The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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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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s 1"" ITTRayonieri No Action TakenTo .

i I Make ., Reopen Beach

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Announcement' and CarverThe

+:;:: ." It is expected that an announcement -
"'f\ ':.1 will. be made by School Board met Tuesday -

c.. '.:f'' ITT-Rayonler Monday afternoon In' an all day'- session but
concerning the development took !no action on reopening
of the nearly 19,000 Flagler Beach and Carver .
;, I' acres woodland:;' and ocean Schools. At the April meeting

'.'. front property they have pur it was voted to consolidate'
chased in Flagler County both schools'. on one campus '

;'I.; during the past, six months, at 'BimrielL.
r. : plus approximately 70,000 I Superintendent Jim Craig :
''t"- acres already/owned in Flag- reported that, since withdrawing

"' ler.,:and'.St- Johns counties. the legislation which .
," ..The"announcement' 'will,'bg, would provide the;! method of '?
t-'t". made to;; Florida State'' Officials obtaining funds to 'effect the. : +

:''r'''. '1 Flagler County Officials,' consolidation there simply I
r To. various members of the legis. ''were not sufficient classrooms

... 1 lature, Flagler Chamber of ? 1 Ns 1 1 : f ;e at Bunnell to consolidate all:. I I
".,'.,., Commerce directors; .'-',other three schools.
S business representatives and Craig said it would be up
,? ) the press at a party to be to the School Board to come
held at the Princess .Estate up with a recommended plan
Monday. The affair is*by:) .inVitation -* for the number of schools,!, : 1 r

t.".. ,extended Tby ITT.Ray- and what grades and what
.;' onler of New York. :' / Photo By Ted 'HelnI -, teachers they would assign
i':' It is expected that 'top 'officials BUS 1969, ,HONOR STUDENTSjPictured to the various schools. ,

1,'3rr; ., ) of ITT-Rayonler will l'to' r are Bunnell'High School J.9Q& 'Hpnor Students, Gary Buckles, valedictorian; Previously Board Member :

"",_ be on is hand made.as There'the announcement has been* Terry Rawlins, salutatorian; .Carol' -Lynda.-Townfljend; Colleen, 'Tucker; Robert Creal; Brenda Raymon Tucker had suggest:.
1 : : *"< 1\
ed that some of the
; much local Townsend; Clifford Taylor ,
speculation by
; .. white teachers be assigned to,
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residents!and outside as 'I!!F' ,1' !t4"- .wo;;
press Carver next year with, the anticipation
to what 'will -announced.. ti ::-m- "
that some of the
Included 'in the acreage white children would transferto
:." purchased during' the past Carver "to follow the bet.
six; months were ,the .13,000 "
ter teachers.
r .,:.. acre Le lgh ''tract and plant ,
t 'and-acreage from L.;.E.: Wads. f 4S Y r Craig reported that_ he had
.worth. Fish Estate and Perry presented I the plan to the f
; teachers 'and had asked for .
t' Estate. Official ,records indi-
'cate purchases in excess 'of ; volunteers 'or comments. He
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reported that none of the
:; teachers? indicated a.. .willing ,
: } ness to transfer. No. action
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B. was taken on the Tucker: plan.
f T-o Pr dtWifh": iIjoXol Board Member Alan'
-, 'Ne S& f'St. 3ohns C unty'"had't:
,, b been Invited. to,, .
Land Purchase '* the- Board''to outline plans St.. '

1 The Flagler 'Beach City Johns County was making
Commission ,authorized the relative to HEW requirements,
but he did not attend the
City' Attorney to proceed with '
the necessary contract on meeting.
purchasing ocean front prop. Craig recommended that the
.. erty east of'Hwy. A-l-A in Board officially notify HEW
the Fuquay Subdivision for that they Would not be able' .
$20,000 at their meeting to comply with the previously
Thursday night. The'contractsare submitted plan for total consolidation -

between the property due to the lack of .
";'t+ owner D. F. Fuquay' The Flor. classroom space at one school
Ida State Outdoor Recreation site. The Board ordered the( notification
; Committee, Tallahassee' and submitted..
it I >}} ,- the City of Flagler Beach. The rhoto By Ted Heln Craig stated that he could
'... city plans to purchase the not work ,on the budget until
ch I i.y.' ''property through the cooperation 1st Row; Warren Moore III, David Johnson, Cynthia Smith, Wylene Horne, Lulu Jones, El- he knew how many schools
kr w -- of' the State Committeeand nora Emanuel, Evelyn Cooler, Kathy Bourne, Eddie Waugh.2nd and how' many teachers he

'annual payments of Row: Charles Herr, Genece Minshew, Terry Rawlins, Carol Townsend, Colleen Tucker, would have to provide for in
$1000 will be 'paid to the Robert Creal, Brenda Townsend Mary Ann Stef lik,.George Allen III. the 1969.70 school year. He' '
I State Outdoor Recr atlon'Committee said he riot
for the property. Back Row: John Cook, John ''Taylor, James McNab, Mike Robinson, Bill Harris Jean Har- maintenance could do work any summer until
In other business bert, Janet Cook.: .
Thursday he had some idea of what
night, the commission f Not pictured, Gary Buckles, Clifford Taylor, John Cody, Cece Eberhardinger, David Farmer, the budget would be.

;; PASSED an ordinance 'levying Lillie, Hall, Cynthia Harper Saul Irvin, Tommy. Jefferson, Larry Johnson Hal ,King, John Me- Craig outlined other budget

',) a tax of two percent of Daniel, Matthew Neal, James Robertson, Alfred Shellman, Barbara Thomas, Nettie Thomas, RachelThomas problems as being the fact

gross receipts on fire"and, Warren Williams, Frankie Wilson. r that the Board could anticipate

S r ..... windstorm monies will Insurance.be refunded The to Bunnell; two sisters Mrs. El- J SCHOOL SUMMER loss of over $5OOOO that federal ,
plus the fact
.the city. There will be a public oIse Alexander Sheffield, Ala.$;, LOCAL THEATRETO -. PROGRAM the state money had cut$30,000 funds
hearing on the ordinance. and Mrs. Pauline Dean/Tall- REOPENMike off the
ANNOUNCED during present budget
4 June : ahassee three brothers John .
19 at' 7:30: p. m. ; dUe'to ',
PASSED ordinance pro HannAh Florence.Ala.. .; 'Ed.. O'Brien will be the Registration for School ,Summer year change in attendance

viding for the .condemnation, ward Hannah, and Woodrow owner and operator of the Program will be held at School patterns.,
'demolition and'' .removal of Hannah, both of Rogerville, redecorated theatre when it Bunnell High School Gymnasium Board Attorney
f 'd according at 8:30a., m., Monday, Charles Tindell stated that
buildings and structures on Ala. opens about ,July 1st;
June 16 h according to Coach the Board would not be legally
servicesx'were announcement made
private property which are Funeral Mon. to an .
Jack director of entitled to surplus com-
'unsafe morning'at 10:00 at the last week. Hardin summer
or injurious public day : modUles and federal school '
health and safety. June 19 at Bunnell First United Metho lie said the building is being program. lunch
7:30: pj m. was the date set dist Church. 'The Rev Oliver repainted and, redecorated -, .Registration for the Summer funds next, year due to .
non-compliance in
will be held Integration
_for'.the public hearing;< Taylor terment, pastor was at, officiated Eden Ceme;. In>- reconditioned.and the seating.'The name Is being of at Reading Bunnell Program High School Library but, that it might be'

.- at' 9 a m. Monday, June some time before action was
Crescent \ the .enterprise will be %
MARK HANNAH tery, 'City.. new '16th. taken to cut off the commodr .
PASSED' AWAYTHURSDAY' Pallbearers were' Cliff "Bunnell Activities to be directed at tties and monies.
Thompson:Franklin 9 utter", O'Brien said'the theatre 0'j '/
Bunnell School mod.
.Richard ''McNeil, James Whit-; r will feature family entertain. are
Mark Hannah, .62; West aker,, Ben Sparkmah and*G;' ment. ."It will be the only "'" ern dance, dramatics, golf, MRS. GUILIETTIDIED
Blvd., Bunnell passed ":i'" tennis. archery, basketball,
\ H. Neely. theatre In this area",, he said, TUESDAYIN
away Thursday, June",5 at Or-, Craig. .Funeral Home, Burt "programming full family en. volleyball, and arts and <

mond Memorial Hospital. nell, was_ In charge. ** tertainment".., '. crafts. CONNECTICUTMrs. I
He was born in Rogerville, Activities to be directed at
Alabama and moved to Bun ) '.( He said'' they will have Carver will be basketball. Luta Guiliettl, former

nell,, 10 years 'ago from Crescent -' '. 'J ri T f21! 81 "f merchants. :night housewives' Softball for'boys under..14, andvolleybalJ. Beverly Beach Mayor, died
?ides t ,and kiddies' '' '
City Florida. He operated -* : ,' theatre parties at a Rockville Conn, hospital _
Hannah's Shell. Service* LOW: j i Saturday morning) matinees. .Girls softbalt" 'and little after a lengthy illness.- :' -,
Station at Interstate/,95. 'and : :, ,Stereo music' .will ,benplayed. league baseball'series\ : are already r Mrs. Guiliettl, a resident of ', :
.State.Road 40'lIe'walt'a.mem: # 12' 63O6:54: ..12:24: 12:18. during intermission;> i underway at ,the civic'' 'Beverly Beach ;'or. a number ,

bet.of. the Methodist Church; '13 7:12 7:36: '1:06.12:54; O'Brien has been (associated playground: .'. .' of, years was, Committee'

'Survivors_ Include an Mrs. Doris McNeili1; 15 J :8:36'cjB:54$224: : ; 2:12, time; even though'' he Is"a: pate In the Dreading: and activ- Party; ? :
Memphis, Tenn.;'' two stepsons 16 9:12'' "'9:3O 3:00,2:48, young man, he has had seventeen -" 'Ity program W the two schools Survivors Include :a',' ..son ,"
Thomas Robertson and 17 9:54 10:06 3:36: 3:24 years experience In a surged to register so that John of Connecticut and' a
James Robertson, both of 18 10:30 10:48:18 4:06: theatre work. th ey may participate. I II. daughter Neva, of New York. "

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mitt' 3Jfluglrr tZTrtlmnrINCORPOUATHID Entered ..'' second class matter 2 THE FUIGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JUNE l2.'1969:

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Flagler County Is today losing one of Its most faithful public

servants as The Reverend Oliver Taylor' and his family, are U. S. D., A. ChoiceCHUCK
transferred to Brevard County.

,Although ,this writer is not a Methodist, he has had the STEAK '. lb. 6S
opportunity to have had many pleasant associations with Rev
erend Taylor. And, those associations and observatlon* have
revealed the dedicated service he has rendered his church and

f community.
He was a regular contributor to The 'Flagler Tribune with <
his Weekly Sermon. It was' always concise, to the, point, well ALL MEAT STEW Ib. 78
written and always presented In typewritten form ahead, of the
'iine. His Thursday short sermons will be missed by many '

readers. Lean Western i

Reverend Taylor was Interested in community affairs and .i ,
was an active member of Bunnell Lions Club. He may have'hadto 5S
turn his head a time or two when we had a "Quarter Lottery"to :
raise money for eyesight, projects;',but he had the !sense of
humor which permitted him to accept us as men who enjoyedfun
while serving. v _... _
Streak I.yke's "Sugur Creek" ALL MEAT I
He was much loved and respected by the ,people ,of his
church. His workwas fruitful. We have heard many Methodists ''WHITE BACON ,
comment how they had appreciated him'and how he would 29
be missed. lb. 53e jigs.f

Reverend and Mrs.,Taylor were active in PTA work fit Bun I I Each 45c.)
nell High School. This writer served on committees and executive -( '
council with Mrs. Taylor. She was always there ,and will. l. Fresh, Florida, Grade "A" D & D 2.21/4 'lb. Avg. WHOLE
Ing to doi,her part."The Taylors were an active part of the groupof '
parents that arranged for the Senior Prom.I II FOR

The pastor was deeply concerned about problems of the 3 $229

community particularly as they affected our 'fine youth. We had '((79c Each) ,
many discussions with him. ,We believe the summation of his

concern was, expressed in the baccalaureate sermon which- he .
so ably delivered last week.

'While the Taylors will',be greatly missed in Flagler we feel I' ZUBER'S Smoked lb.I.
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sure ''that Eau Gallic :will be much better off. for their I having_ PURE PORK Sausage 69J

moved into their midst.. ;

John A. Clegg Van
Camp's No. 300 CanNDK

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LETTER TO. THE. EDITOR. : given a "zero" rating yet ,Mr.
Craig had mentioned only a .,'
Ed. Note Even Mrs.t O'Sage No. *
: though few minor,things wrong withit 2 / Can

an Lehr"avid". is not reader a subscriber of The 'Tri nor meeting, I was had,wondering been called why the at PEACHES :3, For 89'e 3 'i& 39C:
to her
bune we are glad give the school. One ''got the feeling -'
letter in reply to our recent ,that the place might be Miracle Whip Quart ,Jar
editorial the' remainder of unsafe for such a large gath- SALAD Ea. Limit 1 with<$5.00 or more food order
space on our editorial page. ering. It Just might have come DRESSING 59*
JAG crashing down upon us,all.
In answer, to the editorialIn What/ puzzles me is what Big Chief
The Tribune dated May the Board member meant by l MRS. FILBERT'S
8th may I say that I was not saying "not to worry becauseMr. ?N RICE 4 Bag 49e '
attending the meeting in the Craig said everythingwas ,
Flagler Beach School uninvit taken care of". This was 24 oz. Bottle OLEO
stated: before ,the meeting began
ed. I'm sure others were also Ea.
Invited by the P. T. A. However so it seemed ,to me the CRISCO OIL 49cFOLGER'S
if not, public schoolsare public had no say iri the matter Ibs. -
open to the public and I from the 'very beginning. 2 49-
"silent"partners L ( Qtr) ,
believe anyone may attend a Maybe we are Just
meeting in them without any who are only taxpayers. ,
feeling of guilt The Board will do as they '
see fit-whether that fits the
As for some of the issues
the majority of the people Is .
discussed I'd like'tosay
or argued FROZEN FOODS
of no consequence.If -
that on the one
concerning accreditation it is a political Issue as I Tin 47c
people fear then let Frosty
many me Acres "SLICED" 10
which was where I "blew my oz. Pkg.
it's too bad indeed when
I cool" let me say this. Whetherthe politics dominates education. Limit 1 with,$5.00'o more'food order STRAWBERRIES For
superintedent held In his 49e
Why do I wonder whether it's
hand' the state standards I
political? In going about the Sara Lee ALL BUTTER"
did not tell him "He did not 12 oz. Size .
know ,what he was ,talking community of Flagler Beach FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE Each
about", Yet to my knowledge one hears a great deal. If you're 69C
not -'talking when
' you ,
:- not another person discussedit Firm Ripe -
should be
listening" the
So I I
assume was guilty
:' of that charge. If so, 'let me, saying deal. And goes with you$250,000 learn a as great an, TOMATOES Ib 29* RED & WHITEDETERGENT
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publicly apologize to Mr: Issue
who would'nt'talk
N Craig, even though I did not, ? Juicy SweetPEACliES' .
i' accuse him of that. If It ""was Regardless of where that : i
amount is to be lb '
It does
spent Giant
J misinterpreted I'm truly sorer
come from tax dollars. A 19c *
ry, as I had no Intention to ; Size 39
quarter of million dollars -
; I belittle "the man with the answers Isn't "chicken feed". Tender t
:\ in the book".
J lb. Limit '
r.I. j Really, much 'of what we Sincerely, BLACKEYE'PEAS lge: 1 with $5.00 or more food. order
had heard from the book .- .",...-.' :. ,
t hadn't meant a great deal. On Edna R. Lejir I

t.; hearing'the building had been Flagler Beach .'...... ,
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to.* 305 East" Moody Blvd.t- Phone 4373171ttunnell III'1"

'::' .. Florida.32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS 8-00a.m.-I OPEN SUNDAYS p.m. Phone, 437-3227.

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I HIGH HONORS Opens 5th'SeasonSaturday III nws ImJ CATHOLIC. CHURCHES..

Jesse II. McKnight*III 'son ._ ).. ..
June 21 )J '..." The Rev. Father Anthony.
of Mr.' and Mrs. J. H. Me ." .." .iG-o!;, Ii Leon. Pastor
'Knight, Jr., Flagler Beach '1',"."' '
A cast of 85 persons featuring Sermon
was graduated Magna Cum Weekly ATTENDING CONVENTIONRev. KorbnaSunday
professional actors St. Mary. Church

University Laude from June Florida 7th at State the dancers and singers will appear Methodist Church and Mrs. R. W. Dickertare Mass............ 7:3O'a.: rn.
in Florida's famed Weekday Masses: Monday,
64th annual commencementheld Bunnell First United in New Orleans La. attending
"Cross and Sword" outdoor r the Southern BaptistConvention. Wednesday ,and Friday 8:30: .....
at Doak S. Campbell Pastor .
Rev. Oliver Taylor.
Stadium Tallahassee. Jesse' drama tq open its fifth season a. m. ,
Saturday night June 21st in GOODBY They plan' to return home i
completed thesis Hon.
a type
'theatre Blessed Sacrament Chapel
the St. Augustine ampi
ors Program in English and ',
an Anastasia Island. For about three and one- Flagler Beach
earned his Bachelor of Arts Mass ............9:00 hi.
The cast will include 24, actors half years I have been writ. MEN Sunday a. ,
degree In and Ger
English 17 dancers and 20 singers ing a devotional 'column for Weekday Masses: Tuesday \

man. He has been awarded plus a. number of extras the Flagler' Tribune. It has HONOR PASTOR Thursday and Saturday at .
National Defense Education .,
adults and .youngsters been my pleasure to submit i 9:00 a, m.Catechism. ,
Act Fellowship,for three years directors and theatre!; techniccans. these 'weekly devotions that AT FISH FRY Classes. 3:00: p. m. _
toward Phil
study Doctor'of
,osophy degree In English at you may share my witness of The Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Tuesday.St.
Auburn The leading' role. that of God's love In my life. Manyof Taylor were honored guestsat "
Alabama.'University; Auburn Don Pedro Menendez founderof you know me personally a fish fry Monday night Stephens Bunnell t.

St. Augustine in 1565 and but some of you are acquaint. given ,by the Methodist Men Sunday Mass.10:30: a. m. \

SIX RESIDENTS the. highest ranking,officer of ed with me only through this at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Catechism Classes: 3 ,p. m. ,

his day in the Spanish Navy column. This will be my final Troy Taylor. The Rev. and Tuesday. ;
RECEIVE DIPLOMASAT will be played by Philip column.. Mrs. Taylor and children are Confessions before all masses.

,MAINLANDSix Pleasants Lanier, of Enterprise Today. June 12 I will leave leaving June 12 for Eau Gallie Weekday Devotion: Novenato

Flagler County residents Alabama. Bunnell' for a new assign. where he has been assignedas Our Lady Wednesday and j'

received diplomas at John Chase, of Chapel Hill, ment. The church has 'assign pastor of ,the Emanuel Saturday after Mass. v

the Mainland High School North Carolina will appearin ed me as pastor,of the Emanuel Methodist Church. "

Graduation Exercises In the the dual roles of King United Methodist ChurchIn About forty members and Community Memorial .

school auditorium Thursday Philip II and Captain Alba- EauGallie. Friendships are their families, attended. Church '
Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach .
night June 5 at Daytona to be cherished and this I will '
rez.Thomas Reverend R. W. Pastor
Beach. P. Rahner of St. Dickert.;
Augustine, who has directed do. COMPLETES COURSEAT Sunday ,School ._....______9:45
'Diplomas were' awarded to since its in. I thank you for your kind Worship Service .._.._...._...11:00
Wayne Allman 'Maria Hugas the attention in response to these DBJC Ladies Guild Last :
Knight John Lee Jarosz, Nancy ception will serve in the same devotional. May God's bless. Thursday
of each month at 2 m.
for the fifth seasonof Two Bunnell residents p.
Hargett Miller, Sarah capacity Ings'attend each and every
"Cross and Sword". Rah Edythe Damron and Beatrice
Choate Salyerds and Carla one of you throughout your
Tucker Taylor. ner who heads !the arts department life. "The Lord watch be. Jordon, have recently com- First Baptist Church

of Flagler College tween you and me when we plted the '81 hour executive Rev. Charles Anders.. Pastor

Is'widely known 'for his ability are absent one from the oth housekeeping training ''courseat Moody Boulevard- Bunnell

as a director and producer.The er." Genesis 31:49.: the school of applied Sunday School.945 a. m.
jFor Fast Results St. Augustine ampitheatre science at Daytona Beach Worship, Service..11:00: a. m.

built in 1964 specificallyto ;Junior College. Evening Worship.,._.6:30, p. m.
| READ and USE house "Cross and Sword", SUNDAY Y SERVICES Adult Choir Rehearsal...:;....7:30

has received a major facelift Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
THE WANT t ADSREGULARLY I ing. A number of platformson CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MondayYWA _

the 5,000-foot seven''-level CHURCHES. JUNE. 15 ,EMOTIONALDRIVERS : 8 p. m 1st and 3rd
stage have ,been taken out Monday
and the general I stage 'has *'God the Preserver of Man", ,';; Prayer' Meeting:' 7:30 p. m.
been moved closer the audi is the subject of this week's DANGEROUSAn' 1'- Wednesday

ence. A great ideal" of newsceneryliassbeen Bible Lesson-Sermon which Junior Choir: 3:30 p. m.

3 Gallons Latex $5.75 : constricted ,will, be. heard Sunday in: all emotionally disturbed Thursday'

Freer t Cholee of TO C..**ni for;the :2.000 seat.ampitheatre. Christian Science Churches., 'driver may be headed for an
J "Cross and Sword'?;, is spon ;The Lord: shall deliver me ambulance cot rather than a, First United Methodist

OMANSrlor sored by, Florida's Cross and from every evil work and psychiatrists's couch the 'Florida Lambert Avenues Bunnell ,

PAINT FACTORY Sword, Inc. a ,state-,chartered, will preserve me 'unto- his Highway Patrol said :to Rev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor

1820 NOVA ROAn 'non-profit organization and, heavenly. kingdom: to whombe Sunday SchooL..9:45: al: m.

Ormond. Phone Reach 6'17'-1'I02d- W-O.3O: was written by P Utzer'. Play glory for ever "and: :ever." day.Colonel H. N. Kirkman Director Worship Service..._.11:00,a..m.

.. :Wright Paul preen to depict This verse from II. Timothy", ,* -is of the Department':of .Youth Choir Rehearsal: ,6:45.
Mr .. '
rc 1 :;: '
.11' Text.
a'h'' emotionally intense the Golden : .
Public Safety,.sald, "There,are p. m. WednesdayjChlldrens .
human story',of the founding A correlative, passage from several types of emotionally ,Choir Rehearsal: .,

// ; of Spanish ,Florida; by Menen Science and Health"with Key dangerous drivers. Each is a 2nd and 4th, Thursday at 3 ''i

Why dez and his band of settlers. to the Scriptures by Mary: menace to the safety,of other 3 p.. m. :. ,

The play is a restatement Baker' Eddy explains:: "The drivers and they usually fall MYF"_ :..,2nd arid 4th Sundays.
TheChristian, t of,.American Ideals and is pre- divine Mind that made man realize.the hazards of their 6:30: p. 'rn.; "

sented in, colorful costumes mantalns His own image and. driving until it is too late. WSCS: 1st' Wednesday

Indian, folk, interpretativeand likeness."." The Patrol commander said 9 a. m. .
.. classical dances, choral Services at Christian ,Science '
) : .J the most; dangerous of these Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
music and'striking pageantry Churches are open to all. .
., are: the egotist'who Is a self- p.
interwoven with comedyto centered selfish drivers the Methodist Men: .3rd :Wednes-.
Science: '. ?
round ',
out the'story of
( day at 7:15 m. '
America's birth. COMMUNITY:; CHURCH > Over motional driver; who -Is p. .
Immature' and unable to
Monitor ,'The play 'will run nightly SERMON 'TOPICS ." trol his emotions behind the Flagler Beach United
through August 31st with the
wheel the rationalizing driver Methodist ChurchDR.
exception of Thursday and is The Rev. R. W. Dickert, ;
who fails to see facts'as BROWNING
recommends DALLAS,
offered to the general public pastor of Community Memorial
,and will not admit
at a nominal, $2.50 general Church,' Flagler; Beach. PASTOR
his own shortcomings; and Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
admission. will speak on "The Queerest
you read'your Man in 'the Bible" and "Why the show-off, who usualy pos- Church School......._..9OO a. rn.

Jesus ,Had .Long Hair" 'at the sesses all the characteristicsof Morning Worship....10:00 a. m..
the other three plus deliberately
localnewspaper '
11:00: o'clock,morning worship
service Sunday June 15. taking unnecessary PENTECOSTAL

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Bunnell Off Franz St. -
Reverend T. D. Peacock Pastor
Sunday (ISchool..10:00 a. m.
Your local 1 Is a wlde-ranga
newspaper features. Its r Worship Service..._J.1OO: a. m.
newspaper Auto Stereo
emphasis Is on local news. It ,also Tape Players Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m..

reports the major national.and International Worship Serv.....Sun. 7:30 p. m.
news. .


LOCAL PAPER : Rev. Thomas
We specialize In analyzing and Inter- Mably
national and c" ".... Priest In Charge-
preting the Important <
International. news. Our Intention Is .. 'i..> NOW AVAILABLE AT 3 miles east of Bunnell on

to bring the news Into sharper focus. } :' .Zi& Highway. 100 .

i The Monitor has a world-wide staff of -tV.:1.tJf. Morning Worship....10OO: a. m.
of them rank '
correspondents-some \:[ KNOX OIL COMPANYU. Church School.1000 a. m.
among. the world's finest. And the ..
Monitor's Incisive, provocative editorials I \.. Holy Communion first Sundayof .
are.followed lust as closelyby A each month
the men on Capitol Hill as they S. HWY. BUNNELL: ,
'are by'the Intelligent concerned 11 First Baptist ChurchN.

adult on Main Street. Central Ave. Flagler Beach
l,' ',' WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR, ';;ihMISS Seethe new 1969 Borg-Warner Rev.' Max HalL Pastor
You probably know the Monitor's professional .' '
Sunday School..9:45
a. m.
of the McCORT
reputation as one -- %... Worship Service_..11OO
./ world's finest newspapers. Try the Cartable 2800" : a. m.
'''' Monitor; see how it will take you Miss Kathy, Anm McCort f Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
A', v above the average newspaper reader. daughter of 'Mr. and -Mrs. 7 p. m. '

. Just fill out the coupon below.,. Robert McCort of Jacksonville 'PORTABLE, ( ,FOR HOME-CAR USE_ WITH Community Hymn Sing first
------- Maran- Sunday of each month
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May 28. Miss McCort received
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: picas start my Monitor subscription ,for exercises at ,,the "I"' -
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".'.,:Ttt the$_period- .(U.S.funds). Prudential Auditorium.' Complete ''Selection of 8 Track .. ..
:. ;? t'YEAR$24 C&IIIOI'IU'I'$1 j % Those from Bunnell attend CHOICE'ON SUNDAY
."'.t. .' 8 3.months' S3- ing ,the graduation: exercises

,1.*! : .. ... were Mrs. Raymond, '''Smith ', .
N.me .
; ';I''J.,. and Ray Mrs."Wallace Weeks Tapes: . .. $3.99-Up-

t' ,\ ,strut and Elaine Mrs. Vllolce Rau- .. :. : .::1 : / FKxt w.roua

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\ ;., Clty Mrs. Clifford'Rodg rs. SPECIAL TAPES: ORDERED WEEKLY. YOU, '
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FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JUNE 12;" 1969,,,. ;;4.
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BRIDE '\ ....

Miss Barbara Wilson, Fla'gler' ,
Beach, was' chosen to represent I "

the Flagler Senior.CltI ,
Izens Club 'in1 the July 4 Miss ;.1/Hl '
Flagler County Contest when

the club met Tuesday, June _
3 !in !the Flagler Beach :Municipal .

'Hall. The beauty contestis ,

sponsored by the Flagler.. :
Woman's Club.

The group voted to have a

A > picnic June 17 at Bulow ul LJ
'. Ruins State Park. It was, announced .
.cars would leave F

from the Flagler Beach Mu.,
nlcipal Hall at 11:00: Tuesday
morning and 'rides will be
available for' those who do 4/ \

not have transportation.Those .

planning to attend are ..,
asked to bring a lunch, beverage .- :$-t .,

Pr and table service. .
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Mrs. Amelia Krier, Mrs. i r' E k 1 '"
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; >j.
Edith Wekslef and Mrs. Ma- '" r J.P.
k bel Ward were appointed to .
the nominating committee to .. '
present candidates for the .
j j'I 1969.70 annual election of officers -
Mrs. Sam Smith, above, recent bride, was honored at a
to be held, in October.
Tupperware party recently given by Mrs. James H. Minchew at
The club's next meetingwill
;; +.J.. be July 1 at 6 p. m. in her home, Church St., Bunnell.A .

the Municipal Hall. A covered blue and white color scheme was used in the decorations.
dish dinner' will' be served.Lt. .
and refreshments of cake and lemonade served by the hostess.
Miss Allida Tucker graduated with a Bachelor of Science
Commander and Mrs. Appropriate games were played and prize winners were
degree May 29 at Provo, Utah from Brigham Young University
James Babbitt and children Miss Vivian Arnold, Mrs. Joe Arnold, Mrs. Virginia Wyndham,
laude. Miss Tucker majored In and Home
magna cum Housing of Pensacola are visiting at Miss Lady Rodgers, Miss Lesa Knight and Mrs. James Dupont.
I Management and her minor was Food and Nutrition. Flagler Beach with. his father,
: She was valedictorian of the 1969 graduating class of the Arthur Babbitt. Fifteen Invited guests attended.

I College of Family Living at (the university.Miss .

Tucker, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Raymon Tucker, Miss Brenda Tucker, a student -

Haw'Creek Ranch Bunnell attended Bunnell High School and at Brigham Young

received an Associate of Arty degree from the University of University at'' Provo Utah, is
Florida in '1966: spending the \summer vacation -

While attending Brigham Young University she served as wither parents,' Mr. and .
Mrs. Tucker' at Haw
Secretaryof the Animal Science,Club and Omicron Nu 'and wasa .
'Creek Ranch.
member or Sigma Delta Omicron. She, was active. ,in' .- student. I
government: and intramural sports.
Mrs. C. W. DUncan, Flagler
Miss Tucker, 'a 'Home"Ecbnomlst, returned to the university
1 Beach, has as -
June.10 to attend a five-week summer course aftervisiting,her '. ::1
parents' fast:week: { this week her g'gnd:,on, 'Mike'
I Castleman ogiashvalle, Tenn. : :
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p.\ s.
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Mrs. Farris$ McGee and MEMBERS .ATTEND.. J. MjeCABE....,. IS, ,2' _.'. .......' .. ....: :.. ,\jf j 'J
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children left last. week', for h >MM V MlSCHOOL
'. Athens. Ga. to spend two u ; : ;; .T !; .Tv ,OCEAN) F: : ,yx 1 4 X 4efl b I

I' weeks visltirig' 'her mother; 4. '"Nine membersnbftficf Flag- SURPRISED How many car\\:you,.Identify?-The"'above of rr# o"t1lDO earf "-:

f Mrs. Louise webb. i ler Woman's Club. attended ) McCabe City School of 1919 was submitted by RutUS:'Mnler.,' *"'
I Mrs. McGee will attend the the District Six Workshop at Jon (Jack) celebrated .; ; ShoWji jjn

Athens High School Class reunion Eau Gallic'Tuesday, June 3. his birthday .'anniversary the picture are the 21 registered ,.students: qf. the,01ght fgrade':.'' ,.
while there. "- Those attending were- Mrs. ata. surprise"party Fri. school. Ocean 'City was later 'changed to Flagler Beach; '11*!:' '::.

Ralph first, Mrs. Jasper' day night given by his wife 1, ',I' T) < ... .'SBUNNELL
White, ,Mrs. Edwin Hurst, Mrs. Barbara, at the 'Bunnell ,Civic '
Miss Donna Dearing of Harry Treadwell, Mrs..Thomas Center.: Mrs McCabe Indiana spent the LIONS years/ as chaplain ywjth>..Derfect"attendance.lid.i -; "
Springfield. McDermott Mrs. Fred Marks, sisted by Mrs Elizabeth ..
weekend at Flagler Beachvisiting'her"grandmother Miss Flora Smythe-- and Mrs. Lola Mc PAY TRIBUTE TO $;oeen. ":,
Miss. ,
Mrs. Emily Gage active in the -eyesight"conser;*. i .
Gage and Mrs. Lyman Gage. Cabe. The hall was,gally dec- REV. TAYLOR '.
Lucy Dearing. orated With multicolored The Bunnell Lions Club vation program and 'other. .j
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Buck lucky fortune "balloons' crepe passed a resolution at their Lions*' projects. :. "'"

Mrs- Joe Seale and daughter les and children of Moncks paper streamers and brightly luncheon-meeting Tuesday The Rev : Taylor responded:i : ,

Sue Ellen of Clarksville. Corner S. C. are visiting at colored paper-.tf wers. Prizes honoring the Reverend Oliver by saying he had,enjoyed.his .
Mo. are visiting In Bunnell Shell Bluff with :Mr. and Mrs. were awarded.to"fifteen guests Taylor,. who is transferring to work here and would miss .i.
1 with Miss'Janice Seale and Victor Buckles and family and who" received lucky balloons. ''Eau Gallie to assume the pas. Flagler County. He stated he

y Mn and Mrs. Jeff Seale. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Buckles Refreshments and dancingwere torate of the Emanuel Meth. was happy with his new assignment -,
and family. enjoyed ;by'the forty. odist Church.It at Eau Gallle whichhe
. five guests attending the gala. was noted the Rev.,
Guests at the home of Mr. Tay considered a good. promo-
and; Mrs. Jan Spangler, last KAREN CLEGG celebration. ,' lor has served the past two tion. '
I weekend were Mr. and Mrs.. (
s Joe Spangler of Greensboro, CELEBRATES* ... n....n...e.u..,u...u._...._...._...._...._...._...._...._...._..___.Uh__ '.
; N. C.JOEI.LA. 15th BIRTHDAY '. mF.f. iF.f.iF.f.iF.f.iF.f.iF.f.iF.t.iF.ti. flHiWiV i Hifiir.iiir.t.iF.Hiit.iit.HHifif! J

Miss Karen Clegg celebrated : .
JEAN CAJJLEY; her fifteenth birthday 'last SHOP + iif!

Cauley Mr. ,and"Bunnell Mrs., are William parentsof C. Wednesday ty at the Clegg's Beach.at a slumber beach houseat par) Drop Your Laundry Off i COMING JULY 1st M

an eight pound daughter Joining the honoree for the ; Pick-up. Later ,
born Monday, June 2 at Bun., Misses Mary

; nell She General has been Hospital.named Joella Cook celebration,' Helene were Bryan,Meekins"Debbie 20 lbs Washer 35c !III.I .

Johnston, Patty *
Jean .
!, Cauley.+- Charlotte Dodimead and Denise THE GRAND OPENING OF :
\ Tucker. i> !14 Ibs Washer 25c' m.


Mr. and Mrs. John H. Capo, ATTENDS tNS. MEET We Wash RugsAmy's.Lauidry 1i THE 'NEWLY REDECORATEDBunnell III

Bunnell, announce the birthof Mrs. Stella Cauley, Liberty .
a son born Monday, June 9 National Insurance Represen .
; at 5:44 p. m. at Flagler Hospital tative in Flagler County, at- t: .
St. Augustine. .tended the company's Toreh __ 3i 3 e,
He weighed: six pounds at Convention at Myrtle. "" Beach. ,., iti '/, \ >..J;
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birth and has been named .S. C. .
....district: .
j John Hunter Capo. Mrs. Cauley was '' !'''''
leader of sales of the Daytona Bunnell;, FloridaP. -*' m ';

,, CliYDE EDWARD VAUGHN III Beach District. :, S. .Don't- Forget to, I P:1: Cinema: 11 ;

\c Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Vaughn, Wash' f ... \ if: I,
; Jr. of LaGrange,' Ga. are the Miss Sue Ellen?$ n,..New J rn m : '
proud parents of a seven York City is visiting In':Bun. 'Thrift-T: ,<5a )Wash, j il : m "

pound-thirteen ounce sonr nell with her parents, Mr. .. .. 1 .
- born; Friday, June 6 at lOeSS and Mrs'Ddane A., 'De n. j j.L"r t, m. WATCH'THIS: P FORFURTHER'
p. rri. at LaGrange. ;: -- j : .
The sweet potato ,isj ,a'.hleJl.energy" : ''f '
He has ,beentvametl. Clyde, !'ALABAMA*:VISITORS : !ti- P- '"

Edward' Mr, and Vaughn M,z. t IIa Duane'.Jt ':; r'A., l\frsqAf.: : 'j'on"eS'Jr." : and children food thM.contains, andwrhigh good yitanin quantities .INFORMATION m r.

Deen, BunnelJ';: ue' "the" maternal : Kathey 'and, Bert of 'Sal- .i. of minerals.! ., It.is one of ;, : ..1..
grandparents. Mr. ma, Ala. are visiting at Painters the most' complete; .'"foods .ft. ... ;
= .11.. ,_ #
Florida Fruit and i .4 is
and Mrs. Al known .
with Mr. '
Clyde Vaughn, Sr., Umatllla, Hill says II ." *"*.
I .is the 'paternal grandfather. Jones. -' Vegetable Association! ,iiit.iH.HfiHP.tt! ifHfiH! lPim. | | ifHiffiti1Ufit.mifHitP.i1ifiHiF.fi| | |! | | II "" *

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LEGAL -- ---
i: IN TilE COUNTY .JIjUGF.'S before July 21st. 1969: other'
Florida sportsmen will againbe I.KH -COUNTY KI.OIIIOA. agalnat. you for the relief demanded -
IN, rRABATiS I In the complaint. OF Iiiu.1.;
_: able to take ,advantage of WITNESS my hand and aeat '''' ENING '
"one stop' shopping"" when INNrnAsTATFf:: : \ OF of aald Court thla 10th ,dajr' of ) :'"r.rh 'j.lott. f--tt e
LONN1K;. MAJfl SJ'IfUMAIY June "1969. Mt ''' JIagle""IJrlorrda.
'" 'VCountyror, will
INSURANCE TEAM they purchase;.their new 1969. Deceased.NOTICE ,. ;Vs/ . 70 hunting and*"'fishing licenses TO CIIHIHTOHH' Clerk Circuit Court.s theconstruction,' pr Low Rent
LEADS INSOFTBALL To all credltora T .nd aU persons 'FlAgler County. Florida .Housing Project: 30-3 atUunnell.
by obtaining a combination having claims 1 or demandsagainst GiL'LESI'1E} AND QlLLKHI'ItlAttorneys : : ;F.. FloridagfVconalsting: of
for Plaintiff, '
license. said estate: 27 buildings'containing' 00
The Flagler County Insure' The series A K combination You. and each of you. are!),here.. 233', North Causeway '. S, dwelling units and other: ,Im*
by notified and required to present New Smyrna Beach. Florida;' provementa. until 2:00: p. m. EMD.
ance.Softball team has taken hunting ,and fishing license any claims land demands Bya? J. U. Ol lies pie of Counsel T on the 24th day of July
the lead In the Bunnell' allows,statewide hunting and which,, you or either of you may _,.June 12. 19. 26 July 3. 4tc. 1969.
have Htfalnut the estate of LON- THE- HOUS1NO AUTHORITY
league, Pierson, Standard and fishing for the' entire: 1969-7O NIF.'MAI: SPEARMAN deceased LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT OF THE COUNTYOF
late of Flagler County. Florida FLAGLI the Bunnell Methodist teams season, and costs no more
to the County Judge of Flagler By M. B. McDANIEL
are tied for second place. The than the separate licenses. County at his office In the Coun IN TlIRJ CIHCtriT COURT SKV EXEUUTIVE DIRECTOR
Jiffy Store team ranks third Sportsmen are reminded by ty Courthouse In unnellti Flag KNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT June '12, 19. 26. July 3. 4C.,
ler six IN .
and Wadsworth Lumber Is the Game and Fresh Water n o.unlmFlf-;; : dateof first KiiOitioA.
fourth.In Fish Commission that all licenses publication of thla notice. CASK!' NO. HT3 DIV. K Latest development of;; the
Each claim or demand must be DfANNA LYNN CASSELL. Haft Gafnes
the first game Monday expire June 30, and In writing and must state the Plaintiff Co., developers oC
placo of residence and poatofflce t prestige communities, Is Bay-
night Jiffy defeated the new licenses are required on S.vCASSELL ,
address of the claimant and BOBBY .
Colony In Ft. Lauderdale
Wadsworth team; 11.9 In a July 1.New. must be sworn to by \She claimant Defendant.
closely contested It licenses will his agent. or his attorney.. NOTICE OKTO SUIT which features luxury "
game. was on
go it will 'be': barred IN THE
or according NAME OF THE STATE waterfront homes
the Jiffy teams first win of sale at the office of the Coun-, law -*i'S OF FLORIDA: on : property.
the season.In ty Judge and authorized license DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION : Bobby J. Caaaell
: June 12. 1969. c/o Garland Caaaell. .
Monday nights second agents on Saturday, I Dorothy S. Moore 1410 O don Street
game Pierson Standard defeated June 14, and will be honored as Administratrix of the YOU Oreenaboro.HEREBYaNOTI1fI
the Methodist Team from the ,date of purchase by SPEARMAN Deceased. ED that an action for divorce- PLAZATHEATRE
157. Lawrency Turner and Wildlife Officers of the Com- DUFF-ETT. BARRY AND SEPS has been filed against you and New
120 East Granada Avenue you are required to serve a copy
Bobby North paced the win- mission. (P. O. Box 2633) of your written defenses If
ners., The wise sportsman will Ormond Beach. Florida 32074 to It on OILLJ3SPIE AND OIL.l"
, avoid !the last minute rush ATTORNEYS FOR ESPIE. Attorneys for Plaintiff. AZALEA PLAZA
Thursday night's spectatorswill AJJMINISTRA TRIX. whose address la 233 North
see Wadsworth vs. Methl and do, his license shopping June 12. 19. 26. July 3. 4tc Causeway, P. O. Box 580, New PALATKA
Smyrna Beach Florida, and, file
odlst and Jiffy vs. Flagler early. the original with the Clerk of
County Insurance. Monday LEG Al.. ADV RTUEMENT the above atyled Court on or before NOW THRU SATURDAY
night,' June 16, Wadsworth'' FLA.. CONSERVATIONOFFICER Judgment July may 14. be 1969 entered: otherwlae against a "WHERE EAGLES r ,

meets Flagler Insurance and RELATES IN THE CIHCIIIT COUI LT. SRVKNXII you the complaint.for the relief demanded in DARE"

Seay, Florida Board of OOtlNXV KI.OIUUA. of aald Court thla 4th day of
LOCAL OFFICERS Conservation Supervisor, has JOHN B. LOVELY (SEAL)
reminded the Is/ George M. Moody
public of the Plaintiff..
of above styled ,
law affecting the taking of COURSE sea turtle eggs and molestingsea Defendant. aiLLESPJK AND OILLESP'lE

Four Flagler County law turtles in Flagler County. IN THE NOTICE NAME, OF OP1,THE SUIT STATE, 233 Attorneya North for Causeway Plaintiff FRIDAY.. JUNE 13th '

enforcement officers completed Seay stated that Flaglerand OF FLORIDA: New P. O. Smyrna Box 680 MIDNIGHT SHOW
the OO hour law enforcement St. Johns counties are the TO: Gladys M. Lovely By /a/ J. U. Qllleaple.Beach. Florida of Counsel

course and received only two counties in which West 28 Cottage, Carrollton Avenue Ohio June 12. 19. 26. July 3, 4tc "NIGHTAREIN WAX"

their diplomas at graduation turtle eggs can be taken. The YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .
exercises Monday night at St. of time for that an action for divorce IMI "
period taking has been filed 'agralnst you and /
Augustine.The eggs Is June 1 thru,July 15. you are required serve a copy ;
of your written defenses. If. any. TIEES AlE STARTS SUNDAY
four officers (receiving In Flagler'' .County turtle: to It on GILLESPIE AND OILL- '
diplomas ,were Bunnell City eggs can be taken only between ESPIE. Attorneya. for Plaintiff EVERYBODY'S "UNCLE TOM'S

Police Chief Jack M. Black; the hours of 7 p. m. whose Causeway address P. O.: Is Box 233 580,North New BUS9NESS! 1! CABIN' "

and deputleFlynn Edmon and 1:00'.m.: on Mondays Smyrna each, Florida and die pw a rwst..rs ,
the original with the Clerk of ...... '
son, Ross Iseminger and_Ells Wednesdays and Fridays. St. the above styled court on or i--M Yois -.

worth .T. Thomas.. '4;, <,:{_:. Johns, County does not have ea..a IGI
The course Is accredited1 a limitation on, hours. .
the St. Johns County School Seay reminded the public "

Board with:"JTOagleri.Clay' and .that it, is 'against the law to CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING'_

Putnam counties cooperating. molest or disturb they sea
The program ,is, 'devised -to turtle.' The penalty Is a maximum NOTICE

meet the; 'requirements of of $600 fine and or six ? tr. ,'

state law. ,months 'in county !Jail. that the 16th day
;, "t..Jy : . Notice is 'hereby' given on

r t r >t of June;,,A.:.D.,''.19.09.!: ',a,7:3O P. Mj-in the.office; of:: ,I

Y._: .. '., the City Clerk of Bunnell, the} ;) City Commission. ,: jf;

Ltyg''p,.,t. a will hear comments and opinion en the >pro'J: :
posal of ,changing Tract 16, Section .10-12-30.-. .
us help beautify Flagler '
County.,Large.variety of every from Residence A to Residence: B District ;

palms hedge' plants.
greens, ;
5% miles S ,of "Bunnell on CITY OF BUNNELL

U. S. 1., r' -/Feb. 15-tfc Barbara 'C. McCabe,:. City 'Clerk' I ,

SEPTIC TANK cleaning| ; drain t. -
fields Installed: ,RotaRctersnail
shell. Reasonable prices.

Call George, Jarosz, 437-3410 \, I

SINGER-1968; 'model, $47. $ Announci'g. .-

cash or 6 payments at $9.00 a ,

------ month. Zig-zag, fancy stitch
OCEAN CITY SCHOOL '1917 dams, monograms* and makes
and 'sews -....
button holes on
How many can you identify? The above picture of Ocean City buttons without'attachments.. We have a complete line of (' -
School of 1917 as they ,observed "Flag Day" was submitted by Guarantee still good. For more I ; ,

Mrs. M. B. Fuller, a student In the school. "Flag Day" at Ocean Information call: 734.0018, or ..

City was the raising of the first large flag the school had. The write: Service ,Sewing Center, Gngraved Wedding' r 1

flag was earned ,by the students by selling subscriptions. P. O. Box 393, DeLand, Flor> ........
The 1917 school was located on Moody Blvd. at the present Ida 32720. May 15, TFC / )

The building later became the :resIdence '
location of Jimmy's Lounge. .
Call Bob for lawn InvitationsAnnouncements '
of "Uncle" Bill Lewis and then the J. L. Presswoods. nance-painting Inside or outside
-small repair and odd '

Jobs. Call 439.2502..May, 22,2tc -,
SPECIAL FOR SALE-: New and used

Auto Stereo Tape Players.
for all J, 1 T
New 18-track
i tapes
( 2:Jn. x 4 in. White Fir lOc per Lineal foot. makes and models. Knox Oil MONOGRAMMED :

8'ft- ft.-12, ft.-16 ft. Lengths Co. 437-3652, Bunnell... Ju. 5, 2tc- Napkins, Matches, Cake Boxes,

ATLANTIC HARDWARE New Recliners, $49.95; 2- Cellophane and Nuptial Bags, etc.

speed 22 Inch fans, $16.95.
Jerry's Furniture, Old Dixie '
CO. Inc. .
SUPPLY \ Hwy. Phone 4373752. 6.12.1tc THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE .

,MOODY BLVD.FLAGLER BEACH House For Rent-2 bedrooms, !'

PHONE 439-2303 .- unfurnished, Deen4 oad, Bun- BUNNELL. .,. FLORIDA PHONE 437-3282, t ,
v. a >
nell. Call 437.3658 or 437-

,.. '7196. Jane 12, Itp. ,.
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FLAGLER.-SPONSORED BEACH BY- .. ; PRESS, SHOP,? j. ;{ 1 r Reliable person from this area to service and collect J

vt3tY LOW INVESTMENT T from,automatic dispensers. No experience needed rare

'Disabled Americanf VetejansTONIGHT .r .. 10,000.00,to-$15OOOOO Mdse. establish 'accounts for you. Car. references and

No cost to you. $985.00 to S1785JJO caSh capital necessary. 4 to 12 hours .

; < (.1.1; ursday.tFRE :: N tIon'al"MI1lI" n Dollar Chain weekly nets excellent!.montfcly Income. Full time' more.

: 1 t \.U:-' will train and supervise'till you For local Interview, .write. Include telephone'" number.Eag14i .
/ f'ri : N know how. Park.i
Industrie Blvd St. Louis ,
:. -;; :" 4725 Excelsior'
.. k 7" Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 r wrr: Write P. O.'Box' 9f6,,'< r Minnesota. 55416 .. '4'r I J', : .
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In the 2nd Aircraft Maintenance AW3 TIDWELL 6-THE' FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. ttf1f f Z. 1"''

About Battalion at Hunter, '
Sergeant Baldwin. served with ASSIGNED TO SICILY Drive, whcV en the State
Our Servicemen. the 281st Aviation Companyin Road Department finishes! Its
'the Republic of Vietnam. Mike Tidwell, U3' Navy, Too Late program will| fun l from< NW
will leave June 16 to return to Miami
S/SGT. BALDWIN Among his military decora 27th AvenUe In northward
Brunswick Naval Air Station, I I
+ to' Plantation.
I' AWARDED tions are the Air Medal with To
three Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Maine where he will depart ClassifyBy hill ''Tamarac Lakes, Coral

BRONZE MEDAL Commendation :Medal Army Russell KayIt Springs' and Boca Raton '

: ,Staff Sergeant Joseph J., Good Conduct Medal, Air r rlgjit/ Into and along side
Baldwin son of Mr. and Mrs. Force Good Conduct Medal is beginning to look like Florida Atlantic Universityin
Willis B. Baldwin of 1805 Vietnam Campaign Medal, our neighborhood supermarkets Palm Beach County. In oth
Broadway Street, Lynbrook. with five campaign stars R will eventually be replaced er words, tile center's location
-.tf by gigantic area mar- will be a direct route from
a kets designed to serve several Miami to the. Palm Beaches.
counties. Sadkin. who does not select -:
r4 shopping center locationsby
,! Just a few short years ago
/ r r could hardly believe our chance, apparently knew
z rN #' we when sizable shopping what he was doing when he '
r i selected the Trl-County Mall
Invaded neighbor-
<2 centers our
chains and their reaction to
hoods serving larger areas
/ the project is enthusiastic.The .
and providing one-step shopping
service that, Just about Mall location will be

met every shopping need im on Commercial Boulevard, one
of the main east-west .intersections -
.... aginable. /
But merphandizers now vis > of Ft. Lauderdale
I better marketing running from the ocean westward .
U r" 'WL1" .... J ion bigger and
for a four months tour of dutyat complexes. And such a and on University
Sicily with the US Navy; regional! merchandising canter Inclusion of Richard's largest
Mike is spending 12 days is now being planned for store' in Florida -In the, Tri-
..leave at'' Flagler Beach with the Florida Gold Coast designed County Mall. Sadkin said ne-
his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. t to serve Dade Broward gotiations were now under
-' H. TidWell. He is a 1966 graduate and Palm Beach counties. way with all major nationalsite.
of Bunnell High School. City Planned Communities, In the immediate area
J one of 'South Florida's lead. Halft-Gaines, a leading South

SP4 RANDALL MORRIS ing land developers, recently 'Florida developer, recently
II S/SGT J. J. BALDWIN announced plans for the new announced a $500 million
center. It is planning' "sup apartment and townhouse
'- New York was' awarded the Vietnam Service Medal, and SP4 Randall Morris will er-regional" mall with access community, and Ken 'Behringand

Bronze Star Medal recently, National Defense Service arrive home July 9 to spend from Dade, Broward and Palm Jackie Gleason also ;have
during ceremonies at the U. S. Medal. thirty days leave :in, Bunnell Beach counties.: The firms, new real estate developmentsready
'Army Flight Training Center; He entered the Army In with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. chief executive officer, Herb to go directly south of
Hunter Army Airfield Geor June of 1969. He is a 1955 Walter Morris; before leavingfor ert -Sadkin, has already begun the Tri-County Mall site. ,
gia. Colonel Keith J. Bauer; graduate of Eastport High an assignment of duty at negotiations. with four One thing is certain our
commanding officer of the School Eastport New York.. Vietnam with the United major department stores and shopping centers of the future
|Aircraft Maintenance Brigadeat Sergeant' Baldwin and his States Army.,
two specialty department are' destined to become big
!; the Flight Training Center, wire, Suzanne, daughter of SP4 Morris has been"station.ed 'stores for locations in the ger and betteu. Imaginative J.t
Tirade the presentation. .Mr., and.; ]41':;._ Jay J ;.$?Prior (to, assuming his 1736 Flagler Avenue, Flagler US Army Special 'Troops. the '. Tri-County Mall has alreadybeen way.

{duties as; a ,career counselor Beach, live In Savannah'Ga.ON : past six months. keyed as one.of the larg-

est to be developed in the I
i Ullllillli1JllillilllJllilI!: : II II ll111IIII11II1I1i11l11l11 IIIIUWJIIIIIIIII:Il1mnlllllll IIIIIIIIIiIi IInllI 11I11I III III"" AIRMAN MISSINNE Southeastern ,United States, HOSPITAL NOTES

IN, AIR FORCE CHORUS and one that will include ADMISSIONS: 0

i mJ C l TIME Airman Mike Mlssinne, son every up-to-date innovation ." Lillie Poston, Danny Black,
1 501 ever used planned on .being -
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mis- Donna Broadstreet, Mark Yel-
.CERTIFICATESVOLUSIA slnrie, Flagler Beach, has been in used this In: ;ill shopping. canter vington Aubrey Donovan I

accepted aara member 'of 'theLowry' "Some of country.these'InnovaUons Bufofd Wilson, Broward Mc- '
I MINIMUM $3,000-30 DAYS ; Air Force jdhorus.! r Quire, Mae Gurley, Julia
staggerthe imagination, suchas
Airman Misinne"is stationed
NATIONAL at TLowry. ,AF' '< >"Base,... '&('#Jperijver moving project sidewalks completely, the entire air- Bathes, Elfle Goddwin, Mae
:BANK Colo. 'Kiefer, Doris Filklns Ethel
Ph. 677-8217, 175 W. Granada. J conditioned : covered, vertical 0 '
Sayers, Callie Sanders, Lillian
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i .-., .Onnond Beach Florida' }- ';'t" r'r: :, still construction'unrevealed .and Everything others Hersey Baby 'Girl .San-

... .. .., ders,!' :( Cooper Grace
-. .'aIlJ., '" PROMOTED ti "' is' being planned foi the,:Jom- Johjiinlei ,'t
4JUBUNNELL Fireman Calvin D.. Walden, fort and convenience} of the Green,
USN, son ..of. Mr. and Mrs.Joseph shopper.> The; : retaiy area will David Dihgessi t ; 'Linda Shdpe,
B. Walden of 1619v Central -. include an enclosed'' mall

CUSTOM KITCHENS ,Ave., Flagler, Beach, was area of over a million square / :
'I : 'advanced' 't'df 'his -' resent rate feet Gertrude Ramsey. L.

i 107 N. Bay Sf. ,f P. O. Box 657 'while servlhig aboard the de- Imaginative retailers are' Braddock Marzell Marsh,
'....r ) ?, : ..stroyer'escort USS 'Cromwell. excited about; the prospects ''John' .Lutton, Danny -Black,
BUNNELL, FLORIDA His advancement was based .of the "super-mall":. Paul Marie Barbera, \11Ja. Bass, .

i ,'to .!.n"' -' on time In servicearid Walker, president of Rich-' Donna Broadstreet, Millie -
-ESTI.MATES" rate. military appearance, performance ard's Department Stores, 'sub King, Charlie Alexander' ,' ,Gilbert "
J., _BAR, FIXTURES -- BUlL T..IN KITCHENS > .of duties' and, his sidiary of City Stores in Miami Becker; Charlie Donahue ,,
:: '"BEAUTY: SALON AND">BARBER STATIONS score on the, Navy-wide test said he had, already met Charlotte-Lutton+ Aubrey Don-
I' 'for with Sadkin ovan, Cheryl.\ Pearson,
!: LAUNDRY : promotion. and negotiationswere Terry
AND ,DRY1 CLEANING COUNTERS ,Fireman Walden will as. now under; way for': the Cauley, Baby ,Girl Cauley and

i Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving sume greater responsibility as 5. 5 __ \_ May Raut.; \ .. jit 1

BATHROOM VANITIES BRF.AKFA"5T! BARS a Boiler Technician in the Engineering 5' )- ... .
Plant of his .. '
Laminated ship; .1
Upholstery Fronts '
entering the service
FINE HARDWOODS .in October 1966 Fireman Walden :
.,, .
Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now Serving attended Apopka Memorial I
Learn "
High School in the <
all In Apopka. '. ..
areas:. 75 mile rad. of Bunn ll. Florida. r.PV.I' :/ o' ? '
CALL COLLECT Day 437T3S13 Night 437-3928 :: : <. > .i \- \ :
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Pvt. Tommy Herr, US Army, :;, ., 'cookery. .. :,*. >:' ,' "
is spending fifteen days ,'In -- I v. r .
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: i 'Bunnell visiting his parents, "' ,., "J: '
Find out how,to'make vv; .
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Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Herr.He1has ., '
delicious'everyday dishes '<
been stationed at.Fort C'r "

S 'Lee, Va. where'' he attended ,4.l. f. ;. .1'1 it. ., 'with, beer:;such as beer > + k; I '' I,
after see .Supply Accounting Clerical ; I "
meat loaf, beer
I : chicken, .
school. ; H j : ', .. .' / t .
your doctor. He leaves ..June 16 for 'Fort A ,I- 5 : beer sausages and beer ,:'MA: .,

os. 1J .p t Lewis, Wash.;t where he will I' \ 1. cake.And then 'there Jare I. i';

bring yourprescription receive ment. his. overseas\ assign-' ":.'* :t '.'Send' in. ''V this such gourmet,treats as. I .

I to to I. coupon for our' rarebits.and Carbonnades' 'r:, I .
I CORPORATIONIS : pamphlet of free Flamandes. ; S S'h
recipes( on cookIng ,, : ,
11 1 CHARTERED :It- with" beer. ,Beer cookery is as r". r';..'
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I : Secretary oc{ State Tom I traditional as yesterday... :; :,' ,' '
.. .Jp. Adams has announced the \. '
1fJt.Uq .. I. as modern as tomorrow. 5w ,
chartering of .the :following .
; Professional corporation in Flagler Coun--'x Beer, adds a realflavor, treat. "
r BJdg. ty. '. .- > -r -*/ \ /.

-' Rellim Strops, Inc., 700"* ,. .. tw..1r 1t
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f .... _ Moody Blvd., .Bunnell, filed -1. ;; 1 G,t'v' . . .
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June 3.. 1969, -dealing In --air' :: *V. ./",**,: v ,'w" 9 "I ff'fe.'tfs *
of, +i. I'm interested In recipes$ for with beer. Send $, I \
t. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME navigation facilities every r cooking' me my ,
type, including ,landing fields, I, .: free pamphlet .1 F, :, A : I

.' AI' A. H. CRAIG.,, Funeral Director hangars runway lighting and Name ...
communication and tracking .
k- f' .: JOHN: CAPO, ,Manager facilities. Incorporators' are C. Street I. I'

(: B. Miller W. Eileen Furik.Charles .
OXYGEN Flunk City : ] -
..LA.DYATTENDANT. M; and :J. D. .
S. '.,; CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED Miller all of Orlando Flor- \ r. I I '

AMBULANCES ida. The request was filed",by State -__, -----71p t
:James H. ,Tucker,tAttorneyatvy. :; i
fl. :, :1 Phone ID 7-3532 ,Law, ,Bunnell.. *"( -; ".'*. *'!>:. UNITED STATES'BREWERS ASSOCIATION;INC.
it .. P.O. *
Authorizedstock? is JOO 273. WINTER'PARi<. FLORIDA 37289 _
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA shares common at no par ,

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7-THE, ;FLACLER TBIBUIfC THVRS? JUMg 12. 1969 A. No. you will get some LEGAL

benefits. If, you earn $2,000, ADVERTISEMENT'I i
Social Security] $160 In benefits will be with INVITATION FOR HID '
The Housing' Authority of the'
I I held for the' entire year. County of Flagler. Florida, will J Jreceive I
1 bids for the constructionof -
to $1,680
I NEWSQ. You can earn up -Low Rent Housing Project
and still get benefits for all FLA.- 30-3 27ubuildingeocontaintng
oft -
.A-1-ARESTAURANT i months of the year. If you consisting
In 3 months. SO dwelling'' units and
I will ,be 62 earn between $1,680' and $2,* other Improvements, until 2OO: -.' ,
I do not have a birth certificate 880, $1 In benefits is withheldfor p. m. B. D, T. on the 18th day
secured some, of June. 1969. In the o.fca of theiouanRAuthority
I have
but $2 earned over
every } of the County :
< BEGINNING JUNE |i documents showing my age $1680. If you earn 'more than of FlAgher. Florida. 30O goUth .
: 10 attempting to get Bacher Street. Bunnell, Florida.
and am In benefits is
$2,880, then $1 at which time and place allblct,.
*k" more. Should I wait until I withheld for every $1, earned will be publicly opened and 'read f :Aaloud.
have all my records 'before I No benefits u tiJHroposed
over $2,880. are forma of contract >
BE OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS ![ apply for benefits? withheld no matter how.,much documents, including plans and -'
'specifications, are on nle at the J'office
!> A. No. You should apply you earn after you reach 72. of the Housing Authority

r 11 A. M. 10 p. M. '; /low. The people at your social Q. I am a retired, farmer. If of Idfw the..at County the corner of Flagler.of Allen Flor-and '"

security office will tell I rent out my potato farm for ;: ;Bticber Street In Bunnell.. Florl't

you If you have enough evidence cash will the rental income da, and at the Office of Craig aDd
Snead Architects at 414 North
i. of your age If more Is count against my benefits? Halifax. Daytona Beach 1"Jorlda. I

needed, they will help you get A. No, not unless you materially '

I the additional evidence.Q. participate In the Copies obtained of the from documents the Architects maTbe

I am 50 years old. For farm operation.' Cash rental : t ; Fifty Dollars
12 I've been re- Income does count toward ((50O-P' for each set.Deposit will "
PLAYPEN NURSERYOPEN the past years be refunded to> each person who :
ceiving disability benefits the $1,680 exempt amount unless returns the plans, specification .;
and other documents In good
based on my1own work un- you enter Into an agree condition within 10 days after .

der social security. Since my ment to help produce the potato bid opening. Checks for depositsmust Z
husband died recently I'm Nor would haveto be made payable to the
crop. you Housing Authority of the County '

wondering it: I'm eligible for pay social security ,contributions of Flagler, Florida.A .
widow's benefit also.A. this certified check or bank
disabled on Income. Your
'MONDAY the Housing '
THRU FRIDAY draft (payable to ,
You may ,be. It Is pos social security office will be Authority of the County of Flag- -

6:30 a. m. til 5:30 p. m. sible to be eligible for benefits glad to give you a complete bonds ler. Florida or a satisfactory). U. S. Government bid bond *

as a disabled worker and explanation of when farm executed by the bidder' and acceptable .

LOCATED BEHIND WESTERN AUTO STORE as a disabled widow at the rental income affects social sureties. In an amount '
equal to five percent of the bid .
ON MAIN STREETBUNNELLAfter same time. However, you can security benefits. shall be submitted with each bid.
not be! paid both benefits. You The successful bidder will be
required to furnish and for (
6 p. m. Call 439-217O or 439-2474 would be paid the higher of satisfactory performance and .j

the two benefits.: Keep in mind O. F. ALFORD payment Attention bond Is or called bonds.to the requirement .

that the social, security definition that not less than the a
-of disability for widows Registered minimum salaries and wages aa '.;<
set forth in the Specifications ,;
is somewhat different Real Estate Broker must be paid on this project. J
t NOTE: Buildings No.: 23. 24
LIVE, MUSIC than that for 'work rs. For
I and 25 shall be complete for partial N
this reason you may not be Bunnell, Florida occupancy (see SPECIAL
"THE'NIGHTOWLS" ; able to get benefits as a disabled '" CONDITIONS) before buildingon :1
A .
1 .. ----'" parcel 5 as shown on Sheet ,;.,
4 widow'even; though you 'No. 1 ia' released for demolition. '"
GENE AND DANNY I are eligible as a disabled The Housing Authority of the
I In HASTINGS MATTRESS County of Flagler "Florida reserves "1
worker. Get touch with
the right to reject any \
your social security office for & UPHOLSTRY WORKS. or all bids or to waive any informalities 1

I Appearing Friday, June 13 specific information about 710-12 Lemon St. No bid shall In the be withdrawn bidding fora .

your case., Palatka, Florida period of forty-five (45) days -y.3
-ATBUNNELL- .. Q. I'm* 7Q years old. 'I've Phone EA 5-9166 bids subsequent without to the the consent opening of the of

heard I, can make $1,680 'a Furniture. Upholterlng Housing Authority of the County "

BAR year and'still.receive all my Repaired & Refinished of THE Flagler HOUSING, Florida.AUTHORITY .

.' security benefits.' Does' this OF THE COUNTY OF
Mattresses & Box Springs
U. HIGHWAY, -'BUNNELL' mean that If I earn $2.000, all Order. Also RenovatedCall By FLAGLER.M. B. McDANIEL FLORIDA
my benefits will be withheld? Made to EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR .
Laura Morris 437-3233 May 22. 29 June 6, 12.,4tc.


,Just as near as yourPhone TY. FLORIDA. .i

or Post Office No. R44DEMHART CORPORATION a :. .

Drop .t1$ a,Card or Call Connecticut corporation, sue- ,.. j
( cessor by merger to PLYMOUTH
.. Free Pick-up & Delivery CORDAGE COMPANY.' .
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M' *'** a corporation-d/b/a WILSON.* ,

LEGAL _. Plaintiff .
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Defendants. t. .
4C 4 4a' Plaintiff 242 Milton Road .1
: ve. Warwick Rhode Island .;
# that an action to foreclosea
''NOTICI OF SUIT mortgage on the following .
I IN THE NAME OF' THE STATE property In Flagler County. i

OF FLORIDA: Florida: ,,
TO: Robert Gray NEH. of SW 4: SW% of SE ,
ft. F. D.'No. S : of 8W4: \VeofSEV I
e St. John8vllle, New York ,4 to West % of .NWU :;;
yOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED all In Section 17Township '
that an' action for divorce 11 South Range 241 ,
has been filed against you and East.
you are required to serve a copy has been filed' against you and
of your written defenses. If any. Herschel C. King and The United
to It ;Ion GILLESPIE AND GILL- States of America, and you are
ESPIE. Attorneya for Plaintiff. required to serve a copy of your-
whose address Is 233 North written defenses. If any. to It on\\' <\
Causeway. ,P. 9FIr 580- NewSmyrna M LAM,, RAMSAY. MARTIN & ,
,Beach. and file ADE. attorneys for plaintiff,
the original with the Clerk of whose address Is 1711 Barnett,
a4 : the above styled! Court on or before Bank Building Jacksonville
June 24. 1969; otherwise a Florida 32202. and file the origi-
j_ may be enteredagainst nal with the ,clerk of the above ..
you for the relief demanded styled court on or before June
In the complaint.WITNESS 23. 1969 otherwise a Judgment .
my hand and aeal 'maybe entered against you for v
of said Court thin 14th day ,of the relief demanded In the com- ,
May. 1969. plaint.WITNESS. -
(Seal) my hand, and they
id f GEORGE M., MOODY seal of said court on May' 19. w
y k .w Cleric Circuit Court Flag- 1989.
ler County Florida GEORGE M. MOODY ?
%I Attorneys for Plaintiff (Seal) ,
. tthere's New 233 North Smyrna Causeway Beach. FloridaBy By Deputy Kathryn Clerk L. Emery

/sJ... Olllesple .4t. May 22. 29. June 5. 12. 4tc.
May 22. 29 June ,15, 12. :, ..

CIVIL ACTION Ne. 593-D In, Ca e No. SO4-X2 ,
Plaintiff. Plaintiff ,
Defendant.DIVORCE. t
Residence Unknown 18521 Dearborn Street rNorthridge \
) ,YOU are,hereby notified that a California t t '
'Complaint for Divorce has been You are hereby notified that'a .
match for the I' died against you, and you are suit haa been filed against you "
: no -required<< to serve a copy of your In the above entitled cauae; and .'
answer, or pleading to the Complaint you are hereby required to file :{1
to the plaintiffs attorney. your answerwith the Cleric or a
,- LELAND B. SHAW p. o. Box this Court and to verve a copy '
of electric gifts. 296. Bunnell. :Florida 32010. and thereon upon the plaintiff or '.1.1plalntltf.s
tasting pleasure ; file the original answer or pleading attorney whole name \ 'I
In the office of the Clerk of and address la: .:.uGiNSBERG
,the Circuit Court of Flagler A OINSBERO

It's that gift-giving time of,the year again 01 I A: happy time, with weddings,graduations County.23rd day Florida of June.on or 1969.before If you the 134 Daytona tt South l a.ehju Beach Floridanot Street ,

.. Mother's, Day,.Father's Day. and. .probably.a birthday or two. There's agreat'variety .. 'fall' to will do be ao,taken an order'against of you default 1969.later 19. A. D.. .

.' :. ? of electric gifts you can choose from. And you'll give with asmile, for the relief demanded In the It you fall to do BO. Default '
t. will be entered against you for
know 'ro giving something'r aUy, Worthwhile..Practical preferred .. :....., :. Coe+ 7> at Bunnell. Flagler the relief demanded in the bill
because you you Florida 20th of complaint; The nature of said
"County this day
+ _appreciat d."You II never lack for.gift! Ideas. At your favorite store you're sure :\" of May. 1969. cult being for

.} electric that suits' the occasion and budget. if-? GEORGE M. MOODY DIVORCEWITNESS
to find something ; Clerk Circuit Court Flacoffteiltr -. my hand and aeal -. /
flameless electric. County Florida of said Court this 7th day of ..
'./t">.. There's no match for ', ", ( Seal) May A. D. 1969.OEOnOE. .
.. since 19571 Pt1I] \ By /Kathryn I* Emery M. MOODY I
r reductions I Clerk of said Circuit
'It.- : Eleven '
;: kilowatt hour, by FPL-served ;. t B. Court >
paid '
,. The average price per ; TV. O. Box 296Bunnell. (Official Seal)
.. .} today is one-third 'Jess than. ..I it was in 1957T "0"Nii.nau DPLOMlOACOMPANY' F1 I ."' Florida.. '32010 By Kathryn L. Emery
families Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff Deputy r'

,.r''( 't.. .. May 22. 29. June 5, 12. 4 to :May 15, 21. 29, June IS, 4.. .

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8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TJIURS. JUNE 12. 1969FISHING boats have brought In some Jacks, whiting an d trout. Istratlon certificates went on
r small catches. Jack and Bubs One of the trout tipping the sale throughout the state.

A, 8. 19$9, Col lee are working on they scales at 5% lbs June 1, and can be purchasedat
Week June
\ s I **" boats, 'readying them for., the the county tax collector'soffice.

Devil's Elbow Fish Camp approaching season.Dlng"s WaterwayWe ..

talked to T. J. Miller the purchasethe
Boat owners may
Good catches of bass drum, Fishing Camp other day. and T. J.. mentioned renewal certificates

trout, flounder and whiting. .." been he had 95 30 said
Gene Hersey has croakers, mostof through June Hodges ,
John Schell a bass run
4.6 class.f '1 "j back! &galn and ending up which were taken around and owners should take their
ning In the lb. tried; with"-14 bass,and 2 trout. Gene Marker NO' f13: ,,, some of the old certificates with them
Trumah's" wife Onie
has certainly been doing well. croakers running bfg In size. when making application for
back to
her luck, and came Over at' the Pier the
the last few weeks. Coming fishing renewal.
camp with 6 drum whitingand has been off due to the
from Charlotte, N. C. was rough
stated further thata
VL Yew croakers. Truman, Ammon Baucon, Ammon had and muddy water. All In all Hodges
had that disgusted look on boat owner must present evidence -
the fishing has not
2 Jacks and 4 trout. Improved.
I his face. There have been of a title having been

I good catches of bass, whiting: .Jessie Knight and,, .John BOAT REGISTRATION Issued for his boat, or If the

and a few drum at the Inlet. Williams, both from .Jax, had title has not been, issued, the

Jack Genung's Fish Camp a good catch of drum. Another CERTIFICATES ON SALE owner will be required to

Some good news from Jack, '' fisherman from .Jax,. and make application for a title

was that there have been all we .know about him 1s. Conservation Director Ran when applying for re-registration

LINEAl some catches of snapper off Floyd but: Floyd did quitewell dolph Hodges<
\ /f 'r8y Zombo Flagler: Beach..., a _few. of. the wtlh'';over 50 croaker: < that'' !' K*renewalof, j ".,-!_&< boat iw wnrStti;reg- .. V' i \ ,':,.-d'ii 4rl'fi

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