The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 NO.. 2 THURSDAYS. JANUARY 2. 1969 $3.50 A YEAR

I Lehigh Property Sold To. 'ITT\ Rayonier W Believe:i r.. I

-1 ... It Happened in Flagler 11.'
Biggest Sale in, Flagler History! all. ;ill 7

NEW BIDS FOR cember 12th. However, 1,

.. bids were rejected and new
""';' >,'N- FLAGLER BEACH c bids called for. TEN YEARS AGO .

:./4;; ; PARK CAMPSITESThe Presently there are 14 camp Allida Tur,''e.' of Ha'v Creek
sites at Beach State
N Y ; Flagler was awarded! Grand Champion
J opening date for Park. filled to
new They were capacity
award for the Brahman
....j'.i bids' for 20 additional camp and overflowing during male she entered at the Put-
sites and rest facllltles
Jew .room most of the summer.
nam County Fair Livestock
: >. 4 at flagler Beach State The Flagler Beach State Show. Brenda Tucker's calf

Park has been set for JanuaTry .:!',kPark campsites have the un- won the Grand Champion! female

16, 1969.Accordin1. usual quality of offering award.

to Information camping right on the ocean (-0-)

received from State Board of I front. Across ,the highway to As a result of P shooting

Parks Information Office, the -, the west are additional recre- affray at the old airport be..

bids were returnable on De:? ationl facilities. tween Bunnell and Flagler

.... Beach, two men ,were dead, "

two were hospitalized with
wounds and two men were in
Jail. .

Arthur Carle of Bunnell was

elected treasurer of the North

Florida Ill-Y Conference at

North View at Lehigh Plant y"e fin. Tallahassee. The .Bunnell .
Chapters of IIi Y and Tri-HI-

THE LOCAL LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT 'Y were represented at the conference

by Judy Lewis, Nancy
: PROPERTY has been sold to International Telephoneand Brannam, Mose Atkinson and

,.: Telegraph Rayonier, Inc. for the sum. of $4,500,000 Carle '
it l has been announced. The sale also included ,approxi-

mately; 1500 acres located in Meriweather County; Paced by the beautiful run-
( t ning of Louis Stefllk and the
Georgia, according to Ernest P. Davis, Resident, Manager smooth passing of Cliff Shef

of Southeast Timber Division of Rayonier, Inc., / field and Billy ,Babbitt, the

: Fernandina Beach, Florida.< Davis. stated ITT Rayonierwill '. I Bunnell Bulldogs defeated
Macclenny 4021..
the ,
manage property.
Although the sale has been Bunnell High School

rumored for the past several F4LAG0ER; BEACHNCOIAMISSIONERS; ,. :;;..1". L'' Gym Bond Issue got approvalof

_?-- _.months it wa 'rjoj) made .ot.4ncial most of Flagler County voters
.. ;...- ..t'ntii> last weekwhcn- .. Mosquito" ttloGhQIC
9ie lagler
''--- "* : :, ( Cbntrol,. >I penhouse .Flagler County freeholders -
..;. .... payment' was--: made In-New ACCEPT BIDS <: Saturday afternoon, to give the public an. ,opportunity' to see voted overwhelmingly for ;

"t York City, and the deed flied the so-called bond issue to finance -
Monday. Dec. 23 with the The Flagler Beach City Commissioners the new office* I..shop'and. garages they have just complete J
:.. accepted Florida Shown left to right are Lyman Gage, Commission Chairman,' the building.
Clerk of Circuit
Flagler County
Portland Cement Company'sbid Frank Brede, retiring commissioner, Leonard Johnson, commis- ( o-J
Court for
.. recording. Miss
Peggy Wray, daughterof
of $4.65 per barrel for 750 sioner elect, and Clinton' Giddens, commissioner.
Records indicate the sale Mr., and Mrs., W. F. Wray, I\-
barrels of cement for the Palm
< 1., price, $4,500,000, is the largest Circle paving project The had been selected to be a
land sale transaction ever recorded Maid of Honor at the Gator
commission also accepted the MRS. in Flagler County. ,Bowl Game. New Years Day
$1,556.00 bid of L & M Paving
ITT Inc. PASSED' AWIAYWEDNESDAY EVENTS between Clemson and Missouri
owns Rayonier
Company for sand seal cov: I.'
in Jacksonville.THIRTY1 .
which controls (thru
already ,
ering. A. M- TODAY: Flagler Beach City ..
and lease) ..: .
ownership more
In other business the commission Commission meeting at 7:30:
than ,50,000 acres of timberland Mrs. ;Jesse, M.. Rice, 84, 209
,'I< in this immediate area. : Forsyth: St., Bunnell passed p. m. Bunnell school band made)**'.
GRANTED permission to.the (-o-)
There was no official indica away Wednesday, December a clean sweep of trophies offered
tion as to what ITT Rayonier librarian to purchase 12 booksat .25 ,at :OJunrjell: General Hos Bunnell Band Parents meet in band competition at

plans to do with the new site. a cost of $51.99.ADOPTED pital., at 8 p. m. in the Bunnell High the annual Stetson homecoming
an ordinance School Band Room. celebration at Deland. The
j She born in
Lehigh vacated the property was Janesville.
changing the 'zoning'classUl band brought home a partic
/ Iowa and ;moved to Bunnell
several years ago when they (-o-)
ipation plaque, a for
15 from there. cup
discontinued the productionof years ago
APPROVED Christmas bon Dinettes meet at 8 p. m. at best musicianship; a cup for
cement in Flagler County. Survivors Include two the home of Mrs. Walton Kinney .
executing precision maneuvers -
for the
uses city's eight employees
The plant site has excellent daughters, Mrs. Elbert Wag Bimini. best and a sweepstakescup.
: City Clerk, $25; Deputy
industrial with ner, Titusville; Mrs. Marie Lie-
prospects (-0-) _
City Clerk, $10; City Superintendent
Force, Waterloo, Iowa two
railroad spur line and sidings, ; (-0-)
Street'and MONDAY The
$25; : Flagler
sons, Earl, .Bunnell and
harbor facilities ;
paved highway, Sanitation employees, $10; Li County ,Commissioners 'meetat Hal Murray, Hilda Sheffieldand J
for barges and other Frank, Janesville, Iowa; two ......
S Hall Maintenance 9:00 at the courthouse.0 Veldia : BunnellJr.
brarian, $5; City a. m. Hooper
sisters, Mrs. Leo Mooney,
craft: and good airport facilities.
t .. $5; and Police Chief, Wavcxly. Iowa; ,and Mrs. Vin- (- -) High School, were winnersof

ie Konarska El Monta, Calif.: The Bunnell City Commission an essay contest sponsoredby
The plant site had a large' $10.APPROVED United States Sugar Corp.
the request of one brother, Clarence Me- meets at 7:30: p. m.
office building, warehouses,
.the city clerk to transfer funds Cann. Phoenix, Arizona; four ( ) (-.0Flagll"r -)
kilns, storage silos, shop'and -o- outstand
County's ,
from accounts not drawing interest
grandchildren and two
production buildings. VFW Auxiliary will meet at .
'to Time Deposit Ac ing development during1938..
counts. 8 p. m. at the post home West. was tie'completion of Marine .
Funeral services Fri
MURDER TRIAL AGREED to give sanitation day morning at 10:00: were at Bun Moody Blvd., Bunnell. ; Studibs. Another improvementwas
department employees half- nell First Baptist Church with (-o-) construction of Perkins

,: SLATED JAN. 6 day holidays Dec. 24 and 31 the Rev. Shelton Brooks offic Korona Civic Club members H wy. "extending from Bunnellto

and all-day Dec. 25 and Jan: 1 iating. The body was forward- meet at 8 p. m. at the White Deland. A new building 1
_. with Eagle at Korona. was completed on the school .
pay.ASKED .ed to Janesville, Iowa for bur- '
The trial of Kit Armln Hayden the Flagler Beach 'ial. (-9-) campus for use as an agricultural

22, Baton Rouge, charged Planning Board to submit sug- Pallbearers were Earl Rice, TUESDAY Masonic Lodge department of the ,
'.' in the of two youths recreation school. Five new residences. r
slaying for
gestions expending Jr; Donald Bullock Wilfred. No. 200 F&AM' meets at 7:30: built.
1near[ here more than a year funds. Hunter C. B. Eisenbach, Michael p. m. In Bunnell.0 were

". ago, has been slated for Jan APPROVED a building permit Hinds, and L. W. McMil ( ) 40 YEARS AGO .
.. uary ,6 at the Flagler County to H. H. Hunt for .a dock Ian. "'1'"
Courthouse. and marina. Craig Funeral Home, Bun- Senior Citizens suppermeeting Zeno Mercer, young son of

't; Hayden and Norman Grant AUTHORIZED the Police nell was in charge of local ar at 6'' p. m. at' the Flagler Mr. and Mrs. J. F Mercer, was

Garrett, 26, Burns, Oregon, Chief to place a"'patrol man, rangements. Beach Municipal Recreation painfully injured at school

are accused of murdering on-call on duty when the Police Hall. when he fell from the volley

,,':. Daniel Shoultz, 18, Blooming- Chief 'is' off duty. TIDE TABLETides (-0WEDNESDAY-) ball net support and a hook.

"f' S ton, Ind. and Stephen Moore, AGREED to have Smokey's for January 2-8 : Country Club pierced his arm.

, .f 18, San Anfelmo, Calif., Noember Automotive in Daytona Beach LO\V. will meet at 8 p. m. at the (-o-) ':,..'
\t'' > \,- 1967. make the necessary repairs. to home of Mrs. Jeanette Berthaat A turpentine plant at ;

\ ''a Circuit Judge WilliamS the city's garbage truck. Day. A.M. '. P.M,. A.M. P.M., Biminl. Orange Hammock, owned fby

'.., -'.:.;' Wadsworth will hear the case. INSTRUCTED the City.Clerk '2 7'30 7J48: 12:48: :1:36: (-o-) '!*Jj 'F" Lambert was destroyed .

...... i.\', ,. ., One hundred, prospective Jur- to purchase 10.30 gallon steel 3 8:06: -;. 8:25 1:24: 2:12: ; m." 1 by, fire.i ,iff: ._ ''.
A. P. meets at 7:30
jy ors ,will receive summons for drums and lids for use a's 4 "' 8:48: ; '9:00 2:06: 2:48: p. ("
';a;; .,.ry :.*.<.' the'. trial Selecting the 12 'trash receptacles at hula>huts. 5 924; ,'9:42: 2:42 '3:24 at Bunnell Airport, .;\,r't.i i Stanish. .USMC' Parts 'A'11

:'S..;.!. r; ,man jury'will be !the first order GRANTED permission to'the 6 10:00: 10:18..3:18., 4:00.: JO, (-0-'). i. Island spent Christmas with"" '1 .,,' ;

,ii"t( ?,. of. business Monday morn-. .Pier Restaurant' and' Tackle 7 10:36: 10:54'4:00: 4:36: Bunnell Boy Scout : Troop' S his parents. Mr.. 'and. Mrs.,Joseph -\' }. .; ;,:

ng. Shop tb close Christmas Day. 8 11:12 11:36 4-:42 5:12 will meet"at'7:30 p. m. .. Stanish.' "*" -.. ,;: <*rT 'if ..:
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3Jl1uglrr mrtbuttr THURS.. JANUARY 2. 1969 2-THE F1JIGLEB TRIBUNE
Entered aa second class matterINCORPORATED -.
February 6. 1913. at the post :; )"{
IIUNNKE.L.. KL.OIUOA ,office at Bunnell. Florida under -
-' Act. '.of March.-:" '{ 3. $876.lOo MIRRO-MATIC WAFFLE BAKER & GRILL'TO !\ ("' )
JOHN A. ciao -- ----
Editor and Publisher. Per Copy 4 BE GIVEN AWAY AT OUR STORE d' I;T i ,
6 1969 ,+to
New. Editor Six MoMtna! ..........---.9".00Dea..ted
B.wap per for .H Outside Flatter County ,; .
4.OO *".* Year
Leal Advertising Name ..........._....-....-...........................................:''" ..
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EDITORIALDBJC Address ............:...........................-....................: ':

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Sometimes the things that are close to home" are taken for WAFFLE BAKER & GRILL ............................................................................ ..
granted. This may be true of our great educational asset-Daytona -

Beach Junior College. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK "" '
The Daytona Beach Junior College was organized as a part
of a state-wide Junior college program to relieve the,state universities i
students.of the anticipated mass influx of 'first and second year. ROAST lb.

The local college was organized to serve Flagler and Volu-
sla Countl A' Board of Advisors was appointed from both S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK '
counties to assist the Volusla Board in administering' the col

lege.member Flagler board.County has always had three! members on the eight i STEAK lb. 5S ,

The last session'of the legislature set the Junior collegesup
as political units to be governed by Boards of Trustees. The
trustees are appointed ,from Tallahassee upon recommendationsof Lyke's "Suga.r Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

the Daytona local school Beach boards.Junior College was established in !the old *

.. Welch Hospital area in temporary buildings partly occupiedby PICNICS lb. 43 .
Mary Karl Vocational School. The adult education and Mary
Karl School were incorporated into the Junior college.A .

master plan was prepared for the college and a building \ __ "
program wrs: started and still continues. Many beautiful new ro "
buildings' have been erected to give a very handsome campus Lean Western Small Meaty (WESTERN)

atmosphere.The \PORK STEAKS SPARE RIBS ',<- ,
college is limited 'to two years: of academic work and j
arrangements have been made with state universities to set Jb. lb. :
up an academic program to provide for easy transfer of college i SSe SSe
credit to any of the state universities to which the student

might choose, to complete his college career.

Since transportation is provided for students attending Daytona Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D 2V4-2i/2) ) Ib. Avg.; LIMIT 2 PLEASE
Beach Junior College, there is no need for dormitories. .i;

Flagler School Board sends a bus dally to Daytona ,Beach
Junior College. Thus any student who desires: a college education Whole 1 Ib.Streak 28
can expense.easily complete the first two years work at a minimum .

And if he makes good grades he+can be,assured of.transferto

a state university.The .. ,
calibre of college work at Daytona Beach Junior Col: {,+ O'Lean.; : Fresh Lean \

lege is considered to. be as good if not better,education than WHITE BACON lb. GROUNDGreen Ibs. $ '
would be received at a large state institution.:.Classes are, small. 43e' BEEF ,3CHEER :I 69'I .....: .
er and' counseling .I is 1 .readily available.-.- I' ;/. < -- I r r **v\
ln 'r
Evangeline SWEET' No. 21/2 Can .,. .; : ,
Besides the college academic program. Daytona Leach Jun. ''
ior College has a very diversified applied science '(vocational) POTATOES !2For 49c' .'" .{ :' ;
program.. Many Flagler students both young and old have ;.
taken courses to broaden their experience. GiantNBLETS -, 12 oz. Can ,

Many of our mechanics nurses refrigeration) specialists CORN 2 For, Regular
appliance servicemen technicians secretaries hair stylists 4ge Size 19*

cooks etc. were trained at Daytona Beach Junior College. Hunt's No. 300 Can i.

Adult education courses, schools for police motel operators Fruit For:
handicrafts, insurance real estate courses have all been a part ,COCKTAIL 2 49c Limit 2'with $5.00 or more food order ','

of the education: of Flagler_ residents.l
'- This newspaper tries to make current announcments of the Lyke's. 4 oz. Can

various courses being offered. VIENNA. SAUSAGE 5 For $",,00 ,
A Crain's Grade "A" 1
Even !the high school students from Flagler. County can '
participate in the vocational program t as part of their, high Lara Lynn MARSHMALLOW SMALL EGG S t'.. y(;,
school Pkg. .
33e '.
All this is made available to the people of Flagler Countyfor of 12 Doz. ','" ':
;the small cost of $9,202.00 a year. 2 79 "

There Just might ,be some course you would like to take BETTER MAID (Plain or S. R.). ..' .. :' .
even lf "t for your own edification.But. Limit 2
$5.00 or more food order :
whether or not we use the college ourselves we should FLOUR < '
appreciate the fact that it offers a tremendous educational opportunity '
to the people of Flagler County. And it is partly"ours" FROZEN FOODS '
too. Sib.Bag %9.e Clark's FROZEN V
(Pkg. of
John A. Clegg SIRLOIN
I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order STEAKS Ea. 8ge I

Sara Lee .
1 ered by 'social security at "ALL BUTTER" 12 oz. Size '

Social present., FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE Ea:. 6ge >., !
Security ?
I Q. Recently I followed social .
security's advice and sent off 1 lb. Cello Pkg. \,"
NEWSQ. for a statement of my earn
ings. I find I didn't get full CARROTSStuart 2 For 25c ,{
credit for, my earnings a couple BAKE-RITE ;
I am under Medicare. I of years ogo. What shouldI ,
had 'a lot of doctor bill expense do now? :
this year. Do I have to A. Go to PECANS 1 lb. Ib, .,
your social, security 69 "
pay the doctor before I can office. Take your earnings 3 Tin.391kg ,' :,: ,1F: : '"',
collect under this part of Med. statement and your W-2 formor Large 't:. '
icare? tax return showing the correct .., For ..T'',<' ..
f., A. No. All you need to do is amount of earnings. This LETTUCE 49C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ,:'J :. :.
a get an ITEMIZED BILL, showing will enable the Social Security ;:;I...
the services you received Administration to correct your
and the charges and send it record. ,
in with your Request for Med. / I "
Q. My husband is 65 and
icare Payment (Form Number draws social security. I am 60. .
1490). i
Do I have to wait until I am .
Q. As an employee I earn 62 to draw as his wife?
$7000 pe year. How much sd- A. Yes. If you have no children .
cial security tax should be under age 18 or disabled
withheld for the year? adult children who qualify lilt It
A. 'The contribution rate for you must be at least 62 to ,
:1968 is 4.4%, which amountsto draw as a wife.Q. I'
$306.00 If you earn $7000 in Each year I get a com .! .16-r.,
the Your employer mat.
year. plete examination. Is this cov '
ches this with 308.00. In 1969 ered under :Medicare? OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227'' '. :
the rate goes up to 4.8% A. No. Routine physical examinations 8:00 a.m.-1OO p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL ,; ,r .,
($336.00 on $7000 earnings.) are not covered t """
Quantity,Rights Reserved Prices
Earnings up to $7800 are cov Medicare. January 23, 4, 5 and 6, 1969IJr



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school of applied ..
".', "I-.: f -
COURSES ., science at Daytona Beach JunIor I fit1= '"

Two evening:Jlasses I In flora College in cooperation with :, '!::1',.... .,fTo" Classify I ..
the Daytona Beach Chapter
al design and sales, basic and ..
advanced of the National Secretaries By Russell Kay
will be offered dur "
ing the second semester at the Association will offer a spec, If Florida legislators really ::
school of applied sciences at lallzed course in office man want to tfo something for the' U
Daytona Beach Junior Col. agement beginning January people of this state they can
lege. 8., take action this next sessionto
The basic section will meetat Object of the course and revise our taxing system to
several others to be offered I
and eliminate
p. m. January 9 and pro remove inequalities
vide training In the principles during following semesters is the utter confusion that

of design, care of flower stock, to prepare personnel for NSA now exists.To .
basket and table arrange. national, examination for CertifIed do so they will need help ; '
ments and corsages.An Professional Secretary.Mrs. and cooperation, of the state .
Carol N. Burton, BS ..
advance section will organize cabinet and have the strengthto j
," at 7 p. m. January 15. MBA, Indiana, University, will resist powerful lobbies. In ._
j teach the office
Students must( have completed managementcourse. some cases, even existing laws ./ 110*
The class will meet in
\ the basic or show evidence are not observed. 4
.J n; Y
of previous floral experience. the new campus Guidance More and more property is v

, .4. Two PBX basic courses have Center. being removed from the tax W "i/'f':
DBJC will be
designated as
been added to the spring roles to favor so-called coop.
!' a national testing center and
# schedule at DBJC's school of erative nonprofit groups,
4 in future semesters a compre- of
applied science. foundations, chambers
a It An evening section will begin hensive certified professional commerce, churches civic

January 8 at 7 p. m. and secretary review program will. cvlubs and others.
1 be implemented in the business
will meet twice weekly Costly revaluation surveys
through February 12. curriculum. have only resulted in increased
'or Day students may enroll for assessments for most tax.
". a section beginning at 10 a. HOSPITAL NOTES payers while- inequities re-

m. January 9. Classes will ADMITTED: Clara Schloss. main or are increased.If .
er, Bunnell; Bertha Minchew .........
meet Tuesday and Thursday we keep on the way we Bir -, 4 .. L
from 10 a. m. until noon. Bunnell; Steven Williams, are going the time will come -Iecture
77 seat room at DBJC will be ready for
4 Bunnell Julia Lovelace Bun-
Industrial mathematics Is a ; when the taxpayer will find
nell; James Murray, Bunnell use when the second semester begins January 8.
new non-credit: course addition ; his burden beyond his abilityto
to the second semester Mary T. Hall, Bunnell; An. meet his taxes. No matter Giving final approval 'to the multi-tiered, acoustically bal I
; schedule at DBJC's school of thony Williams, Bunnell; how much our tax gathererstake anced facility,are DBJC president; Dr. R.'F. Bergengren and J. A.

applied science. Walter C. Robbins, Bunnell; In.. it is never enough. Bobbins director of Admissions.
Joan Harper, Bunnell; Mark -- -
Set to tart at 7 p. m. Jan Tax supported agencies con.
uary 9, the course will provide Ensley, Bunnell; Garner San. tinue to increase their budgetsand
Instruction in math as'related ders Bunnell; Ruth Watkins, the deficit\; mounts.
to its use in various occupations Bunnell; Mary Galney. Bun. The fault does not rest en. ,
and skills. nell; Benjamin Cauley, Bun. tirely with our state, countyor
!,, Classes will meet each Tues nell; Theodore Fiechonski, municipal governments.They .

,. day and Thursday throughout Bunnell; Martha Stepp, Bun. find themselves contin
the second semester: nell; Maria Knight, Flagler ually prodded by the Federal ( /
.a Registration opens Thurs. Beach; David Rieger, Bunnell; government which danglesfat ,-J
"' day and continues through James Stepp, Bunnell; Benja appropriations political I.

January' 7 at DBJC for day.occupation min Czachorowski, Korona; subdivisions that are willingto w. .
.' courses In the Mary Keith Harper, Bunnell; Rebecca ) provide matching funds.

Karl school of applied.. Fleeger, Bunnell; Judith Local politicians and pow
science. Decker Bunnell; Cindy Dur- erful Interestsr,,who will profit
Still to studentsare rance, Bunnell; Willie Green,
open new by such action, urge that ,,.,
programs in millworklng, Bunnell, Lottie Hall, Bunnell; we cannot afford to pass up 33 of aS e t tb
cosmetology,' electronics, horticulture RosIe Brockett, Bunnell; Amelia the chance to reap*'these rich

drafting, watch repair Andrews. Bunnell; Orville handouts even if it means
automotive mechanics, Decker, Flagler Beach; Evette taxing the local taxpayer( ''to
air conditioning and refrige Mills, Bunnell; Rosalee Hy. death.. *_ *
ration and gasoline. engine .many Bunnell; George Cooper, In the' meantime; the Federal
mechanics. Bunnell; Dorothy Barber, Bun government'' continues' to
Already closed 'but forming'waiting nell; Charles Williams, Bun impose 'direct taxes' ton t the
lists 'are programs In' nell; Leroy Harvey, 'Bunnell; local taxpayers with every
photography, practical nursing Will Moreland and Elizabeth, conceivable kind of taxationthe
and surgical technology. Moreland, Bunnell; Aubrey Congress can think up.
.", Registration is January 9 Donovan', Bunnell Nancy Rodgers We are taxed more and more
for new students planning to Bunnell; Nettle' Mae and higher and higher. t
attend the school of arts and Hudson, Bunnell' ; Flora Dell Income tax Social Security t I."

sciences (formerly the college Sparkman, Bunnell; Jane taxes, gasoline taxes tobacco
division), Previously enrolled Tingley, Bunnell; Charlotte taxes, liquor taxes, telephone
,. students sign up January 7 Lutton, Flagler Beach; Neva taxes Inspection taxes, utility 4 : .
for _the second semester.. Eisenbach, Bunnell; Olean taxes, playing card taxes, beverage
7 i Monroe, Bunnell; Richard taxes' custom and gift +
King, Bunnell; LOra Fillinger taxes to say nothing of estate I .; ..'4 4a

Korona; Patsy Davis., .Flagler taxes. _

ERtA Beach.' Our senators ,and congress
DISMISSED: Mark Ensley, men'point with pride to: the = E
Jane Tingley, Minnie Lear.' money they get for highways, .
S mont, Neva Eisenbach, Marie post offices, and other im
Nallier, Orville Decker, Rich provements 'but' neglect to
ard King Judith Decker, out that it was our j
James point 4J '_,"'\ill "!i: "i (-t 'iU} 'iIC. 1iIII
Murray, Dorothy in the first place. No
money much might Linda McNab, Flagler Beach, Is not making holiday cookies.
matter how we
:She's hard at work in a DBJC art lab learning the basics of
get baCK it is a far cry irom "
what we contribute. Nor do sandcasting.
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS they point out how many billions Second semester classes begin January 13 in the school of
I are' lost as these funds applied science. .

1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 pass through the ,hands of,the

BUNNELL, FLORIDA : vast army of bureaucrats.Nor .
do they point out that .
FREE ESTIMATES ; the dollars we get back have CRAIG FUNERAL HOME ,

BUILT-IN KITCHENS ',.1' less value than the dollarswe
BAR FIXTURES contribute because ,of in. A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS flation that" steadily mounts. JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS Isn't it time for the taxpayers

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving p to protest? Everybody else OXYGEN
is doing!! it? LADY

Laminated Plastic Upholstery'' front s A resident fishing license AMBULANCES .
costs three dollars and allows
FINE HARDWOODS the, license holder to fish any Phone ID 7.3532

Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now Servingall where in the state, 24 hoursa 201 E. MOODY BLVD. SUNNELL. FLORIDA
areas in 75 mile rod. of Bunnell. day and 365 days a year. J "

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,, SUND V rT T N. 5::, E. Anderson of Flagler (\a'H;; ,rrr '
Beach was the first Vietnam Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Michael
Mrs. Is be 'Barrow and, Mr.! become memberof
Veteran to a Reavis are at home at Surf-
Charles Worley will be mar Disabled American' Veterans side Apartments, Lexington,
ried Sunday, January 5 at 3:30p. : Jim Booe Chapter 86. Anderson Kentucky, after their mar
m. at St. Stephens Catholic was Installed duringan
Dec. 20 'and subsequent
Church, Bunnell The Rev. ceremony at the riage
impressive wedding trip to the Smoky
Father Antonio""Leon will of.
: Christmas party.meeting Dec. Mountains.The .
flc1a''; .
e.There bride Is the former Miss
will be a reception than sixty-five' memo Ann Hargett, daughter
afterward at the Bunnell Civic
bers and their families attended
\ of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hargett,
Center. the Christmas dinner. Santa Lambert Avenue, Bunnell Her

I ',,.. arrived to distribute giftsto husband is the son of Mrs.

I NEELEY INSTALLED the children. Anna Reavis of Los Angeles,
t ro 4 California and Mr., R. F.

t\ H. Neely was installed Houseguests at the home of The wedding ceremony was

: _ Worshipful Master of Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford were performed in North Carolina.
Lodge No. 200 on St. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford and Mrs. Reavis is a 1966 grad.

Night, December 27th. Installing sons Howie and Lee of Jacksonville uate of Bunnell High School
a officer was_ George English and Mr. and Mrs. and is attending the University

.. retiring master. Lanny Alford and son Doug of of Kentucky where she is
...',, "'" -
": ": dental major. Her
Other officers installedwere St. Augustine.Mrs. a hygiene
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber celebrated their 70th wedding : Carl Carroll,!Senior War husband attended Georgetown

anniversary Saturday, Dec. 28 at their home 111 North Anderson den; George English, Junior H. T. Cook and Mrs. College and is presently

I Street, Bunnell. Warden; Z. ,G. Holland, Secre- z: G. Holland, Jr. attended the enrolled at University of Ken

The couple was married at Alma, Georgia in 1898 and move tarly; George Wickline, Treasurer Jacksonville Society of Southern tucky. He is a member of

ed to Bunnell 63 years pgo from there. ; John A. Clegg Chaplain; Dames of America meeting Alpha Tau Omega fraternity,
James, L. Dupont, Marshall last Thursday in Jackson. and is a candidate in the
Their four children, Mrs. Claude Varn, St. Augustine; Mrs.
.. Carlisle Byrd, Seville; Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Jr., Bunnell; and ; Henry M. Scott, Senior. ville. Marine Officers Training pro

Mr. Pete Barber, Ocala, spent Christmas Day with their parents. Deacon; Sam Broadaway, Junior gram.
Deacon; P. A. Edmonson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Butlerof
REFRESHMENTS SERVED AT OPEN HOUSE Senior Stewart, and Gilbert Detroit Mich. are visiting Mrs. Peggy King, Warwick,
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Frank, Tyler. Gilbert :Frank Is with Mrs. Myrtle Streeter who R. I., is spending the holidaysat
serving his seventh year as is a medical patient at Bun St. Johns Park visiting her
.; a'1 1x84A Tyler. James B. Hall, Junior nell General Hospital, l. son in law and daughter, Mr.
'" be and Mrs. Jim Burnsed and
Stewart, was not present to !
installed. son.

Bunnell Lodge No. 200 was Celia Lord visited ,in Hastings

Y i\ A aja organized in November 1910 Christmas Day with her Mrs. Mary Jones and Jim
with D. M. Deen as first Wor- brother in law and sister, Mr. Camp of Gainesville were visitors -
shipful Master. The charter and Mrs. Walter Fortner. .. Christmas Day with Mr.
was granted in 1912. The present and Mrs. Tom Holden and Mr.
temple was erected I in Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whitesides and Mrs. Sam Black.

1946. were Christmas houseguestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Danny White- Gy/Sgt. and Mrs. John P.
MORRIS HOST sides and family at Brunswick Barker and children of Doe-

j Ga.ATTEND. run, Ga. arrived Monday to
ANNUAL SUPPER spend New Years Eve with

FOR CHURCH CHOIR SHOW Mr. and Mrs.. Tommy Bertha
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Smith and family.
Festivities of the holiday arfd family attended the Glen

season included a buffet sup Campbell Show at Orlando Mrs. A. F. Tucker has returned -
I I&y=."" ",., .-. ""' "... !;:;. ';";df. 'I'';'; '''' ,,}) 'jI tHI_ per Sunday evening for the l last week. Christmas Day the to her home in Bunnell
When the East Flagler Mosquito Control District held open Bunnell Methodist Church Smiths visited at Cassia with after spending the holidays at

house Saturday afternoon at Flagler Beach, the ladies were on Adult Choir members and j his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cocoa with her sons and their
1 J' hand to serve tempting refreshments to the many guests who their families. The annual affair ... Grover Smith.Houseguests.. families, the Gilbert, Tuckers

7 called during the afternoon. Shown above are left to right Miss was hosted by Mr. and and Marvin' Tuckers; ,":

Emily Gage, secretary! Mrs. ,Frank Brede, Mrs. Clinton Glddens Mrs. Walter Morris at their of the Bill
and Mrs. Leonard Johnson as they serve Mrs. Clyde Duensingwith home, 500 North Chapel St., Lenssens at Von Bulow Ranch HOLIDAY GUESTS
cake in Bunnell. where her parents, Mr. and i
punch, and ,cookies.
A gold elaborately'dec. Mrs. Andrew Patalak of Trum- Mrs. Daisy Buckles of Bun

Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Herr and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lenssen orated with ]handmade orna- bull Conn. The Lenssens and nell had as guests during the

daughter Debbie Sue spent 'spent the holidays in Asheville ments and Christmas arrangements Patalaks spent the weekend at holidays Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
the weekend at Sarasota visit N. C. visiting with her decorated the home. with Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Gill of Miami; Mr. and Mrs.

1 ing with Mr. and Mrs. Orville mother, Mrs. Fran Humphries.John About, thirty attended. Godun. Brady Wadsworth and familyof
c Herr Jesup, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.

ij' "j Craig of Little Rock' Bob and Byllie Hall of Or- ATTENDS GRADUATION Wendell Hoel and Doris of

Mr. and MrS: Larry 'Harris Arkansas spent the Yuletide lando were weekend house. Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs.

of Columbia, S. C. visited. in holidays with his parents, Mr. guests of Ed and Letty Copeland Tony Kahlert spent last Al Vandergriff and childrenof
weekend in
Ga. wherehe
Bunnell Christmas Day with and Mrs. James Craig, Bun in Bunnell. attended the ,
University of
her son Danny Ballenger. nell.
BIRTH Georgia R. O. T. C. graduation XMAS DINNER GUESTS

HOUSEGUESTS Holiday houseguests at the ANNOUNCEMENTSSTEVEN Tommy ceremonies.Kahlert The Kahlert's was commissioned son-, Christmas dinner guests at

Christmas houseguests'a Victor Buckles homt at Shell Second Lieutenant the J. D. Barber, home were
the home of Don and Betty Bluff are Mr. and Mrs, Bill ALAN KNIGHTMr. the exercises.Mr. at Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barber of

.. Moore, Bunnell, were Mr. and Kidd and Beth and Mr. and and Mrs. Jack A. Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Mrs. J. M. Carver Mrs. Gene Stewart and of Knight. Varn
and children Joy and of St. Augustine; Mr.
of Holly Hill are the Mrs. Hugh Cobb of
of Taylorsville, Ga. Fort Mill, S. C. of ounce'son : ; Weathersford Texas and Mrs. Carlisle Byrd of Seville
an eight pound-ten visited in
., born December Bunnell Christmas Mrs. J. H. McKnight and
23 at 5:45a. : Eve with
: DEENS HOST. OPEN HOUSE HOUSEGUESTSHoliday m. at Bunnell General Hos: his brothers. Bill and Ed Cobb. Dianna and Buzzy, Sue Chom-

f Mr. and Mrs... J. C. Deen were guests, at the homeof pital. and Mr. and Mrs. James Mill- ey artd Mrs. Bernice Barber
hosts at an open house Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mor- He has been named Steven er. and Annabell all of Bunnell.

i Eve art their home, 601 ris In Bunnell were their son Alan Knight.DANNY'LEE.
: West Moody Blvd., Bunnell. Randy, home on leave from J. B. High left Thursday to LYNNS HAVE GUESTS

; About fifteen relatives and the US Army, and Mrs. Morris' COLE return to his home in Wash Visiting at the home'of Mr.
1 ':: friends joined the hosts for father, A. L. Salt of St. Peters- ington, D. C. after spending and Mrs. Roscoe Lynn duringthe
the holiday fete; burg. Specialist 5 and Mrs. Terry Christmas in Bunnell with his holidays were Mr. and
Christmas Day they were Cole, Vlcenza, Italy announce mother, Mrs. V. B. High. Mrs. Robert.Monroe and child- .
CHRISTMAS CUESTS dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the birth of a son, Danny Lee ren and Polly Cantrell of West

Spending, Christmas at the John Ellis in Orlando., Cole, born December 12 at the Miss Lucille Walker spent Palm Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
T. A. Jones home in Bunnell Army Base ,Hospital in Italy. the Christmas holidays in Bruce Lynn of aJcksonville.:
were her mother and grandmother FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT He weighed seven pounds-six Oak Hill and Wildwood visit.

Mrs. Mae Ricketson Former Bunnell residentsMr. ounces at birth. ing with, friends and relatives.Mr HOME FOR VISIT,
., and' Mrs. Bertha Ellis, both of and Mrs. Johnny Mercerof The maternal grandparents James Crews, formerly of
Douglas, Ga; Capt. and Mrs. Holly Hill, S. C. are visiting are Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Gar. .and Mrs. F. J. Chambersand Bunnell now living in Allentown '
Irvin Bohnert and family of in Bunnell with Mrs.J. F. Mer del, Flagler Beach. Mr. andMrs" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pa., spent the holidaysin
Huntsville, Ala, and Mr. and cer. R. L. Cole of Holly Hill, Chambers were Christmas din. Bunnell.
Mrs. Foster Ricketson of Jack S. C. are the paternal grand. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

M sonville. Weekend guests at the homeof parents. Fred .Chambers "at their home Houseguests at the Charles
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mc. Jn;> Jacksonville.: Cowart home 'at Haw Creekare
., VISITING IN BUNNELL Millan were Mr. and Mrs. IT'S A GIRL Mr, Emory Cowart and

Mrs. John Southerland and Gayle Mercer and children of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kahlertof DORMER RESIDENT children Lewis, Al, Lawana
son Glen of Vero Beach are Kissimmee and Mr. and Mrs. Athens Ga. and Bethol of Crystal River.
announce the
; visiting in Bunnell with her Mike McMillan of Cocoa. birth IN DAYTONA .
of a daughter born Mon.
: mother, Mrs. H. A. Eisenbach. Word has CANADIAN VISITORS!:
l' day, Dec. 30 at 6:00 a. m. at been received of
The Mrs. L. M. Whitaker and an Athens'hospital. the death of Mrs. Adeline W. Mr. and Mrs. Framk Holllng-
Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Mrs. Leonard ,
Moody'spent She weighed six pounds and Samford 86, a resident here worth of Hamilton Ontario
\ Taylor and family visited In : Friday and Saturday in Pan.. ;,thirteen for;four Canada theFlagler.
Miami '' ounces at birth. & years, died Monday at are staying at
; during the 'holidays Ala., with
sy visiting Mrs.Whitaker's .
Clyatt for
The Memorial Beach Trailer Park
\ with her paternal grandparentsare Center in
parents, Mr. and Mrs.. mother Mrs.
James West.Christmas. -, Daisy ''Mr... and Mrs. Tony Kah Daytona Beach. several months while visitingat
Cook. lert of Bunnell. J A native' of Clumbus, Ga., //the/ Beach with Mr. and .
Mrs. Samford moved Mrs,Vernon? Haines .and: fam
to ,;
Day. ;
houseguests at Mr. and Mrs.
Levi! Drad '
JULIE DIANE tona ily.
HALf Beach front ,
the home of Mrs. L. M. Whit spent the holidays In Eufaula | husband Tampa. Her I

,. 5 aker in Bunnell were Mr. and Ala. with Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hall Samford, who Rev. Charles''M.. Mrs. Sam. Walts of Deland
Mrs. Haskel Dorsey and fam E. Reeves and at Atlanta of served many
I Ga. Bunnell announce the birthof Methodist spent the the
holidays at
:;; ily of Gainesville: Ga; Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Reeves, a daughter, Julie ''Diane, ing Bunnell Churches, includ home of her son in law and
died in
." and Mrs. Leonard Moody and II and family and in Colum born Dec. 2 at Bunnell General She was May 1965. daughter, Mr. And Mrs. C. A.
Lee of Alexandria, Va. and bus Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hospital.She instrumental in organizing Meekins Beach.,
the at Flagler
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friedman first youth choir
Drady and Mrs. ante
weighed 7 pounds-one Christmas
l (.; and son of Deland. Braswell. at the Bunnell Methodist Day they visited in
ounce at birth.
"J\ church. with the Rev.
and Mrs. M. H. Breyfogle.




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Our ServicemenDISTINGUISHED iA 1r> VAri t ; ,. ,-

FLYING CROSS > r Children of deceased "servicemen "
AWARDEDThe may be eligible for

Distinguished Flying pension even though their
Cross was awarded last weekto mothers are not.
Sgt. John II. Metts of Bun This situation may occur'
nell for extraordinary' achievement under either of two circumStances
while participating In : First, the unremar
aerial flight as a C1I-3 aerial vied widow may be ineligible
because her income exceeds
gunner in Southeast Asia Ap
limits set by law. Second
ril 16. 1968. .EM r a
On that date, Sgt. Metts wasa when a widow receiving a
pension. for herself and her
crew member of two CU-3's
children remarries, she loses

her personal eligibility for a ,
k ;, pension based on her veteranhusband's a f.
,. Sgs 3S s
death. r

Minor children, Dixon said
may continue to receive pension 7"r
payments In either case,
even though, they live with
their mother. The eligibilityis F

; limited their .
only by personal -- -- "" -"/
income.If BUNNELL HOME destroyed by fire Monday afteer

'"r a child's income Is great. ternoon. Fire Chief Roger Edscene the
."'''- 1If! will be paid, but the The Abraham Dunlap home, a total loss. After: the alarm ed the
1 \ \' ., child's own earnings are not Carver Section Bunnell, was was sounded and the Volun-

.. ';"h'.> counted in this $1800 Income.A .
widow's personal ineligibility -
tr M should not prevent her r

aE: :i. from applying for her child
x. ren. Pensions may be paid to
;-... .<;: certain survivors of veteransof .
all wars Including the Ko ,
rean War and the Vietnamera
a low level low airspeed who die of causes not related ''
target run over a well defended < .
to their service. Eligibility
and heavily traveled sup- and the amount of pen
ply route in hostile territory.Sgt. sion are determined by thesurvivor's : "
Metts remained at his .
vulnerable position and directed Dixon said information on :: : :

the pilot away from this and other veteran problems
hostile gun positions. His directions may be secured from local -
to the pilot expeditedan Veteran County Service ciiriiow'ieiitiig' -

egress without further bat Officers or by writing him at ,
tle damage to the aircraft. P. O. Box' 1437 St. Petersburg :
Sgt. Metts received his discharge Florida. .
September, 1968 after 1', ) ., ,
serving four years in the United ,
States Air Force. He and THE BIG ONE? ".,... ....' ';',,.. '. .. ., ".:.:'.;.
his wife, Isabel and two sons ...._ f # .v>
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reside in Bunnell where he is Florida dur- ....I 1; i-t ..i';-Vor -.
Somewhere In .. '. .. r
Food .
of the Jiffy
manager someone
ing this past year, :, .
Store. caught a largemouth bass : : ''',' t:. Vi. '.,, I" ::: .
weighing over 19 pounds but > !f' :: .t '' -d is: "
/ ;
IN VIETNAM it.. : Our Gigantic
failed to report ,....! .
(11 :fr .
.Army Private First Class Joe It's a shame, too, because r,.... p.. ,.'''C ?!''f[ .'." t'I:1RI;t :"it to.: __ 1-.. a ., .. ,
N. Spearman, 24. whose mother Florida is supposed to have .,t1 b1fl""' ... ,'- ''
Mrs. Lonnle'M. Spearman, the largest black bass in the ." ?,,\!, '-.-' "iJ: + \,.{!...4)',).,..- : ,"
and wife, Johnnie live in country. Field and Stream ,/! 5: n..
Bunnell, 'was assigned to the recognizes this by having "a ,
23rd Supply Transport Battal special category for them in '
ion, American Division Nov. the magazine's record of
26 near Chu Lai, Vietnam, as catches each year. .END-OF-THE-YEAR SALE

a truck driver.. According to Southern Liv- '". .j. '.. .
ing magazine" the Florida ; '., "
LOCAL RESIDENTS record Is a 19 pounder takenin ;.-,. .
NEPHEW WAS PUEBLO Lake Tarpon in 1966 by ." t p. (" .' ; .
CREWMAN W. A. Witt of Tampa.In ."' .' Jr r' ..

Ensign Timothy Leon Har setting up its records the ..... '

ris, the son of Mr. and Mrs. magazine is offering a rod and : I. :.j *. Prices are slashed to make
who catchesa .
George Harris, Jacksonville, reel to 'the angler ,
was aboard the USS Puebloat largemouth bass bigger *}*if"' Co.n->. i t
the time of its seizure by than the current record Ira< the }; room for spring merchandise. .
the North Koreans 11 months southern state in which he is ': "= !..JlXH""! r; .

ago. According to Naval authorities fishing.If 'a, 'r ,tW(3>' Don't miss this sale of the ',
Harris,was promotedto the fish exceeds the .
lieutenant junior grade world's record (22 pounds, 4 ,,'. ....f' .. .,)...... '... '.''. .
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to caught by 'George W. :' ; .
within hours of his release ounces t .j' Year. .
the commander of U, S. Forces.In Perry In Montgomery Lake, t' .'."j '. 4.JI. .
South Korea. Georgia on June 2, 1932)-the I. "j: ,. .!1"::;., -; "

The Jacksonville, officer, prize will be a boat and mo I. :". .t : ',:;:

nephew of L. L. Harris Bun t
nell, will receive the Purple tor.Southern Living prefers that i.'J' ,
Heart this week for wounds the catch be documented by ,:,0y.. .. ''' ;( ,
Florida Game and Fresh- '
snuffered when the the
Koreans fired on the Pueblo water Fish Commission. How-' ",a: : .... : ; ..yp !

prior 'to its capture on Jan. 23, ever, it can also be documented ,: .,;;. .. :. i .
notarized statement } '\;': .; ;< .., :.- ,.. r ... .
a -'i .
19968. including by weight and measurements l.}'<4;:,", ,:.t1't.. ,,:ftt..5! -:'" :.t* .i: ''_.' ; ...... : :"
of length and girth.A ', '" (,{ ; Ww' 1j. '. ,J', ..!
T/Sgt. Bobby Teters, USAF, # ;f. .' 1" _. :;'. ; r .
Griffis,AFB, Rome New York, picture of the fish would be : .' :i;, : ,: ; :: ; I

visited in Bunnell with his desirable. 1r"-'A", ;: .. ...,.. '.,,I.,. ; ,.
ft, '
. .
father, M. R. Teters during Anglers desiring to enter I_ .1:': ,.. .., ."'. .. ., ;: ..f'. '"
the Christmas holidays. fish in this category should :.1. 'f" .'. ;'
contact John Logue, Southern r;; -

HOME FOR CHRISTMAS Living Post Office Box 531,

Pvt..James E. Harbert arriv; Birmingham, Alabama 35201.
ed home Christmas Day from Game Commission' ) officials J

Fort Lewis, Washington: to point .put 'that several large .. ., .','. -. _' '. .. .." .
spend several days leave with bass in excess of the ;present .
his parents, Mr, and Mrs. record have turned up Iii' nets ,.' I.t : I
Ralph Harbert, Flagler Beach. used in checking the. fish
Pvt. Harbert leaves Fridayto population of, lakes and:
return to duty with the US ponds. .
Army at Fort Lewis. His 'address There are fish exceedingthe ,
Is: Pvt. James E. Har word) record bass by several
bert, US 670998126. D-13-3rd )pounds' tantalizing' visitors I I -
hi :
'.: .. Pit. Ft. Lewis, Washington to 'Rainbow and Silver -t.
.",:.... 1968. Springs' but fishing. In these i
,j'., ... .. places,, & illegal. lrt- I I
, ';o', 'tJ '1t. f" _
Fifteen thousand pounds' ..ofI. ..of --- I I ..
; food 'are 'fed'mofthly' '2o. -the Although most marine I ._ .. .::: ;- J'.

specimens exhibited at Marlnelahd snails are generally sluggish

t of, Florida: Blue and retiring, the Florida horse NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE BUNNELL; FLORIDA5THE
y:t<.' runner,' : Uutferflsh) herring, conch Is known Ito be voracious. .
i:.; 'and'squid are the staple It' will attack, kill and .
at least partially devour other I
; 1foods; but; shrimp, crabs, .
'- snails and large crabs, .
'clams and even cabbage supplement even
the diet. reports-Marineland of Florida.

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,: -.1. IN TUM CmCtriT COITIIT. EVirVTII IN Till CIRCUIT COtiltT.101 -t.h K' Recruldng'Servlceas '
announced that change'
TV. FLORIDA In Case. No. 477-11- ? ., ....M-1n-pblicyTnow'makes? it ,possl- NEWSAJ
: ('l\IIj NO. 479 DIVISION! .A,.. -ARTHUR HAHN. All
,"' WILLIAM IU:NRY RUSSELL. Plaintiff ble for a recruit to be selected ;_ i

..- ,- ?> ;. Plaintiff DAWN KAIBREE VS. HAHN for "Frog-Man" training. I

onOTIIYVMAY: ASBURY RUS- DefendantNOTH'K. Fo.:meUy "UDT" ,(Underwater -

SEL4 'i'O DEFENDTIEE :: Demolition Teams) volunteers -
Oefendant." STATE Or FLORIDA. TO: Christianity from all history.
obtained from within Weekly SermonRev.
NOTle.-: OF' "niT Some refer to a brave new
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE 65 West Hill! Road the and were required -
01" FLORIDA Colonla.. New Jersey world with man come of age.
TO: DOROTHY MAY ASBURY You are hereby notified that a to be recommended, by Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor and no longer in need of .re
RUSSELL suit has been filed against you leet Commanders. Approximately -
.c/o Mrs Bertha Asbury In the above entitled cause, and Bunnell First United ligion. The church can no
700 men a year are ,
13 Virginia Avenue you are hereby required to file longer afford to be severed
Derryville. Virginia your, answer with the Clerk of needed to fill vacancies in this Methodist ChurchA
YOU ARK HEREBY requiredto this Court and to serve R copy trained. within itself. The, various denominations .
of the thereof the plaintiff or e3lect: group of highly
file with the Clerk upon HOUSE DIVIDED need .to have understanding -
...'ourt your Answer to Bill of plaintiffs' attorney, whose name tough fighting men.
;. Complaint Died herein against and address If: The church is God's creation which will bringa

:\ou in the above entitled cause CHARLES TINDELL Under this program-Q: il- through Jesus c Christ.. unity among Christian "peo.
on or before the 13th day of January 227 Second Street fled Recruits would be assigned
/I 1969, and nerve a copy Holly Hill. Floridanot Throughout the centuries the pIe.
thereof" upon Donald C. Jacobson later than January 13. A.D.. to Frog-Man training after church has met the immediate I believe that' upon the
Plaintiffs Attorney" herein. 19K1 Recruit Train-
"whose address la 317 Orange If' yOU fall to do so. Default completion of needs of the locality in earth the churches need the

-Avenue. Daytona Beach Florida will 1 be entered. against you for ing or Service School. After which the individual congregations competition' of the various de '
THr FLAOL.RR TRIBUNE INC. the relief demanded In the billof completion of basic UDC training
J la hereby designated as the complaint.The nature of said were located. There nominations' and that there

1 the newspaper!' 'I'n' which this Order suite I ,being for ? the Recruit may request"SEAL" has always been multitudes will be differences of opinionon
shall be.published once a DIVORCE School, which is similar
week for four T Consecutive weeks" WITNESS my hand and seal of outside the church but never some points. However
I,' HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DEFAULT said Court' this 6th day of December to Ranger and Pathfinder before have they been so active Christians should be concerned .
WILL BK ENTERED A. T>. 1968. other
training as taught by
.AOAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- GEORGE M. MOODY in, denouncing religion. when men of faith fall

.. XTRE. Clerk of said Circuit Court \ armed services. Christendom is being challenged to find understanding in com
The nature of this suit Is a (Official Seal) .
Dill of Divorce. By Kathryn L. Emery For more information on b y non-rellgious mon 'goals. a man's enemies

WITNESS my hand and seal Deputy Clerk this ,fine now Navy Programs groups and atheists even to are the men of his own
nt Bunnell. Florida this 9th day Dec. 12. 19.26. and Jan. 2. 4tc
the Navy Recruiters at 618 "
j of December. ; A. D. 1968 the point of wanting to erase house. Micah 7:6.:
\ GEORGE M. :MOODYas LEGAL AUVEu.'rU.6El\u..t'i'\ North Ridge wood Ave; in Day

Clerk of the Circuit Court --... -- --. .- 'tona Beach. BIRTHDAY DATA ered for her father President..
By Kathryn L. Emery elect Richard M. Nixon.
Deputy Clerk Notice Is hereby given that th3 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Happy birthday this week to: The design depicts the Great

Dec. 12. 19. 26. Jan 2. 4tc. annual meeting of the Stockholders Today. Walter J. Coodwin.., Seal of the United States and
. of the Citizens Bank ot FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Bunnell will be hold aC: th<.. office AFFIOAVIT ., Friday: Elizabeth Baggett the words: "To RN from JN."

of the Bank In Bunnell. Florida."n FICTITIOUS NAME Michael Cook. Renee Michele Mr. Nixon suggested use of
IV THR CIRCUIT COURT OF Thursday. January 9th. 1969. JOHN M. CANAKARIS M. D. 'Zamba, Herbert Fuller.
.KI.A LEIl COUNTY, FLORIDA <*t 3:00: O'clock P. 1for ._*-o STATE OF FLORIDA .the embroidery as the motif
election of a Board of Director- COUNTY OF FLAGLER Saturday: Susie Duncan for the traditional medal according ,
:In Cane No. 47S-E to for the On this day personally -
serve ensuing year appeared John Barker. Jr. Gilbert Grier .
before to the Inaugural Medal -
PATRICK KEENA. and for the transaction of seen me; an officer duly
Plaintiff other buainw-ia as may properly: auhtorized to administer oaths Sam Black. Committee.

VR.lIELGE came before the meeting. JOHN M. CANAKARIS. M. D.. Sunday: Jimmy McDaniel.
: KEENADefendant Howell V. Peavy. Cashier' who first being duly sworn deposes -'
Dec. 26. 1968 and Jan. 2, 196 2 to and says Tammy Combs M. E. Wigle."

NOTICE TO IIRFRVD .--- -_.'. The names," pf all the persons Monday:. Ernest Wayne We Can, Sell Your
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: .LEUAL ADVERTISEMENT: interested In'' the business con-
HEIX3E KEENA ducted under the foregoing fictitious Hutcheson. Virginia Parrish
:I 6238 Hofheln-Taunus name' and the extent of .
T. J. Miller. Business in 48
Hundschagerweg 32. West the Interest of each of them In ,
Notice Is hereby given that. -
Germany said business Is as follows: Tuesday: Albert Jampetro 't
5' You are hereby notified pursuant to a Final Decree of NAME Gale
that a r'oreclosure entered in ,Easton Hours
Butt has been filed against you numbered' cause JOHN M. CANAKARTS. M. D.,'
In the above entitled cause: and Court of Flagler 4508DIn the Circuit P. A.INTEREST. Wednesday: Levi Brannam

you are hereby required to tile I will sell the County.property Florida sit- Sr;, Ray E. Smith Irene Ma- HAVE NORTHERN
your answer with the Clerk of uated In Flagler County. Florida 100% Hilda Williamson. '
this Court and to serve a copy described JOHN M CANAKARIS. BUYERS WAITING;
thereof upon the plaintiff M. D.. P. A.
Lot 2 of
"E" In Knox
plaintiffs M. Canakarls. M. D.
attorney whose name Jones ByJohn UNITED BUSINESS BROKERS
Subdivision. Espanola. JULIE NIXON'S
And address Is: President EMBROIDERY
TTPCHURCH Florida according to amended Sworn to and subscribed be- '
Plat of 921 Volusla
Exchange Bank Building recorded In the said office subdivision of the fore me this 10 day of December. INSPIRES. MOTIF FFATHER'S Avenue.
St 1968.
Augustine. Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court
not later than January 13. A. D.. .; Daytona Beach
1969. for Flagler County Florida. Wilma A. Brock INAUG. MEDAL

If fall to do in Plat Book 1. Page 12. Notary Public Telephone 255.6431
t Default
'will be entered; against you for and at public best bidder sale for to cash the highest at the My Commission expires: For the first time In history,
the relief demanded In the bill March 27. 1971 artwork created
Front Door by a memberof
of complaint. of the Flagler'County Jan. 2. 19, 18. and 23. 4tc --- ....... .
The nature of said .1 J < ..
suit being forhVITNESsD Courthouse In Bunnell. Flor- ________ ftr. .. .. i, a President' elect's family oTpT ': .
ida between 11:00: a. m. and 2
<;::; p. m. on January 13 1969 LEOAI.'AD ERTiSEMBNT will be reproduced on an official

I of> : gerb.this tN B.6th day of Clerk GEORGE Circuit M MOODY Court. IN THE ClROtTIT COURT FOIl inaugural medal.' Registered
*c .
(Court Seal FXjACtljjBK COUNTY. FLORIDA 'The side of
4* GEORGE M ) reverse the 1969
By Kathryn L. Emery medal will feature Real Estate Broker
Clerk of said,Circuit Court Deputy Clerk LJAHR NO. 44 D"" D a sculptured
('Official Seal) KATZ & KATZ. Attorneys PATSY RUTH; OFvENPlaintiff -miniature of the crewel
if By
Kathryn L. Emery Bunnell FloridaATLANTIC
337 ,
Forsyth Street :
.: Deoutv Clerk. V8. pattern Julie Nixon embrold-
Dec. 12. 19. 26 and Jan. 2. 4tc.I.is 2. Florida Jan. 2. 1 te. GEORGE KEMPER OWEN __.A _

I OA1. Defendant.
ItECilSTRIt! FICTITIOUS NAME whose residence is unknown.
.'.C."e* RE No.ESTATE H8O3 OF* Florida As Provided Statutes by Annotated Section 865.09 we. ED YOU that.ARE an HEREBY action for NOTIFI divorce a SUPPLY CO., I INC.

TJTRANCES. HAISTEN the undersigned will
register has been filed against and
I>eceaaed. with the Clerk of the Circuit
you are required to serve
1 a copy
+ NOTICE OF 1.I OnATR Court of Flagler County Flori- of your written defenses If
TO. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED da with proof of publication of to,I it. on the plaintiffs attorney.any 4'x8' Light Luan
.ED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID this notice the following ficti- whose name and address Is ; _
DECEDENT: tious name to-wit: "A-l Auto NICHOLAS A. GEORGE of OS-
You hereby notified that a Parts" under which we are now SINSKY & OEOROE. 50O N. .
written Instrument purporting engaged In the business of salvage Oleander Ave., Daytona Beach. Paneling; $3.98
to be the last of
will and testament automobiles sale of Florida. and file the original .
25RJd.dcc d "t has been ad- new and used automobile parts with. the clerk of the above styled -
Jetted to probate In this Court. sale of used automobiles and court on or before February MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER
hereby wrecker and garage service, and BEACH
? f.iale commanded 3. 1969: otherwise a Judgmentmay
> months from the 'date we. the undersigned are the be entered against you for "
cof the first Publication of this only persons Interested In such the relief demanded in the com- PHONE 439-23O3
notice to appear In this Court business which Is located in plaint or netitlon. .1COUNTS'
"and how cause If any you can. Favorlta. Florida. WITNESS my hand and the --
'hy the action of this Court in /s/ Richard H. Mathen seal of the said Court on Decem- -
admitting: said Will to probate /aIda Mae Mathen ber 30. 1968
should not stand unrevoked. /s/ W. J. Gardiner OEOROE M MOODY
/1.4T.. IC. McKNIGHT Attorney for Said Registrants Clerk }Circuit Court WESTERN
County Judge Flagler 208 V4 S. Beach Street (Seal) WEAR
County Florida. P. O. Drawer 990 By: Kathryn L. Emery
Dec. 19. 28. Jan 2 and 9. 4tc Daytona Beach Florida As Deputy Clerk;
January 2. .9, 16. 23. 4tc Jan. 2. 9, 16 and 23 4tc. __ LEVIS .r BOOT- __ ,

'" 'Case.LOIIJOA No. 8 OTrf :'','+ il., SQUARE DANCE DRESSES

Deceased ""i! for'
Headquarters Levis


AGAINST SAID ESTATE: (3 Miles South of Daytona
YOU and each of you are here- FREE REFRESHMENTS )
by notified and required to preyS -
sent any clalmn and demands FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION
which you. or either of you may ,
s have against the estate of Fran- -SPONSORED BY-
15' feeV.. Kalaten. deceased, late of
7 Flakier County. Florida, to the Disabled T- '

-"' .Jlon.Judge T.of K Flagler McKnlfirht.County.County County American VeteransJim ISA1E-BY-MAILI| ( ] '

Courthouse. In Itunnell Flagi -- Booe Chapter No. 86
let County. Florida, within 6
:'II months from the date of the first NO MINORS ALLOWED .
.j publication of this notice. EARN

'' Each claim or demand must be '
1*;* In writing and must tate
( thi place of residence and post- IPPUIIIUIUUrotllllllHIflllllilllHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI ABOVE AVERAGE .
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4 orllee address of the claimantand -
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must be sworn to by the AI RETURNS114\ ,
: claimant his aJl't"nt. or his attorney I 1 1 '
( or It will' become void ON TIMECERTIFICATES
according to 'law ,
Each creditor shall deliver'suffleient 5 /0 We Pay Postage Beth Ways .
copies of his claim to'f'n-:'
able the County JUdR'e..tomall .
S .
one* to each personal reprenenta-,! .--
tire. -r VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3,000-190: D I
DATED this tilth day, of December COUNTY

., A* Executor of the Last
t, Will and Testament of BANK i
k FrancesV, Ph. 677.8217
JIalaten. de- 175 W. Granada
:'. c.esed.Bruce e '

K. Davis Ormond Beach.. Florida Q
Attorney at lAw I a :w- MAINOFHCIt
Box 627Crescent ,. e Daytoas" .
City Florida 230 N. B .cK fir.

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sist you complete bridal.. ,
Let assist in planning !
us you department.
your printing. We also han- '437-3282'accessory_ i BRIDAL BOOKS .

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I i I i SCHOOL' t.1 1GI Robert'Cowart, ir, son of Mr.'
BUNNELL HIGH ; ; and Mrs. 'Charles Cowart of '. t? BASKETBALL.pAn .

LS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Haw Creek, killed his first 7 St. ,Joe Home
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deer during the Yule hunting: :;
5:00: S' 10 Fla. Deaf Home
n, Jan. 10 Friday St. Aug. Away I >x?L season.
:-: I. ;'Jan. 14 Tuesday Keystone Hts Home 7:00: 14 Hastings Awny
Jan. 17 Friday Hastings Home 7:00 ,i'aaaAkr The young nlmrod was 1.7 Baldwin Away
Jan. 25 Saturday St. Joe ,. Home 5:00: .,. hunting at the Fox Pasture St. Joe ,Away
I' Jan. 28 Pierson .,. .t Home 5:00: : Camp when he bagged the 24
I;" Jan. 31 Friday Keystone Hts.. \:'T' '4Away 4i1: six-point buck. .25 Baldwin Home

,Feb. 4 Tuesday Fla. Deaf ,,. :V Away 7:00: .. 28 Pierson Hams
\v 1 Feb. 7 Friday Clay High," '. '. Home 7:00: : ." :' '1-,''< GIRLS PROFESSIONAL 31 W. Nassau Home
Deaf ... .i Home 7:00: i : ,
.' Feb. 8 Saturday .o. I : <'". TEAM Feb. 4 Cres. City Home
j i I Feb. 11 Tuesday St. .Joe' ,. ... i Home 7:00: : BASKETBALL
,. I Feb. 13-14-15 Northeast Fla. Girls' Conference Tournament
r The Redheads, world champion CLASSIFIED t
yt basket-
girls professional
I : RED CROSS OFFERS SENIOR ball team from Arkansas,'will
O play Bunnell High School Faculty
: The East Volusia-Flagler January 7 at 6:30: p. m., Bun.
The Florida State Parks County' Chapter AmericanRed nell Gymnasium. The all girl
"Sunshine Ticket" an annual Cross Is offering a free team play men teams only drain
SEPTIC: TANK cleaning;
family auto entrance permit, course in Senior Lifesaving and play men rules. Rota-Roter
is now on sale for 1969, State beginning Monday, January6th Highlight of the game is a snail fields shell.installed Reasonable; prices.
I 1 Paries Director Bill :Miller announced at 7:00: P. M. at the Hawaiian il special halftime Red Heads Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
today. Inn, 2301 South Allan sportacular.A:, 8-1-tf
Miller said the orange decals tic Avenue.To preliminary game-Bun
admit all the persons in qualify, the student must : : nell Midgets versus Deland TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet -
the holder's automobile to be sixteen years or older, or Midgets is also on the sched us help beautify Flagler
,j Florida's state parks. The permit In the 11th grade or above ule. County. Large variety of evergreens
Is not good for entranceto and strong swimmer. If like a good thrilling palms, hedge plants.
park museums or for overnight Due to the limited space of basketball be where 5% miles S of Bunnell on
camping.The available reservations for instruction the game action is Tuesday night, U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc

"Sunshine Ticket" sells is a must. There are ct I it the Bunnell High School FOR SALE-2 houses % block
for $7 and expires Dec. 31, eleven vacancies in this class, 4. i'BRENDA
but more classes can be TJymnasium.: from ocean, 3 blocks to fishing -
1969. They become is
scheduled as the student load game pier.; 100 ft. corner lot.
Jan: 1.The
j demands. at 6:30:; p. .m. Phone 439.2317 Nov. 14 TFC,,
decals can be purchased
at of the Florida State If yo'u' qualify and are in- .. More' than 35 varieties ol MACHINES"
any terested in the course contact __ ... Parks.that charge an entrance flesh water fish are to be Parts and service, any make,
i "fee or from ,the Park Board Tom King, Director of General 'MOON-6'3"TENNESSEE: ''found. in the. crystal clear any model. United Sewing
Services before January 3,
main office, Larson Building, "KING SIZE" RED, HEAD waters of Florida's. Silver Center, 921 Volusia1 Avenue,
: 1969 at the Chapter House,
Tallahassee. 255-5444 weekdays. .i*. BASKETBALL, STAR Springs. Daytona Beach Phone. 255.
--. -- 6431. Dec. 12. TFC

.i }q.J. ; '1 r.II. SINGER zier zair-1968 model
--- -------
'" used less .
Guaranteed. Makes buttonholes .
.. blind stitches and,
fancy, stitches without attach-
: ment. Pay balance .of. $43.00
or 6 payments at $8.00 a
month. For,, more information
I L. S' 'j', without obligation, call De...
land 734-0018 between 9:00,to
5:00.: After 5:00: 7342195.: TFC

L: .T.: Parts any VACUUM'CLEANER model.and service United, any.Vacuum make,

Cleaner, 921 Volusia Avenue,
'a Daytona Beach, Fla. Phone

Begins Jan. 3 Suds Jan. 11 255.6431 HOUSE FOR RENT Dec.' Unfurnished 12. TFC-

2 bedrooms, back .of
..' Brannam's Grocery. ,Contact'

Duane'Deen, 4373228. ,
,. Dec. 19, 26 Jan 2 3tc.

Ladies Sweaters Mens T Shirts POTATO PLANTER: Model A

John Deere 'tractor; cross cut
All Reduced
plow; spray tank and pump
Were 5.95 to 12.95 ,
((800 gallons); pump, 10 HP'
motor on wheels; and many
Now 4.99 to 9.95 : Mens Flannel Shirts other pieces of old machinery.
80 acre farm for rent. G. I.,
John Furniture Co.. CordovaSt.
Were 3.99 ..,St..Augustine. Ph. 824.1238
\ Dec. 19, 4tc.'
1 Now 2.99jc
Ladies Hats r "
LOT FOR SALE-80x112 ft
'.; waterfront lot, Lehigh Street,
ri.. Were 5.95 :1;r :- .. Venice Park, Flagler Beach.
4W Mens Sweaters $1200.00. Margaret Givens,
Broker. Ph. 4392035.

Now $3.99 .. i WERE: NOW Dec. 26, Jan. 2, 9, 16, 4tc

.' ,. 7.95 LOST-White and red spotted
hunting hound. Lost near
Bunnell South. City limits.
Ladies: Nehru Tops 10.95 8.95 Wrong telephone number on
tag. Contact W. T; Austin
New Smyrna. Telephone 427--
Were 5.99. 'Mens and Boys Jackets 1422. Jan. 2, Itp.

: Now 3.99. Wind Breakers SALE Saturday Jan. 4 at
I : 7:00: p. m. in the Flagler
Beach Hotel basement Sponsored
the ,
by Flagler Beach

Ladies Skirts : f Asst. Styles Taxpayers Assn.} Jpn. 2 Itc.
; WANTED-Waitress and kit-
chen help needed at Chicken
All Reduced aPntry. Call 4373316. ltc.
\ WANTED iGood homes for

month old puppies part terrier -
'. weaned. Call,Jaclc: or Bar!
'. S ALL SALES FINAL 'bara McCabe, 437.3478 or 437-
3276. Jan. 2, Itc.

-j '." 1.J 'FOR RENT- .Small furnished-
\ ; apartment, 'garage. Will furn-
"! : 5" ish )lot,, water and electricity,
BAKERS :& 10" $40 'a month. Tel. 439.2500 or

\ r 43j,2528.xBeverly, Beach. ItcJP.R

t '. "..,.. !,1 SALEr-Automatic: Ken-
more Tieater, 12O volts; 1450
watts. Slightly used $6.00. 205
S. 9th St., Flagler.,Beach., Itp.

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