The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 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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Bunnell City Commissioner

MADE ON AIRPORT Martin "Bo" McDaniel presented .

his resignation, effective

April 7, to the Commisslo -

:i Monday night. McDanielwh
The Board of County Com BUNNELL PTA : is serving his fourth

missioners met Monday with MEETING CHANCED term, resigned after serving 1

Gene L. Faulkner, Airports Mrs. Laura McDaniel, presIdent year of an elected 2-year :term.
t of Bunnell Parent Teacher lIe stated his reason for resigning -
Branch of Federal Aviation
I Association announced (that as "not enough timeto
Administration and L.
the regular PTA. meeting has fulfill the duties of theelected

.:: Wadsworth to work out an been changed from February13th m KMpLM.krWV.+. post".

agreement for release of certain to Thursday, February20th. r.. ,

airport' easements toWsdswoll'lth The date was changed The city will hold an elec-

t in return for three because of the Girls Basketball .. tion March 4 :to fill three of !

Tournament to be heldin the five commission posts.

entrances into the airport Bunnell on February 13, :14 Mayor C. B. Eisenbach and

,:' from Highway 100. and 15.Mrs. Commissioner T. H. "Buddy"
Wadsworth, whose terms expire -
Wadsworth already owns McDanlel' said that! an
1 in April, both stated at
.)i the land at the end of the run. interesting program has been
has been remodeled and a new look has been Monday night's meeting they
'. way and the FAA has ease- planned ,and will include a Bakers 5&11|
to seek reelection" -
: ments which restricts his use fashion show by the home added to the BUnnell shopping district. The old structure was "are not planning
to the 2-year posts.
of the land. The main runways economics department of anda
covered with sheets. of green and white aluminum siding
f will not be released and Bunnell High School and The newly elected commissioners -

.I,:', Faulkner said the airport choral groups will be presented large red neon sign was added to give the building am attrac- will be seated at the

.' could not be adversely affect from, Bunnell Elemen- tive modern appearance. April 7 meeting and elect a

l: ed. tary, School. f mayor. The two holdover com-
r mIssIoners are Shelton: .D. Bar-

The three entrances being TRUCK OVERTURNS BIMINI School Lunch ber'' and Hubert Pellicer.In .
transferred to 'ithe county A..Tu
in action Monday'
) ,t would go into a proposed other
dustrial area the airport, han.. Change Made, night the commission:
area and the proposed recreation -*
gar area near the lake. Supervising Principal Cliff GRANTED a ninety-day extension -

McGriff announced Wednesday to property owner
The Board will be requires that certain changes. are Ozell Suggs to complete repairs -

to give FAA a letter stating being made In the school to a building he owns

they would clear the runway lunch program to comply on South US Hwy 1.

approaches within a year! with requirements of U. S. Department ADOPTED 'an ordinance to

Wadsworth is required to : of Agriculture.The abandon 6 streets in the I

furnish 'the ,Board a letter federal governmenthas Northwest section of Colony

stating that he plans to use handed "downcertain requirement Park Subdivision which included .

the released easements for $ 'i- -' *' 'to the School Sumter and Seminole

pasture and tree farming. Board particularly' in regardsto Sts.: from N. Pine to the northcity

cioslnu free lunches :ipr l eedv limits and have bid

r-. The Board ,approved .-.childerir.Tb.Sthcrdl',; : .;.Board_ "'JTXClterryi. to North city -
and .
'a road in Briarwood Aero*!! i3ire- ;
agreed ,td :a ; Andersonand
rededicated a road in the new thanlose federal 'limits and Moore,
ments rather B cher' Sts from Wood
Ed Fras-
plat' as requested by funds and 'free" surplus
', xq3f land to North city limits.
er. commodities. I

Attorney,Jim,Tucker appear. School age children! from VOTED :to notify State Sen-
I ed before the Board ,stating, V ". families where the total ator J. H., Williams of the

in the family city's request to have the
he represented sportsmenfrom ;: ... number of persons i
that Flagler, Volusia., Brevard -r\t.\ ,. ...r...- l',... a.-,;,..... .h 'as related to total weekly City Charter:,,amended which

and other counties and was A tandem trailer hauling bulk fertilizer overturned Fridayat income indicates their eligibility would allow the commission .
the contents into a canal. The driver was for outside law enforcement
Interested, in being present Bimini and dumped may participate in the to arrange
when the Board might hold a' crossing a bridge 'when the rear wheels of the vehicle missed program. agencies.:to provide

hearing'on the proposed closing the bridge causing it to collapse. The driver escaped injury. Some children have already pollee protection inside the

of the game, reserve in ---- -- --- been Identified and will be included city limits, and have bid

Flagler County. GLISSON WORKSON in the program auto. amounts increased from' $500to -
Catherine Harris
of childrennot $1000.
mat:1': ally. Parents
The Board Informed Tucker COMMERCE yet included may make ACCEPTED the low bid.of
action was anticipated -
that no further Wins Legion to the school principal
by the Board. Hud COMMITTEE, application Chemical Lime. Inc., Ocala, to

/. son Paper Co. owned (the land' Speaking ContestCatherine Rep. James A. Glisson, workIng igibility.for .consideration of el $2608 furnish hydrated ton for use lime at thecity's at
involved In the game reserve Sub-com-
on the Special Application forms are '
to them 'as, Harris, tenth water treatment plant.
and it would be up of commerce, reports that this available at each school in Flagler Beach
actedG at Bunnell Caldwell
whether or not they grade student (dealing
to Commerce ob
mittee on be
They may
the county.
first place1winner submitted a bid of $29.85,per
to have School, was
Board's request High
on the with miscellaneous problemsof from 9:00 a. m. until
reserve closed. The in the American Leg- that, this tamed ton. No bids were received on
the game commel"ce'reports) through
3 m. Monday Roller of-
of. Annual National p Gallon Tandem ,
closing was requested by ion 32nd is the first group of bills he of each week. If you are a
Oratorical Con- fered for sale by
Cattle.men's School
ficers of the Flagler High has worked on that has drawnso unable to visit the school you
Association. test held Wednesday morningat from the
G much response application
request an sion.AGREED
M. C. Strickland, Jr. and the school. Clifford public. by may.letter or by,telephone. to send notices ,,to

Marvin Strickland requested First runnerup was This group'' of bills pertain. School lunch prices remainat all water customers urging .
the Taylor. a BHS senior; and subcontractors with the City -
the Board to help ease ing to contractors 40c. Tickets are available them to comply
drainage problems in the Helene Bryan, ninth grade student was discussed at for purchase at principal's of Ordinance, regulating garbage

Marco Polo and Favoritaarea. was second runnerup. a subcommittee meeting. in fice. Two weeks tickets cost receptacles.

I- On motion of Commissioner The six student Constitution competing of Tallahassee on Monday: Feb. $400 and four weeks pickets ANNOUNCED the City Li
Tucker and seconded stroke on
Alfred each Wednesday
Commissioner C. H. the United States. 3rd.Glisson stated that he is of cost $8.00.StudeA.. not requiredto brary was open Attorney
I contest were n are morning 912. City
the Board agreed to Judging: the >ihe' opinion that these bills con-
Cowart, Lenssen, Attor buy tickets. They may Chardes Tindell reportedthe
complete the digging of the Mr. William B. Shaw and Mrs.P. should be tabled untilthe 'inue to nay: on. a dally basisif attorney for Mlcanopy
Korona Canal through the ney .Walter Creal building Industry and, public prefe"':1. The tickets are Cable Television, who has a
I, swamp in the Oates property A.. Edmonson. has had more time to study non-transferrable. If they are contract to supply cable TV to
cleaning out i'he I bottomof was timekeeper. them. student could stated the
and will competein lost another Bunnell residents,
of the canal. Miss Commerce, Glisson
the remainder District Contest Feb. 10 Besides -not vse them.Students company had every intentionof
'I' Also Strickland requested the Civic Center. also serves on the committeesfor ; who bring lunchesmav "llvhig-up" to their contract
the Bunnell State
at Health and
Department Mental milk If
that the State Road continue: to buy fully.
contacted to get themto Institutions. desired. .
the feel additional Lewis
clean out the ditch on "Should ,you and
1 from PUBLIC, MEETINGMONDAY concerning this before the commission
TAX Information
west side of Highway DBJC, OFFERS for the
south to the manal. NIGHT program would be beneficial", granted permission '
Favorita COURSEAn '
RETURN' wells onproperty
The Flagler County Recreation In McGriff said "you may call city to 'drill
course 'behind the
evening short he owns
will addi-
Council school principal for
Advisory the .
of personal and county
meeting Monday the preparation county stockade
TABLETides hold a public ,
TIDE 8 m. income' tax returns starts Jail. Wadsworth told the com-
10 at p. -- ----
February -- ----
For February 6-12 recommendations for :Monday, February 10 at Daytona is Sandra Willits mission they could investigate
to hear Beach Junior College, of. well drilled several
LOW recreation, project for meets each Monday a test
HIGH a major school adult and the class
the of his property
fered by on
The meeting will from 7 to 10 m. years ago
A.M. P.M. the county. night p. .
P.M, education.The Bunnell airport.
Day A.M. continuing south' of the
be in the commissioners room for four weeks.Registration. .
4:42 Include
4:24 : will presentation the commis-
11:12 : course Wadsworth told
6 10:48: at the courthouse. Mrs Mike can be made
5:06: 5:24: and discussion on willing to cooperate -
11:30 11:54: will sion "I am
: preside. admissions
7 Steflik. chairman this week at the
,,6:00: 6:18 how to report sources of In. In way I can In
8 12:01: 12:121 Local clubs and organiza- office In the guidance center any
1:06: 7:00: 7:12 come, business expenditures, helping you obtain a good
12:48 submit campus.
9 : 8:18 tions were asked to small business building or the,DBJC '
10 1:48 2:06: 8:06: :to ,the council at deductions, Income credit. ... water supply". ,
9:18 suggestions and re- tlrement .. ,
9:18 schedules :
: and farm ' ; :
11 2:54: 3:18 4:30: 10:24: 10:30: the meeting Monday, night. : !-; : : ." ; : ,}: :
12 4:06: :
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lJl1ughr cHrtbuuc THURS.. FEBRUARY 6. 1969 2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
Entered aa second claaa matter
iiMlle February 6. 1913. at the post- --.
FLORIDA office at Bunnell Florida under
-- Act of March 3. 1876.1O Lean Western "FIRST CUT"
: \OIlN t'..'CLJ30O t
; :: and 'Publisher Per Copy

8. McbANIEL.Nwn One Year .S3JMISix
Kdltor Month -........... ..-.uu Pork Chops

... all
l aewrpaper for Outside Finder County
r.e.a Advertlrln. ...00 Per Year $As

EDITORIAL_ lb. 48<:


Only once before have we written an editorial related to a
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
local personality.
Today we are mindful that Mrs. Norma Turner is leavingthe
school program. Mrs. Turner has resigned as School Lunch ROAST lb. 4SI
Manager to move to Nevada. After having had her prepare our .
lunch and our children lunches for so many years, school Just
won't seem the same without her. U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"

This writer well remembers that Mrs. Turner was an efficient
and dedicated school lunch manager when he became
ROUND STEAK'Lyke's Ib. 98
superintendent of schools twenty-three years ago. That was'one
department we nearer had to worry about.

Mrs. Turner always had the ability to instill this same sense
lunches of dedication in her co-workers. Serving was
another Job to them; it was a challenge to provide the best
most attractive and most nourishing lunch possible to each
child each day. PICNICS ib. 38

Twenty years later she can tell you that Billy did not like
potatoes, that Sally loved cabbage cooked with cheese, and that
Sammy always gave his apple sauce to Mary.

She would remember many of 'the students birthdays, what U. S. D. A. Streak O'Lean
they got for Christmas, and, even whom they 'accompanied on K"

their first date. I CHUCK 1- WHITE BACON .1

She went with the seniors on their house-parties, saw that II Ib.
they were well fed and, well behaved, also. She was the life' ? 68e 38e
of the party and the students not only loved her, but, respectedher _
as if she had been the principal. ,

She went on band trips and chaperoned. She was a great Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2%-21/a lb. Avg) LIMIT 2 PLEASEIb.
band booster. She helped the Future Farmers and the Future
Homemakers with their activities.Mrs. .

Turner was considered the "hostess with the mostess" Whole 31Lean
when it came to a Tri-Hi-Y banquet, an American Legion sup. .
per or a Farm Bureau dinner. Not only was she a good chef,
but a good buyer, and a good organizer of the kitchen and din.
ing room.

She was almost a ':fixture with the PTA. Besides serving her "WesternBOSTON

term refreshments.Mrs.as president. she was usually on hand to assist with the BUTT PORK ROAST Ib 48"<: I

-Turner Is a life long resident of Flagler County. She
is member of the Durrance family which was a pioneer in the Del Monte 6Va oz., Can

Espanola area In the nlnteenth century. She is a walking en- CHUNK TUNA 3 For 89.e OUR VALUE
cyclopedia when it comes to the history, and genealogy of not
only the Durrance family, but pioneer,families well. T:
other. !. as,_ 'Del Monte (Whole Kernel & Cream'Style) SHORTENING
School lunches will continue ,to. Jt e M served; PTA refreshments ,
will be served and everything will. go on as usual. But, CORN 4 cans 89C M" :' 3 39C'Limit
It will not be quite the same 'without "Norma" at the school Tin
cafeteria. Del Monte No. 303 Can
John A.. Clegg SWEET 1 with $5.00 or more food order
< ; PEAS'4For, 89e
-- a
Del Monte No. 303 Can
for police, Greenfield saw op-
portunity on every hand. He CUT BEANS For KRAFTORANGE'
4 89C
Too Late
took profits from the operations
of his Meter Maid Laun-
I I. Del Monte No. 2 Can
To Classify drietts to create Meter Maid JUICEQuart
Industries. He purchased four TOMATO JUICE 2 For 330
By Russell Kay aviation related companies
based at the nation's busiest
While our youngsters airport, Opa Locka, on the Bottle 0 33'FROZEN
'scream and protest contend. outskirts of Miami. They In- MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
ing that what they term .the cluded Air Florida Inc., Sky
"establishment" is holding Conquerors, Inc., International '
them down and that there are Flying School and< Bowes Opa .
no opportunities today, a Locka Fixed Base Operations.He -
young man in Opa Locka merged them Into Air Flor-
Florida, stepped out on his ida Incorporated which became :11 470 Frosty Acres "SLICED"STRAW 10 oz. Pkg.
own to prove them wrong. the exclusive Standard For
Stuart Greenfield found himself Oil dealer at Opa Locka as I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order BERRIES 2 '490
'broke at the age of 36 well as the center for sales,
thanks to unwise investments. rental and lease of aircraft.In Bird' Eye. Pint Carton
Instead of lying down In the addition Air Florida today FRESHPRODUCECalifornia COOL WHIP For
street and kicking his heels runs one of the busiest flight 2 490
he parleyed a $9 investmentInto schools in Florida with students RedGRAPES
a multi-million dollar 0 from 50 states and lb.
business. many foreign countries. 230
Greenfield now 39, said that Also during 1968 'aster several FABGi.ant
after he literally "lost his months of negotiation Yellow Cooking;
shirt" three ''years ago, he Greenfield acquired control of .
looked around for somethingto Great Southern Wholesale ONIONS I L al? 290
do. He found that many Grocery Corp.:, one of South Size 47
apartments had no facilitiesfor Florida's largest institutional 1 lb. Cello BagCARROTS I
washing clothes, so he Invested grocery suppliers. Great Sou- For
$9 as a down paymenton thern, founded In 1962 by Albert 2 250 I Limit 1 with $5.00 or :more food order
a washing machine and Baitcher-who became a
dryer and, installed them witha Meter Maid dIrector-was acquired r
meter in an apartment. He as a wholly owned subsidiary .
found the coin box Jingled on the exchange of
every time he checked It and two shares of Meter Maid for
with the income it providedhe one share of Great Southern.
bought additional machines With Meter Maid Industries,
and began installing Air Florida and Great South
them in other locations. em growing at a rapid pace, '
That was the birth of Meter Greenfield is now looking Into
Maids Industries, Inc., a pub. new plans for corporate de X111 it
licly owned conglomerate, velopment-and is consider-
which Is now doing In excess different types of businesses
of $3 million in annual sales to go under the Meter Maid
and is spreading its Interests Industries banner. The new
through Florida Georgia and year started negotiations underway OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
other states. And all this hap. for sevp.ral new companies 8:00 a.ID.-I:00.p.m. U.S. No.
1 B U N N 1.L1.
pened In three short years. Including the possible
+ Using his head for thinking acquisition of a well known Quantity Rights Prices Good February 6, 7, 8, 9 and 1O,. 1969 :..
instead of a battering ram Atlanta restaurant.


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STATE MEET Social Security worked any in the last 3 yearsof payments with less work than
) her life. Has this provision was needed before. He should
Flagler County Sheriff P; A. Flagler County Commis. I changed? file another claim for disabil
"Zip" Edmonson was in Jacksonville NEWSQ.
stoner George Wlckline attended A. You should recontact the
w k'to attendthe ity.Q.
last a Directors Meeting of social security office and filea I had polio In December
Annual Florida MidWinter !the State Association of County My mother' died when I claim for the children. 1958 and still am unable to
Sheriffs Conference for Florida Commissioners at Tallahassee was 10 years old I am now Children can now get benefitson work. I was 22 years old at
Hotel. at the Robert Meyer last week. 28, but have been disabled their mother's work record that time. I worked part time
claim on her while I in school, and began
......... .n... ... ._ slnceblrth. My with the same requirements was
earnings was turned down be. needed to get them on their working full time in{
cause she had not worked In father's record.Q. 1952 and worked until I
y the last 3 years .of her life. My son started working became disabled in December
Has the law been 'changed so when he was 21. years old. A 1952. Since I became disabled
that I may now qualify on couple of years later he be- before age 31, would I be entitled
her earnings? came severely disabled In an to a disability benefit?
A. Recent changes In the auto accident. He filed for disability A. You need IVa years to
law make It possible for child. payment last year, but meet the work requirement. If
ren to qualify on! their moth. his claim was turned down you have the required work,
er's earnings the 1 same as on because he had not worked it may be possible for you to
their father's earnings. You five years under social secur get disability benefits.
should contact the social se ity. He .is still disabled. Has ----
curity office and, file a new the law been changed so he TROOPS Bitr SAS
claim. can now receive disability
dlskbUity' benefits.A.
Q.. I receive
own 'work record The law was recently LICENSE ,.1
on my '
and am the mother of three changed enabling persons who DURING YOUR
E 5 .I ) I ,.'. y y f minor children. l I could not became disabled before age BIRTH MONTH
L'vOI receive benefits for my children 31 to qualify for disability

because I had not workedat
least 1V6 years during the
tk. 3 years before I,became dis- I TIME TOI
< abled. Has there been any
r < < 3 # change In the law' that would I 'ATLANTIC

i : 4d make It benefits possible for;,for my me child to receive HARDWARE.1a 1

A. Under the recent changesIn

t_, the law, women no longer
have to meet a 'special work

requirement.for their childrento MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH I rI

; : : earnings.qualify You for benefits should on contact their I PHONE 439-2303 I

'1's your social security.- office and I .
file a claim.

J r --'''' ,*, ........ w -- -- Q. My wife died last year
and was survived by myself
Romance on the rocks? Lovelorn deer at the and two children under 18

International Deer Ranch, Florida's Silver years of age. Even though my NOTICE
nuzzles declaration of his wife had plenty of social security
Springs, credits, I was told no You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror
seasonal feelings. Doe-eyed object of his admiration payment could be made to the his assistant will be present in the various pre-

: is undecided, it would appear. children because she had not cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the

purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personal
n and Intangible Property, and applications for Home-
stead and other exemptions :

Precinct No. 1-Bunnell. Tax Assessor Office Friday. Feb..
ruary 14. 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
Carefree electric clothes drying
Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell. Masonic Lodge. Friday. February
"- i 14. 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M'

;. make, permanent Dress ". .._ .fl. .- ,... ,-. Precinct No. 2-Flagler 'Beach City-. Hall., Monday.. Febru
r ary 17. 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon. .
: '
ready to wear:. .j ...... Precinct No. 5-A-Parrot Village. Monday February 17.
1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.Precinct .
... ......... It raiaxes i No. Espanala, County Polling Building Tuesday
A flameiess( e.owinc\ c.,r .wrinkles I out.of permanent press garments:- so they're ready to put right.on. #';''''.f'; '.\ February 18. 10:00 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.

'Saves'you tows of dreary ironing I"And the rest of your wash comes out Precinct No. 3-A-Korona. White Eagle., Tuesday Febru +

perfect too:::" tumbled*dry until it's fluffy,soft and fresh-looking. .' '" ': ary. 18 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.

You can dry come rain: or shine-day or night, at your convenience. ..:',1f'. ; "., ".:.,' Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Community Halt Wednesday.

". You won't havtfto,lift lug and hang three tons of wet wash a year. Ana theN February 19. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00.A.. M.

sun never gets a chance to fade colors or to yellow your white things. '. Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park. Community Hall. Wednesday
s ,'r'I': iAn February 19 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
electric dryer costs less to buy.. : .":,1..

'., less to use..less for maintenance. .... The Tax laws require that you file a return on
;. And you enjoy peace of mindwith'4 Personal and Intangible Personal Property. regard-

no flame, no pilot light, no flue. .. less of the amount, before April 1st and I am required -
There's no match for flameiess. (" ,\ to assess a ten percent penalty upon your
....' '3. ''
s' x' failure to do so.
electric.. does so r" \ .
costs so little I ; All applications for exemption must also be
.t< filed before April 1st The Tax Assessor's Office is
t1 2"Y' Y y. Noon and 1:00 P. M.
open from 8 :30 A. M. to 12:00 '
to 4 :30 P. M. and we will be glad to assist you, if

/ : : : possible. Respectfully,

: D. R. MOORE,
: :
"I ,-" Jan. 9 April 3 Tax Assessor '
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I. NOTICEPursuant

:, to provisions, as set forth in Florida
( \' Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the
1967'Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee, or
10" ."" '--,(' Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessmentshall

: fill out a prescribed form.
; ., This application pertaining to Florida Stat-

.' utes 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricul-
tural Zoning for. Tax Assessment purposes and
.' :)' "'_'. -<'oj:' +"":,r;';':.;. has no relationship to ,the County Zoning of land
: ) ..,R \.ff, .: Eleven use. -
{ Property owners must file this applicationeach
: rate reductions year to the County Tax Assessor, between
\, January first and April first. so that the County
since 1957! Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the ap-
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.n. .J. : plication for Agricultural classification.
: :
: 'f." I... '" .. ,') Application forms are available at the Tax
C.' .... ''-.':;. ., __ 0M Assessor's Office.

,4:I IiII 8.it ....11.a.: '. .. ;. J .,. ." .. DONALD Assessor R. MOORETax .1

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= Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hearn I .. 4.. fl'
f' ; of St. Cloud Florida have announced r :
Mrs. Viloice Raulerson of St. the engagement and:
Johns Park announces the engagement approaching marriage of their YH
of her daughter. daughter Patricia' Ann to M-. '-, \

t 1krz Cynthia: Lee Durrance, to Donald Gilbert Anderson ,
Armv Specialist 4 Samuel J. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert ,.
Smith son:: of Mr. and Mrs. S. Anderson of Bunnell and i
Raymond: Smith, East Moody Ormond Beach. 4IL
Blvd., Bunnell. Miss Durranceis The wedding' is planned for IL
also the daughter of N. O. February 16 at 3 p. m. in St.
t i Durrance of Flagler Beach.A Cloud First Christian Church. .

= June wedding is plannedin ,.
Bunnell First Baptist

The bride-elect is a nativeof .
Bunnell and she Is a seniorat MRS. MEDDERS Lw i .

Bunnell High School. WEDMrs. _ -- .
Her fiance who attended:
Mr. and :Mrs. Alex Zysk of Flagler Beach celebrated their 50th
Medders Bun.
Bunnell High School,. is, :serving !\ Betty ,
with the Army in Vietnam nell and Mr. William C. Huff, wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon at a Mass at St. Mary's

where he is ''a medic at Elkton, Florida, were married Church. Korona and a reception afterward in the Church Social
. MISS DURRANCE the Lai Khe Second Surgical Friday January 31 at 7 p. m. Hall given by (their children, Mrs. Stanley Zance Ormond Beach,
Hospital. at the Bunnell First Baptist Ret. Maj. John Zysk, Coeur d'Alene Idaho and Warrant Officer
Church. The Rev. Charles An.
Ind.. .
Stanley Zysk of Kokomo,
GUESTS RETURN HOME Martha Novak' and Alex Zysk were married February 2,
Weekend houseguests at the ring The ceremony. attend 1919 at St. Mary's Church in Korona. They were the first coupleto
and couples only
Mr. 1lrs.VUUam "Bus-
Flagler Beach home of Al and exchange wedding vows in the church.Mr. .
te:" Campbell Lapel, Indiana ants were Mrs. Lola McCabe
Leola Jones were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bess Marquette of and Mrs. Anders. and Mrs. Zysk moved to Flagler Beach in 1955 from

Carl Jones, II and children Detroit, :Mich have returned After a short wedding trip Erie, Pa. where he was a barber for more ,than thirty years.
and Carl III and
Anne Cathy
Mrs Lotta McCarthy of Titus- home after two weeks visit at Mr. and Mrs.Huff are making Besides their children the Zysk's have eight'grandchqdren

ville; and Mr. and Mrs. Al Flagler Beach with Mr. Camp their home at S. Chapel Street, and two great grandchildren. .
bell's Mrs. Mc- Bunnell until summer, when
mother Mary ..
Jones Jr. and children Kathy --
Donald. they will move to Elkton
and Bert of Jacksonville.
where he is engaged in the DELTA KAPPA GAMMA OFFICERS




Titia Knight daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knight celebrated -
her fifth birthday
Tuesday afternoon at a partyat
her home at Haw Creek.
A "play-school" theme was

n used at the party. The young
guests made party hats, cut-
outs and enjoyed games.
:i Pink and yellow were the r '
colors used Ira' the decorationsand 1!

refreshments. A large %
birthday cake topped with a
miniature clown and candleswas
served with ice cream to,
the invited guests. 4, '
Enjoying the, gala occasion

with Titia, were GIna Seale, ,.- ,." .. I
Bobby Jean St more and. Le. .
Mrs. Etna COwderultls.. spoke on the challenges and
Pictured are 1 to' r, Mrs. Walter Knight, Miss Blakel}", Mrs. ta Knight, all bt Bunnell; and
problems of teaching to'Rho Sat-
Chapter. Deltd'Kappa Comma
of Ormond
Michele Frickq
M. B. Fuller and Mrs. Robert 'French.
( Beach. urday at a luncheon-meeting at the Bunnell Civic Center. About
BRIDE ELECT MISS MARGIE LEE BLAKELY' and her fiance j 46 attended. Pictured above are the 1969 officers of the teachers

:Mr. Robert Hillman were honored at 'a reception Sunday after OYSTER ROAS honorary sorority. left to right seated. Recording Secretary Mrs.

noon at the Knight 'home, 900 East Lambert Ave., Sunnell. The # RANCH Nell Coleman. Sanford; Corresponding ,Secretary[ Mrs. Fannie
couple will be married February 14 at the Bunnell First United Ashcraft Deland; standing are 2nd Vice President Mrs. Emmie
Methodist Church. About 85 attended the lovely affair. Bill and Mary Lenssen invited Gillespie. Leesburg; let Vice President Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth.

Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Knight Mrs. M. B. Fuller and ., a group of friends in for Bunnell Treasurer Mrs. Martha Sheldon. New Smyrna; and_
Mrs. Robert' French. They were assisted in greeting and serving'the an oyster roast Saturday President Mrs. Lois Musgrove.. Deland.

invited guests by. Mrs. Harry Atkinson, Mrs. Walter! Cody nightat. their home, Von Bu- .._- -- -

\ Miss Jerry Vaughn Mrs.. S. H. Cameron Mrs. W. C. Sullivan low Joining Ranch.the Flagler couple Beach.for the SHOWER HONORS grandmother of Charles Rob-

Mrs. M. B. McDanlel Mrs,, Tommy Durrance and Misses. Pati! son, also of Flagler Bea'ch.Mrs. .
Ben and Judy Lacy
feast were
French Rebecca and Leona Ann Durrance. Farris and, Ann McGee, Louis 'Robson moved to Florida I
In the receiving line with the honorees were the bride- and Joy Steflik Bo and Bette Myrlene Henry, Miss 60 years ago from Gales-
elects parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely and Miss Patty Hill. McDaniel Huc and Mary Elizabeth Allen and Mrs. burg, Ill. She was an active \
Flynn Edmonson gave a lingerie Alpha Xi Delta, alumnae; and
man sister of the prospective bridegroom. Mr. Hlllman's parents Ann Meekins and. Gordon
shower member of "Order otRose"
was a
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hillman were unable to attend' due to ill Shields. Tuesday night
honoring Miss Margie Blakely, ; American Pen Women -
ness.Yellow February bride-elect. The ; World Garden Club; and
chrysanthemums arranged in a silver bowl centeredthe RETURN TO ALABAMA
shower Literature London.
I was at 'the Blakely Club of
refreshment table overlaid with ,-a handmade lace-linen Mrs. Robert Smedley. Mrs. home. Pine St., Bunnell. She is survived by two
cloth. The table arranged with a silver coffeet service and crys. Hubert Smedley -"and ,Gwen Red and white was the daughters Mrs. Richter Flag.
tal punch bowl held a delectable assortment of dainty' sandwiches Smedley left -Tuesday to re color scheme used in the at., ler Beach; 'and Mrs. Huger B.
cookies and petits fours. ,turn ito their horrles at Jones, tractive decorations and flower Jones, Mound Minn.' ; five
Ala. after several days visit at ,arrangements. A: valentine grandchildren and five great-
BRIDAL LUNCHEON Mrs. Marvin Parker and her Bimini with Mr. arid Mrs. O. centerpiece flanked by lighted grandchildren.
sister in' law Mrs. Wallace D. Robertson. red tapers In white candelabrums -
COMPT.TMEN.TS Hufstetler. who had been vis- Mrs. Rbertson returned home formed the centerpiecefor Miss Faye Durrance of Atlanta
MISS BLAKELY iting in Bunnell 'the past sev- 'last Thursday ''from Halifax the refreshment table overlaid Ga. is visiting at ,St.
Mrs. R. W. Deen Jr. and eral weeks left Saturday' via Hospital whereshe under- with red satin and white Johns Park with her mother, '
Mrs. S. W. Allen entertained plane for Mrs.. Hufstetler's went eye surgery. net.Miss Mr. and Mrs.. Viloice Rauler' ; ,
at a luncheon Saturday at the home in Atlanta Ga. Elizabeth Henry and son.. ,
Whitehall Hotel, Daytona Mrs. Parker will also visit WEEKEND AT FT. BENNING Mrs. James Minchew were
Beach complimenting Miss relatives in Leesburg, Ala. O. K. and Debbie Herr and prize winners. About 16' Invited LYNN SMITHIS
Margie Lee Blakely whose before returning home. children Chuck and Debbie guests, attended. SEVEN
marriage to Robert Hillman Sue and Elizabeth Allen spent Lynn Smith son of Mr. and
will be an event of February Mrs. George Carter Lambert last weekend at Fort Benning, BEACH RESIDENTS Mrs. G. C. Smith of Bunnell, I
Ave.. Flagler Beach has Ga. visiting the Heir's son Pvt. MOTHER DIES celebrated his ,seventh birth
14.An artistic arrangement of as her houseguest Mrs. HarryE. Tommy Herr. Mrs. Jessie B. Robson, 95, 'day Wednesday afternoon at a

yellow and white gladiolus Nissen of Winston.-, salem Pvt. Herr Is in )basic train- passed away January 24 in a "party at Tiny Tot Playschool.
centered the table where N: C.GLENN. Ing at the Army camp. north: Florida hospital aftera Lynn and his playmates en-
places were laid for seven- i lengthy,illness' ,.She was the Joyed games at IdlehourS I
teen guests. CHRISTOPHER. : ; ,I M : LUNCHEON GUESTSMrs. mother of''Mrs1.' Charlotte Rich. ;(Playground. Traditional birth-
Guests Included Mrs. Lee MILLER te. ,of Flagler Beach and the :day refreshments were served.
Blakely mother of the bride Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller Mildred Kahlert entertained :; .
elect Mrs. Robert Hillman, Bunnell announce the:; birthof at a luncheon Tuesdayat \
mother of the prospective a son,, Glenn Christopher the Chicken Pantry for a,
bridegroom Mrs. Walter Miller.He group of friends from Ormond ANNOUNCINGThe
Knight Mrs. Walter Cody. was born at 2:45: Sunday Beach. Invited were Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Charles Cowart Jr., Mrs. afternoon at Halifax Hospital Kuntzmann Mrs. ;Hortense Opening Of -
Robert French Mrs. W. W. Daytona Beach. He weighed Horn and Mrs. Lois Van',1iou- i
I Deen Mrs. John Clegg Miss 9 pounds-9.. ounces Karen Clegg Mrs. Edward JACK'S DRIVE-IN f' ;;"
Hawkins Miss, Zen 'Ml zyka'''; JOHN! HOWARD BERTHA. JR. Mrs. Gordon t thlelds:,'and .j
Mrs. Marvin Parker Mrs. M. B. Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Mrs.. Levi ;BrannjirAvvreturned : r : i ; \
Fuller and Mrs. R. A. Powell. Bertha BiminI, are parents of. home, ,Sunday'$frora 1 Vienna. ::--94s. A1A and ''12tht.. j FLAGLER ,BEACH" ''I.
The hostesses presented the a son, weighing 8 pounds, Va., where they visited sever j <: !
honoree a piece of her chos- .10Vi ounces, born at 8:21'a.. m. a al 'days with' M>?. '-and;;Mrs. c. .- ; Try our Hamburgers -- 25c ,;.

en china' as a' memento of the u Friday at Bunnell 'General David Shields and_.,infant, son .... '. ,, ...J.:,
occasion. Hospital. Gregory. r






Word has been received of
When The Tribune
moved U'S office recently
we found
photographs -
the death of William Clifford
that had been used In feature
a "Citizens
of Tomor
Dozier, 16, former Bunnell
row" published In The Tribune in 1M9. We decided to see how youth who lived,at Pensacola.

many' of our readers could Identify these youngsters of yester, He was killed when a .410

year. The answers are at the bottom of the page. gauge shotgun he was carry-

Ing on a hunting trip dis-
w I ; charged and struck, him in the a i4
YJ chin. The boy was hunting t % ffi 9
with a companion when the

accident occured.He .
lived In Bunnell for several -
y years' and attended Bun-

s nell High School.
He is survived by his moth.

R v 9 %' er, Mrs. Rose E. Dozier, Pen-
sY'j 4 sacola; his father Henry A.

Dozier, McKee, Miss.; two

..-._ 1 brothers, Michael and Ken
r neth Dozter: and a sister, Lee .
Anne, all of Pensacola. ;",

IA ,k
Deland Players will

present a comedy "But Not

i S. .Y Goodbye" at the Shoestring
Theatre in Deland' Feb. 14.15
and Feb. 2122. Curtain timeis

8 p. m.

The cast includes two local Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner (left) received

} residents, Tom and Anita. the 1968 Florida man of the Year Award from Vernon E. Miller
ANSWED": Tap row, 1 to r, Lenssen. Anita's roll will .bo
editor of the sponsoring 'Progressive Farmer Magazine. Miller '
HASTINGS MATTRESS Sara Baldwin; Francis Anita that of Jennifer Griggs and
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Morris; Charles Ronald lIar. Tom will play 'the role of of Birmingham Ala., made (the presentation at a recent Talla-
710.12 Lemon St. ris. Howard Baker. hassee dinner ''attended by past recipients of the agricultural '

Palatka Florida Tickets for the performances honor: The Florida commissioner was cited for providing exceptional
Phone EA 5-9166 Bottom: row; 1 to r, Nancy may be obtained from the ) leadership in the state's dramatic agricultural pro-
Mercer Lyons; Bill Bowers, :
Furniture, Shoestring Theatre or by calling gress.
Upholtering Jr.; Jamesene Dawson Likens. 0
the Lenssens at 4392136.
Repaired" & Refinished I.
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Mattresses & Box Springs .. "
Made to Order Also RenovatedCall BHS BAND PERFORMS AT SPEEDWAY .. I

Laura Morris 437.3233 -. -- -- ';-- -q<, .,.... -> ... "
After '6:00 P. M. : ; : '!

-I 4rwe- .. ,.

Ju.st; as near as your I .Jtf -

Phone or Post Office

Prop Us a Card or Call .

Free Pick-up! & Delivery 111111 111111



NO. 42N lily 1<:. 4 t
plaintiff ;

VIOLET J.VS.BECKER etc.. ; 4- 1 :
et al. ;. : VL
Defendants.. .;* ': +I.
!ALI 1'r
o :
pursuant to a Final Judgment e
of Foreclosure dated January 23.
1969. and entered In Civil Action
No. 428 of the Circuit Court of
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of

la and wherein! Plaintiff for CATHERINE Flasrler and County VIOLET E. ADAMS Florida:: J. 'r t : '

BECKER etc.. et al. are Defend {{ I /+
ants I to the highestand ti
"b 15tW"d3:1" : for cash at the
North Door of the Flagler County -
Courthouse In Bunnell.. FlorIda ..
at 1100 A. M.. on 'the 19th ., 4
:;;.J '
day of February, 1969. the following -
described property as met : f fp
forth In..ald Final Judgment to- ..... .... ._ {
wit: -""' .. >
Lots 1 through 12, In Block .
\ 4 0 :. :..:... '
Lots 1 through 12. Block 6. Photo by Theo C. Heln
and Intem"tl Sp dFrlday
Iota 1 through 12. Block 11. .Bunnell High Schools "Biggest Little Band in Dixie" per formed at the Daytona Beach
Atlantic Beach. a SubdivisIon at the Speedway February 21.Bast I
Oovernment Lots Z during the World Championship Formula Vee, Race. The band has: been invited to appear
and 4. of Section 19. Town- .
ohln 12 South. Range 32 .-
1 ----
:.' as recorded iniat
Book 3, at Pages 24 and 24A

of Dated Flasrler the I this County Public 3rd,day Record Florida.of .FVsbru-of One Is Here!'

ary l GEORGE Rq. M. MOODY. The Big

clerk of said Circuit: Court
By Kathryn L. Emery
Clerk ,
Deputy -

Nation's largest factory outlet,. now located in East Palatka . .
GRAND OPENING "H.;; Irf., .....' 1969 MOD'EL (,; '.
In Cane ffn. 4IH>-KMAMIE ". ,-., 0 .' ail t ';.' .
L. WELCOME : in :..r ,, :. '::" ; '.$2988 .,. ... I
Plaintiff t ;. ......' .,1
vs WELCOME Person l .: a' Completely furnished, monthly
'" payments under $5O per month
Residence Unknown $51.38 per .Jo-':

suit You has are been herebY fled notified against that you a "NASHVILLE SOUND"SATURDAY l One-owner homes as low as $25 Down ,(:",\.
In the above entitled cause: and and MONDAY AFTER'II|| --' n
you are hereby ltrt\'hIe\ to k of 0 10, 12, & 24 Wades available-Lengths up -
your answer and 'Sunday Afternoon to 70 feet .
this Court and to serve a copy j
thereof upon the plaintiff or'FREE DOOR PRIZES
plaintiffs attorney whose name REGISTER# FOR $25 deposit puts your new home I IP. .

\ and RICHARD. O.address Drawer'AA D.Is: BERTONE- ,. ,Me" t. the. Good Guys in ,,the White. Ties! in lay-away \'

Florida I ITf
Hollv Hill.
A. v.. I
not later than March 10. '
1869 '
you fall to do so. Default for ,j rt I
against you I
will l>e entered ;
the relief! demanded In the .GREAT LAKES I .
of comnlalnt. The nature of maid 3 1E.J ::" .r
suit being; for .. t. t ... '"" ,"- MOBILE I HOMES o Telephone I :.. 904-325-5560. I
WITNESS mY hand and seal of' :. .. ,to
said Court this 3rd day ot Feb > Palatka Florida. Hwy. 17 jj LM r .'
rusty.' OEOROB'A. D..Jl MOOLS2: ;. ., > < A. ; and, TRAILERS i ., .

(orflcI 1 Real! ) "'1 (1 ( ". ::".a.'t.,' 'I
,ny Kathryn L: Em4frY I

!... .Deputy...F'eb.. : Clerk 6. 13.. 20 21. 4tc' "'


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BINGO 8:00: P. M. II. CHURCH NW2iTh, o CHURCH Baptist DIRECTORYFirst ChurchRev.

Charles Anders.. Pastor

,.,. Moody Boulevard Bunn3ll
) :dIIT r- -" -
Thursday _.i .&.....A r---.z- Sunday School.... .9:45: a. m.

FREE REFRESHMENTS FLAG'.ER BEACHMFTIODIST Sermon Worship Service....11:00 a' m.

: MEN Weekly Evening' Worship......6:30: p. m.

FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HAl I MEET MONDAY Itev. Oliver F. Taylor.. Pastor Adult Choir Rehearsal........7:30:

-SPONSORED BY- The Methodist Mens Club Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
Buimsll First United
of Flagler Beach United Methodist Monday .

Disabled American Veterans. Church: will hold a din. Methodist Church YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd

Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 ner meeting at Fellowship' FAITH AND BELIEF Monday

Hall on Monday February10th Many people live as 1 if thereis Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p. m.

NO MINORS ALLOWED atCp.m. no God. Some of these peo. Wednesday '

All men are ,invited. Reservations pIe have enough concept of Junior Choir: 3:30: p. m.

must be made by. religion to be agnostic thatIs Thursday

x Friday with Herman McCormick even though they do not

439.2548 or Axel Johnston deny the existence of God First United Methodist

rre I ON TIMECERTIFICATES 4392336. they believe that there is no Lambert Avenue. Bunnell

C 50 Dale Mysinger attorney proof of the existence 'of God. Rev. Oliver Taylor Pastor

/0 will be the after dinner speaker. Agnostics live in a sort of a Sunday School........9:45: a. m.

His subject will be "Wills twilight zone which supports Worship Service.....11:00: a. m.

VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3,000-90 DAYS and Legacies". The public is neither belief nor disbelief. Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45p. :

COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY Invited to attend: : the' lectureat However most agnostics put m. Wedhesday

NATIONAL 7p.m. up a brave front defending MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays

BANK LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN their position. 6:30: p. m.
Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada Faith in God Is more than WSCS: 1st Wednesday at

Florida IN Y JUOCJirs COUIIT the meaning of belief. 9
Ormond Beach AND Foil VLAULKlt Just a. m.

COUNTY KLOUIDA. Christian faith has referenceto Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
IN HE: Estate of a supreme understanding 8p.m.
1I1IllIillllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllll!! IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII 11I11I111111I11I11I111111111I111 IllIillIIlIIllIIlIllIIllI WILLIAM H. REED .-of the reality of God committed Methodist Men: 3rd Wednesday -

Deceased. to of life based at 7:15
JMOTICK; OK 1'IIOIIATIJ a way up- p. m.,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA on the moral principle as evIdenced -

TO ALL PERSONS INTEREST In the Holy Scrip Beach United
Insurance ED IN THE ESTATE OF THE Flagler
County ABOVE-NAMED DECEDENT: tures. The faith of the count- Methodist Church
You are notified that a writ: less millions of Christians
ten instrument purporting to be Reverend Reynold N. Hoover
the last Will of the decedent throughout the centuries Is
Daytona Ave... Flagler Beach
Inc. has been admitted to Probate
Agency In proof of God. More Importantto
this Court. Church School.._......9:45: a. m.
the individual is his '
You are commanded within own
Morning Worshlp..11:00 a. m.
six calendar months from the faith which enhances his life.

AM!! Forms of Insurance date this of Notice the first to appear Publication In this of Those who believe human' MYF. ..._.....................6:30: p. ,m.

Court and show cause, if possible life ''and the existence of the'P.rt't Congregational Meetlng-
X04 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 4373171't why the action of this Court 7:30: p. m.
and the universe are
In admitting the Will to probate
nell, Florida 32010 should not stand unrevoked. sinmly ft cosmic accident haveno
(SEAL) > St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
T. K. McKnight basis for real understand
County Judge. Flagler ing of life. A Christian Rev. Thomas Mably

.FEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSI.ISIiAL First publication County. Florida on Jan. 23. through his faith starts with Priest In Charge

-. Jan. 23. 30 Feb. 6.. 13. 4lcI.KUAI. the proposition of the existence 3 miles east of Bunnell on

ADVEHTISBMHPrr! BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AiiviInTiHmiiiiN'iWOTICK '-' of God. "The fool says Highway 100

COUNTY FLORIDA 01'' FLAOLER In his heart :there is no God Morning Worship....10:00 a. m7
RESOLUTION (Seal) : OF INTENT TO REG ." Psalms 53:1.
ISTER FICTITIOUS Church SChool..10:00: a. m.
WHEREAS. pursuant to section By /s/ OTIS S. HUNTER In -
336.09. FLORIDA STAT- <'halrmanATTEST Statute with Florida Holy Communion first. Sunday
UTES. 1963. AUDREY B. AT- 865.09. the undersignedwill MATIIERLY CLASS each monthEditor's
register with the Clerk of pf ,
KINSON. as Qualified landownerpetitioned
the Board of County Clerk/GEORGE M. MOODY the Circuit Court In Flagler ENJOYS OYSTER ROAST
Oomml8slon of Klanler Coun- County. Florida. upon receipt of
ty. Florida to consider the avail- .__ Feb. 6. Itc.l.nQAl Proof of Publication of this notice The Ma'therly' Sunday,School Note: Other churches
ability of exercising; the power AUVEIITISBMISIVT the following: fictitious Class of the First Baptist are' urged to furnish us with
name, to-wlt
.. ,
granted It by Section 336.09
Florida Statutes. 1963. and determine IN Tiff<: SEVENTH JUDICIAL APPLIED RESEARCH ASSOCIATES Church of Bunnell enjoyed an( their church calendar, and to

whether or not the CIIICUIT COUIIT, IN AND under which he is oyster roa'*t at the Frank keep us informed of changes., .
abandon die., engaged In '
County will vacate FOR Kl.AOL.KIl COUNTY. .
the operatlon'tof socio-economic Clet rgr home last Friday' eve -
continue. renounce and disclaimany LonIDA. .
right of the County and ot CASH!' 'iv o. DIV. 4 e-n tional research facilities and I design of all1 recrea ning. Victor Cowart; president, ,II h. :
the Public I In and to the following DORIS E. BERGERON.
described land or Interest Plaintiff things incidental thereto. The of the class was In charge of
address!! of said, business! la P. O. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
described the and
therein acquired hereinafter vs. Box 726. Flagler obtaining oysters ar
L. Beach. Flakier
: Defendant.BERGERON, County Florida and the under rangements. Twenty, seven' CHURCHES FEB. 6. 1969"Whithex
WHEREAS, the Board of signed la the .
NOTICE OF SUIT only person Interested members of the class and
County Commissioners of Flakier in said business. : shall I go from thy
County, Florida on 4 November TO 357: Paul Portland L. Bergeron Street toR H. Burns their families enjoyed. the af spirit? or, whither shall I flee
.. 19S8! granted said peti- Sworn
and subscribed! before ,
Coos fair.
County from ?, If I as-
they presence
tion; adopted resolution pursu- New Hampshire me this 20 day of January
ant to Section Florida 196! ,
336.09. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED cend up Into heaven thou art

Statutes.by 1963 SE"ctlon336.10: caused notice. Florida, reQuired has that been an filed action against for divorce and Notary PUhTI .J lvn State Winche of Florida PINNER TO HOLD there: If I make my bed in

Statutes 1963. to be posed'' and you are required to serve you a copy at Lar e. My commlslllion! expires BAPTIST REVIVAL hell behold thou art there."
published giving notice that. the Nov. 13. 1969.
of your written defenses. If any. These verses from Psalms are
Commissionersof Richard A. Schwartz Reverend Thomas
Board of County to It on GILLESPIE AND GILL- Pinner
Flasrler County. Florida ESPIE. attorneys for Plaintiff. Attorney, for Apollcant pastor of First Baptist Churchof part of the Responsive Read-
:?nn H
would on 2 December 1968 at address' Is 233 North RirterewQod Ave.
whose ing included in the Bible Lesson'Sermon
t> 00 o'clock A. M. consider the Causeway'! New Smyrna Beach. Daytona Ben oh. Florida 32014. Hialeah Florida, will hold
advisability of exercising the Florida 32069. and file the original Jan. 23. 30. Feb. 6. 13. 4tc week's Youth Revival at the to be read In all
power granted to It by Section with the Clerk of the above Christian Science churches
3309. Florida Statutes. 1963. I.FoGA. Rr1VEIITIvl%ti.1'1' Pimnell Baptist Church In
Court before
styled on or
and determine whether or not March this week. The lesson is titled
3. I'XtS! ; otherwise a judgment NOTICE OF INTENTION TO according to an announcement
the County would vacate, aban- "
may he entered against you for "Spirit.
NAME made by Reverend
don. discontinue. renounce In the Com-
the relief demanded In
disclaim Any right of the Countv plnlnt No. 1175.compliance with House Bill Charles Anders. Among related passages to
and of the public In and to WITNESS mv hand and seal Chapter 20953. Laws! of be read from the denomina-
Florida. Acts of,1941. as! amended The Youth Council of the
said described land: which hearInG of said Court on the 24th day of the and
undersigned will tional textbook Science
:' WHS continued until 9:00: January 1969. A. D. with the Clerk Bunnell Baptist Church is In
Air, 3 February 1969; George M. MoodyAs Court In and for Flagler Circuit COUh-' charge' of arrangements. Rev Health and Key to the Scriptures .
"' no one having appeared Clerk of the Circuit ty, Florida Baker Is
EroE-Je Court upon receipt of proof erend Pinner Is a formenpastor by Mary Eddy
or having otherwise of publication of this notice the
objected to the vacating. (SEAL,) Julia' R. Harvey following fictitious name: of I the First Baptist Churchof the following: "Man walks in

abandoning discontinuing renouncing Am By Deputy Clerk Toronto Motor Court. 1820 S. Atlantic Bunnell and his ministryhad the direction towards which he
and disclaiming any Jan. 30. 4tc. (AlA) located at Flagler and where his treasureis
right of the County and of the -"Beach Florida under which (I) a strong appeal to the looks
ubllc In and to said des rlb- .rr-F: ()AL ADYIa RTiSI6MENTIN 'WIll engage In the business of youth of the community.DIST. there will his heart be al
ed strip of land; and operating a motel and that the' so. If our hopes and affectionsare
WHEREAS It appears that T1IF3 CIIICUIT COURT FOR undersigned Is the only person
'the vacating, abandoning dis F-l.AOL.mi COUNTY. KL.OIII-, Interested In said business. PRESIDENTTO spiritual they come from
continuing renouncing and disclaiming Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this above not from beneath and
any right of the County CIVIL ACTION NO 492 13th day January A. D. 1969. ADDRESS
and of the Public In and to TMvlalon E Joseph R. Cramp they bear as of old the fruits .
said described strip of land will ESTRELLA YOUNG, fMassles! Motor Court) BEACH WSCSDeland of the Spirit."

not county materially road system Interfer and with will not the Plaintiff.ve. Box 266Flagler Beach Fla.Jan. District Womens Socle All. are welcome to attend.
deprive any person of a reason- JOHN YOUNG 16. 4 to. *v Christian Service Presl- ,
of Ingress and egress dft.nt.NOTIC.J \
able means
I to his premises from at least OF SUIT T.roGA .nVRnTIilFM'F1NT! dent Mrs. Ralph Anderson FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST
.' federal TO JOHN YOUNG will be the
one county, state or "jtinOK' principal speakerat
highway therefore 'Saglnaw 1429 Johnson Michigan Street AND FOIL FLAGLER the Flaerler 'Beach Methodist I
+ FLAO.EROCOUN- action for divorce
SIONERS OF has that been an Sled against you and RF5- Estate of Thursday Feb. 13. The meeting Reverend Reynold S. Hoover

TY, FLORIDA. AS FOLLOWS: you are required to serve a copy'of WILLIAM H REED. will be In the church social announced there would be
1. That ,the strip of land In your written defenses If any. Deceased.
Flagler County. Is particularly to It on Plaintiff's Attorney. NOTICE TO .ORFJOITORI! hall at 9:30: a. m. special services at Flagler
de as follows: LAWRENCE W.. BORNS, whose All creditors of WILLIAM H. Mrs. Frank Schwenk Is In Beach United Methodist
i c:3c d thirty foot (30 )- Is 412 North Halifax REED who died on 27 November
A address
Church He
charge of the devotional. Hostesses Sunday morning
I road Intersecting Lot 4. Avenue Daytona Beach Florida 1968 while a resident of -
Block D. Section 12. Town and file the original with the Kiawler County, Florida, are no- at the coffee hour will will render a reading of "He
12 South. Ran :e 30 East Clerk of the abovestyled courton tided that they are required tofile ,
be Mrs. G. Bergengren andVies. Knew Lincoln" by Ida M. Tar-
any clolms Tor demands that
diagonally from the Northwest or before the 24th day of Feb.
corner In a .straight ruary. 19S9 otherwise a Judgment they mav have against his Estate } O. Mless.
In the Office of the bell.Special
Southeast" corner be entered against County
i line to the may music will be
.. provided
.Jl1dj' \ 9 of Fl gler County Flor-
Lot and Section. for the relief demanded In
'r said you
+f .
2. That any right of FlagUr the" CnrnnlAlnt l for Petition. 1d* In the Courthouse at 'Bun CHURCH DINNER ; by the church choir.
County. Florida. or the Public.In WITJEa mv hand and the nell Tlorlda.thin six' calendarmonfhs PLANNED FEB. ( There will be an Installation -
from the date of the first
Int""tth..ln. of ld Court this 17th
land or seal iliA nn
to anv
and| acoulr" In connection daY. of .Twnarv. "!"'''. MHlicatlon.1"* of ..this Notloe. Each, The Pentecostal Holiness of officers of the Metho
with the establishment, mainte- (OKOno M :MOODYas ** nr anA c'efr'flied nd In must duntlcate.nr h" Inw'tlnR Church of Bunnell Is sponsoring l dist Mens Club during the

nance or use county, of said road strip or road of Ooiit-t CMerk'of' the Circuit. .. must *f..te the place of restAenne a dinner Friday Feb, 7 service. The officers to be Installed
land for a .. "
end address ofI.r
and the same is /Opnrl1Ce M. Mood"Omcisl from 11:00 -til 1:30 are Herman McCor-
purposes be .1el .ir hereby renounced" and disclaim-- ( : Court.' 23 .30.fleshJan. Feb. (. 13. 4tc'rur.Curs tb-4 rt .;:...+,t his ev.nt nr his at the Bunnell Civic Center. mick president; Allen Jenk-
e< ,.tv".v _nr I* wwlll,become void
.53. That anv right of Flaglerrvtunt" .,. A,.-........- to law Baked ham and fried chicken inson, vice president; Robert
FlTlrt* and the PublicIn .......,.,..- I Tian""'"- T-,14iq; TeR9.' will be served a spokesman >J. Wallace secretary and treasurer .
and to the land delineated on .T...|. Tl. HnrveV.
anY recorded( man or plat as a .n. F. A ..FORORegistered '( .All...'lnlqt....fr or' .',.ne Es- said. J* Reverend E. Lester Stanton -
road or highway In connection \\I ... Dinners devotional
'street nf" WTT.T.T.A1VI If.r will also be deliver- chairman;

maintenance with the or establishment.of said! r .'.."Iii%(....n-"n'q .t,,.,.Dsrsssed_ .' ed. For delivery call 437.3925 Leonard. Johnson and Lyman
roomy real ". A"f- r" Rea! Estate Broker -r. n nn. "Aft or 4373729. f Gage program chairmen and
'nur..o..e.. be. and the same are n.1. WtnrIAQCAtn '
hereby 'renounced and dlsclalmT fit"--..... I-.. .......,I"'C. from the dinner' Axel Johnston and William

'- .," BunnelU Florida '..t T>nMtcMtlon"' ,on,.JJ a-23 will be used for. church projeCts "" Givens membership chair.
i DONE In even session this 3rd 196Q. .*. men.sTHE .
j day of FEBRUARY 1969. "..A .L .. Jan. 23. 30. Feb. 6. 13. 4tc.

FEBRUARY 6. 1969 A WEEKREMEMBER Tq ,, the Commissioner; and Suz BIRTHDAY DATA
anne Clarke, a sophomorefrom

CLASSIFIED TcmTY P Miami, as Kate Pinker. Happy birthday this week to:

The week of February 15 to ton.On
22 has been set aside National February 27 and 28, the Today: C. H. Cowart; Nancy
ADVERTISING 1 ham- CL\.srj! : JAR1" Future Farmers as Of Stetson University Opera Threadgill, Nancy Dockendorf, )

America Week. The .theme of Workshop will feature two Lila Jansic.

;:: I ,. .....J I 8"'! #'. this observance Is "FFA-An guest artists, Judith Moore of Friday: Ralph Massey, Jr..
-r'll; ';nr .i .t, J 1 .1 Opportunity For Youth." The Deland and Waldie Anderson, Lucy Fuelling.
Y--,"- ,
of tenor a faculty member of
Future Farmers America is
the National Arts Saturday: Barbara Schleicker. -
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet a national organization of Academy of.
lis help beautify' Flagler : Flagler Beach City high school students studying Interlochen Michigan.
County. Large variety of ever- Commission meets at 7:30 p. vocational agriculture in our All seats for the four per Sunday: Edwin Minton,

greens, palms, hedge plants. m. public schools. It is an educational formances will be reserved. Grady Prather Sr., Lisa Faye

5',2 miles S of Bunnell on (-0-) nonprofit, nonpolitical Tickets are now available by Massey Kathleen Hall, HarryB.
mail at $1.75 for adults $1.00 Treadwell Margaret Ann
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc organization of. by and for
Bunnell Band these for high school and non-Stet Shelton.
Parents'meet students. The foundation
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ing at 8 p. m. at Bunnell High upon which it is built includes son college students and 75c Monday: Michael Leo Mor-
School Band Room. for children. Tickets may be rison.
fields Installed; Rota-Roter leadership, character
snail shell. Reasonable prices. e-o.) development sportsmanship, secured by writing directly to Wednesday: Pamela Mc- '0 1
the Director
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 Flagler County CAP will cooperation, community servIce Opera Workshop Daniel Susan Minton Martin
8-1-tf meet at 7:30: p. m. at Bunnell. thrift scholarship, improved Box 1399, Stetson University. Fuelling, Maybelle Hardin.
Airport. Deland. Florida 32720.Children .
agriculture, organized rec
COMPLETE HOMEENT R. (-0-) reation, citizensip and patriot.
TAINMENT UNIT-COLOR T. Flagler Beach Public Library ism. The FFA itself does not
V., STEREO A. M., F. M. RA. hours: 2:00-5:30: : p. m. Tues make its members outstanding .Are. Natural Born Artists II
DIO. $275.00 CASH. PHONE .....[ -., ,_ .
days, Thursdays and Satur- but instead, provides the ; ":iDr. 1nl1m
4373720. days. opportunity for them to excel,
Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 13, 20, 4tc. (-0-) grow and become outstanding.

SINGER- -- zig zag-1968- -model- FRIDAY: Pentecostal Holiness Young people In FFA learn
Church the of local initia-
dinner 11:00-: meaning
used less than three months.
Guaranteed. Makes buttonholes 1:30: at Bunnell Civic Center. tive. Local FFA chapters provide .
(-0-) the strength of the or
blind stitches
and r
fancy stitches without attach. SUNDAY: The Korona Com ganization. In the local chapters
munity Club meets student officers and memo
at 2:30 p. ,
ment. Pay balance of $43.00or
6 payments at $8.00 a m. at St. Mary's Church Social bers develop into agricultural
Hall. S
leaders.As t
month. For more information,
long as we have youth
without obligation, call De-
organizations such as FFA we
land 734.0018 between 9:00: to MONDAY: Flagler Beach
rest assured that the violence
5:00. After 5:00: 7342195. TFC Lions Club supper-meeting at may
and lawlessness of the
6:30 p., m. at Rogers Restaurant -
FOR SALE-One 2-bed room at Flagler Beach. dissenters, whose only aim is
house, nice, $5500.: One 4-bed.. destruction, will represent the
room, 2 baths, % block from (-0-) acts of a minority-and a { :: .. q ; .

ocean, 100 ft. lot, $8500. May Veterans of Foreign Wars small minority at that.
tag wringer washer, $35; good meeting at 7:30 p. m. at the
refrigerator, $15; Antique post home. West Moody Blvd., "MADAME BUTTERFLY"STETSON

peer mirror, $100; antique' Bunnell. HOMECOMING ii

dresser, $35; antique cherry (-0-) ..
chest, $100; queen size antique TUESDAY: Order Eastern OPERA
bed .$50; and other Star Chapter No. 93 meets at The Stetson University :-: ;
furniture. Call. 439.2317; 8 p. m. 'at /the Masonic Hall in Homecoming weekend will : : I

Jan. 23, TFC. Bunnell. feature performances of Gia-

(-0-) como Puccini's "Madame\ But
terfly' on February 26, 27, 28,
The Idlewood Club will
MEN WANTEDIn l meet at 8 p. m. at the homeof and March 1st in Stover The. ",' """.*x'Z- :,.... rt..' ii."r .t. ;:.:>;"'::;,;+J 1-1l.:; .,fi rxJ'1PWI: ''::;, !
Thl Area To Train Am atre. The production'wUI be Anyone who's ever Any urban
Mrs. Gordon Shields, Moody youngster'sfirst
LIVESTOCK Blvd., Bunnell.. sung in English, fully staged, watched a pre-schooler with a visit. to,, a farm is almost ..
(-0-) costumed, and accompanied box of crayons or finger sure to inspire a "master-
BUYER Cloud H. Miller, Florida'Probation by orchestra.T paints is probably aware that piece" as he seeks to share his

and Parole Commission The production'':of "MadameButterfly" the gift of self expression, is excitement with others. His -.
Learn to bay cattle; h f ogm; of Orlando, will be the will 'feature two instinctive in, children.A model Farm Set and Pet .
veal and lambs at ale barnn, casts. The performance on young Mobile_by' Nylint Steel Toys
and direct* "'f'runr--1.- guest speaker' at the BunnellLions' February 26' ''and; March 1st child's first adventures with 'their realistic 'farmanimals' ..
prefer to train .wUb'farm
men Y Club luncheoni-meeting
or livestock experience. will be sung by ''art excellent into art generally reflect Jiis'own and dogs will prob-
For local Interview ..write.Klvlnir at 12:15 at Bunnell Civic Cen world .his
student cast with CatherineJoel parents, ably be' pressed into duty as
axe to National phone Inatltute- ter. a junior from Orlando, pets house and favorite toys models while he. paints
of Meat Packing llox 16OO3, (-0WEDNESDAY-) in the title role;,,,'4lan Celoria, all make great subjects. But trucks, horses, cows arid dogs
Cleveland Ohio 441, 6. : a senior from Orlando, as all too often we wellmeaningadults the way they "really look".

....1 Lincoln's Birthday. Pinkerton; Richard Estes, a stifle this natural creativity (Just expect to find a stake
.. (-0-) with advice such as truck and a collie dog bigger
TO WHOM IT MAY junior from Charlotte, N. C.,
Country Club will meet at "the truck should be smaller than barn).,
CONCERN: as Sharpless; Larry Hancock,
9:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. than the barn". Of course he Art deserves encouraging.It .
I,' Thomas F. Stuckey, will a freshman from Tampa as
Charles Cowart Jr. at Haw draws the truck biggerl! Those brings out the best in a
be ,for Goro Nancy Baker, a senior
no longer ;
Creek All members are re- things dearest to him are child:. While it may not
any debts incurred by any- minded of the time change. from Greenvile S. C., as Suzuki rarely in proportion. He likes become his future career, it's
one other,than myself. (-o-) ; Ron Bostic, a' sophomorefrom trucks better than barns. sure to help him to become a
/Thomas F. Stuckey The City of Bunnell Public Jacksonville, as Prince Don't discourage him;let him' happier more imaginativeand
Jan. 16, 23, 30; Feb. 6, 4tp. Library hours: Each Wednes- Yamadori;. Warren Dlckson a draw it as he "feels" it.. self-reliant individual.
from Winter Park
sophomore ,
MAN OR WOMAN: For Real day from 9 a. m. until 12 at the Bonze; Ronald Smith,

Estate Sales in Flagler Coun- noon. a senior from Atlanta, Ga., as
If unregistered, broker will
eYe -
sPonsor license. Write Flagler CRAIG FUNERAL HOME _

Tribune P. O. Box 38, Bun- I I _
nell. Jan 30, Feb. 6, 2tp A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director 1 -

HOUSE FOR SALE:--2 bed- JOHN CAPO. Manager t"

rooms-CBS house with carport after: you seen AIR OXYGEN ,
utility room and fenced I LADY '
Corner lot attractively your doctor. CONDITIONED EQUIPPED
landscaped. Reasonable. Call CHAPEL j AMBULANCES :

4373138. Jan. 30, 4tc. bring;your
Phone ID 7-3532
Color TV For Sale; One Console 1 prescription to
Zenith 23" TV. Call 437- 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
3331. 26ltc.
FOR SALE-One 2-bed room

house, nice, $5500. One 4-bed. '"*,
room, 2 baths, /4 block 'from NOTICENotice
ocean, 100 ft. lot, $8500. Call Professional BIdg. f

4392317. Feb. 6, TFC is hereby given that 'a municipal election .

FOR SALE-Large frame will be held in the City of Bunnell. Florida I

house sets on 1% acres of - on Tuesday. the 4th day of March A. D. 1969. ;

beautiful high dry land. 1 for the purpose of electing three City Commissioners +

mile from Bunnell. Price $7- I BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS -two .for two-year terms and one for a f ."
995. Owner: 4392287. Forgotto 657 one-year term. All persons desiring to have their \
mention 40x80 swimming 1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box names printed upon the official ballot as candidates I .

pool, in need of repair. 2.6-ltc BUNNELL, FLORIDA are required to pay to the City Clerk of said i

LOTS FOR SALE-Beautiful FREE ESTIMATESBAR City. with whom he qualifies,. a filing fee of five

1-acre lots, large of oak Bunnell shade FIXTURES -= BUILT-IN KITCHENS per centum ((5% ) of the annual salary of the office \
1 mile east
trees. of City Commissioner of said City on or be- j
from $1250 up. Call 4392287. BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS
Feb. 6. Itc. fore 12 ::00 o'clock noon, on the 21st day of Feb- !

New 3-pIece bedroom suite, Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Notice is further given that the registration
tilting mirror, non stick draw- BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST BARS Ii
with box books of the. City of Bunnell Florida, are now
springs ers. Complete and quilted inner- Laminated Plastic Upholstery'Fronta open for registration of voters to and including I

spring mattress, $178.50. Jer FINE HARDWOODSMost the 21st day until 12:00 noon, of February. A. D. I'

ry's Furniture Old Dixie Hwy. orders filled within 15 working days. Now Serving 1969.

2 mi. S. Korona. Ph. 4373752.. all areas in 75 mile rod. of Bunnell. /Barbara C. McCabe. City Clerk .
Feb. 6, 1 tc. \
of '
CALL COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 437-3928 City Bunnell Florida

Cotton Is non-allergenic. EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED Feb. 6, 13, 20. 3tc7THE

Cotton fibre has a "twist." -



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coming: back empty handed., SPORTS RATES HIGH AT
drum. (-0-)
(-o-) There has been word that .. OCALA CONTESTThe
Surf and Bridge FishingA fresh water fishing has been "'MO FES: (
I IH few drum and bass are good, so if your luck hasn't I Bunnell, Chapter Future
dl being taken from the bridge been good at salt water fish BUNNELL CAGERS Farmers of America livestock
at the inlet. Along the surf Ing, It might be worth your WIN TWO-LOSE ONE judging. team placed fifteenthin
small catches of whiting be. while to try fishing at one of The BUS Bulldogs defeatedthe the Southeastern ,Fat Stock
ing taken. the fresh water lakes. Crescent City basketballteam Show. FFA Livestock Judging
Contest at Ocala Friday. There
(-0-) 61.57 Tuesday night in
44 teams competing in
Blnq's Fishing Resort
a game played at Crescent
Fishing at Blngs as other City. Members of the Bunnell
The Jayvees lost to the
camps is slow. The largest Judging Team were Charles
Crescent City ,Jayvees 4532.
rntch being at 'approx. 100 Ibs. Williams, Ray Smith Leonard
H cl bass drum, blues and The Bulldogs travel to St. King, Mike Rawlins and Kenn
night to
Augustine. Friday
'-'iltlng. This catch being Tucker.
,-,i-tiby J. E. Diggs, Dorothy play St. Augustine High. The local chapter members
tom. *""Hlns.' Dorothy.Taylor and Game time is 8 p. m. plan.rto participate In the FFA
The Bunnell Girls played
""dlth Tarver all from Jax. Day activities at the Florida
D&B at St. Augustine Tuesday
FISHING LINEBy From Holly 11111 were John State Fair Saturday February
with 8 night and won 5834. .
Al Zamba -nrt Paul Holtzhouse 8. .
bass and 1 sheepshead. A fre- BUS CIRLSBASKETEERS
Week Ending Jan. 31. 1969 orient visitor from Jax Is Mr. CARVER:: DEFEATSPATJITKA

Jack Genung's Fish Camp '.ewe with 2 sheepshead, 8' JR. HI CAMPING '
Taking advantage of the blues to his credit. Tom Lewis, PLAY CLAY HIGH The Carver Junior High ,
lull In the. fishing Jack is Ormond had 2 bass weighingIn Boys basketball team won a MADE EASY

making repairs on the docks over 8 Ibs. each. The Bunnell High School 46 to 27 victory: over Palatka A new type of camping Is
hoist. Girls Basketeers will play Junior High School Tuesday
and painting !the
The best fishing area seemsto luring people to Florida's
Jack did say a few trout be north of the camp from Clay High, defending conference night at the local gym. High State Parks-modern conven-
are being taken on the bridge. Marker 102.106 which .has champs, at Bunnell Gym point scorer was Leroy Jem ience camping. .
(-0') been productive in bass, blues, February 7 at 7 p. m. Bunnell kins with 22 points. Most pack trailers
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp drum and whittng. has a 11.0 record, Clay High, This places Carver boys in campers
or tents with equipment. cook
Truman tells us that the (.0.) 101. Bunnell handed Clay first place in their conferencewith
ing utensils dishes, and other
fishing is still slow around Flagler Beach Pier High ithelr only loss early in' a record of nine wins necessities ,and then embark
the camp. Truman's wife the season., -, and only one loss.
Onie, tried her luck and Fishing on the pier is still Bunnell's girls "B" team will They play the last game 01 on their vacation by pullingit
managed to bring in a good slow with a few catches of play Clay High's "B" team in their season Friday night all to the campground
catch of bass. Martin Griener. whiting being (taken. Many a preliminary game at 6:00p. : when Central Academy Junior Now visitors from all parts
Palatka' had a good catch of veteran fishermen like Otis m. High come to Bunnell. of the nation don't need a lot
of gear for a camping trip In .
N Florida State Parks. Instead,
.. .'t'"
they can rent a fullv-equlpp--
+ ..f''r'! ".1 ed trailer' In Hlllsborough
: ;;' : River State Park near Zephyr-

'" >; ;- ,; ; ',t ::::: .: ;:,.;? ;:?::,: hills.Hlllsborough River Which

,. boasts wildlife and 900-year
Sa .../, ,;. .....
e"on ::,:"' I" \ 'c 1I,. old oaks, as well as a host of

,.. ." .. recreational facilities, provides
r :-i.. ...".) eight trailer cottages for
: \'," camper use.
: :
.. "\, '" -: 'The trailers contain all the
e' :, modern conveniences needed

of i ,'. by ''a family. Campers need
onlv bring linens for the
r Mustangswith trailers are completelv furnished .
,' containing stoves, 'water

: heaters, lights refrigerators -
., -even dishes land cooking
utersils. And, they are air

;: ; conditioned.:: '
popular options during our
4 !: ....,r I .

wr h Ford Country Pop-Option Sale. ';' : ::<, RACING: FUNDS

'., : ,. ., DISTRIBUTEDState

rat*--' 1., f '." racing taxes supplied
almost $2 million to Florida's
'f '. '.} 1
( k (.' '''': sixty-.severt counties duringthe
: '. $ : .' ''" '
.t.. ., -.. 'month of January Comptroller
w- rFull" '
; ... Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson
price for a sporty ( ',., Jr. revealed today.:
Pop-Option Mustang before ,Each. : county's share in, the '
deducting; your trade-in $1.9 million disbursement
allowance.BUNNELL. : amounted to $23,500 for a $3-
=' 500, increase over its helpingof
racing proceeds In' January,

.": W'h.: :::r#, S "To date this racing season,
counties have received a
grand total of $7.5 million

from the pari-mutuel tax,,
Dickinson said. "The sum represents -

a sizeable ..increaseover -
,a million dollarsabovethat

:. distributed to countiesfor

: : : I JI 68."the same period of 1967-

"Breaking it '''down to the I

county level, all counties have,
'realized over $19OOO ,more in '
racing monies to date than )
they had received at this time i.

last. year,"' Dickinson 'added. L'



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