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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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System ID: UF00079914:00405
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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, r" :The Christy Green. 17 N. Highway BY LEGIONNAIRESPlans
Flagler Tribune A-1-A, was admitted to
Bunnell General Hospital for the annual Veterans
Day program and parade
Tuesday morning for treat- 1
ment of bruises and cuts on were made by the. American 1
her cheek and possible Legion Post 115 at their meet

VOL. 55 NO. 42 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1967 S3.50 A TEAR shoulder injuries sustained fn ing Monday' night The pro.
an. automobile accident that gram was scheduled for 10:00a. )
occurred about 8:00: a.m. m., Saturday November 11.
YOUTH WEEKEND AT FIRST BAPTIST She was enroute to Daytona Commander Levi Brarmam ,

Beach Junior College to attend appointed Nag Abraham
l.. Beauty School classes Raymond Smith and Joe Par- j

[ when her small foreign car risk chairmen. ,
overturned on Highway A-l-A Carl A. Peterson, Jr., COr- I
about seven miles north of nelius M. Ryan Jr. and Joe '
'-, Flagler Beach.VIRGINIA Parrish were welcomed as
new members.. Jesse V. Knox:
was reinstated as a member.

Members ,voted to sponsora
I' I COUPLE Turkey Shoot October 29 at t
INJURED ON 1-95 the Bimini Bar, Hwy..100. .
C'I All post members were urg : 4
Calvin Blackston, 51, and ed to attend the dedication of ;' ; 1
I 'his wife Dorothy, 50, were the Veterans Hospital In !
Y R' O/ M F t. I both Injured In an automobile Gainesville October 2223. I
y accident Monday morn Accepted .an invitation of' ;
( I. ing on 195.Blackston .
, Deltona Post No, 255-to par
f *a + 6 a television an. ticipate in Deltona's Veterans
nouncer from Roanokwe, Va. Day program 'at 2 p. m. Nov.
said he was driving south on

, the Interstate Highway when 11.Qut of town visitors 'attend.
he came to a curve that ing were Mr. and Mrs., John
wasn't there and swerved his Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
car off the highway. Gendron and Mrs. Pat Grang
t'3, Both were admitted to
If r 9 er of Deltona
: Bunnell General Hospital
S where his condition Is listedas
t'iti satisfactory. He Is being
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treated for face and head BUNNELL BULLPUPS'BEAT
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cuts.Mrs. HASTINGS
Blackston was trans. TEAM 38-7
w ferred to Halifax Hospital Intensive The Bunnell Junior Varsity
Care Ward Unit In
4 Baptist Student Union Team from Stet. the activities of the Bunnell Baptist\ Church Beach defeated Hastings 'Jayvees
Daytona Monday af
.r son University. Left to right Stan Christian, Youth Weekend. g ternoon where her conditionis here Tuesday night 38.7 for
season.The :
their third win of the
!
Ruth Nemec and Alan Celoria, will direct listed as serious. She suf.
BuUpups have a 3.1 rec
The Youth Council of the fered face and head cuts and

\ CITY WILL HIRE First Baptist a week-end Church geared is sponsoring to FLAGLER BEACH possible Interial injuries. ord.Bunnell scored 4 touchdowns

I in .the first half and two In
:ANOTHER the Interest of the teen-agers PTA CARNIVAL the last half.
of Bunnell. Activities will be.
POLICEMAN, gin with a reception for the SET FOR. OCT. 28 LEBRO GUILIETTI Fast running Joe Burnham

The Bunnell City Commisslbners High School football team and' The annual. Halloween BEACH RESIDENT scored four touchdowns for
their dates and the t the Bunnell team on runs of i
voted' 3 to 2 to hirea coaching Carnival sponsored by the .
staff immediately after the DIES IN CONN. 65 yards; 35 yards; 20 yards
second policeman at Mon. Flagler Beach Parent-Teach
Friday evening In the and 2 yards. ''I i
day nights meeting, After, a, .Church game Social Hall. All teenAgers -' ers Association I U s scheduled Lebro Guiliettl 56, died ErneatVll1lams, carried the \1
0 request from Levi Brannam of the church ,and their for- 'Saturday;"'Odt ber '28'-atO- "Monday, October 9, In a Hartford ball 12 yards.. for the ,:fifth f tl I
: who appeared before the guests will participate. the: Flagler Beach Element Conn hospital after: a score on the board.
board Monday night, the School. _' long illness. oil"
The program will continueon ary Warnell Williams scored
commissioners voted to hire Satudlay at 2 p. m. with The fun-filled event will Mr. Guiliettl 'had been a the final T. D. on a 40 yard, I I
another policeman to replace recreational and fellowship begin at 1:30: p.m. with a pa- resident of Flagler Beach for pass play from Mark Strick '
Charles Worley who resigned activities of the church. High rade for costumed youngstersand the past thirteen years. land. .
about two months ago. The lighting !the Saturday activities decorated bicycles. The He Is survived by his mother The extra points were scored
city now has one policemanwho 'will be a semiformal Fall parade will form at the Flag. Mrs. Luta Gulliettl of by Ernest Williams and
is on duty at night. Banquet in the Social Hall at ler Beach City Hall and pro. Flagler Beach; his sister, Mrs. Joe Burnham.
Other' business of :the commission 7 p. m. Tickets, for the ban. ceed to the school where costumes Neva Capo, Long Island, N. Y. Coach Jack Hardin playedhis
included: quet may be secured from and bicycles will be and a brother, John Gullietti, substitutes most of the
I Agreed to write a letter to Beth Matherly, Bobby Robin ,Judged. Prizes will be awarded Vernon, Conn. last half. '
Dr. John Canakaris stating the son, Sue Broadaway, or Mary for the prettiest, funniestand Funeral services were con. The Bullpups will seek
city would install culvert on Ann Steflik. An entertaining most original costumesand ducted in Hartford Thursday, their fourth victory 'here next
his property at Bacher and musical program will be presented the best decorated bicy- October 12. White-Gibson week when they play the
Howe sts. when construction in conjunction with cles. : Funeral Home In Rockville, tough Lopez Green es. Lopez '\
was started at the site. the banquet. Immediately following the Conn. was in' charge of ar- beat the Bunnell boys last
Accepted the audit report A talented youth team from parade the carnival activities rangements. week 714. i
from auditors obertson, May, the Baptist Student Union at, will get underlay. Game iI I
Zima and Company for the Stetson University will give booths, cake walks and varIous !
fiscal year ending Sept. 30, direction to most of the ac- concessions' I will be as- YOUNG ANGLER SETS RECORD s sr
1967. tvities throughout !the weekend sembed in the school build-
.... Agreed to notify the City including both worship ing. A special attraction ad-
Water Maintenance Supervisor services on Sunday, October ded to the festivities will be ,
to cut-off all delinquentwater 22. a "Favorite Dessert Recipe
accounts.. Delinquent Stan. Christian of Valdosta, Contest". The contest will be
customers are charged a $ .OO Georgia will do the preachingon in the school cafetorlum 'at .. ; I
cut-off fee In addition to their Sunday, as well as providing 3:30: p.m. and is j open to all
water bill before service Is some folk music (through. residents of. Flakier County. I
restored. out the week-end. Judges for the special event
Instructed P. S. Johnson, Alan Celoria, a Junior in will be Judy-Santuccl, Florida OR tI ,. '
Building Inspector, tQ inspect the Stetson School of Music, Power and Light Representative .
.. will provide special music, direct and Bun 4
a burned out building on US Nancy Cathey",
Hwy. for the purpose Df con the) youth choir, and act nell High School. Home Economics ,
de naHon proceedures. ,as M. d' for the Fall Banquet. (teacher. Additional r -
Ruth 'jNemec of Palm Beach, contest Information may be i
Agreed to allow the American n
Heart Association of Day. a senloi education student at obtained from .Mrs. Janet _ N 1.1'I 1
Stetson, will direct the
recreational
Cummins, Mrs. Muriel Good
tona, Beach area to solicit
knd
'area. fellowship activities win, Mrs. Sue Baldwin, 'Mrs.
funds in the Bunnell '
and assist in the special Ida Lerch or Mrs. :Kathy Wat 1
music.
Special guests for the Sat. son.Highlight .
PLAY
BULLDOGS
: of the eveningwill .
urday evening program in- ) I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS'- ; ode Jeanette Ferrell, Senior be a seienee fiMion movie
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"Not of This Earth" fb
be
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k tHERE : Music Strident from Stetson 'A
FRIDAY NIGHT and Ron Smith of Atlanta, as shown In the cafetorlum. The :
a musical team. Miaa T'flJ'eJlOrmf1'IY film will conclude the carnival :
The Bunnell Bulldogs will "Mis Jackson- activities. t + r
be :looking for their seeead ) .

win of the season Friday vlTAll ten.agers from the FARM BUREAU
night when they meet Keystone Bunfiell area are invited toparadpafe MEETING OCT. 28
Heights I at Bulldog In the cfcmehMrvtefs The Flagler County Farm
Stadium. Game time is 8 p. m. on October 32 and Bureau's fifth annual meetIng -
The BunneU eleven ha a to lend their influence! to the will be Saturday, October
1.4 record to date. emphaslfc of Evangelism ferToday's 28 at 7:30 p. m. at the Bun-
The Bulldogs racked up fTeenagsrs.TAX Dell Civic Center.A j
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their first vMory last Friday I free barbecue dttms* will : "
night when they: beat Florida be served to all Farm sfereau ;
D & B 120. Quarterback John member and their families.Bessrvadons .
JUMUMORATTEtfM Photo by Theo C. H.ln
McDaniel scored the first for the dinner-
touchdown when he carried > MaT meeting are being taken at Greg Price, 11, Flagler ounces and 4 pounds-11 ocs. I
the ball over from the 2 yard Flafler Onuity Tu Aaser. the county agent office In the Beach, is shown with the two The 8 pound Mackerel is
line. Warren Williams ran 40 or Don Moon Mended the courthouse.The large Spanish Mackerel he the largest on record at the
yards with the ball to score Sixty Fouttft Annual Conference Farm Bureau Talent caught recently while fishing pier. The young fishermanwas
the second touchdown in Fri of Tax Assessors of Florida Show will be the featured en. at the Flagler Beach Pier. The usfaf an artificial ta*
day nJghfs game. in Sarosota October 14-18. ter'tainment.ojln fish weighed 8 pounds, 5 for bait



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mUllS.. OCTOBER 19. 1961
2-THE, FLAGLE3 TrJBUNECHOICE ----
ititr: JRlaglrr) i mrUUU1fINCORPORATED
CLASSIFIED

BUN5EL1L. ;..FLORIDA. k .. ADVERTISING FRYER BACKS ,:

LEI? WILSON
Editor and PnblUher Ctcw.lNC.. 1 rXSrtoT NECK BONES j

BETTE & McDANIEL
News Editor RAT -4c per word. Minimum
charge per ifcsuo S1.00. RIB TIPS

De.lpated wiper for alt
L*.>> Adrertlclarf Lbs. ;
FOR feENT-' Unfurnished two S $1
bedroom duplex apartment.
Entered Baas matter
second
&I
Screened porch and car porte.
February J, 191 J. at the pott .
Ph6ne 10-19.1tc
offco) at Bunnell :Florida under 437-33M.
Act ,of March 3. 1871. U. S. D. A. Choice

lOo Per Cop, Apt.FOR with RENT Garage-Small Ocean furnished"front, SIRLOIN : $
0>e Year __, Wo canal back, city water. $33. STEAKS $1.09
Bht' u..i. $2.0o
--- Mrs.
month utilities. III'
OoUlde Flatter Count/ a plus or T-BONE
i.i.oo Per Year Leeta Gulllettl, Beverly Beach.
Phone 4392159. 10.19.tf

Lean "FRESH"

_[ERS 2 back Bedroom of Brannam's unfurnished Grocery.house: $

pro THE Contact evenings.Duane Deen. 437.3228 10.19.U, GROOND'Western BEEF 3 lbsM $1 1 .49

EDITOR FEMALE HELP WANTED

." INTERVIEWERS WANTED- i'SELECT"BEEF
Market research firm; needs

Dear Editor: telephone Interviewed survey, ;for work part-time In November v ,.
For seven or eight years we and December, LIVER IbN 53
have been spending the wln-' No selling. Must have good .
ten iri.Flagler.Beachnd decided
phone voice, private line,' and
we would include thecity be ,willing: to, make calls, In a. .. .... / .---.. .....
iii' a tvfrd week/s} tour we' .
re enjoying j around the court. evening.phone No.Please,. county reply:,.education giving, Lyke'i "Siigfcr trick*' Herman's "ALL MEAT'

try. and experience, to MEDIA
We're' happy JQ, see great STATISTICS,.INC:, Field Staff, FRANKS BOLOGNAFresh
Improvements around Flagler 8121 Georgia Ave., Silver
Beam; Mfg wife l\d..J enjoyed
Spring; Maryland, 20910. 12 oi. Ii.
the .new! ThrUtway store 39 49
last year; and rUiV, the bead; 10-19-ltc. Pkg. V I
tiful new,Jiffy 6tore freplaces Used solid wood table and
the old dilapidated buildings. four. chairs, _1750. Jerry's Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (22z lb. Avg.) WHOLEIb.
on tto\tte 100 and is so brightly Furniture & Appliances, Old
lighted' at nights and convenient Dixie Hwy., 2 miles S. of Ko-
for earl y' and fate rona. Phone 4373752. Itc. :
shoppers. The old shakkled 29
house removed from WANTED-Woman to care
the d'THin and BArh&iiBar for nursery Children, SundayA. .
really makes a potlceable M. and P. M. First Baptist
difference improving the' general Church, ,Bunnell, good pay. ,
"cleaned.up" ap'pedrante Contact Rev. Anders, 437.3213
There Is,kn addition t6 or 437-3924, 10.12.2tc LEAN '

the construction City pier| which Building! we under
to expand the tackle shop, chanic wanted. Applicationsbeing
and !create: a porch or lounging taken at office on 300 All Flavors 3 oz. Pkg. -
South Bacher. 10-12-2tc
area for the visitors.

We always enjoy sitting FOR SALE, RENT OR LEASE, JELLO Each :tOe CHASE & SANBORN
outt. lde watching the ocean 15th St., 1 block from ocean, .
and walking up and down 2 bed roOms, Florida room
the beach late afternoons Ph. 437.3472 1012.tf Blue PlateSALAD Quart Jar COFFEE
after dinner, and now the
new provisions for visitors to Producing Farm Wanted, from DRESSING 3ge Ilb.
enjoy a lounge is a good 100 to 300 acres Flagler or : 46)e
thing for the Beach. Putnam Counties, Willard M.
The natives may not notice Walker, Broker, 1034 Nova Canada Dry CLUB SODA or Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
these changes as it takes place Road, North, Daytona Beach, GINGER 8Pac. Car. ..,. .. ,

gradually, but to (the winter 32017. 1012.2tp ALE (Plus .;49... ."..,.c,.. '-- ___ _u OJ, ..,...... ..
visitors it Is pleasing. But we
do not like the looks 61 the SINGER DIAL Martha Whit}? VELVEETA
City Park since its torn up.
We 'can't understand why the O SELF lb.
MATIC MEAL 39t
5
pretty Commissioners park .It tore was'very up the CONSOLE MODEL, SEWING RISING Bag CHEESE

pretty, and there d esn't MACHINE, Must place in your Regular SJie (Save 8c) _'
area., A-1 shape, Zig Zags,
ib.
seem to be air need for
any
extra parking lot We miss the makes buttonholes !, fancy de. DREI FT DETERGENT 99
24e Loa2 f
signs, sews on buttons, appli-
park, you notice it when you' .. ,
eques, monograms, etc. Sold '0" OJ '
r
re driving through or enjoying ..
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walking about new( for over ($;300. MUST SAC. .e. n' ..
RIFICE. Just.pay balance $62, BBB _______
My wife and I expect lo foe
back in Flagler In Januaryfor or assume $8 monthly pay. WESSON OIL FROZEN FOODS[
our usual winter residence m nts. Call, Credit Manager, -
COLLECT Jacksonville 353-
Alex and Julia Rigby 1946, anytime. Will deliver, 24 6z. icliAufe Maid 12 o ":an
No obligation.
Oct 5-12.19-26-4tcFlagle BottleLimit 39 ORANGE JUICE Each 3ge

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain l
llijds[ Installed; Rota-Roter '- ,1 .with... .$5.00, or more' food order-... Foremost (ALL FLAVORS)
snail shell. Reasonable prices. ICE

Call George Jarosz, 437r3410 FRESH PRODUCE MtlK 'carGtoalli' S4t

RU 8-1-tf ..... .,,, "h. .
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U. S. No. 1POTATOES -

MARTHA WHITE( Plain or S. R.)
For fas!fliestr/te 10 & 49*

READandUSECRAIG Golden RipeBANANAS FLOUR

2""' Z3e lb
1
5
TribuneBUNNELL 37C
r Yellow CookingONIONS Bag

PHONE 437-3282 3 Bag' 29cLimit 1 with $5.00 or more food order




FUNERAL HOME

A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO. Marnier

AIR OXYGEN III'

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Phone ID 7-3S32 OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437....,
8:00 1:00 U.S. No. 1 BUNNKLL
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3-mE FLACLER TRIBUNE THUBS.. ocrOBER 19 1961 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' said election is to be held and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
shall publish said names as required -
by law.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN !: RESOLUTION BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat REQUEST FOR BIDS

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! WHEREAS. It is necessary and there shall be prepared and Notice Is herebY given that
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF imperative that additional reve- furnished to said Inspectors the East Flagler Mosquito Con-
! IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA SEVENTH JUDICIAL nue to that to be raised by General election for use at said electionthe trol District of Flagler Beach.
, r "FLAGLER COUNTY' FLORIDA CIRCUIT IN AND FOR. Levy be obtained for the necessary ballot box s'Andballots Florida will accept sealed bids
, !. CAM ,,1V*. 22. FUAGLKR COUNT operation and maintenance of as required by law; that at rthhf office located 7 miles
CASH NO. 134
AONESJT. LEPORE.. the public free schools In Special the form of ballot to be used In Flagler Beach on Highway
,,'lalntlfRAYMOND JOHN., ..LONGPlaintiff. Tax School District No. 1 in said election AIA.. up to and until 6:00
ll'tit substantially -
Flagler County Florida as created [. on Tuesday October 24.
follows
JOHN LEPORE. WASHINGTON" under and by virtue of the as 1967, or postmarked prior to that
Defendant ANNA : LONG' laws of the State of Florida and SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT time and date, for the following
Defendant this ford estimated that for the NO.1. ELECTION FOR for fiscal year ending Sep-
NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE : TO NOTICE] OF SUIT next two years a 4." mill tax FLAGLER COUNTY, 'FIX>jUDA. ,tember 30. 1968.
8TATH OF FLORIDA :
TO: ANNA LONG real HELD ON NOVEMBER 7. 1967.
RAYMOND JOHN LEPOKB WASHINGTON on the and personal prop. Furnish approximately Twenty -
Residence erty. telephone, telegraph, and BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX Thousand (20.000) Gallons
RESIDENCE AND ADDRESS
ARE UNKNOWNYou You ARE HEREBY; notified railroads in Bald district Is nec DISTRICT NO.1 MILLAQBINSTRUCTIONS No. 2 Fuel 011 to be delivered to

are heYeby notified that a that an action for divorce has eaeary'for the ,exclusive purposeof the I?patriot's Storage Tanks: at
been filed against you and you TO : '
.
operating and maintainingthe VOTERS Shop north of Flakier Beach.
suit has been filed against you .
in the above entitled cause. ; and are required to serve copy'Ofyour public i free schools in 'saiddistrict Indicate by marking an "X in Florida, In quantities suitablefor
written defenses if any to the after line whetheryou
filehisrCou space 1. capacity storage
you are hereby required to it Bruce H.' Davis, Attorneyfor k.h apo
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on favor >the proposed mlllage which
with THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED
t serve Tarcopy Plaintiff whose address Is levy which Is necessary Jfpr .the. 6,500./rallonl. Quotations 'to. Include -
and to Box 617. Crescent City, Florida -BY the Board of Public Instruction echool'term.: '
approved all applicable taxes and
thereof' upon the plaintiff Or of Flagler County.
whose and file ,the original with the If ydu1 favor a different mlll to be a firm bid. based on 60
plaintiffs attorney.! > name Florida that an election is hereby
;
Clerk of the above styled Court age levy, "wrl/e ihe Jevy .f ay- degrees F. 'Temperature and Jto
and address ifs: called. to be held on the date you
on or before ,November 4. 196,7; "
I. or after line Z.r state terms of payment
CHARLES LUKE. II herein filed for the 'purpose
otherwise judgment nay be
ATTORNEY AT LAW a herein specified.BE 1, Estimated' mlllage levy required Furnish approximately two
entered against for the relief -
l NORTH: lUDGETyOODDAYTONA demanded In you,the Complaint. IT FURTHER RESOLVED .for',regular- .term (4.89)) thousand (2.000) Gallons Regular
WITNESS my hand and' the BY said Board that an election mills. Gasoline. Gasoline shall meet
FLORIDAnot
BEACir. seal of said Court + all of the minimum requirements
on September shall be and Is''hereby'orderedto
OCTOBER 8. A. for
later than Regular Grade Oas6-
1987. Z7. Un.Georlre be held in Special Tax School line ,
D. as set forth by the Department
'ir do Defaultwill M. Moody District No. 1. .Flagler County. 1.
you fall to 2o. Clerk'Circuit Court.n..ler' QthemUIagre (leyy of Agriculture of the
Florida at the voting places in
be entered against you for Florida State of Florida as authorized
In the bill County, said District hereinafter designated
the relief demanded by Chapter S25. Florida Statutes -
of complaint The nature'tof said (ff- N-> on the 7th day of Novem- 1861. Gasoline inspection
Janice Murray ber. 19(7. at which election shall BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
l
suit, toping Deputy Clerk be .submitted to' the qualified BY said Board'that this'Resolution be '90 or better.
seal ..Oct. p? 19. 19. 20. ,4tc.LEGAL electors ,qualified to vote In such! of the calling and holding
WITNESS 'my hand and Gasoline' to be delivered to the
residing In said District
of said
election election shall be
published -
of 'said Court this 21 st day pf ADVERTISEMENT" who have taxes District's Headquarters north ofFlaglerBeach
paid on each week for four
once suecesslv -
A. D. 19C7. Florida In
SEPTEMBER 'quan
real or personal property in paid weeks In the Flagler Tri-
GEORGE M. MOODY tltle.for tank facilities.
-storage
IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S District u required by law. the bune, a newspaper of general'
Clerk of said Circuit
COURT IN AND FOR FLAGLBR Bidder' to furnish Storage
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Court following 'propdiltlotf.; ,to-wltf circulation throughout the County *
I COUNTY. FLORIDAFILB Tank "of 500 gallon capacity!
of of Flagler. and published insaid
(Offlcal Seal) NO. 849 Determination :the number with 'dispensing Pump! 'and
By Janice Hurray IN REf Estate of DAISY I. of mills of the District School County, that a -noticespec Meter.
Deputy Clerk WALKER Tax in Special'Tax School District ifying the names of the Inspec.
!1ept.J: Qct; ,C 1%, .19. 4tc.TEGAL Decea.ed.NOTICE No. 1 to be levied for each tors ''and clerks of election Inlaid Quotations to Include all ap.
TO CREDITORSTo of the next succeeding two years District, shall be publishedonce pllcable taxes and to be a linn

all creditors and all .per for the exclusive. purpose of'operating In said newspaper at least bid., stating terms of payment
'. : ADVERTISEMENT sons havingclaims or demands And maintaining the fifteen ((16) days before the .holding Furnish approximately &two
thousand 2.000 Gallons L. p.
against said estate. publlo free schools of said District of eald election.
FORFLAGLER' Oas delivered to 'the 'District'sHeadquarters
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT.. You and each of you are hereby the 'e.tlmated"mllIaie required BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED north of Flagler
COUNTY, "FLORIDA. notified and required to present for each of' the next two BY said Board that the Chairman Beach, Florida. Bidder to furnish

CIVIL. ACTION N.. 232 any claims and demands year being' '(4,89) mllBE \.. and Secretary of'thll'Board Storage Tank and dlspensnlg -
which you or either of you. 'may IT FURTHER DISSOLVED!: are Instructed to take all otheror pump with meter 'Quotations .
IDA; BORENSTEIN Plaintiff. have against the estate of DAISY BY THIS BOARD that the following further steps as may be needful -, to be firm bid and to state
L. WALKER" deceased late of places are hereby designated in accordance with law to terms of payment '
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HERMAN v.BORENTEIN, Flagler County. Florida to the a* polling places in said carry,this Resolution'into effect The bulk require
Defendant.' Honorable T. K. McKnlght.County' District In'w, en said .election PASSED In open session by the menta will be required from May
NOTice OF SUIT Judge of Flagler County. Is to be held: rterO' Public) Instruction of 1st. 1968 thru September. 30.
County Courthouse in Bunnell, ,
County Florida'at its 1988
;
TO HERMAN 'BORENSTEIN, PRECINCT NO. 1 Bunnell
: FlagUr County, ,Florida withinsix
meeting on 'the 27th day Sep Bids to be opened at ,the OfficeortT
Residence .Unkn wn. Court House.PRECINCT. of -
months from the date of the '
,You rare notified that a .complaint first publication of this notice. NO. 2 Flagler tember, A, p; 1967. at Sl1lJ Wednesday P' M October. 25' -1967"
for divorce has been filed Each claim or demand must be Beach Municipal Building. Harold Emery Bidder shall be
against you,'and you are'requir In writing and must state the PRECINCT NO S Haw CreekCommunity Chairman of the Board Sucprllltul followings the District's notified -

ed'to verve a' copy ,of your 'ani place -residence and post of. Building, of Public Instruction of tabulation of Bids. "
ewer or pleading to the com- flee address of the claimant and PRECINCT NO; .3-A Korona- Flagler County Florida The District reserves the
plaint 'OD the plaintiffs attorney must be sworn to by the claimant Church Hail.PRECINCT. (SEAL) right to reject any and all bids
Samuel !V. jiolch. 110 North his agent or his attorney NO. 4 St Johns and to 'waive any Informalities
Third .Street. Palatka. Florida. or it will become void according Park-Community Hall.: ATTEST. : In ,bidding.l
and file the original answer or to law PRECINCT NO. 4-A Dunn lI- Coy G. Harris. Jr.Superintendent 1 rift Flagler Mosquito

pleading in the office'rtO the Each creditor, .hall, deliver.sufficient Masonic Temple. and Ex. ,;Control District'v.. .
Clerk of the above on or PRECINCT NO. S Espanola Offlclo Secretary To'The Board pf Commissioners
before 4th day November.- 1987.It copies of his claim to enable Community Hall.PRECINCT y Board. of Public Instruction. Lyman L. Gage. Secretary
you fall\ ttr do sou Judgment the County Judge to. mall NO. ,5A. AIA High 'Oct. 5, 12, 19",,26, 4tc. Oct 18l2to
by default :wIll 'te taken against one to each personal representa: ...., way--Johnson's Fruit Stand.
for the relief demanded in '
the you ComplaintDone I tive.Dated 1tP7ted September 28th, A. D. The foregoing election 'pre.clncta The: ,Bed Sea, ,,1,5QO wiles
being all the election precincts
27. and 1987.ordered this September /sLucille WalkerAdministratrix in said Special Tax School' The Florida Canners Asso.' long!,is an Jmportant shipping! !

George M. Moody of the Last District No. ,1 In Flagler County, elation says'Florida'citrus: processors lane ,between Europe and
Clerk Circuit Court Will and Testament of Florida ""
utilized a record 85 Asia. '
per
Florida DAISY L. WALKER BE it RESOLVED
Flagler County
(SEAL) Deceased that fURTHER appointthe cent of ithe 1 66-,7 season's

By: Janice Murray First publication on: persons who are to be Inspectors l ,OOOOOO boxes of oranges Norway's largest pity 15.
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- OCTOBER 19. 1967 Weekly SermonRev. WELCOME WAGON OPERATION By i CLEAN,

FILM SHOWN TOWOMAN'S Hilton Beosley:

Oliver F. Taylor, Pastor
CLUBA Wielding soapy towels, vacuum

Bunnell Methodist Church film depicting activitiesof cleaner hoses, and wick

;::;-: IDENTITYThe the Welcome Wagon was brooms, the Senior Class of

I. tf classic question which shown by Mrs. G. C. Prior, Bunnell High School kickedoff

LOCALSMrs. eventually gets around to Holly Hill, supervisor for a fundraising campaignthis

every person Is, "Who am I?" East Central Florida Welcome past Saturday.
Psychologists list a major Wagon, at the Wednesday af President Ray Krutz and

problem of today as loss of ternoon meeting of the Flag. Treasurer Tony Parker and a

Walter Morris is a patient RED CROSS DITTY BAGS Identity. It is easy to thinkof ler Woman's Club. Mrs. E. P. host of hardworking seniors

at Halifax Hospital In people as being things Fleurie was hostess. completely overwhelmed A

Daytona Beach. She was admitted PROJECT COMPLETED while we participate In an Mrs. Melvin C. Nelson and vacillating, but ever presentline

Tuesday morning for age of computers. There are Mrs. Clifford Barnes were of some thirty, dirty cars.
35 American Red Cross
welcomed as new members.Mrs. Among the seniors making
medical treatment. (those today who use people
Christmas "Ditty Bags" for and love things. Therefore, Otis Magee, a former stellar'efforts were: Jim Ak-

Mrs. Pat Coffman and servicemen and women in the reality of life seems to be member and past president of ins, Linda McNab, Henry Bow.

daughter Maryann of Morris- Vietnam were prepared Woman's Fridayat Club in the material things rather the club, was reinstated as a ers, Darrell Britt, Alice Emanuel -
the
Flagler
James Williams Eleanor
town, Tenn. arrived via plane Church and than In people member. ,
Thursday for a visit with her by the following : Christians are taught to Welfare chairman Mrs. Sam Shill, Karen Moody, Vicki
Organization representatives Novick'' reported a need for Moore, Su Broadaway, and
parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Otis love people and use, things.
Nipper, who are both patientsin P. A. (Zip) Edmonson, Bun This Is the proper perspectiveby chlldrens clothing to be dis Kate Strickland.
Bunnell General Hospital.Mrs. nell Lions Club; Mrs. Victor which a Christian must tributed countywide to indi- Promising to clean inside

Buckles, American Legion; live because if the individual gents. Anyone who has cloth. and out, the seniors advancedthe

Evelyn White returned Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parrish, D. regards other people as objects ing to donate is asked to call slogan: "We need one

home Friday from Holly Hill, A. V.; Mrs. Mildred Sargeant to be used then the Individual Mrs. Novick. dollar and your dirty car."

S. C. where she visited a week Senior Citizens; Rev. and Mrs. reduces mankind to: Members voted to preparetwo At day's end, motorists, beam.

with her son and daughter In Max Hall and son John Michael a materialistic worth. With ditty bags to be sent to ing with satisfaction, drove

law.Joe and Betty White and First Baptist Church of this attitude one tends to lose Vietnam, according to Mrs. away in their spic'IJ1'-spa \

children. Joe accompanied her Flagler Beach; Mrs. Charles even his personal identity. Heydt, president.It cars.

home and will remain for several McCabe Flagler Beach Garden Christ Identified' himself was reported the District "Operation Clean" was a

days visit. Club; Mrs. Albert Batten, with his followers as a person 6 meeting of the 'Florida Federation success, and the Senior Classof

Community Memorial Church who was sent by God to ex- of Women's Clubs in Bunnell High School would

Moses and' Joann Atkinson, Guild; Mrs. H. G. Heydt, press His love. To God a Eau Gallic October 17 was like to thank Mr. Jim Hargettwho

Atlanta, Ga., spent the week Flagler Woman's Club and Christian is important as an attended by Mrs. H. G. Heydt, made it all possible by

end here visiting with friends Mrs. Wm. Givens, Methodist individual, one not Just as a Mrs. R. K. Hirst, Mrs. Frank donating the facilities of his

and relatives. WSCS of Flagler Beach. Other part of humanity. Only whena Brede, Mrs. V. W. Haines, Mrs.K. Standard Oil station, the

Mrs. A. F. Tucker returnedto organizations and individuals person through faith identifies N. Givens and .Mrs. Myrtle water, the electricity, and the

her, home In Bunnell Friday contributing money do himself with Christ is Streeter. whitewall tire cleaner which

after visiting a week in nations :were the Idlewood he truly a Christian. "I am There will be a social meeting saved a lot of elbow grease;

Cocoa with relatives.Mr. Club, James H. Tucker, Tuck the good sheperdj I know my Wednesday, October 25 at also, thanks to the citizens of

er's Grocery, Zip Edmonsonand own and my own,know me." 2 p. m. at the clubhouse. Mrs. Bunnell' who donated a dollar
and Mrs. Orvllle Ebllng Mrs. Vernon T. Brinson, John 10:14.FLAGLER Reynold Hoover will presenta and a dirty car.

of Lake City visited here Sun Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. Sam travelogue of her recent Although rather hectic from

day with his brother and sister Novick, Flagler Beach, and European trip to membersand time to time-(the station was
in law, Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Korona Community Club of BEACH MYF guests. often overflowing with cars.
Herr and family. Koroma Hostesses for the social are
"Operation Clean" came off
HAS BEACH PICNIC
Mrs. Fred Marks and Mrs.
Among :those donating items quite smoothly, thanks to or-
Mrs. Jack Hosford was ad. Harry Treadwell.
mitted for the bags were Catholic The Flagler Beach State ganizational efforts of President
to Halifax in
Beach Hospital Ladies Guild; Bunnell General Park was the scene of a beach Krutz, Secretary Parker,
Daytona where
Sunday picnic Sunday evening for and Darrell
Britt.
she' Hospital; Mrs. Stratton PARTIES COMPLIMENT
underwent surgery.Mr. Norcross, John DIxon, Southern members of the Flagler Beach DECEMBER BRIDE

and Bell Telephone Co; Mrs. Methodist Youth Fellowship. ELECT
Mrs.
Raymond White Mrs. Mildred Members conducted their "YOUR LITTLE BOY
Jasper
Cole, Anderson Indiana visitedin Miss June Elder, whose
Sargeant Mrs. Charles McCabe routine business meeting prior
Flagler Beach last week'wliJi marriage to Tom Kahlert will OR GIRL"Mama
their granddaughter ; Mett's Grocery and to the picnic activities. be an event of December 23,
Geo. M. Moody. Miss Donna Whitney was in and had
was complimented with a papa a boy
Miss Donna
Dearing and Mrs.
charge of the program and luncheon and girl,
Lucy Dearing. They visited In Mrs. Victor. Buckles, Mrs. Miss Kathy Bourne presided shower Saturday Their soul was white
given by Mrs. as
Walter Morris
Bunnell with their niece Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs. V. W. during the business session.It snow
at her home, 500 Chapel St., ,
Jeff Seale.BIRTHDAY. Haines, Red Cross Committeeof
was announced the
group Bunnell. They never went to Sunday
Flagler County wish to will sell bo ed candy and School
proceeds cause
and
Fall mama
floral ,papa *
CELEBRATION
arrangements .
: thank all donors to this
from 'the sales will be
centered the tables where the wouldn't go, :.
Debbie Sue Herr, daughter worthy cause and regret that. used to;purchase a ping-pan g guests were seated in the They never heard about the
due to lack of time all
of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Herr, and churches organizations table for the church fellowship dining room and breezeway, Love of Christ, that !thrilled

Bunnell, celebrated her ninth hall.Enjoying. and were placed at the childish mind.
throughout the vantage
County were
birthday Sunday evening the outing were While other
children
points throughout the wentto
with a family dinner party at not contacted. Special thanksis Dale, Debbie and David John. The hostess rooms. class, these children were
presented
extended to Ace a corsage
Drummondfor -
her home, Deen Road. son, Donna, Joyce, and Kenny left behind
returning the filled bagsto of carnations !to the honored ,
Whitney; Kathy Bourne,
Faye As
guest as they grew from babe to
the American Red Cross a memento of
Hutcheson, Barbara
CROUP Wilson
ATTENDSMETHODIST the occasion. youth,
Chapter of : Beach.
Daytona
David Abel and Mrs. Leonard
They saw to their
RETREATMrs. Kitchen Shower dismay
Johnson
and Rev.
and Mrs.
a soul that
Lee Blakely, Mrs. Reynold Hoover, sponsors. Mrs. Robert Cook and Mrs. white, had once(turned was to snowy
Martin ugly
McDaniel
Oliver Taylor, Miss Lucille ATTEND STATECONVENTION entertainedwith gray.
Walker and Mrs. Bill Fryman, FRIENDLY CIRCLETO a Kitchen Shower Satur
were In Leesburg Oct 17.18 to day afternoon at the Cook Realizing !they were lost,
PLAN SUPPER home they tried to win them back
attend a Methodist Conference Magnolia Ave., Bun
Prayer Retreat. Mrs. Leona Knight, Mrs. Z. nell, honoring Miss June El. but now the souls that once
G. Holland, Jr. and Mrs. H. T. Plans for a Spaghetti Supper were white, have to Christ
FLAGLER
HAVE MEASLES BEACH SHOTS STUDENTS Cook, members of the General will be completed Thurs der.An artistic flower turned their backs. They even
Joseph Eggleston Johnston day night when the Friendly arrange started back to church
and
ment
centered: with .
Ninety-six percent of all the a miniature
Chapter of United Daughtersof Circle meets at 8 p. m. at the bride Sunday school too.
Beach flanked
Flagler
Elementary by lighted
ithe Confederacy, Bunnell, Bunnell Methodist Church, ac They bugged
children have now been im tapirs, formed the centerpiece +the preacher,
'attended the annual UDC cording to Mrs. Jeff Seale, "Isn't there
munized against measles. for the serving table. An a thing that we
State Convention in Clearwater president. The supper is plan aut can do." The
umn color preacher tried
This was made possible by ned for scheme of green,
Oct. 1012. Friday, Nov. 3 at the and failed
and said
gold and "We're
:
the excellent cooperation between Bunnell Civic Center. white was carried
the school, the P. T. A. Mrs. Cook, president of the Mrs. Margaret Taylor will out in the decorations. tell Just too far behind, I tried to

and the Flagler- County local chapter, was appointed be hostess for tonight's meet The bride elect was the re you years ago, but you
you would "
Health Department, accord. State Recorder of Crosses at cipient of numerous lovely not pay no mind.

ing to W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal the convention held in the ing.All members are urged to gifts. that And once so more souls are lost
were white
Jack Tar Hotel. attend. as snow.
IDLEWOOD CLUB SUPPER Sunday school would have

SATURDAY NIGHT helped, but mama and papa

FUNERAL OFFERINGSVASE ATTEND GATHERING FAMILY in Halloween the decorations theme at was the Idle.used wouldn't go. Unknown

wood Club
covered dish
ARRANGEMENTS : :- POTTED PLANTS Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, per Saturday evening at sup.the .
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Newt home of Mr. and Mrs O. F. ALFORD
Dale
FRESH FLOWERS AND Hall of Flagler Beach spent Brown, Jr, 601 Moore St., Bun. Registered
the
weekend in Montgomery nell.

PERMANENT FLOWERSBlack's Ala. where they attended a Twenty-two members and Real Estate Broker
family get.together at the 'their husbands
Flower ShopFree home of Mrs. Moody's laugh delightful affair. enjoyed the BunnelL Florida

ter, Mrs. John Robert Persons. .A

Delivery While there the Moodys and

111 No. Forsythe Phone 437-3348 Halls were honored with a

dinner party given by Mrs.

Mary Mitchell and her daughter -
'
Jean at their home. after
I you see

TOYS WANTED VISITORS CELEBRATE your doctor. .
WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr.

and Mrs. Ralph Massey,
: ; bring yourprescription
New, used and broken toys to be repairedand Sr. of Atlanta, Ga. celebrated
distributed their 28th wedding anniversary to
to Flagler County Needy Children. c
Sunday! evening at party

For pickup contact FlaI.r County Disabled given by their son and daughter -

Veteran, Jim Boee Chapter No. 86. Phone 439240. in law, Ralph and Faye
Massey at their home, 209 S.
Forsy'IItl ,Bunnell. IJkuq4,

Toys may be l left at BunnH Dry Cleaners or The Maaeeys left Monday

Atlanta Hardware at Flagler Beach. morning for their home In Profesiional licit.41E .

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,ADVERTISEMENT HOSPITAL NOTES 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. OCTOBER 19.

AOTICE BUNNELL GENERAL 1007'j
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Notice I is hereby given that ADMITTED: 'Edward Eat- 'j{
,
seconded and carried. by made the ,man Flagler Beach; Carol Quantity Right 'j

of Board Flaglftr of Public County Instruction, Florida Stuckey, Flagler Beach; WE GIVE Reserved ,
at the Regular Meeting of said Charles Tonkin Flagler .
M E T T S.
Board held .
on the 10th day of **
Oct br, A. I). 1967, Inspectors Beach; Susan Mae Smith .
and Clerk of each Election District Bunnell: Gregory Crews, Bun TOP Prices Good 1

County or Florida Precinct, were In appointed Flagler nell; William Harris, Bun Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
and voting places or polling nell; Ethel McMillan Bun
places for each Election District VALUE and Monday, .
or Precinct In FlaKier County. nell; Otis Nipper, Bunnell; SUPER MARKET
Florida were designated for the Ruth Hunter, Bunnell; Vera Oct. 19, 20, 21

Number Special One.Tax Mlllage School Election District, Smith Bunnell; Louise Can. STAMPS and 23, 1967 .
to be held on Tuesday, the 7th trell Orlando; Calvin Black- 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
of November A. D. 1967 the said Phone 437-3201
,
Board of Public Instruction of stan" Roanoke Va.; Patricia
Flagler County Florida, having Hammelman St. Augustine;
apponlted the following named Chistlne Green, St. Augustine.
persons as Inspectors and Clerks BOSTON BUTTPORK
respectively, and having designated DISMISSED: Richard Duke;
the following votnlg or Shirley Thomas, Alice Thack-
polling, places for said election.
Precinct No. 1 er, Cecil Thacker, Toulou
Vote in the County Commis Gordon Neva Eisenbach, Mae- ROAST 47
sioners Room In Flagler County Lb.
Courthouse, bell Cruse, Marguerite Denl-

worth Pearl,. Isabel Woods Barrow,nellylorl\\r", .* son, Edith Bembry, Wilda 1
Inspect
or*. Beatrice. White Clerk. Johnson, Mac Dumas, Karl
PreeUct No. a Crouch, Gladys Lee, Carol
Vote In the FlaKIer Beach Recrea.tlon Townsend, Sandra Harper,
Center. Flagler Beach,
Florida. Samuel Goodman Dorothy LEAN DELICIOUS TENDER LEAN .

Betty Collins Irene Masemore, Blackston, Keene Gurnee.
Maxine Kelly, Inspectors, Cath-
erln. Wilson Clerk, PORK
Precinct N.. c
Vote In Community Hall Haw
Creek Flagler County, Florida. COOKOUT FOR HUNTERS 571SPARE 49
Taudy Bowden. Mae Klefer Bill and Freda Deen entertained Lb. Lb.
Barbara Inspectors.
Tucker, Clerk: Doris S the members of the STEAK

Preelaet N.. 8-A Ocala Forest Bunnell Hunting
Vote In Church Hall Korona,
Camp Tuesday evening at
Flagler County Florida ,
Alice, Imoeene Lyslaic.Strickland: Antoinette, Inspec Slovak their Bunnell.home East Moody Blvd., ARMOUR STAR (Beef) ARMOUR STAR

tors. Sophie Smlglelski, Clerk.
Preclaet N.. 4 About 35 guests enjoyed a
Vote In St. Johns Park Com- steak cookout. POT CHUCKSTEAK
munity Hall, St. Johns Park
Flagler County. Florida. .
Ports Shamblen, Mary Hard- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 59 59
ing Joan Harper,. Inspectors. Lb. Lb.
IV THE
Alleen Harding. Clerk.Preelset N: .. 4-A. FLAGLER. CIRCUIT COUNTY, COURT KLOHIUA. ROAST

Vote In Masonic Hall, Bunnell, CIVIL ACTION Ne. 231
Flagler County Florida. MARGARET A. DURLAND,
Amorette Wells.. Jennie Green Plaintiff
Grace Wray, Inspectors. NinaPftel.d
*
Pplvey, Clerk. HENRY IL 'DURLAND, Pure'Pork Homemade
N.. 5 Defendant. ( ) U. S. Choice

Vote, in Fl&gler Community Hall, Florida., Espanola TO; HENRY NOTICE M. DURLAND, "SAUSAGE 2 ""-99 ROUND STEAK Lb. '
up" *
Phyllis H i r s e Maxine Residence Unknown. or CUBE 9ge. '
Buckle! ,
Joyce Patrick Inspectors YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Mauise McKenney, Clerk. that a Complaint for Divorce
PreHaet N.. K-A has been riled against you. and Armour Star Lean TenderShoulder
Vote In Johnson Building AlA you are required to serve a copy
Highway! Marlneland, Florida. of your answer or pleading to Lb. ALL-MEAT Lb '
Helen Ruth Yelvlngton, Lillian the Complaint to the Plaintiffs ROAST 6ge STEW 6ge'Florida
Arnold, Inspectors attorney, LELAND B. SHAW P.
tlUftctfa
Clerk. O. Box 2)6, Bunnell, Florida,
By order of of 12010, and file the'original answer Grade 'A"
OfBOM-I World's Best
Public Instruction or pleading In the office of
County Florida, at the*Regular the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Meeting of said Board at Bun or before the 1$ day of November Family 5 Lb. $4j79 Ground Lb*.
FRYERS
nell, Flagler County Florida, 19(7. If you fail to do Package Bag BEEF Z 9ge
this 10th day of October, A. D. so. an order of default will betaken
im. against you for the relief
Harold Emery, demanded In the complaint.
Chairman Board''of Pub DATED at :Bunnell Flagler
lic Instruction of Flag County, Florida, this 16 day of. Flo-Cane Armour
ler County, Florida. October. 1967. Shortening ",_' _..
(SEAL) .
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ATTEST: GEORGE M. MOODY :

Coy O. Harris, Jr., Superintendent Clerk Flagler Circuit County Court Florida. :SUGAR VEGETOLE
and Ex-Offlclo Scretary LELAND B. SHAW, ,
to the Board of Public Instruction P. a Box 296Bunnell
of Flagler County, Florida 12010

Florida. 'Oct. U, Itc. Attorney Oct for 1*Plaintiff.. 26, Nov. 2, 9-4tc 5 Lb. 3 Lb.

Bag _39 Tin 47F


Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or Limit (1)) with purchase of $5.00 or

more food order more food order .
PUBLICTHE

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Bottle Deposit '

Limit ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or (2)) with purchase of $5.00 or

ENTIRE STOCK OF more food order I more food order



Myle's (Plain or Iodized) Niblet's (12 oz.)

COLES Variety Store SALT 2 B X. IOe W K CORN 4 Cans $4fOO JLf


Bush's (303 Can)
Campbell's Tall
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Black Eye Cans $< 00 Tomato Cans
PEAS
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SATURDAY OCT. 28 Everfresh (Reg.) Lady Betty 15 oz. Jar

BREAD 5 Loaves 95e CukWAFERS 2 Jar.4ge .


1:30 P. M. Everfresh (20 oz.) Thrifty

BREAD 4 Loaves 95e BLEACH / Gallon
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Golden Yellow Scald Sweet ((6
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BEAN ORANGE JUICE $ 00
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Crisp Fresh Master Chef Kraft .
MINIMUM $1.800-90 DAYS -
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FLAGLER TBIBUNE THURS. OCTOBER 19. 1967 BIRTHDAY DATA Saturday-Mae Kiefer.

Sunday-Dan Fralley, Marguerite
ROYAL NEIGHBORS LEGAL ADVEHTISEME1CTw Happy birthday this weekto Butler.TuesdayAnna.
MEET MONDAY,'OCT. 23 CHURCH :
Lynn Zam-..
Mrs. Irene Durrance, Oracle, TUB! CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH Thursday-Michael Minton, ba. I ".
will preside during the business AND roil JUDICIAL VLAGLEIl CIRCUIT COUN-IN NEWS iN Thelma Grotty, Shirley Blan- Wednesday Rev. Lester
meeting of the Royal TY. FLORIDA. ton, Victor Cowart Sr.
,
CASE W.. IT9. ... Stanton, J. 'K. White,
Neighbors :when they meet JULIAN U ALPORD.Plaintiff. Friday-Marie M. Kane Sharon Schlelcherfl Frank
'
Monday, October 23 at her
FIRST METHODIST Jan Murray. Peters Marvin Parker.
home on Hwy. 100 at 7:30 JOB ANf ALFORD. BUNNELL
Defen nnt. o ,
p.m. ; :Rev Ollrer Taylor Pastor

NOTICE! OF SUIT Sunday ,School, 9:45 a. m. "

TO: JOE ANN ALFORD. 1814Troupe Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. PROGRESSIVE
Street, Augusta, Otorgja. Methodist Youth Fellowship THE BEAUTIFUL and
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
HASTINGS MATTRESS that a Complaint for Divorce 6:30 p. m.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS ha been filed led Court aganlat, and you you In are the 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. ROBERT L. HANNAH

requested 1, Lambert Street.
and directed to servea
710-12 Lemon St. FUNERAL HOMES
copy of your Answer or other
Palatka Florida written defense to said Com
plaint upon JAMES H: TUCKED ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe Dedicated to dignity, service and economy. Lowest cost
Phone EA 5.9166
Attorney for "
Robert Stuart
Furniture Upholterlng North RIdgewood Avenue, Daytona Rer. by far }fn the entire area on any service of your choice.
Beach Florida, and to file Priest In Charge
& Reflnlshed the original thereof with the ,
Repaired We Invite comparison.; Serving !.falthl.
Clerk of the Circuit Court In ant Church School 10:00 a.m. your
Mattresses & Box Springs for Flagler County, Florida,
Made to Order.. Also Renovated Flagler County Courthouse, Bun- Sunday. U. S. J-POLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH
nell Florida on or before the Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 18th day of November, 1967. Communion first Sunday of CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE:
It you fail to do so. Judgmentby
After 6:00 P. M. Default will be taken and each month.. .
entered against you for the re. Thrre'miles east of Bunnellon "'
PRICES REASONABLE
lief prayed In said Complaint.
DONE 'AND ORDERED atBunntll Highway 100.
BUDGET IF NEEDED
PLAN Flagler County Florida
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this 16th day of October, "
Jut as near as your -- -
W7.' BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST
Phone or Post Office
GEORGE M MOODY Charles D. Anders Pastor
Us Card CLERK AF THE
Drop a or ,Call AUCTION I
CIRCUIT COURT 'Sunday: 9:45'a.rn. Sunday
Free Pick-up & Delivery Deputy By Janice Clerk Murray School.

(SEAL) 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
Oct. 19, 26. Nov. 2, 9, 4tc. 7:00 p.m. Training Union.

8:00 p.m.', Evening: Worship. S

Service.Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer EVERY SUNDAY

BUNNELL CUSTOM, KITCHENS Nursery, all services.
2 Blocks East of stoplight, 1:30 P. M.

FREE ESTIMATESCUSTOM Moody Boulevard.l.BUftNELL.

BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS 4 MILES ,EAST OF BUNNELL

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES. PENTECOSTAL'HOLINESS 4 MILES WEST OF FLAGLER BEACH

Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods ,Her:, John I4ng ld, Pastor 1 MILE WEST OF INTERSTATE 95

FURNITURE REFINISHING Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.

Worship.Service, Jl:00 a. m. QN ROUTE 100
,'Now, Serving'Bunnell J MilerJhll, Surrounding: Areas, Life Liners) Service, 6:30p.

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Evening Evangelistic Service .

Call Collect. 437.3513, 7:30: p. m. You Name It-We Have It!

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:$undAy chool 9:45: a, m.
Morning Worship' 11 a. m.

EARN Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45 HOUSE
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ABOVE AVERAGE "J. \ \. p.m.Men's Club meets the first

Monday of, ,each month at. COME ONE-COME ALL "
RETURNSWe 7:30 p. m.Woman's.

Pay Postage Both Ways tIon Service Society the 2nd of Thurs Chris- AND HAVE A BALL!

day, 9:30 a. m.
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,"1 I .r.:'. Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon. PastorST. ( ? i 1

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67.533 1. Chapter 67.533, Laws of Florida, refers to the "taxpayer" TIIR cmctrrr coirnrj:. iw *

CHAPTER as the party who can avail himself of ithe right to make AND KLOHIUA.FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY,

INSTRUCTIONS:: -HOW-TO PAY AD VALOREM, .. TAXES IN Installment payments. On p->se 9lC of the "Florida Tax As. FRANK JACKSONVILLE n. 8EOHERS.VENEER d/b/a "

,. :. \ INSTALLMENTS ,. sessor's Guide," which publication i& prepared by the Comp COMPANY,

'> rfouse rilll No. 925 troller pursuant to Section 192.31, Florida Statutes, It states V.1'lalntlff,

AN ACT relating to the collection of ad valorem taxes; amending that "a tax assessor may not list on his roll the name of the C. B. KINO Defenda.nts.NOTICE AND 1IATTIE. KINO,

section '193.50, Florida Statutes, to authorize the taxpayerto person paying the tax, rather than the person owning the prop.

make payment of tax bills in installment payments; providing erty." It Is the opinion of the Comptroller that the Legislature OP SIIEUIFF'S SALK

an effective date. Intended that the term "taxpayer" be synonymous with the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
EDMONSON, asSHERIFF
P.A.
THAT I.
Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the. State of Florida: person owning the property as contemplated In the Act. Of FLAOLEiR COUN.

Substantial rewording of section 193.50, Florida Statutes) It Is presumed that the owner of the property is the party certain TY. FLORIDA writ of Execution by virtue here of a

Section 1. Section 193.50, Florida Statutes, is amended to whose name will appear on the tax bill. If this is not the case, tofore Issued out of the Circuit
Court. In and for Volusla County
read: then the collector should inquire as to the authority of that Florida, on the 9th day of

193.50 When collections to be made; time of final settle, party' seeking to sign the Declaration to do so. August upon A.and D.taken. un,Into I have my con levied -

ment; proviso; Installment payments authorized-! : In most cases, the proper party will make the Declaration.The structive custody the following
described real property, a* the
((1) Except as provided in subsection ((2) tax collectors are above requirement Is, not to restrict the property owners property of the Defendants, C.

required to make all; collections before the first day of April, from designating another to act for and_ injils I behalf.: Certainly, B. KINO In and Flagler.HA>TTIB County KINO., Florida located ,

following the year in which such taxes were assessed; and on the property owner can designate an agent to perform the act to-wlf.

or before the first Monday in July, following the year in which of filing! the, Declaration when that person has been duly designated i.A Township part of the II SWU South of. Section Ran re

such taxes were assessed, they are required to make a final re and authorized to act for In. behalf of ,the owner. A 30 East and more particularly

port and settlement with the county commissioners; provided, Power of Attorney is an example of the proper designation of described a,concrte as monument follows i BefcMWlftrat markingthe

however, that all warrants now outstanding shall be of full the property ownef. original Southeast corner of
the said Section 8. as a' point of
force and effect until all the taxes shall have '
remaining unpaid 2. Corporation Declarations reference and runnlnB thence
behalf
on of corporations
and final made the tax South 87* 40' West, albnr, the
been collected and settlement by
report should be signed the Section 3,
by president or any vice-president of the South line of the mild
collector with the county authorities, and all warrants heretofore corporaitlon. The of the a distance of 4278.22 feet to an
name corporation should on the
appear
Intersection with the Easterly
issued of tdfo issued shall be full force effect in the
of and
Declaration Immediately above the signature1 of the officer. boundary of the 150 foot right
hands of arty successor' ,. Immediate: or remote, of the tax collector of way of the Florida. East
3. Partnerships Property owned by is Coast Railway: thence .North
a partnership prop. '
to whom hey nay hay? been or may DC" so t issued. 10, 1$' 45" West along the *a d
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (1) of erty taxed In the name of the firm and not Iri the name of An Easterly right( of way boundary,

Individual hieniber thereof fey the general law of partnership, distance of 17i1.98feetto, the
this section, ami t subject the requirements set out in this act point of beginning of this description
the of each partner binds all the dthers. If subsection, any taxpayer may pay ad valorem taxes in In. the North 1013' 45" West, a .distance
partnership then
stallifiend. any partner should be all w. of 890 feet to a point

ed1 to declare on behalf of the other partners. However, It Is Inv 15.14 feet Southerly fromMtti' *
(a) The taxpayer shall prepare and file with the tax collector portent point where the Quarter section
that the Declaration is signed in the firm's name
installments.This by line, intersects the said Easterly
a declaration of intent to pay such taxed by .
one of the partners and designate thereon that he Is a rtntt. right of way boundary; ,tb nceNorth
declaration shall be made on forms prepared by the compo p 87* 41 SO" East, parallel
If !there is any doubt* all partners should either sign 6r eVi- to and IS feet south jOf, th ,quar '
trolled and provided to the taxpayer by the tax collector.b deuce their assent td the Declaration. ter section line, a distance". of ,
( ) The first installment shall be made with the filing of the 1306.54 feet to an Intersectionwith
4. Co-Tenants Under normal circumstances where the Westerly boundary; of :
property
declaration of intent and shall be no less than ten dollars (10. the 100 foot right of way.of u, S. .
00). The declaration" 6f l Intent and flfsl IWStallmenr payment is owned; and held by: two ar more owners as tenants in Highway No. Ii; thence South
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common or Joint tenantS such property be assessedsiss 14 15 Welt along the said
as should
shall be made no later than thirty (30) days after tax bills are Westerly right of way bounda.
mailed.c a unit naming- all such tenants as owners. These owners ry, 'Ii. distance1 of m.tS feet;
thence South ..8'1041' 80" West,
should sign the Declaration a
( or designate one of their number distance of 2180 feet, to the
) Thereafter, the taxpayer shall pay the balance due In
to do &0. point ''or btKlnnmfr of this de.
equal monthly installments, subject to the provisions of parA. scrfrtlon, EXCEI'TINO THERE-

graph (d) of this subsection. The tax collector shall issue re Normally, a tenant may, without the consent of his co- FROM the following parcels of
tenants. ot his undivided Interest in the land, .fbtwlt: The Southerly 200'of
or dispose common
for each forms convey the
ceipts payment on prepared by the comptrollerand above described propertyand
shall validate the tax property so long as he does not predjudice the rights of his further excepting therefromthe
of
: receipt only on payment the entire following parcels of land, to-
co-tenants in the premises.The .
tax bill. wit: I
waiver of the discount could conceivably raise this 1. Being a part of the SWW,
(d) The entire tax bill must be paid no later than 31 March. Of 1 Township 12. South.

Any amount which remains unpaid after that date shall be question ll the Declaration is signed by only one con tenant Section East and more particularly

treated like any other dellhtfulnt' tax. Therefore, special attention should be given to such ownership.In Beginning described at a concrete as follows monument : '

(e) The provisions 6f section 193.41, Florida Statutes relating the absence' of authority to act on, behalf of the other tenants Southeast marking corner the of the original said

to discounts shall not apply td this subsection. the Collector should require evidence that the one tenant Section 2, as a point of reference -

Is authorized to do so. Again, a Power of Attorney or a letter and running thence South .
Section 2. This act shall take effect immediately upon becoming (7* 40' West along the South

a law and shall apply to taxes levied in 1967. oi authority should be required as notice by the others that the line of of the 4278.22 said Section feet, to 2,an a,distance ..Intersection

taxes are being paid in this manner and with their consent.
,Became a law without! the Governor's approval. with the Easterly
boundary of the 150 foot right
5. Mortgagee: A great number of mortgage contracts: designate
Filed in office ot Secretary of State August i, 1967. of way of the Florida East
an escrow fund to be established and the mortgagee Coast Railway; thence North
CHAPTER 67.533, LAWS OF FLORIDA 10. 1$' 45" West, along the Bald
INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS OF AD VALOREM TAXES shall make the tax payment This act will hot conflict in anyway Easterly right or way boundary
a distance of 1761.92 feet,, to
with this routine procedure. However, special attention,
The 1967 Legislature passed House Bill No. 925. This Act the point oft beginning ot tillsdescrlpton
should be given to a mortgagee making a Declaration on behalf ; continuing
is'commonly referred to as the "Installment Payment of Taxes North 10* IV 45" West, a distance
of a mortgagor, and authorization by the mortgagee should be of 450 feet; thence North
Act" and allows to ;
any dd valorem
taxpayer taxesin
pay any presented.In 17* 41' SO" East a distance of
installments. No later than thirty ((30) days after tax bills 850 feet; thence South 10* J3'
substance, (tale Collector should request and receive any 46" East a distance of 490 / ;
are mailed, the taxpayer must declare his Intent to pay his ad evidence from any party seeking to make this{ ; Declaration as thence youth 87* 41' SO" West,
a distance of 850 feet to the
valorem taxes in installments. The first installment is required
to his full authority to do so on behalf of the property owner. point of beginning of this description -
, to be made with the filing of the Declaration of Intent All payments '
I As to what type of proof will depend on the circumstances of 2. Being a part of the Southwest .
must be made before March 31 and which .
any amount Quarter of Section 8 Township
the situation and the parties involved, but should be such evidence
remains unpaid is to be treated like other delinquent tax. 12 South, Range 20 Blast
any whether written or oral, that will fully satisfy the Collector and more particularly described
No discounts are allowed to payments by installments.A. of as follows; Beginning at a
the propriety of act sought to be done. concrete monument marking the
THE DECLARATION OF INTENT TO PAY TAXES BY
original Southeast corner of the
'
INSTALLMENTS. C AMOUNTS OF INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS. said Section I, as a point of ref-
1. Section 192.41 Florida Statutes erence and running thence 87*,
states in
substance
1. Section 193.50 ((2)) (c), Florida statutes, requires the 40' West along the South line
that all taxes are due and payable November 1, and Section of the said Section S, a distanceof
file Declaration of
taxpayer to a Intent. The taxpayer must file 4278.22 feet
193.51 Florida Statutes declares to an Intersection -
the Declaration of Intent with the Tax Collector no later than' taxes remaining, ) unpaid April with the Easterly boundaryof
1 as delinquent. There is of ,five ( the 160 foot right of of
a span (5) months: from the way
thirty (30)) days ,after the tax bills are mailed. It is of Importance the Florida East Coast Railway;
time that taxes are due and payable and delinquent If remain. thence North 13' West,
to note that the limit is determinative by the date the Its 1:5lg
along the said
ing unpaid. These two sections should be read in pars materia of
tax bills are mailed by the Tax Collector, rather than when way boundary, a distance of
with Chapter 67-533, Laws of Florida.It 2111.92 feet to the point of beginning
received by the .
taxpayer.The of this
description:
the is obvious that the Legislature intended that all payments thence continuing North 10* 12
postmark on envelopes enclosing the tax bill is
of taxes, as contemplated by the Act 46" West nce of 4SS.14
subject
to be
the best evidence for determining this date. If the envelopesare are f jet to the Quarter flection line;
made in installments. By referring to the thence North *
payment made with 87 41' 80" East
not then It should be ascertained
postmarker, from the
a distance of feet
the filing of the Declaration as the "first Installment"t6ec.tlon 460 ; theDft'I
postal officials when the envelopes were considered "mailed". ( South 10. II' U' East, a dl.tance ...
193.50 (2)) (b-and) the other ot 05.14 t.Mt then
payments as "equal month. ; e.
A certain cut-off date should be determined in either case. Dec. instAllments" South 87- 41' '0" West a distance ,
ly -(Section 193.50 (2)) (c-, it meant that all of 100 feet; North
larations should not be accepted after the thirty (30) days. thr.ee
installments 13' 46" West
were to be made in equal monthly installments. U of
2. In order to avoid a tax bill from being Inadvertentlypaid feet* thence South 87* 41*
Section 193.50 ((2) (b) sets a limitation on the amount of 30" West, a distance of 350 feet
after the Declaration is made, the Collector should requirethe the first to the point of beginning of this
Installment of not less than ten dollars ($10.00). There description.All .
tax bill to: be filed with the Declaration. This will
serve as tore bearings
the Legislature to
obviously Intended that installmentshall
an additional check on the parties and legal description. The be no ndlc Meridian' with' n variation
made in an amount less than ten dollars ($10.00). orreet
reluctant taxpayer should be assured that he will be given a That on the 11th day of No-
Accordingly, the Collector should not collect any paymentin IveJnbel. A. D.. U67, between the
receipt upon the making of all payments. This requirement was .
amount less ,than ten dollars ($10.00)) in any month coveredby 11:00 i hours fu sale, namely
added as one (1) of the conditions of declaration. ?.iiStrkilnAhe forenoon andLM '
the Declaration-except a payment of the remaining bal "
3. It should be Stressed that no discount pursuant to Sec. fhid day, at theefrontr Hoop on*f-

tion 193.41, Florida Statutes, is allowed. Since the first In. ance.Total HunrI0Sg1eP'lorEditY .CourU OUM*
bills in an amount of ten dollars ($10.00) or less are- tem. of AntJ.'pat '
stalment is collected when !the Declaration is filed, the Collector this sal1::00 O'elook
not to this M.
Act.
subject
!: ) I will otter for .ale
should not allow the taxpayer to revoke the Declaration after sell tA the hlMh..t and
Example: A tax bill In the amount of $29.00 is sought to be In hand. tie above bidder t.rC.h -
an Installment Is received and recorded. This would not restricta ed d.st'rll-
paid under the provisions of the Act. The period allowed is NIQeDsf as the proMl'-
ereel
the of the balance
taxpayer from completing payments due ender C
from November through March, or five ((5) months. Equal IHG and HATTIE KING, sub=
in a shorter time than allowed; however, a discount could not .Mot to tax.. and aU prior
be obtained by making such payment. monthly payments would amount to $6.80 per month ($29.00 It any, to .atlsty !d ."eutlOl\11-.,
divided 'by 5). This Is lees than the $10.00 required for the first P. A. IJDIlUMIOH'
is penalty for failure to make an Installment Mhep tt of Fla..lerA.
4. There no
payment; therefore, the collector would collect $10.00 In the coat, Sl
at the appropriate time. After the first installment, 11'n.on
payment months of November and December and the remaining balanceof .
W.
could wait until March 31 to make the next payment r.tL 8NilLLJ.:sQUIlila10rt
the taxpayer ..00 in January. This example shows the procedure to be .' !'er ''' !
of remaining balance U due at
Naturally, payment followed as to bills from $11.00 to $90.00) inclusive. : &gone beachGraedvP9orfdaleor !!

that time. Emmptet A tax bill in the amount of $100.00 Is to be paid Oot. 19 26. NOY. 2. 9. 4te

5 Section 193.50 (2)), Florida Statute, clearly states that under the provision of the Act. The period Is from November
ad vtf .....
of his Act applies to CIB r wm
the provisions through March, or five (5) months. Equal monthly payments
shall apply these provisions \* the
Therefore, the Collector would amount to $30.00 per month ($100.00 divided by 5). This

roJleetlon of all ad valorem taxes, including intangible penonalpn.pert amount i* more than the $10.00 required of the first installment
Chapter 199, Florida Statutes
by
Y tax prescribed and, therefore, collectible at ..00 per month. This example
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be
D .'
It Is st9gge+Mirii that a Ada irws pruoedme to >fe MkMtof a* to bit>ws of ..00 or ntort. -
reel JINItY, tangible ......1 P'pm. 1......ble ...

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HALLOWEEN PARTYA SLATED OCT. 30 SUPERVISORSIn

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Halloween for The Flagler Beach Metho unofficial returns In the
Party dlst Youth Fellowship will Flagler Soil & Water Conservation
Country Club members and conduct Its annual United District election R. W.
STUART'S Ai
their families was planned1st {
Wednesday night at theclub's Nations International Child. Deen and A. B. Johnston werereelected t! )
regular meeting at the tens Emergency Fund Drive to 4-year terms on
October 30. The drive
Monday, the board of ,supervisors. On'
home of Mrs. Sammy Bertha,
will start at 6 p. m. and MYF the ballot In opposition were
Blmlnl. '
members will solicit donationsIn R. W. Cody, Jr and C. G. Hlg-
There will be a covered dish the Flagler Beach area ginbotham. However, they SERVICEWE
. ; F supper and games party beginning only. failed to unseat: any one of
I at 5 p. m. Tuesday, the three Incumbents. '
<, October 31 at the Robert Other members of the Boardof APPRECIATE: YOUR BUSINESS
Bertha garage In BiminI. Supervisors are Walton M.
Club members discussed a ? Vt N YOUR it Kinney and J. 'Pelllcer.' .
membership drive slated for DMWS LICENSE With
I, Serving Flaglei County
November.The .?."/fi YOUR Horace R. Parsons, Jr. Live
door prize was won by 't'TN WWTII Oak, Conservation Technicianof AND
Mrs. S. J. Tilton, Jr. U. S. Soil Conservation -
{ BULK BOTTLE
." Service, has been assigned to
AD VA LOREM TAXES (Continued from Page 7) the Flagler County office, ac
cording to Tilman Robinson1.' ,
This principle Is applicable regardless of the number of months Parsons who has 20' years'
Involved and should be applied even In the event'the tax bills service with the Conservation I GASLOCALLY

are mailed late as a result of receiving the tax roll later than Service In Live Oak and Mad.

anticipated.F. ison replaces !the late Ernest OWNED AND OPERATEDBY
MISCELLANEOUS Taylor.
1. The assessment of the property Is In the name of the
BEACH RESIDENTS
owner as of January 1 of the tax year. The assessment Is againstthe
ATTEND MASONIC BEST
property, not the owner. CEREMONIES' STUARTEATMAN \
2. Normally, a sale occurring after the assessment day of

_7 January 1 and the date of the tax bill Is received Is accounted George Wickline and SERVICE:

'"- _.... for{between the, parties at the time of the closing This rule Charles Rockett of Flagler "
should be followed In the case of sale' after' a Declaration of Beach were In Orlando Satur Rt. 100 East of '
Intent to pay taxes by Installments is made; that Is, the partiesto day to attend the Virgil I."Gus" IN TOWN.
BUNNELLP.
the transaction should account for this fact and the waiverof Grissom Memorial .
discount by the original owner at the,time of the closing. Class Rite Festival.Mr. of the. Statewide York O. Box 634

'This again would not restrict any party from making any tax Rockett completed the Phone 437-3603 Bunnell, FloridaCOT

payment-to avoid the property from being sold for deliquent York Rite Degree of Freemas .

a taxes. onry.
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