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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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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. 15 "THURS DAY; APRIL 3. "1969' $3.50 A YEAR-
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Glisson Bill Woulc WINNING ENTRANTS AT ART ,SHOW Funeral j Services Third Annual .



".: Stop Scholarships; t For' E. F. Schultz Car Blessing _

Vv 13 At Kor'oni
Apr. !
f t For LawbreakersRep. Held Monday The Third Annual Blessing 1... .

James A.Glisson., Bus- y Edward F. Schultz, ,60, 208 of Automobiles will be held at

v' tis Republican, said today he North' 2nd Street, Flagler St. Mary's ,Church at Korona-

has been working on a bill Beach, passed away FrIday at Sunday, April 13. Motoristsare

.j,' which would authorize the Bunnell General Hospital.He invited to have their cars ..
\ I. administrators td.;:cutoff t
college' was born in Racine, blessed at the special serv:
from
M. scholarship funds Wisconsin and moved to ice. \
rJ those students who are found 57 Mass will be celebrated at
Flagler County years ago.
guilty of using force, causing He was a painter at Daytona 11:30 a. m. in front of the '.

r disruption or seizing control Beach Boatyard. He: was a picturesque St. Christopher
.' of of an institution of Father Thomas .
property charter member of Flagler Shrine. The Rev. -
r higher learning: Byrne will officiate at the
4 t E k Beach Lions Club and a member -
E Glisson said that the federal : w ryfR 'of St. Stephens Catholic outdoor service.
,has such a law "
government Church Bunnell. The blessing of automobiles
in effect already and his bill will follow the recitation of
Survivors Include his wife,
r goes along with the same of the ritual for trav
r prayers
lauguage. Mary, Flagler Beach; a son, elers.

,, "The bill I am preparing to b-: Edward 'L. Schultz, Jacksonville Ladles of the parish will ,.
the Florida "Bulow Creek", a water color painting subrn Mrs. Nt C.; four sisters, Mrs.
be presented to lunch at
I along with Nitjse Lenssen, Old Kings. Road, was awarded a f rst prize blue'' Elizabeth Fish Palm Beach; serve noon which.
I: legislature goes will be followed by the annu
ribbon in (the Art Show sponsored the Flagler oman's Club Mrs. Dorothy Wren, Mrs. Julia
that language. It is not a I directive al Spring Festival in the : ,
r i to the admInistration Saturday. There -were eighteen;,entrants in the' < wItted which was' Short, both of Daytona Beach; church rti' "il. Drawing for the

f on the conduct of the business" I,I held at the Flagler:Beach: Municipal l Hall.rrees" ." and :Mrs. Eva Wiser, Gainesville War Bonds will be held during -

'" of ny' State institution. 'It 1 1t by 'Barbara Wilson took secoqd pi ice and Mrs.: ; two brothers, George *' the afternoon. Mrs.
.
t. would 'be rthere, as a matter o{ Ethel, White's "Little Boy,Tired" 'Won third.place.sh. Bowers; St. Johns Park Idaho; Louis.six Charles Kranskl is chairman .'j '
Schultz. Deary,
law, for the useof, administrators > ______4 0't __ ; of the annual event. "
grandchildren and one great
of our colleges and pres. Everyone is Invited. I

I ently cuts and off aid federal in the scholarships form of- ..- ::7'A- ,: ;;; ", '.:::' grandchild.' Funeral: Mass was held .. .:

scholarships or supplementalaid _. ? ., Monday',at 10:00 a. m. at St. couNTT-cmr *" '..
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to person''convicted of .. Stephens Catholic Church, .
any OFFICES TO r
.. ;'\ Bunnellr.with the Rev FT. 'An '
r or disciplined for using,, force, ,.. ,
," disruptive tactics or actual ..JI"" .:..:" .r tonIo' Leon, officiating. Interment CLOSE FRIDAY I

seizure or destruction of property ._ .i '. '. .. ". ,. '.i.'f'"i" was;;at St. Mary's Cemetery '
under the control of the 1" ', .. !; ,Kprona.Active' All _county offices in' the
;"t""' :: Bunnell Courthouse will be ,
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State.MARCO' Lee
ifl. r' pallbearers were
..' '> 'in. closed all Friday, April
.. .t f:' ;" \:<. ;;, .; Drazba.. David Burnsed, Mil.. day '
of Good Fri.
4 in observance
,:,; : ton Pellicer, Jimmy Field,
,..
; :: ;t Bowers and Cos- day a spokesman said oday.
Fritz
Floyd
'POLQOFFICIAL .
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!;, ; ; Hall will
;:: :::";, f The Bunnell City
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.r. .l ., sell. Honorary pallbearers. .
( t{
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SPEAKSTO t' tJ.: .ii, .. ""<, also_ be closed all day Friday.
... .' 'f; -: \. "" ""' were Bill Burnsed, William .,
) ,".>...' \ : > ''t1; : ,gL \ The Flagler Beach City Hall "
'' :\ Irwin,
F. B. PTA f. h ; "p"> :": r.. Shropshirei'.Edwin' _...
\:; :: ": '; ;:.fI.t .:' Charles Rocket t"Leroy Bowers, will remain open. .._ ,

Marco Polo Park 'ExecutiveRobert ..... Roy';'.DykStra'U. ; l '{! GLn in. : tTNTYC SCHOOLSV ...... ,.' ..... '
-CO + : "'
Burns-showed slides ... ugirit;. B.lathmart$ pJ': Jl; ........... ,'" .... ..... .""j .,,_ -,1 ,..- -
and outlined the plans for the ..,.,..... Charles Wendlandt// CLOSED FBI.MON. f-/4

giant amusement'complex' -J'';" a Craig Funeral l' Home, Buri-

the Flagler Beach Parent ----=-.J-- ,f:' nell,:',was in: chargei' i I' Flagler.County's: three ,I

Teachers meeting Monday . schools will, be closed Friday jJ ,
night. About fifty attended.The The winning entrant In the crafts division was "Embroidered and Monday, April 4.7, for the s ii

nominating committee 'Storks" submitted by Mrs. Helen M.: McDermott. Second place' :ATTORNEYS MOVE Easter holidays.Students .

presented the following slateof went to Mrs. Florence Schwenk for her dried fiowers on glass. will return to their

officers for election:' President Third place was awarded'Mrs.'Mildred Davis'for'l1er'' "Presidential BUNNELL OFFICE -* classes Tuesday morning.

Mrs. Kathy Hollenbach; Seal".
vice Mrs,:,Ann Mc. The law ,offices of James H. TABLETides
president Special awards were made for the William Rodgers exhibit 1d'AssocIate Harry TIDE
Gee; secretary, Mrs, Betty Ann Tucker For April 3-9
from Deland and to Fards'\JcGee for his entrant Jn' photogra T. Pryor have been moved to .
and treasurer, Mrs.
Chase LOW
; About 140 attended the art, exhibit.> HIGH
Winnie Duensing. The new officers phy. persons the Professional Arts Building, A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Day
installed at !the 706 East Moody Blvd., Bunnell.
will be
2:30
3 ,8:36 9:00: 2:18 : \
Mrs. Higgins The office was located in the
regular meeting May 19.; BAND PARENTS 4 9:18 9:42: 3.00 3:12
three
Members voted to donate PLAN BAKE SALE ,. At Tingley Building for 5 10:06: 10,30 348;: 3:54:
$25 to the Flagler County .1 h PassedAway.. years. 6 10:54 11:24 4:42: 4:45
Scholarship Fund.Refreshments The three room office suiteis 3:36 5:40:
SATURDAY A. M. 7 11:48 11:59:
were served Flagler BeachMrs. attractively decorated with 8 12:18: 12:48: 6:36: 6:42 .
the sixth grade room mothers The Bunnell High School mod furniture.. .
by Gertrude Higgins, 95, 9 1:24: 1:54: 7:48 8:00
and (the room count was Band Parents Assn. will have "
Mrs. Hardin's second bake sales Saturday April 5 115 Flagler Avenue, Flagler
won by Beach, passed away Sunday FLAGLER TEACHERS IN WORKSHOP .
at three locations in the count
grade. March 23 following several =...
i years of falling health. She

MARCH OF DIMES Baked goods will be sold at made her home; at Flagler

Flagler Beach in front of the Beach the past 12 years with

GOLF";BENEFIT .\ Post Office at 8 a. m., with her sister, Mrs. Araminta
.-'> Mrs. Frank Hutcheson, chairman Kight Bertalot.
NETS $75 Bunnell Post Office at
; Mrs. Higgins was a clerk at q
,The March of; Dimes Hole in 8:30: a. m. with Mrs. Charles the Nevada, Missouri Post Of-

Round ,benefit' at Ocean Palm Creal, Mrs. Charles Anders flce for more than 15 years

Country Club Saturday,netted and Mrs. Jimmy' Hargett, cochairmen and prior to that was a substitute ,
$75, according to Mrs. Harry ; and Rodgers Food rural mall carrier..' -

Atkinson, county chairman. Store, Bunnell, Mrs. Hattie'. Survivors include" her 'sister,
Winners were Don Ford, Don Williams, chairman. <4 Mrs. Bertalot, Flagler Beach;
and Germain Peirard., and several i
Emrich Proceeds from the sale will two stepdaughters
donated by Ron and nephews.
Prizes were activities. nieces
go (toward band
Nicol, OPCC golf pro. i Graveside services 'were<< .

March 27 at Newtin Burial '

Park, Nevada, Mo. with the 4.


J! HAPPY EASTER! Rev. O. V. Davidson officiating. r : _

RADIO CONTEST

e' TO ALL! 's .,.'-f. AT FLAGLERA fL--L I

group of amateur radio
-
/ -' '" operators from Daytona Beach Flagler County Teachers completed the tenth three hour

Flagler County an airing Arts" Institute last Thursday.. Seated
.. gave study session of Language
'
Saturday and Sunday during Dr. Joe 'Shea, Benjamin F.,
: 1 to r, above, are Mrs. Lena Barasa, !
\ ,
QSO'party contest. ; Mrs.
.the Florida Broxton, Mrs. Catherine Crawford, Mrs. 'VIneda Skipper;
J. The worked in relays. Brown,
group Gloria D. Graham, Mrs. Ruth Townsend, Mrs. Rosemary '
They set up a base stationIn' Laura Mor
Mrs.
then Milland .Hotel.:'and vja Mrs. Connie Holland, Miss Marylyn Toot anod

SUNRISE SERVICE portable radio with, call letter ris.Standing, Dr. Athol Packer and Dr.,Tom Tillmer. involved ,

K4 BV'.talked to contacts in 44 'This,instruction is part of the E. 1. E. program 'which

6 A. M. Community, .Stii ise'Ser_' ice af,' Flagler: ,states and foreign countries ina 40 teachers in language arts In Bunnell High School, Bun t_

Beach Methodist Church.Dale. :Mysinger, Speak- 17 hour period. .' nell Elementary' No. 1, Bunnell Elementary No. 2 and Flagler

music by choirs of.. CommunityMemorial : 'The group known as the Beach. Other courses were held for teacher aides and continued
.Special .
,erv Daytona Beach Amateur Radio School Plan. The sessions which began last October
Methodist Churches of Flagler Progress
Baptist and 'Association has 45 ,members. were from collegeof
were' held in the BUS library. Instructors
j celebrated theIr.
Beach. They recently of Florida. ,
.. .- -.-- 13th anniversary. *- r' Education at University" .'.b.



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kJj 1 3JTluubr mrt1rU" Entered ... second claaM 'THURS.. APRILI3.\1969 '.":: J.. 2-THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE

I N'con P 0 n A. T m D February 6. 1913, at the poet./! ... ,, "".. .
IIUNNELL FLORIDA, office at Dunnell. Florida under. : '

Editor JOHN and A. CLEOO Publisher- Act or March 1O...-Pew 3.-1878.CoprBETTEJ C I 4 O ICE (i{: Fresh Florida Grade "A":


s. McDANIEL.Kdltor 0.. Year ._:..,,._..,...r..sJ-W KW' .L.
New. Six M..tk. ,...-.,.- ,,..... Baking'He s

o-Ite. erpapef. fer aU Ont.l l Vlajrler CountyS2.OO

Legal Advertl.las EDITORIAL i4Au .-e.*.I,.-... II Ii I N


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AN EASTER THOUGHT

..... ,,'
We were interested In reading last week that after one of ., 'J
the great tragedys of modern times the atomic.bombing of :U. S. D.' A. CholoCHUCK
Hiroshima, In 1945. in the first service;'held,in a particular chapel x

the minister preached a sermon oni love. 58

The greatest tragedy and traversty of justice of all time was 'ROAST Ib
the crucifixion. of Jesus Christ on the Calvary Cross. And, the, '
message that God had for his people for all time was love. '

During the past week this writer and ,hundreds of other
Flagler Countians had the experience of hearing the Reverend ;:;U. S. D. A.

Tom Pinner, one of the truly gifted preachers of our day. speakof
the love thalt God had for His people bin, sacrificing His Son ChoiceSTEAK 58<
to the horrors of the cross that we might live in love and understanding lb. ,
with our neighbor both here at home and across theworld.

'

Whether we are '"practicing" Christians, or not we cannon!; I ___ .
but think what different world this would be if there
help a "
were no hate and no fear. Most of our national budget is ex- U, SiD. A. Choice;. Lean Western STTr'

pended on paying for past wars and preparing for future wars. SHOULDER: STEKS PORK
How Christian it would be If this money could be spent on love 'I ftl' I
instead of hate. lb Ib. '
7 8e ,| v'UL Jr9. :::73e.
Think of the starving- masses of people around the, world '
19 < ''Of(J a'ta. : ,'
/that could be fed. We could spend money on medical researchto --- -
cure dread diseases and care for the crippled. We love, we _. T. 1 ry riyuLyke'a '-
could perform some of .the miracles that Jesus did In feeding! ? "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (14-16 lb. Avg.)

and healing people..f: "1 Qa *% if s L Ml"' ;

Without fear and hajte,wp. could free'Ople"of "demoniac' :a 49 c
1 lb.
spirits and rid them of their mental sicknesses. With universal
love our,prisons,and reform schools would be emptied. f j t, "

As we approach the Easter season.-we;realize /that the wold]
will not be transformed immediately upon ,the retelling of, the .

message ,of the Cross and the, Ressurection._ "i"" '. .d ,
However, great changes could be 'made in our individ\iaj: : BUU lb. HALF .Ib
lives and in our'sn communities' if we'put into practice*.f.'t l\ ALF 5 L SHANK 49c'A' .

challenges that will! ,be extolled ,by .our; ministers, this Easter ii '

Sunday. a .,, : f 1 CENTS (.;SLICES.I". 89C -

The nest way to start is to'attend the church of your choi A .... .. .
this Easter Sunday."There 14: no-onej tof"ps'{ ,that* is so bad!.bJ1'n""" .r4. '
that we are welcome;, and. 'no>one,'of ,us so good but' that the OC WE"WILL BE CLOSED,;4 Western "FIRST CUT"

need to hear. the message* v. again. John A. Clegg *,JjToo ,t'/ i EASTER, SUNDAY I poiiKD CHOPS Ib 4Se, I


.. ,-, -
'Kraft.W| Quart Jar'
Chemical test, the
.pinpoint, _
.
,,
? '
Late ': V milk's content}of mlllc'*fafrr MAYO4IAISF; 'Each :49.M V :* FOLGER'S .
> t r:milk value tfor.gthe humrtH'Jdiet. r..t" :
: "-A* //V .
O'Sage 2/ Can
I 'I A determines:- Eacfo COFFEE
To ClassifyBy I i phosphate test J "
whether there may have been*,*?TEACHES 29c
any errors in heat; or time control :-,"" '
Russell Kay '.. '* X: 47e
during pasteurization and' .MarthaWhite! ,(Ass t. Flavors) Tin

You may not know It, but whether raw milk might have i'G: 5 Ea.
science !tells us that our taste been mixed with the pasteur. &Rg MIXES i! Zge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
'
buds are Just as responsive to ized milk. Martha White
to the flavor of milk as they Finally a plating test is
are to the flavor of fine wines. conducted to determine the QUICK GRITS 5 I3ag
3ge
Most of us one time or presence of,any heat-resistant Joe Grain's Grade. "A"
another have encounteredmilk organisms in the product. '.; :Murry's (Mixed,Flavors) Reg., 29c Bag
that just didn't taste The independent laboratory MEDIUM i
Is headed by Russell 1I1avsa,-I* :: For '$
right. On other occasions we COOKIE i 4 ,00
have'found milk so flavorable whom we might call South, ,t It. .. EGGS
that we just had to have Florida's "Lll '1 Qld Milk ,J}
another glass. Taster" for he is a recognized'
,
For many years wine makers expert. Hlavsa prides himselfon .HERSHEY'SSUGAR 2 Doz. 89C
have had their "tasters" his milk tasting ability -
who sniff wine, sip it, roll it but he contends the consumeris '
around on their tongue and the final authority. :.m, .z
decide its quality.
Taking a leaf from the LETTER' TO THE EDITOR.,.- ff 4 JSL FROZEN FOODS -
wine makers book South ( fc Zge
Florida Milk Producers, whose WHERE:: WERE THE FLAGS? Morton's
-v.
members supply most of the Monday was the official day w'' '* Limit with $5.00 or,more food order
milk consumed in South of mourning for the death of POT PIES 2 Pkgs.: : 39C
Florida, now have their mUle'tested
Dwight David Eisenhower,
one ,
,by the Independent of the great generals of our" If.y V; Downyflake 12 ,oz. Pkg.
Dairy Farmers Association age and for eight FRESH PRODUCE
years president -
Each
Laboratory at Ft. Lauderdale.Here WAFFLES
of the United States. AsI 39e
a professional, exper- rode around the Flagler Large StalkCELERY'"
ienced milk tester gives it Beach area I observed only, : "
the connoisseur's touch to de- three flags flying-one SIt the :: Ea.
termine its quality. Like the post office, one at the city hall : 19cTender : : BAKE
RITE
wine taster, the milk taster and one In Beverly Beach., -
sniffs the product, sips It, rollsit What has happened to our KENTUCKY WONDER
around on his tongue to de- American patriotism? lb.
termine if it possesses all Many business establishments ,BEANS 2 49c 3 I lb.
,
those qualities and savory and individuals have Tin 390Limit
nuances that milk connois- flags but they were just too Fancy LargeTOMATOES
seurs expect from their fresh busy to take the few minutesto 1b. ,
wholesome, favorite beverage.A raise them to half mast. Zge 1 with $5.00 or more food order
microscopic "count" is J
-
Lester SheelerEd
.s.
made to determine how much
Note: We are Informed
bacteria is contained in the there were only four flags '.::tt' t? _'.... '
milk sample. This indicatedthe flying in'the Bunnell area. ...... ;
cleanliness of the farm op-
eration and the effectivenessof
cooling'and storage temper AG GROUP

atures.A TOURS KNIGHT
sample, of milk Is :forced ]
through, a cotton filter to see BROS. FARMS FOOD RODGERS :.] ;I
if it contains extraneous matter More than twenty Maryland till Ir
'Mil
-a test to determine clean growers toured one of Flagler
liness in the shipping opera- County's largest farmlands
tion.A. Knight Brothers Farms, at in1
bile salt test on pasteu- Haw Creek last Tuesday af. Id1
rized milk checks for any con ternoon. The tour sponsored OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
tamination that might have by Allied Chemicalsincludedvisits 8:00 a.m.-.1:00'p.m.
occured after the milk was to farms at Hastings Quantity Rights Reserved Prices U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

pasteurized. and Palatka. Good April 3, 4, 5, and 7, 1969aUl"



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3-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THUDS... APRIL 3. 1969ib1
NEW SHELL OIL STATION MANAGER

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Let us help beautify Flagler ::' 'ri';." :'! .::11''j'' "' ,h,,'t",. .\' '!'., IF RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
!f' .. '. ). NATIONAL
County. Large variety of evergreens :. 1\\" : ( \' ,"<11."".':' ,'-. ( : ,!

palms, hedge plants. : :, ,;I" : \ BANK Ph. -677-8217 175 W. Granada
5% miles & of Bunnell on
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cleaning drain ". /
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Call George Jarosz, 437.3410

8-1.U ." :; BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS

FOR SALE-One 2 bed room 1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

house, nice, $5500. One 4-bedroom I; BUNNELL, FLORIDA
2 baths, % block from
ocean, 100 ft. lot, $8500. Call a FREE ESTIMATES

4392317._April 3 ..TFC ; & r;, BAR FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS

HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bed- !1 ,\ BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS ,,;
rooms-CBS house with 'car- I eOUNTERS
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING ', '
port utility room and fenced
yard. Corner lot, attractively Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving

landscaped. Reasonable. Call .- BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST" BARS
-F "
4373138. 31320.27, 434tc.: ::\
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts
Billy ;J. Kelly, 301 South Stone St., Bunnell; left;''was award. \
SINGER zigzag .1968 model ) FINE HARDWOODS
'
used less than three ed a certificate of achlev !ne5it7iy D. F. Holfa r? District Man .:

months. .guarantee..Makes' ager, right, on completion o ri\b\ h our course atsJliell Oil Com Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now Serving
all areas in 75, mile rod. of BunnelL
buttonholes fancy stitches
pany's Dealer Management Development Center Jacksonville.
darns, monograms, sews on CALL COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 437-3328
buttons without attachments.Pay Kelly is m'anager'of' Saxon's Shell ,Service Center, Interstate 95 PLANNING

balance of $44 or 6 payments and State Road 100, thaE operJecTlast week. "*" EVENING ARRANGED

at $8 a month._ For moreinformation J3 3 1

: call 734-OO18 or I'M LOOKING FOR A, PA\\t' +7.
write Service Sewing CenterP. TICULAR TYPE MAN t IV''!,j,

O. Box 393, Deland, Florida One who will take an active? .: :,

32720._March 13, TFC Interest in my business ,as, a' ,

regional manager. He shouldbe
Retired man In excellent WIN A
well known in his ,com f
health wishes to do yard ,,
munlty, married, between'tije '
work in Flagler Beach or Bun
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age of 30.55 and a resident-Tor -
nell, part or full time. Has at least 5 years. His earnings .., BRAND NEW $229.95ZIGZAG
own power mower. Call Jeff '
will be (
Davis, 439.2490. depending!
to $1400 per month
March 27-Apr. 10--3tc.
his Send
upon ability. resume/"
to North Atlantic P..'O.3 .4
FOR SALE-Portable TV., Corp., SEWING MACHINE
*
Double Bed Springs and Mat. 'Box 20334 Orlando Florida

tress Twin Bed Springs, Mattress 32804: Apr. 3, 10().*2tCr Mr Work this Contest and Win Prizes"! IE

2 End Tables 2 Table FOR' SALE Smith Cororia'ic: : OVER $ .ooo IN PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY

Lamps, Couch, Ironing Board. adding machine; Remingtdnf I' IIn Merchandise ftruilttttrt
Chair, Odds and Ends. Call INTER THIS CONTXST
portable typewriter: Remingt a:, '
4373820. ], 1ST PRIZE M HL
tp. AND WfNl
ton standard ,typewriter; 2, _
PIANO IN STORAGE non.electric car coolers; Eng

Beautiful spinet stored :lo' lish racing bicycle; scuba' diy* !.: N; 1ST PRIZE?

cally. Reported like..,ne\f.. Re 1 Ing equipment;; movie camera slaw:: 4 .!t I6,!;;":, A Brand New $229.95
: Big with telephotoqensf pup':ten t; L
sponslble take
party can a \ < .;; DRESSMAKER ZIGZAG
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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 3. 1969 .i'j* w + .
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Evelyn Cook% Donald Brock, M :
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Pamela Hewitt, Thomas Logan F ,, t S "\'-
Strattoini Norcross, Alsa ,.jr:'
GUillette, BenJ F. Cauley. Edward l
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Everett. Durrance Joseph? L., i ..: "

PKllllps, Ann Hunter .Mae.'

Hendren, Julia Lovelace, Mad" ,

elyn NeeleyV FrancesBowers, ,. :.t'
Jesse Baker Russell Yelvlng-j f. S
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7 omon. CharliE: Johnson, Velma ",

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L onara iiunay; Bernard' .t/. :fr

Kozlov ski, W. James Moore, ,
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Su ders Ann Pamela ..
Batten,
. Hewitt, Beatrice;Cockrell, A'.,L.Guilletti ,,',

a. 6 S ,t,. ,, Ben Mellinger Mad-
elyn Neeley, Oscar Gilyard,

Phillip Mann, Francis Fryman, I. .,

I Friends of Mrs. Billy Cauley, center, honored her with a Lawrence Oliver, Fraser Sullivan ), '!'

stork shower last :Monday night at (the Bunnell Civic Center. Ann Hunter Geneva Sol
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Hostesses were., left, Mrs. H. R. Phippins and right, Mrs. James'' C-; HBBBPBMM""""" '"'- -
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u Decorations appropriate to the occasion were used and re1'freshments ': VISITS PARENTS .1".Among the sixtyflve persons attending the second annual

of cake and punch were, served 'to the fourteen In* Carter Family Reunion Sunday at Faver-Dykes State Park these
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vited. guests. 'i" Mrs. Moses 'Atkinson of senior members were the eldest descendants of David Carter and

Games were enjoyed and prize winners were Mrs. Joe Arnold,t t Griffin, Ga. Is visiting in Bun Rachel Cooper present. They are seated, 1 to r, Miss Nell Du-
nell with her Mr. and
parents,
Mrs. James DuPont and Mrs. C. Perrlne, ", Mrs. Jeff Cockrell. Mrs. Cock Pont, Dupont Center; Mrs. Laura. Cubbege, St. Augustine; stand-

rell returned home Saturday ing, Mrs. Mary Spencer, Orlando and Emanuel Carter, Hastings.

MIL SCHENK \ DOTTIE TUCKER from Bunnell General Hospital Traveling the"greatest distance to attend the family gatheringwere
HONORED ON WINS FTATALENT Bunnell of Coral Gables, Florida. Bill
where she was a surgical : Mr. and Mrs. Gifford
'j.BIBTlIDAY CONTEST of the Carter Association
patient Beach was elected president
.;' Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gill gavea Miss Dottie Tucker.BHS'. ; Carter, Daytona Mrs. H.
vice president;
Sat sixth took ;; Kenton Morrison, St. Augustine
surprise birthday party grade student ,top 1 l\trs.-Z. G. Hol
and
.., urday for Elmer Schenk at the honors Saturday night 'in a ,, T. Cook, St. Augustine secretary treasurer; '

,, GUrs.mobile home, Flagler talent show sponsored by.the:' land, Jr., Bunnell historian. -

Beach Trailer Park. Mr. and Future Teachers of America. ,-.

Mrs. Schenk winter residentsat Dottle presented a vocal solo SCOTTINSTALLED.'OES COOKING DEMONSTRATION '
Flagler Beach, are from which. consisted of two num' MRS. HENRY

Castalla, .Ohio. : bens "Edelweiss" and '*fMyFa'vorite .' S PLANNED ., to

Invited guests-were Mr. and Things". Miss Helene 4

Mrs. Howard Mesnard Mr. .Bryan, ninth, grade, received WqRTH?;MATRON FOH-I'DLEWOOD ,...a..r J!-,." 'r

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and Mrs. Walter, Warner and .second place with 'her tap 'f'
: Atchley Po'
: Installed Mrs. Gail :
Mr. 'and.Mrs. Henry Wilkes. dance and MIss.tSylvia: } King,'' Mrs- S HenryCgtt'.. waS, : : .6f M. Conservation;;;
Matron ofChapter" Ida Board .
'Worthy1 ,);* ,
l ,'. third place, presented 'a.vocal :
.. : 'NcCr of the.vE'aste'rn Home rrEconolhist,, Jacksonville .
Order
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Mrs..Ii. A. Eisenbftqh' yip; ,. solo, "Sonny .', %, .-. {, 1'"t, 1w Star, 'Tuesday l ..night will demonstrate; seafood -"
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sting at Vero Beach this.,week Contestants were accom*,
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'; at'the'Masonic'Building:, Others cookery to ItUewood\ Club
with, her, son itn law :arjd ;E V. panled, by Mrs. Barbara 'installed: 'were 'Mrs. T.: H, members Tuesday night; The

daughter, Mr and Mrs.,:John Doran. Proceeds from the: talent LII f Wffdsworth' ,, Associate Matron; meeting, 'wi t..te..at oat; 8 p.'m.

Sutherland and family: : show will go toward'.a.. II I Ray Mercer Associate Patron;' at, the home :of' Mrs. ',Dale

scholarship to be given to, a Secretary Mrs. Martha Mercer -,..' Brown Jr.,"' 601 "N. Moore St.,*
DAVID SMITH senior, member, of the FutureTeacherst "
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,. Conductress, Mrs. Ray; Bunnell.' S '
CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY ?Club. : ;: ,
Other contestants'were Ginger Mercer; Associate Conductress
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David Smith celebrated Miller Celestine
Spates, "
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13th birthday at a'party'Tues ,Jane Green and Mary Way. POTATO BLOSSOM ;
afternoon at the Bunnell Mrs. Charles Chambers; Adah,;
day Recent houseguests: at thehpmetpf
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Mrs Vllolce Raulerson? Ruth,
Civic Center given by\his par RETURNS TO ALABAMA CONTESTANT Mrs. Yemen
MrS?Thomas) 'DIamond; Mar, I,' ,Mr, and ,'' :
ents, Mr, and Mr& CHarleS. Gene and Hart left r at, Flagler Beach
Mary Raymond"
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Smith. -0 ; "t .. Flagler &iSnty beauty Mary thai Mrs. P. A. -Edmonson; ;
Refreshments' decoratedcup today to return to Anniston ._Anne Stcnl 17, above, lspne: Electa, Mrs. Russell Yelving-= were firs, John Olson' ",and"

cakes, ice cream and Ala. after spending several"'" ) of thre*-'contestants in the, ton; Warder, Mrs. James Du, Mrs.. Ruth Tuverson' both''ofWatertown and
and Mr.
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colas were served to a about days at their Flagler Beach'" runnlnjr"forf the title of Miss pont and Sentinel, Rev. Shel-.
of Morris *
'' ,Mrs. Ernest Anderson
forty of .David's schoolmates. Home. Florida" Potato' Blossom 969 ton..Brooks. "

Assisting with, the serving Weekend visitors aft their The queen and members of later Conru
Others to be installed
were Mrs. Ruth Smith, Linda Beach home were ,their son her court *Ill be presented r
; are the Worthy Patrop,' Organist
Way, Mary' Way and Sandra Jn law and daughter, G/Sgt. April 16 at North Floriua Potato Victor and Cora Buckles
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and Esther and Treas
Harper. and Mrs. John Barker and Council's annual barbequ.e have as' their Easter holiday;

Games winners were Tab children of'Doe Run, Ga. The at St.Johns County Fairgrounds urer. houseguests. her niece Miss''

Whitaker, Jody: Klrklahd. Rob Barker's' attended the Cab near Hastings. '}The i Installing ,officers were Margaret Miller, Rye, N. Y.:
Cowart and Janell Revels event Is staged to celebratethe Mrs. Grace Freeman, Past Matron and Miss Margaret McLean of'

bage Ball Saturday.-night. beginning r of' potato bar- Chapter 51, OES, Barber- Yonkers. N. Y. Both, are stu.

GAMES PARTY' (C.) + vest in Flagler ,Putnam ',and tulle; Mrs. Martha! Mercer, dents ,at Mount Holyoke ,College -

TUESDAY. APR. 8 Mr. and Mrs .Jack Chaffee St. Johns'counties; .> Past Matron, Chapter 93 OES Mass
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Mrs.. Frank Bxede has been and children, of Saginaw, :MaryAnne,,a senior; at Bun Bunnell and Ray ,Mercer,

named chairman of a "special :Mich arrived Monday at nell 'High, School, is a mem- Chapter, No. 93 OES, Bunnell. LEGAL ADVERTISEMDNT

games party" ,sponsored by Flagler Beach for a visit -with ber of the 0 .Beta Club; Vice Mts. Mary Jenkins, Flagler IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S FLAG
the Flagler Beach Catholic President of BIts Student Beach was initiated as"a new COURT. IN AND' FO11I.KIl
his sister and brother in law, COUNTY, FLOII.IDA.
Chapel Tuesday, April 8 at 'Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fleurie .Council and Secretary of ;For member. More than 30 members IN .PROIIATK, ,
In re Estate of
1:30 p. m. in ,the, Flagler and family. eign Language, Club. attended the Installationand FRED LEWIS MORROW.-

Beach Municipal RecreationHall. "The lovely contestant, initiation. Oift of town Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO
daughter( of ,Mr. and Mrs.r guests were from Barberville, : ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
Proceeds from the event will STEFLIKS ENTERTAIN Michael; Stefllk, Flakier Daytona Beach, ,New; Smyrna, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR

benefit the church building Louis' and Joy: S eflik_were Beach,"plans to*;,attend University and Deland Chapters. ESTATE DEMANDS: AOAINST. SAID

fund. : of 'next 1 You and each of you are here-'
hosts at a party at their home Tampa fall.
\ by notified and required to pre-
The is invited.
public Saturday night,' Hwy> 100 ., Her hobbies*Include paint sent any clatma and demands
ing. ATTENDS 'SCHOOL which you or either of you may
HOME FOR Bunnell, before the CabbageBall. 'swimming, cooking lancing have against the Estate of Fred
VISIT
singing, basketball and Lewis Morrow. Deceased late
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Lt. and Mrs. Tom Kahlert 'softball.- .', ." Gaston William Boyette, of KlaKler County. Florida to
The met at the Stef ; f the Honorable T. K. McKnight.
and daughter of Ft. Bennlng couples ). State Road 305, Bunnell, spenta County J Flakier County
Ga. spent the weekend in Bun Ilk home before going: to'Jdllans week at Montgomery, Ala. Florida, t'i.1110 Chambers In the

{ nell visiting Lt. Kahlert'S' par for dihner Sand then attended .- : ": -" where he attended the AmerIcan County,Court within House six: months In Bunnell.Flprlda from.

ents. Tony and Mildred. ., Kahlert. the dance.. > COME,TO BUNNELL TO Breeders Association the date'of the first publicationof
this Notice.
School.
Joining the hosts were Mr. Each claim or demand must be
and Mrs. Robert Bums: Mr. '. .. .SHOP While there he attended the In writingand must state the
HOMES FOR VISIT Southeastern Division Rodeo place of residence and post office
and Mrs. Gordon Shields, Mr. Drop Your Laundry Off address of the claimant and must
Cecil Westbrook, who is and Cattle Show where he wasa be sworn to by the claimant, his
living at St. CroIX!; Virgin Islands and Mrs. Bill -Lenssen, Mrs. 'P'ick p : guest of the Governor of agent or his attorney. '
Before Later
of
,Nicholas ,Lenssen and Mr. ; this 27tday
tIEn
Is at ??
v visiting Flagler Alabama. 1969
Beach ,with his parents Mr. and, Mrs. Jim WJlllams, JAN MORROW ZEMINA. as

and Mrs.: Cecil: Westbrook. 20 I ibs Washer 35c, Mr. and, Mrs. Buddy Cham- and Executrix Testament: of the of Last FRED Will
Weekend houseguests at ULJ V1s MORROW, Deceased. .
ATTENDS RACES the home-of Dale and Rosemary -, s. bers spent the weekend in BY & R BALL MURCHISON? ASH--
Jacksonville
.* Brown 'were their 4lbsWasher25c with Mr. and Attorneys for the
Harry Atkinson spent: the : son Executrix.
Mrs. Fred Chambers .
and
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weekend in Atlanta, Ga.where., ,David Fort .auderdale and sly Jacksonville. Florida 32201

he attended'the.Mlanta,- .: . .500. ,. Al Barreca .of'" San_ S Francisco., April 3. 10. 17. 24 4tc.
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5-THE FLAGLEB. TRIBUNE THURS. APRIL 3. 1969 *. -- The chapel will be nondenominational with the donor. Check or cash
DAV CHAPTER BUYS NEW and will be may be. dropped by the Ad.
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21i FCIIII MEMORIAL CHAPEL, AND pital and will be accepted up
MEDITATION ROOM. A to the closing date of April 30,

plaque ..designating/ chapel ,1969. -:- "
as such will be mounted on As I mentioned early In this
f the outside corridor wall with column it Is sincerely hoped
Y the dedication date and list that the community will spon-
of memorials.It sor and assist in this worth-

is sincerely hoped that while project.

this project which I anticipatewill
be one of community Interest EASTERLILIES .
1 will bring to the pa
tient at the hospital and their
sW relatives, a place where meditation This year as always, Easter
lilies will be at the top of the
may be had without
list of for Easter
plants giv
outside Interference and dis-
turbance. ing. When the flowers fade.. .
Its Is sincerely hoped that and allowed to go dormant in
the chapel will be used by the pot and brought out and
f .. the patient along with mem- watered and fertilized In late
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HOMER R. BENTLEY August to begin
purpose that It has been con- again for next groWlng'I;,

: structed.It horticulturists with the Flor->
"PatientySpeaking" is thought that the periodof Ida Agricultural Extension
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Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 Disabled American Veterans new subscription and memor- Lilies do well when planted -!'

Chapter Flag Is shown by Commander Joseph Parrish, left, and lalizatlon of individualsnames In the ground. So,' if you,
Senlpr Vice Commander' Walter Wilkins. The new $300 flag was By B ntley. that would be addedto prefer, when the blooms are

purchased with .proceeds of the chapter's bingo games and special ,- the original dedication gone you may set:the plant;
Plans now pave been completed plaque with room left this,
contributions. The flag Is 3 ft, by 5 ft. with, purple background on in the ground .immediately for the structlon and for further
plaque addition
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embroidered wait until the stem, and leaves
and gold lettering.
equipping: of A.; 'small chapel needed. Persons or or- have died back, which Will
WILKINS RECEIVES FIVE YEAR PIN and meditation room at the ganizations desiring to cooperate occur in' June of ,July, Take
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Bunnell General Hospital. and assist In. this project '
of the
care plant as you would,
Letters are going out In the may do so by, submittingcheck any of your ornamentals ":''as-
very near future to membersof made payable to Chapel to watering and fertilizing.But .
the clergy asking to 'meet Fund Bunnell General Hospital. be sure to plant it In .a''
with myself at- the hosptltal It Is also requested that If well drained 'r cartion:." 'Bulb;
'In order to formulate more defInite the check is In memory of an In locations, that :a1C,ctantirip;::ruallyw

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6-1E FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 3. 1969 S FLAGLER COUNTY

CHURCH DIRECTORY

CHURCH .


BINGO 8:00 P. M. II 2TEWSL'; o CATHOLIC CHURCHES \.

_, The Rev. Father Anthony
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL 'Leon Pastor

-SPONSORED BY-

TLACLER BEACH Si. Marys Church, Korona
'r Disabled, American Veterans Weekly Sermon HOLY WEEKOBSERVANCES Sunday Mass........... 7:30: a. m.
United Weekday' Masses: Monday.
Bunnell Firs
TONIGHT (Thursday) Methodist Church* ,IB.r. Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a. :

FREE REFRESHMENTS 011ver.. Par....' ; : Thq? Flagler Beach United'Methodist m. -

,' Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 RO'AB'TOOn EMMAUS''Ii ": Church Holy Week Blessed Sacrament Chapel
.' jpE : : ::: : services Include a special Flagler Beach .

NO MINORS ALLOWEDI1iiiiiiiiiI the first Easter fcfif:'''in Maundy Thursday' candlelight' Sunday Mass ............9:00: a. m. ,
the afternoon two of the "disciples communion service at 730 p. Weekday .Masses: Tuesday,
were encountered;; DV.Jesud 4 Thursday and Saturday at
"vhile walking on the m.A cantata.., '"Beyond The 9:00: a. m.Catechism. '
road to Emmaus. They aid not Cross" will be presented by Classes. 3:00: p. m..
recognize him even' though the" combined choirs of Flag. Tuesday.St. .
they had been his companions: ler-- Beach Baptist and Metho-

(throughout Jerusalem. These disk' Churches at a Good Friday Stephens, Bunnell .
disciples had' identified themselves ,Service at 8:00: p. m. Sunday Mass:........10:30: a. m.
with Jesus for months, .Judge Dale Mysinger will Catechism Classes: 3 p. m
yet they could. not recognizehim deliver the message at the Tuesday.
then. '" annUal Easter Sunrise servo Confessions before all masses.
The Church ha&'many mem ice at 6:00: a. m. at the Weekday Devotion: Novenato

bers who today call them church. Special music will be Our Lady Wednesday and ..
selves by his name who fall provided by the choirs of. the Saturday after Mass.
to recognize Christ. His spirit Community Memorial Church,
lives in the lives''of many who Flagler Beach Baptist Church Community Memorial
help the sick;' the lonely, the and Methodist Church. Church '

downtrodden and the abused.He Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
is in the !llves- of many BUNNELL METHODIST Reverend R. W. Dickert Pastor

seemingly insignificant peo HOLY WEEK SERVICES Sunday: School .................:..9:45:
pIe of today. Worship Service ................11:00
Easter cannot, be Easter 1f'vly t Communion! will be Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof
without the living Christ. To served at 6:45: p: m. Maundy each month at 2 p. m.
many people Christ Is only a Thursday at the Bunnell First

symbol or a figurehead with. United Methodist Church. First Baptist Church
out regard to the life he lived. There will be a special
How tragic it is when we fall Good Friday service from Rar. Charles Anders Pastor
to see Christ today. "While 12:05-12:20: p. m. April 4. Moody Boulevard Bunnell
and discuss Sunday School.._.....9:43 a. m.
In 5 minutes it had better / they were talking
ing together, Jesus himself FLAGLER BEACH WSCS Worship Servtce..J.l:00 a. m.
drew near and I went to them. LUNCHEONMEETINGTHURSDAY. Evening Worship.._.6:30: p. m.
turn into a station wagon.When But their eyes were kept from APRIL 10 Adult Choir Rehearsal........7:30
recognizing him:' Luke 24: 15, Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
.Mrs. Jack Beatty, Ocala will Monday

address the Women's Societyof YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and Std
.';. .1 t. something tells you to break '.,! 16.Catholic Christian Service at a Monday

\'V"-$ .. camp fast, the Volkswagen Campmobile is .f)"' luncheon Thursday, April 10 Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p. m.
; break. ,., Y in the Flagler Beach United
;44:.;.1 an easy camp to : : : Wednesday
Methodist
I ': Holy Week Church Fellowship ,Junior Choir: 3:30 m.
: p.
The tent folds up in four minutes and the
:; 't ,vHalI. Her topic will be The
roof clOmps shut in 10 seconds. Which'' ." Gift ,of Bells". Special ,guests'at q'-Thursday

leaves you 60 seconds to tidy up inside.* t Service; *" the luncheon will be menu First United Methodist
'bers of the Buhnell WSCS.A .
Before the tide comes in outside. I ;;. Special :services at the"; business will be Lambert Avenue Bunnell
meeting :
Time enough to open all the curtains.' county's t li'r:e e Catholic The conducted at 11:30: a.; 'm. ,In Rev. Oliver. Taylor Pastor
churches begin Thursday. Sunday
'::1 f't"' "S Put the milk in the icebox. Rinse your coffee schedule is; ad follows: Holy I the Service fellowship and World hall. A Pledge. 'Worship SChooL..9:45 Service..._11:00: a.a.' m.m.

.x.j. cup'irrlhe; sink.Make the dining room table Thursday The Last Supper) t will,, Bank:; ,Offerlng ., Youth 'Choir Rehearsal: 6:45: ,
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fpllpw Mrs.iAllen.
,'. Jis 'ppear. Turn the double bed Mass- ,at.530: tfx:? m..' at F1aglel'.Beach << '' ,, m. Wednesday
:'n: / full-length : "' 'BlessedV" Sacrament**,irJenklnson Is'lrrcharge; / !;oCthe.,, Jf'f' pi r
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Children Choir Rehearsal
i, Pledge :
into a .
/ seat. S Chapel. l ft+ ., v Service/ t *. ',.\% ., 2nd and 4th Thursday: 3
; f t..iL.t nd.that's it. High Mass of the Lords Sup '" '3 m.
p.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
-- ready'to head for per at 7:30.p.: m.. at St. Mary's "; MYF 2nd and 4th
r gou're higher ground : Church Korona... SERVICES,,SUNDAY_ : Sundays

7a In VW-type station wagon with all the Adoration at the Repositories ?,,1+I' ""Who raised up the right WSCS: 1st 6:30 Wednesday p. m. at

... VW-type virtues: until 11:30: p. m. at St. eous man from the east,call 9 a. 'm. ...
.7.'. An air-cooled' engine that presses Marys' Church; Korona and ed him to his 'Zoo gave the Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday
; Beach nations
Flagler Chapel. before him and,'made
down the wheels ; at 8 p.: m.Methodist .
rear giving extra
on you "' ,him. rule over kings?" .
:.:;:r tr.acion' in snow. And sand. (We got 'you GOOD 'FRIDAY' <' This passage from Isaiah is Men3rd' Wednes# t
day at ,7:15 p. m.
0,'; 'infofhilsmess.; And we'll get you out of it.) Good Friday (Christ On part of the Bible Lesson-Ser. .
Adoration of the Re. mon that will be
Calvary) heard In all ;
i. 6 Gas economy. Up to 23 miles on a gallon .. positories until afternoon Christian Science churches on Flagler Beach United

:> t' ;of regular ; services at, 1:30: t>. m. at St. Easter. Methodist Church

r'' And,space. More than you'd get in any Mary's ChurcI}, Korona. Also '. Reverend Reynold N. Hoover
... "' conventional.station Sacred Liturgy;, of the Passion ST. THOMAS Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
", ;.: : wagon. ,. and Death of, Our Lord and CHURCH ,EASTER Church School........._9:45: a. m.
; ...: I .' So if you go home empty-handed in a Veneration of the Cross .and ,i,SERVICE Morning Worship...J.1:00: a. m..

,S' .. "'.C mpmobile, you're really empty. Holy ,Communion at 1:30: p. m. St. Thomas Episcopal Church MYF. ..._............_.._...6:30: p. m.
at St. Mary's and 3:30 p. m. service will be at 10:00: a. m. Womens Society 'Christian
"r\::\ at :Flagler Beach Chapel. with music provided by the Service: 2nd Thursday of each
: : Palatka Stations of ,the Cross and' children's choir.Immediately month at 9:30: a. m.
.,. '..1'1 Veneration of the Cross at St. following the Methodist Men: Dinner-meet*
AUTHOMIZtaOCA ? .
':'B'yer''; Volkswagen Lift Stephens Church, Bunnell, at services there will be an Egg ing at 6 p. m. 2nd Monday of
5:30: p. m. if I&, ;Hunt for the children on the each month.
church grounds. A fellowship
HOLY SATURDAY
oJ. hour for the entire congrega PENTECOSTAL
Holy Saturday (Day of tion will follow. HOLINESS CHURCH .
Mourning)-Easter vigil followed There will be a Good Friday BunnelL Off Franc St.
by High Mass at St. candlelight service at the A. C. Russell Pastor
Stephens Church, Bunnell at church at 7:30 p. m. April 4. Sunday School.......10OO':: a. m.
Flagler County Insurance '7:30: p. m. \ Worship Service... .11:00: a. m.
Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30: p. m.
EASTER SUNDAYEaster 3 Gallons Latex $5.75Free Worship Serv..sun. 7:30 p, m.'
Choice or TO Color
Agency Inc. Sunday (He Is Risen) Interior or Exterior
masses will be at 7:30 a. m. at YEOMANS St. Thomas EpiscopalThe

St. Mary, Korona; 9:00: a. m. at PAINT FACTORY Rev. Thomas Mably
AH Forms of Insurance Flagler Beach Chapel; and 1820 NOVA ROAD Priest In Charge
10:30: a. m. at St.' Stephens, Ormond Ilea h U-S.3O 3 miles east of Bunnoll on
3O5 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 Phone 6"7-AA"
. Bunnell. .. .I____ Highway 100
'\"'nell, Florida 32010 Morning Worship..J.0:00: a. m.
.; Church School._..10:00: 'a. m.
1 i.,!FE-FI.m-.AUTO-CASUAL: : BONDS Holy Communion first Sunday.
{ ...,.,.. of each month
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First Baptist ChurchN.
after
you: see
Central Are.. Flagler Beach

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. your doctor... Rev. Max Hall. Pastor
Sunday SChool..9:45; : a. m.

H. CRAIG Funeral Director bring yourprescription Worship ervice..ll:00: a. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
JOHN CAPO. Manager to 7 p.'m.. .
Community Hymn Sing first
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"t..t., AIR I I OXYGEN Sunday of each month 7 p. m.

CONDITIONED )YAWr' I EQUIPPED
All.: c
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,:Phone ID 7-3532 CHURCH ''OF YOURCHOICE
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- APRIL "+ ttaytona Beach Florida 32014 and SARAVENA ALDER held In full title as shown in'
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3.
1969 later 1. A D. 1969. his wife 826 Deed Book 6. Page 296 Public
1:11nald of St. Johns) County.
MUSIC- 'J1fl Default Lincoln Avenue Records
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EASTER 4. you so. > ?
ANDERSON STRE- against for Wlnnetka. IllinoisCIIILISTIAN In the following' described prop-
wlllr be entered you
PROGRAM AT from the Northwest Line A' demanded In the bill | He I.
.. the relief PARCEL
of 6. ( ) Lots 2. 3. 4
a
Woodland Avenue The nature of said | ENCK BENEVOLENT -
CHURCH of complaint
BAPTIST S H of Block 69. Town of Bunnell.PARCEL .
beW A O C I AS -
CityhLiemit
The Flagler Beach BaptUt tLineeofothe ,.x "rJ'ltt. It, DIVORCE TION, a Massachu- 4. (b) As described,
City of Bunnell tIJ. $ hand and seal t> setts Corporation. In Parcel 4 above 'I
WITNESS my
choir will
Church present a and
ed In Parcel 45 above.
Court this 18th day of <' 107 Falmouth Street
of said
special Easter Music Program MOORE STREET from arch A. D. 1968GEOItGE ", Boston 15. Massachusetts PARCEL. 8. (c) ,Portions of
the Tracts 2. 3 and 4.Block .
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Line ,. Iii.
?Northwest! of MOODY
under the direction of Judson w '
Avenue ._ and all unknown lien "B" Section
North- ,, : I Cleric of said'Circuit Court owners
Stryker Easter Sunday 'at 7 p., Limit Line (Official Seal, > holders and claimants, and the 14. Township- 12 "
thetCitylof
f Kathryn L. Emery unknown heir, legatees, devisees South Range 30
Soloist will be Mrs. Mildred By .
m. Runnell. Cleric and legal representatives of East as shown on

Davis and Mrs. Anita All interested parties may ap. March Deouty 27. 4to all persons living or dead have the map of the Bun .
pear and nell DevelopmentCompany's
be heard at the time
ing or claimingto have any
Hirst pianist.A and land
PI5cew.above "Peclned ....:UA.. AIVLIITZMEMENT!: right title interest claim or asrecorded
congregational hymn sing 19f9ted this 2tth day Of March. lien on the hereinafter described Book 1. Page in 1 Plat of'
COURT FLAGLF.It lands and all whomit
follow. IN CIRCUIT persons to
will BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS KLOItlUA CIVIL'ACTION the Public Recordsof
dOUNTYj, may concern to-wit: the following -
The public Is cordially In- OF LAGLEn NO. IOIB-A lands situate in Flag Flagler County.Florida 'saidportions .
vited. COUNTY FLORIDA TIIK;HOUNinUi AUTJIOIUTY OFTIII1 ler County, Florida and described the
By leI OTIS S. HUNTER OUNTY; OF Kt-AOLKIl. as: being described moreparticularly '
Chairman FLORIDA Parcel 2. A portion of Tract 18.
follows Com-
ATTEST: 'A..ne'T, ? 18. BlockC". Section as
StatKUDIKTW1L.LIAMS.
a
FORMER RESIDENT VISITS p/ OEOUQE M MOODY ", Petitioner-... 11. Township 12 mencing at the Intersection -
Miss ,Jennie Newell former Clerk of the
V. South. Range 30
March 27. April 3. 2tc et a'.. Kaat. as described In Southeasterly line of,1.,
ly of Flagler Beach now living Booe Street. (A 6O ..(J
Defendants.NOTICIO instrument ,
an recorded *. ,
at Largo Is visiting; at LEGAL DVEI\TICEMENT TO ABM'KAU. ANO_ In Deed Book laid foot out street) with as now'j the

Flagler Beach with Mrs. Myrna NOTICE .IIVI>KIl FICTITIOUS THE STATE" 'ntSVKtttt OF FLORIDA. TO: 24. Records Page 393 of, Flag Public Northeasterly line oC

Knight and daughters NAME LAW Parcel 2. Rosa Lee .Jackson ler County Florida.together South 'Bacher Street.
Notice Is hereby given that'the ry formerly Rosa Lee with a portion now 0 f laid street t'a .
Lesa and Lyna. undersigned, provisions .\Vllllama. and her o f Marlon o u :
of Chapter 20 r95t3e Lawsof husband. W, J. Jackson -. .Street being moreparticularly Thence run South 62
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' Florida. Acts of 1941.. will regal I f described Degrees 60 Minutes
"" later with the Clerk of the Circuit .AND : as follows: ,rh, East along the said

NOTICK Court In and for Flagler Juanita Miller form- Commence at the said Northeasterly South line of

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: County Florida upon receipt of erly Juanlta Williams Southwest corner of Street distance Bacher of
You will take notice that the proof of publication of this notice and her hus said Tract 18. theM 321.68 ,a feet to the> I
Board of County Commissioners the following fictitious.. band. Jack Miller. same point being on Easterly line ofMarlon
of ,Flagler County. Florida in accordance name, to-wit : all Of. Bunnell, Flor- /' the center line oft" v. Street
Saxon Shell OH Service ida. Chapel Street as
with provisions of Sections .b"
Thence North 01
.. 338.09) and 336.10. FloridaStatutes under which I am :engaged in' Parcel 3. Sam 'W111iams and shown on a subdivision Dgrees 37 Minutes
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of business at: Bunnell. Florida. CarrieMae Williams of the said
1965.Dnwlf:1t1: That the party Interested In .all.. Bunnell. [ Tract 18 Thencerun West a distance of
TOM K at 9:00 ] Ife ; 134.66 feet to the .
.
business enterprise Is as ,follows Florid North 01 Degrees ,
A. M. o'clock on the 7th day of : :ii 4. Williams and 37 Minutes point of beginning;
Parcel
.
April. 1969. at Its meeting room of this description
Saxon wlfe. t Louella Williams West along the Westline :
Court House In atOll [ -
In the County Thence South 62 Degrees -
Florida. consider and Dated Bunnell. Flafler1"County. Bunnell. Flor- jck. of said TractWfc ,
Bunnell. 60 Minutes
whether or not the Florida. March 4. 1969. 18 a. distance of 126 '.
determine will discontinue Mar. 6. 13. 20. 27tr4tog CITIZENS BANK OKBUNjNELL. &v. feet to the point of East a distance of
County vacate :..._ Bun- beginning of thlaI' 764.99 feet: Thence
abandon, renounce and disclaimany ." North 38 Degrees 26 ,
right of the County and the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENr.J: ( 1t hell Florida. description; Thence .'tt,. V-' Le -' : >
; Parcels run Easterly and ttannc of 260feet '
public in and to any land or Interest !t',- -
IN THE 4. 5. ',
therein acquired by a. gilt ',. '+ Thence North 62 Degrees -
FLHIDA wftf
COUNTY Er> C. WILSON.312Z' of said Tract
dedicated set aside for 11e& : .
or 50 Minutes
or ?" I '
road t'1.-r' 98 V Street( N. W., 4 distance of 110
alleyway, or West distance
street avenue a of
In Cane No. K21-D Washington. 7. D C. feet Thence run '
which streets ,
highway purpose LOUIS E HALLMAN _' "? 'uHiT ATLANTIC NATIONAL ", and.paral- 650 feet Thence
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and avenues are more particularly Plaintiff .. r 9JIIU BANK OF JACKSONVILLE rer rerl6e west line North 38-, Degrees 2tt

described ., : Jacksonville of said Tract 18 a :.. MinutesEast a distance -
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fifty -
The following dedicated MARY LUb 'Lt..E HALLMM.f'riT'dDefendant ;. ; Florida .. distance of 110 feet; of 20 feet
,
foot (50') streets and ave- boor ,. AND. Thence run' "Wester more or less to the

nuea hMTER NOTICK TO UEKKIVr* ESTHER WILSON. parallel to Northerly line of
1. AVENUES from '-r l tea said" Section 14
b
THE STATE OF FLORIDA 520' Elm Street. South line of ,
the Northeast line of MRS MARY .. said Tract 18 distance Thence Westerly ay -
LUCILLE Reading -
Street. a
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Cherry Street \ 4 :1.* : long the North line
Northeaat. HALLMAN i.7A.I3:: Pennsylvania.Testamentary. of 122.5. feet : .y of said ,
to the North 3429 Farmhlll Drive Trustees to the center line of Section 14.
Line of the City of Falls c Virginia under the Last ., a distance of 269
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Bunnell. You rcter notifieda : -Thai MI'IJ Will and Testament .Street: :?'l fr,- i i. feet, more or less.
2. SEMINOLE AVENUE suit has been filed agalnstlyoiuT of Raymond C. Wil- Degrees 37 Minutes : to the Northwest
from the Northeast Line In the above entitled cause, and son".. East along the cen- .,* corner of said Tract
of Cherry Street Northeast you are hereby required I toiflle MARGARET ALDER ter line of Marlon 21! Thence South 01

to the North City your answer with the ClerkOf( WILDER and ALLEN Street a distance of ? Degrees 37 Minutes
Limit Line of the' City ,' this Court, and to serve a copythereof S. WILBER. 110 feet: Thence run t a\erlya.1O'fne
of Bunnell upon the plaintiff or' her hUll band, telgrlte paral of
3. RICHWOOD AVENUE plaintiff's attorney whose, name./ 56 Oreenacres Ave South, line said .Tract 2 a distance -
from the Northeast Line T of 139 feet.
J and address Is: \ flue Scarsdale, New extended of said
of Cherry Street North- ROBERT WILSON i YorkTHOA'Ws Tract 18, a distanceof more or less, to the

east to the Southwest 441 South, Ridge wood Avenue, /r W. ALDER, 12.6 feet to the point of beginning.
Jl.l
Line of Bacher Street: ....... point of beginning., PARCEL. 10. Streets R o a -- ----- Parcel 3. A portion of Tract i I' and Alleys described
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.- as,'follows:
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I 18. Block 6' Section ,
11. Township 12 (d) Marion Streetl -

fflHJL South. Range 30 'r" ,\ North from
East as describedin unnamed street

an Instrument In Deed Book recorded .'; i North off South

19 Page 657 Public. ,, Bacher Streetto
r Records of Flagler Booe Street. .

County, Florida, -to ..'r' i { I i(e. ) Unnamed
/ getherwith a portion street or alley

.of Chapel Street" *,."t-, #1L1:. .; t North of South '

,'W ... ..JLI" and Marion a oJ.portion of- ';ya .+... ....... .. from Bacher Boo Street
Street.1"; lA ,
.: being, more particularly ; Street to Marl-
described as Street. .
o j' follows: Begin at .5. rf. ) Chapel Street
tf. the Southwest corner east from Marl

of said Tract-18. on Street.
the same point being You are hereby notified that
.\.. on the center, the above petitioner has brought
line of Chapel this cause to condemn the property I
Street as shown on above described for a public
a Subdivision of the purpose to-wit: for the construction -
said Tract 18: of low rental public
Thence Easterly a- housing units and necessary appurtenances -
long the South line pertaining thereto
of said Tract 18 and and to acquire fee simple titleto
'AtIIjLiJ the center line of said lands.
j- ( 4L/ said Chapel Street a You and each of you are hereby
distance of 110 feet commanded to be and appear
Thence North 01 Degrees In the Circuit Court for the
37 Minutes Seventh Judicial Circuit In and "
West and parallel to. for Florida, on-
Fl flerdaounl'
the West line of the May 1964 :
said Tract 18 a dis- at the office of the Clerk of said
tance of 125 feet: Circuit Court to show what
y.q ;;,w7I i { a 6L' ti e and parallel to the or any of you have In and toany >
y South line of said of the above described landsand
Tract 18 a distanceof to show cause why the
122.5 feet to the same should not be taken forthe

center line of said uses and purposes a rtd .
Marlon Street; scribed I and for other a
: Thence "South 01 Degree may be necessary or default will
% 37 Minutes be. entered against vou
Eastalong the center Also TAKE NOTICE that a
A.. line of Marion Declaration of Taking has been
''I!. Street a distance of filed by Petitioner in the offlo-
+\1 125 feet; Thence of the Clerk of this Court. In
Easterly along a this cause of the taking of the
projection of the above lands for the aforesaid
w
w South line of said purposes as set forth In the
Tract 18 a distanceof petition filed In this cause and
12.6 feet to the that this cause will be broughton
point of beginning.Parcel for, hearing: before the Honorable .
4. Lots 5 and 6. Block HOWELL W. MELTON.

-t' 69. Town of Bunnell. Judge of this Court_ or other
n a + xanS **-*** as recorded In.Plat Judge that" may be sitting In
., 1 Book 1. Page 2. Public & on the 23rd day of
'. w Records of Flagler APril: 19S9. at 11:46 o'clock A.M.
\ V County. Florida and at Chambers Flagler County
--:: T portions of Streets Courthouse. Bunnell Florida. tr

,..' and Alleys adjacent consider said Declaration of
.".. :it.. to the said Lots 5 Taking and take such other
J l and 6. being more action as the Court deems I ,'

;::::; _... ..1; '. particularly descrlb- proper as e1hl.Y: law. "
.' ed as follows: Be- ALL parties to and
.' gin at the most all parties in Interest may appear -
westerly corner of and be heard at that time' ,
: said Lot 5; thence a 1 j I
let sunset ; .., a run North 38 Degrees You are hereby required and ",.
Don't 26 MinutesEast ordered to file your answer to

.: along the South- said U In the Yr'ouci ...
: Clerk :
7 ; easterly the of the c
'f* .. Street a ldistanceoof of Flagler County. Florida.
125 feet to the center In the Courthouse. Bunnell.
dimYOUrnUtdOOIfUfl line of South before the.
-- t i Florida. on or
:;; b'',. ThencepSouth52rBe- 1st day of May. 1969. and'
(, ,. ."i(II'!"f1. '" ."..\-" serve a> copy of your said answer
)i \ J f grees 50 Minutes upon LELAND B. SHAW

r1' 1 fixtures postlights spotlights '3,*, ', Jt .' .f'; ?;,! f East along the center P O Box 296. Bunnell Florida
: ,A few well-plaqed !!, ) .. ; "*, line of said 32010. Attorney for Petitioner on-
can give you hours more fun In your yard. South Chapel Street or before such date.
,,;\ and floodlights i ... a distance of' 111.67f It Is Herebv Ordered that this
And for cookouts there's nothing better .. ... I''i fIJt "t"
: f patio garden. ( ;: feet to the centerline Notice and Order be published
: r.;. ., t of M a, r 1.0 n once a week for four consecu-
than portable flametess. electric grills.) ,, JHK, I ;v Street: Thence South tive weeks prior to said datein
; -' : \{i' : y 01 Degrees 37 Minutes \ the Flagler' Tribune a news
1: Outdoor lighting helps prevent accidents and : ,-;,:-.: (f 1 ; East along the having a general circulation -
center line of said 1 In Flagler County. Florida.
night -
for I
all a
', $ discourage prowlers too. And pennies Marion Street a dlsi HEREIN FAIL NOT as a default -
"... i 'E/ tance of 166.71 feet; will be entered against

+ Ask your electrical contractor, lighting dealer or <; ,. ; ; I. Thence North 52 Degrees you.
/ ideas. 50 Minutes WITNESS my hand as Clerk
s; :,. appliance dealer for the latest bright 1'J' j West along the center of said Court and the Seal of
\ ; line of a 10 foot said Court this 25th day of
't Eleven rate reductions since 1957! ; A alley a distance of March 1969. at Bunnell. Flag- '
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218.97 feet to the ler County. Florida. '
Jy';' The average price paid per kilowatt hour by FPL-servedV Southeasterly line of (Circuit Court Sean

;r.t. one-third less than it was in 1957. : I said Booe Street: /GEORGE M. MOODY .
': families today is Thence North 38 Degrees GEORGE M MOODY. Clerkof
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:': >' ; ) 1 5 feet to the point / / Leland" Tl ShawICELAND

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R.flIE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 3. 1969 at' the North River in-St. Aug er of Casselberry spent the up; and Bill Knight! won. over. '
-. ustine'there have been terrific' weekend at Lake George and Jack Hall 1 up. .; . .
1 f FISHING LINE' derson. N. C. Dick Mathews catches;' some topping' the' reported a good, catch, of In the first 'flight Harold
:.1: Gainesville, brought in a 50 scales better.than 85 .Jbs. Clint,. speckled perch. Fishing out of Ramsey won over j Virgil
By, Al Zamba pounder and our own little Mosler has explained: that' : Pine Cove. Fishing Resort the Smith and 1; and Sambo

Ending March 29. 1969 Greg Price, who is 12 years good catches of whiting and 'itwo caught 60 speckled. perch Tilton beat' Don Emrich .up. ,
Weak: old, brought In}. one weighing weak fish are now being taken and a bass. Finals of the' championship
>, "Those of you who fished 50 lbs: and lost another. Of the from the pier. We did not flight will be Saturday.. OPCC
:from the pier March 23 were 23-30 drum that' were broughtin make the rounds of the fish OPCC GOLF .' Ron Nicol plans'to leave Mon
on hand .when the big drum twice that amount were camps this past week so we CHAMPIONSHIPWINNERS day for Scarsdale, N.'Y. wherehe
moved in. Not all of the drum lost. The total amount broughtin have no information from. !the will spend the summer. He
hooked were landed but between on the pier that were recorded camps. In the championship fligHtat plans to return to. OPCC In .
25 and 3O were brought grossed out at 674 lbs. Ocean Palm Country Club October. ;
ortii:, .' the pier. The largest Since March 23 no report GOOD CATCH'' .' :1 Rem Murray beat George Ron's father Jim Nicol; will .
weighing In at 68 lbs. wascaught has been made of anyone Local attorney Jim :Tucker Nt" Allen by a 3 and 2; Kent Holland be in charge during. the summer

.by E. V. Allison Hen. landing any drum, although and his brother, Richard Tuck defeated Harry' Bengel 1 months: ,.. .

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