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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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'..1:1 ,VOL. 37 NO. 52 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18 1969 $3.50 A YEAR

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28 STRAIGHT WINS FOR BUNNELL GIRLSPhotp '"
,1 ENGINEERS DISCUSS, '
4 r'" .oM .... ." .., :; ,J, .,jr;. "" _< ;J' "r--- ,.M<,1fo JUDGE APPROVES .
I SEWER PROGRAM AT "' SCHOOL

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BUNNELL MEETING REDISTRICTING
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'," ) City engineers Dawkins I S 'as. Circuit Judge Howell. Melton '

,:,I:'I '. and Associates of Orlando,, reviewed the plan presented" .
met with the Bunnell City: by the Flagler School Boardat
" .' Commissioners Monday' night a hearing Tuesday after..
to discuss the city's proposed l noon and approved a plan

: waterworks and sewer, system, that will require the, crossingof
': I, before! finalizing plans for the precinct lines.

( : million dollar project. Frank Newman, special attorney
1 \ Emory Dawkins presented r for the School Board

t 1 a summary cost estimate totaling explained to the Judge that
., $$1,080.750, The cost estimate .N the districts could not be .
. ;.:, Included construction, formed out of the present
r: $894,000;; land acquisition, eight precincts and that the
i, $16,000; engineering fees, $69- School Board had met with
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c i 8001 legal feeS $9,000; refinancing the County Board to recom
t"--: $31,020 ,(which is the mend that three new precinctsbe
.' ; sum "of 3 equal payments for ;; ;7.'. Sw created.

,N ; the present water treatment; Newman explained that the
1 ,, plant); project contingencies, County Board was reluctantto
$19,800; equipment, $6,000; create the new precincts
d: other $31,130 (to include survey =: 4 rr unless the Court ruled that:
r. $10,000; Investigations they were necessary for the

$2,500 and allowances for ,_ School Board to accomplishthe
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testing and resident inspections By Ted. Ileln -n--'n'n'n.------- 1- formulation of five districts '_

). Bunnell High ,School girls basketball teair) have a record 6f 28 straight wins. The girls team, pf equal number of elec-

: Engineering :Associate James coached by Santa Bradley, finished<< their 1968-6 9 ,season with 18 'wins and no loses. The, team's .tors in each.Newman .

Bowyer presented the follow 1969.70 record to date shows 10 wins and no loses. During the ten, years Coach Bradley has argued that while

.,i ing method for financing The the coached the girls team they Won'125 games and lost 20.: They were St. Johns River Conference the matter law of Is not crossing specific precinct on the

I I proposed expects' to project receive: a Farmer's city' champs two years 196 -62. and 1962-63; runners up in- 'the 1967.68 N. E. :Florida Girls Conference; lines, he believed that it was .

., a //Home' Administration Grant, and N. E. Florida Conference champions.in,;196 -69. '. the intent of the legislature
t for $199,000 and a' PL, 660 Pictured above are team members, standing,Jeanne Hlgglnbotham, Mary :Jo Bryant Judy. that districts be comprisedof
I Grant_ from Federal Water Williams, Barbara $ohnson, Catherine ,HarrispDelores Cooper, Marian Irvin, Dot' Jenkins, and whole precincts and not

c f Pollution Control Administration Kay Perryman; kneeling, Susan Higglnbothany Beth Matherly, Barbara Cowart, Christine Hlg- cross lines. .
'in the amount of $101 ginbotham Cherry Wadsworth and Elaine Skolar.. Judge Melton ruled that: he
750. The remaining $780,000 would accept the School Board ;

Includes anticipated water FLAGLER BEACH WOMEN ,MAffE TOYS BOARDS MEET plan'of redistricting withoutthe
Sand sewer revenue'' totaling creation of new precincts.He .
: $573,000, and $270,000 will be ON SCHOOLREDISTRICTING' requested attorneys to see
that compliance would be accomplished
I t ,obtained. from pledging cigarette : P
55 tax; funds by front-foot; The School Board and at an early date.
,assessments, or 'a combination County Commission met, in a The School Board met in,
of ,the two.; Joint session Saturday: morn special session after the hear-
Dawkins told the commis--' ing to consider the School ing and adopted a resolution
-: ,slow ''FHA would not'"require**1 1I J. Board .proposal, for establishv which officially created therw.lcnew
"" school board districts.
I "ng three neMT-precincts as'
increase a'w
a water rate. Nasprev- -
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Iou sly requested. J necessary-step In,establishingfive ." 4
school board districtsof SENATOR ASKEW
firm told''' rP
The engineering' S
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nearly equal number of
FKACLER
VISITS
the commissioners they expected electors: t 0
's, to have ''the project State Senator Rubin Askew
Special School Board Attor-
plans In complete file form, by ney Frank Newman explained was a visitor In Flagler Coun
the middle of, January. The'' to the County ,Commissionthat ty last Friday afternoon. Askew
plans will then be submittedto is from PensacOla and
the School Board had ar
the!: Division of Health:; De. rived at a plan which would served as chairman of the appropriations
partment of Health and Rehabilitation committee.
create one new precinct in
Services; Florida Askew stated that he had
Bunnell and two new precinctsat
Pollution Con- not announced his
Air and Water candidacyfor
Flagler Beach. He stated
trol;; FHA and Federal Water that the School Board was governor but his present
Pollution' Control Adminis intentions were to make suchan
tration. Technical specifica: A group of women living at Flagler Beach Trailer Park look asking that these precincts be announcement early next

\ \ lions are expected to be final- 'over toys they,made for youngsters at the Harry Anna ,Crippled created the by an Commission official actionof year. He was making a tour
County
ized by February 1. Children's :Hospital: at Umatllla. The ladies "spent many' hours of Florida when he made the
that, the plan could be presented
the to have the toys ready for delivery brief visit in Flagler.
.,, The commission aske4 the working on 'project to the Circuit Court on
engineers to meet with: them before Christmas. I. Tuesday.
5 to establish a'front .'. PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS
January "- Commissioner C. H. Cowart
foot assessment and outline'' COUNTY OFFICES TO CLOSE FLAGLER ELECTION moved that the precincts be the State of ,

,) ., a referendum.In FOR XMAS HOLIDAYS SUIT REVERSEDThe created as requested by the Florida and the Florida Federation /
In other business the commission County offices' In the court School Board. Commissioner of Woman's Clubs are
, c ', : house will close at noon Wed. District Court of Ap- Alfred clinker seconded the urging citizens and visitors to I
f. :' .\ VOTED to rezone lots 7 and nesday, December 24 and will peals Flrstw District renderedan motion Florida "A safe and enjoyable j
\ 8, Block 63 from residential remain closed until Monday, opinion December 11th During the discussion Com Christmas Season" and,
tr} k '" to commercial; at the request, December 29 In observance of which reverses the opinion of missioner George Wickline WHEREAS during the 1968 ,. !
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;, :,'i.k jof Dr. John Canakaris who the Christmas holidays, according Circuit Judge Samuel S. SmithIn stated, that It would be a Christmas Season, 219 per
;, ,' plans to erect van office building to Clerk George the election case of Shel- hardship on his constituentsin sons were killed and 10,248
''I in that area.ACCEPTED Moody. : .. ton Barber' against. George M. Flagler Beach to have to persons were. Injured on Flor- t4
,.:, "" the low bid of Moody and the Flagler Can. be divided into three pre ida Highways, and
,.: Davis Meter Company In the GARBAGE PICKUP, vassing Board. cincts. He further explained WHEREAS, most of these '
)r amount of $2,260.61 for 700 SCHEDULE CHANGE George M. Moody and Shelton that the county attorney. had accidents were, caused by' 'j I
' ,;I ft.. cast Iron pipe and fittingsfor HOLIDAYSThere Barber were candidatesfor expressed the opinion that the fast driving and by mixing I .; ,
the Flagler Housing Pro FOR Clerk of Circuit Court in school board was not prohibited drink with driving. ;
ject. Other bids submitted will be no afternoon the May primaries In' 1968. from crossing precinct linesin THEREFORE, I. Herbert '..j
<, were Hughes Supply. $2,321- garbage collections made in 'The Canvassing Board declared establishing school board Fuller, by the authority vested 5'!
28; ,and Southern Municipal Bunnell during ,the Christmas George Moody the ,winnerby districts.In in me as Mayor of the Cityof I 't
, Supply Co.'$2,324.57.ADOFFED holidays. All garbage collec two votes. Barber immediately the vote CommissionerC. Flagler Beach do hereby "
.: regulations concerning tions will be made in the filed an official comi H. Cowiant and Alfred,Tucker proclaim the period of Decem ; )
., use of Civic Center. morning hours, December 26 plaint.' voted "yes" 'on the motion ber 1, 1969 through'January 1, i
f: .' VOTED to close City Hall to'January 1. The Judges' in the local circuit and commissioners George 1970 as
,4 ),, Wednesday afternoon December declined,to .try: the case. Wicklne and Louis,Stefllk "A safe and enjoyable j'
!::. 'I" 24 and remain closed un SANTA TO', MAKE' Circuit Judge Samuel S Smithof voted "no". Commissioner Otis Christmas- Season for 1969"
" r:) "' til ,Monday December 29 for VISIT AT F. B.COMMUNITY Lake City 'was' finally assigned Hunter was out of the;:.county. and hereby ,urge every citizen
the Christmas holidays. The ', PARTY to the case. The motion failed to'carry. and visitor to be especially
$;i'", office will .be closed all-day The wail of the fire\ truck The judge did not render a The county'commissioners careful and to drive defensively 't1

.....:.. January 1, New Years Day., siren ? at 7 p.' m., Tuesday;, decision on the' merits of the expressed themeslves as be: during this period. '\.
, .. ,- APPROVED giving $20 December 23, will ,signal San case due to the fact that the' ing' willing to go along with Herbert Fuller
Christmas bonuses .to city ta's arrival for the' annual case was dismissed on the School 'plan to create the Mayor I
\ clerk, street and water supervisors Community Yule party at grounds that an Improper affidavit new percincts if ,the Circuit .
and police chief; $10 Flagler Beach, Santa Claus stating' that, the complaint Judge? _ruled them necessary. TIDE TABLE' "
to city laborers/ ; and ,$5 to office will make his appearance in "was' not 'sworn to as Tides for December 18-24 .
S .S \ personnel. ,front of, the firehouse and will' required by Florida Statute '' ,'.
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ADOPTED a revised mobile. ,distribute' candy-filled Stockings '102.161 and 'the ,purported affidavit TRIBUNE 'XMAS'GREETING IIIGIt LOW .
,, home. park ordinance.. -to the, youngsters.. attached thereto is a ISSUE Day A.M. P.M' ,, kM.! P.M.' <
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HEARD City .Attorney', J., Hi 'y' t The community party Is nullity". Anyone who desires to place, 18 4:00 ,4:24': 10:1810:24: ..
Tucker report on meeting with sponsored by the. Flagler Judge 'J. Bawls reversed the a holiday greeting in this 18.. 5:00: ,5:18. ::1.1:12 1.1:18 '
Farmer's Home Administration Beach 'Volunteer Fire, Depart- Circuit Court decision and remanded special issue should call by 20'' 5:54 ;6:12 12:00: U:59:
officials ,'last week In ment. Refreshments ,'of ,coffee the case fo/ further our office and select'an' adfrom 21 6:36: 6:54: 12:01: 12:48:
Gainesville discuss repay and cookies will be served by proceedings. His decision ''was our catalog.. Deadlinefor 22 7:24' 7:42: 12:42.: 1:30'
ment for the proposed sewerage the .ladies of the Fireman'sAuxiliary concurred by Judges DonaldK. greeting ads is 12, noon 23 8:06: 8: 8:1.:24: : 2:12'
system. : Carroll and J. Wiggingltonl Monday, December 22. 23 8:42: 9:00: 2:00: 2:48


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THURS.. DECEMBER 18 1969
2-THE< FLAGLZR: TRIBUNE
3UagIrr arrilnntf'INCORPORATED Entered de aecond class matter
February 8, 1913, at the postoffice .
; BUNNICLL. J'LOnIDA '. ,-at Bunnell Florida under
1 1iditor
Act of ;March. 8. 1876.
JOHN A. CLEOO '" ,.':*. ,. ..
...... and Publisher t ,* "; it" '" ..\. ,"f ;i1. C.psOa. :

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De.isa, ; ,Lesal"ted.,-ew.pape"i..f1 Advertising} a" .4.OO.. 11'11.Per; Year C.aat7. <: .

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'.'\,' EDITORIAL, <" .- .. '

: WHERE IS THE CHRISTMAS .SPJ RIT7 ''I
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Sometimes. we can become so epgcbssed lrh everyday U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING" i ir..t'

things that are going on around us, that we Just do not take ,.''p' j
note of the things that are i\ot happening. RIB ROAST 1'1 r.,) : ::1: ;. ." Ib.I 98' 1

This week someone caled"otft 'attention to the fact that ,;.... .. j
Bunnell does not have a Christmas lighting contest for businessor 'nr 9'W "; ,*,- \ 1'
homes. Neither have any arrangements been made for Santato '
have a Community Christmas Party In Bunnell.We Lean Western "CENTER CUT" PORK : ::

are glad to see that ;more spirit Is being' exhibited at .
Flagler Beach. The Garden Club Is sponsoring the home decOration LOIN ROAST \ lb. : 78
contest. And. the Flagler Beach Volunteer Firemen' and .
Auxiliary are sponsoring a Santa community,visit to the Flagler
,Beach children. '

.. You would think the business people of Bunnell would wantto Frosty Morn "SMOKED" SHOULDER (6-8 Ib.

stimulate some Interest and. generate some "Christmas: Spirit"
even If their only motive was,to increase sales: But, it is easierto ygib.4cg i
sit back and< say "What's the/. use. Everybody' is doing their PICNICS i
shopping In Daytona anyway". i

We do commend the service clubs churches and other organizations ti
who. are sending: gifts to hospitals, boys schools,
children homes and local needy children. Unfortunately, these .
projects involve too few of us when we should all have a spiritof Lean Western !'DOSTON BUTT" Frosty Morn "PURE ORK". 1
giving or doing for others At Christmas time.It '

Is too late to generate much interest or spirit for this year. 'I' PORK ROAST SAUSAGE.
I
The)Flagler Tribune has a responsibility. The Chamber of Commerce 'Ib
has a responsibility., So 'do. the: civic organizations and, ,j f' ., .58. e : Roil 49 .;
.. merchants. With a year'* to 'plan .we.should.look..forward amore :" ..' \.
;
,-spirited Christmas Season:]in 1970, WI o.'H'T' -,
Our spirits are always deflated when we hear: of a theft 'Tender "SMOtfED". H .161b'Aygo) J HALF OR WHOLE ';'

from a church or chapel. We wonder' how any local person could
become so debased or"so callous: as to steal the tape: player
from the newly dedicated chapel at Bunnell'-General;:Hospital. : '

lowly Maybe thing.someone. from out' '.of the .county slipped in.I to do this HAM < 'J b. 69CU.


;Through 'efforts of the local hospital administration and

\ commemorative.gifts from many. Individuals a verjfworshlpful t ... -
retreat had been provided in the hospital for use/Of patientsand
*their families for meditation. Now they have:/t sit in silence '
and be deprived of tha pleasure of listening to the christ. S. D. (ACHOICE <
: STEAKS Ib.
mas'carols.! .* \ : CHUCK 68 | I

John A. Clegg .
., .. \
,,Z .. .. -.. '.. vangeline..Wmit 2) No. 2Vfc: Can ,,
ing to ike, advantage of the Sweet .
;" new program will be requiredto POTATOES 'Fo2r 490. MAXWELL,HOUSECOFFEE .
Too Late register and receive an ,
identification card there will Ocean Spray CRANBERRY: 16 oz. Can '
I I be no bureaucratic red-tape or .. .
: F 1
To Classify questionnaries. All they need ,SAUCEa ,,' 'Z 14ge x .4
ill do is apply and provide evidence ,t -. '1.--1;: :" .149C
\ By Russell Kay that they are over 60 .' Red an4 WhUe .-'' 4 .' No..303 Can I
While political leader and years of age.Registration. ''Fruit Limit
'For 1 with $5.00 or more food order
bureaucratic agencies are still will' begin Dec COCKTAIL 2 49C :
talking about a food programand ember 15 and. run throughDec. I
nutritious diet for our 20 during the\lunch and Miracle Whip (Limit 1) Qt. Jar IJ
eldsters private industry in dinner hours at all Park Lane SALAD J
Miami has set out ,to do some- cafeterias. Free refreshments DRESSING Ea. 49C Joe Crain's Grade "A"
thing about it. apply ; given all those who i" 1
Meter Maid Industries, Inc., during this period. Green Giant 12 Can SMALL I
oz.
Future, registrations will be "E'GGS J
operating Park Lane Cafeterias
N'B
has inaugurated food held the first and last Wed TSc'CORN' 1 Z: f"4ge ,
program for senior citizens nesdays';of every month. .. .
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without the aid of either fed Greenfield; said that he de.' .% Dozen
..... ._. 99cFROZEN
eral or ,local funds by the tided to make this gesture, -\ -;. :::: ,DIXIE /
Dade County Board of County "because something had to be ..' CRYSTAL
Commissioners. done to help feed these :peo-v;, J' '
When the federally financed pIe"' and since ggvernment'finarciai \ :. /. SUGAR
Citizen's aid was no longer, : FOODSMorton's
Senior yHot Meal Pro_ --
available. lIe decided It
gram was discontinued recently was
for lack of funds; Meter up to private ,Industry to do 5 Bag 290 20 oz. Size
what It could. ,
Maid Industries, Inc. worked PUMPKIN
out a program of its own. "The community has al- PIES 'For '
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order or MINCE Z 6ge
Stuart Greenfield' Meter .ready done a lot for us and
Maid president, in announc- this is our way of doing some Glacier Club (Ass't. Flavors)
ing the plan said, "I'm extremely thing for the community" he
happy and gratifiedthat f said.Meter FRESH PRODUCE ICE. CREAM ({ 690
we have the blessing of Maid Industries Inc. I.
the County Commission, although estimates that. about 5,000 Juicy RedAPPLES
it really wasn't nee-, people will take part.daily
essary since no state or local as opposed to 500 in the original .4 Bag 490
funds are asked for the pro program.' S CRISCO
ject." Golden ;RipeBANANAS h
Greenfield said that under -
I JORDAN APPOINTED TO
the plan senior citizens: may IblOc 3 o
receive two meals a day, seven CHAPPELL Ga. Red ''SWEET'. Tin 59-
days a week consisting of
p' a hot protein entree green POLLUTION COMMITTEE' POTATOES, '2 "T Limit 1 with
;. vegetable a starch, salad, desert Don Jordan I County Agent, 250 $5.00 or more food orderPOOD
r;", and beverage at a total r
was ,.recommended by the
cost of 88 cents at.any of the Board
of County Commissioners
,, Park Lane cafeterias In the ,-to 'serve on'the' Advisory 1 J
county. oCmmlttee on Pollution Con l
'. The former program that trol as requested by Congress...
'.,, was halted for lack of funds man William Chappell. The
k only provided ogre meal a day, Board recommended Jordan at
five days a week and was a special meeting held Saturday RODGERS' '
confined to certain centers' morning. :

a. J" within Provision the City has of been Miami.'made Chappell met' with the /ilk IIiIIlIIII 1t
county and city' commissions
under the for takeout
new plan '
when he was In FUagler

'additional meals when cost,: of desired only at an..12cen'ts. County three weeks ago and -t [mini'111' ,/
featuring all disposable talked to the combined groups OPEN SUNDAYS '
about the problems of air andwater '
utensils. pollution. 8100 a.m.,!:OO p.m. Phone 437.3227
+' While senior citizens wish Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Dec. U.S. No- 1 BUNNELL,
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,.3-. -."THE.. .. FXJlGUESt..... "- 'TRIBUNE,.,. Th..inS." DECEMBER r 18.' .-1969. HEALTH OFFICIAL INCOME VETERANS

RECOMMENDS QUESTIONNAIRE '
SAFE DRIVING a common violation/ resultingIn

accidents and occurring POLIO VACCINE ,. The Veterans are'A: ::
HINTS :, ,". "' :-. ',:' most frequently 'on two lane .. ; ... tlon issued a reminder : ..
v dl .
... ...." .....::1 roads: i. I ,. > Polio,, that paralyzing : veterans a nd widows '
The Florida Highway Patrol .. sease of the past. could come
Giving a signal before a receive pensions and to :
reminded motorists back to Florida :unless more
today
.' .turn does not grant the right- ents receiving
that youngsters are immunized
passing highways or turning requires onFlorlda's'.l of-way, said Clifton. A driver against the :disease, accord* to be sure and return the ,
Intending to turn'Jeft Is, re- come questionnaire ,
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Division '
tl lat % Ingthe. of Health
: tdriy.fcrs be'
ajent.for v
; ""' ,to "We certain' with ch ksqated' '
hives approaching "Irom.therear. + Iqulred no Vej- .(, Dr. Wilson T.;,Sowder director ]
.' I.hides'are: approaching from of the Divisioji of Health, Raymond S. Smith- ,
either direction before mak said there are an estimated County Veterans Service '

"Florida law prohibits ing the turn. ,':,,paid the patrol 120,000 chlldreri under the cer, said that VA benefits ecJ

changing lanes, direction' or' commander.. ?', age of six, who have,not had

course while a vehicle Is at.., """Most : vehicles are.now their, first dose of polio vac .' -
tempting- to overtake or pass equipped:with an 'outside rearview cine to complete the series. "

your vehicle. This Includes window. Use It wisely "A few years ago there were : :,'WiC LINE BUILDING

making a left turn while be- and often, as you use any a number' of mass campaignsto .
safety equipment, and It will ; '
ing passed said Colonel Reid immunize the citizens of .
,
Clifton :Director: of the Florida. save your life," Clifton con,. SUPPLY
-, ... eluded. : ',,.Florida against polio, Dr. T .
Highway ,Patrol. 4
Sowder ,said. "This alone did .

Patrol .records ,show this. .Is '. ',LEGAL, AUVMUTISBMiBNTIN" not. .do-the Job." I
'. 11 He went'on to say there are NOW A DEALER QF I
.
TIIR COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
LIW.&L::. ADVJlRTt.mMJDn: : IN AND FOR VLAOtLfSR : always some groups of sus. :
COUNTY, FLORIDA ceptible children left after Asphalt Coated Drainage Pipe
IN TIIR COUNTY JUDQKfS, :-. IN PROBATE tout .
who
.COURT;, IN AND FOR KIAO- IN RE ESTATE! OFKATHBRINE such:campaigns were'not
LICRCOUNTY.,. KbOIUDA.. IN I. O'RTAN. Immunized. These groups together
paODATIC also known aa Catherine with Will be glad to quote prices,. on requestBABBITT'S
NO. aria .... J. O'Ryan. a growing number
.
IN ItB: ESTATE 'OK deceased of new babies who are
CZt J. MISSINNE. NOTICE! Of FINAL. REPORT ?' .
a/k/a ,c.Sj. MISSINNE.aka AND APPLICATION FOR DIS- also'not( immunized, could
CIIAHUE8 .JOHN MI3SIN, ., CnAnOID provide for the, reintroduction .- .... ... -
NE X>eceaae of the disease into Florida.
NOTICE !
: TO. CREDITORS
that the undersigned aa ancillary J
To. all creditors and all p raon* executor of said estate., The polio Viruses, which reside PLU'MBING?
having: claim or demand haa completed the administration -
in hurrtans/ have
a potential
against said eatatet .
thereof and haa filed in aald .
You. and each of you. are here' Court his final report and application for an epidemic' should 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE SERVING
by notified. and required to proent for discharge. Objections conditions be right. Usually- ". .
any ;clalma and demand thereto. If any. ahould be duly FLAGLER COUNTY
which you or either. of you. may After filing pub there Is more danger in .. ..
have against the eatate of eho: tlrooi: : .
showing has the k "
school\ on playground, or RepairsSales
CICAnUKS J. MISSINNE, a/k/a been published once week for ., :
C. J. MISSIHNB.a/k/a: CHAKL.KS four (4) consecutive weeks: the areas where children} gather. ." -Pump Sales Service (
JOHN MISSINNE. deceased late matter will come before the
Dr. Sowder said there are '"
of Flagler County. Florida to Court. Residential. Commercial Contracting .
the County Judge of Flakier First. publication on December three strains of polio viruses .. .
County, at hla office In the Coun X; 1969 '
and children must be Immunized : Residence. Phone: 439-2098-12-1 p. m..
ty Courthouse In
Bunnell. Flanr- FORREST J. IRWIN .
ler County. Florida, within sixmonths As Ancillary Executor against all three -for, ._ : -, .. 7.8.m. '
from the date of first Claude (i. Yarn !. r ? .' *, .
publication of this notice. Post Office Box 374 i -
11'eyof
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Each claim or: demand, must St. Augrustlne Florida.t ,.. added .that the Division :
be In writing--and must atate the Attorney for Ancillary1 r.Ex'u'' .: Health 'has a program to .a
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address of the claimant and must ,Jmmunlz Infants against
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Each creditor shall deliver NOTICE} UNDER" FICTITIOUS. they I are 18 months of age. "
sufficient coplea I of his claim to NAME" 'LAW Spiritualist Reader & ; :-
enable the County Judge to mall ; Only about 80 percent of such x

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Dated lhl" 21.t day of NoVera-'. ..n business under. the flc- "more doses of Sabin oral polio NOW OPEN
ber MARIETTA 1969. B. MISSINNE.Aa DR.tltloua PEPPER name of BOTTLING .COM .. vaccine; .about 70 percentof Sister Hope can"and will

Administratrix of the PANT OF* DAYTONA BEACH. '18-month-olds have. had help you with. all yourproblems.

Estate ofCHARLES J. MISSINNE. LAKELAND FLORIDAat AND MELBOURNE. .two or more doses. ,

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a/k/a CHARLES JOHN Florida. intends wtfh recommends that Spirituals $'" 00
MISSINNE later the said name theClerk agency .II. this ad t
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Attorney for Administratrix NATIQNAU "BEVERAGES. months; and a third dose at and Phone 829.2936* i
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Kathleen Buckles'x married Sunday at Saint There was a reception after

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'. FMltIISS Photo By" Ted Heln Carole Hardin ", / S 'teacher in''Flagler County the will make their home at

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' :. MR. KENT ARE Miss Patricia Lingold sis Ralph Harrison ..?i"'- ... The, Rev. Thomas Mabley, when they will move to. In. .
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I' 'c. .t:. 'of'Rev. and Mrs. John L. Lin-" "" Grades 4-6 : i ," y. '
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gold Bunnell. Her husband is, bridegroom, was flower girl, Becky Anders \ invited guests. Clerk at Halifax District Hos-
the son of Mr. and Mrs. C E. and Terry Kent, brother of the Dale Clegg r' DINNER PARTY pital. ', .

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r Escorted by her father the 'Wayne' Kent served as his Wendy Cummins .t 1'\ '' and Mrs. Gene- Pache uncle honoree,for the gala occasion..
1 bride wore a formal gown of brother's best man. Ushers Teresa Edwards ::... \.,\, <0 and aunt of the bride elect f-- 1 ,\.-
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g with a fittted bodice There was a reception after Ray Johnston Hazen, III, will be married Richard Cantrell.
4, bishop sleeves and a 'chapel ward at Ravine Gardens Civic Kim Knight Saturday, December 20 at

i : ,.. train. A headdress of lace andv Center, Palatka. Lisa'' Kinney ''. .11', T p.. 'm.' in the Bunnell First. MARYLAND VISITORS < .. "
v orange blossoms encrusted, After a wedding trip to Miami Tammie Lynn United Methodist Church. "; .

with seed pearls held her' fingertip Mr. and Mrs. Kent are, at Betty Montana '"} "'All friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dixon'l, *, '
: .t veiL She carried a cas home at Rt. 1, Elkton, Florida Pam Morris the. couple are invited to the have arrived for three weeks>: '

:\ cade of white carnations cen- Missey" Robertson: ,1.;[ceremony and reception after vacation at Flagler Beach. The *:.J.,

t. Bryant Robinson ward at Bunnnell Civic Center. Dixons are staying In the ',.. .
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; SHOWER, FETES mums flanked with pink lighted .
Carol Jean Smith & Brown-Paulling beach house ',. ,
.. I BRIDE ELECT tapers formed the center- Jerry Tllton '" s PINETTES YULE PARTY while, here. -?' ;
piece .for the serving table '
.' Miss Cella Joyce Emery who Pinettes
: and their husbandshad
bride of overlaid with a white cut- ARRIVES FOR VISIT '
the
r will become their annual Christmas VISITS PARENTS
Refreshments of ,
work cloth.
,'v .....,. Lawrence Oliver on December dainty cakes mints nuts and Raleigh Green, Tyler, Texas, party"Saturday night at Ma-: 'Mrs. Steve .Brannon I( left. ''X14.l .
27, was complimented a coffee served to 25 invited arrived Monday for a 'Visit in rineland. / .
were :
bridal 'shower Thursday eve Bunnell with his brother In Enjoying the Yuletide affair .Saturday to return to her.'

ning at the home of Mrs. Tom guests.attending, Among were Mrs.the law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. were Mn. and Mrs. II. V. Pea. home at Tucson, Arizona after ', f' ".

''t: 1 ..." Perry Jr., Palatka. Cohostesses guests Johnny Metts. vy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haw spending a week at Espanola.
""Ii""" John ,Seay and Miss Kathryn .
were Mrs. William Buck and visiting her parents Mr. and.
kins <-Mr. and Mrs. Charles
J 7Ar Mrs. E. L. Emery, sisters of the bride Mrs. A. G. '
Miss Kay Tringle. Bradley. .
Cowart, Mr. and Mrs. Herr
'Walker assisted, with the elect, Mrs. W"L. Patrick and do-it-yourself Other guests at the Bradley '
" schel King Mr.and Mrs. S. Jnniton
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Celia aunts of the
Miss. Lord home last J
week Peti
serving. were Ed
i : rl,:' Pink and white chrysanthe- bride elect, all of Bunnell.I ; ,Mr., Mr and and' Mrs.Mrs::Sam Tommy Bertha erson, ,Seville; Mrs.' Florle ', '' ). "i,

I" M1 r > THRIFTCOIN ,Bertha! Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Fletcher, Miss Leona Bradley! ,

,.I : 'J" Wilkerson: Mr. and Mrs. Cliff ,..and'W.. ?. Bradley, ,Branford; \'i" ,

i I' t FORGOT r.... s. : CAR WASH Sheffield:Austin Tilton.'and. Mr. and Mrs. Trenton and Mrs: : Mattie Rodgers.. ,, I
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I you'll readily find a wonderful s.- 1 5 POTTED PLANTS IN''{ BLOOM 'T' 't ;:.:.:.. i

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7-THE FLACLER ,TRIBUNE TOURS. DECEMBER 18, 1969 FLAGLER BEACH '

TRAILER PARK < :

About NEWS CHURCH .

TO THE Mrs. Lucy Dearing is taking :
Our ServicemenTERRY [LETTERS off from her duties the Bun. r

nell General Hospital to spend Jnws .
with relatives In .
the holidays \ -
COLE"PROMOTED -:

Terry Cole,has been promoted For Shame on the Irate Parents Indiana.Most every winter residentis METHODIST PLAN ....:
to Specialist 6th Class. He back here. The recent arrivals ALATHEAN CLASS ENJOYS

is stationed with. the 45th We think it is are the Shanks, Ohio; the CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY
a sad
Field Hospital in Vicenza, state of affairs very ; Warners and Summervilles,*
Italy. Chief when the Police Michigan. Also the Hopkins The ATathean' Sunday School The First Methodist Church I
is .censured'
(-0-) missive by per from Missouri.The Class of the First Baptist of Bunnell Is planning their, .

BROSS WOUNDEDIN for doing parents his of children toy project for the Harry- Church of Bunnell enjoyed Annual Birthday Party for
ing the duty in protect' Anna Crippled Children's Hospital their Christmas luncheon at Jesus to be held' at the church 1
VIETNAM property of the resi-
dents. Would has been completed by the home of Mr. and Mrs.. H.. Sunday evening, December21st
PFC James Bross, Flagler ents feel the these same par. Mrs. John Ranch Mrs. Paul H. Murray Sunday. Attendingthe at 7:30.: The children

Beach, was wounded Novem were their,' same way If It. Enos, Mrs. Fred Lowe, Mrs. affair with the Murrayswere choir will render several se'
property that had
ber 13th when a truck In been broken into Carl Same and Mrs. Carl Lar- Mrs. E. A. Hunter, Mrs.D. lections.
which he was riding hit a else's children by someone sen. Also Mrs. Mary Oswald H. Emery Mrs. C. R. Creal, A movie entitled "Silent:
? Do
mine in Vietnam and the' that the they think. and Mrs. Robert Tiffany. Mrs. A. A. Tucker, Mrs. H. A. Night The Story of Christmas.
laws
truck was blown. up. Bross forced should be en. The materials contributed Eisenbach, Mrs. Henry Wells, Carol" will be shown. An ,

lost his right eye and frag., them and against theirs?everyone. but by Mrs. Clyde McManus, Miss :Mrs. John Kendall and Miss ferlng? will be taken Oft:

ments hit 'the other eye causing Congratulations to the Commissioners Irene McManus and Mrs. May Kiefer. the benefit. of the C lIdre I .
consierable' loss of sight Kleta Enos for the project Home at Enterprise.

according' 'to members of his Police Chief.who A brief upheld investigation our- were greatly appreciated.On BEACH BAPTISTS Refreshments will be serv-
family December' tenth, Mrs. ed. .
has
shown that the ma.
Bross Is now in Medical Jority of laws abiding citizensdo Ranch Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Enos PLAN YULE .'
Holding Company in 106th not know our Chief's and Mrs Saine accompaniedMr. ACTIVITIES"Thoughts XMAS SERVICES ) -
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General His and Mrs. Robert Tiffanyto ; :
Hospital addressis .
name.
Many praise the man PLANNED AT F. B. |
APO San Francisco, California ner in which he covers the Umatilla to help+ deliver the About Christ ; -
96603. area cruising continually. On toys to Matron Opal Huskey, mas" is the theme of the spec. METHODIST CHURCH |
(-0-) the other hand those R. N. She told us how they ial Christmas. musical pro. '
SP/4 JOHNSON that he has caught and persons always plan to have a big gram to be presented Sunday, A special Christmas pro-
ecuted for pros. tree and a santa to appear on December 21 at 8 p. m. at the gram at the Flagler Beach
RECEIVES ARMY.COMMENDATION offenses are the
United Methodist Church at?
Christmas day for the"child- Flagler Beach First Baptist
MEDAL opposing only ones him.who are violently Church. Beginning at 7:30p. at 7 p. m. December 21 will i

:(Specialist Four Albert We are fortunate In'having ren.Mrs.. Nancy Blake of the m. Christmas music' will be feature a manger scene by ',
( staff showed us to the : the church school and a
gladly played prior
Johnson Jr., whose parents a Police Chief that is willing program '
live In, Bunnell, received the to enforce the law equally' for through the rooms. It Is remarkable The public is invited. drama "Why The ChimesRang" :
Army Commendation Medal ,all the citizens. The citizensof to see what is being t Children of nursery, begin. ,directed by Mrs. Clyde
done to restore good and primary Duensing, Jr. The Rev. E.
ners Sunday
and
was promoted to his pres. Flagler Beach should do all
ent rank while serving with within health to so many children,by School classes will have their Lester Stanton will be narra-
their power to keep
doctors, teachers, and many annual Christmas party tor. Gifts for Sarah Hunt _
the 25 the': Infantry Divisionnear and encOurage such a man in
Home For Children will be
others who volunteer their Thursday, December 18 from
Tay NInh, Vietnam. office; he is helping us to
Spec. 4 Johnson earned the maintain law and, order. services. I 7 to 8 p. m. at the church. Hostesses presented.The .
award for meritorious serviceas Mrs. Robert Tiffany ''are Mrs. Jeff Davis, annual Candlelight
clerk William G., Richter Mrs. H. T. Shlll and Mrs. Max Service will be at 11OO p .m.
J Head.
supply
a ra
TROOPER BILL; SAYS Christmas Eve at the church::,
quarters Company, 4th BattalIon riving .
overseas last January.He Hall.Miss Stella Weaver Is In The Rev. Dallas Browning will,
of the division's. 23rd In, also holds ,the Combat: Infantryman RENEW YOURDRIVER'S of give the meditation. Chrlst- .
charge arrangements
fantry.He Badge. LICENSE $Z .. the Junior Class Christmas mas carols will be presented
entered the Army, in The 21-year old soldier,is*a ,DURING YOUR _" slated December by the choir. .
party Thursday, -
August T19G8 and was 'station. 1968 graduate of American
BIRTH MONTH 18 at .6 p. m. at the The public Is invited. ; 't
ed at Ft.: Polk La. before Business
are College.! 0# church. An anthem by the church\

'choir arid carols' will be prey .
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE sented at the morning wor ',

..... CHURCH SERVICES ship service Sunday, December ->
: .f rf.. 21. Dr. Browning will have'. '
: SUNDAY DEC. 21 as his sermon topic "Imman-j

; "Is the Universe, IncludingMan uel; God With Us" -
:3" Evolved by Atomic I '
; Snap > Force?" This question constitute s I METHODIST, MEN ". '::'', .

> up the subject of next Sun ft/ I
:.. :> day's Christian Science Les- MET WEDNESDAY 4

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son-iSennon. The lesson comtains The Bunnell Methodist Men| I
this verse from Revela \
held a supper meeting at the| ,
tion: "We give thee thanks, ,'
Haw Creek Community' Hall ,
: O Lord God Almighty, which '
i art, and wast, and art to Wednesday evening. j-:f
H. bargain
a come; because thou hast taken t'': "
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH : .
to thee try great power,
R and hast resigned." CHICKEN DINNER, ,f.::; Y. I
A related passage 'from the
denominational. textbook, Science FRIDAY. DEC 19 IiolinessChurch .

and Health 'with Key to The Pentecostal :

Electric; rates the Scriptures by Mary Baker : : is sponsoring a chicken ;?

Eddy, states:' "The central dinner Friday, December
y } ;.j have gone down fact of the Bible Is the sup. 19 from 11:30 a. m. until 1:3O
eriority of spiritual over physical p. m. at the Bunnell Civic
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eleven times f.. ,:/ power.:" ,Center.' ( .
Reservations can be 'made'by

u4? Y g o- tr Y a #P'xe: s since 1957!. ,ATTEND THE. calling 437-3925 or 437-',

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:.., CHURCH OF YOUR -
Proceeds will .be used foe,
t CHOICE ON SUNDAY church projects. i

v "' :, Snap!And your home Is {'; tii: 1

k a ) \k 'A > flooded with light. Twist a dial. '>"'\, .
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your NOTICE
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( shopping. Click I And stars ;"*"' .

>r H t of entertainment: world .i** Barber: Shop Will Be Open .,

s :r < 'J come into the room, %.\..Y .

f : k J J in full color. {r ', | WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24th' |:
electricityJ
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t fit' z a x we often forget how 'miraculous I,

: } ,) '' it all would; have seemed a,few tf''.{. ;,' ", Flagler' Beach

I generations ago. And we seldom '. -

know,what a great bargain \ "-
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<:F J ; flameless electric is, especially 1" '- ,vi:

a > Y in these inflationary times. .. -- -- jI
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families today Is one-third less :.. ;:. Qqristntus! uuift tt ;

than It.was'in 19571 t .. G"Favorite

No'wonder.then, that you :. J .. t. '
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biggest bargain in budget. .
your ; ,

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I UNLAWTULINCERTmN BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
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CAL OF be distributed tQ ys .
HpAR I
Ranch.' -... FLAGLER: WATERS
EVENTS < (.'} PLAN AHEAD FORCHRISTMAS
I J' Sunday, Decem er '21: Bun- Persons$ harvesting oysters

odaf.:\..')rJetidJy! ,Circle dinner p e J 1:Iethodist-ChUrfiH: annual! and clams within Flagler : ,'
paf-tr,a 1. p. nt. at the Bun- Birthday Party tor Jesus at County are being asked to ob ,' -
31 U:. staurnnt. A gift ex.ange 7:30; p. m. The public is in- serve state laws which prohibit LET US HELP YOU PLAN FOR
'fJ: } will follow at the; vited. taking shellfish from un-
.nome of Mrs. Robert Cook, (.o-) approved growing areas. _Gun Racks :: Built in Kitchens

Magnolia, Avenue, Bunnell. Monday, December 22: Flag 'The Bookcases :: Built In Furniture \
most recent Information
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-0- ler Beach Lions Club will
I .we have shows that area Vanities :: Breakfast Bar
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Flagler Beach City Commissioners meet at 7:30: p. m. In Its club- .
,< ',' meeting at 7:3O p. m. room at Milland Hotel. of the Matanzas River (Intra- No order too small (minimum $4)
coastal located
),
Waterway
a. (.0.) (-o-) between navigation markers Laminated Plastics :: Upholstery Fronts
The Flagler County Nursing Tuesday, December'23: Bun-
109 and 97, as approved for
Council meeting scheduled nell Lions Club luncheon FREE ESTIMATESEvening
taking shellfish, according to
meeting at 12:15 at Bunnel .
December 18 has been canceled Florida Marine Patrol Ser
according to Mrs. Bernie Civic Center. Planning, Arranged
( ) geant John. Seay. Taking oys
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Wilson president. v ters or clams from other 437-3928
Haw Creek Community any 107 Bay St. Day 437-3513 Night
(-0-) area of Flagler County would
Christmas party at 7:30 p. m.
Friday, December 19: Bun- in the Community Hall. Santa be Illegal i
nell Lions Club Yule party at
make his annual .
will
appear- Navigation marker 109 is located
Johnsons, US 1 and
Howard
-, ance and distribute gifts to a short distance north :
195. Those planning to attend the children. Refreshmentswill of Blrig's Fish. Camp and
reminded to bring gifts to HOME
are CRAIG FUNERAL
LI be served. marker 97 Is near Washing. !
ton Oaks Garden State Park.
A. B. CRAIG. Funeral Director #
Persons convicted of taking
n I shellfish from unapprovedareas JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR

BINGO 8:00: P. ; M subject themselves to a OXYGEN ,
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fine of $500 or imprisonmentin LADY
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.. FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALT the county jail for a periodnot cONDITIONED: I I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED
to exceed six months. CHAPEL AMBULANCES
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Disabled American Veterans ful to possess oysters with a Phone ID 7-3532
shell measurement of less ,
than 3 inches. Undersize 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
TONIGHT ( ) ioysm
I Thursday ters must:be separated

FREE REFRESHMENTS larger ones and returned to.
the growing area. Clams are
/ Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 I not protected by a size law.

NO MINORS ALLOWED Since Marine Patrol Officers
have no authority in determining .
what, shellfish areas will after you see
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rmOqER TRIBUNE THURS.. DECEMBER 18. 19&I! HOSPITAL NOTES for completion is the Emergency

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ADMISSIONS:

COMMISSARY necessary Armetha Durrance, John TPcriienfly' night Observation Ward,
showing the
Marin Melba which is hoped to be completed
Reese, Dorothy ,
PRIVILEGES FOR amount of compensation and
by January 1, 1970.
Brannam Mario Mercddo, Edna
the ,
law
under which the
The hospital is sporting a
DISABLED VETSCommissary award is made. Mahone, Catherine Bowen, Speaking '
Application
look the Administration
new on -
Ruth Lockett Mary Vandllng,
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is then made
store with the Com Building and the passageway -
privileges Nagl Abraham, Charles Will.
available "to'' Honorably discharged mandlng ation Officer of the Install lams Theresa Huber, Mattie By HOMER H. BENTLEY through the hospital.For .
where the
veterans of the Armed located.: Commissary'is Battles, Luetta Wesley, Julia those of you, who have
Administrative DirectorI not noticed Antique Brick has
Services and the United States Lovelace Jenevieve LaquagHa -

Coast Guard, who are totally Dixon said because a totally Joseph Milton Wet tsst a In, sincerely 'hope that you been the theme for the decor.As .

disabled because of si service disabled veteran generally is Brooks, Mtlton Wettsstaln, will fprglve the writer for not we approach the holiday

connected disability, are eligible not physically able, to visit Mary Van iling, Janle Tingley, following through on the season, it gives each of us a ,

for Commissary privi the Commissary, he is permitted Raymond Krutz Jack Abbott. weekly basis for the column chance to reminisce. It was

leges. Generally prices of most to designate one adult DISCHARGED: that has appeared in the pa- approximately ten years ago
below those member of his family as his that I had the pleasure of first
items are
charged Vand
Donald Brock, Mary per. The construction and other -
local stores.M. agent in making purchases.For serving as Administrator of
by ling, Mina Karsen, Karen Roe, administrative duties have
T. Dixon of the Divisionof assistance on this Dixon this fine hospital that we havein
and '
Karen Hull Baby Boy, been so pressing, it has made'
Veterans Affairs said to obtain suggests that you see your Robert Spratt, James Byrd, it Impossible for me to, at Bunnell. At that time, ,the "
local Veterans' bed census and capacity was ,
a Commissary permit, an County Service Ruth Lockett, Louvada Math. least, compose this on a week "

award letter from the VA Is Officer. Is, John Reese, Frances Bowers ly level. It is ''hoped that the only later the 25, and census now capacity ten years has

Mattie McCarthy, Mary future columns, after the beginning more than doubled. I made

Baker. of the year, will be
the 'unhappy mistake of leaving
devoted to a bi-monthly column
friendly Flagler County,
CLASSIFIEDADS BIRTHDAY DATA rather than a weekly on one occasion and it is my

I Happy, birthday this week to: column. New Years resolution not to

Today:
Novick, Gene Holly, H. J. Eb- is one hundred per cent I'm looking forward to a most

erhardlnger, Viola Hocker. complete and the remodelingof happy and pleasant association

Friday: Ann. Batten. the patient rooms from 101 both for the hospital and

Saturday: Howard W. Sears, through 110 is now complete. the residents of this great

TROPIC.GARD :N- Grace Clay, Charlie Smlglel Carpeting has been installedIn county.

Let us help beautify Flagler WANTED Companion for ski, Teresa Cummins, Dorenda the old private room sectionas May I extend to you and
sick lady not bedridden or well as the new section and
County.! Large variety of ever- Cummins. yours a very Merry Christmasand
helpless. No housework. Give has been ImprovedIn
greens, palms, hedge ,plants. Monday: Tracey Cook. lighting the most prosperous of
age, references and salary. the corridors well.
Tuesday: Kenny Dawson. as .:
5%; miles S of Bunnell on all New Years.
Write P. O. Box 158, Flagler George The project now remaining
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc Wednesday: )
: Beach, Fla32036. Dec. 4, 2tc Haines Jr. 'Jones Rhea ,
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SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain SINGER Dobson, Ruth Danner. ra

fields, installed: Rota Roter
TOUCH AND SEW) LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' 1
snail shell. Reasonable prices. /
Call Jarosz 437.3410 (SEWING MACHINES) NOTICE: OP" INTKNTION: TO
George ,
NAMttIn : .
ItEOISTKIl: FICTITIOUS ..
8-1-tf (7 ONLY) compliance with House Bill

L.. ._ All are slant needle models No. 1V75, Chapter' as1amend- M'l \
UNCLAIMED FREIGHT Florida Acts of 1941,
and are fully equipped to zigzag ed. the undersigned will register PANTRY ,

4 Deluxe solid state fully make button holes and with the Clerk of the Circuit -
Court In and for Flagler iCounty. I
transistorized stereophonichigh fancy stitches. These machines .
Florida upon receipt I of '
fidelity consoles in carry full guaranteesand proof of publication of this no- is now serving .? !

beautiful bland rubbed finish. will. be sold on first come, tice name: the following fictitious '1. ""

Deluxe BSR 4 speed record first served basis for,: only ARTESIA 0.&RDENS: Family Style Buffet i\\
located at AlA 10 changer and 4 speaker audio $39.95 each. Terms available. Flagler Beach. Florida under .. '

system. To be sold for $79.00 They may be, inspected and which I will, engage in 'the busIness ,-

each.. Can' be paid for 'month tested in warehouse at unclaimed RETAIL of MERCHANDISEand '" MONDAY THRU FRIDAY .

ly. MaY" e inspected in ware freight, 527 Volusia. that the undersigned ,,Is.,the /

house..at Unclaimed Freight, Daytona Beach, Mon. 'r Fri., 9 only business.person interested-...!, 1 fin 'aald> 12:00 ,,noon 'til- ,2OO p.m. ", ,

527 Volusia, Daytona Mon. a. 'm. 6 p. m., Sat. 9 a. m. 1 Dated at Runnel Florida, this

thru Fri 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.- 1 p. m. Nov. ?7, Itc. 12th i -day of DONALDJR.December: : MOORS* D 1069. Regular Meals Served from. S-9 p.m. /

Sat 9 a. m. to 1 p.m., Itc. _Dec. 18. 25,"Jan. 1, 8, 4tc :, 1
FOR RENT Completely furnished
Breakfast 'Served Daily 7-9 a.m.
3 bedroom home. Includes L'RGAT.! ADVB''iSF.MENT.
New Scatter Rugs, $1.69 up. S
4 .
Child's plastic table and 2 drapes, TV, laundry IN TtIR r-OUTVTV'FLAGLEIt tUDGE !4
I"OIJIIT von : COUN
chairs $9.50 Vinyl recliner equipment, etcGarage andlarge' __ -
scoop ; ,-- TV. FI.OHiI1&I'll'HAT'
$49.95. Jerry's Furniture ..1W<' yard. Call Mary ''Kran.tfIski .. <:, Nf4".i6t, -.ab; i mGALAQV..f: ; T1..'!F HILT___" Cg.-lanuary19. 1270....and )ale
P1TDIMFJOSEPH the with the clerk of
original
'. IN RE: Estate! of
Old Dixie Hwy. near 195. 4373887. Dec.11, TFC MORIN Deceased.NOPICb7 IN THIS: CIRCUIT COURT FOIlFK.AULKII this court either before serviceon
Itc. OF* VfNAE. ItKI'OUTA7VI COUNTY KX.OHII plaintiff's attorney or immediately
Phone 437.3752. FOR SALE-Used vented circulating ) APPLICATION FOrt VI I- thereafter;otherwise a default -
riiAitni ,t. CIVIL ACTION NO. OIO will be entered against you
Will 'do ironing in my home. oil heater good con TO ALL WHOM IT :MAY*CON- Division HD"LAWRENCE for the relief demanded in the*
Itc. dition, reasonable. 1408 S. CERN r W. HORNS. as complaint or petition.
4392469. ,
Mrs:. R. Lerch
NOTICE IS GIVEN thAt.Mer- Trustee' for AMELIA WAGNER. WITNESS my hand and the
Beach. -
Central' Ave., Flagler' ritt H. Powell, aa Administratorof Plaintiff seal of this Court on December.
REWARD White female Phone 4392300., Itc. the above-styled estate nan WOODROWsHACKNEY 9th. 1969. -
in Tomoka area. completed his administration and et ux. George M. Moody
hound lost white has filed In this Court his Final et al. As Clerk of Court .f} _
ID tag bears owner's nameC. LOST-Brown and spot. Report and Application for Dis- Defendants. (Seal) :
Orange City, ted female Beagle. Contact tribution and Discharge. ObJ.:7'8 ...*- NOTICE OK KOItECZjOStmESAI..I2 By: Kathryn L.' Emery;
G.
Phillips '
tlons. if should be dulyfil Deputy Clerk _
Fla. Notify owner or call Bun- Aorian Hewitt, Cocoa, Fla. ed with :;: Court. After filing NOTICE] Is hereby given that Dec. 18. 25. Jan. 1. 8. 4tc .
1 tp. Phone 636-4031 'or call. Bun' Publication showing pursuant to a Final Judgmentand
nell 4373658. 4373658. REWARD OF rtt' ftthr: Notice has been published Summary Final Judgment of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT', ,
nell. Foreclosure entered on the 10
once a,weela foe four con
60 Plymouth' -1st $65 gets it. FERED. tp. eecutlve 'weeks. he matter of day ot. December. 1969 In the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS' ,'
Itc approval of the report, the ordering above entitled cause Civil Action NAME: LAWNotice .
4392196. of distribution of the testate -'. numbered 618. pending: In Is hereby given that'theundersigned
I and ,the final discharge\ of .. the,Circuit Court. Seventh Judlc- under the provisions
the undersigned as' Administrator lal Circuit, In and for Flagler Chapter 20, 953. Laws of
will come before _the Court. County. Florida. and for the Florida. Acts of 1941. _will register
MKjmiTT H. POWELL nurpose of satisfying said Final .. with the Clerk of the Circuit
gIll pecial. ; B58 North Oleahder..Avenh? r Judgment and Summary Final Court in and for Flagler .
Daytona Beach. Florida 32018 Judgment of Foreclosure. I. the County Florida, upon receipt of
Administrator. undersigned Clerk of the Circuit proof of publication of this notice -
'til December 24th j>> Dec. 18. 25, Jan.' 1. 8; '4tc. '' t Court In and for Flakier County. the following ,fictitious"
Florida, will sell the following name to-writ: .
.F-GAL ADVF.RTI'IEMENTIN' !' described property situate in FLAGLER BEACH ENTERPRISES ,
ALL
20% OFF ON FlaRler County Florida to-wit: INC.
,TMM fOITNTV JUnOECOUJVTY'! The West H of the North under which we are engaged iro
and REELS COURT FI.AGI.IIL :. east U of the Northeast >4 business Flagler Beach.
'RODS 1'LOiIDA of Section 9, Township 12 Florida. Thai the parties interested -' .
IMIOHATM No. H38' South. Range 30 East also In said business enterprise:,,
& IN ;RFJ: Estate of described as Tract 2 in Block are as follows: ,
ATLANTIC HARDWARE OEORGE MOODY 1. said Section. Township PATRICK E. PARKER
/ and Range.at IRMA PARKER ,
DeceasedCITATION public sale to the highest and EDWARD A. MATSON
SUPPLY CO. Inc. THE STATE OF FliORIDA best bidder for cash,' at the- JANE GREGORY
TO Northern front door of ,the Flakier and that the undersigned are
BLVD. FLACLEB BEACH JULIA MOODY County Courthouse Bunnell. the ,only persona interested In
PHONE 4392303MOODY EULA M. FULLER Florida at 1:00: o'clock P. M. on: said business. '
I. I. MOODY. "' the. 5th day of January 1970. Dated at Bunnell, Flagler
LEONARD C. MOODY, (Seal) County, Florida December 2.
JAMES A. BABBITT, JR. Kathryn. Emery 1969.PATRICK
WTT TAM BABBITT Deputy Clerk of the ClrFlagler E. PARKER
x > BETTY JOHNSON cult Court IRMA PARKER
FLAGLER COUNTY INSURANCEAGENCY BARBARA STRYKER County. Florida EDWARD A. MATSON
: I* A. YE&VINGTONFRANK Dec.. 18. Itc- JANE GREGORY:
PYLE Dec. 4. 11. 18. 25. 4tc.
THOMAS L. LENSSENC. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Inc I JUAOEB LEGAL. ADVERTISEMENT
PAUL STERN : NOTICE Is hereby given .that
+ DUPONT & GORDON T will no longer be responsiblefor REQUEST FOR KIDS
and, all other persona concerned: any debts Incurred by FRED Notice Is hereby given that
InsuranceLIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS YOU are hereby notified that Tl HOGAN. SR.. also known aw the County Commissioners
': All Forms of the following Petitions have FRED HOGAN whose address Is rdFr.gl County. Florida
been filed in the above Court: IB'* Palm Circle, Flagler Beach. will receive sealed bids on or*
Petition for Assignment of Florida.. before January 1970. at the
Dower and.Setting Aside Personal Dated December 1969.R. hour of 9.00>> A.: If.. in the officer
Property to the Widow L. McNAB. Guardian of of the Clerk of Circuit Court In
Phone ,437-3171 Petition for Determination of the person and estate of the Flagler County. Courthouse.
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Commissions and Attorney Fee FRED E. HOGAN. SR.. an for ,
for' Personal Representative, and 'Incompetent person. The installation of the electrical -
Bunnell, Florida.3201OFLAGLER his Counsel pec. 18-25. 2tc equipment to light Runway
: Requesting Orders: Assigning 11.29 at Bunnell Airport. Flag-
Dower, setting aside: personalproperty LEGAL ,ADVERTISEMENT ler County.
..... -. and fixing or Specifications may be obtained -
thioldr personal IN TifFS OinOUIT OOtTHT. IV at the office of the ,Clerk or
representative and attorney fee AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Circuit Court In the Courthouse.
for his counsel and you and FLORIDA Bunnell. Florida
,( .., each'of you are hereby requiredto CIVIL ACTION NO. m-B This bid may be on total installation -
file your -written defenses FRANK C. DeMETRICK or with County assistance -
.. ,- thereto within thirty days after a/k/a FRANK C. DIETRICK. of labor needed to Install
/ He first publication or posting'" Plaintiff 'undergrOund wire. ,
C0.j: hereof, and serve a copy there- MARTHAVKRUSB "... The Board will furnish all materials -
,Y PLUMBING j of upon Petitioner's Attorney DIETRICK necessary for installation
.. ; Defendant. ', ': Bids to, be marked
: whose name address are: are 'Bidl
., .. -r .. ... nil "
.," ," '. ,. .- .' LELAND SHAW NOTICE .0V ACTIONTO on Airport. Installation. if.
J O. : MARTHA' KRUSE' DIET- The Board reserves the right
Avenue Iu; eXrilda 32010If RICK to reject any or all bids, as the-
1500 S. Daytona you fall to do so. Judgment Wayne County General- Interests of the County may require -
may be entered Int. due coarse Hospital and towaive any infrmalities ; -
"' 1 : ; .'( : ,... x t upon the petition; '" Eloise Michigan 48183 in bids receive
.. '.. .< y; <,_ 'Flagler' BeachTelephone --- WITNESS my hand' rid the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Dated at Bunnell. Florida thla'
: : seal of said Court at Bunnell. action for,divorce has been filed 9th day sot.December 1969.
Flagler County against you and ogt are required HUNTER Chairman,
.. T. ,J-.Miller,.Owner 16th day of December rt1t.thl. to serve a your written Board of County Commissioners -
-
439-2169 III/ T. K. YcKnlarhtFlr defenses I'l'ant.. to Ml 'on of Flagler County
) County Judge RICHARD hoe.N'dl.: t1 a attorney Florida.
.: :
I published or' posted on Is 113 ATTEST:
IS December 1969. Silver Beach Avenue Daytona GEORGE M. Clerk
Dec. 18, 25 Jan. 1. 8. 4tc. Beach. Florid. 32018.. on or be- Dec. 11 o.nYia. 199. 2to*

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HOME FROM VACATION. weeks vacation at San Diego.
I : California where he visited
Raymond Smith returnedto relatives.
Bunnell Saturday after two aa1 ?

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in Steaks and Seafoods V
? Specializing 1 The biggest Little Band In Dixie from Bunnell High School Is shown above as they participated
/. In the ..1to11y'H111 Christmas Parade. The band i 1& under the direction of Tom'' Odadzln., /

1 Your Hosts: FLOYD and MARIE HURL 1 1Y ----- .- --- -- ,
PRESENTS GIFT
.1\, / / HAWTHORNE'SFIRST .... (Superintendent James O. BUNNELL VARSITY
LIBRARIAN Craig presented MrS. Viola BOYS WIN FOUR
HONORED Tonkin, retiring faculty member -
Mrs. Lotta: Llttledale Wads. with a silver tray InPhoto LOSE ONE ,-,

San/a Ion CaoIz? worth, formerly of, Flagler ,. ,"'. The Varsity Basketball team
cave. ofow on County now residing at Haw ,
: : > took a decisive win over Pier-
honoredrecently .
theme Florida was
: I son December 5th with a 81
4 at an Open House of ,
to 65 M4 L. Williams
victory.
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,. Take Advantage of Our 1 1j the new Hawthorne Public .. was high, Scorer with 22
Wadsworth
\ Library. Mrs. was
I the town's first librarian. Her -. ... points. Bobby Nelson had ,15
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;j HOLIDAY TUNE-UP SPECIAL fI It' .. .. points and Ulysses Thomas
'outsideof
the .
name on .
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scored 14 points.
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1 the newly constructed $40- #
The Varsity Boys took a 53
V-8 $5.50 000 library. t 4
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to 46 'from St.
I The new. facility, a branchof victory Augustine
". on December 9th with
:: the: Santa Ffe, Regional Library
.: 6 Cyl. $4.50. ,. ; system contains 3,000 London. Emanuel, and Nelson

:..,:: y Plus Parts ,' '. __ square feet of floor space and .., being The high Bunnell scorers.
,. squad defeated -
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J t. a display cacacity
{:1L. tJt' Florida Military Academylast
.... 000 books. : M
*t Come in Ask for. Either Mrs. Wadsworth Is the n" : Friday'night by a score
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of 88 to 64. .
mother of Circuit Judge W. L. Bobby Nelson scor-
BILL DAMRON ror RAY STEUREROur Wadsworth .and. Lewis E. i'i _, ed 27 points. Holland scored
A f Wadsworth; both Bunnell res 23 points for Florida Military.The j
Qualified GM Technicians 'I.. 1 idents. by Theo C. Heln only loss of the season I
I I scribed "In Appreciation Of was to West Nassau High at
\ Your Years of Serving, In Flag. Callahan Bunnell led at the
Yii. ler County Schools 195669. half by 29 to 23. The fourth
;. Hooper Chevrolet, Inc. RENEW YOURDRIVER'S Mrs. Tonkin who taught at quarter ended In a tie. Bun-
: ; LICENSE Bunnell Elementary SchoolNo. nell lost In the overtime per
437-3131 DURING YOUR 2,' was also presented a iod. Final score was 66 to.64.
I gift from the school facultyby Tuesday night the Bunnell
,- BIRTH MONTH, Mrs. Annie Cromwell at a High Varsity basketball 'team
tte! t'f'! :!
A covered dish dinner Wednes outscored the Chescent City
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L5 Cafeteria. thei half by 39 to 35 and it re 1
S mained' a close game until
: r. I..LAl- .A. 1. A. : ft the fourth period when Bun,
.-.. O. F. ALFORD nell scored 23 points against
( ., ,,. 10 points for the losers.
.; :' Rea! Estate Broker; The next, home-games 'will
$ 1' .. ;-.',!' Registered I be Friday night when they

V ''Y"I play ,Hawthorne and '- Bunnell Florida night against Father: Lo-
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BOYS "B" TEAM
# @ PAINT ,UP NOW
WN THREE '
FOR XMAS
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3 Gal. Good Latex 55. The Bunnell Junior, Varsity
\ il'C i { ) .Choice 70 .Pastel Colors' boys ,have won three games

\ \ '.' ..;'\ YEOMAN'S PAINT with.a 36 to 34 win over Pier-
\ : "" <0' .. FACTORY son, 41 to 33 over St. Augus-
; ,, 677-8020, 1826 Nova Road tiers and 50 to 25 win over
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: ,Sportswear'', ft LE PROJECT
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i. .%. RELIABLE' UNDERWAY

; APPLIANCE Student Council membersare
-. 1 ; I ftfi REPAIRS selling'' Bunnell' HighSchool

< sweatshirts In the
/ ; -. ''SIEGFRIEDAPPLIANCES school office;for$2.60. Proceeds
\ .sil : from the project go toward
\ ... ,. student council activities.
1 BAHKANRICARD( C.'+u, E_.1 ,t ... A spokesman said "the
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:O-I.( : 4I I shirts will make a'great
t I 437-3835 Christmas gift not obtainable
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..! '- .. .BUNNELL from ,Santa, just Student-
'. Council members".

LARGE CROWDATTENDS

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.: I .. jump j 'American_ More than Legion sixty attended Post the 115


:, Save mOre WGreen! Stamps now' ,Christmas day ,night, at dinner-party the Bunnell Mon.. ''V-
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k Boys. \delegate;
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Solomon Citizenship Award

STOP at, our PLACE GET 'Em i rth ":ALL, PURCHASES, ': ', .r,../: ..... .'Harris:.winners, .";' Oratorical and ''Miss*,Catherine Contest, ,


; ( The More You Lick. 'Em THe More, You Like 'Em ,: : ,'1 i .winner a'There'was; I a' gift_ exchangeand I

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f I : : ;THUBSAY. DE MBER 25. 1969 ____ S3.50 A YEAR .
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1 THEFTS PIERHOUSE BID ;,
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.i ., COUNTY> BEACH COMMISSION' ,
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:: ."" .- John ;Robinson, a. Volusla Flagler Be:\ ch City Com-*'':*, ':J,
': j (: ".1', )i' attorney who owns A home]in missioners unanimously ac-' .

.. ,I Beverly Beach, Just north oft cepted the $135 per month s..,
Mi1rE .
't! Flagler Beach, reported that rental bid of Cecil and Mae, 'A ., I
r his home had been broken Into Westbrobk for leasing: the"':

"' the second time. He saidthe, ..... city's plerhoiise when they'. '
I. had placed a chaln-link fence met. Thursday night. 'The "

.'around his home but," )Jt did: Westbrooks, who presently .....
'.: not detei;,the vandals. -', "y; operate the business, were}
::: Robinson said a White polar given a five year lease on the ':

f.. bear rug, which was a.valuable '" restaurant and tackle shop i '.

t! .,. gift from an author friend, In other business the commission ,- ? ;"..
.t:' a stereo tape player, bed lln- :

ens' .and, many otherItems POSTPONED the January 1 ., '

were stolen. Also, a 1 piece: of meeting to January 8 at 7:30 ...,."
.
r furniture valued at/ several
p. m.. due to-News YearsDay.. ;
thousand dollars was destroy. INSTRUCTED City Attorney 7L ;.
ed as1 well as garbage. being djP4'
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I : H. Tucker to prepare a resolution :
spread over his carpets.
t' authorizing the com
He has';"placed an ..advertise mission to change the"regular-v/
ment In this issue "
offering ;
first
meeting dates from the .
reward for confidential, -
,r $500 and third Thrsdays to the .- -
L leading, to arrest
.information .
.second and fourth Thursdays
and conviction of .,
person or .
of each month. -.f
persons" Involved. APPROVED Christmas bonuses

t iand] 'n Sea Fashions In .
for all city employees; ,
t Bunnell was broken Into Fri. -i: '; .; .
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TOOK NO ACTION on the
i( and of iti.t;/ -.
day night robbed con. T lone bid of $937 from Acousti: :' I

I ) siderable merchandise. .Evl- # r ,. ." Engineering Company of..:f .'
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dente Is available as to a suspect
TRIBUNES; Florida for accoustical celling ,
'. S ; (
well the that'N.
:as as car in the recreation hall.. The.,
} 'was seen'near the store at the-. ,STAFF ,,zra. .... commission, decided to, post '.:'
time of robbery. '. sir :
\ action until additionalbids '
; pone : ; .
+- Other personshave: reported<, 'S't 'S ": '
recelved.-
: wIsu1s were t
t homes being broken Into and I .;... .' VOTED to have; the city's '

1 guns being. stolen- from cars.. YOU police chief on duty 8 hours- r I- '

: ) : .each ,day, and subject to call
BAFALIS FAIRCLOTH', A.\-.i. for emergencies only after. .
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,- working hours. Also agreed-* fr,
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LEAD 'INGbJERNOR the police car would' only: be ''c;
POLL ,""" : 1& MERRY.CHRISTMAS, t. allowed to travel l.mlle .be-r !: ':'-.

;. ." .- '. yond the city limits except-,'-; A
\\ljf.\ 1"he" release from The nor" 3 v" when transporting prisoners;
(
',.- -"_-""." -:" ...:. 5jda..Poll, last week.Indicate .:;,'" _'..'i w,' .. _. ........... pursuing'-a vlol..inr'Y ;: or 'wheniuse .....'-. I.'".'.,. .
-th t.'Senator"Skip"''Bafallsjbf' l't::. ,," .. .,.... J :", ;.on .county:' caurtglajts': :: -4
*Palm: ;Beach: 4 County had!'a '10 .,.. > ..ti""YJ'; : :- 't 1'- when the city's Involved. ,The .
"percent lead o'er Governor 'r ,1' ; >: ; .. city police car Is to be parked
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Claude Kirk for the RepubliCan t v fCWINC. .: ..-:;.;uJ ): :;j......' !*f /'.. j ..' when not on duty and not "
nomination for governor '. yV" used for private purposes e
with strong" following 'among .. GRANTED 3 days sick pay
the Young Republicans. -- to city employee Harry Cash.

... Attorney General Earl PB0CLAMA'TION BECKER'RE-GEIYES'STATE' AWARDS CERTIFICATE INSTRUCTED' the city attor-

Faircloth, Miami,'has a strong ney to prepare the bulkhead
lead over Mayor Chuck Hall, WHEREAS, trie 'State of ordinance and present It to ,;
Miami, who holds second Florida and the Florida' .Fed. 11riS' the Board of County Commls-.' ;' 4
place over Jack Matthews, eration of Woman's, ,'Clubs:are stoners December 22. .
Jacksonville. who holds third urging citizens and visitors to AGREED; to remove Christ- '

,place, and Senator Reubin Askew Florida "A safe and enjoyable mas decorations from the flag ,
Pensacola, fourth place, Christmas ;S ason" and,. pole in front of city hall at .

for the Democratic nominationfor WHEREAS, durI 11t ,th 1968 ,w the request of John McCabe. '
Governor.U. Christmas Season, .219 /'persons -, HEARD a request from Les- F.
S. Representative Bill wer .' )killed, .and 10,248 ter Sheeler -to reconsider his
Cramer, Republican- from St. persons were' Injured on ..Flor request to erect a 'garage on "t'.',
Petersburg; holds a command. Ida Highways' and, this property on S. Palmetto '
Ave. He was told to apply for.: .
ing lead for the Republican WHEREAS.... most of these
:- nomination for 'U. S. Senator. accidents were caused by rezoning of the property with,
There has not been sufficient fast driving and by mixing the city planning board so the
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time since the announcement drink with driving, application could be taken by
otf Senator Spessard Holland the commission.
THEREFORE, I, Herbert
INSTRUCTED the City Clerkto
that he is not a candidate, for
Fuller, by, the authority vestted1 -
.Democratic leadership to'showva obtain an appraisal Hill-;
definite trend'as yet. 'In me as 'Mayor of the City crest playground site owned

Senator Dick Stone. Miami of Flagler Beach, do- hereby by ITT Development Corp. ...
proclaim the period'of Decem. which is leased to the city for '
bUsInessman Is virtually assured ber 1,'1.969through January 1, Capt. G: N. Becker, left;. is shown receiving a certificateand use: as a 'playground area. '
of the Democratic
'nomfor' -
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1970 as ,check from the State Awards Program as presented, by Major
1 nation Secretary of State.
x Senator Tom Slade, Jackson "A safe and enjoyable' Paul Walker, District Supervisor of Fifth District of State MRS. COLLINS '
I yule Republican has a..comLmanding .Christmas Season for 1969" Board:'of ParkS.
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...... :' : lead to."be the Re., and,;hereby urge every citizenand' Becker .superintendent of Washington Oaks State: Park, DIED UNEXPECTEDLY
t.'i K publican 'opponent1 of Treasurer visitor to' be especially. located- on-AlA north "of 'Flagler Beach. ,lie .has 'been superintendentS THURSDAY
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J BroXvtard Williams..: S careful and to ;drive* .defen. slnce'the ,park-'opened in January 1965 and has been ;
this
sively during period. with the Division of Parks"and Recreation for 13 years. Mrs. Ruth M. Collins, 68-.

'TRIBUNE .!EW ..j f Herbert Fuller The State. Awards Program is a system designed to 'allow Dalton- Ga. died unexpectedly

.YEARS GREETINGAD :Mayor;0 state,employees to sUbmltsuggestions-and ideas which will Im Thursday night at Bunnell .
General Hospital. Mrs. Collins
: DEADLINE: S prove"all facets of state government. The,purpose of theprogram: arrived several days ago foe

,Deadline for.placing. aNew COUNTY OFFICES:'TO CLOSE is to bring about efficiency and economy' in state government' : avisit at Flagler Beach with .. ;\

Years '''greeting 'In next week'sedition FOR'XMAS 'HOUDAY """ eliminating' : expenditures and improving;opertions.! her son Floyd Collins ..andfamily. \ .
is 12 noon Monday -- '!(-' _- ''KN '0"" All awards made ,for adopted suggestions with tangible l
, ; December 29. .County ,offlcesln, the, court B..benefits are computed on'the.basis'of<1O percent of:the,estimat Survivors Include her son' '

Anyone.who desires to placeS house will' ;close;atnoon'Wednesday "ed.savlngs during the first,year in use; 'Cash,awardsjaref determIned Floyd, and two grandchildren. '

S* greeting In'' the Tribune ,,:Deceml.2, rand.will. ,, by the. State Awards..Committee. for,'.;suggest\ t\\ons_resulting.In.intangible .Funeral services were Mon .
, should call by our office and remain closed.1intl| Monday; j -. benefits. Becker received.'a cash:. -ward:oj 545 0suggesting day at Dalton,. Ga..Craig Fun!'.. "
' ad from our1' cata December'ln"bbserVahce ofthe } J' eraL :Home, Bunneil, was. In
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. -. Christmas hdttdays.: afe- that 'bnly oner.copy: : of fleldUpurchaseorderse l :: .re-
'" I. > charge of local arrangements-
: ': : log. cording to Clerk George tamed "in each park. a. -i-, "IPVOTERS I -,. ,>f I
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3 ClCARETI'E'TAXES Moody.:.. ,(. 'f ....'C""....' .if/I.: .. Smith said the 1969 !
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TAKEDOWN,: 'AND UP GARBAGE" PICKUP' ...., rF l,, / ,,LIST f frLi list .elspostet- } ,ili>j'the, TIDE : :.: ..- t :I : .

The/November cigarette.'taxreceipts SCfIEDIIL> ".C1- ANGE "'"* ... ,IS- PURGED '. r .County _cour bopse} vt : ,HIGH ,I..WDa '. ..': 'It ;
;* for 'Flagler-::. Beach( ; ,. .. at Flagler., Beach., pity: r'A.M.t 'P.M: ..M.4jp.M..."- .
I .were'! otTh.$995 ,II I in'i968;' 0; rOB..HO' AYS. ...4:1IJIII.: ; .A. ".1-Jt, < 4'Names;of persons< .. The list also 'appear$"lnv <11drlc'For''Decemberc25.31' ; '
I $995 in ,1969. Marineland was .,;Ttrere.hrilli beJ no- 'afternoon, ,;not voted the --past Elections.'M Issue of the; Flagler. ,Trib" 25I'l '9:24: ;9:36: M<2':36: ,3:240ll8 : !
up front'$64 .Jo,,$89..:Beverley; garbage 'collections rnader. inBunneil. and failed to "' *,. 26. 10OO.' : M'3:18'. '*4:00 i
Beachr/dropped from 297 In '.during .the-.!Christmas cards mailed ; 'books will-be': :niP 10:36' 10:54: J3j544:36t: ";
1968l!'to' $290 in ,1969. holidays. AN garbage 'collections have 'b e'ri 'removed" *.Monday thru Friday 28' -11:12: .: 'll:- e' 4:36, 5:12 .!
Bun'riell x.' receipts' were will .ber :?nade' in the county voter:;; ; a; m. until 4:3O'fP.<' nti-ln1" 29: "'11,;48, '11:59: 5:18 75:54 I
down from $2625 In' 1968 to' morning hours,' December 26 books, according to Supervisor's office In the, 30 :12:18 12:30 6:06 '6:36' j

$1930 in 1969.." to January 1. Smith, Supervisor of 31 1:00: 1:12 '7:00: T.-24.

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2-THE FI CLER TRWUNB .
JFlaglrr QJrlbuttrINCOnPOKATBD _ .....::.. r.f
Entered aa second clasa matter "
February $. 1913. at the poatofflce ': "t. '" 1ji-)
I3UNNELL FLORIDA ;at Bunnell. Florida under Lean Western "FIRST. CUT
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-JOAN A CLEGG,;*" M. r r- :
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News Editor "'f;:'. I '.; !Six!' -. Moatba. ... ,_-r,,,,, .,,,f1.tl11"Outalde ,
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,':THE CHRISTMAS STORYBut

thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though ,thou be little among U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK i
the thousands of Judah, yet out thee shall he 'come'forth unto

me that Is, to be ruler In Israel; whose goings forth have been lb. 6S

from of old, from .everlasting.. -Mlea 5:2.: \i STEAK

For unto us a child is born', unto us a son Is given: and the .,11lb.
government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be

called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Choice JuicyALL ,
Father, The Prince of Peace.-Isaiah 9:6: ;

And there were in the same country shepherds abiding In MEAT STEW 7S'

the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. .

And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the
glory of'the Lord, shone round about them:' and they were sore
WESTERN SELECT '
afraid. +' ,
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And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold,'1 bring ,"

you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.For BEEF LIVER Ib.Fresh 53

unto you is born this day in,the city. of David Saviour. .
which Is Christ the Lord. \
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And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe l'oo'" '" -- -
wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying In a manger. t Lyke's !'Sugar Creek" SLAB 'LYk "Sugar Creek" ALL MEA

And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude,. the : :
:. heavenly host praising God, and =saying, SMOKED BACON I FRANKS I

Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace. good will lb. (Each 49c) .3 12 OZ.. $4'45

toward men.And SLICED FREE LSd I ,. Pkgs. ....

it came to pass, as the angels'were gone away from ... -- '
them Into heaven, the shepherds said one to another, Let us now '
go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come to Florida,Grade "A" D & D ((2.24/2 lb.-Avg.) LIMIT 2 :PLEASE

pass, which the Lord hath made known unto,us. .?

And they' came with haste, and found ,Mary, and Joseph. 'w vi <

and the babe lying in a manger. o lb. 29

And when they had seen it, they made known abroad' the
saying which was told them concerning this child.

And all they that heard wondered at those things which .

were told them by the shepherds. '

w. :But Mary kept all these things; and pondered them in her

heart. J LEAN GROUND BEEF 3lbs. $1691

... S And the shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God ,
for all the things that they had heard* and seen, as'i:I it was told

unto them.-Luke 2: 8.20 ,J,. Bush's (Limit 3 Please: ) No.. 300 Can .
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.. If -the' Congress I I:"thePresi.denfand BLACKEsHE' ,'PEAS : lOe BETTER MAJD' ,,(Plain. or R.)

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: \ Governor KJrkare as
Too Late concerned with public welfare Martha, 'White FLOURS
and ,desirous as they claim to'

L I To Classify ""J tion and and esthetically find money," Now to 'meet It'' is SELF RISING: MEAL "5:! I Bag 39C2V4 lb. 29C

Bag
present day needs, they had Eelbeck lb. Pkg.
By Russell Kay
better take a second look at
Limit 1 with .
LONG Each $5 OO or more food order
i 'The, name "Oklawaha" has this Florida boondoggle and RICE 39C
little meaning to most'present take steps to divert ,these :billions GRAIN
\' day Floridians, and even to better use.. Northern'
J' Reg. Pkg. of 2
less to the balance' of the na While we cannot recoup the >
,::": tion's population, but to 'old- millions,already spept on this KITCHEN T 4V 'ELS E". 39e Pillsbury's (Sweet or Buttermilk)
t' timers like, myself, it designates questionable project 'we can
of the most appeal. save many times more by BISCUITS
'. ing and one beautiful areas in, this calling a 'halt right now. My PUI'eXLiinii, 1 .Please) Vz Gal.BLEACH' .
is, if we on with this Each
t or any other stat guess go
foolish! project and continueto Zge oz.
,' The'Oklawaba.. is one of the
'. few remaining wild streamsin spend taxpayers money on 4 Cans 390MAXWELL
it our unbom'children will
this country. Its beauty and
have white whiskers down to HOUSE I
charm are unsurpassed 'over
r .. their knees before it ever
its 75 mile course through central -,
pays off. Read Mr. Miller's' article
Florida. It twists and
r "' and think If over. COFFEE = FROZEN
turns like a beraved serpent, FOODS -
" On the other hand we, probably
with
its dark waters overhung '
i: heavy foliage and festoons of waterway have to need pollute.for' another Such a .1' ., :Tin lb., 49CLimit Frosty MornORANGE 6 oz. Can
Spanish moss. It traverses a .
q canal ought 'to make a magnificent 'H i nCE For
of forest
rich tropical area Z 350
refuse collector. Then ', with'SM0 order
.1 food
or more
where wild life abounds. countlessmUl10ns J .. --, -.,
too we could spend '
fi Nature lovers have long ad- in ,an effort to keep Frosty' Morn 10 oz. Pkg.
( mired it. Barbara Lawrence, it clear of water hyacinth and For
,\ ., curator of mammals at Harvard provide another path for air FRESH, PRODUC.E AND CARROTS Z' Zge
"The
University says, ,
polluting boats and barges to
region is unique, biologically play in. U. S.. No. ,1 ,
and esthetically," 'Now it is If we'' continue to destroy
about to be destroyed In the the natural beauty and resources POTATOES 1O Bag '4ge COLD POWERONIONS '
stands
it
name of progress as of our state; the only ,
In the of, the ''proposed
... way place our children can'' see Yellow Cooking.
Florida Cross-State Barge ca. such wild life as alligators,.
; nal..It unfortunate that God. herons, cranes,,bear, deer and :.3 :tg Zge GIANT *
r L saw fit to create' It in its pres. other creatures will .be in a SIZE 49BANANAS

z ent location. zoof'ew';:if any,-will be found Golden ;Ripe .
' t) Every Floridian and every on the banks of:..a.barge canal. lb.. ,Limit 1 with $S.OO'or.more food order' .
'k, taxpayer 'In the nation woulddo Z 25c
well 'to Inform themselves FLAGLER GAMEVIOLATIONS' "
,, on this costly and. questionable
'
'' project. ,It has already
cost many millions and gives :Wildlife} officers ,made a
promise .of running into, bib total of' 291:arrests for game
lions before it finished with and'Ash v16Iations'in the central
little indication that such an Florida Region during the 1 '
> Investment will prove worthwhile month of November,. accord- f
I. .. from the standpoint of Ing to Major: W. .Clckerstaff.
;4' returns on the Investment. Regional Manager for the I!
;.,, '.,, I suggest that you read Game and Fresh Water Fish Ills
.i':' James: Nathan' ,..Miller's.article Commission. *
.. -.. entitle llape" on'the Oklawa- There"were 1O violations'' In
.
.' ha" In the current issue of the Flagler County.:
Reader's Digest. It presentsthe The number I of arrests seta OPEN '
:
SUNDAYS IIIIIlIIuIJllllThIlIlflflhII -
most enligtenlng information record for a one month Phone 437-3227 ,
x on the subject that I have period In the Central 'Region, 8:00 ..m.--1100: p.m. U.S. No. J nUNN u.

y found. Bickerstaff said. Quantity, Right Reserved Price, Good Dec. 26, 27 28,. and* 29,'19' .fF
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3-TJIE' FLAGL-ER TRIBUNE TJIU.ns. DECEMBER 25. 1969, CHRISTMAS KITSAVAILABLE \' t
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TV S even after the set is turned
,.. .. Parents or grandparents "h :
off. The 25OOO-volt current
,CAUSE FIRES to fishing tac
seem 'at least partially to planning glye: ,
(If you want to watch' 'those blame. ? kle or guns :Jfor Christmas
Christmas should ;.write the Game and
spectaculars on
your own ,television ,:set not *'Flrst of all, If afire starts Fresh Water Fish Commissionat MERRY
In DON'T THROW WATER ON Tallahassee for a fre! '
worse so'et--maybe'motel from, or a: ...i L FT.. Use of carbon or powder ,., Christmas "Conservation Kit.
fire extinguisher is recom- The kit contains informationon
hospital bed, there are a few ,
mended. CALL THE FIRE DE firearms safety, fishing
safety rules heed
you, ;might ,
according to ,the Insurance' PARTMENT. Don't go near.theset. ...' and hunting tips,mnd an outdoor CHRISTMAS
Information r-t Shock or .ELECTROCUTION -} guide for,?young sports-
Instltue| could result. ,'men. >:;, *. .
The National Commission' '* '" f f* ,
Some preventative suggestions
on Product Safety says some
I are to have your technician -
10.00O fires start each year In
TV sets, particularly color check the insulation : f; ;;%'/i.;$; f ./ <;k, c .
when the set isIn for repair
sets which Is not considereda "
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large proportion considering keep it away from 'flammable *

there are some 20 million "sets drapes, keep newspapers and
in magazines off It, vacuum set 4I -
use. Corrections are being
through ventilation holes In atY 3 .
made in sets still on the as- r
back DO NOT -"
( REMOVE COV
sembly line, according to In- I
dustry reports. ER), allow plenty of ventilation :- .. ':
1" J '" 'around set, don't., put it : ;
Most fires start in the trans in a bookcase or wall cabinet.
former high voltage 'line or PULE THE. PLUG WHEN NOT ;,' .
alternating switch, sometimes IN UISE.
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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER 1969 4
i 25 FORMER RESILIENT
... J \' HrJ...
ne Clay Blair WIgle. Ollie APPOINTED DIRECTOR vOF .- "
''. BIRTHDAY DATA """I j, f
Perritt. .
AEBC ,"\,. ..1 .
,,' Happy birthday this week'to: Monday: Rev. R. W. Dick- nnoccnc1n'r; r '' :"": '".'II .\ ;
I Friday: Charlotte Lutton. ert. Grace Lee. Elizabeth Tld- Dr. Charles M. Northrip was \ t'/j./
Jim HaJl. well Karen Gozdowskl. recently appointed Executive PANTR'6"
CHICKEN
\ ..' I Tuesday: Joanne Sheeler, Director for the Alaska Educational THE :;' '
Saturday: Charles Williams
Florence Maryes Broadcasting Com- ....
Charles E. Schaeffler, Jr.
Sue mission. In'' his serving
.. WednesdayMarcia. new post is now
::- Sunday: Alice O'Hara Ben. Colvin. .' x ,Northrip, serves as the corn. 'M
. ... mission's executive officer in Buffet : '
i ,i .), coordinating. developmentof ) Family Style
", f all educational. telecommunications MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ,
'':. ; : in Alaska. North ,
'til 2:00 m.
... .':: ,. rip also becomes a member of 12:00 noon p. ., : (",

s communications a three.man advisory Management"Tele Regular Meals Served :from 5-9: P.ni .';. : I

t i. Group" to Alaska ''Governor 7-9
Breakfast Served Daily a.m; .
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Keith Miller. i
to .'> Dr. North rip, a 1958 graduate } '
\ ) 97 of Bunnell High School OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK i
." i.' .' received his bachelors and
., masters degrees from the
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\ Gainesville and recently re-
.... :. ceived a Ph. D. from Ohio --'
1< : k University In Athens. North-
t t: ... rip's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. lip 0 ON TIME

(,> <.. .<, 'Nicholson L. Burnsed Street now in reside Tftusv1. at <'138 lle. d 10 CERTIFICATES

While: In Florida Northrip
;:: 'i.::8 .' served as news/editor of WUFT I VOLUSIA MINIMUM sJ.Doo-s: DAYS',
: and chief announcer for WRUF J
rt COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
AM and' FM in Gainesville; NATIONAL
J ,.' and as announcer-salesman
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j. : for WRMF in Tltusville. Upon BANI(. Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada
r .. '. -m receiving his M. A. he and his Ormond Beach Florida'
May you enjoy the wife-the former Glenna Great. ,
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\ house of Orlando' ; moved to
festivities and delights Alaska where he served on the 1lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlillllllllllillUlllllllllllllltllill/ili1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU llllllh.
o. faculty of the University .of
of this special time. Alaska as an. Assistant Professor
J't J'r of Speech' "and Broad.
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casting and &s_ Manager of
( \ We thank you for KUAC, the radio University's station. educational CRAIG FUNERAL HOME:

your loyal support. .. The Northrlps are continuIng '. .r .
1 to reside in Fairbanksnear .A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director ','_' ..
} Nappy 19101HARBOR the University campus. JOHN CAPO. Manager .' '.
;; s They have two children: Ian ,,,' if> .J:. ,
4 and Zan 1%;. AIR OXYGEN;. .
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CONDITIONEDCHAPEL;: I I ,EQUIPPED
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.. .FLOYD- .and, MARIE DURING YOUR* ***,' ,_ 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNElJL. FLORIDA
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5-THE FXJIGUSR TJUBUNETHURS. DECEMBER 25, 1969 DBJC REGISTRATION. ... .." '. .... .f.. ..'..;. "'.

SCHEDULED :: "
.Christmas '
FUTURE TEACHERS SELL CHRISTMAS GIFTS ':;'. Merry: \ ., :'
Area planning to i
persons
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enroll for the second semes- :A.:.: ,. ". '. : 'f 1. t. 'f'A'" :fi.' ";;.. :

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ter at Daytona Beach Junior ,<, .'

i College will' register January i i1' '. .r '. ,
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8 from 8:30 a. m. until 3:30p. : '
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Students currently In class -
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January 6, J. A. Bobbins DBJC i

director of admissions, has :.. I :

announced. I A happy Christmas v' :

Students planning to enter (

certificate programs In the ;;" .

Mary Karl School of Applied to our many good'
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Science,are to register January ;

12 from 8:30: a. m. to 3:30 p. ,. friends and neighbors ;'.'-

m. Certificate programs Include

,v'!' dry cleaning training air In conditioning.electronics of this fine community. ,,/ '


drafting photography wood-

working and printing-litho

graphy.

Photo by Theo C. Hein Those local. '! students who rV t #

The young ladies of the Senior Future Teachers Association have not submitted their

of Bunnell High School are shown looking over the various DBJC application should do A.

Christmas gifts they sold to make money for.a scholarship which, so as soon as possible Rob-

will be given to a graduating senior. bins emphasized.

Standing from left to right are: Beth Matherly, Debbie Johnston DBJC's adult high school 19C9'
will follow the
Karen Clegg Kay Perryman and Sheila. Crawford. Seated registration school sched-
K area secondary
Is Stefllk.
BEtty; ule with sign ups slated for

1 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTPURGE Olllyard. Rayfleld January' 19 through January

Kennedy; Mary R.Koczwanskl. 30.
LIST 1969 Mleczslaw' M. The General Educational .
Mlzanln Mary
Voter Registration Purge Hat Moses Hattie Louise Development tests (GED) are Yew a : ,

/'I Nelson, Louis Charles to 'be given December 16
1969 Flagler County. Florida Nle en. Patricia Ann
Overby, Jessie R. through 19 and again January -

Precinct No. 1. nunnell Rivers. George Earl 20 through, Robbins con
Rose, Tom Jr. .
Alexander Roae Lee Smith. Emma Lee eluded.
Anderson Albert L. Snowadzkl. Kazmlra
Bankowakl, Jadwiga V. Wrlker. Andrew LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE !
Barre Mary W. ,
Barra.: Louis M.:- Precinct 'No. 4. st'John; park OF- STOCKHOLDERS 1
Battles. Robert Alfred MEETING -
Burrows, Lillian D. Pellicer, Mary Lou Notice Is hereby given that t
Coleman Ronald Eugene Slzemore Joseph Andy the annual neeetb1r.zhi'J Stockholders \
Cushing Clurey Sue of' r of t ,
Davie Alberta Precinct.: NO. 4-A. Across R. R. Bunnell will be held at the office *
Davie B. N.Davl" of the Bank In Bunnell. Florida. l
Gennell L. Ahrano. Jeanette on Thursday. January 8th 1970.
Davidson. Clarence Baber. Betty Jean at 3fOO O'Clock P. M. for the .
Dodgen. Clifford Bell Jeanette L. election of a Board of Directorsto
Dodgen Rhoda Bratcher. RobertBrown \ serve for the ensuing year : ,.
Dunlap. Yuonne Lorlan MamieCorbett and for the transaction of such
Gibson. William,Thomas Mary M; other business as may properlycome
Hubbert Rosa Lee Chambers Sallie Y. before the meeting.
Hunter Eleanor Hall Lettie Mae .. .. Howell .;V. Peavy., Cashier
Hymon. Catherine Henderson, Minnie Lenore Dec., '25. Jan. 1, 2tc.APVEUTIgHMBNT. -
Improta, Russell Henderson.VUllam Oscar _
Improta. Wlnnell B. Henry, Jeanette I. LEGAL
Jackson. Catherine Kelly. James J. Jr. J
Jones. Stella Ruclnskl, Bernice IN THE CrtlTNTV JUI OF3'9
Lee. BenLayton Sandlln. Cullle Mae COURT FOR FLAGLER COUNTY .-
Stella' Sandlln. Cator Robert WlOniI
Lorick. Charlie Lee Sheffield Wilbur Scott PltOIlATTC No. 82H
Mercer. Carolyn Sklerskl. Janelle IN RE: Estate of PKEDIM J ,
Tetera. B. Robert >.. .MORIN. Deceased. '
Mercer Kfc'l:: NOTEPJ'F : ;- '
Mercer: : N.: FINAL REPORT : "
Mercer Johnnie F.Mitehelil Precinct No. 0, Espanola AND APPLICATION FOR DIS-
Essie B. C"ARfH .f
Bertha Robert T. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN *
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Mitchell. John F. ...
., .Paradise. Helen ,' Blele.leskl. John Jr. : -. I Food Stores
SPlnner, Elnora ..,,- Blelejeskl, John J. .b j" i *.>. NOTICE IS GIVEN that :Merrltt : Ii. v Jiff! "
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CBIelejeskl.: Florence '- -- 'Powell, aa Administratorof
'Pinner. Thomas M. Jr. "
Randolph. Maceo \H. ..> Glddens. Robert L. ', i tr- above-styled; estate hasT' f Bunnell -=; Flkgler ,Beach ..
>e' I It" :
Rod ers. Eugene Old dens. Lizzie Mae completed his administration and' .
Sheffield. John I. Glover. Llnnie I. .. has filed In this Court his Final
Shellman. Clara Lue Golden. Albert Warren Report and Application for Distribution -
Smith Hattie Irvin I Dock and Discharge. Objections '; .
Smith Catherine Irvin Ernest J. If any should be duly filed
!Taylor Kenneth Samuel' McArthur, Teresa "with this Court. After: filing LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL APVERTISBMBJrT
Robinson. Thomas Proof of Publication showing
Taylor Clarice E.Thatcher. IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT IN TilE CtnCVfT COURT. IJT
Shea. Helen that this Notice has been pub-
Myrl R.
IN AND FOIL FLAG- ANn FOR FLAGLBR COUNTY
Watson Rodgers C. lished week for four
Thatcher. John M. once a con- .
LER COUNTY. FLORIDAIN FI.OIIIDACIVIL '
secutive we ks. the matter of
Wallace Jesse Corbert .
PHOIIATE 880 ACTION NO. .Tl Et
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Precinct No. B-A. Marlneland
approval of the report.the or-
Mable .
Wagner.
IN RE ESTATE OFKATHERINE FRANK C.-xDeMETRICKaka
Wagner. Albert Ackerman John H. dering of distribution of the estate nfcK
1. O'RYAN, FRANK C. ,
and the final discharge Of
"Vhlte, Joseph E. Atkins Jane also known as CatherineI. Plaintiff -
Catherine Administrator
.White I Mary E. undersigned as -
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Marie O'Ryan,
Barto. D. will come before the Court.
Louise RTltAvIrirSE
Wilegn.Dorothy!; Bel grave. Opal D. MRRRITT H. POWELL deceased : : DIETRICK
Yelvlngton Dorothy A. NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT Defendant.. .
Cline Bertha M.
Oleander Avenue
Yelvington, Leonard A. Everett. Nlta June Daytona K58 North Beach Florida 32018 AND APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE NOTICE OF ACTtON .
Goodin Fred T. .- Administrated TO: MARTHA KRUSE DIET-
Beach
No. 2. Flagler '
Precinct All persons are hereby notified -' RICK
Hall. Irene Van Dec., 18j 25. Jan. 1. 8. 4tc. beneral
David C. Hall. Clyde Travis that the undersigned as an- Wayne County
Aldrich.
r tRankln cillary executor of said estate Hospital
Lois G. Hall. Clyde Leslie LEGAL ADYERTtSEM1INT: '
Aldrich
Lillian May has completed the administration Eloise
William Glen NlAIIbUt :
Blanaet. .
thereof and has filed In said 'YOUARE an
Helen Eater Rolleston William F. IN TlrB< COUNTY .JUDGF.'S
Blanset L. Smith Hoken Napier COURT VLAOLcn. COUNTY Court his final report and application action for divorce has been filed I
Emily
Bondy.
Charles Edw. Wood Cecil B.MARY FLORIDA for discharge. Objections against you and you are required -
ondy.. PnOHATR No. RO8 tttlfr any should be duly to serve a copy of your written -
Britt.' Peggy Joyce. E. SMITH filed. filing proof of publication It on
Brock. Ruby L. IN RE: Estate of irgsUAAE.a plaintiff"
M. Supervisor of Elections GEORGE MOODY. showing this notice has attorney
Burke William M. Flagler County. Florida been published once a week for whose addressis 213
Burke Carolyn K. Deceased.CITATIOW four (4) consecutive weeks, the Silver Beach Avenue Daytona

Campbell Campbell. Anna William Jt. r I.KQAL ADVERTISEMENTIN THE STATE: OF FLORIDATO Court.matter will come before the roerChja ::a.'ll2011io.on and or be file
F .Jr
Clifton. Benton CIRCUIT First publication on December the original with the clerk of
Louise C. YRrug: :: JULIA MOODY
:::1D
Feddera
Blllie Jean'' N EULA M. FULLER 4. 1969. this court ,either before serviceon
Futch, Ronald A. CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR I. I. MOODY FORREST J. IRWIN plaintiffs attorney or Immediately -
Gadapee. Theresa M. FLAGLER COUNTY. LEONARD C MOODY As Ancillary. Executor thereafter; otherwise a default -
b .Geppert. CIVIL ACTION. 673-K JAMES A. BABBITT.. JR. Claude O. Varn will be entered against you
Oolien. ElllenGotten. ARTHUR LOCK HART. WILLIAM BABBITT Post Office Box 374 for the relief demanded In the
Gary A. E. Plaintiff, BETTY JOHNSONBARBARA St. Augustine Florida complaint or petition. .
Laura
Grlawold. H. 'vs. 8TRYKERL. Attorney for Ancillary ExecutorDec. WITNESS my hand, and the
Head.Hodges.Roderick Florence B. LENORA LOCKHART. A. YELVINGTON r 4. 11. 18. 25. 4tc._ seal of thla Court on December
Defendant. FRANK PYLETHOMAST. 9th 1969.
KIght. Araminta Felix .C. -, NOTICE OF !SUIT LENSSENC. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT" George I.1. MoodyAs
Macewlcz. TO: LENORA LOCKHART O. MAGEE Clerk of Court
Macewlcz. Cassie Address unknown. PAUL STERN REGISTER OF TO (Seal) ,
May Vernon C. M. YOU ARE HEREBY' NOTIFIED DUPONT & GORDON FICTITIOUS NAMR By: Kathryn L. Emery
May Elizabeth. that. an action for divorce and all other persons concerned: In compliance with House Bill Deputy Clerk
H.
Martin Charles has been filed against you and hereby notified that No. 1176. Chapter !0983. Laws of Dec. 18. 25. Jan-. 8. 4tc
Martin Elsie R *;' you are required to serve a copy th01jOl't :'I Petitions havebeen Florida Acts of 1941. aa amended. -
Harold ,
Massle, A.* of your, written any. filed In the above Court: the undersigned will register LEGAL APVBnTlSBMBJIT:
tWiett
Betty :;
Meadows. to It on Angus W. Attorney Petition for Assignment' of with the Clerk of the Circuit
Miller. Rufus Marvin ) Plaintiff! address Dower and Setting Aside Personal Court In and for Flagler County NOTICE. UNDeR FICTITIOUS,
hnhl-en
C.
Leonard
Moody, loI St. Property to the Widow oor I upon receipt of NAME LAWNotice .
Moody. Daisy W.G. Palatka Florida, and file the Petition for Determination of of.publication. .. of this notice la hereby given that the -
Owens, Jeanetto M. original with the Clerk of the Commissions and Attorney Fee the following fictitious undersigned, under' the provisions -
Pace, Frances Emil above ,styled Court on or before for Personal, Representative and name: of Chapter-. '53. Laws of
Pace, Waldemar C. Jr. the 26th day .January.' 1970: his Counsel. ARTESIA GARDENS Florida. Acts of 1941. -will register -
Parker; Grover .. otherwise a Judgment may be Requesting Orders Assigning located at AlA 10 ml. North of with the Clerk of the Cir-
Peterson Dean M. Jr.. ? ; the' Flagler Reach Florida underwhich cuit Court In and for Flagler
', entered against you for relief Dower, setting aside personal
RobinionTJohnhW' .*Jt. ;'-.t .' .demanded In the Complaint. property to the widow and fixingcommissions ,1 will engage In the bus- County.Florida, t'tlnofeIIt.n of c
WITNESS a and the for the personal inebs of. proof of.
Robinson Lydia K. seal of said Court! on the 17thday representative and attorney fee RI4TAI1 MERCHANDISE tice the following fictitious
Ryan. Eleanor L. D. I.'."' of December A. D. 1969. for his counsel and you andeach and that.,tHe undersigned _la the name to-wlt: "
Schatz. Robert J. GEORGE M. MOODYClerk of you are hereby requiredto only, person., ,interested in ..aldbulllne. FLAGLER BEACH ENTER
Sheffield. Winona of Circuit .Court file your written defenses ... : PRISES. INC.
Smith Fay B, A./- (Seal) : thereto within thirty days after Dated at.Btinnell. Florida, this under which we engaged In
GeraldStraucer }w. By a h .' Emery the first publication or posting 12th day of.December A. D. 1969. business at! F'r: Beach,
l Juanleta Cletua L. .. .J. ., .rl'j Deputy Clerk hereof and serve a. cOpy ,.thereof DONALD R. MOORE Florida. That the parties Interested -

Taylor., Oladya.. > '. > ,, Dee 2S.. Jan. 1. 8. 16. 4to.EVEXYMDYS upon petitioner's address* ..Attorney.whose Dee. 18. 25. Jan. I, 8. 4tcFOAL are a.In follows aald business: enterprise
( : name and are:
Egbert'Vfrv- 1
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Taylor ', .v LELAND B. SHAW ..ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE PATRICK E. 'PARKER
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F .M. Jr.4.,
Orvliene : ,: .',,r 'iJr' P.O'Bqx-296.. IRMA PARKER
Turpen. f4. Bunnell, Florida ::32010 Is hereby*given Hhat A TSON
fall to- do sot judgmentmay I will ,,no. longer be responsiblefor JANE GREGORY
If <<
No. a. lIa w Creek 81EiuE. 1Itr you
Preclnei be entered In due course any -d bts Incurred by FREDE. and that- the undersigned are
the IOGAN.rSR. also known aa the onlypersons Interested Insaid .
petition.WITNESS
Baylor Doris L. }tf upon my hand and the FRED HOGAN whose address Is business. :!
Brln on. Lillian seal of said Court: at Bunnell. 15. Palm Circle. Flagler Beach Dated at Bunnell. Flaglww.
.. BUSINESS
Johnson Mary- t l Florida this County FlolIdDe ember* >.
James-'Q.' Jr_f Ji ; FlaKIer County. Date' 1969B. ;
'Prince. taaa>A fArr.-aer.wrrrrr. 16th dai'ot December 18.'. 10 December .' 1969.! ,
Williams Willie Mae l't. : L. .McNAB. Guardian of 'PATRICKKi' PARKER '
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a., ...--.... /s/, "tbe person and estate of IRMA >
a-A. >rym* ,. ... .> ; County Judge RED E. HOGAN.. SR.. an nf: nATSON
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( FLAGLER TIlt.'O"> T1i17RS DECEMBER 25 1969 WRAY-CREAL FACULTY _' _'_

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NUPTIALS !
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PERFORMED

Mrs. Grace S. Wray and< bP
Walter K. Creal were married<
Saturday December 13 in the<
home of her son in law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin -

Gresham, Gainesville.Dr. : < ,
Fred Laughn, pastor ,,
Gainesville First Baptist
Church, officiated at the ceremony -
It was a smalls family
'. X wedding. ._
\I Miss Brenda, Gresham, was
her grandmother's maid of
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honor. Robert Creal, nephewof

the groom, was best man. .;' .a..";"71... ._ ,. _......m.m
There was a reception, afterward Photo by Theo C. lhln

I I-I III" at the Gresham home. The faculty of the Flagler County Schools honored Mrs.
Mrs. Don Alford Jacksonville,
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Viola Tonkin Wednesday evening at a covered dish supper at I

.- SANTA'S HELPERS '. ::Bunnell tions Club President Howard ed.daughter of the bride; assist Bunnell High School Cafeteria. Mrs. Tonkin Is retiring from the

I ",,., .,. .. Lerch, right, and Deputy Hstri wrapping gifts at the Li<*ns Christmas party Friday night at undisclosed destination, Mr. METTS'
I" .. Howard Johnsons. Readyi i :' the gifts for delivery to Rodehaver and Mrs. Creal are at homeat CELIA JOYCE EMERYTO DAVEY,

Boys Ranch are, 1 to r, Miss Hel n Nolte, Mrs. M. Fuller;:. Mrs. 1106 East Lambert Avenue, CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY

f P. A. Edmorison, Mrs. Lercl\\ gild Mrs. Don Jordan. Bunnell. WED LAWRENCE
Metts celebrated his
Davey
i LENSSENS HOST MRS. DUNSON Tom and Nltjse Lenssen OLIVER SATURDAYThe third birthday Sunday after.

ANNUAL YULE .. '" left Saturday for Asheville, N. wedding of Cella Joyce noon at a party given by his
.. OPEN HOUSEHighlighting SPEAKS TO.WOMAN'S ,'.,:t C. where they will spend the Emery and Lawrence Oliver parents, Mr. and Mrs. John.
,. ii 6' CLUB holidays visiting her moher, will be solemnized at 4:30 ny Metts at their home, For
the ie
YuleSi Mrs. Tom Humphries. Saturday afternoon, December sythe St., Bunnell.A .
social season was the annual Mrs. H. J, Dunson, Palatka
First
'Bunnell Baptist
27 In the
Open House Sunday from Church.
p. m. at the home of BiU'atlcf spoke on "Safety In with Santa Claus, Ice 'cream
Mary Lenssen at Von Bufaw 'The Home" when she addressed Miss Virginia Wadsworth of The Rev. Toni Pinner, pastor and colas were served to fifteen -
Ranch. About 125 friends ,0f the Flagler Woman's Clubat Boulder, Colo, arrived via Hialeah Baptist, Church will .of ,Daveys family' : members -
the couple attended the gala: a business meeting last Jet Saturday to.spend the perform the double ring cere Joining him for the cele
Yule in Bunnell with
holiday event.A week. Hostesses were Misses holidays mony. bration. :.
Christmas tree adorned Emily and Flora Gage. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. All friends and relatives .of

with brightly colored baubles. Mrs. H. J. McCormick and Lewis Wadsworth, the ,couple are Invited to the G. H. BOYETTS
and tinsel, and Yule arrang Mrs. Burton, Goodwin were ceremony and reception afterward HOSTS XMAS
ments placed at vantage: welcomed .as new members. VISITING PARENTS In the church fellowshiphall. '
EVE PARTY
points throughout the hom Club members voted to ask Bunnell school faculty No Invitations are being
created a typical holiday set.* the; cooperation of the: locallurches members Misses Santa Brad. sent. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Boyett
b tlng.- in encouraging traf'fte ley and Eloise' McClUre left were hosts at a Christmas Eve
I safety during theYuletide Friday for West Virginia to party at their' home In St.
A silver bowl filled witty} CHRISTMAS .. Johns Park.
.Season. : spend the holidays with their ..
ynulti-colored Chrlstmas-.ball About twentyfive' attendedthe parents.' PARTY FETES Joining the couple for ,the
:flanked,'by tall lighted taper meeting at ,the club holiday affair' were Mr. and
in silver candlesticks 'err+cir?.; .'. ,- CHOIR
house. ', ,',.I" YULE VISITORS, Mrs. J. C. Peacock and familyand
cled with greenery, formed ,,' ti. Mr. and Mrs.' L. C. Pea.*
Mr. Lassiter
and Mrs W.
Yuletide decorations bright.
for Tef resh
the centerpiece the
cock of Blackburn, Ga.; Mr.
Augusta, Ga are spendingthe ened the Walter Morris homeIn
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ment ta ble. Delectable tidbits WINTER VISITORS
and Mrs. Lyle. Francis,
l In 1 Bunnell: with
holidays
Bunnell Sunday night for
cookies and punch. were serw
HONORED: ..ONJf.NiuVJftSARIJS Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.'
their son in law'and, daughter the Morrises annual dinner
ed.
: : Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wads,- party given for Methodist Gaston Boyett, Mr. and Mrs.,
Ronald Boyett and family, Mr.
"' HOUSEGUESTSMr. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Froe- worth and children. Church choir members and
and
and Mrs. BobWeaver
and Mrs. Andrew Pata. leigh, 'Syracuse, N. Y. and Mr. their families. .
family and Mr. and Mrs. David
lak, Trumbull, Conn. have arrived aid Mrs. Roland Rose, Dun. Dr. and Mrs. Ben Lacy haveas Christmas evergreens, trees
Lewis and .family, all of
at Von Bulow Ranch, to kirk, N. Y., winter guests at holiday houseguests her decorated with ornaments ands
spend the holidays with.their D l-Mar Motel, Flagler Beach, mother, Mrs. Lillian Vucko- tinsel, and blinking colored, Bunnell..
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son in ,law and, daughter, Mr.' celebrated their 'wedding anniversaries 'Vlch and children Debbie' and lights, completed the scqne .. : ,
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'" and MrS. 'Bill Lenssen and! at a' party TuesdAy .' Wayne of Pensacola.Mr. for'the annual,affair. HOLIDAY' GUESTS

children. I *f night given' by George Santa dressed In a red, vel Holiday guests at the homeof
RAhn at the motel. _and Mrs. Bob Law, vet suit, centered the serving Rev. and Mrs. Reynold
Other motel guests Joining Flagler Beach, left last week, table overlaid with ared, Hoover are Mr.. and Mrs. Car.
I the Couples for the Joint celebration for Saginaw, Michigan to white and 'green cloth embellished son Balbach and Julie and
'"' were Mr. and Mrs. spend the Christ as holidays with sequins. A buffet Stewart Warren,' Illinois; Mrs.
: % '\ Iterry Ward, Harrisburg. Pa.; with his mother JMrs.: R. Law. supper was enjoyed by Phyllis Rooney and :Jill Jack

1-1 Waiter Grieger, LaCrosse, those attending. sonville; Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Ind.; William Grogan, Fort ARRIVES. FOR' VISIT d DeGunther and 'Terrl .'. and

"'); ? ,Thr>mas,- Ky. and Rev. and Mrs. Cennie Poe, Birmingham HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Janis, Sioux City, Iowa; Mr.
Ii ( *; ''- Mr*. Archie Forsythe, Port Ala.. arrived Tuesday to and Mrs. William Brock Iowa
;4 4 Ro'van, Ontario; Ronald De spend Christmas,at Espanola Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wads. City, Iowa; Mrs.' Flossie Dunn, ,
J' Wglt, Detroit, Mich. with her son In law and worth and family of Lufkin, Sioux City Iowa; Mr. and
daughter, Mr. ana"Mrs. N. II.. Texas are spending the hol Mrs. Russell Larson and San.
j CHXUSTMAS GUESTS Lane and family. idays in ,Bunnell visiting. her dra, :James and Dave, 'Sandwich

Mr. and Mrs. John Love: Jr. mother, Mrs. Daisy Buckles Illinois; and ,Mr, and
r and Son John of Colorado HOLIDAY VISITORS.. and relatives. Mrs. Jack Beatty, Ocala! .

Springs, Colo, are spendingthe Mr. and Mrs. Botf' William. .

Christmas holidays' In son, Flagler Beach, have as
Bujtnell with their,son in law ho
their holiday s guest, his
and Coach, and Mrs.
daughter.
sister; Mrs. Jean Jensen South
Jack Hall and family River, N. :J.

I J* ck and Ruby West plan td Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrisare
spend the holidays In Saraso-- spending Christmas in Or.
ta visiting with :Mr. and Mrs.
lando with their son In law
I- Jim_ Russo and family.: and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.

!ll i i \J/ John Ellis and son John, Jr.doityourself .

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DECEMBER 25 1969 ?-THE FLAGI.ER TRIBUNE COMPLETES, COURSE CARROLL TO HEAD Junior Warden, Sam' Broada-

DAV- DELIVERS Flagler County Deputy way; .Secretary Z. G. .Holland i
I r Ln ? GIFTS_. T0 CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL Sheriffs Cecil Westbrook Ace BUNNEXJL LODGE ', Jr; and Treasurer, GeorgeE.
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,1 Drummond and Matthew Wlckline. '
N 1+' Carl Carroll has been 4 ; T,
Williams have completed a elected to be Worshipful Mas A fish fry was served' ';to' :h'
200 hour law enforcementcourse ter of. Bunnell Lodge No. about! fifty members and ':,{
at St. Augustine Law 200 for next year. Carroll is their guest 'at a master mas."t,
Enforcement Academy. Mrs.Ace' X Technician at Bunnell last .
.r -Ray ohj;( ceremony Tuesday ,
Drummdnd, nurse at Bun. : .
xPhoto General Hospital. evening.
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4'' Deluxe solid state fully Let us help beautify Flagler '.
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transistorized stereophonic County. Large variety of ever. stIN
high fidelity consoles In 'greens, palms hedge plants.
beautiful bland rubbed finish;: 5:% miles S of Bunnell on ..: ;
Deluxe BSR 4 speed record U. S. 1. Feb. 15 tfc ;
changer and 4 speaker audio 4
.- by Theo C. Hcln. system. To be sold for $79.00 SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 1969 d .Ti4

Members of DAV Chapter 86, are 'shoWn above visiting and each. Can be paid for...month fields Installed:. Rota-Roter
distributing Christmas gifts to the youngsters ,at Harry-Anna ly May be Inspected In waresnail shell. Reasonable prices. 1", ; .,
Crippled Children's Home Saturday afternoon at Umatilla. Par house at Unclaimed .Freight Call George Jarosz, 437.3410

ticipating were Commander and Mrs. Walter Wilkins, Mr. :and 527 Volusfei, Paytona Mon. 8-1-U
Mrs. Gil Krier Mr.. and Mrs. John Lutton, Rev. Lester 'Stanton. thru Fri 9 a: m.'to 6 p. m.SLIGiiri. SCRATCHED- ...If

Ted Hein' Mrs Mabel'' Morgan, Mrs. Anna Hein and ,Adelaide Sat 9 a. m. to 1 p.m. Itc. .shipment, 6 new 1969 Zig-

Hein. WANTED TO RENT-Furnlsh- Zag Sewing Machines withed
2 bedroom house at least full factory guarantee. Na- .

MEDICARE CLAIMSTO the payment of Medical insur 6 months to 1 year,'with Intlonally.. advertised brands.' To 1 .' .
ance claims (Part B of Medicare tentjon ,of buying. Contact be sold ,for$29.00 each or paid j.
BE FILED BEFORE ) :under the Social Security Elmer Sylvester; 1704 Pine St., for monthly. These machines ,',.
Act. The ,time limit for New Orleans .La. 70118.. may be Inspected in warehouse
JANUARY FIRST payment of medical services; I: Dec. .25Jan... 1' and '.8,.'3tp. at Unclaimed Freight, Y:
between 527 Volusla, Daytona, Mon. "I
received
There are some Medicare ; October 1, FOR.RENT Furnlshedl bedthru \
: : ; Fri. 9 a. m. r. 6 p. m.-
1967 and' September 30 1968
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beneficiaries in Flagler County Ideal for '
room- apartment.
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Sat. 9 1
a. m. p. m. Master n'
who will lose money if they December, 31: ,, 1969.. : couple or single. rain.' Call Charge and Bank' Americard k. fj
don't file a claim before the 'Some ,:Flagler' countians 439.2528.'Dec.. 25 Itc b.: : : .
beginning _of' the New Year. haven' 't filed ,.for ..these'pay I accepted. Itc.+
"We hope these will file their ments.because' they think the FOR'RENT.:. -Completely' furn UNCLAIMED FREIGHT
claims before January, '1, bills for medical services must' ished 3 ;.bedroom' home: In. '4 Deluxe solid state fully .
1970," said Mell D. EadIe, District be paid before they can;, reqelve eludes drapes, TV laundry transistorized stereophonic .").
Manager of -the' Daytona any "payments from theirMedicare' ,equipment-,- ,etc.! .Garage and high fidelity consoles In ;
Beach Social Security Office. insurance. "This. is large yard., Call Mary Kran- beautiful hand rubbed finish. t':. '.'

There. are time limits for not true. ,.. ," Eadle- .said, ski 437-3887 Dec., .11, TFC Deluxe BSR 4 speed record I
chap mv* Q YO.r1. A OT-tA' .*Ir A. *..tirls. *

,..' : .;...:;.>"" ,''- ,. system..0&V To be sold for $79.00 -,
each. Can be paid for month.. ,.
r .,, ly.; May Inspected: in warehouse r-
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:A : 1 size gas stove. Must be in Atlantic Hardware and:
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g-THE FXJIGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER 25 1969 POINSETTIA a window, door, or street. FLACLER PLAYERSTO
artificial
light where they receive
_II CABBAGE HARVEST UNDERWAY IN FLAGLER PRUNING: light. Spells of overcast, PRESENT

So you want a lot of bright wet weather In late September DRAMA DEC. 28
red poinsettias blooming at and early October may short.
Christmastime? en the days enough to make "Dust of the Road" a dramaby
plants set buds and bloom
Better Kenneth Sawyer Goodman
get busy right away early. And high temperaturesin
and make' will be by the Flag.
a final tlp-pruning October and Septembermay presented
on them no later than Sep slow flowering and ler*Players Sunda fight, December .
tember 10. Pruning after September coloring of up bracts. 28 at Flagler Beach
10 can Interfere with United Methodist Church. Rev.
flowering, because Poinsettias Look for Indications of scab Reynold Hoover director..
set their' buds soon after October when you prune your poln. The public Is ''Invited.
settlas. Scab shows up as con
10, according to horticulturist
j raised lesions or
with the Florida Agricultural spicuous
l l n n 2. Extension Service.Do cankers on the stem "or cane. TAXPAYERS
Prune and destroy all scab-
not remove more than six MEETING .
a tr Infested branches as soon as
leaves back from the end of'the
branch. you spot them. POSTPONED
Other variables that havean Fertilize poinsettias with a
effect on poinsettias 11.1 ratio fertilizer such 'as The Flagler Beach Taxpayers '
blooming profusely at Christ. 6.6.6 or' 8.8.8 after the bracts meeting scheduled Monday
mastime are temperature, have set. This promotes large 'December 29 has been
3a H 3 .', i weather, and 4 length of day. bracts with good color and postponed until Monday, .Jan
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Delay in' flowering can be aids in prpmotlng root growth uary'26 at 7:30: p. m. In Flag"
caused during the winter months. let Beach Municipal' Halls-
f '\ Louis Stefllk, left, and Mike Steflik are shown looking over by plants being near

freshly harvested cabbage from their (fields at Steflik Farms.

\ The cabbage are being packed into boxes for shipment td northern -..,
J markets. The Steflik's cabbage were among the first to be
harvested In' Flagler County this season. Prices so far are good.
The Stefllk Brothers said they would receive approximately
$3.25 per'crate for this lot.
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WINTER VISITOR He was a WW1 veteran and

U '\ DIES IN BUNNELL States was retired Army.from He is the survived United t p970 JHb7w

I GENERAL HOSPITAL by two sons.Funeral giv

I Frank services were held
Cook, 73, winter visitor -
at Flagler Beach, passed at ,Asheville, N. C. Craig Funeral
Home Bt nneU, was in '
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of local ,
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Neighbors:
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For; their kind remembrances, may you all have a Very iix very many :
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. '
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BountiI.ful ,blessings. ; )ba ii thanks.
Bright be'yourholiday
Affectionately, yours t holiday.,
season .,.
ELSIE AND WILLIS WHITE. _.

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TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER 25. 1969 FRIENDLY CIRCLE' ,
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CHRISTMAS PARTY CHUECH
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Restaurant last. Thursday eve

ning. i BUNNELL BAPTISTS FLAGLER COUNTY!

After the dinner:,they wentto ENJOY FAMILY CHURCH DIRECTORY
the Robert Cook home fora

social hour. CHRISTMAS PARTY

Over 10O persons enjoyedthe CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe
family Christmas Party at Rev. Father Anthony
the First Baptist Church of Leon Pastor

Bunnell Wednesday evening.

Supper was served udder St. Marys Church, tCorona '

candlelight.The Sunday Mass.__.._.. 730a.' m-
program Included recitations Weekday Masses: Monday
e by the primary child- Wednesday ,and Friday. 8:30*,
ren, selections by the Junior a. m. -'
Choir and group singing led
a by Mr.. Falrcloth.
6 a s. % Gifts were under the Christ Blessed Sacrament Chapel

mas tree to be distributed to Flagler Beach
/ F needy families in the county. Sunday Mass ..._._.9:00 a. m.
I I At the close of the party the Weekday Masses: Tuesday.
Christmas tree decorations of Thursday and Saturday at
$ 'p"G candy canes and mashmellow 9:00 a. m.Catechism.
..{: Kr snowmen.were enjoyed by the Classes. 3:00 p. ,m.

children attending the party. Tuesday.St. .
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, Stephens, Bunnell"
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Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.

SUNDAY. DEC. 28 Tuesday.
\ Confessions before all masses.
It's time lobehappyL.tr "Behold. God ,exalteth by Weekday'' Devotion: Novena

May,, the blessings of the season .,. his power: who. teacheth like to Our Lady Wednesday and
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shared by one and all.COOK'S ., ''r. : ; Merry Chrjstmas.j This verse from the book of I.
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... .. '...1' w Community Memorial
"t." I '. 1 Sermon "Christian Science" to
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'. r. .. : .: ; "L': denomination on Sunday.A Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beacrh"-
I HOMER R. BENTLEY Reverend R. W. Dickert. Pastes ; .
'.." .,:.: passage from Science and
SUND'RY'Bob < x # Health with Key to the Scrip. Sunday School \......_._..-,...9:45"
.,. ,'/,;: Administrativ6 Director tures by Mary Baker Eddy Worship Service ..:_..___.11:00 ?

Evelyn, John, Janet ''and, Maryr I !< ': ''I:" I .f'., .,,U$ hr .reads: "For three years ,after Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
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each month at 2
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< my discovery, I sought the.solution
of this problem of -
y Mind-heaIing, searched the First Baptist Church

__ l. Scriptures and read little else Moody Boulevard- Bunnell
kept aloof from society, and Sunday School.945 a.'m.

devoted time and energies. to' Worship Service..11:00 a. m.
positive rule." Evening Worship..._.7:30 p. m.
,All ''are welcome to attend. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. ra.

Wednesday:
XMAS SERVICES

First United Methodist
PLANNED AT F. B.
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.. METHODIST CHJJflCH.;: ?.?, ..JL- '.'...... Rev. Earle A....Wilder PastorSunday :
.".,.. r? SchoQ\.. .9:45 a. m. .
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7CandleUghtService
annual
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Worship Service-11OO a. m.:;
will be at 11:00 p .m. Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45p.

Christmas Eve at the church. ., Wednesday .
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Childrens Choir Rehearsal ,
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,., I 3 p. m.
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public Is Invited.
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Nan, ''''':" : : .':t' .' WSCS: .1st Wednesday' at

.: t<, ';'.':. >.>. ...,.. METHODIST 'MEN 9a., m.
,. ... ..,. .' ,.] Circle 3rd Thursday
.."" ; .' .> ".::" MEET AT HAW CREEK Friendly : :
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Methodist Men from
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hmr6thcbd15 .
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.5 _I > : ; l. George and venslon Clegg and prepared Leslie Tucker. by- Flagler Beach United

.:: :.j.r.'i;. I Supper was served at Haw Methodist Church
on- xs s > ;.,, i \ Creek Community Center. DR. DALLAS BROWNING
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V'i'" After the regular business
\ weir amihar Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
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<, ) }\' OWJ ,' 'i' \' meeting the group. of four- Church SChool..9:45: a. mu
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; ,....4f carols plag. .: ..: f film. Womens Society Christian

: .... Service: 2nd Thursday 'of each I

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.. '(::he wor6s repeat ,.. : Thirtyfive.teenagers from: HOLINESS PENTECOSTAL CHURCH, i

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r ".""" M.'!;".c..oN'::. Ii .' earth .,'L.''''' Methodist,Church;went carol Bunnell Off Franz St.
: ., .w .. Of peace on '. ing Wednesday evening and REV. JOHN L. LINGOLD
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;: < J2 < :. {' i convened at, the Clifford Hig-
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ginbotham home for refresh-
r. ,'r. ., \ ; ,;.' '. f, : Prayer MeeL..Wed. 7:30 p. m.

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v "\ .(tJ \ :" 0 l. .' ; miles east of Bunnell on
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DBJC ANNOUNCES from the admissions v v*>.:' ; j )it 'tr; J., .
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cation courses are' scheduledto Registrations are now being third phase of the 1969-70 Beach Social (Security Office
start the week of January taken from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. dove hunting season Saturday will be In Bunnell from
12 at DBJCs school of applied and 6:30 to 9 p. m. In the December 13. Hunting is to 12:00 January
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science. Included are begin Guidance Center building at allowed from 12:00 noon until '
ning and advanced: book Daytona Beach Junior College. sunset through January. IStjbu: The meeting place

keeping; card punch operator; Registration is $5.00 for all According to the' Game and will be' Flagler Housing Authority .
office machines; secretarial courses except card punch operator Fresh Water Fish Commission Hall in 30O Block on
procedures and sklllsr; beginning which Is"a $15.00 this is the final phase of the Bacher Street.
intermediate and ad./ charge. Certificates are presented dove/hunting season. The bag
vanced shorthand; steno- to students who satis limit for the third phase season .
script; beginning and advanced factorily complete the semes will remain.... at 181 doves
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Edna Carroll and son RECEIVE DEGREES
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'Cart Carroll, Bunnell; spent
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Michael Eugene Church, both
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game', a jump shot from 25
BUNNELL JUNIOR VARSITY_ BASKETBALL TEAM FATHER LOPEZIN .feet out with seven seconds

"I f ': "" '''''' ''' ''" ''.. /''< ,. ,. --r.. ,, iEj, THRILLERThe: J left, to tie the score 73-73 and
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the Green Waves of Father the second overtime periled '
F Lopez their fourth defeat of the. Bulldogs outscored
II ; Jhei season{iJ.1 "a" ;.double) overtime thttBstubborn; Greenies 9.2 to
1 : cliff hanger here Satur-- take their sixth victory of the
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Elijah: Emanuel"and
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,, lead .aJ11naI1y' went ahead, tributed 21. Greg Beer led the

____ In the fourth period. ;rheBul1dogo'Jed Greenies with 24 points. He
two points in the was followed by Dennis Bay
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L \ L_ tied .the'' score with a layup In the junco; varsity game
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time. jy : trim Bunnejl 3933.
( Bunnell went ahead in the Father Lopez, 1.4 for the
r ;: overtime period and led 73-69 season, will play In the Main
with 27 seconds left on the. land Classic Christmas tour-
w,,, i1 k, clock. A basket by Joe,Saufl nament at Mainland' Monday'
made it 7371. Then: Mike Dye and, Tuesday.Peace .

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The Bunnell Junior Varsity Basketball team Includes the following, boys: Standing: Andrew ,
I h Johnson* Herman Robinson. Norman Irvin Carlton Steward John Hill and Jeff Taylor, 'r Take Advantage of Our f
''II Kneeling: Pat Gurnee, Chester Smith, David Solomon, Leroy Jenkins: Jabo: Spates and' Ralph 'I "'; r ';(' I.'. ;

Harrison.. The team is coached by Max Boales. HOLIDAY LI, : TUNE-UP SPECIAL : f

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varsity football players were Anna Crippled Children's Hos Plus Parts '
selected for the St. Johns flyer pital in Umatilla were made ..,. ,
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Conference; all Star Class at the regular DAV meetingWednesday )f" : '
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Friday, January 2 at..2 m.
senior, was selected an offence Beach. p. ..
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'BHS, junior, was selected defense club's bingo game scheduled Hall. Refreshments will be .
.1f,, tackle; and Perry All- Thursday Dec. 25 had been served and. prizes will. be Our Qualified OM Technicians. ,

.Kman, BHS Freshman, was canceled. The next game will awarded. .. '"
; named defense half-back be conducted at 8 p. m. Jan- The public 'is invited. :,
.' ,i" Mike Barber, a senior, and uary 1.The Proceeds from the event go
Chevrolet "' 1rc .
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