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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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,__ THITHSDAY.: :TMAY 29.., sere
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Flagler BillsIn
SUPREME COURT MAYOR FULLER /

Senate I. i i" JUSTICE WILL VETOES ACTION OF: :

By Williams. rt ADDRESS GRADS. COMMISSIONERS ,.

State of Florida' Supreme At a special Flagler Beach
Authority to consolidate Court Justice Joseph A. Boyd City Commission meeting
the city and county law, enforcement will give the.COmmencementaddress Monday night May 19 a veto
agencies In Flag at the Bunnell High message submitted by Mayor
ler County Is granted In a. School graduation exercises Herbert Fuller rejecting the .
bill. Introduced In-the Senate Friday, June 6 at the high appointment of Earl Caldwell -
I.. last Friday by Sen. ;J. H. Wil. school gymnasium. Gradua as Municipal Judge was
liams' of Ocala.Consolidation r tion exercises begin at 8 p. m. read to the commissioners.
:%
''would come Caldwell, a Flagler Beach
through resolutions adopted, businessman and resident of
J by the County Commissionand \ I 2 ..5t South Daytona, had been .appointed
the Bunnell City Com. S Municipal Judge by
mission. The sheriff would t: :i i't"f the city commissioners at a
head the law enforcement meeting Thursday night May
department and appoint sub- E
- ordinates. He would also be 15.The Mayor stated three rea-
executive officer of the ..may sons for vetoing the 'action:
t or's court. There would be 1. Because of the complexitiesof
t., no additional compensation. some decisions of the Supreme -
Another bill authorizes' the Court and various Circuit -
County Commission to enter' xyS Judges concerning the
into cooperative' agreementswith arrest and sentencing of law
the federal and state breakers, the office of Munic-
governments to provide, _,,_ ipal Judge should be held by
matching funds for acquiring, .r the most qualified man'avail
developing and operating' hotQ By\Ted. 'D able. 2. The City Judge shouldbe
recreational, areas: DAV 'FORGET-ME-NOT"- SALE 'SUCCESSDAV'Commander.Walter a available for consultationswith
A third local ,act proposes f the Police Departmentat
to give the Bunnell city man- : Wilkins, left give :Dr. John M. all times, therefore must
ager authority to make pur- Canakarls a, "Forget-Me-Not", for ,his cont btfof1. to the' fund be a resident of the city. 3.
chases up 'to $1OOO, ,wltl}out during the annual' sale Saturday morning:' in BUnnell. ,,v the Judge should have a legal
competitive ''bids,1',;and ,to veil Donations ceeded_ $150 and,will be used, byj the local Dial degree in law and preferably
surplus ropertfes'to the same abled American Veterans chapter to assist'vete lans. and 'their;" JUSTICE" 'JOE' BOYD Bar.be a member of the .Florida
Association. ,
amount, minus: .bids.UMMER families. The Rev. Oliver'' Taylor of After discussing: the.Mayor's
.A First United Methodist Church veto the commissioners voted
MRS. KOZLOWSKI \ BACCALAUREATE of Bunnell ,will 'the .
L' give invocation : 4-1 to,retain Caldwell as Municipal I
: ,' : it DIED MAY 22 .AT SUNDAY; JUNE- '1 and.benedictionForty / ,' Judge. j ,
-foupj peal*-Will re-
VACATION > FLAGLER- BEACH Baccalaureate for the grad. celve diplomas.. v, t r
STARTS JUNE 2 Mrs. Helen_ A. Kozlowski, 70, uating''' class''fcflK'Bunnell' High'' Ushers will be Rebecca BHS THIRD vi i
v*" ., k: has been set for 8 ANNUAL AWARDS ." -.
"IT 390 Palm" Circle Flagler School p. Durrance, Mary Alice Emanuel :l -
.' The 1968.69 school \'termwill Beach, died Thursday.'her' 'm., .Sunday. 'June 1 at First Marian Irvin Beth,.;Math DATJUNE 2 } ,<
close Monday June 2'at: home after a lengthy illness. United ;JMeth*dlst Church. erly Ann Meeklns, and Bar. '{ *"
.' Ji:45: .a. .m. for FaglarJC0unrty ; '_ '" Born tin 'Pittsburgh, 'Pa.-"'she BunnelL ,:;' '' .. bara Wilson." "' ..kCAR I Outstanding students at-;;
school students., ,Students e moved to "Flagler' -)#each\ J. \ TheR Y.ial1as, Browtr : i Bunnell High School will ref=
will be dismissed ( after! the year ago. from Lima Ohio*.*.'- ing of Flatgler Beach'' ,United TAGS' ;1,T, ,7;Z '' ;t t1 s nual ve.awaMs..at.theThlr.d.M-1-.t, AwaVils ; ). _.___... # '
"half-day session and no Survivors-.lnC'lu' le. 2 daughters Methodist ''ChUrch will give; GO ON :"" Day Program r I
,, ,lunches will be served: in: the .' Miss Helert KozloWSki,. the' invocation and 'the Rev. SALE. / Monday morning June 2 at
MONDAYThe 9:30: Iii the school .
cafeterias .Monday. Flagler. Beach, Mrs. Margaret Max Hall of Flagler ''Beach The gymnasium.
Final exams will be 'given Rohrs Malinta, Ohio; 2 sons; Baptist Church.iwill read, the 1969.70 'automobile license Academic public is invited.
Thursday.May 29.,and Friday Bernard Kozlowski, Flagler" Scripture. The Rev. Father plates go on sale Mon awards'' will be and athletic
May 30 and students will be Beach; and Leonard' Kozlowski. Antonio Leon will deliver. day, ,June 2. according to the faculty' to presented 'by *
dismissed Friday afternoonat Lima Ohio. prayer and soloist is 'Mrs. County Tax Collector Dale B. 70 student.' approximately
2:05 due to test schedules. Funeral services were at Gordon Buckles. Brown, Jr. The new car ,tags Scholastic and
according to Principal C. A. Lima Ohio. Craig Funeral The Rev. Oliver Taylor are green and white and there award athletic '
winners
.McGriff. Home, Bunnell' .was In'charge pastor of Bunnell First United is no change In price. Brown nounced will be an- ;
'of local arrangements: Methodist Church will deliver said. The 1968 car tags be. Jack Hall.COUNTY, .according to Coach,
the sermon. come delinquent July 20.
Rev. Charles Anders, Bun., 1969. ..
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NEW AUTO INSPECTION LAW nell First' Baptist Church, will Boat registrations also go OFFICES : 1
give the benediction., ", on sale Monday. The Tax Col TO CLOSE
The 1969 session of the Florida Legislature passed a lectors office Is open Monday MEMORIAL DAY' / : .
law changing the semiannual Inspection program (twicea JACK(,PETIT thru Friday 8 a. m. to, .4:30 p. All offices In the county', .
year) to an annual program (once a, year). This law ELECTED DISTRICT m. courthouse will be closed all..; .. ..
will go Into effect .June 1, 1969 and provides that all In. VFW OFFICER TIDE TABLE day Friday May 30 in ob. ,:
spection certificates issued will be valid for one servance of Memorial
year
4 Jack Petit, Bunnell, member Tides For May 29-June 4 Day. '_
from the month of issuance. The offices will
: of Veterans of Foreign HIGH LOW open Monday,
I The new law provides for the Department of ''Public Wars '''Post .5213, was elected Day A.M. P.M. A.M. P.Me June 2 at 8:30: a. m. accord. '

Safety to promulgate a reinspection schedule for vehicles 18th District Junior Vice Commander 29 6:00 6:30 11:54: 11:59: George ing to.Moody.Clerk Circuit Court
displaying current Inspection certificates in an ef 'at - 'fort to assure. year round inspection. program. LlsteS vention at Orlando. 31 7:48: 8:18: 1:36: 1:34: ler Beach city halls will Flag
I below is the reinspection schedule for motorists whose Other post members attend 1 8:42 9:12 2:30: 2:32: open during the holi remain
'..' vehicles display current certificates. ing the meeting Sunday, May 2 9:36: 10:06 3:24: 3:26 day., The Bunnell City Hall
18 were Danny Johnston andT. 3 10:30: 11:00
: 4:18: 4:20: will be from
Current Certificate open 8:30.4:30
expires June A. Jones. : :
4 11:30:
11:59
5:12 5:24
1?< lnsn < Mr n due June airir' July : and Flagler Beach 9:00.5:00.: :
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Current Certificate expires July \; \J.; >, S
Reinspection ,due August' and September' '.\-."'" .-??'

Current Certificate, expires August ;;;;. :

Reinspection 'due October and November. '.
Current Certificate expires September' ". "
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Reinspection due' December, 1969 and '
and January' 1970.' v

Current.. ,Certificate expires October :

Reinspection due February and,, March, 1970.,, : .- ., I ia ix
3. 4
Current Certificate expires November

Relnspection due April and May 1970,.

The total fee to be charged for (the inspections';be-,
ginning June 1, 1969, will' be 'S3:0o.Thls: ',means that' the ),
Inspection station will ,retain* $2.6O, ? :per inspection I' "
with 40c of the,$3.00 total, being used for purchasing'Inspectlon "
certificates from the Department of Public Safe-
ty.. -

The new' law has been. changed granting the 'motor- I
1st :ten ((10) days for the purpose,, of getting his. rvehlcle

repaired ,and retumed tq.;; he,,,inspection'station after be : ..,
ing rejected and not being' ;;required..to;pay.-the..addition."" ,J: '. )

al tee. ___ .f ...s j gg '," ,.,;- .
Delinquent Fee: Effective( June ,k,.1969 any vehicle .: :
presented for Inspection whf l'was laWfully' required to .- BHS STUDENTS VISIT DBJCWelcoming. '
be Inspected prior to ,,the date : .
presentedorinspection:! : '
shall be charged In addition to the regular ''fn.spectlon OIIC Bunnell 'High School students to 'DBJC is ,Dr. 'Roy F. Bergerigren/,Junior college I'
p 1T0S1Q ,
fee a DELINQUENT FEE of $1.00. t
_' Following ,the welcome the students met with ". ,
Dean John H. Smiley for a tour of the *
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ap- ',,
plied sciences :facilities at the college.
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T1IUHS.. MAY 29, 1069.
ZI1it} SUngler mribunrINCORPORATED Entered ,2 THE FXJlGLEIt TRIBUNE -
aa second cIa. matter .'
February 6. 1913. at the post-
Dt1NNELL. FLORIDA office at Bunnell Florida under
Act of larch 3. 1876. I E < Lean Western "Center Cut"
JOlfN A. CLJEOO C Iua
Editor and publisher :XOeO r C.:7 (
BBTTB 8. MeDXNIRL. .e Year 9S.-.' aw.INC.. Pork ChoPJlb.
pTewa. Editor, .tac .|*Btk*..., .2_

Oe.i.Rated aew.oaper fee all Ovtalde 11'1._... C..7 .
n Legal Advert/.iai *jOO Per Year
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I. EDITORIALA 18

MEMO TO GRADUATING SENIORS

The end of May always signifies the end of another school
year and the graduation of another class of seniors.
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
We have hot talked specifically with the graduating sen
lots of Bunnell High School, but wo do know that college and *

older high school generation.students In general are rather, impatient with the ROAST Ib. 68

Before we condemn the older generation too severely for
their failures, and there are many, let's look at the great accomplishments
that have been made during the past fifty years.
Probably no other fifty year period In> history has surpassed the
present ruling generation.In ALL MEAT STEW lbm 78

transportation, for example, we have ,::come from a few :
motorized carts in 1919 to almost unimaginable leveloprnents-- -

all power. all electric, air conditioned, terrific speed, and beau.
tiful design. Yes, our cars of today have everything but the

kitchen sink. FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $169
Few people considered airplane travel practical fifty years
ago. Now, everybody files everywhere and at reasonable cost, LEAN ,,
too. The air is so full of planes that you sometimes' have a difficult
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time landing at the big city airports.in ;

communication, we' have made almost unbelleveable ,Streak O'Lean Lyke's. "Sugar Creek" ALL MEAT J

progress in telephone, radios, television.. It is hard to believe,- FRANKSlb. i
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that twenty.five years ago television was still a home-owmers WHITE BACON

dream. .oz. $ f9 And' in space, what more could we say after our recent : 48' 312 .X (Each 43c) J
Apollo trip to the moon. It is almost too amazing to believe.
'
Look at the comforts added to our homes In the past ,fifty Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D "CUT UP"
years. Electric stoves, hot water heaters, air conditioning, central :
'\ heating, vacuum cleaners, .blenders, washing machines and POUND
driers, television, stereo and garbage dlspostal ,units. All of 89
these things were hardly more mort than a dream fifty years '. 5 $1.
ago. : BAG

Money-In spite of inflation we still are, able to buy more
and have more. Credit Is universal and loans are available to
those who intend to repay. Wealth has been ,better distributed.

Socially, we have devised medicare, social security, job se.
curity, workman's compensation, public 'health departments, "BEAN POTSPECIAL" HAM CHUNKS lb. 49* 1
public libraries, state parks, hospital insurance- and many other :
benefits! for the present generation to make life more comfor

table.No
the older generation has not done so badly. But, in the Showboat (Limit i 5 with food order)
great strides we have made, we have left, many problems un No. I MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
solved. There problems are the, challenge for the new genera. AID BENS: Can ::1C) (r .J _
tion to solve. N FLOUR
Evangeline No. 2i Can
Wars-Will the new generation bp able'to succeed where we
have failed in our'efforts to achieve world peace? We have tried SWEET POTATOES E.. 290
League of Nations, World Disarmament Conference and United 10 Bag 990
Nations. All have failed; we are still at war. We hope the new Value 20 Loaf .
Farm Large oz.
generation finds the answer. 1 with $5.00 or more food. .order

Morality-Will the new generation ,be able to correct the BREAD 3 For 6geml

ills of society that we have tended to create. Drug ,addiction,
public nudity; campus disruption, racial unrest, illegal protestation Purex 1/2 Gal.
decay of moral character, loss of patriotism and love of Each Joe Grain's Grade "A"
country, crime and the decline of religious influence. BLEACHOld 290 SMALL

Other unresolved problems that await answers from the EGGS
Milwaukee 12 Can
younger generation are a better way to nominate and elect a oz.
president of the United States, reorganization of the Judiciary BEER ((6-Pak) 990 Doz.
to obtain faster and better justice, a law enforcement system -Carton 3 79
that can cope with all crime, cut the red tape out of govern.
ment administration and a new method of financing and ad. FOLGER'SCOFFEE
ministering our educational system. ,

These are a few of the ,problems the new generation your
generation. ,must attempt to resolve.To FROZEN FOODS -

the graduating class of 1969, we say "We wish you 1 lb. 470 Morton's
good sailing on all the seas of life". Tin
, : '. CREAM PIES For
John A. Clegg Limit 1 with'$5.00 or,more food order 3 89c

Morton's CHICKEN-BEEF TURKEY

LETTER TO THE EDITOR- 1 year old boy, and althoughmy FRESH PRODUCE POT .
Dear Editor: boy isn't affected by the PIES 2, p8kr.. 3geLETTUCE'
+ transfer now, he will be 5 Large HEAD .
My husband and I were years from now. E"
certainly shocked when we Parents will be inconvenienced 190 RED & WHITEDETERGENT
i heard of the State Dept. of because they'will have
Education's decision to close to get their children up while Juicy Western .
our elementary school In it's still dark in the winter
f' Flagler Beach, and bus the time In order to get them out ILOPES 3 For $:(
children to Bunnell. Oh we to meet the bus. The children,' Giant '
' have nothing against Bun. especially those who are ac. Fresh Tender .. Size 39 e
. nell, which Is a fine and lovely customed to walking to school
;r' community, but to bus will be deprived of daily exercise POLE BEANS lb. 190 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
;.; children to a community 8 and play, which Is so .
'
:; miles away when we have a necessary for them to -grow 7.
t, fine school certainly is a big up healthy arid strong. Another
mistake in quite a few ways, thing going on a school
y; not' only for the chlldrel and bus a child can catch *more ,
affected but for the colds and communicable '
-',' parents di
, community as a whole. seases quicker because of be
, We know that Flagler ing grouped together in., a
; Beach will' lose many a prospective warm bus.
fit- resident who has FOOD RODGERS
Mrs. Mildred L. Davis
children
!!r school aged when 111)) I
they find out that the State Flagler BeachTHANK I
closed their school and that,
their children have to travel III"1Phone
8 miles ito: another town. Parents YOU .
,t. with ,children under the We would like to thank OPEN SUNDAYS ""mm nni"11
3rd grade would rather send 437-3227
r,\. their small children I to a local for everyone our'daughter who donated, 'Tina.It blood 8OO a.m.-ll00.p.DI". ,- .
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school rather' than one in the 'is deeply appreciated. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good May 29 U'S'. No- 1 BUNNELL
next town. I am a mother of a Howard and Lillian Allen 30,31, and June 1 and 2, 1969!

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I 3-THE FLAGLER: .T2U3UNE THURS.. MAY 29. 1969 FLAGLER COUNTY
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HOSPITAL' 'NOTES Mlms Angeline Willette' Bob CHURCH--' "'3 CHURCH DIRECTORY

by Lee Smith, Reginald
('' Thelma Law J. "D. II -
ADMISSIONS: ) I J ,cramp 'l ,
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Rodgers, Dale 'Abbott, May CATHOLIC CHURCHES ,

Lucille Walker Dale A>. Kiefer, Margaret Pelllcer, I .JL .. 'I I The Revs Father Anthony ,
bott. Jerry ''Cauley. The J.Il. ** Maulse McKenny, ,James :
Leoa.'PastorSt.
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Law, John SeayJvhn Camp* I 4.,.Macklson, CJharles Mlsslnne, "'I d v' r'SUNDAY
bell. Wilson Austlne ? Mark's. Alvin Sasser. SERVICES .
Ensley Elma J :' Marys Church, Korona
,
Sasses Melsenla, Drady Alvln. .. '" Weekly, ermon CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Sunday Mass..._....... 7:30 a. m.
Mlms Marie
CHURCHES JUNE 1 Weekday Masses: Monday,
Barbera BIRTHDAY DATA
Julia Bass Sharon Methodist Church
Bible
Christian.Science and 8:30a.
Rockett The Wednesday Friday, :
Christine Margaret Pelllcer Happy birthday this week to: Bunnell Firs: United Lesson.-Sermon this Sunday m. \
Grace Marzell
Marsh Baby Girl Grice Grace Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor recalls Paul's timely adviceto J.k
Today: Beth Walters, Joyce Rev. "The nightIs
the Romans: Blessed Sacrament Chapel i
Gesnke Ruth
Watkins Agnes Landen", John Cody.
HOUSE the day Is at Flagler Beach
GOD'S far spent,
Everhart ,
Grace Watt, Irene Friday: Marlena Wigle. hand: let us !therefore cast off Sunday Mass ..._.......9:00 a. m. i
Gordon, Wilbur Thorn, An. Saturday: Billy Ilafer. Ella. church Is of God and,. and
drew '/The < the works of darkness Weekday Masses: Tuesday, .i
Wilder and Evelyn mae Cauley Mildred Landen. where we worship and learnof let us put*on the armour of Thursday and Saturday at '
Braddock.
Sunday. Billy Bross Frank Him Is Important. Every light." The subject of the .9OO: a. m.Ca.techlsm.
DISCHARGES: Kblar, L. H. Hardin Arthur. congregation should set asidea sermon is "Ancient and Mod Classes. 3:00: p. m. '
White, Cindy Greif.I'' piece of land with an ade em Necromancy, alias Mes Tuesday.St. .1
Vivian Arnold, Edythe Monday: R. D. Stryker quate building In which the merism and Hypnotism De !

Damron, Baby Boy Damron, Billy Cauley George M. Word of God Is preached nounced." Stephens, Bunnell
Montlne Craddock Oscar Moody, 3rd, Walter J. Jenkins. and teaching, of Christian Another passage' In the les Sunday Mass:..._..1O:3O a. m.
Melss Mildred 'Kahlert, Will. Tuesday: John J. Schott, values Is presented to the son from Science and Health Catechism Classes: 3 p. m. ,
lam Deen, James Brown, Mark Elaine Laurie White. people. Therefore, it becomes with Key to the Scriptures by Tuesday. I .
Hannah' Klmmle Black Jerry Wednesday: Mildred Hafer( the responsibility of each Mary Baker Eddy, explains: Confessions before all masses. '
Cauley, Janice. Minshew, John Betty Logan. Karen' Clegg, congregation to participate in '"The Christian Mind heals Weekday Devotion:. Novena
Seay, Alice Thacker, Melsenla Robert McDanlel.PHOTOGRAPHER building of the necessary while the hypnotist dispossesses to Our Lady Wednesday and

buildings.As the patient of his Individuality Saturday after. Mass. f
In order to control .
buildings become made '
Community Memorial ';
him.
or outmoded change is '
quate'
Service at Christian Science Church
necessary. The buildings of a Ave.. Beach
Churches are open to all. Daytona Flagler
church speak mutely to the Reverend n. W. Dicker Pastor

WILL, BE AT community by presenting ST. THOMAS CHURCH Sunday School ._...._._..__9:45
themselves as outward mani SERVICE CHANGES Worship Service .._.._.._..11:00 t
BUNNELL CIVIC CENTER festations of their inward EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof

functions. Therefore, let us Beginning June 1 St. Thom each month at 2 p. m. "
all be concerned: with the
will have --- f
as Episcopal Church :
ONE DAY ONLY
beauty and functional'aspects only three morning worship First Baptist ChurchRev. i

SATURDAY MAY '31. of our churches. services during June, July Charles Anders. Pastor

When the 'Hebrews returned and August. Services will be Moody Boulevard- Bunnell

HOURS: 9-5 from captivity the time at 10:00: a. m. Sunday School ._...9:45: a. m.
became a time of rebuilding.This and August. Worship Servlce..JLl:00. a. m.
NO HIGH PRESSURE SALESMEN Is a continual> challengeof There will be Holy Communion Evening Worship..._6:3O p. m.
the church today. Our Services June 1, July Adult Choir Rehearsal.._...7:30:
INDIVIDUAL PORTRAITS-ALL AGES buildings speak for us. "Someof 13 and August 3.' There will Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.,

GROUPS AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE the heads 'families:' when be, no church school In'the Monday
they came, to the house of three month period. YWA:' 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd,
Deposit of $3.00 required which may be appliedto the Lord in Jerusalem, made' The ReV. Milton S. Kanaga, Monday I
.. freewill offerings for the Ormond Beach, is Locum Tenens Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p. m.,
photo order house of God,.'to erect it on its during'tHe absence of the Wednesday
site." Ezra 2:68.: Vicar, The Rev. Thomas Mab- Junior Choir: 3:30 p.' m.

ley.F. Thursday

B. METHODISTSTO First United Methodist

..-: HONOR SENIORS Lambert Avenue Bunnell '

Two 1969 ,BUS graduating Rev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor
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seniors. Miss Kathy Bourne Sunday School..9:45: a. m.
and David Johnson, will par Worship Service..._11:00 a. m.
W TO
4 F QUESTIONS ::; ticipate In the morning worship Youth Choir ''Rehearsal: 6:45p. :

; ... Wednesday 'It-I'
f \ ...., the service. Flagler. at .Beach 10:00 Sundayat United Children m.Choir'' Rehearsal t

Methodist Church 2nd and' 4th Thursday at.. 3" I
: : i f
TA1O1
9. > ;' 'r .J The Rev Dallas Browning 3 p. ,m. '
will have as his sermon topic MYF: 2nd and ,4th ,Sundays. :
ASK THE v r "One World At A Time".' 6:30 p. m. ,

: I" .A WSCS: 1st Wednesday at 1

.. { .' METHODISTS START \ 9 a. m.
"' J
,
: r, Friendly Circle: 3rd'Thursday
BUILDING FUND DRIVE
..,, at 8p.m.
The First United Methodist Methodist Men: '3rd Wednes

RINTING PEDDLER !!"!' Church.start of Bunnell Its Building will Fund officially day at 7:15 p. m. .

Drive In order to build a new Flagler Beach United :

Educational Building Sun- Methodist Church

When the peddler selling stationery''and printing supplies solicits day Cost, June of 1.the new buildingwill ,DR. DALLAS BROWNING. 'I

your business, there are' a few questions' which he should4'Cbe." will be approximately $40- Daytona Ave PASTOR, Flagler Bead I

ing to answer to your satisfaction.. -' 000. It will face Lambert. St. Church School.._......9:00 a. m. '

and join the present sanctu- Morning Worship....10:00 a. m. "
**
'1.rpoea' he pay taxes in this community? f f' | >\ ary., storage A fellowship rest hall rooms kitchen and- MYF. ..._,....._...._.._...6:30: 'p. m. :
Womens Society Christian
class will be to
joined
rooms
Service 2nd of each.
2. Can he supply your order on short notice? ,'*t' the present sanctuary by coy month :at 9:30 Thursday a. m. -
,. r I" ered walks and the architecture
\ Methodist Men: Dinner-meet-
3.: Does he donate space in the newspaper. to your., local. will be complimentary to. Ing at 6 p. m. 2nd Monday of .
community enterprises :y**'' 'r the present sanctuary. Architects each month.
for the building are
sew" Craig and Snead of Daytona
4. Does he pay wages to employees located in the .' PENTECOSTAL
HOLINESS CHURCH
? ,
County "
Beach.CALENDAR Bunnell Off Franz St.
OF Reverend T. D. Peacock. Pastor

5. Does his newspaper donate its space toward the, bet- EVENTS Sunday School.._...10:00 a. m.,
Worship Service..._.11:00: a. m...
terment and upbuilding of, this ,community? Thursday, May 29: Civil
Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
Air Patrol meeting at 7:30: p. Worship Serv.. .Sun. 7:30 p, m.
?
6. Does he grant you favors that you would ask of your m at Bunnell Airport. .
(-o-)
local newspaper? .' St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
Friday May 30: Memorial
Day. Rev. Thomas Mably
7.: Does the quality of his merchandise stand inspection? (.0.) Priest In Charge I.
Monday, June 2. Flagler 3 miles east of Bunnell on A
<
8. Does his price include postage .>and insurance charges? County Commission meets at Highway 100 l
9 a. m. at the Bunnell Court'. Morning Worshlp..lO:00 a m.
I If' he can answer ALL the :above questions In' the affirmative, he *
house. Church School.1000: a. m.'
has an equal right to your business., ": ., 'C-0-:) Holy Communion first Sundayof
,..
: Bunnell City Commission each month I
".Y 4 meets at 7:30 p. m. at City \
Hall. First Baptist ChurchN.
,.I
(o.) Central Av., Flagler Beach f,
IF NOT CONSULT ;[ VFW Auxiliary meets at 8 Rev. Max HalL Pastor .ti
4 p. m. at the post home West Sunday School..9:45: a. m.
4. Moody Blvd., Bunnell. Worship Service..11:00 a. m.
(-O-) Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
TheFIQ.glerTribunY' Korona Civic Club will meetat 7 p. m.Community.
8 p. m. at White Eagle Hymn Sing' first
Hall. President' Lee .Drazba Sunday of each month 7 p. m.>'
.v,' f.S: will
preside.
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r ," .. ... ,'. Masonic Lodge NO: 200 F&AM ''
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'f;' ", ) 11(... CHURCH' OF YOUR1CHOICE .
meets at 7:30 p. m. at /the

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FLACLER TRIBUNE '
MCKNIG HTCHOMEY 4-THE

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'" WEDDING JUNE 7 MRS. SHIELDS BRIDGE

r F i Miss, Carolyn,, Sue Chomey ELECTED IDLEWOOD LUNCHEONMrs.7Morrls *
4N and JlVfn; Jesse ''HlldretH. Me- PRESIDENT" *l.. 'w -Wf-., Stults was hos

J Knight III, will be married -4 .. bridge luncheon
Shiet'ds tess at a -
,I Saturday; irhorrfln. ,;rune7th' Mrs. Gordon was".
at the
Saturday Afternoon
.! ,at..eleyen,9'fl locX..A ,.$l..Thorn;,. elected president pf the Idle. Whitehall Hotel In Daytona
Tues. .
a.meetfng .
at
I as More Catholic Churbh, wood Club ; '
) Florida State University Campus day night at the home of Mrs. Beach. ,
"
.( Tallahassee Florida. Charles Chambers, Colony Guests were Mrs. R. A. Pow

Miss Chomey is, the ,daughterof : Park Bunnell. ell, Mrs. R. W.: Cody, Mrs. R.

Mr. John P, Chomey Jr., Other officers elected to W. Deen Jr., Mrs. Floyd

Fort Wayne, Indiana and serve the ensuing year with Tingley, Mrs. W. W. Deen,
<" Mrs. Marie Barto Fort Lauderdale Mrs. Shields were Mrs. Dale Mrs. S. H. Cameron and Mrs.

$: } Florida, Mr. Me- Brown! Jr., vice president; Clifford Higginbotham.
1 Knight Is the son of Mr. and and Mrs. Chambers, secretary- i
I'!' '," Mrs. J. II. McKnight. Jr., Flag. treasurer. BUNNELL LIONS CLUB

1 ler Beach, Florida. Both Miss Theme for the meeting was INSTALLATION

if: Chomey and Mr. McKnightare "Tacky" and members wore FRIDAY. MAY 30
;" graduates of Bunnell High varied tacky attire. Mrs. W.
School and Daytona Beach W. Deen won first place for District Governor Joe Gil-

\ Junior College. Mr. McKnight being the "tackiest". arde, Orlando will install the
:
will be graduated from Flor It was announced the club new officers of the Bunnell

ida State University June 7. would adjourn for the summer Lions Club Friday May 30, at

Friends of the couple are Invited months and the next 8 p. m. at the Dolphin Restau

to attend the weddingand meeting would be In September rant, Marineland. Presentingyear

.iI "; ""_ ;:;;:''-''::'-.-...: reception. at the home of Mrs. John. pins and awards will be

Clegg., District Governor Elect Bob
RECEPTION HONORS DR. AND MRS. BROWNINGThe COOKOUT FOR Cook of Ocoee. Governor Elect

Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Dallas Browning were honored at a SENIORS RETURN TO ALABAMAMr. Cook was elected last weekat

reception Sunday afternoon from 3.5 p. m. at the Flagler Beach The Cook twins John and and Mrs. Lovelace Gordon the State Lions Conventionin

Methodist Church recreation hall. Dr.. Browning assumed the Janet gave a cookout Saturday and children left Fridayto Jacksonville.Bert .

pastorate of, the Flagler Beach United Methodist Church May 1. night at their home. Magnolia return to their home in Reames Sr., past District

)1 About seventy attended the affair hosted by the ladles of Avenue Bunnell for a Mobile Ala. after spending a Governor'and retiring

the church. group of their senior classmates week in Bunnell visiting his secretary of the Daytona
Beach Lions Club, will serveas
at BUS. parents Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
ATTEND FAMILY Gordon. Master of Ceremonies.
I CELEBRATIONS MISS PARHAMMR. -. About 20 enjoyed outdoor Daytona Beach ''Lions sponsored -
Visitors at the Gordon
games and refreshments.
!! Mrs. J. F. Mercer. Bunnell,, ABBOTT home this week are Mr. and the Bunnell Lions. Club

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mercer SENIOR, CITIZENS Mrs. George Gordon New twenty years ago.
will be Earl
Ormond. and Mrs. Emma ARE ENGAGEDMr. CLUB PICNICSAT York City, and' Mr. and Mrs. Also attending

Masters. St. Augustine visitedat James S. Parham of George Gordon II, Pagaland Caldwell zone chairman of
Ga. MARINELAND S. C.ALLEN. Zone 1, Region 2.
Waycross Sunday. Tampa Florida and Mrs. FredB.
Mrs. J. F. Mercer and Mrs. Wilson of Macon Georgia There were ,38'members, and Officers to be installed Include

:Masters: attended the Ray announce the engagement and guests present for the Flagler E. GESCHKE Howard Lerch President
Family Reunion and the JohnH. forthcoming marriage of Senior Citizens' Club picnic ; John Capo,. Secretaryand

Mercers attended a birth- their daughter. Saundra May 20 at Marineland. Aftera PASSED AWAY First V. President; Tony

day celebration honoring his Marie to Mr. Dale John Abbot covered dish ''lunch on the Kahlert second, V. President;
grounds the, attendedthe TUESDAY ,AFT. M. B. McDanlel, third Vice
.aunt Mrs.. Kate Waters. son of Mr. and Mrs. JackD. group
2:00 o'clock President John A., Clegg
'show. ; ,
Abbott of Flakier Beach. Allen E. Geschk 69, North
HOME. FROM VISIT Grandparents ,of the bride For the first of,Its monthly Highway A-A passed away' Treasurer; M. B_ Fuller Lion

;Mrs Eugene Nipper and elect are Mr. and Mrs., James meetings during' the summer Tuesday afternoon at Bun- Tamer; Wlllard Tucker;, Tail

Mrs. Lamar LJngold',have returned Nordan of 110 Boyton Blvd.,' the Club wjll ,have a potluck nell General Hospital after a Twister; 'and Dale Brown' P.

from West Palm .South Daytona, Florida. Mr. supper at 6:00: P. M., Tuesday lengthy illness. A. Edmonson Grady Prather' ,

Beach after. visiting a week Abbott Is the grandson of the June 3, in Its clubroom at the 'He was,born In Harrison, N. Robert Cook, Directors.

with Mr. and ,Mrs. Paul Bar.row late Milton D., Abbott and Municipal Building. Flagler J. and was: a winter visitor at

and ,Mr. andr'Mrs.. Richard Mrs. John C. ,Trols of New Beach.; Chairman'Mildred Sara Flagler Beach 15 years before COMPLETES' WATER' s

Ungold andfamlly. Smyrna Beach Florida and geant ,urged,.ajl} members to moving there 4 years ago WORKS COURSE ,
1 Mrs. Katherine Chong of the be present as :plans will be from Asbury Park N. J. He Ralph Harbert; City of Flag.
ATTEND\ .FUNERAL, N. J. Republic of Panama. made for the,club's activities was a member' ,of the' Meth. ler Beach Water Plant Operator

tl4r. and Mrs. Duane Deen Miss Parham is a ''graduate In .July'nd August.VISITING E, odist Church., '. recently' completed all\t

have returned- home from of Lanier High School Macon, ,He, Is survived his wlfeL ? study and examinations :for f
Ramsey N. J. where they ? Georgia, ,and attended both : "I'J1rris; : ; Grace Flagler by Beach..: rf_. : the i, class "B" Water Works 'It
'were called due tot the death Mercer and Kahlertand ? > i Operator Certificate. j
oJ Georgia Southern Lt. and Mrs: JTam; daughter, Mrs. He was
Grace, .Abell* *
; of his uncle, Roy SIsco. Universities. She is ; : Informed by the 1'
I a 1969: daughter ana, :Ft. Ben- two sons William H. Gesch Bureau of
Before !returning home they graduate of the Surgical Technological nlng, Ga* are visiting In Bun ke, and Allen E. Geschke. Sanitary Engineering that he,'"j|
Jr.
visited In New York City with School at Daytona nell with his Pi1.rents. Mr. and a sister Mrs.. Jones all of As.; had made a passing t grade on {f
I
their daughter.., Sue Ellen the
Beach Junior Mrs. examination
College and cur. Tony Kahlert. bury Park N. given March j
and at Ocean- ; :Md. with J.; 8 grand. i
City rently resides in Tampa. children and 29th in, Gainesville. This ;
former Bunnellltes, ,Mr.. and ,Florida. MRS.' COLE INSTALLED children. ::2 great-grand- Class "B" Certificate is the re- '

Mrs." Bill Marshall." A Mr. Abbott is a 1967 grad.' GARDEN CLUBPRESIDENT Craig Funeral suit of almost two years of I
Home Bun-
uate of Bunnell High School study''of :Mathematics and
DEENA LERCH nel, Is In charge of
where hewas awarded a Mrs. Freda Cole was Installed ments. arrange. Chemistry'' at the Dayton#, j
IS THREE Beach Junior
college scholarship. He was as president of the College 1,
Deena Lerch celebrated her
active in band and in promoting Flagler Beach Garden Club at .
third birthday Sunday at a student teaching. He
the annual luncheon .
dinner party. at her home at is a 1968 graduate of Surgical May 13 at the Pier Tuesday Restau-, NOTICE .
Flagler Beach. She is the
Technological School at Daytona
rant. Other officers
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beach Junior College. He installed The Bunnell City Commission has declared '
were Mrs. Edna; Farnsworth ;
Richard Lerch. is employed at Ormond Beach first vice the month of June to be "Book Drive Month"
president Mrs. in
; May
Enjoying the gala occasion Memorial the City of Bunnell
Hospital, Ormond Swing recording. in an effort to obtain
,: with Deena were Mr. and Mrs. secretary; more
Beach. Florida. reading material for
Mrs. Mabel Frank corresponding the City Library.
Leon Jones and children Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Lerch and Wedding vows will be exchanged secretary; and Mrs. Anyone wishing to donate books, should
on Saturday June Florence Schwenk tact the
Carl Mrs. Mary Bross and treasurer. City Clerk. Where books deTiv-
14, 1969 at the White Chapel Mrs. Otis Magee 'was the In- ered, cannot be "
children arrangements will
Joey Miller Mark be
Church of God 1730 South stalling officer.r made to have them
picked
I Thorndike and Judy Owens. Ridgewood Avenue, South up. Any type of books will be appreciated
The club's next meeting paperbacks and ,
'!, WILLIAM ERIC DAMRON Daytona all eight o'clock p. m. will be October 1 at the Flag bound of any category.

:Mr. and Mrs. William E. with the Rev. Maurice Ber- ler Beach. Municipal Hall. Thank you ,',

Damron, Bunnell, are parentsof qulst officiating. CITY OF BUNNELL

a son born May 17 at 5:35aj SCOTT DAVID THOMPSON STORK SHOWER.

m. at Bunnell General Hos- Mr and Mrs. E. A. {Thompson MRS.FETES STRYKER i-I,: ii:i+. i : iiU ifi: i
pital. : II i
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:He weighed ten pounds at Orlando are parents of Green yellow and white = .. i:ii... .i.II. i.. n i+: ii i

birth and has been named an 8 pound ounce'..son born was the color scheme used at !$ /J ,
William Eric Damron. Tuesday. May 20 ,at Orlando.He Q'' stork shower Thursday f ,
has been named Scott night honoring Mrs. Judson 5--/VnnOUnCtna

PIANO STUDENTSTO David Thompson.Mr. Stryker at the. home of Mrs. d "

PRESENT RECITAL and Mrs. Scott Sheffield George Kendall at Haw Creek. ,
Bunnell are the maternal Hostesses were Mrs. Kendall. :
.
SUNDAY.
1T :
JUNE 1 We
Miss have ,
Celia
grandparents. Joyce Emery and a complete line.of
Students of .
the Studio
of Mrs. James Kendall. | 4
Mrs. Sammie Friedman will W. VA. GUESTS The gifts were. presented to a t f1 :.
present their ,annual Spring Mrs. I '
Piano Recital 'Sunday, June :1 .,Visiting at Flagler: Beach decorated Stryker In a bassinet C-ngraved It/ec/J i
natf ,
with the '
stork
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at 3:00: p. m at the Bunnell with Mr. and Mrs.. Gerald tU. J mo- jj *; iI ,
First United Canterbury and family are
Church. Methodist her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Decorated cake squares and : .
L. Hammonds punch were served to twenty vitations : :
of Charleston '
!
Students .1
participating -
Elizabeth Allen, Chip Brooks.are .W.'v...... ., a,": .. __" w..., Invited,:, guests.Mrsr'ibmmy. DurranCO''wo f 7i '
,
=
Edee .
Cowart. Carol "
Creal. the door '
Nancy Creal Catherine Harris Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jqrdan 4 prize. | AnnouncemensMONO
,had.aa>houseguests : .* A) ITn
Debbie' Sue Herr Paula week Mr.
Kiwala., Joni Knight Kim his mother.Mcs A..t 5. Jordan, I IOapltola. +! gipbotham and Mrs.I Clifford Hlg- ;Ii f 'f.h
"lo.dda11J.tl" I and Mr. arid: Mrs.; =
Knight Anita Moore. Jan Ferryman _>Mr./and Harold I
Higglnbotham'visited
Carol June Mrs..Joe Akerman and,_pjildren' | CRAMMED
Smith and 1. In Orlando Simday'with ijj.t! I
Mr. !!
Jennie Madlspn .1
Solomon. I. ,f o' Porter I il'f"lkJns
Hlggihbotharn'Who ; r; Matches
J: Is ,, Cake Boxes M
.11''' 'nn a !patient ,
in
RETURNS TO. VEaIKOIf'ELnnf I ,1 IJiil IHj:AIcfcAL'. ., I pit al.. ;, arinOrtando'hos-'. i '--1 !1 C.llop6hne' and. Nuptial. Bags, ,etc., A

VfrsrBlancier4. ;f IffeQsnop; j ill { : j AR..1 "'l. .' ,1.; : ( :" ,. .... ..,.. = .;; 1 M,-,. I fa.

MbndPY.tq* ? rejurnjjo IH rcI19lrfJ.\! ,. I l'I; 4 7r i.l c;. uolland, irk St. Albans Vermont 'M'rs. :: '
after H. T. Cook attended.theI \ .- 'torm4l"'BHS i FLAGLETIBU' NE
'" spending three we k%afc Flagr 'f .Georgia .Genealogical. Society member, was..the' 'overnight faculty j 1 I BUNNELL, FLORIDA !
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ler,.Beach, visiting -Mr. and" Annual Seminar last. ,week., guest ''of Mrs.. :Myrna Knight ,4. =It rtl.pIONE 43732821)a
Mrs. Oscar .
Mfess.I
end at Atlanta, Ga. Friday at Flagler Beach. jjg TIaTh11
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DAY ,COMMANDER WILKINS INSTALLED S-THE- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THU 'S.. MAY 9, 1969CLASSIFIED
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Patiehk1j
FOR GALE:-ises ,cneveie
Malibu excellent condilon..
Assume monthly payments
: p g. onlY Call 439-2493: after 6 p.
f ADVERTISING: .; ',L;..4 m:', :;:*.i Itc..

HOMER ..B.:DENTLEYCONSTRhC1EON ". "
RjSA.;: tooth Beauty8a1onri
.IiI'' ,!'''
} ,1'1OGRAM. ', of Cean-A1.A.
...Ormonci'..*B e3ct V Reason for
The neW sectfort has( been _- ., Yselling ;: Illness. Write P. O.
unofficially opened' and pa. TROPIC GARDENS.J Box,'282. Bunnell. Itp..
tierits haVe been 'residing'
this'' area for approximately Let us help beautify Flagler LOST-Bracelet-gift of senti-
14 days. It is anticipated that County. Large variety of evergreens mental value. Finder call 437-
by the time this article reach. palms hedge plants. 3585. REWARD 5 29, 2tc
es the hands of the residentsof 5% miles S of Bunnell on.
Flagler County that the U. S. 1. Feb. -tfc

corridor.' ; ceiling public address HASTINGS MATTRESS
and music system will SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

have 'been installed thereby fields Installed: Rota-Roter 710.12 Lemon St. _.
,r y. completing the patient care snail shell. Reasonable prices. Palatka FloridaJt
facilities and the workmen Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 Phone EA 5-9166 J\\
will be able to concentratenow 8-1-tf
Furniture Upholterin r
on the new intensivecare
Fig Repaired & Refinished '
section and new surgical
suite. Remodeling is still goIng FOR SALE-AKC Doberman Mattresses & Box Springs
"on throughout the rest of female puppy. Good temper- Made to Order Also RenovatedCall
the hospital and it Is anticipated ament. Best for guard or pet. Laura Morris 437.3233'..
s Call 4373168. May. 15, 3tc.
that the entire projectof After 6:00 P. M.
remodeling will be com PRICES REASONABLE
pleted by July li 1969. An open SINGER-1968 model $47.63 BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
house will be scheduled as cash or 6 payments at $9.00 a
Just as near as YOUI'Phone
soon as the entire construction month. Zig-zag fancy stitch
or Post Office
and remodeling programhas darns monograms and makes
Drop Us a Card or Call
been completed.
button holes and sews on
buttons without attachments. Free Pick-up & Delivery

/ THE, CHAPEL Guarantee still good. For more

The carpeting has been Installed information call: 734-0018 or
t'hoto By Ted Jleln write. : Service Sewing Center
in the chapel and the I
P. O. Box Florida .
393 DeLand
Disabled American Veteran Commander Harry Neill Holly cross which has been donatedby PLAZA
Hill Chapter No. 84, hands the gavel to Commander Walter Mr ..and'MrS.. Donahue has 32720. May 15 TFC New .
Wilkins following the installation' been installed. The altar was
ceremony of DAV Chapter FOR SALE: 1954 Cadillac-It
86 Wednesday night at delivered to cthe. chapel this THEATRE .
Flagler Beach. Commander Nelll was runs-$50 cash. 1962 Chevrolet
the Installing officer. Other past Saturday and was placed Station 6 .
officers Installed Wagon cyl. '
were Geodge 'Reed
in service:With the altar AZALEA PLAZA.PALATKA ..,
senior vice commander straight stick 'In perfect condition -
; Floyd Hurl Junior vice commander; cloth candlelabra and bible
John Luton treasurer Gilbert $425. Call J. O. Bull- ,,'. '!.'
; Krler
chaplain' ; James Andersonand stand being placed. in their ..
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ard 4392196. May 22 Itc : "
Melvin Hattabaugh trustees; Raymond Smith Herbert respective positions. The only :,

Fuller Harold Higginbotham and Lester 'Stanton executive equipment remaining to be Call Bob for lawn malnte- THURS. .FRI. SAT. .
committee members. delivered at this time is the -.pance--palntlng Inside or outside :, : ," .'
.
'Plans w completed for a dedication of.chapter flags Sun. seating arrangements' the -small repair and odd AND ; GRIFFITH_
day June'1 at 12:30 p.. m. A buffet;luncheon. will be served.fol two prayer: desks and< kneel. Jobs. Call 4392502. May. 22.2tc -, ..lGI.IN .
' ers, the tape player and the J
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lowing the service. There will be a small charge for the lunch. "
eon. The.pUblt Is Invited. dorsal that will//'hang just be. WANTED TO TRADE-AT-. "ANGEL IN MY .. rI TV[ : :
hind the altar.1"" ., I
The fund at (most new self-contained 22 ft.

A fishing::license ,means a means revenue to carry out this time hasp been depletedand 'travel trailer-sleeps six-for .. POCKET*'.: ,
lot to the'Game, 'and ,FreshWater : vital projects for conservation contributions? are still older mobile> home not less r '
Fish Commission and of wildlife and fishery re- needed In excess of $900' to than 50 feet. Can be seen at,' SUN. -'.:MON. -TUES.: :, ,
the people'' :'of Florida. It sources.SPECIAL. complete the payment on. the Flagler Beach Trailer 'Park.' ELIZABETH-TATLQR 1
furnishings and other equip. 10:00: to 12 noon and.2-5 p. m. : and
: men that was"''ordered for the McCarthy. Itp.;, FARROW .* 'J s
111.1. 0" -. .. chapel. Contributions are still MIA.: -. ) :
.. "I; .'. being FOR SALE-1963 "Mercury'CQrrtet ; .
.Joi )/ accepted 1ft ..the'offlce of
'
1I 'Jt-{ ....,.., ::..J.'.A" .#..\ the Administrative* {Director'' : 4v 'door, V-8, ''.,radio. .' :-IN-, IRS, ,It
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Jo '.' Jl '),::1 'd I"r.' and! Because1;'the .slowness heater, ;air ;cond., automatlc.trans. ,- ..'SECRET': r. .. fr'4 .......;'. .., .
., power'steering brakes.. .
in response fthe.deadline' I "
: ,/' .tifi.'a.4, ? in. White Fir lOc per Lineal foot. completion';olf; his project has for Reasonable. Phone 437-3664,, CEREMONY"r!

..'. '.. /Si ft-1O ft.-12 ft.-16 ft. Lengths been extended"to July 'l, 1969 May 29, Itp.,
,I. so that it will r be- dedicated ..
ATLANTIC HARDWARE & at approximately .the same .
time teh open house is held :

'SUPPLY CO.,. Inc.' for the new that wing.the name It is platesfor anticipated BAMBOO. BAR .

MOODY'" BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH the plaque and equipmentwill ARTISTf
also have;arrived by that IS .FEATURING RCA RECORDING
PHONE 43923O3SAXON'S
J time. Please remember that '

contributions ,,are still being RUDY DEAN .
accepted and'' there are many "

individuals and.organizations ORGANIST and COMIC .
that we know are interestedbut '
yet are to be heard from. (Formerly appeared at Roaring Twenties in
SHELL OIL Contributions for the
Daytona Beach
)
chapel received as of May 27,
1969 in addition to the contributors .
mentioned beforeare STARTING THURSDAY MAY 29

Alex and Julia Rigby
AUTO REPAIRS AND SERVICE Mildred Sheeler. R. N., Mrs. ALSO STEREO-A-GO-GO GIRLS
Lewis Gatonn._ Atlantic City '
New Nightly Entertainment at the Bamboo Bar
Jersey,and Mildred and

GREASE JOB WASH .JOB WAX JOB Tony Memorial Kahlert,.gifts_ received Across from the Flagler Beach Pier

were from Grace Kinney in
memory of Walton John Kin-
SPECIALIZING COMPLETE ney and Alice ,W. Thacker in t
memory of Cecil D. Thacker.A .
i.i:
HARBOR INN ,;j
new soft frozen orange

CAR SERVICECOME Juice Citrus approved Commission: by the can Florida be RESTAURANT }::1-

eaten with a spoon or sucked 820 MOODY BLVD., INTRACOASTAL BRIDGE}} ,

SEE US. VISIT OUR GIFT: SHOP through. a straw..." ,. Vf?
FLAGLER BEACH
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:
WE GIVE S &, H GREEN STAMPS O. ALFORD Specializing Seafood : ":;:',:i .

Registered ,
'. .
.:. INTERSTATE 95 I
HIGHWAY 10O Real Estate Broker .' ". .''. : Owned, 11' and. Operated by Mr., and. Mr. _/ .. .!

.t".. /Irt '..* i r. August.Flathmann :.', ;
.. .. BunnelL Florida :, ." ')tI". ,:,t' .. .
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BINGO 8:00P. M LOOK NOTICE. .

MEN OR WOMEN-Full or .1
Part Time-Supply families .'The'-Bunnell City Commission intends to enforce -
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION. HALl : ill YOUR areaKWith J aw. .. the.. 1953 Ordinance providing for .the. cut-

... SPONSORED BY- leigh .Produptsj! Over ,300yell 'r ting'destroying;' and :removal of weeds, palmetto,
\ ;knqwnt".pro': f {Specr shrubbery'trash, and other litter growing, lying,
Disabled American' VeteransTONIGI : ial, .offer Jto' '<::)p, .you gEt: or located upon any lots, lands, and other premises ,

it" ((l1 ursdayI)"? started; ,hb"-jnojjeyc'Write for In-: :',. within" .the'Ciiy.qjLBunnell.
ventory. me giving
I name address. _and PHONE J After ,1i,1.f'} gjiQimed;; landowners wilt. httVef> fl.i' ,f

::"" I .A R 1 RECO.RESHMRNTS.:::F-I t. ,,, :.J' 3.: ;I t NUMBER; '' '. '" ...ten ((10) days tocornply with the'Oidinancelor'aV'thexpense. I'
I owner's'
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liT ; the will i 1 Cleaned up1 >
C.R4McDAflE ,, property ; f'
V I'thm ooe Chapter no. 86M ), '. .. .
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BATON TWIRLING AWARDS PRESENTED 6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MAY 29 '1969* ''*' '.

Too Late If ., ,. .. .

About SP, 4 ROBERTSON '".
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I I '' ,' .> .It".
ToClassify Our Servicemen SELECTED FOR '

; kt By ,.Russell Kay ,,' ... 4APC}j: ;:, .. 'J'I, ,_. .
DECl
__ S/Sgt.
Specialist 4 Boyd Rob
Army
While if is satisfying toknow
GRADUATEDStaff ertson, whose parents, Mr.
have moneyIn
that you Mrs. Cordell Robertson) ,
find
the In case of an Decker
bank Sergeant Albert
live at Route 1, box 86 Bun
r a emergency, it Is even more son of Mr. and'11t's.: Ever. hns been picked to help
nell,
satisfying ito know that thereis ett Decker, Bunnell has graduated represent the U. S. Army Pacific .
a ample supply of all typesof from the U. S. Air Force next month at the All-
blood in your local blood Senior Noncommissioned Officer .
Pistol Championships'
bank should you or a loved Academy at Norton AFB, Army
Benning, Ga.
at Ft.
one be In need of an immed Calif.

late blood transfusion.A Sergeant Decker, who received Sttionrd in Korea, tho,
recent report reveals that advanced military soldier was attached to the'

the nation's supply of bloodis leadership and management 76th Artillery at Camp St.

j- dangerously low and the training' is a radar technicianat Barbara. He earned a position
.
S need for donors never so Hickman AFB, Hawaii in a on the squad following several .
great. Florida is no exceptionand unit of the Military Airlift weeks of qualifying), -
it Is imperative that Command. ing at Schofield Barracks,

more Floridians cooperate by The sergeant, a 1954 graduate Hawaii. The Ft. Benning
supporting local blood banks of McLean (Ill.) Consolidated maches begin June' 3.

If more lives are ito be saved High School, attended ...
and health restored'to hun
Jacksonville.
Illinois College,
Photo By Ted Heln dreds In need. THANK YOUA

Bunnell High School Band Students Susie Peterson, center, Not only is blood donationa RETURNS TO VIETNAM well known philosopheronce

and Faye Hutcheson are shown receiving medals awarded, for safe, simple proceedure requiring Specialist 4 Sam Smith left made the statement that

superior rating In ,baton twirling at the State Band Contest. only medical a, few minutesof science last Wednesday to return to the ,uime to discharge your
time
,
Making the presentations the annual concert is Bandmaster has your now found that in many Lai Khe, Vietnam for six obligations is when you are
Thomas Odadzln. months tour of duty as a overflowing with gratitude.So .
cases it actually benefits the
:
medic with the United States
donor. A hemoglobia test given to the many friends who
LERCH CIVESCONVENTION It was decided to sponsor a shortly after the donationof Army. Smith spent 30 days have sent their best wishes
leave in Bunnell with his
and offers of assistance, and
contestant in the Miss Flag- a pint of blood may be
REPORT ler County Contest at Flagler higher than it was before. The wife, Cindy, and his parents, to the doctors and entire staff
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith. ol the Bunnell General Hospital
Beach on July 4th. The con reason for this Is that the
Lion President Elect Howard
test Is to be sponsored by The bone marrow and the spleen CHARLES KNOXIS whose kind and cheer-
Lerch gave a report to Flagler Woman's' Club. Miss compensate for'the ,blood that ful ministrations made my''' '
Bunnell Lions Club at their Janet Cook will .be ''the Bun was removed by immediately PROMOTED recent stay there a-memorable
noon luncheon Tuesday on the nell Lions entrant. pouring new healthy blood experience, my sincere
Lions State Convention held Specialist 4 Charles Knox
It was announced that of. cells into the blood stream. thanks.It .
In Jacksonville last week. stationed with the US Armyat
fleers would be Installed Fri. is Indeed a comfort and
Dr. Frank Coleman of Tampa
Vice President M. B. Fuller Korea has been promotedto
presided over the meeting in day night at the banquet to currently president of the Specialist 5. assurance to know that we
be held at Dolphin have in our area such
Restaurant American Association of a
the absence of the president. In a letter to his parents
in Marineland. Blood Banks, points out that"If' modem, efficient and dedicated
Mr. and Mrs.
Buddy Knox institution.My .
two _
only one or persons
Bunniell. he said he would
per hundred of, our population wife and I are confirm
not be home in June as
expected -
would give one pint of ed In our opinion that this is
because his 'tour of
f ON TIME blood each year It would 'relieve a good place to live.
1Cl duty bad been extended six''
501 the prese nt shortage
months.
tremendously. Oscar W. :Miess
''CERTIFICATESVOLUSIA N
Because of the advances In
'
VOLUSIA .S3OOO--3O DAYS surgery and therapy, the demand -
cOUNTY' for blood has been
NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY, steadily rising and ''has now
BANK passed six 'uid' a half million

Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada pints ayear; The needis
Increasing as much as 10,
Orxnond Beach. Florida
: pert cent a year in many hOSe

pitals while$.out ,populationis .
increasing;; only "about one 4
t per cent. "* .- 'I JAKE A CHANCE

Another cause. for,the shortage ,f ;;ON A LUXURIOUS;CAR IIMI
I BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS is the steady increase 'In

automobile; and other, accidents -
,
1O7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 which call for immediate
BUNNELL blood transfusions if life
FLORIDA
is to be saved. Thus the life

FREE ESTIMATES' you ,save' may be your own if ( i iII N ,y"k'y
you are a donor. I :
BAR FIXTURES
BUILT-IN KITCHENS
Here in Florida some have

BEAUTY SALON AND ,BARBER STATIONS. done much more than their

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS share. At Jacksonville, LutherB. I "
Maloy and Louis Anthony (9
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving have given more than eleven : ; ,

BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST' BARS gallons each, where Mrs. Do.

Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts rothy Smith, a former Navy
nurse, directs donor recruit.
*
FINE *
HARDWOODS ments.
Y
Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now Servingall Director Bill T .ague of the

areas in 75 mile rad. of Bunnell. St. Petersburg bank has a
CALL plaque in the waiting room
COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 437-3928 listing donors of more than

,EVENING ,PLANNING ARRANGED five gallons. Lennie Vail and
'Robert Neilson have given

'eight gallons each, Ernest Is anyone willing to take a chance?
Langford, nine and Bill Dur-
den ten gallons. Other Flor

ida banks reporting large donors .
o are Orlando and Miami. Dear Reverend;Father or Robbi: 5' J;;y"

But a few generous Individuals We understand why you love to raffle Cadillacs s, ,J ;: ,' .

'r, ,.' after you see cannot ,do the Job all ;T-Birds and Continentals. "' j 1
k by themselves:: The immed F They draw the crowds. : \'

1 your doctor. late need is for more donors But consider the poor soul who wins. "f",:: S
who give a pint or'two a year. j He has to pay about $1000 in Income tax. At least L,:;,

F j bring yourprescription It has 'been suggested that $425 a year for gas. And who.knows how much for "
: if those who are qualified by oil and antifreeze. S .'!455

to age and health would makea Now think how charitable would be to raffle off ,t .
practice of giving one pintof a Volkswagen. Fastback Sedan. i'f'It

., .A t our blood blood on banks their in birthday Florida, needs onry about $420,for income tax. About ...'

and throughout the nation'would $150 a year for gas. No antifreeze. And, It takes ib:

.....,ftt&J.qa, be well supplied and t pints of oil not quarts. : I; ,
capable of meeting' any ,,,, .". Now you may ask, what makes this Volkswagen t' .J
Professional Bldg. emergency. But if you really fancy enough to raffle off? :' .':r-.t W'".

want to help, you don't have f Well, It comes-with wall-to-wall carpeting. Front ",_ "1
to wait until your birthday. seats that adjust to 49 positions. Fold-down arm rests'! :

You will be welcome with op _0'' In the rear An electric clock. And, as options: auto, }.Wti... !

en arms at any blood bank. ..: matic!' transmission and air conditioning '..' '. .,,' :_' .,. 1
; CRAIG FUNERAL HOME So volunteer today, you'll be ; ". So, If you're, thinking of raffling off a fancy" car w,:

f glad you did. lift up your eyes. ..' ',', "
t A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director: And behold. l .

JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR The Florida Industries Exposition Jhe..Volkswagen Fastback Sedan. i',
,
,
<, S will be held In Orlando '
LAD OXYGEN April 29.May 2. In ad. 5 5 ti
Volkswagen Fastback
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED ditlon, there will be the FIE -.. ;.
ATTENDANT:
AMBULANCES Inventors Congress, the Festival Palatka
of Florida Foods and a S tcVi

Phone 107-35321 Business Opportunities Con. .' ..
; t
ference. Boyer Volkswagen '

I of 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELX FLORIDA y',," +r aw J"-'A* ''', .. AUTHOMIICOr DU..... :, .Jt: ,.A

Cotton, fibre-- "breathes.,- w .1.,,

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I TuE FLACLER TRIBUNE
-
? niURS.. MAY 29. 1969 in the 3 years before he be- of your written defenses If any ha. been filed against you and
to it on 01LLESPIE AND GILL.- Herschel C. King and The United
disabled. A worker
disabled
comes -
ESPIE Attorney for Plaintiff,
and
I Statea of America you are
signed up for social security between 24 and 31 'whose address la 233 North required to serve a copy of your
Social reveral social Causeway P. O. Box 80. New written defenses. If any to it on
yeas needs security credits
but
Security
ago nevr -
Hmyrna Beach Florida, and file MILAM RAMSAY. MARTIN *:
I I received: any payments be- for half the time after he Is the original with the Clerk of ADE. attorneys ,for plaintiff
I the above styled Court on or before whose address la 1711 Barnett
NEWSQ. TMt"SC never: retired.:: Since 21 and before he becomes dis June 24. 1909; otherwise a. Bank Building. Jacksonville,

be 72 1 this:ear, can I abled. A worker disabled at Judgment may be entered Florida 32202, and file the origi-

J.'?;-? my regular salary of 31 or later needs credit for at against In you the for complaint.the relief demanded nal with the clerk pf the above
styled court on or before June
I retired In December, $CC anti
1968, but I earned more in benefits? 10 years Just before he becomes of said Court this 14th day of be entered against you for
1968 than A. You May 1969. the relief demanded In the com-
nnv othryear..
can receive pay disabled. (Hea) plaint. 'J""%*
Will my check be rals d because ments for the months, you are /GEORGE :M. MOODY WITNESS my hand and the
Clerk Circuit Court Klag- seal of said court on May '19.
of these earnings? at least age 72-icgardless of MASONIC WARVETERANS ler County, Florida 1969.

A. Yes. Somctirres after how much you earn during 1969MEMBERSHIP GILLESPIE AND OILUESPIE; GEORGE M. :MOODY

July, 1969, your check will the year. Your earnings for Attorney 233 North CausewayNew for Plaintiff (Seal)Aa Clerk of said, .Court

automatically be increased.You the entire year must be considered DRIVE Smyrna Beach, Florida By Kathryn L. Emery
The Masonic War Veteransof flys/ J. V. Olllesple Deputy ClerkMay
do not have to file any however In determining the State of Florida have _May 22. 29, June 6. 12. 4tc.. 22. 29. June 5. 12. 4tc.

special papers to get this because whether you can also _
announced that their 1969 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,.
receive
your earnings will be payments for the

re-figured automatically and months before your 72nd membership drive Is now in IN CIRCUIT COURT FLAG LEU IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT. BV-

not only s'art birthday.Q. progress. COUNTY FLORIDA ENTII .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
you getting
a 63-D
Fifteen Masons CIVIL ACTION NO. AND FOR AGLKR COUN
qualified Is
bigger check each month but I am 25 years old and I LOUVENIA SIMMS. TY. FLORIDA
also will be paid back believe I now teh requirement for openinga Plaintiff. CIVIL ACTION
any can get disa v.. RB -D :
In CASH NO.
money that might be due you. bility benefits because the post Flagler County, according WILLIS MSIMMS.Defendant. CLARA ANDERSON.Plaintiff ,
.
to Commander
O. I am signed up for Med necessary work credits have Frazln Miami Peter DIVORCE, .
Beach
Post
No. Vfl
icare. When I went to the hos been reduced for workers dis 1. NOTICKTO WILLIAM E. ANDERSON .
WILLIS M. SIMMS.,
pital in July of 1968, I had to abled while young. I applied For further Residence: ,Unknown Defendant. IAN
details
pay the first $40. In Januaryof for benefits several years ago, contact YOU are hereby notified that a NOTICE: T !WIf EARANDIN .
Commander Frazln at 864- Complaint for Divorce haa been
STATE
this year, the same hospital but my claim was denied be. 3349 or write 235 78th St. Miami filed against you and you arerequired THE FLORIDA NAME OF THE '
OF
charged me $44. Why? cause I didn't have enough to serve a copy of your TO: WILLIAM ANDERSON..
Beach Florida 33141. the Complaint
pleading to
answer or :
AD-
A. Due to the rising cost of credit. What should I do? to the plaintiffs attorney. WHOSE POST RESIDENT OFFICE AD-

hospital services, the deductIble A. Apply for benefits at LELAND B. SHAW. p. o. Box DRESS DRESS ARE UNKNOWN.You .
296, Bunnell. Florida 32010. and
under the hospital part your social security office as file the original Answer or plead- are been hereby brought notified againstyou that

of Medicare was raised from soon as possible. The address PAINTINGBOB ing in the office of the Clerk of a suit In has the Circuit Court. Seventh

$40 to $44 for the first 60 dvs is 115 North Rldgewood Ave. County.the Circuit Court or of before Flakier the Judicial Circuit in and for by

of hospitalization. This increase nue, Daytona Beach.A MOODY 23rd day lgflnoe. 1969. If you CLARA Flagler ..fNt"Jlisoforintl! :: .
fail to do BO, an order of default required to
was effective January worwker who becomes will be taken asralnat you and you are hereby by attorney.
disabled before 40 years local experienceTel for the relief demanded in the file personally or
1, 1969. he is 24 needs with the Clerk of" aald Court.

Q. I will be 72 In October. credit for 1% years of work 437.3860 Complaint.DATED at Bunnell, Flagler your Complaint Answer In aald or- cult con to or, before the
County. Florida thla 20th day
of June A. D.
the 23rd day
of May. 1969.
GEORGE M. MOODY 1969 and alao to serve a copy ofyour'An.wer
defenses; upon
Clerk Circuit:: Court. Flagrler or
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Messrs.<< Osslnsky and Krol. Attorneys -
Flagler I County. Florida for Plaintiff I at their offices -
County Insurance (Official Seal)
I TIlE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH By '/Kathryn L Emery at 411 Main Street Daytona
Florida, on or before the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Deputy Clerk Beach. -
AND FOR FLAG LEI" COUNTY, LELAND B. SHAW of thuenI A. D. 1969. aa
::
require .ld Rules of
FLORIDA. by
( P. O. Box 296
Agency Inc. I CASE NO. 55M DIV. E Bunnell. Florida 32010 Civil procedure and herein fall
JEANNIE GRAY. Attorney for Plaintiff not or a. default will be entered

:Plaintiff. May 22. 29. June S. 12. 4tc '.against: you.further notified that
I v. are
AH Forms of Insurance ROBERT GRAY. LGAL ADVILRTISJIMcNT; the name of the Court in which
Defendant said suit hall been Instituted Ie
NOTICR ttV SUIT J FOR BIDS the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial -
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE The housing Authority of -the Circuit of Florida. In and
OF FLORIDA! County of Flakier. Florida, will For Flagler County and that
TO* Robert of said suit la aa hereIpa.bove -
nmell Gray receive bids for the constructionof the title
Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS R. F. D. No. i Low Rent Housing Project set forth. '
St. Johnsvllle.' New York FLA. 30-3 at Bunnell.. Florida. Yott are further notified that
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED consisting of 27 bulldlntca con- the nature of said suit ia a cult
I that an action for divorce .talnlng 60 dwellingunlta and for divorce. '
has been filed against you and pther Improvements until 2:00p. WITNESS my hand and official
you are required to serve a copyFEED.HANDLING.TIF the 18th seal atBunnell.. Flagler County.
-- ,- of Jin.lfs9in: : the office of the Florida thla 13th day of May

Housing Authority of the County ;A. P. 1969.!! '
of Flagler. Florida. 300 South GEORGE M. MOODY.
Bacber Street. Bunnell. Florida. aa Clerk of the Circuit
at which time and place alt bide, Court of Flagler County.
will be Florida.
publicly read
aloud.Proposed. opened'and (Circuit Court Seal)

forma of contract By Clerk.. Emery
.
{ documents Including* and Deputy
t,.... "", plane OSSINSKY AND KROL
.
-r specifications file at the
L ; are on
for Plaintiff
:, office of the Housing Authority Attorneys
Main StreetDaytona
of the County of Flagler. Florida 411
I, Beach. FloridaMay
1 ( at the corner of Allen and ... i
t '"t -. -, .' (-0--; '1 BacherMStreet.'fn Bunnell. Florida ,:' 15.' t*, 29>' June S.--"4 to

!:\ and at the office of Craig and
.'; ... ." .1'- -" Snead.;' Architects at 414 North (;4F f'I!= TISEHENT
Halifax. Daytona.; Beach. Flori'

: da. IN ILCV1T JJBT
Copies of the documents may ')<.L(4fJ L f O tJ N FLORIDA
be obtained from the Architects }rIL ACTON 1tI0. 555-D .
by depositing tl LEO n. MAAFFEY.
(50.00)) for each set.Deposit{ will l ,
pushing [ be' refunded to; each person who spirit .
; returns the plans, 'specifications WANDA E. MAHAFFEY.
and other documents In good Defendant. '
condition within '10 days after TO: WANDA E. MAHAFFEY.
i bid opening. Checks for deposits 642 Wilson Drive
a button must be made payable to the XenJa. Ohio
Housing Authority of the :County DIVORCE:
r of Flagler. Florida.A YOU are hereby notified that,
certified check or bank a Complaint for Divorce has
draft, (payable to the Housing been filed against you. and you
beats't: /> i2Th 'I Authority of the County of Flag are' required to serve a. copy or
ler. Florida). U. 8. Government your answer or pleading to the-,
bonds, or a satisfactory bid bond Complaint to the Plaintiffs at-
31 executed by the bidder and acceptable -O,
eI96IEf.jEHZ'nrD[
r sureties. In an amount Box { .
O equal lb to five percent t&f the bid 32010 and file the original answer -
pushing : shall submitted bid pleading In the office of"
The successful bidder will be the c1r of the Circuit Court.of .

.. required to furnish and pay for Flagler County dug ...
]II satisfactory performance and or before the 16th day of .
payment bond or bonds. 1969. If you fall to do so. an order -,
shovel Attention is called to the requirement of default will be taken
that not leaa than the against you for the relief demanded -
.. minimum salaries and wages as In the Complaint.
set forth in the Specificationsmust DATED at Bunnell. Flagler
be paid on this project County :Florida this 12th day of
NOTE: Buildings No.: 23. 24 May: 1969.GEORGE
and 25 shall be co M. MOODY.
a tial 1 occupancy (see etesl'i Clerk Circuit Court
: CONDITIONS) before buildingon Flag ler County. Florida.,
: parcel 6 as shown on Sheet (Official Bye
No. 1 la released for demolition.The / / Julia R. Harvey'
Housing Authority of the >e&.uH'lWk
'I County of Flagler Florida reserves LELAND
the right to reject any P. O. BOX 296 ..
or all bids or to waive any Informalities Bunnell. Florida 32010
In the bidding.No May 16. 22. 29, June 5, 4 tc_

,t, bid shall be withdrawn for
\ a period of forty-five (45) dayasubsequent LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT'
to the opening of
bids without the consent of the
Housing Authority of the County IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF'
of FlaRler. Florida. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOIt-
THE HOUSING AUTHORITY IDA.
OF THE COUNTY OF In Case No. SS4-X2
FLAGLER. FLORIDA JOHN A. LEHMAN .
By M. B. McDANIELEXECUTIVE Plaintiff

DIRECTORMay LEHMAN :' ,
22. 29. June 6. 4tc. GAIL "
12.
'' the dreary hours of man-handling feed. Defendant .
:'Nobody enjoys I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN NOTICE TO DEFEND

:And nowadays, with low-cost electric power ready /1; -TilE-CIRCUIT--- -COURT- SEVENTH THE GAIL STATE LEHMAN OF* FLORIDA. TOr .

r. to do the chore for you,there's no reason to / JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 1 18521 Dearborn California Street

',.;I waste all this time and work. Automatic electric TY.AND' FLORIDA.FOR KLACJL.KII COUN- suit f.tta.t'h"has; ; been filed notified against that you a.

feed-handling equipment mixes feed accurately, I No. 544DEMHART CORPORATION, a In the above entitled cause; and
i you are hereby required to file
controls the flow, moves the mix to each stanchion .;'r1t Connecticut by merger corporation to PLY- successor your anawer.with the Clerk of ..
{ this Court and to
serve a
: -r\\ copy
MOUTH CORDAGE COMPANY.a
-- bunk and shuts itself off. Sign on f thereon upon the plaintiff orplalntlff"11
or feed a ; d/b/a WILSON
whose
g ; attorney name
... Reddy Kilowatt when it comes to feed handling; i :.'f COMPANY.& FERTILIZER and addreaa la:
GINSBERG & GINSBERG
I he's the most efficient, most economical handyou've ; r. Plaintiff 134 Mr South Beach Street '

I ; HERSCHFL C. KING and PEGGY Daytona later la.-nchj''lr: ; 1':'
I ever hired J. KING, his wife; and THE not 1969.If. A. D.,

dealer or consult us. .. ; UNITED Defendants.STATES OF AMERICA. you fall to do so. Default.
equipment will be
Ask for
your .: you
NOTICE nvTO !SUIT demand
:
i
', the relief In the brit
: PEGGY J. KING
; ; 242 Milton Road of complaint. The nature of said
suit being for .
,
1''i..' ,Warwick Rhode Island DIVORCEWITNESS .
'
: : ': YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED my' hand and' seal
; ? .
that an action to' foreclosea
;i' J ', of said Court this, 7th day or,
.
.1 mortgage on the following' May A. D 19ft9 ,,
ftOlU, DA POWER.UGH COM"" t .' 1 1ImLN property in Flagler County. GEORGE M. .MOODY
9&D.tNIIOA Florida: Clerk of said .
.. i- NE% of SWU 8W Circuit ?
; e- : % of SESouth Court 1
'J1' .
.
.. ,
: H of SwGrVest
., 1.. h (Official Seal .
'" '
of West H of NWtt: of By Kathryn I '
Emery
E4. all In Section 17 Deputy Clerk
t Township U South. Range 20 May 15. 22 29. June 6. 4te
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8- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. MAY 29. 1969 with the sharks, and listing the large grouper, which seem BEAUTY CONTESTS

only a few major happen. very docile, proved to be 'oth- FOR
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp,} ings. erwise to Lloyd Brown. One PLANNED

f *,: Jim Cochran was leavingthe 300 lb. speciment while being J\JLY'4; CELEBRATIONPlans .
John
From Daytona Beach fed embed' Lloy 's
of '
tank by means of one hand for .two beauty con
Schall had a good catch of. the 'ladders when he felt a then shook him like. a rag tests during the July 'Fourth
14 bass. Turn- doll. Lloyd ended up with a '
boot.
his at Flag
celebration
sharp
tug on weekend
who
Lucky Roberts Palatka severed :artery.
seeing his
ing ,around and underway.The .
ler Beach are
fishes out of the regu
camp foot in the shark's mouth This is the reason the divers Flagler Woman's Club'will
larly had Dr. Ziegler and Dr. with, his are using the
gave an abrupt kick metal diver sponsor the annual "Miss
Wolfendon from Jax. They
other foot. After leaving the helmet and bulky rubberized Flagler County" contest at
had 6 bass, 15 drum sheeps- tank and inspecting the boot, canvas suits, for they do six the Flagler Beach City Park
head and few flounder. :
a found over a dozen shark shows a day and it offers July 4. Entrants must be 16-

Jack Genung's Fish Camp teeth still Imbedded in the some protection.ST. 20 years of age and a resident -

boot. of Flagler County.All .
Jack mentioned the trout
moving and organi-
Dave Nelson was businesses
,
that started biting good last along on the floor of the ,tank JOHNS RIVER zations are aSked to sponsora
week had fallen off but some blow at :' the annual
when he had a sharp contestant In
CONFERENCEDIVIDED ,
good catches of drum sheeps-
his back. The next thing event. For further Informa-
head and bass being taken
Dave knew he had a very mad tion contact the Chairman
some good catches of bass at 7 foot lemon shark under his Mrs. Jasper White at 439-
FISHING LINE the Inlet.
.' \' arm. Another diver, Dave Ca- The St. Johns River Confer- 2153.A .

I 1r By AFlagler 1 amber DIVING AT MARINELAND po was, Cleaning the under- ence has been divided into contest for housewiveswill
;", water when a: 9 ft. by. the
sponsored
RISKY BUSINESS portholes two divisions-Class B 'and be
Beach Pier lemon shark' tried to take a Class C-.for football and basketball Flagler Beach Parent Teachers

Many of us who have beento piece out of the diver's hel- competition. Association. The competition -
from
word
Not
a good
very fascinated met. It took'' Dave a few daysto is to Flagler Beach
Marineland were The open
the Pier about fishing. The change was based on t
'. water being muddy then by one part of the. program get enough courage to en- school enrollment. The con- residents only. Plans for the
the northeast winds although and that Is when the ter the tank again. ference has been enlarged event will be completed at a

after the wind subsides the diver is feeding among the Then there was Don Hook from 7 teams to 10 teams. meeting Monday June 2 at

fishing should improve. dangerous varieties of fish er's experience. Dora had Just Bunnell High School was 8 p. m. ait the home of Mrs.
such as sharks barracudaand entered the' tank when a 65 Katherine Watson, Chairman.
placed in the Class C Division -
Bing's Fishing Resort Moray eels.Marineland lb. Moray eel bit Don's hand, of the athletic conference. Those interested are asked to
employs four and decided to take him contact Mrs. Watson at her
Word from Bings is the divers and we talked to them along. Other Class C teams are Flor- home 14th Street and S. ,Hwy.
same as other camps a bit on about various lad Deaf, St. Joseph Academy, call 4392225. Also information
aspects of their Don also had an encounter AlA or
the slow side with catches Hasting High and Taylor
jobs. And naturally the basic with' a: 300 lb. 'sea turtle that can be obtained
High (Pierson).
being a few bass drum anda question. Have you had any -tried to take a bite out of his from Miss Helen Nolte, City
few croakers. It seems the encounter with the dangerous shoulder. Class B teams are Crescent Clerk, at city hall.
only trout caught was by Jerry City, Baldwin, West Nassau
the
speciments and it seems that Barracuda have made'pass In addition to contests
Shows the owner and the they all had some contact es and strikes at the diver's (Callahan), Interlachen, and highlight of the weekend will

trout weighing in the 4.5 lb. one time or another. Starting helmet and not to .exclude Jacksonville Episcopal. be the City of Flagler Beach's

I annual fireworks display.

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L< We've got t :: ,., :/;- '; DIED AT Julian PAljATTKA MAY R.: (Mutt 17) Brown

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... former Bunnell resident died
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..\ ., '. 17 at his home in Palatka. He

': resided in Flagler County a
' tieIow-priced' '
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; ,i ; ;" : : : number of years before moving -

,.... ,, (to Palatka.Survivors .

: ,. ,.'. ... ..... .." ," r""l include his ,wid-
:: ) 4l..1to. ... 'OW; Mrs. LUcille Brown?; Pa
I,;'" ........ .'. \spreadR r4X14 latka; a half brother, Gilbert
--, tic Ii : / Walker Jacksonville; two
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J half-sisters Mrs -Muriel Collier
; : ''''.-'.. Miami;>and. Mrs. M. L.

Byington,, .Jacksonville.
< -. Funeral services were Wed- '

'" ,9 *"' i'' ...'.:r. .esaayat. ,''.;"Palatka. -

) .of.
y RED.-CROSS' ''
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Saturday May 31'will?be
the- 'final day: tip the Flagler

<' County American Red, Cross
I'", '> J Drive /according'* to Cochairmen -

-s. .J sper' ,Whiteand
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't 1'; .10. : ; r Mrs.. Vernon..W. Haines. It"was
Lowe Falrlane.r. ,...
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:: ;. .,, ', announced$665 had been collected -
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by volunteers' for :the
; Lowest price And :.
yet. you get 4. Inches more 'p :: 1969
..;J.; ''Membership .Drive;
wheelbase
than
many competitors. '
: :: : '?',>*>% f" The .co-chairmen. extend
; ; ; ? their .
; : appreciation to the rfol
; .lowing :volunteer workers who -
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'I assisted: Mrs. Harry Atkln-
:: : .son, Mrs,.-James: Dupont, Mrs. .
:l. : : .k Joanne Harper 'Mrs. Dick

: / Cody; Mrs., Alfred Tucker

.. .', :I't: ;' '.,.,,, : .Mrs. Otis Hupter, Mrs. M. C.
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Strickland
..' : : Jr. and Mrs. M. B.
N. "
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,', Britten
<< :- ""r't.. Bunnell; Mrs. Lyman,
a Gage, Claude Whitaker Her-
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:, l'i bert Fuller, Mrs. H. G.' Heydt
.t.".;I, .f'i\-\ Mrs. Ralph Hirst Mrs. Oscar
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:,:;'..(.. if. ': .. Mless Mrs. E. L. Baggett, Mrs.
'11 L Thomas
McDermott
Mrs. Max

;: :):. '. Lower.: Falcon. .1.A' Mrs.Hall, Al Mrs.Jones Ward Flagler Martin, Beach.and

Six-people big. Lots of luxury. Now at the lowest .:. '*>/i ''i' \ '\ ::'

,. price yet this year.. ,. .-r\:: .' -i.j i'i 1'''' ) /r/r.' ,'!I IM do-i -yourself
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COIN CAR WASHY

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'Irftf) It li': L r.' .< ,I; .. gives Your car "long-last,

.',.. <. .,I ,,. '' '..1" ,..,....'..,..rJt' .'..1. .".( r', ..... ""a 11,1n9 lustre" '.'.-. leaves It like
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.', Lowest. ISIaverick.$19959First / ; .!'l;i..;>; '; :, regularly' with Thrift sclentlfic -

.1'\' i.C'ij. \ ..)it r ;,;: ') '. formula, do not need to
.' r:", :r. 1970 car at 1960 prices. With power for U.S. be
?::',;.' ,. ways, style and com fort,.too.M .- high :. p. .,t "; ;"..::";: :;;".,>" ';' ... .. :., Come waxed on out or polished."and' ...ever.
It.THRIFT
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nufactur f suggested retail price for the ear. Price doe ;
not Include! :
,.?.. .. \yet.WI,! .,'. ... ,optional, white charges sldewall,state tires and$32.00 local: dealer taxes.preparation' charges. w enylransoorUtton -... ,.. ., .I'' '.1'::".\\1'...9'.4. : }') ". .
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