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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 NO. 10 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 1969 $3.50 A YEAR
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LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION HOLD HEARING
FP&L Purchases
Legislative ._ Seven QualifyFor

Vairi. PropertyFlorida Bunnell
Hearing Draws "
: ,:;Power and Light
Co. recorded *v deeds with the CommissionSeven

Large CrowdSalary : Clerk of Circuit Court todayon
K .; ,, .; { .; property purchased from. candidates have qualified '
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:: > Claude Varn in Northwest for the three citv commission -
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bills were the principal >J; ., 1t. "I
bills requested for consideration j k Flagler, seats in the March 4 t.;
of the Legislative .... .,' \;( The stamps placed on the election. One of these seven
Delegation which held hearings .I. \1.\ / I recordings indicated :sale will win a one-year term' and -

In the court room of the J' ..,, i ."f' ,. :. price at about $370.000. The two others will each get two-
Flagler County, courthouse t property purchased runs from: year terms. _
; : the Swanson prouerty (recently \,
Thursday afternoon. 1C'i/ ;.; Candld-tes are Cary Hol-
F P & L) to
Senator. J, H. Williams : .<...,....,.....,.'. ..,.'H". ." ,' the purchased ocean including by the lake '",nd, school teacher; Earl
Ocala, presided over the hearings _. .. ;'i: and a tip of the Island be. RIre, pulpwood producer; Ed
attended by Representatives y tween the canals. Zeller service station owner
A. H. Craig .Jim Gils- p. :d managfer; Joe Kelly, serv- ? .
Mr. Alan Wright, Vice President
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son' and Bill Reedy. and ire station manager; Gene ..
of Florida Power
More than 300 people attend. fJ Light Co., when contacted Bowers, construction worker;

ed the hearing. Principal Interest Wednesday afternoon said, Cllf Sheffield,
was hunting on the ;; "We do not have any specific sales manager: eutomobueM'h
Pictured left to right are Representative Jln\'Gllsson, Senator Brooks mechanic.
Hudson Timber Tract which
drew about 200 out of county J. H. Williams, Representative Bill Reedy and Representative 'announcement the Flagler to make purchase.regarding _The 'commissioners will '.; ::. a

hunters. A. II.; Craig as they held a hearing on proposed legislation 'The company Is making acquisitions elect a Mayor from their number ;1,
Last month the Board of Thursday'afternoon in the Flagler County courthouse. 'The an. of property in various at the April 7 meetIng '
County Commissioners had requested nual session of the Florida State Legislature will be held In areas of Florida as a Holdover commiwloners are

Hudson Paper Co. to Tallahassee this April and May. Senator Williams. presided over protection for ,future expon- Shelton Barber and Hubert
close the hunting preserve the two hour hearing. **}' sions." Pelllcer.

since other property owners -- .'- -
complained of cattle being STAR _STUDENT AND ,TEACHER _

killed and stolen, fires being Q
spread and property being de, + 03P
strayed: :

Even though It was not a
legislative consideration, the FOUNTAIN

legislators listened attentive ,BPS ... w f ,t
ly until .J. C. Vlnlng of Hudson .
Paper Co. announced;that the _
hunting preserve would re-

main open. At this time' the
out of county hunters ap -

plauded ,and nolsely departed.
from the hearing:. '

.Mayo\ 'I'JJ. '''Eisenbach 'Qf ga4.71
Bunnell presenrted: 'only' two
} chatter change"requets6.S1), % nto" ..Jj Y.O.
; gIVe;the:'commission,..the/r fia ,,"" i:'" ,;0.
right to :raise.the1' purchase:,, :......"...,;....' ,,"" x
limits without:bids from $50GT I-.: /f .. J I
to $1000''and" ((2)' ,to provld : ',. :
the city the legal,opportunityto .I.
consolidate the police de. <; :

partment with County Sheriff .
Department.. Ground was broken last Tuesday for,the new'fiowing fountain -

Flagler Beach Attorney Max 'to be erected ,In the ,Flagler Beach City Park. The fountain

Ossinsky requested'one,,char.. will ,be placed in the park by the Flagler Beach Lions Club, as:

ter change:, (1), the:right to sisted by the, Flagler Beach Garden Club, as a memorial to
"control zone" unincorporated, Flagler County's War Veterans. Participating from, left' are. Andrew .
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property immediately outside Janslc, Lion Club; Herbert Fuller, Lion and Mayor of Flag Photo by Theo C. 'Heln
the 'city limits of Flagler ler Beach; Mrs. Freda Cole, Garden Club President; Keene Gur- Robert Creal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Creal, Bunnell,

Beach. And (2), ratify previous'actions fee, Lion and City Commissioner; Mrs. Edna Farnsworth Gar has been selected STAR student of Bunnell High School where
of the commission. .
den Club Vice President; and Floyd Hurl, Lions Club. Not pictured he Is' a member of the senior class. STAR students are selected -
The Board of County 'Commissioners ,. but also present Lions President Jack -Abbott._ on the basis of the aggregate score of the December Scholastic
did not .present : Fall Florida 12th Grade Test total.
Aptitude Test (SAT) and the
action.any requests for legislative'. BEACH COMMISSION Engineers and Conservation Robert will be among Florida's outstanding high school seniors '

Department to : have markers who will receive academic recognition, honors and awards at
Sheriff P. A. Edmonson, APPOINT ELECTION .
replaced in "t'he.cIty limits the school, county, district and state levels. Each STAR studentis
Judge T. K. McKnight and
along the waterway, and to
Tax Collector Dale Brown asked ,' OFFICIALS discuss washedout land.along asked to name STAR teacher who, in his opinion made the
contribution to his scholastic achievement. Robert has
the delegation to support greatest ,
Officials for ''the Municipal the waterway.:
state wide salary bills which Election March 4 were appointed selected Mrs. Mary Gurnee, science,,teacher at Bunnell High
would be submitted by their by the Flagler Beach student and STAR teacher will be designated at this meeting,' ';. '

associations. ;Edmonson Stated Commissioners at their meetIng Flagler Beach .::1 program is sponsored by the Florida State Chamber of Com::r.g '
'that he felt due to the Thursday night. Those ap merce. Star students and teachers will be honored ,by local r, -
hours he was expected to be pointed were Clerk, Mrs. ".Ic. The STAR
Man Dies In sponsors at a County Recognition Meeting. County
on duty he should 'receive asalary Marie Brede; Inspectors, Mrs. student and STAR teacher will be designated, as .this meeting.All .

paid equivalent,county officer.to the. highest Cash Maxine, and Kelly Mrs., Mrs.Irene Myrtle Mase- Fire TuesdayA schools STAR students and teachers will' receive. certificatesand

,will be honored by the sponsors at a ,District Recognition, .
Supt.. Jim Craig reported more; Marshal, Charles Rob- raging fire which started
that if the present local superintendent son. Alternates are Mrs. Mildred early Tuesday morning took Meeting:'Various awards and scholarships await the state.. STAR

local salary was Sargeant, Mrs. Ethel the life of Fred Lewis Morrow winner to be announced in May.

void and: a. general supt. salary Schmidt, and Fred Marks.In ,' 68, Flagler Beach, and
bill was not adopted, the other business. the ,com- destroyed his home at 1915N. ST. JOHNS PARK
' School Board requested thata missIon!: Central Avenue. His body Public Rally RESIDENT DIEDTHURSDAY
local bill be passed givingthe ADOPTED an ordinance was found near the front'door .

School Board the right to amending the 'Beach 'Concession Just inside the charred brick Slated Monday Nettie U. Lastinger, 82, St. ,"
set the superintendent's salary ordinance.
structure. J
Johns Park resident, died at
at a minimum figure of APPOINTED Alexander Rig- Beach volunteer firemen Night At BeachAll February '
6:30 m. Thursday,
a.
the highest .paid school per by to the, Planning.,;Board to were called 'ito the scene three 20 at Bunnell General Hos- -
sonnel. replace George'.M,j Moody, whoresigned. times to extinguish the blaze candidates,, seeking the
three commission seats ndmayox's pital.
Mrs. John C. Rice, chairman after flames reappeard. Assistant
She moved to St. Johns Park
of School Board, asked the TABLED a request from Mrs. Fire Marshall Dees of : post in ,the Flagler '
about month from Plant
a
'' Beach City Election March 4 ago
Richter to Install is an
delegation to retain the present a street light Jacksonville conducting '
have been invited to a public City, Florida.Survivors '
formula for distribution of at the north property line of investigation to determine the
EIT state funds and to I Snack Jack Restaurant. cause of ""the fire, 'according to rally Monday,_March,,3 at 7:30p. : include a nephew
pro- ,
of St. Johns
m. In the Municipal Hall. Henry Aycock
APPROVED :the Sheriff's Office.
vide for earlier adoption of ,: purchaseof the County Park. I
text books so that schools six 3O gal."drums at'$21.29- Morrow had been a resident The nine candidates qual
each from Caldwell Sales of Flagler Beach about !fled have been: notified and
would have books by the opening to. '
of, the school term. be used as g'afbage.containers five years. He was a .retired ,,; an invitation has been extended TIDE TABLE \
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Other, spokesmen were Jim in the beach area. Seaboard Railroad conductor 'to each to speak at Tides For Feb. 27Morcb.K.Younge 5 4 t I

Tucker, secretary ,of Flagler DISCUSSED the Master Plan Survivors Include daughter the rally, according. to a NIGH: LOW ,\ .
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Recreation Advisory Commit for Flagler,: County Public' Mrs. Jan oZemlna, of spokesman :1 Day A.M. P.1\'t. AM.. P.M.I.,=I
1
tee, Louis.M.:Stefllk.president f" Wofcs..Topk: no 'action until Tampa. 27. 4HS4" 5:18: '11:12 11:06 .
of Flagler Farm,.,Bureau; and 7 'eXplanatIon of the' plan Seashole :Funeral Parlors, The home of Maybell Pratt, 27 5:48: :.'' 6:06'1134; ,' 11.55
William Barto, secretary" of wasytJres; >rited-, to'the commis' Jacksonville, Is in charge.of Lincoln Heights Subdivision, 1 ;>';6:30: 6:54" 12:01': 12:36
,
'Flagler Beach' Lions 4 Club.and; sion.( ." '-J, funeral arrangements -. Craig Bunnell, was destroyed by fire .- 27:12. 7:30: '12:42. 1:12
Mrs. Frank Brede of Flagler INSTRUCTED the City, Attorney Funeral Home Bunnell,. was Wednesday afternoon. ...)The' 3 7:54": '. 8:06.1: t -1:24 1:48 \

Beach State Park Advisory to, arrange;. a confer in charge of lbcal.arrangements. . :six room, frame dwelling was. 4 8:30 8:48: 2:00': 2:24.... '
Committee. ence with the Corps*of Army a total loss : ;I 5 9:06, 9:24: 2:42: 3:00: ( '





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U, CTrtlmnc THURS., FLAGLER;: TRIBUNE
,e 3Flmjlrr) Entered *.. aecond claaa. matter FEBRUARY 27. 1969 2-THE
--It.: 1.t'liv; C0ItP0 it ATE D February 6. 1913. at the post-
DUNNELL" FLORIDAJOHN
office at Bunnell. Florida under

A. CUBOO Act of March 3. 1876. C14 I C E < Lean Western

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Editor and,,,Publisher i lOe Per Copy ( '

BKTTEJ a .McDXNIKL.: r J'". On* Year .3 0Outside Qsc111INC.,
News EditorDeIIIated ., Six' Mom.h. 92-09 Pork Steaks
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Legal newspaper A.4YerU.I.for all *4UM FluKler Per Year County '


EDITORIALA BUSY WEEKWe *'t' lbm 58<:



have some city folk ask if It doesn't get rather dull living
in a, small town. Life probably could be rather dull anywhere U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
but, it certainly was not dull in Flagler last week.

We Just did not have time to take in all the' activities.The <
ROAST Ib. 53
legislative hearing drew an unusually large crowd
and the legislators were most impressed with the interest Flag-
ler Countlans took in their government. Senator J. HER Williams
did a. fair and impartial Job in hearing all delegations and U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK -
keeping the hearing moving along so that it was concluded

within Only two a hours.few local bills were requested. Most of the other' STEAK Ib. 58'

delegations were speaking in behalf of statewide salary billsor

school or park appropriations. ,
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There is a need for the legislature to establish uniform sal Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE
aries for all constitutional officers in accordance with qualifica
tions and responsibilities required of the position.The .

Chamber of Commerce hosted the legislators at a dinner
PICNICS Ib 38CLyke's
,and invited other Boards and county officials' to Join them
"dutch-treat". The Chamber did not want anything from the .
legislature except good representative. government.
trite informal dinner gave local officials a better opportunity
to ,get to know their legislators. We Impressed with the 3 '"Sugar Creek" SLAB COPELAND ALL MEAT
good, rapport that is developing between the people of Flagler
SMOKED
County and their present legislators. .I' BACON FRANKS
Thursday evening the Bunnell PTA and Classroom :Teach' Ib.. I
ers honored the well deserving Mrs. Norma Turner for the serv- SSe 12 oz. Cello
ices she had rendered the children (and Qldsters), of Flagler : County for so many years.. Home economics' students modeled
clothing outfits they had 'made at school.. Florida Grade. "A" D & D (2/ -2/ ) Ib.: Avg.; LIMIT 2 PLEASEIb.
The Board of County Commissioners met last week to dis
cuss terms of the contract for lease of a portion/ ,of the airport
for aircraft purposes. At least, there is a bright. glimmer of Whole 28
hope for something being done at the airport.
Recent rumors have been bouncing around about a large .

electric power plant a huge residential project. and, ,of'course
'
the industrial plans of ITT-Rayonier. The .rumors usifally:come -
from someone outside, the .county who has talked to someone
who is in on "the l low'.. FRESH_
We readily acknowledge*we:. do not,'have any specific In. I LEAN GROUND BEEF 4 Ibs. $1881
formation of anything big coming. But we still have the feel.
Ing !that Flagler County is on the 'verge of something "big in .. .. -. -

our future". There; is urt.old... saying., "Where there. .smoke_.. there. Bush's .Showboat. No. '2V2 Can .
some 'J> i .
must be Hre. i "'
Around the county last week,,.*the Masons entertained their ;W BEANS: 'Z- :-, -39e ?,. f. "' CRiSCO'O'Snge n ,

District Deputy Grand Master"and the' Disabled American Vet
erans made plans for a fountain In the'Flagler Beach park. ,,- t lb:.

Social life sparkling,}.with..a luncheon-fashion show sponsoredby PEACHES Z Foo.49c 3 .Tin 58'
the Flagler Beach WSCS the annual Miss Bunnell High *
Contest and a series of parties. and receptions for the lovely Big .Chief .
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brides-to-be. LONG. RICE lb.. Limit l.with $5.00 food order
And, we must!: not overlook the surge of Interest in servingon ;.GRAIN 4 BagAII 590 or more
the city commissions. Flagler Beach already had nine can., flavors
: 46 oz. Can
didates. Seven men qualified for the three posts open on the. Hawaiian
Bunnell City Commission.No 'PUNCH 3 For9ge KRAFTORANGE
things were not dull In Flagler last week. .
.
Morton's 26 Box
John A. Clegg } oz.

SALT v Each 10 S JUICE

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We enjoy greater prosperity I

Too Late opportunity less unemployment for' the individual, greater Quart -
DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR Bottle 33FRESH "
than ever before. It is evident

I : To ClassifyBy I that deficit spending little in has solvingour accomplished ; :

Russell _Kay problems.'On the .contrary t.& ,- FROZEN
it has steadily increased. FOODS -
If money was the answer them. 5lb. 37e Morton's
you f would think that we Respect and confidence in 8 oz. Pkg.

would contented be people the happiest on earth most for world our nation has deterioated.throughout The the' Limit 1 with $ .OO or.more food order POT PIES Z For 39C

since the days of the New value of the American dollaris
Deal, we have spent; billions questioned in spite of the Sea Pak "BREADED"SHRIMP
.of dollars, to.eliminate:,poverty billions we have spentto'cre '
I .
improve living conditions ate International'goodwill.. PRODUCE: :VV8r:. 79*
and aid the under-privileged.: Parental control of our child. '
Nobody knows how many ren has broken down. Authority U. S. No. 1 T / ?. .
new boards commissions and discipline and personal
agencies have been created to responsibility have become POTATOES 1O: &; 49c
accomplish the desired results dirty words.' The home the BOLDAPPLES
or how many thousands church and the school have 4 Ib. Cello BAG
have been added to the government failed to assert any 'control Ea.
payroll to direct over our youth. 49C Giant
supervise and operate the various This is not all the fault of Size 49-
programs. government. The responsibility U..S. No. 1 k '
What has all this frantic rests equally on parents .
costly effort accomplished? our educational 'system and RUTABAGAS 2 ISM Limit 1 with $5.00 or more, food order
Are we as a nation happier our churches. If our homes
more contented more cognizant are broken if OUT adults display -
of our blessings? Has loose morals and our, 11 1
love of country been advanced churches themselves are di.
? Has pride in citizenship vided what can we expect?
increased? What have the We have become a nation of '
vast amounts we have spent liars cheaters and crooks. We
. really accomplished in ad. think nothing of shoplifting.We .
vancing the welfare of 'our Indulge in drunkenessand
country? What have these hate. We flaunt the law ] ..
dollars brought In. terms of ''when it applies to us, and MM RODGERS ;I III
peace and satisfaction? professing- tolerance display
Any sane thoughtful person only in tolerance. II.OPEN' III"1
must admit our effort no Greater more powerful nations I
matter how worthwhile its than ours have gone .
Intent, has failed miserably. down the drain because they ,SUNDAYS "inim
The answer Is clear. We are did not see the "Handwriting Phone 437-3227
8:00
less happy less content thanat on the wall." It can happen to am.--lQO: : p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
any time in our history. US. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices
Good
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WRITES A BOOKMrs. MISS HARRIS HOSPITAL NOTES 3-THE FLAGLER: TRIBUNE THURS.. FEBRUARY 27 1969

J. E. Rose wife of the SPEAKS TO ADMITTED: Marie LaCour-
late Dr ,J. E. Rose, of Bun- slere, Flagler Beach; Walter GAMES PARTY m. at St. Marys Church HalL
nell and Flagler Beach. Is the SENIOR CITIZENS: Meshey, Flagler Beach; Helen
Is .
SUNDAY AFT. Everyone Invited.AT
author of a book entitled "To1 Kozlowskl, Flagjer Beach;

God Be The Glory" which was Miss Catherine Harris a Lewis Ouelette Flagler Beach; KORONA Project J from the party will

recently published; In;.,Pensa- lOth grade student at Bun- Max Porte Flagler Beach; the Korona Comm'un.ty

cola Florida,' ;::1, Thelma Barnett, Flagler' There will be a games par.benefit
hell. High School and winnerof Beach; Anthony// Williams, Sunday, March 2 at 2:00: p. ity Club.
While the title might Indi the county and district oratorical Bunnell; Vera Kelly Bunnell;
cate the book to be a religious contest sponsored by -
Mary Phillips, Bunnell Arch. ,, ..
; ="rn1ZqUlI.t'llu.o: "" ==''OD =""''' .0'0 DU""O'U.O"D D" UD" O".JI..ullHII!
treatise it Is really a collection The American Legion was ie Glddens Bunnell; Edward
.
of Mrs. Rose' experiences guest speaker at the Feb. 18 Copeland Bunnell: Mae Keif- REELECTHERB
during her lifetime, bits of meeting of the Flagler Senior er. Haw Creek. Lottie Hall
poetry that she has composed Citizens, Club. Miss Harris delivered Bunnell Lucius
; McMillan
from time to time and other the oration that she Bunnell; Benjamin Cauley
Items that have Interested will give when she appears Bunnell; Susan Mutter Bun FULLERMAYOR
her over the years. Feb. 27 in Gainesville in the nell; Dorothy Barber Bunnell;

.....,..,.......... .. --- North Florida sectional ora Edward Bell Holly Hill; Linda -
torical contest. There were 70 Fontaine
Holly Hill; Judy
members and guests presentat Owen, Daytona Beach; Molly
.ithe 1:00: o'clock luncheon Shope St. Augustine; William OF FLAGLER BEACH |

meeting. Drady .Holly Hill. I
Special tribute was paid to DISMISSED: Lavena Mesh "LET'S MAKE FLAGLER BEACH A BETTER
members Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Leona Elsenbach TO LIVE."
ey Martha PLACE IN WHICH .<
Clary who are leaving Fl-agler
Moore, Mae Keifer Edwin
,
County to make their homeIn Bell, Priscilla Smith Posey .Ji'fl'ft u".u q""n OD"O'0' """ "" "" '''.u'" m "'D'"'0'0 In u"'m.o'.lu'"n' '

Bradenton. Mr. Clary served Summers Frances Arnold
as chairman of the Club Lester Doak, Donnie Brock
for two one-year terms. It was Margaret James Ronnie
Brock
announced that' the next meet s'
Barbara Bross, Frances Zeller Announcing C
ing, at 6:00: p. m. March 4, John McCabe Marie LaCour-
would be held in Fellowship siere, Vicki DeMore Becky
Hall at the Flagler Beach Thomas Russell Yelvington
Methodist Church. The Club's
Mary Oswald, Molly Lane,
regular meeting place in the Thelma Marshall:
Flagler Beach Municipal Shelton Brooks

Building will be in use that The greatest building year
day as a polling place in the since the boom days of 1925
municipal election. There will was recorded by the city of
i eb a talk "28 Years On A Mo Coral.Gables in, 1968 with per

torcycle", by Mr. Davis, a res. mits totalling over $20. mil. IS A CANDIDATE FOR
ident of Flagleit Beach. lion recorded.NOTICE !
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--- I the Bunnell CommissionI

--.-__..... T 1 City

Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Rose .
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE IN

In the book Mrs. Rose recounts
many vivid experiences, You are hereby notified that the Tax :Assessoror THE MARCH 4 ELECTION

she had as the wife of the his assistant will be present in the various pre-

only doctor In Flagler County cincts on, the day and hour shown below;' for the

Dr. and Mrs. Rose lived on purpose of receiving tax returns on Real,,.Personal
Railroad Street between the and Intangible Property and applications for Home-
Hotel I TIME
Halcyon and Bakers Department T
stead and other,exemptions:
Store. Their medical
office was in their home. I ATLANTIC HARDWARE
Precinct No. Bunnell.. Tax Asses os' Office. Friday. February j
Mrs. Rose assisted Dr. Rose 14. 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon. j
in treating and caring for pa ,.t'
tients. She relates experiencesthey Precinct No. 4-A-Bwm.e1L Masonic. Lodge. Friday.: February : & SUPPLY CO. INC.
had together in Bunnell. 14. 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M. 'I' ,

After they retired they movedto Precinct No. Flagler Beach City Hall. Monday February

Flagler Beach where they 17. 9:00 A.'M. to 12 Noon. .,.
resided several. years. ,Dr. ,
Rose died In 19 8.*Ifr!="**)) #1 R r Precinct No.;.5AParrot: Village. 'M_ 0D4ay.. <,February 17sIs30 .' MOODY, BLVD.. ." FLAGLER,BEACH.
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P. M. to 2130.P. M. f" 439'I'
Dr. and Mrs. Rose have a/ PHONE: -2303

daughter Mrs. Benny Black Precinct No. Cspanola. County Polling Building.: Tuesday
who resides in Bunnell. Mrs. February 18. 10:00 A. M. to Hs3O A. M. ,t
Rose who has been active in J
Woman's: Missionary Unit of Precinct No. ,3-A-Korona. White Eagle.Tueeda'Yy". ; Febru

the Baptist Churches, resides ary. 18. 2:00-P. M. to 3:00 ,P. M. NOTICEPursuant
In Pensacola. She is 83
yearsof Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek Community HalL Wednesday.,
age. '
February 19. 10:00 A. M. .to 11:00 A. M. to provisions, as set forth in Florida

Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park.' Community Hall. Wednesday Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the

'The wildlife law providesthat February. 19. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. 1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee, or
.fresh water non-garne Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment

fish other than catfish may The Tax laws require that you file a, return -on shall fill out a prescribed form.

be taken by spears gigs or Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regardless This application pertaining to Florida Stat- I

bow and arrow during day of the amount, before April 1st and I am re-' utes 193.201 is specifically request for Agricultural -

light'hours, except where'prohlblted : quired to assess a ten percent penalty. upon your Zoning for Tax. Assessment purposes and I
by local law. Under failure to do so. '-. *.. has no relationship to the County Zoning of land
water spear fishing Is pro '
hibited at all times. All applications for exemption must also be use.
must file this
Property applicationeach
filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's.;'Office is owners
to the County Tax Assessor between
open from 8 :30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00: P. M. year
Today's aquarium pet couldbe to 4:30 P. M. and we* will be glad to assist you, if January first and April first, so that the County
Board consider
Agricultural Zoning the
tomorow's aquatic mon- possible. may ap-
ster. Don't dump pet fish in plication for Agricultural classification.

Florida' fresh waters. The Respectfully, Application forms are available at the Tax

wildlife law prohibits the liberation D. R. MOORE, Assessor's Office. ,

of any fresh water Jan. 9 April 3 Tax Assessor DONALD R. MOORE
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I 4- FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS.. FEBRUARY 27. 1969 Fashion Variety


:SHOWER FETES MISS SHARYN ABRAHAM Shown..at WSCS

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Luncheon ffiParadlhgln ; : v.

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; styles ranging ,

from?;.sporty play togs to exquisite '
:evening; wear models
1 showed fashions'they had..-created

L to about 130 members
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and guests of Flagler Beach
Womens Society of Christian
Service Thursday at their
luncheon land fashion show. 2121 r

The annual social fete was
held in the Methodist Church

Fellowship Hall. MISS SANDRA KAY SCOTT, I, March bride elect, is presented -
Enormous paper flowers in Mrs. II. V. Peavy at a shower at the Peavy
a gift from
? luscious pasted shades and will be married to .James W. Gateman March
seasonal flower arrangementswere Home Miss Scott:
used to decorate the 1 at 4:30 p. m. in Bunnell Baptist Church.
the bridal shower was Mrs. Bion Matherly.MR. .
hall for the "Spring" theme. Cohostess at
Table settings were providedand

arranged by the hostesses.Mrs. SMIGIELSKI
:" AND MRS. DANIEL
William Givens, chair
MISS. SHARYN ABRAHAM was honored at a bridal shower man of the gala event, was r '

Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter Knight, '900 East assisted
Lambert Avenue, Bunnell. :MissAbraham will become the bride inson. Mrs. Lynn Clary, assisted C 0 r '
by Mrs. Mildred Sar- :
of Stuart Rockett Saturday, March 1 at 6:30'p: m. The cere- !''l ."
geant, was in charge of the
ynony will be performed in St. Stephens Catholic Church. fashion show arrangements. 10 3f 't. ;

2. The honored guest, second from left Is shown with the hos Commentator for the style ;

tesses, 1 to r, Mrs: Virginia" King, Mrs. Mike Deeb, and Mrs. show was Mrs. Sargeant. '. : <

Knight. creations for children '
Original .
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\ Pink and. white floral arrangements decorated the home. modeled by Miss Connie d.\\ .

.. Carnations and snapdragons were arranged as'a centerpiece on Hull highlighted, the fashion : ,,,. .... '

the serving table, which was covered with a pale pink satin display. She appeared In a i ,,!W.
red, white ,and blue cotton .
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idfamask cloth. Fruit punch served from a crystal bowl and coffee :
outfit and also'modeled
play ,
accompanied the other dainty party foods. Assisting with the an "after five for youngsters," I ;'. :' .

I Serving were Mrs. S. H. Cameron, Mrs.' Harry Atkinson, Mrs. which 'was" an adorable pale ", :;tf',;

I John Wescott, and Mrs. Curtis Deen. About fifty-five attended. blue dotted swiss sleepwear ": '< '

I ;* Gifts for 'the bride-elect were displayed l' 'tables, covered outfit. :. .."

with pink and overlaid with white lace cloths, arranged In the Many of the outfits were en- ,
tlen. ,'.I I :1'J'.J hanced with the addition of wii '.

:.l Among the guests were Mrs.. George Abraham, New Ken scarves, bags and Jewelry nA
the of Mrs. Jean furnished by Land 'n' Sea
ngtorr, Pa., grandmother of guest honor;
Corbin, Washington, D. C." 'aunt of the bride elect; Mrs. Tofic Fashions.
Hlder:""Mrs., 'Fred AJluni, Mrs. Nalma Akras; Mrs. :Joseph Isaac,. Modeling the, colorful fashIons *
Mrs. Hoover DANIEL, SMIGIELSKI are _at home 'J1.t,Von
were Virgil ./MR. AND MRS.
:Mrs. Joseph Samaan, Mrs. Sam Thomas, and Mrs. George Yanni, '
Mrs. Hazel Givens, Mrs.. Winnie -' BuloW Ranch Annex, John Anderson Highway t after their 'mar-

all of Daytona..Beach.'' ._' _:'; '-, Duensing Mrs. Montane ',, riage. February'17: in County Judge T.. K. McKn gh :Office.:. '
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TANYA"HAWKINS ,'. .. Maner, Mrs. Alice Lovell, Airs. The bride" Is the former Mrs. Louise. Owen, Mound _Grover

', GARDEN CLUB Aileen Treadwell ;Mrs. Louise;' Her husband is the son of Mr. and M'Stanley Smigielski of.
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CELEBRATES Hormes, Mi's.: Ruth Bigelow, '
'' Mound Grove. ", r : i '+'
fBIRTHDAY> MEETS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Emma 'I ulp.; Mrs. .Lois
.' I Stanton, Mrst. Jane,McCormick. :The ,bride wore a royal: blue knit' suit. with navy", bliie.'.'acces'sories -
The Flagler Beach Garden: .... ., ,...
( "IIawkirls Mrs. .lVlar jorie.t age, Mrs. Florence and a white carnation corsage. 'f lit
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Tanya daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haw-4 Club will .meet Wednesday, Schwenk,-Mrs. Helen Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cobb, Mound Grove; 'were .,the, :couples.
March 5 ait 1:30 p. m. at the '
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kins; celebrated her ninth"birthday andMtSClary. only attendants. : "
home of Mrs. Frank Schwenk .' \If. ...
at.a. party at her v S. Dayton Ave.; 'Flagler .. ..Jot. There was a reception afterward at the wIiiteEagle'at'Kojrorati.A <

home, Deeri Road, Bunnell. Beach. Cohostess is.Mrs. Edna. FLACLElE+R. ,...U AdHf .:' .... I { three-tiered: :wedding :cake.;decbrated; with't,y llov ;roses
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-Traditional refreshments Farnsworth. r' t and: topped with, "miniature bride :and groom.. -'centered ..the.
Were served to Nelda Shattles, County Agricultural Agent PTA BEN rn'*?.*+". ,i ,. bride's, .table covered with a, white, linen ,clotH. : .;' .:'. ',
Missy Robertson!, Cheryl Zel- Donald .Jordan will show a* ,- "Irtl J'
.ler, Edee Cowart, Patricia film. .,; PROGRAM MARCH ,i g:..:' PROCLAMATION .. .
Peavy.; Linda Sheffield, Sandy LANDSCAPING. TO '' '
Metts. The..Sweet. : .Burton Goodwin, Flagler'B will.appear'in;'their-< Nine.ties'costumes ; DISCUSSED : '
t'l Games were played during } Gay in our city have BE AT>n; < .
ach, was admitted to .J. March 8 at the gone on record as' being .In <\\ .
!the afternoon and prize winners
Hillls Miller Medical Center Flagler Beafch Elementary favor. of cleaning up and PALATKA. ;MEETING ':v I ,
were Edee Cowart and ;
at Gainesville Sunday where'he '
School ,
Cafetorium. The
thirty beautifying- Flagler Beach
Linda' Sheffield.. 'L;< .{ will undergo a physical. member organfzation'of' Day- and Mrs. Emi Thompson, Extension

VIsITS IN TAMPA che k.up. tons. Beach, women was formed Whereas: many of them are Home Economics Agent
11 years,age:,'and sing, four- now'working on these projects announces that the Putnam:
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[ Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. Edmonson HOME FROM VISIT part harmony In barbershopstyle. : tQ make our city a better County Extension Homemakers

spent the weekend in :,;Mrs. Cary Holland and son .. The chorus Is directedby place in which' to( live and Council Is sponsoring, a
Tampa visiting with Mr.' and David returned home Monday Austine O..Combs. Whereas: these things: will leader training meeting,.Tuesday -
Mrs. Claude Tanner- and fam afternoon from Hampton, Va.. improve the image of our March, 1969, in ;the Ra
ily. where they spent several days -,The musical program Is community, and vine Room of the Palatka 'Civic .

visiting. relatives. sponsored b&-vtne: PTA and Whereas, this In turn will* Center from I' 9:30: AM -' 12
Mrs. Dave Perryman has Mrs. Holland attended the proceeds front 1 the" benefit go bring more people and noon. .
returned to her home in Bun. wedding' of her sister, MissLaura to the PTA ''and" Scholarship to us and will result In money lower Flagler County club leadersare
nell from Ormond Beach Hospital Arnold.<< Fund. Ticket,:may be obtained taxes and in this way benefitall Invited to' attend.
where sh.e underwentfoot at Fruits .Jewelers and of .
surgery., "Mr.. and Mrs., Dennis c.. Lee, Metts Thrift',' ..ay:.in Bunnell us.Therefore: I, Herbert Fuller,. Alan Celoria Stetson University .
and sons have moved to Bun and FB Elementary<< School Of
Mayor' of Flagler Beach do weekend houseguest -
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fice. was a
Dr. and Mrs. Russell Blanc nell from Ormond Beach and v tr
hereby proclaim the month'from at the home of Mr and
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ton have as their houseguest, are living in a trailer home-at
March 15 1969 Mrs. .
to Jack ,
his daughter Miss, .Jenny the A. L. Maryes residence' Mr. and Mrs:The Fox of Co. 15, 1969 as "City April .Clegg. ,< \
Blanton of Gainesville.Mr. East Hwy. 100.ANTIQUES. pake Falls, N,Jf. were we'ek.end Month" and call Improvement r' I
all .
upon good
houseguests-nof. Mr. and citizens to "Pick Mrs. George Hall Deland,
and Mrs. .J. D. Maryes SHOWN Mrs. Tom olden at their Paint up, Clean up'and visited .In Bunnell 'Thursday
up" and in
and children. of Cocoa Beach. Mrs. Elizabeth Smythe, 'antique ", ,home in Bunnell.. assist in this worthy this under-way with Mrs. :.J, C. Hall, Sr. -
were weekend guests at the A. .
dealer,showed her'collection taking.
L. Maryes home in Bunnell. at the Temple of Israel In witness whereof, I have LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

Antique Show at Cocoa Beach -I-' herewith set my hand and Notice fa hereby*'jriven'that they
FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT last week. COME TO regular meetings of the Flakier
$U NELL TO caused the seal of the City of County. School Board'will'' be held
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Former residents Mr. and Mrs., Smythe attended the Flagler Beach to be affixed on the second Tuesday of each
Mrs. Chester F. Palmquist of Orlando' Button Show Tuesday SHQPDrop this 24th day of February, ler month County at 9:00 Courthouse A.'M. In! the City Flag-of.
Chicago, 111. visited In Bun- and Wednesday, where she 1969 Zlunnell. Florida. .
nell Tuesday with Mr. and displayed her rare button col. Your .Laundry Off Herbert / / James O Craig1
Fuller
Mrs---.r,. .John- -McIntosh.. lection. ". : Before; .Pick-up, Later Mayor Superintendent Feb of Schools 27, Itc
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20 Ibs Washer 35c .
Due to the fact that I am completing my ELECT -

out of' town schooling this week I'w1f'heilin! -> ,- MJS.AIv, I ..' .

able to contact each .one of. you,J? ,t'.i.w,I': la;' .; ': '" 14 Ibs Washer 25c A

appreciate your vote and support in the '. I!' 4 Responsible CityCommissioner
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MARCH 4tk':, ELECTION: .t' :-' =

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Billy.J., (,Joe. 1'4 ,Kelly tf' ,.... ? USMLh08l1iSE .

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5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. FEBRUARY 27. 1969. JOE N. KUENZI many years, retiring last year.
He was a member of the

MISS BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL AND HER COURT DIES THURSDAYIN National Flying Farmers; a

DAYTONA BEACH Mason; Shrine Club of Peoria,

Joseph N Kuenzl, 72, Fair- 111, and as a member of the

: bury, Ill., an annual winter Shrine Temple Marching
I visitor to this area, died February Band of Peoria for about 40:

h,". 2Oth", in, a Daytona years.. '

_______ Beach hospital following f a The'body was flown to theJ.
I heart attack. He suffered an p. Cook Funeral Home in

:} k jo u attack on February 2 and was Fairbury Friday for funeral

I 1 i carried to the hospital wherehe services and interment Mon-'

was recovering until he day afternoon. Woodward of

n suffered the fatal ,attack Holly Hill was in' charge of

Thursday morning.A the ,local arrangements.
n native of Fairbury, he Survivors include two sisters -

had resided In Bunnell from Miss Mary Kuenzie and

1922 to 1928 where he en- Mrs. Caroline Haas of Fair-'

gaged in the farming and bury; two brothers, John

hardware business He and Kuenzi of Fairbury, and Fred

his brother, John, were en- Kuenzl of Oregon. Also sur-

gaged In the dairy and farm viving' are several nieces and.

ing business in Fairbury for nephews.EXERCISE "I-


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FEBRUARY 28th
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Gilbert Krier to be instructor.. Any further information ,
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Miss Kathy Bourne, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Lee Bourne of Flagler Beach, was see Mrs. Nolte at City Hall or call Mr. i

crowned Miss Bunnell High School Saturday evening during the festive occasion, held In the Krier at 439-2379, Flagler Beach. .

Flagler Gymnasium. Miss Bourne: Is a senior. During the evening'she delighted the'aladlence witha

vocal solo.Miss'Carol.

Lynda Townsend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Townsend' Haw" Creek, was VOTE FOR i

chosen, :first runner-up for Miss' Bunnell High School. Miss Townsend Is a senior. .

Miss Colleen Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Raymon F. Tucker, Haw Creek, was.second CLIP SHEFFIELDFOR

runner-up In the contest sponsored by Tri-Hl-Y of Bunnell High !School. Miss Tucker Is a sen-

lor. She rendered a monologue reading. She was also selected'' "Miss Congeniality''.

Miss Jane Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin' Green, North Flagler. Beach, 'was third

runner up. Miss Green is
There were twenty-one contestants vying for the crown of Miss. Bunnell 'High School,Mrs. City Commissioner of

Norma,, Turner served as Mistress of Ceremonies for the beautiful and exciting event. Mrs. Mary
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Gurnee is Tri-HI"Y. sponsor. < Bunnell

Other entertainment included a dramatic reading by Helena Bryan and a baton' solo by,Miss
I WILL APPRECIATE
YOUR VOTE ON
S.tsle'eterson.! ''Fred Fruits and Marvin Clegg, pianists, accompanied the performers. MARCH 4th

Judges' were Mrs. Cora Buckles,.Bunnell; Mrs. Eve::, MpKeever, Flagler: Beach; ,Rar'Mercer, Bun- a .

nell; ,Jim ,Nicol; ,Flagler, Beach; and Harry Bengal.. Ormond Beach._ '; l; __ ,

''LEGAL AUVEUTlaUCMENT: mahd must be' In writing and nlng of this'' description; ,
must state the place or residenceand thence continuing South 71* : ':. .
IN CIRCUIT COURT ON'FLA4GLEIL post. office ,address of the, 03' as* West, along the said VOTE FOR AND ,ELECT '
COUNTY, F ORI- claimant and must,be sworn' to Northerly right* of way ... .
:; by the claimant his agent or his boundary 'a.' distance of 60.0feet .. .r
In Case No. 490-K attorney; or It will, become voidaccording ; thence Nprth li8r1g 66'
MAMI.E:. i* WELCOME to law. 67" West, along -
:, January '7th 1989IIMolly of-way boundary distanceof
Plaintiff I
f / Oraczwskl 120.0 feet thence North,
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sF. Tames H. Tucker 71 03' 03" East,- a distance J.E.Gene
BENJAMIN WELCOME Bowers
Defendant ; -.... ,*. Attorney P O. Box for 398 ExecutrljX. ; of 19- 60.0'67' 45 feet' Fast.: thence a distance,.South ( ) : T.
IVOTICB TO DEKE>> rn.
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of 120. point ofbegining
ytin TO .Bunnell. '" J: feet.jtpthe
rSTATE5 OP"FLORID, : ,,,.Fpi>- 27,March '.'' 3. 20. f. 'I
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:eE JAMIN 1FS WB1>COME r rt .
referred to, the ,
Bearings are .
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Residence Unknown APVBKTJISEMEMT True AlerldtanTkndH' parcelcontains ,
"'Tou are hereby notified that a.' 0.16 acres. .1 t 'lJ"Y :; -. .
suit ;Jhas,been filed against you IN CIRCUIT COURT, FLAGLER'COUNTY has been fil4d'.egainst.! you, and OR. "
In the above entitled cause: and FLORIDACIVIL you and each' or you ate'tequlred :{
you are hereby required ,to file ACTION No. B12:: E' to serve a copy of your writ- .. .. ..... .
your answer with the vderlc of MALCOLM, L. JOHNSON. ten defenses Ifq.ft- .. to,It>on-L.E2i 'f
this Court and to serve a copy Plaintiff LAND B.' 3HAW.i! Attorney for +" Bunnell Cfty Commissioner V
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thereof upon the plaintiff or vs.R. Plaintiff whose address<< Is P. O. : :
plaintiff's attorney, whose name F. OrfA IES JH, son of ROB- Box 296,""Bunnell. Florida. '32010
and address,, Is:' .- l.RT F. aiA&Ms and LIL.LIAMB and file the original with theClerk
RICHARD D. BERTONE OHAMES and 1LA DIANNE of the styled Courton "". '. :
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P..O.!Drawer AA OHAMES, wife of R.devlsees .V.OHAMES. or before lar'l 1969; otherwise : VOTE FOR PROGRESS .,tl'
: all heirs
n 'JR.
Holly Hill.,'Florida I" a Judgment max be entered -
not later than March 10. A. D., grantees creditors of LIL- against you for' the relief demanded .:0.1
LIAN B. OHAMES and all other )
In the Complaint
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under against
or Clerk Clrcult"Court. Flagler *
for M
entered against you
will be OHAMES. now deceased.Defendants. "
County Florida. i
demanded In the bill .
the relief ll
.Feb. ,
of.complaint. :_The nature of said __ NOTICE" OK SUIT --- -Mart..'3. 13. 20. 4tc..:..-. --- --,. -
cult oe.ng Iur TO: It:. F.' GHAME.S, jrt...and ILA
DIVORCEWITNESS DIANNE OHAMES his wife, -
))0. my hand and seal or and all parties claiming Interest d I If
said/ Gourt this 3rd day of Feb- by through, under,or' .' you want a High QualitY Home
A. D. 1969.GEORGE against LILLIAN B. OHAJU-
ruary ..
1\1. MOODY ES. now dead and all parties ..
Clerk of said Circuit having or claiming to 1i
Court have any right title or Interest -
'11.1'1:'.
(Official peal) In the property herein .OVIR
By Kathryn L. Emery described. 21.'MODiLS
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Deputy Clerk YOU are hereby notified thatan
Feb. 6. 13, 20. 27. 4te action has been instituted In
the above Court to foreclose a
LEGAL ADVERTISET1 -N'P mortgage on the following property I'
'In Flagler County Florida:
IN TIIK COUNTY .n)DGE'4! Being apart of Section 40( I .
'LAO- Township 10 South Range
11V AND FOR QUALITY.
roiIUT ,
COUNTY STATH OFF 31 East and more particularly CONSTRUCTION u r ifl
IRIl
described follows* .
LO RI IA. Beginning at ea Northeasterly r i t
OO3CZACHOROVVSKI::
IN I'UOKATK .
corner of the said l Section
ESTATE OFBRONISLAW 40, Township 10 South.Range ;"

,' 31 East. as a point of .
DEeEASED.NOTICE '
reference and running;
cnRDITOlt'lAtt -
TO K tate of thence South 1967' 45"" l
creditors of the IMMEDIATE
the Easterly line .
CZACHOUOWSK .LtiLtyyjtt'i
BRONI8LAW : t Jiea CONSTRUCTION
notified ana said Section 40, a dis-
deceased, are hereby or demands tAn A of 2322.44 feet to the
required to file any claims Northerly the '
which they may have ::i rlwt.
foot. of.Malacornpra .
10O
against the said Estate In the office right-of-wad' '
Fla j ; woo I -
,
ler CountyCFlorlda:In the Courthouse South 71 OS' 03'Vest..' !
Florida, withIn along the Northerly :
at Bunnell- of ONE STOP
six calendar months from the Road boundary, a distance Malacompra.of 785.48 '. : SIMVICIorncts
of
date of the first publication to the point of begin- .
feet
-this notice. Each claim or de- .- II =-r:rWltll



Bunnell City Commissioner 12 SHORT.YIAU all the talk of Inflation and rising costs, you may not fhlnk! it's possible to build
For TO rAY a low priced high quality home. But It Isat Jim Walter Homes.Try us and find out

for yourself. _

YOUR BALLOT ON MARCH 4 BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY ) INSTANT lOON MORTGAGE MONEY :,

MARK ,- Jim Walter Homes finances what they build,.so you can count on Instant mortgage
,'. ', .,-. \)., arrangements. No days'of watting while a third party decides. But mortgage financingof
FpR. IN rnrrOUOWINO a good home is not all that Jim Walter offers you..He'll help you cut your costs and ,
LOCATIONS, thereby keep your monthly payments low by making it possible for you to do some ;

,Ocala Flo. 32670 of your own Interior finishiiKr. You decide how much.The more you do, the more you i
3001 South Pine save. Even the material>bq'"jieed lor.Insida fmfsfifng-can be supplied and financed '
Zeller
Ed with your new home.
St. .
'P.r O.'Bo*. 954 When you.thlnAt of building a new home on your property .
) \ l fJ! ..thlnolJim\ Walter Hornet to do it. _
Phone 622-8118 .
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FLAGLER COUNTY
-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. FEBRUARY 27. 1969
CHURCH DIRECTORY


CHURCH I .
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RE-ELECT II' CHURCHES
NEWS'' CATHOLIC.. '
.. The Rev. Father Anthony

KEENE GURNEE Leon Pastor"
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WORLD DAY OF SermonRev. St. Marys Church Korona
Weekly Sunday Mass.-....... 7:3O: a. m.
CommissionerFlaglerBeach PRAYER PROGRAM: Monday,
Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor Weekday Masses:
Wednesday and Friday, 8:30:
FRIDAY. MARCH 7 Bunnell First United '
March 4 a. m.
Methodist ChurchRESPONSIBILITY
World. Day of Prayer will be -
. observed at the Flagler Beach OF GOD Blessed Sacrament Chapel
iDd Sew
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Dedicated a e ce United Methodist Church Friday Flagler Beach

March 7 at 10:00: a. m. Many people feel little com- Sunday Mass ............9:00 a. m.
Topic of the program Is munity responsibility. Only a Weekday Masses Tuesday,
"Growing Together In Christ". few In each community really Thursday and Saturday at

Other churches participating carry the load of church and 11:00 a. m.Catechism .
Bun civic work. The majority takea Classes. 3:00: p. m.
In the are
nell United program Methodist Bun passive attitude toward Involvement Tuesday.St. .
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BINGO 8:00: P. M nell Baptist St. Thomas Epis except within a -
copal Flagler Beach Baptist close circle of family and,, Stephens, Bunnell
Community Memorial and all friends. A non-Christion may Sunday Mass.10:30: a. m.
TONIGHT (Thursday) Catholic Churches. rationalize a Justification for Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
Everyone is Invited this type of attitude, but a Tuesday.
FREE REFRESHMENTS Christian Is under a moral responsibility Confessions before all masses.

FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALt to his God and Weekday Devotion: Novena
METHODIST fellowman. to Our Lady Wednesday and
-SPONSORED BY- John Doanne expressed theChristian's Saturday after Mass.

Disabled American VeteransJim DISTRICT SUPT. response in his
TO FILL PULPITDr. words "for I am Involved in Community Memorial
Booe Chapter No. 86 mankind." God has turned Church
J. Mllburn McLeod Sup- the' world over to man. In His Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
NO MINORS ALLOWED erintendent of Deland Dls- wisdom He knows there are Reverend R. W. Dicker. Pastor

trist United' Methodist Church latent qualities in every man Sunday School ....................9:45
will preach Sunday, March 2 which can bring God's love to Worship Service ................11:00:
at BunnelL United Methodist Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof
Chun' h. James Townsend, all.The world was not given each month at 2 p. m.
Bunnell, will lead the worship over to the angels or some
Flagler County Insurance services.*.The sermon topic will supernatural' spiritual force, First Baptist ChurchRev.
be "The Church. For You Doth but to man. Christians there Charles Anders. Pastol'Moody
Walt". fore have no choice as to Involvement -
Boulevard Bunnell
'The Rev. Oliver Tay- with the world.
Agency Inc. pastor Sunday SChool..9:45: a. m.
lor, will be in,,Hernando Coun- "For it was not angels that Worship Service..J.l:00 a. m.
ty to deliver a Homecomingsermon God subjected (the world to
Evening Worship......6:30: p. m.
All Forms of Insurance at Lake Lindsey United come. ." Hebrews 2:5.:
Adult Choir Rehearsal........7:30
Methodist.Church.. Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 .
WALTER CREAL LEADS Monday
I' Bunnell, Florida 32010 More than-35" varieties or YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd
fresh waiter ,Ash are to: be. MISSION STUDY Monday
LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSLTi ; found In' the crystal clear Walter Creal, deacon, led* Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p. m.
waters of Florida's Silver
Wednesday
the study of Hawaii Tuesday
t Springs. evening as a part of the state Junior Choir: 3:30: p. m.
1 mission program .
i Baptist Church of Bunnell.
His- subject was "Aloha United Methodist

-idie Land". A supper was enjoyed Lambert Avenue Bunnell
with featured oriental dishes Rev. Oliver Taylor, Pastor

; ',\ '!'., .. "..:, '., ft ie ; being served.: Sunday SChool..9:45: a. m.
.. '
i :
\ ...J.i't't; ;: ::1.f1\J1//. .: .. Worship Service..._.11:00 a. m.
,,' _.. -, .. Youth. Choir_Rehearsal:, 6:45
: '
....._ .-' '.- .= I-h:-.. : .tI u ... .'. YOUTH RETREAT ;' :.: pj: m. Wednesday

: :" : ..' .r.rf .- ;tr PLANNED FOR BAPTISTS Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal:
Electric 1 .
"
.' p t.' .'.: 2nd and, 4th Thursday at 3
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The First Baptist Church of 3 p. m. '-
: Bunnell plans a three day re. MYF.; 2nd and 4th Sundays
treat for the youth on March 6:30 m.
J irrigation yields more p.
1 7 to 9th. Three students from WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
Stetson University will be 9
a. m.
1 present 'to preach, lead the Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
singing and recreation. _
per 8 m.
j p.
Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes
t ;
I '. day at 7:15: p. m.

;'- !. '.i1 ," acre 1 1 CATHOLIC CHURCHES Flagler Beach United

: LENTEN SERVICES Methodist Church

Reverend Reynold N. Hoover
0 Stations Of The Cross: Daytona Are.. Flagler Beach
Each Wednesday and Friday .
Church SChool..9:45: a. m.
during Lent IncludingAsh Morning Worshlp....ll:00: a. m.

Wednesday, 4:00: p. m. at MYF. ..._...._.._......_...6:30: p. m.
St. Stephens Church. Wednesday Wornens Society Christian
at 7:30: p. m. at St. Mary's Service: 2nd Thursday of each
Church, Korona. Following the
.7 G 9t. month at 9:30 a. m.
Stations ..
there will be Bene

Methodist Men: Dinner-meet
jj diction of the Blessed Sacra ing at 6 p. m. 2nd Monday of

'T _! ment. each month.
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t; .J. SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN PENTECOSTAL, .
(
HOLINESS CHURCH
? SCIENCE CHURCHES BunnelL Off Frong St.

'. SUNDAY. MARCH 2 A. c. RusselL Pastor
Sunday School........10:00 a. m.
"Christ Jesus" is the subject Worship Service......11:00 a. m.
of the Bible Leson-Sermon Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
: ?? ;'
... : 'Jf to be heard at Christian Worship Serv....Sun. 7:30 p. m.
.. Science churches ithls Sunday.The .
Golden Text Is from Ephesians St. Thomas Episcopal

An electric-pumped irrigation system is a profit-making production ;-. ) strangers'and.: "Ye .are foreigners no ,more but The Rev. Thomas Mably "

: ( .U'j: fellow citizens with the saints Priest In Charge
tool on farms, dairies, citrus groves and cattfe r nr-hes'ilrs: i '3 miles east of Bunnell on
and of the household of God;
right as rain but much more dependable. E! and are built upon the foundation Highway 100
of the apostles and Morning Worship....10:00: a. m.
Sprinkler irrigation when and where needed, conserves water. .- prophets, Jesus Christ himself Church School..10:00: a. m.

Night operation cuts down evaporation. Seepage losses in sandy' being Correlated the chief passages corner stone.' from" Holy Communion each month first Sundayof

soil can be minimized. / the denominational textbook
Science ,and ,Health with Keyto First Baptist ChurchN.
Electric motors give years of carefree service. Easily controlled the Scriptures by Mary Central: Ave Flagler Beach

by time-clocks float-switches; to make irrigation automatic. Baker Eddy, will Include the Rev. Max HalL Pastor
following: "Christianity''' as Sunday School..._....3:45 a. m.
and economical. ,T :... Jesus taught It was not a Worship Servlce..J.l:00: a. m.
creed, nor a system of Prayer Meeting,Wed. 730
cere- m.
p.
:
y t. For helpful information,sec your equipment dealer or contcct us... 4FLORIDAPOWER ,' ': :F. monies, nor a special gift Community Hymn Sing first

(..,. ... from a ritualistic Jehovah; Sunday_of each month 7 p. m.
I f but it was the demonstrationof
;
t.1'!
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l divine Love casting out error .
: : & LIGHTI I COMPAN'Y_ ; :-. and healing the sick not
.-- HELPING BUILD JL.rq.. merely In the name of Christ, RENEW YOURDOVER'S .
FLORIDA
or Truth, but In
: l' demonstrationof LICENSE ,.
Truth, as must be the case DURING YOUR '"
In the cycles of divine light"A11
t BIRTH MONTH
are welcome to attend.



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7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.., FEBRUARY 27. 1969 SELECT QUALIFIED Avoid the advisor who
--- --- "guarantees 'refunds wants'

MRS. TURNER RECEIVES GIFT FROM TEACHERS REPUTABLE a percentage of the refund
UASSIFIEDADVERTISING ADVISORS or supposedly knows all the
-
angles; and
La Florida taxpayers seeking Be,on your: guard.if it is sug- .
professional help in filling f l,. gested that your refund check
i their 1968 Federal income tax btU, d to the practitioner's
returns should select only address.Mr. .
qualified and reputable ad- O'Donnell said a professional
visors. advisor should sign the..
TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY-
.z tax returns that he prepareson
delegatethe
Taxpayers may
Let us help beautify Flaglei vt
the line provided and you'should
work of preparing a return -
County. Large of
variety ever-
record his name andaddress
but they are responsible -
greens, palms, hedge plants '
for future reference.
for all entries and support-
5% miles S of Bunnell or;
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tf< Ing documents, and for the
full payment of additionaltax UNCLAIMED

SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain; penalties, and interest, CLOTHINGAT
fields Installed: Rota-Rotei district director of Internal .
snail shell. Reasonable prices Revenue A. J. O'Donnell Jr., HOSPITAL ..
., .f Numerous articles of unclaimed i
b
Call George Jarosz 437-34K f a. said today. '
8-1-tl! clothing are piling'up
While most tax practitioners -
Sit Bunnell General Hospital, a.
SINGER zig zag-1968 model i- ., ; are competent and honest, hospital spokesman said to-
used less than three months ___ :Mr. O'Donnell alerted taxpayers '
Guaranteed. Makes button _.. t1 to these 'potential danger day.The clothing was left at the-'
holes blind stitches and nmmn signals: hospital by patients and visitors -
Photo by Thep C. Heln who
Beware of the "expert"
fancy stitches without attach : and has not been claim:
Mrs. Norma Turner is shown receiving silver be around to answer '
ment. Pay balance: of $43.00 right, a tray will not ed. .
or 6 payments at $8.00 a from Mrs. Emma Murray who presented the gift In behalf of the questions'after the return has ---
month. For more information, teachers. Mrs. Turner has served as School Lunch manager' at been prepared and filed; Seminole Indians believe''
without, obligation, call De- Bunnell High School for more than twenty years. She recently Never sign a blank return medicinal herbs must be
land 734.001? between 9:00 to resigned to move to Nevada. :Mrs. Turner taught In the ele and leave it with a stranger; picked from the north and
5:00. After 5:00 7342195. TFC mentary school during World War II. Mrs. Murray' made the presentation Do not sign a tax return east sides of a bush, accord-
at Bunnell PTA meeting Thursday evening.PTA prepared in.pencil, since the Ing to Homosassa Springs' .
FOR SALE-One 2-bed room return can be changed later; Naturalist John Hamlet.
house, nice, $5500. One 4-bed- -
GIFT PRESENTED TO MRS. TURNER -- - -
room, 2 baths, % block from __._...._ .n_. '
ocean; 100 ft. lot,'$8500. Call VOTE FOR rr" ,
439-2317.. Feb. 6, TFC }
.P '
FOR SALE: GOOD USED "
TYPEWRITER, $35.00. ALSO EARL E. RICE .
55 GALLON LINED DRUMS \" .
AND DRUM 'STANDS. CALL ,
I
,
4392100. Feb. 20, 27, 2tc. : ': : '
4eLii : FOR
......_". :
FOR SALE-4 lots 1 Block !" !: ;' '.-'

from ocean on North' Central ... ,. :"Bunnell City ,Commissioner t.
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Ave. Call Caldwell Realty, -Hi ir J
4382100. Feb. 20, 4tc.: .', : YOUR CONSIDERATION WILL BE ;'1 1t. .

Some one to live in and care APPRECIATED .
for elderly lady. Tel. 4373303. ... 0:.. '
,
Feb. 20,'2tc. '

FOR SALE: ., ., _9n ;
2 corner lots on S. Central fsr Elect
Ave., facing ocean; both for
$4,200.Qall Margaret GLvens,

Registered. Broker, 439.2035.. ..
Feb. 27,-J.tc Photo by' Theo C. Hetn' ELFIE GOODWIN

WANTED:'Respectable womanto Mrs. Norma Turner, right, receives a gift of an engravedpin '
live In with elderly coupleV from Mrs. Laura McDaniel, president of Bunnell PTA. Mrs.
Light housoworli-and.cooking.' Turner is a former*prestdentof Bunnell PTA. Mrs. McDaniel Flagler Beach City- **
Salary. 'Call '437-366O: or 437- renderedthe
r:1':* thanked. Mrs. Turner for; the untiring services she has
3632.. and teachers as well as the children during the '
,, parents
,2tc Feb 27,i Mar.>6 Commissioner
years she served as school 'lunch manager. Mrs. Turner plans

CLIP 17X23 THIS in.:, vinyl-inlaid AD AND SAVE fatigue 40c to leave in early March 'to reside in Nevada.' t' at.... "THE ONE WHO' CAN.- GET. '''THINGS DONE" :'

sponge rubber, : rugregular$1.19with .
this ad, 79c.
Jerry's Furniture, Old Dixie '
KEEP LEVEL-HEADED
Hwy. 2 mi. S. Korona. Phone
4373752.,: Itc Feb. 27

WANTED "TO BUY FROM PROGRESSIVE THINKING: .
OWNER 2 bedroom home after you see ;

with and 'price.''privacy.Write State P.O. Box location 38- IN CITY GOVERNMENT{ o a. '1 your doctor. 1 '._i it
8 o ib t
Bunnell Fla. 1 .
2tc Feb.. 27 -Mar.6, : bring yourprescription I
RE-ELECT x1X t,
FOR SALE: One-bedroomsuite to
Inclpdes springs and .
mattress; Hideabed, and a few
other items. Room 206 Flag- .
Hotel. Phone 439- .A'lf
ler Beach
2515. Itp Feb. 27 Uq )

SERVICE STATION HELP Howard F. LerchFlagler Profesitonal Bldg:,- ;

WANTED: Dependable man ,: ,
needed at Shell station at 1-95 J i iV

& US 1 'St. Augustine. Fringe
benefits., Could be .a semi-
retired man. Call 8299123.ZIGZAG .

FOR $43

teed.SEWING Does MACHINE.everything Guaran-, makes Beach City Commission C 50'/ ON TIMECERTIFICATES

buttonholes, sews on buttons,
Zlg-Zags, makes designs etc. '
Pay balance $43 at $8 per MARCH 4th, 1969 VOLUSIA MINIMUM'$3.000-90 DAYS
month. Phone COLLECT Day- trOUNTV RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLYPh.
Will deliver -
tona Beach: 2523901.

no obligation.
BANK
4 to, Feb.' 27Mar. 20 BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada
Beach FloridaCRAIG
BTERO Orxnond *
Like CONSOLE new.. Auto.MODEL record changer. 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

Multi-speed. Balance of BUNNELL, FLORIDA 1111111I11 filII II III n 1111I111111I11I11I1111111II1111111111111111111111111111111 111!I1I1 i III H 1111111 II R 11111111111111111 n It;
$8 per month
$68'or 'assume
payments. Phone COLLECT FREE ESTIMATES
"
Daytona Beach: 252.3901.Will Ask deliver BAR FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS

for Credit obligation.Manager.. A-l Music BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS FUNERAL HOMEA.
no
Center, 519 Volusla Ave., LAUNDRY AND. DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

Daytona Beach. 27.March 20 Office ,Credenzas and ,Adjustable Shelving H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Feb
4tc
BATHROOM BRKAKFAST'BARS: JOHN CAPO Manager

Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts
Results FINE HARDWOODS AIR I LADY I OXYGEN
For Fast CONDITIONED I. I EQUIPPED
READ and USEEGULARLY Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now- Servingall CHAPEL, I ATTENDANT !| t '!AMBULANcEs; t,
areas In 75 mile rad..of Bunnell.

CALL COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 437-3928 Phone ID 7-3532 .

EVENING PI.ANNING'ARRANGED 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA

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8-THE FU&GLJBR TRIBUNE THUHS- FEBRUARY 27. 1969 Dist. BasketballToyrnamenlL The tournament continuesthis
afternoon with Florida '
Military Academy playing
COOK RISES TO THE OCCASION S .I, :' and : Southwestern at 3 SPOR'1
,, 'I'. 10. !I ...' r rML'At
: | 4:30: .Palatka Central '
.
In I Bunnell rnd Oviedo will meet. : : ;

Sanford JFrwrtl / r d rnv
M Nine District Class B bas '
ketball yearns- meet in Flag-: will talo:: on:' Father Lopez at .'. pame'taking: :' .ebounds durihg -

ler GymriasfjUm in Bupnell 7 PM., Of particular interest ,, the game. Larry Johnson I .
thtejweek::to test?;: their; l, skillson '?to local fans Bunnell will scored 23 points, David Farmer -
!the court. The winner will meet their' old rival.. Crescent 18 points and Cook had 17

represent District 8 schools at (City: at 8 ,PM,,, ,i>. points.Coach.
the Stat Basket! 11 Tourna-. I Playoffs will continue at 7 Jack Ilardin said he
ment. PM and 8:30 PM Friday and believed the ''team was readyfor

The nine teams participatIng the championship game will the District Tournament.The .
lost to
In Bunnell are: DeLand be played at 8 PM Saturday. Bunnell Jayvees
} 5c Southwestern' Florida Mill-; Coach Jack Hardin said the Clay Jayvees by 70 to 38 score.

tary Bunnell Crescent City Bunnell Bulldogs are anxious .
;to ta ke.. on,, the strongest of LOSES
District'3 competition. However BUNNELL

Coach Hardln noted that TO BALDWIN
the impressive records set by
'
t tr DeLand Southwestern and Bunnell Bulldog pagers losta
+ Father Lopez cannot be dis heartbreaker to .Baldwin'
counted. Friday night by a 63 (to'' 64

score. After leading the game
There is
surely some good
most of the last three
during
basketball in store for cage
Bunnell lost the lead
a fans this weekend. Go to quarters.
.
last three minutes.
during the
Flagler Gymnasium and see
led the first
for yourself. Baldwin quar-
ter 18 to 16. Bunnell led at
halftime. by 38 to 35 and held
Photo by Theo'C. He In Palatka Central Oviedo San
ford Naval Academy Inter- BUNNELL 82. the third quarter lead by a
John Cook center for Bunnell is shown' Jumping for the lachen and Father Lopez. 57 ''to 55' score:

tip-off in a fast moving game against Father'Lopez_ of Daytona The tournament opened CLAY 67 Joe Burnham scored 21
Tuesday night with
chance to .
Beach. Cook and the Bunnell Bulldogs may get a
Wilson each
between. Interlachen, and ed one of the 'best games of and Frank scored
test their skill against Father Lopez this weekend as both Father Lopez.- The Lopez the season Tuesday night 16 .

teams are participating in the District Tournament being held: Greenwaves tool(" an easy victory when they trounced Clay High Baldwin who is the St.

In Bunnell this Tuesday. Thursday Friday and Saturday. over rfiterlachen: with a School by a score of 82 to 67. :Johns conference winner, has
95 to 42 score;. : ". John Cook played a good lost only one game this year.Bunnell .
ana Callahan' are uectfor
second place in the'confer

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.:}: .:\..-.::, ,7 o.

. f ....w..., t4. :" Tinted Glass, *Rlm-BlowSteering Wheel -:. z..i.L+
: {: I" .", .:... ;
S 1H :=' .", .
; Air Conditioning : -
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: ; : Vinyl Seat Trim '" :

I ,.. FISHING 'LINE I
/

t : \ .By Al Zamba. .,
tf,' -i---:: : '0

1 I I .Week. Ending Feb. 21..;1969.
.
1 ; .. .S.. S
.,. "':.,4 1' .' .', .'lagler Beach,piey; .... :

.::;.: '1.'! !.....!; : ':" We checked inat-h'e; :: PIer

.. house with Clint MoSleJand:
.. \ : : : > : : : the' wopf-, ."was still 'the ,
.' only a few whiting'being
jr.. ]1! Wheel Covers : .: I, '''). "J:" taken. This will be.the fourth
\ 'y '
} : ) week that _.the ; fishing( :,.,hasbeech.
r : ; :
.. .,- t! t. 1(. ,,1. '1ii. at a "stand.,sttll.1*t!! 'i *':':.*;.-r
'. ;: !' .t '
.I .1) S
;i \; > j' .
,
i' Whitewalls ''j'. 1: I,': "' Water.Ways \
i .' 'I' ; ..... 351 or 390 V-8 r.: :,f;' : ; n MM: *
; ,
i1 : There. have been some good
; :' :. S : catches of blues taken in the
t. ; : ". ),
/f.i.:: ,
"
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,
'.-i.'' ..' S .' .' .'.t. .' "", canal. Charley Ward Flagler
:! ; ;
i : .;;; : : :Iq ..J.: : Beach has been fishing the
:r : Lehigh Cute and having good
I luck.' Ho had over 12 blues to
.. .. ,. ,
.
\ t" .1' .' '. '' his credit: Charley 'was using
: < -. : the white bucktail Jig;' .also
: J.- ..
; ''
'
the Mlrrolure MGO !
..' .... ".' ,. .. .. ,21.
I } I;' ; .. .. .- ... .t" eta( >
I' 't. itI'J.. .... .' .. . \ ., ,. -. Devil's Elbow Fish Camp

I ,... ,. -.., f1r.iiillJ.!. .... Fishing being
"'f as bad as
.f .
_. ..:: '*' : :;t." Is, Truman closed his" camp
for the week and
taking a
'' 'N GALAXIE :
.1 ( -4 69 FORD well earned: rest
:. .. t' .,.. 500 Hardtop*-with .c, '. .,,/' ,

Pop-Option extras listed J M( Jack Genung's Fish. Camp:
e M.", above now at reduced ,:, '' '

ortJ.: ...,' (.. ":;. .,,;......"..- ; prices. .";...:.. .It j comment Jack wasn't but his available wife Mary for
"'''T J ,
l': ..>. :. $ ..,:. ,> Jane, did say that,there hasn't'
: ;
., I," .'. been. any thing biting in the

:- ;'; ... canal.
:
; ; _
.. t.2 } I ..,..,,. .... : -.. ........ ,. ''';.\\I' '' .';;'..-... .- I\\:;" Blag's Fishing Resort
.: < ..... .. '.1"" ....;:., ,': l- the as as
don't have muchto
.camps
'

T f car ,Special package deal prices <' :)r r'r : few report drum on being fishing...taken With. and a

., .. this is about all.
<.'. ,'; .......A4\\ : l J
'
:,
I, .. : include. most popularoptions. .. ;.,..' Two easily indentiflable
<0 characteristics
I '". "' .' distinguish 'the
-{ ,
\ ft: ; I .. nurse shark from other sharksat
(t: ':k' f .>' < J \. I. Marineland of Florida.
r / f< *: I' t ." 1. '69 Mustang Hardtops! C fzlfcna! : : : 'C3 Falcon% Sedans! ..>u J' .'',: .. The mouth of the nurse sharkis

'r : Extras include !Hood air,scoop Extras' include ..Yittardopsl-covered Extras include Two-tone paint located at the end of the
.if. Dual racing Wheel covers Wheel. I a
Special E18 whitewalls Dual roof ;I. mirror lip. instead of
I' underneathas
J. f .' stripe .Deluxe' moldi gs..Accents..tri *. Full ]lead :
mirrors 'Accent .stripe.Accent
1.. ; : racing .* ; ': ., in sharks '
most : and a barber
.. ';' ): ; '! Wheel.covers covers... Wlutewalfsff! '( .Ful! carpeting ..
.
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'!>t': ; li. f.y.; ? J : I .1. .11. ,. "fleshy{ whisker, hangs
;, ... I. '.. .,,&_' ,\ t' ..:.r.' "'_.:.'\.:..-!_'." f', ': f C1L; i .' 'f .. .L .14,. "f. 'fJ I from g either..slde* of Its' head.

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BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANt/lnpJ'' Bunnell Florida .;< '": tlonai Ve-hce{ "*Sh6wf; ""Wheel

."t" ,; In': ",,1l1'be thetr1. *IA\>,Jackson
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'3 The place you've got to go to see 'what's going on ,- will truck trailers be campers.I on motorhomes travel. trailers?: tent and



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