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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00464
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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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VOI. 56 NO. 50 THURSDAY DECEMBER 5. 1968


COLLEGE CHOIR TO PRESENT PROGRAM
COUNTY BOARD

REOUESTS ANNUAL

AUTO INSPECTIONSThe tttt

Board of County Com
I mlMkHvers went on record at
their regular meeting Monday .
nerving' to request the State
I Legislature to revise the motor s '
vehicle inspection laws to <<
require only one inspection a a1


vear.They further requested that

the Legislature assume the
budget deficiency that ,,'OuldI'ftUIt I
from the... of revenueto
be caused by once a year
inspections rather than twicea

year as was anticipatedwhen
the county invested its
money in the inspection station
and equipment.Four .

bids were received fora
front-end loader ranging '
from State Tractor bid (Inter {
national>)> for 17219.76 to
Ring Power bid (Caterpillar
for 2121600. Motions were
made to accept various bids
but none carried. It was then

decided to reject all bids. The Otterbeln College A Cappella Choir will present a concert of sacred music at Flagler

The hearing on the closing Beach United Methodist Church at 7:30: p. m. Friday. December 13. The 52 student choir is
of the road thru Mrs. Maudrey under the direction of Richard Chamberlain.
Atkinson's property was postponed
one month due to the
fact that the property might SENATOR WILLIAMS ELECTION SUITREHEARING CLAUDE PELLICER

be sold VISITS FLAGLERState PASSED AWAYSATURDAY.
County Attorney Leland
Shaw recommended to the Senator Jim Williams IS REOUESTED NOV. 30
that they issue specific Ocala visited In Flagler
Board Shelton Barber, through his Claude J. Pelllcer' Sr., 51,
instructions to all county vehicle County last Tuesday. He was
attorney. Henry Duffetr; has lifelong resident of Flagler
and sheriffsdepartment the luncheon guest of Bunnell
operators filed for a rehearing on the County, passed away Saturday
chat all Lions Club.
requiring decision of Circuit Judge Sam Nov 30 at Bunnell General 10."I
accidents involving a county During the afternoon he Smith to throw out the suit Hospital after a lengthy
motor vehicle be reported In went on the Farm-City Tourto against George M. Moody, illness.
writing Immediately. see firsthand the pulp.
Clerk of Court the Flag
and He was a farmer and a veteran -
Shaw stated that the Insurance wood, timber and lumber operations let Canvasslng80ard. of WWII. He'
was a
company covering the In Flagler County. Judge Smith had ruled that member of Veterans of 'For
In which a deputy He attended the flshfry at
vehicle the case was dosed and could eign Wars Post 5213.
i sheriff had an accident on Rayonler Headquarters. not be reopened. The present
h Highway AlA had Informedthe Senator Williams told The action Is a request that he Survivors Include a son,
Claude J. Pellicer Jr. Bunnell
county they might not assume Tribune he was quite pleased reconsider his decision. If he :
in this case because his mother Mrs. Marie Pelll
liability with committee assignmentsin declines, the only other action
the accident was not reported the new Senate. lie has open to the plaintiff Is to appeal cer, Bunnell; three sisters.
Mrs. Beatrice Cockrell Bun
as required In the pol been appointed to the Education the decision of the circuit '
Committee and is chair judge to a higher court. nell; Mrs. Peggy Salyerdsand 1
Mrs. Louise both
icy.A Hatcher,
motion presented by Commissioner man of the sub-committee on
Alfred Tucker and Junior Colleges. of Daytona Beach; four brothers
MAJOR REYNOLDS J. B., Melton, and Hubert
seconded by CommissionerLouis lie was, also assigned to all of Bunnell; and Herschel
Stefllk requiring that the Conservation Committee. WOUNDEDAT
Daytona Beach; and It''eralnlf''f'l
all accidents be reported immediately Conservation was one of the and
nephews.
to the vjunty at- main planks In Senator Will- VIETNAMUS Funeral services were held

oroey for proper handling was lams' campaign. Marine Major Angus S. Monday afternoon at 2:00: at

t carried unanimously. Senator Williams stated Reynolds. Jr. was Injured Bunnell United M thodistOIul't'h.The
A letter from Bunnell Timber that he would contact the October 22 at Quang Tri Prov Rev. Oliver Tay
I Company was read to the three state representativesfrom ince. Republic of Vietnam. lot pastor officiated Military
,, Board stating that they had the district, including According to word receivedby graveside services were conducted
completed all timber cuttingat Flagler, In hopes of setting upa his sister, Mrs. GeorgeReed by VFW Post 5213. Interment .
the county airport. plan for consideration of local of Flagler Beach, Major was at Pelllcer Creek
Grocery bid for Decemberwas legislation. Reynolds sustained fragmentation Cemetery
awarded to Brannam'sIGA. lie said he would like to wounds to the right Active pall-bearers were
>'o other bids were re hold public hearings on any shoulder, right side of the Jimmy Fields Clifford Hig
ceived. local legislation proposed so chest right diaphragm and glnbotham. Cordell Robertson.
that the public would know right lobe of the liver, from J. W Medders Walton Kin- .
what legislation Is proposedand hostile artillery fire. ney and James Minchew Honorary -
BEACH RESIDENT the legislative delegation" He received treatment pallbearers were Harold

DIED UNEXPECTEDLY would know how the public aboard the US Naval Hospital Ramsey Otis Hunter. Harold
felt USS Sanctuary and has been Hlgglnbotham, Lloyd Robert :
FRIDAY MORNING transferred to the US Army on. Jimmy Crews, Cliff Shef.
Hospital at Camp Kue. Okinawa field. Don Moofe. Emmett
,
P. Oswald. Sr 67.Flagler .
Harry
RECREATION Ills address Is: Harry Atkinson.
Beach died unexpectedly -
Maj. A. S. Reynolds, Jr Tommy Bertha and Sam
morning. BOARD PUBLIC
Friday Patient Ward 3 South Broadawrv
He was born in New Jersey MEETING DEC: 9 US Army Medical Center Craig Funeral Home Bun
and had lived at Flagler APO San Francisco 9331. nell was in charge.
Beach one year, moving there The Flagler County Recre- Major Reynolds, son of the
sHort Board will
from Winter Park Florida. Advisory late Angus S. Reynolds, Sr. of
He U survived by his wife. have a public meeting: Monday Flagler< Beach, Is serving his METTS PURCHASES
I Dec 9 at 8 p. m at the"
Mary, Flagler Beach and a third tour in Vietnam and has \
Flagler Beach Municipal Recreation BUNNELL THR1FTWAY
I son. Harry Oswald. Jr., Newark HalLPurpose been wounded three times.
I N. J.Funeral. Dewayne D. Yetis purchased
of the meeting Is to Metts
services were Monday Thriftway from
I at Garden Chapel Home discuss the areas recreational TIDE TABLETides Clegg It Associates, Inc. onDecember
facilities and hear .
to
requestsThe 1st. lie Mill lease
For Funerals at Orlando. For Dec. 5-11 I
board is hold
required to
, Craig Funeral Home. Bun. HIGH LOW the building from Clegg ft As.
2 public meetings annually.
soda tf'S.
I nell was In charge of local Day or. P.1t A.L P.1t
arrangements. The six member committee, Metts sold his Interest in
j 5 8:30 8:48: 1:48 2:36
which recommends the
to the local corporation He was
6 9:12 9:201 2:2-1 3:12
commission how the :
I county vice president and general
VFW BAKE SALE recreation' monies shall be expended 1 9:48 10:00 3:00 3:48 manager of the three food
I received approval 8 10:24 10:42 3:42 4:30 stores.
SATURDAY A. H. from the commission to reserve 9 11:00 11U 4:18 5:06
I of allotment 10 11:42 11:59 5:00 5:5-1
of Wars -1500, the $6000
Veterans Foreign The Flagler
for recreation for 11 12:06: 12:2-1 5s.I 6:06 County Composite
a
Auxiliary will have a Bake Squadron of the Civil Air
Sale Saturday morning at major project to provide re- Patrol joins more than 2,300
I
9:00 In front of the Bunnell creation for all residents. 16 SHOPPING CAP units throughout the

Post Office. Board Chairman Mrs. Mike DAYS TILCHRISTMAS United States to observe the
J Assorted homebaked goods Stefllk urges all those Inter. 27th Anniversary of Civil Air
I will be sold ested to attend. Patrol on December 1st
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REPORTWe

have just combined our flnt<< year M edM r a4 publisher 2 DRAWINGS 2 ................_...._... ..___._..__...._.........._... ..
We feel that sfeeuM Mete SUNBEAM TOASTER
of The Ftaffer TrtfeH we same
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of eur experiences dwtng the Ant year. 20 PC. DINNERWARE

Befere we bought The Flat!er Tribune we went to Mr. M. B.
Fuller to ask M* advlee."There U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

is net much prospect of making a lot of money", Mr.
Fuller said, "But you can achieve a lot of sM4sf* etien".
ROAST lbm 4S
There has been a lot of satisfaction. We have been quite
pleasantly surprised at the many favorable responses to our
editorials. Really we had planned to write them far a month or
two and then taper off. But the response' has Indicated thata u. s. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

weekly editorial now an expected feature.

We have indeed been gratified and humbled by the nice STEAK Ib 5S
things our readers have said about our editorials. On the on
"poverty" we had more than seventy responses. Some of our
editorial material has been used by other newspapers. One editorial
was reproduced in a church bulletin in central Florida. Choice JuicyCUBE

We had many letters from out of state readers any many

servicemen. We are always appreciative of their nice comments.It STEAK lbM 9S
Is always a pleasure to have servicemen' call upon us when

they come home on leave..

In fact we just enjoy our contacts with people. We enjoy

worthwhile working with projects.Some people. In our efforts to assist in the promotion of Lean Western (CENTER CUT) Small Meaty (WESTERN)

of our Ideas and recommendations have not caught PORK CHOPS SPARE RIBS
tire; but. at least, they have not been rejected. Our real desireis
to to promote Flagler County and make it an even better place "" 68C '" sse


live.We really believe' that Flagler County is on the verge of v ww
considerable growth and change. We can see greater need to a Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2IA.2 lb. A.,.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

united effort by businessmen, civic organizations and official
commissions to see that we do not "muff" our opportunities.

Probably the biggest thing that happened to us during the No Whole lb. 2S
past year was moving Into a new home.

We purchased the office and shop building formerly occupied
by Bunnell Timber Company. We remodeled It to fit our

newspaper needs. Our office Is spacious and comfortable.The e a
shop Is a pleasure to work In. We have added a cameraroom Streak O'LeanWHlTEBACON' G. C's OWN "OVEN READY"

which we use for our offset printing. We concluded our first 'lb.
MEAT
SSe LOAFS: T9,
year In operation by completing our offset printing process for
commercial printing last week. .

We plan an open house soon and Invite you to come and see Van Camp's No. 300 Can ft i

how your newspaper is made. PORK BEANS For CARNATIONEVAPORATED
2 29c
Really, it has been a great year, this our first year. We appreciate A ND

you our readers and advertisers and newsmakers for a O'Sage No. 2/, Can MILK

very pleasant and successful year. Each
PEACHES
We look forward to the next one. 29c Tall $-tfOO
7
John A. Clegc Lara Lynn MARSHMALLOW Cans JL

Chicago "Mr. Psychic" pre PIES % 33c Limit 7 with $5.00 or more food order
I dicted there would be no recession
Too Late in 19G& He said thegreatest Ra*'. 15 oz. Can
problem would be' In.

To Classify flation.the He tight successfully money market predicted DOG FOOD 12 For $100 PilltbUry's (Sweet or Buttermilk)

Russell Km rising Interest rates and Aurora ( Pkg.)
y both U. S. and Russian internal ""/ tti BISCUITS

Is it possible to prophesy rapid problems.esculatlon He of foresaw military the TISSUE IS
far in advance of theiroccurrence
events activity In Vietnam and Amttr.It"a' 8 oz
? Can seers who '
world wide denunciationas 4 Cans 35'
the future really see
predict a result. He also predictedthe MAXWELL HOUSE
what will actually happen
of influenza that
new type
Are such predictions lucky would strike the U. S. this COFFEE
guesses or the result" of an unusual
coming from Hong Kong.
year
gift? FROZEN FOODSHandy -
He also predicted that the
While all predictions have Republicans would win the 2: & 43c
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not panned out. enough haveto election. Pac 2 lb. Pk,.
give us cause for serious Malva Dee Canada's seer- *
thought. The current issue of era, foresaw the return to power Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FRENCH FRIES 35c
Fate Magazine features an of the Liberal Party In
article by Brad Steiger and Canada. She also predictedthe Morton's (Pkg. of IS)
Warren Smith entitled "}low retirement of President FRESH PRODUCE Each
the Seers Scored in 1968" that Johnson, as occurring this DONUTS 35c
Indicates there is more to the year and saw the march of Firm Ripe
question than meets the eye poor people on Washington.She .
or ear. predicted the loss of an TOMATOES "' ".
2 49C
Best known among present American submarine although BAKE RITE'
day seers is probably Jeane she did not mention tht'"ScorpIon" Crisp ICEBERG
Dixon of Washington. D. c., .
who predicted the assassination Edgar Casey foresaw the return LETTUCE For
of both President and of the lost continent of 2 49c 3 i39"
Senator Kennedy along with Atlantis to the Atlantic with
many others that actuallycame great tidal waves and volcan Yellow CookingONIONS
true. Ie eruptions that would do "'
tremendous damage to our 3 29c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
The late Edgar Casey appeared
to have the gift of eastern seaboard.I .
could: sleep a lot better If
prophecy and many of the
so many of these predictionshad
events he foresaw have actually
not already come true.
occurred. Irene Hughes
has had enough of her prophesies
come true to make us BIRTHDAY DATA
sit up and take notice, as have Happy birthday this week to:
, those of a number of lesser Today: Joann B. Crews
known seers here and abroad.R. Saturday: Anthony Will-
C. (Doc) Anderson, the lams. Donna Kaufman. Mil
Georgia seer, predicted the Sunday: Johnny Vogel Betty .
slaying of Martin Luther Miller.
King as well as that of Senator Monday: Miriam Slaugh.
Kennedy. However his Joe \\TiltesJdes Bobby Ander. I ( Phone 437 J227
prediction that George Wallace OPEN SUNDAYS I -
would win the presidential son.Tuesday: Vicki Moore Phil. 8:00 a.m.-loo p.m. I U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
election was a clean miss. ip Lee Lorraine Wilson.
Clifford Matthew Royce, the Wednesday: Ruth S. Shultz Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good December 5. 6, 7, 8, and 9, 1968'tcoie


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HOME DRUG SAFETY first consulting a physicianH 3-UK rxjuuxR: TINE THBRS. DECEMSER s. M&I

then iMtsd dull MM.l4Htt7IEW tlflcate ofGOMPUCTBS eosiPledoa ham
BY .
OFFERED
TIPS
I medicine cabinet' be instwcted
every OO9MC the PBX course offered t.yMrs.
; CALENDAR HEALTH DEPT. and .*. owned. Lorraine W Minehew DBJ"s..... of apstttd
be thrown wst. ....nrisl of .
Bimnell has rr-rivod! a oar' srisnox.PtftOflAHoppyFflfi.
n Concerned that many families .ly these prescribed for ..peele --- -- .
may not be following $ illiiiMis wMttt have been
sale practice In storing a4 rw.d. Drugs nkajr bs itiHiHof T !
using ....... Dr..1. C. ........ ft* IsisfcHsg mqasjiurn thetattst.
Thursday: Flagirr Bsocfc Jr. of the Flagler County bon hi ass .* sfceuldtlwy
City Curraisdaa at HsttMi Department outlined be pot out Into the ms*. }
7:. p, aL wmstIag w.srsl basic ............ .. he said Also, empty drug estitiisws .
Unproved home drug safety should not be dtseard
<< ..
He cautioned that manyVfHsfft ... whew inquisitive childrenor
........ kM 8...... Me& ( AIM medicines IW pets can ft into them.
will meet a* 8 m. at the E'-
p. and &
in
potency time may Dr. Brooks utfsd are residmts
band .....
..... .
urea' becsme da". hy to check' their home
Baytion Sisat ?seep 4t togirisr amounts could invite trouble, r* ulariy In the ........ @osthous .
mHttc he said and urged that tHe MMMtt storinff. .handling
<1<..I I8atem dale pttwwmjo. vC written on and disposing of dews can be ht ,'
the label of all non prescription answered' by the prescribing
>! Star 0-.1 JoMpeoc-
a-t 8 p. m. dfUfls. He explained. that physician a registered pharmacist. .
they eaR be regularly cheeked the Prism Control
<<+. for age along with all pfestriptten Center at State BeArd of
Friday: IhHMwtI Bet aMI hems which by law Health. JieltonYItie. Florida.
I Girls basketball teams play are" dated. and by your .health depart
Clay I+&tIl away. Dr. Brooks emphasised that merit. WHh the safety of all
4-0-1 medicines and drugs should In mind, we will cooperate in
Sunday: KeFeM qty be kept away from children every way with our cit fons
: Club will meet' at 3 p. m. at always." and strongly recem- in helping them establish
I at St Marys Church HatL mended' that all wen Kerns safe < I Christmas party plans will becompleted. be stored out of their reach their homes Dr., Brooks con
even under lock and key if cluded.
: < -o-> necessary. He pointed eMit too Area residents may call the r"M
the Importance of keeping' health department at 437-
Monday: Flagler County
drugs In original containers. 3113 for further Information.TAX .
Recreation Advisory Council
This practice prevents a drug
public meeting at 8 p. m. at
from being mistaken for
I ASSESSOR
the Flagler Beach Municipal
another medicine which
may }
Recreation Hall.
resemble It. -If a la should DON MOORE
<(<'o-l "
come off the doctor said.
I The Korona Civic Club meeting -stick It on with transparenttape ATTENDS SEMINAR '
'fI/f '1 r.
t at 8 p. m. at the White and don't rely on color Flagler County Tax Assessor ..
SHINING. CLEAR FACES begin with clean clear skin. To In-
Eagle at Korona.0. type of bottle, shape of pill.etc ,
Donald R. Moore attended the
for Identification. sure complete cleansing Pacquin skin can specialist say that it's
(- ) third annual Comptroller's vital to remote every trace of po r.- grin *ad stubborn
VFW meeting at 8 p. m. at "When giving and taking Seminar for Tax Assessors make-up. On new method is a Rinse On cold cream that washes
t the post home West' Moody medicines" Dr. Brooks cautioned Dee 2.4 In Tallahassee.Six away with plain vster. This new Tsequia facial aid benefits dry
Blvd.. Bunnell. "keep your mind on skins, sine it is not tightening like soap. Oily skin types can also
what you are doing." He nationally known property UM it. because the cleanser is not greasy or sticky. Equally fine asa
<(<.0.) assessors were Instructorsat and base Rinss Off cold lyracquia
warned against using medicine night cream make-up new cream
Tuesday: Bunnell Lions the seminar. is priced from about 59*locally.
Club meets at 12:15: for a In an unlabeled contain.
luncheon-meeting- at the Bun. er. against using medicine
nell Civic Center. whose<< label cannot be clearly

<(<-0-) read and against trying to ..
Order of Eastern Star will use a drug In the dark. He
meet at 8 p. m. then added "Satisfy yourself ,
( -0Wednesday -) every time that you have the
: Flagler Worn. medicine and the dosage prescribed .
an's Club meeting at 2 p. m. by the doctor and that
at the clubhouse. Hostessesare you know directions for use There's no match for
Mrs. Frank Brede and Mrs.E. before you take or administerIt.

Schmidt. (-0-) ."Dr. Brooks also warned electric giving !

The Country Club will meet against the practice of using
at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. medicine prescribed for one
I Robert Bertha, Bimlnl. person on another without

Electric gifts are packed with lasting

power to please. You'll find dozensof

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FLACLER TRIBUNE THUHS.. DECEMBER S. IMC M'DANIEL BElL EA TERM STARHTK3AL HOUBAY BBfKC GEm

-- VOWS ( IfWECTJOWTemeirr Dinner greets at the Asian
AND BANQUET SPEAKERS WEDDING
C OF C OFFICERS Cook Tts.whagiMag were
I t. M.O4r .
EXCHANGEDArrangement Mr. and Mm Esmond 5r.n.id. .

of wMte hM- Batter Star Qiiftif .. 0rIIMIMI Bea; Mrs.Willie. .
9t will have ....11 ImpmiinThw lit....1Mst. Leath hilt:
al ........ adotm the altos
iI*y (tenitafatt, a* 8 f. M.at Mrs. Eton OM'". ...... HI.; I
at 9t Peter's Catholte OHM**, \
Deland. PYMay afternoon for the Masonic ... Miss Wary Cook CMcftap. III.,
C..n4 CeRjuctI\AC VkginIe and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cask
he chmbhring we ,r.nI uniting Wary Kalhertne Ml Dome of Orlando will be bi and daughters Lea and Tracy

and "..... Oliver )koIM.... cHarne.Sirs of Daytona Beach.

The Rev. Father F G. Cwwoliy .I.I -
I performed" the 3 p. m service s. H. Cameron t+eturned WEEKEND GUESTS
holM T..y from" 0ritfI. I
with Mrs. Anne Livingston
nI 1cy furnishing the nuptial de where she visited liNt Weekend housogumts of Mr.
and Mts. Harry Atkinson were
week with friends.
musfe. The bride .is the daughter
Mr. and Mrs. George, WeartfcerIy :w
of Mr and Mrs. Robert
I and daughter Barbara of f
Emerson Bell E. St'W.erk Those from DunneI spending f

Ave.. Deland. and the bridegroom's the Thanksgiving hell- Jacksonville. .
Mr. andMrs. days at the Bunnell Camp in Saturday the foursome attended I
IN"ar
the Ocala National Forest the Florida-Mlami
Robert Franklin MeDanlei. J
Flagler Beach. were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen football game at Gainesville.

and Delores; Mr. and Mrs.
The bride, who was escortedto t
Curtis Deen and Minnie and THANKSGIVING' VISITORS :
the altar and given In marriage
Flaglcr County Chamber of Commerce President Lewis Mrs. Susan Brown; Mr. and
her father wore a J
by Curtis and Naomi
Wadsworth., second from left, presided at the annual installs Mrs. Tommy Bertha and Rodgershad
formal of white silk Thanksgiving I
dinner
gown as guests
tion-banquet at Flagler Beach last week Pictured with Wads- children; Mrs. Robert Bertha;
peau de sole, featuring Mandarin Mr. and Mrs. Richard
worth are 1 to r. Dr. John Canakarls, C of C. vice president; neckline and long Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hawkins Hosford and Mr. and Mrs. !

guest speakers Al Wright Florida Power & Light Co vice president tapering sleeves. The Empire and daughters; Mrs. Lloyd CUmmings of Lake I

; Robert Burnt, Marco Polo Park executive director: and bodice was accented with ap Irma Decker and grandson Placid; Jerry Hosford and t'

Jack White Marco Polo Park president; and Tom Lenssen C. of pliques of imported Chantillylace Sammy Bertha. sons, Pat, Mike Gerald and

C. treasurer and seed pearls, with the Carol Fryman, a student at Richard of Orlando and Mrs.

-- -- chapel length train attachedat Jones Business College Jacksonville G. J. Hosford of Bunnell.
THANKSGIVING BASKET the waistline also enhanced
spent the holiday vacation
with lace and pearls. For her"
in Bunnell with her RETURNS TO W. VA.
headdress the bride chose a
parents Bill and Frances Fry.
full chapel length Mantilla of man. Barry McCauley left Saturday

Imported silk illusion and to return to his home In

Chantilly lace, which was West Virginia after visiting
caught by a standing headpiece Dinner guests of Mr. and at Flagler Beach two weeks

of Chantilly lace and Mrs. Lewis Wadsworth at the with his US Navy buddy, Bebe

yr w. .. Yr seed pearls. In addition to her "Princess Place" Thanksgiving Moody.
were Rev. and Mrs.
which
bridal bouquet was acascade
Charles Anders Dr. and Mrs.
4dr of stephanotis and Reddin Britt and Mr. and Mrs. DINNER' GUESTS
the bridecanted
gypsophila strand
a wedding ring belonging Lew Wadsworth and son. AT STEPLIKS I

to her paternal great
F grandmother and a IIntnhanktn"hif'f. Mr. and Mrs. James Craig Thanksgiving! dinner guestsof
ea visited In Belle Glade Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Steflik '
belonging to her
giving with Mr. and Mrs. at their Flagler Beach home
.4 maternal great grandmother.Miss
Billy Deen and daughters. were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sch-
Sharon Hunter Wash- warzbeck of Port Orange; Mr.

+IR ys tngon, D. C. formerly of De- David Brown of Hallandale and Mrs. II. J. Engle; Mrs.
Land and Miss Regina Riper
warzbeck and
spent the Thanksgiving holl- Dorothy
DeLand. attended the bride as. days In Bunnell with his par. daughter Joan and Dr. Will-
maid of honor and bridesmaid
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Dale lam Deans and children Kim
respectively They woreformal and Billy all of Daytona
Photo br Thoa CTrl thin Brown. Jr.
blue
gowns of royal
III Y members 1 to r, Helene Bryan Carol Townsend, Beach.
silk peau de aol with scooped
Gwen King, Elaine Murray and Karen Clegs assisted with a necklines and elbow length BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT' :

Thanksgiving Basket being prepared for a needy family. sleeves." The Empire waistlines THANKSGIVING' GUESTSMr. I

_. JUUE DIANE HALL
--- -- of the
were accented -
gowns and Mrs. C. O. Magee.
Visiting at the L. L Harris IDLEWooD YULE with rosettes and featured Mr. and Mrs. James Hall Flagler Beach, had as Thanksgiving

home in Bunnell Thanksgiving PARTY DECo 21 watteau trains. Tiny Deen Road. Bunnell. are parents dinner guests Mr. and

were Mrs. Harris' brother Dior bows enhanced with of a seven pound one Mrs. Ike Vaughn. Jacksonville .

and sister in law. Mr. and The Idlewood Club Christ. dainty circlets of matching ounce daughter born Monday ; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde

Mrs. Solon Harrelson and mas party, for members and silk Illusion were worn as Dec 2 at 10:36 a. m. at Bun. Vaughn. Umatilla; Mr. and

daughter Beth of Lakeland.Mr. husbands, has been set for headdresses and they carried nell General Hospital Mrs. Charles Riddell and Mr.

Saturday Dec. 21 at the homeof colonial bouquets of pink carnations and Mrs. Duane Deen of

and Mrs. Vernon Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Martin Me- and gypsophila. JOHN DUANE ELLIS Bunnell.

Mrs. Caroline Sterry, Daniel 511 N. Pint St.. Bun. Arthur 11. McDantel. Flag.

Mrs. George Carter and Mrs. nell. let Beach attended his brother Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis of Margaret Ann Shelton and

Donald Hicks all of Flagler as best man and serving as Orlando are the proud parents children of Ocala spent the-

Beach spent Thanksgiving Mrs. Bra Walters former ushers were Erick Kuleskl. of a seven pound six ounce weekend" at Flagler Beach

day at Clearwater with Mr. Bunnell resident now livingin Robert Moody and John D. son born Thursday Nov. 28 at with her parents Eddie and

and Mrs. Kenneth Raymond. Century. Florida, visited McDaniel brother of the an Orlando hospital.Mr. Babe Irwin and visited In

here during the holiday weekend bridegroom all of Flagier and Mrs. Walter Morris. Bunnell with Bo and Bette

with her son and daughter Beach and Richard McDaniel. Bunnell. are the maternal McDaniel.
BEACH GUESTS In law. Robert and Beth Birmingham Ala. grandparents.

Dinner the Walters and son Robbie. Weekend houseguests of Mr.
guests at Henry The reception took place In
Shill home at Flagler Beach R. Peter's" Parish Hall where CHRISTIE HOLLYYELVINGTON and Mrs. Dick Cody at Haw
Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight spent the bride's table was skirtedin Creek were her mother and

Mrs. Danny Frailey of Darlen. Thanksgiving In South Daytona bridal satin overlaid with sister, Mrs. Beulah Griffin of
Ga. and Miss Elaine Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville and Mrs. Betty
Fraileyof Irish linen cloth and centered
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yel
Bobby French and children. .
of
Beach. Hardin Macclenny.Sylvia.
Daytona with a silver epergne containing vington, formerly of Bunnellnow
The Fraileys also visited white candles, pink carnations
living In Seville, are thpart"'fttl
VISIT 'ARENTSBuddy
and John
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. and baby's breath. Candy
of a daughter, Christie
Lee Bourne and family at and Shirley Chambers Wadsworth of Jesup, Ga. spent
The three-tier wedding cake, Holly born Monday Nov.
.
Flagler Beach. spent the holiday weekend the weekend in Bunnell visiting
In St. Petersburg visitingher which was decorated with 25 at Halifax Hospital in Daytona their grandmother. Mrs.
doves, was, placed' on a separate Beach.
HOME FOR HOLIDAYS parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Daisy Buckles.
B. Stickney.Ilouseguests. round table skirted and She weighed seven pounds-

Brenda Murray student at overlaid with silk organza. three ounces at birth. Duane and Luellen Deep

Berry College Rome Ga. of Mr. and Hostesses were Karen Duff. spent the weekend In Miami

spent the Thanksgiving holidays Mrs. Peter Barzelogna. Bun. Daytona Beach; Sharon Thorn. HEATHER MOODYMr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. June
DeLand and Mrs.
hurst.
at home with her parents hell are their son and daughter James Thomuson. Orlando. and Mrs. Miles Moodyof Deen.

Mr. and Mrs. Remly In law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Atlanta Ga. announce the
The Bride's Book was kept by
Murray. and birth of Jimmy and Mary Snyder
Wayne Barzelogna Miss Cindy Lou Quick. Background a daughter Heather
daughters Jacque and Kristl music born Sunday, Dec 1 at 6:02 p. have returned to their homeat
was played by
Lynn of Port Huron. Mich. m. at an Atlanta hospital.She St. Johns Park after a tripto
David Benson at the piano
HOSPITAL NOTES Pennsylvania where theywere
weighed eight pounds,
during the hours of the recep
due the Illnessof
called to
Admitted: Myrtle Streeter. HOME FROM JAX two and one half ounces at
Jimmy's sister.
tion.Out
Flagler Beach; Rose Dora Mrs. Harry McKenney returned of town guests at the birth.

Flagler Beach; Lottie Stover home last week' from wedding were Mr. and Mrs.

Flagler Beach; Leona Hanna Jacksonville where she stayed Richard McDaniel and children "

Flagler Beach; Donna Akins several days with her brother. and Harry McDaniel. all

Flagler Beach; Clara Schloss- Ross Newsom who was a patient from Birmingham, Ala., and HART
er Bunnell: Bertha Minchew, in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Dyke

Bunnell; Steve Williams Newsom, a Jacksonville Deputy Randy and Deanna Dyke of

Bunnell; Julia Lovelace. Bun Constable, was hospitalized Crystal Beach.

nell; Remley Murray, Bun. for treatment" of a gunshot REFRIGERATIONAND

nell; Anthony Williams, Bun. wound he received whileon VISIT IN ST. LOUIS

nell; Walter Robbins, Bunnell; duty. His condition is Im
Willie Williams. Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahlert
proved. returned' home Sunday via Jet
Margaret Hengelman, Deland. ELECTRIC SERVICE
after spending the Thanks.
Dismissed: Robert Lockett, ATTEND' ANTIQUE' SHOW
Ann Nelson Montgomery giving holidays in St. Louis

Bertha Ed Copeland Orville Mrs. R. W. Deen. Jr.. Mrs.S. Ma with their sons In law FEDDERS REVERSE CYCLE

Decker. Ada Carroll. Penny W. Allen and Mrs. Charlton and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. AIR CONDITIONING

Xlkltas. Judy Owens John Wall attended" the Orlando Glenn Schnuck and Mr. and
.
Mercer Ruth Lockett, Jack Antique Show Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Clarence Mittler and DUO -Th ERM IIEATERS

Abbott. Evelyn Harper Floretice children.
SALES INSTALLATION SERVICEOLD
Norcross. Marilyn Doley Laurie Yelvington and Their son and daughter in -

Anna Hoff Florence Ramsey, son Richard returned to )fI. law. Tom and June Kahlert of HAW CREEK ROAD

Anna Mikulka. Carl McCor- ami Sunday after spendinga Athens Ga. visited with them PHONE ..2'1.3&91isTIiE

mk< Edward Durrancr. Joyce week at their home In Bun. during the flight stop-over at

Anderson, Alice Johnston. nell. the Atlanta airport.



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$-TE rt.A8UII>i TMMWS TS9M. MCEMKH S. 14 Sew viscose !9x12 rugs $[286. MAID W ")--Apply ta
New 5.piece bronze dinette.S3 .
Farm CLASSIFIED .. 3--' Mep end coffee person to Mrs. Off at Lana
i Week
City
Forestry Tour ADVERTISING table M J6. Table lamps. 'n SM Faafclinn. Dee L Ha
I S5JS ..... Chains 3afaweSlMfc ...
Pka fcr M Mia,s runted out In record' numbers Tuesday matte with ,..... sora... MM. OOWAIWSfather
of........ far the Patm-Cfty Week tow of
forestry ope.Ma.wsarrd Ii Jwty-s FunrtlMM. OMDM TA 1'tItIIt 81M 1Wf
>win "X, r Mwy.. 2 mi flit K.- w. AUUWweed

Mew taan Me ...... a marietta low the MM My MM na. Pit. 43T.3752, D..e. S. 1 tc 11IM truer ....... d
ohMrw awlaweK timber MM. tanter eperaUaBs. ee II the SEPTIC TANS cleaning: drain
the decade flit.J.ira J. fir
IUJDIAOESALEI'ItIIaJami
....... .. ftekta installed: Rot.-..., ?
\ county's major I. .
small _II. ReftSorMble price. .....y, Dec. .-7 from of Mrs. C H. Cwrartof
Oeeuaytac about<< MMM acres or 8I'* of Flatter O My* Call George Jaroaz. 437-M10) 10 a. m. tit 4 p. m. All safe* Haw Creek
land area. till industry to worth 1" million ....... to fen*. 8-1-tf at halt ori.iiMl. pri.... F1aRler )lr. Anderson a resident af9t
i ow..... annually. When you add payroll' taw. 'Peru._.... etc. ----- --- --- WMMII'S Club Thrtft Shop Au........ died TlitlJay
1 we And forestry worth about 2' million dollar to our county. TROPIC BRBEaC NURSKRY S..Central and 4th It. Flag night" at the Flagler llMfital
This makes timber rank along with potatoesdwrMg normal LtCIS help beautify Flatter ........ Dee. 5. Up. in St. Aufustine.BUNNELL .

( yean) In return to the induMry and these associated with k. County. Large variety of ever- .
jfeens. palm*. hedge Plats HIGH SCHOOL
It has been estimated that 200 people earn their Mvfoe fn 34 miles S of Bunnell on
Flatter's Forest IfH1. iMry. About 160 live Ifl the: county represent U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tic GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
\ ing nearly that many famiHes, ubUe about 50 employees Hve
p arr4ide the county.VVADSWORTH. 1WR SINGER Guaranteed. Dec 6 Friday Clay High. Ay' 5:00
BulK Ifi 24g-aag. Buttonholor. Dec 7 Saturday Person sway 1:80
Fancy StHeh. etc .$.4 .00 cashor Dec 10 Tuesday. Orange Park . .Tteme 5:00
9 payments of $6.00 per Dec. 13 Friday Hastings Away 5:00
month For more Information Dec. 17 Tuesday St. Aug. Home 7:60
rail collect to Deland. 9.00 to Jan. 10 Friday St. Au<<. Away 5:00
5:00: p. m. 734-0018.. Jan. 14 Tuesday Keystone Ht*. . Home 7:00
Nov. 14 TFC Jan. 17 Friday Hastfofl Home 7:09Jan.
25 Saturday St. Joe Home 5:00
FOR SALE-2 houses *, block Jan. 2R. Pierson Home 5:00
from ocean 3 blocks to (fen- Jan. 31 Friday Keystone Hi*. Away
ing pier 100 ft corner lot. Feb 4 Tuesday FIa. Deaf Away 7:00:
Phone 439.2317 Nov. 14 TFC Feb 7 Friday Clay High Home 7-60:
Feb 8 Saturday Fla. Deaf Home 7-00
NO CAPITAL NEEDED Feb. 11 Tuesday St. Joe Home 7 00
Stan business ')f jour own.
VrviriK consumers with world Feb 13.14.15 Northeast Fla. Girls' Conference Tournament
famous Rauleigh Products.
a t e'an cam $f o weekly I partUmf'
i>;; -Fi- -J.- ; ;.hI ; r>>
$150 and up full time
Write C. R. MeDarvM FLL- r
360.770 D6eto Station. Box THE
2m Memphis Tenn 3S102D I
xr. 5. 12 2tp.

LUMBER COMPANY WANTED

Highlighting the I fustry. Wadsworth Lumber Company' in Bunncll Company employees sale Free appraisals gi\en. I (0ftaltlge
explained the various lumber operation to the group. Charles L. Trad. Realtor Ph. SHOPr
:353-8&W 5 Nancy Dr.
Daytona
The lumber company employs 80 persons and the annual payroll
is estimated at $450.00000LUMBER Beach. 92014. Nov 28, 4tc

1.ORT-Slher and Mack German Growers Packers Shippers '
female Shepherd.n..
savers to Candy. Contact Chef Highway 100 and Interstate 95 Intersection r
Parker thru Sheriff Dept. Re

J I TRUCK ward.- CAMPER-FOR-SALE--it p.- GIFT and FRUIT BOXES!

Perfect condition. Contact Otis 1w
I
Ma gee. Ph. 439 218R. Itc

FOR RKNT-Upstairs urjurn-
*
Candies
Ished large living' morn dinette w Tropical i'
kitchen. 2 bedrooms. "
bath and electric heat Effi '". Unusual Gifts :
{'ft'nC'apt.. furnished. Large
fireplace, bedroom and bath. I
1200 & Daytona Ave. Flagler L Handbags bjf
Beach. Call Mr. Wteehaupt

439-2247 Dec 5 lie 74> '

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MILL OPERATIONS 9 t sQ'y.
n .,
.ter v
Huck Meeklns lumber company emplo>'ee. is shown
rtralghtening logs as they pass through debarking process at I
:he plant. The mill produces approximately 12 million board l.. .
: ...,. !
feet annually and about 50,000 cords of wood chips.CONTROL .rrt---.. 444ou&r
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PERSONAL MONEY ORDERS ore
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CONFIDENTIALYOU

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YOU write in payee's name and the date.
.......... ....
,
y! ... J YOU sifn; and write in your address.

YOU keep the completed check duplicate for your records.
BURNINGOn

the Dorena Road In the northwest section of the county The modern
to enjoy the benefits of
RegisterChecks
control burning was explained by Rayonler Company Repre- way

tentative Stanley Bunch. Personal Money Orders with or without a
Also Included on the tour was. tree length harvesting at

Blackpolnt explained by pulpwood contractor Bud Henry and checking account. Low Cost and Safe too. Start
short wood harvesting operations of pulpwood producer Emmett
Strickland In the northewest section of the county. At the Florida using them-today!
Forest Service Headquarters In Bunnell Ranger G. B. Kelly'
demonstrated fire fighting equipment.

Following the tour the group enjoyed a Ash-fry sponsored

,More y Bunnell than 200 Timber attended.Company at the Rayonier Headquarters. Citizens Bank of Bunnell


EDMONSON Edmonson has returned from
ATTENDING Tallahassee! where he attend BUNNELL FLORIDA
SEMINAR ed a three-day law enforcement ,
Flagler County Sheriff P. A. seminar. .
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rLAOLER TRIBONE TH9RS. DECEMBER. 19MBWtiNBLL were |led by Jimmy Bryan and DBJC OFFERS

-- Bobble Owl.Ttee .

PTA SEES SCOUT NEWS cliaant and Met ecnai4l ASTRONOMYCOURSE

.. eapaptttf award west ..

TV BM1i0IHTNA1IffPasoala Sewn members of Boy to Jtw>y Wa.... and Joe
Seoul Troop 4T2 went on a Aryan. Daytona Beach Junior Col-

of Bunnell eMMas- camping trip to Camp &*ml- .loge may add a credit

tary and aeeondarywove + .....a sale on Smut Kings bad lilt ether boostIng news. the. in astronomy Dr. John 4.f
fOWaWMHK Smuts arise< .....
treat TtitmdAyCTiahU
a
given Friday afwrmton. The main gan chairman of math
*. they watched tlwir of the raina\id tor attfndint all science said
purpose eamptwt WM today. It will
Scout activities \WII..
cum efclldrtn on televts on. for work on Second and First' M regular vide three semester hours
meetings' during the
Aft Mlk' tt. TV aaectalM. Clam rank which requirecamping science and elective credit
month of November: Prank
and Ctttr McGriff. SupervMngPrteeal and. campcraft skill "H sumcient interest .

had filmed' a forty- They participated In two Bryan Jimmy Bryan, rat Jtmonstrstsd. by area
Ronnie
Guards Pawl Kiwala.
five minute show which gave .hikes one of which was a .high school students and
Dodges and Billy Cn l. The
NfINIII from" many of the nature hike and the other a mary and secondary A r
Scout! Troop gained two new
IIIUUIBllllhowtn. the children night hike. In addition to we could begin the
members in the month of November. (
to actual da. rooro aitiMIMfpshnMnU hiking they practiced trackIng Wataon and Physios 180 during the
Jimmy
titM trailing, following map Joe Bryan. flier term." he noted. (

were erwd and compass, lint aid and The course will provide

after the meeting The turnPresident cooking without ........ The Robbie Creel basic survey of the ...

I WM "Mldut' MUll. Scouts returned Saturday afternoon. Senior Patrol Leader mical universe. Lectures

Laura McDanieiMeeting deal with the solar .

81HltYReM that the neat Those attending and work stars and stellar. system.

which would be held ing on Second Ciaaa were FORMER RESIDENT Instruction will be provided

in February would feature a Jimmy Watson. Joe Bryan the use of astronomical

fashion how by the home Ronnie Dodgm, and Paul Ki- ELECTED HEAD OF struments through '

eeonomk students and choral wala. Those working on First deaonetratIons.
EOUITABLE INS. CO.
number by the elementary Class were Pat Gurnee. Frank John D. Eggert B3. MS

school choruses Bryan and Billy Creal. They The Board of Trustees of teach the course when It -

Equitable Life Insurance Com added olRcialy to the sil

'Jt:r.1IaIt: t CLIP THIS COUPON .. :. :. .:. pany. Washington. D. C. announced curricula said Dr Morgan.For dirndl cotton

a Special $10.00 Reading-$1.00 With This Coupon the election of finish.
William J. Hamrick C. LV.. washer

SISTER MONA a former Bunnell High Schoolteacher Fast Results to an

as President and day. By
.'. PALMIST READER & ADVISOR Chief Executive Officer of the \READandUSE

Each Reading Private and Confidential !. Company effective November

. Madame Mono can help you with your ,i 1. 1968. In a realignment of ) HEWANTADSLEGAL Glass

. TeL 328.3219 problemas Marriage Los Sickness. offices of the Company. used in

= a a Monty Evil influence Calls your friends) Charles E. Phillips who has D 1 ( 1t over Floe

;t* and enemies by name. Everyone Is w kome. Bring your !i.i served more than 20 years as as early

!( problems to her today and be rid of them tomorrow. President of Equitable was

: REID ST. Corner of Palm AT & West named Chairman of the Board -
m\i\ 3200 ( Hwy. 100) em !
and A. Brewer Senior -
Lloyd
?1? Palatka. F1&-Look for the Green House with the Palm ; ADVCHTI ::' 'EbtltT
Vice President was named
W.N.NaWN e,f..f.F..N'I.ISWSN'U+ :aWeW.N.MaN.* ,p M ::.7:7 '.:+::.:77: ; Secretary.Mr. I* TIIK 'I..n'IT. rorRT AMI Jl FOH 1)1.
TUB Tib Jl l>l< IAU 4-IWI .
... P FI.A4.I.KK 4'01'\TVMl.
career as an agent of
4ZM' Div. t:
Gulf Life Insurance Companyin CATHKHISK 1':. ADAMS.

Flagler County Insurance Bunnell In 1930 when he llalntlffV10LKT **.

was assigned to the first debit JBErKEn. In4h14.uaU
.
t IT
opened In the county, advancing ,. and a* beneficiary :
der the term and provision.of
Agency Inc. through several management that certain Declaration .

positions in the company Trust dated February II. .. notified. baa
filed Mar M I"C. In ()
and came to Join the home Book M. at far 211. and you
All Forms of Insurance Record or Flatter Count a copy of
office staff of Gulf Life In If any to
,,'
Florid. HTMAN
Jacksonville on January 1. and SOLOMON KIROUU- *. Attorney
305 East Moody BI.d.I IPhone 437-3171 address I
*
1936. In 1943. he was named ief.ndante.NOTICII
,. Florida
: Of M IT TO ...
Bunnell. Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS Agency Vice President of the <.M>..K MOHTl..: ..... with
and became Senior TO: SOLOMON IHDIm.Add styled
company .
,
,... Unknown.TOM M.
Vice President in 1958. ARE HKHKHV may

Mr. Hamrick became aChartered ED that a Complaint to 8" for tb-
clooe a mortgage ha. been the Com
Life Underwriter In ... .
against you In th* ,
1917 and was named the first Court for the purpo of and the
November
President of the Florida closing a mortgage ur oa the
lowing described ran 'Itt't
Health Insurance Council the I fin* and being In FlafUr

following year In 1961 he ty. Florida to-wit: .. Court
l..ot. IS thru It Inclusive
was named Man of the Year Mock 1. Lot. I thru It Inrlualtre ,. .Florida$. .
2 U.
after you see by the Florida Association of In Block 2. Lot -
thru 17 inclusive In Btock :. ",.
Life Underwriters and received
doctor. Lot 1 thru 12 Incluilv .
qty swfJff your the C. G. Snead Memorial Lot U thru 2S Inclusive : JVDGla
Block I. Lot. I thru 12 Incluvlvo FLAG.
: et. Award for outstanding serviceto and Lot It thru JInclusive : *. IV
bring yourprescription his Industry In 1962. In Block S. Lot.
thru 17 Inclutlr In Block :
to In 1963 he requested a Lot I thru 14 Inclusive
leave of absence to become Block I. Lot 4 thru 17 Inetuilve DuPONT
In Block II: Lot
state campaign manager for thru 12 Incluilv and *
k (7 Mayor Haydon Burns in his U thru 24 Inclusive in estate of
11. according to the plat de-
for Governor follow.
i cAIf race and. Atlanta Heath bln. a subdivision and
e #. ) ing his election Mr. Hamrickwas of Government or de
named Florida Hotel and 2 and of Section It. Township may have
..' 12 South Range the office
.
,.." "'Brofoulonol Restaurant Commissioner a Ba.t. approved by the of Flacler
position which he held until of County CGmml" .r. the Court-
bCT1l. 2-lit!., County In .. with-
he resigned to accept the position January 7. 1It1. and of record from the
of Executive Vice President in Plat Book 2 at '. of
24 and 24A In the office or de
.
-w of Equitable Life September the and
Clerk *
'J of the ( "
= ,:::1i -. 1, 1966. Court of Flatter Co..ntrI4a. or resi
"- address of
While In Jacksonville Bill YOU A HE REQUIRED to *. be worn
ON TIME a copy of your Answer or his agent
Hamrick was active In business pleading to the Complaint It will be
501 civic and fraternal life the nalntlfr attorney to law
MANN BIlANTrr A ()
CERTIFICATESMINIMUM for thirty years. In addition to Ml Concord Building ) : Dupont
state local and national Insurance Florid 111 It. and file the Dec t. ftc
inal thereof In the office of
VOLUSIA S3.OOO-8O DAYS In
organizations above styled Court on or E 4grT
RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY which he Is well known, he the 11th day of December l
NATIONALBANK If you fall to da JI'IHE"
served for three an. a
years as will be entered against you :: FLAK.
President of Boys Home Association the relief demanded In the : '. IV
Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada and was a Charter plaInt. '
-- DATED at "
Ormond Beach. Florida Member and second Presidentof County. Florida. this 0th day

Sales and Marketing Executives November. A. I). II"
GEORGE M. Moony
__ In Jacksonville. Clerk of the & : ""*
-- :;----:- .. Circuit
'1 = : Fla ler County. all persons
.
---- -- In he Is
--- Washlngon, a mem (real) demand

her of the Rotary Club the By Kathryn L. Emery
Deputylerk you. are
Metropolitan WashingtonBoard Nov. 14. 21. 21 and Pec. I. required to
of Trade and Congressional demand
I) AVE-BY-MA1L | Country Club. LEGAL &PVE..T1'Etlr.XT. you ma>
: -:1.
The Hamricks make their I.- ot\Tl Jl IM;.r. <' | ,
l .'!.".I.KII <'ol \T"'. ) ,.. ....,IeII\.
home In Potomac, Maryland.He DA of Flakier
File \.. MMtrTATE In the
EARN Is the brother In law of
OF ALICE R Bun...".
u r \ Mrs. Z. D. Holland of Bunnell. MTI". deeeaaed ., within
ABOVE AVERAGE \ J'n'L rrLt'T \ of lint
All persons are hereby .....
\ "' that the underpinned a* EI must be
RETURNS I tor of MM estate, has tate the
i the administration thereof : potofHce
hay Sled In said
court his _
and
We Pay Postage Both Way 1L Ew roue and final report and ... the claim
for
dlacharce.
0 IXEMSEWeuNs Objection th. attorney.
to. If any should doty to
0- : rdlnc
wstr-I rIsi s.dW1,. .Isarba sas/ roue After flllne proof p' ": t '
.howlna- this notice his .. rtTMJCA-
ears Moors published once a week for tHt.
i eons..utive week, the matter George
'I l L approval of said report and the Lat
ordering of distribution of *. nt .,
ALFORD
O. court estate wHI com before t .

Registered D naM R Moore \ ) MJpg
y A. ft........, 0'said .. ."
warm Real Estate Broker riSK a lAl"'K8 .
alb 13011 L.d k P. O. Bc. tilt : .. Ave
+ arteaa Beach Florida
4 r tIAMcN OiFKL"Ness.11.41,x.r u t. ci es a fr .r baits Florida Attorneys for Estate .
.. 1 Noy. 21-21. De I. 11 It It. Ue.gT11C .



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i7"'IIIiiI: -h. and Health with Ky to 1M Milk tutee .Weeks. mere ahead

BEACH METHODISTSPLAN f Weekly Sermon BMy Hot Das Drives were urged to ketf
ADVENT
0PrW Peteters. their eyes "'""4w while .
Christian Selene services
ROT. OHm F. Taylor. Pastor SEASON ACTIVITIESThe CN...*. Carrots htM 1M wfHoeoI. OOeekit+K the
and School
SJtrftOAjr are Ir fQ WltM
Biked Peaches rear and side view mirrors
Bunnell First United area at First Chureh of
Flagler Beach United Rolls and ButterMilk every' few seconds reduce
.\ Methodist Church Methodist Church has planned Christ Scientist, OrraefKl staring **& gives drivers a
Beach 100 North Halifax Dr.
several Advent Season Wednesday. Doc 11 better overall view of the
THE BOOK which Include and First Church of Christ
programs : toe fIk'
Baked Meat Loaf
The Bible has meant many Thursday Dec 12: Woman's Scientist, Daytona Beach 137 Mashed Potatoes The sooner you see a hazard .
thing to many people. As a Society of Christian Service Live Oak Avenue. Wednesday Cole Slaw the more time yeu haveto
Christian minister I am called Christmas Coffee and Fellowship evening meetings at which Fruit Jello and Whipped take proper action to avoidIt.
upon to Interpret" the Bi at 9:30: a. m. testimonies of healing in Topping See your way clear of ac
ble. Some people do not like Friday Dec. 13. The Otter- Christian Science are given, Bread and ButterMilk elder+ts by developing and
the word "Interpret In relation betn College A Capella Choir are at 8 o'clock. Everyone Is te 4tot good seeks* habits,"

to the Bible, but I know no Concert at 7:30 p. m. welcome. Thursday. De:. 12 Kirkman concluded.
Sunday. Dec 22: 11:00: a. m. .
other way to say this. This is Fresh Baked Ham
Church School program and MRS. MORRIS
the proper word because different Rice and
people find different sermon delivered by the Rev. WSCS CHRISTMAS Tomato Cup Gravy MOTHER DIES
Reynold Hoover pastor. Youth IN ST. PETE
meanings In a single verse of
PARTY DEC 12 Corn Bread and Better
fellowship members will
scripture.As sponsor Apple Cobbler Mrs. Barbara Salt 69, Gulf
a "Christmas Carol Sing"and .
a minister I accept the Hagler Beach United Methodist Milk port. Florida died Friday
Bible as being Holy and containing worship service at 7:30p. Church WSCS will have Friday. Dec. 13 morning at Mound Park Hospital .
m. Refreshments will be .
their Christmas Thursday
God's thoughts. How- party Peanut St after
Buter and Jelly Petersburg several
ever I feel that the Bible is served. Dec. 12 following the business Sandwiches weeks Illness. She was
not God. but Is an Interpretivebook Tuesday. Dec 21: ChristmasEve meeting at 9:30 a. m. In Macaroni and Cheese the mother of Mrs. Walter
by which man may find Candlelight service at the fellowship hall. Hostesseswill Buttered Broccoli Morris of Bunnell.
11:00: p. m.TUfSday. be Mrs. R. Hoover, Mrs.
his proper relationship with Pickle Chips Other: survivors Include her
Dec 31: Fellow.
God. It gives us the Gospel l. H. Jordan and Mrs. L Clary. Apple Sauce husband, Arthur L Salt Gulf-
dinner and "Watch
or the good news' which proclaims ship The Executive Committeewill Milk port; one son Arthur Salt.
Night" service at 6:30 m.
God's love for man p. meet' at 9:30 a. m. Tuesday Jr.. Canby Oregon; five grandchildren .
The is Invited to at.
to be reconciled to Him. It public Dec. 10 at the church. and one great-grand
tend all of the special sere
HABITS
contains all which is necessary ( child.
for salvation. ices. MRS. CRAIG GOOD SEEINGThe Funeral services were at

People use the Bible differ Florida Highway Patrol 11:00 Monday morning In St.

ently and yet all with various CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ENTERTAINSDORCAS today outlined some good Petersburg.

approaches can come to God CLASS visual practices to help mo
in surrender. Sometimes people Sunday Service of torists "see" their way clear

try to make law and love December t. 1968 Plan were completed for of accidents. Rixfw YOURDMYtrS
contradict each other becauseof the Dorcas Class annual "Good "seeing habits' do not lICENSE t,
the Scriptures, but actually "For thus saith the Lord Christmas party at a meeting come automatically with good WRING HIV "r
they complement each other. that created the heavens; God Monday afternoon at the vision. Drivers must train
This Is the month whkh the himself that formed the earth home of Mrs. James O. Craig, themselves not only to look. BWHKMTHWe !
church and the American Bi and made it; he hath estab Bunnell. The party was set for
ble Society set apart for all lished It. he created it not in Thursday Dec 19 at the Bun .... .. ..1---....... e-"... ..1!!:..
to take a closer look at the Bi vain he formed It to be inhabited nell First Baptist Church. r ;,

ble. Too often people say they : I am the Lord; and "What Does Christmas Mean
don't understand the Bible there is none else." To Me" was the title of the
without really opening the These words of Isaiah are devotional presented by Mrs. i.K r
of the Book. Cod still .
cover part of the Scriptural readIngs John C. Rice. Mrs. George'

speaks through His Holy In the Bible Lesson-Ser Kendall president conducted ... .. .. _" '0.. ....
word. "Blessed is he who
mon titled "God the Only the meeting.
keeps the words of the prophecy Cause and Creator" to be
of this book." Revelation read In all Christian Science Mrs. Craig served punch and
22:7. fruit cake to ten members and .
churches this Sunday. ALL
one visitor.
ARE WELCOMEOne
COLLEGE CHOIR of the correlative passages .
AT FLAGLER BEACH taken from the denominational FUTURE HOMEMAKERSELECT

DECEMBER 13 textbook will be the OFFICERS
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The Bunnell High School

ATLANTIC HARDWARE Chapter of Future Homemak
ers of America elected! officersfor I
the 1968-69 school year.
& SUPPLY CO., INC.4'xS1 Celestine j
Officers elected were: -

Spates, president; Delores
Luan Cooper vice president; Lois

Light Bass, secretary; Mary Bryant, ';,,'''Iif.t!:';,...; ,\; ;
assistant secretary; Dorothy "I" 1
Paneling $3.98 Spearman treasurer; Mary i 1i
Robinson chaplain; Alice "

MOODY BLVD. FLACLER BEACH Smith, historian; Delores Gill- !

yard, parliamentarian; Sylvia .. .
'
PHONE 439-2303 .. : <; .. ; 'jI'
'
Jackson Patty f
reporter; .
... )I"" J
Green, sergeant at arms; Mary ., "
.
and -- -
Way, business manager

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS Mrs. C B. Crawford advisor. dtdn'f make it any easier to look at.


107 N. Bay St. P. O. BorjS57 NAVY MAN Just easier to drive.

BUNNELL, FLORIDA KILLED IN
You'd never know it to look at it, but

FREE ESTIMATESBAR ACCIDENTRussell that's a Volkswagen without a clutch pedal.
J. Bing 21, Satellite
FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS Beach, was killed Instantly What it does have is something called

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS Saturday morning when he on automatic stick shift. "Automatic" because

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS lost control of his small compact you can drive it up to 55 mph without

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving 100 intersection car at the 1-95 exit.and Hwy. shifting at all. "Stick shift" because you shift

BATHROOM VANITIES-BREAKFAST BARS He was stationed with the it when you go over 55. Once.

Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts US Navy at Jacksonville. And that's just to help you save gas. (In
'
FINE HARDWOODS Craig Funeral Home Bun keeping with a grand old Volkswagen
nell was In charge of local
Most orders filled within IS working days. Mew Serving arrangements. traditionJAs )

all areas la 7$ mile mad 01 BnnneU. a matter of fact, this Volkswagen still 1

CALL COLLECT Day 437-3313 Might mms: HASTINGS MATTRESS gives you 25 miles to the gallon.It still 1 takes

EVENING PLANNING AXIAMCCO" & UPHOLSTRY WORKS only an occasional can of oil. And it stilt 1

710.12 Lemon St. won't go near water or antifreeze.

Palatka, Florida, If it were anything but a Volkswagen,

Phone EA 5-9166 you'd probably pay dearly for all this luxury.
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Furniture. UpholUdng
Repaired & Kef1.DJshecSMat Instead,a Volkswagen with an automatic
stick shift costs a mere E18 8 4
& Box
H. CBAIC. Funeral Director Springs
Mod to Order Also Renovated All of which reinforces what we've been

JOHN CAPO. Manager Call Laura Morris 437 3233 saying for 20 years. '

AIR j LADY OXYGEN After .:00 P. M. looks aren't everything.

CONDITIONED I EQUIPPEDCIIAI'EL PRICES REASONABLE
A'1'1''IDA.'lT AMBULANCES BUDGET FLAN IF NEEDED Palatka
Jut as near as year @

Phone ID 7-3532 Phono or Post Office
Drop Us a Card or Call Boyer Volkswason ': .
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUMMELL, FLORIDA
Frea Pick-up & Delivery
111 S. Highway No. 19



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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER S. 1968FISHING POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL CAME
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Augustine. Dot<< to quite a ftohrrman. -
lopMm. M well a* j
turf They fended over 30
blues and rriaased as many.

Binc(' Fishtnn Resort

I: seems Mr. Craig Btmnetl. '
did so well last week he tried J "" '. ; .
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his luck again. This time 13 '
LINEBy trout and 1 flounder. Another -. ,-:.-: .. -.
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AI fcamba veteran fisherman from Bun- __ ..:: t.... _, .A v. I
nell John McIntosh had 12 Photo by Theo a' HrlnBHS
Week Ending Dec. 29. 1968Devil's bass 1 trout and 1 flounder ninth and eleventh grade girls played the tenth and twelfth girls In a pow4erpttt football *
weighing about 6 Ibs. game last week Final score was 0-0.
Elbow Flab Camp
Mr. Gamee brought his -
DINNER
The trout are Mill running friend Mr. Bieecher from Jax THANKSGIVING
good in the waterway. Bill They had 19 bass 1 trout and 196363BUNNELL
Eaten. Palatka. had ueh 10 large sheepshead. Visitors HIGHBASKETBALL
good luck last week came from N. C. trying their luck r
back and his luck still holdIng were Mr. Hopkins and Mr
t
with 16 trout 22 bass. Huddleson. They had 14
Coming from Jax. was A. whiting and 9 blues. Dec 6 Clay County Away,

Stafford. He brought in 19 Bob Dekle who fishes at 7 Pierson Away
bass 1 sheepshead. Mrs. Bings each week has now 10 St. Aug. Home
Woods and her friend Mrs. taken up residence and is 13 Cres. City Away
Douglas, Jax. had a good day employed at Sings. So Bob 14 W. Nassau Away
with whiting, drum and will be helping you launch 17 Lopez Home
sheepshead to their credit. your boat and helping with 21 Pulaski. Tenn nome
Most of the Ash taken in the bait and tackle. He also repairs 7 St. Joe Home
camp area were on live outboards and does Jan. 7 St. Joe Home
shrimp. There has been good welding. Glad to have you 10 Fla. Deaf Home
catches of flounder being tak with us Bob.FIag.f. 14 Hastings Away
en. 17 Baldwin Away \
Beach Pier 24 St. Joe Away
Surf L 25 Baldwin Home
Cecil and Mae Westbrookwere
28 Pierson Home
Good catches of blues and
taking advantage of the 31 W. Nassau Home
drum taken well
being as as
excellent fishing from the Feb. 4 Cres. Home
bass and for a few days the City
pier. They had a foot tub full
7 St.
Aug. Away
with
whiting moved in large
of whiting. Otis Magee and
catches taken from the 11 Fla. Deaf Away
Dick Mosby as usual had
bridges or along the surf. their share of blue Hoc. Spl- Stevie Talklngton of St. Augustine 1. killed two turkeys, a 17 14 Hastings Lopez Away Home

Jack Gemma's Fish Camp vey who comes over from De- gobbler and a hen. while hunting In Flagler County last week 20-22 Conf. Tournament
land each week really had his with his und LIHard White, r, of Bunnell. It was the 13 year 24 Clay County Home
Jack tells us the trout and full with 150 Ibs. olds
hands over first hunting trip. 27 Dist. TournamentMar.
bass are still in the waterway. of drum.
1 Dist. Tournament
Miss Eby St. Augustine hada GREG CREWS morning while hunting at the
Cecil tells us that there has
good catch while fishing A. B. Johnston Camp In the
been good catches of blues BAGS NINE
from the Crescent Beach St. Johns Park section.
drum and few
a Spanish
bridge. Herb Brown, St. Aug. POINT BUGS The young nimrod killed the FOOTBALL TEAM
mackerel. Fishing Is at Itspeak
ustlne brought In over 12 on the pier. Greg Crews 13. Bunnell. nine point burk with a 12 STEAK DINNER
trout. Herb caught all of his bagged his first deer Friday gauge shotgun.

About thirty.five BitS vanity
football players team man
agers and coaches were

Chevy Fleetside isn't just the best Thursday guests at afternoon a steak at-supper JohnE.

MIllican Recreation Park at
road. Shell Bluff. The affair was
looking pickup on the hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Victor .

Buckles.

The menu Included steaks,
baked beans potato salad
and cole slaw.


DOT READ ELECTED

OPCC WOMEN'S GOLF

ASSN. PRESIDENTDot

Read was elected president
of the Ocean Palm
Country Club Womens Golf
Association at a luncheon-
meeting Tuesday at the Ball
Restaurant Ormond Beach.

Also elected were Terry
Weeks, vice president and Elsie
Busch. secretary treasur
er.

'I:. Awards were presented to
Alma Fife for ha1nr'on
the most golf balls for the

... year; Sharyn Abraham. ClassA
.- ".:. winner of the ringer contest
_.. and Elsie
-- Busch Class B winner
of ringer contest
Door prizes were won by
Alma Fyfe and Julie Taj"tor.
Seventeen attended.

NOTICE

r NOTICE IS hereby given
r = "u snSI r that CLEGG and ASSOCIATE
INC. a Florida Corporation
address Bunnell. Florida -
f has sold to DEWAYNE
METTS and MARY JANE
METTS his wife all the

goods wares, merchandise
I I'I and fixtures
I equipment of a
but also at supermarkets. the woods...on Saturday chores..at the beach... grocery store in Bunnell Florida
I known as METTS THRIFT-
, WAY. The effective date of

i You see more and more Chevy pickups for kingslze camper bodies. Just add the transfer will be 1 December
In the most unexpected places. And why things 'like air conditioning and bucketnot 1968.
They look great anywhere. seats and you have more luxury than you'll This Notice is given in compliance .
pickups strength without find in the average second car. with Florida Statutes
We Chevy
the trucky give muscle-bound look. And you II Let your Chevrolet dealer ten you an .m It : 676.6-103(6) under the Uniform
find a Chevy a pleasure to drive. about the smooth ride tr* long-luting Commercial Cod .
let's say you select a CST (Custom toughness and particularly the low cost of Dated Dec. L 1968.
Sport Truck) or the long wheelbase a new Chevy pickup. After all, good looksaren't Chevrolet I Is more truck John A. Clegg. Pres.
longhorn pickup that's made especially everything ...day In.diy out, day oft. Dewayne D. Melts

Mary Jane Metts
Dec.M2.2tc8THE






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