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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: November 28, 1968
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I DAY 1968




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56 NO. 49 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1968 SUO A r AH
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C OF C SPEAKERSSEE GLISSON MEETS DR. CANAKARIS-
DONALD JORDAN
FLAGLER WITH BEACHCOMMISSION
ADC qri >FPTFDDr
FUTURE

"Flagier County Is going to State Representative Jim!
grow" was the opinion of Al Citation met with the Ha gin
Wright. Vice President of t t Ndr. Beach City Commission Thursday k

Florida Power and: Light Cwporatten. night to discuss a propos
as he spoke at the ed change in the city charts
third annual banquet of The city had expressed' ttf't
Flagier County Chamber of est in revising the charter co
Commerce Monday night. that personal property ax
AI Wright told the more than could eliminated from the
60 members and guests attending tax roll.
the affair held at ed Representative Glisson Informed
Flagier Beach Pier Restaurant t'f the Commission that
that the Marco Polo Interchange the decision" as to type of
at 1.95 and Old Dixie charter desired should be
Highway was under contract made by the Commission and
and would be completed In T-vs i **\\v such proposed I legislation be
ISO working days. Construction submitted thru him to the
should begin immediately Legislative Bureau.
A letter from the Attorney
Jack White. president of **_ l T VA IHw. r* General of Florida Indicatedthat '1lI"
Marco Polo said Marco Polo Police Chief Brown wouldnot Jflf .
Park is progressing on sched be required to completethe :
ule. lie said It would be the minimum 200 hour trainIng Dr John M. Canakaris of
greatest attraction In Florida program required by law 1250 Moody Blvd.. Bunnell.
and would have a considerable Inasmuch as his prior employment has been selected to appearIn
Impact upon Flagier County would exempt him. the 19G9 edition of Personalities
The commission voted to of the South. Recipients -
During his speech. White pave and seal Palm Circle In of this honor Include
stated there were other developments GIVES CHECK FOR BIRTH DEFECT CENTER Flagier Beach. Bids for materials Governors, United States Senators .
coming to Flagier are returnable In December. and Congressmen of the
County that could not be announced various southern states.
yet. The bid of B A II Sales to Dr. Canakaris Is a native of
Robert Burns Executive T4: supply pipe foe the Ocean.: Iowa. lie lived in Jacksonville
J rector of Marco Polo showed a Palm Subdivision war "extension "forti number of yean wherehe
I color slides of the projectedJapanese In the amount bf $3,. was employed with the
Gardens at MarcoPark. 491.58 was accepted.The State Board of Health. In 1950
I commission directed he moved to Bunnell wherehe
I City Commissioner Howard that a letter be written to the began his practice of medicine
I Lerch of Flagier Beach extended Board of County Commissioners and surgery. Dr. Canak
, the welcome to the requesting resurfacing of aris Is Chief of Staff at Bun
Chamber of Commerce. Rey + Central Avenue o North 23rd nell General Hospital and
I nold Hoover pastor of First r Street and then one block past president of the St.
t Methodist Church of Flagier east to AlA Highway Johns Medical Society.
\ Beach gave the Invocation, Permission was granted to Active In cvlc affairs, he is
111 Librarian for the purchase of a past president of the Bun
HOME ECONOMIST IS six books at cost of $28.06. nell Rotary Club and a former .
GUEST SFEAXER AT Bunnell City Commissionerand
iI chairman of Flagier
SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB WILLIAM REED
County School Trustees.
Guest speaker at the Nov 19 PASSED AWAYWEDNESDAY
DONALD FEACIN JORDAN
luncheon meeting of the Flag

let Senior Citizens Club was William Henry Reed W -.... ..,
Mrs. Essie Thompson. Palat Flagier County March of Dimes Chapter Treasurer M. B. Deen Road. Bunnell. passed w'
ka Home Economist with the Fuller second from right, presents a $1000 check to North Flor away Wednesday morning at I- D '
Extension Service of the Ida Representative Sam Thomas left, for support of the Birth Bunnell General Hospital.
University of Flo-fda. Defect' Center at Gainesville I Looking on are other officers of He was born In Rochelle.
She was Introduced to the III. June 4, 1882. He residedin
the local chapter Mrs. Harry Atkinson county chairman, and
65 members and guests present Donald Jordan right, secretary Not pictured is Mrs. Marvin Bunnell .about 25 years
by County Agent Don moving here from East St *
Jordan. Strickland, vice chairman. Officers of the recently" reorganized! '
Louis. III. He was a retired
The Club's next meeting will chapter plan to attend a tour of the J. Hillls. Miller Health Center sign painter.
be at 6:00: P. M. Dec. 3 In Com at Gainesville Dec. 10 from 10:30 a. m. til 3:00: p. m. The Survivors Include a sister
munity Hall at the Flagier public is Invited to Join them on the tour and Dutch Treat Mrs. Ma urine Roes St. Louis
Beach Municipal Building. A luncheon. Those Interested are asked to contact Mrs. Atkinsonat Mo.; and several nieces and
potluck supper will be served 4373386. nenhew
with members bringing covered -- -- .
-- Craig Funeral Home. Bun
dishes and table service. VFW TO PREPARE CAR INSPECTION net Is In charge of arrange
The Club voted to hold Its GIFTS FORVETERANS LANE HOURS ments.
Christmas meeting Dec 17 at
CHANCEDEffective
1:00 P. M. There will be an AT MEET COUNTY ADVISORY
of Monday Dec. 1 the
exchange gifts at this
Veterans of Forf'In'us vehicle Inspection lanes at COMMITTEE MEETS
meeting. Auxiliary members will prepare the Flagier County Stockadewill The Advisory Committeefor County Agent Jordan was
LIONS HEAR a box of gifts to be delivered be open Mondays thru the County Planning Project also selected.A .
to the Veterans Hospital Fridays from 8 a. m.-12 noon met at the Commissioners native of Capitols, Flort
DIST. GOVERNOR at Lake City at their and 1:00( .-5 p. m., accordingto Room of the Court House da. he attended schools In
Flagier Beach Lions heard meeting Monday. Dec. 2 at Robert !Hull inspector. Thursday afternoon. William Leon County and was graduated .
District Governor Joe Gllarde. the post home. Hull said owners of vehicles Lens&en. chairman, presided. from Leon High SchoolIn
Winter Park tell of his worldwide Members are reminded- to with December stickers are Representatives from Mel 1933. attended the University
travels at their regular bring ditty bags lap robes reminded their six months re- Conner It Associates gave a of Florida where he received -
dinner-meeting Monday night white socks, and Christmas Inspection is due. The cars report on the work they have a BSA degree In 1961
at Rodgers Restaurant at gifts for the box. according to mav be Inspected anytime done In the survey of Flagier and a MA degree In 1967.
Flagier Beach. Gllarde par Mrs. Orlin Green, president. during the month of Decem County They have practically He is married to the former
ticularly emphasized his visitto ber. completed a land use survey.A Patricia Ann Skinner of Crans
South America and the WHITE BAGS BEAR survey has been made of ton R. I., and they have three
country's economic conditions.The TIDE TABLE all structures, residential and children Kathleen. Christineand
Lions Leader told the Lillard White Bunnell. killed Tides others. In the entire county to Matthew They reside on
For NOT. 28-Dtc. 4
group "Great contributionsare a black bear Saturday afternoon determine which are standard East Hwy 100 In Bunnell.
being made by the Lions as he was hunting in mcn LOW need repairs or should be He served four years in the
organization In field of sight the Black Point area Just off 01. P)1. A.M. .1f. demolished.Questionnaires. US Navy prior to being named
conservation. We as Americans Highway 100. 28 3:12 30) 9.1S 9:18 were returned Assistant County Agent In Columbia .
take entirely too muchof White was hunting for turkey 29 4:12 h.1O 10:18 10:36 from representatives of the County lie was As
our freedom and luxuries and deer when he noticed 30 5:06 5:2j 11:12 11:18 various organizations In the sittant County Agent at Dixie' F
for granted. One only has to the bear coming up behind 1 5.S-1 6:06 12:00 11:59 county. They will be tabulated County for three years before '
travel to a foreign land to discover him. The bear weighed 2 6:36 6CS 12:01 12U to assist the professional he was assigned County Agent
how wonderful it Is to 200 pounds after being dress 3 7:18 7:3 12:36 1:2j planners In developing a program In Flagier County three years ..Aa
be a citizen of this country. ed. 4 7:5-I 8:06 1:12 2:00 for Flagier County. 10THANKSGIVING






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COOKWARE SET
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JOIIX A. ct..o TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT OUR STORE
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MONDAY DECEMBER 2 1966 6 P. M.
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THEY ARE KNOCKING AT OUR DOOR 12 1'iKch: : ''l'E F LON .................................................................. ..
Flatter County .is Imbed fortunate+ to have three .....
boundaries. COOKWARE SET .............................................................. ..
parr within our I

These parks were the result of the efforts of a few dvtc

minded Individuals working largely private rit.... The Choice JuicyALL ]
Board of County Commts.ieners and Flagler Beach City Cornmiastoners -

have cooperated wWi park efforts when called upon.It .

Is only now that the rest of us are beginning to realise MEAT STEW lbm 6S

what the state parks can mean to Flagier County Camping
offers one of the greatest potentiate In the tourist industry It

is the vogue all over America.And. CHOICE LEANGROUND

Flagler. County Is ripe for the harvest Camping can
mean as much to the local economy' as several small Indus $
tries. BEEF 3 lbsM $169 I

Last year 4735 campers staged overnight at Flagler Beach
State Park. There they could camp on the ocean front Ash and I
satin In the: surf and go across the highway for boating Ash Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

I.... recreation and pknktag

This. Is a natural with unlimited poMi IIIU.... Presently :

then are only 14 campsites. There is room for many more.AH PICNICS1b.4FLean I

of us need' to get behind the efforts of the City of Flag

lee Beach, and the Flagler Chamber of Commerce to obtain additional .
campsites at Fiagter Beach State Park.

To make the park more complete for the camper as well as
Western "FIRST CUT"PORK Western SELECT
local residents, we heartily. Indorse the efforts of the Flagler

park.Beach Lions Club to have a recreation hall constructed at the CHOPS BEEF LIVER


Campers are highly desired visitors in our county Theyare Ib. 48e Ib. 48c
usually seeking wholesome family-tvpe recreation. They
cause no trouble They spend about $17 per family per day'

when camping. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2J%.21j1 lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE
Advertising is quite extensive and at no local cost The FlorIda .
Industrial Commission and Florida Board of Parks publish
and distribute brochures \\ list all parks and facilities that
Whole
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are available as a public to campers.service. Many newspapers run this informationfree m


Then there are camping publications whkh list facilities at

the various camps and publish features on the various parks --
All we need to do is Include parks in our already existing bill Herman's "ALL MEAT"z Lyke's "Sugar Creek" Smoked Slab


board All advertising this can be program had at Flagler Beach State Park Just for the FRANKS cJEX 39c BACON lb. 48c

asking. Let's see what would happen if all Boards and civic -

social and fraternal organisations get behind tne City of Flag Bam Quart Jar
lee Beach Flagler Beach Liens Club and Flanker Chamber of
SALAD BETTER MAID (PJ.ain or S. R.)
Commerce''. and worked for more campsites and a recreationhall. DRESSING 39C


John A. Clegg Big Chief 21.4 lb. Pkg. FLOUR

LONG RICE Each 33e
shape In patel lenses. Revelle GRAIN lb.

Too Late ITo f has Itself new styles designed In their some Ewo-ortltef.e Martha White (Self-Rising) 5 Bag 39i

peeR f&eterlH. CORN MEAL 5 39 e Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Classify Color Is about the moat Important Bag
feature of the new'
Farm Value 20 oz. Loaf
BY Russell Km line The colors are mostly

pastels of green blue, tortoiseshell BREAD 3For' 6ge GA. REDTOMATOES
There wan a tirm i w hen we pink and amethyst
considered sun glances as a They arebeing offered in Sun SpunOLEO
practical means of protectingour round and square frames and
eyes' from the glare of the some of the glasses will come "- Zge
sun but like a lot of other with metal frames. Dome with in Qtrs. No. 303 t
things sun-glames have comea wire frames and others with CAN 10
long way. took teahell frame
Movie Mars and gangsters One of the novel 1 approachesthis DIXIE CRYSTAL
found them effective' means year is to have the pastel Limit 3 with $5.00 or more food order
of disguise In the thirty's. shades "gradient". This means SUGAR
Then the social I Jet-set took they will Ho toned down to
them to heart and today they the bottom of the glasses to ,Ib, FROZEN FOODS -
have become big business give a different effect and add
Today sunglasses have become to their cosmetic value I This 5 BaS or !Morton' BEEF CHICKEN TURKEY

a mark of distinction. tpeof lens. Kupper says, will
They have become as important allow the woman's eve liner Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order POT PIES 2 Pkgs.: 39C
and much a part of the and eye-shadow to "peep
well dressed woman's attireas through" the glasses and addto Morton's 20 oz. Size

dress! and shoes. the overall effect FRESH PRODUCE MACARONI .
over CHEESE
Kupper. enthusiastic 39C
Alert to this promising AND
1960 from sales
merchandising field. Ken Kup. prospects a the U. S. No. 1POTATOES
standpoint, thinks that
per of Miami president of. "In thing" will bo his specially .
Revel le international Importers 10 49C
decided to enter the turnS ( designed "Spec Set" a Bag TREND DETERGENT
boxed assortment of glasses,
glass field In a big way.KHa" Golden RipeBANANAS
where the purchaser receivesa
decision to cater to
set of six' different colors Giant
the fashion conscious woman
and with different color 2.b 25c
designs ,. 29
b>' providing her with the very Size
frames and lenses for wear
In has paid
latent sun glasses
1m with different out ftfs. This isexclusive I lb. Cello Bag
off and today his concern
ports and distributes the.f't'). with Revelle. boxed Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
latest in sunglasses from and sealed at the factory in CARROTS IOC
'. You will Italy with either round or
France and Ital I> .
frames. Now women
find them In such establishments square
as Jordan-Marsh.: .... can have a sot of sun-glasses
Brothers. Ivej's. PurcHr*. Sax to blend with each of their.
Fifth Avenue and other smart outfits.

Florida shops.
CARD OF THANKSWe
Sun-giaas styles change
each year and If Mylady wish to thank each of -
wants to stay "in" she must our friends for their kindnesses ItI
r special thanks to the entire
acquire the latest style as tul
dictated b>' International staff of Bunnetl General ( '
fashion designers. Hospital for wonderful medical .
Ken Kupper tells us that care and to Brother Shelton ( i II
the 1968 sunglasses will soon Brooks for prayers during ( I Phone 437-3227
arrive in Miami The new' year the lengthy illness of our loved OPEN SUNDAYS I
look will emphasize color andover one. 3:00 a.m-hOO U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
-slze. The new look will The family of p.m.
be huge and round or oval In Cecil I Doc> Thacker Quantity Rights Referred Prices Good Nov. 29 and 30, Dec 1 and 2, 1968.1k



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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS- NOVEMBER M. Mil
POSTER CONTEST WINNERS ..
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Social Security


NEWSQ.


In 19ft alttr I wa eligiblefor
t Medtcaw. I was in a no*. 1

pltal that did not take part In .

Medicare My data *.is denied tDea y s1Mt
sine this was not for

emergency .,......, Is there

.mv way at alt 1 am get re THE PILGRIMS FIND

A aid* AMERICAOne

\ nder a law pasted early
itI > his \ 'ar. you Nfl Jet partial day In htertery mere than
I ,,'t benefits if you" were admitted a hundred years ago.
I Ak before January 1. tW to a 1'Iwtat ItewW came wl'h i:
I hospital whkfe dW not take men taking, their turns >
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: x l art in Medicare if the hospital MV.
I meets certain. requireicnts It was a very Mg ship from s

.' You must flh 'oarLan bottom to tfe
k l "ii. II in
-J \.j ,, claim for this payment Of pour*'. It WHft't all grand
The above Bunn:'!) III Schoc eighth crado art students
before January 1. 19*. I ad- with the women giving lip u
wentudecd wirier of the basketball) poster contest! by a ac-
\ise you to contact the 1M,-
ult> committee: Donna StcfUk ('('nter1S flrs place winner; social office
Beach
tons security Well one day they spotted
Thea thin, right, second and Sheila Johnston, left. third. Prizes immediately.
land In te middle of the
were season tickets for the basketball games. NOVEMBER
. Q I will seen fee 50 years sea
old and I have never worked But all the men emtM say
Byrdie Cokiaswe, Charles Sit\.h :? bcr!
was.Me" oh and etvec
social CAB I my
I HOSPITAL NOTES Bwreii.' David Wright. Marlene under security.
receive disability benefits M "Glory Be!" The month to remember' !
Admitted Evelyn Harper. King. Mary Gibson' Aaron a wife on my husband's earn They parked the ship along Football games and vietory
I Flatter Beach: William Arndt. RMfeway.. Joan isis. tn.? the store and all the kkf Bieetfon days make history
Flagler Beach: Ruby Dur- Opal Sak.... Margaret Peillcer. tore through the deer. A grand parade on VefefansDay
A. No. A wife cannot receive
Neva I9enbaeh Mary
ranee, Flagler Beach: Alice ,
Jenkins. Kenneth irleiH AnfteBaraeiofna. disability benefits on
Johnston. Bonnet James
; Nook Broekett, her hY! baAd'. record. When they" first get off they Honors our dead with solemn'
Stepe. Bunnell.; Carrie Mae
Iambs McCabe, Frances Ander She may get regular wife's built their homes dkplay.
Fakrell." Bonnet) William
; benefits at age At or at any Then decided to go to the On Thanksgiving Day we
Reed, Bunnell: Bertha ('a uloP)'. sen.
age if her minor childfen an woods and roam. count our blessirvg
Rennet: Ed CYtpeland. Bun- qualified for benefit payments.If But the poor women had to As we" eat the turkey and
nell: John Henry" Mercer. Or.
ATTEND ANTIQUE FAIR her husband dies she maybe unpack. dressing..
mond Beach Jeanette Mitehler.
; entitled to benefits as a Carrying sack that broke SO'f'ASo'embPr!
Ormond Beech; Ruth Mr. and Mrs :Mike Stefiik
remember!
f disabled \\ldow if she is between their backs.Marcy The month to
I Leekett.<< Ormond Beech attended the University I Medical
50: and 60 andmeets
I DfemiasedRobert: Lockett Guild Antique Fair at age Strickland6th B>' Mena Wadsworth6th
Andrew Russell Verna Folk. Call'M"S'lIltSalurda)'. certain disability re-
_. quirements. Grade Bunnell No t. grade Bunnell No. 1
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Q.I will be 65 next year but -
have no plans to retire. Am I
eligible for Medicare?

NOTICENotice A Yes. You can qualify for

Medicare benefits even
1 O O 1st
though you have not retired

is hereby given that on the 4th day You should contact the social
security<< office about three
of December, A. D. 1968, at 7:30 P. M. in the months before you are AB and

Bunnell Civic Center the City Commissioners of file your application If possible '
you should bring your
Bunnell, Florida, will hear comments and opinions social security number and
the bent proof of your age thai r r
on Dawkins & Associates' proposed Improved

Water and Sewerage System. you Q have I began available getting my social POWER MAC G

security checks in June '

CITY OF BUNNELL after working through May.
I made over $3,000 before I

Barbara C McCabe retired A friend told me I The 1 CHAIN
would have to pay back most
City Clerk or my checks because I made 2 a SAW'BUDDY

over $16f!O, Is this true?

A. No You will be due some

-- -- -- of your checks even though
you made over $1680 during

es 1.. ..... 1R. You will be due a check

"_;" &i : ... -:: for each month in which you
neither earned over $140 In

f wages nor rendered substantial

,, after you see services as a self.employ

.i your doctor. ed person.
Q I received a card tellingme

"'' my son will be dropped
'i bring yourprescription from social security benefits
,
t.. to unless he continues In school
lie cannot go to school because
he Is mentally retardedand
t1) canont hear He will be

IS In January. I thought disabled
t.LIGHL .
'lJttUq children could keep
drawing checks What can I

.1I Frofsitlonol Bldg.J3ARNES do? : T CI'Ai"tt SAW

.. A. You should get In touch
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office about your son. If R
your son has severe mental

i SEA FOODOpen Impairment. U is possible that '
be r r iri 6Ur iriONLY.
I benefits
monthly may continued
,b
, for him be\ond age 18 .
Thursday Thru Sunday 5 till 10 p. m. You should contact our office

right away to fill' out the nee
.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK esary papers medical and evidence to furnishns'essary $1I95



Southern Fried ChickenAll THANK YOU r'ttt r.ctory ttstsdy

Three weeks ago I was ad l.a-tii.31af.)< o.1m \
mitt-"d to Bunnell Hospital as
You Can Eat
$1.50
an emergency patient. I would
like to take this opportunityto

Served with Homemade Biscuits and Honey express my thanks and appreciation
for the kindnessesand

Roasted OystersAll excellent treatment I received .

from the nurses staff r

You Can Eat $3.25 and arts especially and Blanton.Doctors Canak

My thanks also to Joe Par- r

FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FM and rish to Flagler James DAV W..bb.'olks.Command-, KNOX BUNNELL

w-agen dealer of Pcnsacola.
CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS Both of these men were in AMERICAN SERVICESTATION

my division "the famous

I South of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1 82nd Airborne US Army. .
My sincere thanks to every.one.
At Moultrie-Sijn on right U. S. Hwy. 1 Dunne!! Phone 437-3652

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FLACLER TRIBUNE THUR&. NOVEMBER 21. 1968 SUSAN WADSWORTH FRATERNITY OFFICER ;it;


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Susan L. Wadsworth. right, daughter of Circuit Judge and Mrs. W L Wadsworth Bunnell

was installed vice president and treasurer of the newly organized Beta Tau Chapter of Phi Delta

International Legal Fraternity at the Charter meeting at the Florida State University Collegeof

Li Law.
i. } Pictured with Susan is Mrs. Diane DuBois Tremor St. Petersburg, president of the new

Beta Tau Chapter Other officers are Mrs. Vera Winter Lee Tallahassee, secretary; Miss Jean

Kavanaugh, Bradenton chaplain; and Mrs. Sally Munroe, chancellor.:

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KOROMA COMMUNITY McNABS IN MIAMIMr. HOME FORHOLIDAY
Tucker, Bunnell
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Miss Seale, a 1967 graduate CLUB SOCIAL and Mrs. R. L. McNab WEEKEND
SEALE of Bunnell High School, is employed Flagler Beach, spent last
by the Flagler County The Korona Community weekend In Miami visiting Navy Lt. and Mrs. Jimmy
ENGAGEMENT Abstract and Insurance: Company Hub will hold a game partyon their daughters. All three Babbitt and children of Pen

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny J. Sunday December 1st at daughters are employed" in sacola will spend the Thanks.

Se>a I t'. Clarksville Missouri Mr. Tucker is a 1966 graduate 2:30: P. M. at St. :Mary's Hall aviation. One daughter Is a giving holidays at Flagler

have announced the engage of Bunnell High{ School In Korona flight hostess another is a Beach with his father, J. A.
rnent of their daughter, Janice and Is now serving with the Everyone Incited to attend ticket teller, while the third Babbitt.
Elizabeth to Martin Tucker, United States Army In Viet the party game. Refreshmentswill is a computer operator.
con of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie nam. be served
WEEKEND VISITORS
Clifford and Gwen McGriff

VISIT FORMER RESIDENTSMrs. Mrs. Myrna Knight and Visiting last week at the and daughter Cheryl left Wednesday Weekend houseguests at the
Marie West and child daughters Lesa and Lyna Brock home were Mrs. Joseph for Bonifay to spend G. C. Smith home in Bunnell
ren" Kathy and Buddy were spent Saturday in Lake City Meador and Clarence Farmerof Thanksgiving with his par. were Mrs. Linda Smith and
weekend guests of former visiting with Linda Knight, Charleston W Va. ents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Me. children and Mr and Mrs.
Bunnell residents Mrs. Mur- who Is a freshman" at Lake Griff, Sr. Thomas lIazelton and children .
tice Moody and daughters City Junior College. of Eustis.

Ion and Juanita at Orlando. Mr. and Mrs G. C. Smith
LINEN SHOWER Mrs. Sam Waits of Deland
and children will attend a
will spend Thanksgiving with
Mrs. Randy Hodges and son HOLIDAY DINNER GUESTS COMPLIMENTS: her son In law and daughter family get together Thanksgiving

arrived last week from California Thanksgiving dinner guestsat :MRS. HARROW Mr and Mrs. C. A. Meekins at the home or Mr
and Mrs. Grover
C. Smith in
to visit her parents the home of Dr. and Mrs. and family, John Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Nail Abrahamat Russell Blanton at Flagler Mrs. Isabel Barrow, whose Hwy. Flagler Beach Cassia.
Flagler Beach. marriage to Charles Worley
Beach are Andy, Perry, Tim
and Jenny Blanton of Mayo, will be an event of January Dr and Mrs. Ben Lacy's Mrs. Frank Mercer returnedto "
5 at St Stephens Catholic
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Porter of Florida; Mrs. Pauline Blan holiday weekend houseguestsare her home in Bunnell Sun
Church was honored at a
Inverness visited" In Bunnell ton Iluntsville Ala; Mr. and her mother Mrs. Lillian day after staying In Klsslm-
linen shower
Wednesday
Sunday with Mrs. Daisy Buckles Mrs. Rick Maher and Troy of eve Vucovich and children Debbie mee several days with her son
ping given by Mrs. 1{. C.
Mrs. Grace: Kinney and Ft. Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. Cobb and Mrs. William Pat and Wayne of Pensacola. and daughter In law Mr. and
Mrs. Anita Akins. Jack Knight Holly Hill; Otis Mrs. Gayle Mercer, while their
rick at the Cobb home at Espanola
Coach and Mrs. Jack Hall
Evans, Cross City; Lynn young son Walton was a medical .
HOLIDAY GUESTS Knight. Sanford; and Rick will have as dinner guests patient at Mercy Hospital
Green yellow and white
was
and Mark Harris of Ormond. Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. in Orlando.
Guests at the home of Mr. the color ICht'meuSt'd in the and of
George Murphy family
and Mrs. Otis Nipper duringthe decorations An artistic arrangement Orlando.
Thanksgiving holidayswill of gladiolus and Holiday houseguests at the

be Ed Butts of North Car. Mrs. Lucy Dearing and Mrs. chrysanthemums formed the Mr and Mrs. Bo Manuel Harold Emery home at Espanola -
olina; George Butts and Mrs. Mary McDonald will have as centerpiece for the serving and sons cf Callahan stayed are Mr. and Mrs. Alton
G II. Cannon of Douglas Ga.; dinner guests Thanksgiving table Refreshments of decorated at the Milton Motel last weekend Ford and family of Belle
Mr. and Mrs. Richard LJngold Mr. and Mrs. Howard McDonald cake squares and coffee while visiting In Bunnell Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
and children and Mr. and who are winter visitors at were served by the hostess to with friends Former and family of Hastings
Mrs. Carl Bratcher of West Flagler Beach from Anderson twenty invited guests. ; Mr. and Mrs. Howard

Palm Beach. Ind.OR1STMA3. Games were played and Emery and children; Miss
--- prizes were won by Mrs. Bud. VISIT IN GEORGIA Cella Lord Mr. and Mrs. Will-
fH&fX* f f f&fStTOO -
dy Wadsworth and Mrs. Cor- lam Patrick and Mrs. Mabel
dell Robertson. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Robert Emery all of Bunnell and
son Tammy, Kirk and Melissa of
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lyons
Carla Sue Byrum returned Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville.Mr. I
1o her home In Holly 11111 Marvin Henry spent the week Ii
after theweekend end In Baxley. Georgia where i
; Monday spending and Mrs. TrancynS",
they attended the 92nd birth.
at Espanola with Korona, have as their houseguest I
day celebration of Mrs. Rob.
her grandparents" Mr. and .
ertson's mother Mrs. D. L. his daughter Mrs. Eleanor
Mrs. H C Cobb. Summerall.Mr. Wilson of New City, :\.

MRS. THOMPSON Y.

and Mrs. Leland Shaw
SPEAKS TO Haw Creek are spending a Visiting at Flagler Beach
week on a cruise of the Caribbean with Louie and Louise Manosis
\ HAW CREEK CLUB Including a visit In her sister Mrs. Sadie Pass-

EARLY ? } Mrs. Elsie Thompson, county Puerto Rico. more. Tampa.

home economics agent, was

guest speaker at Haw Creek

To select Chrisl/iuis Cards j Community Club when they
Jour met at the home of Mrs. Robert HARTREFRIGERATION
Sizemore Wednesday af
from cur 1968 Albums? ternoon.

Mrs. Myrl Henry presidedover
Stop in and see our distinctive line of the business meeting as

beautiful and economical greeting cards. plans were made for the an
nual Community Christmas ANDELECTRIC
Choose your favorite for personal or busi Party. The event Is plannedfor

ness greetings. $ December 21st with Mrs. SERVICE

Frank Clegg as program
t For Holiday Gifts we Suggest- chairman.

Informal Notes It was reported' that official FEEDERS REVERSE CYCLE
!t (Monogrammed or printed) f.i
contact was being made with AIR CONDITIONING
a Calling Cards (Engraved
) Santa Claus so that he would I

Personalized Matched Stationery (gift boxed) : be sure to pay a visit In flaw DUO -THERM HEATERS

Creek on that evening.Mrs. .
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE James Kendall was co- SALES INSTALLATION SERVICEOLD

hostess with Mrs. Sizemore In HAW CREEK lOAD

t Phone 4373282VV } serving a delicious refreshment PHONE 431.36984THE
course after the meetIng -
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---- COMMUNITY meet. at 7:. at the Masonic --Twit I.MM.I IT-t W..TIT
STUDENTS WORKING AT BHS AG PLOT Hall. lay S*..t. BvniwllHak "'......... Mi*.*T. .>.. HmrVMMM
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Monday. Dee 2: Piaffeunt r rwg.tr.A to rrv. a fill
nell AUpert. yo.r wyteba .. If aae.
I \ CoiiUBiMiM mert* at f' =
fa1The It .w tllt'ttc. tavASW
I> a m In the taMMl Cart Cur .1IItI1f. .... a4.lCUl r
........ will tit at t1Mwtty..
tloUSf' 8:00 PL m. lot the hMie WMf* SMIl.m.sad .. ... -n.tMI;;;
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( H V. ...,. 3M S. Pertytite. .ill'.*.11<1 w rli M f D.f.rp.c.ill .
Bunrwll CKy tI_hlHsn .umwilwill I.i..tMrwlM: ....
M meeting at T.39 M the .... t... t,....,....,...... yaw... ttw/M1WPin .....-
nrll City HalL Rlagl4r. Be.et Oar4.e CIW "'
A kattri $54 tMrat
(-0-) meet at 1:38: p. m. M HPiaaiM mt .... r-r.MV ... :Y..wrMr
VFW AuxUtery Bwete .t 8 BMW Mw>Wfl Hall %I. A. D IPERSONAL .....
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P m at the peat tome for their wftilar moHmr.ChriMmaa '...n )f. >s....ss01lMP11t
(-0-) durations will be ." .....
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Bunnel) High School Agriculture students, I to r. Philip .. _. ., .." ..
Ford. Steve McKrlvIn and Lee as..y w '
Harpr Larry Oodgcn are shown y4 Fyr
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working' In the school's agriculture plot. The students have several F.z./J .. itf :: t -t
varieties of vegetables planted as a part of the agriculture ; ,
program. In the background is the recently completed greenhouse Jti'I.... ,
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F. ALFORD \' .
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Former' Bunnellittes Joe and {
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Registered Betty White and children of ., .1--: i. w- w
Holly Hill. S. C. are expectedto
Real Estate Broker
arrive to spend the holl MONEY ORDERS
days in Bunnell with Mr. and arc
BunnclL Florida
Mrs Joe BrockTHANKS _
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Words cannot fully express my sincere and hum

ble appreciation to the voters and friends
many
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< who brought about my re-election to the House

of Representatives, Group 34, State of Florida. I
shall continue to strive to merit the confidence you .A'11t a small deposit \h..Jh '

have again placed in me.I .

will hold Christmas Layaway '
LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING FLAGLER j your

COUNTY IN THE FLORIDA

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nACLEB TRIBUNE THUB. NOVEMBER 38. 1- SWINE OWNEM u.u 17 InrltwUf ,In Block 7. ....... WI.." sad "'ouni.rwttrtU. -
L.Ita I thru 1 14 inrliMlt.. In Tk. MOM ...!_ ckiillk
r.ck .. LUi 4 thru 17w. Of Mf .*.. thaw m CMbl.tkon .
MitMTTSAVAfLABLC I.: lmqa 1 lnO. end ....... net a-
m..a&. M FW Mr.
r ... .. .... w.bjkt of MH Leeds
II. =e... .... .... *4lB *4 MI slowp.eeIOd shall
Limited moremeM $ dMIMV kl.. a .... be not tow tk.a l.,fiM a.vnd.
now being allowed by Ftar _55 .1 o.v.tsos .... TM ..., -rro. tb. rl.h(.
a.. of aWtkMi 12. TYVtaM.t. .. the /).*,.eI. W Ik. roiinttmny '
Ida .r.menu of Afrtevltur .... ia ....... iuw .. ro. /tr*. to ..|.rt any or all
d since :rmt Hog Cholera ..v4. by tB.. R.srdof bM and to walv any ....'....lIti l-
otttfetMfcs. Farm to Farm ..., .............n .. .. to bM rrlvMto
PIa"at7 IM ...... e to br FOB gJMnn..ll. in-
,
sr movement of feeder and January T. IM*. mmt )* *.. k-.tint ...,..1"""nlr oVllv.r\.
Curt IH Plat hook I al ..
allowed raff* Aatr

swine being
is
breeding 24<< and 34A In tit* .***. .* ...... at Bu ...1 rtc-,.... this.
by penal I permit a* ofTuecday. Ih* < irk fire ilth 4nv. of !!W........brr IM
November It. Court of 'IsM SiNI27. M OfWAKT .1.alrm. ,,n
Florida/ 14....... nf t'meaty '
Application for a permit TOt ARE RltQ1'IRir/ to .*nr. ............. .'., "...., 'ount'
be obtained from them jroiir Answer or Hlurtk ........
may :::N.f"
eoNfl.klt Or."ft.'E M JtOOf 1rk
ty Agent' ofBc The application i..Tnn'irrn ....,..)*. iSSf? \,,\ ;i. St. t M. acLwii4
mist ;h<- he forwardedto luum. BRA X ni' .h norutFtorlda
ara Mil ....o.... ......._. ...... AIilir.TlanMtlT4tush
StateVcvr.narian's oAre tlll. and M. tk. .H.- '- -
for a permit to move hog HM tkr*><>f In nSlii ot tS M..T FHH 11m.
.....v.. *ttld ('...rt us *rIk ...... H..tlMl bMii wIM b* ..*...>,lHi l\....l
for
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Call (Counin% -)" {( .. .
Ktk day of the "Wrv tk City 'lark of
t'--js and further mt. .rmatial. If v... fan to d D5.o.b.rt = thft>' of lt will h.. *......*.. acalKM yaIk '!*. *n ibr ''1.''- i"ntr BhilHli -
r.-llf dMnaMd ,. the ('..m2s1111) .. ... unto <4< t* |'. M .... tb.n WINS AWARD $ ,. ..f >....>."nb.... A. I> ISIS for
r ; at .* .*..11. rt.*... ;.A fi ,,f .*-..rk aM Jl" f*-t
: <"-nun? rtorMa. Ikto Ilk day of ..r t*-,,,.-,, H...f.....4 fnnrr'-t-
"i..v>mhr. A.> IHIM taw /'ufA5el (VMMw RubberI
Iii .n 'is StOODY.of ...V..|.
.. w '1..rk tk* IrcMlt ."..... 5I 1 Ph.e .....1 conform ,..
,,_ 41" .. r Finder' 1'ixiniy. Florida An1.SU..? ,,.. Inr'rlr.
r ___ f.*rnl ) .. to Iw 2,05 ......It. F1nr-
Hv Kathryn I. BHM>ry I-...
a. Ita-nwtv: i1.rkVo Tti"It*. I'....."'....... mart a
II. :i. Jl and n*.. i. 4k.Ifnill. the rlvht lit r..)...-| nny and nil
f 6rr .... and In arM the bM tbt
AIFI1TIalit/f\-T /wt.. 4cmnt wilt b.. fn r th'.
----- kt I"......... .f the t..y of Bun-
I l\ I HI %T' JIIM.tr* 11.1f T. sell

ri.tl.l.r'll: UI 'T' rMtlll.Hi WITXMW my haM and "", .'hl 1
.Mil tkto Ittb My of Sot.n'
Kll. \.. MM .*,. A. n. ,..*.
tJoIT'TI.I.'E. K J4't-1T- /.' <'. B. ............. Uaoiy
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PIl. .tTTI.'l"H'T \ot1I"I,
vll I I IN i ...rm ..r>- *,.1.) nt11IaraJ SEAM .

h i ? 1 h.. mult. .rutcfwd aa KltHIIi '. .."rIM II, fifnyth. M'H'"".
'. i I oiiil I ...I.. Ha ... Mpl*.*lllininlMrittlow It) I'l.rk
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h. Ikrivof aw.1h Xi>. 21 I*. :t'
y h d in ':,H| cart hi* Oral __ __ __Uu ____ __ _
"..I 11....1 report aM ptttlMi I.U %l. 0111 ':IITI"':"""i
:. r.., .j I,I.. h" "ar I ........""'" ........ -- -- -- -
'{ 4 I.. ,It rn .ho..M hf..i dsIy ...... ITIIF: 11)1 \T" Jl II"cnl ..:-.
v bb \ rtluiK I.MH.C ..f |MiMlratl0ah.wum liT lMI KIHI t'I.U.
thl. notlr. IM* k*.. i i-it: I of 'T' ." ..nUIII"Hnll'T. %. IMl. \
..''Iblt......<1mr a wk for boor) .:
..n.>. < um.. .>>.-k.. tk. ...... .fl ....
< >l.r.-t.l .if ..... report anal tit* IX RK 1I.r
rrf.., inu ..f dlvlrtMllkNI of MMtt. t1JuHn.: KLIIKXTMrTII r'ul"'STf
.... .. u III i'unto brfntv Ik* )>..........
TO TIJP OOOn FO'KS' J milt 1: TO < ...:111 rn".
Photo *? Thcj c !It In IN._M R M.... All er.d/tor. fit the ...c.!' of
A* KxM-Mlor <>f ..... petal. Rumple Rl .IIKRT IhjtiiVT AcaMl. .
OF FLAGLER! COUNTYMy Marcia Johnston a Juniorat KINK *, l> /I'1 KHl ore h.*r..by notlnVil milr .
Bunneli High School is presented >. I). Hu, SJ* ......*.<.t to Air any rUlm or <1.
for l.nyt..na Il.aeh .brides >an<. wblh they mN). h.v
sincere thanks and appreciation your the Curtis Circulation Attiirncyn for .t... a4<.nMt ..... rotate .In I.... offi. .
fine vote and support in my race to be your State Company Liberty Bell Award S...t Jl-M. I..>... I. '1. 4U flit ,two io">ty J..4..*- of PI..... i
-- --- I'oww4y. FlorM In thfour' .
Representative. It was an honor to carry Flagler hv Supervising Principal C. A.Motlriff. UfaL 11)5 in rin1M1T r1iy41 house .! ....*..*... "..,..... within .

County even though we were outvoted by a big llama received the -- r:>'rHralrfl lint -liti.n- / set, <-ftl'>'nrtnr. montnii from thdate -
i>f Ih. IIr.t puMi.itli ..r
Lake County in the final total I am particularly award the first to be given In tibia III ttflA .......h.... this, ..... itch ..(aim. or>n .
Flagler County schools for Ih.- intl..f tnc (ft> fork of must .b. In writing ntilNIOt
grateful to those of you who worked for me and thr Oty ..f llunnrll. PlorMw, In Mate the 1.\...... .,r ,. .1.i
actively helped me. having sold more than $250.- lb. Clr/. '>-ntr $ -1,1.ct-: or Vnc* ....! poot..n.f *44r..ii of
00 of subscriptions during the twforr 3* IM on day the plxlwiant and mu*t n* ..'.,rii
My congratulations to James A. CI Hon on of member. % l>. I"'. #otlr ae- to by the ilalmant. hl. nif.i"
hk victory and his clean and best erent BUS magazine (cam .tlmM f>lk Tir.I Bnrrrl of T,*>- or hi* ntlorm \. or H will. l" .
campaign, paign. I I'mrnl In ...k.... mwtlnirA. ...._ viiid ... i....Un. ... law
wihes to him as he represents district 33 for the H T. M. .|..-..'..<-allwnli..- Nn".-m.MT II I'..
.4 with llry t. job at City '. .:..>Mhth W ")..p"n.
next two years.Sincerely IN MEMORIAMIn of HwtMtrllIYIro NoII :1 :\ .nll |ir '.. lt
to tw K <>. H Nos1.. i1. --- -
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remembranee of DanielE. dot. _-
JACK BRYAN Sheultz who departed from JUchto bid IItMII ... nd.Ji........1 lTMK I fl. '\T' JlIMT. Itt.-'
thr .Hty ,'..>..*....to... f* Ik /''' l\ %MI MIH .'1. '''.
thi earth one year ago No. ..... 7M. ...._11. PVrM nWfc- I.r'H I Iii 'T' 'I..IItIIt' 1\

---- vemher 39. 1967 In Bunnell. wl HM. un Tip. I IVMtrnfTTti* "lIuH ITI:'
<%y < iunw'l..i<<>n..r. r-.r v. l-h.* %D. MITI.V
Florida. rl.nt to reins our and nil M... RK MTTATK OF
nanny: h n.| t to mrrryt tW M4 that In Its "*".HtLD F "> >Nlirrraood
>U'l._nl will .. for t.... ... 10.
BINGO We think of you In silencend trr.l of ih* NO :' make no outward show \\' my 1M nil a.... otH- Tn nil rrmlltiir and all pers..niwrlnlr "
lose ....1 M.| This in* bay of Xovrmhrr. i.lalm. or dmanl'
But what it meant to A r) IMA. M Ha I net said r.lal.
you no one will ever know. /., O. H Mt>. "'*..b. Mayor You. and arh of you uhrrbt -

TONIGHT ( ThanksgVing ) If step could be made from (tty*of ...._11. FlorMnSMI rrnt notified any lUlmo and and ro |demand Mlrd t>

heartaches 8IWI.ATTWKT.' wltkh you. or Hthr of you m.t
VETERANS too. hair ualat tb* resat.I'iI.1111.RN .- of
DISABLED AMERICAN Bv adding teardrops .
/0Pl.rbsra $nijthr Mteab.t'ity P 1 1IAPNiS, der..tlat.
We would build a stairwayto n.r" of Pla.lr <*oiMit '. Plurl'l .
heaven Xov tl. it. Me.LFGII. to the (booty JIMM of Ktaffl.roumy. ...
NEXT REGULAR BINGO at hi. ..0isin th
I And climb it every day for All' .:nTI..:".: T County TourtboiM* In Hunn. MrtacWr

December 5thM. "'<....it).. P9orMa. within
Thursday! you. Mi:.H K:"T .'./.. Hill. alt _n.h. from the dote of ar-'
Sadly missed by Nolle .. h.r.by "., that |(HHooixt > t>ubl....".n of Into MttireRath
I Molh<- Father, brothers of .*.unty .*_.....lonriif claIm or drnmivj mu.tIn I..
SPECIAL BINGO SAT. DEC. 7th-8 P. M. .> Plouler .'..unt,. Ptorl4 willrfrvlv wrlllnic sand nest latf th.
Gerard Hters
MI'w and -
OMilml bM. until P MA. place "f r*.Mn** wail pnvturtl-
J. c!..le. Lars Thfes, DenUe.mi M. Mon<..). .....MIM 2. tM.. ..<..,*.. of th* rlalmant an i inHMt
-- ---- -- -- In the .......- .., the O..rk of lhfrruit > b>> sworn. to by the rl,.1",
-- -- t and Mi4wlle.T'tANSFERED .'....r' 'In the I1ar4rti5Nty ant. hl. ..**... .>r h.. altorn
;; .. -v- \.! .w.-- "'..urtho ae. lh.n....... or It will br barred according t.
-e-- ..... Kh.rt = TO (>... nw Kubbrr Tired PI'oIt HATE OF KIH. T l.t'IILI"\ '
kted lt4r *-<.iiiBMl with' PestWheel Tills! Xoreiwhrr '.. .,...
v7 i -TIME '7.\'.TER REED I Mr.. Power fnlft Tr.r*.- /./ Dorothy <"K ron OorrA -
I I .......... and Tors.... t".rt": Bwutrl of the 1....'
57.ON "f.. :Ind Mr*. Joe Pairlsh of Hydrnlte .."...... $......... and XVIII and IWtaawfti ofP
<'' -:1.! 8Hd11f'ftlonday for '''' ... IT hal. II I'R .......... :. '.HAHI.'" ''11.\ItOS.
} ; Volt IHrrrt riertrlrAMomollc lit...."., iresa..d.
\'.' ,111.' Reed Hospital In Uft Kk k-4Hil ...! ht'YPI3TT1 RAHHT AND ..t-, :
SWOO-SO DAYS I. -id where Mrs. Parrish n...k*< r\Mtlo rr The Rwkt. NtH_rr f.Altornoyi Drl'fr4t'
VOtU.I MINIMUM Kofi b* of lit !....! I.'" (X.. for WiAdMr .....fk.
COUNTY AUTOMATICALLY :-i,I" ; h n iranafered from Bun- r a2 Opacity of th. Multl-lwr- **. IS* K ..t ......4a A "
[ H NATIONAL F.NCWABLE r' l ( ;.-nt ral I Hospital as a f*.. T,.rTb C..... o..... HBarh... ....)
Mcrhlno .h.ll .!... h,* 01'- PtorMa.
lira patient .............. with r>n BANK 0, '7-8217 175 W. Granada ............ >* ..... I'..... WtftII.
j /.PIltt. I It, .'"TI..I NFrt "
Ormond Beach. Florida
1SH.. ,,&lIlr t1.111r ..*. ...:...:......... .:\I.t1\IIITI ni:". _"MOr / II U.\" 1:.a 1055 AL!. t.tII':

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NEWS Mm. Fryman se creed :rfw h

rents to 11 ntmfc f* and one give you "on-the-spot"
guru Mrs. Lena Tar*
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fri SUNDAY SERVICE OF claims service
. Weekly SermonR. CHOiR HONOM STRIKER ,
DECEMBER 1. 1968
The Choir of the First .,.
Oliver I*. Taylor. Pastel Paul's advice to the EpfcesiaiM Hat Church of rtvufp., Beach

"Put the whole honored Judson with
BunneU First United on armour SlfyiMr ,
of God that ye may be a birthday serial Saturday.November .
Methodist Church aWe to stand" against the 23rd at the homeof
WITH THANKSGIVING AND wiles. of the devil" Chapter Mrs. Anita Hiwt. Flatter thrYou'll
6:11. to part of this week's" Beach.
do better to
PRAISE Christian Science Dtole Les- After enjoying a social hear

ThaltUtrivtne in America to MA-Sormofl. Titled "Aneient including birthday rake and leave onthespotwork
a day set aside to give thanks and Modern Necromancy, refreshments the choir presented favorite
to
unto God. However, this dy alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism SNyker with a gift. your SPOT
often time to only a secular Denounced: the Lessen- Mr. Stryker had been" choir director dry cleaner.

holiday. Pride can keep a person Sermon will be read lit all for a number of yean. Because"on-the-spot claims service for
from being truly thank vAfimpan Science churches'

ful. It is a pity that this throughout the world. BEACH BAPTISTS PLAN car insurance can mean thou are on the spotto
Thanksgiving can be" for Services and Sunday Schoolof claim
settle at somebodyelse's
many people a gluttonous affair faith from Psalm 42 i I. let CHRISTMAS MUSICALThe your
in which man praises. In this area are held at 11 price.
First Baptist Church of
himself.For a. m. In First Church of Fiagler Beach plans a Christmas If you want to get paid fairly as well as
us to be truly thankfulto Christ Scientist Ormond
God we all have to purge Beach 100 North Halifax Musical program to be fast, let us handle your insurance.
presented at 7 P. M.. Sunday
our hearts of prejudice, re<< Drive, and First Church of
December 15th. There will bean Well help you make a thorough assessment
sentment and fear. God has Christ Scientist Daytona
never promised that life will Bach 137 Live Oak Ave. opportunity hymn singing for congregational also. of damage, determine the full amountof
be but He has promisedthat Children to 20 are
easy up age
loss and then settlement of
The program Is being presented your speed
our lives can be in His lovingly welcomed to the
spirit. We ao! have to be Sunday School. Everyone Is the Fiagler by combined Beach churches.choirs of your claim. Which is just one reason why
really grateful) for our many welcome to attend these
Judson Srryker is director. people come to us for their car,home
blessings if we are" to know sen-kes. .
Because of this special Christ
the true spirit of Thanksgiv and business insurance.
mas the regular
program
ing.Christians today need to FRIENDLY CIRCLE monthly hymn sing will not This symbol is your assurance that wo

worship God with Thanks YULE PARTY be held In December are professional independent agents.

giving. This can only be done
when we approach God with PLANS MADEThe COLLEGE CHOIR

love in our hearts. "Enter his Friendly Circle of Bun-
AT FLAGLER BEACH FLAGLER COUNTY
gates with thanksgiving and nell First United Methodist
his courts with praise! Give Church will have a Christmas DECEMBER 13 INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.
thanks to him. bless his dinner-party Th-trsday. Dec. 1rClt r
name"! Psalms 100:4.: 19 at 7:00 p. m. at the Bunnell The Otterbeln College A Abstract Bldg.. E. Moodr Blvd. f 6ltf

Restaurant. Each member is Cappella Choir conducted bv BunntIL Fla 32010 Ph. 437-3171 ar
METHODIST to bring a Christmas gift to be Mr. Richard Chamberlain willprt"M'nt

FELLOWSHIP exchanged afterward at a a concert of sacred -- -- ---
party at the home of Mrs. music at Fiagler Bench United ,.
DINNER DEC. 1 Robert Cook on Magnolia Methodist Church at 7 30( .f
Members and friend of the Avenue Bunnell. P. M. on Friday. December 13
Flagler Beach United Methodist Mrs. Ray Mercer, president, under the auspice of 1'nited
Church are invited to attend presided during the meetinglast Methodist!! Church.
the Fellowship Dinner Wednesday evening at Recngniml both in the
Sunday Dec. 1 immediately the home of Mrs. Bill Fryman. United States and Europe as Jw1
following the 11:00 morning Anderson St.. Bunneil.Mrs. one" of the outstanding college
worship' service at the church. Robert Walters program choral ensembles In Americathe VA
Those planning to attendare chairman showed a Olterbein A Cappella P
asked to bring a dish. Plans were made for a through the mid-Kestern. sou
There will be an omdal "bake sale" Saturday. Dec. 21 them and eastern United
board meeting after the din at 9 a. m. In front of the Bun States and appears frequent!
ner. nell Post Office to brneftt the on radio, television. and asfeatured
-- performers w.th
symphony orchestras The

ATLANTIC HARDWARE current' concert season of hr
Choir Includes more than 33

& SUPPLY CO. INC. concert In Ohio Kentucky
Tennessee Georgia. Florida,
North Carolina and Virginia
9"x9" VINYL
In the summer of 19G6 the
FLOOR TILE Choir sane a series of concertsIn
France Germany Italy.
Regular $5.98 Box-Now $3.98 Austria and Czechoslovakia
to the highest critical! acclaimof

MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH both professional music
I ians and general public and .
PHONE 439.2303 Is scheduled for a series of return Finally.
engagements in the summer

of 1969. The choir has Now you con i A- .1 I ,u .dt did before ill 0VoAewog.n
made frequent broadcasts for
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I BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS the "Great Choirs of America" ......... :
series of the National Broad.
107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 casting Company. for the Ywp. W'v goiwIF4A4HWMOA and tart a 1trNlr-tstttosea-
BUNNELL FLORIDA -Protestant Hour", for the Mutual in a Voilsve< aBar.
Broadcasting Company, fri IK*. w pet rt .in two Vofti >.IM fet oneati

FREE ESTIMATESBAR The Armed Forces Radio Network **).The Foott.And S*.rheck.
and for Radio Diffusion- So nw you eo drive oywif i in Q YW wh
FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS Television Franca Ise. art.having to shift for yoM" 4f.fctt .

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS The choir is composed of S3 put tU l lever in 3. rWlwt everyone SIM@C

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS students chosen from the general I DRIVE I And dnv.. liV.yow wouid say rcgufcf

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving student body of the college c.,.
by competitive audition.Its Escort with our automatic yow'N .toy to ate
BATHROOM VANITIES-BREAKrAS-r BARS
is drawn from
repertory CM thing yon don' do w.th soas.oae elk's gioetsouer -
Laminated Plastic Upholstery; Fronts masterworks familiar and

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romantic and contemporary
Most orders filled within IS working days. Now Serving periods of musicHASTINGS .cowe you'd tMd 1M.lea often. On gallant
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rLAOLCR TMt9lfC TH9M.. NOVEMBER M. HMSPORTS BUNNELL 39CALLAHAN BASKETBALL
rinse who has been. Boning
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muddy again, and the .flaking M. Ml..P the laIC tau TW I UM b WB** 2 SEASON
would be ...... her luck te Mill holdPtoeence OPENS
accordingBavtt's lug. aeattajM HI a ........ 1MY>.....* took CfcBMsM -
Bttow fioh Camp chin Jet 1RW' kg II The Bunnell Gad fiajm un
( iia..tadmr weighing M lire 11
Even with all the. oafweather I oaa. Mid 11 trout AIM from score of ID to 20 in what WM derBudd.;, ISoltag.f egg
NOTES Truman >..-. St. Augustine wee DM fully supposed to have been a fearly .
game of the ....a* with a
owner of the camp liras had and .v ........... They evenly matched foaHme. win of 44 to 30 over Orange
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his hands full Fahlng ia .he had 12 bass to their credit Park School Saturday night.
FISHING LINE tea of .he camp has been Cam Willis :oak his wh. Bunrell took the lead In
and the flahanawnhave the ballgame and had The hove basketball team is
very ,good along fishing They also had a -
By Al :samba been at the camp In i2 ..... Own >n the surf the s 0a half-time. Many of Just .beginning real practice

Week red*.* HOT. ML MMBias's large number The trout are blues were in class as well aaHaas th second atftae paayvtl djarInf + since football' season dowel
ranting and good catches are and turn and this was the teetmi .half a* Bun lat Friday night The varsity 1//

> Fifei9 ResortTo being taken Herb Brown and too MMeh of a temptation even neil mai-talned a eomfortaCoadi team to coached by Coach
D. Rock.ell. St. Augoalne: for Jark so he went Bahing. hie a.M. Jack Hardta. The Jayvees' are
get a boat at Rings this coached
Coach Joe Kirk-
pact week you had to be tows had 7 trout, 9 baas and one .Jack> wife. Mary Jane. Jack Hall said The land. by

early, due to all the .....,- Bounder weighing 5' IB* toM us of Jr. Alderman a fewvests Nays JNS Had a will to win.
Firm aWiMMnl were I I.Jf'M And coming over from Mill beck when he was about Thai spirit was high. They The boys play their first
840H
Nipper and Jim Craig.Nipper creek was Ernie Milts. He had 4 )'IS. aid and fished from the played te win. And they did game F.iday December 6 as
had 14 heM. Jim had 16 bass. 9 trout. Bill Nix, dock t.-ith his lOc worth of win."' they open against Clay HighSchool
12 trout. Gainesville had over 18 Ibs shrimp. One day after lousing Larry Johnson scored three I at Green: Cove Springs
of drum. )lr. Eatman mentioned all .his hail, he tried draggingthe John Saturday night they go to
touchdown MeDeitiei.
Buzz Fay and Karl Fryer he had a fshernvln come hook along the bottom Pierson to play! Taylor High
Gainesville, brought In 5 to the camp for more bait He ;-nit 'oti guessed It he hocked Mil Harris Mark Strickland. School Th- first home gameis
trout 7 bM. 4 blues and some had at that time 13 bass a 4 tb. flounder So maybe the Nfl1 seated OM hMKhtlo't.t\. December 10th with St.
John Cook made three extra
croakers.' Our own Britt who
halt doom: count as long as Augustine
lives In the Hammock took Jack Genung's Fish Camp determination. point!
: HI have the
his friends out and landed :39Mues. Mrs Florence Eby St. Aug, Coach Hall comMi"ttd' -- -- --

Coming from the Jax the following seniors who
area were Eli Edwards his SENIORS RECEIVE RED SOX hue played good football: CLASSIFIED 1ADVERTISING
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catch 16 trout 23 bass. Sam .. -- ,.. Harv Buckles. hn John

Gancy. Jax. is a veteran of Taylor. John MeDanlel. James
Sings with 28 bass 15 trout Robertson Bill Harris. Mike

and 1 flounder weighing 7 Robinson Cliff Taylor, Buddy
Ibs. Another regular at the Moore. Larry Johnson. Tommy
camp, Mr. Lowe. Jax. with 7 Jefferson and Saul Irvln.
durm. 5 croakers. Mr. McWUI
lams brought his son along SEPTIC TANK cleaning drain

Their total was 15 sheepshead, BHS GIRLS fields Installed; Rota.Rott'r
snail shell Reasonable prices.
28 blues
Call George Jarosz. 437-3410
Finding time off from their WIN OPENERThe 8-1-U

guard duties at the state prison f Bunnell High Schoolgirls
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in Raiford werelohn Mack basketball team openedthe TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet -

and Charles Winer Betweenthe W season by defeating us help beautify Flagler
two they landed 10 trout Orange Park Raiders 4430. County. Large variety of evergreens
3 drum and 3 croakers. Manyof .fer a slow first half the palms hedge plants
the fishermen are trying a Bulldogs came back strong In 5!i miles S of Bunnell on
new bait and are doing fair the second half scoring 33 U. S 1. Feb. 15-tie
ly well with it. It is the trout wri'h..t. points to the Raiders 15 _
tout. It comes with a red or points. High scorer for the 1968 SINGER Guaranteed.Built .
yellow skirt. Bunnell five was Ruby Lon. in Zigzag Buttonholer

FlogUr Beach Pier don with 21 points. Fancy Stitch, etc .$16,00 cashor
Brenda Townsend's out 9 payments of $6.00 per
Over on the pier many of standing Job of defense and month. For more Informationcall
the fishermen braved the cold rebounding was one of the collect to Deland. 9:00: to
and windy weather and highlights of the game. 5:00 p. m. call 7340018.
brought In good catches of will be Nov. 14 TFC
.. by lh-a ....In The girls next game
blues bass and a few Span. BUS football coach Jack Hall presented each senior on the with Clay High at Green ---
ish Mackerel. The whiting ran Fri Cove Springs Dec 6 at 5 p. m. NEEDET>-Reliable Baby Sitter
varsity team with a pair of red socks at a special program
good for a few days with to sit in home during
Gay High girls have been undefeated my
day. Hall, who Is seldom seen without his "red socks", receivedhis
catches taken. The-
large being
for the three day. Tel. 437-3944. Call after
past
first of socks from his college football coach has continued
water would muddy for a few pair 5 p. m. Nov. 21-23 2tc
days then clear up, then the tradition with his players. years.

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care for Invalid man not over
could add hobby Wherever you go you go Under the rugged chassis. 3 hours daily. Phone 4&-2229:
hauler to the list Chevy in style. Sleek front end features coil springs take care of mornings and evenings.Nov. .

.trucks are great for rock a new aluminum grille.In bumps. Inside thick foam 28. lie
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. versatile as anything on the Great under the hood power steering and air con- m Vacant lots and aaf'arefor

road. Or off. Especially, too. Six or V8. Standard on ditioning. See your Chevrolet sale. Free appraisals given.
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