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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: November 6, 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.46 THURSDAY./NOVSMIIER 6, 1969 $3.50 A YEAR


COUNTY BOARD REDISTRICTING BOY SCOUT.. FUND DRIVE. TOPS QUOTA BUNNELL COMMISSION '.

"j :' HEARS DELEGATIONS' STUDIED '. / TO SEEK RULING.,,
IN'j ,,
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I 'I.>" ON CULVERT PLAN .: -

,. : The,.Board met of Monday County morning Commissioners JOINT ,MEET ,<'.J".1'.:.' f AV:v'K Is the'present City Com 2'./ .- :

tJ;; .. in regular session and The School Board met.with mission bound by the ,previous -

. ; heard many delegations that the Board or County Commissioners commission's decision to.: ) '
install $4000 worth of culvert.: :)
appeared for various causes.
in )
Thursday night a
for $140,000 apartment.com' j
a ,
The petition of FitzhughMaJlphurs joint session to attempt to
r '
Alex? This was the question'the ,
to have Seven solve the problem of School
commissioners askedat
teenth Street closed thru' his Board redistricting.' city
their meeting Monday ,
'";,J ,f, property on Intracoastal Waterway Chairman ,Otis Hunter pre night. The commissioners ,!1

4::'t\.. was read and immed sented School Board Chair.. agreed to ask Attorney, General lA" i'
lately met opposition. A petition .
man Myrtle C. Rice ,who in Earl Faircloth for a n
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[ was presented to the turn requested Attorney Frank opinion,on installing the pipe. "*
Board opposing the closing' r .
Newman to the
present position
The previous City 'Commis
: the street.. of the School Board. New sion agreed to the,installation .:
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ti.I.. Malcolm Johnson said there: man was -pointed by the liuii of the pipe at 'an October;: 7,
"were only. few streets open School Board to represent. 1968 meeting at the site where-
for the public to reach the them' in this particular mat. Dr. John Canakaris". proposed
waterway and they should'not ter after the School Board was to construct the complex. The 7'
be closed because it would ordered Circuit
by Judge culvert was to be' installed/
'1 cut off access :to' the many Howell Melton to redistrict'the Workers soliciting funds ,for the. local Boy Scout Drive last when a buildingv rmlt.:"was. ."

t t 1 ,'' other 'people who owned lots county into more equal week topped their $1000 quota. Drive' Chairman Farris'' McGee, issued to''Canakaris.'r l-

, not directly on the waterfront. school board districts. right hands' al check to Finance CJi lnnao' Charles Creal to The present commission '

Commissioner George .WickI -- Newman stated further that make the<'totalj to date $1145., Creal. said funds were still coming also agreed to install the cul ;

-I: line moved to reject the petition Ills- he had advised the School in for pledges made by local ,residents.' The funds will be .vert but then rescinded. the
close the street.
.i t ; motion to did not receive a sec- Board that he did not believe used to.support scouting activities in, the,Central Florida Council action last month 'at'.. budget"
that it was legal for districtsto time. "
ond. There was no motion cross precinct lines. He said McGee,sal 1 y City Attorney-.James TUck r,'"

,., ... made to accept, the street closIne the law was specific as to, DAY w. .. told the commission, that;:Inl\
FLACLER VOTERS
Minutes showed VETERANS
petition.
county commission districts his Opinion, the ,city was ..
that. nqT,action was taken. and he believed it was intended PROGRAM" IN IBUNNELL APPROVE' BOND ISSUE bound to fulfill, -the commit
:1.Roy Likens' presented his to apply to schOOl''' November It, is Veterans Flagler County voters ap ment. After .the",,discussion

.. I ". .' petition to ;close the road in board districts even though it Day. The anniversary' of the proved, the bond issue in a Commissioner 'Earl Rice asked.

;:. 'willow Woods Subdivision was not speciflcally'so"stated. wend of WW1.. i1918. will be light turnout foci Tuesday'sspecial for a ruling from the Attorney --, .
with the understanding ,that election. Electoratescast '' A
It County Commissioner Geor-. celebrated at'' A :special program General.
; he would 'build new roads in ge Wickline pointed out 'that ,jointly.'Sponsored by 276 votes in favor of the In other action I Monday
the subdivision before the existing Constitutional Amendmentand '
'"> the County Bpard, was in ,the veterans organizations American night commission: ?
,r. road was disrupted. process 0 f making a head Legion Veterans of For 8P voted against.' GRANTED, permission to'

Several persons present said county for purpose, of redistricting eign Wars fend Disabled. Flagjer had only. 15 percent PR&S Construction to.haul >.
they had no objection if they the county commission American Veterans. .. voter turnout with, a total of fill dirt, from property north-: _
were assured of a stabilized districts. He pointed out >
road being constructed. The the County Commission Dis ducted Jn ,front of the county 350 registered voters.,.,. _,..-' '*'lfy' for construction at.. the.
I Board approved the 'road closing tricts courthouse in Bunnell at 3 p. housing project site. :
were apportioned on
l on this understanding.' basis of population rather m. John A. Clegg will serve LAND SALE l .ACCEPTED the low bid of,' '

t\ E. H. Graf, Artesia Park, than, electors.' ass master of ceremonies. Music IN FLACLER : Hooper Chevrolet for pickup ;>
f;:." :' was spokesman for 'a dele a.' will be.provided by the truck for'' the .Street, Superintendent -
e t"ttlon' that varited7tttecpunty*-. .__ Q9.LloaFd .membgRgy. -,-Bunnei! 331g7Allchools33andAll : MohicanSHufiSldlary:tInvestniei t. fP., .. ,.for $2,095 with, trade 'oS
; ;; .. ] "'" p ? .
iTucke'r
recommended "
man I?:. : 'Tli u
'to .do something; aboutslow, residents 'of;the countyare in? The only other bid was r
that three smaller chased a 100.70 acre site near '
ing down boats traveling the precinctsbe Invited to this, patriotic ,that of Bunnell Motor Co. for
.added to the exist- south, of '
the Marine-
seven : ocean
Intracoastal Waterway. _Graf observance to honor the men'who $2,100.
said that the, bank was being'' ing now.. He suggested that have given their lives land from Deauville Development ACCEPTED the bid of'Hoop.

excessively eroded and that someone,work with the Super. and ,their services to their Co. 'The land sale was er Chevrolet Co. for a new

people were_ losing their, prop. visor of Registration'' workout country in the armed .forces; recorded Tuesday.' police car for $2,493 including ,
the
erty due to the wake from fast population, areas and transfer of equipment from '
boats Washing their land intothe draw 'tentative new ,precinct NEW CAMP GROUND FOR ,FLAGLER, tradeln. Bunnell Motor Co. bid
lines.It .
x
canal. 1 was $2,825.

Graf asked if the county was suggested that Pre r:' # ,AGREED to issue a build.

did not own a patrol boat and cinct 1-A betaken.' from the ing permit 'to Jack Hardin to

why it was not being used. center of Bunnell or the''westerly LLAcThy continue construction on an' '
The sheriff said -his depart. part of Precinct 1. Precinct addition to his home on An- .
2-A would be taken from
ment had a boat but he did )r derson St.AGREED.
'0 not have sufficient budget to the southern' part of Precinct: } to request Florida

,, .or hire personnel to patrol the 2 in Flagile Beach. The third East Coast Railway to coop- .
canal. .. new precinct, probably Pre erate In enforcing the 35 mile.
cinct 2-B or 5-B would betaken speed limit for trains within "

,. .' 1 Graf requested that signs ,; from ,the area north of. the city at the request of'
be installed on the waterway
It.. ,was agreed that Chairman -- Peter Dachoff. Dachoff complained '
warning of a heavy fine for
Rice and Supervisor about the excessive:
-
'f exceeding a specified speed
,
Smith would work on a ten. speed of trains thru the city. f
", !j" that
t I.'. ; limit. It was agreed, signs '
',:';.. >"':' would be erected, tative arrangements for three Flagler County's newest traveler facility to be KOA Kamp- AGREED to pay expenses. ,
Police Chief Wilfred Hunter
new voting precincts ftjr
and.
'Ii.j. ground Bulow. A "with modern facilities"
-Later in the session Sheriff 60 acre Kampground
to attend enforcement
another meeting would be arranged a law:
-. Edmonson submitted a request between the two will soon be under construction on the Von Bulow Ranch, adjacent planning council meet

, to transfer $4000 from boards some time in. Decem. to Bulow'Ruins.off the King's Road. ing at. Winter Park.
I. the reserve fund in the sher ber. It is' a part of'the Nationally will be $4.00 per car, $5.00 HEARD City Attorney Tucker

i' iff's budget to the salary and Franchised KAMPGROUNDS maximum per car with full report that doctors on the

..' operating funds' so that he OF AMERICA. INC., a rapidly hookups."We staff at Bunnell General Hospital

could make necessary prepa.. Judge Buckles said that the. expanding chaln-owned campgrounds feel there Is a need who 'bill local patients

; rations and hire an extra deputy errors had cost her consider-, designed to host the for such a Kampground" Bill directly should purchase occupational

.. to patrol the 'canal. able money personally for camping traveler. The KOA Lenssen said.'People are will licenses and those

..' Commissioner Alfred Tucker having to hire the clerical franchise is nationwide, with ing to pay' a reasonable fee who bill through the hospital'

'f moved to accept the transfer work done over ''again. She over 300 Kampgrounds listed. for a place, to camp 'along should be' exempt..
1'' of funds. His motion 'did not asked the Commission to con. from coast -to coast. the major highways with the TOOK NO ACTION on the; .
. receive' a second.: :No action Owner of the local KOA policeman
/' tact Dotherow to see what they added conveniences ''we have request of former
was taken. Campground is The .VonBu.. Jack Black for reimbursement j
were willing to do about the to offer. Free restrooms, hot
' Wade Hopping attorney situation. low Corp,, operated by, Will-' showers and other conveniences of expenses while attendinga
,.: ITT-Levitt Corporation,
for Jam Lenssen.
are a real to law enforcement school..
The employees from the necessity,
:, presented a petition, duly ad- The unit is designed to, accommodate the
traveling
camper"He
County Road Department
appeared
. vertised, which' requested the 60O"campers and
VFW TO HEAR J
i f' ,,' closing of an old road running .before the Board to re.." construction plans' call' "for, added "I hope to have a DIST. COMMANDER
;': north and south near the coast quest action on their previous landscaping and completion' minimum of 50,000 campersthe
.. request for a $10 weekly increase ... first Veterans of Foreign Wars
,, :, ,:. and through property that In Jack of the building .by February year. District Commander Hugh
salary. Loganwas x
they had recently purchased. 1 1970. Lenssen recently returned
Carter, Orlando will speak to
' There was no opposition to the spokesman, for the group. Facilities will include a from Dallas Texas where he members of VFW ,Post 5213
The Board agreed to take it
,,,.' road closing. It was approved.. under ,' store, modern r restrooms, a attended the Sixth Annual when they meet Friday Nov.
consideration
Small Claims Judge Cora at"a"spec. place. free showers, National Convention of KOA
ial : meeting 7 at 8 p. m. at the post:home,
'called for
Buckles reported to the ,Board; meeting already laundry facilities, adequate franchises. Experts, in the Bunnell.
that the Board had purchaseda this month.,, spacing for vehicles, picnic fields of travel and recreation -

docket book for her office .During the afternoon, session tables and fireplaces. The addressed the group of nearly TIDE TABLE
costing Sheriff'',P. ,A. Edmonson 500 campground I
from Dotherow Company Kampground is designed to owners and Tides For November 6.12 '
over $200. She said ,that I appeared before the Board.to, host travelers 'with', tents, operators: He participated in' HIGH lAW

after using it for some .time discuss the requested' transfer trailers, pickup-campers, tent 'workshops and. seminars conducted A.M. P.M. ,A.M. P.M. .
% of-,funds..After: some discus.... at the three Day .
she found'a' typographical :: ; ; campers: busy:eanlpers, etc. day'meet ::6 5:18 5:30: 11:18 11:36 .
forms furn-1 :'slbn of the need for a $4000 ing. "'
.ror in the printed' transfer, Edmonson reduced' Charge per' camping unit ...?.., .:....; 17 6:00 6:18: 12:06: ,'11':59
Ished. She had them 'replace
,the- amount to ,$3500.; The .. I' : :: 8 6:42 7:00: 12:12 '12:48
the forms, but they were { BULLDOG'S, .1969 FOOTBALL. SCHEDULE "L f
printed > cheaper paper' transfer was- 'then approved -" i* .**.j4K> *"** 97:30 '7:42' 12:54: 1:36 ,
on a
and the holes would not fit with Commissioners Louis Nov. 7.........................._....__.Father Lopez .......... Away'. 10 8:12: 8:30: 1:36 2:18

the'docket book'they had sold, Stefyik- and' C.'H. Cowart voting N oy. 14 .................................Hastings. .................. Away 11 9:00: 9:18: 2:24,3:00

her. "No". Nov. 21 .-....;i._..:..._..............West Nassau" ........... Away 12 9:48: 10:12: 3:06: 4:00:





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'. Entered a. second claaa! matter

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EDITORIAL

NOBODY LIKES A WAR! "r-, '

The study of the history of the wars In which the United U. S. D. A. Choice "
States has participated clearly Indicates that wars are not always -
popular with all of our people. RIB STEAKS 1 I Ib.98r

The Revolutionary War was not popular even though It was .
our fight for Independence.: There were many'people who were
opposed to war with the British. Many had ties with the old
country that they did not want to break. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

Then, too, as the war went Into several years and victorieswere
scarce and there were more and more demands, for food, STEAK Ib. 68<'
clothing, guns ,and ammunition and horses for the soldiers. the
war became quite unpopular. ,
The war of 1812 found several of the northern states bitter
ly. opposed to a war with England.- In fact, there was a near Choice JuicyALL
insurrection. No ,money was provided for soldiers and ships.

Had it not ,been for the British becoming involved In other MEAT STEW Ib. 78
European events and General Andrew Jackson's' magnificent I
victory at New Orleans, which ended the war, we probably
would have lost it to the British.
,..
The war with Mexico, at the time of The Alamo, was. very .
unpopular.Again, the North and East said "Who wants Texas?" "Sugar Creek" SLAB Small Meaty WESTERN .

Let the Mexicans keep it." The president was bitterly, assailedbut SMOKED BACON SPARE RIBS
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he stuck to his guns and kept Texas. -I

Many people still believe the Spanlsh.American War was 4 Ib_ 68'" lb. 68c
caused by the inflamed press who played up such slogans as 4 SLICED FREE ... :
Remember 'the Maine; to hell with Spain" and aroused us to 4 .
a show of power. .
Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D "CUT UP"
The Korean War became very unpopular. In fact, you will
remember that General Dwight D. Eisenhower was elected
president when he promised to go .to Korea to end the war. He POUND $189
did not promise to win It; Just end it. The peace has not yet,been 5

signed. % BAG
So, it is not too unusual that the War in Vietnam is unpop
ular. It could have been anywhere in'Asia, or North Africa. But,
it was Vietnam that the Communists chose to push for power; '
that is where we were compelled to stop them. I "OUR OWN" '
Communism is the mortal enemy of our way of !+Hife not 1 AR-B-QUED CHICKEN I EACH 08*
:merely as an idealogy, but, to our existence as a free and Independent
people. They are the aggressors; not the United States.
They are the ones who have avowed to destroy the U.-S. so that Lyke's 12 oz. Can -
they'can rule the whole'world with a free hand. 1

The United States is the only countryjtha, way of the Communist. Whether or not ;.'.we .,.want; to be.In ,that f -
position.or mot, that is our position in the-world. It was,the U. S. Breast'QCbicf; 6Y2 oz. .Can MILK
that blocked the Communists in Greece.< It was the U. S. that CHUNK. For $ -
blocked Russia from squeezing Germany out of Berlin; that TUNA. 3 :( 6 Tall $"f OO
kept Russia from building missile bases in Cuba and stopped Cans JL
Communists in Korea when they began to take over the Pacific. Lyke'a ISVfc oz. Can

o Now that the battle Is about won In Vietnam, the peace- BEEF STEW' 3 For $:(00' Limit 6 with $5.00 or more food order

nicks and doves are about to throw away victory arid give the ,
world to Communism. The Moratorium celebrated over the country Omaha "
the North Koreans, North'Vletnamese. -
last month probably delighted '
,.Chinese and Russians. They want us to be peacefulso LONG GRAIN RICE'I 3 Bag 3ge DELITE
that they can make war'on the rest'of the world without In- I
terference. Pillsbury '(Plain or S. R.) .' OLEO

Vice President Agnew said the 'Moratorium was led .by a
bunch of slobs. Now the peace rally scheduled in Washingtonis FLOUR 5MAXWELL Bag 5ge 8 oz. .
reported ,by the Attorney General and FBI to be led by people 9.Pattie
who have proven records as Communists, agitators 'who have
:police records, and organizers of college disruptions and city HOUSECOFFEE
riots..
Nobody wants war. We are a peaceful people and want to ,
live in peace. But, not this price peace. Not under this militant, BORJDEN'S
law-breaker type revolutionary leadership. lb.
Peaceful people have no choice but to suppprt the leadershipof .1'Tin 59'Limit ICE MILK
our President and reject the revolutionaries.
John A. Clegg 1 with $5.00 or more food order

seeks to improve the qualityof HALF,GALLON 39'

A PROCLAMATIONWhereas life for all mankind. -: FRESH PRODUCE (Ass't Flavors) ,
Now, Therefore, I. ,Hubert
A community,
Pelllcer, Mayor of Bunnell do U. S. No. 1
state, or nation is only as
strong as its schools, and the hereby designate November
9-15, 1969 to be American Education POTATOES
1O Bag
schools are only as strong'as 49C
S Week and urge all citizens
the people of the community, '
their.efforts to BAKE-RITE
state, or nation strive to maker to renew Juicy RedGRAPES
learn about the progress and
them andWhereas
; possibilities of our educational lb.
Each citizen ii\ system and to help our :i Z3e
"'t each of his public and private schools reach their potentialof 3 A 47"Limit
capacities has a direct responsibility the best possible education Yellow CookingONIONS S
-'J', to understand, sup all. '"
port, and improve the schools; for, '3 lb. Z5e 1,''with $5.00 or more food order
Ba. :;
1 and, '". .. ..
): Whereas, Each child has a CARD OF THANKS
;' right to a quality education
t. relevant to his abilities, background With deepest gratitude, I extend -
and goals and design this word.of thanks for
t ed to help him become'a citizen the cards, flowers and many
:f' ., kindnesses, expressed by
of functioning
}i. capable
fully within the range of his thoughtful friends, during the

t.trt unique Whereas"talents, The; public and schools illness, Louis and death B; Wolf.of my husband ; !' !]RODGERS: :: ]

r.:. serve knowledge to ,promote vocational academic'preparation Bunnell To the General doctors Hospital and staff I am at Itli : !

3- deeply grateful for the won
cultural enrichment,
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derful he received
development,: of Individual care duringhis
self-esteem 'and character, enlightened illness. III II II
These kindnesses have, OPEN SUNDAYS Iii U11 111111
.1' and
t/ citizenship creative liii
:;. thinking for each indIVidual meant much to me. 8OO a.m.--1:00"p.m. IIItifl fl j flhIII Phone 437-3227
.
" .. ,in a society, which Mrs. Edna Wolf Quantity Right Reserved Price. Good USNo. 1 BUNNELL

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--TU FLAGLER. U THURS. NOV. 6. 1969 METHODISTSPLAN

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right, title Interest and claim of FAMILY I iI
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the Defendant. GERALD 1C. Mc- CHURCH
CANDLESH. and all others claim- NIGHT NOV.16r ? t
RESOLUTION Ing by right of him the following -
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section described situated
336.09. Florida, Statutes in Duval County property Florida.to ; A film ,"Hearts and Hands"will NEWS: [
1963 ROY W.: LIKINS and JA- wit: 1 General MC-8. 128796; be shown during! Family
MESENE E. LIKINS. his wife, 1 Drowning Eagle Transmitter! I,
aa qualified land owners; petitioned 564520; 1 Browning Receiver Night Sunday; November 16 -
the Hoard of Counts Com- 46428C; Miscellaneous crystals. at the Bunnell First United l
mlaalonera of' l<'la tubes, tools ; -
Florida to consider the advia Travel Trailer nd19arl"Jb249xtJJ; I Methodist Church. The film F. B.. METHODISTDINNER FLAGLER COUNTY
ability of exercising the power Regency Range Oaln 23, NA: 1 explains the"use of monies
granted It by Section 336 09 Demco
Power Modulator P6885
; DIRECTORY
Florida Statute, 1963, and deter; 1 Heathklt 53868249! 1 Lafayette contributed to'; ,the church's SLATED CHURCH

mine whether or not the County HE20. 76934| 1 Mustang 201853; mission projects.A .
will vacate, abandon discontinueand 1 Heathklt. NAr 1 Pearce Simpson TUESDAY. NOV. 11
close the following dedicated Escort 93/83368; 1 Echo: covered dish supper will
road hereinafter described; Linear Mobile 1551 1 Echo Linear
WHEREAS, the Board o t Mobile, BJ' ; 1 ;Echo Linear be served at 7 p. m., and all Ladles of the Flagler Beach CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe

County Commissioners of Flag Base DJ; 1 Pearce Simpson members of the church are In- United Methodist Church will Rev. Father Anthony
ler County. Florida on 13 Octo- Guardian, BB; 1 Pearce Simpson a. Leon.. Pastor
vited to
according Rev. Earle
ber 1969 granted said petition: Guardian, BB 1 Pearce Simpson serve a turkey dinner Tuesday
adopted resolution pursuant to Guardian: 95341609; 1 Regency Wilder pastor. Nov. 11 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Section 336.09. Florida Statutes Romper N/A; 1 Demco Ravelle St. Marys Church Korona
1963: caused notice required by Fl 202: 1 Poly Comm 23. 35A- In the church fellowship hall. 7:30 m.
a.
Mass..._ ..
Section 336.10. Florida Statute 1415: 1 Browning Transmitter ,V 'tYfF.< The menu will include home- Sunday ?s.
1963, to be posed and published 664789: t Pearce Simpson Guardian -*; <" WSCS THANKSGIVING Weekday Masses: ,Monday
V
giving' notice that the Board of 95341128: 1 Browning Eagle made pies. and Friday 8:30
Wednesday ,
County Commissioners of Flakier 464490-562941: 1 Browning ( Those planning to ,attendare
County Florida would on 3 Eagelette. 881977; 1 Browning .PROGRAM NOV. 13 Mrs! a. m.Blessed.
call Axel
November 1969 at 9:00: o'clockA. Eagelette. 881881: 1 Raider W asked to
M. consider the advisability Meter R13598; 1 Utica T&C. A Thanksgiving Johnson at 4392336. Deadline
of exercising, the power granted 91-03-T&CIII: I Demco program Sacrament Chapel
to it by Section 336.09.. Florida D-510: 1 Johnson 242-126 t65i will be presented by the Flag for reservations Is Sunday Flagler Beach
Statutes. 1963. and determine Courier 23. 222-773: 1 Pacer II. ler Beach Methodist Church Nov. 8. The public Is Invited. In.
County Sunday.Mass .__.. .9:00 a.
whether or not the 606-857: 1 Browning Drake 324- ??
would vacate, abandon discontinue 108.w I Lamp kin Freq Meter,N/A; WSCS officers at their regular Weekday Masses: Tuesday,
and close said dedicated t Meter. 6820: 1 Elco meeting Thursday Nov. 13. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE at
Thursday and Saturday
road; Voltage Meter 12373; I Sencore
WHEREAS'. certain property Tube Checker TC142; 1 Elco The meeting starts at 9:30 a. CHURCH SERVICES 9:00: a. m.Catechism. ,
owners' In the area having, appeared Signal Generator. 34826; 1 Accu- m. in the church fellowshiphall. Classes. 3:00 p. In.
and objected to the va- rate Vacuum Tube Meter 152. -
I cating, abandoning Discontinuing The said property as aforesaid.being SUNDAY. NOV. 9 Tuesday.
and closing of said dedicated satisfy I said I judgment Mrs. Bernie Wilson will be '
1er
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road unless ingress and egress to any and all val "Adam and Fallen Man"Is '
Was provided; and id prior mortgages, liens and soloist. Hostesses for the cof- St. Stephens, Bunnell

WHEREAS abandoning\ :: that discontinuing encumbrances and rights. Dated fee, hour are Mrs. Oscar Meiss the title of the ChristianS Sunday Mass:.._...10:30: a. In.
vacating: this 4th day of November 1969.
the
1ence Lesson.Sermon to
and closing of said OEOROE M. MOODY'Clerk and Mrs. Fred Marks.'ATrEND be Catechism Classes: 3 p. m. ,
dedicated road will not Interfere Circuit Court read in the denomination's Tuesday. '"

with the county road system and Flagler County. Florida churches next Sunday.The :
other- Confessions before all masses.
If Ingress and egress Is (SEAL)
wise provided, will not depriveany W. FARRIS McGEE THE following verse Is Included Weekday'' Devotion: Novena

person of a reasonable P. O. Box 356 CHURCH OF YOUR in. the Responsive
and
means of ingress and egress to Bunnell Florida to Our Lady Wednesday I
his premises from at least one Attorney for Plaintiff CHOICE QN SUNDAYLEGAL Reading: "Wherefore the rather Saturday after Mass. .

,:;.. county therefore state or: federal 'highway Nov. 6/ ltc._ brethren, give diligence to 'I'

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN ADVERTISEMENT make your calling and election Community Memorial

BOARD OF OF COUNTY FLAGLER COMMISSIONERS COUNTY -- REQUEST FOR DIDS sure: for If ye do these Church

FLORIDA AS FOLLOWS: Tim CIRCUIT COURT OF Notice l la hereby given that things, ye shall never fall." '.
1. That the dedicated road In AGIEIl COUNTY. FLORIDA the East Flagler Mosquito Con- All are welcome to attend Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
Flagler County. Florida soughtto trol District Flagler .Beach. Reverend R. W. Dickert. Pastor
described as fol- In Crane No. O4f -D Florida will sealed bids this service.A I
closed Is accept
.' lows be: MAGGIE LOU "WALKERPlaintiff at the office 1890 Daytona Avenue from Science and Sunday School ?_.._..?.:_...9:45: 'J
following dedicatedroad Flagler Beach, up to anduntil pasage Worship Service __.11:00:
The DuPONT 4:30: P. M. on November 17 Health with Key to the Scriptures Guild
Ladles Last
as
known WALKER : Thursday
EZKEL 1969, for the following for ffscatyear .
Baker Eddy
diagon- Mary
by
ROAD running northwesterly: Defendant ending September 30th of each month at,2 p. m. .J;
ally In a through .the NOTICE TO DEFEND 1970. states: "The divine nature v;
t direction deacrlbea THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Furnish approximately Twenty was best expressed in Christ -
following to-wit: EZKEL WALKERRellidence Thousand t (20.000) gallons First Baptist ChurchRev.
property Unknown No. 2 Fuel Oil to be delivered to Jesus who threw upon more
PONTtESTATES 1't of Du- You are hereby notified that a the District's storage tanks In tals the truer reflection of God Charles Anders Pastor :
SUDDIVIS- suit has been filed against you quantities suitable for the capacity -
ION r.deUb\\ Plat In the above entitled cause: and of tanks, which la approximately and lifted their lives higher Moody Boulevard Bunnell

Book 3,spar: County. Records you are hereby required to Die 8.000 gallons. Quotationsto than. their poor thought-mod Sunday School.....:. ..9:45 a. m. ,
of Flagler Florida your answer with the Clerk of include applicable taxes
being: described as follows this Court, and to serve a copy and to be a all rm bid baaed on els would allow,-thoughts Worship Service..11:00: a. m.

: at the point thereof upon the plaintiff or 60 degrees temperature and to which presented man as fallen Evening Worship..._7:30 p. m.
Westerly
where a P Section} plaintiffs attorney whose name state terms of payment. 1
of the South line of and address Is: Furnish approximately two sick, sinning and }dying. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. !

o s East,1 intersects Horace E. Hill ) gallons .Regu Wednesday
Range 31 248 North Campbell Street lar ::\ln"OJ\ : shall meet
the Easterly boundary of the Daytona Beach. Floridanot all of the mir requirementsfor REV. ANDERS
600r right-Of-way of theFlorlaa later than t>ecember 8. A. D.. Regular Grade: Gasoline as First United Methodist
( Intracoastal Water17' 1969.If. set forth by the Department of RESIGNSThe
,I and running?, ethe you fall to ''do so. Default Agriculture of the State of Florida Lambert:: Avenue Bunnell
21 24" W. along will be entered against you for as authorized by Chapter Rev. Earle A. Wilder PastorSunday
An-
Charles ,
said Easterly right-of-way the relief demanded In the bill 525. Florida Statutes 1961. Gasoline Reverend
boundary a distance of fi51.I .- of complaint. The nature of said Inspection Law and Octane ders, pastor of First Baptist School..9:45 a. 'm.
thence North 69 31 ,30"E : suit for number shall be 90 better. .
9V being or
: : 20" 28 Church of Bunnell has an Worship Service. _J.l:00 a. m.
1214.26'. : thence S. DIVORCE Gasoline be delivered to the : -
< J; 30'.- Er 483.77'.to; ",a- point'Old In". WITNESS myt hand and seal District's .Headquarters north ofFlagler nounced his resignation to be Youth. Choir Rehearsal: 6:45
the Northerly line of. of' said Court this 30th day of Beach Florida In quantities .
'
-15th. He m. Wednesday
effective
November : .
p.
U. S. Highway A-t-A thence October A. D. 1969. for.storage tank facilities. ..
42' hereof a the Nor GEORGE M. MOODY Bidder to furnish storage tank hits been pastor of the local Children Choir Rehearsal:
therly line distanceof Clerk of said Circuit Court of 500 gallon capacity with dis- for than three 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3
of church
6 curvature of a 9 20' 48"' By Kathryn L. Emery In Include all applicable years. 3 p. m. ,
to the left having a: Deputy Clerk taxes and to be a Firm bid statInsr -
curve Church has not MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
613.69' thence '' : The Baptist' ,
radius of : Nov. 6, 1$. 20, 27. 4tc. terms of payment.
\ Southwesterly around! said'' Furnish approximately Twen- yet named a new pastor to 6:30: p. m.
of
curve an arc distance LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ty-five Hundred (2500) gallons succeed Reverend Anders. WSCS: : 1st Wednesday at
Intersection,
181.54' to an L. p. Gas delivered to the Dis- .
with the South line of said. -- """" trict's headquarters. Bidder to 9a.m.

Section 38: thence the S.South 67 REQUEST FOR RIDS furnish Storage Tank and 'dispensing COMMUNITY MEMORIAL .. .. Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
W. along Pump with Meter.
38' 30" Notice Is hereby given that
line of said nfeet. to the Board of County Commissioners Quotations to be Firm and to 8 p. m.
distance of 1010.61 of Flagler County. Flor- ..state terms .of payment.The CHURCH DINNER, Methodist Men: 3rd Wednesday
the point, of beginning. ida will receive'sealed bids until bulkier these requirements -
'2. That any right of Flagler 9:00: A. M.. Monday. December will be from May 1st 1970 FRIDAY 'NOVEMBER 7 at 7:15 p. m.
County. Florida the public. 1, 1969 In the office of the Clerkof to September> 1970.
to any {dnd or Interest the Circuit Court In the Kl' a frier Bids to be opened at the office -
l therein: acquired In connectionwith County Courthouse Bunnell. on Monday November 17, The Ladles Guild of Com- Flagler Beach United
the establishment maintenance Florida for the following: 1969 at 5:00 P. M. munity Memorial Church'at Methodist Church
said road, be The District reserves the right
or use of Material and/or Installation of
and the same Is hereby renouno- the followingItems I for runway I to reject any and all bids and Flagler Beach will serve din. DR. DALLAS BROWNING
11-29 at the Bunnell Airport: to waive any Informalities In ner at 6:00: p.m. Friday, November PASTOR

openingdosflstreets WOODS SUBDIVISION in WILLOW to .provide Runway LightsThreshold Lights bidding.East Flagler Mosquito 7 in the church fellow- Daytona Ave., Flagler B4ach a

adequate Ingress and egress west Taxiway Lights Control Lyman L.Dlst.Gage ChairmanOct. ship hall. Mrs. Gilbert Krier, Church School...__.9:45: a. m.

of to the DUPONT WILLOW; roperty oSUBDIVISION. The Beacon Board reserves the right. 30, Nov. 6. 2to president Is chairman. Morning Worshlp..11:00 a. m.

as the Interests of the Countv "" Proceeds go toward theGuild's Womens Society Christian
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE .
3. That right of Flagler may require to reject any or all church fund. The Pub- I
FloIda Service 2nd of each
{ County. dellneatedbonany bids and to waive any Infomal- OF ADOPTION OF : Thursday

, in and Ito the land a Itles In bids received. RESOLUTION lIc is Invited.THANKSGIVING. month at...?.._..?.._.?9:30: a. m. ,
recorded map or plat as Dated at Bunnell.; Florida this THE STATE OF FLORIDATO '
IItreet avenue. alleyway with 4th dav of November 1969. : ALL INTERESTED PERSONS .. The ''pastor's sermon topic
r. hlihway In connection OTIS S. HUNTER Chairman will be'"The Christian's Secret ,

the establishment of county.roads maintenanceor be and Board' of of County Commissioners YOU ARE*.HEREBY NOTIFI. PROGRAM PRESENTEDTO of a Happy Life". '
use ED that after a public hearing
renouncedand
the same are hereby the Kl a trier County Florida the Board of County Commissioners DORCAS CLASS"Thanksgiving" ,
disclaimed subject toT ATTEST: GEORGE M. MOODY. of Flagler County Florida -
of streets In provide Clerk met on November 3. 1969 was the PENTECOSTAL
WOODS SUBDIVISION to Nov. 6 and 13. 1969. 2tc..
and passed and adopted the following -
adequate ingress and egress resolution: topic of the program presented HOLINESS CHURCH

the DUPONT WILaW property WOODS went LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN "NOW THEREFORE. BE IT by Mrs. C. B. King at the Bunnell Off Franz St.

SUBDIVISION.? the I THE 'CIRCUIT COUnT OF IgEt'te! ? Board; after of a County public Dorcas Class meeting Monday REV. JOHN L. LINGOLD
by
PASSED and ..'ADOPTED. COMMISSIONERS FT.AaL.KR. COUNTY FLORIDA Commissioners of Flagler Coun- night at the home of Mrs. ;J. Sunday School..10:00 a. m.

the BOARD OF' FLAGLERCOUNTY. 'ty. Florida hereby exercise the B. Matherly. Mrs. P. Dachoff Worship Service. _.11OO- a. m.
It by 33609.et ?
'power granted to
this 3rd In Case No. :%'rt-R
FLORIDA.1969. HENRY. D. AVERY seq.. Florida Statutes and It was cohostess.' Prayer Meet.Wed. 7:30 p. m.
day of November Plaintiff hereby vacates, abandons discontinues Class President Mrs. G. Ken Worship Serv..sun. 7:30 p. m.
(OFFICIAL SEALO WTY COM- and closes that por-
BOARD O ER DORA A.. AVERY tion of the unimproved trail dall announced there wouldbe

.FLORIDA Defendant known' as the Coast Guard Road a visitation Tuesday Nov. -
COUNTY. Chairman NOTICE TO DEFEND which Is more specifically described St. Thomas Episcopal
By 1111 Otis Hunter THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: as: 25 at 3 p. m. at the church. The Rev. Thomas Mably ,
ATTESTs : DORA A. AVERY That portion of the unim- Bibles and cookies will be de-
/ / George M. Moody GEORGIA STATE HOS- proved trail known ,as the Priest In Charge' \,..
Clerk Circuit Court Florida PITAL Coast Guard Road which livered to, aged shut-ins- Mrs. 3 miles east of, Bunnell on \
Flagler County. Nov'' 6 ltc MILLEDGEVILLE. GEORGIA runs parallel to the Ocean Kendall said. 'r
and Just upland of the sand Highway 100'
'
You are hereby notified that a dune line In southerly::: ; Plans were completed for a ;
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT suit has been filed against you Florida from a workshop December 1 to make Morning Worshlp... 10OO a. m.
In the above entitled cause; and point commencing where Church School?_?10:00: a. m.
] OF you are! hereby required to file! Ocean Shore Boulevard holiday gifts for hospital pa
I FN' TifF CIRCUITNTY.. FI this Court... and to serve a copy an easterly direction at the each month t
JAi? ArrrioiV NO. 10t -A. thereof upon the plaintiff or Intercoastal Waterway' spur attend the workshop at 7 ..
g&noW L. NIGIIT. ri.mtueOERAIDk. plaintiffs attorney whose name canal In Government Lot 5. p.; m. ,at the church. '
Section 1O, Township US.
and address Is: First Baptist Church
M CANDI ESS.jR5flCIfliioV HORACE E. HILL Range 31E. to a northerly The hostesses served refreshments -

248 North ,Campbell Street point located at the north- to fifteen,, members N. Central Ave.. Fltf ler Beach
:;
line of Government Lot .
FORECLOSURE Daytona Beach Florida ern
,:
'
: '' Rev. Max HalL PastOI'Sunday
SALE not later than December. 8. A. D. 2, Section 28, Township lOS .: > .
Defendant herein and all 969. Range IE- ." School.945 a. m.

To others the, notice George Is given M.that MoodY.Clerk the. will.If be yOU entered fall to against do .o. you Default for sefI of ErielJ1! hand n and of the the METHODIST MEN ITO Worship Service1llOO a. m.

,'underalgned.of Circuit Court of the relief demanded In the bill Board of County Commissioners MEET NOV. '10 Wednesday Evening Prayer \
CoSntyFlorida I under of complaint. The nature of said of Flagler I County Florida, this ,
'Flagler ; Service .._..__._.7.00 p. m.
day of November.! 1969
: to a Ana J"0 ,suit being for 3rd The Rev. Reynold Hoover .
and pursuant entered,In DIVORCEWITNESS BOARD OF COUNTY COM- First Wednesday after the
At of Foreclosure entitled cause.' .wlllt; I' MISSIONERS. FLAGLER former pastor will: present a
of
1'r'h 1.athand'ae:1: First Sunday each month t
within legal hour- of lIale' 0 f; said COUNTY. FLORIDA travelogue at. the Flagler ;
the 11:00: A| M. and Z:oo P.ti? Octob-r' A. DI 1969. By Otis S. HunterChairman Family Night ___.6:00: p. m. I:
between! Beach Methodist .
the 13th d ; GEORGE M. MOODY. Men's meeting
front Business Meeting 7:30
M on Thursday: p. m. '
i
9.t the Clerk of said Circuit, Court ATTEST: Nov. 10 ,;
969.. Monday at
November. tr1agJe1' County .(Official Seal) George M. Moody Tp. m. Community Hymn Sing 1st
door of the Bunnell Florida. offer Emery Clerk. Circuit Court '. > Ladies: are Invitedand refreshments of each month
Courthouse, Deputy r.kL. County. Florida Sunday .7 p.m.
: auction to Flagler ;
at pubi e will ''be served.
sale
for all Nor. 6. IS. '20. 4tc. Nov. 6. ltc. .
the highest bidder for cash 27. '. -.,......:

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THUIIS.. 6.
I FIFTIETH; ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION MISS EMERY:, .,... --"1'E-- FLACLER TRIBUNE

II MR. OLIVER SHRINE CLUB WOMAN'S CLUB

T- ENGAGED FISH FRY IOBBY
CRAFT- ?
Mr. and Mrs. David Harold THURSDAYFlagler
County Shriners. SHOW NOV. 22 .
Emery, Espanola, announce ,
IL the engagement of their their wives and guests, will There is a flurry of activityand
7:00at
at
daughter Miss Cell Joyce have a fish fry tonight planning at the Woman'sClub
Emery, to Lawrence Lee Oliver the Bunnell Masonic Tem as members prepare for

., son of Mrs. Hugh C. Oliver ple. the club's Craft and Hobby
Pal tka.. and the late H. All Shriners are remindedto
.. Show, scheduled Saturday,
C. Oliver.A attend, according to President
M4 November 22 at the clubhouse,
December wedding is Henry Scott. 1524 Central Ave., Flagler
planned.
Miss Emery is a graduateof OES OFFICIAL Beach.
Bunnell, High School and INSPECTION The 1969 show chairmen are
Daytona Beach Junior College. SCHEDULED Mrs. E. W. Schmidt and Mrs.
She, received a Bachelor of Grand Conductress Mrs. T. E. McDermott. Show hoursare
Science degree In Accounting Betty Snell, as Deputy for the 1to5p.m.
r from Stetson< University. She ,Worthy Grand Matron of the The exhibition Is open to
tL* ; js Assistant Finance Officerfor Grand Chapter of Florida Order amateurs of all ages. Professionals .
i4 Pi'* Putnam County School of Eastern Star, will make can enter but their
: District. her official Inspection Thurs. displays will not be judged.

Her fiance, a graduate ofBt. day, November 13. Anyone interested in the ex.
Augustine High School, at. Refreshments will be served hibit is asked to contact Mrs.
tended St. .Johns River Junior after the meeting.All Rchmldt or Mrs. McDermott.
: t College and holds a Bachelorof members of Eastern Deadline for registering. Is
f qhtW.py. Science degree in. Animal Star Chapter No. 93 are reminded Wednesday, Nov. 19.

Science from the Universityof to attend. .
Florida. He Is a Vocational
Agriculture instructor for Pa VISITING IN OHIO DAV AUXILIARY

latka High Schools. Mrs. George Skolar left RUMMAGE SALE ,
Wednesday for Madison, Ohio
KELLY KATHLEEN WELLS / to visit her son in law and SATURDAY

1 7y Mrs and Mrs. Gary Wells, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary
Wells and Infant daughter, Disabled American Veterans
Madison, Ohio, are parents of
Auxiliary members are busy
a daughter born Monday, November Kelly Kathleen.
preparing for their rummagesale
3 at Lake
County TITIA KNIGHT Saturday in front of the
,Memorial Hospital. WIllough..
.. Bunnell Civic Center.
Photo By Ted Ileln by, Ohio. HAS TONSILECTOMY
She weighed eight pounds, Titla Knight underwent a Proceeds from the sale go
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gerdes, 204 N. Central Ave., Flagler
Beach, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, nine ounces at birth and has tonsilectomy Tuesday at Fdag- toward the organization's ac
been named Kathleen.Mr. ler In St. tivities.
Kelly Hospital Augustine.
I
October 25 at a party at the Flagler Beach Pier Restaurant. More
Those who have items to
and Mrs. George Sko- Titla is the daughter of Mr.
than forty friends of the couple attended the celebration.. lar, Bunnell, are the maternal and Mrs: Gene Knight, Haw donate are asked to contact

\. The Gerdes' were married In Pleasantvllle, N. Y.. and made grandparents. Creek. Mrs. Gilbert Krier, chairman.
their home there until moving to Flagler Beach six years ago. --- ---

They have one daughter, ;Mrs. Henry. Hotz Chappqua, West BHS STUDENTS HAVE TACKY DAY I

I Chester N. Yl 1 CBS,

Mr. Gerdes, who recently celebrated his 90th birthday, was

a fireman. until ,his retirement. .
I

ARRIVES FOR VISIT STEFLIKS IN TAMPA

:Miss Sylvia Chong, Panama Mr. and Mrs. Mike Steflik '
Canal Zone, arrived at Flagler attended the First Annual -I & i :
Beach Tuesday to spend two Parents Weekend at Universi

weeks vacation with her ty of Tampa last weekend. q. ,
brother in law and sister, Mr. The Stefllk's daughter, ; z
and Mrs. Jack Abbott and Mary Anne, is a freshman, at

family. the university.

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1IItIR Winners at Tacky Day at Bunnell High School Friday won free#passes to the football

Shown, 1 to r, are Linda Nipper Barbara Damron, Lila Allen, Principal Cliff McGriff, Mary game.Jo I
Bryant, Mel sen la Minis, Chester Smith, Johnny Emanuel and Ken Whitney..


ATLANTA VISITORMrs. IDLEWOOD CLUBBERS ed as hippies, won second-

R.: 'E. Stell, Atlanta ENJOY MASQUERADE place. and Bill and Mary ,
Ga., who Is ,staying in Or. Lenssen, portraying genies',
mond with Mr. and Mrs. Gib Blinking jack.o.lantenrns, placed third.
Anderson, visited in Bunnell and a witch decorated the

last week with Mr. and Mrs. beach home of Mr. and Mrs.: AREA WOMEN
---- Gene'.Knight and daughters.
Dale Brown when
i t t Little Sharon Giddens, 2, dressed as a ballerina, was judged members of ELECTED TO
prettiest at the VFW Auxiliary Halloween Carnival Friday after UNDERGOES SURGERYMrs. the Idlewood Club held their SATRDA
annual Halloween BOARD
I' noon. Deborah Mikulka disguised as a mummy was judgeda John Clegg, Mrs. Rich costume .
winner; Martin and Holly Steflik took the prize for the most ard Cantrell, Mrs. Edward party Saturday night. Mrs. W. E. Knight, 900 E.'
original for their Pilgrim and Turkey costumes. Hawkins, Mrs. Lee Blakelyand Judges selected three winners Lambert Avenue, Bunnell, and
------- Miss Marie Muzyka were in the costume parade Mrs. C. G. Biddle 187 River-
RECENT VISITORS Mrs. Gene Bowers spent last In Gainesville Tuesday with 'and Dr. Ben and Judy Lacy beach Drive Ormond Beach,
week at Bartow. visiting Mrs. their brother Paul Forsyth dressed as story ,book char. were elected as new membersof
Recent Visitors at the home Pratt Johnson.COME who underwent,major surgeryat acters Jack and Gill, walked the board of trustees of
of Mrs. Daisy Buckles, East the Veterans Hospital. off with first prize. Tom and the Spaceport Area Tubercu
.VI Moody Blvd., Bunnell, were Miss Dot Webster accompanied Anita Lenssen and Anita's losis and Respiratory Disease
Mr. 'and Mrs. Edward Dillon Assn. at a recent meeting at
TO BUNNELL TO them on the trip. father, Tom Humphries dress-
f\ Warwick R. I., Edward Dillon, Titusville.. .
i.\ Sr., Providence, R. I. and Mrs. SHOP WEEKEND VISITORS

Wendell Hoel, Jacksonville, Weekend houseguests at >,+kr?:Y.
.' Miss Doris Hoel, Tampa, Mrs. Drop Your Laundry Off Ii
the home of Mr<, and-Mrs. J. B. ( WHO \
Al Vanderhoff and children,
). I Before; Pick-up Later Matherly, Bunnell, were Mr.
g: Lesa and Sherry, PenSacola, and Mrs. Henry Matherly of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilhert, Louisville, Ky. ;, DROPPED I t tIt

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. 20 Ibs Washer 35c The Matherlys were enroute
Willard Johnson, Jacksonville home after spending several [THAT BUCKET

Mrs. Kay Panella, weeks at Florida ,with
'Naples
Gainesville, Miss Sylvia 1 14= Ibs Washer 25cWe
their daughter and son.in law, R4IW7
j Wadsworth, Brunswick, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Otten.
Miss Candace Wadsworth, :
t Daytona Beach and Mr. and Wash Rugs CLASSIPIEDADVERTISING .
was only Junior. '
Prevatt Seville. '
Mrs. Douglas upsetting #
4 his bowl of cer
;
I ) S/Sgt. and Mrs. James Min Amy's laundry HOUSES FOR SALE-Sacrifice eal. That is, his way of ;] "
chew and children of Virginla insisting that you supply .
by owner-New CBS 3 bed-
are visiting In Bunnell with him with the
finest
:
/ US 1 rooms 2 tile baths, custom
her mother, Mrs. Virginia kitchen, hardwood floors, utility in baby products_ from hilI,
and his parents,
Wyndham '
Bunnell Florida room. Quiet neighbor
I Mr. Mrs. James Minchew.,, ,
,and
,hood. Call Flagler Beach 439- ..
Mr and Mrs.. Gerald Man. : P.. S. Don't Forget to '2481 after 7 p. ,m. 'ltp. T

uel and sons, Stephen' and Wash Car FOR SALE-Sacrifice' 10x55ft. C

'MIke, former Bunnellltes now 3 bedroom mobile home.

t. residing< In Callahan, spent Thrift-T Car Wash My loss-Your gain-$1800 ', .' SUNDRIES ;: :
I i:' last weekend In Bunnell visitIng full price. Call Flagler Beach ,. FOUNTAIN & GIFT SHOP .c'
friends. '* 439.2481 after 7 'p. m. Itp.


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5-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS.,. NOV. 6. 1969 DISTRICT' GOVERNOR FLAGLER CATTLEMAN AWARDED PLAQUE

.. TO ADDRESS
NEW APPLIANCE
MRS. MOODY
STORE OPEN FOR BEACH LIONS

HONORED: ; BY BUSINESS Lions District Governor II.

Siegfried O. (Bob) Peck, Ocoee, will ad.
Appliances openedfor
VIRGINIA TEACHERSMrs. business in Bunnell Nov. dress the Flagler Beach Lions
Club Monday night, Nov. 10
1. The new store is located at
Leonard Moody, a the at 7:30: In the club room' at
corner of St. and
Bay ,
teacher in Virginia public Beach *
Moody Blvd. and is Flagler
operatedby
schools, was .
recently designated Calvin Lions International has pro
Siegfried. Mr. Sieg N
as president-elect of As.soclatIon November
"Govern
fried and his father, C. Sieg claimed
of Classroom Teach. or's Month", and all local
fried F
Sr.
are owners, and operators
ers of Virginia. She will take
of Lions are urged to attend this
an appliance repair
office next year.
business in Holly HIl. special program.

Mrs. Moody, a former teach. The new store will carry used Plans for the club's second

er in Flagler County Schools, appliances, new and used annual Charter Night banquet ...
November 24 will be
was elected at the state con televisions and features repairs -
vention held in Richmondlast on all major appliances. completed: The event will be
held at the Dolphin Restau,
Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Lewis Woods of Bun
nell has been employed as rant at Marlneland.

clerk.
HUNTING VIOLATORS

FINED
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Wayman Franklin .Barrs
and Merrill Earnest Daugharty -
One of Flagler Beach's prominent citizens Lyman L.. Gage
Buddy Knox Sez both from DeLand, were'
placed in Flagler County Jail right, is shown receiving an Honorary Directors Plague at the

early Thursday by Sheriff P. Florida Cattlemen's Assn. Board of Directors meeting at Kisslm-
A. Edmonson and charged
,with trespassing and attempt. mee recently. Charles Lykes F. C. A. President .left, also pre

What did yo.u. say when you ? ? ing to take illegal game. sented plaques to George Bindery, Volusla County and. L.. E.

The men posted $300 bond Everett, Pasco County. ;
each and were scheduled to

Took $3.90 to the,' store for. 10 lb. turkey appear before County Judge Mr. Gage has resided in Flagler County most of his life. He
rr. K. McKnight on November4th. owned and for and later
operated a dairy many years a commercial
found the 49 cents pound. '
price went up to a .
) beef cattle operation. He was instrumental in organiz

Ordered television set, advertised at $199.99. men According were- hunting to the Sheriff off State the ing the Volusia County Dairymen's Cattle Assn. and the Flagler

County Cattlemen's Assn. He has promoted .and assisted with
Salesman says sale over, is now $299.99. Road 305, 15 miles west of
Bunnell. They were appre the Flagler (Cracker Day events staged annually.

Went to get your favorite hair spray. Priceup hended by Deputies Charles

from .99 to $1.29. Cowart and Bud Henry.!


Had car serviced complete at favorite sta HONOR ROLL

tion. Attendant says sorry, out of S&H Green BUNNELLELEMENTARY SPECIAL'Nov.

Stamps. No. 2


This won't happen with our Home Heating Principal's First Six Honor Weeks Roll 6th Thru Nov. 13th ONLY

,
Oils. We buy contract price for 1 year, so our (All .A's' )

price will not increase before October 1st, 1970, Grades 4.6 STAR-RITE .JET PUMPS
Charlie Bass
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if then. Annette Ford '. .. (SHALLOW WELL)

If we're ever out of S&H Green Stamps, Cyretha Mitchell '. 1/3 H. P.................._..,$ 90.00

we'll mail them to you. Maxine. Tape 1/2 H. P......................... 100.00

"B" Honor Roll / H. P....*.........4........... 125.00 .
: f Grades: 4.6 .
:
Ask 'your neighbor he knows. % H. P.,with, 30 gaL tank 168.00 '
Robert Brinson .
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Keep snug this winter and use your Master Valmarle Evelyn Byrd Shirlene, Dudley ,> I WE CAN SUPPLY ALL YOUR PUMP

Charge Credit Card .with., Bobble Gale Edwards t NE Q AND, REPAIR' SERVICED 'I i I
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Earnestlne Fatt .
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LEGAL
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Contemporary and Country French ((1st time_showing)
PUBLIC 'NOTICE
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 437-3698.
that the Board of County Commissioners '" : .
Florida '
Flagler-County. -
rSPECIALF0R will hold a Public Hearingat -
T the Flagler County Courthouse .
County CommissionersRoom. ....- -
Bunnell, .Florida, at the
hour of 9:00 o'clock A. D.. December '.
1. 1969. on the establish : i
ment of a bulkhead line on that I
'portion of the Intracoastal Wat-
erway lying within the confines
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of the City of ,Flagler Beach. .
I Flori a. FLAGLER PLUMBING '
II The City of Flagler Beach has CO. 1
I adopted In Ordinance numbered ,, ,
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697. provisions for the establishment j"
of bulkhead lines along '
the Intracoastal Waterway within 15OO S. Daytona Avenue
theconfines Beach. of the City orFlaccler Id ii

This Notice Is given pursuantto .
the provisions of Chapter 253 Flagler. Beach .
RESIDENTS of the Florida Statutes, as '
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amended. : .Uer
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COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY... COMMISSIONERS Telephone: 439-2169 T. J. Miller? .
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FLAGLER I
OF FLAOLER COUNTY FLORIDA.By
: GEORGE Mr ,MOODY ., "
CLERIC r
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; .. IN RE! Estate ofLOTTIE ,
{ E. STfiELE. ..
,. w.nlo Wall C.p.t. Beautiful Furniture", NOTICE Deceased OF FINAL REPORT You are hereby notified that effective immediately .

Spacious Bathroom AND APPLICATION FOIL. DISCHARGE all'dead animals
t : .:Walk In Clo et of Interior Decoration reptiles, mammals et
.' .,' .:Large"Country, Kitchen Choice .; All persons are hereby notified cetera shall be placed in separate containers set .i
.... ... the undersigned aa executrix
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of said estate, has completed apart from garbage "cans. You are notified furtherthat
To Residents Of JacksonvilleQ I I : the' administration thereof all such containers shall be marked clearly ,
This Offer Not Available and has filed in said court her *
final report and application for as to their contents. For' example : Place a. dead

OPEN Week DaysSaturday 9A.M.-9P.M.. discharge any. should Objections be duly flied.thereto.:After If dog, cat, or snake in ,a heavy carton or sturdy
9A.M.-9P.M. flllnfr proof of publication showIng .- container beside' your garbage can. Mark the}
notice has been published
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Sunday 1 P.M.-7 once this a week for four consecutive container "DEAD CAT DEAD' DOG. OR POTSV.ONOUS .
x weeks the matter of approval ..V
MOBILE HOMES of said report and the or- SNAKE, .. ;
UICK deringof estate will distribution come before. of said the The City believes that these precautions: '

FrVt; publication on''aO. October insure the safety of* children, other animals' and. :

LOCATIONS 1969 '. the people who handle the garbage. .
JACKSONVILLE MILDRED M. ,LANDEIIB.As "
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742 South Lane Avenue(Off 1 MO) :.434Z.P.fIlIJips. Highway(U.S.1,South) Iceland" B.Executrix Shaw of.ST. said,,. estate Thank you. .', J

Phone: ((904))781-9677 PHon: ((904))393-0984 Bunnell.. O. Box Florida 296 'V/*". THE CITY OF BUNNELL, FLORID t .:J.*.f, 't:

Attorney for Executrix; ,,,
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6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.* NOV. 6, 1969 HOSPITAL NOTES ward Selph.DISCHARGED.
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.. SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROB- TO THE ADMITTED: Zeno>Loulzes, Charles Grant, .
CLASSIFIED LEMS and have fun too, by LETTERS EDITOR George Stehle Laura Heede, Robert Kendall. Hazel Holland -

1 having a Tupperware party in Joyce 'Clark, David Porter, ,, Catherine Parker, Buelah
ADVERTISINGTROPIC your home or organization Baby Boy Clark, Margaret Allen, Maebelle ,Cruse, Kralg
(Flagler Beach and Bunnell Howell, Oreta Thorn, James Crouch, Geraldine Brown,
IQI areas.) Call 439.2490.t3tp. Itc Dear Mr. Clegg: Hogan, John Pelllcer, Beulah Curtis Rodgers, Marie WillIams -
As Information I transmit Clarence Mitchell Walker Dunson
FOR SALE-Furnished 2 bed Allen, Mary Mary
room home, 1 block fromocean. herewith a self-explanatory Roberts, Vicki Barber .Mary' Roberts, Joyce Clark, Baby
GARDENLet Unfurnished 3. bed- letter which I have Just re- Williams, Alice Thacker Pan Boy Clark, John Campbell,
ceived from the State Admin- sy Jones, :Mary Oswald, Alma John Herman, Charles Dona
us help beautify Flagler room home 2 new unfurnished
istrator of the Farmers Home Williams Lillian Padrock, O. hue, Laura Heede, James Ho-
County. Large variety of evergreens 3 bedroom homes. All
Administration.While R. Dickson, Elaine Selph, Ed. gan, Clarence Mitchell.
hedge plants. centrally located. Caldwell
palms, the outlook Is not
5V4 miles S of Bunnell on Realty 4392100. Nov. 6, 4tc. good for immediate initiationof
U. S. 1. Feb., 15-tf c -
FOR SALE-5 acre site ocean your City's project. I earn. --=_- -= I
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain to river-with CBS home. estly' hope that arrangementswhich 1-=- --

fields Installed: Rota-Roter Room for nice oceanfront motel ,Mr. Shaddtck describes

snail:shelL Reasonable prices. Beautiful beach on North will eventually allow the Cityto

Call George Jarosz 437-3410 AlA. Caldwell Realty\ 4392100. correct the serious problem
8-1-tf Nov. 6 4tc. which now confronts it con-
: cerning its water system and
'-. Poodle grooming. Jia Miller, Fja4rrPf"j
,FOR SALE-37 fit house trailer sewage disposal system.
complete with 50x100 ft.,lot Phone 4373846. Itc. With kindest regards. I am

/ between Hwy.' AlA and canal, ""UNCLAIMED FREIGHT Yours faithfully.
miles north of Flagler
seven 6 Deluxe solid state fully Spessard, L. Holland ,
,:Beach, $2100. Call 439.2000 transistorized stereophonichigh
weekdays or 439.2380 on
weekends. 10-2-TFC fidelity consoles in beau- Honorable Spessard L. Holland
tiful hand rubbed finish. Deluxe '

F FOR SALE-Used Furnishings BSR 4 speed record United States Senate

Tables, chairs, lamps' sofa, changer and 4 speaker audio Washington, D. C. 2051O ,/ '" "!!

bed, mattress and springs, system. To be sold for $88.00 Dear'Spessard: -- flS
blankets pictures platform each. Can be paid for at $6.00

rocker. 2100 S. Central Ave., per month. May be inspectedin Representatives from this

t. Flagler Beach, after 3 p. m. warehouse at Unclaimed office met with the City Not Jig, to the Limit?,

only. Oct. 30 2tp Freight, 527 Volusia, Daytona, Council, City 'of Bunnell Sep- '
Mon. thru Fri. 9 a. m. to 6 tember 10, 1969. and reviewed By Tom Andrew

FOR SALE-or RENT-3 bed- p. m. Sat. 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. with the Council, their engineer Our rowboat slipped silently among sailboats and cabin: cruis;
room house, 20 acres of land. Itc and attorney, tre application ers lying peacefully at anchor. A burnt-orange sun-made its last
Call 246.2949 Bainbridge Ga. for a loan and grant to appearance as we tied up to a buoy. It dropped: from a shred
; .or write C. H. Knight, 116 East SLIGHTLY 'SCRATCHEDIn improve their water system ol cumulus to the treetops in only a few minutes giving my

College, BaInbridge Ga. TFC shipment, 4 new 1969 ZigZag and Install a sewer system. partner and I just enough timeto
clip on the new "Lucky"Lujona with whipping action of the
Sewing Machines with Based on grant funds expected -
FOR SALE-1965 Plymouth we had been waiting to rod tips. -
III auto A. C., Excellent' full factory guarantee. Na we advised the council turn loose on the walleyes that Both Bill and I were amazedat
Fury tionally advertised brands. To that it would probably be made this bay 'productive. the speed with which the
condition, will trade for pick- be sold for $35.00 each or $6.00 July: 1970 before the loan and Billy Cullerton was with me lure hit bottom (Needless to
up truck. Call or see Charles monthly. These machines may grant could be processed. on this evening several years say it cast like a bullet in typi-

Trad 4392330. 10.30, 4tc. be inspected in warehouse at Since September 10, 1969, ago. Bill, a long-time compan- cal Johnson fashion.) And the
ion on Louis Johnson Co.'sstaff fish hit almost immediately
PART TIME-FULL TIME Unclaimed Freight, 527 Volu- another project with a higher of had
fishing experts (though.this isn't always true).
Earn $2.50 $3.00 hr. in your sia, Daytona Mon.' thru Fri. priority rating has been' de with him the first models of the Satisfied''that "Lucky" Lujon
spare time. Build a businessof 9 a. m. 6 p. m.. Sat. 9 a. layed. Based on this, we expect Luj'on, a jigging-type lure. performed ,well in a cast-and-
1' Itc. to submit the It had rained heavily, all
your own. Write Box 823, m. p., m. complete retrieve situation, and with
Ormond Beach. Call 677-2056 docket onuthe'City,' of,Bunnellto day. Now at sundown we were dusk deep about us, we dropped
our National Office for re- tossing our Lujona among our lures over the side
or 4392117. 10304tp. boats at rest over a weedy
when they hit bottom we re-
AVON view and recommendation
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anchorage that even some local trieved 6 in. and flicked the
FOR RENT-Furnished 1 bed- REPRESENTATIVEBepladng that) we be given authority to anglers didn't know was the rod tips.

; room house. Large living area. Mary Lou approve a loan in,the amountof best spot on the lake. For five minutes, it, seemedthe
Call 437.3304. Mrs. H. Wray, Durrance I I $708,009.00and a grant in Billy was first to hang a fish had deserted us. But
'. 200 S. Stone St., Bunnell. Itc. the amount of $199,000.00. t walleye just moments before that's how long it took those
RACHEL RUSSELL We have this day discussedthis another gobbled my lure at walleyes to spot the action I
boatside. We strung another
START EARLY Phone 439.2516 with "the City's engineerand nice pair of walleyes and a Until we had each taken our
,. he advises that the proposed smallmouth before comparingnotes. limit. Billy and I did nothing
PAINT UP NOW
development can be but hook and net walleyes, releasing -
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FOR XMAS made with the above funds, The' Lon: slim forged- several that wed look
3:J Col.: Good Latex$5 l'.O.< ., F. ALFORD plus a. grant already author- brass lure with{'treble hooks in for the following year.

Choice 70 Pastel Colors ized,,by FWPCA.'I This grant Is its heavy end. was, just made In the years since. Bill Cul
Real Estate Broker
YEOMAN'S PAINT for jigging. We were castingthe lerton and I. have 'found"Lucky"
in connection with the '
FACTORY treat nickel silver model into 10 : Lujon a lure to trust
677-802O 1826 Nova Road Registered ment plant. to 20 ft. of water. Our rapid in all parts of the world. Why
ORMOND BunnelL Florida We have requested Mr. Ramon retrieves were accompanied not jig to the limit yourself? ,

Y' .. D. McGough, County Supervisor -.
in Sanford, to submit

the required- loan and grant BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
docket to this office prior to

November 1, :1969, in order I

after you see hhat we niay submit it to the. PLAN AHEAD FORCHRISTMAS
National Office for review and

HAVE YOU your doctor. authority to approve.

I'I HAD SOUR The City's need for the development ,

c1 Ck-a bring yourprescription .is urgent and we LET US HELP YOU PLAN FOR
r, are pleased that we will be in
to a position'' to'' handle their request Gun Racks :: Built in Kitchens

for funds this fiscal ,Bookcases; :: Built In Furniture
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year. Vanities : : Breakfast Bars
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The Increase In development
j grant funds passed by No order too small (minimum '$4)

the' Senate will help other Laminated .Plastics :: Upholstery Fronts
towns correct their water and
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Professional Bid 9. sewage problems earlier than FREE ESTIMATESEvening

Anticipated. _
We appreciate your continued Planning Arranged
interest and help in
viding funds to make pro the 107 Bay St. Day 437-3513 Night 437- 928

small towns and cities in Flor- .

ida a better place to live. "

I BINGO8OO.P. M William T., Shaddlck
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L J. FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL Home Admin.Istration' .

SPONSORED BY- "* A. 'H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

I.KOAL. ADVERTISEMENT \ JOHN CAPO Manager
Disabled American Veterans
: ,, # IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR .
t; Kl.AOLKIl COUNTY. FLORIDA. OXYGEN
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l! I ',: TONIGHT (Thursday) IDA CANE ROSETTA' Plaintiff NO. 8.19 KERNS DIV. H CONDITIONED. I ATTENDANT LADY I' EQUIPPED


.. FREE REFRESHMENTS CHARLES FRANK KERNS. CHAPEL, ,AMBULANCES
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\ im Booe Chapter No. 86 DetendantMOTICF. OF SUIT' NO PROP'KIITY Phone ID 7-3532

J' 'I".J .NO MINORS ALLOWED TO: CHARLES, FRANK KERNS- BUNNELL.
whose residence If unknown 201 ,E. MOODY BLVD. FLORIDA
:! YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -'
that an action for divorce .-
has been filed against you. and .
h.. 'llIlI.illIjIlIllIlIIllIlIII11! ;! II!I III!l I,II:1f111i1t11I! illI!, i1l111 T1ThmnlttlllllIll"IIIIIllmllllll"IIIP"j ( you are required to verve a. copy .
of your written defense.' If any
j to It, on the plaintiff attorney, : .
.11TI 1 whose name and address !. I Flagler County Insurance
ON TIMECERTIFICATES (
I NICHOLAS A. GEORGE of O.- R
1 C 50 Inaky &: George. 600 N., Olean- ,
r 10 der Avenue. Daytona'' Beach I -
Florida. and file the orlglnaiwith Inc. t'All -
;. the Clerk of the above Agency .
styled Court on or before Nov- 4 ,
VOMISIACOOMTY MINIMUM $3X300-80 DAYS ember 24. 1969; otherwise a. Judg- .
ment may be entered agralnat
NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY you for the relief demanded In Forms of Insurance
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complaint or
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t "'1 1t WITNESS hand and the
BANK! seal of the aald my Court on the I 3O5 East ,MOody" Blvd., -:-- Phone 437-3171
Granada
Ph. 677.8217 175 W.
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14th day of October. lj
Ormond Beach. Florida GEORGE M. MOODY ", '!;\i. nell, Florida 32O1O
r Clerk Circuit Court
"fI... (SEAL) T CASUALTY
LIFE FIRE AUTO BONDS
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ship 13 South, Range 30 East .. I recorded IN SAID COMPLAINT Olt. PETITION You are hereby notified thata
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN located 1000.00 feet. Easterly of in TOr..ori.Io: t? ,AND TO SHOW CAUSE IF suit has been tiled against you
the Southwest corner of said, 215 in 'favor of JTHE FEDEYlAL ANY YOU HAVE. WHY SAID In the 'above entitled cause and
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF Section'' 20: thence .;un. North LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA; PROPERTY SHOULD NOT BE you are hereby required to file*
THE 7th JUDICIAI' CIUCUIT. 41.47'30" East 901.90 feet; thence and TIMBER pEED ret orded In CONDEMNED. FOR THE USES your answer with, the Clerk of
IN AND FOIL FLA.GLEU, North 4139'30Bast 316 .90 feet O. R. Boqk+ 28' ?page'' 496 in fav- AND PURPOSES AS SET this Court and to serve a copy
COUNTY, FLORIDA to Station 98 plus 50: thence continue -, or'of' OCALA LUMBER, SALES. FORTH IN THE COMPLAINT thereof upon the plaintiff or
CIVIL ACTION NO. 1040-A. North 41.3930 East 300 COMPANYDEFENDANTS- OR PETITION FILED HEREIN. plaintiff's attorney, whose. name
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART feet .. Station 101 -839.g8.i ARE IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO. A and address is: -
MENT OF TRANSPORTATIONand ceto continue North LIVING AND IF ANY OR ALL, DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED R. K. ROBEJRSON
East 1472.55 feet: thence North OF 14AI13' DEFENDANT OR DEFENDANTS AGAINST YOU FOR ,THE RE 204 Conrad Building
AGLER COUNTY. 41.4930 East 656.76 feet to ARE 'DECEASED: LIEF DEMANDED IN TILE 112 West New York- Avenue
Plaintiffs) a point on the East boundaryof THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE. COMPLAINT OR PETITION. Deland Florida -32720
said Section 20 located 672.28 HEIRS. DEVISEeS: ,:'GRANTEES SE'XLT MY HAND ANT not later than November 26.
R. W. COb;* et al. feet Southerly of the Northeast CREDITORS LII.iNOHSOn.! OF SAID COURT ON THE 1969.
Defendants.NOTICR corner of said Section 20iB; OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING 17th DAY OF OCTOBER A. D.? A.IP" fall to do. 'so. Defaultwill
OK HEAHINO TO (PARCEL, No. 110.1. 110.3 cont.) BY, ; R g.u8D .fuE..PJ 1969 be entered against you for'
SHOW CAUSH NOTICE Containing 209.196 square feet AGAINST CLERK OF" THE 'CIRCUIT'. '' the relief demanded In the bill
OK SUIT \ (4.802 acres), more or less.-, exclusive ED DEFENDANT OR, DEFEND- COURT of complaint. The nature: of- said
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: of existing road rightsof .ANTS. IF ALIVE AND. IF By Clerk; L. Emery. suit being for
The Federal Land Bank of way. DEAD.- THEIR UNKNOWN Deputy tDIVORCE
OWNED BY: RAYMON F. SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES. (Seal) WITNESS my hand and seal
Columbiaco R. A. Darr. President TUCKER and wife BLANCHE LEGATEES. GRANTEES CREDITORS Oct. 23, 30 Nov. 6, 13. 4 to of said Court this 17th day oC
LIENORS.. OR OTHER October A. D$1969.GEORGE .
Columbia, South Carolina T. TUCKER -- .
SUBJECT MORTGAGE'recorded PARTIES BYTHROUGH } M. MOODY
PARCEL No. 110.1. 110.3. TO: CLAIMING LEGAL ADVERTISEMEl'I'I"
In O. R. Book 23. page R OIL Clerk of said Circuit Court
114.1. Y.4'Jea.3 215 In favor of THE FEDERAL AGAINST ANY" SUCH DECEASED IN THH COUNTY JUOGK- '(Official Seal) ) -
Benjamin Street LAND. DANK OF COLUMBIA DEFENDANT DEFEND 'COllltT, 'IN AND FOR< tlwJtnI.Kit < By Kathryn L. Emery'
1917 Washington Delaware RIGHT OF. WAY ANTS. AND ALL PARTIES HAVING COUNTY.: FLORIDALN< ; DeputyClerk: -. .
Wilmington PARCEL No. 112.1. 112.2 PARCEL NO. 112.1. 112.2 OR CLAIMING TO HAVE HKOItATK< ; Oct. 23. 30. Nov. 6, 13, 4"t<.'.,
Sr.' That part of: ANY RIGHT: TITLE. OR INTEREST NO. 1KI1 .. I
H. D. Jester Street The SEyI of the SWU of Section IN DESCRIBED THEPROPERTY IN RE ESTATE OF ? LEGAL A..DVERTlSmH.lC1'fT
1917 Washington 16. Township 13 South. IN JOSEPH DURSKI '
Wilmington,No.Delaware 112.1. 112.2 Range 30 East lying Southerly T YOU AND ..To.WIT: ; Deceased. IN -THR CIRCUIT cOUnT KOIfKI -
PARCEL RIGHT OF '\VAYPARCEL and within 25 feet of the survey t-PlfEV: RiL NOTICE TO CllHDITOIt.-: AGLEIt COUNTY LOIU-
110.3 line of State Road S-304. ARE HEREBY To all creditors and all peraon- %* DA '
NO. 110.1. Section 73510. said survey line NOTIFIED THAT THE} PLAIN- having. claims or demands: CIVII ACTION NO. 831.. .
") That part Southerly of the being described, as follows )uJJLEgR ITS SWORN against said estate: Joseph: Due '. nlVI'IIlON!' D' v .
The NE'4 of of the old Begin at a point on the South .. PETITION, ski deceased. You and.eaefti oC DEBBIE KNIGHT SELPH'Palntlff
100 foot rights Railroad.way Section 30 boundary of e1nng"830\ Township TOGETHER WITH ITS DECLA- you are* hereby; notified and. required -' ..
Dupont East RATION OF' TAKING IN THE. to .' ,
Range 30 13 South present! any claims( and? '
Township 13 South. located 611.57 feet Easterly of ABOVE ftfYrJW. COURT demands .which you.. "or efther- AUSTIN. S 'tPH', ..
East and within 50 the Southwest corner of said AGAINST: y< EACH OF of you may have against the es- t Defendant' : .
lying Southerly line of State S..ctlon'16: thence run North. 41" YOU AS DEFENDANTS SEEK- state of Joseph Durskl, deceased. '" ..' ACTION
feet of the center 73510. said 49'30' East 438.69. feet; thence ING CONDEMN TUB ABOVE late of Flag ler County. FfoB- II f THE NAME OF'TIIE STAT
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Road S-304. Section described North 41'38'30 East 6058.49 DESCRIBED PROPERTY LOCATED z Ida to the County Judge .or OF FLORIDA: :
center line being feet: thence North 41 37'I5 East ,IN FLAGLER COUNTY., Flagler County at his otHaw Ih TO AUSTIN SELPII. address' .
follows: on the 373.35 feet to a point on the FLORIDA BY EMINENT DOMAIN the County Courthouse In Bunhell -., unknown
Commence at a point Section .30 East boundary of said Section 16 PROCEEDING.YOtJ Flagler. County Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
East boundary of Range 30 located 210.45 feet Southerly of ; ARE FURTHER NOT!.. within six months from the date. that a Complaint forDlvorc -
Township 13 South. feet Southerly the Northeast corner of said Sec- PIED THAT THE PJ3TITION- -of first publication' thfa' njcr- has been filed against you.' and
East located 1053.08 ;' ER(8)WILL CALL UP FOR tlce. you are required to serve a ,
cornerof A copy
of the Northeast 30 thence run 'contalning 6440 square feet /liVlil.:!{ THE HONORABLE Each 'claim''or.-demand mu.s't be- 'of,your answer or written defenses (
said Section ; 25 feet to (0.148 acre), more or less.'exclu- ;' .W. MELi In.writing and must state the' If any to it on OREZIK
North 48-12'30 West of said sive of existing road rights of TON, ONE OF THE JUDGES OF place of residence' and po tofflee- M.IJO,1180**'. attorneys foi-
the point of beginning THEABOVE. STYLED: COURT addre .ot the .
West blaimant'antl mu L. whose, address Is 32S.
line} thence South 41-47'SO' of !'WWNED. BY BENJAMIN D. ON .THB.16th.DAY OF DECEMBER be sworn toby the claimant Is So.Orandvlew'Avenue.- .Daytona
1648.40 feet to the beginning I Norther: SUBJECT TO:, INTEREST,' If A.'D., 1969. 'AT 3:00': O'- agent or his attorney or It win Beach. Florida and file the original .
a curve, concave to the 10. any CLOCKP, M.IN: BUNNELLFLAGLER ;' be barred according to law with-the Clerk of the above-
EASEMENT
ot
feet avid a central of DRAINAGE : COUNTY COURT Dated this 11 day of Septem styled Court on or before.Decem-
; a"* '*erf: 114.1 114.2, 114.3 HOUB.I:! FLORIDA. ITS 'APPLICATION ber. ,1969. ber 8? 1969; otherwise, a Judg-
42-12'00: thence to r-t fiXLN8ior : LEFT (WES FOR AN ORDER OF Charlotte Kbwaleskl ment may be entered against ,_
1406.67 feet along said curve. hence TERLY) STATION" 74 plus. 98.60 TAKING IN ACCORDANCE As Administratrix A. you for the relief demanded Ira
the end of the curve feet That WITH ITS DECLARATION OF of the Estate of Joseph. Dur- the Complaint.
South 83 5rsOWest 279.81 line of The "S'lWesterly of State TAKING HERETOFORE FILEDIN ski DeceasedDUFFIIITT WITNESS my hand and seal'
to a point on the surve Sta- Road S-304.: of Section 20 and THIS CAUSE. ALL'PARTIES'TO BARRY-AND SEPS at Bunnell. Flagler County
State Road 11 designated as the SE 1/4 of Section 19.Township THIS SUIT' AND ALL OTH- 120 East Granada Avenue; P. O. Florida, this 31st day of October .
315 lua7 79.18:: feet 13 South. Range 30 East ER INTERESTED' PARTIES Box 2637. Ormond Beach, Florida A. D. 1969.
gta 1 acre or lees' lying within 30 feet Northerly 'MAY APPEAR AT- THE TIME and Third Street and Ocean George M. Moody
0.181 ), more and .20 feet Southerly of a AND PLACE DESIGNATED Shore Blvd.. Flagler Beach Clerk of the Circuit _, ..
(2) That part ot: Du- ditch'survey line .described. as AND BE HEARD FloridaNov. Court. Flagler County. .
11, "
Lots 1 through 87. Block Company follows: DEFENDANT 6. 13. 20. 27. 4tc. Florida M
Pont Railroad and lAnd 20. Subdivision of Section Section 20 aA-va. HEREBY REQUIRED TO DeD : .
30 of above LEGAL Clerk .
Township 13 South Range point located 1000.00 feet Eagerly SERVE WRITTEN DEFENSE ADVERTISEMEUT. ;; /ANTH'8Nt.{ J. OREZIK
all -of said the 18E}., of the Southwest corner IF ANY. TO SAID COMPLAINOR of OREZIK & JOHNSON
except the SEU of thereof and run North 41North PETITION ON; IN" THR CIRCUIT COURT OF 326 So. Orandview- Avenue
thereof within East : thence L. B. SHAW KLutOLEIt COUNT KLOni-1: Daytona Beach Florida
.lying iioutherly of and 41*' 3330East .815.40 County Attorneys Flagler A .*' ._ *; r Attorney for Plaintiff ." ,
60 Roaad S 304s 78510 feet: thence North 48 20'30 County In Case No. e4l-I -" i" Nov. 6, 13. 20. 27. 4tc. )
Btate Section 50, West 75 feet to the point of Ilunnell. FloridaON RUBY NELL CASEY. I
Westerly of Station 98 pIUS said line: Olt BEFORE'THE let DAY Plaintiff .
within 35 feet of said survey thence 1nt1 0trvl.2 2Q'30IWest OF DECEMBER A. D., i9 9. VA. r
line from Station 98 plus_Mbf 225 feet: thence South '88* ANT FILE THE ORIGINAL I*' D. ,CASEY ..t'Sll., '
Station I 101 plus 50 and Easterly 19'30" West 2434.0O feet to the WITH THB CLERK OF THE Defendant > RENEW YOUR
25 feet of said survey line said end of said survey line. ABOVE STYLED COURT ON NOTICR TO DEFEND .a ,_, '
of Station plus 150. Containing 132.950 square feet' SAID l'tiT fil'OTr: ,:" CAUSE THE STATE FLORIDA, TO DRIVER'S LICENSE \Z\\
a beingeslocated (3.052 acres) more or less.' < INTER L. D. CASEY ico _"
WRING YOUR
said;: stations *
OWNED BY: RAYMON V. T'ygll LIEf* YOU OR ANY C. V. Casey '
follows. South :TUCKER and wife BLANCHE T.TUCKER OF HAVE IN AND TO Route 1. Box 82A : BIRTH
.t a point on the THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED Forest City Arkansas .:r+.','
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Haw Creek. HUNTING CALENDAR:: March 7. Spring turkey gob INJURED IN
bler season south of
opens
About His new address Is:
FOR .1969-70 State Road No. 50. AUTO ACCIDENT f
S/Sgt. Leslie Tucker .,-
Our Servicemen Co'Co.-5th Btn, 31st Inf. :' Florida's hunting calendar March 21. Spring turkey Mr. and Mrs. Edward
... .....*xwft. gobbler season opens north of Selph,
? 197th Inf. Bde.* for the '
1969.70 season as set N: Cherry St., Bunnell, were
: LEVI BRANNAM. JR. r; : .':',."."f ..ort Benning, Ga., 31905. ". by the Game and Fresh Water State Road No. 50. _. both, Reported injured In an
(-0.) Fish Commission, Is as follows March 22. Spring < 'turkeygobbler auto accident near Astor
ON ACTIVE DUTY IN NAVY STATIONEDIN : .' lNovember season closes ,Southof Florida Sunday. The couplewas

Levi Lloyd Brannam, Jr., VIETNAM 1. Deer, bear, tur State Road\\ No. 50. reported enroute home.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi key squirrel and quail season April 5. Spring turkey gob from Ocala.
,.' Brannam, 500 E. Moody Blvd., Army Private Jimmy. L. opens In Northeast, Central bler season closes. north of They were admitted to Waterman
'. Bunnell, and husband of the Johnson, 20, son of Mr. and South and Everglades regions. State Road.No. 50.. Memorial Hospital,
'.. former Miss Sybil Anne Smith Mrs. Jim Johnson, Bunnell, November 2. First phase of 'Shooting hours for all resi Eustis, and were transferred'
J of Winter Haven, Florida, recently completed nine weeks of advanced dove season closes. dent game are from one-half to Bunnell General Hospital
went on active duty In Infantry training Oct. November 9. Rail and gallinule .hour...'before- sunrise to one. Monday afternoon where Mr.
the Navy. Presently Seaman 3 at Ft. Polk, La. His last season closes. halt hour after sunset.' .Shoot Selph's condition is listed as "
Recruit Brannam Is at the Naval week 'of training was spentIn November 15. Deer, bear, ing hours' for ducks, coots, fair. According to a hospital
,r. :. Training Center In Orlan-. guerilla warfare exercises turkey v squirrel and quail sea: rails, gallinules, woodcockand spokesman Mrs. Selph was
W4l0! "receiving basic training. During his guerilla train. son opens in Northwest Reg. snipe are from one-half transferred Tuesday to the
". After completion of his basic ing, he lived ,under simulated Ion. Wookcock and second hour before sunrise to sunset. Methodist Hospital at Jacksonville 4
training Recruit Brannam will Vietnam conditions for. .five phase dove 'season Legal' 'hunting hours for dove for treatment.
j,.'spend a two week leave per days fighting off night attacks statewide. opens are from 12:00 noon to sunset. Their four' months old son
iod with his family and. and' conducting raids on"enemy" November 27, Duck, coot- Hunters should check their was also a passenger In the
friends prior to his next assignment. villages. He was and snipe eason opens state. summary of hunting rules and car but escaped serious Injury.
'I Recruit Brannam taught methods' of removing wide. ,;' regulations for special regulations
... ;enlisted in the Navy under booby traps, setting ambushes November 30." Second phase local exceptions and
51..;>provisions of the Hospltalman and avoiding enemy am' dove season closes. wildlife management area CARD OF THANKSWe

.J Recruit: and 120 day delay bushes. Decemlbe' .,..."3. Third phase regulations. Hunting licensesare
,.'program In July. Under these Other specialized training dove season;, opens statewide. required of all hunters except wish to thank all our
"r'' programs he Is guaranteed the included small unit tactics. January 4. Deer, turkey, and residents over the age of friends who helped us celebrate
v.Class A corpsman school and map reading, land mine warfare bear season closes In North. 65 and children under 15, to our Fiftieth Anniversary
.was assured that he would go communications, and fir- ." east, Central. South and Ever hunt all resident and migra at Flagler Beach Pier
on active duty within a 120 Ing the M.16 rifle, M.60 ma. ,' glades regions. tory game. A duck stamp is and helped to make It a joy-
f days of his initial enlistment. chine gun and the. 3.5-Inch January 5.Third'. phase dove ,required to take ducks and occasion.
.,Recruit Brannam attended rocket launcher. season closes.January12.. geese, and a managementarea The kind remembrance of
Palmer College of Chlropratlc (-0-) Duck and coot stamp is required to hunton gifts was greatly appreciated.Alex .
In Davenport, Iowa prior to HENRY BOWERSIN season .closes.January wildlife managementareas. and Minnie Poole \
enlisting into the Navy and BASIC TRAINING, 'J15.. Snipe season, Nov. 6 1tc
Is a graduate of Bunnell High closes: .., I .
School. AT LACKLAND AFB
January Special
J6f, scaup
(-0-.) AB Henry :M. Bowers Is in season opens. in specified
SGT. TUCKER basic training at Lackland, areas ..
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.' AFB, Texas. Airman Bowers January IS,:Deer; bear and Reliable
ASSIGNED TO Appliance Repairs'
enlisted in the Air Force and turkey season closes In Northwest
:FORT BENNING 4 left 'October 22 for Lackland.He region.; Woodcock- season
is a 1968 graduate of closes statewide..
S/Sgt. Leslie Tucker has Bunnell High School', and is January 31*, Special scaup
Siegfried
Appliances
been.assigned to duty at Fort the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene season closes. '
.Bennlng, Ga. with the United Bowers of Bunnell.His February 22. Quail and
; States Army Sgt. Tucker returned new address is: squirrel season closes in
.t August 27 from Vietnam AB Henry M. Bowers Northesat. Central South and .. .437.3835
where he was stationed CMR No. 6 Sqd, -3727 Fit. 'Everglades tegion.
ten months. He is the son of 1719 March 1. Quail and squirrel BUNNELLBABBITT'S
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