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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL::; ,57 110., 26 THURSDAY 3Z NE 19.. 1969 $3.50 A YEAR., .

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Levitt & ,Sons LISTENING TO I ITT-RA YONIER r ANNOUNCEMENT" MONDAY Special School


To Develop. Board Meeting'j: '

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i Flagler County No '

ITr-Rayonier announced The Flagler School Board
Monday that they would turn held a special meeting Tuesday
evening to hear the latest
over their recently} purchased
Lehigh, and other Flagler recommendation of Suoerln: t1
properties to Levitt and ,Sons, tendent Jim Crate for organisation ,
a subsidiary unit of ITT for M schools for the 1969- .
development.Dr. 70 school term. ;
Norman Young an ceo d Craig said that with present
school facilities, ,
of
nomic and' marketing specialist resources
with Levitt and Sons will nersonnel. anticipated funds .
be president ,of' Levitt Land and e' ,ticlo"ted costs "there ,
Co., which will develop the ppnears to be. no sound ob- \
frm *n educational ,
Flagler community; .- lectlons '
Dr. Young noted that the standooint or from an economy -
first venture 'will be a tract standpoint to the recom-
of more than 20,000 acres In r"* ndj-*1on i of the October 24, ..
Flagler County on the Sun- 1968 Flakier County Survey .y
shine State's east coast. Dr. of the School Facilities Division
Young said, "The company'seventual of the State Department '
land sales In Flor- py 1 of Education".
.. ida could reach well beyond. Craig recommended that all
:100,000 acres" kindergarten children, due to
"Florida was selected for particular facilities required
; the first of our operations because he assigned to Bunnell High

this state Is Ideal with More .than 175 people attended the cocktail party at the Princess Estate Monday afternoon School campus, all students
1 thru 5 be assigned -
In
regard to all desirable aspects to hear the announcement made by rTT-Rayonleij relative to their plans for the, development of grades to Bunnell Elementary

leading, to land, purchase the 20,000 acre tract in Northeast Flagler. Plctuled,taibove la a portion of the crowd as they lined (School No. 2 (formerly Carver -
the comfortable -
cousumer:
by
N: 'Their presentation was made on the lawn with a huge I
I and convenient re- the east porch facing the Matanzas Bay. ). and _all students In
tirement living, vacation and map depicting the development' in the bad ound. t Photo by P. Whitley 'grades 6 thru 12 be assigned '

leisure; time pursuits, and' to Bunnell High School. f\
"f The superintendent further
land Investment.,potential, I
Dr. Young declared.. recommended that capital \
Other projects have been improvement funds from federal
... Rittenhouse Park of some and state,sources be budgeted

r., ,9.00O ,homes, Country; Club ':fX) completely fence
'.' homes r kL Bunnell Elementary No2..
Ridge ,with luxury : _
". I'" .and:,a ;13, hole golf course. x'' provide bus docks barking I
. lots, complete repainting the
. Belair (near Washington) I'
;t': '.. 'with' 7,000 homes and many inside; .and provide other need :
'c4'
.. other similar 'projects. over kL'sr' ed",refurbishing.
*>' the United States,.France-and : lIt was further recommended
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:(.r "Puerto Rico. **, ,:thn'bus service be provide;
ft ,v : ed ,all live 'r
.: ;; Some: disappointmenthast ., elementary pupils
,been expressed ,locally that: lug north Highway 100 and
'. west of U. S. 1 regardless of
t\\'', \ 'the announcement did not qy % '
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.... .. ku."..'____'., u.u______.__u. ,_____ the distance. '
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t --1 : Copies of the.State Departs)
'\"\: ment recommendation' were "

:.f' Y 3 ,, furnished .board L embers. '

t.'r':: ': k.4p1 After some discussion' Board' I
Member Ravmon Tucker moved -
that the( Flagler, 'Beach.
School be: reopened as a sep,
a'rate action from the super
intendent's: recommendation.Board .
Member Harold??Emery.. I
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seconded the. motion:' It did

not pass. .
LEVITT PRESIDENT MAKES THE PRESENTATION Board Chairman 'Myrtle 'c.

Richard Wasserman, president of Levitt & Sons, is" shown pointing out the location of the Rice relinquished- the chairto
the vice chairman,
project which his company will develop as a subsidiary unit of ITIVRayonler. and
. moved that the superintendent's -
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: recommendation be ac
-......., DIED MRS. G.SUNDAY GESCHKE AT MRS. WATKINS t MRS. DORIS FILKINS, cepted. The motion died for

$r BEACH RESIDENT, the'lack of a second.<<: ,
BUNNELL GENERALMrs. PASSED AWAY The meeting was adjourned

Grace M. Geschke, 70, SUNDAY JUNE 15 DIED SUNDAYMrs. until Wednesday, June 26 .
,
I North Hwy AlA, Flagler Doris E. Fllklns, 49, at 7 p. m. to further considerthe
Beach, passed away Sundayat Mrs. B. Ruth Watkins, 77, 500 Moody ,Blvd.: Flagler basic problem ,of establishing
':. ',fi DR. NORMAN YOUNG Bunnell General Hospital. Bacher Street, Bunnell, pass Beach, died Sunday, June '15 the number and loca
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:. : / She was born In Belleville ]N. ed away Sunday, June 15 at at Bunnell General- Hospital. tion of schools to be operatednext ,
t 1" ,. include some light industry J. and was a winter visitor at Bunnell General Hospital aft after a lengthy illness. year. '
and that Dr. Young mentioned Flagler Beach for 15 years before er a lengthy illness. Born in Florence, Mass she
that some of the property' moving there 4 years ago Mrs. Watkins was born InBlakley moved to Flagler Beach 10 300 .STUDENTS \
would be sold as land invest from Asbury Park: N. J. She Ga. and moved to years ago from North Hamp
.;.. ment. was ,a member qf the Methodist Flagler County 15 years ago ton, Mass., She was member RFOISTFRKD: FOR
The 'complex will be ''devel- Church and Past Grand from Cairo, Ga. She :residedat of St. Stephens Catholic IMMRR PROGRAM
,.."I :.Doped In the area formerly Officer of Order of'.Eastern Flagler Beach' a number, of Church. Principal C. A. McGrlff said
.' owned by Lehigh and the Star of New Jersey and Past years before moving to Bun She is survived by her husband today 300 students were en-
', hammock area. Canals' will Matron of the TwinCity, N. nell. She was ;a member of Edward, Flagler Beach; rolled In the 'summer enrichment -- ;
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J. be constructed to accommodate J. O. E.., S.'Chapter.Survivors the Bunnell First 'United her parents, '''Mr and Mrs. program at Bunnell
'" thousands of navigable Methodist Church.. Clifford Boucher, Florence High School. At Bunnell No.
., lots.The ter. She Is survived by four Mass.; two daughters, Mrs. 2. 84 students registered for
area ,will be designedto sons, William and Allen Ges. sons, Horace Watkins, Jacksonville Donna Marie Misch 'and Mrs. the school's recreation pro
attract ((1) people'with, leisure chke...Jr." all of Asbury Park, ; Joe Watkins, New Virginia Johnson both of gram.
'time; (2)) retirement people N, J.; ten grandchildren; 'end Smyrna; Rev. J.,. E. Watkins, Flagler Beach; four sisters, Summer reading classes began -
: and ((3)) people wantingto two great.grandchildrend Ruskln, Florida and Edsell Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Flagler Tuesday, June :17 with
Invest In property. Funeral services will be, at Watkins, Cairo, Ga.; a sister Beach Madeline Mullin, Mrs. 21 students attending classes
? .. It is anticipated work will 11:00: a. m. Saturday .at Craig Mrs. Irene Rollins, Columbia, Edna Quigley and Mrs .Mar dally front 9 a..m.-2 p.m.
begin before the end of the Funeral Home:' Chapel, Bun- Ala:; eleven grandchildren ion LaCombe, all of Florence, The Reading Enrichment t
year and lots: will, go on sale nell. _The' Rev. T. Shelton and six great-grand-children. Mass. grogram starts Monday June
by next spring. No figure was Brooks ,will officiate. Friends Funeral services were Tuesday Graveside funeral services 23 and will continue thru
\ available as to the cost of the may.call at the funeral home 'afternoon at 2:00 at the will be 'at 10:00_ Thursday July 25., Pupils registered will '
total project. from 3:00: p. m. Friday until Bunnell First United Methodist morning at St. Marys Cemetery attend classes from '1.2 p.m.
The proposed communityhas the hour, of services. Church with the Rev. Korona. The Rev. Fr. Antonio Monday thru Friday at BUS.
not been named. There Is Earle Wilder, pastor officiat Leon will officiate. Those interested In attend-
no Immediate plan for any TIDE TABLE ing. Interment was at Espa- Craig -Funeral Home Bun ing are asked to contact the
... but it was ,noted Tides school office at 4373362. McGrlff
Industry ; For June 19.25IIIGIi nola Cemetery nell, Is in charge of arrange -
that light Industry would' be LOW ,Active pallbearers were Joe ments. said "All students In-
. stimulated to move Into the Day A.M. 'P.M. :A.M. P.M. Watkins, Jr., Charles Watkins. terested In attending the sum-
,1. area. 1.9 1.1:12 11:24: 4:54: 4:48: David Watkins, Herman Watkins mer program activities and
'\ "We never ''approached a 20, :1154 11:59 5130 ..5:36: Charlie Watkins, and WATCH FOR PLANS classes are encouraged to do
I .: project with more enthusiasm 21 ::12:06 12:36: 6:12' '6:30: Terry Watkins. Honorary so and are asked to report to
; .and confidence than today", 22 '12:48: ::1:24:, :700; 7:24 pallbearers 'were Martin *B., FOR JULY FOURTHCELEBRATION the school, office to register"..
I said Richard Wasserman 23 1:36 .2:18': 7:48 8:30 McDaniel, Jim Townsend. AT The school library Is open
>president of'Levitt and Sons, 24 2:30: 3:12: 8:42 9:30: Gamer Sanders and Otis Nip- to the public 9 a.m.-12 noon i
Inc. 25 ,,3:24 4:12 9:36: 8:30: per. FLAGLER BEACH dally.'J t ty

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THURS.. JUNE 1969
mitt' 3Jrluglrr QJrtlmnr 2-THE FZJICZXR TIUBUITB
Enters: a* second class matter .
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:INCORPORATED February 8. 191S at the poet- --
DUNNELL. FLORIDA office at Xtunnell. Florida under
Act of,, Margh 8. 1878. ( Lean Western "CENTER CUT* '!
JOHN A. CLKQO --
Editor, and publisher, 4't10e psi Copy (
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BETTB S. McDANIEL 0e Year...., #LM/ Pork Chops
,..:... New. Editor Six Math MwD..tdaeted ... ...-i 7-80

newspaper for all Outvlde Xfriajtler County
Leeal Advert/alai 94.OO Per Year

EDITORIALCAN Ib. 78<

WE KEEP PACE?

1 The announcement made by ITT-Rayonier Monday after-

noon was not earth shaking. In fact some of the daily press U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK -
had been predicting even bigger things than were actually an-

nounced. *' i lb0 : 68
Since the announcement, local persons have been asking STEAKS
"Do you really think they are going to do anything?" Or. Is it
just a wild scheme to promote the sale of vacant lots?".

We really believe, and the consensus of most of .the officials Lean Western "BOSTON "
who heard the announcement was. that this will be a tremend. '

ous project over a period of time. isT : lbM 58*

Levitt & Sons, Inc. has a reputation of successfully building ;
cities throughout the United States. They do much more than
sell lots. They provide all the facilities for a< real city. They :'i

pride themselves on "satisfied" home owners.In Lyke> "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREEPICNICS

this case, "satisfied" home owners of leisure and retired
people are going to require a good bit of recreation and amuse- I II 3;

i ment. facilities. Ib. 43CLyke's 1.
We believe that the officials of Levitt & Sons who will

build the new city ITT-Rayonler, ,.will work closely with local
officials and local residents to gain what benefit they can for M

the local people.Dr. "Sugar Creek" SLABSMOKED WESTERN "Select" I

Norman Young, who will head the Flagler project acknowledged '
LIVER
that, ,they are Just beginning the real planning I BACON BEEF
stage. He said that the purpose of the public announcement was Ib. ""
to let people "in" on what they are doing so they can work with SLICED FREE' SSe 480
:the local people.

There will ,be things we need to do locally to get ready for
the, new project. Senator Richard Stone (Dade County) pointedout Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D 2 / -21/2 lb. Avg. LIMIT 2 PLEASE

to this writer that zoning would be an important step ,to

take In the,. planning for our future. We will say; more about

... this later. WHOLE lb. 29'
The officers of the Chamber of Commerce are in an ideal
position ito help jjulde us to gain' the greatest benefit locally .
for the project. They already have the personal contacts with
nT-Rayonler-Levitt officials so that they can work together

very- Many closely.of_ our county and city officials- hid the opportunityto I JUICY CHOICE ALL MEAT STEW Ib. 78<1

.meet the Levitt & Sons officials Monday;so that'they-can develop __
working relationship for our\''mutual benefit. '

Only time will tell what the future/holds for us. We I must Bush's ,' No. 300 Can

be prepared to'stay on the alert to tat* .advantage of:the, ,optporttinit1es Ea. MAXWELL. HOUSED
that lie ahead of:us. .- '' i I BLMKEtPEAS: 1O0: /

John A. Clegg tjj No. 300 Can COFFEE .


HH Ed. Note: < PINTO BEANS E" :100 1 lb.
: 470
Too Late Our friend Gordon Kipp of Tin
the Daytona Beach News- Old Milwaukee. 12 oz. Can
/ Journal was correct in to my P Limit 1 with<$5.OO or more food order II
BEER g S
To ClassifyBy conversation with _Senator ) 990 -
Richard Stone relative to anew .
Russell Kay state zoning law In that ,FREE ""PLAY BALL" with purchase of -- "

Nobody knows the value of we believe zoning Is necessary (1) KING SIZE (Use this coupon)

an "Idea" or what It may for a growing county, However MR., CLEAN <"-."-"-"""-"--"-"" 99 e ((1) COMPLEXION BAR OF
lead to. :Many of our largest he was about seven
'Kraft CAMAY FREEwith "
and most successful businesses years behind time In referringto Quart Bottle'
' ( this
this writer as a county coupon)
today began as a simple ; E a. '
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"idea". Starting as a small, commissioner.er. As a newspaper ORANGE JUICE, 35e Offer expires July 3, 1969

you might say, timid operation In- may we believe promote to ideas be good that but we (Limit 1 Bar: Per Family)
they have expanded
we do not make any direct Good Only at
to nationwide operations.Next DIXIE CRYSTAL
requests or presentations' to RODGERS FOOD STORE
time 'you'visit your any Boards._ Neither do we
7-Eleven neighborhood store participate in any board discussions SUGAR
try;, and 'vision a 'worried unless called uponto FROZEN FOODS _
young employee of an icehouse do so.
'Hm Dallas that was preparing :JAC 5 390 Frosty Acres
to close for the winter.It .r ,Bag 9 oz. Pkg.
meant loss of his job to the their FRENCH For
$250 to Southland as
young man; a desperate- share of the profits. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FRIES .2 250,
I
problem during the depres-
sion. That was the' way the pop Morton's 9 oz. Pkg.

Then the young man came ular got its chain start 7-Eleven rind today stores the FRESH PRODUCE HONEY BUNS 2 For 49C
up with an idea that he hop Southland organization op .
ed might carry him over until Sweet Juicy'LOPES -
erates 3,261 stores in 31 "
the ice house opened again in
states and the District of,'Co- For
the spring. The ice house was 3 890 BETTER MAID Plain
(
lumbia. In Florida, 7-Eleven or S. R.)
one of a chain operated by operates 513'stores with 24
Southland.He Tender Fresh '
more under construction mak- FLOUR'OKRA
asked the managementfor ing it (the largest convenient lb.
permission to throw up a. food-chain in the nation anda 290 lb' .
lean-to on the property and
leading industry in this 5 39PEACHES
sell groceries. "If I make any- state. It has an annual pay Fancy South Carolina Bag
thing", he said "I'll split
my roll of $14 million. '
I profit 5O-5O with Southland." I can well remember when 2 Ib" 39c Limit 1 with $5.00,or more food order

Permission was grantedand the privately owned corner
the young man set up a grocery store was the centerof .
I small grocery store. He opened activity In the neighbor .
r early and remained late, hood. Here neighbors met to
f from seven in the morning to chat and visit and dp their
t M; eleven at night. shopping. Everybody knew 1flll
Word got around In the the grocer. He was a friend
; neighborhood that a convenience and neighbor as was the own
I" store waS being operat, er of the adjoining bakery or RODGERS']
ed at the Ice-house. It seemed meat market or drug store.
. that people in the'neighbor- When: I accompanied my
. t hood were always needing mother on her visit to the
groceries and other Items at grocer I knew I would be presented Mil III"'
r,. '. hours when other stores were with a jaw-breaker, a
";, closed or Inconvenient to get,,, sucker or stick of licorice. AndI ""
to. The new business prospered. remember how the 'butcher OPEN SUNDAYS "UllllllllllrWPIIllllllllllllll111111"Phone' 437-3227
When ,the winter was over next door would always 8tOO a.m.=1:OO p.m.: '''U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

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3- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. JUNE 19. 1969 FLAGLER COUNTYCHURCH


BUNNELL HIGHSCHOOL IT'S ACADEMIC TcHU_ DIRECTORY l

: 6 WEEKS CONTESTANTSARE .
SELECTED :
HONOR ROLL.. II Three Bunnell Hfgh School i(, 'A ; i
CATHOLIC
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-A" HONOR ROLL 8 CHURCHES I
students have been selected I 41.1.111 WI
Grades 4 Thru 12 "v(':, '' J----""" lb
I ) Lila Allen'l'f'? ,i< TV "It's Academic" program. __u Leon. Pastor '
.
Chip Brooks ', '. Selected for the 1969.70 academic -
Gary Buckles team were Jimmy Bryan SUNDAY SERvIcESCHRISTIAN'' then it can be understood; St. Marys Church Korona ;

Barbara Cowart / Michael Graham and Ann but when explained on the Sunday Mass............ 7:30 a. m. I.' ,
Robbie Creal ... Meeklns.Speaking.' CHURCHES JUNE' 22 1969 basis of physical sense and Weekday Masses: Monday,
t. represented as subject to Wednesday and Friday 8:30 .
Robert Gould ,
Kim Knight ",., "Is the Universe IncludingMan growth, maturity, and decay, a. m.Blessed.

Jack Rawllns ...- Pakienfz Evolved: by Atomic the universe, like man, is and
Terry Rawllns j Force?" Is the subject of this must continue to be, an enigma. Sacrament Chapel
week's Bible Lesson.Sermon "
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Flagler Beach
Daphne Davey Solomon Rodgers ';' Which will be heard Sundayin Services at Christian Science Sunday Mass ,.' ._...9:00 a. m.

Donna Stefllk i 4t :'' "/ all Christian- Science churches are open to all. Weekday Masses: Tuesday "

Marcy, Strickland f\ (:. churches. Thursday and Saturday at ,l'
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"B" HONOR ROLL t By HOMER R. BENTLEY j. In the Responsive Reading, REVIVAL SERVICESIN 9:00: a. m.Catechism. I .
\t:, taken from Jpb, one verse BUNNELL Classes. 3:00: p. m.
Administrative
Grades 10-12 > ;t" Director
I'..j asks: "Where wast thou whenI Old'faShioned Tuesday.St. .
revival
James Bryan .. The accoustical ceiling has laid the foundations of the .
Cheryl Burns finally been installed in the earth?" services are being held night. :
at 7:30 m. In Bunnell, Stephens Bunnell '
Marvin ly p.
Clegg new section of the hospitaland Sunday Mass ..._...10:30 ,
Minnie Deen ,;. at this time the patientcare A correlatives passage from South on U. S. Highway 1. : a. m. ', ,111
Fred Fruits '?, t Science and Health with Keyto Evangelist Allen Shope of St. Catechism Classes: 3 p. m. *
1 ,1 k section is about 99% ;
: Michael Graham / I, '. ,) complete. There are some the Scriptures by Mary Augustine is conducting the Tuesday.
Confessions before all ,
'. Baker Eddy reads: : "The uni. masses.
-' services.
.1 Janet Haines : odds and ends that need to
verse, like man, is to be interpreted Weekday Devotion: Novena j1
Catherine Harris '. be completed. The air conditioning Services will continue thru to Our Lady and
n Robert by Science from its Sunday, June 21. The public Wednesday i
Heape for the patient area
after
Mass.
... Jeanne Higginbotham _;\J;. has been placed in service divine Principle, God, and I is cordially invited.BIRTHDAY Saturday !1

Faye Hutcheson ; \,", and is functioning quite well HOSPITALTREATMENT Community Memorial II t

Marian Irvin at this writing. Constructionhas AVAILABLE FOR DATA Church
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Marcia Johpston ,:- been started at 'present on TRAVELING VETERANSM. Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach" p
Lesa Knight \, a storage area and expanded T. Dixon,'of the Florida Happy birthday this week to: Reverend R. W. Dicker Pastor "

Gale Leonard emergency room facilities. Dept. of Veteran Affairs, said Today: Beverly H. Hawkins, Sunday School ...-.._._._...9:45 1

Norma Maner Plans have finally been- today, that with summer vacation Don Schlelcker' Helen B. Sullivan Worship Service _____...11:00 I '
Beth Matherly :* ,.. formulated for a volunteer time coming, many of Stan Barnes. Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof I

Pam McDaniel ; pink lady auxiliary and plansare our veterans will be making Friday: Pvt. Scott Wilder, each month at 2 p. m.

Ann Meekins ( now being formulated fora trips all lover 'the country for Larry Faunt, ''Charles Rockett.

Genece Minshew ''candy striper program rest and relaxation. He would Saturday: Linda Sanford First Baptist Church
Sharon Pache which we anticipate will be. like to remind them if they Rev. Charles Anders Pastor
Eugene C. Clark, Janet Cum
Vicky Perritt gin sometime during the have a 'service.connected dis- Moody Boulevard- Bunnell
1 mins Tommie Caudill, Alta
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Kirk Robertson ", month of July. Those organizations ability and require emergency Jane Caudill. Sunday School..___.9:45 a. m.
Mike Robinson '" '. and individuals, desiring treatment ;while they are Worship Servlce..11:00 a. m.

Janet ScottCelestine / to become charter mem- traveling, and are not near a Sunday: Robin Lori Danner, Evening. Worship.630 p. m.

Spates bers,of the auxiliary'are urgedto : VA hospital or a VA outpatient Paul Stanish,' Walter Eber- Adult Choir Rehearsal.._...7:30

Betty Stefllk ;J'';, communicate with :the Administrative clinic, that they can go hardlnger. Sunbeams and GAs: 3 p. m.
Mary Ann Stefllk. \. \ Director on or no to the nearest civilian hospital Monday: Barbara Bums. Monday
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.Cliff Taylor : later than July 15, 1969. It Is at VA expense. If, they no. Tuesday Robert Henderson YWA: 8 p. m., 1st and 3rd'i I
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Joh'rvTaylor hoped that enough individual tify the VA within' 72 hoursof Wayne Cauley, Jim Monday J

hosanna Tidwell ,. _' citizens will be Interested that their admittance or treat Moore, Irma, Deen.Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p. ,m.

Jay Townsend t the formation and charterof ment for-their''eervice-connect- : Leona Ann Wednesday

Colleen Tucker'Tucker ', the organization can be ed condition, which becamean Durrance, Joan M. Will, Jim Junior Choir: 3:30 p. m.
Elayne 'completed ,on or before August emergencywhile. on vaca. Eleanor Shill. Thursday
.. my Vogel,
James Walker :3"
1st of this year._ tion.
'ft '
Eddie Waugh"B" Progress in the chapel Is First United Methodist ...
HONOR ,,
ROLL 'progressing very slowly. 90% Lambert: : Avenue Bunnell

Grades: 46Kathleen. .. ..--, of the furnishings have arrived HOT. 'Earle A. 'Wilder, Pastor

Buckles and have been placed in Sunday School.945: a. m.
Sherry: Buckles :I a'1.'\'.'"'' *the chapel area. Contract has Worship Service._11:00 a. m.

'Dale Clegg ....).' .'N.,;r j- ben let withjthe Bunnell.Cabinet 'Youth. Choir Rehearsal: 6:45:
"*Rob Cowart-------- r- ..' Shop ,foTtfthetconstrucJlonof i : p. m. WednesdayChlldrens '.,

... Teresa Edwards *" 1. J.. ..:., \ two church type pews Choir"ReheariaJ V"
Carole Hardin 'f .,, ..- which will be placed in serv- 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3

Brenda Hazellief ,, ice as soon as they are deliv 3 p. m. .
Debbie Sue Heir 'CJ I ered. The director is ,very MYF:, 2nd and 4th. Sundays
Ray Johnston i i 1-. : ,i ':' much Interested in organiza 6:30 p. m.' "' -,

,, Dolly JonesTammie ;. L" tions or individuals who wish WSCS: 1st Wednesday at /=
Lynn I .I. t to memorialize either one or 'v 9a.m.H s '

Debra Mikulka ,,If., ...,., '" both of the pews for'the chap. Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday
Betty Montana .-. ... el. The cost of these pews ''has at 8 p. m. .

Melissa Morgan Tammy Robertson a f however, please do not let at 7:15'p. m.-

Jay Rodgers I r.::3 this stand in the way of your

Carol June Smith. ", contributions; Since our last Flagler Beach United

Jennie Solomon ,'. Information appearing on the Methodist Church'

I Jay Tilton ;.j chapel, donations have been DR. DALLAS BROWNING.

Jerry Tilton it: ... received from Antoinette PASTOR ,

Dottie Tucker ',; Slovak Gib Anderson, Flagler Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach
DEVELOP FASTER LUMBER DRYING PROCESS
Eve Tucker Beach First Baptist ,Church Church School..9:00: a. m. _
Mena Wadsworth ::, and- theCountry Club. A memorial Ferris Solomon, superintendent: of ,Wadsworth Lumber Com Morning Worshlp.1000: : a. m.

Kathy West ." gift was received from pany, Bunnell, Is shown inspecting a kiln of lumber dried by a I
Mickey Wilkins :, Dr. John M., Canakaris in
new fast drying process developed at Wadsworth Lumber Com PENTECOSTAL

"B'* HONOR ROLL ', memory of Mr. and Mrs. Mike pany with the technical assistance of Moore Dry Kiln Companyof HOLINESS CHURCH .

Grades 7.9 ': Canakaris. Jacksonville.The BunnelL Off Franz St.

Ted Anders V I Saint Demetrius Orthodox usual drying process'for. southern pine lumber which Reverend T. D. Peacock. Pastor
of Beach has Sunday -School__...10:00: '
Vivian Arnold Church Daytona : a. m.
takes about 96 (hours has been reduced to 70 hours or less. The
Lee Carol Baker ,. promised a donation how- Worship Service._11OO: ,a. m.
y
faster the hot
r drying process was accomplished by modifying
, Helene Bryan J ever as yet, it has not been Prayer Meet.Wed. 7:30: p. m.
. air fan system ,revising the temperature schedule and improving
Karen Clegg \ received. At this writing the Worship Serv_-. un. 7:30 p. m. ,
:; ... Nancy Creal 'It. chdpel fund is short approxi-' the system of baffles which causes the hot air to flow thru ,

,t William Creal ,- mately $700 In meeting it's the stacks of lumber In the kiln. St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
., financial obligations for The new was recognized In the national lumber "
:,,\ Debbie Holdridge process Rev. Thomas Mablv .
,','" Lisa Hall equipment and furnishings.We magazineWood and Wood Products of Chicago. Solomon said Priest In Charge

j, Wayne Hutcheson sincerely believe there that they were so pleased with the economy of the faster drying 3 miles. east of Bunnell on

:, ,' Debbie Johnston are organizations within the that they .are modifying their second kiln. Highway 100 '
churches. of .the church-\
t4 Sheila Johnston some
'\ ; ; Morning Worship.1000: a. m.
lro Mayfield es and individuals plan. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .
Cathy Church School..__10:OO a. m.
ning to make contributions.As CARD OF THANKS
Debbie Meekins (Continued from Page 2) Holy Communion first -
Sunday
i. Roberta Mitchell ...' yet no notification to the "throw-in" a piece of liver for May I take this method of of each month
director has been received.
?. Jan Perryman the cat, when we bought our thanking my friends for their
The deadline for memorial
a Daniel Stefllk meat. The bakery would nev: First
gifts will terminate as of July many cards, visits, flowers, Baptist ChurchN. .
Kenneth Taylor er forget to pass out some calls and during Central Ave.,
. r 1st of this year. The individuals prayers my Flagler Beach
,
.,
Denise Tucker who' have contributed cookies to the youngsters as recent confinement in thehospital. Rer. Max HalL Pastor

Kenneth Tucker goodwill gesture. ., Sunday School..9:45
towards the chapel' and,memorial a. m.
.,. Cherry Wadsworth section of the plaque Then came the big grocery I also wish to express my Worship Service..11:00: a. m/
Stella Weaver
have names added to it and super markets that took the appreciation to the doctors Prayers Meeting Wednesday. at
is on display in the chapel for place of the little stare on,the and staff at Bunnell General 7 p. m.Community. '

interested ,individuals. If you corner. ,Most folks could only Hospital for their many''kind. Hymn Sing first /"
'
3 Gallons Latex wish to have your name appear reach these by car and we nesses. Sundayof each month 7 p. m. '
Free Cholee of TO missed the convenienceand .
really *
Interior or on this plaque as a.contributor My sincere thanks and

YE MANS$5.75/-/ or you wish to memorialize fashioned friendliness grocery.of the old- gratitude for these \kind ex ATTEND THE
of
PAINT some your loved pressions.
NOVA HO ones please contact the director Then* camas/; 7Eleven. with CHURCH OF YOUR
1826
Ormond BearH as soon as possible. modern well stocked stores Ray Smith CHOICE ON SUNDAY
Ph..n. 0'17'-1'1020 open from 7 d. m. to 11 p. m.

Florida Development Com as well as Sunday and holidays
TROOPER BILL SAYS mission Executive Director and 'we came to feel WATCH FOR PLANS. Florida workers covered by

RENEW YOURDRIVER'S Don D.. ,Melklejohn will be toward the 7-Eleven man as FOR JULY FOURTHCELEBRATION Act-Insurance the Worwmen's Compensation
for
those Injured
LICENSE the keynote speaker at the we used to feel toward the
Pan old AU becausea or killed on the job-
American groceryman.
Hospitality Exposition
DURING YOUR ; AT increased by 191,400 during '
Oct. 8, at Miami young man in,Dallas had. an
.
BIRTH MONTH Beach. Idea. 1968 says the Florida Industrial
FLAGLER BEACH
.
.. Commission.
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TRIBUNE 'THURS., JUNE 19. 1969
-- -- FLAGLER
KING CREWS 4-THE _
k MARRIAGE

FRIDAY. JUNE 20

Mrs. Joann Crews and Herschel -

C. King Sr. will be mar 71 "
iced Friday evening June 20
I
,at eight o'clock In a candle. -r--- '
light ceremony at the Bunnell
First Baptist Church. The Rev.

Tpm Pinner, North Hlleah
Baptist Church, will performthe
; double'ring ceremony.
There will be a reception
afterward at the Bunnell L
"
Civic Center.
r,
I ,
All friends and relatives of .b

the couple are invited to both

the ceremony and reception.No .
invitations are being sent.

m. x x a

. MR. AND MRS. JESSE H. McKNIGHT, III TANNER- A,.
t GOHEEN
I McKNIGHT-CHOMEY Florida Miss Katherine ENGAGEMENTMr. ---
Brown, Jacksonville Florida, MRS. J. H. McKNIGHT, HI, recent (bride was honored at a
NUPTIALS Miss Katherine Driscoll West and Mrs. Robert M. Go- bridal shower Wednesday morning' at the home. of Mrs. Z. G.

". SOLEMNIZEDMiss Palm Beach, Florida and Miss heen, St. Petersburg, have announced Holland, Jr., 707 West Moody Blvd., Bunnell. Cohostess at the
Sue Connie Miller West Palm the engagement of affair Mrs. W. W. Deen.
Carolyn Chomey lovely was
their Marsha Nan,
daughter of :Mr. John P. Beach, Florida. to John daughter W. Tanner, Jr., Flagler The honored guest second from right is shown with her
Chomey Jr., Fort Wayne Indiana The maid of honor wore a Beach. mother in law Mrs. J. H. McKnight Jr., and hostesses Mrs. Holland -
,, and Mrs. Marie D. Bar- gold chiffon over taffeta
left.
Ant: August wedding is right and Mrs. Deen
to, Fort Lauderdale Florida gown, with empire waist and planned at St. Petersburg.Miss White carnations and daisies artistically arranged in a silver

was married to Jesse Hildreth long chiffon sleeves with Goheen, who lives at bowl formed the centerpiece for the serving table," which was
McKnight. Ill son of Mr. and tight cuffs. The bridesmaidswore 1 Ocean 'Crest Drive, Ormond covered with a white ,linen cloth. Colas served from a crystal
dresses identical to the
Mrs. J. H. :McKnight Jr.r Flag-
:,:', ler Beach Florida at an eleven maid of honor in yellow chif. Beach, Is a native of St. Petersburg bowl and coffee accompanied the 'other dainty party foods. As..

,,' o'clock nuptual mass Sat fon. Each wore a head pieceof and moved to Day- sisting with ,the serving were Mrs.Floyd Tingley and Mrs. H. V.
tona Beach' In'March. She was
,
urday,June 7th at St. Thomas short net veil with match. graduated from the University Peavy. J I '
More Catholic Church Florida ing bow and carried a match- of Florida last June where Gifts for the honoree were displayed on tables arranged In

State University Campus long stemmed rose VIth green she was a member of Chi the dentLEAVES
Tallahassee Florida. The Rev- streamers.
Omega sorority and was first
erend Father William Stahler Bruce Mills' Bartow ..Flori runner up In the Miss Univer- FORSUMMER HOME FROM COLLEGE
officiated. da, was best man. Ushers SCHOOL :Miss Vicki King Florida
The bride given in mar were Dave Marsh, Venice, Miss Carol Lynda Townsend State University, is spendingher
riage by her father wore anA Florida Robert Schrieber Fort Haw Creek, left Mondayfor summer vacation In Bun-
.I, line white satin gown fashioned Pierce, Florida Dan Merkle Florida Southern Collegeat nell visiting her father, H. C.
with empire waist Sarasota, Florida and Lock- S4'1 S: SS- Lakeland to attend summer King.
round neck and long bell wood Smith. St. Augustine. school.

sleeves. Alencon lace edged Florida.A Miss Townsend is 1969
+ a
rf MINCHEW
r
$
HARMON
the neck sleeves, hem line reception was held im- r' *- graduate; of Bunnell High JAMES
and train Her shoulder length mediately following the wed School. JH.
,veil was attached to a match- ding. The bride's parents Sgt. and Mrs. James Min-

ing satin bow. She carried a gave a breakfast and dinner Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis of chew Bunnell, are parents ofa
nosegay of white rosebuds for the bride and groom and ; Gainesville are visiting at ten pound-five ounce son

and shasta daisies. families.Mr. ; 4 S Bimini with, her parents, 'Mr.. born. Friday. June 13, at Flag-

Miss Roslynn Koon of Jack ,and Mrs. McKnight will : and Mrs. T. E., Lovelace, Jr. ler, Hospital St. Augustine.He .
sonville, Florida, was maid of reside in Auburn, Alabama, ,-- has been named James
honor. Attendants.. were Miss where Mr. McKnight will be a u A. TENN. VISITORSDr. Harmon Minchew Jr..
"Jeanne Knorr, Mount Dora, student at Auburn University. Yi'S' ; S E. L.. Caudill, Julian Mrs. Virginia Wyndham
CaUdill and Tom Caudill of Bunnell, is the maternal

N. J. VISITORS VFW AUXILIARY Ellzabethton, Tenn. have grandmother. The paternal
r been visiting in Bunnell 'with grandparents are Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Neill Lynch Mrs. J., Minchew' Bimini.,
CONTRIBUTES Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden ,. j ,
North Brunswick, N. J.- are while
vacationing at Ormond
visiting at Flagler Beach with VFW Auxiliary, members Beach. RETURN HOME '
'
j ;,I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. voted to contribute $3O to ,
1 Robert Williamson. MISS, GOHEEN; 1 +;Mrv and Mrs. Arthur Dur-
Bunnell General Hospital sity of Florida: 1966.67 con- RETURNS HOME FROM N. C. chimer, Jr. and children left
Weekend houseguest at ,Chapel Fund when they met '
1 the Williamson home The contribution test. She also belonged to the Mrs. Dave Perryman and 4 t. Sunday to return. to their
was Monday night. ,
George Wingenfeld. West will be presented in Debutante Club of St. Petersburg : daughters Kay ,and Jan droveto home in Tifton, Ga.' after
Palm Beach. of and was named Sun North Carolina last week spending a week at the Allen
Auxiliary mem
memory
bers, Mrs. Clarise Teters and Goddess'of St. Petersburg, to take Kay to Brevard where, beach house atFLagler, Beach.
i Mrs. Natlle Hannah. 19661967. She worked for Pan she attended the Patsy Neal
TO VISIT IN W. VA. American World Airways as Basketball School a week and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker
'I. Members contributed to the a stewardess from June 1968,1, then to Black Mountain have returned home from
j Miss, Santa and N. 'C.
Bradley
"toy box fund" being spon through March 1969, and now where Kay will a 4three-day cruise to Nassau
,Miss Eloise McClure left last sored by the local organization. spend a .

'' works for the Volusia County month .at Camp Merri-Mac aboard. the Flavia.
week for Princeton, W. Va. The toy' box will be School Board 'as an attend. Mrs. ''Perryman'and Jan re -
\ ,where they will spend the placed in the Bunnell General ance assistant.. turned home Saturday. Barbara, Branton of Palatkawas

summer months visiting with Hospital lobby. Mr. Tanner:. is .the son of the weekend houseguest
their parents. Mrs. Sam Smith was initiated Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Ram. VISITS SISTERMr. of Cheryl McGriff last week-
as a new member. sey Bunnell. He is a native end.
Three membership applica Daytonan and a 1967 graduate and Mrs. Ralph L. Rose
BEACH GUESTS tions were also accepted.The of the University of Florida arrived today to spend several Miss Mary Cook visited In
group voted to sponsor College of Law where he days in Bunnell visiting ,Daytona Beach'' last week
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Suther Miss Marcia Johnston in the was a member of Sigma ,Alpha -/ with his sister and brother In with her brother and' sister In
land and Jesse Swords of VeTo law, Mr. and Mrs. Benny law i Ir.
July Fourth Miss Flagler Epsilon, social fraternity, \ and Mrs. Mike Cook
Black. '
Beach spent last week at County Contest. and Delta Theta Phi, legal and daughters.

r the Eisenbach beach cottageat Members two fraternity. He's a member of ""."".".I. II.'It!.,,,,.,'"_...._...._...._...._,..,_
Flagler Beach. prepared gift Ii iTiiTi iTiii! ifit r.ti iF.ti iF.f.iF.f..:OO: !ll! !
it.
boxes for servicemen at Viet- the Florida Bar Assn., and i.1.11.11 Ii.1.Ii 0 iiT Ir.1i iTiTi TiTi iTiTi TiTi iTii1i iTiTiir.Ti iTiTi iT iTi..;
They visited in Bunnell nam. the Volusia County Bar.Assn. i I I1m
with Mrs. Sutherland's moth-. He Is administrative assistantto
err Mrs. H. A. Eisenbach and the State Attorney and an
i \ Mr. and Mrs. C. B.. Eiseibach McKNIGHT-CHOMEY associate of, the law office of SNEAK PREVIEWAT

f ,and family, French C. Davis. He was an ifi
REHEARSAL PARTY officer with the 4th Infantry t;'' m

j doityourselfTHRIFT Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred C. Div. ;
f-
Vaxn entertained the
i members Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zale-
,/ of the McKndght-Chomey wski and children Nancy and I1i

wedding Friday at evening a rehearsal, June, partyon 6th, Jimmy of ,Indianapolis, Ind. .j Bunnell
are spending two weeks
vacation
COIN CAR WASH at their home at 705 Kennil- -lij
visiting In. Bunnell with '

25'y' worth ida with arrangement Road a buffet Tallahassee supper.An of daisies.Flor his parents Zalewski., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew II I i' \ Cinema AI iti


formed the centerpiece for the RETURNS TO MASS., '
Famous pressure dining table overlaid with a Tony Parker has 'returnedto
spray
gives your car a "long-last white cloth with lighted candles Cambridge Mass after several .j THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY m I
'. ing lustre" . leaves It like placed at either end. days visit In Bunnell
new again. New cars washed Guests were seated at various with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'r 7 AND 9P.M.
regularly with Tnrllt-T scientific tables, decorated with lighted Marvin Parker.,
r formula do not need to tapers and arrangements of Tony will be employed with "CALL / 3
be waxed or polished. .ever. daisies. Hadcq. Electric ''Circuit Co. ME BWANA ; ,

Come on out and try it. Guests Included the mem during the summer months.Mr. it- BOB ,
bers of the wedding and Mr. HOPE m

THRIFTCAR and Mrs. John P. Chomey, Jr., and Mrs. 'RIchard Can- t ', AND ii
Mr .and Mrs. Clement Gibson troll and Mrs: C. H* Muzykaof ANITA EKBERG :
and Mr. Jack Chomey of Fort Orlando ,visited in Bunnell SPECIAL
Wayne, Indiana, Mrs. MarieD. Tuesday with friends and rel LpW PRICES :111-111iii
!: WASH Barto, Fort Lauderdale, atives. ADULTS SOc CHILDREN, 35c

fi- Florida Mrs. J. H. McKnight, ,,_ALSO CARTOON ,
US'' 1 Flagler Beach and Mr. and r Mrs. Robert Smedley of CARNIVAL II
BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA Mrs. Claude G. Varn', St. Aug. Jones. Ala., arrived Tuesday !I STILL REMODELING-COME ANYWAYn'
P.: S.. Don't forget to do c your ustlne and Mr. and Mrs. to spend a :week at Flagler ,
laundry at Amy's Laundry. George Davenport, Tallahas Beach visiting her parents !i!!
"" ., see.' Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Robertson. r. ifiIi mJ _.::3 I -




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,;: CAMPGROUND FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUHS.. JUNE 19 1969
-: __ -____FLAGLER___ .w.BEACH. _. .____ STATE PARK ._____.. 5-THE _. _

: iF CITY OF BUNNELL H. R. BENTLEY .'.

ELECTED MEMBER J
W. HUNTERAS
HIRES AMERICAN ACADEMY J

POLICE CHIEF The American Academy of ,
t J1iitii Medical Administrators a/ru-/ '

Bunncll City Commissioners nounced today ,that Homer R

dismissed Jack Black who Bentley Administrative Director 2

had been the city's Police Bunnell General lIas,1,1;

Chief about six months and pital has been elected as a j I

hired Wilfred Hunter to re. member. This honor is con- \

place him when they met ferred upon those whose spec- '

Monday night. Black, whose ial qualifications in medical ,

dismissal was effective Immediately administration merit such, .,'"

was to receive two recognition.The. .

weeks additional pay In the Academy Is an International ,

amount of $225. The com- professional, society, '

missioners gave no reason for some 6f the aims of which, are
dicharging Black. Hunter a to encourage and foster a F.I

$ _____ former City Police Chief and scientific approach to the' \1r

; County Deputy Sheriff was practice of medical administration ",

: -I hired at a salary of $550 a ; provide a means of

month.In intercommunication; promote

other action Monday .. conduct and foster educational '

night the commission: courses In this specialty;

RECEIVED an offer from establish and maintain ,a criterion :

Florida Forest Service to furn of competency for those y

____ .. engaged In this
MNMM-H-!** jj i\ "\\ .m nj''ii"H-inmmmm>i i "n*x>iiiin** 'i tiiii> inMa iii >iii t mmmmt\m P M.-M fire .truck for profession; .J
ish the city a
Even .wr i. the- dd1dght';; camping units nearly completed and already in use. use outside the city limits. and to provide for recognition 1

I the Flagler Beach State Park is usually filled to capacity every night. Thirty-four campsitesare The commission agreed to by means of fellowships, ,1 y

now being occupied. The campground is unique in that it is located right on, the ocean front man, house and maintain the scholarships. and grants.to fj

where swimming. fishing and shell: collecting are popular with the many visitors.. truck for calls outside the city those who are doing notewor- :
... they service In this endeavor. S
} << ,
R K -r;: 9y',-fim: fV' Y,4 r limits, provided the County
J .. '/
_
'rmJ" ilfi .AA. Commission will furnish the
e ;, :: : ''"' O. F. ALFORD equipment for the truck and ATTEND FUNERAL '
SERVICES IN CA. .
.. 'iI'f 1i1 insurance coverage. i
"
'I, : t <'! '., ,,< Rea! Estate Broker Announced there would be Mr., and Mrs. Lloyd Robertson !

?. ;."j. '... .. have returned home from ,
.
x .ftfiH:"' Registered , .. ; : Baxley Georgia where they j
fora
: : : 7:30 p. m. to discuss plans
Z i., .: :: BunnelL Florida mobile home site, rentals were called due to the death, '

; '" -- and purchases with J. I.. of Mrs. Robertson's grandmother -

Townsend, Daytona Beach. Mrs.: Rebecca Sum-
merall. I
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING 1
V CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Summerall 92, passed
away Thursday. Funeral
E
:With deepest! gratitude we services
.; ..,w ''extend this word of thanksfor at were Baxley Saturday afternoon -

the ninny kind acts'of
I" ga !
;
.r_ sympathy expressed by ,our LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT _

thoughtful friends. IN, THE' COUNTY JUDGES
We;" also express ,our' deep COURT. IN AND FOR KL.A4.iLER :

TROPIC GARDENS appreciation to the 'dOctors IN PROIIATE COUNTY .LOIUDA. :

and personnel at Bunnell NO. Oil
Let us help beautify Flagler
for their IN RE: ESTATE OF i
County. Large variety of ever General Hospital LONNIE MAE SPEARMAN

greens, palms, hedge plants. many kindnesses.' NOTICE Deceased.TO CREDITORS
kindnesses have
5}_ miles S''of Bunnell on These To all creditors and all persona
meant much to us. having claims or demands
Directly ,across the highway from the campground lies the U. ,S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc against said estate:

beautiful and spacious recreation ,area. Available for public The Family of You. and each of you. are here-
by notified and required to'
present -
endoyment are a: boat ramp, fishing, picnic tables, shelters, outdoor SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Mrs. Ruth Watkins any claims and demands

grills and children's playground. These facilities are not fields Installed: Rota-Rotez LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN have which against you or the either estate of you.of LON-may

used to capacity. Park Superintendent...Wayne Edwards''''encourages snail shell. Reasonable 4373410SINGERr1968 prices. NIE late of MAE Flagler SPEARMAN County.deceased Florida

the residents of Flagler County to make use of these excellent Call George ; Jarosz. THE CIIICUIT COURT SEVENTH to the County Judge of Flagler
8-1-tf JUDICIAL CIRCUIT County at his
office In the County -
facilities. r V __ ,.i.:I:: IN AND FOIL KIAGI.EROOUNTY of Courthouse in n
Kt.on.IDA.CASK ler' County, Florida, within\\ six
NO. S72 DIV. E months from the date of first
model, $47.63 DIANNA LYNN CASSELL. publication of this notice.
CUSTOM KITCHENS cash or 6 payments at $9.00 a Plaintiff Each claim or demand must be
BUNNELL ; VS. In writing and must state the i.;
month. Zigzag, fancy stitch BOBBY J. .CASSELL.Defendant. place of residence and poatofflce
darns ,, and makes address of the claimant and ,
monograms
107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 NOTICE OK SUIT must be sworn to by the claimant -
button holes and sews on ,IN THE NAME OF THE STATE his agent, or his attorney*
BUNNELL, FLORIDA buttons without attachments. OF FLORIDA: or It will be barred according-
TO: Bobby J. Cassellco
FREE ESTIMATES ,Guarantee still good. For more Garland Cassell. law.DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
information call: 734-OO18. or 1410 Og don StreetGreensboro TION; June 12. 1969.

BAR FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS write: Service Sewing Center YOU ARE ,HEREBY North Carolina NOTIFIED Dorothy Administratrix S. Mooreas of the

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER .STATIONS: P. O. Box 393, DeLand Flor has that been an filed action against for you divorce and Estate SPEARMAN of LONNIE Deceased.MAE'

'' :COUNTERS. ida' 32720.. May 15, TFC you are required to serve a copy DUFFETT, BARRY AND SEPS
,LAUNDRY' AND DRY CLEANING _
of your written defense If any. 12O East Granada Avenue
to It on GILLESPIE AND GILL- (P. O. Box 2633)
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Call Bob', for lawn maintenance ESPIE. Attorneys for Plaintiff Ormond Beach Florida'' 32074
whose address la 233 North ATTORNEYS
BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST": BARS -painting inside or outside Causeway. P. O. Box 580. New ADMINISTRATRIX.FOR "

Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts, -small' repair'' and odd the Smyrna original Beach.with Florida the Clerk and file of 'June'12, 19, 26. July 3,. 4tc

.. Jobs. Call 4392502. May 22,2tc the above styled Court on or before ...
FINE HARDWOODS July 14. 1969; otherwise aJudgment
'WAITRESS WANTEDApplyIn may be entered againstyou LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now Servingall for the relief demanded In
person from 11 a. m.-10 the complaint. POSTPONEMENT, OK I1IDOHKNINO
75 mile rad. of Bunnell.
in
areas hand and seal
p. m. 'at AlA Restaurant, WITNESS my
437-3928 of said Court this 4th day of The Housing Authority of the
CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night Flagler Beach. June 19, Itc. June. 1969. County oft Flagler. Florida,- will
PLANNING ARIIANGEDHEADQUARTERS ( postpone the opening of bids for
EVENING, SEAL s/ George M. :Moody the construction of Low Rent
WANTED WAITRESSES Clerk of above styledGILLESPIE Housing Project Fla 30-3 at'

Opening new 24 hour diner: Court AND GILLESPIE J Bunnell.27 buildings Florida containing consisting 60 of
need waitresses all shifts. Attorneys for Plaintiff dwelling units .ahd other improvements -
233 North Causeway 2.00: p. m." K.
FOR Good .salary-good working P. O. Box 580 D. T. on heu 24th day of July i ,
conditions Lester's Diner 611 New Smyrna Beach. Florida 1969,
Bye/ J. U. Gilleaple. of Counsel THE HOUSING AUTHORITY -
Volusia, Ave., Daytona Beach. June 12. 19. 86. July 3. 4tc OF THE COUNTY'
FISHING TACKLE, BAR B QUE June 19, 2tc. OF FLAGLER FLORIDA
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT By M B MCDANIEL
\ \ < _______________ EXECUTIVE: DIRECTOR
GRILLS AND FLOATS sectional June 12.; 19. -26, July 3. 4tc.
Used three-piece IEVKftTlf
IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT -
with 'built-in end tables- JUDICIAL CIIICUIT.
ATLANTIC HARDWARE, & IN AND S Oil. FLAGLEIt
$42.00. Jerry's' Furniture, Old COUNTY. FLORIDA. .
Dixie Highway Phone 437- CASE NO. B7T DIVISION D

.' SUPPLY CO., Inc. 3752 June 19, :1tc. JOHN B.Plaintiff LOVELY. I PLAZATHEATRE

"- .
: MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH GLADYS M"LOVELYi. l
.. SPINNET STYLE PIANO to Defendant. i
PHONE 439.2303 local NOTICE OK SUIT ]
transfer to good home. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Simply assume small pay OF FLORIDA: AZALEA PLAZA

I ments..Will transfer and fully TO: Gladys M. Lovely PALATKA
28 Cottage Avenue;
guarantee. Write: Gulf Coast West Carrollton Ohio
Piano Co, 600' Ohio Ave.. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -

# Lynn Haven, Fla 32444 ,1tc. has that been an filed action against for.you divorce and THUHS. FRL SAT.
you are required to serve a copy
of your, written defenses if any..
"MY
SIDE of the
; 1lPi' ;: after you see to It on GILLESPIE AND GILL-
0 1< SPIE. Attorneys for Plaintiff
I LADIES whose address In 233 North MOUNTAIN"AND
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your doctor. Causeway P. O. Box 580. New
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WOULD YOU LIKE' Smyrna each. Florida, and Ale
TO OWN YOUR OWN the original with the Clerk of {
bring yourprescription the above styled court on or
SHOP?
DRESS, before July 21st. 1969; other- "SHAKIEST,GUNin
wise a judgment may be enter-
oe to. VERY INVESTMENT ed against you for the relief demand..d the WEST"SUN.

10000.00 to $15,000.00 Mdse. WITNESS In' the my complaint.hand and seal
-ti'p No cost to you. of aaid Court this 10th day of

n9v National Million Dollar Chain June /1969.-/. George M. 'Moody
.A'l will train and supervise 'till you ,Clerk Circuit Court.. MON. TUES. WED.

>tLtiq know how. OILLIlA'f; 'e AND' County GILLESPJE I Florida.I "HOW TO COMMIT

Write P. O. Box 916 Attorneys for Plaintiff
Professional Bldg. 233 North Causeway
BAINBRIDCE, CA. New sj/mJ u *ch. MARRIAGE"r
By / u. Giiiespie of Counsel r
June 13. 19. ft July 3., 4tc.

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c GIFT FOR HOSPITAL-Shown above with a wheelchair which
,, Jim Booe Chapter of Disabled American Veterans donated to son of :
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Bunnell General Hospital are from left Harold Higginbotham' ed from ,, .
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: DAV committee chairman; Walter Wilkins; post commander; tary
Dr. John M. Canakaris. hospital owner; John Lutton, Gilbert two high
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State Convention. They will return home. Sunday after structing !
attending .the four-day meeting. "
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FLAGLERTRIBUNE. THDHS. JUNE 19. 1969 Ing at Fort Bennlng' Ga., Is Bunnell with his parents, Mr.arid CALENDAR OF

spending a leave at Flagler Mri Chet Parker.

About The Alacrity will also visit Beach visiting his parents Gould, stationed aboard the EVENTS
ports in Italy Greece and Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Kendall.
USS Guam, recently completed 19
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Spain' tie
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(Our Servicemen : He leaves June 30 to reportfor a tour of duty in the Caribbean Beach City: ,Commission meets

duty with (the US Army at off Puerto Rico. The ".'
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R., E. ALLISON COMPLETESBASIC Augusta Ga. serviceman received a letter of *: li

SERVING ABOARD TRAINING commendation for service Saturday; June 21: Summertime -

while serving aboard the arrives at 8:55 a. m. oJ",
USS ALACRITY Airman Sherman I. Torrance Sgt. Robert McDanlel US ship.

Fireman Raymond E. Allison Jr., son of Mrs. Annie Air Force, arrived home Sun. I Monday, June 23: Flagler I..
USN of M. Torrance R. R. l, Bunnell day to spend two weeks leave Beach Lions 'Club meeting at I
on Mr. and Mrs.
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Lonnie E. Allison has completed basic training with his parents,Mr. and Mrs. THANK YOU 7:30 p. m. In the meeting: J
Bunnell
Is serving aboard the- ocean at Lackland AFB Tex. He Is Martin McDaniel: at Flagler The Youth Action Club room at the Mllland Hotel,

minesweeper USS s Alacrity remaining at Lackland for Beach. ". would*like to take this oppor Hwy. A1A, Flagler Beach.

with the U. S. Sixth Fleet In training' as a security police- Sgt.. McDaniel Is stationedat tunity to thank the Disabled (-0-)

the Mediterranean Sea. man. Airman Torrance is a Key West with the Air American Veterans Jim Booe Royal Neighbors will meetat

graduate of Mainland Senior Force Detachment 332ndAir Chapter NQ. 93' and Flagler 7:30 p. m. at the home of
The ship will participate In High School Daytona Beach. Division. Beach Lions Club for their Mrs. W. H. Wells East Moody

amphibious and mine 'warfare sdppo'rt of YAC activities dur Blvd., Bunnell. Mrs Otis ..

oceanographic exercises data and for collect the HOME ON LEAVEPvt. Shlpfltter Third Class Gerald ing the year:, and hope that Magee, Oracle, will preside.

Navy. Scott Wilder, who re: F. Gould, US Navy, is they Will continue to do so. Tuesday, June 24: Bunnell

Gently completed basic .train:_ spending seven days_ leave in Mrs. Mary' Gurnee Lions Club luncheon-meeting'

at 12:15: at ;the Bunnell. Civic


floridians May Enjoy 62 State Parks July 4 Center.Order Eastern(-0-)Star Chapter .


r No. 93 meets at 8 p. m. In the 2:
f 7 Bas"fM r a nor,lo i avaiua Masonic Hall, S. Bay St., Bunf"

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x .oMednniCN w ,. State University, at the com-
? mencement at Doak S. Campbell

wo.vn '' ar..r. /MNN L wruawuam Stadium in TallahasseeJune .

o4. wAaiMOroN oAU oAAOaw 1. The received, a Bachelor -
FAWOMr of Arts degree from the

C nAOwAON College of Arts and Sciences'
t ,-,' .'. ain "
i :". -'. ': ..ULOwaANAraN with a major in English anda
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''a .. aiva r..... .i.". diploma from Bunnell
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.. w i riNina raaio t High School In 1965. She received '
:i! :i" :a -;: w li L v It 'Z g isAa tAxs .ArKari.DADJ 4 HALL O an Associate of Arts
"6' :; :o i :' :- .= o g '; w ': .:l /IaW eNrliliA degree with honOrs' from Day-

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'a.am. Location ,+ .nee Beach Junior College she

Alfred B.I/aday Gard.na S MI.N.of Tallehase. -" * cASAixM irrA..cnatasia was, active in student government

Augustine Beach * is*'. n... ,. being elected a representative t'
u Bahia Honda Key *. her freshman year
Ba n Bay. 7 mi.west o Freeport ew.r.: ""' +
her
and vice-president sophomore I
lac water iv.r o Melton *
Ruins Bunoe ,,, year. She was also a
u ow o *
C+I.desi Island Offshore Dunedin sAAONU member of the Keyettes, a.,
S Cap. Florida Key Bi.cayne at Miami * '" aAru service Club active! on 'theeangus1

t h- n 4b,e i} : and amember: of the .
i %.minols' drama .club. She"was runner- '
Constitution Pat St.Jo. .....r oCn ?
i up in the Miss Daytona Beach
Crysta River .w. rysta n.r ""
: i A. r Junior College her sophomore-
c. Batt i. ushn. y 6riw! ciw
D.Bary all Ds8ar year.
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Favor-Dyes m. o t agusl ns *,* '. w ,AiibiorZaler Miss' Eisenbach was a member -
B.a At I.r ear * i
of the Student National
or'a .verns n. ananna * *
r 'Fort Clio .rnioi ni es * Education Association and '

Fort en m .matra % she was elected as "Little- ._
s, fat 6'k sna utoIPema.ola Teac * Sister" to the Circle K Club

t ran utter lnsant sack *"** rAnaam a service club on the campus -,
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, .. during her junior and
r Cannon Rocky Bayou m. icwr '* * *' .' eAKMi senior
Roess Gold Head ranch 6 mi. N. Keyslon.Hgt+. * * *' ',r '. rouia{aeaiiouGrayton a years.
Beach ra ton Beech * t, '". ;. She was very active In the
High ands Hammack m. .o nn * I. ;. Baptist Student Union and
Hill oroug Rivn m. W.o ep yrhi Is * was a member of the chorus I
Hontoon Island 13m S.W.oVDeland UNDER DEVELOPMENT 1 which presented ."Good .

Hugh Taylor uc t auer + * ,* News", a modern religious .' ..

Huguenot Memorial Fort Georg. .,". folk song group throughout { ,
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Fort Pierce -
Jack Island ,
John Beasley mi. .of t. Walton Bch. .','1" Florida and southern: Georgia. '..
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John Gorn. Apalachicola soiiii niea.A wohnPennekampCora Miss Eisenbach is presently '
Ree ay Largo * * ': dMsaNaavrlii.h employed in the office of
Jonathan Dickinson 3 ml.S.o Stuart * * '" NoioA Governor Claude R. Kirk Jr. ,
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Kings sy Plantation Fort ,.
as a correspondence supervisor.
a
orahan Estero * ./
Fruitland Par * / = .. Heidi is the daughter of
ks nffin \ .''
Little Talbot Island 1 ml. .of lacksonvil * -' \ yn h Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach.and .
Ceia Island .. the of Mrs.
,din Bice Mound Terra Ill. ... grandaughter _
Magnolia Lake ml.N.E.o eystone Hgts. * ... Neva B. Eisenbach of Bun
Manatee Springs mi. W.o C iellan * __ ,4d; nell.
P Myak a River 11 mi. E.o aruota * * ( -

r- 6 ml. .of Woodville r ,
Natural : :
Bridge :
'_ AAA New
New Smyrna Beach (lrom Holiday s Service)
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New Ruins- '
Smyrna 1
Ochlockanee River 3 mi.S.of Sopchoppy * ORLANDO Sixty-four state packs; four state forests
f 20 mi.s.of ake fly * *' and nine'national parks monuments and forests will draw

ono .of Dluste. Floridians in heavy numbers during the upcoming July .
2
Iusl.. Bolt efi.l m READ and USE :;
o spiry -* '* Fourth weekend.
m
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ahokee * ,* The AAA urges visitors and residents alike to get but and .

Ro Pahobe line S+nelurSt. ort eorgs enjoy themselves on the Independence Day weekend 9s HE WANT ADSEGULARLY I
.Andrews 3 mi. of Panama City Beach * -but to drive carefully and "Bring 'Em Back Alive!I"

r St.Joseph (T. N.Stone) Near Port St loo * For the third year. the AAA is joining with radio !
r St. Marks Aan television and newspaper sources in a massive statewide
i arcos Rnr.r 3 mi. w.of ir. ok * campaign to promote highway safety.
r tires uwanne.Rivers m .H.o snoods --k'--* "This July Fourth weekend will doubtless draw another
Beach * .. *, *
t I' mi. N.o ormon record number of fun and _sun seekers to beaches and
>r omok. urn of Bristo, Greensboro '* lakes," said James E. Hendry, chairman of'the Florida,

i urtle orny.Moun s mi.s.o New Smyrna Beach * Conference of AAA Motor ;Clubs. "Past experience has HASTINGS MATTRESS

t. Washmgtan Oa s ar en m .of Manne and established that the holiday weekend is not more dangerous & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
Nsw Berlin than any other weekend but that caution! and commonsense
y+ low B of ort 01 Homosass, arc the best insurance for safety on,the highways. 71O-12 Lemon St.
Yulae pull
Sugar whits Sprints *, Once again the AAA will operate its Holiday News Palatka; Florida

Stephen Foster memorial Comm. to mi. w.of Floriea City * * Service from Holiday Headquarters in Orlando during the Phone EA 5-9166

., Everglades Park Augustin July Fourth we dtNtienal Furniture, TTpholterino
,std o De San Marcos St Hour after hour throughout the long weekend, the AAA
Monument mi. w o Bueenton will issue bulletins giving latest information: on campsites Repaired & Refinished
D.Solo Naliena Memories 0 mi. .o ,cksanvi le available at the State Parks accommodations available in Mattresses. & Box Springs
ort ale ins ,bona, Monument Monument 2 mi. w. o Key Wet * resort areas road and traffic conditions and special reports Made to Order Also Renovated
ort anon mi. .o Sf. utwhn.rankhn on holiday activities. The bulletins will broadcast over
oil Matanzas ationa Monument eon, ibarty, * more than 150 radio stations throughout Florida and will be Call Laura Morris 437-3233
'\ pa a ico a ation+ cost Wakulla Countess issued to the wire services and newspapers. After 6:00 P. M.
Manon, Putn+m wunbes * * of Parks
+ The State Board and Historic Memorials is PRICES REASONABLE
ea a ationa oral 8a er, o umbra counties * geared for an 'avalanche .of visitors during the holiday.
crest
bona PLAN IF
BUDGET NEEDED
seen a Okalo is,, S+nb Rosa counties * Superintendents of each park wilt| be,in touch, with the AAA
Bl+ckwN.r Riser State Forest Duw Nassau counties to provide information. I Just as near as your

ry late crest was mgton, +ycounUes Winding up each bulletin will be a safety suggestion Phone or Post Office

wit ine ,woc et lab a t oral+u Drat Cdrus Sumter Hern.ndo countlaJ P+sco, * t f..., '" -. designed to help motorists to "Bring,.j, *, m Back Alive.I" Drop Us a Card or Call

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3-THE FLAGUSR TRIBUNE THUDS.. JUNE 19. 1969 ond game Monday night. club members and guests. MRS. CLEGG'S

Lawrency Turner paced Pier-- Music will be provided by FATHER DIES
The Methodist team defeat. son with 3 hits including a. the Paper Bridge Band from KENTUCKY ''I
ed the Wadsworth team 19.8 homerun. 8:30: to 12:00: p. m.I.I. IN '
iN"OlliimsE'S- in Thursday night's first ''A small admission will be Eberley Davis, '75, father.of- ". 1
_ game. Joe loran and Bobby Tonight the Methodist meet charged. Mrs.. George Cleggfc Bunnell, ;r.f.s" I
: Robinson led the Methodist the Jiffy players in ,the first died Saturday, June 7 at his .,. ,.
team with three hits each game and the Insurance team ELECTED TO STATE home at Sturgis, Ky. follow a a.
FLAGLER INSURANCE In the second game Thursday vs. Pierson. in the second ing a lengthy illness' '
Jiffy defeated Flagler Insurance game. BOARD OF b B CTOBS' Funeral services were Mon

TEAM LEADS IN 12.11 In a thrilling day at Sturgis. ti .'
game. Dewayne Metts paced / Flagler County Court Clerk He is survived by his wife,
SOFTBALL LEAGUE the winners with four hits. YAC DANCE George M. Moody, Flagler Kapple, Davis, Sturgis Ky.; a r I ;'
The Insurance team defeated Beach, was elected to the daughter, Mrs. Clegg Bun-
Flagler County Insurance FRIDAY NIGHT Board of Directors of the Florida ...
'Dell 'two sons. Charles Davis
team members have taken Wadsworth 22.7 in a slug. ; .. "
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first place In the Bunnell fest Monday night. Bill Naves AT FLAGLER BEACH Clerks Court and Robert Davis both of
at the annual ;
softball league standings.The and Murray Smith led the In state Sturgis, Ky.; and ten grand-
convention
at Palm
with The Youth Action Club is Beach last children. h
Pierson and Bunnell surance team four hits weekend.Mrs. .
Methodist teams are tied for each Including a home run sponsoring a dance Friday Mr. and ". Mrs. Clegg and
each. night June 20 at the Flagler Moody accompaniedMr. '
second place; Jiffy Food children, David and Susan
Stores third; and Wadsworth Pierson Standard, hombed .Beach United Methodist, Moody. ,to the threedaymeet. returned home Wednesday '

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