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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 28, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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'-"VOL. 57 NO. 36 I THURSDAY AUGUST 28, 1969 $3.50 A YEAR
i "f'

County PlanningDraws' READY I M FOR WORK PROUGH APPOINTED


;. !: Large ; r ; ik i- COMMISSIONERFiaglerr FLAGLER; BEACH



.. Crowd. ,MondayA Beach City Commis-y

capacity crowd Jammedthe Ia ,sioners appointed Ernest

Bunnell Civic Center Mon. Prough, 'real estate agent, to
; ; fill the of
day night to hear the Mel f' unexpired term
.' 4 Commissioner Rufus Miller
Conner*Report as well as the
"
./' : when they met Thursday
I comments made' by the three
night. Miller and
resigned
'
major- companies who', plan
has moved to Marathon
,
future development In Flag.
ler County. More than 150 trough's term expires In'
,
(' ', .. persons attended. March 1970.

In other action, the com-
The meeting was sponsoredby
mission
adopted a $233,177budget
the Flagler County Cham,
k +t for the 1969.70 fiscal
ber of Commerce. The Mel
year and officially set the tax
Conner report had been in rate at :1O mills. The tax levyis
for about a year and '
progress 6.5 mills for general operation
up until the time of this meet. 'and 3.5 mills for debt
ing only the Citizens Advisory
: ". service. The new budget Is
Committee had information'
$23,605 higher than last .year.
as to what was contained In Last year's tax rate was 8

.. the report. mills.
.a.4'
Chamber of Commerce President
Authorized the purchase of f
.' L. E. Wadsworth intro "--S two buoys for the lifeguard
rJ1(
,
John W. Barr vice
duced ,
,. station at a cost of $15 each.
president of ;Mel Conner and Granted permission to :Mrs.
; .1: T Associates who gave a brief r'' Cecil Westbrook to close the
"- introduction to the} report. f Pier
Restaurant from 7toSept.
Sept.
I
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: : Frank Brutt Head of Planning r; r'i3' "r" r 26 for'general repairs.
: of Mel Conner .
V'; Department Agreed to pay City Building
i"1,; 'I presented the synopsis of Inspector Martin Porte $4.50 ,
y;!> ;' the report so that the audlv per hour to supervise construction

,{?$ .- /'enlce could understand what Flagler School Principals 1 to of '3195 ft. of
; w*. had done In order to arrive County's r, Avertey Brown Bunnell Elementary School I sq.
t1')1;*:;)1:'I:,Y they the recommendations No. 2-; Mrs. Ernest Prough Flagler Beach, Klemc ntary School; 'and Clifford MCGiIIf'Bunnell Hlgl 1 sidewalks .for the MunicipalPark. '
,;> at
(" :'1l'jsf which were' discussed, ,t.' ',more School, are :shown looking, over teaching assigi ments and'classroom, schedules., .

,j' ,,",e/t./ :' detail. .
Sr Brutt pointed out, that a MRS. .SARGEANT APPOINTED 'CHAIRMAN GARY 'BUCKLES'' ''COMPLETES SOLO FLIGHT I

ti :, ':;XS survey had been made of a ; t | -> f. ,n, .
of local citizens and ,
sampling ;
"' .w found that they were Interested t' '
_,
F I'' '
in the following needs:
,
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$
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recreation industrial activity i i ;' ..1'
quality commercial facilities
zoning and regulation of; sub' 'Jr.Jl.. ,
divisions. .** .it{ *% 'f4..tr. c"j 4 : :\

.. .He' pointed.out''the'fantas; : : y .; ,..
l. 'tkf'industrial poteritiai':;: 'hbting .. .., ,-' ,.'.If <. '"' 'f'f'f
availability;:. o/po iFer, all,-.J: ., ,

types of transfportatipri.;; airport -.

water supplyand, geographic
.
'.. climate.
1 Brut concluded' by listing Y a. d
/ the recommendations which
I would constitute the activation
(
. ,of:'the planning program.
f. (Due to the length of the re-
f / commendations this newspaper
, will discuss them in an '
i editorial ''next' weekThe, ) recommendations H "TI'
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to
appear
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, center around the thought Gary Buckles right, ,is. shown with his flight instructor,
r that with large developments! Jack Miller, after completing his solo' flight Saturday 'morning

t f *r'l'r''' ,. local coming people Into the need county to ,start the art Bunnell Airport. Miller who operates Rellim Strops Aviation I
Service presented a certificate' to Buckles, his first student to
fe ": V planning not only to protect
"' make a solo flight t 'at the Bunnell facility. '
to take ad'fj
' : \* 7R themselves, but .
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: vantage of the opportunities
.; MRS. GIBSON MRS. G. WATT
P r, '' available fI" ,
'!( of The Volusia-Flagler American Heart Association has appointed SUCCUMBS .
,j'i&V':; : Jack White president BEACH RESIDENT, 1
.' ). ;' : Marco Polo Park, said that he Mrs. A. H. Sargeant, Flagler Beach;,:to ithe Board of AFTER ILLNESS I )
r*,.!%<: i ,, was definitely interested in Directors as Memorial Gifts Chairman for Flagler' County.Mrs. Mrs. Mary- F. Gibson 87 DIED THURSDAY

. the development of FlagHer! : Sargeant, a retired_postal employee, moved to Flagler 111 S. Anderson St., Bunnell.pasSed :Mrs. Grace Watt, 82 2036S.
"'t !r'; ., County. He said that ,zoning Reach 6, years ago from'Haslett Mich. away Thursday morn Central Ave, Flagler Beach,
,,. ,'" ,was needed but he added, ing at Bunnell General Hospital died Thursday' morning at
...I" much She is actIve in civic. affairs' and is presently serving as Bunnell General after
about too
S"; '&?'.; -& zoningT' ."' president of the Senior Citizens Club. She Is a member of the Born In'Mercer County,-West a lengthy Illness.

" \ "By 1985", White predicted, Flagler Beach First United Methodist.. Church; ;Ecumenical Affairs Va., she moved to Bunnell 9 Mrs. Watt, a native of Os-

*,, '"theKorona_ Vicinity will have Committee" Social .Concerns and Health and Welfare com r" years ago from Coeburn Va. sinlng' New York moved to ,
*' .- a population of 10,000 people rnl ees. ,She was a member of the Baptist Flagler Beach 3 .years ago
That. is my' prediction." Church. from Yonkers .N. Y. She -wasa
As to Marco Polo plans, She is survived by four member'of Yonkers 'Day
"* White said that the,first phase REDISTRICTING were too many problems involved daughters, Mrs. Lucille Webb Spring Presbyterian Church .
would be1 open to the public : In getting school opened and Mrs. Nina Gore, both of Survivors include two
.;';;"> in May of 1970. He predictedthat DELAY REQUESTEDBY to have time for redistrict. Bunnell; Mrs. Eva Kennedy daughter Mrs.' Dorothy Read
in six,years there would lng.. Morrlstown Tenn:, and Mrs. Flagler Beach', and Mrs. Grace

,, be, 7,000,000 tourists visit Marco SCHOOL BOARD Attorney Frank Newman RoseStovall, Port Orange, Gomboy Newberg N. Y.;
Polo each year. was directed to answer the Florida:; a son Carl Farmer, three grandchildren and three
He gave encouragement to The Flagler County School Writ of Mandamus and ,request Butler Pa.; ten grandchildren; great-grandchildren. '
the business people of Bun- Board met ,in special session a delay, and eighteen great.grand. Funeral services were Sat
; heal! when he predicted' that last Wednesday and employ. Several teacher and service children. urday afternoon at 2:00 ,at,'

,-..j U, S. Highway :1 would soon ed the legal services 'of Frank personnel were appointed- Funeral services were at 2 Craig Funeral Home Chapel,
tourists Newman '' the during the special meeting. Bunnell. The Rev. Dr., Dallas
: carry 8% 'of all coming 'to represent "p. m. Sunday' the Bunnell
to Florida. 1-95 would Board In' answering the, re- First, Baptist Church with the Browning; pastor of Flagler
'
carry 28% so Flagler County 'districting mandamus, GARBAGE Rev. Charles Anders* officiating. Beach First United Methodist
would have an opportunity A' Writ ''of'. 'Mandamus had BUNNELL Interment was at Espa- Church officiated. Burial was

\ (Continued on, page '!)) 'been ;Issued the week prior by COLLECTION nola, Cemetery. at Shady Rest Cemetery,
Circuit Judge Howell Meltonon Pallbearers were P. A. Ed- Holly Hill Florida.
TIDE 'TABLE petition of Coy. G. Harris, SCHEDULE :CHANGE r monson, ''George Moody-John 'Pallbearers''were.. Harold

' TIdes For': Aug. 28-S.pt. 3 Jr. to redistricting of school, The City.of Bunnell garbage Clegg, Jack Hosford BioaMatherly' Higginbotham Chester ..Tran-
,. ; and li H. Church. cynger Albert Batten Raymond
'. board member dlstrlots. The collections will be made dur. ,
HIGH LOW ,
school board was given until the' regular ,hours, on Craig Funeral Home, Bun. Smith; Joe Cramp and "

.... -Day A.M: *3\1. A.M"::;, P.M. "_'_.I :.September;: 2nd "to complete Tuesday Ing Sept. 2 instead of nell, was in arge.COUNTY' Harrle Medders. _,' .

28 8:42 9:06: 2:24,2:42, : ; the;''rtdlstrlctinF., Monday, Sept.' 1 due to the ,servance of the- Labor, Day
29 9:36 9:54: 3:06': 3:30 "" 'Mein.bersrt. or the School Labor Day holiday, accordingto ,OFFICES" holiday. ', \

",-" .J i,..' 30 10:24: J10:42: 3:54 4:18: BOard'expressed the -contention City' Clerk Barbara Me- CLOSE LABOR DAY The County'commissionr has',

.,L".... :31. 11:06 11:24: 4:36 5:12'' that< this* 'did not ;give Cabe. City Hall will be closedall All county offices ,ln the postponed .'its meeting from-- .;
.. .'1' '12:00:: "'::1:1:59',5:24: : ,, : 6:06': them sufficient;'time'to redistrlct. day Monday In observanceof courthouse ,wllL.be closed all Sept. 1 to Sept. 2 at 9:00: a.'"m., "* :
'2 12:12: 12:48: 6:06: 7:00 They stated that there the holiday, day Monday, ,Sept. 1 in ob- In the commissioner's'room. II
3 1:06: :1:42, 7:00: 8:06: I


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2-THE FLAGLER: TRIBUNE TKURS.. AUGUST 28., 1969
m1Jt 3Uarjlrr GTrUnntr Knte-s class matter

INCORPORATED February 8. 1913. at they.. post-
DONNELL, FLORIDA otn",'a%; Bunnell. Flo'dd'uid4tr { "OUR OWN" BARB-QUED;
Act" of March 3.:,1871. .
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.ti and f>ubllb.r '.,. ........ ,,:1O e... Copy;'; 1.ewINd. -
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N. Vls Editor'! i Six IRootlua ........... -.-.a7ditlDe.lsaated
.ew.p.per foe aU
; Legal Advert'.... Outside.......11'.1.per Year County

EDITORIAL ,aoh $11f


A TRIBUTE TO OUR TEACHERSOur .n ,

schools will officially open next Tuesday. The teachers U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
have been on the Job with: pre-school planning since last week.:

Whatever we may have read or heard during the summer
about the problems the School Board faced we can.feel assuredof ROAST lb. 58
a good school term this year.

We assure you of this because we know that 'Flagler County .,
,has a l core of dedicated. teachers who will see to It that our : '.'
U. S. D A. CHOICE "FULL CUT"
schools are good.
They were faithful to our children a year' ago when other

teachers went on a 'strike. They have seen some of their anticipated CHUCK STEAK Ib. 68
salary funds diverted to other purposes. They have con-
tinned to take special training to up-<3ate 'their teaching meth
'
ods. They were "shaken up" when they thought: they were being ',p' .
reassigned, 'this summer. Frosty Morn "SMOKED" SHOULDER SLICED 'FREEpicNIcs

Now they are on'' the job at their regular classrooms anxiously
'awaitinthe" ,bright and smiling faces of youngSters who
*
brains.are so eager to have wisdom pumped Into their expansive little" Ib. '45

John A. Clegg

,
THE '. :... .
SPIRIT WAS GOOD ;.. ...P'GR3gqD

> During :the, few months have f'about Creek" ALL MEAT
; past people chided us
"when are these things have been writing about going to
start happening?" ,- you. : _. :BEEF .1 : : FRANKS

It all takes planning and we have; to patiently await for (Each ) 12 oz. $129
the.future ,to ,be unfolded''before us. ) I69 Pkga. .

Monday ;night there:was an indication that a good cooperative :: \
spirit existed between. the developers and the public'and:
-the offidals.of: Flagler County. : Fresh Florida1Grade'"A" D & D' "CUT UP"

More, than ISO people attended the planning meeting at
,the Bunnell ,Civic :Center and heard 'the; 'assurances from repre POUND $189
sentatives of,,Levitt, ;Marco Polo and Florida power and Lightthat 5
they all ,had a real interest in Flagler County. ,
BAG
They will be ,a part' of our community from now on._ They

will not exploit us, and,.leave. They,do not want a honky-tonk 1-.
or carnival atmosphere to develop in Flagler County. r : '

They assured us they would not: be a tax ,burden. Not only '
would! they'pay their own way but they would add<<; substantially Small RIBS ifo. 73
"
to'the tax roll of thecOunty.But Ideal for 1jSPARE: 1

,best of all, was the attitude taken by the three developers y
in saying they wanted to '''work with local officials in '

planning, not only for'their own projects, but planning for the Lyke's ,..3" No. 1 Can, .. ... .
',future' ,of Flagler County ."V: ,* kIt Spaghetti s ,D: .I'.LS yf For .00. .ts. ft"", 'CARNXflcjNand.Meat "
:.seems:,Jo this.humble writer0thatwe: ,do need;tp continue 4 ',& "\ '"
our,;planning, riot, only to,take*>"advantage of 'the oppontunites ,i.tan E 7 Arun.AIfED. : MILK
ipDellV'I2mitS3 Please No. v
that lie before us;' but, ( .ls.o.. to protect ourselves from'the.pos. ) '''- ,
sable,bad effects that,'might com froth1'such large, developmentsin 'TOMATOSOUP?: Each; Oe Tall k ,
,', '
such'a small county. Can lOc
Marco Polo officials Commission for the J '
praised our County Flavorsb, .
All I 46 oz.. Can '
cooperative spirit with. which they were working together. Limit 3 with_,$5.QOo' order
For r00' I1orCtfood:
With,a continuation of th ls cooperative spirit on the part of ,Haaitan.. PUNCH .3 $ -

local officials, merchants/ professional people and civic 'leaders ,

we must continue with proper planning on Your own ,to grasp. LadyTabor, : No." (2yz: \iCanyfl ; ; -, f ,
the ,opportunities that'most surely will be ours. And, we must For Pillsbury's (Sweet or'Buttermilk)' )

just as readily: recognize that nothing will come, to us without PEACHESNorthern ::.. $100
some effort: and cooperation on the part of each of us,in Flagler
County. tJohn : ::a: 4 Roll Pkg. BISCUITS" "w

'A. Clegg TOILET: Ea. t
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ISSUE 3"9c' ,
8: Can
oz. ;
STUDENTS RETURNTO a $3 supply fee and student. "'- Each'''SC' ;

CLASSROOMS' accident, Insurance will be ....., 4i.' J' "
TUESDAY. SEPT. 2 available at $4 per year. High, ,MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 4 with $5.OO or more food order
,,
school students are not re- '
Flagler. UJty"s.ool students -
quired to pay a supply fee,
will return to their : C" FFEE
McGriff 'said.Lunches
:classrooms Tuesday morning FROZEN FOODS
will be sold in theschool's Uq ,
"
Sent. 2 at ,8::35. a.m. J)'" '
cafeterias for 40 :
Students in. grades, 7 thru cents.+ ,1 ,:."i'h 39 e Frosty Acres ': 6 oz. Can
12, are. asked to report to ,the
McGriff stressed that students r
Each
Bunnell High School Gymna will .not be permittedon ,"Limit 1: with $ ,OO or more food,orde** LEMONADE IOC
slum
at 8:35 for orientation ,
: a.m. ,
.the ,Bunnell High School -
and classroom'assign. campus before 8:20 a.m. : Morl n's CHICKEN
ments according to Supervising n --BEEF TURKEY

Principal ,Cliff McGriff. --' FRESH' PRODUCE POT '
PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS PIES'
Elementary, students kindergarten 4 Pk Z.a. 89*
:.thru sixth grade, are ,"' : Our sister states Ga. Red :. .
asked to report tothe follow Mississippi. Alabama and '
ing teachers: in their respective Louisana have been declared sweet POTATOES :2Ib> '
,classrooms: First grade disaster ,areas as a result of 29C : --
MrS. Hazel Holland and Mrs. Hurricane Camllle, and' CRISCOH
Rosemary Brown; second WHEREAS, Thousands ofpeople Sweet Calif.PRUNES. .
grades.: Miss 'Eloise McClure have been left without Ib: '
'
andMrs.: Opal Craig; third'made" homes and even the ,bare ., 19c: lb. ..
Mrs.. Diane Marquis;' necessities of life, and are ) TinPEACHES qg, _
fourth grades Mrs. Ruth urgently in need of food and Juicy Ripe .
Townsend .and Mrs. Con-nde wearing apparel and, lb.
Holland; fifth grades.' Mrs. WHEREAS' : Except for the 19C Limit 1 with $5.OO: or;more food order
Wanda,Mercer and'Mrs. Laura Grace of God it could have I : I, _

Morris; and sixth grade.,Miss been:our,Community,.destroy ..,. .... ... _:. ,', '
Mary Susan Brannam. Flag ed,as,well. "
ler Beach and Bunnell, SchoolNo. THEREFORE i, Herbert
2 students will report to' Fuller' Mayor of: the City of
'
their individual classrooms.' Flagler Beach Florida, de.,
i McGriff said the school' clare.the week August 25 thru
buses, will run on the ,same; August 29, as ..W CARE','
. schedule as last year. Week and call. .upon.all_ ,citizens ROOD"mill RODGERS] tI1
Students will be dismissed sat ;.of Fjaglen,Beach ,to"donate <: faUUv'
.". :3L2i30p.m.: 'Tuesday and noy canned food and cloth-'
lunches, will .Jbe served that; ? Ing for all ages to this worthy
': day.- Students'will tt>d"jdi&mlsuedj -| cause. Bundles may be left. at .
at2:35: p..-m\'lOnt regular! }City,HaUff; 1 4;), ,t ", :"
school 'days. nl-1 7 J (Seal) 'ruJ 't"n ""Illffl Illll"1'

,., f. All elementary- ,students,! Herbert:"Fuller'',j i .-1-:. pQPEN' S A'VS .*
kindergarten thru ,sixth "** -..Mayor ....,.. 8:00 .1D.-l:00.'p.: IlElTTnhIII Phone 437 _227 .
grades will be asked to pay Dated Aug. 25, 1969. Quantity; ...Riarhis", ,'ReservedPrice., Good "U.S. No I"BUNNELL"'
r August 28, 29,}3 0andi31 &,:S ptI::; ,'' 969i.

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$-TAE FLAGLES: TJUBUNE TIIUBS.' AUGUST 28. 1969 CARD OF THANKS

Our heartfelt thanks to all

DAV MEMBERS night. who extended comforting sympathy CHURC1I.

ATTENDING Chapter members also authorized and hejp In our recent ; .InJ.
the of
: purchase an sorrow. *
'
CONVENTION adding machine. Deep appreciation Is extended NEWS

DAV CommanderValter7! '" John Fillman Flagler to Dr. Cariakarls, Dr. Blan- I

Wilkins. an*, Adjutah.t?, John: .;- Beach, was welcomed as a ton the -entire staff at Bun. .
Lutton Tim B6oe Chapter No. new member' of the organiza nell General Hospital andS ''' ,,!, -- -

86, were elected delegates to tion.Commandeo'Willsins. Mrs. Margaret, Taylor, for CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FLAGLER :COUNTY
the DAV National Convention- ? .presided their excellent;' care and

at Miami Beach August 24.30 during the meeting attend. ,kindnesses given to our mother CHURCH SERVICES, CHURCH DIRECTORY

at a, meeting last Wednesday ed, by fifteen members. and. grandmother, Mrs..
Grace .- Watt,. during, her SUNDAY AUGUST 31
.
lengthy Illness. CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe
"Christ Jesus" is the subject .
Rev. Father Anthony
We are deeply grateful. ,
of this Sunday's Christian Leon. Pastor
Mrs., Dot Read -
Science Lesson-Sermon It includes

,. and Sons these verses from Phllipplans -
r t Mi St. Marys Church Korona
.A.TO WHOM 'IT MAY CON- : "Let'this mind be in Sunday Mass_._.._... 7:30 a. m.
z x CERNi -I II you, which was also in Christ Weekday Masses: Monday.
V '" ?' Jesus: . For it is God Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a.
LS
Jasper Braddock, will
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which worketh in you both to m.
:"'i, no longer be responsible will and to do of his good
.' for, any debts Incurred ,by "
pleasure. Blessed Sacrament Chapel
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other than
anyone myself.
y A passage from Science and FlaKier Beach

Jasper. L. Braddock., Health with Key to the Scriptures Sunday Mass _._.._..9:00 a. m.

.........:. ": .A by Mary Baker Eddy refers Weekday Masses: Tuesday
TIMI: TO HEAD O. F. .ALFORD to Christ Jesus' : "His purpose Thursday and. Saturday at

in healing was not aloneto 9:00 a. rn.Catechism: .

,. BACKf flte Real ,i Estate Broker restore health, but' to demonstrate Classes. 3:00 p. m.
; : his divine Principle.He Tuesday.St. .

f eglzteredBunnell was inspired by God by

Florida Truth and Love in all that Stephen, Bunnell

.: CAMPUS i he sald and did.." Services are Sunday Mass:._...10:30. a. m.
... open to all. Catechism Classes.: 3 p. m.Tuesday .

I', .. .. .
1>1 '
lo.it*yourselfTUPWT: Coafedslons before all masses.yeekday .
: I PENTECOSTALCHURCH \ L Devotion: Novena

: to Our Lady Wednesday andSattd

'J REVIVAL ; y, after Mats.Cormunity .


:, '. 4UctTST, ?9-31
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\ COINJ CAR Mgmorial .
WASH
:, \. The Reverend Paul L. Joiner Church .

':: : ': p APF MAT ; PEN$ 25 of Tampa will be the guest Daytona Aye. Flagtor Beach

preacher at: the Bunnell Pentecostal Reverend! a W. Dlclcert Pastor''
.,
", ; I J. Holiness Church re- Sunday School .__.....___...9:45
i : : \ vival AUgust 2931. Worship Service -.11:00
Famou
tf pressure spray ReMval services will be Ladles Guild: Loot Tbuzoday
con
The Flair
: W' gives your car a "lopg, -iflst*
-. Saturday and of each month at 2 p. m.
,AS leaves'It ducted Friday,
:'" J ., wg lustre" 4 like
'fIf!" ....0\\\\.'" :, '. \ '
..( : nights at 7:45''p. m.
'"f.'; new asrcd l4-New cars: hedatgUlal'ly Sunday
,:}i j. "" J .';il it 'I with Thri114en4litc'to at the church. The public is First Baptist ChurchRev.

/ .I ; : nludfly do not need to invited. Charles Anders. Pastor:

: //> PAPER PENCILS''.,: be waxed. of polished.'. .' .ever.Common'6ut Moody Boulerard BanneXl

and trv It. Sunday School___.-9:45"a. m.
.
.;: J j""f" :?ZUENDLY, CIRCLEENTERTAINED: Worship Service..JltOD: a. m.

,. ''l"iJl '',' \ Evening .Worship......17:30.JK m.
THRiFTCAR
Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.
: ?)'=' : NOTE BOOKS CRAYQNS Mrs. Jeff Seale entertainedthe Wednesday

Friendly Circle at_ her
'"J a.y; WASH home, Moore St., Bunnell, First United Methodist
'-: : ,. .
fl; Thursday evening.Mrs. .Lambert Arenu BannllRav.
US 1,. ._ Mercer president. .
Ray Earle A. VTilder Pastor
:< BUNNELL;; FLORIDA. gave the devotional. 'Sunday School .._.9:45 'a. m.
'
.. JIFFYt .' $'. S.: :Doi;'t forget to: ** jour Refreshments were served Worship Bervic ..._llOO a. m.

".;' ,,.r'\j;, ;(t.f. '. 3RuadT'a"iLIAYg .Laundry. by the hostess to ten membersand 'Youth' Choir Rehearsal: 6:45

: j two guests, Mrs. H. Vl f. p. m. Wednesday ....
: ___ :
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1 LEGAL APVKn-TlSEMBUT Peavyand Mrs. C. B. Stick- Childrens Chor Rehearsal: '

-REQUEST von Bttfs y ney. Mrs. Charles Chamberswon 2nd and 4th/'t!! Thursday.. at 3
Notice Is hereby given that the door "prize. 3 p. m.
Food the Board of County Commis- MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
: The September meeting will
: sioners of Flagler. County. FlorIda *
:' will receive? fteale ,i to the 2nd day of September.A. WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
IX: 1969. at the hour Qf 9:00A.
M. in-tit tofflce of"th s Clericbf LEGAL ADVKWTISMWKjrr 9a.m.
., ynri-II Flacjler BeachCRA1 : the CIri:'QUt11n! the *la r- Friendly Circle: 3rd 'Thursday
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.ler following County: Courthouse for. the REQUEST FOR XUD! at 8 p. rn.

pi1XrMATELT:: Notice Is hereby given that Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes-
1 far,.pq0 g-allona bulk sasollne.. recu-' the Board of County Commissioners : day at 7:15 p. m.Flakier .
jjrradevin
.. -., ,-.- Iff.DOa rtallons Diesel Fuel No. ida. will of receive Flagler sealed County.bids F1.until r-
," ,/.. '. J .' '''' '\! !. .- 650JiraUon;' 9:00 A. M., Tuesday Septem* Beach United
.' 1' X>leset Motor Oil
her 2nd. 19<'. In the ogles of the-"
FUNERAL HOME .. Clerk of the Cireu1'Cburt In Methodist ChurchDR.
Uon Ott 'SAK 30CJISDOI
Motor the Flagler County:
- lit t tins.S Bunnell. Florida, .Pif'jgnfJW- DALLAS BROWlffHf
Motor: fojrApproxlmately
i G< arallona Oil 'SAB 10. PASTOR
At A. CHAJG.PAPO.. Vup ri111''P4> qr91q Non-I>eterflrent 'Jfv I gallon 100 r Jlq"s.ffon .
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A. .. initi
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can. Daytona
Her << aApproxfmtelyOa -
MatM f ei 50 .taltone X Pale 45 HydraulicOK ::a?nd fC14 f Fgrr Church School.--- 9OO a.'m.
gallon eansk alloias 2.
250. gp3lox fI'relartfed, No. 4D and 2 4, ; Morning Worshlp..10:00 a. rn.
)I\U\ OXYGEN "S Diesel. :Motor'. Oil, 'liv 9 .sral- Herbicide g-T"Combina-Formulation.::: =
LAQY lon can k S'pfl\tle\ tlons for it; .D :lIerb'did& -
CQNDm"o$ I I EQUIPPED_'h 4{;TO pound., Ch4s8f l..; ubQ,. tnultlPUI'P -KonnulatJon:* "2. 4-D PENTECOSTAL ..1 l
fI'ElfD ii' 25J'& lt> palls. Amine salts or low Volatileester
% CLaAI4 Am... ., r 1.494 poun4s Gear loib 1' multlpurpoae. containing7 roUr' (4) HOLINESS CHURCH

100 'lb.. .or. 'equiVallrit: o about<; all pounds gallon. acid equivalent! per BnnnolL Off Frans St.

. Phone. ID 7-3532 the. above, specification Specifications for 2. 4-t> and REV. JOHN L. UOrCOLD
. J Above) quantities are estimat 2. 4. 5-T Combination 'Herbicide ,
Sunday School.1000: a. m.
FLOMPA ed to represent vequlrementsfor '"' Cbmbl-
$pNEZ Formulation; '
Iii *, MOOT g4fD. ono (i)' 1A4" # andjforef: the nation 2. IfO t w yolltlleester Worship Service.llOO a. m
,. -.." ar from Qctpber( lr )969 and 2i r-T" -
towVpl
;', : :: ; : : .thfoofftt' Sdptgrfrbdt' 90. .l'ttf., atlle eater eontalitfffftt> tWo Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
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L. : ''BIds; must bV i subsolUed, on (2) pounds. 2 4-D and t.o Worship Serv.sun. 7:30 p. ra.
d proscribed b4| fPt n'j haClerk'f'gfltge (2) pounds i. 4. 5-T acid
I ( P.* obtaln;tl aer equivalent per gallon.
;,., : I d.B r* uest. Above to be purchased a.nft St. Thomas Episcopal
1 e F.+ O Bunnell anddellTv ear from
t: : '. NOTICEThe .; reti to "b made as need.F.nvelepesnugt crt: l JTic5: 9 1 to fJl ber ?fit Ma*. Ian Mol>ly
*ri A*
\ be sealed! G":' w e oard reserves the right $
..... pf etmarked- "Bids on as the interests of the County 3 miss east of Bnnnell en
Commission of the City of Bunnell oltn, require to reject any or all
may
: City H
: Board reserves the rjght, InformjLiltteFln } 1.Q'9CJ! .
dated t"o'e t>14ri> and to wat re -
1966-2
'": Florida) has ruled that Ordinance .Dated atn idneit' orida. this bids r: I-l MorplngVor; hlp..jOOO: a. ox

.... Mareh. 6, .1967, will be immediately' enforced-. .... .. as., 19th day of Augrust.! A. D., 1969.., this Dated 19th day at of uhrlen'August.: ;'Florid 1969. *. Church School ......10OO a. m.
J. )_ : t. I fO9Ws BOAnD -
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COUNTY COMn
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:. OK FLAOUKH pf :each' fnonth;
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t' ; Section I. COUNTY FLORIDA bE '&UN7r FLORIDABv
Brr OTIS S. HUNTER.Chalrn : OTIS S. HUNTKR,
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;,.. .. .. Paragraph. .ll1.'' anATTEST Chairman First Baptist Church
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1' : -. Bills., I II OEOROB M.-. MOODY. Clerk ATTEST.Clerk. OEOftOB -M. MOODY N. Central A.... Flagler Beach
*ulI'-';t- grid u. '19 t. Ate- 21 and 28. 19C9.. 2tc.
Bill for water shall be.,rendered monthly, and Aug. Rer. Max HalL Pastor

r no discount shall be allowed for prompt payment -- -- -- ... Sunday -School Service..Jll:00..._...9:45: a. m.

thereof: It and bill shall not be, paid within 60 Worship a. m.
Wednesday Evening Prayer

t :days QJJi th/ojf, jnai.:datjft of billing, 'service is JJMUQUAR Q,,. Service ...,_.._...........7.00 p. m.
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disco in11e4' for no.n-p rment' of bills!) and! ttje{ : First Wednesday after the

";p 2d. prelnises fralibe; C11scolJoecte}; from. the. "Vraterworics ., .r FISH1NC# ? TACKLE: HAJR B QUE First Sunday .*of each month

. System,; pf,the City. .j jI "t, ; GRILLS ANLVFlOATSATLANTIC Irthliiy TMi&K ........'.JJQO P. In.
Business Meeting 7:30
p. m.
I No more partial payments .QTT watex bills wijl HARDWARE
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be accepted by ythe'City; .-* punt ei1, :

I j PITY OJ? ', .. \ ., SUPPLY CO.t |nc) ? TrJNP !(" :

CHURCH pf YOUR
: ': t. ,"x ( Barbara C. McCabe MOODY BLVD.; FLAGLER .BEACH,
": -- CHOICE SPAY i
: Clerk.v g>f J
>t 6 :* City > PHONE,439-236S

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KNOX- HUGAS-ABBOTT: 4-T1IE FLACLER TRIBUNE :THURS.. AUGUST g8, 1969"CELEBRATES I


GULLETTE WEDDING' PLANSANNOUNCED &rlhd

ENGAGEMENT \..

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Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Knox The marriage of Miss Fran- NORMAN GERALD LANE
.Bunnell. announce the en- cisca Ann Hugas to Robert

''gagement and approaching Mlltonw Abbott will be solemnized Mr. and ,Mrs. Bobby Lane,

marriage of ''their daughter. at seven'' o'clock Satur Bunnell are parents of .an-:

Diana Lynn to Alsar Lawson day evening. September 20 at eight pound-six ounce son

Gullette son of Mrs. G. Gull- the Bunnell First Baptist born Wednesday, August 20

ette, Camilla Ga. Church. The Rev. Charles at the Glendale Hospital :Pa-

The wedding will be Saturday Anders will perform the dou latka. "

August 30 at 7:00 p. m. ble ring-candlelight ceremo- He has been named. NormanGerald .::

in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ny.All Lane.RETURN .
Wayne Edwards Flagler'Beach friends and relatives of
k
State Park. the couple are Invited to the HOME : ,, ..a -

The bride elect is a nativeof ward ceremony in and the reception church social after- Mrs. Edgar Fraser and chil- JqtS

St. Augustine ,and movedto dren have returned to' their
1965. She hall. No invitations are being. .
Flagler County In home alt> Painters Hill after
\ Is employed as secretary at sent. several weeks visit at Lorn-

Flagler Beach State Park. Her Poe Calif where they visited
fiance a native of Meigs, Ga., COUNTRY CLUB her brother-in-law and sister

is employed with Dlckerson HAS ANNUAL Capt. and Mrs. Martin Mur

Inc., Jacksonville. GETTOGETHERMore phy n.nd family.

All relatives and friends of than forty Country Mrs. Frasr r's father Cecil

the couple are invited to the Club members their hus- Guy and daughter Brenda

ceremony and reception after- bands and Invited guests at- Guy of Manchester England
ward In the recreation buildIng -
tended the club's annual par- joined them in California' fora

I at Bulow Ruins Park. ty Saturday night at Flagler .family get-together,,.
Mr. Fraser has also returned I
Beach.
Mrs., Sturman at- ..,J'
Gladys
The affair was at the beach home from & business trip to
'
tended the Shrine Convention home'f Vermont. '"> ;, : NINETIETH BIRTHDAY
Mr.. and :Mrs., S. J. ,.
activities in Jacksonville last
Tilton Jr. A covered dish sup- .Hairy Gerdes above celebrated his 'ninetieth birthday Sun.dayrAUgust
weekend. was enjoyed by those-at. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Reeves of of friendsat
While there she stayed! with per 17 'at a, surprise party given 'by' a group
Eufaula, Ala visited in Bun-
'-1"' her son' In'.law and daughter tending. nell last week with his sister then'Gerdes home. 204 N. Central Ave.. Flagler Beach.

.' 1.Mr. and:: Mrs; 'Don Thompson. and brother in law; Mr. Refajeshmeti were served and singing! *:was enjoyed by ,the
HOME FROM VACATIONMr. -"-* # v-
and Mrs. Levi::Drady.II. group : : ..., .
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Mr. and Mrs. John'McKenzie and Mrs. Arden Kinney '. Mr. Gerdes received a congratulatory message from PresIdent

and children of Orlando St. Johns Park, returned home FERRIS SOLOMON and Mrs. Richard Nixon. .
..weekend houseguests .of last week after spending several -
were Mr. Gerdes. and his wife Ann moved to Flagler Beach six
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HONORED'
ON-
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Mr. and .lyirs. Gene Knight weeks camping in the'western <
from Pleasantville 'N. Y. where he was Foreman for
years ago
Creek.
daughters..At ,
:5.ard Haw .. states.t. '
: '
BIRTHDAY ,
several
until
his'retirement
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.' !*,: M'- t-i -. -. : Westchester County Road Dept:
;..:. .?,Mrand' Mrs. Pete Barber of 1 2i. and .M1'$. Richard )Hos- Davey Solomon' was hostat years ago.
Ocala were weekend guests ford of Lake Placid:spent .the a dinner 'party Saturday

"at the' home:'of"'his- parents, .weekend in Bunnell visiting night 'at 'Julians,. Ormond ,
HOUSEGUESTS H. BENTLEY ATTENDS
.Mr. and Mrs.; J.. D. Barber. In his: mother' "Mrs..'-G. .J./' Hos- Beach, honoting, his father, BEACH **3. :

Bunnell. ford. .';' .'' .,.""Ferris' 'Solomon. on. his.'birth. Rep. and Mrs., *Jim Glisson AAMA CONVENTION

.. .- ,.. aa p.r and son Randy of Eustis were
t *j;Joining& the': honored 'guest weekend houseguests' of Mr. Affiliates' of the AmericanAcademy
of Medical Administrators
.and host fdr the gala, celebration and Mrs. John Clegg at Flag- -
were Solomon from each of the
Mrs Jennie ler Beach.
4naSummer; Clearance 5olomon.and ."Mr:,' and United States and Canada at-
tended Annual Convoca-
the
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'Wadsworth
Mrs. T.
q .. ... .. :, '.' .. .... ., .H/ HOME FROM VACATION tion held In Chicago Illinois,
< '
...:-, 'RETURN'llOEFROM? VISIT ,\Ir. and Mrs.-k; Walter Wilkins on. August 18 '
: .' 1 and and : The Academy Is an 'International -
sons Mickey
<
.
': :' .:r- ; Mr. and Mrs.. T. L.<:Sanford, Wally returned home last professional. society
tid, kw\ '''o'f". 'J '.1'1"Y: Sr. of Nashville ,Tenn. and Monday' after vacationing a some of the alms of whichare

I : ;"';.. ..,. i;;.. :. :. il'O. ;.,: ., .;;} ;" .- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hendershotof month In New York and Mich to encourage and foster
'.. .',.., ., ."
',\ '' ') : Pine Mountain Valley Ga. igan. scientific approach to the
: ,' .; ,leave *"''returned. home after' ',', 'of'
medical adminlsI -
practice
:
; ; : Enroute home they stopped
:; ; ;. ;; ::: tH': '
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.fS ; J 'I..,.. .speu..Ung a week' at Flagler over at! .Fort- Knox Ky-to attend .. tratlonprovide: means\ of
k I .,". .' ,, .. ,...Ift.,"- ,.''-..",:.; ,. 'i'i<.'....,;:,::.',..:. ;. ::', ._ I, ..Beach visitingMtssl. "" ..MinnieDuncan. the wedding of their ; '''intercornmirnicatlori; promote,

::1 .. .7' '-i-! ;: : o. .. .f. : f"t; "' tf.t !' '.. / '..t p ;'V niece. Miss Betty Lou"' Sea- conduct; and foster'educational -
,
.''' .. .... .. .. ---. 'this'
t4.fberO, ; : ; ... :' graves to Mr. Danny. Lewen- courses In, specialty;
,. .,. ,. t '0', .. :'".. ." :".1 F,. i, LIONS duskl. establish arid maintain a criterion

'PLAN, .. ,...ANNUAL. ---,*. engaged of competency'in- 'this, profession for those;

o :: ; .J ..I 1 o 0:: '. :r,:: ::0.. FISHING TRIP t About .: '-


'iL_ .,,:1. ., ;.: :', ;:r.'f "\ I: Flagler Beach;' Lions completed ,Our Servicemen
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,;;.r."f' ; ;, ...., ... planS for1':their annual .
f .- :' ; .! :. ...t I...'.-,\.;' ..... .I -- deep-sea fishing;'trlp:. at. the '.J: .1#

j .!;''''''':f, ,'.. :? club's picnic meetitng.Monday/ DISCHARGED '
.,'
,,;r .J'. .. ". '. ... Ii'! night at Flagler Beach State
., : FROM ARMY ...
; -
; t.. Park. The' trip was 'planned M.
,
,',,:t.. 'i t-! '. for Sunday, August, 31. 'Sgt., Alan Wayne Jones arrived
1. .. The Lions ypie4to'gontripute : ,
.
: : ::: : In 'Bunnell Wednesday:
: r
-' $25 plus. rnenabersnip donations : ";
parentsJMV.
'j >.. t' ': :" : to visit his, arid< 1
-\t. 'i'H -:tE: .. to 'the. .MississippiLions Mrs. T. A. Jones. fr TfTSgt.
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.. Clubs. ?*, Jones ,
1 t: 'f" :. -- to" a'paratrooperve-'t
:
I.fif,.' .:., .' ,. ",;" : '"' .. Club presidents= 'Chtar' es '1' ceived his discharge! from..the

'; ; '. ". ... ;: .,... -'.;':.,....,.::; Wen landt";.J':.Keen'$"*1 Gurnee United States rmy il ;5f: !'Weck"'iat !
.
,
} : ',.' ... .". : and' Floyd, Hurl"reported; on Ft l;Lcpyis, WasnC after>completing -
';>.,' ''' '''''' '' ', "..\.r 0 ff the .District Lions meeting .a.tour of duty at Vlet-A,
,.. f, ..t.i' .; ." they attended atfOcoeeTwentyeight !: / nam '" ....
.- .. ., -" ... :.- ( ,# :' ; Amended the ; .. M.::11

: ; ."'; ;t 'picnic and 'meeting.-: "
'J ;,;., HOME ON LEAVE -
', 11-,,',; .." ""JI'I'; "".'. 'V ../..' -.: Nand
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\ "- 0 Mr. and Mrs: Charles Me- *-' ,. 19 fV' Robbie Tucker. US 'Airfdrce -
; J? ;; (: / i and of Miami '
: ; Knight sons arrived ,'. ,:hasJretarnetr: \ to .Hick- S
'. ', .,:. ,t"" >; ",Monday to- spend"sev- ham AF"'Base. Hawaii after
b 5-\.rJ.-
,. .: 'to' provide for reoognltloniby
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era"days in Bunnell visiting
: 'r: ', -' : spending five days leave visiting
f his parents, County1 dge and his parents Mr. and Mrs.A. means fellowship, sch-
Mrs."T.. K., McKnight.' R. Tucker In Bunnell. olarships, and grants to those
{ ; who are doing noteworthy ,
t f : ; ? Sglt. Tucker attended the
this endeavor.
ALL SUKIIIIER MERCHANDISE service in
Mr. .
and Mrs. Charles Cook wedding of his brother; Elbert
-- and children of Chicago arespending Tucker Homer R. Bentley Administrative -
Miss
to Jean McClen-
i.'r" ,'.
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Director of the Bun-
/a week. in Bunnell don at Newton Miss, last. .
TO SELL. MUST MAKE with his parents Mr. and Mrs. .week... 1 :, nell General Hospital. was'
Bob Cook and 'family. : elected a member the Academy
I : : .' ," during .the solemn: cere-

HOME FROM,'VAT. WOUNDED IN monies of the ;Academy Con-

: FOR FALL APPAREL.Sorry VIETNAMMrs. vocation. Presentation 'of ere- -V/.jl; ; "
Mrs. Harry ,Atkinson and dentlals was'made, by the of.., '" :r.fo: '

.. ", J sons. Mickey and Boyce.f' returned Sam ,Smith East Pa- fleers' of ;the Academy Board V'" ;

'; ', ;, I .... home. Monday after latka received word last week of ,Directors. Such election Is
I :' ,..,': IN' spending' 'Week ,sightseeing that her husband SI? 5 Sam recognized as a mark of ex.cellence -

;;;;,f ,, No Lay' a waysNo'Exchanges .. at Willlamsburg, Va. Smith .was'-wounded at; Vietnam arid achievement''' in, *
.. I August ,12. medical administration.
'.1,. ... .. .. ....-' ':' OP'. THANKS .SP5 :
..;'f.t1". ( CARD Smithy'''on 'a field mis Bentley also attended the.
I v lion', at La Khe Tlfit Annual -
: 'sustained a Convention of
. ... ;or Refunds V.. With deepest gratitude we bullet wound In the calf of the American Hospital Association -

extend this .wor41'of thanks. his "right leg,, and,_ shrapnel and the American
:: Use :Bank ;lAmericard. Charge Plan for the many kind acts of fragments In both legs and Academy ..of Nurse Anesthetists

v sympathy expressed by other parts of his body.In in Chicago *
thoughtful friends_ and neigh- a letter to his parents.. w

AI bors. Mr.:and MrS. Raymond Smith t GAMES!PARTY ;
Deep appreciation is given of Bunnell. he'reported he was; l f 'SUNDAY.JAFT. *
to the doctors nurses and all convalescing at '36th ;. 1
the Evacuation :;,The<' Korona Community
I the staff at Bunnell General Hospital !In Vietnam. Club
'!:' Js-sponsoring
a
Hospital for their kindnesses Ills' address is: party games
during' the Illness' arid''loss of Sam Sunday, August 31 -at
Smith E266
-92.0934. ,2:30: p. m. at St: Marys.Church
.. ". our beloved, mother. H. H. C.1st Bn. 26th Inf. SocIal Hall. Refreshments will
The' Family of 1st ,In!. Dlv. ,
be served and the public is in..
Mrs. :Mary Gibson APO San Francisco 90345 vited. ?
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FLACLER! TRIBUNE THURS.. AUGUST ,38 1969 CITIZENS BANK FOR RENT-Like new\!nfum.shed -

CLASSIFIED 3-bedroom CB house

MRS. RICE ATTENDS CROSS AND SWORD TAKES ONMASTER with garage. Faces canal on
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LEGISLATIVE HEARING FINAL PERFORMANCE CHARGE ADVERTISINGTROPIC Palm Drive Flagler Beach.

The Citizens Bank of Bun Can be seen by appointment.Call .

IN TAMPA SUNDAY AUGUST 31 nell according to an an. gJ 4392038. Aug. 21, 2tp.

Florida's famed "Cross and nouncement bye Cashier H. V. -
Chairman' Myrtle Rice of Sword" production will enter Peavy, has contracted with HOUSE FOR SALEC.. B. 3

the Flagler School Board attended the final week of its fifth sea. First National Bank of Daytona bedroom house, more than an
GARDENLet
the jclnt session of the son on Monday and close Beach to serve 'loCal customers TROPIC acre of ,land $8800. 200 John
education committees of the on us help beautify Flagler Anderson
Sunday with Master Charge Drive Flagler
night August 31, It variety of evergreens -
Large
and County.
House Senate of the Flor was credit plan: Beach. Itp.
announced *
today by John 0
hedge plants. .
palms
ida Legislature Thursday in -
S. Bailey Master Charge is a bank
.
Tampa to hear the report of president of the 5}&' miles S of Bunnell on FOR RENT-Furnished modem
drama credit card plan that is operated
corporation.In .
State Superintendent Floyd ,U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfe 2 bedroom duplex oceanfront --
its last week, "Cross and by an association of

Christian.' Sword"; will feature again the banks.' It is anticipated that SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain Call Edna apartment Kendall with 439-2012 garage. ..
"While defending the MInI.
popular merchants will be contactedto Rota-Rotei
five dollar family fields Installed: 3rd St. North Flagler Beach.
mum Foundation Programthe ticket. determine if they desire .to snail shell. Reasonable prices.

( present; method of state "This past season" Mr. join. the credit card plan. Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 Aug. 28 Itc

financing of schools) Mrs. Bailey said "our' productionhas "Master Charge' is the .- 8-1-tf SPARE TIME INCOME

Rice said "Christian outlined experienced one of. its world's largest bank credit
the basic inequities which ex. most financially successful card' association", Peavy said. NEED NEW TIRES?? See our Refilling and collecting money

1st throughout the state. seasons. "It will' operate, like other selection of ATLAS tires. Be. from NEW TYPE high-quality;;;

"This inequity' exists be- "We have had especially credit card systems as far as fore buying check with Knox colin.operated dispensers -fin$

cause of the difference in fine attendance in the past the customer is concerned. Oil Company U. S. Hwy. 1 for your area. No selling. To qual-P

counties ability to provide local month."I There will not be any charge the best deal in town. TFC ify you must have car refer-

support for their: schools", .' think' too It Is generally for' using the service if monthly FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 ences, $600 to $2900 cash. Sev-

Mrs. Rice said. "Commissioner agreed by all who have seen charges are paid current. bedrom House $40 per month.S. en to twelve hours weekly

Christian proposed a 'plan 'Cross and Sword'*thls- past JoY." Forsythe St. Bunnell. Phone can net excellent monthly in-

which he said would take no season that the productionhas 4373282. 1t come.' More full time. For personal -
LEGAL ADVEItTI&'tyntENTM '
money away from any school been the best ever stagedin interview write UNITED

but would provide a $32 mil the five years of our opera.. IN COUNTY JUnOE''' COURT.FLAGLER FOR SALE-15 cu. ft. Cold- DISTRIBUTING CO., DEPT. A,

lion supplement for county tion. '; COUNTY, KL.OIIIN spot refrigerator with separate P. O. Box 10605 Dallas Texas

school boards unable to meet A professional; cast of 85' 'IMIOHATE jNo. &Re freezer. Good condition rea- 75207. Include phone number.'

costs under'the ten mill tax persons featuring actors Estate LILLIAN'! of JOHNSON sonable. 201 North FlaglerAve. lrtpv Aug 28

ation limit. dancers and singers have .Deceased.'! ., Flagler Beach. Call 439-
"This money is to be ad. peared in the production. ap AND.NOTICE APPLICATION': OF FINAL FOIt REPORT DIS- 2347. August 21, 28 Sept. 4, 3tc FOR RENT Furnished 1 bedroom i I
apartment at Flagler
ministered under a tax equal The cast has included 24 CHARGEAll
persona are hereby notified HELP WANTED-Show Wigs Beach. Call 4392528. Itc.
ization fund program", Chris actors 17 dancers and 20 that the undersigned as execu- '._-
"Is the priority tor of said estate, has Door-to-Door High Salary
tion said top singers plus a number of extras completedthe "' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
administration thereof and plus commission-Free' sample
Item of the State Departmentof adults and youngsters has filed In said court her final
Write Mr. Scott )
Wigs. (CIRCUIT COURT FLAClKIl+ :
Education'. report and application for die.charge. '!
directors and theatre...techni

COUNTY. FLORIDA
Objections thereto, if Fashions P. O. Box 18841
CIVIL ACTION
"Flagler County accordingto No. All-E
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cians.TROOPER
any.-- should be duly filed. Afterfllipg '
Philadelphia, Pa. 19119. LOUIS H. UIHLEIN. JR., .
Mrs. Rice "is. listed among proof of publication show i "
Bill: SAYS / Aug. 21. 3tc. Plaintiff .
the counties that.will. not receive publishone '! VII. \ ,

any extra monies under RENEW YOUR utlvp i<, the. (matter of. :appioval -; ,FX>R SALE-RCA "cabinet TV ANNA T.Defendant.UIHLEIN. j I
'of s.atd and the
the new plan". DRIVER'S LICENSE ,..L ordering" -of distribution report of saideetat8' '.21 inch screen. It's a Bargain. TO: NOTICE: .".... I
Chairman Rice was accompanied DURING YOUR .: '! : will come before the 208v 5th St. North, FlaglerBeach. ANNA T. UIHLEIN
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her husband JohnC. courts Mr. Dave Molonarl
by Phone 4392314. 1tc. yh
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BIRTH MONTH i.rxt 'publication. on August.28; ; 5608 Lanham Station Road
1969 ,. p }, : > .
:. Rice. w'. s -- Lanham. Maryland 20801
.- /sMalcoln3' L> Johnson "WANTED-Babysitting to do YOU are hereby notified thata
of said Est
As. Executor
tats .ini-niy' home weekdays. NO Complaint for divorce has
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/a/-6.LELAND 29ff5:B' 'feHAWA -':. AZ?LIMLT. Reasonable rates. are been required filed against to serve you.a and copy you of .

BINGO 8:00 P.Ui '?'BunnellFlorida.BOX : Contact' Louise Mazzatto 'at your answer or pleading? to the
the Plaintiffs
Complaint to attorney -
:, .:Attorney, OOrril;aeculort: fi,Ti'''' 437-398J. Aug. 28, 4tpSneakpreview LELAND B. SHAW P.
Aug.xa.trtJ4.r.M.<< : 4t .ti O._ _Box. ?96. Bunnell. Florida.
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FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION MALI ..,' .. ..oi; i .... or pleading In the office BY- h r 0 ';: # ';.tfs:_ '..'t. ', 1; .(,..,_r-> ...M".........,.. ..''IN!.'.....oe'IoItI- '0'>; the Clerk of the Circuit l Courtof
-SPONSORED
Flagler County Florida, on
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Disabled American Veterans 1969. If you fail to do so,
an order .default. will be tak- .
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FREE REFRESHMENTS m'>>.:f':!><' p <'":' olrof| years W,..':' :yq: :,itt.:<.; M. MOODY Clerk --.
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Jim Booe Chapter 86 k ':" '**County. Florida .- .
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NO MINORS ALLOWED j! : LErl : Kathryn IA Emery'' \' ,:',
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1 :;kl\r'l'' t"2e Notice Is hereby given that
the Board of County Commls-*
stoners of Flagler County. Flor-
ida. will receive sealed bids ups
to the 2nd day of September.
..uslfl" A. D. 1969. at the hour of 9:00 _
NEEDS-SEE o'clock A. Al, in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in the
Flagler County Courthouse for
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,k Lt P. Gas for the courthouse j
; z stockade'! Jail and' other
( pit s County buildings for the fiscal 1
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CHECK LIST through September '30, '1979.
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Girls >. tJ::3tanJ'uI1.a Florida, this
Boys .. { 19th day of August. A. D. 1969
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SCHOOL..PAPER & > MISSIONERS OF FLAG- ,.
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SCHOOL PAPER I r : V LI<::R. COUNTY FLORIDA.
V i i; BY: OTIS S. HUNTER w
SUPPLIES '. ,.' .'. '
SUPPLIES ;-i'1 '.i J'\'';' ;" lit' i jI' ; '110 ),"t Chairman .
.' ATTEST: GEORGE M. MOODY
SHOES Clerk
SHOES,\ If f you just bought this year's VW sedan, con Aug. 21 and 28. 1969. 2tc._ '

SOX SOX'I gratulations.Next' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .

PANTIES and SLIPS yed'nobody ,will know you're not 1 NOTICE
UNDERWEAR "
DRESSES-Short Sets driving next year's VW sedan. ,; / Notice Is hereby given' that '

PANTS or JEANS Because next year's, beetle will look like ; f the East District.Flagler Board:Mo.of.quUo Commls.i Control ; I

RAINCOAT RAINCOAT this year's beetle. (What else?) And every stoners will accept Flagler sealed ealis: the; ;:

,other beetle we've ever made. office. located 1890 Daytona.
Avenue, Flagler Beach Florida
', :/; So It will be just as hard to.tell a 20-yoar-old up to and until 4:30 P. M. on .
Monday September 15. 1969 for .
.: SPECIALSBAKER'S VW from a brand new-VW. the following. equipment: b
.., ONE NEW FOUR-WHEEL
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1''; ." :",..,. ,'.. ."p. I stilf another benefittyou! don't_ take a b ;; :'. 'i' .I t ; '. ''after. Any 4:30 bid: received P. M. on or September presented
1'C Ea. hast'' 15th. 4969 will be returned unopened -
Pla.tic.7 e' : 'h when you. ellit. :*:. :>. ...\ '. to the Bidder.
Note Sealed Bid to have memo on
Ruled 7C .. '-. "
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\1' AVWdepreclatesveryslowly. ,:.., ; .. "' I.' outside of envelope "Bid on
Paper; 350 Sheets : Pick-Up Truck."
But even though next year's Volkswagen Sealed Bids will be opened at 'i
won't be different will a meeting of the East FlaglerMbsqulto
i it different. Control District .

ABC, 1 y:... : We've.made some nice improvements.! .:As \ I' Board P. M. on of Monday.Commissioners September at 5OO:15. '
PENCiLS 8"Ea ;:: Usual.t Over2200ce 1949.k *. -1. 1969 at the 0f11ce.Specifications .
2c Tablet ... ,, \R : l % and Information

E. h .......,...... ........... So in next year's VW you can look forward ,, ; may bidders be upon obtained e by Commissioner bonaflde
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Board the rightto
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our little secrets,Woufd you? bidding with or without cause

5&1O'Bunnell What kind bf sneaky previewwouldthatbe? ,.''_ whole and/or, or to In accept part any that bid.In.Its In

J' ;':il> Judgment is the lowest and the
BEST bid in the interests of the-
Palatka ; District.
f1 East 1 : Control District
Florida < .' y '. Lyman L. Gage. Chairman ,
Boyer Volkswagen -=; : Au '. 28. Sept. 4. 2tc.
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AUGUST a8. 1188 COUNTY PLANNING "We commend you on the man of the Board of County

LEGAL ADTIUTISIJMENT, : ) LEGAL (Contihue4 from page 1) progress you are making In Commissioners, were Intro-
.d.. .- Ai1VEIITISEMEIITT1N Flagler County and look forward duced and'they spoke briefly.
1 .E.TI110 jGQtnsTr* .In"OK.!y!! .....' % < All tourists
TIIF.I at 36 o comingto
to working with
Vft >'L-A tLJIIJ.cOV1'VTT.' +. CIRCUIT COURT FOR you", "The Implementation of the
"""A.'th w- 11" oaiPA.rnOBATItJ Ii DALAILMR COU1pTY. FLOal- Florida. "But, they would Wright 'said. "We stand ready plans is the important thing,"

ofb1ARtQI 023Matat CIVIL AC7ryoN NO. aOLn have to plan to take advan- to cooperate with, your officials commented Lerch.

LUCILLID'WALKEr{. w1.NcE; tage of these opportunities", in planning for Flagler School Board Chairman: '

Detea'rHE kiTA* OF FI ORIDA; TO Trustee. for AMELIA R WAGNER; he said. County." Myrtle Rice said "I am real l

ALL'tl1M tSONS INTEIt9i9'fI4D: l'lalntiff ve, Russell Bc well. Vice- President The chairman introduced excited about the plans being

DECEDENT FSTATb1: OF SAID WOO VA / rACKNEY of Levitt & Sons stated Bill Lenssen chairman of developed for Flagler County.My .

Yew Are key n tfAed that EXCHANGE ACI-BANK OF : THE that his company was not yet the'Citizens Advisory Commit- only regret is that I was

t btcte maUurrtrtt 1A. Anel parp-ortlns T* tato and ALBERT B. POWELL PALATKA -. ready to make' specific announcements born 30 years to soon."
tee.State
m : .fd edeote kiss been NOTICE Defendants: as to exactly Representative Jim: However, Mrs. Rice was as-

Court admittedf: PObAtff in, id TO: ALBERT B.014'IIUIT POWEL1\ where-: they'ouId' locate their Gllssen, Eustls, was recognized sured that the proposed developments
whose
Te,. --6'( i brdy. '. eefntdaridfed fee address residence is and Poet o, various community com- as being In the audience. would ,be seen
wftntn ahi,1..6a.. Month frOm EDYou unknown. plexH. w Howard Lerch Chairman of during her life time-that
the 4att the flrat publication a tRE action Bto foreclose
of this n'
Court and show cause. if any described r ithel following working the of and Otis Hunter chair- move.
yon San why tlse action of said County Florida 0 la"ler on problems ,, .
Court In adnnlftinw said Will to The West IAt :ot the water supply 'wage' affluence I
Northeast
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a should. not stand unre- 14 of the
poked of Northeast. UctrnSn disposal bulkheads etc. _
(Seal) South: Range*' Township 80 '12 Engineers and surveyors were -

T.County K. MCKNIGHT.Judge. wu'' punty. Florida East. also In- still at work on these studies.He -I :

Flavler County, Florida ?" ck described 1. sal* Section.as Tract Township 2 in- said that Levitt had delivered Flagler County Insurance I

First publication on Aug. 2let. and Range. ,over 90.000 homes: and '
1969. has
Aug.: 21. 28 Sept. .f. 11. 4tc. you are been required tiled against to serve you and they had established;< : a repu

I of your written defenses a copy, tatlon that they would main' Agency Inc. ,.r ,

Aug.-5, 1969 Attorney to It on LAWRENCE for Plaintiff W, BORN whose. ''tam' n In Fdaeler County. ,

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Is 412 North Halifax Bodiwell assured the localpeople '

Avenue.Beach. Flo.KdaAand P. O. Box 5217 file the Daytona orlg- that Levitt would not All Forms of Insurance

: nal ? of the above be a tax burden on Flagler '.

I will not be responsible for styled 22nd day Court of on.or September.before the County. They. would, build 3O5 East Moody Blvd. ,-:- Phone 437-3171
1969.
debts other than< those con otherwise a Judgment may be their own roads, sewage systems TOmell! Florida 32010

tracted by me, In writing. UfOt entered demanded against/ In you the for Complaint.the re- water systems And add

Joseph, Darrell Britt WITNESS, my hand and the much valuable: property to aIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSafter

Aug. 7, 14. 21, 28, 4tp. ?1969.fal said Court on August 19.. the tax roll evaluations.

GEORGE M. MOODY "We are looking forward to
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN as Clerk of Circuit Court working with local officials", -
Kathryn L. Emery
TilE COURT OF TilE COUN- Deputy Clerk Bodwell said. "It will be 60 to I
TY JUDGE August 21. 28. Sept. 4. 11. 4tc. 90 days before, we can an- II I

Kl.AOl.I3It STATE OF COUNTY FLORIDA LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN nounce. specific. plans, but, we ;
NO. D"23 have big plans for FlaglerCounty' you see
IN RE THE ESTATE OF: THE: COUNTY JUDGE'S .. "
MARION LUCILLE WALKER COURT FLAGLER' COUNTY. your doctor. .
Deceased. FLORIDAIN "We indorse the Idea' of

NOTICE TO CREDITORS PROIIATB NO. 021 zoning and 'subdivision
All creditors of the estate of IN RE: Estate of reg. / bring yourprescription
(
MARION LUCILLE WALKER THADDEUS JEROME AMES. ulations, 'but we'caution you
deceased are hereby notified and :aka to 'be 'fiexible",{ Bodwell'said..
required to file any claims or THADDEUS J. AMES. to
demands :which they may have Deceased. Al-WrightfvVlce:,president of ,
against said estate In the office NOTICE TO CREDITORS Florida Power:;; nd Light Co.:,
of the county judge of Flagler TO ALL PERSONS HAVING, '
County. Florida in the court- CLAIMS OR. DEMANDS said that his-,company .had Tti
house at Bunnell. Florida withIn AGAINST SAID ESTATE: purchasedseveral, hundred ,
six calendar months from the You and each of you are hereby I
date of the first publication of notified, and: required to file acres in nor ?U1ast. Flagler 'for tpftUq ,
this notice. Each claim or demand any claims and demands which the purpose:-' f b'Ulldlng a .
must be writing and must you. or either of you. may have '
state the place or residence and against said estate In the office large 'power plant.v' *". Professional Bldg.
post office address of the claimant of the Honorable T. K. MeKnight. "However at the.throe we.:da '.
and must be sworn to by County .
the claimant his agent, or his ler County at h1dcf3tcg riot, have Immediate plans for

attorney or it will become void Court House In Bunnell. Florida:*. construction' ..jie. ,said.
according to law.GORDON within six calendar months from
LEE WALKERand the time of the first publication
DORA V. WALKER of this notice. Each claim or- demand -
Executor of the Last Will must be in writing and ., } '
and Testament of MARION contain the place of residenceand jt k197C; 5i vp bp fi
LUCILLE WALKER, post office address of the
deceased. claimant and must be sworn to _
First publication on August. 21, by the claimant, his agent or _
1969. attorney, or the same shall be

Aug. 21. 28. Sept. 4. 11. ,4tc. void. /s/ Edith M. Ames THOMAS R. GARTLAND.. General Manager '

'LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT First Publication 7 Aug. 1969. "- and part-owner of Hobe Grove a .t { = 3' '

LELAND P. O. Box B.296 SHAW Associates, in Hobe Sound Florida << p ; p.: ;. =F>a' ;;

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH -. Bunnell. Florida 32010 irrigates a 4,000-acre citrus grove with :.,
JUDICIAL FLAGLERCOUNTY CIRCUIT Attorney for PetitionerAug. electric pumps to lift well water Into' R '; p .Cj"
IN AND FOIL 7 410: 5 S
FLORIDA. ditches. He- reports "We ave forty'Iahp

JAMES'CIVIL R.ACTION DAVENPORT NO. O4-D LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT **' el4.ctrlc-pumps tOf1I"lgation.\, and, V "'h : ,

Plaintiff are well pleased with the push-button } k y: x ,

VII. REQUEST FOR RIDS that.t Qj9eratoiv! ,' lectric; motors for grove irri
SARAH 'DAVENPORT Notice Is hereby given
Defendant. the Board of County Commissioners gatlon 'haveproved" very dependable ,;

NOTICE OP SUIT of Flag-le County. FloraIda r ,and efficient at low cost, bath"in opera.
TO: SARAH DAVENPORT c/o will receive sealed bids until tion' and maintenance as compared, '
Joel Wallace 911 Ballard ;had. the 2nd day of September.A.D. .
se 75169. 1969.MatntWe: hour of -9:00: with anyother fuel." '
crrlETeii'fueR NOTIFIED o'clock A. office of the
that a Complaint for DIvorce Clerk of the Circuit Court In t
has been filed against you the Flagler County Courthouse .
and for the following:
In the above styled Court v fiRby
you are requested and directedto LUMBERApproximately 25,000 board f
serve a copy of your Answeror '
other written defense to said feet 3"x6" 8"' and 10" 20 feet'
JAMES H. long elzed two Bides.
Complaint upon
25.000 boardfeetr3"x6"
Approximately
foqPlain-
,TUCKER. Attorney 8" 'and 10". 20' fees
398. Bunnell.
Post Office
tiff at
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sized two
file the long,
Florida with the Clerk Approximately 50.000 board .. :
of original the Circuit thereof Court In and for feet 6"x8" rough 12'. 14', ,,16.
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long.Approximately
Florida Klagler and 20'
Flagler County.
'' board
Florida Courthouse.or before the?uneL'15tn feet 8"xlO" rough.25.000 16 ft and
on ,
20 ft long.
day of September 1969.Judgmentby To' be If fall to do so.
you
taken and County Stockade' when and as ,
Default will be
ordered. Bid to cover the fiscal
for the relief -
entered against you yearfrom October ,1. 1969 .
Complaint.
In said
prayed at throughSeptember '30. 1970.
ORDERED
DONE AND the right.
Flor- The Board reserves
Bunnell. Flagler County. the Interests of the County
1969. as
August.
of
ida. thla''lth day may require to reject; any or
(Seal, THE CIRCUIT all bids and to waive any Informalities -
CLERK .OF In bids received.
f "COURT Emery Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
By: Kathryn Clerk L 19th day of August 1969.

Deputy 21, 28. Sep- (Seal)
Publish: August 14, BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
tember 4. 1969 4tc.__ MISSIONERS OF FLAG-
LER COUNTY FLORIDABY
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ADVERTISEMENT
LEGAL : OTIS S. rfUNTER.
Chairman
REQUEST! FOR BIDS that ATTEST: GEORGE M. MOODY.Clerk' .
I given
Notice is Hereby
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: the Board of 'County County.Florida Aug. 21. 28< 1969. 2tc.
sloners of Flagler ,
will receive sealed bids September un-- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
til 9:00 A.M. Tuesday of the
In the 'JUDGE'S COURT
1969.
2. in iv COUNTY
f Clerk of the Circuit Court FLAGtER COUNTY. FLQRIDA
Courthouse
County
the Flagler
1 Bunnell. Florida, for t tollow-- File iVo* .


I: following One One Plck-n'p New specifications 1970 Truck 1/2 I ton meeting: Plck-UP.,the. .ESTATE DECEASED NOTICE:ALL OF PElfeONS TO ROB2IIT''lt.CttlSDlTORSTO HAVING HILL> :. I Electric: buttOltRU"ping, : .

t 115 Inch wheelbase.! CLAJMS OR DEMANDS .

f .nude Fleet body Side.; spare than ire mount.cu. in-r by A You notified and each'and SAID of required ESTATE you are to here-: *me.* ,* ::;(: T," ':' '.. V "efficient at l low cost:' \


Locking type dlf/er'ntlnylon. any claims and demands whichyou..or .
700-15 six ply either of you. may have
mud grips on rear. against said estatein the office *
Standard transmission. of..Hon. T. K, McKnlght. County "ll's happening; in -to-date groves throughout Florida. Knowledgeable.operatorsYb -
Heavy duty rear springs.'eats. Judge of Flagler Countyat' hlBoffice 'ft. ; up / '--
Full depth foam rubber In the Court House. In Bun '
electric
with
nish.drought; worries
Rear step Bumper. hell Florida. within six calen- pump

Color'Prices-t approximateundelivery, dar first months publication from' the of this time notice.of the be irrigation, and assure high-level, high-quality yields. You can

Each claim or demand must
date.dlcatlnlir Prices to be quoted In wrltlng..Hd and contain''office the.place address .*. yvater specific areas as needed. even set timers to turn''pumps J
and without trade. of residence post e : ,
The Board reserves the right. ",of the claimant and mustbe 4. '-i and' off Modern electrical servesrelia'bIyyearafteryear
automatically. equipment
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County to. \
as the interests of the snY or sworn to' by the,.claimant, his*"*** ; \
to reject agent or attorney or the same \
may require any j informalities ihelps'makeeveryacreflourish with profit.
all bids and to waive I shall bex void. ,
received.I MeKNIOHT
a .Dunne.In bid Flo 119' this JudgeK. Ask your equipment dealer. /
Dated o publication on, August 14. ;
AUNUf :::h. CCommisslonere 1989W"First. -'V' = =1.
Boards County Fame McGee I flip .. 1 1 I
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I :, :::' -"'-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THI/RSI:, AUGUST!; !28, 1969 I -

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*CITY OF BUNNELL In other action Monday

.- night the commission:
ACCEPTS COUNTY* .AGREED to enforce the 1967

..IXAX, ROLL Ordinance requiring all water
1r..AtM'. the City 'of Bunnell accounts be paid within six
ty days or service will be cut-
l1Yda Jl'd' 'of Equalization meetIng -
.. .' off and a $5 reconnection fee
Monday night the com-
*:missioners accepted the win' be changed.: The City Clerk
and Water Superintendentwere
County Tax Roll as prepared '
instructed not to accept
nty Tax Assessor Don-
"4d'lt' *.' Moor. The commission partial,payments on water.ac

y. 'hccfeptfea nonexempt real estate counts.' _
The commissioners agreed
valuations totaling $2-
water customers may pay ac
t&99.900 and personal property
valuations totaling 946244. counts In three ways: in full
balance brought forward or
The 1969 non-exempt real
; estate. showed an Increase of one or more individual bills The FISHING LINE

r|r$12,43d';; and personal property paid. By BETTZ: JtfcDANIEL
.,'''evaluations, showed a decrease INSTRUCTED the clerk. to
|jof $18,122. Homestead exempt write a letter of appreciationto 'Sam Bertha, 7 year 'old son of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Bertha, Pier Fishing

I";valuations dropped from 1. Dave Perryman for 1000 Bunnell caught these, two channel bass eight and six pounds, The weather has not been
''185.605 to $1,179,040 showing pounds of fertilizer he donated Friday afternoon,while I fishing In!the surf north of Flagler Beach very favorable for fishing. A
I J'J'a' 6,565 decrease for 1969. for use at the football field. at the rocks. Young Berth'a Is following In his father's footsteps strong northeast wind and

who caught 90 pound tarpon, In the surf last week.. heavy rains slowed down the

mmma mMammm ammm -.,"".-."-";..'-, .....-,.::==:::r-. --- -.. actionat Flagler' Beach Pier.
SPECIAL AUG. 14-28 I _' 'J! varying Whiting quantities were caught Saturday In


Q ON TIMECERTIFICATES and Sunday'bass in Some the five small
channel to
oog
A FREE GREASE JOB 5 10 seven pound range were

!. caught off the'pier.' Best time
\ j i WITH EACH OIL CHANGE'AND FILTER for :fishing has been In the
VO"U.I*' MINIMUM I.o00-9Q: DAYS early morning .according toBANK
AT
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". COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY Pier Manager Cecil. West-
l 'i NATIONAL brook. '. '
SAXON'S SHELL OIL SERVICEHwy. Surf Fishing f
,
Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada
.1 100 and Interstate 95 Phone 437-38OO Beach. Florida The northeast wind produced
Orxnond and
high
extremely
We Give. S & H Green. Stamps J the ocean was rough.tides Fishermen .

'J t illlIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJl!! : llIlllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!! I"- had difficulty keeping
lines out, some using,an, eightounce
lead, due to the strong
1 current in the ocean. '

,Friday was apparently the
S t 1 best day for fishing., John
: 1 FORD'SIMPOSSIBLE Metts caught aten pound

i ".,:.' .. bass and Sammy Bertha
beached a twelve pound bass
., ', : while fishing in ..the' rocks.
.J. Lester Davis a visitor from
# Columbus Ga;, caught a seven
I G. I -;F::. ': SALE and one-half pound,bass in

the surf ,at Painters Hill. He
"j'7' also bagged a five pounder
:I .. );.;., t Sunday at Matanzas Inlet
t "" Veteran fisherman Bruz
,'
Gordon caught two channel
I'- Mass> weighing 12 and 6
L l '- \ pounds. despite the inclement
u, i weather Sunday morning

.._- Intxacoostal Waterway
....eLldltcouIdIit Gene Knight and 'John >fcKenzle -
I
J'. lUG ; ,boated: several drum
ItHltllIl8ftlldc- in; the twq, pound range, and:
.. "'""" of 'croakers
firSt MU ofdlero \. a quantity large
,,,,; while fishing in the canal
f :t, ; Sunday afternoon. ,

Ford Galaxie SCO'snow The wind ,Fish aia
i $ Impossible savings. and rain not
f', 19'5 affect 'the fishing In the In-
I priced; impossibly'low. traooastal Waterway. Several

fishermen had excellent luck.
Sam'Gam.cee, St. Augustine '

t' ,- regular. at Bing's brought
Price does not Indudoptional whit Mwalltirw y? ,> > s' ?s'S }
: *! ; '
,$32.00; dealer preparation chartts. if any;. s n, Y:...>,w e .. z
,7." trantporUtton vharfts,sUto and local tax**. !gip while fishing alone near .
: dI eJI"-gna marker 106.
)
,- nvn-uu t:: k c ? Ell EdwardS' and John Sad-
price cats on afl W Fords! owsky of Jacksonville caught
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J' '. x. '25 large trout, bass .and
u. a.s .: S t flounder.
r\ ;'I" Vh There was a lot of action .
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Tuesday- morning at Bing's

; 4. fishing pier where large quantities
11\\ F ry's S >4 of sheepshead; trout,
flounder and croakers were' ,I
/ k 4 being caught. _
t Flagler Fish Camp

0 Camp Manager Henry Ay-
,
I i s S cock reports speckled perch

I and copperheads are being
Y
I ; :' caught in the. lakes. ,
S S be.: f Mr. and Mrs., Ross Hartley
I 'Jacksonville caught 31 speckled .
i
I < perch while fishing ,Sunday
..t .-S In Dead Lake. 'Mr. and
j. f; Mrs. David Carter Black-
,":! .,4 shear Ga., were. using live,
1 J minnows for bait' and boated

::55 speckled perch Monday.Mr. .
Yr vt'fry-- {F ? r 5SI y and Mrs. Hoover Johnson -*

: I ( Jacksonville; brought In

.. 31 .copperheads, and a ,large ,
quantity of cartftsh.i : .
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:: .It} Our seal...sign of B. .J ': "'! r.SC'ratch :-: 'Mattresses & 'Box' Spying
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