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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: October 23, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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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. 44 THURSDAY* OCTOBER 23 1969 $3.50 A TEAR
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"" SCHOOL ?" SUPT. ADDRESSES LIONS CLUBS MATTHEWS

j:1 : Bunnell
SewerageV' ANNOUNCES FOR : '

\ GOVERNOR .' .;t '

: :; Funds Restored l State Senator John E. Mat-yJ' '
Jr. Duval '
thews, County an-
: nounced Wednesday that he
would be a candidate for Governor ,
Congressman Bill Chappell In 1970. He Is seeking
LOCAL NURSERYMANWINS
announced, Thursday that the the Democratic nomination.

City of Bunnell has received RIBBONS AT Matthews' who is the son of
funds for construction of Its former Supreme Court Justice
:' .; sewage treatmenj.plant.. HIBISCUS SHOW John E. Matthews, Sr. was .
t' : T
: "Chappell called { llu q
-T- C.Brown local first elected to Florida Houseof
;. "-:. \ to convey the g nevs R' nursery Representatives in 1958.
". conflrralnlAel"Senator took five ribbons for his .
.r'.-\':' sent a Holland /Jff.v/JI.: "f'f. a! the Annual: Hlbls-: He was elected to the State
Senate in 1962 and Is'now :
at Daytona Beach. ,4
r to iJPW ; <
made a concerted effort ,
'
nual event sponsored''by serving his third term.* In 1967' 'V
N"" get these funds and w$ are the| Volusla Hibiscus Society he was chairman of Conetitu-
nS happy to state they are nowavailable" tional Revision' and Ma-
was' ,
was held at the Florida
.
I, Chappell (noted. '
I Floor Leader.
M Jority
: '. Bank and Trust Co.
TThe Farmers Home Administration" '
served President
Matthews .
as -
t. I Chappell said Mr. Brown owner and op Flagler County School Superintendent James O. Craig, right of the Senate In. 1969 by '
,"Notified, him they plan to erator of Tropic Garden. 5 spoke to members of the Flagler Beach and Bunnell Lions Clubsat unanimous vote. He was, also, '.
... release the funds'''by the end miles south of Bunnell has a Joint meeting last week at Flagler Beach. Seated next to selected by his colleagues and
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'- of this year". 250 varieties of hibiscus. He Craig, right,. Is Flagler Lions President Charles Wendlandt.Also Capitol Newsmen as the /
?' '- ,, Both Congressman Chappell said his collection is one of '.
pictured ;seated next to President Wendlandt are Bunnell year's most Valuable senator.
: '..: ::. \ and Senator" Holland said they. the largest in the state.FLAGLER Lions President Howard Lerch and Zone Chairman Don Jordan. While a youth, Matthews
I.: :.ET f' plan to urge the'a4mJnistra.- served in the Legislature as a
": tlon to release the funds as BEACH PTA OFFICERS '.,t. BUNNELL ENDORSES Legislative Page. He was valedictorian
':, quickly as possible
of Lee High School
BLACK BRANCH
r Gh.appel} } suggested in the graduating class 'in Jackson
i;, telephone: conversation that, WATERSHED PROJECT ville. He was elected president

',,-7 I the City of Bunnell should Bunnell City Commissioners of Student Body at :
( have their engineers hasten ( endorsed a proposed survey Emory University as well as
v completion of all'pla'nss for a Black Branch watershed president of the Honor Society
; K that there would be no pos project Monday night. and Grand .Eastern De- .
(0. $iblehold.upof funds'cm any ( Tilman Robinson, District bating Champion.
'h technicality.Several Conservationist;' told the commission four
During years' war ser-
t. months ago the City the; (State Sol 1 and vicewith the Navy in the Pacific .
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"' of Bunnell was informed, : by .. jlf' Water ,Conservation: Board Matthews, rose from En I
," :,' FHA that the budgeted, funds would maJ had been reduced in half so / would detedm'lnethe cost of was awarded the Bronze Star.
that there would not be sufficient the 'watershed project; Black Matthews 'received his law

l"J funds for 'the City of : Branch, at the south city limits degree} from. Harvard University "
, Bunnell to receive any portion of-' Bunnell,.'would be.widened and was admitted: to the, J'-
of, the, funds, promised" ; and deepened to.. alleviate Florida Bar in 1948. He joined
I :; : them for this year. ..; _*I .flooding Iri the'cityv Black his fathers law :firm in Jack--

Ii '" This ,put the;' City ;prBtlnJnell .. .,Branch, ahzsbeen'., .b pkiixs: .+.*sonville-and*hasbeenactive, ..y __
in a financial bind because : water into Bunhell.""duringexcessive and '
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f' vln/nanyfchurch:; community
: : they were obligated to ., -. : rainfall.: .'* activities'' over the state.
: the $52,000 ", : .. ... said the federal
pay;, ,engineers a. ;," < ,.." Robinson Senator Matthews Is mar-
fee which was to be.paid. out government would paYfor 75 7 '
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ried and has four children..
Mrs. Kathy Watson, second from,. left," Is President of the;
of the first anticipated d draw percent of the 'project; and
Flagler Beach Parent Teachers Association this school term.:
FHA funds The commissioners owners within the
:, ing on property
BEACH PTA CALLS
FOR.
:
had to arrange to Oth r'omcers''erv1ng, with 'Mrs. Watson are 1 to'r, Mrs.: Jerry the boundaries would have to.
make a loan ;with Citizens Davis, secretary; Mrs. Farris McGee, vice president; and, Mrs. pay the remaining 25 per FREEDOM 'OF CHOICE
.', Bank to pay the. engineering Clyde Duensing, treasurer cen to' :The Flagler 'Beach Parent' -
, "- fees. In other action the commlsr Teacher Association met last

., / In addition to. the active FLAGLER BEACH HAS sion granted a permit tq- D. ''Thursday night for their first
assistance of Congressman PUBLIC HEARING ON SCOUT FUND. ; DRIVEBoy McNab of PR&S Construction meeting: and by unanimous ,

Chappell and. Senator Hob Scouts;; of America held Company to park an office action requested the School
land, it should also be men DOG LEASH LAW a kkCk-off breakfast Wednes trailer on the constructionsite Board to remove the attendance .

tioned, taht Representative The Flagler Beach City day morning in Bunnell as at the, Housing Authority,; zone" ,between' Bunnell
; Jim Gllsson, Eustis, made a Commission, conducted a they conducted their fund Discussed an ordinance governing and Flagler 'Beach and allow
_. number of contacts with U. public hearing on the city's drive In Flagler County. Farris mobile home parks. freedom, of choice for Flagler-
S. Senator Ed Gurney in dog leash law at Thursday McGee Fund'Drive-- Chairman The ordinance deals generallywith Beach' School.
-* Washington: In his efforts to night's meeting. The ordinance ,' presided ,- work with, the Republican requiring resident dog fast as drive procedures were mobile home sales'and rental the School Board would permit '
side of the administration. owners to keep pets on a leash ''outlined. business on Deen ;Road. Bunnell children and particularly

.t, and provide licenses and rables' Charles E. Creal, Finance those living' between
ATTEND" vaccinations, was adopt. Chairman, stated that he had GLISSON SPEAKS TO Bunnell and Flagler Beach to
AMERICAN
\ ed by a' 4 to'l vote. collected $350 The 'goal set BUNNELL PTARepresentative attend the Flagler Beach
, LEGION CONFERENCE. In other business Thursday. for Flagler County was $1000. School if they so chose. i
( night the commission: Flagler: County has two Boy Jim Gllsson; All ,officers were present at
Mr. and 'Mrs. Victor Buckles, 'Adopted an ordinance rezoning Scout Troops; one at Bunnell Eustis, was speaker at Bun. the meeting. Reverend Rey.
; Mrs. Coy Harris and Miss all lots In Block 50 of and one at Flagler, Beach, It nell PTA meeting Monday nold Hoover gave .the devo
'Catherine Harris attended the Moody Subdivision from residential was announced that plans are evening at the school cafe., tional and Mrs.' Ernest Prough' ,
[ American Legion and Auxiliary to commercial. underway to organize a Cub teria. .Gllsson Is a young principal ,introduced the
Northern Area Confer Read a request from Grady Pack and a Negro.Troop. chiropractic physician who is school staff. '
,: ence at Jacksonville Sunday Prather asking the commission serving the counties of Flag. It was reported that the ex.
1 -'October, 19. to hold a Zoning Boardof ler, St. Johns. Putnam and ecutive committee had met I
Mr. Buckles Is Commander Appeals for the rezoning .ROBERTSON AND Lake. the precious week and set the '

of Bunnell Post 115. of lots In block 29 of Moody CODY. ELECTED Glisson spoke on the subject dates for future meetings. It
Subdivision which was denired of school health. He said was decided not to have a' -
TURKEY SHOOT by the city's planning FSWC SUPERVISORSR. that'while'our main:' problemsUsed Halloween Carnival, but to
board. The commissioners set to be diseases, we pres. wait and have a Spring Carni- 4
SUNDAY. OCT. 26 Thursday, Nov. (6 at 730p.: m. AY.: Cody, Jr., Haw reek: ently are concerned about the val.A i
as the date for the meeting. and Lloyd Robertson Blminl' problems of drugs by the use bake sale will be' held in
The Flagler' County Civil were elected supervisors' of school age children.He November and a spaghetti ...
>1.Air Patrol Squadron Is spon PELLICER CEMETERY the Board of the ''Flagler Boll said that the' use of supper will be held In Jan
.:' coring a turkey shoot Sunday and Water Conservation District drugs was increasing at the uary. Proceeds will]: be used
,:'', October 26 "at 12 noon at.the FALL WORKDAYThe by voters <:''Who' cast ballots rate of 7 percent ,per month for the Children's' Christmas
f' Bunnell Airport. annual fall Workday at In Tuesda 's election. and that' there was evidence Party and library books.
Proceeds will be used fo" Pellicer Creek Cemetery Is' The'new supervisors replace that much of this increase of The following chairmenwere
the squadron's air search pro slated Saturday October 25: Walton Kinney and J. B. Pel- drug use could be attributedto announced for the vas:
gram. A picnic lunch will be, serve nicer, who were seeking reelection illicit use by youth. rious committees:

I- ed.at noon.' ; to the / BUNNELL LIONSJ\ 'r'I, TIDE TABLE r.Tides are elected for four sided over the 'meeting. Principal ner; Publicity Mrs. Margaret,
J year terms. Cliff McGrlff Introduced Fraser; Hospitality Mrs. Janet
I CANDY SALESLATED For October 23.28 Other board members are '
the new' teachers. Refresh. CUmmings; Membership.
'' ,Exact times may vary because R. W. Deen Jr., W. W. Deen,' ments were served after the Thelma' Edwards, and Program -
TODAYBunnell of influence by-winds Sr. and A. B. Johnston. .meeting. Mrs. Delores Counts. '

HIGH .-LOW- P Roommothers were: Mrs.
Lions Club members -
:. will sell Halloween can{;.l i f"D8y: : A:l\f. P.MA.M.. ,,P.M. BULLDOG'S 1969 FOOTBALL SCHEDULEOct. Margaret Fraser, Mrs. Ruth ..- f

',,'f't dies Thursday' morning,! .Octo'r X: :t23(6:30; : 6:54: 12:06: ..12:36: \ 24 ...:............._...............Baldwin ..............-.*.?. Home Danner Mrs. Delores Counts,:" ,

ber 23 starting &at 8:00: In'front :'24--ti.,' .7:18 7:3612:48' : 1:24: \ Oct. 31 ................-'....__.........Hawthorne ........._.,?.. Home Mrs.Robert Thelma Hull, Mrs.Edwards Betty Keene Mrs' !
Office. 25'8:00' _:$::18"1:30. 2,06:
of 1 the" Bunnell from.Post the' sale go 26 8:42.: ,9:00: ':.2:06. : 2:48: Nov. 7...........................*..*.....Father Lopez ..:.......' Away Mrs. Phyllis McNit, :Mrs.. Janet \ -'

,toward. Proceeds the : club's sight conservation Z1 9:24 : ,::9:42': ,2:48 3:30: Nov 14 ..._......_......_............Hastings ..........._...... Away Zamba, Mrs. Betty Miller, ,and ',;',' s
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program. '28 '10:06:( 10:24: 3:24: 4:12: Nov. 21 ...........:..,:_.:_........._West Nassau ..._..... Away Mrs. Kathy Watson. .


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THURSDAY OCT. 23,
2-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE 1969
5Flatjlrr GTribuur j
Entered aw eoconj canes matter
INCOUPO HATED February 6, 101J. ut the post-
IICNaILL, 1.1401UU.olflce..at Bunn ll. Florida under

""JOHN A. CLEOG'A..: .Act_- of 'March-4'_" 3,, 1876. C lI I, C E ( Lean Western (FIRST'CUT)
Editor
ant Publisher!; lOe Per Copy .

BETTE. S. AJcDANIEL One Year $3.5O\ Pork
Newel Editor Six Month ._ ..2.80 Chops
,D*..l natd; newspaper ,for al '
Outside Flakier County
Ies.l: Ad..ln.. 94.0O Per Year ATSI

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EDITORIALThe Ib. 58

Tribune has invited Senator :J. H. (Jim) Williams,
Ocala, to be our guest editorial writer this week to explain the
Constitutional Ammendment. Senator Williams is on the Educa
tion Committee and his views are worthy of our careful con. U. S. D. A. ChoiceSIRLOIN


sideration. J.: A. C. STEAKS Ib $119or

': ABOUT THE NOVEMBER 4 ELECTIONWe TBONEU.

voters in, the State of Florida have an opportunity toy
make a good business judgment at the polls on November 4th. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"
During the 1969''regular session of the Florida Legislature, I
became aware of ,the critical need for new buildings, at the nine
state Universities, twenty-eight Junior Colleges and thirty-five ROUND STEAK Ib 9Slb.

area Vocational-Technical Adult Centers. Th ; Legislature approved -
a constitutional ammendment. which' will be on the
November 4th, 1969, general election ballot, to continue to'allow
Small Meaty WESTERN (Ideal for Bar-B-Q)
the proceeds from the 1%% gross utilities tax that was approvedby
a 4.963 constitutional ammendment to 'be used for higher

education buildings until 1975. The passage of this ammend SPARE RIBS 63
ment is necessary since the bonding authority under the 1963 f .
ammendment expired June 30th, 1969, under a provision of the
special new state constitution.

State authorities estimate that >the enrollment in these Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB Lyko' "Sugar Creek" ALL MEAT
institutions will virtually double by 1975. State Department figures

and projections are: SMOKED BACON FRANKS
1975 'I- I
1968 Estimated lb. (Each 45c) ._ 12 oz. $",29

.State Universities 60,386 128,998 SLICED FREE 68e, .7Pkgs.. ......

:Junior Colleges 112,898 176,000 ,.

Vo-Tech Centers 40,963 105,930 Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D "CUT UP"

Totals 214,247 410,928

The most important point for the voter to understand before POUND $189
he makes his visit to the polls is that the 1%% gross utilities 5
tax bill continue to be collected'regardless of whether or not BAG
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the proposed constitutional ammendment is passed. The question
is whether the surplus collected over the amount requiredto
retire the existing bonds will be used for additional bonding
or'to pay off those bonds. It would not appear to be good busi- ZUBER'S
ness practice to use -this money to retire the oldest existing "PURE PORK" Smoked Sausage Ih.13TIO'Sage
bonds which,will continue at their present 4% interest in favor
of then turning around and borrowing that much more at the

current'! soaring interest rates in order to finance additional *= No. 2/2 Can _
buildings, which must be built. It's a question! of getting the
most for your money. : PEACHES: 3Eor 89e .. OUR VALUE

We are warned by the Board of Regents and ,the State SHORTENING
Department of Education that even, with the passage of this Great Ocean No. 1 Can ,
/ new ammendment, the surplus funds that will be available For
.. may not be sufficient to meet all our needs until 1975. How MACKEREL 2 3ge 3 Tin:; 39
ever, I am certainly going to vote yes on November 4th because. .
S
I know no bther way to provide funds for immediate 'construction Martha White '

'for higher education. buildings without; additional. > .taxes. QUICK GRITS 5 gag 39c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
J. H (Jim) Williams '

Senator, 13th 'District: Martha White,

..... SELF lb. SUN SPUNOLEO
time by 30 minutes. When we'adopt MEAL 5 3ge
Daylight Saving we RISING BagPurex'
Too Late shift Tallahassee's clocks an
average of one hour and 37 1/2 Gal.
.1 I minutes from tru Noon and BLEACH.Each
To Classify Tampa by one' hour and 30 29c 1 PoundinQtrs.
minutes. ( .) .Oe
Russell Kay
BY
Florida should be on Stand'
around and Limit with $5.00 or more food'order
It's about time. That's what ard time the year MAXWELL HOUSE
,this column is.all about For I an act of the Legislature can
don't know how you= feel plaec it there. If you feel as COFFEE '
fed with strongly as I do about it, you FROZEN _
about It, but I am up FOODS
Daylight Saving Time In Flor will write your Legislatorsand .
urge them to support a Tb.
ida. bill ,to do away with Daylight 1 47 Handy Pak 2 lb. Pkg.FRENCH .
Geographically, 29 of Florida's .
Saving.We
67 counties should be in' FRIES Ea.
I do not have the twilight 39c
Limit
the Central time zone to start \ 1 with $5.00 or more food order
period of the :Northern states
with. And this Includes the
that are farther from the Morton'sCREAM
of'St.' Peters. 20 oz Size
Area
Tampa Bay
equator. In addition, our days
burg and Tampa. So'when the FRESH PRODUCE For
and nights stay more nearly PIES 3
8ge
of this
people area are on equal throughout the year.
normal Eastern Standard Daylight Savings is a delusion U. S. No. 1POTATOES
Time, they are already enjoy in that we try to put 25 hours
ing the advantages of Daylight 10 A 49C
into the 24-hour day. It can'tbe
Saving Time might of
v done. If you play an hour CHEER
fer. When add another
they longer you, must either sleepor Tender YoungGREEN
hour conform with
to
Daylight
work an hour less. It's that
Saving they are really two / BEANS Ib Regular
23c
; simple. : !
hours ahead of sun time. 2 49J
.. Why should we be robbedof SizeLimit
In order to go about our our sleep in the cool hoursof 4 lb. BAGAPPLES
daily activities we have to the morning because Washington '
'
get up each morning before lobbyists and bureaucrats Each 49c 2 with $5.00 or,more food order
. daylight. And It bothers me so dictate? And our state \
as 'I watch the kids trudgingto Legislators can rectify'the situation
school in the dark with our by taking Florida off'''
traffic situation as it is. Daylight Saving time if they
To demonstrate the resultsof are concerned with the ,wishesof
adopting Daylight Saving most of their constituents.Let's .
Time for Florida let's see put an end to this nonsense .
what happens in Tallahassee. once and for all. Let's
Noon' occurs in the Capitol put Florida back on Eastern' FOOD RODGERS
City at 12:37 EST, averaged 'Standard time the year Il
,r throughout the year. Therefore around where it should be, lilt ""III
Tallahassee and its sur I have talked It over with "
rounding: area is already on many friends and neighborsand II" .,'
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,Daylight time by 37 minutes. I have yet to end one who & III'HIM" ,
,_ -nte'Tampa region experiences thinks that Daylight Saving OPEN SUNDAYS ""mm pin
Noon at 12:30 EST on an av time for Florida makes sense. Phone 437-3227 i\
erage. So ,Tampa is also already Think. over and write your 8OO am.100: p.m. ,
No.
on Daylight' Saving Legislators. Quantity Rights Reserved Pnces Good U.S. J BUNNELL,
Oct. 23, 24, 25, 26, ., and 27,1969mite "

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3 THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY OCT. 23 1969 Dear Mr. Clegg:

Let me assure you that I
ed that is, until It is repaid appreciate receipt of the let GHITECH A
from federal funds.I ler and the enclosed editorial
0 f .
I LETTERS am appalled a federal having to do with Bunnell's II

agency would allow a city current problems In securing .NEWS} '
such as Bynnell\ to be'led into funds for sewage system Improvements 1
believing funds would be j.t ).. ''J
Dear .... .
Jack:
available "
and then shut them I I understand that a mem .J
Thank you for your letter 'off after committments are ber of my stdff has been In QUIET DAY FLAGLER COUNTY h;
and the enclosed editorial made, but they tell me the touch with State Representative 'f
concerning the predicament ruling came from the Treasury Jim Gllss6n.. this Issueas OBSERVANCETHURSDAY CHURCH DIRECTORY .,I
facing Bunnell. Department and the Budget well. A. M. i
I have checked with officials. Bureau and is outside "In view of_( J Bunnell's geo. "Quiet Day" will be observed

of the Farmers Home Admin. their control. graphic situation., It would Thursday morning October CATHOLIC CHURCHES
istration relative'to Bunnell's I assure you I 'am continuing certainly seem, that help of 23 at a special service at 9:30: The Rev. Father Anthony.
application for funds for the to look Into this matter. this sort Is urgent. The great at the Bunnell First United Leon. Pastor .I 9

sewerage system. As you Meantime, I would suggestthe difficulty once boiled down, Methodist Church. ';' '
,know, Bunnell's application City Investigate all ave. seemed to be the large amountof Mrs. Cordell Robertson, St. Marys Church Korona
for funds was sidetracked because nues of paying for the engineering outright grant that was requested Spiritual Life Chairman, Is in Sunday Mass.._.._... 7:30 a. m.
of a ruling by the services with the as. from the Farmers charge of the program.All Weekday Masses: Monday,
Treasury Department and the surances I wiU'.do'' all InTJmy,*': Home Administration In, a fiscally ladles of the communityare Wednesday and Friday 8:30a.
Bureau of the Budget relativeto power to expedite funding'ot" tight year. Since your Invited. m.Blessed.
the use of guarantee funds the application., commitment to this project is
for nonprofit! public bodies. With best wishes, I am already considerable, you BEACH METHODIST Sacrament: ;: Chapel J

FHA officials tell me they expect Sincerely, might want "to consider the TO OBSERVE Flagler' Beach ,
your application to be possibility of some reworking LAYMENS Sunday Mass ....__...9:00 a. m.
DAY
funded by August, 1970, although Bill Chappell, M. C. of your request In the percentage Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
Laymens Day will be ob. .....
they could give nor allocation between Thursday and Saturday at
guarantee of a specific date. Dear Mr. Clegg: grant and loan In an attemptto served at the Flagler Beach 9:00 'a. m.Catechism. r r
Neither could representatives I have your: personal letterof Improve your chances of United Methodist Church at Classes., 3:00 p. m.
of the.federal agency give me September1 19 transmittinga earlier funding: a special service (Sunday, Oc Tuesday.
any solace with regard to copy of your editorial In the Please do let me know tober 26 at 11:00: a. m.'

your problem with $52,000 engineering form of, an open letter ad.' whenever you feel I might be Arthur K. Switzer, a leading St. Stephens, Bunnell' "
fee which the Cityof dressed in 'part to me with of some additional help, as I' layman of the Riverview Sunday Mass- :.;._..10:30 a. m. )

Bunnell ordered based on respect to your, City's application would be glad: to try., With United Methodist Church, will Catechism Classes; 3 p. ...m.
the word of FHA that funds for a grant and loan from kindest regards, be the guest speaker. Tuesday. ':1;
would soon be forthcoming.The the Farmers Home Administration Sincerely Others participating in the Confessions before all masses. ',
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FHA reports several for the construction of yours service are Leonard Johnson, Weekday Devotion: Novena ,;
Edward
avenues open to the City. your badly needed water and J. Gurney leader; Allen Jenklnson, to Our Lady Wednesday and
,United States Senator scripture; Herman McCormick, Saturday after Mass.
First, the City could borrow sewer project.I .
money, pay the engineers, regret that the ,federal responsive reading; and Ly-
and repay It over a period of budgetary situation apparent. About man Gage, prayer. Community Memorial
years together with accrued ly has you folks in a bind and Mrs. Inez Crenshaw is in Church

Interest.It you may count on my earn. Our Servicemen charge of the special music. A Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach "
also might be possiblefor est efforts to help get the project quartet composed of Clifford Reverend R. W. Dickert., Pastor

the City to borrow funds back on the dine. I am Chester, Leonard Johnson, Ly- Sunday School ..._._.:.._.:..9:45
for Airman First Class Michael man Gage and' Rev. Reynold Service ___ '
a period of perhaps 18 in touch with FHA officials Worship .11:00 'j
months on a bond anticipation here about the'matter and will Missinne arrived at Udorn Hoover will sing. Ladles Guild: Last Thursday Y,
Base; Thailand October 8.
note with the funds to be guided In my further actions of each month at 2 p. m.
be repaid from federal monies by the report which I Airman Missinne has been assigned SUNDAY SERVICES OF -
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to the United States
to be made available, have requested.I OCTOBER 26. 1969 First Baptist ChurchRev.
Air Force Photo at
hopefully, next fiscal year. I congratulate you upon the base. Laboratory "Comfort ye, comfort ye my Charles Anders Pastor
am told this latter route, If your vigorous interest and efforts He Is the son of Mrs.Charles people, salth your God." This Moody Boulevard Bunnell
taken by the City, would allow to bring this 'badly needed Missinne of Flagler Beach. verse from the book of Isaiah, Sunday School..9:45 a. m.

for the repayment'of the civic Improvement Into His new address, Is: is included in Sunday's Les. Worship Servlce....ll:00 a. m.
loan from the anticipated realization. son Sermon at Christian Evening Worship._7:3O p. m.
grant, with the only pay- :With kindest ,regards, .I am Al/C Michael Missinne,., Science Churches. The subject Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.
FR263905858 '
ments made by the city beingfor Yours faithfully, of the sermon is "Probation Wednesday
Interest'on the borrowed > Box 53 14TRS (PPIF) After Death."

money,for as long as It Is us Spessard L. Holland 96237.APO San Francisco, Calif. The 'following passage, also First United Methodist

used in the is from
sermon,
? ) Lambert Avenue Bunnell
.o.
Science and Health with
f PFC McKELVININ Keyto Rev. Earle A. Wilder. Pastor
the Scriptures by Mary Sunday School.945 a. m.
I
: VIETNAM Baker Eddy: 'TThe evidence ofman's
Worship Service 11OO a. m.
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!' j .. ... immortality will become Youth Choir
Rehearsal 6:45
II- : v Army Private First Class :
FLAGLER PLUMBING CO! :Herbert El MceKlvin, 19; son more apparent, as material p. m. Wednesday ,
beliefs and
of Mrs. Clara E. Durrance, are given up Children Choir Rehearsal:
Star Route, Bunnell, was as. the Immortal" facts ,of beingare 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3

1500 S. Daytona Avenue signed as'' an Infantrymanwith admitted. 3 p. m.
". the American Divisionin All are welcome:; MYF 2nd and 4th Sundays.

"' Vietnam: Sept 28. 6:30 p. m.
Flagler Beach His wife, ''Lynda, lives, In CHICKEN DINNER: VVSCS: 1st' Wednesday at
DeLeon Springs. SLATED FRIDAYIN 9 a. m.
.
Telephone 439-2169 T. J. Miller, Owner BUNNELL Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat

UMY SPONSORS The Bunnell Pentecostal 8 p. m.'
Holiness Church will sponsora Methodist Men: 3rd Wednesday -
UNICEF ,DRIVEIN' chicken dinner Friday at at 7:15 p. m.

BUNNELL, the Bunnell Civic Center. '
Serving starts at 11:00 a. m. Flagler Beach United
V The United Methodist Youth and will continue until 1:30 Methodist Church
: Flagler County Insurance of the Bunnell Methodist p. m. Proceeds from the din DR. DALLAS BROWNING.
: Church will sponsor the ner go toward church pro PASTOR

,,1 UNICEF drive Wednesday, October -: jects. Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach

Agency Inc.; 29.Those. t. For reservations contact Church SchooL.945: a. m.
.t .,: J planning to participate r Mrs. A. West at 4373925. Morning Worshlp._.llOO a. m.
in the house to house Womens ,Society Christian
: :' ;' AH Forms 'of Insurance drive are asked -to: meet at WMS MEETING s Service: 2nd Thursday of each

: the church, at 5 p.' m. POSTPONEDThe month at.._..__.._..9:30 a. m. '
it 't{.:. 1>/ 305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 Refreshments will be servedat Flagler Beach Baptist
the church following the
Bunnell Florida 32010 PENTECOSTAL
drive. Woman's Missionary Society
meeting slated Thursday October HOLINESS CHURCH
FE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY-BONDS'' The next regular meeting of
LI the UMY will ,be Sunday, Oc 23 has been postponeduntil BunnelL Off Franz SLREV.
' tober October 30 at. 7:30 p. m. ., JOHN L. LINGOLD
4 26 at 6:30: p. m. at the
home of Rev. and Mrs: Earle at the church. Sunday School..,,....lO:00: a. m.
The meeting was changeddue Worship Service.11:00 a. m.
:; Wilder. UNICEF materialswill
r. ; SPECIAL be distributed at the to conflict of meetings. Prayer MeeL..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
:.4 meeting. Worship Serv.....Sun. 7:30 p.'m.

1, ', : 4 ft: x 8 ft. Ya inch $295 per Sheet FRIENDLY CIRCLE
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PLANS
r '" Sheeting Plywood ..............*........ ;;1 HOSPITAL NOTES St. Thomas' Episcopal
HOSPITAL-PROJECT
A' The Rev. "Tho'mas Mably
Each ,
r::. rJ 2"x4"x8ft. \ Members of the
6'S ADMISSIONS Friendly Priest In Charge
If(), '.. ,' iHr Studs .........._............-........... je Charlotte Hays: Hazel Holland Circle, made plans for a work. 3 miles east of Bunnell on

" : ,: ATLANTIC HARDWARE & Elizabeth Smythe, Edna th shop hospital'patients to make tray when gifts they for Highway 100 .
McClure Foster Morning ._JO:00
Josephine Worship : a. m.
; I SUPPLY CO. Inc. Otis Nipper. Dorothy Kinney, met last Thursday night at Church School..10:00 a. m.
the home .of' Mrs. Cary Holl
.' Kralg Crouch, Carl England, Holy Communion first Sundayof
; MOODY. )BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH. Jack Abbott, Marzell Marsh, and.The each month ,
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will meet at the
PHONE 439-2303 Curtis Rodgers, Robert Kendall group.
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'," hone of Mrs. Ray Mercer
Catherine Parker, Hazel First Baptist Church
Thursday N6v 20 at 8
m.
p.
." .Givens, Elizabeth Hanby, Aus- to construct Thanksgiving N. Central Ave.. Flagler BeadRev.

tie Allman. gifts for the patients. Max HalL'Pastor
DISCHARGES: Sunday School.._:.9:45 a. m.
FUNERAL HOME
; CRAIG Colleen Dupont, Sherman UNICEF DRIVE Worship Servlce..ll:00 a. m.

.:: Glover, Michael Spivey, Anne SUNDAY OCT. 26 Wednesday Evening Prayer
.. y A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director Nelson, Deborah Barrow, Baby AT FLAGLER BEACH Service .__.._._._.7.00 p. m.
JOHN CAPO. Manager girl BarroW Rebecca Mutter; Youth of the Flagler.: Beach First Wednesday after the
Beatrice Brown, Karen Hodges United Methodist' Church"will First Sunday of 'each month
r AIR I I OXYGEN Elizabeth Smythe, Rich "trick or treat" for UNICEF Family Night ?._...6:00 p. m.
". CONDITIONED I ,' :' .LADY.....i iNT EQUIPPED ard :Mlnchew/; Edna McClure, Sunday, October '26. The drive Business Meeting !7:30 p. m.

r. A.TTENP.. Eugene Nipper, Clara Mit will get underway',at;3 p. m. Community Hymn Sing 1st
.. ,.. CHAPEL .t", : : ;*:","'. '\ "I AMBULANCES -shell Orlando Alford, Edna Mrs. Roy Maner Is chairman. Sunday of each month 7 p.m. ,

( ,;' > ; Black, Julia Rigby, Ellen Eke. Following,the fund drive
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ID ,7-3532
; Phone
h, ,;: : ATTEND THE
? lund Agnes Everhardt, Hazel ,the group will meet...at the t
T.:;",1," 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUTfNELL. FLORIDA Holland, Katherine Bankston. (church fellowship hall for re. CHURCH OF YOUR

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY. OCT. 23. 1969

;tr + WOMAN'S CLUBHALLOWE 4-THE' ...-
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i N ANNUAL MILES IDLEWOOD R

w\ BINGO PARTY FAMILY REUNION BIRTHDAY ''f ,i-iI

) Flagler Woman's Club Ways SUNDAY; OCT. 26 -

and Means Chairman Mrs. H. The annual Miles Family CELEBRATIONThe

,' G. Heydt is planning a Hallo Reunion will be held Sunday.
-} annual "Secret Pal"birthday
.' :\f ween bingo party Tuesday October 26 at Miles Chapel
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:t'T (,:' October 28 at 7:30 at the\,clubhouse Appling County, Georgia.A party highlightedthe
Club
..'>{ ,, $j jI E. Central! Ave., Flag basket lunch will be serv- Idlewood night at the home meeting of
ler Beach. ed at noon and friends and Tuesday

Costumes may be worn .and !relatives .are Invited to the annual Mrs. W. W. Deen, Moody Blvd.,

I prizes will, be given for the event.FORMER Bunnell.. A gift exchange and

prettiest and funniest, Mrs. traditional birthday refresh-

Heydt said.Refresmments. RESIDENT VISITS ments were enjoyed by the

will be serv- Former Flagler Beach resident club members.

ed and the public is invited. Mrs. Elizabeth Hoff of Mrs. Gordon Shields, pres-.

Proceeds go., toward club projects Miami, spent the weekend at ident, presided.

f'f Flagler Beach Beach} visitingher Plans were completed for
r' .
son in law apd daughter, the club's Halloween masque-
L-i: DEEN FAMILYASSOCIATION Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cumminsand rade party for members and'

,: children. guests November .1 at, the

t Sunday they visited in Bax- Flagler Beach home of Mr.
,r"
j ,I ELECTS OFFICERS ley, Ga. with former Bunnell-, and Mrs.. Dale Brown

Lt. Col. Martin A. Fisher, ites, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoff Members voted to meet Nov.

\,',.. f-.t Sumter, S. C. was elected and children/!! 22 at Cowboys Restaurant for

.. president of the Deen Family an oyster roast..
/
t, Association at the sixth 'an. HERVEY EISENBACH Club members agreed to

'a: \' nual reunion October 5' at CELEBRATES 8th have nil dirt hauled to the

Fernandina. Beach. Mare than
BIRTHDAY I park area where playground
: 100 descendants of
:: Phillip
had been removed.
; \ Deen and his son Nathan Hervey Eisenbach celebrated equipment
''''''''';," his at Mrs. John Clegg won the .
eighth birthday a
t Deen early pioneers of Geor- '
door'
prize.
to .1 gia, attended the gatheringat party Saturday afternoon given

the Kraft Athletic Club. by his mother, "Mrs.; C. B.
Mrs. H. S. Cobb Mrs. Cor-
Other officers elected to Eisenbach at their home Pal
dell Robertson' and Mrs. Dave
metto Avenue Bunnell. Mrs.
serve with Fisher were AlbertG. ,
Cowan visited In Bartow last
Eisenbach was assisted by her
Deen, Adel Ga.: vice president ,
Wednesday with their aunt
; Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr., daughter, Heidi. ,
,Mrs. Pratt Johnson.
The Halloween theme was
Bunnell, secretary; and J. O. ,
Blanton, Jacksonville, treas- used in the decorations and
urer. refreshments of cake and ice Mr. and Mrs. Stanley

Those from Bunnell attend- cream served to the young Thompson and children, Vicki
.., and 'Perry, of Merritt Island
'
ing were Mr. 'and Mrs. Gene guests. Party favors were given
Bowers and son Henry; Mrs. to,twelve of Hervey's play- spent last weekend In Bun-

Virginia Wyndham, Mr. and mates who were invited to the .nell visiting Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. celebration. Richard Cantrell.
T. H. Wadsworth and

daughter Cherry, Mrs. A. A. Halloween games were played -
., r Wells, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. and prize winners were Recent guests at the homeof
Mr. and :Mrs. O. D. Robert. ,
IF Deen Frank Mercer and Jimmy
Sr. Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis
and she a floor
CLAYTON wore lengthgown son were their granddaughterMrs.
MAY Deen and Murray. _
Mr. and Mrs. Z. G.
of Karate linen
gold Holland Jr Harry Knight and daughter
,NUPTIALS fashioned with long sleeves, ATTEND Rachel of Miami.Mr. .
and high collar accented with
NE'W REED ATKINSON GENEALOGICAL
IN YORK, lace. A matching Karate bow and Mrs. 'Cliff McGriff

The marriage of Miss Pamela with streamers accented the IS/SIX I WORKSHOPMrs. and daughters, Cheryl and
back of the gown. Her head Mrs. Harry Atkinson Willis Capo and Mrs.Z. "
Clayton and Sgt. Jeffery gave a Joy, ,spent the weekend at
May was solemnized Saturdress was a velvet ribbon bow' party Friday afternoon at her G. Holland Jt: of Bunnell. Gainesville! with Mr. and Mrs.

with streamers. She carried a home Avenue Bun- attended the sixth, ,annual
day morning September 27 at James Newsome.

11:00 In a double ring cerecolonial bouquet ot'yellow nell, Honoring her son, Reed, workshop of! the Southern. They attepded the home
mony in SS Peter and Paul daisies and gold streamers. on his sixth birthday. Cenealo g fist's Exch ana' So- coming. festivities while: there.
Bridesmaids Traditional ;birthday re ciety October 17.18 in Jack
Church Rochester, N. Y. were Miss Deborah

The bride is the daughter ; Davis and Miss Sheryl 'freshments of cake' and ice sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Holland

of Mr. and Mrs. Myron'' Clay May, sister of the bridegroom. cream were served to' Jim of Leesburg spent the week-
HOME FROM
ton, Frankfort, N., ;Y. .and, the, ', They ,wore moss green Karate Cartmill, Shannon Strickland, VISIT \ \ :end in Bunnell ,,visiting' hisparents
Mrs: Gordon Shields returned '
bridegroom is the, son of Mr.; ; linen gowns identical, to the Wayne Hlggirabotham, Jimmy ,- Mr and ,Mrs. Z.' G..
and Mrs.. Samuel May, R chmaid of honor. They carried Murray, Lew Wadsworth Jay home today weekat via Jet''Vienna after Hollahd, Jr. '
spending' 'a ,
Rodgers Rita Rhonda
and
colonial bouquets.
ester, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. May
Robin Pelllcer, ,Mr. and Mrs. Va. visiting her son and LEGAL ADV R JSEMENT.
Bunnell residents. Geneseo Y.
Brown N.
are former : Roger ,
in law David and
M. B. Fuller ,and Mrs. Peg ,daughter '
was best man and ushers were IN" Till CIIICUIT COURT OVVK.AOL.BK
Escorted by her father, the Moody. Nancy Shields and son Greg-
bride,wore a floor length gown Michael Burns and Davidof ory, and at College Park, Md. COUNTY FLORIDA -

peau de sole and Venice Coon, cousin of the bride. KORONA CLUB with_, her daughter Connie 'RUBY In Ca NELL.. No.CASEY O4I-1) t.i

lace fashioned with an Emgroom.. Shields. Plaintiff
waistline and Victorian There after- GAMES PARTY 'S
pire was a reception \ CASEY
.
L. D. ,
collar A full train of peau de ward at the Ilion Elks Club. SUNDAY OCT. 26. John and Janet Cook spent Defendant

sole was accented with lace The, couple will make their The Korona Community the weekend at Gainesville, 'THE NOTICFJ STATE OF TO FLORIDA.TO DEFEND :

appliques. A camelot headhome at Lake Glen Garden Club will 'sponsor a games visiting their brother and sis I* D. CASEY .

piece with matching lace trim Apartments, Livonia, N. Y.. party Sunday, October 26 at ter in law, Robert and Leslie c/o Route C. 1 V..Box Casey 82A

held her bouffant veil. She Sgt. and Mrs. May are both 2:30 p..m. in Bt. Mary's Church Cook and son-Steven. Forest Gtit Arkansas /
carried a cascade of white students at State ynlversity Social Hall at Korona. Mrs. You are hereby notified thata
has been
# suit ftled against
pompons, ,stephanotis and of New York, Geneseo N. Y. Grace Mitchell and Mrs. Mary David Brown of Hialeah In the above entitled cause: you and
sweetheart roses. Sgt. May is currently assigned Vandlln are co-chairmen for spent the weekend in Bunnell you are hereby required to Sin
your answer with the Clerk of
Miss Carol Guinta, SYrato the student detachment, :the event. visiting his parents, Tax Collector this Court and to serve a copy

cuse, N. Y. was maid of honor Fort George Meade, Md. Refreshments will be served and Mrs. Dale Brown, thereof upon the plaintiff orplaintiff's
and the. public is invited. Proceeds Jr. and address attorney is: whose name

win !be used for com- Saturday they attended the R. K. ROBERSON '
204 Conrad Building
munity projects. Florida-North Carolina game 112 West New York Avenue
at Gainesville. Deland. Florida 32720
not later than
November 26.
Recent houseguests at the .
home' of Mr and Mrs: Lloyd VISITS RELATIVESMrs. A'IP'o:6: fail to do co. Default
BARNES SEA FOOD will be entered' against for
you
Robertson at BImini were her Cora Hippie has returned the relief demanded in the bill
mother, Mrs. Inez Andersonof to her. home at Flag- of complaint. The nature of said

Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. W. ,T. ler Beach after a month's visit; suit I .beingfor. DIVORCE -

Ryals of Baxley, Ga. In Wllliamsport, Pa. with rel WITNESS my hand and seal
RESTAURANTI of said Court this 17th day of
atives. October A. D. 1969.
Her niece, Mrs. Willard Phi- ,GEORGE M. MOODY
Clerk of said Circuit Court
I doityourselfTHRIFT .
egar, accompanied her home (Official Seal) )
t. and will remain for several By Kathryn L. Emery

WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL weeks. .... Visit. Octr 23.,Deputy an.. Nov Clerk- R.! 19.. 4tWE'RE a



FURTHER NOTICE DUE .
I COIN CAR WASH

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TO DEATH :IN F MIL Y'J 25 GETTING ,


J Famous, pressure spray
jives your car a "long-last- BONUS ?

I Ag lustre" .'. leaves It likelew .
I again. New cars washed .
: "I LEGAL .ADVERTJSEJIIII:1IIT plaintiffs attorney whose name egularlr l with Thrift-T scion-
and address IsR. -
rV TIIH CIRCUIT COURT OF K. BEnsoNI t:!fie: formula do not need toe
HECK: the
FLAG LEU COUNTY FLORIDA 204 Conrad Building J:> waxed or polished. .ever. birthdays .'
112 Weet New York Ave. md anniversaries coming w
Tm Case No. 633-D, DeLand. Florida 32720 Come on ,out, ,and try: it. I up then stop at ..
JAMES McNEIL not later than November 28. A. JZYA R. s
,. ', Plaintiff D., 19S9 book's: for .those humor-' '#
y ALICE If you fall to do co. Default THRIF-T Gus and unique greeting .
, rtJ* MARY McNEIL will be entered against you for .
d th relief ,demanded In' the bill rardjs: .to fit the occasion.: ,: ,
'i ,""" s NOTICE, TO tDEFEND' of complaint. The nature of ealdVhTNESJ a.A.eG.iAivdY6iC'a3' :
t,; 'THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOJ suit I being: for '
', MARY ALICE lIcJNBltrRoute > .... ....
1. Box 191 CAR' WASH "\. '
my hand and seal "
Whitevllle..! North Carolina of said Court this 30 day of ,
.
28472 September / ..
A. D 1969. US'lBUNNELL
You are hereby notified that GEORGE M MOODY ,
a suit ha been In the above entitled cause: and (Official Seal) .' ''
'f: you are hereby required to fllei. By Kathryn 'L. 'Emery ,P'. S. Don't I forget'to do ,your ,./

T:.., this your Court answer, and-with to :serve la. copy Oct.Deputy 2. 9.Cleric 1... 23. 1969 4to Ie sundry at Amy's Laundry. ., FOUNTAIN & GIFT SHOP. .. ,'",!"t, !IJ .. '

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5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE .
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THURSDAY -
OCT. 23. 1969 '
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LEGAL ADVKItTISKMENT!' (SEAL) .

IN TIIM+ CISIC17IT COITHT KOIl By Deputy Kathryn Clerk L. Emery Our "Thin( Pants and Top's r

Vt.A1it.1Stl (:COUNTY KLOUIDA Oct. 16. 23. 30 & Nov. 6, 4tc. ? ,
CAW" NO. ..Uf "IV. M '
IDA RO8KTTA KERNS LEGAL AIJVERTISI2MEl'fTUI1CUIl'06T 1 .

IMalntlffCHARLES COTTON DOUBLE KNIT STRETCH **' .:1-:k1. i iPANTS
!' FOR IIII1M! < fc.. ,.. .
VllANK .
KERNS Notice Is hereby given that ". .
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Defendant the Flagler County School Board $ 8.00 r.
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NOTICI':' OE MUTT NO T1t01'I.ItTY of Flagler" County Florida will .. .' .
receive sealed bids until the 30th '. .; .. ... .
TO: CHARLES FRANK KERNS. day of October A. D. 1969 at the 100'% NYLON STRETCHNIT (MISSY AND 3CTRA SIZES) ". ::
whose residence is unknown hour of 9:00: A. M. In the office ;
YOU ARE HEREBY of the Superintendent of Schools .: S '
NOTIFIED and
PANTS .' $10.00
that an action for divorce In the Flagler County Court- .' <. up .
hum been filed house for the
against you. and following:: ""
you are required to serve a copy Upright Equipment 100% ENCRON POLYESTER ., '.
of your written defenses if commercial food freezer -
to It, on the plaintiffs any and/or freezers with capacity .
attorney '
whose name and address is of at least 70 cu. ft. in either one .PANTS >' $16.00 .1- '

NICHOLAS A. GEORGE, of Ossinsky or services.two cases for school lunch .<. ,:. ..-

Avenue& George.Daytona 500 N. Oleander To be Installed at the Bunnell LONG. SLEEVED TURTLE NECK.. .' ,

Florida and file the Beach High School Bunnell Florida. S" t. .-'
original '
with the Clerk of the when and aa ordered. 4.95 and'
above KNIT TOPS $
styled Court on or before Nov- The School Board reserves therigtit up ,,
ember 24. 1969; otherwise a jUdg- to reject any and all bids.
ment may be entered Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this

the you complaint for the relief or petition.demanded agalnat, In 16th day FLAGLER of October COUNTY: 1969. A. D. PANTS TOPS . $ '9.00 and up ..

WITNESS my hand and the 8LV BOARD REGULAR AND TUNIC LENGTH .
seal of the said Court on the Peavy > :' tl
14th day of October. 1969. ATTEST I rman -

GEORGE M. MOODY James O. Craig '
Clerk Circuit .- '
Court ...'
Superintendent of Schools _- .
Oct. 1 tc.
23.
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FLORIDA INLAND, NAVIGATION DISTRICT [[.:i "lII: I I1I __

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JUNE 30. 106O

I ASSETS.Cash' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE
1917
in Banks *... .... ?_ .... ... ..- Wilmington Washington Delaware Street.
Petty Cash.... .... ... = '; "" $ 167097.49 Shopping Days
? .... .-. -- -.. -.. 35.00 Notice Is hereby given that PARCEL No. 112.1 112.2
Certificates of Deposit .._. _. .... .... .... 1860000.00 pursuant to motion duly made, H. D. Jester Sr. '
Treasury' Bills owned : : 1917 Washington Street Tit ChristmasRACHEL
Office Furniture & Equipment l-:. -::. :::':" 493.692.SO 6.874.37: : Board seconded of County and carried Commissioners by the Wilmington, Delaware //3

Land"'. owned.r in.. Fee .... .... ,1... '-, -. .-. 42121.61 a.of Regular Flagler Meeting County of Florida said; board, at PARCEL No.RIGHT 112.1. 112.2 OF WAY RUSSELL

Total Assets T_ .... _. _? _.. .._ ...: 2569820.97 held on the 13th day of October PARCEL NQ. 110.1 110.3 Avon Representative .
That of '
(1) part :
A. D. 1969 Inspectors and Clerksof
Phone 439.2516 .
/ each Election f District or Precinct The NESoutherly of the
100 foot rights of way of the old
In
LIAIIILITIES Flagler County Florida
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; were appointed and voting Dupont Railroad, Section 30.
Surplus .... .... _.. -.. -..' .... ..- -- -.. :.- .... 12.569.820.97 places or polling places for Township 13 South. Range 30 47-30" East* 901.90 feet; thence
North 41
each Election District East. 39'30 East 815:40
Precinct In Flagler County or lying Southerly and within 60 feet: thence 'North 48.20'30'
RECEIPTS} Florida were designated for the feet of the center line of State West 75 feet to the point of/

Cash in Banks. July 1. 1968 .. Special Election to be held on Road S304., Section I 73510. said beginning of said survey line:
$
v. - ?? 22,933.22Tax thence *
Received I During Period Tuesday, the 4th day of Novem center line being described as continue North 48 20'30"
Levy ber A. D. 1969. the said Boardof follows: West 225 feet: thence South 86*
County .. .. Commence at a point on the '39'30 West 2434.00 feet to the .
puval -.. .... -'. -. .-. S 114788.42 County Commissioners of East end of
St. Johns County +.. .... ._. ...., ,?. __ .. 9.815.86 Flagler County Florida having boundary of Section 30. said survey! line. J
Flagler County .... .... _. -- .... .?. > 1,913.79, appointed the following named Township located 13 South. Range ,30 (3.052 Containing 132.960 square feet
East
1053.08 Sou-
Voluaia County ...., .,,. .... _. .... _.. _. 43912.85 .persons as Inspectors and Clerksrespectively therly of the Northeast feet, OWNED acres)BY more. RAYMON or less.
D rev ard County .... ". ?_. .... .... .... .... 152:412:35St. : : and Shaving designated said Section 30 thence cornerof TUCKER and wife: BLANCHE F.
; run
T.
Indian River County ..., _. _. ..? 12.328.53 the following Voting and North 4S912'30" West 25 feet to TUCKER ,
Lucie County _.. .... _.. .... _.. .... ._. 16,129.64 Polling places for said Election: the point of beginning of said SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE
Martin County .. .... .. Precinct No. :1 recorded -
?? ? -- -- ? 11347.31 line; thence South '4147'30" West in O. R. Book 23.
page
Palm Beach County. ., : 140.529.85 Vote In the County Commissioners 1648.40 feet beginning 215 in favor'
to the of of THE FEDERAL
Broward County... 7".: ?::'". .... __ 181835.41: : ... Room In Flagler County. a curve concave to the Northerly LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA
LeaseDadof County ._ ,-. '-.. ._. _.. -, .... _.. 361830.87 ..946,844.88S' Courthouse Bunnell. Fla. having a radius of 1910.08 and TIMBER DEED recorded In;
Land... .... :.. -.. .... _-. _.. ?. _, x 852.00 Myra Wadsworth. Clerk feet and a central angle of O. R\ Book 28, page 496 in favor -
of Sand .... .... _. _. _.. _. MM 1,221.90'Relmbureement Geneva Rodgers 4212'00: thence Westerly of OCALA LUMBER SALES .
of Expenses, .... .... *... .... .. 180.00: Pearl Woods 1406.67 feet along said curve to COMPANYIF
Release of MBA 708-A .... .... .?. .?. ... 20000.00 Lynda. Revels! the end of the curve; thence SAID DEFENDANTS ARE
Mortgage Payment Received '.... :.... __ _.. : 9'377'50 InspectorsPrecinct South 8359i30" West 279.81 feet LIVING. AND IF ANY OR ALL
Easement Florida Power & Light .. 1000.00: No. 2 to OF SAID
Vote in on line of DEFENDANT OR DE-
Miscellaneous Income ... .... .... '.... .... 68.86 tion Flagler Beach Recrea- a'tep Road 11 designate I :: as Station FENDANTS ARE DECEASED
Interest Income .... _, _4 .... .-.. ....._. .... ..- 91.352:63Dreasury : ida. Center. Flagler Beach Flor- 315 plus 79.16; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
Bills Sold ._' .... .... .... .... .... ?? .. 1.313.354.50 Catherine Wilson, Clerk Containing 7980 square feet HEIRS ,
Redeemed .._ '._. -.. .... 1160000.00: Mildred B. 'Sargearjt (0.181 acre), more or less. T8fi'ISEfrk3 its. TEf .
Maxine Kelly (2) That part of: OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING J .
1 3817175.49 Irene Masemore Lots 1 through 67. Block 11. DM- BY THROUGH. UNDER, OR.
DISBURSEMENTS: Esther Heydt. Pont Railroad and Land Com- AGAINST ANY SUCH DE( EAS-
Inspectors pany Subdivision of Section 20, ED DEFENDANT OR DEFENDANTS -
General Managers Salary_.. .... ._; _..$ 12500.00 Precinct'No.3. Township 13 South Range 30East .. IF ALIVE AND, IF* .
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Secretary's Salary .... .-.. ,_. __ 4.829.20 I.Bookkeepera Vote In Communlty.IIall. Haw being all of said Section 20 DEAD THEIR UNKNOWN ISPOU1hFct
'* SalaryCommiasionera -..-*.. __ .._ ,.:> 1200.00 ": .. ... x '". Creek Flagler County. Florida. except ',the kSE4 of the SEW. HEIRS. DEVISEES,
Travel & Per Diem .... 997650. 1'1, Doris Tucker.. Clerk thereof LEGATEES. GRANTEES CREDITORS .IT
Office Materials & Supplies ?.< :.... .._" 1.118.55; Taudy Bowden Iving; Southerly of, and within LIENORS. OR OTHER,
Communcatlona & Postage _.__ _.. 1054.55 -i',J' Barbara Cody 50 feet of the survey line of PARTIES CLAIMING BY.
Rentals & .Electricity _, ..-. .._ 2896.95 10> Mae Kiefer. State Road S-304. Section 73510, THROUGH. UNDER. OR
Due & Subscriptions 753.00 Inspectors Westerly of Station 98 plus 50. AGAINST ANY SUCH DECEASED -
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Surety Bonds & Insurance __ 685.17 f.f Precinct N4 3-A within 35 feet of said survey DEFENDANT OR DEFEND-
Advertlaing Annual Statement ... 438.13 Vote in Church Hall Korona. line from Station 98 plus 60 to ANTS. AND ALL PARTIES HAV-
Unscheduled Expenses ,,,. _. ..- _.. _. 1758.23 1' Flagler County Florida. Station 101 plus 50 and within ING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE
_.. 4 r. 25 feet of said survey line ANY RIGHT. TITLE. OR .INTEREST -
Tax Collectors Fees :.-. '... ..- _. 20.185.05 Sophie Smlgielskl. Clerk said
Tax Assessors Fees .... _.. _. _. _.. 9498.39 1' Antonnette Slovaks erly of Station 101, plus 50. IN AND TO THE:
Attorney's Retainer '..- _.. _. s.i s.. _. 4800.00 ;r: Bernice Trancynger survey line being described and PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN
i Attorney: Fee '.. ..;.".-..-.-. _.. _. .!_ 7144.43 nt; ;, f. Frances. Wetherlrxgton. said stations being- located ,as THE COMPLAINT. TO-WIT:
Attorney's Travel _*. .... __ ..._' ._. __ 468.17 ,cAttorney'e Inspectors follows: ARE YOU HEREBY AND EACH OF" YOU ..
Telephone .... _.. .... _.. .... 273.62 Precinct No. 4 Begin at a point on the South SEVERALLY
Tax Refunds ...- .... ---.' :.. _.. __ 8.83 Vote In dt. Johns Park; Com- ndlsooJ'th Section<< 20, Town NOTIFIED FILED THAT THE' PLAINTIFFS -
Wobasso Bridge _, ,- '_. _. _. _. '166,378.02Jupiter munity Hall. St. ''Johns Park. ship Range 30 East otthe COMPLAINT) ITS' SWORN
Bridge .. ...... l... _.. __,...: 6232.77 .. Flagler County Florida.Aileen' located 1000.00 feet Easterly OR PETITION.
BridgeM. .. -.... 4,1558.76Increase .- ......_,... Hardlng.Clerk Southwest corner of said TOGETHER WITH ITS DECLARATION -
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Hollywood w ? ; .0 Section OF
20 thence- TAKING
run IN THE
: North
Aeeete.: ..;.. 324.80 Doris Shamblen
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In Fixed I 41-4'7'30'East 901.90.. ABOVE STYLED: COURT* r
feet thence
... _. _.._. 1322994.89 Mary Harding
Treasury Bills Purchased \ Joan Harper. North 41"39'30! East; 3166.90 feet AGAINST YOU AND EACH 'OF>
Bank Certificates Purchased 2.070.000.00Treasurer Inspectors to Station 98 plus'50; thence con- YOU AS DEFENDANTS SEEKING -

3650078.00 Precinct <4-A tinue North 4139'30 East 300 TO CONDEMN THE ABOVE;:
_., Vote In Masonic Hall Bunnell feet to Station 101 plus -6O; DESCRIBED PROPERTY LOCATED -
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167.097.49'Thf thence continue North 41.39'30" IN FLAOLER COUNTY.
Flagler County Florida.
Cash In Banks. June 30. 1969 Nina Solvev. Clerk East 1472.55 feet thence North 'FLORIDA BY EMINENT )0-
.' 4149'30" East 656.76 feet toa MAIN PROCEEDING.
Amorette Wells
has been prepared In accordance with provisions
statement the ARE
point on East boundary -
Laws of Florida. 1931. Detail of accounts with sup Jennie Green FIEDU TIETHPETITIONER
14723 Grace Wray. of said Section 20. located 672.28: THAT -
,porting vouchers! are on file in the office of the General Manager. InspectorsPrecinct feet Southerly of the Northeast ERS) WILL CALL UP FOR
2752 Avenue E. Riviera Beach throb Bancroft No. K corner of said Section 20; HEARING BEFORE THE HON .
I Vote. In Community Hall Espanola !!- (PARCEL No. 110.1. 110.3 cont.) ORABLE HOWELL W/ MEL-
Flagler County. Containing 209.196 square feet: TON. ONE OF TUB JUDGES Ofr'
Oct.. 23. ltc.STATEMENT. :Maulae McKenny/ Clerk l / a. (4.802 acres), more or. less exclusive THE ABOVE STYLED COURT.. ; ......._
__ __ Joyce Patrick. of existing. road rights ON THE 16th DAY OF DECEM- '.
Phyllis D. Hirsch of way. BER A. D. 1969. AT 3:00: O'CLOCK -. ,
OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT. AND CIRCULATION Maxine Buckles OWNED BY: RAYMON F. P. M.. IN BUNNELL
r-- Inspectors TUCKER and wife. BLANCHE, FLAOLER 'COUNTY COURTHOUSE :
(Act of October 23. IMSt Section 436O. Title SO,United States Code) Precinct No. S-A T. TUCKER FLORIDA ITS' APPLICATION -

Vote in Johnson,Building. AlA SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE FOR AN ORDER OF ,
1. Date of Filing: October 1. 1969.' Highway. Marlneland. Florida. recorded in O.tRTJ1I306'EY TAKING IN ACCORDANCE
2. Title of Publication. The Flagler Tribune. \ Coley D. Mitchell. Clerk 216 In favor WITH ITS DECLARATION OP
Lillian R, Arnold LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA TAKING HERETOFORE FILED
3. Frequency of Issue: Weekly. Margaret\> 'C. Collings RIGHT OF WAY IN THIS CAUSE. ALL PARTIES
4. Location of kd'yOT2 of publication: 211 S. Railroad Street Virginia J. Land. PARCEL NO. 112.1. 112.2 TO THIS SUIT AND ALL OTH.
Bunnell. Flagler Florida. Inspectors That. part of: ER J INTERESTED PARTIES
5. Location of the headquarters or general business offices of the By order of the Board of The SE j4 of the SWV4 of Sec- MAY APPEAR AT THE TIMES
publishers; 211 S. Railroad Street Bunnell. Flagler County 32010 County Commissioners ofFlaglerCounty tion 16. TownsTiln 13 South. AND PLACE DESIGNATED,
Range 30 East, Southerly AND DE hIEARD
F*orlda. Florida at the Regular J: rlft
Meeting of said Board at Bun- and within 25 : the survey
publisher. editor and managing editor: DEFENDANT
8. :Names and addresses of .82010. nell. Flagler County. Florida: line of State Road 8-304. EACH IR'
Bunnell..Florida:
Publisher: John A. Clegg. this '13th. day of October A. D. Section 73510 said survey line HEREBY REQUIRED TO. .:
Editor: John A. Clegg. Bunnell. Florida, 32010, 1969. 7 being described as follows: SERVE WRITTEN DEFENSES
7. OTIS S. HUNTER. Begin at a point on the South IF ANY, TO SAID COMPLAIN
The FlagVer} Tribune Inc. Bunnell. Florida 32010. Chairman boundary of Section 16. Township OR PETITION ON: <
John A. Clesrg.; Bunnell. Florida 32010. Board of County Corn. 13 South. Range "80, East L. B. SHAW
Bette S. HTcDaniel. Bunnell. Florida 32010. mlssloners of Flagler located 611.57 feet Easterly of County Attorney Flagler i
Margaret M. Clegg. .: Florida 3Z01U. County FloridaSEAL the Southwest corner of said County -
and other security holders owning ( > Section 16: thence run North 41.U'30" Bunnell.i. Florida .
mortgagees
8. Known bondholders ot total amount of bonds mort- ATTEST AND COUNTY COMMISSIONERS \> East 438.69 feet; thence ON OR BEFORE THE 1st DAY
or holding 1 percent or moro SEAL' AFFIXED: North 41"38'30" East 6058.49'> OF DECEMBER A. D. 1969

frgij: : other eecuritiea: E. Lambert Ave.. Bunnell 32010 Florida.. GEORGE M. MOODYClerk feet thence North 41"37'15 East AND FILE THE ORIGINAL "
901
373.35 feet to a point the WITH THE CLERK OF '
authorized to mall at Board of County Commjssloners on TUB .
snssjsT?
nonproftt organlzatlonll/ of Flagler County Florida Hast boundary of said Section 16 ABOVE STYLED COURT ON '..
special rates (Section 132.122. Postal M"utt.1n'a. October 23. Itc. located 210.4feet Southerly of SAID DATE. TO SHOW CAUSE!
Have not changed during preceding the Northeast corner of'llaid'Sec- WHAT RIGHT TITLE INTER-
10. Extent and nature of circulation: LEGAL APVEmnSBMENT! I" tion 16: EST. OR LIEN YOU OR ANY
Average No. Containing 6440 square feet OF YOU HAVE IN AND TO
Copies .EachIeeue'During .. IN TilE CinCITIT COURT OF (0.148 acre), more or less exclusive THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED
Single Issue THE] Tth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN of existing road rights of' IN SAID COMPLAINT OR PETI-

... Preceding 12 Nearest to IN AND KOIl KlfACLEIl f way. TION AND TO SHOW CAUSE IF
Months Filing. DateA. < ', FLORIDA OWNED* BY BENJAMIN D. ANY YOU HAVE. WHY SAID
.1450'I ,1450 CIVIL ACTION NO. 1040-A. SUBJECT TO INTEREST, If PROPERTY SHOULD NOT BE
.:Total No. copies printed (Net press run) :, .STATE OF FLORIDA ,DEPARTMENT any of H. D. JESTER. SR.DRAINAGE CONDEMNED FOR THE USER
D. Paid circulation: ,".'' OF TRANSPORTATIONand EASEMENT AND' PURPOSES AS SET ,
1. Sales through dealers and carriers 350. 340 *t, PARCEL NO. 1141. 114.2. 114.3 FORTH IN THE COMPLAINT
street vendors and counter _sales 786 f 756 FLAOLEH COUNTY. LATERAL DITCH LEFT (WES- OR PETITION FILED HEREIN
2. Mall subscriptions: 1106 1096 Plaintiffs) ,. TERLY) STATION 74 Plus, 98.60 IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO. A.
C. Total paid I circulation vs.' I if. "*. That part of: / DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED>,
D. Free distribution (Including .amples) by '"f 290' 290 n. W. CODY et al../** The S 1/2. Westerly of State tfkANSErl! <1 FOR THE RK-
Road 8-304. of Section. 20
mall carrier or other means Defendants.NOTICE and D INTHEf
E Total distribution (Sum ot C and D) 1396 1386 Of IIF5AHINO, TO the SE 1/4 of Section 19. Town COMPLAINT OR PETITION.
F. Offlce use left over unaccounted epol3td 54 64 SHOW CAIISH NOTICE] ship 13 South. Range 30. Easter WITNESS MY HAND AND-
after printIng ," UJlbRIri* lying within ', 30 feet Northerly SEAL OT SAID COURT ON 'THEJ

G. Total (Sum of E & F-should .quaj net 'y ,1450! 1450 TIlE 'STATEO OF TO: and 20 feet Southerly of a, 17th DAY OF. OCTOBER.. A. D..
( The Federal Land Bank of ditch survey line described ,
shown In A) as.
run -," '" 1969.CLERK '
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follows "
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"'. S 1 i OF THB 'CIRCUIT-
made by laD! PresidentColumbia. Commence the South '
'I certify' that the ,'statements r '' c/o xR. rrr on boun ', COURT
,mS above are correct and <:omPfaflpress edl'tor pubUaJ' ..:' South Caroling dary of above Section 20 at* a By Kathryn L. Emery -) .
of PARCEL No. 110.1J; 110.3, point located 1000.00 feet Easterly : Clerk :: t ;Nr3fi., .. .' busfness:: manager or,. owner. ) ( M 114.1. 114.2. 114,3: of the Southwest corner (seapePVtY..i tie;i -"

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were Senator J. H. Williams, directors held after: the din-'

HELP WANTED'-Mature man FARM BUREAU 'Ocala; Represenatlve Jim nero Tucker Is a prominent

CLASSIFIED i for night shift at service DINNER Gllsson, Eustis; Mayor Herb- rancher and timber grower.

station. Call 4373410. 2tp ert Fuller, Flagler Beach, He ''Is a member of Flagler

USED Sofa and Chair, $27.60": DRAWS CROWDThe Commissioner Howard Lerch, SchooJ' Board
Farm Bureau Beach and Commissioner .
ADVERTISINGQD
Flagler Flagler
3-piece bedroom suite, $69.00. Other officers elected were:
held their sixth annual Flag- Max Porte, Flagler
Dixie
Jerry's Furniture, Old Danny Johnston, vice presi-
ler Farm Bureau dinner Saturday Beach) and Hal Burroughs,
195. Phone 437- Tom Lenssen
Hwy. near dent; secretary;
at the Bunnell Civic Civil Engineer from ITT-Lev-
3752. Itc. Harold Emery, treasurer; and
'TROPIC GARDENLet -
Center with about 150 mem-
Itt.Raymon directors were: Lyman Gage,
us help beautify Flagler UNCLAIMED FREIGHT bers and their guests enjoyIng F. Tucker, Haw Louis Stefllk, Lloyd Robertson

County. Large variety of ever- a delicious barbecue din Creek, was elected presidentof
Lewis Wadsworth C. II.
5. Deluxe solid state fully ,
palms, hedge plants. the Flagler Farm Bureau
,greens, and
Cowart George Clegg.
transistorized .sterophonlc
5% miles S of Bunnell on net.Louis Stefllk presided over at a meeting of ,the' board of
high fidelity consoles In beautiful
'+ U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc the meeting. Lyman Gage
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hand rubbed finish. Deluxe -
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'' the Invocation. After the
gave I
.ASEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain BSR 4 speed record dinner Miss Elayne, Tucker,

fields Installed: Rota-Roter changer and 4 speaker audio daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ..CARPENTRYPAINTING S '
To be sold for $79.00
snail shell. Reasonable prices. system.
Tucker, Haw Creek, was /
'. Call George Jarosz 437-3410 each. Can be paid for at $6.41 presented..She extended a welcome ,,'

8-l-tf per month. May be inspectedin and spoke briefly of the
warehouse at Unclaimed -

./ : 'FOR SALE-37 ft. house,trail- Freight, 527 Vblusla, Daytona 'sented awards that were of the. to be pre ALUMINUM WORK fALL .
as part program.
r {' \ er complete with 50x100 ft. lot Mon thru Frl.- 9 a. m. to 6
Awards were presented by.
between Hwy. AlA and canal, p. m.-(Sat. 9 a. mv to 1* p. m. Chairman, .ofJ;;
Frank Steflik
seven, miles north of Flagler its \
Beach $2100. Call. 439-2000 Adult Leaders, as folows: WORK GUARANTEED

439-238O after<< 5 p. m. on week FOR *SALE Trolling motor Poultry awards: David Steflik -

ends. 10-2-TFC Sears Best H. V. battery, 12 vt., and Daniel Ste ik.
66 pl. Like new. Salt water Clothing, : Tammy Robertson 20 (Years ExperienceFor

FOR SALE-Lot 5, Blk. 13, coated. $70.00. Call 4392072. Kim Knight, Sherry Buck-

Mornlngslde, SE corner 25th Itc. les'', and Leah Tucker.. Free Estimate Phone 253-2354 Daytona <

and Flagler on small canal, Electric; Wally '.Wilkins, xO

$2000. Also 3 lots, ,total 150"x NEW STORE OPENING- Donna Stefllk. Chuck Harding,

190' from AlA to Central on S.' ,Office help needed, answer and Rudye Shamblen. ......."n'lu"'JrllJtDJrJImmrrJrllJrJlJrIlJrIltJIIIIJrl'.JrllmIJrJ.' : : .n.'IJr1'.II."n"ull..II."U"Jr1' .' =II"lnrr=":IJrrrJrIl"I.'r""JrJ' !

23rd, $15,000. Contact Jim-Babbitt calls, receive orders, 6 days. Foods: Daphne Rodgers, :Le-

.' 5692 Alvarado Rd., Pen- Apply Saturday October 25 sa Hall, Kathleen Buckles and Call TOUCHTON and SONSFOR

sacola. 32504. Ph. 9044770368. from 10 a. m. until 12 noon Eve Tucker. ..

: Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 4tc at Siegfried Appliances, Cor- Horse:: Denise Tucker. -

ner Bay and Moody, Bunnell.Oct. Leadership: Melanie Cody

I TO located SETTLE 2 bedroom ESTATE-Well furnished 23, ltp.% and Special Elayne guests Tucker. attending Lot Clearing Heavy ''Mowing and

.' cottage, close to ocean and in- 2 Houses For Sale-1 CBS and

: 'land waterway. Phone 439- 1 frame on Deen Rd. and Under BrushingAll

j": : 2020. Oct. 9, 4tc. Franz Court, corner lots, at Would You Believe .

CALL BOB for lawn mainte<- nearly half of building cost. All Highballs, Martinis Work Contracted Insured

nance, painting inside or out Contact Mandziara, Rt. 1, Box & Manhattans are Free 14 Years Experience. No ;Job too Small or Large
7 Bunnell. Oct. 23, ltc.
side, small repairs and odd Upon presentation of this Call Collect, Ormond 677-6268 for Free: 'EstimateBUNNELL'

( : Jobs. Call 439-2502. 10-9-4tc UNCLAIMED: FREIGHT ad we will give you and
yourwlfe or girl friend a tn M fflaiffla
FOR SALE-New 6 ft. x 8 ft.utility 4 New. 1969 Zlg-Zag Sewing free drink with dinner.
I dump trailer. Can be Machines, with full factory

Oil Co. U. S.Iiwy. guarantee. Nationally advertised Spanish & Continental
seen at Knox ,
1, Bunnell. Itc.. brands to be sold for Cuisine I CUSTOM KITCHENS
$29.00 each. Can be paid for POSADA MENENDEZ

FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bed- monthly. These machines may RESTAURANT

f[ rooms, modern garage apartment be inspected in warehouse at 21 Avenlda' Menendez PLAN AHEAD FORCHRISTMAS

central heat and car- Unclaimed Freight, 527 Volu- ,829.6282

," ''Pet. Contact Arthur Babbitt, sia, Daytona, Mon. thru Fri. St. Augustine Florida

1: 3rd St., South, Flagler Beach 9 a. m. 6 p .m.-Sat. 9 a.. m. /

:., ',:raI' Oct. 16, TFC 1 p. m. Itc. LET'' US HELP ,YOU PLAN,, FOR

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Gun Racks Built in Kitchens
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I'' ; O. F ALFORD
START EARLY *
Bookcases Built In Furniture
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t. ._. PAINT UP NOW ARTHUR BABBITTFLUMiilNO Broker .
... -."''. FOR XMAS Aiyn REPAIRS'. Real. Estate r Vanities :: Breakfast Bars ao\.'.,

) 3 Gcd. Good Latex S5 Flagler Beach Registered No order too small (minimum $4)

.5 : Choice 70 Pastel, ColorsYEOMAN'S Tel 439-2304
Bunnell, Florida Laminated Plastics. : : Upholstery Fronts.
? ; PAINT 439-2098 Day or Night ;
1.-1 I A I
t FACTORY Calling Hours: 7 to 8 a.m.
""** "". """"""*""" "*' ESTIMATES
FREE .
677-802O., 1826 Nova Road and from 12 to 1 p.m. "y' w
/ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
ORMOND
: Evening Planning Arranged
TUB CIRCUIT COURT SBVENTH -

AND NOR JUDICIAL VLAGLER CIRCUIT COUN-, IN. 107 Bay St. Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928

TYT FLORIDA.
CASK!! NO. 82.1 DIV. E
WILLIAM N. MERIUTT,
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f '.r after you seeN Plaintiff
"" vs. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT utes of this state who Im also a
JOHNNIE MAY MERRITT, landowner in the herein. named
your doctor. Defendant. V IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT District. .
NOTICE OF SUIT # Fl.AGL.KH COUNTY FLORIDA Robert N. Morrill.Administrator .
ri TO: JOHNNIE MAY MERRITT.
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bring your address unknown IN PROBATE NO. O3O State Soil and Water
0 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IN RET Estate of Conservation Board
I that a Complaint for Divorce RUTH PETREY Oct. 9, 16. 2tc.
';;fj"f prescriptionto has been filed against you in the Deceased. _
1 t :H,: f.- above styled Court, and you are NOTICE! TO CREDITOR LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE "
.1 requested and directed to servea TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
f copy of your Answer or other CLAIMS OR DEMANDS OF INTENTION TO
Kd ts written defense to said Com- AGAINST SAID ESTATE: REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
c ct plaint upon JAMES H. TUCKER.. You and each of you are here- In compliance with House ,Dill
.. Attorney for Plaintiff I at Post by notified and required to file No. 1175, Chapter !2951941ra
ftUq ,Office Box 398.: Bunnell. Florida any claims and demands which of Florida. Acts as
r" -, and to file the original ,thereof or either of you, may have amended, the undersignedwill
I O with the 'Clerk of ,the Circuit against:: said estate In the office of register with the Clerk of the 1
Professional Bidg.t Court. In and for Flagler' Count the :Honorable T. K. McKnight Circuit Court In and for Flagler
{ <:tsla'DUI'f.lefrlor3n;! County Judge of Fla County, County, Florida upon receipt of
; rt on at,hls office In the Court House proof of publication of this notice -
e or before the 23rd day of Oc- in Bunnell Florida. ,withIn six the following fictitiousname ,
t t Lobe; 1969. calendar months from the time t, : .
/ If you fall to do 110, Judg of the first publication of this Flagler Plumbing Co. locatedat
/ ment by Default will be taken notice. Each claim or demand Flagler Beach Florida under
:11en against you for the must be In writingand containthe which I will engage In the bus-
prayed Tn said Complaint.DONE place of residence and post iness of plumbing, and that the
AND ORDERED at office address of the claimantand undersigned. la the only person
Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida must be sworn to by the Interested In said business.
t$ BINGO 8:00 p.M. this 17th day of September claimant, his agent. or :attorney, Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
: 1969. ,or the same shall be void. 29th .,day of September .A. D.
S GEORGE M.. MOODY PAUL, H. PETREY.. .JR.., 1969.
Clerk of the. Circuit"Court ExecutorBy Thomas J. Miller.
"If. FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALl : /s/. Iceland B. Shaw Oct. 2, 9, 16. 23. 4 to.
I \ (SEAL, ) P. O. Box 298Bunnell. ; _
'. -SPONSORED BY- By: Julia R. Harvey \ Florida 32010 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT'iN
Deputy Clerk Attorney for Executor
:;. Sept. 25. Oct. 2; 9. 16. 1969 4tc First. Publication 25 Sept. 1909. TilE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
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Disabled American. Veterans. LEGAL., ADVERTISEMENTIN Sept. 26. Oct. 2. 9. 16. 4tc FLAOLEK COUNTY, .FLORIDA -
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE CIVIL NO. DIV. 428-
TONIGHT ( ) THE COUNTY'' JUDGE'S'' EVELYN R. McOILL,
': .., Thursday COURT IN AND FOIL VLAOJ.KIl Plaintiff
COUNTY, FLORIDA ELECTION OF: Two (2) Supervisors v .
A .J:' FREE REFRESHMENTS IMIOIIATE No. 000 for terms of four (4) DEAN 1\\[. McOILL,
IN RE* Estate ofWILLIAM years each for Flagler Soil and Defendant '
: Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 H, REED, Water Conservation District. NOTICE OF SUIT
Deceased October 21. 1969 TO: Dean M. McGIll
:: : NO MINORS ALLOWED NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT Pursuant to the Soil and Water Crown Hotel
.1 ; AND APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE Conservation Act. Chapter 677 E. Colorado Blvd
., .. t 682. Florida 'Statute of 1949"and Pasadena California
\\1- All peraJn' are- hereby notified Chapter 28094 of 1953. and as YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
, ). that the undersigned as ,Ad.mlnl.tratrlx' amended 1965. notice Im hereby that an action for/ divorce
"::: '..' ;. cum testamento an- given of 'an election to be heldon has been filed against you and
J( 'mllJl"IIIIIIII'IIIIIllIIlIlIllIlIilllllll' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: iI1TJlIIlIIlIII1I1I11I11111I1111I1111111I1"! nexo of said estate has completed October 21, 1969 for the election you are required to serve a copy
... ,: i, the administration thereof of: Two (2) supervisors for of your written defenses If any
t and hasSled in said Court terms of four (4) years each. to It on Donald J. Seps. of Duf-
( ''i ; S' ON TIMECERTIFICATES her final report and application. Polling places: fett. Barry and Seps Attorneys
IUICJ C I for discharge. Objections there. Flairler County, Courthouse. for plaintiff whose address Is
1 5 to. If any should be duly filed. Bunnell. Fla. 120 East Granada Avenue P. O.
1 10 After ln'lnlhl:: of publication Haw Creel Store,, Haw Creek Box 2633. Ormond Beach. FlorIda -
notice has- been Community. .and file ,the original with
I r published once a week for four Flagler Fish Camp, St. Johns the Clerk of the above styled
consecutive weeks, the matterof Park Community. court on or before October 27.
:. VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3.000-90 DAYSCOUNT of said report andS Water Oak Station. Blmlnl, 1969; otherwise, a Judgment may
the' Ordering of distribution of Community.Polling be entered against you for the
NATIONAL .. RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY said estate will come before the places will 'be open relief demanded in the. complaint
: Court. between the hours of 8:00: A, M. or petition.
First publication on 2 Oet. 1969. and 8.0O: P. M. : WITNESS my hand and the
BANK Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada; JULIA R. HARVEY All qualified electors residing seal of said Court' on September
r as ,Administratrix CUm within the District shall be eli- 22, 1969.
,. Ormond Beach 'Florida Testamento Annoxo gible to vote In this election. ,, .,GEORGE ;MOODY'
LELAND SHAWP. definedIn 'Clerk
D. A qualified elector as of said Court
J', O. Box 296 the Florida Soil Conservation \ By: Kathryn I* Emery .
7g Bunnell. Florida: '32010 \ Act InCludes any person qualified As Deputy Clerk
S IlllUlllIlllllIlllllllllIllll IIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIII"lllnlll lllllllllIlfl'JllllIlIlllUllllllllllllillllUllllllllllnlll' b, Attorney Administratrix to vote in general elections (Circuit Court Seal)
Oct. 2, 9, 16. 23, 4tc.. under the Constitution and statI -' 5', 5 Sept. 215, Oot. 2, 9. 18, 4tc.II .

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8-TUB FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY OCT. 23. 1969 ble catches of trout, weighing STONE
t 2 to 4% pounds have been
LIONS .HAVE JOINT MEETING fSPOR7S: taken off the pier. OPPOSES;

ar n.- Mae Westbrook, Flagler, CRIDER .BILL .
: NOTES. ;. Beach, has fifty trout and a Senator Dick Stone from
4)6 pound ,weakflsh to her Dade County today called on

PUNT, PASS, KICK credit already this week. large county legislators to oppose *
Veteran angler Clarence the Crider bill which ,
WINNERS COMPETEAT Weaver, Flagler Beach, caught, would abolish forty-two
50 trout. smaller counties In order to
y y JACKSONVILLEWinners There are a lot of blues make fourteen larger counties
Nf of the local Punt, around and are being caught .
} Pass, and Kick contest, spon off the bottom, and also on "Monster Government which
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,' sored by the Bunnell Motor plugs. requires people to travel 80-
iit& Company, traveled to Jackson Several Spanish mackerel 100 miles to sign deeds or to
ville Saturday to compete with were also caught, Mosler said. get occupational licenses, _.
winners from North Floridaat I Blng's Fish Camp Isn't local government It's

the Gator Bowl. The local, lethal government' said.
1 contest was October 11 at Fishing Is still TERRIFIC at Stone.
It Bulldog Stadium and was directed BIng's. Several local anglers "Only the people of the
4% by Leslie Pache. .. had good luck during the smaller counties should alteror
i Winners receiving gold 'trophies weekend. abolish their forms of local
for the local competition ;James Craig and ;John Craig, government, not legislatorswho
,. were Frank: Mercer, 8 Bunnell boated :14\trout and live far away in .metropolItan
t. -- -or.- ---- year old division; David Cow- 1 bass Saturday. A. B. Tucker, areas." Stone said that
The Bunnell Lions were guests of the Flagler; Beach Lions art, 9 yr. ;' Buddy West, 10 yr.; Flagler Beach, caught 8 now Is the time for other large
Louie' Mercer 11 Robert trout and. 2 bass while fishing county representatives to
yr.;
Club
; when they met last Monday night at Flagler Beach. Flagler
Bullock, 12 yr.; and Rocky Off :the dock at Bing's prove that they oppose sec ,
Lions Talltwister George Strickland, center collects fines
from
Two Bunnell .
Hunter 13 yr. fishermen tionalism. We can do that by
> Bunnell Lion Levi Brannam* right, and Flagler Beach Lion ;J. D. Louie' Mercer, 11 year old Gene Knight and ;Joe Kelly, being a friend in need to the
;>;...Perptt.'f son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Ray Mercer boated 14 bass, Sunday while smaller counties now.
Bunnell placed first in fishing In the flats north of "It's 'been my experience
',,/: ,. his age group in the zonecompetition Bing's. that large county metropolitan
..'. :-" r, B'RJNtAI'S: ; ; [) ,VVITB YOU. : Saturday at Jack John McKenzie, David Me government doesn't save
.. \ sonville.: David Cowart, 9, son Kenzle aud Marlon'Nelson., money,, it costs' money. Bureaucracy ,
: JI..:, 3 Bedroom Mobile Home of Mix: and Mrs. Victor Cow- Orlando, caught 50 bass, 10 : mushrooms and it I
,., to' art;','.!Jpnnell, was first place drum,sand 10 croakers In the gets harder for an average citizen 1
y,' Featuring Spanish. Mediterfean. Early American, .winner. ' ;'iI Contemporary and Country French (let time showing) received zone tro- "1 mlghty.fine catch). has a problem" angered, I
.: ,:! phies and will compete in the ..* .Clyde Lewis Bunnell, and Stone. "In' my travels through
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r 25 at ;Jacksonville.: Augustine, brought In 40 bass, residents of the small countiesare
; 2 drum, and 2 sheepshead. proud of their county and
.\ '" f The FISHING: LINE \Mr and Mrs. ;J. Thomas' want to retain their own Iden
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.. 1.,,'.. -, By BETTE McDANIEL caught 12! bass 3'trout, "Not only should 'we' kill
{".i 9 drum, 4 sheepshead and '15 the Crider bill, but the legislature
4H Fishing in the ocean is excellent .
croakers. They were using must make it easy for
':/ right now. After several dead bait and were fishing in any and all counties which
.\...:}'A : \ weeks vacation caused the canal. want to preserve themselves
:,.1 by rough.arid'muddy surf and ;John and Ruth Hammons for the future to establish
UfiJ. an abundance of seaweed, local ;Jacksonville, caught a varied charter counties which could .
: y :xSPECIALFOR anglers can get down toserious .,catch of 10 .spots, bass and never ,be changed except by a
:; business \sand catch drum, while fishing off the referendum vote of county;
some of the large trout that dock at the "
camp residents, Stone added.
RESIDENTS have invaded the local waters.
And, .the .canal fishing has
been exceptionally; STANDARD_PROCEDURE_..,_,_._______.._,_ Iff
.i OF FLAGLER COUNTY good northof
,.' Flagler "Beach. The/ best
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many ,nice trout and channel k

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY... OCT. 23. 1969. ble catches of trout, weighing STONE
-- 2 to 4% pounds have been
i LIONS HAVE JOINT MEETING fIIlSPORTS taken off the pier. OPPOSES ,
___ ...-- ii! Mae Westbrook, Flagler, CRIDER .BILL .
- '"If' ,N"Q1JES" ; : Beach, has fifty trout and a Senator Dick Stone from
::7'7 : 4% pound weakfish to her Dade County today called on

_ r PUNT PASS KICK credit Veteran already this week. large county legislators to op.
Clarence
angler pose the Crider bill which
WINNERS COMPETEAT Weaver, Flagler Beach, caught- would abolish forty-two
. 50
trout.
smaller counties In order to
r JACKSONVILLE There are a lot of blues make fourteen larger counties

N 1 S Winners of the local Punt, around and are being caught .
Pass, and Kick contest, sponsored off the bottom and also on "Monster Government which
by the Bunnell Motor plugs. requires people to travel 80-
. Company, traveled to Jackson, Several Spanish mackerel 100 miles to sign deeds or to
: I vllle Saturday to compete with were also caught, Mosler said. get occupational licenses, _.
winners from North Floridaat i Blag's Fish Camp Isn't local government It's
the Gator Bowl. The local lethal government" said
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',.",,',.", contest was October 11 at Fishing Is still TERRIFIC at Stone.
Bulldog Stadium and was di- Blng's. Several local anglers "Only the people of the
rected by Leslie Pache. had good luck during the smaller counties should alteror
\ Winners receiving gold trophies weekend. abolish their forms of local
; for the local competl'tion James Craig and John Craig, government, not legislatorswho
were Frank Mercer, 8 Bunnell, boated 14,trout and live far away In metro
year old division{ ; David Cow- 1 ,bass Saturday. A. B. Tucker, politan areas." Stone said that
The Bunnell Lions were guests' of the Flagler Beach Lions art, 9 yr. ;' Buddy West, 10 yr.; Flagler Beach, caught 8 now Is the time for other large
Louie Mercer, 11 yr.: Robert trout and, 2 bass while fishingoff county representatives to
Club
when
they met last Monday night at Flagler Beach. Flagler
'' Bullock, 12 yr.; and Rocky the dock at Blng's prove that they oppose sec .-
< Lions Talltwister George Strickland, center,. collects fines from Hunter, 13 yr.. Two Bunnell fishermen, tionalism.. We can do that by
Bunnell Lion Levi Brannam right) and Flagler Beach Lion J. D.x LouIe' Mercer, 11 year old Gene Knight and Joe Kelly, being a friend, in need to the
..p--ttt. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mer- boated 14 bass Sunday. while smaller counties now
cer, Bunnell, placed first in fishing In the fiats north of ""It's 'been my experience
is! ... his age group in the zone Bing's. that large county ''metropolitan f
l t.' >. : -;a'alNr.ti..: )\b, ',WITR YOU competition Saturday at Jack John McKenzie, David McKenzie government doesn't save
., sonville. David Cowart, 9, son aud Marlon'Nelson, money, it costs' money.' Bureaucracy ,
cry;. 3 Bedroom Mobile Home 'of Mr and Mrs. Victor Cow- Orlando, caught 50 bass, 10 mushrooms and it I
/ art,'/:Bunnell, was first place drum",and 10 croakers In the gets harder for an average citizen ..1
t Featuring Spanish, Mediterfean, Early American ,winner of, the 9 year division. flats. \Methlnks, that's a to. get through when he -
r : Contemporary and Country French (fat time showing) Both*boys received zone trophies mighty' fine catch). has a problem," angered. I
.AI and will compete In the ,MClyde Lewis, Bunnell, and Stone. "In my travels through
,.... District'contest Saturday Oct.., ,. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Miller, St. Florida, I have found that the
: : trn11; 25 at Jacksonville: Augustine, brought In 40 bass, residents of the small countiesare
J'' 2 drum, and 2 sheepshead. proud of their county and
I The LINE Mr. .and Mrs. J. C.' Thomas want to retain, their own IdentIty
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and: Bruce RobbIns, Jackson :' .
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i' 9 drum, 4 sheepshead and 15 the crIder bill, but the legis-
I ': ; Fishing in the ocean is excellent croakers. They were using lature must make It easy for
: ,right now. After several -
dead bait and were fishing in any and all counties which
weeks
vacation' caused
: the canal. want to preserve themselves
by rough and muddy surf and John and Ruth Hammons' for the future .to establish
an abundance seaweed, local Jacksonville, caught a varied charter counties which could .
anglers can get down to ,catch of 10 spots, bass and never .be changed except by a
serious business and catch drum, while fishing off the referendum vote of county
some'of the large trout that dock at the "
camp. residents, Stone added.
SPECIAL RESIDENTS have invaded the local waters.
I And, the canal fishing has
STANDARD PROCEDUREs ____" _____._ I
been exceptionally good northof s xL
OF FLAGLER COUNTY Flagler 'Beach. The' best
spot is still in the flats where
many ,nIce'/bout and channel
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Wall to Wall Carpet .. Beautiful Furniture' f' .0 >
Mk Walk In Closets Spacious Bathroom vt-,;. 'Pier Fishing

Large Country Kitchen Choice of Interior Decoration T There has{-been a lot of action -
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to Clint Mosler. Several
r'= This Offer Not Available To Residents Jacksonville ; v ,
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