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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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;. VOL. 57 NO. 16' THURSDAY. APRIL 10. 1969 $3.50 A YEAR I

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MAYOR BURNS CITY HALL MORTGAGE

County Receives .4 ...: _...... .. t., t "w -,- "'" Third Annual


\ Bids For RoadEquipment Car Blessing


; Apr. 13 At Korona ,

ft The Board of County Commissioners .E
'" held their regular ,H The Third Annual Blessing I

monthly meeting Monday of Automobiles will be held at

morning. They opened bids St. :Mary's Church at Korona I

for the purchase of a front cri'G Sunday April 13. Motoristsare
end loader and a bulldozer. invited to have their cars

Bids for front end loader blessed at the special sere

,.\P were as follows: Forestry BUILDING ice.Mass .

<'. Equipment Company 18172. will be celebrated at :
."" 20; Ring Power Company $21- ;; p 11.30 a. m. in front of the

!o:'" 488.00; and State' Tractor and r picturesque St. Christopher .
Equipment Cofpany 21239. :' Shrine. The Rev. Father An. ,

00. A ?0jt, f4A tonio Leon will officiate at

;1." Bids for bulldozer were as A the outdoor service. The Rev.

follows: State Tractor Company Father Thomas Byrnes will .

)t $36,825.25 less a cash dis deliver the sermon.
count of $3,682.25 or 36825. The blessing of automobileswill

25 less trade in allowance of follow the recitation of

$3,382.25; and Ring Power prayers' of the ritual for trav

$38,953.00 less elers.
Company $
--..-.- Ladies of the parish will
$6000 trade in allowance or "
\' Yhotoe 1' by Theo C. .Heln
$37,000.00 with, no ,trade.It Flagler Beach Mayor Herbert Fuller; second front right burns the. City Hall ..mortgage serve lunch at noon which
will be followed by the annu-
was decided to take the after final payment on the note of $5,152.57.
Including' interest was made last week.The build. al Spring Festival in the
J bids under consideration for ing was completed in 1965 at a cost of. $25,000., Looking on are city commissioners 1 to,r,, Rufus church hall. Drawing for the
and notification would
study Miller George Wickline and Keene Gurnee.
i War Bonds will be held dur-
be made at a later daite of decisions '"

of the board .on pur School l Board In home economics and industrial ing the afternoon. Mrs. .:
Charles Kranski Is chairmanof
chases. arts and principal and
.. sec Commission the annual ,event.
Dr. J. S. Brooks director of retary. 1

Flagler County Health Depart. Economy 'MoveAt y Craig Gehlert, a Daytona Elects Pellicer Everyone is invited.:

ment resigned in order to go architect, was present to advise -

Into, private; practice. In his MeetingThe the board on the possibility Bunnell

letter of :resignation he suggested School Board faced the of,moving the classrooms: Mayor HELP FIGHT CANCER-

that the Board provide loss of state funds and the from Carver to'' Bunnell. He Hubert Pellicer was ,elected GIVE TO, THE FLAGLER 2
funds for an ''additional nurseto said it could be done at about -
continual threat of loss of fed Mayor at a reorganization
serve'the county. No action eral school funds by taking thirty percent of the, cost of meeting the 'Bunnell City COUNTY CANCER .-
was taken on a replacementfor new construction. He said the DRIVE
several
steps to provide a Commission Monday night.
Dr. Brooks.A r consideration APRIL 16 17 18
more 'economically operated moving Shelton Barber was elected ,- -
motion was made and for are in very
school next term. Vice Mayor. 'The Mayor and
passed to close some 'Of the By unanimous .action of the good condition. *: Vice Mayor are elected by the '
streets ,in Colony Park 'as requested four members present at the It was pointed out that this five man commission. CONGRESSMAN ,

by,: T. E. Holden., *: regular meeting Tuesday it total consolidation would be a Three new commissioners CHAPPELL OPENS

The Board requested theE was decided to transfer the savings $60,000 in present Gary Holland. Earl Rice 'and '
'
Clerk to 'contact the -State : salaries, practically all;,.of, ; 'NEWOFFICESCongressman 'J' '
J-" -- Flagler children: ,to
.. Road Department to determ. Bunnell-next'Bead* which-Js froZoca1;taxes:"" Edward Zeller. were" ,sworn-in...'....1 _.- ,_" ,_ _: ..,_ __, \0_'<* _.,-
year It was reported by:.Mrs. Barbara G: McCabe, Bill Chappell -
ine who had been"awarded that the enrollmenthad City Clerk. ,
STATE"DELEGATES opened' two offices In the 4th
BOYS
the contract for resurfacingDeen dropped this year to the Mayor Pellicer appointedthe Congressional District during.
Road in Bunnejl and 80s in the -first i I,
six grades, '
following: Holland; finance the Easter,recess of Congress.
streets in Flagler Beach. Clerk which made a cost of about
SELECTEDThe recreation 258
; Zeller ;; .An office in Ocala at
George Moody'reported that $30,000 of local tax money to American Legon Boys Barber, streets;. and Rice, Federal/ Building opened Wednesday -;

the contract had been award. support ,the six teacher State representatives, have water. April 9th.
!
ed to Macasphalt Corporation.Bids school.It been selected by the"Bunnell The new commission votedto Beach 'office
The Daytona
were let in February* was determined that there school faculty to attend the rehire all city employeesand will open at 523 North Halifax

were sufficient students for 1969 session at Tallahassee.MICHAEL retain Citizens Bank of Avenue on Friday, April llth
only three teacher units plus Bunnell as depository.Chamber .'
with an open house from 4:00: ,
County Board the fact that separate school
to 6:00: p. m., and Saturday
lunch programs janitorial services April 12th. from 9:00 to 11:00a.

Offers Airport utilities and other services Holds m. The Daytona office is

made the small programtoo 'r designated, to specifically

Site VA HospitalThe costly to ask the taxpayers Breakfast AtFlagler serve' those in Duval St.

to continue to support it. Johns Flagler. Volusia Bre-

'. Flagler Board'of Coun' It was noted that the State Beach vard, and Seminole Counties

:.;7 ty Commissioners agreed to Department of Education surveys he said.' '

offer a one hundred acre site have been recommendingthat The Directors of 'the Flagler Chappell said the public Is
at the Bunnell Airport as' the Flagler Beach Schoolbe
;, possible Chamber of Commerce held a invited and encouraged to
> building site for the pro. consolidated with Bunnell. breakfast meeting at Flagler participate in the opening of

',, posed Central Florida Veterans It was understood that Beach Thursday morning and the offices. ,Many other public

'I I t. Hospital. when the pupil populationdoes Invited all Flagler Beach bus officials will also be in attendance
Commissioner Wickline Increase to makeit
so as
iness people to Join them. he said.
: brought the matter to the attention educationally and economically
I conductedby "I am anxious to meet with
,; of the Board stating feasible, the Board will The meeting was
s 1 L. E. Wadsworthwho everyone who will stop by
a President
I c'\ ;: that the Chamber of Commerce give consideration to reopening the efforts either office" he said. Theseare

,('.;,..: had agreed to look into the school. BARBER pointed out making to service offices for the con-
- the Chamber' was
the matter. Commissioner The Board also, adopted a
,. Selected to attend are Bruce the entire county. venience of everyone and I
"p serve
Alfred Tucker moved and resolution requesting the State
Kendall, son of Mrs. George togrow" would like everyone to come
f Commissioner Wickline seconded Legislature to hold a. public "Flagler Beach is going "
and
Kendall Haw Creek
by. .
a motion to have County hearing on a proposal to authorize of Wadsworth said. "We offices
Mr. the
Michael Barber son Chappell emphasized
i Clerk ,George M. Moody the School Board to are going to grow in spite of
and Mrs. Shelton Barber, Bun. are intended to provide
"
contact appropriate author!. borrow up to $250,000 to, be 'what we do, "However". -
students citizens
nell. Both are at central locations where
of used to the usable class Wadsworth added, "We would
r ties to make a proposition move
School and
Bunnell High are with problems concerning
the airport site. rooms from ,Carver School to like to have the Chamber give
the class. receive .
members of Junior Congress can guidance
The special meeting had the Bunnell School campus. some direction over the future and assistance and i

been called Friday afternoonto This would enable the development of the county". where they can more easily .i.

meet. with officials of aviation Board to continue plans to Mayor Herbert Fuller expressed bring their suggestions direct.

concern that has proposed close Carver School (Bunnell ,a welcome to the ly to their Congressman."At .
a lease arrangement' of a Elementary School No. 2)) and Chamber. for their interest In every opportunity I planto

portion of the Bunnell Airportfor house the entire school systemat Flagler Beach. He expressed be in the offices myself,"

commercial aviation purThe one plant sIte This also, disappointment that, more of Chappell said "but in addition .

poses. would meet the requirementsof the business people had not,, I. will be meeting with j
meeting was postponeduntil Health, Education and Wel. amended.
the people of the District at
a later date because of fare Department Washing Mayor Fuller quoted an old public meeting places in

the absence of CommissionerLouis ton in achieving total integration saying. "The Lord helps those every county when such meetings :
who has been in 'as has been requiredby
Steflik who help themselves, and I 'can be scheduled."
charge of airport negotiationsfor the federal government.The offer my full cooperation to

,the Board.,Steflik was re. School Board has been the efforts of the Chamber of

ported to be hospitalized and given until the 1969.70 termto Commerce in promoting this TIDE TABLETides

unable to attend the meeting. meet federal requirements. area." For April 10.16
The HEW Department has rejected LOW
Commissioner George Wick HIGH
COUNTY COMMISSIONER the present plan of line outlined the efforts being Day A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
high school consolidation and
be. BRUCE KENDALL made to procure the strip of 10 2:36: 3:06 9:00: 9:12
freedom of choice
as now
STEFLIK IN HOSPITAL ,Alternate delegates are. land lying between A1A Highway 11 3:42: '4:18 10:06: 10:24:
ing used in Flagler County.
George Revels and Jack Baker. and the Ocean. He also 12 4:48: 5:18 11:00: 11:24:
This to
action the Board
Commissioner Louis of
County The Boy Staters are sponsored said that the Board of County 13 5:42f: 6:12: 11:48: 11:59:
Halifax consolidate Carver' with' Bun
at
Steflik is a patient by American Legion Commissioners Is making pro- 14 6:36: 7:00: 12:12: 12:30
He nell- will the
Beach. eliminate from :
I
Hospital. Daytona Post 115 to attend the session gress on development at the 15' 7:18: 7:42 1:00: 1:12
underwent knee surgery last payroll a number of service 1:54 ',of
612. airport. 16 8:00: 8:24 1:18: :
week. 1 teachers such as' librarian, July Y


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iiJfJr Zflngltr OTrUmnr THURS.. APRIL 10. 1969 2-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE
: entered aa second class matter
INCORPORATED: February 6, 1913 at the post- ----
DUNNELL FLORIDA, office at Bunnell. Florida under
:Act of March 3. 1 a 76. B ;
JOHN A. CLKOO -. C 1I a I C \ Lean Western "Boslon tlft'
Editor and Publisher 10. Per C..7

BETTK 8..McDANIKt. O.e Year ". Osew.IN0.
News l|Mltor Six Moatha ,..._.>,2.wOe.lpated Pork Steaks

newspaper. for all Ontalde P'1..le. Cnnty
.
LeK.I Ad.ertl.lns. HAO Per Year

EDITORIAL lb. 53 .

TWO CASES OF APATHYLast

week we attended a breakfast meeting of the Flagler
Chamber of Commerce at Flagler Beach. About sixty businessmen
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK .
and city officials had been Invited, to attend. The purposeof
the meeting was to find out how the.. Chamber could better
serve the Flagler Beach area ROAST lb. 58''
Although eight members of the Chamber Board !took timeto
attend there were only seven Flagler Beach officials and bus.
inessmen In attendance. Some time ago we had a similar: meet

ing In Bunnell and only seven businessmen attended.The Choice .Juicy
first Impression might: be that business Is so good that
we do not need any help. But If you listen to the 'talk you will
immediately conditions.know that they badly need help in Improving business ALL MEAT STEW Ib.Lean 6Slb.

What reasons do they give /then? First, they have Joinedthe
Chamber of Commerce before and it never did anything Western "CENTER CUT"
except collect dues and fold up. ,
The Flagler Chamber of Commerce is headed by the most
successful and Influential businessmen In the county. Most of PORK CHOPS 68<
them have no personal gains In mind. It is largely a matter of
public service. But even' they can. get tired and give up If they .
do not get support.
Another reason for nonsupport or the Chamber Is !they do -
not like the officers. But this is not a "love-feast". It is a question Streak O'Lean Lyke's "Sugar Creek"
of using the best business talent available to serve us.
Could anyone question for a moment that we'would not have WHITE BACON FRANKS

received the district forestry headquarters If our Chamber president lb. 12 ,oz. $rg 19
3
had not had influence In state forestry circles? 4 43e Pkgs. ,
Did you know that our: Chamber president has arranged and 4 (Each 43c)
attended meetings in Allentown and New York between such

men as presidents of Lehigh Portland Cement Co., Florida Power Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (214-2( .) Ib. Avg.; LIMIT 2 PLEASE
and Light and Rayonier Inc. In his efforts to bring develop
ment to Flagler County? The Chamber has never paid him one .
penny for his time or expenses.Do -
they realize that: our Chamber president is on the boardof 13 Whole Ib. 28
Directors of Marco Polo Park? He had used his influence to,
assist Marco Polo in obtaining satisfactory arrangements in
Flagler County to practically assure a great economic benefitfor .
all businessmen in' the county.
Do they' realize that: some 12,000 color brochures ,mainlyto
the benefit of Flagler Beach,''were distributed last year? They FRESH GROUND BEEF 4 Ibs. $188Ga.
went-to welcome stations and tourist attractions over the state. LEAN
The past weekend was booming at Flagler Beach and the Cham
'
ber brought a goodly part of it.
Do you realize that the Chamber secretary answered hun Red No. 303 Can
dreds of letters last year largely from people who want to buyor For
visit in Flagler County principally Flagler Beach? TOMATOES 3 490 MARTHA ,WHITE .(Plain or S.. R.)

Do they realize that traffic has picked up on U. S. 1? And
Breast O'CHICKEN GVz oz. Can
this is partly due to the large signs the Chamber placed on, FLOUR
195.Do CHUNK 'TUNA 3 For 8ge .
they realize that there are several "hot" prospects for 5 Ib
development of the airport? And the Chamber president has Lyke's .. 4 oz. Can Bag 390
been active in the background working with and encouragingthese Vienna For
outfits. SAUSAGE 4 890 Limit with $5.00 or more food order

Another reason' for: non-support of the Chamber is "We 49 oz. BottleWESSON
can't afford the $10 or $20 a year dues. Our answer is that we
cannot afford not to support the Chamber and reap the benefitsof ,OIL Each 89C KRAFTORANGE
what the Chamber is doing and can do.
This writer feels confident that the Chamber brought him Northern Reg. Roll
enough extra business just this past weekend alone to pay his TOILET For
TISSUE
dues for several years. 4 390 JUICE

Great things are ahead for the Flagler business community.We .
need the support of a strong Chamber, of Commerce to keep Quart .
things moving our way. MAXWELL, HOUSE Bottle"INSTANT

John A. Clegg
COFFEE. _

ing 17 major cities in the '''FOODS
10 FROZE
west and southwest. Twenty oz. 9"ge -
Too Late additional cities are schedul. Jar Frosty AcresLEMONADE
ed for the service In the near
I To Classify I future.The company concentrateson Limit 1 with $5.00,or more food order G Can oz. lOc


By Russell Kay the delivery of third-class Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 oz. Size
commonly called "junk mall", '
With postal rates steadily which It handles at one cent FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE Each
mounting while mall service less than /the U. S. Postal Service 690
gets worse it Is no wonder the charges. U. S. No. 1POTATOES
public is beginning to wonderif Postal regulations do not .
there Isn't something radically permit the use of home mailboxes 10 & 490
wrong with the syst em. used by home owners F A B
It has been proposed that for regular mall, although Calif. SunkistLEMONS
cally wrong with the system.a these boxes are the propertyof
private organization and home-owners. To get Doz. 4ge Giant
taken out of the hands of the around this unconstitutional Size 47
bureaucrats and politicians. .. ruling the independent service I Ib. Cello Bag ,
P.ecently President Nixon places Its mail In water. .
suggested that postmasters proof plastic bags which are CARROTS Each 100 Limit 1 with $5.00 or
food
more order
should be employed on the hung on doornobs. ,
J ability of experience and ability The post office departmenthas
rather than given out as long contended that .the
political plums by politicians. handling of this "Junk mail"
What might happen if the Is one of the reasons for the
entire postal system were operated huge postal deficit in consequence ,'{.
as a free-enterprise they have raised the
corporation is shown by the first-class and air mall rates
remarkable results obtainedin and now want another raisein '
less than a year of opera. rates. ti''] : ] ; 1 -
tion by the Independent: Post. The Independent Service III! t It
al System of America that that started In Oklahoma
now contracts to handle certain City with 30 carriers now employ
types of mall in certain 1,500 carriers and does
areas. $50,000 worth of business in
Oklahoma alone. Cities
The enterprise was started and areas outside City of Oklahoma OPEN_SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
by Thomas M. Murry in Oklahoma '
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City and now serves are handled on a fran- 8:00IOO.p.m.. U.S. No. 1 BU N N ELL

customers in 10 states serv (Continued on page 3)) Quantity Rights Reserved j Prices !Good April 10, ,ill, 12, 13 and 14. 1969w ".'


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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 10 1969


CLASSIFIED gmpxl.NYr n n J3b and they ended up with a.

good catch of drum, bass and

trout. John Holtzhouse broughthis

son along, and they had
ADVERTISINGiI
'... 8 bass and 1 sheepshead to
their credit. Mr. I. Goodfriend

and Sam Goodfriend lax,

-,. ,. landed 1 four lb. drum and an

TROPIC GARDENSLet I. T Vr 'tdb assortment of pan fish.

Jerry Shows, the owner told
us help beautify Flagler
,
us about one fisherman who
County.. Large variety of ever-
was fishing on the barge
greens, palms, hedge plants. which recently had the rail-
5% miles S of Bunnell on
Ings removed, became so excited -
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc
when he landed a big

bass instead of letting the
SEPTIC TANK: drain
cleaning
;
fish run, he ran right off the
fields
Installed
Rota Roter
: -
side of the barge.
snail shell. Reasonable prices.

Call George Jarosz 437-3410 FISHING LINEBy Devil's Elbow Fish Camp

8-1-tf
Al Zambct Well even Truman Eatmanis

HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bed- Week Ending April 5, 1969 smiling now that the fishing :I

rooms-CBS house with car- has improved. He had one .,

port, utility room and fenced With the warm weather party out that came back

yard. Corner lot, aJttractively finally making Its appear. with 118 fish, 63 of them trout.

landscaped. Reasonable. Call nee, and the fishing startingto Besides good catches of trout,

4373138. 3.13,20,27, 434tc.. Photo By Ted He In Improve, Washlngon Oaks bass and drum are being tak-

LUCKY ANGLER-Emmett O.: Allison, Hendersonville, N. C. State Park, opens the spring
SINGER zigzag .1968 model season with a Fishing Rodeo. en.Sterling Andrews, who livesat
this 68 drum while fishing off the Flagler Beach
used less than three caught pound This will be held on Saturday, the Inlet had 3 good size

months. .guarantee. .Makes Municipal Pier recently. April 19 from 8:00: a. m. till drum to his credit. Sterling

buttonholes, fancy stitches, 4:00 p. m. The lucky one who told us that he is planning to
Deland-PIerson be
dams, monograms, sews on FREE OVERSEAS area will catches the largest fish in do a lot of fishing this year,

buttons without attachments.Pay CALLS TOSERVICEMEN. given away. Each call will length on this day will wina and is doing some work on
time limit of six min-
balance of $44 or 6 payments have a free Sunshine Ticket and his boat which he turned-over

at $8 a month. For more Free overseas calls to service utes. wishing to participate Auto Entrance pass to any a year ago to let the bottom
Anyone
information, call 734-0018 or Mother's Florida State Park. This pass dry.
men or women on in the drawing Is askedto
write Service Sewing CenterP. will be good for one year. The
Day May 11, will be awardedin
with the
O. Box 393, Deland, Florida a drawing sponsored by the send a postcard rules are that the fish must Jack Gemma's Fish Camp !
rank serial
number
32720. 'March 13, TFC Communications Workers of address name, and, location of the be caught 'in the park} area, Jack reports that the troutare

Retired in excellent America, Local 3102, Daytona. relative to be called, as wellas and with Washington Oaks 'running good, and large
man boundaries extending to the
Beach. catches are being taken from
the senders address and
health wishes to do yard The drawing will be at 11a. telephone number to: Mother's Atlantic ocean. This should the bridge at Crescent Beach.
work in Flagler Beach or Bun. give some one a better than
.
m. April 29. Two calls from
Calls CWA Local 3102.
nell, part or full time. Has Day average chance. For those of
the Daytona Beach area, one VETERINARY
P. O. Box 1632, Daytona Beach.
own power mower. Call Jeff from the New Smyrna Beach you Who have' never 'been to

Davis, 4392490. area, one from Bunnell-Flag- the park, you are In for a SCHOOL
March 27-Apr. 10-3tc. CHARITABLE treat.:
ler area and one from the PROPOSED .

CONTRIBUTIONS Gil Becker, park superintendent
I'M LOOKING FOR A PAR-' DEDUCTIBLE I., mentioned that the Legislative proposals tq establish

TICULAR TYPE MAN O. F.. ALFORD Gifts to approved''''charities flowers are in ''bloom, and a school of veterinary
One who will take active
an ''a Registered may be deducted on 1968 Fed- many new trails thru the gar medicine at the University of
Interest in buslness-
my dens and around the ponds Florida, Gainesville, and to
eral income tax returns by
'
'
regional 'manager. He should Real Estate Broker who list deductions. have been opened. build and staff a horse research -
persons
be well known in his community .
married between the In addition to cash, gifts of U you have youngsters .center in Marlon County -

of.30-55, and'a, resident for BunnelL Florida new or 'used clothing, furni bring them along. 'The park are up for action .in the

at age least 5 years. His earningswill t ture or other property can be has a well equipped play area Legislature this spring Commissioner -

be approximately $1000 deducted, explained Mr. A. J. with slides, swings and other of Agriculture Doyle

to $1400 per month dependingupon 3 Gallons Latex $5.75Free O'Donnell, Jr., !'district director apparatus to work off their Conner reported today.

Cblce of TO Color. of Internal Revenue of energy, and not to over look The Veterinary school, carrying .
his ability. Send'resumeto
North Atlantic Corp., P. 'O. Interior or Exterior Florida. For these Items, the the massive picnic area with a price tag of $659,133.

Florida YEOMANSPAINT amount to deduct is the fair shelters arid grills. has lost its building priorityat
Box 20334, Orlando, ,
328O4. Apr. 3, 10, 2tc. FACTORY market value, he said.A The park has its own groves, the university, but there ,

1826 NOVA ROAD new IRS publication, "Val- so you can buy fresh orangesor still,Is'consIderable-'sentiment
FOR 'SALE _;;= Smith 'Corona orn1e Phen > arhHASTINGS -' -6.30. uation of *Dontet ed*Property.; "*' grapefruit. .*... .' in'favor'of-the proposal, Conner .

adding machine; Remington,;I .- .- _. explains the.,rules and meth- ..J( said.

portable typewriter; Reming, ods for d term1 lng'fair mar Flagler Beach Pier The Florida Agricultural

ton standard typewriter; 2 MATTRESS 'ket value. The booklet Publication Clint Mosler, had a smile on Advisory Council has endorsed

non-electric car coolers; English & UPHOLSTRY WORKS 561, discussed problemsand his face, when we went in'to building the equine research
racing bicycle; scuba dIv- pitfalls 'in making the laboratory in northern Marion
710-12 Lemon St. talk to him so we knew the
ing equipment; movie camera Palatka Florida valuation, particularly.for the fishing had Improved. Some' County near enough to the,

with telephoto lens; pup-tent;; more common types'of donated drum were back in this past university to 'be the nucleusof
Phone EA 5-9166
The is
booklet
Call 439- property.
folding cot..
canvas week, but somewhat smallerin a vet school. The equinelab
Furniture TJpholtering available free of charge. Just
10 Itc
2290 Apr. ,
size, most topping the carries a price tag of $35O-
& Refinished a card to the IRS
Repaired drop post
"' scales around 20.25 lbs. Good 000 to ,build and staff.
Gold Colored' Nylon,, Carpetsand district office at 400 West Bay
Mattresses & Box Springs
catches of whiting being tak- Conner said Florida has a
Pads sizes 14' 3" by 12' Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Made to Order, Also RenovatedCall
en, along with a few weak- current shortage of about 800
6"-8' 4" by 7' 8"-2' 6" by 32202.
Laura Morris 437-3233 fish. And those who like fish- trained veterinarians. Florida .
15'. All in good condition. Taxpayers who claim charitable
.
$45.00. Tel. 439.2385 1tc. After 6:00 P. M. contributions should be Ing for blues, they have mov- must rely on other states to

PRICES REASONABLE sure to keep'the records need- ed in, in large numbers. train veterinarians, and Au

Used doors-with or without BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED ed to' substantiate the gifts, Sing's Fishing Resort burn University will admit

glass-28", 30", 32", 36" Just as near as your Mr. O'Donnell said. only 25 Florida students to its

widths, $1.50 up. Windows 50c Phone or Post Office Deduction should be sup Coming from Daytona, was vet school per year. He is seek-

up. Jerry's Furniture, Old DIx- Drop Us a Card or Call ported by cancelled checks, receipts Dr. Conner and Tom .Lewis Ing' to increase that quota.
ie Hwy., 2 ml S. Korona. Ph. and other evidence
Free Pick-up & Delivery ,
4373752. Itc. showing the amount of the

gift, date made and the organ

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE ization involved :Mr. O'Donnell ON TIMECERTIFICATES
said. rre. I .
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OF SALE 50 10

Notice Is hereby Klven that the Flagler County School Board (Continued from page 2))
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blda Friday April t m.
will accept on County.Courthouce
at the School Board Ortlce In the Flagler for chlse basis and have provena .
VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3X300 90 DAYS
the sale of textbook lots listed below. -
These books have been classified as un-usable by the State money making propositionfor COUNTY
Department of Education, and are being: offered for sale In those able to secure and NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
with State e. Books will not be sold as
compliance handle them. Although the
single copies, but In described Jots only. BANK
new service Is less than a year Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada
Publisher Title Level No. ot Books old it already shows a profitof
Ormond Beach Florida
4"
}{arper Around the Corner p over one million dollars

Addison Elementary e a School Math\ :4 14Steck and its Income Is. steadily In-

Story of Florida I 6 10 19 creasing. Independent carriersor IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1lllnh,
Scott You and Other8 blue-
neat
Gregg Shorthand 1\.lan.\ Simp. 10 1 postmen wear
Gregg Bennett Young nfomemaklng' 7 2 green uniforms with gold

Heath McGraw Teen Jr. English Guide In Action No. 1 2 13 edged shoulder emblems and BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS

Heath Jr. English In Action No. 2 9 f cover contract routes. from, 200 I
Heath English in Action
:Harcourt Adv for Readers r 7 25 vans. 1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657
,23 '
8 :! 'new
Harcourt Adv. for Headers Clients of the concern

Harcourt Adv. In ADprectation Reading 18., '. "J4:; 6 12Harcourt I include such national .firms as BUNNELL, FLORIDA

Harcourt Adv.Adv. In in American Lit. .11 '. .,'. 1.T3" Sears-Roebuck ''Montgomery
Adv. In English 12 3 FREE ESTIMATESBAR.
Harcourt Word Studies 9-1l 14'Addison Ward and. many other large

South Basle Modern Math 11'*'..... .. 8Allyn 1 mailers of third class mail. A FIXTURES -.:- BUILT-IN KITCHENS
Arithmetic
Refresher
Mod. Algebra: Rtrn &; l'leth 10 t' \ 19 limited amount of second- BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER TATIONS
Houghton Houghton Mod. Algebra. Trig: Stru &; 10leth 12 ?,' -, ,10 class mail is also handled in
Scientists. at Work 7 -. 7 and LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERSOffice
Singer Scientists Solve Frob. 8 :" /l.} 9 the form of magazines ,
SinKer W. Modern Chemistry .g '" i periodicals, and some fourth- Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
ngUll: : W: Modern Physical Science material.The .
class parcel post
Our Environment; It.s ReI.. 7 20( BRF.AKFAST: BARS
BATHROOM VANITIES
Allyn Allyn Our Environment; How We. 8 25 $7 billion, 716OOO-man -

World Adapt History Study Lessone 10 b'fllian U. S. Post Office has given the Laminated i Plastic Upholstery Fronts

HH American Ilietory Study Leeeone 11 3 new organization little more FINE HARDWOODSMost
.....,.!\ Civlce for American 9 3 consideration than a dog

Bids shall be sealed and marked: "Did for Textbook,. might give a single flea, butIt orders filled within 15 working days- Now Serving ,
'
,.. "Myrtle C. Rice .' is growing so fast and do- e all areas In 75 mile rad. of Bunnell. -
;.
.Chalrman .. ..:- Ing such a bang up job as a
ATTEST: Flakier SchoolSuperintendent : CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928
County
; : : business that
: : of-Schools Board. .. profit making PLANNING ARRANGED 1
e.f EVENING
rOo .
v l,' y. ., 'i. postal officials are starting.torub
April 3, 10. 3to., ,"
and
, March 271 ', their chins wonder?
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4-TIlE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 10. 1969


_. i MR. AND MRS. DARRELL BRITT WOMEN'S MEETING CLUB


: 1 1Ii More than seventy attended
: the Volusia-Flagler County
Federation of Women's Club
__ luncheon-meeting Wednesdayat k

Flagler Beach. The business
meeting was conducted in ,the _
Flagler Beach Methodist
Church Fellowship. Hall.
i
:Mrs. Ear Springer past /
president presented Mrs. Paul ;
Rice of the Mental Health Association d.
a $450 check from bgr
I the federation. __
t---
} "Sound of Music" was the ?
theme for the program presented -_
during the luncheon at
the Woman's Club building.
Highlighting the programwas

a piano duet by Mrs. Platt J_____________m__ ___
Brown and Mrs. Kupecz both
Mrs. Charles Kranski chairman of the 13th Annual Blessing
of Orange City. Other enter
tainment was provided by a of Automobiles is busy making preparations for the event

vocal group composed of Mrs.B. scheduled Sunday at Korona. Numerous evergreens and flowersare I

Clay Mrs. J. Davis Mrs. E. placed on .the St. Christopher Shrine at St. Mary's' Church

Miss Jo Anne Wilson. Flagler ;Beach and Mr. Darrell Britt, Schmidt, Mrs.' M. Hall and which Is used as a background for the Impressive ceremony.
Mrs. M. Hirst accompanied by
Bunnell were married Friday :March 28 at the Flagler Beach r
Mrs.
R. Hirst.PIONEER .
United Methodist Church. The Reverend Reynold Hoover performed QUARTET ENTERTAINS NEW JERSEY GUESTS

the double ring ceremony In the presence of the immediate RESIDENT Visiting at Milton Motel
CITIZENS CLUB
families. SENIOR with Tony and Mildred Kah-
The bride is ,the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson CELEBRATES 86th Entertainment at the April lert are Mr. and Mrs. Harry

Flagler Beach. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs.'Joe Arnold BIRTHDAY 1 meeting of the Flagler Senior Meyers" of Hasbrouch Heights,
Bunnell. Mrs. Rosa, Durrance one of Citizens Club was provided N. J.
The couple will make their home at Sixth Ave., ,Flagler Beach.AUSTRALIAN celebrated her 86th Baptist Church of Flagler EASTER HOUSEGUESTS,
birthday Sunday March 30 at Beach. The quartet, composedof Houseguests of Mr.and,Mrs.
family party at the home of Mrs. Mildred Davis Mrs. the
VISITORS :.AT VON BULOW RANCH Georeg Moody during
I' her daughter ,Mrs. Elsie Moran Grace Clay Mrs. Betty Hall Easter weekend were Sgt.

Bunnell.. and Mrs. Betty Green accompanied Gary Watson Ft., Bliss Texas;
r More than,thirty-five, including at the piano by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Patterson
,six of the honorees nine Anita Hurst sang a numberof Mrs. Lee Watson and
children. 10 grandchildren and selections. Latter in the eve Miss Darlyn Anne Stacy all
12 great-grandchildren, at. ning Mrs. Davis gave a demonstration of Cincinnati Ohio.F. .
tended the gala affair. of painting on cloth

Among those attending were< known as liquid embroidery.There B. LIONS
ti w Mrs. Bessie Rooks, Fort Mey were 54 members and AUXILIARYORGANIZED
ers; Guy Durrance New'Smy* guests present for the 6:00: p.
rna; Mrs. Frances Yelvington, m. carry-in dinner and pro. ,
Cocoa Beach; Mrs. Phynis gram that followed accordingto Officers for the newly or.
Dawson' New Jersey; George Walter Creal, publicity ganized Flagler Beach Lions
Durrance Hiram Durrance chairman. Club Auxiliary were electedat
Mrs. Moran Mrs.Pearl,Woods, The Club's! next ,meeting their first meeting Tuesday
I Mrs. Ethel Durrance and Bill April 15, will be a 1 luncheon night in the Lions Club roomsat
Harris all of Bunnell. meeting starting at 1:00 p. m. (the Milland Hotel.

Those attending are asked ,to 1969.70 officers elected were:
GARDEN CLUBBERS bring 'a covered dish and Mrs. Evie Costello president;
REELECT MRS. table service. The Club furnishes Mrs. Mary Gurxiee vice president
COLE PRESIDENT coffee. The clubroom is ; Mrs. Dottie Wendlandt.
in the community room at the acting secretary treasurer;
Mrs. Freda Cole. was reelected Flagler Beach Municipal. Mrs. Marie Hurl tailtwister;
Professor and Mrs. James L. Williams of Sydney Australia, president fof the Flagler Building. and Mrs. Vivian Hanna publicity
left are ,visiting at Von Bulow Ranch with Mrs. Nicholas,,Leijs-: Beach Gardei?;pVub' at fL meet 'chairman.' -- i
sen, center,"and Mr. and'Mrs. Bill Lenssen.' ing Wednesday' afternoon ,at EASTER VISITORS The club will meet ,on the
Professor Williams Director of Mathematical Studies, University the Flagler Beach MunicipalHall. second and fourth Tuesdaysof
of Sydney Ison six months sabbatical leave Other officers elected to Visitors at the J. D. Perry- each month at 7:30 p. m.
serve the ensuing year were: man home Easter
under a Carnegie Grant to study the effect of the new math Mrs. Edna Farnsworth first Sundaywere
Mrs. Bonnie Perryman VISITS 'PARENTS
being taught in secondary institutions throughout the United vice president; Mrs. Mae Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Alexan,
States. He is also the author of a series of math text books Swing second,'vice president; der Mrs. Vera Stewart and Griff Mrv and and Mrs. Clifford Mc-

which are being used in Australia New Zealand South Africa' Mrs. Lila .Janslc, recording daughter Lisa Mrs. C. E. spent the Easter daughter Cheryl,
at
holidays
Hong Kong and Indonesia. secretary; Mrs, Gilbert Frank Hobbs and daughter Bonnie Bonifay where
they visited his
The Williams were most impressed with Intracoastal' corresponding secretary; and and Miss Frances Perryman.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Waterway' at Flagler Beach. They said "we have nothing like Mrs. Frank Schwenk. treasurer. McGriff Sr.

that in Australia". They also said "Flagler Countains ,are ,', and Mrs. W. G. Lassiter
very friendly". Artistic edible. flower ar left Monday' to return to their VISITS IN JAX
rangements created by Mrs. home at Augusta Ga. after
MAS. TILTON Susan ,Spivey .were shown to spending the Easter weekendin Mrs. J. B. Pelllcer spent the
FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT the group. The ,club members Bunnell with their son in weekend in Jacksonville with
ENTERTAINSPINETTES also enjoyed, a plant ex law and daughter Mr. and her brother and sister in law'
Former Bunnell residentsJoe Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Bennett
change.
Mrs. L. E.
Wadsworth III and
Mrs. S. J. Tillton Jr. served and ,Betty White and Hostesses were Mrs. Alice son Lew. and family.
Italian cuisine to, Pinette children of Holly Hill S. C. Clark and Mrs'Spivey. Twelve Mrs. Pelllcer's sister Mrs.

members when they met Wed spent the Easter weekend in members and. one guest at. Spending the Easter holiday Louella Jernigam, accompanied -
nesday evening at her home Bunnell with Mr. and Mrs. tended. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. her home and will visit at
for their monthly dinner. Joe Brock. O. F. Alford were Mr. and'Mrs. St. Johns Park several days

meeting., FORMER RESIDENTIN Don Alford and sons of Jack before returning to her homeat
A secret pal gift exchangewas VFW AUXILIARY HOSPITAL sonville and Mr. and Mrs. J'acksonville.HOME .

enjoyed by (Ithe members. PLANS BAKE SALE Johnnie Stanlsh former Danny. Alford and son of St.
Attending were Mrs. Cliff Augustine. FORHOLIDAYS
Bunnell resident
now living
Sheffield Mrs. Walton Kinney Plans for a bake sale were in Sanford, is a surgical pa Grant Holland. Athens Ga.
Mrs. Edward Hawkins Mrs. completed by VFW Auxiliary tient at Holiday Hospital Or.' VISIT IN GEORGIAMrs. and Zachary Holland. Univer-
Charles Cowart Mrs. Sammy members when they met Mon. lando.'' sity of Florida. Gainesville
Bertha Mrs. Tommy Bertha day night at' the post home. Z. G. Holland, Jr. and spent the weekend In Bunnell
Mrs. H. V. Peavy, and Mrs. The sale is slated May 10 at Mrs. H. T. Cook spent several visiting their parents, Mr. and
Don El Wilkinson 9:00: a. m.,in front of the Bun' days in Georgia last week Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr.
nell Post Office. Proceeds from COME TO BUNNELL TO completing genealogical research Also visiting at the Holland
BEACH HOUSEGUEST the event will benefit the vet- for the Carter family5. home were Miss Jan McCol-

Louie and Louise Manos erans projects sponsored by SHOP lum. Commerce, Ga. and Miss

have as their houseguest her /the club. Drop Your Laundry Off EASTER HOUSEGUESTSEaster Becky Colquitt, Lexington, Ga.
niece, Mrs. Boyd Coarsey of Tentative plans were made weekend houseguestsat
Keystone Heights. for a rummage sale to be held Before; Pick-up Later !the home of Mr. and Mrs. CARD OF THANKS
in May in BunnelL Duane Deen Bunnell. With deepest gratitude we
VISITING GRANDPARENTSMiss Mrs. Jennie Green, president Lester Deen. and June Deen were of extend this word of thanks !to
Melanie Follett of announced Mrs. Lucille 20 Ibs Washer,35c Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Sam our friends and neighbors for
Olean N. Y. arrived Thurs Jones and Mrs Madge John May and daughter Sheryl of their many prayers cards and
day to spend the Easter holidays ston had been seledted dele floral

offerings
during
Rochester N. Y. and Mr. our recent -
and
at Flagler Beach with gates to attend the 39th VFW !141bs Washer 25c Mrs. R. L. Coon and children ,bereavement.

her grandparents Mr. and Florida State Convention at Patti and David also of RoChester We also express our appreciation

Mrs. M. F. Follett. Jacksonville June 2629. We Wash N. Y. to Mrs. Myrtle Cash
RugsAmy's for her'help and kindness. ;

I Miss Celia Lord spent Easter These expressions have been
U TIME TATLANTIC weekend in Hastings visiting deeply appreciated. ,'

Laundry her brother in law and sister Thq Family of ,
HARDWARE Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fortner Mrs.: Gertrude Higgins
J
1 US 1 and family.
CARD
OF THANKSI

I'' a SUPPLY CO. INC. Bunnell*, FloridaP. VISITS MOTHER;; am sincerely grateful to
my friends and neighbors for
; Utt. S. Don't'' Forget to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hos- their visits, flowers, prayers
ford. Lake
Placid and
Jerry
and other ,kindnesses duringmy
: Wash Car' Hosford of Orlando visited in recent illness and stay in .

MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH Bunnell recently.with their the. hospital. .
," Thrift-T Car Wash mother Mrs. G. J. Hosford who My appreciation cannot be'
PHONE 439-2303'- Is a medical patient at Bun.
adequately expressed. ; ',:;
General ...
nell
Hospital. Tom Rees _;," ,_,, '






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5-THE_FLAGLER. TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 10. 1969 Florida BHS WHO'S WHO STUDENTS I 1
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TWIN I -----.----------
CALVES BORN ON GOOD FRIDAY LegislatureIn



Session :

f After preliminary planningover

the past several months faby

" the Florida Legislature officially

1 opened on Tuesday. They ..

face many problems in taxa

tion, reorganization, education :ANN.. f ,
crime and bond issues. i

aiui Representing Flagler County
i this year are Senator .J. H.

(Jim) Williams of Ocala, Re

presentative James (Jim)

Glisson, Eustis, RepresentativeA.
H. (Gus) Gralg. St. Augus-

tine and Represenative William -
(Bill) Reedy of Lake

County.

Flagler County does not ; :,:t

t t swd x lti have any local bills of any ...... .
magnitude pending. Most are Photo by Theo C. HeJn
(
routine. However, Flagler These Bunnell High School seniors have been selected for
County does have quite a
recognition In the 1968.69 edition,of Merit's Who's Who Among
stake in the outcome of general
legislation. American High School Students. Only students who have demon-
4 strated leadership In the fields of academics
activities, athletics
Photo By Ted He In It has been announced that
bills will be introduced to con- and awards competition are chosen for this honor. Less than
A Guernsey cow watches over the twin calves she gave birthto solidate some of the small three percent of graduating seniors in the nation are selectedfor

on Good Friday. The cow is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Willard counties. The local delegationwill recognition Pictured are 1 to r, Gary Buckles Robert Creal,

Spivey, Deen Road, Bunnell. The twinning isn't a rare event, but resist all these moves andit Carol Lynda Townsend .and Clifford Taylor. : '.' *;f
,, ,
it is unusual. .. '
Is : ...
quite probable ithat no action -- -- -

will be taken this yearto withhold social security taxes PULASKI CLUB fi.
1969 HOLIDAYON ,
up ever staged on a staking
surface. aboilish Flagler County. and report your earnings to DINNER-DANCE .<. f,. ..
ICE AT lAX Evening will Consolidation of school districts Internal Revenue Service each
performances
be at 7:30 on Wednesday, and is approved in ,the .new calendar quarter, if he pays The Pulaski 'Club, 326 South

APRIL 9.14 at 8:00: p. m. Thursday constitution. However, it takesan you at least $50 in cash wagesin St.. Daytona Beach,.,will'spsor : -T
affirmative vote of the pea the calendar quarter. an "After Easter iJinner-
of is
The world Broadway and through Saturday. There no
Hollywood, the stage and motion Sunday night show. Matineesare ple involved before consolidation Q. I am a domestic worker J>*nce" Sundav April '13 'from.
can be afftected. over 62 years old and have 1 -m .until 7 m e
,the scheduled for 2:30 p! p. > ;
pictures, provides : p. m. .
Bond issues is been told I did have ,-. ,'.
one of the not
and
basic themes for the 1969 24th Saturday, 1:00: and 5:00p. :
edition of "Holiday on Ice." m.Sunday.' Mail orders for foremost problems facing the enough work to receive social 'Longo and .Julia Diaz*' of
This is the most ambitiousand tickets are''accepted at the legislature. A number of issues security benefits. Can I pay* Miami visited In Bunnell last
elaborate of all "Holi Jacksonville Coliseum when are being proposed for up some back time and receive weekend with Mr. and Mrs.

day" editions and features,the accompanied by a stamped, school improvement as wellas benefits? George .Jarosz and Mr' .and*
skating of many' stars. "Hol self-addressed envelop with to finance other state pro- A. No You cannot pay up Mrs W. L Dunson. :

iday on Ice" will be presented check or money' order. Please grams. back time. The only way you '
at the Jacksonville Colise specify'' number of tickets and The new constitution calls can receive social. security RETURN TO INDIANA ;
um for five days beginning performance desired. for consolidating all state credits is to work in a Job covered .
social Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mc
and
by security
Wednesday, April 9. agencies into 25 general de
have the send in Donald' have returned to their
The titles of the production VICKI KING ON partments. It will be a big employer
sequences, cue the theme of DEAN,LIST task to accomplish this job in proper reports to Internal.Rev-. home in ,Anderson: Indiana*
enue Service. after spending the winter
this year's: "Holiday." There any form much less a reorganization -
Vicki Bunnell Q. I worked under social months at Beach
are seven of them. "Hello New King a that will have : security Flagler
York," "The Pooch Parade," chemistry major at Florida overall benefits and savingsto long enough to qualifyfor Trailer Park. Their son, Harold -*
State has been benefits on own record. McDonald flew down
"Jungalero. ," "Astalre Time," University, the entire stute. my ,
"Rockin' Happy," "The Gatesof placed on the dean's list at ,Education continues( to be a However, I receive widow's from Anderson to accompany
Grenada" and "Star'Time." the university. problem for legislators. More benefits on my husband's rec them 'on the trip.
ord. Will a lump sum death
The entire company hits,the money is demanded thoughthe
SHRINE CLUB payment be made when I die? EASTER GUESTSDr.
ice In 'Star Time." It featuresthe Florida Education Associa WEEKEND
A. Yes. A payment can be
MEETS TONIGHT tion is
movie marquee favoritesof much' more subduednow and' .
made to the person payIng'the Mrs. Ben,Lacy, John
all time. Impersonations The Flagler County, Shrine than it skates of famed motion pic Club meets at 7:30: tonight at Flagler schools'rface. a finan. funeral home authorized. by houseguests his parents
ture stars are the highlights' the AlA Restaurant at Flag cial crisis when it comes to the person who assumes responsibility Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lacy Sr. of
of the most pretentious wind- ler Beach.'ANNOUNCING. financing' all the programs demanded for of the Atlanta/ Ga.
payment
.
-- by federal and state
expenses. Dr. and Mrs. Lacy plan to
governments as well.as accreditation leave Friday for Pensacola to

derrtands. visit her mother. Mrs. Harold!
Politics will 'be in considerable 'GEORGIA VISITORSMr. Vucovich and children.

prominence during,this
session of the legislature. and Mrs. Daniel White. OHIO VISITORMrs.
With Governor Claude Kirk sides and son Gregory of
f and Senate President .Jack Brunswick, Ga. spent the Gladys Holahan of Ak-
Matthews and several other weekend in Bunnell visiting ron, Ohio Is visiting at Flag
The Opening ofSAXON'S ., ,: ,', prominent political figures are Mr.and Mrs. .Joe Whitesides. ler Beach with her brother in*

announced candidates for law and sister Mr. and Mrs.K. .

ernor. This will keep the goy ses- Weekend visitors at the N. Givens.
sion home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob ,
very interesting though,
often, unproductive. Cook were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weekend visitors at the
Cook and daughters, Daytona St. Johns Park home of ,Mr.
"'rand
SHELL OIL SERVICEHWY. ,
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Bert Harding were "

Cook and son of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. George Twlggf '
Social Security "'" and daughters of Dade City. '

100 & INTERSTATE 95 1 '" ... '- "-'- '
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NEWSQ. ;f;< >: :: .T' : : _

I work for various people X ,

"SPECIALIZING ,IN ALL AUTOMOTIVE as a a domestic and earn .
I $5 $7 per week from each. .

.'' REPAIRS AND NEEDS"FREEFREEFREE Are all of my employers sup '1"
posed to withhold social security :I
contributions?

A. Each, employer who paysa
domestic employee at least

$50 in cash wages in a calendar .s

APRIL 4 THRU APRIL 18 quarter must report
these wages and pay the required

contributions.Q. .

We, ;will give a FREE grease job with each oil How can I be sure thatI
am receiving credit for the
change and oil filter purchase work that I do.

A. First be sure (that you
:/: ) give your employer your correct -
<:," '. COME AND SEE US AT OUR NEW LOCATION name and social security

number. Also the social secur
"
i" X. i aXX XV X XN X XN XX_ X > <'> rf'> *'>fcCUSHMAK ity office can give you a formto
.',.:,.,'v check on your account to
be sure it is correct.
'Q. Will the social f ,
? security
: : & OTT
_
:11 that I pay in one state be '
I.'. good in another state?
.
A. Yes. Social
Security is a
t: ROOFING CONTRACTORS
federteU program and all
These three beauties are vying for the crown of Miss
credits
s.- RoofLeaking Need Gutter ? ? earned are made a
-
TL I permanent part'' of your record Florida Potato Blossom 1969. (:Left to right) Susan Jones

(' Any Type Roof or Gutter Repaired no matter where you 17, Putnam County; Mary Anne Steflik, 17, Flagler Coun-

.,, worked or lived: ty and Shelley Burrell 18, St., Johns County. Queen and

r..f', ,"l).,. ', ; t or Replaced Q.", I am married and .my' members of her court will be presented April 16 at North j
/ .
husband works 'Under"social Florida Potato Council's annual barbeque at St' Johns
: ;t",:;; ; Call Collect Daytona. Beacht security.I work:as domestic.' County Fairgrounds near Hastings. The event is staged :

t 255-5735 or 253-5515 It social is, necessary ,for me.to pay, to celebrate the beginning of potato harvest season In :
security contributions?}.
j.: ** the trl-county area.
"t.. A. Yes. Your employer must J
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FLAGLER COUNTY
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CHURCH DIRECTORY

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Sunday afternoon for memo CHURCH;
bers and friends of /the Flag. ;
CHURCHES APRIL 13 ler Beach United Methodist II CATHOLIC CHURCHES'The i
Church. }NEWS

SUNDAY SERVICES"Are Those planning to attendare ,; Rev.Leon Father, PastorSt. Anthony :

Sin Disease, and asked to- bring a covered
Death Real?" is the subjectof dish and the beverage will be
this week's Bible Lesson- furnished. Mrs. George Kendall, president Mary Church Korona
Sermon to be heard Sunday in Weekly SermonBunnell conducted the business Sunday Mass.1:30: a. m.

all Christian Science churches.All First United meeting. "Importance of Pray Weekday Masses: Monday,
are welcome to attend.A REV. TAYLOR Methodist Chul'chRev. er" was the title of the devo Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a. :
verse from Job includedin tional presented ,by Mrs. Webb m.Blessed.
ON JAX TV Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor Brooks.A -
the lesson states that God
will not afflict." A related PROGRAMThe MEN OF VISIONIt visitation was planned Sacrament Chapel
passage from Science and April 29 at 3:30: p. m. at the Flagler Beach
Health with Key to the Scrip- Rev. Oliver Taylor Pas is easy to be caught up church. Sunday Mass ............9:00: a. m.
tures by Mary Baker Eddy tor, Bunnell First United in the groundswell of pessi- Nine attended. Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
says: "The humble Nazarene Methodist Church, will appearas mism today. Problems are Thursday and Saturday at
overthrew the supposition that special guest on WFGA everywhere to those who fear 9:00: a. m.Catechism.
sin sickness and death have TV Channel 12 "Living Words" change but change brings opportunities DELAND DISTRICT UNITED Classes. 3:00: p. m.

power. He proved them power-. program April 1419.. to men of vision. METHODIST MEN PLAN Tuesday.St. .
less." The Rev. Taylor will be on Many people want the "sure
the morning program at 6:25a. : thins: to have a payoff like SPRINGTIME RALLY Stephens Bunnell
BAY MERCERTO m. Monday thru Friday and "long shot." Sunday Mass.10:30: a. m.
Members and friends of the Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
timeof
at 6:55: a. m. Saturday. The church is also in a
Deland District United Methodist -
ADDRESS F. B. Tuesday.
change, and many are
afraid. Fear belongs mostly to Men's Fellowship will Confessions before all masses/
METHODIST MEN CATHOLIC CHURCH those who can find no stability meet In Deland at Stetson Weekday Devotion: Novenato

District Lay Leader Ray while everything is in mo University ,Student Center, Our Lady Wednesday and
Mercer will be the guest MISSION APR. 13-21 tion. Stability in these chang Thursday, April 10, 6:30: p. m., Saturday after: Mass.

speaker at the Flagler Beach A mission will be conductedat ing times can only be found for their springtime ,rally,
Methodist Men's covered-dish Flagler County's three when the individual sincerely which will Include, a tasty Community Memorial
dinner-meeting Monday nightat Catholic Churches April 13-21 knows God and places his steak dinner, with special Church
6 p. m. at the church. Special by the Rev. Father Thomas M. faith in those things whichare music and entertainment. Fol Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
of the lowing the dinner hour President Reverend R. W. Dicker Pastor
guests will be wives Byrne, C. M.Services eternal. ,
members. Dee Hyatt will presideover Sunday School ....................9:45:
will be at St.Mary's As I observe life and our the quarterly business Worship Service ......._.......11:00
Church Korona April desire to never grow old, I
election
session and of officers Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
METHODIST 13.15; Flagler Beach Blessed find myself caught in a. dl.
for the new year. each month at 2 p. m.
Sacrament 16.18 lemma. This Is the fact that
CHURCH PICNIC Chapel Apr. ; Guest speaker for this event
and St. Stephens Church, Bun as a mortal: being my time .
SUNDAY APT.
will be Dr. Ray V. Sowers, professor First Baptist Church
nell Apr. 1921.Parishioners upon the earth grows shorter
Mr. and Mrs.' Lyman Gage of education and director -
are urged to each day. Men of vision are Bar. Charles Anders Pastor
will be Ihosts at a picnic at of student placement
attend the mission services. not limited to a changeless Moody BouleYCa'dBUDDeU
their home.. North Hwy., AlA, society, but find their comfortin Stetson University. Dr. Sowersis Sunday School..9:45: a. m.
also dean emeritus of the Worship Service..11:00 a.
God who 'causes change: m.
"and I will pour my Spirit upon University, and a former deanof Evening Worship..._6:30: p. m.
all flesh and your students at Florida South. Adult Choir Rehearsal.......7:30
BINGO 8:00 P. M young men shall see visions." ern College, Lakeland. His Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
Acts 2:17.DORCAS service and experiences In the Monday -
field of education In the stateof
8 and 3rd
YWA: p. m. 1st
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION.( HALL Florida and elsewhere in Monday I
CLASS the South, is unexcelled and
-SPONSORED By- Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p. m.
district
laymen cannot: affordto
Disabled American Veterans PLANS FISH FRY .. miss this opportunity of Wednesday
and Junior. ( Choir: 3:30: p. m..
hearing a challenging -
Dorcas Class members made Thursday:
TONIGHT (Thursday) tentative plans for a fish fry tlmely.message.
Men are requested to con.
for members and guests when First United Methodist
FREE. REFRESHMENTSJim they.met Monday might at the tact their local church officeor Lambert Avenue Bunnell
home of. Mrs. C. H. Cowart, minister not later than
Rev. Oliver Pastor
Booe Chapter No. 86 Taylor
Monday April 7th for
Haw Creek. The social event reservations -
SChool..9:45 a.
NO MINORS ALLOWED will be held at the church. The according, to H. S. Sunday ..._ : m.
Talton Worship Servicp .11:00: a. m.
date will be announced later. program chairman.
Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45

: p.j m.; Wednesday t .
5 I Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal:
: :
Putting you first,keeps us fint.1 2nd and '4th Thursday at 3

f I 8M I 3p.\ m.
I .___ MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays.
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; ::. 1st Wednesday at
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.Jfv : .:. >- J.. ::. .+ ':. Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
8.p. m.
Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes-
'-, day at 7:15 p. m.

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'. Reverend Reynold N. Hoover
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Ave., Beach '
Daytona Flagler
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': i Church School..........9:45: a. m.
Morning Worshlp..ll:00: a. m.

I : "' ''1: ., ";: "l.t\\ I Womens MYF. ..........Society...............6:30:Christian p. m.

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.: F iv'u f r month at 9:30
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Methodist Men: Dinner-meeting -

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ixx HOLINESS CHURCH
:. .' :. Bunnell, Off Frona St.

- ", A. C. Russell Pastor

:.. : s. ir Sunday School........10:00: a. m.
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- ff .jJ t. Worship Service......11:00 a. m. ..
"' Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.

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f.. 1 j..1 St. Thomas EpiscopalThe '

:i Rev. Thomas Mably

Priest In Charge'
3 miles east of Bunnell on
i.:: Front to rear: Kingswood Estate Wagon. Highway 100 >I.

i-; Concours Station Wagon,Sportvan and.. S-lburban.! Morning Worship....10:00: a. m.
Jf;:" rX,!: r. rs !IJ Church School..._...10:00: a. m.

Holy Communion first Sundayof .

1' No other each month

wagons .. .
First Baptist Church
N. Central Ave.. :Flagler Beach

have such a capacity for enjoyment. ,, Sunday Rev.School..9:45 Max Hall, Pastor: a. m. .

x Worship Service..ll:00 a. m.

Show you what we mean. Maybe you're a bit more serious about the Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
Say you're in a Chevrolet Kingswood or great outdoors.So are we.That's why we offer 7 p. m.Community. '
Concours Walk-In Wagon,when suddenly the the Chevy Sportvan and Suburban.To an Hymn Sing first
road becomes nothing but chuckholes and ruts. outdoorsman,they're like clear skies and ",J" -;\ Sunday of each month 7 p. m.

; Only you can't tell it's rough. no mosquitoes.

U :Yousee.ChevywagonsJIoatalongon. So before you head out to see the.U.S.A., 'l ATTEND THE
... computer-selected coil springs that smooth better stop by your Chevrolet dealer's. -:P\'t r i

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7 THE FLAGLER TRIBUHg THURS.. APRIL 10. 1969 Defendant and SARAVENA AL- held In full title as shown! InDeed
r NOTICE; TO DEFEND DER, his wife. 826 Book 6, 'afh:6; PublicRecords
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TO: ,j Lincoln Avenue. of St. County,
TJlEAn'bttm" WJUDA> !
Wlnnetka. IllinoisCHRISTIAN In the following described prop-
FARM PROGRAM LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Residence UnknownYou S C I-
are hereby notified: ENCE BENEVOLENT FARCE 5. (a) Lots 2. 3. 4
I Sl&NUP REPORTED NOTICE /+ suit has been filed against to-:: A H H O C I A- of Block 5'. Town of Bunnell.PARCEL .
HEuiHTEu!" rivrrriouS"NAMEXT In the above entitled cause; and TION. a Massachusetts 4. (b) As describedIn
! In compliance with House Bill you are hereby required to file Corporation. In Parcel above.
Producer signup In Flagler o. 1175. Chapter 20953. Laws of your answer with the Clerk of 107 Falmouth Street In Parcel 45 above.

, County for feed grain pro Florida. Acts of 1941 as Amend- this Court, and to serve a copy Boston 15, Massachusetts PARCEL 6- (c) Portions of
tdi'.Kheuunder"lKned will register thereof upon the plaintiff or Tracts 2 and 4,
gram is above expectation at :, Clerk of the Circuit'Court plaintiff's attorney whose name and all unknown owners lien Block "b.,3. Section
this point.' This was announced 'In and tor Flagler County and address Is: holders and claimants; and the 14. Township 12
Florida, upon receipt of proof HORACE E. HILL unknown heirs legatees devisees South. Range 39
today by W. W. Deen Sr., "' publication of this notice the. 248 North Campbell Street and legal representatives of East, an shown on
Chairman of the Flagler Coun following fictitious name: Beach Floridanot all persona living or dead having the map of the Bun,
rrat
Stabilization OCEANHHOKB REALTY May 12, A. D.. or claiming to have any nell Development
ty Agricultural ASSOCIATES 1969. right title. Interest claim or Company's land aa
and Conservation Committee.As located at Flagler Ileach, Flor- If you fall to do so. Default lien on the hereinafter described recorded in Plat
ida under which (we) will engage will be entered against you for lands and all persons to whomIt Book 1. Page 1 of
of March 7th, eight pro In the bualneas' of the relief demanded in the bill : may concern to-wit: the following the Public Record
ducers In that the underlined tare') suit being for ler County Florida and described -
ed to divert 296 acres from the only persons interested in DIVORCEWITNESS as: portions being more

feed grain production. The said business. my hand and seal of Parcel 2. A. portion of :Tract 18. particularly described -
Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this said Court this 8th day of AprilA. 18, Block "C". Section as follows: Commencing -
chairman pointed out that 7 day of April A. D. 1969. D. 1969. 11, Township 12 at the Intersection -

while Flagler County Is above Donald It. Moore GEORGE M. MOODY South, Range 30 of the
Charles I*. Trad Clerk of said Circuit Court Eastas described In Southeasterly line of
the expected signup level it Apr. 10. 17, 24, May 1, 4tc (Official Seal) an instrument recorded Booe Street. (A 60
appears that' signup across the By Kathryn L. Emery In Deed Book foot street as nowlaid ',
Deputy Clerk 383 Public out) with the
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 24. Page
country is somewhat behind. April 10, 17. 24<<. May 1. 4tc Records of Flag Northeasterly line of
"Additional signup Is need ler County Florida, South Bacher Street.
NOTICE ()Io' ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION with (A 60 foot street as
together
ed if we are going to obtain OK IIOAItD nVt'OUNTY LEGAL,ADVERTISEMENTIN o f Marlon a portion now laid ttl:
: COMMISHIONEItH!' !" Thence run So
the diversion necessary to reduce CLONING: : DEDICATED: FIFTY THE: COUNTY JUDGE"! Street being morepartfculariy described Degrees 5O :Minutes
feed grain supplies" Mr. FOOT (BO') !STItEETM' : AND C017UT. IN AND FOU FLAG- as follows<<-: East along the said
AVENUES!' and /11KNOUNCIN 1.1<:11. COUNTY FLORIDA. Commence at the Northeasterly line of
Deen said. DIHCIjAIMINO!' ANY IlICJIIT PIIOIIATE OOCl Southwest corner of said South Bacher
For feed grains a 37 million OF TIIK: COUNTY; AND TIIH: In re: Estate of aid Tract 18. the Street a distance of
UIIL.IC IN AND TO TIIK: FRED LEWIS MORROW. 321.68 feet to the
point being
acre diversion would'I bring LAND LYING WITHIN THE: Deceased the same center line on of Easterly line of

about the slight reduction in CONFINES THEREOFTO ;NOTICE: TO. 1 CREDITOR. Chapel Street, as Marion Street;
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TO-: ALL CREDITORS AND ALL shown on a. subdivision Thence North 01.
stocks needed this year the : Is hereby given on 7 PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS of the said Dgreea 37 Minutes
Chairman said. As of Febru AflT\: \ In accordancewith.. Oil DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Tract 18; Thence West a distance of
Section 336.10 Florida Statutes ESTATE: run North 01 :Degrees 134.66 feet to the
ary 28, total intended' diversion 1963. the Board of County Commissioners You and each of you I are here- 37 Minutes point of beginningof
on signed farms was of Flagler County by notified and required to pre- West along the West this description;
Florida adopted a Resolution sent any claims and demands ... line of said Tract Thence South 62 De-
about 19.9 million acres. closing, vacating and abandoning which you or either of you may 18 a. distance of 125 grees 50 Minutes
that portion of certain dedi- have Estate of Fred feet to the point of East a distance of
cated >) streets and 8agtl:1:0: Deceased, late beginning of this 764.99 feet; Thence
e".tthe ereinafter; described: of Flagler u .tyk.Florida, to description; Thencerun North 38 Degrees 26
FLORIDA 4-H'ERS the Honorable T. McKnight, Easterly and Minutes East a distance -
SUMTER AVENUE from the County J Flakier County, parallel to the South of 260 feet;
Northeast line of Cherry Florida, at 'teIBo Chambers In the line of said Tract Thence North 62 Degrees -
CAN APPLY FOR Street Northeast to the County Court: House In Bunnell 18 a distance of 110 50 llIt'l: ut
North City Limit Line of the Florida within ,six months from feet:' Thence run West 'a of
S1.600 SCHOLARSHIP City of Bunnell the date of the: .first publicationof northerly and parallel 650 feet Degreea ThenceNorth
38 26
this Notice. to the west line
SEMINOLE AVENUE from Each claim or demand must be of said Tract 18 a Minutes East a dis-
Florida 4-H Club members the Northeast Line of Cherry In writing and must state the distance of 110 feet; tance of 20 feet
who will be graduated from Street Northeast to the place of residence and post office Thence run. Westerly more or leas, to thethert.Ct1
North City Limit Line of the address of the claimant and must and parallel to \ line of
high school this June can ap City of Bunnell, be sworn to by the claimant his the South line of said 14

ply for a $1,600 scholarship' offered RICHWOOD AVENUE from agent DATED or his this attorney:,27th day of distance 1 long Thence the Westerly North ,line a-

by Homellte A Divisionof the Northeast Line of Cherry March. A. D. 1969. to the center line of of said Section 14.
Street Northeast to the JAN MORROW ZEMINA. as Marion Street; > a distance of 269
Textron Inc. Southwest Line of Bacher Executrix of the Last Will Thence run South 01 feet, more or less
be students'must Street and Testament of FRED Degrees 37 Minutes to the Northwest
To eligible
LEWIS MORROW Deceased. East along the cen- corner of said Tract
have completed at least three ANDERSON STREET from ULMER. MURCHISON. ASH-__.. ter line of Marlon 21! Thence South 01
of 4-II projects and the Northwest Line of Woodland BY & BALL Street a. distance of Degrees 37 Minutes
years Avenue Northwest to Attorneys for the Executrix. 110 feet; Thence run B\erya.lO fnet .
plan ,lo study forestry plant the North City Limit Line of P. O. Box 479Jacksonville 111 r aGUttar of
said distance
Tract 2
Florida 32201 to a -
sciences in col the City of Bunnell
or biological April 3... 10. 17, 24 4 to.. extended of said of 139 feet
lege. Candidates also must be and Tract 18. a. distance more or lees to the
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN of 12.5 feet to the. o .
StreetsbIg: o s
in the
enrolled as a freshman \' point: of beginning.- PARCEL 10. d sand
MOORE STREET from the .
1969 Fall term alt an accredIted Northwest Line of Woodland THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Parcel 3. A portion of Tract follows Alleys described .
Avenue Northwest to the Fl.AaK.EIl COUNTY. FLORIDA 18. Block '.6" Sec- : as :
college or university ac "
North City Limit Line of theCity tion 11. Township 12 (d) Marlon Street-
cording to the Cooperative Extension of Bunnell In Cane No. 32 -D South Range 30 ". North from
LOUIS E. HALLMAN East as described : unnamed streets
Service.Scholarship .
DATED this 7th day of April Plaintiff In an Instrument recorded 134.66 feet. '
applications 1969. LUCILLE In Deed Book North of South,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MARY HALLMAN 19, Page 657 Public Bacher Street
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should ,be 'requested from W. OF FLAGLER Defendant Records of Flagler' ..(, f: to Booe Street.

W; Brown State 4-H ClUb COUNTY FLORIDA NOTICE TO DEFEND County li"lorlda.to- .,- *.. -, (e) Unnamed
J (SEAL) THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOi: gether with a por- street or South
Leader, Institute of Food and Bys"/ George<< M. Moody MRS. MARY LUCILLE tion of Chapel Street r North of
Agricultural Sciences Univer- Clerk of said Board; HALLMAN and a. portion of Bacher Street .
April 10 Itc. 3429 FarmhlU Drive Marlon Street all v from Boo
sity of' Florida Gainesville. Falls Church.; VirginiaYou 'It, being -- ,f I I *:* Street to Marl-

Information also be ob hereby notified thata arty described. as Street.f .
can LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT halle
suit filed Street
against Chapel
you follows: Begin at ( )
tamed from the 4.11 agent at In the above entitled cause; andy the Southwest cor- east from Marion -
Extension Office. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF are hereby required to file ner.of said Tract 18. Street.
the County Fl.ACl.fail COUNTY. FLORIDA your answer with the Clerk of the same point being You are hereby notified that .
Four $1,600 national scholarships this Court and to serve a copy on the center t the above petitioner has brought
In Case No. B3H-E: thereof upon _the plaintiff or line or' Chapel cause to condemn the property
are offered annuallyby ADDIE BELL BROWN plaintiffs attorney whose name Street as shown on above described for a public
Homellte' to 4-H youths Plaintiff and address Is: a Subdivision of the purpose, to-wit: for the con
vs. ROBERT L. WILSON said Tract 18; struction of low rental publlo
throughout the nation. ANDREW BROWN 441 South Ridge wood Avenue Thence Easterly a- housing units and necessary ap-
'Daytona Beach, Florida 32014not long the South line purtenances pertaining thereto
later than May 1. At D.. 1969. of said Tract 18 and and to acquire fee simple titleto

If 6ue rfeAoIrSOt:: : Defaultwill the center line of said lands.
you for said Chapel Street a You and each of you are here-
the rell f. demand In the bill distance of 110 feet; by commanded to be and appearIn
of complaint. The nature. of said ,Thence North 01 Degrees the Circuit Court for the
Flagler County Insurance suit being for 37 MinutesWest Seventh Judicial Circuit In and I
; DIVORCE.WITNESS and parallel to for Fl flerda County Florida, on
: my hand and seal the West line of the of May, 1969at
of said Court: this 18th day of Bald Tract: 18 a distance the office of the Clerk of said
March A. D. 1969.GEORGE of 125 feet; Circuit Court to show what
Agency Inc. M. MOODY Thence Westerly right title interest or lien you
Clerk of said .Circuit Court and parallel to the of you have In and to
(Official Seal! ) South line of saId f.yal the above described lands
By Kathryn L. Emery Tract 18 a distanceof and to show cause why the
All Forms of Insurance D2ef.u1l'a; erk 122.5 feet to the same should not be taken for .
March center line of said the uses and purposes above described ( 0
Marion Street; and for other relief aa
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Thence South O}; Degree may be necessary or default will
37 Minutes
beAf cer'1K'alTT:
32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS IN CIRCUIT COURT, FLAGI.ER'C)1 East along the cen- M'that a
Iqumell!! Florida NTV. VLOIUDA. CIVIL ter line of Marlon Declaration of Taking hall been
ACTION NO. 1O15-A/ Street a distance of filed by Petitioner In the ofnc'
THE HOU! INO AUTHORITY OF 125 feet; Thence of the Clerk of this Court. In
THE COUNTY OF FUAUL.EII. Easterly along a this cause of the taking of the
FLORIDA. rejection of the above lands for the aforesaid
-- e.. a State Agency, South line of said purposes as set forth In the
Petitioner...._. Tract 18 a distanceof petition filed In this cause and
V. 12.5 feet to the that this cause will be broughton
EDDIE WILLIAMS et al. point of beginning. for hearing before the Honorable -
defendants.NOTICE : Parcel 4. Lots 6 and 6. Block HOWELL W. MELTON.
HOMEA. TO AlM-H3A.il AND._. 69. Town of Bunnell.as Judge of this Court or other
CRAIG FUNERAL DEFEND recorded In Plat Judge that may be sitting in
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Book 1, Page 2. Pub- his place, on the 23rd day ofApril.
Parcel 2. Rosa Lee Jackson. lic Records of Flagler 1969. at 11:46 o'clock A. 1\1..
H. CHAIG funeral birector formerly Rosa Lee County, Florida and at Chambers, Flagler County
Williams and her portions of Courthouse. Bunnell. !Florida to
JOHN CAPO 'Manager husband W. J. Jackson and Alleys adjacent consider said Declaration of
to the said Lots I 6 Taking and take such other
AND and 6. being more action as the Court deems
AIR I I OXYGEN Juanlta Miller, formerly particularly described proper as provided hl.Y law.
LADY Juanlta WIl- as follows. : Begin ALL parties to : and
CONDITIONED I EQUIPPED lIam and her husband at the most all parties In interest may appear .
I ATTENDANT I Jack Miller westerly corner of and be heard at that time
CHAPEL AMBULANCES all of Bunnell Florida said Lot 5; thencerun and place.You .
North 38 De- are hereby required and
Parcel 3. Sam Williams and N << MinutesEast ordered to file your answer tog
Phone ID 7-3532 Carrie Mae Williams along the Southeasterly : d petition In the office oucr;
his wife, Bunnell, line of Booe Clerk of the Circuit
BUNNELL. FLORIDA Florida Street a distance of of Flagler County Florida.
201 E. MOODY BLVD. Parcel 4. Eddie Williams and 125 feet to the cen- In the Courthouse Bunnell.
wife, Louella Williams ter line of South Florida. on or before the
Bunnell. Flor- Chapel Street; 1st day of May 1969 and
Thence South 52 Degrees serve a copy of your said answer -
CITIZENS/ DANK OF 60 Minutes upon LELAND B, SHAW
DUN N ELL. Bun East along the center P. O. Box 296 Bunnell. Florida.
nell Florida line of said 32010. Attorney for Petitioner on
Parcels South Chapel Streeta or before such date. .
4, 6. 6, 10 distance of- 111.67 It Is Herebv Ordered that this
EDWIN C. WILSON feet to the center Notice and Order be publishedonce
after 3122 P. Street N. W.. line of Mar Ion a week for four consecutive -
you see Washington 7. D. C. Street: Thence South weeks" prior to said dateIn
ATLANTIC &ATION.AL '01 Degrees 37 Min- the Flagler Tribune a news-
1, your doctor. BANK OF JACK- utes East along the paper having general' Circulation -
SONVILLE. Jackson center line of said in Flagler County. Florida.
I' I I ville. Florida Marion Street a distance HEREIN FAIL NOT as a default -
1 I AND of 166.71 feet" ; will be entered against
bring yourprescription ESTHER WILSON.
I Thence North 62 Degrees you.WITNESS
I' I R20 Elm Street. 60 Minutes my hand as Cleric
to Street. Reading West along the center of said Court and the Seal of
sN f ; Pennllylvanla.Testamentary. line of a 10 foot said Court this 26th day of
Trustees alley a distance of March 1969. at Bunnell. Flag-;
under the Last 218.97 feet to the ler County Florida.
t Will and Testamentof Southeasterly line of (Circuit Court Seal
II 1 III IIIi ... Raymond C. Wll- said Booe Street; /GEORGE l MOODY.
i cAIfhUq Thence North 38 Degrees GEORGE M. MOODY. Clerk
I 1O MARGARET ALDER 26 Minutes of the Circuit Court. Flag-
WILDER and AL- East a distance of ler County Florida .
+r 1O LEN S. WILDER 5 feet to the point /sLeland B. Shaw
I >" her husband. of beginning.! LELAND B. SHAW
Professional
Bldg. 66 Greenacres Ave One-half mineral rights Including )'. O. Box 298 t

.:: nue. Scarsdale. New oil, paint rock or Ful TjNNJ'i-or 32010'
YorltTHOMAS ler's earth or other valuable FORDIPE
W. ALDER mineral rights reserved and :!74tc.i .
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KINDERGARTEN ed as proof of age at the timeof
8-TIIE FLAGLCR TBJBUNE THURS.. APRIL 10. 1969 BHS STUDENTS registration.

CHOSEN FOR SCIENCE REGISTRATION
45 OBTAIN CERTIFICATES Teachers. will be on duty in I
ASSOCIATE DECREES TO WORK IN FLAGLERIn SYMPOSIUM SLATED APRIL 17-18 front of the kindergarten

:Marcia Ann Leggett of Flag- compliance with the Bunnell High School Junior for children rooms on the school campus
Registration '
Florida Child Labor Law. 45 Students Ann Meekins and ,each afternoon between 1:30: I
ler Beach will be among 180 persons under age 18 In Flag- Janet Haines were chosen to who will attend kindergartenat School and 3:30: p. m. to register stu.
candidates receiving degrees attend Science Bunnell Elementary dents.
ler Couniy.: obtained workcertlfic.ates a Symposiumat
this spring at Daytona Beach In 1968. the University of Florida will be held April 1718. I
Junior Wlllard Parents will register their Registration for Bunnell
College. Field to Thomas W. Gainesville. April 2426. The
According children at the school. Elementary School No. 2 I
dean of student services has Johnston Chairman of the students were selected by the h
announced. Florida Industrial Commission school faculty. Children who will be five (former Carver School) will
lected from all Florida'sschools
Commencement exercisesare (FIC), the substantial Teachers and students see years of age on pr before De. will attend the
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scheduled at 8 gain of the past few years In all Florida's schools will at. cember 31, 1969 are eligible symp-
p. m. May roslum on science and human.
7*at Peabody Auditorium. Flagler County Is indicativeof tend the symposium on to -register. A VALID BIRTH .I 1/ ities.A .
a statewide trend. science and humanities. CERTIFICATE will be lequlr*

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