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The Flagler tribune
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Began in 1917?
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-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
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Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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VOL 37 NO. 39 THURSDAY gjpPTEMBEH 18 1969 $3.50 A YEAR

.. School Board FHA Confirms I

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Seeks Help On- Bunnell f''
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Fund Lost' : .,;
i; 'rrRedistricting. ,

, .f, Farmers Home Administration

.', Attorney Newman
met with the School Board officials met wltKt Bun*' ,
Tuesday afternoon and ad. nell City Commissioners' last

vised the Board that, his opinIon Wednesday night and confirmed -
.. .. ''was that It was the intent
the fact that federal
1 '.. of the law that school board :,
funds had been cut off
, 7' districts "fora
pot cut across pre. f '
I ".'. .clnct lines. the-present time" on the loan j
?'f" : He j informed the School for the proposed sewerage i

.' ,Board that If they did 'cut ryk. a F 4 c ; system I'n Bunnell. ":*' \:

"'1'' 'across precinct lines they The first Installment .
would have to set up a system : t' about 'due. and the. city oWes '
of keeping up with all .
I voter registrations since the the engineering firm $32,000 _

Supervisor of Elections kept for engineering plans which' -.

records only by precincts. are almost completed. The -

u Newman advised that the city has already made a short I
best procedure would be" to term' loan for $20,000 to pay

request the Board of, County the engineers,and the balance .
Commissioners Ito revise their will soon be due

precinct so that they' could be FHA officials explained that
used to make up school board the funds for the Florida
districts as well as county area had..been cut by 50(.per:.
commission: .dl rlcts.He point. cent and this'would cut: ,Bun: ,
ed out that school board dis nell off for .the present., FHA('".
tricts are based upon the Photo'by Theo C. Ueln. stated that Bunnell would 're
number: of electors or voters BHS CHEERLEADERS FOR' '+1969-7O main on "top priority list and .

and the county commission would be "next in line"as .
based "' These;'attractive BHS..,cheerleaders will be'on 'band Friday' rilghi: .:to :cheer the Bunnell .;Bull they
districts .
are upon pop soon as additional fundsare
ulation. dogs to VIctory when they 'open their season, Crescent City, Pictuted;above are, J to;r, Lyna available.
Knight, Helene Bryan, Pamela McDanlel.l. Bartoaija Wilson and Janet; Scott. '
Board Member Raymon F. It was pointed out that Congress .
Tucker moved, that "Board of BUNNELL, BORROWSTO has not,*yet adopted a

Public' Instruction of Flagler COUNTY BOARD'. C Of C HolclsTMembership l budget for the fiscal' year be
CountY hereby request Boardof PAY'ENGINEERS : ginning'July t:arid:FHAlbadiw:
County Commissioners and BUYS TRACTOR. : been working under; fnstrucffc:
Supervisor: of Elections to, al. The Board of.'* County Com ; tions that funds would be-the '

ter existing precincts or create The* Bunnell City !Commission .missioners met in special 'same. .as last. year., Recently .
new precincts in Flagler agreed Monday night to session .Friday: ;$ afternoon to Kick-Otf 'V\ the Florida .FHA.officials were
County so asto; contain, as ,contract a Joan .of$52,000 with open bids on, a*wheel tractor Chamber notified that they .could an-
nearly as practicable an equal' Citizens Bank tb.fpaywtJvejjBiijginteers :JThe: ;Flagler5 oVV t.i tlclpa.te a 50 percent cut. ,
; 4iuLp dumpltjck..5 : ,
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......... Commerce.held -menibeship *." r .
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.7: J r number" ,p|; electors itf"" '?;each fees ndue pn'.tfie:swet... Three"bl precinct". r : \ :, 'age and water, proJect... the wheel tractor which would kickoff breakfast 'Mon Public LAW 660 loan will soon :
Tucker's motion Included The loan will\;be for a period -, be used for :D1owing'-rlghts of day morning with Canakarls Vice President expire If the sewerage projectIs

t a request for a Joint meeting of ten years 'but it is, anticipated .: way and the airport. A John John M. pre not started as scheduled.
between :the two boards.. The that it will be repaid Deere tractor was purchased siding. This application would haveto
.. motion carried without: any next year when federal on' a 3-2 call vote. The bid for Canakaris read a letter from be renewed and there Is no :
objection. funds become available 'to a Ford tractor.,was lowest but President L. E. Wadsworth, guarantee that these funds :
ti: ; The question of the attorneysfee build the sewerage project and three commissioners de.. who was out of town stressing will be available when the,
extend the tennlned 'that Flagler, County was is renewed..
! 'was raised. Newman water works. Cigarette that from experienceand project
"on the. up" He chal
t. way
I' advised that the Board was tax'monies will be us. use' in the county the the Chamber There was a: discussion
Y ed to pledge security for the higher bid1 for the John Deere. lenged to a vigorous '
I. within their legal rights to membership campaign. about the possibility of bor. .
have legal counsel on the loan. > was the better 'bid. Canakarls gave the groupof rowing the funds on the bond

{ matter of aredlstrlctlng as required A letter from Charles Creal, All bids for-the dump truck twenty breakfasters a "pep market. However Charles E.'
,by the courts. He said president of Citizens Bank were rejected and new bids- talk" saying that "we must Creal president of Citizens'
that he' could see no possibility was read in which he stated were called for. The bid as ad-. .forget personalities and all Bank, confirmed that' the mu.
': .' of individual board members the loan was approved.A vertised 'was for a 2% ton pull together for Flagler nicipal bond market was.
f..;;' ::, :I / being responsible for resolution was read appointing dump truck. The bids were'- County". He stressed that it very poor at the 'present time.
"'j;' payment,.of his $500 fee.I' James: Tucker, city considerably: higher than the was necessary. for the Chamber -due to the unsettled. federal
' ,: .; ', "But, if it were determined attorney, as attorney to han ., prices for 2 ton trucks so it of Commerce to lead a tax situation.
".. to be an Illegal! expense of die the legal work Including was decided that bids would progressive community that If was also pointed out that,,
I' ; the School Board',', Newman validation of bonds' for the Jbe rejected and advertise fora will keep abreast of a chang legal difficulties would have'to
i ., said, "I shall: refund the fee". water and sewerage project. 2 ton unit.TAMIAMI frig community or"run the risk be surmounted to float, a'
,-Jj" He said the fee paid\him will The city commissioners ordered of going backwards while new bond' Issue plus the fact that

:;,:. cover future anticipated legal a cleanup at,, Richfield APPROVEDFOR developments ,ln_ the county Interest rate was sure to be
.expenses incurred in redis. Service Station r on U. S. 1 BUNNELL move forward.<<;>> more than permitted by law
I trlctlnQ'.... South. If It is not done the .. with the '
In discussion en
-------- BUS SERVICE Lee Drazba chairman of a
Mrs. Clyde Duensing of city will clean it up and ; membership drive. outlinedthe gineers, it was' determined -
Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc.
11 Flajrler Beach pointed out the charge the land, owner. .was authorized to provide two plans for the membershipdrive. that plans could be completed'''
Flagler Beach School needed routes He stated that President within three weeks at which '
more students and Bunnell FLAGLER BEACHCIGARETTE "- additional passenger issuedtoday Wadsworth had already con time full "payment would be. .
.; TAX UP In Florida in an order
, ; School was overcrowded and collections for, the Florida Public firmed $1000 of funds for due. It was determined thata
'. : that some of these children Cigarette tax by membership from corpora-i savings' of '$4000 ,to $5000
.'v should be allowed to transfer August 1969 showed an increase Service Commission.! tlons. could be effected by dropping:
'.' 1968 at The company's request for
to Flagler Beach. over August The membership list was expansion of the city's water
at. third service was denied
Flagler Beach and a .loss a '
Mrs. Duenslng, called atMention read and assignments were system from the engineering
i : Bunnell, Beverly Beach and The new: service will be between
.' :' to the fact that freedom Marinelancj; Fort Lauderdale'' :and. made for contacting each plans.
t;. Ji'' of choice was offered for Flagler Beach collected West Palm Beach; Halnes member to 'secure a renewalof Mayor Hubert Pellicer re.

; school staff members at Flag $1,513 In August of 1969 City and Kissimmee ,and intermediate membership for 196970. commended that have
.'" ler Beach to ,bring their child-i against $1495 in August 1968. points;-''Tampa and The drive willjast one week. the engineering plans com
Ten to Bunnell to school but Bunnell cigarette' tax col Orlando, serving Lakeland; Drazba said a, follow-up pleted as soon as possible and
"3 parents outside of the Flag. lections dropped from $2531to Bartow and Halnes City and breakfast would be held Mon.' that a'' long term loan be' arranged
ler Beach zone were not per- $2272 in the same periodsof intermediate points; Deland day morning at 7:30 at the with Citizens Bank to
;' ':r tnitted to take their children time. and Bunnell and intermediate Bunnell Restaurant to report pay off the amount due the
Beach School. the success of the 'campaign. firm. He further
to Flagler Beverly Beach dropped,:'from. points; Orlando and Daytona engineering -
Mrs. Tomaslna Ashley was $305 to' $188 and Marineland Beach,' and all Intermediate It was stated that an election recommended that cigarette
appointed as a teacher at, dropped$2O3 to114. points. .of officers would' be heldas tax funds be pledged to the
No, 2. soon as the membership bank to guarantee the'loan..
Bunnell Elementary ------- ----------
" Superintendent Jim Craig 'BUNNELL BULLDOGS open their season Friday night drive Is completed., New* officers His recommendation was approved

t Informed the Board that the when ":they travel to, Crescent City to meet the Rebels. will be dinner'Installed at. a .
membership meetingIn
classes at both FHA officials and the engineering
Kindergarten 'ten for. the season.
The team has games scheduled\ October. arm
Bunnell Elementary No.2, agreed to work
.. and Bunnell High School were BULLDOG'S 1969 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE with the City of Bunnell to
" filled capacity.. The. law allows TIDE TABLETides' try to keep the PL 660 grant
a' maximum of ,A. D. A. Sept. 19 ..........,,.... ...,....._...._.....Crescent. City.._.....;- Away For Sept. 18-24 funds available and to secure w .

of 25 students and. a maxir' Sept. 26 :.*........*...,...._......_...Sanford,:Naval ..._.,,_ Home HIGH FHA-. loan ',as soon, ,-asr, possible ; '

mum enrollment of 30. He. ,! ,Oct. 3 ;.:,.,'........ .::;.............._.St., Joseph .............. Home LOW ; :, 1 ;

said he would have. to, turn Oct: 10 ..*............:.......:.........i_.Taylor>JUgh.._....... Home Day, .AM. P.M..A.M.. 'p.M:, Commissioner Cary Holland ..
students away, Oct.""17 .'"t,.."'..:::& {Ls::..::..........:Florida Deaf ..._....... 'Away is 12:18 ]":00 '6:12 7:18. moved that an option be taken -

Craig said the state would' Oct. '24: Z ;.;; sZ.;.. 3U:: ;*._..,........Baldwin ...*................ Home 19 1:18 '2:06 7:24 8:30 on the purchase :of' "a $?

not provide another kindergarten :. Oct. 31 <;?....................__........-HawthorneHome 21 20 ..3:42.2:30: ::4:24'3:18 ,8:36 9:4810:42 9:42: treating plant site from J. L. :t ;.r'

teacher, and If they Nov. 7-,....._........................Father Lopez .......... Away 22 '4:54':: 5:30'' 10:54:: U:36 Townsend at an agreed ap-:. .
did not a. room at of $8000. The 'motion
the Bunnell there was High School cam. Nov. 14 ...-.............._...:........Hastings .................. Away 23 ,5:54: 6:24: ,11:5411:59, carried.pralsal 'v

pus to put another teacher. Nov. 21 ....-..........-................-\yest: Nassau .......... Away 24 6:48 7:12 12:30 12:48:


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-- 2-THE
.mle-, 3FIa0Irr QlribuurINCORPOnATED Ente--.' second:; claaa matter"
February 6. 1913. at the poatofflce rvvC
.,HI1NNrLL FLORIDA at Bunnell,
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".1.tnq 7"1 P,3 'S.H). qDf'.NIf.L'H'. ) On. Year ... ..-L30 P rk Stea s
News Editor. She MODtl:>!l.II:: ::: i ....., fur< .U
Outside FI..I.r C.ttnty
.1.e1 Advertising .4.OO Per Year

." 68*
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tf3JLLn: N3dO NV. ,
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Congressman Bill Chappell ?J
U. S. Senator Spessard; Holland, and '._ .,,r; :' ,":, "'':' U* S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK '

U. S. ,Senator Ed Gurney ,*, l.r; .....'' \ : :

The people of Bunnell need your help' and appareritly-'you ROAST lbm 5'8U.
''- are the only ones who are In* a position to be able to help us.
The story goes 'back several years,to the efforts that have
been'made Iby the leaders of our community to surmount the
S. D. A. Coice .
problems that had to be,overcome to obtain a sewerage systemfor

our Bunnell people.was started as a sawmill' town about seventy years CHUCKFrosty STEAK Ib. 68<

ago. It was started, in 'a low almost swampy area. Of course
they did not know when they started the sawmill that seventy
years later there would be a city of some 1200 people living in
this small area. Morn>SMOKED"'SHOULDER (6-8( Ib. Avg ) SLICED FREE
As the town grew fill dirt was continually hauled in to
try to keep us above water during rainy seasons. And, we have
done our best to keep this area as well drained as possible. PICNICS ib 45 But, the fact remains that when we have heavy rains our individual .
septic tanks fill up and our bathrooms. will- not function
The drainage ditches 'along the streets fill up with,water-
and this: water is contaminated with raw sewage. The Health Choice Juicy Streak O'Lean

Department sewerage system./tells us it Is a'health hazzard. You see .we need.'a.; AL[M MEAT STEW WHITE BACON

With the prospects of several large developments such as '))b. '" lb.
Levitt and Sons and Marco Polo coming to our county we need 580

to""up date" our community to take care of this '''anticipated, ,

growth.The Bunnell City Commission has been,working for'the past Fresh Florida Grade( "A" D & D ((2-2/2 Ib. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

two years to solve this sewage problem. Obviously a projectof ,
a million dollars or more is not easy to solve. .
Their efforts to solve the money problem ,brought them: into WHOLE Ib. 29<
contact with several state'and federal agencies that make
grants and loans available to small towns such as Bunnell.:
After years of planning an "arrangement": was worked fora
,state grant a.federatloan of $92,000 under, PL, 660 and a grant
and, loan of. nearly $1.000,000 from Farmers Home Adminis
tration. Bunnell was placed on top priority by FHA and'was I. WESTERN i! BEEF LIVER
Informed to proceed with engineering plans with a promise of SELECT & ib.58j
funds being available this year as, plans are completed.Now .
the people of Bunnell entered into a contract with.. an -
'engineering firm to complete sewerage plans. at a costof 52000. Bush's PINTO' BEANS OR No. 300 Can
This $52.009Was( to be paid the engineeers of lunds promised E"'
by FHA. BLACKEYE: PEAS 1O0' + '*' f.'Kraft's,SALAD ,DRESSING

Last week we learned that the FHA budget for this area
has been cut by 50% and that the Bunnell project: is cut off Red & White, STEWED No. 3O3 Can MIRACLE WHIP

( totally for the present. And we owe the engineers $52,000 :for, TOMATOES: << Ea. 190
plans which 'are almost completed.+ Quart
i We are informed that congress has not yet adopted a bud- Jar ,
Campbell's (Limit 3 Please) No. 1 Can
get for 1969.70 and that we might or might not get the prom- '
ised loan during the year. Our application :for PL660 funds will TOMATO SOUP Each 1.0e 1 with $5.00 or more food order
soon expire if we do not proceed with the sewerage project .
Bankers tell us that it is not possible to float a. bond issue Kraft 18 oz. Jar
under the present market even if the legal obstacles could be Pillsbury's (Sweet
GRAPE For $00 or Buttermilk)
overcome. JAM ; JELLY 3
However, we can and must borrow $52OOO to pay the engi-
neering fee now. If we, do not get the grants and loan: at a Giant
later: time we shall be paying off this debt over the next ,ten LIQUID izeIVO' Ea. 4geBISCUITS j
years and have nothing but an unfulfilled promise :from FHA.

We recognize, as do FHA officials that, a year from sow 10 Cans S100 1
our engineering plans may be obsolete due .ito changing govern- '
ment regulations and changing personnel who interpret these MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE :
regulations. In other words it could be now or never for this
greatly, needed program in Bunnell.
FHA officials came to Bunnell and personally expressedtheir FROZEN FOODS, _
"condolences". They did not suggest any possible remedy 16 '
.... to the' immediate problem. Certainly they did riot suggest that 1 T. 47" Morton's 14 oz. Size
we appeal to our Congressmen and Senators. CREAM For .
But being political beings we do not' know any other route' Limit 1 with,.$5.00 or more,food order Z 590Morton's '
to take for an appeal for assistance. There must be some way
that you can help us out of this dilemma. Not because we voted .CHICKEN-BEEF-TURKEY
tor you and ertch of you did get a good majority in' Flagler FRESH; PRODUCE POT
County ,but, because we have a real problem alld'w9 cannot 2 S&: 390 ;

solve it without your,. help. U. S. No. /IPOTATOES .

Sincerely ,10 Bag
John A. Clegg TIDE


This was 'the theme of the Chamber of Commerce member- Doz. 490 2 Regular

ship drive as expressed by Lee Drazba, membership fund chair- SizeAPPLES dlp
man.' 4 Ib. BAG .

The Flagler Chamber of Commerce really does hold manyof Ea. 5ge Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order'
the keys ,to the future of Flagler County. By all business ,

and professional and interested citizens ,joining, together for .' .
,, the common purpose of getting the best for Flagler much can
be accomplished for the county., 'I
7. No' one would be' so naive as to say that the Chamber of
Commerce broughtffMarco Polo, Levitt and Sons or the District
"' Forestry Headquarters: ,to Flagler: County. But what Is even more
f' important is that Chamber of Commerce officials have worked
r.J. .' .... very closely with these peoples : ". ROOD RODGERS .
min" I
p;,; Ail' active Chamber'Commerce can continue to work with Itll
,, '' new developers'and hope to gain,considerable economic advantages
tor'Vf ebu4lness'and professional people of,Flagler County. Ml|
...... Without 'jfcis ;Nose contact' and, influence wa. cannot expect ||ll"
!, inuch'cogperation or benefit from the "uiiim nnin III'
. ; proposed developments. '. OPEN SUNDAYS '
@;r-f. ':. In fact, 'it is even conceivabe that we could'' be worse off. But 8iOO a.m.-1:OO p.m. Phone 437-3227
P y the ,officials of Levitt* and Sons Marco, Polo and Florida .Power Quantity Rights Reserved U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

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FLAGLCR TRIBUNE THURSDAY. SEPT. 18 1969 cal issues as well as world

affairs.In .
and Light have assured the,public officials and the Chamber of recent editorial \ '

Commerce of their willingness to work closely 'with us. made your the statement and you I \ ,

Can we afford to pass up this opportunity ? Can we afford quote, .As a matter of fact, iEiIIIIJ1J
not to have a strong Chamber of Commerce. Can we afford to Flagler Beach does not havea : "j'

idly sit by and watch these new developments prosper while we resident School Board member '

wither away on the vine? z and Bunnell) does not havea : ,
A strong Chamber of Commerce is our only answer. Your resident County Commissioner. --
membership is necessary-for a strong chamber. An election of ." This I is a' true statement MBS. KENDALL FLAGLER COUNT

officers will be held immediately after the membership drive.Let's but I"would like to point REELECTED DORCAS CHURCH DIRECTORY tl
out-a fact that 'many people
get the strongest officers available to lead us in growthin
may not know.' There are four CLASS PRESIDENT
(4) County Commission Districts
As Lee Drarba says, "Bujr a Future Jn Flagler County". 1, 3, 4 and 5 which intersect Mrs. Edna Kendall was CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe
John A. Clegg the city limits of Bun reelected president of the Rev. Father Anthony
nell. It' Is therefore possible oDrcas Class at a meeting Leon Pastor

Dear Jack: that 4 County Commissionerscould Monday night at the home ofMrs.
be elected who would Fred Fruits, S. AA, .. St. Marys Church, Korona
T TIlEX have been reading your editorials reside in the city of Bunnell. | Beach. Other officers elected Sunday Mass..._.._.. 7:30 a.. m.,
LEs S (Since 'you=. have been ."* Sincerely to .serve with Mrs.. Kendall Weekday Masses: Monday.
#, EDJTOI writing! them. I, have: found were Mrs. Marvin Parker vice Wednesday and Friday, 8:30

._ them moat informative! on lo- Louis JSteflik president; and Mrs. Fruits, ... m..

secretary. Blessed Sacrament Chapel
fi I. ate,. M.Mw.-nw. A,visitor Mrs. Jennie Green Flagler Beach '

and eleven members attendedthe Sunday Mass .....__..9:00: a. m.
meeting. Weekday Masses: Tuesday

., Thursday and Saturday at
? DORCAS CLASS 9:00 "a. m.Catechism.
Classes. 3:00 p. m.

w "
) S.'r St. Stephens Bunnell
v- :c Dorcas Class members, their Sunday Mass:_._...10:30 a. m.
r families and guests are,invited Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
to a fish fry tonight at 7 Tuesday.
T'z' p. m. in the Baptist Church Confessions before all masses..
I Recreation Hall. Mrs. Edna Weekday Devotion: Novenato

Kendall president, and Mrs.J. .' Our Lady Wednesday and
O. Craig social chairman, Saturday after Mass.
are in charge of arrange.
ments. Community Memorial F
.. Church
PENTECOSTAL Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
Reverend W. Dicker, Pastor

CHURCH CHICKEN Sunday School .__.._..__:.9:45
a i DINNER 'FRIDAY 1 Worship Service _.11:00
Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
t Y :f fn kF:: : The Pentecostal Church is each month at 2 p. m.

sponsoring a barbecue-.fried

chicken dinner Friday, Sept. First Baptist Church

19 at the Bunnell Civic Cen ROT. ,Charles Anders Pastor
S ter. Dinners will be served Moody Boulevard Bunnell

from 11:30 a. m. until 1:30 p. Sunday School.945: a. m.

m. Proceeds from the dinnergo Worship Service...JL1OO: a. m.
toward church projects. Evening Worship... 7:30 p. m.

;;:: ) Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.

j ; SUNDAY. SEPT. 21 First,, United Methodist

Lambert Avenue.. Bunnell
,', The Christian Science Les. Rev. 1'ar1e'.A.: Wilder PaatOl'Sunday
son-Sermon this Sunday includes ,
a. m.
..: a prophecy from Isaiah -
Worship Service.. ..11:00 a. m.
And the loftiness. of
-. Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45
': 'man .shall be bowed ..down, .
p. m. Wednesday .,
and the haughtiness of1 men oil.
Choir Rehearsal:
shall be made low: and the
2nd and 4th Thursday at 33p.m.
s Lord alone shall be exaltedIn .
iF : that day." The subject of
{ djy MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
'. the sermon is "Matter".
6:30: p. m.
Another passage in the les
WSCS: 1st Wednesday at9a.m.
son, from Science and Health .
with Key to the Scriptures by Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
Mary Baker Eddy reads:
8 p. m.
u 'Mortals are inclined to fear "
ii Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes-
and to obey what they consider dayat7:15p. m..
a material body more than
they do a spiritual God."
; Flagler Beach United

DBJC Methodist. Church

A1 ( 'Frank Northrup, ,band dl. PASTOn'' s
( Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
rector' at Seabreeze Junior
Church School..10OO a. m.
High School, has been ap..
Morning Worshlp..llOO
: a. m.
pointed to the evening faculty
Womens Society Chrlstion
J'Tf 'of the school of adult continuing '
'Service: 2nd Thursday'of each

education at Daytona month at......_..___..9:30 a. m.
Beach Junior College.He .
will direct- new com
munity band scheduled to PENTECOSTAL

-. organize on campus this week. HOLINESS CHURCH
Northup is a 'graduate of Bunnell. Off Franz St.
h Tenn. and Is a candidate for Sunday School........10OO: a. m. .
an advanced degree at Roll. Worship Service..11:00 a. m.
-: .- ins College. Prayer Meet..Wed., .7:30 p. m.
( Membership in the band is Worship Serv..._Sun. 7:30 p. m.
i open to all according to DBJC
< officials. St. Thomas EpiscopalThe

Rev. Thomas Mably
r tia ,Charge
\ r: .{J nJ 4Y family of ,the late Mr. 3 miles east of Bunnell on
Thomas _Gillyard takes this Highway 100
opportunity of thanking the Morning Worshlp..10:00: a. m.

.. many friends and neighborsfor Church School..10:00. a., m.
cards letters, beautiful Holy Communion first Sundayof
floral offerings and many each month
,.. other kind deeds and acts
shown to them during the First Baptist ChurchN.

\ illness and death of their husband Central Ave. Flagler Beach

.' and father. Special Rev. Max HalL Pastor

thanks to Dr. Blanton and Sunday School.._.....9:45 a. m.
.i Bunnell General Hospital Worship Service_.11:00. a. m.
Staff. Wednesday Evening Prayer I
,.:ii.,' ."'.... From Service ..__._._..7.00 p. m.
"'I.: .:.II- You can't hear them laugh in a letter t The Gillyard and First Wednesday after the

. ,/1' fI Hubbert Families First Sunday of each month
Tit ;'s one of the reasons long distance calls feel;so good. Family Night .......6:00: p. m.

.. TO WHOM IT MAY. CONCERNS Business Meeting, 7:3O p. m.
I .. Community Hymn Sing 1st
,,> I,- Jasper' L. ,Braddock, will Sunday of each month 7 p.m.

@ Southern'Bell no longer: be .responsible
!- \ for any debts Incurred by ATTEND THE

;,_, 1 .4ioJ",_ 'anyone other than myself. CHURCH OF ''YOUR
;' ':" _. .;., ... .:..' wrtiw. j *' '? ....My, Jasper I
,.,;.. 'l ..*' >, ";.wrw. Braddock CHOICE ON SUNDAY3THE ,
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THURSDAY SEPT. ,18, 1969


I Mrs. Ernest Brief, Satellite

Beach. District 6 Director,
Florida Federation of Wom-
'...aMyr d y.w+ 6r an's Clubs, will be the guest
speaker at the Flagler Wom
an's club luncheon meeting
September 24.

-Woman's, Club President
Mrs. Ralph Hirst and Mrs. ,
Edwin Hirst were selected
delegates to the Florida Fed
I F erated Fall Board meeting at
1i Naples Sept. 1517.
Mrs. Keene Gurnee was ap
i proved as a new club member
when the club met last week. ,
The club members ,also
went on record as being op' a11N +t
., r,
ti posed to the'Everglades Jetport S
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WEHNER WAKEMAN roses centered with an or- .
Hall publicity cjaitrnan.
chid.Maid ,.:.E' ..'
:Miss .
NUPTIALS of honor was f '
Karen Wehner cousin of the FRANCISCA HTJGAS TO _
I bride who wore an empire :
The marriage of Miss Gloria A-llne gown of topaz organ. "
I Wehner and David J. Wake- za and carried a cascade of SATURDAY EVENING': :
carnations and daisies.
man was solemnized Friday Photo By Ted He In
evening. August 22, at the Miss Catherine Wehner The wedding of Franclsca
First Methodist Church Mad- cousin of the bride was Ann Hugas /daughter of Dr. Yellow, green and white was the color scheme in the home

? ison Indiana. bridesmaid and was dressed and Mrs. Russell' Blanton, of Miss Anne Bourne Thursday evening' when she entertainedwith

The bride is the daughterof identical to the maid of honor. Flagler Beach, and Robert a bridal shower honoring Miss Johnnie Ruth Miller Octo-

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weh Milton Abbott,.son of Mr. and ber bride-elect.
ner Madison Indiana and E. J. Chaffee father of the Mrs. Jack Abbott, Flagler The hostess, left stands at the refreshment table with, the

her husband is the son of :Mr. bridegroom was best and man.Don Beach, will be solemnized at honoree, center and Mrs. T. J. Miller, mother of the brideelect.The .
Ushers Jay o'clock
were seven Saturday eve-
and Mrs. E. J. Chaffee Flag. : and white to the honored
'hoStess presented yellow 'corsage
ler Beach. Wehner cousins of the bride. ning In/the Bunnell., First Baptist -
There was a reception af- ..Church. guest.
Dr. James McKinney performed terward at the Madison Elk's All friends and relatives of White predominated In the artistic arrangement of daisieson

the double ring. can- Club. the couple are invited to the the refreshment table. Assisting. with the 'serving were Mrs.

; dlelight ceremony. After a :wedding trip to ceremony and reception afterward 'Lee Bourne Mrs. W. O. Estes and Mrs. O. K. Herr. Refreshments
Escorted by her father the Florida the couple :will reside ". *
in the'church social hall. were served to twent -three invited guests. :
bride wore a floor length empire at 4800 Guiana Ave., Playa No invitations .are being sent.
gown of silk organza del Rey; C lll >mla. Mr. ,
with lace sleeves and a detachable Wakeman is Supervisor of CROSBY DINGESS FOUNDER'S DAY
court train. A lace Public Relations for Remmert- MORGANKOZLOWSKIMARRIAGE
headdress held her floor Werner and Mrs. Wakeman WEDDING VOWSEXCHANGED PROGRAM FOR UDC
length veil and she carried a is a secretary for Continental

cascade of carnations' and Airlines. .FRIDAY. SEPT. 19 Mrs. H. H. Murray Chapter
..,. Lora, Ann Dingess becamethe Historian was ]the, featured
Helen .Marie Kozlowski and bride of Ernest Crosby' in speaker at the annual found.
. FOODS DEMONSTRATED TO IDLEWOOD CLUB Dickey Ray Morgan will be a double, ring, candlelight er's day meeting at United

married Friday evening Sep ceremony Saturday eveningat Daughters of the Confederacy
tember JL9 at six o'clock at St. the Bunnell Pentecostal Thursday afternoon alt the

Stephens Catholic Church Church. The Rev. Gerald home of Mrs. W. E. Knight
Bunnell... .' Holloman .Deland performed Bunnell.

There will ,be a reception. the ceremony.
afterward at. the Flagler Miss Dingess is the daughter Mrs. Z. G. Holland :Jr., act-

Beach Civic Center of Mrs. Ethel Durrance of ing president conducted' the
All Bunnell and her husband is business meeting.
;: friends / nd relatives of '
the couple'are.Invited to both' the son of Mr. arid Mrs. W. J. Bunnell Red Cross Repres

21 the ceremonyr r rid, reception.. come Ocala. 0' entative Mrs. Harry Atkinson
rt The bride given fir marriage distributed 'ditty bags" to

'Mrs.. Ronnie* McDaniels of by her'uncle, Eugene members tQ be filled for servicemen -
St. Augustine Was the weekend Nipper, wore a floor length at Vietnam.The .
houseguest of Mrs. Linda gown of white satin enhanced
+: I Whitley in Bun fell. with 'a lace bodice wrist hostess served refreshments
9 length sleeves and 'a chapel to eleven men1bers.PRENUPTIAL .
BEACH VISITORSMrs. train. She wore a bouffant
veil of silk illusion and carried
Gail Squires and son a bouquet of red roses.
f George of Macon Georgia revisiting Mrs. Cora Adams, aunt of LUNCHEON "
at Painters Hill with the bride, was matron of hon
-------- Mr. and Mrs. Al Jones and
or. She wore a formal turquoIse FETES MISS HENRY
Miss Anne Fisher Florida Power and Light Company Home ,Mrs. Julia Harvey.Mr. crepe gown. The backof
Economist prepared and served patio foods to members of the the gown was accented Miss Myrlene Henry, Sep-
and Mrs. Burton D., tember bride-elect was honored

a floor length satin bow.
Idlewood Club Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. John Clegg.
Goodwin Flagler Beach, had She carried a bouquet of yel at a bridal luncheon recently -
Miss Fisher, second from right, serves punch, from 'a watermelon .
{ as house guests recently' their low mums. at the Whitehall Hotel,
punch bowl entwined with native greenery to 1 to r, Mrs. J. son,- Dr. Burton Goodwin who Michael Dingess brother of Daytona Beach. The lovely af-

Hargett Mrs. T. Lenssen Mrs. L. Stefllk and Mrs. Clegg. is a Radiologist at Savannah the bride; was best man. fair was given by Mrs. Walter

Memorial Hospital Savannah The bridegroom is a heavy Cody, Mrs. Dick Cody and
for their annual Hallo- '
Club members made plans Ga their J. M. Miss Melanie'
; daughter Mrs. equipment operator for Bates Cody.
ween ,masquerade party Saturday November 1 at' the beachhome Hall of Norfolk Va.;, and Land,Clearing Ormond Beach.
of Mr .and Mrs. Dale Brown. Mrs. Steflik, social chairman their granddaughter. Miss The couple will make their About twenty invited guests.

is in charge of arrangements. Jt was also'-announced the Secret Janet Belch, also..of Norfolk. home at Korona. attended.

Pal Birthday party was set,for October '14 at the home of Mrs.

W. W. Deen. Mrs. W. Wadsworth won the door prize.

WOULD YOU ..... k; ,


do-it-yoursel Tony and Mildred Kahlert v ALL DRINKS ARE FREE ,
returned home Monday after yr ;

spending ten, days in St. ry YOUVE| LOST ...."',.:.1."
THRIFTCOIN Louis _Mo., visiting their YOUR MIND! J'
l .daughters and sons-in-law ': q,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence Mit- BUT.. v ,ti4 I :
CAR WASH tier and family 'and Mr. and ,"' .
# ,
i Mrs. Glen'Schnuck.
25"' They were accompanied on
the trip by their daughter- -
in-law Mrs Tom Kahlert and, ,:,,'::, ,.' '." : ,

i t', Famous pressure '- spray daughter Dana of North Car- "f '.. ,' '

gives your car a "long-lost olina. ..' : ::", : .' .:.t ): "
Lug luatrel s It like 'i i :' /
new again. New cars washed Former residents Joe and :".".,... .::'' i .; 'l' Upon' prtttntttion of this ad .. ..,ill) i .. <',, ;''; ""' .."
:, Cw you and your write' or ...
ro your Kirf ,\ : '
pegularly. with Thrift scientilic -, Betty White. Holly Hill S. C. ; I "' b" ,'j. .ti, "'; friend! (wf >or\'t tell!) a frt drink fr ;tl' .
formula do not need to visited here the week : -' ,< W tldlnM' ,'. :
during '
I' be waxed or polished. .ever. end with relatives. r. .4'... 'I ",! :I>' : ST.AUGUSTINE'S FINEST RESTAURANT Il ',//+.t",, -,
Come on out and, try it. (: Ih ". ftATUltlHQ
Mrs. ,
Lenora' Gibson, Bowling '

THRIFTCAR Green. Florida, visited at i '.i" .. .
\ .
,' .: St. Johns Park last week with. ":" ... '-, '' '::1',! /" '
Pat. Peavy .
,: -: "::
I WASH n' .
US 1 Scott Sheffield left last Tues- .
BUN NELL, FLORIDA day morning for Saigon at pbs da Menendez Restaurant q MOST: MAJOR

P. S. Don't do your Vietnam where he will be em- (ON.THE WATERFRONT BETWEEN' THE FORT AND THE BRIDGE) CREDIT CARDS
laundry at ;Amps Laundry. ployed in construction work. I : ST.AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA ...
._ :
t Mrs. Sheffield "
>> plans 'to join
;.:21 Avenlda Menendez'' Dial '' '
:,. him at Vietnam 829-6282
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six trout In the five pound EVENTS P. M. ,

range, and numerous croak. Today, Sept. 18: Flagler ''Classes In Adult Educationwill DIES IN NEW YORK
ers; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bro-
die Beach City Commission* meetsat begin Wednesday, Sept. Mrs. C. Lehr of FlagerBeach
Flagler Beach caught 18
,. 7:30 m. at City Hall.0 .
large croakers; and Mr. p. 24 at Bunnell High School. has received word of
i Combs, Marlneland, brought (- -) Classes will be conducted the death of Harry .. Hickok,
in 18 large sheepshead.Trout The Flagler County Nursing Wednesday and Thursday of 76 of Boonville N. Y. Mr.
are being caught In Council meeting scheduled each week from 6:30 p. m. until Hlckok* a' frequent winter
varying, quantities at the today has been postponed un- 9:30 p. m. visitor at Flagler Beach died
camp.. til Thursday, Sept. 25 at 9:30a. : /(Subjects to be offered include at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in

Gene Hersey of Bunnell rescued m. at the 'Bunnell First. General Education, pre- Boonville, according W"' Mrs....
a small calf (yes, a United Methodist Church.. secondary, English, Math, Lehr. .r.,1.l .

young cow) from, the water- (-0-) Science. Social Studies, Typ- Survivors' include his wife,
way Sunday afternoon. Her- Friendly Circle of the,.Bun ing, beginning and advanced, Josephine Wagoner Illckok,
sey, fishing south of Bing's, nell First United MethodIst and Art. Courses may be tak- Boonville; a daughter 6ne

spotted the drowning calf in Church meets at 8 p. m. at the en for credit toward a high- stepson H ,."and."a step-daughter.' ,''" ,
the waterway and took It 'to home of Mrs. H. V. Peavy 305 school diploma, or for non- i -

Blng's. where the proper authorities S. Forsytlt *St., Bunnell. credit., Paul and Margaret' Rohrsv
': were notified. (We .. .(.0-) .., Interested persons may register I Malinta, Ohio, 'are guests of
The FISHING, LINE forgot to (ask about Gene'scatch for classes at the high the: Bernard 'Ko tJowskrs' at \
after Monday, Sept. 22: Flagler p school, weekdays from 8:00: a. Fldgler Beach. '. .. .
i I'' By BETTE McDANIEL being told about Lions Club .
meets at "
the rescue.) m. until 4:00: p, nx:: 'Registrations r. 'r I I
Flagler' Beach Pier (-0-) 7:30 p. m. in-'the' :clubroom at will also be accepted at !t.r r' 1.EOAI APVmtTISEMBMTWOTICK I

The :Flagler Fish'. Camp Mllland IIptel", Flagler. Beach. the first session Wednesday tmnEii 'F'CTIT.OUS'''
pompano are runningIn (0-) night. "
.' /the ocean and were Henry Aycock at Flagler Royal Neighbors meet at Notice la TVAMF2 hereby LAW glv n thaI i
caught off the pier on the 'Camp'reports action was '7:30 p. 'rn.,at 'the home of Mrs. the' undersigned, under the provisions -'
SAM SMITHTRANSFERRED of Chapter 20. 933. Laws
incoming tide Tuesday morning rather slow'during ,the week. Herbert Allen, 902 S. Railroad of Florida Acts of 1941. will( reg-
according to Clinton end. Strong winds. kept most Ave.,' Bunnell. ister with the Clerk or the Cir
Mosler. Anglers were using fishermen' from fishing in (-0-) ,(SP/5 Sam Smith, who was County cuit Court Florida In ,and upon for receipt Flagler: of; II
Nylure jigs'for the pompano.A Crescent Lake and all of the Bunnell Lions Club lunch- wounded in Vietnam,. Is ,convalescing proof, of publication of this notice .
few bluefish whiting, catches brought Into the camp eon-meeting at 12:15 p. m. at at :Ft. Gordon after name, the to-wit following. : fictitious
sheepshead and bass were., were taken from Dead Lake, the Bunnell Civic Center. being transferred .there froma Frank's Bamboo Lounge-
also caught. One bass ''weighting Aycock said., (-0') hospital In Tokyo,' Japan. under business which atr I Flakier am engaged'Beach In,, k'
seven pounds, was caught Mr. and Mrs. Tom' Brown of Order of Eastern Star Chapter Smith arrived at the US Army Florida. That'' the party Inter-

on cut bait.Several Jacksonville boated 86 No.. 96 meets at 8 p."m. in Post.Sunday night. ested Is as follows In said:business enterprise. ',' .
fishermen pluggingwith speckled perch, catfish and the Masonic Building, N. BaySt. His wife, Cindy, left Mon- Frank Pittard
Seahawks caught nice bream. R. A. Honeycutt, also .; Bunnell. day to join her husband and only and that person the undersigned Interested .In Is ,the the
catches of Spanish mackerel.Maslel' of Jacksonville, caught three (-0Flagler'Woman's-) will remain during his stay said business.
: said. nice bass weighing about '4 Club meet- In the hospital.His County Dated Bunnell.September Flagler 10,

The rough surf which has pounds .each.UNDERWATER. ing at 2 p., m at the club- address is: Ward A-12, 196 9*-. Frank Pittard :.
affected fishing in the area house 1524 S. Central Ft. Gordon Georgia 30905. Sept.
Ave., 18. 25. Oct. 2. 9, 4tc.
the past few weeks,.is subsiding SPLENDOR, Flagler Beach.
and the water is begin
So incredibly clear is the-
ning to clear up Mosler Said. lime-stone-filtered river waterat :.

Looks as if fishing,conditions Rainbow Springs, Florida's, DON'T FORGET
should- improve :within the most. naturally glorious at- O. F. ALFORD

next few. days.0 /itraction, which hi' located .
Fish-) three miles north of Dunnellon Real Estate BrokerRegistered VFW DANCE
Sing's Camp
on U. S. 41, Just '18 minutes ,
Fishing continues to be from 1-75, at Ocala, that
good in' the intracoastal waterway -. passengers in underwatercraft Bunnell, Florida BUNNELL CIVIC CENTER '
with varied catches being ,can enjoy a 400-foot'vis-
brought Into. Ding's. ta of fish (and flora The exceptionally Air Conditioned for Dancing Pleasure
Jim Craig, Bunnell, boated soft water requires

SATURDAY''NITE, SEPT. 20-8:00 P. M. '

I 3w Country -, Western Music By "Stovepipe Perkins"


Duo-Therm Oil .HeatersAND

.. ..
Fedders Oil 'Furnaces .

Hart Refrigeration & 'Elec. ServiceOld 4 WITH EACH OIL CHANGE AND' FILTER'

Haw Creek Road. Phone 437.3698


Hwy. 100 and Interstate 95 Phone 437-380O. \:, .

: We Give S & H Green Stamps'
22 ,

is hereby given that, the, office of Supervisor Hear Special Guest. r

of Elections, Flagler County, Florida, will I

be open for registration of voters daily, Monday Mr. Don ..Jordan'I" ,BEER-toast to America's economy ; ',; J"t.
thru Friday from 8:30 a. m. until 4,::30 p. m. ,

Registration books close October 4, 1969 at Flagler County Agent; The brewing industry is a massive and dynamic part of; :

5 p. m. .\' the national economy. Each year it pours billions of

1 dollars into commerce and government.
Mary'' E. SmithSupervisor :: .

of $1.4 billion In state and federal excise taxes. "f.' ,'. '" '

Elections'I I IO: -T.IrJ' $3 billion to employees suppliers and distributors. '.

I : ,WATCH".." j : $990 million in agricultural products and packaging r 1 II}


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT The brewing Industry:is a proud contributor to Arner: 3's I. .'
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TIP IN TIIR COUNTY JUDGE'SCOtlnT. prosperity. 'j
IN I'llOIIATE. No. 928 J
YOLUiU1 MINIMUM:$3,000-90 DAYS Deceased.H.l .- P.O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK. FLORIDA 37289. 't ..
''f .
'Ph.. 677-8217 175 W. Granada : "i"r.. f.,,. :tj.:. .......... ,:.
You. and each of you. are r-,
Ormond Bench.. Florida hereby notified and required to .
present any claims and demands
which you or either of you. may .
.have against the estate of REGINALD "
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIII! IIIIII1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111h, .. R CRAMP deceased, late 'of
of Flagler County Florida to

'the-'nfu.nttIls: ; office In of the Flagler County .

8:00 P. M months County.Courthouse from Florida.the within of Flagler first six n

> BINGO publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand must be
In writing and must state the
BEACH RECREATION HALL place of residence and postoiflce .
FLAGLER address of the claimant and
-SPONSORED BYJ" must be sworn to by the Claimant -
his agent or his attorney.
or It will be barred, according
Disabled American Veterans to law,
/s/ Harry T Pryor
..i' TONIGHT (Thursday ) HARRY for T. PHrOK the Executor Attorneys -- 1

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J Ia FREE REFRESHMENTS r P. O. Box 398Professional "
'Arts Build-
Jim$o e'ChaPt'er No 86 WJC'nne1l. :; r +
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N Army in Vietnam since July they,learn at home said Clif -THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY SEPT. 18 1969

About 1969.Mrs. ton.To TONY PARKER
Kurtz received a radiotelephone emphasize the responsibilities ATTENDINGUNIV.
Our Servicemen call last Tuesday of parents.: Clifton VISITS PARENTS .
:' from her son who has been said that last year there were OF TAMPA Tony Parker. who hasbeen, 'r'
transferred hospital in 60 children under five yearsof Federal
to a Communications
for the
'I'D. E. YELVINGTON Miss Mary Anne Stefllk left
killed and 3,450 were
Japan. His address is: PFC age Commission, In
recently for Tampa where she :
,SERVING IN VIETNAM Norman W. Kurtz JJS Injured In traffic accidents. Is enrolled at the Uulversltyof Washington during the sum.
51842594, Ward B-l 106 General "Assess your attitudes and mer, |'S visiting his parents In
Equipment; Operator Construction Hospital. APO San Francisco habits toward traffic safety Tampa. Bunnell before returning, to
a 1969 Bunnell
Apprentice Daniel E. 96503. and before you say they aregood college 'at M. I. T. in Cam
Yelvington. USN son of Mrs. remember that 'little'eyes High School graduate; is a Mass. ,
Ruby I.. Yelvington of Bun and ears are always ob. freshman at the university.She bridge,
is the daughter of Mr. and Tony Is the sari fc jfIrnd>
'n e11. is serving with U. S.Tfaval VFHP SAYS: serving and will probably imitate
}Mrs. Mike Stefllk, Mrs. foarvto, Parker,p Jjunnell.SPECIAL. .
Mobile Construction
you.Then make your decision
.. .. .
"Battalion 53 at Camp Haskins ," Clifton concluded. _
Worth near Danang In Vietnam Florida Highway Patrol

to .
today urged parents ... ,
The battalion Is serving an fulfill their,responsibility of COMPLETES LPN I
eight,,month deployment in teaching good safety habitsto COURSE AT DBJC 4 ft. x 8 ft. % inch $3k9S per Sheet

Vietnam. Its primary duty is their children by being a .', Sheeting Plywood. ........_.__.__.__.__. W
to support Allied Forces in the good example. Miss Sharon Salyerds and 2!' x,4", x' 8 ft. 65 <** EachFir'

I ,Corps area with large and Colonel Reid Clifton Director Miss Paqulta Hugas havecorpplete4 Studs .__.!.._...._....._...____........_..
...;.,".small-scale construction pro. of the Patrol said "' 'raf- the :Licensed} Prac
.(' Jects. It also conducts numerous fic accidents take a tragic tical Nursing course at the ATLANTIC HARDWARE: &
/ civic action projects. toll but the.most tragic lossesare school of applied' sciences at
The battalion is homeported the children killed and injured Daytona Beach ,Junior Col. SUPPLY CO., Inc.
jn. l>avlsville R. I. every,year..Parents have lege. BEACH''
the opportunity and the responsibility Sharon daughter of :Mr. MOODY. BLVD. FLAGLER
WOUNDED AT VIETNAMMrs. to teach 'good and :Mrs. Tommy Salyerds of PHONE 439-2303
safety habits by being a good Bunnell Is employed at Halifax
Norma Kurtz of Flag example." Hospital. Miss Hugas, .
ler Beach has received word Clifton: said that childrenare daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Rus
her' son PFC Norman W. easily Influenced at an sell Blanton of Flagler Beach, CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Kurtz:, was wounded in the early age. The parents are ,will be employed at a hospital
I leg during a mortar attack their most frequent contact so in Homestead. Florida.
{ in Vietnam. PFC Kurtz has their habits and attitudes toward H. CRAIG. Funeral Director + 9

;. ,. been stationed with the. US safety stem from What JOHN CAPO. Manager

'- ... Social 1 Security Am I LADY OXYGEN-



: Phone ID 7-3532
QUESTION: I was 65 years

old In March 1969 and did not 201 E. MOODY BLVD.. BUNNELL FLORIDA
sign up for the doctor bill insurance .
r'" :.. Notice of Change of Hours under medicare.When

j t .. can I sign up'' for this? ?. .
ANSWER: The next general
.. :... r <*< enrollment,period will be Jan
uary through March ''of 1970.
i *, 4-IOP.M.. You may sign up anytime .
;t. during that' period.QUESTION Attention ""
f' 1 1j ,
.,: f ;i I : My husband .

', ,v SUNDAY11a.ID.-10p.'ID., died in 1966. I am 57 years.
: old and completely disabled.I .. .
have never worked under social .
'".Tt! .,
; ; security and do not have
any children under age 18. Is
\ there any way I can receive
"' '
social security benefits?
ANSWER: A recent change.
in ,the, Social Security Law
makes it-possible for, disabled .. -
I r widows -between 50 and 60 ."Buy :'Your '!/ '
., ; -
years of age to receive monthly ..
benefits., : YOU'' should con. *
tact. your social security office
and file a claim for benefits
as' soon as possible., -
1 QUESTION: When my wife '
.died in 1965. I received the ,JVK CRAFT
lump sum death paymentbut
was'told that no monthly
benefits could be paid our '"'"Tile Biggest Little Fishing Boat Made"

young daughter since my wife
was not furnishing,half of her

., support and had not worked 6
out of the. 13 quarters ending ,
I II x1 ,zn > with, her.death. Has this been Direct f'ro.rn'the .
9 fit. changed?
.K AISWERi Yes. The law con-

cerning payments, of child
ren's benefits on ,the mother's Builders and SAVE
record has been changed. You ,

I should contact your nearest ; .
social security office and filea .
f ..:.; claim. ** :" :.
4 QUESTION: Where can I get ;

the" necessary form to have ,. .. -- .
,. ,
my name changed my social ''.
< .
F security card-I Just got ',
married? '

7003 ANSWER., It's, green Form in color OAAN-is Stop in at Our Plant,

available: 'at, most post offices.
It's always ,available' at

social office office.can. Your type local upa (U.S. Highway South See

'. vtFy'r Tyr. i 9 'y {: new card while you wait, if
you bring your old card' with
Them Made Get
.' Being ,
When. I get
Uy 9
4 V sJ married my name will,be the '
... ,, same, 'as' : 'my sister-in-law's Specifications and. Prices!
how will 'we, keep our social
., /. security ,accounts separate? : '
4YY, 3YaN ANSWER: The Social Secur .. ..

.. ity Administration"" has been ; "- .. .._, > ,.. jf -y.
keeping separate'accounts for : y
thousands'of John Smiths. To > : : : ;:'
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directory $ :
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remember extra directory listings
Yellow Pages. So straight, make sure that your ,. .
I cost'very little. And if,you're In business you should be employer gets your correct

.. in the Yellow Page too. number because even though J and .K Fiberglass EnterprisesINCORPORATED
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', the. deadline's' almost here.. Don't miss it. our will keep the same number. .

8' Business' Office now. These questions and an- I .
swers are furnished by the
local social security office
':Sciiirn7" 115 N.. Ridgewood Ave., Day. \ BUNNELL FLORIDA

, @ 1I Yellow tona Beach. If you have any ,
additional questions we In;,
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Clifford Hlgginbotham underwent -
IN COUNTY JVtian'H: COUnT Madelyn' Neeley, Relda Gar.
KL.AUI.iait C IJ'NTY. VIoitI. I am sincerely surgery Tuesday Sam Brpadaway; of Bunnell
IPA grateful to del Carolyn Buckner, Charles .
friends morning at University of Chi
IN 'UOIIATF1 NO. 62O for the cards visits was a candidate for the Shrine
Donahue } Decker
IN IZH: ESTATE OPAL.ICP3 "' and : Oryjlle cago Hospital. lie is recover-
A. I)I LI/UN aka, Snd8e* I received dur Catherine now l1. ;Edna Black ing in Intensive care and his Ceremonial last weekend at

ALICE Al.ICM,,D1LLEN DUEHsJn; aiCa DILLEN mentmy and confine ,, Sharon Hall ''Jerry Johnson condition is reported as wellas LakCity<< .. '. .

JVOTIC13 Deceased.TO CUKUITOIt "I also wish to express Ruth Joseph Hunter Lemos Barnes Pelllcer can ,be expected. at this .. ,Flagler Countians attending
TO ALL PERSONS! my time Shrine cererrionles
HAVING appreciation the were
CLAIMS: Oil to the DOctOrs 'DISCtIAR ES; '
DEMANDS His address isr Universityof
AGAINST SAID ESTATE" and Staff at Bunnell Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Scott Mr.
General Donahue
YoU and each ot you are hereby Hospital for ''their Christine Charles Chicago Hospital. S:3 950 and Mrs. Charles Chambers
any notified claims and and required demand to die and thoughtfulness. kindness' Donahue, Jqdith Decker, Timothy East 59th St., Chicago, Ill. Mrs. W. E. Knight, George
you or either of you may have These Carmody < ;Russell Yel-' 6O637 Div. of Neurological English Mrs. Broadaway and

against said estate In the otflce been expressions .have. vington. Phillip Edmonson. Surgery, Testing. daughter Su Mr. and Mrs.
of the Honorable deeply
T. K. appreciated.
a Knight, County Judge of flacrler' Mrs. Karen Hodges, Ophelia Mrs. Higginbotham will' be .Ernest Prough Mr. and Mrs.
County, at his office In the Court Lizzie Sedessle a:I, Varnes Pamela Sheeler< Sandra staying at the Shoreland Hotelin John Botterbusch and Carl
House In
Runnell. Florida, withIn Townsend Mary Williams Chicago while her husbandis
six calendar months from the Carroll.
time Of the first publication of Bertha Mlnchew Eva ,in the' hospital. "i t ,
this notice. Each CLASSIFIED ,, .
claim or de- Wiser Jerry Johnson Jack ,
mand must be In
writing and ""
contain the place of residence Hewitt Ruth Evans Agnes ,
and post. office address. of the ADVERTISINGTROPIC Everhart Wilda Williamson

claimant by the ,claimant and must, his be agent sworn or attorney to ,Louis Ouelette, Charlotte Fiagler County Insurance;

void. or the same, shall. be ". iii .Lutton Sharon, Emery i


Klrst Executor Publication I : 4 Sept. STETSON Agency Inc.
P. O. Box 298 Let us help beautify Flagler .ENROLLMENT AT .
Bunnell, .Florida 32010
Attorney for' Petitioner. ,'. County Large variety of ever ALL-TIME HIGH All Forms of Insurance :
,' .. Sept. 411, 18, 25, 4tc greens palms hedge plants. 1
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN : 5% miles S of Bunnell on Stetson University has the '305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 '

COITNTV JIJOOK'S COURT':V*',:*'.> -U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc largest enrollment in its 87 Rtuuaell. Florida 32010 .,4 .

PL.AQL.KIt COUNTY KL.OU- 'SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain year history :Vice President
IN I'llOUATK No. 85S fields Installed: Rota-Roter John E. Johns announced to. =

LILLIAN Estate of JOHNSON, snail shell. Reasonable prices. day. Florlda'sl''hiest universi
Deceased. Call George Jarosz 437.3410 '
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT ty has 2,842 .&tudents, sur- I

AND APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE _____ passing last year's high of

Alt persons. are hereby notlftedthat NEED NEW TIRES?? See our 2600.; % '
the undersigned as execu- selection of ATLAS tires. Before ,

the of administration said estate, has thereof completed and buying' check with Knox There are 1,900 day studentson after you see. ...

has filed in said court her final Oil Company, U. S. Hwy. 1 for the DeLand campus, a record -
report: and application for dis the best deal In town. TFC 325 law students in St. your doctor. .
charge., Objections thereto
any should be duly filed. After Petersburg 342 graduate students 4
tiling proof of publication show- WANTED-Babysitting to do In Brevard County and bring your .
ing this notice has been published
in home NO
my weekdays.
295 evening- students in De-
once a week for four consecutive -
weeks, the 'matter of approval AGE LIMIT.' Reasonable rates. Land and Daytona Beach. The ,. prescription to; '
of said l report and the Contact Louise Mazzatto at
ordering of distribution of- said freshman class In DeLa'nd has
estate will come before the 4373981. Aug. 28, 4tp 490 students, an increase .of

First court. publication on August 28., FOR RENT OR TRADE 40 over last year. Sixty-five' &A.IDftW1
1969. Stetson freshmen are Florida
/Malcolm L. Johnson Small unfurnished 2 bedroom Scholars.: I
As Execuor* of said Estate house % block from ocean 3 Regents Again
blocks year more Regents Scholars Professional Bldg. '
% from Flagler Beach
P. O. BOX 298Bunnell fishing pier: Call 4392317. chose Stetson than any other
Florida private colleg'e 'or universityin r' .
Attorney for Executor Sept. TFC: Florida.
Aug. 28, Sept. 4. 11, 18. 4tc.
LEGAL carrier for Flagler Beach and -
IN :CIRCUIT COUnT FLAGLER Bunnell area. $50 per. week fP." '
to start. Phone Daytona Beach -.J> '<> '
ACTION<< No. 611-E *
LOCJrJLH. UIHL.EIN.: JR., 2522549. Sentinel Star Co., J"J., { ...... !
Plaintiff, 124 Bay St. Sept. 11 18 2tc. 'i. ':., : .. ,
VII.a :' : '1' J.ioII: .... Can't ,
ANNA T. UJHLEIN, It. .xMM. seethe .
Defendant. .REGISTERED AKC Black Toy: s. ,' '
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NOT CE" I r and Miniature Male Poodles. .:, ,. .. 'i f'f' :, ..:.. t. ; ." :::. $
TO: I' 9- ." ,
ANNA T. UIHLEIN For sale or trade. Can be seen .7 "
c/r, Mr. Dave MolonarlG608 Trailer : "' food 1 ;
Lanham Station Road at Ponderpsa Park- .. ..". -., ; .J'
Lanham Maryland 20801 'Star Route, Korona.Mrs.: :Maxine ,; fY
YOU are hereby notified thata Miller. 9-18-ltp.- > ...,:.' ., .
Complaint for divorce has
been died against you, and you : 1 r
are* required to serve a copy of 1969, Volkswagon Camper,, : '. "
your answer or pleading to the only 9000 miles, fully ,equlp- for .
Complaint, to the. Plaintiff attorney
LELAND :I. SHAW P. ed. Like new. Will sacrifice.
O. Box 296. Bunnell. Florida Phone 437-3820 or 437.3240 Itp
32010. and file the original an .

:;eerC or r pleading of the In Circuit the I office Courtof of SPARE .//TIME INCOME :aF. r
Flagler County. Florida, on Refilling and collecting money' l 'i.,' rhu# < xo

or before. 1969.the If 29th you day to of do September so, from NEW TYPE high-quality -

an order of default will be taken coin-operated dispensers in s .s, I If
against you for the relief demanded ; :
In the Complaint. your area. No selling. To qualify
DATEDat Bunnell. Flagler you must have car, references f ft .
County Florida. this 26th day ofAUOEbRaE $600 to $2900. cash. Seven t ;I
k 1t3.a
M. MOODY Clerk to twelve hours weekly can g i"
Circuit Court. Flagler
County Florida net excellent monthly Income.

(Official Seal) More full time. For personal
By: Kathryn 1.. Emery ,
interview write UNITED DIS- _


P. O. Box 296 32010 P. O. BOX 10605 Dallas. Texas

Attorney Bunnell Florida for Plaintiff 75207.' Include phone number. __

Aug. 28 ADVERTISEMENT, Sept. 4, It, 18, "tc.LEdAL UNCLAIMED Sept.FREIGHT. 18, Itp. ;


transistorized stereophonicHigh
IN PRORATE 022Estate
Fidelity consoles in $
of ? < 5at' F'Y a. {s ny
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VERNA ir. FOLK Deceased beautiful hand rubbed finish. d :
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a, THE STATE PERSONS OF FLORIDA.INTERESTED Deluxe ,BSR ''speed record ".' 4 '
IN TUN ESTATE OF SAID changer and 4 speaker audio .

,.: 1\\. ::e. DECEDENT: notified that system. Td be 'sold for $79 S
You are hereby _
.tn 1 a written Instrument purportingk each. Can be paid for at $6 ____
:::: / ment the aid Decedent Will and has bee .a month. May be inspected in l

A.*,,l':* admitted of to probate 11said warehouse at 529,.Vol usia in

",;,,.. ', Court.You are hereby commanded Daytona" Beach. Mon-Fri '9 a Then what you need is a modem no-frost r

', within six calendar months from m-6 pm- Sat,v9 am.lpm. Itc. refrigerator-freezer.Y0u can always see and _
'f' the date ot the 'tlrst
'>., ot this notice to appear In It said BANKRUPT STOCK easily. get at all the food in the freezer section. ;.
Court and show said No more chipping at cakes of Ice to'' "
,: :r;,' can. why the action of Six ,new 1969 zigzag sewing, away x
;'4"Court you In admitting said Will to machines to be sold for $29' get the meat out for supper. No more puddles ,, )

1 N probate Should not stand unre- each. May be paid for'at $5 of water in the refrigerator and on the floor ., _" .
il/s/voked. T. K. McKN10HT monthly. These nationally ad. when you defrost. Because there is no #' _
,;. 'County Judge Flor'lda more defrosting I : "
Flagler t/.69.: vertised machines carry a full ;; M ? _
to First publication on factory'guarantee.. May be,inspected -' And today's refrigerator-freezer has 50%more 3- '''

-f. Attorney for Exe rrcesP. : In; warehouse at 529 space inside for 50% more food.Yet it fits -

is Pt O. Box 868P Volusia Avenue Daytona "in the same space'as"your old model. .

_ Dunnell, Sept.Florida f. 32101018,6io... .tc Beach Mon. Fri. 9am 6 p I ji, And whenyou get a new refrigerator.freezer. f 1I

f ADVERTISEMENT m., Sat. ,9 am 1 pmItc.. don't throw the old one'away. Many people xw --w---' b
LEGAL the old one in the family '
." time put room garage. .a
'I OF COUNT JUDGE calendar months 'from 5' 5. It's """--" "---- -'."
COURT or patio. great place for party foods and
," IWK COUNTY FLORIDA of the first publication of this 5
N l.ER notice. Each claim or demand beverages.: See your appliance dealer about the .
? EJ :08T VERNA 91l FOLK must be In writing and containthe .
wide of no-frost .
A place of residence and post, i range refrigerator-freezers. "..
Deceaeed.TiCS TO CREDITORS! office address of the claimant 'y ", I, He has a model. and a color for you. .,.
N HAVING and must be sworn to by the ', .'
TO C L ALL.A 't. !;IrEnSONS V Bl"" on 'I Eht\NDB t.. claimant, his agent attorney' ,' \ '.4 Having two refrigerators won't hurt your I 1iI l

.' ACAINST'SAID'and each of ESTATES you are beret 'or Mrs/Helen the same shall S. Krouse be void.and),[rs.< *..' '. I .J..;' t.\ budget, because there have been eleven rate ?, I;;: .:'" _

You notified and required to tile Betty K. Carnahan coexecutrlxs. i reductions since 19571:The average price*, '.f :fI "
by and demands which Dyes/ .W. Farris McGee'' : .l 4 i. FPL-served t. '>.. fLOftlOA POWlrf ft'LMMT CPA ',: .
10 any claims of you, may have First publication on 9-4-69.. ,. paid per kilowatt hour by families* 1h 'i .}
,". : or either: I t the 0111CC W. Farris McGee. r. today is one-third less than It was in'19571 "*1.

.../' '., Of&Fonorable sT K. Attorney. 01| Box for 356 ExecutrlcesP. There's no match for nameless electric...;.,. ://j: 40

h'y\ oJ CC' thelaCourt! House Bunnell Florida; 32010 '. )
In Bunneli; Florida within six Sept. 4. 11. 18. 25.; 4to. f',

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I / Kendall were, honor guests at
Jo Flagler Post No. 115 dinner
\ \ meeting Monday night at
Bunnell Civic Center.

'Walter Morris, Boys State
Chairman, acted as- Master of
".' \ Ceremonies and Introduced
Mike Barber and Bruce Ken
dall who told of their experiences
as delegates to Boys
.s State at Tallahassee last sum

... "' mer.Morris
; ii also, presented certificates -
.... +: k4 1 and medallions to
\ \ c e Donna Stefllk and Davey' Sol
omon who were good citizen.

.,I'' ship award winners at Bun
f nell Junior High School last

Jasper White Flagler
;: Red Cross representative, told
the American Legion about
f the Red Cross, project to send
ditty bags to servicemen. She
said each ditty bag' would
"''I o cost about $5 this year.

Mrs. White said they would
.. accept either cash or article

... -- contributions. The bags will
be filled at 2 p. m. on Sept.
rhoto by Theo C. He In hdto: Dy Ted Meln
29th. The American Legion

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