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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: December 7, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 55 NO. 49 THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1917 $3.50 A TEAR


Charles Tonkin NEW ABSTRACT TRIAL MOVEDTO

BUILDING Marco Polo Officials BUNNELLCircuit


Died Sunday COMPLETEDThe Judge William L.

Wadsworth will during
preside

attractive new Flagler the trial of Mrs. Ruth F.
After Long Illness Abstract Building is Confirm
County completed and two suites Flagler SiteIn Seaman, Palatka, Dec. 11
when Circuit Court fall term
Charles Tonkin, 111 Palmetto have been occupied. The new opens. Mrs. Seaman, employ.

Ave.. Flagler Beach, block edifice construction is one-story with of concrete a a letter presented to the tersectlon of ,the Old Dixie ed In the accounting depart.

passed away Sunday morningat paneled front cypress Flagler County Board of Commissioners Highway land Interstate 95. ment of St. Johns River Jun

Bunnell General Hospital The building Is located next Monday morning, Plans are now ,being completed ior College was accused of

after a long illness. to the Citizens Bank, is of O. I.. White, president and A. for development of the embezzling $7,971.51. The trial
similar design to the bank' B. Wright, vice-presiden t of site which indicates construe. was removed from Palatka at
Born In Cornwall, Englandhe Marco Polo the request of defense attor
building. Project, Jointly tion will start during the early '
came to the United Statesat Ample parking is providedon stated "We have now reacheda part of the ensuing year." neys. It is expected that !the
the of 21. Mr. Tonkin trial will continue several
age the side decision to locate Marco
east and to the
for M. C. Strickland, Jr. who days and will attract wide In
was confidential secretary rear of the building. The of. Polo Park In an area in the
Quaaker Oats Company of fice have separate immediate vicinity of the i t- presented the letter to the terest in this area. The case
Chicago. He was treasurerfor spaces commissioners stated that is scheduled for Monday, Dec.
heating and air conditioningunits.
the Evansville, Indiana present plans call for nearlyall 11.
YMCA for ten years before Bunnell High construction to be in Flag.
The Flagler County Insurance Other cases on the court
moving to Florida He had resided ler County. Mr. Strickland
Agency and Flagler County docket Monday are: StanleyW.
at Flagler Beach for the Abstract Company have School Receives stated that 1-95 Interchangehas Robinson, charged with
past 12 During his re been approved by the
years.
moved their offices into the burglary; Wednesday, Eddie
lirement he was employed as west side suite which occupies State Road Department. He Massey, manslaughter; Wiley
Executive Director of the Flag approximately one-half SACS RatingSupt. also told the board he' had Jones, assault with intent to

ler Hoousing Authority in the building. begun land clearing under committ murder; Elmer D.

Bunnell. He was a charter Fred A. Fruits, Jeweler has of Public InstructionCoy contract/! with Marco Polo for Sperry, passing worthless
member of the Bunnell Rotary moved into the east suite. Mr. G. Harris announced at the anticipated construction.The checks.
Club and a 50 year Mason. the school board meeting
Fruits has a spacious and at.
/ A member of St. Thomas Epis tractive sales and displayarea Tuesday morning Bunnell letter to the county

copal Church, he served as a with a workshop in the High School had received an commission requested the VOTERS REMINDEDTO
reader for several commissioners to clean and
lay years rear. The window display is "advised" rating from the
prior, to his illness. not yet complete due to sign Southern Association of Col open a drainage canal, knownas RENEW !
leges and Secondary Schools. the Bray Canal, for a distance
lettering and light installa REGISTRATIONSSupervisor
Survivors Include his wife, of
.
Harris stated schools are rated approximately one
tion being incomplete.The .
Viola and several nieces and
; mile. The Board of
Clear, Advised, Warned, readily agreed Registration
center suite will be occupied
nephews in Chicago, Stanley Probation and Dropped.The 'to clean the canal as soon as Mary Smith has mailed out
by Attorney Leland B.
Tonkin Doreen Crossman,
easements 437 cards to
voters
proper rights-of-way purge
Dorothy Nichleson, Vera Sch- Shaw. Mr. Shaw's office, a only deficiencies notedat
could be obtained and whose names on the
suite has wall Bunnell High three appear
were
veigert, Melvin Gray and two room to
rights-of cleared for registration books but have
were
way
Ivan wall carpeting and_ walnut Instructors were teaching out
Gray. paneled walls. Mr. Shaw expects of their certified fields, and dragline operation.The not voted in the past two

Funeral services were heldat to move his law officesin science equipment was needed letter from Marco Polo years,

St. Thomas Episcopal about two weeks. In chemistry and physics officials concluded "We are The registrars office said the

Church, BUnnell, at 330 Tues- class rooms.Other confident that this project will cards must be returned with
.... 4 ? *' ,.... day' afternoon-with the Rev. COMMISSIONERSAT 'board business included have a pronounced impact not in thirty days. Those not sign-
Robert Stuart and The Rev. adopting a policy per only on 'the economy of Flag. Ing the 'cards' and returning

r" Canon Shumacher officiating. BEACH CHANGE mitting school aides to per ler County, but also, the en them within the specified period .

I. Interment followed at Espanola MEETING DATES form duties of lunchroom tire East Coast area of the are dropped from the registration -

w Cemetery. Craig Funeral monitoring, playground duty, state." roll.
Home, Bunnell, was in chargeof Flagler Beach City Commission study hall monitoring and The 12 million dollar
arrangements. will now conduct its bimonthly oversee school bus loading amusement complex being The cards were mailed in

meetings on the first and Unloading.. It was em. planned by Marco Polo, Incorporated November and Mrs. Smith
Pallbearers were John Cannon and third Thursday of each said only 61 cards had been
phasized this would not relieve will Include a
Louis Steflik, Tom Lens, month beginning January, returned.
" regular teachers of the giant Cllmaitron: a showplaceof
sen, Averley Brown, Bob Hen .1968. The commissioners voted
above duties.
tropical The
plants. glass
derson and Ted Hein. to change the dates from
Employed Mrs. Nancy L. enclosed structure will ,have -I
the second and fourth Thursdays
Cathey as Home Economics controlled climate and will Flagler BeachTaxpayers I
BODIES OF SLAIN to the new dates at. their
Nov. 21 Teacher at BUS. feature a man made 90 ft.

, YOUTHS meeting. .' Hired Dr. D. L. Smith, form. mountain. Adjacent to the
The commissioners agreed 7' Mee
er Bethune Cookman College gardens will ,be fun areas with
r IDENTIFIED to pay expenses and tuition professor, as principal at various entertainment.

; ,fees for City Marshal John Carver School. He succeeds The Flagler Beach Taxpay)
I Suspects are being sought ;
Laing to attend a three-day I
: for questioning in connection law enforcement school. Leroy Hunter, who died recently ROUTINE MEETING ers Association held a meet- \.
.
Ing Monday night, at which
with the deaths of two boys
Other ,business of the com Hired James C. Snyder as FOR BUNNELL two resolutions' were passed,
; whose bodies were found Jn \
I' mission included: Haw Creek school bus driver. among other important mat ,
a ditch 6 miles south of Bun.
Denied the request of J. L. Nominated Lewis E. Wads COMMISSIONERSDuring ters. A resolution honoring ,
nell at Favorita week
i One of the teenagers a found ago. Dykes for a tax adjustment worth, III, to the DBJC advis ithe routine meetingof the late Mr. George Moody, "
I I on property located on Lambert ory committee replacing Ray the Bunnell City Commis. President of the Association '\ I

J shot to death has been identified Street Mercer who resigned.A sion Monday night, commissioners at his recent death, settingout
i as Daniel Shultz, 18, Agreed to request permission BUS student council dele approved closing an his many virtues, unquestioned

Bloomfield, Ind. The other from the Flagler County gation and two parents ap- alley between properties located integrity and useful

youth was identified as James Board of County Commissioners peared requesting permissionfor on Deen Road and Franz life, and expressing condo.

Stephen Moore, 18, San Ans. to use the voting machinesfor the Student Council to Street Frank Dziedzic present. lence to his bereaved family

elmo, Calif. the City's Special Election sponsor a Christmas Dance. ed the petition for closing the and many friends throughoutthe
scheduled for December 15. The board regretfully declined alley.In State of Florida.
The bullet riddled bodies Al Zamba will set the machines the request, but offered other business the com
found Wednesday morning up for use. both financial and chaperone missioners agreed to include The other resolution adopted

, carried no Identification. According Approved payment of the assistance as individual citl- the city's new policeman Herbert by the unusually large
1 A. Ed- group of taxpayers present
to Sheriff P. current bills. zens.
Anderson in their false
,
f :
I mon Shultz was traced to In, City Attorney Max Osslnsky arrests Insurance plan with had to do,with a request to

, diana through a high school reported on the status of a FLAGLER BEACHTO the National Sheriffs Association. the City Commissioners. to r-e
class ring from "Eastern High parcel of land in Hilcrest Sub store the' rich, soil, grass,

School". A clue to the final division, known as the "tri VOTE ON Agreed to meet Dec. 11 at plants, shrubbery, and orna
Identity of Moore came froma angle" and a uniform( policy 7:30 to discuss the mentation to the City Park,
p. m. city'sproposed
PARK ISSUEBy
handprinted name on a will be made for surplus prop- known as Block A, Moody
sewerage system
sleeping bag found near the erty owned by the city. a special (act of :the 1967 with Engineers Dawkins and Subdivision.The .

victims. Voted to relocate and resurface Legislature the City of Flag Associates. resolution also pointedout

When found Shultz had Avalon Street. Due to lee Beach Is 'holding a special Incrusted! the clerk to notify that! the taxpayers hired
faulty surveying! the street election Friday, Dec. 15 to determine
been shot once In the head Mr. Tom Holden( to meet legal counsel to request the
was improperly located at the whether or not vote
25 caliber and Moore with the commissioners Dee Circuit Judge Wadsworfch to
with
had been a shot twice in the circle and the work will be ers wish to prohibit the use 18 in regards to Ms requott grant an Injunction to stop

and in the head done to establish propery lines of the city park for parking. for a property waessm nt the Commissioners from hauling -
face once at the circle. The County Road Section 3 of the! bill states: change. off the rich' top soil, shrubbery
Sheriff Ed.
with 38 caliber,
a said. Dept. would be asked to assist The City of Flagler Beach and Discussed removal of unsightly arid stones that ornamented

monson with the surveying. all of its departments and fuel storage tanks on it, and destroyed the

One MHpecU Kit Hayden, agencies are specifically prohibited property owned by SinclairCo. Park; therefore, this. resolution
has been picked up and is being MISS SMYTHE HIREDAS from using any part on US Hwy. 1. No action requested the City Com-

held in Baton Rouge, La. BUNNELL CLERK thereof for municipal park was taken on /ithe matter. misftioners to replace all the
awating ez1radkioe.Another: ing or private parking. rich soil and replant shrubbery

suspect, Norman Garrett Is Ifta Barbara+ Smythe ws Voting machines will readas TAX AifSSSOR ATTENDS ud restore the east 50

still Ming sought and was hired as City Clerk by the follows: SEMINAR IN TALLAHASSEE feet of the City Park wfckh

last repotted to have been in Bunnell City conunlSMOMnat Shall Chapter 1531, Laws of Flagler County Tax Assess they destroyed, and also to restore

Nashville, Terni. a special meeting Wednesday Florida, Special Acts of 1967, or Donald B. :Moore, was the: concreted area used
Sheriff Edmonton: said the Nowmber 29. Miss restricting: the use of earl' +tin among the 300 tax officials by tile chillren for sfcattag and

F. B. I. Is assisting the local Smythe replaces Mrs. Nancy .property to park and recreation attending a three-day 'tex turf-boards. The resolution

authorities with the investgotten. !- Rodger who resigned from purposes be approved.' seminar Dec. 4.6 at Tallahassee was adopted, and t

the Job November 30. YES. NO. for county tax ......... to the City Cbnu srera



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fUNNELL FLORIDA office at Bunnell Florida under E EVERY DAY PRICE
OUR
Act of March 3. 1871.lOe C Iu 0 1 C

JOHN A. CLEQO Bar..B.Qued
Per C .yOB ,
Oscwiwa
Editor and Publisher
Year .. ....--.t3.M Ea
BETTE 8. McDANIEL __. CHICKEN 98e
News editor Six M ath* f3 00

D lffa.ted newspaper, for .n CaUlde Flacler County .Qued
Bar-B
Legal Advertising ,1.00 Per Year ,
SPARE lb.
RIBS 93cChoice
EDITORIAL

What We Are Here For!

As new publisher and editor of the Flagler Tribune, we JuicyCUBE
have much to learn about the newspaper business. But, we are

starting be served.out with the general Idea that there are three purposesto STEAK lb. 9S

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First, The Flagler Tribune will serve as the advertising
media whereby the merchants and other business men may
tell the buying public what they have to sell. If we do a good
Job of laying out the ads and give adequate coverage over the Lean Fresh '
county so that the buying public is made aware of buying, opportunities

purpose.Second, we feel that we will have accomplished this first GROUND BEEF Ib.Lean $$149

The Flagler Tribune should make a fair profitfor
us as a return on our investment of time and money. This is
part of the American enterprise system. Western "FIRST CUT"

Third, and not of least importance, The Flagler Tribune
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will render a public service in reporting all the news in a fact. Ib. 49
finding manner with as little bias as possible. We will serve the
churches, schools, civic, service and fraternal organizations by
giving publicity to their actlvites. We shall publish family Information .
of birth, parties, marriages and deaths when this In.
formation is available to us. Small Meaty (IDEAL for BAR-B-Q) VALLEYDALE

We feel that we have an obligation to serve the communities SPARE RIBS SAUSAGElb.
by pointing out the things that are both good and
bad. When we point out the bad it will be from the point of '
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view of hoping that we can offer some suggestions for im Sge Roll 49*
provement to make this county a better place in which /to live.It .
will be our intent to deal with problems and policies and I
Lyke' "Sugar Creek" SMOKED 6-8 Ib. .
hope that we do not have to deal with personalities. Avg.PICNICS

In the matter of politics, we shall attempt to report fac *(
tually without indorsing candidate or party. In the matter of Ib. 39
policy, we shall expect integrity in the expenditure of tax payer
funds with the belief the taxpayers dollar is hard earned and
should be spent conservatively. However, this must be balanced
the needs of a progressive and communities.In .
against county
NECK BONES jIbs.. PIG FEET I:! lbs. $
brief, these are the purposes we see at this early RIB TIPS............... JI $100 I PIG TAILS................ :JI r
point. We hope you will see what we shall be attempting to do
and /that we shall all work together to make Flagler County a .
better place in which to live and do business. Lyke' 15 oz. Can

John A.-CleggJ BEEFED< HASH 3 For $1T00 FOLGER'S (All Grinds)

1 BUNNELL HIGH Junior High School Grades COFFEE
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SCHOOL HONOR 7.9 BUSH'S BEST SPECIALS'No.

ROLL* SIX WEEKS Sandy Lila Allen Abbott ( 300 Can) 1 Tin 4ge

Students must have 90 or Barbara Cowart
above in each and every subject Nancy Creal Pork and Beans Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food lorder,
Minnie DeenCatherine Black Eye Peas
Harris
Senior High School Grades Mixed Beans
Debbie Johnston
1012 Debbie Meeklns Navy Beans
h'' bert Creal BREAKSTONE
Susanne Nelson Northern Beans
Rebecca Durrance
Janet Haines James Pounds Pinto Beans
Davey Solomon COTTAGE CHEESENew
Jeanne Higginbotham Donna Steflik Chili Beans
Ll/ida! Knight
B/th Matherly Mark Taylor StricklandJeff Kidney Beans ( at Our Store)
Ann Meekins
1 inda McNab Cherry Wadsworthr EACH Ib.
Stella Weaver 1 37e
(Tony Parker Deborah WhiteElementary CartonFROZEN
Terry Rawlins
Grades 4.6
Chip Brooks EVERCANE
Sherry Buckles FOODS -

Dale Clegg SUGAR
Rob Cowart Morton's BEEF CHICKEN TURKEY
uB s Billy Creal
Lisa Hall POT PIES
5Bbg
Chuck Harding 29C 5 P8C: $1

Debbie Herr
Paula Kiwala Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Handy Pac 2 lb. Pkg.

Jan Kim Perryman Knight FRENCH FRIES Each 29cSNOWDOIFI

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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER 7. 1967 SURPRISED ON

16TH BIRTHDAY
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tt H i5H H ftfNEXT Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holt surprised Would YouBELIEVE

her sister, Miss Kerry tIt
.
\ !I Lawton, on her! sixteenth!
L : -- ? birthday at a dinner party at
Happened in Flagler
r.I: the DIxlanna Restaurant re
l Y \ i cently. County 20 30, 40 years ago

.. The honoree was presented
__________" jft [j with a special Sweet Six. 7 '

DOOR TO POST OFFICE 5 teen" decorated cake.
TEN YEARS AGO 1957
t '.: 5 Joining them for dinner -
1 Bunnell, Florida r. were George Buckles and Sandra Deen, daughter of
i David Higinbotham. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr.
I, Following dinner the group of Bunnell had pledged to j
I attended/ the WAPE Concert Phi Mu Sorority while attend.
j at Jacksonville. ing University of Florida.x .
( )
r | Robert A. Parker, son of Mr.
f j and Mrs. Pal Parker, Sr. of
r i Flagler Beach had pledged
OPEN 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday thru Saturday ii ii i iCHURCH Kappa Alpha fraternity at
the University of Miami.x .
i ( )
*. '. i NEWS The First Research Corporation
i : -ALEX COLMANShan i of Miami started an eco-
_
nomic and industrial: surveyin
BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST Flagler County under the
stretch proportioned Charles D. Anders Pastor supervision of (the Florida De.

Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday velopment Commission. The
School. survey would outline the potential .
PANTS $14. 0 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship strong points In the
7:00 p.m. Training Union. county and, at the same time
8:00 p.m. Evening Worship.Wed. point out any weakness that
.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer must be corrected before the
Tops to Match..;... $9.00 to $15.00 Service. County's bid foil new Industrial

Nursery, all services. payrolls could attain
2 Blocks East of stoplight, maximum effectiveness.
Moody Boulevard. (x)

Work had started on four-
,4 laning of US Highway No. 1
_
juM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH from Korona to the Volusla

Flagler Beach County line. The project was
Max Halt Pastor scheduled to take 200 working
TrissiPants Sunday School: 9:45.: days for completion.
Morning Worship: 11:00.:
(x)
Evening Worship. : 7:00 p. m.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: TWENTY TEARS AGO-1947

-- 7:00 p. m. A northeast storm that lasted .
and Pants Tops On the corner of Third and several days undermined a

Central. filling station and restaurant,
known ai Sun Dial south of
Flagler Beach. Damage was
''SrtSHtteMSHWeM !*** FIRST METHODIST
_estimated at> about $3000.
BUNNELL "
The tides extremely high
for Her. Oliver Taylor Pastor from northeast winds sawed
HER
Gifts Sunday School 9:45: a. m, away at the barrier, cutting
Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. it back in some places as
'. \ Methodist Youth Fellowship, much as 20 feet.
:> .- Lingerie by Vanity Fair 6:30 p. ni. A number of piling were
2 Blocks East of
Highway knocked from under the Mu.
;. Dresses and Suits for the Holidays ria 1, Lambert Street. nicipal Pier.

(x)

t Jeweled trimmed Sweaters ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL The Colony Club held Its
Th RAT. Robert Stuart. first Fall< meeting at the home t'
Priest in Charge! of Mrs. Lee Blakely. Officers
elected for the coming year
Church School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday. year were Jeanette Bertha,

Remember a small deposit holds your choice when you Communion Morning Worship first Sunday 11:15: a.m.of vice president president; Audrey and McKnight Angela,

use our convenient LAY-AWAY PLAN each month. er.Wadsworth, secertary-treasur-
Thrre miles east of Bunnellon
Highway 100.CATHOLIC (x)
THIRTY YEARS AGO-1937

George Durramce, 87, Flag-
f':! f':! t\. CHURCHES let county pioneer was hon
Her. Fr. Leon PastorST.
Anthony
I ored with a surprise birthdayat
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MARTS. KORONA
NOVELTY Flagler Beach given by his
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m. sons and daughters.x .
Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed.,
( )
GIFTS and Friday at 8:30: a.m.
GIFT American Legion Post 115
FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL
elected the officers
following :
Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
FOR HIM A. M. McDaniel, commander;
SUGGESTIONS Thursday, and Saturday at .
John McIntosh, first vice commander
8:30 a. m.
MENS ALPACA ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL ; Louis Trad, second
vice commander; H, M. Ben.
SWEATERS Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m.
CHAIN BELTS son, adjutant; M. B. Fuller,

$ r THE METHODIST CHURCH chaplain; O. p. Powell, ser
TOTE BAGSDECORATIVE
Flagler Beach geant at arms.
Reynold Nelson Hoorer. (x) ,
SOAPS WHITE LONG SLEEVED Minister Miss Jessie Cyzyckl, daughter

SHIRTS Sunday School 9:45 a. m. of Mr. and Mrs. John Cy
MINIATURE SHAVING J'' Morning Worship 11 a. m. zyckl, Korona, was one.,of the
Low <.. for $399 Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45 selected freshmen to'participate
. KITS p.m.Men's in the Torch Night ceremony
Club meets the first at Florida State Collegefor

UMBRELLAS ALL WEATHER JACKETS Monday of each month at Women.
111' 7:30 p. m.Woman's. (x)
MINIATURE BOWS and $t1 )95 Society of Chris. FORTY YEARS AGO-1927
tion .
Service the 2nd Thursday
CLIPS"EYE ** Bunnell High School electedthe
HAIR I 9:30 a. m.
i following staff
newspaper
South Avenue.
MENS ROBES Daytona members: Managing editor,
GLASS HOLDERS. Sumner Allen, associate editor
N BOYS SWEATERS BUNNELLPENTECOSTAL Homer Diddle; sports editor .

RAIN HATS HOLINESS Harold Haley; social editor
Assorted Sizes and Colors
Rer. John Llngold, Pastor Hazel Harrel; Joke editor,
Dave .
JEWELED KEY CHAINS JIFFIES For Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. McKenzie.x( )

Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. C. O. Magee, proprietor of
GOOFERS BOYS and MEN Life Liners Service, &30 the Flagler Oemee lord MBpkted .

= ... $150 and 1 p. m. his 0rvice otntiqh
Evening Evangelistic Service
;;.s" $300 fronting on the n w fHafe
JJ, 7:30 p. m. Highway.
Deen Road.COMMUNITY.
(x)
SMOOTHIE TIES Ladte of the
IN DOUBT ? ? tilt Mttkmary

$150 and Up CHURCH MEMORIAL .d a gift shop Buanellii",

FIe9Ier SsaRev. BuUdtac.
Give a R. W. Dkkert Paler :: ',
Sunday School t, 9:45: a. m. The ...
e Wbniiip 80rvtM, 11 a. >*. Club at )1 Hatooted .
qilt Communion every a_ Sun to following .

day of each qussb r. ** Cochmn. pvMldto t:

Daytona Avenue, tenth Ii Butawd, vio -9 _;
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HENRY C. GIVENS. JR.
4--THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TIIURS.. DECEMDSn 7. 1937LLLOCAL'S MISS KACSin TO WED MR. AND MRS.

PAUL JOHNSENMr.
1S
and :Mrs. Harold Mas-

\ ale, 700 Ridge Blvd. South

Daytona, formerly of Flagler

Beach, announce the engagement

of their daughter, Marguerite .

Tess, and Paul Edward

Johnsen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Edward Johnsen of Savannah

Georgia.The 4ui
wedding will take placeon
Friends of Mr. W. H. King Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoi- January 13 in the Chapelof u Y

will be Interested to learn he lenbach, Flagler Beach, hadas Saint Paul's Lutheran
has been transferred from their dinner guests Thanksgiving '
Church, Savannah.
Bunnell General Hospital to Mrs. Katherine Heck. Miss Massie is the maternal

Gllmer's Nursing home in St. man, Daytona Beach; Miss granddaughter of Mr. DanaF.

Augustine for medical care. Mary Monhlne, Pittsburgh, Fuquay of Flagler Beach r
Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
; and 4
and the late Mrs. Fuquay
'- Victor and Cora Buckles Fuller and son, St. Augustine; the paternal granddaughter of

have as their housegueststhis Mrs. Mary Bross and family the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas j "

week her brother in law and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Newton Massie,Sr. of Waynes- ,t&4

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lerch and family of Flagler ville N. C.

W. E. Stewart, Fort Mill, S. C. Beach. The bride-elect attended

both Flagler Beach and Bun r 9
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barber 9
1 Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford nell Schools, Brenau Academyand _
left Sunday for their home In f t
visited at Cocoa Beach Sun. Howey Academy and was
day with Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Montgomery, Ala. after a ten graduated from the Universityof
visit here with 'his
Alford and :their1 grandsonwho day par. Georgia where she was a _
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bar. r
was born Saturday, Dec. member of the Kappa Gamma -
ber. Thursday they were din. :
2. sorority. She is employedby i -
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
the Chatham County Department :
Carlisle Byrd at their home in
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden Seville. of Family and

.. visited in Gainesville Monday Children Services In Savan
with friends. nah. Miss Massie'Is presently _
FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL
residing at 110 East Victory '
:
;
6 WEEKS HONOR ROLL : _
Savannah.Mr. .
Drive
,
Lewis Wadsworth returned
Flagler Beach Elementary 4i
Johnsen attended Sa- _
home Wednesday from a four School students on the honor I
vannah High School and was ...- -
day business itirip! to New York
roll for the second six weeks
from the University
City. were: graduated of Georgia where he wasa Miss Stella Faye Ungold veil of peau de sole was attached .

Grade 3: Doug Thomas, Joe member of the Chi Phi fra became the bride of Henry C. to a crown of seed

Jeff Crews, son of Mrs. Joan Miller, Frank Reynolds and ternity. He is employed by Givens Saturday evening at pearls. She carried a cascadeof .

Crews Bunnell, is a patient;, at Hal Whitaker. the Reynolds Metals Compa Bunnell Pentecostal Holiness white carnations and stephanotis

Hope Haven Hospital in Jacksonville Grade 4: Brad Fennell. In Sheffield, Alabama. Church. The Rev. James L. with white satin

where he is receiving Grade 5: Patty Reynolds, ny Stuart, Jacksonville, performed streamers.

medical treatment. Cheryl Hoskins and Jeff ATTENDS 50th WEDDING the double ring, candlelight Miss Patricia Llngold, sisterof

Thomas. ANNIVERSARYMr. ceremony.The the ,bride, was maid of hon.

Weekend houseguests of Grade 6: Mike Abbott, Frank bride is the daughterof or. She wore an aqua crepeA
and Mrs. P, A. Johnson,
Mrs. Jennie Newell, Flagler Bryan, Cherrie Hannah, Dale celebrated Rev. and Mrs. Lamar Lin- line gown. Her shoulder
Bartow Florida
Beach, were Carol Smith and Johnson, Rodney Law, Peggy Anniversary gold, Bunnell. Her husband is length veil fell from an aqua
their Golden Wedding
Cora Jensen of Titusville. Reynolds, Terry Stryker and afternoon at the son of Mr. and Mrs. HenryC. satin pillbox. Her flowers

Pam Thomas. Sunday Givens, Sr., Green Cove were pink carnations.
a celebration at their home.
SHOWER FETES Nieces and nephews of the Springs, Fla.Escorted Bridesmaid was Miss Linda

BRIDE ELECT AUCTION-MARKET of the couple from Bunnell by her father, the Lingold, sister of the bride.
SALE DECEMBER 9 bride wore a floor length A
She short blue lace A
Miss Judy Dunson, whose attending the celebration were wore a
marriage to Fred Harris will Everyone is reminded of the Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. HollandMr. line gown of white Chantillylace line dress and her veil was

be an event of December 29at' Market Sale and Auction Sat. and Mrs. Z. G. Holland, over chiffon designed attached to a matching fabric

St. Stephens. Catholic urday, December 9 at the Jr., Mrs. Cordell Robertson and with a lace shadow back pan. flower. She carried white car
el The featured a scalloped
Church, was honored at a Flagler Beach Methodist Mrs. Dave Cowan. gown nations.
neckline with long tapered
Miscellaneous Shower Sun. Church. Edward Hendrick, Palatka,
day afternoon. The bridal The day-long activities:: startat SALLY SMEDLEY sleeves ending in pointsat uncle of the groom, was best
the wrists. Her waist length
10:00 a. m. and the auction
shower was given by the FORMER RESIDENTTO man. Ushers were uncles of
bride elects grandmother, Mrs. will be conducted at 3 p. m. WED IN DECEMBERMr. the bride, Walstine Lee andA.

Anna Jarosz, at the St. Marys according, to Bob Wallace, and Mrs. Hubert O. FINESSE CLUB WINNERSMrs. J. Lee, St. Augustine.

Church Hall at Korona.A chairman.' Smedley, Jones, Alabama, an W. W. Deen was high Immediately following the

handmade ornamented HOME FROM VIETNAM nounce the engagement of scorer when the Finesse ceremony there was a recep
Wishing Well centered the their daughter, Sally, to Harry Bridge Club met Tuesday tion at the Bunnell Civic Cen

serving table, decorated in a Sgt. Tommy Robertson, US F. Knight, ,Jr., son of Mr. night at the home of Mrs.
pink and white color scheme. Air Force, has arrived to and Mrs. F. Sr. ter.A
Harry Knight Dale Brown, Moore Street, three tiered wedding cake
Thirty invited guests joinedthe spend 30 days leave here with Key West, Florida. Bunnell. Mrs. Rosely Cameron topped with a minature bride

honoree for the affair. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. The wedding will be at 6 was second high. and groom was flanked by

Mark Hannah, West Moody p. m. December 25, In Pleas. The group will meet for two lighted tapers on the refreshment .

MARRIED IN JACKSONVILLEOf Blvd. ant Valley Methodist Church, tables of bridge Monday at 8p.m. table. An artistic ar
Sgt. Robertson has been
interest !to their Flagler Jones, Alabama. at the home of Mrs. Hal rangement of white gladlo-
stationed at Nha Trang, Viet
county 'friends Miss Minnie nam for the past 13 months.He The bride elect attended Jordan, Flagler Beach| lius, pink carnations and red
Bunnell School and is
Omega Baxley, daughter of has reenlisted for anothersix High roses formed the centerpiece.
Mrs. Horace M. Baxley and months and following his a graduate of Dallas High VISITING IN VIRGINIAMrs. Serving were Mrs. Genny Ray
School, Prattville, Ala. She and Mrs. Lois of Green
the late Mr. Baxley married leave will return to Vietnamfor Moody
Norman Frederick Stumph, an assignment is a student at Alabama Col Gladys Sturman is in Cove and Mrs. James Stuart,

son of Mrs. Howard J. Stumphin lege.Miss Manassas, Va. visiting with Jacksonville.Miss .

the University Baptist BROTHER DIES Smedley is the grand her son and daughter In law, Cindy Lee, cousin of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Os. Major and Mrs. William Liv
Jacksonville, at 8 p.m. Friday IN ACKSONVILLE the bride kept the brides
car D. Robertson, Bunnell andis ingston. book.
( Church, Jacksonville.
Charles Mann. 48, of Jack. :the sister of Mrs. Edward
While she Is Mrs.
away, After
The Rev. Jack J. Dinsbeer a wedding trip to the
\ officiated.The sonville, brother of Mrs. Zellers also of Bunnell. Bill Marshall is visiting here west coast the newlyweds are
Rodger Edwards, Bunnell, with her father, Mr. Raphael
reception was held at making their home at 2511
died suddenly Thursday night
CHRISTMAS PROGRAMFOR
the church. The will Sturman. Gardner Court Fla.
couple Tampa,
after suffering a heart at FLAGLER WSCS
reside at 5676 Spring Park tack.
The 'WSCS of the Flagler
Road, Jacksonville. Funeral services II were conducted
Beach Methodist Church will
Saturday afternoon at meet at the Fellowship Hallon
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY 3 p.m. at Hardage Funeral Flagler County Insurance
Dec. 14 at 9:30: a.m.
Home in Jacksonville.BOY .
Dale Johnson, son of Mr. The Christmas Program will

and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, be presented by Mrs. Hal Jordan
celebrated his 11th birthdaywith SCOUTS TO and Mrs. Roger Hoose. Agency Inc.

a party a1 his home re ORGANIZE AT F.B. Hostesses for the coffee hour ,

cently.A All boys between the ages will be Mrs. Reynold Hoover
Holiday Theme was used of 10% and 15 years interested and Mrs. Gladys Bergengren. All Forms of Insurance

in the decorations and refreshments In scouting are Invited to
of cake, ice cream attend an organizational IDLEWOOD CLUB 305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171

and punch served by Mrs. meeting Friday, Dec. 8 at 7 MEETING TUESDAY Bunnell, Florida 32010
Johnson. p.m. at the home of Mr. Howard .
Mrs. Gordon Shields will
The guests enjoyed several Hollenbach, 14th and LIFE- I REAUTOCASUALTY.BONDSi
entertain the Idlewood Club
outdoor games and prize winners Central, Hwy. A-1-A.
Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 8 p, m. at
t were Jimmy Watson, Parents are urged to attend
her East Blvd.
home Moody ,
Mike Abbott, Carl Lerch and and refreshments will be
I: Jan Revels. served. Bunnell.
Each member is asked to

I bring a Christmas gift for her

secret pal for a gift exchange. after
J BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS Plans for club's annual you see

Christmas Dinner at Marine- your doctor .
I FREE ESTIMATESCUSTOM land December: 16 will be dis

j cussed. /
BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS bring yourprescription

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES THANK> : YOUI to

would like to express to
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwood
my kind neighbors and >

FURNITURE REFINISHING thoughtful friends my heart-

:'New Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Area MC thanks for the cards, letters
gift and vMta during 'l>k qa,

50 Mile Radius my recent...., In the hospital.
These expressions have been Profes ,....
Call Collect 437-3513
deeply appreciated.
Toulou Gordon








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5-nlE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. DECEMBER 7. 1967


CL ...--
AIED Quantity Rights

I WE GIVE Reserved.
METTS **
.
I \lJJI'\ .
TOP Prices Good

RATE-4c per word. Minimum Thurs., Fri., Sat.
I charge issue S1.00. FREE PUPPIES-Four puppiesto
per give away. Seven weeks VALUE and Monday,

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain old. Mrs. G. C. Smith, W. 'SUPER MARKET December 7, 8, 9
fields Installed; Rota-Roter Moody Blvd., Phone 4373659. STAMPS and 10, 1967
snail shell. Reasonable prices. Dec. 7, Itc. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
.
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 I Phone 437-3201
8-l.tt WANTED-Lady 18.30 for
ticket' and novelty sales. COPELAND (FANCY 4 TO 6 Ib. AVG.)
FOR RENT Unfurnishedhome Snakearium and Taxidermy,
large living room, 2 Ormond Beach. See Bob:Moody c
bedrooms, 2 baths, dining Box 412, Bunnell, Fla. Phone Smoked
Picnics
room and kitchen, large 437.3989 after 6 p. m. 12-7-llp lb.
porch. John Anderson Hwy. OPPORTUNITY TO OWN
and Leslie St.Hillc rest Phone beautiful Console Piano, will
Wlsehaupt 439-2247 ll-23-3tc. rewrite on small paymentsfor
party with good credit. TENDER SELECT
6 lots for sale-110 ft. front Will transfer and guarantee; .
age by 330 ft deep. Includes Write Ellis Music Co., Pana
approximately 50 orange trees ma City, Fla. 32401 12-7-ltc BEEF LIVER 0
per lot. $500.00 down, balance lb. 39
payable at $40.00 per month FOR SALE-Desks, card files, !
Including interest. Phone 439. cabinets chairs, tables, shelve
2043. Nov.23.30, Dec. 7, 14, 4tp ing stools, heaters, copier, I
Clocks, 'air compressor, water DELICIOUS (BOSTON BUTT)
HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE. cooler, misc. equipment. Le-
2-bedroom 1966 Piedmont, 60x high Portland Cement Co.
10 ft, excellent condition. Air Phone 4392353. 1274tc. PORK ROAST 49
conditioning, central heat, -T Lb.
wall to wall carpeting. Con. $17,000 PLUS REGULAR CASH ,, >,
tact Buddy Taylor, Ormond BONUS for man over 40 in
Beach, 6721476. Nov. 30, 4tp. Bunnell area. Take short tripsto TENDER DELICIOUS

HELP WANTED, male or fe- contact customers. Air mail .
male, LOOK: Splendid Raw. J. A. Dickerson, President, '
leigh business available in Southwestern Petroleum Corp. PORK STEAK 49LEAN
Flagler County or NE Volusla oration, 534 N. Main St., Fort Lb.
Worth, Texas 76101. 1271tc. .
County. 'Exceptional opportunity '
for industrious
person.
INCOME-PART TIME
See or write Mrs. Ida L. Noles, TENDER
40 S. Whitney St, St Augustine Excellent part time business I
or write td Rawleigh opportunity for men and ,,<4. ',' .
Dept. FLL360.18, Memphis, women. No selling. Refill and SPARE RIBS I" 59 ,

Tenn. Nov. 30, Dec. 14, Jan 4, collect coin-operated money' from dispensers new type in Lb....................................._.......................,........
and 11, .
4tp. '
your area. Requirements: Must FLORIDA GRADE "A" ]&i '\:I if: \. :'\ '\
Venice Park Sub., Canal lots have $555.00 to $1,850 cash, FAMILY PACKAGEDanny's lb.
80x109, Lantana Ave. Lots Ten hours $
car and references.
Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7; Avalon Ave. weekly can net excellent part FRYERS 5'Bagnv.asmt'.t::._..,..... 169
Lots Nos. 28 and 29. Tax val !tIme Ihcome. Investment secured '
uation $9600.00. Will consider by inventory. For personal ARMOUR STARCHUCK f r
cash offer for the 6 lots. WriteJ. interview write Bern-
Rummey, 8114 Emily St., Co Distributing Company,
Detroit, Mich., 48234. 11-30-tfc 1007 Vinlal St., P. O. Box 6171, STEAK 59
Pa. 15212. Include
WANTED-Lady 18-30 for' Pittsburgh phone number. 12-7-ltp. Lb........................_...................................
your
ticket and novelty sales. Home Made Pure Pork
World's Best
Snakearium and Taxidermy,
Ormond Beach. See Bob Moody ZIG ZAG FOR $40. Pan "". Ground "".
SAUSAGE
SEWING MACHINE Original 2 99 BEEF
Box 412, Bunnell, Fla. Phone Guarantee. Makes button $ Z 9ge
437.3989 after 6 p. m. Itp.
holes, sews on buttons, deco
German Shepperd puppies for rative designs, monograms, Kraft (32 oz. Btl.) SHURFINE
sale. Phone 439.2540 after 5 etc. Must place in your area. ALL PURPOSE
p. m. Dec. 7-Itp. Just pay Balance $40. on easy
terms. Phone COLLECT Jack
sonville 3531946. Anytime. OIL I MAYONNAISEQuart
Will deliver, no obligation.Dec. .
7, 14, 21, 28, 4tc

Used wardrobe full length Btl. 47'' Q450 I
mirrors on double doors-removable ,
shelves $15. Jerry's
Furniture and Appliances Old Limit ((1) with purchase 0'f'$5'P0" 0 Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00
Dixie 2 miles So. of '
Highway "* or more food order
TOYOUR Korona, Ph. 4373752. dec 7 Itc or more food order '

.
BATTERY TROUBLES? Guaranteed AII.Purpoae'
Rebuilt Batters. $7.50up. DETERGENT OVEN GOLD
I
One mile from U.S. No. 1, '
Espanola Rd., Burmoll. Old
AJAX
Batteries bought Dec 7 Itp
HOME e FRUIT CAKE

CALL US FOR FftEg ISTIM/mf DRIVER EDUCATION Gt. .
Box 47''
HOME INSULATING CO. Although Insurance premium 3 Lb.
357 Andrews SL Ormond Beach discounts are available Ring 99
Office 672-0745 Home 255-3232 to students who complete recognized Limit (1) with purchase of :$5.00
driver education or more food order .
courses, such courses are offered *
OWtHI-COIINIKO In only about 13,000 of -
FIBERGLAS the nation's 18,000 public TABLE READYSOLID
high schools, according to the
Insurance Information Insti I Lb.

;!7T ;" tute.FISHERMAN'S. OLEO Pkg. 10 :


Limit ((2)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

INN Produce ,
Frozen Foods Dairy

Cello (Cooking)

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTCome Master Chef 3 ONIONS Lb. Bag., ........... 1'- Kraft Fresh
French Fries, Froth Green Orange Juice, "
and meet the Costello for your favorite 2 Lb. Bag............35., 1/s Gal................. 'Age

-SNACK and BEER- Assorted Flavor Lb'S c FilUlniry's Canned

ROAST DEC. 9 ICE MILK, Red BISCUITS, ,.'
BIG OYSTER 1Callon.............59RAG APPLES, 4ge Can.-.... .;
4 Lb. Bar............

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

Open 9 Till Week Days-7 Till Week End Our Butcher Is Now Taking Special Meats and Turkey

Ffegfer at the Bridge 43 -211 Orders' for Christmas

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6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. DECEMBER 7. 19G1 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN LEGAL ADVEIITISEMEXTix you are hereby

your answer with theeClarkflof
TUB TUB CIRCUIT COUnT iv this Court and to serve a' copy
News ForVeterans SGT. METTS HONORED AND FOR CIRCUIT FLAOLfiH COURT COUNTY IN- AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. thereof upon the plaintiff or
FLORIDA
FLORIDA plaintiffs attorney whose name
CIVIL ACTION If.. 257 and address Is:.
Sgt. John H. Metts who left
CIVIL ACTION 1'.. 2S7-A DONALD E, BUCK SR. ES-
CITIZENS BANK
OF BUNNELL,
recently for an assignmentwith CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. QUIRE
the United States Air BUNNELU FLORIDA A State 108 SAINT GEORGE STREET
Banking
: Corporation,
A State Banking Corporation, < I FLORIDA
M. T. Dixon of the Florida > Plaintiff, noTiate
Force In Thailand, was guestof Plaintiff, than December 31, A.
Dept of Veterans Affairs, !honor at a family dinnerat VI. JACK D. ABBOTT VI. and D. 1967.
JACK if :
stated that the "Cold War GIBill" D. ABBOTT, SUSANA ABBOTT you fall to do 10 Default
his
the home of his rarents, SUSANA ABBOTT, his wife, Defendant wife will be entered against you for
authorizes the Veterans Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnston. JOHN N. McINTOSH and NOTICH OF FORECLOSURE the relief demanded In the bill
Administration to grant service WILLIE GRAHAM MciNTOSH !SALE of complaint. The nature of said
his
wife,
suit. being for
TO THE
connection on a presump Those attending were Sgt. Defendants. AND DEFENDANTS ALL, OTHERS HEREIN WHOM- DIVORCE

tive basis to veterans who Mett's wife, Isabel, and son TO THE DEFENDANTS HERE. IT MAY CONCERN: WITNESS my hand and seal
IN AND ALL OTHERS WHOM NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of said Court this 27th day of
have served since Feb. 1, 1955. Davey; Debbie and Ronnie IT MAY CONCERN that the undersigned GEORGE November A. D. 1967.

This type of service connection Johnston; Mr. and Mrs. De. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN M. MOODY, as Clerk of the Cir GEORGE M. MOODY
applies to certain chronic wayne Metts and Sandy and that the undersigned GEORGE cuit Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit Clerk of said Circuit
M. MOODY, as Clerk of the Cir- In and for Flakier County Court
and tropical diseases. This Scotty; Mr. and Mrs. Bill cuit Court, Seventh Judicial Florida under pursuant to and (Official Seal)
could be very Important, due Baker and daughters Karen Circuit in and for Flagler Coun by virtue of a Final Decree of By* Janice Murray
ty, Florida under, pursuant to Fooreclosure entered in the Deputy Clerk
to the fact that so many of and Melinda. and by virtue of a Final Decreeof Foreclosure entered In the NOT. 30. Dec. 7. U, 21.-4tc

our American servicemen are Foreclosure entered, in the the Circuit Court. Seventh Judi-
above entitled cause, pending in cial Circuit, In and for Flagler
currently serving in Asia, GUESTS FOR DINNERIn the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial ; Florida Case No. 257, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT "
Circuit, and and for Flagler rln'It the
where a large number of legal hour of
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH
County, Florida. Case No. 26 -AI ale between 11:00 A. M. and
tropical diseases are preva- some families tradition will within the legal hours of 2:00 P. M. on the 18th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
: still remains. Thanksgivingdinner sale between 11:00.A. !II. and 2:00: of December, l :dr'the front IN AND FLORIDA.FOR FLAGLER
lent.Dixon of Mr. and Mrs. P. M.. on Monday the 18th day door of the Flagler County COUNTY.
said the passage of guests of December. 19(7 at the front Courthouse Bunnell, Florida, offer CASE NO. 794
this Jaw John A. Kurtz, Flagler Beach, door of the Flagler County for sale and will sell at public ,
simply If
that
means were served Italian "coplets"especially Courthouse Bunnell. ri1Rp offer auction to the highest and MINA SERVICE,
within one year following. for sale and will best bidder for cash all theright
prepared from an lic auction to the highest and title Interest and claimof Plaintiff,.
charge oe release from active ..
old family recipe for the best bidder for cash, all the the defendants JACK D. ABBOTT "
duty, a chronic or tropical' disease special right, title, interest and claim and SUSANA ABBOTT. EMIL :MISSINNE and, ANNA
is diagnosed and foundto occasion. of the defendants, JACK D. AB- his. wife, and all parties MAE MIS3INNE.&U wife
Guests enjoying the delectable BOTT. SUSANA ABBOTT, his sons bound by said 'ij:3 Defendants.NOTICE .
be 10 per cent or more disabling wife, JOHN N: McINTOSH and ment In and to the following described OF SUE"iU'''F'S 31tZNOTICE !

that such disability Italian.American menu his WILLIE wife, and GRAHAM all parties MCINTOSH or persons County of property Flagler., : fal Florida the 1$ HEREBY GIVEN
be rated as service bound by said that I, P. A. EDMONSON, Sher-
may connected were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sullivan Final Judgment towlt: iff of
Flagler Florida.under ,
County
In and to the 1966
following described Chevrolet-Chevelle Automobile

by the Veterans -
Ad. and Miss Donna Dear. property, situate lying 8pt Coupe, Model and by virtue of a writ
ministration. ing, Flagler Beach. and benlg in the County of Flag No. 1J617 Engine No. ID of Execution heretofore Issued
out of the above entitled
ler State of Florida to-wlt: No.: 136176A 1U168 court
in the abovo styled have.levied
Lot 82 of Block 75, amended The said property aa aforesaid, upon the I cause
[IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, IIIIIIIIIIIIU Plat of Venice Park Subdivision being sold to satisfy said Judg- erty. situated, :Jntfelof
1 I 11111111 11111 11111111 I 1111 11I11 11I11I1 IIH 111I 11111I111111I111 1111I ment. subject lying
per plat of said to any and all valid Flagler County. Florida, to-wit:
subdivision on file in the of lgan lien and
eo"rtle'g
flee of the Clerk of the Circuit c Beginning at a point 20 feet
ON TIMECERTIFICATES Court of Flagler County Dated this let, day of December north of the Southwest Corner -
A. D. 1967. / of Tract 4, running East
501 (Official Seal) 104 feet thence north 270
0 The said property.. aforesaid OEORQE M. MOODY, feet thence west 104 feet to
being sold to satisfy said Judg Clerk of the Circuit the west line of Tract 4.
Id ment subject to any and all va Court In and for Flagler thence south 270 feet alone:
WLUSIA prior mortgages Hens andencumbrances County Florida. the west line of said Tract
MINIMUM S3.ooO-S0 DAYS and rights. LELAND B. SHAW 4 to the point of beglnnnlg,
Dated this 1st day of Decem P. O. BOX 296 In the south half of tract 4,
N i.RENEWALE AUTOMATICALLY bee A. D. 1987. BUNNKLU FLORIDA Block D, Section 11, Township -
(Official Seal) Attorney for Plaintiff 12 South, Range 31
BANK GEORGE M. MOODY, Dec. 7, Ito East In! the Bunnell Devel.
Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada Clerk of the Circuit Court opment Company's Allotmentas
in and for Flagler County, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT per plat filed wtih the
Ormond Beach. Florida Florida. Clerk of Circuit Court of
LELAND B. SHAW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Flagler County, Florida.
K O. Box 298 FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR As the property of the above
Bunnell Florida IDA named Defendants, and that on
i ill i Iii Illi:111I'11I'' i lill111llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilim 11I1 H IIIRlIIllIlIllIlUlIlIIlIUnnllllHllllllh, II Attorney for Plaintiff CIVIL ACTION N.. 2M the 8th day of December. 1917.
Dec. 7, Itc.Mt VIRGINIA EILEEN JOHNSON, between the legal hours of .a.le.
Plaintiff. namely, eleven o'clock In the

'- .. CARL HERBERT forenoon and two o'clock In the
JOHNSON afternoon, on said day at the
.. .. .. Defendant. front door of the Court House
NOTICE: in Bunnell. Flagler County,
TO: CARL HERBERT JOHN- FlorUa. I will offer for sale and
PON. sell to the highest bidder for
RFD No, I, Box No. 9$ cash, in hand, the above described ,
Orion Illinois 6127S property, as the
of
property
t YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED said Defendants to
tT \ satisfy said
: : FOryourmother that a Complaint for Divorce execution.
had been filed
> against you and
I c P. A.
EDMONSON
'aM you are required to serve a
copy of Sheriff of Flagler County -
your answer or pleading -
>, P, ( youruncfeyouririends to thecomplaint to the Florida.
Plaintiffs attorney, LELAND Ii. Nov. 18..23,.20 and Dec. 7. Uo
SHAW, P. O. Box 298, Bunnell ,
,i p -, >t" N" ', ** : Florida, and file the original an
1, V i. /; :h'r or pleading In the offlce of
)f
of
) r of the Circuit Court O. F. ALFORD

i .,.:;; .. 10 r on or before the 6th day of January .
-' M everyone.,. 19SS. If you fall to do so, Registered
.
'dj' an order of default will be taken
\ against you for the relief Real Estate Broker
demanded In the ,
DATED at u r.la.t.igler
.. .
:' ",(,I l4 : ',:" ,1'1' County, Florida, this lit day of BuanelL Florida

; : f '!:!i ,. ") \ ,. 1t'.5: ; DecemJ IJ&Y'( MOODY .A4 r a..

; Clerk Circuit Court. Flag
.
4. lee County Florida.
LELAND B. SHAW
P. O. Box 296
: Bunnell Florida WE MAKE
Attorney for Plaintiff
J _Dec. 7. U, 21, 28, 4tc OUR OWN PAINTBuy
Direct
Sore
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN -Why

." Pay More

'\., FLAULBK TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLOR OF GALLONSLATEX


., t'..... In IDA Care No. 2HS 3 $5
DONALD
E. BUCK, JR. InterUr-Exterlor
Plaintiff
vs. 1 Gallons !S 99Jl

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NOTICE TO DEFEND OIL BASE FOR WOOD
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E FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER 7, ,1967 POSTMASTER MERCER said, but he added this log THIS WEEK'S RECIPEThis
Jam can be prevented with
delectable belongs
recipe
DOUGLAS ALFORDMr. VISIT RELATIVESIN URGES EARLY the cooptratloit of mailers.' to: },Irs. Rosa Paraifhella,
and Mrs. Lanny Alford, MAILING Patrons are urged to obSTVT winner of the most "unusual
Merritt Island, Fla., announcethe GEORGIAMr. % these dater for domestic dessert recipe entered In the

birth of a son born Sat., and Mrs. Lloyd Robert. Postmaster Mercer had a surface mall "Dessert Recipe Contest" Sponsored
Dec. 2 at Weustoff Memorial son and children Becky, Kirk, timely message for area citizens -Gifts to distant states, by the Ffagler Beach
Hospital, 'Rockledge, Fla. Tammy and Missy returned today regarding Christ should' be mailed' this week.
He weighed six pounds and home Sunday from Baxley, mas mall. Greeting cards to distant PTA."Apricot Ice Box Cake"
six ounces at birth and has Ga. where they spent the week "If you haven't mailed your states,' December 11. 6 tablespoons rom starch.
been named Douglas Garrett end visiting with relatives. gifts and greetings yet, please -Gifts and greeting cards 34 teaspoon salt.
do it now." Nationally, Mr. to nearby areas, December 13. .% cup sugar.,
Mercer said, the Post jOfflce Those gifts and greeting cards 3 cups apricot nectar.
r S < i i i i i i i !i Department is expecting a sent by domestic air, mail 2 'pananas, sliced
record Christmas volume of should be in the post office 3 egg yolk, beaten.
| CHRISTMAS SPECIALS 11 about nine billion originatingpeces by December 19. % teaspoon almond extract.
of mail. We can handle % coJtfeet cream.r
The Post Office cup
<\ the expected increases in mail Department ', .
nationwide Is handling more 1 don, lady fingers, split. ,
CUT FLOWERS BLOOMING and get it delivered on timeif "
PLANTS 1 mail than ever before and Combine CoOl starch, salt
PERMANENT people will mail early. suggest'that all holiday mail and sugar. Gradually add apricot
FLOWER WREATHSBLACK1S ; Experience in (the Atlanta eat tq'l boiling
be. |jn. the post office by the. nectar. }
/ Region (Florida, Georgia, S. C. eqd.of this: week pr early nextWeek over direct I\ and th n bpllgentiy !
FLOWER SHOP jj N. C.) has shown that 65 per tq astute cni4frge delivery } 1% indtutesr stirring
cent of all Christmas mail is constantly. ua add to
2 111 N. Forsythe St. ft delayed until the final 12 work Earfy,, mailing. gjves egg youcs.| Gig i'i to heat and:
days Just before Christmas post' ire !; 1 by riot continue cooking 2 minutes.Cool .
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OPEN SUNDAY DECEMBER 24th | Day itself.If Add almond
| loadng rno{? mail t into already slightly. extract -
this happens again, he overcrqvded} facilities and creams; mix' thor
said the '43,000 postal em- than the postal system can oughly. Place a layer of ladyfingers
ployees who' work at 2,400 handle. By spreading out and banana slices In
post offices in the Region will mailing over the pre-holiday bottom of waxed paper-lined
be deluged with 799 million period there is no chance of loaf pan. Pour a portion of
pieces of mail during this jan.-ups which could delay apricot sauce over bananas
ATTENTION critical 12 day period. the Christmas gifts and greet and' lady fingers. Repeat until
: "Handling this mail will be ings, the postmaster com all Is used. Cover pan with
almost hopeless task," he mented.THANKS waxed paper and chill 4 to 6
SENIOR CITIZENS, BINGO PLAYERS AND ALL hours. Unraold! on seYving

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THE FLAGLER BEACH CITY .
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THE JIM BOOE CHAPTER 86 OF THE DIS- HASTINGS
CIATION THAT SECTION 3 OF BILL 1531 & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
ABLED AMERICAN VETERANS EXTENDS ITS
READS AS FOLLOWS? 710-12 Lemon St.
APPRECIATION TO ALL THE ,FLAGLER Palatka, Florida
"SECTION 3. THE CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH COUNTY RESIDENTS WHO KINDLY' CONTRIBUTED Phone EA 5-9166

AND ALL Irs DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES TO OUR furnltuie, Upholterlng;

ARE SPECIFICALLY PROHIBITED FROM Repaired & Refinlshed

USING ANY PART THEREOF FOR MUNICIPAL TOY DRIVE Mattresses & Box Springs
Made to Order Also Renovated
PARKING OR PRIVATE PARKING".
Call Laura Morris 437-3233

THIS LAW If PASSED BY THE VOTERS OF Alter 6:00 P. M.
PRICES REASONABLE
FLAGLER BEACH WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
OF 65 FREE PARKING (fLACES-42 ON HIGH-
Announcing. Jut as near as your
WAY AlA AND .23 ON CENTRAL AVENUE JN Phone or Post Office

FRONT OF THE OLD HOTEL. SEE THE PLANSIN Drop Us a Card or Call

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; FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. DECEMBER 7. 1967 MRS.' BUCKLESCOMMISSIONED. .' FATHER DIES IN Mrs Nag. Abraham was
staying In New Kensingtonwith
COUNTY BOARD PENNSYLVANIAMr. Mr. Abraham's family at

:s &JSPORTS ADOPTS LT. COL. OF GA. Nagl Abraham was the time of his death.
VACATIONPAY called to New Kensington,
order of Governor
Sft RULES By Lester Pa. due to the death of his Funeral services ,will be
Maddox of the State of Geor
'NOTES* father Mr. George Abraham, held this afternoon at 2 p.m.
Flagler County Board of gia, Mrs. Cora Buckles was who died Monday morning. at New Kensington.
Commissioners voted 2.3 to commissioned as Lelutenant
LOCAL ATHLETES MAKE revise the county's vacation Colonel, Aide De Camp, Governor .
CONFERENCE TEAM regulations when they met Staff, State of Georgia.Mrs. .

Ernest Williams, BHS football Monday morning at the court Buckles was presentedan
squad center, waS select, house. The action was taken engraved commission by
ed All Conference back on the after requests for vacationpay Mrs. .Mary Howard, National R'PER
St. Johns River Conference. from Herbert Anderson, Historian of American Legion HEKEI r
Jimmy Akins, Bulldog guard, who recently resigned from Press Association Dec. 2 at
received honorable mention. the County Road Dept. to accept Orlando at the Mid-Winter
The gridiron awards were a job as Bunnell City American Legion Conference.
1'-presented; to the players by Policeman. Mrs. Buckles, active In var. .GilYOUR
Coach Jack Halt ious community organizations .
Chairman Steflik proposedthat has served as Commander :
BUNNELL WINS TWO vacations of five days a of Flagler Post 115;
TUESDAY NIGHT year be figured on a calendar District Adjutant, and Is pres.
year basis, not be accumulative ently serving as 5th District CHOICE OF A
The Bunnell varsity basket. from to Em. .
year year. Department Commander.Mrs.
ball team whipped St. Augus ployees must work 6 monthsto Buckles stated she was
tine Tuesday night 7163. The be eligible for vacation, one of three persons In the TEMPERATUREGUIDE-
girls team won a decisive victory and In case of termination of state to receive the commis
; over the St. Augustine employment vacation pay due sion. :
girls with a 56-20 score. would be prorated. I
The Jayvees lost a real close
FLORIDA FRUIT AND
game 4042.DECEMBER. County Road Supt. Jeff VEGETABLE ASSN.APPOINTMENTS SKILLETBecomes
Cockrell was Instructed to post MADE
the vacation regulations, together fully automatic when
Sydney O. Chas Jr., San.
with previously adopted
use the
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Fruit and Associa-
sick leave regulations at Vegetable
; ( .. the Road Dept. headquarters.Ed ford, president of the Florida of your Hardwick Gas
J "... tlon, has announced appoint Range.
I '. Fraser, Painters Hill, appeared ments to committees of the
to present a plat of growers organization.Local OR THIS
his property located In the men named were W.
,1 northeast section of the co W. Deen !to the Cabbage Com STOW-A-WAY GRIDDLE
I unty. The plat was tentatively mittee and A. B. Johnston to
adopted subject to his fixing the Potato Committee. Both
appropriate deed with the are from Bunnell.
1" l I Clerk of Court. The purpose of FFVA which VI Ii '

Len Wilson, former editorof efforts of producers, shipperswas \
the Flagler Tribune, formed In 1943 Is to unite
thanked the commissionersfor packers and processors of
BASKETBALL their cooperation.The Florida agricultural commodities
SCHEDULE In negotiations with pub.
December 9-Saturday, Callahan grocery ,bid of Bran. lic 'and private agencies. Beautiful, cast aluminum griddle with high
home. nams Food' Store for stockade polish surface and full drain area. 9" x 19"

Dec. 12-Tuesday, Father groceries was accepted. BEACH RESIDENTS overall, fits over two burners.
Lopez, there. SON DIES IN MASS.
Granted permission to the
Dec. 15--Friday, Hllliard,
there. City of Flagler Beach to use Wilbur Bowen, 51, East WHEN YOU PURCHASEONE
county voting machines for a Bralntree, Mass. died suddenly
Dec. 29.30-Friday and Saturday
special city election Dec. 15. Tuesday, Nov. 28.
New Year's Tournament
home.LUMBER. Commissioner Wickline re He was the son of Mrs. OF THESE
ported on the Governors CUP Bradford Bowen, Flagler
program at Crestview. The Beach and the late Bradford
MILLOPERATION community utilization program Bowen. HARDWICKGAS ,
SHOWNMore was Initiated by Gov. Mr. Bowen was a frequent ,
Kirk Is promoted by the Flor visitor at Flagler Beach.
than 75 lumber deal. ida Development Commission.A Funeral services were held RANGES

ers, pulpwood dealers and pa letter was read from the Friday morning at Brain tree, ,
per company officials from State Road Dept. stating the Mass.
throughout the state attended

State would clean and
sewers
the Open House at Wads- out;-fall ditches in the Bun. GIRL SCOUT TROOP 30" LUXURY MODEL"Program
worth afternoon.Lumber Co. Thursday nell area. FORMED AT FLAGLER BCH.

[' Tours were conducted thru Raymond Smith appeared A Brownie Troop the large mill (to review new before the board to request Girl Scout troop have been organized ,
Installations and observe the their cooperation on a project at Flagler Beach from ,. Cooking" Control
total operation from the logs he Is working on relativeto girls In second through sixth -them cooks"table-ready"foods, then. holds

being weighed In at the scale the possibility of storing grades. Thermal-Eye "Burner-With.
house until the lumber and grain In the silos located at Scout meetings will be at A-Brain"-dial top burner
chips are prepared for ship Lehigh Portland Cement Co. the Community Memorial temperatures easily.
ment to dealers. The board agreed to cooper Church Fellowship Hall, Flag. Trf.Temp Burner-'click
The group was amazed to ate with Smith.BUNNELL ler Beach, and all eligible Into "high", "simmer" and"keepwarm"
girls are invited to attend. settings.
learn the Wadsworth mill Black-Glass Lilt-Off
Door-
turns out 50,000 board feet of OPENS SEASON Troop leaders are Mrs. Patricia for easy oven cleaning.
lumber daily; loads a semi- WITH WINS Goodman, Mrs. Gerald-
THREE
ine McNeal, and Mrs. Frances
trailer of pulp chips every 20
-minutes and sells the wood BHS basketball teams opened Arnold. Organizer 1 is Mrs. $27495WITH
i shavings: and sawdust. their season Saturday night Cummins at 439-2116.
Following the mill tour the with thrilling victories over TRADE
'guests were entertained at the Pierson's Taylor High and Pa- BLOOD MOBILE
"Princess: Place" at a feast of latka's Junior Varsity teams. \ MODEL 8631-W
HERE DEC7"
Appalachlcola oysters, hosted The Bulldogs led the Pier-
by L. E. Wadsworth. son varsity boys 40-24 at halftime The American Red Cross
with the score closing to Bloodmobile will be in Bun
FLAGLER RECREATION a six point lead at the end of nell on Thursday, December
30" DELUXE
COUNCIL MEETS MONDAYThe the third quarter. After a 7 from 4.7 p.m. for a blood MODEL
Flagler County Recreation Pierson forward fouled out in drawing at the Civic Center.
Advisory Council will the fourth quarter, Bunnell Those desiring: to give bloodto
meet Monday, December 11 pushed ahead and won 5271. replace blood already used 140 Lo-Temp Controlh
at 8 p. m. In the commissioners The girls racked up pointsto may direct !their donation to lds meals "table-ready"- '-
room In the Flagler Beach beat the Pierson team 48- an Individual person. Others ..warms serving dishes.
Municipal Building, accordIng 29.The may give to the Flagler Coun Trl-Temp Burners-'click' e
to council chairman Howard Bulldog Jayvees beat ty account which may be Into "high", "simmer" and
Lerch. the Palatka Jayvees 3166. used by Flagler Countians.CABBAGE "keep-warm" settings.
Oven Window and Light- ,
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