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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 26, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 NO. 1 TMUR.v OAT DECEMBER: 3$. 1966 t t.SA A YE1- j 1

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I REVIEW OF 1968 fM"Xr CATTLEMPM FLAGLFR I


FIGHT THEFT

The year 1938 is almost add about 9000 square feet
Flagler
....*..,. Many things .happend of floor apace and incfuaV carpeting have called Count'e: nen
all law
during Ih* year. A brief private baths and color i rI fereement upon en
personnel to warch:
resume to as follows: Construction ws well for
roving rattle thieves and
Teachers Did Not Strife. under way at the close of the. people. making illegal entry

White teachers all over the year. Mao It was learned into private property a4 dMreyiiHc *-
Mate WoNt on a strike to pro- that open che*t surgery was this property.
teat the action of the SlateLasjtstature performed at Bunnetl General I At
in the Hospital for the Ant time InDecember 0r an emergency meeting of
funding Flagler .
County Cattlemen's.
school program' the natter 1988.WllHams
.lswela
.Ion. Inc last Thursday
county Teachers honored their and ClUon in night the
seriousness of then'ohlems *-
contrasts and kept the schools L*..*laturt: Senator Jim WillKama. was aired by AMOeaHten .

open. Ocala rancher and citrus members County

While the legislative program grower was elected to Commissioners. Sheriffs Derartment .
did not provide all the serve Flagkr" County in the. and Wildlife eflkers.

monies that might have been next legislature. Association President
desired It did give teachers Representative, Jim Gilsa rn. Gate stated that cattle Lyman theft
substantial salary increasesand young chiropractc physicianfrom
was big business In
he state
Lake County, was elected
provided' other funds for
and had
recently been on the
our new state representative.
an expanded program. Increase' again In neighboring
Election Is Contested. Sections counties" as well' as Flagler
Beth men scent considerable
are often close but the County.In .
time in Flagler County
.
Moody Barber race for Clerkof
during the election and made reemphasizing" support
the Circuit Court was" only bv law .
enforcement
many friends here. Both men personnel
two votes apart. George M. i-dk-ate especially those on night
they will give Flag !
Moody incumbent led Shelton )
patrol in rural
ler good representation in areas Presi
Barber by two votes after Tallahassee. dent Gage suggested an additional .
absentees were counted'
Marco Polo Announces In. officer might be hired
Barber protested the election terchanga. Alan Wright vice by the Cattlemen themselves
on the basil of the manner president of Florida Power If additional help was needed.

In which the canvassingboard and Light and director of Mar. The County Commissioners
handled the absentees.. -- agreed to discuss
co Polo announced' at the an. paying a
None of the Circuit Judges In nual banquet of Flagler ABRAHAM HOME WINS FIRST PLACE share of the coat with cattlemen
this circuit would handle the Chamber of Commerce that at the next meeing of the

case. Finally Circuit Judge the state has let the contract Commission.
Sam Smith of Lake City was for Interchange of Old Dixie Other suggestions: to report

assigned to the case. and 1-95. It will be completedIn game violators- to Wildlife officers
The case was tried Just a 1968 about the time the since It was believed
few days before the general Japanese Gardens are opened. many of these people are also
election and a week after the Sewer Program Approved responsible for cattle theft and

election Judge Smith dismiss ..f Joy unn.1 UsTheBiiDneU. .atjf"CSnunittka Illegal slaughter; passed a
ed the-rase with pre)udlc.. announced in Dev < resolution asking Hudson Pulp
Beach Politic BodIeS InSpria cembW that they had unanimously F and Paper Co. to eliminate
,. Just before the closeof approved a million : Game Management area
the year 1967 three city dollar sewer program and Improved In Haw Creek because It
commissioners of Flagler water' system for Bun. brings many people Into the
Beach had resigned; Floyd nell. Much of the funds and county' who are suspected cattle .
Collins. Willie Harrison and the I lean will corner from federal thieves and who trespass
Willis McDowell. This threw funds. tia/tiR on private property tearing
politics In a turmoil for Floglysf leach Methodist rsstsi 1 1'x down fences and gates and

a while. No business could be DodSeots Sanctuary. Flag 1 1.y damaging machinery; to
conducted by only two mem ler Beach United Methodist erect' large road signs on
bers. Church dedicated thel new main entrances Into county
In 1968 they agreed' to with. sanctuary In 1968. The beautiful advertising Flagler's $3400 reward
draw their resignations until new edifice was constructed for Information leadingto
after the election. Rufus Miller under the supervision arrest and conviction of cattle .
H..I.H. Th_ C. Hela
and Max Porte were elect of Reverend Reynold S. thieves; requested countyto
Among the many outstanding Christmas outdoor decora
ed. Keene Gurnee was appointed Hoover. post signs on public roads
tlom at Flagler Beach was the Nagl Abraham home Avalon
to fill the third post- This church brought two warning people not to discharge
outstanding choir groups for Avenue, pictured above, which was selected as first place winner firearms on thoee-
tlon.After the election Chief of concerts at the t'hUlTh-Sat. In the lighting contest sponsored' by the Garden Club. roads.'

Police John Laing and a number tellte Beach Youth Choir and Contests winners were announced after the judging Saturday Sheriff Zip Edmonson. Wildlife

of city t'mpJoy.1m.. Otterbein' College Choir. They night First place award was given to Mr. and Mrs. Nagl officers Wilbur Holdridge

ed. After vacancies were filled aba nude their recreation Abraham for an elaborate Christmas display; Mr. and Mrs. John and Jan Spangler, and County

the city has operated with. hall available to the YAC for Lutton received second place; The home of Dr. and Mrs. F. A.Reynolds Commissioners C. II. Cow-
out further crisis. youth dances. art. Alfred Tucker and Louis
received third; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kendall received
County Wide Planning Business DenlopllMatil .
Stefllk all expressed willingness
fourth; and the Murray Keene home was selected as fifth.
Started. The Flagler Chamberof Bunnell Timber Company to cooperate with the
Commerce sponsored the effort constructed a modem office Honorable" mention awards were given to John Schott; Dr. Cattlemen.In .

to have a county wide building at the site of Wads. W. ),Michael Kenneth Whitney, Gilbert Krier and Frank Dodi- other business NominatIng

survey done In Flagler Coun worth Lumber Co. on North tnede. Committee' Chairman R.
ty. The City Commission had Hlehway No. 1. Contest Chairman Mrs. Frank Brede expressed thanks to all W. Deen. Jr. presented namesas
already entered into a contract The Flagler Tribune purchased those who participated for their cooperation and to the City of officers for the coming

to have a study made in the vacated Bunnell Flagler Beach for the beautiful lighting. year: Raymon Tucker, President -
Bunnell. Timber building and moved
----- -- Walton Vice-
-- -- ; Kinney,
Through Joint efforts of into it In September. OFFICES 0EN President; Don Jordan Secretary
Board of County Commissioners Clegg and Associates builta FRIDAY. DEC. 27 RZD C333S C7FERS : Tom Lenssen. Treasurer:
Flagler Beach City Com supermarket In Bunnell and All but two offices hi the C. II. Cowart State Director:
mission and Flagler Chamberof moved Melts Thrlftway Into courthouse will, be closed Fri FIRST AID COURSES Lyman Gage, Alternate Direc
Commerce' the study was the new building in May. day. December 27 In observance -. tor.
expanded to include the entire Bunnell Department Store of the holiday. TV "l1usl..narlt'r
county. William Lenssen a landmark In the old Idleson The Flagler County Agriculture Count?. Chapter" American CONTROL
MOSQUITO
was elected chairman of advisory building was liquidated and Agents office and the Red r--- -i "jfaH offering
free n"1l: .1' retimes at the PLANS OPEN HOUSE
committee' to assist the closed.Dr. Soil Conservation offices will
professional planners locally Ben! Lacy opened a dentist remain open all day Friday. Chapter !fuze.8r)0) VolullaAv SATURDAY. DEC 28
Ploglor Housing to Add 60 office In the Medical Arts mtrf':a will l be a The East Flagler Mosquito
.
Units Federal fund authorization Building. FLAGLER BEACH StxndaH First Aid course beginning Control District has extended

was obtained for addition Farris McGee, opened law CITY HALL TO Mondav. January 6th an Invitation to the residentsof
of 60 units to the local office in the John Rice buildIng CLOSE FOR HOLIDAYS from 9:00 until 11:00: a. m. the county to attend Openlouse
housing authority Plans havebeen compleLCalctA.t'1I The Flagler Beach City Hall and Tuesday. January 7th at the headquarters" at
completed and construction Sales moved their will' be closed December 21-25 froM 7:00 until 9.00 p. m. Flagler Beach. Saturday. December >
will begin early In 19G9. chemical supply business and Dec" 31 and January 1 There will be an advanced 23 2:00 until 4:00: p.
Cable TV For Buaatll: and from Bunnell to Flagler Beach. for the holidays according to First Aid <
Flagler B.achi Both City Commissions Earl Caldwell owner opened City Clerk Helen Nolte.Tldrs ". Jaruiry: 6th from m.CIGARETTE
adopted ordinances a real estate office at the 7:69: u-' I 9:00: p. m. TAXCOLLECTIONS

and entered Into attracts same Flagler Beach IOC'&lion.Da.trlc."l TIDE TABLE: To be eligible. far the Standard UP
,J to have cable TV Installed In Forestry Headquar- For Doctmbtr tt-31 r- -.. a person must
the two municipalities. Construction tees la Fla Ian. At a December HIGH LOW have ewttleted 8t> grade or December 19G9 cigarette tax
of underground cable Chamber of Commerce Day A.M. P-M. A.M. P.M. He -ve 1' etrs of age. For distribution was up from v
system will be completed breakfast the Florida Boardof 25 12:36 1:00: 6:36 7:12 the ad vi need First Aid course SJ.769 In December 1967 to
In 19G9. Forestry announced they 26 1:36 1:51: 7:42 8:12 the pe-aon must hold a current $2I_ In 19 Hospital Expansion Pro* would estabHsh a district 27 2:36 2:51: 8:48 9:06: Standard Firs Aid Cetlflea'e. *- Flagler Beach tax far December
grams Dr. John Canakaris headquarters at Bunnell. The 2S 3:36 3:48: 9:43 10:60 fifth courses will was" $** as compared
h owner of Bunnell General Hospital target date announced the 60 bed Sixteen employees and families 30 5:18 5:36: 11:30: 11:30: person for a three year period. Beach WAS up from
addition to the hospital. It will will be Involved. 31 6:06 6:21 12:01 12:18 $106 In 1967 to $297 In 196ft.i.Younge







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EDITORIAL

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THANKS TEFLON

At tN oH yec eieses we are reminded of a number' of persons ELECTRIC CASSEROLE ...,.........-......-....-....-..............-........-........... ..
who have been especially I helpful during the part year. .

First we appreciate very much our subscribers and our ad, "HOLIDAY TREAT SMOKED BONELESS
vertteer Without either of them there would net be a new pa'
per. We are now distributing 1300 copies weekly.
HOG JOWLS Ib.U. 29
Then there are Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller, whom we call I
upon quite often to help us "get out the paper", Mr Fuller .
knows each piece of equipment by heart and always makes \
quick repairs thus saving us time am) money for out of town S. D A. Choice "FULL CUT"i i


machinists.Ted Hein. has been a regular contributor ol pictures rot ROUND STEAK Ib.Choice 89

only school events, but also of community interest subject We i I
are supposed to give him a "credit line" under his pictures but
sometimes in the rush we forget
The Reverend Oliver C. Taylor has been a regular contrib JuicyALL
utor with his weekly sermon. Even though they are short
it takes time and thought to prepare a serrnonet each week. MEAT STEW Ib 68(
They are good and we hope you read them.

Al Zamba has been a welcome contributor with a weekly
column. The Fishing Line. A number of persons have expressed
Interest in this column. One reader told us the only reason he
subscribed was to keep up with the fishing new*. AI is employed Lean Western (FIRST CUT) WESTERN "Select"
at Marineland so that he Is right In the middle of the
PORK CHOPS BEEF LIVER
fishing news he writes.
Postmaster Ray Mercer has been most helpful In advising L Ib. lb.'
us on out-of-town mailings which becomes: rather complicatedwith 48e 48c
zip codes and SCF designations.Mrs. .

.. Cora Buckles has for the entire year, assumed the responsibility .
of addressing all the jackets for mailing the Tribune Fresh Florida Grade "A" DieD (2 /4-2V4 Ib. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE
to our servicemen.Mrs. .
Frances Edmonson News Journal Correspondent, has
been willing to share her "news" with us. Sometimes she callsto Whole I b. 2S
tell us something we do not know about or to get the detailson
a story we covered. We even exchange pictures.We .

know It is dangerous to list only a few persons who are
news contributors while you may overlook others who contribute
just at much. And we do appreciate all of these who call In or Lyke's "Sugar Creek" (43c Each) Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED
send In news items. We would especially' like to express appreciation
to the various clubs and organizations for sending In FRANKS 3 pti; $119 BACON lb. 53e

their news and pictures.
This is our way of saying to them and to you-THANKS" and Van Camp's No. 300 Can

"A HAPPY NEW YEAR". I NRDK: BEANS 2 For 29C Pillsbury'e (Plain or S. R.)

John A. Clegg
0'5&,. No. 2ft Can FLOUR
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PEACHES 29e
chee and other attractions Ib.
Too Late visitors are thrilled to see Double Luck Limit 5 with food order) 5 Bas 390
even a two-footer slide off a
log Into the water. Indians CUT No, 303
To Classify wrestle them, guides point to GREEN BEANS Can tOe Limit 1 with $5.ooormor.food order
them with pride and our tour.
By BUSMU Kay Isis return home to tell their Ce -Lect 1 Ib Pkg.
friends about actually seeing DRIEDBLACKEY *-
It appears that Florida's effort a live gator on their trip to E PEAS 190 ROYAL SCOTT
to protect our fast disappearing the Sunshine State.
alligators Is not very But as long as fashion con Farm ValueBREAD (Large 20 oz. Loaf.) OLEO
successful. Poachers who srlOIndl.Iduall will For
make business of slaughterIng $70 for a pair of alligator pay 3_ 690 Pound
alligators are reported to shoes or as high as $1,000 for 1 (In Solids) 10-
have killed 40.000 in Florida an alligator suit-case, you can
while they are also active in expect the poacher to take OUR VALUESHORTENING
the lowlands of Louisianaand the minimum risk he does to Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
the Okefenokee Swampin provide the necessary skins.

Georgia. The December issue of theReader's FROZEN FOODS _
Herbert M. Mills executive
Digest features an lb.
director of the World Wildlife article by Robert Gannon entitled 3 38C Morton1. BEEF-CHICKEN-TURKEY
Fund sees a day ndt-to-far- "Let's Save the Alliga $
distant when the alligatorMill tor" that every thoughtful Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order POT PIES 5 !ko: 1Morton's
go the way of the passenger Floridian should read. It tells
pigeon and the dodo bird.It why Is It so difficult to convict ., 20 or. Size

is difficult: to arouse pub. poachers and points out FRESH PRODUCE :8ARONI CHEESE Ea. 3ge
lie feeling In defense of a wild how one of our states greatestassets
creature as maligned as the is being rapidly depleted u. s. No. IPOTATOES
alligator. To most of us this despite our conservation '
ugly reptile appears to be as laws. I recommend it as 10lb49C
useless and dangerous a creature Imperative reading by any BREEZE
anyone could Imagine. Floridian concerned with the Yellow CookingONIONS
He ranks with the cobra the welfare and reputation of his *

ster.rattlesnake and the gila mon state.- ._ 3 29e 2 Regular Size 49 C
With less than 2S law enforcement
However, as with all Na officers to patrol Fre.n FloridaORANGES
ture's creatures, the alligator the state the Florida Game
5 Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
serves you and his Maker In and Fresh Water Fish Commission Bag 39c
maintaining a necessary bal finds it almost impossible
ance. While he destroys fish, to do any kind of a
small animals and other Job. When they do bring In a
forms of wildlife, he also protects poacher the courts for the
them in time of drougth. most part are Inclined to be
The alligator hole he con lenient and give the culprit
structs in the Everglades pro. little more than a slap on the
tides food and water for wrist.If .
countless wild creatures who FOOD RODGERS iffifirfjg
would otherwise peruh. Con we would put halt the I IiI
Itl)
trary to the general belief the teeth In our law and enforcement
alligator Is not really aggres as In the mouth of a gator (I
sive. lie will not attack a hu and provide our enforcement .
man being unless' cornered or officers with the men (
molested and support they need we OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
.\s a tourist attraction he might get somewhere.' But the 8:00 ItQO U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
sum.- p.m.
stands out like a sore thumb. way It looks now the poor
At Silver Springs Weekl Wa- Florida alligator Is doomed Quantity Rights Reserved Pries Good Dec. 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30, 1968t.







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AI. AI>VHHTI"BMBJIT I" the above entitled omi>..: .*4
..*.. are hereby inni.a< .. .
THK C..\TT JI'INis e yore anower with tW Clerk Of
liT YL.IGLSHI (0UTT t.... r.sort. aM to a*.r. a e.pythereat
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HSTE B...Syrs11111111. Florida
'OFYYH1. NO....,.. tot Lat.r than January It A.B..
'IN TfoR...., LIlA If) I....
.ntIn' you fall to *o ao. tle4at
are nr..y notified that a w.\t\ br anter.d .Ira+net yoi ter
*! ""truin nt iNirBwrthvr the relief oVmoiHJe... hi tho MMof
the last will and atamwt rwmolatnt The nature or old
:a dx> d.m has bee a,H being for k
to probate la thta mert.; : DIVOHTKWITNrKW :
are hereby t"MIWItaHIe4 my hand Mk4 seal of
C month fromh.* dat said. Court tide *th .*, of ft-
first Mlratton of tM f'f'mtMA, n. 1 4OMOfKlB -
to appear In t.... Court M UOBflY1erk SAM SMITHPROMOTED
now cause. ny you ean. < of said Crrewlt Court SERVICEMEN
the .*tfcan oth Oourt In OfTlrUI rVallBy
...".. said. Will 'f probate _rylirputy
not stand unrvvnked thnt SURPRISE VISIT
/., T K. MrKNKIHT Ore IS 11 t* and Jan t. 4tr Sam Smith US Army, was
nnlaty JIACI. Plague _. -- recently promoted to Special" FOR SOLDIER
'fount Florida lit 4th Class He is
stationed
15. ft Jan f and
t. Its
at Vietnam with the 45th Army Specialist' Four Ray-

ADTEItU5ENENT CLASSIFIED Medical Company Air Ambu field Gilyaid, of Bunnell a patient

1'M 'TV Jl 1M..='"t !lance." at the U. S. Army lies.
HT KLA4.I.KH .'... UTY pital. Camp Drake Tekyo .Japan
.Hlllt The following is an excerpt"
\.. fMa received' a surprise visitrecently
from a letter The Tribune
.: HHTATK (IK ADVERTISINGiI received from George Kissel.
'-' W IIAIKTBN from SP4 Smith:
.. third base" c.'Oad.lth the 1968
.el he 45th covers the Mekong
.." : TO KKIHTOH National League Champion St.
(-RUI>ITOHH AMI ALL Delta with medical air sup
) ) HAVINO fLAIUM SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain port for the wounded." When Louis Cardinals baseball"
SAID ESTATE team.
and each of you are h.r.- fields Installed; Rota-Roter a guy is wounded the radio
and required to pre snail shell Reasonable price out In the bondocks calls in Several members of the

any you claims or either and of you demand may Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 for "dust off" then we sxr.am team are In .Japan on an exhibition

....In.' the estate of Fra li- 8-1-tf ble" for the personnel. It takes good-will playing
Hai.ten. deceased. late of ---- tour sponsored by a Tokyo
10-15 minutes for
us to
.
get
County, norlda. the
to TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY
T. K UrKnlKht. County to the" area and after the pick newspaper. They took time
: of Flatter County. Coun Let us help beautify Flagler ls made we to take himto out on this occasion to spreada
up try
Hunnell.
u In
tlmf- of evergreens
.. ,.. norlda. within County. Large variety the nearest medical facility little cheer among the patients

.. from the dale of the first palms hedge plants. but If his wounds are severewe chatting with them and
of thla notice. 34 miles S of Bunnell on
baseballs and
rlam! or demand mutt be try o take" him to a hog autographing
wrltlnaand must tate U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc pictures.
.... of residence and O.t. pital.
address of the claimant FOR SALE-2 houses 4 block Tve seen a lot of people Spec" Gllyard's father Tom

"'., hi be* aftnt.sworn or to hla by the at from ocean 3 blocks to fishIng wounded over here, but the US my Gllrard. and wife Margaret

;. or It will become\ void pier. 100 ft. corner lot. personnel manages to keep live In Bunnell.

creditor. to law shall deliver auf- Phone 439.2317 Nov. 14 TFC smiles on their faces." Previously assigned to the

the County Judge to mall WANTED
Vietnam Spec. Gllyard enterer -
each personal repreaenta- Vacant lots and acreage for HOME ON LEAVE the Army in August 1966,

"'t.' tit" lay. of v. sale. Free appraisals given. and completed basic training
A. U 455$. Charles L. Trad Realtor Ph. Mike Tidwell, US Navy. Is
/ ItOltKRT W. PICKfNS at Ft. Gordon Ga.
E.utiWf' of the last 2S3-6349. Nancy Dr. Daytona spending a !leave at Flagler
and Testament of Beach. 92014. Nov. 28, 4tc Beach with his parents, Mr. Spec. Gilyard graduated '
.....W. HaliUn. de- from Carver High School. Bun
and Mrs. W. II. Tidwell.
II. Imvl* SEWING MArHINES nell. In 1965.
Mike leaves" Dec. 28 for
at Law Parts and service any make,
;{ a> Brunswick." Maine for an assignment .
I'r model. United Sewing ..
nt City F1orl4, any of duty with the
nee- lf;. 14. Jay. t. t, tte Center, 921 Volusla Avenue Navy. O. F. ALFORD

"'bYERTI'IeESTRt.oLl"'lo Daytona Beach, Phone 2S5W31. -
Dec 12 TFC BsfUtartd
FOR RENT 1 bedroom house

: : h... .received.the City complaint Commla- SINGER rig zag-1968 model furnished 1919 N. AlA Highway Rea! Estate Broker

.......... that a structure used less than three months. also efficiency apart
.on Hlork Ul. Lot 7 In Guaranteed Makes buttonholes ment. Owner on premises Ill Buanall. Florida
of Hunnell. at Highway ... .... .
1 has been ao damaged by blind stitches and .Jan. 2nd. Itp. .A f. .
: It ha* become unfit and
fancy stitches without attach -- ------
for human habitation or '- -.,.... ; _, ..
la potentially Injurtou ment. Pay balance of 13.00 .:- -: : N.
public health, safely and or 6 payments at $8.00 a
., and
: $, said city Commla- month. For more Information fijfi{ ] ON TIMECERTIFICATES
.. causal an investigation without obligation call [)poland
x>... to be made by 501
734.0018 between 9:00 to
0
llulldlng Inspector, and
ld commission has receiv 5:00. After 5:00: 734.2195. TFC
report thereon, and the -
: ; : ..' .. being fully advised I
VACUUM CLEANERParts VOLUtlACOUNTY
..,.ml.... MINIMUM n.ooo-eo DAYS
: t11U1rOlCt' UK IT and service any make
: : RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
I ). any model. United Vacuum MATtONAt
structure located and silo
on Hlock Lot 7. at Cleaner 921 Volusla Avenue. BANK
', U ft 1. In tho City of Daytona Beach Fla. Phone" Ph. .77-8217 175 W. Granada
.. la hereby declared to be
....., deteriorated, unsafe 255-6431: Dec. 12. TFC Ormond Btach. Florida
,," for human habitation
>> and potentially Injurious HOUSE FOR RENT-UnfunT
public health. Mfety. and ---- ------- -- --
Ished 2 bedrooms back ofBrannam's
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City Commission hall Grocery. Contact
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at the City Hall. Runnell. Duane Deen. 4373228.
County. Florida at T'I*
E. K T.. on the 'th day Dec 19 26. Jan. 2 3tc.
,., A 1tC', at which I
owner or owners of the CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
described property, their One Door Used Cold Spot Re-

or ,..p,...",........ or any frigeraut. $35.00 Parrot Vill

.Interested appear and In how the ::::: age. Phone 439-21G3. H. CRAIG.: Pantra Director

there/.. why said .t", .- Dec. 19 26 21 p.
not be demolished JOHN CAPO. Manager
_..01.
event that tKo Comml- POTATO PLANTER: Model A AIR OXYGEN
_. not find cause to May .John Deere tractor; cross cut LADY
forth In Paragraph two
I EQUIPPED
"., then In that event plow; spray tank and pump CONDITIONEDATTENDANT I

.,.. or owner to be removed shall cause at (800 gallons>; pump, 10 HP CHAPEL AMBULANCES

..."_ to the City, on or motor on wheels" ; and many
lt day of January. A other pieces of old machinery. Phone ID 7-3532
*. but not later than the
80 acre farm for rent. G. I.
of January. A. D. ISIS. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
failure by the owner or .John Furniture Co., CordovaSt.
ao to do within the time
: : above, the City will St. Augustine. Ph. 824-1233:

and aa provided by the laws In of Its Flor Or Dec 19, 4tc t+:,'*aM i* *,*y:M-OMTuI* ** **U CUP THIS COUPONr"; (, ; o>i e o i: f

} Special $10.00 R.adiJl-l.oo With This
copy of this Resolution FOR SALE-14 ft. fiberglass it F Coupon ifi{

peraonatly delivered to plywood fishing boat. 10 HP : SISTER l!|
_r or owner of the said =J MONAD;t:
,,, and If such delivery I* motor and trailer. Priced at
polled' .... MM the Resolution aforesaid 12500.: 200 .John AndersonHwy :j; PALMIST DREADER & ADVISOR -1?
on
,. and *h.ll be published ,, ., Flagler Beach at Hwy. i,; .Each Beading Private and Confidential. afoMouomo

.F1a It,.)l.conaecutlve r County Tribune week 100. Dec 19 Itp. :,; Mono con help you with your Jfj,

) at the lily of tina -- it; T.L 321-321) P 1111"1 Monloge. Low. Sickness jij
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nagler day of County.Iiecember.Florida A. f>. LOT FOR SALE-80x112 ft. ;.a Money Evil inflaencts. Calls Tsar friends sis

: waterfront lot. Lenlgh Street, :j= and enemies by name. Everyone is welcome. Bring your !*"

C Mayor a RlftEVBACIf Venice Park. Flagler Beach. :t: problems to her today and b rid of them tomonow. :t

: : $1200.00.Broker. Margaret Givens .ja 3200 ntD ST. (Comer of Palm AT*. & West Hwy. 100) ..jaj .t.t {

'* f. McOabe Ph. 439-2035. :t; stalks Flo-Look for the Green House with the Palm- .to

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"nut the .land. whither peI. Vail and MM. Myra Wawwth *-
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to possess It. .M a loud tit .. and Mr. Dave Perry-
availaMUtv of die latest Bellfrsiim
kc hill and valleys" a4 ....- man. '
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wti eth water of the rain .f heaven
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thy God careth' for: the eye
each of ua would resolve to do of the Lord thy God are al DRINKING .m. .which International com:
mu .ttoM are viewed from
Weekly Sermon lust one thing which would ways upon M. from the beginning -
the
in world
various location
ourseif and betterour DRIVERS
ir-prove of the year even tmto
as call arepiaeed to and from
JUT. OHTtr r. Taylor. fast* relations with other the the end of the year." These Anticipating a fM found of the United State Overseasoperation
world would feel the impact word from Deuteronomy' are
holiday the FforMa
Bunn U First United ftfeta. The New Year would parties are shewn at workas
o part of the Responsive Read
Highway Patrol warned
today well M animation of a
Methodist Church bring a new world. ing In this week's BIble Les would-be drinking driver communication satellite..
Love came from God. Let us son-Sermon titled '"Chft5tNnSekoMe" that their chance of being Background Information
A NEW TEAR
1969 share this love to be read In all
use to Involved in a fatal accident wtth historic photograph of
Shortly 1968 will end and with all people. None of us Christian Science churches will double after the first the first trans-Atlantic telephone \
1969 will begta. At this moment have lived In 1969 yet so it tomaIns this Sunday ALL ARE WEL -double. call between the U. S. I

' 1969 I.* all In the future. a new and challenging COME. Colonel H. N. Kirkman. Director andEnglaad In 1927 .U offer
We are challenged to have a roadway of I< better world. Always. we rot pared this way before." and Sunday School are In this Public Safety said, "Drinking the laying of cable In various I 6, I
dream of having a world of Joshua 3.4. area at 11 am.. at First was listed as a contributingfactor puts of the world; a sequence
peace. We drum of finding Church of Christ.: Scientist. Or- In a 8.3 percent of all on the manufacture of undersea I
happiness In our day to day WATCHNIGHT SERVICE mend Beach. 100 North Hall- accident during 1967 but was cables and repeaters; the I
living. At a na4Jen d<< God fax Drive and First Church directly attributable to more cable loading aboard ship and '
we have a responsibility tothe There will be a Watch. night of Christ Scientist. Daytona than 20 percen of the fatal accident the paying out of cable at sea: I
Almighty and to each oth Service at the First United Beach. 137 Live Oak Avenue. .
Bear in mind that and the bur)ing of cable In
Methodist Church In Bunnellon
Wednesday evening meeting, these figures represent only shallow water, with the Ingenious .
er.The New Year I Is a time December 31. The service at which testimonies of heal. those case where the Investigating device right out of
when we think of New Year will begin at 11:45 p. m. and ing In Christian Science are officer was certain the Jules Verne the *Sea Plow"
Resolution because It I Is a end at 12:06 a. m. The publicis given, are at 8 o'clock. Everybody driver had been drinking. The film ends with a repriseof

time of beginning again. If Invkf'd.We're I fa welcome.BUNNELL There are many Instance scenes showing cable lay

when It Is not evident that the ing at sea and land; sattell-
BAPTIST driver was drinking." Ites. antennas, and microwave
The figures indicate that towers; and people making
CHRISTMAS DINNER PARTY drinkingdriver tend to be In- International telephone

volved In the more serious accidents calls; with the final scene
About members and
sixty
and according to Kirk- the Bell
showing System'smodem
famllle of the Adult Sunday
man some special studies ship C. & Long Lines,
School Department of the First
have shown that a* high as at Sunset
Baptist Church of Bunnell
en- :50 percent: of all fatal accident Fremaux added "Service'
Joyed a ham and turkey
Involve a drinking driver. clubs, schools and other organizations .
Christmas dinner at the social .
Interested In
hall of the church using
Thursday
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evening.The "Just icmember. Kirkman films may make arrangements
concluded "If you drive after to book this new film
dinner was followed by that first "doublt'your thru one of Southern Bell'sfilm
I / group games directed by Mrs. chances of being In a fatal accident libraries or thru local
1 1'Jl Wilda Hargett. Department are doubled. Why risk Southern Bell business office.

Superintendent Afterward your life or the life of someone There is no charge for this
) Christmas Carols were sung else" service."
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Among the oothojc MM isMs SLATS
MWfWWHT j 2f
and Ws Jo....
home for file sjotMajm allD.Is .. a all
iW
Ftafltr Mach Garbs If t.g the YuMtte MlCVwUi .
'h Rnftas
to Drys NMrgeAnne :: Club meets Thw4. .
,. Janua1 .. *. OH wMt
Bourne a*. IItaIIIIwGI..n. I M.
.... Uniwistty of Florida y 2 Mach at 1:30: MiMiclpMl p. m. at the Mecraat Flag.ler *. .... ..........

x ; Heidi Eli.no icii. Vfcki i I Ion HaU. iiiilisin
at the 70 LEAVE FOB
MLAMOcU
King. Hewitt Deapsnt. SiarWadsworth .1 '
meetinc will be Mrs. C. 0. Westofw*.
FtagtarBwacfc.
Bntss y McKrdgh t t Magee and 111... Frank .
Brwfe.IBLEWOOB ...... January X tartthe
and Sw CheIMf, Plertda
State Uni..nMy; Uiwki c .13B Virgin Islam wtww 'he
.. be >m f'11''i< with 11.e sy
Knight Lake city Junior CotJf
HAS XMAS
PARTY
.A hi !
3 in num Company.Sllvw .
.. .; Zachary JVVwMI J'ftwFIlohnaton
i no The home C Mr. and MIs.

Baldwin and Dn C.Nege Cody BrtHda Abraham Martin MeDaiiM was the setting G.aee aM Meehele ,......
; for the Mlewood Club
annual
Soaring Met
Murray Berry C Mege; THY attired
\ Christmas party Saturday Saturday via
plane to
send
Parker Massaehusetta In Htute
night About 20
members
.. the holidays at Flatter Btweh
of Technology AHM
; + ; and their husbands attended with their ,........ Mr. awl
Tucker and Brenda Tucker.Brigham
.
the holiday affair.A Mrs. Mike Stefrik.
.!-":' Young University buffet dinner and secret
f pal gift' exchange was enjoy Leonard and Day Moody
ROBBY DURBANCE ed. and
daughter Lee formerly
TO SERVE
f Bunnell
new Hvtaf at
CHURCH MISSION WILLIAM ANDREW MURRAY Alexandria Vs.. wil spendIng
11 Robby Durrance of Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. Van Murray of the holiday here' vfetttaft
has been called by the Authorities Belton. & C. are parents of a relatives and friends.
of The Church of seven pound-fourteen ounce

4lJ t y i4Y l tl.N Jesus Christ of Latter Day son born December 16. TAG DANCE
Saints to serve a two year He has been named Will- SATURDAY NIGHT
Santa Claus and his elves appeared" at the Bunnell High lam Andrew
mission church Murray.
as a representatlve The Youth Action Club Is
School
ChLstmas ororram Friday afternoon Santa was assistedIn in the Guatemala Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Murrayof sponsoring a dance Saturday

distributing the traditional faculty gifts by Janet' Scott I, Salvador Mission. Bunnell are the paternal December 28.! from 8.12 p. m.at .
and Becky Mercer, r. The Senior High Chorus and Biggest Little Duran 20. is a native of grandparents. the Flagler Beach Methodist .
Band in Dixie provided the entertainment Bunnell and attended Bun- Church Hall.

-_._______ .-.- L- .. .P'.h.... .,_ net High School lie is a 1966 ATTEND SORORITY Music will" be furnished by
LEMSSENS HOST XMAS HOLIDAY VISITOR graduate of Bunnell High XMAS PARTYBunnell the -Stone Balloons". The
OPEN HOUSE Virginia Waoswo. 'h arrivedvia School and attended' Daytona members, Mrs. W. dance will be chaperoned anda

SUNDAYHighlighting Jet Saturday from Boulder '.... "" L Wadsworth Mrs. Jimmy small admission will be
Colorado to spend the Christmas !/': Hargett. Mrs. John Rice Mrs. charged.
the Yuletide holidays in Bunnell with" ," k; H. H. Murray and Miss Jerry
social I season was an Open per parents, Mr. and Mrs. L : s H. II. Murray Mrs., Z. D. Holland UDCTULC
House Sunday afternoon from E. Wadsworth. and Miss Jerry Vaughn PARTY ATHOLLAND
3-7 p. m. at the William Lens- attended the Delta Kappa HOME
sen home at Von Bulow Grant Holland of Athens, Gamma Christmas dinner Yuletide decorations bright
Ranch. Flagler Beach. More Ga. Is spending the holidaysIn party Saturday night at Turn. ened the Z. G. Holland Jr.
than 75 friends of the couple: Bunnell with his parents, bull Castle at New Smyrna. home In Bunnell Saturday
enjoyed the gala holiday fete. Mr. and Mrs. Z .G. Holland, night for the United Da ugh-
Native pine boughs liter- Jr. i' test of Confederacy Christmas
spersed with pine cones entwined Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deen party given for members of
in the grillwork at the 3UNNEU. LIONSCHRISTMAS and daughters Caroline and the General Joseph Eggleston
entrance of the home to createa PARTY Kathleen of Belle Glade are Johnston and Ancient City
typical Christmas setting IN DAYTONA spending Christmas In Bun Chapters members and their
An artistic nell with his parents Mr. and husbands. The Hollands host.
candle arrangement The Bunnell Lions Club and
Mrs. W. W. Deen and her
encircled with evergreens their wives and guests enjoyed par. ed the lovely event
nits: Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Craig.
completed the scene. a dinner party at Club 92 A Christmas tree adorned
The refreshment table beautifully In Daytona Beach Friday with brightly colored bauble
decorated with lighted night Mrs. H. II. Murray and and tinsel and holly arrangements .
tapirs and greenery- was" laden District Governor Joe Glar- granddaughter, Jackie Sue were placed at vantage
with decorated' cookies, della was a special guest Beach Junior College two Murray, plan to leave Thursday points throughout the rooms
fruit cake assorted candles Gifts were presented to all years where he received an for Belton and Rockvllle, of the home. .
and punch. the la M" present associate degree In music. S. C tovlsit relative. About thirty five attended.'Lk .
He will report to the ) "-
slon Home at Salt Lake City,
Utah, January 4 for one weekof
r Instructions. From there he
r.. lI transfers to BrighamV Young

I 1 t "_ University at Provo. Utah to
i study Spanish for three

months. .
I; Upon completion of the
language course he will be assigned
to Guatemala City,
Guatemala to serve as a mis
sionary In the mission field.

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ENTERTAINEDAT

a \ YULE PARTYEntertainment
at the Flag-
let Senior Citizens Club Christ i
0 mas party Dec 17 was provided
by Lyman Gage who
played a number of selections
x on the piano; Mrs. Paul
Holden who read a Christmas
poem; and Howard Wlsehaupt
who gave a witty and Inspirational
talk. More than 61
We are deeply grateful members and guests attendedthe
luncheon and gift
exchange
fcr serving
With sincere appreciation i you. that followed the pro

Have a trulywonderful gram.

for your stood will w*" Chairman Mildred Sargeant .-
year. announced that the Club'snext
meeting Jan. 7 would be Cscw..Nc.y .
extend bfl, wishes! for 1969 at fi:00: p. m. There will be a

covered dish supper. She emDhaslzed -
F1II.. Clerk of Circuit Court
thV d w year. that the following
George M. MoodyIIARCETrSSTANDARD mating. Jan. 21, would be a
JO/0 o'clock luncheon meet *
Julia Harvey In*. The Club meets in the Land n Sea Fashions
Kathy Emery Flagler Beach Municipal
OIL SERVICE STATION Virginia Moody Building.

Joyce Patrick

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Call Laura Morris 437-3233 to

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a '
r HOG MOVEMENTSTo

facilitate the n-ovcmeiu
} of feeding and breeding. swine
Mrs. Betty Moore-Coech Jut Moore n.. Fabulous Al
from .
American Red Heads World Champion Batletbel T... faravto-farm State i H\*
/ stock injectors were being
ails Bulldog basketball team pictured above* wall) play: Crescent City Rebel in the Bunnell Gymnasium January 3.
of
Agriculture :'
Tem member* are I to r. Jeweling Larry Johnson Joe Burn- TEAM .:1pt'Ff.erm
ham. Mike Barber David Farmer and Mather Lee Williams. LOOSES the necessary irtk.>< .
PLAT HERE tIeR at the farm of origin tie
Standing are Bobby Nelson John Cook. Frank Wilson Buddy TBA ginning '
Monday December r ,
Scott. George Revels. The The Redheads, world eham- 1906.
baUers! l n girls professional basket
BHS ALL CONFERENCE TEAM MEMBERS The application for a permit
team from Ark.*sas, will
Giles temaina
the *same by calling
Lur-ell HI ,h School Fac
Tenn. >
f ycur County Agvnt. Ih per
the first )' andlu:1ni; Tt8Chy chit
will new be mald from
P. Half ': 7 at :j:3D m.. Bun- '
1r State offlee to the livestock
i favor Cymrasium The all girl Inspector assigned to the area
The ) play men tesiss' only unless the applicant designates
play in n rubs
core a practicing veterinarian
from on score."I, Highlight of the ...Ufte it a to make the inspection, at
With a halftime ReJ Ha* ::h. owner's expense.
froze the )itacular. --- -- -

twice \\' \ preliminary game-Bun- _IZGA_ ._ADVEftT''IC.UTh ____ _
the ball : Midgets versus Dela.nd -toTl(*: OK .TO KMOUKR
n :sTlsu
three Is also on the sched Notlr U hereby vlv.n thai the
throws. annul m..lln. of the 11toe ..-
l to, 54 for If you like a stood, thrilling Dun..." will b. hld al th. once
John of basketball be where of th* Hank In Uunncll. K": >rt4L.f .
not play. ThursdayJanuary. >lh. t>if.
action Is Tuesday night at S M ( p. M. for >Nil
ed 14 ; the Bunnell High School election l of a Board <<.f l>ir ctorj
,
and to ..nr. for th. vnculoa rar
:: and for th. tmiaacttoa .f *iif -.
w The other bu.'.. ** a. mayor pro.!'tyeom.
{ the o game time Is "' the .....t.... .
ttow.ll v. P.ar C..k1.r
41 to 54 6:30 p. m. fH. J$. 155 l and Jan. t. 1545 t.cA
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BHS Coach Jack Hall congratulate memabers of r his football C He'. $ ,_

team selected for the St. Johns River Conference 1968. Shown

. above are I to r, Hall John )McDaniel QB; Gary Buckles, G;

James Robertson G; Tommy Jefferson, T, right received honorable
mention. Not, pictured are Bill Harris HB; and Larry !!

Johnson, HB. .

LUCXT SPORTSMAN and fishing at Flagler Beach. .
He killed a spike deer last
Sgt. Nathan Bruce home on week and a number of squir 1969I
leave from the US Air Force, r_1s. He also irports a large ..
has had "good luck" hunting catch of fish.



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