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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL 57 NO. 35 I THURSDAY. AUGUST 21, 1969 S3.50 A YEARCounty


,j BRQWNRECEIVES' $ I,;
MAJOR BUNNELL AGREESTO COUNTY BOARD
Planning I I

PliD. 'CLOSE, pTREET. HOLDS TAXES t

Major Thoma*:C, Brown Jr., FOR STUDENTS) DOWN :-'.
.' : son of Mr. arid\ MrS. T. C.
Session Monday 'Ji M Brown Sr.. Tropic Breeze Gar' \ The Bunnell City Commis- The Board of County Com R. ', ,
den, Just south of Bunnell sion Monday night voted, to missIoners adopted a " was recently awarded the close N. Chapel St. from Howe budget, Monday evening 1
t St. to Blvd. each after number, of budget review
Moody a ::
The Flagler Chamber of -- -- Ph. D degree ifi Astronauticsat
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Commerce will school day from 8 to 8:45 a. sessions. :
sponsor a CHAPPELL Purdue' University.As .
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county planning meeting to a youth Brown attended m. and 2:30 to 3:15 p. m. for While several county office

be held at the Bunnell Civic ASSISTANT high school inA,New. Smyrna the protection of students budgets were increased over <
Center Monday apt 8 p.,, m. Beach and Mainland in Day walking to and from school. last year, the total millage
'. \ Highlight of the planning VISITS BUNNELL tona Beach. He enlisted in the The action was taken at the remained the same as last

meeting will be a comprehen George Allen, Administra Marine Corps, in 1948. request of BHS Principal Cliff year in the general fund road
", I sive report of the community five Assistant to Congressman In 195O he 'was admitted asa :McGr1 f. and bridge fund and fine and '

survey Just completed' by Mel Bill Chappell, was a visitor .at cadet to West*Point and was The commission agreed to forfeiture fund. ,
Conner and Associates. This The Flagler ;Tribune' Monday.N graduated fromr there in 1954. request permission from the' The tentative budget re-,
planning study was. sponsor. Allen is a former Political He served with(.'the Army In State Road Dept. to paint a duces the Health Department
ed by Board of, County Com News Editor for The- Daytona fantry at_Ft.. Bennlng., Georgia crosswalk and erect school millage from .36 to .34 mills
missioners City of Flagler ,Beach News Journal. until 1957. crossing signs at Moody Blvd. for 196970. ,
Beach andii Chamber of Com Brown was 'transferred to and Chapel St. for the benefitof The budget shows an an

merce, each ,unit paying one, In 'dIscussing the charges Ordinance Corps.. While 'at pedestrians. They also ticipated Increase of racing : :
third of the 'cost.: made against ,Congressman Huntsville: he studied under agreed to declare Booe St. to funds which will provide for 4
Mel Conner and Associates Chappell by a* former secretary Dr. Von 'Braun's staff and re- Moody Blvd. a 15 mile per the budget Increases in ex .
!is a Tallahassee' ,based plan- Allen said that it la':obvious ,tceived his !''master degree in hour zone., penditures. Last year the bud ;

ning firm that has" done work that the congressman' EngineeringJir? m the,University In other action, Monday get estimated '$190,000 racing
all over the USA. They have was being framed. Hd said of :Alabama: In 1961. night the commission: monies. This year'' budget. :
just,completed under a separate that the complete story as to He was, assigned' to Nike APPROVED a building permit anticipates $235,000.'- ,
'contract, a study for. the Why,the secretary did this and Zeus Project tlnd' 'served 'on for Dr., John Canakaris fora ,. J

City, of Bunnell. who assisted her probablywouldpnot' Kwajalein "Is and In. the '$100,000 apartment complex .
Chamber' President L. E. "' be revealed unlessit Marshalls -tn r 196i-62: ; He ,between Bacher and ChapelSts. FLAGLER MOSQUITO. I

Wadsworth stated this week ,becomes a political issue. in was later;' -'.transferred: ; _to .'The permit ,will be,Issued 'RISE4 "
that this meeting would have the next election.. the, Air 'Force and served upon final approval of the BUDGET '

a I wide' interest for developers Allen commented that' It three -years 'in|the operations State, Hotel Commission. Also The Flagler Mosquito Con ; ',
i'r of Flagler County. He said a was quite a Switch' to, be .'on' branch of: ''the;Gemini-Ageria discussed: supplying 230 ft. of trol, Budget indicates an ,'increase "
F vice president' from Levitt the "receiving end" of bad office' at Los, Angeles'Caljf.nlAgena ." '30, inch; and 300 ft. of 36 Inch In millage from' 1.02 "
,- and Sornt'would be present to publicity. He said it was quite office ,at Los An- culvert for the+apartment site mills for' 1968-69 to :.9, mills ,

;\. participate in the presenta. different when he was writing geles California. ,to'alleviate drainage'problems for 196970. :
'of tions.' about ? From 1966 to 1969 he has in; the area -. ,
the stories political. ; This increases the tax take : ,
: Florida Power and Light ; '
attended University Purdue AGREED to ,install CO tt.+'of ''
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figures. to
'r- 'will at i from $15,376 |last year $29.-
have a representative and was awarded the Ph. D.
the' meeting. Florida Power Allen said that the' Con'gressman's degree in ,A Astronautics, on between 12 in. culvert Lambert on ",Bacher and Howe, St. 392 this yeaFThe 1

r and Light, has purchased Ja, office ,Is,\available, August 8th. 1. at the request of. Dr. Canaka. Flag er: Mosquito .Control
new plant site in _the north to help' the;people of Flagler Major and Mrs. Brown andttivo ris pf District) includes only; 4 t.o":"
at an approximate cost '
east area 'of Flagler County., County when called \ipoxi to, children, Tftd and,Kimberley that part; of Flagler County
foot. V
They announced !it is for 'future 'do 'so. He:'said \that if. Flaglerhas 'are visiting in Flagler $1.49 per t 1f; lying a t of:Old: Kings Tload.. : _"'

\ I : expan ionof.electric"ia* growingpainsyflths: I 'toe- ,. C o qty,;;witiyJs! :: e.nD.lIIJL.:: ..- .fittberk-,APPOINTED. Comtnissionersjpemcey'';- .' a.: ._..,...J"t ....:. .' .. .. ; r.
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'"r dlities as needed thouglrthey\ 'projected 'new developments, .next assignment will be ; ': ,
MISSINNE"PASSED
Holland
to; ,meet with City Attorney -,- CHARLES
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do'not havelimmediateaplans Congressman. ChappelL would' Staff Scientist+ Strategic Analysis '-ir!
for construction of a plant,_ toe glad to seek available assistance ,Division U. S. Air James. Tucker.to,revise, AWAYv .'

\ Marco 'Polo Park' is expected : from federal govern, Force Systems ',Command,. the city's*occupational and .,
) 'building license ordinances. : fRIDAY "
: to have a representativeat mental units. Washington, D.'C.

the meeting since fiheirproject c,- AGREED to hire Tumey Charles .John Misalnne.v. 50;. ,
I could have an important r a and Dupree.Audlfors, Daytona
144 Palm Circle Flagler :
part In the future development ". Beach, to audit, the city's ac Beach, passed away Friday t
of Flagler County. v, counts at a cost not to exceed '
night at Bunnell General
Chairmen 'of the Board of $1200.
Hospital after a brief illness.He .
County Commissioners, 'City a=. :. AGREED to-- sit as a Board '
of Flagler Beach and City of of Equalization at 7:3O: p. m. was born in South
Invited to Range, Wisconsin and movedto
Bunnell will be' Monday, August 25.
Flagler County 12 'years
the community
comment
on ANNOUNCED the League of from Wisconsin.
for ago Superior, ,
plans Flag
developrnent
Small Municipalities would He 'was a retired ''barber, a'
ler County.It meet tonight at 8 m. at
that Levitt p. veteran of WWII a member .
is anticipated mss.. .' Lake' Helen.HEARD of St. Stephens Catholic
and Sons may be able' to reveal ;
further plans that they .a report that 'the Church, Jim Booe Chapter No.
@,yzyrMx i x A water test wells drilled be 86 DAV, American Legion
have for Flagler County so e
determinewihat'their .. hind the county Jail revealed Posit 115 and the Barbers
'the county can
r needs will be and 4,} the! water contained too..much Union Local 984, Daytona
will need to salt. The commissioners Beach. '
what the county
do to keep,pace with their de agreed to test a well'at' Trl Survivors Include his wife,
I velopment. County Packing house, owned Marietta; four daughters Mrs. '
The public is invited' to at by Z. G. Holland, and other Peggy Pellicer, Bunnell Miss

tend the meeting.,, sites on ,Hwy 100 for additional Molly Missinne, Flagler j
water supply for the city. Beach, Miss Deanna Missinne.

c" x HARRY ATKINSON WISE OLD OWL???? APPROVED changing all Switzerland and Mrs. Robert

This bird wasn'it' so wise .. ,he was, captured Saturday streetlIghts on Deen Road Stevenson, Kalamazoo MIch;

;,, ... APPOINTED FLAGLER' morning by Benjie Cauley. Benjle knocked the owl out of a tree, from Incandescent to mercury three 'sons. Tommy, Superior, .

DEMO LEADER uninjured, and tied a rope around its body. The owl apparently vapor lights. Wise.; Mike Lowery AFB,
,/ ANNOUNCED the Colo., Robert, Flagler' Beach;
: city commission -
enjoying captivity is shown perched on the side of Benjie'struck. (
. .. State Chairman, 'Pat Thom meeting slated for six sisters. Mrs. Germaine -

, as, today ,,appointed prominent ti -L-,.._. _, Sept. 1 would! be postponeduntil Walberg Ocoee, Mrs. John ,
i?;' civic leader 'and businessman Tuesday, Sept. 2 due to Hassell, Roanoke, Va., Mrs. y'.
Harry Atkinson of HARRY HIPPLE pastor of ( om fUnity Memorial the Labor Day holiday. Emily Daniels, Baltimore,
:'L"' ': r Bunnell as the,official Demo- Church*wiH 'it:",.;' cratlc 'Party: representative of BEACH RESIDENT ment will beat' Hope Ceme would be made Tuesday Va. Mrs. Richard Farley,
New and Mrs. Karl
Jersey
Flagler County. tery.
DIED TUESDAYJ instead of Monday at the
Friends' call at the Sarko Superior four brothers
Chairman Thomas praisedthe may regular hours due to Labor ;
stewardship the Democratic II. (Harry) Hippie, 86, 46l funeral home from 4 to 9 p. Day. Morris, Sonny; Frank and
Party that was render N. Central Ave., Flagler Beach, m, Friday and from 8 a:.m. 'Robert, all Superior, Wise.: t
ed'by'the' late George :Moody. died Tuesday eveningat Bun. until the hour service, Saturday AGREED to hire' Roger Ed and two grandchildren. ",
wards'-to door at the
I hang a ,
Atkinson's appointment will nell General Hospital. .* I' : Funeral services were Tues :
be 'for the' unexpired term of Mr.' Hippie was ,born in Le Craig Funeral Home Bun fire, house. day morning at 10:00: alt St.
Mr. nell is In':charge. REPORTED the project to Stephens Catholic Church '
( Moody. banon, Pa. and moved to
I- I, Thomas called attention to Flagler. Beach 12 years ,ago upgrade-the city's lighting with Rev. Father W. C.: Bayer,
Atkinson's active role as, City from ,Havre de Grace, Mdf: 'He BHS STUDENT system is progressing and officiating. Graveside military
Commissioner and ',former was a ''retired mechanic from should be completed in Sep service was conducted by

Mayor of Bunnell, as well 'as, Aberdeen Proving Grounds.. REGISTRATION tember.. DAV Jim Booe Chapter at Pel

his leadership role .as chairman lie was a member of,the'Community WED.. AUG. 27 lacer Creek Cemetery. t
I of the Flagler County Memorial Church.He TIDE TABLE Active pallbearers were Dan ;f '

r Democratic, Executive.; Com Is survived by: his wife, JStudents'planningto)) ,attend Tides For August_ 21-27 Daniels, James Daniels, \
mittee.. Cora; a daughter, Mrs. Elvira Bunnell High School this' HIGH LOW George Moss, Billy Walberg. I:
Sill, Wilmington, Del.; 'a' stepson school term, who ,have' not Jerry Walberg and, Dan Re e., "" t
P.M..
r. I. N. D.-TAX ,: ,: Lewis Hartzell Holland rtstered, are asked to do so Day ,,A.M. A.M. P.M. Honorary pallbearers were ," ,

'- Mich.: a sister, Mrs. Margie Wednesday, August 27. Reg 21 lz30 2:18 7:36: 8:42-: Doug Pierce. Hubert Pellicer I 'io .'
CUT IN HALF Allbrlght, Media Pa.; and istration will be in the school 22 2:36: 3:30: 8:48: 9:48 Grover Smith, George Strick 1 t
Florida( Inland Navigation four'' grand childmen. gymnasium from 9:30 a. m. 23 '3:48: 4:36: 9:54 10:55 land, W, W. Deen, J. B. Pel- fj '
District has assessed only Funeral; 'service'will be at to 11:30: a, m., according to 24 5:00: )( 5:42 11:00: 11:54 liter Dr. John Canakarld !'I *. '

002 mills or $937, for Flagler 10:30: a. m. Saturday at CraIg' Prlnciml McGriff. 25 6:06: 6:36: 12:01 12:00: and Dr. Russell 'P. Blanton.' :i ,
to classes 26 '7:00: 7:30: 12:48 1:00 Funeral Home Bun f
County next year. This is half Funeral Home Chapel Bun Students return : Craig "
the 1968.69 assessment Hell The Rev. R. W. Dlckert Tuesday, September 2. 27 7:54',8:24: : 1:36 1:48 nell was In charge. ,> '
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THURS.. AUGUST'21... 1969
mitt' lJflugl.rr WribunPINCORPORATED 2-THE:: PUICLER TRIBUNE
Knter i aAI second cla. matter
February 6. 1913. at the po tofflq -
DUNNELL. FLORIDAJOHN at Bunn ll. Florida under
.Actf: March S.Oaa 1478Q: ..."' < U. S. D. A. Choice,
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A. CLEQO -,---
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8., McD..t.NIBL Yaajr ,,- Cube Steak'
.Nea. Editor' .. ''k st lord.Outolde ,.... .
De.lgrated ..__paper for aU
Legal Advert/alas ....Placler Per Year CUBjr I
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EDITORIALDEAR lb.98

LEGISLATURE:
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We disagree with the plans of Governor Claude Kirk and i

our own Representative Bill Reedy to request a special.. "road U. S. D..A. ChoiceTQPNE'

session""We acknowledge of the Florida that Legislature.' Florida Is growing fast and that Ib.Ib. $$11.8or

STEAK
'*:we are having a wonderful influx of visitors and new resIdentsWho '
",use up" our roads faster than we are building them. We SIRLOIN .
acknowledge that the cities of Florida have traffic problems

Chat probably will continue to grow as the cities grow.However U. S. D. A. CHOICE "FULL CUT"

we oppose a special session for several reasons.
First the state legislature meets every year now instead of *
every two years as Ira past Florida history. They Just closed a ROUND STEAK 98
session three months ago and will reconvene, in the spring of .
_ :170 In regular session. '

The road problems, have not blossomed out during the past- U. s: D. A. ChaceCHOCK '
few months. They were well, known 1 during the'past session and
they .will not be much greater by next spring.

,/ .;Representative Reedy suggests that the new road program ROAST' 1b 5'8

be partly financed by taking a portion' the license tag money ,
now going into the general fund and using it for roads. This "
sounds logical to use license tag monies for roads,'except that
the general fund is already short of revenue and' will be, "in thered" O'Lean Zuber's "PURE PORK.

before a new appropriation is made. WHIm ,
BACON S1OEDSAUSACE
,- !J' people of Florida have already voted down bond financing 'j
of a new state road program. So there would be no point, Ib.. [ Ib.

In the road legislature program.coming up, ,with another build now and 'paylater" S3e 6ge


The big counties? have already taken. much of the gas tax "
monies from the small counties for their roads. Of course'dollar Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & P ((2-21/fc lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

wise this does hot 'add up to many pew roads, but it does detract
:: from, our desire to support their new road program. *

We believe there are two other matters of greater need for : WHOLE lb.1 29
consideration than- roads, if a special session were to be called. -
And these are education and taxation.The .
_..
minimum foundation program of 1947 has served well
for :the'past 20 years but, now needs to be discarded and an entirely '
new program developed. Between the state laws and state Choice
department of education regulations, the county school systemsare J Juicy ALL MEAT STEW Ib. 68,*
: burdened '"with:such a'complicated'system that 'jit Is -extremely |

,, difficult' for school boards to operate a good ,school program.As .

example the legislature requires driver education, 1 but, Ga., Red (Limit 3 Please) No. 303 /CanTOMATOES ,,
does not finance it. The department of education requires a I
graduate dletltlon'to head the county school program: ,, but, no Ea. lOc MAXWELL HOUSE; j
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finance is '
provided.
r rAND
:Many school boards have reached 'their maximum mlllage Our ,Value Limit i 5 Please) No. 300 Can, ,COFFEE 1

as has Flagler and cannot levy more'money to pay'for'schools. PORK E. ,lb V "

The state expects, to operate in the red under Its present appro.priatiops. BEANS' 100 2: 3ge'Ou
Property: taxes are: already too 'bf 1i. "' ; TinLimit
Value (Limit 3 Please) ,No. 303 ''Can -
Ye believe we need school session and/or' tax study '
we a
;Ca ::1 with $5.00 or more food order
session before a special road session is called. I ? CORN E1O0 .


John A. Clegg Omaha 3 lb. Cello BagGRAIN u
'
LONG Ea. DELITE
HOPE FORFUTURE need only five pounds and RICE ,29 C
two ounces. Herb would get
OLYMPICSWIMMERS: thirteen pounds and ten oun. Va Gal. OLEO
ces etc., etc. This'program CLOROX 190 '
would need to be concerted
By 'E. with a studied program of the (Limit 1 with food'order) 1 ., Pound .
( Lester Stanton) :
At a recent conference: I judicious administration' of (in Solids) ...Oe

had called to onslder''an th- cocktails of records. and the same kind EVERCANE Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
,kept. ,
er question there was quitea
Care would have betake '
group of friends, and family to SUGAR:
to that the combination
en see -
lawyers. The questionwas
of cocktails
and
plows
that Ted"Do could you really suffer a believe brain were, not enough to render lb.
them NonCompos but 5 29-
concussion and then Walkover Mentis Bag ICORMILK
a''mile and swim fully just sufficiently so they will
not be able to be distractedby
clothed more than a hundred thoughts ot common tasks Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
yards, but still be unable to - HALF
which, ordinarily'would be
make a telephone call?" I .
duck, to them tasks
added: "Everyone who be. soup ,. > GALLON 39
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lieves this stand on your which might from divert their concentration -- FRESH PRODUCE (Ass't Flavors)
,
swimming
head. To _my great surprise sii Cb-as-for instance
making
there were people all over
Golden RipeBANANAS
a telephone call.I ;
that conference room standing '
see ,promise for sucha lb.
great
on their heads. I counted. "NEW
;As for 1O0 IMPROVED"SNOWDRIFT
It was about 'three fourths of K/stem. making sucha
them.. When they were back machine which would be
into very complicated it ,would be U. S. No. 1POTATOES
equilibrium I confessed:
"I have wondered about this very simple for a'wtlon of
question a longtime but you men who could master all the : 10'lIag 590 ,
have convinced' me. Now 'I problems of circumnavigation -
have another idea. and I' ex of the moon. This Idea of apredeter.rnJned Crisp HEADLETTUCE 31b.; 3ge
v: plained. .whomp on. the For
,
noggin Just might make ourathletes 2 Limit 1 with
Let us call up the American 490 $5.00 or more food order
Invincible. And who
,
Olympic Committee and persuade "'
I them" get some'of our knows jwhat! other great. endeavors -- ,... ,
i' scientists to build a machine might be ignited by
the spark of this idea?
which measured
can give a
and. calculated crack on the
"", cranium so we can administer TO RECEIVE MASTER
4 { 'the same"to" each' one of DEGREE IN FEBRUARY

;,. the members of our swim BHS Bandmaster 'Thomas
.f"" ,team just before their, event. Odadzln completed'" work ROOD RODGERSII1"1]
It would of course, require x this summer ,required. for his : ;
; extensive experimentation to Master in Secondary Admin
l. ,', J determine 'the ''poundage of istration degree' the University
f' -" the thump .needed by each of Akron.-Ohio.: Ir IIIH"1
, 'f"c" : swimmer to' produce theJ' Odadzin will receive the de-: '"mm "
;greatest deg'ree'.of' efficiency. gree during exercises the OPEN SUNDAYS PIIHH"
1"'J" Records must be kept for each University in February 1970. 8:00: a.m.=1OO: p.m. Phone 437-3227,
one. Joe might need a nine He is also Music Supervisor -
" teen pound crack. Ruth could for the county's schools. Quantity Right.Reserved Prices Good Au : U.S. No. ''1 BUNNELLg
,21, 22,23 *'
24 and 25, 1969.

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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUHS.. AUGUST 21. 1969 dlcate there will be an even
.
greater Increase In attendance.
1969 FEED GRAIN for the expected 9 county par this fall. r
ticipants In the CHURCH
program.
Campers' migrated
to
State
PROGRAM: PAYMENTSTO Farmers taking part In the oNEWS'
Park playgrounds at a rate of II-
-- program are also eligible for
BE MADE : loans on their entire 1969 almost six: per cent more than {
,, .,. production last yearv A .'total! ; 'of 199,145entusia I I _
of .
Farm producers who are and barley corn,: ,National grain, aorghiurns >9t* slept under the ._
average
taking, partxirfVthe 1969 Feed .' stars this July. ; -- -
.
ceiving Grain, :Program\ will starts* !' e ,I bushel loan for rates corn,,are 90.16$1.05.:..cents per Flagler'county's )No. 1 state SUNDAY.., AUGUST 24 FLAGLER COUNTY

: payments soon after per bushel ($1.61'pet. hun. park,In;),attendance was Flag. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
August 1 according to County ler Beach ,Stat Park with'totart CHURCH DIRECTORY
}dredweight for grain sorghum : a
Office;Manager B. F. Whiteof '
,
and 83 cents per bushel oC 8,139 visitors from CHURCH, ,SERVICES
the Agricultural Stabilization for barley. July',1-334; This f is, a decrease "And the Lord said unto

-ice. and Conservation Serve Price support paymentrates from 196$ when} 10,179 visited Moses, Thus thou shalt CATHOLIC'CHURCHES
say
Payments'will
cover any the parkOvernight; The Rev. Father Anthony
are the same throughout visitorsat unto the children of Israel,
unpaid part of the estimated
Leon.. PastorSt.
diversion the Nation: 30 cents per the park were 2,402 compared Ye have seen that I have
payment and the bushel for to last year's total of
corn,/29.6S cents talked with from heaven -
you
additional
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price support to Marys Church Korona
,
per bushel for grain sorghum, 2,382. ".
,: growers who signed, up and and 20 ,' ; : Sunday Mass..._._... 7:30 a. m.
met,the provisions of the pro cents for barley Per Other parks attendance In .This verse from Exodus is Weekday Masses: Monday,
acre price support paymentscan Flagler 'for July 1 to Christian
gram. July 31, part: of the Science and 8:30a.
,
.. Wednesday Friday :
White said that producers be calculated<\, by multi 1969,with last years,figures In Lesson Sermoli titled "Mind", m.Blessed.

tt on farms participating In the plying the payment rate by parenthesis were Bulow Plantation to be read in' the denomina

feed grain program will not the yield established' for' the Park, 4,415, ((5,750)); and tion's churches this week. All Sacrament Chapel]

receive payment until compliance farm. Washington' Oaks Gardens, are'welcome to attend. Flagler Beach .

has been determined. 2,940 (2,337). A correlative passage from Sunday Mass ......._...9:00 a. m.
At the time of program FLORIDA STATE PARK The, state's most, popular Science and Health with Keyto Weekday Masses: Tuesday,

: signup last spring, growers A"n'EN'DANCE'SHOWS campgrqund was Fort Pickens I the Scriptures by Mary Thursday and Saturday at

,had.the opportunity to request on Pensacola Beach which'accommodated Baker Eddy states: "The human 9:00: a. m.Catchism.
'
.' that half the estimated diversion INCREASE FOR 1969 25,889 campers capacities, are, enlarged, Classes.. 3:00 p. m.

payment be made in ad Florida State Parks startedoff during the month.' and perfected in proportion as Tuesday.St. .

vance. Total payments are the 1969.70 fiscal year humanity: gains the true con-

estimated at about $8,100.00 with a record-breaking 10 per ception of man and ,God." Stephens, Bunnell

cent increase in attendanceover ,doityourselfTHRIFT 11I Sunday Mass.10:30: a. m.Catechism' .
Classes: 3 p: m.'
last year.

3 Gallons Choice Latex of TO' 04.$5.75Free ... State Parks Director Bill I il|f TREES AREEVERYBODY'S' Tuesday.
l Miller said that a striking 1.1 Confessions before all masses.

OMANS..lorPAINT million visitors came to 'the. Weekday Devotion: Novena

FACTORY I parks this July, the first COIN: CAR WASH y BUSHESS! fl' toOur, Lady' Wednesday and
Saturday after Mass.
182 NOVA ROAD month of, the fiscal year, vps tEst.es'

Ormond neaeh A-S.3O which exends' ,through June ....-- %
Phono
0'M-N420 30. Miller said that'figures insi 25 9a.aw Community MemorialChurch .

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Famous pressure spray .sy!loA Reverend R. W. Dicker., Pastor

TIRES TELL A STORY gives ,your car a "long-last O.: F. ALFORD Sunday School ___.._._.._...9:45

ing lustre" .,,, leaves it like Rcaf! Estate Broker Worship Service...._.._._...11:00
new again. New cars,,washed Ladles Guild:' .Last Thursdayof

THERE IS NO CHARGE TO DIAGNOSE' YOUR veaularly whir Thrift 'sclen- Registered: each month at' 2 p. m. -
title formula, do ,not need to
TIRE WEAR WITH OUR SPECIALIZED ALIGN- ,
Bunnell Florida
be waxed or.polished. /
: MENT ., Ir .ever. First Baptist Church
,EQUIPMENT, Come .on out 'and try it.THRIFT.
: r Rev. Charles Anders.., Pastor
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! '
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'J Slcippy's r Sunoco. Service' Clinic' REQUEST FOR IUDS Sunday Moody School..9:45 Boulevard- :Bunnell a" m.

: Is hereby given that
j the Boar of County Commissioners Worship Service.:-.11:00.8. m.

of Flagler County. Florida Evening Worship..._7:30 p. m.

: On, AlA 1 Block: North'.of Ormond Beach Pier' CAR WASH' to ,the will J 2nd receive+ day sealed of September.bids up Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.

: Tel. 677-5831 A. D. 1969. at the hour of 9:00 Wednesday
clock A. M. In the office of the
oS US 1 Clerk of the Circuit"Court In the -
Flagler County Courthouse for First United Methodist
BUNNELL, FLORIDAP. the following:
S. D n't' forget to do your L. P Gas for the courthouse Lambert Avenue, Bunnell

laundry.... .. at. Amy's. Laundry.LEtf.L County o deuuJr and oth other fla Rev. Earle A. Wilder.., Pastor
Flagler County InsuranceAgeiicy cal year October 1. 1969 Sunday School..9:45 a. m.
through September 30. 1970.
Worship Service.._.
11:00
The Board the a. m.
:: ,. .. 'f I reserves right
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-7- "i .to reject any and all bids. Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45
I' vEn'rlslfinrENT Dated at Btmnell. Florida this
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Inc 19th day of August, A. D. 1969 'p. Wednesday .
REQUEST KOI*'Ellis (Seal) Children Choir Rehearsal:
BOARD OF* COUNTY COM- 2nd and 4th'
Notice Is' hereby'' MISSIONERS OF FLAG- Thursday at 3
given that
'All, Forms of Insurance the Board of County Commissioners LKH COUNTY FLORIDA.BY 3 p. m.
of,Flag-ler County* FlorIda : OTIS S. HUNTER MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
437.371'1leutnel1 will receive sealed, bids up Chairman
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305 East Moody Blvd -:- Phono to the 2nd day of) September. ATTEST GEORGE M. ;MOODY 6:30 p. m.
A. D 1969 at.the hour 'of 9:00 Clerk WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
l), Florida 32O1OLIF A: M. In the office of the Clerkof Aug. 21 and 28. 1969. 3tc._ -
the Circuit Court in thS'Fianr- 9a.m.
-FIRES=AUTO-CASUAl/TlT BONDS'' ler following County I Courthouse for the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat

APPROXIMATELY: :. REQUEST FOR KID! 8 p. m.
16.000,gallons gasoline, regular' Notice Is hereby given that Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes-
the Board Commissioners
1n bulk. of County -
lft.000 rI'O Diesel' Fuel No. of Flagler County. FlorIda day at 7:15 p. m.
2., In bulk will receive sealed bids until -
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650 crallona Diesel Motor' 011 9:00: A. M.. Tuesday September ;
(MSDO-DM In &S 5 gallon'cans. 2nd. 1969. In the office of the Flagler Beach United
IUfijc. I ON TIME 250 trallona Motor Oil BAB 30 Clerk ,of the Circuit Court In Methodist ChurchDR.
(MSDG) In quart tin.v the Flagler County Courth use.
50 50 gallons Motor,Oil SAB 10. Bunnell. Florida, for the follow-. DALLAS BROWNING.
: 10"CERTIFICATES\ Ing: "
Non-Detergent In' I 5>> gallon
:
Aoproxlmately 100 gallons ,,, PASTOR
; 6oaailoh K'Pale 45.Hydraulic don 2. 4-D Herbicide Formula Daytona" A..... Flagler Beach

VOL..UII MINIMUM S3.o00-e0,DATSRENEWABLE 250 Oil gallons In 0 gallon Supercharged can a...v.,_ No. Approxlmtely. and 4.1g.r? 'gallons.:. 2.4D Church$chool._.___._goo a. m.

NATIONAL- AUTOMATICALLY lon* Diesel cans Motor 011 In 5 gal .Herbicide and 2, Formulation.Combination Morning Worshlp..J.OOO a. m.

450 poundsCiiasAis Lube. mul Specifications for" 2.' 4-D Herbfclde -
'BANK ,ti-purpose;: 25-35 lb.' palls ,. Formulation Z. 4-D
,. : Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Cronodd 1.COO ,pounds Gear Lube, tnul- Amine' salts or low' volatile PENTECOSTAL ,
' tl-purpose. In drums of about ester containing fqUr (4) HOLINESS CHURCH
Ormond E* ?ch* Florida, 100 Ibs. or equivalent of all gallon.pounds acid equivalent'per BunnelL ''Off Fran. St.

.. Above the aboveepecifloations.quantities) ere estimated : Specifications: for 2. '4-D1. and Reverend T. D. Peacock... Pastor
2. 4. 5-T Combination Herbicide
lfllllllilHlIIIll! III II III III I III III 1111I III II III II M IIIIHI III II lIilll III IIl l I III lIIi II II lI ffi illll Iffi lllljllll I one to represent(1) year and requirementsfor ',cover the Formulation Combi- Sunday School..10:00: a. m.
A flacal year from October .1 ..1969through nation 2. 4-D low volltlle Worship Service..._11OO: a. m.
ester and 2. 4.. 5-T' low .volatile
; September 3d. 1970.; Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30: p. m.
ester containing two
.; Bide vtnuat .be submitted"" on
" prescribed bid (2) pounds. 2. 4-D and two Worship Serv..sun. 7:30 p. m. r
firms m,.v be obtained at tithe (2) pounds 2. 4. I 5-T>> acid
:0'0M Clerk's office eon request.' equivalent per gallon.
81'8808 Above to be purchased as St. Thomas
J S Prices F. O IL Bunnell and EpiscopalThe
deliveries to 'be made as need needed during fiscal. year fromOctober
: ed.: 1.' ,19$9.to. September Rev.Thomas ,Mobly V

s FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL plainly;Envelopes marked must' "Bids*>e' sealed Gas'and JO The Board reserves* 'the i right ,.Priiat.In Charge '
oline. etc" on as the Interests of the County 3 miles east: of Bunnell on
SPONSORED BY-: The Board ,reserve". the rightto may require to reject any; or all Highway 100
bids
aand' to walre informaimevttri -
any
and'all bids. Y
Disabled.l American Veterans ,Dated'reject at any Bunnell. Florida, this ; bids received.I > Morning} Worsh"ip._.iQr o a. m.

14th day! of August. A. D. 1969.. this Dated"at 19th day of Bunrielf.August.: Florida 1969. ; Church School.1000 a. m.

L TONIGHT (Thursday) (Seal ABOARD OF COUNTY'COM- (Seal) Holy Communion first Sundayof

J M 'slONERs COUN-TTT OF FLORIDA FLAOT.EU JrlIBfUONdlta.OF BOARD OF COUNTY. PLAO-COM- each', month'

:.J FREEREFRESHMENTS- ', Bv: OTIS 8. HUNTER. l HR 'COUNTY1 HUNTER.': FTjOHlDA' -
Chairman Bv: OTIS S. .
.' Jim Booe Chapter No.:: 86 A'1"1'1tS'r: ChairmanATTEST.. First Baptist ChurchN.
GEORGE M.
) MOODY
,1 t GEORGE M. 'MOODY Clerk
) t Central Ave.
l Clerk. :Flagler Beach
J( : ". \ \fit Pt.'9v r ... / .. ,.H9,..MINORS, .- ALLOWED :.,. Aug. 21 and 28., 169. 2tc. Aug." 21 and' _:,28.. 1969., 2tc., Rev. Max Hall Pastor
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r -- : Worship Servlce...JLlOO a. m.
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FISHING TACKLE, BAR B QUE ATTEND THE:

, A. H.. CRAlG. Funeral Director' CHURCH OF YOUR 4
GRILtS AND FLOATS
r", JOHN CAPO... Manager R CHOICE ON SUNDAY

AIR 'I LADS i o cYGEN, : : ATLANTIC HARDWARE, & t

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PARTY FETES BRIDE ELECT 4-THE .FLACLER TRIBUNE

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MELISSA BEA .ATKINSON
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"Mr. and Mrs. Moses ,Atkinson .
of Hampton Ga. are parents '.
of a daughter born Frl-
at birth and has been named:t tI.
day August 15 at 3:53 a. m,
t1 YLLL She weighed nine pound:I.t I.S _
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a birth and has been named: !ER
Melissa Bea. Atkinson.
She is the granddaughter ol f

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cockrell., ,..
Bunnell. Mrs. Elise Westcott,
MISS HELEN KOZLOWSKI. center. September bride elect Bunnell! |his the paterna i
i, was complimented at a bridal shower last week given by' Miss grandmother. j

Faith Wilson, right. Mrs. Johnny Pelllcer left assisted the hos
I. tess with the serving. :Miss Kozlowski and Dickey Ray Morgan RACHAEL RENEE BRITT

ti will be married September 19 at 6 p. m. In St.., Stephens Catholic Mr. and Mrs. J. Darrell:l

Church Bunnell. Britt Bunnell announce the
birth of a daughter Rachael( Mx

VISITS PARENTS MRS. CAMERON Renee Britt, born Saturday,,
John Craig left last Sundayto HONORED ON August 16 at 7:25 p. m. at t
return to Magnolia Arkansas 1 Bunnell. General Hospital.
after visiting several daysIn BIRTHDAYMrs. She weighed eight pounds,,
Bunnell with his parents eight ounces,at birth. -
S. H. Cameron celebrated \
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig.
her birthday last Wednesday MICHIGAN VISITORS ,

BEACH VISITORS morning at a party Mr. and Mrs.. Alex Tyczynski -
given by Mrs. ;J. O. Craig at
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bowen of Detroit, Mich are visiting _
her home. Lemon St., Bunnell.
two weeks
and children Wayne James at Flagler
and Leslie of Sharon Mass. Joining the honoree and' Beach with her mother Mrs.
left Monday via plane to return hostess for the gala occasion Marie Janlcki.
home after visiting ''at were Mrs. W. W. Deen Mrs. :
Flagler Beach with Mr. Bow- Gladys Sturman Mrs. Jeanette Dr. and Mrs. Ben Lacy spent
en's mother Mrs. Bradford Bertha Mrs. Katharine the weekend at Pensacola :
Bowen. Bankston Mrs. Mattie Pelllcer visiting her mother. Mrs.
Also visiting at the Bowen Mrs. Henry Wells Mrs.. F. ;J. Lillian Vucovich and family.
home is Miss Gall Bowen who Tingley and Mrs. ;Jeff ,Seale.

.f arrived Sunday from Los Angeles VISITS IN TEXAS
Calif. Dr. and Mrs. Warren, Ting- Mrs. W. O. Estes returnedto
ley and children Sheryl and her home at Painters Hill
: Recent houseguests of :Mrs. Alan Arlington Texas are after two months visit In Texas
,, a Edna Carroll and Carl Carroll visiting In Bunnell with his with her daughters and
were Mr. and Mrs. ;J. B. Gamble parents Mr and Mrs. F. W. their families
MISS SUSAN LOTTA WADSWORTH
and children of Live Oak. mngley. She visited at McAllen Tex.

as With 'Mr. and 'Mrs. John Circuit Judge and Mrs. William L. ''Wadsworth of Bunnell,

Peterson and sons, and at announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their
Dallas Texas with Mr. and daughter. Miss Susan Lotta Wadsworth to James.Lewis Roberts

: .5inal! Su'mme; Mrs.. .' C. "M. Hunt. and daughter. son of Mr. and Mrs. ;James M.,Roberts of Mandarin, Florid,

ea.ra.nce e The wedding is ..to be September 27 at 2 p. m. at the'Bunnell

: ;j'I Martin Stefllk has returned First Baptist Church. ,

/ "'....,. ,, I home from ;Jacksonville where :Miss Wadsworth is a native of Daytona Beach and movedto
,' .. Jr he visited several days with Flagler County In 1950. She Is a 1962 graduate ,of Bunnell

1 L'. '"f' !... .... .,.. ,... ...... Howie Alford, High School and attended' Florida State University where she

;,,' '.,: ."'. .",..q. '' .: ." received a Bachelor of Arts degree.',She received .. ,' VISITS
:'-- .<:;""J BROTHER degree from Florida State University College of Law where, she
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Mrs. ;
.1; Joyce Townsend and '
was a member of Phi Delta legal fraternity.The .
: daughter Brenda have ,returned
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t.I' >" ,' : bride elect is research clerk In office of
fci .-. home after vls1ting in Bossier the Judge
lJ .... ". .
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I.,.. .' "'# ",'_.1, 1 .$ "..' :M' "J.- ', ... .' City 1 La. yffith:;.Mrs. Town.send's Woodle Liles Second 'District'.-Court of Appeals, Lakeland.Her .
... ,. t" ,.f'
I : brother.jJAM/2: and Mrs -: Mandarin!
141.\\ 1" 'ii' '. '.'" fiance, a native of attended school in Jack-
.
UP TO '
Louis
Kelly and sons.
;. 1 '' ,sonville and was graduated from Florida State University wherehe
The Kelly children, Chuck
,: A' t ; and George, returned home was a member of Phi Kappa Psi!fraternity. He Is presently
:.:;1r; ; ; / *
Mllllgan and Burke'
employed by Accountants"Lakeland.HOUSEGUESTS .
". with the. Townsends and will
remain for three weeks visit
'f' : ;
(( ;:,, with their grandparents,, Mr. GARDEN: TIPS,
<<4- I ,.,. ,,' and Mrs. G. B.. Kelly.
11: .
'. >i ;,' : Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvlng- FROM FNGAThe

.;-..-..;.. tt.'J' ,-" IN HOSPITALMrs. ton and sons Kevin and Barry
1 .': -v; Victor Buckles has re- left Tuesday to return to summer months x are
;.... ... '- turned, home from Ormond their home at Miami after wearing on, according to the
:
." .: J 'II ,.. I' Beach Hospital where she several days visit In Bunnell Florida Nurserymen and
...J.." : .:., _, .. underwent foot surgery Fri with his uncle and aunt Mr. Growers Association FNGA),
"' "iIJ..1tf" ""." '. / rs> and Mrs. and need to
you
I, day. M."B. Fuller.A examine
0', +{.I o.. Sunday visitor at the some of the plants very close
.. .'.}.o CHILDREN VISIT Fuller home was Mrs. H. C. ly. It is! a good time to put ina
:': ii'I -" Recent guests of Jim Boyles Miller of Daytona Beach. few more camellia cuttings

: :.4r. : :: .._were his: son: and family Mr. if you live In a camellia area.
: .& .,-;.,- I and Mrs. James Misses Elaine Don't forget that azaleas
.. .. Boyles ;Jr. Murray: and can
;t." if off and -.daughters of Mayport Jane Green spent the week- be rooted rather easily too.
;I'I'I"::: } -. Naval Air Station, and his and In Atlanta Ga. visiting Use only the tip growth :for
.. { .. : daughter and' her family Mr. Elaln's sister, Miss Brenda best rootlngs. Contact your I
.. \ and Mrs. Dave Black and Murray. local County Agent's Office

/!r ; :' r7 It.1 children 'of Cleveland, Ohio. for the publication pn how to
propagate plants. This will
.': .'. VISITS COUSIN give
Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. you instructions for rooting
\ ; ;Jack Black have returned Miss'' Patrllla 'Newsome left both azaleas and',camellias /
), .Y home from Jacksonville N. C. Sunday to return to her homeat as well as other plants.
where they visited several Gainesville SItter spending'a
Now is time
week In the to add ad.
with relatives. Bunnell
I I" ;; days visiting
her ditional fertilizer such'as a
cousin Miss Cheryl Mc-
ALL: SUMMER MERCHANDISE ATTEND WEDDING IN MISS. Griff. 66.6 or an 8-8-8 to; your camellias !

.. Those from Bunnell attend- and azaleas. Buds
ing the wedding of Miss Donna have formed on both of these
,
;Jean McClendon and El- MISS BROOKS TO plants for next year's blossom
PRICED TO SELL. MUST
MAKE
Y bert: Tucker in Newton :Miss. TEACH IN N. C.. *. You might want to pick'
f his up an'extra azelea or camellia -
Saturday were parents Miss* Gwen Brooks left Mon from
local FNGA
Mr and Alfred your
I ROOM. FOR FALL APPAREL. and .daughter.Mrs. DottIe Tucker; his where day for she Swannanoa will teach at Swan.N. C. where member to fill in that spot
one 'or more have died.
grandmother, Mrs. A. F. Tucker nanoa Elementary" School. ,
l ,'1 ; his brother. Airman Rob- Miss Brooks Js a graduate Bahlagrass is subject to
bie Tucker Bebe Moody ;John of Blue Mountain rhinoceros bettle attack. These
;Johnston and Albert John Miss.. College' large brown beetles with

SALE BEGINS 4UO.2-1 horns are laying eggs In the

\ *j" : .ston.Mr.., and* Mrs. Stanley VISITS SON 'soil.grubs The which eggs.feed hatch on into. the small root

: Thompson and children of Rev. and'Mrs. Webb Brooks system of your These
., Orlando visited in Bunnell grass.
/ ? recently returned from grubs
Warn. can be easily controlled
t yl: ;r' Sorry No Layaways, :' during'- the weekend with Mr. er Robbins AFB Ga. where by spraying 'your lawn with
.. and Mrs. Richard Cantrell. they' visited their
. f ' George Brooks. can only be,killed by stepping
Mr. and Mrs. C H. Muzyka
They were Joined by Miss on them ,or squashing them
and children were weekend Gwen Brooks who was en- mechanically.Mites .
houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. route from Blue Mountain
Jack Clegg at Flagler Beach. Miss. are rather common

a The Muzykas, who have Y 1MU even though we have frequent
been residing. .In' Orlando .<\,r.Susie Tetrer rain showers. ''A few of the
,were enroute ,to Brunswick Mountain N. C. has retSSS plants that

.... .:. Ga., where they. will, make home after visiting in Bun- they attack'are
their home. nell with the Webb Brooks.! and azaleas,, camllllas, crotons. ". ,

/ pyracantha.PRE.NUPTIAL .- .,,,, _.'. ..?,

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-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE
THURS. AUGUST 21.,. 1969, ASC COMMITTEE; are elected for a 3.year, staggered FOR SALE-Boys Spider bicycle

." NOMINATIONS term. To be elected this $25 and Bundy clarinet,
..;: : t year is regular member. excellent condition, $35. Call

; .f "., / ASC county committeemen Two alternate committee. 4373432. Aug. 21, 1tp.
"f. ;"
': :*. ;.::"f'j,." : FOR should always be the "best men will also be elected for -
:*, ; : COMPLETE people available", accordingto 1-year terms. UNCLAIMED FREIGHTSix

,d .:. .,. :.. .r.: B. E. White, County/ Office new 1969 zigzag sewing
machines to be sold for $29
Manager, Agricultural Stabil-
Back-to-Scliool! ization and Conservation CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING each. May .be paid for at $5
Service. Slates of nomineesto monthly. These nationally

fill the vacancy on the ASC advertised machines carry a
rf full factory guarantee. May
county committee are being
; established at the ASCS be Inspected In warehouse at
I NEEDS-SEE US! < coun- I" iii
529 Volusia
Ave.
v > ty office. The committee elections Daytona'Beach
'c': .'" :' will be held the third Mon.-Fri. 9 a m-6-p m,

!. ', ," week in September.The TROPIC' GARDENLet (Slat. 9 a m-lp m. Aug. 21, Itc

4c\: ; I county office manager us help beautify Flagler FOR SALE or RENT-4 room

'f' t CHECK ', ;fr: pointed out that a list of eligible County. Large'vatlety of evergreens house with 2 bedrooms, 30ON" '

... i ,", LIST ,:r.J'\..,, voters In the county Is palms, hedge plants. Daytona Ave., Flagler
.11I/t/ available In the ASCS 5% miles S of Bunnell on
county Beach. Call 4392331. lite.: ,
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'i, !.:' -f.; Boys Girls- ,," office. He explained thats.any (U. S. 1. Feb. 15 -tfc

4 ..x. ,..< r, ". '.,.;,x local resident who Is eligible WANTED-Mature woman for
.. It.
'" SEPTIC TANK: cleaning drain occasional baby sitting. Own
SCHOOL to take pant In an ASCS farm ;
.,."" ..- PAPER & SCHOOL PAPER &':'' program may vote in the fields Installed: Rota-Roter transportation preferred. Ph.

SUPPLIES SUPPLIES '"''" county committee elections, snail shell. Reasonable prices. 4392371. IIti! ltc.:

-, and he may hold office as a Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished
SHOES 8-1-tf I
SHOES committeeman regardless of
1 bedroom apartments at
SOX SOX race, color, sex, 'creed, or national FOR SALE-Unfurnished 3 Flagler Beach. Call 437-2528*
origin. Further Information _
bedroom frame house with Aug. 21, Itc.
UNDERWEAR PANTIES and SLIPS regarding qualificationsof garage. Corner lot. S. ForsytheSt.
commltteemen Is availableat ., Bunnell. Call 4373797. Pineapple Pears for sale>-excellent
PANTS: or JEANS.DRESSESShort Sets the ASS county office. Aug. 14.21, '2tc. for canning $2 per
4 ( Fanners who are eligibleto bushel. Call 4373578. ltp.
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RAINCOAT RAINCOAT vote In the committee elections FOR SALE 1961two door '
Rambler. Can be at 401 FOR SALE-16 ft. Starcraft
seen
also have the right to
Marine aluminum runabout
N. Central Ave., Flagler
\ nominate by petition as a can
\ didate for committee member. Beach., Aug. 14, 21, 2tp. boat, electric starter, 40 hp.
SPECIALS Evinrude motor, bucket seats,
ship, any farmer who is eligible
and who has indicatedthat NEED NEW TIRES?? See our, top and windshield Trailer,
selection of See Sid Pruett at Hall
he is willing to serve. ATLAS tires. Before $795.
,. buying check with Knox Tumlin Chev. Co. Itc
each
Such petitions, one nominating
,Ruled l Note. Book Plastic Ea. one farmer and sign Oil Company, U. S. Hwy. 1 for
7d FOR SALE-15 cu. ft. Cold-
7C the best deal In town. TFC
"Paper 350"Sheets =r Rulers ed by six or more eligible voters -* spot refrigerator with separate

may be filed at the county FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 freezer. Good condition rea-

4 office any time' after Aug. bedrom house, $40 per month.! sonable.' 201 North FlaglerAve.
ust 25.ASC. S. Forsythe St. Bunnell. Phone ., Flagler Beach. Call 439-

PENCILS ABC Ea.' 4 County Committeemen 4373282. It 2347.August 21,,28, Sept. 4, 3tc
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Each .......,..._............ Tablet USED BUNK BEDS completewith
innerspring mattresses
$57.0O. 7 piece dinette set

r $37.50. Jerry's Furniture, Old
Dixie Hwy., near 195. Phone
4373752. Aug. 21, Itc


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Fashions P. O. Box 18841
r "y ySPARER ..:.. ; back. Available In three torso lengths and four Pa. 19119. ,
.The Flair : Philadelphia. ,
: : '
,1- : waist sizes Only 1100. Aug. 21, 3tc. '
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: FOR RENT-Like new unfurnished
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& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
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Call Laura Morris 437.3233
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Stores ..l. .....
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6=THE FLAGLEIl TRIBUNE THURS. AUGUST 21, 1969 of the team which worked zatlon was credited by Project competitive examination for

toward.its success. Director T. J. Cameron as being the Regular Naval Reserve

\ t FORMER RESIDENT Miss WilkIns served as a of "prime importance" in Officers Training Corps,

: I IN member of the Federal Electric the flawless testing, checkoutand (NROTC) will be given on
Social Security WORKED ON December 13 1969.
Corporation team, which launch of the historic ,

.1 ) APOLLO 11 MISSION handles communications, telemetry flight. The Regular NROT Pro.
-E-W-S I computation, timing ITFS worldwide 'service associate gram prepare a young man
k When America's history. and measurements for the serves the space agency for a Navy; or, Marine Corps
making Apollo 11 mission National Aeronautics and 'at Kennedy Space' Center, commission while he is study
Q. Is there a time limit for a roared off its Kennedy Space Space Administration at the Florida, Marshall Space ing at one, of ,the many civilian
social
widow to for se-
after apply the death of her Center launch pad recently, John F. Kennedy Space Cen Flight Center Huntsville, colleges and universities
4 curity Julie Wilkins of Cape Canav ter. The work performed as a :Alabama, and Mapned Space where NROTC Units are es.

: husband 59, died ?in My December.husband I am, age 66 eral, Florida was a member basic member of the organ! craft Center, Houston and at tablished. All tuition, fees,
sea on the Apollo Instrumentation uniforms, and books are furnished
but have not applied for social" -
ships. by the Navy, and the
...., t security 'as his widow be. Miss Wilkins is the daughter student receives $50 per
ij; cause I am. working earning SPECIAL AUG. 14-28 of Mr. and Mrs. Walter month subsistence allowance
". more than $3,000 a year. I ,
Wllklns, 405 Deem Road, Bun. for not more than four years.
work
want" to continue to as
nell. During the summers between
I am able but will waiting
make me Ineligible? A '''FREE GREASE ,JOB academic years, the studentparticipates
in
A. A widow can apply for 1970 COLLEGE interesting at-
her full widow's benefits at WITH EACH OIL CHANGE AND FILTER sea training periods as a Mid
,
BOUND STUDENTSVice shipman. After successfully
age 62 or anytime' thereafter.
i,"-- AT- completing a baccalaureatelevel
A recent change In the lawallows
Admiral Charles K.
college course and all
receive.widows reduced age 60 benefits or olderto SAXON'S SHELL OIL SERVICE' Duncan, Chief of Naval Personnel military requirements, he Is

,*.'fou be- has announced that commissioned in the Regular
come months 62. In before your particularcase they Hwy. 100 and Interstate 95 Phone 437-3800 the 24th annual national 'Navy or Marine Corps.

: you should' apply at We Give S & H Green Stamps -. -

your Social Security'office, as

soon as possible. Based ,on rrr .
your statement that you will

earn slightly more than $3,000 I O after you see
a year you may be able to 437-3969: SERVICE' ALL MAKES

continue working at this rate 9, your doctor... .
and,still receive some of your

widow's benefits each year. If L bring ..yourprescription

you have not already signed AIR-CONDITIONING .
I up for Medicare, you will also toy
be enrolled for :Medicare at APPLIANCESOLD

;: the time you file, for widow's ,
4, benefits. y 9i ,, i
Q. I get my check every !
w- month on time at my old ad- -4rJ 'lJ
dress. I Just moved and don't DIXIE HWY. OPEN

wish to upset getting" my KORONAFLA.. NIGHTS & WEEKENDS
check on time. What should

I do?
i I A. Report your new address
r to your local social security Bid.i-

;.: office. They can teletype your

x....., new address promptly and

.\., accurately to insure getting '
I
your checks on time to" the

; new address.
:"' Q. I get a widow's social J .3, tG ,
security check. I Just remarried.
jl' Do I have to report this? ff'J:c.J ?vj6' #4'.a9.Yt., x ;'t:o.}
.
...-. A. Yes. You must report to x.y' ; J tQy o-.witilloutreservatia. .
y ? :, ,c t rks '>.. .. ; y7 .tfA R':k.}}: y>;{.' ,!t 'rl's s '.; yT.
your local office the fact you r. ,45 In time 'And xr .rx.x. ..
Irtlbt ,
..' ,s : are: :...s.r. ,t 4
.
got married. They can tell ,, Yfry 1Fk.'v % re. ->t n;: ',. ,X3. P
v ,1St..ik1
} .
:
f
you If your check will be readjusted .r s a.-, tr f .. ;; 14 1r + I1 }y.. 5 :,? $ Sri
i ] r ".Gy.. ;.r.; 5 Y 3 f},h rd.;)6.4m.xv;;as{{zour'%!y'itYT'} pub 1I S' iy t t f 1..::; /or f4
husband and I were ;
Q. My ,, >.t
; k3r :
socl 'security check %relattorsi xa Y'aurn k 2.31'.31'x P
I getting a : b .y P 4 s,yY u ,- }1 3.r ss < v- Jti'
4.4..> .! : x 9 .Y.RYa PtYf4 '>'1
.F. u x
; ; .
together. He died a few days 'r.% y
f.. ,. busrn. s + v1SoYouppr.
If( ago. How do I get the check t Za,4's: w
changed for myself? ;
." r.1...
local social security }
A. Your < d:.
office Is. the place to call or y t}':3L.; s r4 .} t, ,r ,: oFT'tr'
go for help. They can make' f'.wFirK'S'. .Y iti ''r .v $ .':.'Y'

the' changes, needed toget HS 3:Thi KI the' 61ggSt '
"t } ,f } ; t Y 4
to ,
the check coming again .b: t1. tl y f ;
y rt' if

/I. you.Q.. ,:; + % 'iJ,. l SirrNG 'i i ', 6x ..:.:,,, t
? 1t
I have a woman whoworks ..
?ittM'% 2- :,?s; ; et:
for me 3 days a week x1 F fJr'/ Kx# y1E: .?4:4k9. tj.}:{.Y",-' a t ;ir t.,yf: '.:.: s..s
tit., +}L:
works for another f?}::
and she J :
.f
si I '}y
r :
y .t i.
3' r ,
.}.. St ri
3 days a' week. They .A ;
person .' '
Yp
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take out social security, on
her She tells me that r don't }
r'B> .
,
.
%:b! dffi }( xryly }:
have to take out social security -
on.her because they do. Is 4 r .:n.'i,

she right? \ !f :A

A. No. It doesn't make any
difference how many people
she works for Each person
she works for must report her '.

'wages If she Is paid $50 in; a

'I' calendar quarter.
Q. Why did the ,social security
office send me a letter
.I, I to for Medicare
I asking me apply
and social security' benefits -

when I'm still working
I I full time?

A. ,Actually they wanted to
I advise you,that you could enroll

for Medicare because the n.ti fy-
f records show that you are or
.
I soon will'be 65. Medicare benefits ,_

are available to everyone
\ t at acre 65 even If they are
working full time. You should M 4'ip: }

apply for' Medicare benefits 3

1 <: months before you are: 65 to r r q .y yy

have the protection when you
11 i i reach 65*If you wait too long, ; vr

coverage .f,

/6! fijfr
VICKI KING

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ON DEAN'S LIST f Y'r

i.. AT FSU r

: :
I t. Two thousand two hundred .r y fyr..b,g M1,
and/ fifty two students at
" Florida State, University were I
>0. ,. named to the Dean's,; List In 4
0' .
S
.. the 10 undergraduate schools y w
r". ri.54 tt
M1. / ; rf .A1-
,
and
colleges. f
i r' ;yy
;:, Vicki Jean King Bunnell / rrr _
.' : those cited for y; yJy
'J "i was among
,',-t'.!' their'exceptIonal academic
achievement during the 'r.

-"Hng quarter at Florida
State.


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7-THE FLAGLER ?:mBUNETELEPI9
: :_ THURS.. AUGUST 21. 1969 NEW MATH COURSESAT YAC DANCE Flagler Beach United Methodist -

1 J Church fellowship hall.

CALENDAR ,DBJC SLATED FRIDAY_ Members and guests are Invited -
OF ':
An evening course In industrial NIGHT AT BEACH to attend the affair '

C9SThSIG5AYSMAI EVENTS mathematics is scheduled which gets underway at 8:30 '\ I

The Youth Action Club Jf p. m. ."t;" "
start August 26 at
: Today August 21: FJagler DiRKTa to school of applied sponsoring a teenage dance Music: will be provided, by ; t

a0.City Commission meets Friday night August 22 at the the "Paper Bridge". ''
according to Dean
Fremaux sciences
Carl' District man m. at city hajl t* 4-*- I
ager pf {Southern"v Bell Telephone ( ) John )I. .Smiley. ,' 'j 1,

sajp that costs have Bunnell First United Methodist 'Meeting from 7 to 10 p. m. '''_'' .- --------- :;:.- ', I

risen' so )touch during recent Church Friendly Circle each Tuesday and Thursday :

years that ths telephone com- meets at 8 p. m at the home evening for two semesters NOTICE' M [

pant will. find 1 Jtf necessary to of Mrs. Jeff Seale, 507 N the-class 1ft a complete reviewof I ,, ,'of ,' ,

apply fr'an' increase In Moore St., Bunnell. mathematics algebra and II 1

rate, : > elementary ;trigonometry and The 1969 City Tax Roll is now completedand n

"We have not had a general Monday August 25: FJag Is planned for persons who is" open' for public inspection in the City t tClerk's

ler Beach Lions Club',will have Want jto develop their math Office at the City Hall. 'The 1969 Tax Rollis '
incnease''fn rates 'slnce 1952" to \ ,
a their
picnic applied oc
meeting at Flagler skills as 100% valuation. ''' ", ,
on
!
Fremaux
"Through con.&tant' Beach cupation.first .
State Park at 6:30'p: m. -

research technological for members and. their fami- semester subjects tope CITY OF BUNNELL, >
Improvements and further efficiencies lies. 'covered are a review of

!'we have been able (.*>.) arithmetic, fractions and decImals. Barbara C. McCabe ;

to offset some of the 'higher The regular meeting of puring the second semester City Clerk ?,

costs." Royal Neighbors 'Scl e4ul d ; students. will study

for has basic algebra 'equations and
today been
postponed
"However tle 'feasts 'of the until September .. trigonometry.

things we' buy to provide
for
Applications! admissionare
(-0-)
service have continued to go now available and being ,
Flagler Beach
he haid. "We have reached TaxpayersAssn. "
up postponed their 'regular taken at the admissions office NOTICE
the point where Increased
meeting until In the Guidance Center build-
costs have surpassed our ability Monday, September
ing on the PBJC ca pu$.
29 at 7:30 Notice is
; that
to absorb them." p m. hereby given the City Assessment -

(-0-) ,f I Aug. 5,, '1969 Roll will be submitted to the EqualizationBoard ,

"We must borrow most of Tuesday August 26: Bun- TO WHOM IT MAY CON. of the City of Bunnell, Florida for approval ,

the new money required to nell Lions Club lunheon- CERN; :
the 25th
on Monday, day'of August, A. D. 1969,
meet Florida's growing meeting at 12:15 at the Bun- I'will not be for -
nell Civic 'Center. responsible at 7:30 P. M. in the office of the City; ,Clerk u.
needs; Fremaux stated. "The debts 'other than those con-

cost of new money has soar* (-0-) tracted by 'me' in writing. All persons desiring to have corrections in "

ed to, record levels. The cost Order of Eastern Star Chapter Joseph Darrell Britt such roll, whether in the listing or the valuation'

of Is higher than No. 93 meets at 8 p. nu In Aug. 7. 14 21. 28.
new money 4tp. of property, or otherwise, are hereby'required to
the Masonic Bunnell.
Hall
the amount we can presently LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN file with the City, Clerk, or at the meeting, their

earn: on It.. He said that a petition setting forth their objections to such assessments r. ,
1954 bond Issue carried a 3.08 BIRTHDAY DATA THE< COURT OF TIlE COUNTY -
,
/ <2FIjAOLER and the corrections which they desireto
percent Interest cost. This rose Happy birthday this week 'to: COUNTY have made. i '
to 6.01 percent for a 1966 Is Sammy TATE OF FLORIDA
'
Today: Wm. V. Moore -, NO. O23

sue. In July a $150millionissue Threadglll Norma Bag. IN RE THE ESTATE OF: /sMrs.. Barbara C. McCabe
sold carrying a record MARION LUCILLE W WALKER
was
J. E.
gett Dwayne Wigle Deceased.. City Clerk
8.01 percent. Interest (June) Deen Alan Lee Zam- NOTICE 'TO CREDITORSAll
charge. ba. MARION creditors LUCILLE of the WALKER estate of City of Bunnell Florida :rn

Friday: Marie Williams deceased, are hereby notified and .
""We need the increase in 0 required to ftle'any claims or -, ,.._, >' ,
Robert L. Danner Wylie demands which they have
rates to offset the higher operating may .
,,
Thompson Norman Black. against said estate in the office
costs which will provide of the county Judge of Flagler '$
:NOTICE OF* HEARING TENTATIVE BUDGET
Franklin Buchanan ,
the quality and quantityof Saturday: fc County, Florida, in the courthouse .
Floridians Mlnne: Duncan. at Bunnell. Florida, withIn 'Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners .
service
telephone Clary six calendar months from the of Flagler County Florida, will at a special meeting on Tuesday.
Sunday: Ruby
require." Fremaux emphasized. date of the first publication of September 2nd.'1969 at 1:30 P.M.. hear complaints or rejections to the
held the line Monday: Gladlne Chalfinch this notice. Each/, claim or demand Adoption of the tentative County Budget for the ensuing fiscal, year.
"We have must be writing and must ,
.
OTIS S HUNTER Chairman
against a general rate Increase Susan Wendy Crews, .Debbie state the place or residences and Board of County Commissioners ,
White. postoffice address of the clalm- +
Flagler Florida
as long as we possibly ent be, sworn to by County.
ATTEST
Tuesday: Pearl Blakely the :t'i1mUt..t his his :
agent,
or
co\1 ld. I know our customers Caudill James W. attorney, or it will become void ..GEORGE. M. MOODY Clerk II.
Carolyn
'
SUMMARY TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR
the need for .
will understand according to law.CORDON i
Dutton., October 1, 1O6O to September 3O, 18TOOKNERAl.
LEE' WALKERand
this action now to Insure com- : FUND
DORA V. WALKER
Stevie French
Wednesday:
tlnuatlon of high. quality Mildred Rockett Ruth White- and Executor of 'the of Last MARION Will Estimate" ,Taxes! '-of"..20 Revenues mills on and$37,511,274.00 ReeelptsiI& ... .... '7,1502.00

service." ,,,, Testament Itacfng Monies ""_ .-- ?."" -.
4 LUCILL191IAIKBR: .. gggggg
ley;' Dennis", day; deceased. *TT, .. w ,.rl'..5liweellaneous'Reeeipts.::: o.--. ",: : : :

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT* First publication',pn August 21., ,. 262,552.00'Less
1969. '. 8 ,
IN. TUB ,CIRCUIT COURT. ilEV-! TROOPER BILL SAYS Aug. 21, 28,; Sept. 411.\. 4tc ; 5% 13,127.00 1f 1-
ENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.Iff
AND FOR Kl.ACl.Kn RENEW YOURDRIVER'S LEGAL f ,_ $ 249,425.00Anticipated
COUNTY FLORIDA. LICENSE ?ADVERTISEMENT Cash Balances October, 1. 196 ___ 67,1543.00

CIVIL ACTION NO. e04-D r. REQUEHTiFOR RIDS,, TOTAL ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS AND ,BALANCES-- j 306,968.00
JAMES R. DAVENPORT DURING YOUR Notice f.is hereby, given that '

Plaintiff ,BIRTH MONTH the Board of County ,Commissioners Eatlnaat Expenditurest: ,. ,,
DAVENPORTDefendant. of Flagler fe'tn'd: Flor Racing Monies to School Board 'J __ $ 49,000.00
SARAH ida wlll.receiva e an- Racing Monies to Recreation Fund ___.... ........ 15OpO.00
NOTICE OF !SUIT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN til D.th:96 2nd day of September '. 'County Judge'e Budget -r.._._...'..."..... .. ....".:..,.-.. 18,000.00
"at the hour, of 9:00
c/o Vehicle Station ,... 8,350.00
Joel TOl ,'Wallace.SARAH DAVENPORT 911 Ballard (load:' COUNTY JUDOE'8 COURT o'clock A.M. IQ, the'off ice of the Fire Motor I Control Inspection"_._".,. ,. ?",.,- ,.--.. 8,514.00Captiat :
Seagoville, Texas 76t59. FL.AOL.KIt COUNTY FLORIDA 'Clerk of the Circuit Court In ) Outlay ___._._. __. -__."_, !Jl,580.00
the Flagler County ,Courthousefor
.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the following: Other Anticipated General Expenses 135,634.00
Complaint for Divorce File No. 020: "
that a flied you ESTATE OF ROBERT R. HILL. LUMBER 255,998.00
been against ,
hat' and DECEASED Aoproxlmatelv 25,000 board ......_____ 15,000.00
styled Court Reserve for Contingencies County
in the above feet S"x6", 8"'and 10", 20,, feetlong
requested and directed> NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Reserve' for Contingencies =- County Judge _.._. 970.00
are sized two
you Answer ALL PERSONS HAVING : g:3'board Reeerve for Cash to cover Expenditures
of Carry.'Over I
your t
copy
o?; other a written ;, *H.# CLAIMS AGAINST SAID OR'ESTATEs DEMANDS Aoproxlmately feet 3"x6"." 8'- and 2 ,10"), 20 feet Oct.Dec.. 1970 ___..,.. ... ..-...,. ---- 35,000.00 t

I Complaint Attorney upon' JAMES for Plaintiff ; ;You and each of you are hereby long, sized two sides: TQTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES ___._. 8 306,968.00
TUCKER Bun- ,. notified and required to file Approximately 50.000 board
at Post Office Box 398 which feet 6"x8" rough 12', 14', 160APproxlmatef'y r '
the claims and demands AND' :
Florida, and to file any ROAD BRIDGE FUND ,
with the Clerkof you, or either, of you. may have Estiniste'pf' Revenues and Reoeiptst r '
original.Circuit thereof Court in and for against said estate in the office feet 25.000 16 ft board and Taxes..::.:.. .50 mills on $37,511,2740.00 ...- ........_"od...._. $ 18,755.00 ?I
the County Florida Flagler of Hon. T. K. McKnight; County 8"xlO" rough, Gas and Petroleum Taxes .. .. -. ......_,.r. _._", --. 55,000.00
Flagler Bunnell!, Judge of Flagler County, at his 20 ft. long F1'ag1 Monies : ...... .,. 'I 90,000.00 _
County Courthouse before' the 15th office In the Court House in Btin- To be delivered. to r'' Racing I -- --- -. -- -,:- -., --- -
Florida on or Fldrlda. six calendar County Stockade when and as '
',day of September 1969. nell.months from the: time of the ordered. Bid to cover the. fiscal j 163,755.00
Judgment : Less 15% 8187.00
If you fall to do so. and first publication of, this notice. year from October 1., 1969 ,
by Default will be taken must be through September 30 1970.. ,
demand
; Each claim or ,
for the relief : : 8 155568.00
entered against you in writing and contain the placeof The Board reserves the right _.___ ",
prayed In aid Complaint. residence and post office address as the interests of the County Anticipated Cash Balances October I, 1969 59,557,00TOTAL

DONE AND ctDBRBIi.1rti- of the claimant and'mulltbe may require, to reject any or, AL _, ,
Bunnell. Fla r.County. to by the claimant.. his all bids and to waive any informalities ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS AND. NCES 8 215,125.00E.tlmated
day August' 1969.. sworn "
this 7th in bids received.' ,
Ida attorney, or the same
agent or

'. (Seal)CLERK OF 'THE CIRCUIT shall. be void. McKNIGlIT 19th. Dated'day at of Bunnell.August, Florida 1969. ,' this Salaries _Expenditurest_..._._..:..__._, ____..._..____, ____._____ $. 65000.00 .;
COURT /a/ T. K, Seal Maintenance of Equipment and Buildings __.___ 11000.00
'' Dye Kathryn I* Emery Judge August 14, ( )BOARD'OF* COUNTY: COM Gas Oil and Lubricants _.._.__.::...:_. "...:..........._. 8000.00
< Clerk First publication on of Roads ... ... ., 20,250.00Care
Maintenance
MTH3IONRR8 OF FLAG- -
Deputy August 14. 21. 28. September ,-, 1969. LER FLORIDA of Convicts (Including ; ;: Salaries)::."...= 12,525,00: : .
Publish!
4, 1969 4tc- -\V. Farris McGee ByOTIS.-TIiu, Other Antlclpated Miscellaneous Expenses _. -.._..., 3,350.00
.
I I Attorney at LawP. Chairman Capital' Outlay ......?..___._.____--.-.-.---.-. 60,000.00
O. Box 356
\
,, ADVERTISEMENT .
LEGAL Bunnell, Florida ATTEST: GEORGE M MOODY

REQUEST FOR ,BIDS Aug. 14. 31. 28, Sept. 4, Itc '. Aug.Clerk 21. 28. 1969." .2tc.: Reeerve for Contingencies _____. 115,000.00, .
.
Notice Is ,herebY given SssloneTs ADVERTISEMENTIN "" Reserve for Cash Carry-Over cover Expenditures
the Board of County Com LEGAL LEGAL ADV RTI8EMEN Oct.-Dec. 1970 ... "_"....r. ,w.--Y...--- 20,000.00
of Flagler County, Flor- ,COURT IN
". Ida will receive 'eealed bids until AND THE FOR CIRCUIT KIAGIKU. COUN- IN TIIFJ COUNTY, JUDGE'S TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES .,. .,,:.! 2115,1215.00
-. "
:U then office ofd TY. FLORIDACivil COURT FLtAGLER COUNTY. FUND' 1;
In the'Clerk "
2 1969, '
,
{\t-I i. -ber, In No. M*-E FLORIDA FINE A FORFEITURE '1"
of the :circuit court CHARLES WILLIAMS JR.. IN PRORATE,NO. 921 ,Estimate of It.evenoea and 1Wlpta. ,'.
Flagler County Courthouse. IN REr Estate of Taxes .15 mills on $37,511,274.00,1.: 8 5,626.00
the Plaintiff
; -.BunnoU( Florida for the follow- v. THADDEUS JEROME AMES. Fines and Forfeitures ____...... ..__: ..:. .;rNPr; ... 45000.00 .f
't' ling WILLIAMS. alca <',
C.
= RUTH
'.. One: Plck-tiP Truck meeting' the Defendant. THADDEUd J.. AMES' 1. 52,531.00, .
I : Deceased. Less 5"
NOTICE r OF ACTIONTO ,
.'. One'1Nfw-Pir7lOflpt2 ton Pick-UP. WILLIAMSResidence NOTICE TO CREDITOR
C. "
RUTK
'- 115 ; : and, un- TO. ALL PERSONS HAVING ...... .' 8 ..4S.095.00
I k addjess CLAIMS OU DEMANDS. Anticipated 'Caeh Balances October 1'. 1969 __. 4S,605.00 -
WV8!; enotideee; 300 Jcu. In. SAID ESTATE: '
than "YOU"ARE NOTIFIED that an AGAINST .
,' differential tint.t .. action for divorce has been filed You' and each of you are hereby TOTAL ANTICIPATED RECEiPTS AND BALANCESF.. 8 96,700.60
Lnockingotype to file "
and you !are reauir notified and required '. "
,
; )- against you : -
nylon .
which Entl'matrd
demands
tires and Expenditures
six plY copy of' your, writ- any claims ; Y
a
\ serve ;
d ,
to
", 700-115 mud grips on rear. e ten' defenses. If ,any, to It on you. or either of you may have Sheriff Budget ___:.--____._."___._.__._ 67,700.00Miscellaneous ,
: Standard transmis.lon.Q' B E plaintiffs; at.torney. against said estate In, the officeof Expenses __________--+."+_. "is 1.500.00 "
spring whose address, is 119 the Honorable T. JC.' Mc-' Capital Outlay _._____. ..... .. 6000.00 ;1
\ FuTl SeptlTfoam 'rubber seats. North Rldgewood Avenue. Daytona Knight, County 'Judge of Flag '
': RelJr step Bumper. Beach., Florida 82014. on or ler County. at his office In the 75,200,00Reserve ,,,I

'y" .; Color mod.t : before September ,3, 1969; and ... Conrt House: In Bunnell.Florida. for Contingencies County _.....- 1,200.00 :.
'. : : to FOR JunneU indlcating calendar months from __= ._'"
Prices be file the original with the clerk within' six Reserve for Contingencies Sheriff 6300.00
'' approximate delivery of this Court either before serv the time of the first publicationof Reserve for Cash Carry-Over to cover Expendlturea,.". \
'date, Prices to be Quoted 'with ice. on plaintiffs attorney or this notice. Each writingand claim or demand Oct.-Dec. 1970 r .- -_''-__,.. 14,000.00
J without trade. immediately thereafter other- must be in ,
"and The Board reserves the right wise a default will be entered contain the place' 'of residenceand TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES: f.'___,..,..86.700.00,
Interests of. the-'County' for the relief demanded + post office address of the '
the against you "
ae require. reject any ln- fn the Complaint.., claimant and must be sworn toby TOTAL BUDGET THREE COUNTY 1 NDS .."$ 8,793.00
.,all bid.. and to waive. WITNESS my hand and ,the ; the claimant. his agent or FLAGLEU COUNTY HEAI.TlI: DEPARTMENT -..Xpalls .

formalities In bide Feorived'thls seal of this Court _oQ ,July 24., A. attorney or the same shall be oft, 137.511,274,00 ..._.._..___._._:__._..__..-._._._... I 12.713.00
Dated,at Dunnell. D. 198 void. IIILLAOE ASSESSED 1968-69 PERIOD 1.21 Mills '
19B9. fMOODYiClerk M. Ames
19th daY of 'AUKulit 'EORGE M. ; IsEdith MILLAOl ASSESSED 1989-70 PEIUOQ 1.19 brills
OTIS S. BUNTER. Chairman of the Circuit Court First Publication 7 Aug. 1969,' FLAGLER COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL 1.9 millsFLORIDA
.. I Board of County Commls- Flagler County. Florida.By LELAND B. SHAW on .. $ 29,392.00,
Hon rs of Flagler County. /Kathryn L* Emery I*. O. Box 296Bunnell INLAND --------------.1-. "

Florida Deputy Clerk Florida Petitioner' 32010 '. on 137,511.2740.00 ., ,.- x._____._..___ $ 9370
Court Seal) Attorney for -
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: FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. AUGUST 21. 1969 on the bottom and some Bill Baker, Buck Lovelace LAW REVISEDTO :

aheepshead are still around. --.Jim Burnsed Samba' Tilton PERMIT USE

Tom Collins Ken Kuhn and Surf Fishing and Sammy Bertha, had a OF TURN SIGNALS

Gene Thurnay of Jacksonville Action In the surf was good varied eaten, Saturday taken Some of the confusion fac ;
,boated 40 from the surf which included ing drivers has been ellmlhat- I
speckled perch during' the weekend. There
I in ,several large bass sheeps- ed by a recent law revision
while fishing deep waterat were plenty of bass sheeps-
head and'a which permits the use of turn
ninety pound
Crescent Lake near Dead head whiting and some drum
tarpon Bertha beached. Sun signals to Indicate an Intended
Lake Aycock said. caught at .the Rocks. Sea bass ,
day morning Bill Baker land. lane change the Florida
A from Bunnell in
group are still around quantityand
i ed a 15 poUnd bass. Other Highway Patrol said today.
brought in a good catch catches should- continuefor
i which included shellcrackers sometime catches of pig fish whitingand Colonel Reid Clifton Director
$ yet. drum / of the Florida Highway
were also taken.f
bream and catfish.
They were A group of local anglers
j using Worms for bait.A Patrol said, "Prior to this

f trio from Douglas Ga., year's revision the law specifically
listed the instances In
fishing In the lily pads with
I which flashing lights could
NQ Alibi lures boated 20 ,
Ii be used. Changing lanes was
speckled perch. .
... D.i'
i Two Bunnell fishermen. : :' t" not included in that list so .
.I"t in strict it
that a sense was
"m
Jimmy Harper and John -; ,t"""" :;\
I Johnston caught several bass .. "\,., unlawful to use the turn signals
for that and .
purpose motorists
Monday afternoon. John boat. j
i FISHING LINE ed a bass that weighed '7 ''x Si' .' became 'confused. This .
revision eliminates that
confusion
Bing's Fish Camp pounds. They were fishing ."' ,
with worms and artificial
Bing's report things Just lures. The previous law prohibitsthe

,,about the same 'as last week Use of flashing' lights except

.. |i Elizabeth Leslie of Gaines. Flagler Beach Pier to indicate a right or'

,*. vill'e'' caught two red bass Pier Manager Cecil West. for PK iq at 'left turn or to indicate that a

'. weighing 5 and' 7 pounds at brook reports several nice, vehicle was stopped or disabl

; Bing's. catches of Spanish mackerel ed.Clifton
t Mr. and Mrs. John Ham- In the 2 to 2% pound range concluded by saying

: monds and Shorty Baker Keystone were taken in the morningand "The use of turn signals during

Heights, boated 26 nice evening during the week. lane changes is a definite

.{ ones including flounder end. The water is still muddy safety factor. It keeps other .
croaker and motorists informed of '
whiting trout during the day but clears up your in.
i f drum while fishing out of in the evening Westbrooksaid. tentions and thereby helps \

j-jthe camp in the Inland water- THE BIG ONES DON'T' ALWAYS GET AWAY avoid accidents. This law

I' way. change will benefit traffic
George Milner, Flagler This ninety pound tarpon was caught Saturday attmoonby Florida.
safety In
t
r.: Flagler Fish Camp Beach caught a 15 pound

,, f.[, Fresh 'water fishing Is on bass while plugging with a Sammy Bertha, ;Bunnell while he was fishing 'in the surf """ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT -

: the upswing at Flagler Camp silver Seahawk Tuesday north of Flagler Beach, at the rocks. It ttook the veteran angler IN TifF COUNTY JUDGE'S

according to Henry Aycock morning at the pier. COUIIT KI.AGL.RIt COUNTY
45 minutes to bead the large fish
'f[:. manager. Whiting are being caught PROIIA.TE KTA.TK OP 923 K7L.OUIDA.' t I

H 4," : Estate ofMARION


''J '.:.: -- k : .i ( -... ,.. .... .. .. .;. THE ALL Deceased. STATE PERSONS LUCILLE OF FLORIDA.INTERESTED WALKER.. .TO ."

IN THE ESTATE OF SAID "
: -tL DECEDENT:
: ] ? You are hereby notified thata
FORD'S written Instrument purporting I
to' be the Last Will and Testa-
ment of said decedent has been '
admitted to probate In said t
I Court. '
: You are hereby commanded
within six calendar months from
: \ IMP022IBLE2ALE the date of the first publicationof
; : ; this notice to appear In said
Court and show cause if any
you can. why the action of said
a. Court in admitting said Will to
''' probate should not stand uhre-
4 \ '' voked.
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: T. K..:MCKNIGHT, ...
i County Judge _
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; ..'g Flagrler County, Florida,
> ...... $ c First publication pn .Aug. 21st, l
-: '" 1969. .. ,. '.' .. .
: < Aug. 21. 28 Sept. 4. 11, 4tc._
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t '.- ,SLFQAL' ADVERTISEMENT
:., ; /, "
NOTICE OF SALE) _
,. ".\ r,:. -- 'Notice Is hereby,' gIVen that theKlasrler
; : 'f"t': "" County School Board
I ;, Flagrler Ctun1tl'o will accept sealed
',, -v.: *- y L bid : A. M. on the
,
: -; p 28th day of August, 1969 for the
sale of the followingdescribed. I I
Item: .
.' 'J .11r' \
: ..j.H' --- One upright Gulbransen Piano
Serial Number 179193 '
jf.l1 The piano is located at the
Bunnell High School and has
+ t
been declared surplus property.The .
: !Jti; "l party to whom the bid> la ,
: '' t Impossibly 'luxurious fords. Impossible to believe t awarded In shall moving take this full equipmentand responsibility :-

;:;' '" .: theyfe now priced impossibly low school shall property guarantee if necessary.repairs to !.

All bids shall be completely ..
!l sealed and marked "Sealed Bid
tE to<< 'Purchase Piano":, and mailedor
SS. delivered to: .
,i" .
'h' ; :f l.. a. ro :
::'ngn5g: '
; +r
Schools
% ny r.3f E, a'tsSG "''' Flagler County

'. r' P.. O. Box 755 .
Bunnell.:, Florida 32010
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I.I ; Myr l lb C. Rice. Chairman
Ii'laglerCounty School .
t t Board *'
Flagler County Florida
A/TTEST; James O. Craig,
4 How can customers lose? Superintendent and Ex-Offlcio
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Secretary to the Flagler County -
"" .' School Board .
Flagler County, Florida
August 21. Itc.
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::. LEGA.L ADVERTISEMENTIN
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;&; A TIIR CIRCUIT CoUnT FOR
1., KT.AGL.Itni COUNTY. FLORIAr.TION' -

/:t,*i. .;. "n 1DACIYII.. ,....IDI"I.lon
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nLAWRENCE
...: ;'t' ,-8..a, = ; WV, HORNS, an
for
'' Trustee AMELIA WAGNER
)t..:.. Plaintiff,
., '. 14:.r;, .t. 8 '
'i.iJ.r. WOODROW
I ..- ", ,'U HACKNEY GENE
.. '. '?5i!! I' ; Lt'')j 35 ]VA HACKNEY, his wife; THE
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EXCHANGE! BANK OF PALATi
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.,.. ) ,,0) ; U' VJ2' ]KA I and ALBERT B. POWELL
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1, ;; r m.... :i'" Defendants.
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NOTIOE OH SUIT
TOJ[ ALBERT B.; POWELL
:: .0 ( 'Zj.i whose realdence and Post Of-
I .. .c J-ag f ice address la unknown.
ad .. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
': < that an action to foreclosea

>" .this seal makes. 311! County described mortgage Florida property on: the in following Flagler /

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, 2AV1NG2- The West, the Northeast
ite
>/. of Northeast %
everything possible of Section 9, Township 12
.g// I y y7r i i.Jji South Range 30( '' East In
Flakier
. ; described County Florida, also -

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X> Block Sect ncTown
I, said -
/ ::- % y; /-S ship and Range. ,
" ,' t' 8. haa; been filed against you and .,
\ iiJs you are required to serve a copy
; H'v ?* your written defenses .
I
I D/t on LAWRENCE BORNE
, .. r .... t/Attorney for Plaintiff W. whose;
bf A address Is 412. North Halifax
i I rG.. A.venue-P. O. Box 6217 Daytona
Beach iT'lorlda.
and file the .
/1ty syG ,/ x f Y x y1 r r now. s1I II lal wUh) !1 the Clerk of the above
tyled Court on or before the
;2nd' day of September. 196:
>therwlse a. Judgment may be
elIi,nterod. ac-alnat YOU for the re.r -
I mnnAed ln the Complaint. '
r WITNEAS hand and the
*al of ,said Cauit on August 19,
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BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. Bunnell, Florida all GEORGE Deputy Kathryn Clerk Clerk L.M.r Emery Circuit:MOODY Court


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