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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
October 16, 1969
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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).

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OCTOBER 16 1969:
37 NO." 43 ..__.

School Board GLISSON Water Problems:
BUNNELL J t,., .,

, Studies Problem! .
'- t\ ,At 'Mon. Meeting ,

Representative Jim Glissor,
At Meeting Eustis, will be speaker at the The Board of County Com '

In meeting of Bunne] missioners met Monday In
_. The School Board met : opening
regular session Tuesday mot Parent-Teacher Associatloi f"a' :regular session to consider the

ing and spent most of the time this Monday evening at,8 pn: a: !regular business of Flagler
School Cafe
reviewing problems facing at Bunnell High County. Foremost on the list
t t' Solutions were not< teria.
t the Board. 'awaiting /the
address of problems
easy to come by ''and many; The subject of his ,
1 how to get rid of
problems defied immedial will be on "School Health"Glisson. Board was

r answers. .is a young chiropractic -P flood waters In Bunnell.

:physician who is serving .w Kahlert, owner of :Mil
Mrs. Hubert' Pellicer appea: Tony
., his first term in the Florida I Motel arid Chicken Pantry .
,er before the Board to report; Ton
r of hal Legislature. He is a past president Restaurant, appeared .be.
lack of supervision
; PTA and has served
Bur, of the Board request thata
ways and classrooms at .. fore
r health'organlza. T'j T'jVL
nell High.School. She requested on many study be made to
tions in Lake County,
that something be done to ,water can be moved thru

the rough treatment and rr. A. Jones, president of Black Branch to alleviate the
abusive language many students Bunnell PTA, said that there, flooding conditions caused

are subjected to partlc would be an Introduction oi there during the recent rainy
after the principal
ularly In the hallways during new address. Refreshmentswill period.

change of classes. the hospitality Kahlert was accompaniedby
served during
Board Member II. V. Peavy; Tillman Robinson, Soil

said that he had had several period. Conservation Officer, who of.

complaints from parents. The Both PTA President Principal Jones O s H fered to do the required engineering

superintendent stated that he and Supervising work on Black .
McGriff urged the parents -
was aware of general condi to attend the meeting so Branch. The Board requestedthat

tlons that exlstefl In the over that they can become better the study be made

crowded building, but, wa: acquainted with the teachers ..... John Seay, Colony Park,
not informed 'of any specific and their efforts to serve ,the I tioto By Ted ,He In asked the Board to consider

instances of trouble. children of Flagler County.WOMAN'S .' Bunnell High L action in
crowned taking necessary
Agent Don Jordan Miss ;Mclahf Cody 17, right, was
County halftime festivities at th(:!' the Colony Park area to, give
'. requested permission from the CLUB: School :Homecoming Queen at the flooding in that
Bulldog relief from
Clut Friday night at
School Board for the 4-H Bunnell and Taylor High football game
to use the school agricultural COMMUNITYPROGRAM was crowned by Miss Janet Cook, 1, las t area. It was agreed
stadium. The new queen 'to raise the water
plot located on the Espanola front is Leta Knight, who was crown. ..bearer.!
OCT. 23 tin com
-year's queen the telephone
Road. Permission was grant, ; lines and
beat 'the Bulldogs 86. -
Taylo tlIIgh:: Wildcats the telephone
CommunityLeaders" The pany to raise !
"Meet .
\ ed.Attorney James Tucker re will toe the theme at FUND x cables so that they would' not
ported to--the School Board on the annual' Woman's Club INTRODUCINGMiss : obstruct the flaw of water'iflood .

_' ,the Barasa, suits He stated community service program Abell one of the new DRIVE SLATED times.

that he had filled for a rehear Thursday, October 23' at 7:30p. faculty members at Bunnell. OCTOBER 22: Also, the Board instructed '
ing on the Mandamus and apparently clubhouse, S., High School.,Swe. teaches Eng'Itstr1i.h = to
in the. 'theroaduperlntenderst -
"" m. c ; : ...and tenth 'The' Flagler"''County Boy'-
the judge
'lJ' cAvefueA -Flagler canal 'downto
"Central ., to kick offits cain. clean 'bU't'the/
.... ,it. He Indicated ;that: records Beach. ;Mrs.. Jasper White, is grades. Scouts will Powell residence.
showed that Mrs. Lena and hostess paign for funds Wednesday; the R.: A.
legally Mrs.. program chairman October 22 at 7:00 a. m. at .a .There' was some question as
Barasa was not Nolte
Miss Helen board
will be the
: meeting at the Bun to whether or not
time of, the breakfast
Barasa at the Mrs.Sam' Novick. The clean
and / easement to
Restaurant for troop committeemen had proper
contract signing. is invited. nell the Powell resi
Tucker said another suit had and assistants. the canal by

filed by Mrs. Barasa Guest speakers for the event Plans for the one-day fund dence.
Chamber of Commerce made at a' attorney fo;
whereby she apparently! ex are raising drive were Wade Hopping,
President Lewis' E. Wads- committee meeting and Hal Burroughs
that she be joint troop ITT-Rayonier
paid pected: salary to request for the present worth; Sup. of Schools, James last:Thursday night at the Citizens resident ,civil, engineer .

SuperintendentCraig D. Craig; Flagler County Bank. for ITY Levi tt Development
school Sheriff P. 'A. Edmonson; and Beach, before'the
said that Mrs. ''Barasa Torn"Lewis, Daytona appeared
had not reported for work and Flagler Beach Park Supt. Lt.. District Scout Executive and Board to request the closingof
( necessary Wayne Edwards. Other special Orlando, Central old abandoned "Coast
had not filed any of the Ron Tyson an
'forms required of all guests will ,be city and Florida Council Finance Guard" road on the coastalarea

teachers before starting to ounty officials. Chairman, outlined fund raising in northeast Flagler. The

programs for the Central petition was accepted and a

work.School Board .Member Ray. ANNUAL FARM 'Florida Council for support of date for a public hearing was

Tucker asked why-the scout services to the committee set for November 3rd

_, ,I mon children of Bunnell -were receiving BUREAU MEET5ATURDAY members Thursday night. The public hearing! on the .

a reduction in school The 'fund drive will help closing'of a road requested by
S '
lunch prices'' while the Flagler support the scouting. programin Fitzhugh Malphurs was delayed -

Beach children were not. Craig The Flagler Farm Bureau the Central Florida Couinicil. one month since Mr. Mal

explained that the federal trill hold their annual dinner There are, approximatelyfifty phurs was presently confinedto
that the individ meeting Saturday at 7 p. m. at scouts In Flagler County. the hospital.
law required ABELL
Civic Center. MISS CAROLYN Flagler County Troop Com Espanola .
ual schools be considered on tunnell Millers Subdivision in
, the reduction rather than the Farm Bureau President Miss Abell was born at mittee members are Farris was approved by the

!. county as a whole and Flag. Louis M. Steflik said ,there Winter Haven, Florida but McGee, chairman of fund Board subject to the under
be' a barbeque served of her life'at Lake drive Charles Creal, fund subdividers
ler Beach did<<; not qualify. would pent! most ; standing that the
. I Tucker moved that the same Ita Farm Bureau members" Wales. She attended schoolsn drive finance officer; Keene. would be responsible for providing

7, 140.; ,' reduction be, applied to Flag. their. families, and invited Lake Wales- Sebring. andrake Gurnee, ,Wlllard Tucker, Ray agress and ingress to

,. ler Beach. Board Member Em. uests. Worth. Mercer, Jeff Seale, Robert the subdivision.Mrs. .
.. 'seconded the motion- Don Jordan, county agent, Her family moved to Palm Walters, Warren Moore, Robert Betty Steflik retiring

Board ery Members Peavy and willl be in charge of the pro- Beach County 5 years ago Law, Wayne Edwards and of the Recreation
voted "no" until gram which will be a presen. vhere she attended Palm' Charles Wendlandt. before
, .' they Perryman could find out where the ition of 4 II Club, awards. teach Junior College. She) re- Committee,Board, to conclude the
of.Arts dejree BEACH PTA the
from to reived her Bachelor FLAGLER fiscal \
would come
the past
.. ::: money that the "Superintendent FloridaAtlantic business
the reduction. It was cern from MEETS TONIGHTThe action was to approve
support the, Final
secrets from year.
would require was keeping Jnlverslty. PTA will
r estimated that. it refusing to Flagler Beach construction of picnic

, 1 in excess of $500 from: School' Board"Board by how many TABLE meet tonight 'at 7:30 at the tables for Haw Creek and St.
did iform the
motion with' Mrs.
local funds. enrolled at Bun.' school cafetorium Johns Park.
not Negroes were Tides for October 16.22 Cathy Watson presiding.It Wilson, Flag. >
cagy.f This Infor- Catherine
School MrS.
The resignations' of Mrs. nell High requested,by Exact times may .vary because wll be the first meetingof ,ler Beach, was appointed ,as a _
mation had been
' "" Stefllk from Flagler of influence by winds the and there will Recreation
Joy earlier the County
, .., Mrs. CarolBenton ember[ Emery at an, with member of
house" parents
and LOW fill the
Elementary to
, HIGH ,an open Committee,
; .
Bunnell High leeting. visit'the classrooms .
from P.M. invited to the resignation
., Craig refus- P.M. A.M. caused by
.. accepted.superintendent Superintendent Day A.M. the teachers vacancy
School were and Steflik.
Information 6:00 of Mrs. Betty
{ said furnish the 11:59 5:06 :
ed to 11:48 of the
' "' 1.6 : and view the'work had
/ that a ardpoUcy 6:06 7:12 Stefllk's resignation
: Mrs
grounds 12:48 '
he did not have any qualified on identifying 1.7 12:12: 8:24 children! accepted "with regret"at
applicants for three vacancies prohibited '1.8 1.:18 2:00 7:18: Parents and school officials been meeting of the
race. 9:30 earlier
according to 8:36 : an
'\ existing. The possibility students ;1.9.2:30: 3:06 Invited to attend. Refresh.
now 'counter, 10:24 are
then 9:48 Board.
making some transfers was Member' Emery 20'r : 3:36: 4n.2 ments'will be served, 'after the i
of would have nowaY 110:4811:18 from the School
actlon'wastaken. ed'I that they .4:42" ABoard resolution
but, no. 21. ,
discussed, meeting.BULLDOG'S County
If they were ,11:42.11:59 the
of knowing 9 ..5:36' 6:06 requesting
..l .
their ,
Tucker moved implying with HEW guIde. SCHEDULE : Commission reapportion It
, (Board,Member Integration if ''1969 FOOTBALL, that they couldbe
, on .
superintendentarrange l1J'\es\ precincts
that the not "know"' how .Deaf ......... .. Away: the School Board
;with- could .Florida used by t" '
meeting ....
for a Joint, ..they .............__..-
and ,
Commissioners ; t1any ,Negro students Oct. 16 ...Baldwin :...............:.. Home for redistricting' purposeswasread.
County ......
Board of ._........ of
the .._ ---- discussion
in thehools. 24 .
students were ) Oct. .... Home After some
the problem dite Hawthorne .... : :
to study, .the school *: ">>. :: OctJ 31 ..............-.....:..*......... Lopez, :...:?.... Away the problems ''involvedthe.,. .
of redistricting was-taken:on this .._.. ..._._....-...Father ,take any ac- ti
The action: .... did
member districts. No Nov.7.. .'......:... ::... Away Board fit' ,
Hastings .
(board thoughBeard} :Member ...._._.T; .. ............ +1d '
carried unanimously., ,Nov 14,.. ; Nassau .?...;.:.. Away tion..I..K.Younge ., ,jT-Jl.t; ;. .
action West .
Board' Members Emery and nery''stated that he planned Nov. 21 I..........J22:;..;N.... 1 ::

Tucker expressed their con- to pursue it further.


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.ml1 3nlaylcr} mriblUU'INCOnpOUATED' Entered ns second class matter .
February 6. 1913. at the post-
JJVNN"LL. KI'OHIUA: office at Bunnell. Florida under 1 E < Lean Western
Act Of Mar h1878. C 14 ) {
Editor and Publisher lOe Per COPT Pork leaks

DETTE 'S. McDANIEL r One Year -1-1.r.-1_t .$3J10
News Editor Six M..... --, ,.2.....
De.lanated nev .pnpr for all
Outside Vla ler County
laical Advertising 94.OO Per Year



Since this is National Newspaper Week, we would like to U. S. D. A. Choice'CHUCK
take this opportunity to tell our readers what we think aboutan

editorial. '. .
...r ROAST Ib 58
J" FIrSt ,let us say that we'continue to be amazed at the re-
spouse we continue to get on our editorials. We are quite often
pleasantly shocked when people, even high school students,
that you would not expect to ,be particularly interested in U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHOCK'
editorials, tell us it is the first thing they read when they get '

their,Frankly paper.,, when we first bought The Flagler Tribune, we STEAK Ib.Copeland's 68

thought we would write editorials for a few months and then .
slowly drop them except for occasional subjects of special In-

terest. But from your response we would not dare to skip an SMOKED SHOULDER (6-8 Ib. Avg ) SLICED FREE
editorial.We .
counted over seventy-five responses to one editorial.
Parts of our editorials have been used by at '''least three ,daily *
newspapers. One reader told us she personally gave one copyto
Governor Claude Kirk. .
We receive many comments from out-of-town readers. Even
Past Senate President 'wrote across one editorial, "This may; not
be popular but you are right-Verle A. Pope." ,
Choice Juicy Streak O'Lean
Sometimes we write an editorial which we think is very Im

portant two responses such as and(the no one action.on "Youth Recreation" ,and we got only ALl MEAT STEW JJ WHITE BACON

We have had only,one critical reply to a particular editorialand lb. 78e Ib. SSe

we printed her, reply. We have had a number of people :.
tell us they enjoy the editorials though they occasionally dis
agree. And this is a good thing. Readers should disagree withus Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2i/a Ib. Avg.) LIMIT '2 PLEASE
now and (then or else the editorials would not ,be worth read

ing.In. reading editorial writers or regular columnists you have WHOLE Ib. 29CHOICE <

to know the writer and his philosophy in order to know how
'to ,ake" his writings.

.By this time you surely realize that this writer is rather conservative -
in his political and social views. He likes new ideas.
and moves that offer promise of progress. He has little( tolerance
for those who are radical on either the left or right. .1 GROUND
BEEF 3 Ibs. 169
Most of all this writer is for anything that is good for Flag LEAN
ler County and against that which does not help to promote
,Flagler County. Big R' (Limit Please), :No. 303 Can
We would prefer to write only those things which are good

and pleasant.When'you,".write about a subject which,you think CUT GREEN MIlANS', each JOe: ; CARNATIONEVAPORATED .
something is not right you have to take issue with people, who .
.have been your friends for many years. Miracle/tuart Jar MILK

We (try not to deal in personalities In our editorials, .because SALA}
we are only interested in the issues. We even reserve the :DRESSING: Ea. 59c 6 Tall $
right not to print readers editorials that make undignified ;attacks : Cans .00
16"oz..- .(6-Pac Carton Plus
on particular individuals.Now ) Deposit
that we have !taken this
Newspaper Week to tell ,you a. little more' about us, we hope

you will continue to read us. We, also, invite you to disagree 24 'ot'.. Bottlq :' .
with us. It will. stimulate our readers to read various points of KRAFTORANGE
view.: MAZOLA OIL Each 49*

Thanks for reading us.
John A. Clegg Farm Value t fr-L ., Large 20.oz. Loaf JUICE

their Insanity.. BREAD 3 For 69* HALF

Too Late "four-letter I started words"to talk that about we GAL. 69

have come "consider evil *.,
To and disgusting. Words that ,
ClassifyBy speakers, writers and other ::
Russell disillusioned individuals have FROZEN
employed as the key to atten-
Through the ridiculous actions tion and publicity. .
1 Tin 47 Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 Size ,
and expressions of row We have elevated certain oz.
dy irresponsible groups, the four letter words out of all POUND Each
nonconformists, the radicals, proportion, for there are ten Limit 1 with,$5.00 or more food order CAKE 69'c
the Ignorant malcontents, on or more wopderful respectable ,
campus and off, the so-called and inspiring four-letter. Morton's '"HOME BAKE"
"four-letter word" has becomea words for every'evil, disgust-
dirty word in' > the public ing "four-letter word" man -, FRESH- PRODUCE BREAD Pkg of 3
mind. ever devised.So ((1 lb. Loaves) 49C.
Press, radio and television before you condemn Ga. Red -
have gone along heartily with "four-letter words" in-teto, .,
the promotion of this insane stop and think of these that
conclusion, just as they have for centuries contributed to ::: YvlATOES2IbS2ge COLD POWERGR.EEN.
gone along in publicizing the peace, harmony' and decencyin
rabble and Irresponsible agl- the world. lb
tors who publicly express We, might begin with the ,BEANS 23* Giant;
them. word "life" itself, and follow 470APPLES
They ignore the fact that with'"good" and "love". Thenwe 4 lb. BAG
.for every irresponsible Idiot have "help", "kind",
and protestor, there are thousands "kiss", "like", "care", "true", Each 49* Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order:
of sane sensible students hope", "sane", "save", "cure",
and reputable citizens who "give", "true", "rose", "tree": ,
do not take part in such ac "just"; "real",. "baby" and a
tivities.A thousand others.
handful: of half-baked This ,column is witten in
students in our colleges and defense of those 'countless
universities can command "four-letter words" that have
_,national attention and pub been crucified by the public
licity by flaunting the law, and Ignored by the thoughtless !
screaming 'obscenities and who go along with such i;
carrying on like swine in a idiotic nonsense.Be .
mud hole (with apologies to thankful that we have
'the swine) ,in the name of so- hundreds of decent, respectful
I J .''called :civil, ,rights. They ,are "four-letter words" that have If;
.:abetted and encouraged in ,stood us, in good ,stead over IflhIIjI .
their 'activities by the press the ,years and will continueto Phone '437-3227(
and radio or television; who do so if we are smart 8:00 .m.-";:'.IOO p.m. .
keep them active and applaud enough to come to ,our sense. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good U.S.. No- BUNNELL 0'J
October 16, 17, '18, 19 and :2O, :1969


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located 2 bedroom furnished Voters will go to the polls, lilli' 1IDJ.

ADVERTISING cottage, close to ocean and Inland Tuesday, October 21, to elect
waterway. Phone 439- two supervisors to the Board : :NEWS i

2020. Oct. 9, 4tc. of the Flagler'Soll and Water .
11; Conservation District. The ballot ... .- ._. i
CALL BOB for lawn mainte boxes will open at 8:00 am
nance, painting Inside or out and remain open ''untIl 5:00 DORCAS CLASS FLAGLER COUNTY

TROPIC GARDENLet side small repairs and odd pm. Polling places will be located INSTALLS OFFICERSMrs. CHURCH DIRECTORY
us help beautify Flagler Jobs. Call 4392502. 10.9.4tc at the Courthouse In

County. Large variety of ever Bunnell; Haw' Creek Store; ., Edna Kendall, Haw
greens, palms, hedge plants. Used full size box springs and Flagler Fish Camp and the Creek, was installed as pres. CATHOLIC
5% miles S of Bunnell on mattress, $15.00. Coil springs, Water OakTradlng;: Post.WAITON ident of the Dorcas Class of CHURCHESThe ,
U. S. 1. single or double $1.00 each. Rev. Father Anthony
Feb. 15 tfc ,
the First Baptist Church of
., Leon. Pastor
Jerry's Furniture Old DixieHwy.near II > 7 'w.- ""
Bunnell in
Monday night a
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 195. Ph. 4373752.
fields Installed: Rota-Roter special Installation service St. Marys Church Korona "
Oct. 16, ltc.
snail shell. Reasonable prices. held at the home of Mrs. Lola Sunday Mass..._....... 7:30: a. m. "
Call George Jarosz, '437.341 FOR SALE-New 6 ft. x 8 ft. Mae Parker, E. Moody Boule Weekday Masses: Monday.

8-1-tf utility dump trailer. Can be vard, Bunnell. Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a.

seen at Knox Oil Co., U. S. Other officers Installed'were m.Blessed.
NEED NEW TIRES?? See our Hwy. 1, Bunnell. Itc. Mrs. Lola Mae'Parker, vice ,
selection of ATLAS tires. Be, a president; Mrs. Letha Fruits, Sacrament Chapel '1

fore buying check with Knox WANTED-Everybody' come secretary; Mrs. Opal Craig, Flagler Beach

011: Company, U. S.'Hwy. 1 for Halloween Bingo party, Flag. Social Chairman; Mrs. Jewell Sunday Mass ..._.._...9:00 a. m.
the best deal in town. TFC ler Woman's Club. October I Edwards, Card Chairman; and Weekday Masses: Tuesday .
28, 7:30. Costumes optional. Mrs. Frances Brooks; Teacher. Thursday and Saturday at
FOR SALE-37 ft. house trailer Prizes awarded' to prettiestand Mrs. Alma Sheffield, a form. 9:00 a. m.Catechism.

complete with 50x100 ft. lot funniest. Adm. $1.00. Itp. er teacher of the Dorcas Class, Classes. 3:00: p. m.
between Hwy. AlA and canal, was installing officer and gave Tuesday.St .
seven miles north of Flagler FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedrooms the devotional program dur.

Beach, $2100. Call 439.2000 or modern garage apart. Ing. the evening. The theme Stephens, Bunnell
439.2380 after 5 week- ment, central heat and car.
p. m. on was: "Fingers of Prayer". Sunday Mass.10:30 a. m.
ends. 1O.2-TFC pet. Contact Arthur Babbitt, Eleven members of the class Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
3rd St., South, Flagler Beach attended. Their immediate Tuesday.
FOR SALE-Lot 5, Blk. 13,
Oct. 16 TFC
project Is sunshine gifts for Confessions before all masses.
Morningslde, SE corner 25th
KINNEY the shut-Ins. Refreshmentswere Weekday Devotion: Novenato
Flagler on small canal,
:..' served after the meet Our Lady Wednesday and
$2000. Also 3 lots, total 15Q'x ..
6 New 1969 ,Zig-Zag Sewing / C{ L'f: / ing. Saturday after Mass.
190' from AlA to Central on S. ; J, '
:. "
Machines to be sold for $35.00 j j.t
23rd, $15,000. Contact Jim Bab- #;'11 ,...; :1" ... ., ;
bitt each. May be paid for at $6.00 :< : j' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Community Memorial
5692 Alvarado Rd., Pen-
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month. These nationally > .. J 0<
sacola.'32504. Ph. 9044770368. per, ,. ;> CHURCH SERVICES Church
Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 4tc advertised machines 'carry a Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
fullfactory guarantee..' They '" Reverend R. W. Dlclcert, Pastor

UNCLAIMED: FREIGHT may be inspected In warehouse This verse from the Bibleis Sunday School ....__..___.9:45:

6 Deluxe solid state fully Unclaimed Freight, 527 in this week's Christian Worship Service ._..__....11:00
transistorized sterephonic high, Volusia Ave., Daytona Mon. Science Lesson-Sermon: "John Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof
fldelllty 'consoles in beautlul thru Fri. 9 a. m. 6 p. m.- 'seeth Jesus coming unto him, each month at 2 p. m.

hand rubbed finish. Deluxe Sat. 9 a. m. 1 p. m.. ltd. and saith, Behold the lamb of

BSR 4 speed record changerand God, which taketh away the First ,Baptist Church

4 speaker audio system. START EARLY sin of the ,world." The subject 'Rev.; Charles Anders Pastor
...To be sold for $88.00 each. PAINT UP NOW of the sermon to be read Moody Boulevard Bunnell

Can be paid for at $6.00 per' FOR XMAS Sunday in all Christian Sunday School..9:45 a. m.

month. May be Inspected in 3 CaL: Good Latex $5 Science churches is "Doctrineof Worship Service....11:00 a. m.
warehouse at Unclaimed Choice 70 Pastel Colors Atonement."
Evening Worship.._7:30'p. m.
Freight, Mon. thru FrI.9 a. YEOMAN'S PAINT Also included in the ser Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.
m. to 6 p. m.-Sat. 9 a. m. to FACTORY mon is this passage from Wednesday

1 p. m.'527 Volusla Ave., Day- 677.8020 1826 Road Science and Health with Keyto

'tona Beach. Itc CRMOND LLOYD O. ROBERTSON the Scriptures by Mary First United Methodist

Baker Eddy: "Jesus of Nazareth
<{ .. -ir------J: ; Lambert: Avenue Bunnell
taught and demonstrated -
> '" .. Rev. Earle A. Wilder PastorSunday
!: .
man's oneness with the
.., ..."<' ,!i. ..... ""' ,41 Father, and for this we owe School..9:45 a. m.
\ ... ,
-..... 3ftt. ... -> him endless homage." Worship Service..._11:00 a. m.
Youth Choir Rehearsal 6:45
1 t i' \. All are Invited to attend. :
FLAGLER PLUMBING CO... "" '" ''i ? p. m. Wednesday .
Children Choir Rehearsal '
BEACH W. S. C. S. :
2nd ,and 4th Thursday at 3
1500 S. Daytona Avenue TO SPONSOR DINNER 3 p. m.

VETERANS DAY MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
6:30 p. m.
Flagler Beach > ,The Flagler Beach United WSCS: 1st Wednesday at

Methodist Church Women's 9 a. m.

Telephone 439.2169 T. J. Miller, Owner Society of Christian Service Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
will serve a turkey dinner 8 p. m. '

I II" Veterans Day, November 11 Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes.
from 5 to 7 p. m. in the church day at 7:15 p. m.
fellowship hall.
Proceeds toward W. S. C.
go Flagler Beach United
; '. ((9. projects. The public is In.
Insurance .. vited. Methodist Church
; Flagler County <' DR. DALLAS BROWNING.
Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach

\ Agency Inc. SPECIAL SERVICEIn Church School..9:45 a. m.
i: : :, l the 'liturgIcal churches, Morning Worshlp..J.lOO a. m. \

: I which have days dedicated Womens Society Christian
' many
; ,> AH Forms of Insurance to particular saints, a Service: 2ndThursday of each

day is set aside for the host of month at.._.._.._.._...9:30 a. m. .
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 .
: those who do not have a special
, Runnell, Florida 32.010UFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS. day. "A Day For Saints" PENTECOSTAL
will be dedicated to those, HOLINESS CHURCH

both protestant and catholic, Bunnell, Off Franz' St.

.. .. at the Flagler Beach First REV. JOHN L. LINCOLD
;" United Methodist Church worship Sunday School..10:00: a. m.

service Sunday morning, Worship Service..._.11:00 a. m.
October 19 at 11:00.: Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
e SPECIAL4 Special music will be presented Worship Serv..Sun. 7:30 p. m.
.. by, the chancel choir
; ft. :x 8 ft. Vz inch .$395 per Sheet t under the direction of Mrs.

Sheeting Plywood ......................- Inez Crenshaw. The Rev. Dallas St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
:' 2"x4"x8ft.: : 6'5 Each Browning, pastor, will de. Rev. Thomas Mably

Fir Studs ........-.................-........... e liver the sermon. Priest In Charge..
3 miles east o f Bunn..11 oa


Morning Worship....10:00
a. m.
Four candidates are on the TO CONVENE AT
,;: ,.q .1" "' SUPPLY CO., Inc. ballot to fill the two offices. ESPANOLAThe Church School...__10:00: a. m.
Communion first Sunday
Walton KInney and J. B. Pel- Holy
, 1 MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH the annual' meeting of of each month '
\ Hcer
are presently on
!,', .. '0 'PHONE 439-23O3 churches In the St. Johns RIv-
I Board and are seeking reel -
t. ,
; ;
";, er aBptist Association will be
First Baptist Church'N.
.ction. R. W. Cody' Jr.and
held at'the St. Paul
Lloyd O. Robertson will furnish Espanola Central Ave., Flagler Beach
Baptist Church October 1519.
opposition. The two men Rev. Max Hall, Pastor'
The Rev. Frank Giddens Is
"' CRAIG FUNERAL HOME 'wth the, highest vote will be Sunday School..9:45 a. m.
elected. pastor for the two-day Worship .Service._J.1OO a. m.

Other Board members are: Wednesday Evening Prayer

A., H. CRAIG Funeral Director Service .__..___.._7.OO
a R. W. Deen, Jr., W. W. Deen, ,Robinson, assisting the p. m.

. \ : JOHN CAPO. Manager Sr. and A. B. Johnston. Flagler Soil and Water Con, First Wednesday fitter the
The Flagler Soil and Water servation District, says this is First Sunday of each month

AIR LADY OXYGEN Conservation District is a a good chance to hove your Family Night _._...6:00 p. m.

CONDITIONEDCHAPEL ,:, I EQUIPPED 'legal subdivision of the state voice heard in the conservation Business Meeting, 7:30 p. m.

ATTENDANTPhone-' AMBULANCES government, and Is operatedby of ''natural resources in Community Hymn Sing 1st
; .. local elected officials called Florida.All Sunday of each month 7 pan. {

supervisors. Districts in qualified 'electors
,ID 7-3532 residing
Florida are' regulated by state within the District are,eligible ATTEND THE

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA law.District to vote in Tuesday's CHURCH OF YOUR '

Conservationist Til- election. "'''>,' CHOICE ON .SUNDAY

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TlIUBSDAY. OCT. is 1969


Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr. and
Mrs. H. T. Cook left Mondayfor Plans for the annual Halloween Rev. E. Lester Stanton,
Ft. Lauderdale where they Carnival and supper Flagler Beach was elected 1 ,,
will attend the Annual Divis sponsored by the Veterans of chairman of the Flagler,.Sen- "ova
ion Convention of United Foreign Wars Auxiliary were Ion Citizens Club at the club's
Daughters of the Confederacy made Monday night at a dinner meeting Tuesday eve
Tuesday thru Thursday. meeting at the post home in ning, October 7. Others elect. '
; Mrs. Cook Is president of Bunnell. The event will be at ed to serve with Stanton for
I,I the Bunnell General Joseph the Bunnell Civic Center Fri. the 1969.70 club year are:
Eggleston Johnston Chapter, day, October 31. Gilbert Krler, vice chairman;
I UDC, and Mrs. Holland is Clubs and, organizations are Mrs. Dorothy Miess secretary;
president of the Ancient City invited to sponsor booths ,at' Anthony Janslc treasurer; ,. *
I Chapter at St. Augustine.. the carnival. Proceeds will not Mrs. Marie Janlckl registrar; r
be divided, they go to the and Mrs. Amy Threadgill
sponsoring club or organization. chairman nominating com
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONMrs. For further information mittee.
contact VFW Auxiliary President -
John Clegg celebratedher The new chairman appointed
:Mrs. T.A. Jones or Mrs.
birthday at a dinner par the following standing
ty Saturday night at San Re- William Patrick. committee heads: Publicity,
also completed
mo Restauraht in Daytona Members Walter Creal; House, Mr. and \'r
Beach. % plans for "Buddy Poppy"sales Mrs. John Schott Hospitality, ,r* .
November 78.
Mr.and Mrs. Harry Gerdes.
Joining Mrs. Clegg for the
Other standing committee
celebration were Mrs. Lee
DAV heads will be appointed later.
Blakely Mrs. Scott Sheffield, 'I
Mrs. Marvin Parker and Mrs. PLANS RUMMAGE The chairman also 'appoint. /
George Kendall.Mr. ed a special committee com 1 '
SALE IN BUNNELL posed'of Rev. Reynold Hoover, >

and Mrs. Ellsworth Disabled American Veterans John'Lutton and Oscar Mless
Schmidt, North Flagler St., Auxiliary members 'completed to study the advisability of
Flagler Beach, have returned plans for a rummage' sale the .Club becoming affiliated
home after spending the sum. Saturday November 8 in frontof with ,the nationally operated + c
months at their vacation the Bunnell Civic Center American Association'of Retired
mer Photo by Theo C. Heln
home in Middlebury, Conn. when they met Monday"night Persons This committee WINNERA
at the Flagler Beach Municipal will make Its report at the ,SENIOR FLOAT FIRST PRIZE
HOME FROM VACATIONMr. Hall. Commander Mrs. Club's first meeting followingthe parade preceded Friday night's homecoming game and
Walter Wilkins presided.Mrs. return of the !chairmanand the,senior class float "Count Down To Victory" won first place. I
and Mrs. Bob Hender John Lutton, Mrs. Mrs. Stanton from an extended Seecond prize was won by the Junior class with 'a float entitled
son have returned to their Charles Donahue and Mrs. trip to Mexico. The 'Em".

home at Flagler Beach atfer Bill Damron were initiated as Stantons, left of Monday border.for their --- -- -.. .......Tree.. ........._ %_ .", <<'i'_." '" .", i2" -.--
spending two weeks at Tus- new members. tour south the
cola, Illinois visiting relatives. Members voted to sponsor The next meeting of the :
a booth at the Woman's, : Club Club will be at 12:30 on.. Tues
BEACH, HOUSEGUESTSMrs. Christmas Bazaar December day, October 21; in Community
6 at Flagler' Beach! Hall at the Flagler Beach
Lillian Reimer and Municipal Building. Membersare 1k
Mrs. Rachel Burkins, both of DOT WEBSTER asked to bring a,covered
Wilmington, Del. and Mrs. ATTENDS WORKSHOPIN dish for potluck luncheon.
Harry Oliver of New Castle,
Del. are houseguests of Capt. GEORGIADot
and Mrs. Melvin C. Nelson, Webster, C. R. .r(. A. at ALEX' POOLES
;Flagler' Beach. Bunnell General Hospital,
attended an anesthesia work- CELEBRATE GOLDEN

shop Saturday and Sunday In
Mr. 'and ,Mrs. Bob Conley, ANNIVERSARYMr.and
Atlanta, Georgia.
Tallahassee, visited at Flag.
The workshop'was sponsored Mrs.! lex Poole 208
ler Beach with her
Sunday by the Georgia Associationof 5th' Street Jl) oath, Flagler
mother, Mrs. Myrna Knight.
Nurse Anesthetist. Beach, celebrated their-fiftieth
wedding anniversary at a surprise -
dinner party last weekat
the Flagler;Beach Pier Res.
BARNES SEA FOODWill taurant given Y<1t: elr,son'' in
law and daughter Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Barber 'of Clover
October 24th ,
Open Friday City, Calif..

The married In M'J: ._. _x R' .
couple was : ....... '
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTOpen Mayodan,' N. '-October 5, Photo by Theo C. Heln
1919.. They lived in ":WInston The punnell High School Pep Club car won first place in

Daily Except TuesdaysSUNDAYS Salem, N. C." where Mr. Poole, the Homecoming parade Friday afternoon. Second place in the I
now retired, was employed by car division was awarded to the 8th grade entry.
the City of Winston Salem for'
12 NOON-1O P. M. more than 25 years. They MRS. MARVIN HENRY THANKSI

Call ,829-8304 for ReservationsMrs. moved to Flagler Beach several HONORED AT would like to take this

Helen Harnage / years ago from there. STORK SHOWER method to thank the doctors
The Pooles have axJaughter, and entire staff at Bunnell
Mrs. and Mrs.
George Clegg
Mrs. Ruth. Noell of Winston .
Leslie Tucker hostessesat Hospital for the wonderful
Roasted Oysters with $2..00 ,Salem, N."C.- whp,was'unable ,a stork shower Wednesday' and loving care Ire.

Clara Chowder ......._.._............................... ::I to attend th&/**celebratlon. afternoon honoring Mrs. Mar calved during my recent,stayin
!They also have 3 grandsons, the hospital. Also to those .
vin Henry at the homein
Fried Chicken $ Clegg
Family Style
J5: a granddaughter and a great who stood by me in prayer, I
with Hot ''Biscuits........................................ grandson.Out Haw pink Creek.A and. white arrange am deeply grateful.

of town guests attend ment of chrysanthemumsand Garner Sanders
ing ,the delightful affair were gypsophlla formed the
Mrs. Sarah Dickinson, N. Y.; centerpiece for the refreshment .
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ashbrook table overlaid with a' 3 Shopping Days
3k. Ky.; Mr. and Mrs.Wm' ., Cock. white lace cloth. Refresh.
i f:.f', rell, Honolulu, Hawaii; and ments of punch and cookies Til ChristmasRACHEL
Rev. and Mrs. R. W.. Dlckert were ,served by Mrs. Gordon. RUSSELL
Daytona Beach. Buckles and Mrs. Charles
t Flagler Beach guests.Cowart --to, thirty*five Invited Avon Phone Representative 4392516ANNOUNCING

doityourselfTHRIFT' ,
<, BeautyShop

iUrfurmnni! nut.Nonprofit

I_ Call 439-2204 for an appointment .' 25Famous Coeducational. College Preparatory Day School


I gives your pressure/ car:.:a -long-last- spray APPLICATIONS ,NOW BEING ACCEPTED

lug lustre" i leaves it like
new again. New cars, washed GRADES 1 THROUGH 12
y segularly' ,with Thrift.scientific -

( formula do' not need to. ,.. ft Small Classes

f"t Come Eat With Us be Come waxed on out or-polisbed..ever.and<<: try it.. ." ft Accelerated Studies S ..

.'* Christian emphasis

''( ) ., TUITION Deadline for

LION'S CLUB AUXILIARY WASHUS Grades 1.8 $650 '. applicationsOctober


.) :SlJSO: DONATION 12:00. 3sOO J'. M. .BUNNELL S. Don't forget, !! ,to do your For application forma or more information write
e'T "I. f', laundry at Amy's Laundry. P. O. BOX 636 PALATKA FLORIDA
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FLACLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY. OCT. 16. 1969 for the Police Department with
-.-- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIIEAHINO! the following specifications:
--- 119" wheel base
NOTICE 0' I.UIILIC V-8 Engine Mln. 260 H P..
CARE UNIT OPENED Automatic Transmission 3
rni::! 1"'WJ:" ;. ''t.d\J.wAt.: ,I' 'T"t." ..........+m._', "". THE STATE OK FLORIDATO Speed Forward Shift
!4A "nIjIti' : r;;{' :..dI /f : ALL JNTWUbIj'.I"bU: PERSONS 16" Tires 4 ply "
P Conditioned Factory Installed -

that a public hearing will Alternator Min. 55 Amp.
be held before the Board of Power Steering-
I b : County Commissioners of }Flag Power Disc Brakes (Front) .;
: .. j ler County. Florida at 9:00: A. M. Tinted Glass (Complete) .
; on Monday November 3. 1969 Spotlight
at the County Court House In Vinyl Trim Interior
: Bunnell. Florida for the purposeof Blue In colorHeavy
considering the adoption by Duty Suspension.
JLJ the Board of County Commissioners The above bid to Include 'a
U of Flagler County, Flor- Trade-In Allowance on a 1967
,rn 4 ida of a proposed resolution pursuant Four-Door Chevrolet and to Include -
__ to No. 336.09. et seq., Florida transfer of equipment
ii# Statutes which would vacate. therefrom.
1 : abandon, discontinue and closea Prices to be FOB Bunnell. indicating -
portion of the unimprovedtrail approximate deliverydate.
known as the Coast Guard .
Road which is more specifically Each bid shall be addressed to
described as: the City Commission P. O. Box;
That portion of the unim- 756. Bunnell Florid a 32O10
proved trail known as the marked "Bid on Police Car". The
Coast Guard Road which City Commissioners reserve the'right
runs parallel to the ocean to reject any and all bids
and just upland of the sand and to accept the bid that in its
'.l dune line In Flagler County judgment will be for beet
,v wy Florida from a southerly interest of the City tt Bunnell.
point commencing where Florida.
Ocean Shore Boulevard 'WITNESS my hand and officially
(State Road AlA) curves in seal ,this 13th. of Octobejjyjp
an easterly direction at the A. D. 1969.
Intercoastal Waterway spur /sHubert Pellicer, :MaW' F
canal in Government Lot 5, of Bunnell '
Section 10 Township IIS, SEAf..Ity.
Range 31E, to a northerly ATTEST: '
point located at the northern /Barbara C. McCabe. -
line of Government Lot 2. City Clerk
Section 28, Township lOS Oct. 16-30 2tc
Range 31E.
L At the conclusion of such public LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT,
hearing on November 3. 1969
a resolution will be presentedfor
adoption by the Board of NOTICETO
4 County Commissioners of Flag-
w ler County. Florida, which will WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
..,,.. ..... .. You will take notice that the
--'--'-'--- --;; T provide for vacation abandonment -
t'huto"y" Ted Heln. dlsconlnuance and closing Board of County Commissionersof
Bunnell General Hospital's new four bed Intensive coronary care unit was placed Into operation : or mat trail portion described of the herein.unimproved accordance Flagler with ntrhe provisionsof ,In

last week. The new compact unit has a totally automatic telemetry monitoring system WITNESS my hand and the Sections 336.09 and 336,10.

I and four patients can be monitored within the same room and observed by nurses. Board seal of of the County Chairman Commissionersof of the Florida tS F..t L.esMX'lfH' upon. and petition -

Mrs. Patricia Dunning R. N. Is hour ''Flagler County Florida, this ESTHER MALPHURS. his wife
supervisor of the new unit which. provides 24 private 13th day of October, 1969. and BARTON ASA. will at 9:00A.
'' I"' ; M. o'clock on the 3rd day'ot
duty nursing for all patients assigned to the facility. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
FLAGLER NOVEMBER. 1969. at Its meet-
COUNTY FLORIDA ing room in the County Court
,LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN whose name'' and address is By /s/ Otis S. Hunter House in Bunnell. Florida con-
BHS BULLDOGGAME NICHOLAS A. GEORGE, of Os- ChairmanSeal sider and determine whether or
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR sinsky & George 600 N. Olean- ( ) not the County will vacate, discontinue -
SCHEDULE KL.AOL.KIl COUNTY FLORIDA der Avenue. Daytona Beach ATTESTs : abandon, renounce and
CASE! NO. 63O IJIV. K Florida, and file, .the originalwith / / Julia R. Harvey'Deputy disclaim any right of the County
IDA ROSETTA KERNS, the Clerk of the above Clerk. Circuit Court. and of the public in and'to7any
CHANGED, Plaintiff styled Court on or before Nov- Florida -, land or Interest therein acquired -
Flagler County
ember 24, 1969; otherwise a judg- dedicated,
v Oct. 16. Itc. by a gift, or or
The Bunnell Bulldogs will CHARLES FRANK KERNS. ment may be 'entered againstyou set aside for street, avenue, alleyway
Defendant for the relief demanded In LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT road or highway purpose -'
play Florida Deaf tonight NOTICE OK SUIT' NO PROPERTY the complaint <.r' petition. which street is more par-
(Thursday) at St. Augustine WITNESS my hand and the REQUEST FOIl BIDS ticularly described:
TO: CHARLES FRANK KERNS, seal of the said Court on the Seventeenth Street from
High School Stadium. Game whose residence Is unknown 14th day of October, 1969. Sealed bids will be received in Hernandez Avenue to the
time Is 8 p. m. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED GEORGE M. MOODY the office of the City Clerk of the East boundary of the 500
that an action for divorce Clerk Circuit CourtSEAL City of Bunnell. Florida. In the foot right-of-way of the Inland -
The Bulldogs lost to Taylor has been filed against you, and ( ) Civic Center Building on or before Waterway In Artesla. a
you are required to serve a copy By Kathryn L. Emery 4:30 P. :M. on the 3rd day of Subdivision of Flagler County -
High last .'Frlday night 86. of your written defenses, if any Deputy Clerk flvel'-Oer D. 1969 forone State of Florida,'recorded
to It. on the plaintiff's attorney Oct. 16. 23. 30 fe Nov. 6. 4tc. Truck for the in Plat Book 3. Page 21 public -
Street Department with the fol- records, Flagler County.
.\ < lowing specifications: Florida.
One (1) Fleet-SIzed % Ton. All, Interested parties may appear -
Pick-Up Truck and be heard at the time
Front Springs 3000 Ibs. and place above specified.
!! Rear Axel 5200 Ibs. I Dated this 4th day of SEP-
: : Engine 240 cu. In (Min.) .. 1969.
Clutch -. 123 sq. In. (Min.) HOARD OF COUNTY' COM-'
Transmission .3 Speed MISSIONERS OF FLAGLER'

: Brakes gHll% U lC COUNTY. FLORIDA
'" Bv /sOtis S. Hunter
; ; Tires Tube-Type (750-16\ '
r .. 4. (SEAL)
:' : .7'4U't S.. s' '" Mln.Inside) Body Length' 96" \ x ATTEST: .
y : / Moody
-- G4oClerk'? i
Heater ,'
: : I) l ; ; Outside Mirrors ; Oct 16. Itc. ;

: l. :. d. bleColor Darkest. Blue. Availa
: ''t- :: L bleThe above bid to Include a LEGAL ADYERTISEMEWl'NOTICE! '

.... Trade-in Allowance on a 1961
.. ..
'. 1\0,\ '.. Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck. 6 cyl. '
Prices to be FOB, Bunnell. indicating
approximate delivery .
I : :' '! .' date. You will take notice that the
!( ,. Each bid shall be addressed to Board of County Commissioners
the Cltv Commission P. O. Box of Flagler County Florida. In
L. Eleven rate reductions since 1957! 756. Bunnell. Florida: 32010marked accordance with the provisionsof }'
"Bid on Plck-Up Truck.1The Sections 336.09 and 338.10
: The average price paid per kilowatt hourby City Commission reserves Florida Statutes 1965, upon petition -

FPL-served. families is one-third 1e4s. the right to reject any and all a of ROY W. LIKINS and i i
bids and to accept the bid that JAMESENE E. LIKINS. his wife
than it was in 1957. In .Its'Judgment will be for the will at 9:00: A. M. o'clock \>n ;the> 1
best Interest of the City of Bun- 3rd day of NOVEMBER 1969, at
., nell. .Florida.. its meeting room In the County
.\. ,;, I d" WITNESS my hand and official Court House in Bunnell. Flor-
gt : seal this 13th. day of October. ida, consider determinewhether :
'.. 'j..'( ., A. D. 1969. or not fhCo will

e ,, ,,, noniOA POWIH.LraHT COM "N" /sHubert lice', Mayor vacate, discontinue. abandon, re-
City of Bunnell nounce and disclaim any right.of
SEAL: the County and of the pUblicIn ,
ATTEST: and to any land or Interest '
14 _. \ S /Barbara C. McCabe therein acquired by a gift or
.f City Clerk dedicated or set aside for street
Oct.. 16 Oct. 30 2tc avenue alleyway road or highway -
purpose.. which road Is more>
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! : : particularly' described; -
sjI sj-]
: The following dedicated road
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF known as the DuPont Road! 1
FT.AOL.EIl COUNTY, FEiORI- running* diagonally in a nor
I)A : thwesterly direction through'the
In Cn*<<> No. 3.1-D: following described pro-
JAMES McNEil.. perty, to-wit;
I Plaintiff A part of Tract 17' of Du
Pont Estates Subdivision, r
MARY ALICE McNEIL as recorded In Plat Book .
na ( F Defendant 3. Page 17. Public Records
NOTICE TO DEFEND of Flagler County. Florida
I_ THE STATE OF FLORIDA.TOr he I nor described as follows:
:MARY ALICE McNEIL Beginning at the point where
Route 1, Box 191Whltevllle _' a westerly production of the>
North Carolina. r South line of Section 38.
> 28472 Township 10 South. Range
S You are hereby notified thata 31 East. intersects! the Easterly -
suit. has been filed against you boundary of the 600'
In the above entitled cause; and right-of-way of the Florida. '
you are hereby required to file Intracostal Waterway and
your answer with the Clerk of running thence N. 17. 21* 24"
this Court and to serve a copy W along the said Easterly
thereof upon the plaintiff orplalntltf" right-of-way boundarv. a.
attorney whose name distance of. 551.91'; thence
and address' Is: North 69. 31* 30" E. 1214.26':
R. K. ROBERSON 77' to a point in the northerly )
204 Conrad Building line of Old U. S. Highway
112 West New York Ave. A-l-A: thence S. 67* 42' W.
DeLand.. Florida 32720 along the Northerly line
not later than November 28, A. thereof a distance of 68.25'.
D. 1969. to the point ofcurvature of
\ If &
you fall to do so. Default 9' 20' 48" curve to the left
I V will b6 entered against you for having a radius of 613.69 r
th relief demanded In the bill thence Southwesterly around
of complaint The nature of said said curve an arc' distance
suit being for of. Intersection
the South
,. DIVORCE. with line of said
t. ofW..mEurY: hand' and y.el Section 38; thence S. 6T. 38'
t .IaI \ this 30 30" W. along the South line
September A. D 1969.
of said section 38. a distanceof
GEORGE M. MOODY 1010.61 feet to the
Clerk of said Circuit Court of beginning.All .
(Official Seal
Interested parties
By Kathryn L. may ap- .
Emery pear and be heard at the time
Deputy Clerk and place above specified.
Oct. 2. 9. 16. 23. 1869. 4to DATED this 13th day of October :
I 1969./ '
iri* a':l. FLORIDA )I
Sealed bide will be 'recfllv d'
the office of the City Clerk of Bv /sOtis S. Hunter

the the Civic City of Bunnell. Florida In (SEAL Chairman)' ,. I..
I l Center Building or .'
2. before 4:30 P. M. on the 3rd day' George ").
.. r' / M. Moody- >
November AD.. 1969 for .
I .."
.. &one (1) 1970 Four-Door SedanTK Clerk ,
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THURSDAY. OCT. 16 1969

I your notice Is received. Befqre FARM CENSUSTO BIRTHDAY DATA Steven Goodwin Thelma

canceling you should be certain BE TAKEN week to: Crotty.
Social Security of your Intent never to Today: Peter Threadgill. Monday: Marie M. Kane,

::. I I return to the United States.Q. BY MAIL Friday: Russell Yelvington, Frank J. Hormes.

My 66 old husbandhas The 1969 census of agricul Miles Reed Atkinson. Wednesday: Norman Butch

NEWS; had a year series of strokes ture- will be conducted entirelyby Saturday: Britt. Allbritton Shows, Jerri Lynn Cauley

and is presently hospitalized. mail with no census .takers Julia Stanish. Marguerite Butler Michael

Q. My husband was retired The doctor tells me he can Chairman.Involved Florida W. F. Ilerlong Agricul Sunday: Michael Mlnton Mancuso Dan Frailey.

} from the military service. lie come home now but I am fully -
tural Stabilization and Con - ----------- - ,
Medi and cannot af-
f carried supplementary employed
servation Committee said to
cal Insurance under Medicare. ford to stay home to take care CARPENTRY

AU his hospitalization and of him. Will Medicare pay for day.According to the Chairman
doctor bills prior to his death his care in a Nursing Home?
the Bureau of the Census has PAINTING 0
were provided for at military A. No. Since you state the announced that in January .

hospitals and the only bill I may come home apparently 1970 every operator of a farmor ALUMINUM WORK

paid was a$40 ambulance bill doctor advised your husbandhe ranch will receive a census
for transportation from our does not need skilled nurs '
form 'by mall and will be asked
home to the closest military ing care. Medicare provides to fill it out and mail it

hospital. Can I be reimbursedfor reimbursement for care in. a back. ALL WORK GUARANTEED

this $40 under Medicare? nursing home after! a minimum Chairman Herlong said the

A. No. Since $40 was the of three., days in a hos decision to use the mail method

'only: cost for medical expense pital only if skilled nursingcare is the latest in a series of 20 (Years Experience -

f the $50 yearly deductible was on a continuing basis Is plans to gain efficiency and

not met and no reimburse- still required.Q. economy by using the malls For Free E.timatePhone 253-2354 Daytona

ment can be made. (Usually I signed up for Medicare to the greatest possible extent -

ambulance charges when while I was still working in / In conducting all cen-

III medically 'necessary are allowable my home state. Since I'm now suses.

>> for reimbursement retired and plan to live ,in He emphasized that the

under Supplementary Medical Florida where do I file to get completed questionnaire for p J;
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Insurance If the $50 deducti reimbursed for the medical each farm ranch or other agricultural Leairnthe r", ," .,:. ; .

ble'' has been met). expenses I'll have in Florida? operation will be .' .
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Q. My mother recently re A. You file in Florida. The completely confidential. He Y ...'" ",.,
her native home in all farmers of ;. ,(" :-
turned to
rule is that you file your request urged to cooperateIn secrets

Europe for a visit. While there for reimbursement with the census. The Information ,,#''t

she fell and broke her hip the Medicare insurance carrierof obtained without names or .

and Is hospitalized. Are any the state In which you 're clues to Identify will be beer cookery 'i'I'-,

of her bills covered under ceived the medical services. grouped in statistical. totals \

., medicare? The address for the carriers and published by counties Find how
A. No. Medicare does not from each state is shown in and states as well as for the \ out to make ..

pay for services of a physician *your Medicare Handbook, entire nation. delicious everyday dishes

in foreign countries and does Chairman Herlong odded with beer-such as beer ,,

a not,pay for service ,in foreign ber and acreage of farms the I meat loaf beer chicken
1 1A agricultural census will ask ., ,
There is
hospitals. one exception 'r
to the rule-if you are:in For Fast Results farmers for an estimate of beer sausages, and beer

the United States when an & READ and USE values of land and ,buildings, cake. And then there are

,emergency arises and the foreIgn amount of time operators such gourmet treats as
worked at off-farm jobs and
closer than
hospital I I I in this
I rarebits and Carbonnades
1 the nearest U. S., hospital number of autos trucks tractors end for our

''r, which could provide the combines and corn pickers. pamphlet: of free. Flamandes.
emergency service you need recipes, with on beer cooking Beer cookery is as ,
then hospital insurance will T traditional
as yesterday...
help pay for the emergencycare. O. F. ALFORD ,
as modern as tomorrow.

Q. My wife and I plan to Would You Believe Real Estate Broker Beer adds a real flavor treat.I'm J

return to our native Denmark All Highballs, Martinis I.

to live out our' remaining & Manhattans are Free Registered

years as all our family still Upon presentation of this Bunnell, Florida . .. . .

-," live there. What should we do ad we will give you and ---Ao.. .A
about our Medicare? yourwife or girl friend a : interested recipes for cooking. with beer. Send me my : .

A. Medicare does not ,pro. free drink with dinner. : free.pamphlet. ,
vide for services in foreign' Spanish & Continental PIjUMDIIta AND REPAIRS : Name

countries. If you never plan ... Cuisine Flagler BeachTel'439.2304
I 'to.return' to the IT.; S:,'You may POSADA, MENENDEZ 1-, I- .: Street 5 :
your Supplementary .
RESTAURANT 439.209 Day or Night : City' p ,
Medical Insurance Your cov- House ,
21 Avenlda Menende Calling '' 7 to 8 a.m. .
and premiums will stop
erage and front 12 to 1 p.m.
8296282St. : State "p, _
at the end of the calendar
after the Augustine Florida '
quarter quarter LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT :

I .
I CASK NO. 623 DIV. E . . . . .Z. . . . . . .
after you see Plaintiff
JOHNNIEvMAY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT utes of this state who Is also a
'- doctor. MERRITT landowner In the herein named
your Defendant. IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT District.
; bring yourprescription address unknown IN PROBATE NO. 030 Administrator State Soil and Water
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IN RE- Estate of Conservation Board

to has that been a filed Complaint against for you Divorce in the Deceased.RUTH FETRET. Oct., 9, 16, 2tc.

requested to servea ALL PERSONS HAVING
copy of your Answer or other CLAIMS OR DEMANDS OF ,INTENTION TO
plaint upon JAMES H. TUCKER. You and each of you are here- In compliance with House Bill
Attorney for Plaintiff at Post by notified and required to file No. 1175. Chapter -20953. Lawsof
IJttUq Office Box 398, Bunnell.
Florida, any claims and demands which Florida. Acts of 1941. as
and to file the original thereof you. or either of you may have amended, the undersigned will
with the Clerk of the Circuit against said estate in the office of register with the Clerk of the
1 Court in and for Flagler County the Honorable T. K. McKnight Circuit Court in and for Flagler
Florida; Flagler County County Judge of Flagrler County County. Florida, upon receipt of
I Courthouse, Bunnell. Florida on at his office in the Court House proof of publication of this no-
t or before the 23rd day of October in Bunnell. Florida, within six tice the following fictitious
1969. ,calendar months from the time name: ,
ment you fall to do so. of the first publication of this Flagler Plumbing Co. locatedat
B1dA.M by Default will be nand notice. Each claim or demand Flagler Beach Florida, under
entered against you for the must be in writing and contain which I will engage in the bus
relief prayed in said Complaint. the place of residence and post mess of plumbing I and that the
DONE' AND' ORDERED at office address of ''the claimantand undersigned is the only
Bunnell,' Flagler County Florida. must be sworn to by the interested In said business person
BINGO 8:00 P. this 17th day of September,' claimant his ageht or attorney Dated at Bunnell, Florida this

1969.GEORGE M. MOODY or the PAUL same H.shall void.. JR. 29th 1969. day 'of September. A. D.
Clerk of the Circuit Executor
; FLAGLER'BEACH RECREATION HALI (SEAL Court) By: /m/ Leland B. Shaw Thomas Oct.J.2, Miller.9. 16. 23, 4tc.
P. O. Box 296
-SPONSORED BY- By: Julia R. Harvey. Bunnell Florida 32010 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT"""
Deputy Clerk Attorney for Executor
Disabled American Sept. 25. Oct. 2,'9. 16, 1969. 4tO First Publication 25,Sept. 1969.' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Sept. 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 4tO FLAQLER COUNTY FLORIDA


.; FREE REFRESHMENTSJim I'HOIIATK No. 000 e I for \terms of four (4)) DEAN M.VMcOILL,
IN RE: Estate ofWILJUIAM years each for '
Flagler' Soil and Defendant
Booe Chapter No. 86 H. REED Water Conservation District. NOTICE OF SUIT
Deceased. October 21. 1969 TO: Dean M. McQlll
NO MINORS ALLOWED NOTICE. OF FINAL HRPORT Pursuant to the Soil and Water Crown Hotel
AND APPLICATION FOR DIS- Conservation Act Chapter 677 E. Colorado Blvd.
i CIIARCin : 682. Florida Statutes of 1949 and Pasadena California
1 All persons are hereby'' notlfled Chapter 28094 of 1953_ and as YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI-
- '
that the undersigned as .Ad amended 1905. notice la hereby ED that an action for divorce
'jj]) illl! YI!IIIIlmll'IIIllIlIlllllllll'illlIlI"IIIIIUlllllliiIII!! !!! : : IIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIf1I11111111I'( nexo ministratrix of Bald cum testamento. an given of an election to be held has been filed against you and
estate has com- on October 21,
for the election you are required to serve a ,copy
pleted the administration thereof of: Two ((2) supervisors for of your written defenses If
r and has filed in said Court terms of four (4) years each. to It on Donald J. Seps. of Duffett. any
JC1 I ON TIME' for her final report and application Polling places: Barry, and Sepjs. Attorneys-
discharge. Objections
50 there Flagler County Courthouse for plaintiff, whose address la
to, if
10 After anY..s8hOUld be duly filed. Bunnell Fla. 120 East Granada Avenue, P. O.
." CERTIFICATESMINIMUM : nltlro of publication Haw Creek Store. Haw Creek Box 2633 Ormond Beach Flor
showing notice has been Community.Flagler ida .and file the 'original with
'< published once a week for four Fish' Camp, St. Johns the Clerk of the above styled
VOLUS'A consecutive weeks, the matter Park Community.. court
0 ,$3,000-90 DAYS on or before October 27
of approval of said
report and Water
Oak Station, Bimini 1969; otherwise a. Judgment may
{ '+ COUNTY'RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY' the ordering of distribution of Community. be entered against you for the
said estate will come before. the Pollingplaces will be open relief demanded in the complaint
Court. between the hours of ,8:0OA.: M. ', or"petition'
j r. BANK First publication on 2 Oct. 1969. and 5.00 P. M r,, WITNESS? my hand and the
Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada JULIA R. HARVEY. All qualified icttshall'bsedelitsgible seal of said Court on September
'. 0 as Administratrix Cum. within the \22. 1969.
Ormond Beach. Florida Testamento Annexo to vote in this election. GEORGE M. MOODY
LELAND B. SHAW A qualified elector as defined Clerk of said Court
P. O. Box 296 in the Florida Soil Conservation By: Kathryn I* Emery
Bunnell, Florida 32010 Act Includes any person qualified As Deputy Clerk '
UIIIIIIIIIIII!! 1111111111i 1IIIIIlfilUlllllllllllllrnllllllllllllrfflllllllllll[ 1'11111' 1"'lllllllilllllll' WllllJllifilW" Attorney for AdministratrixOct. to vote In general elections'' (Circuit Court Seal) _
2, 9, 16, 23, 4 to. under the Constitution and Stat- Sept. 25, Oct. 2. 9, 18, 4 ,o.s .


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FLACLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY, OCT. 16. 1969 overhauled and modernized. tember 16 to the 1st Infantry the date of their discharge or
3 1976
During the overhaul the eight Division In Vietnam as an until March ,
Intelligence specialist. ever .is later to take advan-
which power the armor
: About ton California. Sgt. Decker Is nuclear cores of their G. I. home loan
.. assigned to the 57th Weather ship will be replaced. The old Ills. wife Evelyn, lives In benefit.tage
Our ServicemenLT. Sqd. at Hickam Air. Force cores powered the ship havea for Bunnell.
the new ones
three years
, To determine the expirationdate
COOKASSICNED He and his wife and son life span of ten years. of his eligibility each
Kenneth, reside in Honolulu- The yard period Is expectedto G I HOME LOANSAVAILABLE veteran who served after Jan. '
last 11 months. 31, 1955 can assume that he
lie is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Enterprise came to Ports- has 10 years after his dis-
E. Decker of Bunnell.
TO OKINAWA mouth following four tours of The Veterans Administration charge from active duty plus
First Lrt. David J. Cook (.0.) duty In the Tonkin Gulf off reminded returning veterans one year for each threemonths
United States Marine Corps ABM/2 MISCH the coast of Vietnam.0 today they are eligible of military service.
has been assigned to duty at (- :) for home loans for 12 to 20 Smith explained.
Okinawa with,, the Marine SERVING ABOARD years after they get out of Viet--Nam
he said
Forces. Raymond S. Smith
Helicopter service. ''
USS ENTERPRISE era veteran with two 'years
Lt. Cook son of Mr. and VIETNAM Flagler County Veterans service for example would
Mrs. H. T. Cook recently com- Aviation Boatswain's Mate Service Officer explained that 18 after dischargeto
tour of at Second Class Army Private First Class veterans who served have years
pleted a duty Viet- Hans P. Misch eligible guaranty4entitlement. "
his G. I. loan
nam. USN son of Mrs. Stanley J. Bam' Scarbough 2O. son of Mr. after Jan. 31, 1955 will havea use .
(-0-) Germack of Bunnell and and Mrs. July Scarbough maximum of 20 years from
SGT. DECKER husband of 'rthe former Miss Bunnell was assigned Sep -
Donna M. Filkins of 500 Moody
COMPLETESN. Blvd., Flagler Beach is serv-
ing aboard the -
aircraft carrier USS Enterprise -

, .' Sgt. Albert Decker HickamAF in Portsmouth Va.. / ? \ n yry/: .2 fr oY+, ir"YF rot.ti
Base Hawaii was recently The Enterprise is currently
graduated from the Air undergoing a yard period during i-
Force N. C. O. school at Nor-. which the ship is being

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J. T. KOZMINSKI, Joint 'MeetingOf

,DIED MONDAY DIED OCTOBER 8 m.Commission'In the meets commissioners at 7:30: p. Lions ClubsSchool Mrs. Bernie Wilson, Flagler

: Beach, has been appointed to
Funeral service'' for JosephT. Mrs. Ethel Sayers, longtime room.
resident of Flagler County, Superintendent Jim the Flagler County Recreation
2119 N.
Kozmlnskl, 78, (-0-)
died Wednesday, October 8 at Nursing Craig was guest speaker at a Advisory Council by the Board
Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Flagler : County
Joint meeting of the Flagler of Commissioners.Mrs.
after County
Bunnell General Hospital ,
his home Council meeting and
Beach who died
., anpual,
illness. Beach and Bunnell Lions Wilson, who replaces Mrs. M.
a lengthy
Wednesday election of officers at 9:30 a.
Monday, was
Clubs held at the Flagler Otefllk who resigned the post
She( was born In England
10:00 at St. at the Bunnell First United
morning at : m.
Catholic Church. and moved to Bunnell 50 years Methodist' Church.. Beach Lions Club House Mon last month, was welcomed as

The Stephens Rev. Father Antonio Leon ago from Coney Island, N. Y. .. (-o-) day evening. a new member when the recreation -

officiated. Interment was In She was a member of the Monday; October. ..20: Bun- There were 27 Flagler Beach council met Monday
Royal Neighbors of America hell Commission meetingat Lions and eight Bmnnell/ Lions night at (the courthouse.The .
Hope Cemetery. City :
and, the Bunnell. First United present., Flagler 'Beach Lions council was notified1 the
.. A native of Poland Mr. 7:30: p.m. at City Hall.' "
Methodist Church. President Charles (Chic) Board of Commissioners had
Kozminski came to Flagler (-0-)
Funeral services were Fri Wendlandt presided over the rejected its recommendationfor
Beach 12 years ago from Madison V. F. W.. Auxiliary meeting
'..-'. Wise. He was a retired day at 1:30: p. m. at the Bun., at,8 p. m. in the post home, meeting. He shared/the head countywide teenage dan
table with' Bunnell Lions The advisory council recommended
of nell First United Methodist ces.
pharmacist, and a member W. Moody Blvd., Bunnell.
r St..Stephens Catholic Church. Church with the Rev. Earle .".C.o.( ) President Howard Lerch and '$2400 be spent

lie is survived by his wife, Wilder pastor, officiating..,In.. American Legion Post 115 Zone Chairman Don Jordanas for teenage dances after re.
terment was at Espanola Cem well as the'principal ceiving !results. of a survey
Olga, two sons, Ted of Chicago regular meeting at 8 p. m. at ,
and Al, of Greencove Ne, etery.. .. ., the Bunnell Civic Center. speaker.In conducted last May among
vada. Pallbearers were Pi A. Ed. Commander' Victor 'Buckleswill opening his remarks to junior-senior students at Bun

Craig Funeral Home, Bun monson Levi!. Brannam, Sr., preside. the Lions. SuperintendentCraig nell High ,School.
nell was in charge. Ray Mercer arid W. W. Deen. (o.) said he would like to The council's request; for

Craig Funeral Home, Bun Tuesday, October 21: Sen give some basic facts about $2400 for dances increased/
nell was in charge. for Citizens ,luncheonmeetingat Flagler Schools: amount budgeted for recreation ,
FLAGLER WOMAN'S In 1969-70 to $8400. Recreation ;:
12:30: p.- m. in the Flagler The school .! $1,.
selected to
Delegates were Beach Municipal Recreation 023000. monies totaling $6000are
Club member Mrs, Edwin attend the District Tour October alloted annually for recreation .:
'Hall. The
payroll $814,000.\ '
Hirst gave an informative report 20 at New Smyrna. Beach.It -$4500 is placed In"a
<-o-) 'There are 121 employees .
on the Fall Meeting. was announced there will Bunnell Lodge'. No. 200 which 63 are professionals.There .. sinking fund for a major recreation
Board at Naples Florida, at be a craft and hobby show F&AM meets at 7:30 in the are more than 1200 project and $150O is

the Woman's Club meeting'Wednesday .; Saturday, Nov. 22 and will be Masonic Lodge, Bay St., Bun students.. expended for recreation in the i
afternoon. open to the public. county.. The six member coun
nell. ', There -Is a full curriculum
: Mrs. Jasper White, program Club members voted to send Including regular, vocational, cil recommends to the county
the to Robert Finch, 'p' board how the track
chairman, announced a telegram race
#V; JOIN YOUR !remedial and adult. There are
theme for the annual community HEW Secretary, expressing 90 adult students and 14 grad. monies be spent.
of cutback of CHAMBER The council also
service program Octo disapproval FLAGLER uated last approved
ber 23 at 7:30 p. m. is "Meet: funds for cancer and heart re 'A'1"'OF" 'COMMERCE" Flagler ranks first in,. the $245 for .the Recreational! Bas

Your, Community Leaders". search. ,, state in vocational participation ketball League at the requestof
BUS Coach Jack Hardin.
-- of students, based on per
I p Hardin told the council the
centages. *
I ;"',.... 85 percent of children are fed program would benefit the

I ..: at schools with ,60' percent of youngsters who were ineligible

: "d'. :"' .. ..- 'On the move:' : ] ,. the children receiving free 'for the school's. basketball
; *, ,/ : : { milk. School lunch prices have programs.
,Mrs. Steflik met with the
: .been reduced this year.
council td discuss the 1968-
< 'forVO All personnel take refresher
New Chevrolet Movers courses during the year. 69 budget recommendationsand
the work had
.... Flagler has -one"of the best ''
Educational Television been completed.

M1': Chevy goes heavy I New Titan 90. compartments on the road. ? grams In ,the state for instructional pro Acting chairman Bill Lens-

Anybody can add a new truck to a lineup.. With a wraparound instrument panel that purposes. sen presided during the meet.
'. Leave it to Chevy to add a truck and a half. puts everything just a glance or fingertip Flagler schools are .75 per scheduled ing. The next meeting November
cent Integrated, yet HEW has Monday,
t' 'Titan 90. away. 10 at 8 p. m. at the court ...
withdrawn all federal funds
,w No other Chevy tilt is so long OH muscle. Conventional. Vans. Recreational vehicles. for the fiscal year. house.

.A So right for turnpike stretches.With 9 diesels Whatever you're thinking your Chevrolet Flagler students rate above

-r available. And one_ of the biggest? sleeping dealer's got it..And it's,a Mover. 4(: Average in state wide achieve'' SAUNDERS. LAPRADD ., k I

.. '. ment tests taken each year. AND GRESHAM
i 4 R.
t. r Craig closed his talk by VISIT FLtAGLER
-;---' pointing out. some of .the Senator Bob Saunders,

',' problems : Gainesville; Dr. Charlie La-
J.t The.Bunnell School is very Pradd, President of St. Johns
overcrowded with over 800 Junior : '
College and Marvin
-. r' students jammed into a Gresham; President of Gainesville .
\ {: & ,building designed for a max Area Chamber of Com

: : imum of 640 children. The sit- merce were visitors In Flag
uatibn is tense because they lee County Monday in behalf

a bump into each other in the of the constitutional amend. .
a'g, :> halls, wait in lines for rest ment which would provide '.

,. rooms, water fountains and continued financing for the
to get to lockers which several Institutions of higher learn.
students have to share.,
The main building was Ing.The before
group appeared
built ,in 1924'and is not now the Board of County Commissioners -,
safe to house so many child afternoon
Monday and
ren. Several classrooms are explained the proposed const-
If housed In the 'basement where tutional amendment. The I

there are butane gas lines. Board passed a resolution callIng .

The boiler is ancient and not for the voters to support' .
safe. It blew up last year "
the proposal In the- special
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when students were not 'In
yyySs election to be held in Novem
': school. The electrical wiringIs

r antiquated. Explosive ber.Senator Saunders said that 'r

cleaning supplies have to -be It would not be an added cost

stored, the basement. k to the taxpayers. It Is simply
The last bond issue was putting into the constitutiona

passed in 1953. There have provision for financing the

been no direct taxes for'sup colleges, as they have been financed
porting the building program in past years.
since the 1924 main building.

All bond issues since, that questions was: Has Flagler
(time have been paid out of County considered finding a
I ... ;&. 1-s.' state funds. site half way between Bunnell
: '. Craig opened the meetingto and, Flagler Beach on which

<: 'questions after he had finIshed they could erect a new school
his remarks. One of the campus? :

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Announcing' i
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\ f: Chevy goes lively New '70 pickup Chevy goes anywhere 1 New Blazer. ;' FLAGLER BEACH I

The first thing, a Chevy pickup has to Call it Chevrolet's convertible-station-: ., ,

.. move is you. And we,never forget it; wagon-car-truck. Or Blazer for short: .r WATCH FOR OPENING ].
y It shows in the way our '70s look. It's the runabout with the largest V&'s, .

In their smooth ride. ," ,
And all the different ways Order it with removable : '
they come: Fleetside, Stepside ., hardtop. ; : .
,; ;;' Longhorn camper. rutting. u tint k.... w.fin*. drive for telling trails to get lost. .
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