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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
May 18, 1967
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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County Chamber,

'Had, f;Interesting :,;;;The T Tribu IN DAYTONA BEACH .

f"F 4 .h'* iagier e Mrs. Irene Deans, 82, Day-

Meet Thursday tona Beach, passed away May
16 at the Ormond Beach Hospital .

after a brief Illness. She
One hundred attended *
an open meeting persons call. VOL. 55 NO. 20 THURSDAY MAY 18. 1967 $2.50 A YEAR was the mother of Mrs. Mike
Steflik, Flagler Beach.
ed by the Flagler County

Chamber of Commerce last She is survived by one son,

Thursday night at the court. Bunnell City GOVERNOR DECLARESNO William Deans, Ormond; and
house,..Purpose of the meeting BUNNELL six daughters, Mrs. Sally Gil-

was,to I discuss the feasibility SUPPLY CRITICAL Com. Meeting'The BURNING reath, Wilkesboro, N. C; Mrs.

creating a county govern. The Bunnell Citiy Commission PROCLAMATION H. J. Engel, Daytona Beach;

mentalreorganization com reports the well is County Ranger G. B. Kelly Mrs., Dorothy Schwartzbeck,
main of discussion ,
mitt. e. Lewis Wadsworth, C. unable to keep the water topic told the Tribune today Daytona; Mrs. Earl D. Waldin
of t president, presided. supply adequate and an at the meeting Bunnell City Monday open fires such as burning Jr., Miami; Mrs. V. L. Holmes

Wadsworth told the group EXTREME WATER SHORT.. night was the critical water trash, clearing latod and Holly Hill and Mrs. Mike Stef

!Times have changed since AGE exists. shortage. The City's wells,are etc. will be prohibited due lik.
reapportionment and a bill This may create a fire sufficient to a proclamation declaredby
unable to
produce Graveside services will be
has been introduced recom of Claude Kirk
hazard due to lack pressure Governor
due to
supply consumers, conducted at Shady Rest Cemetery *
mending Flagler County and for the fire mains. the low water table, and the Kelly said this pertainsto Holly 11111 at 11:00 a. m.
sixteen other counties to be The commission reports increase the entire South Eastern
demand is steadily Thursday (today).
abolllshed, and a study is that unless citizens stop ing due to the drought the section of the state and becomes .
needed to determine if Flag. watering their lawns and area is experiencing. effective today. Woodward and Lowther

ler County: can prove self sufficient" (filling ,pools immediately, Funeral Home, Holly Hill is In
water hours will have to be Roger Edwards was named charge of arrangements.

The county's revenue derived enforced with no water released ,* the new Fire Chief of the Bun SCHOOL BOARD
from State and;:Federal from the plant dur nell Volunteer Fire Department .

sources was disclussed and ing certain periods of the Mr. Edwards replaces APPROVESSUMMER .
figures revealed the total Earl Rice who resigned. Applications Would YouBELIEVE
amounted to three million day.ALL residents are urged for volunteer firemen PROGRAM

sixty.three thousand dollars, to cooperate and prevent a were accepted from Richard A summer Recreation and

compared to one million fifty- complete breakdown of the Yelvington, Ferris Solomon Enrichment Program was ap

eight thousand dollars paidin city's water system.ACTIVITIES Howard Allen and Gary Cow. proved by the board at the It Happened In Ragle

by, (the county. It was also art. The commissioners agreed Tuesday, May 9 meeting of County 10. 20. 40 years ago

stated a bill has been Introduced /ito have the city work crewsto the Flagler County Board of

to realign distributionof AND: answer fire calls during Public Instruction. Directorsof 1

gasoline tax monies which working -hours, since some of the are KennethD.
would undoubtedly lower the CLOSING DATE OF the volunteers will be unableto Herring programs, Bunnell High 10 YEARS AGO .

county's income. SCHOOLS GIVEN leave: their Jobs in the daylights ., School; Leroy A. Hunter, Carver Property owners along the

.',Another opinion revealed hours. High School and WilliamE. East side of US Highway One

Flagler County has only one Flagler County Schools' Other business of the com Fennellfl, Flagler Beach, through Bunnell City limits,
half, of one percent of population 1966.67 school term officially Elementary School. had been notified to vacate
mission included
of the largest county In closes at the end of the school : Other business transactedby the property by midnight,May

the, state, but has the same day on May 30, 1967 accordingto Heard several ,complaints the board Included:
basic government structure to Superintendent Coy G. Harris 11.The
concerning stray dogs. Discontinuing the Mary property 'was being vacated -
govern five thousand personsas Jr. Karl Vocational School com for the four-laning of
compared to Dade county'sone Agreed to use the county
with the 1967.68
listedas Highway One through Buntnell.
, million. School are valuation for preparing the scholastic
. year.
Following lengthy discus. follows: 1967,city tax roll. Agreed to eliminate the dual .

s sion the group voted to ask Baccalaureate Services Hired Roscoe Lynn to paint diploma system for the grad. (:)

the county commission and the woodwork areas of the seniors and which
uating presentone Anderson's Drug Store
other interested persons to encourage Carver High School, School Civic Center building and concession type of diploma to all had been located several

itho legislative dele Cafetoriunv 8:00 a. m., May stand at the football seniors. years Just South of Moody

gation to create a county governmental 28, 1967. Reverend R. J. Lov field. Accepted the resignation of Blvd. on US Highway One,

reorganization stu ett, Pastor, First Baptist Elmer Lewis Taylor, BUS was moving to a new building .
dy commission. The study Church of St. Augustine will teacher. Just North of the Green

eo:: commission,will, hold public deliver theBunnell _-Berm,,. .. w,J ;:'....," PUBLIC'-HEARING m.. :, .,;; 'Ree ns oyed.hthe.'foilowing\ Tile .Service Station on US
meetings and listen citizen to the High School* First FRID ,Y NIGTTi'' instructional personnel: ,Mrs. Highway One. The buildingwas
viewpoints any ; all Wanda Mercer, Mrs. Emma. erected by Mrs. H. A.
be local Baptist Church of Bunnell, A will be
findings to voted on by public hearing
Reynolds, Bunnell High Elsenbach.
residents; and (that the 8:00: p. m., May 28 1967. Reverend held Friday night May 19,
School Mrs.
Betty Herring,
legislative delegation select Charles D. Anders, Pas 1967 at 8:30 P. M. In the court.
Beach School Mrs.
Flagler ; 20 YEARS AGO .
will deliver the sermon. ,
Representatives from various room, for the purpose of discussing .Gloria Graham Mrs. Charlie

city, county, governments, various Commencement a proposal to put an Moe Pierson, Miss Purcell end A number of enthusiastic
boards and other Interested woodland north of Highway Mrs. Genie Worsham, Carver Flagler Beach women gather

civic organizations In Flagler Beach Elementary 100 in Flagler County In a High School. Also hired Ar- ed Wednesday' afternoon on

the county.: School, School Cafetorlum, game management area. Alsoto theur W. Milcent:, ETV Specialist the porch of"'the Flagler

8:00 p. m., Wednesday May eliminate the existing ; and Mrs. Glenda Pelli- Beach Hotel to organize a

CANCER 31,, 1967. Principal W. E. Fen. breeding grounds near" Espanola cer, school aide at BUS. Flagler Woman's Club for the
CRUSADE and Beach. of developing the social -
pell, Jr. will present diplomas. Flagler Board members voted to' purpose
and business interests of
FRIDAY NIGHTThe Bunnell High School( Flag. All Interested landowners, purchase three 5'x8' flags from the community. Mayor Howard .

annual Cancer Crusade ler Gymnasium, 8:00 p. m., hunters and citizens are urged the American Legion Post 115. Wisehaupt opened the

will ,be held in Bunnell and Thursday, June 1, 1967. The to attend. Approved the following pupil meetingThe
address will be given by Dr. assignments: Bunnell following officers were
surrounding areas, Friday,
High School, Charles K. Me-
May 19, between 7 and 8 p. m. Zelda Brooks Smith, Associate elected: Mrs. Luella Fleurie,
FHA MOTHER- Knight, Jr; Debra Hean Mis-
The fire siren will give onelong Professor of Elementary Edu president; Mrs. Gene Hart
slnne and Patti M. Missinne
signal at 7 o'clock to cation at Western Kentucky DAUGHTER ; vice president; Mrs. Russell
I Carver School Serfton
High ,
mark the beginning of the University, Bowling Green Yelvington, secretary and
Lee Bizzell
and Blair.
Dr. Smith is a BANOUET Johnny
drive. Kentucky. Mrs. Frank Erlsman, treas
Atkinson will graduate of Bunnell High urer.
Carol Jean
I. Seventy attended the first
School, Stetson University. She
the business estab
canvass Future Homemakers of Amer. (:)
lishments during business Florida State University. Sheis
Mother-Daughter Banquetat
the daughter of Reverendand Making Its second public
hours this week. Several of 'the Bunnell High School
the outlying areas will also Mrs. Shelton< Brooks of L. Z. Pache appearance, the Bunnell,High
cafeteria Friday evening, May
Bunnell. There thirty-one School Band the peoplea
are gave
be canvassed during the day.
students in the graduatingclass. 12. Spring flowers, place cards Spring training for the Pee sample of their stuff, when
light hours. and mats fashioned from Wee League and Little League marched through he
Volunteers assisting with flowers completed the 'theme will wind up their season Sat business district in observanceof

house to house canvass In Carver High School, School "Flowers". urday morning. National Music Week.
Bunnell are: Peggy King,
Gymnasium, 8:00 p. m. Friday under
Katherine Bette A was presented For the two months Before the war
Perryman, program past
1967. Mrs. LaRosaH.
June 2,
under the direction of Mrs. the same band director, Walt.
McDaniel, Shirley Chambers, of Bonmer boys in the age group 7.13
Smith Principal
Mary Jo' Seale, Opal Craig, Elementary, School, Daytona Rosemary Brown, advisor. have formed two leagues and er Morris ,the band was a
. Evelyn Cook, Arlene Knight, The welcome address was given have been practicing and complete organization and go.
. Beach, will address the grad.
Freda Deen, Delores Deen, by Ann Hugas and Beth playing ball. Teams were ing strong. Then the armed
class. Fourteen graduates -
uating forces took the director, so
Debbie Herr, Myra Wads. Matherly gave the devotional.A sponsored by the Idlewood
will receive
worth; Midway Park Ruby poem a "A Love Cake For Club, Service Oil Co., Ameri from 1943 until last fall, Bun-

Jarosz; Shell Bluff, Maxine AMERICAN LEGION Mother" was read by Miss can Legion Post 115 and Bak. nell was without formal music

Buckles; Bimini, Edith Robertson Gwen King. ers 5 & 10, who donated caps training and started from
; St. Johns Park, Naomi POST 115 MEETING to the boys. scotch in (September, when
A pantomine "Do Wrong Merits returned
Petiker Espanola, Phyllis
Hirsch Favorlta, Imogene American Legion members Family" was presented by The league had at least six '
; Gwen King, Beth Matherly, for 40 YEARS AGO .
Strickland, Fire Tower, Mauise voted to sponsor Miss Sharyn ty-five boys one Saturday
McKenney Venice Park, Flag Lee Abraham In the "Miss Lelanie Cody, Ann Meekins, morning and over 400 boys In Ian
; BunneU defeated the.
Fiftieth Anniversary Beauty Karen Taylor, Susan Peterson, I two months.
ler Beach, Patsy Durranee.
Mateo crack nine at MeltonaM -
Other areas of Flagler Booth Contaar at the regular post Jeanne Hlgglnbotham, and James Robertson, Bobby and Plaid in a hotly fought
Matda Jeisnstot18gT
will be canvassed at a later meeting Monday night. Commander : Mike Robinson John Taylor OMHeat nerd trimmed the visitors -

cedes Floyd Hurl, presided. otteen are Ann Hugas and Glen Carle have been 10-8.

Mn. Victor Buckles was president; Peggy Maine, helping with the program. I "Hob" Masher pitching for
..,.n.... II U"1'II..A'I' president eleet; Bstieea Durraner would like to thank all persons the lanais retbod. he* of the

v. F. of Programs; Sue who donated and helped San __ "awtbriiMtu" wtd1

Z1rr.e will be a meetin| lad ion Convention in Miami >May Bfoadaway, V. P. of Recreation make the program a ..aecees. S. Os. Tftoaoe W eer ef the

tM ,.... ARMWKeafly ,eie.,, ....;Mm Buckles will be installed ; Linda Knight, V. P. of locals did eome timely hit
Souvenir Edition Public Relations; Janice Seale, Saturday morning at I:. ting. lAw Godob at first and
.... _..... a* Fifth District Com
....... Thursday (today) sosNrier at the conventionanadmtheBHBtnttallPTo. V. P. of Degrees; Carla Tuck. the Idlewoed: Club will meet Jim Odell ait: third played real

lit 4M m. in the eemmisaloners er, Secretary; Cindy Durrance the All Stan in a Pee ball.Captain
loom at the ooort- >lissa anted ib paIIaMe Treasurer; Marcia Johnston, and in the little league, Babbitt we*arranging

.... Lav Draxba, chalnneA, Historian and Nancy Hargett the AU Stars will play the a game for Ae leeVfc with

urges all members to attend. grain. Parllmentarlan. American Legion Peat:: team.

SMER&ED New:1:

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1-HUES.. NAY 18. 1967


VED, that a of this resolution
l iBla, 3Hlaglrr\ wrtbunrINCORPORATED wv
be placed In the re

cord of minutes of the Flag- Choice Beet
E Western
Bl1NNELLo FLORIDA ler County Board of Public Instruction CH 0 1 C Lean

one copy be sent to

'' the family of Mr. George R. e9acwtNC-.
*LEN WILSON Kendall, and one copy be sent to

Editor and Publisher to the Flagler Tribune for pub

BETTE S. McEANIEL lication. 1 w
News Editor
ADOPTED at the regular

meeting held on the 9th day

De.lsTt d aewspaper for all of aMy A. D., 1967.
LejcaI AJTcrtfsUg

Entered as second ijaas matter STRUCTION FLAGLER A. Choice "STANDING"
February 6. 1913 e t the post- COUNTY FLORIDA

Act office of at March Bunnell.J. 1116.Florida under Harold Chairman Emery, RIB ROAST "jT ,T j :: .Ib.: 79<

OAe Year; __.'2MIUs Coy G., Harris Jr.May :

''Mouths ?.. ..._.-...'1.s5 18, Itc. Secretary -: '
r I

March Kendall WHEREAS 27,departed 1967"Mr.,having this George life served oni R. Real. 1 Estate'"Registered Broker SHORT RIBS : T: : lb. 39Lean

faithfully and well the peopleof Bunnell Florida

Flaglyer County Florida in ...... \
the,capacity both a County Western ""CENTER CUT" 1 ,

School Trustee and a memberof ,TICK RID CAPSULESLet '
the Board,of Public Instruction your dog or cot kill their

and own them ticks TICK-RID and fleas.CAPSULES, Feed PORK CHOPS lb. 79

i.WHEREAS, Mf. George R. Ask about RED FEATHER

Kendall, devoted many years 3 WAX WORM CAPSULES
of devoted service to all ANDERSON
school activities for
phases of
the boys and girls of this Rexall Drug Store Small Meaty (IDEAL.FOR B R- -Qj) Lyk '. ';FL G" '


Kendall held the love and re- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME lb.

spect of all those with whomhe No.In 1176 compliance, Chapter with 20953 House; Law Bill,fit 5ge, 49c i

successfully carried out: his Florida Acts of 1941, as amended By the PieceCopeland's I
ed the undersigned will register
duties and responsibilities, the Clerk of the Circuit
and Court In and for Flagler county "SMOKED" Ib.
Florida upon receipt of proof of 4-6 Avg.

THEREFORE BE IT RE- publication ftl:1 notice! thefollowing

resolu tlon ,7J a cmfw yp BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
located at 107 N. Bay St., Bunnell, lb.3C9
SOLVED, that /the Superintendent Florida under which I will engage PICNICS
of Public Instructionand In the business of manufacturing
custom kitchen cabinets -
the Board of Public Instruction and Installations and that
,express sincere appreciation the undersigned Is the onlyperson
Interested said busi
of Mr. George R. ness. '
Kendall as a citizen patron, Dated at Bunnell, Florida this
2nd day of May A. D. 1967.E. .
and official member of the

Board of Public Instruction' Jacksonville 4003. L Bunnell Selph, Florida Dr. 'f' Free Plastic Dishpan Vith $5.00 or More Meat Order

and May

I ,
Star Kist 6V2 oz. CanS

Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands or so
I much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
herein set opposite same; together with cost of such sale and advertising Blue Plate Pint Jar'MAYONNAISE .' '
will be sold at -public, auction on the 1st day of"June '19J7 SUGAR: ; 'o' ','
at the office of the City Tax Collector In the Civic 1 Center Building, For $100
beginning at 10:00: o'clock A.M. In the City of Bunnell, Flagler County 3
51b. 370

Lots 2-3-4, Block 59 ....................... W. A. & Minnie L. Henderson Pillsbury (Asst. Flavors) 19 oz. Pkgs. .
.......................__._ ._. 39.95
Lots 3-4, Block 88 ..................._....... Robert & Evelyn Parrlsh... 6.56 MIXES at $nr Limit 1 with
Lots 5-6. Block 89 ..... Standard Homes Inc.._._... ...35D CAKEHi y $5.00 or more food order
Lot 9, Block 89 .. ....?..=::::::::::::::: & P, Inc..........._............_.. 2.15 .
NW 50' of Lot 10, Block 89 ............ Isaac Jones .............-.._.._.. 4.05 C (Ass't. Flavors) 46 Can
Lot 10 c 50', Block 89 James & Lillian Oiddens 4.35 oz.
Lots 5-6, Bock 91 ....?....... .. ..::: Standard Homes, Inc.........?..?. 18.10 FRUIT For
Lots 1-2. Block 92 ._....??............... Roosevelt Wilson ...___... 308 DRINKS 3 $100
NU Lots 1-2. Block 93SWH Nealle Deal ..........._.._..._... 2.93
Lots 11-12, Klocl I 93':.:::::::::: Hazel Emanuel......?.._.....:_... 4.35 Joe Crain's Grade "A"
NE% Lots 11-12, Block 93 ...-..?... Eliza Davis ..............._.._....... 6.40 BLUE PLATE PEACH & PINEAPPLE
Lots 9-10, Block 123 ....................... Mae Bell Whlpper......._....?.. 6.70
Lots 11011.12, Block 124 ............ Riley King: _._......_.._.._.._. 6.80 PRESERVES-GRAPE JAM-APPLE & SMALL
Lots 6-6. Block 124 ..._.._................. D. K. & Doris M. McLeod 39.35 GRAPE JELLY.
Lots "-8, Block 129 .._..........?..?... John II Jr. & Bulah Mae
Allen ......'_...""......__.__... 4 30 (MIX OR MATCH) EGGS '
Stt Block 129 ........ Willie & nOlle Jlymon........ 640!
Lot 3, Block ISO ?.M._. :.......?..:::: Willie Mae Benford.... _..... 4.48 !Q. 18 oz. $ Lot 9. Block 130 : _......_.. ........ ._.. John & Kssle Mitchell.._... 4.48 I
Lots 1-2 Block 138.......??...,,._.._.. Herschel C & Peggy King 14.36 ;;JJ TumblersWESSON Doz. $
Lots 11-12. Block 160 Lena Mae nod ers.... _.?_.? 19.98 3 bFROZEN :
Lot 7, Block 161 ..__.?.._._ FInner J. & Elizabeth
........... -........ 1J.70 \
Lot 8, Block 161 __..........._._. Mary ctpi & Louis Nelson
Rosa. Lee & Willie
Hymon ............_._.._.._..?..... 9.85 Oil
Lots 8-9 Bloek 165 ................,........ W. T. &: Willie :May :Moses 4.85 FOODSPixie
Lot 6, Block 16T ......._.........._........... Melvin Washington ........._... 4.48
Lot 2, Block 168 ? ._.. Mary Ktnnec.1y .. JJ.85
NWH Lot 6 and Lot 6,Block 168 Willie MM Jtenford Harris 18.10 24 oz. FROZEN Pkg. of 6
Frac Lot 5, Block 6\61.p\ .. .. Llllle Mae Johnson ......._....... 4.35 37
Frac. Lotfi, Block SE% BottleLimit ICE For
of NE<4 Bk. SO Pg. 70, Sec. 15- TREATS
12-30 ...:..........._.._..__.._..___.._.._ Charlotte Hugglns ...-..... 405 CREAM Z 99@
Lot 7 Frac. Block 261 ._... Unknown. ..._..__...L.._....... 1.38
L ot.?.... Been Home., Inc. ..._....._... 44.56 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Lot 12 Bratoher Estates Sub. Been Homes C Inc. 45.74 Ore Ida. FROZEN 2 lb. Cello Bag
Lots 88-69, Keystone Heights Sub. Clarence L h Ruth'p&'rrisii 2.15
Parcel Tract 6. Bk. 1, fg. 215, Ea.
Block B, Sec. 14-12-30.. ..... .._._ James E & Lillian Oiddens 2.44 FRESH FRENCH FRIES 39C
Block B, Lake Terrace Sub. ___.. Anthony W. & Mildred Kah- PRODUCE -
lert ....__......_...._._..__... 12.83
Lots 1 to 10, Inc., Block C, Lake
Terrace Sub. ..._.._......__ Anthony W. & Mildred Kah- U. S. No. 1OKRA
lert ..........,...........?_.___ 5.68 lb.
Lots 11-12, Block C, Lake Terrace 390 NESCAFE INSTANT
Lotb2-3.4-b-6Block William & Ruth Johnson.... 1.98
: ft.LakeTerrace

Sub. ....?._.._...,.,._...._. Anthony W. & :Mildred Kah-
lert ..._......_-._.._..??_._.. 31.05 U. S. No. 1TOMATOES COFFEE
Lots 1 to K, Inc. except R/W US '1b.
'. No. I, Block J, Lake Terrace Anthony W. & Mildred Kah-
Sub. lert ......._....__.___...... 10.15 290 6 oz.

Lots 6-7-8 Bloek J. Lake Terrace Jar 67 e
SUb. _......_| _.._.....__ r-r..t.T-r-TT.-r Anthony: W. & Mildred Kah- Golden RipeBANANAS
lert ..._.._.'.._.._..___._.. 226.55 lb Limit 1
Lots 1-2-3-9-10\ except R/W TJ8 with $5.00 or more food order
No. 1 of Lots 1.1.3, Block K. 100
Lake Ttrimee Sub. .....-_.._....__ Chlols D. & Marlyn Do kr 6 .90 .
Lot 3, Block 1, Ltoooln Heights ---
:,' SUb, ... -ir-! Jasper & Mary Anderson._ 11.13
; Lots 4-6, Block lLincoln Heights
1.ot'iiit"j."........._.. "._..:..?._. Jasper and Mary An : Lincoln Heights
Sub' ..... '. ._.._. Ed & Luoy 1.ondon._.. 3.53
Lot 2. Bk; k'-3; Lincoln Heights
Sub' "?. ., _. Joe and Ida. Jhru on ...,.... US
Lots 3., TiT Block 3: i1.o.If.
rIO Sub. -' '-.....-.....,..., Willie MM BenfoH..?._..__ '11."
S, Lincoln HeightsSub. ;
'.. ..?_?..-.'? ... ..., L Willie MM .... ..__ LeG [.I. 11''] Ii
Lot 6. BlocU I, Llicoln Heights ; U
$uD. ".- i i Willie MM ".' ",-. LWWI11U HI
Lot 10. Block I. Lincoln Heights
I Sub. ,' MM & Berth ....
ford BB
,; 9. Block 4, Lincoln Heights
Gladys Mill ....__ ....
h looE !ne3 ..iss I .

t 89 Block C. 11 11 .. J=i a.. -=:twMtJta OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 43.3 .

J If( F MI C. ....... -City.. ...Tax- _Cot-lector City of BvniMll, PtorttaCollator fttOO a....-1 .00 ..... u.s. Ne. 1 auMftieu.

Mlns, Nancy C. Rodgers City Tax: : City of Bunnell. FtorM Quantity R...... ReHrved 'Price Good May 18, 10, 20, 21 and U, 1M7


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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. 'MAY 13. 19G7 SH 1St Lots 11-12 Clerk 11,mon. Willie ..... MS tuatmiROY'S

.___ .. t.n
--..-. Lot 2 Block White. Bam ?.. w.
Lot I Block ISO.__ :Mitchell John & Beds 30.U STEAM CLEANING SERVICE
Jones Rooav.U A Cora. .
Lot 10 Block ISO-
NOTICE OF TAX SALE Lot 4 Block ISO- Davle Beauty ft Oris- 6.41Landon MOBILE HOMES
by Georgia TILE ROOFS aad SIDING
Notice la hereby given ,that on the lat day of June, 11(7. at 18 o'clock Lot S Block ISO_ Ed ft Lucy 14.14 Gawraatecd te Kill Mildew

noon, at the Flagler County Courthouse at Bunnell County of Flakier, NEH Lots 6-6 Block Jenkins, Johnson _of 8.13 AIR CONDITIONERS
State of Florida tax Bale certificates will be aold on the followingdescribed ISO _
land to pay the amount due for taxea herein let opposite SWH Lots (-( Block Nelson Beatrice _.__.. 1.41 CARPENTER sad PAINTING
the lame together with all costs of such sale and advertising.. 110 "3 CALL AFTER eiOO P.M.
DALE B. BROWN. JR.. Tax Collector Flagler County. Florida NBH Block"Lots 1S1 _1" Jenkins Idella 1.50 MR. R. BOND Flogler Beach

S T' R Ac. .l, Part of Lot 4 Deed Phone 439-2275 P.O. Box 794
Book 34 Page 140>>
That part of NWH, Block 1S7 _.____ Jones. Co 10. 2.16 -
of NEH &: NEH Lots 1.2 Block 138_( King, H. C. &: Peggy 11.12
... l.OJ
NW' H North of Lots 11-12 Block 1(0( Rodgers Lena Mae
RR _.._ ._?_.. ... 20 10 28 28 Tilton W. F. 23.33 NEW Of Book 26 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
TU ton. W. F. ft Evelyn 42 Part of
1 SO .. .,, .....,.._. 11.03 Page
KV4 of NEU-,_ 20 10 33 M. Lot 4 &: the NE 56' .3J TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
That part North of of Lots &-, Blk.161 Hill W. H. & Carrie COUNTY. FLORIDA
RR ft: that part of Lot S Block 161. ...i. Nelson, Louis, et al __ 3.71 CIVIL ACTION NO. eY 1S-iRALPH
_. .. 1.03
WHVof NW34 Lots 8-9 Block 1(5. Moses W. T. _- -" R. BUTTON,
South of RR.-- 21 .10 28 SSO Tilton. W. F. ft: Evelyn Lot 13 Block 1 It- Rodgers James ft PurIty PlaintiffKARIN
.,. 1.114
M. __ II.IS .I .r. ,
All -... 22 10 23 640 Tilton, W. F. &: Evelyn Lot 5 Block 1(7_ Washington Melvin _.. 10.32. R SUTTON. ..t.
M. 1_ 332.81 Lot 6 Block 1(7..... Hall, MaryMary ?::11 is: bei Hansen *
All ...__._ 23 10 28 (43 Tllton, W. F. ft Evelyn Lot S Block 168 i e __.. 1 Berlin-(lAlbrechtatr.
.. ... 1_ GUt Llllie Mae ftHugglns 123
Johnson, Germany
Tlff ? Lot 5.Block 1(9...;.... \I
All ____?. ..._. 24 10.; 23 (2( W. F..Evelyn Cbarlle 1.11 Defendant
'v M. l 405.54 'Frac! Lot 6 Block 1(9 Charlotte 1.09 NOTICE TO DEFEND

All that portion BHATCIIISH ESTATlCSLots ... 2S2.(7 TilE OF TO
North of FEC 11-13 Been Homes-Inc. STATE FLORIDA, :
Railway *._ 26 10 28 400 Tllton. W, W. Et Al 49.30 East 250 of Tract 11 KARIN H. SUTTON
Part Lying1 North of 12 SO 1.71 Decker, Chlola D. ft You are hereby notified thata
___ 11
Block A
8WV of Marlyn ..... suit has been filed againstyou
:NJ% ................ n 10 II 141 Tilton W. F. Evelyn Part Tract in the above entitled cause;
M. _' '_ 52.1.SWJ,4 okof19 Page 511. .f 1 -W and you are hereby required to

A W}' of SEV4 30 10 28 240 TiltonMM.. ,., kt. Evelyn UU3 Block c........_. 11\ 1330. .25 Wllllama Sam ft Carrie 2.2411.'IS file this your culrerlLJt to the serve Clerkof a
Part of Tract 3 ORBook '
r thereof the plaintiff
of NW% A W4 copy upon
Eli .
3 Page 221
of NE's, 11 10.'.28 110 Tilton W. F. Evelyn Block B -. .J.* 20'0,45$ Bratcher. Gertrude w. 39.37 or name plaintiff's and address attorney is: whose

W34 ?._..__.__._ at 10 ZI 100 Tlto: :"w7 Eve U1.9 Part 52 Page of Tract 111 3 Blk Book D 11 12 SO 0.17 Cox, Nadean __ 1.64 260 CHARLES North Rldgewood J. LUKE.Avenue II'

M. 119.12 .
Part of Tract 8 Blk.
Beach Floridanot

ENWf _Except- W..OR-of... U 11 28, 20 Tilton. W. F. _.._" ._II I lUI J B 525 OR..Book_.._15.......Pg..... 12 12 30 0.46 Durrance Irene .,. .t Omega,..- .....&. 2.88 19(7. later n than May 25. A.D.,
All Frac.
Book 8E PateE469 21 12 28 11.11 Ward Jake P. ___ UUSNIi Part of Tract 15 Blk '" ,J I' ., \I I If you confesso fall to will do be so, entered decreepro
&: : : B Book 45 Page
of BW'4 .___.. 2 11 n 110 Tllto'h S. '''J. Land, A 813.10' 272 _._._.._.?_......_ 14 ,'1J 80 0.21 Bryant James' __, %.15 against In you the for bill the of complaintThe relief demanded

NE ....__....__... 1 12 29 110 Tlfroo.J.IA d+& Partof Tract 81B .t 4 nature of said suit being for-
i Cattle Co. ..,,,."---.?. 181.1. ? ? .BO.k.i...5: 14 '12 SO 0.12 Glddens, James E.'_.. B.38 divorce.WITNESS my hand and seal
NW% Except South r1tE..T: i t C SUBDIVISION of said Court this 24th, day of ,:{
29 US Bertha./Re T. ____ 181.19 A
11 Acres of BE'4 t 12 Lots 11-12 Block C Johnson William D April 19(7. '
wN4" of W34 of SW Ruth --.-?-,-- 5.13 tiJ i" 'I
)i ____ 4 11 29 10 'Bertha Robert T. ...__ 17UO Lots 1-2.3-4.5.8-7.8 Clerk of said Circuit Court
Part of SE" of Ex. It/W US Hwy. (Official,
SWV R Book 2.: 1 Block J..._.._._? ..Kahlert. Anthony W. 4113.18 By Seal lce :Murray :
Page ,..... 5.12 29: 1.097 Bertha, Robert J an- Lots 1.2-3-.10 Ex. Deputy Clerk. '
cite B. ._._ sa.'lI
? US Hwy 1
E of E14 of E%?_ 10 12 J9 10 Tilton Samuel EU8Ia 183.12E Blk R/W K ...._.__ ", ., .. Decker Chlole &: },IarIyn April 27-May 4-U.U-Uo.
Except Book 2S 'b..' ..._ __.__ lTI.IOLINCOIN y
Page 216 ..__?.__ 11 12 'It 315 Tilton, S. J. Land &: IIRlGlITS LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT >
Cattle Co. __ 1IU9 Lots ..5 Block 1.._. A Anderson Jasper Ir:
All ..._--_._? 12 it 112 Tilton S. J' Land & Mary _._.__.__ 1.119 IN TILE COUNTY JUDGES
.12. A
Cattle Co. _._ _.?. 263.93Tract Lot 5 Block I _._.. Baker, Wallie .?-.-.. 1.71 COURT IN AND FOR FLAG.
1 Block u 20. U n n Knapp, George iri1.i ". U9 Lot 2 Block 3..._.... .: \ John.onJoe Ida ._ 2.112 LER COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN .
Tract Block = 24. Peterson, C. It. Lot Block 4...__ I.i Mills Gladys\ ?.--. 1.71 rnODATBN
M. _-__._ 10.12 Lots 7-8 Block 4._ Bass. Willie ClIde 1.05 .. 823
AU Block 11 _._.__. 21. 11 U 40 King Herschel C. A 8 Block 4.... .... : Brown Sam :Mal'nie .80 IN RE: Estate ofTHEODORE
?? '
.' .Peggy __.. .. .. 98.07 Lot II Block 8.?__ '. Butler, Missy ... .78 H. WEBER,
Lot 38 Vlock 15 St I' I' r Jones, Mackey"Sarah ,97CARVER Deceased.
,' ,, Lot 4 o I
Johns Park Addl 't I' ;" 1rI'Uon SUBDIVISION
30 .12 It Davidson 2.U Lots 11.13-14 flock
Tracts 1-1-3 Block ... 1 .. .. .. .. Underwood. Robert Sc AND APPLICATION FOR
IS 11 21 4It ''King. If. C; '&: Peggy?,. 149.11 ? -- Willie Mae ? .. .?. Ut DISCHARGE
'I'relhl: :dl Wi: I I Lots 7.. Block 1.. Johnson, Isaac &: VIola 1.01 All persona are hereby notified
Road R1W Block 2 i i I 4 FLAGLER VISTA! SUBDIVISION that the undersigned aa executrix -
Except Road R/W Lots 4.5-11-11...__.. Bankowskl, Calimler L 44,79 of said estate has completed
&:, All Block 7.... as 11 U 100 Ramsey H. 1. A Gertrude Part of Tract J7 OR the administration I thereof
_._"""-- ". 111.10 Book 14 Page .5& and haa filed In said court
Tract 2 mock 10.... U, 12 29 10 Thornton, J. W. .22 Block C _.._......._ 15 11 SO 1.0 Wimberly, James n. 7.17 her final report and applicationfor
Tract I Block 15.L 11 29 20 Nott, n. W. VerUe 10.21 B1J'NNELL JlOMESITES discharge Objections thereto -
Tract 1 Block 11._ I' 12 28 20 Nott, n. W. Vertle _.. 10.22 Lots n.u Block 1 Malor. Charlie --.- I.U If any should be duly filed.
Lots 14.23-13. W Block 4...... OOd Joe & After filing proof of publication
14 Lot, 24 -. .._ 37 IS 29 as Kendall John .>.. .'.-.. A.|1 Lot Annie.r.: ...,...,.. 8.61BUNNELL showing this notice haa been
SEH \._........._.r.Z ...... 33 13 29 1(0 Thlgpln Winifred ft GARDENS SUBDIVISION published once a week for four
Jones, Nellie __._._ 108.15 Lots 6.6 Block 1 ..? Casey Anna M. ____ 4.30 consecutive approval :1ed( report matterof and

CIiES-MON-ACK SUBDIVISION Tract 1 N1,4 Tract 12 of distribution of
the ordering
Lot I Block 1_ Pler.on Peter n. N" Tract 30... said estate will come before the
Lindstrom tiV' n. 4." Part of Tract I East 'i .... ... 2US
Phil J. .... court.
SO Morin
... 23 Ie -
NEJ,4, of SWI4 Ex- of Ro Block A.? 813 First Publication on: April 27th.
cept Book U. TOWN DUPONT \
Page 182 4 SE'4SE '. Lots 1-4-5-7-8-1.10 .,' (Florence E. Schwenk

SW"ofNW'4...... "Bw'T--:11..0.11..;..1Or: l0 i ":I 7).)-O'Bfxone' T. F. 1"1 A Yap".... .. ..It.51- 11 Woe 1 Block RIW 47 ofU9 .. "" ...i.1 Bratcbet!, Carl t ha.r- Aa Executrix of said estate
'I lotto- .. :April 17-May 4.11-U-4to.
of NW'4 &: BW nv .....:.:. :..
: .... Marion, Phil J. -
.. 'SUI _. _
of NEV ___ 11 1010 UO Jarvis, Eugene ? Lot 7 Block 14 Phil J. I.U
N of NW _- 11 10 10 40 O'Byrne T. F. A Mary 19,70Nof Lots 10.11 Block U Marion Marlon Phil J. __ 1.11 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT,

8E W "dW54ofW4ofNW Tract Lots .10 5 Block Block C..lU._... 27 13 10 10 Ackley 1L R. ---..- 1,22 IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF

Tract 6 & N33U Tract D. C. A lIelen 14.17 FLAGLBR COUNTY FLORIDA
4 Block D._._ ._.. a IS 10 10 I3ettison CIVIL ACTION NO. 43
___ 17 11 10 170 King. 1l. C. &: Peggy_ 114.11 N% of N% SEy4BE'44
4 of SE'/ tO U 10 10 Hull Ollie. ._,_,_'_.'."_ 25.03 VEDA O. GRATBILL '
N% of NEy4 ___ 26 11 ao 80 O'Dyrne. T. F. "Mary as." NEJ4.! U Plaintiff

DAXLEYI1J'DDIVl510N BOp"tf Page 618 10 at 10 Tyne, J. J. ____? 'I.U
Lots 11.30 Baxley CatherIne __ 1.14 Lot 4 .... 8/17 ROBERT L. ORAYBiLL,
Lot 10 ......, Faustlni '
UnIted Bonding Inlur- 17 Block 1_ 7.01 ROANOKE.
Lot 11 ... ., He'IIDger, VIRGINIADefendant
? ?"-- ance Co. 48.21 Lot U Block I....... Kennard A. J, _4 11.41
I Lot Thomas Pearl Lee .-,.. IIn Lot 11 Block 7..._.. NOTICE TO DEFEND
Lot 52-- l eaeer. :Jack & Jannle : One.tThird Undlvld-, TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

Lot 17 ,..:,.-....... Brown. Willie Jr. ....- 25.17 ed Interest In Govt ROBERT L. GRAYBILL .

Lot 27 ..?..?--.r.- McCall Parnell WIllie Lots Road TwgThirdsExo R/W.,. 28 10 31 40.7& Adler Charle.-. ..... 169.89 You are hereby notified thata
Mae ...__..._.? 4U3 suit has been filed against

Part of NWl4. of NEt ,"" All 6.7.6 Frac ..Govt...._...:Lots? ?. 83 10 S1 lU Estates G. G,. Inc.1280,61DUPONT you in the above entitled cause;
'4 OR Book 8.-F%. r2b2 and you are hereby required tofile
... .',....-... ,11 11 20 1.0t Brown F. E. Ruby a.48 16 Page ESTATESBook ZU 37/11 10 31 0.90 Ber er. C. R. .?.._..?.._ 11.13Lot your t tera.ridlo the Clerkof

I KNOX JONES Sl1DDIVISIOl'f' 25 ..._......_.._... 17118 10 31 1.0' MarIne Realty Co. ._. 702.61RESUB this serve a
6-7 Block Braddock: J. x.. ..?........ 1.0& ESTATES copy thereof upon the plaintiffor
Lots C-r-" Favors Hugh .__... ., DU"ON'1' 19.8& Johnson Land plaintiffs attorney whose
11 IIoward
Lot Block UU U.ZI _._... aT/II 10
Lot = Block m::::: Wilson: Z. W. & Rosa : Tracts Co. ..".._.._.__ 261.92 name and address Is:
Lot 7 Block E___ Giddens Florence -. 5.10 Book sa Page ......... 40 10 at U.13 Davis:W.: L. &: Ave & CHARLES J. LUKE. II
Lot 9 Block E __ Jackson. Willie 29.99 Grant Jlamllton __ 108.15 260 North Rldgewood Avenue
Lot 11 Block E_... Oriddiek Alma & Green. Book sa Pave 129 .... 40 U 11 5.77 Johnson M. L. Jr.45.28 Daytona Beach May Floridanot
Luvonla( _._.. 4.0& TO JOHNSON BEACH later than 25 A.D.,
Block F._ Thomas Richard J. _. 4.10 FIRST ADDITION.... .. Cook Flecher :M VirginIa. 1167.
Lot I ........... Lot 12 Block 10 ? If fall to do so, default will
Lot 14 Block F_.... Jones Esther ? ? .15 .___.___.. 5.119 you

Part of NEH 8 Page of NBUBook 222 31 11 SO 1 Cooler, Paul ?_.._...?..?. 161,35 Lot Lot \ Block Block IIi"::::: g tr.onJ Irene W:'& 4.11 be relief entered demanded against In you the for lt of

Part of Tract 2 Ruby A. ___.?_..__. 1.41. complaint The nature of said
suit being for divorce.
Block 11 & Part of 28 A I : ;
Book sa Page
WITNESS hand and seal
.. .. my
al 0.14 Peterson Ruby 18.69Or
12 40 10
Tract l'Block OR Book 2 Pa' 18 -
of said Court this 24th day of
10 81 0.11 Vermeulan 8. n. "
of RJW USHwy. U3' 40
West Book 9 Page
1_..._..... _._ 3 12 10 I.S King C. B. --.__ 112.19 Evelyn ?.____. 9.72Book April A.GEORGE D 15. MOODY
4 12 10 a.J6 Cy Vernon et al_ a.u
4U "
OR Book I Page fther. sa Page 102 Court
.. 10 110 T un' Clerk of said Circuit
1-4-11-6 .__ 7
Blocks 1,2 Jt ieS6o.J. OR Book
SUI 699 ....... .. ..:.. 40 10 11 IU2 Townsend, n. 11. ALII- (Official Seal
All Block 11 ....;__.. 7 U 10 40 Tift.... S. J. Land k ? ? ? Han ??...__.__ '37.41OR By Clerk.Murray
Cattle Co. II.U Deputy
? -17 Page
Tracts 1.% Block 12 7 12 10 10 TIlten\ 8. J. und 6-01 Book.._._.._..._ 40 10 11 0.11 D Edna George WOo A April 27-May 41118. 4to
the Co. 10.23 L. -- 10.117
13 7 U ao 40 TI 8. J. Land Oil
An Block Book 14 Pages
Cattle Co. ._ .. 15.0& 79-11 .?_______ 40 10 31 0.18 I1ilt''ei rii lle J. & LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Tract 2 Block 14_ 7 12' 10 10 Tittle8J'.. lAnd &: h lUT IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF

:::::::= IU: Or Book 8 Pages FKAGLRIl COUNTY FLORIDA
Trait 2 Block 5_ t 11 10 10 Mori,, Helen UZ.IIU ..._._..__ 40 io 21 0." I1ruJ beth B. .L& 111118.- IIt.Ol CIVIL ACTION NO. 43
Wrley C. P. ft Mjirce MAGNOLIA MANOR ECKARDPlaintiff
10.11 Block 66
lots i t i:13: ', > :4t"obe. .._ IIMJ..II. 1.73 Lot 4 .. .._...?.?-?... GriffIn, Walter P. 1.41
yn 6.0.Smith. Parts of Lots '.a OR 'Hald&Delorel 214.154 14lf Wth 1'1t 'T, N. BT
Lota .& Henry ft; flUtileGlddens. 1.04 Aek6 age Schata HICKORY, N. C.
Lot 1/ Block6th. .. l'fL ant
westerly W' afit 69 James ft Ul- & NOTICE TO DEFj
Bin ._ _. 2.28 i1 -
The Northwaate/Iy !. :. PAUL CORNE0LIOUb D
BfiJek A n _.... You are hereby not d that
10 '
..._._..._ Ulr. f, .
J: r..I a.c pa. '.', a suit has been ftlea. against
= 8. ft Mitch '
__.__. 1:4!I ,' Bo1J4t'M.
,. ;
Lot B I _. .. ,','., D. .. 160.30 you In the above entitled ajawae;
J _. I.U1J eD. u. \
Let.10 1. I .. and you are hereby re tr l to
L0U 11-13 1 & It.n LoJ.t 7 1U.JJ file your answer with the Qterkof

i U 6-t BtooNH M eLota t _. U'hMe P:: 1ft...., : 31 ft Mite- >Uklaj thereof Court upon and the to platattffor serve aT

Lob I"I Irlwevrfcnat __.__ 1M Lot I Block 9 _- plilajiff* attorney, wfceeeAawfl

NH Lots 1-3 BtoekiSSrgTTBilE ) Iisrosrs _..._ ..n Let 34 Block S _. It SSIS6.6S: 2

e* .. All ]Frac.._*,....-.... 14 It. t Dayot aa 1

I _..-.....- MutTet ..R ebseet..& .... rt.of .Jr-Of"* sot labr than y 86. AIL.,

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claiming by, through under or
FOIl a/k/a Tablthas a Pierce a/k/a
Notice Is hereby given that PICNIC SATURDAY Tabltha Pierce Harris Indlvdu-
the Board of County Commissioners ally and the the Admlnlstiatrlxwith
Continued from Page 3 of Flagler County willreceive The Haw Creek CommunityClub the annexed of the
r sealed bids until 9:00 annual Estate of riB. Pierce, deceased,
I Part of Sec. 22 Westof A.M.. June 6, 1967. In the officeof will have their and George Harris, her husband:
Old Canal SiEast the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn May picnic Saturday after JOSEPH EXA
of New Ca- the Flagler County Courthouse 5 In IRENE Irene
22 11 31 48.18 Bert Fish Test Trust nut Bunnell. Florida, for: noon beginning at p. m.. Pierce, his wife, {if alive and if
''pt..of Govt Lot' One Dump Truck meeting thefollowing the Community Building. dead the unknown spouses,

West of Old Canal specifications: All residents of the corn- heirs devisees, legatees, trustees -
2-ton Cab and
ft East of New One new 1967 creditors or grantees, or
Canal ._____ 23 11 31 '.11 Bert Fish Test Trust 61.83 Challl. munlity are Invited to attend any and all her parties
133" Wheel Base.
Approximately corporations claiming by,
SEA SIDE MANOR "I Minimum 825 cubic Inch V-8 en and bring a covered dish. or under or against the
Lot 8. ... ..... Smoot. Evelyn K. ft
i gine. and Exa
... said Joseph M. Pierce
t Hoi, Harry A.--.-.;. 118.19. 5,000 Ibs. Front Axle. a/k/a Irene Pierce
Part of Oovt. Lot 1 ADVERTISEMENTIN Irene
15,000 Ibs 2 speed Rear Axle. LEGAL his wife
Book 39 Page 84 4 Speed Transmission. ;
Book 64 Page Vacuum :Booster Brakes. TILE COUNTY JUDGE'S EXA IRENE PIERCE HAR'rIfktilftTn -
fric Exe. Book 64 Approximately 11,000 Ibs. combined COURT FLAGLER COUNTY, MAN, : Hartman, and
,Page 381 26 11 SI 5.63 Barnard Jesse M. ft FLORIDA her hus
0 Nadine ...... ............. 145.83 6-8.25 x Rear 20 Springs.10 ply tube type Probate No. 841 band. If alive and If dead, the
South 1% Acres of first-line tires on 6.0 rims. IN RE: Estate of unknown spouses heirs devisees
Lot 10 Except OR Equipped with Spare Wheel. Ella Rebecca Dilger, legatees trustees, creditorsor
Book 12 Page 14 26 11 31 1.0 Varn. Claude O. ft rear view mirrors en both Deceased. grantees, or any and all other
Mary Belle JU'Lot sides, turn signals and oil fil NOTICE: TO CREDITORSTO persona, parties or corporations
South 1% Acres of ter. : All Creditors and all claiming by. through under or
10 __ 26 11 SI 1.50 Great, Charles E. ft Also equipped with D-40 Marion persons having claims or demands against the said Exa Irene
Wadiworth W. L., Estate. Pierce Hartman a/k/a Irene
..._ .. ..... ...' 41.16 or equivalent 4 cubic yard against said
Trustees water level Contractor type YOU, and each of you. are Hartman and Ernest Hartman,
Part of Govt. Lot 7 Dump Body half-round Cab hereby Notified and required to her husband;
Not Included In Protector and 7 Inch doublearm present any claims and demands GEORGE DANIEL FIERCE If
Sunrise Beach Sub ", .' Hoist. which you h may alive and If dead the unknown
Book 46 Page 812Sffiti'T' Price to be FOB Bunnell. Indicating have a iut" r.ftlOouiRebecca Ella spouse heirs devisees, legatees,
dellverydate. creditors or grantees,
approximate Dllger. sometimesknown trustees,
SIV Minnie
85 11 8.77 England. -,.-'.-\' 28.02 as Rebecca Dilger. de? or any and all other persons.

1 SUNRISR BEACH The Board reserves the rightto ceased late of Flagler County, parties or corporations claimingby.
Lot 3 Block 9_ England. Minnie S.S4 reject any and all bids. Florida to the Honorable County through under or againstthe
SUBDIVISION "4. at unnell. Florida, this Judge of Flagler County, said George Daniel Pierce
I. of May, 1967. Florida, at the County Court JOSEPH D. PIERCE a/k/a
Blocks 1-3 Exo Lota4S67891011 ,,' LOUIS *L STEFLIIC Bunnell. CICO Joseph Daniel Pierce and JUNER.

Block 3_- Peter.on RI D. 172.24 Chairman ountyComml'llonen ru.eFl r within six (6) PIERCE, his wile. If alive
12 of the and If dead the unknown spouses -
i of Flagler months from the date
Lots 5 thru IS Block Ex County, Florida. first publication of this Notice. heirs devisees, legatees,
R/W A-l-A ? Laing John Sc Margaret ATTEST: Each claim or demand must trustees, creditors or grantees,
I o __ -.- UI.11 GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk be in writing and must state or any and all other persons
Lots 1-3-23-S4 Blk. 8 Peterson, R. D. 1I.n May 11-tS-2Tc_ the place of residence, and post- parties or corporations claiming
Intl'lock office address of the claimantand by. through under or againstthe

8 to, 20...__.... ',. I LainI'. John Ie Har- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN must be sworn to by the said Joseph D. Pierce a/k/a
and JuneR.
aid his Daniel Pierce
4 beret 77.70 Joseph ,
ft 17 ,, 1' TilE CIRCUIT COURT FOR attorney,mo"rnt Tlla become. voidaccording Pierce, his wife.
Lots 4 thru 8 *' 45.10 FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. to, Law. JOSEPH V. PIERCE, a/k/a JohnV.
Thru 21 Block 9-.. I.t: on.toD'M f: LYNN
,, Each creditor shall deliver Pierce and EDNA
Blocks 11-12-13-14 : .1 garet __ 22.45 Civil Aetlen Ne. M sufficient copies of his claim to PIERCE his wife, if alive and
LELAND ROBBS .. enable the County Judge to mall if dead the unknown spouses
PETERSON'S SUBDIVISION Plaintiff. one to each personal represent heirs, devisees, legatees, trustees ;
20'I' R Ae. ative. creditors or grantees, or
Lots 6 10 Thru Peterson, R. D. ...-...-...-, 64.54 Dated the 6th day of May, any, and all other persons, parties -
Block DefendantNOTICE
1947. or corporations claiming by,
Lots 1-2-S-22-2S-I4 S7.60Stevens TO DEFEND (Clinton Eugene Lewis through under or against the
Block > ___-_.._ Peterson, R. D. To: Clinton Eugene sail V. Pierce 'a/k/a
COCHRAN PKACR SUBDIVISION R. ft Merle 29.70 GLORIA ROBBS Executor of the :tI\vM John Joseph and Edna Lynn
Lou 1-2-3 Block 8 I .. 207 Elm Street and Testament and Administrator Pierce his W1e'WILSON
NW!4 of NW 3A E ., Ithaca. New YorkYOU of the Estate! A. KNOTT and SANDRA
iii of SWIM of NW J" IExa. I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of Ella Rebecca\ Pllger, M. KNOT his wife If
Part Indud.dlnMSA- that a Complaint for DIvorce deceased. alive and If the unknown
," has been filed against you First publication on: May llth i4&h ra'le e legatees -
lilT ft Bxc. the J by LELAND ROBBS. and you 1967. trustees, creditors or grantees -
South 1170' ft Part \ '. are hereby notified and requiredto May, 11-1I.25-1\1ne 1, 1967 or any and all other persons -
of Daytona Ave. I ;I file your answer or pleading parties or --corporationsclaiming
aa Shown in Peterson to said Complaint In the Office LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN by, under or

Sub .__-...., 1. IS SI 31.65 Lalng. ,John.....-. Ie' Margaret .".;... 87.35 of the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn against the said Wilson A. Knottand
and for Flagler County, Florida TILE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH Sandra M. Knott. his wife:
1. Part of EU of 8W at his office In the CourtHouse JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ROBERT B. EVANS and "
\ 1M of NW,,4 Book John ft Mar- Bunnell.. Florida and AND FOR ?LAGLER COUNTY, -EVANS, his wife If alive
i 84 Page 347 1 12 81 4.0 Lalng s.ret.IS to serve a copy of such answeror FLORIDA. and; if dead,' the unknown spouses

pleading upon WILLIAM W. CHANCERY NO. B430. heirs, devisees, legatees, trustees -
MODEL LAND COMPANY SUB 23.11 JUDGE. Plaintiffs attorney MARGUERITE P. BARROWSand creditors or grantees, or
;. Lot 5 Block 1.........., I Northrlp, C. M.H. __ 5.15 herein whose address is 115 GEORGE A. BARROWS, any and all other persons, parties -
Tract 8 Block A..._- e II SIWHISPRHINO 10 Schmlta. M, South Palmetto Avenue. DaytonaBeach her husband or corporations claiming by.
A N" Tract 1 A AU Florida before the Plaintiffs
H. 6.91 through under or against the
Tract I Block n.... 4 11' 11 IS Schmlts, Michael' 29th day of a.n l.r D. 1967. as ..v.. said Robert B. Evans and

PINES SUBDIVISIONLot L. ft RuthPowers .90 required by the Law of Florida JOSEPH D. PIERCE, a/k/a J. D. -Evan., his wife:
, ( Block 3- .Ward. XL J. R. ......... 1488 and the Florida Rules of Pierce and -.i .- Pierce, his And any and all other personsor
Lots 4-1 Block 4_.. Civil Procedure.\ IF YOU FAIL wife if alive and If dead the parties having or claiming to
part of 8% Tract 4 TO DO SO A DECREE PRO unknown .pou..., heirs devisees have any right title or Interest
Book 4( Page 224 CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED legatees trustees, creditors ,In the property herein described,
Exe Road R/W 22.75 AGAINST YOU FOR THE ''or grantees, or any and all other situate, lying and being In Flag
Block 15 ._..*..-**._ 11 11 11 1." Dow Josephine --- RELIEF DEMAIYPIIlD; IN SAID persons, parties or corporations ler County Florida, or any part
Part of 8% Tract 4 COMPLAINT, claiming by. through, under or thereof to-wit: Lots 8, 4 and 5
Book 4. Page 201 The Flagler Tribune ts hereby against the said Joseph D of'Section 33. Township 10 South
:Except: BOOK (8 designated as the newspaper In Pierce a/k/a. J. p. Pierce, and Range 31 East of the Tallahassee -
Page 454 Blk. D 11 IS SI 0.64 Mlsslnne Emile G._ 11.30 which this Notice shall be published -- --Pleree: his wife; Meridian Florida, containing

f Part of NVi Tract 10 once a week for four consecutive TABITHA PIERCE a/k/a Tabl- 131 and 14/100 acres, accordingto
Book 46 Page 209 weeks.WITNESS thas a Pierce, a/k/a Tabitha the official plat of the survey -
Block P.Ln .?- 11 11. 31 0.28 Mlsslnne. Alvin R. 8.77 rny hand and seal of Pierce Harris Indlvdually and land returned to
Part N% Tract 10 Office at Bunnell. er Coun28th as the Administratrix with theWill the Genera Land Office by the
Book .. PO 215., ty. Florida, this day of .annexed of the Estate of Surveyor-General.
I31k ,,. s. '11 *, !1\11 U8lf' Mlsslnne, ,Ronald'J F_' 8.77 April.A. D; 1967.Official J.' 'R'oEPtHiCiueg Defendants.
BrTct : 'bt
Part 10 I.B1Ie. I. ( Court Seal) ..
Book 46 fa UI GEORGE M. MOODY, If alive, and It. 4ead. the un. NOTICE OF SUIT
D ___ 11 11 at 0.28. Mlsstnne Victoria Anna 8.77 Clerk. Circuit Court known spouses, heirs devisees THE STATE: Or 7LORIDA TO:
Part % -ic tU I Flagler County. Florida legatees, trustees, creditors or Joseph D. Pierce a/k/a J. D.
or 46 PG 877 By: Janice Murray grantees, or any and all other Pierce whose residence Is un-
Bill D ____ 11 IS 31 0.28' Mlsslnne. Debra Jean. May 4-ll-18-2S-4to persons, parties or corporations known;
Part NU Tract 10 Tabltha ceaaT't Tablthas !
Book 46 5)Q211.231k. 8. Pierce
D .._...___ 11 11 81 0.56 Silsslne, Edwin E. 15.73 Lot 3 Block 8 _. Weaver Y. C. ft Qeral- Harris, whose residence .Is un-
Book 49 Page 239 Ex I ', r..,. 12.15 known: George Harris, whose
Book 54 PG 484 Lot 3 Block 9 ,-.,.,? Hord..eS.-n. ft Doris 11.65 residence Is unknown; Joseph M.
Blk DMOODY .... ._.._. l13 31 0.14 Jones Carlton L. -. 7.86 Lot 4 Block 10 _.. Swetman, Gordon ft Pierce whose residence Is unknown -
SUBDIVISIONWest Christine __ 10.32 ; Exa Irene Pierce a/k/a
SO lot 8 ft all Lot 8 Block 18 ->_.. Fergo. James ft Rosa }3.63 .Irene Pierce, a/k/a Era Irene
Lot 10 Block | _-, Woods, Hilda, Adm Estate Lot 28 Block II _. Johnson A. W. ft Joyce 4.14 Pierce Hartman a/k/a Irene
of Elsie M. Graham 6716 Lots 6-7 Block 16 ... M. B. Construction Co. 14.90 Hartman whose residence Is

Lots 4-5 Block 6 Peterson_R.D. ............. 88.JlSosebee. Block Block 17 32 thru....X-JM='26 ..ft M Wood. Bdmond L., Alexander Hartman City whose Alabama residence; Ernest Is

Lots '-10 Block 6 -.. Pratt J7189Wlckllne. Trustee ...__..__... 637.03 Alexander City; Alabama; George
; Block 10 George Daniel Pierce whose rest-
Block K : Whltaker.Oorulle, A..Isabella C. ... ._..-. unN 32 Block 1 Anderson Lillian -..__ 10.41 dance \t unknown Pierce.
Block 1 : R. Pierce, John V. ,
'Lot 38 Block I ...._ Horton, E. & Elizabeth a/k/a
4 Lot 15 ft all Lot ft Mary 11.44Wlllces. _- _..._ '.07 whese residence is 64 Clover-
16 Block 23 E4= H. L. ..._.......-. 15569Wlckllne. ATLANTIC REACH SUBDIVISION, dale Road Edna Lynn Tuscaloosa Pierce, whose Alabama
Lot 3 Block .. ._ 3986West. ;

Lots Lots 1-2 1-3 Block Block 32 39 __ Violet. George 1 JO.83Whltaker Lois_14.16-16__Block.__ Bertorelll, Dr. E. A. A residence Tuscaloosa Is, Alabama Cloverdale: Robert Road B.
14.26 Clara F. __
Isabella _. 109.02
I. Evans whose residence Is 984
Lot 4 Block 50 Wlckllne O.E. ft Ethel 16.32 Lots 1516 Block 2 Counts, Howard B. ft
Lake Shore
Road Grosse Point.
Block 51 '
I Lot I .. .
Virgil 26.49 79.10
& Irma ,,,,
Lot 6 Block 61 ??,?r- Michigan; Jane Evans, whose
Lets 16 thru 20 residence Is 984 Lake Shore
Lots 9-10 Block Harbor 85 '." Block 4 ..._.........,... Flagler Co. Der. Corp. 133.35 Road. Grosse Point. Michigan
Eerier Gray, J. F. ft Beryl-. 65.15 Lots 21 thru 24 and the unknown heirs:
gub ? _. ... Ziegler Co. Dev. Corp. 67.59 spouses
Pare 826 Block 4 __ devisees legatees, trustees,
OUolrJl Deese, D. M. ft Mary... 20.66 The South 15 of Lot
3 ...... 12 IS 31 creditors or grantees, or any
, t of OR Book 1, 21 ft all Lots and all other persons,. parties or
Page (9 Lots 12- 22-23 & the North corporations claiming by

18-14 Block 1 ...__ 12 U.l 0.66 Mlsslnne, Charles J._ 149.18 11' of Lot 24 exe: ., through. under ,or against said
R/W of A-1-A
OR Book 1 Page 348 Murray, M. W. ,_.,.,"192.17 defendants
Lot 1 Block 1 ...... 11 13 31 0.30 Peterson, Dean ft Etta 117.45 Block 5 __ You are hereby notified thata
South 38' of Lot 24 ft
VENICE PARK SUBDIVISIONLot suit was Instituted against you
Block 68 Osteen. William K. ft all Lots 25-26-27- 1' 0 In the Circuit Court. Flagler
32 Lynn 1. ..._.-.. 19.49 28 Block 5 ..' ,' Flagler Co. Per. Corps. 168.34 .County, Florida, Chancery No.54SO.
Lot S3 Block 70( _... Moody. George 94.71 Lots 16 thru 20 .' by MARGUERITE P. BARROWS ;
Lot 32 Block 70 Moody. L. C. ft Daisy 14S.S4 Block ..,.>.?_ Flagler. Co. Der. Corp. 55.40 and GEORGE A. BARROWS
Block 75 Anderson, R. M. ft Carolyn Lots.13-15 ft 21 thru her husband an abbreviated -
r Lot 8 ..__..._.._........__< IUt 26 Block 6 _... -_ Flagler Co. Dev. Corp. 78.66 title of the case being:
Lot S3 Block 75 _. Abbott Jack D. ft Su- Lots 16-17 ex Easterly :. MARGUERITE P. BARROWS,
sana ._...__..____ 80.77 160' of Lot 17 et vlr vs. JOSEPH D. PIERCE
26 Block 77 Slbthorp Edward Sc Blk 8 _.__ Counts, Howard E. ft et ux. et vlr. Defendants.
Lot, -- Anne M. ... -_- 2066 Delores .. ..... 2J.52 You are hereby required to
Lot 84 Block 77_ Taylor. E. V. Gladys 22.76 Lots 18-16-21-22 file your answer with the Clerkof
Lot 27 Block 77 o'' a 01. Horgan, Norma _.__..< 6S.S3 Block 11 _._ Flagler Co. Der. Corp. 18.72 this CQurt, and to serve a
; .
I 6-7 Block Is:: Stanton, Lewis P. ft Lots 16 thru 20- copy thereof upon Plaintiffs attorneys -
Lots Lennls C. ---_.:: 39.18 Block 11 ....._..._ ( Flagler Go. Dev. Corp. 23.63 Parkinson, Sessions
OCEAN CITY' ,SUBDIVISION WARREN PARK B4TATE '. Duffett and Barry whose address -
Book II Page 210 w 11 13 .31 10. Upson R. c. Dorothy. 26.49 Lots 29-30 BlockNB Bodlan! John ....?..,., 3.13 is 120 :East Granada Avenue .
All frac section ex- .Of HU.- af- NE Post Office Box 2tS3 Or-
rapt Book 19 Page % ft NB lOt mond Beach. Florida, not later
224 ft M-S-A 3103 5 of 1D'14' -'o.o.If 18 31 SO Prestige Builders, Inc 1497S3 than the 3rd dato June 1967.
< ft except part j Part of Book f IF YOU SO. DEFAULT
tl southwesterly of 33 8m"IS less JUP&BMHNT WILL BE
South westerly RfW Hwy.No. '
of Canal 1 .___- 11 31 0." Purser C D.- '.11 IDER LIeFADI9MANDBD: IN
Hcla17_.__..-- M 11 11 9 Wood. E. L, Trustee 26.26 ORMOND MANORS SUBDIVISION' '. 'ram COMPLAINT.The

II' Sub "-i" Goetlin;, Mrs B. 3.14 nature of saW suit Is that
5-6-8 exoept 8UNRISB iSpKS BAST OF A-I-A Homestead Aall be deeare4 ed
W BRA-I-A lw M. 1.79 defined by this court and ifce
Lot 11 mo&f
_....... Fruits F. A. *r3+ 414.01 oidHJ. declared ttm wi/er
;;c Upson Cho, i 8UI Lot 3 Block 3 ..- ]iI, -- 1.79 ianifund
88-14 Bloek W 0 ,s y ....._. ewek r, J. C. l.W of v one-fourth interest
2 Bloek 10 ; ,,0: r JIIIIifid 4 80.97 'orl& lI In:
LoJitt kf 34op Lots 3, 4, and 6. of SeettonS3.
: 0 DI UU: t .A.t1.- .4 11 91 Cook, H. T. .____ 11.1 Township 11. Bouts
Ii "ir 2 .. = ,u lof ... of Range 31 Bast of the''I'aUa-
25 ... ; .
-- .. _. 11.1. North: J" I'Ht hassee Meridian,
: Frank C. of Qovt. I Belt containing 131 Md
11 0 Dumas ] K --- .1.1 of A-I-A.._ .. 1.J W.... .eatol\ _...y.5.64 acres according C w
J.rz' lI'10rl4'I
S '1 IaY.: C.S: BUeabetn OOLD ce IVIIRIYJIMI' A M' AI.ALote :SftW\ ;; '
Ii OrlfJln. R. W. _._. U8i' 7 U to
k g'-BIOCk SOiMler Bryce ft JoanneBomer 6.16 Block 1 I JL.Jt. it, Generalr
Lots 1.1-8' .. II. __ Iu.e.or

., T .w It 'j.i'" 4 Ii.." ...... Bdrroad L. Tru- I.oLkll' ,,1 I ] W1tn... tfsalIda.
.... .., I""M
'. tee _._._._.____ 114.1 Ls41sg, ... o qf 00nen.
Il1As' tip' Job ,
e..lMw.".. L. ftIT .. ,a.....:... ti1 b
"oj arll r :.a : L' HI s'Iay
$11 r'rE
.. '
L.t M ... 3 ''Will I9A6 I' or A.... .. \.. 0 (CIrcuit .

t Lot 1. Block .8 ..._ t A. P. ,...-- '4.21: Molls, E. ..... 4.44 4114THE -

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.1. Sermon LUMBER TEAM AHEADIN UP Two BUS students participated OPEN SATURDAY
Weekly ...
.r" in the Class B 4
Cigarette tax collections for Group Tax Collector Dale B.
I\ Her. this month were up comparedto Track meet held in Jacksonville Brown Jr. said today his of.
Oliver F. Pastor
r' Taylor. Wadsworth Lumber Company the amount distributed to May 6. fice will be open Saturday,

.-.1' BunneU Methodist Church team has the lead In the the various municipalities in Henry Bowers, a Junior, May 20, for the sale of auto.
Flagler County last month. placed fourth in the one mile mobile license plates.
I ", THE FIRST AND THE LAST Bunnell Recreation Slow Pitch rim and Ray Krtuz also a Junior The deadline for obtaining
League, with a 2.0 record 'according The Beverage Department fifth in the is
Is placed : 880 license plates Saturday ,
Every person governed by will distribute the following
time to Leslie Pache direc yard. run event, Coach Howard The office will be open from
space, and matter, amounts: Beverly Beach,
Everybody is a part of an out. tor. Other team standings are $14969; Bunnell, 2469.96; Reynolds said today. 8:00: a. m. until 4:30: p. m.Fisherman's .

going process of apparently ,Bunnell Auto Supply 1-1-; Flagler Beach, $1,077.75; Ma.
endless time, yet the Individ First Methodist Church 'of rlneland, $94:48: and Painter ,

ual's' time as man knows it Bunnell:'1-1; ; 'Thrlftway Food Hill, $14.82.Tax \
is'' limited.
very Any person
reading this may not be alive Store ,02.Games collections distributedlast Inn
month totaled 3569.27
tomorrow' or they may live .
many years. scheduled for to. and this month amounted' to T f
night are Thrlftway. Wads. 3806.70, an Increase of 237.
,Our relationship with people worth and Methodist Church. 43., FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE
as we know It now Is very vs Bunnell Auto Supply.: The I '
Important! There are many first game be played at 7:15 YOUR FAVORITE BEER AND_ SNACK ,;

people whom we love,! and and. the second at 8:30. 'I' "
\ 3 95 BAR-PJZZA
some very dearly. However, Foil' '**r
no relationship between 'indi. Tuesday, May 23, the Meth. INTERIOR or EXTERIOR Open 7:30 a. m. Till 7 Closed Monday
odist Church will the ,
viduals can really have a play VINAL LATEX
lasting quality without having Wadsworth team at 7:15: p. m. (Plus TV Stamps) Boats for Rent-Docking & Gas-Phone 439-9211
a relationship with Him and Bunnell. Auto Supply will MARY CARTED PAINT

who Is eternal God not only play 'the 'Thrlftway at 8:30 .,.. MASON AVE. PH. ="TonE-0111
has created, 'but Is also the p. m. DAYTONA c : FLORIDA
author of eternity. Man has

no claim on eternity without

uoa.Every "
person seeking some THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE
thing more than; what is
known today needs to find ROBERT L. HANNAH
themselves In relation to God. 1 1aQU

Therefore', to the individualthe FUNERAL HOMES pv N s
linkage to eternity isfound S
only in Him. "I am the ,. Dedicated to dignity, service and economy. Lowest cost s

Alpha and the Omega, the by"far" in the entire area on any service of your' choice. s 1

first and last, the beginning '
We Invite all
comparison. Serving faiths.
amd the end. Revelation 22:13:


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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber's

.. children gathered at ithelr .
! home, Anderson St, for a
family get together on Moth
er's Day.
Enjoying the occasion were 4 d
? Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Byrd Seville '
; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Yarn, n ., "s
St. Augustine; Mrs. Bernice '+

Barber 'and daughter Anna-
." i
\ belle, Shelton Barber and Mrs. 1
'J. II. McKnight of Bunnell.jf ; \

"Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barber, .1
Montgomery, Ala., and Men
dell Smith,,of Miami. ,
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RATE-4c per word. Minimum t '

charge per Issue $1.00. :
i ,
FOR SALE-1966 Tempest '

Sprint, 2 door sports coupe. to
Pay equity and assume 4
monthly payments of 3200. 4

Still In warranty. Call 437-

3979. ;May 18, 25-2tc '
\ 'ja
Wrpger! Washing Machine,
$2750. Jerry's Furniture and

Appliances, Old Dixie High-
way, 2 miles South of Korona.
Phone 4373752. 5-18-ltc ,.
> : f fr. ,
FOR SALE-1967 Honda S-90 h'da I ;;"'iJ 'r ..J...,J 4 ..:;i.c'fi. t"" '

cycle. Low mileage, excellent :t r e
'condition. Call Robert deal, / ,.'

437.3315 after school. 5' 12tc : .r,'

For Fill Dirt, Shell and Light 1H"" .
"t .
.) ,>;,,,
DozIer Work, call 437-3669, II ,
Martin Harding or Jimmy n .'. '
oJ ., ; .i( :
Snyder. 1-12 to 5-26 p. NIi1". ,./', : Y ('i", .Lit ", ', 'L.., 1'
: >'" .' "
/t. t
Add Indigestion? Painful ; (, 1}

gas? Get new PhS Tablets. } )'.i, ,,( .. :i. :,'
'' fI' .; II .
ONLY 98c Moody Pharmacy. .o ,
'4-27-5tp ,' ,'( lv" "
.. ,I" \ ', .
\ ....." ." .." "" 'tJ .. .
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ... q, "
., ". ... ,.
fields InsfalJed: Rota-Roter w. 'I' ; "" ",
.' snail tIl Be onable prices.
8h J .
Call George Jarosz, 437.-3410 Plus tax and nominal Installation, daaga: ,\ :*< ,\4-. {\' ;/, \!
T /
8'1'tl f r wrf r "' ".*mT *** I ..3| P t
,. :k j.;
LOSE WEIGHT safely with ,. \ f;I ".. 'ij1f.g: _s,'" ,
jDex.A.&fiH TOfet. ONLY 98c t ': : I'J ,
MHgmocr4.27.7tp :\ .
at Moe4fi
'., I

FOR SALE 2 houses on Deem @. Southern B.II'';,. ,: .. i;.t4.>.". y;.1,: ,t!,
Road, both for WOO with "
,: "
900) down amid 960 per month. ') \. .
Move right In. Barker & Wilson ; ,'. ,'. t,t '
i' \i w { .... I
Tribune Building, HunS ; ; 1
lull. ",
1. '
un... AND INCOME:, of : ..., : 't, / ,IA' :. .. .,1.' .. .. .\

i J erb, 'J'Ine loW 1, ,
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Banding, Bunnell. 437-30B. 11 .

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,; Beach was admitted to J. HUlls Diane Townsend's Thursday (today Clare' Rob-
Miller Medical Center, was Inadvertently bins, Jon Wilder, Boyce At-
Gainesville, Sunday, for'med name kinson.
omitted from the list of Flag- \, I ,
ical treatment.Mr .
ler County residents graduated Friday-Larry Leonardi!, Faye
from Daytona Beach JunIor Daughtery, William Russell
and Mrs. Tom Duncan College, May 3. Bass. <
and children of Titusville

jLOCALJ&Visiting spent Mothers Day with his Saturday- Carol Savoia.
mother, Mrs. C. W. Duncan, State Trooper Don and Nell
Flagler Beach. Cartmill and son Jim. and Sunday-Mike Phoenix, Sylvia
Trooper and Mrs. Edward Gresham.

| in Espanola Sun Fred and. Jean Chambersand Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lindsey Smith and son of Plant City Monday-Marie Brede. James

day with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. son Pat of Jacksonville of Sheridan Wyo. have re- visited here during the week. Carroll, Taylor, Bessie Min

Bradley were Mr. and Mrs. visited here several days last turned to Flagler Beach to re end with Nell's parents A. Band .. ton, James Kelly Lee, Helen
Kirby Hunt and daughter, week with his parents, Mr. side. The Llndseys resided at Ida Johnston. They stayed Fluff.TuesdayTed.
Debbie and W. C. Hunt of Or. and Mrs. F. J. Chambers Flagler Beach for several at(the Allen home at Flag-

lando. W. C. Hunt remained years prior to moving to ler Beach while here. Kolhaas ,

I fpr a week's visit here with Dale and Rosemary Brown Wyoming.Mrs. Wednesday-Charles Charon,

I tie ;.Bradleys. and son David, spent Saturday The Espanola NeighborsClub Mattthew J. White, Bob Lee,
in Mt. Dora visiting! with. E. A. Hunter, Espanola met Wednesday morning Dorothy Evans and Freda
I Bill and'Mary Lenssen have Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, Br. is spending this week In at the home of Mrs. Berni Deen. '

as their houseguest, his moth Orlando,.,.with her son and Hirschi, Espanola. The hose
I er, Mrs. Nicholas F. Lenssenof daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs. tess served homemade Ice
Darien Conn. Mary recent. Levi Brannam, Jr. a student Howard Hunter. cream and cookies to the BARBECUE FOR GUESTS
returned from two weeks at Palmer College of i.
ly a members
attending. Massle
Harold and Mickey
Chiropractic, Davenport Iowa,
visit in Trumbull Conn with
Hosford and children
' with
entertained a
arrived last Thursday for several
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. An. Richard, Patsy and Dale of
barbecue for the guests at
visit with his
drew Patalak. days par.ents Mrs. Lillard White returned
Orlando visited here
'Levi and Melba Bran their motel. Thirty one attended -
< home Friday from Sumter, S.
weekend with his mother,
nam. The Brannams celebrated C. after a weeks visit with her and entertainment ,was
Mrs. Thomas H. Humphries Mrs. Naomi Hosford.J. .
! their 25th wedding anni provided, by Mrs. Harry RUe--
in and Dr.
, and Mrs. Anita R. Coxe left son law daughter, '
and Melba's birthday leski on the organ
versary and Mrs. Sam Haywood and
for their home In
Wednesday B. High of South Miami
anniversary last week.
E her granddaughter, Samatha.
, visit N C. after two weeks spent the weekend here with JANINE LOUISE LA COUR
Samantha celebrated her sec
here with Tom and Anltk
his mother, Mrs. Virginia B.
Lenssen at T Double L The Flagler County Shrine ond birthday anniversary dur- Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery La
Ranch. Club had a dinner meeting at High ing her grandmother's visit. Cour, Ormond ''Beach, are the

Malphurs Restaurant Friday of four
parents a seven pound
Eddie and Babe Irwin haveas
Mrs. Frances Wadsworth'sand evening. their house guests his Mr. and Mrs. John Gurleyare ounce daughter, Janlne Louise I'

> Mrs. Wilda Hargett's mother, Mrs. Howard Irwin, visiting in Alabama this born May 11 at 5:30: p. m.
J kindergarten classes enjoyed JoAnn Crews and children and his brother and sister in week with relatives and ait the Bunnell General Hos

I "af trip Ito Madneland Friday. spent the weekend In Orlando law Mr. and Mrs B. H. Irwinof friends. pital.
visiting her mother, Mrs. Mar- Columbus Indiana.Mr.
, "
) clrl.Carroll,and his mother, garet McCord. .

\' Mrs Edna Carroll left Friday / and Mrs. Jeff Cockrell
fbr Live Oak for a week's visIt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede and Mrs. Mattie Pelllcer spenlt
with relatives and friends. entertained with a Mother's Sunday In Orlando visiting CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Day Dinner Sunday at their
with Mrs. Mary Spencer, Mr.
'Weekend houseguests of Flagler Beach home. Joining and Mrs. Bob Hall and Mr. H.,CRAIG Funeral Director
Odell and Lillian Hersey were them for, the occasion were and Mrs. Paul Simons and
their son In law and daughter. JOHN CAPO. Manager
Mrs. Cliff Hersey and her son son. .
Dr. and Mrs. W. H.Kelley
Carl Haskell of Jacksonville. '
of Edgewater and Mr and Mrs. ( LADY
Russ Rowe and children, Mrs. Sam Walts of Deland JONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
Carol Rodgers of Tampa Cheryl, Carol and Rusty of visited here Sunday with her ATTENDANT AMBULANcEs .
; spent the weekend visiting Gainesville. son in law and daughter,
, here with his parents, Mr. and Huck and Maryann Meekins
Mrs. A. C Rodgers. and family. Phone ID 7-3532
I Hubert Frier and Hollis Derry .
left Friday for a (trip thru .
Shirley Chambers spent the the Western States. They will Visiting here during the ,

I, weekend In St. Petersburg return via Wadsworth, Illinois, weekend with Mrs. Daisy
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. where Hollis will remain for Walker and Lucille Walker,

; C. B. Stickney. several-weeks visit with relatives. were Mrs. Walker's son. Jinx ,)
Walker, Wlldwood and her
Friends of Judge T. K. grandson, Captain and, Mrs.
(Buddy) McKnight will be Russell Walker and sons Dan
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Pete)
happy to learn he has recovered and Russ of Alexandria, Va. fIJ
sufficiently to return to Barber of Montgomery, Ala.,
spent the weekend here with
his home from the Bunnell
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mrs. Vernon Brinson spent
General Hospital. He suffereda Barber. Mendel Smith of Miami the weekend In Macclennywith
heart attack recently and her mother Mrs. Minnie
joined the Barbers for the ,
will be recuperating at home.; .
weekend and accompaniedthem Poythress.John

on their return trip 'to
Visiting at Flagler Beach Alabama.Mr. and Mardell Souther-
with Mr. and Mrs. William land and children of Vero SLIPS
Givens for the past ten days
Beach the weekend here
and Mrs. Tom Holden spent BRAS
were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Har- with her mother Mrs. Neva
are attending the 77th annual
desty of Akron. Ohio. Satur
Eisenbach and her brother PANTIES
day evening the Hardestyswere Florida State Pharmacy con. and sister, in law, C. B. and
guests of honor at a din. vention at Clearwater. Leona Eisenbach. GIRDLES r

ner party >hosted by the Giv.
ens. Other guests were Mr. Charles O'Kelly has return. Mrs. John Ellis of Orlando\ GOWNS

and Mrs. Allan, Jenkinson, ed to his home in Haw Creek spent the weekend visiting PAJAMAS

Flagler Beach and Mr. and. after a business trip to New here with her parents, Walter '
Mrs. P. L Young, Akron, Ohio. Mexico. and Laura Morris. HOSE

Harry Atkinson was in Dar.

lington, S. C. last weekend to *. GLOVES

attend the Rebel 400 car races. .
Recent houseguests of Lll

lard and Bea White were Mr. *
; FURNITUREANTIQUESRailroad and ,Mrs. James H. Morris of

Salvage, Contents of Businesses Just Kennewlck, Washington and

Purchased Mrs. Donna Merlette, Sumter,
S. C.
Drive a Little, Save a Lot COLOGNE

3 Piece Bedroom Sets-$37.50-New Friends of Sherman Glover DUSTING
will be sorry (to learn he is a
H. & M. SALES patient at Glendale Hospitalin POWDER




One-Third Off and FRIDAY GIFT

MAY 25-26

; On All MerchandiseTOOLS

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the ning pal At : Quantity Rights 'd

to GIVE M E T T S Reserved**. v"> ;

ty's TOP Prices Good "!
: Thurs., FrI., Sat. '
and Monday, \
ing, SUPER MARIET May 18, 19 20 "
:Mrs. ,
and 22 1967
ed A '
the '.PS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201 ,., .. ,:.
the .1" '11\

Ing.The ; Grade "A'

per i whole..g J ,'J,

Grade "A" FrozenTEWING '.
Its ,;

only HENS 2I to 3 Ib.Avg. 75 .
ea. ,,

The first Select ,
the 'J

ned : LIVER lb. 49 t

ing ,
next 'j
Meaty) .

AT at ARE RIBS lb. 49( 1

". I
with 'I I
Mrs Armour Star I'
and : : )( STEW Lb. T-BONE Lb.
f6ge ,STEAK ,$109
Oak '. Best
BEEF Z Lb. 9ge SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 9ge ;

tal (Pork)
at < BONES 5Lb1 CHUCK STEAK Lb. 5ge I'
the (Tall) Quality Shortening Armour ((5 oz.)


: Cans 93.ttfa.., Limit of $5.00 1 with or more purchase food 4 Can $1( 0 .
((6)) Please order
II, Northern '
Food King Folger' (AU Grind) ;
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every protection and are free 5-THE FLAGLEH TRIBUNE THJJH&. MAT! J8, f J967FLAGLER
to laugh at the law and con.
Late tinue their pursuit of "kicks". .
The thing some teenagerssay CHURCH
Is to see how much you Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. STATE ''M l A REACH
't To Classify can steal on a shopping excur HEWS Weekday MassesTues.: and
f sion. Thurs.. at 8:30 a.m. JP.6 MILLION' |tf'l9?
BY Kay Cases on record reveal that of Florida'spopulation
i Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m"; New estimates
some teenagers have stolen THE METHODIST CHURCH Weekday Mass!' Saturday at Indicate a: possible
You may not realize It but Items they did not need or 8:30 am.PENTECOSTAL. count of 10.5 million by 1985,
shoplifting today Is costing want and have thrown (them Flagler Beach a' number equal to the ad41-
you plenty In Increased living in the trash can after brag. Reynold Nelson Hoover tion of a city the size of Jacksonville .
"costs. Every article stolen ging to their associates of Church School, 9:45 a. m. HOLINESS every year for twenty
from a merchant in your community their ability to "get-bywith'-. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 'Her.:John Lingold.' Pastor years, the'Florida State Chamber
increases: the price the it." Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m. Sunday School; '10pO': tie: m. of Commerce reported Jn
honest consumer, must pay for Parents confronted with ev. Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30 Worship Service, JlfOO a. )n. its Weekly Business Review
his merchandise. idence of the shoplifting abil p.m.Men's Life" tfners ervic, ?, '6:0 1 released yesterday. I.'
t The FBI reports that shoplifting ity of their offspring are usually Club meets the first p. m.' 'This'' I figure Is about half
i' ( arrests have increased Indignant. They contend Monday of each month at Evening Evangelistic, Service jU". a mlIl1on below an'olflcial'estimate .
iF 3 X79 percent In the past five that Willie or Sally are good 7:30 p. m.Woman's. I t 7:30 p. rn: released last year.
;years and points out that children, they go to church Society of ChriS. Even then, If It Is reached, it
three times as many shop. and would never steal, and tion Service the 2nd' Thurs' COMMUNITT MEMORIAL. __h woutd"mean' that In- ltl'*ears
s' lifters are not cought and the best lawyer they. can day, 9:30 a. m. C1tuaCU'; re"'wotold 'be' '5 people"*for'
I lr'actlvltles are costing the 'fins to defend them. J (to.... FlogleV Beach every Vhow 'residing 'In the
I consu ri jnllllons of' dollars An: 11 year old caught in CATHOLIC CHURCHES Her. R. W. Dlckert. -Pastor state. The'' present population
':In increased living costs. the act told officers, 'Youcan't Sunday School, 9:4': a< m.. 1 is'approximately1' .1 million.i .
Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor n. > YJ \n i 'viv?
Shoplifting Is costing merchants touch me, I am a minor.I KORONA'' Worship Service; Jl a.' "Jt:J ,also means more schools? ,
t over three million dollars know my rights and I wanta ST. MARY'S. Communion) every (first gun- more highways; more sewets
: a' year. Merchants work. lawyer." Their parents back' Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. day of each quarter. and other 'public facilities'as
: ing,on a small 'profit margin them ''up and bitterly' 'abuse Weekday.1 Masses: Mon, Wed., well as bigger markets!"and
b\ 1 such Has super markets find the'merchant and the law for and'Friday at 8:30'am.: f ; FIRST'METHODIST. stronger demand' for goods.

i that for every $5 shoplift it picking on "little children BUNNELL-" "Estimates of' future"population
1 i must 'Increase sales $500 to 'If you want to know what BUNNELL' FIRST BAPTIST Her. Oliver Taylor.. Pastor' ntfmbers are made,on
offset the loss. SundaV''School/ 945: a/ | Imperative shoplifting is costing this Charles D. Anders Pastor the basis of the ,birth "sandde1tl1'
( I markups to help offset such country today In increased : aam. Yates In the Immediate
losses called to Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday Methddlst Youth Fellowship, : .
you are on living cost and. moral decayI "
; v VlN past plus the :trend In move-
spay, 6:30tt'm.T' : : 'u' "1
suggest you read Earl Sel '
1 1. merit of'people from one state
.' And who are the shoplift-. 'by's article in the April' Head 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship to residtf rin another. Usually
7:00 Union.
ers? -'8glleve it or not, fifty er's Digest entitled "Youthful p.m. Training
I' 8:00 pm. Evening Worship. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. estimates disregard wars,'eco
|per cent of them are teenage Shoplifting, a National Epi Wed.: 7:30 p.m Prayer Flagler Beach' no nlclions' and other
delinquents. They do not come demic." It will
open your Service.ST. Max Hall Pastor catastrophes' which' could 'affect .
I from across the railroad eyes. Sunday School: 9:45.Mornlng : population numbers."Florida's .
; tracks, or are they so called America's moral decay is Worship:" 11:00. population gains

,under' priviledged youngsters, moving at. a rapid pace and THOMAS EPISCOPAL Evening Worship: 7:30.: have been made 'up tradition.
but'come: largely from middle it is evident that our laws, our 'The Rev. Robert Stuart Wednesday Prayer Meeting: ally of two-thirds from migration
Income or well-to-do families. educational institutions and Priest in Charge
7:30. and one third from nat.
i Kids' who have allowances our homes appear'totally unable Morning Worship 7:45. ural Increase. This trend Is
I, :and every advantage but en. to cope with the probe Church School 3:30: p. m., FOREST ARSON .expected to continue.
in shoplifting.
gage lem.
Thursday. "The count of Florida's
Being teenagers the law We need to give the question Communion first Sunday of. CAUSING FIRES IN ulation for the interveningyears pop.
in most states does not permit thought and see if we can each month.' has been set at 6.6 mil
their to be,made.publlc. find the WEST FLORIDAForest
: names solution" before it is Three miles east of Bunnellon lion in 1970; 7.7 million In
',"' They are "afforded. ,' .... ', to late. 'highway 100.ReverseCycle arson was peggedas 1975 and 9 million in 1980.
the cause of twelve wildfires These are maximum esti

r that swept through 2,100 mates. Other official estimatesare
'" ,'. acres of Bay County itimber-: from 2 to 15
f!: : per cent be.
I '' .. ..-f"J,; .' .. '/ ,, lands recently. low the maximum figures.
Florida Forest Service officials
j said that an arrest had

I 1t\ ," ':I.' ? been made, with a formal fire department, seven volunteer
,,". j :,. 'I',", .t.. ,..' charge to be filed this morn fire departments, TyndallAir
'.,' I 'f f "' Ing In Panama City. Force Base, and the Navy

i ..., ." ..... Never heard of t. .. ,. ., Hampered by high, gusty Mine Defense Laboratory
,'_ "1'I, ., winds and tinder conditions In
:;; ., :: ;.:, '. -dry rushed backup equipmentand
: ,. ." ," ,: Forest Service crews men.
battled all day In an effort to Bay County was the hottest
: ; cantain the fires. One fire near spot in the state yesterday,

/ .. t' ,' Bayou George burned 1,200 according to Forest Service
"1 j", .," acres ,before It was stopped. officials. Statewide, there were
.! 1',1' ,:\ <<'
District Forester David 69 wildfires that burned nearly .

.f"! t ." Smith, Panama City, reportedthat 3,500 acres.
'". crews were deployed from "The relief probably will
: I five adjacent counties to help only be !temporary," said
hardpressed Bay County rang. State Forester C. H. Coulter.
w ers. "Particularly If it Is followed
Two planes flew daylong by a repetition of the dry,
patrols over the swiftly moving windy weather we've had recently. -
fires. The Panama City ,"
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,SecurityNEWS, and eligible unmarried for social, you may security be time? COpy> OF Bill 3 CREATING

benefits now. A. As long as your total
earnings for the calendar year
Q. I was drawing social security do not exceed $1,500 you Will

father is getting social on my mother's social receive benefits for every study commission to study
Q. My month. Should earn over Irj order to create:a government
security benefits. I enlist security until I was 18. I then you needs this
local structures Flagler County
$1,500, some benefits will be the, government
the armed forces at 17 worked for a year and I am introduced
ed In now planning withheld.Q. type bill. This bill was for Hlllsborough county and
on going backto
and was discharged after their new form of government will be voted on In June.It .
serving !two years. I plan on Do I qualify for social When Is a student not will not take the amount of money mentioned In the
finishing high school. Can I considered a full-time student
method will have to be de.
bill for Flagler County and some
draw benefits on my father'ssocial ?
security? A. Yes. If you are a,full- vised for selecting the commission members.
time student under 22 and unmarried : A. A student pis not a.full-
A. Yes. If you are a full you should visit your time student when he Is: CHAPTER 63.1404
time student under 22 and nearest social security office Not In active attendance at AN ACT to establish, a. local government study commission, In"
unmarried, you may draw social and (file an application. '
school or In a vacation period Hlllsborough county* Florida to study the structures,functionsand -
security benefits.Q. between school terms operations of all governmental units .and bodies located ..'
Q. I am receiving soda,security ; within the said county including: the county "government, "
I am 19 years,old,anda benefits as a full time Being paid by an employer municipal governments, public 'bodies corporate and all.offices,
freshman In college. My father student on my disabled fath while in school at the request agencies, commissions boards authorities and other subdivisions
has just now become ell er's work record. During this of that .employer; thereof; to determine the need if any, for consolidation,
gible for social security bene past summer vacation I work. Attending a school that does separation, addition removal or other revision of such.structures,
Can for benefits ed full-time official functions and operations' ; to determine whether tax savings can
fits. I qualify and earned $1- not meet the requirements .
be made and whether efficiency can be gained through such revision
I not entit 300. Will I receive educational insti
even though was as a of such .local governmental structures functions and .op
led before I was 187 benefits for the full :time year tution. erations: To provide that :said commission may draft a planner,
plans for any solution of problems disclosed as a result of such
study and submit the same to the members of the Florida Legislature
from Hlllsborough county; to designate the members of
such.vp mission,and to,provide a method of filling vacancies;
to provide for the organization and term of such commission,
prescribing its duties and powers; /to provide for an appropriation
for the payment of the cost of operation of such commission .
!$ and to' provide an effective date.
Be It.Enacted bf:: Legislature of the State of Florida:

Now! Che feeodon, 1. There is hereby created In Hillsborough ,county a t '
[ commission Ito study.the structures, functions and operationsofall
governmental units and ,bodies located within the said coun
ty ,Including the county government, the municipal govern 1
>: ments public bodies corporate and all offices agencies, .commissions <
boards authorities and other subdivisions thereof.
Such commission shall be known as the "local government study
commission of Hillsborough county" and shall be herein referredto
Fleetsider as the commission." ,
r Section 2. The commission shall ,conduct research and study
I to determine the need, if any, for the consolidation, separation,
addition removal or other revision of the aforementioned local
\ governmental structures, functions 'and operations and to determine ?
whether tax savings can be made and whether efficiency
I can be gained :through revision of such structures fun -
Pacesetter tlons and operations. 5
Section 3. It shall be the further function and duty of the
r, commission to draft a plan or plans for the solution of any
'problem disclosed as a result of such reserach and study whica
,it deems to be feasible, desirable and economical and to submit
I such plan or plans to the members of the Florida legislature
from Hlllsborough county. |
Sale : Section 4. The commission shall be composed of fifteen (15
I members, and initially shall consist of the following named
; persons: (List of 15 original members.) In the event a vacancy }
occurs in the membership of the commission whether caused by
death, resignation or otherwise such vacancy shall be filled for
I the unexpired term, and the governor of Florida shall appointthe
successor to such vacancy. t
Section 5. The commission as hereinabove constituted shall
f meet and organize on or before October 1, 1963 and"shall eletft!:
,a chairman from its membership. The plan or plans resulting
from the" commission's research and study shall, when signed
\ by a majority of the commission, be filed with the members of

..'.. r p the Florida legislature from Hlllsborough county on or before
September 30, 1964, on which date the commission shall dissolveand
all terms of membership thereon shall terminate. The com'
mission shall provide for the preparation of a reasonable num.ber
of copies of Its plan or plans for use by all governmental
agencies affected thereby. ,
Section 6. In making its study the commission is authorizedto
call upon the state of Florida or any of its agencies or
Institutions for any aid or assistance which can be rendered it
and to call upon !the various departments and subdivisions of
Hillsborough county and the municipalities therein for assist.
ance as may be necessary to assemble the required data and
Information upon which to base its opinions to analyze the
same and to draft a plan or plans for the commission. #, The
commission is authorized (to enter Into contracts with personsor
agencies for providing any or all of the data information
required in carrying out the purposes of the commission.
Section 7. It is hereby found, determined and declared that
: ;>9'R kH.igft,+ jrwaeooeoeo.NOW. ( l the creation of the commission and the carrying out of its purposes
is in all respects for the benefit of the people of Hills
borough county and is a proper purpose, and that the commission .
will be performing an essential and governmental functionin
the exercise of the powers conferred upon it by this act. This
act, being for the welfare of the citizens of Hillsborough county,
shall be liberally construed to effect the purposes thereof.
Section 8. The expenses of said commission shall be borne by
Hillsborough county, and there shall be appropriated out of the
funds of the county sufficient money, not to exceed fifty thous.
and dollars (50000.00), for the purpose of carrying out the
ON AMERICA'S FAVORITE- objects of this act. Such funds shall be administered and expended .
SPECIAL SAVINGS by the study commission In furtherance of this act and
shall be accounted for in the same manner as other public funds.
Section 9. All laws or parts of laws in conflict with this act
are hereby repealed.
! Chevrolet Section 10 This act shall become effective immediately .upon
its becoming a law.
Became a law without the Governor's' approval.
Filed in Office Secretary of State June 14, 1963.

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students received presented the "Teacher of the
CHEMICALSLIQUID will be a veterinarianat awards at the first annual Year Award".

the Bunnell Civic Center, awards day program at Bun
Thursday May 25 betweenthe nell High School Wednesday 'The following students re-

hours of 8:30: a. m. and May 17. Mr. Theo Heln was ceived scholastic awards:
9:30 a. m. to inoculate pets
Physical Ed., Jr. High Boys..Leo Fleurle
against rabies. A four dollar
fee is charged by the veteri- Physical Ed., Jr. High Pam
ACID LIQUID and DRY nadan. Junior High Science.................Jeff Taylor
Social Studies .............._....-,....Tony Parker
City dog will be issued
CELITE FILTERING POWDER History .......................................-Barbara Pache
free of charge to all
persons National Current Events..........Tony Parker
having their Inoculated.Dick .
: ;CONCENTRATED "KEMEX" POWDER, dogs Typing ..............................._........Johnnie Ruth Miller
:; English ........................................Tony Parker
Pope Sr. of
.<:t, REAGENTS FOR TESTING WATER Florida ,Cypress, Gardens and Home Economics.........._.........Barbara 'Wilson
Physical Education, Boys..._._Bill Harris
tourism committee chairman
: k, :' LOCALLY OWNED AND "J: "TEIcr.? : ,,". of the Florida Council of 100 Physical Education, Girls........Carol Lynda Townsend

'" '- *' ," : : Art ......................._.........4 .._.....Carol Waugh
: tizs, : has been reappointed to the
: .: IMMEDIATE:DELIVERY : : Florida Development Com Agriculture .................,.-..............Marvin Henry A .

'c -:1":' ':",.. : missioned Latin .......-......_..................-........Mary Ann Steflik
L J '' .. I ANT TIME" Mathematics ......._.._.................Brenda Townsend /
, ; ..- : ;;.r r:: Kirk. Science ..........._.._................_.._Terry Rawlins '

CALDWELL SALES Wellman-Lord, Inc. of Lake. Spanish ..._............................._...Tony Parker \'
land has,received the National Band ...............................-.._.....-Susie Peterson, Faye
SO. Boy Street 'hoDe 437-3862 Hutcheson, Vicki Hetn
Constructors ,Association .? ,
BunnalL Florida Annual l Safety Award, pre Library .............:...: '.....___' h..Arthur McDaniel ...

I i sented to companies' whose Annual Awards were presented io: ,

Earl D. CaldwelL Owner personnel injury rate !is 25 Editor .............................\.Tanlce Seale

per cent less than,the nation .Asst Editor .............................Becky Robertson
al average. Business Manager ..._........._..Christy Green

Subscribe to The Flagler Literary Editor...................-.......Lynda Skolar
Advertising Layout ...................Julia Wilkins
Scholastic Letters were awarded to the following students
$2.50 year In Advance
per who averaged an A grade in three subjects, with no grade
I lower than a ,B. "<' raw;
12th GRADE .

Kathy Emery Barbara Pache ,. .
We Make Diana Price Linda Skolar

I Arthur McDaniel .
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Our Own Paint Ilth GRADE ;,,,. ''. (!
''. Tony Parker / J ;
....r.F wa>mo' Terry Rawlins Carol Lynda Townsend

"Can I affordan 3 GALLONS LATEX Vfa f Nancy Hargett "

Interior-Exterior y 8th GRADE v ,;
independentinsurance Minnie Dean Kirk Robertson
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Porch Trim & Deck: Enamel 7th GRADE ...

expert t Gallons Lila Allen r<.. Jeff.Taylor
S698 Nancy Creal
*o figure outwhat's Z AU Colors
Gallons The annual Bunnell Baptist terman awards.:: Walton Cow-
2 S569 Church Sportsmanship awards art was presented with three
Outside White
for 'me: ? ", were given to Jim' Akins, athletic awards, firs, outstanding
OIL BASE FOR WOODR. football; Dan Cody, boys bas basketball which

V. YEOMANS ketball and Nancy Hargett, included most valuable play.

Sure. 0778020NATIONWIDE: girls basketball. er, team captain. .
PAINT Henry Bowers and Ray Letter awards were presented
FACTORY Krutz received the Track Let- to: v
An independentagent 438 So. V. 9. 1 Hand Ave
Ormond Beach 9 to Ci30:
B Team Basketball Lettermen .
makesno John McDaniel Bruce Kendall 'P. :
Charles Clegg Billy Miller '

Mike Barber Ty Whitaker ._ -:
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charge for Luxrnuc AGENT & UPHOLSTRY WORKS '\ .I
710-12 Lemon St. Girls Basketball Lettermen .
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his Palatka, Florida
services. Maria Huns Carol Lynda TOWIa nd
Phone EA 5.9166
Nancy Hargstt Barbara Wilson
As independent agents,we represent several strong insurance Furniture UpbolteriagR Brenda Townsend Mary Ann Steflift
companies. We are free to select the right kind of insurance R+ : & R flBi hedMaHreaoeg Carla Tucker Jean Hteginbottylft,

for your car, home, or business, and we make no extra & Box Spring Susie Peterson Katherine Harri0r.Ttrexnjr .
charge for this service.A MeNIe.. o..t.r. AIM Aeersveted Colleen Tucker' /".:" ,;

one-company salesman, on the other hand, must necessarily Cell Laura Monte 49MMS :,;
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try to sell you the policy his company often. After 6:00 P. M.PMCM Walton Cowwt Bttpcf .. '
At independent insurance agents, we offer you The Big BCASONABUBUMNtT > Cody ..,
Difference in iosurance-our continuing, attention. Jade /
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