The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00477
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.t MARCH 6, 1969 $3.50 A YEAR
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.. Road Requests, Embry
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Made AtSRDMeeting : -r-. Officials.-Attend Prayer Slated
: w r r

i I Board MeetingThe Friday A. M. '

:r--" Commissioner George Wick- ; vice president of Embry World Day of Prayerwill
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line represented Flagler County .- y + Riddle Aeronautical Institute be observed at a special pro

Commissioners at the State of Daytona Beach attended the gram Friday morning beginning
Road Department Hearing in Board meeting Monday' to offer at 10:00 at the Flagler
r.d0 hY
t'MM. .1rh
DeLand Tuesday afternoon.He 1-cxywau, their services to the Boardas Beach United Methodist
presented the Flagler road the Board makes plans for Church. The program Is opento
requests' as aproved by the leasing the'airport. the public and all are wel

Board on.,Monday. The Board pf County Com come. This year's theme Is
Secondary''road requests missioners have two proposals "Growing Together In. Christ".
were: asjfftflfowsi: u for use of portions of the air- Members of nine churches in

'1. ..Pave &ie &hall portion of port for aeronautical purposes. Flagler County will. partici
South Kings ltoa>d. The county One-company'has submitted a pate In the service. The mes
line goes'5. '.down the center of proposal which the Board sage will be given by the Rev.

the road for a short distance.. must act upon this month.. Reynold Hoover, pastor of
The expense would be shared 'Riddle been Flagler Beach United. Metho
has us.
with Embry dist Church. Assisting will be
yolusia County.
ing the and _taxi!
2. 'Pave''three entrances Into runways Mrs., Wm. Fryman, Mrs. Wm.
of the local for.
strips airport Givens. Mrs., Alex Zysk and
the' airport. These were ap '
several years; but; when con
Mrs. Gilbert Krier.
proved"bst'year' ,'but rlght-of
tacted in prior years, they had
way. was not available. not' been Interested In 3. Pave two miles of Dui proposition which would base Prayer ecumenical the first
= begin*,
pont--Haw CreekRoad, o .... any part of their operations Friday In March has been established
nlnig at..the west end of the -- ....':-o:" .'-
ipjr, S here and bring revenue to the as the official ob
road. It is anticipated that ,2 Photq ., *;tfj. .Donovan: .
{ Board for using the airport. servance date because Lent
miles would be requested: each This frame dwelling on. East Moody Blvct( Jn, hu'ru' +ell Is. being x The Board advised Embry comes at a different time for

Y 9 r12estrface;; demolished." .The:home wa. \'built. about iar&'by'tlie: Bunnill "Riddle' that ,they would have om-orthodox communions.::
:: John AndersonHlghiVayy Development .Co., and was purchased :in 1915-Mr., .find 'Mrs; ,
-0' '" ; : until the 10th, of this month .. .
I ..5 .'vConstruet: \ eight( bridges C. A. Smith. Mr., and Mrs. Tom .vHoldert acquired1. property.tyin ,.' to submit;.a' proposal to the For-.International the first- time'aezvlcehas'been this year,
::" i '1928 and recently sold the site.to BunneUiFinjfc( .Baptist t. Church-:: Board :if they' so desired. The an
on 'secondary'roads: \i-\\.' fhe evolved instead of the
'' .Board also assured Embry

county--6.';have' "I* 'miles.'of, streets DISTRICT FORESTRY: .OPEN $: "': '\;' ;1 i Riddle that, the airport: lease traditional. American. plannedone.

in .BunneU: >:nd'Fla;f r.:.$each.. 't &* '. +.txHEADQUARTERS include being Tconsidered the nJ"w.ya."d..tplr,8trfps. would. not f'l\'fI. : i

1.Primary'road Widen''bridge requests on Highway were; : IN BUNNELL.The ;_ .. Y a: : ., _'.Howler, : n':4lrportmanager f unc DISTRICT: MEET- .. '
., ... _
100.' ''at Water' Oak. !"'District' Forestry' Head P..F:,; <' ) .. ,.t';! .to -miirlH-the Board appointed ,ifo'L BE HE .DIK-{: : ':': .
represent lmuptervising <
2.: yWlden and resurface : ; :' ,.. -
Butmell .
quartersopened'd- : In -'Ief' '.
Mayor I : the use of- the;airport Mn ; !
Higlrfr y100:: ,from' .Bunnell, toFlagIer.Beabh. this'week'with-Dlstrlct; \ Forester ''( .. r ;.. .': .tnrKEU.. il. ,' _I. I
facilitie& ? 3.l "
: T f :George// Williams:.fncharge::- Reelectrt : AtI : ,, y ir
;; :
'3,."Widen 'Hleh"'ay..l1. rom of the' % '' ,. ,. .,. .. ..1 : ;.... .. Ali>ttkr.imgit.Yoluslafrouq: : -! ./ ,'I11e'annual meeting of r District .
,Bunnell Vest tqf Volusi .CQtin '+':;' 'Tire/ newly; 'organlzecLdistrIc ;: 'f' '- ..r'F :, ,. .... aY,Commissioner*, was; read Noi 2 Florida' Division .
line I"* VJo.y'.1 :-! -. *-., a.....It ...... nskingtheThglee.Bord. : .what, ,United Daughters : the Con. '
ty ; is ..- : I
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..._..".,. *.;?. .% .>-_ .. ,. _____ J.IE' ''.sU -'atwrf! st1-Joli'na: "Cotmtftis.fleeJr ( ; ..oj, < c itfiilieatli' rbd -t.t. :" J1 Ll! +e th .II =filet.. ..r. .fedesaCY wW, "W'Frld.say'l; w ";;
.,+ ,(.; '!--lf. Th'e 'heaiki tl 1ttEe'ts "'' lnLttidestl';' '" .. ing.-f: ld.-Db6I 1tCg1way,{ :. Mavhw7'in-Bunne 11,s. : :%'o."
II'. .R I' "' ," "J:. .. mait ;;.ranger' corf- If! :' In -A"''dty""cWftttort"at:' Flagler t Slnc .A.WNtn1n' "' Howard ., .' Peted by SRD,, Chepterod.Bunnell'Will; -be thie i-t
; trol tommwitcations'gsllvelk" -"Commissioner wiasr .co
; Reach.
C'ary'ripuanci:' : as of, lce'he d larters. The qf Lerch was reelectedito his post. severaears\ ago.it;was. :decdd-; :,,, hostess, vtftfcMnii: :G::TjbW"

flee is located "in> a' five roomy with 192 vetted; ed ,ftocontact the Volusia land Jr., president of the.f
: BunnellEarl suite In the Alfred 'rTucR, Fuller was top vote getter Board< to ,determine if they chapter. ,.chairman,, 1Q.(.- Xthfe.1' _

Rice and .Gary Holland Building. on Hardy'Street. with'203 votes, and.. his .opponent +, might be referring' to another- luncheon-meeting. ,.r

were:; ,effected totwxryear terms: George Williams. DiStrict ,.- C. O>M s tejr.polled 191 road. Division Officers .attending; ."
orijthe: Bunnell .City,Commission' ;: Forester has recently'-returned .' votes. Authorization was given to will be''Mrs. .. Thomas Lester,'
'.by Bunnell voters Tues to Florida. Forestry Service Lerch led the seven candidates the City of Bunnell and City President; Mrs.: H. O. 'Part." .'
day.Rice received' 146 votes after 24 years service ,with for thethree. ''commission of Flagler Beach to use coun- ridge. Secretary. Mrs. Eliza
and .97 votes.. were cast for Turpentine and Rosin Factorsas ''seats. The other two win- ty voting'machines in the city beth M. Fulton 3rd Vice Pres.
Holland. Vice President and Union ners were Mrs.. Elfle Goodwin, .. elections. It' was stipulatedthat ident; Mrs. Grady W. Jones
Only two of the three commission Camp Company Managerof 171 votes and' C. W. Barnes Roger Edwards be employed .- Chaplain; Mrs: George E.

seats.,were decided. In Naval Stores Division (Gum 166 votes. Other candidates to install and service Behlen, Parliamentarian; and
the election since two of theseven Turpentine). were Mrs. Marge Givens 163 the machines.A Mrs. Howard A. Relnick. Dls-
candidates each received Williams was with Florida votes; Floyd Hurl, 162 votes; letter from the State was trist Director; all of Jacksonville !r
the same number of votes. Forest Service from 1938 to incumbent Keene Gurnee, 155 read which showed the! gal- ; Mrs. Frank Woodard 1st
Shelton Brooks and Ed Zeller 1948. He is a gradnuate ''of votes;' and William .Richter, lonages of gasoline reportedby vice president, Bartow; Mrs.
each received 94 votes for the School of Forestry, Universityof 75 votes. the various companies in David B. Lancaster 2nd vice
third seat on the commission. Florida. The Williams are Holdover-commissioners .are Flagler County. There had president; Winter Park and
City official stated they expectto building a home on Lambert Max Porte and Rufus Miller.. been some speculation that Mrs. Albert H. Miller, treasurer >

stage a runoff election) in Avenue, Flagler Beach. some of the companies were Gainesville. I. .
two weeks, ,to. determine Mrs.,, Nancy Rodgers, former HOMER BENTLEY not giving Flagler County
which of them will flU the un- Bunnell City Clerk, has been credit for all gasoline sold in "

expired term of Martin Mc. appointed office secretary.Jim NAMED 'HOSPITALADMINISTRATOR. this county. FLAGLER :BEACH
Daniel whose resignation becomes Marquis, district ranger Distribution of gasoline I
effective April 7. has been transferred from taxes for ,use in constructionof PTA BENEFIT

Other candidates in the Seminole County.G. Homer R. Bentley. CRNA, roads in Flagler County is .
election were. Clif Sheffield, 93 B. Kelly former county has been named Administrative dependent upon proper report PROGRAM MARCH 8 -

votes; Joe Kelly. 54 votes; and ranger is now serving as assistant Director at Bunnell General ing of gas sold in this county.It The Sweet Adelines Chorus

Gene Bowers, 37 votes. district ranger. C. H. Hospital.:: Bentley servedas was decided after reviewingthe will in their Gay Nine
Fifty-eight percent of the Gordon, formerly with the Administrator and Staff state report that some further ties appear costumes March 8 at. the
city's registered voters cast Florida Forest Service In Flag- Nurse Anesthetist at Bunnell checking needed to be Beach Elementary

ballots.There were 248. votersat ler' County is being returnedas General from 19591961. He done.A School Flagler Cafetoriumi. The thirty
the polls. district mechanic. Bob Dorr, was Administrator, at Daytona hearing was set for the member organization of Day-
Shelton Barber and Hubert Ocala is district communica Beach General Hospital for next regular meeting to con. tona Beach women was form.

Pellicer are. holdover. commissioners tions officer. six years before returning to sider closing some streets in ed 11 years ago and sing four-
: Bunnell to accept his present Colony Park. The City of Bun in barbershop
FC: RECREATION position. nell has already closed the part harmony
style. The chorus is directedby
JESSE 'MCKNIGHTAWARD COUNCIL MEET A native of Woonsocket. streets. Austine O. Combs. '
I. he received his RN Degree Wallace Ramsey of Flagler
SLATED MARCH 10 The musical is
.. program
WINNER ait McLean Hospital in 1951; Beach appeared;, ; before the and
sponsored by the PTA
The Flagler/CJovmty Recreation
workat Board to 'support In
:Jesse H. (Buzzy) McKnight Advjsqiy) ..CoUncU' will completed post graduate School of Its efforts''request td' dose"Jntracoast.al. ; proceeds from the benefit go

Flagler Beach, placed first .in; meet.'Monday: :'iyiar h'lO! 'at,, 8 Carney Hospital Dorchester Mass. .U.Waterway/iri, Ffagler: Coun to the PTA and ScholarshipFund.
a student book collection con p. m. in'.the' :ton: m1ssl n -r.f.room certified In Anesthesia ty' to .commercial-fishing. The Tickets may be obtained -
and was
test at Florida State Univer at' the courthouse,, ac-. Board Indorsed the request at Fruits Jewelers and
sity. The entries were Judgedon cording to chairman. lV>I'$. Mike. in 1955.member of American Ramsey 'made to Representaive Metts Thriftway in Bunnell
'" He is a '
the students personal li R+nfTllr. ; ..<. and FB Elementary School Of-
rI t ;rt L .- Association Nurse Anesthetists : Craig and the legislative"delegatlon
braries the knowledge --- flee.
and owners ; .
of his books. McKnight SELE ITIVf, '!" ;::9"'f ,. Anesthetists.He; Florida. Agreed to advertlse..lor the

receiveda, $25 cash award and. SERVICE' J, .it} ;U: "TtH.l has also served as.,Pub- purchase of a new!-bulldozer. TIDE TABLETides
his chpice of books amountIng NOTICE fc' ''' 'F. 111"1 llchtlohi Chairman of Florida and a front end loaag&t r for March 6.12

to ,$75. The contest was During:the? illhess" of!'Cow.t .- Assni of J Nurse'&AfeSthetistara .A* ,thq<< th
sponsored by "Friend,jof, eU A ;JEdmonson- the, Board Day A"M: P.M. A.M. 'P.L":
1 '* ''1 ''Servlc ''(''Officer" RajrmoncYSiflitrf "' tBentleyr+ arid hiss wifeinand -r ; > i ithe.
Strozier Library" (" "r /'al'. selectiv en1serirtCe<% three Jdaug3rtersnresdeat'Ormond -(; -a agreed.)o"reftnIsA .cernen* 6b dl4 1 0.t 24' 3.36". '.
fcXnigpit' "f'f 1'"tfj glerf and bUMTf S Including rekistetlt1g'l Beach. t1Jt'1I:': fcnonr ,Qrk,.*nh, : .; flVntf. >LtheriiouRkt Mfs.' J.VBeach 'i1rM louse, opaint, thp ,tsl" ,, 8tatl\i n1 ( 4.$4 5:00: .- .
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3)n) r tD'rthunf' TZIURS.. MARCH 6. 1969 2 THE FLJIGLER TRIBUNE
Entered a. second claaa matter
I :rc OR 'i*"6 R x'T EJ D; February 6. 1913. at the po.t-
DUNNELL. KL.OIIIOAJOHN office at Dunnell Florida, under
Act of March 3, 1816. "FIRST CUT"
C Western
Editor and Publisher 1OYear Per Copy

News Editor Slat st..tb. ...,. ...r$3.00Dosllraated Pork Chops

.__.pap.r for all Oatalde Flatter County. I
Least Adrertfslas $4.OO Per Year


In our, democratic way of doing things we have passed
another election day and new Commissions will soon be organ U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
ized in Bunnell and Flagler Beach. Bunnell will have three new

,commissioners. and Flagler Beach will have two new commissioners. ROAST lb. 53'

Retiring from the Bunnell City Commission will be C. B. Elsen- h
bach M. B. McDaniel and T. H. (Buddy) Wadsworth. All choseto .
retire without seeking re-election. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
During the past year the Bunnell City Commission has take
en several notable steps forward. It will be the responsibilityof
the new commission to fulfill these programs as well as :to STEAK lb. 58Lyke's

make progress of their'own.

A contract was signed with licanopy Cable TV Company

which will provide better TV entertainment for those who desire "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE
to use the 'service. The company is slow in getting started
and it may require some vigorous action on the part of the Com-
mission to see that the contract is fulfilled.A .
major step was taken to have a professional communityaudit PICNICS Ib a
made which Is' necessary for future planning and com- .
munity development. We heartily endorsed that program; however : -
we have not seen much public evidence of an effective "
job being accomplished. Lyke's Sugar Creek" SLAB '
A government grant and another government loan have
been secured to provide a much:needed million dollar sewerage .I
system for- Bunnell After a well-attended public hearing theCommissiondetermined I.
the citizens 'to be. overwhelmingly. SSe 12 oz. Cello
'. *. 3ge
:favor of the project. SLICED FREE ," : Pkg.
.. "
We endorsed the sewerage ,program in aru. enltorial and 'be .r "
lieve it is a must for the future 'of Bunnell. .,We did'not' proPoseany' .Florida, Grade "A": .D.,& ,(214.21/2)'sIb, Avg.; LIMIT'2'PLEASE
: ,, ,.. .,
specifics as to charges ot assessments or-location of ..anyparficuLar" fr
facilities I'W c""have hard some- discussion these' : ''; '..:,L ,'...- '

matters ,which. might(open i.th, '"way for some study of revisionof IRFre.SIL sD :;;- Whole Ib. 28
some of the technical considerations, however. f' -

The (retiring Commission proposed a cptCSolidatfon"of" .police
' facilities wttty .the..County Sheriff's Department: ; a ndj.<< ..quested :-
local legislation": which would,enable fih'i11ffl1pientot} .I this,pro '

ject. It is worthy careful planning, to'obtain',t.he best possible, -
police protection in. our community. ;.. .. a I FRESHLEAN $
Efforts need to be continued with more forcefulness to"lmprovththe'.satety 41ba$1'J;
ndppeat'ance of the-Gitylof, Bunnell by con- : :

demning and having: 'removed those dilapidated. buildings ,both ,t" .'- 'Of '4 ",. .
uptown and in the'sdutheriy residentlkl ''areas.* \ Hunt'1 No. Can,
Bunnell 'a good,place' tfiJve.; We.'believe It.is better now' Fruit *>">fl For ; 6Q tj ;'BETTER MAID (Plain or S, ''R.)

than.lt..was a yearago..,.And,:we believe: :-our,,. ew..Commission. ;COCKTAILDel

can make it even better K,year from now. (1' Monte ,. No...2 Can FLOUR,
John ACflegg i \ TOMATO For
JUICE 6 $100 lb.
.- 5 Bag 29e
Martha White

to changes be planning until he has no an radical opportunity QUICK GRITS 5 3ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more 'food order
Too Late
to carefully study Bag
I each problem. He seems determined Murry's (Mixed Flavors) Reg. 29c Bag
I To Classify, to personally acquaint For
himself with,every an- COOKIES. .4 $1 Joe Crain's Grade "A"
By Kay gle.He
is a different presidentthan oz. Loaf SMALL
President Nixon must be a he was vice president.He BREAD.4rr20 EGGS
great disappointment to the knows he can 'and probe, 89CFjOLGER'S
prophets of doom who pre. ably will make mistakes. But '
dieted dire consequences if he he is doing his utmost to .
were.elected. They assured us 2D 790COFFEE
make sure he will avoid as -
he was a monster who couldbe many as possible.Not ,
depended on (Ito wreck the
has he
only dlappoint-
countrY overnight if he were '
ed his opponents by not act-
elected. ing hastily, many of his con. FROZEN _
Labor looked on him as dan- stituents and members of his
gerous to their interest. Ne- own party are frothing at the i Ti.n 47e Frosty Acres "SLICED" 10
groes considered him unreliable bit and expressing annoyanceat oz. Pkg.

and would were be certain a disaster his as election far- the to delay.start They kicking expectedhim and Limit 1 with'$5.00 or more food order STRAW BERRIES Z For 4ge

as their advancement was punching the day he took of- Bird's
concerned.The fice and they are unhappy. Eye Pint Carton

liberal politicians: the Personally I am content with FRESH' PRODUCE COOL WHIP For
do-gooders, the welfare bureaucrats the manner with which President 2 49C
and other bigspenders Nixon has tackled his U. S. No. 1 "
were sure he would job. I feel he has the statureof
promptly put on the brakes, a statesman rather than a POTATOES 1O CARNATIONEVAPORATED
the strings and 49c
tighten purse politician. Nobody can come Bag
do away with just about all of to an intelligent decision until Tender KENTUCKY WONDER
the Great Society program, he has carefully studied MILK
leaving the unfortunates to the problem from every an BEANS lb.,
starve in their tracks. gle. lie wants to be sure that Z3e 7 Tall $",00
According ito several pre- when he finally reaches a decision Yellow CookingONIONS Cans M.
election seers, he would abandon it is as near right as
school intergratlon. They' humanly possible. He knows 3 Ag Limit 7 with $5.00 or more food order
were sure he would Immediately that the final decision is his 25c1
curtail poverty pro- and that whatever the resulthe
grams. Others were sure he must take the blame.It .
would clean out the state department -, Is, doubtful if any presi
and fire just about dent in our nation's history
everybody who had in any has ever faced as many trying
manner, been tied in with the and serious problems as we .
previous administration. have' dumped in the lap of .: '
So tar the President has President Nixon. I don't envy "
done' none of these things. He him his job and I don't think
'hall approached his job,witheaotkn you do.' I am* thankful that we II .
and reason. He has have a man with a level head rill
Appointed people to office thatevert and a courageous heart at the
his opponents have tod''Mft head in these trying times andI
ale able and well qualIfitd. feel he Is entitled to our full
support and confidence. I
l fove' taking any action, it shudder to think what a lesser OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227 "
fe arppatrent Nixon wants to be man might do under the cir, 8:00 .m.-1OO p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL : :
't h1a ground. He appears cumstances.. Quantity Rights Re.e Prices '
iw! Good
ed. March ,
7, 8, 9 and 10, 1969 4mitt' / .





Glenda Pelllcer; Orvil Decker
N-E-W-S ," Bennie Clay, Lora Fillinger ,: :/'.7. .. f;"

Austie Durrance, Jame; .> fii -
'Q. I applied for social se- Roscoe Lynn Bernie Kozlow:. :<;.<

curity in July 1968.,had stopped ski Warren James Moore' ,,- --. .
TROPIC, BREEZE NURSERY- working at that time and Roymond Monroe*, -' : ,

Let us help beautify Flagler showed the social security of. DISCHARGES: 't',"..,
County. Large variety of ever- flee my pay stubs showing I Julia Lovelace' Archie did

greens, palms, hedge plants. had earned $4516.00 prior to dens William Drawdy Mollh. ,
5% miles S of Bunnell on my retiremment. Now I've Shope, Vera Kelly, Max Porte. cj1J ,,: ", "
been told I have to file ;u
_*U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc a report
and tell social security CAP AND
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain how much I made in 1968.
fields Installed: Rota.Roter Since I've aleady done this CIVIL DEFENSEThe .
snail must I do It ? 85,000 members of the ,-
shell. Reasonable prices. again ,X"",, ,.
Call George Jarosz,. 437-3410 A. Yes since you earned Civil Air Patrol (CAP) cove r uu"/ '." -,
8-l.tf over $1680 in 1968 you must all 50 stages. The organization,,. :
file an annual report prior to now 28 years old boasts an l
SINGER zlg zag-1968 model April 15, 1969 giving us the air fleet of over 4,200 aircraft b
used less than three montl s. exact amount of your earnings as well as over 4,500 ground- F j \
Guaranteed. Makes button. and also the months in bound vehicles. It is young. It ,
holes, blind stitches and is vigorous. Its
which you earned $140 or less. emergency rescue -
fancy stitches without attach. This is necessary to insure teams are geared for ac i
ment. Pay balance of $43.00or that you receive the proper tion wherever and wheneverthe k
6 payments at $8.00 a Amount of benefits.Q. need arises-which Is free
month. For more Information
I retired In I960. This quent.-
without obligation call De. Not only do its members volunteer .
past year I started a small
land 734.0018 between 9:00: to 'their time and talents, 4
cabinet business In home
500.: After 5:00 7342195. TFC my but they actually pay with
and my records show I made
FOR SALE-One 2.bed room $1800 before expenses. Do I steady streams of personal
funds for the
privilege be.
have to report this Income to
nice $5500. One 4bed. ing of public service.
room 2 baths % block from Social Security?
The CAP is a unique group. Photo by Theo C. Heln '
ocean. 100 ft. lot $8500. Call A. If the profit from your In Florida its sectors and task "
4392317. Feb. 6, TFC cabinet business was over forces know Florida topogra- Flagler County Television Coordinator Art: Mlllcent, right i I
$1680 you must file an annual phy and oceanography Intimately. assists Bunnell High School Science students 1 to r, Robert Creal ;'I
FOR SALE-4 lots 1 Block report with the Social Security Rescue missions are and Gary Buckles, tape a film to be shown to the elementary-
from ocean on North Central Administration, before April grades In the counts schools. d
closely synchronized and .
Ave. Call Caldwell J
15, 1969. Your local social security
down the
peninsula and into
4382100. Feb. 2O 4tc. office .
can supply you
the panhandle. They are
WANTED TOBUY FROM with the proper form. How handled without fanfare. The CLARENCE HOOPER ELECTED TO
OWNER: 2 bedroom home ever, if you find that you did location of accidents and the
with privacy. State location not make ,$1680 after taking saving of lives bas become almost FORMER RESIDENT FSU STUDENT

and price. Write P.O. Box 38- your business expenses into routine. ASSOCIATION
Bunnell Fla. consideration no report will Now CAP, by virtue of a new DIED IN ALABAMA

2tc Feb. 27 .Mar. 6 be necessary.Q. agreement, with ""the' Florida ,Arthur'! McDanIel of Flagler
received of
Word has been
My son was 18 in February Department of Civil Defense Beach has been elected to the
ZIGZAG FOR $43 1968. He received social. has extended Its ".support to the death of Clarence Hooper Student Government Assocla- .
SEWING MACHINE. 'Guaran- security checks until ,June disaster and survival situa former Bunnell resident, who tlon of Florida Southern Col-
teed. Does everything, makes 1968 as he was a full-itime. tions. The services which Flor died last week at Montgomery. lege In a campus-wide elec
buttonholes sews oni buttons student. In July he started ida CAP offers' to Florida In. Ala. after a lengthy* Ill' tion.He
Zlg-Zags, makes designs etc. working and earned' $2180 for clude: ness. was elected senator to

Pay balance $43, at $8 per the year. Since .he wasn't Radiological nltorlng.Courier Hooper resided In ,Bunnellfor .represent the Inter-Fraternity
month. Phone COLLECT Day- working when he got his and messenger ser- a number of years wherehe Council.'J'
tona Beach: 2523901. Will deliver -' checks( do' I have to report was a road construction A 1967 graduate of Bunnell

'no obligation. his earnings' to' social security vice.Aerial: Surveillance. foreman.... High School he is a premed
4 tc Feb. Z7.Mar. 20 ? Airlift of Emergency personnel major and a member of Tau

CONSOLE MODEL STERO A. 'Yes, since he earned over and/ supplies. Survivors Include his wife Kappa Epsilon fraternity. His
Like new..Auto. record-chang $1680 during the ,year and re AeriaL reconnaissance. Pearl, Montgomery Ala. anda parents are' Mr.' and Mrs',
er. Multi-speed. Balance of ceived social security checks, Radio communications.CAP son,Clarence, Jr.Montgom Robert F; McDanlel, 370 'PalmDr.
; must be filed Is also ,county entity ery Ala. ..' Flagler Beach.
$68 or assume $8 per month ;yarv.annualreport a. ,
payments. Phone COLLECT with the Social ,Security, wherever the cOtfnty' 4will ex?, ,
Dayton'Beach: 2523901. Ask Administration. before April pjoit) It. It''can. be-and"'in a t.... .'
for: Credit: -Manager. Will deliver 15, 1969. number of cases Is-:-a real bo

no obligation. A-l Music Q. I was 72'' years old In nanza to county civil defense- BINGO 8:00 P. M
Center 519 Volusla Ave., March 1968..In July I took a and county government.
Beach. consultant with
Daytona : position as a
4tc Feb. 27-March 20 new business in our area and GIRL SCOUT WEEKGirl
was paid a total of $2400 for Scouts of the U. S. A. TONIGHT (Thursday)
APARTMENT FOR RENT: 3 the year. I did no other work will celebrate their th birthday -
room furnished 'apartment. during, the year. Since I'm on March 12, 1969 during FREE REFRESHMENTS
Close to ocean. Nice for couple. over'72, must I file a report of National Girl 'Scout' Week FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALt'SPONSORED ,_ ;

Call 4392229. Mar. 6. ltc. these earnings with- social. se- March 915. Founded in 1912 BY- '

curity? In Savannah' Georgia, American ; ,.,
HOUSE FOR RENT: 2 bedrooms ,
furnished air-condi A. Yes. even though your Girl Scouting has grownup Disabled American VeteransJim '
work did not begin until after with the nation. The themeof
tinned, Fla. room, tiled bath Booe Chapter No. 86
72 and' the organization for the
you were you were en-
and shower, garage. Near
titled ito receive all 1966.69 "Values to Hold
ocean. 202 S. Daytona Ave., your years NO MINORS ALLOWED .
Flagler Beach. Geo. Reed. 439- checks for the year, aru' an- Worlds to Explore," represents t.i
ual: report must be made as values held constant for al- f. '
2290. March 6, TFC
you were under 72 for some most 60 years-but expressedeach

NEW WRINGER TYPE WASH- months of the year. However day, month and year In I TIME T '
ING MACHINE $119.00. Jerry's this will be the last 'annual a modern and,timely way. ,
.Furniture, Old Dixie Highway report you'll be, required to Today's Girl Scouts work ATLANTIC HARDWARE
2,mi.I S. Korona Ph. 4373752. make. against poverty and inequali 'y- ;
Mar. 6, Itc.TROOPER ty; last year the organization's 1
-- National Board of Directors
CARD OF THANKSWe voted to support the major & SUPPLY CO. INC. '
/ Bill: SAYS goal objectives-.of the Reportof
wish to to
express our the National Advisory Com
kind and
neighbors thought.
LICENSE tt mission on Civil ,Disorders.The .
ful friends our heartfelt
DURING YOUR thanks, for their many visits, 3.5 their million beliefs-their members val.ex- MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH
BIRTH MONTH flowers and cards during my press 'I
ues-through service in their .
PHONE 439-2303
recent illness and stay in the
own neighboring communities
hospital. in schools libraries, centers
O. F. ALFORD These kindnesses have.
parks, of wherever good-
meant much to us.
Registered will and dedication can be
Max Porte and Family useful. .

Real! Estate Broker I NOTICEPursuant

Bunnell, Florida ', BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSI to provisions, as set forth in Florida
.. A A
; Statutes, Chapter 193.201 as amended by the

107 N. Bay'St. PO.. Box 657 1967 Legislature, each property Owner Lessee, or

HASTINGS MATTRESS BUNNELL, FLORIDA Agent requesting* an Agricultural Assessment
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS shall fill out a prescribed form.

710.12. Lemon St. FREE ESTIMATESBAR This application pertaining to Florida Stat-

PnJatka, Florida FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS utes 193.201 is specifically a request for .Agricul-
EA 5-9166 tural for Tax .Assessment and
Furniture' Upholtering COUNTERS has no relationship to the County Zoning of land .
Repaired. & finished LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING use. '

Mattresses & Box ,Springs Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Property owners must- file this applicationeach

Marie to Order Also Renovated BATHROOM VANITIES-BAAAK'FAST" BARS year 'to the County Tax Assessor between. '

Call Laura Morris 437-3233 Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts January first and April first .so that the County

After'6:00 P. M. FINE HARDWOODS f _..Awcultl1raLZ.aning.: Board,jnay.uonsider ..the..applicatiqn -

PRICES REASONABLE for Agricultural classification.
BUDGET, PLAN IF NEEDED :Most orders filled within 15 working day Now Serving Application forms are available at.. .the Tax

Just as near ,as Your all areas in 75 mile rad., of Bunnell. Assessor's Office. '

Phone or Post ,Office CALL COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 437-3928 DONALD R.' MOORE
Us Card or Call ""ARRANGED Tax Assessor
..A ... .0" .',
Fre Pick-up & Delivery j '"

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WED *v--i. '.
Mrs. Pearl I I Nauright St.

Augustine,and,C. W. Kerche-
val Elkton,Florida were marred
Friday February 21 at St. frt

Augustine.The bride is the daughter of

-r Mrs. Bertha Grimes of Bun .,
nell.It. !S
was a small family wed.
.. ding. Mrs. Bob Arnett St. Augustine
was her mother's matron
of honor. The bride's son..

Jack Nauright St. Augustine .
was best man. Others attend
ing were Bob Arnett and Mrs.
Jack Nauright.
The couple will make their

H I home in Elkton. .


and Mrs. Hiram Vaughter -
Amaxlllo Texas and Mr.
and Mrs. Strother VIck of Dumas

Texas are expected to arrive Juir
Friday to visit Rev. and
j Mrs. Lester Stanton at their
home at Flagler Beach. Mrs.

Vaughter and Mrs. Vick are r
Mrs. Stanton's sisters.
S' %

Mrs. Tony Kahlert returned -
home Monday from Fort

Bennlng Ga., where she visit-
ed her son and daughter in
law Lt. 'and Mrs. Tommy Kah.:
lert and daughter Dana. ;
Lt Kahlert is in the US
Army Airborne School at Ft. Jr

Benning. _
w 1.,F
to Rl f '
a w. and Mrs. Roger Turner

left today for Las Vegas Nevada
where they will make

their home. Their,new addressIs chu fabric "with Venise lace
: 1679 Silver Mesa. Way Las ANDERSON- trim and flowing back panel

Photos by 'Theo C Beta Vegas, Nev: and she carried a nosegay of

floor HEARN: .yellow,carnations.: : Miss,Maria
girl and wore a white VISITS IN GEORGIA
ABRAHAMIS WEDDING Faye Hearn sister of the,bride,
length, gown identical to the Mr. and Md."i hn R. Wes. was bridesmaid ,and wore a
BRIDE OF attendants and she carried a cott spent last Weekend in Miss Patricia Ann Hearn, full length gown of 'lime chu

-CROCKETT white basket of :rose petals. Baxley Ga. .visiting Mrs. Dor- daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. chu fabric and carried a nose-
STUART 'Edward Schatz was othy Hampton. and. Mrs. J. J., Howard W Hearn of St. gay 'of yellow carnations.
Ralph "
Ushers were
;'The'wedding Miss Sharyn' man. Miles. L', Cloud Florida became the Gilbert Anderson father of
of the bride
Lee Abraham and Stuart brother Mrs.'Wescqtt'$ son,SP4 Neal bride vof Donald Gilbert Anderson the groom, served 'as ,,best
J t Erick Kuleski and Glenn Miller. ,- <
Charles Rockett was Saturday, Atkinson whVlS 'stationed at. son of ,Mr. and Mrs. .! ,JJ.sheISvyere: B.. J, ;Bre-.
at St. Stephens Catholic is:' Fort C6rTdonCa7.ftJoined'thenrin Gilbert 3.: p Anderson*, 6f'Or-1 lard Gainesville,:. Florida,,,
.' ,_ .. aUreception afterward T r
Thet was J
Beach and Bunnell. .
Church. Bunnell.-.- *" 'fit-1 Baxley.. for the weekend. mood uncle of thegroomrand dlerln'Frlcke
... .: ,& the Bunnell Civic Sa -a2 "ltJt.V' IB'lw First 11.v
Antonio LLebh "per- Sunday Februaryt' \)0 c :of!Orrribrid1]Beach.1: :
Father: ..
Centerl.Mrs..Jackie Deeb, :Dayf *" + .
BEACH: : Christian Church St. ,Cloud .' .
rmed thedoUb1e ring'sere There waS: a reception at'
- ; ; tOM Beach.was in.charge. Assisting .
rjnony.,Ray Mercer was organist were MrsT: Hazel King't Dr. and Mr: Ralph SackettfJ The:Rev John HrPalmer.ofSe the 'social ,hall,.In'1813: 'churcli'''
and :Mrs. Bernf Hirschi waisoloist. ; and Mrs.'Lulu Greene of Daytona : have:returned/to Coral' Gables afed 'at the 'double ring annex.' Those assisting::"were

I .. '.. Beach; :and ,Mrs. C. B. after visiting Flagler, Beach ceremony. Mrs. Marilyne Castor Mrs. 'Helen Hearn Mrs. Violet;
f f': The bride is the daughter of King and Mrs. Virginia Kingof several'days.'They.also called was organist and. Mrs. 'O'Bryan: Mrs. Frances Tyson;

Mr..arid. Mrs,.. Nag Abraham Bunnell. at the /hbun ul,Officeto meet Evelyn. Hyper soloist. and Mrs. Juanita Hahn. Mrs.
Avalon Avenue Flagler Beach. White satin covered the the staff j,. Escorted by her father the Kathy Knight Bunnell. sister-

(:Her husband Is the son ot bride's table. where,'the four- bride wore.a full length gown of the,jzrpom,..kept, the: brides r
>Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rockett tiered wedding cake encircled CHARLES of' candlelight Peau with book.irvll
$. Central Ave.. Flagler Beach. with pink daisies and fern <" pearled and scalloped Chan The couple left for a ..short'honeymoon ,.
t Twini sunburst arrange and topped with wedding Pvt. and Mrs. Charles J. tilly lace trim with remova to various parts of
"merits of white chrysanthe- bells was the focal point.. Gar- Zimmerman' 'announce the ble chapel (train. A double Florida. The bride chose for
birth of .a son Charles Joseph crown of lace and pearls held her 2
nums, gladiolas and native lands of similax entwined : going away Zimmerman Jr' 'born Feb. 16 her lace trimmed mantilla. suit' with
greenery flanked with candelabras with pink and white satin, % piece lavender f" :
holding lighted white bows accented the table.A at Lakeland General Hospital.He Her only ornament was a which she wore bone' acces.
tapers was the central pointof champagne fountain formed weighed "eight pounds- single strand of pearls a gift sories. A lavender( 'orchid,'lift
decorations In the church. the centerpiece for the three ounces., ,* ; of the bridegroom. She' carried ed from her brides bouquet,
,: Given in marriage by her punch table accented with artistic Mrs. Joe Whiteslde, Bun. cascade arrangement of "completed her ensemble.
father, the bride was radiant arrangements of pink nell, is the maternal grand. yellow roses centered with a ,The bridegroom is an ac
.in an exquisite gown of white daisies and similax. Picturesque mother. .1*> lavender orchid. countant with the United
Chantilly lace styled In tra- arrangements of pink Miss Patricia Salley was States General Accounting
itional lines arid fashioned and white roses and carnations MRS. STATON'S SISTER maid of honor. She wore a full Office 'and works out of Atlanta
with a basque.bodice and long flanked by lighted tapers were DIES IN ATLANTA length gown of maize chu Ga. Regional Office. .
tapered sleeves. Seed pearls on the buffet table laden with Mr. and Mrs. Henry G.
Staton of Flagler ;
end irrldescent sequins accented an assortment of gourmet Beach were
the Sabrina neckline. foods. called to Atlanta Ga. due to

The front panel of the bouf- Mrs. Randy Hodges San the death of..her sister; Mrs. THANK YOU VOTERS ).
fant tiered skirt extended in- Diego California, twinsisterof Paul B. Netherland Mrs.

to, a chapel train. Her veil of the bride kept the bride's Netherland passed away Feb. .
imported French illusion en- book. 20 in Atlanta. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN THE .

Danced by seed pearls and se Among the out of town Funeral serviced: were Friday BUNNELL CITY ELECTION WAS. '

Chan-Illy guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Feb. 21 in Atlanta. GREATLY APPRECIATED

Abraham and Mr. and Mrs.,
carried 'a butterfly shaped Angelo Mlgllorisi and children .
cascade bouquet of white of New Kensington. Pa.; COME TO BUNNELL TO

roses. Mrs. Jean Corbin Washington SHOP Billy i J. (Joe) KellyHoward
i :Miss Nancy Wilkinson. Daytona 'D. C|. Mrs. Sadie Zegarelly
Beach was maid of hon Pittsburgh Pa. and Mrs. Drop Your "Laundry Off
or. Bridesmaid was Miss Elizabeth Louise Abraham and children'
Allen and bridesmatron Jacksonville Florida, all relatives Before; Pickup'Later
was Mrs. Jack Knight. Miss of the bride; Mrs.
Paula Klwala was junior Charles Rockett;. "Mrs. Lillian
bridesmaid. They wore identical Henderson M.. Laura Heede 20 Ibs Washer 35c

.floor length A-llne gowns ,all ,of Philadelphia; Mrs. F. LerchSAYS
6f vibrant Jewel pink designed -. Jean Campbell,"St:,Petersburg,' 4lbsWasher25cWe
with, silk organza back -Florida; and Mr. and Mrs. .
panels fashioned with double: Don Clark Daytona Beach '
plor bows. Rose veils .attach all relatives ,.of. groom.' Wash .t.11 '
: :
ed to a forward cluster of pet;,....It Afters Ala centered with orange blos- South Florida" "Mr. and Mrs. .. .tl'\\'n.. !., .:
+ .d II .ttrt bId .
soms formed' their headpieces. Rockett&urtll j&ake their hOme :'r rM't.rYfl .<: 7r iJl" : .
: .
*tliey carried cascade bouquets at.,New<< Smyrna Beach where I Laundry; : ,ryr'J ti < Stu: : .
of carnations. he is stationed with the United! / p'' .. .
: .
:'f.lll ,. ,,,.! ,
n I Irut :
; )
Wendy Crews. wa s. flower States Coast Guard 1 A Ifc. '.rt'a" '..U5'I1vr ,'r' A I .ba :J,, ", .
.0 'In' M'"" lt'''. '.off q' :Tit 111' I. r.k. .
$ H..uw ; .w : ,. az: iTANTONLl r
,. .. .
.1hun ,
ENTr- bf
elll'Jlondan i i t1
T'rkCiY1CViCHEC NCUEST1-J1): ,.. t.l. $ s: 'ii .
j fI"---r, .
ROGRil.TJilhif': .. ;t '91 ;,1 I '. r1 tr 1. J: oS If 1ts... .
-H'vi'it bteq at. $ ,,+wr9f& 'CJ'Nq
The Rev. and Mrs. Lester Mrs. Tom Holden was guest, ".p..S..Donl'l1.to-Ol'; ret .to '., .'..1r1 .' .ft,1'I'-t .', .. 'lItor; -141 ".t .' ..,IS/1gtyw) .
ArlGftVV C ipf. MctfcA. B. Anderson. at the] U [>.t.I ."L .ll T>1 ", '."f ll ,-A t)" "i. ,.: '
Stanton presented an > t t 1.Wa:.ftC 'r7<. tI.hIIJ\111 f5 ALL THE .
Ormond Beach Club : .
gram tox members VOTER J 1QF. r't"
: 3 car
; luncheon FrfUay ;J
.W8l"Jlvet.eranAPost at Titus.. ; Thrift Wash '
Vl1Je ednesday. Mnr.4-'Andersorr"'ls 'former Car .. :,. I FLAGLER BEACHtPIE .. _
The Stantons showed slides Bunnell resident and Bunnell

of "The First Americans". High School faculty member.

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a. Our ServicemenHOME


rT Airman Mike Mlsslnne. Low. t c
ry Air Force' Base,. Colo' flew 4. C; .gar

+ home last weekend to visit his

parents, Mr. ahid Mrs. Chuck

Mlsslnne at> Flagler Beach.

Airman Mlsslnne's addressIs

: AF12896114

3415 Tech Sch. USAF

ATC Box C.7608
Lowry AFB, Colo 80230.


ct ,

Tommy Herr will complete
'Army basic training, Fri

day, March 7 at Fort Benning,

Herr's parents, Mr and 4

These ladies were busy getting Mrs. O. K. Herr and daughter
seventy members of the Johnston ready to serve the more than Debbie Sue, Mrs. Herbert The family of Mrs. Mattie Pelllcer, Bunnell above, had the
at Bulow State Park attending a reunion Allen and Miss Elizabeth most members present at the Johnston Reunion Sunday Mrs. I
Sunday March 2. This .
of was the third annual Allen plan to attend the graduation Pellicer had 18 members of her family at the gathering.
I gathering descendants of John
Baggs Johnston and Mary ceremonies at the Army
Ketus Carter.
post. CATTLEMEN PRESENT tion of Mrs. Turner's many

. NEW OFFICERS ELECTED (--o-) GIFT TO MRS TURNER years of cooperation. In assist:

. i.' _. __._ .IN VIETNAM Mrs. Norma Turner, Lunch ing with the cattlemen'

Pvt Arthur Wilson arrivedat room Supervisor at Bunnell Cracker Day B-B-Q's 50th An-

Vietnam two weeks ago for High School for many years, niversary and other functions..

an assignment of duty with was recently presented an Mrs. Turner has' resigned

the US Army. Attache Case by Flagler County her position at the High

.. He Is the son, of Mr. and Cattlemen's Association, School and will be leaving

Mrs. Arthur Wilson ,John Anderson Inc.This Flagler County to make her

Hwy., 'Flagler Beach. gift Was in apprecia home in Las Vegas, Nevada,
His 'address Is:. US 53706588Co. . . .. ..
wwmmmwSAVE . . . .
D 2nd Bn. 5th Cav.

1st Air Cav. Div. ( '75c)

APO San Francisco 96490 "

(-0-) E 3 Gal. Paint .
A inn

., IN SP4 HAWAII Boyd Robertson is In ttt t- Latex Int. or EX. $500' .,

Hawaii where ''he has been assigned

to duty with the US at YOEMANS PAINT Factory ;':

Army. Robertson was :recently

transferred from Korea. New Lnratinn.1R9B..'U Rri ft mile North of Fiomlch* .
nova .
% mie, south of Hand Ave.
His address is
new : ..

Marksmapship FREE GIFTS FOR ALI-TEL. 677-8020. .
Det. San Francisco 96557.
This Offer Expires March 15, 1969 ";,;;

WICXCLINE ATTENDSCOMMISSIONERS -....................l'.l'.........l'.l'...............y..l'.-. oJ-........l'.... IWWWW*
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Flagler Count Commlsslon. Flagler County Insurance 'j" J
er George' Wlckllne attended ; ;
the Mid'Year.
Annual Confer..
Photo' by Theo C. Heln ; ence of ttfe State Association .'. I

'W. W. ''Deeni back row' left, was elected President of the of County 'Commissioners. : of, .I-.A: ,Agency Inc.. ::

Johnston 'Family Association 'at the t drd annual reunion' Sunrdaj > ,,1:.. a nViII!' Feb. ,, j
: : ,
.. .
.11. .",iJ'J '
!,J.n':B.. Pelll<2ervvf4s elected, Vice?Pr45idertitMrs.; fit %:. COok,*: 23.2.J,1Wickline, ?, v'J. rtl.All, F6rhia-of"Insurance: I' .. .. ;
: ,
front row-lefti.,Treasurer;:...Mrs:, Don >Moore.'right,.SecFetary.arid; .- -is Sergeantat.-: .,.,.p q.-- "A\ .w.t-,, .... ., :'.: '" ",, ', .t i.ti

Mrs. ,2. dc.I ',Holland*,, Jr.,center, Historian .. *OTHANKS Arms of SACCnartd,i&' also a > '.305 East :Moody-f\ 'Blvd.M -:- Phone '437-3171 : 'MI'; I
j Director, at 5
Lazge3.LEGAL ,
r' .1 .:' "11 )

.... '. :APEUTISBMBjrr .11":. ,.. ', Bunnell, Florida 32010't... : ..
.:: ; : .1 :

.: !Y:'1 r.. :.' 'CIVIL ACTION No. B1JB H *

.' .:.. MALCOLM Plaintiff I* JOHNSON* ,', -... .,.
.. : .. vs. ..
: 'n .
: rt : : THEIR oJ'" I'
V. OH AMES' and: LILLIANB { ,.:J' .
SHAMES wife of R. F.GHAMES. .
,. ;. JR.. "'iff heirs devisees .;!'
grantees, creditors of LILLIAN '
** I''i'
j B. OHAMES. and all other { after;you'see--::: ,
parties claiming ''by 'through. .

Elfie GoodwinAUVBn.TISh.MI.JI OHAMES.under or Defendants.now against.deceased.. LILLIAN: .B,,. I I your, doctor. ..;. ) '

TO R. F. OHAMES JR. and TLA bring yourprescription
DIANNE OHAMES. his wife. ,
and all parting'claiming- Interest '
i to
--- by through under or I ;
II.- Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Starry against LlLLtAN-: ;; OHAM-* 1....
ES. now dead and all par
: LEGAL ties having or claiming to
atJTJCESCOlTllT Sbuthington. 'Conn visited ait have any right, 'title or Interest -
IN ] COUNTY In the; property herein c
Ilf AND KOW "'LAG-. Flagler Beach last week with described.YOU .
LEII1 COUNTY, STATK 0. his mother Mrs. Caroline Ster- are hereby notified thatan 'DttUq4,
KLOIIIIJA.imonATE. action has been instituted
IN ooz ry Lambert :Avenue. the above Court. to foreclose a
ES'rATE OFIIRONISIAW' mortgage on the following property Professional> Bldg.
DECEASED. Being a part of Section 40.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS given that the Township 10"'South. Range
ofBRONISLAW Is hereby
ot the Estate Notice 31 East and,
All creditors of the Fla more particularly -
CZACHOROWSKI regular meetings
Board will be held described as follows:
hereby notified County School Beginning at the Northeasterly
deceased, are second Tuesday of each
to file any claims or demands on the corner of the said Sec-
A. M. In the Flag-
which I t haveagainst month at 9:00: tion 40. Township 10 South.
:r"t.nl''tth: : Courthouse. City ofBunnell
of- County
the said ler Florida.e I Range 31 East. as a point of
flee of the County Judge ot Flag- reference and running '
Jar County at :-r::: tfaFr\ the,Courthouse with- / / James Feb.of Schools 27. Ita East thence, alone: the East rly.lineof ON TIMECERTIFICATES

In six calendar months from the the said Section 40. a distance 501
date of the first publication of ADVERTISEMENT of 2322,44 feet to the O
this notice. Each claim or demand LEGAL Northerly boundary of the
wrl I ting andmust FOR. IIIDS 100( foot right-of-way: of
state the place or ***} UEtlUEST Malacompra thence
? the Sealed bids will be received In (f Roadl VOLUSIA MINIMUM 13.000-90 DAYS. .
South 1103" 03" West
and IOst"office
be .* rn Jfe ttceBtn the ll. I'ro l3.tkIc.t: the alongthe Northerly COIINTT
his agent 4:30P. boundary of Malacomorn.
bv the Building until NATIONAL ,
attorney or It will become void Civic Center the 17th. day of March. Road a distance of 785.46 ..
M. on
law. feet to the point of beginning -
according: 1969 tor two (2) 1.000 gal- BANK
-January, 1th. 1969. longaeoline- tanks and. pumpsinstalled. of this description: Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada
Oraczwskl _
thence continuing South 71OF
'\ H. P. Air Compressor
Tucker %
.r amee H. with not less than 30 gallon 03 West, along the saidNortherly Ormond B acn. Florida ,
Executrix right of way
Attorney for gas (octane num-
I*. O. Box 398 tank regular high boundary a distance of 60.O .
shall bed. .l'f.D r
ssrt&elvy tt P{ ariehall feet: thence North IS56'
lrjrch! 20. 4tc. ( 6
DtunO Feb 6. 13. b..rvl\ l'. 20 .ad 57" West, along said right-
; fC'r' ,
Du ..' *,+ l-K'l'ti') J ,: fltipurposeli of-way boundary a distanceof
; LEGAL! APVEUTISBMENT_ gearNldbriC'at'rt. 5hls -! 120;ole : thence North
lubricant kerosense. and No. 71 03' East a distanceof
dlesel. Bids I to Indicate price 60.0 feet: thence South .
UNDEIt FICTITIOUS Air Compress- 1951' 45 East' a distanceof
NOTICE with and 120. feet ,to the point of '
r,Notice Is NAME hereby given that"V, i rjhl prices shall be firm for theraratlon beaming of this des rlptlon.Bell.rlns CRAIG FUNERAL HOME ;
are referred to the ?
v'ielonsdof IChapterrn20 9theLaws I bid of Um shall \:: addressed True Meridian and parcel ?>!><, l Florida. Acts of 194i, will register to Each the City Commissioners. P. O' contains 0.16 against .ff tl'',,,, x I.A. :H.''CRAIG. Funeral Director ,:, .' .
or '
with the Clerk of the Cir Box 756. Bunnell Flotld /The has been filed, you;; and-i t'rt' .. "'. ,
*# the rou C h of you are troault'Aed 'l'
Comml..1onei9"'x1It'g' td'serve
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jJAX.j EXECUTIVE cities. in the United States.- and CHURCH : : CHURCH. DIRECTORY.'.-:- .... i'x':

San Juan Puerto Rico and Is .. .
WILL SPEAK TO expanding on an international II (
Trading. Company as well as ,''NEWSL- CATHOLIC CHURCHES w'
BUNNELL MEN of Directors
serving on the Board The Rev. Father Anthony
Mr. LeRoy Eger President of of several other business Leon. Pastor

P rt.O.Let Company ,of Jacksonville organizations. Despite the
will be the featured heavy demands of his bmt- BEACH METHODIST St. Marys Church Korona
speaker for a combined dinner ness interests Mr. Eger gives Weekly Sunday Mass............ 7:30: a. m.
liberally of his time to train MEN TO HEAR HUNTThe
of the Baptist Masses
meeting Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastoi r Weekday : Monday
and Methodist men of Bun laymen to be effective witnesses Methodist Mens Club of Wednesday and Friday. 8:30a. :
Bunnll First United
for Christ and the : -
nell. Mr. Eger' combines his Flagler Beach United Metho m.Blessed.
extensive business interests. Church. Methodist ChurchABOUNDING dist Church will have their
with many endeavors as a The dinner meeting will be regular monthly dinner meet Sacrament Chapel
Christian Layman. He Is State held in the Social Hall of the LOVE ing Monday night March 10th Flagler Beach

Director Lay Division Campus Baptist Church at 7:15: P. M., Gods love creates a thank In the Church Fellowship Hall. Sunday Mass ............9:00: a., m.
Crusade for Christ; Chair- Thursday March 6. All the ful h -art. Did you ever hear The dinner will be served Weekday Masses: Tuesday
men of the church are welcome someone say "I am glad I did by Woman's Society of Chris. Thursday and Saturday, at
to participate and are that it made me feel good." titan Service. It was requestedthat 11:00: a. m.Catechism t
asked to make reservationswith There is something about reservations for the din. Classes. 3:00 p. m. ,I
their Pastor or men's di Christianity which only fulfills ner be made by March 8th. Tuesday.St. .

r rector. when it freely participates "J. H. McCormick, president, \\1
Ra in life. and his staff have been doingan Stephens Bunnell
of obtaining Sunday Mass:..._...10:3O: a. m. t
STETSON TEAM I enjoy sharing God through outstanding Job
excellent and informative Catechism' Classes: 3 p. m.
Christ In' the day by day
TO BE AT BUNNELL events of life. These events speakers", Dale Mysenger Tuesday. .
will extend from tragedy to publicity chairman said. Confessions before all masses.
FIRST BAPTISTA happiness or sorrow to Joy For this program they have Weekday Devotion: Novena'to

B. S. U. Youth Team of yet they are life as we knowit. secured R, L. Hunt a very' Our Lady Wednesday and I
three members will direct In the past few'days I have well known geologist as Saturday after Mass.

youth activities at the First mourned found Joy at a wed. principal speaker together
Baptist Church Bunnell. Friday ding, participated in a Home- with, two geology professorsfrom Community Memorial.
through Sunday March coming Day In Hernando Daytona Beach Junior Church
'79. Miss Lynn Langford will County and, worshipped God College. Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
4a lead in recreational activities in several ways. said "The good Reverend XL W. Dickert. Pastor
Steve Mysinger Sunday School ....................9:45:
Youth Shoemaker will act as Today I will have a brief meal fellowship and splendid Worship Service ................11:00:
Pastor and Vern DeSear
visit at the Florida Methodist programs are well worth
Ladies Guild
will be Music Director. This Children's Home to share some your time and effort". : Thursdayof
each month
at 2
team has conducted similar fellowship with friends, and The staff and members of p. m.
youth activities in several some Flagler' County cabbage the church extended a cordial
churches across Florida.An with the home. Later I will welcome to all men of Flag First Baptist Church
I LeROY EGER extensive program of re give my witness to a meetingof ler Beach and Flagler County. Rev. Charles Anders Pastor
creation inspiration and visitation the Methodist Church in to share a pleasant and enjoy Moody Boulevard Bunnell
man xxf,the Board of Directors. Sunday .School ........9:45
has been planned by DeBary. After returning home ,able evening with them. a. m.
Youth for Christ Member of"the
; the Youth Council. there will be parish and civic Worship Service..11:00 a. m.
Development Council Baptist An invitation Is extended to duties followed by a meetingto Evening Worship...._6:30: p. m.
)Hospital' as well ,as serving all the youth of the community make final plans for your BUNNELL UNITED Adult Choir Rehearsal........7:30:
-as a Deacon In the South-
aide between ages 13-24 to participate revival. We thank God for his METHODIST REVIVAL l Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
Baptist: Church. Jacksonville in the activities. A Monday _
abounding love. so thatas
.,.>Florida. special program has been grace extends to more and The First United Methodist YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd
Mr. :Eger 'has directed the projected for Juniors. age 9- more people It may Increase Church of Bunnell will hold Monday ,

growth. of his company which 12 years for, Saturday 1:00-: thanksgiving to ,the glory of Its revival from Miarch 9.12. Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p., m.
:row,I ..*. has" f offices In 'over 53 2:30 P. M. God." 2 Corinthians' 4:15. Services will be held at 7:30: Wednesday -
w J each;:' night. The Reverend Junior Choir: 3:30 p. m.
;: James Rowan Pastor of the ," Thursday '
Trinity United Methodist -"

f This Church in Deland. will be the First United Methodist

carefree electric guest preacher., mtibert: Avenue Bunnell
range There will be an informal Rev. Oliver TaYlor. Pastor

reception held Sunday March Sunday School...:::.:...9:45: a. ,m.
N 'i,) 9 at 6 p. m. Each night after! Worship Service.._.11:00: a. m.
; cleans itself top to bottom Sunday there will be a' coffee Youth Choir Rehearsal:' 6i45: !" '
"\.and sharing time, followingthe p. m. Wednesday
': } I services. Special music '
r'' Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal:
j1 i1 No,more stooping..scrubbing...oven-scouring I You know how easy ., will be provided Members are 2nd and 4th Thursday a# 3"
!J a'- it Is to keep the surface heating units clean. Now it can be just as:easy asked to''tlthe'their time during 3 p. 'm.MYF .

j i r' ;:t11:;)J.. "to keep the oven clean. Just set the self-cleaning control and flameless invited.'these days.. The public. Is : 2nd and 4th Sundays ,

'li ., ., ,electric takes over-relieving you of a dirty,tedious chore.,.Now,more 6:30 p. m.
.. IU",4. >." ".'." \ WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
.. n. :' -' than ever the fast electric way is the cleanest,way to cook.
.- ... --4, (,-'..... ;: ,*, As well as the coolest And the >safest' FLAGLER BEACH WSCS 9a.m.
Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday'
I f" 'Sunshine service electric Is cheaper,too. Cooks! a full dinner...cleans TO HEAR MISSIONARY at 8p.m.
4 your oven .for pennies.Ask your.appliance dealer about.//the \ Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes

'. v.advantages of a carefree electric Pange.V3' The Women's Society of day at 7:15 p. m. ,
: : '::: -- Christian Service of the Flag
/ Eleven rate reductions since,1957! let Beach United Methodist Flagler Beach United
-' -- "" The average price paid per kilowatt hour Church will. meet Thursday,
> by FPLserved families is one-third less f March 13th at the Fellowship Methodist Church
than it was Hall of the church at 9:30: A. Reverend Reynold N. Hoover
4 .. M. Mrs. Winnie Duensing Is in Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach

.. charge of the program., and Church School......_...9:45: a. m.
.-..... 0- will present the speaker: Miss ';Morning Worship...J.1OO a. m.

I 'k I '. ,. FLORIDA" !POWER C LIGHT COMPANYHtUHHO Hazel Winslow a retired mis MYF. ..._.....................6:30: p. m.
( ., ;' j;.t' \ tUltO,tOll, AJ' sionary-teacher, from Warren Womens Society Christian
I Ji!" } Illinois, formerly from Ran. Service: 2nd Thursday of each
n : goon, Burma where she taughtin month at 9:30 a. m..
the Chinese Girls High Methodist Men: Dinnermeeting -
School. Miss Winslow will at 6 p. m 2nd Monday of

wear' a native.: Burmese cos- each month.'
: 4 fume ana display curios from
; \ Burma. Mrs. William Givens PENTECOSTAL .
will lead in the devotions and HOLINESS CHURCH
I -' Mrs. Allen Jenkinson and Bunnell Off Fran St.
L Mrs. Fred Marks will be hostesses A. C. Ruuell Pastor

for the coffee hour. Sunday School........10:00: a. m.
Worship Service.._11OO: a. m.
f3- I I -"- SUNDAY Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30: p. m.
Worship Serv..sun. 7:30 p. m..

ri ; ;jTTT; \ CHURCHES SCIENCE MARCH 9 St. Thomas Hev. Thomas EpiscopalThe Mably

I A ,"It is God that girdeth me Priest In Charge
with strength and
k .maketh.my 3 miles east of Bunnell on
way perfect.
Highway 100 '
These words from Psalms
; will be read this Sunday as Morning Worship_.10:00: a. m...'' ,
part of the Christian Science Church School.._..10OO: a. m.
Bible Lesson-Sermon titled Holy Communion first Sundayof
"Man." All are welcome to each month
attend the ''services.

Among related passages to First Baptist ChurchN.

be read from the denominational Central Ave., Flagler Beach
textbook is the fpllow- 'Rev. Max Hall Pastor

Ing: "God expresses In, man Sunday School.._....-9:45: a. m.
the infinite idea forever de Worship Service..J.l:00 a. m. "

veloping itself broadening ,Prayer Meeting Wednesday at'

and rising higher and higher 7 p. in.Community. '..
from a boundless basis. Mind Hymn Sing' first

mainifests all 'that exists In .Sunday, each month 7 p. m.,<:
the infinitude of Truth.. We w
know no more of man as the '
true divine image' and likeness ATTEND. THE
than we know of God". :
(Science and Health with Key CHURCH OF YOUR ,
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I trn If Carver JuriiocwJIlgh School Hunting Season

: won thcmvuio&fion'rgame i at

the Juniidr JJi&htjSchoolBasket Dates S'e.tFlorlda's ;y

:NOT: ESI ., .I ball Tournament4" held at
Starke last wee.end. Carver 1969.70 'hunting I)

LOPEZ WINS i.. Junior High defeated Anderson season will open November 1
.' 'c., for resident game birds and
Juniors6G-ta-26.! -Z6., TI,4.> f'\;
DISTRICT ., animals,. except in Northwest'TFlorida
High Scorers for Carver .were :
TOURNAMENTFather Leroy Jenkins with 27 points where the season will

Lopez of Daytona and Elijah Emanuel with 20 open two 15.weeks later on November

Beach was winner of District points.
8 Basketball Tournament held The basic framework for the 3 y

In Bunnell last week end. SALT WATER hunting season was establish. L

Nine teams participated in the ed at a meeting of the Game I s,
tournament. PROBLEMS AIRED .and Fresh Water Fish Commission .

in Tallahassee February ,
Father Lopez defeated AT HASTINGSAt 1
;Southwestern of Deland in 18.
teh finals on Saturday night FISHING. LINE la meeting in Hastingslast The season for deer turkey

therfflnals; on Saturday' night By' APZamba Thursday representativesfrom and bear is scheduled to close L

"" ',Bunnell Cagers were eliminated Week Ending March. 1, 1969 the h-County area pre. January 4, except in North. ,
Friday In semI finals Flaglsr Beach Pier sented problems of salt 'water west Florida where the sea

in one of the most exciting taoklf Intrusion in agricultural .water son will continue through ,
Clint Mosler at the
games of the tournament and expressed the hope that January 18. The season for ,,1
shop mentioned the fishinghas
Federal State and local
when they were defeated by agencies quail and squirrel will close
started to pickup, besides
Deland Southwestern by a 68- ... might make suggestions February 22, except in North .
whiting being take1's'+ High
70 score. Bunnell led at the both short'and. long range" west Florida where hunting Flying !
good catches of weakfish. The that would alleviate or reduce 'J.taok "Mr. Universe
half-time and the lead passed will be allowed through March
back and forth until the last weakfish are hitting the Sea. this problem. 1. 196g", established a new rcc- ...

two minutes when, Southwestern also hawk dead or shrimp Nylure on plugs the bot and Specialists from Extension Hunters bag will remain the otd of sorts at Sunken Gardens
Service. University of Florida
took the final lead.
Bunnell took an victory tom. Clint weighed in 6 big Board of Conservation Tallahassee same with the exception of iA St. Petersburg Florida
Crescent sea drum caught at Eau Gal ; Experiment Station wild turkey. The turkey bag when he became; the first persOn -'
over City on
lie Florida last' week. The for the fall hunting season
Thursday night winning by Hastings; and U. S. Geological Co ever see the entire at.traction -
drum were in the 60 Ib. class. was reduced to one per day
89 to 52 score. Father Lopez Survey, Jacksonville} ; were all on a pogo stick. Thepopular
Checking the records the and two for possession and
outclassed Oviedo Friday called upon to make an intensive title holder teaches
first drum of the 68 limit.
season season
: study. .of increasingsalt
night in semi-finals by 101 to '
65 was taken on March 21 so the intrusion in irrigation 'The commission established high school math and science

score. drum fishing should start water in the area and propose a statewide archery hunting wbe be isn't working out in

within a few weeks. recommendations. that growers season 'to open September ,13 ptcparatioa for various 'con-:

BLACXCSREAXrS CAGERS Jack Genung's Fish Camp ranchers and other users and (:continue with daily hunt ,... .1.> _":;:" .'

WIN 114 TO 98 We talked to Jack's wife of water might consider.It ing through October 3.
Mary Jane, and the word she was pointed out that this The ,hunting season for migratory
The Carver Semi-Pro basket-
ball team coached by C. E. gave us, the fishing has not Is.. an all Florida problem'andvarlous..steps.are : game birds: dove MOST ACCIDENTS

Improved around the area, :of being. taken waterfowl, snipe and wood
Blackshear won a ,high scor the camp. over 'the statfe" .to cope with. cock' will be established later occua CLOSE

ing when game they: Wednesday defeated Daytona night Devil's: w Fish, Camp high salt concentrations.'' .. in the. year as regul tlonframewodcs'a.rQ TO HOME
Pressing' for action were ,. ..
f Beach, Blue Devils by 114 to Truman owner,of.-the camp, TAP ColJ1Jrllt e' tiom'.Flag.l' received from '
% the U: S. Fish and Wildlife The :Florida: Highway, .Patrol .
98. The game was played. In was not available for Information ler, St. Johns' ,and Putnam .
that locals residents.
Daytona Beach. about (fishing. Counties.. Local Bert: ce. said today :
Aaron McKinnon..scored 60 'Blag's Fishing Resort .. s 'Don representatives : Regulations tor. wildlife .,,not out-of. %steute >,drlVters.
.were ,Jordan County;,
Involved in the greatmajorIty
points during the Those management'areas will be set ate
game. ,
It seems Mr. Lowe, Jax/-was Agent; Tllman Robinson and .
.scoring 13 points each were the next meeting'of:the Com of. accidents:"In :the
the only one who had 'any .. Russell Parsons Soil Conservation -
,Ernest .. state.. e ': I'j :' :
i Johnson Curtis .Murphy mission in
Homasassa Springson
luck with blues 1 trout Service and .
20 2. *; ; Bobby KlrkmanDi
Colonel H, -N. *
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Dear- Editor: ...1" a' ;jI '

i" '"' As Chairman\ the : 1968

Christmas. Seal Campaign. :lor'

c the Spaceport Area, .comprising

Prevard, Flagler and Vo-
lusia Counties I am writingto'

/ ecpres.sour' appreciationfor
: : I the fine publicity support '

'. 8 the Flagler Tribune has given

'; us in our drive for funds
to support the '1969.1970 pro..
i' grams of the Spaceport Area
( Tuberculosis and Respiratory.

; No.l Tourist Attraction. Disease Association. "
: As our campaign draws to

its official 1 termination on 31
# ; ,; : March we wish to ''thank
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,, .: .: : Chevrolet Sports-Recreation Dept. every one of the ,33,825 contributors --_

.. I '. 4. .. ., Who have generous.
t. '
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,.i If'1'i"\rJ\ t'M:
.: tributions for the whole area
i : !of. .I to date amount to 9567300._..

.. This is 103% of the total,for

; .., :' : ';: ''' 1967. However, we are still \;

:\ : ..: .:. .. .;} : \ .. $1,326.00 short of reaching our

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