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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: January 9, 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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 No. 3 ,THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. 1969 $3.53 A YEAR
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HUNTER ELECTED SCENE OF ACTIVITYThe BOARDS APPROVE

CHAIRMAN OF PARKING LOT

COUNTY BOARDOtis AT COURT HOUSEThe

S. Hunter. District 5 Flagler County Com-
County Commissioner, was LL mission met with the Bunnell
elected chairman of ,it:he Boardof City Commission Monday
County 'Commissioners at night at the City. Hall to ap
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their organization meeting prove plans for a parking lot
Monday morning at the cou to be built at the rear of the
house. Hunter is serving rte court house in Bunnell.Commissioner .
third four year term on th Alfred Tucker '
County Board. He suggested during the Coun-
the Espanola'district. tv B"ard meeting Monday
r"o-nlnnr that: the
'George Wickllne was elected County
vice chairman. Toard meet wi'h the cltv and
rt'y lan the
represents the Flagler parking facility
lolntlv. Mayor C. B. Elsen-
District and has .been on
bach welcomed the coooera-
Board 24
years.
tion of the County Board. '
All employees were It was agreed a parking fa.
in same positions the cility would be constructed in
salaries. Citizens Bank .,,Vie vacant area to the rear
designated as official w of the court house to provide
tory of all county funds. The snares for forty to fifty cars.
Flagler Tribune was named Church Street would remain
the official newspaper for with one way traffic going
legal advertising and notices.Bill south and Pine Street 'would

Lenssen, Chairman of have one way traffic going
Advisory Committee for county north.
planning' study,' appeared Parking on Church and Pine
before the 'Board to request Streets would be limited to

that payment be made to Mel Flagler County Court House, pictured :above, is the scene of much activity this' week. one hour parking during the
Conner Associates for the first weekday business
The Kit Hayden murder trial :is being'' held In Circuit Court Chambers on the second floor. The hours.
Installment on the work. they Court house officials and em
Board, pf County Commissioners and School Board held official reorganization meetings in their ,
have done in Flagler County. ployees would be encouragedto
The $1000 was ,ordered 'paid. ,separate- meeting rooms. use !the new parking lot.
This is one third of the contract It was pointed out that ad-
price., MRS. RICE NAMED{ FLAGLER BEACH HAYDEN: TRIALIN ditional parking Is needed for
Mrs. Betty Stefllk, Chair ; the court house and post office
man of Recreation Advisory SCHOOL BOARD. MARINA UNDERCONSTRUCTION THIRD DAYThe area on days when general
Committee appeared before CHAIRMAN Kit Hayden first degree court is in session and'official
the Board to request'refund of '" ; murder trial was in its third boards meet. Also the park-
committee secretary, James,L. Mrs. John C, Rice,was elect Flagler Beach will soon day at press time. The twen ing is needed for football
Tucker, for postage and tel- ed chairman of the Flagler have a Marina. Work has be- ty-two year old Hayden is accused games and civic center: activ
the committee the past year. County School Board at a re-. gun ''on 'a modern boat basin of the murder of one of ities.
ephone.expense,while serving ''brganizalonal. meeting Tues. being built, by Captain De two boys who were fourtd dead In..other action of the Bun
She. also requestedi"pa'yinent" .. 4oday morning;,>Mrs.-Rice ,has'ber'for. ..>'CtMostes ,:of Pompano Beach' 'In a roadside ditch 'nearFavJaaUJ --- nell;: ,City; Comhilsalon the at-
, of ,$200,t< :,Coach::tack.ttkrdlttT: : f"libirte'ct i'' dico;;boaz' memF The Flajelr.JB edJ..3Marina-adta ov nber:'29thi torney-was instructed to write ..
for M basketball program for, !\ six years and served being' constructed 'at: :.iSilVpr;" Circuit, Judges' ;-Wlljlairt#! *"L-:-.:-.."':,";tii'Mlcanopy''rable'' T fob..___' -4
small boys. Both requests:' as*vice, chairman four years.. Lake, North 23rd St; and Hwy. Wadsworth is presiding. Steve form: them the ;iBunnell>>City.:, I
were granted. *) *... H. V. Fieavy was elected vice AlA, at Flagler Beach on property -, Boyles. who took ,office Tuesday Commission expected full*'
Mrs. Lewis Woods appeared chairman; owned by' H.. R. Hunt. as State Prosecuting Attorney compliance with the :contractto
before the Board to request, The board agreed to change The property is situalted be. is,, handling the case furnish cable TV in Bun. I
that her name be stricken the meeting date' to the sec tween Highway AlA and the for the State. R..E. Clark' and nell.This
from the Jury list: due to ill ond Tuesday"of each month Intercoastal Waterway:: Ed Bush of Palatka are defense action was taken aftera
ness. Since the attorney advised Board members .emohaslzed A spokesman said -"Dredg, attorneys. letter from Cable TV was
that this was not a stat that special school 'board ing had been started about Monday .was' spent in the read to the effect'' that some '
utory reason for excluding a >meetings are open) the pub- two'months ago and construction selection of -a Jury; Tuesdayand recent FCC regulation might I
name from the,Jury panel, no lic. Newsoaoer, reporters and was now underway at the Wednesday were spent In make it impossible for Bun- I
action was (taken.: PTA delegates will be notifi site." hearingthe 'opening statements nell to have more than 2 regular -
C. B. Miller of Indiana: and ed.Supt. The marina ,will have a and examining wit- channels and one .educa-
Daytona Beach, appeared before James' O. Craig announced dock for repairing both large nesses presented by the pros- tional channel instead of the
the Board to present a that the new state and small boats and storage ecution. six and two promised. The attorney
proposal for the operation of constitution changed the titles will be available for most Deputy Sheriffs Wilfred advised the Commis
the Bunnell Airport. Miller of. of the Board of Public In. types of crafts. Hunter and Joe Kelly, Dr..Arthur sion that there were 'provisions -
fered to provide air taxi service struction ta School Board and S'wartz Daytona Beach,,a for exemption from the
plane rentals, FFA approved Runt.of Public' Instruction had FHA OFFICIALTO deputy ,sheriff from Brevafd new FCC regulations.H. .
'flight instruction, serve been changed to Superintendent County and Norman Garrett, V. Peavy of Flagler Insurance -
ice planes with.4 gas and oil of Schools. MEET WITHRECREATION who is being held in Flagler Agency presented a
and'provide regularrepair Supt. Craig reported he was COUNCIL Jail as being involved with proposed insurance programfor
service as well as: other fea- required: to submit a new pole Hayden in the murder epi /the Commission. After arriving -
tures Which would make Bun, icy, of free school lunches. The Raymon D. McGough}?Coun sode. at values to be insured
nell Airport a first class facile report must -be filed with the ty' Supervisor of the US Dept. Peavy notified the Commis-
state authorities bv January' of Agriculture Farm Home sion he would now apply for
ity.No action was made as' the 17 *.?> order to continue to receive Administration ,Sanford. Fla., FLAGLF.R BEACH rates and submit them .at an
Board needed time to study federal funds and federal will meet with the Flagler early meeting.It .
the proposal 'and Investigatethe commodities.The County Recreation Advisory COMMISSIONMEETING was reported that there
various aspect's to a pro board rejected the lone Council Monday January' 13 are 61 delinquent water bills
posed lease.Raymond. bid that was submitted for at 8 'p. m. at the courthouse. in the amount of about $1600.
F. Tucker presi- the sale of a used school bus. McGough will discuss financing Flagler Beach City Commissioners The City Commission directed
dent of Flagler Cattlemens As. for recreation in adopted a resolution that city ordinance relative' to '
sociation, past president, appeared before WOUNDEDAT The Recreation Advisory the date for the city's election Effective January 20th met !
the Board to request the VIETNAM Council is working on plans when three city commission. er will be cut off if the water
Board to take some action as E-3 Martin Tucker. son of for a major recreation pro ers and a mayor will be elect- bill Is two months delinquent.
soon as possible to, provide a Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tucker, of gram for Flagler to benefit all ed.Terms For a reconnection after a cut
recreation area at Bunnell Airport Bun ell. was 'tnlured December residents. Various organizations expiring are commissioners off there will be a $5 charge.
that could provide race 30 at Can Tho, Vietnam. and civic clubs have Howard Lerch, George The Commission received
track facilities for "Cracker According to word receivedby been contacted and requestedto Wlckllne and Keene Gurnee only one bid for the purchaseof
Day." his parents, Tucker sustained sumbit suggestions for the and Mayor Herbert Fuller.In a. garbage truck (cab and
In a further discussion Gage : wounds on the right proposed program. The sug. other' business Thursday' chassis). The lone bid of Bun-
and Tucker asked the Boardif side of the chest from scrap gestions will be heard at a night the commission: nell Motor Company for
they would pay half the ex metal from a grenade duringan public meeting In Bunnell REJECTED an $875 bid sub $4105.00 was accepted. The
pense of a special deputy to ambush. patrol.He February' 10. mitted for four parcels of land Hell body now being used ,
be used in the' rural areas to is receiving treatment the city offered' for sale.. will be transferred to the new
help curb the cattle thefts. at. an Armv hospital and ex- MRS. SULLIVAN Instructed the clerk to write chassis. .< ,.
The Board stated that they rears to be hospitalized about REAPPOINTED TO a welcome letter<< to ITT Rayon
could mot hire a deputy; only two more weeks. .ler who recently purchasedthe TIDE TABLETides I
the Sheriff had that authority. HOUSING AUTHORITYMrs. Lehigh property at Flag
However, they' appeared willing presented a statement in the Helen B. Sullivan has ler Beach. For Jan. 9-15
to supplement the Sheriffs amount of $3984.80 while Le- been reappointed Commission- VOTED to' purchase a paint HIGH LOW '
budget If the Cattlemen's land B. Shaw presented a to the Housing Authority of spray gun from Caldwell Day A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Association paid half the cost. statement of $900.00. Both the County of Flagler Floridaby Sales for $79.50.APPROVED 9; 11:54 11:59: 5:30: 6:00
No'official action was 'taken. bills were approved a 3.2 Governor Claude Kirk. Mrs. the purchase of 10 12:24: 12:36 6:24 6:48
The final action of the vote with Commissioners Sullivan' has served' on the books In the amount of $33.25for 11 1:12 1:30 7:24 7:36
Board was to approve pay Hunter, Tucker and Wickline commission since 1965 when the library.APPROVED L2 2:12 2:30 8:24: ,,8:42
ment of bills for legal fees involved voting "yes" and Commission she was appointed to replace payment of L3 3:12 3:30 9:30 9:42: ,,_
Ira. defending the election ers Cowart and, Stefllk voting' Mrs. Eileen Maszk. Her new $25.78 to Woody's Station for L4 4:18 .4:42 10:36 10:42i-: "
suit. Krol and Ossinsky "no". ." . -.; ,<::, appointment Is for-four years. police.patrol car'repairs.: 15 5:24. 5:48. 11:42 11:42: :',;

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FLAGLER TRIBUN1
-THE
THURS.. JANUARY 9. 1969 2 _
uTribttttrIN
; 3PIaglrr ...
Entered as second class matter
!('': con P.ORAtiT E D February 8. 1913. at the po.tofflce .
",,\ 1H }Dt1J'1lV} 1kLL:\ FLOIt1DA at Bunnell. Florida under .
Act of March 3. :1876. '
RONSON ORE
JOHN A. CLKOO ELECTRIC OUR ;
Editor and Publisher 1 JOe Pr Copy TO BE

RETIE R. McDANIEl, One Year 1 1SX8O MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1969
News Editor>> Six Montna : W.OOOntvlde

........>Mt*.t .w..r for all Ftnjclcr County _REGISTRATION BLANK-
S4.OO Per Year

laical AdrertfalnK Name ...............................................-....................


EDITORIAL Address .-.............................................................
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THINKING OF TOMORROWWe ...........,.............. ....._...._.............................. ...... ..
RON SO N
have a very 'profound feeling, without any specific Information ELECTRIC BROILER, ......... ........................................... ..

to back it up that Flagler County; Is on the vergeof
some remarkable growth and expansion in the near future.As .
U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"
we think of the prospect of changing'from a tired little
county to an active and Invigorating future, we think bf. some
of the things that we should prepare to do to Insure the pro. ROUND STEAK lbm 89

gress of our communities.The .

things we mention are not Intended to be criticismfor

what has not yet been done, 'but to stimulate our energies to U. S. D. A. ChocCHUCK!
get more and better things done.

More parking' facilities for both Flagler Beach and Bunnellare ROAST I 'lb. 4S
needed. Summer weekend and holiday parking a*; Flagler
Beach Is often a problem. To adequately accommodate the Increasing
numbers of people being attracted to the popular beach

resort, we need :to provide more readily accessible parking. We
hasten to say we only know the problem; not the answer.If .

you have tried to park In the vicinity of the court house ALL MEAT STEW Ib. 68''
and post office in Bunnell during this week when .court.was
In session and boards were meeting, you readily acknowledgethe
need for more parking facilities in Bunnell.

Both the Board of County Commissioners and Bunnell City
Commission have agreed that the vacant area behind the courthouse : iiK"i81sT'Tr'
BE
would make an ideal parking area. It is Just a matter.of F'iivERuanp
the two boards getting together and working out, the details. I

Both Bunnell and Flagler Beach could stand some "face-, lb. lb.
,,48e S3e
lifting" to make the downtown areas more attractive,to prospective .
tourists and residents. The nearly ,vacant! block In the
center of Bunnell needs to be either renovated or condemnedand
demolished. It seriously detracts from the other .business Lean Western, "CENTER CUT" *
properties. Also, some, of the buildings on South U.'' S. 1 are 'in FREE {
need of renovation or demolition. PORK CHOPS
i
PLASTIC DISHPAN I
While .Flagler Beach Is developing some very attractive residential ,b.
areas, has a beautiful city'hall complex and pier build. 68c
.
i With ;35.OO or more Meat ORDERWWWWW j
ing, it has a' number of dilapidated buildings on Ocean Shore
Boulevard. We feel'sure' that the.,first Impression a new visitor

gets upon driving along "up-town| AlA is- not the impressionwe Lyke's, "Sugar Creek" ......((43c Each) Lyke's "Sugar Creek" Smoked
want to make. .
Housing Is becoming a serious,: problem, particularly' in Bun FRANKS 3, Pkgs.Y ,$:(19: BACON Ib 58e
nell. We continually have people come by"our' office to 'checkour
classified ads for houses for rent or sale:School 'teachers 303 Can

have difficulty finding housing., Some have/to drive"::, to the TOMATOESNo. .$ '
: (00 MAXWELL HOUSED- w'
county. each day to teach. Employeesof g *newly d.esigrjated, : ,
having a hard time (finding desirable
Forestry Headquarters are ,
.. '' ''t Del Monte 61/2 oz. Can "COFFEEIlb.
housing: ;;
: CHUNK for
Soon the. harvesting season will be here and cabbage and TUNA .3 8ge
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potato buyers'will search in vain for satisfactory rental units. 43c'RISING
Martha White
Dr. John M. Canakaris is planning construction 'of some'first .

class units; but, the need is greater than that... It is not apolitical StLF MEAL S lb. 3ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
but, a business problem. Some businessmen need to Bag
get together and make arrangements for providing some housing Martha White .
for rent and sale. QUICK
GRITS 5 Bag 3ge
Certainly with the wealth In our county, with the construction Joe Crain's Grade "A"
know-how, the knowledge of finance arid organization, Omaha SMALL
we can arrange for some residential construction in'both com EGGS
munities. And, +at a profit, too. :; rN RICE 4 Bag 490

Then, we think of the need for more recreation: facilities.We Doz

would like to have the Recreation Advisory Board consider DIXIE ,CRYSTAL 2 79"
using: their funds to construct a 'swimming' pool probably adjacent
to the gymnasium at Bunnell High School. It would be Limit
integrated, yes, but, we' realize that Integration is hereto stay.It SUGAR 2 with $5.00 or more food order

should not be permlttted to be a problem that retards recreational

opportunities for our youth. 5lb. 37e. FROZEN FOODS
Then, we would like to see an "uptown" recreation area in -
Flagler Beach. The park offers only limited recreation as does Ore Ida. 2 lb. Pkg.
Limit 1 with food
$5.00 or more order
the leased playground In Hillcrest. Ea.
FRENCH FRIES
But, we need more recreation area that is accessible to the 39iz
."up-town" beach area.We. do not know where or how. We only Morton' PEACH'or '
2O 'Size
_
oz.
know the problem. And, we feel sure there Is adequate "know- FRESH PRODUCE. Ea
APPLE
how" to solve the, problem once we decide to, do so. U.. S. No.1' PIES 'ZgeOTArfOES

These are a few of our Ideas for a better Future for Flag.

ler. You may not agree with all of them. Or you may have some 1O: 49C
better Ideas. Write to /the editor and we will let the readers have Bag OUR VALUESHORTENING

the benefit of your constructive thinking. Yellow CookingONIONS

John A. Clegg .
3Ib' 290

Editor's Note: This editorial was written prior to the actionof

the two Boards, as reported on page one, approving the park. Golden RipeBANANAS 3 Tin IB. Zge
ing lot plans. Rather than revise the editorial we say congrat. lb-
ulations to the Boards on their cooperative planning. JAG 1O0 Limit 1 with $5.00'or more food order

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-BREATHING TESTS" 4:00 p. m.
''The simple breathing test
HOURS CHANGED measures lung volume and
should not be confused with
THIS WEEK ONLY
chest x-rays. Although no
"Breathing Tests" (pulmonary doctor's referral is necessaryto
function), an aid in diagnosing take the test, many local
emphysema and physicians are availing them
'other chronic respiratory diseases selves' the free service for /t11! ir

given every Thursdayat their patients by requesting
the Spaceport Area Tuber. them to come In for the test.
culosis and Respiratory Disease Tests will continue to be
Association at 412 South given every Thursday after
OPEN SUNDAYS Phone
Palmetto Avenue, will be this week during the usual ill 437-3227:
available this Thursday only hours from 10:00: a. m. to 4:00p. : 8:00 a.m.-1OO p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
from 1200.400: p. m. Instead m. No appointment is necessary. Quantity Rights Reserved .Prices Good January -
of"the usual 10:00 a. m. to x 9, 10, 1,1, 12 and 13, 1969fie



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sleeves. He needed money for DEDICATION OF ST. 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JANUARY 9. 1969
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his mother. -- -
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Too Late Business was good, and Ina JOHNS LOCKATTRACTS WILLIAMS ANNOUNCES lams, will hold public hear

couple of years, Davis decided CROWDMore ings on any proposed legislation ,
To ClassifyBy I to go to college. By then HEARINGS ON effecting Flagler Countyat
he had his own store but than_ 2,000 national, 5 p. m., February 20th in
Russell Kay found it difficult to mix work state and local officials LOCAL BILLS Bunnell.

and studies. He wound up go. converged'on the Palatka area State Senator Jim Williams Senator Williams stressed
Thousands throughout the ing broke so he quit law on Saturday, Dec. 14 for ded. has announced that the local that all local bills must be
nation 'think of ication of the St. Johns Lockon
Florida when school in Boston and decidedto legislative delegation including prepared in advance' and sub.
they are ready to retire, other look for his fortune In Buf. the cross-Florida Barge Ca Representatives, Gus mitted to the delegation for
thousands think of Florida as falo, N. Y.'This was in 1957. nal., Secretary .of State Tom Craig Bill Reedy and Jim study prior to the. next legis-
the Ideal vacation land for With $180 In his pocket, he Adams delivered the dedicatory Gllsson and Senator Jim Will. lative session.COUNTS' .
sun and fun. loaded up an old car with a address. ._. '-
To one 34 year old man' young wife, their first child, The $5.5 million navigationlock
from Lynn, Mass., however, all.their possessions and plenty Is a part of a $16 million
Florida offered even greater of determination.The complex of work on the east. WESTERN WEAR ,.;
advantages as a land for car broke down In Albany ern end of the barge canal-

"growth and opportunity." It so he rented an old the first completed segmentof ......., LEVIS BOOTS
was a most desirable locationto store front and started all over the 162 million project. [!':':';:';, '' '
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4tff.? BUCKSKIN FRINGED JACKETS
live and work. again. From a one man operation Located eight miles southwest .
he built successful ''i TIES ft SHIRTS SKIRTS .
a TV .
Palatka .
Selecting Hollywood as a location of just off State
Mike Davis, head of a restaurant chain doing a mule Road 19, the ceremony was l(;!; J SQUARE DANCE DRESSES
ti-million dollar business in ,
rapidly growing retaurant; 11 held at the St. Johns Lock ) I'i : ,/ SADDLES & TACKHeadquarters
chain, moved his headquarters years. near the point,where the Pres- Ii. ;'
for Levis & Western Boots
He sees a splendid opportunity
and established his home office ; ident' of the United States
for expansion in Florida 700 Rldgewood Port Orange 767-5050
here, with him came 30 launched construction of the )
with other
families from the former along rapidly canal In February 1964. (3 Mlles South of Daytona Beach)
headquarters In Albany N. Y. developing southeasternstates Several hundred boaters
under franchising
a
The organization of which from Jacksonville, St. Augus.
Mike Is head Is Neba International system. Long range plans call tine, Green Cove /Springs, Pa-
for -the establishment of Neba
Inc. which now has 59 latka, Ocala and many other
Restaurants in all major ,
units operating In 7 states, American cities as well as.foreign points attended the comple. ATLANTIC HARDWARE
doing some $7 million in sales tion ceremony along with

annually with 10 additional visited countries.England Davis to survey recently the thousands of others who came & SUPPLY CO., INC.4'x8' .
units now under construction.The by cars. .
.
market !there. -
story of Davis and his "
of the dedicationwas -
He is establishing a fran- Highlight : : .
success with Neba Restau- Luan
chisee college in Hollywood locking'the small boats Light
rants, is a "rags Ito riches"chronicle
the first
where a, research kitchen through competedlock
of an individual's and training unlit will be op on the barge canal. Paneling $3.98 S
insatiable desire to succeed. "
erated. Two types of franchiseare Boats coming from !the east
Mike will tell you that the
offered, both nominally were raised about 16 feet to 1
road to success wasn't easy MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH "
with all the level of the
priced necessary temporary ,
it was rough and hard at
equipment and training' as Rodman Reservoir and the PHONE 43923O3NOTIC17
times, but hard work, faith .
well as promotion and adver. boats. coming from the Ocala
and courage paid off.
tising furnished. lowered 16 feet
region were;
A former New Englander
level of the St. Johns
exemplifies to the
Davis (those Yankee -
traits that cause a man to FORMER TEACHER River.
reach down and grab hold of PASSES AWAY Putnam County, the City of
his bootstraps when the going Palatka and the Putnam
gets tough.At Mrs. Eva Holt Townsend, County Chamber of Commerce You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror
the of 16, Mike Belle Glade Florida, passed staged a giant free fishfryfor
age his assistant will be present in the various pre-
away over the week-end according all visitors at the ceremony
abandoned his first "career"that
cincts the and hour shown below for the
of the to word received here site immediately after the on day ,
a newsboy on
Mrs. Townsend then purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland
streets of Lynn, Mass, and Monday. boats were locked through the
went into a new venture. He Miss Eva Holt, was a fourth new concrete and steel facil Intangible Property, and applications for Home-

rented three feet of counter grade teacher at Bunnell stead and other, exemptions:
space from his hometown School in 1928. She resided ity.The St. Johns' :Lock is the
grocer and rolled up his with Mrs. Neva B. Eisenbach. first useable segment of the Precinct No. 1-Bunnell. Tax Assessor Office. Friday February -

Barge Canal to be completed.. 14 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.

The Inglis Lock, located near 'Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell. Masonic Lodge. Friday. Febru- ,
BUNNELL CUSTQM KITCHENS ;the Gulf coaSt, was completed ary 14! 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M. -
several weeks ago, but It will

107 N. Bay;,St.t. >' K/, I' P. O. Box 657 not.be usable,.ujjtjl:'ja.; by.pass Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City Hall Monday. Febru- '
,
BUNNELL, FLORIDA canal and a connector ,canal ary 17, 9:00 A. M. to '12 Noon., '-p 1. .' .0'. ',
have been completed: next s
Precinct, No. 5-A-Parrot Village. Monday February 17.
FREE ESTIMATESBAR summer. 1:30 P. M. to'2:30'" P. M. .
FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS Other features! of the east-
ern end of the canal, in addition Precinct No. Espuxnola. County Polling Building Tuesday -
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS to the $5.5 million St. February 18. 10:00 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS Johns Lock are ,the $2.9 millIon .
Precinct No. 3-A-XoI'0na. White
Eagle. Tuesday. February
Rodman Dam and Spillway
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving seven miles of canal excavation 18. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.

BATHROOM VANITIES'BREAKFAST' BARS costing million; 'a Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Community Hall Wednesday:

Laminated Plastic Upholstery 'Fronts $4.1 million ,contract,,for par February 19. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
FINE HARDWOODS tially clearing the Rodman
Reservoir of trees and a $50O- Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park Community Hall. Wednes-
Most orders filled within ,IS working days. Now Servingall 000 canal bank shaping and day February 19. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.

areas In 75 mile rod. of Bunnell. beautification Job. The $2
CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 .'*Might 437-3923 million SR 19 Bridge is .a,partof The Tax laws require that you file a return on .
*' ,the complex. Personal and Intangible Personal Property regard-
EVENING 'PLANNING ARRANGED When completed the Rod. less of 'the amount before April 1st and. I am required

man Reservoir is expected to to assess a ten percent penalty upon your
become a prized recerational failure to do so.
area with bathing beaches, t
boat launching ramps, fishing All applications for exemption must also be .
Flagler County Insurance and boat trails, camping fa- filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is

I I milities and ''a prime sports II open from 8:30 A. M. to 12 :00 Noon and 1 :0,0 P. M. "

fishing area. to 4 :30 P. M" and we will be glad to assist you, if .

I Agency, Inc. I MRS. ORVILLE DAVIS possible. S ,' '


M!U! Forms of Insurance DIES IN ACCIDENT Respectfully D. R. MOORE, .

-z4K! East Moody 'Blvd.: -:- Phone '437-3171 here According Mrs. Orville to w'Ord Davis received of Jan. 9 April 3, Tax Assessor

tqnnell, Florida 32O1O Flagler Beach ,and Orlandowas
killed In an automobile '
J,!FEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSWhen accident in Richmond, Virginia : ,

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NOTICEPursuant

We Can Sell Your ,

you to provisions, as set forth in Florida

"LETGEORGE Business in 48 Statutes, .Chapter 193.201,' as amended by the

DISTANCE 1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee, or
HoursHAVE Agent requesting an1' Agricultural Assessmentshall

MEANS fill out a: prescribed form.
NORTHERN
DO !IT!" This application pertaining to Florida Stat-

NOTHING! s po AU BUYERS WAITING utes 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricul- _

UNITED BUSINESS BROKERS tural ,Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and ,' :: _
W. Pay Pot 921 Volusla Avenue has no relationship to the County. Zoning of land

Use DDF ave-By-Mail" Service use. :
. O..dti..lla.LJ.nIS.dMs..dt..A s.B.N.ul.th..th.! Daytona Beach Property owners must file this application "

Telephone 255-6431 each year to the County Tax Assessor, between

January first and April first, so that the County .

..-. -. '"V'I.. Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application -

O. F. ALFORD for Agricultural classification.
aa& Registered Application forms are available at the Tax '
y/Q MAIN OFFICE Assessor's Office. '

:E "Dotvntawn 230 N. 0.Daytona'ach 3t.d Rea! Estate Broker DONALD R. MOORE I

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FLAGLER'' TRIBUNE TZIURS. JANUARY '9. 1969 RECREATION'PROGRAMIS SURPRISE BRIDAL SHOWER
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MR. AND MRS. CHARLES P. WORLEY OUTLINED TO t\1I. "!

GARDEN CLUBBERS .

Chairman of the Flagler si"U :" of
County Recreation Advisory
Council Mrs. Mike Stefllk out
lined the county recreation
program to Flagler Beach
Garden Club members at s
their meeting last Thursday $
rA, Mrs. Steflik told of the coun \
cil's plan for recreation and :
asked the club to submit suggestions
for a proposed pro.

i ject.Mrs.. Freda Cole, president, !
presided and hostesses at the !

meeting were Mrs. Otis Ma- _
gee and Mrs. Frank Brede.
Members voted to sponsora
"games party" March 14 at

7:30 p, m. at Flagler Beach ... ...""' _____.___.___._....nnn......___
Municipal Recreation Hall. Hostess Mrs. Jeff Seale, 1, serves refreshments to Mrs. Steve
The American Creed was Chappell center, who was guest of honor at a bridal shower I
read by club member Mrs. *
Saturday. Looking on is honoree's mother, Mrs. Clarence Niesen
Otis Magee.
The flower of the month arrangement Niesen.

was presented by MRS. CHAPPELL Pink and white was the
Mrs. Brede. color scheme used in the dec
Ten members and two HONORED AT orations. White wedding bells
: guests attended. flanked by lighted pink tapers
CHARLES WORLEY. Barrow, Eddie Barrow and SURPRISE SHOWERMrs. formed the centerpiece for the
Gordon Worley. GINA SEALE table. The hostess
Steve Chappell, recent serving
MRS. BARROW There was a reception afterward CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY bride, was honored at a surprise served refreshments of cake
ARE WEDMrs. at the Bunnell Civic bridal shower Saturdav ad coffee to fourteen guests.

center. A three tiered wedding Gina Seale, daughter of :Mr. afternoon given by Mrs. Jeff Appropriate games were
Isabel H. Barrow and cake decorated with aqua and Mrs. Jeff Seale, Bunnell Seale at her home, 507 N. played and prize winnerswere
Charles P. Worley, both of roses and topped with silver celebrated her fifth birthday Moore St., Bunnell. Mrs. Chap- Mrs. Sammy Bertha and
Bunnell, were married Sun wedding bells.formed the cen- Wednesday at a party at her pell is the former Miss Pat Mrs. Kenenth Oddy.
day afternoon at St. Stephens terpiece for the refreshment'table. home. .

Catholic Church, Bunnell. Assisting with the serv GIna's playmates at Tiny PANEL PROGRAMPRESENTED Mr. and Mrs. Ike Vaughnof
The Rev. Father 'Antonio ing were Mrs. William Patrick Tot Playschool Joined her for AT Jacksonville spent the
Leon performed the double and Mrs. George Jarosz. Mrs.J. the celebration. Outdoor BUNNELL WSCSA weekend in Bunnell visitingher

ring ceremony with Ray Mercer : W. Car ley kept the bride's. games were enjoyed by the panel program "Interna- parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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as organist. book. youngsters at Idlehours Playground tional Development And :Jus- Duane Deen. .
The bride, escorted by hereon Out of town guests included, and" traditional refreshments tice" was presented, at the
Buddy. Barrow, wore an the. bride's mother, Mrs. Margaret .* of cake and' Ice Bunnell Women's Society of Dr. and Mrs. Russell Blan-
aqua coatdress with matching Hengelman, Deland; Mr. cream were served. by Mrs.Seale. Christian Service meeting ton spent the weekend at Fort
accessories and carried a pink and Mrs. EmU Remelberger, Wednesdav morning at the Lauderdale visiting Mr. and
carnation nosegay. Deland; Mrs. Marie Hollbrock. First' United Methodist Mrs. Rick Maher and son
Miss Margaret Barrow, Deland; Mrs. Anna Schaal.. Michael 'Hazelton of Eustis Church. Troy.
Bunnell was her mother's Deland and Mrs. William Se- was a weekend visitor at the Participating, in the program
maid of honor. She wore a ger, Daytona Beach. G. C. ,Smith home in Bunnell. were Mrs. Cordell Robertson, Duane 'and Luellen Deen
pink suit and carried a nose-. After a weddIng'' trip to Mrs. Leslie Tucker. Mrs. Gor spent Christmas week in
gay of white daisies with pink Black MountaIn N. c., Mr. PINETTES MEET don Buckles, Mrs. R. W. Cody Starkville, Miss, visiting. with
streamers. and Mrs. Worley will make WITH MRS. KINNEY: and Mrs. Lola Taylor. Music relatives.

.Robert Worley, Burundi, was their %home at South .Chapel The Pinettes met Friday for the program was provided
best man. Ushers were Paul Street In BtmJn: U. ., evening at the home of Mrs. bv Mrs. Eldon Knight. MISS MATHERLY"ENTERTAINS'YWAH
Walton Kinney, St. Johns 'Mrs--BlII"Fryman'conduC'ted' ."".
HOLIDAY GUESTS Park, for their regular monthly the. business. meeting.
WEEKEND GUESTS dinner-meeting. About fifteen members at*, Miss Beth Matherly 'entertained .'

Weekend houseguests the Spending, the holidays at. A covered dish supper was r tended. 'the ''Bunnell Baptist
Flagler Beach with Mr. and members. Church'i'YWAt'at: :her o7 'home.
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. enjoyed by ten .
Mrs. Mike SteJlk: and daugh' willbe VISITING IN BUNNELL: Monday nIght.Following .
Bradley at Espanola were Mr. The February. meeting .
and Mrs. J. D.' Seymore of ters were Mrs. Fred Gilreath., at the home of Mrs. Charles. .Mrs. :James Langford and the routine bust
Newberry, S. C., Mr. and Mrs.. of Wilkesboro. N. C. and- Mrs: Cowart, Haw Creek. Children) of Goodland, Florida, ness meeting the hostess serv-
Kenneth Hoffman and daugh.. Charles Albritton and daughter ar visiting ,.:in Bunnell with ed refreshments. to. Mrs. Jack
ers, Auburndale. Florida Valerie of Snow Hill,. N. CL HOME FROM N. C. her.mother Mrs. Kenny Town- Hardin, sponsor, Misses Susan
and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. :Jan Spangler has returned send., Brannam;'Linda Church and
Bradley and .children of Oak NEW YEARS GUESTS to her home, Old Kings Elaine Murray. *

Hill. Miss Julia Morris, Landover, Road, after spending last I. Mrs. Jennie Newell, former
Md., arrived via plane 'to' week In Waymesvllle N. C. Flagler Beach resident now HOLIDAY: GUESTS

spend New Years with Miss visiting with relatives. : living in Largo, Florida, spent Holiday houseguests. at' the
HOUSEGUESTS Diana McKnight, who was Weekend houseguests at the New Years at the beach ,.visiting home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Visiting in Bunnell duringthe visiting her parents, Mr. and Spangler home were Mr.: and Mrs. Mryna Knight. Seale were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKnight at Flag Mrs. :Joe Spangler of Greens- Seale of Clarksvllle, Mo:
Mrs. F H. Howell were Mr. ler Beach. boro, N. C. Mrs. Tony Kahlert spent and, Mrs. Dorothy Daughterty.
and Mrs. Coleman Hall of La Miss McKnight and Miss last weekend at Athens Ga.
Belle and Mrs. Myra Hall of Morris left Saturday to returnto ATTEND SHRINERS BALL, visiting her son: and daughter Carol June Smith spent the
Ocala. their home at Landover.. Those from Bunnell attend- In law, Tom and June Kan- weekend at Eustis visiting

I ing the Shrine Ball New Years len "and daughter, '...".Dana, Noel.. Marie\: Ha 1ton. ,
HOME FROM MIAMI Eve at the Jacksonville Coliseum
SLIDES SHOWN ,were Mr. and Mrs. Hen abled widow
Mrs. Anna Jarosz has returned -: Scott Mr. and Mrs. George I may begin receiving -
Social benefits
ry
Security as early. 50
AT GARDEN CLUB as
to her home in Bunnell Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Levi ir she becomes disabled be-
CHRISTMAS PARTY after spending the holidays In' Bramnam.' Mr. and Mrs. Stan- fore her husband's death'or'
\ Miami visiting her son and ley Novak and Mrs. W. C. NEWSQ. I within 7 years after his death.
Mrs. F. Schwenk showed daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan. Also, a widow who
slides she had taken last year Erward :Jarosz and family. benefits receives
I get social as
a mother
security retirement with
while on a trip to the Medi-
Mrs. Lilly Moody has returned children
checks.
terranean and Holy Land at Don Besler of Wlnnepeg, to her home In Baxley, almost 62 and will My be wife Is ments If she may.becomes receive disabled pay
apply-
the Flagler Beach Garden Canada stopped over at, Flag Ga. after ten days visit in ing for benefits before those
Club Christmas party at the ler Beach last week for sev- BimIni with her brother in on my social within payments and or
security record. Will 7 !
I this mean years after they end.
Pier Restaurant. About twentyfive eral days visit with Mr. and
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. that check will The full amount
my be less of a'widow's
attended the annual Mrs. Ted Heln and family.
D. Robertson.
affair. O. A. No.- The amount of your benefit, payable at 62, Is 82%
check will remain the same. percent of her deceased husband's -
,Merwin Whitely showed the Mrs. George Hall of Cambridge RETURN TOCALIFORNIA
group slides he had taken in Ohio spent the week. :Your wife's benefit will be retirement benefit. If
the New England States which end in Bunnell visiting her. paid in addition to the pay- she starts receiving benefits
included several beautiful sister in law, Mrs. :John C. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hirst ment you get. between 50 and 62. the
snow scenes. Hall.' and children left New Years Q. I have heard that any- amount Is permanently: re
Day to return to their homeat one 72 or over can get social duced.Q. .
San Diego, Calif., after sev- security even if he never What is meant by the
eral days visit at Flagler worked or paid social security lump-sum death payment"and
Beach with his parents, Mr. contributions.< Is this correct what Is the amount?
HART and Mrs. R. K. Hirst. A. Not quite. People who A. The lump-sum death
Christmas guests at the reached 72 before 1968 payment Is the payment made
.. Hirst home were Mr. and Mrs.E. these special can get after the death of an Insured

Refrigeration and Electric Service L. Hirst: and son of Daytona if they never payments worked under even worker The amount varies
Shores and Mr. and Mrs.S. social security. People who from $165 to $225 dependingon
: Water C. Hirst of Leesburg. reach 72 after 1967 need the worker's average year-
Pumps ly
credit for some work under earnings under social se
LEAVES FOR ARMY social curity. The payment Is madeto
Hot Water HeatersOil security to get them.
Tommy Herr, Bunnell, left The special payments may be the surviving spouse who
Tuesday morning for :Jacksonville reduced if the person is was living with the deceasedat
Heaters where he was inducted celving public assistance re- the time of death. If no
in military service. Tommy Is other Government or such spouse survives, the payment
payments. .
; Fedders Air Conditioners the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Q. At what age may a wid- is madeto'the( person
Herr of Bunnell. ow who has no children who paid the burial expenses.
;:x SALES -- INSTALLATION SERVICE He left Tuesday afternoon 18 .start receiving social under se- If ,the burial expenses have
fOr Fort BennIng, Ga. wherehe curity benefits on her deceased not been paid, the lump-sum
Old Haw Creek Road J JI will undergo basic train- husband's record payment can. be paid directly
Ing with, the US He is to the funeral home upon authorization -
I #' Phone 437-3698 : Army. A. A widow who is.not dIs-
"a 1966 graduate"o!' Bunnell abled may start her social from the person
se-
J High School. who assumed responsibility.
curity benefits at 60. A dis-
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FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JANUARY! ?t, 1969 SRD DELAYS good leveling coat of asphalt with 5,741 enrollments tallied
would adequately take care during the fall term. Pensa
FROM OUR FILES PAVING OF of this at the time of paving. cola, is in second place with
,- .,-...-, ,-,,- -_._.........- Benedict to have
was this 3,830.
4fy CITY STREEJ"SCo
f' checked out and notify the
y u n t y CommissionersC. Board if there was any further
II. Cowart and George difficulty. HOSPITAL NOTES

Wickline reported to' the ADMITTED: Patricia' Davis
Board of County CommissIon. DBJC ENROLLMENTUP Flagler Beach; Pearl Fill-

.3 3. ers of a telephone conversation man, Flagler Beach; Ralph A. .
with SRD Engineer Benedict 8.38 PERCENT I
Vorase
Flagler Beach; John
Deland, in which it was Porte, Flagler Beach; Bill Repel
learned that bids Florida junior colleges enrolled
were not let k
Flagler Beach; Lewis Edwards
for paving of city streets in 112,898 students duringthe Flagler Beach; Helen
Bunnell and Flagler Beach current fall semester, an
Beach
Kozolowski. Flagler
increase of almost 15 cent ;
3" ? during December.The per
Leona Eisenbach, Bunnell;
Board had been Inform. over a year ago. Lil Hersey, Bunnell; Janice

ed last year /that the bids Daytona Beach Junior Col MInchew, Bunnell; Ruth Rob-
r4'S, J c would be advertised in De lege tallied 8,079 students dur- bins, Bunnell; Mary Myjak,
Ji cember. However, Benedict informed ing the fall tearm for an increase Bunnell; Raymond E. Smith,
i the county commissioners of 8.38 per cent over Jr., Bunnell; Dina Snyder,
.Y when they called him, last year. Bunnell; Kay Frances Andrea-
L Y that one of the streets in The record enrollment, ssen, Norfolk, Va.; Jay' Scott
/ Flagler Beach was not ade makes DBJC Florida's fourth Bowie, Ormond; Murphy

I M C L quately prepared for pavingso largest Junior college with Green, Ormond; Sherri Stan'
"- r that the bids could not be Mlaml-Dade, St. Petersburgand ford, St. Augustine; Lillian
let until February.Commissioner Pensacola in the top three Arnold, Flagler Beach. "-

W ic k II n e spots with enrollments of 26-
stated that there was some 305, 9,537 and 8,425 respective DISMISSED: Leona Eisen- ,

) 53r flaw in the soil cementing of ly. bach, Bill Repcik
one of the streets at Flagler DBJC is first in the state in
Beach but he believed that a adult and vocational students Cotton is heat-resistant.

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When The Tribune moved It's office i tuft. .'
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I tographs that had been used In a feature Citizens' of Tomor.-, ,. !>. :. : ; :;:'
row" published In The'Tribune In 1949. We decided to-see how r ; .

many' of our readers could identify these youngsters of yester- :. 'l<*,:,:LH1:< : ;f ';::: -...: .
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DRUG COURSESTwo Kathryn Busenlehnar and De. K V .
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lores Blanyer will be the In. -.. "; \ .,. Irk. ....: ..
sections of a special. structors. One section sched.. ..+.: .;.. .. R. .' .-f; ', Our Gigantic' ,\ .4 'l"r.: ..: :
medications I zed short course for id drugs licensed and uled to meet Wednsday nights, : .;'.*I' ',.: t ." ,'.... I j .' .. .. : .. ,
area .
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from 6:45 to 9:45 p. m.'and :" --:" : .1 ...
practical 'nurses will be offer the other.from; 9 ..a. m. .until.. .. \ : .-' ., ,. .'. ;:: ,; -t,
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by/JDBJCJs beginning/ school applied > noon on.Saturdays. j r.;'. .. .s., .,' ,,.cb.''... hb"",.. . ._ ,:y ., 'H1'.1!".I.. ... .. ,, _..
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sciences. Applications: are accepted :: ; t, .*- t : 1 -\,1) '_ ;'.. .: ;..I.rr :'.: ,'"
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Instruction will cover laws, daily office' .J >// ..11ENpOFTHEYEAR .
regulations and responsibilities in the new campus. ,' i \ ; :' : "
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Guidance Center. SALE
of drug administration as '
well as develop skills in preparation A registration' fee of $5.00 .

administration and wil 'be ,charged, according, to" i,:> \' i: 'M'--1-- . .
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John H. i'dean'of applied :
drug reaction. and patientcare. Smiley .
sciences.
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BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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Malo,
Claudia Deen
to r, Rocky Mountain spotted
Melba Tucker ::1
Charles Turner. Jim- fever has been reported in 46 I
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Bembry. Bottom of the 50 states. It is spreadby '1.
Frank Bailey, rr r
mie Kendall, the American dog tick in .
Slsco Deen.ANSWERS.. Florida, says the State Boardof r l li .

BOTTOM PHOTO Health.

Top row. 1 to r, Dickie Merj NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE BUNNELL FLORIDA5THE :
McArn, David The Florida black bass may
cer Burnsed.George Bottom row, 1 to r, not be used as bait. Bream --
Hersey., John- and pickerel may be used as
Malphurs
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debt to him and
FLAGLER TBISUNJlTVi ;; THURS.. JANUARY 9. 1969 Is our proper
the only worthy evidence of
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La.: *VKItTIH :M KNT ATn7UDESIMPORTANT CHURCH our gratitude for all that he i

1 TO DRIVING has done. Outward worship Is
IN TIIK ClUCirrr counT VOIlPI o
.A.Ot.KIt COUNTY. FLORIDA The Florida Highway Pa II not of Itself sufficient to ex-

'A *K NO. -4N4 I1IV. 1> trol today warned motorists; press loyal and heartfelt gratitude -
PATSY RUTH OWEN that bad attitudes can become I NEWSjj since He has said: !"If

4, Plaintiff VII. Inescapable "accident traps." ye love me. keep my com-

GEORGE KEMPER OWEN Colonel H. N. Klrkman. Director mandments.

-Defendant. of the Department oJ still Christian Science services
CIVil. ACTION dway's needs. God's Son
NOTICE. or MIIT NO Public Safety' said "In driving Weekly SermonRev. challenges his followers to be and Sunday, School, are held
ItOPKHTVTO fit with in this area at' 11 a. m. in
keeping mentally
of
: GEORGE KKMPER OWEN. servants. "For the Son man
whose residence" la unknown. proper driving attitudes Is as Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor also came not to be served First Church of Christ Scientist -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Ormond Beach 100 North
that an action for divorce Imporant as maintaining your but to serve and to give his ,
has been filed against you. and physical skills. Staying fit, Bunnell First United life as.n ransom for many." Halifax Drive and First _,
you are required to serve a copy and Church of Christ Scientist
both physically mentally
of your written defenses if any Mark 10:45.
,to it. on the plaintiff's attorney will help keep you alive." Methodist Church Daytona Beach 137 Live Oak

whose name and address Is The patrol ,chief Ave. Wednesday evening
veteran
NICHOLAS A. GEORGE of OS- THE MISSION OF CHRIST ST. THOMAS CHURCH
SINSKY & OEORQE. 500 N. said some motorists become meetings at, which testimonies

Oleander Florida and Ave.file Daytona the original Beach trapped into accldenlt> situations Millions of people claim to ANNUAL MEETING of healing In Christian

with the clerk of the above styled by attitudes such as "I be followers of Christ. Christ- Science are given are at 8

court on or before February can drive over the speed limit ians have mixed opinions SUNDAY. JAN. 12 o'clock.
3. 1969: otherwise a judgmentmay
be entered against you for safely I Just must be care- about the relation of them- St. Thomas Episcopa 1 Everyone Is welcome.O. .
the relief demanded" In the com- ful not to get caught" or "I selves with the one who is
plaint or petition. Church annual congregational
WITNESS my hand and the can drive'OK after drinkingas called the Saviour or the meeting will be conducted C. MINTON DIES
seal of the said Court on Decem- I careful." Christ. Many want to worship
long as t m
ber 30. 1968. Sunday January 12 at the
Christ and elevate him to IN FT. PIERCED.
GEORGE M. MOODY "Confidence in your drivingis a church following the 10:00:
Clerk Circuit Court ". which he
good Kirkman said "but position never
(Seal) morning worship service. A C. Mlnton husband of
claimed for himself. Jesus
over-confidence is suicidal. em-
By: Kathryn L. Emery
will be elected and .
As Deputy Clerk vestry the former Miss Bessie Wick-
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Jan.. 2, 9. 16 and-23. 4tc. LEGAL AI>VEnTI EMENT the world to do his Father's business for the ensuing year line, Flagler Beach died Sunday '

LEGAL ADYFRTISEMENT, IN Till COUNT".JUDGF.' will and not to be worship- will be discussed. morning according to *'
-- COURT KIjAOI.IOIl COUNTY.FLOIIIDA A covered dish luncheon word received here by hls.1
IV. Till r-OITVTV JtTI)nK M ped.. will be served at moon. brother-in-law George Wick-
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counT KI.AOI.EIl COtriVTV Case No. KSO
IM.OItltlA IN 111: ESTATE OF* Jesus was a person who All church members are

Case No. KHO7N FRANCES. ILVISTEN, :-. served others, and 'was will- urged to attend.CHRISTIAN line.Minton was prominent in
RK OF
FRANCES: ESTATE. IIAISTEN Deceased.NOTICE Ol'; IMlOIlATn ing and able to give his life this area as a leader in the

Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED for the sins of mankind. He SCIENCE citrus fertilizer and tractor
NOTICE TO CIIKI>ITOU!4 IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALI. DECEDENT told his disciples that servant- businesses. _
PERSONS ,HAVING CLAIMS You are hereby notified that a hood was not only his missions SERVICES'' JAN. 12 1968
AOAINST SAID ESTATE written instrument purporting mission.
but also their
YOU and each of you are here- ta be the last will and testament The Lesson-Sermon Is titled"Sacrament" JOIN DBJC
by notified and required to pre- of said decedent has been admitted Perhaps Christians today needto
sent any claims and demands to probate in, this Court. reevaluate their position in and the Golden
STAFF
which you. or either of you may You are hereby commanded Text is from I Samuel: "Be-
have against the estate of Fran- within 6 months from the date the world. Most Jews looked
ces W. Haisten. deceased, late of of the first publication of this for a story book type of Sav hold to obey is ,better than Jay ,Vice comptroller, Holi-
Flagler County. Florida to the notice to appear in this Court sacrifice and I to harken than day Inns of Daytona .Beach
Hon. T. K. :McJCnlght. County and show cause If any you can iour to lead Israel to victoryover "
Judge of Flagler County. Coun- why the action of this Court in their enemies. Many did the fat of rams. and Frank Brown operations
ty Courthouse. In Bunnell. Flair admitting said Will to probate Included In the readings is sales division of Red CarpetInc. .
ler County. Florida within 6 should not stand unrevoked. not understand the Saviour'who "
,the.
months from the date of the first /s/ T. K. MCKNIGHT came to serve others Instead :'following reference from will join the part time
publication of this notice. County Judge. Flagler of exalted before they Christian Science text.. DBJC faculty January 8.
Each claim or demand must be County Florida. being book Science and Health with
be In writing and must state Dec. 19. 26, Jan. 2 and 9. 4tc man. They are to teach day and
the place of residence and post- key to ,the Scriptures by.Mary evening classes in hotelmotel -
office address of the claimantAnd LEGAL ADVRUTI1RMKNT! The church needs to consider -, Baker Eddy: "To keep the front office procedures
must be sworn to by the
claimant., his aJirf'nt. or his at- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO who Christ was if it is to commandments of our mas- scheduled to start January 8

or It will become voidaccording REGISTER As FICTITIOUS NAME be vital and responsive to to ter and follow his example and 16 respectively.
to law. provided by Section 865.09
F.llch creditor shall deliver suf Florida Statutes Annotated we.
ficient" copies of his claim to en- the undersigned will, register I
Able the County Judge to mall with the Clerk of the Circuit
one .,, each personal representative Court of Flagler County Flori-
da with proof of publication of
,r>ATKI' this 1th day of De- this notice, the following fictitious j "I
ember. A. O 1 t under which we are now
/ROBERT W. PICKENS
As Executor of the Last engaged In the business of sal- .
Will and Testament of vage of automobiles sale of /:
: Full
Frances W. Haisten. de- new and used automobile parts. Housepowergets ) '" I Ii
ceased aale of used automobiles and
Bruce H. Davis wrecker and garage service and ; : ;.;j :
we. the undersigned are the ,,, .
Attorney 627 at Law only persons. Interested In such i '" Oj'.... ,. "... ,.' ..' 'J,' I It
tuned in :
fox City Florida business which is located In t you ----_.,-, '" "_.. '. <
Dec. 19. 26, Jan. 2. 9. ftc..L. Favorite, Florida. :
/111 Richard H. Mathen : I
LEGAL ADVEUTISEMEPTTNAME /*/ Ida Mae Mathen .
._ _' /aW.. J. Gardiner ; turned
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l F'ICTITlOtJ'4 AFFIDAVIT STATUTE Attorney 208 H S. Beach for Said Street Registrants H and on ; :

FICTITIOUS NAME: P. O Drawer 990 :' .
,JOHN M. CANAKARIS M. D. Daytona Beach. Florida
COUNTY STATE OF OF FLORIDA FLAGLEROn January 2. 9, 16. 23. 4tc i to modern all-electric given .

this
day personally appeared -
before me. an omcer duly HASTINGS MATTRESS I
auhtorized .
.p JOHN M. CANAKARIS.administer M.oaths.D., &, UPHOLSTRY 'WORKS 1 Today, a host of electrical marvels stands ready to help with ; ,

who first being: duly sworn.de- 710-12 Lemon St.; your work bring you comfort and entertain you.And powerto I
poses and
,The names says of all the persons P..I"tka, Florida run them all is ready and waiting. It'costs but a few cents J., ,
Interested In the business con- per kilowatt hour. ..the biggest bargain in your budget I -
ducted under the foregoing- Phone EA 5-9166 .

the titious interest name,of and each the of extent them In of Furniture UpholterlncTtoDdlred / Full Housepower Wiring is the first necessity for flameless .: :"

said business Is as follows: & Refinished all-electric living. With i it, you can make: full and efficient ; I' <;f), '

NAME use of all the electrical conveniences ',
JOHN M. CANAKARIS. M. 'D.INTEREST .. Mattresses & Box Sprincjv you now own f i ;
t P. A. Made to Order. Also RenovatedCall and be ready for the new work-savers you plan to buy. > ,,1'(.:, :

100% Laura Morris 437.3233 With plenty of handy,outlets and switches there's no need .<. I\}' -

r JOHN M. C-ANAKARIS." for unsightly nests of extension cords. ,ljo.; ,
M. r).. f A. After 6:00 P. M. x; il

By John President M. Canakarla. M., D. PRICES REASONABLE .': Do you have.Full Housepower Wiring now 1 r i'a'ij' ,

,Sworn! to and aubscrlbed before BUDGET> PLAN IF NEEDED 100-20O Amp Service? Ask-your .. t :
me this 10 day of December. electrical contractor. He'll give -
a
.. 146$. Just as near as your you f :
frteal) complete House ower Checkup. Free. : l :
AVllma A. Brock Phone or Post Office ,

Notary Public PTOO Us a Card or Call I .
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Div r-o' ""n'f,,,,iion expires: : C5 -T .
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,March 27, 1971. Free Pick-up & Delivery -
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7-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE
THURS.. JANUARY 9. 1969 SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain VACUUM CLEANERParts

CLASSIFIED; fields installed; Rota-Roter and service any make.,
FORMER BEACH '
Survivors Include his wife, snail shell. Reasonable prices. any model. United Vacuum

RESIDENT DIES Eleanor; one son, Cornelius ADVERTISING Call George Jarosz 437-3410 Cleaner, 921 Volusia Avenue.. 0
Jr.; and a daughter Mrs. 8.1-t1 Daytona Beach., Fla. Phone '
IN SOUTH CAROLINA Martha Brown all 255-6431 Dec. 12. TFC ,
i field of Wedge .. I; FOR SALE-2 houses % block -- -
S. C.ATTEND .
Word' has been received of from ocean 3 blocks to fishing SINGER zig zag-1968 model
the death of Cornelius M. pier. 100 ft. corner lot. used less than three months.

Ryan, former Flagler Beach FUNERAL SERVICESZ. --- Phone 439-2317 Nov. 14 TFC Guaranteed. Makes buttonholes *
resident who died last weekat D. Holland, Mr. and Mrs. TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet -. ..,- blind stitches and
Wedgefleld S. C. after SEWING MACHINES I stitches without attach-
fancy
a Z. G. Holland and Mrs. Cor- us help beautify Flagler
lengthy illness. dell Robertson were In.. Gainesville County.' Large variety of evergreens Parts and service. any make, ment. Pay balance of $43.00
lie lived at Flagler Beach Monday to attend funer palms, hedge plants. any model. United Sewing or 6 payments at $8.00 a
for a number of years wherehe al'servlces of a relative Jerry 5% miles S of Bunnell on Center, 921 Volusia Avenue month. For more Information.,
was employed with Johnston Smith, who died from Injuries U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tic Daytona Beach, Phone 255- without obligation, call De-
Realty. sustained In an auto accident. 6431. Dec. 12 TFC land 734-OO18) between 9:00: to
5:00. After 5:00: 7342195. TFC
.
POTATO PLANTER: -A

John Deere tractor; cross cut
OFFICERS plow; spray tank and pump

(800 gallons); pump 10 HP
Charles E. Creal.._....f.-.....--President Citizens B a. n k motor on wheels; and many

Tom E. Holden.........._...Vice-President other pieces of old machinery.
80 acre farm for rent. G. I.

Lily J. Creal.......:.._?.......Vice-President OF' 13 U N N ELL John Furniture Co., CordovaSt.
... St. Augustine. Ph. 824-1233
Howell V. Peavy......._.;..............Cashier Dec. 1.9. 4tc.
BUNNELL, FLORIDA .. .
Camle C. Lynn.........._.......Asst. Cashier ,: '. LOT FOR SALE 80x112 ft.

I r.r. ., ". -:". waterfront lot, Lehigh Street..
'frDIRECTORS Venice Park Flagler Beach.

$1200.00. Margaret GIvens,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION r: Broker. Ph. 439.2035.

O. F. Alford December. ,,31, 1968 '. Dec. 26, Jan. 2, 9, 16, 4tcWANTE"D

John A. Clegg ASSETS: -Good homes for
month old puppies terrier .
part
R.: W. Cody. Cash and due from Banks : I. $ 494078.88 weaned. Call Jack or Bar-

L l. Charles E Creal U. S. Government Bonds r r' '. 1709750.00 bara McCabe, 437-3478 or 437-
State County and Municipal Bonds 3276. Jan. 2, 1.tc.
Lily J. Creal 797,942.73 .

*.. Loans ; .1. ,' . 2,954,759.23 ENCYCLOPEDIASGet
,
Tom
E. Holden
Bank Building /. .. 89,531.66 the newly revised up to .

5 William Lenssen Furniture and Fixtures .j.o. .,. 22:469.68: date 1969 COMPTON'S ENCY "
.
CLOPEDIAS.
They are Just
;{ '* Other Assets .' -. ... .> . ." .. 25,232.98 like a library In your .home.
'o i ..V. ,
; .
.. They give your children an
EMPLOYEES : :'- ii; ', $6,093,765.16 educational advantage, helps ,

,. "d ... LIABILITIES: ". ...." r ... ( "' ; them do better' school 'worft<
'
'" '.' ', ,. ..; '. .I.; ". ..-" Jtt Uf: ...'"'4f: .-. ..,t.. them for and, .
Lou '
,0' Mary Durrance ." )' ....",{!! :./ ,..... JII.r.'t'l"'fP"' .!(:' ';,,;'w.'_' ", ? prepares" college .
'i.r'r. : .Capital? Stock'surplus .'. "M. ,lr,. '. $ 150,000.00 this competitive world In i iwhich" .
:0' '''' Rena Forson ..., .
: .10 : Y\ '
.,,, ; .. .1 I l : .-t".;: : ., ': : .. : 300:000.00: we live. Now is the time J.
I
Claudine Hosford to get the 24 volumn COMP-:
-_ .. Undivided Profits ,,,,' ".... ; .' ..
'g ." Beverly, Ann Kelly Dividend,' .No.. 42': . ".'-"'. Tv: : \ .' . ;, 6 000.00 will be glad you did. Call 437*'!

', Grace Phipps Deposits .' .-', .' .,. o. ''.:/.; :-::. . '0'! 5'538'609.; .34 3236. Marvin H. Parker. 'itp./;:

Celestine Stanish Other Liabilities (Unearned Interest'a :. .' 49,996.79 WANTED: -Ironing to .dog 1 .p1

'... .. Lucille Webb <.. ..,: : l'. ." my' 'home. Will pick-up an\"t
'; +l"; ''' .1;.1$6,0, 3,7 5.16 deliver In 'Bunnell and Fla '
: '" .. i", '. r i :
,. . 'I.:. .'r .; !' :.. ler,Beach. $1.00 per hour. Can ,
.. ;: .r 4392225.: :Itcj 011',
.1 '" .., ...,..-<.' :: ; : *'jj .
.. 17x23 inch inlaid rubber mats* ;
},
.: :..;. .. : : ?
".- ... ...- w Were '$L19now. : 75c whllejLthey ;
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1969 Caprice Coupe ... r, last. Used recllner'$15.OO.-J:
Jerry's Furniture, Odd Dixie
M'I Hwy., 2:mi. .S.. of Korona. PhwJ: "
:, ..!. .. "' -' I ILOI3IT
K .L .. .F :k. {X. 3t..ac.at. + > y'c ,', .4373752. 1 te.

1,9. ..d. F ,'<' '9 h: .A ,kk Y' fr .tia.. ?ls .::.e3' '.03' .
I DOG-Beagle hound %
3'E'n : .. ; .C, gggKr ,-0 ,b'' h'a mostly white -with tan and,/ ',
: < '>; ?o: .vg c; t? < 'ij@ a .e S ,
.p
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uc. a
> "', fi R A = .t ] Cau "ti"
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5'2 dv'ao Z 0. black Lost in \
+ 2 $e A y n"a :: spots. Blmlnl '.
Section Saturday. Owners' :

name on -collar. Contact Dan. .
ny Johnston. 4373623. ItC. ;'
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''FREE PUPPIES-1 female and '

b, 5 male puppies to give, away.
i yH Call 4373659. Itc. ,'
.au Y ..'
b '.yt::saQ 73 y (< :#flj'A; fq. ;
SPINET PIANO FOR SALE v:
'
here. Local person of good -

credit may assume low-
ar .w "e :"'t.y i+\ .
; o < ,, '
Y -
'xP f monthly payments, $345.OO \ ,
full price. Write credit man-" .
., > ua68%: s: : ..' '. ,,:-" ...s. # .ar.. ,"?'
,q h' wz as t .a'3r F>y o y # : ?: t x t'i ager 1708 Indian Woods Dr. '
.
ayx'. 's's c a"t S3 mlax ; k'i'1.:' +% .;a< 'k. "k ?, s c. : .
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r ku33 .
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as > ao :w i Na k>. yiy
FOR SALE-Crusader Radiant -
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Heater used one' season. Also
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( 1955 Cadillac Cp., needs work.. ...
t 204 N. Centtal Ave.,. Flagler '' I
Beach. Apt. 1. Itc.'.. ;

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PIANO IN STORAGE '.
Beautiful'spinet stored.locally.' '

2.f b Reported like new. Responsible '

party can.take a big sav- ', r '
Ing on low payment balance. '
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aE Write Ellis Music Co. Panama ,
'
City.Fla. 32401 Itc-
h1<

clowns.No hoopla: No 1959 Chevrolet with a big V8 and Ventilation. Feel the kick of the big Will do ironing In my home.. .
No automatic transmission for less than gest standard V8 in our field. Call 4399202. Itc.

funny This hats.is an event for the serious. you could last year. Then go down the street or across Horsemanship Classes--Learn- ,

car buyer. The man who has X HarrCome in and spend some time. town and see how we stack up against to ride and show your' horse ,
and is deter- Dig probe ask questions take notes. Those Other Cars.
spend ,,
ber of dollars to correctly-Western, English
his money's worth and You owe it yourself to be thorough.; We think you'll wind up with a"
mined to get lumping and hunting. For information
Go for a drive- Chevy. ,
maybe Come more.to a Chevrolet Showroom Get a free,sample of Chevrolet'sluxurious More people do, you know. .J call 4399202. Itc.

full-coil, cushioned ride. .., ,,,,, ,
.r.
Value Showdown. I
TOOTH DECAY
during our .... ....
windows'and how fresh ..
the
Ask the man to show you, on Shut see '
paper, how you can order most any the interior stays thanks to ,,Astro Putting;you first keeps us first. Many Florida cities have- '
.added fluoride to their water
!supply because the State-

Board of Health says this ret _
; j daces dental decay as much

is 65 per cent.TYPHUS. -

The Chevrolet : ,,':t ::: : FEVER


Epidemic typhus Is.spread
to: man by lice. Murine -typhus
Value Showdown is i s carried by a rat flea. The
on.
tate:; Board of Health says.

,, nurlne typhus has been erad- ,.
i cated from the state., ..



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8THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS. JANUARY 9. 1969 BHS TEAMS years ago in the same vicinity

... 1968-69 : '
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TAKE ST. JOE'* I ', ..,*v '' An average white tall buck,
BUNNELL
." BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL, HICKBASKETBALL the species generally found In
The Bunnell i; Varsity': Bulldogs \ this area would welsh approximately -

GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 'took an easy win over 3 times ,as muchas

St. Joe of St. Augustine Monday ;. 10 Fla. Deaf Home the small Key deer.

Jan. 10 Friday St. Aug. Away 5:00': 'night by 79 to 61 score. .

Jan. 14 Tuesday Keystone fits ... Home 7:00 The half time score of 41 to 14 Hastings, Awny, REDHEADS: .

Jan. 17 Friday Hastings .' Home 7:00: 24 gave Coach,Jack Hardin an 17 Baldwin Away ,
Jan. 25 Saturday St. Joe :. ". Home 5:00: opportunity to put'all his SWISH OUTBUTTNET.L ,
Jan. 28. Pierson _" .: ",: ," '. Home, 5:00: squad on the floor during the' 24 St. Joe Away MEN

Jan.' 31 Keystone IUs. Away '
Friday '. second half. 25 Baldwin Home
Feb. 4 Tuesday Fla. Deaf '. Away 7:00 High' for the Bunnell may field some
,_ .'" Home 7:00 scorers. game 28 Pierson Hon: e and
Feb. 7 Friday Clay High ; were Rabbit Johnson with good Varsity Jayvee

Feb.. 8 Saturday Fla. Deaf ._ ,. Home 7:00 22 points. Bobby Nelson with 31 W. Nassau Home teams, but the combined fac-
St. Joe Home 7:00 f'nd alumni basketball
Feb. 11 Tuesday 15 points, Clarence Jackson Feb. 4 Cres. City HomeR iiltv!
I -.-teamS proved'''to' be no match
with and-JohrrCook
Northeast Girls iionference tournament3OARD 12-points
Feb., 13.14.15 Fla. with 11 points. for the Redheads a profession
I AR J DEERIS al girls team that played here
The Bunnell Jayvees were
Tuesday'! nlRht
ilIl Io P easy winners by 45 to 28 KILLED Though nobody cared about-
': RESOLUTION about two years ago to bring ;, score. All players participatedIn 4"
Redheads
the wont
i--" In other corporate timber the game; Coach' Joe Kirk- IN: FL'AGLER; thecnre exhibited ,
by 78 to 52. The girls
MANAGEMENT Into
BEQUESTS
holdings the management Townsend
game land pointed'out Jay -
normallY foundon
A small deer considerable skill In handling
AREA CLOSED area but, local oppo as player making most' the islands of the Florida the ball and, ,seldom find

.' sition to the move had caused ,. Improvement, and; scoring 11 Keys, was killed last week In a' team that 'can really give.
Otis S. Hunter made. a motion a rejection of the Idea. points. Leonard King playedan the northern section of' the tho good omoetltlon.

which was seconded by In other action of the board outstanding' ;game and county neat Esoanola. accord The referees as well as the

Alfred Tucker and carried to it was decided to request the scored 16 points.BUNNELL ing to Otis S. Hunter Resident Bunreli sauad were often con-.'

adopt resolution requesting legislative delegation to do" 0 Sunervisor of Woodlands for fused os to where the ball: '
Hudson Paper Company to what they could to discontinue Owens Illinois Co. Hunter said was!' and what was being done
close the Game Management the split-season dove shoot- 58: the small 8 point buck was With It. The stands were packed

Area in their lands in Flagler Ing and the spring turkey OVIEDO 50 killed by Jim Wilson Palat- with fans who enjoyed ,

County.. hunting in Flagler County. ka, while he was hunting in the hilarious shenanigans on'
The request had been pre The BHS Varsity team won the Owen Illinois forest.It the court.

sented by Raymon Tucker over Oviedo Saturday nightin was estimated the buck Playing for Bunnell were

president of Flagler Cattle the Bunnell Gym by 58 to weighed approximately 60 Coach Jack Hall Walton Cow-

men's Association. It was GREG ROBERTSON 50. The half' time score Indi- pounds before it was dressed. art. Jack. Knight, Coach Joe'

stated that the open manage.. BAGS TWO DEER cated ,a close game by 30 to Wilson reported he Intended Kirkland, Glen''' Miller, Ray
ment area had brought' in 27 score in favor of Bunnell. 'to have the age of the buck Krutz. Cliff McGriff and

many hunters that were un Greg Robertson 15, son of High scorers were Bobby determined through use of Douglas ,Mitchell. Cliff Mc
desirable. And, that as a result Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson Nelson with 19 points and the head and horns of the rare Griff and Coy Harris alternated -

], there has been much Blminl, killed two deera Rabbit Johnson with 18 points. animal. as referees.'

abuse of hunting regulationsand spike and a 7 point buck- The Bunnell Junior Varsitylost Hunter, 'a native of Flagler
the theft of quite a num- while hunting last week with to Oviedo 'Jayvees by 23 County stated he had heard BUNNELL 7th AND 8th
ber of
cattle. his father at the Pellicer Hunt-' to 45 score with Leonard King that A. B. Johnston of Bunnell GRADERS TAKE DELAND
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An effort had been made Ing Camp. scoring 11 points. had killed a Key deer several

The Bunnell seventh and

L J eighth grade boys were victors -

I __ over Deland. Tuesday ..
I night by a 28 to 27 score. This

II I 1 game preceeded. the Redhead

,Show. .




...,.. Flagler FISHING Fish Camp reports
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the 'speckled perch are biting

j again.. Edgar Jones.,Waycross
.. Ga., caught\ about,30 Tuesday,
II III some' ,.weighing: '' p't *2 lbs.,

while fishing out of the camp
In 'Dead Lake. 'Jones' was 'using I..

a No Alibi lure and' was

'' ,- fishingin.. the bonnets.



Begins Jan. 3-Ends Jan 11 RENEW J YOURDRIVER'S: UCEHSE Zi



.DURING YOUR '"SF"
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Ladies Sweaters Mens T Shirts LEGAL-:.-ADVERTISIDMENT.- -


All Reduced IN THIS COUNTY JUDGFw
.. Were 5.95 to 12.95. I .....-.. FLORIDA.ooirivr VL.AOL.BII COUNTY.
IN PHOUATB' No. 873
IN RE Estate of
Now 4.99. to 9.95. : : *i/lens: Flannel Shirts Xtoceaaed.RAPHAEL STURMAN..

NOTICE: OF FILING PETITION
.' FOR FINAL DIHCIIAItOR!' OF
: Were 3.99 ADMIZVISTHATniX
NOTICE la hereby given that
I have filed my final return &a
Now 2.99 administratrix: of the estate of
Ladies Hats \ RAPHAEL STURM. deceased
: that I have filed my petition
for distribution and for final dis
Were 5.95o charge. and that on 31 January
1969. I will apply to the Honor-
/ Mens Sweaters able T. K. McKnight. County
Judge of Flagler County FlorIda -
Now $3.99 for approval of said final
t returns and for an order of distribution -
WERE NOW and for final discharge
am administratrix: of the estate
-. of RAPHAEL STURMAN. deceased. -
.
9.95 7.95 ,
Dated: 7 January 1969.
"': /Margaret S. MarehallAdrninistratrir.
10.95 8.95
Ladies Nehru T .
Jan. 9. 16. 23. 80. 4tc.LI10AL .
0/
ADVERT1!" IdM1NT
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Were 5.99 -
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'Mens and Boys Jackets IN COUNTY CIRCUIT FT.OIlinA cotrirr FLAOI.En.

CIVIL ACTION No. 4 "'-A
Now 3.99 ANNIE CEASE WftIGIIT.VII. .
I .
.. .'Wind Breakers Plaintiff.L.UTHER .

HENRY WRIGHT.
Denim Defendant.DIVORCE

NOTICE TO Al'I'RAtt
Skirts .: 'TO> LUTHER HENRY WRIGHT
Ladies : Asst. Styles Residence Unknown
,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI
ED that a Complaint for Divorce
All Reduced ALL REDUCED has been filed Against you. and
you are required to serve a cony
of your' answer or pleading to
the Complaint to the nlalntlffs
attorney, L.E3LAND B. SHAW. P.
O. Box 296. n Florida.:
and file the original answer or
pleading In the office of the
ALL SALES FINAL Clerk of the Clroult Court of
I Flagler County. Florida, on or
befnre the 10th day of February.
11)11". If you fAil to do sr, an
order of default will b- taken
; against' YOU for the relief de-
: nlnnded In the complaint.
: OATEn at Bunnell. Flagler
BAKERS5&1O 1 r-onntw, ptof-Ma. this 3rd day of
Janii- rv 1n41 9.r .

r'.*.oPOR..>nf,. r-ourt.M\ MOODY.Flagler Clerk.Coun

ty. FloridaOrq
( ...'a1 R..I)
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'('."th-- ., T,. Emery
".....rtv' C".rk.
YT11'"N'T) 11' qHA'V'"P

n,..n in.. .'Rox. Florida: 'UR 32010
Attorney for PlAintiff.
Jan. 9. 16. 23.; 30. 4te.