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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1969
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 57. :NO. 20 THURSDAY MAY 8, 1969 $3.53 A YEAR


SCHOOL BOARD ITT LAND SALE Contract
Airport
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JiTzic'ry
HOLDS HEARINGTONIGHT ITT-Ray Florida continued
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buying land in northeast Nears Closing
I kT Flagler this week, as they pur-

The Flagler Schol Board will ( chased 4865 acres from L. E. The Flagler Board of Coun-'
hold'a special hearing the Wad s w 0 r t h. Documentary tv Commissioners! met ,in regular

proposed legislation authoriz! stamps indicated a purchase session Monday morning
t price of $1,488.600 for the acreage discussed terms of
i- ing the School Board to borrow and con
f. up to $250,0Q0 for purpose tract with C. B. Miller for
of moving classroomsfrom ITT-Rayonler: also purchased leasing the airport. Attorney
r Carver to the Bunnell the Wadsworth Timber'Leas Jim Tucker represented theMiller
for an additional con- aircraft''
proposal.
campus. The meeting is scheduled -
Thursday, May 8 at 7:30 sideration of 80400. Another Present consideration was
I.. '.' I p. m. in the court room at the small tract of land was figured on the request of :Miller for
( I court house in Bunnell. In the transaction. exclusive rights for sales of
f The legislative delegation l r Af Several months ago it was aircraft gasolines and oils in
informed Superintendent J. O. announced: that ITT-Rayonier return for the 2 cent per gal

r Craig that they 'could not; :Arrange had purchased the Lehigh lon commission to be paid to
hearing, : time during properties in Flagler County the county ..Otherwise, with
: their leglislative>schedule; but During the past few weeks' out exclusive rights Miller,
: for the ''School Board to pro.: .rnUlO ,Help they have continued to buy was willing to pay the county
r, ceed with fl" public ,hearing, METHODIST YOUTH' BUSY AT WORK0"The coastal properties in northeast only 1% cents per gallon on

:A transcript 'of the pertinent youth of Bunnell First United Methodist Church had Flagler. Included were the sales.
testimony presented \at a "paint party" Friday and Saturday. The group under the direction Bert Fish Estate, Animal Both the County Board and

the hearing will be submitted of Counselor: Ray Mercer and Pastor' Rev.(Oliver Taylor, Land and the Perry Estate, Attorney Tucker felt assured\.
;' .i/ to,the delegation in Tallahassee. painted the outside of Mrs. Nellie Tweed's house in Bunnell,and formerly Bon Terra Farms. that these last details wouldbe
i No announcement has yet worked out satisfactorily
cleaned the
yard.
been made as to the plans and that contract would-
,
The School Board by a vote a
The energetic youth started a project fund several months
have 'for of these
they use
4 be ,signed. "f
of to 0 (with one member soon
ago to buy the paint and materials for the project< Most of the to
; properties. Speculation as
'absent), has voted 'to consolidate Miller had previously pro-
schools funds for the "paint party" were acquired by sponsoring bake probable uses is gaining mo of
all the in the posed operation a completeairport
"/.'. county onto ,the Bunnell High sales The above photo shows that our local youth are concerned mentum; but nothing official- with gasoline sales
.
Campus. This would close the with worthwhile and Christian community projects. Is yet known. aircraft rentals and:: a snack
.
.. Flagler Beach .School and
NEW .WING BUNNELL GENERAL bar.Mrs.
Carver School ''next' year: Flagler Beach : ,... .,, ,. OPENED tAT Betty Steflik,chairman
To proyjdf l ;4de\
'W1thoutJ1lavJng to build f;. ; and Bill Lenssen. member
OJ new ones ors abandon good COl11rriis.sjoH A ;i.I appeared before the Board-

construction,,; at' : Carver;, the ; .,.. to present their proposals for
Board plans 'to move class., MeetingFlagler J; '' .. recreation projects for .thecoming.

rooms from .Carver to Bunnell t, ,year. The proposal-
Beach''' City- Corn {
campus. This would requireup was taken under considera
to $250,000 which' would missioners discussed; ,supplying bi tion. ....
have to be borrowed. The water to approximately 51 } > biii4. "'.."' ;: W,' Chamber of Commerce Exe-*

.... School:Board.:mustMiave'legis/ High acres*;,Bridge of land Road'located in Volusia on' the .;!..t ,; -", ;...i"..i"1.\ ...... ctitiye .Secretary Al Jones rel
latlve authorization to borrow. '. quested the Board 'to releaseto
,.. the moneY' "/ ,County when they met/Thurs-/' ) ; ,,'" r" -" I f he Chamber: the$2500

e., The Board,' .gave.ns: reasons af.1'Dh! bt roo ty::bwner'B ;' i """ (that fthe/county. had budgeted
requiring 'consolidation: : 1. HEW :ot''the ,fed "request 1"1- : Chamber: of..Commerce"Action tea,
eral government has required The OBryii agreed tmeet' '
: fWaaapproved.-; \
with May 6' to
complete' Integration by the A' letter was',read from the ,
discuss the *.
proposal.,
opening of the school term of of. Bunnell requestingthat
The oommlslon voted toaskthe City
:1969 2. Finances vill not be .. Flagler County Recreation rAL 'YA. a bridge, be constructedacross
sufficient,_ to operate ,three ,the,drainage canal at
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Advisory Council to; recommend
: schools adequately next year the recreation Chapel -Street for service of
city's
r due to the loss of ,state funds. -" The chairman
monies be used for fireworks Photo by Tbeo C. Heln Colony 'Park.
, for the July Fourth celebra Mrs. John Lutton Flagler Beach, shown here with nurse mation In recognition of Na-
PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS the re-
tion. Barbara' Drummond, was the first patient In the new wing opened Steflik investigate
f' May 12, 1969: At a special meeting Wed: Saturday at Bunnell General Hospital. quest, and report to the Board.
McKnight
K. appeared -
i marks the :148th birth- anniversary nesday night the commission' Judge Ti:
i .- hired Charles Robson Life. ; ;; before the Board to request
of Florence Nightingale as Of BynnellTo
City Board have'theHealth'
the
Mrs. M. Brede that
J' whose relentless battle guard Captain Dennis Clay : take new
for sound principles of. hygiene was hired as assistant. The Department
' Enforce Lot the Intra-
of water In
r' and sanitation and the 'lifeguards will receive $1.50 Dies Suddenly samples de-
to
coastal Waterway area
nursing.! she'I hour. "
.y bedside ,,technique per, the shellfish
whether
, "/ developed during the Crimean No action was taken by the Monday Eve. Clearing Law termine be legally: taken for
'-. .' War, has brought ,comfort, commission. on hiring a city can McKnight
Bunnell City Commissioners personal use. Judge
( attorney.
: hope, and relief and recovery
;4tr to many generations of suffer. Funeral services for Mrs. unanimously- agreed Monday' stated that his records Indi
69 327 Connecticut to enforce ordinance cate the last tests were taken
, .'; ing men and Women, and VOTED AGAINST Marie Brede night an
j" ,. WHEREAS the week of,May Ave.. Flagler Beach< who adopted in 1953 providing for over five years ago. He stated
I PAY RAISEA passed away unexpectedly removal of trash, brush and that the Florida. Board of Conservation -
. 11, 1969 has been designated
.' as NATIONAL HOSPITAL news release signed byRepresentalves Monday afternoon at. 5:45: at hazardous debris from city would use their

,r" WEEK: A. H. (Gus) Bunnell General Hospital, will lots to alleviate fire. and boats to escort: the sample
Craig, James A. (Jim ) GUs. be at 10:00 Thursday morningat other hazards. The commis- taker. ,
'" .. WHEREAS the Bunnell General son and W.: H. (Bill) Reedy St. Stephens Catholic sioners agreed to notify prop Mrs. ''Pat Cowart, Mrs. Penny
Hospital, located in Bun. confirms that they not only Church. The Rev. Father' An. erty owners of city lots in Sizemore and Mrs. Odell Clegg
.' nell Flagler County, Florida, voted against the legislative tonio Leon ''will officiate. In.. need of clearing that city appeared before the Board to '
has provided continuous serv salary increase, but, they also terment will be at St. Mary's''' crews will begin work after. \ request that a combination
ices to the community since
'voted against overriding the Cemetery, Korona.: 10-day written notice. tennis court and basketballcourt
its inception .in :1955. governor's veto. Born In Pittsburgh, Pa. she The city ordinance''providesthat be constructed on the'
WHEREAS people continueto has been clean lots site in Haw
The delegation moved to Flagler Beach 21 the city can Community Center
to be the most important el flooded with inquiries concerning from Orlando, Flor- and assess a lien against Creek. They stated that there
years ago
. ement in hospitals, and the vote; from personsin Ida..Active in civic affairs she property 'owners for the cost were 42 children that use the .';r

WHEREAS there are people all four counties who were was ,a member of the Flagler of the work.In local recreation. facilities.
\ serving in as many as 200 dif uncertain as to what a "yea" County, State Park Board of other business. the :commission Upon motion of, Commissioner -'
0- ferent ,occupations' I,". order to and ay" vote constitutedlast Directors; Spaceport, Area TB : C. H. Cowart the project '

maintain patient _care and Friday when the govern and Respiratory Board of HEARD Policeman Jack was approved at a cost not to

WHEREAS, not only physicians or's veto was overriden by. Trustees; Flagler Beach Gar.' Black, report six delinquent exceed $1000.Flagler .
but many more individuals both House and Senate. "A vote den Club St. Stephens Catholic occupational U.censes'remaln.'
in the community con-, cast "yea" was in, favor of overriding 'Church and was 'a charter ed, to be, collected. Soil and Water

tribute to the hospital's objec- the'governor's veto.A member of Flagler Woman's VOTED to provide two aux 'Conservation District will ob
tives as serving as,, membersof vote cast ,"nay" was in opposition Club. iliary policemen for the senior serve 'Soil Stewardship Week

the governing board,[ and to overriding the goy She is ,survived ,by her husband prom at the request of with the cooperation of Flag
various volunteer ,groups: ernor's ,vetoor in favor of Frank Flagler Beach: Mrs, Taylor. ''The policemen ler County Churches. Chair

Now, therefore, we Hubert sustaining governor's veto. two sons Martin Brede and will receive $1.60 per hour. man ;fA.. J3. Johnston has proclaimed .
virtue of the au The entire delegation voted both of Pittsburgh APPROVED the month of
Pellicer by Dr. James Brede, Sunday' ((May 11 as ,
thority InveSted in me' as against the' pay raise on both ; four.,slsters, Mrs., Dor- June as "Book' Drive Month" Soil Stewardship' Sunday in
Mayor, and Otis.S. Hunter, by votes. 'othy Formato. Tucson Arizona 'to acquire additional books Flagler County.
virtue of the authority invested ; ,Mrs Geneva Jnpedro, for the in me as Chairman of' the SPRING CONCERT :Mrs. Adeline Coin. Mrs. Joan with books to donate TIDE TABLE ,
Board ,of County Commission. FRIDAY NIGHT 'Marie Wills all of Pittsburgh; will be asked to contact the HIGH LOW J

ers. do hereby ,proclaim May 'The, BHS senior ,chorus will and several grandchildren. City Clerk. The City Libraryis 8-14
11-17, 1969, asHOSPITAL perform at the Anhual Spring Active pallbearers are Joe open Wednesdays f 9 .a. m.- Tides for May
WEEK Band Concept Friday May 9 Bruce. Clinton Giddens, Clyde 12 noon. Day A M. P.M. A.M. P.M.

in BunnelJ and urge .all resl.dents -at"8 p. m: In the school gym Duensing; Willie Harrison APPROVED purchasing 15 8 1:12 1:48 7:36 7:54-
to consider the contributions nasium.-The BHS Band is'dl- Gilbert Becker and L. W. Ed new folding chairs at; $4.75 9 2:18 S:54 8:42 9:06
to the community of all ''rected by' Thomas' Odadzin, wards. Honorary pallbearersare each for the Civic Center. 10 3:24: 4:00: 9:42 10:12
individuals working with our bandmaster. R. L. McNab, George Wick- AGREED to have building 11 4:24' '5:00 10:36 11:06

hospitals to take part In any' Special awards will be presented line, Herbert Fuller, .Lyman plans approved by, the commission 12 5:18 5:48 11:18 11:59
observance of Hospital Week to.the graduating senior Gage, Rufus Miller and Alfred before a building permit 13 6:06: '6:36: :12:01 12:06
wherever possible. band members. Juengling. is Issued 14 6:54: "7:18 12:42 12:4051'NE
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NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice Lots 5-6 block 125... Allen John H &,Sallle .84
Lots 9-10 block 125.... London. Ed &: Annie

i: la of May 1969. at 12 .__......._._._............... 1.43:
hereby given that the 29th day o'clock
on Long .
r noon, Flagler County Courthouse, at of Flag Lots 11-12 block 126 W. L. &: .... .95
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\, Jar. : of Florida: tax sale certificates wRrnbotlh follow Lots 7-8 block 129 .- Allen John Henry Jr. &
ing described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite Beaulah ...... :_... 21.5
SpeakingHOMER the name together with all costs, of such sale. and advertising, LotLots 3 block 129.._.._.. .. -. Parramore dae ..._._.. 3.3&.
; 4-5-6 block 129 Spearman Lonnie Mae .92

DALB B. BROWN JR. Tax Collector, :Flagler County Florida Lot 2 blk. 130 __..=-- White Sam ,.._._..?_ 3.0S
j'{ ,Lots 11-12 blk.Lot 130.-.1 Urlttln Victoria. .._..__. .85
BENTLEy Fv 1 .1.1I '; t S' T n, Ae. / > 130 ; 'r, Godwin K. C. & Bertha, 26.
R. "'-'E' *4 orNt%..._....._... '20 10 28 80 Six T Ranch Inc...._...., 63.58 Lot fob 130 .== .. -" Jones* Roosevelt A Cora .89
I That North Ri Rj Lot 4 blk 130 -..-_ \ Davis Beauty A Orlaby

\ The American Red Cross Is A that: part of WV6 Georgia .....__....r...._...... 5.01
of NW% South of -. -w. '1IIIt. ft... xU Lot 3 blk HOWH -.._;......._- London Ed & Lucy...*._ 13.22
,I' holding a blood drawing with R. ..._______..__ 21 10 211 380 Six T Ranch Inc.i.i.76.22 :. or lots 5-6 blk
the blood mobile All .......____...____ 22 10 28 840 Six T' Ranch Inc.......... >. 205.63 18 Nelson Beatrice .._..jt_.. .1 1.43
.oJ. being present All _.._._....._._..__... 23 10 28 843 Six T Ranch Inc...*.w... 55.45 SW% oTTots"T3"bik" -
at the Bunnell General AIL ...-.-....__.._.._......... 24 10 28 626 Six T Ranch Inc............. 358.63 130 .......?.._..-.......... \ Godwin K. C_-__.,.... 5.71
All that portion"northof "',*r* Lots 3-4 & 8W4 oflots
Hospital on Monday, May 12, FEC Railway 26 10 28 400 Six T- Ran h ,!ncrpi.THfjfif ; ;.. <43.27< !! 11-12 blk 131. i.,... -= Danlel.'Ella Loullle....._ 1.58
1969 during NATIONAL, HOSPITAL Part lying north of .' ''' ,', Lot 7 blk 131. .x.. .' llubbert Eaten
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WEEK from the hours R. II. & SWV& of = i"4t .t* .1 Part of 'lot :..
Sw:1. 27 10 28 144 Six T Rancfflnc JL 46.28 book 34 page 140.l. .' i 1' .7.. :
-. of 4 p. m. to 7 p. m. E',4ofNW 4 &; W*: *. d.-*; -*,, ** / blk 137 .. ...L '"I '" \ Jones C. L;, ..: ....:.. 1....... 2.08.

.,1 ot NE/44 ...___.____'.. 31. 10 28 160 Six T Ranch Inc ..._. 106.98 Block 139-140 ......._ .... Cobb Wllda _. 29.57

Bentley anticipates that W 34 10 28, 300 Six T Ranch Ino._..... 166.95 The S\V 50 feet of. .. ".
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lots 6-6 block 141 & .
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k, this should be one of' the larg 1,6 __._.._._....._._.. 28 11 28 20 Six T. Ranch Inc._.._._ 14.56 the northeast (5 ft J'I. '. ... ;' .. ;
of lots 8-6 &: all ; ', .
{ est drawings held in Flagler All fraction exceptO. <
,. in The R. book 4 page Iota 1-8 block 149_,. .: :. Cobb, .D. H., & Wilde.:. 205.02:
County ;many years. 469 ......... 21' 12 28 13.36 Thomas U,'.Dyer:2.: ::. 176.96"'" 4' All block 141 exceptthe
'. residents of Flagler: County NW%. except south 16 f ,-, .. ""' _.I,!t, S. W. 50 of lots : #;t", t. ...

I this year have used over one acres of SE'4.--.f., ,4 12 29 145 Bertha It. T..._...__ 160.54 except 5-6 & all lots block 7-8 149'& .. "' ,. J .
W% of W% of SW"! .4 12 29 70 Bertha Robert T._... 164.91 /the NE 56 of .lota '.. "
hundred pints of blood and :.
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have replaced 'less than' % O. R. Book 12 : : .
w'/ one page 579 .___-."-.... 5 12 29 1.027 Bertha Robert& except R/ &Woff ,.
.. ,>, fifth..of. the. blood used. ,; Jeanette B. ... :.........: .. .._., 51.58 No.US No 100 .1 .._
, \(. 'II E% ot SE% &: SWtL ', \ '..;: .' --- ., Cobb D. H. &: Wllda: ... .12502Northeast

.:;' This program cannot fuhc*) of SE.)4 A: 8% elf ".. ., .. ''' : : 55 aft lots .1, r- ,
NW% of SB?4, :, '1'1 3-4-5-6 & lots
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tion without blood' replace cept O. It. book 6 .1 t '1 ::7 ':,::Ai..t Lo-.8-iif2! 181- .r..k' ;Wilda 63.35
\< ment. Bentley made mention pages 241 A 242. '" ... ," ,. ''''' '. .. .. part: 'of 8B& ofSWt4 .of' Lot 7 blk 161, __ ::1 a l' b' "i Pouncey F. J. and Elizabeth -
\:1:, that during! his" *:ftn as Ad- O. R. book 12 ,. ....._ ._ -.-.:_AH-- 3069:
mlnistraator from 1959-1961; page 678 Lot 10 blk. 165 Thomas Cheater & ,.
R. book 12 page: t59 5 12 29 151.96 Bertha Thomas __. .i; 319.79 Rosa ..- ......,, '
the securing of bloodwas 'a Lot 12 blok 166 ___ Rodgers :; il&ur:::. 3'.6.!
W% of NWU _._+ 10 12. 29 80 Cobb Wllda ____._. 260,60 / I .
major factor.At that time the Block 16 all _.._._._. 21 12 29 40 Cobb D. H. ._--' 84.59 Lot 3 except R/W ity -"r'"""""" ", 1.4T-

hospital was not a member of Tract Block 1 13 Block all -.14...-.::::= nUl: 40 20 Cobb Cobb D.D.: H.H.: ,-=== 31.77 76.10: Lot,V. 4 S. No. 1 blk R/ 167 I .; Kzell Italian. .:_.._....:. -. 30.59

American Red Cross Blood .... Holland Flora ....... except W/ ,J. "1 *.;.
the Tract 1 Block 1. 28..12 '29 10 .-:- 21.71 : V. S. No. 1 bile .167-.. .?, '.. ,' Kzell Italian : t/45
Center and consequently all JOINS Lot 6& NW% of lot ': .
r ST. PARK ADDITION 168 ._.._.__.. ', : '
blood' had to be purchasedfrom SWbik ; : \r Benefore Willie Mae_., 32.68.

'blood' Lot 2 Block 6..._....__. 30' 12 29 Record S. B. .__..._.__.-..._..1.26: blk 169 ft,,..._of lot_9 I '
"a professional Blocks 1 & 2___.. 34 12 29 80 Boyett, Gaston W. et al 40.78 01..t : : Mitchell Randall &-
bank 'Itr St. Augustine. To'put. Block 7 all ...._._.._...... 34 12 29 40 Boyett Gaaton W. et al 14.89 Lot 5-6 & SW 95 ft. : Blrda -,....., .---- 2.07:
Tracts 1.3 Block 8.... 34 12 29 ;30. Boyett Gaston W. et al 13.33 I
either had tohave" ; lot 7-8 blk 179 F Cobb
it blutttly; you Blocks 15-16 except .i; : Wilda. .. 4-.U'
the fODthe; .j Lot 3 except the aou-: ... ... ,.
money to-pay i"
('Ybr e11 Blocke8430'r34 ,' therly 40 feet of .
& 12 _, 29 Boyett Gaston et kl 12.70 ; "
blood or do without ,and In. Tract 2 Block 14 ...__. 2 13 29 10 Berril ,.Thomaa__J_.... 7.34 northwesterly 80 \ ".,;, :' : .: .. .. '_' r4 ,
many instances during that SE4, ._--.-.-'-:;'::. 32 :18 29 160 Thigpln Winifred Av ) feet blk.; 258.. .,...v....,; :. Osborn Orenoon &: Liz
? ___ ,__. 9i.so'E' _
!!' ,Jones, Nellie .. sle J1V. 6.30
,time the hospital was oblig of EV4 lees road . ... That part of tracts '. ", e :=!. -:

ed to purchase this blood for n/w ....._.__...._._. -4 14 29 150.5 Seibert M. R. et, alBAXI.BY __ 69.04' 3-6 north of Moody I. ..' :... .

life saving measilres#.', H;, the MeQ; EEN'S PARK ,;.... '* ;::: t"J Blvd.38 page except Sfl & book book .. .:;..''""

would.neY b.e. Self ..._ ..._. 51 page 172 blk.. C 11 12.. 30 4.58 Bratcher Carl & Char-. '. .'..'.
hospital, and.. : Lot, 22 Block .2_.___. H. G. : =-:::. "r.j.24.:42 '., lotte 3.99!
(y reimbursed' the ComttIhItYservices ....
; CIIES.MON-ACK SUD. Part of tract 18;book 1 ': 9 y o.-

or patient, repayjment.It Lots 1-2 blk. 8 ._._._ Hlllandale Plantation 19 page 657;blk C.... :11..t.12:. 30 .0.25 Williams Sam &: Carrie 1.55
the Inc. :._,_:w,.. ....,: 7.02 Part of tract 3 book. ;
was only in later part! Westerly. 150' of lot :..:.... .. 62 ""age. 387 blk D 11 12 30 0.17 Wilkeraon Robert L. .

off-1961 that .Bentley .secured:. 14 block 9- ._..._._ i. ':Y4': Hillandale Plantation. i "B" "trAct -t ': AKassolyne : .-...i._... .39.4t
the .AmericanR.ed Inc. ,.____ ,_. ... __. 6.24 Elk part of : =
the services-of ; Book 19 281 part O.R. book ; "
Cross ..Blood 'program'' in of NE page/4 21 1 "h h:18: George e R. A.__._..._._.. 7,11 ,12 T1.. ; .lrp.g.. 12-12; 30 0.46 Durrance Irene ", 2JL&-

,first Book 19 page 282 partof ;' LINCOLN HEIGHTS '. :-
r Daytona .Beach and,. the NE% : 2i lb ",0. 18.03 George L. i :,;;..:__ 8.90 Lot S blk 2 _,. ...... '
.Flagler. 283 -' ??? ? Baker.WalHe :.. 3.3ft
blood drawing held in Book 19 page Daft ; Lot 3-4 blk 3___.__ ,f"' ,
NE& 2'i" ; George .f., 6.9 b' Benford Willie Mae..... 3.90
.of .. .. 10, 30 13.14 u.-J' ;
Lots 5-7-8-9 blk _
County held at for the the Bunnell residents General was NWJ4, __ __._.._.._._...;... 10 .11 30 160 Jernigan' W. .A.r-. 6y53! Lot 10 blk 3__._3.__., '" .. .. Uenford Benford Willie Willie Mae Mae: ,_& 42.88,

r''' Bertha 3.96:
" ''v Hospital, and' was sponsored syn : Lot 9 blk 4._ K Brown Willie Cllde.:= 3.36
L
Lots 1' & 2 ____ lilJ Sn. Dorothy ?___. 8.09 Lot 4. .. ... Lee M. Olady; 13.42
by the .then. functioning ROtary -- Lota 11-30 BaxTey. Catherine 1.80 Lot '.f.8bk -4 'j sJ\Viftl C'ld __L; :.96

Club. Lota 19 .----r---- ,. Robinson James J.& : Lot 6 blk 4 ......:., .,..., .. .. ., -y,_ ... Drown Sam & Mame... .78'
Rebecca ?_.--.-- ....._.? 1.55. .
CARVES .
___ Irvin Saul & Lorraine SUBDIVISION ..
Lot 12 __ r 35.85 '
It would do .us all well to Lot 10 ._._ ... ......_ .. Atlas Mortgage Co..,*, __ 27.38 Lots 1516'blk 1----:: Stubbs Morell .. .95.
.. Giddens Essie Mae. ... Lots 9-10 block 1._._ Brown __
remember that the availability Lot 13 --- .. ,.- -' -' 3.36 Willie C __ 7.01:
'
; b Lot 5 _::: --J\ ;... .'. Thomas Pearl Lee=... 16.26: Part of S.,& of NE>4 .
of blood In the early history Lot 26 ..--._.. .. :....: + ', Robinson Sylvester..._ 31.87 book 57_.page: 17... ...- 15 12 30 0.2'- Corbitt Mary 11..., ___ 1.39!
' of this hospital' was: one Lot 17 ..._........_._._... .', Willis Brown Jr._.__ ...87Partof Pat book f'.t 4-' t Dge'358 27 O:' R. 'J. :' : .'I': "": ." 'n.blk .
of NE
of great concern.,-arid conversa,,J 34 f- book NW%56 page .w" C._....:.'.:::-_._;;;: .15 12"80 ,)/ Wimberly.James fl....- l.200'

tion. >It 1s only falr"rahdl#! 'prop;! 46Sf! --.....*_...31 t1.1-.. -30 .13 Washington Clarice'; & y. .: : :;11 BUNNEI.1.. .. \IIOMsrr1cs sUB 4..: t .., "' .
"
er that"jall available person-- tl ... ; .....". Willie Jr. _. 2.62 Lot' 14 blk'4... :. ,. ,1'f d,9UnderWoo. t Joe & An-', t
Part of NW% of NE..f -
2.50
nell contribute towards the. 4. R. book 6 Tract iblk B '..:. 18 ,i2 30 10'" 'Eggltsh George X- ,164.76:
eO'19 ..,,,..,...._:.. .31 11 30 1.0 Harris Lafayette & ...
Red Cross Prbgram.' The only Ruthle _._._ __.__ _,_._, 15.81 TOWN Fui.o: .. ... : .".
charge issued by the hospital Part of NW% of NE' ; .
is administered % book 58 page 208 :31 11 30 0.53 .Glddena Frank &: Essie .99.34 ... Lots '3.4-5-7.8-9-30-11. -
the blood ..
when .' _
of SB% NE .. .
Pas book except R/W of U. S:
is for the''actual cost in O. R. 6
.
.J-Iw No. 1 blk .57 .
__....___ Miller c. Y.: 32.1.t.:
page 333 31 11 30 2.82 Mlckena Clayborn & -
setting up the blood for the Margaret __ ._. ._._ 8.83 Book 42bl age 202 == Miller C. Iir'a 1.94:::

Individual patient. It will be Part of NW% of NE Tract 6 tlk C ....:_.. 21 13 30 10 Ackley H. R. '. 7.3f''
hospital policy in the near 44 O. R. book 22 NofNofSEy4&E4
page 15 .._........._:...., 31 11 30 0.23 Stanley Otis H & Jlm- of NEy4 except .
future, unless this blood bank mle Lee -- ;.._.. .. 3.83 O. R. book 18 .
drawing is a success that be Part' of ';NW of NE page 387 24 14 30 75 Hun Ollie __ 24.1C

fore bloom, is administered or page>-4 O.242 R.,.;...book.-.._..:-_1, 31 11, 30 .09 PlUmmer Lena 'Maen--. 39.06, Book of. lot 11 page A 513 part ',17' 10 31 10 Tyne J. J. .' 82.4-

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blood IS ordered> for an India KNOX JONES SUn 1tIA.RINELAND ACRES ,
SUD ;,1
vidual arrangements will, Lots 6.7'block Ct/.. .....' ... .. BraddocK J. 14_.__.._. .97 'Lot 6 blk'; 2___ l\lcLachlan Fred S. .8.1C
Lot 2 block BLot ;
have to be made by the individual 6 block BLot ._:::== Wilson Favors MUt.ii i&::: 61.16 29.06: JOHNSON BEACH sun

through etther the Red 7 block E ___ '.. 'I' Glddena Florence, ?*_. 3.90. Lot, 20 blk 1 _--..:.... fi*' Wheeler Wooda H. Jr. "
Lot 9 block E .., -\f Jackson Willie __._.._ 26.63 ,: : & Delores 5.5t:
Cross Blood Center or a professional Lot 8 block E : .._ Glddena Frank _...*__.. 46.24 Lot 22' blk 1__ Heseinger John 5.60

blood banking facility Lot 15 block E -:...:.. .,, .'' \rp"flti Grlddlck Alma & Lot Lot 19 1 blk blk 2 7____..: Cosmo Hessinger V. .1.Etta 48.36 10.31'

Greene. Luvolna _._... 3.76
t. as it, was done in :1959- ,
E% of lot 16 block] .-' ;i I:", Mlckena Clayborn & \ DUPONT ESTATES SUB .
1961. Do not let this happen. ,_ 21.99
Lot 12 block_E _' \ 'I., Philips I ; Louts == 3.90: .

In Flagler, County. ,, Lots 4-5 block F .._ ..'...'. ,' Robinson Katherine Lot 18 -_..____ 37/ 10 31 3.65 Dupont George "E. -- 18.25-
..
: t al 1.44 :.
"CHAPEL FUND" Lot 3 block F Thomas Richard Jr.:= 3.90: RESUD DUPONT ESTATES
SUB .
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Lot 2 block F....._._ Butler James & MinnieLongwood 23.49'
Lots 8.9 block F..._. I 37/ ,
The chapel fund is progressing Alice Gaines__.._._.._&.,: 1.58 Tract 2 .:. ._.... _. 38 10 31 0.75 Dupont George E. 10.0.
slowly and contributionsthis Lots 12-13 block' F. h Irvin Dock & Cordellia ..90 The 37/ _
y or Nw .. or NE's southerly 59.20 ftof
week were' received from % "-...:.:---.__._ 34 11 80 20 Jernigan W. A. __ 9.73 tract 27' .. 3S 10 31 0.35 Reynolds Frank Allen r .. .

Mr. John A. Clegg !In memory :Tract: 3 block 9. : 5 12 30 10 M. ,. 7.34 & Laura L. 75.1S .

1t of Mrs. Jesse Muzyka, a con Tract 1. block 1.::::=: : 6 12 30 10 Randolph. J. A.:::.'.....= 1.80: GRA.NT'TO I1EItNA.NIEZ .
Tract 2 block 7'7 12 30 10 Yonkers George P.._ 1.80

tribution from the hospital Tract= 3, block ......_.. 7 12 30 10 Pearson E. T. Mrs..... 1.80 Book 58 page 4.__ 40 10 31 18.13 Davies Wr I.:. & Ava _
employees in memory' of Mr. Tract 2 block 1....... 9 12 30 20 Lee Dallas E.: ,? --, _,. = 57.96: & Grant Hamilton_ 95.8T,.

'Shamblen a contribution TOWN OF DUNNELL
Rudye Lots 23.4 block: 59_ McCall James Luther... 123.58 SECOND ADDITION TO JOHNSON REACHLot
Carl
Mrs.
Mr. and .
from Lots 3-4 blk 88 Parrish Robert & Eve-
Williamson of Flagler Beach 1 .,, .,, ., 6.55 1 blk 11_ Mitchell Cyril &: Irl 11.._., 4.58'
yn --
,
,r Lots 5-6 block 89_... Kennedy Annie? lvlaZ ... 47.69: on book 22 page 69_ 40 10 31 0.14 Smith John Rolland &: .
In memory of their loved ones. The northwesterly 60. Syble Lucille_.. &90P

It has become necessary feet of lot 10 block .'y 1 .
89 ..".. \ Jones Isaac! 2.12 FIRST ADDITION. TO JOHNSON BEACH t
' Lot 9 block k8991 IIIIin Southern Holding Corp.Hubbert 4.95 Lot 20 blk' 9 ....._.._. Mitchell Cyril F. &: '.
4 to eliminate this practice by Lots 7-? Esten ,A Hen Iris G. ._.. .?. 8.1&
curbing the visiting hours to rietta 46.73 Lot S bik 9............._.... Gibson Marvin '.' 6.65
Lots 9-10 block 91... Willis Brown ,Jr._.- .96
2 p. m. in the afternoon till Lots 3.4 block 91....... Emanuel Joel &: Elizabeth Lot .n tl U,.,. ... ...... Howell Charles ,88
8 p. m. at. night as they now 29.66 Lot. ....._. Young Gerald N. & .
Lots 6-6 block 91 __ Jones rth r&annl Margaret C. 5.06't
stand and visitors will not be Mae _._-.?...-.-. 23.67 25 blk 12 I Baxter Ravlnell B.Jr" ,
permitted in the patient section N3 of Iota 5-6 block 'I & Doretta. 4.48 ...
.
92 Golden Lot 13.14 blk 12---: Wild ___ .
01 Mildred 1.51 Lola .lit[. 16.04
of the .hospital 'at any N 1lots 1.2 block 0, n.book 5 page 533 40 10 31 0.13 Osteen R. L. &: Betty__ 31.22.
other timeS' effective Immed. 93NEJ4 I L Murray Mercedes. 2.62 0.. 11.-book 9 page 432 40. 10 ,31 0.33 Smith Edna Ruth & '
of lots 11-12 ,-", Knoblaug h a..._: 28.45
lately and will continue to be blockof93 _-.,...-... .. '::: ", ;Elia| __,...._ 1.57 0: R. book 18 page 416. 40 10 31 0.11 Porter leA. Lee & ...
Davis
i enforced until the new 'sec ,S Jots 11-13 .. Bophronlca'' ...... .... ... 8.8S
LobltOCkI193Z j--.....__...... ( Emanuel Hazel ... 1.47 O'U R, book'' 8 pages
' lion has been fully completed ): loch; 97,., O'Nell C. B. & Lottie- & 624 4.0 10 31 0.48 Israel Den J. Jr. &: ElIs-

and opened: ., ... si.is ; beth 6S.3a
r. WV -- r- O. n: '
Blocks 102-103/113-:; book 14 pages
;; : 1 Cobb H. S. & Wllda... 81.83 79-1 .. ... ...._ ,. ? 40 10 31 0.81 Israel Den 07. Sr. &: Ellsabeth .
The cooperation of the gen L ieib1iii12' block .. ", M. .,... _..... .._.,. 18.1S
eral public will be most help r Lawton -\V. F. & Barb1.ots .. '

ful In allowing us to meet our ra, ...............;. .....J..AJM. 56.02 .. JOSE PARK SUBDIVISION "
' 9-1 -3-4-5.6-1S Lot 18 .,. Oliver Edith, W. ___...._ 100.71
deadline and complete our blk. 115 ___ \, Lawton \V. F. & Barb- Lot 31 ... ..,. ,_... .. Cockman J. ,.:M. & ,WilJ' -
.._ .. 94.37 ,
without the In- ara ma 50.0
construction Lot 1 block 123... Cruae* hn&-V r :=. 3.36: T -

terference of traffic from- the-? 8W34'Lots T" of IOC tt.U"f"-ti}: Laster Fannie .91 'J .... ARTESIA SUB J '. .

visiting populous. ... Lots 1-2-18-19 block 2 'Bowen Catherine C._ 45.4ft'
;.
Glddena & Basle
Lo.block124. Frank 39.18, Lot 14 block .._._ Queell Laboratories Inc. 12.SS
k124; _. McLeod D. E. & Doris Lots 18.36 block 6_ Green Martin L. &: Lois
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6 THE".FLAGLER TRIBUNE- THURS.. MAY 8. 1969 GENERAL HOSPITAL Bell Telephone I 1(I


S T R Ae. 4-7 P. M.
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M. ..._._.__.._.._...._ 33.21 Sets Records .
Lota 21-22 blk '8___ Wolfe James R & Dl-
anna A. ___ 12.93 1968

SECOND ADDITION TO ARTBSIA. County Insurance During
.
Lot 4 blk 12_.___ Padgett Oveda _.__.._.. 26.74' Southern Bell Telephone

: KAN AHA. BEACH SUB t set new records In
Company'
Lots 4-1-8-7 & that construction expenditures
part of Oovt lot 1 Inc. 1968 for
went of same ex and telephone growth
RWAlA blk 2.... Musaelwhlte Amantha_ 60.47 annual report
Part lot 1 according to its
boo kof.9Govt 88... 26 11 31 2.47 Laney E. E. .?_.___... 101.77 of Insurance released here today by Carl
Part of Govt lot 7 O.
R.. book 9 page.II.! 11 31 0.8 Forsythe D. P. Jr._ 22.6S. : Fremaux, district manager.

SUNRISE DEACII Blvd'. -:- Phone 4373171 The company invested more

Lota 5blk 5._ McCumber Abba __ 35.49 Florid 32010 than $351.7 million for new A
its
Lots 10-11-13 & the and improved facilities In
northerly '75 of lot during 1968, I
'IS. except RW/ I four-state area
AlA blk S_ Drown E. W. & Rose:'_ 121.61 surpassing 1967 spending, by

Lota 6.... Brown E. W. & Rose_ 19.40 .. million. .
$64
111213bbllk almost
Lots 9 Plnestreet Acres TrustMaude .
L. 21.74 S T R ....e. The company added 450,000,
Part.of Oovt. lot 1 O. \ the year ,,"
ending
book 258 36 11 31 0.03 Forsythe D. P. Jf,_ 1.70p,1t Warner Homer & telephones .

of Goagl t 1 Sarah ...t.._. 8.07 with 5,969,083 in service. This .:4
book 38 page 96 & Warner homer L. & with a gain of 384- ,
parcel south of lot Sarah .... 1,72 compares Y
is blk 6 desertbd Price W. E.8r. &Leila 10.47 000 for the area during 1967. ;,

@d tn__book 37_page 36 11 31 0.22 Drown Earl W. & Rose : Weaver :: C.: & Geral- Fremaux said that Southern l,
.. .. 11.01
Q. 6.90
Hord S. R. & Dorl...__. 10.e7 Bell gained 188,600 telephonesin .
Part of Swetnam Gordon & and carried forward
oItp'e2IVi 36 11 31 2.47 'Ryan C. M. & Eleanor.. 16.91 Florida
R.
Chrletlne ___.. 8.8& ..
1 acre eaat of boulevard Parker Pal Sr. ? .-... a $145.7 million service im- .

128 _book 30 pave- 37 11 31 0.72 Whltaker Claude A._. 26.31 M. B: Construction i Co. 11l3: provexnenit and expansion pro ..
HOBOS SUB ; "
GOLD COAST SITU Rusynlck Clara F...._ 9.U gram.
Blocks 1-2 except lots .' :Horton H. E. & Ella.abeth The company paid $193- ,#0 :

4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11 13 __ ._.?.__... ..- 8.30 48O.OOO in taxes during the ,?
block :I .-- Peter on n. D. ..._..._.. 151.12 Susan B. Spivey ._. 38.43 'J
nearly.'J
LoN blk 6... ._... Claypool J. C. & M. A. 15.23 McFadden year, an increase of
ttft 150 ft of blk 8 Rodgers Gilbert & LIl- 4 13 31 Joyce Ma.y.li: million 1967. In addition
Han .- :as.n Jrorre.t O. ._._...___ 82.152 $26 over
Lota. 1-2-23-U blk 8 Peterson n.D. ..- ?.-_... 17.6 telephone customers paid
12 A lot 20 million in excise .
Lo.rk5.to: Laln8' John & Margaret 12.78 4 13 31 8.21 Konlecsny Sophie =-__ 12.84 out almost $88 '
Lots thru & 17 4 la al 5 Alden J. S. Be Anna 4.10 and sales taxes on tele
thru \ bik 91 pet.rsod R. D. __ 40.12 which South. "
services
TOWN or KORONA phone
PETKRSONS SUBDIVISION. em Bell collected for federal,

... Lot I thru 20 block 10 Peterson n. D.' 57.13 TOWN or .FAVOIIETTA state and local governments.

Lots' l-Z-3-U-U-Z4. Peterson It. D. 24.tt! PALS GARDEN 'SUB Earnings on the company's r

Part of N4 of SW\4 Kelly. Cleo ._ 2.85 stock share I r
were $1.94 a compared
O. n. booK 11 page. Talbot Arthur C..___ 1.80 ,
aao .- _..- -. 1 1. II 1.150' Nor CharlesRlcha rd A. ORMOND MANORS with $2.19 for the preceding

& .8. GoetllD8' Mr.:. E.__ 1,80 'year.BLACXSHEAR. S..

HODEL'LAKD CO SUB I 'BEACH EAST, or AlA ,

Lot Ii blk 1 .;.... Northrlp C. K.._.._ : Lowe.Elwood Everett :M.._._.__ 1.67
n.n J. M. ...
) ---; ,
...
Lots 11-12 block 1 Claypool 3. Co & Kae Hooker 11.6.17
Lots 123lots 115 \ J. E. __ PRODUCES
thru 22.blk. 11_ Northrip Richard A. .& : McCumber. Abba' -___ J.4'
Charles Me 23.60 "
Tract 8 blk A 6 12 11 10 Wolf Melvin .. Lillian Brown E. W. E.tate._ 5.29 SPRING FASHION SHOW

Raymond Patricia 4c 8.66 GOLD COAST SUB Herb Blackshear, coach and

Peterson n. D. ,__ 5.50
NS4 of tract 1 ,& all '' ... Peterson .. 3.41' physical education instructorat
.tract 2 bloc B 8 12 11 15 Wolf 'Kelvin & Lillian Claypool n..8.--- School
Vingle Raymond 4c : .. 1.17 Carver showed one

Patricia ........... .-... .. 7.47 LAND' .CO SUB of his many talents Friday
Part of tract 11 book -
39 394 & ".1 tu.iMSnr++ night when he 'produced a
page ex- ..? l lcept
Richard __ 1.11
book 54 page SUBNorthrlp Spring Fashion Show which

296 ..?. ._...,._ -. ,7 12 J1 0.87 ClIfton, Joseph ._......... ,.. 2.89 : MOODY SUNlckle..' L. Estate---.' 2.03 was presented at the Carver

MIDWAY PARK J I Smith R. L. .? ..?,.?..... 2.28 Cafetorium.
: :" 'Cook ::1L T._ ?..... ...._ 4.24
Lot' It ., Mlnchew: Thomas .. &; !Besides the eight models
Janice .+. .."...-:. ._.. _..TI SUB '
1-2-4-5-21'--: ',1FUQVAY who presented the latest in
Lots Miller Glenn J. & Ruth U.13
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p
.
fashions of
men's and wom-
'WHUPERmO PINES SUB ;. D. F. Fuquay. ..-...--- 18.73 en's clothes
.' J't' a special enter.
Lot 3 blk l.--- ': Doak Albert L. & Lea-
.: 1.0 D. F. F"Uqu.y.l.11.13 tainment feature of the eve-
Lot'6 blk 3 -' Rechart Denton 4c liln- : ; \ .\ 0 ning was'a dance 'enSemble

hie N .. ......._..:....... 7.86 1 D.. F. Fuquay ?:?..?? ,15.83 from
It. book 21 pace UI D. F. Fuquay ..... .'7.93 Bethune-Cookman..
O'b ?-
D _._.. .. .., 11' i.. 11 :-0.20 Schadt Carey N 4c Pa- D. F. Fuquay ...- .. 1333 group presented a variety of
trlcla. A. ?.... -.- .. ... 6.44 ,dance
Book 49 page 339 except ... D. F. Fuquay ? ? ? IT.33 numbers. both ethnic

484 blk book P._14'.......page...: -;. 11,: '12 SI 0.14 Jones Carlton L. _____ 8.07FLAGLER" 1 : : D. F.. Fuquay -_ 11.13 and modern i dance routines.

BEACH ACRES SUB D. F. .Fugt.ay -__ 11.73

Tr. 15 blk. D 11 '12 SI 1.0 Xuleskl H. F. A Nereid 49.78 D. F. Fuquay' __,. 18.73

MOODY SUB D. F. Fuquay -:.. 87q
Lots 4-5 blk 3.-... Cannon John 'IH. & Pa- MOBBS SUB .
Mobbs F. J. & ...
'' : Grace 1.15
trlcla _
Loit.-blk ..__ 1..7 3
3'.r.... Cannon John.'u. 4c PaI. r,
Peters T. I. "
IIets 4-5 blk I :? ..: ; Peterson .1.. .?D.- 21.60 "
!N% of tl\1 A all lot .--- NOTICE =

Lot 16 14 blk Stua Joseph & Mary.... 10.54
& S Va of lot 15

bik.23 Decker Orville, n. &:
Judith R. __ .._.. .r... 1.18 l that the following described lands or, so
ILot of blk 28 Swing Mae Freeman. necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
: 51.49
Lot 5 blk 28 ? DonovaDDorthy Tt.8' II together with cost of such sales and 'adt r
Lot 5 bJk 30 .. at
? Charlea F.. Charon.-. 10.31 public auction on the 29th day of May
Lot 1 blk 33_ ; City Tax Collector In'the Civic Center Build- I
Cbaron C. 1"; & Allee.. 14.43 : A. M.. In the
Lot Lota 6 11-18 block block 61 _43_ McDanlela Stribling Mary 1.1 __. 7.70 : City of Bunnell 'Flagler '"

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J. D. &: Don-
a na Marie ._ ,,. 24.51 : 2N
Lots 22-23-24 blk 14 Waterman ?? ?? Kenneth D & Betty Herring 62.03
Leslie _
.i .98 Kenneth D & Betty Herring6.10
: FLA-GLEft IIARnOft ? Southern Holding' Corp._.. 3.00
SUB '"
Lot l' blk X83___ ......... Joel & Elizabeth Kmandel_. 16.80
O. IL book 1 page a48 Crosby Flora. Mae....._ 82.18 ... -.- Arthur & Rannle May Jones 13.35 .ga
lot 'I blk 1- ...... ; .- Mercedes Murray 1.32
? 12 12 31 0.30 Peterson Dean a ...
Etta.. 163.39 g C. B. Klsenbach ..".. .. 12.14
I VENICE ,PARK SUB ..=:. H. S.. Wllda. A Dalton Cobb e 46.68:
'Lot 22 blk 88-: .?._ Oeteen William K & ... .. Mary Phillips ____. 2.70
.
: .? ,. Riley King 2.10 ,
Lot '1 blk 7S R : ld F.: Allen: &c 17.68' D. E. A Doris l McLeod= 63.29: ir

Lot 2 blk' 77__ Shontere:: Richard E.& -107.14 ?. ....:. John Frank. H.A Jr.Bssle,A Mae Beulah Olddena Mae 22.26

Thelma ....-??, 45.8e Allen ?..? ?.-. __ 16.28 t
.. c Sam White ..-____-;:.... 2.10
..
OCEAN CITY SLID .. ? Johnson Jenkins _... .,___ 1.60
???
-t
Lot Lot 20 2...&..:_.outheaaterJy .._.__- Kree.ly Eva _._?? .?.,. ::12.81 SO of \Vilda H. Cobb __?.?.. .-...::,. 17.12'

25 ft. of lot 21 &: exc.
north 20. of lot l' Pluff Albert & Lot
: Helen 12.21
:nook- 53 page 280_ 13 31
12': 10 Up.on It. C. A Dorothy 23.91 R/W
f ___.? TVllda & Dalton Cobb..._ 71.41 ..
I :rUQUA.Y.+ SUB Block I '
Lots, 3 Be N% of lotlot ,' : 5-6

a.ot : bik block 8 Fuquay t /" Cooremans Pield. 0. G. ..- ,.. ? 60.91 '_All... Wllda &: Dalton Cobb __.__. ,123.59

Lots 6-7-8 blk 4 -. Wllliamaon Antoinette.n. O. A: 97.12: _. Wllda & Dalton Cobh.__ 'SS.srf -

I- Kreaal ---:.... 30.11 Willie Cllde Brown 20( .53 COACH HERB BLACKSHEAH
ts'8 rJ.lf-12b 10 Nemeth; Eva 11.84 Chester & Rosa Lee Thomas 2.10
There.a -6 168 'Willie May Benford 0:._??..,... .18.64 ,
Lot block 12 Jack 21.19 .. --. .Walter E III & Kathleen A. Blackshear modeled an out-
.4 i McCormick Herm J, Knight. 44.29 fit that he had designed
= himself'
; & Lynneli 7 8.
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1.19 I
Lots 13-14-15-16 blk -
I. ....-.. Hoke S. &' Wllda H. Cobb_ 26.04 He, also, designed one of
Lots' 1 thru 6 block n. J. Wallace '-'_ 28.45 2.: the, fashions presented by
_-... C. B. & Leona W. Klsenbach a
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22 : ---.:...- Moore 78.89 female 'model. ,He has had
Floyd __.
Lot block _', 42.02 4.. 1 previous
i Gatta Paul Jr. & Ve.ta experience modeling.
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Lot 23 lock 20 '.-__ rnLFr 10.04 .:; Leona W. Elsenbach & Heirs Blackshear was
Hall
; l .... : : 105.70 an outstand

.Lota 8.9 block 21....... c 9,44 426 Wilfred E. A Wanelle Hunt-
Wllliamaon ing football
Richard &: .r... player as a high
:Lot 20 block 23 w Hilda 61.68 1.92 school
Loa 9.10 8s of lot Cobb Ruby P. __ 7,68: '215 James E. A Lillian Glddens 2.32 student in Jacksonville
.: : .. Jasper & Mary Ander. and one of the
8 & of lot 11. .1 : ;; -.-_. Willie on__ 13.09 Bethune-Cook.
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block ZI .? .-... .:_, Mae Benford. 2.40 man squad.. He played
Hts. Willie
Wllliamaon n. G. & Mae Benford ____ 24.70' pro
Hilda Willie Mae & fessional football
8of lot 4 &: all lot _r 33.02 ford _.: Bertha Ben- for the Pittsburgh .
24 \ Gatta Paul Jr. & Vesta ._ Jerry M. &Gladys 2.70 Steelers. He has had
aslkbl: Lee..... 7.88
Lot k24=== Cambel Wllb ru K8 17.24 .?..... Willie Cllde Brown .....,, .,?-. 2.10. experience as a counselor in

Lots 31-32' block 21_ Frances E?. .._. ...." : ,,.. -. Joseph &: Annie Boys Town in Jacksonville.Florida's .
Kressly H.n ?? Underwooa...
Lots 1-2-3 block 2'_ Eva ..:, .._ ____ H. K. Elmer W. 184
Long Waudelle Zelma &
Lots T. et al 80'28
20.block' 23... Viola l
Lots lJuteaux E. J. __ 8:88: .Olson 6.98 252 state
6-8 mock banks
._ Willie
C. Brown .. ....., .
34 Sheeler :
Lots 17-18 Bryce &fc Joanne ? 4.20 have
block 115.88
.. reported
: PI//&. an increase in
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Lot .4. block.":; '36,..i -. ,'.r. Sheeler BryW. Joanne 4.80: i i i | i 1 i i James R. Wimberly __,?. 4.20 assets of more than $700 million -
lHOJUfINOSIDID
SUO S over the
last
Lot 24' block 2.... To::= Collector City of Bunnell. Florida six.months
,- Irnia
'. Parker .- ._,_ 7.12 : ", 4 to.May says State Comptroller
Fred
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'FLACLCR TRIBUNE THURS.. MAY 8, 1969 STUDENTS Flagler Beach BHS Honor t, .

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RECEIVE AWARDSAT Honor Roll For ., Roll For .

I ; CHURCH :o Mrs.DBJC Douglas' ., Prevatt, Se- Fifth 6 Weeks I. ; Fifth 6 Weeks .

ville was presented the Top Honor \'is
Principal's List V\, Roll"a
i ,. Student Achievement Award ,...' a
,.NEwa. Janice Leonard 'p Grades 4 thru 12 .
assist- .>
for surgical
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: ) I technical Fourth Grade i +
ants at the. Friday"" at Awards Laura McGee Chip Brooks,:[:', ,{; '
Assembly Mary ,
t Gwen Greene Nancy Creal ;r Mr'e i
er our feelings In response to Karl School 0f 'Applied Science Candace Clay r? ,?" Rob Cowart .: r

Weekly Sermon our mothers today
of you shall revere his mother. Cheryl Hoskins : Debbie Meekins .
Methodist Church ."Leviticus 19:3.: is the daughter, of Mr. ; and Jeff Thomas.. Daphne Rodgers t.
Mrs. G. E. Allen, Jr. of Bun- Solomon ',\.,
Bunnell First United Jon WilderBarbara<<: Davey '
nell.Other Marcy Strickland i, :;
Rev. Oliver .. Pastor Burns
.- F. Taylor. SUNDAY SERVICES local students receiving "
"t, Carl Lerch Dot Tucker
awards Miss
were Carol r
ONCE ,YEAR Richard Miller '" Eve Tucker -. v '
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Pache, Practical Nursing ,Per- '
In ,our land on the second CHURCHES, MAY 11 v ....... fect Attendance Award. She Is Billy McGee Watson s ../JjkJimmy jf.Mena, Wadsworth, X ; :,,,,V>f.: -

Sunday ,In May we observe' a t the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seventh Grade 'f f? "B Honor Roll"Grades

day to honor our Mothers. "Awake to righteousness, Leslie Pache, Burtnell. Mike Abbott 10 thru 12
Motherhood is a demandingand and sin not; for some haven Claude H. Barrow, son of Jimmy Bryan ",
Laura
challenging position in ")It t the knowledge of God." Mrs. Charles Wofley, Bunnell, Frank Beveridge V Gary Buckles ...k ",,
received the Electronics Bryan John Cook > *** r t :'J.
life. In day' to day living those This verse from I CorinthiansIs Pam Thomas .
who assume the duties and the Golden Text ,in this Achievement'' 'Award. Law Robert Creal F :

responsibilities of* ..,this role week's Christian Science Bible More than 85'students, received Rodney Wilder Minnie DeepFrederick ,
Craig
face varied circumstances In' Lesson-JSermon'on "Adam and awards in various occupational Rex ,',.- Fruits '..'' "

'life.A .. Fallen Man." training programs. Donald Burge Jollota Lillie HallCatherine Harris .

mother shares ',the ,joys A related passage from I
SENIOR CLASS' Robert
and the frustrations of her Science and Health'with Keyto BHS STUDENTS :' Heape M"I
Jeanne
Higginbotham
children. Life presents many the Scriptures Mary Baker BAKE SALE .( GET SUPERIOR Hutcheson 1,r,
Faye
exceptional moments which Eddy comments: "A knowl-
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SATURDAY:
; reduce the monotony of house edge of ,evil was never the M. RATING Marion Irvin ; ..'

hold chores when, children essence of divinity or man. The Bunnell High' School Faye Hutcheson and Susie t John Richard Jones: "'" .

6 are: on the scene. Too often hood. Senior Class will have a Bake Peterson, Bunnell.High,,School Lesa Knight !:/, !

many fail to give ,proper love All are welcome to attend Sale Saturday morning at band students, both received Gale Leonard .'J'" .: : :S"i
} and respect to ;their mothers any Christian Science Church. 9:00 In front of the Bunriell superior ratings Friday for Ann Genece Meekins Minshew {'I' '
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until, she, ,becomes ,only 'a post office. Proceeds from the their twirling solos at the .. ,':
.. memory. sale will go toward the sen. State Band Contest at Jack Buddy Moore ,, '
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Vicky Perritt' .. .
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lor fund. !
prom ._ sonville. 't' '
Christianity ,demands certain ATTEND THE: James RobertsonV;.i\; '
relationships within the .. Kirk Robertson ,
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family..One of these is to hon., CHURCH' OF YOUR Mike Robinsont ,'..c-;.' \\it 1'.'

or the 'mother for her 'role in Janet Scott ; : .... .
,our,lives. Let us all reconsid CHOICE ON"SUNDAY Betty Steflik ;,, .,'

Mary Ann Steflik ,, t ..r_ ".
after'Q ",see Clifford Taylor VS V :. :. .


\, n. CRAIG, FtJNERAL, HOME '+ Q your cjoctor..Mil .. Elaine Colleen Barbara Tucker Tucker Thomas ;% !,' "r''.;''a, ,

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: Grades 7 thru 9. ,
: JOHN CAPO.. ManagerAIR to Lila Allen -. ...:...' l''.''

*. >' OXYGEN S ) Ted Anders. ::. f t

CONDITIONED t'f LADY I EQUIPPED ) l .i.... .:A Vlviiin Arnold .. ;t:4: :,
I. 4 ,,Lee Carol Baker ':: : '<
1 ATTENDANT | < 'r....f' ..t.i'
CHAPEL .' ;
; ,. ,, Helene Bryan .
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Karen V Clegg
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Phone ID 7-3532 Professional! Bfdg.f Barbara Cowart '" 1(
Charlotte Dodlmead4
,201,E. MOODY BLVD., BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Bob Gould .
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; lM.4Y ILYtl. .
:: i : '! 'n "" : ,; :; Cathy Mayfield '..

.. F'V Roberta: Mitchell '1.,
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::{ Chevrolet Pacesetter' 'Values. .' ,Rita James Connie Pellicer Pounds'McDaniel ., '4":V., t;VV." .'\\1'\,>,


Jack RawUns' : ..
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< j. Cherry Wadsworth ::. \

: less' .;.. Stella Weaver : '. ;
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: $147.00 ? $69.00 Elaine Weeks ..:.-.;;..,
;. \ y \
i)! '"', ',1\\',than last year's Camaro with comparable equipment. than last year's Chevelle with comparable equipment Wally Mona Wetherjngton Wilkins .. .

.,. : .,;, If you equip Camaro with Powerglide, the new 250-hp We're not:;talking about a stripped-down car, either. Grades 4 thru 6
;' '350 V8';,that runs on regular gas, advanced-design power We're talking about a Malibu Sport Coupe with head Kathleen Buckles *' :;
'. ,:,' n ", disc brakes,:whitewall tires and wheel ,covers, the price restraints.and*a 20O-hp V8 that runs on regular gas. If Sherry Buckles' VS
' '; is $147 less; 'than last year's: model with comparable you add Powerglide power disc brakes, wheel covers and Susan Clegg V II

t p,j '..,t .equipment, including head restraints. .whitewall tires.to your Malibu, you'll find it's $69* less. Teresa Edwards .;.'

t: '. E .;- Carole Hardin d', :' ; : ; --

i1 .: ... Brenda Hazelllef !:1 '
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Debbie Sue Herr '
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) .. Tammie Lynn \
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Dolly Jones it:,

Kim Knight r -::;

I. Melissa Morgan *,.. ,'W.
W Jay Rodgers jg ',1

.. Carol June Smith -flf J'' ,
Tammy Robertson l" ',
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: BHS ACADEMIC

TEAM ON TV .
II.C .. .
,.C- I MONDAY MAY 12
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Bunnell High School Academic ,
,:a.'.:.. "' .iI." ;/ Team' members Gary}
Buckles, Genece Minshew and]
fc ? Brenda Townsend will appear]
... .. \ on the panel show "It's Aca-

: '. $101.00 less demic" at 7 p. m: ..Monday:
'.
12 WFGA-TV Channel "
May on. -
"; :than last year's Impala with comparable equipment. ; 12. '

.. Add a?few options like these to your Impala: Turbo ,1 The BUS team will be competing ',;
.,' ""l V.4. : r t Hydra-matic.: Big 300-hp V8. Power disc brakes., Head : against Suwanee High
\ "". ,r" ....r.restraints...V Whitewalls. Wheel covers. All together, the ,.. / and Newberry High. The aca.'110

't ..4t.; : : .' .. '..price>is, $1Q1* less than it{ was for last year's Impala ." demic, teams are selected by;*, 4

I t .;u1 V .r. i .comparably equipped. Putting you first,keeps us firsts !i the show's producers to repre-
', T' %\ .. sent their schools on the question -

.J ,Baaed on m.nufactnrer'.aur.-t.i rUU price.Including Federal ezclM Ux nd.uf fe Ud dealer new carr preparation chare. and answer series.S \.1..V Tf9THE \
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.. MAY 8. 1969,


DEBORAH NIPPER- FLAGLER 'WOMAN'S CLUB INSTALLATION

ri-- PAUL WED BARROWTO SATURDAYMiss


Deborah Lynn' Nipper
daughter of ;Mr. and' Mrs. Eu
gene Nipper Deen Road, Bun
nell, and Paul A. Barrow, son
of Mrs. Charles Worley Chapel -
St.. Bunnell will exchange r
wedding vows at'' seven o'
clock Saturday ,evening. May
:10 at Bunnell Pentecostal
Holiness Church.. '
The Rev. T. D, Peacock pastor t / i
and the Rev. Father Antonio i 1 1ry
H Leon will perform the,, I

4 double mony. ring-candlelight. cere -i _


1 There will be a reception
\ afterward at the Bunnell Civic
SHOWER HONORS :MRS. MINCHEWMrs. Center. All friends and relatives .

James H. Minchew. center was honored at a stork of the couple are Invited -
shower Monday night at her home. 307 N. Church street. Bun. to both the ceremony and MRS. R. K. HIRST, left; accepts the president's gavel from

\,... nell. Hostesses were Mrs. R. H. Phlpplns left and Mrs. Jack reception. No invitations are Mrs. C. O. Magee installing officer, at the Flagler Woman'sClub
being sent. installation ceremonies at Rogers Restaurant Wednesday,

Holt.A pink and blue color scheme was used in the decorations. April 30. Mrs. Hirst was elected to serve the 1969.70 year. Seat.
OES SCHOOLOF
Refreshments of cake and. punch were served to twenty-five In. INSTRUCTION ed in the background is Mrs. Jasper White.

vited guests. Mrs Elizabeth Miller Order
Appropriate games were enjoyed by the guests and prize Eastern Star Grand Conduct.

winners were Mrs. Virginia: Wyndam, Mr Jams F. :Minchew ressr Daytona Beach will con

Mrs. J. L. DuPont and Mrs. Joe Arnold. duct a School Instruction at
Bunnell Chapter No. 93 Tuesday -

MERCER .FAMILY REUNION SCENE May ':13 at8p.m.Allof.
ficers are urged to attend.
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RICHARD ItfcCEE. JR. !

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc. .. ,sue
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Gee Waycross,: Ga. are par. -
ents of a son born April :19.
Former residents Mr. and

,,Mrs. D. M.. Hughes Homer- a I
ville Ga. are the maternal I

grandparents.Mrs. .
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r Daisy Buckles returned
to her home 'In Bunnell

Saturday'after spending a
week at Jesus:, Ga. visiting'

with .her' son" in law, and Newly elected Woman's Club officers serving with Mrs. HIrst

ment. Mr; Cook", was a mem- are 1 to r, Mrs. Frank' Brede !treasurer; ,Mrs E. A. Kruger corresponding -

Wadsworth ,ar d..family. secretary; Mrs. H. G. .Heydt second vice pesident;

C : Mrs. E. W. Schmidt recording secretary; Mrs. Jasper White,
CELEBRATES; BIRTHDAY ...,..
first vice president; Mrs. Hirst and Mrs. Magee.
O. F.' Alford, one of Flagler

County's longtime residents' LER COUNTY SURPRISE LUNCHEON
and civic leader, celebrated FC IVES GOLD FETES MRS. SKOLAR
I Sixty-five members of the John Christopher ,Mercer -family his 80th birthday anniversary Eo AWARD Mrs. George Skolar celebrated -
I 'j attended the fifth annual reunion Sunday afternoon ,at ,the Sunday, ,at his home Church "Mrs. Levf Brannam, .Bun her'birthday at a luncheon

J Bunnell Civic Center :St.. Bunnell: : nell member: of the Executive Wednesday at Bunnell Restaurant. -.
I Visitors. 'at'..the.Alford''home ''
Committee and Board of ,t 'The surprise affair was
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Trustees of,Spaceport Area TB .....'given by Mrs. Jeff Seale, Mrs.
Lanny Alford and son Doug and Respiratory Disease Assn., Jan Spangler, and Mrs. Mack
St..Augustine)Mr., ,and Mrs. received the GpldxeyAward., 'I, Ydlvh1t! n.J: f, :'**..,- .- '* I .
Don Alford and- .sons Howie at the annual association" A.large cake decorated with
and Lee. Jacksonvilleand Mr. meeting at Holiday' Inn West, red roses inscribed with "Hap.
I and Mrs. Larry King, ,St. Aug. '
Daytona Beach last Friday., py Birthday" centered the
I ustine. The award was presented to table.
T Mrs. Branam in recognition of Joining the honoree on the
,/ HOUSEGUESTS \_ Flagler County for 'reaching' gala occasion"were Mrs. Ber-
ylr Jacksonville Mr. and .Mrs.f Bob,Bond of their projected goal !hi the nle Wilson Mrs. Robert ,Cook. .

'r Bunnell are visiting In Christmas Seal Campaign.The Mts., W.. Fryman Mrs., Keith
with
Mr.
Mrs.
and
Spaceport Area TB and
'/ Scott Sheffield. Lovell Mrs. Clyde Duensing,
; .,. Respiratory Disease Assn. has Mrs. Max Porte and Mrs. W.
provided. educational materi W., Dulaney.
HOME FROM VISIT
als for distribution
I I ; in the t I
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker (county's schools ,and has pro. F. BEACH LIONSAUXILIARY
1 have returned home .from vided aid for several county MEET

r Leesburg, Ala. :where they residents while they were patients The Flagler Beach Lions-
;1 spent several days visiting in the State! TB Hos Club Auxiliary : completedtheir
with relatives and Mrs.
friends. pitals Brannam said. election officers when
",,',' While there they attended Mrs. Frank Brede Flagler they met last week at the
the Parker, family reunion. Beach and Mrs. Margaret Lions Club. Mrs.' 'Charles
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN CHRISTOPHER AND NANCY
Tailor{ Bunnell are also Wendlandt was elected secretary
MERCER attending the annual gathering were, ;1 to'r. O. F. AI'I members of the Board of Trus ; ''Mrs. Vivian Hanna historian

I 'I ford Mrs. Alford (daughter), Mrs. J, F. Mercer (wife of the late PAINTINGBOB : tees. Mrs. Taylor received and Mrs. Thelma Ed.
James F. Mercer a son), Mrs. Pauline Horton (daughter), Mrs.J. special' recognition for solicit. wards treasurer.

H. Mercer and John Henry Mercer son)..Not present were Mrs. MOODY ing The business Gold contributions. 'The club will meet .May 13
Key Award
is
Lizzie Sedessie, Mrs. Leona Story and Lee Mercer. on at 7:30 p. m. in the clubrooms
... .. 40 years, local experience I<- 'of display Bunnell In the Citizens Bank in the Milland Hotel...
lobby.
I JEFF DAVIS were served to Mrs. Max Hall .437-860 All Lions wives are urged to
Tel, Harry Davis of Salt
: Springs attend.
,, CELEBRATESFIRST and son John. Miss Eleanor <" .
BIRTHDAY Shill Mrs. Minnie Learmant and Mr.
and
Mrs.
Harold Jeff) Davis young Miss 'Ann McCarthy and Mrs. Davis and'daughter Charles Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Hall,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis Dale Greene and daughter Jacksonville Bonnie of LaBelle. Florida and Mrs. Myna -
I Flagler Beach celebrated Pamela all of Flag et Beach: COME TO BUNNELL' .,TO nell visited In Bun. Hall of Ocala spent last
/, his first birthday at a party and Mrs. Mary Preston Conn., Kinney Saturday.and Annie with Mrs. John week in Bunnell visiting Mr;
k; given by: his parents at their and Harold's grandmother SHOP Spaul lng. ard Mrs. F. H..Howell. '

r home Tuesday afternoon. ,Mrs. John Schmidt. Caldwell Drop ''Your Laundry Off BROTHER DIES ;
Traditional, refreshments. N. :J. IN ILLINOISMrs. Mrs. Effie Holland, Vero
Before Pick-up; Later Beach is visiting In Bunnell
; ,. F.: H. Howell received '
with her
) :son In law and
1 word of the death
REMEMBER MOTHER 20 Ibs Washer brother. Shurbum of 'her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Cecil .'
35c who .died unexpectedly Spivey of, 60 a' Hazelllef and children. ,J

0 WITH, A GIFT. FROMCOOK'S .. rt' .:. 14 Ibs Washer:25c Chlcagv heart attack,:Hl.1Funeral at his home in Mr.:,and Mrs, Edward Todd I

., ... or Eustis spent last ,weekend
\ J, ,,services were'In
SUNDRYV.:=b c In Bunnell visiting Mr. and .4
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,, }i :: We Wash Rt.asJ1..e. Mrs Travis: Chambers. .. _. '

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SEE OUR SELECTION OF 'MOTHER'S JfAY. ,. ', tt

J' .. ..- <:,':: An 's" Umidry f Mother's [Day May 11 "
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HOLLINGSWORTH .__ .. 1 .It # : ;
CHOCOLATES Bunnel_ ,::fJ9ddA-. .. .. ...- .j .., CORSAGES '

'J S $ q Do"r fibf.Jlt' toy .0 .P .' i7ED. PLANTS IN ,BLOOM "

.;.J/ SSOo)1 ip f 6-;0 P. S. t' PERMANENT FLORAL WREATHS .
.r Wash Cria j"" '
Colognes 1 Dewy} \/ BI f9'J ids i.'rBlkj "i 4 ..
lrret6vl/
: '::1 Floyver Sl.p'j
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Watches Jewelry Cases Thrift= r Was ,, '. 1...... :
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THURS.. MAY 8. 1969:4z' TOWNSENDAWARDED
BRENDA

ATHLETIC REMEMBER HER V < .


SCHOLARSHIPBrenda ONMOTHER'S .-
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Mrs. Joyce Townsend Townsend daughterof Bun- DAY / V

V nell and a Senior at Bunnell **
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High School has been award -'. May' 11th 1
: BAR ed an Athlectlc Scholarshipto ': : ,
Flagler College In St.. Augustine ..
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DANCING EVERY Is the first girl In the history It.i. : ')... ."" '
; SATURDAY of Bunnell Hfgh School to re ')" .....'JJ. k\V\

.1 Liquor Beer Package V celve an athletic.'Scholarship. \ .
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Pizza _.. She received the scholarshipbased I

i'J; : J \ I I'' ,'!- \ ..\,...""x' demic on record an outstanding and athletic aca. : \ I
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All Conference In track for .the "
BUNNELL CUSTOM ITCHENSU Tournament In basketball; .. ; ,
All Conference In tract for the I'I '
',107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 past two years and holds the I I
conference record In the broad
BUNNELL, FLORIDA V .
Jump; received honorable .'::.
FREE mention In volleyball; winnerof !
ESTIMATESBAR
several medals in the Junior 1IF44i
FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENSBEAUTY Olympics In 1968; and was

SALON AND BARBER TATIONS selected All-Conference. In

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS Softball.

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Laminated. Plastic Upholstery Fronts I

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BINGO 8:00: P. M. for Classes of the DrumuMaJor'i Junior and 'Sen-ana ,

Librarian' for the'Achool band _
FLAGLER BEACH ,RECREATION HALL -I. '
for thepast "two 1'years, received
SPONSORED BY- .. the Ourfstaftdlrig Math'

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-- Ann Harper Leonard King,
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Orchids Bullock. Darrell 'Britt Carl V
McKelvln Everette Durrance I __ (':'.. :
1, '. '," Black's Flower Shop Henry Mlkulka,' Agnes Ever. F What.s the catch There Isn't any. V 1'-'. '" \ :. ;"V,
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outside rearview mirror, padded dash, front seat ,{t. "',4k\\r .'*IV IVV V

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OPEN & UPHOLSTRY WORKS V Not to mention.the new electric rear-Wlridow' } ,. ..",'". J..r. :'

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i 'THURS.. MAT 8. 1969 ,-' t 2-THE rmci, R" TRIBUNE
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,\: 3Jfluglrr Entered a. 'second claaa matter
,' INCORPORATED February 8, 1913. at the poatofflce -
l IltmNEt.1. K1.ORIDA at Bunnell. Florida under
,Act of March 3, 1876. *" y*f r- -
'1' :, JOHN A."CLEGG'if I C Western '"SELECT"rr '
:" Editor._ .,,1blt.her: '' lOe Per Copy 14
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De.lytnated new.paper 10. all Ontalde Finder County
Legal Adrerll.laR *4.OO Per Year

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'. "THEY BLEW THEIR COOL"Shortly

,;; before the meeting between the School Board and
:\ the Flagler Beach PTA, I had observed to one of the School > xv \
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Board members that I expected they would compromise; on a U. |S.,D. /Choice/ "BONED & ROLLED ;

three teacher school at ,Flagler Beach next ,year. ..
SIRLOIN TI' DIIAOT
>' In fact, I' was secretly hoping that they would be able to Ib.Ib. OE
work out arrangements for a three teacher school next year, an. U Ufw I
ROMP .
or
<*'tlclp ting that ithe enrollment would soon pickup so that addl-
:/tional' teacher Units would be earned by the following school '
U. S.J>. A. Choice "FULL CUT"
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year. "
But. as I listened to the progress of the mass meeting I began 1
to wonder If, they' were "blowing ,their cool". The Board ROUND STEAK
members were Invited to meet with the PTA to discuss the .

problems.
Instead of a meeting, It turned out to be a confrontation.
Instead of discussing the problem at hand, all manner of ac- Choice'Juicy
cusations and Invectives were cast at/the Board. It certainly did
not appear to be the way to win any favorable consideration. ALLMEAT STEW Ib. 68<'

..' When accreditation was discussed and the superintendentheld
in his hand the state standards he was told he did not

know what' he was talking about. .
When he discussed finance and the loss of funds from state .
appropriations, he was told he was passing out false informa- Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB Lean Western .

tion; that Flagler schools- would receive as much, if not more, SMOKED BACON PORK 'C OpgKEU
state school funds next year. Yet it is a positive fact that funds ,
were cut during the middle of the term this year and the present lb. "" '
formula calls for additional cuts next year. SLICED ''FREE 18e 780 :

When he told of plans to move cllassrooms from Carver to
,Bunnell at about one-third the cost of new construction he was Fresh Fla. jGrade '"A" BREASTS-LEGS-THIGHS ..
told it could not be done. In spite of the fact.a competent architect -
had studied the construction,arid recommended it could be
'done and, .a relibale bond ComPany would guarantee'It. FRYER PARTS Ib. 48

The Board was ,threatened with an injunction to stop the

closing of the school. Threats were made to send all the Beach -- .. .... .... --' .
students to Ormond or eleswhere in defiance of a consolidation '

move When to Bunnell.the superintendent pointed out that the state had 1:1: OWN" CHICKEN: EACH 98* .

rated the school at "zero" for recommended enrollment and thalt -
no funds could be spent on the present site for.new constructionor
major alterations he was told he did not know what he was '
Van ;..Camp's No. 2 Can

4'' talking about.. PORK BEANS ,5 For $100 :MAXWELL HOUSECOF'FE.E
Then' the question of integration was tosSed. into the arena AND
ti with the suggestion that about' 'sixty; Negro elementary studentsbe
I transported to the Beach.The:Negro'community Is steadfastly: Lyke's I'i 15 bz. Can () .
opposed to this and. the Board. is,now placed in ,the position of CORNED, :}HASH 3 For $",00 --
finding it very difficult to retain any type of' school at Flagler' BEEF J .. .... ,- '. Ib -"-
Beach If they do away with Carver School. This' was ,probablythe Martha White: ".,& 'Tin 470
unfortunate circumstance of the
most singular ; evening. '
Then 'one Board member was called upon to'issue a state- QUICK GRITS HS Bag: 39CMartha Limit 1 with $500; or,niore food order '

:ment in support of Carver and Flagler Beach, and spoke in direct. .
opposition to the other four members of*the Board. White ':"

... All these things were pleasing. to' many in the audience as SELF MEAL T Bag 39'RISING. e SUN',,SPUN -
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I they ppl'auded.' .often. But it was the School Board they should
:have been trying to convince. '
Northern PAPERTOWELS (
The writer could sense as he sat thru: the meeting that the OLEO
approach was bed, and .that their case was being poorly pre- oEt ,33e
:sented. We know 'that the Board would' listen".to reason andueven .
,pleas; but threats and accusations and Intimidationswould 1 lb. '_
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\ only fall upon deaf ears. (DIXIE CRYSTAL (in Qtri. t

It was .noted that few in the audience were members of
\ the Beach PTA. Few of the more accusative speakers had.' child- SUGAR
r ran in the Beach school. The parents would. ,have received a
FROZEN: FOODS '
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much more responsive hearing.

1\ .. It appears that "they blew their cool". This writer found 5 'Bag '390 Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER"" '12 oz. Size
several board members unimpressed with the meeting; We Each
would like to make seveital suggestions for future;;consideration: Limit 1 with $5.OO or more food order POUND CAKE 690

1. Appofnt a PTA 'sponsored Citizens Commlfltee to work Morton's CHICKEN-BEEF-:'TURKEY
< i with the School Board on acquisition of 'an adequate site and '
I to work with the School Board on reinstalling the Flagler Beach FRESH PRODUCE_ POT PIES 2 ;kOg:. 39'c
lA School conditions will permit
., I Elementary as soon as "
; 2. Urge the School Board, in an orderly and ,constructive Golden.,Ripe J /, I
manner,to reapporitlon the School Board districts so that Flagler '
4 '. Beach will have more adequate representation on the..board. At BANANAS 2Ib" 25eCa. KRAFTMAYONNAISE
I : the present time the Flagler Beach district has about five times .
.-'Red' /lSWEETI i
I jaa.many qualified electors as the"smallest district.
\: ', I lb.
,1 ., 1 */; Jfohln A. Clegg POTATOES 2 330 Quart .
!I 39'--
I' .... Wolfe Ranch feedlots, which Calif. ?/Sunkist. -, Jar i

1;,,;_._, HAW CREEK RANCH will also,be a'part.of the' tour. LEMONS :' ''' r Doz. 490 Limit' 1 with'$5.00 or.more food order .'
of Wolfe '
Following the tour ''
I'I" .' INCLUDED ON Ranch, the group,will adjourn ,- ',. ', ,(,. I ... I' ,
Fairground .. '..'.1(
ANNUAL FBA TOUR to the St. Johns County )- \$':'' I
I ". where lunch will be ." :; .:r.t_ ,,
field at the H. .E. business .', '
A day served. A short meet. ', I rtJ '; ;:-'
.Wolfe Ranch, St. Augustine Ing will,follow the lunch.A ,
'". and,Haw Creek Ranch owned tour of Haw Creek Ranch or
U. 't 'by Raymon Tucker Bunnell, near Bunnell.. will follow the
."':' will be the main feature of lunch and business meetingof
: > I .,,., the annual meeting of the the association At Haw
': Florida Brahman Association Creek,.Ranch, Raymon Tucker RODGERS] ,
't i .', on Saturday May ::10.f. will 'show his -purebred Brah-

'J .y ,.. The day will open;at.10:00: man operation, and some of till _
-," .. a. m. with a tour: of Wolfe his Quarter\ Horses which will
A i' ,., Ranch on Florida highway;16,, be in training at that time.
about 15 miles west of Stj ,Any:person Interested in the '
'f Augustine between that'city r livestock Industry is cordially Phone. 437-3227
f.:. ,'.";'I;'i-f)'.,, :and Green Cove: Springs, invited, and may make reser- OPEN SUNDAYS" .. .. ...... ,
.. ,. .: .:-"'{;; At Wolfe Ranch visitors Will vations for the lunch by writIng 8:00 am.--1':00'p.m., 't'U.S.' No. 1 BUNNELL
Louis Pk O. Box
'" '.:program see a crossbred which cattle breeding produces 530 St. Augustine Gllbreath, Florida Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good lMay:89:10:: ; : ;*11 \land 12, -1969!

many of the calves fed at the 32084.
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3-THE rUJCLER TRIBUNE THURS. MAY 8. 1969CLASSIFIED CARD OF THANKS If you fail to do so. Default . -
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will be entered against you forth LKOAL APVEItTlgBMBfTT_ "

CAP MEETING May I take this method of of complaint.' relief demanded The nature In the of 0afd bill NOTICE Of PUBLIC HEARING 'r

HELD IN thanking each of you for your suit being .for There will be a public hearing -
cards DIVORCE on the School Board plan
BUNNELLAbout 'r prayers, flowers, visits WITNESS my hand and seal of of consolidation and speciallegislation
ADVERTISING I and friendship during my recent said Court this 28th day of ,AprilA. on Thursday, May 8,

forty,five Civil Air Illness. I feel Its a great D. 1969. 7:30 p. m. in the court room of
GEORGE M. MOODY Court House, Bun
the County
Patrol officers and membersattended privilege to be able to live in', Clerk 'of said Circuit Court nell Florida All :
iii the Group Six meet. Flagler County, amidst so (Official Seal) ty Cltlxens; and raera'o't:::

Ing at Bunnell Sunday. Group many wonderful : Christian By p :ihc5rer.kL.: Emery ; vited. Myrtle c. Rice

Six includes Daytona Beach. May 1. s. IS. 22.J4to Chairman of the Board
people.
TROPIC GARDENS Deland Ormond, New Smyrnaand Your thoughtfulness will always LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' James O. CraigSuperintendent of SchoolLEGAL .

Let us help beautify Flagler Bunnell.At be remembered:

County. Large variety of evergreens a recent Flagler County IN KI-.AOLKII CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA ADVERTISEMENT '

palms hedge plants. CAP reorganlzational meeting Mrs. Edna 'Kendall CIVIL ACTION No.r 647-E *
LBGISLATIOXTO
5% miles S of feunnell on Bill Damron was elected Commander LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ROSEMARY Plaintiff TRAVIS.' NOTICE WHOM OF IT MAY CONCERN: ,:

U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tic of the local unit. Other Notice is hereby given of Intention -
officers elected IN TUB COUNTY JUDOK'S!' ELI O. TRAVISDefendant. to apply to the1969 Session
were Earl COURT IN AND FOR KL.AUI..KU of the Florida legislaturefor
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Rice, Executive and Operation COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN I'ltO- DIVOHCKNOTIC13 passage of an act, relating to
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fields Installed: Rota-Rote Officer; Duane Deen In- HATH NO. OOtt TO APPEAR Flagler County; establishing a.
{ IN HE Estate of TO: ELI G. TRAVIS. reservation for the protectionand
snail shell. Reasonable prices. formation and Finance Officer GERTRUDE 1* HEREFORD 98 Haverhlll Street. propagation of salt water
HIOOINB. deceased Andover MassachusettsYOU fish and other salt water products -,! .
Call George Jarosz 437.3410 ; Harold Hoff, Supply and NOTICE TO CREDITORS:' AIDE HEREBY NOTIFI- in certain waters; regulating -

8-l.tf Transportation; Dalton- Cobb, ,All creditors of the estate of ED that a Complaint for Divorce the taking- and handling of + ',
Civil Defense GERTRUDE 1* HEREFORD has been filed against you. and salt water fish and salt water
Officer
; and HIGGINS, deceased are hereby you are required to serve a copy ts.is10 t./311lf.hIO/
SINGER zigzag .1968 model : : :
Cary Holland, Communication notified and required to flle any of your answer or pleading to ing' of '
used less than three Officer. claims or demands which th, r the Complaint to the Plaintiff's is a misdemeanor; repealing-
may have against said estate attorney LELAND B. SHAW. P. Chapter 8685, 1921 V4: Chapter
months. .guarantee..Makes in the office of the County O. Box 296. BUNNELL. FLORI- 12730. 1927: Chapter 14037.. 1929:
buttonholes fancy stitches FOR SALE-1958 Ford, good Judge of Flagler County. Flor- DA 32010. and file the originalanswer' Chapter 26829 and Chapter
ida. In the Courthouse Bun-, 26830, 1949 Chapter 67-1320
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condition In the officeof
pleading
darns monograms sews on nice Interior, 3- or 61-744
nell Florida within six calendar the Clerk of the Circuit, Court Chapters and 61-2162. 1
buttons without attachments.Pay speed floor shift, $200. Call months from the date of the of Flagler County Florida on or Laws of Florida, and repealingall
43r-3282 from first publication of this notice. before the 2nd day of June 1969. the other laws In conflict;
balance of $44 or 6 payments 12 to 6 p. m. Each claim or demand must be ofdefault providing an effective date.
If fall to" : order
do an
at $8 a month. For more ,week days. 4.8-TFG in writing and must state the you will be so taken against 4tc. April 24. May 1-8-16
and
Information., call 734.0018 or address place or residence of the claimant post-office and you for the relief demanded in --- .-
EXTRA INCOMEOPPORTUNITY must be to the the Complaint. .
sworn by
Centerp.
write Service Sewing LEGAL
DATED at Bunnell. Flagler ADVERTISEMENT t.
claimant his agent, or his attorney -
O. Box 393 peland, Florida or it will become void County. Florida this 29th day. .
Reliable of April. 1969.GEORGE.- NOTICE LEGISLATION
'man or woman. No
to law.
32720: ;March 13 TFC according M. MOODY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
selling, Refill and collect from. April. 24, May SEra 1-8'16.Rea 1969 Clerk Circuit Court.Omcl.51aif Notice Is hereby given of intention "

FOR SALE- 290 feet on John new type coin-operated dispensers / ERA REA County, Florida of to the apply Florida to the 1969 Session

Anderson, Hwy:, large living in your area. We secure April 24. May 1815. 4tc. ( By:, /s/) Kathryn L. Emery for passage of an act Legislature relating

room two bedrooms 2 baths locations. Must have car, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Deputy Clerk to Flagler County, recreationalareas -
LELAND B. SHAW ; authorizing
dining room kitchen and ga.. references, $650 to $2000 cash P. O. Box 296 (I.- t the bbard of 'county commissioners -
Howard investment for TIIFJ1 CIIlCtllT COURT OF Bunnel. Florida 32010 '' to enter into l
Call Wlsehaupt equipmentand
rage. KL.AUL.I3Il ?.COUNTY, LOItI- Attorney for Plaintiff cooperative agreements
4392247. May 1, 8,' 2tp. Inventory. Ten. hours DA r' May 1. 8.15. 22. 4tc.LEGAADVERTISEMENT with' federal and, state
In Case No. K4S-K overnments for'' recrea-
weekly can net excellent In-
BESSIE FRANCES WIGGINS flonal
areas: authorizing
FOR SALE-10 Inch radial come. For personal interview Plaintiff, the expenditure of certain

arm saw and 6 Inch 'jointer write, including phone number WAL1.ACE vs JENNINGS IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT county funds providingan
WIGGINS IN AND FOIL<< LAG- effective date.
.with stand and motor both to Cal-Ton Supply Jnc:, Defendant IKIt COUNTY, KL.OIIIDAIN 4tc April 24, May 1-8-15 1969.

for $175.00. Jerry's Furniture 711 No. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando NOTICE TO DEFEND PROBATE DOT
THE STATE OF'FLORIDA. TO: IN RE: ESTATE OF ,
Old Dixie Hwy. 2 mi. S. Koro- Florida 32803 Itp. WALLACE JENNINGS WIGGINS ANGUS S. REYNOLDS.. SR.. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE !

na. Ph. 4373752. May 8. 1tc. Residence Address Unknown". Deceased.. '
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You are hereby notified that a NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF LEGISLATION
suit has been filed agalnst>you In All creditors of the Estate ofANGUS TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: _
OFFER' WANTED lots, 3 Gallons Latex $5.75 the above' entitled. cause;( and 8. REYNOLDS 8R. Deceased Notice is hereby given of Intention -
50x100 ft., each. To rear Bun Free Cholee of TO Colors you are hereby required to fileyour' are hereby: noticed' and to apply to the 1189
J answer with,;the Clerk, of required to file any claim or demands Session of the Florida Legislature -
nell High School. See sign at IY OMANSrlorPAINT this Court, anditq.jkerve a.-copy which they may have for passage of an act ,.re-
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old frame 'home at end of thereof upon the plaintiff or against; said Estate in the 'office lating to the City of }sunned..
plaintiffs attorney whose name of the County Judge of Flagler Flagler County
FACTORY .
Peach St.,Phone or write agent and address Isr -".' .. .. County. Florida In the CourtHouse municipal government:
Madlyn M. Aldrich, Realtor 1826 NOVA ROAn WALTER S. FURBEE at Bunnell. Florida withIn amending section 28 (F)
: Ormond Bench 6-6 40 No. 10 Vining Court six (6) calendar months from of chapter 28955, Laws of
467 S: Atlantic, Ormond 677-, Phone 77-RO2O Ormond BeacH. Florida 32074 the date of the first publicationof I Florida 1953; increasingthe I -
4683. May 8, 2tp. not' later than June 2. A. D., this Notice. Each claim or demand limitation requiring-
1969. vThere's must be In writing and competitive bidding: providing
must state the place or residenceand an effective date. '
post office address of the 4tc. April 24. May 1-8--5
claimant and must be sworn to
by the claimant his agent'or his
Fw: attorney, or it will become void LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT '
: according law.
: : DATED: rWE 20 NJl.gS. 'TJVWJ OW r-KOISLATION. 4
ANGUS S. JR. IT MAY CONCERN?
Executor of the Estate of Notice' is ', t
hereby
., given of in-
-.. .' ,. ;., '. ',:q0""fir "" ,"1rJ .. ANGUS S.. REYNOLDS. ; Sr., tention to. apply. to.Jhe1969i -
; Deceased -- ----- --Session
the
OT Florida Leglalature .,
; M. DEAN NELSON i 1 for passage of an act -relatlngr -
; r >> Attorney for the Estate to the City of Bunnell. ;
: l 232 Third Avenue

; : paytona Beach. Florida .. FlaglerCounty, municipal government -
April 17. 24. May 1. 8. 4to : amending sections
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I 44. 4ii. 46. and 47 of said*

\ci : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT f chapter solidatlon providing of city for cones and

NOTICE: .OP APPLICATION FOR county law enforcement
TAX DKKU departments: providing an
Notice Is hereby given that effective date.
"; Marco Polo Park. Inc.. the holderof Apr. 24. May 1-8-15 4tc.
the following certificate hall
filed -said certificate for a tax LEGAL
deed to'be issued thereon. The' ADVERTISEMENTAN
certificate number and year of
Issuance the description of the ACT RELATING TO TUFT .*,
property.. and the name in whichit SCHOOL BOARD OF I--L.AGl.EIl
was assessed are as follows: COUNTY ,
Certificate No. 33; Year of Issuance A bill authorizing the Flagler
r L. Q 1963; DescrtKtlon' of County School Board to issue
Property: Lots E. promissory notes or other evidence .'
Warren Park Estates Sub. Assessed of indebtedness in an
to: John Bodlan.In amqunt up to $250.000.00; payable -
addition to the above the from unencumbered funds
following certificates are out- other than those derived from
\ standingon said property' : ad valorem taxes for the purposeof -
'\ Certificate No. 9: Year 1964: relocating I existing school
rb Holder. Marco Polo Park. Inc. building '
Assessed to t John Bodian.. Effective April 15. 1969. .
F Certificate No.6. Year 1966; Apr. 11, 24, May 1. 8. 4tc.
Holder. Marco Polo Park Inc.
: Tw Assessed to: John Bodlan, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
: Certificate No. 131. year 1968:
Holder. Marco Polo Park, Inc. HCIIE CIIICU-IT COURT IN"
Assessed tot John Bodlan.Certificate AND FOR FI.AOIA.n COUNTY..
No. 143. YeaF'l967? FLOitiDA-.CASE! NO. M2-E3 '
Holder Stan Novak: Asssessed
< > A q 1 7I PEARLIE MAE YOUNG
tor John Bodlanl. > PlaintiffRUSSELL
Unless such certificates shall be' '
redeemed according- to law 'the YOUNG '"+
property described in such certificates Defendant v:
I rFr will be void to the .high: NOTICE OF !SUIT .
est bidder .at the front door of TO; RUSSELL YOUNG whose
the Flagler County Courthouse Last Known Place of Residence -
on the first Monday in the monthof and : address: UNKNOWN ,.
., June 1969, which is the 2nd '"
hour of sale to-wlt 11OO a. m. that an action for divorce
Dated at Bunnell. Florida. {his haa been filed against you the
'-:22nd l day' of April 1969.' I Defendant;and 'you are required x ,

'. : (Seal) GEORGE ? ;' 1 to serve a copy of your written ,
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M. MOODY defenses' if any* to It. on
\ Clerk of the Circuit. the Plaintiff's .
whose
attorney
:+:'<' ,' .,;.>.,- Court :Flagler" ; County Paine and address Is: +
Florida '
HORACE E. HILL, y'
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Apr. 24. May 1, 8. 15 1969. 4tc. 248 North .Campbell Street ...
i Daytona Beach. Florida ** '
b LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT and, file the original with the *i '
I' < cleric of the above styled Court .\...
i.v TUB CIRCUIT COURT; inr '
> << ?"" on before 28th day May '
'. ANU FOR FUAQLHll COUNT A. Dr 1969; otherwise aot fudg,4: \
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a : ; : TY. FLORIDA ment may ,be entered against
tat i ,., : CIVIL CASE NO. B38-D ..you for the relief demanded In, ::< :.r ,.,

""'''''''''' :>''''{.'>?''''i" .. .. ., """' ,.....; ..:. 1 .:r a JAMES;:- Plaintiff E. TURNER.'. *+ theComplaint.WITNESS my. hand and seal".; ::. .:,'
v. of the said; Cpur" on April 21st ,:.'
ELIZABETH. TURNER.
Defendant. 1969tIEORGE M. :MOODY .
match NOTION OF SUIT clerk of Circuit Court
no ftf the TO' :' ELIZABETH P. 'TURN. .) R By Kathryn L, Emeryt3FAL :
1201 First Avenue Deputy Clerk
.. Georgia ( )
, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED April 24; May 1-8-15--ttC',
lasting pleasure ofeJec.tn; gifts.. : that an action for a divorce has j>-'
been
filed
., above Court against and; you you are required in the' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT, ."" .

I oS to serve *copy of your writ NOTICE OI-

:::...,f,' It's that gift-giving time of the year!! a jaln, I IA happy time, with weddings, graduations \ .;;: ten'defenses.to WALTER If an to w.the SNELL'Complaint -, Notice'\VIIOM"IT Is hereby: LEGISLATIONTO MAY CONCERN of intention : ...'. .. .
given
,. Mother's Day, Father's Day. and probably a birthday Of two.: There's 'a -r Attorney Is for 24 Plaintiff North ,Orandvlew whose address to apply to the 1969 Session- ",'>

great variety of electric:gifts:'you,can choose: from. And you'll give with a smile/ Avenue.and file Daytona the original'Beach.with Florida the of passage the Florida of.an ,act Legislature relating the for ..

because you know you're giving something really worthwhile.' Practical-preferred Clerk of the above styled Court School authorizing Board the of Flagler County: '

appreciated.You'II never lack for gift'ldeas'At your favorite store you're sure on or a before Judgment May 30.may 1969.be otherwise enter-' promissory, notes board or other toIssue evidences ,>,"

'L that suits the occasion' ed against you for the relief demanded of indebtedness In an
electric and-your budget. .
find'something amount two hundred fifty
;:, to f fThere's in the Complaint. duofa\ ".I'i
match for flameless electric. --*- WITNESS my hand and seal of (250.000 payable :
;' no : -, from unencumbered funds
;: sSfe said Court
on April 14. 1969.

"';t..- :Eleven rate reductions since 19571 r s I m=-=Jf .:.. Clerk GEORGE Circuit M. MOODY Court other ad valorem than taxation those derived for'the' from purpose '-,t4\. ,

'. paid per kilowatt hour by FPL-served gmm < (Seal) of relocating existing school ......
,fine average price > By Kathryn L. Emery buildings; providing an effective s.
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HO"' A rowts. *
UOMTCOMPAH *
one-ihird less than i it was in 135/1) I : Deputy Clerk date.
a': today is iLPwgutiDfuomoA, js
:families April 17. 24, May 1. 8. 4tc. 4tc April 24. May 1-8-15 /
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L 1O-TRE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MAY 8. 1969 -S'teepshead being taken, the -. were MaJ and Mrs. D. K. Ra IN BOWLING

catches' are not large, but a chels from Macon Ga. They TOURNAMENT

May 4. 1969 good variety can be taken A caught 1 sheepshead at 6 Ibs.,
few Sr-anish mackerel are being 1 bass at 5 Ibs. Also some :Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook were
Flaglar Beach Pier taken in' the area 'of the smaller catches. There have In Clearwater last weekend

inlet. been good catches of croakers where he was a participant
Npt a very good word from from the dock. Bowling'' Tourna
the plot. the water being Jack Genung's Fish Camp the State
ment. Mr. Cook was e member
r;'uh: and muddy. One day Blng's Fishing Resort .
Phillips
Gqd catches of trout: being of the Balalr Plaza
last week the weakfish were
taken.So taken from the Crescent Beach Sam Gamce teamed up with 66 team.
in, and a number were
for the time being we'll bridge. Also some catches of Bob Blucher. and brought in 42
bass blues. Phil Rose-
have to wait till the conditions and bass and 2 flounder. Another IN GOLF
mond- Beach .brought PLAYS
Crescent ,
improve. The word over regular at Bings, Ell Edwards
in 29 bass in the 3.6
rt the fresh water lakes fishing weighing Jax had 36 bass to his credit. TOURNAMENTDot
lb. class. also said
Jane
is good although we don't Mary O. E. Lowe from Jax broughtGeo.
the ,tarpon are still in the Webster, Bunnell, is In
have any reports on what Is Stone from Darien, Conn.
waterway but no catches being Atlanta, Ga. to play In the
being taken. They had 12 trout, 3. drum.
reported. Dick Been Women's Amateur
Also from Jax, Herman Bell, Southern
Devil's' Elbow Fish Camp brought his wife and they had had 3 sheepshead weighing at Golf Tournament. The tournament
; 3 sheepshead weighing at is being played at Druid
5 Ibs. each.
". FISHING LINE Truman, told us the trout, 6 lbs while fishing north of Hills Country Club. '

;.',.' By ,Al Zamba bass, blues, drum and a few Rings. Down here on vacation

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