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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 22, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: 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. 22 THURS MAY 22
1969 53.50 A YEAR
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NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM AT FLA LER BEACH
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SCHOOL BOARD CITY' OF BUNNELL James H. Tucker

SPECIAL MEET VOTE TO REVISE
Appointed F. B.
The'.FlaglerSchool; Board BUILDING CODE

held a special meeting* last Contractors may construct City AttorneyJames r

,, Thursday afternoon with frame homes within the cityIf
.. three members and attorney adequate foundations are H. Tucker, Bunnell,
.. present. Since one of the ,provided.. and.. wiring.. and was appointed City Attorneyfor !
board ,members had publicly Beach 4.1
plumbing are installed. Plans Flagler by a
questioned the reliability of smist meet' these requirements vote at the city's meeting

the report submitted by. the before c*, permit can be issuedat Thursday night. Tucker's salary
school board architect on' the city halL The commissioners was set at $3000 per year -

proposed moving of ,the class. : Instruct City' Attorney plus additional charges submitted
rooms from Carver to Bunnell Charles Tindell to revise the for services in excessof

: High School campus, 'It was city's building code to include normal. municipal func

: decided to authorize Superin these.. proposals.. wheat ..they tions.
'.. tendent James: Craig to em. met Monday night. It' was The commission also:
ploy the service of Ed Snead, L--
m. agreed the buildings must be APPOINTED Earl D. Cald-
.
Daytona Beach architect, to
completed b fore' -
ocruirancv.
well Beach businessman
fry Flagler
r review the feasibility of the { ....In. other., action, Monday, Municipal Judge. The
proposed ,program. H.> 5 night the commission: conducts two court
City Judge
The board their members present _nmn'n_,.___,.. ____ ,n..__, m ._........n... ..................... ......._......._....._ .AGREED to write Congressmen .. sessions per month and receives ..
expressed' feelings that
they had relied upon professional Oceanshore Realty Associates. ,Is,, a... new real estate' firm recently Administration.requesting Hospital a Veterans, for $15 for each session.

t advice of an architect, :, opened at Flagler Beach. The, attractive office which had Flagler County. The Flagler HEARD Gene Holly CQunty

t but, since there was still some ,been ,redecorated inside and' outside Is In ::the center of town County Commission offered a Sanitation Officer, recommendthe

questions In peoples minds It across. from the municipal pier. .> parcel of land, at Bunnell Airport facility provided for cleaning -
would be better to have an Don Moore, who has been a real, estate broker for 17 years, tor'thepI'oposedfacIUty.; fish at the Municipal Pier
additional survey made before and Charles Trad native has AUTHORIZED 'be moved farther out near the _
: a Flagler CoUntianjwho. been ac- city workers
,end of the pier to keep the
:
; going further
with
,plans tive in real, estate in Daytona Beach several years."are partnersin to begin mosquito fogging operations
beach cleaner. also
Holly
to move the buildings. recommended
Oceanshore Associates. 'Ernest Provjgh retired Cal' twice weekly.ANNOUNCED .
.' The superintendent Realty: a a pot type sink be
. reported ifornia realtor who registered In Florida,as real estate sales* Us: .Men's
a
1 that he was approaching the .. Softball.. would lights at corners of N. Cen-
r deadline for filing man:, is an associate of'the firm. League use per week.
application the., field
,. for, federal _funds in the tjfe They have opened .a, branch office ait thefMurdock/ Building,, Thursdays city Women's Mondays League and; action but asked the Pier

amount, of about' $50,000 to be .;:\>on_North A1A in the .Hammock. They have exclusive selling Tuesdays.. and... Carver,. team 'Committee to study the recommendations. -

used ,In .the next year school rights on Dcauvllle Beach Subdivision opposite. Washington# Wednesday, .. .'
program. -,OJ, i
"Amonig other things," F.,'B.. TAXPAYERS' + recreation monies for life' ;
"' ; Craig said, "this money Is TO,ELECT"OFFICERSIdODAY : guard salaries as recommended ,'
Used to pay the salaries: of :_NIGHT, ; by the Flagler County Re-
federal coordinator (Miss Cella 'creation. Advisory Council.

). Joyce .Emery). and four 'n:e.; TJagler: Beach,Taxpayers ACCEPTED (the'.$3,370.88 bid.
,, ., teachers". :Association. :will elect offi of Southeast Materials to
I'\\The Board agreed to:file.application cerswhen they meet Monday. furnish material for the N.
on,the,basis of plansto < j: -' : night May 26. The public 11th Street water extension.
comply'' with HEW. guide. ... i meeting:is.slated at 73O; -p..m. AGREED
'to contact the
,;
lines. *: i5 ,In,th ,'FlagIer?B 1-5 -_a i 4 '.Recreation-,Hail_)All, taxpayers -. County Commission for assistance
in opening S. Flagler
.t ry. N t .are urged'attend, accardiftg -
G.OUTJ\r': / xtc Paesloent, ,. H. R.Alsi'sfon'theagenda Aye., Second St. and Third ,St. .".
/ to Moody: ,Blvd..after hearingthe ,
>StHimfofj: .' "----- 'I
BHS vcw&/ -
> GYM TODAYc [ street opening request"from "
: Is dlscussl6rtof
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' / H. W E. J.
.' ,The : the !'Flagler Beach : Peavy'and
Cfescenl/ City High 'l .- Chaffee.
School will present a "Sing. .:: ElementarysSchool ,closing
Out" ..' AUTHORIZED City Com
r at Bunnell High School Hunt said. ,
; Gym this.afternoon at 1 m. missioner Elfie Goodwin to
p.
About seventy students from DEAcH"LlONS" promote lot cleaning within ;.
.
f t "
.' Crescent City will participate .. TO INSTALL. the city. :
> The "Sing-Out" 'was organ-, 'S .J} I JUNE 9Plans VOTED to Install street
I Jzed by Mrs. Beth.Fletcher: .,. .. for the Flagler Beach lights at corners of N. Central .
several months ago and they Lions Installatloh Dinner June. and N. 21st street and N.

'.. have made two,' public per.. 'VOLUSIA DEPUTY TELLS OF DRUG. ,ABUSE 9 at,6:30: p. m. at Bunnell CivIc .' Central and N, 17th sts.
formances. Supervising Center VOTED 3-2 to set the mini.
Prin were completed at 'a ,
Jim Jones Volusia of
County Deputy Sheriff and member
cipal Coy G. Harris will escort Board of Directors meeting mum yard setback of 5 feet
# the group.FLACLER. the 'Narcotics Task., Force, left, showed 'various drugs and told? Monday night. Jack Petit was for all lots regardless of, di
I of their effects, symptoms to look for In drug Users and dangerso named chairman of the annual mensions.

HEALTH >', drugs, at the' League of Small Municipalities dinner Thurs. event. AGREED that Police Chief

.; I' 'day night at the Bunnell Civic Center. He was assisted by Sgt. New officers to .be installedare James Brown, who is hospital.

:: FUNDS SAFE Joseph Muffoletto, right of the Daytona Beach ''Police Dept. President, .Jack Abbott; ized, should receive one week
Flagler County Sheriff Edmonson ,examines, one of the drugs First Vice President Charles salary and vacation pay and
The office of
Representative
"'M'. displayed. Wendlandt; Second Vice President set .the salary of acting Police
: Jim Glisson Tallahassee has
,
Robert Law; Third Vice Chief Charles Robson at $100
that the House
Bill
reported
of and Herbert President Floyd Hurl; Secretary per week.
which would have greatly. PROCLAMATION City Bunnell, ,
Fuller, Mayor of City of Flag. Keene' Gurnee; Treasurer APPROVED repairs for the
duced
/the Flagler Health Department : -
funds for the next WII REAS: our Communitieshave ler Beach, do hereby proclaim Paul Burge; Talltwlster, municipal pier at a cost of

year has been killed in com a continuing sense.,of May 24 as Disabled AmericanVeteran's 'Tamer Jack Strickland; and Lion $600.
mittee. gratitude to those, disabled Forget-Me-Not Day Andrew Jansic.
veterans who did so'much to and the suport ''of all
urge
The House bill had provided .
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keep our of life intact;;
for per capita distribution of way citizens, interested groups and
federal and state ''funds for and: organizations for that day.
health departments. It was' WHEREAS, the DAV has IN WITNESS WHEREOF,.We .,

h { another attempt to. :reduce worked exclusively for the have hereunto set our hands t: a {
. I state funds'' now' being received welfare of our disabled veter and caused the great' seal,of
" { : ,..:, by small counties.' an's'and the Cities to be affixed. .
WHEREAS, the ,Jim Booe /s/ Herbert Fuller
i ; !Chapter No. 86 of the Disabled Mayor

.' MRS..1 WATSON .AF' ,American Veterans' has ,been 5sHubert Pellicer TJ' :
established to on this J* 1!! '
4 INSTALLED. F. B. carry Mayor !w ..? :
... ': r Work in our community; and (SEAL)

.. ; PTA II' PRESIDENT WHEREAS, the DAV offers -, :
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.
Jo'
. '. *Mrs.'Kathy Watson was 'Installed a free :service' to disabled OES FRIENDSHIP (
;
... President of ,,Flagler veterans and their families in .. r A
/ '. Beach ,Parent Teachers Association filing, claims for government NIGHT MAY 27 ; 7F1
4', Monday night. Mrs. benefits and 'also oJ assists In
:" ;'" Bill Cummins was the Install- Job.".4hospltal; employment,, Order Eastern Star ChapterNo.
93 will have Friendship
and other disabled veterans
ing'officer.. 1
Other officers Installed Were .problems. ;' andWHEREAS Night Tuesday, May 27 at 8 '
Mrs. Farris McGee; vice presIdenU '-, the DAV meets, p. m. in the, Masonic Hall, Bay 'LI :

,, Mrs. Glenn Chase, sect emergency ,situations which St., Bunnell., }'." :? ,,
I, retary and,.Mrs.. Clyde Duen- may"arise in the'family, of a !..;. .-.., '

.: : sing; Jr., treasurer. ,disabled veteran- ; and TIDE TABLE, ;' r rTidea' :
.-: r 4t :' A musical program was pre) WHEREAS, the Disabled 'For'
At. May 2228.HIGH
'-..e .. 8 members ,of the, 'American Veterans has chosen .
,: ;.; ; : sented by .. ; ., LOW
,": firs. ; F'''";school' band,_ :(dlrecjedifl;,by .:" .Mar'2419' 39 ,for. its annual. 5
.
Thomas Odadzin, bandmaster F" 'tg t.M .Noto; campaign, In. t Day'A.M: : P.M. A.M P.l\L. '

Mrs. Barbara Hardlm's sec:;- this' community, and announced \' 22" ,,12:01.: 1224.; '6':06.: 6:00:. '
,': ond grade; "won the 'room that all funds''contributed '- 23. 12.42 1:12 6:54.: .7:06: Photo'by moo Q.H.ln: "
.,. J JUNE:'HAS BEEN DESIGNATED "BOOK_DRIVE MONTH" by
count. : will be utilized for 24'' 1:30 ,2:06: ; 7:48. 8:06:
# Following{ '' thebusiness, .disabled.. veterans in., '. thiscommunity 25"1' 2f.Z4 3:00.: 8:36:1 9:06: ,, the,Bunnell city'\Commission in an effort to obtain additional
..... **, books for the at the civic center. Anyone wishing
meeting refreshments were 26 311B 3:54': 9:30 10:06: city's library ,
served by the seventh '''grade NOW THEREFORE, We. Hue 27 4:12: 4:48: 10:18..11:00 to donate books should contact the City Clerk.' AH books will

room mothers.: bert Pellicer, Mayor of the 28 5:06: 5:42: ,,11:06: 11:54:. be appreciated, paperbacks and bound of any category. ;

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QJlje 3Tla0lrr QTrUmneINCORPORATED Entered as second class matter THURS.. MAY 22. )969 2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE

February 6. 1913. at the post-
BU1VNRI.L. FLORIDA. office at Bunnell. Florida under

JOHN A. CLEOO.Editor Act of March 3. 1876. C I ai C" E < U. S. D. A. CHOICE ,

and Publisher,. 10e Per Copy
BKTTB, 8.Newa. McDANIEL OB. Year yjio psawIMa, Slea
Cube
Editor Sis Month +*.anOatalde

..liraated ae.paper'for ,all Flakier Ceuat7 .
Legal Advertl.las ...00 Per Year .
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EDITORIAL, lb. 9S

NOW IS THE TIME .

Like all of you who read the papers and watch television, "
we knew that the use of drugs was a terrible affliction upon U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"

the We youth, knew of our that country.the schools showed films on harmful use of BOTTOM ROIND 9a
lb.
drugs. And, we knew that several Informative programs had ROAST

been sponsored by civic organizations at Flagler Beach to alert or RUMP .
citizenry on drug abuses.

But, we always concluded that it couldn't happen 'here. We U. S. D. A. CHOICEROUND ;
were complacent in the belief that we live in quiet, peaceful y '-
little communities where our youth might become involved in a 1 lb $-09
bit of innocent mischief; but, surely, they would never be expos. STEAK
ed to the dreaded dangers of narcotics

Then, last Thursday evening we attended, the League of
Small Municipalities which met in Bunnell and heard the Copland's SMOKED SHOULDER HALF OR WHOLE
program which was arranged by Sheriff P. A. Edmonson featuring .
a Volusla County Deputy Sheriff and a Daytona Beach

Police, Sergeant PICNICS 1b 43$
First, they showed ,us the .Stuff" and told us how easily
It ,could be obbtained. They showed us how it was used. And, .

then, they related the tragic effects on our youth. .'
By this time we were impressed even more so of the hor-
rors of narcotic addiction. But we'still. felt that it was far removed ...
from our fine youth. Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB Lean Western ""

Until, they told us that Daytona Beach was considered the SMOKED BACON ,
drug haven of the southeast. Within twenty' miles of us'was a I PORK STEADS
city contaminated with drug pushers. And, that nearly half of lb. SSe lb. "

the children of !the Daytona Beach high schools experimentedwith SLICED FREE Sge
some form of drug from glue sniffing to LSD.

Then to clinch the matter, they told us that arrests had
Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D "SPLIT"BROILERS "
been made in, the small towns such as Lake Helen and Orange ,
City. And, they had information on drug use in Flagler County.By .

this time we were quite 'alarmed.' It could happen here -
in our quiet little communities. And, I am sure that no parent Ib.LEAN 37t
would suspect that,their son or daughter could be involved. We 1
Just don't raise our children that way in Flagler County.. .
.
But, we, like other parents are so indulgent of our ,children -
and often careless about; keeping up with where they go
and what they do with what their problems are and even fail '

to provide adequate wholesome recreation that we just mightbe I! SPARE RIBS Ib. 581 l
communities of "sitting ducks" for drug problems and not WESTERN :
even know it until it is too late

Smoking is a habit often acquired by youth that takes 10
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years off their lives and sometimes causes lung cancer. Drink.
.. ing may become a habit that causes social, economic and domestic TOMATOES 7 For 1 $:[ MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

problems. IIV' ,
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But the use of drugs can not only lead to incurable,addiction Kraft Quart Jar ,: ', ,
< ,but often causes'sudden death, blindness,:, brain, damageand ,E- .,
other vital organ defects. And, the youth can become so MAYONNAISE 5ge
Innocently,involved that they hardly realize what is happening.It 1: &; .47'e

is not possible here to go into details about the sourcesof Martha White'Ass't.. Flavors) ,

drugs effects, symptoms or dangers, or even, to alert parentson CAKE :MIXES 3"For' Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
what to look for. But, civic clubs would be wise to arrange, 890 .
all with this information Sheriff
programs to acquaint parents '
Kraft (Ass't. Flavors
Apple: )
Edmonson will see that programs can ''be arranged.
This is not something that might happen next year or the JELLY 3' 18 oz. rs..roo Joe Crain's Grade "A"
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next. It is,something that is facing us now. It is not somethingthe SMALL
law' can handle alone. It is something !that alert and informed ,Ass't. Flavors 12 oz. Can /v. EGGS
parents can prevent. t"; 1 ,, Ea. .
,'. I RITZ DRINKS 7
John A. Clegg e Doz
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: JAII HEIN ,
COMPLETESPRINTING DIXIE CRYSTAL .4, 0
The Editor
<, COURSE
:
Flagler Tribune Jail M. Hein, Bunnell has SUGAR .......
Bunnejl., Florida : FROZEN
completed a two year programin FOODS .:...-
I r" Dear Sir: printing at DBJCS Mary .
;, A letter to the Editor signed Karl School of Applied Sci t lb. 9'e- Frosty Acres "SLICED" 10 oz. Pk g.
i by Mrs. Dolores Counts ences. Bag. STRAW For
f: that appeared in the Tribune Jail, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Limit 1 with $5.00 or:'more food order BERRIES 2 49.EBird's
,April 24 has just come to our Theo C. Hein Flagler Beach, .. .
,, attention.We attended Bunnell High School. h ii MHMMMIKBi MH I HH E e. Pint Carton
would like to thank He is presently employed with '
: Mrs. Counts ,for her compIl. they lagler Tribune. FRESH PRODUCE COOL WHIP Each 29c.
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mentary comments about
.4',. Lieutenant Wayne Edwards, JERRY DAVIS I Crisp HEAD M .
3: Superintendent ,of Flagler RECEIVES AWARD
Beach State Park. AT DBJC .. LETTUCE S ; ,2'-49e ;
We, share her' high regardfor Jerry Davis, Flagler Beach,' Fresh BAKE- JTE _
Lieutenant Edwards and v received the Electronics Outstanding No.1 J ,
;; think the neat appearance of Academic Achieve-' .
"' (the park is due a great deal to ment Award'at Mary Karl CUKES ,. Z'ISe: o lb. ? .
his hard work and ready en- School of Applied Sciences at .. ? "
thusiasm. DBJC. Mr. Davis has com plot-, Tender Sweet J Tin tJM .
Within the past few years, ed one year of the two year : For "
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h Flagler Beach has become one course. CORN '\A '" 4 29Cumt 1 with $5.00 '
; of the State's most popular .' ,, or more food order. ', ,
parks. Its potential is unllm.j MRS TINGLEY '. ,
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ited., We appreciate ,the support PASSED AWAY'WEDNESDAY &?
the park has received '
from local residents 'In the Mrs. Esta.Tingley 89, mother -
; past and look to friends such : of Floyd Tingley, Bunnell
r. as Mrs. Counts for guidancein passed away Wednesday May ,
the future. 14 at her home in South VIenna 1 '
We hope all area residents Ohio after a lengthy RODGERS
447 "' will visit the park often and illness. .n
will find the same pleasant Other survivors Include a I Il

, experiences Mrs.., Counts, relates. son; (five daughters; 12 grand. ill ..
.Ji-- ',. children; and 29 great.grand.. : ,.:
,.< !( Very sincerely,yours children- i l ,:
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: ': Mr. Tingley attended the OPEN '. '. A :..l ,
k:...,r*,. : N. E. "Bill"'Miller"' ,SUNDAYS 1 ,
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'r.j ,,, TO' ," services Saturday at., ,,437 7
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; ':; ," Director w'.jt!! ternoon at South Vienna. 3sOOa.m.-1OO p.m. '- __ _4_ ._
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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE ':THUH3.. |(AY 22. 1969 s T Is Ae.


i I NOTICE' OF TAX SALE Lot. 5-6 block 125 M.ej' H'--A-Sallle" .... 11V.9II.84

Lots 9-10 block 135_..
i London Ed & Annie
I TO THE Notice I. hereby given that on the 21th day of May 1989. at 12 o'clock Bell 1.43
LETTERS noon). at the Flalrler County Courthouse at Bunned. County of o'lag Lot. 11-12 block 125 Long w7'i.-- :: .95
Ii T Ier. tate of Florida tax sale c.rUCIcateill be sold 'OD the followng Lots 7-8 block 129 Allen John Henry Jr. A
described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set oppo- Beaulah MaeParramore __ 27.66 '
site.,the name together with all costs of such sale and advertising. Lot 3 block 129.._.._.. Mae 3.38
Lots 4-5-6 block 129 Spearman Lonnie Mae
i LETTER TO EDITOR I DALE B. BROWN JR., Tax collector Flagler County. Florida Lot 2 blk. 130 .-._.. White Sam ..,. 3.0.92
THE : Lots 11-12 blk. 130... I i I ,, Griffin VictoriaGodwin .85
8 T n Ale.E4 Lot 8 blk 130 '
Dear Sir. of NE%__._._ 20 10 II .0 Six T Ranch 10..<<'.",-- 13.51 Lot 10 blk 130 Jones Roosevelt K. C. & A Bertha Cora 26.96.89!
That part North R. R. Lot 4 blk 130 :: Davis Beauty Grlsby

I have followed with Interest :ft tar ; W4 t 'i4 e Georgia _-- ,_ 5.01
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Lot 3 blk 130 ,,.___...
o of. London d A Lucy....... 13.22: I
your fine editorials In the u. n. ......._...h.h 21 10 28 380 Six T Ranch Inc.-. ,_. 78.22 BWI of lot 5-6 blk ., "

and have All ._.. ........._.... ,?'Six :f: !inc. 206.63All 130 _._..______.--.. 'I. Nelson Beatrice __ 1.43
Flagler Tribune .._....._.._..__.,__ _. n 19 II :U Six Ranch Inc.:::::.= 66.46All : SWH of lot 1-8 blk '_.

,wanted to write to you for that_ '24 10 as 'GalS' Six T.nanchInc.:.___ .. 358.51 Jt3"Osw.......... Godwin K. C.._....._..,,.,_ 5.71
AI portion north % of n
t, some time. of FEC Railway..... 28 10 21 400 lUx T Ra'nch'lrit- ..... ,. 43.27 lots 11-12 blk 131. Daniels Ella Louise_ 1.58

am the owner of an ocean Part lying north of Lot 1 blk 131Part -._._.._... Hubbert Eaten 4.41
R. IR, 8W't o1. of lot 4 deedbook
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I'I'I lot In the heart of Flag- SW% ___-..' 21 '10 28.. h4 Six T Ranch Inc_ 48.2' 34 page 140 -

Beach. I purchased this lot E4 of NW'/a &: W i blk 137 Jones C. L. .. _?__. 2.08
(h of NE'ya _____ 31' 10' 28,180 Six T Ranch -lnc.___ 108.98 Blocks 139-140 ____ Cobb Wllda __,_.___ 29.57
years 'ago because my W; U 300., SIX': Ranch Inc._.__.__ 166.95E4ofSWy4ofNW The SW 50 feet of I 'J
L I wife and I fell In love with .10.2&; ) lots 5-6 block 141 & 9r... r ,
3/a ._.__.,_.__ U '11 2S 20,: Six /toT Ranch Inc.-.,,..,,. ., 14.66 the northeast 65 ft. P ..' '.' .'
fine beaches and fishing ,
; your All fraction except ,. : of lots 6-6 & all f. ,;:;: ; "
'11;+ faculties. We bought It as an ., book 4 page f lots 1-8 block 149... Cobb D. H. & Wilda._ 205.02
Investment and seriously considered ?691 21 12 21' 13.38 Thomas D. Dyer._. 118.98 All block 141 except ;1" .
/- NW'a except south 15 1 the S. W. 6io of ,lots
I. working towards retirement acres of 8E'4 13 29 145 Bertha n. T..-t_..._ 160.54 5-6 & all 149 \?' ;"
.,. : W 3f of WI Of BWI4 4 12 29! 10 Bertha Robert! T._._ 1154.91 except lots 7-8 & -- I '
there. Part of SE OF SW the NE 56 of lots I I
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? 5-6 & all blk. 150 ; r '
In 4 O. R. Book 12 / ,.
Interest 0 /f
Along
.. with my page 'n ,_. ..__:_ ,_ ,5" 12 2t 1.021 Bertha Robert &: except RW of : I ) .
'Flagler Beach, there was also Jeanette B ._-;.__._ 51.58 US No.1& S. R. a "

," that of my two brothers and E4 of SE% &: BW"&, ?,. No." 100 04: Cobb . H. &: Wild...... 125.02

I. of SEy4 &: B% of I Northeast 65 of lots '.' .;
UfeiT'Wtws\ dtw4wlikel34 JJ NW% of 8E4 ex- 3.4.5.6 & all lots : '' :+: ( .

dates for purchase of properties cept 0. R. book 8 .. ? u 7-8-9-10 blk. 151_... "'J.( + Cobb Wllda _... 63.35
built Qr pages oiUSE .242 ,. Lots 11-12 blk. 160_ Brown Willie Clide .
either already part o i ';" ::'".. .Lot, 7 blk 161 "' Pouncey F. J. and Elizabeth -
which they would build 8w0. R. book 13 er --.,... 30.69
on 678 except .Lot 10 blk. 165 ___ Thomas Chester &
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their homes. Subsequent" Visits book 12 Dage 6' 12, zt, 151.98 Bertha Thomas ___ 319.19 Rosa 3.96

on our trips to ''Florida, dampened W;. of NWr/a ..._. _a.. 10 12 29 80 Cobb Wlld ,.,..,..___ 260.60 Lot 12 blok 166 __ ... 1 James & Pur.-

their enthusiasm and Block Block U all all =::=:::: 21 22 12 12' n ::8 Cobb Cobb' E: U:, =:=== 76.10 84.69: Lot 3 except R/W '; i Ity' 1.47

mine to the point of, complete Tract 1 Block 14 __ 22 12 2' 20 Cobb D. H '.___...:.-. 31.71 U. 8. No. 1 blk 167 .f, ; ;u !. Ezell Italian ... ... .... .., 30.59
Tract 1 Block 1.....__ 28 12 29! 10 Holland Flora' ____ 21.1 .Lot 4 except R> WI''is '
discouragement. U. 8. No. 1 blk 167 :; ', :; Ezell Italian ----- 1.45
JOHNS PARK Lot 6 & NW% of lot f, .
the ST. ADDITION
: Some conversation With 6 blk 168 _. ..._ ..... ,i''f{ Benefore Willie Mae._ 32.88

townspeople indicated a lack Lot 2 Block 5...____ 30 12 29 Secord B. B. .,.......__.._.._..1.26. SW 95 ft. of lot 9 _
their own bet- Blocks 1 &: 2.._._.._.., 34 13 2' 80 Boyett Gaston W. et al 40.78 blk 169! .._.--.__ Mitchell Randall &-
of interest In Block 1 aU ....__.._.._. 34 12 29 40 Boyett Gaston \V. et al 14.8' Blrda __ __ __ ... _..... 2.07
terment ond a "laissez faire Tracts 1-3 Block 8.... 34 12 39! 30. Boyett Gaston W., et al 13.33 Lots 5-6 & SW 95 ft. ., +
7-8 blk 179 _
lot Cobb
Wllda
15-16 44.74
A visit to Venice Blocks except
attitude. Tract 2 of Block Lot 3 except the southerly :
Park In which I was trying to 15 & all-Blocks 9.10 34 12 Z9 Boyett Gaston; et al 12.70 40 feet of
and other Tract 2 Block 14 ___ ,,2 13 lb Berrll Thomas. 7,348E'a northwesterly 80 ,
,interest my brothers ...----.--....-:: '32 13 23: 160 Fhlgpin Winifred& feet blk. .258 _..... Osborn Orenson & Liz-
friends, (about three years Jonee, Nellie _.... 91.50 sir 1t.--- '6.30
The streets E of E',; less road That part of tracts
ago), was a shock. n/w _._______---. 4 14 29 150.5 Seibert Y., Ret al__ 69.04 3-6 north of Moody I'
were unpaved, dusty and dlr- Blvd. except book _' ._
had already 1tleQ,UEEN'S PARK 38 page 91 & book .
ty. The new' houses Lot 22 Block 2_ Self H. G. _____ 24.42 61 page 172 blk. C 11 '12'. '30 4.58 Bratcher Carl & Char-

taken' on the same ..... lotto 3.99
drab k. There CUES-UON-A.CK SUB. Part of tract 18 book ..
dusty, dirty
Lots 1-2 blk. 8 :Ulllandale Plantation. 19 page 667 blk C.... 11' '12" 30 0.25 Williams Sam & Carrie 1.55
were no, shrubs' planted, no Inc. '--.--- .--- 1.03 .Part of tract 3 book .
nice green lawns. : 150. ot lot ; : 52 page 387 blk D 11 12 30 0.17 Wilkerson Robert L.

flowers, no Westerly 9 ..._.. ._... Hlllandale Plantation. & Kassolyne .,,, 39.47
Some of them were in dire Inc. _.__....:..........:.,..... 8.24 Blk B part Of tract **' -
of Ihave Book 19 281 part 8 O.R. book 15 page i '? .
'need of s never seen a new development Book 19 282 part LINCOLN HEGnTS
S down-hill" at such of tag 21 10 30 18.03 George L. .T,,. _.._._._ 8.90
I go page 283 Lot 5 blk 2 ._ s Raker Wallie ._ 3.36
Book 19 part. r "
: a rapid rate. These' 'property, of NE'/ __.__._. 21 10 30 13.14 George L. J. ..._.,._ 6.90 Lot 3-4 blk 3...__ Benford Willie Mae, .... 3.90
destroying their NW'a _____._.. 10 11 3,0 160 .Jernigan, W. .A..___ 50.53 Lots 5-7-8-9 blk 3__ Benford Willie Mae__ 42.88
: owners are Lot 10 blk S Benford Willie Mae &

own assets and committing BAXLEY SUB Bertha ...---:__ 3.96
Lot 9 blk 4. Brown Willie __ .
? What ___......__ Grogan. Dorothy _. 8.09I.ot. Cllde 3.36
economic suicide. Why Lots 1 &: 2 Lot 5 blk 4 Lee Jerry :M. &
.._.. .... Baxley Catherine ...... Gladys 13.42
2s This 11-30 ..... 1.80 Lot 7-8 blk 4 -_ Bass Willie ClIde_
l 2 are the .implications? Lots 19 __.____ Robinson James 'J. .& Lot 6 blk 4' Brown Sam & Mamie, ... .91S.18
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area which was Just develop. 1.55
: Lot 12 ............_.. _......_. Irvin Sa..i.: Lorraine 35.85 CARVER SUBDIVISION
ing when I purchased my Lot 10 .. Atlas Mortgage Co._ 27.38 Lots 15-16 blk 1._ Stubbs Morell .. .95

property, looked highly prom. Lot 13 ; ,,, ,,, .' Giddens Essle; Mae--- 3.38 Lots il0B block 1._..... Brown Willie C.*_...__ 7.03
.. Part % of NEa'
Lot 5 .;J Thomas Pearl Lee.._ 16.26
ising :at that time. Lot 26 .......... ... ... .... .: '+"'' 'Robinson Bylyester..__ .. 31.81 book 57 page 17....-. 16 12 30 0.24 Corbitt MaryLof ........._.,. 1.59
_....... .81 Part of tract 27 O. R.
If the property owners refuse fart t.of NW'4 of NE; .*. ,book 14 page ,356.. -L ', -.-_ .... .., ... I
to improve these dilapidated is book 66 page: ''H blk C.-..._- 15 12 30. 1 Wimberly James R- 7.20

buildings, the City 469 ._____J 31 11..30 ..Washington' Clarify & DUNNE.I.I. OMESITES SUD '
,.. Willie Jr .._. _.
t 2.62 14 blk 4.. : .. Underwood Joe & .An
Commission should take adVantage "
Part. of NW% of NE
of the power of condemnation & geOi9r. book 6 Tract 2 blk B .... 16 12 '30 10 English George MTOWJT ._ 164.76.
-_. ... .._... 31 11 30 1.0' Harris Lafayette A
for the public interest I Ruthie ______._ 15.81
Part of NW% of NE "Y'r"" OW DUPONT .
'
It's the first impression
30l0.53 Olddens, .
% book 68 11 ; Frank..E..I99'34" --
Rag..aOS31 Lots :r-4.1)-'T-S-10-11
.
atfeotithe-' 'traveler "
that on Part of SE" fE 'r '. : t.. except R/W of U. 8.IIwv. ,
AlA 'as he through % R. b ook No. 1 blk 57
passes Miller C. M. .
333 __ 31' 11 : SO 2.82 Mickens Clayborn 32.13
.
page Lot 10 blk 112 ... ..,_
Beach and believe me _'_.._ ..... ., e Irma 1.80
Flagler Margaret ...._.. 8.83 Book 42 page 202 ___ Miller C. M. .94
it: is very bad. Part of NW% of NE Tract 5 blk C _.-_.. 27 12 30 10 Ackley H. R. 7.34.
% O. R. book 22 / .NH of BE ,.
Keep up your good work and page 16 -.. 31 11. 38 0.23 Stanley Otis :II & Jlmmle NThcoL1 o7 NEW. ex
Lee ., 3.12lre024r cept O. R. book 18
editorials. Perhaps ,--" -
enlightening Part of NW%' of NE page 387 __.. 24 14. 30 75 Hull Ollie _._._.,_., 24.14 ,
the "light" will shine % book 1 Book 11 page 513 part 8/

through and soon', Flagler .... 31 KNOX"( 11 JONES 30 "( .09 Plummer SUB Lena. Mae.- .....?,. 39.06 .of lot 4 _..._........_. 17 10 31 10 Tyne.T..T. .....,..,.._.._.._, 82.43. .

Beach will begin move UA..JUNELAfD ACRES SUD
fo Lots 6-7 'block C Braddock J.,/T',.......,,.,....,.,.,. .97 Lot 6 blk 2-. .. McLachlan
ahead. This movement should Lot 2 block E Favors Hugh ..._.__.._... 29.06 JOHNSON1"( BEACH SUOWheeler Fred S. 8.74.

have started a long time ago Lot 6 7 block block E E-:== ,'I Wilson Olddens,Z.Florence W, A Rosa= 61.16Lot 3.90: Lot 20 blk 1 ._ _..._... Wooda H. Jr.

because of Its priceless natural Lot 9 block E __ Jackson Willie __- 26.63 'A Delore. ... ._......___, 6.53
assets. Lot 8 block E :..-.- Glddens Frank ___.. 46.24 Lot 22 blk 1. Hesslnger John _- 5.60 .
Lot 1 blk 2 ,Hessinger Etta _____ 48.36
Lot 15 block E Grlddlck Alma & Lot 19 blk 7.._. ... ,,...
,; The County needs more men Greene. Luvolna _.___. 3.76 Cosmo V. J. ..___,...,._.., 30.37DUPONT
like who E6 of lot 16 block E Mickens Clayborn & ESTATES
yourself are intelligent II !It"J\' -.______ 21.99 SUB

and dedicated to their Lot 12 block E '. Phillips Louis _..._.._. 3.90 38/ .
Lots 4-5 block F 4 ", ;, Roblneon.Katherine. 18 .. 37 10
community. Good luck. .. Lot --- 31 3.65 Dupont George E. 18.25
: et al _*": ._....:_.. "..., .._" 1.44: .
I Lot 3 block F Thomas Richard Jr.:_... 3.90: RESUD DUP l'fT' ESTATES : 1, ,,'
! Sincerely Lot 2 block F _. _,._. \ Butler James & Minnie 23.49 SUB ;
"r 1 Lots 8-9 block F...._ "I. Longwood Gaines & 3722./ ,
Michael J. .Mo tolesc' 1.58 Tract ,2_-._ ,1 31 -5 p pont George E. 10.04
l' loOts 12.13 block F.... Irvin Dock"Corde"fiTaJernigan i .90 3/ ,
N. Y. WI of' of, NE The southerly 59.20 ft '
',, Kingston, NWtt of 27 _.____.. v
4. -_:--------- 34 11 30 210 W. A. _._' 9.73 tract 38 10 31 0.35 Reynolds Frank Allen
, 'Tract 3 block 9 J. M. & Laura L. ..,-.,.:_,.,_, 75.16
V' Ed. Note: We are happy toIl Tract 1. block 1:-.:::::: : II Ig 8 ll Randolph. J. AYonkers .=:== 7.34 1.80: ORANT"( TO HERNANDEZ .

that things appear to Tract 2 block 7. ,.:._ 1 12 30 10 George P._ 1.80
,! report Tract: 3 b i 12 Ig 18 Pearson E. T. Mrs.___.. 1.80 Book 58 page 4_ 40 10 31 18.13 W. '
have taken a ,change for the Tract 2 roCc1::::: 1 Lee Dallas E.: ._.. &57.96: Davies.fe Grant Hamllton L. & Ava. __ 95.87 "

.;rt better at Flagler Beach. The TOWN OF DUNNELL"Lots

streets you mention havebeen 2- -4 block 69_ McCall James Luther.., ,123.58 SECOND ADDITION TO JOHNSON"( BEACH ;
; blk __,.,,. .
Lots 3.4 88 .
11:i'' paved. Parrish .Robert.......,......-&....Eve-.?.jr..1 5.55 Lot 1 blk 17.._........... Mitchell Cyril & Iris-. .' 4.58&
During''' the past several Lots 6+-6 block 89.,__. Kennedy Annie Mae...... 47.69. : OR. book 22 page '59._ 40 10. 31 0.14 Smith John Rolland 4fe.
t The northwesterly 60 Syble Lucllle.._____ 8.90
mQnths there has been a feet of lot 10 block I..

. cleanup campaign at .FJagler 89 __.__.._ Jones Issac ..._._....-__ 2.12 FIRST ADDITION: TO JOHNSON DBACU
. Lot 9 block 89 Lot 20 blk 9.
Southern Holding op. s.96 << Cyril F. .&
Beach. Many properties .have Lots 7-8 block 91=__ .' Hubbert Eaten A Hen Mitchell! ...

I. ", had,a face lifting ant J you get rietta ___ 46.73 Lot 8 blk 9 .... -....._ Gibson Marvin! _..,..,.- 6.56 6.10
Lots '-10 block 91... ; Willis Brown Jr...;.....-.;. .96
, .: Impression that things, are on Lots 3.4 block 91....... ,. Emanuel Joel & Elisabeth Lot 13 blk 10.. Howell Charles .a;
:' ;: the move there." .llf1j"I f -.. 29.66 Lotr,19; ,blk 11... _.,..,. Young Gerald N.&
Lots 5-6 block 91 ,_.... r f'$1'$ ? \ Jones Arthur. Ranle 1 Margaret C. .. .,.. ._ Los
We took a drive around the Lot 25 blk 12 _
, Mae'- .. 2 :.nNl.2 Baxter Ravlnell D. Jr.
residential area of FlaglerBeach NH of lots 5-6 block ;;:' !I" & Doretta ,. 4.48
".. : Golden Mildred ......- 1.51 Lots. 13-14 blk 12_ Wild Lois M-i. !..'_.... 16.04
and were/pjeased) to seethe "p1 lots 72-.b ',.' :) : O.' II, book 5 page 533 40 18n 0.13 Osteen JR. L. B 31.32
many well kept homes, 93 'S1f.. :'j' Murray Mercedes ,_ 2.12 O. R. book 9 page 432 40 0,33; Smith Edna "R 1ttY.

NEH of lots 11-12" 1" iT&r :" Knoblauch S...... .. 28.45
I green lawns .and trimmed. block.. 93 ___._ '.\\11"-:. Davis Eliza. __.-..... ._, 1.57: O.. R book 18 page 415pages 40 10 31' 0.16 Porter leA.Lee -A *
shrubbery. C SWH' of lots' 11-1 1 7'I't' ,. ..; Sophronlca -? 8.88
O. It. book
8
l block 93 Emanuel Hazel ... _... .
JAG : Lots, 11-12 block .97-_ '. ; O'Nell C. B. A LottieW. ; 1.47 622 & 524, ......._?_.... '40 10 31 0.48 Israel Ben J. Jr. & E1U-
.
-' beth
t-- .. '11.18 O. R. book 14 63.38.
Blocks 102103113.ro;: ... pages
r. '
". 79-81, --I-_, .,-, .. 40 10 31 0.61 Israel Ben :
Gallon Latex''' $5.75 114 Cobb H. 8. A Wlld8 ? ? + J. Sr. & Elizabeth -
3 Lots 1-3-11-12 block ,., :M.
I 1 18.16
Free Choice ..f TO C7.r 115 --_ Lawton w. :f.."."&' Barb- : .
, Interior or Exterior ra, .. .1 56.02 JOSE. PARK SUBDIVISION
Lots '.10-3-4-5-8-1-8. \ i Lot 16 Oliver Edith W.
YEOMAN J blk, 115 ..:,,:,,,. Lawton W. F.. A Barbara Lot 31 ._ .__._.,..,c., ,,,. Cockman J. M. A Wll- 100.71
.. .. .4 -
'I! '''"* ., ..._..-.i_ 94.37 ma ;,
Lot 1 block.123_._ Cruse John & Vera....... 3.3S n 50.00
1828 NOVA ROAD Lots 7.8 block 123,..'.... .. !f'1"i.,'' Laager Fannie .._..._.,.. ..9139.1S "' .ARTESIA SUB ,

Ormondenwe671$020-G.30 S block 134 4 lots ",.r1-a '' ..':*Olddens Frank A EssteMeLeod ',..}-Lot'Il.nts, 14 1-2-18-19 block 4_. $'. .. Bowen Laboratories Catherine 'f--. ,.. 45.46

". r Lots, 5-6 block 124.. D. E. & Doris 1':7'> : ., .Lots 18-38 block. 5_ Green Martin X* A Lois Inc. 12.33. -

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.. MAY ?2. 1969 4-THE 'FLACLER TRIBUNE Shawnee Airline Inaugurated to Atlanta last month increasing FOOD CLAIMS, *' +vv,,. ..
,
1 --- scheduled aIr service to to 12 the number of citiesserved' 77 CENTS OF '
S T B Ae.
Ocala and Increased service by the airline. STORE DOLLAR

M. .... .* .._...... 33.21 How much ::0 f your. Jfoou.
Lot 21-22 blk 8._.... Wolfe"James lT"& DIanne l -
A* ...._............-.... 12.93. store dollar actually goes ,for
? About'77 cents: accordIng -
food ,
AUDITION TO
SECOND ARTESIA
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Lot 4 blk 12...___ Padgett Oveda __.:...-. 26.74'' Flagler County Insurance to economists with.the
of-Florida's Institute
KANAKA BACH sun University

Lots 4-8-67 &: that of Food and Agricultural

part of OoVt lot 1 Agency Inc. Sciences (IFAS). .
went' of same ex ,
RW'A1A blk. 2.... Musselwhlte Amantha. 60.47 Of the remaining' 23 cents,

Part of 39 Govt' lot 88...1 26 11 31 2-47. Laney' E. E. ___.__ 101.77 20 cents Is spent on such Itemsas

Pa'.to-t; Govt aft 7 O.:. All Forms of Insurance laundry, soap I'nsectiddes.children's ,
R. book 9 page 258 35 11 31 0.8 Foray the D. P. Jr.__: 22.68 socks potted

SUNRISE BEACH 305 East Moody Blvd.t- Phone 437-3171 plants paper towels records .

Lots 5-6 blk 5 5.__ McCumber Abba,___ 35.49. I, and 'even encylopedias. The
& Ftunnell, Florida 32010
,
t northerly 75' of lot last three cents Is spent on -pet

13 except RW/ LlFE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY-BONDS food hair
A1A .blk 6_. _. .. Brown E. \V. & Roae... 121.61 spray, aspirin

Lots 11-12-13 blk 6.. Brown E. W. & Roae.. 19.40 toothpaste beer and ciga
Lots 10-11-12 block 9 j Plneatreet: Acrea Trust A. rettes.
21.74
Maude L.
Part of Oovt. lot S T n'Ae. Of .the 77 cents spent. on
12PS : :==:
II. book 9 page 36 11 31 0.03 Foraythe B. P. Jr 1.70 food 30.5 cents goes for grocery
Part of Govt lot 1 Lot 21 block 3 __..-._ Warner Homer L. &
book 38 ot61t .._ Sarah _......,..__..___... 8.07 Items 23.5 cents for meat
parcel 0 ; Lot 20 block 3_...._. Warner Homer L. & 10 cents for dairy products
13 blk 6 described Sarah ......_..._. ..___- 7.72
In book 37 page I Lots 13 block 3 ._ Price W. B. Sr. & Leila. 10.47: (milk claims the largest portion

281 ___ 36 11 31 0.22 Brown Earl W. &. Roae Lot 3 block 8.........._ I. Weaver Y. C. & Geral- o( this followed by
Q. N .? --w 6.90 dine ...._._ .. 11.07 Ice
Part of ,Govt lot 2 O. Lot 8 block S __..; .Hord S, R. & : ri"10:47:: : cheese. cream and butter),,
R. book 3 page 284 36 11 31 2.47 Ryan C. M. & Eleanor. 16.91 Lot 4 block 10 -- Swetnam Gordon & nine cents for fresh produce ,
1 acre eaat of boule- _. 8.88
-
vard book 30 page Lot 21 block 115' _.__ ParkeriPal Sr..w.. ..... 8.74 and four cents for frozen.
128 _____ 37 11 31 0.72 Whltaker Claude A.__ 26.31 Lots 6-7 block 16___ M. B. Construction Co. 13.50 foods.
.
MODDS SUB

GOLD COAST SUB Lot 32 block 1_. Ruaynlck Clara F..t.... 9.44 ......" ." ." ............
Blocks 1-2 except Iota Lot 38 block 2_.___ Horton H. E. & Elizabeth '

4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11 12 .._..:._._.... .."=._??,.: 8.30 f: 'E
l cl' .... ... _. -. Peterson :} 8 -ilUU Lots 1-2 block *__._ Susan B. Splvey _._.:_. 38.43
: : & \ : :
Lot 6 6 .... ..- W% of tract 4 block =
North 160 It ot blk' 6 Rogers Gilbert & LIl- B -.l.?..,.,.... 4 13 31 McFadden Joyce May &: :A'I

Lots Uan __..._u 23.47 Forrest O. _._.._.__..__.. 62.52 I .
1-2-23-24 blk 8 Peterson n. D.___ 17.65 That part of EJ% of'
.
Lots 5 to 12 &: lot 20. tract 9 north of Old '

Lots bik 48 thru 8" 17 Laing John &: Margaret 52.78 Dixie Hwy. block B 413 31 8.21 Konleczny .Sophie __. 12.64 '

thru' 21 blk 9 :_ Peterson R. D. ... 40.72 8% of tract 6 D 4 13 3,1' 5 Alden J. S...& Anna..._? 4.10 .:

B I
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TOWN
OF
PETE SONS SUBDIVISION .j r KOItONA

Lot 6 thru 20 block 10 Peterson R. D. 57.63. TOWN OF FAVORETTA ... .. ......... .... .
Lots 1-2-3-22-23-2' ,
blk 9.-.________ Peterson n. D. 24.99 PALM GARDEN SUB With checks everywhere this

I Part O. ;Lf boob N 4 oft SW'l4 Loots 6-6 block' 4_.__ Kelly Cleo .__.........:..-. : 2.85 year let's salute them.with our ,
page 23-24.' block. 24-- Talbot Arthur C.-__..... 1.80
380 1 12 31 1.50 Northrlp Richard A. : ORMOND MANORS annual fashion check-up. Study

&: Charles M. 6.04 Lota the checkered outfit in the phf-
8-9 block
_
17 ._
Goetljng: Mrs. E._. .: _. 1.80 '
MODEL LAND CO SUB .SUNRISE 'BEACH EAST OF AlA tograph.carefully. Got the pic**

Lot 5 blk 1 ____ Northrlp Co M.__:._ 21.60 Lot Lot '3 11 block 2_,_,y Lowe. Everett M._, __, 1.67 tur.?'Then let's see how manyof
Lots 11-12 block 1__ Claypool J. C. &: Mae... 31.67 Lot 6 block 3__..... Elwood J< M.. .-.._.?_._ 1.67 its fashion
tote 123Iota 15 3CICk..6: .Hooker J, E. ...__ 1.67 Important pointers
thru 22 blk 11 __. Northrlp Richard A. & Lots Lots 10-11-12 5- & Nj.7.==' McCumber Abba ....:.:: 2.49: you've observed.

Tract. 8 blk .A 8 '12 31 30'() Wolf Chance Melvin M. -&-Lillian 23.60 ,of lot 13 blk .5_ Brown, E. W. Estate.._ 5.29 *x Score yourself smart In

&: Vlngle Patricia &: more ways than one if you
Raymond __ 6.56 Lota 7 GOLD COAST' SUB noted how the bell in the
thru 12 block. 1 pantsIs I
Peteraon R. D. ..__.. 5.50
N 4 of tract 1 &: all L. Lots
tract 2 block B 6 12 31 15"; ;wolf Melvin &: Lillian Lot 6 1-2-3 block block 5 ..?,.-.=' Peterson R. D'...-_.:. -:. :. 3.41 swinging. Not too little. Not i
"J e ymOnd &: Claypool.J..C: & M.: A.. ,, 1.67: too full.. The latter Is great for
j
Patricia :...__ _. '7.47 : '
Part 1 book 4,' MODEL LAND CO SUB "7 evening wears but for a diy-::
39 pagea394 & except Lot I 5) block' i ; time outfit like this modera';': .
1.. =..... .on
book 54 Richard ..-.!A... 1.67
page SUBNorthrlp .
.' Clifton i MOODY .' .is II Is the word..
7 .12 31 0.67 Joseph _. 2.69 f.
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5
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... ; Lot 9 block. 3 _1. ,....
Nlcklea
x S. L. Estate ; .
.
2.03 tliat
Lot 2 block Did notice the fact :
4
MIDWAY PARK Lota 1-2 Smith R. L_.___.____.: 2.26 you
block 13:_ Cook H. T._____ 4.24 the top-to sleeveless? This year .
Lot' 9 f;::; Minchew Thomas &: .
.f Janice ...._ _.... .. .-. 3.76' ':. .FUOUAY SUB you'll find that not only 'vests

Lots 1-2-4-5-26 .4,rr J Miller Glenn. J. &: Ruth 59.12 ., J3ut Lota 1 thru 12 block
t' .' have sleeves.
bypassed
Upson "
'WHISPERING PINES sun -
tote 1 thru 12 block D. :F. Fuquay -_' 18.73 f. How about the sI ed .
Lot 3 blk 1. ..-._?--. Doak Albert L. &: Lester over- :
Rechart Denton&__Minnle ._ 1.60 Lots 1 thru* 230 Dock' ..', : B. F. Fuquay_ ._. 18.7 patch :'pockets? Certainly
Lot 5 blk 3 : -
-- N. .:..- '7.85o. Place 1 ___.....____. B. F. Fuqu ___. : they're a big switch from lastyear's '
: book 21 135 Lots 8 thru 12 block 2 y 15.83ts
R. page D. F. ) pockets which sathightip :
blk, D ..- --- .., 11 12 31 0.20 Schadt Carey N &:. Pa- Lots 1 thru 8. block 3' .'':,'- D.F. Fuqur __ 12..33 7.93 .
_
I. 1-2-3 & .. Fuquay .. and small. _
trlcla A. -__- 6.44; : 9 'thru 'j.,: ,, .. .
16 blk 19 _.. ., ,
Book 49 page 339 except I .i ." D ''Fi '
Fuqujty
book 54 Lota ." ''i, --" 1133
page : 1-thru 12 .
484 blk. D 11 '12- 31 O.14*Jonee -'Carl.. -.on'L-. ,:- ...:..-,!.._ ..,, ?.7.. -.-Lola' 1. thru .12.bhloallf20k, -_., _. -._ __:' -D:..F..' Fuquay. = :_-.... 11:13: _

'. FLAGLER+ 'riEAOII ACRES SUB Lots r thru" 12-block D. F. Fuqt ay __ 18.73 iI i

23 ... .
Tr. 15 blk. D. 11 12' 31 1.0 Kuleakl H. F. & Nereid. 49.78 Lots 1 D. Fl:. Fuquayi '18.73
tHru 5 block
f MOODY sun .22A1, ....<. _. ,. .' ,r"i
;\ D. F. :ruQuay _' 9.70
Lots 4-5 blk 3_- Cannon John H. & PaLot :- Lota ':.i-3'i: ." t .MOBBS SITU ... '

trlcla ...."i ? -..-.. 18.73' '...- .} ,jjo --- _. t r. Mobba F. J. & Orace:' 5.15
ft Mle 3 __ Cannon John .. & :. -
trlcla T ._. 82.3a ;: -- : r'J
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Lots 4-5 blk 6 _:_, I i Peterson R.D. _____ 21.60N : : .'' J
% of lot 15 & all lot :f,, 10 ,
16 blk 23.--------- (#i.J Stua Joseph &: Mary..... 10.54 ..... : NOTICE: ...f- .,
I.ot & S'Aa of lot 15 .c i.i ': \
blk 1 42 Decker Orville n. &: !
Judith n __. 2.t6Lot Notice Is ,hereby given that the following described 'lands or- ,
4 blk 28 .. Swing Mae Freeman.. 51.4' much thereof a. 'Wil1. be necessary to 'pay' the amount due for 80
herein
.... set opposite, same, taxes I
together
Lot, 6 blk 28 DonovanDorthy ..79.63'Lot' of such and
tftonco advertlsing
6 blk 30 Charles Fr Charon- 50.31 1969. at ,the will.offlce be ot sold the at public a on the 29th aaJ&- of May: .

Lot '1. blk 33 'Charon C. F. &: Alice.. 54.42 : beginning at 10:00 City Tax Collector In the Civic Cent6rI3ullding _'
Lota'15.16 block 43_ Btrlbllng Mary M 7.70 County Florida o'clock A. M.. In. the City of BunneU. Flaeler .
Lot 6 block 61 McDanlela J.,;D. &: Donna
; : Marie _,_,._. 24.61 Lots .
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22-23-24 'blk 54r .\ ==: Bl2clg 5 Kenneth D &.
Lots i Waterman Leslie :.98FLAGLIIR Lots 3-10. | JizriZr : Betty Herring 52.tf3

Lot 9. Block 89 -..-_...,......--.,,,,__._ Southern Kenneth D & Betty Herring 5.10 4 N
IJA.RnOR
SU'D Lots 3.4,;; Block 91' ,,,; .Joel Holding 'Corp.___ 3.00
Lot 1. blk 83 .- "'!: Crosby Flora Mae._ 82.18 Lota, 5-6. Block 91' ?._ _,., Arthur&: Elizabeth Emanuel.16.80
O. ,R. book 1 page 343 ,.4- N% Lots 1-2. Block 93--?? _, _,4.?. & Hannie May Jones 13.35
Jot' 1 blk 1 ._. 121.12. 81 0.30 Peterson .Lota 9-10-11. Mercedes Murray, _.__._
Dean & Etta- 163.39 Dloet\!;\ 95:._..:. ; ,. C. D. Eleenbach .. 1.32
All Blocks _.__._..... 12.14
VENICE, PARK sun 102-108-118-114--..;.. H. B.. ?
Lot 6. Block 123 .. ,,. Wilda &: Dalton Cobb 46,611 I'
Lot 23 blk 68 I "Oeteen William K & LOt 'I.-Dlock --- Mary Phllllpa ____ :.__ 2.70
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Lynn L.ynolds. 17.68 Lots 6.6, Block '' =- ... Riley .King w,__.__..,.__. ,,;:
Lot..l, blk 75__ _.- Re F, Allen i & .24... .-?, D, E. & Doris 2.10
M.
SW3 Lots McLeod.. ,.
7-8. 'Block: 134--, _, 63.29 --I--i
Lot 2 blk 71_. ._ ...... ,," '. rre-Richard E.& 107.14. Lots 7-8. Block'I"-,-_.-_?- John Frank H.&: Jr.Esele. & Mae Giddene 22.26: :
: Beulah Mae':
Thg11na ____ 45.64 ." Allen ; .
Lot 2. Block 130 -....____ __ :
.... OCEAN CITY SUB N% Lots 5-6. Block:'.13a___ Sam White ...___._..___-._" _... 'S! These are Just a few of the

::: e Blocks 139140I" '_._'_._ John.on .Jenklna ___....... things' you,, should be looking'fnr -
Wilda
Lot w .,2.-----n .& ........h.....+...._ Kreaely. Eva----- .. 12.68 :All Blool IAI -,,-.' o-r.: .n. _- H. Cobb. .-' ,,-2->-. 17.12.. 4n .....nn.... .**.._* .......l .tl-._. *1*Iw _
.v- ** ?TV> 4WIA4
ly :ts ft. of o t-2r& Lota 56Afi Silk.:tu9Vex But there's:
7-8 &: the' E year. more to this: ,
north 20. of lot 19 Pluff Albert &: Helen_ 72.26 6.6ts& .
Book 63 page 280..? 1.3' '.12 81'.10 Up.on R. C. &: Dorothy 23.91 AU 1331k. 150 6excfIWa .. f outfit than''what meets the eye. ;;,
ThSS No 1 & SR. 100........ .. '
.. .FUQ.UAY. SUB .l o' Of Lots 0.5. Block Wllda & Dalton ,Cobb.,..." ,.,.. 71.41: One of. the ,most Important; '

Lots 3 &: N% ot' lot &141; AU& Lots the NE 56' Ot'Lots 5-6 things Is, something you can't: ,

(r lot.4 block Fuquay... ,'cf "1<.'.. Fields O. G. _.._._ 50.91 NE 55' ot Lots 718. ot 3-4-5-6 Dlk. 149.! ..... Wllda & Dalton Cobb .,___ 123.69 see here-the technIcal. cnow-. '.
Lot 18 blk 3 _...... &: All '
: + Cooremane .Antoinette.. 97.12 Lots .' how behind the '
/.8-9-10. .!
Lots. 8-7-8 blk 4 _. ..' Williamson n. G. & Lots 11-12, Dlock160,nock_16.1_ Wilda & Dalton Cobb .__ 38,96 iabric. COIN bonded.*

Lot Lots 8 10.11-12 blk'' 6 -..k 10.? Nemeth E'tereaa... ,,.&.. 11.64 30.88 NW Lot.%10 Lot Block I 6 & 165 Lot: tt"Block......_' ....."i8 Willie Chester Cllde& Rosa Brown Lee Thomas....__ 20.53 2.10 Braefan Juniors selected.such.o 'I,..': '

r .. 25.79 Lots 1-2. Block 114 ;:._ ?, Willie Walter May E Benford ,, 18.64: blend by Guilford Fabrics for .,,' :' .
.i III &
Lot 4 bloc 12' .. ) : Kathleen A.
--,- Herman J.: ; this check outfifso ; '' ,
., &Lynnek Lots 6.6 &: SW 96' Lots Knight -___..__ 44.29 the'lash. }
-.7-8.
1.1$9'$ '
I La te. 11-14-15.16 blk Lots:Block 179 -4---.1-0_._ Hoke S. & 10n d-plus lines would bold, ..' '
f Jt'': R. J. Wallace 28.45 2-11. except Part Lot 2. Wllda H. Cobb'26.04 their shape : '
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E, 1 thru 6, block Bk. 56. Pg. 5. Block 252._. C. ? .
t8F Lots 3-4 &: Frac.. Lots 5-6-9-10 B. & Leona. "W._ Elsenbach 18.89 Coin bonded fabrlcc. e-
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? Moore Floyd __ __ ,
22 block ... .noL 42.02 fk.PI SWI4 of known '
Lot :
% their
I -" Mtta Paul .Jr. &: Veata. etgn33! Sec. 15.12.30.: durability even

I' Lot 23 block 20 -----' HaJJ Nina Frallc' ....._._ 10.04 9.4' Part Blk Tract 271 16,OR'Bk 6 _---=- Leona W. Elsenbach & after repeated'eanin9's.. They'Dever .
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Lots' 8-9 block 22. ._- Wllllamaon Richard &.: PIG, 428. Wlltred E. &5 Wane". Hun"James 10 .70, gojlxnp which: mea Syou"lt.

10'' Lot 20 block 23 Cobb Hilda'Ruby. '. 61.58 Part Tract 6, OR Bk. 1" Pg..215 James er _. 1.92 never go wrong when 1 .
P. .
I Lots 9-10 &: B% ot Jot 7.59 Lot 3, l11k. 1. Lincoln fts.__ Jasper E.& &: Lillian Glddena 2.32 you look for the COIN hangtag. I .
8 '&: N% or lot 11 Lots 3-4. 111k. 3. Lincoln Hte._ ,Willie Mary .Andenon--,, 13.09 Now that's
Mae
something
I
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block 2f: Dentord. definitely:
Williamson 11. G. &: Italt7 ::1'tI'clcN: : Sits. Willie Mae' 2.40
Benford
worth
Blk. : : checklnff into 1 _
w Hilda 33.02 3. .._ Willie Mae & :24.70 ...!
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Bertha Den.
Ski ot Jot 4 &: all lot I lord ... .. .
Gatta Paul & Lot __
Jr. 5. .
: V9ata Blk. 4. Lincoln 'JIt. -- ____ '
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_., .. 2.70
Jerry M;
Lo6tlkbl 'ck 2'_ CambellwWilbur M. "*K' & 7.U' Lot Lot.9.14. Dlk.Block 4.4.Lincoln Dunnell Hte._ Willie ClIde&:Gladye Drown Lee,..,., ,_ 2.10 7.88

Home- .
Frances E sites .
Lots 31-3 block 26_ Kressly Eva Hn: Tracts Sub -.-_ Joseph & Annie PAINTING
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Lota 1-2-3 block 29.... ,.. .. LongWaudehe T. et a1 0.28 23-24. Sell 14.12-80_. H. E1 ElmerV.UnderwooQ".. Zelma 1.84

Lots 20-11 block 33_ IJuteaux E. J. ......._ __, \ 8.86 Lots 9-10. Elk. i f Carver IO Olson &
Lots 6-6 Block 33_ Sheeler Part Bub._ Willie, C. Brown 6.98 BOB ;
Bryce &: Joanne 115.83 ot Tract _' MOODY
Lots 17-18 block 34 27"OnBk..14. ,
OrHfln n. W. __ 8.88 366 Pa' 4.20 '
Lot.' block 36 '
-- Sheeler R. I
Bryce & Joanne 4.80 Wlmberly 4.20 40 .years. local experience ,

Lot 24 block 3- ...... IZOIU6INOSIDE. SUB g ''.-..'. 'f Barbara: C.' .:McCabe City. Tax Collector. City 'or 1
:; Bunnell. Florfda" '
Parker Irma.. :'7.12., Tel
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5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.;. MAY 22 1969 da, and at the office of Craig and States of America and you are

__ Snead, Architects at 414 North required to serve a copy of your LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Smyrna Halifax Daytona. Beach, Florid written defenses If any to It on
Beach. Florida, and tile'
A TRIBUTE TO THE :;
the of MILAM RAMSAY. MARTIN & CIRCUIT COUIIT f
original with the Clerk Coples of the documents may
MEMORY the above styled Court 'on or before be obtained from the Architects ADE attorneys for plaintiff. Vl.A01.KH COUNTY:FLORIDA
OF'MRS."T. 5 June 24, 1969; otherwise a by depositing Fifty Dollars I whose address Is 1711 Iiarnett CIVIL ACTION NO. S33-D
judgment may b' entered ( 50.00) for each set. Deposit I will Dank Building, Jacksonville. LEO II. MAHAFFEY -
FRANK DREDE i 'y against you for the relief demanded be refunded to each person whoreturns Florida 32202. Rnd off. the orlarina Plaintiff
In the complaint. the plans, specificationsand with i the clerk above
The following tribute to WITNESS my hand: and seal other documents In good styled court on or before! June, "WANDAs'MAHAFFEY..
Mrs. Brede was presented at of said Court this 14th day of condition within 10 days after 23. 1969. otherwise a Judgmentmay Detendant'TO :
May 1969. bid opening. Cheeks for deposits be entered" against you for : WANDA E. MAHAFFEY
the Flagler Woman's 'Club In the com- 542 Wilson Drive
(Seal) must be made payable to the the relief demanded
Meeting May 14, 1969. "' /,,/ GEORGE M. MOODY .. Housing Authority of the County PlWITNESS hand' and the ;Xenla.; OhioDIVORCE ,
Clerk my
Circuit Court Flak Florida.
of Flagler
If there Is one word that ler County, Florida A certified check or bank seal of said court on May 19. YOU are hereby notified that
could Brede'sservice OILLESPIE AND OILLESPIE a Complaint for Divorce has
describe Marie draft (payable to the Housing 1969'
Attorneys for Plaintiff Authority of the County of Flag GEORGE M MOODY been tiled against you. and you
to her community, that 233 North Causeway ler. Florida). U. S. Government AS Clerk of said Court are required to serve a copy of

word Is "outstanding". In her New Smyrna Beach. FloridaBy ;. bonds, or a satisfactory bid bond (Seal) your answer or pleading to the
/sJ.. U. Olllesple. executed by the bidder and ny Kathryn L. Emery Complaint to the Plaintiff's attorney -
acceptable -
devotion to her church, her May 22.. 29. June B. 12, 4tc. sureties In an amount Deputv Clerk LELAND B. SHAW P. O.
Club activities, her Civic duties equal to the bid. MaY 22. ,29. June 5, 12. 4tc. Box 296. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
tcnftthf: I 32010, and file the original an-
LEGAL AIIVIUTI!*I.MBNT shall be s each bid.
and volunteer services The successful bidder will be LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! :h'rcYr letll :f&lnClt-C: I office Courtof of
she IN CIRCUIT COURT Kl.AGl.KIl
was an "outstanding" per- required to furnish and pay torlIatl.tactory
SEVENTH Flagler County. Florida
COUIIT. on
COUNTY FLORIDA ''ri CIRCUIT
performance T
and IN
son.She CIVIL ACTION No. ROtt-D payment bond or bonds. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iN'AND or before the 16th day of June
COUN- 1969. If fall to do. 80, an order -
LOUVENIA Kl.AGI.KU you
was a member' of The SIMMS Attention is called to the requirement FOR of default will be taken

Flagler County' (State Park o Plaintiff VII. that' not less than the TY. FLORIDA ACTION against you for the relief demanded -
J minimum salaries and wages as CIVil.
Board of Directors WILLIS M. SIMMS Im"-" in the Complaint.
Spaceport set forth In the Specifications CALK ;NO.
Area TB and -. Defendant. must be paid on this project. CLARA Fish l fSON, DATED at Bunnell. Flagler
Respiratory DIVORCE NOTE: Buildings No.: 23. 24 County, Florida, this 12th day of

Board of Trustees, St. Steph NOTICE and 25 shall be complete for'partial May. 1969.OEOROE
M.
WILLIAMVI3. MOODY
TOWILLIS ANDERSON.NOTICE'TO .
M. SIMMS
: -
occupancy (see SPECIAL
en's Catholic Church; four, Residence Unknown Defendant. Clerk Circuit Court.
CONDITIONS) before buildingon
times President of the Flagler YOU are hereby notified that aComplaint parcel 5 as shown on Sheet APPEAR ANDWEIt (Official Flagler County Florida.
for Divorce has been No. 1 is released for demolition.The By5
Beach Garden Club Charter / Julia R.
; filed against you, and you arerequired Housing Authority of the IN THE NAME OF THE STATE Harvey
member and President, twice, to serve a copy of your County of Flagler Florida reserves TKw7LLRAMA LELAND Deputy B. HAW
answer or pleading: to the Complaint ANDERSON.
the right to. reject
of the Woman's Club any P.
Flagler O. BOX 296
to the OFFICE ADTVRKSfl -
plaintiff's attorney. POST
or all bids or to waive any informalities WHOSE ,
Bunnell. Florida 32010
a dedicated worker and active LELAND B. SHAW P.O., Box In the bidding. t AND RESIDENT AD-
May 15, 22, 29. June 5. 4tc.
participant' In Civic affairs 296 Bunnell. Florida 32010 and No bid shall be withdrawn for DRESS ARE UNKNOWN.You .,
-
die the original answer or plead- forty-five (45) days are herebY notified thatal
--an_ "outstanding" cit. ing in the office of the Clerk of subsequent to the opening of suit has been brought againstyou LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
the Circuit Court of 'Flagler bids without the consent of the in the Circuit Court. Seventh -
izen.Marie County, Florida, on or before the Housing Authority of the County Judicial Circuit. In and for TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Brede leaves shoes 23rd day of June 1969. If you of Flagler, Florida. Flas-ler County Florida. by KLAULElt COUNTY FLORIDA -
will fall to do so, an order of default THE HOUSING AUTHORITY CLARA ANDERSON Plaintiff. .
be hard -
that to fill. Truly
'
will be taken against you OF THE COUNTY OF and you are hereby required to In CM N*. 054-B,
she was an "outstanding" per for the relief demanded" In the FLAQLER., FLORIDA flle. personally, or by attorney, JOHN A. LEHMAN
Complaint. By M. B. McDANIEL with the Clerk of said Court Plaintiff :
son. ,
DATED at Bunnell. Flagler. EXECUTIVE DIRECTORMay your Answer or defenses to the vs ..
County. Florida this 20th day' 22. 29. June 6, 12. 4tc. Complaint In said, suit. on or before GAIL LEHMAN *
of May. 1969. of June. A. D.
the 23rd day Defendant<< '..
GEORGE M. MOODY. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN 1969. and also to serve a copy or NOTICE TO DEFEND
IRtTOPER BUt: SAYS Clerk Circuit Court Flag- your' Answer or defenses upon THE STATE OF RIDA.:1'O: :
ler County Florida Messrs. Osslnsky end Krol. At- GAIL LEHMAN
RENEW YOURDRIYFR's (Official Seal TIlE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
) torneys for Plaintiff, at their offices 18521 Dearborn Street
LICENSE By /Kathryn L.;: Emery JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'AND at 411 Main Street. Daytona Northrldge. CaliforniaYou
& Deputy Clerk FOIl. KI.AGl.Bn. COUN- before the
Beach. Florida on or are hereby notified that a
WRING YOUR LELAND B. SHAW TY. FLORIDA.No. 23rd day of June. A. D. 1969. as suit has been filed against you
P. O. Box B44DEMHART
296 Florida Rules of
the
required by
in the above entitled cause: and
BIRTH MONTH' Bunnell Florida 32010 CORPORATION, a Civil procedure and herein fall you are hereby required to file
Attorney for Plaintiff Connecticut corporation successor not or a default will be entered your answer with the Clerk of
May 22. 29. June 6. 12 4to by merger to COMPANY PLYMOUTH against you. this Court and to serve a copy
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN CORDAGE You further notified that
are thereon upon the plaintiff or
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT a corporation, d/b/a WILSON the name of the Court in which plaintiffs attorney whose name
THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH INVITATION & TOOMER FERTILIZER said suit has been instituted Is and address Is: '
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN" FOR BIDS! COMPANY. the Circuit .Court Seventh Judicial GINSBERG &: GINSBERG
AND FOIl. FLAOLEIl COUNTY. The Housing Authority of the Plaintiff Circuit of Florida In and 134% South Beach Street
FLORIDA. County of Flagler. Florida, will I HERSCHEL For Flagler Countv. and that Daytona Beach Floridanot
CASE!' NO. a B5 DIV. E receive bids for the constructionof C. KING and PEG- the title of Bald suit is as here- later than June 19, A. D.
JEANNIB GRAY. Low. Rent Housing Protect GY J. KING, his wife; and THE Inabove set forth. 1969 ,
Plaintiff. FLA. 30-3 at Bunnell. Florida UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. You are further notified that If you fall to do .0, Default
vs. frnlnfo; of 27 buildings. con Defendants. the nature of said suit Is a'' suit will be entered against
ROBERT GRAY dwelling units: and: NOTICE OK !SUIT for divorce. the relief demanded in the you bill
Defendant other Improvements, until 2:00: TO: PEGGY J. KING WITNESS mv hAnd and official of complaint. The nature of said
NOTICE Of. SUIT P. m. E. D. T. on the 18th day 242 Milton Road seal at Bunnell. Flagler County. suit being for .
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE. of June '1989. In the office of the Warwick. Rhode Island Florida. .this 13th day of May.
OF FLORIDA: MowjUvg I Authority of the County YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED A. D. 19U. "WiTNESSD ) 't
TO: Robert GrayR. of Flagler. Florida 300 South that an action to foreclosea OEOROE M. MOODY. of said Court this n7th dayeof
F. D. No. 2 Bacher Street Bunnell. Florida mortgage tm the followingproperty as Clerk of the Circuit May A.' D. 9.thls
d St. Johnsville. New York at which time and place! all bid" In Flagler County. Court of Flagler County GEORGE.M. 'MOODY
r YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI-' will be pUblicly. opened and read Florida. : Florida. Clerk of said Circuit
ED that an action ,for divorce aloud. EK. of swtt: sw of SE (Circuit Court Seal) Court
.has been filed against you and documents forms of contract >> : 'South H of o NWI4West By th L.' Emery (Official Seal)
Clerk:
you are to serve a copy Including and of West H Deputy By Kathryn L.
EmerY'Deputy
required Klan.
of your : defenses. If any: specifications, are on the 'SE 14. all in Section 17. OSSINSKY AND KROL Clerk

to-It on GILLESPIE AND GILL- office'of the'Housing Authority Township 11 .South Range 20 Attorneys for Plaintiff May 15, 22, 29. June 15, 4tc
of the East. "
ESPIE Attorneys for Plaintiff County of Fle.gl.r. Flor- 411 Main Street .
whose address is 233. North ida at the corner of Allen and has been tiled against you and Daytona Beach Florida .... LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Causeway P. O. Box 580. New Bacher Streets in Bunnell. 'Flori Herschel C., KJpg" ,and.The United May 15. 22. 29. June .6 4to.
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,; IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
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.';: :: .. No other popular pickup ,, :: > ,BESSIE In Case Plaintiff FRANCES No. B-4.1-B WIGGINS .


':> goes. WALLACE Defendant JENNINGS WIGGINS

.. ;"h NOTICE TO DEFEND
4 THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:,

,. l.j.; '. ,' to the WALLACE Residence JENNINGS Address WIGGINS
; : lengths Chevy '. ; Unknown"You

'.,...... ...v...''', : I r ;:'..1'L .1";. ,, '(''5 suit has are been hereby tiled notified against you that In a

the'above
entitled
cause; and
you' are hereby required to file.

: does to save : this your Court answer and with to serve the Clerk.a copy of


you money. : plaintiff's and thereof address upon attorney is: the, whose plaintiff name or

WALTER
S. FURBEE
ff No. 10
Vlnlng Court

: : 4 : :' .. ," ,, ,7, 198 Ormond
'
; It YOU tall to do so. Default
..... will be entered against you for
I ( the relief demanded in the bill
'

,. :.: ::'. / :. of suit I ;being; :in for. The nature of said

DIVORCE -
i ., ; ;" ., v l. WITNESS my hand and seal of
; I' .' \' l f Mi Court this '28th day of April.
.1., \ .A. D. 1989. "
-.. '' GEORGE M. MOODY ,
,: ..j ,, :.. Clerk of..ald Circuit Court _
-..," ,' (,Official Seal) .
'J. By Kathryn I,.
.
Emery
... "'.. ..:<,., .,' Deputy Clerk .

of'' /: ., ." ; oJ, oj' ''i ,J -'_ May I, 8. IS.: 22. 4 to
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; ADVERTISEMENT

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IN CIIICUIT COURT "-

::' r y t FLAGLER CIVIL ACTION COUNTY No. 847-B FLORIDA.
: \/
: I i : ROSEMARY Plaintiff.TRAVIS

M"r ELI O. TRAVISDefendant.vs.
;
: f '. .
:
., : .} ... DIVORCE
..I
.' NOTICE TO APPEAR
t
.J, TO: ELI O. TRAVIS.
.
: .
.', ;..:$'I, ., \.: ,\. 98 Haverhlll Street.
: \ : : '\ .. Andover MassachusettsYOU
4 "
.t ;: .- j.; .. ARE HEREBY NOTIFI.*
: ED that
a Complaint for Divorce
I .'''''"''J"'I'' ,, / ill.: ". has' been;filed against you, and
( you are required to. serve a copy
: : of your answer or pleading to
) '
i. i ; the Complaint to the Plaintiffs
L :; : attorney LELAND' B. SHAW P.

.', O. Box 296. BUNNELL. FLORI
DA. 32010. and file the original
I answer or pleading in the office
\ .i of the Clerk
'_ / 00.' of the Circuit Courtof
,.. ,: : Flagler County Florida on or
.
.'. ''\.'. before the 2nd day of June 1969.
) (v ( If you fail to do so. an order of
; I'\\' ... default will be taken against

., Several lengths. In fact. Like_offering( pick( ride In trucks. ... : r the you Comolalnt.for'' the relief demanded In. .

:t up boxes that range in length from BVz feet Inside the double-steel cabs, you'll find ':,,:.: ';. '. County DATED Florida at Bunnell.,. this. 29th Flaglei day

to a huge 9-footer. such Pacesetter Values as thick foam ".. GEORGE M. :
No matter what size you prefer, you'll seats. Which provide stretch-out'room for Clerk Circuit MOODY.Court.'

full measureof Chevy's Pacesetter e .Fairl.r County. Florida .
get a three. .
I .. (Official Seal)

Value, with- each model. For.)Instance: tho 'Wrap it all'' up in a small price and it By Deputy: /Kathryn Clerk L. Emery'

biggest power! *choice. among popular becomes pretty- clear: Chevy will go ,to choice trucks every LELAND P. O. Box B.296.SHAW > .

plckupsTSIx oir V8. And the smoothest great lengths to please you. since 1937. Bunnel. Florida 32010
Attorney for Plaintiff

..' .: t _May 1> a. IS. 22. 4 to.

-' .tt/ Values ., ;."
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MAY 22.. 1969
THURS.
BETROTHAL IS TOLD ATTEND DINNER 6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
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..c .- 't. ..... ,I ..IiII I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niesen BUNNEI.L, LIONS CLUB PICNIC I
Bunnell, ,were guests at a -
dinner party .Sunday at the

Ridgewood hotel, honoringMrs.
Gertrude Fix and Miss
4 Helen Lansing who left today,
via Jet for their home in Angola

N. Y. '
Mrs. Fix and Miss Lansing
visited In Btmnell with the Lj

Niesens while'sta lng at Day- _

tona Beach. '1 ,


VFW AUXILIARY .
ro nsrv
MEMBERS ATTEND i'z

DISTRICT MEET '
VFW Post 5213 Auxiliary
members Mrs. Rose Panchella, __
Mrs. Jean Knox, Mrs. Madge
Johnston Mrs. Lucille Jones
\ and Mrs Jennie Green attended
M the'District VFW Auxiliary
: iy ttii61M meeting In Orlando Sunday.
: Mrs. Jane Carter, District BUSY PREPARING for the Bunnell Lions Club picnic Sun.

I President, presided. day at ''Bulow State Park are members, 1 to r, Grady PratherL.. H. I

Church, Levi Brannam, chairman and Don Jordan. About forty
WOMAN'S CLUB members and their families, attended.'I

J' TO RECESS .
F. B. LIONS
+ THREE MONTHS VISITING IN W. VA._ ATTEND STATE '
Flagler Woman's Club members Mrs. Rudye Shamblen flew CONVENTION .
N '
2 voted to recess during the to Charleston, W. Va. last A group of Flagler Beach
months of .June..JulY and August weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lions attended the ,3-day
when they met for their Joe Meador. While there she Lions State Convention ,atJacksonville.
first meeting the year Wed. plans to attend the weddingof Those attendingwere
nesday. May 14, alt: the club.
Miss Janice, ,Lynn Meador. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ab
house. The meetings will resume
in September Enroute home Mrs. Sham bott, Mr. and Mrs., Floyd Hurl,
blen will stop over at Holly Mr. and ,,Mrs.;. Charles Wend
", Club President Mrs. Ralph
Hirst reported on the FFWC Hill, S. C. to visit with her landt, Mr. and Mrs.. Nagi Ab

Convention she., attended at granddaughter and family, raham; Keene Gurnee, Bill
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Joe White and Barto, .John Seay and Floyd

MISS DONNA JEAN McCLENDON Mrs. Hirst appointed com children. / Gossell.

i; Mr. and Mrs. William Alva McClendon, Jr. of Newton, Miss mittee ,chairman fpr the ensuing
: issippi announce the engagement of their daughter. Donna Jean, year according to Mrs. :- ari
chairman.
Max Hall publicity
I to Elbert Franklin Tucker, son of Mr.. and Mrs: Alfred R. Tuck. '
Hostesses were Mrs Esther.
er of Bunnell. Heydt and Mrs, .Hirst.I
'" Grandparents of the bride-elect are' Mr.. and Mrs. George

Steven Brown of Forest Park Georgia and,the late Mr. and Mrs. SCHOOL ANNUALS'

William Alva McClendon of Jonesboro, Georgia. Mr. Tucker is TO BE DISTRIBUTED

.' the grandson of Mrs., A. 'F.. Tucker Bunhell* :Florida; and of THURSDAY NIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Elbert Blackwell of Montgomery Alabama. According to Theo,C. Hein,

Miss McClendon Istt-graduate of,Newton',High: School where Bunnell, High School Annual

she participated in the;Chorus, band, and was a majorette. She Advisor, the schooI'year' books h
arrived and< will,,be dis,
have
is attending Mississippi <=>tate University where;she Is a member from
titS
tonjghi ,6:45,
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c of the Alpha, Delta Pi' Sorority,and is pursuing* a degree in elementary tributed.p. m. in, 'the school cafeteria ,

education. Those who have' not purchased
,I Mr. Tucker a 1965,graduate of Bunnell High School where. the annuals }ay do so to.
he was president of the graduating class and captain :of the night Heln safd. The:' 1969

football team ffe.is,.also a :1963 graduate ofDaytona Beach Junior annuals, are, .$6.00. : ,
College where he received an Associate"Arts: degree. He1 snow
student at..Mississippi Stat@' University! where heel's 'pur; -,;&TACEYCELEBRATES''METTs a{)' .It' ". '

suing a degree irf agricultural: economics.* ., : t9;'- t., .>, Pictured v 4s;the Flagler County,:Adtilt Edt\cation'Grad'. "

Wedding vows,'will'be exchanged on Saturday, August :16, FIRST BIRTHDAY' uating Class,of :1969. *' '

1969 at the First Baptist, Church, Newton, Mississippi. ".: Stacey Metts, !young son of Standing front ,row t Uto .
Mr. and Mrs.' Johnny: Metts, ;; r, are: Dorothy Emanuel, Lynnette

RETURNS HOME WEEKEND IN CA., .:_ ,' r Bunnell/"celebrated his first' Miller, Pearlle' Mae 'Smith, CatherineSmlth Levert' : Clemons

..' Mrs. Daisy"Buckles 'has: returned birthday* Saturday"1 a party. Addle'B.. Stark,,,Beverly: iMcKinnon, Frances" Bowers and Frances
'to her" home: 'in. .Bun Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ensley given by-'his"parents.' ':<- Arnold., ,
nell'after spending/ last 'week and sons visited in Savannah, .' About fifteen "of' Stacey's" Back row 'to .
Julia Clark
.M { r : .l. r: are: Annie London Ralph Gld-v! :
with' Ga. weekend with former relatives jotnedohlm"'for) the
last
at Jacksonville '
'visiting dens, Ella Melvin', and'Mary;I.. Thomas. Not pictured is Walter
'Mr. and :Mrs. 'Wendell" fHOel Flagler= Beach residents, Sgt. ,celebration. The 'guests'enjoyed Eberhardlnger. -. '
and'family-. and Mrs. Joe Baldwin. traditional birthday re' -j
., ..' While .there they attended freshments cake; Ice cream The, traditional_ Senior Class, night activity will be tonight _
TO SPEND SUMMER. ceremonies' honoring Sgt. ,and punch. "', In the Bunnell Elementary School No.2 cafetorium at 8:00:
'IN -.KEWTORKFlagler': Baldwin, who received C the'. o'clock P. M.; and Is "bpelk. to the' public. .", ', .I
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TIltANK$,
Bronze Star.HOUSEGUEST.
Beach residents Mrs.
I Commencement
Exercises will be Friday Night, May 30
Sarah Mrs. The Senior Class''of Bunnell
Dickinson'and
in the school "
cafetorium
at 8:00: o'clock P. M. The Reverend
Freda Cole left "for : extends "
Monday High them* appreciation Rudolph G. Matthews \
Windsor, N. Y. to spend the Dr. and Mrs. Russell Blan- .,and thanks! all individuals will deliver: the address.

summer months. They plan to ''ton will have as their week. '' and organizations Benjamin F. Broxton, is class sponsor. I ,. ,
return to Flagler: Beach in ,Oc, end houseguest his aunt, Mrs. 'who assisted them In enabling
tober. Laurie Davis of Savannah, Ga. the :class to: be.. able to
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night at the Bunnell i,Civic;:I Center.. About 35 couples! ,enjoyed dancing ,land' refreshments at I I Ope rated'. by)Mr. n'd'rMrs' -. .

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7 THE FZJICLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MAY 22 1969

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CHURCH fJYJJi lee Williams, an orderly, has LOOKMEN '
been with the facility since :
OR WOMEN-Full or "
: .2' :. SpeakingHOMER 1961 or a period of 8 years. It Part Time-S.upply families
: Is only through loyal and ded-
; yl in YOUR area with Raw- ,.
>-: 1 V icated employees that we can leigh Products Over 300
H. BENTLEYIt strive to continue to administer well known products. Special .
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what I believe Is the
MRS., R. HOOVER was interesting to note tops offer to help you get
Weekly SermonMethodist an article in the ,Daytona in patient care and patient started, no money for in

Church ELECTED PRESIDENTF. Beach Morning Journal on understanding. These employees ventory. Write me giving ;:,

2 edited by Gordon KIpp along with the employeeswho name address and PHONE
May ,
Bunnell First United B. W. S. C. S. have been with the facility NUMBER:
pertaining to the hospital
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor Pastor throughout the for a period of ,one year or C. R. McDANIELBox
Mrs. Reynold Hoover ,was rates county
AN APPEAL elected president of Flagler Volusia, compared with thoseof more were presented with certificates 2467
of
appreciation dur-
Beach United Methodist the other hospitals in the Memphis, Tenn. 38102
God gave man freedom of ing National Hospital Week.
Church Women's Society area. Bunnell General Hospital -
choice in life. Therefore, God
Christian Service when they. was listed, and while being
does not command
man to do
Is met Tuesday, May 13. listed stood out as being the CLASSIFIED MAKE MORE MONEY
what pleasing in his : JADVERTISING
but God appeals to eyes to Elected to serve with Mrs. lowest rate reported for the TRAVEL PENNYRICH FASH- :'
man Hoover were Mrs. Keith Lov- hospital service for indigent IONS EXPRESSWAY TO PRO-
respond to him in love. There
ell, vice president; Mrs. Verne patients in the area. Amongthe FIT. CALL ORMOND BEACH
some people who feel
are that
on Raymond, secretary; Mrs. hospitals mentioned were 6775567'COLLEC'r Itp
God controls
man as a great Roy Maner, treasurer. Committee Halifax, Fish Hospital in De- ga
puppeteer, but this is not so.
secretaries elected for land, the Southeast Volusia
Each of us is faced with moral
decisions throughout the ensuing year were Mrs. Hospital in New Smyrna HASTINGS MATTRESS

lifetime. our Harry Treadwell, spiritual Beach, the Seminole County & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
growth; Mrs. Lester Stanton Hospital in Sanford, the Or. TROPIC GARDENSLet -
Christ came that ve could us help beautify Flagler 710.12 Lemon St.
missionary education; Mrs. mond Beach Memorial Hos
better see the proper responseto William Givens, Christian so- pital and the West Volusia County. Large variety of evergreens Palatka, Florida

God as we live in relation. cial relations; Mrs. J. H. Mc-; Hospital in Deland4 palms, hedge plants. Phone EA 5-9166 ,I
ship with others. The church Cormack, church 5% miles S of Bunnell on Furniture Upholterlngr '

points the way, but the individual ; and Mrs. Paul responsibility Holden, This Is Indeed' gratifying to U. S. 1. Feb. 15--tfc Repaired & Refinished
still has to make realize inasmuch as hospitals
per membership,cultivation. Mattresses & Box Springs _
sonal decisions.If have been in the lime light, SEPTIC.TANK: cleaning; drain Order
Made to :Also Renovated
the 'world is going to for a number of months since fields Installed: Rota-Roter
reach Its full potential of man PENTECOSTAL CHURCH the Inception of' 'Medicare snail shell. Reasonable prices. Call Laura Morris 437-3233:

living within the bounds of DINNER along with the rising cost of Call George, Jarosz, 437.3410 After 6:00 P. M.
FRIDAY
God's love Individuals will health care throughout the 8-1-tT PRICES REASONABLE

have to respond to God's ap The Bunnell Pentecostal country. We here at Bunnell BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED .

peal. Your freedom can glorify Holiness Church is sponsoringa General Hospital are very FOR SAIE-AKC Doberman Just as near ,as your

God or denounce him. The'choic "chicken dinner" Friday, proud of our low rate. We will female puppy.. Good temper- Phone or Post Office

is yours . .1 am May 23.at Bunnell Civic. Cen- do our best to keep It in this ament. Best for guard or pet.. Drop>> U a Card or Call

bold enough in Christ to command ter. area for all concerned.' Call 4373168. May. 15, 3tc. Fre Pick-up & DeliveryO.

you to do what is required Serving 'will begin at 11:00a. Construction Is progressingand :
SINGER 1968 model "
yet for love's sake. I m. and will continue until it became.necessary this $47.63
prefer to appeal to you :: 1:30 p. m. Proceeds will go past Saturday to,open 4 of the cash or 6 payments at $9.00 a .....

Philemoni 1:8.RECEPTION toward church projects. new rooms for.patient occu- month.; Zigzag, fancy stitch, F. ALFORD

Those wishing to, have dinners pancy ahead of:the construc- darns, monograms, and makes .
Registered
button holes and sews on
delivered are asked to tion completion deadline. This
TO' call 437.3729: 4373925. was done to eliminate the buttons without attachments. Real Estate Broker
HONOR PASTOR AT congestion and traffic, in' the Guarantee still good. For-more' )

F.' B. METHODISTThe WORK DAY SAT corridors of tm- hospital. ''I Information call: 734r0018ror; : '- '..,.
; Bunnell Florida ;
write: Service Sewing,Center, ..
Rev. and 'Mrs. Dallas ST. THOMAS, 0 again ask.aU visitors that will "\
Browning, will be honored at I be visiting patients at the hoer P. 'O. Box 393,' DeLand ,FlorIda '

a reception Sunday, May 25 CHURCH SATURDAY pital to please kdhere :to them 32720. May 15,. TFC

from 3 ito 5'p..m. in the church Members of St.tbo as visiting hours-so;t&t the con. cF11AZA;: :
fellowship hall.Members Episcopal Church are reminded structlon cart :progress on FOR SALE: 1954 Cadillae-It :
1962-Chevro
cash.
$50
tuns- 0
'and friends of of the. "work ;
day" Satur schedule > nd} not have Interference let ,
Flagler Beach United Methodist day, ;May 24 at the church'at from'the'>vfsitbr"traf. Station Wagon 6 cyl., .

Church are invited, 1:30 p. m.:, fic. ;11" straight stick In perfect condition ,PLAfcAFALATKA ,
; AZALEA
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$425. Call J. O- Bull- '
.. .' < It is 'hoped by; tag time,this ard 439'2196.'May.; 22 Itc t,_, .
r. article appears,thaj;the chapel THURS. .. FHI. : ,SAT,,! ,'j,'
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I ,: t ; .., 'b.TIME "Tl ''i will have been.cornple.ted and Call ,Bob for 'lawn.*"'maintenance ':: 3 Clint, Eastwood:'" 'JM .

rSl ,-.i.-.t.' .' _.J'" ''," .i formal date for dedication -: ..\ IAC1C t '
T ; '" a .' :painting inside or put r .,_: 4 BACKJTCO :JS| or :

ATLANTIC .HARDWARE. ,J' will have been set. Cpntribu-j t side-small repair and odd .J!*'; >>t ,, '.Double; .Comb/'v t JT: ",iI. ,

j' .last tors mentioned to, the chaper] fun*since Jobs. Call 439-2502.. May 22,2tc '.' "A ,FISTFULL OF 't.)
in."thlfJ.cotumn
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\ ,. were: Hospital employees and ,WANTED or 3 bedroom' '" DOLLARS" 1" .. ,.

>'& INC. the Professional:Arts Building, home .- unfurnished in or aDei .
SUPPLYCO.! P : '.;
Bunnell. Permanent res- 1 ; ') .,1
Mrs. Etta tPetersozt.: .,Mtiri'' ear !'FOR FEW '",'
Idents. Call 4.37.3741t., Itc. _
'etta Mlssinnenimimemory of DOLLARS MORE', .

Rudye' Shamblen. Mr. and New 22 inch; 2 speed fan, '

MOODY, 'I BLVD.FLAGLER t *,'.. BEACH,- Mrs. Carl Williamson.in.memory .$18.95. Polystyrene water Jugsor SUNDAY' .. ,MONDAY. ,-< '',

439-2363 of their loved',ones; AgnesW. ice chests 1.00 each.;Many TUESDAY"' .'. :WEDNESDAY ','

PHONE Everhart, In memory of other items at bargain prices.. David Jassen |IR
: her husband Douthey O. Ever
Jerry's Furniture, Old' 'Dixie Rosemary Forsythe'
''"'"Ct'SAX'ON'S hart Mr. and Mrs. Harold .
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'Itc '
Hwy, 437.3752May 22.; "WHERE IT'S AT"
Maitland, and a very welcomeed .

gift from the members of FOR SALE-290 feet on John STARTS THURS.. MAY 29' ,

the Community Memorial Anderson Hwy., large living ANDY GRIFFITHIn ',
Church in the amount of $100. room, ,two bedrooms, 2 baths,

SHELL OIL Those contributing' from the dining room, kitchen and ga. I
Community Memorial Church rage. Call Howard Wlsehaupt "ANGEL IN MY

,were the Ladies, ,Guild, 'Mrs. 4392247. May '22, ltcr POCKET" fG

Sarah plckenson,.:Mrs. Ruben
Gardei, Mr. and Mrs. Albert 1

AUTO REPAIRS AND SERVICE Baftten, the Reverend' and Mrs: h

R. W. Dickert, Mr. and Mrs.H. 1

Whetstone; and contribution NOTICE
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JOB'WAX from the' Memorial J __
JOB
WASH
GREASE JOB Church Memorial Fund. Total -.-
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contributions' to date for the

0' chapel have been,$5O2.5O withan ASSOCIATION '
FLAGLER BEACH TAX PAYERS
SPECIALIZING IN COMPLETE additional $1,000 needed to WILL HOLD ITS REGULAR MEETING

compelte the projedt. We are MONDAY 7:30 P. M. MAY 26, AT.RECREATION "-
one third towards the goal
and hope to complete the solicitations -' HALL, MUNICIPAL BUILDING.. ALL TAX
PAYERS .AND THE PUBLIC ARE CORDIALLY
CAR .SERVICEX in order for the
:tf< : ,a ,. AND URGED TO ATTEND THIS IMPORTANT
'.:>.: memorials and list of contri- INVITED i
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\" TOME SEE US.' VISIT ,OUR.GIFT SHOP later than May 30, 1969. '

': .... In going through the list of DISCUSSION' ABOUT OUR FJLAGLERBEACH
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-0 WE GIVE S'& H GREEN',STAMPS personnel employed by the :: SCHOOL SITUATION WILL BE ON

Bunnell General Hospital in ,THE AGENDA. THE ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

INTERSTATE 95WNGO,8OO'PM preparation of honoring the DRIVE WILL BE SPARKED TO ENLIST ALL
100
HIGHWAY employees during National WHO PAY.,ANY TAXES IN, OUR COMMUNITY.

Hospital Week, it:was indeed ELECTION OF OFFICERS WILL TAKE PLACE.

interesting to note that the 60 .,

employees now currently at
the hospital, a total of 34 have J.

been'there for a period of one ->-. NOTICE ,
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records In my possession Mrs. The Bunnell 'City Commission intends to enforce

BEACH RECREATION HALL Ethel Duprrance has been employed the '1953 Ordinance providing. for the cut
FLAGLER ,by the hospital since ,
-. ; and removal of weeds
BY- ting destroying, palmetto,
-SPONSORED June 16,; 1956, antef'is,now,be-
shrubbery, trash, and other litter growing, lying,
? Veterans ginnfng' her 13th,year of,serv
: : Disabled American;! ice to this facility;:Mrs. Shir- i or located upon any lots, lands, and other. prem .

ley Blanton 'and Mrs. Frances M isea"within the City of Bunnell..

: ., 4. TONIGHT (Thursday!: J ) .:- :Edmonsonshare the honors of After being notified, landowners will have

tr FItEE' REFRESHMENTS- ; having been with the hospitalfor ten (lOr days to comply w-itlcthe' Ordinance or'

\ a period of ten 'years. Dor- the property will be cleaned ,up at the, .r.nera

'' i.- ",Jim Booe*Chapter' ,Npr-86, v u.y.ac..... 'othy'Webstef; CRNA, has been .. .
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" ,employed by the hospital fora expense.CITY
'.; t : NO MINORS. AL1XWEPfHfc OF BUNNELL FLORIDA
period of 9 and Math.
years
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THE TRIBUNE THURS.. .MAY 22. 1969 '
AT NAVY MANSERVING 8- FLACLER '
About I <
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FT. BENNING ABOARD ., tasks' and consistently provided campaign stars); cross or ,

r m SIM Boyd Robertson', US' USS GUAM ,..?.....,. Our y Servicemen his command with outstanding Cross Gallantry of ,Gallantry Brigade Division Level; ;' ,

Army, left Wednesday for Shlpfitter Third Class Gerald ---- support."Reassigned Level; and Vietnamese Com ,
,' Fort Kenning Ga. after spending F. Gould, USN, son of Mrs. as a Joint palgn Medal. ,
several days with his parents Chet Parker of Bunnell !is Marine Maj. forces commanded in the Ba The Marine Major..is the son "
Mr. and ]Mrs. Cordell aboard the USS Guam in the Long Valley on May 8, and of the 'late Mr. and Mrs. An ,
Robertson.SP4 Caribbean off Puerto Rico. Cited, For subsequently as liaison officerto gus Reynolds, Sr., who residedat
Robertson has completed The ship is participating in the Army of the Republic Flagler Beach. Major Rey.
r 14 months duty with the a Joint service, amphibiousand Heroic Action of Vietnam's First Division on nolds and his wife, Amy, visited
US Army at Korea and Ha airborne exercise, "Opera Sept. 21, he continued to distinguish at Flagler Beach with his
wall lie Is a member of the tion Exotic Dancer II." The MaJ. Angus S. Reynolds,, ,himself in the per. sister 'and brother ini' law, Mr.
USARPAC Pistol Team and exercise.Is designed to test Camp Butler, Okinawa, Special formance of his duties. and Mrs. George Reed, before
will compete in the All Army and Improve existing Joint Services officer was pre "Subs quent1y reassigned as leaving for Okinawa in April.
Medal
Matches at Fort Benning June service procedures: sented the Bronze Star
of Army and Air with Combat "V" recently.Col. assistant operations officer of
17.He expects to receive his Force Elements units as well as Naval H. EJ L. Zastrow, com the 26th :Marines his skillful CAPT. DYKSTRA ..! '
discharge in June. ships and aircraft and Marine manding officer of Camp But analysis of detailed tactical .
Corps units are participatingin ler presented the medal. reports greatly enhanced the COMPLETES COURSE "':
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4 the 14 day operation.r The citation accompanyingthe effectiveness of a defensive Captain Robert '"f1'' '
SP 4 CHARLES KNOX I Army F.
Amphibious forces are us,, award read In part, operations conducted by Dykstra, son of Roy Dykstra,
EXPECTED HOME ing both surface attacks on "While serving with the Third friendly forces during ,the Flagler" Beach, completed the
beaches and airborne assaults Marine Division from Aug. 3,' selge of the Khe Sanh Com armor officer advanced course
SP4 Charles Knox is expect. with helicopters from shipsoff 1966 to Nov. 1, 1968 MaJ. Rey bat. Base. April 22 at the U. S. Army ,.
4 from
ed to arrive home June nolds his demanding .
in shore. performed "Assigned in June 1968 as Armor School, Ft. Knox, Ky.
Korea 30 days
to spend
During the exercise, Atlan duties in an exemplaryand The 36 week '
Bunnell with his parents, Mr. operations officer of the 1st course prepares
tic Fleet ships and aircraftare highly! professional man. senior
and Mrs. Buddy Knox. Battalion, 3rd Marines, he company grade officers
SP4 Knox has been station simulating shore bom ner."Initially ably provided his commanding from command and staff du
bardment and air strikes in assigned as com ties at battalion
through brigade ,
officer with advice
with the US
ed at Korea Army timely
manding officer of "E" Company '
of the amphibious
for 12 months. support and assistance concerning the or comparable levels, .
., forces.Entertainment .,, 2nd Battalion 9th Marines and as assistant division gen
Maj. Reynolds, then a employment of supportingarms eral staff officers. "
and .contrbluted: significantly j"
captain, displayed exceptional' ."
leadershipand bold Initiative to his unit's success
I I : w "BAMBO while aggressively: leading his while, engaged' with the ene. J. O. DULLARD'S ,

men against the enemy during my.Other awards presented to BROTHER DIES,
numerous patrols and
-- his ALABAMA ..
IN
combat operations. Major Reynolds during
BAR Reassigned as assistant bat. Marine service include: 3 Pur Wiley N. Bullard, 72 "Syla- ,
pIe Heart Awards Combat 'died 11 after
tailor operations officer in ; cauga, Ala. May
Action Ribbon (for close combat a lengthy illness. He was the \
= January 1967 and i
subse
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and with the Two ,
-: ., enemy) brother of J. O. Bullard of '
j 'i Dancing Every Friday & -, quently as an assistant G-3 Presidential Unit Citations; Flagler Beach. .
on Feb. 15, he skillfully
Saturday Night supervised Meritorious Unit'Citation; Na- Funeral services were Tues

Liquor Beer Package "' '.' expeditious of accomplishment tionel Defense Medal; Vietnamese day, May 13 at Sylacauga. ?
j Pizza all assigned Service Medal {with 4 Ala. ,
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BU NELL CUSTOM ,KITCHENS : ;" .. J'has; ;-:;

.. <, ?'!, State Representative! John d proposed legislation 'that is
l 1O7 N. 'Bay,St. P. O. Box 657 i' ". inevitable Florida is to have modern, government. Unfortunately the

BUNNELL, FLORIDA :. state 'legislature has a bad habit of postponing the inevitable.
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-' FREE ESTIMATES r': "Crider wants to consolidate many of Florida's smaller counties 'in -

BAR FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS <.. a sweeping effort to bring efficiency and economy to local government.The .
proposal would merge two, three ;and four counties into. single
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BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS units, reducing the state's 67 counties to 39.
...' LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING: COUNTERS ,
In the horse and buggy days there may have been sound reasons
Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving* for carving Florida into 67 counties, But the trip to the county seat is
BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST!; "BARS '
-' no longer an arduous journey\ _
Laminated' Plastic'- Upholstery Fronts '1
HARDWOODS ...... The one-man, one-vote:. doctrine, for'' apportioning state legislatures
'FINE is another strong reason for county mergers. The present apportionment -
Most- orders filled within- 15 working days. Now Serving combining several small counties into single legislative districts,
: all affects in 75 mile rad. of Bunnell. | makes county lines almost''meaningless. .

: CALL COLLECT' Day.437.3513 Might 437-3928 But the most powerful argument for combining many of the state'ssmaller ,

t EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED ernment.sparsely-populated counties is to cut down the cost of gov


Operating identical county governments in small adjoining counties
is ridiculous duplication and an .unforgivable waste of tax dollars.,

It, makes no sense tp pay four county commissions, four school boards,

:four county engineers, four agricultural agents, .four sheriffs, four tax'
after you see assessors and tax collectors. four health departments and all of the
other assortment of courthouse offices.

._._ your doctor.! i>' Just thinking about,all of that duplication makes it easy to see why

bring the per capita cost of government, is significantly higher in small coun-
!, yourprescription ties. And it's, not all local tax money Much of the money it takes to
to run these. small counties camel from the state. So taxpayers in bigger
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N. counties are helping perpetuate a wasteful system of duplication.
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MldQltid6t48. i+i 'Of course there 'will be a lot of political resistance to Crider's

plan. Ater all, a. lot of;; politicians would lose their jobs.
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f'' ?::1:1But the horse and buggy counties no longer serve the best interest

Professional 1 Bldg. of Floridians. Hopefully the legislature will not postpone ,the inevitable.

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to-TIlE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. MAY 22. 1969 LIONS ATTEND ,

... ,. .'. ; .'',...i.r.;. ;'STATE MEET :

- I ( Cenung's Fish CampFishing -,-- .....t. .'.. ,"" Bunnell Lions President Don .
out of Jack's this Jordan and President Elect
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attended the
this week was Raymond Howard Lerch
Florida Lions Convention in
Locke, East Palatka. Ray
Jacksonville last Friday after. .
brought In a good catch of
and Saturday. morning.
trout the largest 8 Ibs. ;15 ozs. noon
During the Convention they vF (
Gainesville
Coming over from
officerS
meetings of -
attended key
was M. D. Helms also with a '
and business sessions
good catch of trout, the largest ,
met with past International
6 Ibs. 8 ozs The !trout are
President Claude DeVo,res,
hitting* live bait and plug. ,"
voted on District and State
Florence Eby Crescent Bch. officers and amendments to 1a 41 r rI rk rs
is catching trout but FlorenceIs Constitution and attended

not giving any informationout. other Convention functions.
I We do know there have
been good catches from the BENEFITS AVAILABLETO
Crescent Beach Bridge. These
NEW VETERANS
include bass. and drum. '
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.. Newly returned veterans I ',.f4, S aS
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FISHING LINE '*< :Bing's Fishing .Resort ,* should not overlook news l pry.
I : .they receive in the mail from )
By Al Zamba x Sam Gamce brought his wife the Veterans Administrationabout A
f 'Bessie'.along and they caught job opportunities, mono

rg t eek Ending May 17. 1969 15 bass 3 drum 1 sheepshead. ey for education, free medicalcac

.... Shorty and Edle Baker landed ,:=nd other benefits a VA -
Flagler Beach Pier 6 croaker 1 trout 2 Mangrove spokesman advised today. -

Snapper. Gene Hersey Raymond S. Smith of Flag.
Not too much information
and Fitzhugh Malphurs came
ler County Veterans office in J
'from the pier, the water being back to the dock and unload. Bunnell described how computers

rough and muddy. A feuf ed 9 bass 1 trout and that are used to help bring

,catches of whiting.. seems to be the extent of the' information on veterans ben

T', ,Devil's, Elbow Fish Camp* fishing at Blngs. efits to recently released ser

"1 ,r' vicemen, at the time they are
-,' Talking to Truman at the most likely to act on It.
,:camp. He mentioned that fishing Naturalist' John Hamlet atFlorld'a's Before separation most Representative James A. "Jim" Glisson (right) is shown

'..' '' has improved with catches Homosassa Springs servicemen'are briefed on talking; to Dr. Earl Fry, Director of the Game and Fresh Water,
of trout bass drum sheeps- says a wounded shark, other ,
their veterans benefits., Many Fish Commission. Glisson has asked Dr. Ito I
head also flounder. The trout than a whale shark will in Vietnam are briefed by VA Representative Fry

II are in the 6.7 lb. class. cruise shallow waters and attack while they' are still In the keep ,him advised on any problems arising in Flagler County.
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I VICTOR BUCKLE

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Victor E. Buckles was elect.
v
ed Commander of American
Legion Post 115 at Monday

nights meeting. Elected to
: serve with the Commander'
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:. ,. were James H. Tucker, first
vice commander; M. B. Full-"'
"' er, second vice commander;
I.I' Walter Creal, chaplain; Walter
I "; Morris finance officer, A.'

I I ... M. McDaniel, historian Raymond ?
I :, tt.l Smith, service officer", i*
." '. t i i1i Duane Deen sergeant at arms:: '

It' 1 { The.first 1970 car 'tfftj and Mrs. 'Cora Buckles. adju. ..

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'., Post members elected Vic-'
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I j June vention 2729.: at Fort Lauderdale-tiThe .J.

.. $1995 {' Mustangs. too; are tagged with new officers will be Installed ',*' ,.

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mad In July. '. .'&>',
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If., .. 45A4' .,;.r." ',- Based on manufacturer's suggested retail price for s ? Stop theE5HE :,.: ::; 'was winner of the Ocean;rPalm"Country
'" : 7;;: the car Price does Include p ?k'
; yr.- ::' not :dealer preparation : MJxV<) -, Club Championship?
,510:: Y it- charges, If any transportation charges state and 'Pfij:- *
/ ,tournament. the
; .% local taxes. rt as y.3"cz> s's sitl Runnerup in
J".t i s: ??p :ss,;: competition was Kent Holland
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; en Class, competition, at Ocean

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morning were Mia
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T \ 8 Buy Fords US.builteconomy Dee, McGuire. Johnny,.

...,. .. cars Allen was, winner of the
guests, low ,putts" event. .
I .U: 5'I;, '-, Low.pu ts went to,Lou Hall.'

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