The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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, VOL. 37 NO. 49 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1969 53.50 A YEAR .

1 POLLUTION School Board Plans


Congressman William Chap. _' '
Three New PrecinctsNO
pell met with officials of Flag., : Y ,

ler County, City of Flagler '. .,I J'' r.'
of Bunnell : .',
Beach and City '
!: ,
.Friday afternoon on his whirl. The. School Board met in
wind speaking tour of ,Flagler ...... ,,- t'l 'OFFER special session Thursday :afternoon -
County. with their attorneyand
: /
Chappell flew his own plane the Supervisor of Elec
in to Bunnell, Airport and ,., ; !I>! \ possibility of Flagler tions to work out a method .
, <: went" immediately to the "C \ ; : County, joining Volusia in a of redistricting as ordered by

courthouse for ,the meeting : \7ti? a S, Regional Planning, Council the Circuit Court.It .

with the three boards. ; was. discussed at a meeting was decided to recommend

He said that air and water o ,. of the Volusia Board of Coun to the Board of County
pollution and soil erosion ':L5::'; .. ty' Commissioners'. last ThurSday Commissioners that'' three new -

were problems in his districtas precincts be created to provide
well as over the whole na Volusia County has recently five school board districtsof

tion. He said that Flagler _, 'M ..'-,'<" ,' .;? ".-'..&."{' dropped out of ,the East Cen. equal electors.
,County is not now' heavily -was tral Florida Planning Council Precinct la would be treated .
Congressman William Chappell the featured speaker
populated, but there are good and is in danger of loss of out of present precinct 1. '
at the annual Chamber. ,of Commerce banquet :aid installationheld some federal funds if they do'
prospects of some rather rapid. The new precinct would include ;
growth in the next few years."I at Bunnell Restaurant Friday night. 'This was his fourth! : not have regional status, according the area between the :

think the best way _to appearance' in Flagler County Friday afternoon J and his! third Volusia press. railroad and Cherry St., lying

comlbat these serious problems address. 1 The subject- as raised according north,, of Moody Blvd. Precinctla i
is from a local level", Dr. John M. Canakaris, 1, was installed as president.of Flag- to the Daytona Beach would' add about 189 voters

Chappell said. ler Chamber of Commerce succeediinig Lewis Wadsworth;: r, News Journal. by Commissioner to School, Board District 4.

He said that he was in the who was the retiring< president. Congressman Chappell shown Harris Saxon who sug Precinct 2a would Include
gested that Volusia approach that portion of present *
air and in center. '
of forming $
Flagler with the idea of form
west of Intra-
2 lying :
water pollution, and soil eros Other officers installed by Director R. L. McNab' were William ing such '
an agency.Commission .
coastal! Waterway 'and northof
ion advisory committees In his Lenssen, vice president;',Tom Lenssen, 'secretary arid treas. Chairman Robert Blvd. and that
district. He asked for a recommendation and Mrs. W. E. Dr Ben and ( Trad por-
committeeman urer; Knight, Lacy Charles as Strickland' is reported as -, tion east of canal as far as
of one ..
directors. saying that he and Volusia Central Avenue and north of
; from Flagler to serge( on John A. Clegg was master of ceremonies and ,Lee Drazba Planner Bruce:' Briggs.,had already Moody Blvd to 13th St., '

the district committee. .' ...made. a J>resentajtipa-Jto.mjhe retiring president!' invocation was .. met::three-times, withvanotts''FLagler' .. Precinct,2a would, be add- _.
Several, county ",commission; -*-::--:'.' School"lloaidhai irlari.r '"** "-'"-*-*". =County:and ed to School District 'and A" ,
'sera" -. : -' ivewbyMis; -.T tfhri>Ftiz ; :
told Chappeli of pollution officials but thus far had
: > city would include' about'238 vot
problems In, Flagler Chappell spoke'of problems,facing this nation, poiJntingout, not had a formal response to
the; effect the marchers were having In prolonging thewar ers. I
County as well as the 'prob peace the proposal. Precinct *2b. would be created .
lem of salt water intrusion in the influence of Communists In the protesting and rioting -On October 8th, Commissioner out of the southern
fresh water wells. over the nation and the difficulty of getting' out of the Vietnam. Strickland and Planner of present precinct 2. portion The

War without turning the 'world'over to the Communists. Briggs were invited by Flag; boundary ,lines would be:

NEW CHAMBER Mrs. W. E. Knight was chairman, of arrangements committee ,: -' ler Beach Planning and Zon- Commence at Volusia County

for the banquet. More, than eighty members and their guests ing Board ,to give a presenta'- line at Atlantic Ocean go
OF COMMERCE ; enjoyed the affair.CHAPPELL tion at a Joint meeting of the north to 9th St., thence westto
Planning and Zoning Board Intracoastal Waterway
BOARD MEETSDr. SPEAKS AT FARM CITY MEETCongressman Flagler Beach and Bunnell thence north to Highway 100

John, C. Canakaris pre if City Commissions,, Board of thence west to Kings Road
sided over the reorganization County Commissioners and thence south to county line !
meeting of the Board of Directors Directors,;of Flagler Chamberof and thence east to Atlantic
Commerce.The .
of Flagler Chamber s Ocean.
of Commerce at a breakfast presentation was very Precinct 2b would be addedto
Tuesday morning. effective and well received.In School District 3 and would
'the discussion that followed add about 165 voters to present ,
The new president stated someone asked if Flagler district 3.
that he did not want the : .
County could join Volusia.
_. The superintendent was au-
membership drive to stop first Commissioner Stricklandsaid thoritzed to hire necessary

.. now. He said he was pleased I "no" and later said he personnel to make voter as-
with the goal of 125 members
could not speak for the com signments' to the proposed
being obtained but wanted rLE mission', but, they would be -
to determine if the
the Chamber to strive to reach L :: precincts
t- glad to consider us if, a request school board districts were
200 members. ", were made. equally divided according to '
,A committee headed by Mrs. ? ,The impression' was given voters. It wtas ,conceded that
W. E. Knight was appointedto 1ft .... that Flagler was not being Invited some :slight changes in precinct

arrange the luncheon with to join and that' even if lines might have to be
Levitt officials in January.' It she, did the pro rata cost made after exact number of
stated that Dr. Norman would be No dollar
was '"' quite high. voters in new precincts was
11 Young, president of Levitt, x cost was mentioned. known. '
would give the latest reporton ,-- g- .During'' the; past few days The new precincts would

the plans ot-:Levitt at that' Bill Chappell was the speaker at- the Farm-' The' Flagler Tribune has con- have to be approved by the. ,
time. His 'talk will be illus. City Barbecue held at-ITT Rayonler Headquarters 'Friday eve- tacted several 'members of the Board of County Commissioners :
with slides.Canakaris .' various boards and finds that
before becoming effective. rv,
ning.More than 150 persons attended the affair- to hear the'con-
:stated that he desired no one has any knowledge of The new precincts would not,
.address and delicious barbecued chicken. '
gressman's enjoy _
a director to be chairman t" an official Invitation having effect, County ,Commission
of the various committees The fourth annual event-was a joint effort of, Bunnell and been offered.by Volusia County Districts.

so that regular reports Flagler Beach Lions Clubs, Board of Supervisors: of Soil and or even discussed at a local :>>-

could be, made at directors Water Conservation DepJL, Flagler ,Farm Bureau' and Flagler board meeting., USED CAR |
meetings. Cattlemen's Assn. !* ", "One other expression coming .
Canakaris reported his In. Shown are County Agent Don Jordan., 1.- who was In, chargeof out of the talks with BUSINESSOPENS

tention to have a Chamber the program. Congressman Chappell c, and County Commission Flagler," says the Daytona +
campaign to encourage buy. Chairman Otis Hunter:, r, who introduced the,'congressnian"Whlat Beach News Journal "was. ,, IN BUNNELL ,

ing at home and supportinglocal Will The Harvest Bring?" was the subject of Chap- that that sparsely populated' Foutty Auto Sales, owned

businesses whenever. pell's address. He pointed out some of the changes that will county would of Volusia prefe r Co rather be- by Robert T. Foutty of Akron, '
The program to support come a part
possible. Ohio and Flagler Beach, and
this campaign would be come itt agriculture. than some other county if a .'
announced tETABLE Chappell then spoke of'the socalled ,peace marches held in, consolidation ever comes managed by his ,brother Robert
T. Foutty has opened a
Washington nt1y and many_ of, the leaders and organizerswere about Strickland said";. used car business In Bunnell.:'

known Communists. According to' a poll made The Fouttys have been in

Tides for Nov. 27 .- Dec. 3 public by Gordon Kipp' of The the used car business in Ohio

HIGH LOWDay NOVEMBER COUNTY, OFFICES News Journal' the people 'of. for the past 35 years. "This is .. ,

A.MP.M.- A.M.:- P.11f.. CIGARETTE TAXES UP, TO- CLOSE FOR HOLIDAY, Flagler County showed a". their .first operation in FlorIda '

27 10:24: 10:42 '3:36: ''4:24"'I': ..--;', Beverly Beach was up from All county omces in' the preference over Volusia.for,,St. Johns County Robert,, Foutty ,has awned''

28 11:00: 11:24 4:18 3:06:: ; ,$241 to' $289. FlaglerBeach courthouse I will be closed all a home in Flagler ,Beach for
29 11:42: 11:59 '5:00: 5:54: was Up from $722 to '$1069. day.Thursday and Friday November two years and :has been a, .
30 12:12: 12:3. '5:48': '' 6:42: Mjarineland was up:;.from:$())8 27-28 for the Thanksgiving ATTEND THE part time resident there.
1 12:54 1:12' 6:48 7:30 to $78. Bunnell, :dropped from holiday: CHURCH OF YOUR. '" Foutty Auto Sales is locat-t:;;"
2 1:48 2:06: 7:48: 8:24: $2299 to$2006 in the same perThe, Tax Collectors office ed at the corner of U. SL'pL and.:'

,3 -..'.2:42: 3:00: 8:48: 9:12: iod. will, be, closed Thursday only. CHOICE ON SUNDAY Moody Boulevard. ,


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mlt', 3Tla0lrr wrtbUt1t'Entered! as second'clas. matter
:INCORPORATED February 6. 1913. at the post-
IIUNNILL. FLORIDA 'office at Bunnell. Florida under C I E { Lean Western "FIRST CUT"
Act of March 3. 1876. II'l (
Editor and Publisher roe rf'er Copy tDiaw
BE.TTE S,, McDANIEL, One Year .p.GO Chops
News Editor Six: Month -. ......-..-.. ,.eoDeal.a.ted
newspaper for .H .
Outside Wlml r Count AT5j
,J Legal Advertising EDITORIALWE 94.OO Per Year IbM59

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History tells us that the first Thanksgiving was held In the U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

fall of 1621. There had been a good harvest for the new Pilgrims ',ter
and they were enjoying peace with the Indians. So they cele- STEAK Ib.68C
brated their thankfulness.

Today even though we look around and see war hate violence -
crime unrest land protest we still have much to be thank-
ful for. Choice JuicyALL

We are certain that you have your listing of things for which
you are thankful at this seaSOn;- but we would like to share MEAT STEW Ib. 7S
some of ours with you.

:1. We are thankful that we have a God to whom we can
offer' praise and thanks. We feel sorry for those who are fear-
ful of reading the Bible in the school room or In the space ship. WESTERN SELECTBEEF

2. We are thankful for our country. We are proud to be an ."
American. We feel sorry for those who want to tear down the LIVER Ib.53r
U. SL flag and plant a Communist flag in Its stead. .

3. We are thankful for our soldiers sailors airmen and
marines who represent us all over the world particularly In

South Vietnam that we might remain a nation of freedom. It Lyke's, "Sugar Creek" SLAB Lyke'n "Sugar Creek" ALL MEAT
must be very sad for them to see so many at home who give aid

to the enemy thru their defiance of our" country. SMOKED BACON [ FRANKS

4. We thankful for such leaders as Vice President Spiro I'
lb. (Each 49c) 12 oz. $....45 i
Agnew who will stand up for what America believes in even SLICED FREE 68* 't \ 3 Pkgs. ..& "
when he knows he will be brutally chopped down by the na- : _
tional press and television. y

5. We are thankful for the "silent majority" who are getting
Fresh Florida Grade,"A" D & D (2-2i/a lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE
tired of violence on campus protest marches and other -
un-American ,activities. And, that when sufficiently aroused,
they will rise up to give America stability. <

6. We are thankful in view of the lean years we have had WHOLE Ib.29 i iI
recently in ,business and agriculture that we do have the prospect
of a better harvest in view. We hope that we shall be able
to take advantage of the opportunities to be made by our new
I friends In Levitt and Marco Polo. I

8. And we are thankful now that our existence is CHOICE
I GROUND BEEF lbs. $169
(vive.threatened by the Criden! Bill for Flagler County. May she sur- LEAN ,

John A. Clegg
Del Monte Gl/z oz. Can
ager of Mako Products, is be. CHUNK For
neath the surface! of a Ft.Lau- TUNA 3, 99e MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.) ,
Too Late derdale rock ; "
pit filming an ': ', '
anti-pollution commercial. Northern. Reg. ,Pkg. of 2 FLOUR
'I Klein is no novice in the "
To ClassifyBy field of underwater photog KITCHEN TOWELS Ea. 3ge Ib

Russell Kay raphy. He received Oscar mention : S Bag 49*
for his underwater film-
HiC Ass't. 46
( Flavors) oz. Can
Florida, because of its consistent ing and the special effects he
good weather and opportunity created for the James Bond FRUIT DRINKS 3For' 8geLimit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
for year round ac spy thriller.rhunderball.' ."
tivities has always been popular He was also director of under
for the production of TV water photography and en- Martha White
commercials. gineering for the long running SELF MEAL SB'*., DELITE
Florida has led the field in made-in-Mlaml TV RISING 39*
the production of underwater, series "Flipper." And he has
commercials and the demandfor filmed several other undersea Blackburn Special No. 5 Jar OLEO
them is Increasing. films. Each
Jordan Klein, president of "Underwater commercials SYRUP 1! ,, 49* 8 oz.
three North Miami Beachbased are really just beginning to PattieFROZEN 9-
subsidiaries of Bio-Sclence become a thing of its own"
Resources Inc. engaged in various says Klein, who is regularly '
aspects of undersea pho- Invited to speak at high level
tography and research, has conferences of various New
been kept very busy by the York advertising'agencies.. COFFEE
Madison Avenue,boys. "Such agencies are con- FOODS _
Right now his firms Under- stantly on the lookout for lb.
water, Inc. Hydronaut Inc. something new and spectacular 1 Tin 581" Morton's CHICKEN _
and Mako Products are en- and the oceans are still "
gaged in shooting several TV new to almost everybody," he POT
commercials in South Florida says. Limit 1 with $5.OO or more food order PIES 2 ,:k3ge:::
water including, one for At. "We tell potential producersthat
lantic Richfield Oil Company the greatest undersea Ore Ida 2 lb. Pkg.
Western Electric and an In. photography in the world can FRESH PRODUCE Ea.
diana power" company.For ,be shot in Florida waters and FRIES 43e
Atlantic Richfield KleinIs it can. The scenery is beautiful U. S. No. 1POTATOES
filming a man and a wom- the conditions are near '
an driving a Jeep 50 feet be- ly always right, and the wat- 10 Bag 49 "
t low the surface. Western er is deteur." *
has Klein off the time POWER
Electric Next you see an underwater -
4.lb. Cello
:' Bag
Florida coast filming the lay commercial chancesare
ing of underwater telephone it was made by Klein of PPLES'Ea..
;;, cables between Miami and North Miami Beach. Other lo- 49* 49" .
; BIminI. cations in Florida where underwater Size
r J
.:t' For the Indiana Power Com.f films have been Juicy Red

pany University Paul of Miami Kruse oceanographer veteran- cess made are with Silver outstanding Springs Wee-suc- GRAPES : lb. 19 e J Limit 1, with $5.00 or more food order
f ', ., y
who recently joined kl Wachee and Rainbow '
s Klein's outfit as general man Springs. 1 "
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All Forms of Insurance "Hi

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East Blvd. Phone 437-3171
305 Moody -:- "

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ADMITTED: Sun State Quartet of SUNDAY. NOV. 30 mIC

Armetha Durrance, Edgar Jacksonville will present a These words of Jesus are :
Morris, Lillian Hersey, Lula musical program Sunday from the Lessori-Sermon to be I lNEWB.JTHANKSGIVING

Bradley, :Mellnda Hazelllef, Nov. 30 at 11 a.m. and againat read this Sunday In all Christ \ .
Betsey Hobbs, Willie Gilyard, 4 p.m. In the Bunnell Pente ian Science churches: "If I -1 I I1
Charlotte Lutton, John Camp costal Holiness Church. cast out' devils by the Spiritof
bell, Beatrice Nelson, Clara, Dinner will be served at God, then the kingdom of FLAGLER COUNTY "

Marcum, Frances Wetherington noon and the public Is Invited.. God Is come unto you." The CHURCH DIRECTORY
Mary Baker, Elizabeth subject Is "Ancient: and Modern SERMONThe

Barr, Minnie Poole, Clara ATTEND Necromancy, alias Mes following excerpts were

Brodie, Christine Donahue. METHODIST merism "and Hypnotism ''De taken from the Thanksgivingsermon CATHOLIC CHURCHESThe

DISCHARGED: nounced. of Dr. Dallas Browning Rev. Father Anthony
Edward Se1ph, Beulah FAMILY NIGHT A passage from (Science and November 23 at the Flag- Leon. Pastor
Allen, Rose Allen, Islah Bel- About sixty atteded the Health with Key to the ScrIptures ler Beach United Methodist
wett, Ethel McMillan Janice Family night program Sun- by Mary Baker Eddy Church:
Gilyard Willie Gllyard, John day sponsored by the Commission reads: "Jesus cast out evil First of all, Thanksgiving St. Marys Church, Korona

Campbell Edith Tidwell, on Missions at the and healed the sick, not only is good medicine. Gratitude, Sunday Mass.._.._._. 7:30 a. m.
George Stehle, Alfred Pearce, Bunnell First United' Metho without' drugs, but without fully expressed, helps to drive Weekday Masses: Monday,
Lillian Hams Sam Clarldy, dist: Church. hypnotism, which Is the reverse out all thoughts of self-pity, Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a.
Barbara Bross, William Clark, Following the covered dish of ethldal and patho self-pride, resentment, hatred, m.
Mellnda Hazelllef, Frances supper ''a World Service film logical Truth-power." faultfinding.We I _

Wetherlngton, Paul. Gurley, "On the Eighth, Day" was All are Invited to attend. hurt ourselves and others
Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Mary Roberts. shown.
by our selfishness. Thanksgiving Flagler Beach

reverses the flow of Sunday Mass _._.._...9:00 a. rn.
life. We praise God and thank Weekday Masses: Tuesday

others. Thursday and Saturday .at
'<. }sxf Thanksgiving is good pa. 9:00 a. m.Catechism.
triotism.: On the little ship, Classes. 3:00 p. m.

the Mayflower, the new con. Tuesday.St. .
cept of government had as Its -

"In ye name of ye God, Stephens Bunnell
Amen|" Sunday Mass:_._..10:3O: a. m.
Thanksgiving was not observed Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.

nationally til Lincoln's Tuesday.
} proclamation in 1861. It was'he Confessions before all masses.
who firmly established the Weekday Devotion: Novenato
idea that ours is a nation under Our Lady Wednesday and
God. It ''Is good patriotismto Saturday after Mass.

I't thank God for our country
and to ask for God's guidanceand Community Memorial.

protection for the nation. Church

t a Thanksgiving Is good relig Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach
ion. We are not exempt from Reverend R. W. Dickert. Pastor

(the evil forces that, destroyed Sunday School ..._.._.._. .....9:45
many great and ,proud !nations Worship Service __._JiOO
.L" : : before us. If our country Ladles Guild: Last Thursdayof
falls, it will be because of In. each month at 2 p. m.
! ner weakness.If 1 1 /1'
;} ; !+ we, as a nation, forget First Baptist Church .J

God we will perish, not immediately Moody Boulevard- Bunnell

t but surely. On Sunday School ..__..9:45 a. m. i
Thanksgiving, may we Join Worship Service_J.1OO a. m.
all true believers in Christ to Evening Worship..._7:30 p. m.
strengthen the churches that Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.
they may bring new life and Wednesday
strength to our nation.

First United Methodist
Lambert Avenue Bunnell
PROGRAM SUNDAYAT Rev. Earle A. Wilder. Pastor

Sunday School...__J9:45 a. m.
BAPTIST CHURCH"In Worship Service..._.11:00 a.. m.
Youth Choir. Rehearsal: 6:45: .
The Power of HfJ,Spirit" ,1* "
4yYr, is the theme of the programto p. m. Wednesday' 'f
be presented by the Wom Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal:
2nd and 4th Thursday at, 3
en's Missionary Union at the I
) Sunday night service at. Bun 3 p. m.
+ 1t j nell First Baptist Church. MYF: 2nd and, 4th Sundays.
i 6:30: p. m
Sunday night's
1 .
WSCS 1st Wednesday at
marks the beginning of the ,
Week of 9 a. m.
Prayer Of Foreign
:+ Missions. The church will be Friendly. Circle: 3rd Thursday

,.. \ open Monday thru Friday to at 8 p. m.
I Methodist Men: 3rd Wednes-
anyone who Would like to
day at 7:15 p. m.
stop prayer and meditation. .
;,:, L during' the observance. -
Flagler Beach United
Brunch will'be served at
Methodist Church .
9:30 a. ITU: Tuesday at the \
church for all DR. DALLAS
church mem PASTOR ,'
bers. Prayer time will follow. -
Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach

Church School..__.9:45: a. m.
Morning Worshlp..11:00: a. m.
SEMINAR AT FLA. Womens Society Christian

SOUTHERN COLLEGE Service: 2nd Thursday of each

Reverend Earle Wilder and month at......._.._.._..9:3O: a. m. J
Lay Leader Ray :Mercer, Bun- Sunday November 30 is the
nell First United Methodist first Sunday of Advent. Sermon i(

Church, attended an all day "Show Us A Sign". Everyone .l/.
seminar on Wills and legaciesat welcome.
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;<- :}s, '7 HOLINESS CHURCH ,,4
.. BunnelL Off Franz St. ,f
j' ;: Professor John Scalp of, the REV. JOHN L. LJNGOLD P

: .:":,,.'.. [..+i,+9>, ': Sociology 'Department of JohnB. Sunday,,School.......10:00: a. m.

I ';': 7 ;.::. Ra.n. t .. .. Stetson University will be Worship Service.__11:00 a. m.
{L?:'$+ tx f:+ ..c.i
t speaker First Baptist Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.
Church of Bunnell Sunday. Worship Serv...-Sun. 7:30 p. m.

< St. Thomas Episcopal .J
i;,... :' t Ata6y MEN PLAN DINNER ,I
.' ::?F'' ( s: The Rev. Thomas Mably ,
:<:Yr . I dist Men have announced 3 miles east of Bunnell on

;: J,:, r.9; !fN k' ;r'' ryytwA plans for a dinner meeting on Highway 100
,: Monday night, December 8th. Morning Worshlp._J.O:00 a. m.
.: ) .> The women of the church will Church School__..1OOO a. m.
prepare and serve the food.A Holy Communion first Sunday
J Christmas theme will be of each month
,: used. There will be a speaker

, t't'i" after the dinner. All men are
I First Baptist ChurchN.
i" Invited to, participate. There
; :! will be, a charge for the dinner Central Ave.. Flagler Beach
Rev. Max HalL Pastor
'(' Sunday School.___9:45 a. m.

.,;. You can't hear her laugh in a letter. BAPTIST OBSERVETHANKSGIVING Worship Service..J.1:00 a. m.
Wednesday Evening Prayer

:' 'I. hat's'one. .of the. rp"' sons long distance calls fee /'so good. A Thanksgiving' First Service Wednesday.._.,__..._7.00 after p. the m.

: was ,
Service held7.3Wednesday : First Sunday of each month
-1 .; evening at the Family' Night ___.6:00: p. m.

-, (gj) 'Southern BeM. First Baptist Church of Bun. Business Meeting, 7:30 p. m.
Ma.", .. ... 1 ;: nell with Mrs., Alma Sheffield Community Hymn Sing 1st

"F'i-. ..J ; .. ...'-t.I...,.,. .........""'".'.."...r'to I being,- In' charge. "of. the- service.-'. Sunday of each month 7 p.m.j .
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and blue was the color
scheme at a stork shower last

week honoring Mrs. Ben Lacy
at the home of Mrs. C. A.

Meeklns, John Anderson Ilwy.
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Cohostesses were :Mrs. Gerald
Canterbury and Mrs.\. Bobby
2\.lcNla\. ugh ton.
A stork arrangement form
ed the centerpiece for the serv-
ing table. Refreshments were
served to 16 invited guests.

Appropriate games were .r
played and prize winners were
Mrs\. Allen Reynolds, Mrs.
/ Bill Lenssen and Mrs. Olen w.,.

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I Airs. Reynold Hoover above for her cup*and saucer display a It The Korona Community Friday for the Chamber of Commerce and Farm-City Week ac.

'" the Flagler Woman's Club Craft and Hobby Show Saturday a.t Club Is sponsoring a games tivities, was hcnored ,at a cocktail party Friday night given by I

Flagler Beach. Mrs.\. Hoover's prized display included more thai r1. party Sunday; November 30 Mrs. W. E. Knight at her home, 900 E. Lambert Ave., Bunnell. t I

100 cup and saucer sets. There were 25 craft and hobby entrle s at 2:30 p. m. in St. Marys Mrs. Harry Atkinson assisted the hostess. About thirty C. of C.

exhibited at the show. Second place award was given to Mrs;I. Church Hall at Korona. Directors, their wives'and guests attended the affair.

Charles Sindelar for a display of Czechoslovakia articles; an<
Billy ,McGee's\. stamp collection placed third. and evryone is invited. YAC DANCE MUSICAL PROGRAM
Proceeds go toward church

The Stone: Balloons will SENIOR CITIZENS CLUBA

VISITINGIN furnish music for a dance musical group known as !
MISSOURI Friday night at the Bunnell the Bitter Sweets will performat

Miss Janice Seale and her Civic Center. The affair is the December 2 evening
niece. GIna Seale left Satur sponsored by the Youth Ac- meeting of the Flagler Senior
day via Jet for Clarksville, tion Club. There will be a Citizens: Club, it was announced -
Mo. where they will spend charge for admission a spokesman this week by Gilbert Krier,
Thanksgiving with Janice's said. vice chairman and chairmanof

parents Mr. and :Mrs. Joe the program committee.
Seale. HASTINGS VISITORSMrs. There will be a carry-In supper .
William Valance and starting at 6:30.: The club

GARDEN CLUB / daughter Miss Mary Valance, meets in Community Hall at
of Hastings were visiting with the Flagler, Beach Municipal
PROGRAMPLANNED the Frank Cleggs, Sunday af Building.The .
ternoon. Miss Valance is associated club's luncheon meet
( All Flagler Beach Garden with Hastings Potato ing Nov. 18 was attended by
Club members will bring their Growers Association.Mrs. 50 members.

original Christmas'decorations .,
to the club's meeting Wednesday Jimmy Hargett Is recuperating ATTEND MAILCARRIERS

"..r ,,, ,"., ., .. .'" Dec. 3 for ,the "show and from surgery in MEETIN
tell" program planned. The Halifax Hospital, Daytona PIERSONMr.

In the crafts division Mrs. Frank Schwenk, pictured took meeting slated in the Flag Beach. r
i; ler Beach Municipal Hall at and Mrs. Marvin Parker ,
first award for an antiqued artificial flower arrangement '
place rural
Bunnell, attended a
1:30: p. m. Mrs. Vera Goren ATTEND DAYTONA
1 .f a pine cone Christmas wreath, a shell picture and tree ornaments and Mrs. Mabel Bellows are LUNCHEON mail carriers convention
created of dried milkweed pods. Second place was award. co-hostesses. planning meeting at the '
ed to'Dale Mysinger for wood and iron sculpture displays; Mrs.\. President: Mrs. F. Cole and Mrs. Frank Clegg was a home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Sam Novick received third place for a ceramic exhibit. Mrs. A. Batten will report on luncheon guest at the home Peterson at Pierson.Following .
of Mrs. Ella Mae Hooper in
the Putnam County Workshop the planning session
they attended Friday. Daytona Beach Friday. Other the Petersons were hostsat
guests included Dr. and Mrs. ,
mDIANA'VISITORS VACATIONING AT BEACH Members reminded arti- a" buffet supper.
cles for the"white. elephant"sale John Wheeler and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Irwin of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tysinger will be collected at the Baptist Missionaries and Mrs.: THANKSGIVINGHOUSEGUESTS
Charlotte N. C. are spending Newton Phillips, Richmond,
Columbus Indiana are visitIng meeting or may be taken to
three weeks vacation the Virginia.Mrs. .
at Flagler Beach with Mr. Toronto Motel at Flagler the home of Mrs. Otis Magee. Wheeler is the form Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gignac,

and :Mrs. Eddie Irwin. Beach.BR1M0 er Miss Helen Hooper and and children of Cincinnati,
,.' MEYERS\ CRAMP Mrs. Phillips is the former Ohio arrived Saturday to
NUPTIALS Miss Robin Hooper. spend the Thansgiving holidays

: THIS: AD WITH YOU with her parents Mr.
.. PERFORMEDMiss Mrs.\. Alma Sheffield spent and Mrs. Bob Cook and fami
last week visiting with her ly.
3 Bedroom Mobile Home
Margaret Myers and mother in Orlando. Mrs. Shef

Featuring Spanish, Mediterfean. Early American Joseph Cramp 'were married field is making plans to leavein HOLIDAY GUEST
November 20 in Asheville N.
I Contemporary and Country French (tat time showing) December to visit her Mrs. N. F. Lenssen Darien,
C.The daughter in Greece and Join Conn. arrived Saturday to
bride is the
daughterof her husband in Vietnam. spend the Thanksgiving holidays -
Mr. and Mrs. W.'W. Meyers
with her and their
Asheville N. c.* and her hus- sons
families Mr. and Mrs. Bill
band is the son of the late
We wish to thank the doctors Lenssen and children and Mr.
Rex R. Cramp, Flagler Beach.
and entire staff of Bun and Mrs., Tom Lenssen.
After a wedding trip to
l nell General Hospital for the Mrs. Lenssen is staying at
Nassau, Mr. and Mrs. Cramp '
excellent and Von Bulow Ranch.
.1 care attentionwe
will make their home at the
Toronto Motel,. Flagler Beach. received after our recent
accident on Interstate: 95. The VISITING PARENTSLt.
The couple was honored at
a reception Saturday evening residents of Bunnell and Flag- and Mrs. Tom Kahlertand
at the Toronto Motel given by ler Beach should be quite daughter Dana, Savannah -
Mrs. C. W. Duncan and Mrs. proud of having such a fine Ga. left Wednesday after
Robert Williamson. About sev modem hospital in their spending several days in Bun

enty-five friends"of the newly- .,midst with such a competentstaff. nell visiting his parents, Mr.
SPECI AL.FOR weds attended. and Mrs. Tony Kahlert.Lt. .
RESIDENTS Mr. and Mrs. WilliamF. Kahlert is stationed with

Meckling the United States Army at Ft.

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UI2f''ltlC'r parties that the City of
01 LAND KlaRler Beach Flakier County
lU a'I<:'('INU OWNERS Florida, will receive. sealed bids l
Notice la hereby given that a RESURFACEDThe in writing/ for leasing the Mu-
nicipal Pier House on December
meeting of the Owner of Land
situated in the North orrnonU Department of Trans- I$. 1969, at the hour of 7:30: P.
the Commissioners
M. at City
Drainage Oiatrlct In
KluKler Counties Is hereby called and- portation announced that bids r.rrTda City Hall Flagler Beach --

to be held at the oMlce of the were opened at Tallahasseeon ,IIpecfftcatlonll followingterms TROPIC GARDENLet FOR SALE- .
.District at 2J3: Heabreeze Boulevard conditions Pink Grapefruit $3.00 bushel
Daytona Beach Florida. November 20th for the resurfacing : us help beautify Flagler ,

same being in the County: of Vo- : of SR 201 John Anderson will 1. be The yearly lease amount County. Large variety of evergreens White Grapefruit$2.50 bushel
upon leasingthe /
on .Tuesday. December 16, Call
Joe T. Bruce 439.2024
198S, at 2 o'clocK 1'. M. tor the Highway from High- entire Municipal Pier buildIng palms, hedge plants.

purpose andfor any of electing other business Supervisors that way 100 to Volusia County Shop, including equipment Restaurant, furniture Tackle and 5% miles S of Bunnell on' Nov. 27 Dec. 4, 11, 3t!.

may come before the meeting. line.The fixtures presently located on the CJ. S. 1. Feb. 1& tfc SINGER
At such election, each and distance of paving is premises. {
2. The terms or the lease
trict every shall acre represent of land In one the share Dis- 12.4 miles. No announcementhas shall be for a period of five (5) SEPTIC TANK cleaning: drain (TOUCH AND SEW) j

and each owner shall be entlUed yet been made as to of years January.commencing 197O, the the Lessee 6th day to fields Installed: Rota-Roter 'SEWING MACHINES) j f

proxy to one In vote writing In ,person duly or by awarding of contract. pay the let and last months snail shell. Reasonable prices. (7 ONLY) ::1 i .

for each signed Included in the rental In advance and the rent Call 437-3410 All models
acre of land owned by bidding was for each and month there- George Jarosz are slant needle
him in such Dl trlct. Ouardlana resurfacing of that of every 8-1-tf and zigzag
portion after in advance. are fully equipped to -
may represent their Wards, Ji.xecutora -
and Administrators may AlA lying between SR 206 3. The bidder shall specify. make button holes and'
In the alternative, whether
represent the state of deceased or NEW GOLDEN METAL SOCIAL -
and SR18.3'ly1n.g St. Johns
in stitches.
not the bidder desires Air Condi- fancy These machines -
and Private
persona Corporations tioning to be installed by the SECURITY CARD precision -
be County. full guarantees-
may by carry
City of Flagler Beach. Florida
their officers authorized engraved with name and '
or duly -- and /
,said Air Conditioning to be will be sold on first confirst ,
Agents.It 23 MORE maintained by the Lessee or Social Security life time
is ordered that this Noticebe served basis for only
published once a week for SHOPPING DAYS lease whether the the premises bidder without desires Air to guarantee. Will not wear out. $39.95 each. Terms available.
two consecutive weeks In the Comes with
complete two
Daytona Beach Conditioning and the monthly They be inspected and
Observer a news- UNTIL CHRISTMAS may
rental should be adjusted to
reflect -
pocket carrying case. Price
published in Volusla. Coun-
paper If Air Conditioning Is de- tested in warehouse at unclaimed -
ty. Florida and The Flagler only $2.00. Wonderful for
Tribune, a newspaper publishedin agent or his attorney or It will sired or not. freight 527 Volusla
Klagfler County. Florida. be barred according to law. 4. The Flagler Beach Municipal Christmas gift. Send name .
Daytona Beach Mon. Fri. '9
Pier House shall be used by (
Each creditor shall deliver
Date of first November
publication. social security number and
sufficient of his claim the Lessee as a Restaurant.Sporting a. m. 6 Sat. 9
27, copies toenable p.i m., a. m.; -
liOAltO lON'SUPERVISORSIs the County Judge to mall Equipment Shop and $2.00 to Mrs. M. Davis P. O. 1 m. Nov. 27 Itc.
Vendors Shop and for other p.
/ V. Guy Day. Secretary one to each personal represen- purposes or: uses whatsoever.no Box 97 Flagler Beach 32036.
Nov Dec. 2tc. tative.
27. 4. Dated this 21st day of Novem- 5. No alcoholic beverages Nov. 20, 2tc. MAN OR WOMAN J
ber 1969. shall be served or dispensed on '
LEGAL ADVERTISKNENTTIII4 the leased premises at any timewith INCOME SPARE TIME
the exception of special -Like new unfurnished No
As Administratrix of the selling. Refill and collect
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S Estate ofCHARLES parties or banquets In the ban- 3 bedroom home on
$ CO(HIT, IN AND FOIL' K1.AO11211 J. MISSINNE quet hall at which time alcoholic Intracoastal money from U. S. Postage
j COUNTY I'-liOllIUA. IN a/k/a C. J. MISSINNE. beverages/ may be served. Waterway. Also Stamp Machines in this area.
6. That the lessee is lease furnished 2 bedroom
.UIlA..J a/k/a CHARLES JOHN to home 1
To qualify must have references -
NO. iKKl: MISSINNE all furniture fixtures and equip- ,block from car,
V IN ItE: ESTATE OF Deceased. ment on the leased premises and ocean. Centrally $900 to $1,900 cash I
CHARLES J. MISSINNE. Richard A. Schwartz shall be responsible for themaintenance located. Caldwell Realty 439- Investment
a/k/a c.: J. MiaaUNNt: ;. 200 South Rid ere wood Avenue of said furniture 2100. Nov. TFC required. Ten
a a/k/a. CHARLES JOHN MISSIN- Daytona Beach. Florida fixtures and equipment normal 27 hours weekly can net excellent .
NE.: Deceased. Attorney for AdministratrixNov. wear and tear excepted.
;, NOTICE TO CItEDITOllS 27. Dec. 4. 11. 18. 4tc 7. The lease shall be non- FOR SALE-2 used bedroom Income. More time cam )result ,

To all creditors and all per onshaving assignable and there shall be suites, dining room set, tables In more money. Territoriesnow
claims or demands LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT no sub-letting or any alterationsor
against said estate: additions thereto without the chairs and' refrigerator. open the entire state.

You and each of you. are here- NOTICE UNDEIl FICTITIOUS written consent of the Lessor. Reasonable. 115 Flagler Ave. For personal interview writeH
by notified and required to present -' NAME LAW 8. The Lessee shall be responsible ,
& H Box
any claims and demands Notice la hereby given that for all charges for ,Flagler Beach. Itc 25266 Idlewllcl
which you or either of you, may the undersigned desiring to en- :public utilities supplied to or Branch Charlotte, North Carolina -
have against the estate of gage In business under the fictitious used on the leased premlsea. FOR SALE-100O< lb. platform zip code 28212. :Itc.:
CHARL.K.S J. MISSINNK akaC. name of 9. That the Lessee shall pro-
J. MISSINNEa/k/a CHARLES DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMI I cure public liability Insurance scales; 800 lb., safe and 200
JOHN MISSINNK. deceased late PANY OF DAYTONA BEACH. 'covering the leased premises insufficient gallon flat bottom fuel tank. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT
of Flagler County. Florida to LAKELAND AND MELBOURNE : amount to save harmless -
the County Judge of Flagler L< { : the Lessor from any and all Call Tel. 4373664. 11-27 2tp. 4 Deluxe solid sltate fully
County at his office In the Coun-. at lP1J.: Division Street. Or- >j injuries claims accidents or transistorized stereophonichigh
ty Courthouse In Bunnell. Flagnfsunim -. lando, Florida intends to regIster ',causes of action arising out of FOR RENT Compfleltely furn-
'ler Florida, within six the said name with the 'I the use of the' leased premisesby fidelity consoles in
;; the date of tlpubUca.tlon Clerk of Circuit Court of Flag- j the Lessee or any person using ished 3 bedroom home. In- beautiful bland rubbed finish.
of this notice. said premises or .
ler County. any property cludes drapes TV laundry
Each claim or demand mustbe Dated at Miami. Florida, this damaged thereon. Deluxe BSR 4 speed record
in writing and must state the 18th day of November. 1969. 10. The Lessee shall be required equipment etc. Garage and hanger and 4 speaker audio
of residence and at their own cost and expense -
place poatoOice
NATIONAL BEVERAGES large yard. Call Mary Kran-
: To be sold )
system for 79.00
address of the claimant and must INC. i to collect all admissionsto '
be sworn to by the claimant his Nov. 27 Dec. 4. 11. 18. 4tc 1 the Municipal Pier in cash ski 4373887. Itp. each. Can be paid for monthly. -
and to turn over and account
I for same to the City Clerk, the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN May be inspected In ware-
IIECEIPTS EXPENDITURES' AND BALANCES FOR ALL I gross; amount collected each day house at Unclaimed Freight

FUNDS OF THE HOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS!'! FLAG- I and. the Lessee or his or Its COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT 527 Volusla Daytona MonthruFri9a.m.to6p.m. .
collection shall be bonded
by a .-
SEPTEMIIEII!! SO. 106Q.c it I .j reputable Bonding I

.i: ,i' i. RECEIPTS. .' I 11. The Lessef shall Company.,keep the IN PItOIIATE RE Estate No.of 934 0.: Sat 9 a. m. to ,,1, p.m. .:Ltc,.. (
1Ca.h Restaurant' on the leased premises f
Balance October', I. 1968...._..._.._. ...__._..._._ 1431.470.88 I open at all reasonable times Deceaaed.FRANK BREDE. "Homemakers Earn extra, ;'
Investment Balance October 1, 1968..:.__._.___..: 0' and operate the same In an efficient NOTICE TO
Receipts from all Sources___._.___.___..::.._ 518862.18 safe and businesslike TO ALL PERSONS CREDITORS spending money without leav-
Transfers ....._..._..-._.._..____ 0 nanner seven (7) days a week. CLAIMS OR HAVING ing home. Occasional tele-
Total Available. .._.._.._..___..._._.....__..__.. 950333.06 12. An inventory of the furn- AGAINST SAID DEMANDS
Vouchers Payable September 30. 1969....._.___ 0 1 ture fixtures and equipmentresently You and each of ESTATE here-: phone interviewing. Exper-
I'I you are
>. on the leased premiseso by notified and required to file ience not necessary. No sell-
TOTAL $950,333.06 t, be leased to the L ieJ may any claims and demands which ing. Must have ,private! tele-
b>e obtained at the you, or e of ,
EXPENDITURESExpenditures City of Flagler Beach. Florida. r3r' you In hence haveagainat of phone. Send letter including:

for all purposea_.......-..-__._.._..__. 437057.97 13. The Lessor reserves the of Hon. T. K. McKNIOHT. phone number education -
Transfers _._-.-_.____._..._..../.-..__.____.__.. 0 r Ight to reject any and all bids County Judge of Flagler County, name
Total Expenditures and Transfers..._.._.__..___. 437057.97 II''ubmltted by any bidder at the at his office In the Court House any work experience
Cash Balance September 30 1969..__.._.._.__.. $513.275,09 a bove date and time NO'LTB in Bunnell. Florida within six and names of references to:
Investment Balance ,September 30. 1969 __......_.. 0 HELEN c. : CITY calendar months from the time
CLERK CITY OF FLAG- of the first publication of this American Research Bureau,
TOTAL 950333.06 LER BEACH. FLORIDA. notice. Each claim or demand Field Operations 4320 Am-
J j ames! H. Tucker must be in
writing and contain
OEOROE C!lty Attorney the place of residence and post mendale Road Beltsville.
fj.C ICfO&Yjrt
Clerk of I'. O. Box 398unnell office address of the claimantand Maryland. 20705." :Itc.
Nov. 27. 1969 lie. Flagler County Florida D Florida 32010 must be sworn to by the
27 4 3tO
Nov. Dec. 11. claimant his agent or attorney
or the same shall be void. '
.' As Executor of said Estate RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
First publication: 20 Nov. 1969.

Attorney LELAND B.for SHAW Executor LICENSE ..L i ..

See These Choice Bunnell Florida 32010 ''
Nov. 20.- 27. Dec. 4. 11. 4tc.

66 Ford Custom 4-dr. R., H. & P.S. $ 995.00 I BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS

66 Am. Rambler 2-dr., HT.V8.- P.S.: 795.00 PLAN AHEAD FORCHRISTMAS

65 Buick LaSabre 4-dr.r fac. h.

Gun Racks : : Built in Kitchens
66 Cadillac Sedan 'DeVille f. h. ,
air .r.
Bookcases : : Built In Furniture

Vanities : : Breakfast Bars

64 Pickup Ford one half ton V-8 .95.00 No order too small (minimum $4)

Laminated Plastics : : Upholstery Fronts

2-dr. Fastback V-8 P.S. air
63 Ford 595,00. FREE; ESTIMATES : : .

64 Comet 4-dr. air, P.S., H., R.,. V-8 ::795. Evening Planning Arranged '>

107 Bay St. Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928

64 Buick !2-dr. 'hard top Electra 225 995.00 .-


Open Sundays 1. p.m.. 5 p.m. :'f'w" 40 BABBITT'S YEARS EXPERIENCE PLUMBING SERVING


Auto Sales Pump Repairs Sales-, -Sales Service '

Foiitty Residential -' Commercial Contracting .

Residence Phone: 439-2098-12-1 p. m.

,,9f. U.S. 1 at Moody Blvd. Bunnell, Florida 7.8 a. m. .

Office Phone:' '439-2304


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jij 1:30: p., m. in the Flagler 'I

'. S\ LIONS MEET AT NASSAU CLASSES CANCELED JA COUNTY KI.OUI- Today: Thanksgiving Cole, president, will preside.
In C.... O4O-U
I Lions Deputy District Governor Adult Education classes MAGGIE LOU No. WALKER (-0-) (-0-)

I I Earl Caldwell was scheduled Thursday, Nov. 27 Plaintiff Monday Dec. 1: Flagler Plnettes will meet at 8 p. m.
j among 350 Florida: Lions attending have been canceled for EZKEL WALKER '(-0-) at the home of Mrs. Walton

the Council of Governors Thanksgiving holiday, accord- Defendant County Commission meetingat Kinney, St. Johns Park. There
j meeting In Nassau last Ing ot Miss Mary Susan Bran TilE STATE OK OF FLORIDA TO: 9 a. m. in the courthouse. will be a secret pal Christmasgift

I .week. nam, director. EZKEL. WALKER (-0-) exchange.
,I Residence Unknown
s 001I' You are hereby notified that a Bunnell City Commission
'l suit has been filed against you meets at 7:30: p.m. at City
the above entitled cause; and
you are hereby required to file Hall., JUDGE WADSWORTH
your answer with the Clerk of (-0-)
this Court, and to serve' a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff or VFW Auxiliary meeting at ATTENDS CONFERENCE
:' plaintiffs attorney whose name 8 m. in the VFW Post home
I''' PLUMBING CO. and address la: W. L.
FLAGLER Circuit Court Judge
Horace E. Hill West, Moody Blvd., Bunnell.
248 North Campbell Street (-0-) Wadsworfch, Bunnell, attend
Daytona Beach Floridanot ed the State Circuit Judge's
later than December 8, A. D., Flagler Senior Citizens din.
1500 S. Daytona Avenue 1969. tner-meeting at 6:30: p. m. In Conference at Marco Island
If you fall to do so. 'Default thru Friday.
I i will be entered against you for the Flagler Beach Municipal Wednesday
Flagler Beach the relief demanded In the bill Recreation Hall.Wednesday Judge Wadsworth Is the
of complaint..I The nature of saidWITNESS
ult I being for (-0-) presiding! judge for the Seventh

"i ,1'Telephone 439-2169 T. J. Miller, Owner DIVORCE my hand and seal Dec. 3: Flagler- Judicial Circuit.
of said Court this 30th day of
1 October A. D. 1969
I Clerk of said Circuit Court
(Official Seal)
By Kathryn I* Emery FUNERAL HOME
Deputy Clerk CRAIG
Nov. 6. 13, 20 2T. *c.






Disabled American Veterans DORA A.Defendant AVERY

Booe Chapter No. 86
You are hereby notified that a
NO MINORS ALLOWED suit has been nled against you .e .wrn.r.-.u..rir
In the above ''entitled cause; and
you are hereby required to file
your answer with the Clerk of
this Court, and to serve a copy after you see
thereof upon the plaintiff or
i plaintiff's attorney whose name doctor.
and address Is: your

I ON TIMECERTIFICATES Daytona 248 North Beach Campbell, Floridanot Street bring yourprescription
50 later than December 8, A. D.
10 1969.
If do so. Default 'to
will be you for
the relief demanded In the bill
VOLUf1A MINIMUM $3.000-90 DAYS of complalnt e The nature of said
., COUNTY suit being for (. &AI
my hand and seal
of said Court this 30th day of
BANS. October A. D| 1969
Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada
Ormond Beach. Florida Clerk of said Circuit Court +.. Professional Bldg.
(Official Seal) "
By Kathryn L. Emery !
Deputy ClerkNov. _
20, 27. 4tc.
6. 13.

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. 7- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. NOVEMBER 27. 1969 through, under or against them.
OULICK her husband If aliveof
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT sons or parties claiming by. if dead then her unknown _
through, under or against them, heirs, devisees, legatees or gran-
IN THM CIRCUIT COUnT FOIL JESSE] OULICK' and OU- tees, and all other persons or
KI AULKU COUNTY. KLOUI- LICK his wife If alive or if parties claiming by. through
IA dead then his unknown heirs under or against them, UKSSIK
CIVIL CASH NO, CUM devisees legatees or grantees OULICK and---OULICK
DIVISION "K" And all other persons or partiesclaiming her husband If alive or If dead<< .
JOHN J. TYNE by, through, under or then her unknown heirs! devisees L ,
Plaintiff.MARCIU8VW. against them JOHN It, UULICIC legatees or grantees, and all
and OULICK. his wife. other persons or parties claim-
KRATZ et ux. If alive or If dead, then his unknown Ing by through under or against
et al. etc. heirs I devisees, legateesor them ELIZABETH GULICK and
Defendant grantees and all other per- -OULICK. her husband
NOTICM OK SUIT sons or parties claiming by If alive or if dead, then her unknown 1s
TO THE DEFENDANTS: MAR- through, under or against them. heirs I devisees, legateesor
CIU8 WWI J TZ'K'/ '/ MAR- WILSON OOLICK and grantees, and all other per-
CIUS and OULICK. his wife. If alive or If sons or parties claiming by
-KRATZ. his wife. If dead then his unknown heirs, through under or against them,
alive or If dead then his unknown devisees, legatees or grantees, WINIFRED HKLLYER and- ,
heirs devisees, legateesor and all other persons or partiesclaiming -HELLYEH, her husband, if
grantees and all other per- by. through under or alive or if dead, then her unknown -
sons, or parties claiming by. against them WAUIIEN K. OU- heirs,, devisees, legateesor
gAvrgdelr. or againstthem LICK and -QULICK. his grantees, ,and all other per-
KRATZ. wife. If alive or If. dead, then sons or parties claiming by,
a/k/a DAVID HIRAM KRATZ. his unknown heirs, devisees, leg- 'Wlt'Uirit or against them : V ;) ; -
Individually and as Administrator atees or grantees, and all other M HELLYER and-
C. T. A. of the Estate of persons or 'parties claiming, by. I !
MARCIUS W. KRATZ and- through: under or against, them: or .If dead, then;: his unknown:: '
-KRATZ, his wife If alive or JOHN FREDERICK LAN O IS. heirs devisees legatees or gran- ..It
If dead then his unknown heirs and LANDIS. his wife If tees, and all other persons orparties I
devisees, legatees or grantees, alive or If dead then his un- claiming by. through,
and all other persons! or partiesclaiming known heirs devisees legateesor under or against them, and all
by, through under or grantees, and all other persons persons or parties having or
against them MARY K. MO YE II or parties claiming by. right! title or In
and -MOYER. her_ husband through, under or against them. rnfnarrd to the following
If alive or If dead, then EVA K. LANDIS and described realty located in Flag-
,her heirs devisees LANDIS her husband If aliveor ler County, Florida: Beginningat 1
legatees, ng"ngr and all if dead then her unknown a point ten hundred fifteen
other persons! or parties claiming heirs, devisees legatees or gran- and eight-tenths (1015.8) feetSouth
-y through, drflT againstthem tees, and all other persons or of the North East Cornerof
ALBERT P. and parties claiming by through Lot four (4) of Section 17 of
-KIIATZ. his wife. If aliveor under of against them SARAH: Township 10 south of range 31
If dead then his unknown LANDIS and-LANDIS. her east thence extending westwardly -
heirs devisees. legatees or grantees husband, if alive or If dead then sixteen hundred eighty-six
!. and all other persons or her unknown heirs, devisees leg- and two-tenths (1686.2) feet to Photo By, .:Ted: Hein
parties claiming by through, under atees or grantees, and all other a point thence southwardly twohundred
or against them. HARRY E. persons or parties claiming, by, sixty-two and seven- Massey Chapman Motors Inc., Daytona Beach, donated this
KRATZ and-KRATZ, his through, under or against, them, tenths (262.7) feet to a point:
wife If alive or If dead, then WINIFRED LANDIS and thence eastwardly' seventeen new car to Bunnell High School for their Driver Education pro- I
his! unknown heirs, devisees LANDIS. her husband, if aliveor hundred twenty-four and five-
legatees or grantees, and all oth- If dead, then her unknown tenths (1724.6) feet to a point in gram. Pictured with the new vehicle are:' Jack Hardin Driving
er persons or parties claiming* heirs devisees, legatees.. or grantees the Ocean Barrier, thence In a
by. through, erKf&Ta and all other persons or northwardly direction I In and Instructor and Kirk Robertson, student seated. > *
them JESSE and parties claiming' by. through, under through said Ocean Barrier two
-i-KRATZ. his wife If or against them. IDA. L. hundred seventy-four and eight-
alive, or If dead, then his un- KRATZ and -KRATZ. her tenths (274.8) feet to a. point
known heirs, devisees, legatees! husband if alive or if dead, then the place of beginning. Contain- pertaining to the above des- To all creditors and all persona
or grantees!, and all other persons her unknown heirs devisees legatees ing ten (10) acres of land. To- cribed parcel of land. having claims or demands
or parties claiming by. or grantees, and all other gether with the riparian rights has been filed against you and against said estate: Joseph Dur-
through, under or against them, persons or parties claiming, by. and accretions pertaining to the you are required to serve a copy ski deceased. You and each of
CORA LAURY a/k/a CORA through, under or against them: above described parcel of land, of your written defenses If any you are hereby notified and reQuired -
AWRY.. and-UAURY her MALINDA B KRATZ and- all whose place and residence to it on Donald J, Sep attorney to present any claims and
husband, if alive or if dead, then KRATZ. her husband. If alive or address is unknown. for plaintiff, whose address Is demands which you or eitherof
her unknown heirs, devisees.legatees If dead then her unknown heirs, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 120 East Granada Avenue P. O. you may have against the 8S-
or grantees, and all oth- devisees legatees ,or grantees that an action to quiet title Box 2633 Ormond Beach Flor- state of Joseph Durskl deceased -
er persons! or parties claiming and all other persons or parties the following propery in Flag- Ida and file the original with late of Flagler<< County: Florida
by. through, under or against claiming by. through, under or ler County Florida: the clerk of the above styled to the County Judge of
them RUTH UAURY a/k/a RUTH against them. ELLA F. KRATZ. Beginning, at a point ten court on or before December 17, Flagler County at his office in
LAWRY and-LAURY, her and KRATZ. her husband hundred fifteen and eight- 1969; otherwise a judgment may the County Courthouse in Bun
husband, if alive or If dead. if alive or If dead then her tenths (10158) feet South of be entered against you for the nell Flagler County Florida
then her unknown heirs devisees unknown heirs, devisees lega- the North East Corner of Lot relief demanded in the complaintor within six months from the date
legatees or grantee tees or grantees, and all other four (4) of Section 17 of petition. of first publication of this no-
and all other persons orparties persons or parties claiming by, Township 10 south of range WITNESS my hand and the tice.Each
claiming by through through, under or against hem, 31 east thence extending seal of said Court on 7th day of claim or demand must be
under or against them LUCY W D. LAWRY and -LAW- westwardly sixteen hundred November 1969. In writing and must state the'
KRATZ and- RY her husband. If alive, or if eighty-six and two-tenths GEdRGE :M. :MOODY place of residence and postofBce
KRATZ, her husband If alive or dead, then her unknown heirs (1686.2) feet to 'a point, As Clerk of said Court address of the claimant and must
If dead, then her unknown heirs devisees legatees or grantees, thence southwardly two (Circuit Clerk. Seal be sworn to by the claimant his.
devisees legatees or grantees and all other persons or parties hundred sixty-two and seven :By Emery agent, or his cAr : or it will
and all other persons or parties claiming by. through under or tenths (262.7) feet to a As Deputy Clerk be barred to law.
claiming by through under or against them SALLIE GULICK point; thence eastwardly sev- Nov. 13 4tc.LEGAL Dated this 11 day of September -
against them. MERARI QULICK and QULICK her husband enteen hundred twentyfourand ADVERTISEMENT"" 1969.
and -OULICK. her husband If alive or If dead then five-tenths (1724.5) feet Charlotte Kowaleski
if alive or if dead then her unknown heirs, devisees, to a point in the Ocean Barrier As Administratrix
her unknown heirs, devisees legatees or grantees, and all other thence In a northwardly IN TIIR COUNTY JUDGES of the Estate.of Joseph Dur-
legatees' or grantees and all persons or parties claimingby. direction in and through said COII11T. IN AND FOR FLAG- ski Deceased
other persons or parties claim- through, under or against' Ocean Barrier two hundred L.KII COUNTY KLOItlUA. IN DUFFETT. BARRY AND SBPS
ing by through under or against them. ACQUILLA OULICK and seventy-four and eight-ten- 1MIOIIATK 120 East Oranada Avenue P. O.
them. ROBERT F, KRANTZ and i LICK. her husband, if ths (274.8) feet to a point NO. O31 Box 2633. Ormond Beach Flor-
-KRANTZ. his wife if alive or if dead, then her un- the place of beginning.' Containing IN RE ESTATE OF ida and Third Street and Ocean
allv6 or If dead, then his un- known heirs devisees, legateesor ten ((10) acres of JOSEPH DURSKI Shore Blvd. Flagler Beach
known heirs devisees, legatees grantees, and all other per- land. Together with the riparian Deceased. Florida'
or grantees and all other per- sons or parties claiming by rights and accretions NOTICE TO CREDITORS Nov 6. 13, 20. 27. 4tc.



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g- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUHS.. ,NOVEMBER 27. 1969 The FISHING LINE fishing spots of local anglers. THANKSGIVING v

By BETTE McDANIEL Most of them fishing out of HOLIDAYS FOR STUDENTS

Bing's brought In catches of Flagler County public
Thanksgiving time is'tur- drum, sheepshead and trout./ schools will be closed Thurs

key time, and reports from Flagler Fishing Camp day and Friday In observanceof
'. around 'the county Indicate The speckled perch are bit- Thanksgiving. Students

I .M it; Is also fishing time. Not all ing and there have been several will resume studies In their

f AY sportsmen will be afield, and nice black bass caught in classrooms Monday, December
the November 27 sun will Crescent and Ddad Lakes.J. .
1 at 8:20: a. m.
shine on many who are afloat N. Ilunnlcut Jacksonville,

M seeking the year, round pleasures caught the limit, 10 black bass

,of,,Florida fishing. on a top water Rapela plug. Would You Believe .
Thanksgiving day Is the time The largest weighing 7 and All Highballs, Martinis

of year when sportsmen can three quarter pounds. & Manhattans are Free

enjoy the best of both hunt- HI Hersey, Bunnell, and,Mr. Upon presentation of this
Ing and fishing according to and Mrs. Jake Taylor Georgia ad we will give you and

\. the Game.and Fresh Water boated 35 specks. Don Still- your wife or girl friend a
Fish Commission.Pier well of Jacksonville broughtin free drink with dinner

Fishing 30 large specks and Roy Spanish & Continental
Pier fishing Is stall on the Pipkins of Valdosta, Ga.

< '.' upswing 'and bottom fishingis caught 50 speckled perch. POSADA MENENDEZ -.

the most popular now, ac RESTAURANT -

..' Several CABBAGE COLLECTION '21 Avenida 829.6282 Menendez ...

1 7 pound range have been FRIDAY MORNING St. Augustine. FloridaO.

M 1d caught, ,off the pier this week.
d t n.. John Tarvers Astor caught a .AWl.
ri .g 7 pounder and several nice garbage collections will F. ALFORD

.' blues weighing 1 to 1% be made Friday morning In

pounds. Bunnell. There will be no collections Real Estate Broker
There are a lot of blues Friday afternoon.

around and are being caughtoff 'Residents are reminded to put Registered
the bdttom on cut mullet.A their trash out early to haveIt Bunnell Florida
few flounder have been picked up. AI
caught and several catches of City Hall will be closed all-
large whiting were taken.
day Thursday 'and Friday in
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shark last Thursday while fishing In the surf near south 21st The Intracoastal waterwayIs holiday, according to City I PAINT UP NOW I

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going up? NOTICE Defendant OF- SUIT

TO: JOHNNIE Residence MAY unknown MEimiTT.
Last known address; 522V&

-- ;'; <<",,At,,:/, YOU Beach.Model ARE Florida Street HEREBY Daytona NOTI

;j i .. We have a t\, '9". you In FIED the are has that above requested been a Complaint styled filed and against Court directed for you and Divorce '

to serve a. copy of your Answer
or other written defense to said
Complaint upon JAMES H.
TUCKER. Attorney for Plaintiff.
L at Post O flee Box 398. Bunnell,
: Florida. arixi to file the original
thereof with the Cleric of the
Circuit Court In and for Flakier r
County. .
i Florida Klagrler County
H ., r. Courthouse Bunnell Florida. on
; ,or before the 22nd day of Dec
ember. 1969. '
\ \ If you fall to do so. Judgment
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; 'S :' by Default will be taken and
: entered against you for the, relief -
< i Maverick prayed In said
1 \ ''A ',....l... Done and Ordered at Bunnell '
; -.: '. Flagler: County Florida this
18th day of November 1969.
.f: ;;I ". COUnT '
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'X" f Deputy Clerk
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: '.:'" '' TO AUSTIN SELPH. address
Jf. ( funtn'70.Looksfeelsactslikeasportycar' unknown
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',: :: '-at a very down to earth,relaxed price.( YOU that ARE a Complaint HEREBY for NOTIFIED Divorce- ,

has been filed against you and ,.
\.": _: = .'. .. of you your are required answer to or serve written a copy defenses

"y' Galaxle 500 2-Door Hardtop is built to be one .. A JOHNSOrf.If any to attorneys It on OREZIIC for

i 1 i Nynfd "_ of the quietest Fords ever...proves, that Plaintiff whose address la 326
.. Daytona
I 1 quality need not be expensive.. '. ; Beach. Florida and file the orig
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.- ; I ,,f) :V' ,'. styled Court on or before Decem

Nil : ; I rz':: dqujI/14 Country +1" I ,_ I Ii. at you the ber WITNESS Complaint.Bunnell.8.for may 1969r the be my relief otherwise Flagrler entered hand demanded,and a County.against Judgment seal. In-

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