The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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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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r VOL. 57 NO. 31 THURSDAY, :JULY 24. 1969 : S3.50 A YEAR



.. American ",Legion Post 115
Bunnell City Commissioners Installed Its' 1969 ,officers at Farris McGee, local attorney -'
agreed that ;
unanimously a dinner-meeting Monday and resident of Flagler
Hubert Pellicer inform
the Mayor city's attorney Charles night at the Bunnell Civic Beach, was appointed City'I I

"Tindell Beach, by Center. at .Flagler Beach at
Daytona Judge
Vice Commander
Northern Area
; letter that his services will be .,,1 4 4Nix 'Tom Thompson, the regular meeting of the
terminated by July 3.: last Thurs
( Jacksonville: was, the. Installing City Commission
The Commissioners stated officer. Thompson was day evening. Earl Caldwellhad

no reason for dismissing Tin' .\, '.. assisted, by District Sergeants resigned from the position

I dell. 1 ait Arms, John Greany, Jack. "due to ,the time ele
: James H. Tucker, local at- sonvjlle, and Al Chamberlain, ment". .
torney, was then appointed Daytona Beach.. McGee will hold two sessionsof

as the new city attorney, effective \ Post officers installed were court a month and will be .
July 21, at the same Victor Buckles, Commander; paid $15.00 per session.

salary of $1200 annually. ,! James 'Tucker first vice commander Commission adopted an
Tucker has law offices in Bun- T"d ; y9 'I t .' M.',B. Fuller, second ordinance ,allowing only one

nell and Daytona Beach.: vice commander; Cora Buck- .fishing pole per person on"
In. 'other action Mondaynight les, ,adjutant; 'Walter Morris, the pier with provision for en-'
the commissioners: t 'finance; A. M. McDaniel, his forcement by the piermaster.-
HIRED Truman Galley of ;; :r, ',,41 torian:r"'Raymond} Smith, ser The ordinance will require a
Daytona Plumbing Companyto :t vide'officer; and; Duane'Deeri, public hearing.A .
drill 2 inch test wells at sergeant: 'at. 'arms. permit was granted' to

$1.75 per foot, plus other N-Cdmnlahder ':Buckles pre- Joe Cramp for an addition to,
costs,, which include $12 an 'sented a past commanderspin Toronto Motel on South AlA.,
hour for a driller and helper,' -- to outgoing Commander The permit calls for five

and $5 for. the drilling machine Robbie Creal received the Eagle Award at :the Boy ScoutTroop Otis Magee. The retiring Com- ground floor rooms and two

City Atttorney Tuckerwas 472 Court !of Honor last Wednesday nights The outstandingscout mander presented, a gift to rooms overhead.

instructed to prepare the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles; Creal, Bunnoll., has been a, Cora Buckles for her assistance -' .,:An agreement was signed
contract. member of the Flagler Troop for five years and.has earned' 24 during his term of of with Florida Outdoor ,Recreation -:
AGREED to request Florida fice.
Council to obtain $19,950
Merit Badges. He is Assistant Scoutmaster' Troop 472. .
East Coast Railway to repairthe -.purchasing the Fuquay
railroad crossing in frontof Scoutmaster Jeff Seale 'presented Tenderfoot,'awards to Louie WORK.:. STARTS ON property lying [:east of AlA

Brannam's Grocery. Mercer and Mickey Atkinson. First class badges were presentedby BEACH PARK FOUNTAIN Highway. 'The loan will be
AGREED to repair the street Asst. Scoutmaster Robert Walters ,to Joe Bryan: and Jim Wat- repaid at $1,000 per month at
I near the Citizen's Bank Drive- son. / City Commissioner Elite no,'interest. .
I in window entrance.REQUESTED Goodwin informed The Tri
Troop Committee 'Chairman A. W. Tucker ,presented Star,, bune that: work started! Tuesday The purchase of this seaside .
, I' a property, owner Scout.Awards to Pat Gurnee and Frank Bryan.-Troop'Committeeman on the fountain to.be located property'will keep any
to remove a building at
structures from being erected
Charles Creal awarded Merit Badges to George Buckles; "
USl and Court Street. .. In city park at Flagler. between the highway and the
Frank Bryan, Pat Gurnee Al Zamba; James Bryan; Robbie. Creal, .Beach. :$
ocean In'the area of 'the
Joe' Bryan and'Jim Watson.. Special awards /swimming/ one The fountain is being con- Fuquay' Subdlvfslon.Commissioner' .

r.. mile went Rabble:rear' and Jim Bryan./ is? structed ,by Wayne Edwards,
: TAX EQUALIZATION ,,,, { Goodwin presented -
,," .. superintendent of Flagler
; .. ._ M": ' ., ,' ..aoOJ -....,.. "'\" s;;.!--Jli Bryariw gas.elected'.senior! ;F&trol le d rtFranacBryan. .Beach-i Stats: & k.JLwjth, the 1 a further: ''discussion of f
,' < :. ,. .. ... .. ,. : .. -.. .S .asslstahiT senior patrol leader; George Bu
AUGUST 4 : Troop,officers 1969 patches were-presented by Committeeman Flagler' Beach. erected in city park.. The costis
..F t Keene Gurnee. estimated to be more-than
The Board of County Commissioners The fountain would be
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will sit Tax /
as .a, constructed by Wayne Ed-
. P. M. Monday, August 4th \
\. An ordinance was preparedfor
The 1969 Tax Roll was pre-
.. '. ,pared by Tax Assessor Donald Claude S. Deen, Christmas, setting bulkhead lines and
Moore and presented to the 'Florida, 'a '''longtime residentof specifications for construct- :
Board of County Commissioners Flagler County; died early ing bulkheads on the ocean
at their regular meetingin : Sunday morning at Orange. and Intracoastal' waterway.

July. The Board acceptedthe Memorial Hospital, Orlando, Commissioner Howard Lerch
tax roll and called for the A __ b from injuries sustained in an said it would require both city
equalization meeting as required automobile accident June 20 and county hearings. '
by law. at Orlando. He had been hospitalized A report was heard to the
Any taxpayer desiring to since the accident effect that the water tower

inspect the tax roll can do so N k arid head' been an extensive had been repainted and was
at the county courthouse. Any ,ay ,,A4. $1 r 8 m t. care 'patient at the hospitalthe in good condition.
complaints' will be. heard at past three ''weeks.' 'Mayor Herbert Fuller pro

the equalization meeting.; E $ He was born in Flagler claimed July 21st as a legal
County' at Bulow and movedto holiday.
Christmas several years

DAV SERVICE PINS bL'2w ago' ,from Bunnell. He was a
x former Flagler County School ;

Disabled American Veter and Millwright and Machinery
86 members Les- Michael' Barber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Barber, Bun- \
ans Chapter Tam.
Erectors Local 1510
.' ter Stanton and Levi Brannam' nell, and Bruce Kendall, son of Mrs. George Kendall, Haw Creek, pa. He served as a lieutenantIn WITH THE' PUBLIC, .
awarded National DAV have returned home from Tallahassee where they attended Boys
,'. were the Merchant Marine dur The Board of Directors of ,
service pins at a meeting last ing WW11.
k State.The the Flagler Chamber. Commerce
:. Wednesday night at the Flag boys were delegates of .the American Legion Post 115 Survivors, include his wife, held a-monthly meet- .
ler Beach' Municipal Hall. and were selected by Bunnell High School faculty members. Irma, Christmas; a daughter, ing last Friday evening at the
.:' Commander' : WilkIns ,present: Mrs. 'Claudia Malo, Ormond; with L. E. Wads-' a
Boys State Is pattenned'alter the State of Florida with three' : courthouse ?
." ed a ten year pin to Stanton' two 'sons. Slsco Deen, US Air- worth presiding. '
." and a twenty year pin to governmental ''units, city county and state. Force, Tucson, Arizona; and A general discussion was .:

Brannam.' Boy's State is an American Legion project whichassists 'In .Joy Deen Ormond; four '1
held relative to the probable _
,J Members voted to donate educating'youth In the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities 1 brothers, Lester Deen :and effects of the recent an- \
t $25 to Bunnell General Hospital -- .Tames E. Deen both of Mia
_' of American ,citizenship, while teaching the]fundament.als nouncement of ITT-Rayonier
w: Chapel Fund in mem- of :mi; Stanley Deen, West Palm
government. In Flagler County. It was
ory of departed comrades of- Beach; and Duane A. Deen,
noted that additional
Jim Booe Chapter 86. J Bunnell; three sisters, .Mrs. also
Plans were completed for a f As announced in :an advertisement 'rfielma Walters, Flagler properties in the were county.It being. purchased }
Special' Benefit Bingo game MILLERS 'JTO ,;MANAGE In the Tribune the. ]Beach; Mrs. Frances Wether- '
Saturday' July 26 at 8 p.m. at AlA RESTAURANT Millers are looking forwardto J ington Bunnell; and Mrs. Naomi was decided that the
Flagler Beach Municipal Hall. serving all of their former Hoffman, Merritt Island. Chamber of Commerce should
from the event will hold a public meeting for the i
Proceeds .
Mr. and Mrs.' 'Glenn Miller customers again.TAXPAYERS services were Wedlesday
go toward St. Marys Church ] morning at Carey purpose of informing the pub-
fence fund. 'announced this :week they ]land Funeral Home Chapel, lie about the plans of ITT-
have assumed management.. 'TO MEET Drlando. Graveside servicesvere Rayonler as they are devel-

TIDE TABLETides cf the AlA Restaurant at at 2 p. m. Wednesday at oping.
NIGHT 7:30
"- Flagler Beach. MONDAY lope Cemetery with the Rev. Bill Lenssen reported that
For July 24-30 Flagler Beach' Taxpayers 'J r.[ Shelton Brooks, officiating. Mel Conner Associates have
The Millers, who have successfully -
HIGH LOW Association will meet Monday Active pallbearers were completed most of their sur

Day A.M_ P.M. AM, : P.M. operated :the bus-! July 28 at 7:30 p., m. in ']toscoe: Lynn C. B. Eisenbach, vey of Flagler County and
24 2:54 3:42: 9:06': 10:06': ness. for a number of years;v the Flagler Beach Municipal Lee: Blakely Gene Bowers, were ready'for a public meet
25 4:00: 4:48: 10:06: 11:06: recently placed' It under the Recreation Hall for their regular helton Barber: and Ralph ing In'the near future.. At
86 5:06: 5:54 1.1:12 11:59 'management: .their daughter monthly meeting. Presi larbert. Honorary pallbearers ,this time they will reveal
27 6:12 6:54: 1.2:06 12:12: and. son' in-law. .Mr 'and, dent William'Richter will pre. were, Paul Forsyth, Kenneth their findings and present
28 7:12' 7:48 1:06 1.:06 Mrs... Leonard Richardson; who side. J lunter. Clare Biddle Clyde their proposals to' .Flagler
29 8:12 8:42: 1:54: 2:00 ''have returned 'to,their homeIn All Interested persons are Lewis: Melton Pellicer,> and County and Flagler >Beach for'
30 9:06: 9:30: 2:48: 3:00: Orlando. urged to attend. Jimmy Harter. future planning.


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THURS.. JULY 24 1969
Ente---: ; Q8 second claaa matter
February 6. 1913 at the po tofflce -
I DUNNELL. KLOHIOA at Bunnell. Florida under
Act j'f March 3. 1878. C ( Lean Western "CENTER CUT"
'Editor *n4, PublUharSBETTB3 Joe Per CeP7 c
S. McDANIEL ,f OM'.: T-..mrSUc A '. ,,,....,.,,........... .31w" .eCMfINC., Pork Chops
Ne w. Editor M.a... '.280O.tal.e

De."t.d aew.paper. for all Flacler Count'
Le1 Adr.rt/alas 4.00 Per Yea



Sunday afternoon and evening we kept hearing people

say ""Amazing". "I can't believe It", or "It Just doesn't, seem U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

possible.Those' probably were the reactions the world over to one ROAST lbm 68 i I

of the most amazing human and scientific feats of modern his.
tory. And. to be able to sit In your living room and watch all
the dramatic events unveiled made It even more spectacular.

America has had so many great achievements In the realmof U. S. D. A. CHOICE
engineering and science that this writer figured the moon A

walks would be Just another event In our mastery ,of space. Ib. 787S
But this was different. There was a great feeling of pride SHOULDER
and accomplishment. There was even ,a great feeling of beingan ,
American as we saw the stars and stripes implanted In the

dust and rocks of the moon. .
Choice JuicyALL
We even forgot the resentment we had toward HEW and the
liberal decisions of the Supreme Court for the moment and said
"How proud we are to be Americans." MEAT STEW Ib

When the president announced last week that Monday i
would /toe a national holiday our first reaction was "just anoth.
er gimmic to' give the federal employees a holiday while the --- -- "" -
rest of us have to work." Streak O'Lean "Mixed" SMOKED & WHITE

'But, really this event will go down In history as much WHITE BACON BACON .
greater ,than most of the national holidays we already observe.In .
our way of thinking It Is the most notable event since the lb. lb.
discovery that the earth was round and thus opened up new j 53e (Ends & Pieces) 3ge
continents to be explored. .

We were proud of the president when 'he 'congratulated the
Fresh Florida Grade '"A" D & D WHOLElb.
astronauts by "long distance telephone" In the name of the
whole wide world. In a peaceful gesture to the world his message
to the Base of Tranquility 'was most fitting. It was not
boastful but pride in mankind. 33C

Then, we consider how different American space feats are .
from those of the Russians. While the Russian space ventures

have_ been made in complete secrecy ours are made open for w
the whole world to,,see We know how when where and why
"of every space Journey.'The Russians only: tell their people what

they want them tQ know after the Journey Is completed.We Small Ideal for Meaty Bar-B-Q SPARE RIBS lb. 781|

were fearful over the weekend that the Russian space

vehicle orbiting the.moon,would either upstage or Interfere with .
our moon landing. But the secrecy of the mission proved It a.. Lyke's / 15 oz. Can \
complete dud what with America doing everything out In the
with the whole world For '$ ( CARNATIONEVAPORATED ,
open, watching. BEEF STEW 3 .
So, as Nell Armstrong said in stepping:off 'the. ladder---fend Flavors '
touching the moon,''That's one small step for man,'a'giant leap Duncan JHines (Ass't.: MILK

: for'mankind.." J'ohnA.-CIegg:? CAKE/ MIXES 3 For $1 6 Cans Tall '1:00:

J' .. All Flavors 46 oz. Can
Hawaiian '' For 6 with $5.00 or more food order
ed a new,star arid pointed it PUNCH 8geLimit ,
I Too Late out to a local amatuer astron :

I I omer. It turned out to be a Hunt's 20 'oz. BottleCATSUP
lantern over the U. S. Weather
To ClassifyBy Bureau across, the lake.A 3 For $:*rOO SUN SPUN

Russell Kay couple of Leesburg
youngsters dug up an ancient Giant OLEO
Looking through some old Indian pot''from a mound near,
files recently I found severalold town. It ,was placed on exhibition ZiVORY Ea 4ge .
newspapers published In in the village square. '
Leesburg In 189091. The Prince Murat ,was visiting 2 & ,
Weekly Leesburger. dated Florida and was experimenting (in ..) 29
,Nov. 15 '1890 another dated with shrubs and herbs. FOLGER'S '
Oct. 10, 1890 another May 2, He is reported as having killed '
1891. and another dated Feb. and eaten a buzzard but COFFEE '
21, 1891. The paper was pub. stated It was not as tasty as ; .
lished by Jordon & Luning. most other fouls. Citizens appealed BORDEN'SICE .
Supscrlptlon rate was $1.50 to the city council to 1 Ib 470
a year.It do something about dogs run Tin MILK
was rather refreshing to ning loose and digging up
look over newspapers that yards. Merchant, E. H. Mote Limit 1 with, $5.00. or more, food orde*
carried no stories of crime has Just completed a new HALF '
riots wars accidents and the home next to the Methodist ,
like. Front pages carried such Church on Main Street at the
headlines as "The Mystery of cost of over 5000. J. T. Ivy FRESH PRODUCE (Ass't Flavors))
Lamp Rock", Strange South' Tax Collector announced results
-L em Birds", Independent Mexico" of a tax sales with lots U. S. No. JlPOTATOES
r ., "Hunting Tigers In In being sold from $1.24 to $23.00
't. dia", How Queen Victoria for a 16 block tract. : .
r' Travels". ::10"st 490 "NEW IMPROVED",
The ads were Interesting.Work .
:: F. P. Fleming was
z governor ,
shirts were advertisedat Sweet JuicyPEACHES
' of Florida John L. Crawford
20 cents each.
;1 Secy. of State W. P. Lamar, lb.
35 cents. Mr. Butler adver.
Atty. Gen., F. J. Pons Treasur. / 190
tlsed fine
, a, dwelling house for
i er and W. D. Bloxham Comp-
" rent at $6.0p a month.
t troller. They w_ ere listed on Juicy Ripe 3 Tta 590
the masthead as a matter of Patent medicine ads were E
i' public Information.The common Including "Castorla WATERMELONS <" ,,5ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Feb. 21 1891 Issue re. that children cry for".. Pennyroyal :
cords the death of General W. Pills", German Syrup
'F Sherman In a six line Item. for Consumption". Bell-cap-
The fact that Gen. Bullockwas 'sic plasters for rheumatism
suffering from stomach kidney pains and lame back"
trouble seemed more Import. "Dr King's Germetuer natures
1 ant so ,It was given a 10 line remedy for Just about any.
.Item. thing and everything." ,I '
1. It seemed that Col. Merrill Travelers had a choice of RODGERS
had been looking Into state a ,boat or train trip to Jack II
finances and found them In sonville. The Clyde Steam till
desperate condition. So It appears ship Co. advertised trips be.
conditions have not Improved tween cities and the St. Johns .. mil
very much In the last River' Line offered low rates
80 and fast schedules. lUllii
years. Railroads HIM"1
'' t{ Unidentified objects In the offered trunk line servjce on OPEN SUNDAYS; Phone 437-3227
sky were recorded when a cit the Peninsular and Southernas 8OO a.m.- 1 s00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
izen thought he had discover- did E. T. V. & G. System. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good
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was wonderful during my stay Admissions: t.
'Paiien which was very' friendly." 3\\ CHURCH .' i
l'9 "The nurses and nurses Emma Varnes, Yoshlko Yan- 'I

aides were most efficient and agida,..Yanaglda Baby Girl, '
'Kind. ,Always cheerful and Janle Tlngley,?lEthel McMill -
't.a;:, U 9----
SpecjkincjBy 'an, Mary Gibson, WIlliam' '
\ -willing no matter how busy.I' .. .
shall always remember Cobb, Armetha Durrance, Otis -.< -

HOMER XL BENTLEY those who we ie so very help Evans William Woodfln,
ful when I heeded them. I did Mary Ann Chandler, Bonnie CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE!: FLAGLER COUNTY .

Administrative DirectorIt not feel very enthused about Hazelllefr Austie Durrance, CHURCH DIRECTORYCATHOLIC

going back to a large hospital Robert Bertha, Del urls Rowe, CHURCH SERVICES

for my surgery and I am so Charles Donahue\ bonna SUNDAY JULY 27

glad I chose your more per. Broa str et. :? r ?, :oJ CHURCHESThe

sonal facility inste d. Thanksto Discharges; TTruth" Is the subject of Rev Father Anthony

you all, from the fine doctors the Lesson-Sermon for this Leon. Pastor

to the Juice boy fur making Edwin Bell, Clifton Webb, Sunday's services in Christian
my stay in Bunnell Gen Ethel Sayers, Yoshlko Yanag- Science churches. All are wel St. Marys Church Korona

eral Hospital much easier." Ida, Baby Girl Yanagida come. Sunday Mass..__..__._ 7:30 a. m.
This is the type,.at satisfact Grace Watt, John Campbell In the Responsive Reading'are Weekday Masses: Monday
tion one' gets In the''management ".*Mary McDonald, Barbara these words from John: Wednesday and Friday 8:30a.

of a facility of this type. Pearson, William Gentry, "For I have not spoken of myself m.Blessed.
The personal attention rend Ethel McMillan, Senie Morris, ; but the Father which

ered, the thoughtfulness of Ola Robinson, Jasper Brad- sent me, he gave me a com Sacrament Chapel

the individuals' rendering It dock, Stella Cauley, Charles mandment, what I should say, Flagler Beach .

and the response from the Meekins, Eddie Rouse, Melln- and what I should speak." Sunday Mass ............9:00 a. m.

'general public that receivesIt. da Hazellief, Georgena Dem- A related passage from Weekday Masses: Tuesday .
oustes, Henley Combs.L. Science and Health with Keyto Thursday and Saturday at
, the Scriptures by Mary 9:00: a. m.Catechism.

The pews have ,been Installed Baker Eddy states: "Truth Is Classes. 3:00: p. m.
revealed. It needs'only to be Tuesday.St. .
r and we are requesting organizations T. HART ELECTED TO practiced."
to memorialize
either one or both of these AMERICAN ANGUS ASSN. Stephens Bunnell
were' STEAK FRY Sunday Mass:..._...10:3O a. m. ,
pews that made by the -
Bunnell Cabinet Shop. L. T. Hart, Bunnell has been AT HARGETTS Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.

gives one a great sense elected to ;membership In the Members of the Tuesday.
r, of satisfaction when the --"Pa CHAPEL FUND American Angus Association Matherly Confessions before all masses.
Sunday School
tient Opinion Poll" which is at St. Joseph, I Missouri, an. Class of the Weekday Devotion: Novenato
'1 mailed routinely to each patient Contributions to the Chapel nounces Lloyd D. Miller, sec. First nell Baptist Church of Bun- Our Lady Wednesday. and
Fund still In slow- enjoyed a steak fry at
I'' that Is discharged from are coming retary. Saturday after Mass.
the facility, is returned to, theDlrecto'r's ly, however, all equlupmentfor the Jimmy, Hargett home
were 359 Tuesday
member evening.
'' the 'chapel has finally arrived -
office with com Community Memorial
ships issued to 'breeders of
and the dedication of '
ments. I should like to quoteto Church
you a few of the comments the chapel is scheduled for the registered Aberdeen-Angus in Daytona Are-. Flagler Beach
received this past month."I the week of August 15, 1969. month.States during the Why Reverend R. W. Dickert. Pastor
have been In General Deadlines for having a per.son's Sunday School, ...___.._.._..9:45

in different name on the memorial Worship Service ..._.._.._..11:00
states Hospitals but this many hospital here plaque is August 5, 1969. To The Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof
J those of who have, intend.
in Bunnell was so different, you do-it-yourself each month at 2 p. m.
ed to contribute but have not
the people treated me as If I Christian
as ,yet, please mail your con. I
was one of the family. The THRIFTCOIN Baptist ChurchRev.
tributions or bring them In
nurses were so good' all' of directly to the Administrative Charles Anders. Pastor
'them, as were all of the other Science Moody Boulevard Bunnell
Director so that the necessary
people that worked there and CAR WASH Sunday School..___.9:45' a. m.
nameplate can be made out
I don't have words' to Worship Service..J.1OO
Just Monitor : a. m.
and affixed to the memorial
say how good everyone was plaque in' the chapel. 25 Evening Worship..._7:30: p. m.
to me. The nicest place I was Memorial for Kenneth McDonald Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. '..

ever in" so keep up, the good by Mary: : M. McDonald recommends Wednesday -
i work. '' -,
and Lucy Dearing. Famous pressure spray
Another comment received Memorial for Charles Ma. gives your car.., a "long-last. readjour First United Methodist

recently Is as follows' : they Akl "The attitude'of' the com son 'FI'' nrtlgart.- new again.'New cars washed Rev. Earle A. Wilder. 'Pastor ,.
plete hospital staff to! me as, regularly with Thrift-T scientific localnewspaper'
Memorial for the Departed : Sunday School.945 a. m.
a patient and to my visitors Comrades-of Jim Bpoe Chapter formula, do not ,need to Worship Service.__11OO a. m.
,t,;! -welljas; everything!, eJseAyas} ,, .3 :86'by the same chapter of be waxed or'polished..ever. Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45
superior. Everything'' :"*vys / 1 AV. Come on out and: try it. .' 'p. m. Wednesday

A-OK. Thank'you' for everything Memorial for' Earl 'E. Thiel Children Choir Rehearsal:
just keep up the good Your local newspaper Is a wide range
by Mrs. Bessie B Thiel. 2nd and 4th Thursday at. 3
THRIF-T with features. Its
work. newspaper many
A donation 3
from Lavert p. m
It also
emphasis Is on local news.
"Everyone was kJlJ1dand
very Clemons and sisters.' MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
considerate". '" reports the major national and international .
news.' 6:30 p. :!':n.'
Still another stated, .CAR'WASHus THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOU WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
"I coudn't have asked' tor, TROUPFR I BILL: SAYS ;
any better hospital, the.service ,. '-:, RENEW YOURDRIVER'S 1 We specialize In analyzing and Inter Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday .

was Just j perfect." LICENSE .I. BUNNELL. FLORIDAP. preting the Important national and at 8 p. m. ;

And finally, S. Don't forget to do international, news.,Our Intention Is Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes-
''1 think the personnel and DURING YOUR YOUI'1aundzy to bring the news into sharper focus.
the whole staff of the hospital BIRTH MONTH at Amy's Laundry. The Monitor has a world-wide staff of day at 7:15 p. m.
correspondents-some of them rank
among the world's finest. And the Flagler Beach United .

.' Monitor's Incisive, provocative editorials Methodist ChurchDR.
are followed just as closelyby
the men on Capitol Hill as they DALLAS BROWNING.
j ... are by 'the Intelligent, concerned PASTOR
adult on Main Street. Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach

2'c: [ F r s.r ,. WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR) Church School..._._...9OO a.im.
.r I IELS <, You probably know the Monitor's pro- Morning Worship..J.O:00 a. m.
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s i. world's finest newspapers. Try the PENTECOSTAL
Monitor; see how it will take you
above the average newspaper reader. HOLINESS CHURCH
Just fill out the coupon below. Bunnell. Off Franz St.
QuALIfY' ------------ Reverend T. D. Peacock. Pastor
""' i' CONSTRUCTION .._ The Christian Science Monitor Sunday School.._..10:00 a. m.

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; Today, everyone knows that money Is scarce. Everyone except Jim Walter.We have all i
tt the mortgage money need to build now.We offer 1OO% financing to qualified prop '
,( erty owners. Choose from over 2O different Jim Walter built homes, from one bedroom First Baptist Church
4 oaf in rut to four bedrooms. By building now you'll avoid the rising cost of new horn construction. HASTINGS MATTRESS
44, I fOllOWIHG tOCATIONl: So why wait when If* so easy for you to build now. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS N. Central Ave.. Flagler Beach
',1 Rev. Max HalL Pastor
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THUHS., JULY :&4. 1969

'1 1I 1t Would YouBelieve OLIVER M. HOWARD,


?I 1 a It Happened In Flaglov Mrs. Virginia K. Kiwala,

H t. : 7 ,,1 ard Bunnell New and Smyrna Oliver Beach M.. How were STRYKER BABY BOY

: married Saturday' afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Judson Stry-
t i Ten Years Ago at the home of Rev. and Mrs.T. ker Sandy Parks Apart.

Michael' ,, Parker was one of Shelton Brooks Moody ment Holly Hill, are parentsof
25 students from Florida's Blvd., Bunnell. a seven pound-eleven ounce
fI' secondary schools selected to Rev. Brooks officiated at the son born Friday, July 18 at
I'I I attend the National Science ceremony. It was a small Halifax Hospital, Daytona
Foundation' program at the family wedding.The Beach.

44 University of Florida.0 bride wore a seafoam He is the grandson, of J. A,
(- -) blue crepe dress and an or Babbitt Flagler Beach. Mrs.

Judy Lewis was In Gainesville ,chid corsage. Irene Breece, Flagler Beach,
attending the High The bride a native of Bun- is' the paternal grandmother.MRS. .
School Journalism Institute at ,inell owns and operates the
the University of Florida.0 Beauty Hut in Bunnell. Mr.
lf (- -) Howard Is a native of Win- YELVINGTON-
i: The new sanctuary of Bun- chester, Texas and Is employed HONORED AT
.' nell First Baptist Church was at Cape Kennedy as an
MRS. OLIVER M. HOWARD the former Mrs. Virginia K.
dedicated Sunday. July 12. engineer for Boeing Company. STORK SHOWER
honored at bridal shower. morning at
Kiwala was a Saturday 1959.
After a wedding trip to an
the home of Mrs. Walter Knight, 900 East Lambert Ave.,. Bun. (o-) undisclosed destination, Mr. Mrs. Jan Spangler and Mrs.

nell. Jo Ann* Morris was elected and Mrs. Howard will make Jim Burnsed were hostessesat
The honoree, second from rightt, is shown at the refreshmenttable member of the School BoardIn their home at 20 Oliver Drive a Stork Shower last Wed-

with hostesses 1 to r, Mrs. Knlghlt, Mrs. Myrna Knight the Girls State County Office New Smyrna Beach. nesday night honoring Mrs.
Mack Yelvington. The lovely
election In Tallahassee
t and Mrs. Curtis Deen. >
I .. affair was at the home of
( )
Green, ,yellow and white was the color scheme used In the Miss Minnie Duncan'return. Mrs. Fred Skolar, Palm Avenue
ed to her home at Flagler
I artistic flower arrangements placed at vantage points In the 20 Years: Ago Bunnell.
Beach Thursday after spend
home. A pink color scheme
Lanny Alford, BHS Junior ing a week at Cincinnati
A picturesque wedding bell arrangement encircled with was selected to go to Tallahassee Ohio visiting Mr. and Mrs. used in the attractive decorations

white daisies Interspersed with greenery pale green net 'and as Flagler County'srepresentative Bob Etheridge. and refreshments. Ice
gypsophila formed the centerpiece for the serving :table over- to Boys State cream cake and coffee were
served the
t laid with a white Irish linen embroidered cloth. The table ar- ,(-0-) Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris by to
": ranged with a silver coffee service and crystal punch bowl, helda Rev. John, M. Dlckson had and son, Pvt. Randy Morris twenty-flve Invited guests.
deledtable assortment of foods. accepted the pastorate of the have/ returned home after visiting games were
dainty party
played winners
Bunnell. Baptist Church.0 at Glasgow, Ky. a week prize were
J" Assisting with the serving were Mrs. M. B. Fuller Mrs. ,(- -) with Walter's mother Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Strickland,' Mrs.

Martin McDanlel, Mrs. Harry Atkinson Mrs. W. W..Deen .and, John Cyzyckl left to visit Walter Morris. Wilbur Holdridge and Mrs.
I Miss Paula Kiwala. his native, home In Poland.He Flynn Edmonson.

planned to return to his David Clark and David Jr.
home at Kororra In October. returned to San Leandro California VISITS GRANDPARENTS
(-0-) after a visit in Flagler
Mrs. E. H. Threadgill returned CELEBRATES Miss Sharon Zalewski Indianapolis
Beach with Mrs.
Jock Clark.
John Blelejeski Bunnell Indiana and Miss
to her home at Flag- BIRTHDAYRita ,
had been named' to the Deans Pam Watson Greenfield, Indiana -
ler Beach Monday after spend-
Friends of Bill
Gentry Bun-
List at the University of
week In Washington Pellicer celebrated her are visiting in Bunnell
ing a
nell will be
Florida for scholastic achieve- sorry to learn he
and fQurteenth at with Sharon's grandparents,
D. C. visiting her son birthday a par. is a patient at the Gainesville
family Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ty Monday: ,afternoon at her ment. Veterans Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Zalew-
Hospital, where he
, Threadgill. and at Atlanta home, Moore St., Bunnell. t(-0-) underwent ski.
Ga. with her son and daughter Traditional birthday refreshments II. L. Ward had been assigned surgery Monday.
In law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam of cake and ice by the Florida Power and
Threadgill and family. cream were served to fifteenof Light Company as maintenance .
Rita's friends. man here.

i Weekend houseguests at the HOME FROM VISIT Two brothers. Ray Laurence
home of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mrs. S. H. Cameron returned Mercer and Claude Lamar MA WELL BE YOUR LAST CHANCE :TO

McGrlff were Mr. and Mrs. home Friday after spend- Mercer, both of Bunnell re- SEE. THIS EPIC
James Newsome and child- ing a week at Sylvester Ga. received their degrees of- MOTION PICTURE

yen and Mr. and Mrs. -Jim visiting her sisters-in-law, Bachelor. Science In Educa- .
'Dunwoody and daughter, Cindy Misses' Mag Audry Cameronand tion Florida.I:from the1 University':of THE MOST POPULAR PICTURE.uT) OUR TIME?

all of Gainesville.Mrs. ,Eva Bell Cameron. .
Dunwoody and Cindy (-0-) ..2q.

remained for several days. Saturday visitors at the Thirty Years Ago .
I visit with the McGriffs. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. f,1 RODCERSrHAMMERSTEINSROBERT I ,

Craig Bunnell, were Mr. and Rev. W. T. Brantley, Seminole WISE
SUMMER VISITORS Mrs. J. D. Stone and son' of" was appointed pastor of ,
i Mrs. Loretta Stuart and her Rockledge, Florida. Bunnell Methodist Church. *
father, George Hunter, Green- Rev. Brantley replaced Rev. r
wood Lake, N. Y. arrived VISITS IN ATLANTAMrs. O. Sewell, who was appointedas D'lI\Vf > ,

Tuesday afternoon at Flagler Harry Atkinson and pastor of church in Tam ,

Beach .to spend the summerat sons Boyce and Reed visited pa. "'
their home, 151 .Avalon In Atlanta (-0-)
Ga. last week
1\> "
Avenue. with Mr. and Mrs. Miles Flagler' County would re- &
Mrs. Stuart Is a member of Moody. ceive 899135.and the county .. _

the Long Island School: sys- Boyce remained for a visit schools 3891.34 as the resultof ,.-;*(i'.,' :""" 1:"...' .
tem faculty. with his a court ,order of Circuit p .io,.
aunt and uncle and .: ;<' ., .>.;;.
Judge Johnson that railroads -;::;; :
Mickey Atkinson who had ": :$'
FISH FRY been visiting there several of Florida must pay$1,012,251 /
AT BEACHMr. days, returned horn'e'with his In disputed taxes. within. 30

and Mrs. S. J. Tllton mother and brother Reed. days.' ,. .
Jr. invited a group of friendsto '(-o-)

a flsh-fry Sunday eveningat Mr.. and Mrs. Fred McKenzie A construction contract had 4
their home at Flagler Lakeland' visited. In Bun- been let by: the State ,Road
Beach. nell Tuesday and Dept. for paving the Kotona-
. About twelve couples join- with Mr. and Mrs.Wednesday'Herbert Ormond stretch- of. State .Road.
' affair.ed the hosts 'for the outdoor Allen. 4. (-0-) ,y.- WINNER OF 5

. William .5-
; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Howe bell of Anderson Indiana Camp- Bunnell Town Commission COLOR :' Including

f I'' and daughter Barbara Hla- visiting at Flagler Beach are ers called a.special.election to ,
I leah visited in Bunnell last Trailer Park with his elect a commissioner for the
r F week with Mrs. Howe's brother Mrs. Mary McDonald mother unexpired term:of F.,W. Hoop.

it and family, Mr. and Mrs. aunt, Mrs.,_Lucy Dearing.and his er. The. commission declared
I Ferris Solomon and children., -. -- '- the seat' of Commissioner Picture"r
'. Hooper vacant,due to the fact
V S Tony Kahlert returned home the ,town's charter specified
. Thursday from Fayetteville PLAZA if any :commissioner, was absent -
.N. C. where he visited three TheatrePALATKA four' consecutive ,meetIngs -
days with his son and daughter the" seat was declared va-
in law Lt. and Mrs. Tam cant. S
Kahlert and daughter Dana. (-0-)
THURS. Thru WED.. Alarge audience attended

MON. THRU WED. ACADEMY AWARD Flagler the' Flag Beach.Day, Flagler Program County RICHARD HAYDN 1.TM'N:; .DM''' :II= gll''l(ELEANOR PARKER.;

"FantasticVoyage" NOMINEE citizens gave an attractiveand ......... -- r-.IAutuurun I__*ROBERT WISE
Instructive program at RICHARD RODGERS I "" "

BEST SONG the Flagler, Beach Casino. .. MII"-I,r..i-..../j.4.d OSCAR A.w.A.. +HAMMERSTEIN,q A II I ERNEST i LEHMAN,
? Iy+b IOaIS ttvvII.A.d' ,.
which Included talk on,patriotism y Ao Io Urpb h..
CHI rr y CHrmr raising of 'the flag;

-AND- BANG BANG and a' patriotic. musical, pro .I B'UNNELL CINEMADue
gram. The audience was
ong charmed by military dance to
.-IN- numbers presented by six crowd Jercpected nightly; Sunday
: .Escapes"Both CHITTY pretty Flagler Beach young ... Matinee Will be shown at 3. p. m.
Mrs. Boyce Raulerson
in Color and: Scope BANG BANG"TECHNICOLOR Misses women Winifred Baker Marlal Adults ,$1.00 Children ,t6Sc (under 12)

Bunnell Cinema Ranger, Flossie Wickline, Ed- THE BEST '
na Moody, and Isla Fuquay.Mrs. COSTS A LITTLE ,.MORES
C. O. Magee was soloist. .


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THURS.. JULY 24. ,1969

Lt. Steve Chappell TO WHOM IT MAY thattthe TAX DEED
and his Regents.In YOU will take notice FICTITIOUSICE:
given that
Is hereby
wife Capt. Pat Chappell the petitioners will on Notice
undersigned J. Seale the holder of'
return Income from the at 9:30 A. M. undersigned will register Johnny
August 1069. : that
Pat 4 : certificate has
former Nlesen have following
arrived sale of the product will be make application, to the Hoard with the Clerk of the Circuit the filed said certificate for a tax

at Lakenheaith Air Force shared with the developersof of County Commissioners of U ldld.ndu for Flagler: deed. to be Issued thereon. The
Base England; for ,an assign. Flagler County, Florida to va.- County of publication' of this ,certificate number and year the ;
the product, Drs. E. L. cate and return to acreage a prpof the description of
ment of duty with the subdivision the following fictitious. Issuance i
U. S. Fouts professor of dairy portion of the following notice property.. and the name In which
Flagler County. Flori- name:
Air Force.Lt. follows
MARINAand It was assessed are as :
science, and R. J. Cade pro FLAGLER BEACH
da: Certificate No.8. Year of Issuance -
Chappell Is officer In fessor of medicine. Each a. Block t. 10. 12. 13. 14. BOAT WORKS 1966: Description of property
1 R 1ft* located at North 23rd Street and :
charge of Weapons Lot 19. Block: 7. JohnsonBeach
System will receive 25 percent of the b. Block 11 except Lots 1.. Highway uJ :lterv.r BeachFlorida : Subdivision. Assessed to
Security. Capt. Chappell Is In royalties :from' the sale of the 2. 3, 4. 5,' 8, 7. .8, 9. lOb 11. willengage I { Y. J. Cosmo.
in the business buying
all lo k
c. Also except
the Nurse Corps Their new product. selling storing letting for hire In addition to the above the

address Is Box 96-48th. Secur. --- 114. Also except high Street: maintenance boats and marine following on certificates said property are: outstanding

Ity Police Sqd., APO New York LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: ed e.street Also except through the Block unnam-11 fire equipment the only and persons the undersigned InterestedIn Certificate No. 55: Year of Issuance
1968; Holder J. J. Seale.
09179. said business. ,
and Block 11-A extended
NOTICE Assessed to: V. J. Cosmo.
Pursuant to of Flor- from High' Street to South Dated at Bunnell. Florida .
provisions Certificate No. 61: Year of Issuance -
"CA TOR GO" ida Statutes notice Is hereby Street: this 16th Matthew day of July B. A.DeMoustes D. 1969. 1969; Holder: Stanley
given that public meeting will f. Also except South Street / Novak. Assessed to: .V. J. Co.-
The State Board of Regents be held August 4. from High Street west to Include /Georgene B. DeMoustes* '
1969. .08npal' the aiFlagler Lot 13. Block 11. Attorney atBLawaw mo.Unless such certificates shallbe
approved an agree. Mosquito Control Dis All In Depont Railway and redeemed according to law
ment and trict. Board of Land Company Subdivision of P. O. Box 296
assignment of Commissioners the property suchcertificates
Florida 32019July
at the office 1002( Daytona Avenue Flagler County. Florida recorded Bunnell. l describe\ 0 the
rights for a new milk drink Flakier Beach, for the purpose In Map Book 2. Pane 26 In 17. 24. 31. Aug. 7. 4tc highest. bidder at the front,door
called "Gator Go" developedat of discussing the tentative the office of the Clerk of the Circuit of the Flagler County Courthouse -
the Budget for fiscal year ending Court of St. Johns County. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT on the first Monday In the
University of Florida.All September 30. 1970. Florida. 23 October 1916. and recorded month of August 1969. which Is
rights, including trademark EAST FLAGLER MOS- In Plat Book 1. Page 15. REQUEST FOR IIIDS the 4th day of August 1969 at
QUITO CONTROL DIS- In the office of the Clerk of the Notice Is hereby given that the legal hour of sale to-wit:
patents and Income TRICT Circuit Court of Flagler County. the Board of County Commissioners 11:00 A. M.
from the sale of the product Lyman Chairman Florida 15 June 1922. of e"I3ugli8: lI, Florida this
L.J' Ige2.4, 31, 2tc. I+Milton A. "Wetherlngrton Florida, will receive 30R.at3yfBJ'Uune. 1969.
Frances Wetherington until the 4th day of August A. (Seal)
FOR RENT-Furnished 1-bedroom July 24. 31 2tc. D.. 1969, at the hour of 9:00 o' GEORGE M: MOODY
clock a. m. In the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
CLASSIFIED apartment near oceanon TL.BOA1. 4DVERTISEMENT_ Clerk of the Circuit Court In the Flagler County, Florida
North Central Avenue. Flagler County Courthouse for July 3. 10. 17 & 24. 1969. 4to "
IMSTIUCT1. To be delivered to Flagler COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
t. i1 111 FOR ADDED /INCOME Notice is hereby given that a County Stockade. Bunnell. Florida FLAGLEK COUNTY. KLOR1-
WE SECURE LOCATIONS special meeting Tof the ownersof when and as ordered. I>A
land situated the Blmlnl The Board reserves the rightto PRORATE NO. 913
Reliable man or woman want- Drainage District In Flagler reject any and all bids. ESTATE OF

ed as distributors In this area County, ,1s Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this GRACE M. GESCHKE
the bF1 filer
held f
GARDENSLet ed to In 22nd daY' of August, A. D. 1969. Deceased. .-
us help beautify Flagler to service route for National County Courthouse. Bunnell BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Anacin the 29th day of July OF FLAGLER TO
Advertised Atka.Seltzer, Florida on :
County. Large variety of evergreens A. D. 1969 at 3 o'clock P. M. for COUNTY FLORIDA ALL PERSONS HAVING ,
palms hedge plants. Bufferln and Bayer As- the purpose of electing one mem- OTIS S. HUNTER. 'Chairman CLAIMS OR DEMANDSAGAINST
pirins sold through our latest ber to Ute Board of Supervisors ATTEST: SAID ESTATE: <
5% miles S of Bunnell on for the term of three years and GEORGE M. MOODY. Clerk You. and each of you are here-
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc modern vending machine In to attend to such other business July 24 and, 31, 1969. 2tc. by notified and required to file ,
handy plastic pill boxes. pertaining to the district that t any claims and demands which
may come before the meeting.At LEGAL 'ADVERTISEMENT you. or either of you. may. have
SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain Dealerships now being estab- such election each and against said estate In the officeof
lished and appointed upon every acre of land In the said PUBLIC NOTICE Honorable T. K. McKnl ht.
fields Installed: Rota-Roter District shall be entitled to one. Notice la hereby given to all County Judge of Flagler County -
snail shell. Reasonable prices. our acceptance. Will not interfere vote in person or by proxy in Interested parties that the Flag- at his office In the CourtHouse
with your present employment writing signed ler County School Board has In Bunnell Florida, within
Call George Jarosz 437.3410 acre of 1 :..1'o byohlria: in available for purchase in bulk six calendar months from the
8-1-tJ as locations can be said District. Guardians may.reprepent" as Is condition approximately time of the first publication of
serviced evenings or weekends their warda. Executorsand 500 pounds of unusable and obsolete this notice. Each claim or demand -
administrators may represent textbooks. Any interested must be In writing and
FOR SALE-1969 Singer zigzag collect and refill ma- the estates of d party should contact the General contain the place of residenceand
corporations Supervisor of Schools. P. O.
chines. sons and private post office address of the
In cabinet. Blind hems .may be represented by their officers Box 766 Bunnell. Florida tele- claimant and must be sworn to
sews on buttons 'Earning potential $450.00 a or duly authorized agents. phone 437-3327 between 9:00: a. by the claimant his agent or
dresses month, or more depending on It Is ordered that this notice, m. and 4:00 p. m. attorney or the same shall be
makes buttonholes, etc. Full be published each week for two Bids 'will be received by tbe
size of route. This is Multi- void.ALLEN
tax Included. Or a consecutive weeks In The Flag- Flagler.County School Board in E. GESCHKE. Jr.
price $52.20 Million, dollar a year busi- ler Tribune, a newspaper published the office of the superintendent, GRACE M. ABEL
terms available. For free home In County Flor county courthouse In Bunnell. WILLIAM H. GESCHKEAs
call Credit ness. ida., up to and until "Wednesday Executors and Execu-
demonstration Cash investment of $1,900.00to Date of first publication July August 13. 1969. This noticeshall trix of said estate.
Manager 9 a. m. til 9 p. m., is alsoa 17, A. D 1969. appear 1 In the Flagler Tribune First publication on 3 July 1969.
Collectt 3880785. $3,410.00 required, By order of Board of Super- for three consecutive Leland B. Shaw
Jacksonville, good car and 5 to 10 spare visors. j weeks and reflects State Board Attorney for Executors and
July 17 TFC A. B. JOHNSTON.Presklent.. of Education Regulation 1307. ExecutrixBox
hours week. If meet
a you jean ATTEST 296Bunnell
these requirements and cash Attest Florida
ITEMS FOR SALE: Fedders Investment: and are, sincerely O. F. ALFORD)., Secretary. JAMES O. CRAIGSuperintendent July 3. 10. 17 & 24. 4tc.
B., T U. air July 17. 24, 2tc
220 volt-16,000 "
interested, In 'a fast repeat July 22, 1969. > "
conditioner; Camera, Mlran- LEGAL' ADVERTISEMENT July 24. 31. Aug. 7. Stc. ;\; LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
business of: own then
( your
35 MM ,2 .. "
1 da Sensorex. extra '
lenses; 3-piece bedroom suite; and telephone number for Notice Is hereby given that KL.AUL.EMl COUNTY. FLORIDA -
the Board of County Commissioners ,
local 'personal Interview witha of Flagler County will.meet TAX DEED IN PRORATE NO. 817
July 24 3tc. Company- Representative. with the County Tax Assessor Notice Is hereby given that Estate of
.. at the County Commis LUTA OIULIETTI.
Johnny J. Seale the holder of
Headache-Bar Vendors Corp. sioners' room Ih the Courthouse Deceased.
certificate has Sled
sale the following
7578 Olive Boulevard Bunnell Florida. a.t the hour said certificate for a tax deedto NOTICE TO CREDITORS
chest $10; baby bed $8; 20 In. 1:00 P. M. on Monday. August be Issued thereon. The certificate TO: ALL PERSONS HAVING
University City. Mo. 63130 4, A. D. 1969. for the purpose of number and of issuance CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
electric stove '$20; rug $45; year
hearing complaints and receivIng the description of the AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
portable TV $20; couch $35; ", .AA.... testimony as to the value property. and the name In hereby, and each of you are
: of any lsetV, real or personal which it assessed are as notified and required to
jalousie windows $3; .heavy O. F. ALFORD as the County Assessor follows was file any claims and demands

commercial vice $10; pipe of Taxes, and for the Certificate"No. 7: Year of Issuance which you. or either of you. may
purpose of perfecting reviewIng have against said estate In the
Rea! Estate Broker
1966 Description of
vice $5 lot of antique dishes ; prop-
; and equallclnz the assessments erty: Lot 19, Block 3. Johnson office of Honorable T. K. Mc-
chest table, picture frames the value of which shall Beach Subdivision. Knight County Judge of Flag-
Registered have been fixed by the County Assessed. and ler County at his office In the
to Mary
: George
and banjo clock. 601 S. Central
Assessor of Taxes or changedby Larue. Court House In Bunnell. Florida
Ave., Flagler Beach. Call 439- BunnelL Florida him. r Unless such certificate shallbe within six calendar months
Dated at Bunnell Florida. law from the time of the first publi-
redeemed to
2317. July 24 TFC t>A this 16th dayof.July. A. D., 1969. .the property describe In such cation of this notice. Each claimor
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS certificate will be sold to the demand must be'' In writingand
OF FLAQLER highest bidder at the front door contain the place of residence -
COUNTY. FLQKIDA and post office addreasNofthe
of the Flagler County Court-
BY: QTIS 8? HUNTER house on the first Monday In the claimant and must be,sworn
SAVE Chairman. month of August 1969. which Is to by the claimant his agent,or
SEWN ATTEST: the 4th day of August 1969. at attorney, or the same shall ,be ,
GEORGE M. MOODY. Clerk I the legal hour of sale, to-wlt: void.
July 17 .and 24, 2tc. 11:00 A. M.\ /sNeva, G. CapoAs
Dated at Bunnell. Florida this Executrix of' said J

FABRIC LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT'IN 30th day of June. 1969. First Publication Estate 3
(Seal) LELAND July 1969.
: Attorney for
T1IR COUNTY JUDGE'S Clerk or the Circuit P. Executrix
O. Box
LEiILCOUNTY.I. .. Bunnell. Florida 32010 jr.
Flagler County. Florida
for all your Sewing 'Needs Shop.P IN i'ItOBATE.NO. 81G. July 3. 10. 17 & 24. 1969. 4tc. -July 3. 10. 17 and 24.;*,4_

EVELYN V. WALTERSalsoknown '


: .. ; all creditors and all persons a..
.. demands
J CL M against having said claims estate or ,- FLAGLER BEACH ;' ,.

You'and'each of you. are here- x ?
7 I
< by notifiedcla .required and demands to- pre Officially Opened i t

PHONE 677-3141 ,, which you'or either of you. may
.r ., have against the estate of

.i 29 WALTERS, deceased. late' of
OF :BRIDGE Flagler County Florida to the
WEST County Judge of Fla 7 A. M. 2 A. M. '

r ;'cI teeCounty

Courthouse In Bunnell. Flagler Diesel Gas and Oil
County. Florida. within six Overnight Dockage ,
months from the date of first
'.. publication of this notice. Live and Dead Bait Beer & Sandwiches Ice
,< Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state
the place of residence and post-

see office address of the claimantand
after you must be sworn to the
claimant, his agent, or attorney
doctor. or it will be barred, according NOTICENotice
your to law.
Each creditor shall deliver

? bring yourprescription sufficient enable I the County, ::: Judge his claim to mall to is hereby ,given that on the 4th day
each personal representative. -
%, to one.to of August, A. D. 1969, at 8:00 P. MJ in the office

Dated this 27thday; of >June. Bunnell the Commissioners
1969. of the City .Clerk of City -

/a/ executriixeofnthe'Last' ,will hear comments and opinions on rezoning -

I ti w4 .A As Will and Testament of Mr. J. L. Townsend's property 'off Deen

EVELYN a/k/a' EVELYN V. WALTERS VIRGINIA -; Road, for mobile home rentals and sales.

'Ifu.iq, WALTERS. Deceased.BERRIEN ,
) Bldg. 119 North Rldgewood AvenueDavtona
Professional B<*ach. Florida J v Barbara C. McCabe

ATTORNEY July FOR 10' 17.EXECUTRIX 24, 31,. 4tc., ... .I I, '::. City Clerk ..dS j

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I usually be started without de DONATES ORCHIDS SALE. "

: l,Social Security FOR STATE_ PARK .
I Is there a waiting or According to Park Superintendent
filing my application Gil,. Becker 4200 Catt-
J ''N-E-W-S for getting my first check under been .
.: social security' disability? placed leya orchid, in plants the WashingtonOaks have All REXALL Products" .
File .
Q.I have been receiving A. You should not State Park greenhouse. -
retirement checks from social right away so that your claim' Becker said Orlando Orchids REGULAR PRICE
security since I was age 62. can have time to be reviewed. had donated the plants Now that I shall be 65 short There Is a six months periodat Division of, Recreation and SECOND ONE l.e :
ly, do I have to sign up againIn the beginning of your disability Parks. There are one hundred
order to have the Medicare for which no check can different varieties in' the ..orchid '
benefits? be paid.Q. collection., KODAK CAMERA, Regular $14.50, $695
will I am sick at home and
A. No. However, you The Park Superintendentsaid
receive a card In the mall have been for the past six larger orchid plants in
about 2 months before your months. However. the company bloom are placed throughoutthe Ladies' Remington Electric Razor, Half Price
birthday. You'll be asked I worked for before I has became gardens for park visitorsto $"' 195.,
whether you want the medical disabled to work vl w. .& 1 1I f
Insurance part of Medi- continued to pay me my full ,
The card should be salary. Will getting my salary MOTORISTS REMINDEDOF
care. Now
Ladies Host Regular $1.00
from receiving social ,
checked yes or no, signed and keep me 3ge
:returned, security disability checks? ACCIDENT REPORTREQUIREMENTS
Q. Do students benefits from A. No. You're considered
social security end with the "disabled" for social security SEE HALF PRICE COSMETIC COUNTER -
month the student reaches purposes if you're not able to The Florida Highway Patrol .
age 22 and will they continue work in "substantial gainful today' reminded drivers ,
until the end of the school semester activity". Since you are doing that a recent law change COOK'S SUNDRY
nothing for the company in
? eliminating'written reports of
A. Actually, the benefits return for the salary you get accidents by' the driver whenan

; are only payable through the your salary checks will not investigating officer makesa ; 4 Ct,: t t .r1 -., y .i..
month before the month the keep you from getting social report does not'affect their
students reaches age 22. Or, security. checks as well. other responsibilities when an
saying It another way, the,last accident occurs.
check received will be on the BIRTHDAY DATA H. N. Kirkman, Executive \

3rd of the month in which Happy birthday this week to: Director of the Department of P. ia. :2vi
the student has his twenty- ddie'' Highway Safety* and Motor "
second birthday. The checks Today: Dodlmead, Vehicles said 'The law
stop then, no matter which Betty Hall Joe Cramp, Maria change, made in the last ses<
month in the school semesterthe Threadgill Florence Nor- slon of the'Leglsl'ature, removed OPEN 'MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
student has his birthday. cross Naomi Rodgers, Carolyn the requirement of

Q. There Is no birth certifi- Raulerson. making a written report of an
cate or other record of my age Friday: Peggy May Wilson accident in 'cases where the CALL 439-2170 OR 439-2474 ,AFTER 6 P. M.
that was recorded early in my Dr. Warren Michaels, Julie investigating officer makes a
life. How can I be sure thatI Ann White, Elizabeth San- report. Other requirements of LOCATED BEHIND WESTERN AUTO STORE
have satisfactory proof of ford, Howard McNitt Jr. the driver in. accident cases
my age when I file, for social Saturday: Frances Edmon- were: not affected."
Security?' sort Duane Deen, Alex. Zysk. Driver's duties outlined by WE WILL BE CLOSED JULY 4thAwvs
A. Write or phone your Social Klry WInstead. Kirkman. include:
Security office for a formto. Susan Bran- Drivers Involved in an acci-
Sunday: Mary .
request a Federal Census nam. dent involving death, injuryor .
record of your age. Even if property damage to the ap
you do not plan to retire for Monday: Shirley iSchaeffler, parent extent of $50 or more ttK
Anita Hirst.Tuesday .
'some time if will shall hfkl is
quite you immediately notify the
request this record now ,so : Otto Muir, Lee city police if, within the city, ..
that you will have it when Blakely Helen Johnson. or the county. sheriff's officeor 3' $M ?: T I
you come in to file your social Wednesday: Harry Gozdowski. / Florida Highway Patrol.
security your checks can Drivers are required to remain -
at the scene of the accident .
and give their name, address -
'. vehicle registration
number and show their dri
;J Flagler; County Insurancei : er's license: \td the,other driver_

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VOLUS.A MINIMUM' $3.000-90 DAYS 'WI i f r 165.00. . 124IT
'COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY Medicine once a man' profession
{ NATIONAL wants'women. Within A
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three to four years of college. 1 ,
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followed Internship and residency .
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Disabled Veterans cost of this education Is around
t '.2EE F -
20000. But,the deserving student Itegufar Now
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TONIGHT (Thursday ) lade of funds..There Is a wide t $12.95. . $9.50
variety of scholarships! grants ii 14,95. ,. 11.50
and student loans to ease financial 19,95. ,14.50 p-
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L SAVINGS BONDS "While Savings Bonds have
" FIND TAX In Jacksonvlle *'T'r r--.UJ T!?"-- ';\
by the State was approved ji! ,agflcglture, students always been a good buy, the
I' :" ',:: CUT IN HALF Cabinet which attended: th W33th annuaF RATE INCREASEMr. rate increase will make them
,,( :'[ complimented the board .6H44 rwiw+ Service Fores- even more attractive to the
1':, ".::1 The Jl .-county Florida Inland through Gov. Claude R. Kirk, try Training Camp at O'Leno Ray L. Mercer, Flagler, members' of our communities ;
f:,' ; Navigation Plstrlct om- Jr., for being: ableto cut back State Park. County Chairman for U. S. who have been putting aside "
;g. ', r mission 1969.70 tax levy has taxes to be levied In the 11 Savings Bonds was today ,
Buckles dollars regularly through
F ip: ", been set pt .02:; mills, which coastal counties from Duval Randy and Leonard' queried about the Treasury request ,f
.. both x>f Bunnell FFA Payroll Savings or over-
In King
t' is a redu counter
the purchases
South. Chapter' were selected as
r. I the levy In the the interest rate ceiling on
; camper-delegates to r pesenttheir banks-saving for a new ,.
i ."Il: m' fiscal of 196869. heI"r" The levy is Savings Bonds and other Government
< "1 expected to local'Futire, Farmers of home, farm Improvement, an .'
" 'I, ',: cut may: ,be the only'mhl.LJJ. about $500,000 and in the America Chapter, securities. automobile a second honeymoon ;j
I age cut i|ichjeved' by taxing main, will go Into .the bridge According to Ray L. Mercer, college for the child-
, : authorities on the entire East improvement A frfcal of &0tFFA boys at. "If the legislative request Is
;' ; program In tended the ren, or a retirement nest egg. p,
iit ; Coast said Herman which FIND forestry camp the Interest rate
, W. and the State approved, on "And It will provide an add-
t"d fir.,. Schull :Jr., general manager Road Department are reconstructing which is the oldest and largest Series E and H Savings Bonds ed Incentive to our young; j,,
of Its kind In the nation.
'' of FIND. five'antiquated will be raised from the cur- folks-like Future Farmers,
:1 '
!, j: ,\ The ,adoption; pf this mill. bridges over the ICW to Provide Campers are selected on the rent 4.25 per cent to 5 per and 4-H Clubbers-who have j'
"\ age at a commission meeting adequate navigation basis of aptitude, leadership cent, if held to maturity. The not yet acquired the SavingsBonds :'
and Interest forestry.
, clearances. Increase would be retroactiveto "
:' habit or thrift.
'j .- ---- -'-- -- -.- ..-- June 1, 1969. All outstand ,r I
':' ing E and H Bonds would al* BEWARE OFMOSOUITOES .:'
: so benefit from the new 5 per
.i/.1\.1'h ." cent rate, beginning with the
first semiannual Interest period Have you ever spent the

, i yri 1 which. starts. on ,or after time at a picnic patio partyor
: June 1." some other activity swat-

Series E bonds will have ting mosquitoes?
their maturity period reduced Summertime Is the time for
from 1 years to 5 years 10 such events but many a Flor-
months. H Bond maturity will ida outing has been ruined by
remain at 10 years. Both E these persistent pests. Dr.
and H Bonds would enjoy an Wilson T. Sowder, Division of
I.;J automatic extension period. Health (successor to the State
The present 5 per cent rate on Board of Health), reminds
Freedom Shares would con Floridians and their visitors
tinue unchanged. until they that mosquitoes carry mosqui
are removed from sale 6 to-borne encephalitis and
months after the: proposed' urges all persons to use insect

legislation, becomes. :law., 'Authority repellent on any occasion
to extend Freedom when mosquito exposure. is
Shares at maturity is included likely.Dr. .'
in the Treasury's request.Mr. Sowder adds that repellents -
Mercer said that the are especially useful at
Treasury's proposal "should twilight and in the early eve
give new Impetus to the Sav ning when mosquitoes usually
\ swarm. .

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in this two-layer Chocolate Oatmeal Cake. Crunchy toasted; \. .
oats and peanuts sprinkled between the layers and over that! ?;,.1
chocolate-frosted top complement the nut-like'f1avor of oats ,
tit in the cake. r" .
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: CRUNCH: 3L cup granulated '-' ".\ {y'J':(( ;,'

\ |4 cup quick or old sugar ; .
;fashioned oats, 1 cup firmly packed ,''.\. '. : .
uncooked brown sugar ,: ,' '

,2 tablespoonaflnnty :ZL teaspoon vanilla : 'i
i { ti packed brown sugar 2_eggs 'f
\ :1 tablespoon butter or :3. envelope ((1 oz.) (f ", ,:-"
margarine,melted no-melt unsweetened! \ )
V cup chopped salted chocolate flavored .t'.if 1 I ; ,
y'ka peanuts. Ingredient : ,'f: ,
1V4 siftedallpurpose :"
cups )
a 5 i3: CAKE flour ,. ':'
:JVi cups boiling water 1, tea.spoonsod4 J ,1
1 cup quick or old. V4 .teaspoon saltCHOCOLATE .\ ; :
Before his current sales trip is over Charlie Mason ,- i uncooked fashioned oats, -" \ I

will have spent $683.54; on travel, hotels, business :. V cup butter ormargarine BUTTER <,

entertainment, etc. Interesting fact: the "etc." ''r ,soft CREAM ICING

$7.45 for phone 'calls,-for: re reservations : :
.';:. includes all of For crunch/heat oven ,to moderate' (3500F.). Combine J I
.'' and ,checking in withthe, home office. !bats brown. sugar and butter until crumbly.Place in a shallow J
: ;'<;b appointments "'" )baking* pan. 'Heat in preheated oven (350F.) about 10 r
would that the telephone
:- : ,,, Charlie (and boss) agree ,..' 'f minutes stirring occasionally. Cool 15 minutes; toss UlhtJy''
;' the biggest.bargain"on a businessman'sexpense with'a fork,to.form crumbs. Stir In peanuts Reserve for later* '
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:1 '. 'i"": account. / For cake, pour boiling water over oats; stir to combine

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}f;:; gradually add sugars beating until fluffy Blend in vanilla,eggs[

your t.....,, tt and chocolate. Add oats mixture; blend Well. Sift together
: ,t .,:.....,. ;.. flour,soda and salt. Add to creamed mixture;blend weRe
t ., Pour batter into a well-greased and floured 9-inch square
,:,:.," .t,,'., ,0-.. ". moneys' -\r.,.' j ,< '" I.j baking., pan. Bake In preheated oven (3500F.) 50 to 55
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8- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., JULY 24. 1969 Pie Fishing

.... FISHING LINE Pier fishing continues to

fr.... ISPtJ'N\ollRR1SES.: produce a wide variety of
.... Apollo 11's Historic explor species. Fish taken Include
"" '" ation of the moon surface affected king mackerel, whiting, spots,
mackerel and trout,
the fishing In our area Spanish
OPCC TWILIGHT according to Cecil Westbrook,
during the weekend. Many lo
LEAGUE WINNERS cal anglers frequently seen pier manager.
-'" Several large king mackerelIn
... J', "f 1'.;.. Winners of Tuesday's play fishing the shoreline and the 18 to 30 pound range.
"' -.f.i. "I'I ,,. In the Ocean Palm Country lakes, stayed home to watch were caught. Spotted trout
,'\,l' '' ;'N .,. ..oJf< Club Twilight : 7'.. ,. f ., Jim six weigh.
Whltaker caught
Ormond and
"' '.b ,,. moon. Nevertheless, fishinghas :Manos
.,,.....,..,.' :..,}". .., < Alex Roberthon and Bob Mlc- ing 5 to 9 pounds.The .
"iC reached Its peak In the
'J .t., Spanish mackerel' have
: cOunty
as the following report
:. tt..l" :.. \. Whitaker team won been running and several
., .c last season's league at OPCC. shows. nice catches were taken from
,;, :: ; the pier.A .
: 'S vacationing. angler hooked .

',; ,, ; weigh a large approximately tarpon, estimatedto 100-

., ,x pr : ,< 'he'. attempted to land It on
the beach. The line caught on

.. NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF x the piling .under the pier.

A few nice bass have been
.. caught near the shoreline the
L Lr
: .Our New Serving Hours Are:. past week. Also several

o Y .;-. Sundays-11 a wi. til,1O, p. m. < : .\ catches reported.of large whltlrig, have
\ : been
Tueaday. .. {ThroughSaturday, 4 p. m. til 10"p.>:m.'- Robert Creal, an ardent
." : fisherman, reports he didn'thave
"',We Will .Be Closed All Day Mondays. good luck fishing, but he
\ .
/ was lucky-he found an un
identified money clip on We are.looking. forward. to (serving all of our old beach with 2 .$20 bills attach.
ANGLER .. ed.
A 42 pound king mackerel caught by 14 year old Jeff Johnston customers ; '

son of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Johnston, Bunnell, who was ;. ., Blng'Fisherman.s Resort

fishing from the Flagler Beach Pier. Fishing Is still Improvingat
Bangs with the catches be.
ing varied.
Wlllard Smith and James
j .. Sanders, Jacksonville, broughtIn
5 king mackerel, 7 Spanish
mackerel, 2 bonita and 3 amberjack -
they boated while
fishing near Matanzas Inlet.
They were using live shrimpfor

\ :' A bait.young angler, Donna

Kaufman, Flagler Beach,
caught a 5 pound channel
bass while fishing off the
dock at Bing's.
A regular at Bing's, Dr Mc..

I1i T I Williams, Daytona Beach,
: and Milton Swan, Daytona
Beach, brought In 10 whiting,
1Passib l e umber oF 12 sheepshead and 1 bluefish.
x 4a; n new dS tc os'e from! Sam Goodfriend and Stan
Weintraub, both.of Jackson.
ville, had a nice catch of 75
6 7t
Spanish mackerel they boat.
ed while fishing In the intra-
coastal waterway near Ma-
stanzas Inlet..

Flagler Fish Camp

1I I 1 .. : cock Camp tells manager us fishing Henry is on Ay-the

I upswing at Crescent Lake
I and Dead Lake.

..j Mrs. Lll Hersey, Bunnell,
.- : and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Taylor,
.; \ Waycross, Ga. caught 30 nice
: 't speckled perch while fishingin
v : ., '!: Impossible-tohaveyear-endpiices. '.' Crescent Lake Saturday.Two .

.1 .. F .... uA. of the perch weighed 2V6
.. inJu1y'. ? Witbus ita posaillde. '. pounds each. The trio was using
: ',' .> ..\ J .. live minnows for bait.

ImpossibJyqu priced Impossibly.low. ", ."'''.,. \ (t' Mr. and, were Mrs. Holder fishing, Jacksonville with

L.4 : )' : Missouri minnows in Dead
:. r
.. .. .r. Lake and boated 21 speckled.
.0- .
perch. .
I CaJ.ouru l ; : SEE,US Several black bass have
J, been caught In Middle Haw

: ( )) Eb .. ''R'AWAYcheck Creek. Mr. and Mrs., Tanner,
: ; St. Johns Park, caught 8, one
Idea? 2t weighing 5 and three quarter
the savings
As a reminder to salt water
and seel
; anglers the following Is a list
of Florida fishinglaws:
, There are no size or bag
It.t. limits on saltwater fish other
than those listed below. In
: \ .1I'i Flagler, St..,Johns and Volu-
i ::6f I sia counties, mullet
J. ,.. ) under 12,
.. b I ... :., inches may be taken for per.sonial .
i use.or bait.
t1 h5f Minimum lengths are: bluefish
10 Inches; flounder, 11
\ <: .(,:,'f"..:. =.CJ2 ; : Inches;' mackerel', 12 inches,
lur eo pompano, 10 inches; red bass,
. t is 11 12 Inches; snook 18 inches; .
.. '; ill spotted sea trout, 12 inches.
All of the above protected
) ';.i. This I seal I malesanything fish are taken In Flagler
county during season.
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.//:1:. possible,
.'' Local fishermen may be Interested .
.,.:' to learn there is an
abundance of river shrimp In

''fl' 't '-' the Intracoastal waterway at
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'. I Becker also reported several
f' :_. park visitors had caught some
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