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 13, 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
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00474
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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57 NO. 8 _. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13 1969 S3.50 A YEAR-.

School Board FB CommissionAsks THE FIRST DAY OF CONSTRUCTION Nine To Seek

fl ". DiscussesLegislation TV Co. To Posts In Flagler

," Fulfill ContractThe Beach Election

The Flagler Board spent a Flagler Beach City Com i ; 'HIT' Nine candidates qualified deadline
before the 5 m.
I good portion of their meeting misson voted unanimously
,s Tuesday for Mayor of the Cityof
Tuesday considering the effect Monday night to notify Mic- and three
of proposed legislation on anopy Cable TV Company of Flagler
Schools. They ,and requirement seats on the town commissionto
Flagler County the city's request
at the March 4
set a special meeting at 5 p.m. of fulfillment of ': be
election. Incumbent MayorHerbeI'
4 on next Tuesday to give more the terms of the franchise to i
Fuller Is seeking re
detailed consideration of legis. provide cable TV for the city... t :
election. A former City Commissioner
lation.It In other action the Commission
'" C. O. Magee is also
was reported that all :
special salary bills ,effecting VOTED to reopen the city's seeking the post.
Candidates for the three-
salaries' of books until Feb. ,
the county super registration incumbents
commission seats are
intendents have been voided. 11 enabling persons to register Howard Lerch and
Action must be taken on a for the city's March 4
and C. W.
special,salary bill for the superintendent election. Notices of the, re- Keene ;
I Barnes, Mrs. Marge Givens,
of schools or his opening will be posted. The
Mrs. Elfie Goodwin, Floyd V.
salary will revert to the state registration books were closed .-
Hurl and William G. Richter.
which would place him In a Feb. 3. The books were reopened .

salary schedule category less by 'the commissionersafter The above house; stocked t the neighbors as they came home The newly and elected mayor commissioners will be

than a classroom teacher. it was noted a candi- for lunch. Early Friday morning the prefabricated house was seated at the organizational
qualified for
Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth appeared date who had
ask'If In trailer trucks on rail cars. By noon the walls were up and meeting Tuesday, April 8. The
before the Board to the election was not registered
I the roof was being. erected. This picture was 'taken* at 2 o' two holdover commissioners
the Board would accept a to vote. The action was
truck that the Band Parents taken on the advice of the clock on the same day. as Contractor Bob Danner was open- are Max Porte and Rufus Mill

Association would buy for the city's attorney who told the Ing the front, door, This will be the home of Mr. and Mrs. er.City Clerk Helen Nolte stat-

purpose of hauling band commission they could open Ed Zeller.
for absentee
ed applications
equipment. They wanted the and close the registrationbooks

Board to operate and maintain for any period of time BEAUTIFUL BRICK RESIDENCE AT LAKE DISTON at ballots' ''her office are now In City being Hall.Miss taken.

the truck. they desired, and that no __.__ ..___A_ --.;;...., ---...........___.__....___ iJlf04! ( "
The Board indicated they' specific closing of the books

would cooperate but they had been established .toy the BunnellHigh

would require title of the City Government.

truck and they would wantT. HIRED Frank Waugh for 90' ContestSlated

P. Chambers, bus supervisor days ait $2 per hour for'main- ,, ')J, ,
to approve any vehicle( tenance work at the water Feb. 22 : ::: ''

they would buy in ordef'that' works and hula 'huts. Charles

safety maintenance factors be Robson was hired to :-work .....tomra The twelfth annual Miss,
considered.Mrs. one day each week '118; city ,, Bunnell High 'Contest spon
Joyce Sparkman was .policeman. ... ..'." .- .--- -' sored by the Tri-HI-Y will be'

appointed manager of Bunnell HEARD a request from Joe Saturday Feb. 22 at 8 p. m.

.o.c. High 'School .Lunch..Department ,. 'Klrkland.., Bunnell;''for' a .IIcense'to :: In the Bunnell High School

and Mrs. Hattie King" "pperate. beach, A' ._"....con- gymnasium. Trt-Hi-Y sponsorIs
y' was .appointed} / assist inthe, .cession. f&'!: *V --v :" ; Mrs Keene Gurnee.

L r- school lunch' pjogram.'Tf: *,;;,,.'v*, ::... "GRANTEDxi>erml3son.toHtheFlagler"Breach : ," : ... _,About. twenty, contestantsJwlH -. ..-. .'
". ':: W
WOMAN'S CLUB* <* install a fountaifi In the city' Local businesses'..asked i-:.-

ANNUAL ART park. '<\\ X ," to sponsor contestants. A nominal

SHOW SET AGREED to install,a, street entry fee Is required.

March 29 is the date set for light halfway between' S. 17th ". Entertainment will be pro.
the Annual Sidewalk Art and 18th streets on Flagler'Ave. oo..'"-''' < vided.

Show sponsored by the.: Flag. I
let Woman's Club Mrs. E. P. APPROVED a letter to the BEACH PTAFOUNDERS

chairman.Art Board of County Commission. .
Fleurie is show
The beautiful brick residence shown above Is, the home DAY ;>
craft and hobby entries ers urging them to rent or I
will be exhibited in the Flag. lease the Bunnell airport facilities. ''of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shaw at Lake Diston. It Is the same PROGRAM FEB. 17 ,

ler Beach Municipal Recreation type construction as the house shown In the top photo. It .j.)

Hall. Everyone In ,Invitedto VOTED to offer the owner comes, complete with built In cabinets, refrigerator, stove, Flagler Beach PTA Past

enter according to Mrs. of the property east of the plumbing and central heating and air' conditioning.The President Mrs. Vernon Haines, -

Charles Sindelar, club presi city park $5 per front foot for Shaws,have added a fireplace in the living room anda will outline the PTA history ':'
dent. the land. If the owner is not overlooking the lake. Contractor Bob Dan- at the Founders Day program ,
screened porch
BUNNELL ELECTIONQUALIFYING receptive to the offer the city Shaw residence completed In a few Monday night Feb. 17 at 7:3O, f...
to have the
will acquire it by eminent ner expects' The meeting will be In .the ;: ;\

DEADLINE FEB. 21 domain ,proceedings. weeks. school' cafetorium. '
The Disabled American Vet- ,
Those planning to qualifyfor -- .
the Bunnell City election CATHERINE HARRIS DISTRICT WINNER Bunnell MarchOf erans Jim Booe Chapter will r
have until noon February 21 present two flags to the school .

to do so. An election 'will be Dimes Drive United States Flag and
Florida State Flag, according '
held, Tuesday, March 4 to ..
elect three city commissioners, Nets $300March to Mrs.chairman.Tommy Durrance, pub ,\t .

two for two year terms and licity '
of Dimes County Refreshments will be serv :>,
one for a one year term. .A : \. .
fee of five percent of the Chairman Mrs. Harry' Atkin. ed. '
{filing Mrs. .'A..
son and Drive Chairman *
annual salary of the office of
City Commissioner is requir Hubert Pellicer report $300 PAROLE COORDINATOR r :r
collected during the -,
. ed.At press time Wednesday no Mother's March last Thursday '

.. one had filed with the Clerk's ,night. The goal for FlaglerIs LIONS

$500, Mrs. Atkinson said. ,
office. Co-
Miller Regional
:; Volunteers assisting with Clyde ,
'of Florida Parole
: BUNNELL LODGE soliciting were Mrs. Beth Probation Commission
I and
, DDGMWorshipful Walters. PI'S. Mary Anders,
TO HOST was speaker at Bunnell Lions
Master G. H. Mrs. Laura Taylor. Mrs. Fran Club luncheon Tuesday. He '

Neely of Bunnell Lodge No. ces Fryman, Mrs. Phyllis was accompanied by Armour
Miss Marie Muzyka.Mrs.
announced District Deputy Barber
200 '
Cross Area Supervisor.
I Grand Master Steele would ;: Margaret Taylor Mrs. Miller stated that there were
;nice Murray, Mrs. Rabeth
official visit to Bunnell y
pay an S over 12,000 people now on parole '
Mrs. Beverly
Lodge'on Tuesday night,' February Edmonson In Florida.
Mrs. or probation \
., Mrs. Lucille Wilkins,
18 at 7:30 p. m. He Is in charge of a program !t
will be served Pennv Sizemore, Mrs. ,Maxine !!
Refreshments that is enlisting volunteers to :
Buckles Mrs. Elissa Til ton.Mis. ..
the meeting. All mem- ti '
after assist the officers in handling
bers ,are Invited to attend the Margie Kinney, Mrs. .
the cases. '
I Joyce Patrick, Mrs. Betty Jo '.
affair. Volunteers would have to ,
'H"If. Strickland Mrs... M. B. Britton
make application and they
CRACKER DAY MARCH 22 Photo by Theo C. He In and Menora Steward, Mickey would be required to take a :Y "
Atkinson and Rodgers.The .
Flagler County Cattlemen's, Catherine' Harris, second from left, BUS student, receives first date for Jay the Flagler short course In parole and '.
Association, Inc. has set work. Miller said the
Contest from
for the 14th Annual place 'award for the American Legion Oratorical Beach drive will be announced -
March 22 volunteers would be Involved !
Cracker Day. e Mrs. Victor Buckles 1. contest' chairman. Looking on are first later. In several hours work each ;

The program will start at runnerup Cliff Taylor and second runnerup' Helene Bryan.,. week., Presently there are 10
10:00 A.M. with barrel racing Miss Harris. neon the Fifth District 'Legion :Contest Monday PENTECOSTAL CHURCH parolees ,or probationers in

and horse ,race, A Bar-B-.. night-: at the Bunnell Civic Center.. Two other students REVIVAL FEB. 20-23 Flagler County.

Que lunch ,will 'be, served ,at from Volusla and Duval, counties also competed.' She will Evangelist Mrs. Ethylene Lion A. W.: Tucker reported

11:30 A. M. :',I. compete In thevArea Contest, Feb: 27 at Gainesville. Judging, Stewart .Jacksonville will. that his committee had repaired _",

Heading up ,the program the competition re Walter Eulletorn, St. Augustine; John, conduct a weekend revival one pair of glasses and

this year Is, Raymon ,Tucker., B. Matlngly..' Charles A.' Dunn and Louis A. Steullet. all ;of, De- Feb. 2O-23 at the Bunnell Pen. is working' on another case-';:' ,

President of the local Cattle.men's Land; and Martin "McDanlel, Bunnell. s ) : .. tecostal Holiness Church.. recently referred to them. 'IVP.R.Younge ,,

Association. ,
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3Muglrr' wrtbunrINCOnpOn.A.TED THURS.. FEBRUARY 13. 1953
Entered aa second class matter
February 6. 1913. at the post-
I nUNN1LL FLORIDA office at'Bunnell, Florida under v

JOHN A. CLJEOO > Act of March 3. 1876. I I C E V Lean Western "Center Cut"

Editor and Publisher lO
BETTB 8. McDANIEL One Year _____...3-1w OsavV.IMCti t
,News Editor Six Mouths ...... .........--.-*:&.uu ) Pork Chops

Ur..lanwted.. n..pa..r for .n Outside Flatter County94.OO

l.e..1 Adrertl.InR' EDITORIAL ,Per j 5 lb. 68 c


While living in. a rural area usually excludes us from
muggings purse snatching and molesting !that city folk are
often subjected to, there are certain precautions we would take U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

to keep our communities safe. c
During the past week we have been reminded of at least a i ROAST lb. 58
half dozen cases of women being frightened by persons
were'either begging offering "fast deals" or being over solicitous

in telephone selling.
Also, there have been a number of homes robbed when the U. S. D. A. Choice
occupants were all away from home. There is really nothingthe
law enforcement officers can do to prevent these happenings.But .
minimum., there may be ways that we can help to keep them at a CHUCK STEAKc

Here are several simple. suggestions that may be worthy of
consideration: Fresh Lean
home locked. We have heard 1. Keep your
people say that they do not even have a key to their door. thatit
is unlocked day and night, and they have never 'been robbed. GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $169(43c

There is always a first time and an open house is an invitation.
2.. Women and children should be encouraged not to unlock:
or open a door until the visitor is positively identified. WhileIt
may appear rude to look thru the window we feel sure a. Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB
welcome visitor will understand and the unwelcome one will LYkFRA KSek" <
be discouraged. SMOKED BACONIb.
3. Do not leave the keys in your oar. They may be invitingan [ II j Ib.
unexpected driver. This writer well remembers when he move 1Pkgs.: $1,19 SSe

ed into his home which is across the woods from the county Each) SLICED FREE .
jail Sheriff Henry Wells, said, "Don't leave the keys In your ..-
car because if anyone were to escape from Jail they might head Fresh Florida Grade "A" D&D (CUT UP)
for your car for their get away'"
4. Be very cautious about door to door salesmen, especiallyif
they offer a "special deal". Some may be legitimate. If they 5 Lb. $189
are they will have obtained a city license from either Bunnellor

Flagler: Beach. Bag
5. Do not sign anything with a fast talking salesman. Tell
him you have to check with your husband or "somebody". If .the -
salesman is legitimate he will respect your wish and offers' to
back later.'
6. Do not publicize in advance your plans for a vacationor Small Meaty

looking an out for of'this town information.trip. There are thiefs who read the papers (Ideal t for Bar-B-Q) SPARE RIBS Ib. 58 I

47. Do not carry much money at any time. Travelers checks
aremuch safer if traveling and bank checks are safer ate-home.. Bush's Showboat it No. 24 Can

Be careful not to "flash" money in. the presence of strangers. PORK ... For FOLGER'S ,,
BENS 39111t ,1
8. Keep a friendly lookout on your neighbors house when t AND : r .J.
you know they <'are not a.t borne:'Suspicious' persons dr vehicWs1 .. Hunt's'i .COFFEE
No. 3OO Can
should be reported to the law. .If !their presence I is legitimate :! .'

they will not mind being checked. Fruit COCKTAIL Z For 49$ Ib I :
9.f Women and children should be careful about aidingbeggars '_ 1. TIn 47 e
who go from house to ''h use. This may sound cruel but Big Chfef..
it may save fright or even trouble. Refer to the law, and if you LONG Limit 1 with $5.OO.or more'food' order
are very suspicious refer the law to them. GRAIN RICE 4B59C
These few suggestions may not eliminate all potential disturbance ..
from our peaceful communities, .but, they might be just. Martha' White
the thing that could save you or your household from some, SELF ROYAL SCOTOLEO
MEAL 5.lb.
..potential trouble. RISING 390
John A. Clegg
Northern Reg. Roll
the color of their TreasurySeal TOILET Each
and serial numbers. Fed. TISSUE 1O0
Too Late '

I I eral green Reserve seal United notes have States a 2 Pounds 25SUGAR {,-.
(in solids)
ClassifyBy notes a red 'seal and Silver DIXIE, CRYSTAL
Certificates a blue seal. Fed.
Russell Kay eral Reserve notes are Issuedin j .

According to a recent release $1 $5, .$10, $20, $50 and v _
from the Treasury De- $100 values. United States
partment like most other ndtes in $2.and $5, and Silver '
types of crime, counterfeitingand Certificates, in $1, $5 and $10 Sib., 37e Morton's
forgery are on the increase values. Check your currencyto CREAM For
and merchants as wellas see what kind it is and if Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order PIES 3 89.e
the general public are the values and seals are in
urged to be on their guard to order. Clark's FROZEN (Pkg. of ;'S)
prevent personal loss.It Genuine currency Is print. FRESH, PRODUCE SIRLOIN STEAKS Ea 89c
is easy for the average ed on special paper manufac-
citizen to receive and pass tured under strict government- U. S. No. 1POTATOES

counterfeit criminal Intent'for money most with of no us control. It contains many red 10: 49C BETTER MAID ((Plain or S. R.)
and bleu threads or fibers visible Bag
pay little attention to the
coins or bills we accept in to the naked eye. 4 lb. Cello Bag; FLOUR
trade.I The best way to detect a .
know I am guilty as the counterfeit note is to compareit APPLES Each 5ge '
with a genuine of the same Ib
next for I seldom stop to examine 5
denomination and series. Look Large.Stalk Bag 29cCELERY
my change or a bill -

check when I the receive denomination.It it other than. to ties.for differences Counterfeit not notes.similari appear Z For Zge Limit 1 .with $$5.00 or more food order

is quite difficult for'the fiat and lack the three di-
person! unfamiliar with coin mentional quality of genuine,
and bank note identification notes.
to spot a counterfeit. However Usually many of the delicate .
for your own protection you lines in the portrait of a
are urged to take another min. counterfeit note are broken
ute when handling to and often missing. The lines
check a few points of the ,portrait background :
While the U. S. Secret ServIce if you look closely form

In has checking done a counterfeitingand splendid job squares filled of these and In.squares on counterfeitssome will appear HIT S I i!] i:i] I1I1:1: tr.T'- II

frogery they need the !
If"you are Interested in pro
help of the public, particular.
tecting yourself and your
from merchants.
ly money write to the U. S. Secret
There are three types of Service and request their OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 4373227U.S.
pap currency In circulation.The circular on counterfeiting and No.
8:00 a.m.-1OO p.m. 1 BUN NELL
name of each type ap. forgery. You will find the time
pears on the upper face of the spent ,in doing so very. much Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, 1969mlr
note. They are Identified by worthwhile.



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Myra Gresham Robert Gould 3 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUDS., FEBRUARY 13, 1969
and -'- -----
Carole Ilardln Lisa Hall I
Ray Johnston ..+ Gary Harris Marvin Clegg HONOR ROLL OF THE
High School Melissa. Morgan Christine Hlgglnbotham Robert Creal
Minnie DeenFrederick
Honor RollFOR Jay Rodgers .... m "'.... Debbie Holdrldgej Fruits
Tammy Robertson;' j Jerry Johnson JL !:.. Llllle HallCatherine ELEM. SCHOOL
3rd SIX WEEKS Cliff Sheffield ..: Debbie' Johnston' ".4 4 f'. Harris
Carole June Smith \" Cheryl Kinney' Fourth Grade
.1HONOR ROLLGrades Jennie Solomon .... Paula Klwala Marica Irvin Janice Leonard:
4 thru 12 : Mayfleld John Richard Jones Sixth Grade ... .
Jerry 'j, 1.1.
Rob Cowart Dottle Tucker .,.....11, '% Debbie Meekins <. Gwen King Barbara Burns ..
Janet Haines Lena KnightGale
Eve Tucker t Patty Meeklns Cheryl Hoskins
Jack' Rawlins Mena Wadsworth "" Roberta Mitchell .! .'' Leonard Carl Lerch
Daphne Rodgers 7-9 Grades :r" James Pounds Norm Ann Maner Richard Miller
Davey Solomon Daniel Stefllk Pam McDaniel Jeff Thomas ,
Lila Allen '
Marcy Strickland .' Donna Stefllk Sharon Pache Jon Wilder
Ted Anders : ,01 Perritt' '. .
Kathy West Kenn Taylor Vicky Seventh Grade
Lee Carol Baker
Chip Brooks Cherry Wadsworth Terry Rawlins Mike Abbott
Karen .
"B" HONOR ROLL Stella Weaver Greg Robertson Laura Beveridge
4-6 Grades Craig Coates Janet ScottCelestine Cherrle Hanna
Sherry Buckles Nancy CrealWilliam Spates Frank Bryan
Dale Clegg Creal "' Gary Buckles Dorothy Spearman Peggy Wilson
Jeff Crews Barbara Cowart / Cheryl Burns Betty Steflik Rodney Law
Teresa Edwards Gerald Combs Jimmy Bryan David Steflik '
Mary Ann Steflik The sweet potato Is a high
U Ulysses Thomas energy and high vitamin food
w Jay. Townsend that contains good quantitiesof
minerals, the Flor
Colleen Tucker says
Elayne Tucker ida Fruit and Vegetable Asso-

$100 REWARDFor James Walker ciation.


information leading to the arrest of person? ATLANTIC HARDWARE 777, 1 ;

or persons responsible for discharging firecrackers &; SUPPLY CO., INC.

under the Hospital carport. .v

.,. ..... PHONE 439-2303

p. ''OR ,! ... NOTICE ,

FLAGLER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE' You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror
his assistant will be present in the various pre-
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
purpose of receiving tax returns on_Real, Personal
and Intangible Property, and applications for Homestead -
and other exemptions:'

,i l.w Precinct No. 1-Bunnell. Tax Assessor' Office. Friday February

... : 14. 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
:,".:. .,,:-.._ ;yrA.p.d ,:.' Wake up towarmtfL ; Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell, Masonic Lodge. Friday February .

#. :, ......; 14. 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
", ch-chilly: i f mornings. .z1)
'"' ..' ., ._; .' j ; Precinct No.. 2Flagler. Beach. City.. Hall..Monday ,.February
t. 17. 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon. '

; ;r : Precinct No.. 5-A-Parrot Village Monday February 17.
: \i' : \ 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.

: Precinct No. Espanola County Polling Building, Tues

'- J1or. -, : ; ,:, day February 18. 10:00 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. .
.. .'.'** : sy Precinct No. 3-A-Xol'ona. White Eagle. Tuesday February
18 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P..M. \
'J '
Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Community Hall. Wednesday ''I
February 19, 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.

Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park. Community Hall. Wednes
day February 19 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.

I The Tax laws require that you file a return on

\ Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard-
'. : ; Lg less of the amount, before April 1st and I am required -
: to assess a. ten percent penalty upon your

I"", failure: to do so.

1 r All applications for exemption must also be
.f.-.f.OIi' filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is
open from 8 ::30 A. M. to 12 :00 Noon and 1:00: P. M.

I: to 4 :30 P, M. and we will be glad to assist you, if
r *
'. 1 possible.
:'>::' '. _
Respectfully, .
.. \ D. R. MOORE,

.';-" Jan. 9 April 3 Tax Assessor I


, y:; .> NOTICEPursuant r

.., 'it \.I ,. to provisions, as set forth in Florida
Po' It's no fun hopping out of a warm bed into a chilly room.'Plameless .' Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the h
\\0 1967 Legislature, each property Owner,Lessee, or
: ( electric reverse-cycle air conditioning away
y'i' ; Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment
',' S,".;;:. early-morning chills with a g mtl -flow of warm clean air. shall fill out a prescribed: form.

+: "; ; ,', Over a million: Floridians already enjoy reversecycleair This 'application pertaining. to. Florida Stat- I
: for Agricultural
.' ,... ...,..,..... -. conditioning. Biggest bargain'eyer. Save the expense utes 193.201 Zoning is for specifically Tax Assessment purposes and,

/ .. .; of separate heating and cooling systems.See your appliance has no relationship to the .County Zoning of land I
: 'H dealer or air conditioning contractor today use. I

...before you wake up shivering.I II Property owners must file this application )
--: ,,; each year to the County Tax Assessor, between 1\\
I f d January first and April first, so that the County
.!. ..' Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application -
.i THERE'S NO MATCH FOR for Agricultural' classification.
aTrccfrrfjhtonfng, r FLAMELESS ELECTRIC. Application forms are available at the Tax
Reverso-cyce( electric: 1 ...It's cheaper tool Assessor's
warms in winter..coos! In summer r Office.DONALD R. MOORE '

..I, .LDIIIDA POWER a tlOMT COMPABLHCLHNtt *- Tax Assessor "
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4' 9
1 \ r' marriage of Miss Mar- :' ,_

gie Lee Blakely to Robert
)uis Hillman will be solem
; nized at seven o'clock Friday
evening:, February' : 14 at' Bun
nell First United Methodist
Church. The Rev. Oliver Taylor
a will perform the ceremony.
An friends and relatives are ...
1 y 6' invited to the ceremony anda
ti : reception) afterward at the .: '

Bunnell Civic Center. No invi- ,!t- ....,. -".
tations are being sent. ,, --- ....... Lt4t
--,;:":,' ,,- : -Th


Visitors at the Flagler

Beach home of Mrs. C. W. .
Duncan are Mr. and Mrs. Ro- ----

rgrla, Mhrfin of Pine Mountain WSCS President and Show Chairman Mrs. Hazel Givens, r,

Valley, Ga.Weekend. and Mrs. Ruby Clary ,1, Parade of Fashions Chairman and Cochairman .
visitors at the Mrs. Mildred Sargeant review plans for the Spring

MISS .SHARYN ABRAHAM, right, whose marriage to Mr. Duncan SusIe and home' Pat were Duncan Misses and Fashion Show and luncheon Thursday, Feb. 20 at 1:00 p. m.

Stuart Rockett will be m event of March 1, was honored at Chris Cummiskey of Titus. at the riagle: Beach Uni'ed, : Methodist Church Social Hall.
a bridal shower Tuesdnv evening riven bv M-S Itarrv Atkinson ville. WSCS members will model their own creations. Fashions for

left,' at her home, 400 Palmetto, Ave. Bunnell. Cohostess was spring will be presented with accessories furnished by Land'n'
Ms. M. B. 'Fuller.: Mr. any Mrs Herman Parks Sea of Bunnell. Good food, fun and fashion will highlightthe

The refreshment table overlaid with a white clo-ht- was and children of Orlando visited furth annual event.

centered with an artistic Valentine arrangement of Fuji mums in Bunnell Saturday with

and;Jljies. of, the' valley interspersed with pink net and redrlbb6n Clifford and Lois Higginbotham HOME FOR VISIT SU BROADAWAYINITIATED

bows topped with a miniature cupid. Slender pink tapers and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reavis INTO

;*In .sUv t':candlesticks flanked the arrangement. BILL LENSSENS arrived Wednesday via plane SORORITYMiss
Misses .Nancy Wilkinson and Elizabeth Allen assisted the from Lexington, Ky. to visit Su Broadaway, a fresh.

hostesses with ,the serving.. HOST PARTY her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim man Pre.Nursing major from
Prizes "were given to Mrs. Nagi Abraham, mother of the my Hargett. Bunnell, has recently been
bride-elect and Mrs. Martin McDaniel. ... Bill aid Mary Lenssen In. initiated into, Delta Zeta Sorority -
vited a group of friends from at Georgia' Southern Col
About 35 invited guests attended. Bunnell and Ormond to a VISIT IN PANAMAMr. ,

"get together" Saturday eve- and Mrs. L. L. Harris lege.Miss Broadaway, '68 grad.
AIRMAN J. SMITH... GARDEN CLUBBERS ning at their home at Von Bu- returned home Sunday after uate of Bunnell High School,
low Ranch. spending several days'in Pan is the daughter of Mr. and
MISS. BEESON HEAR MRS. THOMPSONARE About 22 enjoyed the occa- ama City with their son and Mrs. Sam Broadaway of Bun
WED sion with the hosts. daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. nell.
Flagler County Extension Lamar Harris and sons.
Miss Shirley Elaine .Beeson. Home Economic Agent Mrs. IDLEWOOD CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Bloomof
Wichita, Kansas, and Airman E. H. Thompson spoke to the
Rufus Jerry Smith, son of Mr. Flagler eBach Garden Club at WELCOMES NEWMEMBERS' Mr. and ,Mrs.' C. T. Potter. Binghamton, N. Y. were recent -
Wednesday af- field of Hamilton, Va: visited visitors at the home of
And Mrs. N. O. Durrance of their meeting
at-Flagler Beach several his uncle and aunt Mr. and
Flagler Beach, were married tenon at the Flagler Beach days ,
last week with Mr.and- Mrs.R. Mrs. Harry Hipple in Flagler
Recreation Hall. Mrs. Freda
February 7 in the Wichita Mrs. Jack Clegg and Mrs. .
Hirst. Beach.
Methodist Church, Wichita, Cole, president, conducted the William Wadsworth were welcomed -
Kansas. meeting. Hostesses were Cole as new members at the
The couple are residing at Cole and Mrs.: A. Janusic.' Idlewood' Club meeting Tues- REHEARSING FOR COMEDY I

Wichita, where he is station. Mrs. E. Fortin, Mrs. V. Gor- day night''at the home of Mrs. .},..:: o'."': '""f'.',:...", 1 _;<:, u",,, ,c,,, ........... .,
ed with US Air Force at Mcum and Mrs. M. Bellaw were Gordon Shields, East Moody
Connell AF Base. welcomed as new members. Blvd., Bunnell.

Club members voted to assist "Love" was the title of the
BRIDGELUNCHEONFETES the Flaglyer devotional given by Mrs. W.
VISITOR Club with the landscaping W. Deen. President Mrs. Dale

Mrs. Clifford Higginbotham project at the Flagler Beach Brown presided.
entertained at a brldge.luncCity, Paik. Members discussed the Can
eon Saturday at the WhitePlans were made for a cer Crusade which they planto
hall in Daytona Beach honorGames Party Friday, March sponsor next month. Mrs.
Ing her mother, Mrs. Morris 14 at 7:30 p. m. at the Municipal Dave Perrymian and Mrs. Deen
E. Stults, who was visiting Recreation Hall. were named cochairman of
here from Tampa. It was announced County the drive.:
Invited guests were Mrs. R. Agent Don Jordan will address An "anniversary party" for
W. Deen Jr., Mrs. S. W. ,Allen the club at its March 5 secret pals, was planned for
Mrs. R. W. Cody, Mrs. S. H. meeting at 1:30 p. m. in, > the the March meeting at. the a
Cameron, Mrs. W. W. Deen Municipal Hall. home of Mrs., Louis Stefllk.
and Mrs. Floyd Tingley. Mrs. Rem Murrav won the
---- -n un
door prize.

NEW RESIDENTS SQUARE DANCING AT Mrs. Shields served cakean
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Me- dcoffee to'ten,' members.Mrs. ? L i __
Cormack of Evans City, Pa.
Frank Mercer, Bun
purchased the Roy Parkman
Square dancing was enjoy-
home on Central Ave., Flagler ed by members of the Flagler nell, and her daughter, Mrs.
Beach. Otis Masters of St. Augustine
Senior Citizens Club when
The McCormacks moved into spent the weekend at Fort
the group met-for its first regular
their new home last week. Meyers visiting Mr. and Mrs.
,, .
meeting February. ,
Joseph Milltella and children. .njI- I_. ._ > "" ""
There were 43 members and
HOME FROM VISIT guests present. In the absence CARD OF THANKSWe Cast members Don McKenna, 1,, Land Nitjse Lenssen discuss
Mrs. Stella arrived of Mrs. Mildred Sargeant, the script with director, Leo Snedeker. "But' Not Goodbye," a
home last, week from Hampton Chairman Gilbert Krier pre are sincerely grateful to three-act comedy will be presented 'by the DeLand Playersat
Va. where she visited ten sided at the business session. friends and neighbors for the Shoestring Theatre in DeLand Feb. 14.15 and: Feb. 2122.
days with her son and daughter The next meeting of 'the their many kind acts of sym- Curtain time is 8:15: p. 'm. Tom and Nitjse Lenssen of Bun-
in law, 6FC and Mrs. Rob.Club will be at 1:00 p. m. pathy during our sad bereave nell will appear in the production. Tickets may be obatined
ert Moody and children. Tuesday, Feb. 18, in Community ment. Our appreciation can- by calling the Lensseins+ at 4392136.
Hall of the Municipal not be- adequately expressed. .

HOSPITAL' NOTES Building, Flagler Beach. This Mrs. Mary Kranski -VVWUVflATWVWVVVWWVVDELAND. .......-.........-.......-.....----..-.-.-....-..-........
will be a luncheon meeting Mrs. Sophie Cejka
ADMITTED: Naomi Hosford and those attending are asked PLAYERS I
Bunnell; Lois Murray, Bunto bring a covered dish and doityourselfTHRIFT
nell; Phyllis Bertha, Bunnell; table.service. The Club furn PRESENTS
Ronald Brock, Bunnell; Bertshes coffee.
nice Hartley Holly Hill; Mar BUT NOT GOODBYE1
tha Moore, Ormond Beach;
Louise Cantrell Sanford PauRETURNS HOME
tine; George Check, Flagler Mrs. Charles Kranski has By George Seaton Directed By Leo Snedeker
returned to her home
Beach.DISMISSED. ; Max .Porte, rona after spending several at Ko. 25, H February 1'4. 1'5. 21 22'
days in
Sayville, New York
Frances Morgan, Agnes Hall, where she was called due to Shoestring Theatre Deland Airport Complex
Samuel Broadaway Jesse Ed. Famous Children SOc Adults $1.55
the death of her mother, Mrs. pressure spray
wards, Elizabeth Simpson, gives
Amelia Kruplen. your car a "longlasting -
Connie Gentry Ruby Repcik. lustre"' . leaves It like I I'
new again. New regularly with Thrift-T scientific '
EXERCISE CLU.B..J: formula., do not need to Potted Plants in Bloom
be waxed or polished. r .ever. ,,
;' A<;' :: I :: Come on out and try it. ._ ,
COMMUNITY BUILDING Wr Azaleas Tulips Hyacinths
.' ., 1'th.': :'V f CUT'FLOWERS
FLAGLER BEACH, 7:30, P. M I ". ) .l .. :" :
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: ; I*: 1.-( II
: FEBRUARYI4thGilbert t' dhl ,,' 't:* ,-. Funeral '
Offerings: I.'J.
: ; ,' : WASH ,;., .'> /'f, *.
': .. .
.J"r.w'! ,'.
,Krier to be instructor.' Any ,further information US 1 '
.ee*'Mrs. 'Nblte 'at 'City Hall I or call Mr. BUNNELL, FLORIDAP. FLOWERSHOP"

S. Don't forget to do your ,
Krier at 439-2379, Flagler Beach. laundry ,at Amy's Laundry. 111" N. Forsythe Phone, 437-3348 .

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5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. FEBRUARY 13. 1969 18th ANNUAL The winner will be awarded Under auditions rules she Is

"JEANIE" CONTEST the $1,000 Stephen Foster not eligible to compete again
I MIKE CHURCH CONTEST WINNER Memorial Commission and but will be present at the

___ SLATED FEB. 15 Florida Federation of Music 1969 event to assist in crown

1 1 Nineteen-: attractive and talented Clubs scholarships, and four ing her successor, Miss Bolton
; young Florida singers, runners-up. will be named said.

.. i iI 10 of them college co-eds and "Jeanie" maids and will receive On Saturday afternoon at
the other nine high school $500 scholarships con 1:30, the formal concert appearances
seniors, have qualified to par. tributed by interested individuals are scheduled. The
ay ticipate in the 18th annual and groups. colorful "Jeanie" Ball will beheld
1i i 1i I "Jeanie With the Light Brown *ha reigning "Jeanie" Is Saturday night, when
i Hair" auditions to be held at Susan Faust Straley of Miami the five winners will be announced
the Stephen/ Foster Memorialat now a music major at ) and the scholarship
iIV! White Springs on Feb. 15. Louisiana State Uuiversit awarded.
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Bunnell's Mike Church won first place honors In the annual

DBJC Continental race Friday at the Junior college. 1 With all the.talk of Inflation and rising costs, you may not think it's possible to builda
I Planting the traditional winner's reward is sophomore: LIn- 12 SHORT FAYorncis YfARSTO low priced, high quality home. But it is-at Jim Walter Homes.Try us and find out
da Josephson, while classmate Larry Lawrence looked on. for yourself.

The tricycle race is staged each year at DBJC and coincides BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY INSTANT lOON MORTGAGE MONEYJim

with the start of Speed Week in the area. Walter Homes finances what they build, so you can count on Instant mortgage
arrangements. No days of waiting while a third party decides. But mortgage financingof
IN inr a good home is not all that Jim Walter offers ytfu. He'll help you cut your costs and
HOMESTEAD BOASTS OF Castle is to the public.
open FOLLOWING LOCATIONSi thereby keep your monthly payments low by making it possible for you to do some
HEAVIEST VALENTINE The six-ton valentine is a Ocala Fla. 32670 of your own interior finishing. You decide how much. The more you do, the more you
Homestead, a South Florida table shaped like a huge 3001 SouthPine save. Even the materials you'll need for inside finishing can be supplied and fir.zrd
heart made of coral rock,
with your new home.
city can boast of the world'sheaviest St.
valentine. Oddly, It's mounted on rock legs and When you think building a new home en your property
P. O. Box 954
equipped with rock benches. think of Jim Walter Hornet .to do.it.
made of stone.
Phone: 622.8118
It's located In the courtyard Appropriately the heart's center., flowers, grow In Orlando Fla. A Covtp&ti IMU. ofgec0ft-HomeCoVageA ""J=-L;;; o..:o'- .
of the unique coral castle on 32808 (NOell 1 d.... :. o'I I
the northern outsrt3! of this The valentine is part of the 4540 W. Colonial ....." '. 1-r.ln..wl..l' I
farming community, 33 miles strange love story In stone Hwy. 50 ,WestP. ", = r. I
south of Miami: on U. S. 1. The created by Edward Leedskal- O. Box 15037 r I' 1 1ADO.US I .
nin, a little Latvian, who II I
Pine Hill
ATTENTION VOTERS- quarried, shaped and positioned Call, send the coupon or stop by today for ..... -. '''''- II
all of the huge stonesin StationPhone the new catalog/ and complete/ /Information. -- ...._.._.. C'_. I ,
Dear Readers: the castle. : :295-0931 L ________.J
Flagler Beach election for
Commissioner is set for ,1
March City 4. Voters Registration-. r. .: ........,J...... o <,
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Books"were" closed as usual r' .. .0..' n-.' GM ,- -
February 3rd. One require. sirs
ment of candidates is that he '

or, she must be a registeredvoter -

Everyone to run who for election.Is interestedIn :'. Value 'Showdown : ,

;the betterment of our City
knows this. Some interesting
that are raising eye.
questions brows are: "Why did the City Match these features against what competition gives you for the same kind of money.
Commissioners decide to REOPEN and you'll have a better,Idea why more people are buying Chevrolets again this year.
the voters registrationbooks

? "Is a candidate cap. \ '
able of dedicating himself to Built-in "guard rails"There's are to keep your beautiful new When you own a car this .
become a. public servant who steel beam Chevy looking beautiful and new. tempting you don't dare take
a strong
has never registered or vot So:. chances.
ed?" A candidate whose Interest built into every door of every .Up inside the regular fenders
Bel standard V8
1969 Caprice Impala Air Biggest
little In our Cityand
is so Estate we've placed a second set.
Its desperate needs as to Biscayne Kingswood They do all the in-fighting. in our field
not know he must be a regis Wagon Brookwood.We Kingswood. ,Catch all the splashed-up rain Ask any car enthusiast- he'll
tered voter proves what? Is slush and road salt. Stop the tell you:
call it side guard beam
laws a Chevrolet builds great engines.
ignorance of the above kicked-up stones.
and it looks like one of those
V8s. '
sit Especially
concerning registration to votea While your "outers" just
sign board?" guard ,rails you see along the there looking pretty. And this year there are six .
afoot freeway. great V8s available for the big
Is That's what it's there for: To
again? Let the voters and talc guard you. To strengthen the Astro VentilationThe 327-cubic-inch Chevrolet.Standard Turbo-Fire.: Our 235-hp, .

payers beware. Let me' quote door and put a more solid wall other two cars in our field Another thing: We've lowered .
from a news article that ap and the outside air intakes down by the
local Flagler you l' the price of several of our bigger : ..
peared in the '
V8s along with our automatic : _
Flyer last week. Did you see Not a glamorous feature. So do we. transmissions and disc ,
this? "REGISTRATION BOOKS But you'll have -to admit We also. give you two up on brakes. Which makes it possible -, -.
RE-OPENED" The issue of t
worthwhile. :the instrument panel.
for to buy a 69 Chevroletfor
re-opening the books to per. And all four of them are adjust- you less than
mit registration was instigat Computer-selected springs able so you can regulate the flow could even last money you
I ed by the fact that a candidate A Maybe you'll order.your new of. .air ,just the way you like it. year.for our Showdown. (1"
who qualified to run. for ,. Chevy equipped to the hilt. Even with all the windows You cant lose. p';
Commissioner was not regis r i Or maybe you'll order it with .: closed you'll be comfortable in- ',
tered to vote in the City of hardly anything on it. 'side. You get air without wind. Putting you first keeps us first. :j, '. 1"

Flagler Beach. Since the registration %,. r' Either way you're going to get Without noise. Impala Sport Coupe !i .' ,
books had been closed Astro Ventilation is
full measure of our renowned
your ,
) '
the only all the A :
on February ride.Because .- ,ard now on standC
way to uphold this candidacywas r.. we go to the troubleof Chevrolets.
to reopen the books. programming each car's equipment -
May I ask, do .the people load into an electronic The theft-thwarter
,'. i i.
and 'r
should support
think they computer. On the steering
vote for a candidate who has ;I.' .* The :computer then tells 'us column there's a
never registered or voted in :. exactly which_ springs to use, lock.
our City? Or, should the people .\ depending on the car's weight Only Chevrolethas

support a candidate so and the way it's distributed. it,. inChevrolet's ..
careless with lack of i-mterest ..J'oJ ( ,' Chevrolet the only car in its field. v 9Y
In the promotion of our city field with computer-selected You turn the : '

N that he did not bother to reg. y ,, I, springs key and it locks
aster to vote? What motive activates r three things: 1
him to run for City : r"f i I Fenders inside fenders Your ignition.
? this. ... '.Yqur'steeringwbee1.
Commissioner I. We could have skipped '
The writer recommends each <, (The other cars in our field do.) .' { f..;; ** ,

voter study bapHgroUi:! )}a I. ,.."..w .t But we're as, anxious,,as ryou .. Your shift lever 1 _.! .
fin-- .
of every candidate tov *"' ;". ,,\ 1 W{ >iAJr :
will be the greatest I,' f ... ....'..A ,
those who I. ,af f t,1 '. .' { :
t Ic Yt ;;21 :: 1l t.14Ek' F.
to n'v .'*y. N' 2 2J.: ) J r ELI '
ASJttSrfpaid '
asset pur-wCltyo
:: : t .':truly./ ....} ...- ,.,..... -4.1\.Ao\J.; \. ". ,'. .( :} 'J ..1\..; .., ,. ..aI 1. 7. ,Ch.vroletVa/u.Showdown..f. ... >,'a rnn .1'-' ..
: PoliticalrAdVby poUttcaJ '. ',?

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No selling Refill and collect II

money from U. S. Postage S

Sump:: Machines In this area. .

HERB FULLERMAYOR To qualify must have car, ref.

-1 I erences, $900 to $1,900 cash
Investment required. Ten Sermon FLAGLER COUNTY

hours weekly can get excellent Weekly DIRECTORYBunnell

OF FLAGLER BEACH ': result income.In more More money.time Territories can Rev. Oliver' F. Taylor Pastor

now open In the entire First United

"LETTS MAKE FLAGLER BEACH A BETTER ; sta1:e. For personal Interview Methodist Church CATHOLIC CHURCHESSt.

OUT OF BONDAGEThe Marys Church. KoronaThe I
23121, Mint Hill Station, Charlotte
Saiasaga IIJt"Jt"Jt"II''IIJl1IlljJlI: '' Rev, Father Anthony I
KiaBINGO North, Carolina zip code promises of God give Leon. Pastor

28212. Include phone No. Itp. hope to man because man Flagler Beach

finds himself in bondage to Sunday Mass............ 7:30.: a. m.

8:00 P. M the world. Man Is constantlytorn Weekday Masses: Monday,

: RENEW YOJRDRIVER'S the heavenly.between Wp the often earthly rationalize and- Wednesday and: Friday, 8:30a. :

LICENSE Ti our position. In regard to

TONIGHT (Thursday ) DURING YOUR the spiritual life by making Sacrament Chapel
BIRTH MONTH God a super man Instead of Sunday Mass ............9:00: a. m.
deity. Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALt God does not Intend for man Thursday and Saturday at

-SPONSORED BY- HASTINGS MATTRESS to not enjoy material thingsIn 11:00: a. m.Ca't'echlsm .
the fullest but he does not
Classes. 3:00: m.
Disabled American Veterans expect anyone to be possessedby Tuesday.St. '
710-12 Lemon St. material_hlngs. This Is a ,

Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 Pnlatka. Florida sign of self centeredness of an Stephens- Bunnell
NO MINORS ALLOWED Phone EA 5-9166 Individual. A proper perspec- Sunday Mass:........10:30: a. m.
Furniture Upholterlng tive is gained by a person accepting Catechism Classes: 3 'p. m.

:Repaired & Refinished ; Christ and therefore Tuesday. I .

Mattresses & Box Springs becoming a true son of God. Confessions before all masses.

Made to Order Also Renovated Christ Intercedes with God Weekday Devotion: Novenato j

I Flagler County Insurance Call Laura Morris 437.3233 for bear those his name.who accept Paul gives him and an Our Lady Wednesday and

after Mass.
After, 6:00 P. M. example of a relationshipin

PRICES REASONABLE which the brotherhood of

Agency Inc. BUDGET ,PLAN IF NEEDED Christians relate, to each oth. First Baptist ChurchRev.
Charles Anders Pastor
out of
Christ takes us
Just as near as your er.
bondage to the world and> of. Moody Boulevard Bunnell
Phone Post Office
AH Forms of Insurance or
fers us to God as free men. Sunday SChool..9:45: a. m.
Pxop Us a Card or Call
"If thou count me therefore a Worship Service..llOO a. m.
3O5 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 Fre' Pick-up & Delivery partner receive him as my Evening, Worship......6:30: p. m.

Jrmnell' Florida 32010 self." Philemon 1:17.: Adult Choir Rehearsal. ........7:30:

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.

: p. m. 1st and 3rd
!- >.4 !: A.V"I w COUNTY. FLORIDA. Monday
IN KB: Estate of Attorney Dale Myslnger, Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p. m.

O. F. ALFORD LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT WILLIAM H. REED. Greenville, Tenn':' was guest Wednesday
Junior Choir: 3:30 m.
speaker at Methodist Mens p.


CASK! NO. DIV. 400-0 ABOVE-NAMED DECEDENT: enjoyed the four course din First United Methodist
DORIS E. BERGERON. You are notified that a writ- the W. S. C. S.
ned served
by Lambert
Bunnell, Florida Plaintiff ten Instrument purporting to be Avenue. Bunnell
VB. the last Will of the decedenthas 'Myslnger: who has been a Rev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor

LEGAL- ADVERTISEMENTIN PAUL L.Defendant.BERGERON this been Court.admitted to probate In Beach winter resident for a Sunday School....:.....9:4S: a. m.

NOTICE OF !SUIT You are commanded withinsix number of years, spoke. on Worship Service......11:00: a. m.
TIIK CIRCUIT COURT FOR TO: Paul L. Bergeron calendar' months from the "Wills and Legacies. His address .
Choir Rehearsal 6:45
KI.AGiL.FMt COUNTY FLORIDA 357 Portland Street date of the first publication of : :
Berlin. Coo County this Notice to .appear in, this which was_ intersperse'with ;:! .:pvm. 'Wednesday _
CIVIL ACTION NO ,402 New HampshireYOU Court and show* c If possible many Illustrations was Chlldrens
Division EESTRELLA ARE HEREBY NOTIFI- why the-action tei l CourtIn Choir Rehearsal:
YOUNG .ED that an action for divorcehas admitting the Will to probate most enlightening as well as 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3
Plaintiff. been filed against you and should not stand unrevoked. entertaining. 3
vs. you are required to serve a copy (SEAL) ) < Herman McCormick recent-: p. m.
JOHN YOUNG. of your written defenses, if any, T. K. McKnight MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
Defendant. to 'It on OIL.L.ESPIE AND GILL.- County Judge, Flagler ly Installed president, Introduced 6:30
NOTICE OK SUIT ESPIE. attorneys for Plaintiff County Florida members and visitorsall : p. m.
TO: JOHN YOUNG whose address is 233 North First publication on Jan. 23. WSCS:, 1st Wednesday at
1429 Johnson StreetSaginaw. Causeway. New Smyrna Beach. Jam 23. 30. Feb. 6. 13. 4tc around the banquet table. 9
Michigan Florida 32069. and file the orig- -- He callen on Vice President a. m.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED inal with the Clerk of the above I.Elit;: 4"VERTICEMRNTNOTICE : Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
that an action for divorce styled Court on or before March Allen Jenkinson who made
has been flied against you and 3. 1969: otherwise a Judgmentmay OF1 IN'TENT TO REGISTER announcements. 8p.m.
you are required to serve a copy be entered against you far FICTITIOUS NAMEIn Robert Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes-
of yourwritten defenses. If any the relief demanded In the Com- compliance with Florida Wallace secretaryand at 7:15
to It on Plaintiff's Attorney. plaint.WITNESS. Statute 865.09.! the undersignedwill treasurer, gave a report. day : p. .m.
LAWRENCE W. BORNS. whose my hand and seal register with the Clerk. of Lyman Gage chair.
address Is 412 North Halifax of said Court on the 24th day of the Circuit Court in Flagler program United .
Avenue. Daytona Beach. Florida January. 1969. A. DGeorge County. Florida. upon receipt of man introduced the speaker.C. Flagler Beach
and file the original with the M. Moody Proof of Publication of this no- B. Hull was declared a life Methodist Church
Clerk of the abovestyled courton As Clerk of. the Circuit tice. the following: fictitious
or before the 24th day of Feb- Court name towitr member.SUNDAY. Reverend Reynold N. Hoover
ruary. 1969 otherwise a Judgment (SEAL) .APPLIED. RESEARCH ASSOCIATES Beach
Daytona Ave.,. Flagler
may be entered againstyou By: Julia R. Harvey
for the relief demanded in As Deputy Clerk under which he la!! engaged In SERVICESCHRISTIAN Church SChool..9:45: a. m.
thComplaint for Petition. .Jan. 30. 4te.- the operation of socio-economic'
Morning Worship....11OO: a. m.
hand and the of
WITNESS my research and design recreational SCIENCE
seal of sa.ld Court on this 17th LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! facilities and all other MYF. ..._............_......6:30: p. m.
day of January 1969. things' Incidental thereto. The CHURCHES FEB. 16 Congregational Meetlng-
GEORGE M. MOODYas IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF* nddrena- said biinlnesa 1" P. O.'
Clerk of the Circuit .J.AOLF.1t COUNTY. FLORIDA Box 728. Klaarler Bea *h. Flaarler 7:30: p. m.
Cou rtlaGeorge County. Flnrlda. end the Undersigned "Make a Joyful noise unto
:M. Moody In Case Nn. 4OO-R Is the onlv n..raon Interested the Lo.d.; all the earth: makea
(Official Court Seal) MAMIE L. WELCOME In sa.M bus rn" s. PENTECOSTALHOLINESS
Jan. 23 30. Feb. 6. 13. 4tc Plaintiff Robert :H. Burns loud noise and rejoice and CHURCH
Sworn to ,and subscribed before sing praise .Let the floods
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT!! BENJAMIN'F..WELCOME me thin 20 day. of January, Bunnell, Off Franz St.
their hands let hills
Defendant 1969. clap : the
A. C. Russell.
IJ'RtrilTF.1i1! OK THE INTKRNAI.IIWI'ROVKIWKNT NOTICK TO DEFEND Evelyn ,Wlnchell be Joyful together before the
FIIND ELLIOTTIUILDING. OK TIIKNTATK THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOr Notary Public State of Floridaat Lord." Sunday School.......10:00: a. m.
f OF KI..ORIUA.. TALLAHASSEE.FLORIDA BENJAMIN F. WELCOME. Large. MY commission expires Worship Service..._.11:00: a. m.
Residence Unknown Nov. 13. I960! These verses are part of the
You are hereby notified that a Richard A. Schwartz ResponsiveReading this Sunday Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
HEARING suit has been flIed against you Attorney' for Applicant Worship Serv..sun. 7:30: p. m.
NOTICE OK PUI11.IO Aquatle In the above entitled cause: and "OO S. RIc1R'eW'ood Ave. in all Christian Science
Proposal to K.tablUh you are hereby required to fllo- Daytona. Beach.' Flnrlda 32014. churches. All are welcome to
NOTICE Is'TTeVeby given that your answer with the Clerk of Jan. 23. 30. Feb. 6. 13. 4 to attend. St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
hearing will be held this Court and to serve a copy
on a. public Thursday. February 20. 1969.t thereof upon the plaintiff or LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT.... The subject of the Bible Les. Rev. Thomas Mably

7.30: P. M.. Eastern Standard Florida. plaintiff's attorney whose name IN COUNTY' aun E'!*! COURT son-Sermon Is "Soul." The following Priest In Charge
Augustine and address Is:
Time.In the In Chamber St. commerce RICHARD D. BERTONE IN AND' FOR FLAGLER Is one of the selectionsto 3 miles east of Bunnell on
Visitors Information Center.and chairmanship under -- P. O. Drawer Floridanot AAlolly' PRORATE No. 900 be read from the denominational Highway 100
the supervision Hill.
of the Director. Trustees later than March 10. A. D.. IN WILLIAM RE Estate of : textbook. Science and Morning Worship....10:00: a. m.

of Fund.the Internal ImprovemThe 1969. fall to do Default Deceased. H. REED. Health with Key to the Scriptures -* Church School........10:00 a. m.
hearing will be conducted will If be you entered against you for NOTICE TO WILLIAM ORFJIIITORI! H. by Mary Baker Eddy: Holy Communion first Sundayof
All creditors
for the purpose of obtaininlrinformation demanded In the bill "Experience
the relief should proceed
relative to proposalof "REED who died ,on 27 Novem- each month
establishing the listed aquatic of complaint. The nature- of said.. ber 1988 while a resident of from man's highest nature.
In Nassau. Duval. St. suit being for Flagler County. Florida.. are notified -
Johns.preserves; : Flagler and Volusla DIVORCE that they are required to Editor's Note: Other churchesare
hand and seal of
recommended by file claims demands that PROJECTS PLANNED
Counties as any or
furnish with
'Advlsory said Court this 3rd. day of Feb- urged to us
the Florida Interagency they may have against his Es-
Committee on SubmergedLand ruary A. D 1969.GEORGE tate In the Office of the County AT DORCAS CLASS their church, calendar and to
Management: M. MOODY Judge of Flagler County. Flor-
informed of changes.CATHOLIC .
Clinch State Clerk of said Circuit keep us
(1) A-I ida. In the' Courthouse at Bun- MEET MONDAYThe
Park Nassau County: CourtOfltcial nell. Florida within six calendar '
(2) A-2 Nassau Marsh. ( Seal months from the'date of the first Bunnell Baptist Church CHURCHES
Counties; Fly Kathryn L. Emery
Nassau!! & Duval publication of this Notice. Each
((3) A-3 .ttabo Is- Deputy Clerk claim or demand must he In Dorcas Class planned a fish' PLAN GAMES PARTY
land. puva.4County: Creek' Feb.. 6. 13. 20. 27. 4tc "writing and fled In duplicate.' fry, mission study and visitation FRIDAY FEB. 14 "
( & Flagler Counties; And must state the place of residence when met County's Catholic
St. Johns Marsh. and noat-offlce address of they Monday Flagler
fin &A-5 Volusla Tomoka Counties. the. claimant' and be sworn to by night at -the home of Mrs. Churches will sponsor a Bin.

Flagler Interested parties are urgedto the. claimant.. his agent or'' his'" Webb Brooks in Bunnell. go Party Friday, Feb. 14 at
For Fast Results
their views In writing ttorn v. or I V will become void
submit Members also planned obtain 1:30 m. at the Flagler
said hearing. Persons attending ac"orttlnqo to law to : p.
at ; hearing will be given READ and USE: DATvT) J.". t 6. 1969.Ti needed kitchen equip Beach Municipal Recreation
be heard with- +lia _Tl. Harvey.Administratrix .
.. opportunity
n ment for the Frank Brede ischairman.
reasonable time limitations. y *,of' the Esi, church. Hall. Mrs.
Only in matters directly related to s HE WANT ADSEGULARLY 1 I tote of WTLLTAiVf H. Attending were Mrs. O. F. .
,.hll..hment of preserves Ttwigr! Deceased
will be
Alford Mrs. serv
heard. Groups with Particular T e1wgA rt. ':>> fW.v' Whitlow Mrs. L. Refreshments
view to present should T> n HOn *- 9a> L. Harris Mrs. C. B. King Mrs. ed. The public Is Invited.
spokesman for pres- : "nm..1|. :Florid. 92010Attorney
designate a II. 1( benefit
entation. for AiminlstratrixWlrst Murray, Mrs. Adklns Proceeds from the

NDOLPU QEgDirector... Publication. on Jan. 23. Mrs. G. Kendall. Mrs. A. A. will go toward the.Flagler

Feb. 13-ltc 1969. Jan. 23. 30. 'Feb. 6, 13. 4tc. Wells and Mrs. L. H. Church. Beach church building fund.THE .

-- -- '---- -
DISCHARGE, FRATERNITY OFFICER winner of the American LegIon .

About Donald Barrow has completed Arthur McDaniel, son of Mr. Oratorical Contest; Presi
CLASSIFIED ts dent of Student Council and
his tour of duty with the
and Mrs. R. F. McDaniel, 370
ADVERTISINGII Our Servicemen US Navy and he and his wife Palm Drive. Flagler Beach, Senior Class; and was Vice r
are residing at Deland. was installed as vice presI- President of Library Club
SrC: MOODY TO VIETNAMSFC They spent last weekend in dent by Tau Kappa Epsilon Beta and Spanish Club. He
Bunnell visiting his was an Eagle Scout.
; mother Fraternity at Florida Southern
Robert Moodv. Fort Mrs. Charles Worley. College Lakeland. Florida.He Tau Kappa Epsilon is the
Mr iroe, Va., son of Mr. and (-o-) is a sophomore at the largest collegiate fraternityin
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet Mrs. Robert Moody of Bun- STATIONED IN GERMANY college and is majoring In the world with 265 chaptersin
us help beautify nell, will leave March 11 for Army Private First Class Government. He attended Bun 41 states, the District of

County. Large variety of Flagler ever Vietnam for a one year assignment Herbert E. McKelvin, 19, son nell High School where he was Columbia and two Canadian.
with the US Army. of Mrs. Everett Durrance, Bun
greens, palms, hedge plants. His wife
Aida and their children .
nell in
Is rifleman
Germany as a
miles S
5/fc of Bunnell on will
I remain at their homeat
with the 24th
I U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tic Hampton Va. while Moody Infantry
is in Vietnam. Division taking part in the Announcing. .
military Exercise Reforger I.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fields Installed: Rota-Roter PROMOTED His father, Herbert McKelvin,
snail shell. Reasonable prices. lives in Deland.' and his wife, HOWARD LERCH

Call George. Jarosz 4373410 Michael Tidwell, US Navy, Lynda, lives in Junction City,
8-1-tf has been promoted to Petty Kansos.
Officer Third Class. He is Exercise Reforger I will has for re-election
COMPLETE nOMEENTER.. teh son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. evaluate and further develop qualified as
TAINMENT UNIT-COLOR T. H. Tidwell of Flagler Beach.. techniques for the deploymentof
V., STEREO, A. M., F. M. RA Mike, who has been stationed U. S. NATO forces to Flagler Beach City Commis-
DIO. $275.00 CASH. PHONE at Brunswick, Maine the Europe, and is the, ,first in a
4373720. past several months, leaves projected series of annual exercises sioner1 .
Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 13, 20, 4tc. February 14 for two weeks as. for those units and for
other: units based in Germany.

slgnment at Puerto Rico.
SINGER zlg model .
used less than three months. CALLS PARENTS. FROM Army units sent overseas
Guaranteed. Makes button for REGORGER I will receive
holes, blind stitches and JAPAN their prepositloned equipment,
fancy stitches without attach- Sgt. Joseph N. Bruce sur- move to Grafenwohr, test the ON TIME
ment. Pay balance of $43.00or prised his parents, Mr. and equipment, conduct an airmobile 501
6 payments at $8.00 a' Mrs. Joe Bruce, Flagler Beach, demonstration,participatein
month. For more information,, with a telephone call last a two-aided field training CERTIFICArESVOLUSIA
without obligation, call De- week. Sgt. Bruce stationed at exercise In the vicinity of
land 734.0018 between 9:00: to Tokyo with the US Air Force Grafenwohr-Hohenfelsj pro. MINIMUM $3.000-90 DAYS
500.: After 5:00: 7342195. TFC told his parents his wife Sheila cess their equipment for return COUNATIONALNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
had arrived safely in Tok- to propositioned storage,
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedU yo and that they were both and return to "' Ph. 677.8217, 175 W. Granada
rooms-CBS house with car-
fine. He also reported he had States.
port, utility room and fenced been placed second In com Ormond Beach... Florida
yard. Corner lot, attractively mand at Mars AF Base.. Airman Victor A. Hall, III,
landscaped. Reasonable. Call Sgt. Bruce's new address is: US ,Air Force, has been pro.'
4373138. Jan. 30, 4tc. 1111111I11111111111111111I1111111111I11111I1111111111 111111111111111111111111I111111111I11I,Mill/ill/ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII nil.
AF 12885417 moted to Airman! First Class.
CMR 2132 Comm. Sqdn. He is the son of Mrs. Della G.
FOR SALE-One 2-bed room
APO San Francisco, 96323. Hall of Korona.
house, nice, $5500. One 4-bedroom -
2 baths, % block from CRAIG FUNERAL HOME. -

ocean, 100 ft. lot, $8500. Call
4392317. Feb. 6, TFC A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
0 JOHN CAPO... Manager

RETIRED MAN in excellent after you see. AIR OXYGEN

health maintenance wishes work outdoor part timeor or your ip t9r. ,. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT LADY" I EQUIPPED

fulltime in Flagler Beachor AMBULANCES
Bunnell only. Available : bring yourprescription
after February 17th. For information Phone ID 7-3532
call 4392490. e to
NT ,
Feb. 13, 20, 27, 3td Ya 'I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. 'BUNNELL. FLORIDA
s ewNOV _
USED wicker rocker, ,650.,
Upholstered chairs, $5.00'and' cAIJhUq

up. Women's used'jackets and +ro d.
coats, one third off price. Jer I NOTICENotice
ry's Furniture, Old Dixie Hwy. Professional Bldg.
2 mi. S. Korona. Ph. 4373752. is hereby given that a municipal elec-

Feb. 13, Itc tion will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida,

LOTS FOR SALE: 4 lots, 2 on on Tuesday, the 4th day of March, A. D. 1969,
West side of N. Central Ave. for the purpose of electing three City Commissioners -

and 2 adjoining on N. Daytona I BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS -two for two-year terms and one for a
Ave. All four for $4,000. one-year term. All persons desiring to have their
2 corner lots on S. Central 1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 names printed upon the official ballot as candi-

Ave., facing ocean, both for BUNNELL FLORIDA dates are required to pay to the City Clerk of said

$4,200. Call Margaret Givens, City, with whom he qualifies, a filing fee' of five
Registered Broker, 4392035. FREE
Feb. 13, 20, 2tc FIXTURES -, BUILT-IN KITCHENS per centum (5( %-) of the annual salary of the of-

Permanent STATIONS fice of City Commissioner of said City on or be-
Service Employ fore 12:00 o'clock noon on the 21st day of Feb-
Forestry COUNTERSOffice
A. D. 1969.
ee. Desires bedrm. house ruary, ,
furnished or unfurnished. Con Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Notice is further given that the registration '

tact Bunnell Florida Forestry BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST"BARS books of the City of Bunnell Florida are novopen

Sercice.-. -Call 4373198.- Itp.--- Laminated Plastic Uphol tery'Fronts for registration of voters to and includingthe

$25.00 award for the 100th per FINE HARDWOODSMost 21st day until 12 :00 noon. of February A. 'D.
to come In the Sunday 1969.
orders filled within 15 working days. Now Serving'
School Feb 23, 1969, 10:00: a.
Pentecostal Holiness all areas In 75 mile rad. of Bunnell. /Barbara C. McCabe, City Clerk
Church, Pastor A. C. Russell. CALL COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 437-3928 City of Bunnell, Florida \


Good salary,
must be able to type and take -- .
shorthand, secretarial or cler- -

ical experience. State Agency. LOOK AHEADVacation '
sick leave retire. .
ment and insurance benefits.
For application and appoint f
ment call 4373189. 1tc. VOTE FOR PROGRESS
I ,. ,." .... .,-,
GOOD MAN OVER 40 for ... :
surrounding Bun ". '... ,- ... .
short trips '...
" nell. Man we want is worth ,0{;;,":r' E LECT ,':.,,>:' .;,

up to $16,500 in year, plus ', '... ',"r', ':'.,
regular cash bonus. Air mail !,) '> ,.t' .
R. R. Dickerson, President' "\ THE 'MAN WHO CARES"' :'.':::'
Southwestern Petroleum Corp ,"' ;'
oration. Fort Worth, Texas.
Feb. 13, Itc.: +


high money sultant.ing a commissions LUZIER you No need-by restricted Cosmetic, plus becom bonus areas Con, FLOYD V H U R L ;,::,,9+,1.1" ,,> .

saving bonds. For details .'
Newlon, 50 '( i'
write Margaret ::
Fullerwood Dr., St. Augustine FLAGLER BEACH CITY COMMISSION -;" ".
Florida. P; ,
About five times a year lob t'sters
crabs must crack VFW LIONS AMERICAN "
and discard their shell-llke CHARTER MEMBER OF DAV AND LIONS

coverings, says Capt. Bill Gray PAST COMMANDER. OF AMERICAN LEGION7THE
of the Miami Sequarlum. -




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g-THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. FEBRUARY 13 1969FISHING ity at tne t1na We talked to during the came to keep from Girls Basketball
.. Bob Deckle and he said ''they running up a .higher, score.
had all the boats out, but the This final e'rtme' gave the
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp fishing has been slow. Bob Bunnell :girls::: sixteen" wins and Tournament
We went over to the camp mentioned that the basin will no losses. As far, bck"ttl:! ,
and talked to :Truman Eat- be' deepened this year, and available records Indicate, thisIs
man:: the. own r. Truman Is the dockage facilities will be the best s >roast' the Bunnell Opens TodayThe
still a bit under the weather Increased. There are about': cagers have halo,
frcm his bout with the flu 6 boats docked at present, Northeast Florida Girls
but did say that if he lived Conference Tournament
,' among them We noticed Jim opensat
c long enough he could get Moore's big 24 footer.LSPOR7S. BUS GIRLS TAKE Bunnell High School Gym
well. this afternoon at 5:15: with a
The fishing In the watery CLAY HIGH 58-38 game between Hastings and

\ is sill slow and spotty, The Bunnell Girl cagers won Orange Park. Seven teams
.some bass and drum being their fifteenth straight victoryof will participate in the tourna-
s taken, and on occasion a few the year Friday night when ment.,
trout. they beat Clay High School Florida D & B will play Clay
1 Jack: Cenung's Fish Camp NOTES here by a 58 to 38 score.. Coach High at 6:30: and St. Augus-
1I I Santa Bradley said that the tine meets Taylyor High of
Jack: wasn't available for game was really closer than. Pierson 'at 8:00: p. m. Play-offs
comment at the time, he was
the score Indicated. will resume at 6:30: p. m. Friday -.
off assisting a houseboat
LINE with second at
which had a bit of mechanical game
By Al i.nmba irouble. When Jack finally CARVER TEAMS 8:00: p. m.
Beach Plr ,arrived he told us that the The consolation and cham-
Flagler WIN CONFERENCE pionship games will be played -
fishing has been off, althoughthe ..
Clint Mosler at the pier said blues had been hitting at -t. '" CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday evening at 6:30
that the fishing hasn't Improved Salt Run and also in the Sum- t. 'w'L and'8:00.:
"the" catches being limited merhaven River. Jack men- Coach Blackshear's Junior Of the other six teams in
tb whiting. There has been a Icned that he had heard on high basketball' team had a the conference tournament,
heavy concentration of sharks' the marine radio that one w record this year of 12 wins Bunnell girls have played and
around the pier, and naturally shrimper had caught 5 sturgeons against one loss and they won defeated all of them duringthe
a few are accidentally being this being in the Jax BUS GIRLS FINISHUNDEFEATED the conference championship, year. Clay High is consid-
hooked. There has been no area. It has been rumored SEASON when they defeated Palatka ered the strongest team nextto
foundation to the rumor of a that the largest Sturgeon L\ Junior High Thursday night Bunnell. Bunnell defeated
huge tarpon being: hooked. caught in this arear was taken -- The 'Bunnell High School by a score of 64 to 27. them at, Green Cove Springsby
Checking with various individuals at Matanzas Inlet, years Girls Varsity basketball team Coach Rosemary Branch's a 12 point score and again
no Information' was ago. completed an undefeated( season girls team had
available. The world's all Blng's 'Fish Camp ': Saturday,night when they wins and no losses during the score. '
tackle record for tarpon Is 283 defeated & B of St. Augus year. They were declared conference
Ibs. landed at Lake :Maracal- We made two trips to Rings tine by at.56.8 score. All girls champions also.
bo, Venezuela, March 19, 1956. and there wasn't much activ on the Bunnell squad played BUNNELL VARSITY BOYS


The Bunnell- Varsity Bulldogs -
''took a close victory from
Crescent City Tuesday night
in a game ..at Crescent City.
One minute before the end of
Y. the, game the score was tied ':
and the Bunnell cagers came
on to win 61 to 57.

SAVINGS 7'r Both the varsity and Jayvee
I '
'. boys lost to St. Augustinethere
... POP UP AGAIN Friday night. The varsi-
ty team lost by a 52 to 55

ON FAlRLANESi ( score 24 with points.Joe Burnham scoring -

The Jayvess lost to St. Augustine
ki .
__ :'f Jayvees by a 19 to 48 s
score. --,<" M. --.
tt .
+ /


t'1t i *GGilbert '
Krier announced )
that an Exercise Club had
'v .p been formed at Flagler Beach.
1 It will meet at the Community -
Building at 7:30: p. m. Friday

February 14th. ,1
Gilbert Krier will be the In-
structor. An advertisement in
vT this issue states 'that further
information can be obtained
from the city clerk or Gilbert.
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I' In a combined effort to pro-
mote water safety In the Halifax -
: Area, the Daytona Beach
YMCA and the East Volusia-.
Flagler County' Chapter, American
Red Cross Is offering a
combined--Junior-Senior Lifesaving -

,.y nyd course to be held at
A y the heated pool of the YMCA,

.,' 825 Derbyshire Road, begin.
ning March 4th, 1969 from
: 7:30: unltll 9:30 P. M.

-e. To be eligible for the Junior
'V Course, ,a person must be between
the ages of 11 thru 14,
or have completed the. fifth
grade at school. The new requirements -
:: for Senior Life-
I :....... saving' are a person must be
Special package price _. 15 years or older, or have come
pleted the 9th grade. The Jun

$ for course takes a minimum,
0' of 15 hours of Instruction,
'89 Fairfane S-Dsor: '.:' while the Senior takes a min.
Hardtop with f: :'I ..; imum of 18. .
extras. .. ,
Get your reservation in early

?sow in Ford Country! Special package prices on Fairlane Hardtops dergrass by calling at the Mr.Daytona Gorden Beach Pen-

with popular options. Special Fords, Mustangs, Falcon too! ,I YMCA at 2535675.'

,{ On Fairlane Hardtops yea.get .VinylOn. Calaxle 500 Hardtops yen get.Vinyl On! Falcon Sedans yea get Two-tone Cn Mustang Hardtops yen get Hood BUNNELL 84
covered roof Dual racing mirrors seat trim Bright body side moldings palJit Wheel covers Wheel lip moldair scoop Special ;78 Whitewalls
Accent stripe Deluxe wheel covers Rim-Blow steering wheel Whitewalls ings Full carpeting Accent stripe ,. Dual racing mirrors Accent stripe FLORIDA DEAF 47
.Whitewalls Full carpeting Wheel covers 351 or 390 V-8, air .'Wheel covers .
,' conditioning, tinted glass i ,Bunnell rolled over Florida
f ",' ,,<( ,!' School for the Deaf, 84-47 In
<< 'f "\\ ;S n '.St.., Augustine Tuesday."In St.
: 'I Johns River'Conference:;action,

BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. Bunnell, Florida ;:, < L"ft. : ,v-'' an'earlY.The: ',Bulldogs' lead jumped and held off to it

; throughout the contest.

A, The place you've/ got to go to see what's going on : nn ,.,, Bulldogs conference The win are record brings now 12.6 to Bunnell's 8-2 overall.No ; the.