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The Flagler tribune
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Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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"''Dr." John M. Canakarishasbeen a special meeting Tues,4

elected ''by the Chamber day night the Bunnell City ij
of Commerce Board of :Directors Commissioners met with the f

to serve as next president city engineer to discuss fl- ;

of the Flagler Chamber of nanclng, the city's proposed r
Commerce. He Is presently! sewerage and water Improve. :
serving as vice president.L. E. ment program. Emory Hawkins -
Wadsworth Is! the' ;retiring engineer and associatesJ. ..<

'president. W. Boyer, M. Hickman and -
At a breakfast meeting held t R. Goulet outlined proposals to
!last Thursday the Board of the commissioners. Farm and |!j
,Directors 'elected William zrL Home Administration officials :

: from Gainesville were scheduled ..
with commissioners
A to to meet the
,f y but did not appear.

i .. Dawklns told the commission .

1 w yj y a" he had been assured by
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1I ; the FHA the city would receive ; .

I $978,150 for the proposed :j
project. The funds will in '

dude $708,000, FHA loan to
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be repaid at five percent In.

terest; PL66O Grant for, $101- '

iE !i\t;; J mft.. ..a.i Vd .:.i '. .w ... l ] 750; and .$168,400 FHA Grant.

A large crowd attended the Flagler Woman's! Club "Meet Your Community Leaders" program The FHA Grant is $91,600 less I

Thursday night at the clubhouse. Program chairman' was Mrs. Jasper White, second from right. than the city's original request -

Mrs.' Edwin 'Hirst, center, was Mistress' of Ceremonies, and Mrs. R. K. Hirst, president, introducedthe ''for $260,000. .

guest speakers. Addressing' the group wefej '1 to r, Flagler County (Sheriff P. A. Edmonson, City Clerk' Barbara' McCabe f j

.JOUM' Flagler Beach State Park Superintendent Lt. W*yne Edwards. School Superintendent James O. said. Hawkins stated the' city1
Craig,. and'Chamber of Commerce President Lew*! :Wadsworth. can get sewerage system; r vice president and,
.- -- equal to or better, than the- r
Tom Lenssen was reelected. as, COMMUNITY ty of 1969, waC'vocal soloist.L. Edwards pointed out the :
plan set forth In a preliminary

secretary and,/..treasurer.It LEADERSHIP E. Wa dsW l'th, president growth in the attendance at
was announced by the of' Flagler Chamber "of Commerce Flagler Beach State Park and report due to' reductions t
'. elections committee that the PROGRAM was fist speaker 'He the effect it had on the local In the city's water im'provement I

directors elected for a' 'new 'The Flagler 'Woman's Club' noted some 'af"'.the obsolete economy. project j

,three ,year term were' Mrs. presented ;their annual pro W&yS..Jn "Mrhlc i local governments School Superintendent Mm The commissioners also dis ,

Leona Knight; Charles Trad gram "Meet Your Community are.>eing'"operated,.but, Craig addressed his. remarksto cussed various ways. of supporting I

and Dr.:.'Ben ,Lacy,. Leaders" Thursday evening ., emphasized tat he was- op. "What is happening; to our the sewerage program:

Aa ,to TB large"crowd,at,their .posed to the'Crlder{ Bill which young'peopIe1" He pointedout which Included a., referendum.

clubhouse in Flagler Beach. would do away, with Flagler that ,the youth of ,todayare 'Jd ty James:Tucker,
Attorney )
tti.\\ A' welcome '" .2y? )trd R. !SLIt jtgttr'prpelde'o' key '_ P:' "''A Edmonson better!' educated ..better.:, instructive .and: Emory: ,1 &wkinsr'vitere; .askediEoirnoetlYttlr813Ain-. .
,.-- ,urJr=: ;.lag'1 JW""O 't.l <;-1h..... v"1; ofl a aitd ordeP H.- foasned td"' ontething'' 0t-! -' '
Gainesville. as soon ,
Mrs.: Victor; BucklesWntroduc- emphasIzed. the work. that Is, tharrrecerit gerierar- : as poasi-) ,
done Ranch tions. He 'said must not ble to secure additional details -
ed the public officials and being by Boys' we '
civic leaders who were pressent. : which ,Is a,.boys school: being .. judge the' youth! of today by for the proposed plan. .
'A operated by"'the ;Florida Sher the bad publicity that is given THe commission granted.

Mrs. E. L. Hirst'' was in life Asociation. During his to ,a few .of the >"off.b at" permission to the Bunnell .

charge of the program:'.,and talk, Sheriff 'Edmonson em. youth. Lions, Club to place a: 1..inch "
provided charm and wit In: In. phasized'his opposition to the' The meeting'was closed. with pipe-In the' median) on:'.Uc: S.

producing the various'speak Crider Bill. several vocal 1'numbers being Jlwy., 1 fn front, ,of the. Civic: ,
ers' on the program. > Lt Wayne 'Edwards, Flag. rendered by,a quintet compos Center: .for-- a ;Lions Club.sign .
'The invocation, was given ler Beach State Park: Superin ed of Mrs. E: L Hart Mrs B. to be used twice a month ori'theclub's

!by Reverend Max Hall, First tendent spoke on outdoor-re., S; Clay Mrs Max Hall, Mrs. ,- meetIng'date' .'* ::. .
Baptist Church. Miss >Bourne, creation -axi4 the, part .the Jeff Davis and Mrs. E. W. .'I. .'" "O: "t\ ..i '

who Was Miss Flagler. Coun- state parks are playing Lt. Schmidt. .'

directors'are Nag!
Abraham L; ,IL 'Church JohnA. ,1,
Clegg, Lee Drazba, and L. EVENTS; < DIED SUNDAY OVERSEAS PARCELSThe The new ;'jlow-rentr' housing.. 4

E. Wadsworth.A Friday, Oct. 31: HALLO- Mrs. Eunice Knight Taylor, project nor under construe- t I;4
committee composed of 'WEEN CARNIVAL at the 67, 240 N. "Whitney- Street St. following deadlines tlo'n in'Burinell haS, been nam- !,}r

Mrs.' Leona :Knight, chairman Bunnell.Civic Center. at 4'p. m.; :Augustine' longtime resident have been suggested for mall- ed. At a recent meeting of the i
Lee Drazba and John' A. Clegg (-0-) of Flagler County, died ing Christmas parcels to Flagler County Housing Au. j '
was appointed to make arrangements Sunday morning at Flagler members of the,Armed Forces thority Board of Directors,they .
for the annual Sunday, Nov. 2: Community Hospital, 'St.. Augustine, aftera overseas: voted to ""name the new nous- j

banquet and Installation in hymn sing at the Flagler Churchat lengthy Illness. ((1) Surface Transportation.not development the John Mc. M

November.; Beaoh First Baptist Born in Orlando, she movedto later than November 8. Intosh Project. ./
7 p. m'. Special music'will St.. Augustine 10 years ago (2) SAM (Space Available Mr. McIntosh a' longtime ;':
.. be presented. ;;. ':, .
She- formerly
VFW HALLOWEEN (-0-) from Flagler: Beach; Parcel Airlift not later than ,. -f

.CARNIVAL owned and operatedthe November 22.
Monday Nov.. 3 Flagler Beach Hotel. She .
STARTS AT.4 P.M.. Flagler (3) PAL (Parcel Airlift-not ,
Commission meets at
County of the St. Augustine
was a later than November 29.
., The Annual: Halloween Carnival 9 a. m. in the commissionersroom First''' 'United Methodist (4) Airmail not later
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'Vet *
sponsored by the courthouse.
than December 13.'
erans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary ( ) '
0. Include' several
Survivors The term "Armed Forces
will get underway': 4 Bunnell City, Commission; 'nieces and nephews: Overseas includes personnelof J

p. m. Saturday with a will parade. meeting at 7:3O p."rri,;-at.. City Funeral serviceswere.Tuesday the'Armed Forces, membersof
Costumed youngsters as Hall. / at 10:00: at Craig
Blvd .; morning their families; and U. S.
semble at (-0-) Funeral Home< Chapel St. civilians employed overseas

Pine St and march" the,Bun.. VFW Auxiliary meets at 8 Augustine. The Rev.:.T ewton'Wlse who receive their mail thru
nell Civic. Center ,where costumes :
,will! be Judged.'Prizes p. m. at the post home,-West pastor St. Augustine an APO or FPO, New York,
Blvd. Bunnell. Methodist Church 'officiated. San Francisco or Seattle..
,Moody ,
awarded the
will be .for ugliest ..
(.'0.) : Interment was In Lutheran SAM packages pay only .
and most .origi
.nal., prettiest" x Korona Civic Club'' meets at Cemetery, Plerson; >Floridar.t" parcel, post surface rate,to the ,

at the White Eagle at' U. 'S.- port city. Parcels up to
There will be.,games? food 8 p..m., In' the' flagler'
1:30 'p. m.
: 5 pounds In weight.and' :
President'' Lee Drazba
booths arid fun for everyone. Korona. t Beach Municipal Hall. .,Mrs. inches in combined length J
be will .-,, 1 -. '
A ham supper will served preside1.V ;; Flagler
Essie Thompson,
and girth are accepted as
by the Pentecostal Holiness : ; '\; (.Q"r1: ; ',,ff'_< { County Home Economist will BAM .
Church. Serving begins, ; Tuesday, Nov.. '4V: Election JOHN N. MciNTOSH
'be the speaker.
PAL, ohly
packages) ,
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.Plnettes meet at 8 p. m. atthe U. S. port 'plus a flat charge' '
> :TIDE' TABLE Bunnell ...Masonld "?Lodgef Housing Authority for 18
home of Mrs! H.-V. Peavy, of $1 for air service from 'your '
'' F&AM.No. :200. meets at 7:3OP : Street : for overSeas base. Parcelsup years. He was appointed to'the
Tides for' Oe ti 30 ,No';. S' I ; \. Forsythe. ''Bunnell/v city 195O
.. '6O''inches' post December 15,- ,
their regular monthly dinner- to 30 pounds'and
HIGH A.M:' .P.M." m', M ..._.ST'o'( ) .: .-..,.. A i meeting. '.', are accepted ,as PAL. ,. and served ''until he resigned .
Day, A.M. IP.14. ,Senior''r Citizeils'covered dish January 25, 1968( according to
30 11':30: 11:54" 4:48': 5:42.: .' ; "-. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Martin McDahiel/ Executive. .
11:59 '5:36 6:36: supper;.at 6 mKat.the;; Flag-V.iler" i BULLDOG'S 1969 12:18 :
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1. 12:42: 1:12 6:24: 7:30: Beach halL Methodlt.'ChUlch'feUowshlp : !> Oct. 31 ......,.-,.-.;......._......._.Haw'thorne ..._...:...... 'Hom'e'Nov. Housing Directors are (T. E.

2 1:42: 2:06 7:30 8:30: <4ot! )\ 7.........................-..,.-...._...Father Lopez ...?....,,''Away Holden, Eldon L. Knight. H. V.

3. 2:42: 3:00': 8:36 9:18, > Nov. 5 Flagler Nov. 14 .........-:-_.;....:.............Hastings ..................-: Away Peavy; Mrs. W. C. Sullivan

.4 ,"'3:36: ''3:54 4:42: '1.0:30 9:3610:06 10:54:: Beach Wednesday Garden Club ,meeting: at Nov.; 21 __;.!.;..__...._........_West Nassau. .......... Away, and Miss. Geraldine' Vaughn' M FsW
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VOL. 37 NO.. 45 THURSDAY OCTOBER ,30, 1969 $3.50 A YEAR

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Dr. John M. Canakaris""ha i.
a special: meeting Tues-
been elected the Chambof
day night the Bunnell City ,
Commerce Board of Diretors :
Commissioners! met with the
to serve as next .
city engineer to discuss financing ,
of the Flagler Chamber
Ifr the city's proposed
Commerce. He is presentl: sewerage and water
serving as vice president I.. E Improve-
rkfY b ment
Wadsworth is the retlrlnj program.: Emory
president. king engineer, and associates
.. W. M. HIckman
At a breakfast meeting hel last Thursday the Board o:1f r 1 y Goulet outlined proposals to
: : the commissioners.
Directors elected WilliarrJOII1V Farm and
Home Administration officials
: L from Gainesville were scheduled
nr r,; ; to meet with the com
'. missioners but 'did
not appear.
j _
-I Dawkins told the commission .
w, ,
,1? S k r Y he had been assured by

; ',, A 4o aA the FHA: the city would' receive '

I $978,150 for the proposed -

c project. The funds will Include -
% \ I
a $708,000, FHA loan to

be repaid, at five percent In-
terest; PL66O-Grant ,for 101. '

'''1! } .__ ;...:\J'.lQ... t.... _._. .. 750; and .$168,400'FIlA Grant.
N a A large crowd attended the Flagler Woman'; Club "Meet Your Community Leaders" program The FHA Grant is $91.600 less

Thursday night at the clubhouse. Program chairman' was Mrs. Jasper White, second from right. than the city's original. request

Mrs.' Edwin Hirst, center, was Mistress of Ceremonies, and Mrs. R. K. Hurst, president, introducedthe 'for'$260,000. .

guest speakers. Addressing. the group were) '1 to r, Flagler County (Sheriff P. A. Edmonson, City Clerk' 'Barbara :McCabe'said ;

CANAKARIS, Flagler Beach State Park Superintendent Lt. Wyne Edwards. School Superintendent James. O. Hawkins stated the' city:

'Lenssen,as'vice president and Craig, and Chamber of Commerce President Lewis.' Wadsworth. can get a sewerage system,

TOm Lenssen was reelected as COMMUNITY ty of 1969, w *'vocal soloist. Edwards pointed out the equal to or better than the:

secretary and treasurer., LEADERSHIP L. E. Wa dsWonh, presidentof growth in the attendance at plan set forth in a prelim;

It was announced by the Flagler Chamber of Commerce Flagler Beach State Park and nary report due to reduc-
elections committee that the PROGRAM was first speaker. He the effect it, had on the local lions in the city's water im-

directors elected for a new 'The Flagler Woman's Club' noted some' df' the obsolete economy. 'provement project.

three 'year term were; Mrs. presented their'' annual. program ways,,in whlc' $ local governments School Superintendent, Jim The commissioners also dis

Leona' Knight, Charles Trad "Meet Your : Community are being operated, ,but, Craig addressed his remarksto 'cussed various ways ''of sup-

and Dr. 'Ben ,Lacy. Leaders" Thursday ,evenlhg -, emphasized .ttfat he' ,was.,opposed "What is happening to our porting the sewerage program: :
? w ... ;, .at,their to the Crider Bill which
I III III"rprNlMS to a large "crowd youngpeople. He pointedout which! included a, referendum._
clubhouse in Flagler ;Beach. would do away with Flagler ,that). the youth of today : i
A' welcome was extended County., ) are a news generation tha t isbetter ; City Attorney James::T.Icker.n41f1m9fY'P ) N

+ by % Ke JtUf: t lPr 1deas\s ,sheriff_ 1?:.. AqEdmonson. ,, educated. better in-, : wkuns were asks,
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:bt.? r .w-OI,: rt'a .C1ub.' e4' IeraxHe 'A med etar "da aniethfng7 ail:' = gt "
Mrs., Victor Buckles!introduced emphasized the Work- that 'Is, structiv than-*recent gertera, ,Gainesville/, as'sooh,*.as, pass--, Itt
the public 'officials and being done by Boys' Ranch, tions. He" :said' we must not blef' ,to secure: additional: details ,,1 i

civic leaders who were press which is a,'boys school being judge the' youth*of today' by for the: proposed plan. .

ent."v' operated by-the Florida Sher. the bad publicity that is given The commission ,granted

Mrs. E. L. Hirst1\ was in iff's Asodation. During his to a few .of ,the "off-beat" permission. to the Bunnell

charge of the program..and talk Sheriff Edmonson emphasized youth. Lions, Club to place- a 1.Inch

provided charm and Mjit{ In; In. 'his opposition to the' The meeting was closed with pipe-In 'the' mediant! on;: .Uc S.

producing! the various'f" speakers Crider Bill. several vocal'numbers' being Hwy. 1 In front, of the Civic
on the program. Lt. Wayne Edwards, Flag. rendered by,a quintet'composed Center: for a Lionk Club sign
''The invocation, was given ler Beach State Park? Superin of Mrs. E. L. Hart, Mrs. B. to be used twice a month "on.the. .

!by Reverend Max Hall, First tendent, spoke on outdoor re.' S: Clay Mrs. Max Hall, Mrs. .-club's meeting1: .dates;: :
Baptist Church. Miss Bourne, creation. -sm4 the. part the Jeff Davis and Mrs. E W .. ','yu# .... .
who Was Miss Flagler Coun- state parks are playing. Lt. Schmidt. .- ,\!'!*1"-'?. .
Other directors are Nag .... I
Abraham, L, II. Church; John "" BY DIRECTORS'

A. Clegg, Lee Drazba, and L. EVENTS -< DIED SUNDAY" OVERSEAS: PARCELSThe The new* jlow>rent housing., ,

E. Wadsworth.A Friday, Oct. 31: HALLO- Mrs. Eunice Knight Taylor, project now under construfctio'n (:- 4
committee composed of WEEN CARNIVAL at the 67, 240 N. Whitney Street St., following deadlines in'Bunnell had been nam- ;

Mrs. Leona ,Knight, chairman, Bunnell.Civic Center at 4'p. m.;, Augustine -a longtime resident have been suggested for mailing ed. At a recent meeting of the
Lee Drazba and John A. Clegg (-0-) of Flagler County, died Christmas parcels to Flagler County Housing, Authority
was appointed to make arrangements Sunday morning at Flagler members of the,Armed Forces, Board of Directors, they
Sunday, Nov. 2: Community .
for the annual 'St. Augustine aftera voted to the'new hous
Hospital, overseas: "name ;
hymn sing Flagler
.. banquet and installation In' niness. the John
Beach First Baptist Churchat lengthy (1) Surface Transportation.not ing development McIntosh
November.? Born in Orlando, she movedto Project.Mr. I
7 p. m': Special music will later than November 8.
be presented. St.. Augustine 10 years ago (2) SAM (Space Available McIntosh a longtime
VFW HALLOWEEN (-0-) ;, from Flagler: Beach. 'She' formerly Parcel Airlift not later than *.i ., ; r

',CARNIVAL owned and operatedthe November 22.
STARTS AT ,4 P. ,M. .. Monday Commission, Nov. 3 Flagler Flagler Beach Hotel. She (3)) PAL (Parcel Airlift-not. .
meets at
The'Annual Halloween Car. County .was a member of the St. Au. later than November 29-
9 m. in the commissioners
a. First 'United Metho
nival sponsored by the 'Veterans -: gustine (4)) Airmail-not later
room at the courthouse. '
dist Church. .
than December 13.
of Foreign Wars Auxiliary :
will underway at 4 Survivors include several The .term "Armed ForcesOverseas' iy tt
Bunnell City Commission: 'n eces and nephews; includes personnelof J

Costumed p. m. Saturday''youngsters with a:will meeting at 7:30 p.;m." ';:at, City Funeral ,serviceswere Tuesday the'Armed: Forces, membersof

semble at'Moody Blvd., and Hall., / morning at 10:00 at Craig their families, and U. S.
(-o-) Funeral Home' Chapel, St.
civilians employed overseas
Pine St and march to the Bun-
nell Civic Center,,where:, VFW Auxiliary meets at 8 Augustine. The, Rev..T Newton who receive their mail thru x

tumes willF be Judged.;Prizes p. m. at the post, home; West 'Wise, pastor St. Augustine an APO or FPO, New York. ,

will ,be awarded ,forth ugliest : Moody Blvd., Bunnell. Methodist Church 'officiated. San Francisco or Seattle.
(/o.) : Interment was Iri Lutheran SAM
packages pay only
prettiest and, most. ,orlgi- .
Korona Civic Club' meets' at Cemetery, Pierson; Florida.; parcel, post surface rate to the .

nal.There' will food c 8 p. m., at the White Eagle at' ''Flagler' U. 'S., port city. Parcels up to
in' the
1:30 "p. m. 5 pounds in weight and 60 f
booths arid fun for everyone.A Korona. President Lee Drazba.
Beach Municipal Hall. Mrs. inches in combined r
ham supper will be served will preside' .' -. length
: ', Essie Thompson, Flagler and girth are accepted as r
the Pentecostal Holiness v' < ,> -.
by V: 'Q: ',,..,< ( County Home'' Economist will BAM "
Church.; Serving. begins ,Tuesday; Nov. 4r' Election ''be speaker. JOHN ,N. McINTOSH
the guest
't'J'\* PAL packages pay only,par.
at5p.m. V- MTijK A"1o"'V-f(
cel post surface rate to the :resident of Flagler County,
r- rt; *;
(-o-) V
"r ,Plnettes meet at 8 p. m. at U. S. port :plus: a flat .chargeof J served as chairman of the
IfIDE", : .W TABLE Bunnell Masonic ;"Lodge; the home of Mrs. H.V.. Peavy, $1 for alr"Beryice from'your Housing Authority for 18

Tides" (for/ Ocol4 30 .No';. 5'' F&AM. No, '200.' '. meets at 7:30'. Forsythe Street,' Bunnell/> .- for city to"overseas ,base. Parcels :years. He was_ appointed tdthe
\HIGH LOW Pn> : their regular,.monthly(dinner- up to 30 pounds'and 6O Inches- 1 'post' December 15,. ,1950 j

A.M: ''P.11i J A.M:' P.M;:: .-.-,((.?".> i .- *. meeting. .; are accepted ,as PAL. J JM and served until he resigned
Day 25 1968 according to
"disflsupper H MM i MM January ,
SenIor Citizens'covered M MM HHMM M M MMH MM MM BW <
31 30 12:18 11':30: 11:59 11:54': '5:36 4:48 5:42 6:36":: at 6 mHat.the( Flag-r'. BULLDOG'S'S 1969 FO OTBALL SCHEDULE 'l'i : 'Martin McDaniel' Executive-

1 12:42 1:12 6:24': ,' 7:30 ,.Jer' Beach hall Methodlst.'Chul.chfeU ;* :\ 3i \* 0 ct. 31 ........_....;..-.-..---....-..J Hawthorne .........__ Homo' Director.Housing Directors. are-''T.E..

2' 1:42: 2:06" 7:30' 8:30 (;d.'L Nov. 7_...........- -...__._-....________:Father Lopez ..._._.-, Away, ]Holden, Eldon L. Knight H. V.Peavy .

3 2:42 '3:00" 8:36: 9:18: Wednesday; Nov., 5: Flagler Nov. 14 ..._....r;_.....:_...:'...--.-.:Hastings...........'........: Away: : Mrs. W.; C. Sullivan
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We often listen to the editorials on the Jacksonville- and U. S. D. A. Choice ,
Daytona Beach television stations and, as you do when you read

.our editorials we reserve the right to agree or disagree.. SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. $1 109
And we heartily disagree with the WJXT editorial of Oct
ber 13 and 14 in which they said that 67 counties, are too many
and they said The state's multitude of archaic small countiesIs

costly inefficient and unnecessary". U. S: D. A. ChoiceCHUCK"

We wonder how Representative John Orider and WJXT can .
be so sure that the magic number counties is the most efficient ROAST Ib 58
and economical number of counties Florida needs.

Many states have more counties: than Florida. Are these
states all inefficient and too costly? .
Does everything have to be ,big and massive to be efficient? Frosty Morn "SMOKED" SHOULDER (6-8 Ib. Avg ) SLICED FREEPICNIC'S
Is the Duval school system better and more efficient and more
economical: than say Highlands County just'because it is big.
ger. We seriously doubt that it is nearly as good. Ib. 45C

The only criteria Rep. Crider appears to have used in con
solidating counties is geographic lines and populations. Is this
scientific evidence for telling lesser counties that we are just
going to do away with you? ,Certainly ,there are other criteriato .. -_ _
be considered.The WE TERN SELECT ; Streak O'LeanBEEF

WJXT Editorial says the opposition to the Crider Bill.
comes from the '"weeping and wailing" of local politicians who I LIVER ,
would lose their jobs. In the first place these politicians are our lb. IB.
elected representatives and we expect them represent' our in- 53e <. < S8e
erests regardless of the status of their office or jobs. < t
l r In the second place our Boatds are not livelihood positions' :
board. members earn their livings separate from political Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-214 lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

salaries, so that losing thesalary, for most,board members would
make little or no economic difference. As to the full: time officeholders <
'two have businesses which probably earn more than rn WHOLE lb. 29
the political salaries and two have professions, 'which- would
earn more than present salaries.

In the third 'place how would WJXT explain the'nonpolitical
organizations such as the'Chamber of Commerce Veteransof
Foreign Wars Woman's Club. Farm Bureau< Cattlemen's"Association -
and others who have been unanimous in wanting to I LEAN CHOICE GROUND BEEF 3lbs. $ '"
keep our identity as Flagler County? They are not politicians.The .

WJXT Editorial says nobody has mentioned the advan
tages of keeping the 67 counties. Hear are a few that we have
Van Camp's No. 2/ Can,
heard people.mention:
PORK <* bEa,- .::4 ,.. : :
.;:F1' We want to keep qur Identity. We are.proud"of bur. h rl.tage' AND BEANS 2"C fY : :
as Flagler County and,want to hold.on to it. '

*' 2, We like small government so that we can get'to the Lady Tabor No. 21j Can ,SUGAR. :',;;,
people that serve us 'and not have to go thru a bunch of clerks Sweet El1 '
'and. deputies as they do in the big counties.. POTATOES ,29*, S'BI' :. 37C .

3. We want access to auto inspections license tags drivers Martha White
licenses occupational:: licenses health department service officer '
] Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
recording office etc. without having to drive ,:eat distances QUICK GRYTS 5 Bba g 39 e ,
and stand in line for hours. .

4. We want to continue to be free from the graft and, corruption Martha White -
'! that is .often prevalent among officeholders in the large SELF lb-
,, counties. We want to' stay small enough that we can know, RISING MEAL 9 Bag 3Ce RAE'TJ'UICE
what iSgOing on. A
Blackburn SpecialSYRUP
5. We do not want to have 'to pay for a bond'issue on anew

t-,.; courthouse and jail for the new county seat Nor do we 7 5', 49C '
t... want to help pay off the bond issues on already bUlft new court Jar QUART 0 I
: houses in Clay Putnam and St. Johns counties that would be BOTTLE 35
vacated under consolidation. We'will satisfied. with our paid +
for 1924 courthouse. '

ti. 6. Even though we are a minority we just resent the Idea
,' of a'majority county saying "We are going to do away with you -- FROZEN FOODS _
f+, because you are too.small and you have nothing to say about .

it.:: I 1. Tin 47* Frosty Acres 6'oz. Can
7. No one has made a study to determine that consolida ORANGE
I ted government Is more efficient or more economical. Certainly JUICE 2 39 Car
: Limit 1 with $5.00 or !more food order
; from all we can hear and read consolidation of state government .
; .. "and consolidation of Duval; and Jacksonville has not yet '. Morton's 20 oz. Size

Fr't ", made for more efficient or more economical government. FRESH PRODUCE -' PEACH Ea.
f:, Let's give these two consolidations a chance to prove them.' or' APPLE PIES 33...,
j' selves before we consider consolidating counties. U. S. ,No. 1POTATOES t

" We do not necessarily approve "status quo" just for the sake I -
r" ,, '... ,. ', of .being opposed to change. If a proper study could satisfy ,us 10 'Bag 49* Better Maid (Plain or S. R.)
- F that some reorganization within our county or. city government '
._. could make, more efficient and economical local government Ga. Red SWEETPOTATOES FLOUR .
I.- .
would,be'for change. 'b'. .
.h'f. we. 3 39e "
John A. Clegg
-' Juicy RedGRAPES: .'
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' : and cooperate with the par I
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llb. Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
ents.We .," 19C more,
Invite you to Join the "
:LETTERS and the teachers' and prlnci- :: .
; .' DlTOR P.,T.A.,and come to our meetings I
: .' whether you have child
: ;: Thursday evening :I attend. rem in school or'not, they are
,;'.' ed' the first meeting' of our open to'interested citizens.
\ p. T. A. and was very disappointed When we invite people to
to''seev'so few 'parents Join P. T. A.. 'we offer what I
t Jn attendance..:,It was an open many Americans seek: a FOOD RODGERS
:}." meeting} ,of the, P. (T. A. with share In continuing construe
! (.. the,: teachers, and prlriclpal Live efforts to build a better till"mill
present ready: the America,:an :America that pro., '
; : vides a happy";uplifting en Mil III" j
.R"; ( : ( parents? yironment for all children.
.:.. ,:.' Is theV' Through P. T. A. .membership SUNDAYS
'interest In your child.' they can channel their: Phone 4373227
The 'meetings' are informal energies and concern into 8OO a.m.-ItOO'p.m.
.,,p.,; .c' :'pal are eager ,to get to know (Continued on page 3) Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Oct' 30 U.S., No.;1 BUNNELL
.- and 31, Nov. 1, 2'and 3, 1969

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY. OCT. 30. 1969 my place to bring In new

; Ideas.I '

united, effective action In LETTER TO THE EDITOR: am Just ap: concerned and
their own school 'and neigh Interest as- I: have always CHURCH .
borhood. Dear Fellow Citizens: been and will continue to be.

I urge everyone who already Due to the fact that I have if I am needed, In any wayI J '
Is a member of the P. T. A, to always' been so concerned will be. glad' to be of any A1..t. J. .j'

extend to friends and, acquaintances about the Recreation Programa .. service to" the) board, to the -
an Jhvltatl6n i number of people have asked
.-tq" commissioners: i lor to the people
Join at one; of our meetings ?:*, me why I1 resigned from themselves.We METHODIST FLAGLER COUNTY
for through PTA"membership *:The Recreation Advisory Board, nood'to
all work together CHURCH DIRECTORY
every citizen can help keep of the county this year. CONFERENCE I
his community and, nation a May I please explain whyI to help the commls- .
siohers Recreation
safe and secure place for did this. v Board' WEDNESDAY. NOV. 5 '
children to grow up In. It Is a real honor and privilege members." > CATHOLIC CHURCHES
It's been my pleasure 'to to be a part of this A service dike this Is for you, Superintendent Dr. The Rev. Father Anthony I
I MUburn McLeod will
work with the Flagler BeachP. Boar It Is composed of six the people, Border for pro. the Charge Conference presideat ,at Leon. Pastor J
fT|. A. as past vice president ern plus the Secretary. gress and success to come we
the 'Bunnell First United Meth-
and this year as public They are appointed by your all must be patient and un St. Marys Church Korona

I ity chairman, and with such a1' County Commissioners. derstanding of one another.Nprffank 5.odist The Church conference Wednesday'wIll be, Nov held Sunday Mass...___._. 7:30 a. m. '1
fine group of parents who are I had been 'a member since, ;; you so much. Weekday Masses: ,, Monday. '
at the church 7:30
'',so willing'to give, ,of their 1965. I felt In 'my heart that p. m. Wednesday and Friday, 8:30: I

time. someone ,else should be given Sincerey yours, METHODISTSPLAN a. m.Blessed. H
I the opportunity to serve. I
i Margaret G. Fraser wanted some one new to take Betty Stefllk FAMILY Sacrament Chapel

Flagler Beach 111
J. NIGHT NOV. 16 Sunday Mass .._.._.:.9:00 a. m. ".
I r $ t 1tkfb.jttti N1f Kf"gb = t4 .m 'mt.
',1". } .!: ,". 4., Weekday Masses: Tuesday
> tI A film "Hearts and Hands" Thursday and Saturday at
; k hwR,'lR will be shown during Family 9:00 a. m.Catechism. .
I 'w R' 'ri fc4;' Night Sunday, November 16 Classes. 3:00: p. m. f

... %io'a ro,,Y' tf'sf,}(? 2Y,;. at the Bunnell First United Tuesday.St. ':
t ;
'+%+:, }i ..X, } ?;S :: :iGt.: ; : :1I
t a' : .y wR'.. .' Methodist Church. The film ...
Z c. 7cSit: r r. < it: f e '
J R+ vs 'FY: }: +I:ar A !:'t- i i ,. Y; explains the use of monies Stephens Bunnell "
:( .5 ;+
5 r :3 .,.r, s9<;, contributed to ,the church'smission Sunday*. Mass:_.._.J0:30 a. m.

projects.A I Catechism Classes: 3 p., m.
covered dish supper will Tuesday. ".
? ,' .rEa r a rA .
be served at 7 p. m., and all Confessions before all masses. .
members of the church are Invited Weekday Devotion: Novenato

", according, to Rev. Earle Our Lady Wednesday and
per: Wilder, pastor. Saturday after Mass.
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MRS SHEFFIELD Community Memorial

Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach -
; WSCS NOV. 5 Reverend R. W.-Dicker Pastor

f fjj. Sunday School ___.._.___._9:45
Mrs. Scott Sheffield will tell Worship Service ____.,_..11:00:
of her experiences while living Ladles Guild:' Last Thursdayof
1 in Vietnam to members of
each month at 2 p. m.
(' f : the Woman's Society of Christ- "

,; Ian Service at the Bunnell
First Baptist ChurchRev.
tK'- First United Methodist Churchat
Charles Anders Pastor
meeting Wednesday,
Nov. 5. Moody Boulevard- Bunnell

: Refreshments"will be served Sunday School__9:45 a. m. .

at 9 a. m. and the business Worship Service..11:00: a. m.

meeting starts at 9:30 a. m. Evening Worship..._7:30 p. m.
Prayer 'Meeting 7:30 p. m.

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CHURCH SERVICES First United Methodist
: I
Lambert Avenue, Sunned
; fiji, Rev. Earle A. Wilder, Pastor
Sw>y3 >
; M: 4 ; "Go ye and learn what that Sunday School.__.9:45 a. m.

jc ( meaneth, I'will have mercy, Worship Service.__.11:00 a. m.
and not sacrifice: for I am not Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45

q. ': t$ ,come tq,,> call the ,righteous,, p.. m. Wednesday
.... x but sinners to repentance."' Childrens Choir Rehearsal: "'"
These words of Jesus are partof 2nd. and 4th Thursday at 3 "

I this Sunday's Christian 3 p., m.
i : \ Science Lesson-Sermon titled MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
: $
: .$ "Everlasting Punishment." 6:30 p. m.

.:""'I, ;: k,; A passage from Science and WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
I. 4Vr Health with Key to the Scrip- 9 a. m.

? tures by Mary Baker Eddy-ex. Friendly. Circle: 3rd Thursday
plains that Jesus "rebuked at 8 p. m.

; y., sinners pointedly and unflinchingly Methodist. Men: 3rd Wednes -

.' because he was day at 7:15 p. m.

: their friend; hence the cup he
I ; drank." Flagler Beach United

r m tags Services are open to the Methodist Church

, ;Ssy
-",. FLAGLER, BEACH UNITED Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
Church School..9:45 a. m.

METHODIST CHURCHDr. Morning Worship...Jl:00 a.''m.Womens .

,. Society Christian
Milburn McLeod, super-
Service 2nd of each
intendent of the Deland Dis : Thursday .
month at..._.._..___..9:30 a. m.
< trict of the United Methodist
Church, will preach at the
eleven o'clock service at the PENTECOSTAL

,r.. hrsj Flagler Beach United Methodist HOLINESS CHURCH :
\. t ? ,, Church, Sunday' Novem- BunnelL Off Franz St.
: sj 1 }fir' ber 2. After the service a fel REV. JOHN L. LINGOLD

lowship dinner will be i served Sunday School"._..10:00 a. m.

.... and Dr. McLeod will conduct Worship Service._-11:00 a. m.
the business, of the church Prayer Meet-.Wed. 7:30 p.., m.
\ conference. All departmentsof Worship Serv__Sun. 7:30: p. m. !
the church will make reports -

i iI x }d td'cy B'ft concerning their 'w rk. St. Thomas
}.:y 1.5 .Eys.Y.y KYJ '}<::: Episcopal
Everyone is invited. The, Rev. Thomas Mably

\74 Priest In Charge J
BAPTIST''' :YOUTH 3 miles east of Bunnell on '

SPEND WEEKENDAT ,. ,Highway 100 t :

SALT SPRINGS Morning Worshlp.1000: a. m.
Church School._..10:00: a. m.
The young people of the Holy Communion first Sundayof
Bunnell First Baptist Church ,each month
enjoyed a1' weekend retreat recently -

.. at Salt Springs. About First Baptist ChurchN.
':'' 15 attended. Central Ave.. Flagler Beach

... "The, group attended the Ga- Rev Max HalL Pastor
tot Growl'at Gainesville, and t
Sunday School ...9:45 a. m. .
... returned to Salt< .Springs". for ,Worship Service.-J.1:00: a. m.
the, weekend. .
Wednesday Evening Prayer

Service ...__.__._7.00 p. m.
- .- -. THANKS' First Wednesday after ;the I

You can't near them laugh in a leuer.Tltaf's We wish to. thank all our First Sunday of each month

friends who helped to celebrate Family Night .._...6:00 p., m.
so'roc L
distance feel' d
of the long calls '
; one reasons \ our 50th anniversary at Business Meeting, '7:30 p. m. I
...' ,,. ""c" J I ;1
"f the Flagler 'Pier Community Hymn"'Sing 1st ,r
,, T. : 1: : and helpedto
..- .I : make it a joyous occasion.. Sunday of each month 7 p.m.
; JIbe kind ,remembrances .of
: @AS&ithernBeH 'gifts were greatly ATTEND THE ..1CHURCH'
.. appreciated. ;
:I '.-' / -, ,; :' '. i, >> .''<'r v OF YOUR 'lIS.

." .. .' ," ," 'r "' .L.. \ -t _......... .. Harry and Ann. **" Gerdes, CHOICE ON SUNDAY3THE '
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Mr. Faircloth comes to Bun }k
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nell High School from Fort kti.e
White Florida where he j k

taught one year at Fort White

School. Y
Majoring in agriculture he
received his Bachelor of

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FENNELL-FRENCH The bride was given in

marriage by her father. Miss r rx
NUPTIALS Rebecca Durrance. Flagler

S ric Mr.Fennell and Mrs.are at Samuel home at Ken.716 was Beach maid cousin of honor.of the Mr.bride Fen- d .. ?a\" -M'. ',. v, ...a', ,.. a... .. ... .,..t ..,. ;">:'n, ,::t:1:

Avenue A. Holly Hill after nell was his son's best man. Flagler Woman's Club members pictured above served re.

their marriage Sept. 5 in Port There was a reception after freshments to the large crowd attending the club's "Meet Your

Orange Methodist Church. ward at the' home of thebrlde's Community Leaders" program Thursday night. Hostess at the I

The Rev. Richard Van Dyne parents. Assisting with' ThiLjiD. event were Miss Helen Nolte and Mrs. S. Novick.
the Mrs. Fennell.
officiated at the double ring serving were
mother of the bridegroom and -
.. ceremony.The :.
Mrs... W. E. Knight grand. GARDEN- CLUBBERSTO HAW CREEK ,
bride is the former Miss mother of the bride. Miss HALLOWEENPARTY
Patricia Kay French daugh. Leona Durrance Flagler '
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Beach cousin of the bride, D. FAIRCLOTH SAT. NITE .,

French 1224 S. Peninsula kept the bride's book. Science degree from University Mrs. Essie Thompson; Flag. The Haw Creek Community

Drive Daytona Beach and The couple plan to continue of Florida where he was a ler County Home Economist Club annual Halloween party

granddaughter of Mrs. Wale their education at Daytona member of Alpha Gamma Rho will be guestspeaker at the for members and their families -

ter E. Knight., }Bunnell. Her Spring. The bridegroom is fraternity.His Flagler Beach Garden Club in scheduled Saturday
j husband is the son of Mr. and presently employed by Phillips experience dealing with meeting Wednesday, Nov. 5 night at 6:00 'at the commun
Mrs. James S. ,Fennell Day and Wine Associates 'in farming also includes that of at 1:30 p.m. in the Flagler ity hall.

tona Beach.SHANNON Daytona Beach. ''living'and working on* a farm Beach Municipal Hall. There will be games and a

since childhood.Mr. Mrs. Otis Magee and Mrs. weiner roast. Those planning
and Mrs. Faircloth
STRICKLAND STACHURSKIMcCABEMARRIAGE are Frank Schwenk will be hose to attend are asked to bring
residing in their mobile home
tesses. cooking sticks according to
CELEBRATES 4th. off nell.West; ,"Moody Blvd., Bun All members are urged to Mrs. Gene Knight. '.
attend according to Mrs.
BIRTHDAY SATURDAY NOV. 1 Stanley Farnsworth vice Mrs.
pres. Evelyn 'White.. spent
Shannon Strickland celebrated Mrs. Lola H. McCabe and Miss Linda Leeds is teaching ident. the weekend at Lakeland visiting

his fourth birthday Gerald Jerome Stachurskl World History and American her brother and 'sisterIn
History at Bunnell High Mrs. W. W. Deen spent several law Mr. and
Saturday afternoon at a partyat both of 'Bunnell, will be married Mrs. C. E.
his home in Favorita. Saturday November 1 at School and is also junior class days last week in Winter Fowler .

7:30 m. in Bunnell First sponsor. Park with her daughter Dolores -
A circus theme was used in p.
the decorations' refresh United Methodist Church The been, who was a patientIn SHAWS HAVE -.' -

ments of cake and ice cream Rev. Earle Wilder will, perform 'Rollins College Infirmary. HOUSEGUESTS .

served to. the young guests. the ceremony.All ,House guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.. John
Mrs. R. Revels and Miss Ja- friends of the couple are Clegg. Attorney and Mrs, Leland B.
nelle Revels assisted Mrs. invited to the ceremony and F and Miss Marie Muzyka visited Shaw,at Lake Diston their
in Gainesville
reception afterward at the Sunday with
Strickland .the serving. son and daughter in law.
Paul Forsythe who Is a
Stachurski home 304 North pa.
Outdoor games were 'enjoy."' Chuhch Street BunnellBIRTHDAY tient In the Veterans Hospital. Major and Mrs. Robert L.
ed and winners Shaw' and
prizes, were son of Washington,
Debbie Freeman and. Kyle VACATION IN CAROLINA D. C. '

Eatman. Major Shaw recently .
Mr and Mrs. H1. 6: completed
; ; Cobb
Joining Shannon for:' the DATA have returhed'home after"sev( : r J I an Army 'languagecourse
celebration were Debbie Free.. at' Washington. The
Happy. birthday this1'week to: eral days vacation In North:
man Daytona Beach; Nita plan to leave next
Duenslng Carolina.
Today: Clyde Sr., :
and Elalna Hilsenbeck De- week for Hawaii where
Judy Ann Clark Clarence Mrs. S. H. Cameron MaJ-
land; Michael Whitney Lew I accompanied Shaw will enter the University .
Kuhn. W'"Jf them on the .trip and
and Britt Wadsworth. William ; Hawaii for advancedtraining'
Friday: Julian CaudllL visited relatives in Belvedere
and Tressle In Indian
Emily Lenssen for
Saturday: Thera Cowart, i, S. C.PAULA.
and Lee Dupont Stacy and a future assignment at India.
Marcella Prather, Ken Dawson -
Christy Mathen Dexter Harris Barbara Will John Kun- LYNN BARROW '
_- Charles Bembry Dale IDLEWOOD
Clegg 'arid Kyle Eatman. kle.Sunday: Teddy WInkleman. Mr. and'' Mrs. Paul A. Barrow MASQUERADE .
are parents of a daughter '
Tuesday:, David Wakeman. born October 13 at Bunnell SATURDAY NITE (

CANADIAN VISITORS Sandra Jean Zance.Wednesday General Hospital.. She has Idlewood clubbers and their
: Dan Cody. MISS LINDA LEEDS been named Paula Lynn Bar. guests will gather at the

Mrs. Alex Barbeau, Mrs. She comes to {Flagler County beach home of Mr. and Mrs.:

Maurice LImaje both/of Nuns by) way of Long Island Ni row.Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene C. 'Nip Dale Brown Jr., S. AlA Flag

Island Montreal Canada and COME TO BUNNELL TO Y. and West 'Palm' Beach per. Bunnell, are the maternal ler Beach Saturday night at

I Mr. and Mrs. Serge 'Renaulde, Florida. She was 'graduatedfrom grandparents and" Mrs.. ,7 p.m. for their annual Hallo. '
.. Verdun Canada arrived last SHOP Stetson University where Charles Worley Bunnell,. Is ween party,and covered dish '-

: Wednesday at Flagler Beach Your Off .she majored :in European the paternal grandmother. '' supper. .
I! to visit Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drop Laundry History and she studied in

Before Pick-up Later
; Miss Leeds Is residing, -at '
and \Mrs.. Arthur Carle
I and Mrs. June Deen, of Flagler Beach and her main and daughters Kelli and Kim.. Mr and"Mrs! Victor Buckles
Miami, visited in Bunnell last 20 Ibs Washer 35c Interests include sewing and berly of Minneapolis{ : Minnesota .. and ,sons Gary and Michael,

week with his brother' and reading. arrived Sunday to spend spent the weekend at Miami

Ister in law Mr. and,Mrs.,Duane !.4ibsWasher25cWe ATTEND three weeks vacation: In' Bun. where they attended the Southern -

A. Deen. BRANNAMS nelL Area American Legion
GROCERS MEETIN They are visiting his parents -, Conference! at Miami at Post.

Mrs. Layida Kieffer of Miami Wash ORLANDOMr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray'Carle, 29.A.
visited here last week and 11\ rs. Levi Brannam 'Orange Street, BunnellMr. Sunday they attended the

with her mother Mrs. Thelma Sir., Bunnell attended the Dolphins/ Buffalo Bills
Walters Flagler Beach whois Retail Grocers Association of and Mrs. Richard Hos- game at the Orange Bowl. En-
a patient at Bunnell Gen Laundry Florida 32nd annual convention ford of Lake' Placid spent the route home they stopped in

eral,Hospital. at'the Robert 'Meyer Motor weekend In Bunnell visiting' Hialeah to visit former Flagler

US 1 Inn -'at Orlando Sunday. his mother Mrs. G.,:J. Hosford Countlans Mr. and'Mrs.
Sara Rodgers of Titusville October 19. ,Anderson St.,. Frank Hutcheson and family.

..... visited in Bunnell Saturday Bunnell, Florida '
,:. '. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. .- "'X

A. C.,Rodgers.J. P. S. Don't ,Forget to Fountain Grill

Waah Car -
B. High 'Washington, D. ,t

t" C. spent last week in Bun Thrift-T Car Wash Good
: nell visiting his mother Mrs., food Reasonably .

V. B. High. :', OPENING SPECIAL SO" ..

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THURSDAY. OCT. 30 1969I 0> ;, :
'''' 1 i.J' :
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scribers to the memorial Social Security .' I : plaque will cease. For further I f

I ySpeaking information. the Administrative N-E-W-S I

It is anticipated that by

January 1, 1970, a training Q. I remarried ;and use my
school for nurses''aides'
will new name on my. Medicare
have been established at this claim. It was turned down. rn ?{ f Y"f

facility. We have subscribed How can I collect? ...
to the Hospital Research and A. Ask your local security
Educational Trust Foundationof office to have 'the records J:'

Chicago, Illinois and expect changed to show your new
booklets and teaching mater name.: Then the Medicare
ial to arrive' within the very claim can be 1)ald. Any ,
near future. Individuals in change in name or address
the area that would be Interested should be reported to social : I

in taking this nurses security right away so ,that
aide program which Is approved your records will be correct.Q. .
program and upon comple I'm getting social secur
tion, the Individual will re ity and didn't expect to earn
ceive a certificate stating that 'any money. But I've returnedto

they have completed the bas work and will probablyearn .. ..
ic program for nurses aide about $2,000.00 this year. FROM OUR FILES ,

training' approved by the national What should I -do about my The above photographs were used In a feature '"Citizens of

associations, should social security checks? Tomorrow" published in the Flagler Tribune in 1949. We won-
contact the ,Director and file A. Since you will earn over dered, how many of'our readers could identify these youngstersof
application as soon as possible $1680 for ,this of
year, part
yesteryear. The answers are at the bottom of the page. .,
E so that they will be eli your benefits will have to ,be r
Bible on January 1st to begin withheld. If you actually earn +
this course. There will be no $2,000.00,,for 1969"" $160.00 will .
charge for individuals, for have to withheld:! Your social w food news & cues i !
course other than the nec- security: office can give youa
essary educational materials more detailed explanation.Q. j
Administrative Director"CONSTRUCTION"
which may amount to .around When my neighbor was 00- : from the Quaker Test Kitchens

$5.00 per individual.: Interested In the hospital under Medi-
persons please contact Mr. care, Medicare paid for the ?
The proposed constructionof Bentley at the hospital. cost of his private room, but 'PHRIENDLY PHANTOM JOINS HALLOWEEN FUN
this facility which included when I was in the same hos
the addition of twelve ((12)
pital, Medicare would not pay ,' ,
semiprivate rooms, intensivecare WISEHAUPTSPEAKS for the cost of, my privateroom.
unit, central supply area Why?
and new surgical suite has TO FLAGLER SENIOR A. Medicare pays for the ..-
finally been completed. Of the cost of a private room only if
original construction the only CITIZENS CLUB the patient's doctor states his.
items remaining Is'the paving condition is such that a pri-
of the two ((2) new park "The most important thingto vate room Is medically nec
ing areas for visitors,and hos ,
people are people, declared essary. .
pital employees. Howard K. Wisehaupt, r
Much thought has been given Flagler Beach business anal
to the Emergency facilities yst and lecturer, speaking at ., \
that we felt insufficient for the Oct. 21 luncheon meeting 'CYCLE VICTIM I'I"
the proposed growth ''of this of the Flagler Senior Citizens .

county' and consequently have' Club. "We need love, people DIES IN JAX., .
added to;our expansion plans, need people he added. .

a four (4)) bed emergencyroom Commenting on youth, Clyde L.. .Cauley,, 40; died ....f
suite along with a three Wisehaupt said, "Lack of af Saturday, at St., Vincent's Hospital
((3)) bed observation ward for. fection has cost us our yout ." Jacksonville, from injuries *
overnight observation of patients Referring to the disorder on sustained when he was
that are not actually' college campuses, he said thrown from a motorcycle Fri .
111 that would not require this was the result ,of a communist day, I might He I Is the son of
immediate hospitalization but plot to undermine our Bud Cauley of Bunnell., "Whooo Whooo ." Ghosts, goblins witches and hobos
rather for diagnostic work. democratic way of, life. "Get Cauley, who :"lived, at 333 ,. are out celebrating a spooky Halloween eve. Trick or' treatingis
This construction has started the schools," was the Jnstruc- Center St., Jacksonville, had fun for youngsters as they run from house to house gathering ,
and}is. progressing accordingto iton frorn: .jthe.Kreml {1"to' Its, purehased the : a.cblneFd..., t.' goodies Games and fun continue -
for Halloween party;
their friends
over a
schedule. ,It is hoped to In Winding
< ', henchmen America." day ;ind.\yas goi ig to show a with fortune telling, bobbing for apples and a hunt for I' ... \
have all of the new construction up' his talk before the '34 friend the motorcycle, when 'ff the witch's broom. And no party is complete without refresh- ..
finished prior to the holi- club members attending the he lost control and, was ments. For a festive centerpiece make a "Phriendly Phantom" t
day season and anticipate (luncheon, Wisehaupt urged thrown from the machine. Ghost. Puffed rice is combined with a marshmallow-butter mixture ,
remodeling of the ten ((10) those present to "Be the best Funeral services were Tues. '\ and molded to form a ghost. He's- fun to look at, and kids,
private rooms in the south of what you are" and to say day afternoon in, Jacksonville will enjoy eating this chewy ghost, too. Serve doughnuts and
end of the building. what; is "good" about people Other ,survivors include his warm spiced cider for a '"Happy Halloween". _
Added this week was a patient ''and not to gossip about their wife, Jo, Jacksonville;' and 2 "PHRIENDLY PHANTOM" GIIOSTt'I* f:

register which is locatedat "shortcomings." sons, Leroy 15 and Andy 5, Makes 1 ghost. '
tne information desk: upon Presiding in the absence of both of Jacksonville. 6 cups puffed rice !/2 teaspoon vanilla ": ;.
which all patient's names are Chairman E' Lester Stanton, 3 cups miniature marsh. .Ir j ;. z large licorice gumdrop. '
added upon admission and Gilbert Krier, vice chairman, mallows "::&.*kf cut into 3 circles ""
placed In the revolving regis announced that the club's For Fast Results J4 cup butter or mar- *> ,.,;, ,\0
ter opposite the room number Nov. 4 evening dinner meeting garlne I hil.-
assigned to them. This, we anticipate would be held In fellowship READ and USE Heat puffed rice In shallow baking pan in preheated moderateoven -- ':
will make it easier hall at the Flagler s 350F.) about 10 minutes. Pour into greased large bowl. .,.,.?
Melt marshmallows and.butter In saucepan over low helt. stir
for visitors in locating pa. '
Beach Methodist Church. It's IPEWANTADSEGULARLY
ring occasionally until smooth. Add vanilla.
tients rather than having to
clubroom in the Flagler
the Pour over puffed rice stirring until evenly coated. With:
seek information from Beach Municipal Building will greased hands, shape a figure that resembles a ghost, about H- '
switchboard operators and re be In use as a polling placeon Inches high. Attach gumdrop circles with confectioners sugac '
ceptionist.The and Mrs. the and the mouth.
that day. Rev. frosting for eyes
unit has _-. ___ __.-'---__
intensive care Reynold Hoover will show -
been in full 'operation for approximately slides of pictures taken when
two weeks and I they were in Europe this I
am happy to report that the year.

unit Itself is providing the Krier also said that a tripto iaDces
care that' we feel necessaryin Six Gun Territory was Siegfried

the intensive care area. planned for Wednesday, Nov. f fI
There has been only one day the 5, according to publicity I fI
that I can recall where chairman Walter Creal. FOR FASTER AND BETTER SERVICE .
not have
intensive care did .
at least one patient in the WE ARE NOW OPENING A BRANCH STORE .t'J .
unit 'Itself.I1:1e CARD OF THANKSI ._
Chapel, as you recall, .
has been, completely finished, would like to take this >TSTovexxilbej 1st ; :

however, I would report at this method of thanking my .. : S .
approximately friends for their many kind- ,
time that we are ;. .
red of completing nesses during the'' illness and ? a '
$300 in the ; .
payments on equipmentand death 'of my .. ." :
furnishings ordered for Dees. ., I" "'
the chapel. The only two Deep appreciation) Js extended used : "
: Featuring appliances; & TV's. :,>:.*
items that, 'have not been to the doctors'and .,
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placed in the chapel at this staff at Bunnell: General Hos) ,. 1v I' .
time are the two artificial pital for, their care' and >J all .
Repairs on .major .appliances. '
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plants that will decorate each thoughtfulness. j ". ;, t. -
'side 'of the' altar. I wold like I am deeply grateful. j '

to mention at this time that .' / Thousands of used appliance parts :,:. ,.:,:;- .;:
We have had one more memorial Mrs. James sMlnchew -:. ,

since the, last insertionIn John I ,', "' at our Holly Hill I location :T/, :','
of Charles
memory .
Mlsslnne by his wife and CITIZENS OF TOMORROW .. ;

children. We certainly appreciate and- ANSWERS: Top row, 1 to r, ', '" S Call 437-3835-:9-4:30Mon., Fri. -':; i
'all the contributions and David Cook: Herbert ... = ,v <<
Jim .
memorials! that we have re- Judy Lewis Park and 9:00 1OO. Sat. :.' :
ceived and hope that this procedure Rodgers David Lewis. ,' l1.j'i. "L1 'r"A I. t.L 'I.. :i

will continue. Those Bottom row, 1 to r, Phyllis .!
desiring to have memorials Hosford Hirschi and Bryce ": We Are: Sure We# Can..eJease. You ::

added to the original plaqueare soonas Hosford; Edward yZeller. ''Joann "! .. '" .. .. ,.un ....> '
as '
requested to do so Morris ,Ellis ,and Randy :ft. +. ,_ "
the holiday p.,, ... ,& .. .
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THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY. OCT. 30 1969 EDD KNAPP,' CHAPPELL SAYS Chappell said the farmer is
,I not to blame for rising food

pressure on almost everyone;
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING 6 Deluxe solid state fully DIED SUNDAYEdd cattlemen are not to blamefor

transistorized sterephonic high Congressman Bill Chappell rising meat prices.
1316 South
fidelity consoles in beautiful Central Knapp, 74, today labeled the farmer as "You are.,,doing the best you
halnd rubbed finish. Deluxe Beach Avenue "the forgotten man In the can with government Inter-
\\L ga BSR 4 speed record changerand night, died at unexpectedly his home. American economy ference," he said. "It's time
4 speaker audio system.To free to
tie born in Marlon Speaking before the Lake you were operate your
be sold for $79.00 each. Can County Farm Bureau In, Lees- farm as a business. Then and
County Illinois and a
TROPIC GARDENLet be paid for at $8.54 per month. winter was burg, Chappell said governmental only then will the law of sup-
visitor at Flagler
us help beautify Flagler May be Inspected in warehouse Beach.He controls on agriculture !:; ply and demand drive pricesto
County. Large variety of ever- at Unclaimed Freight, reasonable "
are "driving the small more levels.
Is his wife
survived ,
greens, palms, hedge plants. 527 Volusia, Daytona Mon. Clea by farmer out of business and Chappell said the farmer
5V4 miles S of Bunnell on thru ,Fri. 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. and 2 sons. the large farmer into the gets very little more for his
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfcfeEPTIC Sat. 9 a. to 1 Itc The body :was forwarded to: '
m. p._m. Flora. Illinois for services and. bonds .of even tighter con- products than he did a few

trols. ,years ago. ,
TANK cleaning; drain Home Ironing-Will take In burial. ,.Chappell called for, relaxed "Yet, it costs you more for
Roter be done in Craig Funeral Home, Bun
fields installed: Rota- Ironing my more'to
.labor and
federal activity In agriculture plant and
feriall shell. Reasonable prices. home., Mrs. R. Lerch 4392469. nell, was In charge of local "
and the enactment of meaningful harvest, he said. '
Call George Jarosz. 437.3410 8.1-ti Itc. arrangements. agricultral: legislation Chappell' told the agriculture ",

FOR SALE-Used Furnishings which will "free (the farmerto group he will support .

FOR SALE-37 ft. house trail. Tables, chairs lamps, sofa, JiOSPITAL NOTESADM1T1'ED do his job as. only he knows meaningful legislation which i
er.complete with SOxlOO ft. lot bed, mattress and springs, how to do it.. will cut (the farmer loose from j
between Ilwy. AlA and canal blankets, pictures, platform : "Today's farmer is caughtIn unreasonable

seven miles north of Flagler rocker. 2100 S. Central Ave.; GeraldIne Brown, John the economic -,squeeze" ,controls. govemmental'J.J.

Beach, $2100. Call 439.2000 or Flagler Beach, after 3 p. m. Hall, Shirley Cauley, Stratton' Chappell said. "He pays
:: 439.2380 after 5 p. m. on/week only. Oct. 30 2tp Norcross Hazel Holland, John more for feed,seed, and equIpment i

., ends. 1O.2-TFC Campbell, Harry Bullock, and more for the necessities TREES ARE )
FOR SALE-Beige Duncan Walker Dunson, Zeno Loulzes, of living. But he's, .
} TO SETTLE ESTATE-Well Phyfe sofa, two mahoganyend Melvin Nelson, Louise Brooks, caught in a box when It comes. EVERYBODY'S ;
located 2 bedroom furnished tables and small drum : ;
t Charles Grant, Marie Will- to determining for himself ,> BUSINESS! fl.
i L cottage, close to ocean and inland table. Contact Mrs. Cary Holland lams.. how much wheat he will FIORD: FXST.- ,

T waterway. Ehone 439- at 437.3933 ,after 4 p. m. grow or how many beans hfe .Y tat.LOM a .:::.pb.Yiy,... :
; 2020. Oct. 9, 4tc. weekdays or anytime week DISCHARGED: will harvest." ,.u..., j
I { ends. Oct. 30 Itc. j
CALL BOB for lawn maintenance Howard Hollenbach, Taudy .. ,
,' painting inside or out- Cottage For RentFurnIshedand Bowden, Richard Cantrell, ..,
side, small repairs 'and odd air-conditioned.. Phone Hazel GIvens, Dorothy Kinney, 'i
Jobs. Call 4392502. 10.9.4tc 4373915. Oct. 30, 1tp. Harry Bullock, Shirley Cauley, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN ,OR WOMAN

FOR" RENT-Furnished 2 bed- FOR SALE or RENT-3 bed-' Neva Quinn Eise Saxori>)bach, 'Otis, Mollie Nipper.Lane, Reliable person from .this area to service and collect ,

rooms, modern garage apartment room house 20 acres of land. l from automatic dispensers. No experience

\, central heat and car Call 246.2949 Bainbridge Ga. needed We establish accounts for you. Car, '.
pet. Contact Arthur Babbitt, or write C. H. Knight, 116 East PART TIME-FULL TIME references and $985.00 to $1785.00 cash capital

3rd St., South, Flagler Beach College, Bainbridge Ga. TFC Earn. $2.5Q -$3.00 hr. In your necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent
Oct. 16, TFC spare time. Build a businessof
FOR SALE-1965 Plymouth your own. Write Box 823, monthly income. Full time more. For local inter-
:HELP WANTED-Mature man Fury III auto A. C., Excellent Ormond Beach. Call 677.2056 view, write, include telephone number, Eagle Industries -

for night shift at service condition, will trade for pick or 4392117. 10304tp. 4725 Excelsior Blvd., St. Louis Park,
station. Call 4373410. 2tp up truck. Call or see Charles: Minnesota. 55416.BUNNELL .
I Trad 4392330. 10-30, 4tc. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT
4 New 1969 ZigZagSewing I
'I, 3 Electrolux Vacuum.Cleaners."World's UNCLAIMED FREIGHT Machines with full factory

; most powerful tank- guarantee..,* Nationally adver-
Now has new refrigeratorsand *
,cleaner. To be sold for
type tised brands to be sold for .
freezers as low $79.95. CUSTOM KITCHENS
each $6.18 monthly. as I ,
339.95 or
$29:00 each. Can be paid for
May be inspected In Ware- Can be paid for monthly. Maybe
monthly. These machines
Unclaimed Freight, 527 inspected at Unclaimed maybe
inspected in warehouse at PLAN AHEAD FORCHRISTMAS
Volusia, Daytona Mon. thru Freight, 527 Volusia, Daytona
: Beach. Mon. Fri. 9 am. 6 p. 1 p.m. eendlSacmfwyph
Fri. 9 6 Sat.
a. m. p. -
Itc m. Sat. 9 am 1 pm. Unclaimed-Freight, 527 Vdlu-
: 9
I'" ": a.m. 1p.m. Itc. sia, Daytona Mon. thru Fri.

$ START EARLY 9 a.m. 6 p.m.-Sat. 9 a.m. LET US HELP YOU PLAN FOR ,

PAINT UP NOW 1 p. m. 1tc.I Gun Racks : : Built, in ,Kitchens
it 3 Gal.Good Latex SS AVON Bookcases i.s Built In' 'Furniture ]

Choice 70 Pastel 'Colors Flagler Beach REPRESENTATIVEReplacing .- ? Vanities :: Breakfast Bars '

YEOMAN'S PAINT / Tel 439.2304 Mary Lou No order too 'small' (minimum $4) .
: ; FACTORY 439-2098 Day or Night I Durrance I
w 677.8020.. 1826 Nova Road Caning Hours:- 7 tQ 8 a.m. Lamin.ated Plastics : : Upholstery Fronts
.: ORMOND and from 12 to 1 p.m. RACHEL RUSSELL

Phone 439.2516 FREE ESTIMATES

Evening* Planning Arranged

Would You Believe _. 107 Bay St. Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928

t after you see All Highballs, Martinis

your doctor. &' Manhattans are Free
Upon presentation of this
} ad we will give you and
x bring yourprescription CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
yourwlfe or girl friend, a

to free: drink, ,with dinner.:
a. H. CRAIG.. Funeral Director
I Spanish & Continental
Cuisine JOHN CAPO.. Manager ,


Professional Bldg. 8296282St. ,

Augustine. Florida
Phone ID 7-3532
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.Registered jFlagler County. InsuranceAgency

BunnelL Florida .


1 ..iDis'abled'' American Veterans IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOIL ;
KL.AOLKH COUNTY, FLORIDA All Forms of Insurance
\ CAss"' ::: NO. 839 UIV. E
: TONIGHT (Thursday )
( IDA. ROSETTA PlaintiffCHARLES KERNS. 305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone, 437-3171

tw : Jim Booe Chapter No..86 Defendant
t whose residence Is unknown .. -..
: S I FIED that an action for divorce -
t has been filed against you and
1.I" you are required to serve a copy
I of your written'If any
f.. ,. to It. on the plaintiffs attorney, ,I..1a
''j., .. 't ON TIMECERTIFICATES NICHOLAS whose name A. GEORGE and address of Os-is
c slnsky & 600 N. Olean-
.it : ?;, Florida der Avenue.and file Daytona the originalwith Beach .. ., ,
\ .. the Clerk of the above *"
..!; ;. styled Court on or before Nov- .
%r':'.. ''VOL..A. MINIMUM S3.00O90 DAYS ember 24.;1969; otherwise a judg- > 1500 S. Daytona Avenue *
r." t ment be entered against
'_ a '; may
: .- .t.. YBANK RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY: you for the relief demanded In
'..11_ >....... NATIONAL, thw T EkaJntm hand petition.and, the Flagler Beach '

fc I75f seal of the said Court on the ,
: l, .: Ph. 677.8217 W. Granada 14th day' of October. 1989. .. .

"i ". Ormond Beach Florida GEORGE Jc Circuit M. MOODY Court Telephone, 439-2169, T., J. ,Miller, Owner
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ship 13 South Range 30 East, SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE recorded N HAIr; COMPLAINT on PI)TI- Min. 119" wheel base '
located 1000.00 feet Easterly of O. R. Book 23. page TION'AND TO SHOW CAUSE IF 11II V-8 Engine Min,. 260 :H. P.
I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the. Southwest corner of said 215 In fn"o of THE FEDERAL ANY YOU HAVE. WHY SAID Automatic Transmission .7'
Section 20 thence run ;North LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA; PROPERTY SHOULD NOT BE Speed Forward Shift'
East 901.90feet: thence and TIMBER DEED recorded In
j 41"47 30
T1IM Tin JUDICIAL CIUCUIT. North 4139.30* East 316690 feet O R Book 28.paKe 496 in favor AND PURPOSES AS SET Air Conditioned. Factory Installed .
60 thence continue of OCALA LUMBER
98 plus
FLORIDA to Station North 41 39'30" East 300 .* OR PETITION FILED HEREIN.IF Alternator Mln. 65 Amp. i,
CIVIL ACTION NO. 1040A. Station 101 plus 50; IF SAID DEFENDANTS ARE YOU FAIL TO DO SO A Power Steering
continue 'North 41-39'30" LIVING 'AND JF ANY OR ALL

I 4149'30 East 656.76 feet to ARE DECEASED DEMANDED IN TilE Spotlight
the East boundary THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
I Plaintiffs) a point on WITNESS MY HAND AND Blue In color -
20 located 612.28feet HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES
: I of said Southerly Section of the Northeast CREDITORS, LIENORS, OR SEAL OF SAID COURT ON THE :Heavy Duty Suspensions.
I n. W. coD' al.. of ,said Section 20; OTHER PARTIES CLAIMINGBY. 17th' DAY' OF OCTOBER. A. D.. The above bid to Include A
Defendantl'l.' corner PARCEL No. 110.1, 110.3 cont.' ) THROUGH UNDER, OR 1969CLERK Trade-In Allowance on a :1967"FourDoor
t NOTICE. OK BEARING TOSHOW Containing 209.196 square feet AGAINST ANY SUCH DECEASED OF TIlE .CIRCUIT Chevrolet and t.B Include -
CAUSE NOTICEOF COURTBy transfer of equipment:
less, exclusive DEFENDANT OR DEFEND
<4.802 acres), more or
J Ss' L. therefrom
FLORIDA of existing road Clerk: '
s' THE STATE OF TO: DEAD THEIR UNKNOWN Deputy Prices to 1 be Fob Bunnell. Indicating
i Federal Land Bank of of way. ( approximate deliverydate.
OWNED BYJ :"ll3.
f Columbia wife BLANCHE LEGATEES GRANTEESCRED' Oct. 30 Nov 6. 13. 4tc ,
.) ('c/o R' A.' Darr, President TUCKER. TTTfKER and ITORS LIENORS. OR OTHER ....- ._ -- Each bid shall be addressed to
: South Carolina T. the City Commission. P- O. Box
PARCEL No. 110.1. 110.3. in R. Book 23 page THROUGH 'UNDER, OR 756. Bunnell. Florid a ,32)fcO.
j R"'jes.3\ recorded 215 in rO AGAINST ANY SUCH DECEASED REQUEST FOIL I1IDS, marked "Bid on Police Car". Tlte.City .
k Benjamin I3ANKoOF COLUUEMBIAtAL : DEFENDANT OR DEFEND Sealed bids will be received In Commissioners reserve then
t 1911 Washington, Street LAND RIGHT OF WAY ANTS AND ALL PARTIES HAVING the the City' Clerk of the right to reject any and all bilk:
' Wilmington. Delaware PARCEL NO. 1121. 112.2 OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ,City ieBtti Florida In the and to accept the bid that In ftsn
PARCEL No. 112.1. 112.2 ot: ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST Civic Center Building on or before judgment will be for the beefInterest
/ H.' D. -.Te ter. Sr.1917'Waahington. That The part SEJA ot the SW of Section IN AND TO THE 4:30 P. :M. on the 3rd day or of the City of Bunnell..
Street 16. Township 13: South. PROPERTY. DESCRIBED IN D. 1969. for one Florida. v
flve19 Oerpltk.
Wilmington Delaware 30 East, lying Southerly THE COMPLAINT TO-WITl Truck for the- WITNESS my hand and official
PARCEL NoRIGHT .2WAY Range and within 25 feet of the survey YOU AND EACH OF YOU Street Department with the following seal! this 13th day of October.
OF line of State Road 8.304. ARE HEREBY SEVERALLY specifications: A.. D. 1969 .
I PARCEL NO. ;110.1, 110.3 Section 73510. said survey line NOTIFIED 'THAT ,THE PLAINTIFFS One (1) Fleet-Sized. % Ton City Bunneljllcer" Mayor.
") Thatpart of: described as follows ) FILED ITS SWORN PI<-k.Uo Truck of
'The NE*, Southerly .-of the being Begin at a point on the South COMPLAINT OR PETITION. Front"Springs 3000 Ibs. SEALATTKST:
100 toot rights of way of the old boundary of Section 16.. Township TOGETHER WITH ITS'DECLARATION Rear Axel 5200 Ibs :
Dupont Railroad. Section 30. 13 South, Range 30 East OF TAKING IN THE Engine ,- 240 cu. In (Mln) /Barbara C. McCabe .....
Township 13 South Range. 30 located 611.57 feet Easterly oiSthe ABOVE STYLED COURT 'Clutch 123 so. In. (Mln) City Clerk
East, Southwest corner of said AGAINST YOU AND EACH OB' Transmission 3 Speed Oct. 16.30 2ta
BO :
Southerly and within North 41- YOU AS DEFENDANTS SEEK- Brakes c ----
lying 16 thence run
Section ; : ,
the center 73510 5s aid 49'30" East 438.69 feet; thence ING TO CONDEMN THE ABOVE Steering Manual LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
Road S-04. c l dll& North 41-38'30" East 605849 DESCRIBED PROPERTY LOCATED Tires '- Tube-Type (750-1C
descri & as TIIR' CIRCUIT> COunT OK-
center line being feet thence North 41-31'lS" East ,IN, COUNTY. Mln) ."
follows:, the 873.35: feet to a point on the FLORIDA BY EMINENT DO-. Inside; Body Length 96" KI.AUL.KIt COUNTY' KL.OUI.In .'.
at point on 16 MAIN PROCEEDING :Heater "
Commence a of said Section
Section 30. East boundary In C... No. 641-1)
.East boundary of 210.45 feet Southerly of YOU ARE FURTHER NOTI- Outside :Mirrors
Township- 13 South.'' Range 30 located the Northeast corner of, said Section FIED THAT THE PETITIONERS Color Darkest Blue Available RUBY NELL CASEY'Plaintiff
5ou :
feet '
1053.08 UP FOR ,
East located .
16 lIN1YIF8
therly ot. the Northeast corner Containing; 6440 square feet IIE: THE HONORABLE The above bid to Include a. CASEY vs.I .
ot saId Section 30: thence run acre), more or less exclusive HOWELL W. MEL- Trade*In Allowance on a v 1961 D.
North '4812'30" Wes 25 !Feal (0.148 of existing road rights of TON. ONE OF THfo.TUDGES OF Chevrolet kFVJ'I kefl cyl. Defendant
the point of beginning THE ABOVE STYLED COURTON Prices&o be :fJ':. indicating STATE] TO FLORIDA' '
s line thence South 41-41'30" West WCVVNEDBY BENJAMIN D. THE 16th DAY OF DECEMBER approximate delivery THE OF TOJ
.. 1648.40? feet to the beginning or. SUBJECT TO INTEREST. If A. D.," 1989. AT 3:00: O' date. L. D. CASEYco "

5-5 a curve, a vreaJruh: r ;Vjftg any ot if. D. JESTER, SR.i CLOCK P. M COUNTY* IN BUNNELL. Each bid shall be addressed to' Route C. i"B a.el2A ,
**. Iv, having a. DRAINAGE EASEMENTPARCEL FLAGLER COURTHOUSE the City Commission' P. O Box:
,.,feet and a central angle ot NO. 114.1. 114.2. 114;3 FLORIDA ITS APPLICATION 766, Bunnell. Florida 3201O Forest City Arkansas
42.12'00" thence Westerly LATERAL DITCH. LEFT (WE3TERLYSTATION FOR AN ORDER OF marked "Bid on .Plck-Up Truck.1 You are hereby notified that '.
: ..;1406.67 feet along said curve tothd 74 plus 98.50 TAKING IN ACCORDANCE The City Commission l a suit nan been filed against you
: thence : / y.r rv.i1bid. : In the above entitled cause and
end of the curve: : WITH ITS DECLARATION OF the right to reject and ;
'. .. South .83-59'30" West 219.81 feet That The'part ? Westerly of State TAKING HERETOFORE FILEDIN and to accept the bid that you are hereby. required to file
;' 'to a' point on the survey line of. Road S-304.: of Section 20 and THIS CAUSE. ALL PARTIESTO In Its judgment will be for the your eandlto the la. copes
.,:',.,'.State.Road 11 designated as Statlon the SE 1/4 of 19 Township THIS SUIT AND ALL OTHER best Interest of. the City of Bun this Court serve '.
heft thereof upon the plaintiff -
.,. 318 plus 79.16: 13 e East. : nell Florida. orplaintiff's
feet MAY APPEAR AT THE TIME Attorney whose name
7980 square within 30 feet :Northerlyand
Containing' lying seallth
ofnOctober and address Is:
), more or less. 20 feet Southerly of a AND .
: : (0.181 acre t' :TC K. ROBERSON
ti BE HEARD. A. D 1969.
of: line described as
.. (2) That part ditch survey.
67.,Block 11. Du- AND /s/ HUbert Pelllcer. Mayor 204 Conrad Building
;.' Lots' 1 through and Land Com.I follow: the South boundary EACH DEFENDANT IS City 1 .' BUnneH 112 West New York Avenue
Railroad on
... .Pont Commence '
F- Deland. Florida 32720
: section 230 Section 20 at a HEREBY REQUIRED SEA 14:
of above .
.j pany. ydliJ.lg urJ flange located 1000.00 feet East- SERVE WRITTEN DEFENSESIF ATTEST: not later than November 26_
I na 20 point ANY, TO SAID COMI'LAINIIOR /Barbara C. McCabe 1969.
'ot Southwest cornertherf'of A.JP'
al1 of the
Eas being sot the SB* erly fall to do .
North 41- PETITION ONJ: City Clerk so. Default
S U and run .
,. .except the i will be entered
SHAW Oct.:30-2t0 for
901.90 feet: thence L B ; I Oct. H -
t .,. ofsoutherlY of and within 47'30" 4139'30" East 81540 County Attorney Flagler: the relief demandednIthe bill
t :. lying r North North 48'20'30" County0I4 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT.i: (('IREQUIeST of complaint The nature,of sa 1<1'
6 n173510 thence
r .; Statfeetoad 5-304 Survey West feet: 75 feet to the point of BEFOREITHE .-- suit being for .% /
Station 98 pius of line I OR let DAY von inns '
I. .\ Westerly of survey beginning I ual1; ot''vr.:: 20-30 l OF DECEMBER. Av D, 1969.AND Sealed bids will be received, In'., WITNESS my hand and seal
, 4. tinehkfrom.StaHon 98 plus 60 to 'thence 225 n feet thence South 86* FILE .,,THE ORIGINALWITH the office ,of the City Clerk' of of said Court this -17th' day ofT
tt I .-.f.. plus 50 and within 39SOVe West, t 2434.OO feet to the THE CLERK OF THE the City ,of Bunnell. Florida. In October A. D.. 1969.: ,
-' '. Station 101 GEORGE M. :MOODY _,
\ survey line Ea.td1' said line. ABOVE STYLED COURT ON the Civic Center Building I on or
_;:,. erly of Station 101 plUS 150. end of survey square feet SAID DATE TO SHOW CAUSE before 4.30: P. M on the 3rd day Clerk of said Circuit Court.. .
"..""' S. being described, and Containing s WHAT RIGHT TITLE INTER of November. A. D., 1969. for (Official Seal! ) r
'w .survey line being' located a.follows (3.062 cgesn-oreribl: : F: ESTOR LIEN YOU- OR ANY one (1) 1970 Four-Door Sedan By Kathryn L. Emery ,
,Z;;:said stations and wife BLANCHE T. OF YOU HAVE IN AND TO for the .Police Departmentwith Deputy Clerk ;
: South Oct. 23. 30. Nov. C. 13. "te.THE _
at point on the TUCKER THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED the following specifications:
beginboundary ofa Section 20. Town-

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5-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY. OCT. 30 1969 EDD KNAPP,' CHAPPELL SAYS Chappell said the farmer is

......------ not to blame for rising food

s CLASSIFIED pressure on almost everyone;
6 Deluxe solid state fully DIED SUNDAYEdd FORGOTTEN MAN cattlemen are not to blame

ADVERTISING transistorized sterephonic high Congressman Bill Chappell for rising meat prices.
beautiful Knapp 74, 1316 South
consoles in
fidelity Central Avenue, Flagler today labeled the farmer as "You are.doing the best you
halnd rubbed finish. Deluxe
Beach, died unexpectedly Sun. "the forgotten man In the can with government Inter-
BSR 4 record
4 speed audio changerand day night at his home. American economy." ference," he said. "It's time
speaker system.To
He was born In Marlon Speaking before the Lake you "were free to operate your
be sold for each. Can
GARDENLet $79.00 County Farm Bureau In Lees- farm as a business. Then and
TROPIC County, Illinois and was a
be month.
us help beautify Flagler paid for at $8.54 per winter visitor at Flagler burg, Chappell said govern only then will the law of supply
May be inspected in ware
mental controls .
Beach. on agriculture and demand drive pricesto
County. Large variety of ever-
house at Unclaimed Freight,
greens, palms, hedge plants. 527 Volusia, Daytona Mon. He Is survived by his wife, \ are "driving the small more reasonable levels., "
farmer out of business and Chappell said the farmer
of Bunnell Clea, and 2 sons.
5% miles S onTo thru Fri.-9a. m.to6p.m.Sat. -
the large farmer Into the gets little more for his
The very
15 tfc&EPTIC body was to
t S. 1. Feb. -
9 a. m. to 1 m. Itc
.. p. Flora. Illinois for services and bonds ,of even, tighter con. products than he did a few

TANK cleaning; drain Home Ironing-Will take In burial. trols." years ago.

'fields installed: Rota-Rotet ironing to be done in my Craig Funeral Home, Bun. Chappell called for relaxed "Yet, it costs 'you more for

i nail shell. Reasonable prices. home., Mrs. R. Lerch, 4392469. nell, was In charge of local federal activity In agriculture labor and more to plant and

Call George Jarosz 437-3410 1tc. arrangements. and the enactment of mean harvest," he said. .
8-1-tf ingful agrlcultral legislation Chappell' told the agriculture ,y

FOR SALE-Used: Furnishings which will "free (the farmerto group he will support .

FOR SALE-37 ft. house trail- Tables, chairs, lamps sofa, HOSPITAL NOTESADM1'TI'ED do his job as only he knows meaningful legislation which'J'j'

er complete with 50x100 ft. lot bed mattress and springs, how to do It." will: cut the farmer loose from v I

f between Hwy. AlA and canal, blankets, pictures, platform" : "Today's farmer Is caughtin unreasonable governmental

seven miles north of Flagler rocker. 2100 S. Central Ave., Geraldine Brown John the economic squeeze" .controls. I

Beach, $2100. Call 439.2000 or Flagler'Beach, after 3 p. m. Hall, Shirley Cauley, Stratton Chappell said. "lie pays

439-238O after 5 p. m. on week- only. Oct. 30 2tp_ Norcross, Hazel Holland, John more for feed,seed and equip. .

,ends. 1O-2-TFC Campbell, Harry Bullock, ment and more for the neces- fi fiEVERYBODY'S ;
Walker Dunson, Zeno Lpulzes, sities of living. But he's ,
.!. TO SETTLE ESTATE-Well Phyfe sofa, two mahoganyend '
f Melvin Nelson, Louise Brooks, caught in a box when it comes ,
located 2 bedroom furnished tables and small drum
c&. Charles Grant, Marie Will- to determining for himself : 11'
t cottage, close to ocean and inland table. Contact Mrs. Cary Holland -
how much wheat he
lams. will ...
) nnsrs
.. 'f waterway. Ehone 439- at 437-3933 .after 4 p. m. grow or how many beans hfe ..w.w b-pl..p 1- -,
2020. Oct. 9, 4tc. or anytime week- b 6.-ra1M. ;
r r. ends.weekdays Oct. 30 'ltc. DISCHARGED:. will harvest.." _.-

CALL BOB for lawn maintenance Howard Hollenbach Taudy \

,' painting inside or out- Cottage For RentFurnishedand Bowden, Richard Cantrell, .... 1;i

side, small repairs and odd air-conditioned.' Phone Hazel Givens, Dorothy Kinney,

jobs. Call 4392502.; lO-9-4tc 4373915. Oct. 30, 1tp. Harry Bullock, Shirley Cauley, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN ,OR WOMAN. J

:FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedrooms FOR SALE or RENT 3 bedroom Neva Eisenbach} Mollie Lane, Reliable
Quinn Saxbri:, 'Otis Nipper. person from .this area to service and collect -
; modern apartment house 20 of land.
garage acres from automatic dispensers. No experience .
central heat and carpet Call 246-2949 Bainbridge Ga. '
needed We establish
Contact. Arthur Babbitt, or write C. H. Knight, 116 East PART TIME-FULL TIME accounts for you. Car, '.

\ 3rd St., South, Flagler Beach College, Bainbridge Ga. TFC Earn. $2.5Q $3.00 hr. in your references and $985.00 to $1785.00 cash capital :
Oct. 16, TFC spare time. Build a businessof necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent

FOR SALE-1965 Plymouth your own. Write Box 823, monthly: income. Full time more. For' local inter-
IELP.WAWI"ED-Mature man Fury III auto A. C., Excellent view write include
Ormond Beach. Call 677.2056 telephone number, Eagle In-
for shift at service will trade for
night condition pick-
or 4392117. 10304tp. dustries, 4725 Excelsior Blvd., St. Louis Park,
station. Call 4373410. 2tp up truck. Call or see Charles: Minnesota. 55416.BUNNELL .
UNCLAIMED Trad 4392330. 10-30, 4tc. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT
4 New*1969 ZlgZagSewing r
3 Electrolux Vacuum-Cleaners.World's UNCLAIMED FREIGHT '
.d Machines with full factory
most powerful tank-
type: ,cleaner. To be sold for Now has new refrigeratorsand guarantee" Nationally advertised
freezers as low as, $79.95. brands to be sold for ..
$39.95 each or $6.18 monthly. I CUSTOM KITCHENS
$29:00: each. Can ,be for
:May be inspected in Ware Can be paid for monthly. May
be inspected at Unclaimed monthly. These machines maybe
house, Unclaimed Freight, 527
Volusia, Daytona Mon. thru Freight, 527 Volusia, Daytona inspected in warehouse at PLAN AHEAD FORCHRISTMAS ,
Beach. Mon. Fri. 9 am. 6 p. 1 p.m. eendlSacmfwyph
Fri., 9 a. m. 6. p. m. Sat.
I 9 1p.m. Itc' m. Sat. 9 am 1 pm. Unclaimed-Freight, 527 Volu-
a.m. -
:1 :Itc. sla, Daytona Mon> thru Fri.

.'. 9 a.m. 6 p.m.-Sat. 9 a.m.
'; PAINT UP NOW 1 p. m. 1 tc.I .
ARTHUR Gun''' Racks : : Built in Kitchens
7 1 3 GaL.Good Latex S5 PLUMBING AVON Bookcases :,: Built In 'Furniture $ ,

Choice 70 Pastel 'Colors Flagler REPRESENTATIVEReplacing ... Vanities :: Breakfast Bars
No order too small minimum
":' : FACTORY 439.2098 I Durrance / ( $4) .

,t,': 677.8020.ORMOND 1826 Nova Road Calling_ and from Hours 12: RACHEL RUSSELL Laminated Plastics :: Upholstery Fronts

c. Phone 439.2516 FREE ESTIMATESEvening

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Would You Believe I 107 Bay St. Day- Planning 437-3513 Arranged Night 437-3928 I

after see
f you All Highballs, Martinis -

your doctor. & Manhattans are Free

Upon presentation of this

x= bring ad we will give you and
yourprescription CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
yourwife or girl friend, a _
s toi free' drink, >with dinner.
n Spanish & Continental IL CRAIG Funeral Director

Cuisine JOHN CAPO. Manager i
21 Avenlda Menendez ATTENDANT
Professional Bldg. 829.6282 CHAPEL I | AMBULANCES

St. Augustine. Florida
Phone ID 7-3532
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BunnelL_Registered Florida jFIagler County Insurance


-SPONSORED BY-. Agency 'Inc.
'k Disabled'' American Veterans
FT.AOl.KIl COUNTY, FLORIDA All Forms of Insurance
Plaintiff 305 East Moody Blvd.. -:- Phone, 437-3171


\ Jim Booe Chapter No. 86 Defendant '
whose residence la unknown '
I FIED that an action for divorce
has been filed against you and
; Z: you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses.'If any
\ to It. on the plaintiff attorney

'I: 0 ON TIMECERTIFICATES NICHOLAS whose name A. GEORGE and address of OBslnsky Is- I

l J C] 5 10 & Oeorffe. 500 N. Oleander FLAGLER PLUMBING .-

i t >' :, Florida Avenue., and file Daytona the origlnaf Beach o CO._ ; V
; with the Clerk of the above .
'.l" styled Court on or before Nov-- *
\ y' VOLtfCIA MINIMUM S3,000-30: DAYS ember 24.1969: otherwise a judgment 1500 S. Daytona Avenue >* .
may be entered aaralnstyou
"r RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY for the relief demanded in

:i .; NATIONAL thwi; Kk-Jntm hand petition.and. the Flagler Beach ,
BANK seal of the said: Court on the .
..w; Ph. 6778217 175 W. Granada 14th day of 1 October. 1\169.\ : '

<" Ormond Beach. Florida GEORGE Circuit M. MOODYSEAICjIek CoUrt; Telephone 439-2169 V T, J. Miller, Owner*
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ship 13 South, Range 30 East. SUBJECT TO* MORTGAGE recorded IN SAID COMPLAINT OR PETI Mln. 119" wheel base I .
'TI N'AND TO SHOW -V-8 Engine MIm 260 H. P.
located 1000.00 feet Easterly of in O. R. Book 23. page CAUSE IF
I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the. Southwest corner of said 215 in favor of THE FEDERAL' ANY YOU HAVE WHY SAID Automatic Transmission. 3
Section 20: thence run North LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA; PROPERTY SHOULD NOT BE Speed Forward Shift
CIRCUIT 41-47'30 East 901.90feet; thence and TIMBER DEED recorded in
TILE Tth JUDICIAL AND PURPOSES AS SET Air Conditioned Factory Installed -
AGLEU North 41-39'30" East 3166.90 feet O. R.- Book 28.JlL'e. 496 in favor -
Station 98 plus :
()()tJ'N'ry. KI.OIUIJA 41.39'30" East 300 PETITION FILED HEREIN Alternator Mln. 55 Amp. >.
CIVIL 0Cm7n NO. 1O4O-A.. tinue North Station 101 plus 50:' IF SAID DEFENDANTS ARELIVINO IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO.. A Power Steering:
feet to
continue 'North 41?39'30"East AND JF ANY OR ALL

4149'30" East 656.76; feet to ARE DECEASED. DEMANDED IN 'THE Spotlight ''
I Platntiffs) a point on WITNESS MY HAND AND Blue In color
20 located 672.28 HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
I of said Section
of the Northeastcorner CREDITORS i OR SEAL OF SAID COURT ON THE Heavy Duty Suspenafotn-
R. W. coJJ et al.. feet Southerly of said Section 20 OTHER PARTIES CLAIMINGBYi 17th' DAY' OF OCTOBER A. D.. The above bid to Include f*
Defendants. 1969. Trade-in Allowance on a 1967.FourDoor ,
110.3 cont.) THROUGH, UNDER OR
I Containing
SHOW CAUSK!!' NOTICE COURT transfer of equipment
), more or
'' SUIT (4.803 By Kathryn L. Emery therefrom. '
ale road IF ALIVE, AND, IF '
STATEO elusive existing rights
THE OF FLORIDA TO: DEAD, THEIR UNKNOWN, Deputy Clerk Prices to be FOD. Bunnell. Indicating
}( The Federal Land Bank of of way, BY RAYMON" F. SPOUSE, HEIRS: DEVISEES. (Seal) approximate deliverydate.
Columbia : OWNED BLANCHET LEGATEES GRANTEES CRED- Oct. 23, 30 Nov 6. 13. 4tc .
L ,'c/o R. A., Darr, President TUCKER. and wife ITORS LIENORS, OR OTHER .....- .- -- Each bid shall be addressed to
Columbia South Carolina TUCKER TO MORTGAGE PARTIES CLAIMING BY.- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the City Commission, I*.. O. Box::
I No. 110.1 110.3. 756. Bunnell Florid a .32e kO,
PARCEL. recorded in O. R. THROUGH U N D E II, OR
114.1. R4'jes.3\ 216 in favor of THE o'EWL AGAINST ANY SUCH DECEASED REQUEST< FOIl BIDS marked "Bid on Police Clatr". Tht
Benjamin BANK OF COLUMBIA : DEFENDANT OR DEFEND- Sealed bids will be received In City Commissioners reserverlKht = +
1917 Washington, Street LAND RIGHT OF WAY ANTS, AND ALL PARTIES HAVING the office of,the the to reject any and all .
I Wilmington Delaware PARCEL NO. 112.1 112.2 OR CLAIMING. TO HAVE City of Bunnell. Ij.rof.lJk. the and to accept the bid that In Its.
PARCEL No. 112.1. 112.2 That part ot: ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST Civic Center Building or before Judgment wt'f' the best
H. D. "Jester. Sr. The SE'/E o'f the SWU of Section IN AND TO THE 4:30 P. M. on the 3rd day or interest of Bunnell..
1917 Washington Street 13 South PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN 1969for one Florida. "
I 'flv 9'OerltkJ:; WITNESS hand and official
Wilmington Delaware Range 30 East, lying Southerly _THE -COMPLAINT. TO-WIT Truck for the my
i PARCEL NoRi112.T OF2WAY and within 25 feet of the survey -. YOU AND EACH OF YOU Street Department with- the fol- seal this 13th day of October.
line of State Road 8-804. ARE HEREBY SEVERALLY lowing specifications: M1 A.. D. 1969.
c PARCEL NO. 110.1. 110.3 Section 73510. said survey line NOTIFIED THAT THE PLAINTIFFS One (1) Fleet-Sized. % Ton.. /sHubert PeUlcer. Mayo. *:'
part Southerly being described as follows: ) FILED ITS SWORN PI<'k-UD.Truck SEALIty of Bunnell-
"Th'e the COMPLAINT OR 1 Front' 3000 lbs
NE old Begin/: at a point on the South PETITION Springs -
100 foof rights of way of the boundary of Section 16... Township TOGETHER WITH ITS'DECLA- Rear Axel 5200 Ibs. ATTEST:
Dupont Railroad Section 30 13 South Range 30 RATION OF TAKING IN THE Engine f 240 cu. In Mln.. /Barbara C. McCabe
Township 13 South Range. 30 located 611.67 feet Easterly a'tt: ABOVE STYLED COURT Clutch 123 sq, in. (Min.; .. City Clerk. -

East, SO the Southwest corner of said AGAINST YOU AND EACH OF Transmission 3 Speed ___ .. Oct. lg. 30 2toAUVEUTI3EMBMT
lying Southerly and within Section 16; thence run North 41* YOU AS DEFENDANTS SEEK- Brakes Hydraulic '
feet of the center line of State 49-30" East 438.69 feet; thence ING TO CONDEMN- THE ABOVE Steering -' ManualTires 'LEGAL
lload S-304. Section 73510. said North 41*38'30" East 6058.49 DESCRIBED PROPERTY LOCATED Tube-Type (750.16Min. ( line being described as feet thence North 41-37'15'" East IN. .FLAOLER COUNTY. ) IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT on
f the 373.35: feet to a ,point on the FLORIDA BY EMINENT DO-. Inside; Body ''Length; 96" FLAGLEII'COUNTY.' VLOllt. ''
Commence at a point on boundary of.said Section 16 MAIN PROCEEDING. Heater OA fIn
East boundary of Section 30 East 210.45 feet Southerly of YOU ARE FURTHER NOTI- Outside :Mirrors Can, No. 04f-I

Township 13 South,. Range 30 located the Northeast corner oX said, Sec- FIED THAT THE PETITIONERS Color. Darkest Blue. Avalla-. RUBY NELL CASEYPlaintiff' .
feet Sou- '
East, located 1053.08 ) WILL CALL UP FOR 'ble'
therlY of .the Northeast corner Containing 6440 square feet- HEARING BEFORE THE. HON. The above bid to Include a. vs. .
of said Section 30: thence run (0.148 acre), more or less, exclusive ORABLE HOWELL W. MEL- Trade-in Allowance on a\ 1961 I*, D. CfASEY '. ,' ,
North '48'12'S0" W est 25 ;eat ,of existing' road rights of TON. ONE OF THE! .JUDGES OF Chevrolet Plck-Up Truck 6 cyl. 'Defendant ; .
the point of beginning THE ABOVE STYLED COURTON Prices 'to be POD: Bunnell. In- STATE TO FLORIDA "
line; thence South 4P47'30' Westa6curverconcave way.OWNED: BY BENJAMIN p. THE 16th DAY OF DECEMBER dlcatlng approximate delivery. THE OF Tot
to theiNortoerly I : !' SUBJECT TO INTEREST It A. D., Uf9. AT 3:00 O'- date.. ', I*. D. CASEY .
c/o C. V. Casey
CLOCK P." BUNNELL, Each bid shall be addressed to'
.' having a radius of 1910.08 any.tof DRAINAGE EEASEMENT FLAOLER COUNTY COURTHOUSE the City Commission,, P. O. Box Route 1. Box 82A
.,'feet and a central angle ot PARCEL NO. 1141. 114,2 114:3: FLORIDA ITS APPLI- 766 Bunnell. Florida 32010. Forest Ity. Arkansas
12'00"; Westerly LATERAL DITCH, LEFT (WESTERLY : CATION FOR AN ORDER OF marked "Bid on .PickUpTruck./ ." You are hereby notified thata
;1 ''U oS67eet ..1tceaald curve to ) STATION 74 plus 98.50 TAKING IN ACCORDANCE The City Commission reservesthe suit has been filed against you
:the' end ot the curve thence :That: 'part ': / WITH ITS DECLARATION OF right to reject any* and all in the above entitled cause; and
South .83-59'30'" West 279.81 feet The S 1/2? Westerly of State TAKING HERETOFORE FILED bids and to accept the bid thatIn you are hereby required to file
.I' to a point on the survey line of Road S-304.: of Section 20 and IN THIS CAUSE.. ALL PARTIESTO its Judgment will be' for the your Court with the lal coprr
Station this and to
:+'State.Road 11 designated as the SE 1/4 of Section 19 Township THIS SUIT AND ALL OTH- best Interest of. the City. of-Bun serve
thereof the .
315 plus'19.16: 13 South. Range 30 East. ER INTERESTED PARTIESMAY nell.. Florida.WITNESS _' upon plaintiff orplalntlff'
Containing 7980 square feet within 30 feet Northerlyand APPEAR AT THE TIME my hand and official attorney whose- name

..' C0.181 acre), more or less. lying 20 feet Southerly of a AND PLACE DESIGNATEDAND seal this 13th day. .of 9c ober. and address 1C K. ,ItOBERSON:
BE HEARD. A. D 1969.
(2) part y Du- ditch survey. line described as 204 Conrad *
11 Building
ts'lh 'Block /sHubert .
: through follows: DEFENDANT rI11le4rt.Ma.? "
Com- ? 112 West New York Avenue
Land IS
o .', Railroad and 20 Commence on the South boun- EACH City of n .
Deland. Florida
of section HEREBY REQUIRED TO SEAL: 32720
'pany Subdivision of above Section 20 at a .
; 13 South Range 30 dary located 1000.00 feet East- SERVE WRITTEN DEFENSES ATTEST: V not later than November 281
\ Section 20 point IF ANY TO SAID COMPLAINTOR /Barbara C. McCahe A. D.. I960.
all'of Southwest- corner *
said of the
Ea8t. being' the SB3 erly- North 41?! ..PETITION ON? City Clerk If' you fall to do so, Default -
SE% and
the' thereof 1
,,. except ''I will be entered for
i.:30'2tc agalnstfyou
4730" East 901.90 feet; thence L. B. SHAW;; Oct. i< O : '
thereof of and within Eat' 815.40 County Attorney, FlaglerCounty : the relief demanded in I,the bill "S
outherlY 4139'30' ,
z lying line of North LEGAL ADVERTISEMEp1Tt: of complaint..The nature of said:
, ,- 50: feet ot the survey Section 73510.. feet: thence North 48 20'30"West of nunne-ll- Florida .' suit being; for .i''.
0.304 75 feet! to the point
It. State Road of Station 98 plus 60. I of saidsurvey'liner I ON OR BEFORE THE let DAY Sear << VEST FOR 5 DIVORCHf"WITNESS '
(" Westerly | f !'S thence beginning continue North 48'20'301 OF DECEMB.BR.. A.D... 1969 bids will be received In-. rny' 1than3ae
linehifromSSfatlon 98 D use, West 225 feet; thence South 86* AND FILM..THE ORIGINAL the office ,of the City Clerk'ofthe of said Court oC
*, within WITH THE CLERK OF THE City .of Bunnell. Florida. In October A. D. 1969.
West 2484.00 feet:to. the
>.-V' Station 101 P'UPBV"yBline: East- 3930" ABOVE STYLED COURT ON Civic Center Building- or GEORGE M. MOODY ..
. .'' .'..*'Sriy'of Station 101 plu8 50. sal end Containing of said survey 132.950 line.square feet SAID DATE TO SHOW CAUSE t 10 iovember At. on the 3rd day Clerk of said Circuit Court:.
:::1 described and WHAT TITLE. INTER of A. D. 1969. for (Official Seal) ) '
or less. n.IGHTk
e survey line bung loc"ted as (3.052 OWNED BYt riAYMON. F. EST, YOU OR ANY one (1) 1970 FOIir-D00r. Sedan By Kathryn L. Emory .
; .,-ft"t.' aid stations and wife BLANCHE T.TUCKER OF YOU HAVE IN AND TO for the Police Department with Deputy Clerk 7
follows: point on the South. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED the. following specifications: Oct. 23 30. Nov. 6. 13, 4tc. >
Degln Town'A
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HIGH SCHOOL HONOR. ROLL Members of the Flagler .

County Civil Air Patrol Composite .
1st SIX WEEKS wallll illl lld ;. Weeks) t \ ,
where hosts

PRINCIPAL'S HONOR OLL -:r: VPRINCIPALSK** "' HONOR ,.,ROLL: at; the Group Six meeting In Lot Clearing, Heavy 'Mowing and ,

(All A>) ,"'*>\ / (liu A's) Bunnell Sunday, October 26. "
; About CAP officers Under Brushing
I Grades 4 thru 12 Lesa Thomas' grade' four twenty "'. '
attended the meeting conducted

; Bobble Chase .A and B Honor Roll at the courthouse. Group '
All Insured
Work Contracted
1 Nancy Creal Heather Beveridge, grade 4; Six Includes Daytona Beach ) -

Edee Cowart Terry Cummins grade 4; New Smyrna Deland and Or- 14 Years. Experience. No Job too Small or Large .' .

Janet Haines .- Wendy Cummins, grade 4; mond unitsBUNNELL? Call Collect, Ormond 677-6268 for Free EstimateCARPENTRY'

Diane Harris Vickie Davis 5 Jeff '
grade ; ;
H&mfflKnETO' [ )(=lmlmIlf! lInlnllnn: : =IIJI1InIJltI=lImrnnn"lInIIHliJtJl=lDtlnIInllJ:(' : 'i::
Ann Meekins DIetrick, grade 5; Doug :.

Martha Mercer Thomas, grade 5; Laura Mc-' LIONS <

Melissa Morgan Gee grade, 5 and Ann :McCarthy SELL HALLOWEEN .- (" .

.-rammy Robertson %> grade 6. :' '.':'-
\ [Daphne Rodgers -
v' k'
Jennie Solomon Roberta Mitchell .," President Howard :: .

Donna Stefllk Debbie Meekins Lerch announced that the '

Marcy Strickland 'c'c Rita Pellicer Bunnell Lions are selling PAINTING ;.

Dottle Tucker *" Halloween-Candy that can. be
Jannell Revels
Eve TuckerPrunie Davey Solomon used for "trick or treat" on ALUMINUM WORK l' .. ..:;..
Wadsworth Thomas Halloween The bag of candy
Kathy 4
sells for $1.
REGULAR A & B HONOR Gall Tucker Bunnell ...
Lerch said all
ROLL Cherry Wadsworth: Lions ALL 'WORK GUARANTEED
Mona WetheringtonGrades are selling candy, /
\4 Grades 10.12 but for convenience the following -

; ,1 Lila Allen "' 4.6 places of business
,r 20 ((Years Experience
Linda Church Lori Anders have candy for sale: 4 .

.J Karen Clegg Sherry Buckles v ,' ,,:. .j l' -i. it,.. r.I..,Cooks At Bunnell: Fruits Tucker's Jeweler Groc, : For Free Estimate Phone 253-2354 Daytona .:
Mary Cook > Sundry,
1 ,Dale Clegg ;ji.. ? ..; .v ;. '
Susan HallCatherine Teresa Edwards :47:%!: t' .:..'. :;'V.i,? ;. .ery, Hospital Administration wwwwwwSPECIAL -

Harris Tanya Hawkins office JIffY' Food, Brannam'sIGA

Jeanne HigginbothamDebbie Debbie Sue Herr > ;, Chicken Pantry.


Lesa Knight Luann Kelly ::-i.' ?'',,, 4 \ .. .NOTICKTO -. ,

Beth Matherly Kim Knight .,'. .X; ., i* ALL OAIIUAOK CUSTOMERSYou 4 ft. x 8 ft. Va inch $a95 per Sheet

Vicky Perritt Tammie'' Lynn effective are Immediately hereby notified all dead that Sheeting Plywood: ......................_

Betty Steflik Debra ''Mikulka ,"" animals, reptiles, mammals et 2"x, 4" x 8 ft. Each
Susan Wesseldine Ann Montana* cetera shall be placed in sepa- 65
Donna Whitney Betty -" rate containers set apart from 1 Studs ..................:................... e
Missy Robertson : notified
cane. .Tou
Diane Wilder Bryant Robinson ::tbhaee that'ati Charon
Barbara Wilson:: i Carol June Smith shall' be contents.marked For clearly example as tom ;

Grades 7.9 Jay Tilton : a dead dog cat or snakein SUPPLY CO. Inc. "
Vivian Arnold a heavy carton or sturdy con- .
Jerry Tilton tainer beside :your garbage can.
Chips Brooks'C Mark the container' "DEAD CAT MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH'*' ,I. :
Frank Bryan
SNAKE. .. PHONE 439-2303 -
Barbara Cowart ,
; The City believes that these .
Rosemary Gillyard precautionsWill Insure the safe- .< .
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S ty, of children other animals,
Bob Gould : and- the people'who handle the
1 : Myra DURING YOUR Thank youTHE {!
c McGee BIRTH MONTH FLORIDA IN COUNTY .JUDG 'S cotrivrFT.AGl.KIl You are hereby notified that
Oct. 30. Nov. 6. 2tc. DA COUNTY, KLOHI there will be a Public :Hearing,
on Monday November 3, A,.--D.
IN I'UOHATE No. 1136 1969 for the
." IN RE: Estate of and 'adopting Ordinance
LOTTIE E. STEELE. would make It unlawful i
> Deceased. person within the ,confines of any the
I : BarainI ,. NOTICE OK FINAL' REPORT City of Bunnell to ,commit *any
AIVI* APPLICATION. FOIL DISCHARGE act or crime which is presently ,
or may hereafter be made a mis-
S, ., -.. '- All oen.uJr herebynotifi- 'demean }:. providing .a penalty t
f.. 5 ed r as executrix therefor and
: brp viding an effec
;. :: ',.J ,-- of said estate, hah coni- tire date. Theihearlng:
\ '...:'' .4 ,.,.... pleted the administration thereof uledat'7.30: : ; + ., M, in.!the orneetof Bched-
andihas'nled In said her
,cbiiIi. : court the, City'Clerk. '
: = final ,report and application for Mrs.: Barbara .C. McCabe
discharge..Objection. thereto; If City Clerk .

,.. ._ any. should be dulyr filed. After City of Bunnell. Florida
nling of .
proof publication show- October 30.. ltc.
,. ing this notice has been published .
once a week for four consec- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
utive weeks the matter of ap-
Electric rates have tone proval of said report and the ordering PUBLIC NOTICE: ..

I down eleven times since 1957! I. estate of will distribution of'said NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
; Court.. come before the that the Board of County Commissioners ,.

In one sense, your electric meter is a ,electric serves you is how little it. ", 1969.First publication on' 30 October;. ida will hold, Flagler a Public County Hearing Flor .

gateway. Through it, electric power costs. The average price paid ;per: : .... '0' IsMILDRED As Executrix M.of LANDERS.said estate at the. County Flagler County Commissioners Courthouse ,

.': r brings into your home dozens of kilowatt, hour by FPJL-served:" Leland B. ShawP. Room Bunnell, Florida, at the .

comforts and conveniences, from air families today is one-third less than ', Bunnell.. O. Box Florida 296 ember hour of 1,9:00 1969.: o'clock on the A.establish.D.. Dec-i <'/0

conditioning\ ,through# automatic it was'in 1957. Isn't that pleasant Attorney for .ExecutrixOct. portion ment of of,a the bulkhead line on that
Intracoastal Wat-
30. Nov. 6. ,13, 20. 4tc., .
,'&dishwashing. surprise in these days of fast-rising wAnd : ,. of erway lying within' the confines

_,- ,-.. almost as remarkable as the prices? "I' LEGAL.ADVERTISEMENT Florida.the-Cit" of Flagler Beach: ," -,

of in which flameless ..'. The City of Flagler Beach has
var'rty ways -
= =I. t', :. adopted in Ordinance numbered
r 1 I .
{ .. REQUEST FOR IIIDS 69-7, provisions for the establishment '.
of bulkhead lines along ,-.:,
FLORIDA POWCH k LIGHT COMPANY -.., ,.\\t Notice hereby given that the-Intracoastal Waterway within ..
: the East Con-
Flagler Mosquito : d
HCLFINa IUILD FLORIDA ,'>- trol District Flagler Beach. the confines of the City of
Flagler Beach. ,
Florida will sealed bids ., .
., accept This Notice' is given
at the once 1890 Daytona Avenue -
to the provisions of
Flagler Beach, to anduntil'4:30 Chapter 253 .
up of the Florida '
P pit. on November 17 amended.. Statutes, 'aa. :J
,' yr 1969 for the' following for fiscalyear )-
endingSeptember. 30th. Bo3ERSCOUNTY ,;
furnish approximately Twen- By; GEORGE M. MOODY ,
.try a,.,Ak ty Thousand ((20.000) gallonsNo. CLERK .t'
a Fuel Oil to be delivered to ,
the District's storage tanks in _Oct. 30
quantities suitable for the capacity LEGAL "
of tanks which IS'approxmatel ,
f ;, 8,000 gallons. Quotationsto OF SALE
include all applicable taxes
and to be a flrm bid.> based on PROJECT. NOTES
h,+ 60 degrees temperature and to Sealed proposals will be received '
... state terms of payment. by the Housing Authority
Furnish approximately two of the County of Flagler. FlorIda
thousand (2,000) gallons Regular (herein called "Local IssuIng .
Oasollne. Gasoline shall meet 'Agency") at their office on.
all of the minimum requirementsfor 300( South Bacher Street In the
Regular Grade Gasoline as City Of Bunnell. State of Florida -
set forth by the Department of until and publicly opened '
Agriculture of the State,of.Florida at. One o'clock P. M. (E. S. T.) .'
as authorized bY' Chapter ,on November 18. 1969, for' the .
&25. Florida Statutes 1961. Gaso- purchase- Its Project Notes i ,'
/ line Inspection Law and Octane being issued to aid In financing
,5 number shall be 90 'or* better: .Its proJects) as follows: '
Gasoline to be delivered to. the Amount Series .
) ,r;,., ,, Districts: Headquarters north of 611000.00 First Series. 1989 '
Flagler Beach. Florida In quantities Maturity bate

.for storage tank, facilities April 10, 1970 '.
u .
1 Bidder. to furnish storage tank <
t.&s Notes will be dated December r
''Pi, s <1YPE D4S./s. FORM $ ; of 600( gallon capacity with dispensing 16, 1969. will be payable
pump and Meter 'Quota
f to bearer !
twTATOt YMTA iOue)Altlk;5014 jcl tions In include all applicable on the Maturity Date
? '
and.will bear Interest at the rate
-240vr3w' 1, 510C961G16 IIA k 7,? ing taxes terms and to of be payment.a Firm. bid. stat- or raea per annum fixed In' the
proposals accepted
Furnish Twen
approximately for the purchase such Notes.
'j'jt ty-five .
Hundred (2500) gallons All proposals for the purchase
L. P. Oas delivered to the Dis
of said Notes shall be submitted
headquarters. Bidder 'to
In form
a approved the
furnish Storage .Tank ,and dispensing Local Issuing Agency Copies by of
f Pump with Meter. such form of proposal
and Infor-
71 J9:9-26: Quotations to ,be Firm' and to
concerning the Notes
t : state terms of may
} payment be obtained from the Local Issuing -
rt The bulk of these require
Agency at the address
:," r. to ments will be from May 1st 1970 Indicated _above. Detailed information
September 30. 1970.
r with respect to the
t Bids cI conditions -
to be of
opened ttl -
': ." Ace'on > of this sale, may be obtained -
Monday November 17,. from the November
5F -, 1969 at 11:00: P, M.( ,, 3.
: 1969 issueof"The'
fi. Ctt's' ., The District the right: Dally Bond
-5--- .,- reserves )
: "
S. to reject and bids and reserves rights
-' .- -i-- ,: any all the 'rejectsany
to waive .
--M ,fr'. ". .-, any informalities In I'or 'all belds.HOUSING .
1\ ; "':.. bidding.East AUTHORITY OF
o .J5.". .\ .. Flagler Mosquito TRIO COUNTY OF
6 : J.t
jIf; ,,;
"' '} .1
.' ,'U. ,.,. ."!t Control Dist. FLAOLEn, FLORIDA
.t" > ,

I j1',>! FiGHT INFLATION. : USE ELECTRICITY"I else costs I less today'than. it did. f in\1957. .t' Oct. 30 Lyman, Nov. L.6. 2tc Gave. Chairman By: Executive M., B. .McDANIEL.:Director.Oct. 30 ItJ r

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