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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 16, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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57 NO. 4 THURSDAY. JANUARY 16 1969 53.50 A YEAR
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/ BOYLES OPENS CIRCUIT WITH FLAGLER TRIAL SCHOOL BOARD
EAST FLAGLER HAYDEN, GETS

-.-- ..-. ,...' ADOPTS NEW
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MOSQUITO BOARD TWENTY YEARSENTENCE -

'- } ,,' ; : .LUNCH POLICYA

ORGANIZES special meeting of the '

The East Flakier MOSQuito The Kit Hayden murder E to y'". f. 'I Flagler School Board was ,

Control District Board! of Com trial was concluded Thursday..'."!"r:. ;'4.' t:.: .' I held Tuesday morning to consider

J'Y1f *sloners held an organiza However an apparent error in adopting new policies '

tional'meeting on Wednesday, the verdict rendered by the for granting free lunches to
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.January 8th. eleptlng Lvman jury has brought nearly as 'I. I Indigent children in the coun

S much publicity to Flagler ty's three schools. .
S. L. Gage; as Chairman; Clinton
Glddens PS Vice-chairman; County as the murder and \ T-I o d-Tr continue to re

and Leonard .Johnson as Sec. trial did.When rpivr! federal funds Jrd feder1 -

reta-Treasurer.. the Jury was'charged' Y "' mrroditles. for-the school

Also meeting; with the new by Circuit Judge W. L. Wads- lunch program the School
Board was E; A. Philen of the worth with their responsibilities 1' m B--d WAS being required to '

\ State Board of Health, Jacksonville in arriving at a verdict, yfb.'A ) N 4 x ? broaden its policy for providing -

Florida. under whose the jury was handed thirteen : free lunches. Superintendent

i Jurisdiction Mosquito Control typed slips of paper which re-. .James Craig said there
: wrwM i be sufficient federal
Bonrd" onera tes. presented each possible decision -
Mr. Philen explained several they could arrive at. When- monies! to sunport the free

of the new regulations.: their decision was made they lunch Dro ram for the balance -

r f' Also present was Martin, were to sign the appropriate- ..r. )r ek rf this year without having .

I Porte? who supervised the verdict to be presented to the er- ? f 1 : to raise the price of

I building of the new shop addition court. lunches.It .

and office at the head When the jury returned to l- __ was reported that Mrs. i
Norma Turner, school lunch
quarters site."Oneratln".
the 'court room they announced Dq
supervisor had informed
on a. verv low 'a decision had been made, '
: school authorities that she
mlllage of 1.2 mills and not the verdict was handed to the / move
planned to resign and
taxing homestead exempted .Judge who In turn gave It.--
to Nevada on February 1st. A
DroDertv, a very strict budget back to the Clerk of Court resolution
was adopted thank.
has to be adhered to, In order George M. Moody and directed \
l' to give the District sufficient him to read it. The Judge, Stephen L. .*yles officially, took .over the duties of State's ing Mrs.of Turner faithful for service the many she
years
funds to operate and to accomplish clerk and prosecuting attorney Attorney on Tuesday, Janury 7th, 'and his first duty was to
.h* s rendered the schools of
.t the projects which appeared somewhat surprised' complete a mu &er :trial already' under way in Flagler County. -Flagler County.A .

the State outlines. ," chairman at the verdict. Boyles Is a young practicing attorney from Putnam County.. resolution was- adopted

Gage, said.; The Judge asked the jury if He has had 'experience assistant states attorney and as' a thanking Harold Emery recent -

!'The Board Is looking: {forward that'was their decision. The trial attorney ifi military service. board chairman, for the

;- to a. very fine term of 'foreman confirmed that It The circuit includes Flagler, Putnam, St. 'Johns. and Volusia many years he has served as

office and wishes to thank was. The prosecuting attorney Counties, Traditionally the prosecuUn'g'attorney has been a chairman It was noted by the
that the
their friends for their then requested Jury '
many Volusia Countian. but, Boyles was whiner I'n'both the primary superintendent that Emery
cooperation",. he Continued.. be polled. The clerk called the
had put in much extra time
-and general election candidates from Volusia
roll and all jurors acknowledged over and
effort in performing hisdutiees
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that the verdict as read County.
as, chairman. ,
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RECRf&TIONFINANCES was! correct. During the 'campaign Boyles stated 'that he would be'a j .

)- .. '-: .Judge Wadsworth rendered working prosecutor. The evidence of his first case which' : ,, 'J ,.

,.'40\' ....J.:. ..t :,sentence. bf 20. years which was the'. Kit Hayden murder trial in Flagler County proved JUDGE DENIES <..

'I. ...- .DI. ,... GUSk. .' -,". was the maximum Assthd sentence ;; ... Im .to, be -a"Tsorous! (prosecutor whose .courtroom vprocedureL, REHEARING IN .. '". or.)
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'..iAd. :-O- f ru iil1ty-: 1&Com.smit j'- JM r h i --T--> -- c- -.. .- N. .'' v-o.. *.
The Recreation was qulteTrnpressIve.1
Flagler
Murder In Second De.gree" "VOA&CER= : : SUIT'S; Y
vlsory Council met.
Monday Later some of the juror -
Circuit Judge' Sam! Smith;
;
evening to hear Raymon D. '
were puzzled by the sentence CAP BUILDS A PLANE ,
McGough, Supervisor ;of Fed. Lake City, has denied a' motion .
eral Home Administration rendered and' then' it for a rehearing in a civil

from Sanford.. .discuss ways was learned that the jury apparently suit. filed last May by SheltonB.
had agreed to a verdict
Barber against 'Circuit
the local could obtain
group of Murder in the Second r-,
federal funds for recreational lam Court Clerk George M. Moody
Degree and the 'wrong slip and members of the. Flagler

purposes.Meeting -with the Advisory'T of paper was inadvertently County Canvassing Board..

Council were County Commissioners signed. The suit was filed in the

C. H. Cowart, Louis When sentenced later.Judge Seventh Judicial Circuit Court
Steflik and Alfred Tucker as Wadsworth said the verdict last May. All judges in the

well as County Agent Don was final and could not be Circuit disqualified them.

Jordan and Soil Conservationist changed since, the case was selves in hearing the case. The

Tillman Robinson. concluded and !the jury had Florida Supreme Court assigned c.

McGough explained. that been discharged. The defend. the case to Judge Sam
ent Kit Hayden, cannot be Smith of Lake City.
federal funds could be made iilNl l !""rte,
for'the death Judge Smith dismissed the
available to a non-profit organization ,' tried aprain! of
Daniel Edward Shoultz. case In November with pre
on a loan basis at ,aj ""60 3
5% interest with up to 40 p judice. Barber's attorney filed
a motion for' Judge Smith to
years to pay. The funds couldbe
I FORMER FLAGLER .hold a rehearing during De
used for such purposes as ,
cember. Smith denied
Judge
golf course, club house or BEACH. RESIDENT
the motion last week.
swimming pool, McGoughsaid.
DIES IN OHIO If

o Mrs. Mike Stfllk, Council Friends of former Flagler The Bunnell Civil Air Patrol Squadron is building a planeto JOHN METTSSPEAKS TOBUNNELL
Chairman that the
explained
Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. be used in patrol duty and rescue work. The CAP had re ..
Council had now amassed LIONS ,
% Clinton Jones, will regret to quested a surplus airplane from the U. S. government. Not being .
$9000 and would receive learn of the death of Mrs. Johnny Metts, who was recently 1
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another $4500 in the fund this'yea able to procure one did mot dampen their enthusiasm, they
.Jones on .January 5 In Wlllard, decided to build discharged from the
one.
Ohio. Air Force as sergeant in a helicopter -
No specific plans were made They obtained the frame works of a two-seater, strippedit unit was guest speaker -
Inasmuch as the' Council Is Mrs. .Jones, who was knownto down completely and began to build plane.' Shown aboveis at Bunnell Lions Club at
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receiving suggestions on pro her friends as Everall Ar- Earl Rice, Executive Officer of CAP Squadron, as he appliesa their luncheon meeting Tues

jects at the February meeting. lene, was 53 years of age. sealer to the fabric sheeting that has been "ironed" onto the
She died suddenly following day.Metts
They plan to develop a master frame. spoke briefly of his
a heart attack, Mrs. D. C. Pad.
recreation plan after the' February berg said today.' In the background Is Cary Holland, Commander, who Is' exnerienee in the Vietnam

meeting. Funeral services were heldat painting the frame for the seat. Other squadron workers were W.ir.: He was stationed in '

the :!Fink Funeral Home building the wing sections Inside the hangar. Thailand for eight months.
ROY CORDON Then he answered
January 8 and interment fol. Rice stated that each phase of their work has to be Inspect. questionsthat
club members asked him
DUPONTS
BUYS '
lowed at New Haven, Ohio. ed by a federal aviation official before they are permitted to
INTEREST about conditions' there.
BUSINESS
Mr. Jones was employed advance to the:next stage. After the1 fabrication Is completed; ,, Metts said
Rov Gordon has purchasedthe that the ,attitude
with Lehigh Cement Plant the work crew will overhaul the engine. .
interest of James L. Du- of the servicemen in Asia in
pont in the Dupont & Gordon while they resided in Flagler We hope to be on hand to get 'a picture and follow-up regard to the Vietnam' War
Beach and when the
business,. an appliance maintenance closed about five years.plant ago story when the plane Is ready._to become air bourne. generally is "The Communistshave
and heating and to be stopped somewhereand
moved to Wlllard.
they
cooling business In Bunnell. FLAGLER WOMAN'S the clubhouse. The public Is we would rather stop

The trade was, effective January Invited to attend. them here than at San Fran
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CLUB NEWS ,.
TABLE
TIDE "
1, 1969, it was learned _' cisco. -
here today.. 16-22. The Flagler" Woman's. Club Several of the Flagler Beach Lion Oliver Taylor, program
Tides For Jan.,
Mr. Gordon will be the sole Is' holding an "International Club' members attended the chairman, pointed out that

owner and of the IIlGH'' LOW .Luncheon" on Wednesday, Volusla-Flagler County Federation Metts had 'received the Distlngulshed -

business in therfuiure, ,, '" "I DaY.t Ai1f<: ":''P.M. A.M. PM. January' ':'22 ate 12:3O,: at, the of Woman',8, Club Flying Cross for

Mr. Dupont, .yvlW: Is a af.( : ;X366:24": ; : 6:48:, .12:01: 12.36i ; Clubhouse rCe11 tra 1..- Avenue, meeting .:held .January,;. :.at s ry.icesCjW. : the1 Pacific.; :-

uate 6t'rThe'r! Tore, ,i '.1 'nger '...::: ;.,,f lt24 ;.7.42: .'12:42: ,', ,1:36: Flagler: +Beat h.rr>'Members are New Smyrna: Beach. Those a'tr AnpreciaVloiri' : v expressed .. .
School in Lake 'pitywill.t; >e '1 'u8.18"t 84J.; : 1.:36: '2:24: asked'to 'bringalong;: the'retending; ; were: Mrs. 'Edward ,b\ 'rtjslde'nt; ; :\ [p.o'tf (Jordan: for ,

employed I w. .riMr; ;, .Chodonduring "1 .9.06.. ,930; ]'2:3O3: :12 cipefortheir*food>i dishes,,i rI; .Krueger. Mrs.. E. P.! Fleurtp, thjeu.. .cbntrlbutliprt'; made by ;
.January,1' ,"expects'to 20.. 1000:; 10 qfr f ::3.24: '' '4:06: They are-also, sponsoring a Mrs. Ralph 1I1rs ..Mr.kR. Me- {l'loUda.Powcr'Wd.Light''Com- ....

be ,employed ',In the; forestry .. 21 1048.; ,i1.12., .'' 4.8.; .4:48: Games' Party to -beheld: ,on Dermott, Mrs.Mamie Malisch, pany'for'the Christmas light?

business in the future. 22 11:36: 11:59 5:06: 5:36: January 24 'at 7:30: p.. m. at and,; Mrs. Charles Sindelar. ing in Bunnell. ,:.


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3Flaglcr QTrttuinr ;;n--d-; :: a7 second class -matter _THURS.. JANUARY 16. 1969 2-" FLACLER TRIBUNE

I N con P p .n..A T E :D'i > February 6. 1913. at the post
IIUNNILL.' ..I.UD?: ,, ., office at Runnel Florida under
,',' .. Act of March 3. 1876. WEST BEND 30-CUP COFFEE URN
; JOHN A. CLEOG -- .-_-
----t OUR STORE
AT
AWAY
J Editor and Publisher lOo Per Copy TO BE GIVEN

?)'' SETTEE S. McDANIEL One Year. ,..........r.... .......*3.50 MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1969 '
News Editor Six 'Months ,_... JJ2.0WOutside :
_REGISTRATION DLANK-
.lKmated newspaper for aU Flaacler County

Legal Adyert'.s "'.00 Per Year Name .............................u n......................,............


:r EDITORIAL Address ................................................................

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WHAT ABOUT PROFESSIONAL JURORS? WEST BEND .: .

We wonder If the present Juror system has about out. 30-CUP COFFEE URN ............................................................................ ..

lived its usefulness. What with the new 'crime wave the

tendency of the courts to go off the left end to protect the U. S. D. A. Choice
,rights of the accused and the entangled legal system of delays .
postponements- loopholes, we wonder if there mightbe ROUND BONESHOULDER
a better system of obtaining Jurors. ROAST' Ib' 68

The County Commissioners are beselged with requeststo .
"leave my name off the jury list. The sheriff and the
judge are engulfed with calls from Jurors "to excuse me from
U. S. D. A. Choice
this Jury. '

The County Commission used to be able to go down the
list of registered men voters and eliminate those who lived CHUCKLyke's STEAK lb. 58
out of town those who were in essential jobs those who
were not physically able to serve and they could even protect .
small businessmen by selecting only one or two of his "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

employees.Now the. Board is advised that they must go down the

voter list of men and women and select every third or fourth PICNICS ib. 43 *
name depending upon: the number of names needed on the
panel. No common) sense, discretion can be used. Othrwise.an .
enterprising attorney could challenge an adverse decisionby
claiming that the Jury was Illegally selected.

Women must serve the same as men. Many women do < Lean Western Lean Western (FIRST CUT)
not feel emotionally suitable to sitting on a jury to decide '
'"life or death." They do mot want to leave their family to |; PORK STEAKS PORK CHOPS

be "locked up" with a Jury for an indefinite period of time. > lb.
Ib.
She often has family and, home obligations that are not easy 53e 480
to turn over to someone else to do.

Small businessmen can be hurt: badly by prolonged jury
duty and all prospective jurors face the possibility of two to Fresh Florida Grade "A" D &, D ((21/4.21/2) lb. Avg.; CUT TO ORDER

four weeks federal jury duty In Jacksonville. If a potato farmerIs '
called on' Jury duty during the harvest or a rain, storm, or
even a freeze it can mean the difference between profit and loss Whole Ib.Streak 31

for the entire year. .

A pulpwoor producer can ill afford to leave his crew for
an undetermined period of time. When he returns he may not

have a crew or his equipment may be,in state of disrepair., O'Lean G. C.:s Own "OVEN READY"

,Even a larger concern such as the lumber company could WHITE lb. MEAT $89
be seriously impaired if their sawyer, millwright and debarker BACON 430 LOAF 3 .Loaf
operator were all called for the Jury at'the same time.
Kraft. Quart JaMAYONNAISE
Also inexperienced juries are subject to being exploitedby Ea r .
a "smart" attorney who might take the time and effort to' v590 ,
study their backgrounds, interests:And. even.'w akn sses. Often : CRISCO
in small communities it is difficult to Impanel a jury that is, Duncan Hines (Ass't.) 19 Oz. Pkg,
completely unbiased about a local case. There have been Instances CAKE For )
MIXES
where a'Jury could not be impanelled because all pros. 3 3T lb. *
pective Jurors had formulated opinions prior to the trial. Martha White 3 Tin 59

We wonder if professional Jurors might not be the answerto SELF '
the jury problem. They would have to be adequately paid. RIS NG FLOUR 10: Bag: 99Campbell's Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orders
They could be required to complete a certain amount of training
Chicken Noodle '
in court procedures. They could investigated as to, character Rice -
and integrity.And SOUP, ffiSbT 6. For $lfl I

to insure that they were rot "corrupted"" by opposing OLD FASHIONED:
attorneys or investigators, they could be required/ submit to Nabisco 1 lb. Boa!
lie detector tests at any time. SALTINES "E"
290 RAT CHEESE
Where would they come from? Perhaps many retired people
would be Interested:. Housewives who do not want a. regular t
Job but might enjoy public service. There would be men with lb.
FOLGER'S 690
physical impairments who could not perform. a strenuous job,
but could sit as jurors.
COFFEE,
This may not be the answer; but someone needs to come
up with the answer to a revised Jury system.

John A. Clegg :I TIn 43eI FOREMOST FRENCH


Let's resolve for 1969--"to I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ICE CREAM

LETTERSTO make it beautiful" not destroyit
.
"THEEDITOR Work all together-The 1/2 Gal.
Mayor Commissioners, The FRESH PRODUCE Carton 49
County C. of C. and The ,
County Officials, Churches Iceberg
Woman's Club Senior Citizens .
D. A. V.'s-- The Taxpay LETTUCE Ea 19cGolden
LETTER TO THE EDITORTo ers Association and each of

Citizens of Flagler Beach: us as citizens to make this RipeBANANAS TIDE
Wouldn't it be attractive if the most attractive MINI. .
we had a small water fountain PARK on the Coast. Replacethe lb. :
illuminated with colored sidewalks as now located, JOe Giant
in other small install lighted water fountainIn
lights as seen Size 47'
parks, placed in the center of a circle at the center and Ga. Red
our MINI.PARK in front of beautify this small "MINI- Sweet POTATOES lbs .
our City Hall? Read the"Mini- PARK.' 2 290 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
park" story in the January Issue Submitted By: -
of Reader's Digest. ,Effle Goodwin
Many large, medium and ,. '
small towns in other areas CARD OF THANKSTo ,
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have purchased land, torn those who expressed
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down buildings and gone to their sympathy in so many
much expense to create small beautiful and practical ways
attractive parks.FLAGLER during the illness and deathof 1
.it'']
BEACH, fortu. my beloved husband Harry
nately has an Ideally situated B. Treadyell I extend my rill ir
spot ai Junction of AlA and heartfelt thanks.I .
Highway 100, in front of it's also wish to express my
p Civic Center, being the most: appreciation to Rev. Reynold
traveled area in the town. Hoover for his visits and pray
This can be made most attractive OPEN SUNDAYS8OO : Phone 437-3227
at very small cost. It ers.My appreciation cannot be a.m.- 1OO p.m. I;
has been neglected to the adequately expressed.Mrs. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices U.S. No. 1 BUNNELl. '
Town's own detriment. Harry B. Treadwell Good January 16
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Public apathy Is greater today About 3-THE 'FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., JANUARY 16, 1969
than at any time In our his-

I Too Late tory.We Our ServicemenSGT. PARLIAMENTARY BIRTHDAY DATA

I accept the fact that our PROCEDURES
To
Classify crime Happy birthday this week
rate Is rising much faster ROBERTSON HOME COURSE OFFEREDA to:
than our population that Today: Timmy: Faunt Mar-
FROM SERVICE .
By Russell Kay the value of our dollar is Class in Parliamentary garet Threadgill, John Zysk.
y' steadily depreciating, that juvenile Set. Thomas E. Robertsonwho Procedure was organized
You can make 1969 Friday: Bill Shropshire.
a Happy was stationed at PatrickAir
delinquency and disre- Monday night at the Flagler
New Year if we all sin- Saturday; Louise Hormel
join Force Base Florida has
gard of authority is rampant, Beach School Auditorium.The .
cerely in an effort to restore Eleanor Matherly.Sunday. .
the that the use of drugs is on the been discharged from service Class Is conducted by
sense of values that over and returned to his home In Michael Buckles
the increase, that we are killing the Daytona Beach Junior
years have made this
a Bunnell. Joyce Clark.
more people on our highwaysthan College program on the Continuing :
great and
powerful nation. we ever have In war (-oO) Adult Education Department Monday: David Hahn, Catherine I I.
Somewhere along the line that we have lost respect all SP/4 PARKER IN VIETNAM as a Community Reynolds Sheri Lynn
we seem to have'lost our faith, over the world and seem to Word has been received that Service Program. There will be Hall Montine Maner.

confidence and courage. Instead be going to hell in a wheel SP/4 William D. Parker son no charge for the course which Tuesday: Doug Shelton,
of meeting our problems barrow. But few of us of Mr. and Mrs., Chester Parker will be conducted each Mon Ernie Williams Stuart Rook-
head-on as did our' pioneering appear concerned enough to Bunnell has been assigned day night from 7:30: to 9:30 ett. ,
forefathers and leaders work- consider It our personal problem to duty In Vietnam. He Is at the Flagler Beach School Wednesday: Trudy Cook.
Ing and fighting to overcome to think of trying ot do In Headquarters Company of Auditorium. It is sponsored
their difficulties which were anything about It. 168 Engineer Combat Batal- locally by the Flagler Beach TO WHOM IT MAY
far geater'than we know lion. CONCERN
any Taxpayers Association. :
We all know what Is wrong
today we seek answers from with our country but none of (.0-) Mrs. Mayswinkle a qualified I, Thomas F. Stuckey, will
half.baked theorists, dogooders us seem concerned enought to SP/4 ROBERTSON FOR Instructor of the College no longer be responsible ,for
and self seeking politic want to do anything about it. HAWAII SPECIAL DUTY will conduct, the course. any debts incurred by any
ians., Those Interested In civic 'other than myself.
one
We would rather sit on a bar SP/4 Boyd Robertson son of
Let's stop and count our stool and kid with the bartender Mr .and Mrs. Cordell Robertson affairs and club work are In- /sThomas'F.. StuckeyJan.
change, as, we consider 1969 or watch our televis- Bunnell has learned that vited to attend the classes. 16, 23 30, Feb. 6, 4tp.

and the years to follow. Let's ion or go for 'a joy ride than he Is one of ten men that the -
accept the fact that ,our coun face the facts. Army Is.sending from Koreato

try is in trouble. We may Now we have elected a new Hawaii In February to com- ATLANTIC HARDWARE .
boast of our power, our pete In pistol matches.
President. We hope he will be '
wealth our technology and In- able to solve some if not all (-0-) & SUPPLY CO., INC.4'x8' ; :
dustry but unless
we can fig- JOHNSON COMPLETES
of our problems. Du we planto
ure out a to harness and
way
support him? Will we give INFANTRY TRAININGAn
control these and
advantages his a chance? Will we continue announcement from the Light Luan
use them to meet the serious
to expect our law enforcement Army states that Private Al- .
problems that confront
us,
officers to maintain law bert Johnson Jr. son of Mr. Paneling $3.98
they can become valueless.
and order and guarantee, the and Mrs. Albert Johnson. Bun-
Whether we like It or not, safety of our street and our nell, has completed his ad-
we are a nation divided. We homes while we continue to vanced Infantry' training at MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH Ji

are confronted with hate, distrust underpay them? Ft. Polk, Va. His last week of PHONE 439-2303
and a spirit of revolution Cutting It thin, brother training was spent In guerrilla I.
In one section of our pop r America is YOU and unless warfare exercises. --. ---
ulation. On the other handwe you wake up and come to (-0-)
are confronted with an your senses we can changethe SGT. BRUCE IN .
apathy and lack of under song from "God Bless TOKYO JAPAN v NOTICE
standing that is pathetic.The America" to "God Help Amer N. ,
Sgt. Joseph Bruce a ra
faith, hope and courage ica." Think about it. dio ground specialist with the You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor -
that sustained our forefathers Air has .
Force arrived at Tokyo
his assistant will be in the
in their persult of life, liberty TROOPER BtU SAYS Japan on at two year as or present various pre-
and happiness seem to have signment. His wife'; Sheila cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the .
gone with,the wind. We have RENEW YOUR plans to l leave :soon to join purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personal
entered the era of "Why DRIVER'S LICENSE him there. and Intangible Property, and applications for Home
should I become involved?" DURING YOUR (-0-) stead and other exemptions :
"What Is there In it for me?" t BRTH! MONTH HOSKINS WRITESFROM
TURKEY: Precinct No. 1-Bunnell Tax Assessor' Office. Friday.. February
14 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
SFC Donald M. Hoskins
BUNNELL CUSTOM C KITCHENS sends us a card'from Istanbul, Precinct No. 4ABunnell. Masonic Lodge Friday February

I. : Turkey, thanking the people 14. 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P.,M..
P. O. Box 657BUNNELJL back home for fending ,Christ
107 N. Bay, St. ? Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City Hall Monday February -
*,- mas ca-rda.td.bl. iru
; FLORIDA _(C-o-) 17 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon.

FREE ESTIMATES E-3 TUCKER RECOVERING. Precinct No. 5-A-Parrot Village.. Monday February 17

BAR FIXTURES -- BUILT-IN KITCHENS FROM WOUNDS 1:30P.M.to2:30P.M.
E-3 Martin Tucker has writ-
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS ten to his parents, Mr. and Precinct No. 5-Espanola. County Polling Building Tues,
day, February 18, 10:00 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS Mrs. Leslie Tucker, Haw-

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Creek, assuring them that he Precinct No.. 3-A-KoJ'ODCL White Eagle, Tuesday. Febru-
BARS Is recovering from shrapnel ary, 18, 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
,BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST: wounds and subsequent sur-
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Front gery. He was wounded on the Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek, Community Hall..Wednesday
FINE HARDWOODS right side Of'the Chest duringan February 19 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.

ambush patrol at Can Tho Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park... Community Hall Wednesday -
Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now Servingall Vietnam December
on ,30th.
February 19. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. .
areas In 75 mile rad. of Bunnell. (-0-. )

CALL COLLECT Day 437.3513 v 'Night 437.3928 SGT. BROWN The Tax laws require that you file a return on

EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED*' COMPLETES SERVICEA Personal and Intangible Personal Property regard-

letter from S. Sgt. JohnA. less of- the amount before April 1st and I am re-

.----- Brown states that he Is re- quired to'assess a ten percent penalty upon your
-... turning to the home of his failure to do so. .
parents In. Orlando after
I completing his tour of duty All applications for exemption must also be
I II Flagler County Insurance I II with the Air Force. filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is

(.0:) open from 8 :30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 P. M.

I SGT. WATSON LEAVES to 4:30 P. M. and we will be glad to assist you, if
: Agency, Inc. FOR FORT BLISS possible.

I I II Sgt. Gary Watson left Wed-
I '. Ai!l Forms of Insurance nesday for Ft.' Bliss Texas Respectfully,
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where he Is presently assigned D. R. MOORE ,
Blvd.. Phone 437-3171 I with the Army. He had com- Tax Assessor
X05 East Moody -:- Jan. 9 April 3 ...
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pleted 'a thirty day furloughat
: 1 nmell!\ Florida 32010 home after 19 months in
Korea. He is the son of Mrs.
I'J,!FEFIREAUToCASUALTYBONDSI George M. Moody of Flagler .

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S BY Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Florida
MAlq ; Business In 48 Statutes,' Chapter 193.201, as amended by'' the ,

EBMM mmf 1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee, or .
Hours Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment .
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HAVE NORTHERN
ABOVE AVERAGE \ This application pertaining to Florida Stat

Ma BUYERS WAITING utes 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricultural :':'

RETURNSWe UNITED BUSINESS BROKERS Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and

921 Volusia Avenue has no relationship to the County Zoning of land J.
Pay Postage Both Ways use. ,'
Daytona Beach Property owners must file this applicationeach :j
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.... -. January first and April first so that the County
X> dl Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application ,

/ .. O. F. ALFORD for Agricultural classification.
. 'n-:. .-t. -' 3 Registered Application forms are available at the Tax

Assessor's .
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TJluns.. JANUARY 16. 1959In ANNUAL SPRING LOCAL METHODIST men, women, and youth are
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PLAN TO ATTEND planning to attend from the

MISS BLAKELY HONORED AT SHOWER FASHION SHOW REGIONAL MEET Bunnell Church.

DATE IS SET Flagler County Methodists Several,cars.,from the Flag.
attend the ler Beach.) Church are also

1 The date, February 20th, has are planning-meeting: of the Bishop's planning to ,attend:. ,.
;J been,set for the Spring Luncheon regional' Convocation for Florida '" .
/ and Fashion Show, to be Methodist Laity i '4r. and Mrs.'. William II.

," ',' held at Fellowship Hall of the. United evening The meeting Newsom of Gretna, La. announce .
Sunday
; United Methpdlst Church in the birth of a daugh
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7 m., Janua
will be held at p
Flagler This affair- is
Beach Kathleen Elaine.Newsom
the Jacksonville ter, ,
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41r sponsored by the Women's ry
born Dec. 15 at West Jeffer
Society of Christian Service Civic Auditorium. Hospital.
and this will feature The program includes Rev. son
year She weighed six pounds-
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Dr. Ed Kimbrough as speak
fashions created by members.
at birth.:
The er Bill Mann as gospel singnine ounces
luncheon has become so ;
popular that it will be by reservation er, and "Minnie Pearl" of the Mrs. Nina Porter' formerly
Bunnell living
now in
Grand Ole Opry fame, as a of
with Axel
only Mrs.
: / Gretna, La. is the paternal
Johnston chairman' of that personal witness.
a.'hk L committee.MRS. Minnie Pearl (Mrs. Henry grandmother.

) Cannon) is a member of the
Methodist Church in Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kah-

COOK,HOSTESSTO where Bishop James W. lert and young daughter, Dana

) Henly served as pastor before Noel, of, Athens, Georgia are
U. D. C. MEETING of his parents, Mr. and
f: : ",f he became Bishop. guests
AND LUNCHEONMrs. Rev. O. F. Taylor of the loMrs.. A. H. Kahlert of the Milton -

cal Methodist Church said Motel.
H. T. Cook was hostessto '
the :Joseph E. JohnstonU. TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet ::

H D. C. Chapter Thursday fora us help beautify Flagler
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luncheon and meeting. The CLASSIFIED County. Large variety of ever.

.i affair was held at her home, greens, palms, hedge plants.
175 St. Augustine Boulevard, ADVERTISING miles S
I Miss Margie Lee Blakely, (1), February bride elect, was St. Augustine. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc
QI5th
complimented at a bridal shower Saturday. Standing at the Members present were Mrs.Z. "-- &! LOVERS try 'something -

refreshment table with the honoree is her mother, Mrs. Lee G. Holland Jr., Mrs. Walter
interesting in Tri-Chern
Blakely. Cody, Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr.,

Mrs. C. H. Cowart, Mrs. A. B. ____- __ 00.1 liquid embroidery...._..1>.'......11..Can. be
SHOWER Forming the centerpiece for Johnston, Mrs.. G. E. Allen, Sr., CAR FOR SALE-1965 Pontiac u;::>It'U: on yun..n.cu&.T every.;

the refreshment table were Mrs. M.. C. Strickland, Mrs. Tempest, 8 cy. R and H., or thing Day time classes ar

\ COMPLIMENTSBRIDE white mums and lighted tap- Gene Knight, Mrs. S. W. Allen, pick up payments. Call 437ranged at your convenience.

ELECT ers arranged in crystal hold- Mrs. Floyd Tingley, and Mrs. 7159. Jan. 16, TF For Information call 4392490.
ers. Dainty finger foods in M. B. Fuller. Joining them for Jan. 16, 23, 2tc.
Miss Margie Lee Blakely, colors in SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
pastel were arranged the 1 luncheon were Mrs. C. G. FOR SALE-1 bedroom house
whose marriage to Mr. Robert crystal trays.Presiding Varn and Mrs. Layfleld, both fields Installed; Rota-Roter $550000: 1 bedroom 2 bathhouse
Hillman will be an event of at the coffee of St. Augustine. snail shell. Reasonable prices. $8500.00 Corner lot near
February 14th, at the First Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
Mercer. Mrs.
service Mrs.
was the business
During session pier one half block to ocean.
United Methodist Church of .
Rosely Cameron and Mrs. O.. plans were made for the Dis $1- Assessed at 1200000. Also
Bunnell, honored at
was a
miscellaneous shower Saturday F. Taylor presided at the tract Workshop Meeting which Ford Wagon extra good condition -
VACUUM CLEANER
punch bowl. Mrs. Deen and'Mrs. will be held in Bunnell
on 29500. 2 large
rugs
afternoon. The affair was Parts and service, any make,
Cobb greeted the fifty March 7, with the local Chapter $10.00 each. Call 4392317.
given at the W. W. Deen any model. United Vacuum .
the
home, 806 East Moody Boulevard guests who called during as hosts. Committees were Cleaner, 921 Volusia Avenue, Jan. 16, tf.'
afternoon. Keeping the guest also for the .
with, Mrs. Deen, Mrs. book was.Miss Patty Hlllman' which appointed will be a luncheonand meeting Daytona 'Beach. ,' Fla. Phone FOR SALE-Mobile ,home,
and Mrs. H. C. 255-6431 Dec. 12. TFC
Cobb Ray Mercer hostesses.A sister of the bridegroom. business session.Mr. ___ 10'x55', 2 bedrooms, fully air-

color as scheme of Guests included. Mrs. Lee SINGER zig zag-1968 model conditioned, wall carpet, 2
yellow Blakely, mother ot the bride months.large awnings, new drapes.
and white carried out in and Mrs. John Price, used less than three
was elect and Mrs. Louis A. Hillman Must be seen to be appreciat
the floral In the Birmingham, Alabama' and Guaranteed. Makes button.
arrangements
J' which en- of Dayton, mother of Mrs. Dena Fears of Richmond, holes, blind stitches and ed.. Call 437-382O. Clifton
opened
suite.rooms were the prospective bridegroom.Mr. Virginia are visiting with Mrs fancy,stitches without attach. Webb. Jan. 16, 23. ,''2tp.

George H. Carter, Lambert ment. Pay balance of $43,00 FOR SALE--Heit Deluxe .,3

Mrs. Harry Atkinson and and Mrs. Charles Stach- Avenue, Flagler, Beach.CALENDAR' or 6 payments at $8.00'a pickup,, electric guitar, 4500.

sons Mickey, and Boyce, have urski had as their house month. For more information, Call : Itc
t 4392301.. .
returned home after a visit guests several days last week without obligation call, De- .. ,

with relatives and ,sightseeing their brother and sister in.law. OF land 734-0018' between 900, to FOR u5ALEt: .poat 'j.1)'all .
In Clinton Md., Arlington, Mr. 'and -Mrs Anton Leonart. .jl.: 5:00.: After.5:00: ,734..2195-TFc.. "Mastercraf *-.:for '14' 'qt. .i6'

Va.. ,and Washington D.'\Ci of Hollywood/Florida.: "" EVENTS. Fishing Boat "Al" rondltlonl. f

They were houseguests. of Thursday (today,."January 16 LOT FOR SALE-80x112 ft. $100.00.: 439-2O72 -:.<_*,f-JLtp::
and Mrs. Leslie GoodingIn waterfront lot, Lehigh Street .__
Mr. ,
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Mr. and Milton Wett- '
Mrs.
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Clinton. They also visited Venice Park, Flagler Beach.: HELP WNTED"Interview$1200.00. :
stain had their houseguests ;
I with Miss Clare Atkinson, Mr. during the as holiday season, Hall. 7:30: p. m. at City Margaret Givens, er 'wanted for pact-time telex

and Mrs. Wilfred Dierkies and Broker.' Ph. 4392035. phone survey work Give
their son in law and daughter,
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John Atkinson. They accompanied .. Mr: and"Mrs. Ron Kaplan and ; Flagler Community Nursing Dec.. 26, Jan. 2, 9. ,.16, 4tc phone number. Must'haVe,priK
their uncle Alex At- vate line. Not a selling Job."
kinson of Charleston, S. C. on two',children of Washington Council meeting at 9:30: a. m., J A MAN WANTED. Unexpected Air mail ,letter Including edj%

the trip. D. C. at the First United Methodist change causes vacancy in ucatIon, work experience ancL

-Church of Bunnell.. Bunnell. Splendid opportunity, names of references to: Amer-*.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ed. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Weth- (-0-) year-around income. For de. Ican Research Bureau Field;
erington and children have Friday, January 17 tails write Rawleigh FL-360. Staff ;
wards and daughter, Susan Department. 4320v.Am';
returned to their home in Du 401, Memphis, Tenn. 38102.
Jane, of Woodbury N. :J. left Parents and those interestedin mendale Road, Beltsville,. ,'
last' Thursday to return to pont after residing in New Flagler Beath Scout Troop Jan. 16, 23, 2tc.' Maryland' 20705." Itc.;

their home after spending the Smyrna Beach for the past six 495 are urged tojattend.: meet ,
months. Mr. Wetherlngton is ing with scoutnjaster Wayne
holidays in Bunnell with his
mother, Mrs. Rubin Edwards.Mrs. a member of a New Smyrna Edwards at 7:30 p. m.. at the
School Faculty and will com- Flagler Beach Recreation
mute each to work. The
< H. H. Murray, Mrs. C.'B. day Building.
King. Dr. and Mrs. Allen Reynolds children will attend the local (.o-:* /

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh school. Sunday. January THRIFi

Morgan and Mrs. Leona Flagler County* Methodist

Knight, attended the Child Mr. and Mrs. Bion Matherlyhave Invited to attend ,Regional ( )
as their house guests, of the' .
ren's Home Society of Florida meeting Bishop's Con ,
banquet at Oceanside Country Mr. and Mrs. Henry Matherly vocation at the'f JacksonvilleCivic i

Club at Ormond Beach Mon. of Louisville, Ky. They plan' Auditorium. Outstand- eutea'a44 ]\

day.,: to spend the winter in Pal.. ing speakers, gospel singers,

metto, Florida before return- and Mrs. Henry Cannon '

., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Park. ing to Louisville. ("Minnie Pearl") Will be pres-

er have as their houseguest, ant to give Christian Witness.

their son, Reginald Parker ,of Mr.. and Mrs. H. H. Murraywere (..o.) "-
Ft. Meyers. in Douglas, Ga., the past Monday January,20 ..
I weekend attending the 50th
Inauguration Day
Mr. and Mrs. wedding anniversary celebra
Bud Henry .
Bunnell Commission
.. tion of his sister and brotherin City (
will have their this
as guest ''
meeting at City Hall, at. 7:30p. ....
weekend,former resident, Jim law, Mr and Mrs. M. C. m. : ;;; :. :.j

my Knight of Neptune Beach. Johnson. (-0-) .....: .
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Auxiliary .meeting. l
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meets at Civic Center for bus.
iness meeting at 7:30.: Everyone saves at THRIF-T and :everyone can use itl! !
; t, w,0 Famous .
andElectric (-0-) pressure-spray gives:your car a I'Jonglastin'g.I

Refrigeration : Service Tuesday.'January 21 I lustre" '. .' leaves it like "!'Yf.again. Cascades'of !

: Water Senior Citizens meet at the warm, soft water used in 'washing and rinsing are
Pumps
Flagler Beach Recreation Hall '
at 1:00 p.: m. combined with' miracle-like cleaner that dissolvesange'rous

Hot Water Heaters. ., (0.) rust, salt and oxidation. New,cars;'washed ,J
:...1/, rOil : "
Bunnell Masonic Lodge No. regularly with THRIFT scientific formula do .needto
: : ; .not
Heaters 200 meeting at. 7:30 at the
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,: : ;>> ; waxed polished everl! Come 'out ..
Masonic Lodge ,Hall, ,So. Bay on ...-i,'
Fedders Air Conditioners. :Street *V A' J. and! try'lt. ., __

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SALES INSTALLATION: SERVICED: .:. : Wednesday The, Flagler#January,,Woman's 22 Club I AMY'S' LAUNDRY,& CAR,WASH

Old Haw Creek" Road ). .nembers w, U haye< a, "Inter US 1 't') ,.
theV' BUNNELh'I
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5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TIIUBS.. JANUARY 16. 1969 SHRINE CLUB Shultz. Ceremonial Activity: Scott appointed George M.

FROM OUR FILESr Tom Holden chairman Moody Tom Holden and Z. D.
COMMITTEESAPPOINTED George Wickline Carlton Car. Holland to the Audit Committee -

When The Tribune moved It's office recently we found pho. roll. Transportation: Henry and asked that the auditbe
tographs that had been used In a feature "Citizens Scott George English John C. sent to Morocco Temple by.
of
Tomor.
row- published'.In The;Tribune in 1949 We decided 'Ho.iiry'' Scott President of the lllce George. Moody. ,the latter part of January.It .
many' of out' readers could Identify to see how Flagler County-'Shrtne- Club The club voted to send $150 %vas announcedJtha;! there
The these youngsters Qf yester appointed committees' for the 'f their contribution to the will be: a Divan dinner meeting -
year. answers: are at the bottom of the page.rMU year at Thursday-night's din. Shrine Crippled Childrens anddance< at the Armory

< tier-meeting at Malphurs !:es. Home in Greenville. S. C. St. Augustine, January 31. ...
taurant-' > On tHe Crippled ';::ott announced that he had Dr. Re'Jdln ,Britt St. Augusti"o -.
Children!' Home Committee: .. communication from Mrs. was a visitor at the
I George Wickline, chairman' Mike Steflik, chairman of *!1'" meeting. "
John M. Canakarls, M. D., Flagler County Recreational
Floyd Tlngleyi Membership: Advisory Committee in regardto
Started In 1938 with 8
Carlton Carroll, chairman, Levi a public meeting of the Recreational members ;
the Florida Public Relations
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Bra>nnam, Ernest Prough. Advisory Committee
Association ended
Ways and Means: Z. D. Hol- to determine a major recreational -
1968 with 500
land, chairman Floyd Ting- project for both professional,
public relations practitioners
ley, Clarence'Shultz.' Housing: youth and adults In Flagler '
members. It is the ,
as largest:
P. A. Edmonson, chairman County The meeting will be
of Its kind In the
Stanley Novak, Z.t G., Holland. at the Flagler' County CourtHouse group. country -
Program: Stanley' Novak February 10 at 8:00: p.
chairman Ernest Prough, Z. D. m. Scott urged the club to attend -
Holland. Sick and Visitation the meeting. CARD OF THANKS >>, '/;
L. H. Drady chairman, Tom Levi Brannam announcedthat
Holden Hayworth.Gore. Wills, the dub had received a I would like to thank all :for
Requests -sand Gifts: Charles Thank You note from the the prayers visits and cards
Rockett chairman, Gilbert Shrine Crippled Childrens sent to me while in the hos-
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Frank Hayworth Gore. Hos- Home thanking the club for pital.

pitality: Levi Brannam chairman the Christmas gifts which the Florence Norcross.
Z. G. Holland Clarence club sent to the Home.

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P The Bunihell/ 'Girls Varsity made their eighth straight win Tuesday night when they defeated

ALLSEAT3RESERVEU Keystone Heights by a 48-24 score. Shown above standing from left are Pelorcs? Bass Wylene,

4" J$4.OO-$3.OO-S.OO, Home, Colleen AKjfcker, Kay Ferryman. Jeanne Higginbotham, Ruby London Brenda Townsend. ;: :/
'1 Tax Included ... S Lula Jones leeSteflik rom left '.
Y .9 H ? -.13 Geraldine vRoblhs6n"Marlan- '- ;'kiieel1ng >are-Becky4.Durr ;

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FLAGLER JANUARY 16 1969
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I with Key to the Scriptucs' .

'. I.I'UAI. AU'I'I'TI'OI', !' 13 II'N'r 1 attorney, LELAND B. SHAW P by tary Baker:: Eddy Is
l O. Box, 296, :Bunnell. Florida.anri CHURCH the following: "Life Is eternal.We .
lie the original o
answer or
<" IN TIIM CIRCUIT roUllV FORt pleading In the office of the III I should find this out; andbegll'1
FI.AI.LEU COUNTY, KI.OKIVAHK Clerk) of the Circuit Court of the demonstration
UA. rln,Tler ( NEWS ,
ounty Florida on or
NO. 4S4 IMV. U -eof. Let13
PATSY RUTH OWEN before the 10th day of February. Iii.0 the shape our
IMalntlff. t')9. If you full to do so. an views of exlstance Into loveliness .
order of default will be taken
GEORGE VII.KEMI'EH OWEN ncntnnt! you for 'the relief demanded .Itd.! .. .....:: freshness and continuity -

Defendant< In the complaint.MATMsr of Israel rather than into age
at Bunnelt. FlaKler" be to the people a
civil ACTION "
NOTICE OK NiriT: NO rountv. Florida this 3rd day of Weekly, SermonRev. memorial for ever." Joshua and blight.
IMIOI'IIUTY January 1969. 467. Christian Science services
TO GEORGE KEMPER OWEN OPOPOFJ M MOODY Clerk. :
whose residence In unknown. .-"..-utt -ourt. Flagler" County Oliver F. Taylor Pastas and Sunday School are held

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIKIKI Florida BAPTISTS In this area at 11 a. m in
> that an action for divorce (Official Seal) Bunnell First United PLAN of Scientist
First Church Christ
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nan been" filed asralnat you. and Emery STUDY COURSE
you are required to serve a COpy 1.ET.DANDI13. Clerk. Ormond Beach 100 North
of your written defenses. If any SHAW Methodist ChurchMEMORIALS Mrs. Wllda Hargett. Adult Halifax and First
Drive
to It. on the Pla attorney.whose P. O. Box :96 ,
name jltt'd:: la Bunnell. Florida 32010 Department Superintendent, Church of Christ Scientist

NICHOLAS A. .OKOnOE.; of OS- Attorney for Plaintiff. announced Sunday that there Beach. 137 Live Oak
SINSKY & GEORGE 500 N. Jan. 9. 16. 23. 30, 4tc. Daytona

Florida and file the original LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. orials which are purely secular course on "The Gospel of
with the clerk of the above atyled ------- -
I court on or before February'' iv THE. rotrivTVIl JI'nn.-" but within the church Isaiah". It will be held four WSCS PREPARES
3. 1969: otherwise a Judgment rnt gm "'L. nl : COUNTY. from 5:00 to
may be entered against you for FLORIDAIN there are memorials which Include Sunday evenings : BANDAGES FOR
the relief demanded In the complaint : itoiiATR NO. HTI: God as well as man. 6:30: at the First Baptist
IN nn Estate! ornAPHA" NURSING COUNCIL
or petition. ,L STURMAN. Every Christian needs to be Church of Bunnell.
WITNESS hand and the
Real of the Bald my Court on December Deceased.' keenly aware that there are The instructors will be Reverend Community project; for Flag-
NOTIC'l-3: u.< FILING PIJTITIOVAIJMIIVIMTHATIIIX : ler Beach will be session for
30. 1968. a
relationship with God
OEOKOE M. MOODY FOR 'INAI. 1)IMCiiAItGE 01" special : C. W. Barnes Reverend

Clerk Circuit Court and man which Involve re Shelton Brooks and Brother II. preparing cancer dressingsand
(Seal" ) NOTICE Is hereby given that rolling bandages for the
Tty: Kathryn I* Emery" I have filed my final returns as lationships of a particular religious H. Murray. The first class will
Aa Deputy Clerk administratrix: of the estate! of nature. be held this Sunday. January19th. Flagler Community Nursing
Jan. 2. 9. 16 and 23. 4tc. RAPHAEL STURMAN. deceased Council to be held on Thursday
: that I hare filed my petitionfor In, the book qf Joshua anile Books are available t9
23 at 9:30 A. M.
.... UA.. AIVEUTI! KMKNTl'ICTITIOfM distribution and for final discharge those who take the course. January :
of stones were left by the
.. and that on 31 January at the Fellowship Hall of the
---- -- "The study course is not limited
QR9. 1 will
apply to the :Honor River Jordan as a memorial toGod's
:! NAME STATUTE able T. K. McKnljfht. County United Methodist Church.
to adult Sunday Schoolmembers'
AFFIDAVIT Judge of Flagler County. Florida care and concern for the South Daytona St., Flagler
FICTITIOUS NAME for approval of said final people of Israel as thev cross. Mrs. Hargett said
JOHN Beach.
M. CANAKARIS. M. D. returns and for an order of dis- "But. invite
whois
we anvone
STATE OF FLORIDA tribution and ed into the Promised Land. Together
for final
discharge
COUNTY OF FLAOL.ER interested in learning aboutIsaiah" All women interested are
as administratrix: of the estate the people of Israel
On this day personally appeared asked to attend.
of 7'Al'HATJL STUKMAN. deceased / .
before me. an officer duly shared.with God an intim"te

atihtorlzed to administer oaths. Dated: 7 January 1969 relationship ''signifying religious
JOHN M. CANAKARIS. M. D.. DORCAS CLASS
/Margaret S. MarshallAdministratrix.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE '
who first being. duly sworn deposes significance.
and MEETS WITH MRS.
The names says of: all the persona Jan. 9, 16. 23. 30. 4tc. Human nature involves us SERVICES JANUARY 19

Interested In the bualnesa con- I.EOAL i.DVELtT1SEMKNTNOTICE. .: .: in the necessity of marking "The '''gift of God is eternal MATHERLY MONDAYMrs.
.. ducted under the foregoing, fictitious Blon
---- Matherly was.
name and the extent of OF INTENTION TO significant events In our lives. life through Jesus Christ our
the Interest of each of them In IlKGIMXRU FICTITIOUS NAME Therefore we memorializethose Lord.." hostess to members of the
said!! business la aa follows: In compliance with House Dill close Dorcas Class of the First Bap
NAME things which are This from Romans, Is
No. verse
1175.
Chapter 20953. LAWS of
JOHN P. A.M. CANAKARIS. M. D., Florida. Acts of 1941. as amend est to our hearts Shared lives the Golden Text of the Bible tist Church. Mrs. Essie Thompson

INTEREST ed. the undersigned will register and events lead us to memorialize Lesson-Sermon titled "Life"that County Demonstration
with the Clerk of the Circuit '
.100% Agent was guest speaker us
Court In and for -'a. person or an event.'
JOHN M. CANAKAKIS. Flagler Coun- will be read in all Christ
ty. Florida upon receipt of proof In the ing diets as her subject.Mrs. .
These'
M. D.. P. A. are significant ian Science Churches this Sun
By John M. Canakarla. !or. D. of publication of this notice the ongoing of the church Edna Kendall presidedover
President following fictitious name: process
Sworn to and subscribed be- Toronto itorl Court 1820 8. Atlantic "What do these stones mean day.Among the business session. Mrs.
(A located( at Flagler. related passages to
Tore served refreshmentsto
me this 10 day of December. Matherly
? these stones shall
1."8 S. Beach.. Florida under which (I) to you be read from the Christian thirteen
fSeal" ) will engage In the business of guests.
Wilma A. Brock operating a motel and that the --
"Notary Public undersigned Is the only person
My Commission expires: interested In said business. I
March 27. 1971. Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this r II
Jan. 2. 9. 18. and 23. 4 to.L.ROAI 13th day January A. D. 1989. I
Joseph R. Cramp )'
(Masales Motor Court) ;
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Parts" under which we are now r.'I... : l .. _
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of automobiles sale of f;;,. '"'\\It'.. \. : '''r t '''''' .:....." j.t.
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/a/ :TV. J. Gardiner" & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

.Attorney 708u. S. Beach for RAid Street Registrants 710-12 Lemon St. ,. :;: :' .

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Plaintiff Gall Laura Morris 437.3233 .;. ,, :

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TO, : LUTHER HENRY WRIGHT
Residence 'Unknown .Tii"t an near as your I < :

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?-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE
THURS.. JANUARY 16. 1969 BUNNELL JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM


everybody the local caught fishermen fish. Someof were LLJJi1: :: ..... a -\

Miller Teters, with a catch of
25 bass but Gene Hershey
not to be outdone had 28 bass.
Mr. Richard and Stephen
Been, Jax. with 20 drum. Also
from Jax. were Norm Clive
I. and W. Effllnger with an assortment -

of 75 fish with one
trut at 5>/a Ibs. Ell Edwards
i brought in 9 bass and 1

flounder. Coming from Daytona -
I were Norm Bacon and Carl
Robertson. Their catch was 14
bass and trout. Drs. John and %

Neal Williams from Deland WpS7
had 24 blues, 3 trout 3 bass _
FISHING LINEBy and 9 sheepshead. Then com '

Al :Lamb Mr.ing and:from Mrs.Keystone John Hammondwith Heights j4 Jj 'iSA.L& I Lrirg

Week Ending: January 11 15 trout 10 bass to their
credit. Seems Ell Edwards did
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp so well one day came back

the next and did better with
Well it seems the Hong 62 bass and one lonely trout.
Kong flu Has even Invadedthe But the ones topping the record -
Devil's Elbow Camp. Mr. for the week at Bing's f E .
T. A. Eatman. owner has been were Sam Gamce and Bob # t. r /

down with the flu, and this is Bleecher with a total of 125
the first week Truman has bass. w 1.

been out o>( bed, an'd' is not (-0-) ,.

moving at a fast pace. Tru Flagler Beach Pier
man told us the drum and
Photo by Theo C. lloln
trout have been abundant. Clint Mosler told us that if The Bunnell Jayvees won their sixth game of the season, Tuesday night when they beat Hast

Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Woods, you could brave the cold ings Jayvees 48 to 21. They now have a 6-5 record. Shown above standing from left are Leon-
Jax. had 60 trout and weather there were good
over catches of tak- ard King Mark .Strickland' Randy Buckles ,Greg Robertson, Jay Townsend; 'Kneeling are Perry
at 12 lbs. One fisherman from whiting being '
surf Allman, Jeff Taylor James Burns, Freddie Fruits and James Walker. Not pictured are Wayne
the
Palatka had 17 bass, 4 trout en. The current along
2 flounder and 1 drum.0 has been quite strong, in fact Hutcheson and Chip Johnston. '

(- -) 8 oz. being the minimum -
not CARVER JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
amount of weight used
Jack Gemma's Fish Camp -' .
much fun fishing with that :" "'7 "-' +
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We :found Jack at his 'shed load on the line. >< : ..

with his usual cigar clamped
betweeun his teeth and shiv-
BHS GIRLS TEAM
ering while trying to repair

some, of his signs. The word TROUNCES ST. AUGUSTINEThe
from Jack was good catches
of schooling bass being tak Burmell High School

en from the flats. On the Girls. basketball team Journeyed
bridge next to Jacks good to St. Augustine Friday
catches of trout are being' evening and took a decisive
caught. Miss Florence Eby of 40 to 14 victory. High scorers
St. Augustine who has one for the event were Ruby Lon-
spot on the bridge where she don with 18 points and Lula t a
fishes had 22 trout all on live Jones with 13 points.
bait. Jack Alderman Crescent Brenda Townsend did an
Beach tried his luck in the outstanding Job as a defen-
flats 'and had 8 bass then sive player.

went back the following day -dw'

and caught. 12 more. 1968-63 _

Matonzos Inlet and Surf ,.
BUNNELL HICKBASKETBALL
y' '
The beaches and the Inlet

have been almost deserted ..r i ,
. due to the cold weather buta 37 Baldwin Away -L
few who were out did geta
24 St. Joe Away ? _
few bass and a number of 7 _
blues' being taken at the In 25 Baldwin Home

let. 28 Pierson Home Members of the Carver Junior High basketball squad are Jabo Spates John Full wood,

(-0Sing's -) 31 W. Nassau Home Elijah Emanuel. Alvaugh Golden Leroy Jenkins, Junior Smith John Johnson Charlie Fullwood

Fisherman's Resort Early Stokes, oJseph Walker, William Wright Norman Irvin; Wilbert Shaver. The coach is H. E.
Feb. 4 Cres. City Home
At Bings this past! week Blackshear..


I I'I BUNNELL HIGH GIRLS BUNNELL WINS .
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TOURNAMENT
Bunnell Varsity cagers .w
Northeast Florida Girl's took an easy win over Hast.
OVER ,
21 MODELS x '- ;": Conference Basketball Tour' ings Tuesday night ini J HastIngs -
1a"I nament will be hosted by by a score of 84 to 45.
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Bunnell on February 13-14-15 Nelson
Bobby was high
I at the Bunnell High School point man with 19 points. This

Gym. gives the Bunnell Bulldogs a
QUALITY Teams participating are record of 8 wins
CONn.UCTIONIII'MID'ATI;; against 3
,Clay High (Green Cove losses for the season.In .
? OXfORO Springs) the defending
the St. Johns Conference
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Champions, Bunnell St. Aug. ,
Bunnell and Baldwin tied
are
ustine. Florida School :for the
for ,first place with'each team
Deaf, Orange' Park Pierson
having 'five wins.
CONSTRUCTION and Hastings, Bunnell Girls
Coach Santa Bradley said to- Bunnell plays Baldwin
day. there Friday. It will be a good

r game. .
CARVER LOSES
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ONE STOP I t '
SERVICE TO STARKE To officers and members of

The Carver Junior( High St. James Baptist Church:

.... quintet lost a close basketball
TuiLT'oTi .YOUR PROPERTY OVER, 2O MODELS game to Starke Junior High Sincere thanks appreciation and
warmest to for beIng a
CASH. Walter will build your rww horn anywhar with 110 down you -
Jim
12 SHoaT YIARS If rot ewn.propIrtl.VOtJ.NEED h. flntncM NO you can be au.... that tile fculld.r to Intor.ste4 .In a product of there last Friday night by a kind and thoughtful and .J
TO PAYorncttinfH pyn.nt. score of 33 to 39. High pointers .
th. 11,11., quilltr. gracious too!
@iJ. @ftrr J 9 i I ',for Carver were Charlie From .
Fullwood with 12
and
points
Rev. and Mrs. M. B. Britton
Jim/ Walter, can offer money-saving advantages, too. When ws build flour new John Fullwood with 8 points. "
home, you tell uS where to stop bttildlng. We'll leave the interior unfinished -
lOCATIONS* ...or we'll do more-it's up to you. you do or much of your own interior*
rOUOOTMO
I finishing as you choose and save on labor costs. (Try this with conventional
'Ocala Fla. 32670 financing.) Well even furnish the materials you'll need and finance them along BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOLGIRLS'

3001 South Pine with the ref of the laome. .
St. I When you're ready to build, make it easy on yourself.Build the JimWalter way. j I BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

P. O. Box 954. A, 1 Il(I((! o f ---------, Jan. 17 Friday Hastings oj : Home 7:00 .
Phone 622.8118 nJ : IMWA1nItCOllP. BU Jan. 25 Saturday St. Joe .- Home 5:00:
-/CO'KO. c.-ouagU I (ow w w..Rw1 T Jan. 28 '. Pierson Home 5OO:.
Orlando Fla. Ir=.YMw.w4=. .rrw.trw', : :;. I Jan. 31 Friday Keystone Hts Away
32808 I Feb. 4 Tuesday Fla. Deaf Away 7:00 'I
4540 W. Colonial ADOUSS NAoW' Feb. 7 Friday Clay High Home 7:00

Hwy. 50 West trtY STAn I I Feb. 8 Saturday Fla. Deaf Home 7:00
P. O. Box 15037 by Today 1 (' Feb. 11 Tuesday St. Joe .
4 Call. Write, or Stop ------ ., Home 7:00
Pine Hill ff ,
Send Coupon for Complete Information '---------1
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FLAGLXR TRIBUNE THURS.. JANUARY 16. 1969 Discharged: Catherine Mor- ARTS AND CRAFTS NOTICE OF SALE

.- ris, Miami; Flora ,
Sparkman
PARENTS INVITEDTO COURSE AT BEACH' Notice is hereby given that
Bunnell: Dean Holland, Bun-
SCOUT MEETING HOSPITAL NOTES AArls and Crats> ,.cou Dupont and Gordon of Bun-
,. ( 1t1.enJ.'l\- arUyn Ormond ; < Tsesponsored1by
FRIDAY NIGHT ; Admitted h Fraser..SullivanJC: BbactibJ.' ti bytnbriSmith Doleyj ;t. :t I.> :; / ,.Daytona Beach IJu'iSrCollege .<.LQ, _JI, Florida, Flagler County,
Parents and those Interested ? h as been sold to Roy Gordon.
Flakier Beach; Margaret Fu- Bunnell; Reginald Cramp, l is being taught
in the Flagler Beach Scout er, Flagler Beach; Peri Knight, Flagler Beach; Wayne Edwards at City Hall at Flagler Beachon All goods, wares, merchandise,
troop 495 are asked to attenda Sanford; Ruby Repcik Flag- Flagler Beach; Baby Monday afternoons from 1 equipment and fixtures of said
meeting at the Flagler. r\"J lor Beach}'" Joan Atkinson. 'fell 1. .Baker,.vOfnfond: \: Diana, to. 4 p. m. ,. business in Bunnell, knownas
Beach Recreation Halt on Fri ?tSrilUn, Ca.; Rebecca Lee, Bun- ,Snjfdcr.Bunhell! ;!:.Ruby. ':Rep. Alberta H ncKen. Jn- Dupont and Gordon will be
day January 17 at 7:30 p. m.. nell' ; Laura Elaine :Murray, ell, "Flasler Beach;; William 'stuctor,' Invites ':visitors to known as Gordon's. The ef-
Scout :Master Wayne Edwards Bun-n-ell: Dean Holland, Bun- Repcik, Flagler Beach; Bea drop in to observe' what the fective date of the transferwas .
said today. nell; Milton Wettstain, Flag- trice Nelson, Bunnell; Ada class is doing. If they are Interested January 1, 1969.
Scoutmaster Edwards took ler Beach; Raymond S. Smith, :Mae Duggan and baby In enrolling Mrs. Roy Gordon
over the management of the Bunnell; Debra Moses, Bun- daughter, Bunnell; Lillian Arnold Hencken will be glad to discuss .
Troop on January 1st. nell St. Augustine. the plans of the class. Jan., 16, 23, 2tc ":" ./k.:w"- r

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