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 20, 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
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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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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 1969 53.53
VOL. 57 NO.9

STATE CALLS p Bunnell Girls Legislative ... .. e. !5M' '..J

FOR BIDS ON k'y/. <: r,'", :" ., '.\ '
FLAGLER PAVING Win Basketball Hearing 'r r.r .

The State Road Departmenthas Court, House :f<" :.:: ;jr ., <' ..1'h.ciOiiK' :: .
road and .,',, /.''!"<. 'f ,
advertised 28 '' <
bridge building projects for Championship The legislative delegation County :::32' ,r ', i/y t .., '"
representing' Flagler ; ; < :
bids Bids in February.call 'for resurfacing, Bunnell High School girls in the coming session of the : ; A< : "
will hold
2.754 miles of pavement In basketball team scored their Florida Legislature'
this after
a public
Flagler County. This includes victory of the 1969
biggest 5 the Flagler
noon at p. m. Jat
in Flagler Beach, Dean
streets when.
season Saturday night County Courthouse..
100 to
Road from Highway
Bay St. in Bunnell and streetsin they' defeated Clay High Senator J. II. ;Williams will

Espanola. I I School'48.30 to win,the North preside. Also participating In
In Tall. east Florida Girl's Conference the hearing will be Representatives ; ,
Bids will be opened ,
A. i
Glisson f
Jim .
ahassee on February 27th. Tournament. The Bunnell ., ,' 4
and Bill Reedy. :
girls outplayed the Clay girlsin Craig
LENSSENS TAKE all four quarters. Senator Williams stated j T
that all persons land organizations
CHARLOAIS According to available having legislation to be i
FOR school records this is the first presented in this session of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lenssen,
undefeated girl's team BUS LeglslaturemuStpresent --
I Bunnell -
Double L Ranch -
T ,
awards at the has on record. The girls havean their bills for a public The INGRAM OFFSHORE 100. an empty barge valued at

won Ranch three,Ready Beef Show at the 18-0 record this season. hearing. Othewise, the delegation $500,000, drifted ashore at Flagler Beach during rough seas Sat-

Florida State Fair at Tampa Outstanding players at Saturoay'nlght's will not consider the urday morning. The tug apparently lost the barge during rough

last week., game were Ruby requests for special legisla- seas as it was towing the 'barge :from Louisiana to Jacksonville.A .

The Lenssen entries won London who scored 21 tion.Also having number of storm-weathered observers watched the tug

first place in three divisions: point:; Jeanne Higgitnbotham, any legislation persons that has crew attempt 'to recover the barge off Flagler Beach shores. It
Heifers, Get of Sire Class; and B-cnda Townsend pulled views on been proposed are to washed ashore about 24th'Street and slowly drifted north toward

Charloais Cross Replacement 'own twohirds: of the defensive already be given the opportunity to the,pier.
Heifers; and Pure Bred Angus rebounds.
express their opinions.
Heifers. Senator Williams has announced


_...uUuu..._._'____ ... schedule will be used in hearing .
'I delegations

1. Municipalities in alphabetical .
order td include any
civic organization located in

the particular municipalities.
2. Constitutional Officers,
3. Board of County Commissioners .

, 4. School Bazttd, and
5. Miscellaneous. L -ut.,

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CITY' BUNNELL' ,4.,; i "

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'.,.. YWETING x ---
"i S At a routine meeting Mon-

lay night the Bunnell City o w

f Commissioners purged the _" P' .". :!'K ,Ah'JYk r_'_'_>'-.42 '...I.. k r. ?
ity's voting list. The commissioners AS tne abandoned Darge contlnueu to( drill norm endanger.

irk approved removing 24 ing the Flagler Beach pier several wreckers and a bulldozer at- I IDAV
lames from .ithe list. tached cables to it and secured it to shore. During the afternoonthe
In other action they:
appeared on the scene.
HEARD 'a request from tug operators and barge owner

Tames O. Craig to install 12

a 'ditch adjacent to his prop. TO HOLD CANDIDATES '
rty on Lambert Ave. The BEACH PTADisabled NIGHT '

c4 % r roperty owner would buy American Veterans .The Flagler Beach Taxpayers -
he culvert and the city would Commander Joseph Parrish Association will hold Candidates

Ipor a nstall it.APPROVED. presented two flags United Night this Monday

the purchase of States and State of Florida to night at 7:30 p. m. at Flagler
c i a i tractor tire for ,the fogging. Principal Mrs Ernest. Proughfor Beach Recreation Hall accord-

Yale tL:4 r nachlne. the elementary school at Ing to an announcement made
I AGREED to pay Bunnell the Flagler Beach PTA meet by President R. L. Hunt.
Motor Company $4,105.00 for a ing Monday night The meeting All candidates will be introduced

4:: garbage truck cab and chassis Was in the school, cafe- and given an oppor

: and transfer of truck torium. tunity to express their views.
todies. The company was the Miss Kathy Bourne, soloist, Other interesting speakers

: f lone bidder on the garbage sang' '"Battle Hymn of The Re will appear on the program. .
na ruck. public" and "My Country Tis President Hunt emphasized '
,, REJECTED 3 bids receivedn of Thee". She was accompanied that it is an open meeting "
a used Galleon Tandem by Mrs. Inez. Crenshaw, and the public, is invited. : 'S;
ITs '
Roller the city offered for sale. pianist.. t "<'
: aPtr The bids were advertised to be It was announced a vegetable BUNNELL PTA TO '; ,

returned Feb. 3. slicer, purchased for the SEE FASHION .' ':,
a APPOINTED Mrs. Bea White, school cafeteria had been re* -
taliff, Mrs. Jennie Green, eel ved. SHOW, TONIGHT v

lerk, Mrs. Amorette Wells Mrs. Robert Danner, Mrs* The Bunnell Parent Teacher
nd Mrs. Geneva Rodgers poll. Bill Cummins and Mrs. Jerry Association ,will hold their '

_m__ holders for the City's March 4 Davis.were appointed to the third quarterly meeting at the
by Theo C. Heln lection. Set the pollholders nominating committee. Bunnell High School Cafeter
alary at $1.60 per hour plus Mrs. Barbara Hardin's second iaat7:30p.m.
The Annual Miss Bunnell High Contest ,will be held at 8 $1.50 for meal expense.ANNOUNCED grade won the room Mrs., Laura McDaniel said
Saturday'evening at Bmnnell High School Gymnasium. The the Chamber count. the girls of the home economics

p.affair m. is sponsored by the Tri-Hl-Y and is traditionally ,a very of' Commerce had invited theommlssloners department will have

event. Entertainment will be furnished during the pa. to meet with GLISSON FAVORS charge of the program. They
colorful Mrs. the State Legislators at aHutchTreat will present a fashion show
Keene Gurnee is Tri-Hl-Y sponsor. .
Jade of contestants. Mrs. Dinner' Thursday, ANNUAL AUTOINSPECTIONS' featuring dresses that the'
Norma Turner will be master of ceremonies. 'eb. 20 at the Bunnell Restau- girls have made in the home
left to
from :
Contestants pictured above on the- front row ant, also the League of Small economics classes this year. '
sponsored by Chicken Pantry; Janet State Representative Jim dur
right are: Sharon Pache Municipalities; dinnermeeting'ebruary Music will furnished
Cook by Bunnell Lions Club; Helene Bryan by" Finesse Club; 20 at Lake Helen. Gllssofi favors a' bill filed by Ing'the'' fashion-show by chor -
Chorus. ', ACTION on a re- Senator Pope of St. Augustine from the elemen- '
Home, by Senior TOOK NO al groups
Wylene .,
Wadsworth Lumber' Co.; Cattlemen's to limit auto inspectionsto j
Second row Pam McDanIel by q test from the tary grades. r
Senior Class; Marion Irvin by: Atomic. Beauty'hoppe Association to take an ad Inthe once a year instead of the '
Tucker by
Colleen now required twice a year In :
London'by Future'Teachers Association; Cracker Day program. TIDE TABLE ,
; Ruby Band Parents Association; Barbara AGREED to furnish addl. spection. HIGH LOW
Third, row: Susan Hall by at the "One of my campaign Is.
Restaurant MarciaJohnston lonal police protection A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Pier and ; Day
Wilson by Flagler unnell High School,.Gym dur-, sUes to the voters of Flagler February 20.26
Hall TrtHiY. Tides For
Council; Llllle by promise to
Student county was my
by basketball tournament 4:54
the 4:42
'Tuckerby Ing 20 11:00 1.1:24 :
Kathy Bourn by Senior Citizens; Elayne of school work for a once a year auto
Back row: at: the request 21 11:42: 11:59 5:30 5:36:
Association; Jane Green by Fruits will provide inspection, Glisson said. -,
Cattlemen's ; oaches. The city 22 12:12 12:30: 6:18 6:24
Land 'n Sea Fashions! ; Brenda Townsend policemen and Glisson said, "I feel confident
Carol Townsend by two auxiliary 23 1:00: 1:18 7:12, 7:12
.,. chief. The the people of Flagler
Flaglei1 Woman's Club, kNot the city's police 24 1:54 2:12 ,8:12 8:11: ,
by pictured are contestants: Jeanne Hlgginbotham by The' auxiliary policemen will re., county'and Florida will get a 25 2:54: 3:12 9:18: 9:12
Junior Class;' Ladye Rodgers lye $1.60 per hour 'for the once a year auto inspectionlaw 4:18 10:18 10:12.
Tribune, Gwen 'King by 26 3:54: : "
Flagler ,-' ,.i', in April. ,
by Rodgers Store;, and Janet Scott by Beauty Hut.. <,, sslgnment. -, .

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Entered aa second claaa matter
February 6, 1913. at the post-
IIUNNELL, KLOItlUA office at Bunnell. Florida, under
Act'of March 3, 1876. -
JOHN A. CLEOd .. I C F ti Lean Western "FIRST CUT"
Editor.. and......t"'PubU.ber. .. ",' 10e Per Copy C IEI
.' DJlTTE'S. MoDANXBX 1 One Year ........eS.3U
News Editor' J".f- Six! Month ......... ......--":I."" a Pork Chops

Ii....n..t*d n<*w..I..I'er for allI.eltal Outalde Klajcler County
Advertising 1M-OO fr Year

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On a recent Saturday night after all patients had been put ,
to bed, someone sneaked Into the covered driveway of Bunnell
General Hospital and set off several cherry bombs. U. S. D. A. Choice "

..In the dead of night the loud explosion reverberated thru the

ripped hospital to and pieces.sounded as if the entire south wing was being uLLSr-EAK Ib 98

The hospital was full of patients. All of the patients were
In various stages of illness. Some had recently undergone sur-
gery. Some were heart patients. Others were Suffering "hospital
nerves" that go along with illnesses.We .
understand one of the heart patients suffered a relapse CUBE STEAK Ib 89
after the bomb exploded. Another patient had to be released
due to nervous distraction -and took her chances on recoveringat
home. Irreparable health could 'have been and may have been
Choice Juicy
caused.Was the person or persons who set off the bombs Just try-,
Ing to have some innocent fun by scaring somebody? Or, were
Ib .6Sf
they really so callous and cruel as to want innocent patientsto ALLMEATSTEW .
suffer further and perhaps die?

,Sooner or later sufficient information will come to light that
will reveal the culprits. You may feel assured that there are
many aroused citizens who will be glad fto/ see some strong les- O'Lean
sons In "citizenship" practiced upon the guilty ones. SMti' iuSAUSAGE) wiir

f lb. I ( Ib. BACON I


hats 'are off to Senator Jim Williams and Representatives -
A. H. Craig, Jim Glisson and Bill Reedy for their businesslike Fresh Florida Grade "A" D. & D (2 %-2V.) Ib. Avg. CUT
procedure they are using on local legislation.

They announced over a month ago that public hearings : jOiE
would be held on all proposed local legislation. They notified Ib.
the various boards of the hearing so that they would have ample
time to prepare and submit proposals at the, public,hearing.
Senator Williams stated'"All proposed legislation to be In-
troduced: must be presented
ing"In. other years special or local bills brave been introducedat WESTERN

the request of boards or commissions, and passed into law I SELECT BEEF LIVER Ib. 48'; I
without the general public having any knowledge of legislationeven

being proposed. H'
This writer is not condemning the action of past boards Breast O'Chicken 6l/2 oz. Can _
because he sat upon some of the boards that requested special (IUNK.. For WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
At that time there' for 'hear-.' : rTUNA 8geMARTHA
Ings.legislation. was no procedure_ public' .'- ::: J ../ 3

Miracle Whip: Quart Jar49C FLOUR
It is our understanding that local legislation will not be
introduced unless it has the approval of all four members of SALAD DRESSING Ea.
our legislative delegation. This will not only prevent any undesirable 5 lb. 396 '
bills from becoming law; but it will keep our legislative Martha White,, Bag
delegation better informed about the needs of our county. QUICK Limit 1 with
1 GRITS 5 3ge $5.00 or more food order
John A. Clegg Bag -
-- Murry' (Mixed Flavors) Reg. 29c Bag

The Cuban hi-Jack mill. For
4 $1 Joe Crain's
Grade "A"
We were bused to Verodaro
Too Late And our home bound plane Our Value Gal. Jug

. It To ClassifyBy I When room was we there.left our deluxe hotel BLEACH ; Each 3ge SMALL EGGS

Russell We soon were in the air.
When we finally reached
My ticket read Miami Miami HOUSE 89r.CQFFEE
But I was Havana Bound, Our greeting was routine,
Although I didn't know it For jacking to Cuba ;
Until I left the ground. Was no longer"news" it seem _
The flight was smooth and ed. ; FOODS _
easy. It was Just another "milk lb.
The service was superb, run" 1- Tin 47 C Gold KingHUSH 1 lb. Pkg.
Then I heard the Captain For it happened every day. Ea.
speaking And 'I'll bet It will 'continue. Limit with $5.OO or more food order PUPPIES Z5e
His message seemed absurd.He If Castro has his way.
said, "We've been diverted This little Jingle may be Pet Ritz Pkg. of 2
I'm sorry, but it's true. timely, but believe me it
I've got a pistol at my head isn'it, funny. Unless we can-! FRESH PRODUCE PIE SHELLS Ea. 35e
There's nothing I can do. find a way to stop this non- ,
Just keep your seats and keep sense it will surely grow much Large StalkCELERY
your cool worse. Put on your thinkingcap
And all will be O. K. and see if you can come 2 Fl' Zge -
It only means your flIght up with some sane, practical BAKE RITE
Will be delayed another day." means of putting a stop to it. U. S. No. 1 1 lb. Cello Bag
The passengers were frozen, I've tried but I can't and so
The Stewardes was pale.I have the officials of our air- CARROTSReg. Each lOc lb.
had a hasty vision lines. And, boy,. is Fidel 3 Tin 39'!
Of a dirty Cuban Jail. laughing. CookingONIONS ,
Then'suddenly we landed
And aboard.the Cubans swarmed 3 lb" Z5e Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

They were courteous and smiling TO THE i 1 ,

And promised we'd feel- no LETTERS EDITOR,

pain.It .
.was "welcome to Havana
A quote from a letter from
we hopeYou'll Howard Taylor, Ft. 'Pierce
plan to stay
says: .
For Castro needs dollars
"I have neglected sendingyou
And they're." easy come thiswa.y. this note for a long time.
Each one of your editorialshas fill IIIIIIIIII
They dined us and they winedus
been good and especially
the well deserved remarks
And urged us to relax
about Norma Turner. Too bad
For U. S. planes were there
we don't have a lot more
To take us safely; back. Normas In this world. How. OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
They provided comfort
every "
For the airline paid the bill Ed. Note: We have had 1!JOO a.m.-1OO p.m. U.S. No. 1 BU N N ELL
And we were simply victims of similar Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good
many comments. Feb.
20, 21, 22, 23,and 24, 1969mJrr



,,1BHS 1'', ,

send defeated Crescent City .. .
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TO TRANSPLANT TEAM. ON TV High School and Berbain High
School with a score of 290 for
CAMELLIASIt's Sunday afternoon the Bun- Bunnell, 185 for Crescent City
best to nell High School "It's Ace. and 80 for Berbain. The team RE-ELECT
camellias transplant your' demic" team made a return will return March,23 to com-
season. during the dormant trip to the Channel 12 studioin pete again. The show will be
Jacksonville. Team mem- aired April 21, Monday at
And, If you haven't already bers, Genece Minshew, Gary 7:00 p. m. on Channel 12. HERB FULLERMAYOR
done so, February is about Buckles, and Brenda Town-
the last month to do the job.
This will assure a reasonable
amount of root growth before-
top growth begins. It will also OF FLAGLER BEACH"LET'S I
give the plant a better NOTICEYou
start and allow more growth MAKE FLAGLER BEACH A BETTER !
during the first year than are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror PLACE IN WHICH TO LIVE."
would be possible from a later his assistant will be present in the various pre-
planting.Dr. lL'JI Jg::::iflMteM: ":::;igBC; iKga g*
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the -,.--
E. W. McElwee, ornamental purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland
horticulturist: with the Intangible Property, and applications'for Home- r
University of TIME TOI
Florida Institute stead and other exemptions: .
of Food and
Sciences, says that camelliascan Precinct No. 1-Bunnell. Tax Assessor' Office Friday. Feb I ATLANTIC HARDWARE J
also be in
transplanted ruary 14. 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon. 1
late spring, summer, or fall as
long as extra care and protec +//Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell. Masonic Lodge. Friday Febru-
tion are given to make up the ary 14.1:30P.M.to2:30P.M. & ,
more unfavorable transplantIng .
conditions. Precinct No. Flagler Beach City Hall. Monday February
17. 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon.
Containergrown camelliascan
be transplanted any timeof Precinct No. 5-A-Parrot Village. Monday February 17. MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH

the year, but should be 1:30 P.; M. to 2:30 P. M. PHONE 439-2303
handled carefully so roots will
not be Injured. If some of the Precinct :No. Espanola. County Polling Building Tuesday
roots are lost or Injured In the February ,18, 10:00 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.

transplanting operation, prune Precinct No. 3-A -Korona. White Eagle. Tuesday.. Febru
the top of the camillla plant,
he said. ary. 18. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. NOTICEPursuant

Spraying with a wax emul- Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Community Hall Wednesday

sion before transplanting, us- February 19. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M. to provisions, as set forth in Florida

water ing mist, shade, mulch, and Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park Community Hall. Wednesday : Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the
help to lower transplanting the "shock" the all February 19 2:00 P. M. to 3:00: P. M. 1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee, or
plant Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessmentshall
planted.undergoes when trans The Tax laws require that you file return, on fill out a prescribed form.

Dr. McElwee said Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard- This application pertaining to Florida Stat-
ers can obtain Bulletin 161-A less of the amount, before April 1st and I am required utes 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricul-
"Growing Camellias in Flori. to assess a ten percent penalty upon your tural Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and
da" from their County Agri- failure to do so. has no relationship to the County Zoning of land

tural Agent's office. All applications for exemption must also be use.
filed Tax Property owners must file this application
before April 1st. The Assessor's Office is
open from 8 :30 A. M. to 12 :00 Noon and 1:00 P. M. each year to the County Tax Assessor, between
to 4:30 P. M. and we will be glad to. assist you, if January first and April first, so that the County
possible. Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the ap-
w plication for Agricultural classification.

Respectfully, Application forms are available at the Tax'

D. R. MOORE, Assessor's Office.
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Jan. 9 April 3 Tax Assessor DONALD R. MOORE
Tax Assessors

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RESCUE-An artist's drawing
shows how aerial ambulanceswill
be working in the futureto a
rush injured persons from
emergency scenes to medical
attention. The federal govern
ment is encouraging govern- }

mental bodies to purchase the ,." ,.'" S.. ;..
helicopters by financing half ."
of the cost of the aerial am- ,; '
.,.':-, ., .
bulances. :lt i fd: Pickup ..

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SERVICEMENS ; ; -\" ',.).

WIVES FILE RETURNS MAY ; The lowest priced popular kupwithanS-footbox. An inside-as soft as the outside is tough. ..

Wives of servicemen serv- 'r
ing in Viet Nam may file a a "
join: return without their hus-
band's signature on the tax \
return. The wife should indicate ,
in the space provided for
her husband's signature on:
the return that he is In military -
in Vidt Nam.
service sF %,
Refunds on such returns will ,
be expedited.
However, Mr. A. J. O'Don. $ L
nell, Jr., district director of In.
ternal Revenue, says that all
. Income and all withholding
statemenlts of both husbandand
wife must be included in
the return before it may be z
processed as a Joint return. .
Mr. O'Donnell also stated
that the wife of a serviceman

In Viet Nam may elect not to -- .

file due a date Joint for return her husband'stax until the 1. New Chevy Longhorn for biggest camper bodies., S'r .

return which is 180 days S
after leaving Viet Nam or 180
days after confinement to an ;r\, Only a Chevrolet pickup can tally any popular pick up. And double-. Chevrolet Value Showdown .
hospital ini, which he this list of advantages that add up wall steel in vital areas. ;
overseas recuperating from illnessor to more value for your investment: There's much more. (Like the new
was wounds resulting from Start' with style-bold and hand- Longhorn model, first pickup de- .'\ .' ,'
service in Viet Nam. :ti f' some, newest in the field. Add signed especially for camper duty.) *;'* .S"
result of It's all at Chevrolet dealer's.
also entitled to 7 smoothest Pickup ride, the your
.. The wife is return and :; tough coil springs at all four wheels Buy now. while we're making things ..kr ..
file a separate amended Joint ,I ,on most models. Plus the biggest hotter than ever for competition and : ,. r. ", I''=

then return file later an If It is her and her ,;':; choice of truck 6 and V8 engines in better than ever for you. l;' ,. ,;S 1 -.

husband's advantage to do so. ',11.....='.' t. '" '/ i ,,' ,'.': -'. '
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FETES MISS HEARNYellow :'.' ;7 -" c :-.1'It' t
MRS. B.ER.LOUIS HILLMAN fi.. Jt ':: ';'

III . _. .. ,. ." U and white was the '-"-' ,11> ;'<. ,'"
I color scheme in the home of ,< j

I i4 Mrs. Robert evening with Cook a'when bridal last she shower Wednesday entertained t' ,. f\ ;::;' .f' '

honoring Miss Patricia Hearn. I 1
Co-hostess, were Mrs. Walter
Morris.: Mrs.. L. L., Harris Mrs. r.' \ .
A yy1, + Jeff Seale and Mrs. L. W. Mc I
Millan. Miss. Ileum and Don ',' I
a} married t.4Id_
ald G. Anderson were

February 16. r

Yellow predominated In the rt't'
arrangement of spring flowers .
on the refreshment table t'I

and yellow tapers flanked the
artistic centerpiece. Refresh- I
ments of cake and coffee were

served from the table covered 0 0r
with a handmade lace cloth. __

About twenty-'flve' invited F

w guests attended.
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? SUNDAY. MAR. 2 ; ;

: Descendants of John Baggs .
Johnston and Mary Ketus

i I Carter will gather at Bulow _
,State Park Sunday March 2nd r tK
for their third annual family
reunion. a tfiF
i r t#
-iE Registration begins at 10:30a : ...
m A picnic dinner will be
.- served at 12:30 p. m. Photo by Theo C. Holn

i R President Walton Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Michael Reavis of Lexington Ky., spent

y t
meeting and new officers Hargett of Bunnell. Mrs. Reavls is the forrrler Miss Sherry Har-
will be elected.

= I Ix gett.They were married in North Carolina in December. .Mr. and

> BRIDE ELECTCOMPLIMENTED Mrs. Reavis are both students 'at the University of Kentucky.
t x h 1
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: aG > AT SHOWERMiss .>_H._ < .. .,. ,, '" <.... =... 7... ,. >>_
Y,1, 5 i t S'x '
'Sandra Kay Scott
whose marriage to James W.
Gateman will be an event of

March 1, was complimentedat
a bridal shower Thursday
evening given by Mrs. H. V.
Peavy and Mrs. Bion Mather-
to the.
were gowned identically
matron of honor and carried ly at the Peavy home 305

NUPTIALS: single long-stemmed red Forsythe St., Bunnell.A .

roses. Junior bridesmaids were red and white' Valentine
SOLEMNIZEDMiss Tanya and Trudye Hawkins theme 'was used in. the decorations .

cousins of the bride. Their and refreshments. An .
Margaret Lee Blakely floor length gowns .were Iden- artistic arrangement of red h4
and Robert Louis Hillman ex- tical to those of the other and white mums interspersedwith

changed solemn weddingvows bridal attendants and. each miniature hearts and cu- I- k
Valentines Day In Bun- carried a single long-stemmed pids centered the serving
nell First United Methodist red rose. table covered with a white
Church.. The Reverend .Oliver Vicki Viner Sanford. Flor lace cloth. Miss Patricia Pea-

Taylor performed the Impressive ida and Zena Marie Hunter,' vy assisted ,in serving dainty L
double ring-candlellght cousins of the bride,' were .iced cake squares punch and '
ceremony.The flower girls. They carried coffee to the Invited guests.. ':ta

bride is the daughterof white lace baskets of red Fifteen attended.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely rose petals.
MRS. RALPH MICHAEL, REAVIS recent honoredat
bride was
Bunnell and the bridegrooms Louis A. Hillman was hisson's
MRS. BARBER. a bridal shower Saturday afternoon at the Bunnell Civic
parents are Mr. and Mrs. LouisA. best man. Ushers were
Hillman, Daytona Beach. John A. Clegg uncle of the CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY Center. The honoree, second from right, stands at the refreshment -
Ray Mercer was organist bride. Bunnell Jimmie Wells table with her mother. Mrs. J. T. Hargett second from left,

with Mrs. Robert French as Eddie Simpson and Johnny and hostesses 1to- r, Mrs. Flynn Edmonson Mrs. Z. D. Holland,
soloist. Barrett, Daytona Beach. Mrs. Remley Murray "Mrs. Clifford Higginbotham Mrs. Lee

Twin cathederal baskets of There was a reception after- Mrs. J. D. Barber celebratedher Blakely and Mrs. Duane Deen. Not pictured is :Mrs. W. L, Wads-
white gladiolus, chrysanthemums ward at the Bunnell Civic eighty-sixth birthday Sunday worth, hostess.
and red accented Center. A heart-shaped tiered at a family get-together
with red and white satin wedding cake topped with at her home, 111 N. AndersonSt. The Valentine motif was used in the attractive decorations

bows and candelabras with wedding rings centered the ., Bunnell. placed, at' vantage points in the spacious room. A large cake

lighted !tapers formed the brides table. Bisque cupid Joining the, honoree for ,the topped with red roses formed the centerpiece.for the refreshmenttable

background for the wedding compotes with roses and celebration were her husband covered with a white cloth overlaid with white net. Floral

party. chrysanthemums arrangedwith Mr. Barber, and Mr. and Mrs. arrangements centered with, lighted tapers completed (the table

Escorted by her father, tne lighted tapers were on Pete Barber,. Ocala; Mr, and setting. -
either side of Gar Mrs.
the cake. Carlisle Byrd Sevlle, Mr. -
bride was lovely in a formal
lands of similax and bridal and. Mrs. Claude Varn, St. YAC SPONSORS
gown of Ivory peau de sol designed
wreath accented the table Augustine and Mrs. J. H. Mc. DANCE ATTEND WEDDINC"Among
on Princess lines with
overlaid with white satin and Knight and
Buzzy McKnight
an all lace bodice Interspersed of Bunnell. ; The Youth Action Committee those from Bunnell
with tiny pearls and long net.Assisting with the has announced that there attending the Hooper-Phillips
sleeves. Her gentle A line Mrs. Terry Freeman will be a dance this Saturday :wedding Friday In the,Daytona

skirt was highlighted by a Gainesville Mrs. Richard ATTEND AUXILIARY MEET evening February 22nd at the Beach First Baptist Church,
lace front panel. The gown Methodist Fellowship Hall at were Mrs. H. A. Eisenbach,
Sanford Mrs. Von-
was fashioned with a detach nie Sanford; Mrs. C. Mrs. 'Jeff Cockrell and Mrs. Flagler Beach. Mrs. C. R. Creal, ''Mrs. Frank
able chapel train. H. Muzyka Orlando; ; Mrs. Orlin Green VFW Auxiliary The dance will begin at Clegg and Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Post 9:30 and, end at 1 Holden. .
John 5213 Bunnell attendedthe p. m. The .
Her tiered veil of silk Eng- A. Clegg Mrs. Edward
lish illusion was attached to Hawkins Mrs.. Otis Hunter VFW Auxiliary District Paper Bridge band will play.
meeting Sunday at the Daytona There will be an admission
a cluster of peau de sole and Miss Zena Muzyka, Miss
lace Marie S. Beach Elks Lodge. charge.' It will be a chaperoned RICHARD
petals embellished with Muzyka, Mrs. H. EDWIN LERCH
pearls and accented with aur Cameron Mrs. H. C. Cobb District 18 President Mrs. affair.
ora. She carried a heart-shap Mrs. Duane Deen Mrs. Marvin Jane Garter was In charge of The affair will be semi- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lerch

ed bouquet of red sweetheartroses Parker Mrs. Martin McDaniel, the meeting. formal. Flagler Beach are parents of
with a trailing cascade Mrs. George Kendall Mrs. a son born Thursday February -

interspersed with seed, pearls Walter Knight, Mrs. M. B. SURPRISE PARTY' 13 art 3:45 p. m. at Glendale -
and bridal wreath. Fuller Mrs. James Minchewand FOR BETH 'MATHERLY Hospital, Palatka. '
Mrs. Flynn Edmonson Mrs.' T. H. Wadsworth, He weighed nine pounds-
was Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. About twenty.of'Beth :Matherly's
ounces at birth and was
matron of honor. She all of Bunnell.
wore .a Edward Filklns at their homeat friends
surprised her
cranberry red velvet gown After a wedding trip to Flagler Beach last weekend her 17th birthday anniversary on named, Richard Edwin Lerch.

with Ivory lace trim, and car. North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sunday'night at a party given
Tied a of red Hillman will live in Surf Side
nosegay roses Pomery and daughters of by Linda Church at her homeon
and bridal wreath. Apartments, Auburn Drive, Massachusetts and Daniel Lambert 'Street- in.Bynnell.. THOMAS BRUCE MOORE. JR.
The bridesmaids, Mrs R. M.Reavis. Daytona Beach. Melville of Jacksonville. Traditional
birthday re- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bruce
Mr. Hillman Is
Lexington, Ky:, Miss employed'
were served
.by the Moore Daytona Beach announce
Hill .
Patty Hillman Daytona Holly Exchange Bank hostess.
Beach sister of. the bridegroom and Mrs. Hillman is employed WEEKEND HOUSEGUESTS'Recent' 'the birth of a son .
and Miss Karen by Associated Coca Cola Thomas 'Bruce Moore Jr., born..
Clegg '
Bunnell cousin of the bride., Co..., weekend house- ARRIVE.'FOR VISIT ;} \ ?. Friday; February, 14 at 7:55: -
guests _at the J.' B. 'Matherly Mr. and Mrs. Frank Austin, p. m. (Halifax.Hospital. Day-
MICHIGAN VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson home BunneJJ"I;,,' were, his Yeadon, Pa. arrived Tuesday tona.' Beach. :',
Recent' houseguests. at the and Mrs. John Rodgersand brother and sister In' law Mr. to spend several,days:at Haw r He, weighted eight'pounds-

home of :Mrs. Anna Jarosz, daughter Daphne, spent and Mrs. Henry' Matherly of Creek visiting with Mr. and two ounces at .blJ1h.: ;,
Bunnell, were Mrs. Rose Whit. Sunday in Jacksonville visiting Palmetto Florida and Otto C. Mrs. George Clegg and famlly. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McMillan .
ney and Mrs. Phyllis Masonof Mr. and Mrs. George Gle- Lucht, Mrs. Matherly's brother Mrs. Austin Is MrS: Cleggs Bunnell, are the maternal
Detroit Mich. bert. In law of Decatur Ill. aunt. 'grandparents.4THE .

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Gilbert Frank Flagler
COMMUNITY FIFTIETH Beach, only 50 year memberof

-MISS- WILSON the local post, will be honored

HONORARY HEART Shrine Services CALENDAR CELEBRATIONPlans guest. Fifth District Auxiliary .

,," President Mrs. Lillian
FUND CHAIRMANMiss for the American
Weathers Orange Park, win
Jo Ann Wilson, daughter Outlined AtDinnerMeeting Legion 50th Anniversary celebration 'for
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie were made at a meet. submit an application

Wilson Flagler Beach, will ing Monday night. Membersof Charter; for, Post 115 Auxiliary.
be honorary chairman of the 'WSCS
20 Spring
FEB. :
Post 115 planned the event Legionnaires, their families
Heart Fund Drive In Flagler Luncheon-Fashion Show at
County this Sunday, February The services provided by 1 p; m. In Flagler Beach for March 17 at 7 p. m. at the And guests will attend the

the Shrine Burns Institute and United Methodist Church So. Bunnell Civic Center. dinner meeting

23rd.Miss Wilson has just returned the Shrine Crippled Children's cial Hall. --
from J. IIlllls Miller Hospital Hospital were discussed at a
where she recently underwent dinner-meeting of the Flagler Public meeting with State ;
open heart surgery. County Shrine Club Thursday Legislators at 5 p. m. in the 1WASHINGTON'S4jjRTa .
night at the Flagler Beach Bunnell Courthouse. \
Her surgery was successful so ,
Pier Restaurant. .
that she can expect to live a Flagler Beach City Commission

normal active lifetime. The Newspaper reports on, the meeting at 7:30 p. m. OA
heart surgery could not have progress of children who recently
been accomplished without were sent to both Insti- The Friendly Circle meeting b
research which scheduled for tonight has ?"''' "
provided tutions were given by the :
f4f *
with heart funds. members. been postponed until Thurs u.L : ;!1# *

Miss Wilson was Miss Flag The name ofSa local young- day Feb. 27 at 8 p. m. at BEGINS ,
ler County In 1968. Mrs. Vernon the home of Mrs. Joe Kirk-
ster was submitted to the Club
Haines, Flagler Beach, is for consideration for assistance land in Bunnell. = i

Memorial Heart Fund Chair in obtaining orthopedic The Flagler County Nursing THURSDAY : '

man. aid. Council meeting has been J /' i
Henry Scott, Club president, postponed until February FEBRUARY I4I( !
NAME OMITTED welcomed Charles (Buddy) 27 at 9:30 a .m. at Bunnell
_} j
Rosie Tidwell's Chambers as a new member.It United> Methodist Church.In j
name was
omitted from was announced that Leland addition to the regluar 20-21-22 I 'i'
inadvertently Shaw, Bunnell, will take the business session members ,
the Bunnell High School Hon.
York Rite degress'ot Masonry will work on baby clothingfor
Roll. Her should
or name have
appeared on the 11th grade March 8 in St. Petersburg. the Nursing Depart ;
George Moody, chairman of ment. Mt h /
"B" Honor Roll, according to
\' \
school officials. the audit committee reported I rIfJ I
receipts of $667 and expendi Bunnell PTA meeting at 7:30p. '
tures of $276. m. in the school cafeteria. \ 'f .
ATTEND ALUMNI MEETINGMr. Scott invited the Club to his There will be a program ;

and Mrs. Marvin Parker daughters wedding at 4:30: p. and refreshments will be .

Bunnell, attended the Be. m. March 1 at the First Baptist served. .,2. --
(-0-) ".aY'
Church, Bunnell. Scott'sdaughter '
rea College Meeting
Sunday night at the Holiday Sandra will becomethe BIRTHDAY. ., ; R'EAL. --:... -- .
bride of James Gateman '
Inn at Jacksonville.
Deland.P. Miss Bunnell High School annual 1 '- .::;q'
A. Edmonson, chairmanof contest: at 7:30 In the :::c:::. ,
... .. ...,... .. ....' .... school : ." iJ f
: :
: ; : : the house committee announced gym. ". ::: GEORGE .: ,. ;;
that the next dinner-' -
:. f. .:. meeting will be :March 13 at (.0-) H; :" : -;.: -":' ."..

: : the Dolphin Restaurant, Ma- MONDAY, FEB. 24: Flagler ,

- -- rjneland. Beach Lions Club Talltwist- _.-:-- ,VALUES ;:::;, '
Mrs. Dorothy McGrath Orlando ers Party for members, ; .

..., was a guest 'at the their wives and guests, at -., .. .r; )(,. -............... .
BY 60BBi I meeting 6:30 p. m. at Bunnell Civic y .. .. .
,,?: ...
......._... .......... .'. Center. Music for dancing ...
will be provided by Otis "L' ,
HOMEMAKERS Yeoman's combo of St. Aug ,.I
: I '
/hpZi'1. 1
ustine. / Jrl 1 :
Flagler Beach Taxpayers Assn. f. 1i
Seminar for homemakers ,
meeting at 7:30 p. m. in .
will be held in St. Municipal Recreation Hall. ./ / "

Augustine, Thursday, Feb. 27 .
in !the Commissioners of Royal Neighbors'IwlIl meet at "
the St. Johns County Court 8 p. m. at the 'home'of Mrs. /'
'house. Herbert Allen 902 Railroad \ t r... )jL .
This seminar is sponsoredby Ave., Bunnell. J,1r ::4' ,

the Extension Homemakers (-0-) l 1\\ ,'9P 'l./ / ,

Councils of Putnam, St. ....
Counties and TUESDAY. FEB..25; Bunnell 1
Johns and Clay : :
Lions Club Luncheon-Meet .:'i
the Pilot Clubs of Palatka and
ing at 12:15 noon at the
St. Augustine.The BANGS'J
Bunnell Civic Center..
held from
event will be ,
9:00: a. m. to 12:00: noon. 'Eastern Star Chapter No. 93 if
Sponsored as a result of a meets at 8 p. m. in the Ma- .

request from the Woman's sonic Temple, S. Bay,St., ,. I Up = ':,

Safety Committee, the seminar Bunnell. W' ___. .
will include Water Safety (-o-) ':" ,
; Safety in the Home; Pois- 4 VALUES "'-
onous Plants; and. a mother's WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26: Flag
ler Woman's Club meetingat
responsibility concerning teenage -
2 p. m. at, the clubhouse
drug abuse.A
Central Ave., Flagler Beach."Americanism" ,I '"
of poisonous \ .
display is the topicof q' ft : W8Bi**"'1"-'"I plants will be exhibited by I "
(the to be '
.ii'Will romantic program pre .t ,,'
the spfter; more Clay County participants. sented by Mrs. Reynold :''J > -
look In women's fashion frompants Sponsors of the Safety Seminar Hoover and Mrs. E. Lester .
soon turn women.away are urging the safety Stanton. ,
? The answer Is no! Decidedly chairman from the Women'sorganizations -

not. When pants are to attend. If

sight they're so right everyone there Is no safety chairman S ,\ \ A ) /rr "
accepts them. And today active other representatives may at EXCESSIVE SPEED I1 .
versatile pant "- :
want ;
women tend. .
than ever. How CAUSE OF MOST J A':jJ1pjtit -
styles ever leading more designers are CAR ACCIDENTS ; ,,\ I ; /- -'
.J. :> 'f
making modifications in pants ..... y /

:design that reflect developing doityourselfTHRIFT Speed is still the number 7 -
fashion trends.You can see the one killer' In traffic accidentsin
romantic Influence in this delightful the State the Florida Highway By George- : : "

suit by Vicki Patrol said, today. .
Cooper 0 rant Of soft wool Colonel H. N..Kirkman, Director ----'.-.v<<<
twill bonded to COlN-tricot the of the Department of A --
and .
legs are wide-swinging Public Safety said, "More than
cuffed,with front buttoned close one-third of all accidents and
Ing under a new longer length, 25'- almost one-half of the fatal :
sleeveless matching vest.Worn accidents in Florida during Blast "i;;:: : .

with a be-laced and ruffled the first six months of 1968 ,.

Jabot blouse It's an utterly fern' Famous pressure. spray' were shown to have involved m .
inane costume bound to be a gives your car a long-last some type of excessive speed." .. .rOf '
superstar In this season's fasn- fag lustre"'.._.'. leaves,it like Of the 104,009 accidents Bargains
Son-go-round. new again. New: cars washed during the January to June
Its COIN bonded with Thrift-T scientific
Thanks to regularly period, speeding was considered -
main not need to
will do
fabric, this costume formula circumstance
of line from ..ever.Come a l
tain its perfection be waxed or polished. in 33,823. In fatal accidents I
morning till nIght. This special on out and try it.THRIFT. speed was listed in
simply Joins
bonding process 461 cases out of ,1019 for the
two fabrics together built-in permanently !; linIng same six-month period.
to provide a
that feels good next to the Klrkman said motorists who
sldn and reinforces the careful believe they" can' drive safely

shaping of the outer,.garment. CAR, WASH: at excessive speeds are only
romantic themselves
So if you want a soft, fooling
look that holds Its.shape and US 1 they: fall to consider the actions

keeps trim through many wear- BUNNELL, FLORIDA of the other driver. I

ings; look for the COIN hang- P. S. Don't forget to do yotislaundry "A lead foot could get youa )( -- -
select in / .
tags on fashions you at Amy's Laundry. brass !!' -
the stores this season. -* .cluded. "Let up and live. .


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g E KIURS. FEBRUARY* 20. 1969 Florida Has


Death Bad record Highway 2095 RecordA persons died I III NEWSWeekly LJ I

in traffic accidents In Florida ..::1.. .&...
during 1968 the Florida Highway FLAGLER COUNTY
Patrol reported todav. Sermon
Q Florida Department of Pub CHURCH DIRECTORY '

lic Safety Director, H. N. Kirk. Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor

man said, "Jn terms of traffic Buxm3ll First United

accidents and deaths 1968 was. Methodist Church CATHOLIC CHURCHESSt.
Florid as
the worst year
history. Deaths were up by 17 Going Up To JerusalemWe Marys Church KoronaThe
percent over 1967. Rev. Father Anthony
e According to :Patrol figures have Just entered Into Leon. Pastor

the 1968 total is 276 above the the Lenten Season which signifies Sunday Mass............ 7:30 a. m.
previous high for auto deathsof those days precedingthe Weekday' Masses: Monday.
1966 when 1819 people lost death and resurrection of Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a. :
the State's Christ. He knew what fate
1 Rn, their lives on m.Blessed.
streets and highways.The would lie ahead in Jerusalem,
veteran Patrol chief but he was ready to pay the Sacrament Chapel
said 105,150 people were in. price for man's sins. Man'sdestiny Flagler Beach

Jured In auto accidents during is changed because pf Sunday Mass ............9:00 a. m.
''I ,-. '_.. .. .-- 1968. This compares with 102, what happened in those days. Weekday Masses: Tuesday,

Jack and Julie-, banjo-duo from Ormond Beach, will perform 309 Injuries during 1967. No person becomes so perfect Thursday and Saturday at

at the benefit.musical program sponsored by the Flagler ''This terrible loss is sense- that he does not need to 11OO: a. m.Ca'techism .
I Beach PTA Saturday evening March 8 at !the school. Proceeds less and preventable. A re- identify himself with this Classes. 3:00: p. m.
Fund. Tickets newed effort on the part of event at least once a year. Tuesday.St. .
from the event will go to the PTA and Scholarship '
drive foundationis
motorist The church's one
Mrs. Robert Danner, Mrs. Edgar every
obtained calling
be by
may another the Lord and
will help prevent Jesus Christ Stephens Bunnell
Fraser or Flagler' Beach Elementary School Office. cord year In 1969," Kirkman all are In need of the under- Sunday Mass:........1O:30: a. m.
-- concluded. standing of this Lordship. Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
DECEMBER while the 1967 take was $1- Without Christ there can be Tuesday.

CIGARETTE TAXESUP 717.28 according to figures released no Christianity. Confessions before all masses.

IN FLAGLERThe by State Beverage DI. HOSPITAL NOTES Every person needs( to experience Weekday Devotion: Novenato

tax collection rector. ADMITTED: Zelma Lee In some way a tripto Our Lady Wednesday and
cigarette Beach December collection -
Flagler Marshall, Bunnell; Nettie Las- Jerusalem in order to replenish Saturday after 'Mass.Community .
In Bunnell, Flagler Beach and
was $950.29 in 1968 i _
B. whichpossibly
Lester the inspiration
Beverley Beach were up In tinger, ;
against $930.57 in 1967.
December 1968. Doak; Bunnell: Jody Wall lacks luster becauseof Memorial
Beverly Beach December Bunnell; Donald Brock, Bun- the pull of the secular forces. Church
Bunnell collection was
in December 1968 1968 collection was $264.05 nell; Julia Lovelace Bunnell; God's people through Central Ave.. Flagler Beach
$2050.96 against $85.46 in 1967. Frances Arnold, Bunnell; Christ; know the reality of Reverend R. W. Dlckert Pastor

Frances Zeller Bunnell; Dar. that first Easter which comes Sunday School ....................9:45
rell Britt, Bunnell; James alive in the Christian's life. Worship Service ................11:00
RE-ELECT Hall, Flagler Beach Beach; "And they were on the road, Ladles Guild: Last Thursday
Mary Ann Meekins, Flagler going up to Jerusalem ." '.of each month' at 2 p. m.

Beach; Becky Thomas, Flag Mark 10:32.CATHOLIC .
KEENE GURNEECommissioner ler Beach; Barbara Bross, I First Baptist Church

Flagler Beach; Vicki DeMore. Rev. Charles Anders Pastor
Flagler Beach; Ruby Repcik. CHURCHES Moody BoulevardBunnell

Flagler' Beach; Posey Sum Sunday School..........9:45 a. m.
mers, Reedsville N. C.; Pris- LENTEN SERVICES Worship Service..ll:00 a. m.

cilia Ruth Smith, Orlando. Stations Of The Cross: Evening, Worship......6:30: p. m. '"'

Flagler Beach March 4 DISMISSED: John Moreland, Each Wednesday :and Fri Adult Choir Rehearsal., ...../7:30

Wayne Green, Carl Larson, day during Lent, includingAsh Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.

Frances Morgan, Grover Wednesday, 4:00: p. m at Monday
De&eated 7 a 'a6ee Seu eee Smith Ernestine Fabin .Phyllis St. Stephens Church. Wednes- YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd

Bertha ,J. C. Stinson, day at 7:30 p. m. at St. Mary's Monday
Lois Church Korona. Following the Prayer Meeting: 7:30: m.
-, Charles Lutton, Murray, p.
Janice Minshew Sandra Abbott Stations there will,be Benediction Wednesday
Louise ,Cantrell, Sadie of the Blessed Sacrament Junior'' ''Choir: 3:30 p. m.

BINGO 8:00 \ P. MTONIGHT Cooper, Doris Filkins, Robert I' 't Thursday' __>-

Mlsslnne, Joseph, ..Zysk., ASH WEDNESDAY MASSES: FirstUnited i -Methodist

St.'Mary's Church, 8:30 a. m. Lambert Avenue Bunnell '.
( )
Thursday Blessed Sacrament Chapel, Rev. Oliver Taylor Pastor

FREE REFRESHMENTS l for Fast Results 11:00 a.. m. Sunday School.........9:45: a. m.
Ashes will be blessed and Worship Service.._.11:00 a. m.
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL L READ and USEWANTAD distributed after both mass Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45p.

-SPONSORED BY- t m. Wednesday
-. I $ es.Ashes will also be distrib Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal:
Disabled American Veterans uted after all masses on Sun. 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3

Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 day. 3 p. m.
MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays

SUNDAY SERVICES WSCS: 1st Wednesday at.

-- 9a.m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday
CHURCHES FEB. 23 at 8p.m.
Flagler County Insurance Registered Methodist Men: 3rd Wednesday -

"The Lord God hath given at 7:15 p. m.
Rea! Estate Broker me the tongue of the learned -

Agency Inc. Bunnell Florida that I should know how to Flagler Beach United .
word In him
speak a season to
..A4..A.A..'" Methodist Church
that is weary: he wakeneth
f' AU Forms of Insurance morning by morning, he wak Reverend Reynold N. Hoover

eneth mine ear to hear as the Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
3O5 East Moody Blvds sPhone 437-3171 HASTINGS MATTRESS learned." This verse Is part Church SChool..9:45: a. m.

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS of the Bible Lesson-Sermon Morning Worship....11:00 a. m.
n Ptvmell, Florida 32010LFEFlREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS 71O-12 Lemon St. titled "l'I1ndand will be MYF. ..._.._........___..6:30 p. m.

P"latka, Florida read In all Chlstlan Science. Congregational Meeting-
J J. : Phone EA 5.9166 churches this Sunday. 7:30 p. m.

.. ... Furniture, Upholtaring All are welcome. PENTECOSTALHOLINESS
-- ------ ----- "
LEGAL AnVEUTISEMENT! LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Thir tired & Refinished One of the' selections to be Bunnell Off CHURCH Franz St.
Mattresses & Box Springs included from'fthe< denomina-
VE.AUL.RIt COUNTY. FLOnIIA IV TICK SEVEIVTIl JITOICIAI Mode to Order, Also Renovated tional textbook is the 'following
CIltCUIT Sunday School........10OO: a. m.
COURT IN AND : "Mind is not necessarily
In Case io. 4OO-K FOIL LAGLEIt COUNTY Call Laura Morris Worship Service..11: a. m.
'. MAMIK\ I. WELCOME FLOIUnA. : dependent upon educational
After 6:00 P. M. Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p: m..
rialntlff CAME!" NO. HIV. 4OO-D processes. It of Itself
DORIS E UEnOEUON. PRICES REASONABLE Worship Serv..Sun. 7:30 p. m.
r BENJA.Ine F. WELCOME Plaintiff, all beauty and poetry, and .
t Defendant VII PtJDGKT PLAN IF NEEDED the power .of expressing them.

r TILE WOTK'Il STATE: OF TO FLORIDA.fJRKKIVIl TO: PAUL L.Defendant.BEIIOERON. lust as near as your Spirit God, is heard when the St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
I3BNJAMIN WELCOME NOTICE OH! SUIT Phone orPost Officer senses are silent".(Science Rev. Thomas Mably
ITealdence hereby UnknownYou notified that a TO 357 Paul Portland L. Bergeron Street >'ot> Us a Card or' Cat} and Health with Key to the Priest In Charge
cult ha been flied against you Berlin. Coos County, ore"; Pick-up & Delivery Scriptures by Mary Baker 3, miles east of Bunnell on'
New .
In the above entitled cause: and HampshireYOU ).
' Eddy Highway 100, :
I hereby required to 'din ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,
you are
your answer with the Clerk of has: that been an filed action against for you divorce and 1 _. _. Morning Worshlp.':"10:00 a. m:

thereof this Court upon and the to serve plaintiff a. copy orplaintiff" of you your are written required defenses to serve, if a copy any yjwvwuvjwwvwww.......................",,.............",."'..........,....",... '" Church School.._..iOOO .a. m; '
Communion first
whose name Holy Sunday
K attorney to It on OILLESPIE AND OIL.L- ,
e and add rf'lIa ta: BERTONEP. ESPIE attorney for Plaintiff. :\ FAIR VIEW RANCH ANGUS DISPERSAL of each: month
irHAnn D. :;
whose address la 233 North

a not holly.later O. Drawer 11111.than Florida AA March\. 10. A. D.. Causeway.Florida with 32069.the New Clerk and Smyrna file of the the Beach above original -' : TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25, 1969 Editor's Note: Other churches
!'**. are urged to furnish us; with
styled Court on before March '
Tf 'you fall to do mo. Default for 3. 1969: otherwise or n. judgment AT THE RANCH, 10:00 A. M. their church calendar :and td
'Ml b* entered against you
demanded In the bill may be entered against you for keep us Informed of changes.
the relief
the relief demanded In the Com-
:':, ,. of complaint The nature of Bald plaint.WITNESS. Citra Florida 350 Head SellingENTIRE
suit being for my hand and seal
TIVORCI3WITNESS of said Court on the 24th day of
my hand and neftl of January. 1969. A DGeorire HERD OF REGISTERED ANGUS CATTLE TROOPER Bill; SAYS
said Court thin 3rd day of February M. Moody '
f ffto&o"Sc. MOODY '' "' ;, Am Clerk of the Circuit Outstanding production great .pedigrees? top' cattle 'RENEW YOUR

r (Official Soalnv ) As Deputy Clerk I Manager Route. 1. Box 470 Citra Florida 3262711'L"W'Lr'1.Mr"L
i ",_' Deputy Kathrvn Clerk L. Emery Jan., 30. 4tc. BIRTH MONTHI
Feb. 6. 13. 20. 21. 4tO .





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us help beautify Flagle
County. Large variety of evergreens f

palms, hedge plants
56 miles S of Bunnell on
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfi

SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain s
fields Installed: Rota-Rot
snail shell. Reasonable prices
Call George Jarosz, 437-3411 4p
-'* k


DIO. $275.00 CASH. PHONE -;,

4373720. kindergarten classes of Bunnell High School are shown
Jan. 30 Feb. 6, 13. 20, 4tc
visiting the Bunnell Post Office. Postmaster Ray Mercer is explaining -
SINGER zig zag-1968 model to the excited youngsters how the mail Is sorted.
used less than three months Teachers 'accompanying the group were Mrs. Wilda Hargett i

Guaranteed. Makes buttonholes center, and Mrs. Frances Wadsworth, right. ..._. i
blind stitches and
:fancy stitches without attach A. If you have never been The "Traveling Museum" sponsored by the Florida State

ment. Pay balance of $43.00or divorced, you are still his Museum visited Flagler' County last week. Students from grades

6 payments at $8.00 a Social Security legal wife. Therefore you are 4 thru 6 in all three schools visited month. For more information I eligible to receive a wife's
without' obligation, call De- NEWSQ. monthly benefit on his social The museum depicted Florida history from 1500 to 1846

land 734.0018 between 9:00: to security account. You should showing the discovery exploration and settlement of the state. /
5:00.: After 5:00 7342195. TFC in touch with the nearest -
I read that a 19 year-old get office immed A 25 minute movie was shown to supplement the museum story. ;
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedrooms boy qualified for disability to discuss the specifics ', ,
-CBS house with carport benefits. How can this be? I lately

; utility room and fenced understood you had to have of Q.your I plan case.to retire In a few
yard. Corner lot attractively; 5 years work credits to qualify months. What" documents
landscaped. Reasonable. Call for disability paymeits. should I take with me when
Announcing. .
4373138._Jan. 30 4tc. A. The requirements were I go 'Ito: apply for social security
changed last year so that benefits?
FOR SALE-One those who become disabled should bring proofof
A. You
4 bedroom LERCH
One -
$5500. HOWARD
house nice before reaching age 31 need and information ,
your age
2 baths % block from less work credits. For example, about last year's earnings. A
ocean 100 ft. lot $8500. Call the boy who became disabled baptismal
certificate ,or
4392317. Feb. 6, TFC 1 and V has for re-election as
at 19 needed only record made early in your life qualified
RETIRED MAN In excellent years work out of the 3 years would be the best documentto
before he became disabled. A if get them.If Beach Commis-
health wishes, outdoor or bring you pan Flagler City
maintenance work part timeor person who becomes disabled neither of these is obtain
fulltime in Flagler Beachor after age 31 still must have able, bring in several of the sioner.
Bunnell only. Available 5 years work credits out of oldest documents you can find
his 10 year period before he For earnings
after February 17th. For information that your age.
call 4392490. became disabled.Q. informatioTV bring your
Feb. 13, 20, 27, 3tc My husband is 52 and last year's W-2 form, or If you
he has had several heart at. are self-employed, bring a
LOTS FOR SALE: ':lacks. I am 52. Is it possible copy of your last year's tax
2 corner lots on S. Central for me to receive social secure return. Finally! be sureto
facing ocean both for ity benefits or will I have to Asocial security .. .
Ave., bring. your .. {. .. ONhTIMEw
$4,200.. Call.Margaret Givens, wait until age 62? So card: *. '" VC 50'
Registered Broker, 4392035. A. If your husband's condi- Q. I am 60 Years old and
Feb. 13 20, 2tc tion prevents him from work- have been trying to establishmy CERTIFICATES,
he should apply for dis- I having
ing date of birth am
WANTED -= MI-dd.l aged lady ability 'benefits now. Unless trouble finding zany old doc- VOLUSIA MINIMUM 53..000-90 DAYS .
with car to share my home on you have a child under age uments. WhatiJo you sug- COU NTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATJCA..YBANK
details call childin ... NATIONAL
Highway 100. For 18 or a disabled adult gest? "
Bunnell 4373739._Itc. your care, you must be at A. Your best bet would prob- Granada
175 W.
As store least 62 to draw a wife's ben ably be a U. S. Census Record. Ph. 677.8217
WORK You can bring the documentsyou Ormond Beach Florida
clerk or waitress. ltc. efit.Q.. My husband left me have to our office and we
2594._ many years ago. We did nat will examine them. If we then
USED Baby Carriage, lifts out get a divorce and neither'of feel that,further proof Is needed 1II1III.lIIlIlIlIIlIlllIilllllllllllllll"lIllIlIllnlllllll!! lllllllllll"IIIII"IIIIIIIIII 1lIllIIiIIUltllllllllllllllln

to travel bed, $7.50. Used us has remarried. He is. now, we will help you completea
heavy metal 18x30 in. wall receiving social security request for a search of the
Since I am past age There Is no-
cabinet. $14.00. Jerry's Furniture checks. census record. :
Old Dixie Hwy., 2 milesS. 62, I was wondering if I could charge for helping you. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
.. Korona. Ph. 4373752. -ltc. receive anything' as his wife.

FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1960 H- CRAIG. Funeral Director

Ford wagon, good condition, JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR
for $250 or Volkswagen. Call


AND DRUM STANDS. CALL bring yourprescription Phone ID 7-3532
4392100. Feb. 20. 27, 2tc.
FOR SALE- 4 lots 1 Block
* from ocean on North Central
Ave. Call Caldwell Realty,
4382100. Feb. 20, 4tc.

LOT FOR SALE. 1 lot on South IpftUq NOTICENotice
Central Ave. Flagler Beach.
Facing ocean, 1 mile from Professional Bldg. is hereby given that a municipal elec-

town $1200. Call Margaret tion, will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida,
Givens, Reg. Broker 4392035. on Tuesday, the 4th day of March, A. D. 1969,
Feb. 20. TFC. for the. purpose of eJecting three City Commissioners -

2- -two for two-year terms and one for a
FOR RENT: Unfurnished BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS to have their
bedroom house with garage. 1 I one-year term. All persons desiring
439- 657 the official ballot as candi-
block from ocean. Phone St. P. O. Box names printed upon
2318. ltc. 107 N. Bay dates are required to pay to the City Clerk of said

BUNNELL, FLORIDA City. with whom he qualifies, a filing fee of five
live and care
Some one to
for: elderly lady. Tel. 4373303. FREE ESTIMATESBAR per centum (5% ) of the annual salary of the office
Feb. 20, 2tc. FIXTWES( -, nUlL T.IN KITCHENS of City Commissioner of said City on or be-

SPARE TIME INCOME- BEAUTY SAXON' A 1>: BARBER: STATIONS :- fore 12:00 o'clock noon, on the 21st day; of Feb-

Refilling and collecting money LAUNDRY AND, DRY CLEANING COUNTERS' ruary, A. D. 1969.

from new type high quality Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Notice is further given that the registrationbooks
coin operated snack dispen BRF.AKFAST BARS of the City'of' Bunnell, Florida, are now .
sers In any area in Florida. No BATHROOM VANITIES ; open for registration of voters to and includingthe
selling. To qualify you must to Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts- 21st'day until 12 ::00 noon, of February A. D.
have car references FINE"HARDWOODS 1969. .
to 12 hours
weekly$2690 cash.can net excellent Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now. Serving /Barbara C. McCabe, City Clerk

monthly Income. More full all. areas in 75 mile sad.! of Bunnell. City of Bunnell, ,Florida

time. For National personal,Snack Interview Co. CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night'437-3928 Feb. 6, 13, 20, 3tc7THE .
P. O. Box 35782. ,
75235. Include Phone Number. .
Feb. 20. Itp.


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members of the Bun- S5J'1
nell High '(School Girls Bas-

T t t"f f b vit a+l 4at .tt ketball team 'have been selected Coach Accepts Trophy
for the All Conference and ,,
<- --
All Tournament teams, ac-
cording ;to Coach Sarita Brad-

Brenda Townsend, Ruby
____ a London and Lula Jones were
____ E
chosen for the Northeast Flor-
yaw ida All Conference {earn.

Jeanne Hlgginbotham, Bren t
Pmo da Townsend, Lula Jones and
,, Ruby London were selected for FISHING LINEBy
the All Tournament
team. t
t Ruby London was selected as Al Zamba

the :1969 Most Valuable Player Week Ending Feb. 15 19S9
of the Conference Tourna
ment. t Flagler Beach Pier

Both teamS are selected by V is still
Fishing on the pier
seven coaches of the
slow. We ""lalked' to one fisherman -
The coaches also select 'the from Palm Beach and

r most.valuable player. he said that the fishing is off

all along the whole Florida
East Coast. A few good catchesof
Photos by Theo C. Heln 'whiting are being taken
fl) occasional bass
and also an
Miss Sarita Bradley receivedthe will take the bait, like it did
McGriff.. principal of Bunnell High School, is shown championship trophy from with Edgar Neal, Retherford-

presenting the Tournament Trophy to Brenda Townsend, center, ./.' Supervising Principal Cliff Mc ton N. C. He landed a 7%
Griff at the close of the tour pounder while fishing for
and Lula Jones. The Bunnell High School Girls won the championship ....-:'. nament. :Miss Bradley has whiting.

in the seven team tournament held at Bunnell Gym been girls basketball coach at
t Jack Cenung'a Fish Camp
nasium last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Bunnell High. School for nine
_ years. Fishing in the waterway is
slightly better than over in
the ocean.* Over at Jacks were

,..-- '.-' Bill Berewicker and Phil Rase-
: mond, Crescent Beach. When
: they came back in they had a
drum and 2 trout.
: ,1:1' .,'w-<-., Jack, Angwin, Crescent
r Beach had as his guest this
past week Bob Joder from
Iowa. Bob and Jack fished
hard and brought in 20 trout
and 6 drum.

Devil's Elbow Fish Camp

The only action at the ramp
this week was a sheepshead'
caught by Martin Riener, Pa-
1-- latka. Truman Eatman's scaleat
the camp will weigh to 20
lbs. and Martin's sheepsheadwent
r well over that. Truman
said they took a picture of the .L
:' fish and the- picture Itself 100t
; '
} .
{ 4t \ .rfi"}r$P7 von " weighed 4 lbs. So it must
j C S R /"t '
have been a big one.
;; S14,0 :: ,. '' cry ;'
Ding's Fishing ResortAt
: < '
7O M ;'{ Bing's things are slow
j: :Y.:'r-i although Doug Kennedy, John
: Doss and Mike Mintz, all from
Jax teamed up and brought in
,' t'
"'" ': ; ,' 24 drum, 4 bass and some


i I : ", \ THE OYSTER

f 7
..>., Florida, most of the world's
j oyster crop comes from culti

,.. t "j.,..".r'' .1 +5 9i .>.,.i "n.:0: ,:,',;11-". vated beds in brackish waters,
\ which oysters prefer. Many
.% !.F, 'i ryN l ::}yC F: : ::z'.,.:,,:::.., methods are used to grow
"*/ ; ; oysters of good. size, shape
and flavor.
: lt .
F"k Oysters go under a varietyof
/" names depending on local-
(; / ''4...'
l'. $ ,, ity. The uncultured oysters of
t f > Florida and Georgia are
'" known as the coon oyster. The
ILr- M oyster has an extraordinary
sex life. One spawning sea-
son, it is male, the following
". season female. Spawning is
done during the summer
months as the water gets
warmer.. The oyster produces
eggs, and the winter fait is
lost during this process mak-
ing the oyster.thin and wat-
ery. That is why oysters are
-- y picked during the cooler
months or the R-Months. One
,.... adult oyster can pump as
.'.! ,'--" '
much as 100 gallons of water
J.- ,,;>1..,, ". ...1....... II "' thru its, sieve like gills a day.

.; -tiJ-fr: 1.

1 (1.t Y .. BUNNELL
1)) fl' -
". Special package deal prices now on Falrlane Hardtops with ..:;j.-, .... :-I. The Class B District 8 Bas-
.' (. '69 FAIRLANE ,HARDTOP today's most popular options. Extras include Vinyl-covered ;,::.';",' r.f .'\.' ketball Tournament will be
) f?' Never so much car Deluxe '..i '. played in Bunnell Gymnasiumnext
.. roof Dual racing mirrors Accent stripe wheel ,: "" : ;' .. .
.. ; for so little moneyso covers Whitewalls Full carpeting "'r ,'.'r week. The nine teams
early in the year. (,: .. .' participating are: Deland S.
.t.' Western, Florida Military,

+ I''; ; ". $ .. Ford : .Pop-Option SaleBUNNELL'MOTOR ,'. Bunnell, Crescent City, Palat-
',.. .. ka Central, Oviedo, Sanford
,'. '" ,- '.' ...;.. Naval, Interlachen and Father

: ''::;; lJ''t..t-' .. : 1 'td .lalhJsh "1. Lopez.
: The first
will be
game Tuesday

:' : COMPANY Iric.:.', Bunnell, Florida! : ,, Interlachen.night ,at'and 8 .p..Father m- between'Lopez.
The second rounds will be

: '.."," The place" you've got to go to see what's going on :;. ;- ;t day urday..ii Thursday and. championship, semi-finals on on Sat-Fri-,