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 11, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00517
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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i. Severn! parents appeared ''s?f +tr lob'" ,, is ', .,X50 '; ,: ,
-" before' the Flagler Beam, City The Flagler :School: : Board:) oj
.!' Commission Thursday&s)night continued .to work on redistricting -, .<1
I' v\' to enter complaints lot recent ? r of school -board ,districts 4 "1
arrests of local teenagers by 4 et the regular meeting "

I Police'Chief James Brown. Tuesday morning. Superintendent \

- The complaints concerned J. O. Craig presented !
afraid'\ the, police chief"made : the maps and listings' electors I
'. orpa beach house;o anil"'several, ':'as had been worked out ,

I youths: ',were. arrested and by a specially assigned per-_
charged: with,. breaking. and sonnet. .

entering. A spokesman for Precinct 1-A was enlarged ..
'. the.irate,parents. told the commissloners to": include, the residents east '.
"."I) *"> the'charge against of the'railfoad, north of Moody .
the 'teenagerswas; -uncall Boulevard and west of Bacher,
\ .f' ed for and unjust. claiming kA bMrh' Street. This 'new precinct :

".; | the :youths received permlsslon ,W would be added to School : J ..
\!. '. to hold'a', party from\ the' Board District 4.Precinct .,
homeowners' granddaughter.The 2-A
is proposed to :
group considered the ti ae add the the southern portion' '.
_ .. \ charge ,vicious, even though of Flagler Beach to School '
I t'' the City 'Judge, had' reducedthe ..Board District No. 3. The boundary m. -
chiefs charges, :to tres, cN.
line would be 13th. Street"South.
passing. I .. .
After hearing 'the parents
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complaints and Chief ,Brown $ Precinct 2-B is proposed to .
his actions Commissioner add the southern portion
: defend City
Porte .stated In his Flagler Beach to School Board', .
'I opinion the police officer was District No. 5. This area gen- ,
erally includes that portion .
t doing his. duty and a good .
lying north of 13th' Street
Job. Commissioner Lerch remarked
t the clty'slaw enforce. South, west of Daytona Avenue .

t'' ment Is (thirty. years old and and east of Moody Bou- .
more"tact is needed. No action levard, and that portion lying: .\ ,-
north'of 'Moody Boulevard ,
taken the" commissioners. :

was by .
Photo Tilman RobinsonDirt
\ By
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I west of, Flagler Avenue 'and:
4 Flagler Beach bar owner moving .operations+ began recently at the Bulow dampsite', Area which will be operated. south of the canal at .7th .

i'r' Frank Pittard ,also entered a by Bill Lenssen. Dirt removed from a 2 acre area to create an artificial lake will be ''used to build ,Street.

complaint ,against Chief roads,< fill ,in, low areas. and build seven dams ,across$ four canals. The dams; will serve a double The remainder of Flagler;
Brown. He told the commission ... purpose water control'' and road crossings according'to Tilman Robinson, District Conservation. Beach would continue to be a.

; the ,officer was parking ist, Soil 'Conservation Service, who is assisting Lenssen _with this particular .part. of the project.. part of School Board District
f his police car directly: across When the project completed' Lenssen will haves, bath and laundry' building, swimming. pool, No., 2.The.

,from the bar and customers fishing lake, concession. store and. spaces for 225 overnlte,capers. "' School Board requested .
,". were afraid,to gb into the bar.. The above, picture .shows. Lenssen overseeing :dlgging'of' fishing lake and dirt' hauling.. .. that a special meeting' be set'
The Commission ,also' apU .,:-...Vf.-. -. JSfr''Sr.- .. kjjfiU r. -* -.. .. t -: up with the Board of, County
: proved giying.ih \:\Police Chief.' .... Commissioners prior to. Cir
IfW 1; JtICweek's!, "vacation ;with'p4y-; :: }'s --!, r A..Tj.. KkE: ':.-.. l'ft..a.tJ..ODG; &.:.. ..P..JL-U''":' ..--.' ';.:... .!"-" :.\.. ., ,CHRISTMAsl'M,4' :'--'cult. Court Hearing which is, .'...-.. ..-'
Mayor Herbert Fuller vetoed '. > ;, "f' V mbe-r'16tl1. s .J.',
"* j.j : .
the action. VISIT'AT F. B.COMMUNITY .. MASTERS'' DEGREE. 'w MAILING -i- *""""Superintendent Craig announced \.. ,
r special: Tuesday .
At a meeting that the Lena Barasa
night the commission PARTY BUnnell Lodge 'No.:. '200 SLOW case had been dismissed by,.

considered the Mayor's veto. The wall of the fire truck plans .a ,Masters Degee beginning Mailings Christmas. cards Circuit Judge P. J. ,Revels.'
:. The Mayor ''stated he vetoed at 6 P. M"\ Tuesday, and gift parcels 'are behind Lawrence Decker was ap,
I'- siren ,at 7 p! m. Tuesday December 16th according to G.
the action for the following mailings of previous years.: pointed a teacher in Bunnell
4 ) The paid vacation December 23 will signal Santa's II. Neeley .Worshipful. Mas' No. 2
l reasons: ((1) )' the annual An urgent reminder to all- Elementary School to re-
f granted to the police arrival for' ter. cards and parcels to distant place Mrs. Viola Tonkin ''who
Community Yule party at A supper will be Served between
chief would make 4 weeks of states should be mailed by the resigned.The .
time off with pay.for too,short Flagler' Beach. Samba Claus in sections of the degree.. last of this week to insure delivery resignation of Harry '
| a period; ((2) The commission's -, will-make his appearance Election of officers will be. on time. Gift parcelsand R. Moody as driver the Junior '"
front of the firehouse and will business
held during the
\ action would establish stockings cards for nearby areas College school bus was an.
4 a precedent applicable to all_ distribute oandy-fllled meeting. should ,be mailed not later nounced. No appointment was.
J salaried' fulltlme employeesand to the youngsterS than December 17-the mid made.

the city cannot afford this. The community party .Is CALENDAR OF dIe of next week, according to The contract for maintenance -
The veto was not over-ridderi sponsored by the Flagler' : Postmaster Ray Mercer. of business machine

,! due to the lack of a quorum at Beach Volunteer Fire Depart. EYE' TS" Cards and parcels to mem- equipment was. renewed>
the special meeting. ment. Refreshments of coffee Mrs. Mary Broadaway/ at
Armed Forces
of the
If' and cookies will be served by .. Today: ,Flagler "County. should be tended the school board meeting
abroad sent Air
I' BUNNELL PTA ''PLANS the ladles of the Fireman's. Shrine Club Christmas din. as a faculty observer. She
Mail to delivery
: SPECIAL NARCOTICS Auxiliary., ner meeting' *}'at 7i30 p. m. at Mercer added. commented on the careful at.
by Christmas,
Holiday Innj US Ilwy 1 arid
tention that is given to the
PROGRAM 195. Members are reminded Patrons are reminded also selection'of library materials .
'Bunnell Parent Teacher Association to bring;gifts for the Crippled that Special Delivery articles
.' \ plans( a special pro.. BARASA". 'Children's Home. will be delivered on the dayof

I gram to be presented Thurs.., CASE DISMISSED t-o->' arrival at destination -this LIONS ,SEEFORESTRY
", day, December 11, by Deputy Sunday, Dec.* 14: Korona includes Christmas Day deliveries -
;''':, Sheriff Jim Jones,. Narcotics Circuit; Judge Percy B.'ReVels Community Club will 'meet at and Sundays Special' FILM

';\'. Squad of Volusia County. has Issued an order' of dismisSal 2 p. m. in St. Mary's Church Hahdling on ''parcels provides The, Bunnell, Lions Club was "
' Sheriff's. Department. of the Lena Barasa Hall. Plans for annual Christ speedier transmission between shown a film entitled "Songof
1 The, 'program 'will be illus-' case'.against Flagler County mas Eve Wllia supper will be post offices-these parcels'are the Trees" which was presented .
."v tiiated',with "dope" equipment School Board' due to the fact made. 1 transported. and handled with by Jim Marquis, District .
I \f I the sheriffs department has j.(' thalt the. plaintiff had not followed (-0-) Other preferential- mail. The Forest Ranger. The film

,.,.t.; taken from\ youth in the Vo. administrative procedures Monday, Dec.?.15: Bunnell use of :AIr' Mall for' distant was/produced. .by: the ,Florida
lusla- County area and sam as required. by Florida 'City Commission meeting at points is .recommended after Forestry' Department .

'\-: ples or different types of,'narcotics Statutes. 7:30 p. m. j .December 17. President Howard Lerch announced j
.:', will be displayed. .Mrs. Barasa was a teacher (f-o.) All parcels must include the that the. annual.
I ...1'-I' Deputy Jones.; will tell of. at Bunnell High School last American Legion Post 115 ZIP Code in the address, and Christmas Party would be
actual dope ,cases he has, year and was not reemployed' annual' Xmafc' dJnner-1>arty'at', '.all,cards.and-letters which include held Friday, December 19th ,at }
f handled and point out the for the 1969.70 school year. the Bunnell l Civic. Center- at the ZIP ..Code will receive Howard Johnson's.Restaurant.
danger signals ,to observe In' She sued the School Board to 7:00 p. m There'will'be a gift faster dispatch. and Instead of'exchanging 'gifts, ,l

,:: youth who are using various retain' her position as a teach exchange.. Ail Legionnaires :handling :.beyond the. Bunnell, :each person is requested tobring
.,: forms. of dope., er. .and their families.,are invited.. Post Office. a. gift that can be pre-
,,' "This program should 'be At the first hearing; the:Circuit 1(-6-') Patrons are again requestedto sented to the boys at Rode-
' ft; .' of interest'' the entire cornmunity" Court ordered the School ''Tuesday' ,'Dec, 16: Flagler separate':greeting: cards' 'into heaver Boys Ranch at ,,Palatka. -
"',; said T. A. Jones, luncheon- local"and out-of-town bun, t tat
/ Board to reemploy' Mrs. Bara Senior Citizens The gifts will'.be wrapped
president of Bunnell PTA, meeting at 12:3O: p.. m. at dIes. It is tremendous help
'sa. The School, Board appealed the Christmas Party Friday<<:
:' "the public is Invited to at ed ;decision' and now' has Flagler Beach MunlclpallIall. ,to. Us locally when cards ,are'" night. _. .
tend'and learn more, about a dismissal., Mrs. Barasa.> did i (-o.) bundled with string or rubber 1\1rJHf \
this subject". 'not'report for work this school Bunnell Lodge No. 200 F&AM bands,, Mercer said.
terms| Neither did she requesta meeting at 6 p. m. at the Since greeting cards require .; Wlr 17 0
TRIBUNE XMASGREETING Masonic Hall, Bay St. 6c postage it,is suggested*that
x hearing with, 'the School HIGII.LOW .
ISSUE V Board after being notified she (-0-) v I your cards.be sealed with your;>> i
Wednesday, Dec. 17: DAV return address on each, so Day .A3-I.. P.M. A.M. P.M.
\ DECEMBER 25 '<" was:not reemployed last year. Jim Booe Chapter No., 86 reg. thalt you receive first. class 11 9:36: .0:00: 2:54: 3:48:
Anyone who desires to placea .' ,The School Board does not ular meeting at 8 p. m. in the treatment in delivery and return ::12 iO:30: 10:54: 3:48: 4:42:
\. holiday greeting! In' this 'Have a 'regular attorney. AtAtorney 'Flagler Beach Municipal,Hall. to you in case where the 13 11:24 11:54, 4:48 5:36:
special issue should caM by' James Tucker' servedas Plans will be completed for. card is undeliverable. The \1.4 12:24 11:59: 5:54: 6:36:
our office and select 'an ad special .counsel- for; ,the the annual Xmas, party ,.according Christmas issue stamp is 15 12:54 1.:24:: '7:00 7:42:
I from 'our. catalog. Deadlinefor School Board ori; this particular to Commander 'Wl k. available.; -. .. '- 16 r 2:00 2:24.: 8:06.: 8:36 I
greeting' ads is 12 noon case; ins. MAIL EARLY,' 17 3:003: : 9:18 9:36
Monday.December 22. "


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lJlaulrr a7rlhunPINC0ItP0ItATED
Entered aa second class matter
February 6. 1913. at the :post- Western "CENTER 'CUT"
I.UNNELL. FLORIDA office at Bunnell. Florida under C Lean
'-- Act of March 1. 1876.
.....Editor and Publisher IOe Per OeP7 Pork Chops

BETTE3 S. McDANIEL <>.. Year ............_.......-&SO
News Editor Six Moatfcn eo
e..te4 .w.papel! for all
.. Legal Advertl.loK Oatald*...-Flakier> Per Year c..t7 a lb. 89 .



the many servicemen from Flagler ,County we'. send U. S. D. vA. CHOICE

Christmas Greetings again this year. We send our greetings "TOP"e n 09
early. because we realize that you are representing; Flagler ROUND I
County in thfe Armed Forces all around the world and ,It. may
take,weeks for this message to reach some of you. '
We had hoped and prayed that war and fears of war''wouldbe '
over by this peaceful season of the year. But even though O. S. D. A.'Choice "BOILED & ROLLED; .

you are the greatest servicemen in the world and could win any
battle.asslgned to you,we know that your, hands have been tied ROAST Ib. 98SLICED <
to a. stalemate assignment. .
t At this Christmas season: we want you to. know tha ,we
do appreciate what you are doing for your country. We realize!
the sacrifices you have had to make: left your homes and families Frosty M<>rn,'"SMOKED" SHOULDER ( ) FREE
interrupted your education, gave up your jobs or bus!.
nesses, and faced loneliness, disillusionment and even the dangers Vgib.
,of battle action,, J 4Lyke's

We know that some of you have been wounded in Battle
and have been awarded some of the highest honors your govern.
merit can bestow. All of this you have ,done for your country,
and there are probably many times, as you look at the news -- "' ... ...: -
from,back home and wonder if it is really worth it all. i "Sugar Creek" SLAB Lyke's "Sugar Creek" ALL MEAT
We apologize for the hippy element that terrorizes the country .
with dirty dress uncouth beards,ravaging the country and SMOKED BACON FRANKSEach -I
stealing and murdering. We apologize to you for the youth of Ib. ( 49c) 12 oz. $ who their fUture with and '' 68e 3 JL
Amerida ,squander marijuana drugs.' < SLICED 'FREE Pkgs.

We apologize to,you for the so-called peace marches which -
,are really fronts for Communist movements. For the draft card -
burners, the draft dodgers, ,both legal and Illegal. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-21/2 Ib. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE 4 4WHOLE

? We apologize to you for the campus disorders, for the Viet
Cong sympathizers, for the American flag burners, and for the < :

fibres.filthy .literature, and movies that threaten to destroy our. moral) lbr. 29

We hope that you realize that thls'ls only a small part of I
America and no part: of Flagler County. The real America is the ,
l'ent'majority" that does not make newspaper and television

.J headlines.We hope\that world peace can soon be achieved and you I LEAN CHOICE' GROUND BEEF 4Ibs.$1881

can soon. return to your places at home. Until then we shall!' :
continue to send, you the hometown news as our small gUt of '
the new year And, Mrs.: Cora, Buckles will continue to Hand ---
Shovboat.yr_ (Limit 3 Please( )
address each,copy sent to each serviceman each week. "
PORK ; 1ir:: ,No.., 300 -
+' 'We send ''gjeetinsa( ; .:to the following servicemen' ,a.nd to all AND, ', r0llf\IXO ;. Can fOe -,--
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I Showboat I'
: (Limit 3 Please) MILK
MM2 Walter'Townsend; Aplt. A.5, 254 West,Ocean View, Norfolk,
Va. SP. SPAGHETTI l Canz. :fOe Tall $ f 00
Atom. Joseph D. Britt, FR 263905874, 437 Aerial Port Sq. Charleston Cans JL
AF Base, S. C. 29404. Lyke's 4 oz. Can

Vienna For Limit 6 with $5.00 or more food order :
Lt. David :J. Cook 0100955, SU No. 1 H&MS 15. Futema, Okinawa' SAUSAGE 2 45C
FPO (Pan Francisco, Calif 96602. ,
I Martha White (Plain or S. R.)
PFC Scott Wilder 263905856, 142 Military Police Co. APO San
Francisco, Calif. 96259.Sgt. FLOUR 5 Bag 59C
P. R. Barrow, Box M 1709, McCoy.AFB Florida 82812. 25 ft Roll ORANGE F'UICE:' !

Stuart. Rockett, 839 9th Street New Smyrna, Florida. Reynolds For
... \L'> 49C
SP4 Thomas D. Herr 261826613, HUB 6th Bn. ,33rd Arty, APO ',r f' HALF )
San Francisco 96269. .. GALLON 59' .
AMN Mike Missinne FR 263905858 Box 53,,14 TRS (PPIF) APO
San Francisco 96237. >- '

S/AE. E. Schatz 379.820, Washington Radio Station 7323 Tel. FROZEN FOODS -
egraph Road, Alexandria Va. 22310. I >.
Sgt" Joseph L. Bruce 12885417 CMR.2361 Command Sq 2132, APO 59 Mrs. Paul's. 9 oz. Pkg.

San Francisco. Calif. 96323. Ea.
Limit 1 with $5.OO. or more food order FISH STICKS 43e
S/Sgt James H. Mlnchew, Co B 51st;, USASAFS SOBE, APO San

Francisco 96331. Frosty Acres .24 joz. Pkg.

-AM Mike Tidwell, Patrol Sqd. 23, FPO New York, N. Y. 09501." -=: FRESH PROpUCE FRENCH FRIES 'E" (37cM

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I SN J. ,N, 'Tucker B-38-75-37, GM/A School Class 2619N, S. S. C. Large Heads tt
NTC, Great Lakes, HI 6008S. \ t LETTUCE Ea. P :

Pvt. Carol Fryman 263.86.0031 WAC Det. White Sands 'Missile 29c COLD
Range New;Mexico 88002. : Juicy Red ,,.. "K' .

AB Henry M. Bowers CMR No. 6 Sq. 3727 Fit 1719. Lackland .
.4L ag 49e Giant'
-AFB, Texas,78236. SIze 49-

SP5 Randall S. Morris 262-66-9873. HQ USARV'(Ab-O) APO Sara Ga.,Red ''SWEET >f.
- Francisco Calif 96375.Alc .,' lbs.
POTATOES 3 Limit ,I with'$5.00
39C or more food order
Johnny W. Scale,,CMR Box .21237, 75th Comlbat Supply Gp.
Bergstrom A. F. Base, Texas 78743. .

AMN'James :M. Akins FR. 266 88 3630, CMR Box 5723, Eglln AFB. .

Florida 32542. ..
Sgt. Robert McDaniel, Det 3, 32nd Air Div. Box 91, Key West .

I,, \ N.Rufus A. S.I J., Florida Smith 33040.16085 E. Mike, Wichita', Kansas- 67230.- / I ;;[.I 1!]RODGERS i iill '] ,

. Robert M.Abbott CT2 P. O. Box. 3118,..Florida City, Fla. 111111
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SP4 Rayfield Gilyard 53400362, Battery B 4th :Msc Bn 57th Arty iii I ill I
APO NeW- York 09177. 11111111
"''Him II .
! Raymond E. Allison FA, B-30 44-f, USS,Alacrity M SO 520, New
' 8:00 a.m.-1':OO p.m. Phone 437-3227,
I York, N. Y. 09501.
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good U'S- No- BUNNELL

December 11, 12, 13, ,,14 Aid 15,,,1969UU'f'

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Harry 1 fc. Kuleskj, SN,. B* .4668.OC Division, DD846 VSS Oz. XMAS PARTY CHURCH

bourn, FPO San Francisco, Calif. 96601. PLANNED. '
I -
'[;t. :Pat, Chappell. 48. Sec. Pol Sq. Box 69, APO New York N...Y. "S. The- Bunnell Methodist .
> i <" "-. ,-', HEWS -
(r 179. ', .W' Ch}rch Friendly: Circle 'Will
its annual Christina
//SP 4 Charles Knox 261027915368th; Transportation Co. T ,S, haVe December dinner
Thursday 18 at
A. P, O.'Sian Francisco 96384.x
/ : ii I \ ti' .' 7 p. m. at the Bunnell Restau BIBLE CEREMONY FOR BRIDE ELECT \
Sgt. Albert Decker, 1323JMaklkl Street, Honolulu' Hawaii 96814. rant. v.:
There will be. a gift exchange
Sgt. Cyril M; Slovak 266-66-7437, 1884 Comm. Sq.";CMR Box 2213
and dessert afterward

APO San'Francisco 93316. 7
at the home of Mrs.

Robert.Moody.: HQUSARV., Ab DRO, APO San Francisco, Calif. ,Robert Cook. Magnolia Ave.,
96375, Bunnell. "...* .,+.h ..-

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Pvt. Arthur Wilson 53706588, Co. D 2nd BN 5th Cav. 1st Air Cav

\' Division, APO; San Francisco, Calif 96490. WSCS- XMAS
,.to }
'- Bgt. Louis Kelly, 4801 O'Kcefe St. Bassier Cityy La..1O10. PARTY: AT i, .
,. : "S
Sgt. Garry Watson\ Hdq: 1st Bn. 333rd Arty;:'Ft. ,Bllss. .Texas MRS. MERCERS?ft. ''
"" 79916. .' *n <*<. .....
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.- .# i Members of the Bunnell "
E7 Robert E. Anderson 14386477, C. Company, 326"MetTBn.<< 101 WSCS met at the home 'of 0 yH I

st ABN Division, APO San Fyanclsco 96383. Mrs. Frank Mercer last Wed. +r
.nesday morning for their
Sgt. Freddie Walker Co. A.: :Z-BnJ 36th Inf.' APO:!New York N. Y. Christmas party and meeting. ET t.P .
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4. 09045." : t II': ..co .,...! ,' ... Mrs: Emma :Masters,assistedthe

Sgt. Gerrard. Slovaks- ". ;JARCC.. ,. Key West. 'N. A* 8.! Florida;'; 33040.. A hostess.Christmas program,j' was

Sgt. Robert L. Hosklns 14927014, 12th Security Police Sq. Box 318, presented'by'r.tm, Buddy Taylor -
Mrs. Leslie 'Tucker and ""'U".
SFC Donald M. Hoskins, TUSLOG Det 4 APO New York, N. Y. '
Mrs. Cordell >Rob rtson. Miss Celia Joyce Emery, i December bride elect, is shown

.... 09133.O- t* JU : ,> < i Mrs. Earle Wilder was 'presented a White Bible ceremony given in her honor last Monday i
?4Pvt.Daniel./Waterman 264115268 Co. A 8th",Bn.A SchooBde Fort a' I5 Fla&ler County I
,, night by the YWA's --at; the Bunnell First Baptist Church. Mrs.
Gordon GaJ.,,36905. -: K r"f, Cookbook" as. a gift from the Jack Hardin and' Miss Mary Susan Brarfnam, Young Womens
"" \ The
,society. enjoyed a
AMN Victor 12393573-net. group Auxiliary counselors" directed the traditional ceremony. __
Hall > 164th. TAW (ALCE) Ft.: Campbell gift exchange/' ;" ..
..1" :'
I Ky. 42223. .... Holiday refreshments were G

,." AMN Jack D. Abbott, Box 2649, Laughlln AFB, Texas 78840. served to fourteen members. BAPTIST CHRISTMAS DR CLAPSADDLE <* I IATFBUMCHUR
.t. '" .' TO FILL PULPIT _}.
APO San Francisco 96326.. PARTY PLANNEDThe '

AMN Alfred: 'Tucker; J;. .909-1 Liklni Place Honolulu, Hawaii! CARD OF TJIANKS first. Baptist Church of H, "

':., 96818. I We wish to expend our\ appreciation Bunnell will have a family Dr. Gerald L. Clapsaddle..

)). 'S5 John Waterman, Box 472 H. H. Co. VSASATR, Ft. Devers, Mass. to ouVmany: friendsfor Christmas Party on: Wednesday -< associate general secretary of
01433. their acts of kindness dur December 17th at the recreation United, Methodist Church Program ; -
f."v ing our recen ,bereavement In hall. A covered dish Council, will fill the
,roli.' SP4 Andrew.Waterman 12894080, U. S. A. H. ASMARA APO New the loss' of our loved one. supper will be enjoyed by a pulpit at the, Flagtl'er'' Beach,

] YorkN.; .Y. 09843 For the beautiful flowers, special Christmas party. United MethodiSt Church Sun

; $1 SSgt.. Leslie M. Tucker, C. Co. 5th Bn. 31st Inf. 197 Inf. Bde. cards and prayers we are Each person attending Is day, December 14 at 11OOturn. : '
Ft. Benning, Ga. 31905. .. deeply grateful: asked to bring a gift. Insteadof .
sISP4 ,
,;"i:\ \ May God bless you In behalf exchanging gifts, they will
James) ErHarbert US67098126 2nd Plt. Co. A-1A4 Inf. 4th .
of all) h family-'; be given to needy youth in
Div., APO San Francisco96355. .
... The Family of Flagler County.CHRISTIAN >
if Lt. Tom A. Kahlert, 115 Bagley Avenue, HInesvllle, Ga. 31313 Mattie ,:A. Brooks.. SCIENCE -



"He sent his word and

,, healed them, and delivered
them from their destructions". '
I This passage from Psalms is

included in the Christian \
Science Lesson-Sermon titled
:' "God the Preserver of Man" to ,
l sf wf .
; L be read Sunday., ** s
One of the passages to be S
"."-'.< read from Science and Health *

,. v with Key to the Scriptures by ,
-I Mary Baker Eddy is: "The
history of''Christianity furnishes Dr. C. L. Clopsoddle '
sublime of the
y'i proofs Dr. Clapsaddle is a nativeof
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supporting pro
Ohio and received degrees
,"I tecting power bestowed on from Taylor University and
man by his heavenly Father, Garrett Theological Seminary.He .
s 's s s.x who
W omnipotent gives
is a former superintendent
faith and understanding
man of the Indianapolis Dis-
to defend himself,
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trict and General Secretary of
not only from temptation" but Missionary Education of the .
1 1A from bodily suffering. United Methodist Church. He

f:.. is :a. member of \the General
: BEACH,' METHODIST MEN Assembly of the National

M.- MEET: Council 0 f Churches and ,.
1 World Methodist Church.
.,){ The Methodist Men of Flag-.
111 ler Beach held a supper meet
I i ing'Monday night at Recreation 1
Hall with thirty men XMAS PARTYDECEMBER
in,attendance. The supper was _
served by. the ladles of the 11 .

WSCS. Mrs.: Clyde Duensing, Jr.
The' speaker was Don Taylor will present a Christmas pro.

of Holly Hill who gavea gram at the Flagler Beach
commentary on the Bible. WSCS annual Christmas par-

T ty Thursday morning'' Decem
BAPTIST SPEAKER. NAMED ber 11 at 9:30 in the United
': Methodist Church fellowship :t
t' John
Professor Scalp of the hall. .
if Sociology Department of JohnB. f -
Hostesses for affair
Stetson University 'will, be
! Mrs. Axel Johnston "
'If and Mrs.
the speaker at First Baptist
, Church'of Bunnell SUnday Allen_ ,Jenkinson, ,;
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'': .; ., 'M1ss'112ary' ,ache> was hon I
'r' d+r (qs fk ored at' a" bridal 'shower Friday a

evening given by Mrs.

Lloyd Cordell Robertson Robertson at and the Lloyd Mrs. '

Robertson home at Bimini. :j ; I 11

4 Miss Pache will become the ,
bride of Frank Hazen III, December 14 1I)I
20 at 7 p, m.'The.ceremony .
will beperformed in the ::, ,.
Bunnell First United Metho-
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The Robertson home was -- WliUfI7I1IIL ...
accented with red and white
sr Christmas arrangements. Yule .J
candles encircled with greenery
% and holly formed the cen- t -5 ::1
terpiece for the serving table, -
overlaid with a- white lace

cloth. Punch served from acrystal
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seventeen Invited''guests. Miss Celia Joyce Emery, whose marriage to Lawrence:", Oliver

Appropriate games were will be an,event of December 27 was complimented at)surprise
played and prize winners were bridal shower Monday night at Bunnell ,First Baptist Church

Mrs. Hoke Cobb and Mrs. S.' H. social hall given by the Young Women's 'Auxiliary.. ,

_ 'i Into By Ted Heln Cameron. _. Miss Emery, left, is shown at the refreshment table with
Miss : YWA hostesses Beth Matheifly, Becky Mercer, Janet Cook, Mary
Barbara Ann.. Bross The bride orted Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cowan
,'. by her '
Susan Brannam Mrs. Jack Hardin 'and Elaine Murray. *>+
and Staff ,
*Sergeant Dorsey. brother, ,Michael Bross,'"had as and children of Orlando were '.
Wayne Fullerwere married her only attendant, her sister, weekend ,houseguests of Mr. f ,
.. Saturday, December'! 6 at St.; Mrs? James Purvis. and -Mrs.'Cordell Robertson at MOODY-BOURNE HOLIDAY DESSERTPA.RTV 1 $' ;, -
Augustine First Church'of
Britt Fuller, brother of the Bimini.- PLANNED ; ,( ,
.God.The bride is the daughter of bridegroom, was best man. ,

Mrs. Mary Bross, Flagler The coupCe is spending theirhoneymoon' VISITING IN GEORGIA '.-' WOMAN'S"I CLUB '. ;;
Beach, and the late Mr. in Tennessee, Vir- f
Henry "Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robert Plans are underway for the
Mrs. S. H. Cameron is ex-
Bross. ginia and Pennsylvania'!. The
bridegroom is the
at home at Sixth FlaglerVoman's Club Christmas
pected to arrive home Friday Moody are -
bridegroom i is in the United
of .
son Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
States Army.IDLEWOOD. after spending several days in Street, Flagler Beach, after dessert-party at 1 p.: m.
Fuller of St. Augustine. Sylvester,, Ga. visiting Misses their marriage December 7 at Wednesday, December 17..
Mag Audrey Cameron and Eva the,, Presbyterian Church, Me- Club members and Invited'
WELCOMES NEW CLUB Belle Cameron. Rae, Ga. .- guests are invited to the gala:

=Rev., Michael di Palma per 'event at the clubhouse, 1524'
MEMBERSMrs. YULE PARTYSATURDAY formed the ceremony. S. Central Avenue, Flagler
Orville NITE TOUR ISLANDS Beach. A gift exchange will
Decker and 'The bride is the former '
Mrs. O. Padgett were initiatedas Attorney and Mrs. LelandB. Katherine Louise Bourne, follow special musical program :
Idlewood Club: members.artd will be ,
new members when the Shaw recently returned daughter of Mr,. and Mrs. Lee presented
their husbands will have their Hostesses are' Mrs. Vernon
Disabled American Veterans from a Carribean trip where Bourne, Flagler' Beach. Her
annual Christmas Sat Haines Mrs. Victor
party Buckles
Auxiliary met Monday! night i they toured the islands of husband Is the son of Mrs.
December 13 at 8 m. and Mrs.
urday, p Max Hall.
at Flagler Beach. at the Ponce DeLeon Motor Aruba and Curacao near Margaret Moody, Flagler
Club members South America.SHARON'SMITH. Beach and George M. ,
voted to donate Moody
Lodge Restaurant, St. AugusJ Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester
$25 for the annual tine. Flagler Beach. Stanton have returned to their
Christmas program at the The couple had as their-only
home in-
Mrs. Louis Steflik, social Flagler Beach aftera
Lake City Veterans Hospital. attendants, the bride's broth.
chairman, i is in charge of res- six weeks motor trip throughthe
It was announced several ervations. ,, IS FOUR ": ,, in law and sister, Mr. and southwest and into Mex
members would travel to Mrs. Dan Frailey of' McRae, ico where they toured a portion
Sharon Smith, daughter,
Umatllla Saturday, December Mr, and Mrs. O.. D., Robert. Mr. and Mrs.,C. F. Smith, Haw Ga.Mrs. of (:the country.. ': '.'
Moody was graduatedfrom
13 to distribute gifts at the ,
.....'sorfjiave: ,{ .,as their. houseguests'jieglslsVSTT ; Creek, celebrated her birthdaylast Bunnell High School in
Harry-Anna Crippled : Rttth Joyce, GARDEN--CLUB TO. ',
w Mr.s* week at a"party"at her
1969 andis .
-- presently attending
ren's I ospfta : :.,. Miami. -
Daytona Beach Junior SPONSOR CHRISTMAS
Traditional birthday refresh- College. *-

U HOUSING DIRECTORS GET-TOGETHEI AT SNEADS ments were -served to 18 of The bridegroom was :grad. LIGHTING CONTEST'

(Sharon's friends and family. uated from Bunnell High Garden Club members vot
. members. (t. School in 1964 and served four ed to sponsor the annual yule
years in the US Navy He at>>- lighting contest at Flagler
WINTER VISITOR tends Daytona Beach Junior Beach when they met Wed-

'\Mrs. John .,':Schmidft., Caldwell College. nesday in the Flagler Beach

N. J. has arrived to spend Municipal Hall.
the winter at the. Flagler FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT New members, Mrs. M.
Beach' Hotel. Craddock Mrs. E. Allen and
a Mrs. Schmidt is the motherof Mrs. Ernest Taylor and son, Mrs. J. Tiffany, were welcomed. -
Mrs. Jeff Davis of Flagler Kenneth 'Taylor, formerly 'of .,.
Beach. Bunnell now residing in Plans were completed for the
Charleston, S. C., visited in club's annual Christmas party
1tl F CARD OF THANKS' Bunnell last week with for members and guests De
friends. cember' 18..
May f take this method of <

f expressing my deep apprecia
: tion for the ,many cards, visits -

and flowers I received dur gie' Special .
ing my recent illness.

Special thanks is extended 'til December 24th '
to the Doctors, Nurses and en-
tire Staff at Bunnell General 20% OFF ON ALL
Hospital for their ,many kind -
Oysters,. roasted or fried, were the pieces de resistance at an nesses and excellent care. RODSandREELSATLANTIC .

Informal supper Ed and..Gay Snead gave Saturday night for the' Your thoughtfulness will always ,.

Flagler County Housing? Authority i directors. The affair was at be remembered. : HARDWARE & -
the hosts *home 'Snead's Island near High Bridge; -
..Mrs.fBud Henry SUPPLY Y CO. Inc. .
Tom Holden, third from right standing, samples boiled ,

shrimp served by Ed Snead while Mrs. Snead looks on. Others NNELL'TOSHOP ,PHONE 439-2303 MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH'

pictured are 1 t'o r, H.. V. $: avY, Mrs. Peavy, Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, COME TO B ,.
Mrs. Eldon Knight and Mrs.'Holden,. seated. Others, 'attending J
the seafood feast were Eldon Knight, and Mr. and Mrs. Bo Me-
Daniel. Drop Your Laundry! Off dry
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.: Specials / : We Wash RugsAmy's VISIT at assortment Cooks. Our of generous per..

LARGE SELECTION OF. / fumes and cosmetics electric
shavers camera equip. --J JI

*' POTTED PLANTS IN BLOOM; .? LaundryUS 'ment costume Jewelry toys '.. ?

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one-stop Christmas shop-
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; SLATED DEC. 20 from VFW Auxiliary
! Adult Education classes at HERE DEC. 9 The Veterans of Foreign member and proceeds from
;' \ Mrs. John C. Rice Chair Wars Auxiliary drawing for the drawing will be used for
''.. Bunnell High School will be A Social Security Represen a
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
Board Members
11 due to the Parent Teacher. ., Tuesday December 9 from
County Superintendents attending 1
meeting.; 9:30: a.m. to 12 noon. -
the 24th Annual Convention
of the Florida ''School HOME !
Boards Association ,and Flori-
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da Association of County Sup
erintendents In Tampa last A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

week. JOHN CAPO. Manager
i. I 'FLAGLER PLUMBING CO.;, .. The, convention held at the 0 OXYGEN
?,:' Sheraton-Tampa Hotel No- AIR
", *,. ,' ,',,'',. vember 23-25" was a "workingconventlOln' work CONDITIONED' I ATTENDANT LADY I' EQUIPPED'
1500 S. Daytona Avenue ; shops and group discussionson CHAPEL AMBULANCES

a variety of subjects of Interest ..
Flagler Beach to educators. Phone ID 7-3532

r' s Hugh McDade public rela 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
:'"Telephone' : 439-2169 T. J.. Miller, Owner tions manager for the Alum
inum Company of America
I was thekeynote; speaker. r
Election of new officers was
the principal event in the
special Sunday session. of the
3-day meet.. ,after you seek

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

1 FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALl ers In education and studiedby bring.'.yourprescrip'tion
Interested groups at the
-SPONSORED' BY- meeting. .Among the topics to

Disabled American Veterans discussed were school legislation -
; program planning and i
budgeting;' legal responsibilities a
TONIGHT (Thursday) of boards; and drugs. and 1fhUq ,
narcotics in public schools.
Mrs. Rice was accompaniedby Professional Bldg. 1
Booe Chapter No. 86 her husband, John C. Rice.

stales in Flagler Coun-
ty showed a 13 percent In-
crease over October 1968 according NOTICE .
lip Q ON TIMECERTIFICATES to' a report Issued by a/,
5 10 Comptroller Fred Dickinsonlast The 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
VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3.000-00 DAYS showed decreases in sales tax .
owners of dogs running at large. Attention is call-
collections the state
NATIONAL COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY! average ed to the owners that they personally will be responsible -
showed a '17 percent: increase.
BANK The highest increase of 50 for the actions and damages caused by
Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada precent was Indicated in their
Orxnond Beach. Florida Okeechobee County while dogs.The
Washington County showed City of Flagler Beach J
the greatest decrease in sales
tax collections. l'

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E.ISOAIJ AUVI5HTIHI2MR1VT1JV eOHA Fl. QULICIC have against the estate of
( K and- CHARLES! J. MISSINNK. akaC.
Ju1C: husband. If alive
TIIM CIRCUIT roUHT volt dead then J. MISHINNE.n/K/a
Kl.AUt.ICK COUNTY. Fl.oitl. heirs I devisees> legatees, her unknown M1HHINNK.: deceased late
IA and! all other or grantees of Flagler County. I
CIVIL CJASM"1:NO." o.SIDIVISION under parties or claiming against by:persons through or, ::mfu:1ttl.: : Judge office In of the fclagler County # w

JOHN J. TYNE. CIULICK them_ DES IoJ Courthouse In Bunnell Flag-
Plaintiff her ''8banadr! if-alive- GULICK' ler County, Florida,, within six
or If dead.
1 vs.I then, her unknown months from the date of first
heirs devisees
publication of this' notice.
MARCIUS .W. KRATZ. et ux. legatees or grantee and all
other Each claim or demand
I et al, etc* persons or parties clatmJh.Jy must
Defendants. through under be In writinand must state the
? or against
j NOTICM ULIZABKTH place of residence and postottlce
SUIT and
I TO THM DEFENDANTS -OULICK. her address! of the claimant and must
77 husband
C1UB W. KHATZ. a/k/a MAn- } alive r if dead then her unknown ; be sworn to by the claimant,'his
ClUB WILSON KllATZ. heirs devisees. legatees agent or his attorney or It will
be barred according to
or law.
-KRATZ. grantees and all other
his wife If persona Each creditor shall
alive or if dead, then his or parties claiming by
un sufficient copies of his claim
known heirs, devisees legatees through. under or against them'INU"UED to
enable the County Judge to mall
or grantees and all other and-
persons each
or parties claiming by. ;U;e or IfEdead etheneherdun! one tative.to personal represen-

through under or a I netaka known heirs devisees Dated this 21st day of Novem-
them DAVID legatees
HIRAMAKitATZ or grantees and all other ber, 1969.
DAVID per- +
or parties ,
Individually and as Adminletrator claiming by
As Administratrix of the
C. T. A. of the Estate 0KRATZ. f through! under or against them'WILBUR Estate ofCHARLES
and J.
his wife. if his wife, if alive
alive or or If dead a/k/a C. J. MISSINNE,
then his
If dead then his unknown unknown
heirs heirs a/k/a CHARLES JOHN
devisees legatees
devisees legatees or grantees or.gran- MISSINNE
and all other persons or partiesclaiming and all other persons or Deceased.
by. through, under or under claiming by. through Richard A. Schwartz p
against them. MARY K. MOYKK persona or or against parties them and ad 200 South Rtdgewood Avenue George B. Williams District Forester Division of Forestry

andJ band. rt If-alive r.-MOVER or If dead her, then hus claiming In any and right to the title having or Interest or- Attorney Daytona Beach.,for Administratrix Florida Btmnell, was elected a Dlrector-at-Large of the Florida Forestry

her unknown heirs, devisees described realty located following In Flag- _Nov. 27. Dec. 4. 11. 18. 4tc Association during Its recent Annual Convention In Tallahassee.As .
legatees or grantees and all ler County. Florida
other persons or parties claimIng at a point ten hundred: Beginning fifteen LEGAL APVKUTISKMKffT! the central statewide spokesman for forestry Florida'ssecond
by through under
or against and
them ALBERT P. KRATZ.alive South eight-tenths of the North(10158)East Corner feet NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS largest Industry the Florida: Forestry Association acts on
-KRATZ. his wife If' of Lot four (C of Section NAMXQ LAW behalf of the
) individuals
or If dead then his unknown Township 10 south 17 of Notice Is hereby given that more 100,000 who are involved

heirs, devisees, legatees or grantees east, thence extending of westwardly range 31- the undersigned, desiring to en- in ,the forest industry. Williams, as Dlrector-at-Large, will assist
and all other persons or sixteen hundred gage In business under the fictitious -
parties claiming by. through under two-tenths (1686.2)eightysixand feet to name of 38 other Industry and government leaders in planning. new association -

or against them, HARRY E. a point thence southwardly two DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COM- and policies.
KRATZ and-KRATZ, hiswlte. hundred sixty-two and seven- PANY OF DAYTONA BEACH programs

unknown If alive or If dead then tenths (262.7) feet to a point: LAKELAND FLORIDAat AND. MELBOURNE. .former 'Plant Manager for the Chemicals Division Union
his heirs devisees thence .
( legatees or grantees and all oth hundred eastwardly twenty-four and seventeen five- 2841 S. Division Street 'Orlando. Camp Corporation in Jacksonville Williams Is a member of the

I er persons or parties claiming tenths (1724.5) feet to a point In Florida, dSwlfh register -
by. through under or against the Ocean Barrier thence in a the said name the Florida Section of the Society of American Foresters. He has

t them. JESSE H. KRATZ and northwardly) I'1"arrtl and Clerk ler County.of Circuit, Court of Flag- also served as a member of the Forestry Division of the Florida
-KRATZ. his wife If through said Ocean
alive or if dead, then his unknown hundred seventy-four and eight-r two Dated at Miami, Florida, this State Chamber of Commerce.

l t heirs devisees legatees tenths (274.8) feet to a point 18thNATIONAIoBEVEItAGES.
or grantees and all other persons the place of beginning. Containing .
I 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
d CORA LAURY a/k/a CORA and accretions pertaining to the Too' grown and eventually find
LAWRY..and-LAURY. herhusband. above describparcel of land, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Late their way into hundreds of
If alive or If dead, then all whose place and residence
1 her unknown heirs, devisees address is unknown. NOTICE TO HID I I living rooms is a fascinatingstory.
= THIS IS TO NOTIFY all Inter-
,. legatees or grantees and all oth- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .
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 County To get the details we talked
Florida, will receive sealed
them RUTH LAURY a/k/a RUTH ler Florida with Christmas
her County, : In writing for- leasing the Municipal -, By Russell Kay a tree "plan-
LAWRY and-LAURY, Beginning at a point ten
husband i dead. hundred fifteen and Pier House on December tation" owner, who supplies
.). nher unknown heirs. de tenths (1015.8) feet South eight-of M.18.. 1969.at the at the City hour Commissioners of 7:30: P. Before long the scent of all the trees for the sprawling

visees.tall legatees other or persons grantees.and orparties the four North(4) East of Section Corner of 17 Lot of Room City Hall., Flagler Beach freshly cut pine trees will Eleven Store chain, Includ-

claiming by. through Township 10 south of range terms Florida, ,specifications upon: the and following conditions saturate the air around'groc.- ing about 535 stores in Flor-

under or against them LUCY 31 east, thence extending : ery stores and shopping cen-
K RAT Z and- -- westwardly sixteen hundred
yearly amount
The lease
KRATZ. her husband. If 'alive or eighty-six and two-tenths will 1. be predicated leasing ? ters where a choice selectionof David of Walkerton

If dead then her unknown heirs (1686.2) feet to a point. the entire Municipal upon Pier build- Christmas trees are on display Indiana "babies' these trees
devisees legatees or grantees thence southwardly two
and all other persons or parties hundred sixty-two and seven ,Ing.Shop Including equipment Restaurant furniture Tackle and and customers meander from the time they are tiny
claiming by. through under or tenths (262.7) feet to a the seekingthe
OULICK thence fixtures presently located on the among greenery seedlings until thare: cut
MERARI point eastwardly sev-
against them. ;
and -OULICK. her husband enteen hundred twentyfourand premises..2. The 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, to point in the Ocean Barri
t her unknown heirs, a
::( legatees or grantees, and all er. thence In a northwardly of years commencing, 1970./ the the Lessee 6th day to Christmas trees are big fully selects' the seedlings

i: other persons or parties clalmI direction In and through said pay January the 1st and last months business today and trees for from nurseries that specializein

them ing by.ROBERT through F.under KRANTZ or against and seventy-four Ocean Barrier and two eighttenths hundred- for rental each in and advance and month the there-rent the purpose are grown and Scotch Pine, which has become -

,, -> -KRANTZ. his wife If (274.8) feet to a point after in advance.every cultivated by experienced so popular in Florida

alive or heirs If ,dead devisees then legatee his unknown -; the place: Jten of jr(10)beginning.acres Containing of! In 3.the The alternative bidder shall whether specify or, nurserymen. The day of the because of its heat resistance

I; or grantees and all. other persons land. Together rights and with accretions the riparian not the bidder aealrea? Alp Conattlonlnpr -' haphazard -.wood,, .choppers, :qualities. They .are planted

through or. under parties or against claiming them by 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. said Air Conditioning to be .any old tree is passed. and average 1,200 to the acre.
If has been filed against and
.i.. dead LICK,, then his wife his unknown If alive heirs or you are required to serve you a copy maintained whether 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. lease the premises without Air intervals. Culls are removed
and all other persons or parties to it on Donald J. Seps. attorneyfor Conditioning ahd the, monthly LEGAL, ADVERTISEMENTIN
and the hand and
whose address is pruning
II through under or plaintiff
claiming by rental should be adjusted to
reflect -
H. GULICK 120 East Granada Avenue, P. O. TUB CIRCUIT COURT Tth
them JOHN if Air la shearing begins.
against Conditioning desired process
his wife Box 2633 Ormond Beach Flor- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
and file the original with I or not. FOIl FIJAOL.BU COUNTY The trees are trained and
then his unknown ida. and i
If dead,
if alive or 4. The Flagler Beach Munic-
1'//1 devisees, legateesor the clerk of the above styled FLORIDA shaped until they as
heirs I
I ipal Pier House shall be used by appear
and all other per- court on or before December 17, CASK! NO. 623 K .
grantees the Lessee as a Restaurant
claiming by 1969: otherwise a judgment maybe andVendors WILLIAM N. M HHITT. Inverted ice-cream cones. The
sons or parties Sporting Equipment Shop
against for the Plaintiff
through under or against them. entered you Shop and ,for no other fields are kept free of brush .
relief demanded In the complaintor vs.
WILSON GULICK and--if petition. purposes. or uses whatsoever. JOHNNIE MAY MERRITT. and weeds and they are sprayed -
If alive or
GULICK,. his wife 5. No alcoholic beveragesshall
hand and the Defendant
i dead' then his unknown heirs seal WITNESS of said Court my on 7th day of be served or dispensed on NOTICE OF. SUIT by crop dusters to control

devisees legatees or grantees November 1969.GEORGE the leased premises',at any timewith TO: JOHNNIE MAY MERRITT. insects and disease
and all other persons or Parties M. MOODYAs the exception of specialparties Residence unknown
claiming by. through under or Clerk of said Court or banquets In the betnquet Last known address; 622* As the Christmas season .
against them WARREN K. his (Circuit Clerk hall at -which time I alcoholic Model Street Daytona approaches David and Tom
LICK wife. If and alive--or If dead then :By Deputy Kathryn Clerk EmeryAs beverages 6. That may the lessee be served.Is to lease YOU Beach ARE Florida HEREBY NOTI- Dixon senior buyers for the

his unknown heirs devisees.legatees Nov. 13 4tc. all furniture fixtures and equip- FIED that a Complaint for DIvorce southeastern division of 7-
grantees and all other ment on the leased premises and
or has been filed
claiming, by. shall against you Eleven get together for a selection -
persons or parties : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT be responsible for the in the above styled Court and
through. uner or against maintenance of said furniturefixtures you are requested and directed walk through the
LANDIS normalwear
JOHN FREDERICK NOUTII OIIMONDTDRAINAGE and equipment, to'serve a copy of your Answeror fields. They pick out trees on
and deadjSthens untknown.helrs and tear excepted. other written defense to Bald
alive or If NOTICE OK LAND OWNERS 7.The lease shall be non- Complaint upon JAMES H., the basis of healthiness density "
devisees legatees MEETING assignable, and there shall be'' TUCKER Attorney for Plaintiff
or grantees. and all other per- Notice Is hereby given that a no sub-letting or any alterationsor at Post Office Box 398 Bunnell. and shape. These trees
sons or parties claiming by meeting of the Owners of Land additions thereto without the Florida and to file the original are ''tagged. They are graded!
through under wi- against them. situated In the North Ormond written consent of the Lessor. thereof with the Clerk, of the like other
LANDIS and 8. The Lessee shall be responsible any agriculturalproducts
EVA K. Drainage District In Volusla and Circuit Court In and for Flagler*
LANDIS her husband '' alive Flagler Counties Is hereby call- for all charges for County. Florida. Flagler CountY' Only the best knownas
or Jt dead then her unknown ed to be held at the office of the public utilities supplied to or Courthouse Bunnell Florida on selected
heirs devisees, legatees grantees District at 223 Seabreeze Boule- used on the leased premises. or before the 22nd day of December "premium", are by
and aU other % ogh vard Daytona Beach. Florida. 9. That the Lessee! shall pro- 1969. 7-Eleven buyers. The trees

parties claiming by. SARAHLANDIS same being In the County of Volusla cure public liability Insurance If you fall to do so. Judgment are then treated with a
under ot against them on Tuesday, December 16. covering the leaned premises Insufficient by Default will be taken and pre-
andLANDIS 1969. at 2 o'clock P. M. for the amount to save harm- entered against you for the relief servative dye which gives

her unknownlheirs., devisees,.tgS for any of electing other business Supervisors2nd that :less the, Lessor claims from accidents any and allInjuries or Done prayed and Ordered in said at Complaint.Bunnell them a uniform shade of

ateea or grantees and aU other may come before the meeting.At causes of action arising out of Flagler County Florida this green and helps preserve them
or nartles<< :. them;. such election, each and the use of the leaned premisesby 18th. day of November 1969. after they are cut. They
hrough, a .et every acre of land In the District the Lessee or any person us- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT receive -
WINIFRED LANDIS and shall represent one share ing said premises or any prop- COURTBy a final shearing and

her unknownheirs and each owner shall be entitledto erty damaged thereon. : Kathryn 1... Emery shaping butts are trimmedand
or rif deadeithen .one vote in person. or by 10. The Lessee shall be required Deputy Clerk
devisees legatees or 1s.raSr proxy in writing duly signed at their own cost and expense (Seal) each tree Is put througha
tees and all other > for each acre of land owned by to collect all admissions Nov. 20, 27 Dec. 4. 11 4tc. machine which encases it
through under the Municipal Pier in cash
Guardians to
by such "
parties or claiming:against! tiem IDAher him may in pl-t'/SS/ Ex- and to turn over and account LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT in a kind of plastic webbing.

KRATZ -- R.A Administrators may for same to the City Clerk the This
husband, ffSiuT or It dead then represent the Estate. of deceased gross amount collected each day IN COirNTY UOaK' rOlTHT1PT.AUL.EIl process protects the
her unknown heirs legatees persona and Private Corporations and the Lessee or hla or its COUNTY FLORIDA trees from damage in handling -
grantees SMJ- may be represented by agent responsible for the above them
or helps keep their
by. officers or duly authorized collection shall be bonded by a I'llOIIATR No. lEt-1
persons through,or s against them agents.their reputable. Bonding? Company.:: IN RE: Estate of shape and makes It easier to
MALINDA and- It is ordered that this Noticebe 11. The Lessee shall keep the FRANK BREDE stack for shipping. They are
once a week for Restaurant on the leased premises Deceased
If dead..then herbunknownTiheirs, two published consecutive weeks In the open at all reasonable times NOTICE TO CIIKDITOHS then shipped direct to 7-Eleven -

devisees legatees or grantees Daytona Beach Observer a news and operate the same in an ef- TO ALL PERSONS HAVING stores where customers are
or parties published in Volusia County ficient. safe and businesslike CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
other '
and all
through. u"1rlTr paper Florida. and The } manner seven (7) days a week- :AGAINST SAID ESTATE: assured of the finest trees
claiming*s.tnjBt them.bY KLLA. Tribune, a newspaper published 12. An Inventory of the furniture You and each of you are here- available anywhere.
cii< Z'her hUs- Flag er County, Florida. fixtures and equipment by notified and required to file
?'V dead. th*n her in Date of first publication., No- presently on the leased premisesto any ,claims and demands which' From your' neighborhood
unknown visees. legatees be leased to the Lessee may you or either of Eleven
store it is
helra. and all other VemBOAItb1OF'SUPERVISORS :, obtained at the City Hall.Cltv against said estate u'lnm the of- only a
or grantees f.'JSl"' by. 'sV. Guy Day Secretary of Flagler Ueach Florida. fice of Hon. T. K. McKNlOHT. short distance to your living
,\ persons or parties or t. the"! No'" 27. Dec. .4. 2tc. 13. The Lessor. reserves the County Judge of Flagler County room where the bright lights
through, WRi- and --- -w. right to reject a* y and all bids at his office in the Court House
\V. D. husband. It alive or If LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT submitted by aqy bidder at the in Bunnell. Florida within six and flashing ornaments contribute -'
RY her heirs above date' and tlme. calendar months time
from the
much to
her unkl1own so full enjoyment -
dead then grantees. TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S HELEN O NOLTE.; CITYCLERK of the first publication .
ands all otherapersons or parties IN COURT IN AND FOIl FLAG- CITY OF FLAO- notice. Each claim or demand, : of the holiday sea-

claiming by through. under or LJUL IMIOIIATIJ COUP T1. FLOIUUA. IN James LER H. BEACH Tucker FLORIDA. must place be In of residence 1: and containthe post son. As you and your family

against them Stl J.. fieULICsand ua.:1: City AttorneyP. office address of'lhe< claimantand gather about your Christmastree

+ If dead. then IT/RE: STATE OFCHARLES O. Box 398 must be sworn to by the this year you can take
.It alive or
band Florida 3 2 10ATTEND
devlee"s, I J. MISSINNE BunneU. claimant his agent or attorney.
her unknown heirs other ; a/k/a re? -J. MISSINNE Nov, 27. Dec. 4. 11. 3to or the same shall be void. pride in 'Its perfect shape and

legatees 01' grantees. andlalll m n.. a/k/a CHARLES JOHN MlSSINN5bxiC ROBERT _F. MARSHALLAs color because your tree has
persons against Executor'of said Estate
by through.ACQIILLA under or :]* TO CREDITORS THE First publication: 20 Nov. 1969. been tailor made to meet your

them ULICC OULICbKdanl.' if To aU creditors and aq persons Attorney for Executor needs and provide the utmostIn

alive 1f dead then her unor ; having'' claims or demands CHURCH OF YOUR LELAND B. SHAWP. color and Important
"norh vl against said estate: O. Box 298 shape so -
Bother apers each of hereby Bunnell. Florida 32010 _
and all You. and you. are to a Merry Christmas.
ions Rrantees."of" parties claiming them.by. notified and required to pre CHOICE ON SUNDAY Nov. 20.' 27. Dec. 4. 11. 4tc.

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Bunnell Cagers play a CAME DEC. 10 ,
triple header Friday night,
: December 5 when they travelto The powderpuff
football game sponsored by
Pierson to play Taylor
High. the Bunnell High School cheer
loaders will get underway at
The girls game will beginat 7:30 December 1O
: p. m. at
5 p. m., the Junior Varsity Stadium. """" .
__ ::3- Bulldog
r rTL k boys play at 6:30: and the Girls in grades 7, 8, 9 nd. '
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-
time Is 7:30:: p. m.
ban Tuesday the Bunnell
teams Journey to St. Augus

BAG DEER -. .,
Several local sportsmen ':,
CRESCENT CITY bagged deer during the

PLAYS IN Thanksgiving weekend, while
hurtling throughout the coun
BunneQl Mayor Hubert Pel-
Crescent City Rebels llcer bagged an pointer Fri
have accepted an Invitationto day morning while huntingat
play In the Azalea Bowl In Sweetwater.,
wX Pallatka this Friday night at A young Jiimrod, Ronnie

1: iir- 8 p. m.Crescent. Johnston, 13, killed his first
City 'won the St. buck last Sunday. He was -
f itwvw uy Tea Mem Johns Conference Champion. hunting with his father, Carl. \
The Bunnell High School Varsity basketball team Is .ready for the 1969-70 season' with ten ship with a 7-2 record this ton Johnston, at ",the A. B.

boys on the squad. Pictured In.. the front row from sleft. to right are: Perry Allman; Randy year. Supervising PrincipalCoy Johnston hunting camp near
I Buckles Mather Williams and Joe from left to G. Harris Invites Flagler 100.
Ulysses Thomas Manager Burnham. Standing Hwy. The spike deer .'
,right are: Leonard King, Mike Barber, George Revels, Bobby Nelson,' Frank London and Elijah football fans to attend the weighed 75 pounds.. _
Azalea classic.
Emanud.! The varsity coach Is Jack HardIn. 'P>- >A group of hunters from
Daytona Beach reportedly "
killed an 8 point buck and a
;;.0.. 7 pointer'In the Pelllcer Creek

-, area. .
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f Word has been received of -

Maverick starts the death of Ralph W. ]Burn-;

; ; sed, v 61, Pierson, a former
Bunnell resident. He, passed
away Saturday at Halifax
Hospital, Daytona Beach.
He lived in Pierson for 25
,': lo' years. He was born In Bun
our !-price nell and moved to Pierson -
from here. Hewas a fern
grower and was a member of
,. "
i the Ebenezer Lutheran

j .::::/ 't :Y Church, Pierson.
collection He Is survived by his wife,
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Ursula G. two
: \ ;" ; f '''1'. .. ; sons, Ralph E. .,

:lrl>: ,,1',I "",..: '$t J.<..:.[,:' and Lane, both of Pierson;
one daughter, Mrs. Carl Anderson
.. "",. ,ii'..
) I '.1' <(T f 11 f" "" "'' '"-;, ''t.: PIerson; one brother,, 4!

J ; Robert L., Daytona Beach; 'j
r three sisters, including Mrs.
., "'Ii? ., Mae Williams and Mrs. Grace :
; "
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White, both of Daytona Beach.
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'!I"ji.r u/I'''' .-. 1. ': '. : 'Ii' YORK ,
: k' .qa t .: :: :' Alfred /, .
/ Waterman 80
'r Green. ,
; .l r : hurst, N. Y., father of Leslie .. .' .
; Waterman
Flagler Beach, '
"::l.g .,;, I died November 23 .at WCA ". ;
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''j. t.- .' 6..4\/\ ; .: w, '.v' ... 't. d. Hospital In Jamestown, N. Y. ;1'''' "

I .n1. '' . 'WJ. """ -I. I.t' .M; :. He had been a winter visitor r' .
< Yf ..' at Flagler Beach the '_ .
:J 'S '4.: Lt.. ., past >
.. '
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: ". 20 years. He was'a retired, -: /1\ t'
n-Ln, -*-
farmer. .
1 ,: He Is survived by his wife, -: .'....'\
.. .f Laura; six sons, two daughters : ...1$"
I x< ; 34 grandchildren and'j.\' : .
,, '
: 26 great grandchildren. /. ; ,
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) ,,......"t..',..,'. Wednesdiay Funeral services November were 26 held at .:. ,::n,'

: f.i"1f"r\ : Powers Funeral Home, James I '"' .
town, N. Y.

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