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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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. ..:. VOL. 57 NO. 30 ___t_ ___ THURSTPAHV; JttljT: 17._1969 $3.53: A YEAR : \
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BUNNELL RECEIVES SUMMER SCHOOL WAS F11IjEA CENTERS : JI

TOP PRIORITY BOARD NAMES SCHOOL : <:


\ FOR SEWER* PLAN -. -- FLAGLER BEACH.; ..J'

Sewer In Bun ...,
system nerds KIPP SURVEYS AND CARVER
nell have received top priority .

,.,;., In Florida by the State Health FLAGLER ,. ., KEEP SCHOOLSThree
Board in recommending some
$5.8 million worth of federal CONSOLIDATION school centers were

grants in the state. > 'Gordon Klpp, Regional. established Tuesday eveningat
By attaining the top- prior News Editor of Daytona Beach a special school Board' '

ity Bunnell is apparently News Journal, made a survey,S. v meeting by .a. unanimous de. ;
best assured area in receiving of Flagler County to determ cision. '\
\ .\ federal fund help when Congress ine the interests of the local Bunnell High School will I r
in consolidation with house the entire Junior and ".
makes health grant ap people
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propriations.4J another county. senior high schools (grades
.. The :Health Board, has recommended Kipp said he mailed 40 7 thru 12) on the Bunnell.

_- approval of a questionnaires to "leading High School campus. Grades
:$101750 federal grant to be Flagler. County citizens", some 7 from Flagler Beach and
used toward Bunn ell's plan of whom: 'ar office holdersrsome' grades 7, 8 and 9 from Carver

ned $324,000 sewer system former office holders will be consolidated with .
project, and other registered voters. Bunnell High 'School.
Bunnell( topped 75 Florida To '''the question "Do you Bunnell Elementary No.1. '
Bunnell No.2. J)
think Flagler''sbou1d Elementary
areas seeking federal help on merge
with another'ounty' ?" six- will each have kindergarten
sewer grants,, this year. Only
teen and 'three thru the sixth grades while.
replied
some 15 grant requests were "no" '
given priority ratings and approval said '"yes". The yes answers Flagler! Beach 'Elementary
by the ,State Health were 'for reason of cost of local will have grades one thru six. .

., Board. u government being too Flagler Beach will operate: .
The priorities' were estab high and) ""lack of talent'samong under the same attendancezone

lished on a point basis, con. ;e those seeking, public as ,last year. Students
"0"; sidering public health necessi' sar'st' office. from' Bunnell Elementary No.
..
,'. ty, 'average income of famK The second question was 1 and Bunnell ElementaryNo.
"If Flagler should be 2 will have- the' opportunity '" '
lies in the area, per capita County
: cost, and readiness to start. ordered by''-the 'Legislature to to be assigned to the ,
. ,.... ".. with another school 'of their choice.
:( '" construction. .;, merge 'county, j"
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'. : which would you prefer to becomes The consolidation of Carver' t ;

irMls I : ".*.., GLISSON OFFERS a part of? Volusla?,' St. Junior High' with Bunnell '
'z:,, 4 fi i ti" J'ohnsp. .or Putnam?" Eight High'' School will save five'a.! .
'' *,. teachers or a savings of .
preferred
:' > SCHOOL',HELP St.:Johns, five Volu-
.:" $35,000' In salary, supplies,
'- sia; and. ojxfc Putnhm and .
;.St's-.r t.. Representative, Jim:.Glisson ,t 3 ,t'g Dade. / p etc. .,,'
'.j? '" 'li Republican from Eustls was 'Ki-pp' Concluded his summary Teachers will be assigned \ .
t ""t. .. in Bunnell Tuesday: afternoon by saying "Afetually. to,schools on the'' basis;of en-,

and talked with Mrs. John C. Flagler County. most," rdsembles -. rollment., Under<<: the 'grades 1 '
Rice, 'chairman- of the School: St, Johns: in that Jfcpth: to 6 enrollment .at Flagler
'. Board, :and offered' the services :- are, largely' agi cultura4. Byt, Beach lastyea..r.'UtIs. would be
, : of his. ,offlce and;\ ""the from, :'an .educatfoualipolnt: fouf tea<<:)ters-'fOr;: that school!
. w. ..I, ..Republican.. Committee \-Jin -.1. .* .-*>**?C< ,;,..... ""-\rf 1aglera'2raswbeen-m !>* 1f' .Jt ledg'ed"'tltar ;_ ..__ -<
r; helping the local school /system .",.... I !()6ely.aJ:: ied-wtthJVollI; ; (arjt thenenrollmeft''could '
get'J federal 'funds. stot- :.se mss: te"'tb' :sayV't however, be changed by the time
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"..... ed Flagler's' citizens:'would. 'prefer school opens. ,
bC
Wed.
Glisson called The Board authorized and I
I 'to face,the future:on(their
nesday morning to ,say that own" directed. the superintendent ,to
he 'had already contacted transfer all ;teachers in all '
.
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U. S. Senator Gurney's office elementary schools as might'I
I and they had already alerted DBJC. TRUSTEED be necessary to properly I'

the HEW. office' that th jSchool .r., each elementary school.' Also, .
\. Board was\ submitting BUY .NEWCAMPUS : '. he was directed to obtain the
an alternate plan. -'L + b"b"t SITE ; best possible principal for
Glisson had been Instrumental L1rrj. Bunnell Elementary No 2-
In obtaining a delayIn 1" Daytona B a'ch' Junior: College i Teachers from Carver School

the desegregation schedule 4 ; Trustees authorized the will be transferred to Bunnell

r' at Hastings during. :the sum d r 1 purchase ,of a, second campus: Elementary No. 1 and Flagler
mer. 4 E site' at their regular monthly Beach Elementary. Teachers
'. Glisson told the Tribune meeting Monday 'evening.:The from Bunnell Elementary No
.' that' he planned to spend a I I'S 150-acre site is located.'in' the 1 and Flagler Beach will be
few days vacationing at Flag. Tomoka Tract ;Just northwestof transferred to Bunnell Ele \
ler Beach this summer and & x '' Daytona Beach.Dr ," \ mentary No. 2 to properly affect
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hoped to have the opportune >.-Roy. Bergrengen p resit this ,transfer. '.'.
I ity to renew many acquaint* k dent of DaYtona'Beach Junior The School Board empha

ances here. / College, said they did not ,sized that all ,elementary."'
Flagler County youngsters, from the elementary set through
have immediate 'need schools
any for would have the same
high schoolers are shown enjoying the tumbling and wrestling
\ OKLAHOMA STUDENTS expanding the' present cam facilities, supplies aides, art,
: FLAGLER sessions at Bunnell High School. The classes were 'held duringa pus. However, it Is anticipated music etc., on the basis of en-
VISIT gymnastic wrestling workshop conducted at, the school last that In future years there rollment with no discrimination ....
About forty students from week Instructors for the all-day workshop'were Joe Regna and will be a need for a second ''toward any school.

Oklahoma State College, Still.. Keith Tennant, University of Florida athletic coaches. campus and it was decided to While details were, not '
water, Oklahoma, made a make the purchase while land worked out at this meeting,
.'..,.tour of the lumber and forest The workshop was scheduled as part of the school's sum was available at reaSonable'prlces. it was understood that a
industry in Flagler County mer enrichment program presently _going on. More than 150 fence would be placed around 1

::1- Tuesday.. "- children attended the summer program'which closes lr 25. In other actions the Trustees the Bunnell Elementary
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f, The students have beenon The bottom photo-shows School Principal Cliff McGriff and approved contracts for School No., 2. The buildings
a tour of Florida for a month ETV Technician Arlt Mllllcent making visual tapes.of athletic teh 'printing of the school paper would repainted., A teach.
: studying forest operations in The Bagpiper,, and The ers lounge would be estab- ,
demonstrations. These tapes can be used instructional I
[ this pur +
I> area. Sporran, a supplement magazine lished. .1
; Tuesday morning was spent poses in physical education classes. during the, next school year.. .Also, a contract was ap The ,superintendent and
r n a t our o. W;a d swo, rt h L um- :- -.--..-- '-; : proved for ,the maintenance board members stated as they
'f"t her Company where they ob. 'of the, 347 all-conditioning finally approved: the school
: served a large sawmill in op MOODY VIEWS DEADLINE FOR units. at the college. center program .that they'had

eration. The 'students were MOON SHOT A program was approved reluctantly: approved this pro.
*?1. comparing It. with a' 'small, BUYING AUTO for an- Associate of Science degree gram; but they hoped ,that it
r, \cypress mill they had visited FROM AIRGeorge TAGS IS JULY 19 '' in Concrete Technologyas would give them an oppor-
in Barberville, the' day before. well as an affiliation tunity to approach HEW for
During the afternoon they M."Moody said ''that If you have not purchased agreement with West Volusla an extension of time for- the
were taken on a tour of a he had:a wonderful' view of your 1969.70 automobile tag, Memorial Hospital for Nurse funds cut;off and keep the
'.. woods operation where they the- mopnshot. 'Wednesday you have three days to do so. ... :Alde'a' nlng. federal courts from taking '
from .htsvpl'ane... which"was: Deadline for buying the new
saw the, timber harvesting. : Trustee Charles Creal. was over the county school sys'
.'\} process In operation;" "",* about one mile In" the &lrr' auto tag Is Sunday, July 20, appointed as representativeof tem.
I A and' five miles 'off the launch., / but the tag office> will not be the Trustees to meet with

,* :TiDE pad, site. ;, open Sunday' 1 r; bankers of the school area to Beach, Beverly Beach and
', TABLE Mr. and Mrs. Al Jones were Tax Collector Dale B.. Brown, work.out a system for assignments .. Marineland and dropped in ,
Tides For July 17.23 In Tltusvll1'e'with :their' son said his office \:will remain of school depositories. Bunnell ,as compared to collections
4.. HIGH LOW ,';. ,and daughter-in-law to 'seethe 'open, ,all day Saturday,. July In May 1968.
.- launching. 19 from 8 a. m. -' 4:30: p.' m. Beach received
Flagler
;Day A.M; P.M. '''A.M P.M l..;:;,:>Other Flagler":"Countians tn' for the sale of tags. FLAGLER BEACH $1464 in 1969 as' compared to
.
: 10:18 3:48: 3:50.: ... '
:1,7 10:06: Brevard for a close' view, of .CIGARETTE'COLLECTlONS
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18' 10:42 10:54. 4:24: :::4:20': ; ; the' '. $907 in May 1968. Beverley
moon' launch '
were Mr and UP .
Beach was from $278 to
19. 11:24 .11:30 5:00: 5:12 Mrs. module that will land up ,'
: Eldon Knight and daugh The '
t The State Beverage $390.. Marineland was from
Department up
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20' 12:06: 11:59 5:36: .6:00: ters., Kim, Jonle and Leta, the astronauts'on the.moon'ssurface
has that iclga- $76 to $91. Bunnell dropped
6:18' 6:54 ., reported .4
21.12:12. 12:48 : and-j'Qhri"Cook: contains 1,100,000
22i. 7:06 7:54 .'"* and John Tay rette collections fqr-the month ". from $3177 In May 1968 to '
J 1:00: 1:42: lor. parts and 25 miles of wiring.
'1 of May were in In 1969.
23 1:54: 2:42: 8:06 9:00a..YC :. up Flagler $3029
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TH.UBS.. JULY, 17 1969
au 3FIuglrr OTrUmttr 2-THE FLAGLEH TRIBUNE
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Ent r .cr.a second class mutter
I! N C OnPOnATKD February, 6. 1913. at the post
DUNNELL. KI.OIUDA office at Bunnell. Florida. under
Act of March 3. 1876. E Western 5ELECT, 9.tla.Ow.INO .

JOHN A. CI KQO .. ,' MMR". -. .,. a 1 .. i
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Editor ap .. :
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News, Editor SIX'Mo.th.- ,
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.fI 'Lea.l A.Ivrrl/MINR' !......_Pea Year '
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SCHOOL: TO BE OR NOT TO BE

We have purposely refrained from writing anything about
'the local school situation for the past several months: in order
that we not add any further confusion. to an already .perplexing U. S.
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situation. lichoicSTEAKS" Ib.U. : 98
first, let us hasten to say that we do not have a magic
., solution to this very difficult situation. Many people have asked .
us during the past week, "What can the School Board do?"

Our answer Is,. "We Just do not know".. "
We did recommend in an editorial last September 2th that S. D. A.; CHOICECHUCK

the School Board build 'a new building at the Bunnell High
School ,campus to consolidate Carver School. This would have STEAKS Ib.Choice ,68
met Integration requirements, kept our federal funds, and created .
a more economically operated school program without cutbacks

in any programs. .'

However, we fully realize that this would have 'required JuicyALL '
a bond issue and, like other recent school bond Issues over FlorIda '
it would have failed. The people were' not ready to vote
for'a program that voluntarily achieved further integration. MEAT STEW Ib. 78Lyke'w"Sugar

We could say that the School Board waited too late to start
trying to solve the problem which they knew was inevitable.But .
,' really, the School Board serves as representatives of the -
people' and the ,only people they heard: from were those who Creek" SLAB Lyke' "Sugar. Creek" ALL MEAT

were opposed to any further action to comply. with integration. SMOKED BACON FRANKS
directives from the federal 'government. I. I
Some people are blaming our-present predicament upon vII;. SSe (Each 45C::) 3 12 'oz: $-:(29SJ.ICED'
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those who'circulated petitions t6 halt the moving of the Carver FREE Pkgs. .
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buildings.: Others blame it upon the weak-willed renege of our .
legislative delegation who pulled the'rug out from under the .;'
Lean Western
School Board., However, placing any blame anywher. at this F
'. time does not.alter the situation any.. .

While the closing of Carver School is not the desire of either
the Negro or white citizens of Flagler it is.still law. Unfortunately PORK STEAKS Ib. 59CFRESH

we cannot choose Ute Jaws we desire to conform to; nor, i
can 'we avoid the consequences of refusing to comply. with, the .
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law. '. .
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We are sure that no member of the School, ,Board had any .
desire,to dose Carver School and consolidate' it with Bunnell.
They fully realized the problem thalt would result from both I GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $1691 1 ,

races. Neither' were they willing, unless under court order, to integrate LEAN. f
'the: Carver School either by zoning or grading. .

The Nixon Administration, ,In a very adroit and Underhanded Libby's No. 303 Can
way double-crossed the School Board. by making their I.
Cream Style': E? For $x(00or MARTHA WHITE Plain S. R.
purely political 'announcement i that the school Integration CORN ( or )
guidelines beiqg} 'eased, and extended;: This',cl..used.'kur' whole kernel iiO'Sage !
were ; :
local citizens and, periiapsthe. SchoolBoard,to believe we,had ..'r"l." ',:", : J vo.; 21k. C;';T' : I))) VFOUR: ,' > :1

more time, maybe another year, in which'to'solveour.problen1S. For .
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Then, in a sheer political move to appease the radical lib-' PEACHES3. 8geDel 5 3ge
erals they picked three' small southern schools to axe federal Bag > ;;
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funds., It Is quite' evident ,that we were politically exploited by Monte kv 6V2 <>/ Can. .
the Nixon administration ,because of the national publicity given CHUNK For Limit with <$5.00 or more food order ;
TUNA '
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the announcement.One r
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School Board member first heard the announcement I
Blue/'Plate Quart Jar
from an out.of-state news cast. The superintendent learned of
the federal funds cut-off from big city pewspapers calling, him. MAYONNAISE Ea. '49e KRAFT "

We were 'shown a. New York paper that ran, the story as front

page headlines. Our Value 2 lb. Jar ORANGEQuart JUICE
But, to acknowledge that we were double-crossed while ,the Ea.
president played politics with liberals and conservatives, does ANDY PRESERVES{ 3ge I
not help us' 'to face our local problems any easier. #
35
Immediately, we will lose the $53,000 federal monies in Bottle
addition'' to the estimated $60,000 ,state funds to be lost under

i attendance and allocation regulations. This, together with In- BAKERiTElb.\ I
creased costs, of supplies and salaries, means about a 15% reduction -
'\ in the total budget.
FROZEN FOODS f
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The School Board can raise part of the''funds by raising the 3 *
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local mlllage to the maximum ten mills. The balance' must Tin
Frosty Acres
come from cutbacks of the.school program. Some people suggest 6 oz. Can

eliminating athletics, others say art music, television etc. Limit .with $5.0O or more food order LEMONADE Each IOC

Any substantial cuts ;will not only reduce the quality of .
the educational program; but. will cause us to lose both state Morton's CHICKEN-BEEF=; TURKEY
and Southern Association accreditation. Our children will be

other receiving counties the .no same matter educational what we opportunities cut as children in FRESH PRODUCE POT PIES 2 &;;: 390FAB

..'- The irony of the':whole thing Is that the Negro and underprivileged Sweet JuicyPEACHES .
children are the ,ones who suffer the most because lb.
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the federal funds were*used largely to .enrich the program for
these children. .
HEADLETTUCE .
'\. ;But, the greatest calamity of the whole situation is that,
after facing this, )loss of'funds and ''cutback in our educational '2 For 49c Regular

program, we still have ,to face, the day when we will be placed Size 29-
.under court'order', to comply with segregation orders. Sweet Western 'i :<
We ,have no hope 'of escaping a take-over of our schoolsby '
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federal courts.Flagler was turned over to 'the- Justice- Department ''LOPES ,. ,. 3 For $::1:00: Limit 1 with,$5.OO or more food order
by EW"over'six months go.

We do not know how they will' achieve Integration. ; but, we !
do' know that we will have, lost all say-so. Since 'there Is not,
room at Bunnell campus to consolidate'' Carver students, 'the ,

court, no doubt would direct us to ,Integrate,Carver by ,either
certain:. .grades ,or zoning..They will assign both white and Negro
teachers as might fit their plans.

We do not know the 'alternate solution to our problems.The FOOD RODGERS: STORE
School Board must pool work it out in a cooperative manner:,They must forget person "Mill
alities ,and]politics.!They! probably will have to compromisetheir
positions.!, We probably. will not begin complete agreement mil
with whatever their solutions might bev But, for the sake of
.our.children's,.education... ..;-we must be.prepared; support, their OPEN SUNDAYS '''Phone 437-3227 ",' .
!.program... BtOO a.m.-1OO p.m ( U.S.: ''No. 1 ,BUNNELL '.,.;
John'A. Clegg Quantity Right*'Reserved Prices :';
Good July 17, 18, 19, 20and:21,11969', ': .
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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS... JULY 17 1969 Waugh and Mickey Dran, 3

t __ who call themselves "The '
business, places, as well as Leaves of Grass"gave a dance [ l' CHURCH" : & I
have passes to the Pier and which my husband, Mrs. '
TO' THE' support It as well. The::cost.of .,Oran; mothep-of Mickey, and
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LETTERS a license tag for the larger "'myself, //chape.rpn ed. <- NEWS'tLuuuI'

..EDITOR".,' Mobile Home>*'lssin ..the' .$30- It :'Was the.'(first dance !by I I

lOn t$60 range per. year. Also wevare the group and wie r6oys had'a .- I
r.behalf+ of hijlson.y to"4f ": ', Immune.,to .:the .Homestead successful, ;, .-nig-ht! and we

McMahon' and the'other 'ieaf* xem"she 4la1 as we" don't: shpuld be proud: ;, of them..' SPECIAL MEETINGAT FLAGLER'COUNTY
Florida athletes chosen to own property 'on. $ itch'J There' ,were: ' represent the United StatesIn the moblle/;home stands. In JOO people/ preseAfl F. B. METHODIST
the World addition allJthls the'Ownerof TheVbby3Xs4lVSthal i there'xylll
Games for the : : '
SUNDAY A. M. r' -
,deaf In Yugoslavia this the land o4.'whiQh the, mo ,6 Aug '' $ Sj",, ,a.'i'oj' : CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe
ust I wish to express my bile home Is situated is ilia I hope that T.,#:!ill be askedto There wilt Be 'special con. Rev. Father Anthony
'deep appreciation to all the ble for} City and Countytaxesas help them again. My husband gregational meeting at 11:00: Leon. Pastor .
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people of Bunnell and Flag. well as local business ,)licenses and myself will be more Sunday morning July, 20 at:

ler. especially Mrs. Nazhla and etc. than glad to. ,,-I:: the Flagler Beach United St. Marys Church Korona ,

Trade who were so generous costs Anyone can compare* these obile .*. ',Goad luck to our local, Methodist Church, according'' Sunday Mass---....... 7:30 a. m.
,lnf responding to the. appeal attached to each nbahd/'It's, future :looks very? to Rev. Dallas Browning, pas. Weekday Masses: Monday.
for/help for ,the Deaf Olym- home with the cost' o&fk mod h **!r bright. ., tor Topic of. discussion will Wednesday' and Friday 8:30a.
< est average resddencelln
plcs"'Your' *contributions gave other parts of. the cityw w ,*1 Mrs... J.. M. Arnold Jr. In be the Installing'church air-conditioning'sanctuary.All m.Blessed. .

true meaning to the term One other very importantitem members of the congre Sacrament Chapel
on which there has been
"good neighbors". gation .axe Invited to attend Flagler Beach
Robert can't hear words of much controversary and rightly 'About" the special meeting immed Sunday Mass ..._.._...9:00 a. m.
so pertains to the Health
encouragement, but your and Welfare of all residentsof Our .Servicemen lately following the 10:00a. : Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
hearts have spoken In a way m, worship service.. Thursday'and Saturday at
: the city..
even the deaf understand. The subject 1s that '
9:00: a. m.
Please accept our sincere we know our sanitary:'conditions Army Private' First Class Catechism'Classes.. 3:00: p. m.
"Thank You!". are much better than Robert K. McCartney, 20, SUNDAY SERVICE Tuesday. .
A ,truly grateful mother many of the residences in whose parents Mr. and Mrs. eo

Joy McMahon town. and we invite. Inspection Joe R. McCartney, and wife CHRISTIAN SCIENCE St. Stephens Bunnell
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;' I ., ; 'Bonnie, live in Flagler Beach CHURCHES SUNDAYThe Sunday Mass:..'._._1O:3O a. m.
SUBJECT: An open letter TThank.: you. J was assigned June 10 to the Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
from Mobile Home Owners to Residents of Flagler 20th Engineer Brigade Viet Golden Text of this Tuesday. '

the Officers of the City of Beach 'Trailer Park ranias: a constr\,1ctlon engin week's Christian Science Lesson Confessions before all masses.

4 Flagler,Beach. '39 signatures. which repre eer.,. Sermon is from Psalms: Weekday Devotion: Novenato

Dear Sir:, sents 100 per cent of permanent ( o ) "I shall not die but live and Our Lady Wednesday and '

We the residents of :Flag.. residents presently. at 'Specialist Fourth Class declare" the works, of the Saturday after Mass. ..
ler Beach Trailer' Park would the Park. Randall S. ;Morris arrived Lord.

like to retaliate to articles.,,editorials ,home Wednesday", July 9 from The subject of the sermonis Community Memorial
and speeches which c A, few months ago you had Berlin, ,Germany to spend 30 "Life" and will be read in Church

have been, published' and air. an 'edItorial in which you discussed days' leave visiting his par. all Christian Science churches t is TJ Daytona A.... Flagler Beach
ed talent in our county. ents Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. this Sunday. The public ,Reverend R. W. Dlckert Pastor

I We object to local residents There is some, believe me. Morris 500 ,Chapel St.,. Bun. welcome. Sunday School ._____.._..9:45: .
a and .Taxpayers Implying ,that Last Friday night July ll, "Jesus could give his temporal Worship, Service ___.__..11:00
F t'' Mobile\ Home Owners are living at the City Mall in*Finagler nell.SP4 Morris Has been sta. life into his enemies'bands Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof

like Parasites as pertaining .' Beach, a group of' local boys tioned with ,the U. S. Army ; but when his earth. each month at, 2, p. m.

to Taxes.and etc.. .. consisting .of Stan Barnes, special ,troops at Berlin the' mission was accomplished
'
indestructible -
.l We support all the local Mark Yelvlngton, Eddie past six month his spiritual life First Baptist Church '
and eternal was found
"'rG 'r c Rev. Charles Anders. Pastor .'
"
This
forever the same. correlative -
.
passage.from Science Moody BoulevardBunnell 1

and Health with Key to the Sunday School.9:45 a. m. ;
,
Scriptures by Mary Baker Worship Service..4-l:00 a: m.

Eddy is also part'. of the ser Evening VVorshlp..7:3O 'p. m.
mon. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.
Wednesday

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PENTECOSTAL. %'.' First United Methodist

CHURCH DINNER t',': Lambert Avenue.Bunnell
1
j Rev. Earle A. Wilder Pastor
FRIDAY., JULY. 18 ";;* I'V' Sunday School_:_...9:45 a. m.
,
:1'1 1"tJrhel \' Worship Service..._11:00 a. m.
Bunnell' Pentecostal a Rehearsal''
Y6uth Choir 6:45. <
Holiness Church is sponsoring '"" "'{p.;:'ri? Wednesday

a chicken dinner Friday' vat Childrens Choir Rehearsal:

the Bunnell' Civic .Center from, 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3
11:30 a. m. until 1:30: p. m 3 p. ra. J

Proceeds will .go- :toward' MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
church projects. .
6:30 p. m.
: Dinners will be served at at
WSCS: 1st Wednesday
the Civic Center or deliveredon 9 a. m.

request. Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday

at 8p.m. ,
I SENATORS WANT' Methodist Men: 3rd Wednesday -
IL at 7:15 p. m.
L 'CAPE RENAMED

CANAVERALSenator Flagler Beach United

Methodist ChurchDR.

Spessard Holland DALLAS BROWNING
and Senator Edward Gurney PASTOR .
today introduced legislationfor Daytona A'Y8.Flagler Beach '

the purpose of restoringthe Church School._.__..9OO a. m.
name "Cape Canaveral"to Morning Worshlp.-.10OO a. m.
.' the historic Florida Atlantic
Coast landmark which was
t' ',
:. ;. The first photo of the moon taken from inside Volkswagen designated "Cape Kennedy"In HOLINESS PENTECOSTAL CHURCH ',.. .
November 1963, 'at the request -
240,000 miles Bunnell Off Franz St.
away. of President Lyndon
Reverend T. D. Peacock. Pastor
Johnson in honor of the late
Sunday School._....40OO a.: m.
President John F. Kennedy.
Kennedy. Worship Service.._11OO: a. m
\ Attention: Cape The Holland-Gurney resolution

I, : -: '. "" If those last shots of the moon seemed like a lot'' which 'has the support of Prayer Worship Meet..Wed.Serv_...Sun.7:30 7:30 p.p. m.m.
"' .
the Florida State Legislature
f '- : oF-troubleconsidertaking some from Volkswagen v n4l.i provides that the extensive 1
: National Aeronautics and St. Thomas: Episcopal Ii
t : '
I : Sunroof Sedan. ( ,,; :
; : r The Rev. Thomas Mably'
and De.
Space Administration
i We believe there are, certain advantages. L rftY ',' partment of Defense facilities Priest In Charge

I : For,instance you'H'only have to a crew of A .:r1 ''i located 'at the Cape-the site 3' miles east of ,Bunnell on
..4','I'' i i'' -f..I'. :; ;pay : of all United States manned Highway 100

't" .' ._ 'w' ., ": one to' man our craft. ," space exploration launchlngs, Morning Worshlp..JOOO a. m.
will continue to, be known as Church School....__10OO: m.
the car.And cranks the '?' a.
) .,....... ,. .r.". He just stops open cover; -.:. /r the John F. Kennedy Space Holy Communion first Sundayof

". ) : (His view can be anywhere: up to a whopping '* .. Center. each month

'; ,' :.390squareinches.) .,..j
1' i
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First ChurchN.
Baptist
r; ( ...' ;(,:;' When he's through, he, just reaches up and p ,, ; HASTINGS ,MATTRESS Central A..... Flagler Beach ,'.

/ a J""'rt :-. '. cranks the cover closed. ". .4-w r- o!( & UPHOLSTRY' WORKS Rev. Max Hall, Pastor ,.
710-12. Lemon St.
'L: k')' (The whole car becomes as airtight and waterproof 1 i. : Florida Sunday School..9:45 a.; m.' J
; Ptlatka
t'I : ;, Worship. Service._.11:00: a. m.; ,
: .,
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Phone EA 5.9166 'IJ "
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:. : t ,,,,J,:,, Furniture Upboltering
,' ., ., l h Think it*,,over, Cape Kennedy. ) :: -), Jo' Repaired & Refinished ATTEND, THE ;': M

YoUr pictures of the moon cost ..: .. 4 Mattresses & Box Springs
r : CHURCH OF YOUR
.: ,,
: over$2 billion' 't to Jake. <1 I ;' ': ''. Marie to Order. Also RenovatedCall
'
;' "' ,, Laura Morris :437-3233 CHOICE ON SUNDAY
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; Ours only cost $1889.*' ,"
r to." ., ; +.. After 6:00: P. M.
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;\\J. ,.I": :. .' Iji: .' PRICES REASONABLE

;y'i; .. 'f.1t.,.: ,. :' ,' ':" A*'a. 'PalatkaBoyer' I'' '. BUDGET. PLAN IF NEEDED .

,. cv ;,. ((* \ Just as 'near as your RENEW 'fINJR ,
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: .; ;" .. : .' '.ft ,' Y Phone .or Post Office DRI'IER'S UClJISE
< : ,
: rv 's- t'*'v ( Volkswagen *"TH .,[[O .. ; ..>:: .;, fetfc Drop Us a Card or CaD / YOU
OCALEW | :. ."/ Free Pick-up & Delivery ''
j.' << BIRTH MONTH
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THURS. JULY 17.. 1969

STEFLIKS HOST ScaA'rZ..WILKINS9 4-THE FLAGLER. _TRIBUNE _____

MOON LANDING .ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED CHILD ART PROJECTS D15PLAYEDr,
rfh ;; 1

,. .PARTY, SAT. MITE : .6. I If

the MELISSA' "h, ., : I
Space helmets were or- The engagement and forth- DAWN GIDDENS, ,
der "ot the ''day for a'. Moon coming marriage of Miss ) P E
for Idlewood Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Gld- r,
.' ,Landing party Nancy 'Ann Wilkinson and dens 1620 Selma St., Holly
Club members and, guests Edward Earl Schatz has been
Saturday night given; by Louisand announced by her parents Hill announce the arrival of '
Stef Ilk vat their home. a daughter Melissa Dawn;
Joy
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Newton < 3 s7 F
11
Glddens born Friday July d
;
East Hwy. 100. Bunnell.
;Daytona Beach.
at Halifax Hospital. She '
Highlight of the gala affair weighed six> pounds and seven ib'

was judging the unique space ounces.*... ".. r
helmets worn by the guests.A I I I ;4 (

first prize Moon 'LandingKit L.. PAUL LYNN PELLICER. }
was awarded to Jack 'f
Clegg for his novel headgear Mr. and Mrs. Howard PelH- \ a
.
designed by his wife Marg. cer, Gainesville are parents'of S 2
I ( 'a seven pound seven ounce
aret.Moon' son born Thursday July 10 at /.
'fare was arranged on
.- 5 a. m. at a. Gainesville hose '
a serving table centered with .. f<' '
a landing space station pital. ; "
moon _
He has been named Paul ."
; A .
space capsule and cannon. _
Lynn Pellicer.
wide variety of space foods .: _
.
He is the grandson of Mr.
f which Included several 'bite .. .
;: .
and Mrs. Melton Pellicer, 501
.# iJ
size foods for moon eating ; : -
:
East Bunnell. Mr.
;t '; Lambert
Trariquillty
and Sea of
snacking. "
..t salad eatep directly '" :'':'li1-v.-v; :: "f.".",,-. and Mrs. C. R. Rouse St.
---
Johns Park the maternal'
tare >
It from the package and ham Miss Wilkinson native of grandparents..
entree were -served. Pensacola Fla. moved to

Swimming in the "Pool ofTranquility" Flagler Beach in 1967. She
was ,enjoyed by was graduated from Crest. :ITS A GIRL,
}
( the ,guests. Eighteen attend. view High School in 1965 and Mr. and Mrs., Clifford Me-
ed. is a graduate of the cosmetology Griff <' > -
Bunnell) parents.otdaughter
.".r division of Daytona born Tuesday are July Miss Gwen ,Brooks; daughter,of Mr. and Mrs. Webb Brooks
..... ...' Beach Junior College. She 'is Blue Mountain College, Miss PeggyQ
15 at 8:40: p. m., at Halifax Bunnell,'and a classmate at
HOME FOR VISIT presently employed at'. the Hospital' Daytona Beach*. Moore are shown with art projects they are working on dur
'
I t.' Andy Fryman' ,''Gainesville 'Beauty Hut in Bunnell. ing the current summer session* at the college. The Child Art

son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fry- Her-fiance is the son of Mr. YANAGIDA,-BABY GIRL students are making the articles for their future elementary

man Is visiting in Bunnell andMrs.. Robert D. Schatz students to enjoy learning ,to, make.
'
: this week with his parents. formerly of Flagler Beach Mr! and MrW Hlrohiko Yan- "

I now:,.residing at Holly Hill S. agida Palmetto Avenue, Flag- OUR FILES
,.. ., '; born In Birmingham ler of FROM _._.....m.. ._..._
C. He was Beach are parents: adaughter
ATTEND REUNIONS moved to. born ':
Ala. and Flag 'Tuesday,1July"
-ri.Mr.: and Mrs. Leonard.John ler Beach, in 1952. He is a 1.5''at 11:50 a.m.: at Bunnell

:: son* and children. Dale and 1966-graduate' of Bunnell High General Hospital. She weighed ..yM
( Debbie returned home Satur- School and attended DBJC. six pounds' and twelve M 2
day after two weeks vacation He is now serving with the ounces at birth. '

, at Renovo Pa. where they vis- United States Coast Guard at '
ited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alexandria Va. where he is Ted Lane Birmingham,
Ala. last weekend at
Gerald Johnson and relatives. assigned to. the Presidential spent ,
Espanola visiting Mr: "and
While there they attendedthe Honor Guard.
Mrs.Sherman Glover.
Renovo High School Class

. of 1947 reunion and. also. two '
{' family reunions. SISTERS VISIT Mr. and >Irs. C. W. Hazel-,

lief Ft Pierce; are visiting In .
BettyJ'and Mary Stef Ilk flew BunneU with their son and r '

Bill and Mary ,Lenssen andchildren to Silver Spring, Md. last daughter In law. Mr. and Mrs.
have ,been visiting at week 'to visit their sisters Cecil -Hazelllef and children.Mr. .

It Trumbull Conn. with Mary's Grace and Mechele Steflik. and 4lrs.. Sam Broada- :
parents Mr and Mrs. Andrew. Grace and Mechele accompanied way and Estelle' Broadaway! .

, Patal'ak.' them home and..will spent last weekend at Warn.

; Bill returned' .home last remain for a months visit at er' Robbins.,pa.,'wljere they, _
" -Thursday, and :I4lary.and'.the \Flagler': Beach" !,.with} .theI;"parents visited with,..Mr. and Mrs.

children Emily ,and William : Mr. and: Mrs; Mlke Stef'lik. : George Broadaway. ;and. .EJ. ,li.
.. Broadway _. ..l y k .M C
remained for another. weeks -. (., .. .A1 ; .
visit. .( .. The above photographs were used In a feature "Citizens of

, DOUBLE CELEBRATIONFOR ATLANTA HOUSEGUESTS Tomorrow"" published in the Flagler, Tribune: In 1949. We wondered

COUPLE.. ,Jiow'' many of'our, readers could, Identify these, youngstersof
VACATIONING IN N. C. _
Mr. and Mrs'!:. T., H. 'Freem'anand
The
yesteryear. answers are at (the bottom ,of the page.
Tax Assessor and Mrs. Don Lt Chappell and his wife. children have. returned to. ,
Moore and children Bill and Captain Pat Chappell and Jeff their home ,at Atlanta,. Ga.

.Anita are expected to return and Mary Jo Seale.celebrated after. visiting .at Espanola
home this weekend from 'the Chappeil's wedding anniversary last week with Mr. and Mrs.N. ELVIS PRESLEY and MARVINTEAMED
Waynesvllle, N. C. where they and departure for H. Lane and family. LEE'

have been vacationing 'England at a dinner party Donnie Nobles' returned FOR THE FIRST TIME, ON
Friday night at the Hawaiian home with the Freerpansand

HOUSEGUESTSRecent Inn Daytona Beach. will remain for,two..weeks' A GIGANTIC TRIPLE 'FEATURE- BILL

The Chappells leave Satur- visit..
houseguests at the "
day for a three year assign-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale ment with the United States Mrs. Bill Tuten and son Elvis Presley and Nancy SinatraSPEEDWAY

Brown Jr. were Dr. and. Mrs. Air Force in England. Lt. John, Palatka, visited ''In Bun- ,
K.A. Bryant Maryville. Tenn; Chappell is a member of the! nell Thursday with Mr: and -IN--

I! Mrs. Joel Phillips Winter AF Security Police and Capt. Mrs..Cliff McCrif.
Park Florida and Mr. and
Chappell is an USAF nurse.
, Mrs. John Klinsky East Liverpool Mrs George Moody returned I .

j:, Ohio. home Wednesday after
\ TENNESSEE GUESTSMr. spending a week at Fairfax,
1 Mrs. Paul Stanlsh Bunnell Va. visiting former Flagler "" -
and Mrs. Phil Paschall Beach tfalm-Goldwyn-Uaytr present b'
and granddaughters Davida residents, Mr ,and Mrs. '
and sons left Wednesday to A+r' e A.Judd Benurd-kwm.WInkler Production
.
Leonard
and Denise Burnsed Gainesville 'Moody and daughter
'return to Nashville Tenn. '
Lee. LEEMABUUi"POINT
spent last week In Or-' ,
lando visiting with Sgt., and after ten days visit in
I Bunnell with' Mr., and Mrs. BLANK
Mrs. Don Cullen. -......
Jeff Seale and Gina.
daughter t1
'.. do-it-yourself ? ANGIE DICKINSONIn

FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT RETURN HOME ...., ....Panavislonand..-..',....-Mttrocolwin
THRIFTCOIN
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Horton Amy and Jody White left

', < formerly: of Flagler Beach Sunday to return .to their

now living In New York, were home at Holly Hll, S. C. after CAR WASH avis
, weekend houseguests of Mr. two. weeks visit in Bunnell r

.and Mrs. W. W,. Deem, Bun- with, their grandparents Mr.
,
nell. and Mrs. Joe Brock. 25
H 5ft f**
,.- H

'.' 'Morrows Unlimited ,VACATION ;AT ,S. FLORIDA, Famous "pressure .- spray OAIMBJCKII.GARONERUVENProducfon
Dr. and Mrs. Russell Blan- gives your car a "long-last
', LEVY. .
MON.THRU .A
WED. r
ing lustre" r
ton ''have, returned to their leaves it like es
'home at new again. New cars washed 1EClIlACOIOR'iECHIpSCUpf..UNTf01pT1.ST3( '
y "Dracula" Pripce Flagler Beach after .
:' spending ;a week vacationing vegularly with Tnrift-T ,scien.
'
T. '
of Darkness"and In South Florida. tific formula do not need to TN EATRrE Aw

'The Blantons have as be waxed polished. ./. .ever., *
houseguests .this week his Come on out and fry it. "

"Frankensteintreatedd ': mother, Mrs. S. E. Blanton i.., Thursday thru Sunday _
and his 'brother Jim Blanton THRIFCARW T )
,
both of Huntsvlle Ala. ;

BUNNELL
ANSWERS TO PHOTO QUIZ !: CINEMA
z Woman"BUNNELL '
ASH
: ., Answers Top row, 1 to r,

' 1 < .... L Joyce gie. ,Lee Dunson Blakely Anderson,Hlllman; Mar-; BUNNELL US 1 Coming July 24 thru 27 .
FLORIDAP.
Margaret Ann Murdock.,
CINEMA ] S. Don't forget to do your
Bottom row 1 to r, Dixie liTHE '
'. ..'. Met 3ee: ; Betty Beach; and J JIne laundry at Amy's laundry. SOUND ''OF MUSIC. i
(' ElaJ Deen Vaughn. .

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. RESIDENT against said estate: attorney, or the same shall be
JULY 17.. 1969 FORMER
You and each of you. are here. void. ,
by notified and required to present .' ALLEN K. GESCHKE'; Jr.
EISENHOWER MRS. WESTBROOK P. HIGGINBOTHAM any claims and demands GRACE M. ABEL '
H. GKSCHKBAm
which you. or either of you may WILLIAM
ORLANDOPorter t the estate of Executors and Executrix .
CASKETM. PASSED AWAYIN DIES IN LY'italc. WALTERS also of said estate. .
EVELYN VIRGINIA First publication on 3 July 1969.
known as
f IT. PALATKA P. Higg. nbotham, 76, Leland B. Shaw
of
WALTERS,
Dixon, oft.the, Florida' ., Lake Worth Fla., former Flag- Flagler unrceFrdaa( to the Attorney for Executors and. .. 4

Dept.. of Veterans Affairs has Word has been received of resident died County hidmc Flagler County Executrix <,
ler 'County :: the Box 299
received' ,many Inquiries'about' the death of Mrs. Mary J. July. 10 at an Orlando at In' Bunnell In Flagler CountyCourthouse Dunnelur ? cJ' ...
'i$80' casket. [ Westbrook 64 Thursday, 3. 10., 17) & 24, 4tc.
the which! was San Mateo, after a lengthy County. Florida. within. six
used..for' the late 'President: who passed hospital months from the date of first .
unexpectedly .
'
away Illness. publication of this notice. ,., LEGAL : )! n'EMENT;
Dwight D. Eisenhower. Dixon, Wednesday, July 9 at a born In Lake City, Each claim or demand', mUst

said, that only active duty Palatka hospital.Mrs. He was to Lake be In writing and must state :IN COUNTY JUIJGE'J COUnT
Fla. and moved the place of residence and post- KL.AGl.Ell: COUNTY KLOItl-
personnel are entitled to the Westbrook resided In from Bun. office address of the claimantand nA .
caskdt and retired generalsare Bunnell a number of years Worth 32 years jago must be sworn to by theclaimant IN < UATE NO. OIT'
nell. He was a member of the his agent, or his attorney Estate: of
considered on active duty before moving to San Mateo Pentecostal Holiness Church. or It will be barred according LUTA OIULIETTI, .'

throughout their life span. four years ago. to law. Deceased
Survivors Include a daughter Each creditor shall deliver CREDITORS
NOTICE: TO
Hence, basic eligibility for this She is survived by her husband Mrs. Marie Parks, Orlando sufficient "copies of his claim, to TO: ALL PERSONS HAVING
serviceman's benefit. James F. Westbrook, enable the County Judge to mallone I CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
; four sons, 'ClIfford Hig- .?i..to each, personal representa AGAINST SAID ESTATE: .
San Mateo; three daughters, and"-Harold Hig- tl YOU and each of you are
----- ginbotham Dated
-
Mrs. Dorothy Wilkinson San this 27th day of June. hereby notified. and required to ;
-: of Bunnell '. '
glnbothani, both ; 1969.
file any claims and demands
Mateo; Mrs. Margaret Grace, J. S. Higginbotham and Gil- /e' Abigail Evelyn ,WolfeAs which you. or either of you. may

CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING Fort Pierce; and Mrs. Betty both of executrix' of the Last have against said estate In the
bert Higginbotham, Will and Testament of
office of Honorable- T. K. Mc
Greer, Fort Pierce; and ten Lake Worth; a sister, Mrs.A. .- :EVELYN V. WALTERS Knight. Count.Judge of Flag- -lJ
grandchildren. a/k/A EVELYN VIRGIN ler County, at his office' in
B. Barnes, South Bay, Fla.; .WALTERS. Deceased., Court'House In Bunnell.., t'h3*
Funeral services Friday -
were BERRIEN
BECKS
.
two brothers, Samuel Higgin within six calendar n .
afternoon at 5:00 in Masters 119 North Ridgewood Avenue;. from-the: time of the first publication
botham, Islahd Grove, Fla., Daytona Beach Florida
1 (fI; of this notice* Kach-claim
Funeral Home Memorial
and Wade Higginbotham Miami ATTORNEY. FOR EXECUTRIX or demand must be In writing
Chapel, Palatka. Intermentwas thirteen grandchildrenand July 10. 17., 24, 31, 4tc. and contain the place of residence
; and post office address of
afternoon at -
Saturday. four great grandchildren. the claimant-- and must be sworn
TROPIC GA'RDENS--- Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, funeral services LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE to by the claimant. his agent Or
Graveside attorney, or the same shall ..
e
Let us help beautify Flagler Fort Pierce. *
were at 3 p.m. Sunday atEspanola : .OF APPLICATION FOR void.
County. Large variety of'evergreens Cemetery. The Rev. TAX DEED 's/' Neva; G. Capo' ;. f 1 1As ..
': Notice Is hereby given that Executrix of said
palms", hedge plants. DBJC, :SUMMER .. Lamar Lingold, 'pastor Bun- Johnny J, the holder of Esiitte :' .

5V& miles S of Bunnell on ENROLLMENT UP nell Pentecostal: Holiness the wPnele certificate,, has First a SHAW,JUlY 1969.LELAND E '
certificate for a tax B.
filed said
'U. S. 1. Feb.: 15-tfc. Enrollment for Term B Church officiated. deed to be issued thereon. The Attorney for Executrix ..!'#>

----.- certificate number and year of P. O. Box 296. .
SEPTIC TANK,cleaning; drain !summer! session at Daytona Pallbearers ,were Buddy Issuance the description of the Bunnell. Florida 32010 *

Beach Junior'. College totals Knox, Roscoe ,Lynn, Miller property, ,and the name In whichit ..-July _3. 1O-. 17 and ..244tc
Installed Rota-Roter
snail fields shell. Reasonable: prices. 804 students' In the school of Teters, plat Cody, J. W. Med- Certificate was assessed No.8 are; as Year follows of Issuance1966 :- LEGAL ALWEIITISK'MENT .

437.3410 arts and sciences. ders and Milton, Pelllcer. : Description of prop
Call George Jarosz an' of 6.63 erty: Lot 19. :Block 7. JohnsonBeach
This is increase NOTICE
81tf'FOR LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Subdivision Assessed-Ito. ,
,per cent over last year's TermB Y. J. COB ma. Notice is (hereby given that '.

SALE-NEW 230 Chevrolet and is a near record, being NOTICE. OK:' '' INTENTION KICTITIOU1' TOIlKOISTKH following In addition certificates to the above are out-'the. on the 4th day of August A. D.

motor-short block, Not topped only in 1967, by 39 en- 'NAME' ,,-t c.l"tKca: said property; 196S. at 8:00 J?. M. in the office -
GIVEN No. 56: Year of Issuance '
rebuilt. Reasonable. Call C. L' i rollmenlts. NOTICE IS HEREBY of
the undersigned will register 1968; Holder J. J. Seale. the City Clerk of Bun
that
Jones ':4373957. July 17. Itp Term B concludes, the. '68.69 with the Clerk of the Circuit Assessed to: V, J. Cosmo. ., nell the'' City 'Commissioners
,' Certificate No. 61 'Year of Issuance -
:
Court in and for Flagler
window school year.Registration. County. .Florida,. upon ,receipt 1969; Holder: Stanley will hear comments and

FOR SALE-Hunter for Fall classesat of proof of publication of this Novak. Assessed. to: V. ,J. Cos opinions on rezoning Mr.,J.,L.

fan, 24 In. wide with side" ex-" DBJC Is August 20.22 and 'notice the following. I fictitiousFLAGLER mo.Unless such certificates shall Town8endproperty'off 'Deen

tensions. Phone Kruger' 439. classes begin August 25. name: be redeemed to
Road for 'mobile home rentals
WORKBARINAlocated describe such
17 Itp. the In
2589. July and BOAT, property : '
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT at North 23rd'Street and certificates will be sold to the and sales. .
Flagler Beach highest, bidder at the front door I
FOR SAL Highway AlA CITY OF BUNNELL
FURNITURE
NOTICE AND CALL OK MRKTIIVCJ Florida, under Which we willengage l i of the Flagler County Courthouse -
Studio couch, vanity dresser, TOL.: CT OWE MKIW-: in the business buying on the first Monday fri the Barbara C. McCabe y)

small buffet, wicker 'table, BElt OF HOARD OK NtU'Kll-: selling storing, letting for hire month of August 1969, which lathe City .Clerk ,:
VIHOIIS Foil 1IIMINI DRAINAGE maintenance boats and marine 4th day of August 1969. at ,k
oak library table, and other ) UIMTUICT. equipment and the undersignedare the legal hour of sale to-wlt: July 17. 24. 3l<. 3tc. : :a;"
odds and ends. Call 4373528., Notice Is hereby given that a the only persons InterestedIn '11:00 A. M_ '
Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
special meeting of the owners said business.' LEGAL' ADVERTISEMENT
July 17, Itp., of land' situated In the Blmlnl Dated at Bunnell. Florida. 30th day of June. '1969. I. .
Drainage District In Flagler this 16th day of July A. D. 1969. (Seal) IN THE CinCTJtT COtRT'SEV-
USED baby bed with mattress County. Florida .Is hereby call- /a/ Matthew B. DeMoustes GEORGE M. MOODY ENTII JUDICIAL CIrICUIT.IN '.
ed to be held In the Flagler /Oeorgene B. DeMoustess Clerk etc Circuit. Court AND Fan F-LAGLEIl. t
and high chair all for $19.00. County Courthouse Bunnell, / / Iceland B. Shaw Florida COUNTY KLOIIIDA ,
Jerry's Furniture, Old Dixie Florida on the 29th day of July, Attorney at Law July 3. 10. 17 &. 24. 1969.=. 4tc. CIVIL ACTION NO. 58O-E
A. D. 1969 at 3 o'clock P. M. for P. O. Box 296 ANN M. RODMAN, .I' :'
Hwy., Ph. 4373752. 7-17-ltc. the purpose of electing one mem- Bunnell, Florid I a.1'32019, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Plaintiff.KENNETH ,
ber to the Board of Supervisors July 17. 24y ,31, Aug. 7, 4tc APPLICATION v .
of three and NOTICE OK *,FOR CHARLES
FOR SALE-1969 Singer zigzag for the term years RODMAN
to attend to such other business LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN TAX DEED Defendant.
In cabinet. Blind, hems pertaining to the district that Notice Is hereby given that NOTICR.... SUIT .
sews on buttons, may come before the meeting.At CIRCUIT co'nUT FLAGLER Johnny J. Seale the holder of TO: KENNETH: CHARLES f
dresses, such,"election each and COUNTY, KLOIUUAc'lvii the following certificate has' fll- RODMAN -1;19t
rnake-s ,buttonholes, etc. Full every acre ,'of land lnthe said .- ACTiONINo.IS80-E. ed said certificate for a'tax;;deed J38 .Eaat-'Maln I Street i ..
a-' '' 52.20: x Included".' Or; District 'sham be: entitled to one 'CITJZI<;NS BANK, OF BUNN-ELL' tto be Issued thereon. The certificate *RarlvIle.' New York *
price vote In persort'or by proxy In BUNNELL. FLORIDA number and year of Issuance You are hereby notified thatan
terms available. For free home writing duly; signed for each a State Banking, Corporation, the description of the action for divorce has been .
demonstration ,call Credit 'acres ,of;land owned by him in. Plaintiff, property and the name : in flied against you and you are .
said District. Guardians may represent vs. which It was assessed ,are as required to serve a copy of your
Manager 9 a. m.. til :.9, p. m., ithelr- ward. Executors J. D McDANIEJ.and" follows, : written defenses If any to it on
Jacksonville Collectt, 3880785. and administrators may represent DONNA MARIE McDANIEL. hisARIE Certificate No. 7: Year ofIssu- Messrs.<< Osslnsky I : and Krol. Attorneys ;
the estates of deceased per wife, a/k/a DCM4NIE ance 1966; Description 'of'prop for Plaintiff whose address
July 17 TFC sons and private corporationsmay McDANIEL, "- erty: Lot 19. Block 3. Johnson is 411 Main\ Street. Day-
be represented by their officers Defendants.JVOTICK Beach Subdivision. tona Beach. Florida; and file
SOLD HOME-Six rooms or duly authorized agents. OK KOIinCLOSUIlETO Assessed to: George and Mary th original with the Clerk of
'" It l is ordered that this 'noticebe La rue. the above styled court on or before -
furniture for sale also, garage published each week for two TO THE DEFENDANTS HERE. Unless such certificate shall July 28. 69. otherwise a.'
door 7x9 and awning 'consecutiveweeks In The Flag- IN AND ALL OTHERS WHOMIT be redeemed according to law Judgment may me entered .,
ler' Tribune' a newspaper pub- MAY CONCERN: the property described In ,such against you for the relief demanded -
windows, doors, gas drier anda lished In Flagler. County. Flor- Notice Is HEREBY GIVEN certificate will be sold to the in the complaint or pe
of tools. 601 S. Central ida.' that the undersigned GEORGE highest bidder at the front door tition.
Jot Date of first publication July M. MOODY as'Clerk of the Cir- of the Flagler County Court- Witness my hand and seal of
Ave. Flagler Beach. 4392317. 17. A. D. 1969 cuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit house on the first Monday\ in the said Court on June 1S69. .
July 17 tfc. By order of Board of Super In and for Flagler County ,month of August 1969. which Is GEORGE l9 MOODY..
visors. Florida I under, pursuant, to antiby the 4th of August 1969, at -As Clerk or 'Said Court
A. B. JOHNSTON. virtue of a Final Decree of the ata&0 of sale, to-wit: (Circuit Court Seal) "
FOR RENT-2 bedroom duplex President. Foreclosure entered in the above 1100 A. M. ?2T TKallrynEmery
screened Attest: entitled cause,. .pendingIn the Dated at Bunnell. .Florida this Deputy Clerk .
apartment, O. F. ALFORD Secretary. Circuit Court, Seventh JudicialCircuit 30th day of June. 1969. OSSINSKY AND KROl4 ,,:i'
porch carport, furnished ot July 17. 24, 2tc in and for Flagler County (Seal) Attorneys for Plaintiff )
August Florida (Civil Action No. GEORGE M. MOODY" 411 Main Street r.
unfurnished. Available; LEGAL ADVRRTISCMENTTAX 566-E) will within the legal Clerk or the Circuit Daytona. Beach Florida 12018
1. Also 1 bedroom -furnished hours of sale between 11:00 A. Court June 26. July 3, 10 and 17.'4to
bachelor apartment. EQUALIZATION MEETING M. and 2.00: P. 1on Mondaythe Flagler County Florida : .'
Notice is hereby given that t1h'eUI 1969. at the July 3, 10. 17 &- 24, 1969. 4tc. :1.f
Call 4373304. July 17, ,Itc.: the Board of County Commissioners niSodra Flagler County .
;
of Flagler County will Courthouse Florida .
eating
The American Is
customersto meet with the County Tax Assessor offer for sale andnwill sell at LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT public ,
WANTED-More at the County Commissioners' public! auction to the highest ; and drinking more out-
please. Jack McCabe's Pure room in the Courthouse. and best bidder for cash, all the IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COUIVTKLAOLEIl side the home than
Ridgewood, ,,23unnell Florida. ,at the hour of right title interest and claim COUNTY. KL.OUI- today ever -
Oil Station, 747 1:00: P. M. on Monday, August of the defendants, J. D. Mc- DAIM1011ATE. before.. Restaurants 'and
Holly Hill, beside the Pillars. 4, A. D. 1969 for the purpose of DANIEL and DONNA MARIE :NO. 013 bars which employed
17 ltc. hearing complaints and receivIng McDANIEL. his wife, a/k/a ESTATE OF more
July testimony as to the valueof DONNIE MARIE McDANIEL. GRACE M. GESCHKE than fiwo million people !in
any property, real or personal and all persons or parties boundby Deceased '
to
FOR SALE-G. E. Refrigerator AS fixed by the County Assessor said Final Judgment In and NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO 1968 are expected provide
condition. of Taxes, and for the to the following I described property : lobs for more, than three mill-
ft.
10 cu. good purpose of perfecting, reviewIng situate, lying and being I In ALL P E R"SONS HAVING Ion workers 1975 accordIng
by
Call 4373600. July 17, Itp. and equallzinz the assess the County of Flagler, State of CLAIMS OR DEMANDS :I
1.- ments the value of which shall Florida to-wit AGAINST SAID ESTATE: to Labor D partmentfore-I
have been fixed by the County Lot Six (6), Block Fifty-one You. and each of you are here- casts. :
,.. .A Assessor of Taxes, or changedby 51), of MOODY's SUBDIVISION by notified, and required to file I
ALFORDReal him.. of Flagler Beach. any claims and demands which .'1,
O. F. Dated at Bunnell. Florida Flagler County Florida, according you or either of you may have ,
this l 16th day of July. A. T>.- 1969. to ptl' of Moody's against said estate In the officeof If four structures the size ,
Estate Broker BOARD OF COUNTY COMMiSSIONERS Subdivision on file In the office Honorable T. K. McKnlght. .s
OF FLAGLER of the Clerk of Circuit County Judge 'of Flagler County of the 1,472-foot; Empire State .
COUNTY, FLORIDA Court of Flagler County. at his office In the Court Building;' were stacked on the
Registered BY: OTIS S. HUNTER. Florida. In, plat Book 1, House In Bunnell. Florida withIn -
l'k.,., Chairman. mix calendar months from the floor of the ,Grand Canyon,
i.M Bunnell Florida ATTEST: The: estd property as aforesaid time! of the first publication of only the television tower on
; _. GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk being sold to satisfy said judg- this notice. Each claim or demand -
4J: __ -.::.A:- .L.L.:- July \7 and 24, 2tc. ment. subject to any and all must be In writing andcontain the top one would poke above *

.,, .- valid prior mortgages' liens the place of residence the North Rim. National Geographic -
and encumbrances and rights. and post office address of the
DATED this 14th day of July claimant and must be sworn to says.
A. Di 1969 by the ,claimant,' his agent or :-. '

... OEOROE M. MOODY. '
"I...' Clerk Circuit Court. .
see Flagler "County, Florida
after you ; (Official Seal) ..
By Julia 'Hie Harvey 4"h..,., FISHER'MENS' INN .
doctor. .. Deputy
your ,
LEI-iAND B. SHAW :, .
{"' Iu; O.eR.oI fda': oi :FLAGLER BEACH :f

32010 ; \ .. .,
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to _\\L' July 17. Itc. r' :;.V. :! r. Officially. Opened .: ,.r. j P

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0 I COUNTY, KLOHIDA.
IN PRORATE IV O. 010, 7 AoMo-2AoMo .i 3
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known as EVELYN VIRGINIA Overnight Dockage ,-- Diesel, a taind OUi|

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS... JULY 17. :1969 I In
mon man. It is my right to be quirement of posting signs

uncommon if I can. I seek connection with radar or air.

HENRY -- CONSERVATION FARMER OF YEAR Social Security opportunity, not security.I craft speed timing operations. ,I

.J ___ I do not wish to be Exe
) a kept Colonel H. N. Kirkman, "
NEWS citizen humbled and dulled cutive Director of the Depart: ,'

by having the state look after fnent o< Highway Safety. and .

me. I want to take calculated said 'The '.
I was June bride. Do I Motor\, .Vehicles
8t risks; to dream and to build, in the Taw merely re*
fchange
get a neW social security "
: ,
to fall and to succeed. I re- the' requirement to .
number? -moves
fuse to barter Incentive for within a prescribed .,
the signs .r'
A. No not a new social security post
but must dole. distance of the opera- '.;
number, you
change YQul pame on our re- I prefer the challenge of tion. This provision gives ,en'J;J
life tQ the stale calm'' of !
Utop agencies an effective
cords. will keep your forcement
Yfm
:
rw ia. I will
M not trade freedomfor
+ ,r of apprehending .
v get a means I.
same number. You can ;; :
I
: '
." beneflclence: nor .
:
form from your Social Secur:, my :dignity 'the habitual violator and : :""
for handout.,
ity Office to make, this name helps combat the number one -
change.Q. I will never cower before cause of accidents irf Florida ,. ':',
'any master nor bend to any ;
The bank asked me to speed. ,
threat. It is my heritage to '
'
,get a' social security'number stand Klrkman said the law
erect proud and
for two-months-old Why una- "will In 'affect,, I
a son. fraid; to think and act for change no way .'..
,I kk does 'he need a' social security myself the law abiding citizen. Driv-: ... .';; ".'

... number? creations, enjoy and the benefit to' face of the my era' must be speeding In the.'M: : :

A. Social security numbersare world first place to be concerned ;..' ;,
boldly and say, this t
needed by the bank to re- have done. with whether the signs \tare '

.: port Interest income- to Inter All this is what it meansto posted'so:that they may slowdown .,,,:.'
nal Revenue Service. In other before reaching 'the op- : : I
Myrl Henry, How Creek Rancher and Farmer, pictured be an' American.
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words, a social security num- eration... If you are not speed i'.i
in his has been named ,Conservation Farmer of
above hayfield, be is also Used for tax purposes ing the signs shouldn't be ,,
the Year In Flagler County by the Board of Supervisors of the RADAR WARNING necessary to you.." ,,:'

Flagler Soil and Water Conservation District. Henry has done Q. I am a 20 year old' student NOT REOUIRED The Patrol plans no policy .

.I an outstanding job of 'pasture improvement, pasture manage- receiving checks on my The Florida Highway Pa- changes in conjunction,, with '".' 'I\

.'merit, water control and irrigation during the year. He will be, disabled father's record. I got trol said, today they were pro _the law: change but will continue "

awarded' a Banker's Award Certificate later in the year at a married this 'summer. Can I vided with an effective meansof to use the machines In .;, ,: :i".l,

P SpecIal meeting of the Board of Supervisors. The presentation still get my: checks if I keep combating the leading areas with a high frequency :" ." .-

win be in cooperation with, the Citizens Bank of Bunnell going to school? cause of accidents when the of accidents attributable to \. .

and the Florida Bankers Association. A. No. Benefits stop the legislature<<: removed the re speed. *, ;1 wyI
month you get married.Q. .'
., I.-- r I am'planning on changing n.------- \ ,'( "

"*': CALENDAR OF City Commission meets at colleges this fall. Since I i

730; p. m. am getting, a: "social security : .

.' :: EVENTS (-o-') ,' check as a student, do I I PIGqpeL a' N ;.

,'. Today, July 17: Friendly VFW Auxiliary meets at have to tell''the. .Social Secur-
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Circle swim and meeting .. 8 p. m. in the post home West ity Office?
party
at 8 p. m. at the home of Moody Blvd., Bunnell.- A. Yes. By 'all. means be OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY' )"
( )
Mrs. W. W. Deen Moody -0- sure you tell the Social Security : '
American Post 115 ''
Legion
.Blvd., Bunnell. ... Office. The name of your
\ti installation and dinner meet must be made
new college a
(-o-) CALL 439-217O OR 439-2474 AFTER 6, P. M.
ing at 8
at the
Bunnell
:., Flagler Beach City Commission p.m. part of your record.Q. '
Civic Center. Those planning I have been getting .
meets at 7:30 m. my \, "
... (-o-) *p. to attend are asked to bringa student checks each month ,LOCATED BEHIND- WESTERN., AUTO STORE .. ., <

Flagler Civil ,Air Patrol covered dish. this summer: Is that right? I '

1 meeting at 7:30: p. m. at the (-0-) 22 will not start! school again WE WILL, BE 'CLOSED, . '';JULY 4th' ,/' -;

}\ Bunnell airport.. Tuesday July : Bunnell until September. '. .

(-0'J "' i, t Lions Club' luncheon-meeting A. Yes. you can get your -
;;f' at.12:15'p. m. at Bunnell Civ- .\ i
benefits for the summer -- i
Saturday. July 19 VFW" '
: "
ic ""
Center. 40T
.;.. Dance at Bunnell Civic Center months. To get these checks REPORT OF* OFSTATENCITIZEAI3 DANK OF* HUNNELL,OV! :
at 9 p. m. (-0-) you must, have been a full. JIUNNCLL.. IN THE STATE OV FLORIDA AT THE. CLOSE OV
(-o-) Order' Eastern Star, meets time student before the sum MUSINESS ON JUNE SO., U ea '

Monday t%' 'rat: 8'p. m. at the Masonic Hall, mer and intend to return full Cash and due from ,banks'ASSETS(I Including 9 None i unposted .

July 21: Bunnell S. Bay Street Bunnell.Flaglerry hefall debits)' ..._........._.._.....?_.----.--.....-....;:J_....-,..--.... $ 73112994
time for ; terrn. ITt S. Treasury securities ...__................................._..:........_... 2,109,760.00
Q, I am 17 years old, soon to .Securities of otherTJ. S. Government agencies and corp. .
orations.j........... .:..:.. None
-
<
last -
be 18 years old. I am the Obligations of States rid ;political"subdivisions; i ..:.=:_.=.,, 832.495.34
child at home now; but in Other securities (Including,$, None corporate. stocks)__... None
: Insurance. t September wjhen'jl, am. 18 years Trading? account securities ..;....'.........._... +.J.(\i'i'y! ,:_._..._* None
.,
v#Federal. funds /jsotd and securities purchased //under agree ,
1 ol :3 > 'M }Jvr r Can widowed' mother who Other loansJL.......i..U-S.C. .__,_......_,..\,.:1'I':c. ..;.:....___._...'._ 3.076.905.83
my\ Bank premises furniture and fixtures,, '
amcf-other )Bassets
Agency I Inc. is' 50 years''old keep gettingher representing bank premises ....._.* .-...:_.. ,.._..__ 1 4.016'48:
.. checks? Real estate owned other than bank premises...;..-i,?.._ 1278.13
.. Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated._:..r_.._f _. Done.
All 'Forms of A. No" a, mother is not eli Customer's liability to this bank outstanding -
Insurance gible for benefits'' Just because _.,........y./ .__._.____......,on.acc'ptance.._..._?.>,...__$...._-...-,. N one
has Other"a.aet.. __..._.-+-_....___._.__.__.?...:,.___._...._... 11227.82
3O5 East she a child: getting benefits

Moody Blvd.f, Phone 437-3171 as a student. However. if TOTAL ASSETS -_?"!'___.,.._..__._.._.. ...._..__..__ 6.878,803.52

.' fttumell, Florida 32010 your mother is disabled she LIABILITIES .
for Demand deposits of; ''individuals, partnerships, and
may'.be eligible disability
LIFEFIRE.AUTOCASUALTYRANDSQ orations ..-..-,.-.Jj-.-jnr1m...._..-*..*......u....n..;:...::.....T_-L ___corp...__.. 1.679,860.62-
: payments. She should check Time and saving's deposits of Individuals, .
with her"'SocIal Security Office. and corporations ...-.._.......____.__._____partnerships..:.__._,. 3416442.89
1 Deposits of United States Government ...., ____ None
Q I am receiving a stu Deposits of States and political subdivisions.Deposits .:=...:.._._::. 1,094.12,6.40 ,
11111111111I1'1'J I iiiiI!/!I II!II J IIIII 11111 h!III I1I1 iJ 111"1" IIII J I""Ii I h 1it.. !I,:1 i II j 1I11,III!III1 II J II!1111I III// dent check from social secur- of foreign governments and official institu-
.
!
to work Uone .? .... ._ ....._..?_.._.? .....? .? None. ,
ity, and plan duringthe Deposits of commercial banks ... .._.. _. ___.____ None
fin l summer vacation when Certified and officers' checks ..__ ..._..._...._.._..._ 60.042.43
ON TIME TOTAL DEPOSITS ., ._ ...
I'm school. ------- ?- 16.240.472.24
not How
attending (a) Total demand deposits ......._... 2,452,98461
10 much can I earn .and still get (b) Total time and savings deposits........,... 3787487.63
'CERTIFICATESVOL..A Federal funds purchased and securities sold under
all of my benefit checks? Otr1a: \ repurchase a.-._.-... -..-,.- agree None
A. You can earn -a total of rll I for borrowed money =:;::::::::::=::::;=: None

MINIMUM S3.oo0-s0 DAYS $1680 for the year and still Mortgage Acceptances Indebtedness ..__.... .._??,..._ ..........,.?_..__.?.?.. None
COUNTY' executed by or for account of this
NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY., get all of your, checks. If you and outstanding_.._........._..__.........__._....,__bank_._ None
should earn+more than $1680in Other liabilities ...--___.--?+...... .........-...___..._....._.' 63068.48

BANK Ph. 677.8217 1969 you should report the' TOTAL LIABILITIES1"1 L,... 6.303.540.72
175 W. Granada .
amount of total earnings to MINORITY INTEREST
IN
CONSOLIDATED
Ormond Beach. Florida the Social Security Adminis ,..--...,.,-.-_.._____ ,??.._??,....,?.,._SUBSIDIARIES ..-???...- NoneI1ESERVF.S
tration. -
ON LOANS AND SECURITIES
A Reserves for bad debt losses on loans .(set up pursuant
;1HIIijl!! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIt111111111111111''" '''lIilllllllllllllllllllllllll'i'IIIIII' I to Internal Revenue Service, rulings) ,,...,.__.___.._...... 12117.28
BOYS STATE Other| reserves on loans ...?,-......--...,.... ... .. 16935.25
Reserves) on securities --........_.___..._ --..--_- .-..-....---_-..---- None

DELEGATESpEAKS' TOTAL, RESERVES ON LOANS ,AND SECURITIES _._ 29,052.63 J

BINGO 8:00 P. 3t CAPITAL ACCOUNTS > I

: M Capital notes and debentures .........---....--. r- None
(specify interest rate and,, maturity of, Iseue outer. '
(By Bruce Kendall) standing) ...total_ _.,.__..__...._.....__.._...._..__....____ i
FLAGLER BEACH 'RECREATION HALl Equity capital; (sum of items 36 to 40 below...._ 546210.27 'J
Let me start by saying that

-SPONSORED BY- Boys. ,State is put on each year Preferred(N -"nares stock-total,outstandingCommon par-value--. .-..:.._ .-_-._: .-_,None ;r
i )
Disabled American Veterans by the American Legion in No. shares stock-total par v lue..._.__..__.,?_._"._._......-::. 150000.00 '',-'
authorized 1.500) No shares
v outstanding
your state. Each sends I
post 1.500).J..<......_____.....____ .
one boy for every 100 mem- S u rp 1 us j- .,. ......_ ,,_ .. 300,000.00
; r- -
..1 ; TONIGHT ( Thursday ) bers''' ,unless (they ask to ,send Reserve Undivided. for profits contingencies::=::::::lr:=.=: ==,.- ...:::_==_..:::::,,-r? 96,210.27: : .
and other< capital' reserves.,... None '

FREE' REFRESHMENTS more.Boys are : for leader. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. (sum of 1 terns'S4.-and.
chosen '
3
'I I Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 ship' 'ability,- high academic 5 above) |- TrfT-MTT-l-T1.ajJ < _-:.,.
NO MINORS ability and a deep sense of TOTAL LIABILITIES. RESERVES. AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS u ,
-" ALLOWED, Americanism. There are many
people that do not show this A e of .total MEMORANDA r' -' I

feeling because they hide' it with call date deposits,-for....-?,the.,.-,,,.-.16, .calendar.... ..,..,,1--J..J.days. ..J1,ending -. 6,026.356.20-N' '
f F in their shame. It is, also, important Average wlth.call at date total loans' for the 16 calendar days ending .......

CRAIG FUNERAL HOME to .,have a belief "in .Unearned capital account.discount. on i instalment i loans.. included 1n.total. 3079929.93, ,, ;

God. .
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;j. I Charles, E. Creal: t" - ;; doN
Preeldent
A. H. CRAIG Funeral: ,DirectorJOHN rrhe following:,1s the I creed olf ly swear that this report ot condition the is.above-named trUe and correct bank. eolemn-
the-Tt
my knowledge > st
"' used at Boys State: and belief. .
r.. CAPO. Manager I do not choose to be a coma Correct. -Attest Charles; E._ Creat ."

: .. Lily 'J. Creal ,
AIR .
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.. LADY OXYGEN S ..-:' Tom E.' Holden'. .
CONDITIONED I Gallons Latex $5.75: William. Lenssen
: ATTENDANT, I EQUIPPED Oy f\ Alford "f -
CHAPEL Free Chole of TO Cr. John A. Clegg ..
. AMBULANCES, Interior or ExteriorYEOMANS R. \W Cody i t ,

L j' Directors t"'. a '
Ph'on8
:"!' -, ID f-3532 PAINT. .\, FACTORY (SEAL"Sworn) to and Stat ot Florida CoUnty ot Flag er. act '..,.-
2NOVA ROAD and I hereby subscribed before me this 10th day ot July;;" 1989
MOODY certify that I
201 E. BLVD.
BUNNELL. FLORIDA Orntond H e aehB.3O am not an officer or director at thl. bank. '
8 7 7-110 2 0 ]Notary Public. State at Florida at LnrgOANNE S. PEAVY
My
, comml.elon expires May .29. 1973.

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7-THE' FXJICLER TRIBUNE, THURS, JULY 17. 1969 If. you might: feel that some VETERANS URGED TINA PAC E .;

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OI tne personal questions a.5K- COMPLETES
have the number of bath- TO CHECK INSURANCEBENEFITS
steadily Increased. ed as to

Too Late Bureaucrats primarily con- rooms In your house and how TRAINING... ......
cerned with building as, big many people use them or details --

I I an organization as possible, of your personal incomeis M. T. Dixon of the Florida Tina Pache, Bunnell' .hasjust .
"received$ completion '
a
To ClassifyBy increasing the number of em- an invasion of privacy you of Veterans Affairs asks
Dept. 180"
certification for hours oftraJning
'
ployees and expanding their can tell the census-taker it all ex G. I's, did they hear .
Russell Kay budget have little difficulty is none of his business and about the veterans ex girlfriend IIi the ward clerk
In thinking to Jail program at the school of applied -
ways of enlarging risk going or'paying a she recently came into
Next year we are scheduledto their effort. The sciences at Daytona
cost
comes
take another census In this out of the fine.Of quite a bundle $10,000 to be Beach Junior College.She .
country. pockets of federal course. If you happen to exact it was the proceeds of is the daughter of Mr.
taxpayers.
Over the years head: counting They be in the military service you his G. I.. insurance. His wife and Mrs. Leslie Pache, Bun
argue that if we are ,might fall back, on the law and children got nothing!
has developed Into'quite nell. She Is a 1968 graduate
going to .
millions of
spend ful answer of giving only your ? Well, he namedhis
How come
a business. Its cost has risenfrafr3 dollars interviewing of Bunnell High School.BIRTHDAY _
people "name rank and serial num- girlfriend beneficiary :
a fey cents per name to
about''one dollar tor everyone So why the not number find out of a lot more? ber". Or If' you are a professional while ,She was In service. After DATA
Interviewed. Time In questions racketeer you can state he got out, he married some
answering asked
census questions has In- and increases every year that "you retuse'to answer on one else, 'but forgot to tile 'a Happy birthday this week to: .

creased from a few minutesto citizens are threatenedwith ,the grounds that it mIght incriminate change In beneficiary with Today. :Jerry Cauley, Susan, :
fine or Imprisonment you" .'and still be the VA on his National Serv Gozdowskl, .;
an hour In some if ,'
cases. they fail to truth- : Y
Census taking Is not new. fully. answer within your constitutional ice' Life Insurance. The law (Friday.: Pamela. Sheeler, Re-".s
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rights. ,. says the VA must pay the becca Saxon !
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The Bible tells us that King We are told that information Raymond.
David ordered a census taken secured by the Bureau of I doubt If many racketeers beneficiary of record.: _S. Smith, Lily: Land.

.about 1,000 B. C, Since Census Is confidential and remains will truthfully answer questions How about you or someone Saturday: Vincent. D. Mee
then It has been carried on in the files of the 'Bu. as to the,:nature of their you know? Will an "Old Marianne Kveton, Homey;
with ,ever 'Increasing! throughout the world j end the help but wonder what hap. incomes and number of em Instead of the wife and child Sunday: Richard Minton. '
number, of questions asked pens to these "secret" ,files. ployees on their payrolls. ren? Dixon urges all veterans Earl Baggett, Thomas Scott '
", Personally I have no Ob- .
I with. government insurance, Clark, :Joy M. Deen. '
jection to .answering their be sure your insurance is go-
Monday: Billy Evans, A. M.1McDanlel :
questions. But I Imagine they
e. TO GOD BE THE GLORY might be rather. embarasslng your Ing to County the one Service you want.Officer See; ,, Ralph Hirst, Dale

to some people. If they wantto for a change of beneficiaryform. Pieger. t
IDA PARKER ROSE BAGWELLThe know how o tfen I trim my Wednesday: Kathy Duncan
toenails or whether I. pick my Sharon Winstead, :Jail Hein. .,i,

inspiring story of her nose with my 'right or left

life-her trials and triumphs hand it. is okay, by me. But '
desires and faith some more .sensitive"individ-
unwavering 5
in Christ:;. Included in the uals might resent such ques. .

: -T book is'"My Garden of tions.I would .like:;to see the questionnaires JtCg cJVfew.) ;

Thoughts". a collection ofT filled out by some ,

I poems, sayings and verses of the leaders of our college .

that have been an inspiration revolts our ..millionaires'} \
#: pay no income tax run of the .
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mill protesters and .the like.

For your copy, send $2.50 They would bg downright, in Fabrics
plus 25c to cover tax and ,teresting. But, since the information Kay
is supposed. to be ,:
mailing' charges to ."top secret" ."except to the

millions 'of people who ,collect 29 WEST GRANADA.(West of Bridge) "(
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picnic lunch. Every boatman who cruises the lakes and ,..

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each year to give its fullest support to the Keep.America ,
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A-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE ;,.:;.THURS.. .JULY., 17. J969 The<<: 'top five batters ((30 or life research program, and and possession. A ,total gallinulesmay of 15
more times at bat) are: Mur-. during 'the next two years Florida and purple ,
Smith and Ernest Dees paced 'ray Smith AB 39; H 26, .667; wildlife biologists will study be taken per day, the
the Insurance team with 3 Lawrency Turner. AB 43, II 27, results of the Increased limitto possession limit Is two days
'.lSPORTS hits each and a homerun ." 628{ Buddy Taylor, AB '39, determine what, iI if any, effect bag. .
each .<' 1 II' 24; .613; Richard Yelving- 'the extra harvest might The woodcock' hunting season
ift},' NO TiES ..."\ JpiMonday nights game ton. AB. 30, H 18 .600; Keith have on the dove population."The opens November 1 and
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January'
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Piersbn bombed the Insurance. Smiley, All :36 II 21, .583. La'rry increased limit," Frye continues
"' Kieth Smiley; led bag limit is 5.with a
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teams 2212. Stone' leads In'homerun.s said "Is a two year study. Dally '
i, SOFTBALL Pierson :with 5 hits Bobby with four runs. The six bird increase was selected possession: limit, of :lotCalm l
" ; RESULTS North hit a homerun over the Thursday night the first in order that effects
By Bud v'( Taylor >> fence.for Pierson. game Is -Methodist vs. Insurance might be measured."
Jiffy; defeated, the first-halfchabpigps In Monday nights second ; second 'game, Wads. .. ." The Increased bag limit re- "-
, j *J r.- 14.12 In :game s ..the .Jiffy team cut worth vs. Pierson.: ,j 'search is being ,carried out in
game
1 the 'first Thursday short .the Methodist rally to Monday ->:night ,Wadsworthvs. states generally east of the
i"I night. Jiffy played their best win 1913. The ,Jiffy ball club Jiffy .. !:>and Pierson'' vs. ,Mississippi. Other parts of the
w, frame of. the season. Dewayne Has really come to life\ in Methodist.: country will have either a reduced -
s L. .I .Motts.led the .JUfy team with the second half and. are play- limit or the same as

i<:4--.hitSfIncluding-. hpmerun. ing excellent ball. Wilbur ,DAILY: DOVE LIMIT last year.
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In the second gage Thursday Holdridge led Jiffy with 3 INCREASED. TO 18 The. morning dove is class.
i ,nigh}t tbt? Insurance team : hits.. ified as'a migratory birrl and
1I"t defeated \Yadsvirorth in.a. Team standings Jiffy and FOR 1969-7O SEASO'N.Fl is. protected by bath; federal
"I closely .r'q:m.tf'sted.game' 1817. Insurance tied for first place; r1da sportsmen will have and .stat wildlife agencies.
j I The Insurance team scored Pierson and Methodist tied additional doves added to The U. S. Fish and Wildlife
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j the winnr! ?} 'run In the bottom for second place; Wadsworthis their bag'du ng the 1969..70hunting Service establishes a general
of the ""seventh. .Murray third.. season. According to
I ., framework of open hunting
Fresh'
-- the Game and Water
days from which states 'may
, Fish Commission the ,dallylimit
select open seasons. Both I
for doves has been Increased
,) I' ".;; :DON'T FORGET from 12 to 18 per day. daily bag and possession limits -
Hunters will again have a and shooting hours are set clear water and the'
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: three phase dove season as by the Federal Agency. invasion of large schools of

: : follows: First phase, October Other dates and bag limits mullet have helped to step up
:; :: VFW DANCE . 4 through November 2; second for migratory bird hunting in. fishing at the pier, accordingto

: '... phase, November 15 through cludes the season for 'rails Manager Cecil Westbrook.
, !H" .November 30; third phase, De. (marsh hens), gallinules. and Speckled trout, caught early
,,, '" ; JULY 19th ,p. ,m. comber' 13 through January 6. woodcock.The ;. Monday morning were in,' the
Hunting will be allowed rail season opens Sep four' to ten pound range.Flagler .
.. BUNNELL CIVIC CENTER from 12 noon until sunset of tember 1 and continues Beach angler, Mrs.
each open day.According..to. through November 9. The limits Louisa 'Manos, caught two
4 ,: (Completely:: Air Conditioned) Dr. O. E. Frye, for clapper and king railsis trout. weighing, 'ten and eight**
; Commission Director, the increase 15 per day with a possession ,pounds. Veteran fisherman
j' '. COUNTRY. WESTERN. ORCHESTRA'" ,- in bag limit Is actually ..of 30. Sora and Virginia Dick.:Mosby caught two speck
.i one step In a continuing wild rails .are limited to 25 per day led; -trout, five 'pounds-ten
.' -_ .. t ? ounces and four::' 'pounds-four'
ounces:vThe''trout were caughton
I !' iii.'. .' ( .t live'' bait.

1 ".'r:. It is reported the king
',', mackerel are ''hitting small
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:! r spots that are being.used for
." bait. William Bailey East Pa-
.. latka, caught a 25 pound
-. '..' ,,";." FORD'S1MP0321BL5 king,and Mr. Dempsey, Or-

: mond Beach,. bagged a .22
pound king.Spanish .

,, ing taken mackered off the pier are and be-

: ,,' I 'i I 2ALEManufacturer's some large sheepshead run-
ning up to six or seven pounds

..:A., are being ''caught' ; Westbrooksaid. .

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Fishing has been good the
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f past .,several days at the
.I 6: ci Rocks north of'Flagler-Beach.
Several nfce 'catches of red

TlJeysaJd II t8IIW8 bass and sheepshead have
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: ItKltJJ MaverIdcJ': $}: !the area during the week.

,.,. first car oftJie70s aar end'and "Bruz" landed' twosheepsheaid
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/ three pounds

each, ,and -"Buck" caught a
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; ;, :* 4 ri Impossible .savirigs. Ford GaJi:1xie: 500s' 'couple pounds.of each.bass weighing Other species four

SI"!S. low. including croakers, pig fish '

1\' nj it"now priced impossibly {., Another and spots salt were water also caught.angler

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,'. >::9't Bill Baker caught several
.... iuf rric.for the car. swaf ; do< pass, 3 and 4 pounds.
.; .. q f Price does not include: optional to sidewaJI .
: tires {32.00: dealer preparation char es. if any; ;Jj '<' '%: :QN ;:,. '''';: Flagler Fish Camp
transportation charges, state and,local taxes. :
; ", j : Fishing is slack at the camp
u Nowfcnpossaieyearendprice >.i- this week according to Henry
cuts OB an fc9 Fords! '> Aycock, manager. A few
\ r- bream (medium size) and
,\ -.' catfish are the only catches
\ reported at the camp.
Aycock said the hot weather .
and drought has affectedthe
'- fresh water fishing at
Crescent Lake., He predicts
flshing'.wlll be'on the upswing
If the cloudy""and rainy weather -

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\ Ii : BIng's Fisherman's 'Resort

The catches have been va
ried at Bings. Joe Waldron of
(. Jacksonville brought in six ,
trout (including seven

,. pound one. ) several croakersand I ,.
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fishing In the inland
L. .. K y3YV $ :y + TYS waterway
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# ,. ;, A 'trio from Jacksonville,
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.- ... Joe Martini;
i .. J Sgt. W. Martin,
I ," Ben and,.. en..Tucker, caught
65 croakers, 4 'angel fish anda

,' '- ".j,.:.. t.1 sheepshead. Dr. McWlllIams
':: '. : Daytona Beach, fishing out of
,. the camp brought in 20
'" I, sheepshead .in the three to
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/" ... Jl .. cee, St. Augustine, boated 20
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t" ,;t;, ;> '6 (!J -. ,; ..I'red bass, 3 speckled trout and
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