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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: March 13, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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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. 12 THURSDAY. 'MARCH 13, 1969 S3.53: A YEAR- .,

F. B. Commission C. OF C. HONORS BUNNELL'S NEW CITY COMMISSIONERS School Board '

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Unable To STAR STUDENTAND
Purge '.. Ponders .,
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Voters ListThe TEACHER, .. : ( .. .. ;; .. '
Board ., :; :X ..... .\ .!: '* Funds Cut
Flagler: Beach City At a meeting pf, the. .' )ilt.: a The Flakier Countv School "i i
Commission discussed purging .of Directors of the' Flagler $ .. { .
adv' d of
Board has been s \ the city's registrationbooks Chamber of Commerce Tues : 1
I reduction of anticipated state
at their meeting Thursday day evening President L. E. ,-
funds I'n' the amount of more
I night but took no adtion. Wadsworth presented Robert ,... ""f",, ': than $30,000. This will be a

. The city's attorney told the Creal with the Star Student .
be
I 7 .i reduction in state funds to
commislon 'he found. no authority Award and Mrs. Keene Gur- received during this fiscal
,! in the City Charter nee with the Star Teacher '' school '

whereby the,reg stratiol'\ books Award.' 111.J. "Funds'year.have to be estimated
could be purged The city's .
at the beginning of the
44 year old charter was revised Wadsworth pointed out that 3".tvv 1Y school
year". SuperintendentJim
in 1965 but Crealhad been a well rounded -
provisionswere
no "
made; for purging the student as well as an honored Craig said, "and, are recalculated -
scholar. He was on the.track during the year on
voters list. Further study on MryM .,
the basis of actual average
team member' of. Beta.
the matter will be made by
the attorney. Club, delegate' to Boys State daily attendance (ADA)".
"Our enrollment and ADAdecreased"
.
representative on. Student
In other actions the- commissfon -
Council, president of Foreign Craig said, "so

APPROVED: the purchase of Language Club and a patrol Earl Rice; rj and Cary Holland 1, top vote getters in the that Instead of receiving

library books amounting leader in Boy Scouts.. City's March: 6.ejection will be seated for ''two year terms when 60.68 units as anticipated we .
shall receive 57.76 units.In .
only
$16.07. Mrs. Gurnee was selectedby the City Commission meets April 7. Ed Zeller, center will servea
TOOK NO ACTION recommendations Star Student Creal to be tern't. Zeller and Shelton Brooks dollars, this means we
on one year each received the shall lose In of "
excess $30,000.
the Star Teacher of the .
a concerning year.'Framed same number; of votes for the third seat on the commission. It was noted that classroom
"
plaques were presented '
campers camp-trailers and Zeller Was declared winner of the after the commissioners
race teacher units are based on 27 '
to Creal and Mrs. Gurnee.
advertising submitted by the Attending the presentationwere received Brooks. Jetter of,withdrawal at a special meeting Thurs- students to a class. At Flag
Beach ,Board.
Planning
Flagler
Mr. and. Mrs. Charles day night. ler Beach there is one class
AUTHORIZED street
light
a Creal, parents of Robert Creal, with 7 students and another
to be placed on an existing OFFICE OE THE MAYOR with 13. There are two fourth
light pole at the north prop- Keene Gurnee, School Superin' F. B. Lions
grade classes in Bunnell Elementary
erty line of Snack ,Jack Res- tendent and Mrs. James O. CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH
taurant. Craig and Supervising Principal .. DiscussAuxiliary ,,, No. 1 with 17 pupils.
Cliff McGriff. ,FLORIDAPROCLAMATION There are six teachers at
,INSTRUCTED: city attor-
resolution After the presentation.. the Flagler Beach Elementary
ney'to prepare a on
? school while the state will approve
regular Board of. Directors'
instigating eminent domain .
only four units Because
proceedings for land situatedease meeting of the Chamber off WHEREAS, ;;, ,Good vision is a Flagler Beach Lions Club of small classes in Bunnell ,
I tHigh
of Hwy. A-1 A oppositethe Commerce was held. The,president precious, gift bestowed by members warned Mrs. Andrew School there
are more
City Park In ''Block 8, read a listing of' 'committee God and nature upon all Jansio chairman of the Lions teachers
assigned than there
'
Moody Subdivision. appointments ,and mankind;,'and; Auxiliary at their meeting
are units approved bythe .
AUTHORIZED: the City stated they would be mailed. WHEREAS.. Our'eyes' : are win- Monday'night at Rogers .Restaurant State. .

Clerk' to! obtain prices for, replacing to the membership. dows of lfght'thro\igh whichwe at Flagler Beach.. :An Craig Informe' the Board i

wiring in, the pier. A committee was,appointed..to see and understand each Auxiliary' Is' being \organizedby that they,might 'be ,able to-reduce :
building'and for tires for thecity's for ''business other and;: enjoy the beautyof the Beach club and those f'
arrange a expenditures to' absorb
.
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police car.APPROVED., the world*ln which we' interested are askedto con.
mens breakfast at Flagler the"loss this school ,term "Or., .
; purchasing Beach' in ,the' near future. The live; andWHEREAS .. tact .Mrs.: ; Jansic.- ... wemlght have to borrow mon ..

I drapes for the election tables. committee included<<; Howard ,, k TJie, ruthless Walter Ramsey: .of,Flagler, ey to finish the ,term" Craig '

_-__ --.AUTH01U2EDthe'C1tt.; .Clerk: LrlrchL.Q.7Church..R..n: :.-Me-i ,._tJuea .. L-DKlidnes :.... .- ',8eaeiL3poke; t9-.,the, !91S".o' :uide.d" : : ;I ,
to, publish ,notice on'the' speC. Nib and'' Johw* A. Clegg, all creasing' th.o'f,1'kt'at, least' the a'bol1tlon.pf.arrunerc' : Ii 1''. One,"f thecourses: -=- open' 'fu,_ 111"."

ial acts on zoning powers-.,-.annexation Chamber members who have half 'of blindness Is due (fishing In' ithe Flagler Beach the Board; for next year is to .
*
'powers'etc direct interest In business at to negledt..and for that reason Inland Waterways. consolidate either or both

TABLED two proposals sub. Fligler. Beach. 'I .. ..., Is: needless; and The nominating committee Flagler Beach Elementary and
mitted for acoustical. ceiling In J.II.; WHEREAS We owe It'' to our presented, the following slateof Bunnell : Elementary No. 2

the Municipal RecreationHall selves and our loved ones to officers for 1969.70: President (formerly Carver) with Bun.._
J & J Products, $643 and Jack Abbott; 1st vice nell
REV. .PINNER TO BE : recognize the wisdom of Elementary No. 1. '-.
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Sound Control $531. protecting' vision, *> to join president, Charles Wendlandt; The possibility of later expansion :,
BAPTIST CRUSADE fully in the batttle against 2nd vice president, Robert of the Flagler Beach

Norman Garrett:. .SPEAKER blindness'and to leam how Law; 3rd vice-president, Floyd' School was ruled out since

Reverend Thomas N. (Tom) to take care of'our.'eyes and Hurl; secretary, Keene Gur the State Department of Edu-

Sentenced To Pinner, pastor of Hialeah Baptist the eyes of*our children. nee;; treasurer,. Paul Burge; cation had stated in several

Church in Miami, will be NOW THEREFORE In cooperation lion tamer, Andrew Jansic; school surveys that no funds .
YearsNorman I evangelist for Crusade of the with The' Florida tail twister, GeorgeStrick could be expended for expansion
Twenty Americas Revival to be held Lions Foundation for the land< ; 2 year trustees, Bill Barr of the present school site.

Grant Garrett, 28, at the First Baptist" Church at Blind, and the Flagler.Beach to and Floyd Gossoll; and 1 The present site has seven !

Burns, Oregon, was sentencedto Bunnell from March 23rd thru Lions Club, by virtue of the year trustee. Jack Petit.: usable acres.

20 years in Raiford Penitentiary 28th. authority vested in me as Lions discussed progress on The Board instructed the

Monday afternoon by Mayor of Flagler Beach, their new quarters at the superintendent to further Investigate '

Circuit Court Judge William Florida, hereby designate Milland' Hotel. The club will the cost of moving
Wadsworth. March 10 through March 17, occupy the north side of the certain usable classrooms

Garrett was one of' two 1969 as"SIGHT building. from Carver and a method of

hitchikers who ,killed two' :SAVING: WEEK" financing the project. It was

teenagers ,and dumped their and I. call 'Upon my fellow O. E. S.. STUDIES'ATTENDANCE' the expressed intent of the I

bodies in a'' wooded area at ,citizens of this community' to Board to further Inform the

Favorita in November 1967. conserve the vital resources of The Bunnell Chapter of the public when they had available I

Two and one-'half' years of good vision by ,learning the Eastern Star'' met Tuesday Intforma/tion. / which would

Garrett's 20 year's sentence, 'habitS of good' eye care, and night and discussed attend- enable 'reaching a decision.

will be served concurrently by, supporting 'research efforts ance and ways of improving The resignation of Sam j

with' a. five year conviction on : which will help all men attendance'at meetings. Visit' Fleeger as art !teacher at Bun-
a federal charge of interstate enjoy ten blessing of healthy ing-from Barberville were Mr. nell High School was accept.
and Mrs; Milton Freedman.Mrs. ed. I
transportation of a stolen 'vehicle eyesight.IN .
the car used In the murder WITNESS WHEREOF, I Margaret Jenkins, Upon recommendation of I

case. have hereunto set my hand Flagler Beach, was. acceptedas Superintendent Jim Craig the I
Garrett appeared before U. and caused to be affixed a new member. Initiation Board unanimously reappointed -

S. District Judge Charles <' Seal of the City 'of Flagler date will' be, announced later. Cliff McGriff as Supervis .
Beach this 7th The Chapter was invited to ing Principal and
Scott In Jacksonville Friday ,day of Hugh Morgan 1
and pleaded, guilty to Jhe In. March :1969.Herbert New Smyrna Saturday, March ; as General Supervisor.
15th for, "their installation of
terstate transportation charge. Fuller., MayorD. Teacher appointments will
officers. The is invited.A .
public be considered. at a later meet-
LEGION report was given which Ing. ,
AMERICAN noted the Illness of several

WILL CELEBRATE O. EVERHART members, Mrs. Carolyn Scott, .

50th ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Naomi Hosford. Mrs. Xf\V rl NbA
Past Department Commander REV." TOM PINNER PASSED AWAY Pauline Magee ''and Shelton DANcE

Bill Edwards of Daytona The Crusade of Americas is SUNDAY AFT.D. Brooks.A Veterans of Foreign Wars
will be the keynote memorial gift was sent in '
Beach a 'program of educational completed plans for a "Crack-
speaker at the American Leg?. evangelism launched by O. Everhart 65, passed memory ,of Haskell Dorsey, er Dav Dance" at their meet.

ion Post 115 Fiftieth Annie twenty ..mllllon'Baptists in away Sunday afternoon at his husband of Mrs. Billy Whita-- ing Monday night. The annual .

versary Celebration Monday, North, Central and, South home. 128 Palm Circle, Flagler ker Dorsey, who is a memberof event wilL be March 22

night at the .Bunnell ,Civic America, which will continue Beach. : the Bunnell Chapter O. E. S. at 8 p. m. at the Bunnell Civic

Center. The dinher-meeting' is thru the, Summer of 1969. The x He was born In' Lexington, Center. Commander Danny
scheduled to start at 7 p. ,m. theme of the crusade is N. C. and moved to Flagler TIDE TABLETides Johnston presided.

Officers of the newly organ- "Christ, The Only Hope". Beach'4 years' ago from Spring for March 13-19 Dance committee membersare
ized American Legion Auxiliary Lake, N. C. ,He was a retired Day A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. T A. Jones chairman;

will be elected and, Installed Reverend :Piimerwas: pastor realtor.He 13 3:54 4:24: 10:18: 10:30 Harold Ramsey Dale Brown,

by Mrs. Lillian Weathers of'tlus FIrst' Baptist Church of is survived 'by his ,wife, 14 '5:00. 5:30: 11:18 11:30 ,Jack Petit and J. B. Pellicer.

Orange, Park, Fifth ,Dis- Bunnell for many years be, Agnes,' Flagler Beach. 15 6:00: 6:30 12:01: 12:12 Tickets for, the dance may be
trict Auxiliary President. fore moving to Miami. ServIces Funeral services,will be 'In 16' 6:54 7:18 12:24: 1:00 obtained from anyVEWjmemJesse -

All members, their families 'will be held at 7.30 'p. m. Fayetteville, N.C. Craig Funeral 17' 1:42 8:06 1:18: .1:42 feer. j ,;f<,t: J .

and guests,are.expected to at. Sunday thru Friday, beginning Home, Bunnell, is. in 18. 8:3O.: .... 8:48 2:06: 2:24: V.'Knox .was...welcome"
.
.. ,
.' March 23.' '.*'* of local arrangements. 19 9:06' '
tend. charge : 9:30: 2:48: 3,00, ed as a new member. ,,,
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3Jflugbr QTrlbuneINCORPOUATED THURS. MARCH 13. 1969 2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
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Entered as second class matter
February 6. 1918. at the post-
UUNNBE.. FLORIDA office at Bunnell, Florida, under ,
_. :
BEEF
Act of March 3, 1876. Choice Juicy
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JOHN A. CLJ3QO '
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Editor and Publisher 100 Per Copy

BKTTB1: S. :McDANIEL One Year _.-,-:1.3" O.CWIMQ. I Short Ribs
News Editor Six Mosth.-...:1-""

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De..t > |M| I.ercnl Adrert.I?. .-.00 Per Year. _____

EDITORIALAREA lb. 39

WITH A FUTUREWe

believe that -the future development of Flagler County
will be'on the'East Coast and that Flagler Beach will be the U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING" ,

center of considerable growth.
The East Coast of Flagler County has some of the best un- \ '
developed ocean frontage left In Florida. It Is a natural for the RIB ROAST Ib.

scene of residential and tourist development.We .. .
can see several areas In which newly elected City Com 89'c

mission of Flagler Beach can more adequately meet the chal- U. S. D. A.. Choice
lenge facing them. This writer is not an outsider butting in
with his ",two cents worth." He has been,a summer resJdent for

nearly ler Beach.fifty years, and he owns a home and a business at Flag- RIB STEAK lb.

The greatest asset of course, is the beautiful beach. ,People-
come from miles around to enjoy the beach. This past summerwe ,

heard many visitors' complain about how -dirty the beach Fresh Florida "Grade A" (4-7 lb. Average) .,.....
was. Careless persons would throw refuse and broken bottleson
the beach and allow their dogs to contaminate the beach'

where sunshine.We small. children played and oldsters lay in the beaming BAKING HENS Ib. 39Zuber's <

do not know how to regulate cleanliness of a beach, but,
like controlling the safety on the beach the city has the prob-
lem of promoting a cleaner beach. "
The city park has been a controversial subject! for many PURE PORK" Streak O'Lean
years. Now that,the legal aspects are settled the City of Flagler
Beach has the opportunity to make it, the.most beautiful spoton SMOKED SAUSAGE WHITE BACON
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the east coast of Florida. A start has been. ., made with the
proposed fountain.As ,11;.. SSe lb. 38e
we have commented before there is a need for a face <
lifting of some of :the uptown area. Dilapidated and vacant
buildings do not enhance the development of a progressive LEAN WESTERN "CENTER CUT"!
community The city hall complex is both beautiful and utilitarian. -
..'The pier. building :is attractive and a financial asset to the

city- Apparently, some pressure must be brought upon the com PORK CHOPS lb. 68
pany that contracted, to furnish cable TV in Flagler Beach as
well as :'Bunnell. This would improve the pleasantry of .residential '-

living. ..
The city commission Itself needs to continue to improve its
"esprit de corps". A commission that,is the center of feuds, bick- ..., .. '
ering, and unmannerly conduct does not have the confidenceof Small Meaty. v :
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the people, neither is it conducive to,new residential and tour .. SPARE RIB' Ib. 63 "
ist development.. (Ideal for Bar>B-Q) .

We believe considerable improvement has been made during

the past year Ini the conduct of city'business. We would just Bush's Showboat No. 2V Can
love to see a continued' cooperative spirit engendered, not only
between the commissioners, -but, :also; between .the' commission. : AND 1 BEANS- .Z'.For '::3ge I _'.MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
and the citizens. -' '
.John A. Clegg Miracle 'Whip, Quart Jar

. AN EXPLANATION SALAD DRESSING '
49C
Ea. lb. gAll
.Just before we went to press last Wednesday we checked J. Tin 4 e
with the Mayor of Bunnell to obtain for our readers the latest Flavors 46 .oz. Can

development In the tie vote of the city election.We Hawaiian PUNCH 3 For 89e Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
had learned Tuesday night after the election that the
procedure for determining the outcome of the tie vote mightbe Martha White
a drawing. We also knew that the Reverend Shelton Brooks SELF lb.
made the statement that he would not participate In a drawing.The RISING MEAL S Bag 39 e KRAFT'S MARGARINE
Mayor requested the press not to use this ''Informationuntil
16 6-Pak Carton Plus Dep.
the city's attorney could 'be consulted. We acceded to this oz.
request. SEVEN UP Each 49C PARKA
Wednesday afternoon we checked with the Mayor to see
if any Information was available for our readers. We were 1 lb.
Informed In the negative and led to.believe. there probably DIXIE CRYSTAL 29'sSUGAR
would be a run-off election. In'Qtrs.
What we did not know until we had gone to press and
picked up a Daytona Beach dally, was that the city's attorney,
according to that newspaper had released the information to FROZEN FOODS -
them to.the effect<< that he was advising the Bunnell City Com
mission the tie vote would be settled by a drawing., 5 Bag 37e Mrs. Paul's Famify PACK
Apparently the other four members of the commission were Each
not. advised of this opinion. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FISHSTICKS 5ge
Incidentally, while we acknowledged that the drawing is
the legal way of deciding the victor of a tie vote in the city Frosty AcresBABYLIMAS 10 oz. Pkg.
election, we do not believe this to be a very equitable way to FRESH PRODUCE For
decide an election. We understand several of the commissionersare : Z 3ge

interested, in, studying a revision of the city charter. VirginiaAPPLES ,
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.John A. Clegg ---- 4 Bag 5ge
both ,Jupiter and Venus, talk. : BAKE RiTELETTUCE
ed with the people there, even Large Iceberg .
Too Late visited some in .their homes. For
They are no different than Z 49e '
lb.
I To I those you 'meet on the street
ClassifyBy 3
every day. Golden Ripe Tin 390BANANAS
If will check
Russell Kay you your post. Ibs.
al guide or a map of the state Z Z5e Limit
I.
If someone approached you with $5.00
and confidentially whisperedIn you will find both ,Jupiter and or-more food order
Venus listed. People live there
"I nativeof
your ear am a
Jupiter and my friend hereis Just as they do in Tampa,
.Jacksonville or Miami.
from Venus. your first reaction -
,would probably be :to But let's look nationwideand
send for the guys with the see, what we find. If peo-
white coats and have the couple ple can say they came from
put away. Next thing, Jupiter and Venus, and proveit 1
be how about the rest of the
they might Inviting you to
planets, the Earth Itself the
their
for
enter flying} saucer a
the sun and, the moon?
trip beyond beyond.But
keep your cool, brother You will find an Earth, a
they could be telling the truth Sun and every planet in thesolar
and be able to prove it with- system represented to
say nothing of the moon and
There
difficulty.
out are quitea
few people right here in asteroids. It seems that over OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
the years we have made a 8OO a.m.-IOO p.m.
Florida who could make and U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
substantiate such ,claims. habit,.**,of.>. naming. towns after Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good March .
personally, I have visited (Continued on page 3) 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, 1969el


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"CORRECTING; :THE 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TIIURS.. MARCH 13. 1969

CLASSIFIED Social LANDMARK"Last RESIDENT'S .
Security He was employed by the
ADVERTISINGTROPIC I ) week we carried a pic FATHER DIES IN City of Holly Hill for 32 years.
N-E-W-S ture "Landl'lWU'kBelng: Razed". He retired in 1963. lie served:

lv We asked 'a number of "old. DAYTONA., BEACH as a Holly Hill School Trustee;
iI timers". about the history of President of Holly Hill Ceme-
O. I two ,
? am twenty. years the old building. J. E. Slzemore 75, long time
Assn and was a mem-
old and in automobile Florida.tery ; ,
was
an
resident of Holly Hill,
Since carrying the story we ber and chairman of the board
aqcldent. Doctors have told me
died Friday at Halifax Hospit
have been informed that J. D.
., of Christ United Methodist
: that I will walk again.I .
BREEZE NURSERY never Barber built thehouse: In 1912. al, Daytona Beach;He was the .
Let us help beautify Flagler have worked for the past The Barbers lived in the house father of Mrs. Leslie Tucker.Chureh.
County. Large variety of'ever two years. Can I receive social seVeral' years before selling it and Bobby Slzemore, both of Funeral services were last
security disability benefits?. at Daytona Beach.
greens palms hedge plants. to the W. H. Cochranes. The Bunnell. Monday
5% miles S of Bunnell on A. A recent change in the Cochranes sold'the house to
Social Security Law permits
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc the C. A. Smiths. After that it
payments to young disabled Astronauts'View From the Universe i
was purchased by the T. E.
workers. In as .
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain some cases
fields Installed; Rota-Roter little as 1 and Ya years of covered to Holdens the Bunnell who recently First Baptist sold it Shows It Like It Is J
needed. You
snail shell. Reasonable prices. earnings are Church. II I
Call George Jarosz 437.3410 should get in touch with the I
8-1-tf nearest social security officeas
soon as possible to determine TWO RESIDENTS
FOR SALE-One 2-bed room if benefits can be paid to
house, nice $5500. One 4-bed- KILLED IN 'WRECK

room 2 baths %! block from you.Q.. I will be 65 soon. I earn Mrs. Lortnle Mae Spearmanand

ocean; 100 ft. lot $8500.. Call $10OOO per year and will continue Mrs. Maybelle Grant residents -
4392317. Feb. 6, TFC to do so for several more of Bunnell were killedin
years. Should I apply for social
FOR SALE-4 lots 1 Block an auto crash on Highway I
CentralAve. security now? 92 near Deland Friday afternoon -
from ocean on North
A. You should apply duringthe ,
Call Caldwell Realty 3 months before the monthof
L. R. Davis principal of a
438-2100. Feb. 20. 4tc.
65th birthday. True
your Volusla County school, driverof
ZIG-ZAG FOR $43 your earnings are too high,for the second car received injuries
SEWING MACHINE. Guaran you to receive monthly cash and was hospitalized.The .

teed. Does everything makes checks. However the benefits third car which was
buttonholes sews on buttons, of, Medicare are available to trying to pass Davis apparently VIEW OF ElIRTN FROM MOON ,

ZlgZa2S.makes designs etc. you at 65 regardless of the struck (the side of the Bun- r Moon mapping was the essential Schirra's Mercury Sigma 7 craft
amount of but
Pay 'balance $43 at $8 per your earnings :Ti month. Phone COLLECT Day- you must: file for Medicare to be thrown out of control assignments the blad space models are like
benefits to be for
tona Beach: 2523901. Will deliver them.;: eligible 'and thereby causing it to :astronauts had during the those made professional: and
no obligation. swerve into the path of the mission. This 'the '
Q. I oecame an ordained 'Apollo; was amateur use. The,controls care
4 tc Feb. 27Mar. 20 the official NASA
reason 're- larger for the astronauts'glovedhands
minister In 1968. I would like TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .
_...
lease called the,deep :: 'and,
CONSOLE MODEL STERO to have my earnings as a min. apace they are anodlzed
Like'new.. Auto. record changer. ister count for ,social security .(Continued from page 2) !probe the moat Important photographically ;:against.glare.They perform the j

Multi-speed. Balance of purposes. How do I do this? heavenly bodies so that no of any manned_ same:In apace as,they do on
"
$68 or assume $8 per month A. Your earnings as'a matter where someone tells *Slight to date. (earth which is;why NASA narrowed ,

payments. Phone COLLECT clergyman are covered for all you they came from they can JR. aeries ,of photographs ,exposed Its choice,to only theTHasselblad.NASA ,,'j,
Daytona Beach: 252.3901. Ask years ending after 1967 unless verify (their claim.I ,at twentysecond'Interval.e reports their ;
for Credit Manager. Will de- you apply for and are'grantedan was recently introduced to ,were the most,valuable ofthe'over'l000 :flawlesaperformance., has; Y

liver, no obligation. A-1 Mu- exemption by Internal a man who can claim that he :; taKen during,the ,already.Desalted in.over 400O
S
sic Center. '519 Volusla Ave.. Revenue 'Service. These earnings visited-the'Earth, the Sun the six-day flight.;AstrogeoldgUts :;photographs. t' .S
Beach. are considered self-em Moon and ;:will use them for accurate mappIng Still :
'Daytona every planet in our photographs: !Brought:
4tc Feb. '27.March 20 ployment Income for social se universe along with a number and: Investigative_ jur-' back from.the early flights were 1.
.
bed"- curity purposes. The social security 'of asteroids and' spots of,questionable -pose* only.considered added"plusesbut t,
,HOUSE FOR SALE-2 contribution'' is paid :The Swedish-made camera
existehce. turned out to be of incxeas4ng t
rooms--CBS house with carport once a year with your federal 'The chap I mention appear. NASA uses was automatically lm.porianc.They have

utility room and fenced 'Income tax return. You should ed recently on,the Joe Pyne tripped by'a programed;timer. been'used.atud1ea1ram.determining I
yard. Corner lot attractively file your Income tax on Form television show and explainedthat The timer drawing:Its power geological structures

landscaped. Reasonable. Call 1040. Attach Schedule C and his hobby was to, travel from the camera;opened thecamera's to rerouting commercial shlpplng. ti!
4373138. 3-13,20,27 434tc.. C-3, making the'SeU.employmeDlt shutter at ,the right .'
sure that to every place that was nam times 'but ,the : Now the Apollo 8:photoi l
astronauts adjusted
FOR ,SALE-2 beauty shop Income formon ed for a heavenly body. He the 1graphswill i ,help,land a man,onrvthe
opening
.. the Schedule C-3 Is com did and has records to manually 'I'
home proveit. moon.
; for
hair
dryers- good
of ,
Instead fixed
pleted. :; using a ,setting
Use, $5 and $15. Givens Beauty Q.. I 70 Then he found that just :as usuaL.During the.sequence With the almost 500 photos j

Shop Flagler Beach. 4392312. covered am by both years old of Med.and world about is every country in the shooting the astronauts used a ,taken,during the,.sequence, as- I
'Mar. 13. Itc.: parts represented by a town have clear
twin for troqeologlats sharp
camera
: photograph.ing.posslble
? icare. I was in the, hospital or;:city inthl$,,gauntry. Count'less : hook! at.themoon's surface for '
FOR SALE--Scuba equipment. for 2 weeks last year and the foreign cities have duplicates ;landing.sites. :"the.first vtlmo.Each photograph, '
Victor adding machine; Rem- :hospital insurance paid all in the United States. ; % and
hasa'50io,60 overlap
ington portable typewriter but $40 of my hospital bill. I His means limited he work. ii it i are to be stereographlcally
standard typewriter. non- am now in the hospital again ed during the'wint'er and ;
,the.
'electric car cooler. 'English and expect to stay 2 weeks. traveled during'the 'summer, Flected.InFThis;
racing bicycle and other Will I have to pay the deduct- hitchhiking when he could ;can and'depth'ofaurfacefeaturea be determined. : .. 5
Items. George Reed. Call 439- ible again?' 'and paying pasabge'on steam ,
2290. Mar.. 13 Itc A. If more than 60 days have ers or planes to move from f.. "What".make.lthet Apollo.8
elapsed, since you were in the continent to continent. He car { .photographs more.exciting than
BUSINESS hospital ,or In an extendedcare ried letters from governors, i,any others:is:looking at the
facility you began a new mayors and officials of sister earth as planet In Its universe
OPPORTUNITIES benefit period when you 'entered cities and has..been all over ,-- tfr; ,setting forthe, first timel Apollo8's
$ $ .$ $ $ $ $ the hospital this time. the world spreading friendshipand '' historic mission: .has given

LUCRATIVE BUSINESSFull In 'this: case you will have to goodwill. J have heard :of 'The,camera, the'..Hasselblad us'all a chance,to feel the way
pay a new deductible. Last a lot of hobbles but pever one. .EL 70,la,the electric version:of ,Columbus did discovering a
or parttlme. never offered year you paid a $40 deductible. like this. '* the one astronauts have.been new world.And to thInk.we are

in this area before something This year deductible But I am discounting flying I using for still photography on ,only on,our,way to discovering
completely new and amount is $44. saucers, for' in :my book any. till'their flights, since Walter the universe 1 '
non-competitive. Will earn thing is possible and any 4
someone a small fortune. Min State racing taxes supplied thing can happen. Right now

imum investment of $898.50 almost $2 million to Florida's scientists of,.the world are con '

required, which is fully secur- 67 counties during the month" cerned about radio signals BINGO 8:00 P. M ,
ed. This is definitely a once of January Comptroller FredO. coming from outer space that

In a' lifetime opportunity. I (Bud) Dickinson recently' indicate Intelligent direction. -

ask you to investigate and revealed. So-called flying saucers con-
then decide. Phone Daytona V"'I tinue to appear (throughoutthe TONIGHT (Thursday) .

collect 2556431. 3-13 2O, 2tc. O. F. ALFORD world and no explanationhas
FREE REFRESHMENTS f
.
been forthcoming.Keep
SINGER zigzag .' .1968 model Registered your fingers crossed. FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL
used less than three
Smart as we think we are and
SPONSORED BY-
Real Estate Broker .
months. .guarantee..Makes as possessed "of know-how

buttonholes, fancy stitches Bunnell Florida there are plenty of things we Disabled American Veterans
sews on .
darns monograms learn.
still have to
buttons without attachments.Pay .... ='"-:.;- Jim Booe Chapter No. 86
balance of $44 or 6 pay. -
NO MINORS ALLOWED
ments at $8 a month. For more

Information, call 734.0018 or .
write Service Sewing CenterP. NOTICEPursuant ,
O. Box 393, Deland Florida -
32720. March 13, TFC to provisions, as set forth in Florida I BUNNELL :CUSTOM KITCHENS, 3

Statutes Chapter 193.201, as amended by the '
1O7 N. ,Bay St. P. O. Box 657
1967 Legislature, each'property Owner, Lessee or
,HASTINGS MATTRESS Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment BUNNELL, FLORIDA

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS, shall fill out a prescribed form. FREE ESTIMATES
710.12 Lemon St. This application pertaining to Florida Stat-

Pnlatka. Florida utes 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricultural BAR FIXTURES '- BUILT-IN KITCHENS

Phone EA 5-9166 Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and ;BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS '

Furniture. Upholterlng has no relationship to the County Zoning of land LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

Repaired') : & Refinished use. Office 'Credenzas and Adjustable Sh lvingBATH'RQOM
Mattresses A Box Springs Property owners must file this applicationeach '
Made to Order. Also Renovated year to the County Tax 'Assessor, ,between, VANITIES BREAKFAST BARS i

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

Altar 6:00 P. M. Agricultural Zoning Board may consider' the application FINE HARDWOODS A

PRICES REASONABLE for Agricultural classification. Most orders ,filled within 15 working days. Now Serving
:BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED Application forms are available'at: the Tax
.all areas in 75 mile rad. of Bunnell., ,
Just as near as. your Assessor's Office.
Post Office DONALD R. MOORE CALL. COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 437-3928: .
Phone or '
Drop Us a Card or Call Tax Assessor' :: EVENING PLANNING ':AB gED4.f.1 Kr 'j ,


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GARDEN CLUBBERS- FLAGLER WOMAN'S IDLEWOOD CLUBENTERTAINED

I 4;=:THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TXIURSw MARCH 13. 1969 COUNTRY '
CLUB ,
SEE SLIDES wfas
white
UDC DISTRICT MEET HELD IN BUNNELL AUCTION SAT. Green and the
t County Agricultural Agent color scheme in: the Stefllk
Donald 'Jordan showed slidesof The Flagler Beach Woman'sClub home TuesdaYlleynlng when

European gardens, castles Annual Country Auction\ Mrs. Louis Stefllk,, entertainedthe
and churches to members of will be Saturday. MarWoman's 'IdlewoqcJ' C.lub.. ';>> Mrs. Dale
the Flagler Beach Garden 7:3O: p. m. at Brown, president conductedthe
fa s S n! Club at their'! meeting last Club Building, 1524 'S. Central' I business meeting.
4 Wednesday at the home of Ave. Gilbert Krier will be auc : The Sfa Patrick's Day theme
Mrs. Frank Schwenk. Co-hos tioneer and Mrs. H. d. Heydt was used in the decorationsand

tess was Mrs. Edna Farns- will assist. refreshments. The hos

worth. Highlighting the, annual tess served pie and coffee to
Mrs. Freda Cole, President, event will ,be "scenes from the the members.
was named chairman of a old family album" presentedby Following the business
Games Party the club will Mrs. E. P. Fleurie. Others meeting members enjoyed a

sponsor Friday, March 14 at participating will be Mrs. secret pal anniversary gift exchange -
Hirst B. Burdette, Mrs.E. .
7:30 p. m. at the Flagler Ralph and games party.
Schmidt, Mrs. Thomas Me-'
a Beach Municipal Hall.A Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth won
workshop for memberswas Dermott and Mrs. Charles the door prize.Members .

planned for Tuesday, Sindelar. attending were
March 18 at-9:30 a. m. at the Refreshments wUJ'be serve Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth, Mrs.
home of Mrs. Cole. ed and the public is invited. Chambers Mrs. Dale
Buddy
An Oriental arrangementof There will be no admission
Brown Mrs. Rem Murray, Mrs.
green carnations was presented charge at the door.
Jack Clegg, Mrs. Martin Mc-
by Mrs. Frank Sen- .Daniel, Mrs. Dave Perryman,
wenk. Sixteen members at PINETTES
Mrs. Jimmy Hargett, Mrs. Gordon -

More than seventy members of the United Daughters of the tended. MEET WITH Shields, Mrs. Don Moore

I Confederacy: attended the Annual District Two meeting In Bun- ATTENDS LUNCHEONMiss MRS. CREWS and Mrs. Myrna Knight.
nell Civic Center Thursday. Mrs. Joann Crews entertained
Lucille Walker, Bun- the Pinettes Thursday,eve CONTEST: WINNER IS

/ '. ..";"\\.,<7f",_._",", .-... nell, attended the annual Telephone ning at her home, S. Main St., GUEST OF SENIOR
Pioneers of America Bunnell. The hostess serveda CITIZENS CLUB
luncheon-meeting at the Sand shrimp creole dinner to ten
Guests at the March 4 meeting
Bar members
Restaurant at Port Orange attending.
: Tuesday. Secret pals were revealed of the Flagler. Senior Citizens .
and drawn Club were Miss Kathy
___ 4 new names were
+ Former Bunnell residents for the ensuing year. Mrs. H. Bourne and her mother, Mrs.

+ t Mrs.: D. D. Moody and daughters V. Peavy, president, presided. Lee Bourne, Flagler Beach.
z Iona and Juanita of Or. Miss Bourne was recently
lando spent the weekend In ALLEN KEITH HOFF named Miss Bunnell Hi at the

Bunnell with Mrs Jenny Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoff, Bunnell High School and was
Black. sponsored by the ,Senior Citizens -
Lambert Avenue, Bunnell are
the parents, of a, son, weighing organization. Accompanied
Zachary Holland spent the 5 pounds, 6 ounces, born at the.piano', by Fred
weekend at Athens, Ga. visit. at 1O:11: a. m. Saturday at Fruits, Miss Bourne, sang The
ing his brother Grant Holland. Bunnell General Hospital.He Battle Hymn of The Republic,
the she in the Miss
song sang
has been named Allen '
Bunnell HI contest. She was
,HOSTESSES AT
." ,Keith Hoff.
1i BRIDGELUNCHEONMrs. The maternal grandparentsare presented: with ,a gift from: the
__ Club.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robbins ?
'
Emma' Kulp and Mrs. same song, TheBattle Hymnof
Deen Road,'Bunnell. Mrs. ;)
Helen Jordan were hostessesat The,Republic, that she sangin
Elizabeth Hoff, Miami, is the'
a three'table bridge lunch the Miss Bunnell HI con
Local UDC ,Chapter President Mrs. 'z. G. Holland:' Jr. left, eon Monday.the Kulp-home, paternal grandmother. test. She; was, presented with

chats, with 1, to r, Mrs' Edward Rlenick, Jacksonville, District f 2 1200 S." Central Ave.,, Flagler ATTENDS.FASHION SHOW ac gift of ./the Club.
11 I Director; Mrs. Thomas Lester, Jacksonville Division President; "Beach., ,; There were 60'members present -
Mrs. Holden theguest
Guests at the delightful affair Tom was
for the six o'clock dinner
and :Mrs. Frank 'Woodard Bartow, Vice President.
,
were Mrs., Anita Hirst, of Mrs. Joe Fox, Ormond meeting which was. held in
Mrs., Florence": Schwenk, Mrs. Beach, at teh Dessert-Fashion Fellowship Hall at the Flag.
Carolyn ,Burke. Mrs. Marjorie Show Thursday at the Or ler Beach Methodist Church.

Gage, Mrs. Miargaret Chaffee, mond Beach Woman's Club. Other entertainment was

Mrs. Bess Estes" Mrs. Marion provided by Jerry Davis of
Ingram, Mrs. Carolyn Ervin, VACATIONING AT Flagler Beach who recountedhis
Mrs. Rosely Cameron, Mrs. JAMAICA experiences while travel

Freda Deen 'f1 and ,Mrs.' Jane .Bill,and Mary Lenssen left ing all over the United Stateson

Tingley.. Wednesday for. Jamaica a motorcycle.
where they will spend several The next meeting will be at
WEEKEND GUESTS days vacationing at the island 1:30 P. M. Tuesday, March 18,
Weekend houseguests at the resort. in Community. Hall 'at the
home of Mrs.Daisy BucklesIn Bill's mother, Mrs. N. F. Flagler Beach Municipal
Bunnell were Mr. and Mrs. Lenssen of Darien, Conn and Building. This will be Wendell Hoel'and, Lisa Van- Mary's mother, Mrs. Andrew ,in luncheon with. members
derhoff of Jacksonville; Mr. Paitalak, Trumbull, Conn., will bringing a covered dish and
and Mrs. Jim Barker, Smyrna, babysit with the Lenssen table service- is planned to
Ga. and Mr and Mrs. Joseph ,children, Emily and William, have a state trooper talk on
Gill of Miami. at their home at Von Bulow defensive driving, with square

Ranch. dancing to follow.MANY .
1 LETA KNIGHT
CELEBBATESBIRTHDAY iiraiMHiK) rcmroffla> fflcffl !


Leta Knight celebrated her THANKSTo

Hostesses 1, -to.r. Mrs. M. B. Fuller and Mrs. W. E.: Knight( fifth birthday Wednesday afternoon
I are assisted by Mrs. J. Deeb at the serving table during the at her home on West .
: luncheon. Moody Blvd. in Bunnell.' the Voters of Flagler Beach

A red and blue "Snoopy"
theme was used in 'the party
CAROL PACHE
WEEKEND VISITORSMr. decorations and refreshments.
RECEIVES DIPLOMA Traditional birthday cake, ice
and Mrs. Richard Hos- Bunnell's Carol Pache was HERB FULLERTHANKS
cream and punch was servedto
ford of Lake Placid, Florida, among fifteen students receiving the young guests.
spent ,the weekend In Bunnell diplomas in practical
Joining Leta for the celebration -
visiting his mother, Mrs. G. J. nursing Tuesday evening at were playmates Jill Til-
Hosford and family. the school of sciencesat
applied
ton, Titla Knight, Gina Seale;
Daytona Beach .Junior Col Polly Smith, Carla Byrum and
Billy and Carol Deen and lege. '
Tracey Byrum. ,
daughters of Belle Glade vis- Carol, daughter of Mr. and
ited in Bunnell last week with Mrs. Leslie Pache; is a 1966
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. graduate of Bunnell High doityourselfTHRIFT A MILLION '

W. W. Deen and Mr. and Mrs. School.' ,
J. O. Craig.Mr. .

BUNNELL GENERAL .,For the vote and support you gave

and Mrs. Charles Kran- .
ski have returned to their HOSPITAL COIN CAR WASH me in the March 4 election

home at Korona after spending .ADMITTED.: "
ten days at Sayville, N. Y. '- -
Stella Jones, Freddie Lee 25-
Jones,* Mary EL Branmam, Na
VISITS FLORIDAMrs. than McCall Amy Taylor EARL E. RICEThanks

Clifford Hlgginbotham* Anna Famous pressure spray
George Carter, Lambert .
gives your car a "long-lost-:
Hoff, W, J.Jackson; Catherine
Ave., Flagler Beach David, and Bowen, Mollle ,hope Phillip tag lustre" . leaves likeDeW'
her houseguests, Mrs.
Mann Baby Boy Hoff, Joseph'Fairish ; again. New can washed
Hicks, Mrs. Harry Nissen and
with Thrlft-T scientific
regularly -
Mrs. Russie Astley, spent the Madelyn Neely, Essie
formula. do not need to
Mae Smith, Inez Poole
Agnes
weekend and
visiting sight
be waxed,or polished. .ever.
seeing ami. at Key West and Ml Priscilla Everhart,McCabe Baby Girl Fraser Poole Sul-, Come on out and try it. to the ,people of '

l1van/MYrtle Whitlow. Beach for their
;:' Flagler
3 '
VISITING PARENTS DISCHARGED: : '. THRIFTCAR _

Linda Fontaine ,- vote and support the
James ,
Mrs. Harry Gignac and; Rosj.coe' + ,
t t;: .
Lynn, Louis L. Ouellettl,
children of Cincinnati. Ohio
visited In Bunnell last week Vonnie Pitts, Austle Durrance;; WASHUS recent City 'Election.: ctll.d,_ '

with her parents, Mr. and.Mrs' .1 I Dorothy Barber, Glenda Pelll< 1BUNNELL I ':.'" .
Bob Cook and family. eerT Luta Guillette, John Hen i/ '-
Other guests :at the Cook derson, James Hall, Nagl Abraham FLORIDAP. MARGE GIVENS '\{y',; ':

home St nday' Were Mr. and Lottie Hall, Ruby,.Re.' S.. Don't forget to 'do your
Mrs. Robert Cook and son of pcik, Mary Ann Meekins, Or- laundry at Amy's Laundry. \
Gainesville. viI Decker, Beverly Crouch. .
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THURS.. MARCH 13.. 1969 DAV PRIZE"WINNER ;
-- --. i near streets and highways. If Increase the hazards as they

CALENDAR Parrlsh children are too intent on may act as an electrical,conductor
OF Joseph ,
YOUTH CRUSADES I Beach, received notification Flagler he watching their kites, they may or' ground for the

EVENTS ':' walk or back Into the path of charge. <
AGAINST was winner ,of,.-.the National
a motor vehicle and be killedor The State Board of Health
TODAY:: Civil t All1' DAV February Memberama
Patrol 1 Injured
LITTERBUGS ;' (,orltest.. He received a $150 warned about flying kites, over -
meets tonight; : at,7:3O: at Bun'nell d' ,. ,
Year
Each and radio towers television
check, telephone ,
Airport ,I,angai': Ar Ktamath f
,(.o-*) youth Falls, Oregon:' The membership..contest is electric power companies re* antennas. and if..Howrt too
., 16.yoo1' old high school port that the remains of hundreds .. near houses the kites rnayfbecome -
junior sponsored; by (the DAV Nation '
Flagler County Shrine Club launched Bill M nley. has. al. Headquarters Prize are, of kites must be removed ',I entangled In. home'teleevt5ion
his own fight from their lines. Youngsters ,i aerials. "
dinner-meeting at 7:30: p. m. awarded for new'
against memberships '
litter in his commun, should use safe cords and never -10-" rYThe'
the
at Dolphin -
Restaurant to the
submitted
at ity... lie DAV., _
Marlneland. sought and received use wire or tinseled cordson

<-oO permission from' the Klamath : /their kites. The cords Florida Citrus Commission -

ft118.City Council to cleanup KITE FLYING should never be used whenwet. has
agreed to
United Daughters of Confed- the city. He has enlisted other If the kite comes in contact funds provide

eracy meets at 1:45 p. m. at high school boys and girls ,to CAN BECOME with a high tension line Douglas to help television move the.show Mike to '

the home of Mrs. Gene Knightat assist him on weekends in.) DANGEROUS and the wet cord acts as a
Cypress Gardens as high
Haw gathering roadside debris conductor of the
electricity,
Creek.0.( .) cleaning vacant. lots and re-" Kites soaring high in the child may be severely Injuredor light of the Florida Citrus
'
moving waste from the shores sky or hanging from power killed. Wet shoes may also Showcase during Feb. 1522.

FRIDAY March 14: Garden of Klamath Lake, adjacent to lines are reminders that

Club Games Party at 7:30: p. the city. According to a press spring is the time for the won

m. at Flagler Beach Municipal report, "The work is being derful sport of kite flying.

Hall. done without pay. He told However, the State Board of SINCERE THANKS :

(O.) county and city officials he is Health said today that this ,

Just Interested in keeping, wonderful sport can be dangerous
SUNDAY March 16: St. Pat- things clean." .

rick's Day dinner 12:30 3:30 The State Board of Health For Your Loyal Support and Votein

p. m. at the Flagler Young Mr.
Beach
Manley, by stim-
Municipal Recreation Hall ulating the interest of youth recommends a safe level that children select the Bunnell City Election

,
in open space
sponsored by the Catholic an
anti-Jitterbug campaign
for flying' their kiteswherethe' ; ,
Church Women's Altar Society. around his community could
wind has an I
opportunity
(-00 well start
a national youth to level off and blow steadily.'

MONDAY, March 17: St. After movement all, it for is the cleaner youth cities.who This area should be away Ed ZellerAttention "

Patrick's Day from electric wires and poles, ,
will be
I living for many decades .
(0.) with buildings, streets and high ,I .,

Bu ran ell City Commissionmeets the mess that litterbugs ways, ditches, stones, electric ',; ,
are creating aroundus signs and railroad tracks.
at 7:30
p. m.
today. The effort this
of
(-o-) high, school student and his The .State ,Board of Health ..........."'.......-........................"'...........-...."'....-.......................... .

VFW Auxiliary meeting at helpers deserves !the widest warns about"the dangers of '

8 p. ''m, In the.post home,.West publicity and encouragementof youngsters flying kites too (SAVE 75c) 1

Moody Blvd., Bunnell. fellow citizens.: '
( ) 3 Gal. Paint O q
-o- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN $5 :

American Legion Post. 115 LEGAL APVEUT1SEMEJTTNOTICE THE COUNTY JVUGE'S Latex Int. or Ext. Wi ;
Anniversary dinner-meeting at COURT IN AND FOIl KL.AOIKIl -
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7 p. m. at"the" 'Bunnell Civic ITIVDRH FICTITIOUS COUNTY.. ,STATE OKF'L.OItlUA. .. ., ; ,

Center.. : Notice la NAMELAW hereby given that I IV' IMtOHATB 'OO2: YOEMANS PAINT 'FactoryNew '
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(-0-) the undersigned' under the provisions ESTATE OFBRONISLAW' :; : .

TUESDAY March 18 Senior I of Chapter 20.953. 'Lawsof DECEASED CZACHOROWSKI. i Location-1826- Rd. % mile! North of Flomich
: Florida.',Acts of 1941. will register mile South or Hand AvAat ; '
Citizens luncheon-meeting at with the Clerk of the Cir,: AOl ''lo eO CREDITOR<<
cult Court In and for Flagler of the Estate of "F CHOICE
E OF 70 COLORS SEE IT MADE:
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1 p. m. in the Flagler Beach County. Florida upon reoelot of RHONISLAW CZAQHOROWSKI.. : ,
.' proof of publication of this notice deceased, are hereby notified and
Municipal Hall. file FREE GIFTS' FOR"ALL TEL. 677-8020 {.t '
the following fictitious required to any claims or demands -
(-0-) name to-wit which they may have This Offer Expires March IS 19Q8 !!
against the said Estate In the office > _, ,..
Bunnell Masonic Lodge No. under Saxon which Shell,I am Oil engaged Service In of'the County'Judge.of Flag- -."'""""..."".,...."'.................."'............,.........................."'...-..."'..."'."'.R.M1N"' .hNVti +
200 F&AM meets at 7:30: p. business at: Bunnell. Florida ler County, Florida in the Court
That the party interested:in said house at Bunnell. i'lortda, within J
m. six calendar months from the
business enterprise is as follows -
(-0-) : date of the first, publication of
'
Olllff Saxort this notice. Each claim or demand -
WEDNESDAY March. 19: Dated at Bunnell. Flagler must hepi In. writing andmust Flagler County Insurance
Catholic Women's Games County. Florida. March 4, 1969. state or residenceand
Mar. 6. 13 20. 27, 4 to post office address" of. the .
party at 1:30 p. m. at Flagler claimant and must- be sworn; to'-, :,: ., -
Beach Municipal Hall. by the claimant, his agent,+or his' :
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT attorney, or it Will become void Ag"eneyTine.;
(-0-) -_. according to lawn r
Disabled American Veterans REQUEST FOR RIDS January 7th, 1969. '

meeting at 8 p. m Notice Is hereby given that the Tames H.//Molly Tucker OraczWakl, ""All Forms .of Insurance 'FX05 '

,-T'. .- ..-'-, ( o'i' '.. Board of County Commissioners Attorney for Executrix, ( ; : ,;
of'Fiagler County' Florida'will P --O Box 398 % J. "
Haw Creek Community.Club receive sealed bids until 9:00: A. Dunn Florida. :" -'East: Moody ,Btv&. '-*.;-r'-'hoae-437.3171
M. Monday, 7. 1 In theoffice Feb. 27. March 6. 13. 20. 4tc. .. .
meets at 9:30: a., m. at the of the Clerk of the Circuit '

home of Mrs. Gene Knight at Court In the Flagler County LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .tfuDnell, Florida 32O1OUFE
Courthouse. Bunnell. Florida fort
.
Haw Creek. .
following: IN CIRCUIT COURT FLAGLER
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One New Crawler Tractor COUNTY FLORIDA
equipped with 120. ,Flywheel 'CIVIL ACTION No. HI2 E
Horsepower Diesel Engine MALCOLM L. JOHNSON.. FIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS'w
LEGAL
ADVERTISEMENTREQUEST on I Clutch Direct. Drive Plaintiff f
Transmission, Cap Locks. v.
FOR IUDS Engine Enclosures Blower R F GHAMES JR. son of ROBERT w
Notice ia hereby gIven that the Fan Crankcase: Guard 24"Tracks F, 'OHAb1ES and LILLIAN w
Board of County Commissionersof Track GuildingGuards R GHAMES and ILA DIANNE
Klaerler County. Florida, will Hydraulic Control GHAMES. wife'of R F.OHAMES. .
receive sealed blda: until 9:00: a. Angling Dozer. Heavy Duty' JR., all heirs devise
m Monday T, 19 9. In theottice Cab and Guard and Towing ees. grantees creditors of LIL-
of the Clerk l. of the Circuit Winch LIAN B. GHAMES. and all other after you see :::
Court In the Flagler County The Tractor with the above parties claiming by, through '
Courthouse.*Bunnell. Florida for listed equipment shall weighnot under or against LILLIAN B. doctor '
the following: less than 32.800 pounds GHAMES. now deceased your :
Hourly rate for palntlngr the and shall have a Diesel En- Defendants
outside of the Flagler County gine of not less than 429 NOTICE Of !SUIT )
Courthouse.The Cubic Inches TO R F. GHAMES JR. and ILA. bring i yourprescription .t :
Board reserves the right. Bids to be submitted with and DIANNE GHAMES, his wife.
as the Interest of the County without trade-In. Equipment to and all parties claiming In- '
may require to reject any or all he traded Is TD-20 InternationalDozer againstby': through'B.under or j to ;
bide and to waive any Informalities aproxlmately seven years ] GHAM
1 In bids received. old and may be Inspected at ES. now dead" and all par- y
Dated at Bunnell, Florida, this Flagler County Road Camp on ties having or claiming to
llth day of March 1989 SR 100 east of Bunnell. have any right title or Interest .A ,
OTIS S. HtlNTER, The Board reserves the right. In the property herein
Chairman Board of as the Interests of the Countv described.! ,
County CommieslonereATTESTlagler may require, to enrn1Jr all YOU are hereby notified thatan ....,,"t..q. i
County, Florida bids and to waive action has been Instituted In
alities In bids received. the above Court to foreclose a
GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk Price to be FOB Bunnell Indi- mortgage on the following prop- Professional Bldg.
March 13. & 20 1969. 2tc. cating approximate deliverydate. erty in Flagler County Florida:
Being a part of Section 40.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTvon. Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this Township 1O South Range
._ 11th day of MS. HUNTER. 31 East and ''more particularly -
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Notices t hereby gIven Commissioners that the County Commissioners of corner..of the said Sec- \\JlllllJilll Uillllllllllllllllllllilit 1111 Ii.:i!!II1I l iC iffiffi11\'iffi\ 111111111111111I11111I1 U I1II1;1111111111'
Board-/of County Flagler County.. Florida tion 40, Township 10 South.
of a1uglt18 Florida will ATTEST: Range 31 East as a point of
receive :; until 9::00 A. GEORGE M. MOODY. Clerk. reference and running
1 M Monday T, 1969, In the March 13 & 20., 1969 2TC thence South 19r 45* )TIME
office of the Clerk of the Circuit East along/ the Easterly line C ,
Court In the Flagler County of the said Section 40, a distance ,50/ + .
Courthouse. Bunnell Florida for LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT of 2322.44 feet to the 0 CERTIFICATESMINIMUM

the following: tired Front Northerly Y l:: lwf:: the ,
One new rubber IUqUEST FOR DID!! 100 foot -
End Loader. Articulated Design Sealed bids will be received In Malacompra ttoadl thenceSouth
Power MINIMUM S3.o00--90'DAYS -
Four Wheel Drive the office of the of the 71* 03' 03 West.
Shift Transmission Torque City of Bunnell. IJ.ro: l3.Lk I In the along the Northerly COUNTY -
Converter Hydraulic' : PowerSteering Civic Center Building until 4:30p. boundary of Malacomnrn. NATIONAL ',RENEWABLE.AUTOMATICALLY.
and Brakes. 15.5x26. Road a distance of 785.46
M. on the 17th day of March.
12 PR Tires. Automatic Lift A, D. two (2) 1,000 gallon feet to the- point of beginning BANK
Kick-Out and Ducket. POIIJL: : tlntr and pumps of this description- :Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada
tloner. The Bucket installed % H. P. Air Compressor thence continuing Sdlith 71*
at least, 1V4 Cubic Yard Capacity with not less than 30 gallon 03 03* West along the said Ormond Beach 'Florida
or the MultipurposehP.e tank regular gas (octane num- Northerly right of way *
ber shall be 92 or more), high boundary, a distance of 60.0 C .
shall also be feet thence North 18* 56'
machine (octane number shall
equipped with Fenders Muffler test be 100 gas or more). 10W3C and 67" Nest. along said rlght- lllInIIllJIIIIIIIIII ,
Cab IDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII H I IIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIllllll! lllllllllllllllllllll1I111nll
System. of-wav boundary distanceof '
Lighting Heavy Duty 30 weight oil. multipurpose a .
'. Windshield Wipers and gear lubricant. chassis 120.0 eta thence North ,
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Counterweights l lubricant, kerosense. and No. 71 03* 01* a distanceof I r
shall be : 6OO feet* thence South
The Diesel Engine Bids l to
wt iCompress' 19* 57 45" East a distanceof
of not less develop lees and without.
Inches and not 120. feet to the point of
HP. OIAll prices shall be firm for the beglnlng of this description. / CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
The"weight I of the Loader duration of the contract period. Bearings are referred to the }
M above .peclfted' Each bid shall be addressedto True Meridian and parcel A
eqUipped not less thaThUnBoard 18.400 the City Commissioners P. O. contains 01ft acres> '. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director .
Box 756 Bunnell Florida. The has been filed against you. and
: reserve the right Cltv Commissioners reserve you and each of, you are required -
a. the Interacts ot the County ;and all bids toserve a copy of your,written ,JOHN CAPO. Manager
may require to eJecatnaynrn1Jrm dhtaloo Je accept the bid thatin defense*. Ifs/iy, to It on LE-
rl will be for the .- PHAW..'Attorney for OXYGEN
bide and Its judgment AIR
allUes In bids received. best Interest of the City of Bun.. PlRlntitt. whose 'ad.1re' ..J I."P. O. LADYATTENDANT I
be FOB Bunnell. indlhting nflll. Florida. HOT 2"*, Bunnell. Florida 1 32010.and CONDITIONEDCHAPEL =j' I EQUIPPED
Price to approximate delivery my hand and official afilethe originalwith the I / '?; J ,t r.?

date. ,Idevyth r _. 'i WITNESS: day of .March. A. D. Cleric->f:''the aB at Dunne .-19 q or t>.forn4lfAt!( >rll969i; other- ', 'J. I..
Dated
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1969/s/ wise Judgment mar be entered &" I "1
B a
ot C. Elaenbaoh. Mayor '
11th day OTIS Marchl'UNI9TfI. City of Bunnell. Florida against you fgr> the t relief demanded Phone 1.( ID 7.:3:: 532' ... '
33oard.of' -' 1 \ .. the ''Complaint. ', ,.
Chairman County 'ions I: ro:13& WJ.lT\: "f J /./,./ {h OItOE ,101, MQODTS'Clerk '. [ .. '.
Count ''
.wl Flagler /s/ Barbara C. McCabe X Circuit Court' Flagler' 201 E.MOODT BLVD. ,, BUNNELL*,FLORIDAI
Florida.Feb. .
City County.' -
OEOROF ATTEST: H. MOODY, ClerkMarch 2TC ClerkMarch 6. 13, 2te. 27. Mar. 6, 13. 20. 4tc. v

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Gardening drink wine. I CHURCH ;._''o CHURCH DIRECTORY'I

As ornamental, aloe vera ,, ... 'I
an II
In FloridaFor is available from nurserymen, :NEWSr: CATHOLIC CHURCHES ,
L _
an interesting Indoor variety stores and from .plant The Rev Father Anthony
sections of supermarkets.The
hobby, grow the multipurpose Leon. Pastor
aloe vera. dagger-shaped leaves 1""J"II'T"

:Akin to the century plant, are pale green with irregular CHURCH DINNER St. Marys Church, Korona
aloe is a decorative, fleshy white, blotches. Margins have Weekly Sermon FRIDAY MARCH 14 Sunday Mass...........7:30: a. m.
weak prickles. Dagger pointsare Masses: Monday,
succulent. It's often called the Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor The Bunnell Pentecostal Weekday
tipped with yellow or reddish and Friday 8:30a.
plant.Drippings Wednesday :
drugstore Bunnell First United Holiness Church is sponsoringa
spines.
from the dagger- Chicken and Ham Dinner m.Blessed.
like leaves-mixed in water- Flower-wise, the aloe sendsup Methodist Church Friday, March 14 at :11:00 a.

-pep up a sluggish alimentary a branched stem densely tubular THE ONGOING WITNESS m. aft the Bunnell Civic Cen- Sacrament Chapel I:
system. packed with yellow or 'I( ter. Serving will continue until Flagler Beach
posies. Sunday Mass ............9:00 a. m.
Chemistry of the plant is Someone has said that the 1:30: p. m. Dinners will also -
with the slightest Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
t vague. But for sure, the pale Gardeners church Is always one genera- be delivered. For reserva-
yellow crystalline glycoside tinge of a green thumb tion from extinction. The tions call 437.3925 or 4373729. Thursday and Saturday at
called barbaloin is a laxative. can raise !the plant. Aloes stay truth in this statement is that Proceeds from the event will 9:00: a. m.'Catechism.

It's used as a first-aid kit on healthy for years, with little if the next generation refuses, go toward church projects.ST. Classes. 3:00: p. m. '
.the kitchen sill. When hot care. They thrive on a soil to accept faith the church will Tuesday.St. ;

watery pulp from mixture of sandy loam 3 parts, not exist at least as we knowit. PATRICK'S
grease pops broken bricks Stephens Bunnell
and
the plant is used to soothe lime rubble The buildings' probably DAY DINNER ,
the burns. one part. would remain, but the witnessof Sunday Mass.10:30: a. m.
The Women's Altar Societyof
Catechism Classes 3
: p. m.
burns. the faith would be gone. Flagler County Catholic Tuesday.

There's a modern notion that MRS. CAULEY This power unleashed by Churches is sponsoring at St. Confessions before all masses.
..aloe ointment is for God is spiritual force and
good a Patrick's Day ..Dinner Sunday, Weekday Devotion: Novenato
atomic burns. COMPLETES COURSE not a physical force. Therefore, March 16 at the Flagler Beach Our Lady Wednesday and <

Eons ago the Greeks beganto 206 North this tangible faith must be Municipal\ Recreation Hall. Saturday after Mass. ",
Ellamae Cauley,
use the plant as a tonic. In accepted within the life of the Serving begins at 12:30: and
Bunnell has graduated
Anderson ,
India aloe is used to soften individual. One generation
from specializedcourse will continue until 3:30: p. m. Community Memorial
a
the pain of cuts and bruises. in commercial sewing witnesses to the( next. The public is invited. Proceeds Church

Philippine women mix the machine operation, at the The' question which confronts will benefit the Flagler Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach

juice from aloe leaves with school of applied science at Christians' today is Beach Church building fund. Reverend' R. W. Dicker, Pastor
whether "or not we have the
wine to prevent baldness. Daytona Beach Junior College. Sunday School ..........._.._...9:45
of faith which is attractive
Some American women just type BEACH METHODISTS Worship Service ...............J.1OOLadles
enough to be picked up
LEARN GEOLOGYR. Guild Last
: Thursdayof
by the next generation. Do we
tell our children of God's loveas L. Hunt, a geologist who each month at 2 p. m.

I I TIME T 1 evidenced by Jesus Christ? has done considerable diggingand
"Tell your children of it, and exploring over the United First Baptist Church
ATLANTIC HARDWARE : let your' ,children tell their States, was guest speaker at Rev.' Charles 'Anders Pastor
Methodist Men dinner meet- Moody Boulevard Bunnell
J. children, and their children -
.I another generation." Joel 1:3. ing aft Fellowship Hall at Sunday School.........9:45: a. m.
Flagler Beach Monday eve- Worship: Service.1100: a. m.

; : & SUPPLY CO. INC. : The Baptist Men of Bunnell ning. Evening Worship..._.6:30 p. m.
Baptist Church entertainedthe ,He was assisted by two Adult Choir Rehearsal........7:30 .

.. Methodist Men at a supper geologists from Daytona Sunbeams_;; and GAs: 3 p. m. '

.r "\.t .- party, 'Thursday evening., Beach. One was a specialist in Monday ,

'! : .;< j'' 'MOODY. BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH Leroy businessman Eger, a was Jacksonville speaker.The fossils collector while of the geological other was arti-a YWA: 8 p.Monday m. '1st and: 3rd I

,: r')' ., .. PHONE 439.2303 Dorcas Class prepared the facts. Mr. Hunt specializes in: Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p. m. ". }f'
the collection of rocks. I'
supper which was attendedby :Wednesday: t
about 30 ,men., All three men had displaysof Junior Choir: 3:30: p. rn.
their collections for the
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!''i'J. ..'., interest was an ampullinopsis. '- :First United Methodist :
.

.. Non-stop hot water: and About their fifty guests Methodists enjoyed Men the Lambert Rev., Oliver-Avenue Taylor.Buna Pastor u '"


't. ; 'by affair.the, The WSCS.dinner Lyman was served Gage Worship Sunday School Servlce..11:00.._.....9:45: a.a. ,m m.. .i! I I

; .. t ",'.. .'.... was program chairman. Rever- Youth Choir Rehearsal 6:45p. :

1 ':. J\f Get all the hot water you want..yvhen: and where_you W'itoi"it.' /'end Lester Stanton gave the m. Wednesday

J :t' 'J"'t; For shower,baths,laundry,dishes...everything.That's part'of what flakes** devotional., President Herman Chlldrens Choir RehearsalI'2nd
and 4th at 3
,, ,;.t! :.ft ;" electric water heating carefree.You'll also enjoy precious peace of mind the McCormick meeting.was in charge of 3 p. m. Thursday

:; "f. <:**r' with flameless electric: no pilot light, no fumes, no flue.You can tuck'an MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays b

((,'I : Ji' ;il.X.r.: electric water heater Into any convenient spot, even a closet or under a SUNDAY SERVICES 6:30: p. m. .

.. kitchen counter. And you get all the economy of sunshine service CHRISTIAN SCIENCE WSCS: 1st Wednesday at.

: -a whole day's worth of hot water for pennies. Ask your plurpbfog 9 a. m.
'r; : '" contractor or appliance dealer to show you the newest models. CHURCHES MARCH 16 Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
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"Will God Indeed dwell on 8 p. m. _
'. Eleven rate reductions since 1957! i'he earth? behold, the heaven Methodist Men: 3rd Wednesday
\ and heaven of heavens can- at 7:15 p. m.
The
average price paid per kilowatt hour not contain
thee; how much
i r cf'- by FPL-sarvad families is one-thitd less
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less this house that I have Flagler Beach United
than it in
4 f was 1957. "
; bullded? This verse from I Methodist Church
; y{' f5i Kings is part of a Bible Les-
'son.Sermon titled "Substance"to Reverend Reynold N. Hoover

I=IIB be read this Sunday in all Daytona A V' .. Flagler Beach

Christian Science ,churches.All Church School......_...9:45: a. m.
FLORlpA rOWIft/ *LIGHT COMPAHimmt. Morning Worshlp..ll:00 a. m.
,, are welcome.
ft/no Ito 0.4f One of the selections to be MYF. .:....:..................6:30: p. m.
read from the denominational Womens Society Christian
textbook, Science and Health Service:2nd Thursday of each'

,. with Key to the Scriptures by month at 9:30 a. m.
9t : Mary Baker Methodist Men: Dinnermeeting -
Eddy, Is the fol-
at 6 p. m. 2nd Monday of
lowing: "The
everlasting I AM
::'-: is not bounded nor compress. each month.

; ed within the narrow limits of
I JL r Is i physical humanity, nor can ,PENTECOSTAL

He be understood aright HOLINESS CHURCH
through Bun.nell.Off Franz St.
mortal concepts. The
Russell Pastor
A. C.
1 precise form of God must be
of small importance in Sunday School..._._J.0:00: a. m.

FL 6' ni 1 -r with the question comparison Worship Service......11:00. a. m.

What is infinite Mind or divine Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30: p. m.
Love?" Worship Serv.....Sun. 7:30 p. m.


GAMES PARTY 'St. Thomas EpiscopalThe

PLANNED Rev. Thomas Mably'
'
MARCH 19 Priest In Charge \'

r 3 miles east of Bunnell on
Mrs. Frank Brede is chairman .
,! Highway 100,
'- of a Games Party slatedat
:5 .4 h p the Flagler Beach Municipal Morning Worship..J.0:00: a. m.
Recrea'tlon' Church School..._...10:00: a. m.
Hall Wednesday
:f'; : 4 March '19 at 1:30 p. m. Holy Communion each month first Sundayof
The event is sponsored by the

.:....' f' Flagler County Catholic Women. -
First Baptist ChurchN.

Refreshments .Central Ave. Flagler Beach
/ f 5 will be served
b 4r1 and the public is invited!! Pro- Rev. Max Hall. Pastor .

5 4s: ceeds go toward the Flagler Sunday School.........9:45 a. m. 1,
'I Beach Catholic Church buildIng Worship Service..11:00 a. m..
fund. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at

7 p. m.Community. _
CARD OF THANKS Hymn Sing first

May I take this method of Sunday of each month 7 p. m.

djq" expressing my sincere thanks
v/y
y2'
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and deep appreciation to the .
dodtors and staff at Bunnell ATTEND THE '

General Hospital for. the kind
,
/ and friendly care I received CHURCH OF YOUR
r''f' 4 6/ 3 ry while: a patient
d ..Yakw.dWebiX i there. .
v '1I CHOICE ON SUNDAYI
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8-TlIE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUns.. MARCH 13. 1969 Former Beach
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1969 BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL BASEBAXY: TEAM Resident Dies "'X, ., "

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In Wisconsin
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Flagler Beach resident, died

r1. 1:: 11hh ,.b NMM unexpectedly Tuesday after-
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noon of a heart attack at his..
home in Hawthorne, Wlcs
Born in Superior, Wisconsin,
he lived at Flagler Beach for
15 years ,before moving to
Hawthorne IT 1966. He was a
t retired construction worker.
: b Survivors Include his wife.
Anna Mae Hawthorne; (three
; 4 FISHING LINEBy sons Eddie Flagler Beach;

Al Zamba and Alvin and Ronnie, Hawthorne .
; three daughters, Vic-
Week Ending March 7.. 1969
Miss-
Pat
Calif
ki! Misslnne, ;
The fishing along the surf inne, Hawthorne; and Debbie
has .' not pickediup with Misslnne Flagler Beach; four
catches being limited whiting brothers and five sisters.
1 and' a few weak fish being -. Funeral services were held
taken from the Pier. Friday morning at Hawthorne

Over In the waterway' the Wisconsin.

situation Is the same although -
some blues are being RUNNELL LIONS t

k taken at the cement plant cut SF.E: FILM '
x on the north bank.BIRTHDAY Bunnell Lions Club held
I'hotd By Ted Heln meeting Tues
their luncheon
BUS baseball team members standing, 1 to r. Coach Joe Kirkland' Warren Dunstan, J. B. Hall, day and welcomed M. B. Mc.
Leo Fleurie, David Farmer Bobby Nelson, Frankie Wilson, John Cook John Taylor John Mc. DATA Daniel as a new member. ';: .

I Daniel, Ernest Hutcheson, Saul Irvin, and Buddy Scott. Kneeling: James Walker, Matha Lee Williams Happy birthday this week to: President Don Jordan' and I

Andrew Johnson Willie Jefferson Larry Johnson: Warnell Williams Donnell Johnson, Today. Valerie Ann Wink. Howard Lerch reported on!

Buddy Moore Mike Robinson, and Bat Boys Bud dy West and Jerry Robinson. lemon.: Bebe Moody Dorothy their attending the cabinet

Formato George. Larkin meeting t last weekend.A ._ __
-- Aileen Treadwell. film was snown on proper

. j BHS BASEBALL PLAYER IN ACTION DR. CANAKARIS Friday: Dale Robert Buch. lighting in the home. The
GETS; : EAGLE AT OPCC anan Henry Threadgill Betty' film took the place of a program -

Dr. John Canakaris. scoredan Rundle Gladys.Larkin.' previously planned with
who could not at-
Joe Brock
Eagle on the 365 yard No. Sunday, : Bette McDaniel, The film
tend this meeting.
Robert F. Pa uUneVanA
Springer;
3 hole at Ocean'Palm Country of
was prepared<< by University
Club last week end. He holed Cott. Extension
Florida Agriculture
out with a. number 5 Iron according -, Monday; Frances Ruston

r; ,. a r to Ron Nicol, club pro. 'Helen K. Holmes,. Newton E. Division.
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FLAGLER COUNTYBUSINESSES
OPCC CHAMPIONSHIP J' Tuesday: Kathleen Buckles. TOTAL, 59
a 'Wednesday: "Butch" Wilson of 59 businesses .
: There is a total
GETS UNDERWAYSATURDAY ;: .IX..L. Hirst James Wigle, La-
t in Flagler County according -
E A., M. yenla "Peg" Meshey. to statistics released

There are,.< 4 ,. for the OPCC. Mens* Golf '.,VISITS FORMER 'TEACHER manager of the Jacksonvilleoffice
dAi Association Championship 18 :. l .. of Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.
y
hole elimination.that Is'scheduled ";. .Janet.Cook' spent the weekend This total Is based on a phys

to 'g t nderway. Satur- -. at Tavares visiting with ical count of the (January
day morning. The match play 'j jMrs.. Mary Ann Beasley,,former 1969) edition ,of the Dun &
tournament will continue Bunnell High. School faculty Bradstreet Reference Book. -'
about 3.4 weeks. ;"member.!

i MRS. HOOPER .

DIED IN MIAMI V. .
Travel Trailers, Flpid/ Highways Mrs. Laura C. Hooper, 57,

..:; A..;" r I the wife .of'.,contractor and
a horseman, Fred WV: Hooper
$ 5 3 2 a died Friday at'Miami Heart.

Institute after a long Illness.
.Photo By Ted Heln ,? I
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Her husband, known as one of
*BHS catcher Mike.Robinson. puts out a Lopez player at home < K > Q ? .:., ; the nations most successful
Plat in .a game at Daytona Beach, Saturday night I +thoroughbred owners lived. ;in.
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Bunnell several years. >:
", ;LOCAL BASEBALL nines for a 7.0 loss.
; afternoon
f : r Services were Monday .
SEASON' OPENS '" Lopez scored seven runs on iri the '''Philbrick and
... hits. of the ssa
eleven Three runs
': Son ,Coral Gables''' Funeral
BQnne opened the base. were in the first Inning. This Home. -'*

;:ball[season with a game with is the second year Bunnell..hasfielded'a Other survivors Include her
:Father .Lopez of Daytona baseball team. Joe son Fred Hooper Jr, 'Mont-,'
'Beach Lopez took the local Kirkland is baseball coach. Ala.
> ? Bomerv, two- daughters,
''1".',:' I Mrs Marshall Green. Wheeler;
t t: -- '- of Zurich Switzerland and '

;. r .'. Mrs!,,Ro ln. Phillips! :'of. Rich-
; flue sisters: a,
i BEER-toast During vacation months, it often seems as if there are only wroth -Van 11
It to America's grandchUd"
economy AA- two types ofAmericansthose/ who travel from one motel to 5S .
+ The brewing industry is a massive and dynamic part of another and ''those who travel with trailers. Drivers fighting' ; 1 I
p !: traffic on the/highways during the summer months might feel ,
the national economy. Each year it pours billions of the stay-at-hpmes_ are a db.I, h _- HASKELi1appearing .__ DORSEY
:' dollars into commerce and government. reect'. trailer and adjust the brakes DiE.S IN GEORGIA
I There estimated 2.5 differently for Haskell :
are an long heavily Dorsey, 50, Gaines '
,.,. $, 1.4 billion in state and federal excise taxes. t million recreational vehicles supplied trips than for short, ville. Ga., died unexpectedly;

: $3 billion to employees. suppliers and distributors. on the nation's highways lightly provisioned trips. of ''a heart attack Thursday. afternoon
;. : now, and the market value is Also available, and grow In' Atlanta, Ga.. Mr.
\..1 $99O miilion'in agricultural products and packaging ,, .growing at"8 ..rate of $90 ing in popularity. are surge Haskell. son in law of Mrs.:

materials.' million a year.. At this rate, hydraulic brake systems, 1.:.. M. Whltaker of Bunnell
S retail sales of these vehicles which '
] are totally self- was frequent visitor here.
The brewing industry is a proud contributor to America'sprosperity. which include motor homes contained in the trailer and He Is survived by his wife
..: campers, travel trailers and adjust themselves automatically
Billy a. son, 3lmmy'and a
t boat trailers, should reach to allow for
daughter. Elizabeth
all of
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: $800 million by the end of increased weights and/or hard '
Gainesville, Ga. :: : 1969. This" influx of' towed and soft
''/ UNITED 'Ne.P.O. ( ) speed stopping.
STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION t Funeral services were Sat-
vehicles is 'a matter of These
con- systems work
by
.BOX 273.WINTER PARK, FLORIDA 37289 -- '- urdav morning: at Gainesville
cern to safety officials, partic- utilizing the momentum of
;',. .. ; L '- '!.P" ularly since many drivers are the trailer. As the driver In Ward Funeral Chapel., :
f T. ', s "'t ,.J .relatively :inexperienced in 'applies his brakes, the for-
J -.J this type of driving. ward motion of the trailer THREE RESIDENTS

.! :"', \ For this reason. 31 stateshave against the hitch auto- COMPLETE COURSE : ,
,
it e : already enacted laws matically applies the brakes Three local residents qualified .

: ; requiring some .type of trailer through a hydraulic master for certificates this Week
..' ] t brakes and, the Federal cylinder similar to the car's at DBJC's ,school of applied v .
government is investigatingsimilar system.
sciences at the conclusion- of

r'f : I f f.J legislation.But Officials of Atwood a specialized course in. nurse's. ;.
even these regulationshave Vacuum Machine Company, aide training. _
not eliminated all the Rockford Illinois, also point Mrs. Peggy Pelllcer and Mrs.. r
problems. The most common out that because the braking Dorothy Read from Flakier
type of brakes now used on system is totally self.contained. Beach and Mrs. Marv Gilvnrd
recreational trailers .still with direct
no
of Bunnell received
certlfl-
,:1. 6"d require a great deal of judge- connection into the dar's cates. t
." ,;I meet on., the part of the system;.the same trailer can
'j' driver. Fdr instance, they be towed by any number of COMPLETES I.
.. different COURSE
require special adjustments to vehicles, with no
fi apply different amounts of special brake wiring needed. A h .Mns. Lorraine MincheW of,"
i :, force while braking when the A patented system also ". Burmell'has', earned a certifl.
:.tL' : .. trailer.is. empty than when it makes it Impossible to lock .'I ,i.: cafe uoon'op1nleU n ,of a
.' .. ". '"., is' travel trailer the brakes in "1 DBJC,, short course in motel.
,... .. r" loaded. 'Thus a : a panic stop; Iff ?
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.&r" '. t 1t r ,).!.::- owner should estimate the thus preventing dangerous fc oasherincr'at! the school of ape
*,, '" .-, '....-. amount oIl' food..water bedding -, skids and jack-knifing r';" plied cfences.OU--' ,
and in his according to Atwood. 'Thirteen'completed:
It; r. I other supplies the
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