The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00484
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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. 18 THURSDAY APRIL 24. 1969 $3.50 A YEAR :

CRAIG REPORTS ON Beach Com. Board Sits As

TALLAHASSEE Superintendent of TRIP Schools a" __ "' Will Enforce Agriculture ; ::. :

James Craig reported to the ,
School Board in a special session :-' ,' L M 1fgs Dog Ordinance Zoning Board

Wednesday that he had 1 '_, ,
: .
r made a trip to Tallahassee to 4 The Flagler Beach City- The Board of County Com
t'' meet with officials of the State Commission voted to have the missioners sat as an Agricul-

Department of Education and '_' '4Af __ city's ordinances, *regarding, tural Zoning Board Thurs
::4 1 j legislative delegation. the licensing and barking of day night to review the many
'" i dogs posted at three conspicuous applications for agricultural
: Craig said "The Finance -
: 'h places after hearing assessment.
Division / a ,
confirmed the financial Ap py"
many complaints on barking County Agent Don Jordan
l feasibility of our handling
: dogs at their meeting Thurs and Tax Assessor Don Moore
r'I' the loan for the
movingof day night. The city plans to sat on the Board as ex officio
,the Carver school classrooms
enforce the ordinance.The nonvoting members. Board :
't" to the Bunrtell High commission also
6 : Attorney Leland Shaw read
"campus". APPROVED pay raises for the law as It applies to agri
i The School Facilities Division city employees Franklin Clark, cultural assessments and re-.
,r' informed Craig that from $1.70 to $2.00 per hour; viewed the function. of the
they would reconfirm the and 'Harry Cash from $1.50 to Zoning Board.

; status of the 1968 school sur $1.75. Each petition was reviewed '

,: vey which noted //that Bunnell, An unexpected visitor at Bunnell Schools last, week was a CALLED a special meeting separately and the parcel of "'
.. High School site was adequate Thursday April 24 at 7:30: land was properly located before
for expansion and that the three foot alligator shown in the above picture after being cap p. m. to discuss costs of the a decision. Only one re.

I Flagler Beach site had "zero tured by Joe ,Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold, Bunnell. park sprinkling system and quest was denied. It was amine ;

4' 4 adequacy". % Assisting in the capture was Louie :Mercer son of Mr. and Mrs. painting hula huts. acre tract located on the

TIle State Department of Ray Mercer Bunnell. The alligator was turned .over. to Jan Flagler DENIED Woman's the request of east side of the county. .
J'. Education would confirm' ''the Spangler, Wildlife Conservation Officer Club for After .the adjournment of ,-
f high 'priority for expenditures exemption utility tax as the Zoning Board of funds for moving the classrooms a ,non profit organization. Board met to hear the report .
from Carver to Bunnell Bunnell City purchasing po of Commissioner George Wick- > *
campus BAKE SALE j t V; lice uniforms for $100. line on the prospect of Improving '

Craig said he met with Senator Commission To SATURDAY'A. ** .,.*...; the court room.

Jim'Williams and Representative Bunnell High hchool senioi'class BLOOD DRAWING Wickline and Road,Superin-
,Jim' Gllsson, A. H. will'ave .-a Bake Sale tendent Jeff Cockrell had been
Craig and Bill Reedy who Upgrade Lighting. Saturday morning April 26 at MAY 12 AT ,BUNNELL Ito St. Augustine to inspect the
worked out arrangements for Bunnell Commissioners 8:30 a. m. In front of the Flag- fixtures in the circuit judge's
the advertisement of the 'notice voted to 137 of the ler Beach Post Omce. HOSPITAL court of the abandoned court
of public hearing and city's street upgrade lights when they Proceeds will I e used.' for the 4-7 P. M. housethere..- They. 'reported '

were completing necessary met Monday .night. The Incandescent senior prom.. '; that the Judge's bench witness
steps for obtaining legislation lights will be re- ---------,-- r" --- stand and'jury box couldbe
which would'enable the BUNNELL BEAUTIFY WELCOME SIGN installed in the Flagler
placed with 4500 lumen ,mercury :
Board to borrowup to $250,1 vapor lights increasingthe ; _. .u..u___.____..:._ Court House with some minor.
000 to pay,for the cost of moving 'cents ,fi renovations.
city's' light bill 55 ,
the classrooms. a light or at an increase,from, The Board 'agreed to submit
Mrs. Clyde Duensing'\and : $1.85 to,- $2.40 a:,. light 'perrimonth. an offer. to the St. Johns :
t Mrs. Farris McGee County. Commission for these''*
of-Flagler* .' The ?Changeover Is : ; : ,: :
I )t' Beach appea'red" beforethe'; schedu1 ctd..tostan'ln September -, 'fixtures' and-Che-communlca-*-- ,- --. 1.. .
Board to protest 'the closing when the'1970 city:budget tons; system.In .
of the Flagler Beachr School ,' ,
goes in effect., -other action the Board '
I next year. In other businessthe' Commission instructed Clerk George M. ,
r, They suggested several :' Moody* to Inform the legisla-

methods to the Board for keep ANNOUNCED Mel Conner w+ t M CAM tR tive delegation that they were
ing the school open and asked Associates would ,meet' with 3 coMMt' opposed to a tax increase for .
l the members if they would the commission April 29 at the purpose of forest, fire con-

r, attend a public meeting at 7:30 p. m.AGREED)':! trol. .. .
/ Flagler Beach Beach to further to grade and shellS. -'

. study the possibility of keep Holland St. from W. Moody
; ing Flagler Beach Elementary TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION -
Blvd. to Court St. -at the request ) "
School open., of Mark Hannah. b "

While Board members did ANNOUNCED the commission TO DISCUSS BEACH .

not hold out, any hope that would host the League, of SCHOOL CLOSING
' I conditions making their decision Small Municipalities dinner-

" / necessary could be'over.. meeting May 15 at 7:30 p. m. The Flagler Beach Taxpayers
"' come, they agreed to the meet- at the Civic Center.APPROVED Association will hold a .
1/ '
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.J. ing. $100 for the The Bunnell Lions Club was busy last Saturday planting' meeting Monday night at 7:30:
;,,; : Up on the recommend'tlon city's summer Softball program shrubbery around the two welcome signs at the north and south (April 28) at the City Recre
fl'r" \ of the superintendent, some at the request of Elmer ation Hall to discuss the pro
entrances of :Bunnell. Shown from left to right are Lions John
:: ', resignations were accepted (Buddy) Taylor.DISCUSSED School
of the
Howard Lerch elect L. H. Church P. A. Ed. posed plan
i' Capo, ,
::,, t 'f from the Instructional staff revising the Board to close the Flagler
'" '' monson and Don Jordan president. The welcome signs also
and several appointments City ordinance governing City Beach School.
" were made for the next school Occupational Licenses. It was serve as a directory service for church. fraternal and service
"This will be held as a pub.
year. reported there were 21 delin clubs.
> lic rally to save the Flagler
,quent licenses. The licensesare
due on October 1. .19T'%:>i';;:; '?.i'&J:.., i.<'...,j;''. f.A''';;:::: ::,_ .'Wiw>x.;;;:""'; ,::::< =;<" ';;'';'>'..,:f'- Beach School and the, dignity
and culture of the tOWTlSDeo--
" ir.,: APPROVED.closing E. Court
President: R L. Hunt
l' Ave. from S. Fig to S. Lemon
_, OAKS Sts. with reserving, easementsfor a": ;%t f o-F:,. a.: said.
t a
( water and sewer lines at' : ; Howard J. Wlsehaupt former -

I STATE PARKA the request of L.- E. Wads- ,g." .: ac + i"S 4 mayor of Flagler Beach
. iC xa : M who spearheaded the movement
L worth.
: tornado reportedly ripped
to re-establish the Flag-
through Washington Oaks INSTRUCTED the City Clerk
Park to write a letter to the Boardof ler Beach School a number of
State i early Saturday
:morning and uproOted several County oCmmissioners re.. years ago, will be principal

trees and :knocked down a questing a bridge be built over speaker.A .
power line In the picnic area. the canal at N. Chapel St.' report of the nominating
No damage was done to the 'and Hoi den Parkway in Colony committee will be read. \

' gardens at the park accord. Park subdivision. President R. L. Hunt said

ing to Park Supt. Gil Becker. he is proposing a resolutionto

Becker said the whirlwind BEACH PTA TO be considered for adoptionby
passed through section of DISCUSS"SCIi00L the Flagler Beach Taxpayers _
woodlands south of Marine- Asociation Monday night.
before CLOSING MEETING Principal points of the resolu '
land Acres dissipatingover
the ocean. Flagier County School tion are:
Supt.' James O. Craig and ((1.) a vacant school build-
County School Board memberswill Ing Is subject to excessive
TIDE TABLE be on hand to answer : vandalism (2)) a community r.
questions' concerning' the f"
without a school Is a detri-
" HIGH LOW boards decision to close the ment to future community

. Day A.M. P.M. AJM. P.M. Flagler Beach Elementary growth. ((3) no considerationhas
24-30 School at a special Flagler economic
Tides for April been given to
Beach PTA meeting Monday Impact of Marco Polo ((4)) no
24 1.18 1:54 7.42: 7:40: night. The meeting will be In open public meeting was held *, : .
25 2:18: 2.49 8:36: 8:48.: the Flagler Beach School: School'Board action '
prior to ; ,
26 3:12: 3.48 9:30: 9:48: 'Cafetofluni at >7:30: p. m. "Who save,daylight? wonders the fuzzy'kinkajou. Nocturnal -, and ((5)), It has not been proven &. ,
27 4:06: 4:42: 10.18 10:42: All ''persons* interested are resident of; the< Ross Allen Reptile Institute at Florida's, that there. will be sav- ''
11:06 11:36 to attend the Silver Springs ,probably would vote for "Nighttime Saving! any
28" .5:00 5:30: : urged public ;! ings in taxes by carrying out' '
'29' 5:48 6:18: 11:48: .11:59: meeting .according to Mrs. \Time," instead. Daylight Time for hwnans becomes effective, the proposed closing. .
30 6:36: 7:00: 12:24: 12:30: Robert Danner. at 2 a.m. Sunday, April 27. '

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one would deny that our country faces great problemsboth U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
at home and abroad. Our country has been In greater dang.
er of survival at several other periods of history than It Is today. ,
But probably few times in history have our problems been so ROAST Ib. 58

persistent and unanswerable.Our .
domestic problems such as crime, housing, strikes, racial
unrest, inflation, big city frustration and student unrest can
not be submerged and forgotten. They c.an.be ,and must be faced Choice JuicyALL
straightforward with both understanding and strength.

However, our foreign problems seem to defy all reasonable MEAT STEW Ib 6S
answers. We do not want another war. No one does; probably,
not even our enemies.

But to burn draft cards preach pacifism and protest ROTC Lean :Western "CENTER' CUT"
and demonstrate against the military is evidence of weakness

that will make us vulnerable to our enemy.In .

recent history we remember the tragic example of Prime PORK CHOPSlb. 6S
Minister Neville Chamberlain who went with his umbrella ,to ": .
Hitler to try to please him into peace. The weaker England became -
the stronger Hitler became until he tried to attack the

whoje 'world.If treak O'Lean k"
we had showed,some strength in the Pacific at the time of LYkFRk Ks
the Pueblo incident we probably would not have had the recent WHITE BACON
shooting down of our unarmed plane. with 31 men aboard. ,1M 12 oz.
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even Africa by now. .
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down and probably .were discouraged :from taking: over a good ,
part of South and Central America.

It may not be to our advantage. J to be the richest and strong.
est nation in the world but, we do find ourselves In that posi Whole

tion. And. it would be self destructive_ hot to maintain.that po

Italy, France and England have all had an era in history
where they led the,,world. When they lost that position they
not only lost world position; .but they lost at home too. They
lost their markets, their financial position, their industrial power LEAN GROUND BEEF 4 Ibs. $1 188

their standard of living and their Internal .governmental
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To tiny knowledge of,"hlstdry we have* never had a president Blue .Plate \ Quart Jar
who was a warmonger.We We have had several like Theodore MAYONNAISE Ea.
Roosevelt who had more "guts" :for meeting the enemy 4ge :l lb. '47e
than others like Woodrow Wilson, _the Idealist.A Tin
Martha White
president, regardless of party affiliation needs our support '
the knowledge of our patriotism and the knoweldgethat QUICK GRITS{ 5 Bag: 39c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more'food order '

the great majority will back him in the international
decisions he must make. 24 oz. ',BottleWESSON .

It is diffiiccult for a president to make a decision of OIL Each Joe Cr in'. Grade "A"
strength when he questions the support of his people when 49*
he sees the protests and demonstrations, when -he sees the SMALL
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American Flag mutilated. BREAD 3 For
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What can we do? Each of us can become 'a spokesmanfor Doz., i iI
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dent as he tackles +ithe tremendous job of keeping America on HERSHEY'S

John A. Clegg SUGAR

A few weeks ago we of the FOREMOST '
4'lb. 29C "FARM BEST"
TO THEEDITOR Flagler Beach United Methodist
minister that he had to retire. "
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
The writer of this letter beinga -PIXIE DOODLES
member of the Flagler
Dear Sir: Beach Church also a memberof Pkf2 of
I would like to commendMr the choir, has been a close 4ge lii
Wayne Edwards on- the observer of what is requiredof FRESH PRODUCE _
excellent job he has done for a minister to start from a .
our county on. theFlagler sand dune and see the Gloryof U. S. Jo. /fl *
Beach State Park. It is trulya the beautiful white cross

beautiful place and, I speakfor shining over the 'beauty of a POTATOES iO Bag 4ge BETTER MAID (Plain or S. R.)
: myself a pleasant placeto finished church on. South Daytona .
spend time. It is so well Avenue. Golden'Ripe
kept clean, no bugs, and the Reverend Reynold Hoover FLOUR,
nice playground is. indeed a and Mrs. Hoover took on this BANANASTender lb.
sight to behold. fOe: '
Job even though they were already .
While our highways are lit retired and being aware Sib.Bag Zge
tered with trash, it is indeeda they had to ,work and serve;! Young
pleasure to go to a picnic people in. so many respects. CORN 6 Ears 3ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more, food order
area as our State Park, and Only dedicated Christianswith
see how clean and beautifulIt A
strong spiritual fibre
is. We have :friends and relatives .
could have finished such a
in Ormond Beach who 'big'challenge. We are grate.
appreciate and admire our ful to these dear :faithful
park so much that In our friends for the study and
group when you say picnic it's growth of spiritual life who
. taken for granted we go to lifted horizons.
the State. Park. 1
So Mr. Edwards and your Mrs. Allien TreadwellPTA FOOD RODGERS'] -
:fellow workers my hat is off 'III II''
to you on the wonderful park nun
you have created and the CORRECTION in
magnificent way It is kept. I,
T. A. Jones Bunnell, was In- in1
:for one, really appreciate our
stalled as President of the
beautiful Flagler Beach State. Bunnell PTA. Due to a typo- OPEN SUNDAYS liin"1 Phone 437-3227
Park. Thank
you. graphical error the Tribune 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. .
Sincerely yours reported Mrs. Laura McDaniel .
Mrs. Dolores Counts as president. QUantity-Rights Reserved. Prices Good April 24, 252U6.S., 7.ana 28N 969y



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enger school bus converted Into
camper. 3 bunk beds dresser assigned as a rifleman with CAPT. GEORGE W.- BROOKS
Our Servicemen ..., .
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ADVERTISINGTROPIC sink water tank table & Company D. 2nd Battalion of
chairs, carpeting. Wired for the 4th Infantry Division's
110 volts. New engine good CAPTAIN PAT CHAPPELL 35th Infantry.The .
j" ga tires-all aluminum body- _...__.___._.__ _._.__m..n. CIB has been awarded
$1300.00 or best offer. Call since late in World War II for .

4392537... Apr. 17 2tc. sustained' ground contact +
against the enemy.In .
GARDENSLet SALE: Save $29.50 this week
honor of its singular
us help beautify Flagler only-Regular $189.50 new 4- meaning the badge is worn
County. Large variety of evergreens piece bedroom suite with noq.stick wy above all other awards and x'H
palms hedge plants. drawers, box springs decorations over the left
5% miles S of Bunnell on & quilted mattress $160.00.Jerry's breast. It is a blue rectangle
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc Furniture, Old Dixie with a silver rifle mounted on
Hwy. 2 mil. S. Korona Ph. ,
it, superimposed I
over a
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 4373752. Itc Apr. 24 wreath. Subsequent awardsare

fields Installed: Rota-Roter FOR SALE: Small refrigerator represented by Stars at the <,
snail shell. Reasonable prices. -$15; self.propelled lawnmower top center of the wreath.LT. .
Call George Jarosz 437-3410 $18; bench grinder $8; '

8-1-tf Maytag washer- $10; small DAVID COOKIS
SINGER zigzag .1968 model wall cabinet-$3; screen door. .""
N. used less than three $1; complete commode-$15; AWARDED DFC
months. .guartantee..Makes Call 4392317. Tfc Apr. 24 l
Lt. David Cook son of Mr.
buttonholes fancy stitches WANTED: Washington. Oaks and Mrs. H. T. Cook. St.. Augustine I
darns, monograms sews on State Park is now accepting has been awarded the Captain George W. Brooks :
buttons without attachments.Pay ....... ,
balance applications for Ranger po Distinguished Flying Cross for Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Webb '1"
of 6
$44 or pay- sitions. For Information' con- 1st Lt. Pat Chappell daughter outstanding service in South Brooks Bunnell has been
ments at month. For
a more
tact or call Supt. Becker at of Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceH. Vietnam.Lt. awarded U. S. Air Force silver
Information call 734.0018
write Service Sewing Center or 439.2461 or evenings call 439- Niesen US Hwy. 1. Bun- Cook received the award pilot wings upon graduation j
P. O. Box 393 Deland. Florida 2540. Apr. 24-May 12tp nell was commissioned Cap- recently In the presence of at Vance AFB Okla. 1
32720. March 13, TFC tain by the United States Air seven generals both Americanand Following specialized air- .:
Force April 7. Chappell and ARVN with a top rank- crew training at Altus AFB :
WANTED: Retired couple with HASTINGS MATTRESS her husband, Lt Steve Chap. ing Vietnamese general mak- Okla., he will be assigned at
house trailer to live on prem & UPHOLSTRY WORKS poll have been assigned to ing the presentation.He Robins AFB Ga., for flying 1 ,
Ises-all utilities and small overseas duty and will be earned the DFC for heroic duty with the Military Airlift
salary In return for looking 71O-12 Lemon St. transferred to 'the U. S. AFB actions following the Command. .
after property. Location on Palatka, Florida In England July 1, 1969. start of the recent Tet offensive Captain Brooks a 1960 grad t
John Anderson Hwy.. If Interested Phone EA 5-9166 Capt. Chappell Is a; Bunnell when he became con uate of Oxford (Ala.) High
call collect 6778705. Furniture Upbolterin High School graduate.PFC cerned at the rising number of School received his A. A. degree -
Apr. 24-May 1-2tp Repaired & Refinished casualties' the increased ene- !in 1962 from Mars Hill t
Mattresses & Box Spring MCDONALD my activity and the way the (N. C.) College and his B. S.
FOR SALEEarly; American Made to Order.Also Renovated weather was closing in around degree in 1965 from Colorado I
maple coffee table with RECEIVES COMBAT BADGE the DMZ. Cook knew there He
Call Laura Morris 437-3233<< Stale University. was commissioned -
drawer and cigarette table- were wounded
men out therein of
After 6:00 P. M. One of the Army badges upon completion
condtlon, both $20.00. their sixth of
day being Officer Training School at
that soldiers with
,Phone 4373715. Apr. 24-ltc PRICES REASONABLE wear special marooned by impossible
flying Lackland AFB Tex.
pride is the Combat In-
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED conditions; and that a Chinook The captain is married to
FOR SALE-1958 Ford good Just as near on your fantryman Badge.' It was 46 had tried to rescue them the former Carolyn Craven.
to Private First Class
condition: nice Interior 3 Phone or Post Office but Tailed.

speed floor shift $200.00. Call Drop U. a Card or Call James turn, Vietnam.McDonald March near 20.Kon- Flying practically blind and SP4 SAM SMITH .
437-3282 from 12 '
to 6 week-
with enemy fire reaching out HOME ON LEAVE .
Free Pick-up & Delivery Pvt. McDonald son of Mrs.
days. Apr. 24 Nettie, McDonald. Bunnell is in the direction of the sound. SP4 Sam Smith arrived home 1
Cook and his crew found and Thursday. April 17 from Lai ,
rescued the men. Khe Vietnam and will spend ,
This is not the first award thirty days leave before returning I
L- for Marine helicopter pilot to duty at Vietnam
Cook. 1962 graduate of ;Bun May 17.RENEW.
--, -- "I < nell High School and 1965
I r' '.. graduate' of Florida State
., Io"{''f. __ I L University., In. addition: to the li.
/ DFC he earned the Purple YOUR ,
.. Heart for a flying mission/in DRIVER'S LICENSE

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',t Nobody enjoys the dreary hours of man-handling feed'j: .: '.

4 And nowadays, with low-cost.electric. power ready -J: BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS'
;1 to do the chore for you, there's no reason to I' I

l; waste all this time and work. Automatic electric i 1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

feed-handling equipment mixes feed accurately, ... '.J.. ... a BUNNELL FLORIDA

;t controls the flow, moves the mix to each stanchion ',.;;r,'. "\: : : ...;... .. FREE ESTIMATES

;: or feed bunk, and shuts itself off. Sign on -.o\. ':; -5.--: BAR FIXTURES, BUILT-IN KITCHENS

:.,;, Reddy Kilowatt when!, it comes"to feed handling; .* *,4 \',,: ,, ..-.' i BEAUTY SALON AND- BARBER STATIONS

he's the most efficient, most economical hand'r. :: ...4 .
I hired I, -
you've ever '4>\ ; :- .
4' '1 Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving; ;
Ask your equipment dealer, or consult I us. ?1.t.: : : r. BATHROOM. VANITIES BREAKFAST'BARS i

.. : Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts
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.;'" .':< i" ": ": "'J p'A/ \ .,. ,0' r. Most orders filled within IS working days. Now Servingall
FLORIDA' rOWI ft LIGHT COMPANY t!t, 1\.' 1 y' I ,'S t ; .
..; Nr1INS.WLOIOAWI J. .. .' .1 areas in 75 mile rad. oi BunnelL .
:' '' CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513<< Night 437-3923 r;

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Slated May 16' Howard Lerch Flagler Beach

contractor and business man
At Civic Center was elected president of the

"Hawaiian Island" will be Bunnell Lions Club at their

the theme of the Bunnell High luncheon meeting Tuesday.
*vhool 1969 Senior Prom slat Other officers elected were:

ed May 16 at the' Bunnell ,Civic John Capo, 1st vice presidentand
Center. The affair Is being secretary; Tony Kahlert
sponsored by the Bunnell 2nd vice president; M. B. Me-
Paent-Te"cher Association. Daniel 3rd vice president;

P'-cm plans are being finalized John A. Clegg treasurer; A. W.
by Senior Class parents Tucker, tailtwister; M. B.
under the direction of Mrs. Fuller lion tamer; board of
Mike Stefllk general chair directors were P. A. Edmonson -
.--- --r: man. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Robert Cook Grady Prather -
4 Jovce Townsend and Mrs. Saul and Dale B. Brown.It .
-- Irvin. was announced that there
1_ IL Several projects are under- would be a hamburger fry at
U c J' way to secure funds ,for the Bulow State Park on May 18.
7 f i event. These Include bake John Weisberg was'accept,

sales, candy sales, and a spec ed as a new member. Andy
,r ,
L Victor introduced visi
':'\>> school campus. Mrs. were as
.J__ ;i: N __ Buckles Is chairman of the tors.
r fund raising committee.
7 ,,' ," Other prom committee
a MNr chairmen are: Mrs. Jim Townsend WOOD PANELING-
,-band and Civic Center; FAVORITE HOME
Mrs. Vilolce Raulerson, refreshments

inson. decorations; Mrs. Ray-
is a popular
Wood paneling
I Tucker tickets and reser-
II mon ,
II I medium for conversion of attics -
vations; Mrs Pearl Thomas
I .. .. basements and garages
- clean-up; and Mr. and Mrs.
into rooms because of ease of
FLORIDA POTATO ,BLOSSOM 1969 Leonard Johnson, chaperones. application and the brightnessand
Only senior and their escorts
of the.trans4.
Miss Sharon 'Curtis, Palatka 1968 Potato Blossom Queen r, stands beside Florida Commissioner will attend the prom which, Is completeness ;
of Agriculture! Doyle Conner: : .as he: places the crown on the 1969 Potato, .Queen Miss by invitation only, When la few simple, precautions -

Shelley :Burrell of Hastings. Miss Mary Ann,Steflik 1, represented Flagler County In the tri are.,observed, In its se-
MRS. HIRST and processing. .little,
'. -" ," lection
county, ( ,',competition., ; ,. .,, ,". HEADS F; B.WOMAN'S '..." ',* or no maintenance'required..'
.,-- CLUB One of 'the most frequent'
BON ::VOYAGE COFFEE GERRY ,VAUGHN .. ,DURRANCE SMITH Mrs. 'Ralph HirSt!.was', elect uses of wood paneling Is In
of' the
ed president 'Flagler the creatldn 'of family rooms.
FETES1' MRS. HOOVER: APPOINTED i I'' :' < TO' WEDDING, PLANSAKNbUNCED : Woman's Club at ,a recent Because of the xough: treat-
HOUSINGAUTHC meeting..Elected: 'serve with ment that such areas may receive -
AND MRS. STEWARTMrs. ? Mrs. Hirst, were;, Ms. Jasper in,'"the course of' games

Reynold Hoover, who Miss Gerry Vaughn Bun Trfe{ marriage of Miss Cynthia -. White, ,first vice president; and children's play It's, prudent
will be leaving April 30 on an nell, has been appointed "Lee Durance to SamuelJ. Mrs. H. G. Heydt second vice to select a wood species
European tour, and. Mrs., board .member o{ the Flagler, Smith will 'be solemnized president. ; Mrs. Edward'' Krug. with high natural resistanceto
Alec Stewart who leaves, May County Housing Authority' by at two o'clock* ,Saturday 'afternoon er; corresponding -secretary;' blemish or scarring.As .
6. to return to her home InScotland Governor, Claude Kirk. Miss April 26 at Bunnell and Mrs., Frank Brede treas a general rule vertical
# were' honored at ra: Vaughn replaces Cary D.,Holland First Baptist' Church. The urer. paneling is desirable In low-
bon ,voyage coffee Tuesday who resigned to accept Rev."Charles nders will per 'The new officers will be in- ceilinged rooms and< horizontal -
morning} at the home of Mrs. the post of Bunnell City,Com form the double ring ceremo- stalled at, a luncheon''meet- application in high-cell-
Bernie Wilson. Avalon" Ave.,' missioner.,, 'ing Wednesday April 30 at inged rooms for ''the ,sake of .
Flagler Beach. Cohostesses' at Miss Vaughn a former Bun-' ny.All friends and relatives of 12.30 at Rogers Restaurant. balanced proportions.Cool .

the delightful affair _were nell High School faculty mem the couple are Invited to the Flagler Beach Mrs. Otis Ma- colon are 'preferredwhen
Mrs. Axel Johnston Mrs. ber 'Is a teached at Osceola ceremony ana'reception after- gee will be the installing. ..of... the room Is small or
William Givens and Mrs. School Ormond Beach. ward In the social hall. No invitations ficer. wherv".the setting' should relax

Keith Lovell. ,' \ ."- arer, rig sent. Deadline' for reservations Is such, as a..-study or rest area.
Artistic spring flower arrangements "B}!ACH'VISITORS April 28. Those planning 'to Wahri..colors'are:: desirable In.
attend. ,are asked tq ..
were placed at MRS. M. BRAY. ?contact large rooms''or where the environment --
vantage points throughout Jennie Blanton of Branford Mrs. Otis Magee or Mrs. Frank : should stimulate

. the"rooms of the house. and Troy Maher of Ft. Lau- FORMER RESIDENT Brede. such as About thirty-five attended. ,derdale are visiting Flagler Mrs. Charles Sindel r. retiring The,Southern Pine Association -
'Beach'wIth Dr. and Mrs. Rus- DIES IN HOLLY HILLMrs. president stated Worn- offers these suggestions

FORMER RESIDENT VISITS sell Blanton. Margaret Ann .(Maggie) a/n's Club annual contribution for minimizing maintenance:

Andy- Velvlngton, formerly Weekend visitors ,at'the Bray. ,73, :1235 Dixie Ave., checks had been mailed to (1) Before you buy. be sure
of Bunnell now residing at Blanton home were Mr. and Holly Hill a former: Flagler the Mary Karl Scholarship your paneling has been prop:
,Mrs. Rick Maher of Ft. Lau- resident died Fund; Flagler County Scholarship
Cleveland. Ohio spent several County Friday erly seasoned and preshrunk.This .
days in Bunnell this week vis derdale.. morning at her home. Fund; and Red Cross. has strong bearing on re-
iting with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Born ,in .;JUlddleburg, Mrs. tion of finish. (2) After delivery
Fuller. > 'CALIFORNIA: VISITORSMrs. Bray and her husband who SENIOR CITIZENS ,stack paneling on narrow''

Faye Moreno and son was in 'the Dumber businessfor ENJOY PROGRAMAT separator, sticks,for condition.
VISITING PARENTS, Herman, of El Cajon. Calif are many, years moved to LUNCHEON MEET ing to house humidity prefer.
visiting in Bunnell with Mr. Holly' Hill from Bunnell In There were 50 members and ably ins the room where it will
Tommy Terry' Thompson and Mrs, Dave Perryman. 1937. The Brays celebrated 'guests present at the lunch., be used. (3) Process panels
of Colorado
are visitingin
Bunnell with her their 50th wedding anniversary eon meeting of the Flagler wih penetrating sealer or other -
parents. in 1960. Mr. Bray died last Senior Citizens Club Tuesday, moisture resistant
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sheffield. Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Pete) coating
April 15, in
August. Community Hall prior' to
The Thompsons will be leaving Dearing. and children Anderson of the Flagler application.
She was a lifetime memberof Beach Munici-
next month for Italy Indiana spent several
where he has been: assignedfor 'days last week at Flagler the Royal_ Neighbors of Building. Weekend houseguests at the
military duty.HOSPITAL. 'Beach visiting with his mother ., America and also a memberof addition to group sing home of Rev. and Mrs. Rey
'Mrs. Lucy Dearing and his, the Holly Hill Baptist ing entertainment was pro- nold Hoover were their daughter
NOTES aunt. Mrs. Mary McDonald.IN Church. "1 .. who recited by Mrs. Charles Charon Mrs. Phyllis Rooney Jacksonville -
Among the survivors are an amusing poem. ; and their granddaughters
ADMISSIONS: HALIFAX HOSPITAL two sons; four daughters It was announced that there Mrs. Darrell Hanson -
Ruth Leatherwood. Abbie three sisters; two brothers; 16 would be square dancing at Gainesville; Miss Jill
Hunter Anne J. Green Peter Mrs. George Kendall was grandchildren and 15 great- the Club's next meeting. May Rooney and Miss Shlaron Joseph
Bowers Sadie Brooks, William admitted to Halifax Hospital grandchildren. 6. This will ,be a six' o'clock both of.Jacksonville; and
> Woodfin Carl Larsen Russell Sunday where'she underwent Funeral services were Mon covered dish dinner meeting, Mrs. James Roberts and son'
Yelvlngton. Verna Triay Margaret surgery Monday morning. Her day afternoon at Holly Hill. with program to follow. Jimmy, Birmingham Ala.Mother's .
Partridge. Louize friends wish her a speedy re
Agnes Everhart Walter Burns covery.
Connie Gentry Baby Girl Hud doityourselfTHIIIFT

son Raymond S. Smith Harry Miss Anne Jones and Carl Day May IJCjive
Bullock Nina Splvey JefferyJ.
Jones III. Tltusvllle spent the
Crews and Alice Thacker.
weekend at Painters
Hill visIting mother Slower
DISCHARGES: their uncle and aunt *
Freddie;. Jones Charlie Johnson -, Mr. and Mrs.AI 'Jones. COIN CAR WASH .
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John Hogan JimmIe

Davis Florence Porte Leola 25
Young. Velma Fagans, Charles Arthur McDaniel left Fri. PERMANENT FLORAL WREATHS

Mlssinne Dorothy Nightingale day tov return to his studies at'rorlda Black's
Mabel Emery Madelyn Southern ''College after Famous pressure spray Flower Shop
Neely Gabriel Neely Vema visiting at Flagler Beach gives your car: along-latt
Triay. Ruth Leatherwood and several days with his parents ing lustre" . leaves It like 111 N. Forsythe ph. 437-3348
Anne Green. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDaniel. new again. New cars: washed

regularly with Thrift-T scientific ,
: formula do not need to

TIME T be waxed or polished. .ever. ANNOUNCING.
Come on out and try It. .


& SUPPLY)I CO., INC. WASH Will Open Monday, April 28



.' S. Don't forget to do your
PHONE 439-2303 laundry at Amy's Laundry. FURTHER ,INFORMATION CALL 4373316r

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I 5-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE TIIUIIS.. APRIL 24. 1969 VFW AUXILIARY Mrs. Danny Johnston, senior zelogna and Mrs. Maurice J

MRS. JONES vice president; Mrs. Charles Akers, trustees.
FROM OUR FILES Worley, Junior vice president; Mrs. Pearl Fillman and Mrs.
PRESIDENTMrs. Mrs. W. L. Patrick, secretary. Jean Knox were Initiated as !
treasurer; Mrs. Bernice Barber, new members. '-,
T. A. Jones was elect. planned a rummage
chaplain; Mrs. Jeff Cockrell,
ed president of Veterans of conductress; Mrs. A. Panchella sale May 3 at the Bun-
Foreign Wars Post 5213 Aux- guard; Mrs. Jean Knox, patriotic nell Civic Center._:
iliary at a meeting at the post Instructor; Mrs. Jeff A Bake Sale was slated Sat.
home Monday nighf Cockrell historian; Mrs. Ray urday, May 10 In front of the
Others officers elected were mond Smith: Mrs. Peter Bar- Bunnell Post Office.

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When the Tribune moved it's office we found photographsthat
had been used ii a feature "Citizens of Tomorrow" published
I in the Tribune in 1949. We wondered how many of our INVENTORY
readers could Identify these youngsters of yesteryear. The an-
swers are at the bottom of the page.

512.000 SALARYBy J
a vote of 79-38 the Flor 11
ida House of Representativesvoted ... .l
themselves in favor of, a' AFTERNOONIn .J 1_.... ,j I -. '''.: "
proposed salary of $12,000 a observance of National I .

year.The entire Fiagler delegation Beach Library City Week Library the will.Fiagler hold \ .,.: .. {, ,! ., :; t
of Representatives Jim Open ,House Friday afternoon ':1. ., :
Glisson, A. H. Craig and Bill April 25 from 2:00.4:00: : p. m. \ : L -
Reedy voted' against the salary Hostesses will be members of '
increase. The passage of the Flagler Woman's Club.The ;: SALEI

the)bill: ,-is_''not yet final. public is ,invited. \;... "',; ; : ::.; :

BfflflBaMIMI>ffla>aMIBffl< I .rI \ ." !

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'TINY TOT PLAYSCHOOL' ..:.-..: Begins 9 a. m. April 18 thru April 29th.. Our:store.:'<: f:'i''':,::. :

IS CLOSED ,: will close t:1:'I I p. m. April 17 to prepare- for sale.; ,... ;,:;

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SUNDAYS ONLY, {t7OO a. m. Til 10:00 p.m.' Lingerie-Odds 'n Ends-Famous Makes Re- .;. '
duced for Clearance .{

DAILY 7:00 !a. im. 10:00 p. m. CHEMISES BRAS GOWNS GIRDLES J
Phone Orders Welcomed 437-3316 'I'

PANTY. HOSE BY KAYSER 2 PAIR $3.99 ,(Reg. $2.50 Each)
NOTICEDr. Petite Medium, Medium Tall,: Tall ;

Benjamin Rawls Veterinarianwill
SUPPHOSE, REGULAR $4.95 $5.95, Now $3.99 (Limited Supply!
'inoculate pets at the Bunnell GLOVES REGULAR $2.00, NOW 2 Pr. $3.00

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4OO M., $1.00 AND UP -* '
Upon proof of reent, vaccination E..' :

dog tags will be issued by the City UMBRELLAS, ONE THIRD OFF. REGULAR PRICE \ .i't !. ,

Clerk at no charge. :. ': ; }
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TOD' Photo 1 to r, Michael mie Whitaker Friedman, Joy I I I .'.. ,
Parker, Barbara Cantrell Deen, and Marjorie Durrance ""t't't.. t'!,",,'1""''''.
Graham and Paul Mercer. Kinney. ,n' H" ""' .. Sorry No Lay-Aways On Sale Items j.,.:. :


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l .. Leon. PastorSt.
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REV. HOOVERTO Marys Church, Korona
Weekly SermonBunnell Sunday Mass............ 7:30: a. m.
DELIVER Weekday Masses: Monday,

First United FINAL SERMONThe Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a. :

..yAM Methodist Church Rev. Reynold N. -

Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor Hoover will terminate eleven Blessed, Sacrament Chapel
years as Pastor of Flagler Flagler Beach
GOD'S SPIRIT IN YOU Beach United Methodist Sunday Mass ............9:00 .a. m.
Church Sunday morning, April Weekday Masses: Tuesday.
In Galatians we find that 27 .at the 11 a. m. morning Thursday and Saturday at
the Spirit of God brings love,
worship service. His sermon 9:00: a. m.Catechism.
Joy, peace, patience, kindness, topic will be "How Far Can Classes. 3:00: p. m.
goodness, faithfulness, gen. You See". Tuesday.St. .
tleness, and self-control to the Mr. and Mrs: Hoover will -

individual. These descriptivenouns leave Wednesday April 30 Stephens, Bunnell
are power laden because aboard the S. S. Hanseatic fora Sunday Mass.1030: a. m..
those who possess these Mediterranean and Black Catechism Classes: 3 p. m..
traits are recipients of God'sfullness Sea cruise and an, extended Tuesday.
for man. Therefore, trip through Europe. They will Confessions before all masses.
this person's life would not return to the United States in Weekday Devotion: Novenato
be defiled by various sinful June. Our Lady Wednesday and

practices. Saturday after Mass.
AWpyqip. The world is in need of men
On May 4, Dr. Dallas L. Browning will assume the pas. who possess these traits. Violence FRIENDLY CIRCLE Community Memorial

torate of the Flagler Beach, United Methodist Church, succeedingthe disrespect for the rightsof MEMBERS SEE Church
Rev. R. N. Hoover who has served as pastor for more than others, and disobedienceto Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach,
ten Drears. The present church building was built during Rev. God's laws are rampant In Reverend R. W. Dickert. Pastor

Hoover's pastorate. much of the work having been done by his today's world. We need law Mrs. Joe Kirkland showeda Sunday School ......._...._.....9:45:
own hands. and order not Just to make film strip' "Holy Land" to Worship Service ..._.._.._...11:00
Dr. Browning, a native of Ohio, Is a graduate of Ohio University people respect us, but so man Friendly Circle members Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
(A. B.), Garrett Theological Seminary (B. D.) and Ohio kind can live in Christian Thursday night when they each month at 2 p. m.
love. It will take men of more met at the home of Mrs. Oliver
Northern University. (D. D.). He served as pastor of churchesin ,
al fortitude to stand for these Taylor. First Church
Ohio, at Athens,. Glouster London Columbus and Sidney.In Baptist
relationships between all men A report was made on the
Rev. Charles Anders. Pastor
1944, he became pastor of North Methodist Church, Indianapolis in chaotic-times. junior choir robes being readied Moody Boulevard- Bunnell

; in 1952 he became superintendent of the Evansville Today is a time of unrest for use. Appreciation was Sunday School.._ ..9:45 a. m.
District of the Indiana Conference. In 1957, he became the director fear, and uncertainty. Chris extended to all those who assisted Worship Service..JJ. a. m.

of the Advance Department of the Division of World tians are called upon to be in making the choir Evening Worship.: .:_.6:30 p. m.
Missions of' the Methodist Church with headquarters in New on the leading edge of those robes. Adult Choir Rehearsal........7:30
.. York City; in 1961 he became pastor of the Wayne Street Methodist working for Christ and his The ,hostess served refreshments Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He is now pastor emeritusof church. If we claim these to nine members and Monday
that church. He retired in 1965 and, with Mrs. Browning, fruits of the Spirot cam> we ,do two guests. DMA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd
established,his.home at 6 Seabreeze Drive Ormond Beach. Since less than evidence these traitsin Mrs. Robert Walters, will be Monday
retirement he has served as interim pastor at Christ Methodist our lives. '?f we live by the hostess at the May meeting.SUNDAY" Prayer Meeting: 7:30, p. m.
Spirit, let us also walk by the
Church, Sanford and as associate pastor of First Methodist Wednesday
Spiri Galatians 5.25. SERVICES AT Junior Choir 3:30
Church, paytona Beach. : p. m.
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First, United Methodist
"Probation After Death" is
the subject' of Sunday's'ChristIan Lambert Avenue. Bunnell
Rev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor
Science Bible Les
son-Sermon which will be Sunday SChool..9:45: a. m.
A FEW: QUESTIONS.TQ.. heard at all Christian Science Worship Service.._11:00: a. m.
Churches.; All are welcome to Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45:
,. attend. : \ gyp. m. Wednesday. > ',
'-.' .- .), Children Choir Rehearsal:
1 say
.. i "Verily, verily, I unto
you He that heareth my word, 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3.
::': and believeth on him that 3 p. m.,
: 'T ASK THE ,.t sent me, hath everlasting life,; MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays'
and shall not come Into con 6:30 p. m. .
demnation; but is passed from WSCS: 1st Wednesday. at
IN : : i" death' unto life." This"verse >. 9 a. m.. ,,
; in the ResponsIve. Reading is Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday'
from John 5. at 8 p. m.
r L PRINTING PEQD.LER. H: A correlative' passage from Methodist, Men: 3rd Wednes.
the denominational textbook' day at 7:15: p. m.
states: "If man is never to
overcome death, why do the Flagler Beach United
Scriptures say. 'The last ene- Methodist Church
When the peddler selling stationery and printing supplies 'solicits my that shall be destroyed is Reverend Reynold N. Hoover

your business, there are a few questions which he should be willing death'? The tenor of the Word Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
shows that we shall obtain
to answer to your satisfaction. Church School..9:45: aa. m.
the .
victory over death In proportion
Morning Worship..11:00 a. m.

as we overcome sin" MYF. ....,............_.._...6:30 p. m.
1. Does he pay taxes in this community? (Science and Health with Key
...,. ...... Womens Society Christian
:/i !i. cjr.:: to Service: 2nd Thursday of each,
..2. Can he, supply your order on short notice? .f Eddy). month at 9:30: a. m.
,'{b: ,!"; .', Methodist Men: Dinner-meeting
3. Does he donate space in the newspaper to your local at 6 p. m. 2nd Monday of
community enterprises? SEE each month.


\ 4. Does he pay wages to employees located inr, the HOLINESS CHURCH

County? : BunnelL Off Franz St.
Reverend T. D. Peacock. Pastor

"5. Does his newspaper donate its space toward the, bet- Sunday SChool..10:00: a. m.
...... ," WITH Worship Service......11:00: a. m.
: terment and upbuilding of this community
Prayer MeeL..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
WATSONAnd Worship Serv..__Sun.'7:30 p. m.
6. Does he grant you favors that you would 'ask of your JIM
local newspaper? OnAPRIL St. Thomas Episcopal .
r L+e ,'-' ',. The Rev. Thomas Mably

7. Does the quality, of his merchandise stand inspection? ",;', 29 Priest In Charge '
: 3 miles east of Bunnell on
-', Hear Highway 100
8. Does his price include, postage and insurance charges? '. Special' Guest
Morning Worship..lO:00: a. m.
IfAfhe:: .,, can: answer ALL the above questions: in the .J affirmative, ,he '' DON JORDAN Church School..10:00 a. m.

has an equal right to your business. I Holy Communion first Sunday;,
..,. ',' of each, month
.' Co. '
.. Flagler Agrlcul. Agent
6:45 AM First Baptist ChurchN.

Central Ave. Flagler Beach
u' '. IF NOT CONSULT ON Rev. Max HalL Pastor
Sunday School..9:45 a. m.,
Worship Service....llOO: a. m. '
POWERFULCHANNEL Prayer Meeting Wednesday atCommunity
.. ; Tribune 7 p. m.
Flager| Hymn Sing first

J 12. Sunday of each month 7 p. m.

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I 7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSM APRIL 24.. 1969 Certificate No.5. Year 1966; claims or demands which they
Holder, Marco Polo Park, Inc. may have agalnat said estateIn I
LEGAL ADVERTISIUMEKT Assessed. to: John Bodlan. the office of the County
LEGAL ADVERTISEHJ Certificate No. 131. year 1968; Judge of Flagler County. Flor- Social Security I IN

IVOTICIfl Holder, Marco Polo i'ark. inc. ida, in the Courthouse at Bun-
A. provided 'Chapter 20728. IN TIIR CIRCUIT COUnT OF"KLAOLKIl Assessed to: John Bodlan. nell Florida within six calen- :"}
Acts 1941 Notice' Is hereby given COUNTY, FLOIII Certificate No. 143 Year 1967; dar months from the date of the .
that the tangible personal -' DAIn Holder, Stan Novak; Asaseased first publication of this notice. -E-W-S ;t\\
taxes :assessed for 1968 property are Ease No. B.1.1-K to: John Bodlanl! Each claim or demand must. be
now delinquent and beginning, ADDIE BELL BROWN Unless such certificates. shall be In writing and must state the
with April let such taxes are Plaintiff redeemed according law the place or residence and post-office Q. I am a bachelor and will
drawing Interest at 1% per ANDREW. property described In such certificates address of the claimant and- have social
month plus the proportionate liROWNDefendant will be sold to- the high- must be sworn. to by the be 65 In July. I no
cost of publishing: this notice. est bidder at the front door of claimant his agenti or his attorney security credits. Will I be eligible "
Unless the amounts set opposite NOrtVxM '.'U DEFEND the Flagler County Courthouse or It >eeome void
each name below are paid before THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: on the first Monday In the monthof according to, law. for Medicare
the lilt day ot May warrants ANDREW BROWN June 1969. which Is the 2nd April 24, May 1-8-15, 1969 A. You will be eligible to
will be l issued thereon directing Residence Unknown day of June 1969. at the legal /H/ Era Kea doctor
levy upon and the seizure of You are hereby notified that a hour of sale, to-wit: 11:00 a. m. ERA REA enroll in the voluntary
tangible personal property of the suit has been filed rtgalnst you Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this April 24, May l-It-l& ne. bill insurance part of Medicare -
taxpayer for taxes In the above entitled cause; and of April 1969. ""
unpaid penalties 22nd day but will not be eli-
and additional costs. The you are hereby required to file (Heal) LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT you
names of the delinquent personal your answer with the Clerk of GEORGE M. MOODY gible for the basic hospital In-
property taxpayers and the this Court and to serve a copy Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE OF* LEGISLATIONTO Insur-
amount of taxes and the first thereof upon the plaintiff orplaintiff's Court Flagler County. WHOM IT MAY COW*,.,i months penalty are as follows: attorney whose name Florida Notice Is hereby given of intention ance part of the Medicare pro-
Isaac Carter _.._..?_. 9 and address is: Apr. 24 May 1, 8. 15 1969.: 4tc. to apply to the 1969 Session financed out of social
Dalton H. Cobb:..?..??. 61:10 HORACE E. HILL of the Florida effisiature gram
Ben Israel ..........__.,....._.. 6.19 248 North Campbell Street LEGAL APVEUT1HKMKIVT! for passage of an act relating security tax contributions and
John Laing .?...?, 20.47 later Beach Floridanot to Flagler: County, recreationalareas who reach 65 after
W. A. ogleeby.1 2402 than ]May 12. A. p.. IN CIRCUIT COITIIT KL.AOL.KIl ; authorizing: people
Six T Ranch Inc.::::......-_.. 262:29 1969. COUNTY FLORIDA the board of county commissioners 1967 need credit for a certain, !
Jack Walker ..........._........... 3.68 If you fall to do 'so, Default CIVIL CASK NO. BI2-K to enter Into of work covered 'under
will be amount
entered for
DALE B. against you
BROWN .JR. MALCOLM L. JOHNSON cooperative agreementswith
Tax Collector the relief demanded In the bill Plaintiff federal and state social security to have the>

: f.leltc County. Florida of suit complaint. The nature of said VS. governments; for recrea- Insurance. A
being for hospital person
April. 17 .
n. F. OHAMES. JR., son of tional areas: authorizing
-- DIVORCE ROBERT F. OHAMES and the expenditure of certain' 65 this year needs credit for

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT said WITNESS Court this my 8th hand day and of seal April of LILLIAN ILA DIANNE B. GHAMES OHAMKS, wife and county effective funds date.; providingan 6 calendar quarters of work-

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO A. D. 1969. of R. F. SHAMES JR., all 4to April 24. May 1-8-15, 1969. about 1H years-to be eligiblefor
ItKUIMTKIl FICTITIOUS NAME GEORGE M. MOODY heirs. devisees, grantees, -, .- insurance.Q. .
In compliance with House Bill Clerk of said Circuit Court creditors of LILLIAN B. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT hospital
No. 11 T5. Chapter 20953. Laws of (Official Seal) OHAMES. and all other parties I have never worked un-
Florida, Acts of 1941 as Amended By Kathryn L. Emery claiming by. through NOTICE OF LEGISLATION der social security and haveno
the undersigned will register Clerk under or against LILLIANB. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
with, the Clerk of the Circuit _April 10. 17. 24. May 1. 4 to GHAMES, now deceased. Notice Is hereby given of Intention social security credits.
Court In and for Flagler Coun-, Defendants. to apply to ,the 1969Session However I will be eligible for
ty. Florida, upon receipt of proof LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN NOTICE OF KOHECLOMUIIR! of the Florida Leglsla-, ,
of publication of this notice the HALETO ture for passage of an act relating widow's benefits 'on my de?
following fictitious name: TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S THE DEFENDANTS HEREIN to the City or bunneil. ceased husband's social secur-
ASSOCIATES LKIl COUNTY. FLORIDA MAY CONCERN: municipal ity record when I am older.
located at Flagler Beach. Flor IN IMIOIIATR 9O7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN amending .eclfgrier2n8m'jJj Will I be eligible for both hose
ida under which (we) will engage IN RE: ESTATE OF that the undersigned GEORGE of chapter 28955 Laws of
in the business
REAL ESTATEand Deceased. Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit the limitation requiring under Medicare, when I reach
undersigned (are) in and Flagler County competitive bidding: providing -
the only persona interested in All creditors of the Estate of Florida, d.r pursuant to andb an effective date. 65?
said business. t ANGUS S. REYNOLDS SR.. De- virtue of a Final Judgmentof 4tc. April 24, May 1-8..5 A. Yes. Since you will be eligible -
ceased. are hereby notified and
Dated at Bunnell Florida I this Foreclosure entered In the
7 day of April A. fc>. 1969. required to file any claim or' demands above entitled cause! pending in LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT for social security benefits -
Donald R. Moore which they may have the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial for
will be eligible
against; said Estate in the office you,
Charles P. Trad Circuit, in and for Flagler NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
Apr. 10. 17. 24, May 1. 4tc of the County' Judge of Flagler County. Florida,. '(Civil Action TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: hospital, .insurance and you
County. Florida In the Court 512-E will within the legal Notice is
House No. ) hereby given of InSa'l can sign up for the voluntary
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT at Bunnell. Florida, withIn hours of sale between 11:00: A. M 1969
six (6) calendar months from and '2:00: P. M., on Friday the ::nolOth'PPJror:3atfgl: : doctor bill Insurance. '
IJT THE COUNTY JUDGE'Scoiiit'r the date of the first publicationof I 2nd day of May 1969. at the ture ,for passage of an act .
this l Notice. reFl <<- Q. My.husband and I are receivihg .
Each claim demand
IN AND KO11 FLAG- or front door of the Flagler County ftrto the City f Bunnell
I.KIl COUNTY FLORIDA. must be in writing and Courthouse $uq nell. Florida.. '. I :: social security benefits
IN MIOIIATK 005 must state the place or residenceand offer for sale and will sell at County municipal
post office address of the government but we are not yet 65. Do we
In re: Estate of public auction to' the highest ; amendingsections'
FRED LEWIS :MORROW claimant by the and must be sworn -to 1 and best bidder,for cash all the 44. 45. 46. and 47 of sale) have to sign up for Medlca.Jewhert ..:
Deceased. attorney claimant agent, or his right title Interest and claim of chapter providing for consolidation 'we become 65?
or it will become void -
the defendants. R. F. OHAMES.JR.
TO: ALL CREDITORS AND ALT. according DATED to law. and ILA DIANNE OHAMES:; county law enforcement A. You will automaticallyhave
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR 20. 1969. his wile and all boundby departments 65
ANGUS S.' persons ; providing an hospital insurance at -
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID said Final Judgment In and effective date. ,
ESTATE: ANGUS Executor S.of the Estate of to the following -described prop Apr 24; May 1-8-15: .4tc. ., _.__ _, 'as you are receiving social se-
You and each of you" are hereby Deceased. REYNOLDS. Sr.. erty situate lying and beingin 'cl rity. You will be mailed an
notified and required to present M. DEAN NELSON i the County of iFlagler State LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTAN
several months
any clalme"and! demands Attorney of Florida to-wit:
which you or either of you may 232 Third Avenue the Estate j' Being a. part Section 40, ACT IIRL..ATI1VO TO TIIRMCIIOOL before you are 65 so you can
have against the Estate of Fred Daytona Beach. t Township 10 00th ," BOARD OK- FLAGLEII.COUNTY .
Florida << -partlCu'farlY sign up for the voluntary doctor
Lewis Morrow Deceased late 24 East and more
of Flagler County Flor'da. to _April. 17. May-1. 8. 4tc described as- follbctrs. : Beginning A bill authorizing the Flagler bill Insurance.Q. .
the Honorable T. K. McKnlght. LEGAL at the Northeasterly County School Board to issue
County'Judge; of Flagler County ADVERTISEMENT corner of the said Section. 40, promissory notes or other evidence I have a maid one day a
Florida, at nls Chambers in the Township 10 South. Range of indebtedness In an week; must I report her earn
County Court House in Bunnell. NOTICE.. OF APPLICATION FOR 31 East as a point of reference amount up to $250,000.00; paya-
Florida within six months from TAX DEED and running thence ble from unemcumbered funds ings? .
the date of the first publication Notice Is hereby given that South 19* 57' 45\East.! along' other- than those derived from A. That depends on how
of this Notice. Marco'Polo Park. Inc.. the holder the Easterly line of the said: ad valorem taxes for the',purpose '
Each claim or demand must be of the. following certificate has Section 40, a/ ,"distance of of relocating existing school"- S much cash wages you pay
inwriting- and must state the filed said ''certificate for a. tax 2322.44 the Northerly buildings. v 'I( V :. her.;If/you employ a house-,
place of residence,and post office deed Ao.be; > issued 'thereon. Thecertificate leetoQ.t; a 100 foot Effective April ..15. 196ft.! I hold'worker '
address of 'the claimant and must number and: year of rightloflway of MalacompraRoad Apr. 17. 24. May 1. 8. 4t 6. and pay her a$,
be- sworn to by the claimant;,,his Issuance the description of- the : thence South 71* 03 much as $50.00 cash in a
agent or his attorney. property.'and the name in whichit 03* West along: the Norther- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN !!
DATED this 27th day of was assessed are as follows: rlght-of-way of MalacompraRoad quarter (January February,
March. A. D. 1969. Certificate No. 33: Year of Issuance a distance of 785.46 THE CIRCUIT COURT IN March (April May June),
JAN MORROW ZEMINA, as 1963; Description ofProperty feet to the point of beginning AND FOIL VLAGLKR COUNTY
Executrix of the Last. Will : Lots 29 & 30 Blk. E. i of this description: FLORIDA CASK NO. H4Z-B (July August September),
and Testament of FRED Warren Park Estates Sub. Assessed thence continuing South 71* PEARLIE MAE. YOUNG (October, November Decemberthat's -
LEWIS MORROW Deceased. to: John Bodlan.In 03' 03" "West along the said PlaintiffRUSSELL '
TJLMER.MXJRCHISON.. ASH--' addition to the above the Northerly right-of-way as little as $3.85a
BY &, BALL following certificate. are out- boundary, a distance of 60.0 YOUNG week over' a 13-week calen-
Attorneys for the Executrix standing Certificate on said property: feet: thence North 18* 56' Defendant
P. O. Box 479Jacksonville No. ,9; Year 1964; 67" West along said right- NOTICE OF SUIT dar quarter-you are requiredto
Florida 3201 Assessed Holder. Marco John Polo Park. Inc. of-way boundary, a distanceof TO: RUSSELL YOUNG whose report her wages for social
April 3. 10. 17. 24 4tc. to : Bodlan. 120.0 feet; thence North Last Known Place of Residence -,
71. 03'; 03" East, a distanceof I and address: UN- security.Q. .
60.0 feet: thence South KNOWN I have a domestic em-
19* 87' 46" East a distance of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- than
and her
120.0 feet to the point of beginning FIED that an action for divorce ployee paid more
of this description. has been filed against you the $50 cash in the last quarter.
Flagler! County Insurance Bearings are referred to the Defendant and you are requiredto
True Meridian and parcel serve a copy of your written t She does not want me to report -

contains 0.16 acres. defenses if any to It. on her wages and pay the
The said property as aforesaid the Plaintiff's attorney whose social contribution.
being sold to satisfy said Judgment name and address Is: security
Agency Inc. subject to any and all HORACE E. HILL What should I do?

valid prior mortgages liens 248 North Campbell Street A. You have chojce. You
and encumbrances and rights.Dated Daytona Beach, Florida
this 18th day of April and file the original with the are, required by law' to report
All Forms of Insurance A. D. 1969. clerk of the above styled Court these and the
wages pay social
GEORGE M. MOODY. on or before 28th day of MayA.
Clerk Circuit Court. Flag- D. 1969; otherwise a Judgment security contributionsince
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 County Florida may be entered against paid her 'than
(Official Seal\) you for the relief. demanded In you more
Rtuinell Florida 32010 By: /Kathryn L. Emery the Complaint. $50 in cash. The report for
Deputy* Clerk WITNESS, mv hand -and seal
and MarchIs
LELAND B. SHAWP. of the said Court on April 21st. January February

Attorney for Plaintiff Clerk of Circuit Court
A- A. April 24. Itc. By .Kathryn T.,, Emery BIRTHDAY DATA
Deputy ClerkSEAL

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN ( ) Happy birthday this week to:
April 24; May 1.8164tcLEGAL
Today: Richard French

TV. FLOIUIIA Wm. Haefer.' -

Plaintiff Notice is hereby given of Inten- Denise Clack Calvin Leggett.

JOHN CAPO. Manager ELIZABETH Defendant.P. TURNER of tion the to annlv Florida to the Legislature 1fl6A! Session for Saturday: Walter II. Holmes

OXYGEN NOTICE OF SUIT, passage of an act relating to the Jr. .
AIRCONDITIONED LADY TO ELIZABETH P. TURNER ,School Board of Flagler County: Sunday: Avis Kunkle. Geraldine -

I I EQUIPPED LaGrange 1201 First, Georgia Avenue authorizingthe promissory; notes board or other to Issue evidences Vogel Paul"_T. Mee.

ATTENDANT AMBULANCES YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat of indebtedness in an Monday: Hilda Faunt John .
CHAPEL amount to two hundred fifty
an action for.a. divorce has up
been filed against you in the thousand dollars $250.000)) pay- Janovi. Sr., Roy C. Maner, .
ID 7-3532 above Court and you are required able from unencumbered funds Helen McDermott.
other than those derived" from
to serve a copy of your written -
Tuesday: Marvin Cole. Al-
defenses, if any, ad valorem taxation for the nur-
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA plaint I to WALTER t.w.thNol4 pose of relocating existing school fred Traver ST., Harold Bige-
Attorney for }Plaintiff whose address buildings; providing-'an effective low Stratton Norcross.
date. -
Is 24 North Orandvlew
Avenue. Daytona Beach Florida: 4tc April 24, May 1-8-15 Wednesday. Judy Herman
and file the original with the Adelaide Calne Gertrude
Clerk of the above styled. Courton LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
or before May 30 1969 otherwise Zysk Kathy Rundle.
a Judgment may be enter-
ed against; you for the relief demanded NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
In the Complaint. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
WITNESS my hand and seal of Notice Is hereby given of Intention 3 Gallons Latex $5.75Free
after you see Said Court on April 14. 1969. to apr lv to the 196" Session Choice of TO Color
GEORGE M. MOODY, of the Florida I Legislaturefor : Interior or ExteriorYEOMANS
doctor. Clerk Circuit Court passage of an act relating to
your (Seal) Flagler County; establishing; a.
By Kathrvn L. Emery reservation for the protectionand PAINT FACTORY
Denutv Clerk propagation of salt water
bring yourprescription April 17. 24. May 1, 8. "4tc. fish and other salt water pro- 1H20 NOVA IIOAI
ducts In certain' waters: regulating Ormond peach D- .30
to the taking and handling of 'h..n 4ITT-N020
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT salt water fish and salt water 1
products: orohlbltlng the dumping -
IN TUB COUNTY JI1JJOF.i& of fish: providing violationis .
COI'HT IN ANn FOIL FLAGI.EIt11O(1NTY a misdemeanor: repealing
ttdQhdetUB.Jp FLORIDA. IN PRO- Chapter 8685. 1921 H: Chanter O. F. ALFORD
c MATH NO. tKM 12730 1927: Chapter 14037. 1929:
IN RE: Estate of Chapter 25829 and Chapter Registered
'D GERTRUDE L. HEREFORD 2 830. 1949: Chapter 67-1320:
HIOOINS. Deceased Chapters 61-744 and 612162. Real Estate Broker
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Laws of Florida and repealingall
Professional Bldg. creditors) of the estate of the other laws In conflict;
GERTRUDE: L. HEREFORD providing an Bunnell Florida
HIGGINS deceased, are hereby 4tc. April 44. Mayt1.8.15
notified and required to file any



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I g -THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. APRIL 24. 1969 few fishermen are trying for I
them, but with no luck. BUNNELL

from 'the tackle shop, had the George Griffith who docks his
lob of preparing over 20 deep sea fishing boat at
!thickens for the chicken fry Jack's has been out twice tryIng -
Arhlch was held by Mrs. Bing '* his luck. We noticed
for some of the visitors at George the other morning off
Bings. Flagler Beach.

\ Well it seems not only the

big yachts are going north, STATE PARK
but a school of 4 large sea .
cows which took time out fora FISHING'RODEOWINNER
stop at Bings. For those of
you, who remember Blngs pet

squirrel, Iggy well Iggy's Mrs. Edgar O'Hara of Jacksonville .
daughter is now a resident, was the star fisher
and has that same friendly man at Flagler Beach State
.", way as her father, by taking Park Saturday' when she
Ing peanuts from your hand. caught the biggest fish dur

FISHING LINEBy Devil's Elbow Fish Camp ing Florida State Parks Fish
ing Rodeo, Park Superintend.
Al Zamba Truman, tells us the trout ent Lt. I* W. Edwards an
are hitting from the inlet nounced today.
Week Ending April 20. 1969 north with some good catches. The 13 Inch blue fish she
:Mrs. J. T. Douglas, Jax. caughtover caught qualified Mrs. O'Harato
Bings Camp
-8, and one topping the win a 1969 annual State jriiuio oy AJIWO o. ilein 1..'.

.Well Sam Gamce still has scales at 7V4 Ibs. There are Parks entrance, pass, or "Sun INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLASS DISPLAY I.
that certain touch bringing in also good catches of bass and shine Ticket," which admitsall _
20 drum, 2 trout and '1 whit. blues being taken at the area the occupants of one's vehicle ;
at the inlet. to Florida State Parks. .
ing.Ed The "Sunshine Ticket" will o ,
Lowe Jax. and R. L. Flagler Beach Pier
Lowe Darwin, Conn, teamedup enable our winner to visit )
and brought in 20 drum, The whiting, blues and a State Parks as far south as
blues and flounder. few weakfish were biting and the Florida Keys to as far
Another regular at Blngs, fishing improved until the north and west as Pensacola;
Eli Edwards, Jax. had 44 water became muddy. In fact Beach. r
bass and 2 trout. The bass some of _the fishermen said 4t >
weighing in the 5 lb. class. you could cut it with a knife.So r
Fishing from the dock this the only things biting were v ;
past week, John Martin, a vis the catfish. EVENTS
itor had 1 large bass and
croakers.. Mr. Bill BrowningJust Jack Genung's Fish Camp Today: CAP meeting at 7:30p.

out of the Navy Boot Good catches of Summer m. at Bunnell airport han .

Camp tried his luck-3 whiting Trout are being taken from gar. "
1 :blue, 1 bass. But the the bridge at Crescent Beach.In (-0-) + i
Sunday, April 27: Daylight
one who takes the outstand
fact in the area from the
ing fishermen's award Savings Time begins.
was Inlet north. The trout are on .
Shorty Baker and family, com- the bottom hitting dead (-0-)
ing from Starke, and fishingon shrimp. And good catches of Monday April 28. Flagler
Beach Lions Club dinner-
the Dock had
they over bass and
whiting are being
meeting at 7:30: m. in the "-
200 yellowtails. taken. Jack mentioned the p. ;; r';
We noticed Irene Buckner, tarpon are at the Inlet and a Club. room on(-0-Hwy) AlA. Mrs. Morris' Fifth Grade "PARADE OF STATES"MRS. I

Royal Neighbors meet at I
7:30: p. m. at the home( of Mrs. A
,-- .,.., .. ':;.'"'' '" ". Herbert Allen, 902 N. Rail-
:: ; r
: road, Bunnell.

JI Flagler Beach Taxpayersmeet n
:1 at 7:30 p. m. In the Municipal
: Recreation Hall to

,,. -. ",.' ..>-...,, elect officers: for the ensuing
I ..
.S'k v t.o.Wednesday > F
\ \ L.r.t
,"April 28: Flag. _

;,. ler Woman's1 Club luncheonand
': Installation'at'' 12:30 at y1C'
Rogers Restaurant, N. Hwy.
.,-..". AlA, Flagler'Beach. Mrs: Otis
..:... > '"
Magee will be. the ipsta'lIlngofficer.

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,.. -<, ':;-' '" ,Residents With April birthdays .
'' ... /:" :: '; 'f. having?'been born in an
. .....t, j ?'-.. if'h tt 7"' <> ff.w: #,. .' I Io odd numbered ..shouldrenew'
.... 1.>; ". ., <' '" .;: ;f : <<: year,
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?.. ffi1I n: ; --.t1 JF{( theirdriver's licenses .
;:. : di' <
.' 'nw't'I; : '.. -. .:.:- .: : ;"/<::- / .I this month. HOLLAND'S FOURTH GRADE ur3
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)k !I t rF>_. j....",,( ."". "<0 -% 4 : ..''' C :i ; want to thank the many
I fr 1J* j iilffIt.} friends for their cards, flow
.< ,." :!.:s ', ', ':t JtJ /.' ers, gifts and visits duringmy r n

l 21.. fr 54.'W14"J! >,. recent illness.I Fi
;,.p, : -m.t < N
also would like'' to thank
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4. :':'lf:
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,<: __, wY .' : ., "" :,* mi1rf11: ;; the Doctors and Staff at Bun-
j J!,. :ij.,. .... .. .,' .:riJitj'4.; j$ <: l nell/ General Hospital for their'
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p" "" vWrat$M Ml1iiA..... many' kindnesses.I .
will always! 'be grateful.Mrs. .
."Mabel r
,-. It will feed a family of 900 Emery
fora day.
I c. will always hold In
grateful remembrance your

... j, .:\ 4 A Volkswagen Station Wagon has enough room sympathy many kind extended expressions: to us in of

to; carry: the loss of our loved one
J; :, 848 double-cut pork chops. 636 pkgs. Frozen The Family of
; ". Chicken wings 5,088 kosher franks, plus all Rudye, Shamblen Photo by Theo C. Heln '

'.r their rolls. 1,272Ibs. of Gravy Train. -. CARD OF THANKSWe SCIENCE DEPARTMENT EXHIBIT :.

I And when you're not loading it up with hundreds -Xx-'NX XX VX- VX >X X NX-"SX VX S -VXXX V NX 'VX' >*
load it with hun wish to take this meansto ,
, of pounds of food, you can up
thank all of our friends, Watch for the
dreds of pounds of people. who visited usr sent flowers, Opening ,

;.: A Volkswagen Station Wagon comfortably cards, letters and other kind
, ,<: seats seven 250-pounders. remembrances, while we were
.. Or if you have even more mouths to feed than patients in the Bunnell Gen MECHANICALMAY
J eral Hospital recently.All .
r that you can get one that seats nine.. of your considerationwas

And now that you know how big a Volkswagen deeply appreciated.We .
Station Wagon is, you should also know how also want to thank the! 1, 1969 '
r doctors, nurses nurses aides
t' small it is: and all staff members for :
About 3 feet shorter than the. average station. ,. their excellent attention( to us PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC.

t p'. 'wagon. r:: while we were there.
J And about" half a grand less. .', ." Many thanks to all. -
., t: '", <[" Mr. and.Mrs. Walter Meshey I FIXTURES REPAIRS.j

.. ,, ;' . CARD OF THANKSI I
Palatka am sincerely grateful to I .
i .. @ my friends and children for : ELECTRICAL WIRING .
; .
: their visits and and '
; prayers I :
I :
-;\Boyer Volkswagen UT"O'"ZlcaD&A' other kindnesses during my SERVING: :' BUNNELL AND FLA'GLER. BEACH,: }" ,
C" recent Illness and stay in the r

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