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: August 7, 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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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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VOX. 57 NO. 33 THURSDAY' AUGUST'7, .. $3.50 A YEAR .
r-: { County Board. School Board

? Indorses New 'Rescinds Teacher>

Cracker Day Site Transfers

: In a special meeting held

; ::7. The Board of County Commissioners last Wednesday evening, the
School Board rescinded the ,
action} of a week: ago. transferring : \
new site for Cracker Dayto .teachers between ; j
be held at the agriculture schools. The earlier action

.. ,.. \site .on Espanola Road. The would have transferred 10
'teachers from ,Bunnell Ele,
request was made by Lyman "
Gage and Don Jordan, president mentary'' No. 1 ,and, ,1. from t
Flagler Beach to Bunnell ,. I
I and secretary of Flagler Elementary 'No, '2 (Carver). .

Cattlemen's,, Association, who And 10 Negro teachers would'

appeared at' the ,Monday have been transferred: Bun. *

'. meeting of the Commission. hell Elementary No-1 and one ;
to Flagler Beach. p/
The property is under the \The first, motion which was I d
supervision of State Board of made by ,Harold Emery and. :t\w
Education and Internal Im, seconded. by Raymon F. Tucker -"
provement' Fund.*)With the In called for rescinding the' f

dorsement of the' Board of action of the superintendent'In : ,

County, Commissioners It' is transferring the teachers
anticipated that the Flagler After considerable discussion:

Cattlemen .can use the back as to who Initiated the trans.
portions of the acreage for the fer of-teachers a roll call vote

Annual Cracker Day barbecue _. showed Emery and Tucker!
and horse races. > : voting "Yes" and Perryman;
This entrance on North Hwy. A1A takes visitors into Washington Oaks Garden State Park ..No...-
Roy Phillips of Marco Polo Peavy and Rice voting
requested the Board to' place which is part of the Spanish land grant to Badtista DOn'Juan Ferreira in.1815. It was developedas The superintendent then

larger culverts under the Old a plantation by General Joseph Hernandez, 'at early Florida planter. George Washington,! whd passed out his written re om-,

Dixie Highway just east' of 'was related to the first' United States President, married Hernandez daughter Louisa. In 1844 men dation which called for

Korona'so'that the south side, they 'were given this land and remained here until 1856 while developing the plantation and rescinding the action of the

could drain (better. The Board starting .orange groves. Louisa died In 1859 and George left, but returned In 1886 ''and remained School Board transferringteachers '

agreed "to request the State the.rest of his life f cThe'plantation between schools:

Road Department to Install was purchased in 1936 by J and, Mrs. Owen D. Young and. the gardens, Dave Perryman moved and H.'

culverts of proper size, to groves and plantings were expanded.. In 19641 after Mr, Young's death,- Mrs.' Young gavethe Vf Peavy seconded recommendation that thsuperintendent's

move the water. property to the State of Florida, be
accepted.The vote wasunanimous.
Identical bids for cement ---;
were received from' UnIversal 'CALENDAR OF Flagler County Recreation .' It waS then moved by Ray-
,Atlas Cement Cp. and Florida Advisory Council meets at 8 City Approves ;
;mon 'Tucker and seconded, by
Portlland Cement Co: The bid p. m. in the commissionersroom
/Dave that the
/ Perryman
of Florida: Portland was iac- at the courthouse.. For
Rezoning .
action of the school
7 Flagler i previous !
cepted. Commissioner, C. H. Today, August : (,o )
Cowart stated that he 'qbjected"hof ; /Beach City Commission meets Tuesday,,J August; 12: Flagler.County.SdtoolTBoar.dreg.- ... ;; Board 'to Invite the' Survey.

J'. |- to, Florida :Portland r .at:8p:: mat; CltyVHall.JJv-' ; : ?; .; ; ....< ,T.. Trailer I : Park.: : :...,, N s;:."Team pllance-b' to 'HrescInded review HEW: 'lt.com...Was: "***-**:., -, .-,..
,the '.. CfOOFlagler ular meeting'at-,9 a. m. In theSuperintendent's /
bid-but tQ .having ,county .
: Bunnell
County City stated that the Board had' not .
School Board- office the
"at -
build the extension onto ,
to rezone 55 acres of taken sufficient action to warrant
m. ,,
state road in the Bimini area. budget hearing, at 8 p. at courthouse. : 4
land south
north .and of Deen
a' review. The motion
the county courthouse): (-o-)<
Mr. and Mrs. Milton, Weth- Road from residential to, corn, 'without
passed, objection.
(-0-) C. B. president of J JEVEREJ'TE
erington, Dupont appeared Stops merical for mobile home park
Sunday, August 10: Korona Relllm ,Inc.i Bunnell,
before the Board, to' request use at a public hearing,Monday -
Community Club meetsat 2 will be the at
guest speaker '
that portion of a subdivisionthat \ night. The action came : DURRANCE,
p, m. at. St. Marys Church Social the Bunnell Lions Club lunch
lies within their property after Universal Activities Inc.
Hall. eon-meeting at 12:15 at the LIFELONG RESIDENT
in Dupont be vacated. A letter President Jim (Townsend, Day- ,
( oO
Bunnell Civic Center.
from Louis Uihlein was read tona Beach the
requested re- DIED SATURDAY .
Monday, August 11?.,Flagler (-0-)
he did not object to
stating 'but Beach Lions and their families Order of Eastern Star'Chapter zoning.,, Everette E. Durrance, 61.
vacating subdivision
objected to streets being close will have 'a picnic at 93'meets:'at 8 p.'m. in,the In other action Monday Bunnell, lifelong' resident of

ed ''that would create' a dead- 6:30: p. m. at the Flagler Masonic Hall, Bay .St., Bun- night the commissioners: Flagler County and son of a

end./ Beach State Park. nell.__,, .. APPOINTED P l1ce' Chief pioneer family, died Saturdayat
.Wilfred Hunter '
temporary 11:50 at Bunnell Gen-
i It was stated that the pro X ') : p.m.
l Hunter
city building inspector.
BEACH RESIDENT SCHOOL BOARD eral Hospital after, an extended -
not effect
posed closing would '
will receive 'a fee for' each '
his right to reaching his S '\f>l
,REGINALD CRAMP RECEIVES 'building.Inspected in 'addl. 'He. was a retired cattleman
property. The' vacating was tion to his regular salary as and a member of the Churchof
Police Chief.
; Jesus Christ of Latter Day
A representative from Mac; Reginald R. Cramp, 69, 1820 BUS Coach Designs Position The Police Chief was also Saints. 0'

Asphalt Paving Co stated that South Central Avenue, Flagler Coach Joe Klrkland sub.' authorized to hire a parttime lie Is survived by his wife,

they were, the apparent low Beach, passed away Monday, mltted his resignation:: to the policeman to work one to Elizabeth; his mother, Mrs.
bidder for the widening and August 4 at Bunnell General School 'Board Monday. The ,three days a week In the Rosa Durrance, Bunnell: four

resurfacing of Highway 100 Hospital. resignation was to be effective south section of the city. The :daughters Mrs. .Joyce Spark-
between Bunnell and Flagler He was a native of Toronto, immediately he said.. commissioners .also ,agreed to man Mrs. Maetta Bass Mrs.
.:. Beach. He requested use of the Canada and came to Flagler Kirkland stated he had accepted send the police chief to DBJC Frankie Glddens and 'Mrs.
county rock pit to obtain Beach two years ago from To- similar. position withy for a 200 hour law enforcement Marsha Harris, all of Bun-

shell for theroad work. :The ronto. He owned and operatedthe the_ Putnam County schoolsystem course with transportation nell; a son, Gene, Flagler
Commission stated that their Toronto Motor Court, S.' where he will be furnished by ,the city.i". Beach; four stepsons, Herbie
I t supply was very' limited and Hwy.. AlA, Flagler Beach. Line Coach at Crescent City VOTED to change the road McKelvin. Carl McKelvin.-
'they could hot relinquish' Survivors include his son, High School. .sign at N. Church St. and Larry McKelvin and Floyd

what they had left. Joseph, Flagler Beach; two Kirkland moved'' to Bunnelltwo I Court St. from "stop"' to. McKelvin. all of Bunnell; five "'-

' Fitzhvigh Maiphurs request. daughters, Mrs. Margaret years a'eo from BinnIng. "yield". sisters Mrs. Elsie Moran and
ed that; a street in Artesla Duncombe, Lompoc, Call, ham Ala. where he was head Instructed City Attorney Mrs. Pearl Woods both of 1
I ., ; Park be closed between, the and Mrs. Phyllis, McGarry, coach and athletic director at Tucker to draw an ordinanceto Bunnell; Mrs. Bessie Brooks, !

, ; property belonging to him.and Lorne Park; Ontario. Canada; Greenwood High' .School. He 'add $2 to each' police fine,I Fort Meyers: Mrs.: Frances I
I, his nephew. He :was advised a brother Harold, Escondldo, 'was football, line coach ''and' with,$1 to go to the State Law YeTvington, Cocoa: and :Mrs.
of the procedure which re-. Calif.; four grandchildren; jayvee basketball coach at Enforcement Academy and $1, Phynls Dawson. New Jersey;

;f quires the notice, be advertise and two great grandchildren. Bunnell High School and was' to' the Special City Fund for three. brothers Guy New Srhy-. S i
...., Funeral services will be at Instrumental 'in organizing training local police officers. ma; and George and Hiram, j ,i
: letter:"from Federal Avla-: :2:00: p. m. Thursday at:Craig: the schoo's' baseball: team. AUTHORIZED Fire Chief both of Bunnell; 12 grand :
. I tion Authority. was read ''stat. 'Funeral Home ,Chapel, Bun Kirkland said he plannedto Edwards to have necessary children.
:. ''ing- that the' FAA had' no objection .; nell.- continue residing In .Flag. repairs made to the city's fire Funeral services were Tuesday -

:.';.':, to the airport lease being Calling hours at Craig Funeral ler County. .truck. ; i .i -''afternoonat'; 2:00: ..at '
". negotiated between the '. Home will be from 8 a. School Coordinator Submits TOOK an option to pay Graveside. In' Hope Ceme'tery' )
,'r County Board and Relllm 'J n, to the hour of service Resignation $1600 for the Myjak propertyat Elder Tilton Palatka.j.Church '

Strops, Inc. The road .super- Thursday "r' :t;.t _Miss Cell Joyce Emery, the corner of Anderson,and ( of Jesus Christ Latter Day
'; Intendent, stated that he Flagler County School System Magnolia Avenues to be used Saints officiated. \
would"" finish the cleaning of TIDE TABLE Coordinator submitted1 a letter as an underground sewerage Pallbearers were Cary Holland "-

grass and weeds from the Tides For August 7-13 resignation!, effective pumping station site. ,Kent Holland Joe Kelly; i
area as well'' as paneling the August ISto the Flagler AGREED to purchase :a' Stanley Cowart ,John John
office this Week so that the HIGH LOW County) School Board Friday, Gravely tractor mower. for. ,ston and Albert. Johnston.
contract would 'soon be in ef-1 Jay AM.: P.M. JV.M. P.M.. August 1. according to Supt. "75165.\ Craig Funeral. Home, Bun. ,
feet. .; r:1336:: '' : : 4:24: ''9:42-10:42 :J. O. Craig.' ACCEPTED the county tax nell, was In charge.' '

The Clerk was directed, to. 8 (, _' 4:36: 5:18 10:30 11:36 Miss Emery has been employed roll tor.real and personal :
write a letter 'tq, ,1TT-Rayon- t 9> J' ,, 5:36: 6:06: 11:24 1159. by the school system property. Also authorized the bond of Mlcanopy Caole.vTV: ,.,'
ler requesting negotiation, on 10 '6:24: '6:48': :12:18; 12:06: since November,1968. She was. City, Clerk ''to hire some one would be estreated August:.7 -.

.'the proposed: rights of way for 11 7:06: '730L! :*T.:00: 12:48 previously employed by the .to assist with preparing the ''since the 'company" failed to
the three entrances. Into the 12 ,7:48 '8:06: 1:36': 1:30 Putnam County school sys-. : city tax, roll. comply with the. franchise <

,/ airport. .; 13 8:30: 8:42: 2:12: 2:06: tem. :.. 'ACthat. the $1,000 agreement. Si ...:;:.; ':

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F--i &a secon}l class matter
6. 1913. at the po.t-
,atBunn, ll, Florida. ruder ". < -

: : .;...I, March.;-lois".'' 3. 1876.'O.7,4>J J.: .'- ,,,.., { a I C 'E, ,( "OUR OWN"'i 'BAR-B-QUED' -!

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Year -- .3.0 F i
( )iertle .....,.. ..,,,...:..1.50 CHICKEN

{ Flagler Court;
944XED > Per Year


During the past week a number of people have confessed i.
that they are confused about what was really happening>> in the
(J. S. D. ChoiceCHUCK
school situation. ,We- have been accused, good naturedly, we A.
think, of not giving the full story of who did what and said .
what.Then ROAST lb. 58<

we have heard of a. number of parents,who say they are
'going to transfer their children to other schools or send them to .
live with kinspeople. Often, we find the parents fears are due j
to lack of understanding about what is really going on. t): S. D. A. Choice ,

Since we have attended most of the school board meetingswe

and shall where attempt we stand to give now.a review of what has,happened, why, CHUCK STEAK Ib 6S'

Of course, the national political scene has caused much "
havoc, locally. While on the One hand the Republican administration
'was promising to ease HEW integration requirements, Choice JuicyALL S .
on the other hand HEW suddenly cut off Flagler funds effective

August 7. MEAT STEW Ib.Small 68
The real immediate effect was to take $63,000 away from
the School Board for this years school program. The next step .
would be for the Justice ,Department to come in and run our
schools for us. There is no way of knowing when, maybe next
week maybe next year. However, we do realize that the Nixon Meaty (Ideal for ) Streak OLean

administration has Flagler County in their spotlight. SPARE irnoQ WHITE BACONlb.

Locally, the School Board faced this situation: Carver want: I
ed to keep their school; Flagler Beach wanted to keep their Ib 68c' 53c
school and Bunnell who themselves
; people expressed opposed I
further integration. -

We wrote an editorial in which, we said, board members and Western,. ",
superintendent must forget their personal differences: and, come I -
up with a compromise plan and all of ,us must get together
and support,it so that we could have school'next year. Teachers SELECT"A
had to be hired, a budget had to be constructed, etc.

It/was at this time that School Board Member Harold Emery ..
proposed a compromise plan which would retain a ,minimal .
school at Flagler Beach, ,transfer grades, 7 thru ',9 from Carverto ..
Bunnell High School, keep a Carver elementary school I offer
freedom of choice to students of Bunnell School and Carver
school and "authorize the superintendent to make such cross GROUND BEEF 3lbs. $1691
transfers of teachers as might be necessary'fi staff,the schools.

Mr. Emery: contacted the,other four l l board members and,superintendent .
and obtained their reluctant acceptance: of the plan. Lyke's 4 oz. Can
We feel sure Mr.: Emery'was,reluctant to propose the.,plait, t butt vi 1tn For NESCAFEINSTANT
all members knew they had,to. establish school centers and they SAUSAGE 2 45c .,;,
all hoped to accomplish sufficient ,minimum integration to*'satisfy
Huntfs ; COFFEE
HEW for one more year. / 20 oz. Bottle

A board meeting was called.: Mr. Emery.presented the compromise ; (CATSUP '3 For $.00 s oz.
plan. It was discussed in detail though the minutes t.- Jar 6ge

would only show that it was unanimously adopted. Kraft' I Quart JarMAYONNAISE ,
However, the superintendent said that if, he :had to make Ea. Limit ;1 th'X5.00 or more
transfers of teachers between schools would do it by category, 590 oodorde.
not on an individual basis. He clearly stated, at least. it was
clear to this writer, that he planned to transfer all white.con Our Value x 2 lb. Jar
tinulng' contract teachers (generally those who have taught here Ea. BORDEN'S "SLICED"CHEESE
for four or more years) to Carver and 'all continuing'contract AND 39*
Negro teachers to Bunnell and Flagler Beach. He even read.the
list of white teachers to be transferred to Carver. Regular Size ?

Several.board,members expressed,the belief,that some-white FAB Each 29C ,
children would follow these teachers Carver rather than have' 12 oz.
an unknown Negro teacher at Bunn ell. The board and superintendent 59'
discussed what they would do to help the white teachers '
being transferred such as erecting a fence ,around Carver, EVERCANE \ M
paint classrooms, establish, a ,teachers lounge, hire an A-l
white ,principal, etc. SUGAR v
After considerable discussion it was evident the board and BORDEN'S
superintendent would accept this compromise though it was S' Ib 37c
equally evident that, they were all reluctant to do so. Rayxnon Bag ICE CREAMHALF ;
Tucker seconded the motion of Member Emery and chairman 1 with .
$5.00 food ;
.or more order
Mrytle Rice, Member H. V. Peavy* and Member John D. Perry. "
':man voted for it to make it unanimous.In HALF

our story the following day we purposely omitted the ...:.... PRODUCE GALLON 79CRISCO
names of teachers being transferred in order to"give the super. (Ass't Flavor)
intendent time, to inform the,teachers before they read it In the '. -
Crisp ,HEAD
paper.:We departed from our practice of giving credit to the per '
sons making motions because we hoped this would be a works LETTUCE Ea. '
t able compromise accepted by a unanimous- board. 23* .

'. Superintendent Jim Craig met with the teachers to explain Firm: :Ripe ,
',:"I the transfers. None of them,were. haTppy about :it. Three' Negro lb. : .
teachers, resigned. !The",teachers made a ,number of requests inK TOMATOES' 2 29* '
", addition to what Craig had' already proposed to dd, for them. ',, 3 Tin :59-, .
He accepted all requests. ,
The teachers also met privately,and we do not know exactly ONIONS' .. '
I what:' happened. But, the, gist seems td be ,that they wanted to : :lOeLi mlt.l with',$!;.oO 'a io_,tedr*.J J6aorderFOOD ;
\ be sure,they were not being sacrifled for nothing. They apparently .
I ,agreed they would stand together arid' all be transferred / .. ,
w+, or none would transfer.'
,. -
They apparently, were, concerned about ei possibility> of
,:, being replaced by white teachers In their classrooms and they
were concerned about why no effort was made to erect the fence \
;' and paint the classrooms as had been promised them. :
"4* In...a private, conversation: with the superintendent we told RODGERSOPEN !
' him we did not 'believe the plan would stick. Even if the teach. Illy '"mill l
ers did not fight the transfers, the parents would when they
rr,' ". "found:out,they:would: have unknown Negro teachers. in all Bun. ||||l"
nell elementary
grades. ||||||M"
t ; :_'A few days later, a board meeting was called to approve S UNt>AYS
,.' salary schedules and instructional appointments. Board .8OO a.m.-1 iOO'p.m.'' Phone, 437- ZZ7

t :,' ', members Emery and Tucker stated that the teacher transfers 4 4T Quantity Right Reserved Prices Good ... U.S.- No..1 BUNNELL,

(: August 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, 19'69



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3-THE FLAGLER THURS., AUGUST 7. 1969 category In which

/',,, nation are Inadequately man belong. 4
1 aged and operated due to the CHAPEL: ; CBtTRCB
PaHeniltjSpeakiftcf j high cost of hospltallzatlon
The chapel
on a dally basl!. It would
seem to the writer that' had .., finally been n :
much more research than allocated K .

this series"' commentaries toe.payoff"Funcl(.andj debt --

By HOMER R.,,;; BENTLEY on the "HuntleyBrinkley slower coming Jin. CLASS FLAGLER COUNTY
Report", that the general
Administrative Director_ tioned In ian CHURCH DIRECTORY
public would not have been
.It thought!.that
left with the that was
impression .
uled week "for
hospitals throughout the Dorcas Class of the
would, be 'thatj
country are charging excessive and:that- d|pt First Baptist Church CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe
rates and so forth. The the Monday night at the Rev Father Anthony
falls memorial plaque... of Mrs. L. L. Harris
series to mention many Leon. Pastor
pertinent factors which In. 5th. After much Mrs. George Kendall,
with members of
creased hospital costs since presided. St. Marys Church, Korona
1966. The number one factor administration, it Abroad" was the Sunday Mass............ 7:30 a. m.
being the initiating of MEDICARE decided to dedicate of the devotional given Weekday Masses: Monday,
ar<*...el at the same Scott Sheffield. 8:30a.
for the nation This *". Wednesday and Friday :
alone accounted; mdrd'tHan: : "open house"Jfor : voted to purchase m.Blessed. -
90% of all hospital'co.9ts-that: der of the n,w for a Sunday school
increased since' 1966. A. :small There has been Sacrament Chapel

percentage of the increase in In the Chapel Kendall appointed Mrs. Flagler Beach ,

cost was attributed' salaries ments and that is chairman, Mrs. O. F. Sunday Mass ............9:00 a. m.
along with the federal wage for a person's>name and Mrs! Ma'rVin Park. Weekday- 'Masses: Tuesday,

and hour' law" placing hose fixed to the the nominating"'commit. Thursday and Saturday. at
in the chapel li '
,i pital employees. tinder their 9:00: a. m.Catechism.
jurisdiction whereas in the memorial or hostess served home Classes. 3:00: p. m.
So. donation for 'jhe ice and cookies Tuesday.St. .
past this was not It would cream
fOne be in the amount
seem to the writer that some members. and'one
recognition should be givento more. It was .. Stephens, Bunnell
increasing the Sunday Mass.10:30 a. m.
the hospitals ''that are attempting -
-. to operate on a'feas sary to place ones' STANTON Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
would get the impression ible economic budget and'just the plaque that Tuesday.
of having the CEREMONY before all
: this past week, watchingthe because, of a selected few, the masses.
: could be taken care Weekday Devotion: Novenato
"Huntley-Brinkley Report"that hospitals 'throughout' the nation
original donation and Mrs. E. Lester Our and
hospitals throughout the are being placed in the Lady Wednesday
not have to be were in Titusville, Saturday after Mass.
other funds for Rev. Btanton officiated
wedding of their grand /
Therefore Joanne Peterson to Community Memorial

iately, any' person Steven Rash, Dov-, Church
TIRES TELL RY Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
A sr
i\ have their *name Sunday after- Reverend R. W. Dicker. Pastor
the plaque as a in the United Methodist
Sunday SChool..9:45
THERE IS NO CHARGE YOUR or family desiring Rev. Roland D.; Van- Worship Service .._.:...._..11:00:
assisted. '
TIRE WEAR WITH OUR SPECIALIZED:: ALIGN- lallze\ an pastor, Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
ory, who desire to was Miss Deb. .
each month at 2 p. m.
MENT EQUIPMENT. name placed on Peterson, sister of the

plaque will have to and best man was Ken-
a minimum" of $ Rash, brother of the First Baptist Church
:' .. Skippy's Sunoco, Service Clinic'On 'Chapel Fund. As in The ceremony was fol Rev. Charles Anders Pastor
J all contributions Moody Boulevard- Bunnell
by 'a reception in the
orials will be parlors. Sunday School.._.....9:45: a. m.
AlA 1 Block North of Ormond Beach Pier ih the column as Worship Service..J.1OO a. m.

Tel. 677-5831 mail. SCIENCE Evening Worship..._.7:30'p. m.

.... Contributions SERVICES Prayer. Meeting 7:39 p.' m.
the last Insertion<< in Wednesday
Nlr.l follows
umn; are as :
A contribution to man hath seen God at First United Methodist

).' T fai: of Louise (Dolly time. If we love one Lambert Avenue Bunnell
; y S2F'e',3o U +a(9y5: : .Y; :,\ \; ory
4+;;;R.u.. i.3. from her fatnil S .. God dwelleth in us. Rev. Earle A. Wilder* Pastor

One from'the know we that we Sunday SchooL.945 a. m.
First jUnlteti in him, and he in us, Worship (Service..._.11OO a. m. _
,: ci."t', he, hath given of his ._' Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45p.

Cburch Another_.....d.In .J-. '. : '- '. .. .; .. ...' ,..._ ,.- m. Wednesday
verse from I_ John is" Clilldrens Choir Rehearsal: .
'Steven Cyzycki, by this Sunday's Chris- 2nd 'and nth Thursday at 3 'j a
children. "-
f Lesson-Sermon on 3 'p. m.MYF .
A contribution in ". : 2nd and 4th Sundays
of Claude S. Deen, related passage from 6:30: p. m.

classmate iri 'and Health with Key WSCS. : 1st Wednesday at

Scriptures by Mary 9a.m. ,
l.fIJI! Eddy states: :'Every Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
of our faith in God 8p.m.
& UPHOLSTRY us stronger.. The 'more Methodist. Men: 3rd Wednes-
71O-12 Lemon seems the material day at 7:15 p. m.,

Palatka, to be overcome by
Phone EA the stronger should be Flagler Beach United

Furniture and the purer our Methodist Church

Repaired & All are welcome to at DR. DALLAS BROWNING.

Mattresses & Box PASTOR

Made to Order. Also Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach
Call ,Laura Morris PROGRAMS ARE Church School..._.._...9:00: a. m.
FOR REGISTRATION Morning'Worship...10:00: a. m.
After 6:00 P.

BUDGET'PLAN IF Is still time to apply PENTECOSTAL
occupational HOLINESS CHURCH
Just as near as
courses set to begin BunnelL Off Franz St.
Phone or Post '25 at Daytona Beach Reverend,T. D. Peacock. Pastor

Live below Drop Us a Card College's school of ap Sunday School..._..J.OOO: a. m.
your means. Free Pick-up & Worship Service......11:00: a. m.
related programs Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
nursing practical Worship Serv.....:Sun.;; 7:30 p. m.
e \ If you'd like to,get around the high- cost of(liv- and operating room

:, Ing,we have a suggestion are filled for the St. Thomas EpiscopalThe

: Cut down on the high cost getting around. ,-- COME TO However, a waiting Rev. Thomas Mably
;},'-. :, And bwya Volkswagen.Its,only$.1799 \ being formed for the Priest In Charge

.I I That's around .$120Q less than the average SHOP class. 3 miles east: of Bunnell on

,amount paid for a new car today. (leave,It jn the'" Drop Your: open to reslstration are Highway 100

+ )i bank.Mores coming.) / air conditioning, Morning Worship.1000 a. m.

, I :f.' : 0 A VW saves you hundreds of dollars on upkeep> Before; Pick-up repair, ornamental hor Church School.,._..10:OO a. m.

;': jr- f / over the years. / dry cleaning, gas Holy. Communion first Sunday
' ;(+!:: It takes pints not quarts of oil. 0,/ 20 Ibs W mechanics; drafting, of each month
. ( I l woodworking, re
I Not one Iota of antifreeze.
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: ", '' average car (thirsty devil that tJtb 1 )) only!, gets 14., ; 141bs! a education.t subjects N. Control Ave. Flagler Beach'
'S 't : : So the more you drive the more you save. > Rev. Max'HalL Pastor

-r t' And chances are, you'll drive It'for years and4-; Sunday School....._.9:45 a. m.

..- 'f.r' years. (Since we never change the,style$ ;. a VW' \ We Wash Latex $5.75 Worship Service....11:00;: a. m.
.. ', never goes out of style.) 0 ( C..lee'.f' TO C.-*..rYEOMANs" .
Of course VW's not much to look at. So'al?**** "

1 t 'lot of f peopU J>uy a big flashy car: ,just'fo saVe. face.t, !t Amy's Llu. 13 FACTORY ATTEND THE
\'- x .,./:'- -:'Try putting" that In the"bank.' ")?,> ..4r. NOVA. ROAI' CHURCH OE YOUR

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1 engagement of Miss MORGANARE
; Frances Myrtene Henry to ENGAGEDMr.

11 11I Bobby Stanley McNaughton. Kozl-
: '- and Mrs. Bernard
son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover
I have
McNaughton]; Greenville Ala. owski. Flagler Beach
is announced by 'her' parents announced the engagementand of .,
\ Mr. and Mr. Myrl W. Henry approaching marriage a
k'r 1 Bunnell.A > their daughter Helen Marie
} September wedding is to Mr. Dickey Ray Morgan, a 3'r
I planned.II' son of Mrs. Charles Southers, :

Miss Henry, a 1966 graduate Tampa Florida..
of Bunnell High School The wedding is planned for ,
was graduated from Career September 19 at 6 p. m. In St.

i rp. Academy of Dental Technology Stephens Catholic Church \

\ Atlanta Ga. in 1967.'She Bunnell.
is employed by Ben W. Lacy, All friends and relatives of
s Ji w' Jr.. D. D. S In Bunnell. the couple are invited to the

Lr': \ Her fiance a 1965 graduateof ceremony and reception after-
age > is ward at the Flagler Beach
Y Greenville High School ;5. 'H
employed by, R. E. Moore Municipal Recreation Hall.

Construction Co. at Palatka.H. .
Miss Minnie Duncan, Flag
ai ler Beach. Is in Tennessee and
R. HANNAHSTO Georgia this week visiting 4JACQUELINE

CELEBRATE relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hannah

907 South Central Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden Jacqueline Luana Jones is

aI Flagler Beach will celebrate Bunnell and their weekend engaged to Arthur Harrison
their golden wedding anni- houseguests ,Mr. and Airs. McDaniel.The .
N versary Saturday August 9. Clarence Holden of Palatka bride-to-be Is the
Friends of the couple are in- attended the London Sym- daughter of Mrs. Florence

vited to call at their home phony Orchestra performance Long Jones, Orlando and

Saturday afternoon. Saturday night at Peabody. James T. Jones Orlando. She

graduated' from Colonial High

and Mrs: R. A. Castle- tending Florida Southern College -
man and children Steve Jerry Debbie Sutherland. where she Is a memberof
Vero Beach, is visiting In Bun-
the Alpha Tau chapter of
and of
Patsy, Nashville
nell this week with her grand-
Tenn. are visiting this weekat Phi Mu sorority.Her .
mother, Mrs. H. A. Eisenbach,
Flagler Beach with her fiance is the, son of Mr.
I TANNER-GOHEEN quet of white orchids and Anderson Street.
stephanotis. mother, Mrs. C. W. Duncan.Mr. and Mrs. Robert F McDaniel

:Matron of honor was Mrs. and MrsC\Thomas Odad- Beach. He garduated from
SOLEMNIZED Mark Carlson of Miami who zin returned home last week CELEBRATES Bunnell High School and is
wore a floor length 'gown of after In Ohio *
visiting Canton now attending Florida Southern
Miss: Marsha Nan, Goheen BIRTHDAY
yellow chiffon and carried a with relatives friends 96th
and John Wilson Tanner. Jr. and : College where he is a
nosegay of spring flowers. member of Beta TaU chapterof
were married August 2 at .
FIrstt Presbyterian Church Bridesmaids dressed Iden- OHIO VISITORSMr. Tau Kappa,Epsilon fratern
St. Petersburg.The tically to. Mrs. Carlson were
bride is the daughterof Miss Kent Newton St. Peters.' and Mrs Worth Greenof ity.The wedding will be December

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Go burg, Miss Susan Harvard St. Troy Ohio arrived Sunday 20 at Southeast Christian .
been 816 38th Avenue St Petersburg arid Mrs. Gary to spend several days in Bun Church Orlando
Petersburg and her husbandis aynes. Oak Ridge Tenn. nell visiting his sister Mrs.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Smith. Jr., Daytona J. C. Hall Sr. WEEKEND HOUSEGUESTSMiss
Harold J. Ramsey Bunnell. Beach was best man. Ushers

Rev. Robert P. Douglass per were Bradley Munroe, Tallahassee KAY PERRYMAN 'Kay Perryman had as
formed the candlelight Grant Goheen brother SELECTED ASOUTSTANDING her weekend houseguest Miss

ble ring ceremony. of the bride, St. Petersburg Carolyn Dennison. .,.. .. "Gaines-,.,
Escorted by her father the Wes Jordan Satellite Beach CAMPER ;,}lf : --

bride'' wore a floor length and Arthur Gormley Atlanta. } Kay Perryman of Bunnell \ I

i gown of peau de soie with a' Ga. was among the campers at 4Lr MRS. 'BARBERAPASSED
chapel train. The gown was There was a reception after- Camp Merri-Mac selected for ,
enhanced with re-embroider ward at the St. Petersburg outstanding service duringthe AWAYIN

ed Alencon lace and seed Yacht Club. first session this summer.
pearls. A floral wreath, head- After a wedding trip to San She was named ,chief of the 1 DAYTONA BEACH

piece of white stephanotis Francisco and Lake Tahoe Choctaw tribe. Activity at Funeral services for Mrs.
held her floor length silk illusion Nevada, the couple will live Merri-Mac is divided Into Marie Barbera 71, of 1955

veil. She carried a bou- in Ormond Beach. three groups with each bearing Central Ave.,, Flagler Beach

an Indian name-Choqtaw, who died last Monday at Bow
SISTERS HOME FROM FORMER RESIDENTS Iroquois and Seminole. man's Nursing Home Ormond

TAMPA RETURNMr. Kay is the daughter of Mr. Beach were Friday morningat
and, Mrs. John D. Perryman Williams Home
Misses Jeanne, Susan and and Mrs. Richard Can- and is a junior at Bunnell Chapel. Daytona Funeral Beach. The
former Bunnell residents
Christine Higginbotham trell high school.At Rev. Daniel
Harrison St. An-
who have been residing at MRS. SUSIE SISCO RID- ,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Merrl-Mac she listed drews Methodist Church of
Longwood have moved their DELL pioneer resident of
returned '
Clifford Higginbotham. tribal-competition and chapelas ficiated. Burial
was In Cedar
home Saturday after mobile home to Decker'sTrailer favorite activities while Flagler County celebratedher Hill .
Memory Gardens.
six weeks visit In Tampa with Park. Old Beach Road she received instruction In ninety-sixth ;birthday Mrs. Barbera Is survived
and will reside In Bunnell. Thursday afternoon at a family by
their grandmother Mrs. Morris modeling track arts and her husband. Nick Barbera
E. Stults. crafts ceramics rifleiry, and get together at her home. and
one Maurice Pierson
son ,
HOME FROM VACATION tennis. Railroad Avenue Bunnell.

RETURN TO MICH. Misses Marie Muzyka and Camp Merri-Mac Is a Chris- Mrs. Riddell was born in of South Lyon Mlch
Dot Webster returned home tlon for Mahwah New Jersey and
Mr. and Mrs. Lertola and camp girls betweenthe CARD
Wednesday spendingtwo moved to Bunnell In
son Dale of Utica. Mich and after ages of seven and 17. It Is 1910 from
weeks touring Canada. located Ashville Ramsey, New Jersey. She has Words
Misses Lynda and Diane McDonald near at the cannot express our
J of Livonia, Mich' left foot of the Blue Ridge Moun- two children a daughter, Mrs.C. gratitude to all the friends of
Thursday after spending two HOUSECUEST tains. Enrollment at the O. Magee Flagler Beach, Lucille Walker who visited
weeks at Flagler Beach visiting Rick Wlgle. Jacksonville Is camp Is from across the na and a son. Joy Sisco. Jackson her when she waS a patientat

with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ,visiting In Bunnell this week tion with more than 150 girls ville. the hospital. She appreciated -
Davock. 114 Palmetto Ave- with his'uncle and aunt. Jack. registered for each of the two all the gifts 'and flowers
nue. and Barbara McCabe.On summer five-week sessions. VACATION AT N.,.C. r given to her .there. The
Sunday the ,trio spent Mr. and Mrs.'Wilbur:. Hold- family appreciates all that

Mr. and :Mrs. Dave Dobson the day at Week Wachee. EVA MARIE MISCH ridge and daughters 'spent the hospital staff did to com,
last week vacationing at Mag fort her. It
recently returned to their is with heartfelt
home at. Flagler Beach after Flynn and Raybeth Edmon- Mr. and Airs. Peter Mlsch gie Valley N. C. thanks that we accept the expressions -

spending two weeks vacationing son'are vacationing this,week are parents of a daughter born of sympathy that
i. in Georgia and South Car at' Nashvile Tenn.PLAZA July 25 at 5:08 a. m. at Bun- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Harris have' been expressed by our
olina. While In Georgia they nell General HospitaLShe daughter Linda Whitley ,many friends. '
attended the Dobson family' weighed six pounds and visited at Tampa and Lake- The Family of
reunion at HIghtower Ga. eleven opnces at birth and land Sunday with,, relatives.Mrs. Lucille Walker

and the Wets family reunionat I has been named Eva Marie Dora and G. T. Walker
Tate Ga. Theatre Mlsch. Judy Park and children ,
Chattanooga, Tenn. -
PALATKA, are Nancy Bayless
visiting In
r Bunnell with her
Mrs. Jim Burned and son Russell Walker
returned home Lewis. Janet
f Jamie have AUGUST 7 Thru 13. Walker
from Providence. R. I. where :
they visited a week with Mrs.Burnsed's John. Wayne ,HERE AUC 12
mother. Mrs. Peggy :
A Social Security Represen- FOR
Glen '
ICing. CampbellKim tative will be at theFlagler .

RETURNS FOR VISIT Housing Project 300 BacherSt. FISHING, TACKLE, BAR B QUE \: "
DarbyIN Dunnell
Tuesday August
Mr. and Airs. Mike Ensley 12 from ,9:30: a. m. until 12 GRILLS AND FLOATS ,
and children returned home
.%.lastweek after visiting at HAL WALLIS noon Considerable time can be ATLANTIC HARDWARE &

KnoXvIlle. Tenn.- with rel PRODUCTION 0ayed Jf persons applying for

atives.Mr. benefit bring the following SUPPLY CO.
and Mrs. Rick Ensley TRUE GRITTECHNICOLOR proof when they file a claim: Inc. _.

.. and son of Knoxville returned social security, card, ,evidenceof MOODY BLVD. FLACLER BEACH
home with the Ensleys and |lal| age?, and a record iof earnings -
: remained for a week's visit. for last year. _________ 43923O3MRS.

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NEED NEW TIRES?? See our 'Moody'sSnakear..ium
of ATLAS tires. Be- : -
fore buying check with Knox :John W. Tanner, Ormond Navy Skyhawk jet'fighter

ADVERTISINGTROPIC Oil' Company, U. S. Hwy. 1 for Beach, has been appointed (crashed and exploded in Graham

the best deal in town. TFC .' Assistant State Attorney for swamp, northwest ofT

I 1iiIJ Is DOW buying,rottlesnakea. the' 7th .Judicial Circuit of the Flagler Beach, Thursday af
UNCLAIMED FREIGHT State of Florida. Tanner servo ternoon. The body of the Navy

5 Deluxe solid 'state fully coral snakes Indigo snakes ed as Asst. State Attorney under pilot Lt. Comdr. Alan Hospes

transistorized stereophonic and large moccasins. former State Attorney Anthony of>'Orange Pafk, was found
GARDENSLet High Fidelity consoles in Grezik for seven tate' .Friday afternoon by
us help beautify Flagler Contact Bob Moody 'after
beautiful hand rubbed finish., months, and has served the searchers,who had probed the
County.' Large variety of 'ever. Deluxe BSR speed record 5' Po'm.. at North Railroad: office of State Attorney for the dense swamp area since the

greens, palms, hedge plants. changer and 4 speaker audIo' past seven months as Admin crash Thursday afternoon. '
5% miles S of Bunnell on Ave.. Bunnell* '
system. To
be sold $79
for istrative Assistant to State
P. A.
to Sheriff
I According
a. S., 1. Feb, 15-tfc each. .
be paid for at $6a
: Attorney Stephen L. Boyles. Edmonson, two boys who
month. May be Inspected In Tanner will work primarilyas
TANK witnessed the crash, reportedthe
SEPTIC cleaning; drain
fields Installed: Rota-Rotei warehouse at 529 Volusia In MARY LOU DURRANCEhas a trial Assistant State At; aircraft dove into the for-
Daytona Beach. Mon-Fri 9 a In the Court of
torney Felony est and they saw the pilot
snail shelL Reasonable prices.
m.6pm, Sat. been selected Avon Rep '
9amlpm. 8.7-ltc Record For Volusia County.He eject from the plane, but nev
Call George Jarosz 437.3410
resentative In Bunnell. '
J 8-1-tf FOR RENTWUnfurnished2 ,My will however, retain many er saw his parachute open;; '
territory includes' east of the of his duties .
bedrom house, $40 per month.S. railroad in Bunnell to Jarosz administrative Jan Spangler, CAP 'pilot,
and will work throughout the
FOR SALE-1969 Singer zigzag Forsythe St. Bunnell. Phone Trailer Park, Flagler Beach was the first to make an aerial -
Circuit (Volusia. Flagler, Putnam
In cabinet.. Blind hems 4373282. It search in a plane furnished -
road; extends to city limits of .
and St Johns counties),
dresses, sews on buttons, Highway 100 east of the rail- by Rellim Strops, Inc. at
WANTED-Lawns to mow. according' to State. Attorney. ,
makes buttonholes, etc. Full and Bunnell Airport. Spangler dIrected -
road, from! Dunn Bros.
price $52.20, tax Included. Or Will do all types yard work. Boyles. ground searchers, and
Hardware corner across the shrd ah sh dr shrdh
Call 437-3578, Ken Tucker. vso etao
terms available. For free home the local CAP truck driven by
railroad the left, to ArleneKnight's
Have own equipment. 8-7, 2tp pn Tanner is the son of Mr.
demonstration call Credit :Commander Bill Damron, to
home, and down to
and Mrs. Harold Ramsey, Bun
Manager, 9 .a. m. til 9 p. m., New slat rockers $5.95; high and including Eavorita. nell. the crash.: .scene. ,

Jacksonville Collectt 3880785. back slat rockers with ,
arms There are a number of
July 17 TFC $9.50; swivel seat 30 Inch homes for me to service, and CHEERLEADERS }

ITEMS FOR SALE: Fedders stools $9.95. Jerry's Furniture, I have not contacted all, as BANKRUPTSTOCK CAR WASH '

220 volt-16,000 B. T. U. air Old Dixie Hwy Phone 437- yet, but I intend doing so in Six new 1969 zigzag sewing SATURDAY A. M.
conditioner Camera Miranda 3752. Aug. 7, Itc.: the near future.?;' machines to be sold for $35
Anyone desiring Avon each. be for at Bunnell High School Cheer-
Sensorex 35 MM, 2 extra BEAUTIFUL OPPORTUNITYWITH pro- May paid $5
ducts may contact me,. phone. monthly. These nationally leaders are sponsoring a car
lenses; 3-plece bedroom suite; MERLE NORMAN COS-
bus Call 4392537. METICS ; 437.3247 or by mall at P., O. advertised machines carry a wash Saturday morning at
camper. l Box 236 Bunnell, Fla. 32010. full factory guarantee. May 9:00 at .Gurnee's Gulf Service
July 24 3tc. BE INDEPENDENT ..Exl .Thanks for your time, patronage Inspected in warehouse at Station, US Hwy. 1, Bunnell.

PIANO IN STORAGE citing and rewarding Fran. and many kindnesses 529 Volusia Ave., Daytona Proceeds from the project

Beautiful Console stored lo chile opportunity with your you all are extending to me Beach Mon.-Fri. 9 a m-6 p m, will go toward the uniform

cally. Reported like new. Responsible own retail cosmetic store. as your Avon Representative. Sat. 9 a m.l p m. Aug. 7, Itc fund. i
Merle Norman
party can take a ,
fers you a prestige business i
big saving on low payment
balance. Write GULF COAST with complete guidance and
free continuous training. J
PIANO CO. 600 Ohio Ave.
Haven, Fla. 32444 8-7-ltc
Lynn Write, wire or call collect' 'ClearanceSale f

FOR SALE-Unfurnished: 3 Miss Pat Harris, MERLE ,' .

bedroom frame house with NORMAN COSMETICS Dept., .

garage. ,Corner lot. S. Forsythe LN9. 9130 Bellanca Ave., L. A., I

St., Bunnell. Call 4373797. Calif. 90045 (.area code 213) I' .

July 31, Aug. 7, 2tc. 6413777. July 31, 4tc. '

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l Myrtle Streeter, Robert
Admissions; Murray Julia Lovelace, Mary TEST GIVENAT
Q. I have been; covered by'
t Medicare doctor bill insurance Mattie McCartney, FrancesFryman Ann Chandler, Michael O' 7th
Social Security Brien, Marie Williams Alice
for twd years. Over what Mary Broadaway,
-1 I period of time is the $50 deductible ,4.Henry ''1d1k lka,.Frank Brede Gauthler, Hubert Pellicer. Area persons J planning i to

N-E-W-S item considered? I Marie Janickl, Beatrice G. enroll ,in DBJC's card punch
have heard that the period begins Brown Fraser'Sulllvan, Zaida DENNIS CLAY '
training cours start.
with July 1st of each Sullivan, Michael O'Brien operator
'" Q. When my'father died two year, and also with the dateI Pearl Filman'Marietta Missin- ,TO RECEIVE i Ing_August 25 may take a
J. years ago, social security paida file a claim for reimburse ne, ,Ethel Wlckline. Anna special entrance aptitude test

lump-sum burial paymentin monthly ment of part of the doctor bill. i., Strickland: Marjorie Stuckey DEGREE on August 7 at 7 p. m.
addition to paying Which period is correct? Nila, Green,. Beatrice Riley, Dennis Clay', Flagler Beach,
checks to my mother. My ,Adell Rlley, Bonnie McCart Test will be given In room
mother died last month,.and A. Ordinarily, the period'forthe : is among fifty seven students
Jessie "
ney Medders, Dalton
195 of the Guidance Center
who are candidates for Asso.
I am told there will be no deductible begins January1st Cobb, Julia Durrance.
,burial payment. Why? and ends December'31st.. ciate Degrees this summer at building on the DBJC cam.
A. A lump.sum'burial( ) However, the deductible expense Discharges: Daytona! Beach Junior College. pus. Those taking the test re.
payment is made only if the can't be counted, In any ,John Fillman, Delouris Dennis, son of Mr. and, Mrs.B. port fifteen minutes in ad.
deceased person is "insured"for month before you become eli Rowe, Maulse McKenney, S. Clay, will receive his As- .
of testing time, according
social security benefits be- gible for the doctor bill In. Charles Donahue, Mary Kelle- soclate In Arts Degree, according '
I' 'ea use of his or her own work. surance. Any covered expenses mam, Georgina Demoustes, to Dean Robert W. to, William Nixon, chair.
,. Apparently your mother had you have in October, No- Amy Taylor Ethel Wickline,' Whetstone of the school of man of DBJC's division of bus
not worked the required vez bei' ',or December which Ruby Repcik..Francis Fryman, arts and sciences. iness.
length of time.Q. are used to meet that year's' -- -- ,. -.- .- -T -
annual can also be
first of deductible
I will be 65 'the
to rjieet the following
the year and I want. to sign used J :
deductible.Q. .
up for social security. I live years Y.

'" way out in the country and .. I' am a 59-year old wid
\. ,have no way of getting in to ow. I received a death pay
the social security office. Is ment from social security
there, any other way I can when my husband died..When
take care of this? can I receive my widow's ben '4
A. Yes. Telephone or Write efits?

your social security office and A. You may receive widow's e.pS .
explain your problem. Claims .
benefits as early as age 60,
matters can often be handled sa
but In' a reduced amount to
w ''zoe
: by phone' mall. take care''ot the extra 2 years .: 6 'a twra
Q. My father recently passed during which you would be g 4
away. He was covered by
getting payments. Check with
: the doctor bill Insurance under
the social security office about
"' Medicare. He was In the
2 or 3 months before you are
... hospital for three weeks before
60. Bring your marriage certificate -
he died. The hospital bill and birth certificate x
was paid by Medicare. My
or other proof oi age when
mother had to pay the doctor '
you visit the office.
bill which amounted to more 4' '
than $300. Now that my father Q. I am 35 and have been
is no longer living will totally disabled since early ct'i

... Medicare reimburse my childhood. I have never worked i
mother for some of the doctor.: under social security but a
bill she had topay?' friend said I may(be eligiblefor .-

.... A. Yes. Your mother should benefits -on my deceased _
.contact her nearest social security father's social security record.Is .
office and file a claim.It this correct?
will be necessary for her to A. Yes you may be eligiblefor
have your father's Medicare childhood disability bene
card and an itemized state. fits. Get in touch with your
ment from the doctor. Medicare social security office right
will send her a check. away.

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:t:THE FLAGLEti TRIBUNE THURS.. AUGUST 7. jiGS s possible. BOX 472 II.' H. Co. '

And behind this magriin- U. S. A. S. A. T.. R.

were' too radical l and had not been carried out Too Late cent technical team were. mU- Ft. Devens, Mass 01433. ?. ? ..
stood. The superintendent. recommended as they under. lions of American taxpayersand SPAndrew Waterman is
be rescirifle'd.' Other board members said the board action 'To C stify I political leaders who 'stationed in Ethiopia with the .
they were tired ,1 United States He has
ing motions ore!i '(eek: and then rescinding pass. faced bitter' opposition from Army. I
them + In. the two
as oOn as Iii some quarters and stood been Army years.
someort lain No action Was taken.A Russell;, JellY
steadfast, backing up the Ills -address Is: -
j lat r. meeting :was called for this purpose. Emery moved "Orfe Jr6rt step for man courageous men who finally HP/4 Andrew WatermanRA

that.the "euperintendent's.transfers" be revoked. Tucker second.ed hInd bib Sl1nt step for, Man accomplished the amazingfeat. 12894080
the motiofi, After a very heated discussion In which <" w-r 'Armstrong's first USAH Asmara't' .
and f hktJeS 4Vlre out of control, the motion tefnpers Woida .when landing on ,them There are those who grumble APO New York, N. Y.. 09843. )
was killed
ighr'members' voted "no". when the < Cram: p&setf ?*ttihWelJ. Khcrwti remarks bf and ask why we are so PVT. FRYMANCOMPLETES ;
out silpi of paper with his recojntrietiation i ( theft AaperK*itrtr, "Give. ,me concerned about 'outer space TRAINING _
that the, actk.JVof. the: board to transfer achcrs" be csalndf J i Ltbrty 'qgltAfl4ttrie, Death". when we have .so.many.problems
Perrymaw.rnoved tp accept Peavy seconded and it was carried rp&ftni ibt'f\ otepdos., fun here on earth. They look Pvt. Carol Fryman completed -
by "yes vote of all members. speed Ahead"; What hath God on the entire space program basic training for the
wrought?". "I will return1 ." as a complete waste and ut- Women's Army Corps July 25
,Since ,there is really, ,no plaih .td present to, HEW and no at Fort McClellan, Alabama..
hope ot, getting the, $63,000 back .the board, 1Srot, d tri rescind fighting wonder in front if of youngsters the television terly They overlook the fact that t tThe Private's parents, Mr.

the action inviting a Survey Team to review the school; set realized what the space program has already and Mrs. Bill Fryman Bun;:
program for HEW. they nell, attended the graduation ,
were really witnessing? If returned dividends on ...
,Where dove stand now? Flagler Beach will have six grades they don't today, they will in the investment. Since the pro ceremonies at Fort McClellani.is

,with the number ot, teachers to be determined by' the numberof the years to come. Oldsters gram got under way we have CTC Pvt. Fryman's WAC Training new address School Ft.:

pupils. Carver: : will have six grades. Bunnell Elementary No. like myself find It difficult to gained. technical knowledge McClellan Ala. 36205.
that.has hundreds of
1 will have grades K thru 6. And all students in grades 7 thru grasp. Years ago, before the given' us (-0--)

12 wild! gu to Bunnell High School.! .Teachers, generally, will have first.successful plane flight at ,new new products factories,and employing over 200 ENLISTS IN AIR FORCE
Klttyhawk, I read .a Jules
the same assignments as last year with ,some possible white Verne fiction story of a trip thousands of people in new 'Darrell Britt Bunnell. left

reassignments between Bunnell and Flagler Beach. to the 'moon ap1-never in my Jobs, increasing the gross national Wednesday for Lackland AFB

jg The> $63,000 federal money Is lost. The state funds were re- wildest, Imagfroatlon. ever product by billions. Texas where he will undergo.

duced about :$ij 0,000 over, last years budget. Taxes were raisedto thought it would actually oc What we have learned' from basic training with the United -

the 10 mill limit.'The schools expect to operate at more :than cur. It -was toot. fantastic,. too the space program 'In the use States Air Force. .
( OOO deficit: this without tmbellevea'ble!' tor my small of a: variety of materials from He ,was graduated from
$6 They can get by year serious harmto metals and electronics
mind to accept, .. foods to Bunnell High School In 1968
the .school program since a good surplus was carried over last has advanced this nation's and "attended DBJC. He Is the
While Neil Armstrong and .
Edwin Aldrin the capabilities to where we,. are son .of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arn-
year.There were center
Is no reason pow why we should not have a school of attention as they walked in, a better position to,meet old, Bunnell.

program about the same as last year. around on the surface of future problems than at any. ._ (-0-) '
time in our history. PFC., KURTZ OVERSEASMr.
John A. Clegg the, moon I cpuld not keep Knowledge comes from experience -
from thinking of Michael I Collins and experience is and Mrs.' Norman Kurtz

,; the third man- of the only possible when we have Flagler Beach, received a let
writers have made vicious attacks moon team who, alone in the the courage and faith to move ter from their son, PFC Bill
TO THE that are far from ob mothership, circled the moonlike forward despite the cost. We Kurtz assuring them of his
LEnERS I reporting.. > a taxi driver? ,, waiting :with can thank the Russians for safe arrival overseas. PF'CKurtz
ITORjective send me 4 copies of his ,motor, running for the return awakening, us with their first is'assigned to the Amer-
your paper July 31st for which of.a. customer, and- ,the Sputnik. In .decade. we have Ical Division at Vietnam. Ills
I enclose SOcJby check.* '" thousands of 4"_workers' and put the Russians behind the new address is: ..- ,
Dear Sir: Continue, your excellent technicians who, through' their eight ball, and it was pitiful PFC Norman W. Kurtz
work. efforts, made the flight possi .to see their last minute effortto US51842594 ,; ,:
Congratulations on your ble. It was truly a team effort Co. D 4/3 HBde(Arherical Div
Yours, horn-In by sending an unmanned -
truly, ,
fair-minded editorial with of Individuals Francisco
regarding thoUsands APO San 96217. .
ship moon, on.
Edward Kennedy. So Kl 'Sackett .. performing' their given -. ly to have It crash ungloribus- ,_ (-o*)" '.

many larger papers and their (Mrs. Ralph Sackett) tasks that made the event. ly in their abortive attempt. SPECIALIST SMITH

-- -..- PROMOTED -

.. \." -j. About Specialist ''Sam Smith, US

t Army; has been promoted to
'.;: ,',. ". Our Servicemen. Specialist Fifth Class. He is

": r t\ Can't see' serving .will the Medical
: ; STATIONED IN GERMANY Corps at Lai Khe, Vietnam.to .
: __ -) -
: SP/4 Charles ,Knox Is now WRITES FROM" VIETNAM
-- stationed In. Germany'with ..k ,
fOOdi ; "
the } ':"in a" l letter tie Tribune
,, ; the United States Army. Knox,
". ( ;' son .of..,Mr. and Mrs. J. V, staff, received from Sgt. Rob-
'. N' Kriox, Btinnell, was .stationed. ert Hosklns, stationed at Vietiuiin -
c : at Vietnam 14 months prior to he.. reports he was always -
for" \ his assignment nt Germany. happy to receive the

He spent 30 days leave ,at newspaper and It was goodto
home in June. know what was happeningat
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'''' His new address Is; me. _
SP/4 Charles Knox 261. 2- He said he expected to arrive -

7915, 377th Transportation Co. home sometime In Aug-
APO New York 09166. ust after receiving his discharge

''' e +#eS$' Q, ; s x 8 E .(-o-) from the United States
TUCKER ASSIGNED TO Air 'Force: at McChord, AFB

HAWAII Wash. ;.
. : Sgt.: Hosklns Is the son of
Sgt. Leslie Tucker; son of Mr .and<< Mrs. Thomas D. Hos
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tucker, kins'Hwy. AlA North, Flagler -
Haw Creek, arrived at Hawaii

August 3 for_ an assignmentof Beach'0-)
duty with theUnited States HOME ON LEAVE t.
Army 9th Infantry Division.
Sgt. Tucker, who has been Sgt. Cyril: M. Slovak arrived
stationed at Dong Tam, Vietnam home last week to ,spend 30
f.t. the past 10 months, was days leave at Korona with his

t. awarded three Bronze Star parents., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Medals for meritorious serv- Slovak.
ice; the Army CommendationMedal (ISgt. Slovak recently completed -
two Air Medals; and his second extended
the Purple Heart while en- tour ofduty with the Air -

gaged in military operations.The Force at Tuy Hoa AFB, Viet-,

t sergeant' is a 1966 grad- nam.
uate of. Bunnell High School. "
> l+ His new address is: -
g"e Sgt. Leslie Tucker 263-84-0254" Happy birthday this week to:
[, D Co. 2/39th Inf. 9th Inf. 'Div. Today:'' Deborah Goodwin.
: ". Schofield Barracks Mary Blaine, Carole Vavrik.
7 ""I*!" need Is a modern no-,frost } Jim
Then what you APO San Francisco 96557. Tracy.
r. 3 mfrSaerator-freezer.You can always. see andUft f, (.-0WATERMAN'S -) Friday: Lois Duncan Chas. -
easily get M all trui food in the freezer section. SONS McCabe.
a of lee to
SKfc No more chipping away at cakes IN'SERVICE, Saturday:. Connie McDaniel,
, out for supper. No more puddles Muriel Goodwin E.P. Fleurie,
the meat ,
; get
floor .
the .
In the refrigerator and on }Mr. and Mrs.: Leslie Waterman Elaine Fralley.
. ; r of water wheh you defrost. Because.there 'Is no ,. Flagler Beach,..now have Sunday: ..Junior Sears, Ra-
: f more defrostinfl-ever I three sons serving'In the Armed beth Edmonson, Sandra Wig- .

ha ,5O% More :'Forces. Their son Daniel
: t % And today's refrigerator fits enlisted in the United States le.vMonday
; for 50% more food.Y t : George A. Brunner.
r Inside _
space model-' 17 and Is Jn basic
; space as you old Army July Leo P. Fleurie. "Hap" Lea-
> r ,in i the,same
i j new refriger.tor.freezer, 4 training at Ft. Benning, therwood.
'' # And when throw you the get old oiwaw.y. Many poop kt His address Is: Tuesday: Frank Ebert, Walter -
Pvt. Daniel Waterman
old one In the family room. Robbins Cydne Rundle
put for party foods RA 264115268, Co, C Winnie Duensin .
::4'' ,? ....or patio. ft's a great appliance place ,de 1er about the 4th Biv., 1st Bde. a' Wednesday: Olive Kolhaas

'' beverages. See your of no frost refrigerator.freezsn. 2nd Pit., USTC Inf:. Elizabeth LynnTracy, Jerri

r4. wide .range He has a model and a color for you. ,11..;:' J I Ft. Benning.: Ga. 31905.SPI5' .Greif. .

r Having two refrigerators won't eleven'hurt your rate -. +r.' .;..,..1;;p- ; .has been John In Waterman the service, who 3 Aug. 5, 1969
tY there have been ; ,,, .
z ,, because .t/ years recently completed his TO WHOM IT MAY CONv
a; ;a' rtOMOA second tour of duty at Vietnam CERN:
G" '-sSSSSSSS! ", -'!' ,. ./ and Is now stationed at I will not be,responsible for
a''t,, ,'F \ 1 Ft. Devens. Mass. debts other than those con-
&V There'S no match for j. ,\If' .." ", His address Is: I ., tracted by me ,In writing.,
vr** <>& ,j ,. .. \" DarrelL Britt
:" Joseph
,,, '(... t'- ) : '''':I I. .- SP/5. John Waterman RA
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8 THE FLAGLEH TRIBUNE THURS.. AUGUST 7. 1969 dead shrimp for bait. FOOTBALL,

The sheepshead and bass
are being'caught. on live FALL
shrimp. STARTS FmDAYBunneUlIigh

'.' HELD OVER TIL SUNDAY AT Flagler Fish Camp fall practice starts School football Friday,

: Fresh water fishing is be- August 15 at 7:30': a. m., ac.

ginning to show a: slight im cording to poach Jack Hall.

ellCinema provement. Fishermen have There will be three practice

been bringing In bream, sessions dally with times to

speckled perch and, a few be announced later, Hall said.

small bass in the two pound All varsity players are ask

'. range.A ed to report to the school gymnasium

group from Jacksonville, at 12:30 Tuesday,

I fishing around Bear Island in August 12 for physical exam.

CHARLTON HESTON AND KIM HUNTER Crescent Lake, caught twenty inations.

speckled, perch.
-,-IN"PLANET- A: couple of veteran fisher- ATTENDS' COACHING
men from Jacksonville

: FISHING LINE brought in forty-nine large CLINIC
bream Coach Jack Hall was In
of the copperhead weighing v
Flagler Beach Pier
last: week wherehe
BIt about, one pound each, ,they Gainesville
I, .' [t. .- . Muddy water and rough caught while fishing at the attended a three-day
." ': \ surf has slowed fishing at the mouth of Haw Creek. They coaching clinic at the Unlver 1

:" Flagler Beach ,Pier. Pappy were using live crickets for slty of Florida.

., APES" Mosler at.the pier reports fish. bait. Mrs. Hall accompanied him

,. ing ,has, been slack the past (-o.) on the trip.

WINNER OF ACADEMY AWARDSALSO' I few four or five/ days with very ;Mrs., G.. D. Woods Bunnell, LEGAL AOVEII.TI El\lF1NT-
f being caught. Pappy said had good luck Saturday while
the rains had also hamperedthe IN Tiff* COUNTY .JUOOF'S
", s =; ,:SHOWING- fishing fishing, in' the tntracostalwaterwa'y COURT FLAG LEU COUNTY.
south of Flagler
.Blng*. Fish CampAt IN FllOHATH NO. 931
Bing'S; action was fairduring The amateur fisherman THADDBJUS: .JEROME AMES
OUGH AND ,AN ALL STAR CAST INi the\ weekend, with several assisted by her' husband, aka. **.
nice)! catches of croakers, landed 5% trout and Deceased. .
a pound
"THE PHOENIX" drum,.sheepshead and several .. %. Ted NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
FLIGHT OF THE red bass in ,the five to six a' pound bass. TO CLAIMS ALL PERSONS OR DEMANDS HAVING

pound range.Randolph AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
.; TROOPER BILL SAYS You and each of you..are here- 1
(Both in Color) Thornton Valdosta by notified and required to file
Ga and Don Hemphill, RENEW YOURDRIVER'S any claims and demands which

Coning Soon' "GONE WITH THE WIND" Jacksonville, brought? In forty LICENSE age you net or either said estate of you In may the officeof have
: -six .croakers and eight nice the Honorable T. K. Mc-
drum, weighing about six DURING YOUR Knight. County Judge of Flag-
BIRTH MONTH ler County. at his office In the
pounds each ,They were using Court House within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication
of this notice. Each claim or de-
-mand must be In writing and
contain the place of'residence
and post office address of the
claimant and must be sworn to-

U. f t'S ::lio the y.clmfhnet.s: his e agent ahall be or

void. V.s.
/ / Edith M. Ames
'J to First Publication 7 Aug. 1969.
P. O. Box 296 SHAW..?
A Bunnell. Flori
Attorney for PetitionerAug.
7 4tc.




with the Clerk of the Circuit -
Court In and for Flagler
County. Florida. upon receiptof
proof of publication of this
notice the following, fictitious
name I. ..
____ ". and BOAT WORKS
located at North 23rd Street and

Highway Florida, under AlA which Flakier wee Beach. will i
engage In the business buying
selling- storingletting- for hire.
maintenance boats and marine
T t $ 47 -- equipment and the undersignedare
w the only persons InterestedIn
1 1 said. business

: Impossible 69 clearance this Dated 15th day at of Bunnell July A._ Florida.D. 1969.
: to start
;. our in July .. ., /a// George B.B. :DeMoustesis DeMouatess
FURTHER / / Iceland B. el1a::
/ Attorney at LawP.
I Impossible S { ; .> V 'Y flat! t.-I', Bunnell.. O. Box Florida 296 32019. ',

_July 17. 24. 31. Aug. 7. 4tc

New Fatrlanes, w_ \ "/
nice and roomy .. Notice Is hereby given to alt
< .t Interested parties that the Flag-
ler County School Board has
available for purchase bulk
as Is condition approximately
\ BOO pounds of unusable and obsolete
i '"/ I New Mustangs, New Falcons, textbooks. Any interested
.' hot and sporty. style.and party should contact the General -'
',' economy. Supervisor of Schools P. O.
t : Box 755 Bunnell. Florida. telephone
437-3327' between 9:00: a.
V m. and 4:00 p .

r "+ Impossible cols Fairtanes Falcons Flagler Bids will County be School received Board by tbe Irr /'
price !
on Mustangs
: '- ; yJI ,; the county office courthouse of the superintendent in Bunnell.

up to and until Wednesday.
I August _, 13. 1969. This notice
shall appear In the Flagler Tr-
buns three consecutive .
weeks and reflects State Boardof
Education Regulation 1307.
ATTEST 74. : *-.
July 22 1969. .
n July 24. 31, Aug. 7, 3tc.




I I'f Plaintiff,'
P0221BLE ,
/., s ;:.r xa i RUTH C. WILLIAMS, I.
Defendant. .
Residence and address un-
.' known.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that aactlon.tor ..
j divorce has been filed
.' against you,' and you are required l
to serve B copy of your written
y ryy.rll y defenses. If any. to It on
plaintiffs attorney -
,. i:. whose address I* 119
" ? North Rldgewood ,Avenue Day-
: 'J No trade refused. tona Beach Florida 32014. on or
I" *, before September 3. 1969; and
1 '" ; : t. 2ALEBUNNELL file the original with the clerkof
1 > M anything's possible this court either before service -
1 : on plaintiffs attorney or I
;. ... ,... -.1' Immediately thereafter, otherwise .
< a default will be ..enteredagainst
'rr: '" 0" you for the relief demanded ".
.' In the Complaint.WITNESS .- I .
:;;\ '....
**" ; my hand and the
'd ",.' S seal of this Court on July 24, A.
I D. .
M i Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Y.: :- ; MOTOR COMPANY, 11!! :::. Bunnell, Florida '' By Deputy Flagler/Kathryn Clerk County, L.Florida.Emery f

"; (Official. Court Seal)
July 31, Aug. .7. 14, 21. 4tc.
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