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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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. 50 THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1967 S3.50 A TEAR


Grand JuryContinues BEACH LIONS HEAR 4.. FLAGLER TIDE TABLE

PARK SUPERVISOR
TIDES FOR DECEMBER 14-21

ProbeThe Major Lee Carpenter, District HIGH LOW
Park Superivor of State Day, A. M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Grand Jury was still Board of Parks spoke I to the [RCE 14 6:36 6:48 11:59: 12:42
questioning witnesses at Flagler Beach Lions Club 15 7:18 7:30: 12:36: 1:24
press time in their investigation Monday night at of, charges filed againstthe meeting held at Woman's 17 8:36 8:48 1:54 2:42
Flagler Beach City Com Club. Carpenter told what 18 9:12 9:30 2:30 3:18
mission. they do in the 14 parks in 19 9:54: 12:12 3:06 4:00
his district and showed color 20 10:36 10:54: 3:54 4:42:
Earlier an indictment was slides of 'animals, plants and 1 nr 21 11:18: 11:42: 4:42 5:24
filed against Kit Hayden. In nature trails In the parks.It .
the deaths of two young men
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F t found on the roadside ditch at was agreed to sponsor a ATTORNEY

: Favorita.. Beach Boy Scout Troop witha GENERAL OUT
f committee headed by
:I Serving on the Grand Jury Wayne Edwards assigned to FOR U. S. SENATE
are Kenneth Tucker, LottieM. determine what the Lions
Chimpkey, M. B. Fuller, would have to do as sponsor Attorney General Earl Fair-
Joseph D. Preston, Bennie cloth announced his candidacy
and report back at next meet
Clay, Paul Gurley, Julian ing. for the United States
Clifton, George English, Arden Senate today with the declaration
I_ Kinney, Richard Yelving- that Florida's Republican
ton, Leona Knight,' Thomas CHRISTMAS CANTATATO Flagler Chamber of Commerce Open administration is a national

Baskin, Bob Sizemore, L. H. BE PRESENTEDAT disgrace.
l Church, Charles Chambers, The Flagler County Cham He struck out immediatelyat
Coleen Dupont, Wesley Thom. FLAGLER BEACH ber of Commerce has openedan BUNNELL PTA Republican Rep. EdwardJ.

as and Willard Tucker. M. B. "Love Transcending" is the attractive office on US Gurney of Winter Park declaring .
Fuller is foreman. title of the Christmas Cantatato Hwy. 1 North ,across from the MEMBERSHIPTOTALS "from this -day, he is
The fall term of circuit be presented Wednesday, Bunnell Restaurant.The 269 the man I consider as my op.
court is in the third day of Dec. 20 at 7:30 p. m. at the new office space ha$ ponent.
the trial of Mrs. Ruth F. Sea. Flagler Beach First ((Baptist been equipped with office The Bunnell Parent 1967.68 Teach. While heaping hot coals on
man of Palatka who is accus Church. The choral selections furniture donated toy the ers Association's memo Gurney, Falrcloth, also was
ed of embezzlement of Pua were composed by John W. chamber, by Lehigh Portland bership totals 269 according to vigorously critical of Florida's
nam County School Board Peterson. Cement Company.A a report received from Mrs. present Republican governor
\ funds. The prosecution has fence has been erected Mike Stefllk, membership and ,his policies.
\ The cantata will be chairman. Mrs. Stefllk stated
its
completed presentationand presented
across the rear of the build- Falrcloth said he defends
the jury was in recess at 'by a combined chorus composed this year's total is thirteen
Ing and flower planters have the right of dissent but not of
above last
press time, prior to hearing of members of the Bap. been placed throughout the year. treason. He "utterly con I
the. defense testimony. tist, Methodist and Community Mrs. Stefllk urges all par demns" the of
" spacious parking'area. betrayal our
Memorial churches direct ents who have not purchased
The chamber has offered their PTA fighting men in Vietnam. He
ed by Judson Stryker. Mrs. memberships to do
promised a crusade for law
the
municipalities the opportunity so now.
ATTEND Ralph Hirst will be the accompanist and order.
to place murals on the Mrs. Stefllk said monies derived
CONVENTION inside wall space. The fence from PTA projects are
will ((be available for attach. Used for school programs. She CABBAGE AGENTS
.. j .j Mr. and Mrs.>Johrl C,.Riceattended __:.COMMUNITY ,'. YULE ,).. Ing lafge i pieturesi 'posters cry J;j I -said''y.rii:.. addition to ,the OPEN
the Joint conventionof PARTY PLANNED' signs that would be of Inter. scholarship which the PTA OFFICES'r.r ;
the Florida School Board est to +tourists. has pledged, financial assistance 'Troy H. ribb & Sons, growers
Association, Florida Association BY F.B. FIREMENSanta The office will remain open has, been given to the agent, from Charleston,
of Schol Board Attorneysand Claus will arrive in 6 hours dally. P. A. Edmonson school science program." S. C. 'has opened an office In
Florida Association of Flagler Beach Tuesday, was in charge of the office All PTA programs are pre Milton Motel on U.S. 1 southof
County Superintendents at Dec. 19 to be on hand. for the arrangements.The sented to inform parents of Bunnell. The office is managed
Clearwater Dec. 3-5. Community Christmas party C. of C. Board of DI. the school's activities and by Kenneth N. Sapp of
Theme of the conventionwas sponsored by the Flagler rectors met Tuesday morning progress, Mrs. Stefllk stated. Charleston and field representative
"United for Youth". The Beach Fire Department. to review the new office and is Bill Lorenz.
current problems on Education The annual event will start to' elect an executive secretary. LODGE TO HOLD While Cribb and Sons handle
at the state and national at 7 p.m. at the Fire Stationin Two applications were re ELECTION potatoes, green beans, cucumbers
level were discussed by out. the Flagler Beach Municipal viewed and Al Jones was appointed 'sweet potatoes and
M.
George English worshipful
standing speakers and author. Building. to succeed Miss Bar. peaches, they will cover only
ities from throughout the Santa will distribute candy bara Smythe who resigned to Master of Bunnell LodgeNo. the cabbage season here.
200, announced that there
, country. filled stockings to all the become Bunnell City Clerk. About April 1st they will return
Mrs. Rice said "Even thoughwe youngsters. Firemen Auxiliary Jones, a former Lehigh employee would be an election of lodge to South Carolina for the
did not find the solutionsto members will serve cookies operates Jones Motelat officers on Tuesday, December19th cabbage season. Cribb & Sons
our many school problems, and coffee to those attending. Painters Hill. at 7:30: p. m. The officersto own a half interest in a food
we feel that !the meeting was bfe elected are: Worshipful processing plant at Tabor
inspirational and worth LARGE CROWD F. B. POST OFFICE Master, Senior and Junior City, N. C., where they process
while." HOURS EXTENDEDFOR Wardens, Secretary, Treasurer potatoes and green beans.
ATTENDS BEACH and one trustee. Other officers Mr. Sapp said he and Mr.

AMERICAN LEGION CHRISTMASThe are appointed.New Lorenz will cover the tri-eoun-
PTA MEETINGMore Flagler Beach Post Office officers will be installed ty area of Bunnell Hastings
SPONSORS XMAS. than' 100 attended the will be opera until 5 p. m. after pecember 27 whichIs I' and East Palatka out of the
Flagler Beach PTA meeting Saturday December 15 and 23 the end of the present' operating Bunnell office. This is their
LIGHTING CONTEST Monday night at the school. for the convenience of postal year.English first season in this area, but
Highlighting the holiday Mrs. Janet Cummins, president patrons Acting Postmaster urged all, membersto they have previously worked
season in Bunnell will be the presided.The Charles Rockett said today. be present for the election. out of Sanford.
Christmas lighting contest group discussed purchasing Postal patrons are'also reminded

,I I sponsored annually by American playground equipment unsealed that Christmas in order to send '
cards for
Legion Post 115. with the money remaining
four cents the only handwriting
Certificates of participation from the cafeteria air-con
allowed is the sender's
will be 'awarded for each en ditioning project.It .
was reported books signature. ,

try.Entries, will be Judged on amounting to $250.00 were I
J originality, in the residentialand sold at the Book Fair. FLAGLER I BEACH It t
business divisions. Elected Mrs. Howard Hoi-
TO VOTE ON M ,
lenbach, chairman; Mrs. Al Sr
Judging will be on the nightof
t ,
Zamba and Mrs. Howard PARK ISSUE
December 22 and winners a
Lerch to serve on the nominating "
will be announced Dec. 23. committee.The By a special act of the 1967
A All residents are eligible to Flagler Beach Elementary Legislature the City of FJag- 1N .
enter. The entry blank below School Band students ler Beach Is holding a special b.+
must be filled out and returned presented a program of Christ election Friday, Dec. 15 to determine M
to the Tribune Office. mas selection whether or not voters
First place business winner Students in grades thru wish to prohibit the use
will receive 1000. First of the
place 6 presented a Choral city park for parking.
residential will receive $15Dd; under the direction pram at Miss Section 3 of the bill states:
second place 10.00 and third Barbara Field. The City of Flatter Beach and
15.00.T_H H all of its departments and i
agenda are specifically prohibited
from using any part
ENTRY BLANK
t 'thereof for municipal parking DEER HUNTING GOOD OVER WEEKEND

Name ".- ."'._"'---."._'".-''-.'''.'''.......'"...--.-.N.. voting at private machines parking. Flynn Edmonson proudly displays the 175 pound spike deer
will read
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M follows: he bagged early Sunday morning. Edmonson, left, was hunting

Theme :............ r-'....................l...,.., yu,.. ......_. ... Shall Chapter 1531, Laws of with Odell Heraey, also pictured. Several local hunters have reported
Florida, Special Act of 1967, good luck during the weekend. Charles Cowart killed an

Fjee M*. ......_....'S.........___......_...._.*...............-................. restricting the use of certain 8 pointer and a spike while hunting at the Bull Hammock:
property to park and necna- Camp. Carlton Johnston bagged a nice 8 point buck Sunday
A...... ..........................."-10.--.Z..wrw-+...'............................. ton purposes be ap aeesd. morning. Mitchell Henry killed his second deer this season Sunday I

... YES. NO. when he go a 8 pointer at the Haw Creek Hunting Camp.P.K .
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t llHugttr Entered at second CUM matterFebruary ,"r ,'.' '. ., .. .
INCORPORATEDJOHN (. 1J1S. at the pott- C*
FLORIDA office at Bunnell, Florida, under \ (t V
Act of March I. 1871. CIUOICE Lean Western BOSTON BUTT

JOHN A. CLEC5O
Editor ,and PublUher 10e Per C.P7
Oae Pork Roast
BETTE 8. :McDANIEL Tear .53.60
News Editor Six M..tk. ._,2.00

De.lctc4 ..w.,a,.. f.r all Outside FUgler CoaM tlb.
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Legal Ad.ertlaiagEDITORIAL$..00 Per Year

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WE SALUTE FLAGLER BEACH LIONS CLUB I IA

definite sign of progress was noted at Flagler Beach U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK '
when we learned that forty-two civic minded men Joined together .

to form the Flagler Beach Lions Club. It was our privilege ROAST lb'0 49
to attend their charter night dinner at the Daytona Plaza
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Ocean Room. The spirit was great and you could not help but .

expect that some good things are Irt store for Flagler Beach. .
This writer will admit that he has an attachment for U. S. D. A. Choice tI. '

Flagler Beach. He has been a summer resident of the Beach '

since he was a small boy. And, now that he owns a summer CHUCK STEAK .Ib. 59u.
home, a business and other real estate Interest In Flagler Beach. ,
he has a very definite Interest in the future of that area. "

It just seems that Flagler Beach has every thing in its .
S. D. A. Choice
favor for the future. The beach is one of the few open, access!. -
ble areas left on the east coast of Florida. It is In close proximityto
the Halifax area, which is rapidly expanding northward.And ROUND ROAST lb 69
even 1.95 offers! some good possibilities for tourist development BONE
of the Beach area. Fishing, golfing, 'boating, fine water
system, attractive community hall complex and pier buildingare
all valuable assets. While some of the old area on AlA does
leave much to be desired in attractiveness to the visitor, the Choice Juicy Lean Western "CENTER CUT"

new business area on Moody Boulevard and most of the residential
ALL MEAT STEW PORK CHOPSlb.
area are very pleasant to view.

What Flagler Beach appears to lack Is a unity of spirit
for working together, as a community. Perhaps this organiza lb. 6ge 6ge
lion of forty.two menu in the Flagler Beach Lions Club can be
the civic spirit that moves Flagler Beach ahead into Its right" '
ful place. A Lions Club is not religious, business, fraternal or Lean Western
political. It is civic! Project wise, a Lions Club is interested In
sight conservation; however, the work and influence a Lions *
Club can have in a community is unlimited., Pork Steaks lb. 59

We salute the Flagler Beach Lions Club and shall\ look
for it to do great things! And, this newspaper stands ready to
cooperate with them In all their civic endeavors.
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HERMAN'S 12 oz.

ALL MEAT: FRANKS .......................................... Cello I Pkg. 3ge
Dear Sirs: \

Flagler Beach is alive
with excitement and anticipation
LETTERSTO at the chance to get their BLUE PLATEMIXORMATCHSALE
little City Park back and get CRISCO OIL
THEEDITOR rid of the unsightly mess
brought about by the determination (
s=. of the Commissionersto 1 24 oz.
; defy the wishes of the peo.' MAYONNAISE (Pint) BottleLimit 29t/
ple expressed in open meet SNACK SPREAD (Pint)

A TEACHER REMINISCES ing Council at room the In Commissioners City Hall. B.B.Q SAUCE (18 oz.) 1 with $5.00. or more food order

An ad appeared in this pa. PEACH. AND PINEAPPLE
Twelve years ago two small per last week and I hope it PRESERVES ((18 oz.) Aunt JemimaMEAL
people left Indiana to find a fools no one, as it Is just too APPLE & GRAPE JELLY (18 oz.) It
misleading as Section 3 of OR Ib. 39 Y
place in this sunshine state. GRAPE JAM (18 oz.) GRITS 5
Senate Bill No. 1531 does exactly Bag
When we came to the stop what the Commissioners

sign In Bunnell, Mr. Tonkin planned, as they stated at 00

said, "Let's go through Flag. their close meeting the that they would 3 For $1 Pillsbury's (Sweet or Buttermilk)
ler Beach, of which so many parking area on the
west side of the Park in front
had .
people told us about"
of the hotel. I wonder why BISCUITS
It was a very hot May day, they did not consider the Senior
so, when we reached the delightful Citizens then.
cool ocean we decidedto As for beautifying the Park 8 oz.
stay overnight. My husband they started their efforts witha 4 Cans 35
came to retire and walk the power shovel and unless MAXWELL HOUSE
beach every day; but, I came this Bill Is approved on Friday .
to continue my profession.We December 15th there is COFFEE
asked about schools here. no doubt in my mind that in
FROZEN FOODS _
A foreign gentleman in a a short time the entire Park -
small 'hole in the wall' at the will be covered In its entirety Ilb. 37c
Frosty AcresORANGE
old pier said, "Lady, if you with concrete. This voting 6 oz. Can
are a teacher, you are as wel could have ,been eliminatedhad For
Limit 1 with JUICE
$5.00 or more food order Z Zge
come as a flower In May". the Commissioners listened
to the voice of the people
He sent us to Mr. McNab, and all of the money they Birds Eye "NEW" WHIPPED TOPPING
the Mayor, which, of course, have spent and are spending FRESH PRODUCE Pint
we thought It peculiar for the could have been applied to COOL WHIP 25c
mayor to have a gas station. pay some of the bills of the U. S. No. 1POTATOES -
But Mr. McNab sent us directly City.. Their concern for the
to the Court House. Senior Citizens and Bingo 10 Bag 3ge
Here we had an Interviewand players parking facilities AJAX DETERGENT
the superintendent askedif comes rather late. Golden Ripe
I could come back at three Let us all get out Friday,
o'clock. So we did. December 15th and pull the BANANASYellow lb. fOe GIANT /
lever to vote Yes. Then we 47tSIZE .
At three o'clock the whole
can have the Park back as a
school board had assembledand CookingONIONS
Park and proceed to decorateIt
I was hired on the spot. by asking the Commissioners 3 Ba 1ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

We have thoroughly enjoy. to spend the money allot. 8 _
ed your gracious hospitality, ed in the budget on the Park.
your tlrw'family living, your Angus S. Reynolds
bank, your churches, farms,
and, most of all, your healthy
boys and girls. Flagler County
has lots to offer to outsiders
if we would all tell people of
our vast open country spaces RuBS sStApI .
and easier manner of livingin P It
their later life. ill!

Since Disney Land, Roy
Rogers and Marco Polo are
coming to near I'mIft Flag- Phone 437-3227
let lid grew future for all OPEN SUNDAYS
of u*. "When everybody Flagler Tribune 8:00 ....-1:00 p.m. U.S. N. 1 1UNNKLL

boasts-everybody wins". BUNNELL Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good December 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, IN71II11
Mis. Viola Tonkin PHONE 437-3MZ I



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3-THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, .... THUR&, DECEMBER. 14 1967LEGAL ..,. this Court, and to serve a copy 1:
-" ., .. .- r-. T thereof !po/r' the 'plaintiff or CENTRAL FLORIDA ;; 91'.IIillP .
plaintiff C attorney )rhosp'fiame
and address Ia HUNTERS ON HONOR
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ADVEIITIUIMENTIN NOTICIS TO DEFEND ENJQXINGPROFITABLE .
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THE STATE OV FLORIDA. TO: DONALD %* LUCK. Sit ESQUIRB r- """ T/
TUB CIRCUIT COURT on 'MKH.- PATRICIA ANN BUCK 108 SAINT 6EORGE YEAR The names of the followingstudents
,, FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA 1534! 48th AVENUE APT. 103 STREET
ST. AUGUSTINE, Inadvertently
'Ii FLORIDAnot were
SAN
I. Cane N.. 2K8 FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA later than December II, A. Hunters in the Central FlorIda omited from the Burvneiriflgh
DONALD, E. BUCK, JR. You notified thata D, 1MT Region their
are
hereby are enjoying School
Honor Ron Senior
If fall to do :
.* >E laintiffPATRICIA hilt bat been filed against you o. Default .
you
In the above entitled cause and will be entered against you for ,most productive season to High, Nancy Hargett; Elementary
Defendant ANN BUCK you are hereby required to file of the complaint.relief demanded The nature In the of laid bill date in spite ,of hot, dry Anita .Moore and;
your answer with the Clerk of
: suit being for weather conditions that have Debbie Holdridge.

--.- -. .. .rLJI .-. '- DIVORCEWITNESS existed, according to Harold
my hand and seal
of said Court thl: 27th, day ofNovember W. Ashley, Commissioner of Elephants are among the
GEORGE A. DT1 M..T."MOODY the Fifth District: (or the Game hundreds of anlmaJs'roamlngfree

ON"TIME' Clerk Of said Circuit and Fresh Water Fish Com at Lion Country Safari,

50'- (Official Court Seal) mission. the new wild game preservglocated
By Janice Murray Palm
near Royal
', !_ CERTIFICATESMINIMUM Deputy Clerk The estimated game harvestby Beach.
Nov. 30. Dee. 7. 1/. 21.-4tc areas through Sunday

VOLUfM $3JDCO-'DAYS LEGAL ADVEUTISEMEN" November 26, was as follows:

COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY: IN TUB CIRCUIT' COURT FOR ,Ocala-840 deer, 22 turkeys. WE 'MAKE
NATIONAL
t : FLAOLEll. COUNTY,' FLOR-.
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;BANK CIVIL ACTION, N.. 2M Farmton-112 deer.. 29 turkeys lOUR OWN PAINT

,.be 677.8217 17$ .W.' GranadaOnnond .. r ,! VIRGINIA. Plaintiff EILEEN!'JOHNSON. 32 hogs.Tomoka75.' 'r' Buy 'Direct:.-: Save-Whr .

__ '." Beach 'Florida 'V.; \ 'Pay More
CARL .HERBERT JOHNSON, deer, 33 tur GALLONSLATEX

Defendant.NOTICE keys.'" 3 "5

.._ -- .. --.... ....I. TO 14:(IN.CARL HERBERT JOHN. Guano' -2 .deer, 3 turkeys, l.terl..Exterl.r.., ..._ ... .
RFD No 1, Box No. 93 30 hogs850 "ducks.Richloam -
Orion Illinois f 127SYOU Gallons S r98
deer 35 tur.keys 2
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ARES HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce : .Outside'. White ;,..
baa 'been filed against You"and -OIL BASE "
FOR WOOD
:you are required to serve a Ft McCoy-23 deer, 9 turkeys.
BINGO 8:00 P. M copy Injf to of the your answer or plead...thePlaintiffs Yeomans Nationwide

attorney,arl j 13SHAWV Archers have harvested 15 'Paint Factory

*. P O. Box 2U Bunnell. 438 S.. u. 8. 1-Haa* Ave.Orn..d ,
Florida and die the original answer deer on the Citrus Area also, .. .
TONIGHT ( ) or pleading in the office of Ashley stated. Beach t ffiSO
Thursday the Clerk of the Circuit Court -. ....
on.or before the Ith day of January -
.' 1961. If you fall to do so,
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL an order of default will be take
en against you for the relief
-SPONSORED BY- demanded Ith complaint.
DATED at Bunnell. Flakier
When
County, Florida, this 1st day: of you
Disabled American Veterans December 1967'
GEORGE M MOODY, DISTANCE
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Jim Booe Chapter: No. 86 County: Florida.
LELAND B. SHAW GEORGENOTHING
P. O. Box 296 MEANS %\ '\zjp,
Bunnell Florida "
Attorney for PlaintiffDec. Dd IT!
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. 'DECEMBER U, 1967 FIRE DESTROYS I The Rlngllng Museum of Cape Race, Newfoundland,"
ESPANOLA FALL Art of Sarasota is planning an is the eastern-rnost point in
art tour I Do Spain and Portu North America.
RAYMOND SMITH APPOINTEDFlagler OUT SHELTER
will
gal next April. The tour
County Veterans Smith's appointment was County Commissioner Otis stay three days in Lisbon,'
Service Officer Raymond announced at the National Hunter, Espanola, reports the four days in Madrid and also
Smith, has been appointed a Executive Committee meetingat visit Seville Cordoba and
I general member to the Na Indianapolis, Indiana.He Fall-Out Shelter located In Granada. HASTINGS MATTRESS
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tional Housing Committee of has been a member of the Espanola district was destroyed & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
the American Legion. Post 115 for 22 years. by fire last weekend. 710-12 Lemon St.
The shelter constructed In a Palatka, Florida .:
small sand hill near Lake LADIES Phone EA 5.9166
Neoga, was built by the boardof DRESS SHOP Furniture. Upholtering
county commissioners dur AVAILABLE HERE Repaired cS Reflnlshed '
jj CHRISTMAS SPECIALSCUT ing the Cuban Missile crisis tow INVESTMENTFOR Mattresses & Box Springs :
FIXTURES ONLY Made to Order Also Renovated
j! FLOWERS BLOOMING PLANTS f seven years ago. ..11. .yM mutual Ivy .16..,,1,..(fix$*io.ooooo **.. Call Laura Morris 431.3233\.

i PERMANENT FLOWER WREATHSBLACK.S Hunter said "It was just 1ed1.. t*(Mars$15.000.00.. .,.bMMiM.,....., After 6:00 P. M. .
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like a furnace" with smoke ...., fc.fi, ......, tlngtri, PRICES REASONABLE :
out from the etc.) .t M CM to yw .t BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED,
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will Mf" train ii4 .
FLOWER SHOP end. He said the fire startedon .. ./,..tf* III! ywi IIMW k.wfeclMl Ju as ,near as your'
ly jnllllw Mitt
} 111 N. Forsythe St. the inside of the shelter umPluy .' Phone or Post Office
and caved In as It burned, Writ P. O. Box 916 Drop Us a Card or Call
\\ OPEN SUNDAY DECEMBER 24th making it impossible to ex Bainbrldge, Go. Free Pick-up & Delivery,
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For information leading to the arrest of 'person or persons responsible for breaking and


entering a dwelling in Flagler County, Florida August I I. 1967. ._ {

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JUDGE WADSWORTH 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS DECEMBER 14 1967 I

HUIES NEWSPAPER CLASSIFIED 1ADVERTISING


, AD BINDING Jx* _,_ Quantity Rights

ruled Circuit In Vdlusia JvdgeWadsworth County last rI WE GIVE Reserved
week that a "moneybadc M ETT S ***

guarantee" 'In a newspaper TOP Prices Good

.. advertisement ((4 as binding RATE-4c per woid. Minimum Thurs., Fri., Sat.
on the sell as if it In
were charge per issue $1.00.
the sales contract. VALUESTAMPS and Monday,

His ruling was on a suit en- SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain SUPER MARKET Dec. 14, 15, 16 ,.
tered by Josephine Hawkins fields installed; Rota-Roter and 18, 1967 '
against George Hurst, Jr., snail shell. Reasonable" prices. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
Phone 437-3201
, Daytona Beach. Hurst offered Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
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four houses for sale througha _8-l.tf I
newspaper ad promising he
would buy back at buyers request 6 lots for sale-110 ft front. ARMOUR STAR
within two years. Mrs. age by 330 ft deep. Includes
Hawkins was refused when approximately 50 orange trees
she tried to-.sell her home per lot. $500.00 down, balance
''back to Hurst I payable at $40.00 per month CHUCK ROAST lb. 49ROUND
Including
"'Ibere.ls but one meaning Interest. Phone 439.
under the facts of !this case 2043. Nov.2330. Dec.7, 14, ftp

which can be reasonably applied
to the said 'moneyback HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE.
guarantee' and that is a guarantee bedroom 1966 Piedmont, 60x BONEARMOUR
of money back," 10 ft, excellent condition. Air $
Judge Wadsworth 'held. conditioning, central heat,
In arriving at his decision. wall to wall carpeting. Con. Shoulder Roasllb. 6S
the Flagler County Jurist said tact Buddy Taylor, Ormond
he considered, among other Beach, 6721476. Nov. 30, 4tp.
things, "the effect of such ad.
vertising upon commerce as HELP WANTED, male or female -
related to the general publicif LOOK: Splendid Raw. STAR
allowed to continue unchecked leigh business available in
and unrestricted." Flagler County,or NE Volusla

County. Exceptional oppor- ChuckSteak Ib.5S
SENIOR CITIZENS tunity for industrious person.
See or write' Mrs. Ida L. Noles, ,
PLAN YULE PARTY' 40 S. Whitney St., St. Augus

The usual Christmas gift tine or write to Rawleigh
Dept. FLL-360.18, Memphis, I
exchange among members of Delicious Tender Delicious -
the Flagler Senior Citizens Tenn. Nov. 30, Dec. 14, Jan 4,
and 11, 4tp. ALL 'MEAT' "_ CUBE Lb.
Club will be replaced 'this STEW 69C STEAK 8ge
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year, as members voted Instead ,
to place gifts of moneyon Venice Park Sub., Canal lots Lean and TenderSHORT Armour Star
a Christmas tree for CARE 80x109, Lantana Ave. Lots *
packages at Tuesday night's Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7; .Avalon Ave. RIBS Lb. 49C ROUND STEAK Lb. 9ge
meeting.The Lots Nos. 28 and 29. Tax val
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Club's annual Yule uation $9600.00. Will consider
party will be Tuesday, December cash offer for the 6 lots. Write ARMOUR STARFAMILY
19 at 6 p. m. at the'Flag J. Rummey 8114 Emily St.,
ler Beach Detroit Mich., 48234. 11-30-tfc
Municipal Building. ;
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A covered dish supper will be *-, STEAK : Lb. 6S
served.A FOR SALE-Desks, card files, .
musical program was pre. cabinets, chairs, tables, shelve c
sented by Mrs. Sarah Sheehan ing stools, heaters, copier, .
and Mrs. Rose Kort to 80 Clocks, air compressor, water LEAN DELICIOUS
members and guests attending cooler misc. equipment. Le-
the dinner business meeting high Portland Cement Co.
Tuesday"nlght. Phone 439-2353. 1274tc._. YORK STEAK '." Lb. 49
The Club met Tuesday, '
December 5 at 6:00 ,
: p. m. ZIG ZAG FOR $40.
at the Flagler Beach Municipal SEWING MACHINE Original I I

,building for a business Guarantee. Makes button. WORLD'S' PESTGROUND .
meeting and pot luck supper, holes, sews on buttons, deco.
cording to Mr. Watler, Creal,
rative designs monograms,
publicity chairman. etc. Must place In your area. BEEF 2 Lbs. 99u.

Just pay Balance $40. on easy
HOSPITAL NOTES terms. Phone COLLECT'Jack
ADMITTED: Gladys Lee, sonville 3531946. Anytime.
James Williams, Sadie Moses, Will deliver, no obligation.Dec. .
Beulah Allen, Naomi Hosford, 7, 14, 21, 28, 4tc S. No. 1 (IRISH)
Hattie King, Frances Bowers,
Cheryl Smith, all of Bunnell; FOR SALE-12 Jalousie win. I 10 Lb.

Alexander Poole, Fred Hogan, dows; 3 studio couches: $5.00 POTATOES 37C
Outline Harrison
Christine
and $10.00; cabinets with Bag
Donahue, all of Flagler Beach; chrome sink and fittings;
Robert Jones, Seville; Cuba drop leaf table; cut glass and
Vaughn, Deland; Margie china. Ph. 439.2317 12.14 tfc LIMIT 10 LB. BAG PLEASE
Stuckey, St. Augustine, and
Charles Green St. Augustine. FOR SALE-Space heater, Pillsbury' "
DISMISSED: Jack Abbott, $10.00. Also 3 room furnished F o I ger'I All.G rln d Armour (Shortening) (Plain or S. R.)

Milton Rodebaugh, Charles apartment for rent, East .
Hudson, Evangeline Coleman, Moody Blvd. Telephone 437- COFFEE VEGETOLE FLOUR '
Leonard K 0 ski, Richard 3600. 12-14-ltp.
Vaughn, Arthur E n g 1 e, -b. 3 --b. 5 Lb.
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FOR SALE-Pair of Nubian 49' 4ge
Charles Williams, James Tin t Tin' Bag.-
Goats, 6 months old. 1427 S.
West, Llllar Riley, John: Dur- Flagler Ave., Flagler Beach. Limit 1 with purchase Limit 1 with purchase Limit 1 with purchase
Allen, Marietta
ranee Johnny Phone 4392194. 12.14.1tc of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food of 5.00 or more food
Mlssinne, Henry Wells, John order. order.
order.
Buckner, Julian Hughes, Annette CHRISTMAS TREES for sale.
Wood, Juavyette Hess, Beautiful cedar trees, all
Vicki Moore, Genece Minshew.YOUR sizes, $1.50 up. Call Mrs. A. F. Big 16 oz. Btla. Food King ARGO (303 Can)
Tucker, Ph. 437.3578 12-14-ltp GREEN
PEPSI COLA OLEO
111jt HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bed- PEAS
room CBS home with garage, 6 Pkg. Quarters ,
glass enclosed porch, attractively Carton 49-. l!! Lb. Cans
landscaped. Priced rea Plus Bottle Deposit Pkg. 9ge 6 99..

sonable. 204 Connecticut Ave., Limit 4 Carton Please Limit 5 Please Limit (6) Cans Please
Hillcrest Subdivision, Flagler
Beach. Phone 4392004.
T Dec. 14.21-2tp. Frozen Foods Bakery ProduceScald

p .A& JWwwwwm Bbimtwr l-e. Sweet 6 oz. Ever fresh (20 oz.) Fresh GreenCABBAGE
......ups, 6 weeks! oMgoodtempermeret
Excellent blood. Orange Juice, 00 BREAD, ''
line and markings. Herbert 7 Cans. .. .... $1 4 Leaves..............95e Lb...................... 7 e .
HOMECALL Allen, Bvonell, Phone 437. Mater Chef Everfresh (Reg.) Fresh.
I 3168. 12142tc. French Fries, BREAD, String Beans,

US'Oft FgfffSTIMATtt 2 Lb. Bag........... 33e 5 Leaves........... 95e' Lb'...................... 25cAssorted
Flavor Everfresh Cello
HOME INSULATING CO. ICE MILK, Dinner Rolls, Bag Onions,

37 Andrew St Ormond Beach '/ or fastRes-jlts /8 Gallon...........590 2 Pkgs................ 2e 3 Lb. Bag............ 32.
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUnS.. TECCIdII Sn 14. 1S67 StICS SOEEITSON IDLEWWOOD C"UR SCHOOL LIBRARY SETS

r PLANS YULE PARTY HOLIDAY SCHEDULEr

Plans for the Idlewood Club '
Christmas party, Dec. 16 were The Bunnell High Schoollibrary

completed at a meeting Tues will be open four days

f Il day night at the home of :Mrs. during the schools Christmas
Gordon Shields. holidays, Dec. 15Jan. 2, according

LOC ZS f The annual event will be at to school librarianMrs.
.o Mary Broadaway.The .
: 7 p. m. at the Dolphin Restaurant library will remain I
Marineland.
, i open on the following dates: '
The "Christmas Story" was
, December 18, 7 until 9 p. m:;
the devotional given by Mrs.
! Mildred Kahlert returned Mrs. W. O. Estes returnedto Dave Perryman. December 19, 21 and 128, 9 a.
from her home at Flagler Beach m. until 12 noon andrl until
home Monday
i Mrs., W. W. Deen, president
r I Watkinsville, Ga., where she Saturday after two weeks at conducted the business meet 3 p. m.BEACH i .

I was the weekend houseguest Acapulco, Mexico. i

of Mr. and Mrs. J. Elder. e ing.The club voted to spend

Mrs. L. L. Harris spent last $50.00 for their community. RESIDENTS

i Charles (Pete) Dearing of weekend in Tampa where she Christmas project.' .
at attended the wedding of her COMPLETE COURSE
Anderson. Ind., visited Santa Claus was on handto
Flagler Beach Saturday with niece, Miss Pattie Meeks. distribute secret al giftSto Miss Christy Green'and Miss

+ his mother, Mrs. Lucy Dearing the members: Carol Waugh of Flagler Beach
, and her granddaughter, Donna Friends of Mrs. Bertha Cau-
Mrs., Shields served cake graduated Friday from the
Dearing and also his aunt, ley will be sorry to learn she and"coffee to eleven members School of Cosmetology at

S; Mrs. Mary McDonald. Is a patient at Glendale Hospital present. Mary Karl dIvision of DBJC. .:
in Palatka.
J
df t Mrs. Louis Steflik has returned Jf
home after several Bill and Linda Mlllican, Pa HENRYROBERTSONENGAGEMENT

t'" days visit In Fort Lauderdale latka, have .moved into"the

with her brother4n-law and L. S. Cody home, Deen Road, ANNOUNCEDThe

f, sister, Mr. and Mrs. McFall. Bunnell. The Mllllcans will engagement of Miss, LELAND B. SHAW .
, reside there while the Codysare
Rebecca Darnell Robertson to
Kersey '!'
Flynn and Rabeth living In Pennsylvania. ,
Marvin has '
Wayne Henry
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been announced by her parents ATTORNEY AT LAW
( end visiting here with their SHRINERS XMAS.
,
.
/ Bob '
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd "
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. PARTY TONIGHT I I
Edmonson and Mr. and Mrs. Flagler County Shriners and ertson, Bunnell. ( "
.
,will have their Miss Robertson was born in ," his .;
Odell Hersey. their wives Announces the removal of office
Bunnell and was graduatedfrom
annual Christmas dinner-party \ :
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Higgin- tonight at 7:30 at the homeof Bunnell High School In ," ,

botham have purchased the Mrs. Walter Knight, East 1967. She was a member of TO
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'I Jeff Cockrell home, 308 N. Lambert Ave., Bunnell. the Tri-Hi-Y, Library Club ',; y. f'J: .
and coeditor of the ,
was '
Church Street, Bunnell. The ;
Higginbothams and their CHRISTMAS MUSIC Pinea yearbook. She was the 307 EAST MOODY BOULEVARD :" '
1966 B H S Homecoming
sons, David 'and Wayne, moved PROGRAM FORMETHODIST
Queen. She Is a freshman at '
into their new home Sun. ABSTRACT BUILDING
MENA St. Johns River Junior College.
: day.
Christmas program of Palatka.Mr. Bunnell, FloridaATTENTION ,
GARDEN CLUB PLANS musical selections will be Henry Is the son of Mr. ,

CHRISTMAS DINNERA presented by the Bunnell and Mrs. Myrl Henry, Bun-
! dinner High School Senior and Jun. nell. A native of Seville he I
Christmas was
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members of the for choral groups at the Bun moved here in 1965. He was
planned by
nell Methodist Mens meeting :
Flagler Beach Garden Club graduated from Bunnell High k.
j December 5 Wednesday evening. Rev. School In 1967 where he received -
when met
they Oliver Taylor is In charge of
, an FHA State Farmers
at the home of Mrs. Frank
Schwenk, Flagler Beach. The the program which will be Degree. He also is a freshmanat :
under the direction of Miss Col
Junior
St. Johns River
E annual event will be at 6 p. ,
, m. at the AlA Restaurant, Barbara Field. lege, Palatka. I

1 Flagler Beach.Following the. dinner a film presided Pres. Kenneth during Herring the dinner.will MISS SHERRY COX If You Want To Preserve the Flag-

meeting which begins at 7:15p. :
! will be shown in the Recrea m at the church. PVT. ZIMMERMANARE '- ler Beach City Park Vote "Yes" '
tion Hall at the Flagler ;:
Plans will be finalized for ,r
Beach Municipal Building.The MARRIED J
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group will,enjoy singing "Pancake Day" January',19. : :" ELECTION FRIDAY DEC. 15

Christmas carols accompaniedby Mrs. Nadine Cox, Bunnell,
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw. ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO and Frank Cox, Lake Wales,
MEET BELOW IS A COPY OF THE BALLOT 'i't
Nineteen: members attended have announced the marriage : .,
the meeting. The Royal Neighbors will' of their daughter, Sherry June .. : ;
meet Wednesday. Dec. 20 at Cox and Pvt Charles J. Zimmerman it)
7:30 m. at the home of Mrs. I. '
PINETTES PLAN p. Friday, December 1
: Herbert Allen, 902 Railroad Vote Yes or No '
YULE PARTY Ave. Bunnell.
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Mrs. Marshall Crews entertained Mrs. Irene Durrance, Oracle, <:r\.'
Shall Senate Bill No. 1531, Laws of Florida, Spec-, ,\
the Plnettes last Wednesday will preside. ''''
evening at the L. S. There will be a gift ex- cal Acts of 1967, restricting the use of certain '.;

I Cody home, Deen Road, Bun, change. property to park and recreational purposes, be ap- 1-1 '
nell, when they met for their proved?
regular dinner business' meet. WATER SPOUT SEENA '


I r ing.Plans were completed for dark cloud was observed "
YES 0 NO D
the clubs annual Christmas just east of the pier at Flagler "

party for members and their Beach Monday afternoon. It ,

husbands December 16 at 7:30 descended Into the sea, picked n. ,

I f p. m. at the North Ball Res- up a spout of water, hurledit
taurant, Ormond Beach. about fifty feet Into the sky.It If you want transportation to the polls please ,

Members enjoyed a secret was reported to have covered call the following number: 439-2509. \
pal gift exchange., an area of about a city /
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Attending were Mrs. Joann block and traveled a short in Tavares, .Florida. Political. ad paid for by the Flagler Beach Taxpayer Assn.
Crews, Mrs. H. V. Peavy, Mrs. '3uj| djssip oiopq OOUV1SIP Pvt. Zimmerman is the son I \ ,
.
Charles Cowart, Mrs. Cliff of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zimmerman .
Sheffield, Mrs. Edward Haw STANLEY M. BURRELL Mlnneola, Florida.

kins, Mrs. Otis Hunter, Mrs. DIED IN HASTINGS Miss Ann Harris, Bunnell, i

Walton Kinney, Mrs. Tommy Stanley M. Burrell, 45 died was the bride's only attend-
Bertha, Mrs. Sammie Bertha, at his home in Hastings Mon. Flagler County Insurance :
and Mrs. S. J. Tilton' Jr. ant.The
day nightHe reception was in the r

was born in Flagler home of the bridegroom's par .
SCHOOL CHORAL County but moved to Hastingsat ents. "\ Agency Inc. E

PROGRAMA an early age. He was a Pvt. Zimmerman Is in the .
farmer. He was a member of Marine Corps and is stationedat "

special choral program the United Methodist Church, Los Angeles. All Forms of Insurance I a' ,...
will be presented by the Bun Men's Bible Class; and a Following a short wedding
nell High School unlor and member of F&AM: Lodge 183, trip Pvt. Zimmerman return. 305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone, 437-3171 .

Senior High Choral groups at Hastings. ed to Los Angeles to await Bunnell, Florida 32010 -; I.LlFEFIREAUToCASUALTYBONDS .
2:15 Friday In the Flagler Survivors Include his wife, assignment to Vietnam. Mrs.

gymnasium.The Martha; his mother, Mrs. Em. Zimmerman will .remain In _
general public is Invit ily Burrell; three sons, Shelley Bunnell.

ed. The elementary grades Lindsey and Mark; three

will have a special programat brothers Maurice, Charles METHODIST CHURCH .
10:00 a. m. and G. A., all of Hastings. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM I -: \

A Christmas program will '
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be presented at 7:30 p.m. Sun. after you see -::
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BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE day, Dec. 17 at First Metho-
dist Church in Bunnell. your doctor. *

ESTIMATES Music will be provided by I'
the chlldrens choir members bring
your
CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS
6f the '
nursery, kindergartenand
BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES grades 1 and 2. prescription to'i1.n ,

MYF members will presenta
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods
Christmas play.
FURNITURE REFINISHING The annual Birthday Party

Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Area., For Jesus will conclude the ,
program.
50 Mile Radius Mm. Lee Blakely and Mrs. Pror..IIIcIg.6'E '

M. B. Fuller are in charge of
Call
Collect 437-3613
the reception which will follow .

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FUNDS RELEASED: month In educational fundsto Program. An additional $i,- 7 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. DECEMBER 14, 1967 ,

Florida's sixty-seven school 726,753 was supplied by revenue -- --- -- -----
TO SCHOOL BOARD boards. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT'
from the three per cent DIES IN MASS. :i
Dickinson explained that a state sales tax. I7t COURT THE IN COUNTY AND FOIL Jt'DGK'S FLAGLKR Mrs. Ruth Tiffany, 1227; nth
Comptroller; Fred O. Dickinson major portion of the funds '-.- COUNTY FLORIDA Ave., East Northport, N. Y. 4
Jr. today announcedthe $18,970,116 was provided by Flagler County received IN HE.ESTATE'Tn. N0f ITS: died Thursday afternoon at

release of $23,696,869 this the Minimum Foundation $25,459. DEWEY D.OB MOODY her home. :
Deceased Mrs. Tiffany a former Flag :
NOTICH OF FINAL POUT let Beach resident, was a P
All person are hereby notified
that the undersigned as Executrix teacher at the Flagler Beach
of the said Estate ha Elementary School. ,
thereof completed and the has administration filed In said She is survived by her hus- :
CHRISTMAS GIfT GUIDE! sHOP Court her final report, and will band Don and four
at a suitable time In January ; a son, f!
final 1968 /She discharge.her application Objections for daughters. I

:rt1'tt any, should be duly Funeral services were held
filing proof of pub Sunday afternoon at Douglas
lication showing this notice has
been published once a week for Funeral Home ''at Amherst,
.t':! (f:! four consecutive weeks, the mat. Mass.In .
f ter of approval of said report
and the ordering of distributionof
1 I said estate will come before the above entitled cause; and
GIFTS FOR MEN GIFTS FOR WOMEN the Court. you are answer hereby with required the Clerk to Aleyour' of
'
I /s/Murtlce Richardson I Moody this Court and to serve a copy
As Executrix of the estate of thereof upon the plaintiff or
I Dewey D. Moody plaintiffs attorney, whose name
Bill Folds Buxton Purses First, publication on December and address la:
14 1967.
MR. CHARLES J. LUKE. II
ii Dec. U, 21, U, Jan. 4.-Uc ATTORNEY AT LAW 0;'
1 British Bill Fold Sets "
Sterling i, '. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT" 260 AVENUE NORTH RIDQEWOOD.

| Old Spice Jewelry IN KLAULRIt Tim .CIRCUIT COUnT OF DAYTONA later than BEACH January, FLORIDAnot 16th-A.
COUNTY. FLORIDA D., 1968.
I. Case N.. 303 If you fall' to do 10, Default
Mennens Hai-Karate Watches SANDRA IRENE will be entered against you for
C.AMrnELLPlaintiff
: the relief demanded In the bill
'-} of complaint. The nature. of said
I Jade East s Pen and Pencil Set's' i PAUL, VAN Defendant CAMPBELL, JR. suit,AIVNI being,I-MRNT for OF MARUIAGH
WITNESS hand seal
and
my \
? .. Cases : THE NOTICE STATE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO: of said Court this 11 th day of ,
007 f -- ij Jewelry POST PAUL,OFFICE VAN CAMPBELL JR. December GEORGE A. D.M.IStT.MOODY # I
ADDRESS AND
Clerk of said Circuit Court "i
Kings Men c i! Revlon KNOWN RESIDENCE ADDRESS UN (Official By Seal Janice) Murray

\> ifi I You are hereby notified that a Deputy Clerk.
suit has been filed against you Dec. 14, 21, 28, Jan. 4-4tc
Travel Kits
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Brushes y i Yardley .. ,


$ Radios'.,-. .,.,... f"W"':... r,. "; :!. Comb and Brush'Sets Grand OpeningJIM'S

I Razors Radios

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Watches / ': ..1',' | Perfume ;. LOUNGE & PACKAGE

Cameras J!: i! Candy )
'SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17th: ,
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Church of Bunnell are havinga
NEWS joint Christmas supper and \\
I party for their families and bJlt z1OS i!
Invited guests at 7:30 :tonightIn $
the recreation hall of the
BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST I
church.
Charles D. Anders. Pastor Mrs. Charles Anders is In NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
School. charge of program. Cash gifts Bunnell, Florida
Worship will be made for Lottie Moon
11:00: a.m. Morning
6:30 p.m. Training Union. foreign mission offering.

7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.
Wed.; 7:30 p.m., Prayer FIDEL1S CLASSELECTS
OFFICERSMrs.
Service.
Nursery, all services. Remley Murray was F
2 Blocks East of stoplight, elected president of the Fide-
Moody Boulevard. Us Class of the Bunnel Bap-
tist Church at a meeting OPEN 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday thru Saturday
recently at the home of
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Haw Creek.
Mrs. Frank Clegg,
Flagler Beach Other officers elected were z "
Max Hall Pastor Mrs. William Patrick, first "ALEX COLMANShan
Sunday School: 9:45. ,
vice president; Mrs. Jimmy
Worship: 11:00.:
Morning
second vice presidentand
Hargett
Evening Worship: 7:00: p. m. stretch
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: Mrs. Dave Perryman, sec- ,. proportioned
retary.
7:00: p. m. The devotional was given ..
On the corner of Third and ..
Central. by Mrs. Hargett. Mrs. Clegg PANTS $14.00
I served fruit cake and coffeeto
I members attending. a

I FIRST BUNNELL METHODIST BAPTIST CHOIR TO Tops to Match $9.00 to $ 15.00'J' 1I

8ev. Oliver Taylor, Pastor HAW CREEK
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. The Bunnell First Baptist I, ,
Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. Choir, under the direction of '
Methodist Youth Fellowship, Mrs. Frank Clegg, will pre
6:30: p. m. sent selections from the cantata 9 *tfl 4/4iLLed I
2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. "Night of Miracles" at .
1, Lambert Street. the Haw Creek CommunityHall i'sSi'
on Monday, Dec. 18 at

ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe 7:30 p. m.. The half-hour program I fl I I

Rev. Robert Stuart. solos.will Include several vocal ,

Priest in Charge:
After the the choir ,
program "
Church School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday. will enjoy a social at the Pants and Pants Tops
home of the Frank Cleggs.
Morning Worship 11:15: a.m.
Communion first Sunday, of .
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each month. THANK YOU
&3 43 4& Thrre miles east of Bunnell I am sincerely grateful to .. .
on Highway 100.CATHOLIC my friends and neighbors for -
their many cards, letters, vis Gifts for' HER
"" its and flowers I received dur-
CHURCHES -
ing my recent stay in the hos .
Rev. Fr.. MARY'S Anthony KORONA Leon. PastorST. pital. Lingerie by Vanity Fair
Special appreciation is extended
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m.
Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., to the blood donors. Dresses and Suits for the Holidays
Thank you so much.
and Friday at 8:30: turn.
FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL Mrs. Lulu Bradley
Jeweled J trimmed Sweaters
Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday at BUNNELLPENTECOSTAL ftJ
8:30 a. m. HOLINESS J 7 A A i A A A A ; 7 K ; $V7 AH 7 > i A> \

ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL I Rev. John Llngold: Pastor J
Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. i small holds choice
Remember when
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Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. ; i your you
Life Liners Service, 6:30p. :
THE METHODIST CHURCH m. use convenient LAY-AWAY PLAN
Flagler Beach Evening Evangelistic Servo

Reynold Nelson Hoover. ice, 7:30: p. m. i
Minister Deen Road.COMMUNITY.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
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Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45 CHURCH I
Flagler Beach NOVELTY
p.m.Men's
Club meets the first Rev. R. W. Dlckert Pastor .
Monday of each month at Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. GIFTS
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7:30: p. m.Woman's. Worship Service, 11 a. m.
Society of Chris- Communion every first Sun.
FOR HIM
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9:30 a. m. Daytona Avenue, South of
South Daytona Avenue.' School. MENS ALPACA
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FLAGLEB TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER, 1967
FARMERS TO
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THANK YOU CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Too Late RECEIVE REPORT'I I

We wish to express our sincere Thanks to our many friends, Words cannot adequately OF PAYMENTSFarmers I

thanks to our many doctors nurses ministers express our sincere appreciation To Classify
friends, neighbors and relatives teachers and Bunnell High for the kind and will benefit froma :
many
for their kind words of new reporting service which I'
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students for their kind sympathetic. acts that came :to BY Russell Key
sympathy, their prayers, the thoughts, gilts, and, !above all, us at the time of our recent has been Inaugurated by
beautiful floral tributes, the their prayers during Charles ASS A. B. Johnston Chair.
bereavement. For
donations and the food at the Tonkin, beloved husband'slong your pray. We are approaching the sea man of ithe Flagler ASC County
my ..
ers, the beautiful service floral
son when snow-birds fly'south!
death of Committee
our beloved husband Illness and death. announced to.
father and brother, offerings, memorial gifts, and among them are an as. day. A report of payments
James C. Rodgers. Our special Mrs. Viola Tonkin comforting expressions of sortment of crooks and rack. made to each farmer under
thanks are extended to sympathy and the many eteers who make a comfortable ACP, cotton feed grain, wheat
other kindnesses, we are deeply living by gyping unsus.
Rev. Charles Anders and Rev. and other direct payment programs
D. L. Griffis, to the doctors grateful.' Your neighborly pecting Floridians with fraud... during 1967 will be
and nurseS at Bunnell General CARD OF THANKS thoughtfulness will alwaysbe lent schemes. mailed to the farmer during

Hospital, Gllmers Nursing I extend this word of thanksto Thank a you cherished so much.memory. Their favorite victim Is the the latter part. of January.
Home and Northeast my friends and neighborsfor home owner, the retiree, the This report is expected to be
Florida State Hospital, and to their cards, visits and The Family of widow and each year they helpful in preparing individual
all those who helped us care flowers during my recent stay George Moody, Sr. gaher in millions of dollars Income tax returns. The
for hlnu Also to Craig Funeral at Bunnell General Hospital. from unsuspecting: victims. same Information must also
Home for their kindness and The connecting link 'between be furnished to the Internal
consideration we are most These kindnesses meant the animal and vegetable These swindlers use the Revenue Service in accordance
grateful. much to me and your thoughtfulness kingdoms! is stew. mall, the telephone and the with' 'a requirement of law.
Words can never expressour will always be remem doorbell to reach you and are
sincere gratitude.The bered. Tokyo still operates street prepared to take you for anything It is estimated that over
( three million farmers
from a few dollars to will re
Rodgers Family Harry McKenney cars.
thousands. ceive this report, he said. This
information is being gathered
Maybe you need house repairs from county offices and summarized .
painting, a new roof or by computers locatedat
your driveway needs resur New Orleans and Kansas
CABBAGE GROWERS facing. You may have delayed City. The reports are being
having the work done because printed by the computers and
of cost estimates given mailed direct to farmers. A
you by reputable firms so Job of this size could not be
\ when some one comes along completed without an automated .
TROY H. CRIBB & SONS, INC. and offers to do the Job for system added Mr.
one-third to one-half the price Johnston.

you were previously quoted, it
Room 2 Mil-ton Motel Bunnell Since this Is the first
:' Isn't hard !to get your interest year
and! before you know it you for a service of this magnitude
< '' NOW OPEN fall for a slick scheme to get there are bound to bea
your money and give you lit few problems. He'suggest.
tle or nothing in return.A ed that farmers carefully read
For further information call Tel. 437-3942-437-3897 the explanation on the report
.. .' sweet voice and
: on the phone check the accuracy of the
? Kenneth N. Sapp Bill Lorenz Informs you that you have total reported by comparing
been selected to receive ,a free It with farm records. If an
Branch Manager Field Representative television set If you are willIng error is discovered the nearest
to cooperate in advertising ASCS county office shouldbe
a !new' type of aluminum contacted to have the mistake
"' ... K' ; siding. Your home will be corrected. County offices
'. -L At equipped with this marvelousnew have been instructed to give
-, product and you only pay fanners whatever assistance
: half the regular price. Showit they need regardless of where
I to your neighbors and the farm is located.
friends and every: sale madeas
Keep warmthis a result will further reduce FRIENDLY CIRCLE
S Over a million( Floridians enjoyingyear M your cost as you will receivea
XMAS
substantial commission. You PARTY, TONIGHT,
'round comfort because are informed that many folks

I winter- Reverse-Cycle air conditioning Is the 'I have not only received the Circle Members of the of Bunnell the Friendly Methodist
television set, had their home
safest, cleanest, cheapest way to heat Church will meet tonight
Improved and on top of that
/I land cool their homes. "" I made hundreds of dollars in at 7 p. m. at the BunnelljRes-
taurant for their annual

cool I next.summer, Gives you constantly freshened J commission.The woods. are full of Inspectors Christmas dinner party, 1

filtered air in a ,quieter, mora '. II. ;; who will Inspect your Following the dinner the
healthful home! home for termite damage group will enjoy refreshments ,
I wiring or other faults, free and a gift exchange at the
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One compact unit saves space and the of charge. They will repair a home of Mrs. Robert Cook,
leaky jtx>f, resurface your Magnolia Ave., Bunnell according
extra cost of separate heating and .
driveway or provide other to Mrs. Jeff, Seale,
I cooling systems. services at ridiculously low president.

prices.
: Fiametess electricity eliminates fumes, You can be; sure that before
Space does not
permit a
smoke, soot and odors. No fuss, no you are approached by these listing of all the swindles being
swindlers have
they carefully
i muss...{lust dial for year'round comfort checked up on you. They practiced today but you
can take word for it,
I as you like it..winter or summer. know whether or not you have my
there
are plenty so before you
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money in the bank and that
I See electric ( open your door to ian itinerant
your air-conditioning if they get your name on the
salesman, place faith in telephone
a
i (' contractor or appliance dealer_today_ .!!; dotted Your line local they police can and collect.your solicitation, or draw
any money out of the bank
r local Better Business Bureaucan think twice.I .
tell you that unless you
I I are on guard you can be taken suggest you read Don
; ,y for every cent you have. Wharton's article In ,the cur.
: ,. They are familiar with, most rent issue of the Reader's Digest .
I ,jI of the swindles being practiced entitled "Five Common
I ? J 1 1l today and before you Frauds and How to Avoid
1 er'si' sign anything or accept the Them." It may save your life's
word of slick salesmen you saving. Remember you seldom
,',
l \ should check with them. If get anything for :nothing and
j you do contract for any work glib tongued solicitors will
,I be sure it is with a reputablefirm swindle you without the
H t long established and approved slightest compunction Betterbe
by local authorities. safe than sorry.

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FLACLER TIUIUNEmu. DECEMBER 14. 1967 COMPLETE COUNTY NAMED TO NATIONAL DECEMBER BASKETBALL
SCHEDULE -. V. .'.'
RECREATION POTENTIALThe RECREATION SCOIETY

I. DONKEY Recreation Potential appraisal Leslie Z. Pache, City of Lopez, there.
of Flagler County was Bunnell Recreation Director Dec. 15-Friday, Hllllard,

BALLGAMEThe completed on Tuesday and was named a member in the there.
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Future Farmers will Wednesday of last week by a American Park and Reacrea- Dec. 29-30 Friday and Sat
the faculty of Bunnell INOalmESI group of local persons representing tion Society branch of the urday, NeW Year's Tournament *
engage various organizationsin National Recreation and Park home.YOUR i
ball
High School in a donkey
game at 7:30 tonight at the the' county.
Twelve types of recreation
school gymnasium.
Is Invited and a enterprises were evaluated
The public BUNNELL TAKES
41 I: small admission will be' lor their potential for devel-

charged The donkeys promiseto CRESCENT CITY opment. Seven out of the
offer plenty of spills and twelve were evaluated as havIng
Bunnell Varsity took an
thrills. a high potential. The remaining
easy victory over Crescent four were evaluatedas

BUNNELL LOSES City Friday with a score of medium or low potential.The .
Q ,,J' ,71 to 51. Crescent City led results of the appraisalwill
T .LOPEZ 65-71 at the end of the first quarter 'be compiled at an early 'b5
Bunnell 1714. After a thrilling second date and printed In booklet '
their
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Varsity
quarter Bunnell took the half. form for distribution to interested -
season
first of the Tues
game time lead 3328. The last half parties.
Wlth'theLopei
day night in a game CHOICE OF A
Bunnell's all the
Green Waves at Daytona was game ,
'Beach. way. Larry Johnson led the CARVER WINS
with 24 Joe
scoring points
Bunnell was lagging behind Burnham, 15; Ray Krutz, 8j; OVER MILTON TEMPERATUREGUIDE-

I M all the way, but made a Darrell .Britt, 7 and W. Duns- Carver Junior High cagers I
in the fourth
spectacular rally tan 7.The. ''opened their season, with a 1
by racking up 31 -
quarter win of 53.30 over Milton High
points. Junior Varsity took an
; School of Crescent City. Willie
High scorers for Bunnellwere easy 61.16 victory from Crescent SKILLET
Giddens scored 23 points and
Johnson, 17; Neal, 14; City Jayvees. '
Edward made 23.
Murphy
Williams, 10! Krutz, 10; and Carver girls triumphed over Becomes fully automatic when
Britt 7.Bunnell.
Milton with 22.10 score with you use the ThermalEyeBurner
now has a 4.1 re BUNNELL STOPS CALLAHAN
cord. excellent team work. Dorothy of your Hardwick Gas
Bunnell Bulldogs won over Jenkins had 13 points. Range.
1 The Bunnell Jayvees squeezed -
by !the Lopez Greenles with Callahan 63.59 Saturday
a 36-35 win.TURKEY night in the local gym. After BHS GIRLS OR THIS
I : leading 'by 20 points to final
BEAT D AND B STOWAWAY'GRIDDLE
SHOOT period showed a close repulseof
the Callahan Invaders. Bunnell High School girl

,;,; SUNDAY AFTERNOON Top scorers for Bunnellwere cagers rolled over Florida

Members of the Flagler Larry Johnson, 18; Dar D&B Friday night collecting
Unit Civil Air Patrol are sponsoring -' rell Britt, '16 and Ray Krutz, their third win of the season. Fl \
a Turkey Shoot Sun- 11. This was the fourth The girls played in St. Augus \
day December 17 at 1 p. m. straight victory for the Bun tine and, won 5121. High

I j at the Bunnell Airport. nell Bulldogs. pointer was Lula Jones.
}2, Winners of the Remington j The girls next game Is Friday
Shotgun will be announced at The Bunnell Jayvees lost a night at 7 against St.' Jos-
j the drawing Sunday after. heartbreaker ito Callahan bya eph Academy here In the Beautiful, cast aluminum griddle with high

noon at: the airport. one point loss 3536., Bunnell gym. polish surface and full drain area. 9" x 19"

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