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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 20, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 NO. 13 THURSDAY, MARCH 20. 1969 S3.50 A YEAR
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Marco Polo Cracker DayIs \ 'FLAGLER BEACH t BUILDINGS GET FACE LIFTING American Legion


Closes Land Deal Scheduled_ e ,. o, s, Anniversary ,

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Near, Korona; This Saturday':: Observed Here
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Marco Polo Park Inc. has Flagler County's, 14th I bin- .r Flagler Post No. 115 observed
completed the purchase of ning of Cracker Day is slated ;. : ; the Fiftieth Anniversary
some, 3191 acres of land In for Saturday, March 22, at the ..! t \. '. of the founding of the American I
Flagler County from Mrs. Sadie arena and race track grounds f t '... /. : Legion Monday evening
Strickland according to located eight miles South of ---t'1 r-- ----. with a buffet supper and im ..
deeds filed In the County Bunnell on Highway '1.. "' pressive program. About 55
Clerk's office and another re Events include .barrel racing members and their guests at-:
ported 1363 acres. In Volusla roping and '''horse racing f Yf .h tended the celebration. .
County. this year with,a good'ole-fash- .. Past State Commander Bill
The' 4.555 acres were 'pur ioned beef and pork Bar-B- Edwards Daytona Beach, ren-
," chased for nearly $1.5 million. Que scheduled for 11:40: a. m. \ dered the anniversary address.
: The land Is In addition to "Sponsored ,by the Flagler Post Commander Otis Magee
\ about. 500 acres previously County Cattlemen's Association presided and Past District '

purchased for the immediatesite Inc., the show will get 1'i"2 r' ::1 .' '- 'N"'i ,,",,"-"""'''''' Commander Cora Buckles was I
of, Marco Polo Park. The under way' at 10:00: a., m. with ,Flagler Beach Mayor Fuller has proclaimed March 15 to mistress of ceremonies.
purchase price of the 450Oacres the Grand Entry. The first/six Edwards pointed out that
April 15 as Clean Up, Paint Up Month and,:the Milland Hotelon
is reported to have been events will include Cloverleaf the N American Legion was
Highway A1A was the'first places to get a face lift-
and Basketweave contests for among .
$1,493,700, which makes the formed in 1919 and is the largest

third land sale in the countyin horsemen of all ages. ing. ___._ .. veterans organization. It
'excess of one million, dollars For the. pros the next eventat uuL was the the first to fight communism -

during the past year., 11:15 a..m. will be, a Jack .. he said.
The Marco Polo ,Park has pot Cloverleaf contest. ,- I Edwards reported that President
been under construction for The Bar-B-Que will featureall ; Richard Nixon last Sat- ,

the past year as land clearingand the trimmings, plus that urday night lighted an eternal ,
terrain construction has outdoor flavor, and the people H r flame which the American >
been taking place. The addi, cooking this meat will be pro- 7 ; x Legion placed at the Tomb of ..
tional acreage will be usedas fessionals, so come and try it. the Unknown Soldier in Arlington -
a buffer zone to keep carnival At 1:00 p. m. Jackpot Roping National Cemetery.Also .
type businesses from will be open to the world. a commemorativestamp
t. :popping up in the MarcoPolo This promises to be one of the, I ,., fI has been issued by
vicinity. prime attractions of the show'as i x. ,Congress ''and went on sale I
An Interchange is being it demonstrateS a high degree F ar." 7r "wwi.:++-.: March 17th at all post offices.,
s .4.4
., constructed t intersection of of skill on the part of *. The Florida Legislature Is expected .
1.95 and I Old Dixie Highway horse and rider. to pass a bill asking' ,
- Just east,of Korona. Marco Polo The ,last 'seven events, be-* that 1-75 Highway from Flor-: .
Park had originally been ginning at'2OO: p. m., will feature ida to Michigan be ,named the
scheduled to'open in 1969 but a fitting climax! for a day .... American Legion Highway. \
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according to press information such as this... Races will include These two neighboring 'buildings at Flagler Beach are also During the program. Miss
the opening has. been Shetland, Welch andChildren's Catherine 'Harris was presented
'being completeJtemodeted. An attractive"to t rick veneer is being '
postponed to 1971 when they Cowpony races with her trophy as ,winner '
Adult, Cowpony 'Blooded added to the buildings and the Interiors of both are being ren '
\ hope ,to.have the ,total ,extravaganza, com, and' Registered Cowpony races ovated. Owner Donald R. Moore said work was expected to be: Contest. She Is also alternate
pleted. V and finally ,the high 'stakes completed soon..*., "' delegate for Northeast Florida ,

RobertIluni ; Flagler.Beach;.., RegisteredQuarter\ ._ .,Hqrse. ,, in\ the'State Contest.! _,. r _
;- is ,executive vice ,'president:, 'races .4 -" -", ,: -'- 'LONGTIMERESIDENT. : .. .- CLEANUP; IOSTEa.t: N-.--filbert;.;., .Frank,: ;Ttilagl -......... .
'He has had considerable ex. t Yes*bhis< \promises to be'a big''' \ CONTEST, WINNERS Beach, ,was presented, ,with a.:
perience in development day as cowboys' and cowgirls DIES IN',JAX' .. ARE NAMED Fifty Membership Certificate ,
of this type of educational gather from all over,the state. Mary Cywinski, 75",'Jackson. : Cash awards were presentedto for fifty years of continu '
entertainment. He has made PIe coffee and sblt drinks ville longtime. resident of six Flagler Beach Elemen- ous membership in the American \
several trips to Japan,in orderto will be available on' the Flagler 'Qourrty. passed away tary School ,students for their Legion. He Is the only I
authenticate the scenes in grounds. / \':, .' Wednesday;:.March entries in a clean up poster local member to be eligible
the Gardens and to at..Jackson- for the 50 'citation. .
Japanese BUNNELL V. F. W. -Vincent's Hospital contest. The cash awards were year.
purchase materials. to be, used ville.;. ':';.. J" contributed by :Mayor Herbert Introduced at' the meeting
In the Park: TO HOLDCRACKER Born in Poland} she,,:moved Fuller.: 'The'-Mayor has 'proclaimed were O. F. 'Alford, M. 'B. Fuller -
L.. E. Wardsworth 'Bunnell. *. to Bunnell about.55.years'ago March ;15 to April 15 C. M. Miller and A. M. Mc-
is on,the Board of Directors' of DANCE from Detroit, J4lch.'Shemovedto as' Clean Up Month at Flagler Daniel who are, charter mem-
Marco Polo Park 'Inc. bers of Post No. 115.
Flagler ,
A Cracker Dance will be Jacksonville ".6 ,years "ago' Beach. '
held in conjunction with the from Bunnell. 8hgwas< a member ,Casnuawards were presented The other charter 'member ,
., CALENDAROF 14th Annual Cracker Day of Jehova}TtvX )Witrjess. (. t J' to fifth and sixth grade. -pu John McIntosh, could. not be
'. 4.;;&>&' *"*" Dunson first present.
March 22, 1969. In Bunnell Church. > pils. Susie place
EVENTS Civic Center. /. Survivors include two winnerJon; Wilder, second Fifth District Auxiliary
TODAY: First day.of' spring.. Sponsored by the '''Bunnell daughters, :Mrs. Ann ,Vojnovski place winner.. ; an d Barbara President 'Lillian Weathers of ,l"...
(.o-L: V. F. W., the affair will start ; Jacksonville; and Mrs. Burns,. third 'place winner. Jacksonville spoke briefly'of!
Flagler Beach City Commission at 8:00 p. m. and go until 1:00: Emily Gibson,:New York City; Seventh grade poster winners the service rendered the coun-
meeting. at 7:30: p; m .a. m. I.I and one grandson. were Dale Johnson, first place; try by The American Legion ,
.(-0-) Funeral services ,were at Judy Decker, second place and and Auxiliary and revealed "
Flagler County Nursing 10, a.'m. Monday at Craig Fun Mike Abbott third place. plans for reactivating the
Council meets at 9:30 a. m* at Its Art Festival eral Home Chapel, Bunnell. W. Jeff Thomas, ,:Jimmy Watson Auxiliary Unit in Flagler )

Bunnell First United' Metho P* Kendrick S1. Augustine Jehovah Greg Price, Marty Green County.HIGGINBOTHAM. ," ;
dist Church. Time AtFlagler : Witness Church officiated. Cherrl Hanna and Terry Stryker .
(.0-) Burial as at Espanola received honorable men '
CAP meeting at 7:30': p. m. BeachThe Cemetery. '. tion. ...
at Bunnell Airport. BUYS BIDDLESERVICESTATION .
(-0--) Fourth Annual Flagler MYSTERY, CAR BURNS AT BEACHPhoto
Friendly Circle of Bunnell Woman's Club Art' Festival .", .
'Methodist' Church w JI, meet will be held In ,the Flakier ; : '&"",' Harold Higginbotham has .- '

,at'Sm, at.the home of Mrs.S. Beach Municipal Recreation' : : V ,t ,. 'I.. ,,:.;;(' announced that he has purchased '
Hall Saturday March 29. ; ? .
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,H. Cameroru, ') ,' ;Jrw:, Biddle's Gulf Service t
'(-o-) Hours 'are'"1:00: to '6:00: p. in.. Z .' ., "''Iff"f." : ry; .. : '{ Station in Bunnell. It will be 4
SATURDAY, .MARCH 22: Chairman,. ,of the attractive :J"< ,operated in the name of Har I
Cracker Day activities: 10:00 cultural event' Is Mrs. E. P. ;it= $ .",...'/ old's Gulf Service.Higginbotham ,
a7 m. at the Cracker Day Fleurie. -tf said he took ;
Grounds 8 ml. south of Bun- Paintings, sculpture and f over the operation March :17th. j
nell on US Hwy. 1. A'barbecue' crafts of artists from throughout ""w." '"."'.' ....' He will continue to operatehis
S. :dinner will be served at 11:30a. : (the area will be exhibited., ='i.".... _:;.; fuel oil delivery service'In'r' r

.. m. I foK Hobbles and 'collections will IJN.,';,"; ) \ the. same name end*. .manner '
(- also be displayed.Last ": '; ; of service for the present time.
V. F. W. Cracker Day Dance year it was estimated ;. "/ The former owner, Clare'G.
at 8 p. ,m. at ,Bunnell Civic. about 150 spectators attended. Blddle, 'owns another Gulf
Center. '' Artists ,wishing to enter ( .., Station at the US 1 1.95 interchange
(-0-) should contact Mrs. Fleurie,'P.Qf ; near Daytona. He I,
SUNDAY, MARCH" 23: Bun" ,Box 242,Flagler 'Beach:* or -: ".. ... ,....j. and his father before him ; li I
nell Baptist Church Crusade of Mrs. Charles ": ,' l ;; -:,, have owned Gulf station in '. '
Slndelar,, 'Star ,-;. '" ;" : '.. ft ("J" ", ;: a \
the Americas Revival at 7:30p. : t ; ., i
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Route, Bunnell/ Florida. All ;. "" -If'l Bunnell for many years. ,
m. ,entries, must be In,'by'March ; ." ,..:..,
(-o-) 24. A two dollar registration TIDE TABLE
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:By Ted Jleln ;
MONDAY. MARCH 24: Flag-, lee will be
ler Beach Lions Club dinner- All displays charged.will be The Flagler Beach Police; Department is trying} to locate the Tides for March 20262.1.Youngo I
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meeting at 6:30: p, m. ,at Ro- Saturday from 9:30 to 11:00 set-up ,owner' of this 1969 Pontiac automobile that burned Friday af- HIGH LOW I
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gers Restaurant. $ AlA, Flag- m, and must be plcked-up be. ternoon five miles north of Flagler Beach on Hwy AlA. The license Day A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. ,
ler Beach. Rep. Bill'Reedy will tween.. 6OO-6:30;: m. plate had been removed and..all but ,one of the serial, 20'I' 948; 10:12 3:30: 3:36 ,;-
p.
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will be the guest speaker.. plates-were missing from the vehicle, according to Police Chief
4 22: 11:06 ::11:36 '4:54 4:55: ',
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James Brown. Brown stated an investigation being'made
Royal Neighbors meet at NATIONAL. .4.1.. .. CHAMBEROF .. ......,.. "-.1 to determine the owner. The blaze was extinguished. by the'Flagg:. 23',' 11':48:: 11:59" 5:36: 5:40': .
730p.: m. at the homeof Mrs. CO .', 24 _12:18: 12:36: 6:24 6:24' .\
E.CEVEEK. ..
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Beach Volunteer Fire Dept. and/ .
ler damage was estimated': ., '
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Herbert Allen, 902 N. Railroad .25 ;,1:06: 1:30': 7:24 7:30'-:

Ave. Bunnell..' MAR'C:23\ .:. "\ ':-29" $5000. .t* .. *'.. ''.,J...,.<.*'I t tr';". ..- 26t.. 2:06: 2:30. -, S:3O. 8:31.. .' i
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J ,'UU hr, 3Fla0lr QJrllmuc THURS, MARCH 20. 1969 2-THE FLAGL.EH TRIBUNE
entered aa second class matter
I N Con PO n.A TED February 6. :1913. at the po.t- .YvC ..
UUNNELL KLOIUDAJOHN omce at BunnelX. Florida under
Act of March 3. 1876. E Lean Western "FIRST CUT"
J A, CLEGG -. Ir a I '
Editor and PublisherBKTTB ioe Per Copy
: S. McDANIKL. 0.e Year 9J.: O Oscw.tna., ,
New Editor .' Six Months ........_._....-...9'3000De.I..ed Pork Chops
yell
for
newspaper
Ontsldo Flakier County
IA.a' Advertl.Ins S4.OO Per Year

EDITORIAL, bg 48lb.

THE TAKE OVER

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During recent .months several' interim committees of the

Legislature have been holding meetings In preparation) of !the U. S. D. A..ChoiceCHUCK
April Session. We thought It would be interesting to listen 1n'on
one of these unofficial planning session.
:Participating in' the secret session were Senators Dade Du. ROAST 58
val. Hillsborough Palm Beach and 'Plnellas; They appeared; to .
be highly satisfied with their accomplishments. Listen:
Senator Dade: "Well we Just pulled another big takeoverby \
the big counties in the County Commissioners,Association. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
We five counties have more votes in the association than the
other 52 counties put together". ,
Senator Hillsborough: "YeahJ see where a Dade county commissioner STEAK Ib. F 58
has 52 votes while a Flagler county commissioner has
one vote. Flagler probably will drop out of the association; but
we ,have everything under control. We_ don't need to worry about

__ the little boys anymore." Lyke's "Sugar ;Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
-Senator P. Beach: "Do you think we can get a bill throughthe
legislature to take the racing funds away from the little

counties Senator this Plnellas year?": "There is no question about voting them PICNICS ib. 38
down; ,but, so many of them outsmarted us by pledging the
racing funds that we might run into legal problems."
Senator Dade: "Well, at least we took some of ,the gas tax
monies away' from the little counties. And you know some of ,
the tax monies due the little counties .to the bigger -
goes
gas
Lyke's "Sugar' Creek" SLAB Lyke's "Sugar Creek"
boys because of faulty reporting procedures over which the little .
counties have no control." SMOKED BACON FRANKS
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Senator Hillsborough: "What do you think about doing .I ., .0 0 I
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:more away of with the some state's of monies the little available counties?us.It"might make some 16.SSe 3 Pkgs.oz.: $119 '

SLICED FREE Each 43c
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j Senator P. Beach: "The Governor might; veto it because The" )
still plays politics with some of ,the little counties., (Senator, -
Gurney does too) But the way the small county -expenses are Fresh' Florida Grade "A" D &: D ((2A.2h} : ) lb. Avg.; LIMIT 2 PLEASEIb.
going up and state money is being cut off they will soon be ;
bankrupt and the local taxpayers will demand consolidation." .1 ,
-. Senator Pinellas: "What about the small county schools? Whole 28FRESH 'fI
The new constitution provides consolidation of school dis- rns ,., _0_ -
ricts with'consent Let's draw,up a bill and'put Flagler in witha .
couple of other small counties." V

Senator Duval: "Yeah." Do you suppose they could make as
big a mess of the small county schools as some of our big

counties. Senator have) Dade done: "First?" I think we should Just reduce their I GROUND' 'BEEF 4 Ibs. $188

state, monies by ,changing the formulas for dlstr\butlng'state: LEAN,
funds.." *
Senator P. Beach' ; "Sure. Then we. can adopt,some regulations -'.
requiring art; hockey, and .Russian :and compulsory teacher O'Sage No. 2l/2 Can
negotiation.- By the time we and the federal government; getthrough PEACHES Each. HERSHEY'SSUGAR
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with them they will 'be glad to consolidate with any- \
body" Kraft Quart Jar
Senator Plnellas: ':Just ,think it was only 'a few years agothat Ea.
those Pork-choppers, really had iis on the run. How fast MAYONNAISE 59 '
things change." 4 CaS'on 290
Senator""Duval:. "Yes am/d/ one of the most amusing: things Better Maid (Plain, or S. R.)
is that some of those middle sized counties like St. Johns and
FLOUR 5 gag 45c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order"FOLGER'S
Volusla helped us get control of things. Now they are no better

off, than the little counties. Murry's (Mixed Flavors) Reg. 29c Bag
Senator Hillsborough: "But all those little
suppose counties
have a protest march on Tallahassee." COOKIES 4 For $1 DELITE
Senator Duval: "We'thought of that already. We have some
bills fixed to raise all the legislators arid county'officials salaries Old Milwaukee 12 oz. Can

',so they will not give any trouble."' .. BEER (Con OLEO
By ithls time we believed that we could see a faint hand, 99cf
writing on the wall of our future. So we just.quit listening. .
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Note: To'Immediate past senate president ,Verle A Pope .
who has Just renewed his subscription,we say this is all in good -
clean political Jest we think And Just to prove that you still COFFEE -
love us, please give a helping hand to the delegation reresent- .
FROZEN FOODS
ing little Flagler County when you can. 1: lb.I 470Limit ---

1 f ..JICI ,. Tin Morton's 2O' oz. Size

Viewers of the film will see :1 with '$5.0O, or more food order CREAM PIES ,3 For 890
the river and the area it serVes

Too Late through the eyes of two ,vaca-; > Frosty Acres''
boning New York girls who e oz: Can
I I seeking a new adventure,,,decide -- PRODUCE ORANGE JUICE For
To ClassifyBy to go down the river in a : Z .3ge
leisurely trip that 'U. S. No.1'
BusseU Kay will perm them to meet the '
people of the area and gain POTATOES :1O Bag 490
-"Suwannee Adventure" is first hand authentic information TIDE I
title of minute color '
vthe a of the Suwannee Country Yellow CookingONIONS ; '
film scheduled for. release \
which Includes
Alachua ;Baker -
..soon"by the Florida Develop.' ,.Bradford Columbia, Dixie 3 &, Z5e Regular >
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ment. .Commission. Probablythe' Gllchrist, Hamilton Lafayette ,' Size 29
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most publicized, river In Levy Madison, Suwannee and .r Golden RipeBANANAS. .
the world thanks to StephenF."oster. ;
Union counties. ''
the Suwannee has remained 2 'lb.. Limit 2
This they do in' a carefree with $5.00 or more food order
little'' known to mil}- rollicking ,way that Involvesthe i/ .
Ions other than by name yet cooperation of Florida .
It is. one of the most picture- State Park,Rangers; Conservation
sque and interesting streams Department'' officers, ,and
In existence; other friendly Floridians they
The film sponsored by the meet along the way.
SUWl8J1nee.Rlver.Authorityarid The two charming girls who
the-Stephen Foster Memorial take the part of the venturesome
Commission, is designed to canoeists are Miami
give us a hew look.at the famed models: blonde Carolyn VI- III II
Suwannee River, a look tale, 22 and auburn-haired
that will reveal not only its Janice ,,Bobbins 23. As the
,charm and natural beauty, story unfolds they meet two
but present many points'of In- friendly University of Florida
terest to be found along its boys handsome of course who OPEN SUNDAYS ,Phone 3227
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as it makes its -
winding course provide a light romantic in-
way'from the Georgia. line to 8:00 a.m.-ItOO p.m. U.S. 'No. 1 ,BUNNELL.
the Gulf, of Mexico.. (Continued on page 3) Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good March '
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FOR SALE-Smith Corona 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MARCH 20. 1969

CLASSIFIED adding machine; Remington ,
Social
portable typewriter; Reming Security About 109 days until he would be
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ADVERTISINGTROPIC ton standard typewriter; 2 back In "good ole" Tlagler

non-electric car coolers; Eng _E- \*/-S Our Servicemen County again.
lish racing bicycle; scuba diving ;; ,', .. Sam-is serving as,a Medic
II; equipment; movie camera Q. I do' not have a birth' PVT., HERR IS with the 1st Bn. 126th Infantry $ P
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with //telephoto lens Lia Vietnam. 1.
; pup-tent; at Khe ,
certificate. What can I do to ASSIGNED: TO ....
canvas folding cot; Savage .. (0.>
established beforeI
get my age FORT LEE, VA a
23-20 rifle with Call
telescope. SERVING WITH US
BREEZE NURSERY= 4392290. Mar. 20,. Itc start drawing my social security Pvt. Thomas Herr, US Army
Let us help beautify Flagler ? has been assigned 'to Supply COMBAT AIR' FORCES
County. Large variety of evergreens EXTRA INCOME A. I>,you do not have a certificate Accounting Clerical School at Airman First Class Roger N. '
,' palms hedge plants. OPPORTUNITYReliable social security can use Fort Lee Va. Ball son of Charles II. Thorn: ,A
5% miles S of Bunnell on man or woman. No other old' documents or records Pvt. Herr recently completed dike 404 :John Anderson Ave.; i
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc sellirig. Refill and collect from of your ,age. Some of basic training at Fort Ben- Flagler Beach, is on duty at- '. ,
new type coin-operated disc ''these old records, could be a ning Ga. where he was selected Nha Trang AB. Vietnam.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain pensers In your area. We se school record, church or baptismal as 'Outstanding Trainee Airman Ball a weapons me.
fields Installed: Rota-Roter cure locations. Must have car record or census record. of Company A. chanic 'is assigned to a unit
snail,shell. Reasonable prices. references $650 to $2000 cash) Your social security office will His new address is: of the Pacific Air Forces. Before -. '
Call George :Jarosz 4373410 investment'for equipment'' be happy to give you more In- Pvt: Thomas D. Herr 53747420 ,- his arrival in Vietnam,he
inventory. Ten hours weekly formation and assist you in served AFB Mass. .
_____ 8-l.tf Class 69-171 Co. R at Otis ,
FOR can net excellent Income. For obtaining an olc$ record of 1st Bn, QMFC Bde. .
SALE-One 2-bed room personal Interview, write including your age. Ft. Lee Va. 23801.., HENRY QUIGLEY "
house nice. $5500. One 4-bed- phone number to' Q. Will it cost me more in (-oJTRANSFERRED KILLED IN
room, 2 baths, H block from Cal-Ton Supply Inc. 711 No. 1969 if my doctor transfers me '. c
ocean 100 ft. lot $8500. Call Magnolia Ave., Orlando, Flor- from a hospital to a nursing, TO VIETNAMSpec. I
4392317. Feb. 6, TFC Ida. 32803 Mar. 20, 1 tp. home as a Medicare patient? CALIFORNIA 4 Henry Leroy Quigley -. .
A. If. you are admitted to a -Walter Townsend, has been 21, St. Augustine died 4
ZIG-ZAG FOR S43 V"I nursing home in :1969 Medi- transferred from New London, Wednesday Feb. 26 at Viet ,'
SEWING teed. Does MACHINE. Guaran O. F. ALFORD care pays all covered charges Conn., Submarine Base to the nam as a result of injuries received .,;t
everything makes 'Registered during the first 20 days. For San Diego Naval Base wherehe after a hand grenadewas
buttonholes sews on buttons the 21st day through the 100th is attending Nuclear,Weld thrown into the vehicle .
Pay Zlg-Zags balance makes designs etc. Rea! Estate ''Broker day you pay $5.50 per day. ing School. In which he was traveling. .
$43 at $8 per You will also be' responsiblefor Walter's1 new address Is: Quigley was a frequent visitor
month. Phone COLLECT Day- BunnelL Florida any charges not .coveredby Walter A. TownsendUS to Bunnell. 'I i
tona Beach:,2523901. Will 'deliver .....e..A WI. Medicare:. Navol Welding School Burial was Saturday March
no obligation. Q. I have been paralyzed San Diego Calif. 83401.0 : 8 in 'Pellicer Creek Cemetery. ,.
4 tc Feb.
27-Mar. 20 HASTINGS ''MATTRESS since I was 24-I'm now 35. In (- -) He is the son of Mrs. Betty
I960. I about Ruth Quigley St., Augustine .
CONSOLE MODEL STERO UPHOLSTRY: WORKS inquired disability PVT. TUCKER
Like new.. Auto. record changer. & benefits.. But since r ATTENDINGNCO and :J. R. Quigley St. Augus-
Multi-speed. Balance of 710-12 Lemon St.' have only,three years of work tine Beach. i

$68 or assume $8 per month Palatka, Florida under social security I was .f SCHOOL \
payments. Phone COLLECT Phone EA 5-9166 told that I did not qualify for SP4 Martin Tucker, has been -BIRTHDAY DATA

Daytona Beach: 2523901. Ask Furniture.. Upholterlng payments. Recently I've heard assigned to Non Commissioned Happy birthday this week to:
for Credit Manager.; Will deliver Repaired & Refinished that' I no longer need five Officers School at Dong TODAY: Marilyn Rundle.
years of work to" qualify for Tarn, Vietnam where he Isstatloried '! (
no obligation. A-1 Music 'Mattresses & Box Springs FRIDAY: Robert B. Stryker
Center 519 Volusia Ave., to Order Also Renovated disability. Is this so? with the US Army. Bud Cauley :Janet Zamba. ,
_.MU11e
A. People who became dis ., After'completing his school
Daytona Beach. Call Laura Morris 437-3233 SATURDAY: W. D. :Jones. )JI
4tc Feb. 27-March 20 abled before their 31st birth ing Tucker will have an E-5 SUNDAY: Bunyan Wilson.
After 6:00 P. M. day do not need five of rating. v0
years MONDAY:' Amy S. Thread-
., HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bed"rooms 'PRICES REASONABLE work to qualify for disability (- -) gill Lillian Hackett C. O. Ma. '
--CBS', house with carport BUDGET PLAN' IF NEEDED benefits. It appears you may WRITES FROM gee. *

utility room and fenced Just as near as your 'now have enough work to 'VIETNAM TUESDAY: Karen Massey

yard. Corner lot alttractively, Phone or' Post Office qualify. Contact your local social SP4 Sam Smith writes from Esther :Junegling.

landscaped. Reasonable. Call Drop ,V*,;a Card or Call; security' office for more Vietnam "that they had really WEDNESDAY: Craig Wilder -
4373138. 3-13,20.27, 434tc.. Free Pick-up & Delivery information or assistance. kept him busy the, past two, *, ,, Ethel WIckllne :Jack Lo-
Q. I will be 62: old in !
BUSINESS years: weeks. He said he had only*Wgan.
f" March ana plan to retire men.

OPPORTUNITIES TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ...-... My wife is 53 and I have a

$ .$ ,$ $ $ $ (Continued. ,from page 2) 17 year old son. ,Will they be
,
eligible for' benefits? r
LUCRATIVE BUSINESSFull terest during their trip. Theyare A. Yes, both your wife and
Ronald Williams, 21, of St. son can receive payments un iiir I ON TIME ;,
or parttlme never' offer- Petersburg, and Rich West, 22, 50
ed In this area before, some- ,of Perry. Payments I 0 CERTIFICATES "
thing completely neW and The history of North Florida '
your son untll&ht! is 22 years
non-competitive. Will, earn,: the almost.unbelievable beau- old if he is in school full time:' VOLUSIA MINIMUM S3.000. -80'OATS
someone a small fortune. MIn.' ty of the rive and Its tribute :
; Q. Because work qll timein COUNTY
imum Investment 'of $898.50 ries and the,graciousness of, my business, I haven't applied NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY, '
required, which Is fully secur- the people are woven into the for retirement benefits.I'll .
ed. This Is,, definitely a once script' along with visits to BANK
be 65 in three months. I Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada
In a lifetime opportunity. I scenic and historic loca- ,
many then plan'to take my wife on Ormond Beach. Florida 4
ask you.to Investigate and tions. These Include the Stephen an around-th-world cruise :that, 4t
then decide. Phone Dayttona Foster Memorial at White will last's months.,

collect 2556431. 3.13 20, 2tc. Springs, The Suwannee River Someone told me I could draw II1I1U1111111l1111111111111111111l1111111111l1l11111nllllH 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111,

SINGER zig-zag .1968 model State Park, The Florida ,Sher social security benefits. for-the -- \
used less than three iff's Boys Ranch at Live Oak months I will not be active in
months. ..guarantee..Makebuttonholes s Suwannee Valley Country my business. Is this true?
fancy stitches Club at Jasper Troy Springs A./ .Yes. As1 well as being I BUNNELL, CUSTOM KITCHENS :
the Branford 'area Sandy able to receive a check for the
darns monograms, sews on 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 I
the
Point Fishing Camp on '
buttons without attachments. months you ark<<:| not 'active in
Pay balance of $44 or 6 payments -, Santa Fe River Itchtucknee your business. you will be.eligible BUNNELL, FLORIDA .
Springs (including Blue Hole), for Medicare. To ,avoid
at month. For
more
$8 a
information call 734.0018 or Hart Springs, Fannin Springs losing protection, come,to the FREE ESTIMATES
write Service Sewing CenterP. the town of Suwannee River, social security office as soon BAR FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS
Manatee' Springs State Park, ." possible to file your claim.
as
O. Box 393, Deland Florida BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER
32720. March 13, TFC the village of Suwannee and Bring',whateverTecords of age COUNTERS ;,
historic Cedar Key where a you have available and your LAUNDRY AND, DRY CLEANING

FOR RENT-1 bedroom mobile fish fry Is staged by the com- last year's federal income" tax Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
home in Flagler Beach Trailer munity with, the help of the return. Also bring your can. BREAKFAST""
Conservation Department as celled other: BATHROOM VANITIES BARS
Park. Available from April check or receipt :. ,
1st to Dec. 1st. Utilities furnished the happy travelers reach the. showing the return was filed Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts
couples only. No pets. end of their Journey. with Internal Revenue. Do this FINE HARDWOODSMost
Nicely furnished. Reference The conclusion of the color- within three months before
required. Call 439-2314 Flagler ful film sees the girls land you reach 65. orders filled within 15 working days. Now 'Serving
Beach *tc ing their. canoe'' at sunset as all areas In 75 mile rad. of Bunnell.
reach the Gulf and .
they pre
; Let. u DBJC CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 437.3928
TROPIC GARDENS- pare to'return to their jobs ,in "
help beautify Flagler County. New York. Their final wordsare 1969 COLLEGE -.,
Large variety of evergreens ,. t. "and we know that DAY APRIL 3 ;
palms hedge plants 5% .miles some day we ,will be back'for '
S. of Bunnell'on U,'S. 1. another Suwannee adventure." I I Daytona Beach Junior College -
Feb. 15-TFC The Suwannee River'Author will sponsor the\tt969 college

ity the> Stephen Foster Memorial .Day at 10 a. m. April, 3 NOTICEPursuant '
One burner kerosene and .
USED-- Commission the on campus.
heater, $12; chest, of drawers Florida Development Commission Forty one colleges and uni;
$10; piece wood dinette have, provided a Florida versities, will be represented.More to provisions, as set forth in Florida
$17.50. Jerry's Furniture Old lure that> few people can resist than 1,200 Volusia and Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the '

Dixie Hwy., 2 mi. S. Korona and 'from, a publicity Flagler County high school 1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee, or
Ph. 4373752. Mar. 20, Itc. standpoint It/ should prove ,juniors are expected to attend. Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessment '

worth many times its modest Each student will be able shall fill'' out a prescribed form.
FOR SALE-1958 Ford' god'dshape. cost. The',film will be available to: talk with four college re: This .
application to Florida Stat-
pertaining
nice Interior speed, the half
to television ,stations, presentatives during '.
'
floor shift, $200.00. Call 437- clubs and y Bother groups day meeting. Parents, are In.. utes 193.201 is1 specifically, a request for Agricul- .

3282 from 12 to 6 weekdays.Mar. through the.Florida:, Develop. vited to attend and may wishto tural' Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes'nd ,
20. Itp ment Commission. "' ,take advantage of the ColGarlty has no relationship to the County Zoning of land
use.
FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bed.' SPORTSMEN'S"ASSN.. .; Treasurer: William M._ Property owners must file this application
Car
room duplex apartment Call ELECTS OFFICERSAt Davis.Board 'each year'to the County Tax Assessor, between
screened porch. ot Directors
"4373304.port and. Mar. 20, Itc. its annual meeting January first and April first, so that the County
March the Sportsmen's Dog New Smyrna Beach Area, Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the application
STATION WAGON-1964 Ford Hunters' 'Association elected Wallace Ferriera; Ormond f for Agricultural classification. r : -
Fairlane Station Wagon, '4 the following: persons,to hold Beach, Elmer J'.,hull; Bunnell, Application forms are available at the Tax
'door. 260 V8 engine, automat- office W.:E. Hunter; dak Hill Am- Assessor's Office. a '
Ic transmission heater new President: John D.: 'Vann:; old Vann; Daytona,Beach Jim DONALD MOORE

tires easy on gas extra clean Vice President. ; William Wrenn' Campbell; Plerson Delmar .*t"'' Tax Assessor .r
$850. Phone 437.3138 from 8am. (Bill) ; Secretary,* Robert Mc. Harper; Seville: ILeonBrad. ..: ,v
: to 8 p. m. 1te.. .lege,Day Program: *. dock. *>;:, T 1 \ J .'
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PAERATA.-WILSON WOMAN'S CLUB If.
I 4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. MARCH 20. 1969 '
. ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED : I

'( MRS. JAMES W. GATEMAN _
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Paerataof _
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Christchurch, New Zealand,
announce' the engagement of
I their daughter, Elizabeth F < _

Anne to Jack Cash Wilson !! rr f
son of Mr. t and Mrs. E. W.
Wilson of;AiCesla: Park North
Hwy. A1A..
An early fall wedding is

4 t planned in. New Zealand.
Miss Paerata is now attend-

ing Canterbury University f.ai f./"
Christchurch New Zealand.' In /

{ 1 rlry her senior year of high school -s--- .. .

Miss Paerata was an exchange '.....
student with the United: States \
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and she spent a year in California ) ',
before returning to.New ,< ,
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i Mr.. Wilson a 1960 graduate < ::1-:{,' 111:,,&,
F of Hastings High School is Preparing for the V i -.Fiagler County's Federation of
serving with the US Navy An- club members 1 to r Mrs.
j'j'I tarctic Women's Clubs meeting are: local E.
Development Squadron. -
: Charles Slndelar Mrs. T. E.
W. Schmidt, Mrs. E. P. Fleurie.. Mrs.
McDermott, Mrs.' V. W. Halnes and Mrs. E L. Baggett. The all-

day meeting Is slated April 2 at Flagler Beach. Registration\ is
SECOND ANNUAL at 9:30 a. m. followed by a business meeting In the Flagler
CARTER FAMILY Beach United 'Methodist Church Recreation Hall. Flagler mem-
REUNION MARCH 30
bers will be hostesses at a luncheon at 12:30: p. m. in the Wom
The Second Annual Carter
an's Club Building 1524 S. Central Ave. Luncheon reservation
Family Reunion is planned
deadline: is March 28. For reservations contact Mrs. Vernon
March 30 at Faver, Dykes
U State :Park. Descendants, of Haines: More than eighty are expected to attend.(

I r r David Carter and"Rachel Cooper .. "
will attend. Others attending .
the annual event will be
descendants of Rachel Carter
and her' husband, the Rev.
James MIddleton; Sara Jane
Carter and William H. Parker
Jr.; .and George Carter and
GATEMAN- crepe. They wore matching Keziah Grooms.A .
,( veils and carried single long picnic lunch will be : _
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SCOTT _
stemmed yellow roses with served "
at 12:30 p. m. _
yellow satin bows.
NUPTIALS Those attending the gathering _
Miss Jolie Ann Connell_ De- are' asked to bring family
Baskets' of white blossoms Land wearing an A-line dressof records.,
arid branched candelabra green lace over green .satin sry '. __ "
were placed at either side of a green satin pillbox and Weekend visitors at the k
i an 'arch enhanced with bridal veil with white accessories, home'' of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
I .. lace bells and white satin served as flower girl. She carried Bradley at Espanola were
bows at the First Baptist a white basket holding Mrs. H" C. Stanley Perry, Fla.
... Church in Bunnell March 1 green and yellow" rose petals. and Mrs. Ruth Miller Alachua -,
f at 4:30 o'clock in the after. ere Bush DeLand cousinof Florida. ?
/' noon for wedding rites uniting the "bride, acted as ring ;
Miss Sandra K. Scott and bearer. WEEKEND.HOUSEGUESTS I w A -.. 'llli..7''f-IU1 ''r---- '- '; _

James W. Gateman., Family Larry E. Cat'eman. attended -\ Weekend''houseguests at the Woman's Club members are shown looking over entries
pews were marked with white his brother as best man home'of Mr,*and Mrs. Walter for the Annual Art,Show; sponsored by the Club Saturday March I
e satin bows and bridal' lace. and,the ushers included Tommy Morris were her father A. L. 29 at Flagler Beach,Municipal Recreation Hall.
The Rev. Charles Anders officiated Clausen and Gene Godwin Salt and her aunt Mrs. Mae __._ 4 __ _
at .the double ring DeLand and Buddy Smith of St. Petersburg and Mrs. Charlie Baker'' of Jacksonville Friends.of Mrs. Evelyn Pur-
ceremony and Scott Bunnell, brother of the, Sgt. and Mrs. John .Ronfeldtof yisited in Bunnell vis of Flagler Beach will be
wedding music was presented bride. / Valdosta; Ga. .* Sunday ) by Mrs. Nah Hllsenbeck,.'soloist The mother of the? bride appeared patient at Halifax Hospital
( '. and Ray Mercer Bunnell in a blue, ensemblewith :- Mrs. Suzanne Baldwin and Daytona Beach. '
organist.. black 'accessories and a children Eleanor and Anita of' PRATHERS HOSTS
Mr. ',and Mrs. Henry N., white carnation corsage. .- Savannah Ga. were weekend AT SUPPER AT BEACH Mr. and Mrs. James Purvis,
:, Scott Bunnell are the parents The bridegroom's mother 'visitors at Flagler Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Grady Prather, formerly of Flagler 'Beach,
I' of the bride and the bride chose a blue sheath dress with Mr, arid Mrs. Fred Morton. owners of Flagler'Beach Trailer ; have moved to Huntsville
groom's parents are Mr." and blue lace coat, white accessor-, '' Park were hosts at a chicken Ala. to reside".
Mrs. Lawrence W. Gateman les and a corsage of white HENRY L. WILKES supper Thursday night
E. Plymouth Ave. in DeLand.Mr. carnations. The church annex MRS. BORDNER given for residents of the trailer ATTENDS MEETING "
Scott 'gave his daughter was the scene of>the reception ARE WED park. Honored guests were T. H. (Buddy) ,Wadsworth,
; in marriage. following the ceremony. 'The Mrs. Bertha Bordner 208 N. former residents Mr. and Mrs. Bu'nnell was In Atlanta during
'The bride wore a gown of bride's table was highlightedwith 5th St:, and Henry L. Wilkes 'Vern Dimmick. the weekend where he attended -
A-line design of silk organzaover a decorated three-tier Winston Salem N. C., were More than seventy-five at. the Quality Wood Preservers -
taffeta with Chantillylace cake with daisies, encircling married Thursday morning at tended the annual event.: meeting. '
appliques, featuring abrlna the, bottom layer and topped eleven o'clock at the home of
neckline adorned with with a cross and entwined Rev. and Mrs R., W.1Dlckert.
sequins and seed pearls and wedding bands. The table was' Daytona Beach. The Rev. Dick- DON'T FORGET
long. sleeves. Motifs of Chan- centered with"white candela ert Pastor of Community
filly lace ,accented the wristsof bra holding' art arrangementof Memorial Church. Flagler
the organza sleeves and the daisies and two* love birds. Beach performed the single CRACKER .
Cathedral train of organza. Assisting in serving the ring ceremony DAY DANCE
Her double length bouffant. guests were Miss Johnnie Mrs. Laura Gill niece of the .
veil ',of illusion was attached Ruth Miller, and Miss Ann bride was matron 'of honor.
'to a headpiece of satin bows Hugas, both of Flagler Beach' Allen Gill was best man. Both Saturday, March 22-8 m '"
adorned with seed pearls and and Miss Becky Mercer, Bun. are'residents'. of Clyde'Ohio. p
she carried white daisies and nell. Mrs. Wendy Sheets De- Aftetn a honeymon trip to
gypsophila.Miss Land, registered the guests In West Palm Beach and other BUNNELL CIVIC CENTER
Janet L. Scott Bunnell. the'-Bride's Book. points of interest In Florida, ,
sister of the bride was maidof The couple are at home at Mr, and Mrs. Wilkes will be COUNTRY AND WESTERN MUSIC
I honor attired in an Alinedress 820 S. Boulevard. The,bride is at home at*:208 N. 5th St., i
of yellow prganza over a proof operator at the Flor. Flagler Beach.. .-
yellow bonded crepe. She worea ida Bank at DeLand and the
yellow pillbox'with veil and bridegroom is;an employe of
carried a single long'stemmed: Sherwood Medical Industries. do-it-yourself.

tinted satin bow.green rose- with green THRIF T t Western Wear of Distinction

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.. Bridesmaids were Miss INDIANA VISITORS ,
=Gwen. King and Miss Myrl- Mr: and Mrs. Ray Gilman of ... .
-ene Henry Bunnell and Missy ,Alexandria. Indiana are vis- COIN, CAR WASH I \

Eva Kossowski DeLand. Their iting in Bunnell with their V I -SEBAKERS-- .
gowns were styled identically i son in law and daughter Rev; ,
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to the one worn by the honor and Mrs. Charles -Anders and ./
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attendant, in mint green family. '
,
.. Famous ,
pressure spray -
LUNCHEON FETES COUNTRY CLUBCOMPLETES give your" car a' "long-lost- I'
VISITORSMrs. PLANS inq'lustrs'';. .,.:,leave it like
Aileen"Treadwell new again. 'New 'washed :
entertained FOR CABBAGE BALL can : :
at a luncheon Thurs Plans for the ,Cabbage Ball ,vegularly with Thrllt-T scientific -
day at her home 2258 S. Cen Saturday March 29,were com, formula do not need to '
tral Ave., Flagler Beach hon' pleted ,when the Country Club l>e waxed or polished. ... .ever. ; i
oring Miss Hazel Winslow and met Wednesday morning at Come on out and, try It.IHRIF .- I ,
Dr. Wilma Davis. Miss Winslow the home' of Mrs. Edward I _

I a retired missionary from Hawkins.: Mrs. Sammy Bertha T

Burma Methodist and Dr. Minister Davis, a retired St... president business ;meeting.presided during they j ? 1 .. f. .

,, Augustine were guests at.' ,the .r \' .The annual event Is slated I' ; Bunnell Florida ,
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Flagler Beach WSCS ,meeting at the Bunnell Civic Center CAR)WASH s ,vJI.. ,.,': Hot 0 .:v : ; .. ,
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Thursday morning. *) .... ; .' ., from 9 p. m. til., Music for the t, ,
Those enjoying the occasion' event will be'furnished by -US-1, ? ,, : 'i' "
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with the hostess and honored Danny. High and his orchestra BUNNELL, FLORIDA SAVE T JE" 'SAVEatMONEY
guests were Mrs. Reynold from Jacksonville. P. S. DoD't'forget to do your' -. ; t.

Hoover Mrs. William Givens The hostess served pastries laundry"at, Amy's 'Laundry., ... .
and,. 'Mrs. Vernon Raymond. and coffee to 8 members. I 3r

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I 5-THE TLAQLER TRIBUNE TI\tjit .. MARCH 20. 1969 serves. Construction at th<<, of your hospital standards receive their accreditation. It*
hospital Is progressing and it that will aid in Its becomingan is hoped in the future in the
Bunnell High Lesa Knight Is anticipated that the new "asset to the community. columns of this type that

Gale Leonard i wing, consisting of 'twelve There is no law or regulationthat more insight into the physical

Six Weeks Beth Matherly rooms, will be ready for occupancy states a. hospital must management and operationof
,. Ann accreditation. It Is de- a hospital win be broughtto
r. II Meekins around .,the first of seek a
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Honor Rollt' : Pam McDanlel -1. April. We here at f he hospital 'CGK voluntarily! made by the they.J.public through this .
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'
Sharon Pache ". are looking forward to the opening individual' } hospital, .but because means.-. '- .
."' ,- ...'* Vicky Perritt.: ..".,,..JL of the new wing to aIl hospitals are constantly +!!'
"A" HONOR ROLL "x'-;\ .* ..
Kirk Robertson leylate l the housing patientsIn working to improve the quality ." CARD OF THANKSWe
Chip Brooks :- Janet Scott ,the corridors whch has been of their services, more and J

Rob Cowart Dorothy Spearman inconvenient for all concerned -' more facilities are seeking to 'are sincerely grateful to
Robert CrealCatherine Betty Stefllk for a number of months. attain accreditation. Throughthe all who extended comforting
Harris David Stefllk Future plans' 'for the hospital ':"..scope, of the services a sympathy and help duringour -
Daphne Rodgers Mary Ann Stefllk Include the formation of a hospital offers varies, an accredited recent bereavement in the '

Davey Solomon Clifford Taylor .' volunteer auxiliary, au hospital hospital must conform 'loss of our mother Mary Cywinskl. \

Marcy StricklandEve Rosanna Tidwell chapel or meditation room, to standards in every .
Tucker"A Brenda Townsend and opportunities for the residents area In which, it functions. In Our sincere thanks and
& B" HONOR ROLL Colleen Tucker to becqme more involved other words, everything the gratitude for all those com
Grade 4 thru'6 Elayne Tucker ITU' the affairs of the hos- hospital does, it must do well. forting acts.
Karen Baker whole. The Family of
pital as a
.* In addition to setting standards
Kathleen Buckles ? HospitalswHich seek accred- Mrs. Mary CywinskI
for (the hospital physical
Sherry Buckles \ DBJC PRESENTS itation must meet prescribed

Dale Clegg KRAUS ,AT PIANO standards to be granted ,the plant,the staff Commission and administration of Ac- CARD OF THANKS

Susan Clegg right to display the Certificate With. deepest gratitude.,we- .'...
Detlef Kraus creditation requires that certain '
Jeff Crews .. one of Germa- of Accreditation. This Is extend this word of thanks'for '
foremost of procedures be followed in '
Teresa Edwards ny's Interpreters true of the Bunnel} General the many' cards flowers, and 1-: .
Beethoven and Brahms will these hospitals to assure the
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Gresham
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of
Myra Hospital. Bunnell General kind expressions sympathy
make return visit the greatest possible protection as .
a 'to con- '
Carole Hardin
Hospital Is accredited by the during our recent bereavement -.
'Brenda Hazellief cert stage at Daytona Beach. ,Joint Commission of Accreditation well as the best possible'care .
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Junior Humanities for !the patients. These Include
College's
Ray Johnston of Hospitals for a per- These expressions have been
Dolly Jones auditorium at 8 p. m.Tuesday, iod of three years. It Is one of good medical records, consul. deeply appreciated. ..r.
tatlons to confirm diagnosesand
March 25. The DBJC Lyceum
Kim Knight /the few privately spon
very The Family of
the doctor's reviewof
Committee Is sponsoring the own
.Tammie Lynn sored hospitals In the State Maybell Grant, .
concert which is open to the medical cases.
Debbie Medders that has received a three
Melissa Morgan public at no admission"charge.. year accreditation. The Ac- T sincerely hope this little

Tammy Robertson c Kraus' program here will bea creditation program is not item on Accreditation has given TUESDAY, MARCH 25. Or- .."

Cliff Sheffield conservative and enjoyableone compulsory for any hospital. you, the people .a. better' der Eastern Star Chapter. No. :..
and will give the audience understanding of what the 93 Initiation and Installation ..
Linda' Sheffield4,\ It is strictly a voluntary cooperative ,I.. '
a chance to see different the hospitals, must undertake to Bit 8 m. -* "
Carol June Smith ';;-* venture on part p. ;
aspects of his plan ism. The
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Jennie Solomon ; *, < ; ,1
concert will open with Beetho- :
Jerry Tilton :4- I veen's "Waldenstein" sonata ;

Dottie Tucker .' ;.y, (the.audlence Is urged, not to Fashions
Mena Wadsworth T. come late since the work will SpringSHOP .
Kathy West "f! ".','*.. '
be played without interruption ,
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Grades 7 thru 9. : and latecomers will missa

Lila Allen ..'.ar significant portion of the .

Ted Vivian Anders Arnold \ :* program.) NOW EASTER :
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Lee Carol Baker HOMERML; BENTLEY;: ;; .
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Helene Rosemary Bryan Bross j: : : : :

Karen Barbara Clsgg Cowaitt ; .., .; r :
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Billy Creal :, .
Nancy CrealCharlo ", < '
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Lisa'Robert HallChristine Gould "" ,V." 74Jus": '.OneofOur141" "

Higginbotham ; .. !- .. '

Debbie Holdridge '., ,
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Deborah.-Johnston Stacy AmesCollection
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Sheila Johnston .. : '

Paula: KiwalaCathy'Mayfield / ':,; ",' I :' ", \ \ r:
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Roberta Mitchell ,oRita :

'pellicer ... ,y .. ,,of, Dresses..". '
Jan PerrymanJames % '. ..
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Jack Donna Ken Taylor Rawlins Stefllk 1 Tr! ( \ \ !v f: "..'o.,... .,',. '.1 .

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Cherry Wadsworth 'PatientlySpeaking11 .. J.. ;...,, :
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Stella Weaver : :

Wally_Wilkins 1 .. :....
Grades 10 thru 12 ; \ 1\\ r' Coral 70 'or

Mike Barber By BentleyI ?" t. ; ; ..... ,.-"" ,

Gary Buckles would like at this time to .'1 '! '...., -.' ;\'" -t''
Brown,1)rLF' '"
Cheryl Burns \ ". f. :
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Marvin Clegg express to the residents .,.I \ .. \./'
Flagler County my sincere -. .
Minnie Deen thanks and, appreciation for ,N't";"" .
Janet HainesMarian their kindness in welcomingme <.I ,'. 5.r ;.fo,.'.r. ..."I'. :,,;.B I U e -. ''
Irvin' f.
as a part of the community *.' ,

Gwen KiQg"Harold King In which the hospital .. > '\;'

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Winners .
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NEWSY CHURCHESThe

S t th _, Rev. Father Anthony
b tt Leon. Pastor
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e b, Health with Key to the Scrip. St. Church, Korona
Weekly Sermon tures by Mary Baker: Eddy Mars ............ 7:30 a. m.
O : n, t Bunnall First United will include the following: "To Weekday Masses-: Monday,
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ascertain our progress, we ,Wednesday and Friday. 8:30a. :
Methodist Church must learn where our affec- m. '
?y Rev. Ollyer F. Taylor. Pastor ti';ns are placed and whomwe .

fi AN ESCAPE .. acknowledge and obey as- '" Blessed Sacrament Chapel
God. If divine Love is becoming Flagler Beach

j There is a great deal of difference nearer, dearer. and more Sunday Mass ..._......,9:00, : a. m.
4 between recreation real to us, matter Is then sub. Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
f' ': and escape. The root of the mitting to Spirit. The objectswe Thursday and Saturday at
{ aj word recreation is to recreateor pursue and the spirit we 9:00: a. m'1Ca.techism,
make new. Escape gives manifest reveal our standpoint Classes. 3:00: p. m. ,
:'f j the connotation of' getting and show what we are Tuesday.,
away or avoiding' the normal winning." All are welcome to \

", ,' rTr patterns of life. To some alcohol attend the services. St. Stephens, Bunnell, ,
,.',S:'. \. provides a means of es Christian Science servicesand Sunday Mass:..._...10:3O-a.: m. 4
cape. More money is spent for Sunday School are held Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.,
t a alcoholic bevarages In America in his: area at 11:00: a. 'm. in Tuesday. '
than for charities, churchesand First" Church of Christ, Scientist Confessions before all masses.
welfare organizations.The Ormond Beach, 100 North Weekday Devotion: Novenato
great'escape for manyIs Halifax Drive, and First Our Lady Wednesday and ,
to saturate themselves in Church of Christ, Scientist Saturday after Mass.
Olliff Saxon Bunvnell' left, was graduated from Shell Oil ,
alcohol in order to separate Daytona Beach 137 Live Oak
Company's Dealer Management Development 'Course. lie was their personages from reality. Ave. Wednesday Evening Community Memorial
awarded a certificate of achievement by D. F.-Hollar at. a luncheon This is extremely different Meetings, a* which testimonies \ Church \
held In Jacksonville recently. than recreating. the personality of healing in Christian Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
He took the 160-hour four-week course !ito study all phasesof to meet tomorrow's respon Science are given. are at,8,o'- Reverend' R. W. Dicker..Pastor

modem business management and to familiarize himself, sibilities., A frustrating question clock. Sunday School ......._...........9:45
with, the latest advances in automotive design. and servicing \, should loom..before' man Worship Service ,.............11:00:
techniques. as to his responsibility to himself Ladles Guild: Last Thursday I"
his fellow man and his REV. PINNER :.TO BE of each month at 2 p. m.
God. Is escape or confrontation
the proper ,Approach to BAPTIST CRUSADE First Baptist ChurchRev.
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life? SPEAKER Charles Anders, Pastor
( ATLANTIC HARDWARE As a Christian an individualhas Moody' Boulevard- Bunnell
a responsibility toward Reverend Thomas N. (Tom)
Sunday School.._...9:45 a. in. .
'l j FL personality and physical 'be Pinner, pastor of Hialeah Baptist Worship Service.-.ll:00: a. 'm. I,
is attitudeof Miami will be ,
ing. Temperance an Church in ,
,Evening Worship..._.6:3O: p. m. t
.. a SUPPLY CO. INC. God. "Woe to those who evangelist for Crusade of the Adult Choir Rehearsal' ........7:30
rise early in' the morning Americas Revival to be heldat (
Sunbeams and GAs: 3' : ,
p. m ;
that they may run after the First Baptist Church, at ,
strong ,drink, who tarry late Bunnell from March 23rd thru Monday
YWA: 8 m. 1st and 3rd ::
p.
in the evening till wine Inflames ,28th. i 'I..
MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH I It them!" Isaiah 5:11. The Crusade of Americas is Monday
a' prdgram of educational Prayer Meeting: ,7:30: p. m. r r
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PHONE 439-2303 SUNDAY SERVICES AT evangelism launched by Wednesday ''J
1 Junior Choir: 3:30 p. m.
million in
twenty: Baptists y;
l CHRISTIAN SCIENCE North Central and South Thursday ,;,
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America which' will continue \
CHURCHES MARCH,23 First United Methodist, ;,
1"- ) thru the Summer of 1969. The x
."Set your affection on things theme' of the crusade is Lambert Avenue, Bunnell Y

above, not on things on the "Christ, The Only Hope". Rev. Oliver Taylor Pastor .::i''
.after you see earth." This is,the Golden Text Reverend Pinner,>,was pastor Sunday School.._.:_.9:45: a* m. .
1 \ '"of the Bible Lesson-Sermon to 'of the First Baptist Church of Worship Service..._.11:00: a. 'm. ,'

., your.doctor.. .. be heard-at ,Christian Science Bunnell; for many years 'before Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45p. : f
,, I Churches ,thij Sunday. The moving to Miami. 'Services m. Wednesday v "'"' ,
gi bring subject' is, uM iter." will be held at 7.30'p. m. Children Choir Rehearsal:
yourprescription
Passages from the denominational Sunday l thru Friday beginningMarch 2nd and 4th Thursday at'I
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to textb$ok, Science and 23. 3 p. m. __
MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
6:30 p. m/ .
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WSCS: 1st Wednesday at :
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'ftqtq: 'Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday .
11 at8p.m. l
Professional Bldg. Methodist Men:. 3rd Wednes
day at 7:15: p. :.m.
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Reverend Reynold N. Hoover tl
Flagler County Insurance Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach 'I

Y# w 4 Church'School..........?9:45: a. m. '?!I"
Morning Worshlp..ll:00: a. m. j.

Agency, Inca MYF ..........................6:30 p. m.Womens .
I i Society: Christian \
Service: 2nd Thursday each
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month at 9:30 a. m. \,
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Methodist Men: Dinner-meet
,3O5 East Moody Blvd., -:- Phone 437-3171 '
.Ing at 6 p. m. 2nd Monday of ,;

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,l..JFE-FJRE-AUTp.-CASUALTY PENTECOSTAL
r' .:_ HOLINESS CHURCH
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A41. I Iu Bunnell Off Franz St.
A. C. Russell. Pastor

Sunday School...?...10:00: a. m.
(SAVE 75c) : : Worship Servlce.....i.ll'OO: a. m.

{ Prayer, Meet..Wed. 7:30: p. m. .
Attention 3 Gal. Paint $5Wl"R' '" Worship Serv.....Sun. 7:30 p."m."

Latex 'Int. or Ext.
St. Thomas EpiscopalThe

P at YOEMANS PAINT FactoryNew Priest Rev. Thomas In Charge Mably

Locafion-1846-Nora Rd.. % sift Houth North of of Hand FlomIeh Ave. 3 miles Highway'east of Bunnell 100 on

FREE CHOICE OF''70 COLORS-SEE IT MADE Morning Worship..10:00:: a. m.<

ALL-TEL. I Church School:.._..10:00: a. m.
FREE GIFTS FOR 677-8O2O ;
PASSION PLAY sheduled: that week for 11OO Holy. ,Communion first Sunday
__ _ This Offer Expires March 31, '1969vw_ ._ _, V p. m. Tuesday. Wednesday of each month /I" '
-- - -- - -- - -- --- - rr' -ry AT:, LAKE WALES k Thursday, Friday and Satur-

Special performances will day. There will be a twilight First Baptist'' ChurchN.

be given during Holy' Week, show'at 6 p. 'm. Easter. Central Ave.,. Flagler Beach
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CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. which, starts March 30 by the Regular performances, which Rev. Max HalL' Pastor
Black Hills Passion Play, cur continue:through April 20,are Sunday School..........9:45: a. m.
.. II. CRAIG Funeral'Director rently in its '17th 'season in scheduled Tuesdays, Thursdays Worship Service..11:00: m.
'' Lake Wales.'t. i and Saturdays at 7:30 p.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
JOHN CAPO. Manager The Palm Sunday, presentation m. 7 p. m.Community. .. ,
Am OXYGEN will start at 6 p. m. In the There will be one more Hymn Sing first
I LADY Lake Wales Amphitheatre. matinee on March 26 at 3 p. Sunday each month 7 p. m.
t CONtfrn9NEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT ," I ..".;EQUIPPED Evening performances are rn. ,c_? ,

AMBULANCES .
Many sharks will turn and During 1968 the State Comp. ATTEND THE .
7-3532' attack boat'' when hooked troller Office Issued
Phone ID a 10,603 licenses
.and unable to break' away, to retail stores allowing CHURCH OF YOUR !"
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA says Naturalists John Hamletof "Them to sell goods and CHOICE' &N SUNDAYr ,

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS BHS BAND
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1969' "tlM '
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28 Years Riding public has about Mo retired from the Army in :1946 PARTICIPATES';7-- ,...,.. ::,.:.,..r-. <,

torcycles". Without exception and spent most of'my time CONTESTBunnell '
DIST.
everyone said "noise", and traveling In the United States IN ? f. .. ,

,Motorcycling added "Mr. Davis, if all cycle and ,even Mexico, always by High School's '-Blg-

Jeff Davis, 64 year ?old ,re- riders rode as quiet as you no motorcvcie. gest Little Band in Dixie" received
tired Army veteran recently one would object." I rode solo In 1950 I received a letter a Good rating for sight

spoke to the Senior Citizens for 400,000 miles and'200,000 from Mr. Paul' Jones, formerlythe reading and a Fair rating, for

at their regular monthly meet- with
_ I Ing. ,He told them of his 28 itals of 48 states, from the sad- Council. He said In'part: "Con District 4 Concert Contestat

years experience on the mo tile of my Haxley-Davidson gratulations on your long Terry Parker School In

torcycle. 74". safety record. It is noted in Jacksonville. Band members'

Davis described the last In' 1952, the Harley-Davld- your letter that you place performed Friday and Satur

motorcycle trip he /took across son Motor Company awardedme Courtesy above everything fora day.Bruce -

the country to California In a diamond, studded pin for safe Journey. "No wonder Kendall was awardeda

1962 taking him thru 16 states. riding 100,000 miles in two you are a Safe Driver"! Superior rating for student

He described the scenery as years. I'was the first rider in cor .ducting. Two ensembles

beautiful and said everyone the world to receive, the 50,- FISHING LINE both received excellent rat

",' 'should see for themselves OOO( ( mile pin. This mileagewas SPORTS' ings. Participating' in the

what a great country this Is. rolled up in one year. Iwas By Al Zamba clarinet quartets were Brenda

"Here are some facts that the 6th rider in the motorcycle *, Week Ending .March 14 1969 Townsend Faye Hutcheson,

might interest you", Davis world to ,be ,awarded the 'NOTES Susan Hall,' Linda Church,'

said. "I started riding in the 100,000 mile pin". After checking at the fish Nancy Creal Stella Weaver

spring of 1939 and did not stop "I am now 64 years of age, GIRLS; INTRAMURAL camps and along the surf the Susan Higginbotham. and

riding until October 1967 -whenI and never drove an automobile BASKETBALL TONIGHTThe only productive spots were Cherry Wadsworth.

remarriedIn: the 28 yearsI f in my life until I'was 62. Bunnell High Schoolgirls' near the Inlet where a few

traveled from coast to coast In the past 17 months I rolledup intramural basketball bass and small drum were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me-

not, just once but 20 times," 32,000 miles of the 40,000 final and consolation) games I being taken. Over on the pier Knight and sons of Miami

"I rolled up 600,000 miles miles we have on ''the car. My will be played tonight at the some whiting are biting andif were recent visitors at the

without accident noise' or wife. Mildred, drove the other gymnasium. The final Intra- you are fishing the waterway home of his parents, Judge

.traffic tick its. Incidentally I 8000. We expect to go righton mural championship game the best area is the cement and Mrs. T. K. McKnight) ,

talked with men and women rolling up the miles as will be played, at 7 p. m. and cut, where the blues are Cherry St., Bunnell. :'

from all walks of life and travel is one/of our great hob followed by 'a consolation ,being taken in good numbers,

asked them "What wq s the bies. No man should retirein game about' 8 p. m. Charley Ward has taken S.
There is 'a-small admission 100 blues ,in the last few ; SERVICE OFFICER AT ." >
the word.
Most Complaint, the Non. ths full sense of the I over
,charge. i- weeks using the yellow buck. VETERANS HOSPITAL A '

tall and Charley tells us if ;

OPCC WOMEN you fish tHe canal it won't do County Service Officer Raymond -

TO* MEET- any good It seems the blues Smith is a medical patient
10% DISCOUNT SATURDAY The Ocean Palm .Country are Just in the area of, the cement at the Veterans Hospitalat
-Club Women's'{ Golf Association '
cut. Lake City. His address is:

will meet at 1 p. m. Tuesday T. J.: Miller told us the Ward 4 South, Veterans :Hos-

ONLYFREE March '25, at the club specks are really biting in the pital, Lake City, Florida. "

\ ,house. area of the creek. T. J. said he
Air"members' are urged to would have his share of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

GUIDED TOUR EVERYDAY attend .:the's meeting. specks even before fishing the IN THE COUNTY .JUDGE'S
lake. COIIIIT IN AND FOR FLAG
OPCC MENS LFR COUNTY STATE: OFFLORIDA.

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TROPIC GARDENS MATCH PLAT t, IN VIlOll ATEOO2:

WINNERSWinners ,BUNNELL GENERAL ESTATE BHONISIWV.\V OF CZACHOROWSKI.
,of Saturday's DECEASED. "

Next to Cracker Day Race Track match ',play ,at OPCC were ,HOSPITAL All NOTICE creditors: TO of CREDITORS the Estate ofBUONISLAW

Walton Kinney, Jack Hall, CZACHOROWSKI.deceased
ADMISSIONS: are hereby notified andrequired
Russ Elliott Harry Bengel,
to file claims demands
.. '?.. :. :.. .. Edward Hawkins John Few- Levenia Meshey Steve Un- which any they may or have-

: kes, Kent Holland, and Rem derwood Margaret Gllyard against the said Estate. In the of, \
flee of the County Ju .ge of Flag
..;x .. :Rti x+'}? {;){;?.3.;ixttihraptiy + Murray ,< Frances Fryman Patricia C. ler County, Florida tot h Courthouse
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The Championship 18 hole Nobles, Elizabeth Bullard, at I unnell. ilorida, within ;
six calendar months from the ,
elimination will continue 2.3 Florence Norcross, Emma date of the drat publication of
'w eks; y..1- Wilder Sherry Emery, Fannie this notice.' Each: claim or -demand I
must be In writing I and
B. Cockrell Paul Gurley. must state the place or residenceand
: .. NEPHEW KILLED Cecil Hazelle Mabel Emery, post office address of the
% claimant and must be toby ,
sworn
;r.Y'k;..:, ; :;#; $$ IN VIETNAM ',Orvil Decker.DISCHARGES:. the claimant, his agent, or his
vw::' : >* 5* v x* s.i, Lance Cpt. Donald' E. attorney according, or to it law.will, become void. .. _

,jiu2: ''h'v:>Va :}: (Rusty) Sizemore, 20 son of : January .7th. 1969.sMolly .
+' y{:i q1 Y : Mr., and Mrs.f>Carl T.: Sizemore, James Raulerson Russell H./Tucker OraczwsktVJames .,..' ,

.., ,Holly hill died Thursday of Attorney for Executrix ,.- "
:::SYYa:3-.3, : :>:7:{ Yelvington, Joseph Parrlsh
ff.:: >: P. O. Box 398
A wounds suffered in combat
r} Inez Poole Poole Baby Girl, Bunn Florida.
Dec. 8 in Vietnam. He was the Essie Mae Smith Steve Under Feb. 27. March 6. 13. 20. 4tc.

nephew of Mrs. Leslie Tucker, wood Anita, Akins. Anna Hoff, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ', '
Bunnell, and' was a frequent Dennis
Baby Boy Hoff Clay
IN CIRCUIT COURT FLAGL,EIt
the1.
visitor at Tucker: home.
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: Mary S. Brannam, Levenla COUNTY FLORIDA 'f .
ADVERTISEMENT Meshey' Walter Meshey Na... CIVIL ACTION No. R12 E ,* -
LEGAL :MALCOLM L. JOHNSON.
than McCall Frazer Sullivan, Plaintiff ,
REQUEST FOR inns Stella .
Jones.LEQAL
OHAMES ,
hereby given that the R. F. JR.. son of ROBERT
Hoard ICflsC Commissionersof F. OHAIdES: and LILLIANB '
OHAMES and ILA 'DIANNE
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willreceive
Flagler Courtly.
sealed bids' ndO: a. ADVERTISEMENT OHAMES. wife of H. F.
TII. Monday. April 7. 1969. in theotttce OHAMES.: JR.. all heirs devisees -
1 NOTICE: UNDER FICTITIOUS
grantees, creditors i LILLIAN
of the Cleric of the Circuit NAME LAW acf:
B. OHAMES and other
1 Court in the Flagler County ,
Notice Is hereby given that
.. parties claiming by, through.under .
.Y- }/;::<;f3+ ; Courthouse, Bunnell. Florida for the undersigned, provisions :
r95tle .or against LILLIAN B.
the following: I :
of Chapter 20 Lawsof '
.. .. Hourly for painting the 'GHAM H. nowdeceased.. ,
: rate
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M. nxT Uf{{ Sr} Florida. Acts of 1941.. will register Defendants. '
outside of theFlag'ler oun- with the Clerk of the Cir-
NOTICE OF SUIT
'ty, Courthouse.The ,
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cuit Court In and for Flagler
TO: R. OHAMES JR and ILA
-ir>iY ;R: Board reserve the right
County. Florida upon receipt of
L- .... : as the Interests of the County DIANNE OHAMES. his wife.
: .:w}.:: ,, ;v ; ....:..yr r, '!::.':':-' :w;Y} jrfir;., may require<< .'to reject anor all proof tice. of the publication following of fictitious this no- and all parties'claiming Interest ,
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;+:o'tMCv L ++cwGariw .c;rba+:::.cWiof..7dta7. ronw r bids and to waive any Informalities by through, under oragainst ,
name, to-wlt:
t LILLIAN: U'GUAMES

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Hated at Bunhell. Florida, this Saxon Shell .Oil Service dead, and all parties -,\
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: The world's largest sedan? llth day OTIS of March.,8.,, HUNTER 1969. business underwhich I at: IB am eig'1."d: in. have nhal any l right or claiming title or in-y to
That the party Interested in said .
terest In the property herein
Chairman Board of ,
business enterprise. follows
Is as '
described.
County.Commlssloners1"TEST
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"... That little thing?The largest? \ )\" FLagler: County, Florida : Olllff Saxon' an YOU action are has hereby been notified instituted that In

'Wetfcer.'ainlynotinleng'h.Andmost Dated at Bunnell. Flagler the above 'Court to .foreclose
I GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk a
:--... County Florida, March 4. 1969.
T,*assuredly. .. ;not in width., '.. i i> .it .* t*"*" _March 13. & 20. 1999. 2fc. _Mar. 6. 13, 20. 27. 4 to erty mortgage in Flagler on the County following Florida prop-:
p But when start counting the things >* 4 Being of Section '
t. you GAL AnVBHTISEMENT a part 40.
you can get l inside its trunks,, that's quite' > r(. ... -L "nins -- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Township 31 East and 10 more South,partlcularly Range-- ') I
another story -'. REQUEST FOR REQUEST FOR Bins "'described as follows ,.
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<>.J: t Notice is hereby'given that thatBoard Notice hereby given that the Beginning at the Northeasterly
little Squareback ba -
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of Commlaaloneraof of
/ County County Commissionersof corner of .the said I See-
tomes the world's largest sedan. r Flagler County Florida, will Flagler County.' Florida, will: tion 40, Township South. J
.' hard forts -.. .r receive sealed bids, ; until 9:00 A. receive sealed bids until 9:00: A. Range 31 East '
the cold of
Here as a point
., are M. Monday' April 7, 1969, in thentiee M. 'Monday. April 7. 1 in theoffice reference and running ''
The f/unk on the largest conventional \t \ of the Clerk: of the Circuit of the*'Clerk of the Circuit thence South 19- 67' "5"-
.,' sedan measures 22 cubic feet. (And soma .. i "Court.... in the Flakier County Court In the Flagler County East along the Easterly line ,\
; of this is token tire.l, : the''house. Buqnell. Florida for Courthouse.... Bunnell. Florida' forth of the, said Section 40, a dls- ,
room up by a spare I ; following:: following: tance of 2322.44 feet to the
The Squareback.. will! four One new rubber tired Front One New Crawler Tractor i Northerly .
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: carry passer, ,/ End boundary t
Y Loader Articulated Design equipped with 120 Flywheel t"
100 foot ,
.... and 31.2 cubic feet of And right-of-way
.'r 1 ,gers things. Four Wheel Drive. Power Horsepower Diesel t E Malacompra Road thence
.. "I.i with' ,the rear seat down you get a giant ., ", .' .' Shift Transmission Torque oil Clutch Direct Drive South 71* 03' 03* West,
Converter. Hydraulic Power Transmission,
.. 48.9 cubic feet of carrying space., <4. ,. .,t' .. Steering and Brakes. 15.6x25. Engine Enclosures Cap Blower Locks along boundary. the of Northerly' ,
',% {' .' How did we ,make i it so big, > 12 PR Tires Automatic' Lift Fan. Crankcase Guard. 24" Road a distance Malacomora of .785.46

.,.t );" It's really.not too complicated.Where t1'.# Kick-Out tloner. The and Bucket;,Bucket shall Posl-be Guards Tracks, Hydraulic Track Oullding Control I feet to of the this point of beginning -!

." most cars have'on engine, we have o'I I :- at least l1}*.Cubic Yard Ca- Angling Dozer Heavy Duty thence cdntlnulng description South 71*::

i 'i.k trunk. (Our engine Is tucked behind the pacity. of the Multipurposetype. Winch.Cab and _Guard., and, Towing. i <, 03' 03" West along the 'saldfc
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',, ; 1" .';/ rear wheels where all good VW, engines'$ : '" j ,,3_' The machine shall also beequipped I listed The Tractor with the above Northerly boundary a right.pt distance of- ,'wnyf 6OO
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tucked.) with,.Fenders. Muf equipment shall weigh fetr thence' '
ore : North 18 66
tier Lighting Cab, '. not less than
System
....;.; :,1) i f' And where most"'fars have a flashy", .. Windshield Wipers and and shall have 32.800 a Diesel pounds EnIftne 87"f-way West' along''said' right..'

: "1 r rear deck: we have more*'car. (This is u j..... Of The Counterweights.Diesel Engine 'shall be Cubic' Inches.f not less than 429 of: 1200 boundary feet: : thence: a distance North

!t :! v:" what makes a Squareback a squareback..J of not less than '282 Cubic Bids to be submitted with and 7103'60,0 03 feetthence* East a distanceof _
South
,: But even with all I this space;the Square i' ', : = .J Inches'vm 80 and FW develop HP. not less wIthouttradetn."fit traded Equipment to 19* 57' 45* East ,,a distanceof
,
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back is only 7Y: inches longer than they The weight, of the' Loader Dozer aproxlmately laTDr2? International seven years 120. feet to the point of
.'I I equipped as above specified old and may be beglnlng of this description.
bug. Inspected 'at
..
,.. ;shall be not .less than 48.40Onounds. : ( a-\\f/T County Road Camp 'on True Bearings are referred to the-
; # Whichmakestheworrd'.largestsedan' / 8I east of Bunnell. Meridian! and parcel'

t'+ also I one of!the world's smallest., .. nit The the Board Interests reserves of the thex County right' 'as The the B.08ird interests reserves of the the Countv right has contains been filed 0.16 against acres. you.. and

: :.,A" ,', Volkswagen Squareback: \ ., *mav..'* require and to 'waive to reject any any informal or all may bids require and to. to alve.an reject any nform-or all' you,to and serve each a copy of you of are your required written --, '
... It lea In bids received. all ties In bid_ .- defenses if any. to It on LELAND -
received
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/' ): : Price to be FOB-Bunnelt. Indicating Price to be FOB Bunn n:; lndi%: B. SHAW* Attorney for
Plaintiff. whose address la P. O.
delivery eating -
approximate
;t: I rt"t_. date.Dated. approximate delivery, Box 29*,-Bunnell Florida. 32010.
: and ,file' the '(original with the
Dated at Bunnell Florida this at Ilunnell Florida :
"tbJ,; ,
.Palatka' 11th Clerkof the above' styled Courton
11th day of March.' 19119. / day of March -19en, .iIJitI'OTIS +
tefore April 1989
: OTIS' S. HUNTER S. HUNTER '.' ; otherwise
: ; : a Judgment may be enter-
Chairman Board of Chairman Board of 'aaralnat'' yool-ifor the relief de...
j County Commissioners of County
Commissioners of
manded In the .
1 Complaints -
FloridaA
Flagler County, laSler
County FloridaGEORGE
.''" '"*! Ffi'flOROE*. *> / / M. MOODY
MOODY Clerk M. MOODY., Clerk. Clerk Circuit Court. Flagler-
1380.. 1969 2TC March 13 & v County. Florida.
March 20, 1969 2TC
Feb.: 27. :Mar. 6. 19. 20. 4te.l .




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