The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00513
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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, 9t f Henry unnell, past
, r The Flagler Beach City' Congressman WilHanvChap' master of Hilnard Lodge '208 Representative A. H.: Gus The Flagler School Board

b.: Commission met last ,__Thurs- pell has announced it than: he F/cAM and senior deacon of Craig was speaker at Veter spent a good portion of the
day evening' and outlined plans' to be in Flajjte-rJCeun-, -, Bunnell Lodge'(1200 F&AM has ans Day Service- which was s meeting time Tuesday morn I

,.' terms of :'the lease tor the ty Friday afternoon to meet been elected by the Supreme held on the court house plaza ing discussing some of the

I f. ", I Flagler Beach Pier Restau with various interested dele Council of ", 33rd Degree Tuesday afternoon.The personnel problems facing they

,rant. It was stated that .they gations and to address the Ancient and Accepted Scottish event was sponsored b schools.

.. would advertise for bid. The Farm City program' at Ray- Rite Freemasonry to Jim Booe Chapter of Disabled One parent appeared before
-. new lease will Include use of onler Headquarters.*. After that, receive the rank and. decor American Veterans. American the Board to report'tJiat one

w'.-.. the lounge. Alcoholic bever' he will address'the Flagler ation of Knight Commander Legion Post and Veterans 'ol of the teachers had lost his

'.' ages could be served during Chamber' of Commerce at,their Foreign Wars Post. The color temper In the presence Of her

t special banquets. BIds'would annual installation banquet. bearers and guards were from son and called him obscene

(. --t be with ,or without air pond#- Chappell is expected to at. the three posts. The three names.
tioning. tend most of theCongressionaTcession commanders were. platform Another
parent reported
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James Ebert chairman of of :Friday fly guests. teachers should have to abide

-. the Planning Board present. into Bunnell Airport duringthe a 'Commander Waiter Wilkins by the same rules as studentsin

... ed a mobile park ordinance afternoon. In acceptingthe extended the welcome. Reverend the matter' of dress. It was
for the commission,to consider invitations to speak' in Earle Wilder gave the stated that one of the high

adopting. Action was tab- Flagler, Chappell said he was Invocation' and benediction.. school teachers was wearing

led until the next meeting so glad to have the opportunityto John A. Clegg served as master dresses so short that she was

'' that commissioners would. visit with the people of of ceremonies. Mayor Her- the subject of ridicule by

have time to study. the ordi Flagler County. bert Fuller Flagler Beach, male students.
nance. was present as a platform One of the board members

M". The Commission sat as a BURTON GOODWIN guest. displayed to the Board an ob-

Zoning Board of. Appeals to ''The Bunnell High School scene paper back:- ,book that a /

",',, review the request, of Grady DIED MONDAY AT Band under the direction- parent had brought him stating /
Prather to have 11 lots in Thomas Odadzin played the that the book was used
,Block' 29 rezoned for, mobile HALIFAX HOSPITAL,
_:_ a National Anthem, one selection In connection with a high

home park. Action was tabled Burton D. Goodwin, Sr., 'Z.4. and taps.Representative. .. school class.Supervising.
until the Board had an opportunity ..... ..... Principal Cliff
of 812 S. Central Ave., Flagler w_ .. Gus Craig,
of the
to dispose' proposed Beach, died Monday at Hal. McGrlff'was invited to discuss
mobile home park ordU HENRY M. SCOTT who is a Navy'vetel'fan, spoke
the problems with the Board.
y' ifax District Hospital, Daytona ort ,Americanism fend the need
':' 'nance.. Beach. of the Court of Honour. Thisis Americans"to standup He reported that two of the' d
; '", A letter from Police Chief a honorary $degree in Scot. for good matters had already been dis-
Mr Goodwin was ,born In counted Ameri
and be as
. Brown was read. in ,which her Evanston Ill., and moved to tish, Rite Masonry. ''cussed with 'the teachers In.
, ,, requested full payment of sal Beach Scott was to receive cans.; volved and he thought they ,
Flagler years ago
ary during the ,time he was from Portsmouth, Va. He wasa the degree eyed "13 other "There are too 'many today were straightened out., The ,
l away visiting his son who was retired: salesman for public 32nd degree Sqottlsh Rite Masons whopoke fun at the estab matter of the obscene literature j''
stated that he was hir, in' Florida lishment": Craig said "and
ill. He
\!: utilities, a ,veteran of WW1, ; would be' taken care of.
basis K.C.C.H.JInvestlture' offer nothing for their coun-.
salary The
i ed on a and a charter member and ; Both Superintendent Jim 1\\
, During the discussion it was post commander of the Vet. be held in Miami Nov. 29 witha try". _' Craig and Principal McGriff

I pointed out that Brown was erans of Foreign Wars, Grad. Tableau selected from the "Politicians. now* gather stated that- they were aware

.f paid a weeks salary and a dock Va. '12 Florida- Scottish Rite Bod- votes by give-away .. ,pt.q'-; of jnany more problems. They

I weeks vacation while he was, He Is survived by his wife, ies. -1'} grams" Craig stated. '"Weare stated that there ,was, a, shortage

*? /"hospitalized. *. ,,. 'ElfleA* Flagler .Beach; one Scott a 'trooper with\ the In a deplorable condition as of teachers and some' had

.. ... .J.' .....;'. JSwasLdeclded/tgjjayrJBro: ) ,"daughter'< J::' Sta teHigta'at I ol 1..h sra, ,"...:..far-M..1aw.and.Or.de.t..Ie: 'cort:' .L.-.-,>to bo-'1 withoUU.proper:. : ..
-. --,.F\ for the two weeks the had 'ofr Norfolk,' ,Va.: ; two sons. Dr. 'ved. 20 actfve"r3ears"( in'Masonry corned .' largely'' because 'the screenings They were still

' while visiting his sick'' nson. Burton ''Goodwin, Jr., Savannah and12 years Hln the Scot-' courts: have tied the hands ,of snort two teachers.

plus a vacation of' one week. Ga., and Dr. George Se- tish Rite. He Is Sword Bearer' our police". They stated that many of ..
Also the attorney was instructed dath. Norfolk; 9 grandchildren of Chapter of Rose,'Crolx 18th "Our forefathers based the the high school teachers were

to draw up an4 ordinance and 2 great-grandchlld-; Degree/ ,Jacksonville, Bodies Declaration of Independenceand new teachers, just out of college

which would'provide AASR. constitution on the Wordof who were not familiar ,
for all salaried employees to ren.Funeral services were held God. God is recognized as with local situations and some

be paid full salary for thirty Wednesday at' 2:00 p.-m. at CRAFT-HOBBY i' superior to man, and govern of them 'were making mis-
t days in case of personal ill; Craig Funeral' Home Bunnell SHOW ENTRY ,j ment", Craig continued. takes. They stated that they

ness or death in the immed- with the Rev. R. W. Dickert, DEADLINE NOV. 19 "Have .we as Americansdone counseled with teachers and

. .iate family. out that the pastor of Community Memorial Deadline for entering your our part", Craig 'asked, tried to help them but occasionally '
It was pointed Church, officiating. Interment crafts and hobbies in the and in conclusion stated, "We ran into resistance on. .
police car needed a. tune up I was in Bellevue: Memorial Flagler Woman's. Club showis are charged to be good citi. such, matters as dress.
:' and two new tires. Police' Board members told McGriff
, Park, Daytona Beach. Wednesday November 19, zehs".
\.,, Chief Brown quested per' Pallbearers were Fred according to cochairmen Mrs.E. they realized the difficulty ofhis
mission to take the car to St.:
B. T. Dick Mos- position and they commended
Marks, Hord
W. Schmidt and Mrs T. E.
Johns Chevrolet Co. in Palat- by, Ruben Gardel, Rev. C. W. McDermott.The SENATE SEAT him in doing his Job. ,
did not
ka, but the motion Barnes and Cecil Westbrook, Craft Hobby show Is'opel1 They stated that the 'Board
"7 IS SOUGHT s- '
carry. Sr. wanted McGriff,to understandthat
Tucker to professional ,and amateurs
James '
City Attorney Craig Funeral Home was In they would back him up
which Will not com HAVERFIELD
, was instructed to determine *. BY '
his efforts.
; in
, charge bf arrangements. pete.gainst each other. Pro.,,
if the City of Flagler, Beach, State Senator Robert Haver. One student was suspended"for
fessional will not be
./ had authority i to establish FARM-CITY PLANS Judged. AwardS dfsplays will be given'for field ,entered the U. S. Senate the balance of the school '
limit regulations on
race Monday pledging sup- year on recommendation of
the winning.amaJteur dis-
canals and intra ANNOUNCEDFarm.Clty :
private port' for the Nixon adminis the principal and superinten

. coastal waterway within city. Week will be plays, Each only.exhibitor" is requestedto tration's Vietnam policy while dent. i tJ

limits. featured Friday, November bring his work to the' club- calling, for reappraisal. of Several board members
",1 21st, with a chicken barbecueand the nation's international' commented upon the fine editorial 1
11:00 ,aa.
house ''at : m, Saturday
FRANK BREDE, address by Congressman November 22. -There'-is no entrance commitments. written ,by Jeanne Hig-.

BEACH RESIDENT William Chappell at 5:30: ( at fee and no limit. to 'The Miami Democrat said glnbo ham in the school pay .

/" Rayonier Headquarters about number of entries. ,'the United States must "avoid per. t I.
DIED WEDNESDAY. five miles north of Bunnell on the Koreas and VIetnams" Mrs. Nell CartmlH was ap i
U. S. 1. pointed a science teacher in '
RECREATION COUNCIL the 'future 'arid said he will
Frank Brede, 80. .327 Con: The affair is sponsored by Bunnell, high School. Rev. C. ,'
support tax reform measuresto -
necticut Ave. Flagler Beach, PLANS PUBLIC
,: Farm 'City Week Committee.Don ,close loopholes and tax w. Barnes was appointed
"_, died' Wednesday at' Bunnell Jordan said reservations HEARING ,DECEMBER 8 shelters for millionaires. ,fourth grade teacher at Flag i,
General Hospital' could be made by calling his The Flagler County Recreational ler Beach Elementary. The
Haverfield- 51-year-old attorney
lengthy illness. office. He emphasized that Advisory Council plan resignation of Mrs: Viola Ton
itt Pa. became the fourth
He was born' Altoona reservations would be necessary ned Monday night to hold its kin' from Bunnell ElementaryNo.
Beach contender for the Senate seat
and moved to Flagler and that they wouldbe annual public meeting In ; effective- December 15,
from A now held'' by Sen. Spessard -
21 years ago Orlando. made on a "first'come, firstserved" Bunnell Monday December' 8 was accepted.
retired he was a former Holland, Florida .Democrat. <
grocer '
basis. at 8 p. m. at the county court. Superintendent Craig reported
Flagler Beach City Com ) Holland, 77 has -.not yet
.f( house. The council conductsan that according to enrollment
missioner and served as Commissioner -, said if he will 'retire at the'end '
; DIST. ,GOVERNOR annual, public meeting at figures Flagler County
of. the- East Flagler' VISITS BEACH LIONS BUnnell and Flagler Beach: of his current term. had lost 1% teacher units'from
Mosquito Board for 13 years. House Speaker) Fred Schultz:
'' last year which would ,
He is survived by two sons District Governor 'Bob''Peck announced for the ;
TIDE TABLETides previously mean a loss of about .$15,000
visit ,
official to Flag
Martin Brede and Dr. Frank paid an Democratic nomination andU. '
of Pittsburgh Pa.; ler Beach Lions Club Monday For November 13.19 in state funds ,"i.. ,
Brede both S. Rep. William ..Cramer of Chairman Myrtle Rice :reported D
evening. lie was"accompaniedby HIGH LOW '
r and five grandchildren. St. Petersburg and -Lt.. Gov. that no headway had '

Funeral services 'were- heldat Deputy District, Governor......; .r., 'Day A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Ray Osborne are fighting': for been made in, working 'out ,
2:00 p. m. 'Saturday at Earl Caldwell 13 10:42: 11:36 4:00 4:54 the COP'nomination. -* school board redistricting' as'" I '.

Craig Funeral Home Chapel, The Ladles Auxiliary served ;'' 14 11:42 11:59: 4:54: 5:55: Haverfleld,.considered a ,liberal the Supervisor of Elections
Bunnell. The Rev. Max Hall, a turkey dinner. 15 12:0602:42: 6:00 7OO :
on"many state could 'work
Issues stated she not on.
Flagler Beach First Three new members were 16 1:12 1:42: 7:12 8:06:
pastor said he is regarded, Baptist Church. officiated., In. installed byDistrict( Governor 17 2:18: 2:48': '' 8:24: 9:06: "by: his .MI.ami -*
terment ,was at St.'. Jiflarys,. ,Peck;They were Jerry Canter. 18 3:24: 3:48': 9:36: 10:05: constituents. JV;; f" was completed. m-

Cemetery, Korona. 'berry John Alligood' and Joe' > 19 4:24: 4248: ,1O:36: 10:54: ::.. .
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Pallbearers were .George"WlckUne. ? '
Clyde Duensing, I It wasrr announced>"(fthat BULLDOG'S 1969 FOOTBALL:SCHEDULE .it, Herbert Fuller Charter:.Night:"would;,be heldat ,}--t:::
Willie Lyman Gage,Harrison, and. Joe Marlriela/nd/ 7:30 P.- M., Nov. 14 ..._......-;............._...Hastings .................. AwayNov. : CHURCH OF. .,YOUR: .,

Bruce.. ,. Monday. November'/ 24th. 21 ..._...... .._...._..._...._West Nassau ......._, Away : CHOICE'ONSUNDAY_ {

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Sljc, 3UaijIrr JTrtluntrINCORPORATED Entered as second cities matter ..... .
February 6, 1913 at the post- I
IIL'N"7CLL.: : I.'OltIPA oltlceMnt. Bunnell Jo'lori'da"under. ( Lean Western "CENTER CUT"U.
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Pork Chops
'BETTE .S. McDANIEL, One Year .:____-.p $3.5O
News Editor "" f Six Illoutls ..._..._.. ... ...;..2.....
Designated<< newspaper for all '

Legal Advertl.ln EDITORIALEDUCATION% Oat.Ito Fiegler Per Year.Citunty \ lb., 89


week Is National Education Week. We could use this S. IX A. Choice "FULL CUT"
editorial space to'tell how dedicated our teachers are; but we .
did that In an earlier editorial."Or, we could tell you how much, ROUND STEAK ... Ib. 98*
better Informed our children are today than twenty or thirty
years ago; and they are. ,
: But we would like to write about education of tomorrow.
This writer Is not a prophet. But he has been a school teach A. Choice
er and a school administrator and he does attempt to keep
abreast of what. Is happening in education today. CH KROASt Ib. 58'
We see three vast problems In education today. First thereIs
considerable, student unrest. It started in the colleges and has
spread to the high schools.It .

Is not limited to the big schools. Last year two students Frosty Morn "SMOKED" SHOULDER ((6-8 Ib. Avg )
brought us letters they wanted published vividly expressingtheir '
discontent with local school policies. One student, reconsidered
43GRO other. and withdrew the I; letter and we declined to publish the. PICNICS Ib.

Secondly the taxpayers are {rebelling against the high cost
of education. They are saying that they do not want their
hard earned dollars to be wasted on fancy buildings' to be used

by protestors and longhaired radicals. And' they are voting Lean Lyke's "Sugar Creek," ALL .MEAT
down practically every bond Issue placed on the ballots.

Third, racial Integration Is causing great problems edu BEEF I J' FRANKS 'I
cation. Not only In the.' South; but. all over the country. Not ., $469 (Each 49c) 12 oz. $45.
only groups.for the whites; but, for the Negroes and other minority 3.Ibs. ..... 3 Pkga ...

-. We suggest several areas that may help solve, ,some of the -
problems of the future: I Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((222 lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

1. Education is becoming so complicated to finance due to
several types of federal funds, various formulas for state funds <
and legislative control over county tax"funds, that the stateIs WHOLE lb. 29
going to have to take over complete financing, of educationat
county level. ,It will mean ,uniform state teacher salaries and
school plants. Of course 'we will have to pay our ,parts\ In additional
state taxes..
2. Teacher aides and school aides such as TV, are goingto
have to supplement the professional teachers who will serve I[ S. D. ACHOICE: SHOULDER STEAK Ib : flft*1

as supervising teachers. Teachers: will soon be salaried, like,doctors ,
lawyers and engineers'' and we just will not be able to

afford a teacher In every classroom. I,' I '
t / rPEACHED No. 2*/ CanS _
3. Vocational training must be greatly implehientedinhigh .
schools. We must recognize that all 'shiderili''d6'ltiotv'need; =: 3fF'Zestee 8.f! : EyrE Ml iID,'(PJnr::;S: R.)

to be trained for college.. The others must; have quality training 8 I F"OUR )
to prepare them to take over the skilled and semiskilled l'/, A /Q' art.Jar' f ." '
jobs. And when we prepared we mean a'' secretary, for, instance *- ; .
say SALA /, E";' I Ib:, .
spell correctly., who not. bnly can type but can write intelligently. and ,:I.'DRESSING. 'fc9e i I 5 Bag'' 2" .g' '"

4. We believe there must be a new system for classifying HiC (Ass' .;Fiayo: .) / '46 oz. 'Can ; -

and grading students. Integration should not be allowed to FRUIT DRINKS 3For 890 Lip1I .1 with .$5.00'orrlaore: food orderWelch'
hold back good students of either race or keep them, from expending -
their energies for 'academic or vocational accomplish ,
20( oz. Jar -
ments.5. With education costing so mild}(*;>,:and r Hjj,'buildings."y, beingso MJ-: L| V I Each 39.e Pil'sbury's>> (Sweet or Buttermilk)

school being paid r
expensive and many personnel already
for 12 months and the:remainder for 10 nipnths": it,is a waste to Blackburn.. fi'J Nol, 5 Jar BISCUITS
operate a 9 month school program. A summer recreation! program Each :
I with, a little reading and crafts Is. not sufficient It must SYRUP ,, 49c ,. '
be a 12 month learning and training program* J ;;? 8.o *

6. [ 'eacher training institutions must revive their pro ,..,-.<... F 4 Cans 39
grams. Courses in psychology educational philosophy and history ,. MAXWELL' .
i. of education (and this writer took' them 'all)>are not:satisfactory -
training for today's teachers. Direct training,is needed CfOFFEE 1 .
: ini specific teaching technique, methods 'of classroom ISclpl1pe'and BORDEN'S5p
motivation of the immediate
Individual case are some
training needs. -Zi ,
7. We believe that schools are either going to have to, ICE MILK
eliminate all social or extra-currlcular activities or, employ specially .
I Limit 1 wit $5.00or food
:: \ trained personnel for directing these activities. Classroom more order HALF
: teachers simply_ are not trained to handle these activities today ,
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and most do not,
: many do not 'want the responsibility : '
have ,the time If they do a competent,,teaching'job. We favora '-. FRESH PRODUCE. (,Ass't Flavors)
( specially trained "social" director'who can organize and train "
; parents and teachers to assist them in handling ,social and extracurricular Golden,RipeBANANAS
programs of the schools. "" I
Now we know that some of the suggestions iSAy. seem IOC:
"way out"" and they may be.. We,are sure many of, you both' U., S. No.1" FAB'
parents and teachers will have.comments to make. We invite "
; them. POTATOES 10 J Bag 49e : Giant '
John A. .Clegg. Size 47* -
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LEGA. ADVEUTUJEMENT your answer with the Clerk of ADMISSIONS: .
this Court and to serve a copy CHURCH ;
IN COUNTY .JUUG".S counT thereof upon the plaintiff or McDonald
K'l-ACJL.KIl COUNTY. K&.OIII': plaintiff's attorney whose name Raymond Willie i
IJA and address Is: Gllyard Brenda' Pique and II .
IN IMIOI1ATH IVo. K56. Horace E. Hill
IN JIK: Katate of 248 North Campbell Street Baby Boy, Ruth Collins, Jim- ''JlEW'Sf

LOTTIE E. STEELED .. Daytona Beach. Florida' mle., L.;\,, Crew*, Rose Allen, \ J
Deceased. not atethan D. _
December.-8'A .
NOTICM nv FINAL IIKI'OIIT 1969! Baby .,,Boy Williams, Edith
AND CHAItUH AII>tICATIOIV. FOIL' 1MS-! If you fall to do so. Default Tidwell, john' Campbell, Edward -
All V will be entered against: you for Bourne, : Floyd Collins MRS. SHEFFIELD CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
person are hereby notified the relief demanded In the bill ,
that the undersigned' a. executrix 'Of complaint.I The nature of said Dorothy Lyjwus, Thomas
the of said administration estate has thereof completed suit I being forDIVORCE Brown,' Pauline\ Horton, Baby SPEAKS TOBUNNELL CHURCH SERVICESI .

and has filed In said court her WITNESS my hand and seal Girl Galvin, ,f Mary Martel, WSCS '
final report and application for of said Court this 30th day of Karen SUNDAY, NOV. 16 ->
Hodges; Charles Dona-
discharge. '
Objections thereto. It October A. D. 1969. A cornucopia, overflowingwith
any should be duly filed. After GEORGE M. MOODY 1 hue, .Alford a Pearce, Leola
filing proof of publication how- Clerk of said Circuit Court Lillian fresh fruits and vegetables "And this is life eternal
Ing this notice haa been published (Official Seal -Young, ; Harris, Rebecca"vHenry' was used, by Mrs. Scott

once weeks a week, the for matter four consecutive of approval Deputy By Kathryn Clerk L. Emery Mae Belle Cruse, Sheffield to depict the various that they might know the only

of said report and the ordering Nov. 6. ,13. 20. 27. 4tc. Paul 'Gurley, Baby Girl Henry. countries she .had visited in true God and Jesus Christ, ,

.estate will of distribution come before of said the DISCHARGES Southeast Asia when she whom thou has sent." These

Court a. 30'October. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT spoke to the Bunnell WSO3 words from John are part of

1969.First publication. on ,, REQUEST FOR I1ID9 John pelllc, Oreta Thorn, Wednesday morning. Mrs. the Lesson.Sermon on '"Mort-

/MILDRED M. LANDERS. Notice Is hereby given that Elaine Selph.l William Meek-' Sheffield spent two years in als and Immortals" to be read
As Executrix the Board of County Commissioners -
of said
Leland I). Shaw" of Flagler County. Flor- ling, Margaret Meekllng, Ruth Southeast Asia with her .husband Sunday in Christian Science
P. O. Box 296 ida will receive aealed bids until Robbins, Julia Lovelace Thel- who is employed in churches.
Bunnell. FloridaAttorney 900; A. M.. Monday. December
for Executrix 1. 1969 In the office of .the Clerk ma Walter, Andrew Wilder, construction) work by Pacific AnotHer*
in the lesson
Oct. 30. Nov. 6.. 13. 20. 4tc. of:the Circuit Courthouse Court In the Bunnell.Flag Brenda Pique, and Baby Boy, Architect'& Engineers. is from passage Science' and

Florida Willis McDowell Vicki Barb- The speaker used a pineapple -
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT for the following:
Health with to the
Material and/or installation of Jimmie Crews, Melvin Nel- to recount the customs of Key Scrip
runtiio NOTICE the following Items for runway jer tures by Mary Baker Eddy:
Pansy )Jones, Edward the Thais in Thailand a coconut
NOTICE IS IIEUBBY GIVEN 11-29 at the Bunnell Airport: ;
"In Science man's Immortality
that the Board of County Com Runway LightsThreshold j Bourne, Austie Allman, .Stratton represented the habitsof
missioners. Fla&ler County/E'lor- bights j depends upon that of God,
Ida will hold a Public Hearing Taxiway Lights Norcross, Carl Englund, the Filipinos; and an avocado and follows
at the Flagler County Courthouse -- Beacon Dorothy Lyons Baby Girl red cabbage and per- good as a necessary -
The Board of the Immor-
County Commissioners reserves the right. consequence
Room. Bunnell. Florida, at the as the interests of the County Galvin, Karen Hodges. simmons were used to demon. of "
hour of 9:00 o'clock A. D.. Dec may require to reject any or all strate the habits of the Viet. tality good.
ember 1., 1969. on the establishment bids and to waive any infomal- The public is welcome.
of a bulkhead line on that sties In bids received. CARD OF THANKS namese.
portion of the Tntracoaatal Waterway Dated at Bunnell. Florida.this .
lying within the confines 4th day of November 1969. .*.
FOR SALE-5 site
of the City. of Flagler each. OTIS S. HUNTER. Chairman With deepest gratitude I extend acre --ocean
Florida.. ", Board vof County Commissioners this word of thanks to CLASSIFIED to' river-with CBS home.
The City Flagler Beach 'has of my friends for the cards '''vis- Room for nice oceanfront mo
e numbered Flaffler-'Oounty. Florida
:g.f.tegrolISlnt! : the establishment ATTEST; OEOROE M. MOODY. its and many kindnesses I received ADVERTISING tel. Beautiful beach on North
of bulkhead lines along Clerk ,
A1A. Caldwell Realty 4392100.
the Intracoastal Waterway within Nov, 6 and 13. 1969. 2tc. during my recent stay
the confines of the. City. of ,in the hospital.I Nov. 6 4tc.
Flagler Beach. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN also wish to liI &;I
This Notice Is given pursuantto express my FOR SALE-1965 Plymouth
the provisions of Chapter 253 TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF*' appreciation* to the doctors,
of the Florida Statutes., as FLAOL.ER COUNTY FLORIDA Fury III auto A. C., Excellent
nurses and entire staff at Bun-
.amended. -
TROPIC GARDENLet condition will trade for
BOARD OP COUNTY. COM- In Case No. 050EHENRY nell General'' Hospital for the ,
MISSIONERS D. AVERY wonderful, care.' us help beautify Flagler up truck. Call or see Charles

FLAGLER.COUNTY FLORIDABy Plaintiff County. Large variety of evergreens Trad 439.2330. 10-30, 4tc.
: GEORGE M. MOODY. vs. /These kindnesses have

I. .. Oct 30.Nov.CLERK 6. 13 3t.o.- DORA A.Defendant AVERY meant much.to me. palms,. hedge plants. PART TIME-FULL TIME
NOTICE TO DEFEND X 5% miles S. of Bunnell on
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ,Mae Brandt U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc Earn $2.50 $3.00 hr. in your
DORA A. AVERY spare time. Build a businessof
KL.AQL.EIt COUNTY. FLORIDA PITAL 1969. SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain your own. Write Box 823,

In Cane No. O4O-D MILLEDOEVILLE. GEORGIA wilt If be uei;! d to against do: ao. you Default for fields Installed: Rota-Roter Ormond Beach. Call 677-2O56

MAGGIE LOU WALKER hereby notified a the relief demanded! In the bill snail shell. Reasonable prices. or '4392117. 10304tp.
Plaintiff suo'.a".reb: filed strao of. complalnt-fThe nature. of said,
vs.. In the above entitled cause: and suit being for Call George, Jarosz, 437-3410 FOR SALE-Furnished 2 bedroom ,.
EZKEL WALKER you are hereby required to file DIVORCEWITNESS 8-1-tf
Defendant your answer with the Clerk of my hand and seal home, 1 block from
NOTICE TO DEFEND this Court and to serve a copy of said Court this 30th day of FOR SALE RENT 3 bedroom ocean. 3 bed-
October A. 1969. -or Unfurnished
THE STATE OF FLORIDA." 'TO: thereof upon the plaintiff or DI|
EZKEL WALKER plaintiffs attorney whose name OEOHQEJ.!!. MOODY.. house 20 acres of land. room home 2 new unfurn-
Residence Unknown >... and address Is: Clerk of said Circuit Court. Call 246-2949 Bainbridge Ga. ished 3 bedroom homes. All
(Official Seal)
You are hereby notified that a HORACE E. HILL
suit has been filed against you 248 North Campbell Street By Kathryn I*. Emery or writ C. H. Knight; 116 East centrally located. Caldwell
In the above entitled cause; and Daytona Beach Florida D putyClerk. 4392100. 6 4tc.
College Bainbridge Ga.Impala's TFCj Nov. ,
you are hereby required to file not later than December 8. A. D. Nov. 6. 13.' 20. 27. 4tc; .

t -.. USED circulating heater $20;
.. I ;r: .l 5-piece 'dinette. 27.50; sofa

,.., and, chair, $28.00; 6-drawer
1" ',. ... chest. $22.50; vanity ",$4.00.

-j Jerry's Furniture Old Dixie ---

\ .; Hwy. Near 195. Phone 437-

3752. Itc. .


$15O.OO. 4-wheel drive Chev.

r V8 engine, front mounted

power winch, recently Inspect. r
Li-) ---I- t ed. Robert Creal 300 S. Stone

.... Nov.St.. Bunnell.13-20, 2tp.. Phone 437-3315. l'

r'. SACRIFICE: Neighborhood '

'J ..... 50x135 SACRIFICE Augustine Plenty hardware ft.parking one store 824-1675.RESIDENTIAL block low 550000.overhead.from Itp.bus lot St.

\. ;" : 'stop Owner near FOUND-Eye St. Augustine,824.1675.and Flagler can grocery claim i glasses Beach store by,Sunday.in$900.00.paying case Itp. 1;,

for this ad. Call 4373416. 1tc. P

:,, i SALE-Used 25,000 BTU ,

c ....... .....,.'.. gas furnace with blower and J
: safety valve. 808 S. Central

Ave., Flagler Beach. Call 439- i

: 2503._ltp. 4

/ 1970 sales exceeded our ex- t

:: pectations. Late models with

factory warranty. Qflaike body

.A for 1-ton truck', $100.00 Hoop

er Chevrolet., 200 State St.-

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f- .. 6 'New 1969 Zlg-Zag Sewing
Machines to be sold for $35.00
> eft column lock G( >Aluminized exhaust Side guard beams
I -I D350-cu.-In.. engine, Antl- system each.' May be paid for at $6.00

A new more powerA locking system is built It simply means that your They look like per month. These nationally

,ful standard 250-hp. 1 I right into the steering original muffler, tailpipe and highway guard :... advertised machines carry a

4 '"1 ''V8 makes the 1970 l column. When you take, exhaust are going to last longer rails and they're .' full factory guarantee. They

.Impala move with all I your,key with you, you than you'd probably expect.. built into both may be inspected in warehouse \
; the more assurancelock not only your them to. sides of the car for Unclaimed Freight, 527 ;

On good regular .ignition but your steering Fair enough? extra protection \ :.. Volusia, Daytona. Mon. thru ;
I" .
.:.;? m--- wheel as well.. in case of impact.: Frl.,9 a. m. 6 p. m. ,- Sat. f
gas.: .
r. Hot too'many cars. ," 9am. .. 1. p.. m. Itc. ,

',' Inner fenders :(j)Flush and dry .)Full: Coil suspension have them. START EARLY .r'

... Up inside every i We build the car so that Huge coil springs at all PAINT UP NOW
fender is another rain and wash water can four wheels are four big : .. FOR XMAS
: ,; ;
1 ; fender to protect run down through the. reasons why a Chevrolet ;- 3 Gcd. Good Latex S3 .
slush and.insideof, the rocker;/' .' Impala rides smoother I ; .,
-wv;; "v.'. Choice 70 Pastel Colors >
mud and help keep. *.V:.; panels,then out..: '. \* and quieter than a low a "Itil@ move' ,' YEOMAN'S ,PAINT .

:, your Impala ookIvg'Air] follows to do the W :'.,t (to' ... priced car has any .. FACTORY ;
\ ""*" right to. .' .
young.-.. drain. *{t" )j" >t. 1., 677-8020.; 1826 Nova Road :
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I Flagler County Home Economist .; ': :' .EVENTS Rev. Reynold Hoover, Flag.
Idlewood Club members '. { J).. .. : 13 Flagler
Mrs.: Essie Thompson f Thursday, Nov. ler Beach, was the speaker at
{ told Flagler' Beach Garden made plans for the approachIng ". County Shrine Club dinner the Nov. '4 dinner meeting of
Club members about "Mobile holiday season when they !\- meeting at the Flagler Senior Citizens

I Home Living" at their regular met Tuesday, night at the (.0') Club. lie showed slides of pictures .
i monthly meeting Wednesday home of Mrs. Louis Steflik. United Daughters rs of Confederacy taken while he and Mrs.

afternoon. Mrs. Frank The flurry of activities be. meets at the homeof Hoover were In Europe this

Schwenk and Mrs. Otis Ma- gin Saturday, November 22 Mrs. :J. O. Craig at 3:15: p. past summer.

gee were hostesses at the when members, their hus m. The Club meets Tuesday,
meeting held In the Flagler bands and guests meet at (-0-) I Nov. 18 In Community Hall at

Beach Municipal Hall. Cowboy's Restaurant for an Order of Eastern Star Chap the Flagler Beach Municipal

Mrs. F. Cole, president an- oyster roast. The annual ter No. 93 Official Visit of Building.' There will be a. covered
nounced plans were being Christmas party is slated Worthy Grand Matron at' 8 p. dish luncheon beginningat
made to attend a workshopIn Saturday, December 13 at m. at the Masonic Hall Bun. 12:30. It is expected that a
Palatka November 21. Ponce Deleon Restaurant St., nell. report will. be made -concerning

Members will be notified of Augustine, and New Year's (-0-) a study that has been

final arrangements. Eve will be celebrated at a Sunday, November 16: Bun. conducted regarding the advisability .
Club members voted to covered dish supper at the nell] First United Methodist of the Club becom
sponsor a "white elephant" home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ing a chapter In the- American
booth at the Woman's Club Shields, Bunnell. covered Association of Retired
annual bazaar December 6. Club members voted to do. national organization
ed at and a film Persons, a
.. y p.
Mrs. Otis Magee Is In chargeof nate $30 to the Spaceport Area __ II ,\. ,, showing will follow. with local groups In every
collection of articles. Tuberculosis and Respiratory MISS MARY PACHE (.0') state.
Disease Assn.' for patient care. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pache,
HENRYMr. C. 1107 E., Magnolia Avenue, Monday, November 17: Bun.' HOME FROM VACATION
MARCI MELANE Mrs. B. Stickney gave a nell City Commission meetsat
Bunnell, announce the engagement ,
demonstration on making Mr. and Mrs. Lillard White
and Mrs. Marvin W. and forthcoming 7:30 p. m.
paper flowers, and assisted have returned to their homeIn
( )
Henry; Bunnell, are parents members in making their own marriage of their daughter, -0- Bunnell after vacationing,
of a daughter born Monday, flower creations.The Miss Mary Benedek Pache, to Veterans of Foreign Wars
In Sumter S. C. with their
November 10 at 7:44 a. m. at Frank Meyer Hazen, III, son ,Auxiliary meets at 8 p. m. at ,
is Decem in law' and daughter Dr.
next ,
Bunnell General Hospital, meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hazen, post home Moody. .Blvd., Bun son
ber 9 at 8 at the homeof and Mrs. Sam Haywood and
p. m. .
She weighed 7 pounds and Jr. of St. Augustine, Floridla nell.
10 ounces at birth and has Mrs. Tom Lenssen. Mrs. The wedding Is to. be December (.0') .- daughter Smantha.
been amed Marci Melane Hen. Gordon Shields, president, 20 at 7 p. m. in the American Legion Post 115 \\' They also visited In Madl-
conducted the business meet. sonville Tenn. with Mr.
United 'at 8 at ,
rye Bunnell First. Methodist regular meeting p. m. !
White's and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robert. ing. Church. the Bunnell Civic Center.0 parents,

son, BImini, are the maternal The bride elect attended (- -) Arthur White.
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kran- Bunnell High School and is a Tuesday, November 18:
Haw Creek ski have returned to their of Jones Senior Citizens lunch. Mrs. Cliff McGriff and
Myrl Henry, are graduate College, Flagler
the paternal grandparents.Mr. home at Korona after three Jacksonville. She is employedin 'eon.meeting at 12:30: p. m. in daughter Joy visited In
weeks vacation in Patchogueand the office 'of Dr. John M. the Flagler Beach Municipal Gainesville Monday and_

and Mrs. Chester Alex Sayville, New York. Canakaris,
McKenzie, have returned to Her fiance, who attended (-0-) brother in law, Mn- and Mrs.

their home In Calhoun, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Taylorof Bunnell High School, served Masonic Lodge No. 200 Jim DunWoody' and' daughter

after spending a week irk Bun Waycross, Ga. were weekend sib; years in the United States F&AM: will meet: at 7:30 p. m. Cindy.

nell visiting Mr. and Mrs. houseguests at the homeof Army and .is employed by ('o-) ,
Herbert Allen and Mrs. G. llr'.and Mrs. Odell Hersey, Taylor Diving' and Salvage Wednesday November 19: ATTEND FORESTRY

Rich. Bunnell, Company, Gretna, La. Disabled American Veterans MEETING INTALLAHASSEE """ ..
Chapter 86 meets at 8 p. m."In
(0 -w----. the Flagler Beach' Municipal Mr. and Mrs. 'Lewis Wads-
- - - - - -
Hall. worth, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Strickland and Mr. and Mrs.
Pri ces. Haw Creek CommunityClub Lewis Wadsworth, III, were In

meeting at 9:30: a. m. at Tallahassee Wednesday and
the home of Mrs. C. H. Cow- Thursday to attend the annual

art. Plans for the club'c annual Florida Forestry Association

'wasi Christmas party will be meeting.
completed. Lewis Wadsworth and Lewis

_ Wadsworth, III, are both dl-

vllle of' 'Ormond visited In'

: Bunnell Sunday at the!,:homeof :
Mr. 'and Mrs. Curtis. Rod. ,doityourselfTHRIFT,

t gers.

t Mr., and Mrs. Carl Jones
\ '
.. III >and children of Tltusville.
-- ; were recent visitors of Mr. and "
1L Mrs. Al :Jones at Painter'sHill. COIN CAR WASH ?
s a i'' x:> ls,., S
25*' -

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SALE STARTS THURSDAY NOV. 13th /" Mrs. Harriet Pi: Watkins, Famous pressure spray
; Bronxville, N. Y., arrived via gives your car a "long-last.

plane Tuesday to spend several ing lustre" . leaves It like

.J 't Look for the ,"red sale11 l tag' and save up. to 50%. her 'sister days, in Mrs.Bunnell E. P. Smythe visiting new vegularly again.with New Thrift cars washed scientific

Skirls fantastic values 1 f' "- and her brother and sister In formula do not need to
:: t law' Mr. and, 'Mrs. R. A. Pow be waxed or polished. .ever.
ell. '
Wools and perma press solids and plaids /' ..' ; .t::'. :" d' Come on out 'and try it.
\ '' Jr. and Misses Sizes 5-20. -, : '
: \ J"I": .' = .' 'Mr. and MrS. Howard'Lerch -

Buy one at regular price and get one for 'only $100. .. ;.. .. '_ ;' Jo1..' t...:.:' returned to Flagler Beach last THRIFTCAR
*' .
r up to regular price. :, ; ;. ; ,;' '.:' : < .: week after spending two

,' '-:.... S 4., : weeks vacationing inLouisi,

j Limited Number ..Vf. .f ; 'f"..:.. ana, Texas 'and Mexico. WASHUS

DRESSES ........................................................-i";.........:....:::.: .$t and: up v* .
.. 5 .. :John and :Joann Ellis and
: :.. ; .. ;. ':-11": a 1
,.. S't son John of Orlando
assorted blends andaizes '. L ,,, S t< I visited BUNNELL,. FLORIDAP.
(One group ) :: I j. : inj' Bunnell last weekend with
k S. Don't
1 forget to do
4 : your
/ parents, Mr. and Mrs.
t- S ; S
laundry at
- Amy's
Wash and Wear. ,., .. Walter Morris. Laundry.
PANTS as low as\ .."......................:................ ':; :......::...:.:............ $6OO.. i", ,.:(f!;. r
\ r '.... ,
:. ,. Straight: I leg ,and bells, solids and patterns. Reg. and tails,' sizesr8=1.\.; j; :\ .:.
I < N NX' V v'-'xX 'xX' s/1" .. (', 'yo' ,')." :k 9

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Dusters ...........................................................:........ .. POLICE
i' $399
f- .

_\. '.. '.:"" Flexnit Panty Girdles, Reg. Sizes 2 For................ $399 CAR, ?.. ) #

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.t .. .;",, '< ."' 4 Extra Sizes, 2 For............-....................................... J '
: 'f: '' $4'9'9 No damage done. And _
rS t 5 .S after passindv deliciousbox
j ',::' y :. Supphose, Reg, $4.95 and $5,95. now $2.95 and.... $ 95Lingerie + ,-:',1\ of Holt 4sgsworth a chocolates _

i.t ;
: J. / t: amott'gthe officers
.t ..' odds and ends, reduced up to.BUaI .............. % << <: the damaged tempers ,were

.--. 50. t ...>t;. 1"' '; 'relaxed. Incidentally: HoJHngsworUi } y >
-. tr' .' .." ,1It candles are r W g'n'
'. available at COOK'S.
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Happy birthday this week to:. Pantry Restaurant will be up

MOONSHOT' PHOTOS Today:, Bob Cole, KennethBob for auction, Monday, November are hereby notified that effective--

( ) Whitney. 24th at 1:30p. m. as advertised mediately all dead animals, reptiles, mammals, et

Unique NASA photographsof Friday: Becky Cole, Jam In this issue of The cetera shall be placed in separate containers set

Apollo 11 Moonshot are ,featured ., Wimberly, Vicki DeMore. Flagler Tribune. further
apart from garbage cans. You are notified

School In.1970 the Plnea Bunnell High Saturday: Margaret Lee, The property Is owned and that all such containers shall be marked clearlyas
now being by Mr and Mrs.
Pat M. Purvis, Bill Landen operated to their contents. For Place dead
example a
readied .
by the annual staff. Marie Wilson. Tony Kahlert. The property Is

The school yearbook; dedicated being auctioned by Hans- dog, cat, or snake in a heavy carton or sturdy I.

to the historical moon Sunday: Robert Walters, brough National Realty and container beside your garbage can. Mark the

landing: .also. Includes, activities Betty Cramp. Auction Company. :.- container "DEAD CAT, DEAD DOG, OR 'POISONOUS -.
and individuad Monday: Benny Black, Sue .
picturesof SNAKE
Duncan Jimmie: f
Hargett; Sue
students in
>),". .* '- grades 712. Ellen Deen, Joyce Whitney, The City believes that these precautions will I

To reserve 'acopy of 'the Kathy Parrlsh. Karen Parrish. ,! TREES ARE insure the safety' of children, other animals, and

Plnea, _a deposit must: be Tuesday: Gary Buckles, EVERYBODY'SBUSINESS the people who handle the garbage..

made on-. or before December Catherine Stanish, :Ellen: Jennings iI Thank you. J

1. Deposits,will be taken In' none rmsr..)...

the typing room. Cost of the Wednesday: Frank Sears .. -w..oww-. THE CITY OF BUNNELL FLORIDA "

annual .Is $5.00. Charles Sindeliar, Mrs. Paul :;= t
.; ,
Stani&h. -

KRATZ, her husband if alive or
IN TIIR CIRCUIT counT FOIt If dead then her unknown heirs
FL.AUL.KIt COUNTY. VL.OHII devisees legatees or grantees,
and all other persons or parties
CIVIL CASE NO. 634 claiming by. through under tor
DIVISION! "K" against them ELLA F". KItATZ.
JOHN J. TYNE. and KRATZ."her husband -
Plaintiff.MARCIUSVW. If alive or If dead then her
unknown heirs devisees legatees
KRATZ. et ux. or grantees and all other
et al. persons or parties claiming by.
etc.Defendants.. through under or against them.
TO THE DEFENDANTS MAR- RY. her husband. If alive orif,
CIUS W. KRATZ. a/k/a :MAR- dead then her unknown heirs
}} CIUS WILSON KIIATZ. and devisees, legatees or grantees
", :' ? k jL; ., KRATZ. his wife. If and all other persons or partiesclaiming
n k n+ .')' f4 0' Ftu alive or If dead then his un- by. through, under or
Yfsf },, ,, : known heirs, devisees, legateesor against tm. HAL-LlE OULICK
\ grantees and all other per- and ;ULICK. her husband
.:< sona or parties claiming by. if alive or if dead then
b'+Y+au+a xa ': r through under or against her unknown heirs, devisees
them DAVID H. KRATZ. legatees or grantees and all oth-
'. a/k/a DAVID HIRAM KRATZ. er persons or parties claiming
yo .: ;M twe. Individually and as Administrator by. through under or against
C. T. A. of the Estate of them. ACQUILLA OULICK and
MARCIUS W. KRATZ and- OULICK. her husband, if
:::: F aYd S yt If dead then his unknown heirs. heirs devisees legateesor
devisees, legatees or grantees, grantees and all other per-
and all other persons or parties sons or parties claiming by
claiming by.. through/: under or through under or against. them.
against them. :MARY K. :MOYERand CORA E. GULICK and '
MOYER. her hus GULICK her husband if alive
r band. If alive or If dead then of if dead then her unknown* J
her unknown heirs. devisees heirs devisees legatees or grantees -
legatees or grantees and all and all other persons or
other persons or parties claim parties claiming by. thrdugh.
. ing by a under or against them BESSIE!
them ALBEIT l{ I*?d1lRoT'Z, and QULICK and-:ULICK.
-KRATZ. his wife. If aliveor her husband if alive or If dead .
a 1 j ;') La. aY If dead then his unknown then her unknown heirs devisees -
5 iYW: r z. :AM heirs devisees legatees or grantees legatees or grantees and all
#,.t.a Jxrn and all other persons or other persons or parties claim
jay" parties claiming by. through under ing by. through, under or against
or agalnet them. HARRY E. them ELIZABETH OULICK and, r

[ ,., ;.. _.f: KRATZ and KRATZ. his GULICK. her husband.
; wife. If alive or If dead then If alive or If dead then her unknown
his unknown heirs., devisees' heirs I devisees, legateesor
legatees or grantees'Isndcr : other grantees and all other persons #
persons or or parties claiming by.
by through, under or against through under or against them
aa.., ?R S .ocree.' f[.t.. ''Y;: xi" them.' JESSE .H. KRATZ and WINIFRED HELLYER and-
? h8r
': o;i}: ': { alive. OP if dead_ then his unknown alive or If dead then her unknown -
heirs devisees legateesor heirs devisees, legateesor
grantees and, all other per- grantees. and all other per-
sons or parties>' claiming by; sons '.or parties, claiming by,
.,r throughyWTrd< -or..aflralnstthem;'---''through;' under' against* them.-'
: I..A WHY. and i LAURY. her his wife if aliveor
Lry : husband, If alive or If deddyt then if dead then his unknown
-2::Yt legatees or grantees and all oth- and all other persons .or
er persons or parties claiming- parties claiming by through
by. through under or against under or against them and all
them. RUTH LAURY a/k/a RUTH parties having; .or
$,Jf' ',;$#{, a %): LAWRY and-LAURY. her < :claiming; any right, title o- Interest
-' husband If alive or If dead in and to the following
-- .
?L+ ,;.y ;; then her'unknown
; ; h heirs de- described realty located In Flag
{. Say; '. visees', legatees or granteesand ler County. Florida: Beginningat /
all other persons or a point ten hundred flfteem
parties claiming by. through and eight-tenths (1015.8) feet:
.;> 6'Q r< under or against them LUCYK South of the North East Cornerof -
:: R A T Z and Lot four (4) of Section 17 of
:< .. KRATZ. her husband. If alive or Township 10 south of range ,31
'?iS. If dead then her unknown heirs
:} .n. .. ..7PL':?% east, thence extending
; devisees legatees ,or grantees
ly sixteen hundred etghty-ftlx.
: : Li4,
4 Y and all other persons or parties and two-tenths (1686.2) feet to.
9 .a : "': : fh d'}: claiming by through under or a point thence southwardly two.
., x. q R,{ against them. MERARI GULICKand hundred sixty-two and seven
i. ;ULICK. her husband tenths (262.7) feet to a pointr.
::?S';. : If alive or If dead, then thence eastwardly aeventreem
".t,. : her unknown heirs, devisees, ..
,.t, ;:SJ hundred twenty-four and' nve
ssFY'i"R.:};.;',;,?a.:;+?:{:'txicok'eQ: :: .;:{.;'2:.>7 .tcAY :.?Y other legatees, or grantees, and all tenths ( 2fitlrItthn point, ini ....
persons or parties claiming > the Ocean fir a.
:,rf f'xvLa'L' ''"} < :afq"rjf$ ?.:.0{::} A by, through, under or against northwardly) In and'through
.. ,. them. ROBERT F, KRANTZ and said Clp"arr;:
: f:: in .yyY? .y?$ .L,<+.aK>ti(' : r two-
[ .
% :? ::.;?, ; :r{ KRANTZ. his wife ifalive ., hundred seventy-four and eighttenths -
3{Y or If dead then, his un- (2 to a. point
?< .1: :x y ,33 fx :; known heirs devisees legatees the place of 8le'leJln Containing j
..,3x5 E+}'{':c 5f.t<..}$.. f S' ;; or grantees and all, other persona ten (10) of land. Together
\ .. or parties claiming by. ttcre'p; I
,?(; .YAjr.:xtf33f; ',r} ;,} $ with I rights
..,?. .b.,,.,; : .x'tc ;, through under or against them. and accretions pertaining to the -
.):. .;>r'' JESSE QULICK and GU- above describeparcel. of land,
'';L,''?{}[ '\?%.) LICK. his wife if alive or If all whose place and residence
} dead then his unknown heirs address is unknown. '
devisees legatees or grantees YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

and all other persons or parties that an action to (Julet title
claiming by, through under or the following in
Ix propery Flae-
against them JOHN H. OULICK ler County Florida; .
and OULICK. his wife Beginning a ''point ten
I' If alive or If dead..then his unknown hundred fifteen and eight- "
heirs, devisees legateesor tenths (1015.8) feet South or f .
grantees and all other per- the North East Corner of Lot 1,
sons or parties claiming by. four (4) of Section 17 or \
through under or against them. Township 10 south of
WILSON GULICK and 31 east thence ;;
OULICK. his wife if alive If extending-
westwardly sixteen hundred' ''
then his
dead. unknown heirs eighty-six and two-tenths. :
devisees legatees or grantees (1686.2) feet to ",
a point; ,
and all other persons or parties thence
southwardly .
claiming by, through under two 't
$ 1 hundred sixty-two
against them. WARREN K. OU
(262.7) feet
to j
LICK and -GULICK. his '
point thence
wife if alive or If dead then : hundred eastwardly seventeen
his unknown heirs devisees. leg, and nve-tentha twenty-four
atees or grantees and all other feet
to a point I in the Ocean Barrier
persons'or parties claiming; by, thence in t
through, under or against them a northwardly
direction In and
JOHN FREDERICK LANDIS. through lIald"'p?
and LANDIS. his wife. if Ocean Barrier two hundred f
t' alive or if dead 'then his unknown seventy-four and eight-ten
ths (274.8) 'feet to a point 1'.
devisees I
legateesor :
the place of
beginning. Containing
.: grantees and all other persons -
ten "
(10) acres of
or parties claiming by.
land. Together
the riparian
through under
or against them. i
EVA T<. LANDIS and rights and accretions
pertaining to the above described *
LANOIS. her husband If aliveor
If* dead, then her unknown parcel of land.
been filed
against and
heirs devisees legatees or gran- .
you are required to serve a
tees and all other persons or copy
parties claiming bthrough.under of your written defenses. If any.
of against them'. SARAH to it on Donald J. Seps. attorney
LANDIS and LANDIS. her for plaintiff. whose address Iw "
120 East Granada Avenue, P. O. 'I(
husband If alive or If dead, then *
1 her unknown heirs Box 2633. Ormond Beach.
ida and file the original 'j
or grantees and all other
clerk of
the the above

t. You can't hear him{ laugh in a letter. WINIFRED persons through,or under parties LANDIS or against claiming and them by. 1969: otherwise on or before a Judgment December atylectcourt maybe 17.


That's one of the reasons long distance calls feel 1 so good. LANAIS If dead her then husband.her, unknown If aliveor or relief petition.entered demanded against In the you.complaint for the; _

heirs devisees legatees
gran- '
! tees and ajl) other person. WITNESS my hand and tho
; : parties claiming by. through under or- seal of said Court ,on 7th day.of .
; or against them IDA November 1969. ':
, ..ti. !. <, .. I -" '- KRATZ. and KllATZ. her As OEOROB Clerk o M.( said Court .
@ Southern: Bell f' #.:. 1Wf :;. \ her husband.unknown.If alive heirs or devlseea.If dead then legatees -: (Circuit Clerk- ralL... Emery"

o. \ or grantees and all other By .
As Deputy
\ persons or parties claiming by, '
Nov. 13 4tc.o :
through, under or against them. j


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6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. -NOV. 13. 19ew returned to his homeport
Charleston, S. C. aboard the
1 +r About minesweeper USS Alacrity
'''' O. F. ALFORD after a six-month deployment } ; ',
in the Mediterranean.The ,. "I ,'I
.;', r Real Estate Broker oceangoing mine 1ikct'Lik'br : ::
r' .: Raymond E. Alli sweeper participated in vari ,.,
I Registered son, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.Lonnle ous fleet exercises while
... ., Bunnell Florida E. Allison of Bunnell serving vyiih the Mediterran. ,,'.
'::' '. .A.-.A.A --- ----- can. Sixth Fleet. When not Involved some S .
in operations the Alacrity
'\ visited ports in Malta,
j Spain, Italy and Greece. uiod people G

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Airman Larry R. Hull, son
FLAGLER PLUMBING CO.. of Robert L. Hull of Flagler These agents probably won't mention it, but
: -, i Beach, has completed basic they're newsmakers for Liberty National.They've .

.;, 1500 S. Daytona Avenue / ,training at Lackland AFB, Seen granted the NSAA award for out. .
Texas. He has been assignedto
., sales
Chanute standing achievement. For guarding?lives.
J AFB, 111 for train- '
', The 'N tionalAssociation Life Underwriter
; I' Flagler Beach of ,
; <.:>. '_:!< ,f ti' '' insurance
an independent organization recognizestheir
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(' Telephone 439-2169 T. J. Miller Owner :! ,,,.'>->>\,;' <",""""' "":'%' 8<., ".' service to the nation.So do we. .

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NO MINORS ALLOWED field. Airman Hull a graduate S f .,;'; .
of Port Huron (Mich.) ;- .:, STELLA. F, CAULEY.
Northern High School, attended '
St. Clair County ,Comm. ::',, Daytona Beach District

I College in Port Huron and ,'." ::7.\1:? ,
Daytona Beach Junior Col
C 501' ON TIMECERTIFICATES lege. ?:: ; .
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First Lieutenant David J. }. ,
Cook is now stationed at Old I 1 ,.
VOLUCIA MINIMUM S3.cOO-sO DAYS nawa with the United States ',, ( r r. 't.
dress Is: .."" SALES
BANK 1st Lt. David J., Cook 0100955S. x .. I" it'% ACHIEVEMENT
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'I" i : MIL-TON MOTEL Gun Racks :: Built in Kitchens

Bookcases :: Built In Furniture

Vanities :: Breakfast: Bars '

; CHICKEN PANTRY RESTAURANT No' order too small (minimum $4)

.' Laminated Plastics ,:: Upholstery Fronts


,1 ;, NOVEMBER \ Planning Arranged
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U. S. NO. 1 SOUTH. 107 Bay St. Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928


; valuable property consists of twelve unit motel,**masonry CRAIG FUNERAL
9 "'.'! constructed :with swimming pool 'and extra lots, two bedrooms, two ;
/',. .. :'. bath home (with central heat and air-conditioning: 394 ft. U. S. CRAIG. '
H. Funeral Director
..,:'.,'. Highway frontage. Approximately six acres. Chicken 'Pantry Restaurant ,
f. with seating capacity. of 30. Tastefully decorated and modernly JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR
.,/ equipped. OXYGEN
.0-':.:' The property will be offered in such a manner that you may buy CONDITIONEDCHAPEL. I I' I EQUIPPED %
,r. the restaurant and motel separately or in its entirety. f AMBULANCES

; ... ,\ Terms:'20% down day of Auction, balance to be announced. Phone ID I 7-3532

F .-- ", .. y Open for inspection 1O:30 A. M. day of :Auction. f 201 E. MOODY BLVD.. BUNNELL FLORIDA '

c\\J;' A.- :Write or Call for Brochurea''r''r' -' .. "

fy":, ,:.HANSBROUGH/: [Flagler County .Insurance

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.,f Metcalf 'Bldg. ORLANDO 42 -4571
". }. .:. S All Forms of Insurance
305 East Moody Blvd. -:- ''Phone 437-3171 "/1
Runnell, 'Florida: 32010

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runs. NOV. 13. 1969 RUMMAGE SALE FORMER .

TillUNKNOWN Auxiliary sponsoring a

CIVIL ACTION NO. 1O4O-A. }!I'HU4. DNVJSEEH ORANTEES'CHI'.UITOHH SPOUSE Alice L. Miller, 56 County Commissioner- ..
STATtt! OK FLORIDA r)KPAUTMKNT sale Saturday, November
OF TIIAN8POHTATJON LIlNOItS! Olt Marathon, Florida passed George Wickline attended' a
V OTHEH 15, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
FLAGLER COUNTY UY, THltOUUU UNDER CLAIMING on at the.Flagler Beach Park. away Tuesday* November 4th meeting of the Beach Erosion ;

Plaintiffs) AGAINST ANY SUCK DECEAS- after a brief Illness. Mrs. Organization last Wednesdayat
coJJ ANTS, IF JNDANT on AND N F' Miller was the wife of Wes. Readlngton Beach, Floridaas
It. w. et al.. AI.IVE. ganizations civic projects.not .
Defendant. tHOUHfo hbAD, THEIR UNKNOWN ley Miller, formerly of Flag. the official representative

8110W CAUSE!! NOTICK I I..UATEES. GRANTEES CRED1TOItil ': later than November 26. Flagler County. :

OK !SUIT' I'AHTIEH LIENOHS CLAIMING, on'OTHER DY A.If D.you. 1999.fall ,to do so. Default Funeral services were held Wickline ,said plans were

The THE Federal STATE Land OF FLORIDA Dank of TO; THROUGH, U N D E ROIL will be entered against you for in the First Baptist Church of outlined whereby federal

Columbia AGAINST DEFENDANT ANY SUCH DE'cEASED of the complaint'relief demanded: The-nature in the of said bill Flagler Beach, Sunday afternoon funds were available to fight
c/o II. A. r>arr. President ANTS HAVING suit I for with interment the basis
Columbia, South Carolina AND ALL PARTIES being in Hope beach erosion on of

1JLA.UCKL. No. 110.1 110.3 ANY RIGHT'A CLAIMING TO HAVE DIVORCEWITNESS my, hand and seal Cemetery. these funds being-matched by
114.4 l TITLE OR IN-
114.1. 114.2. TEItEST of said Court this 17th day of the state and local '
Benjamin D. Jester, IN AND TO TilE Mrs. Miller is survived by govel1'11-
PHOl'ERTY October A. D. 1969.
1917 Washington Street THE COMPLAINT SCRIBED, TO.WIT: IN GEORGE M. MOODY her husband, Wesley, one ments. : I

Wilmington PARCEL ,No.Delaware 112.1 112.2 ,'- AlilH11PED EACH OF YOU (Official Clerk Seal of) )said. Circuit Court brother, Jack Logan; Flagler Governor Claude Kirk was' !

H. D. Jesteri: Sr. SEVERALLY Beach and' four sisters. at the !
. THAT THE PLAIN. By Kathryn L. Emery a speaker meetings "
1917 Washington Street TIFFS( )
PILED ITS //SWORN Deputy Clerk '
-Wllmlngfton, Delaware COMPLAINT OR Oct. 23, 80. Nov 6; 13. 4tc.
PARCEL No. 112.1 112.2 TOGETHER PETITION l _ _ l_ _
WITH ITS DECLARATION ---------- - - -
NO. 110.1, 110.3 ABOVE
100 foot rights of way of the old TO CONDEMN THE ABOVE "

lying Southerly and within BO MAIN PROCEEDING. Plaintiff. '
feet of the- center line of State YOU ARE FURTHER NOTI- ALUMINUM WORK .
SE'i.PHDetendant. .
Itoad S-304. Section 73510, said FIED THAT THE PETITIONERS AUSTIN :
center line being described .
Commence at a point on the ORABLE HOWELL W. MEL- THE NAME jQF THE STATE
Township 13 South, Range 30 THE ABOVE STYLED COURT TO AUSTIN SELPH, address ,
East, located 1053.08 feet Southerly ON THE 16th DAY OF DECEMBER unknown
of the Northeast corner O'- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .
of said Section 30; thence run pD.'J.969iNAtutgE that a Complaint for Divorcehas '
f North 48-12'30 West 25 feet to FLAGLERj COUNTY COURTHOUSE -, / been filed against you and 20 ,(Years Experience
the point of beginning of said FLORIDA. ITS APPLI- you are required to lIr'r.rtn copy
line; thence South 4147'30* West' CATION FOR AN ORDER OF of your answer_ or defenses For Free Estimate 'Phone 2532354'
1948.40 feet to the beginning ofa TAKING IN ACCORDANCE If any, to it on GREZIK' Daytona
curve, concave to the Northerly. WITH ITS DECLARATION OF' & JOHNSON attorneys for
having a radius of 1910.08 TAKING HERETOFORE FILEDIN Plaintiff, whose address. .la 326
feet ,and a central angle of THIS CAUSE. ALL PARTIESTO So.Grandview Avenue. Daytona
4212'00": thence Westerly THIS SUIT AND ALL OTH- Beach Florida and file the orig-
1406.67 feet along said curve to ER INTERESTED PARTIES inal with the Clerk of the above-
the end of the curve: thence MAY APPEAR AT .TIlE TIME styled Court on or before Decem- SPECIAL
South 83'59'30"West 279.81 feet AND PLACE DESIGNATEDAND ber 8. 1969; otherwise. a judg-
to a point on the survey line of BE HEARD. .ment may be entered againstyou'
State Road 11 designated as Sta- AND for the relief" demanded In 4 ft. x 8 ft. Vz inch Sheet
the Complaint. per
tion 315 plus 79.16; EACH' DEFENDANT IS $395
' Containing 7980 square feet HEREBY REQUIRED TO WITNESS my hand and seal SheetingPlywood ............._..._...._,
(0.181 acre), more or lesa. SERVE WRITTEN DEFENSES, at Bunnell. Flagler County.
(2) That part of: IF ANY TO SAID COMPLAINTOR Florida this 31st day of Octo- 2"x4"x8ft. Each

Lots 1 through 67. Blotflt 11. Du- PETITION ON: ber A. D.George 1969. M. Moody Fir Studs ...._....._............_.._....._._ 65 e
Pont Railroad and Land Com- L. B. SHAW
Subdivision of Section 20. County Attorney. Flagler Clerk of the Circuit
Township 13 South Range 30 CountyBunqeli. Court. Flagler County.. ATLANTIC HARDWARE &
East, being all of said Section 20 Florida Florida;; r.
except the SE\4. of the SE44 ON OR BEFORE THE 1st DAY By atHfer.k) ; Emery
thereof OF DECEMBER. A. D.. 1969. SUPPLY Y CO. Inc. '
lying Southerly of and within AND FILE THE ORIGINAL /ANTHONY J. GREZIK ,
50) feet of the survey '
State Road S-304 Section 73510. ABOVE STYLED COURT ON 326' So. Grandvlew Avenue MOODY, ,BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH
Westerly of Station 98 plus 50.: SAID DATE TO SHOW CAUSE Daytona Beach. Florida PHONE '439-2303
for Plaintiff -
feet 'of said survey WHAT RIGHT TITLE. INTEREST Attorney .
within 35
line from Station 98 plus 50 to .- '''OR LIEN YOU OR ANY Nov. 6. 13. 20.: 27. 4to.
Station 101 plus 50 and within OF YOU HAVE IN AND TO, ,
25 feet of said survey line East- THE PROPERTY DESCRIBEDIN II..
erly of Station 101 plus 50. said SAID COMPLAINT OR PETITION r .

:;:[let line being being described located and as ANY AND YOU TO HAVE.SHOW WHY CAUSE SAID IF ... _... __ ._ 4

follows: '
Begin at point on the South CONDEMNED FOR THE USES
boundary Section 20. Township
1000.00 feet Easterly of PETITION FILED HEREIN.IF .
the located Southwest corner of said YOU FAIL TO DO SO. A., ;..:;1 ir n Snapup ""J
Section 20: thence run North DEFAULT' WILL F3i "ENTEREDf -
41M7/30* East 901.90' feet thence AOAINST'
North .41 39>30"' East 3166.90 feet ,
to Station 98 plus 50: thence con- ,
4l39'30" East 300
Station 101 Plu* :
feet thence to continue North 41-39'30" 17th DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D.< ,, ;

East 1472.55 East feet 656.7: thence feet North to 1969.CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT,
41-49'30' '

a feet point said Southerly Section on the of 20 East'the located Northeast.boundaryof 672.28 (Seal By Deputy Kathryn Clerk I*, Emery *.- 7, a bargain J. :, ,

corner of said Section : 113. '
No. 110.1.( 110.3 cont.) Oct. 30 Nov. 6. 13. 4to '
Containing 209.196 square feet
exclusive .ADVERTISEMENT ,
(4.802 acres): more or less
of existing road rightsfOWaNBD K'MJkSe' ,1

recorded in O R. Book 23' page IN RE 'ESTATE OF have down

215 in favor of THE COLUMBIA FEDERAL JOSEPH- Deceased.DURSKI gone i :

PARCEL NO. 112.1. 112.2 having To all creditors claims and or all demands persons eleven' times ...?, '-'," t J :
of: ,/
That The part SEa. ot the SWU l3 of Sec- 'ski against deceased said estate' You : and Joseph each Dur-of since 1957' ,F : ": : '; .

Range 630 East lying Souther- you; are hereby notified and required ; J:t" ,
of the sur- to present any claims and "
ly and within of State Road 8-304., demands which you or either "i .f .' .,:
Section 73510 said survey line of you, may have against the es- ? '
follows: state of Joseph Durskl deceased 1 X { ./ 'Y
as fi '
being Snap!And home is f ,
point on the South late of Flagler County, FlorIda your r av
boundary Begin at of a Section 16., Town to the County Judge ofFlagger r South. Range 30 East.' County at his ofllce In : X, Y .
located 611.57 feet Easterly of the County Courthouse in Bun t And your laundry gets' ,.:
of said nell Flagler, County. Florida, "f \
Southwest'corner oe washed while do the :
the run'North 41" within six -months from the date : ; you 1 .
49'30'Section East 16: thence 438.69 feed; hence of first publication _of this ,no- shopping. Click!And stars ') ,

North 41-38'30' East 6058.49feet tice.Each 4f of the entertainment'world
North 4137'"" East claim or demand must be r li ; S.'
: thence, the 'In ,writing and must state the
373.35 feet to a point on >< 5come into the room \
of residence and poatofflce
East boundary 210.4feet Southerly l address of,the claimant and must s in full color. '
located Section be to by the claimant hisagent '
of said sworn
the Northeast"' corner or his attorney, or It will Today we rely on electricity .
16: 6440 square feet be barred according to-law. k so much and have it so ,- ,I
Containing exclusive Dated this 11 day of Septem- ;; ,
40.148 of acre existing). more road or less rights of ber. 1969. I 'p readily at our fingertips that ; .*
Charlotte KowaleskiAs ..
'way. n.Y BENJAMIN D.' Administratrix ;2 > we often forget how miraculous rno I

., OWNED SUBJECT: TO: INTEREST If of the Estate of Joseph Dur- Kf { xy >R 7 Q A rK it all would have seemed a few ",'x I .
any, ot DRAINAGE H. D. JESTER.: :JiIEN".r DUFFETT! BARRY -AND SEPS, generations ago. And we seldom : '--1\
114.2 114,3 120 East Granada .Avenue. P. O.; '
know what bargain' ,
PA'RCEL a great
Box 2633. Ormond Beach Flora
LATERAL H$ W.ftEfsife ) Ida and Third Street and Ocean z flameless electric is, especially j ,
Blvd.. Flagler Beach.Florida .
That part of=WesterlY of State t -r in'these inflationary times. I ist '

Road The 8-304.51/2, ot Section 20 and Nov. 6. 13. 20. 27. 4tc. > k f The average price per kilowatt "

/ of Section 19io Town- g d : da I '
hour FPL-served
Range : East. LEGAL ADVEIlTISKMKJfT.!! fIN ;: paid by :

> feet NortherlYand of ad1tcN > families today one-third less "

20 survey line SoutherlY described' as THE 'CIRCUIT, COUNTY.COURT JHM.OIU-OFFLAGLER than it was in 1957! J '; '

follows Commence: on the South,boun- 1nACase 4I-O .)*: t5 ':' { No wonder then that you :'',/

"ot above 'Section 20 at a No. use electricity so much. It's the '
dary 1000.00 feet EaaterlY RUBY NELL CASEY :

point of located, the Southwest North'cornt'tr 4147'30' '- Plaintiff. '; f I-Si 4 :4 a- i biggest bargain your budget. ;

thereofand" East run' I* D.- CASEY"Defendant ,' -- Snap it upt 1 ."

mKm .
North 41- NOTICE TO DEFEND .,"" I .5
feet' thence ot THE' STATE OF' FLORIDA TO: -
_' We"t 75 feet to the point : _
line L. D. CASEY r.; =-S.
"...;. beginning of said.survey North 48,20'301 c/o C. V. Casey *.r I
\ thence continue e South 8639'30 Route 1. Box 82A S

". '\ West 225eZ434 feet to!.. ,thee ,I Forest Oit Arkansas .. 'LOSiw. roMns s LIGHT COMPANY .
> ({ line. You are hereby notified' that'a HILI'tNO IUIi.O'LOfUOA .
of laid! survey 132,950 square feet suit has been filed against your; "1 .
Contalnln&'l+ J, entitled and '
or less.OvNED In the above cause; :
..... (3 052 acres) more RAYMON F. you are hereby required to file 5 M
; 'BLANCHES J T, your answer with the Clerk of S. .. :1..
wife bl
and I-I': .- ; ._
this Court and to serve a copy, F- '
TUCKER MORTGAGE recorded thereof upon the plaintiff or S -

> UD.1ECT'T : Book 23. page plaintiff's attorney whose name, ... ", : y- .j FBI }I..... TIONUSElit.EcmICITYh, : ... What costs today than it did in', 1957 J

.:' ,' 215 in UVo DANK?*or'T OF 1 COLUMBIA: and address l#QBEnsON* ) ,.." :iIJ :.or.-I -'--' '' ', ''.:'';:-'"' :;w;" << "'\'!' RRiP" : i "' "TWR.9:> *:_t- .* -' ',;,' t,

p LAND 204 Conrad Building ; .
and TIMBER 496 inefavor 112 West New York Avenue ; ,

of OCAIA',LUMBER SALES Deland. Florida 32720' ... .. r

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.3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., JNOV. 13 1969 The FISHING LINEBy Weaver caught 5 nice flounder caught 14 bass; Gene Hersey
BETTE McDANIELReports Tuesday morning using and Charles Sumner broughtin
Rose of Dunkirk N. Y. arrived live shrimp for bait. (If the 17 hasp, one weighing 10
ARRIVE FOR WINTER recently to spend the winter from around the fish are around Mr. Weaver pounds. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roland M.. months at Flagler Beach. county indicate salt water can catch them.) ) Regulars at Bing's, Eli Ed.
anglers have had good luck There are a few small drum wards and Jerry Redman
this week. The ocean has and sheepshead around and .:Jacksonville boated 21 trout,
cleared after several weeksof are being taken off the bot 1 drum and a croaker. .,...
muddy water and rough tom. Adrian Barnett of Pal atka,
I : Reliable Appliance Repairs surf and fishing is on the up. (o.) using live shrimp for bait,

swing. Fishing< in ,the,canal Is Bln J"s Fish .Camp brought in 12 large trout. /
still good and the ,best spot Is Mr. Taylor and Mr. Worth.en .
in the flats There Is still plenty of ac of Daytona Beach had 28
Siegfried Appliances Pier FishingMr. tion ait Bings. bass they boated while fish
Mosler at Flagler Beach Mr. and Mrs. Bean Jacksonville ing north of the camp.
Pier reports several nice brought in 55 trout (-00
437-3835 catches of flounder averaging and several drum sheeps Flagler Fishing Camp
2 pounds, trout bluefish head and 'bass caught In the.
Spanish mackerel and whiting canal north of BIng's. Fresh water fishing is good I
BUNNELL have been. taken off the Local anglers Gene Knight according to Camp Manager
boated 6. nice bass and a Henry Aycock. The speckled
pier.Veteran angler Clarence trout; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly, perch are hitting live minnowsand f
H: the No Alibi Jure. The

. .. ...41 largemouth' bass are biting .
.fUI "'..... m "" "" = .u I'" In'"n' -- --------
and are being' caught on Rep-
.BABBITT'S PLUMBING ala top water plugs,
Call TOUCHTON and SONSFOR D. W. Gorelock and :J. R.

40 YEARS EXPERIENCE SERVING Herring Waycross Ga. caught
I 41 specks during' the weekend

Lot Clearing, Heavy 'Mowirjg and FLAGLER Repairs -COUNTY Sales Mrs.. Odell v Hersey and Jake,

Under Brushing Pump Sales...;. Service Taylor specks. caught 30 large ':
Residential; Commercial Contracting

: _. All Work Contracted Insured vResidence Phone: 439-2098-12-1 p. m.
14 Years Experience. No Job too Small or Large 7-8 p. m.

: Call Collect Ormond 677-6268 for Free Estimate 4 Office Phone: 439-23O4 FARM. BUREAU

-...-.. .......=.1m... .......U#<.......... n ...".u.J": .="=.....n='...,.,,"'. lInlJn 'n II""nld1: lIP! :.. J .. STATE ..MEET
'r '
Representing Flagler Coun
t _
: ; ty Farm Bureau at the Farm
Bureau State meeting held in

.. I .- Panama City Florida recently
'" I was Lyman L. Gage :who
,.' 1 had this to say about the
r State Convcntit n: "Farm Bureau
is growing and is be-
( coming big business, rankingas
: 1 the State's No. 1 business,
J well ahead of tourism", Gage

: : MAVERICK. saId ,
He added the new Execu
tive Director Mr. Jack Lynn,
emphasized the need for local
county participation! and the

inflation importance being of county represented organizations at. '1
l\F'\ fighter the State meetings.The .
4 + '1' .-- theme of this year's
meeting was marketing and
In .his address to the assem
l : bly, Dr. Cunha of the University
: -
t 5- 1 "14 and the Commissioner of
Agriculture Mr. Doyle Con
". ner' both spoke on this' '... ject. .
'", ...... I ... U. S. Senator Spessard Holl :

'" ,. : and also spoke and was presented .
--r',: ;>"' ,,:/.. .. \
; a plaque In appreciation
/f:' ::-.:.-."'..1'Vi' of his, services to agriculture .
.")>" '. in Congress.
'J \
:;J ; \ :. ? : .. Mr. Switzer Presidentof
\ \. f I the Kansas State Farm Bureau
; .
: :
; '. spoke on the booming

'"",, Industry in his State In the
:' ,r'I" :' cattle feeding industry. Mr. .
I Switzer"stated their feed lots
: could handle all of the feeder
?i' type cattle Florida could
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\\o : .. 5 Deluxe solid state fully
I ; transistorized sterephonic high
.'''f;.' / fidelity consoles in beautiful/
! ," hand rubbed finish: Deluxe
BSR' 4 speed record changer

i ,ev i !ra and 4 speaker audio system. ....
: Can be paid for at
$6.00 per
; : : month. May be inspected in

-.. warehouse at Unclaimed
Freight 527'Volusla., Ave.,
1"'i ,.. '.. 1..t Mont thru Fri. -.9 a. m. to 6
; :. '- p. m.Sat 9 a. m". to 1 p.",m.
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\ '. : .., I 1OOO acres offered In small
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; .--- Also good country home with
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swimming Site
pool. Auction) :
} Qalaxle' 500 ST-Door Hardtop,Is built'to be one of West of Ocala on Highway 200
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"'. .t the quietest Fords ever proves quality .d' to Shady Rd., (SW 27th Ave
: need not be expensive./ nue) turn south, follow signs
:. ., to' property. High and dry

..... ,',';,. Performance .: .... rolling land. now In .use as
: cattle farm. Adjoins Florida's
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.. '" Headquarters. ; farms, country estates idealfor'
industrial sites, housingor
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:ri : Mustang Hardtop Is No.1 for economical fun In horse farms. Eight miles to
0 : : :' i 7;:70. Looks, feels, acts like 'sporty car-at a downtown Ocala.. Easy terms:
down to earth relaxed price.
... owner will finance 25 pet.
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J. r phone 2372535owner
\' "::4' Mrs. :Jack Farris Rt. 2, .
1 r Box 53., ,Ocala,_ Fla -

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', ..; '.l, BUNNELL; MOTOR COMPANY' _Inc. Bunnell, ', Florida,' Silver Grissom GRISSOM Springs Registered REALTY Fla.;( AUCTION Real, :Julian Estate .

-I ., Broker. Phone/236-2515./


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