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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 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 )
 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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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F VOL. 57 NO. 21 THURSDAY. MAY 15. 1969 S3.5J A YEAR 1 I

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SCHOOL BOARD POTATO HARVESTING HAS BEGUN IN FLAGLEROne COUNTY RECREATION School Board j I

w. APPROVESSUMMER of the largest potato crops of recent years'is now being COUNCIL SUBMITSRECOMMENDATIONS
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harvested in Flagler County. Some farms in' the area have reported Holds Hearing
PROGRAM
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/"',,: The School Board approved potato yields may be higher, according: to TilMan Robinson, At Monday nights Flagler Thursday Night .
', a summer recreation programby District Conservationist. \ County Recreation Advisory f 1:
1 a vote of 3 to 2. The pro- Below are scenes from around the county of the 1969 potato Council meeting It was reported The School Board held an
gram will include remedial harvesting and grading operations. v the annual recommendations official public hearing on the
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recreation, for recreation had proposed legislation which. n
reading, library
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arts and, crafts and music. would authorize the borrow-
f Mrs. Mary Broadaway will County Commissioners for ing of up to $250,000 for the
have the library open on a 5 ?f= ,approval. The six member purpose of moving classroomsfrom
half day basis. Thomas Odad- council. recommends to the Carver campus to Bun
;t- zin will teach music on the county 'board how the .$6000 nell High School. The Thursday .* '
half day basis.. alloted annually for recreation night hearing was attended
.t. Full time sum.mer} remedial be expended. by about 45 interested per
If. reading teachers will be Miss The recommendation In- I
ti,: Mary Susan Brann-am, Miss cluded: $4500 be placed in a' Sons.official transcript of the i
.. Marilyn Toots, and Mrs. Essie _.__ sinking fund with previous meeting was taken by a court
Mae Giddens. Mrs. Mary Gur- M, years monies for a 'proposed reporter to be submitted to
l' nee will teach'arts and crafts major recreation project for the legislative delegation in
/ x which will include certain exercises 'the entire county; $1500 be Tallahassee..
'. in dancing. spent for recreation In tie Superintendent James O.
/ The recreation program, for county's municipalities.The Craig represented the School
the summer will be under the council also requestedan Board in answering questions ,
t direction of Coaches Jack. Hall, --- additional $2400 be alloted about the proposed closing of '
; Jack Hardin and Joe KIrkland.* for countywide teenage dan the Carver and Flagler Beach
} Miss Mary Susan Branrlam ces. The additional .$2400 Schools and the complete In- "
was approved as a teacher at would Increase the amount tegration of the county school
Bunnell School for the sUm- budgeted for recreation In system. ,
mer as well as the next school 1969.70 to $8400. The council's The School Board did not
term. She has been teaching Potatoes are being dug and loaded onto special built trucks decision was based on a re- hold an. official meeting in ;
I r elementary classes', In Palat- for. transport to the grader at the Robertson- farm in the Bimini port of a recent survey of junior connection with the hearing. :
ka for the past several years. area. f* and senior students at There was no official discus

> Miss Sarah'' Edwards was .. -=t!t 0_ ......... ....",... t Bunhell High School. Teenage sion on the part of the Board
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F appointed' Jr. High: Science dances rated high on the re- relative to meetings t teacher at Bunnell High nay it f creation survey taken at the had with citizens of Flagler I
School. Miss Marilyn Toot was school.. Beach and Carver and Bun
t: .M reappointed remedial reading L nell during the 'past few J,
r. teacher. SUSAN WAD'SWORTHRECEIVES 5veeks.
Considerable discussion was LAW t
held on the move to consolidate DECREE AT FSU \
f' the schools and the superintendent ''" r Susan Wadsworth\ ; Bunnell, WILLIAMS SPEAKS :
requested that the J_; t" was among thirty: students '
Board outline the plan for him who have received law de- TO BUNNELL
;'... !_' to follow in having plans,and : grees at Florida State University LIONS CLUB
. ;"' '.. specifications drawn for action ,4 ; Susan, the first girl;grad.
: :..%..* to affect the consolidation. I t. .. uate:to receive a Juris Doctor'at George Williams, District ;
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' No action was # FSU, Will 'bev graduated Forester, was guest speaker {I I
I'Jls; June <7.,She,is thei ughter of, ,at Bunnell Lions .Luncheonmeeting.Tuesday.41eoutlined
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1r .SENIORPLAN -= # 'Circuit, ,{(trdge*ahd-Mrs":.'.W:;" L- -' ,,, ,
J" 4 Wadsworth, Mood> Blvd.: the.history of forestry in Flag--
, PICNIC'"A7 BunnelU / ler County and told of the
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present set up 'of a tri-county
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.\ MARINELAND F. B. PTA 'TO -: f forestry headquarters in
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" -4' Plans were completed for a SEE FILM AT ? Flagler County.
;r,1:.-: '. >,, picnic at Marineland Tuesday, MEET MON. NITE Homer Bentley, administrator
\ r '.-' May 20 for; members of Flag Lloyd- Robertson oversees grading of potatoes at the 'grader A film "Where Children of Bunnell''' General Hos-
.' at the Come First" will be shownat and M. B. McDaniel, director
ler Senior Citizens house at his farm. The potatdesare graded according to size pital,
6. y. .the Flagler Beach Parent of Flagler County Hous-
clubs meeting May .
then loaded Into refrigerated .carS and trucks' shipment to
Transportation will be pro Teachers ,meeting Monday ing Authority, were inductedas
vided and those planning 'to market. night, May 19 at 7:30 in the new members of the club.
attend are asked to meet at school cafetorium. A musical President Don Jordan an-
\ the Flagler "Beach Municipal program will be presented by nounced plans for a picnic to
Recreation Hall' 'at.'12 noon. several members'of the school be held at Bulow State Park t
Members are reminded to band,. under the direction of this Sunday. It will be a family ,
. bring 'table service,."-beverage Bandmaster Thomas Odad- affair. Installation of officers
and covered dish, according zin.The and celebration of the
:._ ,to Walter Creal, publicity officers elected to,serve twentieth charter anniversary I
," chairman. the 1965-70 year'' will be Installed. will be held at Marineland the ,

.' It was announced arrangeS .. later part of May.
rents had been made for, the _'
group to 'attend the 2:00: a'- -l ,
..... clock show at iMarlneland. t U i
, The forty-five-.members attending
Tuesday's meeting tl S, 1y _U
voted to hold only one meet
Ing a.month during June,JulyI
I end August. '

SOCIAL, SECURITY
OFFICE HOURS ,,
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v .A Social Security: Represen- a ,
Jt.t .tative will be at the Flagler
't Housing Authority. ProjectRecreatio'nHa'irTuesday Cordell Robertson is shown with potatoes In the bag-both 50

, .' June pound and 100 pound bagS ready for loading. Market" price for

. N ...10, 9:30: a. m. until, 12 .noon.. potatoes is $3.25 per 100 pounds this week. t
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'" :WEEK HOME.' MAY ECONOMICS 11.17, r CALENDAR OF Prom.Friday, .May. ) 16: ;'Senior v I r :? : c;

;, The purpose of ,Florida Ex- EVENTS ((0-)
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Week Is to call your attention'to Thursday May 15: Flagler Saturday :May 17: ARMED' I .
I some'of the programs avail- Beach City Commission meeting FORCES DAY. ", f ? .
able ''for the modern Mrs. at'7:30: "p, m. Il'or: (-0-) f ,
\;, Homemaker, manager of the (..<>:> Monday, May 19: Flagler Yw
",: ;r. most important. and most Flagler., County Nursing: Beach PTA meets at 7:30: in I
. complex business in the Council meets at.9:3O: a?'m.,at the school cafetorlum. ---- -=-..y Q.h ln
County. Call Mrs. E. Thompson Bunnell 'First United Metho-, (-0-) BAND STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS
,. Home EC.. Agt., 4373122. dist. Church:; '.. / Bunnell City Commission
.;.",," .: (io-( ) V meets at 7:30 p. m. Bunnell High School band students John Taylor, left, and
: ,TIDE TABLE Flagler" Civil t Air Patrol (.o-) Brenda from d, are shown receiving the John Philip Sousa
,Tides For May 15-21 meets at 7:30: p. m. at Bun. VFW Auxiliary meeting at .Awards 'Bandmaster Thomas; Odadzln. The awards were
\ HIGH LOW : nell Airport.. 8 p. m. at the VFW Post Home ; J presented; to the outstanding students<< at the annual Spring
'(-0-) West Moody Blvd., Bunnell, : ]Band Concert Friday night at the school gymnalsium.
Day AJU. P.M. A.M.: 'P.M. League ,Small Municipalities i (-0-) ? ,
15 7:36: 8:00: 1:24: '1:25: dinner.: meeting at-7'p. m: American Legion Post 115 :STUDENTS! TOUR' took the youngsters on a. hayLENSSEN'S -
16 8:18: 8:36 2:06: 2:00, at, Bunnell,Civic Center'' 'meets at 8 p* m. at Bunnell J RANCH ride dour of the vast pasture .
17 8:54: 9:18: 2:42: 2:36 n (-o.: .) Civic Center. ... Flagler Beach Elementary land. '
18 9:36: 9:54: 3:24: 3:12: Friendly Circle of ''Bunnell (-0-) School: first grade students Following the visit at the
19 10:12 10:30: 4W: 3:48 Methodist Church meets at 8 Tuesday, May 20: Bunnell '' ;toured T Double L Ranch last ranch the group toured Bulow

20 .10:54: 11:12: 4:42: 4:30 p. m. in the church social hall. Masonic Lodge No. 200. F&AM, .. '. : Tuesday rnornlng.The' owners, Ruins State Park' and.enjoyed-. ''
21 11:36: 11:54: 5:24: 5:12 Mrs.: Robert WaltersJs hostess. meets at 7:30. '' :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lehssen, a picnic lunch.. .

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tn1e3JTlugbr mrtbutttINCORPORATED
} Entered as second class matter
February 6, 1913.' at the post-
DUNNK1.1, KL.OIUDA. office at Bunnell. Florida under "FIRST CUT"
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Act of March 3. 1876. Lean Western
,JOHN A. CLEOO ( .
Bdltor and Publisher 1h Prr Copy CsGwINC.
BETTS 8. McDANIEL 0.. Tear .. .AJU Pork Chops.;
News. EditorD..IR.ated Six: Month ......-........_..*2.8U

nevrpaper for .!! Outside Plajcler County
Legal Ad.-e.U.lnc "'.00 Per Year
lb. 48.

EDITORIAL ___
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HARD AT WORK
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For all the glamour there Is In being a state legislator
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
there Is a lot of hard work long hours of committee wor1 many'
bills (to study, and a continuous stream of visiting delegationsto
satisfy.We ROAST lb. 58. V

visited the Florida Legislature in session in Tallahasseelast
Friday. Viewing them from the galleries we noted that they
read newspapers and visited freely about the floor while in ses-
sion. They were quick for a bit of jest and scampered hurriedlyto U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
their seats In time to flip a button to register their votes.

We had eight,o'clock' breakfast with Senator Jim Williams. STEAK Ib.68<
He said it was a luxury to have breakfast so late because he
usually had committee meetings at seven. The night 'before he
had been on a Joint business and social affair with other sen
ators. Lyke's "Sugar Creek' SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

During the regular session that morning, Senator Williamshad
to hold a special hearing on a controversial Clay County $

issue these. constituents.before making decision on local legislation affecting PICNICS Ib 38

We called at the office of Representative Jim Glisson in the
Holland Building. He was out at the time so we visited with ,
his aide Mike Robinson who took us over to the capitol to the
offices of Representatives Gus Craig and, Bill Reedy.'As I' -
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( Lyke's "Sugar Creek" ALL MEAT;: 4t
Streak O'Lean
we walked thru the corridors groups of men were huddled
around. Upon asking about them we :found that they were lob. WHITE. BACON J' FRANKS :t tIb
byists who were waiting to catch (buttonhole) the senators and I
12 oz. $419 :
representatives as they dare to walk thru the halls. 3 Pkgs. .... .4
43e
Representative Bill Reedy had Just received word'of the (Each 43c) ... t
serious illness In his family an'd'was, busy getting things lined _

up so that he could go home. 'Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((21/4-21/2, lb. Avg.)
He! told us that the Local Government Committee In the
,adjoining office had Just completed work on a general salary
bill for all county officers and 'he went in and obtained advance <
copies :for us. As we looked at it we were reminded that in one No_ Ib. 33
of our recent editorials had proposed a general. salary bill
that would eliminate local salary bills.

Representative Gus Craig let us in on the scene of a busy ),
legislative office. He was continually on' the phone with con,,
stituents and legislators. One call during our brief visit, was
:from Flagler County. I G. C.'s Own MEAT LOAF 3 :L:' $189

While sitting ini' the House gallery we noticed la represen "Oven Ready" : ;f

tative waving in our direction. (Then,. we quickly recognized
Representative Jim Glisson was motioning us to come aroundto
his entrance to the chamber. There he met us and visited fora Evangeline No. '2% Can I
short timewith him stepping inside, to vote on roll calls. SWEET Ea.
From our brief visit in the. capitol we got the impressionthat POTATOES 29C CRISCO V.

this is a hard working legislature. We, also got the impression ,
that While we do not have a local resident in the legislature LUNCHEON MEAT Ea. 4ge
we do have a delegation that is keenly interested in 3Limit : 58 0

Flagler County. .
They were united in their concern about the plight of small Eelbec.k. 60 oz. Cello Bag \
counties. They informed us that the finance picture :for small LONG Each 1 with $5.00: or more food order
counties is a little more hopeful than it was a mon/th/' ago.' BUT, GRAIN' RICE 5ge
there still remains a determined effort !Ito strip the small counties
of the financial advantages, that they had during "Pork Murry's Choc. Chip .Oatmeal- Cremes

Chop" days. COOKIES 3 Pkgs.OO BORDEN'S "Half Moon". -LonghornCHEESE I

We were assured that there would not be any consolidation
of small counties during this session. They are too busy with Old Milwaukee 12 oz. Can '
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reorganization land consolidation of state government, However .(6-Pak, ) .
they would make no predictions about :future sessions. BEER Carton 990 .t

We were tired at the close of one day with the legislature 9 oz.
and we had little envy :for those who had to keep up that pace pkg. I 4.
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for two months. But we have come home confident that' what FOLGER'SCOFFEE .
we had seen was Just one step in the process of the greatest "
democracy ever to exist on the :face of this earth.
FROZEN FOODS'- ;
John A. Clegg '

I lb. 47'c' Morton's ,
NATIONAL tion for;further building program Tin ? Pkg. of 4

HOSPITAL WEEK: patients.to take care, of recuperative Limit 1 with $S.OO or more food order HONEY BUNS 2 For 490

We may be late In the weekin The hospital staff render
paying tribute to Bunnell Frosty Acres
. efficient service so that' patients 10 oz. Pkg.
," General Hospital during National feel they have had real FRESH; PRODUCE BABY BEANS 'For
.:j. Hospital Week; but our personal care.Hospital L IMA 2 45
thoughts are still Just as good. costs like all oth ,
f/ Bunnell General Hospital er costs, continue to rise. But, Firm Ripe'

.r. has Flagler been County a great. It has asset been to Bunnell the' average General per day Hospital cost at is TOMATOES 'lb 3ge J BETTER \MAID (Plain 'or S. R.) 'f

expanded continuously and lower than most .... ,
surrounding'
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patients are lining the halls hospitals. 1 lb. Cello >IagCARROTS V FLOUR

: waiting, for' the new addition So in observing l National Ea.
to be completed. We understand '. IOC
Hospital Week, we salute the .
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' patients' have to be turned Yellow Bag
:''_' staff of Bunnell General Hospital. CookingONIONS '
,, away because of lack of room "". 'Limit 1 with $5.00
space. 3 25C or more food orderRODGERS
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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 '
P [fi nflg Bell ..__.....?_............._...-. 1.43 t
; la hereby Klven that on the 29th dar Bdnnell.of May, 1969. at 12 o'clock Lots 11-12 block 125 Long W. L. & Elolse._. .93 .
noon, at the Flagler County Courthouse County of Flag-
ler. State of Florida tax sale certificates will be; sold on the follow- Lots 7-8 block' 129 .... '.1+ r Allen John Henry Jr. & i il..ot
: 21.88 ,
tales' Beaulati Mae .. ._
ing described due for herein set
sate., the name land together to pay with the all amount coats of such aale and advertising oppo-. 3 block 129_......_.. Parramore Mae ......__.. 3.36
Lots 4-5-6 block 129 Spearman Lonnie Mae\ .92
/ .. FJ".rler )fc Lot 2 blk. 130 .,,.. White SamGriffin .. ... ... 3.06 .
DALE B. JR. Tax Collector::: Unty. Florida I
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',, ::.- Lots 11-12 :13 Victoria :=:::::..._ :.85

HOMER R. BENTLEYTHE I,. S T It Ae.i Lot 9 blk 130 Godwin K. C. &: Bertha 26.96

: 4 of NIH..__......._... 20 10 28 80 Six T Ranch Inc.... ....... 53.58 Lot 10 blk 130 _._...... I Jones Roosevelt! & Cora ..89Lot
NATiONL. That part North 11. R. 4 'blk 130 --..- Davis Beauty & Grlaby M
CHANCING, .., & that; part of WM, ...1 .._........,_. 5.01 r
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I, of NW% South of Lot 3 blk 130 Ed Bc Lucy....__ 13.22
HOSPITAL PICTUREAccelerated Six T Ranch Ind. 76.22 HWA of lots 6-6 blk I
All :_=:::::::=:::: n 18 n ::8, Six T Ranch lnc.:=.._,. 205.63: 130 ..........__.._..__..__. Nelson Beatrice ..._._.. 1.43
for A .... w_ 23 643 Six T Ranch Inc _. 65.45 SW34 of lots 1-8 blk
demand ex All :::::::::::::::::::::::-.::: 24 *18 n. 16261, f. Six :T Ranch Inc.. :::::.::...:: 358.63: 130 .-.--.._._.._._....._._.. Godwin K. C.__ 5.71 I
panded 'hospital service Is con All that portion north 3 x Lots 3i1.f2 WV4 of
The total number of of FEC .Railway 26 10 28 .,400 Six T Ranch Inc.:..__.. 43.27 lots blk 131_ Daniels Ella Louise........ i.cta
tlnulng. Part lying north of .. ,,. v *.-' *"u Lot 7 blk 131...-.._.._. Hubbert Esten 4.21
admission to over the 5,800 R R.: Jit HWVi of / ,, Part of lot 4 deed -

short termed community SW% ..._-.............._?.. 27 10 28 144 Six T Ranch;Inc...__.. 46.28 trklil page 140 -
registered .- ....._.._ Jonea. C. L. --_. ,.... 2.08
hospitals during 1968 E%of of NEI&NW4.._&___W% B8 Six T Ranch Inc ._.... 106.98 Blocks 138.0\ _____ Cobbw.J1da: --r?:-...- 29.57. ;

was an estimated 2.1% higher W% ._-_ _..::- ..._.....=:: gl 13 28 199 Six T Ranch Inc..: .....: 166.95: The SW 60 feet of ..;.: \ ,
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E4 of SW4* of NW lots.5-6 block 141 & \ "
than the 27% million recorded rQ ......-_...._...._.:-._.. 28 ,..11 '28 211 Six T Ranch Inc._._....._ 14.56 the northeast 55 ft. '

for 1967.Medicare. All fraction except. ; To '' I r 1 r, of lota 5-6 & all_. .:,. : '\Vilda...'
has had o. It. book 4 page' ....., ., lota 1-8 block 149 <. ,. Cobb D. H. & 205.02

hospital& utiliza powerful 469 t ?.., .....-. ............. 21 .12 28.'; 13.36 Thomas D!'i; er- 176.96 All the block S. W.141 50' of except lots s't: :M'< ." .
I impact'on NW except sout5 "M. all pa',
tion. The 1968, saw Inpatient -' acres of HEVi-............ 4 12 29 145 Bertha R.: T..._..__._.___ 160.54 6-6 & lots block 7-8 149& (0 l, b /
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year W% of WJ4 of SW% 4. 12 29 70 Bertha Robert T....._ 164.91 the NE 65' of lots .It .. '
in hospitals \ ,
days spent Part of SB%, OFSW fi-6 & all blk. 150 f.S .
% O. R. Book 12 ", I' 'v
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by page 579 ...___.__..... 5 12 29 1.027 'Bertha Robert & except RW& of .: I; 'i .
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million In- i R. ,'
rise to 76.3 an i 1 Jeanette B i--__.-- 51.58 '
No. 100 .__ 1 .t'. ;, Cobb D. II./ & Wilda-.. 125.02
crease of 9.7% over 1967. By 114ofSW: & sw% "
of SEVi & S% of Northeast lots '; : ;,
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contrast total inpatient days, NW% of SB'A. except '. r :3-4-5-6 lots l'f .
Including those of the medicare O. R. book 6 : Lo.8.1if2! 151- ,< Cobb nw a1Ie- ? ..? 63.35
241 & 242. -" blk., 160_ Glide i ;; .T 35.55:
group went up 3.8. On tart of SE'4, of Lot 7 blk 161 ., J Pouncey F. J. and Elizabeth
...... : : 30.69
any given day on one-third of O R. book 12 ?
Lot 10 blk. 165 Thomas Cheater ,&
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page 678 except O.Ii. ,
all the patients In. general book 12 page 679! 5 12 29 151.94 Bertha Thomas ..._.. 319.79 Roaa ____.___ 3.96

short \term community hospitals WI r ot NW4 _._.. .. 10 13 29 80 gObb Wllda ..____..... 260.60Block Lot 12 blok 166 _,- Rodgers James...&. Pur.- 1,47

were 'Medicare patients. U all ? n u'n :g g II 84.69 Lot 3 except R/W 7 ,
Block all ==:=== Cobb : : :== 76.10: ; '
S. No. 1. blk 167 : Ezell ItalianA.. ..,._.. 30.59
Three factors .. .... ._ LoV / 4.
inescapable Tract 1 Block 14 _..?_ 22 12 '29 20 Cobb D. H. ? 31.77 : 4 except RW ':

contributed to'the rising. cost Tract 1 Block 1...__._ 28, 12 29, 10. HOlland, Flora _....._...._._ 21.71 U. S. No. 1 blk 167/ '; .,, Ezell Italian --- 1.45
Lot 6 & N\V'riI of lot .
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of hospital stay: ST. JOHNS PARK ADDITION 5 blk 168 _..__._.._? '.. Benefore Willie Mae... 32.68

(A) Increased work loads, in Lot 2 Block '5........a.... 30 12 29 Secord S. D. ......_....___..__...1.26 SW bile 95 169 ft. of lot 9 ." Mitchell Randall' &
both inpatient and outpatient Blocks 1 & 2.._.':_ 34 12 29 80 Boyett Gaston W. et al 40.78 ': BIrda ...::.. -
services resulted in a 6.8% increase Block 1 all ......._.._..._ 34 12 29 40' Boyett Gaston W. et al 14.89 Lots5.6&SW95ft. r:. ,1. :- 2.07 I
Tract 1-3 Dlock. 8__ 34 12 29 30 Boyett Gaston W. et al 13.33 lot' 7-8 blk 179 +xr' Cobb Wllda \
in the (number of persons Blocks 15-16 except .t ,' 44.74 I
Tract 2 of Block Lot 3 except the southerly .
community 15 & all Blocks 9-10 34 12 29 Boyett -...Ga ton et al 12.70 40 feet ofnorthwesterly K .\ 1,
hospitals daring 1967 :when Tract 2 Block 14 ___ 2 13 J9 10 nerrll fThomas..___._.. 7.34 80 .
with the previous SBV4 ......_..___-.._....t..r 32 13 29 160 Thigpin Winifred & feet blk. 258..?.._.*.. ./.11. .. Osborn Grenson & Liz .
compared Jones, Nellie -..__..._..-... 91.50 '' '' zle 6.30
In 1965 246 That part of tracts : I.
year. employees E 1A. ot E% less road s
needed for I 100 R/W __..._.___.___ 4 14 29 150.5 Selbezot: M.' n. et al_._ 69.04 3-6 north of Moody '
were ,
every patients Blvd. except book r' .

,' but by 1967 the figure lUcqU EN'S PARK' 38 page 91 & book ,
51 page 172 blk. C 11 12 30 4.58 Bratcher Carl & Charlotte
had risen to 265. It now requires Lot 22 Block 2......_ Self H. G. ____._:_ 24.42 .. 2.99 1.

272 employees for a CDES-MON-ACK 81111. Part of tract 18 book y' r -
to for Lots 1-2 blk. ,8 __ Hiliandale"' 19 page 657 blk C_.. 11 12 301 0.25 Williams Sam & Carrie 1.55
hospital 100
care pa Inc. ....:...._...Plantations 7.02 Part of tract 3 book "
1
tients.B Westerly 150. or lot 52 page 387 blk D 11 12 30 0.17 Wllkerson Robert L. \

14 block 9 ,. Hiliandale Plantation & JKassolyne '........__....._ 39.47
( ) Wages are rising fasterin Inc. -.,...,- ---- 6.24 Blk B part of tract \
I I 8 O.R. book 15 page ;
281
hospitals to compete with, Book of NEt part 21 10' 30 13.68 George :ni, .A.__._ T.ll 625 t._-T._...._ ..-.,. 12 12 30 0.46 Durrance Irene __ '2.15 S
the higher wages traditionallyoffered 282 part ,
Book 19 page LINCOLN HEIGHTS
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--by1. the business. and of NE'/a ?... ..n'i\ 30.. 18.03 George L.: J. ____ 8.90 Lot 5 blk 2 / Baker Wattle ____ 3.36
Book 19 age 283 part Lot :9-t blk 3_.___
Benford Willie :Mae._. ,
industrial community. Total of NE4 .......?._.._w. 21 10 30. 13.14, George L. J. .._...__ 6.90 Lots 5-7-8-9 blk 3_"' Benford Willie Mae__ 3.90
expenses in 1968 ;grew by NWy" ..._ ...._._....?.__.?. 10, 11 30. 160 .Jernigan W. A..__.__ 50.53 Lot 10 blk 3 ._.__._.... Benford Willie Mae & "42.88 ,

Bertha ....... 3.96
16.6%, to 14.7 billion dollars DAXLEY sun __ Lot 9 blk 4 Brown "Willie Glide.?., 3.36: i
and 62% of this sum went to Lots 1 & 2 Orogan. Dorothy ... .. 8.09 Lot 5 blk 4 __._,..,. Lee Jerry Gladys 13.42
Lots 11-30 ,==== r BaxTey, Catherine. .=-. 1.80Lots : Lot 7-8 blk 4 Baaa lIctld ....._ :.96
pay employees.C 19 ..._.______.. Robinson James J.; & Lot 6 blk 4 ?....._....- Brown Sam & Mamie='. .78
( ) Advances in medical Rebecca _....._.___.._.. 1.55 CARVER
... Irvin Saul & Lorraine 35.86Lot SUBDIVISION
Lot 12 _
technology are reflected In the 'r- Lots 15-16 blk 1. .. Stubba Morell ... ._....'
10 ::__ ..:==== Atlas Mortgage Co.__._ 27.38 -:= X 1g
spiralling expenses''a1'ong..w1tl Lot 13 ?._...._, GIddens Eagle Mae3.36.. Lots 9-10 block 1 ? T. T. BrownVlllle C.___._.. :
Lot 6 ._.._.._ ._ Thomas Pearl Lee..__ 16.26 Part of 8% of NB% : '
increased wages. New treat Lot 26 : __. 1 I. Robinson Sylvester_..(. 31.87 book 57 page 17....__ 15" 12 30 0,24 Corbitt. :Mary 1.59

ment concepts require! large> Ldt417':: :: ._._.._.. .. Willis Brown Jr._ ;...,, .81 Part of tract 27 O. R. ,:
.4 .. book 14 356 .
"r .
page .
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iUms of money, ,many,equlr j! tis Part -of book NWy.56ipage of NEVi ;-,#... '. .., ; '''''t''r' N t ."" -, -, blk C.__. ._ ___.*' ;::5 12 30' 1 ''W triberiy: James R.H: 7.20HOMESITES

ed new or altered fa oilltesn; ) 469 .._.._..___... $3i' 11,, 30 ..13, Washington Clarice. & I IBUNNELI../ SUn
expensive new equipment/' 1. Willie 'Jr.; 1..;..... .:!--=_. 2.62 Lot 14 blk 4.....:....._... S Underwood Joe & An .
of NE .. ___
Part of NWr44 ,
and highly trained personnel % O.19R.b..o.o.k II'' ., 't : Hfc .. .. ;. .. .* Tract 2 blk B ._. 16 12 30 ip English George M._ 164.76. .
salaries page ._... 31., ll 30 1.0 HaVrls Lafayette & I
commanding appropriate ..\ Ruthlel _.....J.. ....__...?.__ I 15.81 'TOWN OF DUPONT J '
to their specialties. Part of NW% of NE r
V4 book 58 page 208 31 11 30 ,0.53 Olddena Frank & Essie 99.34 Lots 3-4-5-7-8.9-10-11 ,.
WHAT IS NATIONAL Part of SEof NE except R/W.ot u. S.
; O. R. book 5 >: Y .' 4' Y
/4 ( Hwy. No 1 blk 57 Miller C. M. 32.13
HOSPITAL WEEK? page 333 ,.-_....____ 31 11 ;,30 2.82 Mickens: jCJayborn & ( /' '
National Hospital' Week Is ... .. Margaret .,-4t-.t-----.. 8.83 Book 42 4l pI age 202 o. nU'fgle, Iii '. 1.94.

Part. of NW% of NE '. -. .. Tract tre C :....J 21 12 30 110 Ackley H. It. ,...??.., .....: '7.34:
any annual observance established \i O. R. book 22 f N iiENo the American Hospital page 15, _.:.___ 31 11 80 0.23 Stanley Otia. IX &. ''Jimi NE V except 1
by
note Lee i.:.....-'>. ....'.-......."' 3.82 O. R. book 18 '
Association to focus at- Part .of N'V% ot NE page 387 _-.__ 24 14 30 15 Hull Ollie 2414 .
.Mention on the work that hos W. O. R. book' 1 : .' .d.I i, Book 11 page 613 part 81Of I
in page 242 ......_._...... ;il 11 30 .09 ,,Plummer} r Lena..:MAe: __,_::'. 39.06 lot 4 __.- _,_.. 1 ,10( ..31 10 Tyne J. J. 82:43'I : '
are' performing providing
pitals ; I
KNOX JONES SUI1 I ItlA.RINEL.AND ACRES SUB

high quality year Lots 6-7 block' C ,I......... Braddock J. 1........_.._. .97 Lot 6 blk 2__ l\fcLachlan Fred S. _( 8.14
round care in the communityit Lot 2 block :E ...__... Favors Hugh ___X._..__ 29.06 .JOIINSON BEACH fun
Lot 6 block 1<:..{.-....-._ Wilson Z; W. & Rost... 61.16 Lot 20 blk 1
serves. Lot 7 block E 1._._. I' ,4, .' Oiddens. :Florence _..... 3.90 Wheeler Wooda. H"\ Jr.
S In 1921 leaders in the health Lot 9 block E! ..__._... '\, ( Jackson Willie ____ 26.63 Lot 22 blk 1,.,.,____... .Hesainger&: Delores,John_ 5.50 5.53
Lot. 8 block E Oiddens :Frank .__. 46.24
--" .7L. Lot 1 blk 2 __
field the importance Hessinger Etta 48.36
recognized Lot 15 block ,BBMi a '.,i'" "'!r r 4 Grlddlck Alma & Lot 19 blk 1_,__ Cosmo V. J.. ,..???......,_., I to.37 .
of telling the public Greene, Luvoina ___... 3.76 \ / '
of 10t'16 block E __ Mlckens, Clayborn & DUPONT ESTATES SUB '
the human hospitals.For r ., *, Margaret _.....-_...:... 21.99 v 1 f., "-
this purpose, National Lot 12 block E .?.. Phillips Louis $.90 38/ I
Hospital Day was Initiated. Lots' 4-5 block F _.*_ ; f" RobInson ., (!Katherine 1.44 Lot 18 ,_ L____ 37 10' '31 3.65 Dupont George E. _, 18.25

WHO WAS THE LADY Lot 3 block F ,i-_.._ .; : a","RTchard"Jr..n: : 3.90: RE SUB DUPONT ESTATES sun I
Lot 2 black F ....____ Butler James & Minnie 23.49 ,

WITH THE SLIDE) RULE? Lots 8-9 block F___ Alice Longwood, __ Gaines j__, .Cordell?&.. 1.S8 Tract .2_?-..-, .. -?._._... 3R 37/ 10 31 "0.75 Dupont George E. '10.04 .j'

'That is what the famous :T-ota 12-13 block F... Irvin Dock. &\ i ia .90 The southerly' 59.20 ft 871' j"

WVfr of NW% of NE of tract 27._ __...,... .
nurse, Florence Nightingale, %. .;..__.._..___.....?... 34 11 30 20 Jernigan W. A., _._.._.. 9.73 ? 38 10 31 0.35 Reynolds'. Frank._ Allen '
& Laura L.. 76.16GRANT ,
has 'been" called. In additionto Tract 3 block 9.__..._.. Hodges, J. M. _- -. 7.34 -j I .. I
quota Tract 1, block !__?..... I U gg g Randolph.j. A.:._:..__.. 1.80: TO HERNANDEZ ;
the more popular Tract 2 block 7.,____ 7 12 80 10 Yonkers George P.._. < 1.80 '
tion "Lady With The Lamp"" Tract 3 block ..-?.....? 7 12' 30 18 Pearson E. T. Mrs...: 1.80 Book 63 page 4_ 40 10 31 18.13 Davies W: 'L. & Ava
Her birthday coincides with Tract 2 block !?...... 9 12 30 Lee Dallas E..1: ____?.., 57.96: I- & Grant Hamllton..._ 95.87,
TOWN OF nUNNELU r I

the observance of National Lots 23.4 block 59__ McCall James Luther.._ 123.68 SECOND ADDITION TO JOIINSON UBACII -

Hospital Week, May,; 11 17, Lots 3-4 blk 88._ 'I, Parrlah Robert &..Eve-_ 5.65 Lot 1 blk 17..--:....._ ,\ Mitchell Cyril' & Iris_.. 4.58':
1969. v lyn Annie ::: : OR book 22 page 69_' 40 10 31 0.14 Smith John Rolland &
Lots 5-6 block 89__...: .. Kennedy Mae.. 47.69 I Lucille I ""
I' In fact, Miss Nightingale The northwesterly 60 \ Syble S.90 l

I was more than a nurse; Her feet. ..of.....Jot...'.""10__...blockLot9 .:...-....89 Jones. Isaac ..._._.__.... 2.12 FIRST ADDITION TO' JOHNSON BEACH
skills' would fall into todays : 9' block __ Southern Holding Corp 4.95 Lot 20 blk 9--.. Mitchell Cyril F. & !
called Lots .8 block 91..._... Hubbert Eaten & Hen : Iris G. .,.,.- 6.10
mushrooming category \1 rietta ._._ .._._. 46.73. Lot 8 blk 9 ....._. .._:. Gibson Marvin ...... ... 6,55: M(
'"Paramedical Careers." Careers Lets 9-10 block 91_. Wlllla Brown .95 i'
J.fr"ElizLots : Lot 13 blk 10( : Howell Charles ,,88
Lota 3-4 block 91.. .. Emanuel -'-'
of hospital personnel ?? '. 29.66 Lot 19 blk 11__ t Young Gerald N.& 'i

specialized training to 5-6 block ,913H __ Jones Arthur & Rannle 25 rA vTne r I.OS
of having medical Mae ..._?.?._.-' 23.67 Lot ,' blk. .12. Daxtern rD'-Jr: .,
work closely with the of lots '5-# block '' & Doretta.-..,._' ".4B' I
provide the full service 92 Golden Mildred --- 1.51 Lob 13.14 bllt 12....._ Wild Lois M. _.___ 16.04 .
:staff ot N>* of""lotsl"2"1bioc"k O. H. book 5 page 533 40 10 31 0.13 Oeteen H. L. & Betty- 31.2 !;

necessary to the patient'scare 93 i i.-. ... ....*,.....-_.., '. r.- :Murray: Mercedes .-.......i 2.63 O. R.' book 9 page 432 40 10 31 0.33 Smith Edna Ruth & .? (
Paramedical personnel 1.E4. of lots '11-12*' Porter la Elzie Lee 28.45 \
direction block Eliza _......_. ... 1.5'1 O. R. book 18 page 415. 4Q 10 31 0.18 : &
work at the 93 .i\ Davis .
their .. ._
perform 8134 ot. lots 11-12\4'' I '** Sophronlca ? ....,., 8.88 {

of a physician. block 93 ..._...._..........:_ ",r Emanuel Hazel _.-.___ 1.47 0.622 R. &book 624 8 pages 40 0.48 Israel BenJ' Jr. & "
Lots ". B. & Lottie ? 10 31 : Ells- "
Nurses, physical therapist, social -> 11-12 block 97... '" O'Neil C. 51.13 beth 63.38 '
work directly v} .., W. 0. R. book 14 pages "
workers, 'BlockaIx 102-103-113- & 'Vllda81.83 79-81 ... _-.__.,_.__. 4'0 10 31 0.61 Israel J. Sr. &: EIIz
Others work, 114 ,.._.a.__.._--: f Cobb H. S. abeth b1. .. .. ...
I the patient. '
with >ts 1-2-11-12 block 11' '... --- -- 111.18. .
iri such areas as pharmacy, 115 ..__-_ __. Lawton W. B*. & Barb- ..!I 1Lot'
JOSE; PARK SUBDIVISION ;.
medical library ra .?.:.-._-,w.-- 6.02 ; ."
laboratory, Lots 9-10-3-4-56-7.8 f. -_._. '' Oliver a Edith (
and medical records. blk. 116 ___- Lawton W. F. & Barb- Lot 1f ..... ................,. Cockman J. .Jy.W i::, 10J..7 a

The outlook for anyone Lot 1 block i '123........... Cruse *John""& Vera....... 94.37 3.36: ''v ma 51).00 '

launching a career In the Lots 7-8 block 123...._... j .," LaaterFannie. ...?..-_.v.m .91 ) 'ARTBSIA SUn A .. ;
has never been* eWblt4.'ock' of lota X7.8 ..' I ns' Lets 1.2-18-19 block 2' Bowen Catherine C....... 45.48r
health field ..- :. : 124 __ .2 ; G i d d e Lotrl4" block 4..__ Quees Laboratories Inc. 12.33 .
better; ',Lots., ,6-6. block 124.... McLeod'.D. E. & Doris Lots 18- 6' block" td Green Martin, Lx. fs Lois ",_ .
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4"THE 'FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.: MAY 15 1969 Largest Great White Shark, weighed 4,500 Ibs., according

also called man-eater, on record to Naturalist John Hamlet at Late

S T 1Ae.. was 17 ft. 2 in. and Florida's Homosassa Springs.Flagler'County Too

M. ...?" ...?.._... .. ... 33.21 T I
Lots 21-22 blk 8...__ Wolfe :James R & 1)i-: I
ann."A.' ____ 12.93 To Classify

SECOND ADDITION TO ARTESIA Insurance Russell Kay

Lot 4 blk 12.__ Padgett''' Oveda ..._. 26.74KANAHA Dy
,, first charactersI
BEACH sun One of the
.
Lots 4-5-6-7 & that / met when I came to Florida

part of Govt lot 1 Agency Inc. in. 1914 was a happy smiling
went of same ex ,. .
RWA.1A blk 2_.. Musselwhlte Amantha 60.47 bouncy little fellow known as
Part of Govt lot 1 Sealdsweet". He talked
Part book of iroJiart 88.7 O.... 26 11 31 2.47 Laney E. E. __.._.. 101.77 All Forms of Insurance in'cessently"Dr. of the health val-

R. book 9 page 258 35 11 31 0.8 Forsythe Dv-P. Jr....._. 22.65 I ue of Florida citrus fruits that

SUNRISE BEACH 305 'East Moody Blvd.i- Phone 437-3171' were packed by mother nature -

Lots 5-6 blk 6._ McCumber Abba 35.49 Rtumell Florida 32010 with the sunshine vit
Lots 10-11-12 & the ,
'
northerly 75 of lot amin.
.
13 except RW/ FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY-BONDS "Dr. Sealdsweet" worked
AlA. blk 5 Brown E. 'W. & Hose... 121.61 diligently for the Florida
Lots 11-12-13 blk C_ Drown E. W. & Rose.? 19.40 A
Lots 10-11-12 block 9 Plnestreet Acres Trust Citrus Exchange promotingtheir
".. Maude L. Maker........ 21.74 l trade-name "sealdsweet"
Part of Oovt. lot 1 O. .' II T RAe. of
11. book 9 page 258 36 11' 31 0.03 Forsythe D. P. Jr._ 1.70 There is no record
/ Lot 21 block 3 _- Warner Homer i.. & the
Part book of 38 Oovt lot 96 &1 Sarah .........._..... ........ 8.07 the person who originated
south page of lot Lot 20 block 3.??....... Warner;::: Homer L.. A trade-name but it was suggested -
farcel described .. .....__.*.. 7.72
6 advertising
the
In book 37 Lots 13 block 3 _._ Price W. E.Sr.. A Leila 10.47 by
281 page 36 11 31 0.22 Brown Karl W. & Rose Lot 3 block 8....__._... Weaver Tf. C. A Gera agency that handled,the Flor-
I Q. r 6.90 dine : ....._ :......_......_._ 11.07 advertis-
Lot 8 block 9 ...::.._.- Hord sr R & Dorls_._... 10.47 ida Citrus Exchange
Part of Govt lot 2 O. Swetnam Gordon A that time The Jefferson -
10 __ at
Lot 4 block ing ,
n. book 3 Jtau 284 36 11 31 2.47 Ryan C. M. & Eleanor. ? .16.91. \ Christine ...._._?_?___ 8.88
,1 acre east Lot 21 block 15 .._.:_ Parker Pal Sr. .....__?._ 8.74 Thomas Agency.
128 yard book 30 page .37 11 31, 0.72 Whltaker Claude A._ 26.31 Lots 6-7 block 16_ M. B. Construction Co. 13.50 While old "Dr. Sealdsweet"gave

It! DDS sun up the ghost as a car- ,
GOLD COAST SUB Lot 32 block 1-----. .,_ Rusynick Clara F....__. 9.44 few
Blocks 1-2 except lots .Lot 38 block 2..._.__ Horton R. E. & Elizabeth toon character a years
4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11 12 I. ..._..._._._ ._ 8.30 later, his name lived on as of.
block 2 ._,- ..? Peterson R. D. ........__. 156.12 Lots 12'block 2._? ,I Susan B. Spivey _......;:... 38.43 ficial' of the international -
Lot 6 blk 5___. Claypool J.: C.: & M.. A. 15.23: W% of tract 4 blockB name
North 160 ft of blk 6 Rodgers Gilbert & LU- _...-?_?,,..:..??._......- 4 13 31 McFadden Joyce May & sales organization that
23.47 Forrest O. ..._._..____?. 62.52 60 has mar-
Lots 1-2-23-24 blk 8 Peterson R.-ij--: 17.66Lots : That part of EH of for nearly years '
6 to 12 & lot 20 tract 9 north of Old keted this state's'choicest
blk 8 -----=-..,?_??..- Laing John & Margaret 52.78 pixie Hwy. block R 4 13 31 8.21 Konieczny Sophie ._,..._. 12.64 and grapefruit Seald-
Lots 4 thru 8 & 17 S% of tract 6 block D 4 13 31 5 Alder J. S. & Anna....._ 4.10 oranges ,
thru 21 blk 9 Peterson R. D. ... 40.72 Sweet Sales.

PETERSONS SUUDIVISIONLot TOWN OF KOHOPfA I Now, the famed trllde-name

8 thru 20 block 10 Peterson R. D. 57.63 ''TOWN OF, FAVORETTA will become the official regis
.Lots 1-2-3-22-23-24 \ tered of the former
blk' _._.._. Peterson ,R. D. ..?.?....._ 24.99 PALM GARDEN SUB name
Part of N Sf-SW--?%* Lots 5-6 block 4-J-_... Kelly. Cleo I .___ 2.85 Florida Citrus Exchange,
O. R book 11 page _, Lots 23-24 block 24.... Talbot ArthurC...._ 1.80 which from now on will be
380 ?__.._..?.? 1 12 31 1.50 Northrlp( Richard A. ;,' ORMOND MANORS ,
i & Charles MIx 6.04 Lots 8-9 block '17....... Ooetllner Mrs. K.?.. .....: 1.80 known as "Seald-Sweet Grow-
"
SUB SUNRISE BEACH EAST OF A1A ers Inc. composed of the
LAND CO
MODEL'
Lot 11 block 2_ Lowe. Everett M._. _._ 1.67 thousands of growers whose
I >t 5 blk 1 __ Northrlp C. M..:_...__ 21.60 Lot 3 block 3?........_?, Elwood J. M. ___.._... 1.67
C. & Mae31.61. choice fruit is marketed
Lots 11-12 block 1._ Claypool J. Lot 6 block 3 -._ Hooker J. E. ._. 1.67 by
Lots :\-23lots 15 Lots 5-6 block 5._..... McCumber Abba... 2.49 ,the organization.
thru 22 blk 11..._.. Northrlp Richard A. & Lots 10-11-12 & N 75' .
Charles M. ____ 23.60 I thlnk'thls Is'
Personally) a
of lot 13 blk 5_
Brown E.V..', Estate.. 5.29
6 12 31 10 Wolf Melvin & Lillian
Tract 8 blk A. & Vlngle Patricia & smart move for it will elevate

Raymond ... 6.56 GOLD COAST sun the well.known.trade name' In'
Lots 7 thru 12 block 1
Peterson R. D. .__. 6.50.
?
N% of tract 1tract 1. all > Lots 1-2-3 block 2_ Peterson R. D. ..._:..._... 3.41 the public mind and directly
2 block 6 12 31 15 Wolf& Vlngle Melvin, Raymond& Lillian& Lot 6 block 6 ,. Claypool ,J. C. & M. A. 1.67 identify the growers with the

Patricia ....?...?._???.. 7.47 MODEL LAND. CO SUD capable marketing agency
Part of tract 11 book' -
that has served them
39 page 394 A except Lot 5 block 1 Richard __ 1.67 so many

295 book-.. U'page 7 1; 31 0.67: Clifton Joseph ___?... 2.69 Lot 9 block 3 'MOODY SUUNorthrip Nickles S. L. Estate 2.03. .years.!'The name change, to
I Lot 2 block 4 Smith R. L.- ._. 2.26
MIDWAY' PARK Lots 1-2 block 13 Cook H. T.____?-.-::.-..__ 4.24 Seald-Sweet Growers, Inc., reflects -

9- ._. Mlnchew Thomas our desire'to keep
Lot
-? --? Janice 3.76 FUQUAY' : SUB pace

Miller Glenn J. & Ruth 59.12 with the advanced marketing
Lots 1-2-4-5-26 I Lots 1 thru. 12 block .
__ ._ ___. concepts 'of the seventies ,"
'
WHISPERING PINES SUB Lo'l: ??? ?? : D. F. Fuquay .:..---- 18.73
said John F.
1 thru 12 block Nelson official of

Lot 3 blk 1_ Doak Albert' L. &_Lester ___- 1.60 Lots Fuquay 1 thru-.10.-'block==-.. I D._ F.' Fuquay____ 18.73. the Golden Gem Growers Inc.',,

Lot 5 blk 3 Rechart Denton Min4 Place -1 .___,. ,., Umatilla and president of>the'
? "F.
nle N. 7.85 ?? ? ., D. Fuqusy _.;., 15.83
4 ? ???
O. R. book 21 page 135 t Lots Lots 8 thru 12 block,,2 ._/ D. F. FuqulY .,,_,.?? ?. 7.93 renamed organization. ""We.i I
blk_ I> ....' 11 12 SI 0.20 Scfiadt tricia A.Carey N .& Pa.( 5.44 Lets 1 1-2-3 thru &8 block 8 thru 3 : D. F., 'Fuquay _....-- 12.33 want to build on our 6O years,

16 blk,19 D Fuqu4Y' 'of experience and use it, as:
Book 49 page 339 except ; F. ___ 17.33
book 54 Lots 1 thru .13 blk 20 ". preparation for the develop
page D. F. Fuquay __
18.U
484 blk D....?.....-__ 11 12 31 0.14 Jones qarlton'Li.__ ;..6.07:, Lots 1 thru 12 'blocky .' ment of an aggresive forward

FLAGLER BEACH ACRES SUB 1' ': Lola 21 1 thru c 1 L bi ;k"D.. F. Fugt aT .,.....,.??.,. 18.73 thinking contemporary mar-:,

I'D.. F. __. "
Tr. 15 blk. D- ... .. 11 .12 31 1.0 Kuleskl H. F. &: Nereid 49.78 Lots 1 thra 5 block ; Fuquay ? ? .18.'ra keting ton.

,MOODY SUB I \ ? 22.A. I' D. F. Fuquay' ?? ._._.,. .70 John. T.' Lesley general
MODUS SUB manager called, the action "a .
Lots 4-5 blk 3_ r' Cannon John H. & Patricia Lots 2-3-4 Hobbs & .
-.-._.?'. ,18.73 F\ J. : Orace... G.lS wise and progressive move

Lot .6 blk 3 _--?-.---,,- Cannon .John H.: A Pa-. w one, which lays the ground- .
'
tricia TPeterson ..__. 82.36
Lots 4-6 blk 6 R. D. 21.60 tl NOTIC'E- work for an 'intensive effortto

N% of & all lot f get growers and others to
6 l t2\5?.....---- Stua Joseph & Mary..... 10.54' realize the importance of this -
15
Sof lot
Lot t4 &
23 .. Decker Orville R. A Notice is organization in the overall op-
blk hereby that
given
Judith R _......_.._...:, 2.16 much thereof will the followingdescribed I lands 01 so eration
Lot 4 blk 28..._....?..?. Swing Mae Freeman.-. 51.49 herein set.. as same be necessary together to with pay the amount due for .taxes t of the industry. -
cost of
such sales ,
DonovanDorthy 79.63 opposite and advertising "Selling Florida citrus fruitin
blk 28 -
Lot 6 ? sold at
;
public auction
....... on the 29th day of May
Charles F. Charon 60.31
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blk 30 ,the fresh
Lot 6 .r--- / 1969. at office of the City Tax Collector In the Civic Center Building form provides com-
Lot 1 blk 33 --- Charon C. F. & Alice- 54.42 beginning' at 1000 o'clock A, M.. in the City of Bunnell Flagler- petitive factors which tendstokeep
,
:
Lou 15-16 block (1.- Stribling Mary M 7.70 County. Florida.
Lot 6 block 51 .?.- McDaniels J.. D.' & Donna the prices received 'toy the
..' Marie + :.?. 24.51 Lots 121112. Block; 5. Kenneth D &
Lots 22-23-24 blk 54 ", r- Waterman Leslie _____ .98 Lots 310.. Block 6_ Kenneth D & Betty Betty Herring Herring 52.03 growers more stabilized and

I+ Lot 9. Block 89 ..............?..___. Southern Holding Corp...._ 5.10 3.00 higher than would be true if
I r PLAGLER HARBOR SUB Lots 3-4. Block' 91........_....... Joel & Elizabeth Emanuel 16.80 all fruit had to to a single '
Lot 1 blk 83.O. -.. "*.* Crosby Flora Mae '82.18 Lots 56. Block 91 .,_?,..?.._....,.... Arthur & Kannle May Jones 13.35 outlet. go
R. o 348 N% Lots 12. Block 93. Mercedes Murray _______ S 1.32 Oranges, grapefruitand
lot 1. I1Page_._. 12 12 81 O.SO Peterson Dean & Etta 163.39 Lots 9-10-11 Block 95 :.._.._. C. B. Elsenbach ..._.._.__?,.. 12.14 tangerines in the stores
VENICE PARK SUB All Blocks 102-103-113-114._ H. B.. Wllda. & Dalton Cobb also
46.68
are constant visual
Lot 6. Block 123 _.I.-.,_- Mary Phillips reminders -
____._
Oateen William ,K & 2.70
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s Lot 22 blk 68_ Lynn L. 17.68 Lot I, Block 124___....,_.........x.._ Riley Klng'- .__.._...._......__ 2.10 to the housewife that
Lot 1 blk 75.:...._._- .Reynolds F-i: r& Lots 6-6. Block 124_. ?.??._._.._... Frank A Doris MaecOiddens 63.29 Florida grows the finest citrus
Laura __ 107.14 8w3 Lots 78. Block 124. A Essie 22.28.
the
Lot 2 blk 77.._...?.? -. Shontere Richard E. & Lots 7-8. Block 129:.____?-.... John H. Jr. & Beulah Mae fruit in world. This Is a
Thelma. 45.64 Alien -,.,.. ,.,,_ 16.28 valuable advertising factor
Lot 2. Block 130 .__..___ Sam White ......._..__Z"-,,,.,.', 2.10 I the-industry
? cannot afford to
1 OCEAN CITYxSUB N% Lots 66. Block 130 __ Johnson Jenkins 1
Blocks 139-140 Wllda !TT 1.50 lose."
H. Cobb -___! 17.13
Lot 2 Kressly Eva 12.68
," All Block 141 SW 50 of
Lot-20 &southeasterly excj ScaldSweetGrower .Inc. '
Lots 6-6 & All Blk. 149 exa
north'25 ft.20'of of lot lot 21 19& Pluff Albert" & HelenUpson 12.26 Lots 7-8 & the NE 55: of Lots will increase: .and sioamllne+: ",

Book 53 page 24O..._... 13 12! 31 10 R. C. &,Dorothy? 23.91 6-6 & All Blk. 160 exc. R/W its efforts' to market the out- -
US No.1&: SR No. 100__._ Wllda A Dalton Cobb .. of
71.41 put the more than 40
FUQUAY SUB ,The SW 60 Of Lots 8-6. Block cooperative
141 & the NEJ 55' Of Lots 5-6 and
Lots 3 & NV4 of lot ....... .',\. & All Lots 718 of Blk. 149_.. Wllda & Dalton Cobb independent \
lot 4 block ,Fuquay"... Fields O. O. _>..?._ 60.91 NE 55 of Lots T-4-5-6' A All 123.59 packing houses Which are its .

Lot 18 blk 3 _______ Cooremans Antoinette.. 97.12 Lots 7-8-9-10. Block 161 Wllda & Dalton Cobb... .. 38.38. members.. This has been Its
:
,Lots 6-7-8 blk 4 __ Y'. Williamson R. O, -& .. ??
wife _, 30.66 Lots 1112. Block 160 Willie Glide Brown 20.5S principal: activity for nearly
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Lot 8 blk 5 Kressly Eva__________ 11... Lot .1.0e Block 165- _..1.._?..._?. Chester As Rosa Lee Thomas 2.10. three score years.
Lots 10-11-12 blk 10 Nemeth Theresa & NWV, Lot 6 & Lot 6. Block. 168 Willie May Benford .. !__._ 18.54
Lots ___________ Walter Over the ....
... 25.79 1-2. Block 174 E III & Kathleen A. years the Florida .
Lot 4 block 12' J&c:Lynnell:Jrm ki'lerman Jl: Lots 5SW' 96' Lots 7-8. Knight _____ 44.29 CitrusN Exchange, has built up ,

Lots 13-14-15-16 blk --- 1.69 Block 179 __._____ Hoke S. & Wllda] H. CObb_ 26.04 an enviable reputation ,highly -'

_- ._' R. Wallace .._..., ,. 28.45 Lots 2-11 except Part Lot 2. respected 'by both the .
T ? ? industry
.x.1t 1 thru C block Bk. 66, Per- ,6. Block 252___ .. C. B. & Leona Elsenbach .78.89!
Lots 3-4 & Frac. Lots 5-6-9-10 and the trade., Under '
18F ., Moore Floyd 42.02 & Parcel in 8W% of NE%. the new name-it will continue'to
Lot 22fblock, 20_ Gatta Paul Jr.V.sta" Bk. 65, Pg. 335. Sec. 15-12-3O.

10.04 Blk. 271 _._._.._.__._ ____-. Leona W. Elsenbach & Heirs maintain the leadership '
Lot 28 block 20 Hal na :Fr itc- .. 9.44 Part Tract 16. OR.Bk. 6, PAT. 426 Wilfred E. & Wanelle Hunter 105.70 and progress 'that
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... .. Rlchard- means
Lot.9 block 22 Williamson A ,
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Hilda ? ?.?,,____ 1.92 greater. satisfaction
Lot 20 block 23 CtIP.?-T 61.58 Part Tract 6, OR Ilk 1. Pg. 216 James E. & Lillian Olddens 2.32 to Its
A 8% Jot ,' 7.69 Lot 3. Blk. 1, Lincoln Hts._ Jasper & Mary Anderson 13.09 members and more money, In
8s&-N% of lot 11* Lots 3-4. Blk. 8. Lincoln Hts_, Willie Mae Benford--_?? 2.40 their pockets.

block 23 ..... Williamson R. d. A Lots 6-7-8-9, Blk. Lincoln Hts.. Willie Mae ,Benford _.__ 24.70 ..
Hilda r-r--, _. 33.02 Lot 10. Blk. 3. .Lincoln. Hts.___ Willie Mae & Bertha Ben- '
ford _._._
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S% gfk102t4 4 & all lot; Gatta Paul Jr. & Vesta Lot 6. Blk. 4. Lincoln :Hts...,,?.. Jerry M. & Gladys Lee.. __ 2.70 \
6Lot _____ 7.88
-' 17.24 Lot 9. Blk. 4. Lincoln Hts.Lot .___ Willie Glide Brown "
6 block 24Lots Cam bell"wTfbur K A 14. Block 4. Bunnell Home- ??? 2.10 PAINTING

31-33 block 26_ K :f.EV"E _. H.n Tracts sites 23-24 Sub.. _Sec.____-1412304Lot. __..-,-.? Joseph & Annie Underwooa.. 1.84: ,
? H.
Lots 1-2-3 block; 29__ Long Waudeli '7 B. I'8ro W., Zelma. A
et al 60'28 Viola .............._. .
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Lots 20.21 block 33 Duteaux 6.98 "BOB
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J. 8.86 9-10. Blk. 1. Carver Sub_ MOODY
._. Willie C. Irown _.. ___,
Lots 6-6 Block 33 Sheeler Brie".i ; Part' of Tract Bk. 14, ? 4.20
Lots 17-18 block 34 _T Grlffln "Ill 2JrOR ,Ff.
R. W. 356 40 local
'R. years
Lot 4 block 35 ..??..... i Sheeler Bryce & Joanne 4i80 '' James Wimberly" _, t.._ 4,30 experienceTel

HOJUlfDr081DE sun Barbara C." 1fcCabe.. City It IX Collector City of Bunnell Florida 437-386O
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., MAY 5. 12S9 Complaint In said suit on or be.
.. fore the 23rd day'of June. A. D. LEGAL:: AOVEIITIHKMKNTIMIKLIMINAUYCKHTIKICATK! :: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
1969. and also to serve a copy of

LAKE NEOGA your Answer or defense and upon IJIMSCU..UTION!' THE: COUNTY JUnOR'' i
Osslnsky Krol. Attorneys OF OIU.OItATJo'
.
SAFE FOR SWIMMING -" Messrs for Plaintiff at their offices IN THE NAME AND BY TIn COURT IN ANn FOIL F.AIi.EILCOUNTY
: at 411 Main Street. Daytona AUTHORITY OF THE STATE KI'OIUDA. IN I'UO-
M .INO.msE HATK NO. 00M
r Florida or. or before the OF FLORIDA
In March and April 1969 IN RE: Estate of
f3erctJa; of June A. D. 1969. as TO ALL TO WHOM THESE
L.
GERTRUDE HEREFORD
: ;. : sanitary surveys were made of required by the Florida Rules. of PRESENTS SHALL COME HIGGINS: Deceased .
the area around Lake Neoga Civil procedure and herein fall GREETINGS: NOTICE 'ro CHKOITOIIS
will
FOOTBALL GAME and water samples were taken againstdefault be entered Whereas L. E. Wadsworth. Bunnell. GERTRUDE All creditors L.of the HEREFORD estate of

for tests for harmful bacteria. You are further notified that Florida HIOOINS deceased are hereby
SATURDAY NIGHT the name of the Court In which John D. Perryman. Bunnell. notified and required to file any
This is routinely done at least said suit has been Instituted l Is Florida claims or demands which th9
Spring football practice will once each month during the the Circuit Court Seventh Judi- John A. Clegg Bunnell. Florida may have against said estateIn
be climaxed Saturday night cial Circuit of Florida. In and the office of the County
swimming and bathing For Flagler County, and that did on the 20th day of October. Judge of Flagler County. Flor-
with a football game betweenthe months. The results from the the title of said suit Is as here- A D. 1967 cause to be Incorporated ida. in the Courthouse at Bun
graduating Seniors and Inabove net forth. under the laws of the State nell Florida within six calendar -
the next football teamof samples' tested in March and You are further notified that of Florida BROOKSVILLE TIMBER months prom the date of the
year's of said suit Is suit COMPANY a corporation, first
April from Lake Neoga show the nature a publication of this notice.
Bunnell High School. for divorce. with Its principal place of business Each claim or demand must be
Coach Jack Hall said that the water safe bacteriological. WITNESS my hand and official at* Bunnell, Flagler County, In writing and must state the
ly for swimming and bathing seal at Bunnell. Flagler County. In the State of Florida and place or residence and post-office
the game would start at 8 p. Florida, this 13th day of May whereas such corporation did on address of the claimant and
at the Bunnell Field. He according to Sanitarian Gene A. D. 1969. the 6th day of May. A. D. 1989. must be sworn to by the
m OKOROE :M. MOODY.'as In the office of claimant his
Holly. !: cause to be filed his attorney
said there might be a coupleof Clerk of the Circuit the State of the or It rrtbeC:: m void
the SenIor Such samples will continueto Court of Flagler County, 'teS of ref..r r.d"f. documentary according to law. *
mystery players on be taken each month and' Florida. authority required under April 24. May \5ltie: 1969
squad. (Circuit Court Seal) Section 608.27, Florida Statutes, /S/ ILEA
The Senior in- Information from the results By Emery showingthe dissolution of such ERA
Squad will tathJftrk
;
will be available to interested p April 24. May 1815. 4tc.
AND coyoatgi-efore.: : :: _
clude such All Conference e OSSINSKY KROL the Secretary

players as 'John .McDaniel. persons at the Flagler County Attorneys for Plaintiff of State does hereby certify to LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: :
Health Department, Holly 411 Main Street the foregoing and that he Is sat ..
James Robertson, Tommy Jef- Daytona Beach Florida isfied that the requirements of NOTICE OF* LEGISLATION
ferson and Bill Harris. Coach said. May 15. 22. '29. June 5. 4to the law have been complied with. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I
IN WITNESS WHEREOF
Hall said you would have to AUVKUTISKMBNT: have hereunto set my hand and Notice Is to hereby given of intention -
LEGAL apply to the 1969 Session -
see the game to find out about 3 Gallons Latex $5.75Free have affixed the Great Seal of of the Florida 1 u
the State of Florida at Tallahassee relating::
for
the 1969 squad. Choice of TO Cogs IN CIRCUIT COUUT the Capital, this the passage of an act to
There Interior or ExteriorYEOMANS KI AOLKIl will
be small admission
a for the
charge for the game. LEO H. MAHAFFEY. Secretary of State propagation of salt water
,
fish and other salt
,. water products -
PAINT* FACTORY Plaintiff.vs. May 15. 1 tc." In certain waters; regulating -

MEWS SOFTBALL .1828 NOVA ROAD WANDA E. MAHAFFEY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the taking and handling
Ormond llenrh H-S.3O Defendant.TO salt water fish and salt water
SUMMER LEAGUE l 1'hon. H7T-KO2O : WANDA E. MAHAFFEY. products prohibiting the dumpIng -
542 Wilson Drive IN TilE CIUCiriT COUnT OF of fish; providing: violation
TO FORM Kl.AOL.EIl COUNTY, KLOHI-
Xenla. Ohio g-ha"ter m ; repealing;
IJIVOUCK IA 8685 1921 %; Chapter
Those Interested In playing LEGAL AUVRHTISEMENT! : YOU are hereby notified thata In Case No. 545-E: 12730. 1927: Chapter 14037. 1929:

slow.pitch Softball with the IN TIIK CIRCUIT COHUT, SEVENTH '- Complaint for Divorce has BESSIE Plaintiff FRANCES WIGGINS Chapter 25829 and Chapter
25830.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN been filed against you and youare 1949; Chapter 57-1320;
Bunnell summer league are AND FOR KUAOliKIl COUN required to serve. a copy of WALLACE JENNINGS Chapters 61-744 and 61-2162. .
asked to meet at the city ball TY. KliOIIIOACIVII. your answer or pleading to the Defendant WIGGINS MWf .of Florida and repealing

field Thursday (tonight) at .. ACTION Complaint. LELAND to the B.Plaintiff's SHAW. P.attorney O.- NOTICE TO DEFEND providing 5f other effective lawa In date.conflict;
CASK NO. BS 6-n THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 4tc.
7:30: p. m., according to Buddy CLARA ANDERSON Box 296 BUNNELL. FLORIDA. WALLACE JENNINGS WIGGINS April 24. May 1815.
32010 and Ale the original an-
Plaintiff. ,
director.
Unknown"You
Taylor "Residence Address
In the office of
said "If going vs. :h'eercY pleading of the Circuit I Courtof are hereby notified that a LEGAL
Taylor we are WILLIAM. E. ANDERSON. r suit has been filed against you In ADVERTISEMENT
Flagler County Florida, on .
to have a summer league we Defendant. the above entitled cause: and
NOTICE *
the 16th of June.
NOTICE TO<< APPEAR: AND or before day LEGISLATION
must have some participants." ANMWKIl 1969. If you fall to do so. an or- you are hereby required to file TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
with the Clerk of
der of default will be taken your answer Notice hereby given
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE this Court and to of intention -
serve a copy
HAW CREEK CLUB OF FLORIDATO against you for the relief demanded to apply to the 1969 Session
thereof the
upon plaintiff orplaintiff's of the Florida
In the Complaint. Legislature
: WILLIAM E. ANDERSON. v .
ANNUAL DINNER WHOSE POST OFFICE ADDRESS DATED at ,Uunnell Flagler attorney whose name for passage of an act relating
SATURDAY. MAY 17 AND RESIDENT AD- County. Florida, this 12th day of and WALTER address Is S.: FURBEB to IaKer| County, recreational
areas
; authorizing
The annual Haw Creek Club DRESS You are ARE hereby UNKNOWN.notified that May- 96dEont>E M .MOODY. Ormond No. 10 Vining Beach Court Florida 32074 the board of county commissioners -

covered dish is scheduled a suit has been brought againstyou Clerk Circuit Court. D. to enter Into
supper not later than June 2, A.
In the Circuit Court Seventh Flagler County. Florida. /Cooperative agreements
''Saturday. May 17 at 5:30p. : ( 1969. federal and state
Judicial Circuit In and for
do Default
OfilclalBy/ If you fail to. so,
governments
m. at the ,Haw Creek Community Flakier .fJ; n ksOlorJ.1intl by Deputy/ Clerk Julia R. Harvey will be entered against you for tional areas,; (authorizing
CLARA ,
the relief' demanded in the bill the expenditure
Building. LELAND B. SHAW of certain
and you are hereby required to
of complaint. The nature of said county funds .
P, 296 ;
O. BOX providing
All members and their fam- file personally or by attorney.
suit I beingfor a date.
Bunnell Florida 32010 !
with the Clerk of said Court DIVORCE 4to April May
ilies are Invited. your Answer or defenses to the May 15. 22, 29, June 5. 4tc.F WITNESS my hand and seal of 24. 1-8-15. 1969.

said Court this 28th day of AprilA. -., -' -- -
I D. 1969. LEGAL. ADVERTISEMENT.
GEORGE M. MOODY *
Clerk of said Circuit Court NOTICE OF* LEGISLATION
(Official Seal) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
By Kathryn L. Emery Notice Is hereby given of Intention -
Deputy ClerkMay. t<* apply to the 1969
., I, 8. 15. 22, 4tc Session of the Florida Legl la-
ture for passage of an act .relating -
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN" to the City of Bunnell
Flagler County,
CIIICUIT COURT municipal government:
I '
KLAGLEIt COUNTY FLORIDA amending Section 28 (!)
( CIVIL ACTION<<: No. B47-E2 R '1 "of chapter 28955. Laws of
ROSEMARY TRAVIS. Florida 1953; Increasing ;
Plaintiff the limitation requiring I
vs. competitive bidding: providing
ELI G. TRAVIS an effective date..
Defendant. 4tc. April 24, May 1-8--5

DIVORCE
NOTICE: TO APPEAR.
TO: ELI O. TRAVIS LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT


F : j : $# Andover 98 Haverhill>> ARE MassachusettsYOU HEREBY Street NOTIFIED -. TO NOTICE WHOM OF IT* MAY LEGISLATION CONCERN:

; : that a Complaint for Divorce Notice Is hereby given of rt in i
has been filed against you. and tention to apply to the 1969
you are required to serve a copy Session of the Florida Legislature -
of your answer or pleading to for passage of an act're-
the Complaint to the Plaintiffs latingto: the City of Bunnell.
attorney. LELAND B. SHAW. P. FlaglerCounty >
O. Box BUNNELL. FLORIDA municipal government ->
ofJ'.6'and file the original I : amending sections
answer or pleading In the office 44. 45, 46. and 47 of Said
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof chapter providing for eon-
Flagler County. Florida on or :::::-:101aw city 'and
T& ; 4f -i__ t before the 2nd day of June. 1969. enforcement
4 \ If you fall to do so. an order of departments: providing an
default will be taken against effective date. <
ffi you for the relief demanded In Apr. 24. May 1-8-15 4tc.

+ :: the DATED Complaint.at Bunnell Flagler LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

:: f County, Florida, this 29th dayGEORGE
; : of April, 1969. IN TifF CIRCUIT COURT IN
M. MOODY, AND FOIL FLAGLKR COIJ1'{TY.
Clerk Circuit Court. KLORIDA. CASK NO. B-42-K1

Flagler County Florida. PEARLIE. MAE YOUNG
( mclal Seal) Plaintiff.
By: /Kathryn I., Emery RUSSELL
Deputy Clerk YOUNG.
LELAND B. SHAW Defendant
P. O. Box 296 NOTICE OF !SUIT .j
Runnel Florida 32010Attorney TO: RUSSELL YOUNG whose
'I- I for PlaintiffMay Last Known Place of Residence j

1. 8. IS. 22. 4tc. and address: UN-. i.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT KNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
n NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FIED that an action for divorce
'M'i TAX DEED has,, been filed against you the
Notice Is hereby given that Defendant and you are required
Marco Polo Park Inc.. the holder to serve a copy of your written )
of the following certificate has defenses if any to It. on
.. .
i aa a.? .ax > filed said certificate for a tax the Plaintiffs attorney :whose
deed to be issued thereon. The name and address Is: .
certificate number and year of HORACE E. HILL
.- \ l Issuance, the description of the 248 North Campbell Street ,.
property, and the name In whichIt Daytona Beach Florida, i
I was assessed are as follows: and file the original with, the ,
t. .. GOOD FOR YOUR HOME! GOOD FOR YOU I I .' Certificate No. 33: Year of Issuance clerk of the above styled Court ,
'
,'t
on
1963: Description ofProperty or before 28th day of 'May
: Lots 29 & 30. Blk. E. A. D. 1969; otherwise a Judg-
Warren Park Estates ub. Assessed ment may be entered againstyou
:! Electric Reverse-.Cycle Air Conditioning to John Bodlan.In for the relief demanded In
addition to the above the the Complaint.
following certificates are out- WITNESS my hand and'8eal
'

: r delivers carefree comfort all year rounds( Holder-t r;, lrlca"r Marco .Polo property 9: Year Park.: 1964 Inc.; of 1969.GEORGE the said Court M MOODY on April" :21st. J


Assessed to : John Bodlan. Clerk of Circuit Court
'. I r Certificate No.5. Year 1966: By Kathryn I*. Emery

.' It's wonderful how many good things happen when you live with flameless Holder. Marco Polo Park Inc. (SEAL) Deputy ClerkApril
Assessed to: John Bodlan. ,
P.,. electric'Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioning. Summer appetites'perk up. Certificate No. 131. year 1968; 24; May 1.8-15-4to.; ;

I t The whole family sleeps more soundly, even on humid nights. Come winter, Assessed Holder Marco to: 'John Polo Bodtan.Park, Inc. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT i

v you banish chills with a twist of the wrist ,.,' 1 Certificate* No. 143. Year 1967
Holder. Stan ,.;Novak; Asssessed NOTICE OF* LEGISLATION t
/ ," ( Best of all,you do it all the flameless electric way.The clean way- so.that to: John Bodlanl TOVHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .
r yr' Unless such certificates shall be Notice Is hereby given of intention ,
your furniture and drapes look their bright best all the.time.There's no matchVu redeemed according to law the to apply to the 1969 Sessionof

for the.clean comfort of Reverse-Cycle -year-round air conditioning. property described In such certificates the Florida. Legislature for
will be sold to the high- of
passage 'an act relating the
\ ,.;.' -' Ask your air conditioning contractor. or electric appliance dealer. est bidder at the front door of School Board of Flagler County:
r "' ,the Flagler County Courthouse authorizing board to Issue
; Eleven rate reductions since 19571 The average price paid per kilowatt on the first Monday nl the monthof promissory notes or other evi l

', hour by ;; families Is one-third less than It In 1957. June 1969, which la the 2nd dences of indebtedness In an
FPL-seryed today was day of June 19S9 at the legal amount up to tw. hundred fifty
...-.stref.. t hour of sale. to-witt 11:00 a. m.
I\\J' There's no match for flameless electric... thousand dollars (9250.000) pay-
2Dated at Bunnell. Florida this able from unencumbered funds

) ,, ., r' . '-, I, 3J!: :1)daY. of April, 1969. other than those derived from
.
; I ,:;' 'i't, y ": '''' GEORGE M. MOODY of relocating existing school
:, : ..\ 1. "" ,::1.. : .: !:::: .. Clerk of the Circuit buildings; providing effective
?''rj, ;:! naN1 w:......rws Court Flagler County' date.
Florida
.. .S. y 4tc April 24. May 1-8-15
Apr. 24. May 1,- 8. IB 1969. 4tc.
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VISITING AT WILDWOOD 6-THE FU1GL R TRIBUNE THUBS. MAY 15 1969 :: "

Miss Lucille Walker left RUDY STULA
MR. AND MRS. _
to "r..A -
Saturday for Wildwood
spend several weeks with her
brother and sister in law Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Walker. riik

Former residents Bill and
Reese Burnsed. Homestead, arrived
Sunday to spend several
weeks in Bunnell.

Mrs. Sue Burnsed and son
5 + Jamie.are staying at Flagler
Beach with Mrs. Eva Wiser
while Sue's husband, Jim, is iJ
in Miami.
i
R'Lrr -
w Visiting fn Bunnell last week-
end with Miss Shep Cochranand
:Mrs. J. W. Brown at their 1-/ jti

home Railroad Avenue; were : : _
their sister and brother in law
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peterson of
Pierson. They expect Mr. and .r
Mrs. E. O. Stokes of Tampa, c -
to arrive Saturday for a week-
end visit.WEEKEND.
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VISITORS
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Weekend houseguests of Mr. E
and Mrs. John Wiesberg, Flag
ler Beach, were his parents _
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wiesberg of

HT Orlando.The Wiesberg's' son, John,

Jr. is spending several daysin
Orlando this week with his photo by Theo L. Heln
t k grandparents.Mrs. RUDY STULA ble ring ceremony.The .
bride wore a turquoise
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.... Sam Walts, Deland, MRS.. THOMAS two-piece dress with a white \
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Photo by Theo l'. Heln spent Mother's Day at Flagler WED \ orchid corsage.
MISS NIPPER MR. BARROW EXCHANGE VOWSThe Beach visiting with her son Mrs. Charlotte Hodges Flag-

marriage of Miss Deborah Lynn Nipper and Paul Alex- in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alma Jeanette Thomas, ler Beach, was the brides only
ander Barrow was Saturday. May 10 at the Bunnell Pentecostal Mrs. Charles Meekins and Flagler Beach, and Rudy Stu- attendant. Mr. Buddy Barrow'

Holiness Church. family. la, Korona, were married Bunnell, was best man.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nipper. Thursday May 8 at White There was a reception and !
Bunnell. and her husband is the son of Mrs. Charles Worley RETURNS HOME Eagle Hall Korona. dinner afterwards at the
Bunnell and the late Mr. Claude Barrow. i ii John Lutton has returned to The bride, a native of Tam- White Eagle. Assisting were
i Rev. T. D. Peacock and the Rev. Father Antonio Leon per-: his) home at Flagler Beach pa, Is the daughter of Mrs. Mrs., Martha Zysk, and Mrs. .
: formed the double ring-candlellght ceremony. after ,visiting relatives at Anderson Ruth Dugas, Tampa. Mr. Stu- Sophie Smlglelskl.
Indiana. la Is the son of Mrs. John After a wedding trip to
Escorted by her father the bride wore a white Chantillylace
and the late Mr. and Mrs. Stula
Szarama Korona Tampa
trimmed with pearls and sequins fashioned with &
gown
? Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiffany Mr. John Szarama. will make their home at 2401S.
tiered organdy and Chantilly lace detachable chapel train. A Beach Trailer Park,
Flagler Justice of the Peace Levi Daytona Ave., Flagler
forward cluster of lace petals etched with seed pearls held her 'have returned to Michigan to Brannam performed the dou Beach.
three-tiered French illusion veil. She carried a cascade bouquetof spend the summer at'their
white carnations centered with a white orchid. home there.WEEKEND. .. BRIDAL SHOWER FETES MISS NIPPER
1 Maid of honor was Miss Ruth Hunter Bunnell, who wore a i ...r

floor length gown of seafoam blue organdy and lace and carried GUESTS
{ a nosegay of pink and blue carnations. Weekend houseguests at the :
Patrick Barrow brother of the bridegroom, was best man. home of Dr.or and Mrs. Ben : I .
Ushers were Larry Joe Buono and Kenneth Spivey. Lacy were her brother and ir1
sister in law Mr. and Mrs.Buddy 1 IV. -
There was a reception afterward at the Bunnell Civic Cen \' ,
ter. Assisting were Mrs.; J.:' L. LMngold: Mrs. Henry Givens tfoth "Vucoy4h. Pensacola. : '
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of St. Augustine and Mrs. T. D. Peacock, Bunnell. Miss Patricia- BEACH VISITORS
LJngold, St. Augustine kept the bride's book. i '.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oswald, d ,s' ysk ;Y
in R
t After a brief wedding trip the couple will live West Palm Neptune N. J."are' visiting at ". 5
Beach.
Flagler Beach' with Mrs. Mary
Oswald.
METHODIST WSCS "TACKY PARTY"I

I CELEBRATES. BIRTHDAYMrs. : > ". -

I+, Gordon Shields celebrated Miss Deborah Nipper second from left, was honored at a
I : her birthday last Mon. bridal shower Thursday night at the home of Mrs. T. D. Peacock -

r day night at a dinner partyat Deen Road, Bunnell. Hostesses for the affair were 1 to r,
I her for the
Julians. Joining
c U gala occasion'ere Mrs. Duane ,Mrs. Carol Stuckey, Mrs. Peacock and Miss Barbara Dodgen.
4 Yellow blue and white the color"scheme the
Deep:!, Mrs. Lee Blakely. was used by
Mrs. Marvin Parker Mrs. Jack hostesses In the attractive decorations and refreshments.

Clegg and Mrs. Scott Shef The twenty-eight invited guests enjoyed appropriate games
field. and prize winners were Mrs. JoAnne' Branch, Mrs. Carolyn Buck-

x. ner and Mrs. Eugene Nipper mother of the honoree.
MOTHER'S DAY GUESTS '
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Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.J. 5
D. Barber Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. J'. Er :Barber, Ocala; ANNOUNCING
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and Byrd
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Seville; Mr. and Mrs. Claude "
t Varn, St. Augustine; and Mrs.J. THE OPENING OFD.::/' "

H. McKnight, Flagler Beach. ... '., ,.
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The family enjoyed Moth "
er's Day dinner at HolidayInn The PLAYPEN DAY NURSERY

". Members of Bunnell United Methodist Church Women's Society 1.95.COME .

of Christian(Service gathered for a unique luncheon-tacky

I I!' I'party at the church parsonage Thursday.The TO BUNNELL TO Monday, May 19
I guests pictured above, were clad in a variety of costumes I
ranging from hippie to gay nintles. SHOP .. Located Behind Western Auto Store on North .

Drop Your Laundry ,Off ,Main Street in Bunnell '

Before Later MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
; Pick-up ..
5:30: ,, '
6:30 a. m. p. m. k
20 Ibs Washer 35c k
Operated ByAudrey -

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!141bs Washer 25c '' Waterman and' Thelma Edwards .

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TIRES REPAIRED ... '
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Prizes were awarded to the "best dressed guests" and Mrs. Wash Car
CAR
-TRUCKJTRACTORWash I
Daisy Buckles center took first place Mrs. S. H. Cameron left

I ,was second place winner; and Mrs. W. W. DeeD received third Thrift-T Car Wash Jobs ,& .Expert' Lubricationr } f' -
place. More than twenty-five attended the WSCS, business meeting

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE _:7=THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING DISTRICT LUNCHEON -,

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TROPIC GARDENSLet Dlstrlct"2 Director Mrs: Mrs. Edward Reinick, UDC*.
us help beautify Flagler UDC and Mrs.' C,
j District Director,
CHURCH
Large variety of evergreens Edward Reinick, Jacksonville,
County.
palms hedge plants. reported on the District meet. N. Shauck, both of Jackson ,
at
r .. 56 miles S of ,Bunnell on ing held in Bunnell when she ville. were honored guests
.mnS! c, 15 spoke to Flagler UDC members a luncheon Thursday given
Feb. -tfc '
U. S. 1. at their meeting Thursday by Mrs. W. E. Knight at her

\ *: SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain afternoon. The meetingwas home Lambert Ave., Bunnell.
----- death." This verse from Proverbs fields Installed Rota-Roter at the home of Mrs. Z. D. Other guests were Mrs.Z..G.:--
Weekly SermonMethodist 12 is the Golden Text.A snail shell. Reasonable prices. Holland, Bunnell. Mrs. H. H. Holland Jr., Mrs. H. T. Cook,"'
related passage in the Call George Jarosz, 437-3410 Murray was cohostess.It Mrs. M. B.' Fuller and Mrs?,
Church lesson, from Science and 8.1-tt was also reported that the Harry Atkinson. ,
Bunnell ,First United Health with Key to the WANTED-12 lots graves of seven confederate
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor Baker Ed OFFER
Scriptures by Mary 50x100 ft. each. To rear Bun- veterans were decorated on
PRIDE AND HUMILITY dy, states: Mortals 'are not nell' High School. See sign at Southern Memorial Day by HOSPITAL NOTES
.. Immortals, created in .
\ like home at end of committee members.It
old frame ADMISSIONS- :
Did hear the God's own image; but infinite "
you pee about Peach St. Phone or write agent was announced the chap.
the man who said of himself Spirit being all, mortal con Madlyn M. Aldrich, Realtor, ter would adjourn for the Anna Strickland, Agnes Ev- .
that he' had been the most sciousness will at last yieldto 467 S. Atlantic, Ormond, 677- summer months and meetings erhart Vernon Raymond, Gail
conceited fello\v in town until the scientific fact and disappear 4683. May 8, 2tp. would resume in September.Nine Bowen, John Allen Charles
he went Ito this psychiatristwho and the real sense of members and three Missinne, Mark' Hannah, Mar-
helped him, and noW he being, perfect and' forever in FOR SALE-2 maple twin visitors attended. garret Gilyard Baby Girl
stated, "I'm the nicest guy in tact, will appear. beds--complete with springsand yard, Barnard Eisner, Rosa
town." There Is a paradox between f All are welcome to.attend'the mattresses and 2 maplearm Lee Rollins, Odell ,
pride and humility. We Christian Science churchin chairs with cushions.s. HASTINGS MATTRESS Rhea Dobson Dorothy Gossel
can be humble in our pride, the area. Reasonable. 1408 S. Central & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Mauice McKenny, James
or brag about our humility. A 1 Avenue, Flagler Beach. Itc. 710.12 Lemon St. Brown Mildred Kahlert, Hu-
Christian should have some F., B. METHODIST Palatka, Florida bert jPelllcer, Ruth Herbien,
of both traits. CHURCH SERVICE FOR SALE-AKC: Doberman Phone EA 5.9166 Kraig Crouch, Oscar MIess
Paul was quite bold when female puppy. Good temper. Furniture William Deen, Allen Hoff,
\ Upholtcring
ament. Best for guard or pet. .
HOURS CHANGED Janice Minshew JamesD.
he advised converts to look at
Repaired & Refinished
Call 437-3168 May. 15, 3tc.
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him to see an example of howa Beginning June 1 church Mattresses & Box Springs Rogers. .
Christian should live. Of school SINGER-1968 model, $47.63 ,.
services and Sunday Made to Order.Also Renovated DISCHARGES:
course, you had to read more hours will change at Flagler cash or 6 payments at $9.00 a Call Laura Morris 437.3233
than a line or two of Paul's Beach- United Methodist month. Zigzag, fancy stitch, Marie Williams[ Stratton
writing to understand that he After 6:00 P. M- Charles Williams.
Church. The morning worship ,darns, monograms and makes Norcross,
considered himself as an ex Chlrch The morning worship button holes and sews on PRICES REASONABLE- Roy Hersey, Margaret GIl-
ample because of God's love service will be 10:00 a. m. and buttons without attachments. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED yardr Baby Girl Gilyard, Do-',,
in him, and not because of Sunday school will start at Guarantee still good. For more Just as near as your rothy Reynolds, James Coats
what Paul had done. Paul al- 9:00 a. m. The change will be Information call: 734-0018, or Phone or Post Office Norman Gould, Mary Zlchet-
----.so accepted his humility, and in effect during the summer write: Service Sewing Center, Drop Us a Card or Call tella, Hubert Pellicer, Jen-
advised others that at times months only. P. O, Box 393 DeLand, Flor, Free Pick-up''' & Delivery nings Byrd, Clinton Lewis
he .would make mistakes. ida 32720. May 15, TFC Rosa Lee Rollins.
However, let us take note that The Rev. Dallas Browning
Paul witnesses to a faith will have as his sermon topic FOR SALE--22 Marlln rifle, 9"'V"
'which was possible for man Sunday May 18,"What To Say lever action, like new, $40.00. O. F. ALFORD
to have, ''and not to some un When We Pray". The morning Call 4373382.. Itc. Registered '
attainable dream .to become a worship service is at 11:00 a. PLAZAROCKING
m. Mrs. Bernie Wilson is choir FOR SALE-1966 Chevele Real Estate Broker New
god.Our director and Mrs. Inez. Cren- Malibu, 4 door hardtop, r andh
Christian life is in and ,-excellent condition CHAIR
,
shaw Is organist. cheap. BunnelL Florida
through' Christ who pointed Call 4373382. May 15, Itc A .... THEATRE
the way for humans to become AZALEA PLAZA '
followers of God. Let us have ST. THOMAS SHOPPING CENTER

both pride and humility because ,EPISCOPAL CHURCH .. ATTENTION TEENAGERSDANCE ofPALATXATODAY
we are Christians.
"Brethren. Join In imitatingme Services will be held every THRU SATURDAYWalt
., and mark those who so, Sunday in St. Thomas Episcopal Disney's
live as you have an exampleIn Mission on Route 100, midway Family Entertainment
us." Phllipplans 3:17. between Bunnell and "SMITH"
Flagler Beam, at 10:00 a. m.; Glenn Ford
Holy Communion on the first ", '-COlor-
SUNDAY SERVICES :> Sunday of each month, and \ AND

,.',,. ,Morning Prayer and Sermon J FRIDAY MAY 16. .,: "'. .- True Life Adventure
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CHRISTIAN on the other Sundays. The
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CHURCHES. MAY ,18 mond,Beach,.is Locum Tenens _
FLAGLER MUNICIPAL
Mortals and Immortals" is during the absence of the BEACH
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PAVER DYKES PARK I FLAGLER BEACH 8-THE. FLAGLER .TRIBUNE TBU1 IS., ,MAY 15 1969
LEGAL AO*'KUTMKMHNTIW

NEW CAMPSITES TO MAN' ELISTS IN NAVY BHS *father to help me In thestore
STUDENTS '
CIMCtTIT COUHT," KI.OU1I1A &* FrI and .Saturdays as
ays
,'' OPEN FRIDAY. MAY 16 Blllle Joe Miller, son of Mr. KIAUIiil CIVIL ACTION( "NO. "I-It* TOITOUR) MARY I I need additional help on.these ..

and Mrs. James W. Miller, CITIZKNS BANK OF BUNNELL. .
I'A, new campground in the Flagler Beach, was enlisted DUNNELL.o'LOIUDA.. KARL SCHOOLr FRIDAY (days.. Is this work covered ,by
of Paver- a State Bankln Corporation. social security? '
I virgin woodlands into the U. S. Navy on April Plaintiff. A of sophomores and ,
group ,,
Dykes State Park near St. A. Yes. Work by a parent as
28 at Jacksonville. Seaman juniors from Bunnell High '
to GERALD K McCANDLESS. employee In'a:trade or business -
will be opened an I
Augustine Recruit Miller has been assigned et al..,. School will tour the Mary Karl '
16, for his son or daughter
May
the public Friday, Defendants.NOTJCM''OI.
to the Navy Training FOIECLOVitId School of Applied Sciences at
social security.Q. .
Director Bill Mill. is covered by
State Parks
Center in Great Lakes, Illinoisfor !'iIAI.N' DBJC Friday morning May 16.
announced today. The park DEFENDANTS :HEREIN I operate a service sta-
er TO THE '
his "Boot Camp" and will Following a tour of the fa.
Bunnell. ANfHALL OTHERS WHOMIT tion. son works for me after -
is 15 miles north of My
\
be ,,there approximately nine MAY CONCERN: cility. Dean John H. Smiley
said the 30 sites GIVEN school and on Saturdays-
1 Miller camp weeks. s NOTICE JS HEREBY
will meet with the students
That the undersigned OEOROEM. his to
developed so Should I report wages
,: were carefully MOODY, as Clerk of the Circuit to answer Questions and to
a that the woodland setting Miller attended Bunnell Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit -discuss offered social security?
would be preserved, but that High School before volunteer. In and for Flagler County. the program A. Yes. If your son is under
Florida I under, pursuant to and at the junior college's School
modern camping' conveniencesare ing for 'a four year enlistment by virtue of a Final Judgment of Sciences. 21, you should not report his
provided. The restroom in the Navy. of Foreclosure entered In the Applied wages. Work for a parent bya
above entitled cause pending: In
building has hpt. and, cold the Circuit Court. eventh Judicial son or daughter under 21 is
showers, lavatories and laundry Circuit. In and for Klagler Social not covered by social security..
County. Florida. Case No. 531-I. Security
tubs. Each site offers picnic MRS' TIIADCOMPLETES will within. the legal hours of II I Q. I am a widow with 3 children

tables, water, electricityand I sale between 11:00: A. M. and and we receive social security I
COURSE 2:00: P. M, on Monday, the 26th
barbeque grills. day of May 1969. at the front NEWSQ. benefits. I've been of-

The parks director noted doors of the Flagler County fered a job making' $7,000 a
Nazhla Trad, ]Bunnell, recently Courthouse. Bunnell. Florida, offer
that the natural beauty of the completed'(the 36 hour for sale and will sell at public In my seasonal job as a year. If I take this job, will it '

752-acre park overlooking the course in real estate finance auction td the highest and salesman I work from Febru- stop my children's checks? ;
I best bidder for cash all the right.
,J Matanzas River and Pellicer offered by DBJCs school of applied title. Interest and claim of the ary through July and earn A. No. Your earnings affect

Creek is as evident as when sciences and has re- defendants' GERALD K. Mc about $5000. This is my .only only. your own social security
CANDLESS. et al.. and all other'
the naturalist and artist :John ceived a completion certifi parties: or persons bound by said Income and' r expect to continue checks, will not affect your

James Audubon' was a visitorin cate.c Final Judgment In and to thefollowing' my'work beyond age 65. children's checks.Q. .

the 1800's. uated In described the County property of Duval.sit- .Will 'I be entitled to any social I expect ,to earn $2,400 In

State of Florida to-wlt: security benefits? 1969. How much' of my social

Manufacturer's 1962 Great Lakes Serial. Mobile No.Home. A. Yes. You will be entitledto security benefits will bq with-

020C 5C3X4593' a check for each month in held?

ON TIMECERTIFICATES. being The said sold property td satisfy as said aforesaid.'Judg the period August through : A. If you earn $2,400, one-

V c 501 ment. subject to any and all valid January. Regardless' of your half of the amount over $1,680

Q prior I c.,trna"e"g: liens. and encumbrances .- total 'earnings, you are entitled 'would be withheld from your .

: DATED this 12 day or May. to a check for any monthin social security checks for the

1969. GEORGE M. MOODY which you did not ,earn year. Specifically, this would
j VOLUSIA MINIMUM 53.000: -90 DAYSCOUNTY than be $360. ($2,400 minus
Clerk. Circuit Court. more $140.00. $1,680

NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY d'lEAL' ) Flagler County Florida Q. I operate a neighborhood equals 720. One-half of $720.

By Julia R. Harvey grocery store. I have ,hired my equals $360.
{ BANK Deputy Clerk
:;: '\ Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada LELAND: B. SHAW
P. O. BOX 296 .
Ormond Beach. Florida Bunnell. Florida 32010
Attorney for, Plaintiff NOTICEThe

_May 15. Itc !

1I11Illlllllllllllllllllilll! IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII"IIIIII"11IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" III IIIIIIIIII LEGAL ADVKUTIHKMKXT Bunnell City Commission intends to en-

.. _: ... IN cmctiiT COURTFI.AGL19t force the '1953 Ordinance providing fo the cut- ,

COUNTY, OIIIOA ting, destroying, and removal of weeds, ,palmetto,
< | \ \ } VJ:1 \ i/y/ .....-v ;. CIVIL ACTION NO. C13-4-U
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and litter
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL. shrubbery: trash, other growing, lying,

BUNNELL FLORIDA., or located upon any lots, lands, and other prem-
State Banking; Corporation. s
J:1: i. BAMBOO a Plaintiff ises within the City of Bunnell.

I zA., ,... DAVID CAUSEY VII., and t After being notified, landowners will have

kb ELDON Defendants.L. KNIGHT. ten ((10)) days to comply with the Ordinance or .

j I _--r--d'" y NOTICE OK 'OIU.CLO4UIU: !! the property will be cleaned up at the owner's,
"
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Ji" BAR :MALE
_. .. TO THE DEFENDANTS HEREIN .
I \t.$\ ____ \ J" t ANn ALL OTHERS WHOM expense.CITY OF BUNNELL, FLORIDA
.. -- IT MAY CONCERN: ., ,
\ HEREBY GIVEN t
I DANCING EVERYSATURDAY NOTICE is
.. ---Y. "' ,That the undersigned. OEOROE
Clerk of the Circuit -
\ M. MOODY as
.,..1 Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit -
'
?_. >1"7 Liquor Beer Package In and log Flagler County
0:' Pizza Florida und r. ,pursuant to andbv NOTICE
/ "' :> virtue 'ofv a'/Mnal Judgment -.4 :\ .-.' ,
: :, .Koreelojr: In the t :
?
above l-entltVrt'' t*ause. pending In o. -!iT' The Bunnelt'City Commission has declared 't ,
CireutW'Couxt. Seventh Judicial '
the Circuit In and for Flagler the month of June to be "Book Drive Month" in'theCity

County.willwithin. Florida the. Case legal No.hours 634-D.of of Bunnell, in an effort to obtain more '

I :1 sale between 11'OjT.A. M. and reading, material for the City Library.
: BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS 2:00: P. M on MONDAY the 26th
:1 day 'of MAY the 1969. at the front Anyone wishing to donate books, should con- '
CountyCourthduse
IO7 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657 door of U Flagler jllw Florida, offer tact the City Clerk. Where books cannot be deliv-

for sale. ,* : sell at ered, arrangements will be made to have them {
BUNNELL FLORIDA and
i public auctloiV to the highest t t
% best bidder 9_for< cash all the picked up. Any type of books will be appreciated, .I
'
{., 'i, FREE ESTIMATES the right Defendant title interest DAVID and CAUSEYand claim of paperbacks and bound of any category._ '
ELDON L; KNIGHT and all
'. BAR FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS other parties or persons boundby Thank '
you
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS to the said following Final Judgment described In prop-and CITY OF BUNNELL l ...

r LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING :OUNTE RS Volusla erty situated County.In State the of County Florida of I &..

to lt: .
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving! 3L : Simpson Guardian 23. ; .
Serial !
BATHROOM VANITIES BRRAKFA'S'T; $ARS I i 95341180.Numbers 95341148: 95341127. -

"' : 1 Echo Linler No. 50.1101 ) .. ... .,
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.. Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts \ ,
-- ., 1 Eaglette, (Browning) No. (
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FINE HARDWOODS 1 881734- Golden Eagle ,, Keep'lt. 1 auiiful'If I
The said property as aforesaid..
: Most orders ,filled within 15 working days- Now Serving being sold to' satisfy said' judg-

all of Bunnell. *. ment. subject to any and all val- America hired for the it
; areas in 75 mile rod id prior mortgages liens and people job. would take the

I CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928: encumbrances DATED this and 12th rights.day of May largest sort of army to keep our country free of litter. ,

PLANNING' ARRANGED 1969. But there's no need to hireanyone. It's a job we can I

EVENING Clerk.GEORGE Circuit M. MOODY.Court. .' do ourselves.,All of,,us.' Every family that spreads a

Flagler County, Florida picnic lunch. Every boatman who cruises the lakes and

(SEAL) By Julia R. Harvey' i waterways. Every motorist who uses our roads and '

rPCW.uHXWk highways. _
-r TOY A*
P. O. BOX: 2Bunnell. "" It is the pleasure of the U. S. Brewers Association \

Attorney. Florida for Petitioner 32010 each year to give its fullest support to the Keep America .

May 16. Itc Beautiful Campaign. Remember Litter
". : Every : Bit Hurts.. I
i after you see LEGAL AnVKUTIHBiftEJTT "" This is our land. Let's treat it right.

Q your doctor. COURT OF ,',( ...
IN THE CIRCUIT
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KIjAtiLfclt COUNTY KE.OII-. ,i.- UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
IDA .BOX 273.;'WINTER PARK.' : 37289
::1 L' fLORIDA
\ :, It bring yourprescription Care KTo. RA4-B < .
JOHN A. LEHMAN i I Ivs. ,-'
'' 1. Plaintiff ';, ...
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GAIL LrtHMAN j::a
Defendant
J'I'"T"TO' t DEFEND RRi,:,

..... THE 1tTtth.PrNFLORIDA.;;} TO: v I" ,.

J ''O"iq, ,18521 Dearborn.' California Street fNorthrldKe. '.:%att." :"' '( ) \"t" t'

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You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed! against you MMw. '
Professional, Bid:. In ,the above entitled cause' : and I T.

you your are s :a.e'tte; the' Clerk to Jt \ ;;i( .

this Court, and to serve a copy i. 1-;; -
thereon upon the plaintiff or -
plaintiff's attorney, whose name :
.
and address Is:
OINSBBUO & GINSBERG //1' :
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME 134". South Beach Street
Davtona .Beach. Floridanot
later than ,June' .9. A. D.. JwiU

A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director 1969.you fall to do so.' Default
be entered against you for
JOHN CAPO. Manager the relief demanded in the bill *--
. of complaint. The nature of said
.
suit being for .
OXYGEN \
AIR "
DIVORCE.WITNESS
, S LADY hand and seal 4.k'
EQUIPPED my
I ; CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I \ of said Court this 7th day of ;1.
AMBULANCES May A. D. 1969.GEORGE.
M. MOODY !
: l
t, ; Clerk of said Circuit .
ID 7- 532 Court t
I it Phone ,(Official Seal) .
By Kathryn L. Emery ,,
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MOODY BLVD.- BUNNELL FLORIDA Deputy Clerk '
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1o- TEE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. MAY 15 1969 r Jack nung's Fish Camp appearance. So we should be 'They had 3 sheepshead, 1

,. ,- Florence Eby, Crescent seeing their activity off bass, 1 drum. Mr. O. E. Lowe,
FISHING LINE :Beach> seems to be the only shore. Normally there are a was not very,happy this week
person who had luck. few Cobia along with the when all he caught was 4
By Al Zamba Florence brought in any 10 trout Rays for those who would drum. The record this week
venture out after them. to Walt Small's family
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Week Ending May 10 1969 cent Beach fishing bridge. Jack, also Bing's Fishing Resort with a catch of 73 drum croak.ers .

c Devil's Elbow Fish Camp mentioned that a few drum Gene Kersey and Herb An. 'end sheepshead. Every-
are still being taken. derson Bunnell, had 8 bass to body had fair luck at Blngs
The word from the camps in their this past week except Rocky'
our area, Is all the same-not: Flagler Beach Pier Daytona credit. Coming up from Hodge, who works at Blngs.
the told were H. Worthen and ,took his wife Ruth, out ,
very good. Clint Mosler at pier H. Taylor., Rocky I
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that the fishing' 21 trout, In Jim Moore'j boat, the Dotty .
At Eatman's Camp some us the same 2 bass and 1 flounder. -
thout, bass and a few sheeps- is off, the water being muddy, Ann, for a spin. one evening
i head were taken.Matanzas. even the catfish have quit Another regular at Bings, and ran 0141 of gas between
__ Inlet biting. Cecil and Jack West- Eli Edwards, had 4 bass and Flag er Beach and the camp. '
brook spent a few days at his 1 trout. 35 drum, whiting, So they had to spend the nlte,
There were good catches of camp bn the creek and .had a croakers was the catch of Jim and it was next morning be-
sheepsbead; taken for about 2 good "catch of bream. Last Floyd and WDill Elliott from fore the first boat came by to

.. days and a few bass, but since week was the first time the Jax. Dick and Helen Beens offer assistance. (We'll'go';;
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