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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 17, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 NO. 17. THURSDAY. APRIL r 17. 1969_n S3.50 A YEAR


Lerch Elected BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL' ACADEMIC TEAM
; 1eh'oto Third Annual County Board J
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Chairman Of M Auto
BlessingBig
Hears 'MAPCOProposal
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I' F. B. CommissionHoward SuccessMore

Lerch was elected

chairman of the Flagler Beach than 300 people at- The Flagler County Board of

City Commission Tuesday : tI f s 1, tended the Third Annual Auto Commissioners met in special
night. Commissioner C. W. Blessing at Korona Sunday.St. session Tuesday night and
Barnes I*was named vice chair heard officials of MAPCO of
: A Christopher's Shrine was
man. Herbert Fuller is
Mayor. beautifully decorated to 'pro. Ormond Beach present their

Other commissioners sworn vide an outdoor setting for the proposal for operating the
In by City ,Clerk Helen Nolte : 11:30: Mass held at Korona. Bunnell Airport as a commercial -,
were Mrs: Elfie ,Goodwin, Rufus ;9 Dinner was served from the aircraft enterprise as wellas
Miller and Max Porte. recreation hall'after the Mass. a base for their aerial' pho-
The. commission rehired all tography business. ,
city employees with the exception /I The Reverend Father An. The Board already has un-
tonio Leon officiated at the
,1} of the City Attorney, City .o outdoor der consideration a plan pre
:', Judge and Lifeguards, Applications e s_ ceremony. Tommyand sented by Mr. Miller of In-
Kenneth St.
Cejka. Augustine
for lifeguards are be x3s diana for operating a full
served
altar
as boys.
ing taken at City Hall ,and f The Reverend'Father Thomas commercial airport;Their attorney
0.
sc rex9 :
are returnable Jim Tucker was
April 30. The Byrnes' delivered the morning present
City Attorney and City Judge sermon. Tuesday evening to In-
will be selected later. 'L- crease the amount of the lease
At a special meeting Thurs fZtavings Bonds winners were: payment offered.
day afternon Mayor Fuller appointed Mrs. Mary Dockendoff Flagler The Board took both propos
the following Commit' _I Beach first place with, a $50 als under consideration torturther
tees: < bond; Mrs. Mary M. Mattel study anticipatIngthey

Commissioners Porte, Miller By Ted Heln Bunnell, second with a $25 would reach a decisionsoon.

'' and Lerch, Water Department Bunnell! High School academic: team, members. above will Setauket bond and, James N. Y. Masters third with, East .
; Goodwin, Miller and the a By a vote of 3 to 2 the Board
appear on WFGA-TV "It's Academic"
,
program|Monday April $25 bond.
Lerch, Sanitation and lot accepted the high bid of Ring
21 at 7 p. m. The !teams will be competing with Crescent Power
clearing; Goodwin, Barnes City Mrs. 'Mary Kranskl general Company to purchasea
and Lerch, Fire Dept.; Miller, and Mebane schools. Pictured are 1 ,to r, Brenda Townsend; TV chairlady for the Third An- front-end loader for 21488.

Porte and Lerch, Police Dept.; moderator Don< Testa; Genece Mlnshew; m) sponsor Mrs. nual Auto Blessing, said that They also rejected by a vote
Lerch, Barnes and Porte, Pier, she considered the event a' of.3 to 2 all bids for a new
Feme
Burns and Gary Buckles. teal J
Pier House Hula Huts BInd real success. bulldozer.Judge .

Lifeguards; Miller, Goodwin'and William Wadsworth
t appeared .before the Boardto
Lerch Improvements
Park, Recreation and Munic-; SHRINE HEAR PARKING ,LOT ,AREA BEING "READIED, : suggest that they look at
.IIe.- the lighting in the old
Ipal'Bldg.; Fuller and Lerch, CONIC REPORTAT .... .. ..,., court
house at St. Augustine to determine
Library and Publicity; Barnes if lt"oould" bemused to
Fuller and Lerch Streets., : DINNER MEET ;:..'
-".. Improve lighting. In the courtroom
'of the ,
Flagler Court
:: Chairmanof '"
Rudye ShamblenPioneer Shrinere; ChildTcntf'vCbhittilttee /House. / ....a .
: ...... : -
r."T .
\ i "aii-*. u'" 'reported-iy : ..' : ,
Resident; 'twe(;'*'Flagler%County-: : ',,cljlldreri 'CIGARETTE TAXDISTRIBUTED .

who had attended, 'over of the -"',
Club's 'cUri cs' .- IN '
Died TuesdayL. recent In Jack .. .
sonville at the,Flagler County FLAGLER COUNTY ',
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Rudye Shamblen, 74, Shrine Club's dinner meeting
Water Oak, longtime residentof last week. The meeting was A. R. Brautigam Director of

Flagler Couhity, passed' at the AlA Restaurant. Flag. the State Beverage Dept., reports -
away Tuesday ,.afternoon at ler Beach. that net cigarette tax

Bunnell General Hospital. It collections for the month of
was reported 'that the LI'
Born in Ripley, W., Va., he sonic Lodge No. *200 F&AM February 1969 amounted to
moved Vito Flagler County 51 would have a Master's Degree $891143179. Of this amount
years ago from Charleston, W. 3876870.48 will go to the
Thursday night, at 6:30: p. m. .
Va. He owned Water Oak, General Revenue Fund $423-
Service Station for 16 years George Moody, second vice 912.22 will be distributed to
and operated the 'business until president presided in the &b.:' counties and the remaining
his retirement in 1965. sence of Henry Scott, president 4610649.09 will be distributed -
He was a member of Bun who was -attending to qualified municipalities.Local .
Bumnell's lot last
County crews began work,on new parking
.
nell Masonic Lodge No. 200 Grand Chapter of the Order of ; municipalities will
F&AM and Past Master; and Eastern Star St. Petersburg. week. The parking area located behind the county courthouse, receive the following amounts

Past Patron of Order Eastern will be paved with asphalt and will provide parking for approxImately with last year's amount in

Star Chapter 93, Bunnell. He There were 31 members 40 cars. The new facility will alleviate the parking parenthlsls: Beverly Beach
was a member of Morroco and guests'at the dinner meet $267.69 ($168.55); City of Bun
Temple.. Jacksonville:'and'Masonic ing. problem in the courthouse area. nell.. 2469.58 (1999.89: City

Yorke, Rite Bodies Daytona of Flagler Beach, $818.79

Beach. SHERIFF EDMONSON RECEIVES .CITATIONSheriff's HOUSING AUTHORITY ($936.36); Marlneland. $61.75
He is survived by his wife, (70.31! Painters Hill none'
Helen Bunnell; two daughters -' BOARD MEMBER ($6.67). '

Mrs. Wilma Brock; Bun-
TO BE APPOINTED
nell; and Mrs. Jeanette Mead-

or .Charleston. W. Va.; one Cary D.. Holland has resigned SCHOOL FAIR
brother. Dr. Earl Shamblen \. as member of the Flagler DRAWS CROWD
Charleston, W. Va.; ten grandchildren County Housing Authority
; and six great-grand Board and a successor will be The largest PTA crowd of
children. M appointed by Governor Kirk. Year attended the last PTA \

Graveside funeral services q .;.; Holland resigned the appointed meeting and School Fair' at
will be at 3 p. m. Thursday at post after he was Bunnell High School.
Espanola Cemetery with Rev.. elected to',the Bunnell City Exhibits from elementary
Charles Anders officiating. Commission in March. grades. science department.
Masonic services will follow. Other Board members are English department. home economics

Friends may call at Craig H. -V. Peavy, chairman;, T. E. classes Spanish class
Funeral Home Chapel, Bun Holden, vice chairman; Mrs. agriculture classes art classes
nell, until 2 p. m. Thursday. W. C. Sullivan and Eldon and Industrial carts were on

Knight. display. .
HELP FIGHT CANCER- \ .President Laura McDanlel

VFW,MEMBERS retiring president,, presidedover
GIVE TO THE FLAGLER the meeting. ,Postmaster

COUNTY CANCER DISCUSS SPONSORING Ray Mercer installed the following

DANCES officers: .
DRIVE President Laura McDanIeLVice
APRIL, 17.18 Meritorious Service Citation to Veterans of Foreign Wars President.. Mrs. Coy G.
-
Post 5213 discussed sponsoring
the Flagler County Sheriff's Harris.
Department in national recog-. community dances when they Secretary Mrs. Gordon ,
TIDE TABLETides Department,, nltion of achievements in thehighest met Monday night at the post Buckles.,
For April 10-16 traditions of law eni- home In Bunnell. The dances Treasurer Mrs. .Webb
HIGH LOW Receives AwardFlagler forcement. The department would be held every three Brooks.

Day A.M. P.M. A.M., 01oo P.M.' I County Sheriff P. A. was cited for its skillful investigation months at the Bunnell Civic The PTA voted to sponsor a

Tides for,,April 17.23'r; Edmonson has received recognition in the November Center. Details are to be announced Senior Prom'to,beheld at Bun
17 8:42,9:06: : ," 2:30, 12:32:4.1;:.. for work on a double '1967 slayings of teenagers later, according to T. nell Cilc': Center with senior
18 9:18: 9:42 3:06 ,3:06 slaying In Flagler County.' James Moore and Daniel A. Jones Quartermaster. parents chaperones.: t
19 10:00: 10:18 ,3:421. 3:40: The editors' of Official Detective Shoultz near Bunnell.A Commander Danny John A scholarship check was presented ,I
detailed ,account> of the ston called a,special meeting to' the .
20 10:36: 11:00: 4:24.: 4:18: ,Magazine,; : publication > county scholar-'
21 11:18: 11:42 5:06: 5:00: reporting work'of' law enforcement award winning Investigation Friday, April 25 at 8 p. m-for ship committee. Purchase of
22 12:06: 11:59 5:54: 5:42: officers have appears in the May issue of nomination and election of officers scholastic letters for honor

23 12pO: 12:54: 6:42: 6:40: awarded the publication's the magazine. for196970. roll students was, authorized.P.K.Youngo '








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3UagIrr WrlhuurINCORPORATED' Entered a. second claaa matter THUR&. APRIL 17.' 1969 \ 2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNECHOI

February' 6, 1913. at the po>t-
IIUNNELL Vl.On.IDA office at Bunnell, Florida under
Act of, .':March 3. 1876. / ,
JOHN A. CLEOO C E '.,\ Western "SELECT"Liver
Editor and Publisher, lee r.0.1'7 <
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BKTTIB 'S. McDANIKL. Oae Year '3.5S OecwlHG, ,
News EditorDesistedew.peper Six Month -.. ...-...:... Beef

for all Outside Vtmfler C unty
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Legal Adyertlaias ...00 Per Year

EDITORIALA lb. 49

SCHOOL IN THE FUTURE

It must have been a shock to the people of Flagler Beach "
last week to learn that they would lose their school next year. U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED'

:Even: though we might not have children in the school and
we might complain about having to pay school taxes, we still SIRLOIN TIP ROAST Ib 98

take pride in the school In our community.It r liMP
is about like a church In a community. We might not at- .
. tend and we might complain about the way it is run by those
who do attend yet we are proud to live In a community with U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"

active churches.We .
would not take issue with the School Board in closingthe ROUND STEAK 98

Flagler Beach School next year. With the present conditionof .
finance and state regulations they had little choice.
The present school site has been determined by the State
School Survey Teams as inadequate for a school plant. It is too Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

small, beside the fact that several acres are in the marsh.In .

other words the School Board would not be permittedto
expend any capital outlay or bond monies to expand the,facilities PICNICS lb. 43*
of the Flagler Beach School on its present site.

Also, the old ,building has been determined as inadequatefor
educational purposes. It is substandard.With .

all the above facts In mind we need to look to the -

future. Flagler Beach has a future. And we need to coordinateall Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB Herman's "PURE PORK"
civic efforts to plan for the future. -
The School Board has indicated they would consider reopen- I. SMOKED BACON SMOKED SAUSAGE

ing the school when the enrollment reaches'150. Actually state lb. SSe lb.

regulations provide for one teacher for every 27 pupils. SLICED FREE 78c
We would suggest that the Flagler Beach PTA appoint a
committee composed of the top community leaders to work with
LEAN WESTERN "FIRST CUT"
the School Board to plan now to provide a site that would be ,
adequate for a future school plant.It .

may be that the present site can expanded.. If not
the new classrooms a'new site at about one-third the cost of new construction.Now .

Is the ,time to make a,site acquisition. Land prices are
likely to continue to increase. There is no prospect for "cheap" *:,: X

coastal property in the next few years. ..

There Is always the possibility of a gift of an adequatesite.
A re-version clause could be Included,in the deed wherebythe Small Meaty SPARE RIBS Ib. 63*
property would revert to the donor if it were not used for a (Ideal for Ba.,'-.B-Q)
school plant site within a designated number of years.

Our present loss of a school can yet:'be termed an"opportunity O'Sage ?c,; No. 2V2 Can t'
to provide for a future school program in: which:'the peopleof '
Flagler Beach can be Justly proud. PEACHES Z For 49C, FOLGER'S

Now is the time to plan for the future. '
:
Martha ;White, (Ass't Flavors) COFFEE'
John A Clegg FROSTING Ea.
& CAKE MIXES' JSriVArmour lb.

Star 12 oz. Can Tin 47e
but contend that no one can

Too Late they actually will happen.predict Just when TREET Each 4ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

However California seemsto Big Chief '
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To Classify have been singled out this LONG '
for certain destruction.As RICE"Ib
year GRAIN 4 Bag 5ge SUN SPUN
By Russell Kay a result a great many
people have become alarmed Morton's (Limit 2 with food order)
The prophets of doom have and it is reported that manyare OLEO
been having a field day pre- leaving the state seeking SALT 2oT 1O0:
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dicting all manner of frightful safety elsewhere.No ,
happenings from the Inva- state is blessed (if that is lbs.
sion of beings from outer the word) with more strange 2 *'
space to the complete and tot- cults and hippies than the HERSHEY'SSGAR a., (>in Qtrs.) 29-
al destruction of the world. Golden State and the fact that
For a as long as I can remember many such.groups are pullingup
"The end of the stakes to locate elsewhere
world" has been scheduledeven should be gratifying to the lb. FROZEN FOODS
to the exadt ''date and sane sensible citizens who 4 Carton Zge' /
hour. There are always a few calmly go about their busi- Foremost Gal.
folks who actually believe ness and don't worry too much
such predictions and in many about dire predictions. The Limit 1 with;$5.OO or more food order ICE MILK Each 5ge
cases have sold or given away state could stand an exodusof
their property fled to some a lot of such groups with- ':. Frosty AcresORANGE
supposedly'sate place or assembled out feeling any pain. 6 oz. Can
in anxious groups on No one can say Just where FRESH! PRODUCE JUICE For
. mountain tops to await the, the next natural disaster may Z 3ge
coming of the Lord. occur. Nor can they tell you Fresh Tender Young. ,
So far the old world has when.: It could be California Ears
rolled along on schedule. The Alaska, Japan Turkey, Italy CORN 6 390
sun rises and sets the seasons the mid-Pacific or Atlantic. BAKE
change earthquakes are experienced Your guess is as good as mine. 1 Ib. /Cello BagCARROTS RITE
in different areas But if you happened to be in .
floods inundate others volcanoes the business of prophesyingyou Each
erupt but such occur- could probably name all 9C lb.
ences have been recorded as 'same of these side.areas to be on the Crisp IcebergLETTUCE 3 Tin 39*
long as man can remember.
You can depend on a number I Each
The fact that the San Fran- ZgeLimit 1 with
cisco earthquake occured in of volcanoes erupting dur- $5.00 or more food order
has ing the year. It has been, hap-
April probably inspiredour
for I
pening centuries and
will
prophets to hit on this par--
Ocular month to forsee a similar continue to happen. But it
does not mean the end of the
disaster
or worse duringthe world.
month and each
year one
or more of them predict disaster ''So don't sit around biting
your nails while you wait for
for the
area.
California to disappear or the
Scientists who have made a legendary Atlantis to arise. ;DTI.i]RODGERS]
lifelong study of earthquakesknow You might be disappointed.
that in certain
'areas of sena dep aocsh rdluE TAOIh
teh world including California
there are structual faultsin Weight Watchers Is an.or-
the earth's crust and It Is ganizatlon described by its 1111111
normal and natural to expect sponsors as a fat man's version OPEN SUNDAYS III I ii Phone
earth tremors as.a result.They of Alcoholics Anonymous. 437-3227
. frankly admit that such Will power they say', is the 8:00 a.m.-:-1OO p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
quakes can occur at anytime key to taking off weight. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good April 1 ,...
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Defendant and SARA VENA ALDER held In full title as shown InDeed
FLAGLER TRIBUNEI THURS.. APRIL 17. 1969 PTOTICM TO DEFENDTHANDIIWOBROWNt1DA< I his wife. 82* rJoof: : 6Btalh:6.! Public

TO: _. Lincoln I Avenue, County,
I AUVKUTlSBMBIfT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Wlnnetka. IlUnolsCIIIUSTIAN In the following described prop-
Residence UnknownYou S O Iv -
IN CIRCUIT COURT FLAGLEn are hereby notified" that a .. ENCK B E N E V O- PARCEL 5. (a) Lots 2. 3. 4
A. provldedOinl Chapter 20723. COUNTY FLORIDA """ ). suit ha* ,been filed against you LENT A S 8 O G I A- ,, .' of Block 59. Town of Bunnell.PARCEL .
Act Notice, given CIVIL ACTION No. RO -A In the.atrove'entitled cause; and ; TION. a Massachusetts 4. (b) As described
that 19Ui tangible persona prop* I NOTICE Ot KOIlttCLOSUIltf you are hereby required I to die,:r< Corporation In Parcel; 4 above.
arty taxes assessed for 1988 are MALE your answer with the Clerk of" 1O7 Falmouth Street ed (In Parcel 45 above

now delinquent and beginning CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL.liUNNELL. this Court and to serve a copy' Boston 15. Massachusetts PARCEL. 6. (c) Portions of
with; April lit such taxes : are FLORIDA thereof upon the plaintiff or Tracts 2, 3, and 4.
drawing Interest' at. 1% per, 'a .8tate Banking Corporation. plaintiff attor1er. whose name and all unknown owners, lien Block "BH Section
month plus the proportionate}]! Plaintiff and address Is: holders and claimants; and the 14, Township 12
cost of publishing this notice. HORACE K. 'HILL unknown heirs, legatees devisees .,. South. Range 30 -.
Unless the amount set opposite -FRANK ET'bODIMEAD and 248 North Campbell Street and legal representatives of East as shown on
each name below are paid before CORA L. DODIMEAD *' Daytona: Beach, Floridanot : all persons living or dead hav- the map of the Bun
the lat day of May, warrant Defendants. later than May 12. 'A. D1989. .. ing or claiming to have any nell DevelopmentCompany's
will be Issued thereon directing TO THE DEFENDANTS HERE"IN '. hIt right title Interest claim' or land. as
levy upon and the seizure of AND ALL OTHERS WHOM you ,fall to do so. Default lien on the hereinafter described recorded in Plat
tangible personal property of the IT MAY will be entered against you for lands and all persons to whomit Book 1, Page 1 of
taxpayer t additional: taxes, penalties NOTICE CNiSlrni.y: GIVEN the relief demanded in the bill may concern to-wit: the .following -. the Public Records
and costs. Thenames That the undersigned GEORGE of complaint..I The nature of said : lands situate In Flag of
orfJ.gleheCou
of the delinquent personal M. MOODY as Clerk of the Circuit suit I being for ler County Florida and described sadportions
property taxpayers and the Court. Seventh Judicial Cir DIVORCE as: being more
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amount of taxes and the first cuit in and for Flagler County WITNESS my hand and deal of Parcel 2. A portion of Tract 18. particularly described -
months penalty are as follows: Florida, under, pursuant to and said Court this 8th day of April 18 Block "C"; as follows: Commencing -
Isaac Carter ......._.._..__?.?... 1.96 by virtue of a Final Judgmentof A. D. 1969. Section at the Intersection -
Dalton H. CObb._._.-.._.. 64.10 Foreclosure entered in the GEORGE: MOODY 11. Township 12 of the
Ben Israel ...._.._.._..... 5.19 above entitled cause pending In Clerk of said Circuit Court Eastas South described Itange 30 Southeasterly line of
John :Lalngr ._.._....._._.* 20.47 the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial (Official Seal) instrument in Booe Street. (A 50
W. A. OgJeeby......._.._...__.. 24.02 Circuit, in and for Flag r By Kathryn L. Emery an in Deed Book recorded -' foot street as now-
Six T Ranch Inc...............? 262.29 County<< Florida, Case No. 606-A, Deputy Clerk 383 laid out) with the
Jack Walker ....._..._........... 3.68 will within, the legal hours or April 10. 17. 24. May 1. 4 to 24. Records Page of, Flag Public Northeasterly line of
DALE B. BROWN JR. sale between 11:00 A. M. and 2:00P. : ler County Florida South Bacher Street.
Tax Collector M. on Friday the 25th day of together with l ; (A 50 foot street as
LeGAL AD nTISEMHNT a portion *
Flagler County Florida April 1969. door of o f Marlon ?;. now laid o ttli
April. 17. 24. 2tc. the Flagler abohtrc"o: t Street being moreparticularly Thence run So
Bunnell. Florida, offer for sale IN TifF 'COVNTYCOUHT. .JUDGE'S described Degrees 60 Minutes
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT and will sell at public auction to IN AND FOIL FLAG- as follows-: East along the said
-- ..- the highest and best bidder for I.KIl COUNTY, KIOIUUA. Commence at the Northeasterly line of
NOTICE OF UNPAID DELIN- cash all the Interestand IN PIIOIIATH 80S: Southwest said South Bacher
r4ht'title. corner of
OUKNT HVTANOIIII.F I.KIIMONAL. the da In re: Estate of" Street a distance of
said Tract
!' UOI'KUTV TAXES NckalmE.of DODIMEAD :andCORA : FRED LEWIS MORROW. same point being 18. the on 321.68 feet to the
As provided in Chapter 20723. L. DODIMEAD. and all Deceased. the center line of Easterly line of
Acts of ..theNn.rbl: hereby parties or persons bound by said NOTICE TO CREDITORS Chapel Street. as Marion Street'Thence
given I that*. personal Final Judgment in and to the TO: ALL CREDITORS AND ALL shown on a subdivision North Ol
property taxes assessed for following described property sit PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR of the said Dgrees 37 Minutes
1968 are now delinquent and beginning uated in the County of Flagler. DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Tract 18; Thencerun West a distance of
with April 1st such State of Florida to-wit: ESTATE: North 01 De- 134.66 feet to the
taxes are drawing interest of 1964 Chevrolet Station Wagon. You and each of you are here grees 37 MinutesWest 1 thisofdescription
1% per month unless .the Model No. S435 by notified and required to present along the West of
amounts set opposite each namo ID No. 45435A163138 any claims and demands line of said Tract Thence South 52 Degrees -
below are paid before the first The said property aa aforesaid which you oreither of you may 18 a distance of 125 50 Minutes
day of May, warrants will be issued being sold to satisfy said Judgr- have against the Estate of Fred feet to the point of East a distance of
thereon directing levy upon ment. subject to any and all Lewis Morrow. Deceased late beginning of this 764.99 feet; Thence
the intangible personal propertyof valid proper mortgages, liens of Flagler Florida, to description; Thencerun North 38 Degrees 26
the taxpayer for unpaid taxes and encumbrances and rights. the Honorable T..tyk. McKnlght. Easterly and Minutes East a distance
penalties and additional costs. DATED this 10th day of April. County Judge of Flakier County parallel to the South of 260 feet;
The names of the delinquent Intangible A. D. 1969. Florida, at his. Chambers in the line of said Tract Thence North 52 Degrees -
personal property tax- GEORGE M. MOODY. County Court House In Bunneil. 18 a distance of 110 60 Minutes
.payers and the amount of taxea Clerk Circuit CourtFlagler Florida within six month from feet: Thence run West a. distance of
and the first months penalty are County Floridafly the date of the'.first publication northerly and parallel 650 feet Thence
as follows: : /Kathryn L.Emery of this Notice. to the west line North 38 Degrees 26
Fred Lewis Morrow?._..... 32.64 Clerk Each claim or demand must be of said Tract 18 a>. Minutes East a distance -
James S. McDonounrh....... 8.24 LELAN'P .y SHAW In writing: and must state the distance of 110 feet; of 20 feet i
Ellen Philips...... .nt:63 Attorney for PlaintiffP. place of residence and post office Thence run Westerly more or less to the
DALE B. BROWN : O. Box 296 address of the claimant and must, and parallel to Northerly; line. of
Tax Collector Bunnell. Florida 32010 be sworn to by the claimant, his then South line of said Section 14
Flagler County FloridaApril April 17. Ito agent or his attorney. said Tract 18 a. distance Thence Westerly a-
17. ltc. DATED this 27th .day of of 122.5 feet long the North line
March A. D. 1969. : to the center line of of said ''Section 14.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT JAN MORROW ZEMINA. as Marion Street a distance of 289
Executrix of the Last Will Thence run South 01 feet more or less,
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT. IW' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO and Testament of FRED Degrees 37 Minutes to the Northwest
AND FOR VL.AGL.ICIt COUN- RROISTRR. FICTITIOUS NAME LEWIS MORROW. Deceased East along the cen- corner of said Tract
TY. FLORIDA In compliance with House Bill ULMER. MURCHISON. ASH-___ ter line of Marlon 2! Thence South 01
CIVIL, CAR! NO. B38-D \' No. 1175 Chapter. 20953. Laws of BY &; BALL Street a distance of Degrees 37 Minutes
JAMES E. TURNER. Florida. Acts of 1941. as Amended Attorneys for the Executrix 110 feet; Thence run a\erlyalO'fne
Plaintiff will register P. O. Box 479.Jacksonville r of
VII. ith'n: Clerk of the Circuit Florida 32201 111 to hettar said Tract 2 a distance -
ELIZABETH P. TURNER.. Court In and for Flagler Coun- April 3. 10. 17. 24 4te. extended of said of 139 feet
Defendant. ty.Florida upon receipt of proof Tract 18. a distanceof more or less, to the
NOTICE OF SUIT of publication of this notice the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: : 12.5 feet to the oStreetsbH: o nand .
TO: ELIZABETH P. TURNER following fictitious 'name: point of beginning. PARCEL. e
1201 First Avenue OCEANSHORE REALTY IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OB Parcel 3. A portion of Tract and Alleys described
LaGrange Georgia ASSOCIATES FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA 18. Block "6'. Sec- as follows:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat located at Flagler Beach Flor- tion 11. Township 12 (d) Marlon Street-
an action for a divorce has ida under which (we) will en- In f.se No. S21-D South. Range 30 North; from
been filed against you in the gage in the business of LOUIS E. HALLMAN East aa described # unnamed erect
above Court and you are required REAL ESTATE Plaintiff In an Instrument recorded 134.66 ;
to serve a copy of your writ and that the undersigned (are). LUC in Deed Book North of South
ten defenses If any. to the Complaint the only persons Interested In MARY LLE HALLMAN 19. Page 667. Public Bacher Street
1 to WALTER W. SNELL. said business. Defendant Records of Flagler t to Booe Street.

Attorney for Plaintiff whose address Dated at .Bunnell. Florida this NOTICE TO DEFEND County. Florida together ; (..) ". Unnamed
is 24 North Grandview 7 day of April A. D. 1969. THE STATE OP"' FLORIDA. TOl with a por- street or alley
Avenue. Daytona Beach. Florida onald R. Moore MRS. MARY LUCILLEHALLMAN .. -, < tlon-of.Chapal Street .- .,... i. ..-.-,.- ,... ... --. .North-.of South
and nl.-the ortg-iit*--wl4h"'.--*he"-'.l___ charleJP. Trad" -r +- T and i a. portion of .. Bacher Street
Clerk: of the above styled Courton Apr. 10. 17. 24. May 1 4tc 3429 Farmhlll Drive Marion Street all 'trom Booe
or before May 30. 1969. otherwise f > Falls Church Virginia.You being more particularly ; Street to, Marl-
'a Judgment may be enter- LEGAL are hereby notified that described ;; Street.f .
you for the relief demanded ADVERTISEMENTIN a suit has been flled against youin follows: Begin at ( ) Chapel Street
In the Complaint. the above entitled cause: and theSouthwest corner east from Marl
WITNESS my hand and seal of TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF you are hereby required to file of said Tract 18. on Street.
said Court on April 14. 1969. Fl.AUL.E2R COUNTY. FLORIDA your answer with, the Clerk of 4 the same point beIng You are hereby notified that
this Court.and -to the above petitioner has
GEORGE M. MOODY. serve a copy on the center broughtthis
Clerk Circuit Court In Case No. 833-R thereof upon the plaintiff or line of Chapel cause to condemn the property
(Seal) ADDIE BELL BROWN plaintiffs attorney whose name Street as shown on above described for & public
By Kathryn L. Emery PlaintiffANDREWVBROWN and address is: ',. a. Subdivision of the purpose to-wit: rathlf:11
Deputy Clerk ROBERT L. WILSON said Tract 18; struction of low r .
April 17. 24. May 1. 8. 4tc. : 441 South Rldgewood AvenueDaytona Thence Easterly along housing units and necessary appurtenances -
Beach Florida 32014'not the South line pertaining thereto
later than May 1. A. D., 1969. of said Tract 18 and and to acquire fee simple title
WI\\{ you fail to do so. Default the center line of to said lands.
be entered against you for said Chapel Street a You and each of you are here-
the relief demanded in the bill distance of 110 feet; rcommanded to be and appearin
of The nature of said Thence North 01 Degrees the Circuit 'Court for the
Flagler County Insurance Iro being for 37 Minutes, Seventh Judicial Circuit in and
DIVORCE West and parallel: to for }t1 flerda County Florida, on
WITNESS my. hand LeJ the West line of the of May, 1969at
of said Court this 18th said 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 or any of you have In and toany
(Official Sal> South line of said of the above described lands
By Kathryn L. Emery Tract 18 a distanceof and to show cause why the
All Forms of Insurance DeputyClerkMarch 122.5 feet to the same should not be taken for
27. 4 to center line of said the uses and purposes above described
1_ and for other relief as
Mar i Ion Street:
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Thence South 01 De- may be necessary or default will
gree 37 Minutes be al you.Also .
Runnell Florida 32010 IN CIRCUIT COURT. KLAGI.ISR. East along the cen- TAKE NOTICE that a
COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL ter line of Marlon Declaration of Taking has been
ACTION NO. 1O1S-A Street a distance of filed by Petitioner In the office"
LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSCRAIG TINE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF 125 feet; Thence of the Clerk of this Court. In
THE COUNTY OF* FLAG LEU. Easterly along a this cause of the taking of the
FLORIDA of the above lands for the aforesaid
a State Agency Projection of said purposes, as set forth In the
Petitioner_._._ Tract 18 a distance petition Sled In this cause and
Vs.EDDIE. of 12.5 feet to the that this cause will be broughton
WILLIAMS et .!.. point of beginning.Parcel for hearing before the Hon-
Defendants. 4. Lots 5 and 6. Block orable HOWELL W. MELTON. .
FUNERAL HOME NOTICE TO APPBAIt AND... 69.! Town of Bunnell Judge of this Court or other
DEFEND aa recorded In Plat Judge tonm"be be sitting In
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Book 1. Page 2. Public his place, 23rd day ot
Parcel. 2. Rosa Lee Jackson. Records of Flagler April 1969. at 11:45 o'clock A.M..
A. H..; CRAIG. Funeral Director formerly Rosa. County. Florida, and at Chambers, 1tllorf: n
Williams and her portions of Streets Courthouse un to
JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR husband. W. J. Jackson and Alleys adjacent consider said Declaration of
to the Lots 5and Taking and take such other
AND 6. srnparticularly;: more action as the Court deems
I I OXYGEN Juanlta Miller form- described proper as e1hl.Y law.
LADY erly Juanlta Williams as follows: Begin ALL rtyv to : and
CONDITIONED .EQUIPPEDCHAPEL and her husband at the most all parties in Interest may appear -
I ATTENDANT | Jack Miller. westerly corner of and be heard at that time
AMBULANCES all of Bunnell. Flor said Lot 5; thencerun and place.
ida. North 38 Degrees You are hereby required and
Parcel 3. Sam "Williams andCarrfe Minutes ordered to Ale your answer to
Phone ID 7-3532 Mae -Williams.his ., East loJ: the Southeasterly said petition In the office of :
wife, Bunnell. line of Booe the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA Florida Street a distance of Flagler County. Florida.
201 E. MOODY .Parcel 4. Eddie Williams and 125 feet to the cen- In the Courthouse. Bunnell.
wife Louella WIl- ter line of South Florida. on or before the
liams. Bunnell Flor- Chapel Street; 1st day of May. 1969 and
Ida Thence South 52 Degrees serve a copy of your said answer -
CITIZENS BANK OF 50 Minutes. upon LELAND B. SHAW
DUN N E L u. 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. 5. 6. 10 distance of 111.67 NJfICI: Hereby Ordered that this
EDWIN C. WILSON feet to the centerline and Order be publishedonce
after 3122 P. Street N. W.. of Marlon a week for four consecutive -
you see Washington. 7. D. C. Street: Thence South weeks prior to said date,
ATLANTIC NATIONAL 01 Degrees 37 Minutes In the Flagler Tribune a. news,
your doctor. .' BANK OF JACK East! along the paper having a general <*frculatlon -
SONVILLE. Jackson- center line of said In Flagler County, Florida.HEREIN : .
.t vine Florida, Marlon Street a distance FAIL NOTas a default -
s 7 AND of 166.71 feet; will be entered against
j bring yourprescription ** ESTHER WILSON. Thence North 52 De- you.
i 520' Elm Street. grees 50 Minutes WITNESS my hand as Clerk'
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to Street. Reading West along the cen- of said Court and the Seal ofl
> Pennsylvania. ter line of a 10 foot said Court this 25th day of'
: Testamentary Trustees alley a distanceof March. 1969. at Bunnell. Flag
under: the Last 2187 feet to theSoutheasterly ler County. Florida.
Will and Testamentof line of (Circuit Court Seal l
Raymond C. Wll- said Booe Street. : /GEORGE MOODY '
aon Thence North 38 Degrees GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk I
MAROARET ALDER 26 Minutes of the Circuit Court. Flag!
'Pf<<. 1 WILDER and ALLEN East s>' distance l of ler faUJY'R.Florida ,i
S. WILBER. 5 feet to the point /s/ l Shaw
her husband of beginning1. T.ELAND B. SHAW
Professional Bldg. 66 Oreenacres Avenue. One-half mineral rights including p. O. Box 296 _
SCa edal New oil paint rock or Ful- Bunnell Florida 32010
YorkTHOMAS ler's earth or other v..luabl- ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER
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MANY ATTEND CAR BLESSING-F:ESTIVAL
I 4-THE FLACLER TRIBUNETHURS.. APRIL 17. 1969
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Would You -.
UDC AWARDS CROSSES OF MILITARY SERVICE
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4 ry I I'n A r,:K y 'k a Y'I I 9 vr, +6. It Happened In Flagler I ,.

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10 YEARS AGO '. .

The Bunnell Band swept
honors at the District Contest

at Starke, receiving straight

"superior" 'ratings in all performances ,%\
in the Class C Di
vision.

y (-0-)

The Idlewood Club of Bun

nell lineup for the basketball

game against the Sevllllan
Club game in Seville were Pat

Cowart, Louise Harris, Gwen
McGriff Ann Shel-
Margaret
Car Blessing was the event that drewa
The Third Annual
ton, Myrna Knight, Virginia
Kiwala, Peggy King, Gail large crowd to Korona Sunday. The affair, sponsored by the
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'hoto By Ted He In Kelly and Naomi Rodgers. Korona Community Club was held in front of the St. Christopher

The first Crosses of Military Service were awarded to the (-o-) Shrine. About, 3OQattended the outdoor ceremony.

above recipients by The United Daughters of The Confederacy, The VFW Chapter was reorganized -..... .. ,'_._ ... !'''" .
with Wilfred Hunter
General Joseph Eggleston Johnston Chapter, at a meeting named temporary commanderand rA

Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry Atkinson. Mrs. Harold Higginbothamt

M. B. Fuller was cohostess. About: 20 attended. o r a r y quartermaster.
Recipients of Crosses of Military Service were 1 to r, Zach Twenty-five prospective memo

Holland, who received the award posthumouly for his brother, bers signed the applicationfor
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David Lyle Holland; Mrs Katherine Bankston received the charter..

award posthumously for her son, Howard Samuel Bankston; :Mrs. (-o-)

H.. H. Murray accepted the award for her son Harry Halford Murray Carol .Hosklns and Suzette

Rock Hill, S..C., who was unable to attend; and Ernest Walton King were the winner and .3 i
k'h +Re
In the BUS Annual : __
Johnston, Jr. fir his service in WorldVar II. The ceremony runnerup
Spelling Contest. Flagler
was conducted by Chapter President, Mrs.'Z. G,.Holland, assisted Beach School winners were

i;y' the. Chapter Recorder of Crosses, Mrs< H;' T Cook. Kandayce Lovell and Linda

The. Crosses of'Military Service,,''the'outgrowth, of the Cross Skolar.

of Honor awarded to Confederate veterans, include WWI Cross (-0-) 4iiEce1s

of. Military Service; Spanish-American; Philippine Insurrection
*#
TWENTY YEARS AGO .
; WWII; Korean and Vietnam.;The decorations have been 4

established as a testimonial to the [patriotic devotion of certain With two washing and pack. + t

Confederate Veterans and their descendants, and are not given Ing plants in operation, the B

for any one special act of bravery, but to officers and privates Flagler County 1949 white potato
alike for endurance. harvest season began ......-f rr

Monday, March 21 with sever Ladles of the Altar Society and Rosary Society prepared

SEAFOOD DISHESDEMONSTRATED RETURN TO GEORGIAMr. al ticipating.of the larger growers. par. traditional Polish fare for:,the luncheon at St. Mary' Church

FOR : and Mrs. Frank McGee ,(.0-) Hall Sunday. More than '200 attended the,annual 'ev nt. Mrs.

IDLEWOOD CLUB left Sunday to return to their Julian Clifton, who, was Martha Zysk was, .chairman" of the luncheon.
home in Rome, Ga. after visit. acting postmaster at Flagler

:Mrs. Gaily Atchley home ing at Flagler Beach two Beach. had been named post- Weekend visitors at the VISITS, RELATIVESMrs.
economist Marketing Divis- weeks' with their son and master. 1 home of Mr, and Mrs. Webb
ion, Florida Board of Conser- daughter In law Attorney and (-0-) Brooks. Bunnell, were their Marvin Strickland and
vation, Jacksonville, demon.:. ,Mrs. Farris McGee and child The municipality of Flagler daugh:er, Miss Gwen .Brooks, so::: and Mrs. James' ;Dupont
strated the preparation and ren. Beach was seeking to have a Blue Mountain College, Miss., and children spent the week
serving of seafood dishes to I, special act passed by the leg. Misses Charlotte Palmer and end at 'Clermbnt and .Grove-
Idlewood Club members and + Mrs. John Schmidt of Cald- islature to 'provSeJa.: virtuallynew Joyce Thomas,' both of BlueMountain' land Florida'visiting with

guests at a meeting Tuesday 'well. N. J.; visiting at Flag. charter for the town. College;. and ''Miss relatives.. t. ,... ... '
night. The meeting was at the :? ler Beach 'with her son in law Two years 'ago ((1947), the Mary:Callahan of Belle-Glade., \.j. ) '!
home of Mrs. Dale Brown, Jr., and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. old charter.was abolished anda Mrs. Inez Anderson of At.*

preside nt. Jeff Davis and son Harold.IN new charter enacted, which Mrs. Margaret Clegg. Mrs.Betty lanta, Ga. spent last weekendat
Club members, who voted the commissioners said had Hawkins and Paul For. Bimini as rguest of,her son
last month to sponsor the GAINESVILLE HOSPITAL not worked out satisfactorily. sythe spent Tuesday at Malt- In law and daughter, Mr. and

Cancer Drive, set April 16-X8 Clifford, Higginbotham underwent .. (-. i\ land and Sanford visiting rel Mrs. Lloyd Robertson.BIRTHDAY .
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as dates for the drive. Mrs. surgery at :J. Hlllis atives.

Dave Perryman and Mrs. W. Miller Hospital,,,im Gainesville THIRTY- YEARS-.AGO .

W. Deen are drive chairmen.. Monday. His room number is Peter R. Perri'of St. Augus. DATA
The door prize was won by CALENDAROF
tine purchased the Lambert Happy birthday this week to:
Mrs. Tom Lenssen.
541..S Building, 'Moody Blvd. and EVENTS Today: Florence Schwenk,
The May meeting will beat Donovan and Jail Hein
;eve Railroad Street, In Bunnell. Linda Ann McNitt, Kenn
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the home of Mrs. .Charles, the weekend at St. Pet .
spent Price for the property was Thursday, April 17: Flagler Whitney.
Chambers. ersburg visiting Steve's mother $7,750 according to deed filed Beach City Commission meetsat Friday? Mat Hafer, Capt.
Mrs. Edward Foos. in the courthouse. 7 p. m. Sisco Deen.Saturday.
HOME FROM VISIT
(-0-) (-0-) : Margaret Albre-
Mrs. A. F. Tucker has returned The first potatoes of the cht, Tammie Lynn.
to her home In Bun- Friendly Circle will meet at
doityourselfTHRIFT season went out from the Monday: Marie Michaels,
8 p. m. at the home
of
nell after several visit Mrs.
days Haw Creek Mary :J.
section to Jacksonville Oliver Stua John R. .Mee,
at Cocoa with her sons and for shipment to New Bunnell.Taylor, ,Magnolia Ave., Howard"McNitt.HI.Tuesday .

families Mr. and Mrs. Marvin -' York by boat..4 :die potatoes ( .) : John C. Sears, Bo
-o
Tucker and. Mr. and Mrs.
came from the K. K. Knight McDaniel Victor Buckles, Amy
Gilbert Tucker. COIN CAR WASH farm and from )i. small acreage Flagler Community Nursing Rundle, Phyllis Hirschi, Leona
Before returning home she '
where the1 Council Poosch.
; plants will meet
visited at'Miami. pad at 9:30: a. m.
suffered damage from ,cold at the Flagler County Health Wednesday: Mittie McKinnon -

25 weather. Department, Moody( Blvd., Tony Sovoia; _
HOME FROM HOSPITAL
(-0-)lA Bunnell.
Terry Cummins has returned Garden Club, was organized (-0-) LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
to her home at Flagler Famous pressure spray at Flagler Beach. Mrs. IIV THE: COUNTY JUIJGK'S
Beach after being a patient gives your car a "long-last Charles Parker ..was elected Friday, April 18: Volunteer COURT I.KIl IN AND FOrt KL.AG-
several days at Putnam Memorial lag lustre" . leaves it like president; Mrs. T. Bruner, workers of the Flagler Cancer IN ItOIIATR COUNTY OO7 FLOIUDA

Hospital, Palatka, where new again. New cars washed recording, secretary; Mrs. A. Crusade will meet at 8 p. m. ANGUS IN HK: ESTATE OF
she underwent leg surgery. regularly wlth'Thrlft-T eden A. Tinker, treasurer. Commit. at the home of Mrs. W. W. Deceased.ItEVNOL.03.. SH.,

tiiie formula do not need to tee chairman elected were Dr. Deen, Moody Blvd., Bunnell. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
of
Miss Diana McKnlght and be waxed or polished. .. .ever. Dora Simpson. Mrs. Ella Wal (-0-) ANOUS.All creditors S. REYNOLDS of the Estate SR.. Deceased
Miss Julia Morris of Land- Come on out and try it. lace and Mrs. Joe Congwer. are hereby notified and
over Md. have returned home Monday, April 21: Bunnell required to file any claim or demands -
(-0-) City Commission which they may have
after spending a week at Flag. THRIFTCAR A. M. Me Daniel and M. B. 7:30 meeting at ot aa'"t the' said Estate In the office
p. m. County
Judge of Flagler
ler Beach visiting Diana's parents Fuller, Joint owners of The (. .) County Klorlda. In the Court
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc Flagler Tribune since January o House at Bunnell. Florida, withIn -
sIx (6) calendar months from
Knight ,Jr. 1, 1924, announced that the VFW Auxiliary will meet the date of the first publication
WASH partnership had been dissolved at 8 P- mat the Post Home of this Notice. Each claim or demand -
muat be and
-In
NEW YORK VISITORSMr. Fuller purchasing all of West Moody Blvd., Bunnell. must state the place writing or.residence.
and Mrs. Robert Vini- lIS i Mr. McDaniel's Interest In the (-oAm -) and claimant post office address of the

combe'of' Niagara Falls, N. Y. BUNNELL, FLORIDA business. #can Legion Post 115 bv: the claimant and must his agent be sworn or his to

are staying at the A1A Motel P. S. Don't forgot; to do your (-O-) regular ..meeting 8 p. m. at attorney according or to It law will, become. void
while spending ten days vacationing laundry at Amy's Laundry. FORTY the Bunnell Civic Center. D1.TliR.is r 20 196$
at Flagler Beach. YEARS AGO e (-o.) 'J" IIEY&OL.DS. JR.
Executor of the Estate! of'
The Flagler 'County Can- : Tuesday, April 22: Bunnell ANGUS a REYNOLDS Sr..
'' vassing Board made a thorough Lions Club luncheon.rneeting M. DEAN; NELSON; i
TIME canvass of the votes and at 12:15 p. mo at.thBunnell Attorney 2J2 Third for the Estate
; Avenue
confirmed the election of Mr. Civic Center. I t ) Dayton Beach.. Florida
ATLANTIC HARDWARE .., I iA.S.- Fowler;';;;,as ithe: jBepresen- to (.o.. April 17.2.. May 'I. 8. 4tOKIATIVO

.11 tatlve of Flagler county In the Order of Eastern 'Star Chap. LEGALADVERTISEMuNT
"A:, III 3i < > I I legislature of Florida to fill !er No. 93 will Jtleetlt AN"
8PNl1J :
Af"T
the unexpired term of the t the Masonic Lodge, S. y) C"' OI .)"OAItD(I- "OK! *TO**<*Till**&*
Bay
SUPPLY?! c Q., Ac I JI Hon' .I., I.Moody. Street, Bunnell. 1''r.I.I.t COUNTY A till .t
-: .1<(-o-) f. (.o-) .t0; School authorising Board the'to Flaglernromfe Issue

The FEC railway had con- Wednesday, April F23 'Pl g cr .deRoe"i"gfr} notes or other evl l
structed a to the Haw Jer Woman's Indebtedness In an
spur Club amount up to >250000.00
meeting : paya-
MOODY'BLVD.. .FLAGLER. BEACH Creek country which was to scheduled for today hg 'been 61a .trom.unemcumbered funds
be converted Into a regular xlstponed'"until.. ad than those derived from
> taxes
Wednesday vaiorenr for the
PHONE 4392303I line before long for the hand. April 30. There will be Install.; of buildings relocating' 'exl.Ung school

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I 5-THE rLACLEH TRIBUNE THURS, APRIL 17. 1969 LIBRARY Libraries have been the ON DEAN LIST

WEEK.. 1969 cornerstone of civilization
BHS 1969 PINEA TO PUBLISHERS recorded history. Buzzy McKnight has been
of 20.26 this throughout
week April
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The ,
the Dean list at
They were never more so than placed on
1s set aside as National '
.. year
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Library Week. .During this now. Knowledge especially In Florida State University with .
scientific fields expands at, a 3.8 ,' ]
time the peculiarly human a average.
I fantastic rate and an education :'1
f. characteristic that accounts
r can truly never be com- McKnlght, son of Mr. and ..,
for all of man's accomplish' I'
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ment Is to be commemoratedthe pleted but must be constantly Mrs.; J. H., McKnlght Flagler
ability to store the sum sought throughout a lifetimeof Beach Is senior at the,univer- ,' ;
I Libraries remaina '
; total build of new his knowledge knowledge upon and It. primary learning.tool of learning. sityj; He Is an English .major.' ,' '

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Theo C. Hein, BHS 1969 Pinea Advisor, 1, observes the pro- : ; 1
cess Involved In producing the school annual ait Crown Pub-

lishing Co. at Orlando. Explaining the method is Sales Represen .
tative Carlisle Morris. This is the the first year the school an-

nual has been printed by a Florida company. The 1969 edition ..
consists of 128 pages and completely covers all school activities. INVENTORY .. ..
"This will be one of' the finest books produced at Bunnell High .' ,

School", Hein said. A limited number of annuals have been ordered
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and copies may be reserved by mailing a deposit to Mr. .'... .

Hein or any member of the Pinea staff. :I,,:. :',.' i

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the Chapel Fund and the like .' ;::1. ',.f .. "
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amount of $100. was also received ;' I
fromthe Catholic ':. ,: :' '
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Churches and Father Leon, ? t;
Mr. Charles A Donahue of Box ',J
? 788 Flagler Beach,, has grac :- .r '1

.l iously, offered to' donate the .,,' Jlc.( SALLE ;

cross for the chapel which will ,#.'.' ...:1. '.;''
be placed on the wall behind 1l. .....1" ....';;.' : .
the altar. It is anticipated thata .1.:.. '' t,. \ '
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small tape player will also
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be purchased so that religious .; 1
music can be played during '; \
meditation hours in the chap '

el.ing Contributions accepted and are are still neededfor be- Begins i' 9 a. m. April 18 thru ;April 29th. Our -store J Jwill ;

the 'altar ,the 'paneling of ,

the chapel and meditationroom close at I 17 to for sale. .l
t the carpet for the chapel p. m. April prepare .

and other miscellaneous .t.. ,.
articles that would be used in Also,/'we will be closed April 30th For ,inventory. :

the chapel proper. Those desiring ;' ,1' .
to contribute may do so .
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by contacting the administrator -..' > ,
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'UPMER R. "BENTLEY of the Bunnell General '. ,t .. ;

Hospital or: forwarding' a 'Spring? Dresses Suits' Coat Ensembles :' }
PafienUjSpeakin9 check made out. to the Bun- ., I ;
nell General Hospital Chapel ,' ,a" Reduced for Clearance .
Fund, and mail it to the Ad. ,'ft/. I. ''. ., '. '. . .
ministrator's attention at the '" '
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Bunnell General Hospital ,\ "r .. and ,; ) ,
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Bunnell, Florida. ." $12. UpSKIRTS '.' nl'fot! .,. .
By Bentley > .: ..
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MRS. BHEDE'S .
will
National'Hospital Week j
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be observed during the:week BROTHER DIES OFF IJ-;
of May 11 thru May 17. 1969., V4 JR. SIZES. 5-15 '- MISSES SIZES 1O-2O :IJt t .

National Hospital Week is IN IPA.
sponsored by the American :Mrs. Frank Brede Flagler :SLACKS. 14 OFF (ONE RACK) JRS.. AND MISSESTops J ; .
Hospital Association along Beach received word last V V j '
with Florida State. Hospital week of the death of her :.11
Association in recognition of brother Theodore Ohm who r
the work the hospitals and passed away unexpectedly of. t,
hospital employees have.con a heart 'attack Wednesday V .
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tributed towards, the welfareof morning at his home at Pitts. : ," ,..., Drastically Reduced ".;" ;
the nation. National Hospital burgh Pa.
Week traditionally falls He is survived by his wife KNITTOPS BLOUSES PANTS TOPS SHELLS '

during the week In which the ,Martha; three sons: ,one ."", ..<: V V V .1i':
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birthday of Florence Nightin- daughter; five sisters; and ., ,... ... ,
gale is also obseryed. Bun- eight grandchildren. ', '

nell participate General Hospital fully In Intendsto this Pittsburgh Funeral Pa.services were at Lingerie-Odds 'n Ends-Famous Makes Re- f .

worthwhile endeavor and '
duced for Clearance'" .
should any of the organiza CARD OF THANKSI .
tions in the surrounding area '
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of Flagler County; wish for to'ha thank all of my friends CHEMISES BRAS GOWNS GIRDLES V', f.:: ,.-,.
available
e a speaker visited sent flowers .
any of their programs during who cards letters me and other kind SLIPS BRIEFS PAJAMAS SLIPPERS .r I .
month, please
that week or
remembrances while I was a
feel free to contact the admin.. patient in Bunnell General :I'i; 'f

istrator at any time. Hospital recently. All of your .

The Chapel Fund has been consideration is deeply appre PANTY HOSE BY KAYSER 2 PAIR .$3.99 ,,(Reg: $2.50 Each) t i .....
officially opened and contri- ciated. Petite Medium, Medium Tall, Tall V:
butions to date have been re- Also I want to thank the .1'
ceived from Father Leon .doctors nurses, nurses aides' I r .
Priest in charge along with and all staff members for I f
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contributions from St. Stevens their excellent attention and "
SUPPHOSE REGULAR $4.95 $5.95 Now $3.99 (Limited Supply! .
Church of Bunnell St. Mary's administrations to me while :
Church of Korona and the there. GLOVES REGULAR $2.OO NOW 2 --Pr. $3.00. ; ":. ,
Blessed Sacrament Chapel in May God bless each ,of you .
Flagler Beasch. A patient who In a special way,is my prayer. .
prefers to remain anonymoushas
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6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUR&. APRIL 17. 1969 FLAGLER

XJFEUNERS ENJOY lacks !the practical repentence CHURCH 'r I Ii CHURCH DIRECTORYCATHOLIC

which reforms the heart and ..,
FISH FRYPentecostal enables man to do the will ofwisdom" II. "

Holiness Church Science and Health i I II CHURCHESThe
Lifellners enjoyed a fish fry at with Key to the Scriptures by 4I. .G1 '" l. Father fJ Anthony
Mary Baker Eddy). >
the Bunnell Civic Center. Eugene Lon-PastorSt.
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Nipper was chairman of
the event. Sixty-five attended. PENTECOSTAL God is through worship., That, Mary Church Korona
Games were enjoyed and CHURCH CHICKEN Weekly SermonBunnell Is, only as we live in relation. Sunday Mass........... 7:3O a. m.
prizes were awarded. DINNER FRIDAY First United ship to others, and as we pre Weekday Masses: Monday.
sent ourselves properly as Wednesday and Friday, 830{
SUNDAY SERVICES AT The Bunnell Pentecostal Methodist Church sons and daughters of God a. m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Holiness Church will sponsora Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor can, we pay proper respect -
"chicken dinner" Friday AN ALTAR TO THE LORD and homage to the Almighty.This Blessed Sacrament Chapel.
CHURCHES APRIL 20 April 18 at the Bunnell Civic includes a time of devotion Flagler Beach
"What< doth.the Lord requireof Center. Serving will start at Man innately worships 'because and worship. The Sunday Mass ..._......9OO a. m.
thee but to do Justly and 11:30 a. m. and continue until this Is an Inborn trait. church affords a place of fellowship Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
to love mercy and to walk 1:30 p. m. However, he may worship in for communal wor Thursday and Saturday at
humbly with they God?" Boxed dinners will be de. the wrong way. To worship ship. As the men of old founda 9:00: a. m.Catechism.
This verse from Mlcah sets livered. For takeout orders means to 'pay particular respect place' and time to worshipso Classes. 3:00 p. m.
the theme of the Bible Lesson. call 437-3925 or 437.3729: to an object or a personin must we. "So Abram moved Tuesday..
Sermon on "Doctrine of Atone- Proceeds will go toward a sense of reverence."When his tent, and came and ,.,
ment" which will be heard church projects. a person gives undivided attention dwelt by the oaks of Mamre St. Stephens, Bunnell
Sunday at all Christian to self.centered objects which are at Hebron; and Sunday Mass:..._...10:30 a. m.
Science churches. or people who relate in a there he built an altar to the Catechism 'Classes: 3 p. zn.
A correlative passage from THANK YOU personal way for the individ Lord." Genesis 138. Tuesday. .
the denominational textbook The family of the late little ual's own gratification then Confessions before all masses.
comments: "Every pang of repentance Odell Giddens wish to thank some sort of worship is evi DORCAS CLASS Weekday' Devotion: Novenato
and suffering every their many friends, white and denced. This type of worship FISH FRYTONIGHT Our Lady Wednesday and
effort for reform every good colored for their love kindnesses restricts and limits the indi Saturday after Mass.Community .
thought and deed will helpus flowers cards and vidual.
to undertsand Jesus' atonement everything that was received God has given us the .ability The Dorcas Sunday School Memorial
for sin and its efficacy; from everyone in our sad to reach a' fullness of life Class of Bunnell Baptist Church
but if the sinner continues to hours of the loss of our son:, by relating to Him and othersin Church will have a fish fry Daytona AY*.. Flagle Beach
pray and repent sin and be May God ever bless and a power way. We respect tonight at 6:30 p. m. at the Reverend XL W. Dickert. Pastor
sorry he has lltttle part In keep you all. people. We possess use and church recreation hall for Sunday School .._.._.._.--9:45
the atonement,-in the atonement Mr. and Mrs. James need things. However the only their families and invited Worship Service _. _.11:00
with God,-for he Giddens and Family proper relationship with guests. Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
each month at 2 p. m.
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First Baptist Church

804829.5507r XUv. Charlie Anders.. Pastor
Moody Boulevard Bunnell
-" Sunday School..9:45: a. m.

': :f\ t. : : /: n. d:' :,. ... Worship Servlce..J.lOO a. m.
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: :, ... Evening Worship.630 p. m.
Adult Choir Rehearsal 7:3O
,.,. Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m. ,

C) .-n'J Monday ,
: YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd
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'.L. ROUTE 1 BOX 122 ST./AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA...32084 Prayer. Meeting: 7:30 p. m.
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4, : Junior. Choir: 3:30 p. m. ,
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.,; '. ', r. Dear Flagler County Residents '. .: ; I I .:-- <',' ..J, t:" .{'.:.; :t ,:y Lambert: Avenue. Bunnell

'I'P"; ; During the past 30 years Marineland has? extendedlarea residentsspecial :,: ? ,\(("', Rev; Oliver Taylor.. Pastor

f'. :" .'1. 't-4 reduced admission rates.. In recent times, these have been nom- ... : : Sunday School.945 a. m.
;Y'; '''ii'tc '" "i inal charges of 50c for adults and 25c for children. Worship Service..._11:00 a. m.
JM A If. ; ,. '1 Cw 1 .f. Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45
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",\ /," '\. ,: :r ::9 : Special :rate considerations:would :appear to be"an ,honorable gestdre .,: '...(:::,, :.. ':\,"" Chlldrens" p. m.Choir Wednesday Rehearsal:
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,. and certainly this has been our intent. However it is"admittedly in our ., ;". ( '(;,-.'i ." 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3
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.' interest that all residents be encouraged to visitMarineland. The rea :,t"'s' ; 1"' '\:; 3 p. m.
is twofold confident that will*' enjoy the attraction Y" ,. : ; 'MYF 2nd and 4th Sundays
:'. i ._.' ,son :, we are they :
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and that shall it "the to see". .....: ''' 6:30 m.
: they come endorsing as thing p.
.a : ....... away .r-----. ; ._
IJ'; : t' ,'It. i 'J' t: WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
,:; .::', 9a.m.
: : The basic product of our attraction is the"taid; admission to seethe :'1.\:'

.. "\ 1.: exhibits and programs. The expense: of presenting this spectacle "i \. Friendly- Circle at 8 : 3rd m.,Thursday

J:' is defrayed only by .the paid admissions. Without this income it would .' Methodist Men p.: 3rd Wednes-

;;.' be impossible for the attraction to exist financially and our 150 employees J..., [.. 1 day at 7:15 p. m.
your neighbors, would have to look elsewhere for work. When :: :4'

'admissions are given away the same principle 'is, involved as a restau- .: Flagler Beach United

.; rant giving away a meal, a motel a room for the night, or a store its ,'.f" : Methodist Church
: saleable product or service. The paid admission is the lifeblood of the :'.:' : ;*: T; Reverend Reynold :N. Hoover

'I : .. attraction and therefore can be given away only for good and sufficient :: .; :> yt< ','. Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach

". cause. Church SChool..._.......9:45 a. m.
:: ""'; \ ;, Morning WorshIp..J.l:00 a. m.

'... .' L\":, Recognizing the importance of admission charges to our operation, "J::' : MYF. ..._.,-......-...........6:30 'J), m.
!,. we hope that the announcement which it is the purpose of this letter .L"; '.: ,; Womens Society Christian

". : htJ to make will be appreciatively received. ,Our a.ction is intended to be : :': 1'. ',., Service:. 2nd Thursday of each
: 1- month at 9:30
;' :..,. ? \ '. a further expression of gratitude for your continued interest and support : .. s'..'', ':'.' Methodist Men a.: Dinner m. -meeting
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of Marineland. ., _"\._. at 6 p. m. 2nd Monday
a,') .: 'r 1'l"" Is'.\..: each month.
Effective this date, residents and their dependent families will be ,',. :

; : admitted absolutely FREE of charge at Marineland, ,upon presentation ;:,:. PENTECOSTAL

of their valid Flagler County driver's license. As in the past, guests ;,',; HOLINESS CHURCH
will be asked to countersign a ticket office form. Married couples I : '>'" BunnelL Off Frona St.

: should provide identification of relationship when both do not havedrivers' ',..,.: Reverend:" T. D. Peacock. PaatoSunday"
School..._...10:00
.: rr."\ -.). .,' '. licenses. Persons 'without drivers' licenses may have their coun- .} Worship Service..._.11OO: a.a. m.m.

ty residency authenticated at the Administration Building weekdays Prayer Meet._Wed.'7:30 p. 'm.
\, from 8 :30 to 5 :00 .
..;;., a. m. p. m. < "', Worship Serv..sun. 7:30 p. m.
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<.,:' '' Children must be accompanied by their parents to be eligible for St. Thomas EpiscopalThe

," : m .':'<" 11"\" ";" FREE: Admission. Educational school groups and organized groups of Rev. Thomas ftfably

'* 'Y'.j '3''::; .. :: residents may schedule FREE tours of the attraction through the 'Public Priest In Charge .
I. :i tj'" Relations Department. 3 miles east of Bunnell on
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:' ;. : Please accept, our invitation to visit us soon and return often. ';1i' r r'" Morning Worship....10:00 a. m.
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.., .' -. Rev. Max Hall. Pastor
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.: .. :. :;; ," ::1" < :ty.: .. r ":';;'M-1: Hymn Sing first
". ,\ ..ftJ CIH. .-, ..d ..iYf-. Bo' C. Townsend Jr 'S '. : Sunday, each month 7 p. m.

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CAMPER FOR SALE 40 pass- About 3;THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS., APRIL 17 1969 !
+ J enger school bus converted in-
to camper. 3 bunk beds, dresser Ralph Harbert of Flagler Naval Station-.Box 6WT I
ADVERTISING sInk, water tank, table &: 'Our Servicemen Beach. San Diego, Cal. 92136 t
His new address Is:
iVnlrscaPeting. Wired for PFC James E. HarbertCo. VAN DUONG CAUSEWAY
volts.
& New engine good' MOODY. IN VIETNAM
iii tlres-al1 aluminum body- !(v."'q1 I A 1/14 Inf. 3rd BDE Seabees 1 of Naval'' Mobile
$1300.00 or best offer. '''Call SFC Robert Moody, III is 4th Div. 2 nd Pit. Construction Battalion '1211sDelta
439.2537. stationed at Long Blhn, Viet San Francisco Cal.
_. Apr. 17, 2tc. nam US Army Poste Moody is ,APO 96355 'Company are engagedIn

TROPIC GARDENSLet --- the son of Mr. and.Mrs. Rob, IN VIETNAM the ,reconstruction:of an old
us help beautify Flagler O. F. ALFORD ert Moody of'Bunnell. French salt water exclusion
Technical Sergeant Cyril M. north of Hue. The
causeway
County. Large variety of evergreens Ills address is: ,
Registered Slovak, son'of Mr. and Mrs. original destroyed
causeway was -
palms, hedge plants. SFC Robert Moody, III
Jerry J. Slovak of Bunnell Is the U. S. In
by
Navy
5% miles S of Bunnell on Real Estate Broker HQUSARV. AG-DRO .
member of Air Force order
a an to free a barge which
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc APO San Francisco, Cal.
Communications Service unit had floated upstream over the'causeway
Bunnell 96375
Florida In Vietnam that has earned during high water.
SEPTIC TANK .
cleaning drain -
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fields Installed: Rota-Roter ENLISTS IN WAC /the Air Force OutstandingUnit Builder Third Class HowardE.
shell. Award for the fourth Counts of Bunnell Is one
snail Reasonable
prices. 3 Gallons Latex Carol Fryman. daughter of consecutive 'i
$5.75 year. of the members of the crew
Call George Jarosz. 437.3410
Free Choice Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fryman,
of 70 Color. Sergeant Slovak Is an air who have been working on.
8-l.tf Interior or Kxtcrlor Bunnell, has enlisted in the controller
traffic with the the causeway.
SINGER zigzag .1968 model YEOMANS Women's Army Corps. She reports 964th Communications Groupat "
used less than three PAINT FACTORY to Fort McClellan, Ala. Pleiku AB, Vietnam, that HOME FROM VIETNAM

months. .guarantee. .,.Makes Ormond 1820 NOVA Ilenrh IIOAIJ- lt-a.3O bama basic April training.24 where she will was cited for outstanding proficiency S/Sgt. .James H. Minchewr
buttonholes, fancy ,stitches lhon> 877'-Joj020 enter in providing direct II
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Carol is ''a 1967 :graduate of US Army, arrived home from.
darns, monograms, sews on communications, navigational, Vietnam April 6. for thirty-
School.
Bunnell High
buttons without attachments.Pay aids and air traffic control in days leave. /
balance 'of $44-or 6 payments HASTINGS MATTRESS RETURNS TO DUTY' the combat zone during the He will report to Vint Hill
at $8 month.:' For more & UPHOLSTRY WORKS period from July 1967 through Farm Station, Warrenton, Va.MajTTTfor .
information, :'C all '734.0018 or Sgt. Patrick Barrow has returned June 1968. assignment of duty -
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write Service' 'Sewing CenterP. Lemon St. to duty at McCoy Air with the Army.HOSPITAL.
O. Box 393, Deland, Florida Palatka, Florida Force Base, Orlando, after PROMOTEDRufus
32720. March 13, TFC Phone EA 5-9166' spending ten days leave in J. Smith,' son of Mr.
Furniture Upholtering Bunnell. He is the son of Mrs. and Mrs. N. X.Durramce, Flag NOTES: '
FOR SALE Smith Corona Repaired & Refinished Charles Worley, Bunnell. ler Beach, has been promotedto
adding machine; Remington Mattresses & Box Springs Sgt. Barrow was stationedat airman first class In the U. Admissions and.Dicharges : .
portable' typewriter; Remington Made to Order Also Renovated Guam six months before S. Air Force. April 8.15 '
standard typewriter; 2 his assignment toMcCoy AFB. .
Call Morris Airman Smith Is
non-electric car coolers! Eng- Laura 437.3233 an auto- ADMISSIONS.
lish racing bicycle scuba divIng After 6:00 P. M. HOME ON; LEAVE -.. motve repairman at McConnell .
equipment movie PRICES REASONABLE AFB Kan., in a unit of Fraser Sullivan, Willard Pre-
; camera Sgt. Gary'Watson, US Army,
the Tactical Air CommandThe
vost, Leola Young, Albertus
with telephoto lens; pup tent; BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED is leaveat
spending twenty days
airman 'Is a graduateof Clark, Michele Whalen, Ros-'
canvas folding cot. Call 439.. Just
as near as your Flagler Beach. He is the son -
Bunnell High .School. anna Tidwell, Eva Mae Walker -.
2290.< 'ApI', 17...Itc. Phone or Post Office of Mrs. George Moody. Freddie Jones, Alsar Gull-

FOR RENT: Furnished Bache. Drop Us a Card or Call Sgt. Watson, who returned ABBOTT BROTHERS ette, Toulou Gordon Velma

lor Apt.,, 1 bedroom, living Free Pick-up & Delivery home in December from duty'at HOME ON'LEAVE Pagans, Nettie Mae Hudson,,
room and kitchen. Call 437. Korea, is assigned to Fort Jimmie C. Crews,Thomas Fred,
3304. April 17, ito. Bliss,'Texas. CT2 Robert Abbott, who has Bennett, Rudye I* Shamtolen.'
been stationed at Anchorage, James Mackison, Ethel Dur-
NEW-2 speed 22 inch fan J. SERVING IN VIETNAM r, Alaska with the US Air Force, rance, Gabriel Neely, Madelyn,
$18.95 New wringer type" RENEW YOURDRIVIR'S PFC James Harbert is serving and A-1a'Jack Abbott Laugh: Neely, Audrey Waterman, O.
washer $9950.with trade. Jer- LICENSE at Vietnam with the sin, AFB, Texas, are spending C. White.
ry's Furniture:Old Dixie Hwy. DURING YOUR United States Army, Harbert their leaves.at Flagler Beach -
2 mi. S. Korona, ,Ph.:4373752. BIRTH MONTH is the son of Mr.1: and Mrs. with their parents, Mr. and DISCHARGES:

Apr. 17, .Itc. Mrs. Jack Abbott. Joseph Whitesides, Velma
Robert will report to Home Fagans, Baby Girl Fagans.
stead AFB, Florida, where he Fritz Howell, Thomas S.
.'_ .. .... has been assigned to duty
/ Brooks, Frances Bowers, Al ber-
:J;, \"[. Non-stop hot water! after 30 days leave. Jack will tus Clark, William Prevost E.
>: : return to Texas after\ tweny W. Brown, Ellie Louize, Frank- .
: :: ; days leave.
;: ; .. lin Cauley, Mae Hendren Ros-
r. _.fi. ( '," ,' NEW; ADDRESS, \ 'arina Tidwell, Betsey Sousa
( ... ?.-.. 'L..o.u ,- Get all the hot water you want... when and where you wariPit.For .tr.t.r. : Erlck Kuleskl, Michele Whal- '
.. Jo_. MM3 Walter A. Townsend, _enr, Naomi Hosford i Alsar.
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shower baths laundry.dishes..,.everything:That's part of what/rakes;
Bunnell, has'a' new'address- Gullette, Sherman Glover.
<.,1'1.' r.!\ .'.: J. electric, water heating carefree.You'll also enjoy precious peace of;mind: J... Service School Command Oveda Faw.
.. '' 'rb"" with flameless electric: no pilot light, no fumes no flue.YOU can tuck an*p': ,

:_ f4'I electric water heater into any convenient spot even a closet or under, ;a >. .t

f kitchen counter. And you get all the economy of sunshine,servjcea )

..:,,,...,... whole day's worth of hot water for pennies.Ask your plumbing .
.. contractor or appliance dealer to show you the newest mocjels.' -. .. BINGO 8:00: P. M. -

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Q- FLAGUER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 17. 1969 off although Jim Taylor, Jax. to the extent of those taken: on NEW CONSERVATION
brought In 17 trout and 2 the pier. A few small bass
paper, the Fishing Rodeo at flounder. Jim was fishing .1 have been taken in the area of OFFICER
the State Parks this Saturday mile south of the' camp and the rocks. John W. Seay, District Supervisor
April 19. Remember this used live shrimp.We of Board of Conservation
includes all State Parks.which didn't check In with announced last. week
have facilities for fishing. In Jack Genung's Camp, so we TOURNAMENT WINNERSMrs. that"',Rapdall Beck has been
our area we mentioned/ Wash- don't know how the fishing Margie Kinney was: 'assigned to Flagler County as
ington Oaks but we did over- has been there.Bing's Class A winner of 'the fOcean Conservation Officer.
look Flagler Beach State Park Palm Country Club 3.club Beck Is being transferredfrom
and also included is Bulow Fishing Resort golf tournament Tuesday the Miami area and is
Ruins. The winner will receive The fishermen turned out In morning Mrs. Elsie Busch formerly of High .Springs. It
a free annual pass, good large numbers this past week was winner of Class B. Low is anticipated that his family
for any Florida State Park. So the catches being croakers putts went to Mrs. Elma Fyfe. will move. here after school
bring the kids they'll enjoyit. sheepshead, blues; bass and a
z few trout. Speaking of trout, ,-- ......,. ... --
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp most catches are in the area
of the Inlet, north.

11'f'fi' Jtl' Jft good Over catches at the camp of there whiting are, the Irene Tackle Bucknes Shop who mentionedthat works In We ,care where our product Is served. >,

LINEBy which are running abourt 2 N
"" FISHING there were good catchesof
Ibs. The bass have been hit- croaker being taken from Beer served In pleasant and wholesome surroundings is
Al Zamba ting as well as the small the dock. Ed Bidoul, Lorraine the aim of'the United States Brewers Association. And

Week Ending April 13. 1969 drum. The bass and drum are Ohio caught 4 blues. E. Effler we are always striving to do something about it.
STATE :PARKS running in the 3.5 Ib. class. and Ivan Hogareth, Jax. end the
The trout fishing has dropped The USBA is represented by field men around
We mentioned ini last week's ed up with 41 blues, a bass
and drum.; Sam Gamce, a reg- country. They meet with proprietors of establishmentswhere

'uler fisherman at Dings, had beer is sold. They work in every way possible to
Watch for the 33 bass 6 blues and 3 drum. beer is served.
Opening Ed Lowe Jax., who is another promote a set of high standards wherever 'p
regular landed 4 blues, 2 This USBA effort means even more enjoyable pls"-s ;
OF drum 2'trout and 7 bass. Alex for America's; gnat:! beverage of moderation.
Johnson Jax. 3 bass, 5 drum
\ FLAGLER MECHANICALMAY 5 blues Spending sometime

this past. week at Dings were UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION:: INC. tif\
Gilbert Sarvis and Mike Gen- P.O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK FLORIDA:: 37289
|,1, 1969 try from Reidsville, N. C. They
had to their credit 8 bass and

PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC 4 sheepshead. Coming up from
Ormond Beach was J. Webber
14 trout, 2 blues. Mike Allen
and George Everhardt had a
FIXTURES REPAIRSHEATING sheepshead and 1 bass. So just
about everybody caught fish

at. Bings.
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Whiting and blues are In-
in large numbers. A few weak
SERVING 'BUNNELL AND FLAGLER BEACH fish are also biting. Saturday
I E nlte 5 kings were hooked 'but 1 1a&7
not landed. Cecil Westbrook
stated the last time kings
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The blues and the kings hit
the Porter Sea Hawk. The maJority ,
of the:fishermen on the j
pier are visitors from various
parts of the country.

Surf

Whiting catches along the .'

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