The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00500
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57NO. 3* THURSDAY AUGUST 14.. 1969 $3.50_A YEAR


Ordered to -
Today, ,August 14: Flagler ,
'}; County Shrine Club, meets at
Redistrict .f i.t' i. \ ; l f ,
? Miller
: : : 7:30 p. m for their* dinner y '5r
meeting at the Pier'of'Restau 1 Zr
.. $
Writ of Mandamus was rant. ''** .***,*5 {" Commissioner
,. served on school board mem-. {5 44ys resigned his post
rc r
." bers Tuesday morning as they (-0-) August 7, at the

assembled for the regular Monday, August 18: Bun- / -I :+ 4m City Commission -
-% _
monthly meeting.' The writ nell City Commission meets Thursday night.

, was Issued Monday by Circuit at, 7:3Op.: mi'| at ,City Hall. for he was moving
Judge Howell Melton order- their regular meeting. city to Marathon

.:; Ing the School Board, to re- ,' (-0-), would operate his
district by September 3rd. Veterans of Foreign Wars The
A petition was filed In, Circuit Auxiliary meets at 8 p. m. in the.. resignation {
Court by Coy G. Harris, the post home, West Moody and announced 'a

Jr., former. county superintendent Blvd., Bunnell. Mrs. T. A_ would be appointed '
of schools requesting Jones; president, will, preside. vacancy 'at the
l'r i the; court to order the (-0-) ,. meeting August 21.

'. r School Board to redistrict as American Legion Post'..:115, elected to, the
t L. provided by law and to call will\ meet at 8 p. m. at the and his. .term

I.,, for an election to elect, board f Bunnell Civic Center. Commander 197O. :

p." members according to the ; Victor Buckles will .... n 9 +x'Fa In other action
-. newly established districts.: preside. night the commlS
t t. In the petition Harris 'showed -. (- -) i'tt0 ,( : ADOPTED a,: :

that ,District, No. 1 (John Tuesday, August 19: Ma- r, proving'the
D. Perryman) had 780 electors sonic Lodge No. 200 F&AM city's water )
'S t of the meets at In the Masonic Daytona. Avenue' ;
';! which'was 33 percent 7:30'p. m. 1 ,th Street. An,
'total in the county; DistrictNo. Hall, S. Bay St., 'Bun dty.'t
2 (Raymon Tucker) had nell. hearing ,was, set
i"- 201 electors or 9 percent; .District (- -) c.F ADOPTED an
3 (H. V. Peavy) had 306 Wednesday, August'.; .20: .->- : sessing$2 on,each
; Disabled American ,, with $1 to go to the
or 13 percent of electors; Dis Veterans'monthly ". J'0
: tract No. 4 (Harold Emery) meeting at' ,Flagler; Enforcement .
had 193 or 8 percent, ; and Beach Municipal Hall at?8 /p.: 'i 1 to 'go to the city
.. forcemeat
District No. 5 (Mrs. .John C. m. Commander WalterWUkF. :. | .
37 Ins will' preside. vA->;:"J'" j ADOPTED an
i. Rice) had 881 electors or .
limiting the
percent. ... "Jf MISS,:BOURNE ing rods to one per' :'
The court'order does not
the municipal
Pfcoio by Theo C. Heln pier.
call for new elections. .1 ACCEPTED; the
The School Board
.. of Tomniy :
take' the ,writ of mandamus''i ; OF AIRPORT PLANC. Planning' Board :
1.. under advisement with a
: :B. Miller, president of' appointed Ernest
competent attorney before \
fill the
vacancy on
'('' Rellim Strops: Inc. spoke' at
: what course to fol- 'VS'I the'
BunnellLJons"Cub., '
.. :
.i i i .. '.
.... low.Coy '1 eon meeting Tuesday arc out lice department to
.. ; G. Harris; when contacted tices to property
his ':
lined plans -.for' devejopIrigTthe -
S ... *' ( .... '
; : yesterdayjr-5aiauth'aVhe.( "' B&hheirAlriJortr' 4-ng'them ,20i.:days :

""I. had not petitioned the court 'i v'r+ W *'t .He stated.that he had .worked JUnk cars from their
to redistrict as a, means of # Y out a' lease with the Board READ a lease
"getting. ''even" with any board of. County Commissioners for ITT Rayonler for the ;
members. r which
; a lease:up to 20 years. Miller, Playground
"I requested the School to said the Board'of, County Commissioners + day. cancelation ;:
redistrict several years ago 1 are now In' the both. ITT and the.
I when I was superintendent o{ : -" 4 ; process of readying the airport .r : '
schools", Harris said. "They 3 .
to comply with the lease .
did not do' anything.' So, as a terras. CABBAGE.. LOSS' 'r I",; '
private citizen residing in one i 1 ,', .
,Miller said unicorn system BEING ; [ :
of the malapportioned dis /
; had' already been Installed at .
tricts, I decided, to; petitionthe the airport. Runway lights a INVESTIGATED. ;

court for action".. r lighted beacon,_ and air sock
'rr .Knight Brothers Farm suf.fered
The school budget hearing, y would soon be Installed. The considerable loss lasts !
which was postponed from r airport is already listed by ":
year from diseased or defective -
a meeting last week at which FAA as an active airport. cabbage. More than 200' ,

'- there was no quorum, was Three planes' ,including a acres of cabbage had to'.be ::.
held. There were rio questions 1966 mooney; were now In service *
I plowed under at Knight
I or objections to the budget :< i and an air ambulance Farms and several other cabbage -
from the public. The 1969-70 would soon be available. A growers were reported '.
budget was adopted by unanimous mechanic is on duty., A Rel to have suffered some of the
.. of the Board. Urn used In the
decision plane was -- -
same defect, according to El-
Averley Brown, a former search for the downed Navy don Knight. .
teacher and guidance counselor _7 pilot last week. When first, reported: It wasbelieved
at Bunnell High School Miller said negotiations ,are that the damage

... was appointed principal ofi' 4 underway for car rentals. was' a type of, disease that _
'. Bunnell Elementary No. 2 Flight instruction is :already caused a breakdown within -

' (formerly Carver) for the next underway and seven new T- the head of the cabbage. Later -

i' school term.. Brown was employed Photo By 'Ted Help Hangers will be constructed. in as Investigation continuedit
the future.TEACHERS .
in Orange County was believed to have been.
t L school last, year... caused by pther sources.

Superintendent Jim Craig % Two Flagler County girls 'have entered thei-Elbrida Crown STARTPREPLANNING Eldon Knight, said that considerable' -

i. /' reported to the J Board that he Beauty Pageant, August 30 in Jacksonville Beach. scientific investigation
f still had two vacancies in WED. AUGUST 20 > had been conducted including ,
M- mathematics at Bunnell High r The Flagler contestants are Miss Kathy Bourne of ,Flagler: Flagler'' County's school University of Florida

; School and three vacancies at Beach and'Miss Susie Peterson of Bunnell. teachers start pre-planning Agricultural Specialists.
said that the investi
Bunnell Elementary School Knight ,,
No. 2. Miss Bourne, who will attend Daytona Beach Junior College sessions Wednesday. August gation Indicates to him that
this fall, is the'reigning Miss Flagler County. 4 20, BUS Principal,McGriff said the, cause of the deteriorationwas
It was reported a rehearing today. -
I. S had been requested The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bourne, 901, ,S ,Daytona Teachers'wloll' report to their, an over supply of fertilizer -

by Attorney Jim Tucker on Avenue, she was the 1969 Miss Bunnell High School... he five respective schools at 8:30: a. as applied fertilizer on recommen-
dation of the
Writ of Mandamus ordered foot-five inch 'brunette," weighs 120 pounds ,and, ; measures m. and' will attend a I county suppli

4 against the School Board relative 362435. wide meeting 'at 1:30: p. m.' er.Knight.said that besides the
to the contractural status Wednesday in the BHS libra
of Mrs. Lena Barasa who Miss Peterson, ,the 'daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Dean Peterson, hea.vy.loss he suffered in having
ry.The to plow under so much of
was not reemployed for the Espanola\was 'flrst-runnerup' in the Miss Flagler County con- county schools open his cabbage he alsQ suffered ..
next school term. \ test.,She,.,Is.five feet-six inches,tall, weighs 120 pounds and has Tuesday September; A r Me- damage crop to his trade

By a vote of 3 to. 2 the measurements of 352435. .1, Griff said. brand "Double K K" which he

'5" 5 Service Board accepted OilCompany the bid to of,furnish the- She Is"a,senior Bunnell High School and was an associate TIDE TABLETides is establishing as a quality

and fuel oil and (twirling Instructor for Bill Allen at the American'Twirling Academy For August 14-20 symbol.
gas Farm owners Eldon and
motor oil for school 'buses,and atj Leesburg, Florida, Baylor University. Waco Texas;I and IIIGH LOW Walter Eugene Knight,

. ,. '; I other school vehicles for next. Atlanta, Georgia the past summer. She Is also Drum Major tort Day A.M.. P.M. A.M. P.M.. through their attorneys Joe :

, ".,. '. year. :",, s 'school: band.Contestants # 14 9:00: 9:18: 2:42: 2.:48 Oglesby, Daytona Beach, 'and
: 1. : ',in the pageant will: ,be judged only on beauty 15 9:36: 9:54: ?,318; 3:24 Farris McGee Bunnelt: fileda

'. VISITS' -I j. and", poise. :There will ,be no talent competition.'Contestants will 16 10:12 1024; ,348, ; ,4:06: damage suit In excess of
'J. EP. GUSSON. I. ., A point .17 1,0:54 .1106; 4:24': 4:48: $500,000 in Circuit Court ,Mon,
appear In street dress;swimsuit and a formal gown.! sys/ ""'
18 11:36: 11:42: 5:00 5:36 The' defendants are Allied -
"Eustls : day.
Rep. Jim Gllsson, '' will be
similar: Contest
tern to that used in the Miss America ,
19' 12:24 11:59 5:48 6:30 Chemical Corp. and Green's.Fuel :
visited with friends at Flagler : x .
each '
used for of the '
Beach Sunday. appearances. 20 12:30 J.:18., 6:36 7:30 Inc.

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I;' THUR&. AUGUST 14, 1969
.,, 3Hlaglrr (SrilnuicINCORPORATED
Ente:-i a* second class ,matter
February 6, 1913. at the, poattoffice1
DUNNELL FLORIDA :;at Bunnell. Florida:. under
Act or'] March 3. 1876.... ( Lean Western' "CENTER CUT"
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Editor and Publisher: l0e Per CeP7 t
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New editor Six BI.ath ... II'o..l.t.d

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.Legal Ad.ertlsl.s Outside*4.OO'Peracler Year C.u.CJ'



A serious effort is being made at this time to obtain suf.

flcient signatures to place upon the ballot whether or not Flor.. U. S. D. A. Choice,
Ida will have a unicameral legislature.A .

unicameral legislature simply means a single body f of the RIB STEAKS Ib. $1 09
legislature instead of a house and'senate as we now have.. Only'

one state, Nebraska, has experimented with the one house leg,
islature.On .

paper, at least, there are, several advantages to a one U.. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
house legislature.First, would be less expensive. There wouldbe

.less representatives,'secretaries, aides, offices, and telephone Ib.U. 68
'land travel expenses to be paid by the taxpayers.' STEAKS .

Second, it would be much more efficient in that bills or
laws could 'be passed,much faster. Presently every bill has to,

face house, and senate "committees as well,as a vote in both S. D. A. Choice, .'
houses.' The present system often appears to. be useless' dupli. '

cation. -. ROUNDBONE ,
c. Ib. 78
;Howeverour :democratic system of government ,is based ROAST

upon a system of checks and balances. The executive, legislativeand .. ....
judicial branches each have the power to regulate and restrain
the other. -. .;' -,. "ryyo"L>"j '

The checks and balances are very effective 'in a,two house I FASHIONED Lyke's "Sugar Creek" ALL MEAT

legislature., Often a bad ,bill can 'be rushed through one house 'RAT CHEESE FRANKS
'of'the legislature before the legislature the public have time to',study and react'to a bill. If'It' is found' lb. (Each 45c) 12'oz. $-f 29 i''
to'be a bad,bill it can be,killed in the other house. | 78C Pkgs. .JL. ((1
., Under, our system of'two houses in legislature: there is -
the opportunity to have a joint conference committee'I from ..cth '
D' :
Fresh Florid: :9. Grade "A" D & CUT TO ORDER
houses appointed to work out difficulties in bills that have, passed -
both houses. '

Of course, some bad bills get past both houses. example
is the law calling for biennial' preparation 'of the county tax lb. 33Lyke's

roll. For generations we have had a new county tax roll prepared -

each year; under the recently passed law It, will be, every .. .,
two years. '

This, though, Is not,an argument In favor of unicamerallsm.For .

with,a single, house legislature we probably would have'' "Sugar Cr ek" (SLICED
many. more bad bills passed. BACON ib63J'
For small COuntle's'such: as Flagler It is to our advantageto ,

keep,a two house: legislature. Since,we, do, not 'have a local
representative in,the legislature. it' Is' to our advantage'to-have Red :& White "STEWED" No. 303 CanTOMA'TOESl

'two county opportunities' : ..contact our delegation on 'bills.' _j';effectingour '- : 4: 'Fr. '$' f0 -l BETTER. D '(Plain, or' S.;' R.) *I

If Is".true'that'we-:now"have four able representatives s in the .* r A FLOUR: :

houses and senate who presently stay in contact with: Flagler. LykeV ", 12 oz. Can I ,

County: ..and: attempt to serve our interests. But,, supposing fora LUNCHtN' MEAT Each Ilia
moment we' had; a big, city.senator'whopaid no attention_ to 5 Bag, 29p'Sw
little Flagler. The senate might pass. ar bill''very disadvantageousto Treat"SLICED"
t. No. 2 CanPINEAPPLE .
us. We, ,would still have an opportunity- contact our representatives '
in the house to present our case. 4For *I OO Limit :1 with,$5.00,or more,food order

Also, a ,single house with fewer members would'teD'1 to'' ,
have a higher percentage 'of legislators elected from,the:; big Omaha ; 3" Ib. Cello Pkg. .ti _
cities' (where. the votes are) with less representation from, the Ea.:
rural districts. RAIN Ring, 39C MRS. I'ILBERT'SIVORY

Democracy Is not a fast process. But, that might'be' the reason
,it ,has been so successful' since 1789. 'It] might be better to jj- Giant Size: Of L Ffl

be slow and deliberative.The Liquid DETERGENT Ea. 4'ge i V-r

money to be saved from a unicameral legislature wouldbe '
insignificant in a budget of hundreds,'of millions of dollars.Let's : : : 2 Iba.iri .
( Qtr.) 4'9'-
government keep our senate ,and house'aS o traditional form' of MAXWELL, .. HOUSE ,

John A.Clegg : .

BARASA'SEEKS I",,' .. 1:;' *, 47 e Frosty AcresLEMONADE ,

6 oz. Can
ToORE Limit 1 ,with $5.OO or more food order Each
Mrs. Lena Barasa has requested '
The Tribune to retract' Mr. Paula Farrly'PACK"
To City Commission and Cit- a story that appeared recently ;
izens of Flagler Beach: relative'to the circuit court' decision FISH STICKS EachlSge
rendered In; her case ,
All too oftenMetters, of this against the Flagler'' School Large HEADCABBAGE -
sort are written'only; to complain Board.' .
but my purpose is to 2"" ISM t
commend. 'Mrs. Barasa explained that
the judge ,had ruled that she
Charles Robeson, our life Firm Ripe '
had two valid certificates
guard in chief and auxiliary and
one Peremptory Writ of lb. Z9c'SHORTENING
.., patrolman has distinguished Man TOMATOES' .
i( damus. Since she
plans to resume ,
himself ,
in the he has
way '
i handled his teaching In Flagler 3 39"
position SeedfesaGRAPES'
this particularly County this' year she "stated Sweet: Tin .,'
past summer.Charles that she :did not Want Ib -
'has shown real dedication people I Limit
:;: to' think' that she' won' the : 29Ci 1 with $5.00 or more food order
/ and concern for all on on'a ,
technicality of
F the,beach as he also did when, a A.
\ typographical
J, I he recently served as our police error.
'p; :officer. He, has, kept the The Tribune, explained to
beach clean 'and,been friendly Mrs. Barasa that tley ,could '
.," to' all ,who use the facilities. not retract their story since It
' I have seen, him many' times was essentially what was reported -
:: explain to young and old' at the, official school
i. alike whey they cannot do board meeting.She .
",,' certain things and they seem ROOD RODGERS
;:: to 'respect him and go along letter which a two page III! iiilflTITliI"
we; agreed to pub
with his wishes
;'I lIe is a realI. lish under her signature. However
: lp 'credit :to the; ,community and since then it is learned
; ,
) deserves ,a_;commendation. of that ''the School
Board plans ,
I. ;:_."x", ,. Job" '."well done", *. to.request rehearing,on the .OPEN' -,SUNDAYS-
) /, "itT > ..Sincerely' case. The letter will be held Phone, 437-3227
W'i' 8:00 A.n .-1 s00'p.m'.
; ,. '' Mary GurneeFlagler until the court case has been U.S.
,}. 't Beach settled. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good < -, No.\l. .\ 'BUNNELL.

-< ,1 r'I August 14, 15, 16, 17 and,18, 1969


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FATHER DIES IN '. Jimmie Crews George l.lIICmfl. o t.
TwIgg, Franclsca Hugas, Liz-

CONNECTICUT, a ,"' ...'. .!< ., : ANNUAL MEET .\'*," :zle Sedessle. ,jJohn Weisberg I
Mary 'Tomllns >j. Garner Sanders '

Mrs. Leslie ache wascall- r. FSWC District "'Supervisors ;'*' Marie: ,:*Williams* Ida I I ...... ." 411 .If I..... .
I ed to : r c.' :;;;:r:
BridgePOrt, Conn .duq.to- '?,{plan to attend the 24th Annual Powell, Howard,; Emery, Robert ,('I' .
,the death .
of hefJatherftNlcholas meeting of the Florida Association Law,V Charlie 'Lorick, Ma- ST. THOMAS .EPISCOPAL FLAGLER COUNTY
,Benedek' who died Unexpectedly '.of Soil and Water bel ardCheryl< ; ding, Freida
July ,21 at 'Park City ,Conservation District Supervisors Crassood.. PaUline ,Harton, CHURCH TO j RESUME CHURCH DIRECTORYCATHOLIC J
iHospltal. .Bridgeport. June Reynolds, Henry Mikulka
at .Clearwater '
August ,
Mrs.; Pache' ,returned home 20.22 at',the,Jack.Tar Harrison Mae GUI Charles .Mlsalnne REGULAR SCHEDULE

Sunday, via jet after remainIng -. Hotel. '' -'AnhaStrickland, Carrie Beginning .Sunday, .September CHURCHES
; for.a visit with .relatives. Kenneth Grant, Administrator Barber Florence Ramsey, :The. Rev. Father Anthony
7 St.. Thomas Episcopal 'Leon.
of USDA Soil Conservation Sarah Durham! 'Calvin Dur : Pastor

WHO i r> .. ARE" THE Service, Washington, D. ,C. ham, Tcjudy ,Bowden, Ethel Church will resume ;their regular "
will deliver the Pelllcer, Helen'Cobb, Thomas church school and worship St. Marys Church Korona '"
':TREE keynote ad
FARMERS? Mass_._.._..
Sunday 7:30
.Pelllcer, Eula"Jlizlne. schedule.The a. m.
dress. Other speakers at the service: :; .
Since Weekday Masses ,
"" : Monday
farmers Increasingly
.are three-day meeting .include
Discharges: morning worship service Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a.
Important to, the Florida Commissioner of'Agri.
''South's. economy It's.timely culture Doyle Conner; Florida, Anna Strickland Otis and .church ;school ,is at m.Ble.sed.
""to take .a closer look at who Agriculture Extension Serv- Evans, Henry Mlkulka. :Mur- 10:00. a. m. Holy Communionon
they are and Wh bthey're'doIng. the first Sunday' of each Sacrament Chapel
lye Watkins phy Green, Beatrice Brown,
'There. ; ,State ,Senator, ,Elmer ,Cora Pomeroy.(,;Gene Barber, month and Sermon and,on Morning,,the othef Prayer,Sun Sunday Flagler Mass ?....._...9:00 a. m.
are close to 48'million Friday And State 'Marietta ?,
(Representative Basil nne, ,Beatrice
Weekday' Masses: ,
.acres,of tree ;farms.In 12 Sou ,Ralph Tyre. 'Rlley,, :Adell Riley Charles days. The .Rev. Thomas' ,Mab- Tuesday
ithern Pine ley is tjie igrfest,Jri ;charge. Thursday and Saturday at
'growing estates. Supervisors, from Florida'ssixty Mlsslnne Ruth .Herbeln, Mar- o.
While many' are .Downed Iby Soil.. ,and Water ,Conservation gie.StU key,;MaryBroadaway, ,)!, : .'!( ,9:00 Catechlsm.C1a a. m.. 3:00 m.
,lumber; plywood and ,paper Districts will be at- ''Dalton';Cobb, 'Ethyl Wickline, "?. CI,. 'Tuesday. < p.

companies, many..norebelong I tending.. ; flla Green Sten Haggberg, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
to private.Individuals from all John ,
Welsberg, June Reynolds CHURCH : St. Stephens, ''Bunnell
;walks. of life-bankers; lawyers Franklin Cauley, 'Fran'elsea' ,Sunday .Mass:..._.10:30: *#. ,me
'doctors. :businessmen, '.1I gas.1, Cheryl ;King SUNDAY. AUGUST 17 .Catechism .Classes: 3 j>. ,m.
laborers and farmers all i': : .
-- 'TREES ARE Marlene King George Twigg. Tuesday. '
''managing timber :as .crop N( '"Soul" is the subject of the Confessions before'all masses.'
:and ;selling tree :harvests to [ Christian Science Lesson. Weekday Devotion! *Novenato

expanding forest industries. q;r BUSINESS) .ff' BIRTHDAY: : 'DATA ;Sermon to be heard ,Sunday Our Lady Wednesday and "
Many have homes ,in cities n r'N_ ,rln, ,all Christian Science I
..-..-....... this Saturday after Mass.
Happy birthday week
and lady tree ,farmers are not "" '--'- to: 'churches. The Responsive -
::unusual .p:aw .i 'Today. :' Martha Stryker, Reading includes these verses .
Community Memorial
,Gloria Trdver- from Isaiah: lArlse,,shine; for

'" '. ... ... Friday: Jerry Peters. thy lllght ,Is come, ;and, ,the .Daytona Ave Church. -Flakier 'Beach
glory,of ,the Lord .is ,risen
Saturday: Gertrude, .Her upon .Reverend W. Dickert. Pastor
TIRES A STORY man, Albert Batten. ". thee Violence shall no Sunday School :.-.._._.._...9:45:
-Sunday: -CoL ,(Ret.) GordonS. more wasting be nor heard destruction in thy withIn land, Worship Service ..._.._.......11:00

Gary, Ida L.' White, Esther thy" borders..!' Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof
THERE: IS NO CHARGE TO DIAGNOSE YOUR Heydt,,>Betz Ifeydt. each month at 2 p. xft.

TIRE WEAR WITH OUR SPECIALIZED ALIGNMENT Tuesday:.Jane' Stryker, Robert 'A demonstration of the h "
: EQUIPMENT.Slcippy's Will, Mal 1m.L. Johnson. facts of Soul in,Jesus',way resolves First Baptist ,Church.
i! s Wednesday;' George Miles the dark visions of material Rev. Charles Anders Pastor
.sense into.harmony and Moody, Boulevard Bunnell
Mo iidy,'iGeorge( 'E. 'Wickline.
Sunoco" ;Service i :Clinic -' immortality". This correlative Sunday School:.:__...9:45 a.-m.
passage,' also from the Worship Service..11:00 a. m.

Lesson-Sermon, Is from the Evening Worsh1p..._7:30,p*'m.Prayer .
On AlA Block: North of .Ormond. .Beach Pier 13 Gallon Latex.'$5.75.. denomination's ,textbook Science Meeting '7:30 p..j m.
Free Obolee of TO Cf
t \ and Health .with to
Tel. 677S831Flagler ; .. ,pr ExteriorYEOMANS Key Wednesday
the Scriptures ;by .Mary Baker
PAINTVFACTORY= Eddy. All are welcome 'to ,at- First United Methodist

... ,._, .... tend. ,
,,- -". 1828 NOVA ROAD,_ Lambert. Avenue. Bunnell
'" Oemend.Ire.eh 8I .3O Rev. Earl.'V A. "Wilder Pastor'SundaySchool..9:45
:: -hon 8TT-Rn20I '.
County Insurance: : I ., or m.
# /> of. :. '' 'Worship Serv1C ..._. :100'a.!. m.
ty '
''y-: Why 'YouthChoir. Rehearsal: 6:45:

Agency Jric. .O, FORD'Real : '4.,' .. p. m. ,Wednesday., ......
J-" ::: >. ..Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal
"' ".. Estate Broker :
I .. '" :- I ; Th.:1; f.,- 2nd and 4th*-'Thursday-,at. 3
I '
AM. Forms: of InsuranceG3p5 tReglatered 13'. )p. sn. "

BunnelL Florida ChristianScience '.: : ../I:.. rMYF. : ;2nd ,land 4th- :Sundays
: East : Phone .4373171 ,. --
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: -/Mr. and Mrs. John -c. Mat- ; : home of Mr. and Mrs.

i r r-1": .tihewsk Daytona ..Beach an- The marriage of Miss Donna, William T. Spalding Jr.,
), ',"; '. ". flounce the birth of a son Jean" McClendon Newton, Moseley Avenue, Palatka.
Martin Austin Matthews born MIss.:0: Elbert Franklin the setting Sunday Aug

July-28 aC8 p. m. at Halifax Tucker .Bunnell,' will be solemnized was ust 10 for the wedding of their
.'Hospital He weighed six at 4 p. m.Saturday, daughter Margaret Hutt to

pounds, arid" ,* fourteen ouncesat August .16 in the First Baptist James Mason McNab son of
birth; Church of Newton, Miss.
; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McNab of

Flagler Beach.

,. .. .
,the' double ring
Sgt. and Mrs. Don W. Cul- o'clock in
ceremony at seven
len Orlando are parents of a ,
nine -, the evening. ,
pound son born August BRIDE ELECT
f. $.:i', : <'8 at the Orlando Naval ,Hos Miss Linda Kay' Griff en of
,. ; ; _', pital. Miss ''Helen Kozlowski" Sep Palatka was maid of honor.
tember bride elect was complimented : Knight Flagler Beach
lie has been named Don Jack '
( Walt Cullen Jt; at a bridal shower was best man.

He is the, grandson: of Mr. Friday evening given by After a wedding trip to an
and Mrs. Paul Stanjsh, ChurchSt. Faith Wilson at the home undisclosed destination the

i, ., Bunnell., ., Mrs Vivian Hannah' Flagler newlyweds will reside In Pa
t Beach. ,
1 latka ,where the groom 'Is en-
Mrs. '\Way ie. Gallez left this The bride elect's chosen "rolled'at 'St. Johns. River Jun.
week for Denver,Colo to Join colors of mint green and white for College.
her -husband..who.Is in the US were used in the attractive
MR. ANDMRS... HARRY R. HANNA celebrated their 50th decorations and refreshments.
Army. The::Gallezs will return ,, ,.
wedding anniversary at a reception Saturday afternoon at their '
'Decorated" cakesquares,
to'Bunnell ,
where they Mrs. Elizabeth Redd of Dallas
home 907 S. Central Ave., Flagler Beach. nuts and ml1'were
reside" punch
will In the'. Ganakaris ? ? Texas Is visiting at Flag-
Formerly of Akron Ohio the Hannas came to Flagler Beachto Apartments.Billy served by the hostess to fifteen ler Beach with her: sister.Mrs.

live in,1964. -: Invited guests. Mrs. Charles Misslnne ..and, fam

Mr.. Hanna '81, Is a native of Indiana and moved to Akronat and Carol Deen and Johnny Pelllcer. assisted with ily. .
daughters, Caroline and Kathleen the serving, ,
an early age. He operated a retail*wholesale shoe business were
of Belle Glade returned Appropriate games .
: '
in Akron. home Monday after spending played and prizes ,were givento Mr. and Mrs. George Moodyare

Mrs.' Hanna 73 Is a native of Akron. The couple ,was mar- several days /visiting their Mrs. Pelllcer.and Mrs.".Les- visiting In Atlanta Ga.

:Tied in the Akron German Lutheran Church August 9, 1919. parents in Buhnell. lie Waterman. this week with Mr. and,Mrs.

The Hamias have a son. William R. Hanna Daytona Beach Miles Moody and family.Mr. .
Miss Bourne left
and two grandchildren.
\t Monday -for McRae Ga. to VFW AUXILIARY
spend a week visiting'her sis INSPECTIONV- ..: V and Mrs. :Jerry Davis
ter and brother in law Mr. and children Ricky and Vicky
and Mrs. Dan Fralley. CONDUCTED" have returned to, Flagler
Mrs. 'Daisy Buckles returned H. H. Murray attended Beach after vacationing two. ,
home last week after spend Southeastern Conference of DIstrict' No. 18 VFW .Auxiliary -, ,weeks In North Carolina.
ing two months'visiting with Delta Kappa Gamma national VISITS PARENTSMr. President Mrs. Dorothy
relatives. She visited In New teachers honorary societyfor Bates Orlando conducted In-
York with Mr. and Mrs. Rich- key women educators at and Mrs. Van Murrayand spection Monday night at the Richard McDorman\ New.

ard.Shortlidge; in Falmouth the Americana Hotel last" children'left'yesterday to Veterans of Foreign Wars' port News Va., spent four
return to the''r.. home at Bel-
Mass with her sister. Mrs. week in Miami.,. Auxiliary'meeting- Seventeen days in Bunnell last week
ton', S\\ C. after visiting in Bun- visiting with Mr and Mrs.Iryin .
Jane Williams, and In Providence Mrs. Murray's'niece., 'Miss attended including other auxiliary '
nel several days with his '
R. I. with Mr. and. Mrs. Louise Bennett of Waycross par officers from' Orlando: Stoke and1 family. "
ents Mr., and 'Mrs. H. H. Mur.
Ed Dillon. Ga. accompanied her to Mi Mrs. Aline Minchew and'' .
..r. /
ray. 'L.
nroute home she stoppedOver ami. ; Mrs. Lorraine Minchew were, PEACE CORPS /
in Jesup Ga. to visit Mr. f initiated as new members. '

and Mrs. Brady, Wadswprth, HOr/SEGUESTS FORMER RESIDENT ,VISITS Auxiliary President Mrs. T.."., PLACEMENT1'TEST :TO, ;.ft'.

and in Smyrna, Ga. with the A. Jones' announced the local, Jam'"
John Rice haveas MrS. Lamar Harris formerly BEHELD ON'AUG"lG
Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Barkers. ,, *'"' ,
unit will continue to "send' i'''S bl -\ t Pt. V.
houseguests at their homeat of Bunnell now residing at .
J. Artesia-'Park' her son and Panama City?'Kleft 'Tuesday Sift 9't.gs, oFjagl5Cquntl] :Flagler:. .county ; area:resit
: \ ** 4' servicernenTnVletnam.: Anyone
ir 'if 'yisrrciRs' ,, law.Mr. and after several dents Jnterested, in putting
; I ; '. -** daughter irk; Mrs. spending* days td
desiring 'a
s ... 'gift
'. Norman' Cockman of Virginia here with her I ,mother ,Mrs. their skills to use in 'develop-
>>:Mr. and- Mrs.. can l Suttdn Beach, Va. Lizzie Sedessie., who is ,a surgical box is asked to cdritact ''Mrs. trig natrons 'around the world

Andrews N:' C. spent"Wedriesday patient at:: Bunnell, Gen- Jones. The "gift-pacs" can be are invited, to take the Peace

and Thursday in :Buhnell Mr. and Mrs. John Rice eraL-HospitaL. purchased and mailed Corps'' Placement Test at, 1:30

as guests off Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend at Willa- : ,?'1 through the cooperation P. M. on Saturday, .:August 16

r Johnny Capo'and family; coochee Ga. visiting Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Bob Cook were the Auxiliary $5 complete, at the Daytona.. Beach-, ,Main," ,- '
Mrs. Capo and children plan'to' Mrs. Era Carter..Before return in Gainesville:Sunday to vIsIt Mrs. Jones" said. Post Office.

leave Sunday for three, ing home Sunday they attended their 'son and daughter in :The next, regular meeting The Peace Corps rises the

weeks visit In Robblnsvllle the Glllls family .reunionat law;; Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Monday,Sept. 15 at 8.pUnuat Placement' Test to' determinehow '
:' C.-With Tier Mr. the post ,home, Bunnell.
Nlcholls Ga. Cook and son Stephen. an applicant can 'best be
and Mrs J.: B.'Gregory. ,t' utilized overseas. The test,

; .Mrs Capo will join them next VISITING IN PA.' [;: ,', WEEKEND HOUSEGUESTSDr. measures general aptitude f
week and remain to accompany FORMER RESIDENTS and the ,
ability to learn a;
them home. Helene Frank and Joe Bry- RETURN and Mrs. Russell Blan- language; not education or

an left Saturday .via Jet for J f'tMr. t, ton had as weekend house- ...i I achievement. The test requires i
Mr.and Mrs. Lee Almy and Valley Forge Pa. 'where they .- and Mrs., C. H. Gordon guests at their Flagler' Beach no preparation 'and is noncompetitive -
children of Eatonton. Ga. are will spend a month visiting and sons former 'residents home Mr: and Mrs. Rick Ma- ; an applicant'

visiting at Flagler Beach'with relatives.: who haye beer living in her and son Troy of Fort: Lau. neither pass nor fail

Attorney and Mrs. Farris McGee Ocala, have: returned to Bun derdale; Perry; Kim and Andy Persons interested In
and children while vaca- VISITORS serving
nell to reside.r' Blanton Branford Florida ''
with tioning at ,Ormond Beach. Rev. and Mrs. Guy F. Craw 'Mr. Gordon /who Is employed and Jack and Marie Knight fill out an application. If they

ford Lakeland are visitingat by the Florida Division and son Steve; of Bunnell.Mr. have
not already done' and
Misses Mechele and Grace so,
Flagler Beach today with of.
Forestry was. recently pro.
present it to the tester before
Steflik leave tomorrow to return Rev. and Mrs: Lester Stanton moted and assigned to the and Mrs. Al Jones spent the test: : forms
to Silver Spring Md. after Application
Avalon Ave. Bunnell district. the weekend at Titusvllle visiting
are avalla.b1'e'lrom offices
vacationing a month at The Rev. Crawford Is a retired The Gordons are residing with Mr. andMrs.. Carl post
or from the Peace Corps In
Flagler Beach with their '
parents Methodist minister. on Hwy. 10O Bunnell. Jones II, and family
Washington D. Ci 20523.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stef I ,

r 11k.'I HOME FROM VACATION Miss Linda Knight left

County Commissioner and Monday for ''North Carolina I
t .
HOME FROM MIAMI Mrs. Louis Steflik and child where she will;vacation 'sev 437-3969

ren Martin and Holly returned eral days .with,.'Mr. and Mrs. SERVICE ALL MAKES

E C Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy liar. home Thursday after vacationing Robert Conley,,and family. \

gett returned home today from two' weeks ,In North .,., "
Miami where they spent .a Carolina. AIR- .
week visiting her brother in They enjoyed camping and MRS. HARDING ._ QNDITiONING : j

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. sightseeing at Fontana IS 91 ._ ,.
I Don Deal and family. Franklin and Ashville N. C. 7 APPLIANCES', t
I ''Mrs. :rose h"'- Harding cele- ? ;
I asas .. .
brater her ninety-first .birth.day "
J I.:
Sunday at,a gamily dinner ..
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maszk'- PLAZA Theatre' party at the' home of her OLD DIXIE HWY. .. OPEN v '

pect his sister, Mrs. :J. H. daughter, Mrs, Margaret Taylor KORONA .
Fauntleroy of Silver Spring ROCKING CHAIR Bunnell. FLA. NIGHTS '<& WEEKENDS :

t Md. to arrive Monday for 'several THEATREPALATKA JoiningMrs.., Harding forthe '

", days 'visit, in Bunnell. AZALEA gala celebration were her ,

PLAZA sons, Richard Jacksonville -I
Mrs: Edward Hawkins and Dan, Holly Hill and Bert and {
Miss Zena Muzyka spent several STARTS THURSDAY Martin both of :Bunnell; Mrs. HEADQUARTERS FOR "

days in Pensacola. last ONE WEEK ONLY Bert Harding :Mrs. Dan Hard-
week., MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ing 2 granddaughters and 3, FISHING TACKLE "'
Mat. ZOO, I<:ye. TiIS, BlI5 great-grandchUdren: BAR B QUE :
!Sat.! and Man. Continuous t -..
.-.. _... From If 1.1liAVOHS : t GRILLS,AND FLOATS
I:3j.."" ': ,_. ..GALORE HOME ''FROM"COLLEGE '; .
lk. 'admitted to'Halifax -wltl.Ilerble. .e !Saner-! ATLANTIC: HARDWARE
1I011Y.5te was Little Carl! :.; &
Hospital; Daytona '" ,., .. _J>*an. JonesMlehele Miss Su' Broadaway, Georgia \\W: _.
Beach 'Monday"where:she underwent t'r Indcljr: ,.lfakett.Walt 1- Southern! .College States., ,SUPPLY', (CO.: Inc. ';
,' an' appendectomy. t Il.ner' Pridaetlona born, Ga. swqt} :Ute weekendIn ... .. r :
:", "She is t e.daughterofCoun. "The i Bunnell visiting her parents ., MOODY. BLVD. iFLAGLER: BEACH A
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ty Commissioner- Mrs. Bug" ,- 'Mr; 'and, ; Mrs.- S. J* --I/ "' < "" \I'' "
Louis Steflik Bunnell. Broadaway. ".. .. PHONE 4382303N.)4to01 .



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selection of ATLAS tires. Be-
Our Servicemen
buying check with Knox

011 Company U. S. Hwy. 1 for .

the best deal In town. TFC
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FoiiRENTUnfurnished 2 : I "
bedrom 4
house $40 per month. ,4.f.

TROPIC GARDENLet S.; Forsythe St' BunnelL Phone.
4373282. "iL
us help beautify Flagler lt

County. Large variety of evergreens WANTED-Lawns to mow.

palms hedge plants. Will do all types yard work.

5% miles S of. Bunnell, on Call 4373578. Ken Tucker.

U. S. 1* Feb. 15-tic Have own equipment. 8.7. 2tp L


fields Installed: Rota-Roter WITH MERLE NORMAN COS- h yk, a

snail, shell. Reasonable prices. METICS /

Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 BE INDEPENDENT 1 I' J '. Exciting -
8.1-11 and
rewarding Franchise

opportunity with your ;
FOR SALE-1969 Singer zigzag own retail cosmetic 'store. _
'In cabinet. ,Blind hems Merle Norman Cosmetics offers AIRMAN JAMES M. AKXNS -

dresses sews on buttons you a prestige- business FROM OUR FILESThe

makes buttonholes, etc.' Full with complete guidance and Airman James M. Aklns, above photographs used in .
were a, feature "Citizens'ofTomorrow"
$52.20 tax Included. Or free continuous son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
price training. I
published in. the Flagler Tribune in 1949.. We
terms available.. For free home FINANCING IS AVAILABLE Mikulka of 206 Howe, Bun- ,
dered how many'of our readers could
nell has completed basic identify these youngstersof
demonstration call Credit Write 'wire or call collect: '
Manager 9 a. m. til 9, p. m., Miss Pat Harris' MERLE training at Lackland AFB, yesteryear,.The answers are at the bottom of the page. '

Jacksonville Collectt 3880785. NORMAN COSMETICS Dept. Tex., He has**been, assigned ,

July 17 TFC LN9, 9130 Bellanca Ave., L. A., to ChanuteAFB, 111., for ATTEND VFW' LEGAL,ADVERTISEMENT* -

Calif. 90045 (area code 213) training in the-aircraft-equip
SPARE TIME INCOME 6413777. meat maintenance field. Air MEET IN REQUEST! FOU BIDS
July 31, 4tc. is
Refilling and 'collectingmoney man Aklns is a. graduate of al : F g County that C
NEW Bunnell MELBOURNEVFW the Board of County' 'Commic-
from high- High School
NEW chllds plastic table with Ida will receive sealed bids ,
;quality coin operated dispensers two scoop chairs $9.95. Occas Commander Jack Pe 9:00: A.M. Tuesday Septem-until

in your area. No selling.To tonal cloth covered armchairs HOME ON LEAVE tit. Mrs. T. A. Jones VFW Clerk ot6 tho Circuit I i Court t In

qualify you must have car Auxiliary president. Mrs: Will- the Flagler County Courthouse:
$11.95. Vinyl recliners A1/CX. Jerry Smith
and his
Bunnell, Florida for the
references .$600 to $2900 cash. iam Patrick Mrs. Danny John- following -
$49.95 Jerry's Furniture Old ; :
Seven to twelve hours weekly Dixie wife Shlrley'McConnell AFB ston and T. A. Jones attendedthe One Pick-up Truck meeting the
Hwy. Near 195. Phone
Kansas are spending 25 days following
can ,net excellent monthly Veterans of Foreign Wars specifications: .
4373752. Aug. 14, Itc. leave at Flagler Beach visiting One New- 1970 1/2 ton Pick-Up.
income.:More full time. For his School of Instruction at Mel- Filet Inch wheel. blUe.
parents Mr. and Mrs.
personal Interview write Used metal bed with box bourne last Sunday. V8 not Side.less
N. O. Durrance than 300
UNITED DISTRIBUTING CO., springs and mattress good Airman Smith,is in the Unit- Mr. Jones was appointed to '. Inside' bOdy spare tire mount.cu. In.

'DEFT. A, P., O. Box 10605 condition. Call 4373600. Itp ed States Air Force. the State Time and Place Locking Ton-.J.5 six type ply differential.tires nylon,
Texas 75207.' Include .
Dallas ,, Committee. RtTIS grips on rear.

phone number. Aug. 14, Itp PROMOTEDAirman Heavy duty transmission.rear .prlngs.

FOR ,SALE-Unfurnished 3 Bob 'Moody's Mike* Mlsslnne has CLIFF SHEFFIELD JR. Rear Full depth step Bumper.foam rubber seats.

bedroom frame house with been promoted!, to Airman WINS SNOOKER Color -' Red. .

garage. Corner lot S. ForsytheSt. First Class Al/C.Mlsslnne will TOURNAMENTA dl ,tingapproxxi Bunnell.delivery In,.

., BunnelL Call 4373797. Snakearium v be graduated : from Photog- snooker tournament con- date.The ,

x Aug. '1421. 2tc. raphy School at Lowery AFB ducted last Friday and Satur- as the nteree soofe' the County I
FOR SALE-1961 two door Is now buying rattlesnakes Colo., August ,.29! and is expected day at the local pool parlor an olds require and to to waive reject, any any In-or

to arrive, home Sept 2 by Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Hunter 'o'-'nalltles in bids
Rambler: Can JPej'I; ): at 401 coral snakes. Indigo snakes Dated. *t Bunnell. Florida, this I
to spend a leave with his resulted In Cliff Sheffield 12th day of August
Central 1969.
Ave Flagler
and large moccasins. parents; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jr. winning first place. Buddy OTIS S. HUNTER. Chairman
14 21. 2tp. Board
Beach. Aug. of
, ., .. after Mlsslnne, Flagler Beach. His West second place and Jimbo pf County Flagler Commissioners County- I
Bob Moody
FOR SALE--B-B-Que' grill Contact: next assignment Thailand Crews third place. ATTEST Florida: '

with electric rotisserie and 5 p. m. at North Railroad AFB. T The event was for boys between George M. Moody Clerk.

hood. Also cage style auto eight and eleven yearsof August 14. 21. 1969. 2 to

carrying rack,' good condition:, Ave.., BunnelL. I I HOME >,0rl i LEAVE age. First;" prize, winner, received LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

$25jfor.:boh 'or .Call 4392356.. Aug. 14, ItpC and'' his wife; Betty// are visiting ---- ENTU JUDICIAL. C11ICUIT j .
A-K omblnatlonhunting LEGAL ADVERTISEDII4NT
Series .
j ,-*-rFX The IN AND ..0... ,FLAGLE'
i and license In Bunnell with his parents COUNTY, IiLORIDA. ,
>R ..RENT3.bed. n, C. ,Bv. fishing IV TIlE CIRCUIT COURT IN CIVIL
Mr. Mrs. C. Gordon NO. 604-8"
allows statewide hunting and AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
air JAMES R.
house with central heat, TY FLORIDA DAVENPORT. .
conditioning Von .BU-, fishing and costs no more civil NO. n e-E f. Plaintiff. '
garage. .
They will leave August 23 'VII.
8rl4-ltc. than the.separate licenses. CHARLES WILLIAMS. JR., SARAH
4392371. DAVENPORT
low Ranch
for San Diego Calif, where he Plaintiff.. Defendant.

assigned to'duty in the US RUTH C. WiLLIAMS v. ; SARAH NOT'CROJRO- a.r..wToff

Naval Legal Office Defendant. DAVENPORT c/o
Joel Wallace' 911'
Ballard itoad

''SPECIAL AUG. 14-28 New superhighways dramatically TO Residence: RUTH C.and WILLIAMS address un- YOU that ARE. Texas HEREBY 76169..NOTIFIED -
a Complaint for
; reduce driving time known. has been -
filed against ,
YOU ARE] NOTIFIED that an In the you
between European capitals action for divorce has been flied above styled Court and

A 'FREE GREASE -JOB National Geographic says. against you and you are required -.' you to serve are a requested copy and directed

Motorists ,can..rg&\all the Way to defenses.serve a copy If any.of your to It written on- or other written' defense Answer to said

WITH EACH ,OIL CHANGE AND FILTER from Vienna through Germany BERRIEN BECKS plaintiffs attorney TUCKEIt Complaint Attorney UPOn JAMES for H.
whose address Is 119 Plaintiff -
to Amsterdam distanceof
North Ridge wood Avenue Day- nell/.atirES.tt Office Box 398 Bun-
,_AT': .800 miles in 15' hours. tona Beach. Florida 32014 on or original' thereof. and to file the ...
\ before September 3. 1969; and of the with the Clerk
file the original with the cleric Circuit Court in and for
SAXON'S SHELL OIL SERVICE' The world's': largest flying of .this,.Court either before '.erv- County Flagler County Florida, Flagler

bird is ,the wandering (albatross ice on plaintiffs attorney orImmediately Florida on Courthouse or before the IunneH 16tli
thereafter, otherwise
Hwy. too and Interstate 95 Phone 437-38OO ; with a wing spread of a default will be entered day If of September. 1969.
about 11 H feet. against you for the relief demanded by Default you fall to do co. 'Judgment
Green Stamps In the Complaint. will be taken anaay
We Give S & H WITNESS my hand and the entered against yoU for the relief -
LEGAL ADvERTISEMENT seal of,this Court on July 24, A. DONE prayed In aald Complaint.
D. 1969.; AND ORDEltED' at
NOTICE GEORGE M. MOODY. Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Clerk of the < Court this 11th f, August. 1969:,'
You will take notice that the Flagler County.cut.t, (Seal)
Board of ,County Commissionersof By /Kathryn L. Emery COURRIC; OF THE CIRCUIT\ ,
BUNNELL GULF SERVICE of ; :: County. Florida, In Omcl.seCJ: r I i I
with the provisions ( ) By: Kathryn L. Emery
'of Roctlons 336.09 and 336.10. July 31, Augr. 7, 1421, 4tc.ADVERTISEMENT Deputy Clerk ,
Florida.Statutes 1965, upon petition -, - ----- Publish: August 14, 21. 28. Sep-
of t.Imber 4. 1969, 4tc. ,
US HWY. 1 AND and FRANCES D. 1 f
A. M. o'clock 'on the 2nd day COURT Flut.Gr.ER COUNTY..
Services of September 1969. at Its meet- FLORIDA COUNTY JUDGE'S< COURT*
Complete Automobile ing room In'the County Court IN ,HIIOIIATK NO. O21 .. PP'OLEU COUN' 'Y. FLORIKll + -
House In 'Bunnell Florida con- IN RE: Estate of DA
alder' and determine whether or THADDEUS JEROME AMES. No 020
'Car Washing Polishing not the County will vacate dis aka ESTATE OF ROBERT ''R. HILL
continue abandon., renounce anddisclaim THADDEUS J. AMES. DECEASEDNOTICE
any right" of the County Deceased TO CREDITOR<
437- U O and the public in and to any NOTICE TO CREDITOR TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
Telephone land or interest therein acquiredby TO HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
a gift, or dedicated or set ,... LAIMSPERSONS DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE
.. 'OF KEENE GURNEEafter aside for street. avenue, alley- AGAINST SAID ESTATE: You and each of you are here-
. UNDER w..v. road or highway purpose You and each of you are hereby by notified and required to file
which 'street Is more particularly notified and<< required to file any claims and demands which
., described: \ _, any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have
,MlKh Street from theFlor- you or either of you have against said estate in the office
ida Beet Coaat"" :.Rallwav aKalnst said estate In rrl'officeof ; of Hon. T. K. McKnlght. County
rlccht-of-way to the north i the Honorable T. K. Mc- Judge of Flagler his
line of Block Eleven (11) Knight. County Judge of Flag- office In the Court urnab:.
and the extension north line of Block Eleven-A Court House In Bunnell. Florida dar months from the time of the
you see -: (11-A) per map recorded In within six calendar month. from first publication of this notice.
\ Map Book 2., Page 26. in' the time of the first publication Each claim or demand must be
doctor : the oTOc:: of the Clerk of theCircuit of this notice. Each claim or demand In writing and contain the place .
your Court Johns must be in writing and of residence and post office address -
County l+' OJ.St.October contain the place of residenceand of the claimant and must
191R. and In Plat post office address of the be sworn to by the claimant his
bring yourprescription ,Book 1, Pare 15.' In the office claimant and' must be sworn to agent or attorney or the same
of the Clerk of.the Circuit by the claimant, his agent or shall be. void. ,
Court for Flagler Coun-. attorney, or the same .hall be /e/ T. K. MCKNIGHT
; to V ty. Florida. 16 June 1922. void. Judge 5- i 5
"; All Interested parties may ap- \ /s/ Edith M. Ames First publication on August 14,
pear and time First Publication 7 Aug. 1969. 1969.
: and place above rspecified LELAND H. SHAW' W. Farris McGee j
Dated this ,4th day of August.. P. O. Box 296.Bunnell. Attorney at LawP.
w 1969. Florida. 32010 O. Box 356
Attorney for Petitioner Bunnell. Florida
tfk ... : : SEALnOARD: OJ COUNTY Aug. 7 4tc. .. __ ;Aug, 14.;: II, %8, Sept. 4, 4tc.
Profoulonal Bfcfg. ..\i}. FLORIDA FT.AOr.ER COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF, CITIZENS OF dessle Kirkland; 'and Connie;.v

...:. ., .: /./ Otis S.; Hunter, YESTERYEAR : ,- Durrance Crain. .:, >
Chairman Bottom 'row. 1 to 'r. Dennis

ATTEST; : M. Moody. Clerk :Top. row 1 to r. Betty Lynn King; Richard Eugene Mann;
/e/ George
August 14. ttc. Bourne Frailey: ; Nancy : Se-' and Jerry Stewart. ,

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rTI1SS FJLAGILER _TRIBUNE THURS. AUGUST 14. 19C9 CONGRESSMAN CHAPPELL ,Corps 'of Engineers to erect highways slippery. Almost 20
,.rr r abutments and jetties to percent of the State's acci
$50.000 FEDERAL: GRANT. ANNOUNCES SPONSORSHIP ,break up the strength of dents occurred on slippery
;' ,r*:- I FOR ADULT EDUCATION SHORELINE EROSION ,BILL, waves and ,to form natural roadways last +year, and ''unsafe -
Soclal. Security sand gravel barriers. speed accounted for many
; I Daytona Beach Junior College Congressman Bill Chappell Under present law, such assistance '"of them. Slowing'' to a safe
"N--S-W-S I I.If will receive a Federal .today announced his' cosponsorship may now be gjven ,speed Is your best defense,"
;.a ': : grant of $50,000 from :the U. S. of; a bill, which will only after property has been said Clifton.'; r, '
.1\\ Office of Education.For allow property owners whose damaged by erosion and only
';:Q. ; I am well enough to the school year 1969-70, property Is damaged Jt>y shoreline when the' President declares .

9{ home" from the nursing !the funds will toe used in ,erosin to qualify. .. for, fed. that disaster has occurred. DBJC CONCRETE ... "
\\lio.m before I have used up'the adult basic education.; eral-'assistance... The. bill to which Chappell TECHNOLOGY
100 days will my hospital DBJC received a grant of The ..till; originally Intro- has affixed his name will .enable -
'fns U;once continue to pay for the same,amount for .the 1968- .dU .byeRep.,"Henry Schade- the Corps of Engineers to PROGRAM '
''my if I want to stay In 69 school berg (R Wisc.), will 'allow the take preventative ,to
.... ... Year;
,th e ..' .......Y'.u>g home?. J. forestall damage to property.The Up to twenty four scholarships .
A. .Np... Hospital insurance measure has bipartisan will be available to
.only, pays for services that are support from Congressmen representing qualified area students enrolling -
.' ,in the new two year
medically necessary.4sRheiaw Ohio, Indiana' "
associate in science ,degree 'j i
requires particijtpd&gHospitals Michigan and California. ,concrete
and extended
:: scheduled to begin this fall
ME. .cate ttcilttles (nursing homes) WARM WEATHER .
at Beach Junior
.toliaVe 'a utilization'review '.,L; jDaytona Col I
committee made up of physicians ADVICE. ,FOR 41"r lege.
r The' grants supported by
and other professional
the Florida Concrete Products
This committee reviews
Association, will cover fees
stays at various Mmes 't.let the warm weather And text materials for
: and, in 'some cases, after consultation of late summer :boil :over into men 'looking .toward: careersin young
with your doctor an accident" 'is the advice to the 'concrete ;
may 'find that there is no fur motorists from the Florida Students

ther need for' skilled 'nursingcare. Highway Patrol as they warned scholarships applications are invited., The for

of :hot' weather !''hazards. necesasry ,forms are available
These provisions are not in- Colonel Reid Clifton, Dlrecor1 ;through ,the DBJC admissions
'"tended: to ,deprive anyone of of :the Florida Highway Patrol 'office....
'needed tare: but rather to en- A DRIVER TOWING :A ;TRAILER has a' said '"The hot ,weather. of During the first semester of

.courage the most effective use double responsibility.. Safety-check the 'late summer combined with the !program, students will
.':of hospital .and nursing home traffic tte-.upscan:. .cause.,tempers study :math, blueprint reading
facilities keeping down unnecessary )rig often. Observe. special' :frailer 1/y s. to: --flare! and drivers,might mechanical physics,:communications

'Institutional care. Keep to the right. Allow for, wider! turning 'be tempted to do something and principles 'of
e, they will/ ,regret for a lifetime.An .
Q. We are going to have to requirements and. greaer} concrete.
stopping ,
irrational act behind the '
Into nursing Later in
.mother a the
put'our program, 'they
home due to her forgetfulnessand distance >\., ,,wheel 1lgbt ;hount you for wills\ complete .specialized.
the for her. Will Medicare help to the hot weather. boll over into ,
surveying, strength of ma-
./ pay.: the nursing: ,' home: 'Bring 'em back ALIVE! an accident"Clifton tetialsR ''IndustrIal'relations,
charges? I told motorists that small' business :management

?:.. A. No.' Medicare helps to an additional 'hazard brought and .special courses in inspection
on by warm weather Is the
for" skilled nursing care and :concrete'" 'field :prob
pay sudden rain bursts' :make
that ,
.'- lems.
only when the patient. enters
.' 1. i
home from a hos
the nursing '
pital or, shortly after :the pa ; ::
.. ,tient's discharge from ,a hos, : : : ,; : : : ;

: ,' ..pital In and the the nursing'services home provided are- : < #::> ,> It's :been 17 Years' : ,j !:.?}! .

an extension of those provided r .
.1 '. ,. --. ; ,, ,\

Ii .The previously;. care needed by the by'hospital.' your :. ':"
,...Tis mother not covered, isr. ..custodial by, Medicare.care and : re-priced our servi es. fi .

65 lr .three: :. f
> : Q. 'l1.t.be, age ) .. > ;
to retire.. :". ;0" r f
and I :
months plan ;
4 .a< social security. and what ,V_.., ,*', In 1952, seventeen years ago, the general rate increase in Florida.f, We >.j t:

How soon should .1, apply..for: ,. of rales'for telephone have to. And we "'
jj,. / ,. *_-; .J" present level want you to Know ,!.;; :
should>rng| with ne?- : ; ''" sefvice was'established. During:? this why.: : It'I is' that we -priceourservices.Asanexampleitwoujd : ..,
I A: Bringith< bu your/sg-/-i,.> f '' 9..0f1" I necessary ," t ;\\ r'

dal security* number; .some' ": '1 :.: period, we:have, provided the best in I. >' r.\,' "

...of proof last of year's, your 'age',earnings and( 'proof,such:; : ...''f< %;, communication service to our Flori- .mean .to most of our>.customers an \ _:',70. .

,'as your 'F nn' ;W-2. or your .: ',1i'1 f': ;:' da customers. without an increase in increase of $1.15: per month ,for a .' .... it..r. ; .'1

.you Federal.are,.self Income-employed.Q. !tax return. If !J.;. price. :This progress !has '.been_ ,accomplished residence! individual line,and$2.75" : : :,.' !': ;1;;

":':: through, technological.Improvements for a businesstelephone. .,, ..., ;
,."I'am, age 65 and entitled ;: .' ;;t.Jff
i to ;Medicare. What will 'Medicare :;. and ,operating efficiencies : '
"' pay for if I have to 'go. to .' ,:, 1952 have oil'f;tf. : \ ::t' ; "
.t; :' : that have benefited the Since we : ( spent .one ,
hospital '
J : ';.,' a A. Medicare would pay for /,.-t, customer not only: ,in.:price but Improved lion dollars pn new telephone! : facilities i "' ,'..., :,; //! I"
.', ,,'/.a semiprivate and other room'services in a normally hos.pltal -- :: ':,I"I services.Inflation in F16r da. And *i If, !ofLhat'1: \ .,:'t-l-I't, ';': \> 'f{ ,

3: ; provided by a hospitalfor f' amount ',was spent ;during the;,last ... :' / rf'! .

up to 60 days, except would for '. has caught: .up with us too five years when costs {were rising ';, .>' r,' ,, 1": '
which the patient
$44.00 For the 61st through the most, ;sharply.} An indication{ of Florida's + ;;rj'
pay. During time 'of J increasing costs :.,
; a ,
; 9Oth day hospital insurance (,' : future "needs .,is, tHe l ""fact ,that, J ,
'would pay, for all covered wages, taxes ,and the high cost of :

services except, $11.00 a day. ,, capital, we now, like other busi- our current construction, ,programfor I, t;{ (.jl f I

'qQ. If I 'am a ,patient in a 1969.70 calls for spending$438million. ..f,:, ,. l/t./, i'
consecutive nesses, are required to re-price our '
hospital for 9CT '" L! .w." "
;"" :"'..:N '. .
days would Medicare pay anything ... ,:' services to meet the. pr. s .nf-ciay'; : ':'(."\ ,
after the, 90th day? : ,
t I Yes. Each person entitled r conditions. We are no 'longer .in a And we must raise that money now- >.t; r '
; to hospital Insurance has a position to continue the 1952 prices when the cost of obtaining 'new :!iri I. ,.
lifetime of 60 additional '
.:1 t i hospital reserve days. You can use, ?"i for telephone'services.. vestment .rrioney js; the: highest in I ,.

),I more these'than days 90 if,days you'of',ever hospital need ':,, What hasjiappenecf.to our cost is no history-the: latest befng8.Ol%.Tpisl, r, :

r care in the same, benefit per- mystery to most Floridians. who.have cost ,of .new .money ,is considerably "

I \ iod.day For used each Medicare lifetime pays reserve for ,. 'also experienced the: higher cost of higher than the return: ,we presently? 1 ;,

i all covered services except. i recent years. For example: Florl- earn on Jt, : ,, '
;t: $22.00 a day. dians are 33.0% more for '
I -
l I; I Southern Bell will, provide, quality ;
\ '
., fruits and vegetables 40.5% more ,
service the lowest possible t J cost to '.
for 28.7 for clothes
} f V housing, : % more. '
I you. We've ,waited ,as long.as possi- ,
We are sincerely grateful to
than I in 1952. Yet the highest "
.'. our friends for their cards, ..'" ble.before seeking general 1 rate'in. : '
floral offerings and many rate for residence telephone service .. I
I." acts'of kindness during our OJ today in Florida is $5.85-15 cents crease. But now, :like, other bus 1 s.. "" *; ..... '

.... recent sorrow, the loss of' our ..S, 4' nesses, ; we ,must' make' adjustments (,:/ ,
less in 1952.
than paying
'. loved one; Ted Novak. ; you were '
ft 'J. to t-d We
; m, et'.pre e needs. can Ui" ,
I Our apreclatlon cannot be "
I / adequately expressed. '" _, Southern Bell is applying 'to the no longer continue to' operate at '-. ..:\: ,, ; .
,:; Mrs. Ann Novak .' .. : Public Service Commission for a **" .,. ; .
,.;' 1'<. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ".. '" ,' 1952pnce:5.: \ ..'> ,. : J!' f,' '.,. 'r ,l, ; .",

.'_j -l Novak rj '" ,f ., ; t.. : .'.,I''W "
Mrs. Jean Novak > : Southern Bell .c"m ;
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b'{?-:vl will not be responsible for i ..... ... 4. ,,t; ,
debts other than those contracted -1T .. \
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'/ by me In writing. /,," '- '.. .. HIs ....."...!W',... ...... .',..; .... ..,,.""' .
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AUGUST 14, 1969 working conditions in nurs- RECEIVES MASTER

ing, the availability of part- DECREE AT ('
opened at 1000 Brickell Ave. iPatientkBx time,work; and other matters .
in Miami. "We which could Influence the STETSON ,;
Too Late will
bit beyond Just go a good candidates' decision to return Mrs. Mary Broadaway, Bun
finding two Sp king nel High School librarian, 'received -
I. 'I companies that want to make to active nursing'
To Classify a deal." We are going to call this her Master of Arts' in'

It will work two HOMER< It BENTLEY project, "Project RN", mean Education degree during grad
x ways: First
By Russell Kay a large corporation ing, return to'nursing. uation ceremonies Friday
acquire wishing to Administrative DirectedMany This. is an attempt to bring night at Stetson University.
Leave It to American Ingentilty could a smaller company Jill il.ffO"""-_ .. -w .1"// qualified, but inactive nurses Deland. :
: to flU the In retain DSC, contact
gap Mrs. Broadaway who has
would who have expressed an Inter-
business world when the need made with a est in returning to Work into been a member of the ,Bun-
company ,
exists: -. wishing to be
nell High School faculty for t
and the contact with the hospital. This
In recent'years much of the ny would be target compa office has requested information 17 years, received her Bach.
space OJl. the nation's finan before thoroughly; investigated from the State Board of elor of Science degree; from
cial, has been the two or- State for
pages devoted ganizationsare- Nursing: in. Jacksonville as to Georgia College
to' mergers and: acquisitions gether. brought to- the number of inactive nurses Women.

large' and small'; Corporations now residing in Flagler

seeking diversification, small. be Secondly; a firm wishing' to ..... County. -AC. LAND ASSESSMENTS '
acquired would: : ii
er companies seeking'thea'urn.brella go through ;
the In the meantime If. there IN QUESTION .
of' "growth" groups represented would process In. reverse DSC are any Inactive nurses read- The Florida Cabinet ..tpday: '
investigate <
by larger corpora. the company ing this column and are interested -
wishing,to sell and reversed a directive bYr'J,. "EdStraughn. .
tions. prepare
complete dossier in this project.please revenue: commissioner
/The problem: Many firms_ the prospective to.present. to feel free to contact the direc- ,: to county tax assessors
: buyer.To
and = ./ tor at anytime at his office in
large -are not ..... to bring assessments of

equipped to allocate execu, facilitate this myriad of .''......" .'..... :...'. .,. ..:.:. the hospital. agricultural land into' line
services .'
tlves to the task of 'forming Schilling, will maintain .. ,. .,.. :.... f As a Registered Nurse you under a court order: issued by
these business "marriages". leadingbusiness an advisory board of ... are a very important personto Circuit: Judge Hugh Taylor' of
That is until now ,J. Scott in consultants your community and thisIs Leon' County.
the fields of real estate, 'because the need for Association
your Cattlemen's
Schilling, son of 'a pioneer The Florida -
Florida family recently decided general counsel and accounting, legal I. skills' is heightened by the and the Florida
corporate struc- f continuing nursing shortage Farm Bureau Federation in
to do I i some pioneeringof ture. ,': a
his own by forming Devel being felt by hospitals presentation to the Cabinet,
opment Services CorporationIn I think you'll agree that It'sa have been, reading throughout the country. said "the directive could unconscionably -
unique concept, and it's also tax
Miami. Fund delay. rolls
recently' about the shortageof Chapel,
quite, at; jump for young with "potential dire conse
With a keen eye peeled Schilling. He formed theJ.. UN'sto man' our general Contributions this past week quences" to ,the financing 'of
toward the rapldlyaccelarating Scott Schilling- Greeting hospitals throughout the have come in for the Chapel' county governments, and
corporate 'merger1 and acquisition Card Fund in the amount of $100 '
Company in 1965 and country.. This hospital along could result in excessive assessments -
pace of Florida bas. will maintain that company in memory of the. following '
'with, others have undertakena being placed on agricultural
ed business, Development while taking' on. the added joint effort to help: alleviatethe Individuals: lands, according to
Services \ Corporation will responsibilities of, ,forming nursing shortage by"interesting In. memory'of Jasper White, FCA president Charles Dykes
specialize in the field of business his
and running Development by son. ,
Inactive. nurses ini returning T. K. McClain of the Farm
"matchmaking". Services Corporation: to their profession. A contribution from Mr. Bureau agreed. ;'

In essence, what DSC will And as if ,his diversified The hospital's first .Job, is to and Mrs. Mateusz Panas of Attorney Terry Hodges of
do is function as an internal business interests weren't find' out Haw: many; inactive Korona.Contributions'. Tampa.speaking) ;for the Flor-

acquisitions division for companies enough, this young man also nurses, ,there are In the community In memory of ida Cattlemen's. Association,
which do not have finds the time to race :formulaIII If the survey reveals, the deceased members the told' the Cabinet that the directive -

these facilities within their sports cars on the Sports, an adequate supply of Inac- BUono family of Flagler' should be reversed because

corporate structure. Car Club Circuit. In my book tive purses a': program, will be Beach. TJudge Taylor's order Is
'It's much more than a bus he is quite a fellow and allI arranged' to bring them together These .contributions totaled on appeal. ,
iness brokerage firm," Schilling can do is wish him every 'at the hospital.. Meanwhile $100 and have decreased the The Cabinet action had the

said during a visit to his success in his ambitious ef *. information will ,be debt to $395 which we hopewe effect .of. withdrawing Straughn's -
Impressive offies soon to be forts. compiled regarding currentV will be able, to reach and directive until the appeal -
retire the
process is completed. It's

-v .. primary effect will be to hold
"" ,: .off immediate change
: any
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8-.THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. AUGUST 14. 1969 ,,__ Surf Fishing caught while fishing in the
Surf fishing showed a Intracoastal canal. .
. MYRL HENRY RECEIVES BANKERS AWARD slight Improvement during George N. Everhardt of
the weekend with local fishermen Flagler 'Beach boated a six
reporting nice catches pound trout and several
of whiting, drum, sheepsheadand croakers
M"Ywr' i bass. Veteran fishermenBill Flagler Fish
rrw+ Baker Camp
: t Gordon Shields
and George Skolar had good Bobby Gay of Jacksonville
,luck while fishing at the brought in several bass, the
Rocks with the catches being largest' weighing eleven
varied. One of our local pounds and two ounces, he .
; grocers, Dewayne Metts, hook- caught while fishing In Haw
k ed a large channel bass, using Creek. He also caught a cou
k.t a 404 Zebco reel, and playedit tI pIe of catfish, one weighing ,
for several minutes before in at eight pounds. .
losing it near shore The Another couple from Jack \
-. big ones always get away.. sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Llnd-
L We might add, this writer sey, were fishing deep near.
FISHING LINE caught her first bass (a small the middle ,of Crescent Lake
3 one-3 pounds) while fishingat and boated 26 speckled perch
1 .... Flagler Beach Pier the Rocks. Saturday, and 31 speckled
Action Is ;Slow at the Flag- Inland perch on Sunday. ,
ler Beach Pier. Muddy water 1.

I, has hampered ,the fishing veteran- angler, John Rice,
-k... again this week, according to had a nice catch during the SAM BLACK DIED. /
The Banker's Award Certificate was presented to Myrl Pappy Mcsler. During the weekend, which Included, an UNEXPECTEDLYWEDNESDAY
Henry, r, at a dinner-meeting Thursday night at the Flagler weekend the water was clear eight pound bass, a four
Beach Pier Restaurant. FSWC District Chairman-. B. Johnston, and several" 'nice catches of pound trout several flounder V

left, presented the award to Henry who was selected by the dis Spanish mackerel, weighing and a drum Funeral' service for Samuel

trict supervisors for the award for his outstanding conservationwork 1 to.2. pounds plugging, were wjth taken'byanglers Silver Sing's Fish Camp Norman Black, Sr., 45, 170'Arlington

during the year. Sea Hawks: There was a lot of actionat Way, Ormond Beach,

Supervisors and their wives attending the dinner meeting .. Despite the muddy. water Sing's. Tuesday morning. who died Wednesday at his
were Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., Mr. fisherman are still''catchinga Trout In the 4 to 5 pound home, were held Friday morn-
and Mrs. J. B. Pellicer and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen. Other few drum, sheepshead and range, were being caught off Ing at the First United Methodist ,
the dock. Fishermen were using Church, Ormond Beach,
flounder the. 1% to 2%
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parsons, In with Dr. Bruce F.
an artificial lure, trout- Gannaway,
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. White, Mr. .and Mrs. Don Jordan and Mr. and pound range. A few channel .tout. officiaing. Interment was in
bass, weighing 2 to 2%
:Mrs. Tllman Robinson.' pounds, have been caught off During the weekend, a Jack'' Hillside Cemetery
... the pier Mosler said. No king sonville trio, Sam Gamce, Bob Mr. Black, a frequent' visitor
Two Delta ,Air Lines stew- ing an on-the-ground demon mackerel have been caught Bleicher and Harold Guthrie, here, was the son in law,
I. ardesses recently prepared full stration in a new Lockheed recently. brought in 37 channel bass, of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden
.meals for:ISO passengers dur- L-1011 Tristar in just 36 min. weighing 6 to 7 pounds, they of Bunnell.He .
was .a native r\f HighPoint
--- -- -- --
N.C.., and moved to
Ormond Beach in 1950. He established

Y t n..:,is a +as; -'. Y \ azth; E\: + '3}1:'.cN'} ?3,: +titi. Black's Pharmacy
} ?} in Elllnor Village In 1950. He
b'L k n. b ''\,-'i ',' ->,'.',:'. was very active in civic- af

I'fairs, having served as city
commissioner of Ormond \ I
Beach from 1959-1961 and Was
presently serving on the Or-

mond Beach Planning Board. '.
He was a charter member "
I and trustee of the First United
Methodist Church, one of the
: founders of, and treasurer of
theOrmond Beach Memorial
Hospital, charter member and
past president of/the Ormond

Beach, Rotary Club, member
and past president of Volusla .
I County Pharmaceutical Asso _..'
ciation. He was also a member
of Ormond Beach LodgeNo.

326 F&AM, Ormond Beach .
Shrine 'Club, Bahal Temple,
Orlando, Daytona Beach Quar
-rti terback Club, and Oceanside .
Country Club.'I''I

He Is survived .by his wife,
Eleanor H.J: two Sons, Samuel
_ .. .= '" :k-i'i;f':4;:,
} ;ik;}; i Norman Jr., Edward Lee; two

s a. Ms. K.a3a's,t : ?t: +:. daughters, Eleanor Jane, and
f : F: Ethel Ann, all of Ormond

P Beach; and one aunt, Mrs. J. I
., .t >$ t # : E. Coyjngton, Ashboro, N. C. '
Y.f :.'i,$ :a': F .-;: iF ;; rYS; 5: : i ;



,, .. 1..L. ... ," The Florida Poll a political
I poll edited by Joe .Abram of
;.. .. .- Save on economical Falcons ;;_''. Jacksonville, indicates Senator

,L t "'TSkip; Bafalis, Palm \
f. t:,. Beach' banker and businessman

., -' has a 6 percent lead
.4 over Governor' Kirk for the
Dealzapoppin I ., Republican nomination for _

Year-end prices in July! '.' Befalls Governor.' with The 47 percent poll showed, Kirk /

,.,/, Save.on sporty.Mustangs 41 percent and '12 percent<.un-
4 "'' ,
,Attorney General Earl Fair-'

',. .. cloth was a. 40 percent favorite
with the Democrats while v
p Mayor Chuck Hall, Miami,
J i"'j had.: 2T percent' and Senate

...." President Jack Mathews had
,," 26 percent; Mathews has previously -
J run for and
Save on; roomy Fairlanes governor
: Faircloth was a recent loserIn
the race for U. S. Senate. "
Senator Dick Stone, Miami,
appears' to be the./only candidate -.
r, .now being considered

for Secretary of State, a pd"sltion
i f: '. .Impossibly quiet Fords.: ', .. Tomv'Adams being vacated by Secretary I
: at the end
Impossible low prices. ', of his present term.
; _
= The Florida,
Poll ,rates U. /
',W .. .' ; I
'\ :-: : S. Senator Spessard Hollandas
.' fi'z
". I :.: Big'savings on LTD's. .by Ford : being "unbeatable" If he

: : -- ; seek's.re. -electl n next' year.
; ; ;
I .Y : .
: :;' .- : c ... ., At this point neither party.has
. f.>r' : .. .i comet forward with a likely
\ ..1:. J ", ..:,1".' -. <..' .' opponent., S

.1./ : .- .-: : In'- an analysis of the race
\'" ) :J. i ;' for State Treasurer, Abrams

-', :, :it: :' : : ..- ,' ) :, ,:: shows Senator Tom Slade,
J '- ... '.' ; . '}--3S.;t Pt' .. .. ,""ulft.JtJf: ',t.((1. Jacksonville; Republican, to
'. have.a:a six percent lead over
: ? BunnellFlorida ,
:. ; BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY, : : the Incumbent, Broward. Will
,, ; lams.
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