mail it to you.
-------- your employee TilE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH
this Is required by law and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

: 1 0 ON TIME that her share should be de. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT IN AND. FLORIDA.FOR FLAGLERCOVNTY.

oog 5 10 ducted. However, you may 'pASR NO. 7M

CERTIFICATESMINIMUM wish to pay the full amount IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF R. I.. McNABba..
; yourself.Q. FLAGLEH COUNTY, FLORI McNAB'S SERVICE

DAYS I.ACase No. 260 Dlv. A Plaintiff,
I COUNTY MINIMUM S3.o00-90 The other night at the E4i'iECt C. RADEH GRAY. EMIL vs.
Plaintiff. MISSINNE and ANNA
I NATIONAL RENEWABLE. AUTOMATICALLY office bowling match, we were VI. MAE MISSINNE,. his wife
talking about Fred, a member LOUIS MARTIN GRAY, ,. Defendants,
'BANK of who had stroke Defendant.! NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada our team a TO DEFEND
NOTICE IS HEREBY
; Ormond Beach. Florida last month. I happened to THE SATE OF FLORIDA TO: that I, P. A. EDMONSON GIVEN
mention that I wondered if LOUIS MARTIN GRAY iff ''of Flagler County, Florida
RESIDENCE AND POST OFFICE d virtue of a writ
he had filed for disability under ADDRESS UNKNOWN of Execution I heretofore Issued
: 1II11I1I1I1I11II111I1II1I111I11Uffi1llilllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllin 1111111"11111111111 i 11111I111"111I111111I1", social security yet. One of You are hereby notified that a out, of the' above entitled court
cult has been filed against you In the'above styled cause,, have
the other fellows said "No
f In the above entitled cause; and levied upon the following property
\o he cannot file until he has you are hereby required to dIe situated lying and being In
your answer with the Clerk of Flagler County. Florida, to-wlt:
for six
been disabled months.
r this Court and to serve a copy
rI This fellow usually knows thereof upon the plaintiff or Beginning at a point 20 feet
I
rr north of the Southwest Corner
r what he is talking about, butI and plaintiffs address attorney Is: whose name of Tract 4.''running East
would like to know If thisIs DONALD C: JACOBSON, 104 feet thence north 270
ESQUIRE feet, thence west 104 feet to
POLISH right. 317 ORANGE AVENUE the west line of Tract C,
,L \ DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDAnot thence south 270( feet along
:
,
A. No, this is,not right. It Is later than December 9. A. D. the west line of said Tract
: 1967.If. 4 to the point of beginnnlg,
a "part-truth" and one of the you fall to do '0, Default In the south half of tract 4,
1 :
SAUSAGE SUPPER main reasons why you should will be entered against you for Block D, Section 11. Town
ship 13 South, Range 31
the relief demanded In the bill
check ,
always with the experts of complaint. The nature of said East In the Bunnell Devel.
on social securityyoursocial suit being for opment Company's Allotmentas
DIVORCEWITNESS per plat filed wtlh the
Security office-when hand and seal Clerk of Circuit Court of
my
SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 you ;have a question'about social of said Court this 7th day of Flagler County, Florida.
November, A. D. 1967. As the property of the above
security.It
i GEORGE M. MOODY named Defendants, and that on
Serving From 5,Until( 9, m. Clerk of said Circuit Court the 8th day of December 1967
p. is true !that no payments (Official' Seal) between the legal hours of sale,
can be made until after the : By Janice Murray namely eleven o'clock In the
I Deputy Clerk forenoon and two o'clock in the
:WHITE EAGLEKORONAHOMEMADE six-months waiting period, Nov. 9, 1C, 23, 30-4tc afternoon, on said day, at the
; but Fred should file Immediately front door of the Court House
In ,
Bunnell Flagler County,
so all the paper work LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Florida I will offer for sale and

DESSERTS, ..yi can be done before his waitIng sell to the highest bidder for
.. cash. In hand, the above described
..'I period':vls up. NORTII ORMOND DISTRICT DRAINAGE property, as the property of
said Defendants to satisfy said
'Sponsored by Korona Civic Club Q. Why Is it so importantthat NOTICE OK MEETING LANDOWNERS execution.
i P. A. EDMONSON,
i I file a social security Notice is hereby given that a Sheriff of Flagler County
claim in the three months before meeting: of the Owners of Land Florida. -
situated In the North Ormond
O dolts $i.o" Children 75c \ the month I reach age Drainage District In Volusla and Nov. 18, 23, 30 and Dec. 7, 4t<2
( 65? I do not plan to retire) Flagler Counties Is hereby call-
,.O"ance ticket purchases not necessary but would be ed District to be at held 420 at Seabreeze the office Boule.of the r _5'" ,....... ...
A. It is because
S important vard, Daytona Beach Florida, O. F. ALFORD
appreciated, .- you will receive full medicare same being In the County of Volucia

t; protection starting: with the 12, 1I61n at Wednesday 2 o'clock, P.December M. for Registered

II month you become 65 Unless the purpose of electing Super. Real Estate Broker
If 'l visors and for any other business .
l.. that may come before the
Bunnell Florida
I meeting.At .
<'5!<2Ki < such election, each and
every acre of land In the District
shall represent one share
and each owner shall be entitled
to one vote In person or by

I't: each acre of land, duly owned signed by him WE MAKE

t In such District. Guardians may OUR OWN PAINTBuy
CHRlS1MAS GIFT 6UIaEIi represent their Wards, Execu.
;
tors and the Administrators Estate of deceased may represent Direct-SOT*-Why

persons and Private Corporation Pay More
may be represented by their
GALLONS
to\\i ,.a. officers or duly authorized
Agents.It 3 LATEX $5
INfr .
'CHRISTMAS Is ordered that this Notice I.teHor-Exterior:
CARDS-
# be published once a week for
two consecutive weeks In the Gallons S 98
Daytona Beach Observer 2
'. BOXED AND INDIVIDUAL newspaper published In Volusla Outside White 3

# Trbune County,, Florda a newspaper, and 'published: OIL BASE FOR WOOD

'WRAPPING: In Flagler County Florida. Date Yeomans Nationwide
T: PAPER TAGS of 19(7.first publication November 16, Paint Factory

: RIBBON and DECORATIONS BOARD V. Guv OF Day.SUPERVISORS Secretary.Nov. 438 So. u. S. 1-Hand Arc.
OrmoBd Beach
... a to 8i30
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16. 23. 30, 3tc.

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.J :. CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR THE .


''I-' MAN" OR LADY IN YOUR LIFE (Thursday)

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:, Buxton Purses '" British Sterling-.1:. 'ii'; :"' 'f''" CASH BINGO


: : and Bill Folds Nine Flags -SPONSORED BY-


.J x Kodak Cameras Old Spice ; Disabled American VeteransJim


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.I Radios Crepe de Chine : :J'


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8 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THI7R& NOVEMBER 30 1967 Mrs. Aida Moody watchesas OPCC WOMEN'S er.
B. G. Lonidas Gavalas, GOLF RESULTS
Ron Nicol, and of
owner pro
I CONARC-DCSPER, pins SFC
FORMER RESIDENT RECEIVES RATINGa stripes on her husband Robert Julie Taylor placed first for Ocean Palm Country Club,
.... .. ." Moody III, Enlisted Secretaryto Tuesday Play Day and low will conduct a free golf clinic
:. :;:;.., ,' r' : the General. Ten week old putts went to Alma Fyfe at each Tuesday morning at
:..:'j.--\:; Ocean Palm Club, 900. All Interested
(.: .,#1-, Elizabeth Gayle continues her Country women
,, o.W afternoon snack undisturbed.SFC according to Dot Read, report golfers will be welcomed.

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Moody, a graduate of
a Bunnell School is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Moody,
Bunnell. lie enlisted Decem
ber 16, 1955 and has servedon
assignments at Panama SPECIAL1YOUR
Canal Zone, Laos, Thailand,
Philllpplnes and France. yo

SFC Moody and his family 4.
reside at Fort Monroe, Va.
where he is stationed with
the US Army.TROOPEUILLSAtS..

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overall, fits over two burners.


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