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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 26, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57 NO.. 27 THURSDAY, JUNE 26. 1969 53.50 A YEAR
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FIBERGLASS BOAT PLANT OPENS IN BUNNELL

r": Board Approves I A light industry opened In Bunnell last week, J & K Fiber' Bunnell. Hears ,.

glass Enterprises!,,,, Inc. began construction of fiberglass boats.
The plant was opened on US 1 In south Bunnell In a buildingformerly Mel Conner 1\\ "

: occupied by the Antique Shop.

>: .' Airport ContractThe The neW company is headed 'by President Bobbie Johnson ReportThe '

of Daytona Beach( and the Knight Brothers of Haw Creek. Gene Bunnell City Commission ..
Knight is vice president and M. B. '
McDaniel is secretary and met Monday night to
Flagler Board of County treasurer.
| hear the report of the community -
Commissioners met on Beach Bobbie Johnson has previously owned several businesses development survey
Flagler
,! Monday and Tuesday to including a construction/,business. lie is serving as purchasing being completed by Mel Con-
study and finally approve ,a agent. Sales will be handled Gene Associates. '
of Plans Big largely by Knight and Eldon ner .
.,; contract for the operation Knight.
'| Maps were displayed Indicating
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the Flagler Airport by Rellim
h Strops Inc.Rellim !. July FourthFlagler Presently,thcy are building on contract some 24 foot fishing the present thorough J
\ Strops Is a recently boats and plan soon to start construction on some 14 foot tri-' ,fare system and !the proposed
organized corporation which Beach has planned hull fishing' boats for general sales. Plans are under consideration thoroughfare system recom-
V't': is headed by C. B. Miller., ,. activities for entertainment, of, for building 30 foot house boats on contract only. 'mended for future years. It
a host of visitors on July 4th. provided several "non-stop"
': president. and his .son J. D.Jl' .
The main attraction will be streets that would carry traffic -
:, (Jack) Miller. The youngerMiller
L the 'beauty contest: to be held from Interior residentialareas
q" Instructor
Is instrument
an
I>; at city park at 6 p. m. Mrs. to the main business -
at
'well student
as as
Jasper White chairman for 'streets
Riddle Aviation College
Embry
r' the Flagler Woman's Club,
In Daytona Beach. A land use plan was pre .
said they have 20 beautiful
Motion was made by Commissioner sented and a new zoning or-
young ladies participating
George Wickllne dinance was reviewed.- It was
Ji, and seconded by Commissioner and they have 20 sponsors. decided that an additional
Miss
The winner of the
and meeting would be (needed to
A. R. Tucker approved contest will receivea '
I without to accept Flagler I study the proposed zoning
opposition
K", the contract as amended subject trophy and a twenty-five .ordinance in more detail.

::' to approval of Federal dollar Cecil savings Westbrook bond.will 'be In 44it Th J. L. Townsend, who owns

j Aviation Authority. charge of the fishing contest.:: ; about fifty acres on the Deen
has the, of Immediate Road to
Miller right Rules and prizes will be announced a presented a proposal
occupancy to make later.Fireworks the Commission for a 35 acre '

preparation for the, operation display will be mobile home site where the
of the airport as soon:as FAA featured' from .the pier at 4' pt lots.would be sold to permanent ,
approval Is obtained and the eventide with George .Wick- mobile home owners,
County has fulfilled their partof line serving as pyrotechnic- and'f a 10 acre mobile site for .

i, the contract. Ian. '*;: :-: rental units. .

\ The County is to clear grass Other entertainment will y ... Townsend'said the area
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'from all paved areas, tear Include a Little League baseball 1''''' ..r ::: 1\i-\ .'z would be landscaped streets

down an old concrete build. game on the Flagler Pictured ab6ve with one of the 24 foot boats under'construction paved;and the park would be ,
: ing panel the main office install Field 4 Also In such a manner: ,
Beach at p. m. are from the right Gene Knight 'and Eldon Knight and sec regulated
t certain light's on the. featured In. ,the program will ond from left is Jesse Brooks. that It would be an attractiveaddition

1 I ,runway and Maxi, strips? install be a.?Ladies/Softball :game, at, _.... ,.a.... _. ._..:__ ) to the city. .
a rotating beacon light, ,7 Pr.-m.,.following the, BeauBUNNELL The Commission indicated
+ install a lighted win-d tee,apd \ Ccrttestq.4 .'.' J....! the
_ty to
receptive
f "* .*_ ; ".' they were .
r" clear approaches 1.
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fc ? rpruposaI"but, would liketo .;"
The contract calf for Mill- > UlONS: f '
f : see a detail of 'the restrictions
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services er to provide when he asses op. CLOSE YEAR he was proposing for the operation
of the A meeting
park. -
eration: aircraft repair shop, The Bunnell Lions Club
date for further discussion :
,. aircraft storage, :sales of air, held their last luncheon-meetIng for '7th.
set
was July
b craft fuel, .install, "UNICON'communication of the year,this Tuesdayand
provide air gave reports as called for,, w c ... A public hearing will be required -

charter. service 'operate a by retiring President. Don Jor for rezoning of /tthe I
ground Instruction school and dan.' property on Deen Road before
provide aircraft rental service: Lion Fred Fruits gave a report the project can be approved.

Optional services Include on the by-laws changesand Dawkins Engineering Co.

cross country flights, passen, the club voted approval. discussed final plans with the
I ger flights, crop dusting pho Lion A. W. Tucker gave, a Commission for locating the

tographic flights,. car rentals' report on eyesight conservation : various pumping stations and;
and a restaurant or catiteen. He said the club had, the treatment plant for the

-,..,* The Board expressed their provided examinations and 4 city sewerage system. Plans '
..' Intent to complete their part glasses for five children dur are being finalized according '

... of the contract wltlhin thirty ing the year. to Dawkins for obtaining the
: Past President Leonard _. government loan to construct
that full operation
days so ,
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t.""',: ..::'. could begin in late July. Moody' of Fairfax County Va. Pictured above is President Bobbie Johnson, kneeling. and 'n the entire system.

i :'i-::I ';,.,;' The lease Is for one year visiting was a guest with of his the brother club. He Lion is Jesse Brooks who is production manager.
St tJ1" with options up to 24 years. Brooks'-has been In the fiberglass business for more than CABLE TV
k".:''Yi:f t),%*(. The: rental Is $100 a month George Moody.Fi.AGLERFfRCOUNTY. 15 years. '
for the first year which wouldbe FOR BUNNELL?
escalated each year so that /
the last year would bring the FUNERAL HELD F RNEMI L FqJ\ Costal Cable Company, Inc.,' "
county $1250 per month. SURVEY GROUP TUESDAY'' FOR which has the cable televis-
J Flagler County has been THIS MORNI G ion franchise for Bunnell has

; ,4 chosen at random to be a EVELYN WALTERS<< Mrs. Anna Mlkulka 80, of \ been informed by the Federal

CITY OFFICES part of a nation-wide$ survey Funeral services were held Korona passed away Monday Communications Commission

CLOSED JULY 4th of adults and 17 year olds* from the St.;Stephens Catholic afternoon at the Bunnell Gen- Washington D. C. they may
This is conduct ,eral She file a petition with the commission -
survey being Church at 9:30 Tuesday morn- Hospital. was born
., : City Hall at both Flagler ed by the Committee on As. Ing for Mrs. Evelyn E. Walters in Poland and moved to Ko- for authority 'to carry
'J Beach and Bunnell will 'be sessing the Progress of Educa who passed away June rona 51 years ago from Detroit the same signals that systemIn

., closed all day July 4th. tion. (CAPE) The survey will 18 at a St. Augustine hospital. Mich. She was a mem- Daytona Beach could. The
City Clerk Barbara McCabe actually be carried out by the Rev. Father Antonio Leon ber of the St. Mary's Catholic, report stated "If Flagler
of Bunnell advised that there Research Triangle Institute of officiated. Church of Korona. Beach Bunnell and Crescent
1 would be no garbage or trash North Carolina. They have Survivors Include three City are beyond the Grade A

; collection on July 4th. All collections hired Mrs. Mary Anders, of Mrs. Walters, 52 resided on daughters, Mrs. Marion Senetra contour of the Daytona Beach
.i. would be made: onT our own communuity to do, AlA North Flagler Beach. and Mrs. Bernice Hartleyof station no waiver of present
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." ;:r: July 3rd.TAXPAYERS. this assessing in Flagler and She was owner and operatorof Daytona Beach and Mrs. Section 74.1107 would be nec-
J Putnam counties., Mr. Ben Evelyn's Restaurant and Alice Johnston of Bunnell; 2 essary. However formal Commission -
I ; .f' ASSN. Bates a football coach from Bar.' She was serving as Secretary sons, Henry. Mikulka. Bunnell authorization' might
Palatka High School, is-co-or- of the Flagler County and Joe Mikulka of Korona. nevertheless be useful to clarify ..
I TO MEET MONDAY nailing the two'' counties, and Liquor Dealers Association. ,Also surviving are twelve your situation and remove ,-.

_ The Flagler Beach Taxpayers will be assisting, with some She was a member ,of St. grand children. any risk". ,
Association will meet at of the survey In Flagler Coun- Stephens Catholic Church. Funeral '''services will be The Costal Cable Company

the City Hall on Monday ey where needed. held at 9 a. m. this morning, Vice President D. J. McGIlli-
night, June 30, at 7:30, ,Association Mrs. Anders has stated that She was born i in Long Island (Thursday) from the St. cuddy stated in a letter to the '

president William G. she knows, Flagler' 'Cou N. Y. and moved to Mary's Catholic Church ,of Flagler. Tribune "It appears
Richter said today. residents will welcome the Flagler Beach eight years ago Korona ,with Rev. Father Antonio that our efforts have_ finally

All members are. urged to opportunity to be, a part of from Matawanv. N. J. Leon officiating. Inter- paid off. The F. C. C. letter
attend. this important rraltlon' -wide ment will follow at St. Mary's apparently opens the door for
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; ., ; survey. The 'other areas chosen Survivors 'include 'her mother cemetery us to obtain the necessary..

TIDE 'TABLE in Florida are: Jacksonville Mrs. Abagall'Wolf, Flagler Honorary pallbearers are F. C. C. authorizations so that

' Tides For June .26- uly 2 West' Palm Beach and Beach; 'a sister. Mrs.. Dorothy Jerry Slovak, Andrew Zalews- we may proceed with the construction "
HIGH LOW ,Miami D6rren of Anchara, Turkey. kl, John Cyzycki Alex Zysk. of the cable system.
Day A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Carnegie Corporation; and Active bearers are Stanley The television company
-: 26 4:24: 5:12 10:30: 11:24 the Ford Foundation's fund Pallbearers were: Lee Smigielskl, Jerry Krawczyk. officials met with the Commission .

27 5:30: '6:06: 11:30 11:59: for the Advancement'' of Education Drazba Jimmy Fields, Floyd Lee Drazba. Charley Smlglel- In Washington in

28 6:30: 7:06: 12:25: 12:24: have made'grants to Gossell, Roy Likins M. L.. ski, John Walkowlcz, and February concerning the F. C.
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.t' 29 7:30: 8:00: 1118! 1:20: support this survey. It will Johnson and Charles Walt Chester Trancynger.. C. rules which severely limit
30 8:24: 8:54: 2:12: 2:15 be conducted during June 23 Craig Funeral Home of Bun- ed the number of channelsthe
1 9:24: 9:48: 3:06: 3:12: unitll' such time in July whenit Craig Funeral Home "of Bun- nell are In charge of arrange. ; company ,could ,offer on

2 10:18: 10:42: 4:00: 4:06 Is, completed. ,nell was in charge. ments. their proposed system..



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THURSw JUNE 26.. 1969
2-TOE FXJIGX-JER TRIBUNE
OJljc 3Fla0lrr GIrilwnr'
EnterrJ: a... second class matter .
INCORPORATED February 6. 1913. at the post ** ct *
Dl1NNELL. KL.OHIDA omc $fat .D nneJJ. Florida .under, t'. < Western "FIRST CUT"
1W ii Lean
Act of March 3. 1876. o.
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PiOllN? 'CL1OO.!: ";' .: -5 :" f "' "( p' I
.'Editor: and i Publisher, /, lOc Per Copy j.:t ', ,DeCM.INC.,, r
BETTE 8_ tterJANIBL. Oa. Year '.._.._..._......-$3. i
New Editor Six Month,,.._.,....-....... .j uu,

o..lswaated ewBpapvr for an Out.lde Klaxler County
l*.fK.l Advertising ....00 Per. Year 1 <
EDITORIAL Ib. 58


FLAGLER IS "ON THE GO" -- _X sXVX .*X "
Do you get the impression as you look around you at things "
that are taking shape that we are "on the move" in Flagler U.: S. D. Av Choice'CHUCK I. .* : "- flb.
County? We do. We believe we are living in exciting times for
Flagler County-probably the most exciting since the "teens": ROAST I 68
when Bunnell, St. Johns Park, Haw Creek and Flagler Beach .
were being developed as communities and Flagler came forthas .
a county.

These things have not happened over night and, they have Choice JuicyiCUBE' C,
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not been the ;result of the efforts of any one person or one or
ganization. It is the result of the people of Flagler County Just 98
making up their minds to do something for themselves.We STEAK : lbm

were stirred with, pride last week as we read an editor
ial in The Florida Times-Union which said that when Flagler
County,faced economic depression after !the closing of the ce Frosty Acres '"SMOKED SHOULDER" SLICED FREE
ment plant and loss of traffic on US-1 they did not fold their
hand and give up. But, they went to work improving /Ithelr communities
so that they would be ready for a better day. PICNICS ib. 41 What are the things that excite us as signs of progress?
The City of Bunnell is finalizing plans,for a badly needed sew
erage system. They have spent considerable time in the plan.
ning and engineering work, and are getting .close to the action
stage. This was a necessity for a progressive community..
:The County Board has approved a'contract for the development 'O'Lean Frosty fiiNKSEAT"
of the airport: as an aviation center. ,It has taken waiT BACON
I- ,
time to work out the details.,But, a functioning airport can bea I' 1-
rIb.. (Each 45c) 12.oz.:
great asset to the future development of Flagler County. 53e 3 Pkgs.. $129

Mapco, a firm concentrating in aerial photography, is talking -
with the County Board about moving their headquartersto .WWWWWW-, .. .
Flagler Airport.They would erect ,a $25OOOO plant and employ Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & .D "CUT UP"
; about thirty persons. .
f \ Flagler Beach has completed a beautiful new municipal 'and :
POUND $189
r, p erhQt.se facilities. They have a first class library antI fire de- I 5
t partt lenL Now they are in the midst of. a cleanup and :fixup _
r;, program: of the ,business,area of the city. BAG

( Flagler Beach is making plans for improvement of the city
park, with a ,beautiful fountain and attractive grounds. This
f' could well IMS the focal point of Flagler Beach and a feature I IWESTERN
that visitors would 'well remember. ,I' .' I LEAN SPARE RIBS Ib.68'1
r The entire,county has been. working for the past year thru

f. Mel Conner and Associates for a community development plan. -.. ,... ...- ,. .-..- .. .
'' In other words, they have contracted professional planners to :. 7 .'! -
assist them in projected community'planning* on such things'as Van Camp' ". .w ",NoT.'30O;,Cant. t.... h-r;"
i zoning, thorofares land use,,long range budgeting, etc. K BEANS' 2 For Z9c SW|{F1''S, JEWELSHTENING; .

We listened as these plans were discussed with the City of AND- <. .
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r Bunnell this week and were impressed with the detail and No. ,2VktCanPEACHES I3
O'Sage s .. .,, .
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ft thoroughness of the planning. They will soon be at this stage For .t.

for county wide planning. 3 89C Ting
The City of Bunnell ,carefully planning the development "
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of a modern mobile home park which could be a real asset !ito Lyke's G. .' 4 oz. Can ''
the city. A proposal is also being made for the enlargement of VIENNA SAUSAGE 5 For $100SALT Limit'I'with;<$5.QO or&snore. food order I
the mobile park in Flagler Beach. We do not feel competent
discuss the validity of the proposed sites, but we do feel that 26 oz. Box
mobile parks, if properly controlled, are a very useful part of
I the.growth of communities. Z For Z5C i Pillsbury's ,(Sweet:?or Buttermilk)

K t. ?. Flagler Housing Authority is in the bidding stage for a
large expansion of the government housing project in Bunnell.' 16 :oz. (6-Pac"Carton!) Plus ,Deposit BISCUITS
.:. This not only provides good housing for lower income citizens
,:. who cannot afford to buy or build; but, it helps eliminate many R C COLA.Each 39* I 8 Can
:, of the shacks in the southern, community of Bunnell. oz.Each 5e
A much needed. parking lot behind !the,county,court house Is"f
r ( in the !bidding stage by the County Board* Plans are underway # NorthernKITCHEN Limit 4 with,$5.00 or.more food order
;,'\ for widening and resurfacing the highway between Bunnell and
", Flagler Beach. TOWELS
,; Marco Polo Park and ITT-Rayonler projects are not really a FROZEN FOODS -
c'r part of our doing; but, they can be an integral part of our total Pkg. .
progress.The prospects are unlimited if we are able to take advantage of 2 19c Frosty Acres 6 oz. (Can
of them.
There are, of course, some areas where progress is lacking.We Limit 1 with $5.00 or: more food order: LEMONADE Each lOc
,are disappointed that business people have not supportedthe
efforts to make a more effective,Chamber of Commerce. A, Mrs. Paul's 9 Oz. Pkg.
few of the officers and directors have carried the load, but, by FRESH PRODUCE Ea.
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and large, the business community has only talked about how FISH STICKS 3ge
bad business is and done little to keep pace with- progress Sweet Juicy'LdpES
around them.
We are disappointed that the School Board has not come upwith 4 For $1 i
a united program for next year.. But, they have,a nucleus CHEER
J of a competent administrative and instructional staff so that California SeedlessGRAPES
once plans are ,agreed upon we can hope to have a continued lb. '
good educational program. 39* Regular
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';, ,; This article has !been longer than we Intended, but you can 2 Size 4" 9'
... tell that we are excited about the Future 'of Flagler and we. fresh Syr et .- )...,. .

r/ want you to share\ In' the anticipation. CORN 1O Ears 59C : Limit 2 with $5.00 of more'food order
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.. JACK 'McCABE, Owner

... STOP IN AND VISIT WITH US ,OPEN SUNDAYS' Phone 437-3227
r.' 8:00 a.m.--1OO p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices
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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., JUNE 26 1 9I u, ',.: '-' FLAGLER COUNTY


I -. n*' A Profile Of Our Druggist I _. ,. \.I-\IB. CHURCH DIRECTORY


Professional Many Adviser, Solid Cit&enj I. l nwst CATHOLIC CHURCHES

The Rev. Father Anthony
Do you, rely on your ,. ,l '. .... k. '* .. --"" Leon Pastor ?

community pharmacist' -4 \\\\\ IjlEmblem /; .. f\: i .
'I1f1111.f ;: EARL WILDER SERVICES Si. Marys Church Korona
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SUNDAY
Almost everybody does.A Sunday Mass\ ....,.. 7:30: a.. m.
new survey sponsored NEW METHODIST CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Weekday Masses: Monday.

by the National Associationof PASTOR HERE.' Wednesday and Friday, 8:30
Retail Druggists CHURCHES JUNE 29' a. m.Blessed.
spokesman for. 40,000 t. Rev. Earl Wilder, recently '-
independent retail drug stores apolnted by the Florida Methodist "If ye Jove' me And Keep I will my Sacrament Chapel

all across the nation tells us Conference as Pastor of command ments. Flagler Beach

just how vitally important the the First United' Methodist pray the Father, and he shall Sunday Mass ............9:00 a. m.
of Bunnell, has arrived give you another Comforter,
pharmacist'is; 1 Church Weekday Masses: Tuesday
!I'"; His 'works hard.He spends and assumed his duties that he "may abide with you. '"Thursday and Saturday at '
for ever.
with the church. 9:00 .
a. m.Catechism
about
70. hours week:
a John 14
from :
These verses
serving the public. His five Rev. Wilder, with his wife, BibleLesson'Sermon Classes. 3:00 p. m.
week's
years' college training 'earns Valeria, and their children, are from this Tuesday.
of .
sponsor.
"ChristianScience"
survey :
him'' no letupfrom: long the National Association Diane Beth Stephen, David, on will be heard ju.,.?..' -' -." .
which
hours Most stores :open 6trays's Retail Druggists which is and Melissa, 'are located in 1 St. Stephens Bunnell

a week. Half are,open displayed -by leading the church parsonage' on the Sunday in all Christian Sunday Mass:..._..10:3O: a. m.
SundaySj;.too. And the .drug community pharmacists.. corner: of Magnolia'and Cherry churches.A Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
4 correlative In the
storevowner' is on Call. 24 i street. passage Tuesday.
hours 'fti'day,' ; for emergencies. The Wilders come here from lesson, from Science and Confessions before all masses.
public. He answers questions Health with Key to the
Port St. Lucle where he serve Weekday Devotion: Novenato
He'l$ p'opxiiar. rHis:phone 1 .about health. antidotes, ed.as. Pastor of, the United Scriptures by Mary Baker Our Lady Wednesday and

rings; 7' million times a year 'proper and improper. drug: ; Methodist Church.. Eddy explains: "Christian Saturday after Mass.
'with :'doct'orS'see jng use, medical equipment. I Science undertsood, coincides
1nlormati rCon the medicines convalescent aids','welfare and with the Scriptures, and sustains Community Memorial
.they prescribed':: His (doors .medical- 'm. ttersl} .:answers PROVIDENCEBUOTIIEIIH00D logically and demon- Church

.swing"'open .8 5'million'times a questions, about- pesticidesand stratively :every point ,,it, pre. Daytona AVe./ Flagler Beach
;
to1'citizens products. Almost
year asking "pet sents." Reverend R. W. Diclcert Pastor

questions about' "the out of 10-phannacistscounsel> AT .BROOKS: HOME All are welcome to attend Sunday School _.__;:._.._,'.J9:45

have medicines. their! 'physicians patients as an impottant'partof.thef : The*'" Providence Baptist the Christian Science churchIn .Worship.:Service ..._.._..__..11:00Ladlesr
*> ;T prescribed Millions daily:work) > : .
more rmd,-the drug store the ''' Brotherhood held their regular your Guild:. Last Thursday
; The pharniacfst providesthe c
ideal monthly meeting atthe of each' month at 2 p. m.
source .of. health, aids '' area.About -
pubU ,with staggering
and;.grooming sundries.. totalOf I '17 a: million home of. Reverend and Mrs.T. )t' .:
First Baptist Church
\ Shelton ,Brooks. in Bunnell
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semc s ;
He** ra solid citizen. A- professional per Monday evening. Rev. Charles :''Anders., Pastor
"month, the 'shows Our Servicemen i
record 97% 6f,all pharmacists That' well 'over survey#200 million* .After, the hamburger fry and I >Moody sBoulevard o i Bunnell
votb'-In 'elections;' '184% do social, the Brotherhood meeting TOMMY riERR' LEAVES' : Sunday Schools_._9:45 a.; m.
acts ? *
thoughtful pet-year *- .
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School:Aboard iarid civic '
work Service..J.lOO
,;" : was conducted ,by Brother r. Worship a. m.
plus,- nindtng.the drug store; rriie ,sremY{ tens Julius Sweat: The themfe' and FOR" VIETNAM Evening Worship-6:3O p. m.

70%'spearhead.health drives' more,bout the;;'community aim, for the Month was to f SPCi Tommy Herr left Monday ,AdultCholrRehearsal..r.7:3OSunbeams.

.. and i distrib'utCJpamphJcts and pharmacist than has,eyer.been lead .the ,men to an understanding ''from Ft. Lewis, Washington : :rand I GAs: 3 p. m.
: health-information, c ,, Jcn6wn before; ;;V;rsays:: WilardSttnmans'rxeCut1 \ of their ;responsibility for CAM RANH Bay where *) ( Monday,
.
e'seneipprec1ated., Thesurvey -B'.:..;.. N )'R !>:. <."esecs.a. ....... v to' minister to the mental he'will be'asslgned-a-Unit. YWA: 8 pm*. .1st and 3rd
the '1. ( : o r ,. "'f'- needs of others; i Tommy Is the so :ot.Mr.andMi's. : : Monday-
University* conducted'of Oklahoma;by *:?You v'always knew you .Fourteen," members were O. K; Herrpf.Bunnell and Prayer Meeting:.; ,.7:30 .p. m.

shows' the dtuuis'-'to be in counted t onjy:: out pharmacist. present.Reverend; 'Brooks ispastor recently spent -a 30 day furlough Wednesday

idailjr touch.witte'an'ddmiring .">Now you Jc& 'why' >4!!HI of -the'Provi'dence'' ;' Bap .herewith' his 'parents. Junior Choir 3:30 p. ra.

: i .I '.Utl1.: bun 3,, >d'C.1' ?\"..-"'''''"a Ki !)!-' ,vvoriJ tilt .Ch rch.',- ? ..' I''r: Thursday?
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TO''GROW IN'' FLORIDA "Lambert. Avenue; BUDDeD

,r J""M.. ... ....t... .r ..' '. ';: },. ""Florida.'was host) o.'over:' 20 ReV. "Earla 'Al*;Wilder.. Pastor
I million '''tourists in" 1968 according Sunday"School..9:45. : ''iL"In.
(.: t',"1//'.) i .
'.* to a studyjust\releas- Worship"ServIce11:00; : a. m.

., ..r''ffl' .!...t......"".., ytf':.: (t. ... ... :;.;'\ir I. .'C*!-;;;#, ed by the Florida DeVelopment Youth Choiri 'Rehearsal: '6:45p.

,'..........., ,-.' .J'..... :. .. Commission.. This was m. Wednesday: .
f -" ." '. ,almost a three fold IncreaseIn Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal: _
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"'; : .'\r t.- Som'ethlng 10 years: 2nd and 4tlr Thursday at 3
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.' .. ,. Flagler County was-host.to 3ip. m. '-
dJ'J' # \ n !' -'ev
.ro: :; f a11t ( )<'} '.: during 1968. ...f 6:30 p. m.. '
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r : ,. agrlc, : U ture, ., The' summer months are WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
\ most popular months for tourists 9 a., m.
.;::J / II () ::6.r ... 1':1. ..o" "i't t"' '' '
: I \ : *. to visit 'Florida while Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
: '
May, ''Sept, and Oct: were the 8 p., m.

:has aIays I wan t e.u. lesser tourist months. Methodist Men 3rd Wednes-
at 7:15
:., Most 'of the"summer touslsts day : p. m.

; come from' New York Georgia
':' --tJ' ? \ New Jersey, Ohio and Flagler Beach United

r., :. 4; : Illinois, while the origins of Methodist Church

..- winter tourists are Ohio. Michigan DR. DALLAS BROWNING
,j -s( x; New' Jersey, New York PASTOR ,
;t :
and Pensylvanla. Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach

I I, Studies show that 52 percentof Church School...........9:00: 8.'''me
the tourists stay in motelsor
Morning Worshlp..lO:00 a. m.
hotels, 22 percent with I
: \ friends or relatives and the PENTECOSTAL '

I others in trailers or rented HOLINESS CHURCH

L i. houses and apartments.The BunneU Off Franz St.
ti O Impression made on the Reverend T. D. Peacock. Pastor

tourist during the first visitIs Sunday School..__10:00:: a. m.
: most Important becauseover
M Worship Servlceu..llOO a. m.
50 percent of our tourists Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30: p. m.

are returning visitors. About' Worship Serv.....Sun. 7:30 p. m.
25' percent come on recom-

'v : 4 A A A" atives.mendationss of friends or rel- The St. Thomas Rev. Thomas Episcopal Mably '


1. : Priest In Charge

-... 't' )<. "" ;. a rain switch .). HASTINGS MATTRESS 3 miles'east of Bunnell on
<" .i!:"' 'J & UPHOLSTRY Highway 100

,\ ," ....... .. ."". .n".. ,.: V w I...., :- "tr.- .. ., 710.12 Lemon WORKS StrPilatka Morning Worship..JLO:00. : a. m.
t Church School.10:00: a. m.
: ;>: ; ;; Florida Holy Communion first
h :> :; (4 Sundayof
Phone EA 5.9166
;?-. !.' each month
Furniture
r You know how carefree and dependable electric rvice Is in your ;I. f- ; Repaired,&Upholterlng Reflnlshed .

home. Flip a switch and you've got light, music,. air conditioning I ., ...; t'I ; 4.'.. Mattresses & Box SpringsMade N. First Central Baptist Ave., Flagler Church Beach
all the comforts and conveniences of modern You : : .
living. can :; ." to Order. Also Renovated Rev. Max HalL' Pastor

".: .. :get the.irrigation,you' .need for crops and citrus groves the same vfli5:. ,.; .};.' 'Call 'Laura Morris :437-3233 Sunday School....,.,...9:45: a. m.
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carefree electric way. .. .". "5.- After 6:00 P. M. Worship .Service....11:00: a. m.
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,,- Electric, powered_ Irrigation! Is dependable. Motors last longer. .... *:}>. ;; :'((1 ... PRICES REASONABLE 7 Prayer m.Community.Meeting Wednesday. at

; ; s f ,; i Jl J And maintenance costs are much lower. Electric powered irrigation ,....//00 I iIIj Sp' BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED p. Hymn Sing first

'.. is carefree in another-: way too: automatic 'timers, allow{ you to ., I i t). ..j'i '' '.'' Just as near as your- Sunday of each month ,7 p. m.
i .1 whenever needed-even \.t : ;,;. Phone or Post Office ,
water night. :
supply at They provide just : ;
'. ;' '. f. the amount of water you need, when and where you need' I' : r(:. Drop: UM a Card ,or I Call ATTEND THE
1.t: Free Pick-up, &, Delivery
Ask your equipment'dealer about the, advantages of having a Y CHURCH OF YOUR ,)

"rain switch". Or get In touch with us. .:" "
; *** CHOICE ON ,SUNDAYFlorida
; JiI For Fast Results .
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Eiiif -1 iPli workers covered by' I

;S'. ; .1 .,FLORIDA POWIM LIGHT COMPANY:; 41. ri; .rArr HEWANTADSREGULARLY the Worwmen's Compensation I
I i' :r'... 'a., HeLPING. BUILD FLORIDA f ..' !11>?' ; Act-insurance for those In.
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v A ." jured or killed on the Job-
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ATKINSON-WILSON 4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JUNE 26. 1969

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,MARRIAGE "..ISANNOUNCED PAOUITA HUGAS ABBOTT PARHAM

;, < ROBERT ABBOTTENGAGEMENT WEDDINGMiss
r'" '
:Miss Linda H. Wilson of Marie
Saundra
Parham
"4 ",Norfolk and Mr.
Virginia _",. ,.. ., '"1"2.--" '". 1.1.. I:>. and Dale John Abbott were
Neal Atkinson of Bunnell
married Saturday evening in
Gordon,
were married at Ft.
the White Chapel Church
of
Augusta, Georgia, on April 4,
(South Daytona. The
God, Rev.
1969 at Jour o'clock In the I
Maurice Berquist performedthe
afternoon. Officiating in the
double ring candlelight
double ring ceremony was
Mrs. Barbara
ceremony. Wain-
Chaplain Andrettl.
wright was organist, withHolmes
They were attended by Mrs. _
__ Cathy Rhinn as matron of Brown, soloist.

honor and Charles Rhlnn as The bride is the daughterof

__ best, man. The bride was I Mrs. Fred Wilson, Macon,

: ,given in marriage by Dr. Ger- .<. Ga. and James S. Parham,
: _k. ald Hofkln. Tampa. Her husband is the
;'-Following, the ceremony a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D.

re-L-eption, was held at The Abbott, Flagler Beach.

Richmond House, in Akin, S. The bride was escorted by

C.The her maternal grandfather,
bride Is the daughter James A. Nordan. She worea
of Mr. and'Mrs.. Milton H. floor length gown of peau

Hoggard o>, Norfolk, Virginia.The de sole In candlelight shade,
,
bridegroom is the son of : accented with seed pearls.

t' Mrs.' Elise ,'Atkinson and the The skirt fell In soft folds with,

----. -"'" late W. H. Atkinson of Bun- Dr. and Mrs. Russell Blan- a Dior bow at the back waist-

nell.Mr. ton the engage. line. Her crown was a clusterof
SUSIE PETERSON judge. He is also special In- and Mrs. ,Atkinson are announce
On Ice" ment ot. her daughter. Pa. orange blossoms trimmed
structor for "Holiday ,
stationed in Fort Gordon Mr.
INSTRUCTS WITH Dolphin Dolls, Miami and in Atkinson qulta Hugas, to Robert Abbott with pearls which held her
with and
the
Education for Sunland TrainIng army son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack fingertip veil and she carrieda
ATA ACADEMY Mrs. Atkinson{ with, e WAC.,
Center, Miami. Abbott of Flagler Beach. cascade of sweetheart roses

Susie Peterson left Satur- Suzie will be an associate KORONA COMMUNITYCLUB Miss Hugas is a graduateof centered with a white orchid.

day afternoon for Leesburgto Instructor with Mr. Allen on the Bunnell High School Mrs. Maurice Berquist was
assist in insructing at the his summer tour of two weeksat SPONSORS Inl the class of 1967. She was matron of honor. Her floor

American Twirling Academy.She Woodward Academy in Atlanta GAME PARTY active in, basketball, band, length gown was of ice blue
will be, instructing in advance Georgia.: Presently JnLeesburg' The Korona- CommunityClub \ and was elected Miss Bunnell avantl silk, and she carriedan
solo twirling, contest 'she is counselor in will sponsor a' games HI of 1967, served as Presi- arm bouquet of Shasta
strutting, and novelty twirl- Hunter Hall. party on June 29 at 2:30: at St. dent of FHA. She has also 'daisies.

ing with, knives, hoops, flags Suzie is a senior at Bunnell -Marys Church Hall In Korona been very active in* the sum- Miss Saundra: Abbott, sisterof
and two and three batons. High'School'and has been 'active jner sports activities. She is the bridegrom, and Miss
.. She is associated with Bill 'In twirling and band ac. Danations will go to the attending the Daytona Beach Elaine Wilson sister of the

Allen known throughout Florida tivities for the past five.years.She fund for replacing' ''the fenceat Junior College and will com- bride, were bridesmaids. They
by band master's association is Drum Major for the the St. Mary's Cemetery. plete her Licensed Practical ; were dressed identically to

and district and state School Band. Everyone Is, invited., Refresh- Nursing studies In August. the matron) of honor.
ments, will be,served after the Mr. Abbott was a graduateof
Bunnell Laura Evans was flower
the High 'School,
89 YEAR OLD games.,
SURPRISEBIRTHDAY class of 1964.: He was active girl and Marty Daloney was

AUNT VISITS PARTYIt Dr. and :Mrs, Russell Blan- in Football and' other school ,ring bearer. '

Mrs L. ,A. McElroy, aunt of was a happy day for Mrs. ton, Flagler Beach, have as activities.' He joined the Navy Best man ,was Coley Mitchell
Webb Brooks Bunnell, accompanied Sillar Bizzell as she was hon, their guests, her, sister, Mrs. in 1965 and plans a career in with James G. Pickard,
Mr.:and Mrs. Webb ored by a, surprise: birthday Wayne' Galtez:. of Denver, the wavy He is presently stationed Robert and Mike J. Abbott,
Brooks here for a visit aftera party on her 69th birthday. '.Colo. ThelrXweekend: guests at the Homestead Air- brothers of the ,bridegroom as
short vacation in Ashville, Mrs.:: Bizzell Is'the mother of also Included Mr. and Mrs. force Base. 'ushers.

'"N. C. frs."McElroy is a resIdent .'12 children, 10 still living 61 Rick Mahei and son Troy of There was a reception In

of Meridian Miss.,. grandchildren great-grand- Ft. Lauderdale. MRS.' SULLIVAN the church Fellowship Hall.'

.." .children and 3 great great HONORED AT A ,After a brief' wedding trip
HOUSE GUEST SENIOR CITIZENS '
,grandchildren. LUNCHEONMrs. to the, West Coast the newlyweds -
"' TO MEET ..1UL 1 will ,,
HONORED'ATCOFFEE be at home at 625
Helen l'
Mr. and 'Mrs. H.. C. Cobb The Senior> Citizens will Sullivan was B, Lenox Ave.,
PARTY>. have returned'to their'home have a carry dinner at their honored at a luncheon Thurs- y ,
after. In:North,..Carolina "meeting, day at the Fuller home, 901'r ._
Mrs. F./W.- 'Tlngley 'enter- a! vacation! regular on July 1.
Irr aridIrsL ..Jazles of
.
.t-W..
% ;Lalntieif., -
; e'J Jn
/ Mrs. ; ocasipnw $
.Mildred !Serganf ld to- r '
;:tamed, with a coffee:at her to" r -II"I'1 Tbor'Oaks hove moved to
t' Celebration! of. h?r birthday
home Old Dixie; Friday morn- day. -anniversary.* .. ., jFlagler: ,Beach :to';r s1de. They
her Mr. and Mrs. F W. meeting'will' be' at six ; '
ing 'honoring houseguest, Ting- The dining table have built a, home on ;Palm
Mrs. Earl White" of, Cordele, ley had as their houseguest q'clock at the Flagler Beach laid with a.:. lace cloth was over- 'Circle.Visiting with them* for
over a
Recreation Hall All members
several last week Mrs.
days ,
Ga.The pastel base a ,short vacation is their son,
green cloth, and,
refreshment table was Earl White ,of Cordele, Ga. are'to bring I ...." ,covered. dish. centered with a low arrangement Jack Jones of Columbus, Ga.
overlaid with a white linen "
cloth and centered with an attractive Guests of Mr.and ,Mrs. Lil- Miss Mary" Frances Cover of pink: hydrangea.
arrangement of summer lard White for the summer are of! Andrews,*".'North Carolina, Guests Included ,Mrs.. Leona TRUDY, HAWKINS
flowers. Pouring were their niece and nephew Debra is the houseguest of Mr. and Knight,' Mrs. Lee Blakely

M.rs.W.. Deen ,and Mrs. R. and Roger White of Knox- Mrs. R. K. Hirst, of Flagler Mrs. Harry Atkinson, M. B. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
W. Cody. ville, Tenn. Beach. Fuller, Reed Atkinson; the
honoree and the hostess. Trudye Hawkins celebrated
.v Eighteen invited guests enjoyed her eighth birthday anniver-
the affair with, the hon- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoi ATTENDS CAMP
last
Guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. sary Thursday at a party
Those who' attended Joe
oree and hostess. lenbach and chlllren and the held
Mrs. Carrie Garrison of Allen- GA: Camp at Lake Yale' Kirkland last week included atthe Idlehours play-

Air. and Mrs. Leonard town, Pa., are visiting at Eustis last week were: Carol Mrs. C. W. Atkinson, and Mr ground.
Moody and daughter Lee, of Flagler Beach with their sisters Hardin, Tanya Hawkins; Jennie Dale and Mrs. D. M. McGill and Ten of her playmates join-
Solomon ,of Ozark, Alabama. Mrs. ed her for games and traditional -
Alexandria, Virginia are vis Mrs. Howard Lerch and Becky Anders.
iting with relatives in' Bun- Mrs. Mary Bross and nephew Linda Sheffield Jody Kirk- Atkinson Is Mr. Kirkland's birthday refreshments.

,nell ,and Flagler Beach. Richard Lerch. land, Robin Hardin Cathy mother, and Mrs. McGill Is his Prizes were won by Frank

West, and,Darlene.Holdridge.Mr. sister. Mercer and Wanda Saxon.__n______

;p.;,,',:"'"-....-,...-........,-...........n....'...,,".,,".,":1P'.L-111.1.11..1.11,1.11'.11.' L"1 1,!!1111L, '!!' 11'1' 1111L' h.f! lil iiTiiT 1 I!j1 1 1 Ti!i
and ,Mrs. William K. ..
iij Brown and son, Curtis,' left
kJ last Monday for their homeat

Bunnellifl Groton, Conn., after several

'I m months visit in Bunnell NOTICE

with her ,parents, Mr. and
I Mrs. J., C. Deen. Mr. Brown I

Cinema is stationed 'at ,the U. S. Navy ., ; < ,
Baes at Groton., : !
.WE WILL

ii Thurs--Fri-S at-S u n Mr. and Mrs. Benny Black BE \

III had as their house guests sev-
TWO HILARIOUS MOTION PICTURES eral days last week her _

m Jason Robards, Jr. and Britt Ekland III and brother and"Sister In 'law, Mr. CLOSED '
't Mrs. Ralph Rose and ,
-IN1IIIThe family of Texas.


Night'They' Raided 'MinskY"s".1fi Knight Recent Included guests of her Mrs.brother Leona .AII ,bay Thursday, July 3

--ALSO-- in law and' sister, Mr.. and o. "

Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis, Jr. m Mrs. Horace Locke, David ,Entire Week ;
of
!t I AS"Salt Locke and Miss Donna Me- July 7tfi Thru12th,.:
!t! f'Masters, ,all of Tainp:Also a _

and- Pepper11 nephew, Dick Thompson of
; Evans *" :
,Georgia. Open for
Business
fa Admission: 8Sc Adults SOc Children 'it! a: m.
itiIti Johnny of .
Stanish
: SUNDAY Sanford .
NIGHT IS 'FAMILY I
NIGHT
ADMISSION FOR THE WHOLE was a business' visitor here : July J4th. '
FAMILY Monday.;filer also visited in St. y ,
$iso I Augustine, ,with his brother ,

!!'' and sister In law Mr. and j L ,
::I Mrs. Paul Stanish. sr ,
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Sf.I''IC'O'MING' SOON j1If "I

Guests this week,of "
Mr.,and BAKER'S
it! Mrs. Joe Strickland 5 & 10
"The' 'Sound'. of ''Music" Ifi f and Mrs..",Byron Nixon are 'and Mr.

SffiKHS: : i:, f;+:+i ru1am+:+rEf:++:++:fiT:++:i;+: ir.T u.-r.UJ a ;ir.JiUJ iT ,u: Marcia children, ,of Lisa.Bessemer Kenneth Alabama.and




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CLUB ;i W. .t, ', practices must meet specified cr-:THE, FLAGLER TRIBUNE TB+anc..a' ......', THU S.t JUNE 26. 1969

PLANS ABEAUTY .11''. \ standards' before cost-share :
a a
payment can be made. ERS ATTEND EDUCATIONALMEET
LE
CONTEST lIe said, "When a :farmer's
application for cost-sharing IN DAYTONA
If the citizens of Flagler +
County have noticed recentlya is approved, our ASCS. office : Superintendent Jim Craig, ....
sizeable group of women: people inform him of the per- There is an application fora 'Miss Cell Joyce Emery, federal -
Into, and of formance requirements. I just change in zoning In our coordinator, and Mrs. C.
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flurrying places of business-and out even; want to remind :farmers to be city. Let us move carefuly in ; : \: : B-. Elsenbach, finance officer,

homes-the sure these requirements are this matter. attended meetings in Daytona .
private
been answered. questionhas being met as the conservationwork We have a planning board 'Wednesday' ,Thursday and '

Their activities had nothingto progresses. Occasionallywhen that has spent many hours Friday,/ to review recent state :
do with the jarring good performance is checked investigating the future needsof legislation as it affects the '..r;

news from the Pincess Estate, after not all completion, we find our city. I do not believe ; various phases of the school

however, important that was. been specifications have they are in favor of any zoning program. The conferences
met-and regulations were conducted by School
variances.We
Rather, these women were !'
require' they must be for the Superintendents Association.
members. of the Flagler Wom farmer to receive ACP 'cost- must bear in mind that
an's Club and they were or- shares." i granting one exception opens
ganizing the Third Annual the door o future exceptionsand Charles J. Zwick, former director ,

July Fourth Beauty Pageant Government Under ACP, the Federal: before you know. It your of the Bureau of the ';;jy: :
where Miss Flagler County shares' the cost city can ;:become a mess of In- Budget, will become the next .'J
of .
conservation ,
1969 is .to ,be selected. practices discriminate groups of resi- \ president of Southeast Bancor- ,
It is reported by Mrs. Jas- needed to 'assure In the'pub- dential and business side by : poration, Inc.,.parent company r ,

per White, chairman of the lic interest, the wise use, pro 'side. This will adversely af. of the First National' Bank of. ;:'.j
Program Committee, that the tection, and improvement of fect the property valuesnoone Miami and three other Florida?;* ',,1\\

response from their requestsfor soil and water resources on wants to build a house banks. "c'. I
the Nation's "
has,been agriculturallands. unless he is he. will not I
help very gratify. sure LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN ':J.'
ing. Twenty lovely girls have have a commercial enterprise "
been entered and of Mr. White said performancefor next to, him-next TIIK CIRCUIT COURT SEV- w.1,
course,' most farm practices spring up ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'ti.
under
twenty sponsors are register month, next year or any time : IN AND I'
ACP, such as farm ponds, terracing COUNTY, FL'r.
ed. A large number of In the future. *
pa- CIVIL ACTION NO. S8O-R .,
ditching, or land level-
trons have given their' checks ) ANN M. RODMAN
We can eliminate these
ing, is checked by Soil Con- : ''
(and cash too) to Plaintiff .
with
help
servation Service technicians."Our cases if we pass regulations .
KENNETH ,
the expense. Advertisers generously the requiring the seller and the ; CHARLES RODMAN
agency Agricultural Defendant.
paid for the ads, others Stabilization and Conservation ( buyer to apply for zoning NOTICE OK1 !SUIT' '

are helping in many before TO: KENNETH CHARLES .-
ways. of the
Srrvice, which administers change )transfer RODMAN '
The program will be held ACP, the SCS property If it. is the intentionof 38 East Main Street
for
in the City Park in Flagler this service pays," ,he said. the .buyer to use the prop- Earlvlle.You are New hereby York notified thatan

Beach July 4th, beginning at "Actually, the farmer certl- ey for other than the- existing action for divorce has been
six o'clock. The winner will fies zoning regulations.Th ( flied against you and you are
performance-that is, that required to serve a copy of your
receive not only the title of the practice meets specifications fact that if the zoningis : written defenses. If any to It on
Queen for 1969 and the Messrs. Krol..
trophy Attorneys

--and we spot check a not changed, the propertywill for Plafr.tlft. whose address -
but also a twenty-five dollar certain be useless'to "Is 411 Main
percentage of ACP the purchaser Street. Daytona -
savings bond. practices each year. .Some. should not sway the decision th original Beach.with Florida the Clerk and file of
The program committee' requests times we find specifications for a zoning change. The the above styled court on or before
all contestants to meetat July 28. 1969. otherwise a.
have rest of the
'property
been
misunderstood owners
judgment may me entered
the Park' for r hearsalpromptly' which is why I urge all pro.. must be protected from this you for the relief demanded -
at 6 o'clock on the ducers doing ACP work now type of squeeze play now and tition. in,: the complaint or pe-

evening of July 3rd. to 'be sure ,they are meeting in the future < Witness my hand and seal of
the said Court on June 19, 1969.
requirements. Inquirieson GEORGE
M. MOODY.
specific ACP practices will Respectfully : All Clerk or Said Court
ACP PRACTICES (
v be answered fully at the St. William G. Richter .CircuitfCyuKatthryn L Emery

MUST MEETSPECIFICATIONS Johns-Flagler? ,,ASCS .County OSSINSK.Y All Deputy Clerk .
AND KROL
office,," said Mr. White.' Attorneys for Plaintiff .
: \\ 411 Main 'Street

Farmers and ranchers;; with (CLASSIFIED Daytona June 26.Beach.July .3..Florida 10 and >7.32018.4tcLEGAL

:conservation: practices under The fish known as "drum" !:

the Agricultural.; Conservation can,'produce. a booming sound ADVERTISING ADVERTISEMENTKLOUIDA.

Program ACP) 'were .remind .by; using ,the air bladder as IN COURT TIIR IN COUNTY"AND 'UDGE9S

,ed, today. by B,, E. White, a 'resonating chamber. The "'i iiitof LF It COUNTY;' FOIL FLAG.
County Office Manager of the sound is often audible to'visi- NO.IN PROBATE 01 1
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Agricultural Stabilization and tors at. Marineland of Flor- $t- ; : IN RE: ESTATE OF
Conservation! Service that.the '.:ida.: ,' ,,, '" ; LONNIE MAE SPEARMAN.
.
r \,' ,10 rf 'A'. '.{ TRoPII.;l ARI ENS- NOTICE Deceased.TO CREDITORS. _
,.. Let..ua-1. -31 help JL beautify+ "Flagler ; Jib. all' credltoMl'and all personahaving .,
claims '
or demands)
:
County. Large variety of evergreens : yaYainst: said estate:
BUNNELL :CUSTOM KITCHENS; .L'b'C" d each of you are here-
palms, hedge' plants. by notified and required to present '
5% mlleS S of ,BUnnell on any claims and demands
107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 'which you or. either of you/may
U. ,S. 1. :*; Feb 15-tfc have.against the estate ,
: -
BUNNELL::,' FLORIDA NIE MAE SPEARMAN deceased,
late
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain to the of County Flagler Judge County.of Florida Flagler
FREE ESTIMATES fields Installed: Rota-Roter County at his fflce in the Counter -

BAR FIXTURES 'BUILT-IN KITCHENS snail shell.. Reasonable prices. ountyusFloridaunwithinlsx,
Call George'Jaroez. 437-3410 : months from the date of first .
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER TATIONSLAUNDRY 81tfCall publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand must be
AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS: In writing and must state the
Office Bob for'.lawn mainte place of residence and post office
'Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving address of the claimant and
inside out-
nance-painting or must be sworn to by the claimant -
BATHROOM VANITIESBREAKFAST' BARS side-small repair and odd his agent, or his attorney
or It will be barred
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts jobs. Call 439.2502. May 22,2tc law. according. to

.. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION -
FINE HARDWOODS WAITRESS WANTED-Apply : June 12 1969.

Most orders filled within 15 working days. Now 'Serving in person from 11 a. m.-10 Dorothy Administratrix S. Mooreas of the
AlA Restaurant .. Estate of '
at LONNIE
p. m. llAJES
all areas in 75 mile rad. of Bunnell. .
Flagler Beach.; June 19, Itc. DUFFETTEHARRY ANDeSEPS
CALL COLLECT Day 437.3513 Night 437-3928 120 East dranada AvenueADMINISTRATRIX.

EVENING PLANNING AR1iANGEDHEADQUARTERS WANTED WAITRESSES : b P inC;:. dB X.J.3)F'Orlda. 32014
Opening new 24 hour dlner-i- ; ATTORNEYS FOR
need waitresses all shifts. : .,
Good salary-good working : June 12, 19. 26.. July 3. 4tc

conditions. Lester's Diner, 611

FOR Volusla Ave., Daytona; Beach. --- ,AI !.
June 19, 2tc. O. F. ALFORD

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6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TZIUR&. JUNE 26. 1969 iness failures along U. S.
Highway 1, since opening of
cooperation with practicing 1-95. In the event this occurr- "''RYGU
DR. SCHILDECKEH physicians, medical center of- ed, then the Federal Government

APPOINTED DIRECTOR' ficials, hospital administrators would assist In get

and representatives from ting Industry to move Into the .
MEDICAL PROGRAM appropriate voluntary health county.He. .

W. W. Schildecker M' D., *agencies." has already also discussed the Na-
Dr. Schildecker
Chief of the Department of 'met with representatives of tlonel Youth Corps programsfor DaW
Halifax District schools In part-time em-
Pathology at ,
and Volusia County
Hospital, bas< been named Flagler playment ((8 hrs. per wI<.) for taanaa Ar t ea err
Medical Staffs and will begin
Sub-Area Program Director of the planning 14.16 year old needy students :PUJ A
the Flagler and Volusia Counties preliminary attending school and In addition
stage of developmentas q ..
sub-area of the North program for full time summer .1.1e1" ;
action
local com-
Florida Regional Medical Pro- soon as formed. employment for 16.18 year ')1.ot !H" f \;;.
mittees have been ..
gram. The appointment was olds In the needy bracket .... .
named by Lamar Crevasse, (three thousand or less fame ")r O\
M. D., Professor of Medicineat BIRTHDAY DATA ily earnings per year). .The SINCE THE EARltfWOO'S.THE 4 ,p,-'II' ';'" ,

the University of Florida Florida Forest Service and the US HAS COME'1O RELY

School of Medicine, who is Happy birthday this week to: Florida, Park Service will em- oN 11'RUcJS 1b 'tRANS'PORTJ7 .'ORNU2pI ,.
the North Florida Area Coor Today: ''Roger Lee Goodwin.. : .ployee several of these In : 1)JC'ni USED AN ::1 V, ,

dinator.. Saturday: Valeria Vogel, Flagler County this summer. Nrnt HOM f ? I er
The goals of the Regional Charles: Hirst, Cleve Wigle- Anyone Interested: please ap F9..c,1.'IijiZ) ((: h AMERICANS'WIIltRAYEL.
w. Medical Program as stated in Joe- Parrish. ply''locally.The. '' ? .N R LY:1:
;'\ PXiblic Law 89-239 are 'as follows :Sunday; Barbara Combs, local TAP agreed to TRILLION MIVEHICLE' BY

N. : Eleanor, Black. take 'a ,survey of Flakier '"' Md1bR IJg68i"THATt
.. ','(a.) Through grants, to encourage Monday: Linda Threadgill County as a' project to determine ..'| I5 ''

and, assist in the, establishment Margretta Wigle. ,: If the .Impact of 1-95 tL- .d Y A otrC lc141WONTIMQS
of ,regional-/ cooperative on business would qualifythe
Tuesday :'Jack Martin
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arrangements among county for government assistance
medical schools, Research institutions Michael Joseph White. 'In' attempting !to ,relocate r I, ARaUNUlIIE
and, hospitals' for Wednesday:, Ruth Arndt, some industrial 'plant WORLD.krc .
research and training' (including Mamie 1 Mllasch.. Minnie. Poole. In Flagler ., '
education) and ,< )
continuing Panel members' at the meet. : 1 : ;
for related' .demonstrations Ing,were' Williams and
George
TAP COMMI'ITEEDISCUSS ; ? '
patient' care In the fields; of G., B. Kelly: Florida Forest "
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heart disease, cancer, stroke FLAGtER .. :
Service; B. .E. White ASCS; -j
and related diseases. AT PANEE:>> MEETING Ramon '''McGough', FHA'". Gil O't. ,
"(b) To afford the medical Becker. Florida Park Service ti 'c at
profession and the medical Joe Foy, Florida< State Employment and TJlmah' Robinson and c .{L. ;; 4

institutions of the nation, Office, Palatka, was Russel :Parsons' of 'SCS. .
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through such cooperative arrangements guest speaker at the recent > MANY-IRUCKPRIVERS: 4" _
the opportunityof Flagler County Technical "' 1DRTvwIG ;
making available their Action Panel meeting. Foy, READING COURSE NAYS ACCIQEl'ti.FREE I ,
patients the latest advances manager of :'the employment OFFERED AT, STETSON ':RECoRp OF

in ,the diagnosis and treat FSE, office' .which ,covers ,.Putnam r X''Speed 'ifeadFnqr' ,courSe Is MORS''IHANftotCS' p,
ment of these diseases. ; St. Johns' and Flagler being offered at Stetson University ,MIWOH'MILES.;' ..J;:."
Improve Counties told the'Panel of i i'M 7 a. J .
(c) By these means to .. .Cl'asses' are held ( in
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generally the health employment and unemployment twice dally:starting 'at .9:10
manpower' and facilities ,! problems In the tri a.m. and 1:3O"' p.m. In the ..

available to the nation, and county area. He said the lack basement of .the Dupont-Ball ,rE"U f
to1 accomplish. these ends of sufficient training, and education Library: '
without Interfering with the is; the' biggest probe "Interested ,
methods of lem In placing job.applicants.Foy 'persons may reg.
patterns, or 'the ister until Friday by attend
financing, of patient''interfering also'Infornied1< the group ing ''one-,of"Vthe-two-daily-ses- .'. -....,. A ....won
with, the ;patterns; 'or' the that if a"survey}were' made it slons. f" f..w' -J n" Jjj* .
methods of financing, of patient might be; ,'possible to 'have ':The course' is designed for
care, professional Flagler :CountydeclareJ an r
practice or with the administration over-surplus; labor, county or reading ',m pro:veiheritf speed
and" .
of !hospitals,, and in a depressed<< area' due"to',bus- reading 'comprehension..Eee"br
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE co ed fields. While students must
7 THURS. JUNE 26 1969 The s*>X1ewYt; crowned, winner
-- ,- n have cu i basic background in
r will represent thejcity and the
ST. AUGUSTINE George Street. Each year Jaycess fat events ,throughout Too Late growing and handling practices -

large throngs of visitors from the ,year.....addl tion .to the I ., >they need much more

FIESTA neighboring cities as well as beauty\" out of state visitors Journey 'talninent will be offered from
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PLANNEDThis .Termed Citrus Career De-
herefor the colorful celebra the balconies along St. George Russell Kay :
and Involving
old town, rich In Span. Street and from (Ithe main velopment Program -
ish heritage and ready to tell tion.This year the fiesta Is staging 'area lit the heart of When I: came to Florida In the school's Business
and Citrus departments
the world about It, will stage scheduled for August 2123. the restoration area. Enter. 1914 I became Identified with "
Science
feature Instrumental citrus Industry as a member Bachelor of degrees
will the
tainment
again this August As In
once a
gala past years, various
with
Florida will be offered a majorin
staff of the
civic as well as vo of the
groups
three-day clubs
birthday celebration will be participatIng Citrus Studies and minorin
calists. Several scrolling musicians Grower, house organ of the
to commemorate the with booths decorated In Economics ':.
404th year' since Its founding. Spanish red and offering will also be on handto Florida Citrus Exchange ed Management .
yellow, in
and
Accounting or a major
A.
uncle Edgar
entertain the fiesta-goer. ited by jny.
Sponosqred annually by everything from food ,. Wright, who had previously Citrus Management and a
the St. Augustine to novelties. It Is expectedthat
Jaycess, the edited the California Fruit minor in Citrus.
"Days In Spain" celebrationturns some 40 booths, brightly It Js ''also a' co-op plan that
this city Into one large decorated, will add to the RENEW YOURDRIVER'S' World. will give students the oppor
fiesta with both young and fiesta atmosphere of the city. My knowledge of citrus was tunity to attend classes and ...
LICENSE ,. limited to experience on the
old participating In the fun The celebration this year be available for employmentby
locatedIn
and games offered In the will feature a beauty pageantto DURING YOUR family 10-acre grove citrus firms during the
I recall I
Pasadena.
main .,restoration area on St. select "Miss St.. Augustine." BIRTH MONTH South Spring term with night school
: : '". used to obtain spending mon-
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door to
selling ,
oranges
by
d ey
through June, to enable students .
door at five cents a dozen. '
to obtain degrees in the -
Florida at that time was ,
normal four-year period. This I
Just beginning to get citrus
to be a major
appears
fruit out of barrels and into
breakthrough In the trainingof
crates. Marketing of fresh
future executives.
fruit was a problem. There ,';
citrus canning plants, -
were no -
no Juice plants and very limited POLL SHOWS

national marketing efforts BAFALIS ANDFAIRCLOTH

Fruit auctions in a num- LEADThe
ber of cities determined the
Florida Poll edited by
price and a grower who real.
Joe Abrams, Jacksonville
ized $2 a box for his fruit was .
furnished a release on June
considered fortunate.
20th which showed Senator
Even then thcr was talk .""Skip" Befalls Palm Beach

of over production and local as having a strong lead over

growers were wHrried/b'ecause 1 / ) Governor Claude Kirk for the
so many people were*coming Republican nomination for

I to Florida to raise citrus.At governor of Florida: In the
that time there were few
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197O campaign.
trained, experienced citrus The Poll showed Bafalls
meri: Most citrus experts with read
a 68% among young
came up and learned from Republicans and a 60% lead

: the hard school of experience. among the 30 to 45 age groupof

No' one could vision an indi' Republicans while the senior -
vidual with a degree 'in, citrus about evenly -
$ ?$ki:;$? ?: citizens were
C?[YarJky ?%?ki4. .$ ;ra '.w :Y management salesman
: divided.
1't I IsY ship. Since Tom Adams has drop-

;:{s'a .-; Citrus today is big busmesss ped, out of the race for the
and, the: need for trained, men Democratic nomination for

is greater than L,,ever; before. 'governor, the Poll reports that

.. Producers are screaming for Attqrney General Earl Fair- .

., s + Y able well ',trained men,to pro. cloth has taken a substantial .
}?Y' ."!"*
test their heav investment'and \ lead with Senate President

::k' : d ay a *L Y+,V ?t y4q ;.. ;. insure a profitable opera Jack Matthews of Jackson-

tion. ?. ville: and Mayor Chuck Hall..
"@3 { 4 ?{'sKsj,; It is gratifying to note that Miami, as substantial COIL-

Yo p. in
ing demand' Florida,Southern| ..AUji. S. Senator Spessard Hol-
College in Lakeland; whose land' was rated by the poll as

campus was once a citrus unbeatable by any other

grove, is taking steps to solve Democrat or Republican at
the problem. Located in citrus this.,time.

.rich Polk County, Florida Senator Dick Stone, Dade-

Southern has been a major County, Is the acknowledged
contributor of personnel for leader In the race for Secretary -
.
1f.R: ,1,'.?..a;'a .c: w ? ,' the industry. In-the past, em of State. Tom Adams has

,4<: a ;kZ\k:,'; }Bk \ phasis' has been placed ron announced that he will not,
>: W ka\4k\ r {+ caa\Z k fk n's growing and handling fruit. be a candidate for any political -
c v\ Y, .Ya ,tai < Now a drastic change is plan- office, but would accept a
sa
: kYk"f ned to become effective this position as vice president of a
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k ( dominant need, Florida Senator': Stone was rated one
},.{#j;: ""'"Southern officials end their of the top senators In the last

influential College Citrus Advisory session) of the legislature. lie

.4 Board agree, is for per- is a combination rancher at- J

sonnel trained in business torney, businessman and .
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management economics, mar- statesman from Dade County., ,

keting, accounting. and relat and a Democrat.
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current sales trip is over Charlie Mason v BEGINS ON THE LOCAL: LEVEL
Before his .. 7 IN.HOMETOWNS:: ACROSS
spent $683.54 on travel, hotels, business, AMERICA. WINNERS GO ON
will have
TO COMPETE FOR STATE
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includes all of $7.45 for phone calls-for reservations, THE NATIONAL FINALS.. '

.' appointments and checking in with the home office:. ..,. .,,

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R-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSw JUNE 26. 1969 ATTEND STATE MARCO POLO

,.' .sPlJ'N.QrWTSes CATTLEMEN MEET LETS CONTRACTJack

Party of 4, $60; 5, $70; 6, $80. I: White, president of
Many of the chanter boats State Director Lyman Cage Marco Polo, announced last
have rafsed their prices. : : and Secretary Dora. Jordan at- week that Ken Smith Com
tended the State Cattlemen's
of
Daytona
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp structlon Company
Convention in Palm
Beach last
successful bid
SUMMER SOFTBALL Beach was the ,
Truman told us that there Thursday and Friday. They der on construction of the
are large ,amounts of small STANDINGS reported some of the high of Marco Polo
first phase
shrimp running in the canal points of the meeting.A .
fish there Thursday 19th: First game staff of 3 men ''have been Pa'rk.'
and in turn the are The contract includes a Japanese
Methodist defeated the Jiffy
of hired by Florida Departmentof
with good catches sheeps- village and oriental
head. bass, drum, whitingand 15 to 14.Second Agriculture and are now gardens. White said ..the open-

trout. game. Pierson'sStandard working over the state accumulating target date is May of 1970.
ing
defeated Flagler evidence
against of the work
ResortT. Other phases
Ding's Fishing County Insurance 23 to 10. cattle theives. \ include construction of docks

H. Taylor Daytona .; Monday., 23: First game, Recent legislative session for the boat rides, pagoda j
Beach caught 13 itrout, 1 mangrove Wadsworth forfeited to Pier- produced favorable legisla and plantings which will begin

.. snapper and 2 croakers.Bob son's Standard. tion to cattlemen in area of in the early fall.
Davis did well with 52 Second game, Methodist defeated (trespassing. no increased White said Atlantic Rich.
FISHING LINEB Spanish Mackerel. Joe Harris Flagler County Insur taxes (ad valorem or on leased field Oil Company would

Al Zanibo Jax. had to his credit 39 va ance 16 to 14. land), and marks and build a super service stationat
rieties of fish. brands law was strengthenedto and
Anyone Interested in playing the Interchange nego
Week June 20 1969
Ending combat theft.A .
Richard and Frances Wynne for the
.softball see Harry Stone tiations are underway
Jack dealing's Fish Camp had 14 croaker. 11 sailors at the field tonight at eight budget. of $76,000 was construction., of a: 200 room .
choice'and 3 small drum. One o'clock. passed.No motel to be completed about
Some trout being taken big change at Sing's the action wad! taken on June, 1970.' J
from the Crescent Beach barge that has been docked STANDINGSFirst hiring of a new' Executive

bridge along with some drum. I for sometime has been re Tie'' Vice-President to replace Art 1-95 BRIDGE
Place between
Over at the Inlet excellent moved. This opens some new : Higbie: .
Pierson Standard and The TO BE REPAIRED
catches of sheepshead bass fishing area along the bank. A resolution was presentedto
Methodist.
and whiting. In fact the bass develop stronger coopera IN FLAGLER
are running good along the Flagler Beach Pier Second j Place:. Flagler tion with Farm Bureau by A $28,000 contract was signed

surf to the area of the Rocks.. We checked in with Cecil County'Insurpnce.Third asking new Florida Farm last week to remove and
Wendell Smith had 2 bass Westbrook on the pier and Place: The Jiffy Bureau: Director Jack Lynn to replace damaged beams in

I both weighing at 33 Ibs. Bubs' Cecil mentioned the fishinghas Fourth Place: Wadsworth. serve as ex officio member of the Interstate-95 bridge over

Colle Captain of the charter been so bad even the Board of Directors. SR 100 in Flagler County,
boat Tomboy had a party Kings aren't bi'tlng.' One thing Little League Standings State Road Board Vice-Chairman '

out and returned with a good about 'Cecrll, he always tells Team Won Lost II' Willard Peebles, an-
catch of Kings. The offshore. the tr th. I 1 nounced. day:
fishing has ,all indications of, P. S:'I wjftl,:be -vacation Whitaker' : 7 2 RENEW YOUR Soule Construction Company

I improving. Jack and Bubs at the ,('Keys. and will not be McGee 5 4 ORIVER'SIICEIISE/ ,. Inc. of Pensacola is the

f have. left their prices for back till the week of July 20. Shafer 5 4 DURING YOUR '' receiver of the contract
charter the same as last year. .k BIRTH Work is to begin sometimeIn
Al Zamba Pache ":* 2 7 MONTH
I JulY and Is scheduled to

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WeVe
"f.f :" Claude H. Barrow Bunnell,

;> got is among thirteen DBJC electronics

',students to qualify for
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: :, diplomas Friday at. the Junior

I the lowpricedspread. ; The College.next In electronics
program
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as a result, of govern- ...
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nt m. Friday June '27, in the
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1 Florida established
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Low. Fairlane.: $. t 1// \ park system in 1935, Incorporating
It ; } I it into the Florida Boardof
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l' ,. .' -... Historic Memorials as a sepa
rate agency.
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'i) tremendous growth during its
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Board. Only 400,000 visitors ,
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were reported 1.J1/.1949/ and attendance
has now passed the
7 million mark for this year.
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Campers have Increased from
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