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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. 37 NO. 40 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25. 1969 1 W 53.SD A YEA:1:

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Flagler Beach r HEAVY RAIN CAUSES FLOODING IN FLAGLER J, L. Hooper Bunnell .

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HEAVY RAINFALL FLOODED many areas throughout Flag- ..
I CommissionersRezone ler County Sunday,,afternoon. The Bunnell area; was delugedby Purchases Approves \ 1

an estimated 8 Inches of rain, flooding several I city streets, ,I ,,1

Property highways, and causing,,a, bridge washouf.' : Hall-unilin -: New Budget ..',. .

A section of Moody Blvd., between Bachei- and Chapel I
Acting on the recommendation Streets, was under .'''water and several cars were'.staUed J. L. Hooper of San Mateo,, The Bunnell City Comm'n-! .
of the City Planning before Florida has purchased Hall sioners met in special sessionMonday !
the section was closed to traffic. Water was (Ito the head.
'Board Flagler Beach City up ; car Tumlin Chevrolet ,Company. night to complc1"
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Commissioners Thursday lights.Lake The new owner took over op work on the budget whir
night Unanimously voted to Lucille overflowed its banks causing flooding in the eration of' the company Sep. they have been working on t'v*,
rezone lots 1 thru 12 In blocks courthouse area. Trucks parked behind the post office appearedto tember 23. the past several weeks. ,

2 and 3 in Fuquay subdivision be afloat as the tires on the vehicles were not visible. The business was purchased The millage was raise"from .
and all lots in block 50 ''In: 1951 by Hall-Tumlin six mills last year <,-*
of Moody subdivision from from W. E. Kudrna who established eight mills far: the new bu"1 -
.:., residential to commercial. y-V the business in get. The extra i'.wo\ mills w'** J

: The commissioners also .ac, tti 1925., Prior to.being the Chevrolet be placed in the Water Fu:.'1 .1"
\' cepted the Planning Board's' dealer, Kudrna" operatedan Budget. ,

recommendation to deny the auto"garage at the site. The General Fund Budges'y;
request of Mr.'and 1\frs. Grady Hooper: stated he eventually had only a slight :

Prather, to rezone lots 1 thru plans to erect a new buildingand from $102.261 last year t-*.
J 11 in block 29 in Moody subdivision immediate plans call' for $102.589 this year. The general .... ]

J ., from residential .,to increasing (the ,Chevrolet serve Fund Includes a new p-u 1!
...., commercial. The commission r' .Jce. He, added that the same lice car and a new pick-u" 1

,. .. voted 3.2 denying the request. ,personnel will be on hand to truck and an air compressor( f!.
," In other business Thursday serve the local customers.: to be used for general shop.
H
night the commission:' The Water Fund Budget'wa"
Hooper, who has served as.
. '
' : 'I' e Adopted an ordinance governing rn service manager at Bain- raised from $45,918 last yearto
j the construction- 3' bridge Pontiac In Palatka the $49,514 for next year. Th"
: main increase in expenditures
bulkheads the Intra-
along past' seven years, is married
" was for the expenses incurred
coastal
waterway.
and has three children. He
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1 ,:.,.: ,' r Adopted; a resolution extending and his wife Peggy,,and children project In the Including'sewerage 'and paying water'cf:,r
"t.. ,the time limit to one bxegp. r4t reside In San Mateo.Hooper fees.
'I the loan for engineering
rF.l.,.' *" year for Coastal Cable Co.; to' :said he plans..to move.',toFlagler The Water Fund Budget includes
: supply cable television for the' 'County in' ,the near. repairs of_the roof on*
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city, I I. ji.'JMI future.
the water reservoir and a pipe'
Instructed, the City: Attorney Several,! homes in the residential areas were!surrounded by .. locator. v *

to draw a., .dog, leash ordinance large but', shallow patches of standing water Hwy.. n, between ARTS &: CRAFT v It was pointed out, that. the
: US Hwy.. 1 and Railroad Ave., was covered with])water ,and US ADULT CLASSSCHEDULED increase in taxes was needed "

Authorized M 1 iyor Herbert Hwy 1 north of Bunnell was under water. It wap reported several : partly, for increase of water;
,." Fuller to represent the city at sections of'Interstate'95 were under water aJ o. and sewerage projects and
the Florida League of Municipalities Closed : The Arts and Crafts ClassIs the fact that there was an under i,
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to, (traffic: was North Anderson St., here.. a bridgewas registering for '.the Fall
convention at Dayton: collection on' anticipated j
washed out.Unofficial Term. This is
an adult class,
na Beach In October.,The city water sales garbage taxes, ,
.y 'authorized payment of the reports- Indicate rainfall at ,Flagjer, Beach and sponsored by the Daytona. city licenses and general taxes .! J

$35 registration fee ,for ,the surrounding areas .measured 6 Jnches. 'Wadswopth: Fire {Tower Beach Junior College.. Anyone astryear. >
" ... ..* -" f'* 'i "'5.80Mnchl s"felI'- ? : ..., ,j..Vyelcome. to:Jofrv. .The __ :
"'" "' mayor ,reported > t{roni; .p.'"rh. U1t"d 3y t 3i T;a. m.-Monday;" class *%feetsr'ar? 1.l''' .: Approved purchasthgi'a! 1.$10 \Cabbage .farmers ,who had planted their crops can't tell Beach Recreation Hall from 1 tA'MES BOYLE ;:: t

.V. ?/ advertisement In the Wornan's whether the' young' plants have been damaged. It will'depend''on to 4 o'clock on Mondays. Mrs. PASSED

i /.1.'(' Club birthday; cale.nda '., the amount: of sunshine In Ithe. next few days and If the Alberta Hencken/, the Instructor AFT, '0'
r4f': Authorized the City Clerk to rains .
. I.,. Issue checks for water bond subside. James F. Boyle, Sr., 73, 201' S

payments in the 'amounts of Bacher Street; Bunnell, died
'$9,827 from, the" sinking fund c OF ,c EMBE'BSHIPDRIVE' L L.* ,JOIN YOUR, Wednesday afternoon, at Bun. I

,/' for water bonds; 'and, $11,700 FLAGLER. BEACH. :' .... FLAGLER CHAMBEROF nell General Hospital after
GOES GOOD several weeks illness. ,
from the Interest and sinking MAKES SPORTS "COMMERCEVOLUSI
fund for the,3.90"- general obligation Born in Braddock, Pa. he
bonds. The Board of, ,Directors and AFIELD MAGAZINE:: moved to Bunnell 3 years ago _
.' membership committee of the : PLANNING :from Norfolk, Va. He, was a
Flagler Chamber of Commerce Flagler Beach had a half retired steel worker and was
held a breakfast meeting column: write-up In. Sports WILL BE DISCUSSED a member of the Catholic
ED'S PURE, Monday morning ait 7:30 to report ; Afield in the.September 'issue HERE OCTOBER 8 church.

,.: OIL SOLD: on the progress of the In, the department entitled Volusla County officials are Survivors include a daughter
membership drive.Membership "Sports Afield Where To Go scheduled to hold a meetingat Mrs. Patricia Balock
Ed Zeller announced Tues Chairman Lee Guide". The column began Bunnell Civic Center at 8 Cleveland, Ohio; two sons
\ day (that he has sold his Pure Drazba reported that 87 memberships by saying that one thinks of PM Wednesday, October 8 to James Boyle, Jr., Jacksonville

011 station at the corner of have' been paid. the seaside areas' as being make a presentation of their Fla., and Edward Boyle, Fox
UJ9.: 1 and Highway 100 In Many ,others are in the process crowded, but Flagler. Beach Planning Commission to the Chapel, Pa. .
I Bunnell to John A. Brown! effective of mailing checks or doesn't fit :that picture. various boards and commissions The body was sent tp> Turtle i

immediately.Zeller promised to pay on the 10th "A low of Flagler County. Creek, Pa. for funeral ser- ,
of October. 4 ; ,budget area, because Jim 'Ebert, who announcedthe .
said that he has vices and burial.
it has .
'" "I' 1 with lagged somewhat in resort meeting at the Chamberof '
leased a new CunninghamPure am rea pleased Craig Funeral Home Bun
it
has
Oil :station In Ormond the response", said Drazba. development, special Commerce Directors meet. nell, was in charge of local
Beach located on Nova Road "Our' drive is going to be a appeal: to boatmen and Ing, said that County Com, arrangements.
real success." fishermen"the/ story con: missioner Robert Stricklandand
at Tomoka Avenue He began tinued.
I Jim Ebert invited the board Bruce Briggs, formerly
operation the new business ADULT EDUCATION,
on. Tuesday.: ., of directors to attend a meet. Then, the writers'told of, the .with the, regional,, planning CLASSES STARTED '

'. t Zeller has been Ini the sere ing he has scheduled at the 852 foot pier'where-sea trout, group would. 'make the, pre. '
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WEDNESDAY' P. M.
Bunnell Civic Center' for ,October sentation. They will outline
vice station business in Bun. bluefish, sea bass, flounder
1st to discuss planningwith the manner In which Volusia Classes in Adult Education ,
and drum are plentiful. The <\
number of and
nell for
a, years Volusla County officials... article, also mentioned surf County will conduct their fu. began Wednesday, Sept. 24 at .
; is Bunnell City
serving as
"-; Commissioner will .continue The Board voted (Ito'attend: fishing, fresh water fishing at ture planning., Bunnell High School. Classes
Ebert said that the Board of will be conducted Wednesdayand
Gore Lake and the fact that
to' reside in Bunnell
.;t built DISTRICT GOVERNOR1SPEAKS. 'Intracoastal Waterway lies County Commission Flagler Thursday of each week..
where he has
recently
.;1 iv;,' within Flagler Beach,city lim Beach 'Clty'Commission Bun- from 6:30 p. m. until 9:30 p.
new home. .
a TOBUNNELL ..
its. nell City Commission, Chamber -, m. ,
discharged
': Brown was recently of Commerce Board and Subjects to be offered Include .

':,'. from,military service. : LIONS The article concluded witha Flagler Beach Planning and General Education pre-
/ 'of
; resident
; He has been"a District Governor Bob Peck mention of 18 motels where :Zoning Board were all being secondary, English Math,
,\> Bunnell for, several years of Lions International was Tqtes are "cheap"',' but the: invited to attend. Science Social Studies, Typing '

having attended ,Daytona.,* guest speaker. .at' Bunnell fisherman: must bring his automobile 'The Mel Conner study was beginning and advanced .
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I' ; Beach Junior College. Lions Club Tuesday noon.Governor because there is no just' the first 'step In' plan. and Art..: Courses may be tak

Peck introduced transportation available. ;ning", Ebert said. ,"The real en for credit toward a high

Deputy' District Governor Earl planning for the future, must school diploma, or for. non- ,
BEACH LIONS '''INVITE ..:'- Caldwell and Zone Chairman It sounds like a pretty nice \come[ as we follow-up. We credit.
-A.,' # gDcnLJordan.' place to go to fish and relax ,shall! see' 'what Volusia Coun Interested persons may reg

BUNNELL CLUB ;Peck ''told of the International for a day or a week or: the 1 ty is planning, and go ,from ister for classes at the.high
'
Flagler Beach Lions :Club convention at Japan. Heir rest of your, life. j there. We are hot ,obligated in school weekdays from 8:00 a.

( met Monday night 'at their' emphasized the need of ,retaining t any way except to listen'; m. until 4:00: p., m.BULLDOG'S .

! club house for a dinner meet old members and. TIDE TABLE: "
The 'club decided to Invite seeking new ,members., '. '
ing. SCHEDULE
+25: to Oct. '"1 .. .1969 FOOTBALL :. "t,
the Bunnell Lions'.Club Peck told the Bunnell'TJons, Tides for: Sept. '

to a Joint meeting, on.;October what Is .wrong. in Lion Clubs IIIGII LOW Sept '26 .....t...:..........::...'..."....Sanford Naval ,..._.., Home

13th. :today and told them how to,*. Oct.,'3 ...................::.:.,...,..,......St. Joseph .............. Home

Hastings Lions, Club pres. 'have an'act1ve' club. \ : Day"A.M. P.1\L A.M. P.l'd. Oct. 10 ..:...,..........'::_:.''N';,...._Taylor. High...,...,,...,.. Home

" ident. vice president, secretary Four visiting''. "Lions from 25 "7:36. 8:00: 1112. ,,1:36' Oct. 17 ...., ......._.v..t.i.f; : : .......Florida Deaf ...._._..? Away

and- a ,director were Flagler -Beach y were- 'Introdu 26 '8:24 9:24 8:42: 2:361.3:06 1:54': ) 224; Oct: 24 '..._... ........?....:T_. _.....Baldwin ..........._;._. Home
ced. zr 9:06: : :
,.. .' guests. Since did not the scheduled,' the' It was decided to sponsor 28.' 9:54 ::10:12 318'! ,3:54: Oct. 31 ..._... \'l.,..;.'. ......._.Ha wthome .............. Home
speaker appear .
\ Hastings Lions were encouraged three ditty bags for service 29 10:36: 10:54: 4:00: 4:36: Nov. 7..............?..-_......_..Father Lopez .......... Away.

to participate In the pro men in connection with, the :o -11:18 11:36: 4:42: 5:24: Nov.: 14 ...-...-..........._...........Hastinprs .............:.... Away

gram. Red Cross project. '1 12:01: 12:06: 5:24 6:18 J JI Nov. 21, ..........;. :.._.........,..._West Nassau .......... Away

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THURSDAY. SEPT. 25 1969
2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
QIIjc 3FlagIrr driliintc
Enters:= all second claaa matter
INCORPORATED February 6, 1913. at the poat-
DUNNELL. FLORIDA office at Bunnell. Florida, under

JOHN ''A. CLEOO ,A. tpf.. March 3._1876.. c.iaICE < Lean Western "Center, Cut"

Editor and Publisher lOe Pee. Copy {

CETTB & McDANIEL 'On. Year "3.1U O.cwINa, Pork Chops
1 "Newe Editor Six MBtha "2ne.1"'ted
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aewepaper for an ,.
Ontvldo Flajcler County'
Legal Adyertlelas 94.0O Per Year I

EDITORI L'I lb. 89

FLAGLER AND THE CRIDER PLAN ....

Our Fourth of July Freedom editorial told of the plan of "
Representative Crider of Duval to do away with all of the small U. S. D. A. Choice '

counties of Florida, including Flagler, and consolidate them into '

larger units. ", v- RIB STEAKS lb. 9.a
The Cider bill states The Legislature of the State of FlorIda ,

hereby finds that small'counties can provide public service '..', '.',:.' ,
only.at a high cost (Ito the people and to the state, and that the .4'**,;.
people in the counties will be better served and receive more U. S. D. A. Choice .J ,'
efficient and responsive government by combining two or more '
,
counties Into consolidated counties. ROUNDBONE -
ROAST Ib. 7S
Forty-two counties would be consolidated Into :fourteen

counties leaving twenty-five counties with their same dentity.The ,
counties would immediately be identified by letters "A" ,

thru "N." Fresh Lean

County "H" would be composed of Clay Putnam, St. Johns

and Flagler. The name of the new county would,,be determinedby
the voters at a later date. A list of at least five and not more GROUND BEEF 3 lbs $169

than ten names would be submitted: by the new consolidated
County Commission The name of the new county could not be

the name of the counties so consolidated.The -

county seat would be located at the county seat. of the Lyke'a-Sugar; Creek" SLAB : Lyke'a "Sugar Creek" ALL MEAT;
largest county according to the 1970 federal census. That couldbe :
either St. Augustine or Palatka.: St. Johns county claims to SMOKED BACON -1 FRANKS

., be slightly the larger by unofficial census today. .. lb. (Each 45c) 3 12 oz. $, 29
The Board of County'Commissioners would be composed of SLICED FREE 68c. Pkgs. .&'

five commissioners. One from Flagler, one from Putnam, one -
-
from St. Johns, one from Clay and the fifth from either Putnam
or St. Johns. They would be elected county. wide over the new Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D "SPLIT"BROILERS

four county area..

All properties, records, obligations, indebtedness, roads,
equipment, prisoners and buildings would transfer to the new .1 Ib. 38

county. The racing commission funds would be divided equally
so that the new consolidated county would receive one portion.

I The Crider BUT would go into effect in 1972 immediately .....
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after the primary and general elections would be held to ,elect
new county officers, IF the bill Is passed by the 1970 session of SMALL *
the Florida Legislature.As I MEATY SPARE.RIBS lb. 68 I

we reported in a news story during the last session of
the Legislature, the Crider bill' passed the House Committee

with very little opposition. It was too late in the session to be Lyke's 12 oz. Can ,

considered by the full' House." However, Rep. Crider and several L Each CAR' ATION't
big city newspapers and TJV stations expressed (their, sentimentsthat NCHEON.lMEAT.. 49e6Vz : ',
it would easily become law In the 1970 .session. /
Del I Monte Can EVAPORATED MILK
: oz.
informed ,
We are by one. of our local representatives that '

the Crider In Consolidation the 'House. Bill*. has "top priorl for early'' consideration CHUNK TUNA 3 For 9ge. 6' Cans Tall $J."f 00'


It Is Itrue that a few of the big counties have sufficient votes Del Monte (Halves,), No. 2Va Can '

to pass the bill if they so desired. But, we have ,been encour- For Limit 6 with $5.00 or more food order
aged by friends in the Senate that the Crider Bill is far from PEACHES 3 89e.
becoming law. It is expected to have strong opposition, In the V.
Senate. Del Monte (:A.s't. Flavors) 46 ,oz. Can '

.' The Senate has skillful ways of "pigeon-holing" or ''side FRUIT'' DRINKS 4ForFarm 1OO MRS FILBERT'S.

(tracking" undesirable bills and in a state wide election year

we can hope this would be an undesirable bill. .. Value ., Large 20'oz. Loaf OLEO

There is still a need for the people off Flagler County to organize For
to their Integrity the other BREAD 3 6ge.
protect as a county. Perhaps : Ibs. '
forty-four counties about to /be consolidated: are ready to' or- : \ '2'
ganize also. (in Qtrs.) 49.

So far we have been content to say "It Just'can't happen.*'. MAXWELL. HOUSECOFFEE
But, noW we know it is about to happen unless we organize
our total energies to see that it,does not happen. /
FROZEN FOODS _
When do we start? '

I John A. Clegg \ 1 Tin lb 47* Morton's 20 oz. Size

SEPTEMBER Beach Taxpayers Association PEACH PIES Ea.
* September! September! O meets at 7:30 p. m. in the Mu. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order or APPLE 33 e
I. wonderful time, \ nicipal Hall. Committee 'appointments -
September, September, Lend will be made and Frosty Acres (MIXED 1O oz. Pkg.
, hue to my' rhyme all members are' urged.' to at 'FRESH PRODUCE For
, ANDS
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tend. CARROTS
O color the leaves from yellow 2 3Se
(0-)
to red,
Oct. 1 Sweet Juicy:
Wednesday ; Flagler
And drop them safely where
cool winds tread Beach Garden, Club meetingat 'LOPESLarge :2' For; 49C
Yea Hasten the Autumn 1:30' p. m. in the Flagler : :
\ Beach Municipal Hall. BAKERITE
with glories' anew, '' ,
with Mrs.A.. Jansic and Mrs. G. Crisp *
Anoint: each morning
-
Frank are cohostesses.0 .. For
" Glistening dew (- -) CUKES 2 19c lb.
'. Adorn the present as you have 3 *
',i the past .' Plnettes will meet at 8 p. Tin 39'Large
at the home of
Ere winter shall come with its m. Mrs. Dot Green

\ withering blast Wilkinson at San Mateo. BELL 'PEPPERS For Limit 1 with $5.00
; .2 or more food. order
And end your beauty, for me 19C
t'. .. 'I, dear BUNNELL. ,A .. I
> so >'* t
4 r" ; f To await .September another.
.. \,' year \, FRIDAY'NIGHT, I .
"f. '. Edle Damron The Bunnell Bulldog Eleven wlil
? will meet Sanford Naval
Y CALENDAR OF
Academy here at Bulldog
EVENTS ., :-, Stadium this Friday night.

"";. -- Today, Sept,- ,25- : Tlagler ening The Bulldogs game with lost their Crescent,op. FOOD RODGERS STORE
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," County Nursing Council meetsat City last Friday. ((1
9:30 at Bunnell First United. Bot mil
')* ) ..teams.should be.fairly -
Methodist Church:
;
or evenly;matched and be "nil
., (.o"1! '
keyed"for va
food Friday
Friendly Circle will,meet at game. .. /
., .'" 8 p. m. at the home of,:-Mrs. night. :. OPEN, SUNDAYS
Phone
K '-. H. V. Peavy, Forsythe St., Bun LETTER. TO THE EDITOR: BiOO a.m.-l:00 p.m. ; 437-3227
nell. I miss Florida. > -- U.S.'No..
" (-0-) Ed Van CokRamsey Quantity Rights Reserved. Prices 1 BUNNELLGood .
Monday, Sept 29: Flagler ,' ,J. Sept. ,25, 2G, 27-, 28 and. 29- ,. 1969r'
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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY SEPT. 25. 1969 Municipal Recreation Hall. '
The club was organized Sep- I
[ tcHuacn itember 1963 and the Rev. E. I'r'
About SP/4 Knox leaves Sept. 28 Ii. o
: Lester Gtanton' served as the I
for Fort Lewis, Washington first chairman. ;
where he will leave for his ;
Our. Servicemen second tour of at Vietnam t NEWS There were 33 members I
.V duty I C : llhbJSPECIAL present at the club's meeting I l''
? Knox recently reenlisted _
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AIRMAN BR1TT in the Army for six years. Tuesday night, according to )

% ____________ publicity chairman Walter 1)
TRANSFERRED h" t, 1/1/,r* SERVICE this Sunday. The. subject Is Creal.
*: & ASSIGNED NEW -?
TO MEXICOPvt. "Reality"
.
Airman Darrell Britt, who ''I I
METHODIST
AT.F. B. A correlative from
passage
completed basic training Sept. Carol Fryman, WAC, is Science and Health'with Keyto .
15 been at Lackland AF Base, has spending 12 days leave in SUNDAY SEPT. 28 the Scriptures by Mary TPcdienilsjSpeofciricj' -1
transferred to SheppardAFB
Bunnell
with her Mr.
Texas. parents, In' observance: of Christian Baker Eddy affirms: "When
Airman Britt has been as and Mrs. Bill Fryman, before Education (Sunday the child man Is governed by God.theever 3""
leaving for an assignment of.
and youth! of the present Mind who under-
signed to eight weeks train. duty with the WAC Detach- ren Flagler .
Beach United Methodist stands all things, man knows ,
ing in Air Traffic Control at
ment at White Sands Missile '
that with God all BY HOMER R. BENTLEY !
Sheppard AFB. Church will participate in the things are
Range, New Mexico. "
morning 'worship service Sunday possible.? ,
Pvt. Fryman has. been sta' .1 ; 1 ept.428. All a.re. welcome. The new section of the hospital '

HOME' ON, LEAVE tioned at Ft.:' McClelJan, Ala. : ,, ..' 'Music will be provided bya has finally been com .
Specialist Fourth Class since April 1969. trio; Misses Kathy Bourne, GOSPEL SING pleted with the Installation '
Charles Knox is spending 30 Her new address will be: Debbie Johnston and Donna of carpeting this past week. "

days leave in Bunnell with his! Pvt,'Carol Fryman 263-86-OO31, Whitney, and the young AT BUNNELL, The only other'area remain- <
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy WAC Det., White Sands Mis children's choral group. PENTECOSTALThere ing for completion Js the In- S "
Knox. sUe Range, New Mexico 88002. Chairmen for the special stallation of, air conditioning
program are 1V rs. Clyde Duen- will be a gospel singat grills anfl the aid condition .,
sing Jr. and .Miss Kathy the Bunnell Pentecostal ing motor for'the central sup- ,t

Bourne.. Holiness Church Friday, Sept., ply. and surgical suite area.
"Your'' New Name" will be '26 at 8 p. m.' The public. is in The intensive care units of ,f

ED ,ZELLER the topic of the sermon delivered vited. ., the hospital were formally opened :;
by the Rev. Dallas Brown. The. Rev. Lamar Llngold on Wednesday, September '
ing, pastor.CHRISTIAN'. will be in charge of the special 24, 1969, and further In'J'J
ANNOUNCES. music. formation pertaining to that .

ED'S PURE OIL in Bunnell has been sold and he .SCIENCE' ... particular area will be foundin "t'
SENIOR CITIZENS
next week's "Patiently
has opened ED'S. PURE' OIL in ORMOND Nova CHURCH SERVICES TO ELECT' OFFICERS Speaking" column. :

Road and Tomoka Ave. SUNDAY SEPT. 28 OCTOBER"7 We are pleased to welcome '
"The kingdom is the Lord's to the Bunnell General Hospital '5

Ed thanks all his local customers who have* and he is the,governor among Club The' will Flagler hold. its Senior seventh Citizens an- Staff, Mr. Henry F. Dunning .....
the nations.- ,This St. Augustine, Florida, S
traded with him in Bunnell and invites them to passage nual election of officers
from Psalms {s Included in the who has been appointed Chief ,
come by his new station in Ormond. Christian Science Lesson Ser Tuesday. October 0 7 at a. covered of Inhalation Therapy. Mr.
dish supper-meeting at
,mon to be read in churches Dunning comes to us from the
6 p. m. in the Flagler BeachITI.S
'Flagler Hospital, St. Augus-
tine, Florida, where he was in
charge of the Department of
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Inhalation Therapy from July
THAT TIME through September until such -
MAN OR WOMAN time he was secured for this

facility Mr. Dunning receivedhis
Reliable person from this area to service and col- : ,.Duo-Therm. Oil HeatersAND training in Inhalation

lect. from automatic dispensers. No ,experience Therapy' the Walter Reed
needed we establish accounts for you. Car, ,: Medical Center in Washing

references and $985.00 to $1785.00 cash capital Fedders Oil Furnaces ton, D. C. He was active in

necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent setting: up Inhalation Therap'yDepartments

monthly income. Full time more. For local inter- .* throughout Ger-

view,' write include telephone number, Eagle Industries Hart, *: 1 Refrigeration &, Elec. ServiceOld many the during United his States tour Army.of dutyin He

4725 Excelsior ,Blvd., St. ,Louis Park, has worked as Assistant '"
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.' ,Minnesota. 55416 : I Haw Creek Road., Phone 437-3698 Chief Therapist at; the Union
Memorial Hospital in Baltimore -

Maryland, and as Staff
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Inhalation Therapist at the

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; 2f" ;; : : : 'J i" ;" previously he was -<<
:: 4_" : 1It. . Chief of Inhalation
.' GMAmerica Therapyat
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tI-.J'M '-1 '" J"IIJ",.:" ,.." '1L, In I \\J. I 'I" "' \
the Flagler Hospital In St.
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j,. Augustine, until he assumed
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facility.We
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'. 1 ;;r. to the staff, Mrs. Patricia
J.i., '
r .''.'' :\'.,,'.:, .t",.r ii?!" : "I.l ".\ 0'",c." Dunning, wife ,of HenryF.
A. "
,,\ Dunning. Mrs. Dunning has
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,' S. Unit and Recovery Room sec-
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ning 'graduated -
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S_ .5 Memorial Hospital, Schoolof
: ': 9,1\; J- ,.:.. ., ,, I Nursing, in Baltimore Md.
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charge nurse in an eight bed
: ': medical, surgical intensivecare

:' unit at the Union Memorial
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f Hospital in Baltimore. She

t worked as an Intensive Care
I ,.. Unit-Recovery. Room Nurse at
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l ,. Hospital in Winter Park, Florida
:',' and held /Ithe same position
I ,A : !. ; with of
: along Supervisor
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( 4 Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine

Florida prior to assuming -
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;.,; ''"'1"."' ". .'' "' "',. \ ,,11. ,-il&j.. .... ,. Halloween Candy that can be
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; 4- .; >" V.\. ." iJIUIHIIILL Halloween. The bag of candy

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,You'U_ .. finding a wagon as easy to get as a : At Bunnell: Fruits Jeweler

Try it sometime. 1. "% *I With a rubbered stair built right i into Cooks Sundry; Tucker's Groc

Climb into anY-otnel&v3gon.: :teen ,climb into the bumpeii t.: .'. r cry,- Hospital Administration

.I' ',: ,one-of.ours.L;: .. :": .'jnrwNit, yMMfcj: <.,.3& With,a ro riAA# t slants thoughtfully forward so f'{"': .1.... office, Jiffy Food. Brannam's;

> Chevrolet :wins in -walkf: :: ytrir' (' :: : you_won't hit,ypur head. ':'., IGA, Chicken Pantry.
.With duaJ-ac on'"ioor! swAgs'open' ,'' Look into walk-in at Chevrolet dealer's. '.' : V" ::1. ) At Flagler Beach: Atlantic
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TRIBUNE TH-.RSDAV. ,
i MR. AND MRS. ROBERT M. ABBOTT J. D. BARBER 4 THE FLAGLER _

.,. .... 'r TIP'T.T I' .. .... 't r" ....... 5S5TAND MRS. D. R. MORGAN ..
CELEBRATES91st .. --- -'.._ ..
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BIRTHDAY: I
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J. D. Barber, pioneer resi-
dent of Flagler County cele- "
brated his 91st birthday at
a picnic dinner at Bulow
State Park Sunday.
Enjoying the affair with Y
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber
were Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Varn of St. Augustine, Mr.

and Mrs. C.: A. Byrd, Seville, r 44 .:
Pete Barber, Ocala, Miss Diana j I
McKnight, Gainesville, ) _
Annabelle Barber, Shelton t r ty

1 2+ Barber and Mrs. Audrey Mc-

KnIght, Bunnell.

ENJOY NASSAU CRUISE
Misses Carol Jean Smigiel- rw

4 ski and, Donna Akins. returned
home Friday after enjoy-
ing a four-day cruise to Nas-
sau .aboard the. 6S Bahama
Star.
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ATTEND GAME ; '

Among those from Flagler '.
county attending the Florida-
Houston football game at
Gainesville Saturday, were R.

W.. Deen, Jr.. C. H. Cowart,
Kent Holland, Dale Brown,
Jim Hargett, Dave and Kather-
w ine Perryman", Kay Perrymanand '
Susan Hlgginbotham, Til
: !I.ITh: man Robinson) Hal and Helen F y
Lp
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; Jordan Buddy and Myra -- --- '.Oiw+MLw.
Wadsworth and Cherry Wads- Photo By Ted Hein matron of honor. 'She wore a

worth. '. KOZLOWSKIMORGAN full length, gown of avocado
green chiffon with long
E VISITS AT LAKE DISTON sleeves. The empire bodice

Major and Mrs. Jon Shaw NUPTIALSHelen; had a wide band of dyed to
.
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,""0' 111, :_ ,....._ """' .....!.!j ....... .:.- and children of Washington, Marie Catherine Koz- match Venice lace. There wasa
Photo by Theo C. Heln matching braid. A cluster of D. C. visited at Lake Diston I lowski became the bride of flowing ,panel of chiffon

MISS HUGAS, green velvet ribbon and fabric recently with, his parents At- Dickey Ray Morgan in a from the neckline to the hemline
leaves held her veil. torney and Mrs. Leland B. double' ring ceremony at' St. in the back. Her crown
MR. ABBOTT Bridesmaids were ''Mrs. Jack Shaw before leaving for' Ger- Stephens Catholic Church Friday was a cluster of illusion and

'- EXCHANGE VOWS Knight, sister of the bride; many. night. Fr. Antonio Leon seed pearl petals and it helda
Miss Sandy Abbott, sister 'of Major Shaw,' who' has beenon officiated. Mrs. Charles Wor- shoulder veil. She carried, a
The wedding of Miss Pa. the bridegroom; and Mrs. Rick the medical staff at Walter ley was organist. cascade of yellow''roses.
qulta Ann Hugas to Robert: Maher, sister of the bride Ft. Reed Hospital the past three The bride is' the daughterof Faith' Wilson, cousin of the
M. Abbott was an event of Lauderdale. TheIr'gowns were years, 'has been assigned as Mr. and Mrs.'Bernard,Koz- bride was 'bridesmaid and
Saturday evening at the Bun autumn gold and identical to Chief of Psychiatry at a hos- lowski. The bridegroom is, the she wore an Identical gownin
nell, First Baptist Church. The those of the maid of honor. pital In Heidelberg, Germany.; son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles avocado green.,,
Rev. Charles Anders performed Ross Bass waS best man
Jerry Davis Flagler Beach, Souther,' Tampa.
the double ring candle- was best man. Ushers were HOME FOR WEEKEND Given In. marriage by her and Harry Daniels. Daytona

light ceremony. Mrs. Charles Rick Maher and Jack Knight, Mary Ann Steflik, student father, the bride :wore a floor Beach was. groomsman. Ushers -
Anders was soloist and Ray brothers-in-law of the bride; at University of Tampa spent length gown of peau de sole were: Bobby and Mike

Mercer was organist.The and Mike Abbott, brother of \the weekend at: Flagler Beach and chantilly lace in traditional MIsslnrie.an'd Gregg Coats.
't bride is the daughter of the. bridegroom,' was junior with her parents, Mr. and. white. The fitted bodice There was a reception at
Mrs. Russell Blanton, Flagler usher. Mrs. Mike Steflik. had a panel of chantilly lace the .Flagler Beach Recreation
Beach and Mr. Jack Hugas There was a reception afterward accented with sparkling se- Center. Assisting were'' Mrs.

St. Augustine.. The parents of in the church hall. DEEN-.FAMILY; ?;. f '. ,, ,N quins in the' ;rdnt. The long, Marietta!" 1f1sslnlCherrl'; "'
and
the bridegroom. are Mr. Assisting in the serving SIXTH'ANNUAt! ,r\\, .,r' pointed sleeves.-were. touched Hanna,:Molly: Missinne, Mrs.
Mrs Jack Abbott, Flagler. were Mrs. S.' H. Cameron Mrs. REUNION,'OCrl 5' !. with lace appliques. A slightly Luetta.: Wesley, Scranton, Pa.,
.... Beach. Lee Blakely, Miss Johnny Ruth ; full skirt swept Into a chapel and Marilyn Krutz. Donna
Given in marriage by her Miller Mrs. Jerry Davis.' Mrs. The sixth annual reunionof train. Her crown ;was a circle Dearing kept the bride's book.
father, the bride wore an orIginal .Jo Ann Britt kept the brides the Deen family will be of stand up late petals Out of town guests Were
formal gown of Imported Sunday, October 5,, 1969 at .
book. each with seed pearls' from Mr. and Mrs.' Orville Massey
sUk organza, featuring an Among >the out of town TTenacres Kraft Athletic Club which a bouffant veil of illusion Harlan, Ky., punt and uncleof
A-line skirt, empire waistline guests were Lt. and Mrs. at Fernandina Beach, Florida." Jell to her .fingertips. Her the groom* Mr and Mrs.

and long, sleeves fashioned Wayne Gallez-,- Indiana; Perry Registration' twill' begin at flowers were a cascade of Charles Souther, parents of
with.Alencon lace cuffs.Alencon Tim, Andy and Jenny 10 a. m. with a picnic dinnerat white roses with. an insert: cor- the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Paul
lace and pearl appllqued Blanton, Branford; Mrs. Madeline -" 12:30itoon, and the annual sage!: Rohrs, Mallnta, ,Ohio aunt
motifs enhanced the waistlineand Mrs. Holl- meeting at 2 p., m. Mrs. Johnnie .
Maher, Judy Pelllcer was and uncle of the bride. Mr'5.Rohrs
skirt. The cathedral train oman and children, all of This association is comPosed is also'the' bride's :'God
was attached to the bateau of descendants of '
Daytona Beach; Rev. and Mrs.C. Phillip VISIT, IN .BUNNELL Mother; and Mrs. Luetta Wes-
neckline with silk organza John Trois New Smyrna Deen, the Revolutionary Patriot -
ley, Scranton Pa., great auntof
roses. Her bouffant veil of Imported whose son, Nathan Deen, '
Beach,; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Recent visitors at the home. /the bride..
French illusion wasat ''was one of then early pioneersof of Mr and Mrs. F. H.
Coleman and children, Se- Howell, After wedding. trip to
tached to a crown of Alencon' ville; 'Mr. and Mrs. S. Kennedy Appling County, Georgia. Cherry St., Bunnell, were. Mr.: 'Mexico the couple will be at

lace and 'seed pearls. New Smyrna;' Airman and Mrs. Howard Martin of, home oni. Kings .Road. Flagler
Miss Connie Baldwin Day- Jack: Abbott, Del Rio, Texas; VISITS IN ALA, Savannah Ga. Beach.
tona Beach, was the maid of and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Abbott MrsMyma Knight ''returned Weekend houseguests at the The bridegroom Is ,employed -
honor and. she wore an em- Daytona Beach. home Sunday er spend- Howell home were Mr. and 'by the Department of
erald green Saki, cloth floor After a wedding trip 'to Ing' several days in Dothan,. Mrs. Tommy Lynn and Mrs.I. Transportation and Public
length gown of empire,design, West Florida the couple will Ala. visiting friends. g. Howell of Immokalee. Safety.
accented with braid. The
pan-
home in Homestead,
el train and mandarin neckline -> Florida.PIKULA _
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were trimmed with ,
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TWINS .
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph' L. .ALL DRINKS ARE FREE? :' k'::
I doityourselfTHRIFT Pikula,.Jr. Titusville, are par :,: ., ," ,.: fa::"
ents of twin sons born Sept. .' r"'r:
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YOU'VE LOST
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18 at Jess Parrish Memorial r ,'; '- I, :
Hospital Titusville. YOUR MIND! ':- :to ':!
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r' Anthony James Pikula ,. UT... 'v ,, ;'- {\,\ ; '
f COIN CAR WASH weighed five pounds at birth :
and his brother Lawrence Ed- (>. /:. : t

i f '- ward Pikula weighed five and .,.. 'I'. ,; '. :
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25 one-half pounds., db .. :<''-. : ,'"""I
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They are the grandsons of .. ,;. \ to
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ben- .,J'\:4UY ; :, ', .J.t :v'",
Famous pressure spray nett of Bunnell. Mrs. PikulaIs ; .. c .:." 'II''f .Ii'. I. ;. \; '
gives car a "long-last-: .
your the former Jennie Bennett. )'( : .,. I' .,
lag< lustra" q leaves it like .' ,p."t,,-.' '. Upon pTBMntatfon, of teal *d.*tIoCII ..: '. '- ," .... .
new again. New cars: washedsecrularly "* ". ". afire you end your wIM. or your &I"i.' -i.'": / _I'
with Thrift-T scientific STEPHEN DANIEL f'f- I --, : it1f\r:*:.' 1'. fMnd; (wr, I.II!) a 'reedrtn"; -: :.. 'l :rl .
t. formula do not need to STRICKLAND (,' '..' f'YJ ;" ;"." :' ...... wit"' dlftMt'. ."i...' ;.,; '. .
be waxed l ti h 'n w : : u; ST.Auourrmrs hNru'RUTAUIWCT> ,': .,:-'t"
.ever. .
or polished. 'i1
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Come on out and try it. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Strick "; .. ", ,' .J'' "',t:_'", SPANISH ADO CONTWEMTAt CUISNCyiA .
land, Favorita, are parents of )> '

T THRIFTCAR a son born at., .12:10 p. m.' ,: : J':): :- ': .< ; ; It I-; ;; ','

Thursday, Sept. 18 at'Halifax' _" ..r- :.
c Hospital, Daytona Beach. -. ... .. J ., "" ... ... { .'
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He weighed eight pounds \ 't-\.J. .. It',) \ L'J !
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BUNNELL,:_FLORIDA.P. Mrs. Bob'Revels, Favorlta'lathe : posada"l.1 Menendez Restaurant.jl.,. >, ,1'IOST, MAJOR .\ fi -. 1
S. Don't:forget, to do your maternal''grandmother :P;r?(rvu THt WATERfRONT BETWEEN THE FORT AND THE BRiDen.; f _" CREDtt.CARDS '. .
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;Amy's': and Mrs. Sadie ',.Strickland. ." ; V .:;.;:''ttO.tu..t: ; jj.'
at : Laundry. ; ,. 'I1&'c' tT.AUGUSTINEFLORIDA tt1rf.NOI\ED
laundry
; -. Ormond Beach, is the paternal. ., .- ; !'-'aiYaWda: 'KeiaiJidez"'JIarai2i6: ; i;'.r .....,....... .......n.......-. JJ".\ .. ,.* '* ",I Iu

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FLACLER
TRIBUNE
: URSDAY. SEPT. 25. 1969 with cut bait for the blues.
LEGAL ADVKUTISKMKIVT LEGAL AUVKUTISEMENT
Jack Westbrook caught a

The FISHING The ocean s-cleared, nice eight pound bass Tuesday IN Till CIIICIIIT COURT FOR IN TIlE CIIICIIIT COURT*, HIOVfSNTii }J j
I LINE rough surf and strong currents Veteran KI.A( C.KIC COUNTY K1.OKII1A JUUIUTAI c i iic t;IT. IN 4
morning. angler
ANU FOIL FLAGLEIt'COUN-
By BETTE McDANIEL are subsiding, and large Otis Magee, Flagler Beach CIVIL< NO. niV. 02H-O TV FLOIt1UA. .
schools of fingerling mullet EVELYN It. McGILL CAMPS NO. 623 II IV. II1VILLIIMnNitMERRLTT
caught several large Spanish
have Plaintiff *
Local
anglers can ready Invaded the waters. mackerel, one weighing 7 VII, ,
their tackle and head for their Manager Cecil Westbrook while DEAN M. McGIL4 VII.
pounds-9 ounces plug. Defendant JOHNNIE MAY
MERRITT
favorite' fishing spot, as reports reports several nice catches glng off the end of the pier. NOTICE OH- !SUIT Defendant. .
from of large bluefish TO: Dean M. NOTICE ftV
throughout the weighing McOlll| SUIT
Varying quantities of large
one to Crown Hotel TO: JOHNNIE MAY MERRITT,
county Indicate fishing Is on three pounds were whiting have also been 677 E. Colorado Blvd. address unknown
the, upswing after taken Tuesday morning at Pasadena California YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
several Flagler caught, Westbrook. said. YOU ARE! HEREBY NOTIFIED that a. Complaint for Divorce
slack Beach
days. Pier. Anglers (-0-) that an1' action for divorce has been filed against you in the
were fishing on (the bottom SURF FISHING has been filed against you and above styled Court.c'dd you1 arerequested
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-- -, --- you are required to serve a copy and S serve
of your written defenses, if any, a copy of your Answer or other
... Fishing in deep holes near to It on Donald J. Saps of Duffett. written defense' to said Com-
shoreline at low tide Harry, and Saps Attorneys plaint upon JAMES II. TUCKE"t.
the has for plaintiff whose address is Attorney for Plaintiff at Post
: ...., ... produced several nice catchesof 120 East Granada Avenue P. O. cetoD1t'fe 398. Bunnell, Florida
x. Box 2633. Ormond Beach Flor- and the original thereofwith
Jj I It i '> j ... bluefish and whiting. ida .and Ale the original with the Clerk of the Circuit
:" er e DUe eA .. I, (-0SING'S -) the Clerk of .the above styled Court. In and for Flagler' County. -
"'" d ... .I.rr'! FISH CAMP court on or before October 27. :. Florida. Flagler County
'f ," ;; "' ; 1969; otherwise, a Judgment-:may Courthouse Bunnell Florida nor
yr, ....... :. be entered against you forthe before the 23rd day of October -
". A J .IJ'. Mrs. Kauffman) reports Varied relief demanded In the complaintor .' 1969. I
petition. / If you fall to do so. Judgment -
catches which include
,
:. i. : WITNESS my hand and the by Defaultwill be taken
I bass and have seal of said Court and '
: 'I {.') trout, croakers on September entered against you forth.
\ 22, 1969.
: into relief prayed in said Com lalnt.
this
VANITY FAIR ;: ,:, been brought Bing's GEORGE M. MOODY DONE AND ORDERED at
KAYSER MISTEE .' week. said Court*
.;. > tkKh t Bunnell. Flagler County-. Florida -
.' ,t. i.. :1IM ? tt; Norman Bacon and George I* Emery 1 .- this 17th day of September. .
: 'iIJf 1;; As Deputy Clerk 1969. '
PLAYTEX ALBERT AND Hathaway of Daytona Beach (Circuit Court Seal) OEOROE M. MOODY 1
ALBERT "
boated 14 trout In the 3 to 5 _Sept. 25. Oct. 2, 9. 16. 4tc. Clerk Court of the Circuit ,'

FLEXNIT \. pound range, one weighing CARD OF THANKS (.SEAL) .

,-' MAIDENFORM -. 8 pounds, two large channel The family of the late Mrs.. Deputy By: Julia Clerk R. Harvey; '

;', ;. .' bass, one mangrove snapper Lonnie Mae Spearmon acknowledge Sept.. 25. Oct. 2, 9.. 16, 1969 4tO /
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I '. and 25 catfish. with',grateful appreciation -

: p IiI,, .' Two other Daytona Beach your kind expres- Florida has five species of I

1 ;; :. fishermen brought in twelve sions of sympathy. bass.. The largemouth bass l

: r trout, weighing/ ::1 to 7 pounds Signed -the Florida largemouth bass, '

i' they caught in the inland Mrs. Dorothy Spearmon the Suwannee bass, the spot- I

; -(. waterway. Moore. ted bass and the redeye bass. !

f \ ; Ell Edwards of Jacksonville

tl r 1Lp caught five nice trout one

\ ,' weighing 8 pounds.Unfavorable :

-" \ : weather con- SEPTEMBER
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SPECIAL
.j' ':ii \ \ c' : ditions prevented many of the j

.', "'7.f' \\l\\\\ regular fishermen from trying :

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their luck during (the week- '

!-Bl.t.: .. .J. 1it A FREE GREASE JOB
/ end.Evidently
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there is never a !
; WITH EACH OIL CHANGE AND
\ rAIiF dull FILTER
: > ? moment at Bing's I

Mrs. Kauffman reports an unknown AT \ i
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t. fisherman pulled into

:' I the camp Sunday with a 5 ft. SAXON'S SHELL OIL SERVICE f'
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jJ \" .pW E rattlesnake on his line. He

iI I hooked the snake while fish- Hwy. 100 'and Interstate 95 Phone 437-3800 :;
4i ing 'at Matanzas and asked

< i; H Q sk someone at Blng's,to shoot the We Give S & H Green Stamps S }i

.( snake could the
.q k so he keep

skin for proof (What an .. .

:t 'exper1en --.to. reel in a rattle- h4
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at the' due to the "k .. .' !J ,
:: : ; :; camp exces- I Ih'
I. e
water in Crescent 'v 't : .Jf' -"'-
: sively high ;: ;.
'...i"'L '.b "- (. r;. and Dead lakes caused by'.the/< "".1: .': ... I ....,. ', ,"fir,.' !"1. I 1 s... ( ,., .... ..,.: '
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.' ..'Utr-I recent heavy rainfan. ..n' ., '.' ., ; t" .. .d", "" ""<; l'J'.;'. .' .j., !.1." '.':,'."". \1 j .....J.'f-:... '

..; Some catfish, Varying in' ... .. .;. 'JJ;..' '.',."''iI "".'. \.'( .f- '. ., :. '">.11:,;'"' I ,...,....,........ 'f>' =.. .1, ... I I
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'-' size, .and very few speckled :" : \ 'or'" r .fJ,. .."" -' ',IJ''"
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of Bunnell' .- ) ( \; :"/, : '1-'r. .J. "i. tJII'. ,'.i, ,'..::.. .'i, 1I 1- ;,<
\ Sammy Bertha ; I ". .ak I'l'S"' ""t'T":., as, ., '.' '. 'ri 'I .,
boated a nice four pound' 'bass.' : I,.. ;: : ; ) ,' ,
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IN IN RE FHOIIATE: Estate of NO. O3O \ ;

RUTH Deceased.PETREY. .' I \ v,1 '''t

NOTICE TO CREDITORS r. ... ... t. .. : ...,
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING .,.
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ,'

NEXT TO POST OFFICE IN BUNNELL t i AGAINST You notified and each and SAID of.required ESTATE you are to:hereby file- 69 VW, 2 door sedan, 0 origin- I. mile!f s,:I vj/[ $f 4i'v, :.:'

any claims and demands which' htr/defroster, also rear defrost 5 new tires j, ):' :
you. or either of you. may have ; ;: :

against the Honorable said estate T. In K.the McKnight.v office of adJust.'bucket'se ts, 4 speed synch. trans.,. .. ;il;', ., i){;

at County his office Judge in of the Flagler Court County Housein many xtras, good gas mileage Showroom. '. '1" / ,\ '

calendar Bunnell.months Florida from within the time six condition. First $1799 takes it. __. ; :'i' "J,: ,

of the first publication of, this '
notice. Each claim or demand '.5 < ."
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must be in writing and containthe _.:;
place' of residence and post \. :. :
r [; ON TIMECERTIFICATES -. : Jem address .0.:0 heto l% f (: \
be by the \ ,; f ;, .
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C 5 % claimant his agent- or attorney .
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PAUL H. PETREY., JR.- .: ... ..r .." .f '. #
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VOLUCIA MINIMUM $3.000-90 DAYS P. O. Box .296 <( !f1f ,\ ", I! 1

NATIONAL COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY, Attorney Bunnell. Florida.for ExecutorFirst 32010 : ,,,. '.:'" ..'.\ .r...; Jt j if.: :, I ;
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BANK, Flu 677-8217 175 W. Granada I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT : .' .t'c, .' ::: ,t' : '> "f, :', ;':

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Onnond Beach Florida r NOTICEAs ,', f.
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provided by Section 372.021. f. .. ...: !
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hereby given that the Game and ." ..
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Fresh "Water Fish Commissionof ;
the State of Florida under the "f" r. n?" 914fL f.r. rr j.. ', ,
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power. and authority granted '
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the State of Florida In official' -
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approved and adopted an Order ... .... '. .
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'. i Number 165(69-45) establishing .. ,} "y.; : .". .! ,
HALL I I and dtehnl'Wl1dll? L .!IE -.' 4 l... J. ; ,
RECREATION : .
FLAGLER BEACH boundaries of 'P'. "
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Refuge, near Roy In Flagler .t! '..:'r. '" 1 .....a '":t' '
SPONSORED. BY .. .., :
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t. T' and has duly' caused certified '.' ; : .:.- .. : .. : :
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Disabled American Veterans copy of said Order to be filed '
with the Secretary of State of .12; .* **.** Rqlatka I t >' '
the State of Florida, and with : ; f. ,
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: TONIGHT affected of the State of Florida.- ;' BOier'Volkswagon") ." '
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and, that copies of said Order .
.t: ..: REFRESHMENTS may be obtained from the Com- ': 1
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shall be punished by Imprisonment .ed: throwing or laying down 6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY. SEPT. 25 1969

F A Tresspass for not more than 6 fence oJ:. opening a gate of Class members discussed

months or by fine of not more .another- when It exposes cropsor MIKE BARBER gown styles to be worn for
: Law With Teeth than $500.00 or by both. "Tres- other property to waste, destruction ELECTED SENIOR graduation.

pass with malice" .(enter with or freedom; taking, .ft was voted to assess class, .
DENNIS E. EMERSON Intent to Injure. damage, or severing, or Injuring farm or CLASS PRESIDENT members $1 to finance the'

Farm Bureau Fleldman have remove property, grove, "crop, grove products of any money Mike Barber was elected homecoming float. A float

Fanners for years or animal life shall upon first value; trespassing after! warning president of the senior classat committee was selected.
unwelcome
been victims of
trespassers who either unintentionally conviction be punished by imprisonment ; and cutting of growingor Bunnell High School at the They also agreed to sponsor

or maliciously destroyed for not more fJiari standing timber. Accessory first meeting If the school fund raising. projects for the
one year or by fine up to $1- persons to trespass violationsare year Friday, Sept 19. Other prom;
personal property.
000.00 or by both. Upon the subjected to prescribed officers .
Farm Federation elected to serve wereMarian Members solicited advertising
Florida. Bureau .
has actively supported second conviction of trespassing punishment- also. Irvin, vice president; for the 1970 Pinea Mon.
with malice the punish. (.Continued next week) Lesa Knight.. Beth not contacted
stronger trespass legislation secretary;: ,, day. Anyone for
... because of the" severe abuse, ment shall be imprisonmentin Matherly, treasurer; Barbara' an ad in the yearbook Is ask.
for
destruction, theft, and injury the state prison not BUNNELL. LODGETO Wilson, reporter; and Jeanne ed to contact any senior; ac.
fine of
more than 10 years or ''
done to the farmers personal Higginbotham, parliamentarian. cording t o 'Barbara Wilson,
HOLD PAST
not more than $10,000 or by '
property. The 1969 Legislature both. reporter.
MASTERS NIGHT
passed a strong trespass Section 822.23, Florida Stat. SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain
law; one, that if enforced will with trespass Past Masters Night will be
utes deals'severely CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING fields Installed: Rota-Roter
curb much of the trespass violations violators who enter farm, held at Bunnell Lodge No. snail shell. .Reasonable prices.

now occuring. fruit grove, ranch etc. with intent 200 at p:3O: p. m. .on Tuesday, Call George Jarosz' 437.3410
.. The new trespass law makes to commit any larceny or October 7th according to an 8-1-tf

Jit unlawful to enter on posted ;depredation or other offense, announcement made by Gabe

,I cultivated, or fenced lands if he be armed with a dan Neeley, Master of. Bunnell NEED NEW TIRES?? See our

without the owners permis gerous weapon.or if he makesan Lodge. selection of ATLAS tires. Before

sion. One must have written assault upon any person Neeley ,said the session buying check with Knox

permission or ,previous consent lawfully therein. The offend. would open at 6:30': 'p. m. with TROPIC GARDENLet Oil Company, U. S. Hwy. 1 for

of owner to hunt or fish er shall be punished: by im the first section of degree us help beautify Flagler the best deal In town. TFC

on another's property. Offenders in the prison fora work which would be followed County. Large variety of ever

are subject to strict penal. prisonment lot exceeding' 10 'by a supper in the Lodge greens, palms, hedge plants. SLIGHTLY SCRATCHED In \
ties based on (their Intent A period Dining' Room. 5% miles S of Bunnell on shipment 8 new 1969 Zigzag i

person convicted of trespassIng ., years.The ."Trespass with malice"I Past; Masters Night Is an U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc sewing machines with full '
"without malice" (enter 1 r factory guarantee., Nationally
annual affair' of Bunnell
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section of (the law covers a -UrICLA
'UD:: 'FREIGHT
brands to be sold
effect injure advertised
without design to In all masters I .
Lodge which past
violatorsof ,
great many specific 5 Deluxe solid state fully
.' for each
$29 'or $6 monthly.
or remove property, which a few'are mention.Buddy are invited to participate.
grove, crop, or animal life) transistorized stereophonicHigh These machines may be Inspected
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Fidelity consoles in
in warehouse at Unclaimed
HOSPITAL NOTES beautiful hand rubbed finish. Freight. 529 Volusla

.. ADMISSIONS Deluxe BSR 4-speed record Ave., Daytona Beach, Mon.-

Lula Bradley, Kimmie changer and 4 speaker audio Fri. 9 a, m. 6 p. m., Sat. 9
system. To be sold for $79 a. m. 1 p. m. Itc.
Black Dina Snyder;; Agnes ,
'each. Can be paid for afr $6

; Knox Sez Everhart,. Letty Thomas Copeland Pelll-, a month.: May be inspected in FOR SALE-Used 2 cushion
George Twigg,
warehouse at 529 Volusla in sofa, $20; 5 piece dinette,
: cer, :Mary' Mandziara,. Walter
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Daytona' Beach. Mon-Fri a $27.50; solid wood coffee and
Jenkins Harold th.
Hlgglnb m-6 pm- Sat. 9 am-lpm. Itc. step-tables, $7.50 each. Jerry's
am, Grace Wray, Oreta Thorn
Furniture, Old Dixie Hwy.,
Charles Wendlandt, Clifton FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished -
195. Phone 437-3752
''i Have You Got Problems? SchipferJEttie Hunter,. Pauline frame house with large near Itc
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Horton, Theodore Mc- yard, $55 per month, Von Bu. BEEF CALVES FOR SALE. -

.. Knight, Garner Sanders Catherine flow Ranch. Call 439-2371 Itc cALL. 437-3563, ,. Itc

Ensley, Sharon: Emery, -
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1. t: Kids in;; school:. ./ .."....f-I ....._................ / Veronica.;Jones, :Pearl Fillman

,I ,.) .;. .,.- .*;! ? Jt:; Joyce Clark, Kenneth McKay, "
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Garvin William
King, Insurance
Y '" Flagler County
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.. Skinned knees :.; : ;_'{:*** Naomi
Sims Evelyn Cooper,
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Baby Boy Cooper, Z. D. Holland "

..5' ':. Neighbors dogs and cats 1'/ r .- ',\; i;j Cherri Hanna Milton Agency lilt.

( .,.. ,,s,:vTelevision -.",;. -'. + t Wettsttain;'.. ,'

-': \ don't work'o.' i"'."' '?:>>-. DISCHARGES Mathfs: Insurance
f, ;; ; Louvada Reginald All Forms of
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Parker Carolyn Buckner ,

.4x Refrigerator frozenup... : -4 ,\;. : Catherine j-Bowen, Relda Gar- J! 305, East Moody Blvd. -:-. :Phone_ 437-3171

r ". '." .* "... Y'..' .HL .' }/: ..-fl.!- ./.oflStove :. ..'\.'..: .., del, Madlyn Neeley, Orville.. '?" a :'
'. ..t: "blew-a fuse y.' ""T'l'. .' '4(/;"' .- .F Decker, Jack Abbott, Mildred* t, .. .. 1(1pnnell, ..Floridai32010LIFEEIRE.AUTOCASUALTYBONDS. ... .
-, ;" ..' I Aycock Dina Snyder Kimmie :
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I ..; Roof leaks : I f -' .fJr. ...1. : Black, George TwIgg Letty

.. /. Copeland Edna Black, Walter 1 A A
Jenkins, i Charles Donahue,
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I .: knocked over what not stand., '/ .. Eugene Holly, Ruth Hunter,

4 : ; ':". '. Joyce Clark, Joseph Lemos, j '
1 S and ashtrays ; ,
Theodore
Clifton
Schlpfer, .
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;" '." ':;. f .", ; McKnight, Naomi'Sims, Sharon MILLER'SAI..A ,REStAURANT
Yard and to trim K :" Hall. .
to mow hedges ?. ,
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And lots more IN TifF .. COUNTY I JUDOE'S
r COURT IN AND FOR KtAOr.KIl Notice of Change of Hours:
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.dy. COUNTY, KKOIIIOA .
IN I'tlOIlATB. No. 928 .,''t,o' ." ., : j I
Yes you've got all' the problems you need IN RR: Estate oft .
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.without worrying about staying warm this I win REGINALD ecea.ed": TO.. .CRFDITORS CRAMP. .,,'v :rS. .S .,;'JP'.i*V. =: ,. AND. SATUim" :"', *
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ALL '
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TO CREDITORS AND ALL : r"--;
;. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OU 4-idp. M. *'
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: REMANDS: AGAI SAID ESTATE a.
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.:: : : c. hereby You notified and each, and or required you.. are to
Let .tak.e'care of your.heating problems with claims and: demands SUNDAY 11 a. m. 10 p. m.
.'me" '. .. .,'. which present you any or either of you, may '
: have against the estate of REO-. -
fuel '
the beat .of'service'and our cleaner burning: INALD R. CRAMP. deceased, late I x .
of Flagler County Florida to
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: : the County Judge of Flagler '
for less maintenance. ; THREE DAYS A WEEK ONLY
County at his office In the County
V Courthouse. Bunnell Flag-far ... .> ,.:
County. Florida; within six : ( "
months from the "date of first -
Ask your neighbor, he knows. publication of this notice.
Each claim'or demand must.be
In writing.and must state the
/ ., ., Place of residence and postof-
.... Keep this winter with flce address of the claimant and ,
snug must be sworn' to. by the Claimant SPECIAL -
_. j his agent or his attorney '
oc It 'will be barred according I
( to. law. 4 ft. x 8 ft. Va inch per Sheet
[ /a/ Harry T. Tryor $3'95. ;
JAMES H. TUCKER & Sheeting ,Plywood i ..,........._......... t
.t Buddy Knox Oil i Co. HARRY for. VRYOR the Executor Attorneys -- 2",:x 4" x 8 ft. 6. 5. Each

I O BoxProfessional- 398,. Fir Studs ....._.....;.....:.............,....... .. e.'t"

__ Arts BuildIng ATLANTIC 'HARDWARE &' '
Bunnell, Fla. Phone 437-3652 or 437-3944 Bunnell. Florida ,. ,
First Publication on Sept. 18,
/ 1969. '" .' SUPPLY CO. J Inc '
Sept.18. 25. Oct",,2.; 9. 4tc. .

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT!! MOODY. BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH ...
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'f .' I PHONE 439.2303CRAIG :
NOTICE UNUKIl FICTITIOUS .
NAME .AIV1- -
Notice is hereby given that n
i the undersigned..under the provisions -
of Laws j' : "
of Florida,4Acts I 11lh.9 will( reg- ,
NOTICE later with the Clerk of the Cir- : cuit Court in and for Flagler
County. Florida, upon receipt of
":.. The Supervisor.of Elections will be at Flag proof of 'publication. of this notice H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
the. following fictitious .
ler Beach City Hall Friday, October 3 from 9 name to-wit: I : JOHN CAPO ManagerAIR
Frank's Bamboo Lounge
a. m.-5 p. m. to register'voters for the November 'Under which I I am 'engaged inbusiness. .
,. .' at! Flagler Beach,
4 OXYGEN
I Special Election, :, Florida. .That the party Inter- I TATYV' I
ested In said business enterprise 'CONDITIONED
7 .\ I Registration''oks'will-close. October 4,1969. ,la. as follows: I ATTENDANT. I EQUIPPED
: Vrank Pittard ) J
"t CHAPEL ;. AMBULANCES
t t : '* and that,the undersigned la the ; '
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.... ... .-, :. .-t -t .'....,.. Dar t: E. SfiUth : \ 'only person Interested! in the ..
1'1. 1. said bualnesa. 'Phone ID 7-3532
Superyispr of Elections
U' *' : Dated at Bunnell. Flagler :. .. '
i\ Flagler County, Florida. County 1919. Florida. September' 10, 201 E;':MOODT BLVD. : 'BUNNELL. FLORIDA

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... .... .... ... THURSDAY. SEPT. 25. 1969 such bonds shall be issued unless EDMONSON TELLS vide a home for delinquent
....-........... ADV....[..--"auMa'4l'1Tr ------ a state fiscal agency createdby
J 1 Jr law has made a' determinationthat youngsters.
IN COUNTY .JUDGF.'S COUnT bonds shall'be UntiedCon.tUut7onXo8t8lr urlluant In no state fiscal year will OF FLORIDA SHERIFFS Sheriff Edmonson said

uA KI.AUI.KIt COUNTY' FLOItI A7V of the. the the debt bonds service and all requirements other bonds of GIRLS RANCH Plnellas County is the pro-

' ." '\ IN IMIOIIATR NO. O2O the. Article Constitution; x'lVBectkTn "B?""of' secured the "second by the gas pledged' tax" allocated portionof posed location; and "Florida .......

\1" [ IN AL.1CK HE: ESTATE A. I>OJL.L.EN.OF. aka ra7eTydegrfrrV57fxl"Udl as to the county exceed seventyfive Flagler County Sheriff P. A. Sheriffs Girls Villa. Is the
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ALICE (76%) of the pledged portion Edmonson today announced proposed 'lame. ,
DILLlfJN.t aKa afSiScfi
Is ot the "second gas tax' allocated -
Al'ICIO &
" Deceased.$1.R DILLEN reference as a part adopted of thlll to that county for the that, the Florida Sheriff's Association The Sunshine State Wom-

NOTICE TO CIt3UITOn incorporated I all though preceding state fiscal year of the has taken another en's Chamber of Commere, of
I' pledged net tolls from
,r TO CLAIMS ALL, PERSONS Oil HAVING except bonds or ereln tax verbatim. facilitiescollected In thelappre- Important step toward estab- MadeIra Beach originated the
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I, AGAINST SAID ESTATE KMANr> certificates, hereafter anticipation laaued ceding state fiscal year, and of lishing a proposed home for "Girls Villa" idea, and has of-

J 'You notified and each and of you are here. thereunder In excess of may five bear interest not the annual during average the net, first tolls anticipated (6)- needy and neglected girls fered to contribute accumulated -

1 any by claim and required demand .to which file per annum or percent (5%} )- years of operation of new proJects -" similar to the Florida Sheriffs funds and assets whenv
est ae authorized to be financed. Bonds issued
p you. or either of you. may have statute paned may be by pursuant to this subsection- Boys Ranch. the Sheriffs Association takes
against aald estate by a three-ftfths
In the .'
'. of the Honorable T. K. office Me. 'leglelatuvote of each houae o bonds shall the pledged be payable tolls and primarily from of He said the Association's over the project. ; '
portions ..
Knight. County re't ? '
Judge of 4.revenue
Flairlai or the "second gas tax' allocatedto Board of Directors, meeting
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county. at his office in the Court alta an.tlcIPatlon certificates
I, House In Bunnell. Florida withIn after J b uneS."oe..d 1 J?:?:.auant thereto that, county. in Tallahassee September 19 C. HXGGINBOTHAM

i six calendar months from the (b) HEFUNDINO BONDS., (d) SCHOOL BCNS., Article approved a five year master
: time of the flrat publication of Revenue bonds to XII. Saction'18: of the Constitution IMPROVING AFTER '-
this riotlce., Each claim or demand state finance the of 1885 aa ,.,amended as It plan representing an Invest- .... .
cOlltdof capital
projects is-
must be In ,
writing and r to the date this existed ..Immediately before this ment of over 750000. SURGERY
contain the re-
place of residence
revision
becomes effective
Is
and poet office addreaa of the ,rlalon projects becomes of the effective Florida Includ- adopted by this reference as part Following the pattern set by .',
:" claimant and must be sworn to turnpike state of this revision as Clifford Hlgginbotham Bun-
: completelyas
,
by the claimant his agent authority or Its successor the Boys Ranch, the proposed
or attorney
but though Incorporated herein
excluding' all nell who underwent brain
or the same shall be of the state highway Portions verbatim except bonds or taxanticipation new Institution will be supported ->
void. be system may certificates hereafter surgery last Tuesday at Uni-
refunded
/WARREN as Provided by law entirely by voluntary
Executor L. DILLEN ;JX"hout vote of the electors at a bear Interest issued not thereunder In excess may of contributions and its pur- versity of Chicago Hospital, Is

LELAND I Flrllt Publication B. : 4 Sept rate by the average Issuance Interest of bonds cost five percent(5: %) per annum orsuch pose will be to prevent delinquency reported to be Improving. *

P. O. Box "299 SHAW obligations refunded, than the authorized higher by Interest. statute as passed may by be rather than to pro- According to word receivedby
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Bunnell Florida 32010 secured by Mrs. R., W. Deen Jri Mr.
the same revenues only. a tlffee-flfths vote of each..houseof ,
t Attorney for Petitioner. c) MOTOR VEHICLE the legislature. Bonds issued Higginbotham has been trans
Sept. ,4.. Tl FUEL "
11. 18. 25. 4tc Es. pursuant to 'this subsection (d) ,
(1) A, state tax. designated shall lie payable primarily fromrevenues 6. ALFORD ferred from the Intensive Care

LEGAL APVRnTISEMteNT!! second' gas tax" of two cents as provided In Article Unit to a prlvatte room at the
(2c) per gallon XII. Section 18. 'of the Constitution -
IN counT OF COUNTY JUDGE and other like products upon of gasoline petro- of 1885. as amended and If Real.Estate Broker clinic. His new address is:

KI.AGL.iaiV! COUNTY, FLORIDA leum and an equivalent tax up- authorized by law may be additionally University of Chicago Hospital

IN rilOUATK NO. 922 on to propel other sources motor ,vehicles of energy as used levIed -, the full faith secured and credit by pledging of the Registered N227 950 East 59th St.,

Estate ofVEUNA by Article IX Section 16. of state without an election. When Bunnoll Florida Chicago 111. 60637, Div. of
H. authorized by law bonds issued
FOLK. Deceased'THE the Constitution of 1885. as'
STATE OF FLORIDA TO amended is hereby continued' pursuant to Article XII Section A "Neurological Surgery Testing.
ALL PERSONS INTERESTED for a period of forty (40\, consecutive 18. of the Constitution of 1885 1
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID years.The, proceed of as amended, and bonds Issued
DECEDENT: said tax shall be placed monthly pursuant to this subsection (d).
You are hereby notified that In the state roads distribution may be refunded by the issuanceof
a written Instrument purporting fund in the state treasury. bonds additionally secured by
to be the Last Will and Testament h(2) Article IX Section 16. of the full faith and credit of the'
of said Decedent has been t Constitution of 1885.. as state only at a lower net aver- after see
admitted to probate'in :.said' amended. Is adopted by this reference age Interest cost rate. you
(e) DEBT: LIMITATION. Bonds
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Court.You as a part of this revisionas
are hereby commanded completely as though : Issued pursuant to this Section & your doctor .
within six calendar months from orated herein verbatim for the: 9 of Article XII which are payable -
the date of the first publication purpose of providing that after primarily from revenues
of this notice to appear In said the effective date of this revision pledged pursuant to" this 'section % bring
Court and show cause. If any the "second shall not be Included in apply- your.prescription .
you can. why the action of said gas .prscefercedtht: therein ing the limits 'upon the amountof
Court in' admitting said Will to shall be allocated among the state bonds contained In Sec- toNM' "
probate should not stand unre- several counties In accordance tion 11,. Article VII of this re- '
voked. with tlje formula stated therein vlllion.
/sT.. K. MCKNIGHT to the extent necessary to com- IN TESTIMONY, WHEREOF. :I .
County Judge ply with all obligations to or have hereunto set my hand and a
Flagler 'County. Florida for the benefit of holders of affixed the Great Seal of the
First publication on 9469.: bonds revenue certificates and State of Florida at Tallahassee QI
W. FARRIS McGEE tax anticipation certificates or the Capital this the 27 day of .dp .fIhUq .
Attorney for Executrlces any refundlngs thereof securedby August. .,,A. D. 1969. .
P. O. Box 356 any portion of the "second TOM ADAMS .
Bunnell. Florida 32010 'gas tax." SECRETARY OF STATE Professional Bldg.
Sept. 4. 11, 18. 25. 4tc (3) No funds anticipated to (SEAL)
be allocated under the formula r "" '" .
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN !! stated in Article IX. Section 16. Eta; Sept. 11. Sept. 25 e
of the Constitution of 1885. as J
COURT OF* COUNTY JUDGE amended, shall be pledged as security
Kl.AOI.KIl COUNTY. FLORIDAIN for, any obligation hereafter
I'UOIIATK Nol| 822 Issued or entered Into except ,
ESTATE OF VERNA H., FOLK. that any outstanding obligations -' } 9 v iii 4 dam' G .K + ?3a r v'P"r"era., r y'cp :' ; .
Deceased previously Issued pledg- 4 s'a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ing revenues' allocated under-
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING said Article IX. Section 16. may .J
CLAIMS OR, DEMANDS be refunded at a lower net average -
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Interest cost rate by the
You and each of you are here-.. Issuance of refunding bonds. THOMAS R. GARLAND Manager
by notified and, required to file maturing not later than the obligations General' )
any claims and demands which refunded, secured by.. and part-owner? of Hobe Grove Y >_ .J'

you. or''either of you.,,may have the same revenues and any other 'Associates, In Hobe Sound, Florida g .f"
,
against said estate In the office security authorized In' para'
of Honorable T. K. McKnight, graph (5) of this subsection. irrigates a 4,000-acre .citrus' grove with

County Judge of Flagler County (4) Subject. to Phthf2)r:1ult, electric 'pumps to lift well water.Into
at his office in the Court HouseIn ments of g ditches. He
Bunnell. Florida. within six subsection and after payment of. : reports We have 'forty ,
calendar months from the time administrative exp'enaes.. the .f. 10-hp electric pumps for irrigation, and ': '

of the first publication of this "second gas tax" shall be allocated are well pleased with the push-button ''
notice. Each claim or demand 'to the account of each of
must be In writing and contain the several counties in amountsto :- operation. Electric motors for grove irrigation r >.

the place of residence and post be determined as follows: ,, have proved very dependableand
office address of the claimantand There shall be an Initial allocation -
must be sworn to by the of one-fourth (%) in the efficient at low cost both In opera-

claimant his agent or attorney. ,ratio of county area to state tion and maintenance, as compared.
or the !name! shall be void. area one-fourth (%) In the ratio with any other fuel." "'
Mrs. :Helen S. Krouse and Mre. of the total county popula-
Betty K. Carnahan coexecutrlxs. tion to the total population of
Farrls McGee the state in accordance with the
First publication on 9469. latest available federal census..,
W. Farrls McGee and one-half (H) In the ratio of
Attorney for Executrlces, the total "second gas 'tax" col-
| lected on retail sales or use in
Iu.JeP'xFf; :lda. 32010 each county to the total collected
Sept. 4. 11. 18, 25. 4tc. In all counties of the state
during: the previous fiscal year. ,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT If the annualdebt service requirements -
of any obligation Issued -
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL for any county. Including
AMENDMENT TO DE VOTEDON any deficiencies for prior years.
NOVEMBER 4. 19 O secured under paragraph (2) or
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELEC- this subsection exceeds the:
TION amount which would be allocated -
WHEREAS, The Legislatureof to that county under the formula '
the Constitutionof set out In this paragraph
1:15.u as amended, of the the amounts r v
Joint counties shall be reduced pro-.
State'Of Florida did pass a .. 7
amend- portionately.'
Resolution proposing an
'ment to the Constitution of the (IS) Funds allocated under
<2> and (4) of this
State of Florida and It was paragraphs z
vote of three subsection shall be administered
agreed to by a
fourths vote of all the :Members bv the state board of .administration
each house of the created under skid Article a ?
elected to
Legislature. The votes of saidJoint IX. Section 16. of the Constitution 4
s Resolution was entered of 1885. as amended.
journals and which Is continued as a
respective
upon their for the life pfthis
thereon. body corporate
with the yeas and nays
board
9c.The
and direct subsection
determine
did
and they said Joint Resolution shall remit the proceeds of the
the
that "second tax" In each county
be submitted to the electors gas
account for use In said county
of Florida at a
'
of the State
election on November 4. as follows: eighty percent (80%)
special the state agency supervising
V to = % T
1969r and twen < < ?,*" -t sElectric
i. NOW THEREFORE I. TOMADAM. the state road system .,;
;.r Secretary of State ty percent (20%) to the governing -
of Florida do body of the county. The percentage -
I of the State
S
' allocated to the county
: ) ELEcCTiONicwill beaheldE in'each may be increaaed by general
IAL. In Florida l on the law. The proceeds of the "sec
County subject to allocation .
the first Mon- ond gas.tax' -
first Tuesday after which date is to the several counties under .,
"" day In November for the ratlft- this paragraph (5) shall be
November 4, 1969. said used first for the payment of
of the
. cation or rejection push-button
pledging revenues
...r. J. amend Resolution the Constitution allocated obligations pursuant to Article IX. pumping: ;.
to
Florida vis: Section 16 of the Constitution of ,
of the State of 1885. as amended. and .any revfundlngs .
'. -
: Resolution No. 1851: thereof: second, for the 'J'. "efficient at low :
House Joint payment of debt on bonds i"" cost i

RESOLtrTION propos issued as provided by this paragraph / .
A JOINT Section 9 (5) to finance the acquisition -
ing an amendment and construction of roads'as '
of Article XII delete, of the the State.prohibition denned bv law: and third, for It's happening up-to-date I
." "* Constitution to the issuance the acquisition and constructionof r groves throughout: Florida. Knowledgeable -

of revenue against certificates,bonds or tax under anticipation .roads.atate When bonda,authorized pledging the bylaw operators banish' drought worries with electric pump I

19 OK full faith and credit .06 the state .... I "
the ti'hnrltv of Section may be Issued without Any elec- irrigation, and assure high-level, high-quality yields. You can .
Article asoamendednatltutlon tion: Cl I) to refund obligations -,. "
.. of 1885 t secured by any portion 'of the ." water specific'areas as'needed. even'set-timers to turn
the L.... .- "second gas tax" allocated to a pumps =

t, ne ture. it of Resolved the State by of Florldat 16.counter of the under Constitution'Article IX,of Section 1858. ..... on, and'off automatically. 'Modern electrical equipment serves i {

'"I" "/;" That the Section following of Article amendment XII- as acquisition amended:and,(It) construction to finance the. ;,,,, 'l.. reliably year afteryear! ,helps make every acre flourish .l '

,. to be sub- roads In a county when approvi ; ,
shall
:
and "
I 1 i ted by the governing body of the 'JC' Ask-your,equipment deal r. ? ?:*, v ", .'
5 statedfororatificationrororejece and the atate : '
county agency .
.
election supervising the state road system ;.: With'ProfitJ -
: \,'' tlon at a special 196', ? and .(III) to refund obligations .ilS"t .. I=

..>_ ,.;,,,,"" held In November aecured by any portion of ,--, r. .'' ", ,.. \:.. .'. '
,. SECTYfCDfTl'boJ1.t-- the *:'aecond gas tax" allocated, / '
; ruMWA rowia a. '
TIEiL additional revenue under: paragraph 9c(4). Nor .
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,11 8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY SEPT. 25. 1969 RED CROSS I ,

TUCKER SISTERS RETURNS TO MIAMI "DITTY BAGS" ., <(
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; RETURN TO COLLEGE Mrs. Christine Deal left Sat FOR SERVICEMEN i> f* ,i"' 'i"," ",
urday to return to her homeIn Flagler County Red Cross \< Vft:'.'
Misses All Ida Tucker, Bren-
Tuck- Miami after several days Chairman.. Mrs Ethel White, ". t
da Tucker' and Colleen
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visit In Bunnell with her bro- and coworkers Mrs. Flos
:, er, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. .ther-in-law and sister, Mr. sie Haines, and Mrs. Carol At.
Tucker, Haw Creek,
Raymon
and Mrs. Jimmy JIargett. klnson. are shown filling
one ,
.left last week for Provo Utah "
Mrs. Deal's mother, Mrs. of the "ditty bags" to be mall '
., .where they are enrolled at
I. Sadie Strickland accompanied ed to a serviceman at Viet
j ., Brigham Young University. her on the trip and will remain nam. Flagle County's quotais
Alllda Is memberat
A. a faculty for several, days visit. 50 bags and deadline for '' :
the university! Brenda Is a
s
purchasing\ a "ditty bag" Is '
and Colleen is fresh-
Junior a HOME FROM MICH. Sept. 30. Greeting cards with >... I
man. the donors name and address \' ':.
Mrs. Anna Jarosz returned 1
:: BACK TO COLLEGE home are placed: In each bag. Vol.'I ;}l I
Saturday after spend "
,unteers will fit the bags Mon ,"% ;
Miss\i Delores Deen left ing three months in Warren,
>>. day, Sept. 29 at the Woman's ,* l'j
r ..Thursday, to return to college Michigan visiting relatives. Club at Flagler Beach. Addl \: M
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+ ,,Miss Deen is a junior ,at the wedding of her grandson t
tamed from, the workers. \ '
0 college Allen Jarosz.. Mrs. White, right Mrs. Haloes left 'and, Mrs. Atkinson t >p"ri,

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