The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 NO. 28 THURSDAY JULY 3_. 1969 $3.50 A YEAR ,
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'*: ''; Studies :Schools" I

The Board of County Commissioners At Meeting 0 I I

met In special session '
with C. B. Miller and son The Flagler County School

, Jack Miller. Tuesday night to Board met In special session ;' ,
reconsider portions of the r + Tuesday night' in an attempt J .

t previously approved airport to determine which schools

.: lease which was reported to would be operated next year.' ,

be unacceptable by the Fed. Because of 'the .crowd of .
'eral Aviation Authority. *" ': -7F1; :: 'about fifty parents and other:. i I

Commissioner George Wick- interested persons the
1 line,,reported that he had met E $' ing was held in the meet'I'
with FAA officials in Deland ; ;T' room. i

1 last week and reviewed the Superintendent Jim Craig' ..
lease contraot with them. He y"a' J
outlined the financial situa .' .
i stated that FAA. was not tion the 'Board Is' in as the

, agreeable to the'24 year'lease result of loss of $30OOO 'state" "' ...

. and the clause that gave funds'last year : Miller certain "exclusive" art V4 V4w ed loss of ah additional $25 .,..r ,_
1... ,rights. 00 in state funds this yea ;
,' Jim Tucker, attorney for Also, if no action is taken-to..i:? '
Millers stated that. he had follow HEW guidelines on tot- --,
been in contact with FAA al integration the Board faces ,17.; ;
since then "and had revisedthe ''the loss of an addI.Uol1al.$50-, \ .r
contract to meet their ap :: 000 federal funds. .,," "
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proval. He presented his re- U yw. '''' r T "" -"'''"-' Craig said they just didnot'; ; i
vised contract to the Board A large crowd is expected to attend the alUday Independence Day celebration at Flagler have the money to operate f '

and asked ,that it be approved. .Beach. The resort town facilities and beach are expected to be jammed .to,' capacity for the annual the. county's three, schools as? ..

celebration, Many events including a beauty; pageant, fishing ,contest, elaborate fireworks they were operated last .year.
Several commissioners stat- display, and street: dance are scheduled tor theusual crowd of visitors and residents.; He said he was 'standing by
ed that neither they, nor their ---- ------ his previous recommendationthat

, attorney, Leland B. Shaw' had Beach SHRINE .CUB TAX ASSESSOR. all children in 'grades
had an "opportunity to study Flagler RELEASES 1 thru 5 be placed at Bunnell

the revised contract. TO SEE fltl'tf! ( EVALUATIONS'County Elementary No. 2 (Carver). <
Plans .
Big .
: Alfred .School and .that kindergarten
Board member Tuck
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A colored film;;/"The Breath Tax Assessor n J.d
, .. and grades''6 thru 12
- er moved .ptat. copies .of the .. the ..treat"ment R: Moore,,released, tax:figures placed
J FourthLI or Life" Sh'owiwg -
L July l. : 'y at BunneU High School.. .., .
, '" revised contractbe furiflsHetl-1''* r. "':;"' 'fortrnphysertigL"ahd otft1 *this'-week' Whictr'lbd1cated;art .r '; 'r. ,
each member and the board's Flagler+ Beach has planned respiratory diseases will be increase of $991,076 In.the Board member Raymon F.
attorney and that another activities for entertainment ofa shown to,'the Flagler County non-exempt tax roll for i960.: Tucker moved that all three \
special meeting be held Wednesday host of visitors on July 4th. Shrine Club Thursday; July The total tax roll is.. $44-' schools be:open on a freedom'
evening' to take action The ;main attraction will be 10 at 8:30: p. im. at the Bun- 509,134 while $6,997,860 of,this of choice basis. Harold Emery
,. on the new contract. The the, beauty contest to be held nell Civic Centet: The' public, total Is exempt from taxes. seconded the motion. H. V.'
motion carried. at city, park at 6 p. m. Mrs. is invited to view'the film according \u The'exempt tax roll includes Pea vy -said he could not sup '

Jasper White chairman for to Henry Scott, pro h-o m est e ads, government, port the motion unless he
CITY PLANS the Flagler Woman's Club gram chairman. school and church properties. could see a satisfactory plan ,
said they have 20 beautiful An. inhalation therapist will Moore said the increasedtax for financing the three ,
DANCE young ladies participating be on hand to answer questions roll came from,real estate schools. Dave ,Perryman-and'
FOR and they have 20 sponsors. concerning the film. evaluation increases since Chairman Myrtle' Rice voted t I
FOURTHThe of the Miss railroad and "no"'. Thus the motion did
... The winner The Shriners will have a personal property .
.v The City of Flagler Beach Flagler contest will receivea covered"dish supper for mem- taxes were down slightly. not pass.

:.:;'' is sponsoring a street dance trophy and a twenty-five bers and their' wives at 7:30: The increases were account. 'Board member Harold Em.
( ... Friday night July;4b from 9 dollar savings bond. p. m. prior to the film. ed for in raising No. 1 timber 'ery moved''that the superin.terudent's'recommendation
r.. p. m.-1 a. m.' for .teenagers Fireworks display will be land from $63'' to $70 per acre for,

,J'J'J .', .' : at' the Thriftway Store parkIng featured from the pier at nlcipal pier In:order to qualify .' and No. 2 pasture land from the two campus plan be re
lot.Music. nightfall with George Wick. I Contest $63 to $70 per acre. Also, new jected. Dave Perryman seconded .,
for categories '
... for ,the public event line serving as pyrotechnic- prizes. buildings and Improvementswere the motion and It was,
, will be provided' ''by the "Cres- and prizes'to be included In the increase. carried.
.: : cendos" of Jacksonville. There Ian.Other entertainment will Include: Largest fish, six Millages have not. yet been There was some discussion

,Y '.,;' is no admission.; Include a Little League base months free rod'and-fishing reel pass most anda set by the. School, Board' aBoard relative to operating the Flag-
spinning ;
ball game on the Flakier County Commission' ler Beach School with four
, ATTORNEYS Beach Field at 4 p. m. Also fish, 30, day free pass and ers since they have not reach teachers and moving the. seventh -
r.,' OPEN OFFICE featured In the program will spinning rod;. smallest fish ed that stage of budget prep and eighth grades from
:' 30 fishing ; and most
day pass;
FLAGLER BEACH be a Ladles Softball game at aration. Carver. to Bunnell.: High
unusual fish 'caught, 30 day
7 p. m., or following ithe Beau. School. This would eliminate
Duffett, Barry and Seps free The fishing
\ \ ty Contest., pass. passes COURTHOUSE six teachers
i and about
'.. ,
well known Ormond Beach will be given 'by the City of save
Everyone,, adults and young OFFICES: CLOSED 50000.' No action takenon
_,_ ; { law firm' has opened an of Flagler Beach and fishing was .
t sters, are eligible to enter the FRIDAY. JULY 4, this plan.Superintendent.
'flee in the Moore Building at fishing contest sponsored by tackle prizes are donated by All county offices in the '

' ", Flagler Beach. Members of the, City of Flagler Beach July Pier Tackle Shop. courthouse will be closed all Craig stat .
I; '* the firm' are Donald J. Westbrook '.will ''be In ed that Mrs. Lena M. Barasa
Seps, 4 from 6 a.'m.,- 6 p. m., Fish Cecil day Friday, July 4 In observance -
-- "l Henry P. Duffett and.Ralph, must be caught from ,the mu. charge, of ,the,fishing 'contest. of the national holiday. a Bunnell High School teacher -
t'f Barry, Jr. had filed a "Petition for
L" Seps said the law office MONSTER '.EATS.TREES Alternative Writ of Mandam

'ij will ,be open Tuesdays and .,,,,"" .'," ',.'" ,,, .. .,, ,._,.. ,'<_., .- d. .' U .' us" thru her .attorney R;, K.' .
f} Thursdays from 9 au m.:--5 p. : Robertson Deland. .
. ; : .
' ,- m. Mrs. Jan Spangler.. Flagler a i'j.Y ''' ''''' The 'suit' pertains to her
Beach, has.,been', employed as 1tiitiJ/iJ/2lf;: : ... .'. .Jf.i1"!:! ; *"" alleged contract status. Craig I
secretary. : t., ; stated that Information avail
'ti''; Clients '1can'' contact: the of,: ..., ( > :jC } t able to him was,that the case

flee by dialing 4392354. '," i{? t: could,'be. ,won"by the 'school

'i'' f? t t \"t.t"'"",,>.,"".., R. board. The Board. ,agreed : to
.J. '';' defend. -k
F. B. FIREMENTO ."d,..j;""'oj".." 'J .'".,. ;..' '
MEET FRIDAY ) ,r ,','. 't 1 : ;: f. \ .' School Board attorney
<::'.:t"'i" 'i' Charles Tlndell
All 'Flagler Beach Volunteer : f{ \ --- .. resigned ear
filer In
June. .
Firemen are asked to meet at .,
2:00 Friday afternoon atCity ,, .. "'' ,jirl.\ ,,;>- a new attorney will be considered
Hall, according to Assistant .'d',
Fire': Chief .J, O., ul1ard.- : \ .... j CITY

Tlt>E TABLE } ,, ,-. ""1' CLOSED JULY 4th { ,
Tide for July 3-9 .: ."
HIGH ; ', W'\v: .j4ur; City Hall at both Flagler
.Day A.M. P.M..M.. ;, ..p :- Beach and 'Bunnell will be _,
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":;" 3.: ., .11:12 1212.; v4:54 ;j5:06.(:, '. .w closed all day July 4th .... '
-i4 : 12:01: 12:12 548; 6:02: '.. '_ City Clerk,'Barbara McCabe r .: t
-i5 '::!-12:30:: l:0e( 6:427:12 .. Ji of, Burmell. advised .that, there i[
Picturedis' her nt 8O-ton self..propelJed.choppet-, i ho "!nonster.' This'blg'machinemakes *
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6' 1:24 2:06: 7:42: 8:18;: would be no garbage'or trash -
7 '2:24 '3:00: 8:36 9:18 a">clean t sweep ,of trees like those ;ln the background and>.other'':growth' inuthe preparation collection July 4th.. .All collections *

8 3:18 4:00: 9:24: 10:18 for tree planting. The MONSTER is operating on Hudson Pulp & 'Paper Company property would be :made on

9 4:12 4:54: 10:18: 11:12 southwest of Bunnell. __ .. [ July 3rd.




."JULY 3,
THUnS. 1969c
UJfJt' 3fllajjlrr mrthUttt' ;nte8econd; claim matter 2-THE, PLAGLEH TRIBUNE,
INCORPORATED February B., 1913. at the po.t-
DUNNELL. VLOIUDA.+ omce at Biinn ll. Florida, under "Center Cut"
Act of March 3, 187ft. HOI E ( Lean Western
Editor andCLEOO lee ... COPT
BETTS S. McDANIEL oae Year _30M Pork Chops
News Editor 914! : M..th. ..._......- ..--..5deala.ated '

.e.p....... far .n patade. N'lasler C..t7 $
'Leaal Adrertlalas ..... rer'Yea \\JA'

... '" EDITORIAL. lb. 8 S


The'freedom<< of our great country dates back to July 4. 1776
This provided U. S. D. A._ ChoicCHUCK
when the Declaration of Independence
us the course that was followed In throwing off the shacklesof
domination by Great Britain. STEAKS lb. 68

The freedom of Flagler County dates back to 1917 when
we became an Independent county' with the rights to levy the
taxes we wanted to, pay build the roads we could afford and
direct the affairs of our new environs as was In our best Inter Choice JuicyALL -

est. Our country met serious challenge years later In the War MEAT STEW Ib.Lean 78

of 1812 with Great Britain. Flagler County Is ineeUng Its first .
serious challenge 52 years later as the legislature considersthe
termination of the freedom of 39 small counties in the state.

Since the legislature has been reapportioned the urban or Western !
large counties have taken control so that about five of the largo
est counties could rule the state. Flagler County 'as, well as Ib.5S
many islature.other small counties lost their representative In the leg. PORK STEAKS .

The new urban legislature started immediately whittle .
the advantages the small counties had been enjoying.
aY toM, away
4a The gasoline tax distribution was revised so that Flagler County Fresh Lean Lyke "su k MEAT

.",::1ft \ lost funds for road construction and maintenance., GROUND BEEF NKS
1 Several attempts have been made to change the method of I.'I
"; distributing the racing commission funds. First, they tried to lbs. $1r 69 (Each 45c) 312 oz. $",,29.a.

'" redistribute according to population!, but the constitution pro 3 ., .. ,.&
;1 tects small counties by providing equal distribution. -

iThen., they attempted to place all racing funds In the state's ,
; Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D "SPLIT"BROILERS
C general fund. This failed ,because many of the small counties
had Issued bonds pledging the racing funds as legal security. '
The last attempt was to place a ceiling' on,the amount to be distributed -
to each county. / lb. 38t
f' %During the last session 'of the legislature the small county
school funds faced several, attacks. Flagler County schools will
suffer loss of state funds next: year which, together with the .,
anticipated loss of federal funds, could cause a severe strainon -

local But the school most financing.severe attack on the 'small v counties comes' MEATY LEAN SPARE RIBS Ib. .68J;

with big county bills to.consolidate small counties Into several ;
medium sized counties.Representative f : ,:"
Crider of Duval entered such bill r""
County a Libby'a No. 303 Can .
during the last session of the legislature..It would consolidate Cream'Style HOUSE
Flagler St. Johns, Putnam and Clay counties into,one county. I or whole kernelLykpfa CORN 5 :(00 '
Even to Crider's surprise the consolidation bill passed the '
House committee without a dissenting vote. It was too late to $$ ". 12 oz. Can COFFEE, ;' ,:

go_ any further this past session; but Crider, waS confident it LUNCHEON,;. Each -
would next MEAT 49$
pass year. ... Tin '47', e
We feel sure that our own legislative delegation' will vigorously "
All Flavors 46'oz. Can -
oppose the dissolution of Flagler County. This writer 1 with (
Hw"iian $ f.OO pr more food,,order
talked with Senator Richard Stone of Dade County when he was p } PUNCH 3> For 8geLi s
at the Princess Estate last month and he had a clear under- _
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standing of the plight of the small counties and stated that he 'Blue, 'Plate Quart Jar -
would not vote to consolidate any counties unless' ithe counties Ea. I DELITE,
involved agreed by vote, to be consolidated. MAYONNAISE 49C I

Senator Stone'said he .believed in the philosophy of keeping OLEO
government close to the people. He was Impressed 'by the fact Kraft 18 oz. Bottle

that people could, go to the court house and see their officials, BAR-B-Q SAUCE Ea. ..Pound

they could call the sheriff and get action, they could ,buy their 39'I: (in.Solids), -JLU0
auto tags without long waits and they could have their car inspected :

In a few minutes. : ''CRYSTAL Limit 2 with$5.00..or,more- food order
If we are to survive as_ a county we must convince other big' DIXIE
county senators and representatives of our desire to operate as H "''' -- .
an independent county This writer does not put much stockin S,U GAR "
petitions; but we feel strongly that personal contacts thru l' ,:: BORDEN'S
letters or mutual friends could have a considerable effect in
letting them know our desires. 5; & 39* ICE MILK.p

Representative Crider said there was virtually no opposition
to,his consolidation bill. So, we must let him, know how Limit 1 ,with'. $5.OO or more'food order' -
we feel. HALF -

We need not go as far as Patrick Henry did in 1776 when -- GALLON 39*
," he said "Give me liberty or give me death". But, we do need ,- FRESH PRODUCE (Ass't Flavors)
to organize a campaign to "Let us keep our county".
Golden Ripe'BANANAS -
John A. Clegg lb. 'CO- -, :- "

many 0 f these emergencieswill
ever occur and the out. Firm RipeI I' .
VACATION come ,if they do," said Kirk. SNOWDRIFT

SAYS.. KIRKMAN, man.Many motorists drive defensively TOMATOES lb. 29c .1"
c '
,:- "Hang on to good. d Iytgg on A vacation trip Juicy SEEDLESS 3 IK. S.- '
':: : habits,, they work; 'all year because ;of untamIlJIIl'.sur.-: TinLimit ,
r long", is, the advJc 81veJ\.1n'-; the roundings but fall.to keep. up CRAPES lb. 33e 1 with $g.o0 or more food order
% pteticf after.they'return, _
the ,Florida. Highway Patrol : .
said. Kfrkman.KIrkmh _
to motorists returning
I today ,
,from safe summer vas tiQms.Colonel ; .conclud4d.by say.... ,"'-- -
H._K. KUkmaru' ,DIrector ing "Look,at lt;t fB'way, the
I. of_ the Department. :of good idriyiafc hmblw., god.ypil
Public Safety said.. "Vacations throug. a summer oC travel.:
; They ,worked fo*, the summer
must come to, 'an end; 'but
,- don't let the good driving and,'they ,will: wotfe.all .ydr'
tihabits.. you have displayed long for,you And your safety."
during, the trip end with it. -->-- -- ., RODGERS' ,
Keep the good habits" they t ",..__ ..... : IJ
work all yea'! long. .
.' : .. The veteran Patrol com- t<<
mander said one, of the best !Jt aQ't'l18lf'S V "Ml : :
'% habits, .,to keep is that, of con- !" ,." 1:111: II
, stantly being prepared for ;I) watt nera..Fi, ,
4 2111.II Phone' 437-3227
,r ,. roadway emergencies. {t'Driverr' U.-.... ,'
". ,I" alertness ,and vehicle condition ..,.... 8 -OO a.m.-1:00.p.m. U.S.- ,- ;No.or.--. I BUNNELL"
:will determine whether Quantity Right Reserved Prices '
Good July I 3? 4. S. 6 and 7, 1969

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3 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JULY 3., 1969 the fastest growing In Miami

the needs of the economy 'of with deposl 143 during percent the increase past year.in CHURCH '

the Individual nations through Masvldal's close.assciation IJ}; .
Too Late special or bi-lateral*,, trade 'with Latin-American bankers I f:
I I agreements: many* of they deplorable and'' business.gxecptives has NEWS'REV. '
.Tp Classifyt ; ; situations of poverty made hid bank: Latin-Amer- I
\ could, be eliminated: 'Such.. lean center.In.JHlami and he ---- .i_- '
By- Russ311 Kay .' II., action' he thinks would : pro looks fdcward: to] the ,day -,. .
vide the proper structure to when his native Cuba will C., W. BARNESTO FLAGLER. COUNTY
In a conference with' Florl put the poorer Lath: .Amer can 'again numbered among CHURCH DIRECTORY /,
;da Senator Ed Gurney recent. nations on the road to solving the free'' nations t>/ the earth FILL PULPIT
ly, Dr. Alberte Diaz-Masvidal, their political'._ economic and with, close/ties.wit r the western ,
former Cuban attorney and educational problems. world;..;:' ';;:'$ .... AT FLAGLER BEACH CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe
,economist, now president of a Masdlval was one of Cuba's' The Rev. C. W. Barnes will Rev. Father Ant..1onyLeon.
leading Guatemala bank and most prominent attorneys and be the supply pastor at the Pastor
majority stockholder In the economists prior to leaving Flagler Beach First Baptist
Republic National Bank in that country in I960. He :was MONDAY THRU Church during th absence of Church Korona
M 4 | St. Marys ;
Miami' pointed out that American senior consultant of the 'In Rev. Max Hall, pastor. Rev.
,WEDNESDAY"The Sunday Mass..._....... 7:30 a. m.
hand-outs and 'road ter-American .Development v and Mrs. Hall are on vacation Weekday Masses: Monday,
building' Is not the answer to Bank. He spent a year in the the' month of July. Wednesday and, Friday, 8:30:
Latin American problems. U" S. before purchasing the Great There will be no Community a. m. '
He advocates a program Banco de Comercioy Indus. Hymn Sings''' during July. r""
that will really reach the peo- tria de Guatemala, where he Escape Blessed Sacrament Chapel "
ple, create new, jobs and bet- now resides. In five years and I SUNDAY SERVICES Flagler Beach '
ter pay scales for workers. In on credit he tripled the assetsof Sunday Mass ..._.._...9:00 a. m.
"short help ttf help themselves. the institution. Twenty per- -:-Starring- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Weekday Masses: Tuesday,, '

He advocates a cutback In cent of the bank's stock' is Steve McQueen and G t. Thursday and Saturday at,
owned by the U. S. Bank of CHURCHES JULY. .
direct American monetary aid t i 9:00: a. m.Catechism.
and the establishment of a California, the first time amajor James Garner "The Lord is good to all: Classes. 3:00 p. m.
,i' "Small Business, Administra U. S. bank has taken, a and his tender mercies are Tuesday.St. .
tion" to .help Improve terms minority interest In a Central greatest .war epic over all his works." This verse .
of trade and put more money American Bank. He also headsa since the Bridge Over from Psalms is part of the Stephens, Bunnell
in the-economy enabling fam-, consumer's finance coQ pany the River Kwai", says Sermon on "God" to Sunday Mass:..._...10:30 a. m.
flies to*eventually provide for, In Guatemala that, is partially Chicago Times. be heard in all Christian Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
themselves. To overcome real owned by the National Science! churches Sunday. All Tuesday. .
social evils 'depends upon' a Bank of Boston. -Also- 'are welcome to attend.A Confessions before all masses.
man being able to properly Masdlval is vitally interested related passage from Weekday Devotion: Novena j
provide 'for his effort, not' in In Miami which he believes ""The Thomas Science and Health with Keyto \to Our Lady Wednesday and \. .
receiving a dole from the gov will 'eventually be the centerof the Scriptures by Mary Saturday after Mass. JP....* ,I IV
ernment. communication for all Lat- Crown' Affair" Baker Eddy states: "God is f
Masvidal puggests: \ that an in-America. He expects that not moved by, the breath of Community Memorial \ '
International' agency could be Castro will eventually .be praise to do more than' He 'Church. .
created, similar -to' the U. S. overthrown, not from without, -Starring- has already done; noncan the Daytona Ave Flagler" Beach .
"Small :Business Administration" but from within, as was. In, I infinite do less than bestowall Reverend R, W. Dickert. Pastor %
financed partly by the ,donesia! Steve McQueenand good, since He is unchanging Sunday School ..... .__._...9:45:
government using some of Masv dars Republic National widom and Love." Worship Service _..., _.._..11:()()
the money it now takes for Bank in Miami, has adopted .. Ladles Guild: Last Thursday
"our import duties" for the a theory of helping exiled Faye Dunaway of each month at 2 p. m '
sole purpose of aiding small Cubans' find 'a new life in the '
privately-owned: businesses In' Community. He plans to phys BUNNELLCINEMA elSPOR1S First Baptist Church' '..
Latin-America. ically rebuild the bank shortly Rev. Charles Anders., Pastor ,
into a highrise structure on Moody Boulevard Bunnell 1.<
"If the'United States would '
provide better trade relations," the corner of LeJeupe Road' NOTES Sunday School.__..:.9:45 a. m. 'v
and W_ Flagler'Street Its
Masvidal said, and consider Worship Servlce..11:00: a. m.- \
present location. The bank is SUMMER SOFTBALL Evening'Worship.._.6:30: p. m.
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Adult Choir .._..7:30:
RESULTSBy Sunbeams ''and GAs: 3 p. m.

Buddy Taylor Monday
YWA: 8 p. m. 1st and 3rd
' Pierson defeated the Meth- Monday .
odist in the first game. Rich- Prayer, Meeting: 7:30 p. rrI.
ard Yelvington paced the win- Wednesday .
ners with 4 hits. Richard has' 'Junior Choir: 3:30: p. m.
> rx;
"' been on vacation, the rest 'Thursday
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must have helped him.

'z"b In the second game Jiffy First United Methodist
defeated Wadsworth in a Lambert Avenue Bunnell
; closely contested game. Jiffy ''Rev. Earle A. Wilder., Pastor
.3 ; } scored the winning run In the Sunday School...__..9:45 a. m.
.(' last Inning. Jack Knight led Worship Service..._.11:00 a. m..
his team with 4 hits include Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45p. j
ing a home run. m. Wednesday U
Monday night the Insure Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal: 'f
ance team beat the Methodist 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3
in a runaway. Murray ,3pm.: (\
Smith paced the Insurance MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays i H
team with 4 hits and the 6:30: p. m. f
Methodists are now! tied for WSCS: 1st. Wednesday at ,
second place. There will be a 9a.m.
playoff Thursday at 7:30: p.rn. Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday
The winner will finish secondfor at8p.m. V
the first-half. Methodist. Men 3rd Wednesday :

Pierson defeated Wads at 7:15 ,:p.? m.
worth to win the first-half &
: championship. Richard Yel Flagler Beach United

P vington was credited with Methodist ,Church
L two homeruns.The DR. DALLAS BROWNING.
league's five top bat- PASTOR
ters ((25 or more times at bat) Daytona Ave., Flaaler" Beach
are Murray Smith, JVAB31-Hltsk Church School..._._..9:00: a.m.
21-Avg. .677; Larwrency TUrner Morning Worshlp..lO:00 a. m.
AB 33-Hlts 22Avg. .667;
Bobby Worth, ,AB29-Hits 18-': PENTECOSTAL -
Avg.. .620; Buddy Taylor, AB HOLINESS CHURCH
29-Hits 18-Avg..620; Richard BunnelL Off Fran 'St.'
Yelvington, AB 25-Hits 15- Reverend T. D. Peacock. Pastor
Avg. .600. Richard Yelvingtonleads Sunday School.10:00 a. m.
the Homerun Derby Worship Service..._11:00 a. m. '
with 3 runs.Monday Prayer Meet..Wed. '7:30 p. m.
nigK\ July' 7 the Worship Serv....Sun. 7:30: p. m.
Insurance team vs. Jiffy and
: Surely thereSa better Methodist, vs. 'WadsW rth. St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
; way, Thursday' night!: ,Jiffy/. 'plays' Rev. Thomas Mably.
I. Pierson;and; Priest In
A'I InsuranceIays, Charge:
/ j4, :'!''.. : .. I W, usworth.. _..'.._: .' ". *.'/. ,r.''\"': 3 miles eat: of Bunnell on

"'i1f .4" I ."" ., ".",.._-..... -..... ?.{ ... ':..p.' Highway '100 '> ,
'" / -h f .&(' BILLIARD -. Morning W6rshlp.iIlOOO. ( a. m
: ',1: f The; better,wa,. \ n 01g'OIrJFIAMEfT.tt'Ili ; Church SchooI....,...10:00: a' m.
I: f .., : -.,... Holy Communion first SundayHof .

One of the better things, about '.M Ask your appliance dealer '\.: CONCLUDED, -. ....., :+' [ each month ,

,, doing( dishes.the'automatic; elec-i about' an electric waste disposer., 30'the Church'N.
Monday First
night June Baptist
trie way is that you save as much ,too.'It will free(you from another' final
'as an hour and a half a.day.Time 3 ;,chore by putting an end to messy \ rounds'were played with Central Ave.'Flagler Beach
: Davey Solomon winning Rev..Max HalL Pastor i is
to good use with garbage handling. *;' over :
can put *
'I { you your family. Or'shopping.:.Or:Entertaining w .When it comes to saving' you J'.. "'his opponents In the double Sunday School_ __...9:45: a.-m.
elimination1*Snooker Tournament Service....11OO
your guests. 'work and time there's no match. Worship a.m;
Meanwhile,your electricdish' for flameless electric..: '? -.-,. held at the Bunnell Pool ,
washer sparkle-cleans and 'sanitizes Eleven rate reductions: ,Room.. $ (
J'. everything thoroughly'.for'. ; .since 19S7I The'average price "Charles Pelllcer was'' close" ATTEND THE t:

.; family, health protection;. And ,; paid per kilowatt hour by..FPL- second,- Jerry Medders'.placed 'OF YOUR !
. ..keeps your hands'out of hot,wa-' served families today one-thIrd .. third. and'' Cliff ('Sheffield, :Jr. ,CHURCH j
':J. ter, so they stay soft and lovely. less than it.war. in;1957.1. ,.: K, ii' was fourth. 'DaVey Solomon, CHOICE ON SUNDAY i iIII
the. winner, received a cue .. .
J ,- stick,as-a prize.

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KING- gown of pink and white chif PORTE FAMILYTO 4-.THE 'FLACLER 'TRIBUNE


I WEDDING father's best man and ushers JULY FOURTH Mr. and Mrs: Elmer Yankee
were H. V, Peavy and Harry of Detroit
.I Mr. and Mrs..Herschel King Atkinson. of the John Porte and sOl. }arriVed Danny Tuesday to
Sr. are at home aJr 201 East There, was a receptlbn af- Max Pore and Martin Porte Mlchu: '
Tuesday to
.. :Magnolia Avenue Bunnell, ;, .. terward at the Bunnell 'Civic famJlIelIwtll'gather at the Mich., .arrived'nionths a*
'"" two Flagler
?.after their marriage Junev"2O' Center. :Mrs. II. V. Peavy was Martin Porte home, ,Lambert spend
and subsequent wedding trip in charge. Assisting were Avenue Flagler Beach, for a Beach. staying" with Mr.

I to North Carolina. Mrs. Vivian Mullinnix. Daytona family reunion Friday, July 4. .tifa They are,W. L. Bragg at Little .
The bride, who has lived in Beach; Mrs. Larry King Among; those from out of and Mrs. Park, North
Bunnell the past 14 years, is St. Augustine; Mrs. S. J'. Til- town attending the family get- Michigan
secretary at Wadsworth Lumber ton Jr., :Mrs. Walter Knight, together,will be Mr. and Mrs. Hwy. AlA.
Company.. Mr. King is a Mrs. James Miller Mrs. Virginia Robert Porte and children of
j ....t.native of Bunnell and is engaged King all of Bunnell; Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lamb
Cecil Griffin and
.;. in the farming busi and Mrs. Al Jones Flagler Arthur Jaynes Whittier, Cal.; and Mrs. son
,,ness.. Beach. Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Amo, Ken of Omega Georgia, spent
: ". Rev. Thomas Pinner, pastor White lace covered the Wyandotte Mich.; Mr. and .t.td the weekend at Painters Hill
*of the North Hlleah Baptist bride's table where the three- Mrs.' Mervin Porte, Fullerton, with Al and Leola Jones.

.' Church, performed the double- tiered wedding cake topped C Jlf.; and Mrs. Katherine
ring-candlelight in Allen and children Poway Mr. and Mrs. Hartford
ceremony with wedding bells formed the
Calif. Vaught and son, Jamie
the Bunnell First Baptist
centerpiece. Lighted tapers
//Science 11111, Ky. are vacation
Church. Ray Mercer, Bunnell,
and flower arrangements accented
was organist and :Mrs. David the table. A champagne Recent houseguests at the ing at their home, 1203 S.
Hislenbeck, Deland, was so- fountain centered the home of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Central A ve.O\ Flagler Beach.
I Joist punch table overlaid with Rice, Artesla' Park North Hwy. Mona Theresa Rawlins,1969 -
The bride, escorted by her white lacelMiss AlA, were Mr and Mrs. Norman Bunnell High School graduate VACATIONING

son, Gregory Crews, wore a vickI King daughterof Cockman and daughter has been awarded a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchins
floor length empire gown of the bridegroom, kept the Beverly, Virginia Beach, Va.; $1200 Regents Scholarshipfrom '" Kings Mountain, N. C. are
I pink chiffon fashioned with bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Gamble the Florida Board of staying at the Autry Apart
long sleeves and pink satin ? Greensboro, N. C.; Mr. Regents Scholarship Program. ments while vacationing at
collar. A headdress of Jewel Among the out of town and Mrs. Bill Guthri and Miss Rawlins an honor student Beach
pink flowers held her should- guests were Mr. and Mrs. daughters New Castle Ind.; and salutatorian of .the Flagler
Robert Bumsed. Titusville; and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bedell 'graduating class is the
el length veil. She carried a ,
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deen
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Leslie, Tit
bouquet of pink sweetheartroses Guilford College N. C. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Caroline
usville Mr. and Mrs. John and daughters
; Rawlins .North Hwy. AlA, '
and white carnations.Mrs. .
Kathleen, Belle Glade, are
Sumner, Jacksonville; Mr.
Charles Cowart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Stokesof Flagler BeachEligibility
In Bunnell with their
and Mrs. Anthony Marcenelli
matron Tampa spent the weekendin requirements include -
was of honor. She
,Longwood Mr. and Mrs. Guy parents Mr. andMrs._ W. W.
; ,
wore a floor length empire Bunnell visiting with Mrs. ranking in the top
Deen and Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
: gown of turquoise chiffon and Patterson Orlando; Mrs. J. W. Brown and Miss Shep percent of the high school
J satin and carried white and Stuart Rockett, New Smyrna; Cochran. / seniors in Florida_ as Judged Craig.
Mr. and Mrs. Burnsed
turquoise carnations. Ralph by the statewide forma
Susan Wendy Crews, daugh Pierson; Mrs. Esther Lackey INDIANA GUESTS Twelfth Grade Testing Program PENN. VISITORS
.'ter of the bride, was flower 'Astor; and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry v (a score of 425 or higher Flagler Beach City Commissioner -
girl. She wore a long empire Burnsed. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Irwin'' of ) and have a high school and Mrs. Howard Lerch
I Columbus, Indiana are visiting record of at least 3.5 on' a 4.0 Flagler Beach had as house
\ NEW YORK VISITORSMr. MTRL HENRYCELEBRATES ,at Flagler Beach with his point scale through the first guests last week Misses Carol

.. and Airs. Stephen Hunt BIRTHDAY brother and sister in law AvalonAvenue. Mr. term of her senior year. Fisher Sharon Lansing and
-t and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Myrl (Bud) Henry celebrated and Mrs.. Eddie Irwin Miss Rawlins will attend Sallle Sattesahn, all of Lebanon
'j Hunt of-Jamestown. N. Y. are his birthday Saturday the University of Tampa Pa. and Miss Lucille Dun-
visiting at Flagler Beach with 'nIght at a dinner party given VISITS PARENTS where she will major in. bi dore of Quentin,. Pa. '
Mr. and Mrs. Les Watermanand by' his wife Frances at ology.

Mrs. Vivian Hanna and Rainbow Ranch 'at Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Thompson She also received a $1000 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hard
daughter Mrs. Faith Bullock. About 40 attended the gala and children left Saturday scholarship. from the University ing who are vacationing at
affair. to return to their homeat of of Tampa and was the Flagler Beach have as house-
HOME FROM S. C. Among those from Bunnell Norfolk, Va after spending recipient of the Bunnell Parent guests Fred Reiger and sons
attending were Mr. and Mrs. two weeks visiting at BImini Teachers 1969 $200 scholarship of New York City.
Mrs., Rudye Shamblen
and Leonard King. Mr. and Mrs. with her award.
parents Mr. and
I grandsons, Ronnie and Don- Don Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. RETURNS
I Mrs. Frank TO ATLANTAMrs.
Stefllk Sr.
nie Brock, returned home Saturday .
Charlton Wall, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN RICES
from Holly Hill, S. C.: David Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. VISITING DINNER HOSTS Penny Anderson and
where they visited two weeks Rodger Edwards, Mr. and GRANDPARENTSMiss children Greg, -Mechele and
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe White Mrs. Howard E_ Miss Sherry' Ann-' Mr. and Mrs. John. .C.. ,Rice Martin'and Mrs. Renee Palmer
mery Zysk
and family. .Myrlene Henry and Bobby Coeur D'Alene. Idaho is visitIng -, and! Mr. and Mrs. ..John A. returned to Atlanta, Ga.'Monday .
;. Amy and Jody While r'e- ''McNaughton. at Flagler Beach with her .. Clegg celebrated their wed. after spending a
? turned home with Mrs. Sham grandparents Mr,"" arid Mrs. ding anniversaries at'r"a'' din-7 "'week"at Flagler Beach with

blen and will remain for several JIMMY BRYANCELEBRATES Alex Zysk. \ ner party. last Tuesday evening Mrs..Anderson's parents, Mr.
weeks visit. Sherry's father given, by 'the Rices at and Mrs. Henry Bardltsky.
John W. ,
home, :Artesla
16th Zysk retired ,
Army'Major and
Rita Pelllcer returned home former North Hwy. A1A. LYNN MECHELE
Jimmy Bryan celebrated his Beach resident, was
I Monday from Joining the couples for the
Hampton Ga. sixteenth birthday Friday recently assigned as Assistant YELVINGTON
after two weeks 'celebration were Mr. and Mrs.
visit with her Forest Warden
night at a party at the at Coeur D'
uncle and aunt Moses and Ball Restaurant Ormond Alene by the Idaho Dept. .of diana.Guthrie of New Castle In. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mack
; Joan Atkinson. Rita's sisters Beach. Public Lands Yelvington, Seville, are parents .
J j Robin and Rhonda, are visit Joining him for the gala occasion of daughter born Wednesday .
1 ing at Hampton this week were his parents, Mr. Recent houseguests of Roy I July 2 '
with the Atkinson and will and Mrs. Keene Gurnee and Gordon Bunnell, were his son i at Halifax Hospital Daytona
I return home this weekend. his sister, Helene Bryan. PLAZATHEATRE Mrs.in law and daughter Mr. and Beach.
Bradshaw and ,She weighed seven pounds
sons* Suffolk Va.; and his and eight ounces at Jblrth and

1 son ,and daughter in law, Mr. has been named Lynn Mech
Nominated- Best .Comedy of 1969 PALATKA and Mrs. Edgar Gordon, Fort ele Yelvfngton.Mr. .
I Lee Va.

I II I THURS. THRU SAT. Mr. Gordon joined'them last and Mrs. James Dinnis

{I jTfiejfndergraduatesJ [vs.Jhe Over-Thirties!j) '44THE WITH TROUBLE GIRLS" Mr.for weekend a visit at with Oxford another, Florida son, Tuesday Silver Spring to ,spend Md. -.several arrived .

,WithELVIS and MrsRandy Gordon days at .
Beach visiting
"""" and children.
Ix jflkr MGM rasreuDAVID PRESLEY her uncle Rufus Miller.,
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.. .. .. .. : 1 'r Miss Mary Susan Brannam Is teaching: arts and craft5t
/' ,' .J : .: : '" .J',,:,:, : !. ( : :'f" the summer recreation program at Bunnell Elementary School _
art Includes animals fish,
.- ., ''. The above display papier-mache
.,rz.;: ,' .: :: '* : '" flowers and o her objects.\ Pictured from 1 to r are Jay Rodgers,
.. DRESSESM .. ,- 1', Louie Mercer, Mickey .Atkinson, Daphne Roofers, Kim Knight.

.( :... .::: Carol HardIn, ;ATP1 Arnold and Bryant Robinson. .
\: : : -'
I -X Members and guests of the Mr. and Mrs. Danny Johnstonand
I A/ f" : '" .: ... Youth Action Club will havea Jack Petit attended the
A PANTSDRESSESSHORTS beach party and cookout Veterans of Foreign Wars
'S : J", Thursday July 3 at Flagler State Convention at the Rob-

.: : ,: : Beach. The affair will beginat ert Meyer Hotel ,in Jackson-
: 9 a. m. at Sixth Street ac. ville last weekend. :
:. \' .,.. ;'r:.' '.' \. ; ,J.. cording to Mrs. Joe Arnold. 3
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:./ .: "" : Mrs. Keene Gurnee is co- THANKSWe
.' 1 .. 01. k.; < chairman of the event.: would like' to use this
". 'JI"" Js 1'J ... .i There will be no admissionbut method of expressing our sincere t
SHOES' a donation will be takento gratitude and thanks, to .
\< i : .j... ; help defray expenses.' all our relatives,. friends and
: neighbors for their! prayers
.lr.' ,. ". SWIMSUITS' ,::. SURPRISE and many kind acts of sympathy .
; '--: HOUSEWARMING during the recent'' loss of
: FOR ZELLERS our loved one.
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: ,:', f" ., : Edward and Marsha Zeller With sincere appreciation
.. 'I. j". were surprised with a housewarming we thank the doctors and per-
At" ., : .'\.::: ... r.'; BRA DRESSES '. yo at their new homeIn sonnel at Bunnell General '
.' Colony Park, Bunnell, Sat- Hospital for their. many kind-
; ) :t::J'" J' : !! '. ; ... .;.. urday night given by Mrs. H. nesses during her lengthy

.... TOPSff.t: .I C. Cobb Mrs. Herbert v Brad illness..
.... : t'' :' PANTS '.1' .
: '. .' .,. "f.01.. .'. {..... "' ;,;... ",.,.,', ley and Mrs. Robert Walters. Also a, special thanks to ...
... !f'.. \ \' -"., ,. ,-!.- '. About thirty friends of the Father Leon for his comfort-
..': d' ;" .. 0 if "0 \ '.: couple attended. ing words at the services and ...
f !,. ;f'f'I I The hostesses served tempt the many special visits during.
'I ." ;'. i ing punch, coffee and dainty her illness. '
"."f'., ." 'r'. \ ': .:.' .'. sandwiches, to the invited The Family of
guests. Anna Mikulka

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Live and Dead Bait Beer & Sandwiches Ice
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Charles E.. ,Crea' ...........'.............President "- .L .L TM

Tom 'E., Holden..........,:..Vice President ,

.', Lily J. Creal.:_.._......_..Vice/', President. 0 F BUN. N ELL -ANDANYTHINQ I

,'. Howell- V. Peavy................... ........Cashier .' ._ I
., Camie. .C. Lynn....................Ass't Cashier --, .. 1 iB .

j. Seal........ ...... Ass't Cashier OF CONDITION > ,,z W .liIP !
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June 30 1969 4 .-v.,.V-." I .
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.:: t ', '*'.. F' Alford'i""/ Cash and due from Banks. .',' $ 731,129.94 Thursday Thru Sunday .,

.. {r'': John A. Clegg U. S. Government Bonds .1., 2,109,750.00 BUNNELLCINEMA ;

.it :. ., ., State, County and Municipal Bonds:. . 832, 95.34, .
..' R. W. CodyCharles ..... .
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\ Loans .. ,
:: ft.j .E. Creal '.,. ,.'.' \ .. : 1'.l" : 3.947,83.30tq
Bank '1 "$'. I
Building $ 8953J1.66
; I :: Lily J. Creal. ": -: :. f ,I&* .
1 1. .:..r.,:.. .. .. .. Furniture'and Fixtures,. '.. ..,.. ,. .r. . ..,. 2 6,484.80Other -. /
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: EMPLOYEES '; '. n'-f>i fj '-..... 1;. f '-' 1" '. Phone EA,5.9166'Furniture.
.. :'.. \ .. Capital Stock '. : .' ;.'...':" .. ? . ui. .$, 150,000.00 Upholtertng
.. Mary Lou Durrance. .. .... ; 1'14..,. .. '.1. ." Repaired & ReflnlshedMattresses :
.. I'; ; : I Surplus J. .. : .; ;' ., '- 300,000.00
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.t..,( '," t Rena Forson Undivided Profits ..'.... '... '1.: ':'.\: .Jo"-,. ". '' :. 4':: 96,210.275Jkf34S ", ... .: to Order. Also Renovated SpringsMade s'

Claudine Hosford Divident Not 43. Call
.t l i.. ,lJ. f 900.00rlt5 Laura Morris 437-3233
\ Beverly Ann JCellyJ1-. Deposits \J '. .. 6,23 4,,472.24: ;* After 6xOO P. M. -

.' Grace Phipps h.-# J Other Liabilities. (Unearned l IH rtij I j '. ; '.. 63068.48' PRICES REASONABLE ,*

,. Celestine Stan 1.s '. t J 1 (J Bg GE JtffvJF! : .NEEDED
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'6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS... JULY 3. 1969 become eligible for disability
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--- benefits again will I have to '" .
wait another 6 months beforeI :' I' ._'J ....
Doctor .
get benefits: I
A. No. Ordinarily you can ) '

start getting benefits immed- in the Kitchen ,
iately If you should again be- ; .c.. r .<;' -
come disabled within 5 years t':!<. ,;.{ I
even, If your impairment Is I S by Laurence M. Hursh, M.D.,.., ,

different.' from.". the previousone. Consultant, National Dairy f Council, :rVACATION '

Q. How ,will Medicare help

my mother,...r pay. for. .a wheelchair \
A. The medical Insurance
part' of Medicare can help pay One 'of! a mother's joys or Cheese, ice'cream, nuts and top.
for either the; purchase or pings such as chocolate and butto -
rental of a wheelchair for use view-point scotch sauces. Fruits and fresh
In your mother's''home if her vegetables are in season and will \
and interesting lunches
the most valuable
.' prescribes It. Whethershe [(during summer. The kids are perhaps
buys or rents Medicare items of all.Canned .
S ordinarily will make monthly !away from the school lunch program tuna or salmon, can-

payments equal to 80 percent I( and it's a challenge to see ned baked beans,.hard cooked
: .' i- of the reasonable rental :to it that they eat as well during eggs bacon, and juices galore.
I charges-after she has met vacation.: With all these items all of
.. the $50 annual deductible.She Actually, there's nothing too which are easily storable with I
Is the one who* decides I difficult about it, if one prepares today's packaging and refrigeration 1
whether to '''buy or rent. But la advance. This means having a -you can have infinite var-
before she decides she should good supply of wide variety of iety.

ask' her doctor how long she the,.foods needed for attractive Let The Children Help
; will need the wheelchair. Remember lunches with a minimum of time children \vlll
I and labor. .
payments If mother sighs with relief need food prepared 'for them.
stop when
the medical need
older children. tan don'tforget
for the equipment' If :when the summer's over that'the Your
stops. children back in school, it fix lunches for! themsel
she '' ; : are
decides to(; buy the chair
supervision i so that
J !may be Justified from the standpoint ves. Your
and .
agrees to pay for It overa of the summer's constant they don't mesa; tWtefis up too
period of time, she may of activity. But I much, or fall to clean up after-
barrage Juvenile
.! jitw.ro; : x",, = '\' lWfui>\ 1'i / 7 fTFj \ ;r still Medicare be paying for It after- fi? if It'*from difficulties of feedingthe wards, will be. good training for

: Debbie O'Brien of Florida's Silver payments stop; family It may be she's not them. .
Pretty Springs On the other 'hand If she hamburgers
;organized. Kids love hot dogs, .
thinks the country deserves a' cake_ on 'Its birthday (. rents and her need for the t i_-SO"'? let's discuss the 'subject.: toasted cheese sandwiches,

j so she appropriately lights one up with could equipment end Is permanent she ''What are some of the things that warmed- fish sticks, crisp bacon
up'paying her
..; _. .. share will make It.easier? and tomato sandwiches, berries
sparklers_ -- -- -I of the monthly rental with llgbt cream, fresh and can-
for life; plus each year's Kinds of Food ned fruit, raw vegetables like
$50 deductible. This coUld 'It'helps to have several kinds carrot 'sticks, cucumbers or celery
... O. F. ALFORD Social I Security total much more than the ,of bread white, rye' whole ;-milk. 'lakes Jelly,"butter or
Real! Estate BrokerRegistered I purchase price of the wheel-, i(wheat raisin and some rolls, honey onk_ bread. Even baked
chair.Q. (Crackers: and English muffins beans make a good sandwich
.N-E-W S Do I have to 'consider '!'link'is'' a must.And it comes, as spread.'And milk and fruit juices
the value of room and board butter- for beverages.
BunnelL Florida :,you know, whole skim are sensational .
Two I I furnish to my maid when I tmilk or choc 1ate. Cream or half- With these foods, it isn't hard
-4..6 Ld or receiving Q. benefits years ago as a disabled began- report her wages tor social se- ,and-half: ,for summer fruits and to S ,give them a'meal that repre-,

3 Gallons Latex $5.75 worker.The law said I had curity purposes? cereals., And what would your sent* the four food groups -
Free Chole of TO C..4rM A. No. Only cash wages home,be without peanut butter? the meat group, the milk group
to be disabled for 6 months
... Interior or Exterior paid to a domestic employeecount Luncheon meats hot dogs ,and fruits and vegetables and breads
before they began. The benefits .
YEOMANS for social chopped meat essential. and cereals.: ,
I because security credit. are .
recently: stopped, S
PAINT FACTORY A domestic employee must
my condition improved and I
I82 NOVA HO ADOrmn earn $50 or 'more' : cash from, ------- i
l llearh e-a.3o was able to return to work. If -
i-h..n.> TTO2O my condition 'worsens and I one employer in. a calendar
quarter In order to have her

wages count, for social secure JY
S .. I.P ,
ity.If .
a maid corrimutes to the ,
Flagler County Insurance; home !ini which she,works, and *, "
her employer reimburses: her CP i r MONDAY; .
for the carfare those I '. .
Agency, Inc. carfare payments count cash to-' >! -\t. ,, :* \.. l : ,.

ward wages under social se- CALL 439-217O OR .439-2474. AFTER 6 P.. M., '
All Forms of Insurance curity. W
Q. I became disabled two '
ago July. draw
.i i 30.5 East Moody Blvd. -:-, Phone 4 73171.nell. aveteran's I
pension. A friend
55 '-'-".. Florida 32010 told me I could not draw both WE' WILL BE CLOSED JULY 4th
this pension and social secur .
LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS.f ity so I never applied for my

social security. Now I wonder
A 4 If my friend is right.A. .

Your! friend, is wrong. I
would advise''' you to come in '
to see us right away and see CELEBRATE JULY4TH.
If you can qualify for social
0 security.

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THUDS.. JULY 3. 1969 be redeemed according to law
the property described In such LEGAL ADVIIRTJSEMEWP' LEGAL .. ...... MENT
certificate* will be sold to the
BHS,ATHLETICSW highest bider at the front door POSTPONEMENT OF DiD
< AWOFKSHOP- WORKSHOP of the Jasler County Courthouse ruCoozt. hrd shrd shdr mmmhIN OPUN1MO
SET on the first Monday in the COUNTY aunoK'f couivr
Bunnell High School faculty month of August 1969. which lathe ACIbKn' COUNTY. KLOHI- The Housing Authority Jflofida.of will the

7HUR;.. JULY 10 members Mrs. Jim Town- the 4th aa60 of August of ;sale, 1969 to-wlt, at: I'E' ORATE NO. .t3 ounty postpone of the Flagler.opening of Wd for _
Low Rent
send, Mrs. Ray Mercer and 11:00 A. M. .FGESCHKEDeceased. the construction
ri 1tIE Project Fla 30-3 at
I A gymnastics and Florida this M
wrest. Mrs. Jimmy Hargett were In 30&atyfDJ : 1969. Bunnell. :Florida, consisting of
ling: workshop has been Tallahassee last (Seal) NOTICH TO CM.EDITOIIH! 37 building- containing 6e '
Thursday dwelling units and other Improvements -
scheduled GEORGE M. MOODY TO*
at Bunnell High and Friday ,to attend the Florida Clerk of Circuit Court ALL PERSONS. HAVING until 2:00 p. m. E.
,School as part of the school'sauin1ner State University languagearts Flacler County, Florida CLAIMS OH DEMANDS D. T. on the 24th day'of July

enrichment July 3. 10. 17 A 24. 1969. 4tc AGAINST SAID ESTATE: 19'9'THE AUTMdftrTY
program. and HOUSING -
reading workshop.LEOA You. and each of you are here
The workshop will be Thurs. LEGAL AUVKItTlSRMKNT by notified and required to file OV OF THE COUNTY
dayt C July 10 from 9 a. m. ,til any claims and demands which My FLAGLB2R M. B. McDANlELV, ,
OK etthai! of have
NOTICE FOR you. or you. may
4 p rru in the school gymnasium -- TAX DEED against said estate In the office WXECUTIVU DIRECTOR'
ADVERT181bMENTNOTICE K. June J3.: 19" 26. .,...y 3. .te.LiQAL .
according to Principal Notice Is hereby given that ot Honorable ft McKnlght,
J. Seale the of Klagler Coun-
Johnny holder of County Judge
Clifford McGriff. OK APPLICATION FOR the following certificate has filed his office In the Court .A.QYEUTI"eHS.rJr
TAX DIII< said certificate, for a tax deedto House. In Bunnell, Florida, with R'V-
Joe Regna gymnastlcsTnstructor. Notice Is hereby given that be Issued thereon. The certificate in. six'calendar months from the'time IN TUB CIRCUIT' COURTVEMTli
University of Florida Johnny J. Seale the holder of number 'and year of issuance of the first: publication of JUDICIALIN << FLAQLEIt CIRQI5IT.
the following certificate has' the description of the this1 notice.> Each claim or demand AND
and Keith Tenna.nt, physical filed said certificate for a tax and in must ba In andcontain COUNTY. VK.OIMIML_ *
education Instructor and deed to be Issued thereon. The which tIt was assessedaare as the place :trl r.fdeand' : No. $44lbEMIIART .
certificate number and year of follows: post office address of the a
wrestling coach University Issuance the description of the Certificate No. 7: Year of Issu- claimant and must be sworn to Connecticut corporation successor -
of Florida, will conduct the property: and the name In which ance 186$; Description of prop- by the claimant* his agent or by CORDAGECOMPANY merger to PLYMOUTH ,
It was assessed are as follows: erty: Lot 19. Block 3. Johnson attorney, or the same shall be '
alloday workshop for BHS students Certificate No.8; Year of Issuance -' Beach Subdivision. void. corporation d/b/a WILSON *.*

and physical education 1966: Description of property Assessed to: George and Mary ALLEN. OKSCHKE. .Jr. A TOOMER. FEUXILIZBItCOMPANY. . '
: Lot 19. Block .
7. Johnson Larue. GRACE M. ABEL
Instructors. Beach Subdivision. Assessed to certificate shall W1L.LIA14 H. CJESCHKE Plaintiff.HERSCHELC., _
Y. J. Cosma. bellredtemed Bxecutors and Executrix !: *
McGriff said according to law KINO and PEG-
BHS boys In Addition to the above the' the property: described In such 'of said estate. .
grades 5.12 are urged to attend following certificates are outstanding -; certificate, will I the First: publication on 3 July 1999. GY JKINO STATES hfs- wife OF ;AMERICA.and THE
r'ihoont:: UNITED
on said highest bidder :doorof Leland B. Shawl
.the wrestling fo Defendants.
,sessions Certificate No. 55 Year'of
: Issuance the Flakier County Court- Attorney for Executors and SUIT
from 9-10:30: :a. m.,,' and all 1968;' Holder J.: Seale.! house on the: first Monday: in the Kxecutrix AMENDED PEGGY J.NOTICES KING OF
Assessed to: V. J. Cosmo.. month of August 1X9. which 10 Box 2$6 To:
boys and girls grades 5.12 Certificate No. 61: Year of Issuance the. 4th day Of August '1969.. at Bunnelu1: d 242 Milton Road Island
can ''attend' the gymnasticsand 1969; Holder: Stanley the legal our. jpf sale to-wit: 3. 10, 17 & 24, 4tc. YOU Warwick ARE Rhode HEREBY NOTIFIED -
Novak. Assessed to: V. J. Cos 11:00 A. M.
t TO
tumbling sessions THAT AN ACTION
mo.Unless Dated at Bunnell. Florida this .LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the
FORECLOSE mortgage
10:45: a. m. to 4 p. m." such certificates !shall 30th(Seal day) of June.- 1969. following property a In FJagler, .

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COUnT County Florida i iNE
GOLF--- Clerk or the Circuit of SWS West
Klagler IN PROBATE: NO. OI7. of % of : j of :
County. Florida In Section 17. I
Estate of SE%. all .
a July 310. 17 & 24. 1969. 4tc. LUTA: OIUUETTI.Deceased. : Township 11 South. Range

I East.
NOTICE TO'\ CREDITORSTO ha3"O been filed against you'. and.

. : ALL PERSONS, HAVING Herschel C. King and The United
CLAIMS! OR DEMANDS. States of America and 'you are
CLASSIFIED AGAINST SAID ESTATE: required to serve a copy of your
YOU. and each of you are written defenses if any. to It on
hereby notified and required to MI LAM. RAMSAY. MARTIN &
ADVERTISING file any claims and demands ADE. attorneys for plaintiff.
which you or either of you. may whose address Is 1711 Barnett
have against said estate In the Bank Building. Jacksonville. .
iii" office of Honorable T. K. Mc- Florida 32202. and file the origi-
Knight. County Judge of Flag- nal with the clerk of the above ,
ler County at his office in the styled court on or before July
Court House in Bunnell Florida. 28. 1969; otherwise'' a Judgmentmay
within six calendar months be entered against you for
from the time of the first publi- the relief demanded in the.com-

TROPIC GARDENSLet cation of this notice. Each claimor plaint.
.3. demand must be in writing WITNESS my hand'and the
us help beautify Flagler and contain the place of residence seal of said court on June 24.
and post office address of 19C9.
County. Large variety of ever- the claimant and must be sworn GEORGE M. MOODY

greens, palms hedge plants. to by the claimant his agent or As Clerk of said Court
the shall be (Seal) .
attorney or same ,
5% miles S of Bunnell on void. By /Kathryn L. ,Emery

U. S. 1. Feb., 15-tfc /sNeva O. Capo Deputy Clerk
'As Executrix of said June 26. July 3. 10. 17. 4tc.
Estate *
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain First Publication 3 July 1969. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
fields Installed: Rota-Roter Attorney for Executrix' IN TILE: CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH '

I snail shell., Reasonable prices. P. O. Box 296 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Golf Is one of subjects/ offered In the summer" recreation Call George Jarosz 437.3410 Bunnell. Florida 32010 IN AND FOIL FLAOLEIt.
i -July 3. 10. 17 and 24. 4tc COUNTY. FLORIDA

program at Bunnell High, School. Students above are shown 8-1-tf CIVIL ACTION NO. R8O-E .
under the Instruction of. coach Jack Hall, Beach'' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Plaintiff. .

apartment bed rooms--Includes THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH RODMAN..
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Defendant. ,_ i

AC* TV. carpeting, for IN AND FOIL ..FLAGLEI. ..J NOTICE OV SUIT '
permanent rental.., Call week-

FOR ends 439-2426 at Flagler DIANNA LYNN CASSELLs Earlvile.38 East Main New Street York ....
Beach or 253.4423
weekday Plaintiff You are hereby notified that .

FISHING TACKLE: BAR B QUE at Daytona. June'26, 2tc BOBBY Defendant.J. CASSELL. an filed action against for you divorce and has yoii been' are

required to serve a copy of your
I ; GRILLS AND FLOATS FOR SALE-1963 Yamaha NOTICE OF* SUIT written defenses if any to it on
Krol. Attorneys -
twin Jet 100 motorcycle. Electric FLORIDA: for Plaintiff whose address -

ATLANTIC HARDWARE & starter, new tires, excell- TO: Bobby J. Cassellco is 411 Main street: Day-
Garland Cassell tona
Beach Florida and file
/condition, $275. Call 437- 1410 Ogdon StreetGreensboro th original with the Clerk of
I 3632. 3 Itc. North Carolina the above styled
Inc. July court on or before
SUPPLY CO. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED July 28. 1969, otherwise a
that an action for divorce Judgment '
me entered -
BLVD. Efficiency Apartment for rent has been filed against you and against you for the relief demanded -
MOODY FLAGLER BEACH with garage, .:12th Street andS. you are required to serve a copy In, the complaint or pe-'
of your written defenses, if any. tition.
PHONE 439-2303 ., Daytona Ave., Flagler to ft on GILLESPIE AND GILL- Witness my hand and seal of
Beach. Call Howard Wlse- ESPIE. Attorneys for_Plaintiff. said Court on June 19.196 .
whose address Is 233 North 1 :
/ haupt, 4392247. July 3, Itc. Causeway. P. OF'I Box 580. NewSmyrna Clerk or Said MOODY.Court

Beach. and file (.CircuitAd'ou Seal) .
FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 the original with the Clerk of By Kathryn L. Emery
the above styled 'Court on or before
:bedroom house, Deen Road, July 14. 1969; otherwise a., OSSINSKY AND KROL k ..,

Bunnell. Call 437.3658 or 437 judgment may be entered againstyou Attorneys for Plaintiff .
for the relief demanded in 411 Main Street
.7167 July 3, Itc. the complaint. Daytona Beach Florida 32018

WITNESS my hand and seal June 26. July 3. 10 and 17. 4tc
after you see FOR SALE-4, bedroom and 2 of said Court this 4th day of ;
June 1969. '
bath house and 2 bedroom LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
doctor. ( .
your and 1 bath house on corner / George M. Moody TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S
Clerk of above styled COURT IN ANn FOIL FLAC1LER
lot 100x100, half block from Court -

( bring yourprescription ocean, 3 blocks from, pier.. GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE IN IMIOIIATE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
too Must be sold together. Call 233 North Causeway IN NO.RE:Oil ESTATE OF

439-2542 4392317. 7.3 tfc P. O. Box 680 LONNIE. MAE SPEARMAN
New Smyrna Beach. Florida Deceased. _
By /aJ.. U. Glllespie. of Counsel NOTICE TO, CREDITORS
DISTRIBUTORSHIP June 12. 19. 26. ,July 3, 4tc To all creditors and all persona
cA In '.thls'area, full or part having claims or demand
time, no selling, man or woman estate:
1Itu., You. and each of you, are here-
'to collect money from newtype THE CIRCUIT COURT. !SEVENTH by notified and required to present -'
JUDICIAL ,CIRCUIT. any claims and demands
high quality coin operated -
Jr'of.sitonai; ) Bd0.) IN AND FOR FLAGLER
machines, handling na- COUNTY.. FLORIDA. againstrthehesta a of LONE

tionally known products. To CASE: NO. BTT DIVISION D NIE'late MAE SPEARMAN deceased
of Flagler County. Florida!
qualify you must have a car, JOHN B. LOVELY to the County Judge of Flagler

.. :._.... __to _.. :} q.U "",i- references, $1,299.50 to 2599. Plaintiff vs. irS County.urth.ou".ln at his office Bunnell.in the Coun-Flag-

00 cash for equipment and inventory I GLADYS M.LOVELY,. l2 County Florida within six .
months* from the date of first
Six to ten hours pear "
Deteniiant. SUIT
of this
notice.inEwriting .
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS week ,can earn up to $100.00 IN THE THE STATE .
., OF FLOXilDA: and musts state tthe'
.J profit. Write or phone United
P.O.: Box '' TO Ofadys M. Lovely place of residence* and Postomce
107 N..Bay St. 6S'J' Brokers 921 Volusla Ave.. at Cotta.Avenue' address of the claimant and ..

FLORIDA Daytona Beach Florida. West Ohio must be- sworn to by the clalm-
BUNNELL, Area: YOU, .fAyol\\glis\ NOTIFIED ant, his aJFelLt' or his attorney.
'code 9042556431. July 3, 2tc that an action, for divorce rw.t will barred according J to
: has been filed against you and
FJ EE ij'S T" .Ar .. ( you are required to serve a copy DATE: OF FIRST PUBLICATION -
1.. "FIXTURES BUILTIN KITCHENS of your written.defenses.If any. : June 12, 1969.
BAR to It on OILLKSPIE: AND OILLE8PIE. Dorothy s. Mooreas

AND BARBER STATIONS LADIES Attorneys ,for Plalntl Administratrix of the
BEAUTY SALON whose waad s IfJoxUl. North Estate of LONNIE MAE
AClJu.tabfe'Shelving' the original with the Clerk of 120 Et Granada: Avenue
And i
:Office Crcdenza DRESS"'SHOP? the above styled court on or (P. O: Box J'Ja
VANITIES BREAKFAST'BARS before July 41st. 196': otherwise Ormond Beach Florida 32014
Upholatery'Fr nta ed against you for the relief demanded ADMINISTRA TRIX.
-' Laminated Plastic $10,000.00 to $15.000.00 Mdse. In the complaint. June 12. 19. 26. .July' 3., 4 to

FINE HARDWOODS No cost to you. said Court hand day
.n. .. -- ,of this 10th of ,
.''Now National Million Dollar Chain June 1969.
15 'wo,Itt.nSl.daya. : Serving
Most orders, filled within will train and supervise till /aGeorge M. Moody a
In 7S ''mil. tad. ol Banns you Clerk Circuit Court.
all areas know bow GILLESPIlD AND I ,
: '. 437-3513 Klght' 437.3928
CALL COLLECT Day Write P-.O.Box 91C Attorneys for Plaintiff

EVENING PLANNING. ARBANGED v, BAINBRIDCE_ GA. New 233 North Smyrna Causeway Beach, Florida BURINS rlHHl .

By /*/ .J. M'01 *. 0,0? Counsel
June 1'. 26 :July 3, 4tc., BIRTH MONTH




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,I. 8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE 'TIIURS-. JULY 3. 1969 Surf Fishing Flagler Fish CampA Blng' Fisherman'\ Resort

the upswingat lot of bream are being Bing's reports a lot of action .
Beach Pier Fishing is on
Flagler of Flagler caught at Dead Lake. Two during the weekend. The
the rocks .(north
j Pier fishing seems to be improving local anglers has been varied, but
Beach). Bill Baker and Sammy caught the limit bag
slightly. The catches Bertha Bunnell landed while using "Shyster" lures mostly large catches of
r have been varied but fish several channel bass in the for bait. The bass are school.. croakers were taken from the
I taken ,include: whiting ,drUm, five to twelve pound rangei ing "and several nice catch shave intracoastal; waterway., The '
sheepshead and flounder.Flo' : been ?' into Wlrm's ,.brought in 37 croakers
and a few large sheepsheadand brought? the% }
rider been running *'
have "
whiting. Bill said they camp. ;and 1 four pound trout. Gene
up to three or four pounds ac. were using sand fleas and Ralph Scheter of Valdosta Mersey, Dunnell, had five red
fcordirtg to Cecil Westbrook cut mullet for bait. "Bruz" Ga. caught a twenty-two and bass two trout, one drum and
manager. Gordon and Buck Lovelace one-half pound catfish Saturday one flounder.A .
Lake Fishing were fishing at the rocks and lIe was fishing for trio from Jax, Sam Gam-
Cliff 'McGriff and Butch Me- caught a couple of bass speckled perch in the middleof cee and Ted and Harold Paul-
Daniel caught 35 bream while weighing nine and ten lbs. the lake with live minnows seman, caught nine trout
fishing at Crescent Lake Saturday Pete Horton of Jax landed'two when the catfish hit his line. (one weighed seven, pounds),
afternoon,. Cliff' and bass 10 and 12 pounds. He was using a six pound-' seven sheepshead 'and four
Jack Ilardin brought in' 65 "' test line qn a spinning outfit.. flounder. Adrian Barnett, Pa-
bream from Lehigh Lake last Other catches of drum.;.. The speckled perch were. not .latka, boated nine nice trout
week. They.caught 29 one day whiting, pig fish and pompa.no biting, but Ralph took top and one mangrove snapper.
and 36 the next They were were taken from the surf honors for the largest catch The Registers of East Palat-
..FISHING. LINE using red wigglers for bait. 'during the weekend. i reported, at the camp.' ka caught 25 croakers

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