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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 31, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL.. 57 NO. 32 THURSDAY JULY 31, 1969 S3.50 A TEAR

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Team, ToSurvey HOOFING IT AT F LAGLER BEACH Tentative Budget



l HEWCompliance Adopted By .

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School Board

.. -. A survey Team will visit
.t Flagler County Schools Aug The Flagler School Board (
ust 12 and 13 to determine met In special session-Tues-. .

1 the extent to which the Flag day to study the proposed ,
ler County School Board has 1969.70 school budget. Aftera

r's complied with HEW ''requirements. careful analysis by the',

The survey Is a part Board with questions being
t 1t.;' of!necessary procedure as the answered by Superintendent .

:,"',.;. School Board reapplies for federal Jim Craig, Coordinator Celia
f.: .funds which were cut off L : Joyce Emery and Finance Officer

r', =. effective August 7th. I Leona Eisenbach, a ten-
Superintendent Jim Craig 6 1tK tative budget was adopted.
'
y The budget calls for a maximum -
,
c recommended a survey team .
t. "'r headed by Hartley Blackburn, 10 mill levy. The mill-
ape for 1963-69 was 8.43 mills. '
'a former.superintendent.
M
Craig suggested that the Board The budget includes very
.
,
little federal funds. which
might gain a more favorable
were cut off effective August
'' .
from
reception a survey' team
that understands Florida 7th.
The general :fund shows a'
( school 'rather than
have a team problems Just sent Into this Last week while hoping to.'get a, picture of the 'sea lion being captured' we were Interestedin reduction of $63,627 of state
.
f county. watching a game of water polo being played ,In the surf with players mounted on horses. The funds as' Indicated* by'' the

horses appeared to enjoy the cool surf as much1'a.. their riders. tentative- budget of last year.
Craig explained that the This .is caused,by a lower en- ,
survey 'team would review rollment and revision of the
the situation, for the two days JUDGE ORDERS Lucille Walker to'
r Housing Board system, of allocating funds
,
I and make their recommendations counties.
t (to HEW as to whether SCHOOL BOARDTO
Pioneer Resident The general fund will ope
'or not the federal funds should : Ok's Bid ForCqnstruction
REHIRE BARASA rate at a loss of $66,286 for:
: be 'restored. Died Tuesday the year even after raising
There was considerable dis'cusslon Circuit Judge P. B. Revels, ; taxes to the limit. This is pos-*

on the transfer of Palatka, heard the case 'of 'Miss M. Lucille' Walker. 617. sible by using surplus funds' '

teachers from one school to Barasa vs. the Flagler School 510 North PInf Street, Bun?, Flagler County Housing which might be needed to
another to staff schools on a Board and ruled that Mrs. nell, a, pioneer' resident of Authority Board of Commissioners' operate thru the summer.
nonracial basis. At a previous Lena Barasa has .a legal :con-- Flagler Count ] died Tuesday approved. Thursdaythe Maintenance has been almost
meeting the School Board tract with the School Bodrd night at Bunne 1 General Hospital 'low bid of PR&S Construction completely eliminated this.

had authorized the superintendent for the 1969-1970 school term after am extended 111- Company of Palatka for summer. .

to transfer teachers and ordered the School Board ; constructing sixty additional Items which show an in-'
ness.Miss
.as was necessary. to reinstate her as a .teacher. walke was .born In units for the, local housing crease are administration, instructional -'

Craig 'emphasized that this Mrs. Barasa: had been Noma, ,Florida. I and moved to project. x salaries-- operation

wash not his,recommendation awarded a contract in error Bunnell 55years ago from, The company's bid o( $798 of the plant, ,maintea.nance .
but he would carry out the last ,year;,.:'\n that a date of there. She was'an active member 000 was accepted by the local / fixed' charges and EIE.., ,
wishes of"the Board k/whl;/
! had approved,the actlon.unanImbusly. -. cphtra: t."tnste-ad( ..of- 1968-1969. Methodjs:Church'and; ..TeJ"ephone'jPioiieera the. Departrnenl.'of' .Housing. struqtion; was ,red deed .from
.. .4"'_ *.* JudgekRev4lrefused':to-'hea'i.the "'ol America. and Urban,Development;..; ;-'rFour "' ;$35,222 :to"$2O,196.Jn,,compar-

Craig had stated fit the ''testimony of Superintendent She retlred"from\Southern,BelL bIds. :were: submitted ing the tentative' advertised
previous meeting that if he Jim .Craig and Mrs. Telephone Company 1962 for- the construction of sixty budgets. .
had to make the transfers he Myrna Knight, secretary, that after 35-years of service. low rent 'housing units' consisting After'"adopting' the.tentative,
would do it by categories! and the date was In error and Survivors ''include.a;, brother, of 26 units for the elderly budget a further discussion

not on an individual basis. He that minutes and other records -- Gordon Walker, Wildoow; and 34 family dwellings was held. on._the non-racial
stated that his transfers wouldbe would indicate that the two nieces Miss Janet Walker Other bids received" assignment of. teachers, be-

all* continuing contract date was a..typographical er: Wildwood; and .Mrs.: 'DavId were Morgan Oswcod and tween the three school. cen-

teachers from all schools. He ror. Bayless, :Durham N. ,C.; a Lowe Construction Co., Orlando .
read the list of white teachers Mrs. Barasa was not rehired nephew, Russell Walker, Oak $847,822; Piedmont Con- ters.A motion was made to repeal -

to be transferred to Bunnell at the end of the last school Hill; three great nephews; struction Co., Vidalia, Ga., the superintendent'splan
Elementary' No. '2 and the term and had sued the School and two greatnieces. $853,000; and Tharp Construc- to transfer all continu-
Funeral services will be at
Board members 'objected to Board for re-employment. tion Co., Jacksonville Beach, ing teachers between the
2:00 this afternoon at the -
only one transfer which Craig Attorney Jim Tucker' who : '$879,783.The three schools. The superin-
Bunnell First United Methodist

agreed not to make. represented the School Boardon Church. The Rev. Earle sixty: new units will tendent and other that board it
countered
At the Thursday night Board this particular case said Wilder pastor will officiate. make a total of 132 low-rent members which

", meeting several board members the decision could have far Interment will. be at Espanola housing units In Flagler was the board's plan the -
l' indicated that they did reaching effects on contract Cemetery. County. was Impllmented by superintendent
the board's
not realize so many teacherswere legalities since it voided the Friends may call at Craig Housing Authority Executive with .
foreknowledge.
being transferred and admissibillty of typographical
Funeral Home from 8 a. m. 'Director Martin McDaniel No vote was taken since
, expressed the feeling that error. until 12 noon -Thursday and stated that Flagler County Member H. V. Peavy' was ab-
.. the school systems might be Superintendent Craig said at the church from 1 p. m. residents' that are qualified sent. A special meeting was
, damaged by too many trans- the decision could have effecton until the hour of serrvices. will be' given first preferencefor called for Wednesday eveningto

fers.At teacher contract agree.. In lieu of 'flowers the fam employment when construction decide the issue.
I. this point Craig said he 'ments over the state since the ily .requests donations be starts. He added that

did not, like to have to, make decision was in disagreementwith made to the Bunnell First under Executive Order No.
r.'' the transfers but was only policy being followed by United :Methodist Church 11246 the contractor cannot TED NOVAK DIED

following the Board's instruc- State Department of Educa- Building Fund or the Florida discriminate against any employee UNEXPECTEDLYSATURDAY '
I tions. He said he had contacted tion. Craig said a legal coun- Methodist Children's Home at or applicant becauseof MORNINGTed

I r'' all of the teachers Involved sel from State Department of Enterprise. race, creed, color or national

; t except one who was Education would be in Bun- Craig Funeral Home, Bun. origin. Novak, 61, Marineland.
I .'1 on vacation and that none of nell this week to confer,, with nell, Is In charge of arrange PR&S Vice President Mc- died unexpectedly Saturday

?I't them, white or Negro, were in :the superintendent. ments. Nab; Architect Ed Snead and morning at Atlanta, Ga. He
" favor of the transfer. McDaniel, were in Atlanta suffered a heart attack while

j::;{ "Craig recommended to they .,.. RATTLESNAKE_.... KILLED AT....-. -BEACH----.- Tuesday to work out details visiting in Atlanta.In Warsaw,
the construction.The He was born
"' Board that the action on for (the new
. Poland and moved to Marine-
'- teacher transfers be rescinded. Housing Authority pay
r .r ;,. No action was taken to re. ment .In lieu of taxes to the land four years ago from
" Mountainview' N. J. He own
the
scind. He then asked City of-Bunnell for fiscal year
School Board to name the ed and operated the Pelican
ending' June 3O 1969 will be .
teachers they,wanted to trans- Beach Motel at Marineland.He
In the amount of $2,805.91, WWII
of
veteran
was a
fer but no action was taken averaging $38.96 per unit for '
and a member of St. Stephens
on this request. p e the 72 dwellings now occupl-
r Catholic Church, Bunnell.
A salary schedule for .all ,ed, Mr- McDaniel said. The Survivors Include his wife,
instructional / personnelwas payment to the city representsten
Anna his mother, MrS. Jean
: *r ;
adopted. The only Increases 4 percent of the rent collected -
; Novak; and a'brother, Stan-
'
in salaries were those by the Authority. ley Novak all of Marineland.
required to meet minimum
(Funeral mass was at 10:30:
wage laws. a. m. Tuesday at St. Stephens .
Non Instruction personnel, TIDE.TABLE Catholic Church with the Rev.
were reappointed for the next
a Tide Father Antonio Leon officiat
For July 31 To August 6
with the1
school term excep ing. Interment was at St.
tion of school bus drivers.Sonic IIIGII LOW Ko-
'fg Marys Church Cemetery. ,
discussion was centered i s F
Day ,A.M. P.M: A.M. P.M. rona.
around whether or not a since co 31' '10:00:: 10:18: '3:36: 3:54: Pallbearers were Gerald

ordinator was needed had been ,1 1048; 11:12 4:24: 4:48: Schatz. Chester Trancynger,'

the federal money 2 11:42 ,,,11:59 5:18': 5:42: Lee Drazba, Ernest Fisher,
cut off and whether or not It This huge.rattlesnake measured 5ft.; and 6 Inches in lengthand 3 12:01 12:36: 6:06': 6:42: Richard Stuckey and Coley

was feasible to continue educational carried. 8 rattles. and a button when killed by Police Chief 4 12:48: 1:30'' 6:54: 7:42 Mitchell. i

confirmed TV. Both, however positionswere and ,James Brown at; Flagler Beach. Brown killed the snake last 5 1:42 2:25: 7:48 8:48 Craig Funeral Home, Bun- "

week at Si: 26th St. 6 2:36 3:24 \ 8:48: 9:48: nell ,was in charge.
personnel were reappointed. .


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2Hf, SUajjIcr( OJrtbuucINCOnPORATKD THURSW. JULY 31. 1969
Ent :-: ;a second claaa
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EDITORIAL .

TRAGEDY STRIKES AGAIN!

Occasionally you see a person who just seems to be ,
prone. Whatever he does good or bad seems to .

trouble.'No doubt there have been many families who Ib 98

more tragedy than the Kennedys. But few families in
life ,have had their troubles and tragedies aired in Ute ,
,
as the Kennedys. j '

A daughter was born retarted and Is still in an J,'
A,son was killed in World War II. A daughter was
plane crash. Another son was seriously Injured in a. H lb. 98.
'during World War II. Two sons were assInated while
their country in high public office. .

And now ,the family suffers an ,experience almost
as death in the latest misadventure of ,the youngest SLICED FREE
ator Ted Kennedy.. For: many of us, the same accident
have gone little noticed by the press and would have
only idle gossip by the,neighbors. And perhaps we lbm 45*
suffered the same penalty for leaving the scene of an .

But for a Kennedy or any other public figure it
lines in all of the newspapers speculation by I I
umnists and,editorial writers. This is all a part of the
be paid for being,rich and-,famous 'and,in trouble.. ; ; : Lyke's "s fi iiLL"EAT. J j j

We do not agree with the emotion packed appeal M
Ted Kennedy made over TV'to the people of,. I
then to judge whether or not he should rematni! in ( 45c) .3 12,oz. $:(29
Senate. t Pkgs.Each J

In.the first,place If he told the !truth then,there }s

son for him to resign. He should be vindicated. But, If : D .,> "Cut: Up"5P0uND$189 ,
half.truths' or untruths then he should not only
should face'more severe charges 'than leaving the scene
accident. .

,,;In the second ,place, the, people are not, In. a ,
judge: No trial was,.held after the,,Senator entered his .
,'
guilty leaving the scene. No witnesses apt the private I
at the.ferry .or at the accident scene were heard. No '

calls were,made;public. t r ',. ; :KI: {SLICED IOI'b" / 1 j
'-In fact no defense was given, except, the TV 58;
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of,the senator who-said,he was in shock for..six hours: ,.... I FREE) .
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and could not account for his activities,*or-orinactivities.6)t ..-- ,. .. - .(
more questions were raised, than were;answered. ; : No. 3O3 Can! ucU JUO \nicn lvow Art fIll:
Senaftor KeiUledY probably will remain a.;:f rn d : '
ator from Massachusetts! And he probably. : serveS'th' l ( $100 ; MARTHA WHITE (Plain or 'S. R.)
But, we believe he has;considerably dltninlshed} his" : ; -
being a, presidential\ nder. It,'is not\ difficult to o." 3O3. ,, Can : "FLOURIb I
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the,questions,the'Republicans would raise relative to his For $ 00 r' **,'
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to face difficult decisions as a president.And .. 1 S < 3ge.
they would question the impulsiveness of.''a. i I : : ,,Bag
., .
would dive into'rushlng waters to swim for help when : 'r i y ; '

ephone would have-,been,much safer and faster. How $1r.&00 Llm.t:1."tC'T: with$5.," .o0,> _or_If,..more" ,.. ,."..food,...'t ....nof order,.A.
would ,he be as president: j. ...
For some' time we have shared the ,expression of, o..2I/ft; ItCan ,, ' IN'ittal
people the, Kennedy family has given enough to the Joe Grain's i Grade "A" .
their-country. Three :sons killed in the service of their 89c, _
should be sufficient sacrifice..The son should he ( MEDIUM rGt1s
to live a normal life attending to the fortunes of the fan .
the guardianship of the many Kennedy children ,left '.

father.While .,Zge. .. 2 Doz.
89'S
we were a staunch supporter of President
nedy we have been quite. ,.adverse to the extremely .
> or, ". ., .
ides of both'Senators Ted and Robert Kennedy.,We \I h ? "" '
the pendulum of history Is now swinging the other '

I and Kennedy'that the views.influence of conservatives will supplant. the : FROZEN 'Fb.d s ._


John A. CleggDear. Bird' ,Eye
12 oz. 'Can

'I as religious : order ORANGE NIP Ea. 33e

t E s'E1fa' '1 that ple.They I was did brought-their best up ,Morton's, CHICKEN:BEEF-TUR-KEy

citizen. I was taught POT
spect my elders the : PIES :Zk':: 39<<:
.,Mr. Clegg: 'be considerate of the .' ............,.... ...01" ." ,-,,'+
t .. ,Thought you might enjoy others.' I was taught to '
[
and respect Z3e
my
Iranian :
seeing an
newspaper
its flag.I .
about'our*.Apollo 11 shot. Sorry BAKE-RITE
don't think
I can't-translate for you. t .
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ever prouder of
Best. Wishes
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1\: _
Helen Morse American 'than I was. I 29c .
ly, believed that God _
If. The Morses are residents of chosen America to < 3'lb.Tin .39,
,; ;' Flaglen County but are now 'world"and : .. .
proudly
in Iran 'where Arnold A. '
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: American Morse; Sr. is Embassy.on duty The with four the Revere's"Barbara Ride"Fritchle"which and Zge Limlt,1, wit.? $5.00 or'Ixrorqfood'prder

Iranian cepted as, gospel.I .
':' page newspaper was
'i'' '. ''very Interesting. We posted It went to school in
i ', so that visitors in the office ia with Chinese
'. can see it. Ed.Too gro and Mexican,. .
G I had no lllwill .
.
5JI' of them and I .,.
they were people Just
h" > was. They were all '
Late Ij i1i1
to the same problems : STORE

I To ClassifyBy I ,were was.meant Color friends nothing of skin and to or me. ) III'III' It

Russell Kerf and buddies. '
My mm"
family was
into the mixedup
I came crazy
middle-class Phone 437-3227
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world 'in the 18908. My not rich
,
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IlIlIJIllIJI BUN'NELL
parents were what was known (Continued on page ) Prices U.S. No1 ,
Good '
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FLACLEB TRIBUNE THUDS.. JULY 31. 1969
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BEACH METHODISTSTO FLAGLER COUNTY

AIR CONDITIONThe CHURCH DIRECTORY

United Methodist

Church of Flagler Beach has

voted to air condition the new CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe

sanctuary. The matters was Rev Father Anthony
Y
turned over to the trustees Leon. Pastor

and finance committee .to
work out the details. St. Marys Church, Korona

Services are being held at Sunday Mass..._....... 7:30 a. m.

10:00 ajTi. during the sum- Weekday Masses: Monday

s T mer months In order to avoid Wednesday and Friday 8:30a. :

the noonday heat. A social m.Blessed. .

hour is enjoyed at 10:00: o' -

t clock in the alrcondltioned Sacrament Chapel

sI social hall, Flagler Beach .

Mass .. .__.9:00
Sunday .q. a. m.
Dr. Dallas Browning Is the
pastor of The United Metho Weekday Masses: Tuesday,

dist Church of Flagler Beach. Thursday and Saturday at
9:00 a. m.Catechism.

Classes. 3:00: p. m.
BAPTISTS ENTERTAINTHE
Tuesday.St. .
DINNERS

The'Revere-nd and Mrs. Tom Stephens, Bunnell

; Pinner and children, Douglasand Sunday Mass:.__..1030. a. m.
I t The Rev,., Max Mall of'' Flagler t :Be h"talkSy, tli.>Pr. W.l Iorgan Patterson;,.professoFof church Vivian were guests at Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.

I history at'Ithe Southern Baptist Theological- Seminary' in Louisville, Ky. Mr. Hall is at the sem several cookouts and beach Tuesday. '

II 'inary to ,convert his bachelor of divinity .degree ,to !,the newer master of divinity; He received the parties during the ten. day Confessions before all masses.

B.D. Southern in 1964< He also holds the-bachelor 'of al"ts.from, Stetson University.I: vacation : 'they enjoyed at Weekday Devotion:. Novenato

._,_?_. .... Flagler- Beach. Our' Lady Wednesday and

1 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Dated this 27th day of June, :"Reverend 'Pinner; former Saturday after :Mass.

NOTICE OHV INTENTION V TO 1969../s/ Abigail' Evelyn Wolfe CHEERLEADERS pastor of Bunnell. First 'Bap -

,REGIS ER' 'iVICTITIOy'S ''S As executrix of the Last PLAN 'CARWASH' tist.,Church, .is- now pastor'pf Community Memorial

IS'NAME'NOTICE HEREBY'7V'' GIVEN EVELYN Will and, V'Testament. WALTERS of :t f 5. $Jl. I rS North',Hialeah Baptist'Churchin Church :

that the undersigned will; register a/k/a EVELYN VIRGINIA SATURDAY *A.j M. Miami.The Pinners returned Daytona Ave.' Flagler BeachReverend
with the Cleric"of the Circuit 7WALTERS., Deceased.,. ....; .
:.Court.in'' and ,for Flakier BERRIEN '-BECKS.' td.Miami Wednesday.. RvW. Dicker Pastor
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Bunnell High School cheer- I. .- .
County :Florida upon ,receipt 119 North Ridge wood Avenue < Sunday +School ftjU;_,.. -J;!.:.9:45
of.proof of publication! of this Daytona Beach."Florida leaders will sponsor a car .
METHODIST MEN' Service ._. _
I" notice the following1 fictitiousyiAOLJ&El ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTRIX wash Saturday start- Worship: _...11:00
July 10, 17.' 24, 31, 4tc. morning ATTEND DIST. MEET Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof
BEACH MARINA ing at 9:00: at Woody's Sinclair
d and 'BOAT WORKS LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Service Station' at Flagler A"''"m eiln F' of! "the Deland each-.monUi. at 2, J p.,jn.
located At North 23rd Street and
'L Highway A1A. Flagler Beach I IN THE CI'nCV'lT' 'COIJRT*. IN Beach. District, of. United MethodistMen
: Florida: : Under which we willengage I AND' FOR VIjAGLKRCOUN Proceeds from the benefit was held In First Churchin First Baptist Church
r, In the business buying, TY..FLORIDA .,.j' .
\ 4 will Daytona Beach' last Thursday Rev. Charles Anders Pastor
selling storing, letting for hire civil NO. nwe-E go toward the cheerleaders r
maintenance boats. and marine CHARLES WILLIAMS JR.. .''uniform fund, : ,evening;' 'The, quarterly Moody Boulevard--.''Bunnell'
I equipment, and the undersigned Plaintiff' '' **' v '
are,.the.only person, ..Interested meeting :was both a dinner sunday School..9:45: a.'M.

in, saidbuslnena.i...i. .- i,. i -(*-_.< RUTH C."Wit..tyAMS,, and business meeting. Worship 'Servfce..J.lOO a: m.

this Dated' 15th day at of Bunnell July ,A. Florida D. 1969. NOTICE Defendant.OF ACTION' BIRTHDAY. .- o. DATA, .. Attending from Bunnell Evening'Worship._"?L7J3O: p. m.
/Matthew B. UeMoustes TO: RUTH C. WILLIAMS were, Reverend" Earle Wilder, Prayer: -Meeting 7:30 ''p. m.
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/Georgene B. pe&toustess Residence and address unknown Happy blrthday.thls'weekr.to' : -
George Clegg, president!of local Wednesday
/ Leland. B. Shaw, .
Attorney at Law" YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Today: Carnett Patterson* ''group.. Buddy Taylor,Troy ,t.. __
P. O. Box 296 action for divorce has been filed Faye Massey, James Alan Taylor and Ray Mercer. First United'
Bunnell. Florida 32019 against you and you are required Brannahi Sue-' Methodist
t V' July 17 24.. .*31. Aug, 7. 4tc to serve- copy of your writ- p" Sisco Riddell. Attending frdrh., Tlagler ;Lambert: Avenue; Bunnell
ten defenses, if any to' It on 'Friday :Hahn
: Ruth ; Kevin Beach were Dr. Dallas Browning
;_'' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT BERRIEN BECKS, plaintiffs attorney Rev.. Earle A. 'Wilder. Pastor

"r. ,.. ... i,,,-- North .Ridgewood whose address Avenue.Is, Daytona 119- Leroy'. Danner' -:., Jane McCormick ; .Lester, Stanton; Lyman Sunday. School..9:45.a5:::::.: m.
1'UIIt.IC NOTICE Gage, William- :Givens and!
.Florida Worship.iervice..U:00
Beach. 33014. on or : a. m.
'Notice Ihe-weby glverU-to :alL before-r: September. 1969; and Saturday: Cora Buckles, Axel Johnson.TOriLI.PULPJT. Youth '
that Choir Rehearsal 6:45
Interested parties the Flag- :
with the clerkof'tifiBNCV '
original
'r: lel: -' County. School J D ark f-has ,i.11the.} Ix>uella-F]eudA.sAl .J ,
Jones r. :
ut elrtieV: -before service :e.:\ ; '" '1'r' ..I' vr-'r -, pink Wednesday
as available la condition for purchase, approximately In bulk on pla\ntlff'a attorney, other-or Miles ]Vfo ;p ;:-_ ', j ; .;/ ?. ;::/, : ,,rVChlldrens :.Choir;. Rehearsal: '

500 pounds of unusable and obsolete wise a default will be entered Sunday: ''Mark Strickland, WHILE REV WILDER] 2nd. and 4th.. Thursday at 3
textbooks. Any interested against vouV for the relief demanded Alex
party should contact ,the ';general in the Complaint- Poole. IS" ON 'VACATION, 3 p. m. "
Supervisor of. Schools I P. O. hand and the 1 MYF 2nd and 4th Sundays
WITNESS Tuesday ;
Box 755Bunnell, Florida. telephone ; my : Terry- Wilson, James W. Townsend will .
seal of this Court on July 24..A.
-4373327 between' '9:00: a. D.. 1969. Dean Wigle, ,Martha :Zysk. fill the pulpit'at the Bunnell .I. 6:30 p. m.
m. and ,4:00: p. m. GEORGE M. MOODY, WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
.* Bids will be, received by the 'W dn day:' "Vemice" Leb- First United Methodist Church
the Circuit Court
Clerk of
Flagrler- County School Board in Flagler County. Florida.By laln.g< ,Michael Landen: August 3 and '17 While Rev. .., 9 a.Friendly m:
the office- of the superintendent Lw Emery Circle: .3rd Thursday
county courthouse In Bunnell, /Kathryn Earle, Wilder, pastor Is,on.va-
Clerk
up to and until '''Wednesday (Official.Deputy Court Seal), cation.. Dr. :Jim, Upson will deliver at 8 p., m. .
August hall appear 13., In-1969.the This Flagler.Trl-_ notice July 31. Aug. 7, 14. 21. 4tc. HASTINGS MATTRESS the message at the Methodist Men: 3rd Wednesday -,

bung for three consecutive LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT & UPHOLSTRY WORKS morning worship' service Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
weeks and reflects State Board ..
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Eduqatfon' >Recrulatlon. 30:-1;- !JNOTICE.; ; 7
": TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Palatka; Florida The Rev: arid Mrs. Wilder Flagler Beach United
ATTEST.: YOU will take notice that the Methodist .
JAMES O. CRAIGSuperintendent undersigned petitioners .will on Phone EA 5-9166 and children leave August 1 .Church
4 August 1969 af9:30"A: M. Fusnittlrsi" to spend three weeks vaca- DR.DALLAS ,BROWNING
UpholterihgMattressea"
July 22, 1969f make application to the :Board '
July. ,24, ,. 31, Aug 7. 3tc. of County Commissioners of :1iepajre4 ,It Refinished tioning at. Mt. 'Dora. PASTOR
.
Flagler County Florida-" vat Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach
& Box
LEGAL' ADVERTISEMENT! cate ,,and return to.,acreage aportion Springs CHRISTIAN SCIENCECHURCH' Church,ScI1001..9:00
: a. m.
-...V..,....-.. the following.subdi- Made to Order;Also Renovated ,
NOTICE vision in FlaeTler County.-. 1 tF.lorl- SERVICES Morning Worship..10:00 a. m.
Call Laurct Morris ,
Pursuant to provisions of.Florida da: 437-3233
Blocks 10, 12. 13. 14. SUNDAY. AUGUST 3
Statutes, notice Is hereby a. 9. .After 6 tOO P. Ml;
IK, 16* PENTECOSTAL
bed heldhon'pMondayeAuguet: b.. Block 11 except Lots 1, PRICES REASONABLE "L ve" is the, subject of the
1969. 5:00: by the East 2. 3, f, 5, 6. 7, 8. 9, 10. 11. Lesson-Sermon to be heard HOLINESS CHURCH
Flagler Oquft Control Dis c. Also except all Block BUDGET PLAN ;IF NEEDED ,BunneU' Oil Franz St.
this
'Sunday in all Christian
trict. Board of Commissioners 11-A; Just Reverend T. D.-Peacock
Pastor
'High. as: near as your
.d. Also except Street
at the office 1002 Daytona Ave- ; Science churches. Included in
nue. Flagler Beach, for the pur e. Also except the unnamed Phone or ,Post Office the sermon is the statement Sunday i School.1000 ,a. m.
of discussing the tentative street through Block 11 : Worship Service..._.11OO
pose : a. m.
and Block Drop Us (Card
11-A extendedtrom' "Call
Budget for fiscal year ,endingSeptember a or "And /though I bestow all my
High' Street to South Prayer.Meet.Wed. 7:30 m.
EAST 30.FLAOIVER 1970. MOSQUITO Street, Free Pick-up'' '& Delivery! goods r to feed I ,the poof, and Worship Serv..sun. 7:30 p. m.
p.
CONTROL, DIS- f. Also'except' South Street though I give ,my body to be
from High Street west to Include
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TRICT :1 burned, and have not charity
,Lot 13. Block 11. ,
L. Gage: ChairmanJuly
Lyman. : All in Dupont Railway and it St. Thomas EpiscopalThe
,,4. 312tc.. profiteth me nothing.A .
'.Flag er County Floc-record COME TO BUNNELLTO correlative passage from Rev. Thomas Mably

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ;\Ji ed in Map Book 2. Page 26 In the denominational textbook, Priest In Charge: '
JUDGE'S' the'omce of the Clerk of the Cir SHOP Science 3 miles east, of ,BunneU
IN TILE COUNTY cuit Court of St. Johns County and Health with Key on
COURT IN.AND FOR FLAG. Florida. 23 October'1915. and recorded Drop Your Laundry Off to ''the Scriptures by Mary Highway 100
FLOIU A
LER COUNTY in Plat Book
1, Page 15.
.
IN' HHOIIATH NO. 818 .-.. in the office of the Clerk of the Baker Eddy comments "To Morning'WorsI Jp..10:00: a. m.

IN EVELYN RE: ESTATE V. WALTERS OF ''als"' Circuit Florida.Court 15 June of 'Flagler 1922.J County. Before;' .pi k-up Later love one's neighbor as one's Church School.1000. : a. m.

known EVELYN VIR6lNIA"WALTERS. Milton A. Wetherlngton self, Is a divine idea; but this Holy Communion first Sundayof

Frances D.: Wetherlngton Idea ,can never be seen, felt, each month
Deceased. 20 'Ibs Washer 5c
NOTICE TO CREDITORS July .24, 31 2tc. ; ? nor understood .through the

To having all creditors claim and. or all demands persons LEGAL.ADVERTISEMENT; physical senses.". First Baptist Church
,
against You and said I each.of estate,you.: are hereby : Notice REQUEST FOR BIDS J J4bsWasher25cPugs| THANK' -YOU N. Central Ave_ Flagler Beach

notified and required to present is hereby given that Rev. Max HalL Pastor

any claims and of demands may the Board of of Flagler County Commissioners County.- We wisli i JVo thank our Sunday School..._.....9:45: a. m.
either-
which have you..or agalnat the estate you of Florida until will receive sealed c bide V(9 Wash friends, and neighbors for Worship Service.ll:00 a; m.
the 4th day of
EVELYN V. -WALTERS.VIRGINIA also D.r. 1969 at the hour August.of 9:00o': A. their, >cards,. flowers and many
known as EVELYN deceased late or clock a.: m. In the office" of the other ;acts ,of kindness during
WALTERS
Florlda..to. the Clerk of the Circuit Court In the the recent Illness'
Flagler Judge County of Flakier Count Flagler County Courthouse for Amy's LaundryUS and 'deathof ATTEND THE
County
the following our loved
office I In the County : one, William
&urthouse In Bunnell. Flagler CEMENT Gentry. CHURCH OF YOUR
Approximately '
Florida" within six :; 7.000 ,
County. mena& 1
more or less.Type I Connie Gentry
f first
months from the notice CHOICE ON SUNDAY
publication( ot this County Stodeliveredunnell ler and Family .
Each claim or demand must Flor 'Bunnell Florida
ida ,
be-- In writing residence,and must and post-state toT Board tV reserves the. right' .1 ....... -l .
the place '
office address" of the claimantand Dated reject :Hunnell and ,all Florida bids.at this P. S. .Don't Forget toWash O. F.; ALFQRD
must be sworn to by the. 22nd TROOPER Bill SAYS
or his attorney day ot July. A. D. 1969.! Car
orVt",will be barred according MTSSIIONERS COUNTY.COM Real! .Estate Broker RENEW YOUR.DRlVER' .

tgrel3i"'icr.- shall deliver COUNTY FLORIDA LAGLER ,if. t ;., $UCEHSl
Each OTIS ,S. hUNTER. ChairmanOEOROE Thrift-T Car Wash Registered'Bunnell .
his claim to :
sufficient
::: ATTEST: DURING YOUR
county mall
to
enable the Judge ; M: MOODY, Clerk ,, Florida >
one.to each personal representative. July 24' and 81, 1989 2tc. -AA BIRTH .

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TRIBUNE THURSM JULY 31. 1969
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F i i--ca&r[ 4-THE FLAGLER

MR. Mrs. Philip Erwin, Lexington,
COLQUITT
MISS ,
: and Mrs. Mitch Lanthelr of

HOLLAND MARRIED IN Winder.
The attendants were attiredin
LEXINGTON, GA. Idenitcal floor length
of yellow dotted Swiss
Colquitt daughter gowns
Becky
Miss
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd B. which featured wide organdy
sashes with hem length
Colquitt of Lexington Ga. became -
the bride of John Grant. streamers. Complimentingtheir
ham Holland son of Mr. and dresses were matching'
Mrs. Zachary G. Holland Jr. veiled bow head pieces. They

of Bunnell Saturday, June 21 carried nosegays of yellow
daisies tied with green rib.
Lexington Baptist
at, the
\Yk Church. bons..
The double-ring ceremonywas Miss Maggie Cochran of
performed by the Rev. Lexington was flower girl. She
Wayne Josey before an altar wore a dress Identical to the
decorated with twin spiral bridesmaids and canned a
candelabra centered by arch white basket of yellow chrysanthemum

ed candelabra' and a floor petals.
t k basket arrangement of white Danny Colqultt, cousin of
chrysanthemums gladioli and the bride was ring bearer. For

baby breath. his best man, the groom chose
Wedding music was pre his brother Zachary Holland.

sented by Mrs. Wayne Josey, Ushers and groomsmen were
organist and Mrs. Ralph Ar Greg Tatum and M.: Elrod,
nold soloist. Athens, Floyd Daniel Col.
The bride, given in marriage qultt Crawford and Lamar
p Sera by her father, wore a Nix, Charleston S. C..

: Hv 0 c ?fir a white floor length gown of Following the ceremony,
y Chantilly lace featuring the the bride's parents entertained .
Sabrina neckline, long sleeves at a reception in the

and a bodice Alencon lace Church Annex.. Serving were

I ... embroidered with seed pearls. Miss Lynda Maxwell, Crawford .
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The back of the dress was accented Mrs.. Willis Colquitt of
COFFEE FETES DR. INGEBOR BESSER by a full detachable Macon, Mrs. Rolllin Thaxton

Df. Ingebor Besser, center Hamburg. Germany who is visiting at ,Flagler Beach with Mrs. chapel train of Chantilly lace. Jr., Lexington, and ,Mrs. Floyd

Louis McKeever.. right, was honored at a coffee Tuesday morning given by Mrs., W. H. Thompson Her elbow length veil of Daniel Colquitt of Crawford.
French silk illusion fell froma Miss Charlotte Daniel
kept
left, at her home Palm Circle Flagler Beach. Dr. Besser and Mrs. McKeever have been pen
lace coronet .covered with the bride's book.Following .
.pals for a number of years and, this is their first meeting. Dr. Besser arrived in the United States seed pearls. The bride carrieda a wedding trip to

'July. :10 and will visit a month at the beach with the McKeevers. nosegay of white French the mountains the couple are

About thirty invited guests attended the delightful affair. carnations and baby breath residing in Athens. '

centered by a white orchid. Following the rehearsal Friday

VISIT IN ORLANDO VISITS UNITED STATESMr. Mrs. George Brooks of Lexington night the bridal party
served as matron of and out-of-town guests were
Duane and Lewellen Deen ., and Mrs. John Palenkis mirth $ honor and Miss Ann Pasco of entertained by the groom's

.visited in Orlando Sunday of Budapest, Hungary left last Marietta was maid of honor.The parents with a dinner at the
with his aunt Mrs .Joy Cisco week after spending five daysin ; bridesmaids were Miss Georgia Center for Continuing
.who is a patient at Orange Bunnell visiting his uncle ,.Janis Dalton of Crawford Education.
:Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Cisco and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank BRTTT EDEN WADSWORTHMr.

a former Bunnell resident, Stefllk. Sr. and Mrs. L. E. Wads- PREPARING FOR DESSERT-BRIDGE BENEFIT I
now resides at .Jacksonville.Mr. The Palenkis returned to worth, III N. 'Palmetto Ave.,

Ohio where they will visit Bunnell, are parents of a 7 7 $ F.
and Mrs. Victor Buckles ,their son and his family be. daughter born Monday, .July I
and sons left today for Fort fore returning to their homein 28 at 1:10 a. m. at Flagler a _
.Mill, S. C. where they will visit Hungary Hospital St. Augustine.
several days with relatives.Mr. 'She weighed six pounds

Delores Deen spent the and fourteen ounces at birth
A. L. Salt, St. Petersburg .
and has been _
weekend at Belle Glade visit named Brltt _
left Friday to return
ing her brother and sister in- Eden.
home after spending several law; Billy and Carol Deen and Mr. and Mrs.,, Lewis: Wads-
last week in Bunnell
days
daughters. worth Bunnell, are the pa.
visiting his son in law and ternal, grandparents. Mr. and a
'
daughter Walter and Laura Mrs. W. G. Lassiter Augusta,

Morris. BLAKELY HONORED AT Ga. are the maternal grandparents .

r
.John and Kay Hornsby and BIRTHDAY DINNER .
children of Martinsville, Va., 4
arrived Monday to spend a Lee Blakely was honored at FORMER ''RESIDENT VISITS

week in Bunnell visiting her a birthday dinner Sunday at Mrs. Lizzie Sedessie, long tQ
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Flagler Beach. Twenty.five time resident of Bunnell now
,Harris. attended the dinner and other residing at .panama; City, arrived -
friends called during the af last Monday' to spend
i STRICKLANDS ternoon. several weeks In Bunnell and
; 1 Flagler ,Beach- visiting rela
HOSTS AT .COOKOUTMr. tives and nds. Mrs. E. .J. Chaffee,.left, and Mrs Ralph Hirst will be hostess
ATTEND LSO frt- es at the ,benefit dessert '
I and Mrs. Marvin Strick bridge party: sponsored .''by the< Woman's
Mr.: and Mrs Al of Club August 5 at the
land were hosts at a steak fry PERFORMANCEAmong .: Ciphres Flagler Beach Municipal Recreation Hall.
I Thursday night ''honoring Rev. Greenville IS.*. C. visited at The 'hostesses are busy preparing for the 'benefit which is scheduled
Tom' those from Flagler Painters Hill Sunday with Al to start at :12:30:
and Mrs. Pinner and p. m. Proceeds will benefit the Club's ,educational
: children former Bunnell residents Symphony County attending Orchestra London and Leola ones. projects. The public is invited and deadline for reservations
now residing at Hialeah perform is August :1. Contact
Mrs. Hirst Mrs. Chaffee for
I ances last week were Mr. and VISITING IN MIAMI or reservations
who are vacationing at
, ,Flagler Beach. The outdoor af Mrs. .Bill Lenssen; Mr. and Wendy and Terry Cumminsare
fair at the Strickland Mrs. Keene Gurnee J11d. visiting In Miami''' this
I was GURNEES HOST HOME FROM VACATION..
.! home, US Hwy. :1, Favorita. daughter Helene Bryan; Mr. ,week with their grandmother,
.Joining the foursome for and Mrs: Lyman Gage and Mrs. Elizabeth.lIoff. NEIGHBORHOODGET.TOGETHER Walter Creal returned home'

the gala' occasion were Mr. Misses Emily and Flora Gage. last week after spending ,five

and Mrs. David Hilsenbeck .RETURNSHOME week visltting relatives and
and daughters of Deland; Mr. VISITING IN ,BUNNELLMrs. Mrs. Paul Smith left last Keene and Mary Gurnee Invited friends at Tennessee Illinois

and Mrs. Richard Yelvingtonand David Shields and :Wednesday for' her home at their neighbors in Palm and Kentucky.,
daughters, Seville; Law Gregory of Vienna Va. arriv-son Graham, N. C. after visitinga Circle to a covered dish sup
rence Oliver Palatka; Miss ed Sunday to week with Mr. and Mrs. per and cookout Sunday afternoon Mrs. Harry Daugherty Day
spend Celia .Joyce Emery, Mr. and In Bunnell visiting her .John Rice at Artesla Park, at their home 324 bona Beach, and Mrs. GeorgeF.
Mrs. Roger Edwards and ents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bran-par Notrh HWy.A:1A.: Palm: Circle, Flagler. Beachj; DeNeve and children Deb.
children; Mr. and Mrs. De- nam and family, and her hus- Mrs. Smith Is Mrs. Rice's Other hosts at'the outdoor af orah and Stacy, Moultrie:Ga.
wayne Metts and children; band's parents, Mr. and .daughter. fair were Mayor HerberrrFull-- visited in Bunnell last Thurs- \
Mr. and Mrs. .Jack Hardin and Gordon Shields.PLAZA. Mrs. er and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. day with Mr. and Mrs. :Jeff.
daughters; and Mr. and Mrs. VISITS IN, BUNNELL Thompson.. ,Seale and daughter, Glna'": ,
Howard Allen and children About 40 "
Former Bunnell residents neighbors attended : -'
all of Bunnell. Mrs. D. D. Moody and daugh the get-togellher. VISITS IN Nl: C. ..

ters, lona and .Juanlta, and Mildred ,
Kahlert
SUNDAY VISITORS Miss Mrs,._Charles Baker Jacksonville left Tuesday
Mary Provost, all of Or.. for Fayetteville C.
Theatre N.. to
Sunday visitors at the homeof lando visited In Bunnell Sun visited. ,in Bunnell .spend several days visiting
:
Rev. and Mrs. Earle Wilder PALATKA day with friends and rela Mrs.several days last week with her ,son and daughter in law
J. C. Hall
Sr.
,, Bunnell were his mother THURS. .J' FRI. SAT. tlves.BROTHER'. Hall. 'and,Jack-* ,Lt. and Mrs. Tom Kahlert. and
Mrs. Arlie Wilder, Mt. Dora, daughter, Dana.
and his aunt, Mrs. Willie. GREEN SLIME AND SISTER IN

Slayden, Clarksville, Tenn. Invaders' from beyond. the LAW KILLED UN TENN.

Stan Mr. and Mrs. Orland Blake
VISITING GRANDMOTHERSteve |IGI ly, Crossvllle Tenn, brother NOTICE '
i-PLUS- and sister In law of Lee _
French,
Daytona
Beach Hook Line and Sinker Blakely, Bunnell, both were Notice is
is visiting here this killed hereby given that on the 4th-day
in
week with his grandmother, Starring dent an Interstate automobile acci of August, A. D. 1969, at 8 ::00 P.* M. in the office
,Mrs. W. E. ,Knight Lambert. JERRY LEWIS or an Highway of the City .Clerk of Bunnell the
'' in Tennessee. Sunday after. City Commis ,
'Avenue, Bunnell. sinners will
hear comments
f SUN. MOW.( TUES.. WED. noon. and opinions on re- \
} They' were returning home zoning :Mr. J. I*.\ Townsend's property off Deen
CALIFORNIA
VISITORSMr.
Goodbye, Columbus from a visit with their daughter Road for mobile, home rentals and sales.
and Mrs. Ivan Doerk- |IRI| when the accident occur- < !: !k'
son, Ifovato. Calif, visited at Starring ed. No details are known here. f 2tf CITY OF BUNNEIX .,
Von Bulow Ranch last week I' RICHARD BENJAMIN Mr. and Mrs. Lee ,Blakely left ; ,. ..Barbara C. McCabe
with Bill and Mary Lenssen JACK KLUGMAN Immediately for Crossvllle, City Clerk J -
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JULY 31, 1969 William Sentry; SEA LION get close enough to catch it.

FOR PLAYS .INFLAGLER The men from Marine Studios -
SALE-Unfurnished 3 stated that they had losta
CLASSIFIED bedroom frame house with Passed AwayWednesday SURFA .California sea lion several

garage. Corner lot. S. Fbrsythe California sea lion was weeks ago and they believed
ADVERTISINGTROPIC fit., Bunnell. Call 4373797. spotted in the surf at 17th this: ,,to be the same sea lion.
July 31, Aug. 7, 2tc. Street South in Flagler v.They said the sea lion sleeps
11; HOUSE FOR"RENT 2 William E Gentry- 49 Highway Beach Thursday afternoon as upside down in the water with
bedrooms 13, Bunnell, passed It took, .
away a snoze. Egan,Eric and .his:;flippers extended.
unfurnished, Deen Wednesday, Julyfc 23 at the Linnea Arenberg of Flagler
Road Bunnell. Call 437.3658 Gainesville. Veterans Hospital Beach They said It probably would
GARDENS- of 4377167. were swimming when not ,be possible to catch the
.
July 31, ltp. after a brl !1111ness. they saw the strange I
Let us help beautify Flagler crea- sea lion in the water and It
County. Large variety of ever- NEED NEW TIRES?? See our Born 4n LJttlip. j I Rock Ark., ture. probably would not come
greens, palms, hedge plants. selection of ATLAS tires. Be. he moved to Bynnell 8'years They first thought it to be a ashore while people were
5% miles S of Bunnell on fore buying check with Knox ago from Pompaijo Beach. He dead sea turtle floating In the around.
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc Oil Company, U. S. Hwy. 1 for was a member of American surf. Upon closer observationIt The sea animal reappeared
-- the best deal in town. TFC Legion Post "115; ,DAV Jim was believed to be a seal. Friday morning and came

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Two white kittens Booe Chapter 86; and VFW Marine Studios was notified ashore neear S. 23rd. St. lie'
to giveaway
fields installed: Rota-Roter Call Minnie 437- Post, 5213. and they immediately sent remained on the 'beach and
snail shell. Reasonable prices. 3144. July Deen 31, ltc. He Is survived by his wife, two men to determine what it was observed by onlookers for

Call George -Jarosz, 437.3410 -- Connie Bunnell; a step- was.Grady several minutes befor going
8-1-tf WANTED TO RENTES;: bed'room daughter Mrs. Betty Joyce Prather and Warren back into the surf. .
house or 2 bedrooms'wlth Bowen Wauchqla; five step Walden took a small row boat Marine Studios crewmen
family room unfurnished sons, J. M. and Casey, both of and skirted the area where captured the sea lion Friday,
FOR SALE-1969 Singer zigzag in Bunnell. Phone collect Warner Bobbins Ga.; Wesley, the creature was sleeping and afternoon and returned it to
in cabinet. Blind hems Hastings, Fla.,692.1727. Itc Waco, Texas; 'Paul, Tucson, stated that it was a dog-like the studios where It was
dresses, sews on buttons Arizona; and Mike Windham, furry sea lion. They could not placed In captivity.
makes buttonholes, etc. Full Used two cushion sofa, $22.50; Bunnell' ; two sifters, Mrs. Jew --
price $52.20, tax included. Or Swivel rocker, $15; Vinyl ell Russ, Ft. Pierce; and Mrs.
terms available. For free home plastic recliner, $32. ,Jerry's Pearl .Arnold Lakeland. 1
demonstration call Credit Furniture, Old Dixie Hwy. TIRES TELL A
Manager, 9 a. m.. til 9 p. m., Phone 4373752. July 31, Itc 11:00 Funeral Saturday'morning services were at at STORY
Jacksonville Collectt 3880785. ." .
FOR RENT-Unfurnished the Craig Funeral Home Chapel
July 17 TFC THERE IS NO
CHARGE
bedrom house, $40 per month. Bunnell. The Rev. Earle TO DIAGNOSE YOUR
Stone Street, Bunnell. Phone Wilder, pastor of the Bunnell TIRE WEAR WITH OUR SPECIALIZED ALIGN-
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ITEMS FOR SALE: Fedders 4373282. It First United Methodist MENT EQUIPMENT. .
220 volt-16,000 B. T. U air .- 'T .. Church, officiated. The Rev.
conditioner; Camera, Miran BEAUTIFUL OPPORTUNITY Lester Stanton officiated at
da Sensorex 35 MM, 2'extra WITH MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS Military graveside I services : Skippy's Sunoco Service Clinic '

lenses; 3-piece bedroom suite; conducted by D.A.V., V.F.W. ..
bus camper. Call 4392537. BE INDEPENDENT .Exciting and American Legion posts at
July .24 3tc. and rewarding Franchise Espamola Cemetery. 0 t On AlA 1 Block North of Ormond Beach. Pie1

opportunity. with your Craig Funeral Home was in Tel. 677-5831 .',.... '
FOR RENT-Furnished 1-bed- own retail cosmetic store. charge of arrangements.
room apartment, near ocean Merle Norman Cosmetics offers
on North Central Avenue. you a. prestige business -
Call 4392528. ltc. with complete guidance and.
free continuous training. '
FOR RENT-Modem 2 bedroom FINANCING IS AVAILABLE

apartment. with central Write, wire or call collect: Clearance Sale
heatcarpeting, and aircon- Miss Pat. Harris, MERLE
ditioning. Permanent residents NORMAN COSMETICS- Dept. ,
preferred. Third Street South, LN9 9130 Bellanca Ave., L. A., .
Flagler Beach. Call 4392098. Calif. 90045 (area code 213) t

July 31, Itc 641-3777, July 31, 4tc. .1, "

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6-THE FLAGLEIt TRIBUNE THURS.. JULY 31. 1969, PINE TREES through my early chores at CRUEL HOAXES

PLANTED' home, then fulfilled my sIde. !l-HARASS SOLDIER :
I understand that If my hus- walk sweeping contracts be. :

|; Social. SecurityN band should die the children ben- FLAGLERSt. fore mowed shoving lawns off and for did school.yard I SURVIVORS M. T. Dixon of the Florida I
could get social security
.1 I afternoon free Dept of Veteran' Affairs, an. I
efits. I also work and have Regis Paper Company work during 'Bounces l '
-E-W-S social security coverage. If I recently planted some 480,000 time. 'Sold papers and event. many cruel hoaxes.
used to harass
are being survivors
should die, would the children pine trees ,In. Flagler County ually carried a regular paper '
Q. My wife ,is almost 62 receive anything? where the company manages route. My personal Income of soldiers killed In
and will be applying for benefits 44,600 acres of :forest. soon averaged $5 a week.A -Vietnam. 'They range from
,:, on my social security A. Yes, If you have worked anonymous: telephone calls to
record. Will this mean my under social security long Flagler County was one of negro kid and classmate those who impersonate' offl
check Will be less? enough to be Insured your 13 counties in Florida that operated a shoeshine stand' cers and Red Cross officials.
; childrel could receive monthly the and did very well. I made a
of company' reforested exten Such calls come from men
A. the amount
'; benefit No check will remain your theY 'benefits on ,your record Justas slvely during the winter deal with him to take' over tally disturbed persons rather -
could in of his stand in the evening'after'
they case your planting season. Throughoutthe than from war protesters.
same. husband's death.SEMESTER state ,St. Regis planted he quit work. A shoeshine Recently,, attempts' have been
I will be 72 In
Q. August. d1me'less cost of
netted me a
some ten million young made to gyp" survivors of
o. I am not now receiving social polish. I learned to play' a
pines which will be ready for men killed In action of a part
security becausee I have nev CALENDAR tune with a shine-rag and I
harvesting In 25 to 30 years.In of a $10,000 government In.
er' worked or paid social security learned a lot about human
contributions. Will I be RELEASED AT DBJC Florida Alabama Geor with surance.
nature' in my dealings
The this is done Dixon
for social security at Officials' In the registrar's gia and Mississippi where St. customers. Some were difficult way
says la, a person knocks on
72? Regis forests are concentrated and hard to others
office at Daytona Beach Junior please
foeligible. the door he Is wearing a uniform -
\ A. No. a person who reaches 'College 'have released the the company reforested 36. easily satisfied and> generous.,
and he has
72 this year needs social security first semester calendar for the 700 acres' of ''woodlands with I followed family advice and to colledt, certain says funeral, come
credit for at leastt 6 calendar school of arts and sciences, 2T million trees. started a savings account. Be. other exPenses -
or some 'expense.
quarters year and a the school of applied sciences Marcus G. Rawls, manager fore long I had over $100'In What isn't generally known
half'-to receive the special and the school of adult con. of. the, company's southern the bank. I don't know who however. is, if a soldier is

age 72 benefits. tinuing- education.0 forest; ,Said;, St. Regis has was the' proudest, myself army dead or missing 'In action, the
"Q. I am working and earn The current summer 'term planted nearly a half billion Dad. family" is always notified by
about' $3,500 a year. 1 will be ends on August 6 and pre- young pines 'In the four Deep Now'I am glad my folks an' officer, or'a senior ,noncommissioned .
65;this year. Wild I be eligible registration activity Is now in South states,. through its annual encouraged me to earn my officer who

for socvial security? progress reforestation program. In own way, recognize the val. makes 'a:' personal and prop.
*.A_'You will1' be-eligible' forhospital" J\tly 29.August 19: Pre reg. (the 'past 1O'years. ue of a ,dollar and give value er1'1den.tlficatlon.J'. ; ,

and( medical Insurance situation, all' schools. 4 r" Rawls explained that the received. !This, }lesson has Trite::visit is :followed by a

under Medicare. You August i .22.! Regular practice is to plant" about four served. me well all my: life.:, telegram front the Adjutant
may also receive some cash registration one'that is Hard work and 'enterprise Generals .
all schools. trees for every' harvested office ,In Washing.ton.
benefits, However, this will to,'assure' a continuing didn't ,do rne ,.my harm. As I .- Relatives ,of "soldiers,
n )the 'amount of your ,August. '25: Classes begin '
deeen4 supply of wood td'make paper gr W'altlel""a'nd' assumed more ,should pay no ,attention' to
benefits as well as your earn scHdol'bf arts and sciences and products at ilts Kraft'''mills in exacting' Jobs1: !' ''learned 'how any,:other; than the proper au.thadt1 .
ings and how steady you school of applied sciences.. Jacksonville.., Pensacola' :''and to get along with people, how ., Otherwise*' they are
wore Be sure to visit,your"so ,August 2 -26 Late to hold job- through efficient
: registration Montlcello, Mlss::The result: Is my : In:fotva rooking of. some.form
cial security office 2 or 3 school of arts. and a perpetUal'," forest* that provides effort and to,stay" alert or other. '

:months before you are 65 to sciences. recreation1 c Conservation, for, opportunSty.: Any families ,who receives

'discuss-- your' situation- August 29: Labor Day recess wildlife -arid' natural beauty, Sure I"'was''a square a poor such calls or: visitors, areurged
Q.:I m6a" and receiving social begins. as well as'wood'dber.: dumb'cluck and a simple soul by Dixon to 'make 'certain

i'', security widow's benefits.If Sept. 2: Classes resume. The the in*'the.'eyes of some of my ,they do ,not sign 'or endorse
I should remarry would company grows friends. But r consider"'"such
my anything and make
Adult High School and .basic certain
it its Florida
: trees needs at Lee, .
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monthly payments stop? education off campus classes ''tree which tltlesr- most complimentary today that you:report such In.
A. No. since .- pine"' nursery evert though"" they are cidents to, his office "
you are over 60 begfiir- *" a a IS one' the largest industrialtree at P. O.
your remarriage would" not November 26: Thanksgiving 'iiurser of ies Irf*the world quite Unpopular.' in some cir Box 1437, St.. Petersburg, or
-' stop your 'payments, but the recess cled., i call area code 8138984443.
begins all SChOols. with an "output1"of some 25 .
amount you get may change. December 1: Classes re million seedlings each year.
You would
receive whichever sume. rvf'
Is larger: half the rqetirement December 11.17: First semester Pine seed> planted at the .. AIt itA 1t '
benefit of your deceased husband 'classes- end and final nursery in the spring grow
or benefits asf the wife examinations.I: !' 'Jl t --i, about eight:to ten inches tall
of your new husband.Q. December 18: End. of first .by""'late' fall. Then they are
I have 3 young children. semester. uprooted, shipped to forest .
headquarters' in the South,
and transplanted by tractor-
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Flqgler' CountyInsurance land that is inaccessibleto
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Regis foresters use a helicopter
to plant pine seeds from ,
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Agency,. Inc.:.. the air. The tiny seeds are 1ImID!

coated with a repellent, to l ,
All Forms of 'Insurance fend off ''hungry insects, rodents : .
and birds until they .
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305' East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171. can germinate. ,
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32010 St. Regis depends primarilyon
Tm! >nelIv Florida
small to medium-sized MEN'S SUITS

LlFE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY landowtners to supply about .

.. 75 percent oft the wood (needed b -,
.. Jla.. to make p8lper' and paper Regular' Now

products SIt its :southern kraft $75.00 ........... $59

mills and converting.. plants. 85.00 ....?..... 68

: ruJ 1 And company ca foresters are 3. 100.00 1......._. 77
;JON T.IIMECERTIFICATES::
r 501 d: available to'help other landowners 115.00 .......... 89

0 throifgrh personal inspections L' 125.00 .......... 94
of*their lands and 135.00' ......... 99
sound management counsel, R .65.OO.124.
VOL..IA MINIMUM 5.3.004-90 DAYS. free of charge. '' '
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NATIONAL COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY 11'5.00 .......... 134.1


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not poor. Like most families "Regular' Now

JIIWIlIWltilllialiGr II'' 1 we 1ems'which experienced were money frequently probe ;ri .. .\ '\ \ $55.00......... 44

discussed in my presence., I :r (i' 65.00 .........., 49

was fed housed and clothed i 75.00 ,?......... 59
and enjoyed an allowance of j:: j .I 85.00......... 68'

8:00 P. M 25 cents a week to spend as I ,J'95.00, T......... 74
wished. If I felt I needed more 100.00,......,....., 77

FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HAL I was permittted to 'earn it in } :A. 135.00 .......... 99
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any lawful respectable man.
SPONSORED By- ner. ':li awever, I had certain ':i. '
Disabled AmericanVeterans duties' and obligations at i S'L A }( sfI

home and was given to under.
stand that these must be met. I '. t ., ;!' rl4I! -,;;'T 'I "'J Q-
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side Income activities.
FREE REFRESHMENTS '22.95..... 17.50 .

Jim Booe' Chapter No. 86 I soon were learned unlimited that opportunities for .' 25.00 .... 18.5O:

a 30.00 ...... 21.50
NO MINORS: ALLOWED a boy who was ambitious and
willing to work. A widow in 35.00: () ..... 24.50 '

our block offered me 5, centsto :45.00, 29.5O

sweep her sidewalk each ALSO SAVEON
morning. It gave me an idea :" !
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEr and I soon had a similar art r Shirts,Underwear:,; Foots,

. ':0. "; r ':r P 1'." ""1 '0 a ,. rangement with seven neigh WE HONORS T'MS. Vests,.Sporf Shirts,' ,
H. 'CRAIG Funeral Director 'bbrs"Which netted me 35 centsa Dankamerteard __ Traditional Shirts, Sweaters,
i Bermuda Shorts',.Swim/Trunks;' 1
day. I arose early, romped Master ,Charge ,
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1" Phone' ID 7-3532, FACTORY DAYTONA BEACH'''

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7 J. .trrCOMMISSIONED J' -_THUBS.__... JULY 31. 1969 About CALkNDAROF 8 p.. 'nu_ at the post home.
I Moody Blvd., Bunnell. Mrs.
LIEUTENANT : feVENTS Orlln Green president, will ,""
,rY..J .,...rt,..ll... .......t__ .. .. O ur ServicemenSGT. August 1: VeteransForeign preside. ';:
Frldlay.
+rl, vr+. "8u eJ.a Wars Post ,5213 meets: (-0-)

t '_.. ,CYRIL' .SLOVAK- at 8 p. m.. in ,the post home. American Legion Post 115 '::1
"f'AWARDED: BRONZE- West Moody Blvd., Bunnell. will meet at 8 p.: m. at the ,;j

I 1-: f >4| ":-x- C-o-) Bunnell. Civic Center.
Irk,, STAR MEDAL (.0.)
: Mondayq/ 4
August. : Flag.
August 5: Masonic .
Tuesday,
M. ler County Commission meets
..,Je chnical. rgeantCyrIS1O7 200
Lodge F&AM No. meets
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: .rt akr;r, son l PfJ M>wr..ilnd; k'Mz's. at 9:00 a., m. in the commissioners at7:30p.m. :

J m' ii Sa, va ,..erStaiqute.Bunnq room at the county m

k h V ->T v erH Decorated courthouse. .J '. ,. :j
I'VJ'! lJ'} ,Bronze) aSar ;MedaltgbigJi (-0-) BOY;:SCOUTS '

ltOtl qi\1! service whjle# Bunnell City Commission ATTENDING CAMP ,

eneageit4n+. i,4lltaryr operations : meeting at 7:30 p. m.. A pub. A group of Boy Scouts,

against Viet Cong forces. lie hearing will be ,conductedat Troop 472 Bunnell left Sun :

ta ? Sergeant Slovak, an air 8 ,p. m. for: comments _and day afteroon for;Camp La-
traffic controller at Pleiku AB opinions on rezoning property Noche In the Ocala National

Vietnam, was cited. for his off Deen 'Road for mobile Forest. Fifteen scouts and As= .. '.
professional ability and sound home rentals and sales sistant Scoutmaster Robert .

Judgement .in,. overcoming the : .(-o-) Creal are? attending the one '
many Involved. problems,associated VFW Auxiliary meets at week session.
with his duties. He is ..
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in. a unit of the Air Force KL.AQL.EIt.1 I COUNTY SCHOOL.I .S IIOAIIO r' .

Communications Service TENTATIVE HUDOKT

The sergeant is a graduateof .. ? / .joea-ro. .
Bunnell High School.HARRY Pursuant to the provisions of Section 23.712 Statute 1941, aa
t amended by Section A of Chapter 22.839 of Florida Acts of 1945 notice -
is hereby given ;that a' public hearing shall be held by the Flag
? [1 ler County School Board August 7th. 1969 at 8.00 P. M. for the purpose -
1", KULESKI, of discussing with citizens of the county the proposed school
budget of July 1. 1969 and ending June 30. 1970 which budget Is summarized -
as follows:
I Vie? 'SERVING" ; ABOARD, PAIlT-7. : ,,, ','. '

USS OZBOURN OPERATING KU.NDS; SUPPORT AND --'MAINTENANCE .
LJ : I..f ", ', A. Balances Beginning of Year: ..
Signalman t Thlnl,class Harry 1. General School Fund (County & State Funds: )_ $ 104184.15

Fv Kuleskt' Jr., son ,of Mr. D. Anticipated Recelpte: f

and'Mrs. Ha.rry F. Kuleskl ST., 1. State Funds ____.___.._....-.w.-.. 465.696.12
Beach Is serving
Flagler 2: Education Improvement Expense (State) ..._._.. 91.060.00
--- USS Oz-
aboard the destroyer

II DEAN PETERS'ONMajor bourn at San Diego Calif. 3. County Taxes ._..__- ____-:--.____.: 356.351.10'

General Henry W. Peterson, a State Trooper Hfs ship is used primarily 4. Other Sources (Tran.portatlon-Voluera County)_ .... 500.00

McMillan' the,:Adjutant. General for Florida Highway Patrol in antisubmarine offensively warfare against,' operating TOTAL ______..__..:_.:.. 1.023.791.97

,of :Florida, announcedthe Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. surface ships, defending C. Proposed Expenditures: .
1. Administration __....._.___ .. 56,055.72
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appointment of DeanM.. Dean Peterson, Bunnell. He is against-airborne, ;attack ,. .'

'Peterson Jr.'' as' a 2nd Lieutenant a 1963 graduate 4 of Bunnell providing gunfire support for 2. Instructional Salarlee. _._.. ...,,. ".._'._, .' if<. ..r......--..--. 541.250.00

in JBtry B, 1st Bn. 265thArty High School and attended ,amphibious' assaults .3. Expense. for Supplies. Instruction_ & Other __ 20196.00

foll graduation Daytona Beach 3uniordCollege.; '.nt 4. Operating ,of ,Plant ______-.-:.._:..:...___ S 58500.00

from. the Florida ,National He and, .his wie" ., Pamela and 'I .At: ,,lesident tfS; { ) g ,4icensQ 5. Maintenance. '. of Plant. ____..._;_.. _."....-. .- 26.160,00
# .. (' 'p.. ys. a .flsheman ,tp. fish
Guard Officer Candidate ,
; "" 6. Auxiliary Services (Transportation,+,Food.'Etc.)_ 40941.00
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Todd reside Lau.
son at 'anywhere44n/ sta.t41j( 24
School at
Camp. Blanding on ,hours a day and 365 days ayear. 7. Fixed Chargee ___._....__ 64325.00
July 27. derdale., I' ... .. T' '. "
... ..- 8. Education ;Improvement Expense ______ 117107.59 \'
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: "4. ) (Jr. College, & ETV) : 11608.00
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/..'""v.!' :. '">vT4A ,. .. ', .-I.,Iot.!,,,...i! ''' 1 10. Transfers to ,Part}t & III of Budget _..;.____ 43.156.80

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-; 'JIJM1u/,''';,' ::'! \. .n 11. Balance and 4teserves .. ,37,898.06j
\ ",(1,1;:"'"",, '-:\, ',: ". : 'f;. I"::' :." ; M1 .. ........7$1.023.191.97
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I\ ),' "r VS&methiii .." ',\.. A. Anticipated Iteeeipts; ...._..:.I". .. .,....:...... .__. $ 36808.00
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,1 D. Proposed Expenditures: ,
... I 1. Payment of ,.2.37,2 Loan ..._.... --.w.;,. .... ... 10000.00
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; .;; 2. Payment. ''of,.fonds; ____......?, ......................... ......._. 20000.00
that agriculture. .. -11..,.' ". 'ij...
:,.i; 3. Intere.t', on 237,27 Loan __..._. _:_.__. 350.00

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''' 4; Intere on Bonds LL 6408.00

',, 'j-, ".. \j>1'' 5. Other Expensee for Debt Service ___60.00

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.has'alwayswanted. TOTAL 8 36808.00
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CJAPITA.LtIMPJ1.0VEMENT, FUNDS ,.S .
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", ;A. Balance Beginning of Year: T' :
'' Capital Outlay and Debt Service!. .___ $ 25580.04 .
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4', 2. Local Capital Improvement t"_.__ _. 4946.99
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: : 3. 4.Bond,". Conetructlon _...__:..:.-.___.' ___ 1202.00

;., fJ'r D. Anticipated Receipt: .
F.. 1. State Funds .____:___.-:-_......___ 22.346.28

:t 2. Incoming Transfers .._.... ........_........... ...?..._ 26,94940:
... 7 .
3. 'Tranefer' Within Part III __........._._..__ 1202.00

E i. 1 .i.l'.,' ... TOTAL ._.:.._...:;:. ..____.. 82.25.91

..t;,;. r I C./.Proposed Expenditures: 1; ,

,1. To Debt Service __.._...___..__. ; _.___._. 20.000.08
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.,:: 2.. Improvement of Sitee -._..;:... :". -'-'_"' .-_......: 10000.00
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,3. Remodeling _'_ _._... :....'_.; _:--'-_"._:. 1.000.00
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',". .! 4. Original or Additional Equipment ___._._., 11000.00
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', I I 6. Library Books 'and Audio Visual Equipment ,.:. 11000.00
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\. 1,.. 4 .. ,. I' L. ;'" '6. Transfers Within Part III __,.._.._.:.___. 1202.00
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sW1tch. 7. Balancea and Reserve ____.__. --_. 28023.91
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V b PART IV.CONTRACTED. ,. :., '
FEDERAL PIIOGRAM FUNDSI
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," :t A. Balancee Beginning. .of Year __ i 2.590.8.

.. ..41'0.'.... ."" "'ff'VT': ,: .,. ,.>. > B. Accounts Receelvable :_ _...._-._- 8722.77
;1; You how carefree<< anti< ppeiidable electric service Is in r-
; knpw jo p"r. ,
; TOTAL, _._.......__._,_ 8 11313.61 i
horrje >EJip a switch aQdj quVe! got li It{ t".rnusicf.!air conditioning! ;!! ; ? .. ?

''r" : ':/. all the comforts and: ...QIv.9I'tqqPJ..1t.) \ : ; f mpd(@r(\> Ining.VbuGan': ,, } C.1.Proposed Title I Expenditures_._____: .,....__...___?....... ........._.._.. $ 10728.43
.., !i need for and citrus the sane "
y :get,the, irrigation you crops groves 2. Title II __ ..__. :..____..______ 585.18
I. carefree electric way.Electric ;.,... '" .
:f 'I1t jt'f!:>f"1! iP A.t-4,"'.... TOTAL ___.... __r._ 8 11.313.11
powered Irrigation; is,ddpendablq. Motors last .! 3nger. S
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The millage to be levied for 1989.70 assessment roll to produce
\' And maintenance costs)am? much igwerElectric,, powered irrigation necessary revenue for these budgets for the ensuing fiscal year are:

is carefree in another, way too: auto ati9''timers allow :you to IV. DISTRICT CURRENT LEVIES FOR MAINTENANCE PURPOSE
: A. County Support and Maintenance Fund 5.41 Mills
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supply water whenever, needed-even at night. They provide just '
B. Special Tax:, School District No. 1 __ 4.59 Mills
need when and where need it.
.I,: the amount of water you you pr
: Complete detail. of each seperate part of the School Budget aa ".
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equipment dealer.about the advantages of having a .
: Ask your summarized above are on file and are available for public Inspection
r : Or in touch with :.:. at the Office of the Superintendent of Schools Flagler County. Bun
switch" get
..: "rain nell. Florida and will be available for such public hearing together
;t.., with all supporting statements and Information.
:; All Interested persons are cordially Invited to participate In this: ,cl i
\' public hearing ttnd to discuss the school program and budget for thin
.. county for the eneulngyear.. <1., '
.; THE FLAGLER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ,;
., FLORIDA rOWCH LIGHT COMPANY rt$ :-1>, AOUBU COUNTY, FLORIDA .
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA- ... MYRTLE C. RICE. Chairman .. .I.
/ '; f'.f. ATTEST: ,., ,I
JAMES O. CRAIG .
.. ".,. '. .,, "' ,.' ,r,' Superintendent of Schools and .'
: : \ :'l. Ex-Offlclo Secretary to the ..... '
_',;, : ; :>, ': Flagler County .School Board ; t
> Flagler County Florida i I..L:

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8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. JULY 31, 1969 been bringing In the usual SUMMER BAND

LEE PRESSWOOD catches of whiting sheeps-> SESSIONS TO
BUNNELL SCHOOLNO. \ head and red bass. The Span. START AUGUST 4
WINS MINI STOCKAT 2 SOFTBALL ish mackerel have started to
DELAND SPEEDWAYLee show up In the area and are Band students begin summer -
Presswood Flagler SEASON ENDS running in the, five to seven practice sessions Monday,

Beach, placed first in the mini Bunnell School No. 2's Wed pound bracket. One 8 pound August 4 at 9:00: a. m. in. the
stock event at Deland Speedway nesday night Softball league mackerel was brought into Bunnell High School band
the band is. under the .
camp room. The
Saturday night. Press- closed the season with the
wood was driving the Fuel ,Bombers taking the lead over Flagler Fish CampNot direction of desiring T. Odac Individuallessons zin.
Oil -Special, owned by Buddy the Giants. The bombers won Students
Knox, Bunnell. 7 and lost 4 games. much action is the word are asked to contact
\, Presswood who had only The Bombers were managed from Manager Henry Aycockat the bandmaster at the band
driven the car three times, by Paul Spearman: .Frankie Flagler Fish Camp this room or call 4373362.
took the lead on the second Wilson managed the 'week. A few black' bass were
.lap and unshed several carlengths Giants. About 45 participated caught in Haw Creek. The VET TO INOCULATEPETS
ahead of the other en- in 'the school's summer soft- largest' was weighed In at two AT FLAGLER
.tries// ball program. and one half pounds. BEACH THURS. A. M.

A Daytona Beach Veterinarians
FISHING LINE, Intracoccstal: Waterway will be at the Flagler

Several nice catches of Beach Municipal RecreationHall
V
.. Flagler Beach Pier trout have been taken/' :from Thursday, July 31 from .

A-l-A RESTAURANT At Flagler Beach Pier, ac the canal. Jack Hall, Bunnell, 8:30: to 10:00: a. m. to inocu

tion was fair during the week. caught three nice ones Monday late pets.A .
I
morning. He also got a fee of $4.00 will be charged
I end with one '23 pound king
IS 'NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF mackerel! caught by William five and one half pound for the shots, according to
Olerk Helen Nolte.
City
Bailey, veteran fisherman snook.
GLENN AND RUTH MILLEROur
from East Palatka Bailey has Surf Fishing II,
bagged several nice kings this GULF SERVICE
New Serving Hours Are: season. Other fish taken Include Now that the mullet are STATION UNDER
small drum in the one running, they are being NEW MANAGEMENTKeene
Sunday*-11 a m. til ,1O p. m. to two pound range; several caught frequently by local Guxnee,, Flagler
nice flounder weighing one to fishermen. One group netted Beach, has taken over the
Tuesday 'Through Saturday, 4 p. m. til 1O p. m. four pounds; and numerous 600 and another, reported they management of the Bunnell

We Will Be \Closed All Day Mondays spots. bagged 200.RENEW Gulf' Service Station. Gurnee,
Cecil' Westbrook said the who'bas had previous experience

water had been muddy sever- TROOPER Bill SAYS in station management' ,

We are looking forward, to 'serving all of our old al days but was clear now assumed operation of the, business
and fishing had improved.' YOURDRIVER'S last week.

I customers (-o-) LICENSE The service station was
Binds Fisherman's Resort DURING YOUR formerly operated by Harold
Higginbotham of Bunnell.
e .' Fishermen at Sing's have BIRTH MONTH

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.- SQUARE DANCING -
INSTRUCTIONS AT

,1' FLAGLER BEACH

: i >:',. .;t.? 1l1):lt't'S:.W Kf- Anyone interested in learn
1 C- } f?{. ing how to square dance may
ntipqF}?%'t 3 3.i do so August 6-12: at the Flag
I ler Beach Municipal' : Hall.' A
.,
I ...
group of dance instructorsfrom
f
( Daytona Beach will give
IMP022IBLY the lessons free of charge on
'
the above dates.Everyone .
.
'
"
is welcome.

G3' .dk' #T 1td' .: .
'
POISONOUS PLANTS
P .
n'N
t SUMMER'S PLEASURES
. .
.
F6 >Y? x.Jt91 Every year thousands of
I children' and adults are acci-

dentally poisoned by plant
2AVING2 enemies they did not see and r
: recognize in (the woods and '

fields: A little knowledge anda
little care could have saved
I w \ QN them from the painful' experience ,
ofr severe skin inflammation

and water blisters that
., 1 <: tn.At.' '?.. follow to poison
: ., v. can exposure
,', b''} :$u 1 'a.JtrrrS.cSS.: .,,.. ... k: r tCk'R< } 1 t n, ivy poison oak and poison
sumac. .
j. .. !These plants occur In. almost
,' .
1 ,,',f." Impossibly tow 'every part ,of the United
-
,; States 'in one 'or more of their
year-end prices-. .
': various forms. Few persons
-- -
: I have sufficient immunity to
Kilv.:: '' :, impossibly early. protect them.

,id i rl"'' ;') Fords! Falcons! '0.'trfo" Florida Agricultural Extension
.: experts! suggest /that; it is
\ Mustangs! Fairlanes! Falcon-: Power plus economy worth while to make a special
: ;n 1( ,
I ,',., at Impossible savings. project of teaching young-
: sters to recognize and avoid
.. plants which can harm them. '
; .!! .. ..4(1(_
Many people have learned
$ rTY ; ,;
/ ; ', \ by experience that they are
; susceptible to poisoning by

'. -TL poison ivy, poison oak, or poison -
: 'f. : sumac. Others have escaped -
j',." g ; .
"contamination or have a
P',
t '
.....:.,"'",A...'' 2o 2o .. ;J'j-1'cs\"" ;..,...R 1 certain degree of immunity,
t .: -1fJ7'; ':: Mustang-America's No. 1 .Falrlane-Big on room and the extent of which appearsto
' .) : o Sport at a No. 1 Sale Price value..-. Impossibly low on priceBuyerb be only relative; repeated
; 3'f. I :contact can result in poison-

I... as 1M ? / > -1'lff. i7j' market ,ing of people previously Im-
J > ( } I ,
: '- 1'5: F n Fir > mune.
, ." : .' "i Impossible bargains! .t- The! skin irritant of poison
, .. '.1 '" : ,41Ulf ivy, oak and sumac is a nonvolatile
.
i : ; phenolic substance
;r I called urushiol, found in all
I t r'I Fy < parts of the plant includingroots

, I 4. 9S'y "at.KF* ,and fruit. It occurs in I
o great substance in the plant'
.
/- ,, O sap. .

i .. Danger of poisoning Is
Q) greatest; ,in spring and sum
I = FORD'2 mer, when sap is abundant,
... .. and least in late fall or win
>
; ter.A
very small amount of
,j ', 1 the poisonous substance can
\ ''J IMPOSSIBLEBUNNELL ]produce severe infiamation of

'1 the skin and is easily trans
j ferred from one object to

....'(_ ,", 0)) :wo 'I!mother. Clothing may become
,I, .contaminated' and 'a source of
;][prolonged' Infection. Dogs and
.. rats:: calm contact the plants

md carry poison to children
(>r other unsuspecting per-
:
," ..... .. 'The
..".- tons. poison may remainn
the animals' fur for a contlderable -
y, period of time.

Smoke from ,burning plants
carries: the toxin, and can
gunnel)
f MOTOR COMPANY Inc. Florida
ause= severe cases of poison-
I ng.





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