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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 23, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 NO. 5 THURSDAY. JANUARY 23. 1969 __ ________ __ ----$3.50--A- -YEAR---- ':
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COMMISSIONERSGIVE NATLIE: HANNAH OUR PRESIDENT FLAGLER BEACHCOMMISSION ,

: OKAY TO PASSED AWAYTHURSDAY

SEWER PROJECTBunnell A. M.' BUYS PROPERTYThe

City Commissioners Mrs. Natlie ,Hannah. 45, Flagler Beach City
Monday night signed an authorization West Moody Blvd., Bunnell Commission purchased 550 :'; j
for E. M. Dawkins, passed away Thursday mornIng feet of property, east of Highway \

Engineers, Orlando, to ,pro- at Bunnell General Hos- AlA in the southern sec
'.'.* ceed with the final design for pltal after a lengthy illness. tion of the city, to be used for

";Jjr'i':""'' the city's proposed sewerage Born In TIppah County, beach entrances and runways

."fjt; and, water system. Miss., she moved to Bunnell when they met Thursday
;i,:' t,;, The commissioners agreedto 10 years ago from Crescent pay the engineering firm City Florida.; She was a mem- chased from D. F. Fuquay for-
$20.OOO now and the balance ber of Veterans of Foreign 2200.
of $32,000 no later than Nov. Wars Auxiliary Post 5213 and The commission also:

:r''r' : 3, 1969. If final payment isn't the Bunnell First United ADOPTED a resolution. con.
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v,.'4.. made by that time the city Methodist Church. senting to dredging entrancesto
. .;{ will pay 7 percent interest on Survivors include her hus' all canals of Palm Vista

.>.:: the money, retroactive to July band Mark Bunnell; a Subdivision into the Intra-
.. 1. daughter Mrs. Doris McNeil, costal Waterway; and recom-
In other business, the commission Memphis, Tenn.; two sons mending the application of
: Tommy Robertson and James Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duensing

i', .,. INFORMED Odell Suggs, Robertson, both of Bunnell; ; developers of the property, to
: .' Bunnell, that he has until her parents Mr. and Mrs: Ras the Corp of Engineers for the
\' Feb. 3 to remove the top floor Drewery Tippersville, Miss.; drc' "In<7 to be granted.

,'; ,*. of a building which he owns two sisters Mrs. Marie Tginer APPROVED removing 26
,. '"; : on S. US Hwy. which has and Mrs. Jane Rowland voters names from the registration
'':?.(. been condemned by the city. both of Memphis, Tenn.; and books.C'RANTED .

AGREED to close roads: In two brothers, Benton Drewery' permission to
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., the old Bunnell Subdivision Walnut, MIss. and Arnold City Librarian Miss'Dorothy
', near the Colony Park -Subdivision Drewery Falkner, Miss. Homans to purchase books for
4rf:", at the request of Tom Funeral services' were at. the library amounting to 43.

'' Holden' owner. Holden told the 10:00 a. m. Saturday at Bun- 04.ADOPTED
commission he would grant nell First United Methodist a resolution de-

',:'' t the city an easement If one isH. Church with the Rev. Oliver I'I -.. dermining the water main
,\ needed in connection with theil.u' Taylor officiating. Intermentwas v"" prolect In Ocean Palm Subdi-
Richard M. NixonRichard vision was completed and set
proposed sewerage program. at Eden Cemetry, Crescent -
HEARD letter' from C. H. Feb. 6 at 7:30 p. m. as the
F a City. M. Nixon Is the thirty-seventh president of the
t Coulter, State Forestry Dept. Pallbearers were Tilman date for equalization hearing.
United States. Noonatter how we voted in November, and Nixonran
In, regard to a letter of welcome Robinson D. H. ,Cobb, J. T. INSTRUCTED the City ,At.
a poor third, in Flagler County, he is now our president.We torney to prepare resolutions
,, which the city sent the Whitaker, Ben Sparkman
,. department. The' letter Inform Cliff Thompson, and Frank need a strong;president who will act effectively''.in both domestic i-ni Memoriam to Harry Tread-

v ed the commission! that' Gautler. and international affairs. And, we must support him even well, Charles Charon, George

I, George Williams of Jackson.> Craig Funeral Home, Bun- though'we may riot always ''be in agreement. Moody, Sr., all former city

ville will be the district for. nell was in charge of arrangements Retiring President Lyndon B. Johnson has given almost unprecedented commissioners; and Mrs. Anne

ester in Bunnell. cooperation to the new president in making the Fuller, wife of Mayor Herbert
AGREED to ask permission > -(,. transition of office from to another and to Fuller.
.. "J : one> man one party USSED
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1 t J. : DID zoning control
J;. of Lewis Wadsw'orthtQiJ1ril1ii' ; !.Dna-ANA'-RESTAUBANT ,: ;> : '
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another. Both nren,, even though political o ponent'J.--bole..t.. ),, -'5outslde'city limits.DISCUSSED .- *-
water test wells on his prop-. ., k.
be commended for the high type Americanism they'pave, exhibited installing flash-
DAMAGED BY FIREA
erty north of S. R. 10O. ;
since the November: elections. ing warning light at the In-
fire at the Dixiana Res. tersection ,of Hwy. AlA and
TAXPAYERS ASSN.
taurant at 106 St. State St. in Moody' Blvd."BAREFOOT. "
DAV TO ATI'ENDDIST. the mayors post.
PLANS BIG MEETING ,
Bunnell early Tuesday morn
Terms expiring 'are com-
'Mrs. Francis Kleinman, ing' caused several thousand MEETING 14 missioners Howard Lerch, MAILMAN"WALKS .'
Florida State Committeewoman dollars yin damage to the '
; George Wickline, Keene Gur- "
will be the featured speaker ,building.. The fire was reported The, Jim Booe Chapter No. nee and Mayor Herbert Fuller. BEACH ?
at the Flagler Beach Tax. at 2:30 '
a. m. 86 of the DA V'held Its regular THRU FLAGLERAlbert '
Association meetIng'- Fire Chief :
payers According to Roger -
meeting at the Flagler Beach Qualifying deadline for the
Monday night January, : 27th Edwards, the fire started in The : B. Harris, Jr., a letter. )
Recreation Center. regular
election is Feb. 11 iat 5
. according to H. R. Hunt pres the attic of the restaurant open was held under the direction Qualifying fee is $36.00 p. m. carrier from Homestead, Florida
was'caused electrical wir- walked barefoot the
ident. by of the Senior Vice. on
Mrs. Kleinman has Just returned ing in the ceiling near the air Commander, Walter Wilklns. City Clerk Helen Nolte stat sandy beach thru Flagler this
from Washington conditioning unit. ed the city's registration week. He spent londay nightat
! where she has participated in The building Is, owned by Calton Jones of Bunnell was books wil close at 5'p. m. Feb. the 'cottage of the Edgar
the inauguration activities. Tom Diamond and is leasedto ,accepted into membership. ruarv 3. Residents may register Frasers In Painters Hill.

She will relate her experiences Mr. and Mrs. Nick Marticos. Plans were made to attend at the City Hall..Absentee Tuesday he continued his
in Washington as well as outline the District VI meeting to be ballots may be obtained from way south on a barefoot beach
to the ,association how FORMER RESIDENT.. held at the Alibi Steak House the City Clerk after February walk that will take him from
'r they can work effective with In Holly Hill on Sunday after Jacksonville to Key West. The
government in making pro DAISY P. NELSON noon, January 26. A roast beef 11.MRS. Journey was started to win a .

gress in our community.Mrs. DIES,IN MIAMI ,'dinner, will 12:30.be served All disabled begin. FLVET.1-F. J Jr bet with some" of his co-
Lloyd Mayswinkle, par. ning at : workers.
llamentarian who Is conduct. Daisy P. Nelson 85, former veterans and their families RITES SUNDAYIN Harris, the father of five

Ing, the parliamentary procedures resident of Flagler County, will be welcome.: children, says the trip is quite
course sponsored by died Saturday, January 19 A Florida State flag has MCINTOSH interesting and that he might

the Flakier Beach Taxpayers at Miami. been obtained' from the Sec. memorial service was held write a book about it later. ,
Association will also be pres. She is survived by a son, retary of State for the Flagler 'ast Sunday afternoon in the
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James Lester Deen of Miami; Beach Elementary School and McIntosh Methodist Churchfor AlA RESTAURANT 1
ent.The meeting will be held at a daughter Mrs. Thelma Waiter will be presented in, formal Mrs. Valentine B. Flew-

7:30 p. m., Monday, January Flagler Beach; four grand. ceremonies at a later date.It ellen. 93, who died Jan. 16 in OPENS NEXT FRIDAY

27th at Flagler Beach City children; seven great-grand, was decided to make a the Ocala Care, Center 'after a Mrs. Ruth Miller announced ::
Recreation Hall. Mr. Hunt em- children; and two great great donation of $10 each monthto lingering illness. today that AlA Restaurantat
phasized that the public Is invited grandsons. the YAC organization for Mrs.T":'""'vellen .r""s the Flagler Beach would reopen .
to attend. He stated that Graveside services were held its use in youth functions. Tether 't Mrs. Bob 'Jones of on Friday January 31st.

he would be glad to see some Wednesday morning at 11:00at : Selected to serve on the Gainesville and the "'rr.d- Mrs. Miller.said that they had
people from Bunnell attend Hope Cemetery. The Rev.' Nomination Committee for the mother of Jim Camp of McIntosh been closed recently to do
the meeting. Charles Anders officiated. new slate of officers to be pre b"*h former 'residents, rather extensive remodeling .
Craig Funeral Home, Bun sented at the April meetingwere of Bunnell.Dr. of the restaurant and motel.
GLISSON PAYS nell, was in charge. George Reed, Chairman; R. E. Rutland., pastor of AlA has specialized in sea-

FLAGLER VISIT John Lutton and Theo Heln. the Mclntosh'Church and onetime food for man years. So many i
DIST. COMMANDER District Superintendentof have called them to
State Representative Jim Harold Higglnbotham was people
Glisson of Lake County visit. SPEAKS TO appointed as DAV representative the Methodist area includ- find out when they are goingto
ed in Flagler County Wednes LEGIONNAIRESFifth to attend the special ing Bunnell officiated at both open that they have placedan
the memorial service And" the
day on- his way to ,St. ,Augustine meeting of'the Flagler County advertisement in The Tri
to attend a meeting there. District Commander'B. Recreation Committee. private Interment which preceded bune making their opening. .
Glisson said he would be A. Blots Deland 'was the it. announcement.
back in Flagler County to attend guest speaker at the American A resident of McIntosh since .
the public hearings on Legion Post 115 meeting BARNES QUALIFIES 1893. she is also survived by TIDE TABLE .

legislation being requested by Monday night at the Bunnell another daughter. Mrs. J. Reed Tides For January 23.29 ...
or individualsfrom Civic Center. Commander Otis FOR CITY ELECTION Bateman of Fort Pierce; a son HIGH LOW
organizations
Magee presided.. W. B. Flewellen of Hastings; '
this county. Eustls. Plans were completed for C. W. Barnes has qualifiedas and two other grandchildren Day A.M.. P.M. A.M. P.M. -
Glisson is a young in the 12:01 12:18 6:06 6:30 .
the annual oratorical contest a candidate Flagler and four great-grandchildren. 23 : : : :
madehis :
chiropractor who the Bunnell Beach city election Tuesday memorial fund has been 24 12:54: 1:12: ''700; 7:18 .. .
by
being sponsored
first bid in politics by State Post. The contest is slated ,March 4. Barnes ,was the only established in Mrs. Flewellen's 25 1:48 2:00: 8:00: 8:12 t :. .
elected to the Florida Thursday Feb. 6 at unnell ,candidate who' had qualifiedat name at the. McIntosh 26 2:48:: '3:00: 9:00: 9:06: -:
Legislature last November. Buck presstlme. .* ". Methodist Church for friends 27 3:42: 4:00: 10:00: 10:00: '
High School. Mrs. Victor .
Glisson is the first Republicanto Flagler les is chairman and Walter Up for election are three who wished to contribute In 28 4:46: 4:54: 10:54: 10:48 .
ever represent Creal is co-chairman.: seats on the commission and lieu of flowers. 29 5:30: 5:48: 11:48 11:36
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mitt! Ylugirr IDribUt1tINCORPORATED THUHS.. JANUARY 23. 1969 i-THE
Entered aa second! class matter
February 6. 1913. at the post-
IIUNNFLL H1-.OIIIUA office at Bunnell. Florida under
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Act of March 3. 1876. MATIC
"' ,_ JOHN A. CLEGG _. ._ MIRRO '
,'j"S4 l:: "' Editor and Publisher lee I*.r Copy COOKWARE SET

.. BETTK S. :McDANIEL One Year .S3.3O,,
News editor Six Months ....?........T?.'*" P ,TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT OUR STORE

....ln.teil newspaper for .n Outside Flakier County MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1969
Legal Advertising ...00 I'er Year BLANK-
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COLLEGE IS FOR EDUCATING-NOT PROTESTINGDo MIRRO MATIC Address .._-'---........................................................

of some you of ever those get college the feeling protestors that you and would tell them like to a thing get hold or 10 pc.Teflon Cookware Set .,'._...._.....__u......................................................... ..

two? .
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Would you like to tell them that the reason for going to U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"
college is to gain an education-not to use their college for a

forum for left-wing protesting? BOTTOM ROUNDor
9S
Would you like to tell them that if they do not like what ROAST. .Ib.

they find. at college-the courses, the teachers, the regulationsthey RUMP
are free to move on somewhere else? .
'
And, wouldn't you like to tell them that they are a very ,
TOP
U. S. D. A. Choice "BUTTERFLIED"
small minority of students who are disrupting the education of .

a great host of sensible and orderly students? 109
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And wouldn't you like to top it off by telling them they are ROUND. STEAK lb.
so wet behind the ears that they are often duped into belong
stooges for Communist, efforts to disrupt American society and

they are not yet mature enough to realize it? U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
And, (finally, wouldn't you like to tell them that it is our
hard-earned tax dollars that pay for their state university education -

and, if they don't like the education we are giving ROAST Ib 53
them practically free, they can feel free to go to Cuba to attend
the University of Havana and see how they like it there?

What do they protest? A right to have a say in the hiring ,
and firing of teachers. The right to publish college magazineswith
obscene four letter words. The right to pose naked. for col. Western SELECT Small Meaty (WESTERN)

lege magazines. The right to appear nude in class while read. '' SPARE RIBS
BEEF LIVER
ing poetry. 1M .11 .. I
The right to bring Stokely Carmichael on campus fora lb. lb. SSe
public lecture.,The right of inter-visitation. between men and 48e
women students in dormitory bedrooms. The right to use LSD -

and other forms of drugs.
What is the answer to this mounting disruption of education -
Lean Western (Center Cut) "LOOKALIKE"PORK
'the university and police
on college campuses? First, give
officials the authority to deal firmly with protesters as well as

the "guts" to act firmly and positively. CHOPS lb. 83Lyke's
Second, our lawmaking bodies should remove from the .
laws those "loopholes" that permit the courts ,to "sanction" the

protection of these so called "righs of free expression". .
Third, remove the federal government from interference in ''
"Suffa Creek" ((43c Each) Herman's "PURE PORK" SMOKED
administrative and policy control of our universities. We see '

enough governmental interference in our secondary school systems FRANKS 3 Pkga.. $119: SAUSAGE lb. 5ge
that you sometimes wonder why they even permit us to

have school boards.
Fourth, we must do a better Job of rajslner the students we .van gelrine; SWEET No. 21/2 Can

send college.. Each of them had parents, neighbors, churches, POTATOES For
local governments and civic organizations b cJt' homethat Influenced ". ,2 49C COLD POWERGIANT }

them to make what they are'when"they get to college.' O'Sage No. 2i/2 Can ,
It is not enough to resign ourselves ,that we live in an age lb"
of protest, >unrest and rioting. We must use our efforts to changethe PEACHES 2 49C
present trend before our democratic society is destroyed. 47"SIZE
John A. Clegg Hunt's No. 300 Can

Fruit For Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
billard room-called the 'COCKTAIL 2 4ge or more

Place-a grand ballroom, arts
Too Late and crafts room, lounge and SPAM' '
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L his or her exercise and sauna r49*
//L I rooms. Outside is a heated OLEO
.To Classify salt-water swimming pool Big Roll ,
SCOT
and sundeck for non-swim' Each
By Russell Kay TOWELS 29CDIXIE Pound
mers. There are two small
.. 1 1 O
There seems to be a space heated whirlpools, with per. (In Solids)
rare on. I'm not talking about manently.mounted card tab

our trying to, see who can les in the centers where .. CRYSTAL
land on the moon first, it has members may sit around the Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
to do with the space right perimeters and play cards or SUGARS
here on earth. The problemnow just relax.

seems to be to try and .,. A gazebo for band, entertainment
locate as many people in a or receptions overlooks 5 Bag 37e
FOREMOST
limited space as possible. the large pool. At one FRENCH
Those vacant lots we expected side of the club are facilities
to see homes built on for shuffleboard, lawn bowl. 1 with $. .OO or more food order ICE CREAM
are now apartment and condominium Ing and putting green. Planned .
sites where hun additions include a bowl-
dreds of people will eventual. ing alley, auditorium, cocktail % Gal.
ly be housed. And you find lounge, other meeting rooms FRESH PRODUCE CartonKEEc 49"
them everywhere.Most and a gymnasium. There Is
of these high-rise a lighted promenade along '
buildings are designed to provide the seawall overlooking Boca
CARROTS$
2ForGreen
as many living units as Clega Bay, whose waters completely 25c
possible, plus a small lobby, surround Bayway
shops, recreation rooms and Isles.
perhaps a coffee-shop jammed
BA
Future construction at Point
together on the ground fioor.'PolntBrlU lb..
: Brittany will be other medium ONIONS .2 .
ny IsFlw.lda's and high-rise condominl- 29e
first such planned' communityand 'siuauiirede uapl1r.3 'swn Ib.
PUB
the developers have puta town houses, an exclusive California RedGRAPES 3 Tin 7e'

million dollars Into the shopping mall, executive golf .

entirely Point Brittany separated Resident's from Club the, course and marina. lb. 23c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

With a total of 460 acres, ,
main condominium buildings.
At the present time the Point Brittany and Bayway
Isles offer about
just everything
condominiums consist of a
could ask for
anyone
V.shaped 44-unlt building
from the standpoint of better "
and a ten story, SO-unit con.domInium
living with plenty of space for
is under construction -
scheduled for completion. any a Jv1ty.

in April. 1

The Resident's Club, instead J COMPLETES COURSEAT
of being a jumbled, DBJC > Ir

crowded section on the main Ralph E. flarbert and E. C.
floor of the residential units,
Is housed in a separate buildIng Holly; both of Flagler Beach,

designed by decorator-de have ,completed a specializedcourse .. OPEN SUNDAYS
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signer Sandy Paula. It Is Individually in water and sewer 3OO ,Phone '437-3227

styled..and decorated plant chemistry at Daytona.. a.m.-1:00 p.m U.S. No. l"BU'N"NJ.Lj.
t and includes a pool and Beach Junior College. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Go
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Would YouBelieve
Examples of taxable andnontaxable
I HELPFUL TAX BOOKLET income and of allowable .
and uonallowable deductions -
NOW AVAILABLE
I Included. A detailed -
; are
Jt. (Happened In FlagU
L A ? ,- "Your Federal Income Tax." index helps pinpoint
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answers to tax problems.A
1: a 160-page booklet on Federal
; : 10 YEARS AGO taxes, written in layman's special feature in the.
i. sample, filled.In
language, is now availableat booklet is the
Mrs Eileen Maszk of Bun- most Internal Revenue tax return, Form 1040, keyed
____ .tp nell was elected 'presidentthe of Service offices throughout to; pages In the booklet
l Daytona Beach Legal Sec- Florida, according to A. J. O'- where explanations can be
k, retaries. Donnell, Jr., district directorof found lor the entries on the
--I' (-o-) Internal Revenue. return.

Raymon Tucker was elected The booklet, also knownas The booklet may be obtained
FF chairman of the Flagler County Publication 17, covers In from the Superintendent of
School Board at their i re- detail the Federal income tax Documents. U. S. Government
5 organizational meeting.0 laws as they apply to Individ Printing Office Washington,
(- -) uals. It contains many exam. D. C. 20402, at 60 cents a copy.
County School Superintendent pIes to illustrate how the laws
Deen Holland was named .
to actual situations.Mr.
County"Drive Chairman of I the! apply Nestled in the heart of Flor
Donnell said the material
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.O'
of Dimes. beautiful fishing
March. 'Is especially helpful to ida's most
-r unusualtax grounds is the state's newest
20 YEARS AGO taxpayers who have Loaf
Sugar
for those community.
situations, or
The Bunnell Girls Bask tax Shores, located Just north of

.... .. ... ..."'--........... --;__. .. .. ... ..v... _I teers lost 30 to 18 to Pierso lem.faced with a new prom- Key West..
HOT LUNCH? Florida's occasional cold snaps don't daunt mother Elissa Cowart scored 11 potnts
ornamental gaslight provides warmth for her and Betty Babbitt 7. Othe
mocking bird. The
brood as well as light for the "people" family she's adopted. Kathryn playing were Hamilton Betty, Muzyk Nazh, I' ATLANTIC HARDWARE

Trad, Maetta Durrance, Joyce

Mildred Durrance, Joyce Martin ,.and a SUPPLY CO., INC. >:.

OPENING Carter.0-) 1 r

The Flagler County Chamber 4'x8' Light Luan : ,
of Commerce received it's

FRIDAY JAN: 31st official charter meeting.and, held their first: Paneling $3.98 .f;

(-0-)'
George Wickline was elected MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH II'
chairman of the county
Commissione PHONE 439-2303 I
A1A RESTAURANTFLAGLER board. County
were E. A. Hunter, R. T. Haniltoni -
Walter Cody and Lewis
Wadsworth.
BEACHHOURS (-o-) NOTICEYou

30 YEARS AGO .

: 11 A. M. to 9 P. M. Planting conditions were not are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror

the best due to lack of rain his assistant will be present in the various precincts -'
(CLOSED ON MONDAYS) for several weeks, but farmerS on the day and hour shown below, for the

were planting their early potato of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland

crop. (-0-). purpose Intangible Property, and applications for Home-

Cabbage was being shipped stead and other exemptions:

from many fields and growers Assessor Office Friday February .
Bunnell, Tax
Precinct No. 1-
about $18
receiving '
were
14 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
t to
a ton, which was expected .
THRIFT return a fair margin of profit t. Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell, Masonic Lodge Friday Febru

(100-), ary 14 1:30 P. 'Mto 2:30 P. M.
The ,Orange Grille, In the>
Holdem BuUdingt.9n US, Hwy Precinct No.. -Flagler Beach, City.,Hall, .Monday' Febru-',- --
& 1 1, opened under managemen ary 17 9:00 A..M. to 12 Noon. .

V of E. S. Morris. Morris had Precinct No. 5- -Parrot Village. Monday February 17.

been with Inland Commerce 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
7iI'f Company here for several
/ears. Precinct No... Espcmola, County Polling Building, Tuesday -
(,,0.) February u,'10:00 A. M. ,to 11:30 A. ,M.Precinct .

s Efforts of a group of Flag White Eagle Tuesday Febru
3.A-Xorona.
\ No.
residents to secure
ler County
'Crescent 18 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
canal from ary.
( !! .- ", ;' jake a barge to Flagler Beach were Precinct No. 3--Haw ,Creek Community aiL Wednesday,

tearing realization. Engineers February 19 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
were sent to Flagler by the
Wednesday
4 St. Johns Park Community Hall
ederal government to make Precinct N -
,4. a preliminary ,survey of the February 19 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. -

route for the proposed canal file return on
that a
laws require you
The Tax
,
Bunnell engineer
J. B. High,
regard-
\, Personal Property,
lad reported ,engineers and Personal and Intangible
,to .amount before April 1st and I am required -
heir families were moving less of the ,

and ,everyone ,can use itl! Junnell and would begin to assess a ten percent penalty upon your
Everyone saves at THRIF-T : vork. failure to do so.
gives your car'a "longtastinglustre" { OoO(
be'
; must also
Famous pressure-spray for exemption
': again. Cascades'of A. C. Rodgers was elected All\. applications
it like new Office is
leaves Assessor's
Tax
board,, 1st.The
April
and rinsing, are; c airman,pf the county filed\ before M.
wed in 'washing and 1:00 P.
Noon
warm, soft water Which had more new mem- from 8:30 A. M. to.12:00
miracle-like cleaner that dissolves before in thestory open will be glad to assist you, ifpossible.
combined with bers than ever to 4:30. P., _M.._ and. we '
ccirs washed Boardmembers -- -
salt and oxidation. Nevi. ( ,of the county. :
dangerous.. rust, needto were A. G. Thomp-
regularly with THRIF-T:= scientific'formula' ; do.not on. K. W. Lord, D. B. Rob.erts Respectfully,

be waxed or polished ever! Come on out and. K. K. Knight. D. R. MOORE, .
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(-O )
Assessor
and try it. Jan. 9 April 3 Tax

ADDRESS 40 I YEARS AGO ,.

AMY'S'LAUNDRY & CAR WASHAT Mr. L. F. Wadsworth ,and .
family of Hawthorne, Florida. '
US 1 BUNNELL had moved to Flagler Beach .
ATTENDANT ON DUTY and were occupying the 1101.meS' NOTICEPursuant
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house on Central Ave. Mr.

Wadsworth had purchased set forth in Florida
Price to provisions, as
interests of ,
turpentine the
Flagler Beach.0 Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by
KITCHENS & Son near
Lessee, or
Owner,
BU. .NELJC.USTOM (- -) 1967 Legislature, each property
Assessmentshall .
P. O. Box 657 1929 Honor Roll Agent requesting an Agricultural
107 I'(. LAX .St. ." First Grade: Elizabeth fill out a prescribed form.
UNNEIfLORIDA Padgett Carol pertaining: Florida Stat-
legg., May This application
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ESTIMATES Rodgers, Sonny Germack,Rus.sell utes 193.201 is ,specifically a request for Agricul-
FREE Thompson, Henry Mikul- Tax Assessment purposes and '
.. KITCHENS > tural Zoning for
BAR FIXTURES BUILT-IN ka. Bill Burnsed. has no relationship to the County Zoning of land
Harold Tes-
BARBER STATIONS Second Grade:
AND
BEAUTY SALON CLEANING COUNTERS ton, Frances Stafford, Jennie use. owners must file ,this applicationeach
DRY Kazak Leonard Property
AND Lottie
LAUNDRY ,
Ikula Tax Assessor, between ,
Shelving Williams to the County
and Adjustable Szambelan, J, D. year r
Office Credenzas BREAKFASTBARS: and Curtis Deen. January first and April, first, so that the County
VANITIES the
consider
BATHROOM Agricultural Zoning Board may ap-
Front
Laminated Plastic Upholstery plication for Agricultural classification.
HARDWOODS F. ALFORD forms are available at the Tax ;
_ FINE O. Application I, .
within 15 working days., Now Serving Registered Assessor's' Office. v ,
orders filled DONALD R. MOORETax
Most of BunnelL
all areas In 75 Day mile 437-3513 rod. "'Night 437-3 28. Real! Estate" 'Broker Assessor. "' ;. \-:...

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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUR3- JANUARY 23. 1969 COUNTRY CLUB CALENDAR OF Ave., Bunnell.(-0-)

LOCAL GOLFER TAKES DAYTONA SALLY WIN- CABBAGE PLANS ANNUAL BALL EVENTS Flagler Beach TaxpayersAssn. ; !
meeting at 7:30 p. m
Country Club members Thursday, Jan. 23: Flagler In the Flagler Beach Municipal -
planned their 19th Annual Beach Methodist WSCS com Hall. .

Cabbage Ball at a special munity service project pre

meeting Wednesday morning paring dressings and rolling MRS. MURRAY

!j nt the home of Mrs. Sammy bandages for Flagler Com HOSTESS ATIDLEWOOD

Bertha. The event will be munity Nursing, Council at MEETINGMrs.

March 29 at the Bunnell Civic the Fellowship Hall of Flagler Remley Murray was

Center. Music will be provided Beach Methodist Church. hostess at the Idlewood Club

by:, Danny High and his (-0-) meeting Tuesday night at the

orchestra. Flagler Beach Public Library home of Mrs. J. T. Hargett,
Members planned a Bake hours: 2:00.5:30: : p. m. Tuesday Lambert Ave., Bunnell.
3 i Sale Friday, Feb. 14 at 9:00a. : Thursday Saturday.The The devotional was given

m. in front of the Bunnell library Is located In the by Mrs. W. W. Deen.

Post Office. Municipal Fire Dept. building. Mrs. Dale Brown, president .
Mrs. Charles Strickland and Homans Is li
Miss
Dorothy appointed Mrs. Dave Per
Mrs. Vlloice Raulerson were
brarian. ryman and Mrs. W. W. Deen,
welcomed as new members.The ( )
.0' Cancer Drive cochairmen.Mrs. .
next regular meetingis Friday,. Jan. 24: Woman's : Brown was named del
Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 8 p. Club Games Party at 7:30: p. egate to. the Flagler County
m. at: the home of Mrs. Charles
clubhouse 1524 S.
m. at the Recreation Council meeting
Cowart. Central Ave., Flagler Beach. February 10.

(-0-) Mrs. Tom Lenssen, social '.
CHURCH
FRIENDLY METHODIST CIRCLE Monday: Jan.' 27: Lions Dis- chairman!, discussed club activities "
trict Governor Joe Gilarde for the ensuing
COLLECTS CLOTHING
will address the Flagler Beach months.
Members of the Friendly
Lions Club at a dinnermeeting served
hostess
First The pie and
Circle of the Bunnell ;
I at 7:30: p. m. at Rogers coffee to 8 members.Mrs. .
United Methodist Church are
Restaurant. S. Hwy.. A1A.
Dot Webster Wins Fifth Consolation Flight collecting used clothing (-0-) H. C. Miller, formerlyof

:Miss Dot Webster nurse anesthetist at Bunnell General childrens and adults-to families be Royal Neighbors meet at Bunnell now living in Daytona
distributed to needy 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Beach visited In Bunnell
Hospital for the past five years, won the Fifth Consolation the
the Golf Tournament in Beach irf county. Herbert Allen, 902 N. Railroad Sunday with friends.
Flight at Sally Daytona this Plans for the clothing drive

past week-end. The Sally is a forty-year golf classic that Is heldat were made at a meeting TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet -

Oceanside Country Club in Daytona Beach. Thursday night at the home [CLASSIFIED t us help beautify Flagler

Miss Webster has been playIng golf only two years. Last of Mrs. Oliver Taylor. County. Large variety of evergreens

year she was named most improved golfer at Oceanside Club Persons wishing to donate ADVERTISINGHOBBY palms hedge plants.
clothing are: asked to take it 5b miles S of Bunnell on
where she is a member. She is an associate member of Ocean '
to the old church ,building. U. S.: 1. Feb. 15-tfc
Palms Country Club at Flagler Beach and has played the local Various projects were discussed IQI

course extensively.The during the meeting CAR FOR SALE-1965 Pontiac

Sally Tournament drew women competitors from as 'conducted by Mrs. Ray Mercer Tempest, 8 cy. R and H., or
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far as California and New York with over 120 entrants. Miss president. LOVERS try something pick up payments. Call 437-

Webster was quite happy to win her flight and even appeared The hostess served cake and interesting in Trl-Chem 7159. Jan. 16, TF

somewhat surprised at her accomplishment.She I coffee to .11 members. liquid embroidery. Can be
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
said that she had, made reservations to attend a .med used on practically every fields Installed; Rota-Roter

ical meeting in St. Petersburg .this week-end anticipating that. KORONA OFFICERSINSTALLED CLUB thing. Day at time convenience.For classes arranged -. snail shell. Reasonable prices.

she would be eliminated early in the tournament so that she' your Call George Jarosz 437.3410
information call 4392490.

could leave for St. Petersburg.WOMAN'S n___".__ Mrs. Alex Zyszk,. Flagler Jan. 16, 23, 2tc. 8-1-tf
Beach, was' Installed presidentof -- -
A MAN WANTED. Unexpected -
CLUB DANA NOEL KAHLERT SINGER zig zag-1968 model
the Korona Civic Club at a change causes In
used less than three months. vacancy
dinner-meeting Sunday at St.
CAMES PARTY IS CHRISTENEDDana Bunnell. Splendid opportunity
Guaranteed. Makes buttonholes

Marys Social 'Hall.
year-around income. For details -
FRIDAY NIGHT Noel Kahlert. infant Other officers installed were: blind stitches and write Rawlelgh .'FL-360-'

Woman's Club daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom' John Pawlicki, vice president; fancy stitches without attach 401, Memphis Tenn. 38102.
The Flagler
"Get Acquainted Games Party" Kahlert of Athens Ga. was Mrs. Paul Stanish secretary; ment. Pay balance of $43.00or .. Jan. 16, :23, 2tc.
christened I at St. Stephens; and Mrs. Charles SmigIelski, 6 payments at $8.00 a
will be held Friday. Jan.
CatholIc. Church Sunday, treasurer. month. For more Information FOR SALE-1 bedroom house
24 at 7:30 p. m. at' the club January 19. Club members welcomedfive without obligation, call De- $5500.00; 1 4-bedroom 2 bath

house. Mrs. V. W. Haines, Dana is ,the granddaughterof new members-Mr. and land 734.0018 between 9:00: to house $8500.00 Corner lot near

Ways and Means of arrangements.Prizes Chairman.Is Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahlertof Mrs. Charles Kranski Mr. and 5:00. After 5:00: 734-2195., TFC pier ,.one half block to.ocean.

In charge will be awarded and Bunnell.' Mrs. "Chester "Trancynger and EXTRA INCOME Assessed at $12,000.00. Also

will be served Mrs. Sophie Cejka. OPPORTUNITYReliable Ford Wagon extra good condition
refreshments Moses' Atkinson of Griffin, Special guests'at' Installation man' 29500. 2 large :rugs,
. Proceeds from the event will or woman. No
Ga spent the weekend with ceremonies were the $10.00. each. Call 4392317.
be used for the club's'schol.arshIp selling. Refill and collect from "
his wife Joann, who was a Rev. Father Antonio Leon and dispensers Jan.: 16, tf.
project. new type coin-operated
patient at Bifnnell General the' Rev. Father Walter Bayer.
Highlight of the affair will .1 In your area. We se FOR SALE-Large :frame
Hospital. The next regular meeting Is
"be an "old fashioned sing"conducted t ''Feb 9 at cur locations. Must have car, house sets on 1% acres of
scheduled Sunday
by Mrs. Francis- references, $650 to 2,000 cash beautiful high dry land. 1
I Mrs. J. II. Burnsed of Jack 2:30 at St. Marys Hall.
Investment, for equipment mile
Bishop. sonville spent last weekend from Bunnell. Price $7-
The public is invited. and inventory. Ten hours 995. Owner: 4392287. Forgotto
In. Bunnell visiting her son In .;.MRS. ALFORD IS
weekly can net excellent in-
mention, 40x8O swimming
law and daughter. Mr. and JAX JUNIOR
'( write including phone'num.-
SATURDAY J. Don Alford, the former ber ,to Cal-Ton Supply Com FOR SALE:-SOO pound chest-
and Mrs. Bob French Joyce''' Amelia Wray was type freezer N.
announcedthat pany Inc. 711 No. MagnoliaAve. deep ; $35.00.
Club
The YAC
and son Steve of South Day invited to become a
recently AlA (Little Call
dance Orlando, Florida 32803. Michigan).
they would have tona visited in Bunnell Sun provisional member of the 439.2048 ltc.

this Saturday evening. at the day with his mother, Mrs. Junior League of Jacksonville.Mrs. Jan. 23 1tp. -- --- --

'Social Hall of the United Walter Knight. Alford, a Bunnell High FOR SALE-One 2-bed' room

Methodist Church at Flagler School graduate, was graduated HASTINGS MATTRESS house nice, $5500. One 4-bed-

Beach. John and' Joann, Ellis and magna cum laude from the & UPHOLSTRY WORKS room, 2 baths, '% block from
The dance will start at 8:30 son John of Orlando spent the University of Florida' and Is 71O-12 Lemon St. ocean. 100 ft. lot, $8500. May

and last until 12:00. It will be weekend In Bunnell visiting. working toward a master's de- Pnlatka, Florida tag wringer washer, $35; good

chaperoned and there will bean her parents Mr. and Mrs.: gree In guidance counseling.She Phone EA! 5-9166 refrigerator, $15; Antiquepeer

admission charge. The Walter Morris.Mr. has been active with the :Furniture mirror, $100; antique
Balloons" will provide Upholterlng
"Stone Women's Guild of the Child dresser, $35; antique cherry
music for dancing. and Mrs. Carl Meshey ren's Museum PTA and Or- Repaired & Refinished chest $100; queen size antique

of,Lancaster Pa. are expectedto ,tega Methodist Church, where Mattresses & Box Springs bed, :$50; and other
JOSEPH RUSSELL arrive Saturday to spendten she is superintendent of the Made to Order Also Renovated furniture. Call 4392317.

WEISBERG days at Flagler Beach visiting younger children's division. Call. Laura Morris 437-3233 Jan. 23, TFC''

; Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wels- with Mr. and Mrs. Wale Mrs. Alford Is the ,daughterof After 6:00 P. M. "

berg of Flagler Beach are the ter Meshey Mrs. Howard F. Wray and PRICES REASONABLE TO WHOM IT MAY

proud parents'of a son born the. late Mr. Wray of Bunnell. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED CONCERN
January,16 at 2:22 a. m. at the Recent houseguest at the The Alfords live at ,4647 Just I, Thomas F.. Stuckey," will
a* near
Bunnell General 'Hospital.: W.: C. Robbins home 'In 'Bun Homestead Road Jacksonville as your no longer be responsible for'
Phone
He weighed 9 pounds, 6 nell was their daughter. Mrs. with their two sons. or Post OUJCQ'Dro any debts incurred by any,

ounces at birth and was named 'Fay Daughtery of. Columbia. Us a Card or Call one other than myself.

Joseph Russell Weisberg: S. C. HONORS Free Pick-up &: Delivery /Thomas F. StuckeyJan.

NEWLYWEDSNewlyweds DINNER 16, 23, 30 Feb.. 6, 4tp.a'e .

a Mr. and Mrs.

: Charles Worley were honored

HART guests at a dinner' party Fri.

day evening at Quick and 'Ue
Restaurant at Ormond
Tasty I '
Refrigeration and Electric 'Service Beach. Hosts were Mrs. Wore f
ley's co-workers at Jiffy Food

Stores. : ( .
Water "
1. $
Pumps ;
Joining the couple 'for the :
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celebration were Mr. and Mrs.
Hot Water HeatersOil Johnny Metts Mr. and Mrs. WATCH THIS SPACE

Richard Lerch and Mr. and .

Heaters Mrs.; Jack Clegg. .
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s. ,. Former Flagler Countalns

: INSTALLATION SERVICE Philip Ware and Tom Duncan. '
,
i Jr., both students at University t\\ Land' fn'Sea Fashions .
: ,i.' ; Old Haw Creek Road J of Florid('1 were weekend 1"'lrt't'' '. ."'_ I f.f I .
t) r,, :' Next to Post Oiiice .' :
houseguests of Tom's grand- > 4 rj.Bun ell; Florida :
4t r. ,
'l-. '"'''.' .... De..437.-3698. .... ......._..u.,............. .?,, mother, Mrs. C. W. Duncan at. ,__" ... .. ,-. ..,J' ; .1" .

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FLACLER TRIBUNE TIlUI1S., JANUARY 23. 1969 SMALL INDUSTRY MAKES GOOD IN FLAGLER

-, / : .,/ ,".. ..... .. I$'
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Social ( '.''
Security -tit; ,
FROM OUR FILES I I :; ,.''i7i< : ,':':/P';;"t) ; 4 :
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When The Tribune moved It's office recently we found pho- NEWSQ. : '::, l/ :j.. "; ;.I" <.

tographs that had been used in a feature "Citizens of Tomor .;".; '<"'f' .. $:... .
row" published in The Tribune in 1949. We decided to see how My wife and I both work. j; '; '

many' of our readers could identify these youngsters of yester I earn around $6000 a year, :
year. The answers are at the bottom of the page. and she makes $3000. I am ;Ji-. ..;-S 1 S
told children could not :s
our '".;<..
ri draw sodal security or my
wife If anything happened to -
ii
her because I furnish the ".
+ 1 I main part of their support. Is k u' .

z / this true?

II i A. No. The children could
receive survivors benefits on
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your wife's record if at her "' .Wd'" '"."..r"f.' .. ',; .
death she had worked long __ "}: v.
enough to be "insured", for social .
security purposes ...,
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years ago. Since I was 62 at

the time, I began receiving Edward L. Selph owner of Bunnell Custom Kitchens is pIc-

Yv social security widow's pay tured above in his shop located In the Tingley Building on
ments. If I should remarry, North Bay Street in Bunnell He opened his shop in Bunnelltwo
would monthly benefits
stop? my r years ago and business was so good that he had to double !

1 his operating space.
; A. No, your remarriage
would not stop your paymentsbut Selph became interested in the cabinet business when he
the amount you get nnn" came out of military service. He operated for a while in his ga

1. r$ change. You would receive rage. Then he and his brother opened a regular cabinet shop In .
-- whichever is larger: half the Jacksonville. Later when Selph decided to operate on his own
retirement of your deceased he picked Bunnell as the site of his new venture.

husband, or benefits as the Bunnell Custom Kitchens did all the cabinet work for the
Fri. Jan. 31 thru Sun. Feb. wife of your new husband. new Bunnell Timber Company office building, Metts Thriftway
Q. I have been working part
JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM time for the past 3 years and is now doing the cabinet work In the. new addition to Bun-

L while receiving social secure nell General Hospital.

ity. Is it possinble that my Selph said that he Is not limited to doing business in Flag- ,
FrTrI earnings from, this job will ler County. He has taken Jobs in Palatka, Daytona and Or-
1s increase my benefits. ''How doI lando. He said his main limitation Is qualified craftsmen. He Is

apply for the increase? now operating with one helper in the shop and. one man for in
lt A. Your additional earningsmay
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'- increase your benefits If stallation.Next
time need a new bookcase gun rack, kitchen cab-
they are higher than the average you ,
fY earnings on which your inet, table refinished or any other wookwork that takes a skilled -'
present benefits are based. craftsman go by Bunnell Custom Kitchens and talk to Ed-
.
d. You do not have to apply for ward Selph.
c. r the incrase. The records of all ..

'{1 ,ACTS! beneficiaries who have had Kurt H. Schiaeffler,.
; 33 SENSATIONAL A. Yes. If you have worked Sunday:
additional earnings are reviewed -
FIRST TIME IN AMERICA every year. If an increase under social security for 1'& Joseph Stua Sr.
or more your children Tuesday: Ada Sears Elaine
:Moat Ac. is due you will receiveit years
World's
The
,. claimed SEE Animal Trainer Perform automatically; would receive monthly benefits Vogel Lee Baggett Lucy Muirr.

Fantastic Feats with Elephants Q. My husband and' I, both on your record.BIRTHDAY. Elfie Goodwin.
and Tigers! SEE ThreeS Wednesday. Fred Marks
25, work under: social secure
S Herds of Educated Elephants! ity. We have three young Lois Holly, Celestine Stanisfa..
t, International Circus
SEE DATA
Jean Smlglelskl Linda
Stars and 200 Performing Ani children. I understand that if Carol
J malslALLSEATSRESERygn! my husband should die, the Happy birthday this week to: Phoenix.
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children would get social security Friday: Sally Bartell. Thursday: John Daughtery
benefits. If I should die Sybil Brannam Lewis Smig-
e Saturday: Kim Schaeffler.
34.OO$3.OO2.OO would the .children receive ielski. '

Tax Included anything? ?.4 Teresa., Ann Leggett. ---- ''

,e TICK ETS ON SALE AT r
Hemming Park Ticket Office and
Jacksonville Auditorium.Coliseum
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MAIL ORDERS NOW-
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Jacksonville Coliseum .i :: JANUARY SALE .
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I 1145 E.Adam Sti Fri.Jan.31 8:15PM'S I Ii .J /
,Flo.32202 lF.b.1 10:30 AM' I .
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g-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JANUARY 23 1969 -LFUAL AUV1ItriSENIN'
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IN ANI Foil 'I.AtU.U

,.,,Ui. a. FLOltlUA.I'ltUl 111
M. /A-l'HO No. IMH
BINGO 8:00: P. IN Mia.; Estate of i

\VLLIAoJ.
Deceased. ti .1U ED. "P-- III

I\ )TI.J' OF IMMUIATI2THE
TONIGHT (Thursday ) STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL PERSONS INTEREST* This verse, which Is part ofthe
KI IN TIlE ESTATE OF THE
FREE REFRESHMENTS ABOVE-NAME I) DECEDENT: Weekly Sermon Christian Science Lesson-
You are notified that a writ- Sermon titled "Truth," will be
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL ten Instrument! purporting to be Science
the ht'ltVIII' of the decedenthas read In all Christian
Oliver F. Pastor
Rev. Taylor
-SPONSORED BY- I been admitted to probate In churches this Sunday.
this Court.
Disabled American VeteransJim t You are commanded within Bunnell First United From the Denomination'stext
six calendar months from the book Science and Health

Booe Chapter No. 86 date this of Notice the first to appear publication in this of Methodist ChurchA with, Key to the Scriptures by

I' Court and show cause If possible Mary Baker Eddy, one of the
NO MINORS ALLOWED why the notion of this CourtIn MAN FROM JERICHO to be readis
admitting the Will to probate related: passages
should not stand unrevoked. When Christ entered Jerichohe the folldwing: "The -ques

(SEAL) ) tionWhat Is Truth is answered
... Ulli lJ.IlUlilllljlllllllll!! :IIIII1 i I1111III i III1I n II::1111111111111111111111_ I:III mIl 11"1111111111" U 1I11I11 U I''IIIIIIIIIIJII'Ol T. K. KnightCounty : had an encounter with a ,
Judge, Flagler man named Zacchaeus. Zac- by demonstration

First publication County Florida on Jan. 23. chaeus was the chief tax collector by heading both disease and

lip ON TIMECERTIFICATES Jan. 23 30 Feb. 6. 13. 4tc for the Romans. lie wasa sin; and this demonstrationshows

--- Jew, and he had taken ad- that, Christian healing

ijJ0 LKUAL. ADVERTISEMENT vantage of his fellow country confers the most health and

... IN THE rouNTV: JIIGE'MCOlru'r ''' men .His problem, was deeper makes the best men."

VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3.000-90 DAYS 1"I.oUln"FLAULEIl: COUNTY. than this because he had lov- Christian Science services

COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY IN IMIOIIATK No. 8T3 ed himself more than he lov- and Sunday School are held
IN RE Estate of .
NATIONAL ed God in this area at 11 a. m. in
RAPHAEL STURMAN ,!
BANK Deceased. There are many people In First Church. of Christ, ScIen-

Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada ATOTH'H FOIl: FINAL OF FILING UIXCIIABCSE!' I'ETITION OF the world today who are modern tist Ormond Beach, 100 North

-Ormond Beach. Florida AIJMINISTIIATIUX! day men from ,Jericho. In Halifax Drive, and First

NOTICE is hereby given that Church of Christ Scientist
''I have filed my final returns as our affluent world It Is tempt-

administratrix of the estate of ing, to love our material pos- Daytona Beach. 137 Live Oak

!:: lllllllllllllllllllllllllttlllli1IIIIIIIIIIiIIiIIIIIllllll: lli'IIIIIIliillll' I)11I11111III) !! RAPHAEL; that I have STURMAN.filed my petition deceased sessions rnpst of all. Selfish Ave.

for distribution and for final dis- desires and'so lal pressures
...-:.;A I. AIVEUTI.!' <.;M I-N TIN and file the original answer or
pleading in the office of the charge and that on 31 January entice men away from God, TO PLAN SUPPER
TIIR CIRCUIT COURT FOIlFLAGLEIl of the 1969. I will apply to the Honor-
li.ti Circuit Court of God
back
to
able Zacchaeus
COMMUNITYCHURCH
T. K. McKnlght. County came
FLOHI-
COUNTY. FlHgler County. Florida, on or
DA before the 10th day of February. Judge of Flagler County. Florida through Jesus Christ and
PA""*E NO. 484 I>IV. D l'HI i;9. if you fall to do so. an for approval of said! final his of life. When GUILD
AT3Y RUTH OWEN order of default will be taken returns and for an order of distribution changed way
Plaintiff. against you for the relief demanded and for final discharge Zacchaeus did the desires of The Ladies Guild of Flag-
v In the complaint. as administratrix of the estateof with God ler Beach Community Memo-
GEORGE: KEMPER OWEN DATED RAPHAEL STURMAN deceased God his relationship '
at Bunnell. Flagler
Defendant. << changed. rial Church will complete
County. Florida, this 3rd day of
CIVIL ACTION January. 19S9.GEORGE Dated: 7 January 1969. still have for when they
NOTICE OF SUIT NO /Margaret S. MarshallAdministratrix. Today 'many men plans a supper

PROPERTY Circuit Court M. MOODY.Flagler Clerk.County the stains of Jericho in their meet Thursday, January 30 at
TO: GEORGE KEMPER OWEN. Jan. 9, 16. 23, 30. 4tc.
FloridaOfficial to be 2:00 at the church. The
whose residence is unknown. lives even while, longing p. m. ,
YOU ARE NOTIFI- ( Seal) which is planned for Thurs-
HEREBY By Kathryn: L. Emery LEGAL An"EnTI1'lUENT!" with God. The change supper

has ED been that an filed action against for you.divorce and Deputy Clerk. ---.- ,- came to Zacchaeus can come day. February 6 at the church,

you are required to serve a copy ELAND B. SHAW IN THE CIIICUIT COURT FOR to all. "Today salvation' has according to Mrs. Gilbert Kri-
of your written defenses if any P. O. Box 296 FLAOLKIl:: COUNTY' FLORIDA -
to It. on the plaintiffs attorney. Bunnell. Florida 32010 come Luke 19:9. er, president.All .
'whose name and address Is Attorney for Plaintiff.Jan. CIVIL ACTION NO 4O2 members are remindedto
NICHOLAS A. GEORGE of OS- 9. 16. 23. 30 4tc. Division EESTRELLA
SINSKY & GEORGE. 500 N. YOUNG. SUNDAY SERVICESAT attend.

Oleander Ave.. Daytona Beach. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT, Plaintiff..
Florida and file the original CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
with the clerk of the above styled NOTICE Oli- INTENT TO UEGI JOHN YOUNG, ., METHODIST ATTEND
TEn FICTITIOUS NAMEIn Defendant.
court on or before February
"3. 1969: otherwise a judgmentmay compliance with Florida NOTICE OF SUIT CHURCHES JANUARY 26 CONVOCATIONReverend
be entered against you for Statute 865.09. the undersignedwill TO: JOHN YOUNG
the relief demanded In the com- register with the Clerk of 1429 Johnsor.Street "Lord who shall abide in Oliver Taylor
the Circuit Court In Flagler Saginaw, MichiganYOU
plaint or petition. tabernacle? who shall stated there were twenty-nine
WITNESS my hand and the County. Florida, upon receipt of ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thy
seal of the said Court on December Proof of Publication of this notice that an action for divorce dwell In thy holy hill? He that people from' Bunnell United
30. 1968. the following filctltlous has been filed, against you and
and work- Methodist Church to attend
walketh
GEORGE M. MOODY name, to-wit: you are required to serve a copy uprightly,
Clerk Circuit Court APPLIED RESEARCH ASSOCIATES of your written defenses. If any. 'eth righteousness, and speak- the Bishop's Convocation in
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(Seal), to It on Plaintiffs Attorney. "
IJy: under which he Is engaged in LAWRENCE W.'BORNS, whose eth the truth Is his heart. Jacksonville Sunday evening.
As \.ht7nclrmery.Jan. \ the operation of socio-economic address Is 412 North Halifax

2. 9, 16 and 23. 4tci research and design of recrea- Avenue Daytona Beach Florida STATES BANK NO. 407 .
tLEGAL. tional facilities and all other and the I with the :'
file >or gnal .REPORT OF CONDITION OF "CITIZEN"! DANK OF BUNNELL" OF
ADVERTISEMENT:' : : things Incidental thereto. The Clerk of the above -styled' courton DUNNELL IN' THE! STATE OF VLOIIIDA AT THE CLOSE OF
.
address of said business Is P. O. orbefore the 24th day of February 'rBUSINESS ON*DEC. 31, 1968
FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE. Box 726 Flagler Beach Flagler 1969. otherwise a Judg-
AFFIDAVITFICTITIOUS County. Florida'and the under- ment may be entered againstyou
NAME: signed Is the only person Inter- for the relief demanded in I
JOHN M. CANAKARIS. M. D. ested In said business. the Complaint for Petition. ASSETS
STATE' OF FLORIDA Robert H. Burns WITNESS hand and the Cash, balances with other banks, and cash Items In process
COUNTY". OF FLAGLER Sworn to and subscribed before seal of said Court my on this 17th of collection ............_._........._......?._.................._..._........ 9 494078.88
On this day personally appeared me this 20 day of January day of January. 1969. United States Government obligations......_._.__._._..__. 1,709,750.00Obligations
before me. an officer duly 1969. ,GEORGE .;M. MOODYas of States and political subdivisions.._....._.._. 797942.73
auhtorlzed to administer oaths Evelyn Wlnchell Clerk of the Circuit Securities of Federal .agencies and corporations __....._ None
JOHN M. CANAKARIS. M. D'Who Notary Public. State of Floridaat Court Other securities (Including 9 none Corporate stocks). None
first being duly sworn deposes Large. My commission expires /s/George M. Moody Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements -

: and says: Nov. 13. 1969. (Official .Court 'ReILn.J to rese .! _.._. ___.,_._,-.,... ?..-.r-T--.............. None
The names of all the persons Richard A. Schwartz n. 23 .30. Feb. 6. 13. 4te Other loans and discounts ..:::...................._...:.....:..._..?._....?._ 2954759.23:
Interested In the business conducted Attorney for Applicant -- Bank premises furniture and fixtures and other assets '

under the foregoing fictitious 200 S. Rldgewood Ave. t.POCl. "nVF.n""F'NT representing bank premises .................:.._.._..?......_..-...._....?. 112001.34
name, and cthfe of Daytona Beach Florida 32014. Real estate owned other than bank pre lees-....____...... 10375.11
the Interest of them In Jan. 23. 30. Feb. 6. 13. 4te Customers' liability to this bank ,on acceptances outstanding -

'-"IL''M business Is as follows: REqUEST FOR. BIDS ....;.._..._.?_..;.?_._._.__.?.__._.__?._______.__ None
NAMK I.UAL nV"U'I'It.N'", Sealed bids will be received In

JOHN M. CANAKARIS. M. D., the office of the City Clerk of Other assets -.-..,:..." .__40....__..___.__?_._?_.____...__._... 14.8S7J8T6.093.76S.16
P. A. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO City of Bunnell. Florida in the "

INTEREST REGISTER!' FICTITIOUS NAME Civic Center Building until 4:30P. : TOTAL ASSETS ........ _.__....___..?_......._....__.__._.__._.._
:200% In compliance with House Bill M. on the 3rd day of Febru- LIABILITIES '
JOHN M. CANAKARIS. No. 1175 Chapter 20953. Laws of ary. A. D.. 1969.' for bids on the y
M. T).. T'. A. sale of 1959 Gallon Demand deposits of Individuals. partnerships and cor-
"By John M. Canakarls. M. D. Florida. the undersigned Acts of 1941.will as register amended. Variable a Weight RollOMatic Tandem- porations _____L-r--,. __._-?,??_?.?..,??_:..___ 1.44 6,197.21
Time and savings deposits of Individuals partnerships,
l Sworn President to and subscribed before with the Clerk of the Circuit Roller. 3-5 ton with two-speed and corporations .._._._ _._______ 2927594.10'
transmission
Court In and for. Flagler Coun- which can be Inspected Deposits of United States Government _._. ............ ...
me this 10 day of December. -
,: ty, Florida upon receipt of proofof at the City shed. Deposits of State and political subdivisions ::=-. ... .?. =.... l.i36:4r8: .r:
publication of this notice the The City Commissioners reserve -
,
'(Real) Deposits of foreign governments and official Institutions
-'VMma A. Brock following fictitious name: all the right to reject any and central'banks and International institutions................_.. None
"Notary Public 'Toronto Motor Court. 1820 S.. At- bids and to accept the bid Deposits of commercial banks _...__._..?..__._ ..._ None
Mv Commission expires: lantic (AlA) located at Flagler 'that in Its Judgment will be for Certified and officers checks etc _._._.._.._..........._..._.............. 34411.58
t:Jarch 27, 1971. ">- Beach Florida under which (I) the best Interest .of the City of TOTAL DEPOSITS _.___.._.__._.._...::...___ $ 5.544.609.34 .
Jan. 2. 9. 16. and 23. 4tc. will engage .In the business of Bunnell. (a) Total demand deposits _..._._.........__ 2227311.67
operating a motel and that the Witness my hand and official (b) Total time and savings deposits..... 3 317,397.67
undersigned Is the only seal this 20th day of January. : '
person securities ;
E.EQAL ADVERTISEMENT D.: 1969. Federal funds purchase and sold under agreements .
Interested In said business. A. sC.. 'Mayor to repurchase .____, .....___.:;?.:__. .._ None
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Dated at Bunnell. Florida. this / B. Elaenbach. Other liabilities for borrowed money._..........._......_._- None",
13th day January A. D. 1969. ty of Bunnell. Florida
FICTITIOUS NAME
REGISTER CSEAE Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank

As provided by Section 865.09 Joseph R. ,Cramp ATTEST) and outstanding ..... ...._ _.? .._._..-....,_-.................. ...,..,;\ None.
Statutes Annotated fMasaies Motor Court) : Other i.
Florida we. liabilities (Including none mortgages and other ,------
Barbara C. McCabe
the undersigned will register Box 266Flagler / liens on bank premises and other real estate)..._..._;. 49.996.79
Clerk
with the Clerk of the Circuit Beach. Fla. City

Court of Flagler County. Flori- Jan.. 36. 4tr.ADVERT1vEMENT .J nua..3_30. 2tc. TOTAL LIABILITIES ....-.'--.-- 5.594.J08.13
-- -- --
da with proof of publication of -CAPITAL
following ficti- t..-'***!. : LEOAL ADVERTISEMENT! ACCOUNTSa
notice the
this to-wit "A-l Auto ( ) Capital notes and debentures _..__.__ 'None
tious Parts"name.under which:we are now IN COt'NTY JUDGE'S!! COURT NOTICETO (b) Preferred stock-total par value .._.___.._._____._ None
IN AND FOR FLAOLEIl No. shares outstanding- ,- ..
the business of salvage -
engaged of In automobiles sale ofT COUNTY FLORIDA. ) WHOM JT MAY CONCERN: (c) Common stock--total par value _.._..____._... 150000.00
You will take notice that the
IIOBATE No. BOO No. shares authorized-1.500
new and used automobile part undersigned petitioners will on .
and 'IN RW Estate of No. shares outstanding-1,500
'sale wrecker of and used garage automobiles service andwe. WILLIAM H. REED. 3 February 1969. at 9:30: A. M. Aur..ll1s .., ..., -- ,...__.._.__.._._._ 300.000.00
the undersigned, are the Deceased. make application to the Board of Undlvlded'"p1rofl'tT""nini...I _III.._ini ; _____.._ 49159.03
County Commissioners of FlaK-'' Reserve for contingencies and other capital _._
reserves.
only: persons Interested In such NOTICE TO CREDITORS ler County Florida to vacate In ? None

"Favorlta."u..lnellhlch Florida.Is located In All creditors of WILLiAM H. part the following dsscrtbe4' TOTAL CAPITAL' ACCOUNTS _._...__>..____._._._...._..__ 499,159.03'
REKD. who died vn; 27 November subdivision in Flagler County.
/ / THchnrd H. Mathen 1968 while a resident of Florida: TOTAL :
LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS.
Jml Ida Mae Mathen iiirler County. Florida are no- AND ?::__ 6093765.16 .
W. J. Gardiner CHES-MON-ACK SUBDIVISION. -
/ /
I tified that they are required to
of Flagler County. MEMORANDA
for Said Registrants *
Attorney
'e rlxlms
anv demands that
'208., f- Beach Street they have or Florida recorded In Plat Average of total deposits for the 15 ,calendar days end-
P. O.: Drawer 990 In may the Office- against of the his County Estate Book 2, Pages 32 and A-32 Ing with call date _?..._ : .._.. 5.599'075.59
of the public records of the calendar ending
days
TJaytoni Beach. Florida .Titdg of Flagler Average of total loans for 15 -
County. Florin
January 2. 9, 16. 23 4tc 'a. the Courthouse at Bun- Flagler County. Florida, and with call date : ......._ 2.976.172. d
nell. Florida within six all roads and streets thereIn Loans as shown In item7Mot "Assets" re after deducaraarter-

i.N'GAT. ADVF1PTI8WIMFWi'iN : monthsf'r.m th.t. of calendar the first except as follows: tion'of valuation reserves _.- ........._. -.-..***......* 32.706.90None
a. All of Block 9 of said( sub Securities as shown In Items f.2:6-of :"Assets: ; ,
-- publication of thin Notice. Each .
.1..1"1 dennf n'1 hA division.b. deduction of valuation reserves of._..._.._.?? .... ...?.....
n w* frr ronwr PLAOLEII or must In Lots 1-11 Inclusive Block
COITNTV. FLORIDA writing and filed In dunticnte. 8 of said subdivision. I Howell V. Peavy cashier of the above-named bank. do solemnly"
CiViL ACTION No. 4R7-A and must state the place of residence c. Lots 1-10 Inclusive and swear that thlll report of condition Is true and correct to the best'
ANNIE rASWR WRIGHT and post-office addross of Lots 23-32 Inclusive Block of my knowledge and bellet. H.(
,
Plaintiff the,, claimant and be sworn to bv 12 -of said subdivision. Correct-Attest: Howell V. Peavy
VS. the claimant his agent or his d. All of Washington Street:' Tom E. Holden '
LUTHER MENRY WRIGHT attorney or it will become void, all of Lake Shore Drive.' William Lenssen ;, ,
;" \\1 i iy
according to law.DAT.D ,
Defendant. e. Approximately 1200' of ... John A. Clegg
.
. nlVonCp.NOTrfl' J..n. 111. 1989. s' Fern Drive presently In use "" (). F.' Alford ". ,_->,1.J'
'! TO APPEAR Jt.i|1.. H. Harvey.Administratrix and thereafter angling Into -" Lily J. Creal .

TO,: LUTHER HENRY WRIGHT of the Es.t.te : gn. undedicated] road to' the .' Charles E. Creal, '. _
Residence Unknown nf WILLIAM H. f'nu thef\lIt. -, R. ,W Cody. '
YOU AR1 HEREBY NOTIFI"ED n"ET>. Deceased" ,",n.LANDALE PLANTATION, ? directors :
.... ,
.
n. Rhawn. ".
for Divorce
Irl
that a Complaint HJ ;
bas been filed against you and Box 298' v- /../ Roa.":),[. Brown J. :? (SEAL) State' of Florida. County of Flagler.. ss: .:>;
you are required to serve a. copy "" ""''i. Fiori'",. 82010'Atern.y Prf'eldent' '1Sworn to and subscribed before me 'UiI8' '17th da'; ot'Jan.' 1989.

of.your answer or pleading to far Ad'ninistratrl1969rrst < Af4sh i and.1 hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. "
Publication ..Jan.. 23., .. /s/, oille Drown' TSecietary. .
the-; ,Complaint to the plalntltreattorney ; on > Mae -. *,- AUDREY B. MCKNIGHT.
LELAND. B. SHAW. P. Public of Florida at .
Notary State Large.My
Jan. 23. 30. Feb. 6. 13. 4tc
O. Box 296. Bunnell Florida. ,Jan. 23. 30. 2tc commission expires Sept. 12, 1969.




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7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE ,
., THURS.. JANUARY 23. 1969 DISTRICT BASKET

:SPOR.) BALL TOURNAMENT
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(ft COMING TO BHS
NOTES p1 i
The District Basketball ,
WON 2-LOST 2 Tournament will be held in

FRIDAY NIGHT Bunnell this year accordingto
i an announcement made
With four basketball teams Monday by Floyd Lay, Execu-
0
playing last Friday night, tive Secretary of Florida High
Bunnell won two and lost two School Activities Association.
games. Augustine Friday evening.The The tournament will bring
The Bunnell girls took a de. Bunnell Varsity Girls 9 boys teams to Bunnell. The
cisive win over Hastings witha will meet St. Joseph Girls In three day tournament will be
score of, 67 to 19. Bunnell Saturday afternoon held February 272829.
: The Bunnell Varsity Boys at 5 p. m.CARVER Coach Jack Hall Athletic
Journeyed to Baldwin to play Director, Bunnell High School
the game that would decide SWAMPS said that would be a real
who leads the Conference. PALATKA JR. HI' break for Bunnell. Many peo-
Baldwin won 56 to 42. The Carver Junior High ple would follow these nine
: The Bunnell Jayvees, also basketball squad took a decisive teams.
.
'..a fiy" lost to Baldwin by a 30 to 40 victory over Palatka Coach Sarita Bradley an-
score. The recently organized Junior High Friday night bya nounced last week that the
+ eighth grade team played Del. 64 to 28 score. High point girls tournament of the North-
tona eighth graders and won man was Leroy Jenkins seventh east Florida Girls Conference
19 to 9.GAMES. grader with 26 points. will be held in Bunnell on
oZ/R-/ ,e1g THIS WEEKENDThe The next game will be with Feb: 13, 14 and 15. Nine girls
; h4 Bunnell Varsity Bovs Green, Cove Jr. HI. Monday, teams will participate in this
will play St. Joseph In St.BUNNELL. January2 7th at Carver Gym. tournament. -


7th :AND 8th GRADE TEAM _.._ .
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BEAUTIES AND BEHEMOTHS: Pretty girls and '

ponderous pachyderms are two of the traditionally :
magical ingredients of Ringling
Bros. and Barnum & '-
Bailey Circus. "The Greatest Show On Earth" opensa '.f1

3-day engagement in Jacksonville, at the Jacksonville .
Coliseum on Fri. Eve., Jan. 31, then plays three per- "...,.
formances on Sat. and two on Sun. Feb. 2.

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Beach Taxpayers Assn.WILL n+


MEET AT 7:30 P. M.

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ON JANUARY 27th ( Monday) s.


at City Recreation Hall f"
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GUEST,SPEAKER IS: a R r
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FLORIDA STATE COMMITTEEWOMAN: Photo bY-Thea C. He In

Members of the Bunnell seventh and eighth grade basketball team are shown above kneel-
-ALSO- ing, left to right, Wilbert Williams, Ralph Abraham, Bob Gould Gary Harris; standing, left to*
right, Jerry Johnson, manager, Pat Gurnee Larry Jones, Lee Dodgen and Davey Solomon.
Mrs. Lloyd Mayswinkle Their 'schedule includes a game this Saturday afternoon at 2:30 with Kiwanis In DeLand

PARLIAMENTARIAN a game with Pantry, Pride on Thursday, Ja-nuarySOth- at DeLand. They play at home Saturday
February at 2:30 with First Federal.

MEETING OPEN TO PUBLIC
CARVER JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS TEAM J .

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All Forms of Insurance .
Rt 305 East Moody Blvd.i iPhone 437-3171'

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has solved people's problems throughout.
United States. She is the only lady who has ded-

icated her entire life in helping people_ in love, Pictured above as memberS of the Carver Junior High Basketball team arei Gloria J.. Butler :

courtship and marriage. If you are unhappy, discouraged Judith Williams, Barbara Johnson, Paulette Hymon, Audrey T. Emanuel, Annie Pearl Thomas .
Amelia Clark and Dorothy'Jenkins. Mrs. R. R. Branch is coach.
sick or in distress.

Sister Farrell warns you gravely, suggests wisely 1968-63
fully on BUSINESS MATTERS. BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL ,, '
and explains BUNNELL HICItBASKETBAL1

Look For The Sign "SISTER FARRELL" I GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE : ;

Jan. 25 Saturday St' Joe ., Home 5:00.: :>
2 Miles North of St. AugustineOn 24 St. Joe Away Jan. 28 Pierson Home 5:00: _
.. Jan. 31 Friday Keystone Ilts. . '. Away :
I 25 Baldwin. Horne Feb. 4 Tuesday Fla. Deaf.. Away 7:00 : .
U. 'S. Highway 28 Pierson I' Home Feb. 7 Friday Clay High Home 7:00 I
Feb. 8 Saturday ,. FJa. Deaf . Home 7:00
All 31 W. Nassau Home Feb 11 Home 7:00
Daily 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Sunday 'Day Tuesday St. Joe
Open Feb. 4 Cres. City Home
) Phone 824-2459 Feb: 13.14.15 Girls" Conference Tournament
Necessary Northeast Fla. .
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8-Tllfi FLAGL&K:: TIlI3Uifc. : ... THURS.. JANUARY 23. 1969 ing although good catches of lins, Jacksonville 33; and Alfred .
--- ---- blues and bass being taken. James and Neptune NOTICE OF SALE
1L FISHING LINEBy avg. 8 Ibs. Nick Gabbins
Necolette, Gainesvile, brought in 40 specks.
Al 2.nmba Flagler Beach Pier had as his catch 160 lbs of Notice 13 hereby given that
Word from the pier has not blues and 40 lbs. of drum, CARD OF THANKS Dupont end Gordon of Bun-
Week Ending Jan. 18. 1969 been good, whiting being the taken from the area of the bur heartfelt thanks to all '. nejl, Florida, Flagler County,
This Is the week to clean ,,m"vsjt active of catches along 'camp north(, tb the inlet. TrunvjMn who : extended comfortingsymlathy ': lias been sold to Roy Gordon.
that reel or work on'the out; .with few bass. :Mr. II. Hirst :
a told us of one visitor and help during the AH goods, wares, merchandise,
board due to the fact the fish- landed an 8 pounder this from Vermont bringing in a6 Illness and passing of our equipment and fixtures of said
'" Ing has completely dropped week, using cut bait. bass, avg. 6 lbs. loved one. business in Bunnell, knownas
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"""r..b'q'4ky ocean and river fishing, Fishing has been: off in the Fishing: is reported good at our friends and neighbors for known as Gordon's. The effective
Bln 's Fisherman's' Resort area of the camp, and Jack Flagler Fish Camp. L. T. and their cards, visits food and date of the transferwas
The word from Bings is the has taken advantage of the Ruby Miller, Flagler Beach beautiful floral offerings. January 1, 1969.
-' same as the other camps the lull by doing some repair on caught 30 specks all weighingover These expressions have been
Gordon
fishing is off.Although the boat hoist and docks. 1 pound; Jeff Harrison deeply appreciated.The Roy
Mrs. Cliff HutchInson *>-, "n.s Elbow Fish Camp and Howard Grisham of Jack- Family Of Jan. 16, 23, 2tc.
did good with 3 bass The trout have stopped bit sonville caught 35; Louis Col. Mrs. Natlie Hannah .:- ----"..--;---


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