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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 21, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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. 51 THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1967 SWO A TEAR .
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a meeting Monday night :- Flagler Beach City Commissioners "
the Bunnell; City Commission Willie Harrison I

announced the prelimiiHwy and Floyd Collins submitted '

engineering report on the resignations to the Commission I

proposed waterworks and at a meeting Saturday
I." sewer system improvement f morning continued from

program had been submitted, Thursday, December 14. Col.
r to the Farm and Home Admin llns also resigned as City

istratlon for approval for a Building Inspector. The com
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federal grant. The proposed missioners requested their re
improvement program is es. signatlons become effective
timated to cost about $1,100 immediately upon acceptance ,

000.00. A breakdown shows ." of the members of the board. I
$833,000.00 for sewage and
$267,000.00 for water. The City Commission ac
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cepted Collins resignation as '

The commission asked the ,t rr. (p' Building Inspector, but no action
dty attorney to study the I
was taken on the two resignations
city's purchasing program to $t 'q .. as commissioners ;
be certain the commission is ; until 'legal advice could be*
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complying with the latest I d, ,.: obtained from the City At-.J
laws enacted the .
by Legisla fw, torney. ", ," ,"
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In other business the com -
mission: ( #' ',: ',," I resigned. :from ,the Flagler.: .

Heard '<;, ';, Beach. Volunteer Fire Depart.y;
a request from H. W. J \>;. I
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Gore for paving Court Street:,, j) ? ,

He was advised the street was I k. r nee, In'a continued meeting
included in the paving bud) 1{ s : ', Monday monUngthe/ commission "
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get and would be paved. i .it : t appointed City Commissioner I
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Instructed the city clerk to !J I S i1'JI. George Wickline temporary I

order an additional 'copy* of J I, '...... .. chairman of the boardof I
the City Charter from Talla ;f/ commissioners to replace \ r

hassee. J I Collins
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Heard a request from Coun1!1 '
I' ty Service Officer Raymond J I Ir ':! f Commissioner Howard Lerch

Smith to endorse a prospec ;f to. J, : was appointed to replace Harrison -

f >" tine program for developing i ,1 ,' :Us vice chairman' of the ,

r '........ Lehigh Portland Cement,Co':,"-,. + ",.,city >' ard..... ....... .. .... .,
, property fot"\15Eral'grain stor !
The Commissioners appoint.
age and meat producing I IcWty. '
ed Willis McDowell as temporary .
Smith said the estimated .. '
cost of such development Building Inspector.
r would be $20 million, and 1'l tt:4 ,.t tftt"!:! f't ft:! tft t':!If:! ttl p::t"!:! te! The board passed a resolution

asked the commission ,to work If B COMMISSIONSETS GARRET JAILED GARBAGE COLLECTION permitting Chairman
Wickline and vice chairman
K with the Flagler County Com : DATES CHANGED
mission on the project The HOLIDAY AT BUNNELL Lerch to cosign city checks.
city endorsed the project. Due to the Christmas holidays Voted to table acceptanceof
SCHEDULES Norman Garrett was ar- Collins and Harrison
collections In
t Agreed to purchase two garbage resignations
Tuesday'momllig .In'the
aigned .
the City of Bunnell have been as commissioners un
photos of Civic Center Build At the regular meeting of county court with JudgeT.
ing at $7.00 to be displayed at the Flagler Beach City Commission K. McKnight presiding. A changed. Garbage and trash til the Thursday, December 28

,.. the Chamber of Commerce of Thursday night, it preliminary hearing has been pickups scheduled, for Mon meet ng.
day Dec.' 25 have been According to Mayor Herbert
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flee.N" that offices
was decided city
for in
set 18 the
January
changed to Tuesday, Dec.; 26. Fuller appications are being
Refused a request by Johnny and services would be closed
Flagleu: County court.
Smith for permission to on Christmas and New Years .<" The regular Monday, Jan. accepted to fill the vacancies
erect a dwelling on a 40x80 ft. Day. Bonuses were declaredfor Garrett Is being held in 1 collection has also been created by the commissioners

lot since the legal requirement the city 'clerk in the connection with the deaths of changed to Tuesday, Jan< 2. resignations.

for a residential lot is amount of $25 and $10 for two youths whose bodies were
100x100. ftPostponed each employee who had been found in a ditch at Favorita. k
r the January with the city for a year or After a nationwide search he I
meeting date from ,Jan. 1 ,to more. was found in Oklahoma Sun a

':;' Jan 3 due to New Years. The City Commission unan ,
(' Announced the City .Hall imously voted to extend bar day.Kit I 1 [
who Is believedto
Hayden, 1
will be closed Monday, Dec.. closing hours two hours on
25 and Monday, Jan. 1. Christmas Eve and New Years have been a traveling 1
Agreed to advertise for bids companion of Garrett's at the J
'r" Eve allowing them to remain
\ on 1968 heavy duty van type open.until 4:30 a. m The Pier time the two youths were :
truck for the water dept. and Restaurant and Tackle Shop found dead, was apprehendedIn & .

1000 feet of pipe, SOOjft in. will be closed on?Christmas New Orleans. He refused to f
and 500 ft. 2 in., all bids returnable return to Florida and extradition w,
Day.A papers are being' serviced t 1am
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January 15. David
from Dr.
report .
No action was taken on a Smith of Gainesville on the tji bring him back fpr trial. i .1

request fa om Leslie Pache, survey for the proposed ex>, Hayden was indicted for .
r murder by the Grand in
C1& Becwatkm Director for Jury .
tension of the city water sys* .
I : its session last week. .t
$1500.00 for recreation
a pro. tern to Marineland was pre. I
.. gram. sented. No +action was takenat Sheriff P. A. Edmonson was I

., this meeting because the commended by the Grand t ; '
FLAGLER BEACH Commission needed time to Jury for the efficient manner
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in which he conducted the investigation .
make a study of the findings.A ,
i. VOTERS REJECT .
bill for $450 for the cost of and apprehended '.

PARKING LOTAt theo survey was ordered paid .the suspects. _
Edmonson stated the dog
and the Northeast FlaglerVfeter
a special election Friday Association was notlfi- which accompanied Garrett A P. ,ii I IsS
December 15 at Flagler. Beach end that there remained a balance was Impounded in Oklahoma, .
tr) determine whether or not of $50 in the survey fund but will be transferred to the

tie| Flagler Beach City Park posted by that organization. Flagler County jail a|: the re ; I \ J

\4fMld be used for parking or Approved installing a ..... quest of State AtttfMgr* *f- J
remain a park, election voted flee as evidence.COURTHOUSE .
light east of the Intracoastal 'I
r expressing a desire to keep canal bridge If ........ by 1 i''
the park for recreational purpose the Mate Road Department. OFFICES )
I, Election returns show ,,'1
.. The meeting racsssef", at HOLIDAY SCHEDULEAll .
\ ed 201 voted to keep die park :45 p. m to be continued at x j jJ

f and 93 voted to use the area 7:30: a. nx Saturday, December Flagler County Courthouse .
'lor parking. 16uoiy. offices will des Friday -.r

., The special election was Dec. 22 at 12 Boeri and BEACH RESIDENT AWARDED PURPLE HEARTUS I

:. held In accordance wtth an YULE PARTY will remain closed..... Wed Marine Major A. S. Reynolds, Jr., 202 S. Daytona Ave., I
act of the 1967 Leglslatim. nesday, Dec. 27 for the Christmas
Beach with the Heart at Hue
MIti .TlaaorU Flagler was presented Purple ,
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City officials sought to build holidays, according to Vietnam.

; a parking area on the eaet Liens Club. members George Moody, Clerk of the
" '. The Major, son of Angus S. Re"nolA.aler Beach, recently 1
aide of the park but. were ,tnaif:'era MM iwHedguest Court
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tamed when three residents+ *will attend a Chrttma Moody said all the county spent three weeks at .kfa Mach hems* He returned to Vietnam .,

file* an injunction to halt the party Friday, Dec. 22 at 7:30p. offices will open at 8:30: a.m. after extending his tour of duty for eight months, until May

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2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE ,
'f Qlllr JRlaglrr QJrtbuMrINCORPORATED Entered a* second class matter
h February Q. 191S. g BUXNBLL. FLORIDA office at Bunnell Florida under, ''f- F
Act of March 3. 1871. '.*** '1lOe /' ; p 172V6PRWES

}\\ Editor JOHN and A. Publisher CLEQO Per C.v7, &&B&

One Tear __tuG lOW
,,' BETTE S. Editor MCDANIELNews Six, "..(%. ...... --.........-92.00. -- .., Ii WITHCHERY'
lb.
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D*lTated ew.paper for all Oitilde Flacler County Armour Star
Legal Advrtl.l.. 94.00 Per Year

EDITORIAL Hen TURKEYS Iba 39


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"NO ROOM"It

was 1967 years ago that Mary and Joseph were headedfor Fresh Florida Grade "A" ((4.7 lb. Avg.)

Bethlehem tObe, registered for tax purposes. Mary was heavy
!, with child and Joseph was most anxious to find a comfortable Ib.39 '
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Hens
; place for the night's lodging. But, the Innkeeper was all filled Baking

up, and he said, "No Room".

It would be most interesting to search ourselves this Christ. Lean We tern "Center Cut" PORK
mas 1967 years later, to see how many of us have our lives so
filled up that we, too, say "No Room". Will our celebrationbe
a Christmas or an Xmas? There Is a difference.In LOIN ROAST Ib 59

a heart filled with hate or greed there is "No Room".
Where there is arrogance or selfishness there Is "No Room",
Where there Is feasting and revelry Just for our worldly satisfaction Lyke' SUGAR CREEK1'' MOKED (6-8 lb. Avg.)

there is "No Room". If we limit our giving to those
from whom we expect something in return, there is 'No Room". *
PICNICS lb. 43 I
For this Christmas let's take down !the "No Room" sign and
really make this a Joyous and festive occasion in which we

I "Make Room tor Christ as we celebrate his birthday.

John A. Clegg
U. S. D. A. CHOICE Lean Western "BOSTON BUTT'

Reedy Promotes ROUND ,STEAK PORK ROASTlb.


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EDITORX Roads For State 98e 4ge


: Reedy Representative, Chairman W.of H.Public(Bill Valleydale "COUNTRY SMOKED" (14-16 lb. Avg.) HALF OR WHOLE

Dear Jack: Safety and Vice Chairman of
This is one letter I ant most Public Roads and Highways
happy to write for our Club. Committee, has presented his
At our last meeting held "Poor Boy"' road proposals to: HAM lbM 63
last Wednesday, !the 13th, by Governor Claude Kirk for)
unanimous vote the members study. '
voted to write you a letter of Reedy said "The purpose of
congratulations upon your my community road system is
new endeavor, The Flagler to update the old, narrow and
Tribune. curving, obsolete, two-lame WE WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY
Already your editorials have roads in Florida for modem CHRISTMAS EVE UNTIL i tOO MERRY CHRISTMAS I

been most inspiring and I travel between communities ,
there be more anal towns and at the same
know ,will many I
time to continue to 'expeditethe "
to come. \ Ocean Spray'1" 1 lb. CanCranberry .
construction of the much
and family /
May you your
have the Most Merry Christ. needed four or more lane, SAUCE Z For'--4ge SNOWDRIFT
mas and Prosperous New Year super divided highways for
our main arterial system..
and Jots more to come.
HainesFlagler By adding shoulders to the Bama Quart Jar
Flossie Ib,
Woman's Club narrow and curving, obsolete, Each
two-lane roads, it would makea MAYONNAISE 4ge 3 Tin 47

much salter highway, more
The following letter was received
,by American Legion accessible from farm to mar Pillsbury 2 lb. Pkg. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
ket or from community to '
Post 115
: PANCAKE Each
I Dear Members: community. In the case of MIX 3ge '
We do not want to enter rain or fog, either day or
your Christmas Lighting Contest night, the! driver of this community N1BLETS 12 oz. Can
but we do want to invite type road would havea Joe Cram's Grade "A"LARGE
all of you to come by our wider road in order to CORN 2 For 4ge
house to share our decorationswith avoid a collision. When a
us.Thank. drunken: driver Is swerving or Pillsbury (Plain
or Self-Rising)
you for the honor of a person has lost control of
winning 1st place last year. the car, it would provide a FLOUR 5 BAg: 59e EGGSDozen
We light up our home each wider area for another driverto
to "Merry Christmas" prevent an accident. It .. .
year say ----
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to all our friends and neigh. would also provide a wider Z 8ge
bors. area for a school bus to pull MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Please come by our home. over and a greater passingarea
Ronnie and Bonnie Brock. at times of congestion
along the rural community FROZEN FOODS -
It would straightencurves
Dear Friends: system.
It's here; what the kids have and give better sight Ilb. Mra. Smith'
control. It would cut construction 37e
been waiting for since last PUMPKIN
and time by at least onehalfand PIES 2For89i'Ritz
Dec., the warmest most
jolly season of all the year. cut cost of construction by Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ,
two-thirds. It would tend to
Our little ones have been going Pet
eliminate the high cost of additional -
to sleep with the music 9 j in. Size
9 of a Christmas record for right-of-way, thereby FRESH PRODUCE PIE SHELLS For
many nights. Even the "old making more money available Z 39c
for use in the county on
man" is a little more "starryeyed" Large StalkCELERY
more qualified projects.
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and "tender-hearted. Reedy added, "The State of For
Aren't you glad Jesus Florida is looking to have 2 1ge EVERCANE
':,. came? He's given us ties and thirty million tourists by
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;;, bonds in the Christian Com 1972.1975, and to go up to seventh Kentucky Wonder
\ munity that no other SUGAR
person place in the nation on lb.3lb".
1 could have established. In .
ever population count. Time is getting BEANS 1ge
r". a time when there often seems short. I don't believe we .
,',' to be no hope, I'm thankful have the resources or the timeto Bag Sib.Bag 29c'
for the hope we have in Him. build super divided, fourormore .
We've been thrilled and lane roads throughout APPLES 49C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
l. privileged to serve in this Florida"
community throughout this
') year. May I extend from ourr
family to the most
:;r, yours
heartfelt with for the happiest .
holiday possible. May the
presence of God so fill your
live during these days that '
.I. til'']
[
In you Hta may have no need unmet lilt ; I

.. Berotnber, it's Christ's
birthday we celebrate. Glorify
Him in It all and give a generous
gift to the Lottie Moon Flagler Tribune ( (
OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227 i
Christmas offering for Foreign sUNNILLPHONE
Mission 437-3282 8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m. U.S. Ne. 1 >BUMMCLL I

Chuck Anders. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good December *
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FIREMARSHAL as well as extension cords, for made of pyroxyylln plastic 3-THE FLAGLEB TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER 21. 1967

ISSUES frayed wires, loose connec should be avoided. Toys operated
tions and broken sockets. by alcohol, kerosene' or Don't allow smoking near the According to an analysis of ,
SAFETY RULESState tree In the midst of decorations *
hunting and licensesales
Turn" off all tree and other gasoline are especially dan. and wrappings. fishing '
Treasurez.-State Fire by the Game and FreshWater ,
holiday lighting before retir gerous. Following these fire
Marshal Broward safety : Fish Commission; the
Williams ing or leaving the house.
rules will help to that '
Decorating materials and ensure 1966-67 season saw an additional
reminds Floridians that fire Trees aren't the only source gift wrappings' should be disposed your family will have a Mer 5,583 licensed hunters >I ,:
precautions In the home of danger. Toys and dolls of promptly and safely. ry Christmas. and 49, 965 fishermen. : $ I
should be doubled during the t
holiday season. .. .-.. .: \ .".I

"Many of our traditional ti .; ,

Christmas customs-trees, colored tlYjnhhii )
lights and --
decorationsadd -' -
to the hazards In the J -
home, he said. "Sometimes a VIU( I'e'cia4 :
combination of active children f
and preoccupied parents -
alows the one moment of care
lessness which Is all that fire
needs." ,.
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In order that your Christ. )
mas may not end In tragedy,
follow these suggestions from '-"
the State Fire Marshal: .
-'
Y lit the thlt
Saw off the trunk of spirit of
you/ ,. !
blessed '
,
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season
tree at a sharp angle Inchor ? peace ; t
an 4' *, I and joy attend you j
more above the original R R
a one and all.AND. t t
cut. S I

.- Stand the tree In water un 5 1967 14'f ,.
til It is brought Into the
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house, and keen:'It in water until jt leaves the house. I i
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Support the. .tree firmly, I
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keeping well away from
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sources of heat. :.\ :

Don't rely on self-applied I If
chemical coatings or solutionsto < : :

"flameproof" a natural LU ... ,..
tree; none is completely ef
fective. However, trees commercially the of "'.1 J
May true spirit p
,treated with Under .; 'j.
writers' Laboratories (UL) Christmas be with 1967 \ .,. ;.
listed fire retardant compounds .' rH

are satisfactory 'r;'> ..J)..... you and yours... '"h tf I \ .0 ,\

Use only Indirect lighting .. ., A HAPPY NEW YEARBRANNAM'S :.. J+
with metal trees, as they maybe I;' ( .
I a shock hazard. :' IGA' ,\
Don and Mdbreand :t }
i Check tree lighting sets, Betty I
! electric candles and similar U'. 119 North Bay Street
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-t-T:E FLACLER TRIBUNE THU3S.. DECEMCLIi:; :21. 137 HONORED: AT

STORK SHOWERMrs.
rruRT
Stuart Eatman was l
complimented at a Stork
Shower Saturday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Clercy Cush.

ing, Midway Park, Bunnell. cOM'MALt
JLLOCALSOPCC Co-hostesses for the affair

were Mrs. Bill Kinsey and *

Mrs. Jimmy Dupont 4RNHR
Forming the centerpiece for
WOMENS MRS. BERTHA TO
the refreshment table
was an: I

GOLF ASSOCIATION HEAD COUNTRY' CLUB attractively decorated cake
topped with a miniature era
Dot Elliott was the winnerin Mrs. Tommy Bertha was die. Cake, punch, nuts and
Tuesdays play for group A elected president of the Coun mints were served to twenty
at Ocean Palm Country Club. try Club at a meeting Wednesday Invited guests.Appropriate .
Taking top honors for groupB night at the home of games were
was Alma Fyfe. Mrs. Robert Bertha, BiminI. played during the evening i

The Turkey Shoot competition Other officers elected to prizes were won by Mrs. [
for, low putts was won serve were Mrs. C. H. Knight, Lloyd Durberry, Mrs. Georgia } 1
by Margie Kinney. vice president; Mrs. Sammy Revels, Mrs. Elizabeth Tid-

Thirty-five members and Bertha, secretary; Mrs. Danny well and Mrs. Betty Hall. RESIDENTS SONIt
their invited guests attended Johnston, treasurer; and.,Mrs. Out of .town guests included WAC RE-ENLISTS
the clubs Christmas cocktail S. J. Tilton, Jr., reporter. Mrs, Durberry', Ocala; Mrs is a rarity in Vietnam but it happened. U. S. Army Master

party last Tuesday night at Members enjoyed a Christmas Henry Mackey, Ocala; Mrs. Sergeant Edgar P. Gorden, whose father R. Roy Gordon:, livesIn
ithe clubhouse. party and gift exchange.' Betty Hall, Orlando; Mrs. Bunnell, became the first enlisted man at Cam Rahn Bay to

Door prizes were won by A needy family was selected Johnny land. Tidwell, Merritt Is- be given the oath of reenlistment by a WAC'officer.. -

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nicol. The to receive the clubs an. \ WAC Major Agnes M. Carlin of Grant Park, 111., administered -

womens group will not playon nual Christmas food basket. PELLICERMISSINNEWEDDING the oath to the sergeant Both Major Carlin and Sergeant

their regular day Dec. 26, YULE DINNER FETES Gordon are asslngned to the Directorate of Supply, Cam, Rahn
but will resume Jan. 2.
play
DEC. 22 veteran of 23 years
METHODIST CHOIR Bay Support Command. Sergeant Gordon a .
F. B. METHODISTMYF Miss Peggy Mlsslnne and military service enlisted for three more years.
Festive yuletide decorations PFC Johnny Pelllcer will exchange .
PROGRAM the interior of the
brightened
wedding vows Friday, I
PRESENTED Walter' Morris home, 500 N. December 22 at St Stephens ...j.
"Sound of Christmas", a Chapel St., Bunnell, Sunday Catholic Church at seven o' MERRY !
musical program arranged by evening for the buffet dinner clock In the evening.A ,
David Abel, Flagler Beach. given for members of the reception will follow at
was presented to the Methodist Bunnell Methodist Church the Flagler Beach Municipal CHRISTMAS. :
Youth Fellowship Sunday choir and their families. The Recreation Hall. .

evening. The program included pre-yule affair is hosted an. Friends of the couple ,are .< '
music and pagentry.Mr. nually by the Morriss. Invited. l.
To All the SchoolChildren
A major attraction for the ", .", "1,1',0 ',
and Mrs. Jack Keen and younger guests was the traditional IDLEWOOD 'CLUB : +' ," i

Lafayette Keen of Kansas electric train laden '.. ,::. ::i"X:,
with candy filled cars be. YULE PARTYThe
City, Mo. are visiting herewith .j
Mr. Lafayette Keen's sister neath a Christmas tree adorn. ,, .- ';,,T .
Mrs. Gertrude JUch and ed with elaborate handmade Dolphin Restaurant It'd' :
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen. baubles.' Marineland was the settingfor of d tt
J About forty.bve attendedthe the Idlewood Club's, an .'

Mrs. Edna Carroll and son party.( nual Christmas dinner party tf*,. .

Carl Carroll have as their Each choir member receiveda Saturday night Flagler ** '
houseguests Mrs. J.: B. Gam. ceramic choir 'boy .,
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were Mr. and Mrs. Dave t .........
ble and son Brian of Live Oak. .1'
J AT Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy .
Mr. Gamble will Join them for ,) PARTY ,v':" *' "
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the weekend.
HOME
MURRAIN Rernley Murray, Mr. and Mrs. JlI.) -,
The Intermediate Girls Martin McDaniel, Mr. and "
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me- Auxiliary had their Christmas Mrs. Tom Lenssen, Mr. and
G. Harris '
I Knight and' sons Ken' and party Monday afternoon at Mrs. Dale Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Coy
Kerry of Denver, Colorado are
the home of Miss Elaine Mur
W, W. Deen,' Mr and Airs. .. .
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expected to arrive Sunday to The Christmas theme was ._ : "'
ray. Charles Chambers, Mr, and
spend the Christmas holidayshere used in the decorations.The Mrs. Gordon Shields, and Mr.
with his parents, Judge
group enjoyed games and Mrs. Louis Stefllk.
and Mrs. T. K. McKnight. and exchanged gifts.

F. B. WSCS CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
Mrs. Ode Cauley, Alma, Ga. CHOIR PRESENTS CANTATA XMAS COFFEE :

I, and Mrs. Betty Wheeler, The*' dult choir of the Bun. More than forty membersand 3
Brunswick, Ga. visited in CUT FLOWERS BLOOMING: PLANTS
.nell Baptist Church, under the guests attended the
Bunnell Monday with Mrs. C.
direction of Mrs. Frank Clegg, Flagler Beach Woman's So. PERMANENT
is FLOWER WREATHSBLACK1S
B. King, who a patient at
presented a Cantata art; Haw ciety Christian Service Christmas
General
Bunnell
Hospital. Creek Community Hall Mon. Coffee Thursday morn .

Shep Cochran spent. the day evening.The ing at (Ithe First Methodist FLOWER SHOP
program was followedby Church Fellowship Hall''
weekend in Palatka houseguest .
as a social at the Frank Clegg Hostesses for the affair 111 N. Forsythe St. "
of Mrs. J. H. Fry.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Dun. home. were Mrs.Mrs. Gladys Bergengrenand OPEN SUNDAY DECEMBER 24th

combe, Santa Barbara, Calif., Reynold Hoover. '
MATHIAS BERGEN LENSSENMr. '
the
Following coffee houra
have arrived for several weeks S tete! tI:! H t'!tt:5*
visit with her father, Rex and Mrs. Nicholas Lens. program was presented by
Cramp, at Massie's Motor sen, Ormond Beach announcethe Mrs. Hal Jordan, Mrs. Roger
Court, Flagler Beach. birth of a son, Mathias Hoose and Mrs. Frank Sch-
Bergen, Friday, December 15 wenk.
at 8:29: p. m. at Bunnell Gen.
TRI-HI-Y eral Hospital. He weighed six ENTERTAINS G. A/ S LELAND B. SHAW

ACT1vmESCome pounds and fourteen ouncesat The Girls Auxiliary of the
See Santa! Tri-Ili-Y birth.F. Bunnell Baptist Church held
members are sponsoring an their Christmas party Monday ATTORNEY AT LAW ,. I
entertainment concession, B. METHODIST afternoon at (the home of Miss

train rides, etc., at Brannam'sIGA SPECIAL CHRISTMAS Dottie Tucker, Bunnell.A ;. .' 1
Food Store, Bunnell, :Friday PROGRAM PLANNEDThe gift exchange was enjoyed Announces the removal of ,. :
and Saturday, Dec. 2223. and refreshments were his office tk
Flagler Beach First
There will 'be a Taffy Pull Methodist Church choir will served.

Thursday evnlng at 6:30: at present a special Christmas TO ... I
the home of Mp: Keene Gur- choral program 'at the'11 'a. m. GOLDEN CIRCLE '
nee, 324 Palm Circle Drive, service Sunday,' Dec. 24. The CLASS SOCIAL :
Flagler Beach. All girls in the choir will render selections in Members of the Golden Circle 307 EAST MOODY BOULEVARD "
Tri-Hl-Y and prospective addition several solos and Sunday School class and ', .
members in grades 9 thru 12 duets. their families enjoyed a ABSTRACT BUILDING r. :., ;
are invited. Rev. Hoover Christmas social rafter
Reynold pas. Tuesday evening :"'
Tri-HI-Y members will meetat tor, announced there will bea in the recreation hall of Bunnell, Florida

Brannam's Store Friday, special ,Candlelight serviceat the Bunnell Baptist Church.
Dec. 22 at 6:30 to form a sing. 11:00: p. m. Sunday Dec. L. H. Church is the class
ing group for caroling. Those teacher.
Interested in carol singing are 22.The public is cordially invited
asked to phone 4392373. to the services. BIRTHDAY DATA

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Happy birthday this week to: t

Today Mary Mitchell, you.see'
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE "Dave" Shill.FridayTracy.

Cook. your doctor. .
ESTIMATES Saturday Lois Ann

CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS Holmes, Kenneth Dawson, Jr., bring yourprescription
John Henry Wells, Laura Tay
BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES lor. i to
Sunday-Ruth Danner, Hen
Laminated Plastic Fin Hardwood
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I' rietta Dykstra, George W.
FURNITURE REFINISHING Haines, Jr., Pansy Jones, JohnR.

j ii, -t Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, Freer, Rhea Dobeon.
Tuesday-James D. Mall,
! .. 50 Mile Radius Charlotte Lutton.
. Wednetttay Charles Williams Protestlonot,..... '
Call Collect 437-3513
Charles 1. Sehfteffler.
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TO OUR. SERVICE MEN :
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IN THE ARMED L FORCES: Quantity Rights
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This Christmas Season brings to us inspiring faith for peace '
and good will on e rth. We at the Flagler Tribune take this TOP Prices Good -:: I
opportunity to wish our local servicemen everywhere a very Thurs., Fri. and
BLESSED. CHRISTMAS.The VALUE I
SUPER MARKET Sat., Deco 21, 22 ,,
following list of names has been compiled for our mail. and 23, 1967 .; t'.
ing list and if we have missed anyone please notify the Tribune STAMPS "
office. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201

These service men will receive complimentary
subscription
a : .
ARMOUR STAR ((12 Lb. & Up) I
the Tribune
to Flagler :

;Sgt. John H. Metts AF14869553 NrM

21st. Hell Sq. 56 Combat Sup GP ,t HEN TURKEYS Lb. 39 .
APO San Francisco .Calif. 96310. .
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Major A. S. Reynolds ; .. :
H. Q. Co. H. Q Bn. G-3 r a!
Marine Division'f COPELAND SMOKED BOSTON BUTT : '
FPO San Francisco Calif. 96602." .\,? I .. ; i
111'. "' II,' SMOKED HAMS PORK ROAST
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A2C Robert J. McDanlel AF12886034,, 1
57 Ftr Intcp. Sq. Box"304 T" ; 't' Shank 5ge Ib. .,
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APO New York 09571 I." ?. Half, Lb. 4ge .
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SP4' Alan W. Jones RA128S2644 4\ ", '
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Co B 2nd Bn. 503 Inf.. (Sep.... ) r HAM TENDER DELICIOUS
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APO San Francisco. Cllfr,96250.SP4 "I'" :' ... ;'il"" ,t''! r ft .., :"i. SLICES 89e STEAKS SSe J 1

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537th pen. Svc. Co. OYSTERS STUFFING GIBLETS DOCKS FRESH PORK HAMSU.
APO San Francisco Calif. 96491.

Pvt Charles Knox RA12889975 C S. CHOICE
4th PH. Co. B. 9th Bn. ,
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B. D. E. USATC 0'r: :, .Ui12nd i (I SIRLOIN TIP: .
Fort. Benning Ga.31905 ,'i ';'::.M"f ROAST t.x J:. Lb. $109

Pvt. Boyd Robertson Jr. \. 1' .r .:---.. 'r._,,, ,'", ...., RUMP ,. ...-.

PFC Harry D. Strickland'RA12885456 I I. ARMOUR STAR (Beef)

Hq. Btry. 1st BN. 15th Arty. \ ,
2nd Inf. Division POT ROAST 59I ::

San Francisco Calif. 96224 -o. ..,f o........ ....., ,... 7 .::.'.rh 4 "lb.
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PFC Gary C Watson RA12885455 $ : 3 I

HG. Btry, 1st. BN. 15th Arty. *, t .,.,' ," FRESH
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2nd Inf. Division. )k 1'\\w) t '

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ROAST
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SP4 Rayfleld Gilyard RA53400362 (, I II
Bat. B 4th Msc. Bn. 57th Arty. .' ,
APO New York 09177 *. .J4.. I

A 1/c Patrick Barrow .' .It, ,' ."'t FLORIDA GRADE "A"
Box M 1709 "r I..." ', '
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McCoy A. F. Base Florida a "\" .

Pvt. Randy Morris RA12890196 ; MediumEggs 2 DOl. 77
Hq. "A" Co. 1st Bn. Ist'Bde. 3rd pit. ;
USATC Ft. Benning, Ga. 31905 '",. ,.. ,
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Limit Dozen Plea.ePepsi
H. R. Moody RD2 SA7720253 BIG 16 oz.
USS Semmes DDG 18 BJU f r ; ,
FPO New York N. Y. 09501 .:! M';' "'f d.'p' ,,' ,
::\ 24 11 $177
H. P. Misch ABE.2 Cola
U. S. N. A. S. Crash Crew OPS .' ,."} CrateLimit
Key West, Florida 33040 of. ,. f ::

SP/4 Alvin Salyerds ER53401054,, t (1)) 24 ct. crate with purchase of Plus Bottle Dep. \
552nd Signal Co. f'\ $5.00 or more food order ':
..APO New York 09164 ,, \\t" ?;. \ ,
FLO-CANE SHORTENING !
SP/4 Robert G. Mathen RA14926395Co.
PA 101 Division 'I\
SUGAR CRISCO
San Francisco,.Calif.96383 a"

Lewis J. Smigielski SN ,' 5 Lb. 5 Lb.
E. Div. U. S. S. Raleigh L. P. D..1 -.t I L'a 4 .' 37'' 67- s, r
EPO New York 09501 Bag Bag
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Michael Windham -1
SP/4 Co. B 2nd Bn. 1st APT, Bdg. ',.', : Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or
"I m;: more food order more food order
Ft. Dix N. J. I :Jlf,,' j

Sgt. James H. Minchew RA14857258337th Delmonte 303 Can Everfresh (Twin.Pkg.)
R. R. Co. Garden Cans POTATO Pkg.
APO San Francisco Calif. 96289' '''' '.. "' PEAS 4 9ge CHIPS 490
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Walter A. Townsend MMFN USN \ ,. jJ.: Whitfield (12 oz. Can) Oven Gold It
B317368 Class 67.4 Sect 5' ",'Jfi! ;'. : ';1' I Salad FRUIT 3 Lb.'
More Island -. f!L' i it'i'. '. S. 1.1' PICKELETSJ"Reynolds 33e CAKE Ring 9ge i
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William C. CauleyU. Aluminum Roll
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S. S. Agile MOO 421 I 6SC POP CORN Lb. Zge

FPO :New York 09501 .
Baker's 4 oz. Shurfine (Choc. White SpiceCOCONUT
Stuart C. Rockett ,J'4 ...... .-"" Cake Boxes
U. S. C. G. Base 4cr 25c MIXES 3 8ge
Ponee DeLeon Inlet .. j
New Smyrna Beach, Fla. ',
Produce Frozen Foods Bakery
Cpl. Thomas MeDaniel 21S3&66 '. ;

111 MAF HftS Co. Security See Fresh CritpCELERY Mrs, Smith's ((2 lb. 12 oz.) Everfreth Dinner 1
1'PO San Francisco, Calif 98801 Rolls,
I Stalk.................. 15C Deep Dials ff Otfl 2Pkg.Evrfr.................. 19- "
Cpl. Elide Kulertl 2182564 Pumpkin Pie.... / Vw
HMM m lat Marine (M ) t.. Fresh ...i (30 oz.)

i HO Stun Francisco aa A." .'" .l'-01hrry / '\,:. .; .:. =....:..,......... foe Mrs. SmMi's (2 lb.. 12 ...) 4Lo.v.s.BREAD, ........... 95.
F. KuKriri 8N "" U. S. No.1 Baking Qse' HAPiM ..
*..- OC DfvMenUSS POTATOES, AA Apple ........ 7.., BREAD 1.11., (Re,.)

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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 7-THE FLACLER TBIBUNE TOURS. DECEMBER 21. 1967

CLASSIFIED t ljr THE CIRCUIT COURT OF '.7.
fJ'GLEICOtlNTY, FLOn.I. Too Late
Smart For C'
ADVERTISINGBATE Care Ne. 288 Tips .
DONALD E. BUCK. JR. Would YouBELIEVE

t iI PATJnct; Plaintiff: ANN BUCK I To Classify : Florida Gardens I.'f I.

Defendant By Bussell Rat :'. ,
NOTICES TO DEFEND
;HE STATE OP FLORIDA TO: It Happened ,in Flaglet A Christmas in Florida is .:.
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per word. Minimum MRS. PATRICIA ANN BUCK County 20. 30. '40 090 much like the Christmas in "
1534 48th Marvin L. Holloway president years
AVENUE APT.: 10S ,
charge per issue $14)0. SAN FRANCISCO. CALI FOR. of the Peninsula Motor the Holy Land for the .

SEPTIC TANK You are hereby notified that Club, presents a new sloganfor 1 beautiful blue skies, the
cleaning; drain a suit has been tiled against you the holiday season: "Firsta balmy atmosphere, the wavIng '
fields installed; Rota-Roter In the above entitled cause; and palm fronds and (the brilliant .
,
TEN YEARS AGO
snail shelL Reasonable prices. you are hereby required to file Friend .Then a Host". '
your answer with the Clerk of skies are ours in this '
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 thereof this Court and to serve a copy He points out that at this Woman's Club Building at holiday season. We thrill to

8-1-tf plaintiffs upon attorney the, whom plaintiff name or season of the year partying Is Flagler Beach was nearing the beauty of the blooming

HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE. and DONALD address Is: practiced to greater degree completion, building commit. Poinsettias and the trees laden .

bedroom 1966 Piedmont, 60x QUIRE E. BUCK SR., ES. than at any other season of tee chairman, Mrs. Phil Kes- with golden oranges-and'

10 ft, excellent condition Air ST.108 SAINT GEORGE STREET the year. Eager to build his ter had announced. the many flowers bloomlmgJUtf* .

conditioning, central heat, t ratgr AUGUSTINE than December FLORIDA 81- A. reputation as a good host, the (-0-) is then we feel fortunate to, t x

wall to wall carpeting. Contact D.if 1847. party giver often overlooksthe Mr. and Mrs. Henry feller live in Florida, partiularly

: Buddy Taylor, Ormond will be you entered fall to against do so, you Default for fact that his guests are sold the Dixiana Motor as we read of the severe'blizzards

the relief demanded in the bill also friends, customers or business Court to Mr. and Mrs. Richard and snowstorms mother ;
Beach, 6721476. Nov. 30, 4tp. of suit complaint.being for The nature of Bald associates.He PalczeWski of Chicago, 111. areas. .

HELP WANTED, male or fe- DIVORCE (O.)
WITNESS my hand and seal provides plenty of alco The Flagler County Christmas in Florida is different
male, LOOK: Splendid Raw- of said Cattle
Court this J7th day of
lelgh business available in November A. D. 1867. holic beverages and to insure men's Association were completing from Christmas any

Flagler County or NE Volusia GEORGE M. MOODY his guests enjoyment and to plans for their annual where else in the world, says

County. Exceptional opportunity Court Clerk of said Circuit demonstrate his generosity, barbecue and horse raCes. President Richard: C. Johnson

for Industrious (Official Seal) makes sure that no glass remains (--o-J of Florida Nurserymen ,arid

person. By Janice Murray empty. He spends mostof Country Club officers elected Growers Association. The singing -
See or write Mrs. Ida L. Noles,
40 S. Whitney St., St Augus- Nof.er.tbeU, Jl,-4tc his time encouraging those were Rose DozIer, president birds, the bright flowers, .
present to "have another". the beauty of our surroundings
Dottie Arave -
tine or write to Rawleigh LEGAL ; secretary;
ADVERTISEMENTIN we almost bow in
Dept. FLL-360.18, Memphis, Among his guests are a Jeanette Bertha, treasurer; rev
TUB erence as we enjoy them. For
Tenn. Nov. 30 Dec. 14 Jan 4 CIRCUIT COURT FOR Margie Kinney, reporter.
FLAULER COUNTY, FLORIDA number of, those who have Floridians
decorating for the
and 11, 4tp. the respcBsltlllty of driving. (-0-)
CIVIL ACTION Ne. SM holidays is easy-we use whatwe
VIRGINIA EILEEN JOHNSON Forgetting that gasoline and TWENTY YEARS AGO have.
Venice Park Sub., Canal lots
Plaintiff liquor don't mix, he urges
Claude Lamar Mercer
was
80x109 Lantana
Ave. Lots
CARL HERBERT JOHNSON, "one for the road". awarded $200 Senatorial As you travel around Florida
a
4 5 6 7
Nos. ; Avalon Ave. Defendant.
this holiday season, you'llsee a
Lots Nos. 28 and 29. Tax valuation :NOTICE Thinking of himself as a scholarship the State Board of '
TO: CARL HERBERT: JOHN. Education announced. palms decorated with gay
$9600.00. Will consider SON host, he overlooks the fact baubles. will
you See
cash offer for the 6 lots. Write RFD No. 1, Box No. 91 that he is first a friend and (-0-) 'partsof ,

J. Rummey, 8114 Emily St.: YOU M'olrERiIy NOTIFIED as a friend is responsible for The Bunnell High School palms Pixies used to make Angels
Elves! You'll see
Detroit, Mich., 48234. 11-30-tfc that a Complaint for Divorce the welfare and safety of his Band had received an invitation native'
has been tiled against you, and He falls to play in the Gator plant materials In.
FOR SALE-Desks you are required to sere a guests. recognize bands eluding palms, pine cones \
card files, Bowl with 18 other *
of that his host
copy your answer or plead. activity as a may '
cabinets, chairs, tables, shelving ing: to the complaint to the lead to disaster. from throughout the state. etc. used \p create swags and ;;i
Plaintiffs attorney, LELAND B. wreaths and fabulous ,
decorations
stools heaters copier ( ) ;
SHAW P. O. Box 296, Bunnell. -0-
Clocks, air compressor, water Florida, and file the original an Staging a successful swing. The Sun Dial operated by for home and garden. ,

cooler, misc. equipment. Le. ::'eerCY r pleading of the: In Circuit the office Courton of ing party is one thing but Chris Kiriakes and Jesse Hur-

high Portland Cement Co. or before the 6th day of Jan. contributing to a tragic accident sey, opened for business. Pointers From ., (;

Phone 4392353. 1274tc. an uary order, 1968.of If default you fall will to be do tak-so, to a good friend <(is< some {o-)

en against you for the relief thing else and It is difficult Jack Hosford was elected
ZIG ZAG FOR $40. deg'1T1J'g In the complaint. to live with.A chairman of the ..advIsory Highway Patrol : "
at Bunnell. Flakier
SEWING MACHINE Original
County Florida this lit day of board of the Youth Council
Guarantee. Makes buttonholes ,- December, 1867.GEORGE. good host will provide Board. ; Christmas shoppers were '

sews on buttons, decorative Clerk Circuit M. MOODY Court, Flag, plenty of food for guests to i (-o-) reminded by the Florida High

designs, monograms, ler County, Florida. nibble on between drinks. Mrs. Lee Blakely was in way Patrol today to package
LELAND B. SHAWP. snacks andit :themselves in their vehiclesas
etc. Must place in your area. Tasty are helpful charge of reservations for the
O. Box 296
Just pay Balance $40. on easy Bunnell Florida Is a good plan to serve hot benefit dance sponsored by carefully as they package

terms. Phone COLLECT Jacksonville Attorney for PlaintiffDec. coffee: as the party progresses, the American .Legion, at the Christmas gilts by, always
3531946. Anytime. 7, '1421, 26, <4t<. """ As a friend should keep Bunnell Community Center
Will deliver, no obligation.Dec. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' you Saturday night. across town or across country.
a watchful eye on your guests
7 14 21 28 4tc Colonel H. N. Klrkrrian DIrector ,
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF and if it develops that any (-o.) -
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA of the Department of
The public library sponsoredby
FOR SALE-12 Jalousie windows one responsible for drivinghas
3 studio couches, $5.00 In Cue Ne. 302 had a little too much you the Colony Club, announced Public Safety, said, Glfts .
; must be secured and cushlCn
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SANDRA IRENE CAMPBELL *
Pat Deen would be in
should tactfully suggest a
with
and $10.00; cabinets Plaintiff
ed that
so they do not move
taxi or arrange a carpool. charge of the library.
chrome sink and fittings
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CAMPBELL around inside the package. In
PAUL VAN JR. ( )
While the -0-
table and guest may contend
drop leaf ; cut glass Defendant the same way vehicle occu-
NOTICE TO DEFEND that he Is all right, as a friend
china. Ph. 439.2317 12-14 tIc THIRTY YEARS AGO
pants need to be held in place
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
will be firm
PAUL VAN CAMPBELL, JR. you in providingfor Bunnell boys and girls by seat belts 'to prevent seri-
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bed- POST OFFICE ADDRESS AND safe transportation.A teams Crescent "
played City.
ous injuries in wrecks.
RESIDENCE ADDRESS UNKNOWN
CBS home with
,
room garage
team members Ze-
attrac- good host's duty does mot Boys were Research has shown that
glass enclosed porch, hereby o a no Mercer,. J. B. High, C. B.
tively landscaped. Priced rea ..u'"fto'lt.reb Sled ntn.tth'oIn end with the opening of the chances of survival in traffic

sonable. 204 Connecticut Ave., the above entitled/ cause; and bar. He is equally responsiblefor Eisenbach, Robert Bertha, crashes are much greater
you are hereby required to tile Curtis Deen, Cordell Robertson
closing it far enough in when seat belts are used.
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Hillcrest Subdivision, Flagler your answer with the Clerk of
Ira Holton Marvin Tucker
Beach. Phone 4392004. this Court, and to advance of departures to safe. Kirkman concluded, "We

f Dec. 14.212tp.AKC thereof upon attorney the, whose plaintiff name orplaintiffs guard his guests. Other beverages Durrance., Cecil Creech Members and of James the hope you will show as much

and address Is: than hard liquor concern for yourself and your
Doberman Pinscher female MR ATTORNEY CHARLES AT J.LAW LUKE, II should be available and the Girls team were: Virginia family as you do your Christmas

i pups, 8 weeks old, good 260 NORTH RIDGEWOOD host can respect his guests Bowers, Evelyn Robertson, gifts."

temperament. Excellent bloodline AVENUE FLORIDAnot wishes when he says "no Elizabeth Clegg, Marion Hos

and markings. Herbert DAYTONA later than BEACH.January 16th A. thanks" instead of insisting ford, Ruth Clegg Katherine

I Allen, Bunnell, Phone 437- D.. 1968.If that he "have another", pro. Walker, Hazel Holton, Sara I
fall to do to. Default
you Buckles Lois
3168. 12142tc. will be entered against you for vide orange Juice or coffee and Rodgers Daisy ,
W the relief demanded In the bill suggest he try! some special Lynch, Peggy Duttenhaver. "-" Z
i HOLIDAY SPECIAL of complaint. The nature of said (-0-)
suit being forANNDI.MF.NT morsel to!be found on the horsd'
r New McCulloch 4 H. P. Air. OF MARRIAGE oeuvre table. FORTY YEARS AGOC.
( cooled outboard engine, $148- WITNESS my hand and seal F. Johnson had opened
of said Court this 11 th day of
70. New Ashcraft 12 ft. fiberglass December A. D. 1967. The safety research department The Lily White Laundry on

fishing boat $149.50. Clerk GEORGE of said M. MOODY Circuit Court of Columbia Teachers Railroad Ave., opposite the

Both for only $249.99. Bunnell (Official Seal) College, financed In part by FEC depot in the Lambert ..

American Service Station Ph. By Janice Clerk.Murray the AAA Foundation for Traffic Building.

437-3652 Dec. 21-28-2tc Dec Deputy 14, 21, 2(, Jan. 4-4 to Safety, conducted cam (-0-)
paigns in two communities One of the most important
FOR SALE at Bargain-4-bed- .r i
stressing the "Friend-Host events to occur in Bunnell

room, 3 bath 'home and 4 Theme" Newspapers, radio took place when the new .

apartments. All electric air MEN WANTEDIn and television, civic and political $100,000 water works system ? ii

conditioners and T. V.'s. On This Area To Train An leaders Joined In the was turned on for the first f,

US Hwy. No. 1, Volusia Coun LIVESTOCK promotion. time. The new system had i ra

ty. One-half cash. Phone owner several miles of 10, 8, 6 and '
4373628. 12 21, 3tc. BUYERLearn Results were spectacular. 2 inch mains. I

to buy cattle hogs Compared, with the previousyear (-0-)
FOR SALE International arrests were down 30 _l,3
at sale ITo
real and lambs Miss Myrtle Harding proved
duinp ton 7xl4 accidents down 32
truck, two from precent,
barns and direct a charming hostess when all )
ft. body. Good tires. Ready to to trainmen percent, fatalities cut 50 percent oar
farms. We prefer she entertained the Haw
roll. Ph. 4373628. 12213tc. and the number of driv
with farm or livestock: Creek Club at her home. Miss friend and*
ers who had ,been drinking
For local In. Ovfeda I Holland vice .
FOR SALE-Restaurant equipment experience. plummeted 62.5 percent. president I
All or any part for sale terview write giving age This year why not be "Firsta presided during the bu*. neighhrr.

at bargain prices. Ph. 437- phone and background to FrIend-Then 'a Host"? laces MMion. The group plan.
3628. 12-21.3tc. National Institute of Meat ned their Christmas party at
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Packing Box 16053. Cleveland the home of Mrs. Fitzhugh

SPARE TIME INCOME Ohio 44116. Malphurs.

Refilling and collecting money The Manatee, or "..* cow," tj

from NEW TYPE high quality has only one pair of Unto, j efy4

s i coin operated dispensers In says Capt BUI Gray this area. No selling. To qualify Miami Otftquarium. It uses 'for Past Result-, ji N&UnaS

d you must have car, references these "flipper to plain water READandUSEIHEWANTADS

; $600. to $2,900 cash. ,f w YIR plant toward Its movtti where

1 Seven to twelve hours weekly NSETH r.IIilI1MO the upper lip dutches the f Chicken Pantry

.A can net excellent monthly food.
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income. More full time. For 1 1 KaHlert ,
personal interview write P. O. 1
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Box 10873, Dallas, Texas 75307. wings. Tony and Mildred
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FLAGLER BEACH DENTIST TO OPEN STATE ATTORNEY RESIGNS r 1

COMMISSION'REPRIMANDED OFFICE IN MEDICAL REPLACEMENT NAMED

ARTS BUILDING State Attorney Dan Warren

resigned Tuesday as State Attorney
A Flagler County Grand Ben, W. Lacy, Jr., DDS, will for the Seventh Judicial .

Jury criticized the purchasing open an office in the Medical Circuit. Warren has ser L 3 f '

practices of the Flagler Beach Arts Building, East Moody ved as State Attorney since

City .Commission last week. Blvd., Bunnell.Dr. 1962 and was assistant State

f The Grand Jury presentmentcited Lacy will occupy 'a suiteof Attorney prior to 1962. The j k ftA
I '"eight specific Instancesin offices equipped with the Seventh Circuit includes Flag-

which the city failed to most modern facilities. He ler, Volusia, Putnam and St.

publish notice of its Intentionto plans to 'have the office openin John's counties. The State at. 6 a

enter into a contract in execs January.Dr. torney's staff includes three + f a

of 100000. Lacy Is presently servo assistants and two full time

Complaints ,of the Flagler ing as Captain in the US Investigators.Anthony .
Army Dental Corps and will
Beach irregularities came J. Grezik, Volusia
from local residents who objected be discharged January 3,1968. county attorney and Justiceof
and reared In Marietta
Born
t., to the, expenditures Peace, has ,been appointed
which in violation of the Ga. Dr. Lacy is a graduateof
{ were, by Governor 'Kirk to succeed
,t city's charter.No Emory University, Atlanta, Warren. Grezlk is' active In
Ga. His wife Judy a native of
official ,
charged
city was Volusia Republican organizations
Pensacola, Florida, is a registered .
but the Grand Jury recommended and many 'service and

the city should avoid nurse. charitable organizations.The .
will reside In
such The Lacys
practice.
retiring state attorney
The presentment ,continued Flagler County,
stated in an. Interview with
"The officials of the- city ap-
the Tribune, !that he plannedto
pear to have spent much of FIRST BAPTIST
enter; Into private law practice
their personal time on these Redecorate SanctuaryThe in which he and W. W.
ventures, purely from a civic
Judge, a former state attorney
responsibility, but the city First Baptist Church of
would be partners.HOSPITAL .
c must be operated within, the Bunnell hopes to complete by

frame work of the charter and Christmas a program of redecorating Marcus S. (Buck) Moore,

cannot be operated 'as one !the sanctuary interior. NOTES 58, Ormond Beach, Southern

would operate his own personal Filigree wood panelinghas ADMITTED: John Bruner, Bell Telephone and Telegraph Cattlemen

business. This compli been placed on the three Glen Chase, Flagler Beach; district manager, died, last

ance may work to the financial walls of the choir area. Floor Katherine Bankston, Willie Wednesday night at Halifax Re-elect

detriment of the city, but ceiling drapes have been hung Gilyard, Lucy Mae Lang, Wa- Hospital, Daytona Beach aftera

the charter, must be respectedat across the baptistry. A care nelle Hunter, Charlotte Sloan, lengthy illness.Mr. .

all times". ed wood railing 'has been installed Gertrude Giddens, William Moore was a frequent Lyman GageLyman

around the altar.: Lan Taft Moses, Willie Mae Ben- visitor to Flagler County and

terns will be hung in the choir ford, Boyd Robertson, Myrtle the community.He Gage was re-elected

tSPOR7SBULLDOGS loft Folding doors have been Corbitt, Grace Wray, Bunnell; is,survived by his wife to a second consecutive termas

installed in ,the rear of the Robert Kennedy, Newark, Del; Angela; a son,' Dr. Marcus
President of the
sanctuary, not only adding to Adrian Sabater, Newark, Del; Moore, Fort Meyers, and a Flagler

,NOTES the appearance, but, provid- Norman Gould, Debary; Wil daughter, Mrs. R. E. Lenholt, County Cattlemen's Association

ing two additional Sunday liam Ralph Love, St. Augus' St. Petersburg. Inc in a meeting held

LOSE School, robms.," .' tine.DISCHARGED: Charlotte last week at the Courthouse.In .

TO HILLIARDThe making the nomination R.
FLAGLER' TIDE TABLETIDECEMBER Lutton, Christine Donahue, CELEBRATESFIRST
Poole Solomon W. Deen, Jr. expressed feelingsof
Alexander
Bunnell suffereda Davey
cagers : 21.28
?1 BIRTHDAYBill the for the
54.66 defeat on the Red Rosa Hyman, Pearl gtoup fine Job
HIGH LOW Mr. Gage had done In
Flashes court Friday night at Woods, Eugene Threadglll, Kelly, son of Mr. and providing
Hillyard. Day A. M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Frances Bowers, Gladys Lee, Mrs. Joe Kelly celebrated his leadership for the Association

High scorers for the Bun. 21 11:18: 11:42 4:42: 5:24 Sadie Moses, Marjorie Stuck. first birthday ,at a party at this past .Year.Othera'reelected .
Britt 22 12:06: 11:59: 5:30: 6:12 ey, Rudye Shamblen, Fred Ho. were Ray.
., nell team were Darrell his home Thursday, December
\ and Joe Burnham tied with 23 12:30 12:54: 6:30: 7:06: gan, George ,Buckles, James 21. mon Tucker, Vice-president;

11 points each. 24 1:30: 1:54: 7:36: 8:06 Williams, Cheryl Smith, Ruth > Don Jordan, secretary; Tom

The Bunnell Jayvees won 25 2:30: 2:48 8:42: 9:00: Watkins Bill's grandparents, Mr. and Lenssen, treasurer; R. W.

over the Hilliard Juniors drop 26 3:30: 3:54: 9:48: 10:00: Mrs. G. B. Kelly and Mr. and Deen, Jr. and C. H. Cowart,

ping them 59.13.UNDEFEATED 27 4:30: 4:54: 10:48 10:54: Mr. and Mrs'Marvin Parker Mrs. Charles Gies were Invited state directors.Art I

28 5:30: 5:54: 11:48: 11:54: and son Tony plan to spend to the celebration.
In Higbie, Executive Vice-
BHS the Christmas Holidays
TWINS BORN Washington, D. C. with their President the Florida Cat
., GIRLS BEAT ST. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT tlemen's Association
JOE 59.12 Th Randall Mitchells, Bun. son and daughter in law, Mr. was
\ IN TIIK COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT !" guest speaker. Mr. Higbie dis
nell; are parents lbf twins, a and Mrs. Michael Parker. "OLUIIA!! COUNTY, .
The BUS Girls basketballteam boy 4- Rio ndfl 'and 9 ounces, I FLORIDA cussed the purpose of Cattle.men's

I rolled over St. Joseph in and a' girl .4 pounds and 4 Mr. and Mrs. Bernl Hirschi In ESTATE He: OF GERTRUDE BERG, Associations and their
activities. He said cattle
t the local gymnasium Friday ounces b6rn December 14 at and children Bill and Lesa Deceaied.' theft
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo was a major in 'Flor.
t 59.12 to add another problem
night Gainesville
Bunnell General Hospital. visited in and all creditors and all persons -
victory to their all wins no Mlcanopy over the weekend. having claim or demands ida with an estimated 135
loss record. against said estate: head per week being stolen.
THANK YOUI You and each of you are here.
Cattle
associations
The girls have a 4.0 record. would like to express my FAMILY REUNION by notified and required to present are make

The girl's schedule for deep appreciation to the Doc. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown which any you. claims or either'and of you demands may by ing several inroads methods.in correcting this 'r

January, is as follows: tors, Nurses and entire staffof had a family dinner Sundayat have against the Estate of Gertrude -

I Jan 2-Orange Park there, the Bunnell General Hos their home, 601 N. Moore County Berg of, New deceased'York, late, and of the the Mr. Higbie also reported

5 p. m.Jan.. pital for their kindnesses ex Street, Bunnell. Stat of New York to the County that Florida associations had

12-Clay High here, tended to me during! my re Attending were Mr. and his Judge otttce of In Volusia the county County Court-at helped on a I national level In

7p.m. cent stay in the hospital.My Mrs. Dale Brown, Sr., Mount house In Deland' Voluala County, getting U. S. D. A. to initiate

l Jan. 19- Joseph there, sincere thanks to my Dora; Mr. and Mrs. H. Paul. the Florida date within of the six first months publication from Dual Grading of cattle; was

5p.m. friends and relatives for their ling and Mr. and Mrs. Hunt hereof' All claims and demandsnot Instrumental In creating the

I Jan. 20-Clay High, there, cards, visits and flowers. Paulling and son of Leesburgand and presented In the' manner within prescribedherein the time Florida Agricultural Tax

5p.m. John E. Durrance David Brown. shall be barred' ai provided Council which in turn developed

bylaw' Tax Manual used by
; LEWIS BERG.
Ancillary Executor of County Assessors for land assessments

I BUNNELL JUNIOR VARSITY .:tI Last Gertrude Will and Berg Testamentof deceased ; organized the Flor

ida Beef Council which pro
GINSBERG & GINSBERG motes beef throughout the
By: JOSEPH: OINSBURG
Attorney for Estate state with chain stores, radio
134 South Beach Street and T. V at no direct cost to
Oaytona Beach Florida
Dec 21, 28, Jan. 4. 11, 4tc cattlemen; was responsiblefor

.1 grain shipment rates to

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Florida being reduced 70 percent

on freight cars and was
lTUB (llirilT 'I.ACIU.n ('Ol\TY. KI.OIU- responsible for marketing
D! thousands of Florida cattle
t In ( .MP 1>o. 304
EVELYN M BOWMAN yearly to feeders in the west
Tlalntiff and mid-west

,REDBRICK VS. EARL, BOWMAN
sYi Defendant
N OTIC'.: TO DHFHM LEGAL ADVP.ItTIlE11\Ifl'T
THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO-:
FREDERICK EARL BOWMAN, IV TilE COUNTY JUDGE'
whose residence and post office COURT IAD FOR FLAG.
I.i addresses are unknown I.Hit COl''XTY. FLORIDA
ESTATE IV O, 775
You are hereby notified that a
e suit has been filed against you IN RE:
In the above entitled cause: and ESTATE OF
you are hereby required to file DEWEY D. MOODY.
your answer with the Clerk Of Deceased
NOTICE OK FINAL REPORTAll
this Court and to serve a copy
persons are hereby' notified
thereof' upon the plaintiff or
plaintiff's attorney whose name that the undersigned all flK-
and address Is: ecutrlx of the said Estate has
GEO B. NEWTON completed the administration
P. O. Box 278 thereof and has filed In said
Palatka. Florida S20T7 Court her final report, and will
Ak" not later than January 10 A. D. at a suitable time In January
1968 It... file her application for
If you fall to do so, Default final discharge Objections
( will be entered against you for :rtl'ft any, should be duly
flung proof of publication -
the relief demanded In the Mil of
complaint. Th. nature of MM showing this notice ha.
suit being for hen published once a week for
DIVORCEWITNESS : four consecutive weeks, the matter -
.: my hand and seal of approval of said resort
..., of Mid Court this Mth day of and the ordering of distributionof
said estate will before
December A D. INTOBOtiaK come
1C. MOOD the Court.
111 Standing from left are Jimmy Giddens, Willie Jefferson, James Bryant, Warnell Williams Clerkof said Circuit /Murtice Richardson Moody

Mike Barber, Bruce Kendall, Leonard King, Kneeling in the center are Coach Joe (Official Court Seal) As Dewey Executrix D. Moody of the estate of

George Revels Bobby Nelson Eddie Good Kirkland and Tommy Jefferson, manager.The By Julia R. Harvey I.nltll..ubllcatlon on December
Deputy Clerk 14
win, Norman Fitzgerald, Donald Mitchell, Jayvess season record is 4-2. Dei' 21. .'8, Jan 4. II, 4tc Dec. 14, 21, 28, Jan 4.41cWJ






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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. DECEMBER 21, 1967

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CHURCH Her. Oliver F. Taylor Pastor


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CHRISTMAS AND THE

FIRST BAPTIST MOUNTAINWe ,
Charles D. Anders. Pastor ""
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday refer to a spiritual ex
School. perience of great significanceas Bunnell, Floridamu..aa
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship a "mountain top" exper
6:30: pn\ Training Union. ience. This reference Is made
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship. because one wants to get high
Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer enough to tell the good news
Service. to everyone. A folk tune in
Nursery, all services. America Includes the words, ,
2 Blocks East of stoplight, "Go tell it on the mountain,
Moody Boulevard. that Jesus Christ Is born."
OPEN 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 'til Xmat.TRISSI.
L There have always been
good news at various limes,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
but the greatest news the ,',
Flagler Beach i '
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*. Max Hall. Pastor I I
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sending of the Son of God to .
Sunday School: 9:45.: ", )
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the human scene. The Christ. ,
Morning Worship: 11:00. .
mas season is upon us, and l.: 'Pants and Pants '. ;,
Evening Worship: 7:00 p. m. Q> Tops /.
faced with ..
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the opportunity of proclaim. .
7:00 p. m. : :
On the corner of Third and ing the pinnacle of all ex t .. 4'' Iri 'I
periences. I 4

Central. There is war, chaos, con. LOUNGE PAJAMAS. ',,;: .:it
fusion, and unrest in the I
FIRST METHODIST world. No !age has had a } JM.
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Christians need to
Rev. Oliver Taylor, Pastor news. pro. :
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Sunday School, 9.45 a. m. good tidings ..
Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. mankind is in need of the
Methodist Youth Fellowship, !true Christian spirit. "How
'6:30 p. m. beautiful upon the mountains KABUKILOUNGE
are the feet of him who
< 2 Blocks East of 'Highway i' ,
brings good tidings." Isiah
No. 1, Lambert StreetST.
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THOMAS EPISCOPALThe ST. THOMAS
Rer. Canon Shumaker Quilted Tops andVelveteen
Priest in Charge EPISCOPAL SPECIAL J

Morning Worship 10:00: a.m. CHRISTMAS SERVICE Bottoms
Communion first Sunday of
each month.. There will be a special I
Thrre miles east of Bunnell Christmas Eve Service at 10 ;
on Highway 100.CATHOLIC in the morning December 24
at St Thomas Episcopal Gifts for HER
Church, Bunnell. The Rev. .
CHURCHES Canon Shumaker, priest in j,
Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor charge, will deliver. the (
ST. MART'S KORONA Christmas message. Lingerie by Vanity Fair ::4
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m. There will be no services .I t!.'
Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., Christmas Day Dresses and Suits for the Holidays 0" ,,4-
and Friday at 8:30: um. :

FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL : .
Weekday Masses: Tuesday, Jeweled trimmed Sweaters .... .'
Thursday, and Saturday at BUNNELLPENTECOSTAL
8:30 a. m. HOLINESS fi v s*?
ST. STEPHEN BUNNELL Rev. John Llngold Pastor I .
Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m. Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. Remember a small deposit holds your choice when you
Life Liners Service, 6:30p. :
THE METHODIST CHURCH m. use our convenient LAY-AWAY PLAN
Flagler Beach Evening Evangelistic Service
7:30 p. m.
Reynold Nelson Hoover
Deen Road.COMMUNITY.
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Minister

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. t'! t":! t't1:!
Morning Worship 11 a. m. MEMORIAL
Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45: CHURCH NOVELTY I

p.m.Men's Flagler Beach .
Club meets the first Rer. R. W. Dickert. Pastor
Monday of each month at Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. GIFT GIFTS
7:30: p. m.Woman's. Worship Service, 11 a. m.
Society of Chris. Communion every first Sun FOR HIM
tion Service the 2nd Thurs. day of each quarter. SUGGESTIONS
day, 9:30 a. m. Daytona Avenue, South of
South Daytona Avenue. School. MENS ALPACA
SWEATERS
CHAIN BELTS

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MINIATURE SHAVING
Low A for $ 99
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COCKTAIL LOUNGECAFETERIA HAIR CLIPS J

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i PARTY I ENTERTAINMr. Mr.Mr. Anita R. Coxe, who is visiting Mrs. Glenn Sears, 'Tallahassee '
The Pulaski Club of Daytona and Mrs. Bill Lenssen visited in Bunnell Sun
here from Asheville, N. C.
Beach will have a New were honored guests at a day with her mother, Mrs. J;.
Years Eve Party at the Club Surprise Anniversary dinner Mrs. Coe end Miss Jean .
\Y. ftown. Mrs. Brown returned ;-
.326 South Street and Sea. party Sunday night given by Stone, also a houseguest at with Mrs/
Tallahassee
grave, Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lenssen at to
their home, T Double L Ranch. the Lenssen Ranch returnedto Sears and will remain for a
Dinner will be served from their home in Asheville
Joining the hosts and honor. visit..
8 until 9:30: followed by danc Saturday after a week's visit.

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attend may obtain tickets
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS: DECEMBER 21, 1967
MISS ESTESSELECTED A graduate of Trinity Uni "Palms ForChristmas" G-TBE
versity, San Antonio, Texas ,
: she was selected for the honor i 'about the "Palms forChristmas" ble, including the palmettos
I' Dallas, send a self addressed the seed of 'the Jacaranda,
Miss Dee
Estes
; because of her outstanding
stamped envelop to the seed spathe of the Cocos
has been selected to contributions and accomplishments
'r. Texas
the Lake County Chamber of Plumosa, the seed stems of
'. appear in the 1967 edition of In civic, religious, The "Palms for Christmas" Commerce, Tavares, Florida. many of our palms, fronds
k Outstanding Young Women professional and political ac program began ten years ago Then next holiday season you from our native palmettosand
r\\ of America. tivities. in Lake County, Florida,'under can be surrounded with beautiful many others. Why not
the guidance of the Lake
Miss Estes is executive native decorations! enjoy decorating the "FLOR
'i :Miss Estes is the daughterof secretary Chamber of Commerce
:Mrs. W. O. Estes, North to the president of the County and the Lake County There are many native plant IDA Way"? and a happy FlorIda
A-l-A, Flagler Beach. First National Bank of Dallas. Federated Garden Clubs materials which are valua- Christmas to you!

now it has spread all over _.
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this holiday season, plan to a .1967 ;..
visit a ,post office-:any post ,,!I">
office and see the beautifuland ., }" 'rf : .
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Peace on earth to
all good men.
1967 SEASON'S GREETINGSTO

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Time to toy May the true meaning Palatka, Florida
.;' "THANKS" for Phone EA 5-9166
f Christmas t make
.' your friendship O. yourholiday And aMERRY Furniture. Upholterlng HOME
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Laura Morris 437.3233
& Mrs. John Cannon 357 Andrews St Onnond Beach
After 6:00 P. M.
JOHN AND MARGARET Cook'sAND Sundries Office 672-0745 Home 255-3232
PRICES REASONABLE
PURE. OIL SERVICE. ,' ..
CENTER_ ,. .: .. LAING BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
Beach ,,:i : BOB...." EVELYN Just as near as your It OW.-CORNING
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RAPHAEL AND GLADYS STURMAN I

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