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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 30, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 NO. 6
THURS DAY. JANUARY 3D. 1969 '
:S3.53 A YEAR
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COMMISSIONER TAXPAYERS ASSN. ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN YEARS OF 'SERVICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR

WICKLINE WILL HEAR FITZGERALD

NOT SPEAK ON TAXES '',' ,....;.'!!!i I! :''J' ri; tJf''; : SPEAKS TO FLAGLER.... ,
RUN AT BEACH "Voten should ".:'.: '
keep:::! the ;. : ,
:l1;
"t".f'j"a 1.Si1 BEACH
Flagler Beach City Commis. present $5000 homestead ex- : j, .r. LIONS
sioner George Wickline told emption and attempt to have Lions Fifth District Governor
f. :;
the Tribune Tuesday he will i it t increased to $7500" F. P. Joe Gilarde spoke to the Flag.
not seek reelection in the City Fitzgerald of Ormond told the ler Beach Lions at their din-
Election March 4. Wickline Flagler Beach Taxpayers Association ,ner-meeting'l\fonday
who is also County Commissioner Monday night. Fitz. 't'tr ; Rogers Restaurant at night Flagler at

for District 2, said his gerald spoke to the group at \r, Beach.

term as city commissioner expires their meeting at the Flagler T: O :Morehead Chairmanof
April 3, 1969. He statedhe Beach Municipal Hall. A TJf District 35.0 Lions Sight
had contacted the Attorney :Fitzgerald pointed out that : iE Conservation. extended an In
General's Office and was In- if *"> atVnint" was made to vitation to the Flagler Beach
formed that under Florida's abolish the $5000 exemptionand Lions to attend the Sight

new constitution he is not el. have a $10,000 exemption Clinic at Gainesville Feb. 13-
igible to run. The new constitution established, he doubted if the ,.
says that no one person additional exemption would ", : .J.L' \ 14.Three )
'. "l .. ; new members were
can hold more than one governmental ever be established. Inducted-William Heckman 1
office at' the same Parliamentarian Mrs. Mays 'j' .I : Farris McGee and Louis Gar- ;
r time as an elected official. winkle of Daytona Beach Junior ft'; 'X' I
$[t. A person can hold two government ,College Faculty conductedthe /! "'. ; cia.Plans were completed for

** ; posts provided that meeting.A a Tailtwister-Party Feb. 24 at .
.' in at least one of them he's skit "Before and After the Bunnell Civic, Center for ,
F an employee, not an officer. Taking a Parliamentary Pro The First Baptist Church ,of Bunnell paid tribute to its laymen Lions and their wives

;. ,, Wickline who has served as cedure Course" was presentedby on Sunday,' January 26. The Pastor, Rev. Charles Anders, r
; '' a county commissioner 24 Woman's Club members is shown above: presenting bronze plaques of appreciation to
years,' stated he intended to Mrs, H. R. Hirst Mrs. V. W. laymen H. H. Murray C. 'O. Magee and O. F. Alford. These have FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT

J. remain on the 'county board Haines, Mrs. C. Sindelar, Mrs.F. shared an accumulation of one hundred and seven years of COMPANY CHANGES
I as commissioner. Marks Mrs. O. Mless, and service to this church. Chairman of the Deacons, L. H. Church
The City Commissioner Mrs. E. Schmidt: and BILLING SYSTEM
: Walter Creal spoke to the morning congregation on the
who has served as a city official More than fifty attended the them and Church.
;: "My ,Life My
,for 28 stated he meeting. Florida Power & Light Com-
years _... .. __ .. _.
1'! would still work for the Cityof ---= : J. pany is changing its systemof

. Flagler Beach and assist BUNNELL STyDENTSi RECEIVE AWARDS monthly electric service
the commission in anyway billings for the convenience "
possible.. t .O of its customers.
f'I President Robert H. Flte an-
'I .- nounced that, after January
LEGIONTO
AMERICAN
_l:1: ,. 28, all bills will be mailed in
SPONSOR
envelopes instead of by post
ORATORICAL AGAINHigh o."h" cards as, heretofore.The .
school students of new bills will be printed .

r Bunnell have' been invited by ,in color shades of.blue and '
\ \, Flagler Post 115 of the American orange Fite said. The' top
\ Legion compete in,the blue portIon-with the cus .
r" t" 32nd Annual'' National High .': tomers' 'na'me. addres,and the :

v... School OratorI l ontestL'lire'" ,district), .office address of FPL=: ; : v
invitation to enter--the competition wil-foe_ .for\,mailing. mtl1JyJ; :
was extended today by payments to the Company In
Post Commander Otis Magee. an enclosed blue return en*

The contest for Bunnell's a ri M 4"mss' velope.
students has been arrangedwith ., The orange portion of the
the coopetratlon of local bills Fite. explained' will contain -
school officials and the Bun 0 all facts on 'date coveredby
nell faculty who will assistin C the billing, kilowatt hours
A M
local contest arrangements.The used, and payment made, and
subject to be used in r _. will be retained by customersfor
the prepared oration in the / their own records.
1969 contest must be on some The utility executive said ,
phase of the constitution of this better way of billing "is a
the United States, emphasizing product of FPL's advanced
the duties and obligationsof computer systems and other

a citizen to the national ..... Space Age electronic facilities I
The plus our Company's' constant ,
government. prepared \
...
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desire to its "
orations must be the original serve coustomers. i
effort of each contestant and He pointed out that customers
,! must not require less than 8 who prefer may still pay
nor more than 10 minutes in *1 their service bills at FPL of j

." .'. .:;'. delivery : .......... ._- "-' ....... _" _M.o,.___..>.;..,, ."'.........-" ..... ,,-,_,> P""' '" .>,,, <....,....----._',,, "..--, flees or neighborhood pay: sta I
Photos Theo C. Ketn
by
tions.
,
In addition to the awards '
Bunnell High School students pictured above received awards at the annual Awards Pay Program -' I ,
earned by the winners of the
various elimination rounds of j Friday at ,the school.. Principal Cliff "McGriff left, presents Florida Board of Regents CALENDAR OF' \ i

,\ competition, University scholarships Award For Scholarships to, left to right, Terry Rawlins and Gary Buckles; ,Outstanding Teenagers .
EVENTS .
of $4,000; $2,500; of America for 1969 awards for ability achievement to Gary Buckles Colleen Tucker and '.> .

f $1,000 and $500 go to the first Mary\ Anne Steflik;. and the-1969 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award to'Celia Genece Sunday February 2: Ground <

through fourth places respectively rtinshew.\ Hog Day. ...
in the national finals. ------.- ,-- (-0-) ,
The top four youthful orators BUNNELL LIONS HEAR Monday, February 3: Flag. ,v '"
Who have won In all previouselimination ler County Commission meet ".
rounds of the contest \i f. !- RECREATION REPORT ing at 9:00 a. m. ", I

..will.vie: In the 1969 National } President Don Jordan presided (-o-)
J Finals on April 21, at tiint, ''i1f\ over the Tuesday lunch- Bunnell City Commission
; eon 'meeting of Bunnell Lions meets at 7:30 m. I
p.
:Boise, Idaho. \\I., i,. (".i. .__tL. ,. __ Club and called for a report of ( )
-0-
(pay$ The expenses American of'Legion;the, winners will .. \\ ; I IThe the. club recreation committee. VFW Auxiliary meets at 3p .

m. at the post home. West
as they progress in competition : I .
Command* Magee 'ex. Howard Lerch reported that Moody Blvd., Bunnell. '
plained. ** it, 'L".\ March of Dimes Drive beginning of the drive,. Mrs. his committee was indorsingthe (-o-)
M High School Students In will be conducted in Flagler Atkinson said.Volunteers program of,Flagler County Tuesday February 4: MasonIc .

Bunnell school who are Irv--, ., County'\ Thursday January 30, will solicit funds Recreation Advisory Council Lodge No.. 200 F&AM
er Sted"In'' (enteringrrthe 1969 \" According' *'to' Mrs., Harry Atkinson during the drive and will meet, to develop a recreation projecton meets at 7:30 p. m. at the Masonic -

.ompetttionwlll find,complete.: *,-county chairman. Mrs. afterward at the Atkinson the airport property at Gore 'Hall S. Bay St., Bun-:
rules and contest informationat Hubert Pellicer is the Mothers home, 400 Palmetto Avenue Lake. He'stated that the funds nell. '
the school office or from March chairman. Bunnell. had to be.expended on county (-o-) .'
Cora Buckles, oratorical :" .",, The quota for the 1969 driveis owned property ,and that was Senior Citizens meet at 6 '
Mrs.
:ThgyBun ealSre"'slren' will $500 and Mrs.' Atkinson the only suitable site the p. m. in the Flagler Beach '
chairman. rgfve nefiongsignaiat'
; 7:00 stated they hoped to exceed county owned. Municipal Recreation Hall for -;',

TIDE 'ABLE' ) )1& ThuirsdAy.everiingjaniark: ; : the this amount. Lerch, also; urged that the a dinner' meeting... .';'.
;t' (..0"t..
JaaI30; >.5',, J Ol C/fsH ELTON Board of County Commissioners
HEADS'GROCERS'CO.OP
'' -
Tides1FOr ATTEND BOARD MEETINGMrs. go ahead ''with'their plansto Wednesday February 5: ,
'D.
llXglil d s #IOWRy: ( ; J f I build access roads into the Flagler Beach Garden Club '

Day'A.MI'' JtVl.:";: A-iUf-. P.r.t""\ \\f .ms'..... y k 1 t O. F'* Alford and Mrs. airport so that the recreationarea meeting\ 1:30: p. m. at the ., .' .,'
: jJ"''S-oi: toofot...,12i30ir/ _, y.Cfwen% C. Shelton\ / former Levi Brannam attended the could be easily 'reached. Municipal Recreation Hall. '. :
30 6:18: tJ 12:24. m2a! ? ;f.r,. o erl'of Shelton's: 'SuperJMarketrinBunnell"has District 5; Florida State Welfare Lion George Moody Intro Hostesses, will be Mrs. Freda ,. :' ;:;
7:24 : ,
;
31 7:06, : 'r ; I
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been elect- : Board meeting at Green duced the Cole and Mrs. A. Jansic.
l':48 J follownig guests: c
8:00 1:06:: .j : ', U. cp : .
7:42 '
:
1 .
: ;. :24 j iedj fesidentfotCriUled: |'GrOc. *'{I Cove Springs Tuesday. Max Mullis; and .Lawrence,\ (e.o') hhow" ::' : .: t
8:42
8:24 : ; '
2 9:00: I 9:18: 2243:0d iHw; rl 2:54: ers'Cb:.'Qp;t Pml lq. TUf 1 Mrs. Alford: and. Mrsw Br '\di)I Porter! of;/ Farm, Bureau, ,f r11m;,., Pipettes ,jmeetrat JB p-)(m." aft :rthe.horne 1';. I
3
9J36: "9:54: I, : .G3:$0 Sheltont H iMQ! ood. nam are District Board"m. Dlllbeckv [ 't tagenut of Mrs. Charles Cpw/f:?, t J"
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---- ------ --- FLAGLER TRIBUNE
,r 3J11ugbr IrthuttrINCORPORATED THURS. JANUARY 30. 1969 2-TH&
Entered aa second claaa matter
February 6, 1913, at the post-
\ C'' 'UNNRJ.L'I, .F'LOIt1DAI office ,
; at Dunnell Florida under
Act of March 3, 1876. AAAA4 WROUGHT IRON
I << JOHN A. CLEQO
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" IH CLOCK 1-
E4koI'4nPublisherBETTE 100 Per Copy WALL <

8. McDANIEL One Year ......s6S.S0 TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT OUR STORE
New Editor \ Six Month. ..'2.OUOat.lde
Dr.lKHMted newspaper for an MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1969
FI'e.Count7
Legal Advertl.lntf $.00 1'er Year REGISTRATION BLANIC-

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EDITORIALYOUTH rVrV Name ..............__......u.'" .....................::0..................


NEED RECREATIONOne WROUGHT IRON Address ................................................................

of the pre-occupatlons of the older generations is to WALL CLOCK ............................................................................ ..
...scowl at our youth shake our heads in disdain and say "theyare
going to the dogs". .
Of course, this has been going on for centuries and the U. S. D. A. Choice ''

"dogs" haven't gotten our youth yet. C

Today it is long hair and medallions; yesterday it was CHUCK ROAST lb. 48
swallowing goldfish and jamming into telephone booths. Todayit

is frug.beat music; yesterday it was .Jazz. Each generationis .

different. U. S. D. A. Choice
One of the best ways to help the youth of today grow into
useful citizens of tomorrow is to give them the right opportun.
ities. We are willing to spend all kinds of tax monies to give CHUCK STEAK Ib. 58

them the best there is in education. ,

But we offer them very little In the form of wholesome re
creation. Social activities in the schools have been largely dis Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHO ULDER SLICED FREE

continued. No prom no homecoming dance 'no cl*""* socials or

picnics. There Is no movie house, no coke bar c_ ,_.burger
stand. PICNICS Ib. 38

There are very limited church socials and an occasional _
YAC dance. But this writer can remember back in the Forties
when we had an active Youth Council with a game and dance
'
program everySaturday night. Choice Juicy Lean Western ( )
It was managed by such youth as Marvin Gresham Johnnie
Mae Sheffield Billy Grisholm and Betty Babbitt with the elders ALL MEAT STEW PORK C OPST
willingly taking their turns as chaperones. And it was self- I. lb. I'

supporting. J Ib. fiSc 48e
But lets think about what we can do today. For a begin.
ning here is our suggestion: --
Let's organize, a Teen Town Teen Club Teen Hall or what
Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2V4-2V& lb. Avg.; LIMIT 2 PLEASE
,
ever you want to call it, organize some financial backing (not
public funds), get an organization of some community leaders
to promote it, and make it so sound In finance and organization
that it has to succeed.As 13 Whole Ib. 31Streak

many vacant buildings as there are in Bunnell and Flag.
ler Beach, surely we can lease one that can be made suitable :fora
teen center. It should be equipped with a soda fountain, snack
bar, comfortable lounge furniture a dance area and a game
O'LeanWHITE Lean Western BOSTON BUTT

area.It should be first class with air conditioning and attractive BACON1". 410 PORK ROAST Ib 480
decor. And it must be well managed. A supervisor should be
hired to be on duty during all open hours. It should be put on a

paying, businesslike basis. The young people have money and Campbell's (Limit 3 'with $5. food order) ,. .... -
they spend It on the things they like. MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
-
It must have the support of the youth who would largely' BEANS 'cr JO'C'Green'Giant.
determine the regulations, the code of conduct, and the programof FLOUR
activities. It should be undertaken as wholesome recreationand 12 oz. Can
positively exclude those few youth who might disorderly NIBLETS For
In conduct. CORN Z 390 5 lb.

These are a few sketchy suggestions. This writer has a teen. Martha White ., Bag 39C
age daughter and would like to >be a part of developing a real
SELF C.lb- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
sound program. We believe there are others, parents, law enforcement RISING MEAL 9 Bag 3ge
people educators, church leaders and other public-
minded citizens who would like to do something "really big".. Martha White
for the fine youth of our communities. QUICK'' Pillsbury'a Sweet
GRITS 5 3ge ( or Buttermilk)
John A. Clegg .Bag

-- Dixie 7 oz. size
Central
eran and East Coast BISCUITS
fish dealer Charlie Lowe. In HOT CUPS, Box 290
Too Late addition he said that the .
trawlers for Oceanic Harvest 8 Oz. Can
I. I
To Classify Corporation are scheduled to Each e

By Russell Kay Ft.be put Pierce into port.operation at the MAXWELL HOUSECO'FFEE Limit 4 with $5.00 or more food order

The firm is now seeking :
Most of us are inclined to captains for these, vessels to
appraise the Florida water. be trained under a franchise FROZEN FOODS -
frpnt as potential homesite program which gives those
development but with increased accepted exclusive use of an :I Tin 470 Morton's BEEF '
CHICKEN
-
TURKEY
research in oceanography onboard fish, meal plant utilized -
our thousand miles of :for the first time in Florida Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order POT PIES, 2 AS: 39cSara
coastline promises tremend. waters. This is a revolutionary .
ous future industrial develop type of that
process Lee "ALL BUTTER" ,
12 Size
ment.An indication of what such some make all authorities other processes say" will obsolete FRESH PRODUCEU. -- POUND CAKE Ea. 69cCHEER oz.

development may mean to : These plants have
Florida in the years aheadis been thoroughly tested and S. No.1POTATOES
:found in the activity of a proven- after three years of intensive 1O Jag
new Florida company that developmen t on the 490
sees the ocean as filling the Great Lakes.
need of a variety of food ,asa The vessels would turn Firm Ripe
major supplier of valuable trash fish into 'valuable fish TOMATOES lb.
fish meal for feeding poultry meal. Each vessel will be a 290 GIANT

and hogs. small factory ship., Tender KENTUCKY 'WONDER SIZE 47"Limit
Martin Livergood, presidentof He explained the bulk of '
Oceanic Harvest Corporation fish meal used :In the United lb. .
announced recently that States today is, produced in1 BEANS 23e 1 with $5.00 or more food order
his organization, plans to Peru. This country now Imports -
open a new fish-handling and
around a million tons offish --
fish meal distribution centerin annually and domestic
, Ft. Pierce, under the ownership production is only about'200,-
and management of a 000 tons.
newly appointed franchise. Livergood said the unique
They plan to put approximately meal plants aboard his vessels .
30 specially designed will turn out the highest
54-foot stern trawlers into percentage of animal
protein RODGERS I]
service, operated by trained from !trash fish 'even for the STORE
captains and crews. They:hopeto poultry and hog feed Industry llfl/ II
advance Florida as one of and It would make Florida .
the key fishing areas in the an Important producing in
world. area of fish meal. He estimates .
Llvergood said that plans'
that each'vessel will be OPEN
are already on the drawing capable of producing upwards SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
board for the new fishing facility of 600 tons of fish meal an- 4 81OO a.m.--1 OO p.m. U.S. No. ,I BUNNEllL" .
to be operated by vet. nually. Quantity Right Reserved Price. Good
January 3O,,31, Feb. 1,2 and 3, 1969rt

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DETAILS OF 1969 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUBS.. JANUARY 30.. 1969
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I BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS FEED GRAIN PROGRAM payments. 20 percent acreage diversionat
According to Mr. Deen, key a rate of 20 percent of tin-
1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 ANNOUNCED provisions of the 1969 feed total support times yield, and
*"
BUN NELL- : FLORIDA Operating details of the grain program are: 1. Acreage at the regular,45 percent payment -
1969 voluntary feed''grain pro diversion to conserving use to on the remaining acre-
FREE ESTIMATESBAR gram are now available to all qualify for price support age diverted to conservinguse.
FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS producers according to W. W. loans and payments are con Producers with feed grain
Deen, Sr., Chairman, Agricul tinued at 20 percent of farm- base acreages up to 125 acres
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER :?STATIONS tural Stabilization: Conservation er's base acreage of corn, will have the option for the
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS !! County Committee.This sorghum and barley. No diversion small farm provision on con-
payment will be made dition that no corn, grain,
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Snelvinjr 1969 program is vir-
for this minimum diversion, sorghum or barley be plantedfor
BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAS'T'TARS: tually to that of 1968, the only
harvest the farm and
-.. major difference being that except for small farmsthesame on
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts barley is included In the pro- as 1966-63. that 25 acres are diverted to
HARDWOODS Additional diversion for conserving: uses.
FINE gram this year.Producers' 2.
payment will be possible up Other provisions are: Soy-
Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now Servingall of feed grains
participate In the 1969 to a total of 50 percent of the beans that are planted in lieu
in 75 mile xad. of Bunnell. may
areas program by reducing their base or 25 acres, whichever is of feed grains will not earn
CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 437.3928'EVENING total base acreage by at least larger, the same as In 1968. price-support payments but
PLANNING ARRANGED 20 percent. This ,will make The ,acreage diversion rate will be eligible for the price-
them eligible for the program will be at 45 percent of the support loan; constitution pro-
-
benefits,of price-support loans total price support (loan lev- visions relating to wheat and
and payments. Additional acreage el plus payment) multiplied feed grain acreage will be
dlversion.for paymentof by the projected yield. continued, and malting barley
up to 50 percent of the base 3. As in 1966.68, a farm with will not be exempted from
will also be encouraged. a base of 25 acres or less will the diversion requirements of
SISTER FARRELLREADER
receive payments on the first feed barley.
Signup will be conducted -
simultaneously: for the feed
grain, cotton and wheat pro
AND ADVISORShe grams from Feb. 3 to March I ATLANTIC HARDWARE .

has solved people's problems throughout the 21.National price-support loan I ..

United States. She is, the only lady who has dedicated levels under the 1969 feed & SUPPLY CO., INC. .
will be the
her entire life in helping people in love, same grain as program in 1968 :Mr. Deen

courtship and marriage. If you are unhappy, discouraged said. They are. for corn $1.05 4'x8' Light Luan

sick or in distress. per bushel; sorghum, $1.61 per ..\ti,
hundred weight; oats 63 Paneling $3.98' t'
Sister Farrell warns you gravely, suggests .wisely cents per bushel; and rye, .

and explains fully on BUSINESS: MATTERS.Look $1.02 per bushel. The barley MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH I ,I
loan level will be 83 cents per II
For The Sign "SISTER FARRELL" bushel instead of 90 cents as PHONE 439-2303
in 1968 because the crop is I

2 Miles North of St. AugustineOn now eligible for price- ..... ,support- -- -- -


U. S. Highway I O. F.Registered ALFORD NOTICEYou


Open Daily 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Sunday All Day Rea! Estate Broker are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor .

(No Appointment Necessary) Phone 824-2459 or his assistant will be present in the various pre-
_BunnelL Florida_ ____ cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
-- purpose receiving tax returns on Real, Personal' "
and Intangible Property, and applications for Home .

stead .and,other exemptions :

,f"' Precinct No. I-Bunnell. Tax Assessor' Office. Friday. Feb

"" _', .._ ,.. :. .' A.I. : ... ruary 14. 8:30'A. M. to 12 Noon. --

.. "t.:!\ ... -',- ..... Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell,. Masonic Lodge Friday. Febru-
: : -Boostyour.
-' 4 : 14 '1:30 P. M.to2:30P.M.
.. ary
'
; ; ;: Precinct No. Flcrgler Beach City Hall Monday 'Febr --

Y'llOW4OWE::: : : ary 17. 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon. ,

Precinct No. 5-A-Parrot Village.. Monday February 17.

: 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.

r'. .. .- Precinct No. Espanola, County Polling Building- Tuesday -
t"j ,. February 18. 10:00 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
,
Precinct No. 3-A-Korona, White Eagle. Tuesday. Febru
-ary. 18. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. :

-\j.\!''", Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek, Community Hall. Wednesday,
,'o( .' .. !:;,IJ' \
February 19. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
\ -.4' :'. .- ::-. ..{. ..:;. ..< "'.; :.. l' .
: -
\ Precinct No. 4St. Johns Park Community Hall Wednesday j
\ February 19. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. j

,
The Tax laws require that you file a return on ,'j
,
1 Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard-
less of the amount, before April 1st and I am required )

.\ 'w er 1 to assess a ten percent penalty upon your "\
\ failure to do so. (

All applications for exemption must also be
filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is .
open from 8 ::30 A. M. to 12 ::00 Noon and 1:00: P. :M.
to 4 :30 P. M. and we will be glad to assist you, if .

possible. ,,-
"it"
Respectfully, 1

D. R. MOORE Ii:

.. Jan. 9 April 3 Tax Assessor 1
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with electric 1

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irrigation!

NOTICE w I'

f .,t : _:: ',I""'; a; ," .' Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Florida t,
'
; t Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended ,by the p
;'ft; '. : From citrus groves to cropland-you get a better yield, 1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee, or' '
'' arid better qualify yield, when back Nature .Assessment ; I'' ,
;;2''i. ,.;. ':- a you up Agent, requesting an Agricultural !
.. ,,' 'ri. ., with a modern electrically-pumped, irrigation system. shall fill out a prescribed form. 4
< >'vt ( I .' This application pertaining to Florida Statutes ll1
l p :,,} ; And,you actually conserve water. Use just the amount ...:
;t 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricul- :.
,, 'f you need, when and where 'you,need it. '" tural- Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and I''" :.

Simple,,reliable electric. motors' serve you dependably' .V 1\-" y" has no relationship to the County Zoning of land I i

\ year after year. And with time-clocks or float-switches r use. s F '
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must file this application
Property
: ., .. .' -controlling your system,.,electric irrigation is completely <',:'i, 1" ..... each year to the.owners County Tax Assessor, between
111\>,. .{' automatic- and economical. Night operation_ helps "''' '1".it'1Mi .cj January first and April first, so that the County

.. j;;;'". x' .,".,'y '\ minimize' loss from evaporation. See your. equipment >; ."'. 1 .M. Agricultural Zoning Board .may' consider the application -
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4- FLACZ.ER TRIBUNE TIIURS-. JANUARY 30. 1969 MISS NEILSON, FEBRUARY BRIDE ELECT FETED

. SCENES AT WOMAN'S CLUB LUNCHEON MR. DURRANCE

EXCHANGE VOWS

The wedding of Miss Lavon
Thoro, "N Jlson". Bluff dale.

Utah, to Horace W. Durrance F
Bunnell, was an event of Jan a
uary 10 .at the Mormon Temple ya

fry ryf'V in Salt Lake City, Utah,
with Brother Wallace Galley

officiating at the ceremony. _
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Neil-

san. of Bluffdale, Utah,' and _
her husband is the son of Mrs.T. .

O. Durrance and the late
Mr. T. O. Durrance of Bun

nell.Wally
( Neilson. Denny Neil-

t' Ilk i. son and Larry Neilson broth.
a ers of the bride, were witness.
ii3j es for the "couple. The cere

a cz \ mony 'was attended by relatives Margie Lee Blakely right, who will be married Feb.
---- ------ of the bride.
ruary 14 to Robert Hlllman was honored at a bridal shower
More than forty members and guests attended the Flagler There was a reception and Saturday afternoon. Miss Blakely stands at the refreshmenttable I
Woman's Club International luncheon last Wednesday at the dinner afterward in Salt Lake
Parker Mrs. ,Deem and Mrs.
I with hostesses, 1 to r, Mrs. .
clubhouse at Flagler Beach. Foreign cuisine, prepared by the City.
members was served. After a wedding trip to Hargett.
Provo Utah, Mr. and Mrs.
nations and gypsophlla In.
BRIDAL SHOWER
Durrance are making their
terspersed with fern formedthe
home in Bunnell US
on Hwy. COMPLIMENTSMISS
centerpiece for the refresh.
100. .
BLAKELYMiss ment 'table overlaid with. a
white lace cloth.
a
GREGORY SCOTT SHIELDS
a Margie Lee Blakely, The hostess served punch
F Mr. and Mrs. David S.
a February bride elect, was complimented and cake squares topped with
Shields of Vienna Va. announce
at miscellaneousbridal
a dainty pink roses to about
vf the birth of a son born shower after.
Saturday guests. Assisting with
t'k :January: 22 at Vienna, Va. forty
Mrs.
noon given by Jimmy
t the serving 'were Mrs. Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shieldsof
: are Hargett, Mrs. Marvin Parker Shields; Mrs. M. C. Strickland,
Bunnell the paternal
--- maternal and Mrs. Duane Deen at the Jr., and Mrs. Frank Clegg.
grandparents. The Hargett home, Lambert Ave. Gifts for the honoree were
Mr: and
grandparents are
nue Bunnell. placed on a credenza attractively
Mrs. Levi Brannam, Sr. also
Pink and white floral arrangements decorated with carnation
of Bunnell.
were placed at and fern garlands: MiS
J He weighed seven birth pounds.and vantage points in the living- Blakely was the recipient of
fourteen ounces at .
ensuite. A
dining rooms picturesque
has been named Gregory of numerous lovely ,gifts.
arrangement car-
i Scott Shields.

HOUSEGUESTSMrs.

-,- Mrs: Walter Knight was the C. R. Creal of Bunnell STORK SHOWER

Past Presidents of the club Mrs. E. P. Fleurle, Mrs. Gene overnlte guest of Mrs. Dan has as her houseguest Mrs. FETES MRS. MOORE

Hart, Mrs. Vernon Haines, Mrs. C. O. Magee, Mrs. Reynold Hoover Knight at Deland Friday. She Walter. Crady of Louisville, .
also visited with Mr. Knight Ky. Mrs. George Skolar and
11 Mrs. Frank Brede Mrs. H. G. Heydt, and Miss Emily Gage; who Is seriously ill in a De- Mrs. Jeff Seale were hostessesat

and' one life member, Mrs. May Hendren were honored guests at land hospital. ARRIVE FOR VISIT a stork shower Friday evening

tie luncheon. Club banners were presented to them by Mrs. Joe and John Kuenzle Fair- at the Skolar home in

C arles SIndelar and Mrs. E. P. Fleurle. RECUPERATANb AFTER bury, Ill. arrived Thursday to Bunnell honoring Mrs. Tommy
,
Y .
SURGERY '- spend several weeks visiting( Moore.
WOMAN'S CLUB ATTEND GOVERNORS former friends In the area. Refreshments of cake and
Dr. Frank J. Reynolds,
,
Joe Is former resident''ofFlagler'Count4' coffee were served by the
BINGO a
PARTY RECEPTION BUS faculty member Is recuperating .
.
I from at") ; :oj I hostesses to fourteen' invited

I I MONDAY,K: FEB. 3 ,_ Mr.' and Mrs. Z. G. Holland St. Jo h.HSpltal surgery In Atlanta 1' ( .t guests, .w ; ".
|The Flagler Woman's Club ':Jr.: 'and""Mr. and Mrs., Levi G '/He is>the father of Dr. VISITING IN. MICHIGANMrs. Games were,enjoyed and

is sponsoring 'a "G&G" Bingo Brannam of Bunnell were In Allerr, Reynolds of Flaglep Tom Diamond Is visitIng prizes winners were Mrs. Rob-
I Games Tallahassee last weekend to winners' Mrs.. .Rob..
Party Monday Februay3at7:30p.m.atthe Beach. ,: at Detroit, Mich with her were
attend the, Governor's Recep-. Ills, address is: Intensive son In law and daughter, Mr. ert Cook Mrs. :Johnny: Metts
clubhouse 1524 S. Central tion ,and Ball at the Mansion. Care, St.: *"Josephs Hospital, and Mrs. Marvin: Kramer. and Miss Paquita Hugas.r

Avenue, Flagler Beach. Atlanta, Ga. '
j | Haines, chair Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hazellief TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet -,

Janstated there would' be had as weekend houseguestsMr. Mrs. Eddie Irwin has returned CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING tom us help,beautify Flagler:

door prizes and games prizes. and Mrs. Harold. Hintonof to her home at Flagler County. Large variety of ever

Prizes will be "grits and Fort Pierce.Mr. Beach after being-a medical greens palms, hedge' plants.
5% miles S of Bunnell
groceries'V patient at Ormond Beach Os- on
Proceeds from the event will and :Mrs. ,Albert Batten teopathlc Hospital several ,- U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc
iii _
have returned to their homeat -
be used for the club's schol-
last week.
arship project.. The public is Flagler Beach'after several days SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain

invited. .... days visit in St. Petersburg. FORMER RESIDNTS' : fields installed; Rota-Roter
TO WHOM IT MAY snail shell. Reasonable prices.,

TRANSFERED ,.:.., CONCERN: Call George Jarosz. 437.3410

Mr. and Mrs. tDan Frailey, I, Thomas F. Stuckey will 8-1-tf

OPENING former Flagler' Beach residents no longer be responsible for
-. COMPLETE HOME ENTERTAINMENT
now residing In Georgia any debts incurred, by anyone UNIT-COLOR T.
recently moved to McRae other than myself.
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V., STEREO A. M., F. M. RA
Georgia. 1K r /Thomas F. Stuckey
DIO.
$275.00 CASH. PHONE
FRIDAY JAN. 31st Mr. Frailey Is employed with Jan.: 16, 23, 30, Feb. 6, '4tp. 4373720.
Union Company wherehe
Camp
is Director Conservation HOUSE FOR SALE-2 becT Jan. 30, Feb., 6, 13 20, 4tc.,

and Public Relations. He will rooms, large''' living'r m, SINGER zig zag-19 8 model

be teaching FFA classes at screened porch, garage and used less than three months.
the district. central heat. :159 Avalon Ave., .
A1A RESTAURANT several schools: In Guaranteed. Makes buttonholes -
Flagler Beach. Jan. 30, Itc. blind stitches and

Sheriff and Mrs. P. A* Ed- MAN 'OR' WOMAN: For Real fancy stitches without attach-

monson attended a reception Estate Sales in Flagler Coun- ment. Pay balance of $43.00or

FLAGLER BEACH honoring Duval County Sheriff ey. If unregistered, broker: will 6 payments at $8.00 a

jjwt.,. .. **.> and Mrs. Dale Carsori'-'at the sponsor license. Write Flagler month. For more information
Robert Meyer Hotel in ::Jack- Tribune, P. O. Box 38, Bun without obligation, call De-
11 A. M. to 9 P. M.
HOURS:
sonville evening. land 734-0018
'J '" Tuesday. nell. Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 2tp between 9:00 to
'r 500.: After 5:00: 734.2195.TFC
(CLOSED ON MONDAYS) VISITORS HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bed-

Don Anderson of -Macon, rooms-CBS house with carport For trailer or home used oil

Ga. and Pat. Hearn of St. utility room and fenced heater with fan, $25.00. Five-

Cloud, Florida"Visited in Bun.. yard. Corner lot, attractively piece all wood dinette,:$17.50.

nell Sunday with,Don's broth. landscaped: Reasonable. Call Jerry's Furniture, Old Dixie
: : er in law and Sister Gene and 437.3138.L Jan. 30, '4tc.HASTINGSMATTRESS. :Hwy., 2 mi. South of Korona.Ph. .
"
: : S: ...u...* Kathy Knight,and In Ormond 4373752., Jan'30, Itc.
'H' A R .
,. ,'." *.* ii. ,: with Don's parents Mr. and A MAN WANTED. Unexpected ;:

." Mrs. G. S. Anderson. &-. UPHOLSTRY' WORKS change causes vacancy' In"Bunnett.
7IO-12; Lemon St. *' Splendid opportunity
Refrigeration and. Electric Service MRS. HIGGINS. Ptl Uca. Florida year-arouard Income. For de-!

'Water : :. ., ..... HONORED ON Phone E A'5-9166 a.,.." tails,, write Rawleigh FL-360-,

'. Pumps)1; ; _\ ., : ,.N 95th, BIRTH J ( Furniture, UpholteringZ -::401, Memphis Tenn. 38102;

', (, Mrs. Gertrude Higgins was Repaired & RefinLshed _Jan. 16, 23,._2tc
t
Hot Water \\ '
.. Heaters'Fedders j ) .':1 IOnored
her itrtHday
:. '' I;... .on ,95t'tl! {Mattresses & Box Springs. FOR SALE-One 24>ed room
.... i : y 1. e ary a f'J J: home, Ma/la to. house :
: Order,Also Renovated nice, $5500. One 4-'bedroom -
:
.. '.. OJI' 'atrs' I !\ g1 t A ( r. ach'Saturty 2 .
c afternoon. 0 !Call, Laura, Morris 437-3233 baths, H block from.

J "- .' liorsSALES & ;fWoman's Missionary"MembofUthe I| After'6:00 P. M. ...- 'ocean? 100 ft- lot, $8500, May|

r ..o..r __ .....,' {,., .,' ,'- .,. "') \," Society of 'FlaJletrBeracrrBap.ctiatChUrcH'Jome'a | PRICES:'REASONABLE" ;tagfAvringer was$151' e : $35; good

':: ::. .* INSTXufrON' 'j; ,. 'the fftfrforeefortrre BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED refrigerator ; Antique,
'' L .-J:=,: .,sEDUYCE'. :. _"ti v"' < Just ". _.- f.1,jPeer .,.mirror, $100; antique
celebratior? I as near as your dr *
sser. $35; antique cherry:
Old Haw Creek Road Mrs. Higgins Was presenteda Phone 'or' Post Office chest, '$100rqueen size .antique

Phone 4373698r fruit tray and corsage as 'Drop Us a"CaftPorCall bed, '$50;. and other:
mementos of the occasion. Free Pick-up & Delivery furniture. Call 4392317.
Refreshments served.
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5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
THURS..
JANUARY 30. 1969 J. WATERMAN vision's 335th Radio Research -- "'T ttle McDonald, Bun-

IN BASIC RECEIVES AWARDIN Company.The nell, was assigned to the 4th
About TRAINING
Army CommendationMedal Infantry Division Dec. 15 near
Pvt. Tommy Here has been VIETNAM is awarded to person- PLeiku Vietnam as a rlOef J :,f'
Our Servicemen '.;assigned to Ft. Benning, Ga. Army Specialist Five John' nel whp, while serving with main. '.

;\ ., wheyo( he.'is undergoing basic A. Waterman' 20,' son of Mr..: the Armyi.distinguished' ) themselves .

LOCAL, SERVICEMAN :" training with the US Army. and Mrs. Leslie Waterman, by jieroism, meritorious ,SPECIAL NOTICE Vf -' :, '
""""**. .'._.> _Pvt. Herr, a.1966 BUS grad- Flagler Beach, received the achievement or meritorious ',f ''..: >(
ENTERTAINS AT BETH uate, is the son of Mr. and Army Commendation Medal service. The medal was estab j HEditor's Ifote" :.This Is to a'df'"

ISRAEL HOSPITAL Mrs. O. K. Herr of Bunnell... His last month while serving with lished') by the Secretary of vise that If you flnd any..er*'
Army Security address is: the 9th Infantry Division in' War .on 'December 18, 1945. rors in this publication they
Private
Agency
Andrew Waterman Pvt. Thomas D. Herr Vietnam.He (-0-) were committed on purpose. It .
done has RA53707420Co earned the award for IN VIETNAM is our desire to please every-
some good will
taming in the children's enter.wardat A-4th Btn. 1st Brigade4th meritorious service as a radio Army Private First Class one, and some people are always -

Beth Israel Hospital in Bos- Pit. Ft. Benning,. Ga. repairman with the dl. James McDonald, 19, son of looking for mistakes.
31905. .
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ton.Waterman (-0-)
Is
a student In
the Army Security Agency STATIONED IN S. C.

Training Center and Schoolat In .a note received from Mr.

Fort Devens, Mass and Is and Mrs. Arnold Morse, form.er .
assigned to Company F of 2nd Bunnell residents now liv
Battalion, USASATR. ing In Iran, they sent us their
This young man enjoys son's address for our service- ffl0L5A

singing folk, music and country mens column: ?t;
and western songs for the ETN3 Eric M. Morse, I
children of the hospital. lIe R-4 Div. U. S. S. Holland,

29408.N. W. S. Charleston, S. ,C. --

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SP4 MORRIS IN GERMANY'

SP4 Randy Morris has arrived I i
In Berlin, Germany for

the an US assignment Army. Morris of duty was with in a Friday Night January 31st : I L:

'y group of 600 men when they ,
ti ; arrived at Frankfort, Germany .

and he was one of eleven : 6 to 10 P. M. .

.< men selected for the Berlin as- .. .
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His new address is: '.
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SP4 Randall S. Morris 't 1 :
RA 12890196 I >,

HHC Sp. Troops BARGAINS GALORE
Berlin Brigade ,
APO New York, '09742.


; (-0SGT'SANDERS-) \ .,-'SAVINGS. up to 5,0 and 75%. ...

PVT. ANDY WATERMANhas RECOGNIZEDStaff h .", '

Sergant Silas R. Sand r
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been doing this for '
nearly
ers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gar
two months on his own time. ner Sanders of Bunnell, has : .
Waterman has done choir ,1 ::
been recognized for helping ALL. SALES FINAL .

singing before. his unit earn the US Air Force ". ... .. .. .r.-. .....
Andrew Waterman Is from \ .
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Outstanding Unit Award. NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES 'NO LAYAWAYS '" ..
Flagler Beach, where he graduated r
Sergeant, Sanders, a computer ., -
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from Bunnell High : :
repairman in the 46th ..
School in 1968.He enjoys wood Communications Squadron at .

carving and outdoor sports. Barksdale AFB, La., will wear ." OJLJR! .STORE' WILL BE CLOSED FROM 2-6 P. M. FRIDAY
While in high school, he sang the distinctive service ribbonas .
In the Methodist Church Choir, a permanent decoration.His WHILE WE PREPARE FOR THIS GIGANTIC CLEARANCE ". '-:.:

and belonged. to the Future unit was ;cited for ag- ,Hr ... ;:
Farmers of America. He was.., of '
daughter Edgar ,Dunaway ... _
also a First Class Scout while that enabled 1 ...-. I.
it to
in; the Boy Scouts.. '. superb .standards: ,maintain provide .' ..h' '"(. ,,; '< ... ,it: _' <.'!... ... .
The General, Director of =
quality service to all agenciesand
Beth Israel' Hospital, Dr. MIt- to consolidate reorganizeand ; I
.
chell T. Rabkin sent a letterof reduce faclltles resulting "<'r > / fr'>," '< : (fF \' ..,4 II a,\I"!"
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commendation to the Commanding in a savings of $769,000.The I .. .f" 'j' 1',4. / ( "' >
.General of Fort.Devens .. "
Sergeant is a graduate J'
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Brigadier General John -=-
of Crescent City, Florida: High
H. Cushman, in appreciation
School.
of the boys generosity. In the NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE BUNNELL,;'FLORIDA
His wife, Carmen, .Is the .
letter Dr. Rabkin complemented daughter of Edgar Dunaway
the.soldier on his excellent of Merced Calif.

entertainment which the .. ..
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enjoyed very much. I
Charles Knox, son of Mr.
(.0-)
ASSIGNED. TO FT. GORDON and Mrs. Buddy Knox of Bun- .....
nell, has been promoted to f fck* '
SP4 Boyce C. Atkinson is Specialist' Fourth Class. I
now stationed at Fort Gordon, SP/4 Knox Is' serving with OVER
Ga. His new address is: the US Army In Korea. In -a 21 MODUS 1 "'--

SP4 Boyce C. AtkinsonRA letter to his parents, he asked = = : t# :; :
14.9699.194 them to thank everyone back : :

USA -' HSTC Ward C No.14 home for the Christmas cards -..

Ft. Gordon, Ga. 30905 he received. QUALITY r .. e r a' '
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after you see CONSTRUCTION /t

your doctor. I
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bring your ONE SERVICE STOP It's possible'

) prescription. ; to i
at Jim Walter Homes '
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BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY OVER 20 MODELS
& 12 YIA.. If pa"0M properlf, NEED NO CASH.Jim Walter will build your now horn* .n,....... with M down
1f)1tUq I STO-rAY ...w-t ...and YOU o ho flnancot. you can t>. Mr that Ute builds U lnt.ro.to 'In a product ofquality.
Ute .,I..t. ...

Professional.. Bldg. I 1i'ik c ? &j g
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I., -\ ... ;;a 1...h Jim Walter can offer money-saving( advantages, too. When we build (your new
omen IN THr home, (you tell us where to stop btdk! tg. We'll leave the interior unfinished
I loUOwlHOIOCAnOIIS: .. .or we'U.do more-ifs up to you( You do as much of your own interior
finishing as you choose and save on tabor cost$. (Try this with conventional
Orlando Flo. financing.) We'U even furnish the materials you'll need and finance them along
CRAIG FUNERAL :HOME 32808 I with the rest of the(home! :"J *- > *- .
4540 W. Colonial When you're ready( to build, make it easy on yourself.( Build the JlmWaUer way.Hwy. ( .
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.. 'A. H.- CRAIG- Funeral?,.Director'- :aw9gnb; 50 West A lilU! cI f r---------
P., O. Box 1503* n 11i F! su twuucoa. BTJ .
JOHN CAPO. Manager. .)" ? r '. : rt'tIMAIR .... 'Pine -j ''rv"ccrJPd -., '
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BINGO 8:00: P. M. IN Deceased.w1L ItKi JAM Estate H.No.of REED INN -- .1 I


NOTICE 0. I'ltOIIATK
) THE STATE OP FLiORIDA .- ... BAPTIST
TONIGHT (Thursday TO ALL PERSONS INTEUK! BEACH
En IN THE ESTATE OF TIn:
FREE REFRESHMENTS ABOVE-NAMED DECEDENT:: Weekly SermonRev. PLAN HYMN SING
You are notified that a wrlt-
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL ten Instrument purporting to b The public is Invited to a
the last Will of the dE'cedent F. Taylor. Pastoi
-SPONSORED BY- has been admitted to probate i In Oliver Hymn Sing Sunday Feb. 2 at
I this Court. at the Flagler
7:00 m.
I United p.
within Bunnell First
commanded
You are
Disabled American Veterans six: calendar months from thE' Beach First Baptist Church.

date of the first publication ot ChurchA There will be congregational -
Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 this Notice to appear In this Methodist music
and special
I I Court and show cause. If possible l- singing

: NO MINORS ALLOWED why the action of this, Court JUDGEMENTIt will be presented.
i In admitting the Will to probate
should not stand unrevoked.
(SEAL,) 1T Is most difficult to keep CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
K. McKnlght
County Judge Flagler ones "cool" In these days. The

County. Florida world gets more complex all LESSON SERMON

i f :- ON TIME First Jan.publication 23 30. Feb.on Jan.6. 13.23.4to of the time. Therefore, the SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 2

0 I ,
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:I 10 '.IU1AI: AUVKHTISEMENTIN !' < more complex with the com "O continue thy loving
CERTIFICATESMINIMUM
-THE- COIT TY .MJOOI" ing of each day. In times past kindness unto them that know

COUnT FLAnLEIl COUNT America was not as populousand fhee; ,and thy rlghtousness
t $3.000-90 DAYS K 1.0 It II)A "
VOLUS.A IN IMtOIIATE' No. 873 consequently it was easier to the upright in heart. These'

COUNTY RENEWABLE'AUTOMATICALLY IN, RE Estate of to divide and separate Various words from Psalms are part of

I NATIONAL Deceased.RAPHAEL, STURMAN. groups of people, and this week's Bible Lesson Sermon

BANK Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada NOTICE FOIl FINAI OF ....niHCIIAIlQEAIIMIIVISTIIATIHX.,INO1T.T.ON 0... schools of thought. Today the titled "Love." It will be

: pressure of Interpersonal relations read in Christian Science

Ormond Beach. FloridaFlagler NOTICE is hereby given that is our greatest prob. churches throughout the
I have filed my final returns as
this Sunday. Christian
administratrix of the estate of world
RAPHAEL STURMAN. deceased lem.The services in this area
ill 1 I 111111111111111111111 i i 11111111111]1111111111111"'IIII!11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 i 111111111111111''III1I nit, ; that. I have filed my petition best way to meet a Science held at First Church of

for distribution and-for final discharge problem is 1o accept the are
and that on 31 Jantiai Christ Scientist, Daytona
!"69. I will apply to the Honorable problem and then begin to do Beach, located at 137 Live
T. K. McKnight County something about it. Archaic
Florida Oak Avenue and First Churchof
Insurance Judge of Flagler County. ,
County for approval of said ftnal. thought has fossilized our Christ Scientist. Ormond
returns and for an order of distribution hearts ino thinking that a retreat
and for final dlscharF( Beach located at 100 North
as administratrix of the estate- into the pastor that an Halifax Drive. .
Agency Inc. of RAPHAEL STURMAN. deceai ostrich attitude of buryingour
Services are at 11 a. m. and
the problem '
ed.Dated heads from
: 7 January 1969. is welcome.
/Margaret S. Marshall will eliminate the danger. It everyone

All Forms of Insurance Administratrix.: .. (with intestinal
Jan. 9. 16. 23. 30. 4tc. takes people- DIRECTORYSomeone
fortitude to be able to do Justice CHURCH

305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN in changing times and asked us the other

Hvmnell, Florida 32010hFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS THE CIIICUIT COURT FO1FL.AGl.EIt \ never lose sight of God's day why we did not publishthe

DA COUNTY FL.OHI truth and justice. Church Directory each

CIVIL ACTION NO 492 The wheels of history turn week. Our reply was that we

V"I.!I.i I.- a... ESTRELLA Division E YOUNG. slowly, but surely. America would be glad to do so, but,

LEGAL AOVEltTISiflMfeiNTNOTICE Plaintiff, needs God as never before In found it was so out of date

JOHN YOUNG.VIII. our history. Have we lost the that we doubted its value.

OF INTENT TO IIEO"ISTEIl Defendant. sight of God and his salvation If the churches would assume -
h le-fpf t FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF SUIT
tight tatuteo8bS.O9cthe Florid TO: JOHN YOUNG ? "Run to and fro throughthe. the responsibility of

S will 1429 Johnson Street streets of Jerusalem, look keeping'' us informed of
register the Clerk of
the Circuit Court In Flagler YOU Saglnaw.ARE Michigan HEREBY NOTIFIED and take note: Search her changes: of times and actlv-

County. Florida* upon receipt no' that an action for divorce squares to see if you can finda ties we would be happy to
MARC Proof ot J to"ptlon of this been filed against you and
has who does justice publish the Directory as a
tice the following ictltlou. you are required to serve a copyof >> man, one .
name, to-wit: your written defenses. If any and seeks truth; that I may public service.
APPLIED RESEARCH
ASSO-. to It on Plaintiffs Attorney. "
Jeremiah 5:1.
under which hey is LAWRENCE W. BORNS. whose pardon her, Editor -
engaged In address Is 412 North Halifax -
the operation, of socio-economic Daytona Beach. Florida,
research. and: design of recrea- Avenue.and file the, original with the BUNNELL HOSPITAL
.tlonal facilities and all other, Clerk of ''the, abovestyled court NEW LABORATORY AT I
i things' incidental thereto. The
on or before:the 24th day of Februarys -
address of said business Is P. O. otherwise Judgment
1969, a
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Box 726, Flaglbr Beach Flagler may :be entered against i iyoq
-- County Florida and the undersigned for the relief demanded In
t.fi THE SEVENTH JUDICiAI.fI la the only_ personinter- thw Comnlalnt for Petition.
] CIIICUIT COURT. IN ANU ested In said business. .'J WtTNESS my hand and the
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[fI loll FL.AQL.Elt COUNTY Robert H. Burns seal 'Of said. Court on this 17th
FL.OIlir>A. Sworn to and subscribed be- \
( CAR NO. DIV. 4fMI-D tore me this 20 day of January day of GEORGE vl'MOODYas .

DORIS E. BERGERON. 1969. Clerk of the Circuit :
i :Plaintiff Evelyn Winched Court i' &
I vs. Notary Public State of Florida M. Moody-
AUL Lk BERGERON. at Lar.re. My commlllsion expires OmcialCourt Seal) : SZA

i Defendant. Nov. 13. 1969. ( Jan. 23 .3 0. Feb. 6, 13. 4tc
Richard". Schwartz ,
NOTICE OK SUIT .
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TO': Paul I*. Bergeron Attorney for Applicant
357 Portland Street 200 S. Rldarewood Ave. YI'O": ... ADVY1l1TiaEMEVT, ,
Berlin. Coos County Daytona Beach Florida 32014. +
/ New Hampshire Jan. 23. 80. Feb. 6. 13. 4tc se.a IlEaUEST FOIl :RIDS
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED bids will be received I in .
.... .. office of the City Clerk of .
that an action for divorce : "I. wtVeiITIS.MENTNOTICE the :a. '
,
has been filed against you and -- City of Bunnell. Florida In the >
OF INTENTION TO Center Building until' 4:30P.
you are required to serve a copy Civic
of your written defenses. If any, IlEGIATEIt FICTITIOUS NAME M. on the 3rd day of February -
to It on GIL.L.ESPIE AND GIL.L.- In compliance with| House Bill A. D.. ::6afl<::; TI.J
ESPIE. attorneys for Plaintiff No. 1175. ,Chapter 20953. LAWS of Bate of a 9 : -
:whose address Is 233 North Florida. Acts of 1941.' as amended tic Variable Weight Tandem
Causeway New Smvrna Beach. the undersigned will register Roller 3.5 ton with two-speed
Florida 32069. and file the original with the Clerk of the Circuit transmission which can be inspected A
with the Clerk of the above at the City shed.
styled Court on or before March The City Commissioners reserve -
3. 1989; otherwise a judgmentmay of U biI'cayo.rl.f' thl" notice the the right to reject any and
be ,entered against you for ii name: all bids and to accept the bid n"mnmnnMrs.
the relief demanded In the Com- Toronto Motor Court. 1820 S; Atlantic that: In its judgment will be for in.
work
plaint..'. '.i (AlA) located at Flagler the: best Interest of the City of Mary Brown R. N. Technician, Is shown at :
WITNESS mv hand and seal Beach. Florida. under which (I) Bunnell. Bunnell General Hospital. The spacious new
ft said Court on the 24th day otJanuar will engage In the business of Witness my hand and official new laboratory at
:,-' A. D; operating a motel and that the seal this 20th day .of January laboratory was only recently completed. It has a network of
!f !or re. M. Moody undersigned Is the only person A. D. 1969. blood drawing table on three
'*; As. Clerk of the Circuit Interested In said business.Dated /a/ C. B. Elsenbach Mayor built-in cabinets work tables' and
at Bunnell Florida this of Bunnell. Florida
City ,
Court .
; 33th:: day Jnn arw A D. 1969. (REAL) sides of the laboratory.
".JSEAL. Bv: Julia n Harvey ,T R. ("VsimnfMas ATTEST: The laboratory Is equipped to do work In) blood chemistry
As- Deputy CMerk .''''''i Motor: Court) /'Barbara C. McCabe

/,;" Jan. 30. 4tc.IV .. T nx 266Flagler Fla. City Clerk Jan. 30 Itc blood count bacteriology and blood banking.

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CIVIL...ACT 'OW Nn. 4K7-A IN AND FOR KL.AOL.EIt TO: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
; ANNIE r-V Ri"n "WRIGHT. COUNTY. FI.OIlinA.VWOnATE Yoy will take notice that.'the
Plaintiff; No. POO undersigned petitioners wlll.onFebruary
IN FW ,Estate of 3 1969, at 9j30; A. M.
LUTHER JTE'4RY1WRIGHT.. WILLIAM H.. REED. make application to the Board of ,.,aka.
ru
Defendant. Deceased. County Commissioners of Flagler r ? > r kiY
,)VOUCH NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll County Florida to vacate In
,NO..r.Mq AI"'FAIt part the following described
of WILLIAM H.
tATTHER HENRY RIGHT creditors nbdlvlslon In. Flagler County
TO:
27 November
REED who died on R
:. Residence UnknnwnYnT7 Florida:
resident of
while
HEREBY NOTIFIED 1968 a
ARC
CHES-MON-ACK" SUBDIVISION
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for Divorce Fiairler County. Florida are notified -
romplalnt
that a of Flagler County.
required to
and that they are
has been filed nralnftt you. demands that Florida, recbrded in' Plat
file claims or
I a copvof any
-r you are Tdnewer to or serve pleading to they mav have against his Estate Book 2; Pages 32 and A32of

vour' OI'Y\01..I"'t, *o the nlalntlff's' In the Office of the ppH"tvTiidg the public records of
and
the SHAW. P.O. ., arler County .Flor Flagler County. Florida.
nttornev ?- ''.AND B. n.oh.r: all roads and streets therein -
Florida itie. Courthbuse at Bunnell -
,, :R"n-lI.
pe. ee6I calendaror except as' follows:
Floridawithin six
and iflte the: d>lglna1 answer or a. All of Block. 9 of said sub-
nlealn' 1" the of* Court of; "Micatlon of this Notice. Each division.
nfithe.-Circuit Florid. on or '.lwl.-w. or rtep..n" must he In h. Lots l-ll Inclusive.. Block ?
Flakier! CVMinfv.. Hay.of.February. writin4'AnA ,\1-" 'In ftun1l"t.. 8 of said subdivision. and'
befnse'the'-lOth ., c. Lots 1-lrt"Inclusive
>"rt must" state" th" place of res-
IfA) <>.. .n.t.nffl addr.sa
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btaken 1Aenee C:e
ord"r'nt o>f"nit "III 12 .of said subdivision.d. .
de- .*... elel".eet nr." h.nm to *tvthe
*. for the f.lief| All Washington Street
agaljhs "Pi ;
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.r-omn1..lnt '.*l.itri" it h**> went or 'hleeons"v ._----- -
**! 'n the ,. all of Lake Shore Drive t
man 't 1 oi- |It will become void :
Pouijty D. TF.1A.-.";.,...of....'.i"'Dnnnejl..FiIg1e1. this' 3rd day.J.t .,(../.*.O.......,.. *o la-. v ..-- _-r-AporoxImately Fern-'Drlve' 'presently 1200 In use lf Mrs. Shirley: Chambers R. N. Technician 'Is shown at the
"r. T .T- lA. 10(91 -
Janl ui'''" 1 nee -' : pot ,Tn1fe ; Tllro.y. ; and hereafter angling Into microscope In the Bunnell General Hospital 'labbratory.. Mrs..
r.nr+'nr"--M. MoonYrlerk". .. nIl'tLe Ee- -!" ,an undedlcated road to the with
r1.-..u-r''nutt. 'FlagierCountvPlnIA. .-: AAmin/e.e-1' _. Southeast. Chambers and Mrs. Brown are both licensed .technicians<<
.. __' '.f' .;J.: teeof U11'.TrTA1bt'! 1H.fe ._ 'mr.LANDArlE PLANTATION

( "". 4**""". ). .. ; -.. ". '; '. :...._. :Tl'11. nl,4w'te..ASed r r -4 : .rl .' IN('*. the State Board of Health.'

Rv JCitb'n rl.rk 1*. Emery.. --. _/ ....-,-,... 'yo.- see. ... .p.- ..,. President By /../ Rose M. Brown. Dr. Nelson Murray, Consulting pathologist'o'm Jackson

y.FT.ATT Tennty') n. HAW "n..q"etl.......... S'loefI...- ..+....Oea1A.t '.,1.........,<( teof \ vllle makes; regular routine visits ,to.the Bunnell. General" : "$,
P. n.no" !** / -.... 'r..U..tln" nn .T"n. 23. /s/ Ollle Mae: Brown. '
n.Attorney .
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Florida jretary.
TJu nn..lI. .,064, 23.\30.. 2tc ? .
Pleln/lff. Jan. \ .
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7- .FLAGLER TRIBUNE TIIUHS... JANUARY 3?, 1969pFSPORTS. TO COMPETE IN DISTRICT TOURNAMENT IN BUNNELLr
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BUNNELL 75:

ST. JOE 68

NOTES The Bunnell Varsity Boys
team participated In a very

BUNNELL WINS exciting game Friday night nr et
when they beat St. Joseph
. TWO FROM PIERSON Academy of St. Augustine by
a score of 75 to 68. t F 4
The*, Bunnell Bulldogs Varsity
The
game was very close
and
girls boys won two
thru
all
four
quarters. The
decisive victories over Pierson
.. halftime score ,was 33 to 32
here Tuesday night. The Bun for
Bunnell.
The third
quarter
nell girls won their tenth
score was 50 to 49 for Bun-
straight victory by 63.34 score
with all girls playing In the oiell.With
game. Lula Jones scored 36 four minutes left to
points for Bunnell. play In the game, Bunnellwas
Coach Jack Hardin's Varsity one point behind, but the
squad ran up an 86.66 victory final spurt of play gave the
over Pierson with Joe Bunnell cagers a seven point
Burnham and David Farmer victory. Coach Jack Ilardln
racking up 25 and 23 points said St. Joseph was a vastly
improved team since Bunnell
respectively. last played them.

THREE GAMES FRIDAY This victory gave Bunnella
9.4 record for the season
Coach Sarlta Bradley will and a 6-1 conference record.
take the Bunnell girls to Key- Baldwin Is the only conference The Clay County High School Varsity Basketball Team from Green Cove Springs will 'come
stone Heights for a game team that has defeated the to Bunnell to compete In the Northeast Florida Girls Tournament to be held here February 13. I IMEWI.OO
there Friday at 5:30: p. m. Bulldogs this season. 14 and 15. There will be seven girls teams participating In the tournament.

The Bunnell Varsity and
Jayvees will play Callahan
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A. T>. 169. garage at the Uunnell nigh
'- a- Lyman Gage reported that
/_ Elaenbach. MayorS School Campus.
IIKQUEST FOR nins itvoff Bunnell. Florida the St. AugustineBoy Scouts The Flawler County School
Sealed bids will be receivedIn ( .) Board reaerveathe right to reJect -
the office of the City Clerk of .A/I-I-W T- had a campout on the canal any or all bids and to waive
MEN WANTEDIn the City of Uunnell. Florida In /Barbara C. McCabe near his residence Saturday any Irregularities In the bidding.
the Civic Centor Building, until > ,', AU bids shall be completely
Tills Area 'J'G Train A. City Clerk ,
4:30 I*. M. on the 3rd day ,of J+ 30. Uc, night. Participating'were ,23 o tJ'o sealed end marked eaIAd Did
4p. ..
LIVESTOCK February A. I>. 1969 for epproxInnately ..,_ ,'of: I .. ,? Boy Scouts, and three sc6iit) > \\I'" to +Jourchalle! Hchool DUll", and
',. mailed or delivered to:
tons of' hydrated
t. sJorb. KOItONA RESIDENTSMOTHER leaders' including Ed Kent.i
[ 'lime In t>aga durlni a one '. James O. CraigSuperintendent
'P- year period. Lime to be delivered DIESIN of Schools
BUYER aa needed In quantities not ex- LEUAI. AUVroUTItID31ENTNOTIC. Flttjrler County
ceeding25 tons. Delivery by NEW YORKMrs. Flakier County Courthouse
Learn .0 buy cattle. )! >.;.. truck. Of MAI.R V. O. Box 755
v.Kl and I....... at .Ie'' '..rn.. All prices shall be firm for the Amelia Kruplen 90, Notice la hereby given that Bunnell, Florida 32010
and dlrect. from f.rm.. 'We duration of the contract period. Sayvllle Long Island N. Y.. the KluKler: County School Board ATTEST:
to train men with Klanrler County, will accept sealed !' James O. Craig Superintendentand
prefer
farm or llvewtoelt experlenee.Kor :: Price quoted must be FOB. City died Friday morning after a bide at 10:00: a. m. on the 11th b;x-Otllcio Secretary to the
of Bunnell. plant alte.
local Interviewwrite day or February 1969 for the Klafrler County School Board
The City Commissioners reserve lengthy illness. She was the
and background Bale of the followingdescribed Flagler County. Florida r
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age National Inatltute the right to reject any and all mother of Mrs. Charles Kran- Item: (SBAL)
to l..kln... llox lttO.13.Cleveland. bids and to accept the bid thatIn .Hchoot Bus Ho. 11. 60 capacIty. Myrtle C. -nice, Chairman
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Ohio 44118. Its judgment will be' for the. of Korona. 195B Ford. 8 cylinders. Klagrler County SchoolDoard'
beat Interest of, .. the City of Dun Mrs. Kranski left Friday'for Model B80t.
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