The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 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
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00516
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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"'i. Airport was assured Attorney James Tucker Strickland, Chairman .

'.' .... lighting today when the told the, Bunnell City Com of Volusla Board of County :
Board of County Commission missions he Director .
Monday night Briggs, of Volusla
.ers accepted the lone bid of had scheduled a meeting in Commissioners, and Bruce I
Mansfield of Ohio for lights, I Gainesville with Farmers Area Planning Council, attended
wiring and beacon light for Home Administration officialsto' a meeting In Flagler '
runway, and taxi strip for a discuss repayment of a County Tuesday evening to'
total; price of $4324.70. .Dellv- f loan for the city's proposed discuss Joint 'county planning.
'ery.time' would be about. four' 1 4t sewerage project* The meet. "We would be glad 'to have
weeks.: t Y ing is slated Monday December Flagler County Join our Plan
The contract did not: include 8 at 4 p,'m.. Tucker said. ning Council", Stickland said
installation. CommissionerLouis In other business ,the commission 'and added; "we are not Inter
Stefllk moved that the : ested in trying to annex Flag '
county; advertise for install'atibti. Agreed to delay payment of ler County". t 1,
.. Motion was carried. $32,000 to City Engineer E. The meeting was presided ."

Jack Miller, manager for .. ... -.. Dawk Ins, Orlando, until all over by Dr. John Canakaris.
Rellim Strops, stated' that he necessary reports for the sew. president of Flagler Chamberof
would furnish drawings fora erage system have' been submitted Commere and Bill Lens
lighted wind-tee which the ,to FHA. The city has sen, chairman of Chamber'

county will make.G. paid. .the. engineering .firm$20OOO Planning Committee. '
H. -Neeley, Master of i1 ... ''for the final plans. The meeting was attendedby '> 1
Bunnell Lodge No. 200 appeared ... !The engineering fee is basedon eleven members of. the :
before the Board to request ) : the estimated cost of the Chamber Board of Directors
s;,.; : ;;
'the cooperation of the Countyon $750,000 program. Mayor Herbert Fuller and
the voting machine!which -: :-- ::===;- Heard Chamber of Commerce Commissioners Max Porte and J;
is located at the Lodge Tem President Dr. John Howard .Lerch and Zoning ;
pie. Neeley said 'the heavy ,,. Canakarls extend an invita Commissioner Ernest Prough :
machine had been rolled over tion to t'\e' commissioners to of Flagler Beach and Mayor.
the floor and 'damaged it so attend an Area Planning Hubert Pelllcer and CommissIoner

that the Lodge had to Installa R,, ",'..".....';..,.,..,',.'...'....'If!..,,!.!' w.tLDl! ( Council meeting Dec. .2 at the Cary Holland or Bun-
new floor. I 'i '" .. : ;' Bunnell Civic Center. Dr., Ca- nell.Only .
Also, Neeley stated that at Wakaris/ also asked the commissioners two county commissioners .
the last election the Lodge refrigerator ," to continue it's annual Alfred Tucker and .
was disconnected expenditure to the C. of Louis Stefllk, were present to
and all the food spoiled caus ;Ir hear the presentation of the
ing a considerable mess to be ) C.Voted to advertise for bids Volusia County Commission,
cleaned up. He requested that '\ for 700 ft.;"of '6 Inch cast iron Chairman. Three county officers -
the machine not be left in the pipe for water installationsfor were present.

way after election was over. the Flagler Housing Project "The money you have spent'J,:
Commissioner Alfred Tucker .. on the Mel Conner plan is no ;
moved that a resolution be Heard Street Superintendent good",; Strickland said, "If you !
adopted requesting the State Miller Teters report the JUst ,let it' lay 'on the table. It. !
Road Department to permitthe city's' Christmas lights will'be must be implemented to be of, :

County Board to clean' out ready to turn on December 10. value"_ .. ,
the ditch on ,the so'uth. side of; Approved: .issuing: 'aL-hulldfc: ...)I. ,Strickland emphaslzed..tha.'t ___.._+- .4.
Highway 100 from intersection, ing permit Rachel Hall to .planning; for Flagler County
of Deen Road west to the.King,& A DBJC first year photo student, Charles Young of,Columbia, construct a' block: house on a was Just as necessary as for; I
Canal. This ditch would be South Carolina, took this interesting early morning study of a 96x100 ft. lot on S.' Anderson'' Volusia. Every dollar spent'onplanning "
extended along Deen, Road to fisherman digging for sand fleas at Flagler Beach. would be multiplied' '
drainage relief In that St.Approved times in value receivedin
I' give He used a setting of 1/500 at F22. the city clerk hir- many
area. The motion carried.. Wanelle Hunter for the future.'
ing part-
The scene Is the old Brunei's Pier north of Flagler Beach
Commissioner Alfred Tuck ;time work at City Hall at $60 f'
er moved that the County.em per week. :
ploy an attorney to draw up'a JOHN PREER, MRS.. MATTIE Ai' :Agreed to pay the registration ? DR. AIKEN TO "'
charter form of government BROOKS DIEDTHURSDAY fee of City Attorney Tuck ADDRESS FLAGLER '' I'
for F1agler'County.. The motion BEACH RESIDENT, .. er to attend meetings of the .:

was not seconded. Sever.. DIED'SUNDAY League, of Municipalities. BEACH,, PTA !
al commissioners explained Mrs. Mattie. Brooks, 84, Agreed to advertise a pub -
/ Be A
iDon't Careless Parent"is
that while they favored a John R. Freer Sr., 81, 1860S. died Thursday afternoon, November lic hearing on rezoning from the subject of the
charter form of government, Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler: >27th af Ormond Beach residential to' commercial' program
to be Dr. WalterC.
they believed that legislative Beach, passed away Sundayat Memorial Care Center. property at MoodyIvd.' and Aiken presented' by
appointed study commissionwas Ormond Beach 'Home Medical Mrs. Brooks"was born In St> Bacher St. at the request'of Dr. ,
Chiropractor, at the Flagler
necessary. ,. Center. Johns County and had livedin Canakaris, who plans to erectan
P. T. A. meeting In the
Action was taken to approvea Born in Opelika, Ala. he Bunnell more than 50 years. office building in that.area;
canal entrance into Intra 'moved to Flagler! Beach 27 Che was a member of the First, school cafeteria, _Tuesday December -
coastal Waterway': about 2. years ago from Ocala. He wasa Baptist Church of Bunnell. 9, at 7:30: p. m.
miles north of St.' Joe Grade. retired hardware merchant She is survived by two FLAGLER WOMAN'S While elaborating on (the

The canal would' be part of and owned Preer's Gift Shopat daughters: Mrs. Lewis Woods, CLUB WILL STAGE all lecture children topic should Dr. Aiken be said
Levitt canal system in their Flagler Beach. He was a Bunnell, and. Mrs. Ernest' given
housing development.Bill member of Bunnell First United Decker Orlando; two sons: XMAS BAZAAR every opportunity to grow up
Lenssen appeared be- Methodist Church. Reverend T. Shelton Brooks, healthy. However, parents often -,
fore the Board ,to request that. Survivors include his wife, Bunnell and A. A. Brooks Christmas ornaments,,hand neglect to see that their
made Noel novelties and holIday children receive periodic spinal
$200 recommended ,by Recreation Ruth; a son, John, Jr., Bloom. West Palm Beach; eleven examinations. '.
Board for Junior Bas. Ington Indiana;, and two grandchildren and fourteen baked goods are but a Spinal
This two few salables that will be offered alignments and postural defects I
be '
ketball approved. grandchildren. great-grandch1Idren;
which and
was approved, with the under. Funeral services were held brothers and three sisters. sit the Flagler Woman'sClub go undetected '
annual Christmas bazaar could cause disease and disability -:
'standing that the Recreation Wednesday morning 'at Phoe Graveside funeral serviceswere
111,.Board would have authority nix City, Ala held at 10 a. m. Saturday Saturday, December 6 from In later IHe.-
with 10:00: a. m. to 5 p. m. at the "Spinal examinations! of
to approve any bills submitted Craig Funeral Home, Bun at Hope Cemetery "
before being paid by the nell, was in charge of. local Reverend Marvin Stedam, clubhouse 1524 S. Central more 100,000 students
Avenue. Dr. Aiken added, "show that
Count arrangements. pastor of First Baptist' Church
LeriSSan submitted. his resignation of Interlachen officiating. .Sandwiches, pie and coffee 60 percent of the youngsters
as a member of the Pallbearers were: Charles will be served at the club's examined! have spinal de.
Flagler Recreation Council BUNNELL PTA PLANS Worley, George Wickline, Levi snack bar from 11:30 a. m. til. fects.
stating that since he was goIng Brannam; Duane Deen, Raymond Other organizations sponsoring The lecture, illustrated by
into a recreation businesshe SPECIAL NARCOTICS Smith and Earl Rice. gift tables and boothsare slides,'will 'explain how a bal

would want _to avoid' any PROGRAM Craig Funeral Home was in Flagler WSCS Flagler anced spine arid efficient
possible conflict of interest.His charge of arrangements. WMU, Community Memorial nervous 'system are essential I
resignation would' be" effective Bunnell Parent Teacher Asp. Ladles Guild.' Catholic to normal body function at
as soon as a replacement soci'atlon'< plans a special program Churches Altar Society; Flag any''age.
could be named.Commissioner to be presented Thurs.' RECREATION' COUNCIL ler Garden Club; ''Korona Everyone Is, welcome. : "
Louis Stefllk day, December 11, by Deputy, PUBLIC MEETING Community Club; DAV Aux -,
moved that' since all other Sheriff Jim Jones, Narcotics DEC. 8 diary; and Flagler Beach Taxpayers TIDE TABLE '
county employee salaries had Squad, ot. Volusla County MONDAY, >Assn.A Tides For December 4-10

been raised the county prosecutor Sheriff's.,,:Department. The Flagler County Recreation large crowd 'is expectedto HIGH LOW .
salary 'be Increased The program will be illustrated Advisory Council will attend the 'annual all-day Day A.M. P.M. A.M P.M. ,
from $300 to $400 a month. with "dope" equipmentthe conduct its 'annual public' event. 4 3:36 3:54 9:48: 10:00
County Prosecutor.. James sheriffs department has meeting In Bunnell Monday' 5 4:30 4:42 10:42: 10:48:
taken from In the night December: 8 'at 8:00: at SPACE PROGRAMTO
Tucker would, be required to youth Vp- 6 5:18: '5:36: 11:30 11:36
sign a statement waiving lusla County area and samples the county courthouse. The BE. PRESENTED 7 6:12 6:30 12:01: 12:24 .
statutory fees. The motion or different types-of narcotics council conducts a public AT BUNNELL SCHOOL 8 7:00: 7:18 12:24: 1:12r'" ;
carried. will: be displayed.' meeting at Bunnell and Flag 9 7:54 8:12 1:12 2:00:
Jones '.will -tell of ler Beach annually. 'Cape Kennedy Educational
Commissioner George Wick- Deputy 10 8:42: 9:06: 2:00 2:54': "
line was appointed to repre- actual dope cases he* has Flagler County residents are Office: Representative Bob -' t
sent the County Board at the handled and point out the asked to submit requests' and Williams present a space program 16 MORE "
hearing on.the Black Branch danger: signals ,to observe in recommendations. for recrea in the Bunnell High
Watershed Hn Tallahassee on youth who are -using various tional projects and expenditures School Gymnasium'' Monday. SHOPPING DAYS .. 1. t

December 8 th. .. .- forms of dope. for the ensuing r year; .December-'... 8. UNTIL CHRISTMAS .'r, .. '
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mitt' flu ler mribuurINCORPORATED
Entered as aecond class matter
February 6. 1913 at the poet-
IIUNNKI.L. 1.I.onIDA.J onice at Bv nnell. Florida under 4CHOIC EOKwtNa Lean Western
Act'of. March S. 1876.
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television that U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT' '
you get tired of watching news programs
seem to play up protest marches and campus unrest? 'I.:

Then you read an "expose" a few days later and find that ROUND STEAK lb. 9Slb.
some of .the riot scenes were faked. That some of the television
,producers furnished the placards and staged the scenes they

were shooting. ,
Did you read the report about how the television newsmen U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
faked scenes of police brutality in Chicago during the Demo-
cratic Convention? The effect on the millions of people watch- ROAST 58U. <
Ing could have ,thrown a close election to the Republicans. .
Did you follow the "JudlcUal farce" of the trial of some of
the hippy revolutionaries who were tried in Chicago last month?
Did-you get the impression the "show" was put on for the benefit S. D. A. Choice

of We television are safe from cameras"arranged? news" only when we keep an CHUCKZuber's STEAK lb. 6S

open mind In watching television newscasts and realize that
what you see may or may not be a true picture but. Instead
a'picture of half-truths and manufactured scenes.
There is an old saying "Believe nothing you hear and half
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Did you ever stop to think about how few campus disorders .I
,there might be if there were no television cameras to give them lb. 73e lb. 58cwwww
the needed publicity? Or how many peace marches there mightbe .
if there were not some fifty million television sets giving .. -
them free publicity? '
The U. S. Attorney General has stated in Washington as Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D "CUT UP"
did Congressman Bill Chappell when he was in'Flagler Countytwo
weeks ago that it was a known fact' that Communist agitators -
were organizers of the Washington Peace March and 5 POUND $189
Mobilization. mim. _
/Think of all the free publicity the TV cameras gave themas
they attacked government buildings, tore down the 'u, S. I

Flag and fought American police in the nation's capitol. And ...
think of the comfort it gave the Communists in Hanoi; and the

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times this writer has been critical of some of Vice President
Spiro Agnew's policies; but we admire the courage. it took to
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We watched President Richard Nixon as he spoke to us S'TEW' ,; 3 For: $I00 FOLGER'S
were with his straightforward 'I "
about the Vietnam War and: we impressed '
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when ithe news analysts Immediately followed the president Ea.
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We might add that we are pleased with, public statements PANCAKE
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died. The'whereabouts of their RODGERS
i. Social Security father is unknown. Are social
security benefits payable to .
I I these children now? : 3 49"Limit
N-E-W-S ..A. Probably yes. Monthly
, benefits are payable now to FROZEN FOODS -
f 1 with $5.00 or "
children whose mother ,has
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died providing she was in,
'" year old 'wife and my 8O year sured under Social' SecurityYou 20 oz Size
old mother.In the event of my should to social -= FRESH Ea.BREEZE .
go your PEACH:
benefits payable to PIES
t death are security office and file a claimon E 29CMorton's
both of these dependents on
hehalf of the children. U. S. No. 1POTAT9ES'
P" my own account? You will need to take their
A. ''Yes. Your wife will be birth certificates, and the
eligible for monthly benefitsas death certificate of the moth- 2Ib"s
a widow providing she is
t at least 60. (disabled widows er.Q.. My husband and I have
may be entitled if age 50 or been raising our two grand Giant
older.) Your mother may also children since birth.Will these 49'
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;', she established she was security benefits on his account Golden RipeBANANAS
c G I dependent upon you for at when he retires? Limit 1 with $5.00 or'more' food order
least half her total support. A. No. The social security ,
Dependent parents benefits law provides benefits to
r are payable at 62 or older but "children" of retired, disabledor
;y not prior to the death of the deceased workers. This cov-
.' child providing support. ers natural children,,' stepchildren -
u Q. I ,am program chairmanfor or legally adopted
our club, and I would like children. There is no provision I
to have someone speak to my for payment' for grand
club on Medicare. children. I

f I-,.r t flee A.has The several Social speakers Security wro of- ;DI ] ] till ''I1

will be happy to talk on any
;' aspect of Social Security or WES AAEI'4r..n..w.a.
... Medicare at any time. There .!1 EVERYBODY'SBUSINESS
f',' Is no charge for, this service/ iI
"t, Several films are also available It ,..,.-- t 'OPEN SUNDAYS
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Y If desired.Q. I
-- 8OO Phone 437-3227
a.m. -1:00
[ Q. My three grandchildrenhave ta rv = p.m. U.S. No- BUNNELL
rv, Just come to live with 1 Quantity Rights Reserved :Prices Cood
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BUNNELL We describe the way we act FELLOWSHIP-DINNER \ CHURCH
going and coming to physical SUNDAY. DEC! 7 t

ELEMENTARY education and lunch. We keep There will be a fellowship I I nJ I

SCHOOL NO. 2 trying to improve. covered dish 'dinner at the I .NEW"SLH" .
News From Mrs.'Ashley's6th Carolyn Burnham and Flagler Beach' United Metho. '

Grade Class Arthur Williams have the dist Church Sunday, Decem. ........... .. 1>:---,,
We have Just finished read. best table manners Iru our ber 7 following the morning

ing a book called "Twenty. :, room. worship service.Immediately THOMAS CHURCH FLAGLER COUNTY
One Balloons", by William P. We are anxious to find out following the CHURCH DIRECTORY
Du Bois. It is a story about a who will win the Password dinner the administrativeboard

volcanic island full of diamond Award in our room. will meet; according to SUNDAY
mines. The volcano explodes 'Dr. Dallas," Browning, pastor.
arithmetic, we are doing BEACH WSCS willl conduct Its an Rev. Father Anthony
many interesting things to SLATED DECEMBER 4 XMAS PARTYDECEMBER business meeting and Leon. Pastor
learn about of Church Mission
our facts and
have fun at the same time. members Sunday De St. Marys Church Korona i 1

We play a multiplicationgame "What's New In VTuberculo-) '"" Mrs. Clyde. Duensing, Jr. 8. The meeting is Sunday Mass.._.._... 7:30 a. .m. i
called "Open the Treas. sis?" is the topic to be discussed :V1H present a Christmas 'program Immediately fol Weekday Masses: Monday
ure Chest" and one called at the '. \ Conference for .. ?> at the Flagler Beach the 10:00: a.. m. wor Wednesday and Friday, 8:30a.
"Jet Piolet". Our teacher Nurses slated '. December 4 WSCS annual} Christmas par service. m. I

writes messages to us in code. from 9 a. m. to 3:30: p. m. at ty Thursday morning Decem A covered dish luncheon y
I Each day someone bringsin the Voyager Motel in Daytona ber 11 at 9:30: in the United be served at noon in the ,,-d
a news item from the paper Beach. The conference is Methodist Church. fellowshiphall. for the congregation.The Blessed Sacrament Chapel
and we discuss it. We watch sponsored by the SpaceportArea "' newly Installed stained Flagler Beach
"Places in the News" on Mon TB & RD Assn. In coop. Hostess for :the affair are sanctuary 'door, design Sunday Mass _.___...9:00 a. m.
day mornings to find out tration with' Florida Nurses Mrs. Axel Johnston and Mrs. and made by Tom Hum Weekday Masses: Tuesday

about other news. Our articlesgo Assn., Districts Six 'and Eight. Allen Jenkinsonr, will be dedicated dur Thursday and Saturday at
on our bulletin board. We Registration gets underwayat a special ceremony Sun- 9:00 a. m.Catechism.
have one Just for news. 8:45: a. m. There is a small lKUALi ADVERTISEMENT afternoon. All church : Classes. 3:00. p. m.
Last week we drew picturesto registration fee but studentsare IW T1IR COUNTY JUDGE'S* are reminded to at- Tuesday.St. .
( describe' story we. had exempt, according to Mrs. COUNTY, FLORIDA .
read. Levi Brannam, board member., IN FIIOIIATH SOO Stephens Bunnell
Our teacher reads us stories Mrs. Brannam said all local I. O'RYAN. SCIENCE, Sunday Mass:.__..1O:3O a. m.
without endings. We act them nurses and, nursing students also known'--aa Catherine. Catechism Classes: 3 p. m.
out and put in endings of our are invited to attend the all. deceased Tuesday. .
own. conference. NOTION OF FINAL" IIRPOUT Confessions before all
day AND APPLICATION FOIL DIS- DEC. 7. 1969 masses. /
-- Devotion Novena
CIIAua..J Weekday :
All persona are hereby notified "God the Only Cause and to Our Lady Wednesday and
that executor the undersigned of said as estate ancillary will be the subject of Saturday after Mass. s
FLAGLER ,COUNTY INSURANCE has completed the administration Lesson-Sermon read this
thereof and has filed in said "
Court his final report and application In all Christian Community Memorial
'' for discharge. Objections churches. The public
AGENCY Inc. thereto If any. should be duly welcome. This verse' from Church
filed. After filing of publication
proof Ave.
Daytona Flagler Beach
showing this notice has is part of the lesson:
been published once a week for Reverend R. W. Dicker Pastor
All Forms of 'Insurance four (4) consecutiveweeks' the Corrie, let us worship and Sunday School ..._.._.._._...9:45
matter will. come. before the down: let us kneel be
Court. Worship Service _..__.1100
LIFE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY-BONDS First publication on December the Lord our maker.correlative Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof
4, 1969. following
:1 FORREST J. IRWIN from Science and each month at 2 p. m.
305 East Blvd. Phone 437-3171 As Ancillary Executor
Moody -:-
Claude O. Yarn with Key to the Scrip
,Bunnell Florida 32010 St.Post Augustine Office Box i:Florida 374 by Mary Baker Eddy, First Baptist Church
Attorney for Ancillary ExecutorDec. also a part of the sermon: Moody BoulevardBunnell
.- 4. 11. 18i 25. 4tc.Snapup real man spiritual Sunday School_.__.9:45 a. m.

r immortal, but the mortal Worship Service-.11:00 a. m.
imperfect so.called 'child Evening Worship..._7:3O p. m.
of men' are counterfeits Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.

the beginning, to be laid Wednesday
\'. for the pure reality."
': .
First United

l' CONCERT CHOIR Lambert Avenue. Bunnell

IX PERFORM BACH'S Rev. Earle A. Wilder. Pastor .
Sunday School__...9:45: a. m.
r S MAS.ORATORIO". Worship Bervlce.v.llOO a. m. '
'Stetson ,University Con Youth Choir
Rehearsal: 6:45p.
iI'I Choir and Orchestra, un- m. Wednesday
direction of Professor Har Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal:
a bargain M. Griffin, will present Its 2nd and 4th Thursday at 3 1.
Christmas program, 3 p. m.
'will feature the "Christ :MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays

Oratorio" by Johann Se- 6:30 p. m.
Bach. Performances WSCS: 1st Wednesday at
be Friday, December 5, at 9a.m.

\ Electric rates (" m. and Sunday, Decem Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursday
... .' ',. 1 7, at 3 p. in. in Elizabeth at 8p.m.
,:. :< 'Qt <.. a Y have down auditorium. Methodist Men: 3rd 'Wednesday -
gone, :: will be no admission at 7:15 p. m.

Pa.a...s a4 s .J; {;.Kl Y. Ykg4 y gsot'b .. 1 >s 'i 1 eleven times, f ",- but a free will offer-
o y th kxLA.f. k : '' will be taken. Flagler Beach United ...
Glaze; tenor and Affil Methodist ChurchDR.
; ::: since 1957!. ,: i Artist with Stetson Univ. DALLAS BROWNING.

: t will sing the role of PASTOR

.. iTa tor. Soloists will be Daytona Ave.., Flagler Beach
+ k > '1\t'\ .; Snap!And home is : from students in. Con. Church School.945 a. m.
; your ;;
v Choir. Solo instrument.
Morning Worship..11:00: a. m.
yh .
J 'j 'g flooded with light. Twist a dial. :
.. are Julie Carter, Flute; Womens Society Christian t
And your laundry gets .'f'. Cushman, oboe; and Service: 2nd Thursday of each
washed while you do the Canfield, violin. The month 'at.._._.._..__9:3O a. m.
*} >. Y ;' of the entertainment world! ,of the Stetson University ember 7 will be "The Holy
'' come into the room, I .4:. Geoffrey Gilbert, City".
a in full color. .It *

: :: L ". ,; Today we rely on electricity -: PENTECOSTAL

'. so much, and have it so '.;.,. ATTEND
: : '. :
I readilyat our fingertips that ,
BunnelL Off Franz St.'
;; we often forget how miraculous'I I',' Strickland* Marvin REV. JOHN LINGOLD
would have seemed few and Mrs. Frank Clegg
it all a ft
'''I: A.t ; : : Sunday School..._.J.OOO: a. m.
.!, i generations ago. And we, seldom M-Night at First Worship Service..._.11:00 a. m.
Asa R know what a great bargain .,f 1 Church in Ormond Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.

: }#' flameless electric is, especially a. .. Monday night. About Worship Serv.._-Sun. 7:30: p. m.
< in these inflationary times. Baptists from the Halifax I

The average price per kilowatt r r': attended. St. Thomas Episcopal
hour paid by FPL-served: "
;* d 2; ?e The Rev. Thomas Mably
+ : i; f families today is one-third less SPEAKER NAMED
4 ; : I'' I Priest In Charge
s than it was in 19571 John Scalp of the 3 miles east of Bunnell on
t' = then that Department of John Highway 100
/. t No wonder you Stetson University will be
much."It's the Morning Worship.1000
use electricity so "I speaker at First Baptist a. m.
Church School__..10:00
biggest bargain in your budget. a. m.
:> < of Bunnell, Sunday.
\ Holy first Sunday'of
Snap it upi I IriomoA ) each month

: F=Fl : PLAN DINNER First Baptist ChurchN.

,, '. I Flagler Beach Metho Central Ave Flagler'Beach
1 rowm m laws COMPANY Men have announced Rev.' Max HalL Pastor
for a dinner meeting on
,. Sunday School..9:45: a. m.
t night December 8th. Worship Service...11:00 a. m.
: women of the church will
> Evening Prayer
;:, <
.d" and serve the food. Service .._..___.._..7.00 p.. m.'

I", : FIGHT INFLATION:USE'ELECTRICITYI. What else costs less today. .than. It.did In 1957 .Christmas There will theme be speaker will be First Wednesday after the
\ ": 1l.3;; ( / "' #' ., First Sunday of each month
"t: .. ",.,..I,:.ti.,P".,<,,1t'<;, i"' J':!' .'....''I'.. I ,. 'i--: '" .', ... .". 4 '. the dinner. All men are Family Night ..._._6:00: p. m. .
\ f" "', ;:A'I < : ..: '" to participate. There Business
: ._ rti Meeting, 7:30 p. m.
., t .
.I ,f t,'" r .I J ".of -." ,"<1 Ct.",,>" be a''charge"for the din Community Hymn Sing 1st

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VFW Post 5213 Auxiliary
Plans for,a Christmas'party Linda
marrlge of Miss members will meet at 8 p. m.
were made 'IatJ.' the Disabled
Mae Llngold to Howard
Friday at the home of Mrs.
American Veterans meeting Dwayne Kent will be solemnIzed Anthony Pandhella
'" Ilwy. 100
last week the
at Flagler
f', at seven-thirty Saturday their Christmas party 'and
Beach Municipal Hall. The evening December 6 at Pa- gift. exchange. Those planning ,
event is slated Monday, December latka Pentecostal Holiness to attend are asked to
22 at 6:30: m. at
p. Church.
meet at the Bunnell Jiffy
Harbor Inn at Flagler Beach. ,All friends and relatives are
Store for "traris <>rtatlon. All
:> ,. '
Santa will make t
apearanceand invited to the ceremony and members are urged to attend.
distribute gifts to the reception afterward at the

youngsters. Ravine Gardens Civic Center, HOLIDAY GUESTSThanksgiving
Members voted to send a Palatka. '

I $25. donation to assist the guests at the !
Christmas at Lake home, of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
program BEACH, LIONSSPAGHETTI Wilkes, Flagler Beach 'T
City Veterans Hospital.It :t, were
was reported the post DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilkes r'r

contributes $10 monthly to SLATED DECEMBER 7 and sons Kim' and Mike and

the Flagler County Youth The Flagler 'Beach Lions Mr. and Mrs..Sam Fritts, all of ,

r! Action Club and ,also to the Club will sponsor a spaghetti Winston Salem, N. C. p A.

: Gainesville Veterans Hospital dinner from 12.3:30: p.m. Sun '

for recreational activities.It day December 7 at the Flag ATTEND ORANGE;. IT'S BIRTHDAY TIME
was announced members ler Beach Municipal Hall. Pro BOWL GAMESAmong

would attend the Christmas ceeds from the project go to- those from Bunnell Holly Steflik, fourth from right, celebrated her sixth birthday .

party at Harry-Anna Crippled ward club activities. attending the Orange Bowl, Saturday at a party at her home, Hwy. 100, Bunnell. Pictured .

Children's Hospital at Uma- Tickets may be obtained 'game at Miami, last weekend with Holly are, classmates Jackie Capo Denise Boyette,

tilla. DAV Auxiliary members from any club member ormaybe were' Dave 'and Katherine Bobby Jean Sizemore, Kay Murray, Serena Zeller, Janet Peavy,

assisted by ladies of the Flag purchased at the door. Perryman, and,,daughters Kay Connie Sheffield and Martin Steflik.
ler Beach Trailer Park are preparing Everyone Is invited.THANKSGIVING and Jan: Dale and Rosemary
gifts for the annual Brown and som David; Ferris Yuletide colors of red and green were used In the party dec-

event. VISITORSMr. and Geneva. "Solomon and orations.A birthday cake decorated with Christmas holly was

!, Commander Wilkins appointed Buddy and Myra, Wadsworth.Mr. served with Ice cream'and punch to the young guests.
and Mrs. Joe White ,
Bill Damron, Gilbert Miss Cheryl McGriff assisted Mrs. Steflik with outdoor
children returned to
Krier and Ernest Prough to and Mrs. Claude Tanner -
their.home at Holly Hill, S.'C. games.
serve on the audit committee. and children of 'Tampa

Members agreed to offer after spending Thanksgiving were weekend guests at the ,
in Bunnell visiting Mr. and
free membership for one year : home of Sheriff/and Mrs. P. A. HOME ECONOMICS BUNNELL ELEMENTARY
Mrs. Joe Brock and sons and
to new members acceptedinto Edmonson.
the organization during Mrs. Evelyn White. SCHOOL NO. 2 PTA

January, February and March, FLAGLER BEACH WOMAN'S CLUB,
NEW 'RESIDENTSMr. Bunnell Elementary SchoolNo
and Mrs. Jack West, TAXPAYERS SUPPORT: Mrs. Essie Thompson", Flag 2 Parent Teachers Association -
ler County Extension Home will elect officers for
Atlanta Ga.
recently purchased CLUB BAZAARMrs.
THANKSGIVING IN VA. the Harding home For- Economic Agent, will speak to. the 1969-70 school year when

Mr.and Airs. L./L.Harris and sythe St., Bunnell, ,and are Sarah :Dickinson and the Flagler Woman's Club they meet Tuesday night. The
in their Mrs. Marian pee will be in members Wednesday, Dec. 10 meeting Is slated at 8
Mrs Linda Whitley and son, now residing new p. m.
Michael spent the Thanks- home. charge of the taxpayers at 2 p. m. Mrs. Thompson's ''In the school cafeteria, ac.
retired booth BIt the Woman's Club topic will be "Family Get-To cording to
giving holidays in Martins- Mr. West recently Principal "Averley
ville, Va. visiting Mr. and after 20 years as Maintenance Building Saturday- morning, gether and Sharing". Brown. '
December 6. Special music will
Mrs. John 'Hornsby and child- Manager of the AtlantaY. "* becmfht ...-
M. C. A. "The public is Invited to Special guest will be Miss LEGAL
ren.Mrs.. Harris remained for ... visit the bazaar, enjoy, the Ecelyn Rooks U. of Florida

'several weeks visit.THANKSGIVING DINNER GUESTS food, shop for gifts, and meet Family Life Education Spec. REqUEST FOR. IIIDS
friends old ''and new while ialist of Florida Agricultural- Sealed bids will be received
Mrs. J. A. Clegg and daughter getting into the spirit of it 1st. In the office of the City Clerk of
GUESTS Karen Mrs. Scott Sheffield the Cityof Bunnell,
all Florida In
Mr. Richter said "theseare the Civic
and'Mrs. Lee Mr. LEGAL APVISUTlMKiMKNT Center Building, on or
the 4:30 p- Mon
Thanksgiving holiday guestsat community activities'that Hefore. the 15th
and Mrs. Bob Hlllmani and y December.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. are priceless. Thousandsof the following:
Richard Cantrell were IVAMH LAW
Z. G. Holland, Jr were Mr. and city ,dwellers are deprivedof Notice ls hereby given that the Seven Hundred Feet (700'
SIx-Inch f
Mrs., Grant Holland, Leesburg, Thanksgiving dinner guestsof these simple Joyous get-to- undersigned, under the provle-I Iron Pipe (6 or >an Tytom-Type equivalent 6ast
iintSf Chapter
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 20. 953. Laws of
and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Col- gethers". Florida. Acts of: 1941 will regleter the. Includingthe followingfor
ot MerrItt Island. above
quitt of Lexington, Ga. Thompson The all-day-"event begins at : with the 'iC erk-of"the Circuit Three pipe: '
.... Court In -ahd (3) Six-Inch-) valves.
10 a. m. All persons who wishto County Florida upon recent of FootrBury) Fire Plugs. Two-
HAW CREEKCHRISTMAS Mr. and 'Mrs. Leslie Tucker contribute salable articles proof of Publication of this no- Shoe with \Six-Inch (6") '
and family of Haw Creek tice, the following
PARTY (must be new) are requestedto name to-wit: t'ctltlous Four (4) Six-Inch Ells.
and Mrs. A. F. Tucker, Bun call 439-2509 ,for informa FLAGLER, DmACHmNTER- One (1) Six-Inch Cross.
PLANNED nell, were Thanksgivingguests tion. *1' PlUSES, INC. 'and Three (3) Six-Inch Plugs.
of,Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert under which we are engaged In Two
.. '' business at (2) Six-Inch Tees.
several :
Among things Flagler Beach,
The annual Haw Creek Tucker at Far Reach Ranch Florida. That the parties Inter- Tp/lcf quoted must be FOB
Christmas program and party Kenansville, Florida. November of interest discussed at the are ested as In follow said business enterprise. SU"11.1.. :?". by should motor specify vehicle car-
meeting last, was : delivery
will be held date.
on Tuesday night, PATRICK E. PARKER:
the Annual Recreation The
meet IRMA City Commissioners
December 23rd. The program CONNECTICUT VISITOR ing at the county,,courthouse, EDWARD PARKER A. ,MATSON the right to: reject any and reserve -
will be held the Haw Creek JANE all bids and to
a; GREGOH.Yand accept the bid
Mrs. Ursila Erland visited at
Monday, December 8 at 8 that In Its
p. that the Judgment will be In
Community Center. Mrs. Von Bulow Ranch last' :. week m. Persons interested in the the only persons undersigned Interested are In the beet Interest ot the City of
Frank Cttegg is In charge of with Bill and Mary Lenssen future for all said business, Dunnell. It'lorlda.
planning areas Dated at Dunnell Witness I hand and omcial
the program. and children. of recreation ln Flafiler+ County 1969.County. Florida December Flagler 2, A.seal D.this 1969.a-J':: day of December,

will have the opportunity PATRICK E PARKER /s/ Hubert Pelllcer Mayor
.. to express: their'ideas and'sug. IRMA PARKER ATTEST nunnell: Florida

gestions relative to some of JANE EDWARD GREGORY A. MATSON /Barbara C. McCabe

the needs and kinds of 'recreation Dec. 4. 11. 18. 25. 4tc. City Clerk, Dec. i. 11. 2tc.

5lower: A ChrLi1mao best beneficial to all. I

Beach residents are urged to

'attenc(' and, express (their de gilt Special i

1 H. sire.The date for' the December
Specials 'ill
I' taxpayers meeting will come December 24th
between Christmas Day and
LARGE SELECTION OF New Years, so it' was votedto 20% OFF ON ALL

POTTED PLANTS IN BLOOM 'dispense with the meeting. RODS and
There will be coffee and '

POINSETTIAS AZALEAS MUMS doughnuts free at the'January

..J ARRANGEMENTS William G. Richter -



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5-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE TOURS- DECEMBER 4. 1969 boated 12 trout/1 whiting and I I
Gene I'MS
1 sheepshead. Hersey
The FISHING LINEBy bass and bluefish were report. caught 5 flounder and a mix- CLASSIFIED

BETTE McDANIELThe ed caught in the surf.Blng" ed catch of 35 Including bass,
Fish Camp trout and sheepshead.
weather was chilly dur- I
Ronald Lippincott caught .
There was lot of action atDing's ADS
ing the weekend and surf and 26 flounder, one! weighing
ocean, fishing was fair, noth during the holiday eight and one-half pounds. I .
ing sensational, just fair. weekend. Local anglers Gene Knight and Joe' Kelly
brought in large catches from
Flagler Beach Pier boated 6 channel bass, 2 trout TROPIC GARDENLet -
the Intracoastal waterway. Would You Believe .
Action was slow at the Flag- and 2 sheepshead. ''help'beautify
ler Beach Pier. A few bass, in Nagi Abraham and Virgil us Flagler All Highballs, Martinis
the five to six pound range, Smith caught 9 channel bass, Flagler Fish_Camp County, Large variety of ever. & Manhattans are Free,
1 trout and 2 drum Saturday. greens, palms. hedge plants. Upon presentation of this
were caught of and: several nice Nagi brought in 10 trout, 7 Fresh water fishing Is.slow. 5% miles S of Bunnell on ad we will give you and'
catches whiting taken.
were bass and 1 sheepshead Sun Speck fishing has slowed U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc your wife or girl friend a
Surf Fishing day.' down due to the high winds. free drink with dinner.
A few catches of channel James Craig and John Craig Several nice largemouth bass SEPTIC TANK: cleaning;. drain Spanish & Continental .'
were brought into the camp fields Installed: Rota-Roter Cubdne'I I
according to manager Henry snail shell. Reasonable prices. MENENDEZ I

; ;i men Aycock.Two boated North Carolina several fisher large Call George Jarosz 437.3410 8-1-U POSADA 21 RESTAURANT Avenida Menendex '_': d i

FOR SALE-Like new, unfurnished 829.6282

b-bCh' bream while About fly fishing.: furnished Intracoastal 3 2 bedroom bedroom waterway.home home Also on 1 St. Augustine Floridolm, ') I

block from ocean. Centrally FOR SALE- _,
Our Servicemen- located. Caldwell Realty, 439- Pink Grapefruit, $3.00 bushel
2100. Nov. 27, TFC White Grapefruit,$2.50 bushel

CLAXTON FRUIT CAKES THANKSGIVING ,LEAVE. FOR SALE-10OO lb. platform Call Joe T. Bruce 439.2024
Nov. 27, Dec. 4, 11, 3tp.
Robert McDaniel and scales; 800 lb. safe and 200
Sgt. gallon flat bottom fuel .tank '
Klngrey, Key West ,SINGER:
Sgt. Roger
'Call Tel. 4373664. 11-27, 2tp;
GEORGIA PECANS Air Force Basespent five (TOUCH AND SEW) ,
; days leave during(the'Thanksgiving WANTED-Ironing to do In (SEWING MACHINES)
... holidays with Sgt. Me- my home $3.50 per flat bush (7 ONLY)
Daniel's parents,Mr.' and Mrs. el. Call 4392430. Itc. All are slant needle_models
BATTERY OPERATED TOYS Martin McDanlel.. 'Bunnell. and are fully equipped to zigzag
(-0-) LOST Female Walker Hound make button holes and
wearing collar bearing name
fancy stitches. These machines
HOME ON LEAVE Chloe Summerlin Crestview, full guaranteesand
F1 rlda. Call 4373559. Steve carry
: *' SP/5 Sam Smith arrived will be sold on first come,
home Wednesday to spend Spark-man. lip first served basis for only

Thanksgiving with his wife FOR RENT-Furnished Apart $39.95 each. Terms available. N
Cindy, East Palatka' and his ment near pierhouse and They may be inspected and
parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Raymond stores. Sparkling clean. $60 tested In warehouse at unclaimed
AUTO SERVICE' AND REPAIRS Smith in Bunnell. SP/5 per month. Prefer couple for freight, 527 Volusia,
I Smith.' Is stationed with the winter or permanent. Golden Daytona Beach, Mon. Fri. 9

United States: Army- at Home- Sands Apts. 209 S. 2nd St., a. m. 6 p. m., Sat. 9 a. m. -
stead AF Base. ''Fllagler' Beach. 4392073.. Itc. 1 p. m. Nov. 27, Itc. I

Saxon Shell ServiceTelephone (-o-'J, WANTED Old furniture, FOR RENT-Furnished 1 bed-

ON R&R LEAVE clocks, glass, china and guns. room apartment. Ideal for )
Call 4392317. 12.4.TFC couple or' single man. Call
SP/4 Thomas D, Herr, .who
4392528. Dec. 4 Itc.
437-3800 State Road 1OO & R&R leave,',telephonedhis
5. was on FOR SALE-Nice oil heater,
parents, Mr ,and Mrs. O. $20; 3 acrilan rugs reason. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT !
K. Herr, last week,from Bang. able; vanity dresser, $5; large 4 Deluxe solid state fully I
kok. SP/4 Herr Is: stationed in. radio and record player $20; transistorized stereophonic !
Vietnam with the; ,US .Ann)". portable washer $10; slant- high fidelity consoles in
He was recently'transterredand top desk $50. Call 4392317. beautiful bland rubbed finish. i
his new address is: *> Dec 4, TFC Deluxe BSR 4 speed record
SP/4 Thomas D. ,Herr changer and 4 speaker audio
261.82.6613 USED one burner kerosene system. To' be sold for $79.00
.. & H. H. B,,6th Bn-33rd.Arty...,-'"- heaters '$12.50 and $15; Trailer -' each. Can be paid for month
APO Sa.':i Francisco, dallf circulating oil heater with ly. May be inspected in warehouse
'aigMOHi1 \\ 96269. '' blower $35;? 5-piece & piece at Unclaimed Freight,
It (.0-) dinettes. Jerry's Furniture, 527 Volusia, Daytona Mon.
(> Old Dixie Hwy. Near 195. thru Fri 9 a. m. to 6 p. rcL-
COMPLETES HINDI Phone 4373752. Itc. Sat 9 a. m. to 1 p.m. Itc. J

PRJV TE LIFE V.V. LANGUAGE COURSE LOST In'Tomoka area, white FOR SALE--Sunbeam lawn

>a V.V Army Major Robert L. Shaw, female hound. If found call mower, Simmons single bed
V.V. son of Atty. and, Mrs. LelandB. collect R. D. Lowery, 775-2984,' new blankets assorted" used I-

Shaw, BunneJl, completeda Orange City, Fla. .Itp. men's clothing; all reasona
with VOU&H03 ; ------- ble. Mrs. Edna Wolf, West of
V.V. 47-week study pf (the Hindi LOST-Small black and tan
f language Oct. 16,.,at the Defense female hound in Tomokaarea. R. R. and South of Deen Road.
SMART SANTAS. )know the r t Language, Institute'sEast ID tag reads Dave Slver. Dec. 4, ltp.
I! Coast Branch in Washington -.'
: Melbourne, Fa. Call 4373658.
way to milady's heart Is D. C, Dec. *4 ltp. TEXAS OIL COMPANY

'through gifts that make her tS n Classes, which consist of six has opening In Bunnell otetf.'
& to eight students offer six WANTED Companion for No experience necessary. Age
feel glamorous and feminine! 4Y hours of Intensive' spoken* sick lady not bedridden or not important. Good character

Let us help' you select that x> Vv language: instruction dally. helpless. No housework. Give a must. We train. Air Mail '"fI'
Vl Maj. Shaw entered on active age; references ,and salary. A. H. Dickerson.. Pres.. South
EXTRA SPECIAL \ duty In. 1955 and was last Write P. O.'' Box 158, Flagler west Petroleum Corp.. Fort
lV stationed in Vietnam.He holds Beach, Fla. 32036. Dec: 4, 2tc Worth.. Texas. Itc '
PERSONAL GIFT lH the Bronze Star Medal. ,I
The major, a m@rnbec.of Chi
::' .5 ROBES Psi fraternity, received his
5 \ commission through theRe BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS '

Nylon Quilted and Triacetate ln ll serve Officers' Training Corps ;

. b&;:;;:[.V' Sizes 8-18 38.44 program at the University PLAN AHEAD FORCHRISTMAS J
a t \ Oregon, where he receivedhis .J
$12.00 up B. S. degree in 1955. .
i\ (-o-)
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James H. Minchew is \
;. .- scheduled to Heave California LET US HELP YOU PLAN FOR I

,,; Friday for a' two year assignment Gun Racks : : Built in Kitchens

at Okinawa with the Bookcases :: Built In Furniture
1 r US Army. His new address is: '
H S/Sgt.'James H. Minchew t Vanities : : Breakfast Bars
V 415.74.7428, Co. B ", No order too small (minimum $4) \

51st USASAFS SOBE, APO Laminated Plastics :: Upholstery
Fronts '
: San. Francisco, Caltf. 96331.-

f % (-0-) FREE ESTIMATES. '

U Evening Planning Arranged :
V Airman Darrell Britt arrivedin \
to "1"i' Bunnell Wednesday to 1O7 Bay St Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928
1 r : % _
} GOWNS MINI. SLEEPWEAR, spend 15 days leave with his I I :

Mini All sizes $3.99 up parents, M_ r. 'and Mrs. Joe x'Y
i v Regulars Longs, Arnold. '

iz $4.00 up I $ Airman Britt, who recently ;!
r -5 ;, training at Shep-. '
J '' completed :. ,BABBITT'S PLUMBING /j Y
paid AFB, Texas,' ,will reportfor > ... "" :/.J }.
duty 'at, Charleston, S. C. '40 YEARS EXPERIENCE SERVING
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IVOTICK Repairs -
Notice la hereby given that on Pump Sales Service "
th* 16th day of December A. D.
1969 at 7:30 P. M. In the office Residential Commercial Contracting .
of the City Cleric. of Bunnell.
\ the City Commission will hear Residence Phone 439.2098-12-1
: p. m.
., -, ,, comment and opinions on rezoning -
'" ft .' ," ""J' ..: Block 63. Lots 7 and 8. .- 7.8 a. m.
from Residence A. Business' B.
Dletrlct.,1 Ol BUNNELL. '' Office Phone: 43923O4r
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SLATED DEC. 20 VFW Auxiliary
Adult Education classes at HERE DEC. 9 The Veterans of Foreign member and proceeds from
Bunncll High School will be A Social Security Represen 1 John C. Rice, Chair- Wars Auxiliary drawing for a the drawing will be used for
held Tuesday December 9 Instead tative will be at the Flagler man of Flagler County School handmade wool afghan is veterans hospital activities
of Thursday, December Housing Project meeting hall Board was among the 210 slated December 20 at 3 p. m. according to Mrs. M. Akers.
School and
1.1'due to'the Parent Teacher. Tuesday, December 9 from Board Members
County Superintendents attending -
meeting.. 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon.
''the: 24th Annual Con
vention of the Florida 'School HOMEA.
Boards Association ,and Flori-
da' Association of County Sup-
erintendents In Tampa last H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

week. JOHN CAPO. Manager
FLAGLER PLUMBING CO.:;.,. The convention held at the ..
a .
.',.' Sheraton-Tampa Hotel November
\ 23.25 was) a "working Am'I.I I. EQUIPPED
convention, workshops
1500 S. Daytona Avenue ; AMBULANCES
and group discussionson
a variety of subjects of in- \
Phone ID 7.3532"
Flagler, Beach terest to educators. .
Hugh McDade public rela- BUNNELL FLORIDA
,'Telephone 439-2169 T. J.. Miller, Owner tions manager for the Alum-
inum Company; of America
I was the keynote speaker.
Election of new officers was
the l principal event in the
special Sunday session of the
3-day meet.. after you see

BINGO 8:00: P. M today's presented Mrs. ;school Rice by stated competent problems many lead-were of 'a. \ ,. your doctor. i

FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALl ers in education and studied bring yourprescription :
by Interested groups at the I
meeting. .Among the topics >

Disabled American Veterans discussed were school legislation -
; program planning and
budgeting;' legal responsibilities If IfIfhUql1
Thursday of boards; and drugs and ,
narcotics In publlc'schools..
Mrs. Rice was accompaniedby Professional Bldg.
Booe Chapter No. 86 her husband, John C. Rice.
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., .- IN OCTOBERRetail
sales in Flagler Coun-
ty showed a 13 percent In-
crease over October 1968 according NOTICEThe .
mJC ON,TIMECERTIFICATES to a report Issued by "I'
5% Comptroller Fred Dickinsonlast Citizens of Flagler Beach' have been.
week. warned that' the new dog ordinance is presentlyin
While a number of counties. effect. This ordinance will be enforced against
I VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3X300-90 DAYS showed decreases in sales tax
owners of dogs running at large. Attention is call-
collections the state
==1.RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY! showed a 17 percent Increase.average ed to the owners that they personally will be re-

BANK The highest Increase of 50 sponsible for' the actions and damages caused by
Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada precent was indicated in their dogs.

Oxmond Beach Florida Okeechobee Washington County County showedthe while The City of Flagler, Beach

greatest decrease in sales i

tax collections. 1

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which you or either of you, may
AHVI3RT1MKMENTJN COLA J<.J. OULICK have against the estate of
THM CIRCUIT COURT iii of if dead then h band. If alive J. MISSINNE.a/k/a CHARLES

KI.AML.KU COUNTY; 'J.OUI_ heirs, devisees*, legatees her unknown JOHN MISH1NNE. deceased late t
1)A and all or grantees of Flagler County. !>Florida to
<;ivit. CA.HK NO. 054 E"itJclalmnK|other persons or the County Judge of Flagler'County
DIVISION "1:" against by. through, at his oltice in the County -
( dLelrCKor them. BESSIE Courthouse in Bunnell
JOHN J. TYNE. and Flag-
Plaintiff her husband, If--OULICK alive or If dead: Jar County mFlt d ,, within sixmonths
vs.MARCIUS !. then her unknown heirs date of first
devisees publication of this' notice.
: ,W. KRATZ. legatees or grantees
et ux and all
other Each claim demand
; et al, etc. persons or parties claiming or must
Defendants. by through under be in writinand' must state the
them or against of residence. and
TO THE DEFENDANTS -lULICK, husband address of the claimant and must
ClUB W KRATZ, a/k/a MAIt-MAn It alive or if dh then her unknown ; be sworn to by the claimant'his
ClUB WILSON lLATZ heirs devisees agent, or his attorney or it will
and legatees
or be barred according to law.
his al'Jd all other
wife if per-
alive or If dead, then eon or parties claiming Each creditor shall deliver
hi. by
unknown through sufficient copies of his claim to
heirs under
devisees or
legatees'or against them,
grantees and WINIFRED HELLYER and---- enable theCounty, Judge to mall

sons through or parties under claimingp&r-. a el or 1fEdead ethensherdun one tative.to each personal represen- r

or against I known Dated this 21st day of Novem-
them DAVID H. KRATZaka heirs devisees, legatees
ber 1969.
DAVID or grantees and all
HIRAM KIIATZ. persons rB.
individually and or parties claiming
as Adminletrator by.
As Administratrix of the
C. T. A. of the Estate of through, under or against them, Estate ofCHARLES

-KRATZ, his wile, If alive or -HELLYER. his wife, if alive a/k/a. J. MISSINNE
or dead. then his iEt ..
If dead then his unknown heirs, heirs, devisees legatees unknown, a/k/a CHARLES JOHN
devisees legatees! or grantees or grantees MISSINNE
and all other persons or partiesclaiming and all other persons or Deceased.
by through, under or under claiming by. through Richard A. Schwartz I -

against them MARY K. MOVER persons or or against Parties them, and all 200 South Rldgewood Avenue George B. Williams, District Forester. Division of Forestry
and ---- -MOVER, her hus having or
Daytona Beach. Florida
band if alive r. or If dead, then claiming in any and right to the title or Interest Attorney ,for ,Administratrix Btmnell. was elected a Director-at-Large of the Florida Forestry

her legatees unknown, or grantees heirs, devisees and alf ler described realty located following In Flag- _Nov. 27. Dec. 4. 11. 18. 4tc Association during its recent Annual Convention in Tallahassee.As .
County. Florida
other persons or parties claim at : Beginning LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE the central statewide for
,ing by through, under or against and a point ten hundred fifteen spokesman forestry. Florida's

them ALBERT P. KRATZ. and South eight-tenths of the North! (1015.8)East Corner feet UNDER FICTITIOUS second largest Industry the Florida Forestry Association acts on

If-KRATZ.dead then his wife his ,unknown If'aliveor Township of Lot four 10(4)south of Section 17 of Notice is NAME hereby LAW given that behalf of the more than 100,000 individuals who are involved

heirs, devisees, legatees or gran- east thence extending of westwardly range 31- the undersigned desiring to engage In ;the forest Industry. Williams, : as Director-at-Large. will assist
tees, and all other persons or sixteen in business under the fic-
parties claiming by through, under two-tenths hundred(1686.2)eightysixand feet to titious name of 38 other Industry and government leaders in planning. new association -
a point, thence '
southwardly two programs and policies.
KRATZ. his hundred sixty-two PANY OF DAYTONA BEACH.

his wife unknown if alive or heirs If dead devisees, then, thence tenths (262.7) feet to and a seven-point: LAKELAND FLORIDA AND' MELBOURNE. A.former Plant Manager for the Chemicals Division Union

legatees or grantees, and all oth hundred eastwardly twenty-four and seventeen five- at 2841 S. Division Street. 'Or Camp Corpomtion in .Jacksonville. Williams is a member of the
er persons or parties claiming tenths lando. Florida, register -
I by through, under or against the Ocean(1724 Barrier 5) feet to thence a point In In the said name dSwlfh the Florida Section of, the Society of American Foresters. He has

( them. JESSE H. KRATZ and northwardly direction I a Clerk of Circuit Court of Flag- also served
G in and ler as a member of the Forestry Division of the Florida
KUA TZ. his wile if through said Ocean Barrier two: County.
alive, or If dead then his unknown hundred seventy-four and eight- Dated at Miami .rlr:69 this! State Chamber of Commerce.
i heirs, devisees, legatees tenths (274.8) feet to a point 18th day of November .
f. or grantees, and all other per- the place of beginning. Containing NATIONAL BEVERAGES

sons or parties claiming by ten (10) acres! of land. To- INC. perfect Yuletide specimensare
through. under or against them gether with the riparian rights _Nov. 27. Dec. 4. 11. 18. 4tc

CORA LAURY a/k/a CORA and accretions pertaining to the grown and eventually find
LAWRY.' and LAURY. her above describeparcel of land LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Too Late their way into hundreds of
husband If alive or If dead, then all whose place and residence
her unknown heirs, devisees address Is unknown. NOTICE TO HID I I living rooms Is a fascinatingstory.
legatees or grantees and all oth- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THIS IS TO NOTIFY all Inter- .
ested parties that the City of
er persons or parties claiming that an action to quiet title To Classify.,
.by. through, under or against the following propery In Flag- Flagler Beach Flagler bids To get the details we talked
Florida, will receive sealed
them RUTH LAURY a/k/a RUTH ler "
County. Florida
with Christmas
: a tree .plantation' -
LAWRY and-LAURY. her Beginning at a point ten writing forleasing the Municipal \ BY Kay .
husband, if alive or If dead hundred fifteen and h Pier House on December owner who supplies

then her unknown heirs, devisees tenths (1015.8) feet South:; of M.18.. 1969 at the at the City hour CommissionersRoom of 7:30 P. Before long the scent of all the trees for the sprawling

legatees or grantees, the North East Corner of Lot
freshly cut pine'trees will
andaU other persons orparties four (4) of Section 17 of Florida City Hall Flagler Beach Eleven Store chain, includ-

claiming by.. through, Township 10 south of range .specifications upon the following saturate the air around grocery ing about 535 stores In Flor-
terms and conditions
: -
under against them LUCY 31 '
or east, thence extending : stores and shopping centers -
KRATZ and westwardly sixteen hundred
her If 'alive 1. The yearly lease amount where choice selection ida.Grover
KRATZ. husband or eighty-six and two-tenths! a David of Walkerton
will be
If dead, then her unknown heirs, (1686.2) feet to predicated upon leasingthe
a point of Christmas trees dis
entire Municipal Pier buildIng are on Indiana "babies" these trees
devisees, legatees or grantees thence southwardly two
and all other persons or parties hundred sixty-two and seven including Restaurant Tackle play and customers meander from the time they are tiny
Shop, equipment, furniture and '
against claiming them by through MERARI under GULICK or point tenths: thence(262.7)eastwardly feet to seventeen a- fixtures presently located on the among the greenery seekingthe seedlings until they are cut

and QULICK her husband hundred twentyfourand preml 2. # The es. terms. of the lease best shaped tree for the six or eight years later for

If alive or If dead, then five-tenths (1724.5) feet shall be for a period of five .(6) money. shipment to market. He care-
devisees Ocean
her \ to a point In the Barri
i legatees knoOrwngra::;., and all er. thence In a northwardly of years commencing, 1970. the the Lessee 6th day to Christmas trees are big fully selects the seedlingsfrom
other persons or parties claim- direction In and through said business today and trees for
, pay the 1st and last months nurseries that specializeIn
Ing by. through, under or against Ocean Barrier two hundred
them ROBERT F. KRANTZ and seventy-four and eight-ten- for rental,each in and advance and month the thereafter rent the purpose are grown and Scotch Pine, which has be-

I, KRANTZ. his wife If ths (274.8) feet to a point In advance.every cultivated by experienced in Florida
I come so popular
alive or If dead, then his unknown the place of beginning. Containing : ,
o. heirs, devisees, legatees'; Jten .(10) acres of in 3.the The alternative bidder shall, whether specify. nurserymen. The day of the because of its heat resistance

: or grantees, and all other persons land. Together with -the riparian or' haphazard _.woodchoppers
J .claiming by. rights and accretions not the bidder aeslres Air Conditloning ,qualities.. They .are planted

c"r through or, under parties or against them pertaining to the above des- City of to Flagler be installed Beach Florida.by the who go Into the woods cutting about five or six feet apart

JESSE GULICK and GU- cribed parcel of land. zany old tree is passed.
" said Air' Conditioning to be and average 1,200 to the acre.
i If has been filed against and
If or you
LICK. his wife
o. dead then his unknown heirs. you are required to serve a copy whether maintained the by bidder the Lessee desires, or to How these beautiful near Trees are checked at frequent

devisees legatees or grantees of your written defenses, if any
I lease the premises without Air intervals. Culls are removedand
and all other persons or parties to It on Donald J. Saps attorney LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
I claiming by. through, under or for plaintiff, whose address Is Conditioning rental should be ahd the!! monthly the hand pruning and
adjusted to
reflect -
against them JOHN H. OULICIv 120 East Granada Avenue. P. O. IN TifF CIRCUIT COURT. Tth
If Air Conditioning Is desired shearing begins.
and QULICK. his wife. Box 2633 Ormond Beach. FlorIda JUDICIAL CIUCUIT. IN AND process
and file the original with I or not. FOIL KUAUL.KII The trees are trained and
if alive or if dead then his unknown 4. The Flagler Beach Municipal -
the clerk of the above styled FLORIDA
heirs devisees legateesor until
Pier House shall be used by shaped they appear as
and all other persons court on or before December 17. CA*" K NO. 623 K
grantees the Lessee as a 'RestaurantSporting .
WILLIAM N. inverted Ice-cream The
or parties claiming by. 1969: otherwise a judgment maybe and MERRITT. cones.
Equipment Shop
through, under or against them, relief entered demanded against In the you complaintor for the Vendors Shop and ;for no other PlaintiffJOHNNIE fields are kept free of brush,
WILSON purposes. or uses whatsoever. MAY and weeds and they are -
GULICK, his! wife If alive or If petition. 5. No alcoholic beveragesshall MERRITT. sprayed
his unknown heirs WITNESS my hand and the Defendant dusters to control
dead be served or dispensed on by crop
grantees. seal of said Court on 7th day of NOTICE OF. SUIT
devisees legatees or November 1969. the leased premises at any time TO: JOHNNIE MAY MERRITT, insects and disease
or parties {
and all other persons OE6ROE M. MOODYAs with the exception of specialparties Residence unknown
claiming by. through under or Clerk of said Court or banquets in the ban Last known address 622' As the Christmas season ..
WARREN K.: OV- ;, "
against them OULICK his (Circuit quet hall at which time alcoholic Model Street Daytona approaches David and Tom
LICK -- Cltl1ralL beverages be served.
lfnlllve If dead, then By EmeryAs may Beach, Florida Dixon senior for the
wife, or Deputy Clerk 6. That the lessee Is to lease YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- buyers
his unknown heirs, devisees,.leg- all furniture, fixtures! and equip-
and all other Nov. 13 4tc.LEGA.L FIED that a Complaint for Divorce southeastern division of 7-
atees or grantees, ment on the leased premises and has been filed
persons or parties claiming, them oy., ADVERTISEMENT shall be responsible for the in the above styled against Court, and you Eleven, get together for a selection -
through uner or against maintenance of said furniturefixtures
FREDERICK LANDIS.and normalwear you are requested and directed walk through the
I JOHN and equipment,
LANDIS. his wife If NORTH OIIMOND DISTHICT! DRAINAGE and tear excepted. to'serve other a written copy of defense your Answeror to said fields. They pick out trees on

alive or If dead, then legateesor his unknown NOTICE OK LAND OWNERS 7., The lease* 'shall be non- Complaint upon JAMES H, the basis of healthiness, den
devisees, and there shall be
heirs MEETINO assignable
f TUCKER Attorney for
all other persons Plaintiff sity and shape. These trees
grantees. and Notice Is hereby given that a no sub-letting or any alterations at Post Office Box 398 Bunnell.
or parties claiming them by.through meeting of the Owners of Land or additions thereto without the Florida, and to file the original are tagged. They are graded
under or against situated in the North Ormond written consent of the Lessor. thereof with the Clerk of the
EVA R LANDIS and aliveor Drainage District in Volusia and 8. The Lessee shall be responsible -Circuit Court In and for Flagler any other agricultural,

P'feaS.erthhe8bhnd'unknown If Flagler Counties is hereby call- for all charges for County. Florida Flagler County- products: Only the best known:
\ ed to be held at the office of the public utilities supplied to or Courthouse, BunneU. Florida, on
heirs devisees legatees or grantees District at 223 Seabreeze Boule- ,used on the leased premises. / or before the 22nd day of Dec- as "premium", are selected by
and all other persons or vard Daytona Beach. Florida. 9. That the Lessee shall pro-' ember. 1969. Eleven buyers. The trees

! parties claiming, by. through SARAH same being In the County of Vo cure public liability Insurance If you fall to do so, Judgmentby then treated with
under of against them lusia on Tuesday. December 16. covering the leased premises in Default will be taken and a pre-
' andLANDIS i then her 1969. at 2 o'clock P. M. for the sufficient amount to save harmless entered against you for the relief servative dye which, gives
I husband. It alive or If dead, purpose of electing Supervisors f the Lessor from any and allinjuries prayed In said Complaint.
them uniform
legatees shade of
I her unknown heirs devisees, and for any other business that claims accidents or Done and Ordered at Bunnell
I or grantees, and all other may come before the meeting.At causes of action arising' out of Flagler County Florida this green and helps preserve them
persons or parties cla.lrnl.nKv..Ji, :;' such election each and the use of the leased premisesby 18th day of November 1969.
after cut.
t through, under or against every acre of land In the Dis- the Lessee or any person using CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT they are They receive -
WINIFRED LANDIS and trict shall represent one share said premises or any prop- COURTBy a final shearing and;

/, rifldeadetthene: her unknown and each owner shall be entitledto erty damaged thereon. : Kathryn L. Emery shaping butts are trimmedand
" .one vote In person or by 10. The Lessee shall be required Deputy Clerk
heirs devisees legatees or grantees proxy in I duly signed at their own cost and expense (Seal) each tree Is ,put througha

and all other persons or for each acre f11)'an) owned by to collect all admissions! Nov. 20. 27. Dec. 4. 11 4tc. machine which it
' parties claiming by. through, under him in such District. Guardians to the Municipal. Pier In cash encases
tem IDA L. Ward Ex- and to turn over and accountfor in kind of
or against I may represent their LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! a plastic webbing.This .
KRATZ and ----KTZ' herhuaband ecutors and Administrators may same to the City Clerk the
If alive or If dead, then represent the Estate of deceased gross amount collected each day IN COUNTY JUDOF.4! COUItT' process protects the
her unknown heirs devisees legatees n Private Corporations and the Lessee- or his or itsagent VLAULfSIl COUNTY. FLORIDA trees from damage In hand-
or grantees and all other mayand be represented by responsible for the above
persons or parties claiming, by. their oltlcers or duly authorized, collection shall be bonded by a IMIOHATVJ No. KU ling helps them keep their
through. uner or against them. reputable Bonding Company. IN RE: Estate of shape and makes It easier to
MALINDA B. KRATZ and- Alltni:" ordered that this Noticebe 11. The Lessee shall keep the FRANK BREDE. stack for shipping. They are
chairse published once a week for Restaurant on the leased prem- Deceased.
. It dead, then her unknown two consecutive weeks In the ises open at all reasonable times! NOTICE TO CIlKmXOUM! then shipped direct to 7-Elev-

".. devisees' legatees or grantees, Daytona Beach Observer a news and operate the same in an efficient. TO ALl. PERSONS HAVING .en stores where customers are
all other persons or parties safe and businesslike CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
,w r;,: claiming and by, through under or typeFlorldaeheand ThesiFlagler manner. seven' (7) 'days a week.* \AGAINST' SAID ESTATE: assured of the finest trees

against them ELI.A ;' KRATZ; Tribune, a newspaper publishedin 12. An Inventory of the furniture You and each of you are here- available anywhere.
and --IKRATZ her hus Flagler County Florida. fixtures and equipment by notified and required to file
band. It alive or It dead, then her Date of first publication, No- presently on the leased premisesto any ,claims and demands which From your' neighborhood
heirs, be leased to the Lessee maybe you or either of you. may haveagainst '
unknown devlseesi other 7-Eleven store It Is only a
VemBOARTb1OK'SUPERVISORS obtained at the City Hall said estate In the office -
tees persons! or or grantee.parties claiming by. 'sV.. Guy Day, Secretary City of Fla lessor Florida. of Hon. T. K. McKNIOHT. short distance; to your living

I through, under. or against_Lthhem.W. ; NoV" 27. Dec. 4. 2tc. 13. The reserves the County Judge of Fla County.at room where the bright lights
D. LAWRY and ---- right to, reject easy and all bids his office in the Court; House
heirs.. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 'submitted by allY bidder at the in Bunnell. Florida within six and flashing ornaments cone
dead then her unknown above date and tlme. calendar months from the time tribute so much to full
; HELEN C.- 'NOLTE."' CITY en-
legatees or TV TIIK COUNTY JUDGE'S of the first publication of this.notice. .
devisees. orrpartiesclaiming
and all other persons COUIIT. IN AND FOIL FLAG- CLERK CITY OF FLAO- Each claim or demand Joyrmnt of the holiday sea-

by through, u 'gtxC or LKIl COU1'(TY. KLOIIIUA. INpROIiAPIl LER BEACH FLORIDA. must be in writingand: contain son. As you and your family
. SALLIE James H. Tucker the place of residence and post
'\. '+ against: :m ULICK. her hus M O. 1KKS: City AttorneyP. office address! ofthe/ claimantand gather about your Christmastree

Sand, .if alive or If dead then IN HE: ESTATE OF O. Box 398 must be sworn to by the this year you can take
devisees BunneU. Florida 32010 claimant, his
heirs. or attorney
' ": her legatees unknown or grantees and all other k/atLC.9JJ.MISS NNE, Nov. 27.. Dec. 4. 11. 3to or the same shall' be void. pride in 'Its perfect shape and

persons or parties claiming :/kCHARLES JOHN MISSIN ROBERT F. MARSHALLAs color because your tree has
or againstS Deceased. Executor said Estate
them by, through ACQUILLA u GULICbKdanldf NE.NOTICE TO CREDITdRSTOh ATTEND THE' First publication: 20 Nov. 1969. been tailor made to meet your
'\. GULICK. all creditors.: nal)\( persons Attorney for Executor needs and provide the utmostin

alive"norh if dead, VI then reeat un,; against' said claim estate or demand CHURCH OF YOUR LELAND I>. O. Box B.298 SHAW color and shape so Im- ,

orograntees. and You and each of you are hereby Bunnell. Florida 32010 portant to a Merry Christmas.THE
sons or parties kSsift3 Y.-. notified and required to pre CHOICE ON SUNDAY Nov. 20,"27. Dec. 4. 11. 4tc. *

through under or



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'r. >
iiY qP \ Bunnell Cagers play a CAME DEC. 10 :" ',

triple header Friday night. annual .."
December :5 when they travelto powderpuff ,
Pierson to play Taylor football game sponsored by -
the Bunnell High School cheer
loaders: will get underway at
The girls. game will beginat
7:30: p. m. December..... 10 at
5 p. m., the Junior Varsity Bulldog Stadium. .

boys play at 6:30 and the Girls in grades 7, 8, 9 and .. '
Varsity boys play at 8 p.m. 11 will play ,the 10th and 12th
Saturday night, Bunnell grade girls. Remember game
plays West Nassau in Calla-
is 7:30:
time : p. m. I
han. Tuesday the Bunnell
teams journey to St. 'Augus' '

Several local sportsmen
CRESCENT CITY bagged deer during the I
PLAYS 1NAZALEA Thanksgiving weekend while
.. .
t B 1 v hunting' throughout the coun
BOWLThe ty. S.

Bunnell Mayor Hubert Pel-
Crescent City Rebels liter bagged an -pointer Fri
have accepted an invitationto day morning while huntingat
play in the Azalea Bowl in Sweetwater.A .

Pallatka this Friday night at young .nImrod, Ronnie
L IL -- ---= -- 8n.m. Johnston, 13 killed his first
'won St.
Crescent City the buck last Sunday. He was
t'lww oy Tea MeanThe Johns Conference Championship hunting with his father Carl- \
Bunnell High School Varsity basketball team Is readyor. the 1969.70 season with ten with a 7.2 record this ton Johnston, at ',the A. B.

boys on the squad. Pictured in. the front row from left. to right are, : Perry Allman, Randy year. Supervising PrincipalCoy Johnston hunting camp near

Buckles, Mather Williams, Ulysses Thomas and Manager Joe Burnham. Standing from left to G. Harris invites Flagler Hwy. 100. The spike deer .
football fans to attend the
gb't.are. : Leonard King, Mike Barber, George Revels, Bobby Nelson, Frank> London and Elijah Azalea classic. weighed 75 pounds.? ....
Emanuel.' The varsity coach is Jack Hardin. .A group of hunters from .
Daytona Beach reportedly .
t', .:; : killed an 8 point buck and a
7 pointer'in the Pellicer Creek '

area. ,
: .


: : DIED SATURDAYWord has been received of -

: Maverick starts the death of Ralph W. Burn-
; sed, ,61, Pierson, a former
: Bunnell resident.. He passed
away Saturday' at Halifax
Hospital, Daytona Beach.
: ; He lived in Pierson for 25
: years. He was born in Bun
lowpricecollection '
our ; nell and moved to Pierson

from here. He was a fern :

grower and was a member of :
I : .', : '" the Ebenezer Lutheran
"'4 I K V' Church, Pierson.He .
Xt: g&vAfcrt&AjK'. is survived by his wife, ,
,. ,: : -.'".1' .. Ursula G.; two sons, Ralph E.and .
'ff.: !"1." .,',' A'M ((4."ftf ,.
,tl' '\ ,..;' .. *l"t .
f .
f I: ( .&. & : y Pierson; one brother,
,' Robert L.
f 4 Daytona Beach; ,

4: <#" t" i.r i.. : Mae three Williams sisters, and including Mrs. Mrs. I
? Grace
: ,
:N :tr ,: White, both of
: : Daytona Beach. r
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I.: : : < -'>> .. : ..(i. DIES IN NEW YORK I
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: 1., >".'>-../.- / Alfred Waterman, 80, Green-
Jr'" ': : .. : hurst, N. Y., father of Leslie .
r : '. Waterman, Flagler Beach,
"", **' : ., f;. !'Ir died November 23 at WCA "
r.. ; -4 Iii ''.:V'P'-' j .*; '. v' ,,; ? ;':, Hospital in Jamestown, N. Y. ,
'' ; :: JAt ; 'V'u :
F : ,;: jf He had been a winter visitor .
% .
', ? at Flagler Beach the past
.: :;1, tit ,;: f ':/' ,; 20 years. He was a retired' '

... '. .... farmer. .
.. '
1 : He is survived by his wife, I'
> ,t' ,. Laura.; six sons, two daughters .J
,}-' 'I) f
; 34 grandchildren
; and
"'., r.
': 26 greatgrandchildren.Funeral "
: .
I) 1 ) ., ., services were held ;W .

. J,, :' \ Wednesdiay November 26 at ..,.
I'" Powers Funeral Home, Jamestown .
.i\ N. Y.
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