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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: July 10, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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.In County All I'' DaySession Board J* HE.W.Cats: Off Flagler's' Federal School FundsMISS : 1


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\ .KATHY BOURNE' CROWNED BEAUTY QUEEN The Nixon Administration,


The Flagler Board of Coun Rob; ., ."'

ty Commissioners met in all l HEW, cut off federal funds :

day session Monday to discuss T : from Flagler County schools..: I
many items of county { G. Two other school districts

business and take official ,action r k4W one In Georgia and one In'

on some of the''items. South Carolina' ,, received slm-

A letter from Mapco of Daytona liar actions. .
Beach was read giving Superintendent Jim Craig
'the Board until July 23rd to 1.f told ,the School Board Tues

act Qn their proposal to locate day morning In regular session :
their business pn the Bunnell that he had not received

Airport. Board ,members expressed k* ,any official notification by
their desire to discuss sr either letter telephone or tele
i fi .y from HEW or the State t
plans with Mapco but stated' r % gram
that Mapco had never pre-, Department of Education. He
did know what the cut
not
sensed a concrete plan,. for -
consideration. df off date was.
Craig said that press _re-r
It was reported that L. E
indicated that the door
ports
Wadsworth had, withdrawn'' 1
fM was still open to the ...School'Board '
his offer made over a year to' fulfill requirementsof I

ago for a trade of,some glide,, Integration guidelines, but,
area releases for some prop- this
he did not' knOW' what ,
for entrance to the air
erty meant until he: could see the.
port. The Board had' immediately official notice
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accepted Wadsworth's The Board did not take any',
proposal at ,the time it was action on establishing school

:offered, ,but, Federal Aviation centers for next year due to

Authority had refused' tq take. w... ., r.r ..- ....... %... ... ,_.._--*...,.. the fact that Board Member;
any action. Thousands'- visitors packed Flagler Beach to Join the residents for the July Fourth cele- H. V. Peavy was not, presentat
The State Road Department and did
the meeting they
bration. A large crowd attended, the Pag'ant :
had agreed (to build the :Beauty sponsored by the Flagler Woman's 'Club, at not have official notice of

entrance roads, 'but, could not Flagler Beach Municipal Park. federal funds ,cut off.
do so until the transactionwas Miss Kathy Bourne, right, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Lee Bourne Flagler Beach,, was crown- The Board accepted ,the

complete between Wads* ed Miss Flagler County. 'She: was sponsored by D.'s Thriftway. First runnerup for thetcrown* resignation of Charles' Tin- -

worth and the FAA. was Miss Susie Peterson, center, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean M. Peterson, Espanola, sponsored dell as attorney effective''' the

Louis Uhltne, who owns by Land 'n' Sea Fashions; and second runner p was Miss Andrea Jarosz, left, daughter'of Mr.: date. of his letter of resignation
;, some subdivided lots in Du. and' Mrs. George, Jarosz, Bunnell, sponsored by- The Flagler Tribune. '' in June. The Board did
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before the not discuss the appointment
pont appeared BEAUTY PAGER T ':
Board tb request that a fence CONTESTANTS it of a regular attorney. ''
Attorney James Tucker was
constructed across :the"plated \to. 'defend the
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street be removed and that a, employed
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ln. the suit
School Board recently "-
1 building in theplated8tree<< ; : _
i. filed 'bY Mrs; Leria'Bar- 1
;be removed.
asa, a teacher who was not
The Board visited. the scene rehired. -, ,
/controversy/ but declinedto '
--' Bill Harris was officially
order the fence and buildIng -
employed to Serve In the,
removed until they could '
during
maintenance department
be positive of /ithd actual location '. the summer.Superintendent.
of the street. They agreedto James O.

take such action if Uhline Craig received official notification
would have the street survey. ; Wednesday morningof

ed at his expense. Iti the loss of federal funds
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Chairman Otis Hunter reada 3 { ; for the school system. The let-
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letter from the Comptroller'soffice ter dated July 7 stated that
in Tallahassee Informing the official cut-off date

the Board that the recent< } would be thirty days after
Legislature had placed a the date of the letter. Federal
mandatory welfare burden on' funds applied for, amounted

the County Board and they to about $63.000.EDWARD .,

must budget funds to take

care of the added expense.No COPELAND

estimate of, the cost was
a available. LONGTIME CITIZEN

A letter from CoUnty ''Sanitarian The twenty lovely contestants pictured above were,vying for (the title of Miss,Flagler County. DIED SATURDAYEdward

Gene Holly was read They were Judged in bathing suits and formal gowns. Judges for the event were Mrs. Ruth May-

In which he stated that he swinkle, Ormond Beach, Mrs. Dorothy Lester-Hlalean; and Gordon lapp, News Journal reglnal 305 North. Church A. Copeland Street,Bun 60,

had made all required surveys editor, Daytona Beach. Mrs. Joann Brttt. Wilson, '1968 Miss Flagler County, crowned the new nell. died Saturday,, July 5

of the shell fish watersin queen. James H. Tucker, Bunnell Attorney, was Master of Ceremonies. at Bunnell General Hospital.

Flagler County and that He was born In St, Peters.
such had been 1969 AUTO TAGS''' the Florida Crown are: Alach-
surveys made burg Fla. and moved to Bun
TIDE TABLETides .
:* public. He sltated that "fie MAY BE PURCHASED ua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia nell 31 years ago' from .Jack
would make For July 10.16 Duval, Flagler, Gil- He retired
"M an additional SATURDAY JULY 12 sonville. was a
01 Christ Hamilton LevyNas,
survey if boat and HIGH LOW Marine engineer.
a operator Motorists may' purchase .
sau,: Putnam,, St. Johns, Su-
would be available to, him,' Day A.M. P.M. AM. P.M. their ,automobile tags wannee''and 'Union. He Is survived by his wife,

, I ''t',a, Tax Collector ''Dale Brown 10 5:12 ,5:48 11:06 '11:59: Saturday morning at 'the Letty, Bunnell i a sister, Mrs..

;< appeared before the Board to 11 6:00 6:30' ,,12:01: 11:48 courthouse in the office of S. SIARKOWSKIDIED Alice Alexander, Indianapolis
'$ present his list of errors and 12 6:48 7:12"" 12:48: 12:30: Tax Collector, Dale B.. Brown, Ind.; three, brothers Joseph
a, \\ / Insolvencies. His( report was 13 7:30 7:54/: / '1:24: 1:12 Jr. Brown said his'office would' WEDNESDAYSteven : Copeland... Jacksonville;.
14 8:12 '8:36: 2:00': 1:48 remain until noon' Saturday J. L. Copeland. Houston. Tex.
, .accepted.. 15 8:54: '912: 2:42 2:30: to open enable motorists" to (Sharkey) Slarkow- as; and Al Copeland Indian-

,. :' Attorney Leland'Shaw was 16 9:30: 9:42 '3:12 3:06: purchase 'tags. The, Collector's ski died Wednesday. morning apolls, Ind.Funeral .
:: requested by the, Board to obtain office Is Monday thru at 'his home 819 OceanshoreBlvd. services were Tues
open
'. .. .., Flagler Beach. dayafternoon: at 2:30 at the
:. L informaltion! on how toestablish Friday from 8 'a bulkhead lines on ty Judge's and ,Sheriffs bud' 'He was born In ,Poland and Bunnell First United Methodist ;:

the canal': 'creeks and'flats In gets to take care of salary In, p.m.Deadline for purchasingtags i moved to Flagler County_ 29 Church. 'The Rev. 'Oliver '
creases provided by 'the Legislature years ago 'from, Detroit. Mich- Taylor Eau Gallie. assistedby
east Flagler. He called the ', Is July 20. 1968 tag registration
." ": He owned and operated the Rev. Earle Wllder-; pastor
State Director Conservation slips are required for
of
" .; A :letter' 'from.the.:City.,of, Sea Gull N.,Hwy. AlA Flag-, officiated. Interment was at
renewal.
: and informed the Board they, Bunnell offering maintain: ler'Beach. He was a veteranof Pelllcer 'Creek' Cemetery. .
must contact the 'Internal Improvement and 'operate *, a ;county'. d7 1 .Fund for specific truck service was tabled. FLORIDA CROWN laski Club, 'Daytona Beach; Tommy Bertha, ammy Bertha .
.J' t Informaltion The clerk.was.directed Commissioner'' Louis Steflik BEAUTY: : :RAGEANT'Entries : and a life member of the .Po 'Johnny Meta Dewayne

...:.. :. to obtain,this data. reported thati the, Health Department -: ;are now..being accepted lish-American Legion Post 3, Metts,, BUt Baker and Albert
;Mayor Hubert' Pelllcer and needed new aircondltionlng for! the 9th annual Detroit.. Johnston. Honorary pallbearers

, .;f'\ Commissioner, Cary" ;Holland; facilities, which was Queen, of' the" Florida) Crown He: is! survived by his wife were Gene Bowers, Lee .
l( of Bunnell appeared :before .*:estimated to cost-:about',$800- Beauty Pageants! Clara Flagler' Beach; two Blakely. T. E. :Lovelace,.-T. K.' :: ,
the Board to, request! (a locx r ,?G mhalsslonec' ::*: Alfred' 'Tucker' fllie pageant will be held 'at sons, 'Ted Slarkowskl' .Utica; McKnight. Roscoe Lynn 'Earl --- .

tlon for a lift station forth -" :moved\that they call for; bids Jacksonville Beach on Satur Mich.. Edward Sharkey.., St,/ Rice L. WI, McMillan. Dale .
city sewerage system' in thtf: for air, conditioningthey; day; August 30, and entries elUte, Beach; vicinity of the stockade 'Approval Health, Department. and>ln4', will' be accepted from"all over children. Edmonson, Qdel) Hersey.:and

,, was given.. stalling:.''cerntral .liea ting' in the' ''15 counties comprising' Friends may; call at Craig Coy Harris. .,
The Board authorized the thecourt' house. 'HIS motion 'the Florida Crown. Funeral,HomeBumxell.' from Craig' Funeral Nome Bun.

transfer of funds In'the Coun-' did ,not receive a second.;! A The counties that make upI 10 a. m. until 9 p. m. Friday. nell, was In charge.

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THURs.. JULY 10, 1969
mtrr 3liluult'r QJrtbunr 2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
Enter--; oa second claaa matter
INCORPORATED February 6. 1913. at the po t-
DV NELL. FLORIDA office at Dunn en. Florida under "FIRST CUT"
Act-of March 3. 1876. C I a i c ( Lean Western
JOHN andCLEOO -- ---
Editor lOe Pr Copy

BETTS 9.':Mep.fotieL.. ..t'. ..-.. OB Tl *k Y*-:; I, i .k pI Chopsp
News 'Edltfru. 'sli'lllsntb. ___.._.. .. 80

'0..te4 lewapaper f'' all O..t FI.RIor County
Leal AdveetIala. IdS4AO ,For Year

EDITORIAL p

TIMES :.;JILL CHANGEIt

has been about a month since rjTT-Rayonler; announcedthat
S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK --
they would turn over their recently purchased 2O.OOO acres
in northeast Flagler to Levitt and Sons for the development of
a new city In Flagler County. i ROAST Ib.68C

The reaction of many of the local people was that it' probably -
would turn into a land sales promotion with very little
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immediate development. We pointed out In one of bur news
stories that Levitt has a reputation of building up to 15,000
homes in a ten 'year period of time and that their projects even '
extended into the Caribbean and Europe. CUBE STEAK '> Ib. 98

Since( then we have rioted.(that the national press has given
some recognition to the Levitt project In Flagler.A .

Miami columnist has' recently written a rather derogatory
SLICED FREE
article about. culture coming( backwoods Flagler. He kuggest- Frosty Morn "SMOKED' SHOULDER
ed that lawyers with learning would take over the politics and
Yankees with breeding would take over our culture

He suggested that there might be something bigger than PICNICS Ib.43

dipping. turpentine, slopping bogs and pulping pine trees.

Then this week we were shown a news story In the Wall .
Street Journal In which, the president of ITT told his stockhold ., ___. ".i:1 '., >x: ....... .
ers (that they owned over 100,000 acres1 In north Florida with :-
six miles of ocean frontage. And, the striking statement he U. S. D..-A; Choice."FULL CUT" 'wHiiON'

made was that they' might develop a "oommunlt of 750,000 ROUND STEAK <:

people in 10 or,15 years. I I 'I" _( I-
,take realized that of (this; lb. $ lb.
After doing a dotlble- we a city :t09 .:: 53c
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size would be more than twice the 'size of Jacksonville. And, .' '.".,. .
if /they reached only ten'percent of this goal, a community of ,; -- ..: '
it still would 'be twice the size of Daytona
75,000 were built ':
Fresh Florida
rade."A'
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Beach. ;
Our next reaction was that we don't believe we would like : : :
to.live. in a metropolitan area of that size. We began .to 'believe Ib.C30st
that we like our small communities 'as they are.

'But, we really do not have too much to say about how bigor
how fast Levitt Land Company (the Flagler operation) will
develop the new community complex.

What we must all realize is; there will be some change in
our way of living and doing business. The changes may be so "BEAN, POT N *
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radical that we will be lost in the shuffle. I SPECIAL" : .HAfy\CHUNKS. lb. 1

,But, we,'believe that if our public boards, our Chamber of .
Commerce and .our civic organizations 'will stay on the alert
and work cooperatively and progressively, we'are smart enoughtp Bush's No. 300 CanBush'

take advantage of the opportunities and avoid the ''pitfalls BETTER MAID ,(Plain .or S. R.)
that will surround BLACXEIPEAS Q c
us.
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It is, of course, itoo early to take1'arny: 'action{'to prepare to '
: ito No., 300
meet the,changes. But, it. Is not too early'to'begin training our Can, ipUn

thinking for.,a positive approach. t. PINTO BEANS Ea. idfc '
: Times will change rapidly. We cannot} stop (them..So, let'sprepare 5 Bag 39c
to take advantage of changing times. Ga. Red '* 'No. 303 Can

John A. Clegg TOMATOES 6 For 'I60bunckn Limit-..1 with.1$5.00. or.- .more..., food. ..order, .

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CALENDAR OF .Hinfes (Asi't', 1)) _.
For $ :Joe Grain's Grade "A
fio THE EVENTS CAKEM.IXES, $ ib0otleri's
SETT ERS j SMALL
Today, Jqly 10:, CAt Meets EGGS
at 7:3O p. m. at Bunnell Air- i .."cojJ,'"._ .. .., 1/2 Gal.RUITPRIM I.
port.Flagler. 1' For $x,00w
Dear'Editor ( 3 Doz. $100
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County Shrine Club ._. _, ._ 3
You remember last fall just dinner meeeting at 7:30 p. m. .'- .
before the general election and film showing at 8:30: "p.. "N',' ":IMPROVED"f -. ".

that you. and I had ,a conver- In., at Bunnell Civic Center." .. ._- .. .
sation concerning the two (-0-) ._ JnORIFT '" -'
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Sunday July 13;, }CoronaCommunity ,
party political. system in. Flag. Club meets at .. BORDEN'SiCE
ler County. 2:30 p. m. at St. Mary's 'rid. .tb'-' .
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Church Social Hall, Korona. .
MILK
It'was during this time (-0-) _.Tin, ..
that. I contacted a lot of peo- Monday, July 14: Flagler, Limit 1 with I:$5.OO or more food order
ple in Flagler County who Beach Lions Club meetingat 'HALF' -

were registered Democraticbut 6:30 'p. m. in the club room ., -- 01" : 3' 9-
Informed me that they at the. Mlland. Hotel. GALLON
(..0Wednesday .) FRESH PRODUCETender (Ass't Flavor)
would change over and register -. July 16: Disabled u __ -- -., t.. '." '. .... ..
Republican for they wouldltk'e.to American Veterans Chap SweetCORN ..... .
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see.a two party system ter No. 86 meets at 8 p. m. in
in this county, also .that, the the Flagler Beach Municipal 6 Earn J' Z9c "
most of them. only registered Recreation 'H U. Cbmmahder :

in Democratic the ,;primary,.so .they election could that vote Walter Wilkins,:Win ,preside. Juicy' SEED 'FjS." ..-. .'. ...., ,. '-1'OOJII'E'' .,'.

theyhad been :'registered; Republicans G :: lb. t.GIA.NT .
before'moving to SOTCOU1'COURT: RAE$7 290 : "
Flagler County.. \
or HONOR .f..J.y.U: SIZE Age
/Well we have i 'had some J' ,,
success and have even gottena Bunnell Wt py / cout. Tfoop T MitbES' lb. ,29c Limit. 1 with $S.t>0'or;>n 6re'f6od irder

\couple of born' Democrats to: ,..,. \ ao t.;ti.. 1U":'('n.1fU; H :1C9....::.
change over t6 the 'Reptibli- 'l j __: s,itt 'i" I; .' ., .
.I.' vi. '
can .party ;and: (that is a real 7( I think 'that
accomplishment.
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r-' a 'Rbbetlt'
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Crea1.
t If,the people who were_registered ,
i Republicans before'they
t 7. came to Flagler County would CARD OF 1'HJi"a '.
:'r; change 'over'and register Republican -' '
l in Flagler 'County We are ;sliicereiy;,",gratefulto
the registration of both parties friends and neighbors for STORE! ;
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would be about equal their many. kind acts of.sympathy 11 L !' mM
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' ,;during the illness .and
'. and we would have better ,
i. cities and county governments death, pf. our mother, Mrs. ill"
- and.'better business,,relations Luta, Glpnl #J. Our appreciation. \ .Mill .lri
..cannot .l>e.adequately expressed -
for the whole'counity./ "
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'; ' Rufus 'Miller1'T, ... .OPEN SUNDAYS, -.. ..- : 1 Phone 437-3227
-," '.' j Mrs.'Neva Capo 8 OO-..m.-i zOO p.m. *-> -.i- ..,. -. b. -.-. U.S. No. 1 .BUNNELLQuantity
State Committeeman John Glulllettl' Riffht.:"Reserved Price'Good 10 ':
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Top Late [ CHURCH 1o j

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t Louise and Vernon Lamme --
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took time out tof| f their busy WISEHAUPT SUPPLY FLAGLER COUNTY

lives to research SPEAKER AT CHURCH DIRECTORY
historical seriously Stephen BEACH CHURCH

C. Foster- } label. Howard'Wisehaupt, nationally

ed' 'The.:FloridaJ'! Minstrel" known speaker, will be CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe

While 'there 'have been supply speaker at Memorial Rev. Father Anthony

.. numerous books, and articles Church at Flagler' Beach for Leon Pastor
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dealing with
Lamme's have succeeded In Reverend R. W. Dickert Is 'ona St. Marys Church, Korona

digging up sonic!! interesting S month's vacation' tour of Sunday Mass.......-... 7:30 a. m.
facts not found ,in, other rec-. Europe. Weekday Masses: Monday,
,''ords and these have been .recorded -. Wisehaupt,has traveled all Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 -
in their* new booklet over the, United States as a a. m.Blessed.
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entitled "Stephen Foster A 'speaker and (directors of sales
......... .n.... _n._...__ .........n._..... Florida Minstrel"' recently. promotion, courses.: He has had Sacrament Chapel

Students pictured above In the Bunnell High School Libra. published.l thousands of engagementswith Flagler Beach-
'' Chamber of Commerce Mass ...__.; ..9:00 a. m.
ry are enrolled 1m trie school's summer reading enrichment program They ask 'W at. is the.ap- Sunday ''
in that: makes units, schools, service and Weekday Masses: Tuesday.
peal song
taught by Miss Marilyn Toot. There are, about 15 students
participating In the It. popular?" ?Why are some civic organ.lzatlons. Thursday and Saturday at
:program. 'songs heard: today from every Wisehaupt said that, he will 9:00, a. m.Catechism. ,
radio and TV program and deliver three messages on Classes. 3:00 p. m.
PANEL DISCUSSION cussion at St. James' Baptist from millions of .hl.fl sets so "The Twenty-Third Psalm". Tuesday.St. .
11 Church B nnell, Sunday July soon forgotten while songs'U Reverend Dickert will depart -
AT
ST., JAMES. 13 at 5 p. m. .Mrs.. Sadie.Coop- e"Oh!; Susanna" and "Jean- Monday from New York Steahenst Bunnell

BAPTIST. CHURCH: er will serve? as' moder>,Itor. ie With the Light Brown via jet for a trip to Europe. ; -10:3O a* m.
<, Teenagers selected as panel Hair"seem to live forever?" Catechism Classes: 3'p.. .m.
"The Generation 'Gap" will members ,will discuss the DORCAS CLASSBEACH Tuesday. .
be the topic of a panel distopic.. The public Is Invited. More' than IQO years ago 'PARTYBunnell Confessions before all masses.
Stephen 'Foster wrote the Weekday Devotion: Novenato
words and music for "Old Baptist Church Dor- Our Lady Wednesday and
at Home"'and it will be cas Class' members, their families -
folks Saturday after Mass.
BUNNELL GUST0M; KITCHEN: '
sting' a .hundred years from and guests enjoyed a
Dutch Treat Cookout Monday
107 N. Bay. St. p O. Box- 6S7. now called when music Most*wlll be of long our for-so- night at Flagler Beach. Mrs. Community;>> MemorialChurch '

BUNNELL, FLORIDA gott h. Foster gave Americaits waS George chairman.Kendall president- Doytona A yew'Flagler Beach

FREE first feal""folk'music" and Reverend JL W. Didr rt. Pastor

ESTIMATES. it has lived in competitionwith About fifteen attended. Sunday School :....._.._.._...9:45
BAR FIXTURES 'BUlLTrXN KITCHENS everything that has Worship Service __..____.11:00
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONSLAUNPIY been offered', lhce. CHURCH COWORKERS. Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof

DRV ; poster was born in Law- ENTERTAINEDAT each month at. 2 p. m.
Aljlp '
CLEM4INCOffice ,, '
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; "OuNTJ: Pa. ; which is
reheeville. nowa CPFTEEiMrs.
. : "'rl .
Crclsha, .. / id Adjuftciblle Sh ying part of Pittsburgh, on the O. 'r. Alf prd, WMU Di- First Baptist Church

BATHROOM 'YANEiJgSBRFAKFAST'' BARS Fourth-of July Jh. 1826.' He was' r Ctor, gave a cof.fee Tuesday Her. *Chozle: Anders, Pastor:

Laminated Plastic Upholstery* Front 1 the lOth child' in a family of morning _SIt he home J409 :jMpody Boulevard= Bunnell
FINE children irldtl death in ,Church- .Street. for 'the Bunp Sunday<; ; 3chooi ._..v9:45 al ra.

-.T HARDWOODS' Infancy Most'orders filled within'; ii working days.' Now Sq } 9 JameS made Stephen the baby fici' Svtibpani' directors.Seyerj W Rr p.-x:30 p. m.Adult .

all .areas in 7 n lo .*a&?_ of BunnelL J! of the' family. 'While he pf"Mr,, *. AI ord'a. Coworkers Choir .$ehearsal..7:3O!
"' received a good education, his .
detl. .
att
Sunbeams 3
and G41si m.
p.
CALL COLLECT". 'Day 437.- 513 NJght 437-9929 only interest"was rnuslohis 1.*t'-r Monday
'm ;lc: lI f was' not interestedin
EVENING :
PLANNING ARRANGEDHEADQUARTERS YWA 8
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: : p. mlt and 3rd
the prof ess lohs. politics or Monday
_.. ., ,. business which disturbed his CHURCH SERVICES
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... << family and at heir urgence SUNDAY.!, 1.Y-fY.13 Wednesday/

became a bookkeeper, and was A ,communion ,service: will Junior Choir:'' 3:30 p. m.
forbidden tq tress? with such .be this 'Sunday In all
,:.' .FQR" held Thursday,
nonsense miisdc until after '
as
: Christian: Science chtt: ches, '. '" -
FISHING 8 p. m.. His eldest,.brother'' became AU are welcome. :Subject '
'T TAe
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>CKLJEi; BAR B. QUE' a prominent:.and successful of the; Lesson-Sermon Is "Sacraiment' drat .United ,Methodist
engineer, other i brothers :Lambert Avenue'Bunnell
GRILLS AND FLOATS, } and includes Jesus'words
t.
I were prortolnent In politics "Neither for JRer. ,Carl A. Wilder. Pastor
pray J Sunday School..._;.9:45: eu m.
and business his.sister '
XSTJLAHTJC HARDWARE & .these alone/, but for thin also ,
Eliza'' married Ihd brother: ofF which shall believe Qn .mehrptgh Worship Service.. .11QO: a. m.
"t;r"Llt. 'theuword.." Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45
esident.Buchanan ,
.SUPPLY. &Q.p Inc.. tie : only of ftejafed} p4ssages from p.- m. .Wednesday -
Chlldcens Choir Rehearsal:
rnuslc and,a. God J given talent.dial'
'' 1 Science Key
MOODY: BLVD.: FLAGLER BEACH: 1 J wjlh ,4th at 3
was to .make him 'far to the, TacripttLteI' ,by'' Tlary} 2114? and Thursday

I PHONE. 439-23O3. more famous :than. any othermember Baker ..Eddy"-JriclM.de the following 3 p. m.

... n I'_I ..'- ,.r-..... .... __. { ; "of the Foster.family. ''That'.e"' Anight lib- MYF. : .2nd 6:30:and p. 4th m. Sundays.
.... efally his ; ght
'. pour tiear.1fl" ; ,WSCS 1st Wednesday at
,. .- -..- .. treasurers Into empty or sin-

,flllqd hmnan.sjorehotises. Was Friendly CIrcle 9a.m.3rd Thursday
9 -ch tiBi the inspiration) of Jesus'- Intense at8p.m. ','
''human sacrifice The
Methodist Men3rd Wednesday -
.
of his''gr lifework '
purpose. at 7:15 p: m.
.ov. extends through time 'andIncludes -
iMOptrf'Q, > k -"'universal Humanity."
% Fiagler Beach United
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: ." _
;
Methodist Church
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFor
c .. x. DR. DALLAS BROWNING.
three years he sat 6n a ,PASTOR

QUAItTYCQNf ____ bookkeeper's stool" but. his Daytona A Y .. Flagler Beach
,, AUCTION -----_ : wasn't in his job. He
-L : : heart Church School.__..__.9:00: a.'m.
.l loved studying the music of
Morning Worshlp..10:00: a. m.
who worked pri the

.... t.[ ,river Negroes'oats of, the Ohio: understood PENTECOSTAL
and sympathized
,
"'llNMtOiATfCONSTBUCTION. : s with them, and made $hem HOLINESS .CHURCH
1 f subjects for maq"qf ,his best BundelLOU' Fiona St.
Reverend T. D Peacock Pastor

known .songs. Sunday School..._...10:00: a. m.
Later in life he took to ''
Wdrship Service!_11:00 a. m.
.. drink. He :had failed ,to copyright Prayer'"Mee ....Wed. 7c30 p. m.
A4slRy mast of his work And Worship Serv. Sun. 7:30: m.
p.
., _
,
c.' others did :so.He died In .pov r.St.

r E' erty considering in:the :iNew himself York a Bowery,fallure. Thomas' rf;: scopai(

The H -r. Tlioniak._Mably
..He was found by. a friend
Today, *v ryeni Lawrie that rtren.T t. [v.ry ;ap j aril akar; .: a P4.st; 'I'c1 .
'1, the me/tgop msrwy 11400 Traadta bolld Tw14.We off 1 % flnanclng to gaalifl.d propofls with a song; ,poem, "Dear miles
n tNr: .,trow .rs Rhgosoror.r 20 ditf.mt Jim Watt.r built horn.., from ono b.d m .Friends: and Gentle Hearts" 3 east of Bunnell on I
F to four'b.droarha. Al bugditr now ouryl .raid th. rid t of n.w ho "Hlahwor 100. .M.
icy
: L9wINOtofA .. So wiry watt wMe Ira so osy tot Or'tlund rowr+ +rt rf .written; by ;his own hand on a .
I 'd1rb'.JJ1ece.oC.pmper: and with Morning Wprs I ip..' JO:00 a. m.Church' .
.., Wi c. HAVfjBARELs OF N r a how you can aav..v.n '38 cents An his pocket. and Schobl.-.JlOOO: : : a.J\m.

Ocolo,, .FJoV .32670 a. .Iaor' ''m A/ ln'OsS taken. Bellvue Hospital..His Holy Communion*first Sunday

"r, 3801*South. ,Pine mny*tmgi of completion. You family took possession of the of each month .1
\ '-."' : at. '- .d Ml ut how much.Tfi*moro yottv" ,body and ..he was burled In .-- .- ... i
Box 9,54'fi T 1 0.1}!. os. "- the .family, plot'' in Allegheny. First Baptipt.church
( t Phones yb14 as '
,., 622-8J18 + n < Pa. N. Centrat ,Aie.'FJaglel' Beach
t' ''t" The booklet ''."Stephen Fos ,Rh; Max' KT>*IT: n. atol'*t \

,Orlando,'IrFlo. 'Q& Gc4 of! oKd .{wswelilge4: 1 terA Florida .Minstrel""de- Sunday ool.ft:45.: a. }m
32808 I J" m Ji*"?!' I J I serves a'ldbe in? every''' Flor- Worship Service..J.l:00 a. m. .

.,4540* W. Colonial CaN/ s-nd(coupon or lop'fcy rodw.A I j3.sSSSSlrSi-? I idan's library 'as well' as* in I
Hw5O West ;; ''
Ihf. new.aGJoand.carapAtajn/ornuUon. m \ *i""'i'.""' 0 yT. + *tS5f"? ** public and school' libraries "
d"" "' P.' O.Pine Box Hill"'Station'1503.71 1 ., .V"ij ''* ct _jf *.ir* -> "Jf w I /mar J'j ** T ft Much! the..qtater1al; ,In the .ATTEND THE j
I book: was new to\ 'me and I '
A0ru Aat flhd; ft' gratifying to" -''have a r CHURCH :OF' YOU4R'

,. :"%,, Phota.r'295.0981.. I Jim WafJ'er ,cri .. r i co y. It1 xftay.be,' 'secured' from CHOICE ON SUNDAY3THE
i "''I' TluStair"
Pies
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; ,Boynton-..., .. "
.. r" Beach Florida.

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THURS.. ;JULY 10.
MRS. JACK CAMPBELL BULLOCH PINETTES ._._-_.....-. .r-r-Hnr.cn---- TRIBUNE

ENTERTAINED n'
t
Charcoal broiled steaks i

were the pieces de resistanceat ." ,," ,.i.;:
:
t < an Informal supper Mrs. \;
Cliff Sheffield gave Monday '

night for Pinetttes at her : ; ,

:. home. in Colony Park, Bun- r.t;

nell. ,,'I 1 .
A games party was enjoyed 'h I

t afterward, by club membersMrs. .t.",..-.')'\<1I 1 I I'J'

Edward Hawkins, Mrs. ., '"" .,t y')Ii j
Walton Kinney, Mrs. H. V. : ,
'iJ:
:
; ;'. ; s
I Peavy, Mrs. Tommy Bertha rIFf':,\, I
and Mrs. S. J. Tilton, Jr.; anda : of-
?
I IJ
: '''guest Mrs. C. H. Knight. :. ,

Mrs. Edward Hawkins won '.". I
the door' prize.


I .F : r..i7JijI1' VISITS PARENTS

; .. Michael Parked of, Sunnyvale

California, was a weekend .. :,
visitor with his parents, :
: Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin Parker.
He was enroute to San Francisco

after making 'ia business

J f trip to Washington D. C.
where he also visited with

his brother Tony. Parker. He,
his wife Carol and son Eric
e
43' reside in California where he

., ;, Is employed'. as an electrical
engineer with the Electro

magnetics Systems Labora
tory. \


NEW RESIDENTSMr.

; and Mrs. Joseph Blank-
enship and sons, formerly of
4 .
Sayville, New York, are residing ti
at Koronav in the Kowal-

a sky' home on US Hwy. 1.

Mr.. Blankenship is the son r
ev S d of Mrs. Charles Kranski, Ko'

rona.
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED'

:41'. VISITS IN ATLANTAMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen, 902 N. Railroad Ave., Bunnell

........- ., O. K. Herr and daug- announce the engagement ,of their daughter Miss Elizabeth
a\ ter Debbie Sue flew to
Atlanta Allen Fourth Class Thomas D. Herr son of
Keen to Specialist ,
Marghuerite Brown Sears, Blee and Mrs. Robert M. Lan-, last week: to visit 'Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. dis of Miami were brides Heir's brother, and sister in Mr, .and Mrs. O. K. Herr, Deen Road, BunneH.

Glenn Morse Sears of Tallahassee maids. They wore floor-length, law, Mr: and:Mrs.., T. E, Roman The wedding date will be announced later.
and granddaughter gowns of yellow tucked voile ,and family. Miss Allen is a 1966 graduate of Bunnell ,High School and

of Mrs. .James William with high, necklines And was graduated' from Mary Karl Vocational Cosmetology School.

Brown of BunneH sand Jack short sleeves. Yellow velvet Mrs. James O. Craig is vis She is presently employed at Willla Jean's Styling. Salon,

,Campbell ,Bulloch, son of Mr. ribbon accented the Empire iting in Arkansas, with relatives Deland. ,

and Mrs. .Jerrold; Bulloch of waistlines and :formed :flat and friends Her (fiance. is a 1966 graduate of .BunneH High School and
Monticello were married bows in the back. Their head-
attended Karl Vocational
Mary Automotive School. He is presently -
Thursday in Glenn James pieces were,of matching rib FORMER, RESIDENTS, VISIT
serving a tour of duty in Vietnam:with the United States
Memorial. Chapel Tallahassee. bon, and ;they carried ,nosegays Mr. ,aridMrs.. Thomas Gres.
Army,
,
of miniature- fuji chrysanthemums
ham, formerly of Bunnell,
The Rev. Jack Anderson and stephanotis.
now living In Tampa,
.spent HOME FROM VACATIONMr.
performed the 6 cere William Jerrold Bulloch, Jr. HOME FROM VACATIONMr.
p.m;, last week :visiting with, Mrs. and Mrs. Cordell Rob.
mony. of Montlcello served his ,brother Robert Berthif at ,Blminl. and ;Mrs. Jack Hosford
erteon,and and Mr. and
Given, ,in marriage fay ,her : ; 4! best .man. N" Sanders returned home MOIJday.after Mrs. sons .,
,
I father; the bride wore floor- '_!Sauls.. .Felix; A.' t JohnstonJr., Sgt. 'and*' Mifc!'':Johrl'Barker: { 'spending' a LakePlacid r'\' family'Lloyd returned Robertson and
home last
',-g6Wn-of Dr. 'James F. Goodchild ofPittsburg visiting his brother ,
.* length Empire style ,and childrenxof' %Doe Run, Ga. : week from Marathon
Peau D'Ange lace-over taffeta Pa. and John A. spent the holiday weekend at and sister in law, Mr. ,:and after
with front and back 'scalloped : Kelly III of Athens, Ga. ush ,Flagler Beach.BEACH Mrs. Richard Hosford. spending sightseeing.Mr. a. week' fishing and

lace'panels. The 'Victorian ered. L. rlr' "'

collar and ,abort sleeves were The brides parents were HOUSECUESTS Mr., and Mrs. Ike Vaughn, .
of lace, which also trimmed hosts at a reception in their Jr. and son Edward, La and Mrs. Bernard Koz-
the court-length train. She home following the ceremony. Holiday weekend house. Grange, Ga. visited In Bun. lowskl. Flagler, Beach have
carried a cascade 'of white After a wedding trip' to guests; at the beach home of nell last week ,with ,her par, and Terry Mosler o;' Lima,
Mr. and Mrs. John
butterfly roses and stephan North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Clegg were ents, Mr. and Mrs. Duane A. Duane Wesley and grandson,
I :.otls centered with a white, or Bulloch will live in Monti- trell Mr. and Mrs. Richard Can. Deen. Danny Allen Wesley of Penna.
Mr. and Mrs.
chid. cello. ,He is employed by the Sanley "andw Terry Mosler of Lima,
Thompson and
'Glenda Sears was her sis State Department of Agriculture Mr. and Mrs.. 'C.children H. and Visiting In Bunnell with Ohio.
'ter's maid of honor. Kathleen as a chemist. and. Muzyka Mrs. G. J. Hosford are, her
children, all of Orlando; daughter Mrs. George Buck- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray

HOME nOM "NEW Tome WEEKEND HOUSEGUESTS and ,Mr.DayttonalJBeach.and --Mrs. Bob Hillman -. nam land daughter Tina of fare visiting In Rock Hill, S. C.
White with their. son and daughterin
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kran- Weekend houseguests at Lake Wisconsin and
law, Mr. ,and Mrs. Hal
Mrs.
ski have ,returned to their the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Carol Lynda Townsend Hosford's granddaughter,
home at Korona' after visitingat Webb Brooks, Bunnell were Florida Southern College Mrs. Donna Buetner and son Murray.
,
Sayville N. Y. with rela- their daughter Miss Gwen Lakeland spend the: holiday of Milwaukee WIse. BEACH VISITORS

tives. Brooks and a classmate Miss weekend at :Haw Creek vls

(Mrs. Kranski's sister Mrs. Nancy Lau, Blue Mountain iting her parents, ,Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Helms ,last Visiting week ,with at Flagler Mr. Beach
and and
Mary Kruplem, who ,accompanied College, Miss; Charles Jenkins Mrs., 'Jim, Townsend. children and Miss Nunny Louis Manos 'Mrs.
them home for a,visit, Palatka; Kenny Brock Tucker left Sunday to return 1... were Mrs. Sarah
left Monday to return to her ett. Jacksonville and Miss Mr.and Mrs.:: Remley Murray' to their' home at Tallahassee Passmore, Tampa; Mrs.
home at Sayville. Mary Ann Smith, Jackson and children have returned alter spending a week in Bun* Margaret L. Arnold, Jacksonville
and
ville. The Webb's son and .home from Rldgeland, S.' C. nell visiting Mrs. Helm's ; Commander and
Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. Howell daughter in law, Capt. and where, they.spent, last week mother, Mrs, Irene Durrance. Mrs.children Kenneth Wright: ; and

and daughter Hallandale Mrs. George Brooks and child. visiting relatives.COME Newport, R. I.
Mrs.
visited Robbins ATTEND FUNERAL Manos'' sister, Mrs.
Florida in Bunnell ren, Warner Ga. ar ,
Passmore ,_
last Thursday with Mr. and rived Monday for several \. Mr'.and Mrs. Odell Hersey Canakarls, has moved into,the
I Mrs., F. H. Howell. -: weeks visit. in Apartments and
were ,
TO Waycross Ga.
_pUNNELL:TO last will reside in, Bunnell. '
,
weekend where they attended
Mr. and Mrs. 'Walter Wllk-' Mrs. L. A. McElroy left SHOP funeral services :for D. C.,Pad WEEKEND GUESTS
ins 'and sons Wally ,and Wednesday to return to her gett, a frequent visitor to Bun- Lt. ,
Mickey spent the Fourth of home at Meridian, Miss after Drop ,Your Laundry Off nell. ., and Mrs. Johnny'' Ash
ley, Jr. and
July weekend at Cape Canaveral three weeks visit 'in Bunnell children ,of Jack
visiting their daughterMiss with 'Mr. and. 'Mrs. Webb Before? Pick-up' i..ter Mr. and Mrs. Gene sonville spent the weekend-
: : Pache at Flagler
Julie WHkins.PLAZA Brooks: returned home Beach, a.S house*

20.IBs Washer 35c plane, from ,New Sunday York and'via Rufus gUests 'Miller.of City. Commissioner- ,
,
Miss Heidi Eisenbach 'Miss ., ,p -- > ,Connecticut where they spent

Rocking Cathy Steffenson and William a -week,visiting :friends, and t
'
chair Brown, all of Tallahassee, 14 lbs Washer/ 25c relatives.: HASTINGS MATTRESS

Thoatzv spent the holiday'weekend"atFlagler & UPHOLSTRY
Beach ;wIth, .Heidi's BEACH WORKS
PALATKA Mr. We 'Wash, HOUSEGUEST 710-12 Lemon'St...
parents and Mrs.
Eisenbaclr.Mf C. B. Rugs. Mr.:and"Mrs.. Norman Kurtz PaJatka Florida

THRU Flagler Beach, have as.i-.thelr. Phone
THURS. WED. EA 5-9166
and Mrs. Charles White houseguest, Miss Roberta,Cur Furniture Upholtartn
t. PAUL AMy'sCLIUIdry tis, of Cleveland, Ohio.' ,
NEWMAN.JOANNE and H
children of Greenville 3: pair.d & Rsflnlsliod,

,; WOODWARD Ohio arrived Saturday to US,V\p If J. B. High 'of 'Washington Mattresses b. BOX Springs
'; ROBERT-" spend two weeks vacation V arrived Mad to, Onter. Also
: ,WAGNER, visiting In '* i'.IVBunaelfl :' *. ;t 1 ln Bunnell last week Renovated

, \ -IN- ,parents.* Mr.Bunnell.. ,and Mrs.with F.her J. ,., ,Florida; for a visit With _his mother, Call Laura Morris 437.3231
Chambers. r ." : 11 ;;Y rJr\'i1a\ ..' Igh. ij (*> .. After 8:00 p. M.
.. WINNING" P.'S/bon'jt.'Torjfct: .to 3iJl-: PRICES REASONABLE

Mr 'and Mrs. David Burn Wash" CarThriftTbarWash of Mr.and, MrssMelvin; Phillips BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
f. A,BLISTERING 2OO sed and Bonifay arrived Tuesday,for Just am .
M'EP. B daughters of. Gaines ,several Dear as your
# ; days vtolt '
wlt*
;,t PACE vOle are visiting in Dunn ll 'het"'brother' "2& :'' Office
arid IstSter ?' hoPgaUer.Pao.t.:
"i' :.0_ d, andflFlagler Beach with' ., ,- "" .,: in law, 'MJ'.T't: fI. t ,
_" 10'>> : rel. ;- 'I I and Mrs. ( or Call
.. Clifford
: atlves.I .. '. ,. '- -- -:'" McGriff and"tGi; Free
Cheryl Pick-up & Delivery




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: rmcLEn TRIBUNE THURS.. JULY 10. 1969 CITY OF BUNNELL against 'said estate: attorney or the name shall be
_____. You and each of you. are here-
void.ALLEN
by notified and required to present E. OESCHKE. Jr.
VOTES 'TO AMEND any "claim and demand OK ACE M. ABEL
CLASSIFIED I i ] COMMISSION which you. or either of you,may' WILLIAM H. OESCHKE
BUILDING CODEThe have against the estate' of As Executors and Executrix -
EVELYN V. WAIJTHKH, also of said estate. .
ADOPTS
ADVERTISINGTROPIC SCHOOL known as EVELYN VIRGINIA First publication on, 3 July 1969.
City of Bunnell voted WALTERS deceased late of LelaruT:XI. Shaw
RESOLUTIONFlagler Monday night to upgrade the Klagler County Florida! to the Attorney: ,for Executors and '

t:. ga city's building code. The com- County. at his d :ncf In Flagler the County County ExecutrixBox 29ftBunnell

Beach City Commissioners missioners voted unanimously Courthouse In Bunnell, Flagler Florida
unanimously adopted County Florida within six July 3. 10. 17 & 24.' 4tc.
an ordinance
a to adopt months from the date of first
GARDENS resolution' Thursday night amending the' code. publication of this notice. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
requesting the Flagler County Each claim or demand must
Let us help beautify
Flagler other business the be In ,
School In com- writing and must state
County. Large variety of ever. Board to keep ithe Flag- the place of residence and post- COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT t{
,ler mission: FLAGLEIt COUNTY KLORIDA -
Beach Elementary School t ottlce address of the claimantand

greens 5;& miles, palms S ,of hedge Bunnell plants.on open due to the potential Influx GRANTED a. temporary claimant must.. his be Kent sworn, or to his by the attorney IN PROIIATE NO. Oil II.
'
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-Uc of residents the ensuing variance effective July 8 to or it will be barred according Estate of .
LUTA OIULIETTI.
years. The School Board had Neal Simmons to park a house to law. Deceased.
Each creditor
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain announced plans to close the trailer on property owned( by :' shall his claim deliver to<< NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tectpctt
fields Installed: Rota-Roter elementary school 'and trans- Oscar Hall off Maraposa St. enable :: to mall I TO CLAIMS: ALL PERSONS OR DEMANDS HAVING
one to each personal
snail shell. Reasonable prices. fer students to schools In Bun- The variance was granted representative. AGAINST SAID ESTATE:

Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 nell. providing the sewer facilities 1 888.Dated this _27th day of June. hereby YOU. notified and each and of required you are to

___8-1-tf In other action Thursday at the site are approved by /s' Abigail Evelyn Wolfe file any claims and demands
Aa executrix which you. or either of you, may
Sanitation Officer of the Last
FOR SALE-1968 Yamaha night the commission: County Will and Testament ot have against,said estate In the "
Gene Holly. EVELYN office of Honorable T. K;' Mc.
twin Jet 100 motorcycle. Electric 'V. WALTERS 1
HELD a public hearing"oh- ," a/k/a EVELYN VIRGIN- Knight County Judge ofnJTlagler -
starter, new tires excell- the proposed bulkhead line AGREED to pay City Attor- IA W'ALTERS. Decea.ed. County. at his'otftce'lfr the

ent condition, $275. Call 437- ney Charles Tindell a fee not ,BERRIEN'BECKS Court House In Bunnell Florida' ,
along the Intracoatsal water- 119 North Kldgewood within six calendar months
3632. July 3, ltc. exceeding $8,800 for legal Avenue the of first
way. It was decided that a Daytona Beach. Florida from time the publi-
services for the city's ATTORNEY FOR cation of this notice. Each claim
proposed EXECUTRIX
FOR RENT Unfurnished' 2 height of 5 ft. above the, mean July 10. 17. 24. 31, or demand must be in writing;
4tc.
bedroom house, Deen Road, low water mark was suitableand sewerage and water' im-, and contain the place of residence -
and post office address of
-,
provement project.
Bunnell. 'Call 437.3658 or 4377167. that a 12.12 inch reinforced LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE the claimant and must be swornto

July 3, ltc. :cap would be" acceptable. AGREED to hire A. Say. by' the claimant his ,agent or .
attorney. or the, same shall be
ACCEPTED the resignationof ford Deland to 'appraise OV APPLICATION FOR void. rs
DISTRIBUTORSHIPIn property off Deen Road that TAX DEED / / Nev, G. Capo
this full Gilbert Krier as Planning Notice I la hereby given that As Executrix of said
area or
part Board member and appointed the city plans to purchase Johnny J. Seale the 'holder of Eetate'1

time, no selling, man or woman from Jimmle L. Townsend, the following certificate has First Publication 3. July, 1969a
to collect from Thomas J. Davock to fill the filed said certificate for a tax LELAND B. SHAW
money' new unexpired term of Krier. Daytona Beach, to be used in deed to be Issued thereon. The Attorney for Executrixf '

type high quality'coin operated the city's proposed sewerage certificate number and year of P. O. Box 2.96 '.,
of Issuance, the 'description of the
machines, handling nationally DENIED the request .Bunnell. Florida 32010
water project. property and the name In .which
-.July' 3. 10. 17 and 24. '4teLEGAL
known, products., To Flagler Beach bar owners to it was assessed are as follows: .,
AGREED to have a public Certificate No. 8 Year of Issuance -
must 'have remain open after 2:30 a. m. ;
qualify you a car, ADVERTISEMENTIN :
hearing August 4 at 8 p. m. 1986: Description,of property
references $1,299.50 to $2,599.00 .- during the July Fourth. holi : Lot 19. Block 7,- Johnson
to rezone property belonging Beach Subdivision. Assessed to THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
days.
cash for and In-
equipment
to'Daytona' Beach Realtor Jim. Y. .Jj Coama. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ventory. Six to ten hours perweek INSTRUCTED the city' at- In addition to the above the IN AND FOil FLAGLER..
mobile
mie L. Townsend for a outstanding COUNTY. FLORIDANo.
following certificates
are -
can earn up to $100.00 torney to draw an ordinancefor home park ''and trailer sales. on said property: 544DEMHART

profit. Write or phone, United the assessment,of $1.00 on Certificate: No. 55; 'Year of Issuance CORPORATION, a
GRANTED' variance al. 1968; Holder J. J. Seale. Connecticut corporation, suc-
Brokers 921 Volusia Ave. the
fines and forfeitures for
to erecta Assessed to: V. J. Cosmo cessor by merger to PLYMOUTH -
Daytona Beach, Florida. Area state and city. lowing A. B. Dunlap Certificate No. 61; Year of Issuance CORDAGE COMPANY
Jim Walter home on a 50x 1969; Holder: Stanley corporation, d/b/a WILSON
code 9042556431. July 3 2tc HEARD "
complaints concern-
A TOOMER FERTILIZERCOMPANY '
Novak. Assessed to: V. J. Cos -
:-t) lot. The commissioners '
Ing driving and speeding on 100 (5000 sq : ,
will do in voted 4-1 in favorof mo.Unless Plaintiff.HERSCHEtTc. .
,babysitting my the beach and the need for a such certificates shall .
home Reasonable action,with Commissioner be redeemed according: to law PEaGY
day or night. regulated speed limit. Also the the property described in such KING and
rates. Contact Mrs. C. J. of tractor.trailer Shelton Barber castingthe certificates will be sold to' the J. KINO his wife; and THE]
the parking highest bidder at the ,front'door UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
vote. Bar-
Clark Rich's Trailer Park dissenting
trucks east of the City Park only of the Flagler County Courthouse Defendants.
'
near overpass on US Hwy. 1, blocking the view of the ber' stated the'City ordinance on the first Monday In the AMENDED NOTICE OK SUIT
To PEGGY J. KING
Bunnell. July 10 Itp. ocean.' adopted In 1953 requires .10,- month 4th of day August of August 1989 which 1969. atthe lathe 242: _Mflton Road .

VOTED 3.2 to complete 000 sq. ft. for a residential legal hour of ;sale, to-wlt. : Warwick, Rhode I nOTIFI
YOU ARE HEREBY
Small Trailer for rent. Sleeps 11:00 A.' M.
construction of"the fountainin permit. Florida this ED THAT AN ACTION TO
3. Call Flagler Beach. 439- : 30&at3ytBJ : 1969. FORECLOSE a mortgage on the
a5 building permitto .
the city park at an esti- DENIED
2528. July 10 Itc. (Seal) following property In Flagler
mated cost of $679.20 submited Johnnie Smith to build a GEORGE M. MOODY County. Florida; '

'New utility cabinets' door, by Wayne Edwards. The frame home T!>n. a 40x80 lot Clerk Flagler of County Circuit Florida Court ,NEK%; South of 8WK tt of: 8WU SW&:of West SE

$11.95; 2 doors $15.95; Vinyl Mayor' Indicated he may ve- until he' cant*obtain a clear July 3. 10. 17 & 24.;. 1969. 4tc V4 of West V of NWVi of
:... SEQ.. all in Section 17.
recliners, $49.95; First quality to !the commission's action deed to the property. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT "' Township '1'1 South. Range

'12x12, rayon viscose rugs, within five days.INSTRUCTED It, 30 East.
has been filed against you and
.
Old the At- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
$24.95.'"Jerry's Furniture; City King and The United
draw' resolution '. I. TAX DEED Ntehcaf:: ; America, and you are
Phone >4373752. torney to i
Dixie
Hwy. MRS. W.oWILKINSELECTED7DAV ,, ,Notice Is hereby given that required to serve & copy of your
July' 10; Itc. ..requiring fishermen to ,. .use Johnny J. Seale the holder_ of written defenses if any, to It on
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,, c ..-.. the following certificate has filed 'MI "' .
-.z >r I one pole only ,while fishing : LAM, RAMSAY. .MARTIN & .,.J
said certificate fa tax deed
ADE. attorneys for plaintiff,
CARS!FOR SALE-1960'Dodge from the Municipal Pier. to.be, Issued thereonThe, certificate whose address is 1711 Barnett

four.door sedan; $50.00; 1962 I AGREED to purchase 104,ft. AUX.. COMMANDER number and year ,of Is Bank Building. Jacksonville.
suance. the'' description of the
Florida 32202. and file the origi-
,Pontlac body only good tires, ,of 24 In. concrete pipe from Walter Wilkins Bun- property. and ae"" name In nal with the clerk of the above

$25.00. Call 439.2051, Evelyn'sNorth Mitchell Concrete Pipe Co.. at Mrs. n which it was- are as .styled court on or before July
follows
nell was elected Commanderof : 28. 1989 otherwise
Judgmentmay
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Beach.
AlA, Flagler $5 per ft. delivered. Disabled. American Certificate No.. 7; Year-of Issuance be entered, against you for .
July 10, Itc. the: f 1966: Description of prop- the relief demanded in. the com-
Veterans Auxiliary ,a1; an or- erty: Lot 19. Block 3.. Johnson plaint. |1
!-13 Monday Beach Subdivision. WITNESS my hand and the
FOR'SALE- year meeting
ganizational
HORSE Assessed to: George .and. Mary. seal of seJid court on June '24.
old Palomino mare $125.00. TUCKER ADDRESSESBUNNELL night at the Flagler Beach Larue. 1969., _
Saddle. Mexican;'' 'Sad- Municipal ,HaU. Unless such certificate' shall GEORGE M. MOODY
$25.00, LIONS ter describe to law As Clerk of said Court
dle, $175.00., Call Evelyn's, Other officers elected at the property In such (Seal) ,
certificate will be sold to the By /Kathryn I
439-2051 North Hwy. AlA. Attorney Jim Tucker was opening meeting of the newly highest bidder at the, front door Deputjr Clerk Emery

July' 10, 1tc. speaker at the regular luncheon organized ,club' were Mrs.. J. D. of house the on Flagler the first County,Monday Court-in the June 26. July 3. 10. 17. 4tc.

BUS- meeting, 'Of the Flagler Perritt, senior vice commander ,month of August 1969. which Is LEGAL ..ADVERTISEMENT
,OWN A PROFITABLE Beach Lions Club Tuesdaynoon. Mrs. George Reed, Junior the 4th day of August 1969, at
INESS PART OR FULL TIMEWORK ; the legal hour Ot ,Bale to-w't: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH -
The subject of his address vice commander; Mrs. John ,11:00A.M. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

was "O Say Can You Lutton adjutant-treasurer; Dated at Bunnell. Florida this 'IN AND ITOK FLAGLER. 4
FOR ADDED INCOMEWE 30th day of June 1969. COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
LOCATIONS See?". and Mrs. 'RayJnond: Smith, (Seal). CIVIL ACTION NO. O8O-E
SECURE GEORGE M. MOODY ANN M. RODMAN.
He pointed out some of the chaplain.
EARNING POTENTIAL 780om Clerk or the Circuit Plaintiff.KENNETH'CHARLES.
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month or more depending, on things. that are happening In September*? 'was the tentative Court

law 'of :route. America that tend to set Flagler County.' Florida RODMAN.
Reliable man orwoman wanted today date for installation July 3. 10. 17 & 24. 1969. 4tc. Defendant.NOTICE .
.. distributor In this area to re- endanger our stability as a ceremonies and dinner at the OH SUIT* '

stock.aueb ompanr ha restaurants secured, locations,b"wHnK democracy. He mentioned ,the Flagler Beach Municipal Hall. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT TOIio KENNETH: CHARLES

.lle-ra. and etc. with national. perils of riots, protests, marches The dinner is open to the.pub- 38 East Main St'reet'Earlvlle.
brand prepared Pl...- Id I IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT New York
'civil legislation and
rights
through lOur electric ovens which lic. KIjAGLER., ,COUNTY FLORIDA You are hereby notified 'that
will bake In tour ml5" *.. No the encroachment of govern- an action for divorce has been
experlenee neee-s-ry. We tum- ment on individual rights and PKOHATE NO. D13 filed against you and you are
lab all -advertising. lRerell.ndl.- ESTATE OF required to serve a copy of your
lair. and support material. Willnot the loss of law and order. AIo.A.! GRACE M. GESCHKE written defenses If any. to it on
Interfere with present oeeu- Deceased Messrs. Osslnsky and Krol. Attorneys -
F. ALFORD
pation. mm location ean be, aerv- Tucker said "If the peoplecan O. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. for Plaintiff whose address
Iced evenings or w eekend.. see what isN happening in TO: Is 411 Main Street. Daytona
Cash Investment of I./OO-OO: /: to Rea! Estate Broker ALL PERSONS' HAVING Beach. Floridaand file t
94JOOQMO tm ;required. Also a R.od America they should speak'out CLAIMS OR DEMANDS th original with the Clerk' of
ear land 4 to spare hours s and let 'their 'representa- Ito AGAINST SAID ESTATE: the above styled court on or before -
week. It you can meet t..e -- Istered You and each of you are hereby July 2 maI.69. otherwise a
qnlrements and ea.h lave.tment. tives know what they think B1IDIWWtFIoddaI notified and required to' file judgment me entered

and are,aineerel7'iaterest- They only hear from the radi- any claims and demands which against you for the relief demanded -
ed In a tart repeat busineaa .t cals and minorities" you, or either of you may have In the complaint or petition -
low_ tlaen Telepbone he said. .. I. against said estate In the officeof I.
,Name,_ address and President Howard Lerch an- y YOU- Honorable T. K.. McKnlght. Witness my hand and seal of' '
Number.. local personal.Inte..Ie .- nounced there would be THANK County Judge of Flagler County said Court on June 19, 1969. I
with a Companr epre- a f at his office In the Court GEORGE M. MOODY" .
Board of Directors House In Bunnell. Florida, -within Clerk
aentatlve. ; meeting of CircuitA! or Said *-w nDaytona.
cROwN PIZZA CORP. The pastor and members six calendar months from the ( Seal)-
Saturday
'BoaleYardUnlverslty morning at the Saint Paul .BL.ptist 'Church, time of the, first publication of By Kathryn I. EmerySSINSIt.
7578 Olive Chicken Pantry. this notice. Each claim or demand -k .
City ,Mo. 63130 Espanola,, Florida, wish to express I must be In. writing and ; :NDUtlCROOL: : ;

. our appreciation to all contain the place of residenceand Attorneys for Plaintiff 1
post office address of the 411 Main Street I
for your contributions toward claimant and must be sworn to Beach. Florida 32018 j

our church drive. .by the_.--. ..claimant, his agent er June-.-26.-. July_ ___ *_. _10_ and IT_.. 4.FISHERMENS .._ 1

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after you see -:were '217700. The proceedswill '

be used to renovate our : :

your doctor.,. church.;' INN. I


Rev. ,Frank Glddens, ',/; yfm: .. FLAGLZR BEACH .

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'EVELYN known as V.EVE_ LYN VIRGINIAWALT34RS. .. Overnight ''Dockage' Diesel: 'Gas !and Oil J

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JULY 10.. 1969 r Contribution In memory of
Mr. Jim Bray, by his nieces,
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\\1. About STATIONED AT TEXAS Social; j 1 J In memory of Emil. A.
I Smythe, by the family

Our Servicemen Jimmy Akins son of Mr. -" 'N E aking In .memory of (Sadie K.
k..' and Mrs. Henry Mikulka, Brock by the Bunnell' Order
15' Bunnell, left June 19 for of Eastern Star,
SP4 HERR IN VIETNAMSP4 R. BENTLEY
Lackland Air Force Base, Q. I am In memory of Doris Fil-

Thomas p. Herr 'arrived Texas where he is undergoing ing. I plan. fI; lve Director klns. memoi'1al y

at Vietnam June 27 and has --basic training. year wjiernl ....." ... and a establishedto
been assigned to, the 6th ,, He is a 1968 graduate of "I,. wait un"115 perpetuate the memory of
$
Battallon-33rd Artillery at N Bunnell High School and attended for social Mrs. Clarice Teters,. and Mrs.
Phu Bla. He is serving with Daytona Beach Junior .....A., Ko; : Natalie Hannah by the VFW

the United States Army in the College. ". before, you>"l ; \:;..., "'. Auxiliary Post 5213.
that, your : : Other contributors since the
108th Field Artillery unit. .
.. In a letter to his 'parents, Airman His address James Is: Akins reach you on : !\, : 1st insertion have been from

Mr .and Mrs. O. K. Herr, Bun. AF12899471 until .-the the Country Club, Antoinette
nell, he said (the weather was yqur first Slovak, (the First Baptist
3710Fit. 990 "".
CMR No.6 .
Sq. ,
)lard if the ", Church of Flagler+ Beach.
< hot and humid ((107 degrees). Lackland AFB, Texas 78236
His new address Is: Please remember that the
'1.' SP4 Thomas D. Herr (-00 culty -'J' absolute deadline r.or"mem

r,r ; 261-82-6613 HUB, 6th Bn. ..:*. ,Q.' I orials' and contributions In
HONE ON LEAVE
33rd'Arty. ,I, relatives! ; which the name will be placed -
f.}', APO San Francisco 96308 Airman Victor Hall, US Air 'my" home do on the memorial plaque:

';;; (-0-) Force, Fort Campbell, jCy. reported, fqc Is definitely as of August 5,

&1'4 SMITH AWARDED, spent the holiday weekendat ) rgser : :: 1969. Dedication is tentative.
'}4::" Korona visiting his par. A. JJt |is r ly being set for the week of
::0
:; .COMBAT' BADGE ents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hall, report the / August 15. 19 9.

t';: In a letter received from Jr. a\ives who,J i : ( :

;.... SP4 Sam Smith he reports he (-0-) wprk, in : Yt7
HOSPITAL NOTES
was awarded the Combat your mother ,Ii _
Medical Badge In ceremonies ON R &; H LEAVE wife r"h' $ Admitted. :

'\ at the Fire* Support B4se Holiday Paratrooper Alan Jones cumstarlces under, ;, 21.: ? } ?,j ';"tprpgre I g for Hugh Drummond, Mary
y '
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Inn, South Vet 1 m. called : : of .a Hospital Ann Chandler, Dorothy Edwards
his p teI:1ts'r.. and
: ;the'i;<<:( rnings
He has also
b
assigned
at this facility and Amelia Clark Reginald
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T. A. Jones from Bangkok, or'father if *;
.: t'' to a, new unit, a 15 man Recon Thailand' while he ,was on R child who has been In con- ,Clark, Henley'' ,Combs: ,
unit with /the:! 1st Battalion District Repre Jasper Braddock, John
or R leave from Vietnam. He have no"wife the : Campbell
26th Infantry 1st Infantry told them he had b'oert promoted to 'help'. The Mrs. George Tully ..Cynthia'Harper, Catherine
',;\ vision.. to E-6. He Is scheduledto sQcl l"' rivl1i Bea Florida, Edward Copeland,
,"' His new address is: arrive hone in August glad' 'to give" Information as to Mary McDoniald d; .Alice! Lavls, ,
SP4 Sam Smith
from Vietnam where is a guerrilla niatlon formation of this Herman "tPa rocki"Myrtle.
.'i. RA 12886941 Warfare Instructor) WIth Of'course, you Mrs. Tully has re-: Strreter. Charles Williams. ,
Recon 1st Bn. 26th Inf. the tfS Army, 173 Airborne ings of } after I have giv .CJlf tjori Webb, MUjon Wett.stain -
.. 1st Inf. Dlv. information she Eyereftte :Duirance Deborah
DrI
... only if cash ,,
APO
San Francisco 96345 deO'0 Meekins Ernest
( $50 or more able to give me a Dees,
Medic. -'
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te that she will 'be Stanley<< Taylor.
quarter.
(-0-) HOME ON LEAVE to meet with my- Discharged:
PVT.,,WILDER Q. I waS members who would '"
I lri ;; nar ..:.Kozlowskl; Robert
ffully :
PFC Bill Kuitz. who has Joining this Muier
TRANSFERRED ';' Y. Ruth Locket,.
: been stationed at Ft. Polk, La. Have : organization.deep: Baby .
';:. 'y Gary of Work XmrrahjCe. Hugh Drummond, .
Pvt. Scdtt ,With the United st tes'nny, h this column ;
Wilder has been :Does t Nancy Afcair'low, Anna
nty Maples,
transferred Is' spending 18 days leave at ,tL developments. I
> from Fort Ben-
.Flagler 'Beach with .his get the. here that .(the .in ha&: Vendlahdt.. WlJUe Hill,
Wing Ga. to Fort Gordon; Ga. parents Martin H
curity' benefit rdlng, Lora Fillinger -
': Mr.
and
His Mrs. Norman, who are 'Interested
;new address Is: Charlie
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demons.
Dol'Qthy'Wade.
Pvt. Scott Kurtz. A. Probably contacted me out
Wilder.
Alice Lanis.BIRTHDAY .
RA 12898283 PFC Kurtz, will report to have more hospital. If they
".Co A-l2Bn.-4AIT-BDE M. P. Ft.. Benning, Ga. July 23' for work under. : so'by: letter would
.USASTC Fort special training and will be"eltglble' than happy to keep
Gordon, Ga. at DATA
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'' benefits w ien .
30905 tend Jump school. on file and (this r -- "
or later, ,' ke the 'job 'a little Happy .birthday :this I >weak ,to: ,

.... .. '. ., can be '' 4'I we' come to the se Today: ,Kris Schaeffler, Ann ..
you "sh'bxiTd members for the Wilder Rev. Max 1ia l. ,Flynn
Flagl '. of yotir pwn ,Edmqnson, Lana Moody, Laura .
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County Insurance ever, deperidg: J
3sc. .> : !:.. 'for a Volunteer Jean Phoenix.
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\t. f such as the Friday: : Cary P, lfrblang? ,
ptfj-ity.! over :j*, Organization Luellen peen, Magaret Ann
generally '
Agency Inc.
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,arid MJn# drafting stages Zance, Terror Caudjllf:' ; '
of the "preced p/Schlelck-
Saturday '
: Billy
tore; you
All Forms of Insurance jwQman). The: importance Iri the er, Tom Landen; Dianne Vav-
and other press ilk, Claude : '
ri S. DeenV
earrjlnrfs
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305 East Moody Blvd.. of hospital ad. -
-:- Phon 437-3171 cial :
} ;; this will Sunday Judy Marie. Sears. ,
Bunnell Florida 32010 ed,'several '. area Evelyn: ; l A. 'Welling.Monday ,' ,
.. not be explored or
...... until now' -
raFE=FIKE-AUTOr-CASUALTY.-TONDS y until after the Fall ; .Ka.!hleeii'; {Morrispn. -
up to $7,800 '
cial security' school has begun. "' < .

- - -- - a.., .. .e.hi q[ this, it will FUND Fannie Tuesday, Baker.Wednesday: Charles. E.' Magee,

before the '
: John
rnpnt benefit rod, along with Leblang
Clarence
Weaver
Donna
someone has
I rea : been received.
0 I ON TIME; ample the to be some adjust Whitney. ,

lM 5 10 ly: retirement to the dorasl-cur-

CEItTIFICATEStOLIJS man reaching Is 'hoped that this :ON i HONOR .RQLL
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'$160.50. Under very short

'A I .!DfDlUM $3. 00-SO..DAYS man' have been com According: to Principal Ed.
.
IUl'rloNAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLT' could. get' have been install ward Taylor of Osceola Junior
High School ,at
of $218 a chapel proper and Kissimmee..
BANK Q. I am sufficient money Larry Williams- son .of' Mrs.VJ.t'glnJa .
Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada health visits c contributed towards Williams, former{

Ormond B.ae2u Florida icare. Do I portion of ,the Bunnell' resident was placed
ment from due the chapel oh the seventh'grade honor .
the home should be .roll? and the school's' yearly '
honor"roll.Mrs. .
A. The 'on or before Aug. ,
makes the' : Donations have Williams is a memberof

:fr>,m e whether thfr; in view" of this system faculty.Millions ..
BINGO 8:00 P. M erect: under ,th : adl ne for accept '

surarjc?pr'\ n b t1ons for having of grmnlon, the
Insurance part memorial placed on tasty fish that spawn In the '
FLAGLER BEACH
RECREATION HALt Q."Do ,itself has;,green ex" b ach 'sand'pfSotitlierq, Calif
SPONSORED BY- ug st $th: Definite
ceive aJ;* .ornla In 'early. summer; un-
Disabled American : have to' make, Is August 5th, 44c};[ #Sand sea*: tides: JKatJpnal
: Veterans : the Social lng'; Jas to have Geographic saysoThey wriggle
'tratiori? } .fcp nave the re 'on to the wet t tieach Just

: -T TONIGHT ,(Thursday,,) IA..' ,Yes. ,they engraved and after'rthe' once-a-nioth} high
t. : any of: !: || the new existing tide so' than i: tlielr'egss will
FREE REFRESHMENTS :: ',}$ ;Th; y/drop/ since have. time to',develop in the
"' 5 Jim Bqoe Chapter No. 86 :+; > transfer to 1 'in' this :sand while safely out of
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"'"'" ,. reduce, theIr as' follows:'" J reach of the sea.,,
: NO MINORS ALLOWED '
t' 4'g J lend than 'frfll- '" .

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8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JULY 10. 1969 BEACH ALL STARS WIN BOB CAT lInn AT FLAGLER BEACH

and Keith Tennant. physical f The:Flagler Beach All Stars
education Instructor and from the Little League Baseball < 9 1? '
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( a, *sm wrestling coach. Universityof team won' the Fourth of
Florida will conduct the July game last Friday by de
;:":.::' 'NOTESBHS : 11 all-day workshop for BHS students feating the Bunnell All Stars .,
n and physical education 5 ,to 4.

ATHLETICS Instruotors. "A real good ball game",
McGrlff said "All BHS boys Coach Hardin said.
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WORKSHOP SET 1
: t. lgr&des 5.12'are urged to at. .' :
THURS.. JULY 10 '
r tend the wrestling sessions
"":; :i{ 1 A gymnastics .and wrest. from 9 10:30:: a. m., and all
'. I ling workshop has been boys and girls grades 5.12 WHITAKER TEAM WINS
f,', : scheduled at Bunnell High can attend the gymnasticsand ,Little League Baseball( Is
"f ; School of the school's sessions from a' 42FR
as part tumbling over for the season. Coach A _
., .' 1 summer enrichment program. 10:45: a. m. to 4 p. m." Jack Hardin said "It was the
'.:.1:' The workshop will be Thurs. Coach Jack Hardin said best League we ever had". \
.>jo day, July 10 from ,9 a. m. tl1I' that all boys who plan to play Final team standings were:

4 p. m. In the school gymnas.ium football next year should be Whitaker ......._..9 won 3 lost
; according to Principal sure to' attend, the wrestling. McGee ...._.._.......7 won 5 lost
: Toe' Regna gymnastics In.J The public is invited to. ... _
Pache ? .+.....:..3 won 9 lostt
structor, University of Florida observe the hstratl ns.
:J The Bob Cat,pictured above was killed last Sunday by Butch,
t Bullard center on the' ''intracoastal waterway road near the

t Lehigh plant. The cat weIghed' 23 pounds and ten ounces and I
measured 4 ft. 5 inches stretched out from toe to toe: Pictured
1 1I with Bullard' are his wife, Jackie and his father, J.i O., Bullard.

VFW DANCE FISHING CONTEST WINNERS
PLANS ARE
COMPLETEDPlans William Bailey East Pal-
w were 'completed for atka, won a spinning. rod and
.: as? r the Veterans of Foreign Wars reel and a six months fIsh.
dance at a meeting Thursday ing pass for the largest fish
night at the post home. The caught during the City of
I affair Is slated Saturday July Flagler Beach July Fourth:
19 at the Bunnell Civic Cen Fishing Contest. Bailey caughta
ter. 25 pound King Mackerel
; "- *sc' wA4 Country-Western music will while fishing from the municipal

,be ; .provided by Stovepipe pier. Other winners
?. Perkins, and his band of Daytona were Finney Vallard, ;North
; Beach. Carolina, smallest fish ((2 In.)

Tickets may be purchasedfrom who received a 30 day fishing
any VFW member ac. ,pass; and Earl (Squeaky) '
i I II 1 9' N I( i IKrt / cording to Quartermaster T. Black Bunnell, who caughtthe
I : Jf. Jones. most fish (65) and received
'o! rT a spinning'rod and 30 x
FORMER RESIDENT day pass. The fishing passes
:INJURED IN were given by the City of ..
AUTO ACCIDENTA Flagler BeaCh, and the fishing ..t M
l former Bunnell resident, tackle was donated by Cecil '
j Claude Deen of Christmas Westbrook, pier manager.
3 t tI Florida, was seriously injured
I I t June 20 in an auto accident
\ a at Orlando. MRS. VERNA FOLK

Deen is a patient at Orange PASSED AWAY.

Memorial Hospital at Orlando Mrs! Verna H, Folk; 80, "
4'rc where his condition is list. 100 f
Highway passed away
ed critical. t'
as Thursday, July 3 at'. Bunnell

.SENIOR CITIZENS General Hospital.
Born in Plumville Pa., she \\I
I DISCONTINUE ..
SUMMER' MEETINGSThe moved to Bunnell 29 years ago .,
Flagler Senior Citzens from Daytona Beach. ;
Survivors include a brother,
voted 'to discontinue their
Chalm'ar' Wells, Centralia, ,- ,"'.0.:',
.meetings for the remainder of
Wash. and several nieces
the month of July and August ; '
iP1 jt
and '
nephews.
when :they met last Tues.
Graveside funeral services
day. About twenty.five members -
were held Tuesday morning
.and guests attended the
dinner meetIng. ait 10:00 at Espanola Cemetery. -

Club meetings will resume The Rev. Eairle Wilder, t k
the Bunnell First
pastor of
September 2 at 6 p. m. In the
i Flagler Beach' Municipal Re. United Methodist Church I of-
creation Hall according to ficiated. 0.
S f L: 'Mrs. Mildred //Sargeant,' pres Craig Funeral Home. Bun r .\,
J i ident. nell was in charge. ,;; :

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,::4';) A The 1969 County Tax Roll is now completed -

--, } and is open for inspection in the Tax {Assess-

s I or's; office at the County Courthouse. "i1f'''' I
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f s lAy Respectfully, ,

i i DONALD R. MOORE

Tax Assessor. Flagler CountyPUBLJCAIJCTIOW, I



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