The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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....a School Legislation

DrainageApproved .: ..: '

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F.#)Q .. Robert Burns of Marco Is WithdrawnSCHOOL
f: Polo Park, appeared before the

; BOARD School SuperintendentJames
: quest the cleaning and en'r -
/ O. Craig stated earlier
:: '" larglng of a canal that drains HEARS
this week that after pollinga
J.; the Marco Polo It runs,
-1'' area. '.
ARCHITECTThe majority of the School Boardhe
\ north to the Wadsworth ca-
had advised the legislative
nal. Flagler School Board
Wednesday ., delegation to withhold In-
held meeting
a special
'P Burns explained that recent
of act of
I s (May 28th) to hear a a special
drainage canals had emptiedmore
report: from Daytona Beach the legislature authorizing
water into the Marco
Architect Ed Snead on the the School Board to borrowup
Polo area' : without adequate .
be used to
of classrooms to $250,000 to
proposed moving
means of relief The Board *,t" ij(
from Carver School f to move classrooms from Carverto
approved sending the drag-
Bunnell School Bunnell High campus.
line to clean out the canal.
Snead reported that the The School Board had decided -

Burns stated that construc- Jordan, outgoing president of Bunnell Lions Club, classrooms were so constructed by a vote of 4.0 at their

tion would ,begin next weekas right, presents the gavel to the club's new president, Howard. .that they could be movedas April meeting to consolidateall
concrete is poured in the Installation at the planned by the School schools on one central
Lerch, at the annual banquet Dolphin Res-
area to be the fishing village.It .
Board and it would be a considerable campus because of HEW requirements
taurant in Marineland Friday night.
will be followed with con-
savings over new of total Integra-
struction of the mount' with Joe Gllarde. Orlando, Lions District Governor, installed construction. .
tion and because loss of state
.the Japanese Pagoda. Present Lerch, president; John Capo, first vice president:and secretary; Snead stated that satisfac funds would make a consolidated -

plans call for the first phase Anthony Kahlert, second vice president;'' Martin McDaniel, third tory bond could be obtained school operation much

of the Marco Polo Park to vice president; John A. Clegg, treasurer; M"; B. Fuller Lion Tamer which would guarantee that more economical.

open In April 1970. and A. W. Tucker, tailtwister, Robert Cook was installed as the buildings be reassembledin Three public meetings ,had

Upon motion of Commissioner a director.' P. A. Edmonson, Dale Brown and Grady Prather will the same condition as be been held at Carver, Flagler

'Alfred Tucker, secondedby be Installed later as directors. j. fore'' moving. Beach and Bunnell in which

Commissioner C. H. Cow- Other Lion dignitaries attending were Bert.Reames, Daytona The architect presentedsome considerable opposition was

art, the Board will call for Beach, past district governor; Bob Peck;.Ocoee.\4Istrlct' governor ideas for "dressing up',' ''expressed to the closing of
bids for paving the parkinglot the buildings after moving
so Beach and Carver
elect; Earl Caldwell, 'South Daytona, district d '
puty governor
in back of the court house i that they could be'attractive schools and further intergra-
elect; and Rex Vanderhoof Daytona Beach, zone chairman:
and a small area on Bay inappearance' with the new tion of Bunnell High School.
About forty Lions and guests attended. '
Street. t setting
An official court reporter
Commissioner George Wick- He said it would not be took a transcript of the pub-

line, ,Flagler Beach, presided RONALD ANDERSON REV. O. TAYLORTRANSFERRED practical to move the cafeteria lic hearing at Bunnell and

' over the meeting in the absence PASSED AWAYWEDNESDAY The cafeteria had not submitted it to the legislative -
of Chairman Otis Hunt\ been a, part of the structuresthe delegation since schedule

er. Ronald Dee Anderson, 22, TO EAU GALLIE Craig board J.planned Gehiert jtp move. would not.permit them to be
I A representative from Map- 115 N. 7th St.. Flagler Beach, The Reverend Oliver Taylor, Beach architect who.had done present.
'co of Daytona Beach met with Wednesday May A petition-of some 574 "par-
I passed away pastor of First United Meth. previous work' : "
{ the Board 'to discuss the 28 at North'' Florida : Aforthfhool e nts" signatures was submit-
pOSe ,a ;hpspital ;odist Church of Bunnell since; Board, had last
,Tsibility of.a lease 'the.Bun- .. is "son of. Mrs:: J D ted to the legislative delegation
...'Jo* .J | .at -He the ; 1966/Jias & &assigne.d. to...mohtli .that. ..tfceu :buUdJiteS: i.- n. andthew.legislatorsdecidp
,nell AIrport. The,, Board announced 'iPerrittf Flagler Beach. the Emanuel "United MetticJ-:* could bemoved :at''' aboutone' -
that they had tentatively He was born in Fort Worth, dist Church of 'Eau Gallic. third the cost of edto enter the special bill
new con-
; entered, into"ab, agree- Texas and was a member of The ReV. and Mrs.'Taylor and construction. Snead with'a referendum required.
1 was
ment with another' concern the Second Advent: Christian children, Cliff, Karen and quested' make re- Superlntedent Craig said
an additionalstudy
but the final contract had Church. Kenny plan to leave June 12 after that this. process was so In-
a school' board
not been approved.The He is survived by his mother for the new;.assignment. member volved that might requiretwo
questioned the reliability
road superintendent- Mrs. Perritt; a sIster Miss The Rev. ,Earle A. Wilder of the earlier elections and even if it

was instructed to open up the Victoria Perritt, Flagler will transfer from'' the' United The School Board report.met In 'passed both elections, and
right of way to Lake Diston Beach; a brother Jimmy AnMethodist Church of Port St., special sessionWednesday 'the loan could be obtainedand

\ so that the public would .have derson, Daytona ,Beach. Lucie to assume the pastorate evening to discuss alterna- satisfactory bids could be
i access to the lake. Graveside services were of the Bunnell church. Rev. tives for received it would take a good

Mrs. Elfle Goodwin Flagler Sunday afternoon at Espanola and Mrs. Wilder and children HEW Integration compliance guidelinesand with part of the school term to get

Beach City. Commissioner, Cemetery with the Rev. will reside in the parsonage a number of dther the project completed.
,asked the Board if the City'of Max Hall officiating. Magnolia Ave., Bunnell. items. specIal Craig said this would so
Flagler Beach could have the disrupt the entire school pro-

use of a truck to haul off debris gram that he felt it best to

from the streets of Flag- CONGRATULATIONS TO recommend that the legisla-
.- ler Beach. Mrs. Goodwin explained : tion be,withdrawn.
that she had been HEW held a 'hearing on

put in charge of the Flagler 4t BUNNELL HIGH non-compliance of integration -
Beach cleanup campaign.The PL in Flagler Schools for
request was approved. SCHOOL Z Y., 1967.68 and notified the Board
the case would be turned over
COMMENCEMENTDiplomas to the Justice Department. It

WILFRED HUNTER was appealed but lost.
.S will be presentedto In October 1968 the Board
RESIGNS AS 45 graduating ,seniors at' instructed the superintendentto
the Bunnell High School Com-
notify HEW that complete
DEPUTY SHERIFF mencement exercises Friday
would be accom-
Flagler County Deputy Y ,&._ t,4 night, June 6 at 8:00: in the plished by the 1969.70 school

:;.' Sheriff Wilfred E. Hunter re- high school gymnasium. term.

,'1\\ signed his post Friday morning Honor graduates Gary Linn The Board has made application -

; Y" according to Sheriff P. A. Buckles and Mona Theresa to continue to receive

.it.+*-. ,Edmonson. The resignation Rawlins\ are valedictorian and about $50,000 federal fundson
: effective Immediately. salutatorian.State the basis
r..r'J! ';;'A was of complying
.:.?:-#, Sheriff Edmonson said "De- of Florida Supreme with HEW guidelines.
LY. "W,: puty Hunter turned his car Court Justice Joseph A. Boyd, S When asked what the

and keys in and gave no reason Miami, will deliver the commencement a schools would do relative to
for resigning.". Hunter s address. S shortage of funds and HEW

has been employed as deputy The Rev. Oliver Taylor of directives, Craig said, "I just
sheriff for four years. First United Methodist Church dont' know. I have done; the
Edmonson said he had not of Bunnell will give the invo best I know how tVllnlrlnrr." nf

hired a replacement but cation and benediction, s ..:a the children first and politics;

The new officer will be requlr- graduating "We simply do not have
:\ have 200 law class are: -s-:t+ ti the
ed to a hour enforcement money", Craig added, "to
% George Elliot Allen III
certificate Edmon Lula Mae Jones operate three school
J as' we
Katherine. Louise Bourne Harold Broward King
said. have this It
son year. will be
The Flagler County Sheriff's John Walter .Cody .' HONOR STUDENTS John Dyke McDaniel to the board and legislative up
Janet Marie Cook ;
u James Mason McNab
office three de delegation to
come up witha
John Richard Cook > u ,w Linn Cell Genece Minshew
Gary Buckles solution to
puties. : our financial and
Evelyn Cooper -t- t Warren James Moore III integration probelms." .
Cecelia Rose :EberhardngerElnora ( Mona Theresa Rawlins. Matthew Clark Neal
Emanuel ,' ] ;:***
PELLICER CREEK ; ? James Arnold Robertson
David Farmer, Jr. Carol >LyndaTownsendf.: : *".-. Michael Earl Robinson TIDE TABLE
CEMETERY WORK Lillie Mae'Hall '''. For June 5-11
f '! Jt t Colleen Ramona Tucke'r'' Alfred Calvin Shellman HIGH
<. '".* Louella Jean. Harbertft .u: Cynthia Lee Smith. \
r--.;.;,,.:..:;i)'" DAT SAT- JUNE. '. Cynthia JoarT Harper.: jj iA ;=,_ ,;:Robert, ,Ramsey Creal John Martin. Taylor Day. A.1\I. P.M. A.M. P.M.

:;. ,,:*,fc- Saturday June 7''is;;the date. ,William Wayne.Harris ft., : j Barbara Ann Thomas '1 ,' :5' 'x,1201-,12:30, 612 6:30
Brenda Townsend
.. Joyce
set for the semi-annual, Work Charles.Euge e Herr ": :qty i I Nettle Mae Thomas -6' .12:5.1:36: 7:18 7:36

Day at Pelllcer Creek? Ceme Wylene Home t : t' s Clifford Alan..TaYl r f' J Rachel Lee Thomas ..- 't',I ",1:54: : ,,2:36 8:12 8:42:
tery. Saul Irvin; :'Jrij Pt*>' = : Frank Edward Waugh 8 2:54: 3:36 9:12 9:48

Those planning to attendare .Tommy'Lee:Jefferson Mary Anne Stefllk<:,,.), ';"( .. Warren Hayward Williams 9' 3:54 4:30 10:00: 10.42
asked to bring a basket David Aulden Johnson Frankie Lee Wilson 10' 4:48 5:24 10:48: 11:36ii
lunch to be served at noon. Larry James Johnson : 5:42: 6:12 11:36: '1:59



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THU s..; JUNE; 1969
( QTrlbunr 2-THE FLAGLZn .
QHj* 3Jflaghr Entered TIUBUNE --
as .econd class matter -
INCQfl P 0'n kTffiD February 6. 1913. at the post- -
UUN111RLL, FLORIDA office at Bunnell Florida under
Act of :March: 3. 1876. { Lean Western "FIRST' CUT"o.aw :
Editor and Fut>1l.l>.r 10e Pr C." (
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BKTTHJ' S. JloDAHIELNew. Oae Tear Chops
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De.lp.ted *.paper for all .tald. KI..I.r C.uat7S4AO
Legal Ad.er/Llas Per Year _



Do you know where there Is a house, for rent In Flagler

County? U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
During the past six months we have had people continuously -
ask us this question. We get on the telephone and call ROAST 63
wherever we think there Is a possibility of finding a suitable .

rental unit. .
Last summer Marco Polo Inc. had difficulty finding ade-
quate housing. The Forestry District employees have been hunt- U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Ing for houses for the past six months. The people who are reopening -
the dairy have been desperately hunting, houses for Ib. 73
their employees during the past few weeks. STEAK

We talk about wanting Industry to revive our economy. ,
But we cannot house the employees of even a small Industry.We .
cannot take care of the regular summer visitors who wantto Frosty Acres "SMOKED SHOULDER" 1' wcW SLICED FREE
enjoy a vacation at Flagler Beach.

The answer to build some more rental units it is not as <
simple as it sounds. Finance for multiple unit structures could PICNICS Ib. 43 ?
not ibe financed by our local bank., Outside interest rates are
eight to ten percent depending upon surety.
Construction costs have climbed about 7% percent during
the ,past year and are expected to continue to rise.

This brings builders to the conclusion that rental rates Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB Frosty Morn "PURE PORK"
would have to be so high to meet these costs that they probably
would not be able to fit the 'budgets of prospective renters., SMOKED BACON In SMOKED SAUSAGE |i

It is true that rental units are still being built in Daytona lb.
Beach and other growing centers. But it is, also true that they FREE Ib. : 63e 73e
have a broader range of prospective renters and can demand' SLICED .
up to 50 percent higher rents than comparable units would --
bring in Flagler. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2V&-2V& lb. Avg.;

We hear from various sources that there Is some low-rate
federal money available for non-profit housing under these cir
cumstances. It needs to be investigated. lb. 33

Before It Is too late to accommodate any new growth some
interested citizens should get together to see if something can
be arranged on rental housing in Flagler County.


Some four hundred people probably will brave the ,hot
weather and uncomfortable seating to attend graduation
Bush's No. 300 Can
exercises this Friday evening at Flagler Gymnasium.The .

gymnasium is fine for sports eyents ,but it does not; BLACKEYE PEAS E": lOc: BETTER, MAID (Plain or, S., R.) ,,
well auditorium. Acoustics Air conditioning ,
serve very ; as an are poor. **- r
Is not practical. Seating Is uncomfortable and, incon Bush's No. 300 Can FLOURS
venient for passive audiences.The Ea.
school does not have an auditorium and the municipalhalls PINTO BEANS :fOe & 39e
and court house auditorium do not have the capacity or
facilities needed for a public auditorium. Del Monte 6Va oz. Can
I Limit 1 with$5.OO(
or more food orderPillsbury's
We do not know what an adequate auditorium would costor CHUNK 'TUftA 3 For 8ge
just how it would be financed. We are not even sure the public -
would support a project: But we continually see the need
Kraft 18 oz. Bottle
for a new auditorium. (Sweet or Buttermilk)
Such a building' in the, vicinity of Bunnell High School not SAUCE: 39'e;

only could provide the school with a much needed facility for i' .. '.
assembly of students and parents but ,would have the avail 16 oz. ((6-Pac Carton) Plus Deposit" BISCUITS
ability of school parking facilities. .
We would like to see a local community organization. under. 39C 8 Oz. Can
take a study of such a project. 10

John A. Clegg '''FOLGER'S I II

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: home-site or a permanent .- I
Dear Sir: home. INSTANT COFFEE
I read your editorials and This writer has no animos BORDEN'SICE I
usually agree with your pointof ity against mobile homes or 6 Oz .
view. Last week your trailers are those who live in Jar'? 69C MILK
"Letter to Editor" was complimentary them. They fit a wonderful :
of facilities available purpose, they can move themin
in and adjacent to >lag.. today and move them out Limit 1 iith 5.00 or more food'or er HALF
ler Beach for trailers. Flagler tomorrow. However no one **
Beach certainly has already can deny the fact that a trailer GALLON 39-
created ample areas provid- or two on each side of or FRESH PRODUCE (Ass't. Flavors)
ing accommodations for either side of an attractivewell
campers trailers and mobile kept permanent home Golden
homes. Two large trailer deteriorates the value of that RipeBANANAS
court areas were provided in home.I lb. lOe:
zoning for them years ago. understand a move is being 17ZE
One in the heart of town between made to now get zoning Crisp HEADLETTUCE
: Fourth and Sixth Sts. for trailers extended Into a
I. West of Daytona Avenue and well developed permanent { Ea. :lge GIANT
'. another rather close in West home area. These home own
of Central and between 16th ers and property owners In Fresh TenderGREEN SIZE 49-
r'l. .. and 19th Streets. Another this area are at the mercy of ....
\. large one Is located Just north the City Commissioners some BEANS lb. :lge Limit 1 with $5:00:
t of the city limits line and of whom have already voicedan or more food order
r. '. ample. facilities are also available opinion of willingness to ----- .
V at Washington Oaks destroy the values of these established -
Park for trailers and camp home owners.
ers. Also within the south Trailers, campers and such
": city limit lines adjacent to are splendid for travelers
the Golf Course and on the transients or even for sea
,ocean front between AlA sonal or annual stays., but
:' and the ocean is the expand they are zoned for such areas
ie.''.,'. ed area of Flagler Beach in town and community that I :
: : Trailer and Camper Facili commissioners I know about :and should,our city ni Il

lz.t.: In past years Flagler BeachDri consideration, to our permma.
;: '' ordinance nent citizen home
had a' good regard- owning
Ing trailers and mobile homes and future home builder and
' : ,' and the Commissioners lived not destroy our chances of .e.
j' up to it by providing protection having a decent home-owner OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
to permanent: taxpaying community and a city to be 8:00 a.m.-l:00 p.m. ,
J':. "' home builders,and they could proud of. Quantity Rights,:Reserved: Pric; .. Good U'S' N. I BUNNELL
' 1: \ invest with confidence In, ak' Alex Rigby June 5, 6, '7, 'S and 9, 1969 Ii v,.

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3-THE: FLAGLEH, THURS.. JUNE.,. 1869 of the young people who tour FLAGLER' COUNTY
must meet', rigid standards In
attendance at choir, Sunday CHURCH DIRECTORY

Get ready gal*. Here come ( chool. Training Union and
the Thirties-thirty year laterIn \ rwcauiTLi the worship services of the

everythbiqfrom beret to' church. Each choir member Is CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe

bathing suits to babyblunttoeshoes. required to know his tour
Happily the revival Is, : l music well enough, sing It Rev., Father Anthony
IiiiiJ 1 lqEW't .
broad Leon. ,Pastor
enough wK f can pick \ In of four.
a group
and choose what's becoming .... .
I =:;;'; ..14, I. r"t.. .,,1..1' The Chapel Choir is under
to and look Si. Church Korona
us still In style. MBlUHHBBBBBBflBBRHnjnBHiKKT of Mabry' Holt Marys
The Thirties trend to side-but to the Scriptures by Mary the direction Minister of Sunday Mass..._....... 7:30: a. m.
SermonMethodist served as
toning that Braeton Jrs. has.' Weekly Baker Eddy ts : "This who has End Baptist Weekday Masses: Monday,
a awaking West
adapted In this suit charmer i.. scientific sense(. being, for- Music five Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a. :
Church for the past years.
for Spirit, by Church .
one way of looking "a lamode" matter m.Blessed
for the tour
Bunnell First United The accompanist
without suggests man'sabsorption
converting to af means
no who
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastol'COIYS into Deity and the choir is Miss Sacrament Chapel
f: at the church anda
Is pianist
loss of his identity, but con Uni Flagler Beach
FAMILYThe fers upon man enlarged In. graduate of Samford Sunday Mass ......._...9:00: a. m.

church is of God, and dividuality, a'-Orider sphere of versity. Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
I, and action, a more Thursday and Saturday at
thought .
-Him belongto
,. we who profess REV BRITTON HONORED
A8L t His family. The family expansive love, a higher and 9:00: a. imCatechism
name should always be heldin more permanent peace. Reverend M. B. Britton, pastor Classes. 3:00: p. m. .

esteem. Just pride prevails All are welcome. of St. James Baptist. Tuesday.St. .
Y. x. f.yNcf in the family where honestyand Church of. Bunnell, was honored -
devotion are family RECEPTION TO at a surprise party at the Stephens Bunnell

> traits. HONOR PASTOR AT Gethsemane Baptist Church in Sunday Mass.M..10:3O a. m.
Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
If a man is born into the BUNNELL METHODISTThe : Hastings, Florida Saturday Tuesday.

earthly family by the nameof Rev. and Mrs. Oliver evening Confessions before all masses.
Smith he will be a Smith Taylor will be honored at a A special program was held Weekday Devotion r Novenato

all of his life. However, a reception Sunday, June 8 at by the St. Johns River Baptist Our Lady Wednesday and
Association In honor of Reverend
man may have a spiritual 12 noon following the mornIng tributes Saturday after Mass. .
family In 'God through Jesus worship service at the Britton' In which

Christ. Paul spoke to the peo- church. The Rev. Taylor and' were paid by the various Community Memorial

ple of Athens about being a his family will be leaving for pastors and several musical Church

part of God's family, and Eau Gallic June 12 where he selections were rendered. The Daytona Ave Flagler Beach

ful1edqd"Bonnie Parker or stated that Christians belong. has been transferred for the theme of the tribute was Reverend R. W. Dicker, Pastor
"Hail. All Hall. To You For
Marlene.Dietrich! Tailored' In ed to an eternal family.We next conference year. Leadership". Sunday School ..._.__._..__9:45
a COIN bonded pastel plaid all know we have a relationship All members and friendsof Such Fruitful contributions Worship Service ______..11:00
it captures the long,lean line of to the earth, but the Bunnell First United Many gifts presented to Reverend Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
theThlrties without its characteristic we should ask ourselves about Methodist Church are Invited. were each month at 2 p. m.
and Mrs. Britton at the
slouch. Proof positive that our relationship with God. Do
close of the meeting after
'fashion does serve to Improve we live in God's spirit? CHAPEL CHOIRTO which was enjoyed In First, Baptist Church

on itself 1 Know what else has in him we live and move and PERFORM, AT the basement repast of the church. Be.,.. Charles: Anders Pastor
shown Improvement? Fabric have our being; as even some CHURCH r Moody Boulevard- Bunnell

techniques. One reason that of your poets have said For BUNNELL BAPTIST DBJC TERM BREGISTRATION Sunday School..__...9:45 a. m.
gal of the Thirties looked so we are Indeed his offspring." The 36-voice" touring choir Worship Servlce..llOO a. 'm. \

altogether shapeless was the Acts 17:28.SUNDAY: from West End Baptist JUNE 23 Evening, Worship._6:30 p. m.

absence of today's bonding; Church Birmingham, Alabama Registration is June 23 for Adult Choir Rehearsal._...7:30
leaves June 6 a 8- B of DBJCs summer
-methods. Bonding Is Joiningtwo SERVICEAT on Term Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
fabrics together as one for day tour covering three states, credit session. Classes are Monday
dimensional stability, fine fit which Includes performances scheduled to begin June 25.: YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd
and lasting; shape. Coin International CHURCHES JUNE 8 i In Atlanta Jekyll Island, A record enrollment Is expected Monday

,the leader to the field. "Behold, I create a new Brunswick, and Macon Georgia in Term B which last Prayer Meeting: 7:30 m."
maintains strict quality control heavens and a new earth: : Bunnell Ormond Beach, year enrolled more than 750 Wednesday p.

standards to Insure that the and the former shall not be and Orlando, Florida; and students in credit classes. Junior Choir 3:30
: : m.
bonded: fabric never puckersor remembered, nor come Into Birmingham, Alabama.The Term A at DBJC enrolled Thursday p.
pulls apart.The COIN hangtag mind." Chapel Choir will singat more than 950 students to exceed ----I.

guarantees that the fabrics This verse from Isaiah Is the Bunnell Baptist Church last year's registrationof First United Methodist
', will stay.together. Your dry part of Sunday's Christian Monday, June 9 at 8 p. m. three per cent.
cleaner will too. Hell tell you Scvience Bible Lesson-Sermon The public is.invited. Copies of the DBJC summer Lambert Avenue Bunnell
er COIN' bonded fabric Is the onu "God the Only Cause and The Chapel Choir has taken brochure are available free Rev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor

"no problem" fabric-the perfect Creator." annual tours throughout the through the admissions office 'Sunday SChool..9:45 a. m.

way to get the Thirties Into A correlative passage from southeastern part of the Unit. and community relations Worship Service..._.11:00 a. m.

shape for'S81 Science and Health withKey ed ,States fOr.many years. All office on the DBJC campus. Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45:.
_' --, ,_. __ p. m. Wednesday
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A ; I vl,. ,Children Choir Rehearsal:

J 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3
,_ .., ". ,' 3p.m. ,
MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
,;!'I"I 6:30: p.. m.

.",..\" '. ,. $101 less than last I WSCS: 1st 9 a.Wednesday m. at

,tftr ,, Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday
; .
",; ';,::. ,..,1.1'.yearS 1. at 8 p. m.
Methodist Men 3rd Wednesday >
;? at 7:15 p. m.

j with Flagler Beach United

.i Impala ::2' Methodist ChurchDR.

f Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
; ..,, ,r,
: :Vf.: ;
.1 Church SChool..9:00
a. m.
: .,, '
'. I
I' r comparableequipment. ';f.l. w Morning Worshlp..J.OOO: a. m.

'. ,'" .\. <.:..->. ., Bunnell Off Franz St.
Reverend T. D. Peacock Pastor
J / : ; ..i'l''' "sJ Sunday School..10:00: a. m.

; Service..._.11:00
., a. m.
'{'t. ....' ',
4 '
'... Prayer Meet._Wed. 7:30 p. m.
: ,' Worship Serv..sun. 7:30
..: p. m.
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,,o,. '." .. .:J..MI. !:"',"., '.. ', r ( .; St. Thomas
.., ""'",,'-\i.!\ 1 ,'. I ,,,, t. .( It"'. EpiscopalThe
"" Rev Thomas
l': 'I"'. ,1 :' .' :;? Priest In charge
.. :; f' ,.'. .-" :f.( ': ....". 3 miles east of Bunnell on

.:. ., ,' ':v 4Vi -.J J.J'T: : "1": Highway 100

.....:".' .'. P. \' \ ";0"11; ;,. (.; t''*" ,t ","" I.. Morning Worshlp..JO:00: a. m.

....l r 'aab.s Q. :''t. ,..., ,' .'H..(.... ; l,'j, '" t:;" ( :''P\P..\. Church SChool.1000: a. m.

..: ,', Holy Communion, first Sundayof
: : ;>: ..; .,:.::: : each month

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.... :.\..\.:' ... 1.i \' ...!ftt'n' ,. ,',I .t\' \\t{ hj ;. 'J'I. First Baptist ChurchN.
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; "if r ';' ptt( ": Central Ave.. Flagler Beach
: -: .
& :( : ....._. 'f.,:.:,: : :::.' IT 'v'jft Rev. Max HalL Pastor
.' "' \' >'. Sunday School.__._.9:45 a. .m.
\ ,.:'' ': '. Im"pala Custom Coupe ;:rf Worship Service..11:00 ''a. m.
; .r'L,:.,..... :';! Prayer Meeting Wednesday
." .. -' :...:\. hJ.ij/ :" .t.' 7 p. m.Community. .
'.: \ Match that anybody. r ,. .. Hymn Sing first
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t' ,",., : Sunday of each month ,7 p. in.
We give yoo an honest increase in .car at an priced $101* less than in 1968. '.. ., J,
honest decrease in price. ,The 300-hp V8 is priced $40 less than last
Take the '69 Impala above. We improved the ;year's 275-hp. Turbo Hydra-rnatic coats less. .11.' a ,.. ATTEND THE
2 i6.".. ride. Made it quieter inside. Added an anti-theft Power disc 'brakes about half as much. White-
'I. t locking device. Put steel guard rails in the doors. walls a little Jess. Wheel covers about the same.. : CHURCH OF YOUR

'I.;\ .Still this Impala with a 300-hp V8, TurboAnd head restraints are now standard. '. .
: r I Hydra-ma,advanced-design power disc brakes,, Upping 'value and dropping price. That's the \ ', CHOICE ON SUNDAY

head restraints, whitewalls and wheel covers is way Chevrolet operates. :.
1 f' I ."', "j,

..i' .. Putting you first, keeps us first. ." ',. ..., RENEW YOUR
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Pacesetter .B.. rl on manufacturer.t.d retail pricM, ladudJac fi .rd'"- :', ,I' ors imnt VIUMM
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TOOTS- JUNE s. 1969



The, M. ''B. McDaniel home,
511 Pine St., Bunnell, was the
setting Saturday morning fora

stork shower honoring Mrs. l k ,
Clifford McGriff.: Mrs. Louis

Steflik was cohostess.

Clusters of blue hydrangea .
arranged with pink carnations -
yellow and white mums
and fern were placed at van
tage points in the home. Majestic
daisies arranged in baby
scales accented the refreshment
table covered witha
white linen cloth overlaid
with blue net. Miss Cheryl
McGriff assisted the hostessesin

serving the guests.

a ...
Gifts were arranged on
jfnoto oyj.neo v. item.
table sprinkled with pastel RECITAL
confetti and centered with a STUDENTS PRESENT

2 r R stork arrangement.About Students in the studio of Mrs. Sammie Friedman presented
afternoon-' at the Bun-
twenty attended. Out their annual Spring Piano Recital Sunday
of town guests were Mrs. Jim nell First United Methodist Church. Students participating were,

Dunwoody Mrs. James New- 1 to r, front row Anita Moore Carol June Smith, Kim Knight,
some Mrs. Billy Knight, all Debbie Sue Herr Joni Knight, Edee Cowart and Carol Creal.

of Gainesville; and Mrs. W. E. Back row, 1 to r, Catherine Harris, Chip Brooks, Jan :Perryman,
Criswell Palatka.ON and Paula Kiwala.
Elizabeth' Allen Nancy Creal
Mr .and Mrs. Everett Decker
and children left today for
two weeks vacation at Wash-

ingon> D. C., Indiana and r

Weekend houseguests at the

'I YUKI THAT GREASY KID STUFF!! home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Wells at Flagler Beach were
Walter Kroskawski of Daytona Beach Is outnumbered twenty their son and daughter in

to one in his cosmetology class at Daytona Beach Junior law Mr. and Mrs. Henry
College and he doesn't mind a bit. Wells and daughter Dana of
That's Bunnell's Barbara Pache readying a shampoo. Both Seminole Florida and Mrs.

t are at the half way mark in their one year training 'program Helen Folllf of. St. Petersburg.

4 I which will prepare them- for the state, licensing exam in cos.' SHOWER .ff


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COMPLIMENTS. Carolyn Sue Chomey. to By Ted He In
June bride elect,' was complimented
MRS. CREWS Public Health Nurse Mrs. 'at a,bridal shower Booe Disabled American Veterans Chapter No. 86 had

.:Mrs. Joan Crews,, whose Margaret Taylor, Flagler Thursday given by Miss Heidi dedication of Chapter Colors Sunday, June: '1 in the' Flagler
marriage to',Herschel C. King. County Health Department, Eisenbach at the Florida Beach Municipal Recreation Hall. Commander Walter'Wilkins
Sr; will bean- event of June will outline the duties and Education Association' Scholarship presided at the dedication ceremonies. '; '
..20: .at the ,BunneH} Baptist experiences of a PHN at the House, 528 Palm Miss Fruits'
Kathy Bourne accompanied Fred Star
.. Church; was honored at a Flagler, Beach WSCS meeting Court Tallahassee, Miss Cho. .--*. .. -.. -, ...-- .,.sang.. .J.. -.. "
luncheon Saturday given by Thursday.'June" .12 at Bulow,. mey and MrliJesseHildreth .
Mrs. H. V. Peavy at her home. -' State "Plrk"* *Mrs.. William,fChinipky McKnight ylllt e.. .married; 7 Mrs. Walter W.q kind was)chalrnian i,of the:; luncheoh, ". served ,
305S. Forsythe Stf. Bunnell.,, chairman' and Mrs.. Saturday morning, ,June 7 at to ,,forty members and guests attending'the'affair..' I.1
Pink and white was the Harry'Treadwell are In chargeof eleven o'clock at St. Thomas ::1
color scheme used in the attractive program arrangements' More Catholic Church, FSU BEAUTY CONTEST, at Espanola visiting 'His parents !

., decorations throughout A pot luck picnic lunch will ;Campus, Tallahassee.A PLANS UNDERWAY Mr. and Mrs. A. G. ,Ii;
the home. An artistic be served "at''l 84'" m. to 'members summery, color! scheme of. ..Bradley.".
arrangement of carnations interspersed and guests: 3 yellow and whitewas. ,used in Plans for the annual Miss., Weekend" guests at the i
with greenery Mrs. Lester Stanton, and the bridal decorations and. re Flagler County Contest,sched Bradley home were Mr. and If
formed the centerpiece tor the Mrs. Roy :Maner are luncheon freshments. uled July 4 at Flagler Beach Mrs. Kenneth, ,Hoffman and :
I dining} table, overlaid with a chairmen. About twenty-flve of the sponsored by the' Flagler daughters Auburndale> Mr.
,_ white lace cloth. Mrs. S. H. honoree's college friends at. Woman's Club are 'Underway, and Mrs. Herbert Bradley and
Cameron assisted the hostess MRS. TUCKER tended. ; according to Chairman Mrs. children Oak Hill and Mr.

with the serving. Jasper White., and Mrs., Clyde, Henderson,
The hostess presented a CELEBRATES Earl Wilson of Reno, Nevada Mrs. White said the response ,Jacksonville., *. '
carnation corsage to the hone 81st BIRTHDAYMrs. was a weekend visitor at for'sponsors and contestants On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H.

oree. Lizzie Tucker, one of the home of Mr*;.and Mrs.' C. has been excellent. Contest. C. Cobb Espanola. and Mr. .
Twenty Invited guests attended Flagler County's longtime B. Elsenb ch. an'ts' are still needed and interested and Mrs. Eldon, Knight and

the lovely affair. Out residents celebrated her 81st persons are asked to daughters, Bunnell, Joined
of ,town guests Included the birthday Saturday at a partyat HOME FOR WEEKEND contact the chairman 'at 439- them for a family dinner.
honoree's mother, Mrs. An. 2153.
thony Marcenelll Orlando the Haw Creek Community Miss Heidi ''Elsenbach of The contest is open to all VACATIONING IN

Mrs. Stephen Fagan. Orlando Hall.A covered dish luncheonwas Florida State University spent Flagler ,County girls '16.20 MARYLANDMrs.
,' and Mrs. Vivian Mulllnlx.. the weekend in Bunnell with years of age.
Daytona Beach. served with traditional her parents, Mr"tand Mrs. C. Sadie Strickland Mrs...
birthday< refreshments after- B. Eisenbach. HOME FOR VISIT Margaret Clegg Mrs. Odell

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bertha ward. Heidi will receive her AB Raymond Bradley left Tues Clegg and Mrs. Edna Kendallare
Mrs. Tucker's seven sons
., and children spent the week. and five greatgrandchildrenwere degree at FSU Saturday, June day for his home at Hampton Md. vacationing at Annapolis,
end at Doe Run. Ga. visiting 7. She will be employed as Va. after spending They plan to return home
the forty family a week
among the weekend.
Ggt. and Mrs. John Barker '
Supervisor in
members attending, the cel
and children. the Office of Governor Claude !!!!!!!!
., ebration. were lr.TiffiiTii1iiTiffiiTiffiiTi r.Tilr.TiffiiTiffiiTi !ll!! !L. .
Kirk at Tallahassee. Ti iir.1ii1iiTi Ti ii1iiTii1iiTii1iiTi
I Nazhla Trad and Mrs. Luke t i1iiTi il Ti

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tucker -- r'nnouncmci
Former Bunnell High School and children of Cocoa were SHOP d it!
faculty members Ronnie and overnight guests Friday of
Nancy Kathy stopped over in his mother Mrs. Lizzie Tuck- Drop Your Laundry Off m--
Bunnell last week to visit ef. Bunnell. !'. We have a complete line = -
Coach and Mrs. Jack Hall. Before; Pick up Later or .. ,. Mi

The Kathys were enroute TENN., VISITORSMr. > ....,. '' ;.; ,
>; to Texas where they will be and Mrs. Fred Bowlingof 20 Ibs Washer 35c iti'i; c..ngravcd. '
i: teaching next school' term. I/VedJingj )!< '
: Nashville, Term are visitIng i it- 1 ,,\..".
at Flagler Beach with. ,I( .., $:' i
Weekend visitors at the ;J I -1 .
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Miss Minnie Duncan'and Mrs:: l4lbsWasher25cWe
j home of Mrs. James W. Brown -- -- -- --- I'' InvitationsAnnouncements
C. W. Duncan.
and Miss Shep Cochran were :' I ;'..- ; it;
Mr and Mrs. E. O. Stokes t '
David Brown of Miami spent Wash RugsAmy's t
Tampa Mrs. J. H. Fry and m
the holiday weekend in Bun. f
it t! .
Mr Dave Dancy of Palatka. nell visiting!! his parents Mr.. ;

ana* Mh!..'Dale Brown, Sr. ; : "
VISITS PARENTS : Lauidry,. r '
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b i'1'IdkAttorney I
Miss Gwen Brooks left Tues.. MONOCRAMMED
I.f.. <
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"tUSt: :] e& i
day to return to Blue Mountain -,* 'and Mrs. LelandB. u. ,1 Napkin.
College, Blue Mountain. .,Shaw,.LaKe; Diston. were InMteTjif J ra4 ...-...... Matches;Cake: Boxe., ,
'Bi n
Mlds. after spending. several n]I I | ?&I 1W: MQ: t6 attend l1 H\.J.] 'J .r ) iti Ce".... Phane.n"d,.Nuptial;. ag., etc. .
days In Bunnell visiting her the* Florida Bar Association 'enwf.v .- -. -
P. S. Don'trTtorget! ; to
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Webb Convention. '
.- bns .' I biT'vr ftkt nCJ itrtH j,-"ii .'' "f
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,h THE .
Brooks.Miss.,Brooks, a senior rif |-.Mreland.Mrs. Cecil Hazelleff .. ".4Wa' ,,. "Car!;j, *3 JThriftT r L;, 1'1' FJLAQLER TRIBUNE, !fI
:Jorfng In elementary education }had; as their weekend house. .Car)Wash III BUNNELL, FLORIDA : PHONE :
-' ,: will attend .summer guest Mrs. Rosie ,Williams of 437-3aS21i1
'- echool at the college. Ft. Pierce. ifrfflZffi! : ffiiTiffiiTitr.Ti
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R. BENTLEY Thieves removed 400 feet
of hurricane fence from :the
ty' ?Yc. Administrative Director north end of St. Marys Church
Cemetery at Korona a spokesman -
f F The hospital and nurses received said today. The theft occurred -' 71O-12 Lemon St. .'.i./;
a poem written by a sometime between Polatka, Florida
former patient, Lois Arm. Sunday and Wednesday.It Phone EA 5-9166
.. strong. The poem entitled was reported the culprit Furniture. Upholterlng
; "A Nurse" reads as follows:
Intended to take
apparently Repaired & Refinished
With just a smile they can the fence at the south end of Mattresses & Box Springs
bring the cemetery property also'as Mode to Order Also RenovatedCall
the wires holding the fence
laughter where no laughter Laura Morris 437.3233
were cut..
rings. A reward Is being offeredfor After 6:00 P. M.
Their feet walk many miles Information leading to the PRICES REASONABLE
each day, arrest and conviction of the BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
through winding halls theygo person -persons responsiblefor Just as near as your'''
their way. removing the fence. Phone or Post Office .
On endless chores and errands The cemetery Is maintain. Drop Us a Card or Call
The above photographs were used in a feature "Citizens of made, ed by St. Marys Church and Free Pick-up & Delivery
Tomorrow" published In the Flagler Tribune In 1949. We won. just for nurses and nurses' the Korona Civic Club.
dered how many of our readers could identify these youngstersof aids.

yesteryear. The answers are at the bottom of the page.VETERANS The pain Is very great, I HOUSE COMMITTEE -

to watch a life struggling so. COUNTIESThe PLAZATHEATRE
GRAVES DECORATED MEMORIAL DAY But Oh, so great the rewardto New
see House Committee on
a life when it's new, unbound Local Government gave unan-
I and free. imous approval to the Rep. AZALEA PLAZA
John Crider bill last Thursdayfor PALATKA
Nurses try to ease those in
consolidation of 42 coun-
but through all this, some ties.Crider THURS. FRI. SAT.
admitted that time
thing is gained.
would not permit the bill to uDRACUJ.AHAS
For in every nurses' heart. I become laW' during this ses-
know, sion of the Legislature but he RISEN
a warm and bright candle said it would bring it out in FROM THE GRAVE"PLUS
k glows. the open for serious consideration -
and be ready to present
We are to
very appreciative again early in the 1970 ses
Lois Armstrong for her timein sion. "THE FEARLESS

conveying to'our nursing The Crider bill would com- VAMPIRE'KILLERS"
staff her feelings toward the
bine Flagler, St. Johns Put-
nursing care at this facility. IN COLOR
nam and Clay into one coun
ty. Crider appeared to be sur- '
prised that the bill was approved
CLASSIFIED with very little oppo AUDREY HEPBURN
sition. The one small county
ADVERTISINGTROPIC representative on the com- "WAIT UNTIL '
mittee departed Just before
Ralph Harbert is.shown above as he places flags on all the the vote was .taken.READandUSEl. DARK"
graves of veterans burled in Flagler County. Mr. Harbert represented II" .II; PLUSWARREN

the Disabled Veterans. America in this public service. BEATTY) .
He has: ' ty for twenty years.
Let us help beautify Flagler ra"

,. .... County..Large-::vkriety of ever- ''THEWANT 1 ADS) ',,. AND.. .. .'
'* 'I
Outboards Motor" Service i ;palms', fledge 'plan t CLYDE"a'-
5% miles S 'ottf'Su'l1nelI':
U.. S. 1. Feb. 15-Uc IN COLOR, '
Johnson. EvmrudeJOHNNY'S

SEPTIC TANK cleaning;'drain
fields Installed a 'Rota-Roter
snail shell. Reasonable prices.
Call George Jarosz 437.3410

Auto Body' & Paint Shop 8-1-tf $25'000..
SINGER-1968 '''model, $47.63
cash or 6 payments at $9.00 a
Lawn Mowers month. Zigzag, fancy stitch,
Repaired darns.monograms, and makes
button holes' 'and sews on
Refrigerators Welding? Furniture buttons without rattachments.
Refinished Refinished Guarantee still good. For more REWARD
Information call: 734.0018, or
-, JOHNNY BOTTERBUSCHNorth write: Service=Sewing Center, <.<

Railroad Street Bunnell Florida P. O. Box 393. .DeLand, Florida -.
32720. \\f .May 15 TFC

Call Bob for lawn maintenance For information leading to the

-painting inside or outside

-small repair and odd and conviction of the
SPECIAL jobs. Call 4392502. May 22,2tc arrest per- .

: LOST-Bracelet-gift of sentimental -

;.' 2 in. x 4 in. White Fir lOc per Lineal foot. 3585. REWARD value.'Finder. 5 call 29, 437-2tc. son or persons who removed .approximately -

.i ...... 8 ft-1O ft.-12 ft.-16. ft. Lengths,
\\fJ! FOR SALE-Pure bred Siamese 400 feet of hurri- ,
.. ATLANTIC HARDWARE & cats and. kittensgen.tielovingtrained. .
Call 439-
2147. r. fence from the of
SUPPLY CO., Inc. ) cane property

"i FLAGLER BEACH FOR SALE-: New and used '
MOODY BLVD. Auto Stereo Tape Players. St. Mary's Cemetery in Korona.
PHONE, 439.2303 New 8.track'' tapes for all
makes and models. Knox Oil
Co. 437.3652 Bunnell.Ju. 5, 2tc Contact Lee DrazbaAT

Ladles used bathing suits, 25c '
; 8:00 up; ladles dresses, 35c up; 437-7158 OR CALL SHERIFF EDMONSON .' '
BINGO P.M. heavy baby stroller, $7; a few
a I* 28 and 36 doors left, $1.50 up.
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALT 1 _1'; Jerry's Furniture, Old Dixie
.. : Hwy, Ph. 437.3752. Ju 5. Itc .. '
,' -SPONSORED BY-' i it '
t -. FOR"SA !E: About: 3 squllr1'v : ; .
.:.'. Disabled American Veterans =;.j heavy asphalt shingles In 'r' "= '

original bundles. Also General 1.;,. ., .. ._.._ .... ,
TONIGHT ( ) f f4i '* '' '
;. Thursday Electric 3-speed. large Has- '
\ ;; sock Fan, like new reason- 82OnMpCgy J1 VI?.,_ INTRACOASTAL BRIDGEf. ,

: ....< FREE' REFRESHMENTS t I able. Call 439-2312Jilne 5, Itp ,,1 .:" FLAGLER BEACH .
4 ;;Jim Booe,Chapter N J. 86 qA ..; t '* : ,

"4 \ NO..MI iOI sALL4WEDtntZvh"" '1 f:- o. 'F''XiF: g- '"
: 01 :Jtegl.i nkf1JO: ,'t / ".r. '. ".;
'. : ANSwEretRI CTT S3: B fiH? pKfrtopf-t(oYr, Jerry "7:-:. EsfttVBroker Owned and "Operated by' Mr. and Mrs. y

\' Top photo 1o r; oy'"'Allen *M Ke- ann Thomas Dale:, Real i .-! 1'MI;,.s...., i L- ., > :A gt1.ftlathmarin'" ..".* .'' l, l
,Arnold, Sue EllenJIJd {'.nd ller Harris.a' *. ntf.rJurtv, l1nl".Juns.onI : ;4 1 2 BuDD.1t.' odd '-t t!1 .11 .. .. :>..J.. .i..'-I-.* >,-.I 1 ;..>u.'t' /If., "f"l ", -> .

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BARTER '''PROGRAM gram, with U. S. agricultural 6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JUNE 5. 1969
products substituting for dollar -

PAYMENTS"U. Under barter contracts, private I I ADDED TO FLAGLER I

business S. agricultural commodities cultural commodities abroad

are doing a lot to streng and either use the funds from By Russell Kay r---ii-i r. _
then our balance of payments the sales to purchase and .
through the Department of ship supplies to an overseas Commercial aviation got Its
Agriculture barter contracts installation, such as a military start In.:Florida when Tony
program," Chairman W. W. headquarters, or send the Janis established the nation's
Deen, Sr. of the Agricultural funds directly to the installation first commercial air line, operating -
Stabilization and Conservation which can use them to across Tampa Bay
County Committee said today. buy its own supplies or sere from St. Petersburg to Tampa.
Under authority of -the Commodity ices. "This use of our agricultural Since then this state has

Credit Corporation plenty is helpful to every played an Important part In
4 Charter Act, the Chairman producer of the crops utilized aviation advancement remaining -
said barter contracts valuedat in barter,. since it is a In the forefront In
$74.1 million were signed genuine market for him" the national and International \. .'
during the second quarter of Chairman pointed out. +travel.
fiscal 1969. Total for the
year We have built air terminals .
first half of this (fiscal year )
and maintenance bases designed
was $129.7 million. LAND CUTS FOR
to meet our needs for
"Almost every major agricultural 'r
FLAGLER BEACH many' years to come only to
commodity Is cur-
find them Inadequate before
rently available for export
Clyde Duensing Flagler they were finished.
under the barter contracts," Beach has applied to Corps of
the chairman commented, "in Engineers to dredge three en-, Through the rapid expan
sion of aviation we find our-
cluding cotton, oats and tobacco trance channels easterly from
C C C Stocks and private the Intracoastal Waterway to selves feverishly constructing
'stocks of wheat, corn, barley, Daytona Avenue in the area larger and more complex facilities .
grain sorghums, oats rice to to meet the coming
of Bay, Magnolia and Eliza "
bacco and cotton and both beth Streets Just north of explosion that will require
cottonseed and soybean oil. Venice Park In Flagler Beach. terminals capable of taking ---

And this" list is subject to The Corps of Engineers an- future.care of the giant jets of the Sheriff P. A. Edmonson Is shown observing the newly Installed

change. nounced that before a permitis teletype machine which is operated by Mrs. Faye Masseyat
The Chairman said that dollar The Is bringing
new Jet age
Issued they would give the the County Jail in Bunnell. The new equipment was installed
outflows 747 air
caused mainly by huge new Boeing
necessary purchases overseas public an opportunity to express transports. This sky giant about six weeks ago by Bell Telephone: Company. Similar equip

by Government agencies can to "navigation any comments fish and relative Wild- with a tall six stories high ment has been installed in all 67 counties in the state.

be offset by the barter pro- life, conservation, pollutionand will be flown eventually by The machines are owned by' Bell Telephone Company and

the general public Inter. all major airlines, but will be rented to Florida Bureau of Law Enforcement at Tallahassee.The .

3 Gallons Latex $5.75 est". The final date is June previewed In Florida on crew only expense to the county is the paper and a guaranteeto
training flights out of Miami'snew
Free Choice of TO C 1sr. 27, :1969. each This is supplementto
laterlor or EzterlorYEOMANS jetport, 50 miles west of operate the machine 16 hours day. a
Corkscrew the city. The new plane, the radio system which has an,operating, radius of about 75
Swamp, a 10.500
PAINT FACTORY -cre wildlife refuge in Coin- dwarfing all others now in miles. .

,1826 NOVA ROAD. County ,near Naples is the use, will seat 450 passengers Sheriff Edmonson said that they now have contact all over
0"...... Hea.h and will cost $22,000,000.
P...... 87'7'-R dJ 20 largest wood stork rookery in the United States in a matter of Just a few minutes. It has re-
North America. January. 1 of next year will duced telephone expense to the county and made law' enforce
see the start of direct air
ment much, effective. The switching center for all communications
I1IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII1IIIIIII1IIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH! IUIIIII1flH1II11U111liI Il ii Ii 111111!if If UUII passenger service between the
U. S. and British governments, is in Tallahassee.

r ON TIMECERTIFICATES Ill an American and British carrier The local office Is required to keep records on all incomingand

i JCl 501 the' route.will be provided' to :fly outgoing calls affecting Flagler County. Out of the volumeof

Several American lines have tape from the various operations the local, operation is re

applied to,the Civil Aeronaut. quired to clip all. messages pertaining to Flagler County and
VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3.000-90 DAYS ics Board 'for permission to file them.

COUNTY'RENEWABLE. AUTOMATICALLY provide the 'American serv- The teletype machine was Installed In the reception room at

.. ice. At a preliminary hearing the county jail. A, new booking and radio counter has been Installed
BANK. before CAB
Ph. 677-8217 175 W.-Craaada' American a examiner Pan which provides attractive and convenient service at the
Airways was recommended
Ormond, Beach.: Florida' for'the route becauseof Jail. ... ,
Its ',established i experience
f I.
Jon v!.r i. L
air travel.
laiiillllJPJWllllPllllllllllllllllllllflllliM! ; ';' ," II11IIIIII1II1IIIW11.1III U-.J111 intentional STATISTICS SHOW* have avoided most of these
If Pan American is finally 5> accidents." .
awarded this service, the new MORE ACCIDENTS .
transatlantic and Patrol records show that
crossing to
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS from ,needs no added OCCUR ON FRIDAYS the greatest frequency of accidents -
,occurred on Friday
107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 Amerl Florida would with the be Statistics released' today by afternoon between the hoursof

BUNNELL, FLORIDA similar service l by the British the Florida Highway Patrol 5. p. m. and 6 p. m. More
show that more accidents oc fatal accidents occurred on
Overseas ( )
Corporation BOAC
FREE cur on.,Fridays between 5 p.
ESTIMATES between Miami and London. Saturday night between 6 p.
BAR FIXTURES m. and 6 'po m. than any other m. and7p.m. '
-- BUILT-IN KITCHENS Since Pan American is the
time but the Patrol
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER only line involved with service says Kirkman concluded by say
STATIONS that time be safe
any can a
ing, "Drivers be
beyond London, the new can' compared
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS route in effect, would put time for the defensive driver. to students. Defensive

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Florida on"a direct line to 28 Colonel H. N. Kirkman, ,Director drivers are prepared for any

BATHROOM VANITIES BRF.AKFA5T: BARS other European cities, and of the Department' of emergency as the student
around the Iworld.Additionally Public Safety said "Our records should be prepared for an examination -'
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts the Florida- tell us the time 'and day If the student is

FINE HARDWOODSMost European service tie Into an when most accidents occur, not prepared he usually fails
within already north-south airline but our personal experienceand the test. If the driver is not
orders filled 15 working days. Now Servingall network with connections In observations tell us that prepared he too fails, but his,
areas In 75 mile rod. of Bunnell. Florida to 23 LatinAmericanpoints the defensive driver could failing could be fatal." -

CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928 thus ,creating a new-

EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED bridge between Latin-America
and Europe through Flor

I, second ida.Pan American largest employer is Florida's with Auto ,Stereo Tape Players.

nearly 6,000 employees and
an annual payroll of $52,000-
000, topped only by Bell Telephone 8 TRACK SOLID STATE

aE Company..It has the or-
r after you see
ganlzatlon4 and facilities
your doctor. readv to provide this new NOW AVAILABLE; AT

Both the new, larger aircraft
.' I bring your.prescription ahd modern Florida air term, KNOX OIL COMPANY'
to inals will receive congestionof .
north Atlantic terminals
and will add much to Flori- U. S. HWY. BUNNELL'

da's ideal geography and facilities ( "

.dp '"* wide travel.FLACLER for .expanding. world. ,See the :,:new '" I 969.BorgWarnerCartable

Professional Bldg. SUPPORTS 280011'PQRTABLE


number of Flagler Coun-

'f .- CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. ty citizens responded last BUILT ,IN LOCK .
week. to the story of the deaf
Funeral'Dbectol' boy from Daytona Beach who OTHER "MODELS ALSO AVAILABLEComplete ,
had been selected to attend t
i; JOHN CAPO. Manager' deaf olympics'' but was faced
\ with a shortage of funds. Selection of 8 Track

r! AIR. I OXYGEN Mrs. Nazla Trad spearheaded .. .

CONDITIONED I A'1TENDANT I EQUIPPED a local drive which ob

.' CHAPEL I, j AMBULANCES tained a number of contribu Tapes. .. $3.99 Up
tions. She said that she understood .

!. Phone ID 7.3532 there were several /
other Flagler Countlans who SPECIAL TAPES ORDERED WEEKLY

201 E. MOODT BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA raised some funds for the

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5. 1969 Plalntlf. of your written defenses, If any has been filed against you and

RA M8Y TTH ___ VS. to It on GILL.E8P1B AND GILLESPIE. : Herschel C. King and The United
C. H. KNIGHT.Defendant.. for
assault It l 233 States of America, and you are
IN eneiher would whose address North
INJURED direct NOTice OK FORECLOSURE Box 880. New required to serve a copy of yourwritten
or Indirect afJe.ch.oFI defenses If to It
MAI.IO ; any on
ald. and
ACCIDENTRay In essence Hmyrna MI RAMBA Y, MARTIN &
LAM. :
this would TO THE DEFENDANT HEREIN the original with the Clerk of

Smith, 16. son: of Mr. fofce the convicted student to AND MAY ALL CONCERN OTHERS WHOM IT the above styled Court on or before ADE.whose attorneys address! Is for 1711 plaintiff Barnett,
leave June 24. 1969; otherwise a
school. Bank Building Jacksonville
Mrs. Raymond Smith
and GIVEN be entered
NOTICE IS Judgment may
Florida 3:120: :. and file the original -
Bunnell, was seriously InJur. By passing the that the undersigned GEORGE against you for the relief de- with the clerk of the above
the bin heiflrst M. MOODY, as Clerk of the Circuit manded In the complaint. before June
ed Thursday afternoon whena has cleared Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit WITNESS my hand and seal styled court otherwise on or

horse kicked him. Ray sustained hurdle on it's way to become In and for Flagler CountyFlorida and of said Court this 14th day of 23. 1969.be entered against a Judgmentmay you for

law. under, pursuant to May. 1969. the relief demanded in the com
facial and head
InJur. RfP-GUsson feels sure by virtue of a Final Judgmentof Seal)
les as a result of the acci the K.V,1 pass the House Foreclosure entered In the /GEORGE M. MOODY plaint.WITNESS my hand and the*
pending in Circuit Court
If those above entitled cause Flag-
seal 19
of said
court on May ,
I : dent. ahead of it on the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial ler County, Florida
He was transferred from the calendar clear soon Circuit. In and for Flagler GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE 1969. GEORGE M. MOODY
enough for it County. Florida (Civil Action :Attorneys for Plaintiff As Clerk of said Court
Bunnell General Hospital to to be fully con. No. 442-A) will within the 233 North CausewayNew (Seal)
Methodist Hospital at sldered. legal hours of sale between Smyrna Beach FloridaBy L.
the By Kathryn Emery
11:00 A. M. and 2:00: P. M. on /sJ.. U. Glllespie Clerk
Jacksonville for treatment. Monday the 16th day of June May 22. 29, June 5. 12. 4tc. May Deputy 22. 29. June 5. 12. 4te.
Ills address Is Room 240 CARD OF THANKSOur 1969. at the front door of the
Flagler I County Courthouse Bun LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
Methodist Hospital, 1640 Jefferson heartfelt thanks to all nell. Florida, offer for safe and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
will sell at public auction to the CIRCUIT COURT FLAGLER
St. Jacksonville. SEVENTH
extended COURT,
comforting highest and<< best bidder for cash COUNTY FLORIDA IN TIlE CIRCUIT IN'AND
According to Mrs. t Smith his sympathy and help in our recent all the right, title Interest andclaim CIVIL ACTION No. BA5-D JUDICIAL FLACLKRVY. CIRCUIT ,
of the defendant C. H. LOUVENIA SIMMS.Plaintiff. FOR COON-e ,
condition Is Improved and he sorrow. For .
the beautiful KNIGHT, and all parties or persons FLORIDA ,
will remain at the, hospital floral offerings, cards, and bound by said Final Judgment CIVIL ACTIONCASK ..
In and to the following- WILLIS SIMMS. NO.
several: days.GLISSON kindnesses, we are deep. scribed personal property Dofendant. CLARA ANDERSON, f
ly grateful.We 1987 :Ford Custom "500" 2- DIVORCE Plaintiff. ,

BILL also Dr. Sedan7B52C155867, NOTICE WILLIAMvE. :
OUT wish to express our 1965 Ford Pickup Truck TO: WILLIS M. SIMMS. : ANDERSON.

OF COMMITTEEState appreciation, to the Rev. and 100D F10DL 607664 Residence Unknown Defendant.
Mrs. Max 1963 Ford Truck F600 YOU are hereby notified that a NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
Hall, Jim Booe DAV ANSWER!
Representative Jim F60BN421181The Complaint for Divorce has been
Chapter members and Flagler said property as aforesaid tiled against you and you arerequired IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Glisson notified the Flagler Beach Lions. being sold to satisfy said Judgment to serve a copy of your OF FLORIDA
Tribune that his Campus Disorders subject to any and all answer or pleading to the Complaint -, TO: WILLIAM E.OFFICE ANDERSON.AD-
valid a prior mortgages liens and to the plaintiffs attorney. WHOSE POST
bill passed the committee Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Perritt encumbrances and rights. LELAND B. SHAW. P. O. Box DRESS AND RESIDENT AD-

today. The bill would and Vicky DATED this 2nd day of June, 296. Bunnell. Florida 32010 and DRESS are AItE hereby UNKNOWN.You notified. that
file the original answer or plead-
deny state scholarship aid to LEGAL 1969.GEORGE M. MOODY. ing In the office of the Clerk of a suit has been brought againstyou
ADVERTISEMENT Clerk Circuit Court Flag- the Circuit Court of Flagler in the Circuit Court Seventh
student convicted of
any a Judicial Circuit. In and forFlagler
IN CIRCUIT County, Florida County. Florida on or before the
campus disorder. Further. FLAULEK COURT (Official Seal) 23rd day of June, 1969. If you County Florida Plaintiff.and by
more If ,the crime for whicha IJA COUNTY FLORI-: By Kathryn L. Emery fall to do so. an order of default CLARA ANDERSON .-
Deputy Clerk will be taken against you you are hereby required to ,
student Is convicted Involved CITIZFiNS BANK No 442-A LELAND B. SHAWP. for the relief demanded In the file personally or by attorney.
OF UNNELL O. Box 296 Complaint. with the Clerk of said Court, t
seIzure or destruction of BIJNNELL FLORIDA Bunnell. Florida 32010 DATED at Bunnell Flagler your Answer or defenses to the
-----a State Banking: Corporation. Attorney for Plaintiff County Florida .thU 20th day Complaint In said suit on or before
the 23rd day of June. A. D.
June 5 Itc of May 1969.
1969. and also to serve a of
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Cleric Circuit Court, Flag- your Answer or defenses upon
ler County Florida Messrs. Osslnsky and Krol, Attorneys
Flagler County Insurance (Official Seal) for Plaintiff, at their of-
THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH By /Kathryn 1. Emery nces.at 411 Main: Street. Daytona
JUDICIAL.,CIRCUiT IN Deputy Clerk Beach Florida I on or before the
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, LELAND B. SHAW 23rd day of June A. D. 1969. as
FLORIDA. P. O. Box 296 required by the Florida Rules of
Agency Inc. CASK NO. f'h"5R' 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 G, 12. 4to agy r.atarUturther: '
VII. notified that
All Forms of Insurance ROBERT ORA Y. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the name of the Court In which
DefendantNOTICE said suit has been instituted lathe
OF.SUIT! INVITATION FOR BIDS Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial -
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF The Housing Authority of the Circuit of Florida. In and
FLORIDA: County of Flagler. Florida will For Flagler County and that
Uinell Florida TO: Robert Gray receive bids for the constructionof the title of said suit is as here-
.320101..iFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYQNDS R, F. D. No. 2 Low Rent Housing Project Inabove set forth.
St: Johnsvllle New York FLA. 30-3 at Bunnell. Florida, You are further notified that
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI- consisting of 27 buildings containing the nature of said suit Is a suit
ED that an action for divorce : 60 dwelling units and for divorce.
has been filed against you and other Improvements, until 2:00 WITNESS my hand and official
!!. A.- you are required to serve a copy p. m. E. D. T. on the 18th day seal at Bunnell. Flagler County.
of June 1969. in the office of the Florida thla 13th day of May
Housing Authority of the County A. D. 1969. '
aky. }a., Yr.y, : '% F, of Flagler. Florida. 300 South OHOROE M. MOODY.
i a t Clerk of the Circuit
Bacher Street. Bunnell. Florida as
'' i T r 9 'S<, at which time and place all bids Court of Flagler County
'fi b.gf': N ,p ot, fiY: $ ,Si? F'l will be publicly opened and read Florida. '
aloud. (Circuit Court Seal)
Proposed forms of contract By Kathryn L. Emery
documents Including plans and Deputy. Clerk
specifications, are on Ale at the OSSINSKY AND KROI4
office of the Housing Authorityof Attorneys for Plaintiff
the County of Flagler. Flor-1 .411 Main Street
Ida. at the corner of Allen and Daytona Beach Florida .
Bacher Streets in Bunnell, Florida ,May IB."'22, 29. June 5. '4 to

and at the office of. Craigand
Snead.: Architects, at 414 NorthIlalifax LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

,Daytona; : Beach, Flori
Copies of the documents may FE.AQl.KIt COUNTY FLORIDA
be obtained from the Architectsby CIVIC ACTION NO. 555-D
depositing Fifty Dollars LEO H. MAHAFFEY. .
(350.00) for each set. Deposit will Plaintiff..
be refunded to each person whoreturns .
the plans, specificationsand WANDAvs.MAHAFFEY,
other documents In good Defendant. .
condition within 10 days after TO: WANDA E. MAHAFFEY
bid opening. Checks for deposits 542 Wilson Drive
t'2 k must be made payable to the Xenta. Ohio

____ Housing Authority of the Countyof DIVORCE
Flagler Florida.A YOU are hereby notified that
certified check or bank a Complaint for Divorce has
;k L draft (payable to the Housing been tiled against you and you
< Authority of the County of Flag- are required to serve a copy of
ler. Florida). U. S. Government your answer or pleading to the
$ t % bonds, or a satisfactory! bid bond Complaint to the Plaintiff's at-
l executed by the bidder and acceptable torney. LELAND B. SHAW P. O.
f,;'t i sureties! in an amount Box 296. BUNNELL,, FLORIDA

% : ;:nlo five e \\tgf the bid 32010 and file the original answer -
submitted each bid.: pleading in the office of
The successful! bidder will be the CYr of the Circuit Courtof
vb b E> ,i n' w s. required to furnish and pay for Flagler County, Florida, on
s. satisfactory performance and or before the 16th day of June
r payment bond or bonds. 1969. If you fall to do so, an order -
{ i'L Attention Is called to the reQuirement of default will be taken
r that not less than the against 'you for the relief demanded ,
2 s. Y r minimum salaries and wages asset in the Complaint.
forth in the Specificationsmust DATED at Bunnell. Flagler

be paid NOTE: I1 23. 24 May, _
.} < @ and.25 shall 'be complete for "par GEORGE M. MOODY. .
tial occupancy (see SPECIAL Clerk Circuit Court.
.., .: ; CONDITIONS) before buildingon Flagler County. Florida.
parcel I 5 as shown on Sheet (Official Seal)
No. 1 Is released for demolition.The By: /s/ Julia R. Harvey
Housing Authority of the Deputy Clerk
County of Flagler }Florida reserves LELAND B. SHAW
the right to reject any P. O. BOX 296
or all bids or to waive any Informalities Dunne MayFl ori d a 32010 :'"

in the bidding.No 16. 22. 29. June 5, 4tc.
bid shall be withdrawn for .
a period of forty-five (45) days LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
subsequent to the opening of
<. bids without the consent of the
4 ty. : ; Housing Authority of the Coun-' THE CIRCUIT COURT
.. ty of Klagler Florida. COUNTY FLOR. "
OF THE COUNTY OF In Case No. B34-E ,' .

By M. B. McDANIEL Plaintiff ,/.

May 22. 29. June 5. 12. 4tc. '

Electric Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioning -- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:,
18521 Dearborn Street
FOR FLAGLER. COUN- Northrldge.. CaliforniaYou. .-
delivers carefree comfort all year round. TY. FLORIDA. are hereby notified that a
No. 1144DEMHART suit has been filed against you
.CORPORATION, a In the above entitled cause; and
r Connecticut corporation successor you are hereby required to tile
It's wonderful how many good things happen when you live with flameless by merger to PLYMOUTH your answer with the Clerk of
CORDAGE COMPANY, this Court and to serve a copy
electric Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioning. Summer appetites perk up. a. corporation, d/b/a "WILSON thereon upon the plaintiff orplaintiff's

The whole family sleeps more soundly, even on humid nights. Come winter. &: TOOMKR FERTILIZER and address attorney Is: whose name

you banish chills with a twist of the wrist -; COMPANY Plaintiff GINSBERG & GINSBERG
134 H South Beach Street

Best of all.you do It all the flameless electric way.The clean way so that HERSCHEL C. KING and.PEG- Daytona 8t a.ChSu Florida
\ OY J.: KING his wife and THE not later 19. A. D..
; your furniture and.drapes look their bright best all the time.There's no match > UNITED STATES OF ;AMERICA 1969.

4 for the clean comfort of Reverso-Cycle the year-round air conditioning. ., Defendants. If you fall to do so. Default
will be
Ask your air conditioning contractor or electric appliance dealer. TO: PEGGY NOTICE J.: KING OP SUIT the relief entered demanded against In the you bill for

of complaint. The nature of said
P i i. -Eleven rate reductions since 19571 The average price paid per kilowatt Warwick.242 Milton Rhode Road Island suit being for

M hour by FPL-served families today is one-third less than it was In 1957. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED DIVORCE
that action to foreclosea
There's no match for flameless.electric... mortgage an on the following of iurtythhs! 7th day o f
) ," .,' .Jay A. D. 1969.GEOHOE.
K J ;'?v.e.1 v---: ; .-" .:) & property in Flagler County, M. MOODY
NEW of SWU : SWU of SE Clerk of said Circuit
E : '.',; Court
.. < Ett ; oSoWes U of SWVest Official
( SealBy
''R-" "" ?' ". : "'d.1I" -/. H of ) .
0< E 1G. all in Section Kathryn L. Emery
Township 11 South cl1lre:: Deputy Clerk
.i-' East. May 15. 22, 29. June 5, 4te


Ii \..AII"THE ,

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8- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JUNE S. 1969 There are good catches of each week. Free refreshmentseach BUNNELL HIGH

Pompano and sheepsheadand day at 10:30.: Free milk
day weekend, all the postmasters a few whiting are also given each boy .at noon. (The SCHOOL PRESENTS

and their families biting. vBASKETBALL. boys bring a light lunch each .,.
spent a three day campingtrip day). .. AWARDS .
at Bings and their total SCHOOLAT Movies, lectures demonstrations f AcademiC awards were presented .
was at 50-6O persons. and games are a to Ralph Abraham .."

Genung'a Fish Camp DAYTONA p'art.of the dally,;activities.a Mike. Barber' Catherine Harris ,..:';.:
Jack'.1>. .. ..v' J..Ey: ry minute, IsT scheduled .. .Barbara Wilson, Ann .
Word from Jack has been MAINLAND fo>*,. Meekins, Davey Solomon
1 ac4n.,1LAGLER
good, with the fishing im ,:'The World's Most Famous Mary Ann Steflik Stella Wea I. :,;
proving and catches of bass Basketball{ Sc ooopens at ver, Carol Townsend Beth .
flounder and large catches ot MalnJ.andwSr.High at 9:00: a. Matherly, Lesa Knight, Gary ..
sheepshead being !taken. Jack m. on June 16. SCHOOL PRESENTS Buckles, Betty Steflik ,Patricia
also mentioned that there This is the Third Annual les, Betty Steflik, Patricia *,
have been quite a few, Am. summer for the school. Joe AWARDS Hubbert Betty Steflik. Robert '

berjacks being taken off. Piggotte Mainland High Special Honor Cup Award Creal, Davey Solomon, Janet ..
shore. Ira J. James Pounds, Celes. '
basketball Coach and was presented to Janice Leon Haines, r
Foster will again operate the tine Spates, Wylene Home, .
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp ard a fourth grade student. Rawllns '.
school. Honor roll awards went to Clifford Taylor Terry -
.,.. Truman at the camp has Fundamental and individual Cheryl Hoskins, Jeff Thomas, Nancy Creal, Debbie
FISHING LINE been smiling since the fish.' attention tops the work Johnson and Llllle Mae Hall. ., '1,
Jon .Wilder, Mike Abbott,
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f 11\' ing has improved.Mr. each day. Each boy is insured Laura Beveridge, Frank Bryan Other awards were presented ..;(I
Al Zamba
By Illttell and son Ralph Townsend John 4 I
and also receives a TVshirt Cherrl Hanna. to Brenda :;t".' '
Bing's Fishing Resort Jax had 6 whiting 4 sheeps the first day of the school. Other awards were presented Taylor, John McDaniel, James ; '. ,
head and two bass in the 5 lb. Several boys are expectedto to Janice Leonard, Robertson, Saul Irvin Frankie -
Good catches of bass are be. class. Visiting from Charles. take part in the activities Cheryl Hoskins, Laura Bever. Wilson, Larry Johnson, Mat ; ..
ing taken. John McCallum tqn, S. C. was Mr. Barker. He from Bunnell and Flagler idge. Jamie Walden, Ricky thew Neal, Warren Williams, .
Gainesville brought in 10 had 10 flounder, 1 trout, 1 County. Davis, Mike Abbott Laura Joe Burnham, Colleen Tucker -' .'. .
good size*bass. Wallace Smallof sheepshead. Coming from Jax Any boy that needs an application McGee, Barbara Burns and (3)), Mike Robinson, Carol
Jax had 1 bass and 12 to fish was Mr. Barfield witha may see Ccaoh Mike Abbott. Townsend (2), Genece Mln- '.<
croakers but the proudestman catch of 8 trout, 2 drum 1 Jack Hardin. Ten students received shew, Gary Buckles, Cliff .
was Mr. C. Wllliford. sheepshead. Fred Robshaw The first week June 16.20 attendance awards perfect and Taylor, Donna Steflik, and I. ?

Jax. His bass weighed in at from St. Augustine had 8 will be for boys in grades 5, 6, six seventh grade students received Davey Solomon. .).'...' ,. '
31 i, taken in the surf. Both bass to his credit. 7, and 8. The second week awards. Teachers of the Year were '. ;,
safety patrol
Frank and W. D. Burke, Flagler Beach Pier will be for grades 8, 9, 10, and Miss Blarita Bradley and Mrs. r I
Greencove had 16 croakers Linda Aaron. -
and whiting. Dick Knoblow' Clint Mosler at the pier in 11.Some 23 trophies will be .ll.RENEW BILL SAYS Sixtyfive students received
brought In 9 drum and 20 formed us that two kings' awarded at the school, along YOURDRIVER'S perfect attendance certifi
croakers. were landed last week and with daily awards at the end LICENSEDURING cates.
If you are wondering why Bill Bailey from Palatka, was of each day. .b Scholastic letters for "A" .,..
there was no mail from the the lucky man. The kings Report cards are given out YOUR Honor Roll were presented.. tojmp ;
Jax area over the long holi weighed in at *25 and 29 lbs. to each boy at the end of BIRTH MONTH ''oJ < Brooks: ana MarCIa

Scholastic Letters for "B" ,
Honor Roll for grades 10 to 12 J
went to Robert Creal, Minnie
Deen, Catherine Harris, Lesa '
Knight, Gale Leonard, Vicky
Perritt Betty Steflik, David
Steflik and Mary: Ann Steflik.

I 7 to Scholastic 9 went to Letters Lila Allen for grades, Kar

The first 1970 en Clegg Nancy Creal, Lisa

II car at 'Hall Rawlins Mitchell,,Debbie Davey James Meekins Solomon.Pounds Roberta, Don Jack

na Steflik and Cherry Wads-

f I worth.Scholastic Letters for grades

4 to 6 went to Rob Cowart,
prices. Carole Hardin Jay Rodgers,
Dottie Tucker Eve Tucker I

and Mena. Wadsworth.. :
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Bunnell City Commission .
'.. decided to discontinue

''.... ._. ;<"'<.>''-<...... .,,".,.,'.:<"...'.><,-..;::"!",>':'v.'0"....',.:'.,'. .: ,_. .. ,' the answering city limits fire calls and outside restrict

the fire trucks to the city limits ..
..., at Monday night's meet-
Ing. The city's two fire trucks
have been answering calls
MAVERICK. outside the city limits for several >
.' _, $1995'It's
\ > ,' '. years, but.will now con. .
z. here! With room and power for U.S. taln their fire fighting '
; tiFin {airtA roads opera.: t
S{'+ : '. 'Jji:,''&..: _;: and drivers. Now styling. Luxury touches. Big. tions inside the. city limits. "
<}..,_:;c;;"!'!' l> x 7',', '". trunk. Easy servicing ... The decision) was reached ,
.:.,.......>'.HJ a''jaf' 1'/11'I' .. -ManufllCtu..?a eug e.1ed.tall prfce for the car.Price doee: not .after: it was pointed out no .'; Wc" ,
_. i.. ,"' 'charg.Include-/ .,opuonal If' wMt.' dd.wall tI....$32.00:d..,.,preparadon water mains exist outside the '..' .
any; ana.on .
charg. aC." ..
tax. city limits and because of the ;:;"';<

,Or save on these other Ford' city' insurance coverage. :...!-I,
firsts ,
:: .... j. The city has one fulltime ,.t"; .
fireman, Fire Chief Edwards, I ':: .
l -r 'and six volunteer auxiliary ..',:
j \ .'1, fireman.In .
: .'"
.: "' : : other business Monday f
r '
\" : ,,.,. :. night the commissioners I
\. agreed to make a survey on '
-' '-"
the possibility of erecting a of
new building to accommo "
date the fire department, po.
lice department and city hall '
offices.in one central location. '
No date!' was set for the completion
;, _. of the survey. y'
Falcon. Agreed to meet with the
Sale-priced! Flagler County School Boardto f
r discuss funds for the up.
,1:; America's original com keep of the city owned football .
.,, ; pact. And It still looks so field. In past years, the
good saves so much School Board has paid half
:: costs so little. Lowest of the monthly light bill and
prices yet this year. mowing 'bill. The city com
mission announced repairsare
needed and more bleachers
Mustang. I are needed. No date was

Sa/e-priced/ \ ; i. set for the meeting.
x ) Agreed to write the Florida
America's first sporty car. Public Utilities Commissionto

Still the best seller. And t, ask ,that Mobile Home .
now 'lower priced 'than bh'" ,-:r. Movers, Inc. of Lake City be
any time this year. While ._ certified -enable the company -
.c ( : t te
t ,r they last I '- to establish a sub' terminal
/ ,. (rl j .-.' _, d' and mobile home sales lot in
'".' ( > .f'r ......." 0, '. Bunnell it so chooses.
f _... :'! YM ,I''Voted to sell a used tandem
... ,. 1"-1:
.. .. .
.-. ..._ .
. ,.. .. :r t r.. '. ,,g.. ; .I' J : 1'1,1 roller to Leonard Durrance for
; 'If .t 't. i 'i 91000{, .
,..,... IIi' I, 'oJI Iij;'} : : ;'EL{ viol ?Ct1" t.O.' : .. fll..%! (11'.Ulf.Jj.. ;' Instructed the clerk to write

. : ". .. .;'C BUNNELL MOTOR: COMPANY,;4.! I.'cB.unnell: Florida to EncpjQU.-.po.ASlean'their i property notifying on them US

1 within ten days. ..
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