The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00480
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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57. NO. 14 __._ THURS DAY. MARCH 27 1969 S3.5J A YEAR


DiscussesAirport ,.. SPEAKS'TO Mrs. V. Haines

LeaseThe BEACH. LIONS Head I Red CrossMrs.

\ State Representative W. H.
Board of County Commissioners Jasper White and Mrs.
(Bill Reedy spoke on "Cam-
held a special 11 'I, :. pus Unrest and Citizens Responsibility' Vernon Haines, Flagler Beach
meeting Friday to discuss pro. ; : *when he addressed have been named CoChairmen .

. posals being made for 'leaseof ;: the Flagler Beach Lions of the Flagler County :,;

airport facilities. s : Club at a dinner-meeting Red Cross Drive. The quota '4;,.
,1\A'L '
Three parties had expressedan : ; ; :. Monday night. for the drive now underway

Interest In leasing parts of .oivK'Ii( > H. R. (Bob) Peck Ocoee In Flagler County Is $1,000
of the airport. Embry Riddle \ \\i ; .1'V candidate for Lions District Last years collections passedthe

had previously met with the ; Governor, also sPoke'' to the $1,000 goal.
Board ,and expressed their Intent group. <* "The Red Cross contributions

to ,present a lease pro. "n4 provides services'to the men
Plans were made for an
posal. However they had decided Auxiliary organizational meeting and women of the Armed
not to proceed with their Forces and their families, the )
1 Wednesday, March 26 at
I plans., ..,.. ,, the home of Mrs. Andrew Jan- blood program safety cervices f
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had White I
Mapco Inc., expressed '---- sic. Flagler Beach.It and others", Mrs. :;
verbal Interests' In,leasing air. Gilbert Frank Flagler Beach is shown receiving his 50 year was'announced the Lions explained. ."1.

port facilities. However the membership,certificate in The American Legion. Presenting, the new headquarters in the Mill- Volunteer chairman assisting 7
proposal. they' made was not certificate is Post Adjutant Cora Buckles who is assisted by Post and Hotel will be completedand with the drive are Mrs. M. :

in line with terms the Board Commander, C. O. Magee. the next meeting will be C. Strickland Favortar Mrs.
desired for'a lease. held there. Otis Hunter. Espanola; Mrs. "
Frank was In the 11th Field Artillery in.the :
Several month ago. C. B., Alfred Tucker. Bimini and St
About 30 members and 1
Sector of France in World War I. He ,
joined the American Leg.
Miller had !submitted 'a written guest Lyman Gage attendedthe Johns Park Mrs. Dick Cody
ion In Salamanca, N WYok: Frank' moved to flagler' Beach
proposal which the Board ) meeting at Rogers, Res.,, Haw Creek; Mrs. Lyman Gage
has had an opportunity. to '10 years: ago-when'he retired from,the railroad.. -" .,. ,,. ,{f .. taurant. Marineland; Mrs. Ward Martin .
study. At the Friday meeting, Beverly Beach;; Mrs. Jimmy .

the Board decided to notify PRESENTS. 1 PLAQUE TO DOYLE CONNER DuPont, Midway 'Park; .

Miller that ,the,Board, was if*/ Mrs. Norcross ........,..t.tfcftfriifcn nnmiiri-"a""' ....-....- Mrs. A.. G. Jones*. Painters
terested in, his proposal and ., Hill; 'Herbert Fuller. Flagler l

they requested that he and Passed Away .t' Beach', businesses and :Mrs. '

his attorney meet with the ',.. ...;:, M. B. Britton, Carver Section. ;)
Board at a near. future date to Sunday Mar. 23 "" r The Flagler County Red

work' out the- details of a.. Florence E. Norcross,,<75. 505 Cross' Drve| will continue. '
a lease. South Central Ave ',1 Flagler March ;
A special meeting of the : \
Beach 3r
passed away' Stindxyat' _
Board has been called for this Bunnell General Hospital); Fun oral 1 Services
afternoon at 2 p. m. for the .
She was born In Holyrood,
Board to have an opportunity' 'On tax Id. 'Canada' 'and! movedto For //ylrs. 'WilderThursday
to unify their thinking on the 3 i Yy Nr( ae ia
Flagler Beach 20
,years ago .
terms')that..they will,be agree from Lakewood.;NJ., .' She was Aft.Funeral ..
able accepting., in an air
of Royal lNelghbors.
a member :
a port lease. 'Flagler Senior Cith+ens'and St.' services for Mrs.
Emma Catherine Wilder,. 83,
.:Augustine Seventh Day :Ad.'v '
.' ;, PROCLAMATION V entist gChuret 4 r '7'J 2O32 S. Daytona. Ave. Flagler :
I:., ""*.. American : "i;: I J Beach. will be at 2:00: Thursday ,'
"Whereas; the : : ,
51ieisccu; ed'py'berhus* ; *,afternodrT'nr' :IFlagTerBeacH --''': ."f -.' 'l,
Bed Cross is round-the- '
giving band, $trat'lag1erBeach' ; } ; United ;Methodist
clock service to our sons who _
a daughter, Mrs* Pearl Weat- Church with the Rev. Reynold
are fighting in Vietnam andJ, erhead Bean svtl1e; Canada: ; Hoover officiating. Mrs;, Wild-
maintaining U. S. military! a brother, William Fennell, ed died
Monday morning at
strength in other, far places; ,
Celbourne Canada; 10( grand. Bunnell General Hospital. .
and children.;, and 15. great grand Born in South Latsford Pa.,
"WHEREAS the Red Cross
children. .t4f she moved to Flagler Beach 20
stands ready to come to the
Funeral "services ,will be' at ." years ago from there. She wasa
aid of people stricken by .
. 2 p. m. Friday In the Seventh member. of Flagler Beach
flood fire or stormand
'WHEREAS, the AmericanRed Day Adventist Church, St. .., United Methodist Church.
Augustine Florida with Elder Survivors include her hus
Cross provides(Ito hospital,
Edwin Crosby officiating. band",, Andrew Flagler Beach;
health agencies and physicians
whole blood derivatives Friends may view'the remains hoto By Ted Heln and 2 stepdaughters Mrs.
more than other -. In the Craig Funeral Home Cattlemen's Association President Raymon Tucker, Minnie Pritchard Phillips-

thus any greatly contrib.organization Chapel Bunnell, until 10:00a. : right, presents a plaque with ,a picture, of 1966 World burg N. J. and Sister Mary

uting to the health of the .,, m. Champion racing horse, Go-Dick-Go to Doyle Conner. Giles Albany, N.Y.
The family requests in lieu Interment will be in Shady
American and
"WHEREAS people, our; Red Cross of flowers that contributions NATIONAL CHAMBEROF Large Crowd Rest Cemetery Holly Hill, I
J <
be made to 'Saint \
here helps keep our ,families
COMMERCE WEEK Calling ,hours will be until
safe and healthy through its Seventh Day Adventist Attends' Cracker,
noon Thursday at Craig Funeral
courses in first aid water Church. MARCH 23 29
\ Home and at the church
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safety, and home nursing; Activities
Day : : from 1 p. m. until the hour of
"WHEREAS all of us r-re!! About 1400 persons turned ;
can at all times help supportour out for Flagler County's 14th
Red Cross'with our money Annual Cracker Day celebra F. B. COMMISSION '

volunteer 'service, and blood; tion Saturday. ADOPTS RESOLUTION :

"NOW THEREFORE We Among those attending was .
s '
: S :
Herbert Fuller, Mayor of the Florida Commissioner of' Ag.'

City of Flagler Beach, Florida riculture Doyle Conner, who' Flagler Beach City Com '
;and C. Elsenbach. Mayor of $ : ,. received a plaque for his con missioners unanimously
the City of Bunnell Florida do r1k tribution to the livestock In adopted a resolution.accenting

hereby proclaim the week ,of $ .V dustry State Senator Jim Will. the Master Plan of the Board .,
March 23rd through March iams, State_ Reps. Jim Glisson of County Commissioners at :
31st as RED CROSS WEEK in Bill Reedy and Gus ,Craig their meeting Thursday night.

Flagler Beach and Bunnell, received honorary member. The Master Plan a 'comprehensive
and urge all citizens to Joinus ships in the Flagler 'County area-wide study was

ini supporting, the Red Cattlemen's Association. President outlined to the commission by
Tucker made the.
Cross." presen- Emory ,Dawkins of Dawkins
(Seal) R tations. and Associates Engineeringfirm.

Herbert Fuller ; ? R- More rthan 2,000, pounds of The study is being made .
," Mayor City of Flagler S beef and pork were preparedfor by the FHA and paid by the :,1
Beach 6 the event by cooks Stubby Federal Government. :'::,

\ C. B. Elsenbach +p e McDonald and Bobby Ben In other business the 'commission .

.Mayor of City of Bun nett. :
nell Local winners of events: Took no action on a re- '

Dated: March 19 1969 Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5213 was awarded the VFW Children's Cowpony Race up quest from property owners to
to 13 years, Edee Cowart, Haw open a thirty foot "UP" in .
TIDE TABLE Quota Buster Banner for exceeding the 1969 membership quota. Creek; and 14 to 19 years Block 2, Mobbs Subdivision. ,
The banner was presented to Commander Danny Johnston, Ken Tucker Haw Creek. All the ''
2O-26 Approved purchase of library
Tides for March LOW standing left, and .Jack Petit standing right, by the Departmentof received cash awards.. books amounting to

A.M.HIGH P.M. A.M. P.M. Florida Hdqs..at a meeting in Ocala last Saturday. This,is the The days activities concluded $12.92. .:;, '

Day Tides for March 27 April 2 first time the local post has received the ,banner held by Harold with a dance at the Bun Ariooted a resolution; au. .i

Z1 3:06: 3:36 93Q'; 9:36: Ramsey center Other members shown are 1 to r.seated.-Martln nell Civic Center sponsored by thorizing city officials to pro. .,
and T. A. Jones. The quota the Veterans of Foreign Wars. ceed with condemnation of
28 4:06: .4:35: 10:24", 10:30;: Harding, Jimmy Hargett Dale Brown
29 5:00: 5:24: 11:12 '1124 was fifty: and their membership totals 53. property' lying east of SR AlA.
30 5:48 :6:12 1154; 11:59: ; WOMANS CLUB ART Granted $50 expense allow

31 6:36 6:54: 12:12: ,;12:36: :,Sugar cane? Is not grown stead the cane stalks are FESTIVAL SAT. MAR. ance to City 'Water operator
1 7:18 7:36: 12:54: 1:12: from seed, In the fields of U.S. planted and new plants grow Ralph Harbert' to attend a"', ;"

2. 7:54 8:18: 1:36: 1.:48: Sugar ,Corp.: at qe lston. Infrom shoots at each::Joint. 29 1:00.6OOP., M. course in Gainesville.r .'. I.':, _:rK


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Entered as second class matter
February 6. 1913. at the post-
nUNNI LL. FLORIDA office at Bunnell. Florida under

JOHN A. CLECJO Act of March 3. '1876. C 14 a I C E '( Lean Western "Center Cut"

Editor and Publisher 100 Per Cop 5'c
BETTS 8. McDANIEL One Year o
News Editor Six Month ....._........i UU Pork Chops

o..ated newspaper for all Outalde Flaaler County;
Legal Ad.ertlsina< "' .00 Per Year


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are Important, not only to the people who receive xxxIb.
them, but also to the people who pay the bill. And, in the case U. S. D. A- Choice "BONED & ROLLED"

of public officials, the taxpayer is the ultimate employer who BOTTOM ROUND
pays the bill. ROAST .9Su.
It is not fair to the office holder to have to go to his "board"and er RUMP .
legislators each year to "beg" for a Just salary increase.
fair to office holder who sits back quietly and
It is not one
S. D. A. Choice "TOP"ROUND
watches other office holders gain substantial salary increases
through local bills (special bills affecting one particular: county -
). STEAK lbM 1 09

.It is hardly fair to one county official who might be at odds .
with his "board" or legislators get passed by,on salary increases
while. the officer across: the hall gets a good salary raise.
It is hardly fair to one county official who might be at odds: Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

county while the same office in a simillarly sized adjoining .
county might receive a high salary.

This writer has held three public positions and he knows PICNICS lb. 38C
the inequities of the salary system of office-holders. When he
was superintendent schools he received a salary about 25%
lower than one,of the principals and lower than the supervisorand
director of: music Many other superintendents were under
special salary bills, but rather than ask for a special bill to
raise:,his salary hedecided to leave, school work for a ,business! Choice Juicy Juicy .
career." ALI ,MEAT STEW cUBf AK.

Some.c1 its! officers'are;on fee,system, some are on percent. 1Ib 1-.
age of taxes: ,assessed.or: collected (within certain limits), while ., 68e lb. "Sge' ", : .
others are on budget'system with a guaranteed salary.All ..: .
..this leads'us to ,believe that the state! legislature shouldadoptga ', .
uniform schedule 'to coven,:all county elective :' -
salary Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((21A2) lb. Avg.; LIMIT Z, PLEASE
officials'oVer the>:entire st te111a: ; should be done by a study comrhissidn -
subjected to:the'pressures 01 the various politically
oriented'' county officer 'associations., ulleve ,some of the
criteria to be considered are: Whole lb. 28Small

1. Naturally the size of the county would be a basic fac
tor. A school superintendent in Dade County,with nearly mill. ,
ion students and several thousand teachers'is, entitled to a
from Gilchrist Coun' ,
greater salary than a school superintendent
ty with less ,than a thousand students and about fifty teachers.
2. The traIning and qualifications: required for the posi. Meaty <
tion are important in the criteria. A position of county Judge. (Ideal for Bar-B-Q)
requiring an attorney is worthy of a higher salary than a position
requiring no particular education or training.
3. The number of employees supervised 1st of much Im.v< Showboat (Lim/t 5 with',food order)
portance in determining the responsibility of the* position. -: r K No. 300 BETTER MAID '(Plain or S. R.)

4. The time required in the Job is worth of salary consideration AND BEANS Can IOC

). The office of sheriff Is never closed and the school super- Del Monte Gl/z oz. Can JFLOUR
intendent is rarely off duty. CHUNK For
5. The amount of budget responsibility in handling and TUNA 3 8ge 5 Bag 29C
expending public monies and :maintaining accurate public'records Imperial STRAWBERRY. 2 lb. Jar
is of importance in arriving at salaries.
Each 1 with $5.00 or more food order
6. Lastly, but, not least, is the amount of public recrimination PRESERVES 5ge.Limit
to which the public official can be expected to be ex
posed. In other words, the tax assessor can face much, more pub Kellogg's 12 oz. Box
lic (abuse. than some other officer whose duties might be of a... CORN FLAKES Ea. 29C MRS. FILBERT'S
routine clerical nature.No .

doubt other criteria are subject to consideration.Then Farm Value (Large 2O oz. Loaf.)
when the legislature has firmly established fair and BREAD 3 For 69e .
equitable salary schedule for theentire state and eliminated
It from revision! by local bills, the prospective office holder 1 lb.
would know in advance whether or not the office under con- In Qtrs. 29"'
sideration paid a sufficient salary for his abilities and energies.And MAXWELL HOUSE
once elected he could easily decide if the position were
worth seeking re-election., His salary would 'not be subject to COFFEE
,whims of any local board or legislators.
I John A. Clegg lb.
-L Tin 47<5 Hand! PakFRENCH 2 lb. Bag
civilization, the race of master -
builders. He deecided to Limit 1 with $5.0O or more food order .FRIESMorton's Each 35e
combine his new avocation
Too Late
with his knowledge of Mayan
I architecture and the result is 9 oz. Pkg.

I To Classify found Shores condominium in his Palm which Beach he FRESH PRODUCE HONEY BUNS Z ,For 4ge

By Russell Kay named "Mayan Towers". The
interior and exterior design of 4 lb. BAGAPPLES
Many people move to the 8-story Mayan Towers is bas Each OUR VALUESHORTENING
Sunshine State when they ed on authentic Mayan art 5ge
reach the so-called age of "re forms and decor and the Influence
tirement". After years of hard of Mayan architectual lib., Cello Bag. g
work in other areas they come beauty is found throughoutthe Each
to Florida to enjoy the sun- building. CARROTSFancy tocr
shine and an easy life. But it Paretta Construction Co. a 3 lb.
doesn't always'work out that. which maintains offices In ,LargeTOMATOES Tin 39 e
Douglaston. N. Y., and Holly- lb.
way.Many, after a period of rest wood, Florida were general Zge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food,order
and recreation, tire of sun- contractors for the condominium. -
bathing and other recreationand For the topping off cere-
their active minds begin mony late in 1968 an ancient
looking for something mean- Mayan good luck symbol
ingful to engage in. brought from Guatemala was
Such was the case with Dr. 'Implanted In the cornerstone.
Daniel Vecchione. After :19 More recently, the consul-
years as a successful dental general of Guatemala in Miami .
surgeon Dr. Vecchione left presented Dr. Vecchionea
Douglaston, N. Y., and came most unusual inscriptionthat sill II
to Florida to "retire". Before is on view in the build
long he became Interested in ing. It features ancient/ Mayan ""Mil U""
real estate. lie soon found hieroglyphics hand carved in
himself busy in the construction Guatemalan mahogony to approximate -
of a modern condomlnion the Christian Cal. OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
fat Palm Beach Shores.: endar date of Feb. 16, 1969 (
8:00 a.m.-1OO p.m. U.S. No. 1. BUN NELL
,As a hobby he had for which marked completion of : .
many years made a comprehensive Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good March '
study' of the Mayan (Continued on page 3) 27, 28, 29, 30:and 31,1969U


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.t1. THURS.. MARCH( 2?. 1969
skills sue as: miting, : a $-THE FLAGLER TRI 3UNE N

compass Identification of lo

CLASSIFIED 15 &&fWOR'Golf cal wildlife, use of knife and About ATTEND CONVENTIONMr.

ax, and cooking without uten

ADVERTISINGfI sils. Our ServicemenUNIT and Mrs. John C. Rice
'-----"NO : ,_ I Pat Gurnee and Frank Bryan attended the joint conventionof

received First Class rank. WINS AWARD Florida Association of .
( ;
Benefit First Class is fine third rankin School Board Members and

Scouting and requires more Sergeant William A. Apple. Florida Association of Coun-

For March Of outdoor and camping skills gate, son of Mr and Mrs. ty Superintendents at Tampa

TROPIC BREEZE NURSERYLet Including being able to senda William C. Applegate, 8 Mar March 1618.

us help beautify Flagler Dimes At OPCCThere message by Morse or sem Vic Dr., Clarksville> Ind., Is a Purpose of the meeting was

County. Large variety of ever aphore code. member of a unit that has to study the proposed changesIn

greens palms, hedge plants. will be a hole in the George Buckles and Jimmy earned the U. S. Air Force Florida school legislationand

5% miles S of Bunnell on round benefit at Ocean Palm Bryan received their Life rank Outstanding Unit Award. the new Florida School

V. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc Country' Club Saturday, March award. Life Is the fifth and Sergeant Applegate, a mis Accreditation Program, Mrs.
29 from 9 a. m. 5 p. m Pro- next to the last rank in Scout- sUe systems analyst In the Rice said.

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ceeds from the event will go Ing. You must earn ten Merit 351st Strategic Missile Wingat .
fields Installed: Rota-Roter to the March of Dimes Fund, Badges Including five from Whiteman AFB, Mo., will -- ---- ---

snail shell. Reasonable prices. according to Mrs., Harry At- the Eagle required list. wear the distinctive service TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.....

Call George Jarosz, 43V 3410 kinson, County March of Pat Gurnee received Merit ribbon to mark his affiliation

8-1-tf Dimes Chairman. Badges in Safety, Nature, with the unit. (Continued from page 2))

HOUSE Prizes will be given for the Reading, and Conservation t+f His wing was cited for Its the 89-unit building.
FOR SALE-2 bed-
hole In rounds scored, Mrs. Natural Resources. Frank exceptionally meritorious This is believed to be the
rooms CBS house with
carport Atkinson said.Assisting Bryan received Home Repairs, service from July 1967 to June first time in history that a
utility and fenced
room at the benefit will Conservation of Natural Resources 1968 In establishing new records modern day date has been

yard. Corner lot, aittractlvely be Miss Kathy Bourne, Miss Reading, and Ocean' of performance and mission transplanted into these unusual -
landscaped. Reasonable. Call
Bunnell High School and
effectiveness. hieroglypics.Dr. .
ography. George Buckles received
3.13,20,27, 434tc.. Miss Janet Cook. First Aid, Corn Farming ..JHls wife Sally, is the Vecchlonne, is seems obvious -

SINGER zigzag .1968 model and Hog Production. Jim. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern has discovered that he

used less than three BUS BOYS PLACE my Bryan received CitizenshipIn Dimmick, Flagler Beach. has found Ponce de Leon's

months. .guarantee..Makes THREE ON THECONFERENCE the Community, Conservation famed Fountain of Youth
buttonholes, fancy stitches, of Natural Resources, WEEKEND LEAVE through the healthful revivalof

darns, monograms, sews on SELECTIONWith Chemistry, Oceanography, vision, health and enter-
Sgt. Robert McDaniel and
buttons without attachments.Pay Reading, Safety, and Nature. prise during his retirement
1968- Staff Sgt. Anthony Vincent of
balance the close of years. .
of $44 or 6 payments Robbie Creal received Personal
69 basketball season Bunnell Key West spent the weekend Not only has he found his ,
at $8 a month. For more Fitness, Reading, Safety, Nature
Information, call 734.0018 or High School found themselves Oceanography, Swim. with Sgt. McDanlel's parents, own energy restored but he
write Service Sewing CenterP. tied for second. place in St. Lifesaving Mr. and Mrs. Martin McDaniel. has given his world a restoration "
ming, Scholarship, .
Pine St. Bunnell.
O. Box 393, Deland, Florida Johns River Conference. Both Conservation of Natural Resources and appreciation of a
32720. March 13 TFC Bunnell and West Nassau had and Pets. Both servicemen are mem- great and noble civilizationthat
nine wins against three losses the bers of the 32nd Air Divisionat existed on this continent
Following presentationof
EXTRA INCOMEOPPORTUNITY for the season. Baldwin was awards it was announcedthat Key West Naval Air Sta thousands of years ago.

the winner with 12 wins and the Troop had received tion. Like Dr. Vecchione I have

Reliable man or woman. No no losses. donations from long had a deep interest in
totaling $70
selling. Refill and collect from Joe Burnham and Larry Charles Creal and Citizens CARD OF THANKSI Mayan history. I have visiteda

new type coin-operated- dispensers Johnson of Bunnell were plac Bank of Bunnell. There also am sincerely' grateful to number of sites of famed

In your area. We secure ed on the all conference mythical was discussion about attend my Flagler. County friends for Mayan cities in Mexico and

locations. Must have car, team and John Cook was ing Camp La-No-Che this their kind acts of sympathy Guatemala. Their astronomywas

references, $650' fo $2000 cash one of four boys to receive surhmer. during my recent bereavementin amazing, and a number
Investment for equipment and honorable mention. the loss of my beloved of their discoveries have been \

'Inventory., Ten hours weeklycan FLORIDA CHAMBER OF husband. D. O. Everhart. lost to-our civilization.''
'net excellent Income: For GOOD BASS CATCHMr. The many letters, card, Mayan Towers at Palm

personal! Interview write, Including COMMERCE WEEK flowers, visits, and other kind Beach Shores is a fitting'tri
phone number to and Mrs. W. H. Douphin. March 23rd to March 29th nesses were especially appre- bute to a great people and to

Cal-Ton Supply Inc. 711 No.' Jacksonville, caught 15 red has been designated as Chamber ciated. My appreciation: cannot a man whose study of their

Magnolia Ave., Orlando,' Flor- bass last Saturday 'while of Commerce Week by be adequately expressed. ancient civilization and crafts

Ida. 32803 Mar.. 20, Itp. fishing, in the surf at John Florida Governor, Claude R. Agnes Everhart made Is possible.
son's Beach. The bass weigh.ed Kirk Jr and Is being sponsoredin ..

iMi 5-12 pounds each. Florida by, the Florida

O. F. ALFORDRegistered Chamber of Commerce Executives

SCOUT NEWS Association, also currently

.. celebrating Its Golden
Real Estate Broker ,. By Robert Creal ((50th) Anniversary., U C 0 ON TIME

Boy Scout Troop 472, Bun In larger or lesser, degree, J 10
BunnelL Florida :nell held a Court of Honor people all over Florida will CERTIFICATESMINIMUM ,

II .&..A. hA ,., :dast iWednesday March 19. give thought during.this week
Joe Bryan, Jeff Crews, Alan to,their own local'Chamber of MINIMUM 53X0090 DAYS
HASTINGS MATTRESS Zamba' Ronnie Dodgen, Doug Commerce and the many COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY \
WORKS Addison, and Jay Rodgers re- services it performs for their NATIONAL

& UPHOLSTRY ceived their Tenderfoot pins. ,community. .. 'BANK
71O-12 Lemon St.' Tenderfoot is the first rank in It would not" only be difficult Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada

Palatka Florida Scouting. To earn the Tenderfoot but it would probably be Ormond Beach.. .Florida .'

Phone EA 5-9166 rank, a Scout must learn impossible to single out any

Furniture Upholtering the Scout Oath, Law Motto, good and worthwhile thing
Repaired & Reflnlshcd Slogan, a few simple knots, that happens to'any commun 1Il1lllIlllllllllllIllllllIltllllllllllllllllllllllnlllfJJ! llllll1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIJllllllll llmlr, .

Mattresses &' Box Springs a brief history of the US flag, ity that. has not felt in one

Also Renovated and a little about the patrolhe way or another the Influenceof
Made to Order 437-3233 will enter. a Chamber of Commerce. BUNNELL' CUSTOM KITCHENS'
Can Laura Morris
Second Class awards were Dedicated Chamber of Commerce I

After 6:00 P. M. given to Frank Bryan, Joe officers, members and 1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 ,

PRICES REASONABLE Bryan, Billy Creal, Kenneth workers In any communityhave
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED Crouch, Ronnie Dodgen Pat long since learned that BUNNELL, FLORIDA

Just as near as your Gurnee, Gary Harris, Paul Ki- "things don't Just happen". FREE ESTIMATESBAR

Phone or Post Office wala, Cliff Sheffield Jim War. 'In some communities the -
Chamber of Commerce is FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS '
Us Card or Call son, Speedy Wendlandt, and -
Drop a i
Alan Zamba. Second Class is usually the organization! that BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS ;
Free Pick-up & DeliveryFOR the second rank in Scouting. "Rocks the Boat". It usually is COUNTERS
Earning this rank requires responsible for Introducing .

SALE Smith Corona ,many outdoor and camping "change" to an area. Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving

typewriter; Reming LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
portable 2 Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts
ton standard typewriter; NOTICE OF SALE
. coolers; English FINE HARDWOODS
non-electric car School Board
the Flagler'County
Notice la hereby given that
bicycle; scuba div- April 11. 1969 by 10:00: a. ,mat
racing sealed bids on Friday
will accept
equipmentmovie; ,camera the School Board Office in the Flagler County Courthouse for Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now Servingall
ing pup.tent.* the sale of textbook lots listed below., areas in 75 mile rad. of Bunnell.
with telephoto lens; These books have been class Ined as tin-usable ''bkrthal f
canvas folding cot. Call 439- Department of Education, and are being; {fered sold CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928
be as
March 27-Itc la with State regulations. Books -
2290. singe copies, but ,In described lots only. EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED

Retired man in excellent Publisher Title 'Level No. of Dooks -

health wishes to do yard p 4
Around the Corner
In Flagler Beach or Bun- harper Elementary School Math 3 20Addlllon
work 'Addlllon! 1'; is 14
Has Elementary School Math 4 : .., -
time. !
full .
nell, part or Jeff Fteck Story of Florida 1 ,?' 'l
Call, '
mower. You and
own power Scott Gregg Gregg Shorthand :Man. Simp. 10 ',,' "'- 1 NOTICEPursuant
4392490. 1 2
March 27-Apr. 3-2tc McGraw Teen Guide: Homemaking ,.::. 13
Heath Jr English In Action No t to provisions, as set forth in Florida

WANTED TO RENT: 2 bed- Heath Heath Jr.English English In! Action In.Actlon''' No. 2 t r; ', 1' ,!'" ;io; 8 1 Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the

room house furnished or un-, Harcourt Adv for Readers .7 8 i 23 25 1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lessee, or
furnished-at Flagler: Beach. Harcourt Harcourt Adv.Ativ. In for Reading olg' yt:, 12Harcourt Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessmentshall

Prefer central location. Call Harcourt .Adv.: In In American Appreciation Lit. 11 :. 3 6 fill out a prescribed form.

Mrs. Vogel 4392300.; 27-1tc Harcourt, Anly In English 12 912: .. 1 This application pertaining to Florida Stat-
March Studies '
South Word 14
Addison Raeic Modern Math 7, ? 1 utes 193.201 is specifically a request for Agricul-
MERCHANDISE: Allyn Herreeher Arithmetic tural for Tax Assessment and
Zoning _
ALL NEW Houghton Mod Algebra: Rtru & Meth lOr a 19 purposes
Portable 19 Inch Westing- Houghton Mod. Algebra, Trig: Stru & .Meth 12 7 30 has no relationship to the County Zoning of land
Recliner- Singer Scientists. at Work 8' '
TV-314900; 9
house Singer Scientists" Solve Probe use.
Childs 3 piece plastic HoU-Ho ''V. Modern Chemistry 11.. 2
$49.95; Jerry's Furniture Nnlt.1t. 'W.. Modern: Physical Science 12M \. 1Allyn Property owners must file this applicationeach
dlnette.$9.95. mil. Our Environment: It's ltd. 7 20 I year to the County Tax Assessor, between
8 25Follett
Dixie Hwy. Environment How \Ve
Old Allyn Our : .,' ,( : January first and April first, 'so that the County .,
K'orona. Ph. :1 :
S. M 7.37522.7 ltc "v : Pnetory Study Lenons 11" "ri'3 Agricultural Board consider the
Follett American History Study Lessons! 9""";:' Zoning may ap
6..1\1'lIlan ('ivies for Americana "' 3 plication for Agricultural classification.

NO CAPITAL NEEDED Application forms available at the TaxAssessor's
ambitiousman t ;jBlds shall be sealed and marked "Bid for Textbooks" are
looking for an :
I am supply Myrtle C. Rice Office.
to ,
or woman ATTEST: Chairman DONALD R. MOORE
in your County School ,
Products Planer
Rawlelgh James O. Craig .
WriteRawielgh Doard"It"\ 'j't" Tax Assessori
area. Full or part time. Superintendent of Schools ,
Flagler County
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The Flagler Beach Garden I ,,
Club will meet Wednesday I
April 2 at 730 r>; m. at Flag. r !4rua'
ler Beach :Municipal' RpTe K
tion Hall. Hostesses will be<
Mrs. Alice Clark and Mrs.
Susan Spivey.
Officers will be elected for ,
the ensuing year. r
There will be a plant ex I
change. All members are reminded -

j to attend. \ :


VISIT. k'-
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Palm. -
quist, Chicago, Ill., spent several
days at,Flagler Beach last, _
week. They were enroute home _
after vacationing at Key West '
and Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and L :Jt -
Mrs. Earl Palmquist of Jacksonville ,
I joined them for the '''''';,'J\_ :.....t>,!! _. ..-- ----- "" _-

Flagler Post No. 115 observed The Fiftieth Anniversary of weekend. Photo bY Theo C. Heln

The American, Legion with a dinner party last week. Shown The Palmquist brothers are SARITA BRADLEY cuts the cake decorated
above, 1 to r, is the anniversary speaker Past State CommanderBill former Flagler ,County resi BHS COACH while team members lookon
Edwards of Daytona Beach as he was greeted by three of dents. with "Northeast Florida Champions" school. The ,basketeers
at the
Flagler Post's charter members, O. F. Alford, A. M. McDaniel at a recent dinner honoredat
HOUSEGUESTS t named Conference Champions with a 16.0 record, were
and M. B. Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. James T. West the dinner hosted by J. D. Perryman. Twenty-one attendedthe

and Mrs. Hazel Adams of affair. Coach Bradley also received a plaque from ,Cliff Me-
Carol City, Florida, returned .
< home Tuesday after visitingten Griff, principal, for winning the Northeast Florida Championship .

days in Bunnell with Rev. ti.le.
and Mrs. Oliver Taylor and -----


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'and Mrs. Tom Moore
and son Tommy of Daytona
Beach spent the weekend in
Bunnell visiting with Mrs. :

Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. ,

.. W. McMillan.


Jan and Clara Spangler and
Flynn ,and Rabeth Edmonsonflew
to Ooala Sunday to at.

tend the Ocala Air Show.

Defensive driving tips were
'"! '
112.J.ii..JMiss given to members of the Flag
I Catherine Harris, daughter of Mr, and ,Mrs.; Coy:; G, ler Senior Citizens Club at a 'x
\ Harris, Bunnell is shown receiving her Oratorical ,Contest Cer- luncheon-meeting Tuesday
x'tiflcate from Post Adjutant Cora Buckles at the Flagler; Post March 18, in the Flagler
115 Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner. Beach Municipal Building. ...

Miss Harris was Fifth District Oratorical Contest Championand Sergeant l Lee of the Flor. STATE second from left,
was alternate. .'''for'the Northeast Florida Area in the state ida Highway Patrol was thespeak&ntfslnir was among the' more than '11,400'-persoi1S"w'Io: "attended Cracker, I
% film to '
; a sup.
contest. Day celebration ,In Bunnell<< Saturday. .., ,,
x "I j plement1, Wsjj-emarks; about ( ,. 6. 'I
the"''greaVneecr: for every motorist. -
TEACHER AIDES. IN STUDY SESSION ..to drive defensively.Mayor" MRS. HOSFORD'S Mr! and Mrs. E. O. Stokes ,
Puller of Flagler Tampa, were recent weekend 1
Beach fesked .the, Club's cooperation house-guests of Shep Cochran '
*.in the2city of Flagler IN WASHINGTON D. C. B nriell. '.t \
Beach's efforts to clean up its
'Mrs. Stella Bucknam, 94, '
environs. Mayor Fuller said f \
that March 15 to April 15 had White Lake Wisconsin died : '
been! 'proclaimed Clean-Up Saturday, March 22 in a, hospital SEE
Month.v, at Washington, D. C. She
There'were 54 members and was the mother of Mrs. G. J. a,1

guests present..*.,at the meet. Hosford of, Bunnell. "HINEIGHBOR",
ing.. Funeral services were Mon.
The Club's .next ,meeting day at Washington, D. C.
will be Tuesday, April 1.
: There will be 'a carry-In supper RETURNS HOME
at 6:00 "P. M.: with mem Mrs. J. W. Brown has returned WITH
bers bringing a' covered dish to her home in Bun..
and table service.' nell after several months visit ,'(:"
Program Chairman Gilbert in Tallahassee with her JIM WATSON

Krier announced that a quar son in law and daughter, Mr.
I -r-- tet from Flagler Beach First and Mrs. G. M. Sears. Her And OnAPRIL
Baptist Church 'Would sing. daughter accompanied her to
The quartet is composed of Bunnell and returned ,to Tall. 29
Mrs. Mildred Davis, Mrs. ahassee Sunday.Mr. .
Teacher aides at Flagler County's three public schools pro. Grace Clay Mrs,., Buddy Hall Hear Special Guest
vide instructional services for teachers by typing materials, and Mrs. Buddy* Green. They and Mrs. Harry Atkin.
checking papers, keeping records and assisting in routine class. will be accompanied at the son spent ,the weekend at DON 'JORDAN
Tom duties to free the teachers for more Instruction activities. pianoby Mr*.J;Anita Hurst. Jacksonville. Mrs. Atkinson

Pictured above are, 1 to r, Mrs. Marsha Zeller, Mrs. Cathy There also'will- be a painting attended the Greater Jax Open Flagler Co. Agrlcul.: Agent
Klrkland, Dr. C. A. Henderson, Instructor, and Mrs. Patsy Dur- demonstration by Mrs. Davis. Saturday.,

rance, Mrs. Cynthia Miller, and Mrs. Luellen Deen, as they at 6:45 AM
tended a study session for teachers aides at Bunnell High do-it-yourself: VISIT AT BEACH
School. There are 11 in the class and they meet bimonthly for Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, ON .
10 sessions. Sr. of Mt. Dora visited at

Dr. Henderson is Director Of Student Teaching at University THRIFTCOIN Flagler Beach Sunday with POWERFULCHANNEL
Mr. .and Mrs. H. H. Paullingand
of Florida, Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie
Recent guests of Mr. and and children, formerly of Bunt 25 VISITING RELATIVESMrs.
t Mrs. O. L. Brandt at Twin nell now living ,at Longwood, G. H. Buckman of White
Oaks Trailer Park, North Hwy. visited in Bunnell Sunday Lake, Wise arrived Mondayvia WFGATVI
A1A, were Mr. and Mrs. Dese- with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis. Rod. Famous pressure spray Jet to visit In.Bunnell '
mond of Cleveland Ohio. gers and children., gives your car a "long-last with her, mother",.* Mrs. G. J* JACKSONVILLE .
Lug lustre" . leaves It like Hosford and relatives.
new again. New cars washed -
regularly with 'Thrift-T scientific -

I HALIFAX CLEANERSWill be waxed formula or: polished.do not .need. .ever.to FLOWERS FOR: 'EASTER . '

Come on out and try it.

pick up dry cleaning laundry THRIFT!

Beach & County
Monday-Flagler r AN1JNT: I'LA TSt" J .

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Tuesday=Bunnell. > ;1 ." ,

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And Deliver back Friday FLORIDAP. .
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I,: Bob" A Try S. Don't forget to do your No. Forsythe
Give 437-3348 .
,' Phone
laundry at Amy's Laundry. A211.
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Fl.AGl.En TRIBUNE THURSMARCH 27 1969 sonnel employed by the hose Today two .(thirds of your

-.--.-. \ pital has risen more than 85 hospital bill is for human
FLACZ.ER"IBEACH] percent and there is now an servJces--people. There is no{ ..
fleets a measles case rate 'of substitute for human skills !
average of two and one half
ELEMENTARYKCHOOL : 33.6 for, each 100,000 persons
and within the hospital.
to three or more employees to
HONOR ROLLPrincipal's : .:.....' In:.Duyal County-since Janu- '" '(t each patient. Hospital costs have.risen more
: .,.u. eary ::1,' as, compared with 58, .'
: .r? : "t ; .' than 400 percent in the last
Honor, Roll; '.tor tless than one case, per 'i'. The payroll In the hospital 10 years and salary rates have
(All A's) r .'''<100,00( elsewhere in the United ; :; ,;. '.., ... amounts to two thirds of all Increased almost 100 percent
Janice Leonard-4th gradeA : States. About 200 persons hospital costs. One out, of within a decade. The work
died of the disease in the nation ...." I fifty people employed in
( & B Honor Roll) .. every week has been shortened in
in 1967. al. .. : the United States today worksor
Laura McGee-4th grade keeping! with the trend i n
Sue Dunson-5th grade While many parents con- ff f .,: is employed in a hospital. Amer.'ca' yet services must 0
r sider measles as only a mild There are more than 200 dif-
6th Grade .' -... still be maintained day and
Barbara Burns childhood disease Dr. Sowder '',. ferent kinds of jobs or classifications night three shifts, day and
Cheryl Hoskins pointed out !that one out of 1r I In the hospital field. night, every day of the year.

Carl Lerch six children who contract ':.; No one knows more about New services are required. Additional

Billy McGee measles develop some type of ') ,. the cost of living than the personnel with new
Richard Miller complications. The most seri- folk who run today's modern skills; intensive care units,.
Jeff Thomas ous is measles encephalitis, hospital. The same high cost inhalation therapy technician:;:
Jimmy Watson' which can result In mental that has hit your family bud- Intensive care training or

Jon Wilder .retardation. Other complications get has hit the hospitals.But nursing personnel. Ten years-
7th Grade are pneumonia, deaf- there is more. Medical ago it took only one employeeper
Rodney Law ness, blindness and convulsive progress demands that hospitals patient, today it takes.

Mike Abbott disorders. H. BENTLEY keep in step with, the advances more than two and one half to
Dale Johnson .,,. Although many communities in prevention control, three employees per patient
and health de.
Laura Beveridge county and cure of disease and disability
Pam Thomas partments have already con- "PatientlySpeaking" through new skills, new LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT """
mass measles Immuni-
Craig Wilder \ treatments, and new equip-
zation campaigns; there are NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Frank costs must
Bryan ment. Hospital
still children in Flor-
Cherrl Hanna many parallel expansion in hospital. Notice Is hereby given that .
ida who not Immunized the ,
undersigned under the pro-
against the disease. By BentleyDid services. Since the advent of vlalona of Chapter 2O.953, Lawa
MEASLESIMMUNIZATION medicare this has been ex- of Florida. Acts of 1941.. will regIster -
The State Board of Health you know that an aver- tremely true. Without these with the Clerk ot the Circuit .
Court In and for
recommends that all
healthy age of over one and one half
services fewer people would County Florida upon receipt of
children over one year of age million people in: the United proof of publication of this no-
well. In
get a recent survey'of
URGED FOR KIDS who have tice. the following fictitious.
had measles
never States are patients in some general hospitals theaverage name ta-wltt .
or the measles vaccine, be hospital on any given day ot Saxon Shell Oil Service'
Florida parents who have cost for a day of care in the under which I am engaged In
not had their children immunized given live virus measles vac- the year and that the United hospital for most services was buaineaa at: Bunnell.. Florida r
cine. This is available from States hospitals spend more That the party Interested In aia
against measles found to be more than 40 per- buaineaa enterprise la' aa fol
should do so as soon as pos private physicians or county than ten million dollars a cent more than in the hos- lows: *
health department clinics. for the care of patleivts. Olllff Saxon
sible. The state has a meas- year pitals with fewer services. Dated' at Bunnell. Flagler
les problem which.Is centeredIn Statistics show that the per- County Florida a March 4.
Mar.: 6, .lf..6Q
Jacksonville where 173 of

the state's 183 cases of meas- the South's 198 million y r.. (I

les ''were reported between acres of forest land, 40 million :
January 1 and February 4. are owned by Industry with I
Dn Wilson T. Sowder, state 7 million in public ownership.The EASTER TIME!:
health officer, said that per vast majority-141 mill-
haps 10 times this number
ion acres--is In miscellaneous. ,
occurred but were not reported. private lands. .
The present situation re- .r'fff..J.
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,J--J Rev. Father Anthony
'. Leon. PastorSt.
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; Rev. R. N. Hoover Marys Church Korona
Weekly SermonBunnell Sunday ass.- 7:30 a. m.
Weekday Masses: Monday,
: : : First United i Resigns As PastorAt Wednesday and Friday.. 8:30a. :

.,r\ "i''\, _t Rev. Oliver Methodist F. Taylor.Church,PastorA Flagler BeachThe m. -

.. Reverend Reynold N. Blessed Sacrament Chapel
: Beach
Hoover, concluding a ministryof Flagler
:: t< r last Sunday 30,000 youth 46 years, has resigned as Sunday Mass ............9:00: a. m.
y, gatheied' in the Orange Bowlin pastor of Flagler Beach Unit- Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
Miami\ to protest against ed Methodist Church. The resignation 'Thursday and Saturday at
Indecency in the entertain- which becomes ef 9:00: a. m.Catechism.
ment world. This was brought fective May 1 1969 was announced Classes. 3:00: p. m.
about by'a response to a group at the quarterly con- Tuesday.St. .
which performed In Miami on ference Sunday, March 23.
March 1. One of the male'performers The Rev. Hoover retired Stephens Bunnell
not only used vulgar from the Northern Illinois Sunday Mass:........10:30 a. m.
language, but disrobed on the Conference 12 years ago and Catechism Classes: 3 p. m,
stage. Six youth who were has been pastor of the Flag Tuesday.
1 k_ ; In attendance filed charges ler Beach United Methodist Confessions before all masses.
against this performer. Church for more than,' ten Weekday Devotion: Novenato
This Protest Rally grew out years. Our Lady Wednesday and
of a discussion held in a Prior to moving to Flagler Saturday after Mass.
{ Youth Group in' a Catholic Beach he served as Chaplain-
Church. Churches and Civic Director of Methodist Youth Community Memorial
Organizations sponsored this Camp at Lake Geneva, Wise. Church
He developed these inven rally in which the youth The Rev. and Mrs. Hoover Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
LOCAL MINISTER'S tions without engineering or themselves spoke positivelyfor plan to leave April 30 for a Reverend R. W. Dlckert, Pastor
drafting experience. He man- Christian and wholesome Mediterranean cruise aboard Sunday School ....................9:45
IMAGINATION ufactured the complex devicesin ideals. the T. S. Hanseatic and a tour Worship Service ................11:00
PROVES FRUITFULIn Oklahoma until 1967 whenhe Our youth need their own of several European countries. Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
made a license agreementwith sound and expressions of life. They plan to return to New each month at 2 p. m.
addition to filling the a major manufacturer. We adults need to let them York in July and travel to
pulpit at Bunnell Pentecostal lIe received his first royalty express themselves In the Connecticut; Illinois and First Baptist Church
Holiness Church on Sunday check in January 1969. voice of their generation. Like Wisconsin to visit their child Rev. Charles Anders Pastor
.1 mornings, and tending to routine any other generation some ren and friends. They plan, to Moody Boulevard- Bunnell
pastoral duties, the Rev. The Rev. Russell was bornat will use the contemporary ex- return to their Flagler ,Beach Sunday School..9:45 a. m.,
Andrew C. Russell, pastor Hillsboro, Texas in 1903. He pressions for vulgarity, but home about September 1. Worship, Servlce..J.lOO: a. m.
spends his spare time work lived In Shawnee Oklahoma let us have faith in :the Chris. Evening Worshlp..6:30 p. m.
ing on new inventions.Rev. before moving to Florida in. tian youth of today. Their BUNNELL WSCS Adult Choir Rehearsal.......7:3O
1962. He has been in the ministry voice Will be heard. Let us
Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
Russell has had 19 inventions for 19 years and during listen for it. "Upon your MEETS APRIL 2 Monday ,

patented. Ills inventions this time he traveled extensively walls, O Jerusalem, I have set The Women's Society of YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd .
ranging from automo- as an evangelist. The watchmen; all the day and Christian Service of Bunnell Monday .
tive parts to electrial wall Russells moved to Bunnell in all the shall
night, they never First United Methodist Church Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p. m.
switches, include 3 automobile 1968 where he has served as be silent ." Isaiah 62:6.: will meet at 9 a. m. Wednes- Wednesday
carburetors several the Pentecostal Hol-
; ignition pastor at day April 2 in the church Junior Choir: 3:30: p. m.
points (one type runs under iness Church. They will move CHRISTIAN SCIENCE hall. .
water); spark plugs; and fluId to Daytona Beach next monthto :'.. Thursday
heaters for oil well treating reside where he will serveas SERVICES SUNDAY. -
FLAGLER BEACH First United Methodist
apparatus. a relief pastor. MARCH 30. 1969
The Golden Text that will 1 Rev. Oliver Taylor Pastor
be read at services in all Sunday School..9:45 a. m.

I Christian Science churches Worship Service.._11:00: a. m.
I TIME TO this Sunday is from Psalms: The Flagler Beach United Youth Oholr Rehearsal: J:45:
r ATLANTIC HARDWARE Great Is the Lord and greatly Methodist Church Holy Week, p. m. Wednesday
> services include a special '
to 'be'praised in the city of Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal:
14 1 our God in the mountain of Maundy Thursday candlelight 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3
his holiness." communiom service at 7:30: p. 3
& SUPPLY CO.' INC. Passages 'to. be read from m. |1:1,| : MYF p. :m.2nd and 4th Sundays
the denominational textbook A cantata "Beyond The
Science and Health with Key Cross" will be.presented by' 'i i 6:30 p. m.
to the Scriptures by Mary Baker the combined choirs of Flag WSCS: 1st Wednesday-
Eddy, will Include the following ler Beach Baptist and Metho 9 a. m.
MOODY BLVD. FLACLER'BEACHPHONE : "In the material dist Churches at a Good Fri.day'Service Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat

I world, thought has brought,to at 7:30 p. m.. 8p.m.
Methodist Men 3rd Wednes-
439-23O3 :
Judge Dale will
light with great rapidity many
.JI' .
day at7:15p.m.Flagler
deliver the the
useful wonders. With like activity message'at
have thought's swift annual Easter Sunrise service
i pinions been rising towardsthe at 6:00: a. m. atthe Beach United
realm of the real to the church. Special music will be Methodist Church
Flagler County Insurance spiritual cause of those lower provided by the choirs of the Reverend Reynold N. Hoover
things which ;give impulse to Community Memorial' Church, Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
i inquiry."' i Flagler Beach Baptist Church. Church School..........9:45: a. m.
Christian Science services and Methodist Church.F. ,. Morning Worshlp..ll:00: a. m.
Inc. '
Agency, and Sunday School are held MYF. ..........................6:30 p. m.,
in ,this area at 11 a. m. at B. METHODIST Womens Society Christian
All Forms of Insurance First Church of Christ, Scien LADIES ATTEND' Service: 2nd Thursday of each
tist, Ormond Beach 100 North month at 9:30.a.: m.
3O5 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 Halifax Drive, and First DISTRICT' MEET Methodist Men: Dinner-meet-
I Church of Christ Scientist, Ing at 6 p. m. 2nd Monday of
1 ff'umell! Florida 32010 'Daytona Beach 137 Live Oak Eighteen ladies of the Wom- each month.
Ave. Wednesday Evening en's Society of Christian Ser;
P t JJFE-FIRE-AUTO--CASUALTY-9.0NDS Meetings, at which testimonies vice of Flagler Beach Metho- PENTECOSTAL

--.- .," ._ . _, .A.AAA4A r 1 R t of healing in Christian dist Church will attend theDistrict HOLINESS CHURCH
Science are given are at 8 o'- Day Apart meeting at Bunnell Off Franz St.
WJVVWWJUVWVWVJWVVVSAVE.............................................................. clock. Everyone is welcome. Port Orange Thursday morn. A. C. Russell Pastor
ing.Those Sunday School......10:00: a. m..
( 75c) 'BUNNELL METHODIST attending are Mrs. Worship Service' ,.....11OO a. m. j

3 Gal.: Paint 0 0 :HOLY WEEK SERVICES Ditson Givens,, Mrs.Mrs. Johnston', Mrs. Prayer Mee -...Wed.- 7:30 p. m.
; McCormick Mrs. Worship Serv..Sun. 7:30 p. m.
Attention $5 WITH Holy Communion, will be Bergrenen, Mrs. Lovell Mrs.
Latex ''nl-orE't.
AD served at 7:30'p.. m. Maundy Jenkinson Mrs. Schmidt Mrs.
... St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
-- Thursday at the Bunnell First Stanton, Mrs. Manor, Mrs.
,at YOEMANS PAINT Factory United Methodist Church. Hoover, Mrs. Raymond Mrs., Rev. Thomas Mably
There will be a special Stewart, Mrs. Melss Mrs. Priest In Charge
New I -. on1846Nora Rd. a mile: North of ft c.71ve.; Good Friday service from Gage, Mrs. Jordan Mrs. Long 3 miles east_ of Bunnell on '
mlle South or 12:05-12:20: : p. m. April 4. and Mrs. LeBaron. "U''A.! .*.way ,1o" a

FREE CHOICE OF 70 COLORS-SEE IT MADE Morning'Worship....10:00: a. m.,
Church School..10oo a., m.'
Holy.Communion first Sunday

This. .Offer... ..Expires.. ... .March. 31. .,. .1969... .. .. .. of,, each month '"
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t r l after you see First Baptist Church'
N. Central Ave.. Flagler Beach
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. your doctor. '. Rev. Max HalL Pastor '
Sunday School........9:45 a. m.

H. CRAIG Funeral Director 1I-1v7; I bring yourprescription Prayer Worship Meeting Servlce..ll:00 Wednesday'a. m.at

JOHN CAPO. Manager to 7 p. m.Community. .
Hymn Sing first
Sunday of each month 7 p. m.

CHAPEL : : ', .1\1'fBULANCES: ,
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Ing or claiming to have any nell Development aa>

7-TJIE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MARCH 27 1969 Lt1:0AL Au VEItTIaEM16111T: right title hereinafter interest, claim describe or) recorded Company's lnd.Plat: '

lien on the Book 1. Page 1 of.the ; '

.ltKOA.li APViflUTlMiOMKWT he present Municipality 'of the IN CIRCUIT couirr. KL.AUI.ICU lands and all persona to-wit to the whom following Public Record
-- Town > I ."LOUIU.CIVIL It may concern of Flagler Count
Flaier COUNTY. In Flag
JVOTICK i d : ohn"ICounties:: lands situate : the said"
14t. Florida: ACTION NO. 10 Irt-A Florida and described Florida.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONC13UN. tu create and establish a neW Till HOIJHIN AUTIlOltlTY Of ler (,ountir. .1 portions being more
You will take notice that the Townclof TIlE Hoard of County Commissioners Ilbtar::n.iand: innFlagler Parcel 2. Alf.ornl:: f"TractB:: ::: 5.< < as follows: Com

a Flagler County, Florida In acrcordanee and Nt. John r'ountles Florida State Agency Township 12! .'. mencing at the intersection -
of ? a 11. '
to provide ........ of the
with provisions of Sections that the town hereby I'etltloner. South Range 31 of
;, 336.09 and 336.10. Florida created shall assume the obll- Vs.EDDIE. East aa described li ,? Southeasterly line
Statutes 19 65. upon petition' of former town) its olllclalss'ato "WILLIAMS et al.. an instrument( recorded ', Booe Street (A SO
as now
TOM E. MOLDEN. at 0:00: and : Defendant In Deed Boo foot
Mkt, n., A. M. o'clock on hewWh day of legll.hze and vulhJ'l.te all accessMarinelundl NOTICE TO AIM'KAlt ANl-.. 24. Page 383 I'ub: laid out) with line the,..t
Northeasterly '
1869. at ltd meeting room OKK10NOTHE Records oii Flag
April to He
; organize and establish Street.
In the County Court House In ; STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ler County Flortuu South Bacher
Bunnell. Florida, consider and a town commission form Parcel 2. Rosa. Lee Jackson together with a por; now 0 foot street 11.11
determine whether or not the ot government for the Town of formerly Rosa Leo tlon o f Marior laid Sottlj..
;; County will vacate discontinue.! MlI.rln4'land; to Prescribe Its territorial Williams, and her Street being morparticularly Thence run
abandon :renounce and disclaim boundaries. Its JurisdlcItun husband W. J. Jackson described Degrees 6O Minutes
' right of the County and .the and its powers to legalize aa follows East along the of
any line
' 'id public In and to any land or Interest and validate all ordinances l of AND Commence at the Northeasterly
the former of Marlnelandand Juanita Miller formerly said South Bacher
therein acquired by a gift Town Southwest corner of of
., dedicated or aet aside for i1? lefal'ze' and validate tho Juanita Williams said Tract 18. thesame Street a distance theEasterly

, or street, avenue, alleyway, road or SiCMH acts i said former Town and her husband point being or 321.68 feet line to or
which streets \ : Jack Miller -
purpose authorize center line of.
highway dthenaeeeasmentalof the
, tn all of Bunnell. Flor- Marion Street;
particularly at
i and avenues are more Chapel Street. OL
eaxe. provision for licenses and ida. Thence
subdivision -
The! dfIaTic:: dedicated fifty im>?5ltli5n.of Penalties for vio- Parcel 3. Sam "Williams and r shown of on the a said Dgrees 37 distance MinutesWest of

(50) streets and ave- the ordinances of the Carrie Mae Williams. 18 Thence a
,y;, foot said Town of Marlneland. his wife Bunnell. Tract ; 134,66 feet to the

4F, nuell 1. SUMTER: AVENUE from this atf d.watJ Marlneland.' hal ld Florida Williams and i grtlon run North 37 t'IW Minutewest : of point this of description beginning;
the Northeast line of day of I> Parcel 4. Eddie along ,
' South 52 Degrees -
xk' Cherry Street Northeast 1969, wife., Louella "Williams. line of said Tract r; Thence Minutes
Limit J. E. Masters' .Bunnell. Flor- of 123 6O
the North distance
$o to City 18 a distance or
I: Line nelYt the City of Town Clerk March 27. Ito CITIZENS BANK OF feet to the point of this ol 764.99 a feet; Thence
,38 Degrees
. SEMINOLE descriptionThenc
2. East a distance -
from the Northeast Line LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT nell Florida run Easterly and .i Minutes: of 260 feet;
Street Northeast Parcels to the South :.
>7 of Cherry parallel North 52 Degrees -
< ,1 to the North City IN TILE riUCIJIT COUIIT 'OF 4, 6. 6. 10EDWIN C. WILSON ,i- line of said Tract Thence 60 MlnutenWest
t Limit Line of the City KI.A(.liit COUNTY KL.OIUOA 18 a distance of 110 distance of
.i Street N. W.. a
, 3122 P.
;i Ilunnell, Thence run
of feet
1" ; ThenceNorth
C. 650
;:. RICHWOOD AVENUE Washington, 7, D ,. northerly and paral- Degrees 26
3. In Case No. K21-D: ATLANTIC NATIONAL ".a 38
r from the Northeast Line LOUIS E. HALLMAN ." BANK OF JACKSONVILLE :v;F lei to the. :cet11In Minutes East a dls-
Street Northeast : said a .
Cherry of
Plaintiff 20 feet
... Jacksonville t t tance
the SouthwestLine I **" distance of 110 feet;: '
' to
5 to the
,,(, Florida ,' more or less
of Bacher Street MARY LUCILLE HALLMAN '.. '. Thence run Westerly Northerly line of
ANDERSON STREETfrom ; and parallel toit *' 14
4. Defendant ESTHER WILSON said Section
the Northwest Line NOTICE TO DEFEND Street. 'j., '1.:*" the South line /of j- Thence Westerly a-
of Woodland Avenue OF' TO 620 Elm '.A said. Tract 18 a, dls- :; i '' lineof
THE STATE FLORIDA : S t t. ReadingPennsylvania. "< long the North
the North rqe ,* of 122.5 feet '
to tance
Northwest MRS MARY LUCILLE i said Section 14.
., City Limit Line of the. HALLMAN ,. Testamentary Trustees to the center line Street of n distance of 269

City of Ilunnell 3429 Farmhlll Drive '', under the Last Marion: South, 01:; feet more or less,

. and Foils Church VirginiaYou ,Will and Testament Thence run Minutes to the Northwest
o. MOORE STREET from are hereby notified thata k ; of Raymond C. Wil- Degrees 37 cen.. corner of said Tract
the Northwest Line of suit has been died against you East along 21! Thence South:: Ol
. Woodland Avenue North- In the above entitled cause: andyou MAROARET son ALDER ter line of Marion of Degrees 37 Minutes
west to the North City are to file WILDER and AL- Street a distance : East along the
Limit Line of the City of your s ;lthe'\t'e: Clerk of LEN S. WILDER 110 feet; Thence anal run- Westerly line of

Bunnell.All this Court, and to serve a copy her husband, Easterly South line said Tract 2 a distance -
Interested parties may appear thereof upon the plaintiff .. or 56 Qreenacres Ave- :..*;'; lei to the of said of 139 feet

and be heard at the time plaintiff's attorney whose name.. nue. Scarsdale, New ',', extended distance"V" more dr less, to the
and place above specified. and address Is: t' YdrytTHOMAS' ;',' d' : lal8'te a t to the point'' of beginning..
Dated this 24th day of March. ROBERT WILSON W. ALDER PARCEL 10. Streets It o ad"

441 South Kldgewood Avenue S nAVENA, AL .' v, point of beginning.Tract and Alleys describedas
1969.BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Daytona Beach, Florida 32014 DELI. his wife. 826' Parcel 3. Abortion of.6" 'Sec- follows:
OF FLAGLER not later than May 1. A. D.. 1969. Lincoln Avenue Township 12; :' (d) Marlon Street-
COUNTY, FLORIDABy If you fall to do 110, Default Wlnnetka. IllinoisCHRISTIAN tion 11, 30 *, North from
/s/. OTIS S. HUNTER will be entered against you forthe S C I- South. described .' unnamed street
Chairman relief demanded in the bill ENCIU E N E V OLENT East instrument as recorded 134.66 feet

ATTEST- of complaint. The nature of saidsuit ASSOCIATION in an in Deed Book ? North, of South

/GEORGE M. MOODY being lvORCE'VITNESS a Massachusetts 19, Page 557 Public :tfc Bacher Street
.. to Booe Street.
Clerk Corporation Records of Flagler ? ..
March 27. April 3. 2tc my hand and seal 107. Fahwouth: Street Florida together (e) Unnamed -
of saId Court this 18th dayof Boston 16, Massachusetts with a portion ,v.i" street or alley

LEGAL 'ADVERTISEMENT' March A.oRGfu96i. MOOriy' "V I, ;' '-*,.; ,, of Chapel Street .. North of South
,) n ,w all unknown owners lien*,'': rs",. olMarlon Bacher Street
;JWOTICKNotice Clerk of said Circuit Court .' holders and claimants; jtnd the>4 4unknown -. and a Street all from Boo r
: .
Seal) + .. Street, to MarlStreet. -
Is hereby given that (Official heirs,) 1'egateesA'devs- i}- particularly
: ; being more kr : '> '
L. .Emery *
Kathryn ; .
By ot '
the undersigned will seek theIntroduction ees! '/and legal representatives Y described aa a ; .
and passage of a Denuty Clerk all persons living or dead hav:' 6r', follows: Begin at (f) Chapel Street
p..t Marl.
special or local law to abolish :March 27, 4tc t the Southwest corner east from
-'-- .. "' -,';;. of said Tract' 18.. hereby notified
You that
", point be- are
o. the same
the above petitioner has brought
ing on the center, ,
iaft lineot Chapel this cause to condemn the property
shown on above described for a pub

... a.Street Subdivision, as of, the lic purpose to-wlt: for the construction

said Tract ;4.8: of low rental, public,
'Easterly along housing units and necessary an-
.-' .' Thence. thereto
I'+ ", ,;" the South line purtenances pertaining
r'' i title)
of said Tract 18 and and to acquire fee simple
't ai i (. the center line voj: -Jt.o *
..r.- : : hereby
.. ," .. ? :1 'Y h of you are -
,,on .. .. ;. II.. .. "t ,,- 1. .. "sald Chapel Street a ,% be anpear
0 feet commanded to '
distance of ;; :rctt
r\r u
'l .. ; Thence North 01 Degrees in the Circuit
ll'J' ., ,.. '' 37 MInuteaWest Seventh Judicial Circuit In and

,. and parallel to for Flagler County, Florida, on'
Electric 19ft
the West line of the 1st dayof Mar.
!' 1 said Tract 18 a distance at'the office of the Clerk of said
of 125 feet;; Circuit Court to sho*" what
Westerlyand right title. Interest or lien youor
more Thence parallel to the any of you have in and to
irrigation yields South line of said any of the above described lands
Tract 18 a distanceof and to show cause why ,
? 122.6 feet to the same should not be taken forthe
above described -
center line of said uses and purposes .
Street and for other relief. "
Marion ;
per Thence South 01 Degree may be necessary or default win
37 Minutes against you.
:', """ ': East along the center beAT : TAKE NOTICE that a
; :,: 1; line of Marlon Declaration of Taking: has ortlc been.
Street a distance of filed by Petitioner
,. 125 feet; Thence of the Clerk of this Court. In

',,. Easterly along a this cause of the taking of the
of the above lands for the aforesaid
In the ,.
South line of said purposes as set forth
Tract 18 a distance petition filed In this cause and
4Tl of 12.5 feet to the that this cause will be bromrht
of beginning. for hearing before the Hon
point on '
Parcel 4. Lots I 5 and 6. Block orable HOWELL W. MELTON.
59, Town of Bunnell, Judge of this Court or other
,c as recorded In Plat Judge that may be sitting In

Book 1, Page ?. Pub- his place, on the 21rd day of
;:* He I Records of Flagler Aorll 1969. at 11-46 o'clock A.M.
/' County, Florida and at Chambers Flagler County
". portions of Streets Courthouse. Bunnell Florida.. t"
and Alleys adjacentto consider said Declaration of
the said Lots 5 Taking and take such other

';. and 6. being more action as the Court deems
particularly described proper as provided by law.
as follows: Be- ALL tmrties to this suit and
I gin at the most all parties In Interest may appear -

westerly corner of and be heard. at, that time

said Lot 5; thence and place.
.. run North 38 Degrees You are hereby required andordered
26 MinutesEast to file your answer to
: alonir the Southeasterly said petition In the office of
& line of Booe the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

Street a distance of Flagler County Florida,
125 feet to the cen- in the Courthouse BunneM.
ter line of South Florida. on or before thl ---

Chapel Street; .t day of May.. 1969. and

Thence South 52 De- serve :PoPl of urD.II1IAa"ry:
s 60 Minutes swer
East along the center P O. Box 296 Bunnell Florida
line of said 32010. Attorney for Petitioner on

South Chapel StreetA or before such date. i
distance of 111.67 It Is Herebv Ordered that thisNotice

feet to the centerline and Order be puMlshed
of Marlon once a week for four consecutive -
Street: Thence South weeks prior to saM date
01 Degrees 37 Minutes In the Flagler Tribune a news-
irrigation system is a profit-making produc- ,, East along the paper having a general Circulation -
An electric-pumped : center- line of said in Flagler County Florida.HHIKIN .
citrus groves and cattle ranches. It's :Marion Street a distance FAIL NOT as a default -
tion tool on farms, of 166.71 feet: will be. entered againstyou.

Thence North 52 De- .
rain but much more dependable. grees 50 :Minutes WITNESS my hand as Clerk
right as West along the cen- of said" Court and the Seal of
and where needed, conserves water., \.: ter line of a 10 foot said Court, this 21th/ da" of

Sprinkler irrigation, when t: i alley a distance of \ ***rch. 1969, lOt Bunnell, Flag-
losses in sandy 218,97 feet to the ler County Florida.
operation cuts down evaporation. Southeasterly1 line of (Circuit oc gfo Seals ) MOODY.
Night r said Booe Street: / / b
Thence North 38 Degrees GEORGE! M. MOODY. Clerk .
soil can be minimized. 26 Minutes. of the Circuit Court Flag:

controlled : East a distance of ler County Florida
service. Easily i
,, .
motors give.years of carefree : '" fi feet to the point sLeland T*. Rhaw
Electric automaticand ', -t, of beginning.! LELAND D. SHAW
. .. or'float-switches to make irrigation z ; 1. One-half mineral rights Including T'. O. Box 296 '

by time-clocks oil paint rock or Fuller's Rtmnell. Klorlflw 320'ftATTORNEY PETITIONERMarch '
w. other valuable FOR
earth or
economical. o reserved 27-45tc-
mineral rights wna
equipnlentdeaerorcont1Ctust; r ; held !in full title as. In
I information see your !! Deed Book 6. Page 296, Public
For helpful Records of St. Johns County. NATIONAL LIBRARY

\ In the following described prop-

,;, ",. ..-8.1..' PARCEL' 5. (a) Lots 2. *, 4 WEEK APRIL 20-26

nf Block 59, Town of Bunnell. Comptroller Fred O. (Bud)

\ LIGHT I COMPANY .. t : PARCEL 4. (ib) As describedIn
FLORIDA I POWER, & 1 .;,j Parcel 4 above. Dickinson, Jr.. who Is serving-

BUILD FLORIDA *>d in Parcel 45 above as Chairman of !the Florida
HELPING : ./ of
;I I PARCEL 6 (c) Portions National LI-
: 6 Tracts 2. 3. "nd' 4; Committee for ,
;' Section
v Block "B brary Week announced todaythat
7- rtut 14. Township 12 Week
y South Range 30 National Library

East. as. shown on will be observed April 2O-26.
the map of the Dun-

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8-THE FXJtCUZR TRIBUNE TOURS- MARCH 27. 1969 There have been some good Jack Genung Camp pery red. They feed chiefly on
catches of bass on Matanzas shellfish (crabs, oysters,
bridge. These are small Jack had the same word clams) and a large marauding
FLACLER BEACH 'PTA FISHING, LINEBY schooling bass, the largest about the drum, starting to school can do considerable '
Into the with damage to an oyster bed. ,
running to 9 lbs. move area along .
> Speaking of the large sea come bass. Some Information FLAGLER FISH CAMP :
The Flagler Beach Parent- Talking to Truman Eatman drum and checking last year's nbout the drum. The sea drumIs
Teachers Assn. will meet at from Devil's Elbow Camp, records the drum moved Into the largest and noisiest of Several local residents' I
7:3O m. Monday, March 31 Truman said some good the area around March 21-24, the croaker family. The sea caught the limit of speckled :
p. ;
In the school cafetorium. Mrs. catches of trout are being tak so according' to reports they drum Is noted for the boom perch during the weekend at I
Bob Danner president, will en in the Canal. Over on the will be in on schedule. ing noise it makes by using Dead Lake Most of the fisher
preside. bridge at the Inlet' some of Last week Wally, David and its swim bladder as resonant. men were using live minnows ;
the big sea drum were taken Charles Rake, St. Augustine, ing chamber. Reaching a and No Alibi lures for bait. .
The nominating committeewill Wednesday, and there are re were In Eau Gallle, Florida, length of 5 feet and weight of Mrs. L.11 Hersey and Mr, and
present a slate of officersfor ports of some large drum being They caught 5 sea drum, the 150 Ibs. the adult ies usually Mrs. Jake Taylor caught 93
the ensuing year. taken at St. Augustine. largest 51% lbs. dark gray, but some are cop Saturday and 72 Sunday.


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