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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1969
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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System ID: UF00079914:00518
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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ARRESTS I .
i Several! parents' : appeared ...l
i -" .' before' the Flagler Beam i City The Flagler school : Board ;
I Commission' Thursday nigh; j t continued .to work on redls-. )

\V to enter complaints toe recent I trlcting of school ,board ,dls- .
arrests of local teenagers by I trlcts at the regular meeting
) Police'' Chief lamas .Brown. :_,, Tuesday morning. Superintendent -

_ ;" The complaints concerned, I J. CX Craig presented
chief made I the and *of electors
a raid the, police maps listings .
; -, orija beach house:and'several] rJ "as had been worked out

I youths, 'were arrested and by a specially assigned per_

i charged, with.,, breaking and L. sonne!. ..

entering. A spokesman for Precinct 1-A was enlarged r(

.-.. the Irate parents told the com- to include the residents east
tw
".1 missloners the''charge against of the'railroad,.north of Moody .
\ the .teenagerswas uncalled -' J"11w .e s- 0 ,'wQ Boulevard and west of Bacher, 1
.t. for, .and''unjust, claiming / Street. This new precinct: :
', I\ the :youths received permis- would be added to School : I
I i 1. sion to hold:;a*, party from; the' Board District 4.. \
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homeowners granddaughter.
Precinct 2-A Is proposed to :
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The considered the
group add the the southern portion t 0
charge ,vicious, even though d of Flagler Beach to School .
the chiefs charges, :to tres-.
dary line would be 13th Street'
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: passing. South. .,
After hearing the parents :
compQalnts' ] and Chief ,Brown Precinct 2-B is proposed to
Com. add the southern portion : ; :
; defend his aCtions City ,
"missioner Porte 'stated in his Flagler Beach to School Board'r',
1'\ opinion the police officer was District No. 5. This area gen -

I doing his. duty and a good erally includes that 'portion ,
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Job. Commissioner Lerch -remarked lying north of 13th Street ;
r the c1ty'slaw enforce- South, west of Daytona Avenue :
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L' and east of Moody Bou- .
t' ment is (thirty years old and
levard, and that portion lying 4
more"tact Isr needed. No action
taken the commissioners. < : north of Moody Boulevard, :
was by .
1 \ 'v.. Photo By Tilman Roblnaon '
1, : west of, Flagler Avenue, 'and;
I Flagler Beach bar owner Dirt moving .operations began recently at the Bulow Campsite Area which will be:operated i, south of the canal at 7th ,

r't', 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. lie told the commission .* purpose water control' and road crossings according', to Tilman Robinson, District Conservationist Beach would continue to t>e apart .

t f. the ,officer was parking Soil 'Conservation: Service, who is assisting Lenssen _with this particular: .part. of the project. of School Board District ,

7 4his police car directly across When the-project,Isicompleted' Lenssen will have, 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 gd Into the' bar. \ The above; picture ,shows, ,Lenssen! overseeing :dlggingof fishing lake-and dirt'hauJng.{ .. ,. that a special, meeting be setup -
The Commission ,also app ,* with the Board of County
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+j'fTp.:o.w.. ; H* a.*'week's vacation with.r'p4y.::' 'SANrATd*.WAKE: ---'jt.;. ,. P..2L'.11'" ;.. '-1 r ... -.... -- cult I Court Hearing whlcJIs'" -,: ,-
L.O.DG c..;. .. '''' '. ': -CHRISTMAS' -,- ,
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; Mayor Herbert Fuller. vetoed f '. '., ..... S eit'f6t"172cembRr 16th. I; .
the action.] VISIT':AT F. B. MASTERS''' DEGREE MAILING :- ,*! *" .*-superintendent Craig announced .

At a special meeting 'Tues-. 4-* that the Lena Barasa i
d'ay' night the commission COMMUNITX.PARTY BUnnell Lodge Tto.:, '200 SLOW case had been dismissed by: -

r considered the Mayor's veto. The.: wail of the fire truck plans ,a .1 Masters Degee be. Mailings of Christmas cards Circuit Judge P. J. Revels." '
ginning at 6 P. M, Tuesday,
The Mayor 'stated he vetoed \ gift parcels 'are ,behind Lawrence Decker was ap,
l' siren at 7 p.! m. Tuesday, December 16th according to G.
the action for the following of : pointed a teacher In Bunnell
mailings previous
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23 will signal Santa's years.
l reasons: <(1)) ,The paid vacation / December arrival' the annual H. Neeley ,Worshipful Mas' An urgent reminder to all- Elementary" School Nb. 2 to re-

f granted to the police for Yule at .ter.A supper cards 'and parcels to distant place Mrs. Viola Tonkin who
Community party will be Served be
chief would make 4 weeks of resigned.The .
states should be mailed by the
Flagler Beach. Santa Claus tween sections of the degree. .J}
time off with pay for too<< ,short in last of this week to insure de resignation of Harry
f I. a period; (2)) The commlssion's will-make his appearance Election of officers will be livery on time. Gift parcelsand R. Moody as driver,of the Jun.
will
and
front of the firehouse held' during the business
\ action would establish stock. cards for nearby areas for College school bus was an.
4 a precedent applicable to all, distribute candy-filled meeting. should be mailed not later nounced. No appointment was
J salaried' fulltime employeesand ings to the youngster than December 17-the middle made.

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

", due to the lack of a quorum at Beach Volunteer Fire 'Depart.; EVENTS' Cards and parcels to mem- equipment was. renewed
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' the special meeting. ment. Refreshments of coffee Mrs. Mary Broadaway attended ,
a bers of the Armed Forces
II and cookies will be served by .. Today: ,Flagler County should the school board meetIng
i! '' '' Shrine Club ''Christmas din abroad ,be sent Air: '
/ BUNNELL PTA 'pLANS the ladies of the Fireman's'Auxiliary. / as a faculty observer. She ,.
insure
Mail now to deliveryby
*'at 7i30 at .
meeting m.
ner p. "
!': SPECIAL NARCOTICS ., commented on the careful at.
Holiday Inn; US',Hwy 1 arid Christmas, Mercer added., tention that is given to the
PROGRAM 1-95. Members are reminded Patrons are reminded also .
selection of library materials' ,
" Bunnell Parent -Teacher Association !' A to'bring;gifts for the Crippled that Special Delivery articles :

...: plans a special program BARASA.. 'Children's H me. will be delivered on the dayof .
to be, presented Thurs.., CASE DISMISSED X-o->' arrival at destination-this LIONS ,SEEFORESTRY
day, December 11, by Deputy Sunday, D"ec. 14: Korona Includes Christmas Day deliveries
;" Sheriff Jim Jones. Ifarcotlcs Circuit Judge Percy B.'Revels Community Club."will 'meet at and Sundays. Special)! FILM k

' ';I', Squad of Volusia, County- has issued an,order' of dismisSal 2'p.. m. In ,St. Mary's Church Handling 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

.,J The, program will be' plus' case-against Flagler County mas Eve Willa supper will be post offices-these parcels'are the Trees" which, was presented -
*" treated',with "dope" equipment School, Board'' due to the fact made. 1 transported and handled. with by Jim Marquis, District
lJ/ \f; 7 the sheriffs department has j f thalt the plaintiff had not followed (-o-) Other .preferential- mail. The Forest Ranger. The film

:, taken from\ youth In the Vo- administrative procedures Monday, Dee. 15: Bunnell 'use of :Air Mall for'' distant produced.by: the .Florida ,

; .-.... ''' lusia County area and samples as required by 'FloridaStatutes. ,City Commission meeting' at points is recommended, after Forestry Department: ;
or different types of,'narcotics 7:30: p. m. f .December 17. President Howard,Lerch announced j
;" will displayed. ,Mrs., Barasa was a teacher %I fc-o-< ) All parcels must include the that the annual'
\'. 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 Xmai' dinner-party' 'all cards and letters which.include held Friday, December 19th, ,at
handled and point, out. the for the 1969-70 school year. the ',Bunnell l Civic. Center Jiat the ZIP Code will receive Howard Johnson's Restaurant.
danger signals,to observe In'' She sued the School Board to 7:00: p.' mj There will'be a gift faster dispatch and Instead of'exchanging: 'gifts, ,

. youth who are using various retain' her position as a teach exchange. :JA1 Legionnairesand ; ,handling' .beyond' 'the-- .Bunnell, :each person is. requested, to
.... ,r: forms of 'dope. er. .. their families..are Invited.. Post Office. bring a gift that .can be presented
i '"This program should be At the first hearing the Circuit (-o-) Patrons are again. requested to the boys at Rode-

. r r of Interest to the entire com Court ordered the School Tuesday, >Dec. 16: Flagler ,toseparategreeting cards -into .' heaver Boys Ranch at ,Palat-, r rka
7"; munity", said T. A. Jones, Board to reemploy' Mrs. Bara Senior Citizens luncheon-' local"and out-of-town bun. .-The gifts will',be wrapped

president of_ Bunnell PTA, .sa. The School, Board appealed meeting at 12:30: p. m. at dies. It is a, tremendous helpto attire..., Christmas Party Friday: t
;.< "the public Is invited to at the ;decision and-npw' hasa Flagler Beach Municipal, Hall. Us locally when cards ,are night. _. +

tend'and learn more, about dismissal.. Mrs. Barasa didnot'reportfor (-o.) bundled with string or rubber ,
this subject". : work this school Bunnell Lodge No. ,200 F& bands, Mercer' said.
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terms] Neither did she request' AM, meeting at 6 p. m. at the Since greeting cards require6c ;rJH'i or1i1.f7IIIGlI

TRIBUNE XMASGREETING School Masonic, nail Bay'St. postage it,is suggested that .
\ a hearing with, 'the LOW' ,
ISSUE V Board after' being notified she (-0-) your cards.be.sealed with your ,
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last Wednesday, Dec. :17: DAV return address on each, so Day .A.M. P.M. A.M. P.1d. ",v,
wasnot reemployed year. :
t DECEMBER 25 Jim Booe Chapter No., 86 reg. thatt you receive first class 11 9:36: -0:00: 2:54 3:48
Anyone who desires to place .: .The School Board: does not ular meeting at 8 p. m. in the treatment in delivery and return 12 iO:3O: 10:54: 3:48': 4:42 '
\ a ,holiday greeting[. In' this Have a_ regular attorney. AtA Flagler Beach Municipal,Hall. to you in case where the ,13 11:24: 11:54. 4:48 5:36'r '.
special issue should call by' torney James Tucker servedas Plans will be completed for card is undeliverable. The '14 12:24: 1159; ,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.a.id, opthis' particular to Commander. 'WUkins. available.; '. : .. ; .. 16. .. 2:00: 2:24.: 8:06. 8:36:
greeting ads is 12 noon case: MAIL, EARLY, 17' '3:00: 3:24: 9:189:36. :
Monday,. December 22. "
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DECEMBER 11
TIIUHS.. 1969
2-TRE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
; 3Jflltu1rr wrtbutte
Entered aa second claaa matter -
iNconroHATED February: B. 1913. at the ;post- Western "CENTER 'cur'
nUNNISt.1. KL.OIUOA'T office at Bunnell. Florida, under Lean
.. ,Act of March 3. 1876. CHOI
?.:'JOHN" A. CLEGOEdltor
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,.. and Publisher Qe "II' 0..7 04o+w.N Pork Chops

BETTB S. MeDANIEL. 0.. Year .......M.. .....,.ss.ao
News Editor SIX Moat1..r.,..,.. eo
D..I.-.te4 ..__paper for an
'" I.e.-I: AdvertlslBK Outside....Flagler Per Year 0..t7 lb. 89 .

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EDITORIAL.

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO FLAGLER SERVICEMENTo

the many servicemen from Flakier .County we send ,
Christmas Greetings again this year. We send our greetings $ 09
ROUND STEAK lb1 {
early bedause we realize that you are representing: Flagler
County In the 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,'would r '. '
be over, by this peaceful: season of the year. But even though O. S. D. A.'Choice "BONED & ROLLED" .
you are the greatest servicemen In the*.x>ild and could win any
battle.assigned to you,we know that your. hands have been tied BOrrOMRQUNd I ROAST Ib 98'Or '
to a. stalemate: assignment. .

At'this Christmas season we want you to. know that edo RUMP
t .
appreciate what you are doing for your country.. We realize
the sacrifices you have had to make: left your homes and families Frosty Mfn; "SMOKED" SHOULDER ((6-8 Ib. SLICED FREE
interrupted your education, gave up your jobs or businesses -
and faced loneliness, disillusionment and even the dangers vgib. <
?
,of battle action,) PICNICS 5Lyke's
We know that some of you have been wounded in battle ,
and have been awarded some of the highest honors your govern.
ment can bestow. AU 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. "Sugar Creek" SLAB Lyke' "Sugar Creek" ALL MEATSMOKED
We apologize for the hippy element that terrorizes the country '
with dirty dress, uncouth beards.ravaging the country and BACON 'I FRANKS .
stealing and murdering. We apologize to you for the youth of lb. (Each 49c) 12 oz. $,,45
Amerada who squander their fufture with marijuana and drugs. : SLICED FREE 68'- 3 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 ((2-2V Ib. Vg.JIb. LIMIT 2 PLEASE

Cong sympathizers, for the American nag burners, and for the
filthy literature and movies that threaten to destroy our moral WHOLE
fibres.', .
We hope that you realize that this'is only a small part of .
America,and no pant of Flagler County.The real America is the
*
-%ilent majority" that does not make newspaper and television

.headlines.We hope. \that world peace can soon be achieved and you 1,CHOICE LEAN GROUND' BEEF 4lbs. $188]

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 '
Showboat: (Limit Please! ) _
,
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address each copy sent.to each serviceman each week. "

I 'Vfe: send 'jpreetiris3tot the: following servicemen' a.nd' to all PORK AND' /:,' ;;INS: ':a- ,No... 300.0' e CARNATION" .... ,, .
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others whose addresses not have been furnished
may us:
-. .JT-WT-r' ,
/ ::: Showboat (Limit 3 Please) EVAPORATED MILK
MAO Walter,Townsend,Apt: A5. 254 West Ocean View Norfolk ;

Va. :SPAGHETTI 14.oz. :XO0 6 Tall $100Cans :

Atari.' :Joseph D. Britt FR 2639O5874 437 Aerial Port Sq. Charleston .
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 45e
FPO E>an Francisco, Calif 96602. '
I Martha White (Plain or S. R.) ,
PFC Scott Wilder 263905856, 142 Military Police Co. APO San

Francisco'w""VSgt. Calif. 96259. FLOUR" 5 Bag 'Sge KRAFTORANGE

P.. R. Barrow Box M 1709, McCoy.AFB Florida 82812.
25 .
;: JUICE
Stuart Rockett, 839 9th Street, New Smyrna Florida. IIWRAP For
... Z 4ge
SP4 Thomas D. Herr 261826613, HUB 6th Bn. ,33rd Arty APO n r' HALF
San Francisco 96269. GALLON 59'FROZEN .

AMN Mike Missinne FR'263905858, Box 53....4 TRS (PPIF) APO MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
San Francisco 96237.. ,,- .

S/AE. E. Schatz 379-820, Washington Radio Station 7323 Tel. FOODS _
egraph Road, Alexandria, Va. 22310. lb.
I I '
Sgti Joseph L. Bruce 12885417, CMR 2361 Command Sq 2132, APO ..' Tin 59' Mrs.,Paul's 9 oz. Pkg.
San Francisco, Calif. 96323. Ea.
I Limit 1 -with $5.00, or more food oriel FISH STICKS 430
S/Sgt James II. Mlnchew Co B 51s, USASAFS. SOBE, APO San
Francisco 96331. Frosty Acres
24 bz. Pkg.
,AM Mike Tidwell Patrol Sqd. 23, FPO New York r N. Y. 09501.* FRESH PROPUCE FRENCHFRIES Ea. '37eLE.TTOE

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I SJf J. N, 'Tucker B-38-75-37, GM/A School Class 2619N S. S.' C. Large Heads' ; ; ,

NTC, Great Lakes, HI 60083. \ t .E" .

Pvt. Carol Fryman 263-86-0031, WAC Det. White Sands Missile 29C COLD
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POWERGiant
Range, New;,Mexico 88002. Juicy RedAPPLES",. .. .

AB Henry M.. Bowers, CMR No. 6 Sq. 3727 Fit 1719. Lackland'AFB '
\ 4 B'ab
Texas,78236. 49C Size 49',.

SP5 Randall S. Morris 262-66-9873 HQ''USARV ":(Ab-O) APO San. Ga. .Red 'SWEET .'*,
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... "\ '.: -
Francisco, Calif 96375. Ibs.
POTATOES 3 39 e Limit 1 with'$5.00, or more food order
Al/c :Johnny W. Scale,,CMR,Box .21237, 75th Combat' Supply Gp.
Bergstrom A. F. Base, Texas 78743. ,
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AMN: James M.. Akins FR. 266 88 3630. CMR Box 5723, Eglin AFB, .

Florida. 32542.. .fc .'
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Sgt. Robert McDaniel, Det 3, 32nd Air Dlv. Box 91, Key West
N. A. S., Florida 33040.

I RUfus J. Smith 16085 E. Mike; Wichita KanSas' 67230. ROOD RODGERS
. Ufl (I
sL Robert M.. Abbott CT2, P. O. Box,3118,,Florida dry Fla. 'mill

SP4 Rayfleld Gilyard 534003 Battery B 4th' Msc Bn 57th Arty mil II"1
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APO NeatYork 09177. ,

;b: Raymond E. Allison FA B.30 44.10. USS,Alacrity M SO.520, New OPEN SUNDAYS
8:00 a.m.-l'OO p.m. Phone 437-3227
I York, N.. Y. 09501.
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good U'SNo. -,* BUNNELL
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3-THE FLACLEH TRIBUNE THURS. DECEMBER II, 1969 FRIENDLY CIRCLE


.Harry E.. Kuleskl, SN,,. B* .4668.OC Division, DD846 VSS Oz- XMAS PARTYYLANNED CHURCH

bourn FPO. San Francisco, Calif. 96601. :
I ,
'U. Fat. Chappell.' 48 J Sec. Pol Sq. Box 69, APO 'New York ,1l.'Jl. .'. The Bunnell Methodist
\ .. HEWS
)9179. .. _,, ; '!
( .o '...I ... '.:. 4..'., Chj hdve rch-its annual Friendly Christma: Clrcle will dInner __
//SP 4 Charles Knox 261-02-7915-368th; Transportation Co. T S, December
Thursday,. 18 at
A. P. o.'Stan Francisco 96384.s i
'" : f .. 7 p. m. at the Bunnell Restau BIBLE CEREMONY FOR BRIDE ELECT \
I Sgt. Albert Decker, 1323Makikl* Street, Honolulu, ,+Hawaii 96814. rant. <: .

Sgt. Cyril M.: Slovak 266-66-7437, 1884 Comm. Sq.CMR:1' Box 2213 There will dessert be, 'a gift ex.
change and course af
San'Fran '*
APO lsco 93316. :'
: terward at the home of Mrs.

Robert.JVloody.,. HQUSARV, Ab DRO, APO San .Francisco, Calif.. Robert c6okiMagnolla'. ; Ave.,
96375, Bunnell. : 'tf': .,Mr' .

Pvt. Arthur Wilson 53706588, Co. D 2nd BN 5th Cav. 1st Air Cav
V Division, APO; San Francisco, Calif 96490. WSCS XMAS
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Bgt. Louis Kelly, 4801 O'Keefe St. Bassler dtyy La.71010. PARTY AT
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Sgt. Garry Watson, 'Hdq: 1st Bn. 333rd Arty FtBllss., Texas MRS. MERCERS .f Y

..N 79916. t |1.' .{( -, '*T, k Members' *?of* '-the- ..;.*Bunnell _I_: _

E7 Robert E. Anderson 14386477, C. Company, 326"" Med B 1: 101 WSCS met' at the home' 'of ,

st ABN Division, APO San Francisco 96383. Mrs. Frank Mercer last Wed..

,nesday morning: for.. their
Sgt. Freddie Walker,.Co. A. 2'Bnv36th t Jnf. APO' : Ne.v'Y rk N. 'Y. Christmas party and meeting. ,
09045. ii I Mrs.: Emma Masters assisted
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Sgt. Cferrard SIOV k/:1AiR: c, Key \Vest'N. .Al' S., Florida:. 33O40. the hostess. <*
A Christmas program was
Sgt. Robert L. Hosklns 14927014. 12th Security Police Sq. Box 318, presented'by.,Mrs*Buddy Taylor

SFC Donald.. Hoskins TUSLOG Det.. 4 APO. New York N. Y. Mrs. Leslie "Tucker and -' .. ,
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Mrs. Cordell Miss Cell Joyce Emery, December bride elect, Is shown during
",. 09133. ,, a 1 Mrs. Earle Wilier was 'presented White Bible ceremony given In her honor last Monday

?Pvt. bahlelTyiRaiterman! 264115268. Co. A 8thBn7, Schoo1"Bde,.Fort," a' r Flail r. County night by the YW A's' at the Bunnell First (Baptist Church. Mrs. I

Gordon/ Ga30905.",{[ ", -' .... *? ,.I 'o',!, .,society.Cookbook"The as. a gift enjoyed from the a Jack Hardin and Miss Mary Susan Brannam, Young WomensAuxiliary

AMN Vlcfor, Hall 12393 73'"'DeL 164th TAW (ALCE. ) Ft.: Camp gift exchange group counsclbrs, directed the traditional ceremony. : .i
bell Ky. 42223. "; .
". Holiday refreshments were /
AMN\ Jack: D. Abbott, Box 2649, Laughlln AFB, Texas 78840. served to fourteen members. BAPTIST CHRISTMAS DR., \.CLAPSADDLE. ''..,.tffl<0"',. ,

",,/ APO. San'Francisco. 96326.. *'" .... PARTY PLANNEDThe TO FILL PULPIT ,
r ,
/ AMN Alfred Tucker Jr. 909.1 Liklnl 'Hawaii CARD OF. 'THANKS AT ,FBUM ..CHURCH \ .
Place Honolulu first.. Baptist Church of
96818. \ We wish to expend ours' appreciation Bunnell will have a family Dr.. Gerald L. Clapsaddle,'

t> S5 John Waterman, Box 472 H. H. Co. VSASATR, Ft. Devers, Mass. to qvftr/many! friendsfor Christmas Party on: ''Wednes associate general secretary of
01433. their acts of kindness dur day, December 17ith at the recreation ,United Methodist 'Church Program
ing our recen|: ,!bereavement: In hall. A covered dish Council will fill the
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 Flagl'er! Beach,

York,-N..Y. 09843 For the beautiful flowers, special Christmas party. United Methodist Church Sun- "

S /Sgt. 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 11:00

Ft. Bennlng, Ga. 31905. s deeply grateful: tasked to bring a gift. Insteadof iam.
\ May God bless you In behalf exchanging gifts, they will
I SP4 James ErHarbert US67098126 2nd Plt. Co. A.114 Inf. 4th
of all) herfamilyrThe : be given to needy .youth in
Div., APO San Francisco.96355. Family ot' Flagler County.CHRISTIAN : .

I\.4 Lt. Tom A. .Kahlert, 115 Bagley Avenue, Hinesville, Ga. 31313 Mattle ,:A. Brooks.. '

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CHURCH SERVICES
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"He sent his word and fir
healed them, and delivered
1< them from their destructions". ..

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Science Lesson-Sermon titled

l "God the Preserver of. Man" to
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be read 'Sunday:, ."* cOne
of the passages to be a
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with Key to the Scriptures by
;;.r <' Mary Baker Eddy Is: ""The* I
history of'Christianity furn Dr. G. L. Clapsaddle '

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Khlf4 Abdo + Y : rtv 1 Dr. Clapsaddle Is a nativeof
[ supporting: influence and pro.
Ohio and received degrees
testing power bestowed on' from Taylor University and
4xrfi'QN4 man by his heavenly Father,
: ; Garrett Theological Seminary.He .
4 Mind who
gives
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faith and
man understanding of the Indianapolis District
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to defend himself,
whereby "
and General Secretary of
I2 not only from temptation, but Missionary Education of the.
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BEACH: METHODIST MEN Assembly of the National

.'", MEET" Council 0 f Churches and ,.
World Methodist Church.
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ler Beach held a supper meet.'
Ing'Monday night at the ,Rec. BEACH WSCS
reation Hall wifth thirty men XMAS PARTYDECEMBER t
in attendance. The supper was ,. '"
served by the ladles of the 11 ,
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ys ,.,w? ;ysxm .wwM=YAos .tt.2F: ner.n WSCS. Mrs. Clyde Duenslng, Jr.
.' The' speaker was Don Taylor will present a Christmas program
of Holly Hill who gavea .at the Flagler Beach
.1 : ; ; commentary on the Bible. WSCS annual Christmas party

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Sociology Department of JohnB. .r
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are
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Mrs.
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MR. AND MRS. DORSEY WAYNE FULLER SHOWER FETES 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., DECEMBER 11, 1969 \

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SURPRISE SHOWER.. FETES BRIDE ELECT.
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MissfMary' Pache' was hon. f
d+ 7r qx "JM ored at."a" bridal 'shower Fri.

day evening given by ,Mrs.
Lloyd Robertson and Mrs.
Cordell Robertson at the Lloyd
Robertson home at Blmlni.

Miss Pachc will become the .." i
bride of, Frank Hazen III, December "
5'" 20 at ,7 p. m.'The.ceremony ,
will /performed in the
Bunnell First United Metho-
dist Church. J'I

'The Robertson home was

accented with red and white
Christmas arrangements. Yule 'I
candles encircled with greenery ,
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terpiece for the serving table,
r overlaid with a- white lace'

cloth. Punch served from acrystai

tj bowl, and ,decorated
cake squares were served to
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'asurprise,
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. .

Cameron. _, Miss Emery left, is shown at the refreshment table with
'u">to By Ted I-IeJn
Miss Anna YWA hostesses Beth Matheifly, Becky 'Mercer, Janet Cook, Mary
Barbara Bross rand 'The bride.'.eacorted by her Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cowan .
Staff Susan Brannam, Mrs. Jack Hardln and Elaine Murray.: h'\
*Sergeant" Dorsey. brbtherMichael Bross,had as and children of Orlando were .. ..
Wayne fuller were married her only attendant, her sister, weekend ,houseguests of Mr. .f '"
Saturday, December! 6 at St.; Mrs,, James Purvis. and Mrs. +Cordell Robertson tBimini. lO >J.BOVRNE HOLIDAY DESSERT. 1.SV r.V
Augustine First Church'of .- ..
Britt Fuller brother of the ,
God. '
WEDDING: VOWSEXCHANGED PARTY, PLANNED /
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bridegroom, was best man. ,
The bride is the daughter of V.

Mrs. Mary Bross, Flagler The coupCe' is spending theirhoneymoon' VISITING, IN GEORGIAMrs. : ,. WOMAN'S, f' CLUB ..' ;,i
Beach, and the late Mr. Henry in Tennessee, Vir Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plans for the
Bross. ginia and Pennsylvania'. The S. H. Cameron is expected Harry are underway
The bridegroom is the
to arrive home Friday Moody are at home at Sixth FlaglerVoman's Club Christ-
bridegroom i is in the United
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard -
States Army.IDLEWOOD. after spending several days in Street, Flagler Beach, after *mas 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, Mc- Club members and Invited'
WELCOMES NEW CLUB Belle Cameron. Rae, Ga. .- guests are invited to the gala

Rev, Michael di Palma performed event at the clubhouse, 1524'S.
MEMBERSMrs. YULE PARTYSATURDAY the ,ceremony. Central Avenue, Flagler

Orville Decker and NITE TOUR ISLANDS The bride is the former Beach. A gift exchange will

Mrs. O. Padgett were initiatedas members an'd Attorney and Mrs. LelandB. Katherine Louise Bourne, follow A special musical pro:
Idlewood Club will be .
new members when the their Shaw recently returned daughter of, Mr..* and Mrs. Lee gram presented..
their husbands will have Hostesses Mrs. Vernon
Disabled American Veterans from a Carribean trip where Bourne, Flagler', Beach. Her are
annual Christmas party Sat. Haines, Mrs: Victor Buckles
Auxiliary met Monday night ; they toured the islands of husband is the son of Mrs. .
urday, December 13 at 8 p. m. and Mrs. Max Hall.
at Flagler Beach. Aruba and Curacao near Margaret Moody, Flagler
at the Ponce DeLeon Motor
South America. Beach and George M. ,
Club members Moody
voted donate
: to
Lodge Restaurant, St. Augustine -* Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester
$25 for the annual Flagler Beach. Stanton have returned to their
Christmas program at the The couple had as their'only
Mrs Louis Steflik, social SHARON'SMITH home In. Flagler Beach aftera
Lake City Veterans Hospital. attendants, the bride's brothin -
is in of six-weeks motor trip throughthe
charge
chairman, .res-
IS FOUR law and sister, Mr. and
It was announced several ervations. ., southwest and into Mex
members would travel 'to Mrs. 'Dan Frailey of McRae, ico where toured .
they a por.
1Mr 'Sharon Smith, daughter, of Ga. '
Umatilla December and Mrs., O. D. Robert- tion of 13 to SaturdaYi fts at theHarryAnna their'' Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith, Haw Mrs. :Moody -was ,graduated :
:sorfjifive, houseguestsJier2lsisiS Creek, celebrated her birthdaylast from Bunnell High School In
Crippled "Child-: ..= ;--Mr&i RUth Joyce, week at "patty-at her 1969 and vis presently att nd- GARDEN-'CLUB TO. ',
reh's Hospital.\:: U.. Miami. '
home. < Ing Dayton Beach Junior SPONSOR CHRISTMAS
Traditional ,birthday refresh College.I _
. HOUSING DIRECTORS GET-TOGETHErt AT SNEADS ments were 'served to 18 of The bridegroom was :graduated LIGHTING CONTEST'

Sharon's friends' and ,family. from Bunnell High Garden Club members' vot
members. rt 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 VISITORMrs. tends Daytona Beach Junior Beach when they met Wednesday

\ John .:Schmidtt, Caldwell College. in the Flagler Beach', '
N. J. has arrived to spend Municipal. Hall.
the winter, at the Flagler FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT New members, :Mrs. M.
t ea Beach Hotel. Craddock, Mrs. E. Allen and
3ro 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
A )Jf Charleston, S. C., visited ,in club's annual Christmas party

,CARD OF THANKS' Bunnell last week with for members and guests De

friends. .. cember' 18. .
May I take this method of
4 expressing my deep appreciation
xf S< -
for the ,many cards, visits
and flowerS I received dur gill $peciat .

ing my recent illness.
s -r Special thanks is extendedto 'til December 24th
the Doctors, Nurses and entire ,

Staff at Bunnell General 20% OFF ON ALL ,
Hospital for their kind
many
4w
Oysters; roasted or fried, were the pieces de resistance at an nesses and excellent care. RODS and I -REELS .

Informal supper Ed and Gay Snead gave Saturday night for the Your thoughtfulness will al. ,'
Flagler County Housing Authority (directors. The affair was at ways be remembered. ATLANTIC: HARDWARE & -

the hosts ,home on Snead's Island near High Bridge;, -
.Mrs"Bud Henry SUPPLY Inc.
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shrimp served by Ed Snead while Mrs. Snead looks on. Others PHONE 439-2303 MOODY BLVD' FLAGLER BEACH
pictured are 1 t'o ra H. V. Peavy: Mrs. Peavy, Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, COME, TO BUNNELL TO

Mrs. Eldon Knight and Mrs. Holden, seated. Others, attendingthe SHOP i
seafood feast were Eldon Knight, and Mr. and Mrs. Bo Me-
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XMAS TURKEY SENIOR CITIZENS About CLASSIFIED

SHOOTPLANNED BY CHRISTMAS ''PROGRAM Our Servicemen -

AMERICAN .
LEGIONPost DECEMBER 16

115 American Legionhas The Flagler Senior CitizensClub's FLORIDA CHAPTER __ ADS

set the date for Its annual 101st AIRBORNE
annual Christmas par- _
pre-Christmas turkey shoot. ty will be held at the Dec 16 DIVISION TO MEET r '"

'The fundraising event is set meeting liv. the clubroom in The Florida Sunshine Chap- TROPIC GARDENLet WANTED Companion ,for

for Sunday December 14 at the Municipal' Building, Flag- ter of the 101st Airborne DI- us help beautify Flagler sick lady not bedridden or

1:00 p. m. at White Eagle' In ler Beach. vision Association will meet County. Large variety of ever- helpless. No housework. Give

Korona. The party' will get underway December 13, 1969 In the Rob- greens, palms, hedge plants. age, references and salary.

Proceeds benefit the post's with 'a covered ,dish ert Meyer Hotel In Jackson 5% miles S of Bunnell on Write P. O. Box 158. Flagler t

oratorical contest, according luncheon starting at 12:30: ville, Florida. All membersand U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc Beach, Fla. 32036. Dec. 4, 2tc
to Commander Victor Buckles. The program ,,to follow will their guests of the 101st _

consist of a special Christmas A/B of World War II, Korea, SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain SINGER

BIRTHDAY DATA record to be played by Rev. and Vietnam, active'or inactive fields Installed: Rota-Roter (TOUCH AND SEW)

Happy birthday this week to: E. Lester Stanton. and a wom are cordially Invited to at- snail shelL Reasonable prices. (SEWING MACHINES)

Today: Ruth Shultz, Ben an's quartet from Flagler tend. Call George Jarosz. 437.3410 (7 ONLY) .
Savola. Beach Baptist Church who will The program will be a ban- 8-1-tf All are slant needle models

Friday: Gilbert Frank. .sing Christmas carols.: A ,freewill quet meeting with, the National and are fully equipped to'zigzag .
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President of the 101st A/B ANTIQUES WANTED _- Old
will be taken
Saturday: Jimmy Minton, offering make button holes
Division Association William furniture, clocks, glass, china
Tommy Landen, Jr., Michael the money received being us- fancy stitches. These
and.
ed to CARE S. Olsen, Madelria;Beach. Florida and guns. Call 4392317.
Sindelar, J.' D. Perritt. provide pack chines carry full :
12-11-TFC
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Monday: Kenneth Scott 'Anderson ages. and will be sold on first come,
Helen Kruger, Geoffrey Following a report by Rev. concerning the active and In- FOR SALE- first served basis for, only

Rundle, Billy Holly. Reynold Hoover, chairman ofa active men and their families Pink' Grapefruit, $3.00 bushel $39.95 each. Terms available.
will be discussed and actions
Tuesday: J. D. Sanders, committee appointed to In- White Grapefruit,$2.50 bushel They may be ,Inspected and

Melba Bembry, Herbert Allen. vestigate the desirablltity of taken.' Call Joe T. Bruce 439-2024 tested in warehouse at unclaimed -

Wednesday' : J. T. Ohm, Pet the club becoming a local OTie'hospitality room will,be Nov. 27. Dec. 4, 11, 3tp. freight, 527 Volusia,
er Dzloba. Henry Shill. chapter of the AARP (American open for. attending from 2 p. Daytona Beach, Mon. Fri. 9 .
Association of Retired m. to 7 p. m. chow time. The LOST-Small black and tan '
a. m. 6 p. m., Sat. 9 a. m. -
HOSPITAL NOTES Persons), the group voted to banquet chairman, D. C. "Red"Floyd female hound in Tomokaarea. :I p. m. Nov.: 27, Itc. -
become affiliated with; the Florida State Chapter .'ID tag reads Dave Slyer,

ADMIISSIONS: national organization. Details Vice President Jacksonville, ,Melbourne' Fa. Call 4373658. PIANO IN STORAGE

Karen Roe, Linda Atkinson, are' to be worked out later. urges all to make'their reservation Dec. 4 ltp. Beautiful spinet-console stored -
Donald Brock Louvada Math- _
Looking ahead to the new no later than Decem- locally. Reported like new.
is, Virgil SmIth James Sea- year the Club has planned a ber 12th by calling: 904. 396- FOR RENT-Furnished 1 bed-, Responsible party can takea

man, William Millican, Robert Washington's birthday partyfor 5087 after 5,p. m. room apartment. Ideal for big slaving on,low payment' I

Spratt John Hosford, Betsy February, also a lunch- (b-) couple or single man. Call balance. Write Joplin Piano,
Sousa Ruby Tillman.. Frank- 4392528. Dec. 4 ltc.
eon meeting at Morrison's BARROW PROMOTED Box 6096, Jacksonville, Fla.

lyn Burnham, Mattie McCart. ,Cafeteria in Orjnond Beach. Pat, Barrow, United States UNCLAIMED FREIGHT 32205. Dec. 11, Itp.
ney, Oreta Thorn, Lillar Riley,
There will be further an- Air Force was recently pro-
James Byrd, Earl Baggett, nouncements about these pro- moted to Staff Sergeant. He is '4 Deluxe solid state fully FOR RENT-Completely furnished
Karen HUH- & Baby Boy. transistorized ,stereophonichigh 3 bedroom home.. In-
to stationed ) AF Base
grams, according Publicity at McCoy; .
DISCHARGES: Chairman Walter Creal. Orlando. fidelity consoles in cludes drapes, TV, laundry .
Margaret Howell, Willie beautiful bland rubbed finish. equipment, etc. Garage and
Performing. at the Club'sDec. ,y
PROMOTED TO PFC X
Gilyard, Ruth Shattles, Char 2'evening meeting were Deluxe BSR 4' speed record large yard. Call'' Mary* Krart-

lotte 'Lutton, 'Minnie ,Poole, the Bitter Sweets, a local Marine Private First Class changer and 4 speaker audio ski 4373887.. Dec-11, TFC;
Lula Bradley, Roy D.ickson, Samuel J, Hope, Bunnell, was system. To be 'sold for 79.00
of, who played -
Jeptha{ Barber, Frances,Henry, group and teen-agers, rock and roll meritoriously promoted to each. Can be paid for month New Child's; Plastic Table with .

Christine Donahue, Armetha sang = .Private,First Class upon grad- ly. May be Inspected in ware 2 scoop chairs $9. O; metal ,

Durrance. William Millican, music. uation from recruit trainingat house at Unclaimed Freight, utility cabinet, 1 door $11.95; .

Betsy Sousa,Charles Donahue, the Marine Corps Recruit 527 Volusla, Daytona Mon. 2 door- $15.95. ,Jerr 's Furniture .

Ettie ,Hunter, Beatrice Nelson, ATTEND VFWCONFERENCE .Depot Parris Island\ S. C. thru Fri 9 a. m..''to 6 p. m.- Old Dixie Highway, near,

Mary Martel, Oreta Thorn, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Sat 9 a. m. to 1 p.m. ,Itc.I-J 5.) Tel 437.3752 Itc:

Linda :Atkinson. VFW Post 5213 CommanderJack .... NOTICES ion cubic miles of water,
Petit and QuartermasterT. The City of Bunnell legal advertisement If the Antarctic ice cap enough to feed the MississippiRiver

MRS. CARLE A. Jones were'in Miami last page nine"Request should read For :Bids"on melted at a uniform rate, it for more, than 50,000 I

HONORED 'ATFTU weekend to attend,the State of Seven Hundred Feet (700' of would produce about 6.5 mill. '*Y'
years.
CEREMONYMrs. Florida Veterans Foreign Wars Six-Inch (6") class ISO, 21 flash ------2.-:...
Cast Iron Pipeor
Mid Winter/ Conference at the< an equivalent: thereof including ..
Carle 111 N.
Ray Everglades Hotel.U. the ,following for the above '
Orange Street, Bunnell, was pipe' k: if. \
'Will- WONDERING .
S. Representative -- -
honoredby
among the students iam Cramer was the keynote LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT -
the FTU Community at the
speaker. REQUEST FOR BIDS IF THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO :. :
at
first Honors Convocation Notice is hereby given that ,
Florida Technological .University THANKSI the Board of County Commissioners REMOVED THE TAPE PLAYER FROM ", .
of Flagler County. Flori-
December 3. am sincerely grateful to da will receive sealed bids on orbefore BUNNELL GENERAL, HOSPITAL '1'

Studenlts who made the frriends and neighbors for hour of January 9:00: A ti., 1970 in the, at officeof the CHAPEL WILL ENJOY IT DURING y'.

Dean's List for three of four their many' prayers, visits, the Clerk of Circuit Court In THE HOLIDAYS. \ !'!
quarters at FTU were recog- calls and flowers I received ,for the Flagler County, Courthouse,

nized during 'ceremonies. In during my recent- stay in the The Installation of the electrical HOMER BENTLEY, '. .
order to make the Dean's List, equipment to light Runway .
hospital. 11-29 at Bunnell Airport, Flag- Administrative ,0 Iti. -
Wave/ been enrolled
students must These'expressions have been ler County. ; '
in twelve quarters of Specifications may be obtained Director ,'. ,
'deeply appreciated.Thomas at the office of the Clerk of J
classes and have made no Rees Circuit Court In the Courthouse. .
grade lower than a "B". Bunnell. Florida. \
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This bid may be on total Installation -
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ance underground of labor wire.needed to Install BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYMAN

The Board will furnish all ma- j
t WICKLINE BUILDING terials necessary for Installation. OR WOMAN
I Bids are to be marked "Bidon ,
".. Airport Installation" Reliable person from this area to .service and col- I

The reject Board any reserves or all....bids the. as rightto the needed automatic dispensers. No experience I

:SUPPLY Interests. of the County may require mm. we establish Accounts for you Car,.
: and to waive any Informalities
: In bids received. references and $985.00 to $1785.00 cash capital

NOW A DEALER OF 9th Dated day at of Bunnell.December Florida 1969. this necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent

I OTIS S. HUNTER Chairman monthly income. Full time more. For local interview -
Board ,of County Commissioners -
,Coated Drainage Pipe of Flagler County write include telephone number( Eagle In-

Asphalt .. ATTEST Florida.: dustries 4725 Excelsior: Blvd., St. Louis Park,
GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk
Minnesota 55416
Will be glad to quote prices on request' _Dec.: 11 and 18, 1969. 2tc.


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UNDER FICTITIOUS
- - - NAME LAW,
Notice is hereby given that'the REV. SiSTER HOPE
INSURANCE undersigned, under provisIons -
FLAGLER ,COUNTY of Chapter 20, 953, Laws of Spiritualist 'Reader &
> Florida. Acts of 1941, will register -
'" with the Clerk of the Circuit Advisor
Court In and for Flagler .
AGENCY. Inc. County. Florida upon receipt of NOW OPEN
proof<< of publication.jof this notice Sister Hope can and will
the following fictitiousname '
t to-wit help you with all your.
of InsuranceLIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS /
All Forms I 0 Yill1tCI'l.tCER problems. '
under which we are engaged In '
business at* Flagler Beach, ',,; Spirituals $... 00 With
Florida. 'That the parties Inter- Readings .& this ad
ested In said bualness. nterprlse,
Phone 437-3171 are as follows: 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. 2 Miles North of St. Augus.
Blvd. -:- ,
305 East Moody PATRICK E. PARKER
IRMA PARKER Open Doily tine on U. S. Hwy. 1 -;
32010FLAGLER
.Bunnell, ,Florida EDWARD A. MATSON and
JANE GREGORY Sunday Phone 829.2936
and that the undersigned are
the only persons Interested In I
said business.
Dated at Bunnell. Flagler ".
County, Florida December 2.

\ 1989. PATRICK E'' PARKER BABBITT'S PLUMBING ,:r
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Dec. 4, 11. 18. 25 4tc. :
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NOTICE' Repairs Sales }
Avenue
: 150O S. Daytona Notice Is hereby given that on Pump Sales Service f'
4 ... '' the 16th day of December, A. D. .
P. M In the office Residential Commercial Contracting
1989. at 7:30 -
A t ,, ..Flagler'BeachTelephone ; '" of the City Clerk of' Bunnell. .
\ .. the City Commissionwill hear Residence Phone: 439-2098-12-1 p. m. ..:
comment and opinions on rezoning \
: T..J Miller', Owner. Block 83 Lots 7 and 8. 7-8 a.tm. \:'' ,
.: .: ..439-2169 "q from Residence A.'.to Business B. t, ...' > .

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,\, They have sold us the idea "'
1: CUSTOM KITCHENS
(that PUL
ty ties. Still our educators arescreaming' unless a youngster goes
to college he will turn out a'
\ Too Late for more and more total' loss with no hope for the FOR '
money for more school construction PLAN AHEAD .
I higher teachers sal- future. j ',.. .,
I To aries and other mounting educational -t History of this country disputes CHRISTMASLET '
Classify costs. this reasoning. Our par- \ ; .

By Russell Kay While I recognize the im ents and grandparents educational did advan-not US HELP YOU PLAN FOR
enjoy such
portance of education. it Gun Racks :: 'Built in Kitchens .
'I. have Just been reading seems to me in the face of the tages as we are told are nec- ( I
\ State Comptroller Fred O. above figures we have gone essary today. Bookcases :: Built In Furniture .1,'.'
y (Bud). Dickinson's report on stark staring mad on the sub Still the country has progressed Vanities :: Breakfast Bars

state income and expenditures and accomplished No order too small (minimum $4)) .
and was amazed to note the ject.The get- more than any other countryon
question- are we
and by Laminated Plastics :: Upholstery Fronts
guided
amount spent on education ting our money's worth for the earth led
compared with all other ex men and women who at today's -
tremendous sums we are
penditures of state govern- spending on education? Is the 'values shoQld have FREE ESTIMATESEvening
= snent. been ignorant bums. Many of
investment really'worth while
It appears' that we are when we make it at the, expense them did''' not even finish high Planning Arranged:
spending 75 per cent 01.our of numerous other school: Few enjoyed the advanta.ges 107 Bay St. Day 437-3513 Night 437-3928
of college education ,
income on education while needs that are crying for ourat5tention a
we,only spend 4V4 per cent on ? t ,, but1! they,were dong on In- .
7V6 cent on genuity and common sense.
welfare.
per educatorsand
', health 1 ;. 4V4 per cent on gen- Over the the intelligentsia years have' They learned eariiy in life to
and 8% take dare of'themselves meet
eral government per
sold us on the idea that an
their problems head on, exer HOME
cent on oil 'other state activi- education is Just about the CRAIG FUNERAL
: else sensible judgement and -
solve them with God given Intelligence ..
IL"C1IAIC. Funeral Director

They were disciplined by JOHN CAPO: Manage :
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BINGO 8:00 P. MFLAGLER their''parents, taught to work, OXYGEN.
AIR |
respect authority' and assume LADY
responsibility. They learned; CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I AmNDANT I .EQUIPPED
BEACH RECREATION HALL
trades, found ways to do .' ,. AMBULANCES
SPONSORED BY- things better and used' their'

Disabled American Veterans brains to 'advance and improve Phone ID 7-3532.
their situation unconcerned -
'over' their so 'called 201 E., MOODY-BLVD. 'BUNNELL FLORIDA
/ TONIGHT (Thursday) rights.

If' everybody in this coun-
FREE REFRESHMENTSJim
educated and
try was college
Booe Chapter No. 86 went out to face the world

NO MINORS ALLOWED seeking,. a._ top slot, demand-
ing that the world ,recognizetheir
educational advantages, :: after you'see
refusing to consider anything.
but a high salaried, job withan your doctor. .

executive title as they
ON TIMECERTIFICATES shake a college degree In the bring yourprescrjption ,i
5% face of their employer where
toProfessional
would we wind upt,,
With our college students

VOLUCUi MINIMUM $3.oo0-s0 DAYS leading protest marches our cA- ,
COUNTY professors urging them on
NATIONAL RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY and ,.,'government "voting '
i more and more money'for education -
,! BANK Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Gl'cmada1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrIIlIII' ,'isn't it about time we -- BJclg.F .
stopped to count our change
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-THE FLAGLEH: TRIBUNE r

THURS.. DECEMBER 11. 1969 Dated this 2ht day of November FLAGLER BEACH
.LEGAL A.DVEUTUEMFNT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 1969. ;.>.'
agent MARIETTA B. MISSINNE.As .
responsible l .
[ for the above HONOR ROLL FOR '
r Administratrix of the .
collection '
NOTICE TO shall be IN TtlK CIRCUIT COURT 7th ,
IIII> bonded by a Estate! ofCHARLES r. "''''' /
JimiCIAI' CIRCUIT IN ANU '

THIS IS TO NOTIFY all Interested roll Relltfturant.taThe Bonding*'* "hall keep the FOR KLAOLKR COUNTY, a/k/a. C. J.3. MI8SINNB. SECOND SIX .WEEKSPrincipal' l f ,;.
FLORIDA ;
parties that the on the lea.ed MIS81NNEh
t. Flagler Beach, Fla.lfler City County of ISM open at a" reasonable times CASE NO. 823 E a/k/a.MISSINNEDeceased. Honor Roll All A's
Florida, will receive nJii3pepat LLIAM N. MERRITT.
In writing for leasing sealed the Municipal ". a< 1e'I: { ; \ Plaintiff Richard A. Schwartz. Lisa Thomas, 4th" grade,
manner I
Pier House on December seven (7) days a, week. vs.MAT 200 South Ridgewood Avenue Laura McGee 5th grade.
JOHNNIE MERRITT ,
18, 1969, at the hour
of 7:30: () p Ituri, Defendant Daytona, Beach. Florida
M.. at the City flxtuinventoryequlpm' nt Attorney for Administratrix A caul B Honor Roll ,*
presently NOTH7U Of SUIT
'
Room City Hall.Flagler on the leased -
Beach to be premises JOHNNIE MAY Nov. 27, Dec. 4. 11. 18.4tc
Florida. leased TOo MEHRITT.
the following be. to<< the Lessee may Heather Beveridge, 4th
Residence unknown
terms: specifications and conditions City obVlnd ofnwKlaler at Beach.the City Florida.Hall Last known address; 622V& + LEGAL VAUVERTISKB1KNT' grade; Candace Clay, 5th

1. The yearly lease amount right 13. t"fh Lessor reserves the Beach Model Florida'Street, Daytona IN TUB N COUNTY JUDGE'S grade; Vicki Davis 5th grade;
will be predicated upon; reject any and a" bids COURT IN AND FOIL FLAG-
leasing Thomas 5th
grade
submitted 'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Doug ; ;
the entire Municipal by any Bidder at the
Pier| building LEn COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
Including: Restaurant Tackle above date and time. FIED has that been a Complaint filed for Divorce PROIIATH 890 Sfeve Watson, 5th grade; .:

Shop fixtures equipment furniture and CLERK HELEN CITY C. NOLTE OF ,FLAG-CITY In the above styledCourt against, and you IN RE ESTATE OFKATHERINE John Ashley 6th grade; MIch-

If premises.presently. located on the Jamee It. Tucker FLORIDA. you are requested of and directedto also known as I. Catherine O'RYAN. ael Cannon, 6th grade; Sue
serve a copy your Answeror
$1 \. hall 2. The be for terms of the lease City Attorney I other written defense to said I. O'Ryan Dunson, 6th grade; Austie
f a period of five (5) P. O. Box 398 Complaint upon JAMES H. deceased > '
Durrance 6th grade.
years commencing the 6th day Bunnell. Florida TUCKER Attorney for Plaintiff, NOTICK3 OF' FINAL REPORTI ,
1 of January. 1970. the Lessee! to 32010 at Post office :Box 398. I AND APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE -
Bunnell
pay the lilt and last Nov. 27, Dec. 4, 11, .3 to _' _.J"
months Florida, and to file the originalthereof
rental In advance and the with the Clerk All e hereby notified ;
rent of the .
oensuJr ROLLBUNNELL l .
HONOR _
.
for each and every month thereafter LEGAL: ADVERTISEMENT Circuit Court In and for Flagler that as ancillary ,
In advance. executor of said estate.
County. Flagler County
3. The bidder shall r'n has completed the administration ;
Courthouse
specify IN Florida,
In the COUNTY JUDGE'SS COURT on thereof and has filed In said
alternative f
whether before the 22nd day \
or or of December
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FLAGLER
I not the bidder desires Air Conditioning COUNTY, FL.OHITM 1969. Court his final report and appli- ELEMENTARY No. 2
to be cation for discharge. Objections .
Installed ,
by the PHONATE No. 034 If you fall to do so. Judgment '
City of Flagler thereto If any. should be duly ,
Beach
Florida IN RE by Default Will be taken and .
: Estate of
, said Air Conditioning to be FRANK entered against, :you for the relief filed. After filing proof of publication Second Six Weeks
maintained by the Lessee, BREDE. prayed In said Complaint.Done showing this notice has :
or
Deceased.
Honor Roll :
whether the bidder desires to and Ordered(at Bunnell. been published once a week for Principal'*
i, lease the premises without Air TO NOTICE! TO CREDITORS Flagler County.' Florida, this four <.) consecutive weeks, the
,
ALL PERSONS HAVING (All A's)
matter will before the h
come '
I Conditioning, and the monthly CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 18th day of November 1969.
rental should be adjusted to re' AGAINST SAID ESTATE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Court. Grades 4-6 ."
: First publication on December
fleet If Air
Conditioning Is desired You and each of you are here- COURT Charlie Bass /;
4. .
or not.
by notified and By: Kathryn L. Emery 1969.FORREST .
*. The Flagler Beach: MunicI any claims and required demands to which file Deputy Clerk. J. IRWIN Valmarie Dudley .: *.,
As Executor
Ancillary
ipal I Pier House Seal '
shall be ( )
used by you or e -
the Lessee rJr ia you may have Claude G. Varn .Johnnie ,Mae Hyman.
ns a Restaurant against In Nov.' 20, 27 Dec. 4, 11 4tc. .<
the of- Post Office Box 374 '
Sporting Equipment Shop and flee of Hon. T. K.' McKNIOHT. St. Augustine. Florida Debbie J"ones' i 7
Vendors Shop and for no other County Judge of Fla :> !r*, :'
County Attorney for Ancillary ExecutorDec. Valarie;McCall
purposes or uses Court;
whatsoever. at his office In the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
House f, 11. 18. 25. 4tc. .
No alcoholic MoCall *' I
In Vanessa
shs:1l:: beverages}, Bunnell. Florida, within six ,
be served or dispensed calendar months .
from the time
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTREQUEST Cyretha Mitchell i *
the leased IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S 1'
premises at any time, of the first publication of this
with the exception of special notice. Each claim or demand COURT. IN AND FOR FLAG- FOR BIDS Sharon Mitchell .{ '".
parties or banquets In the ban- must be in writing and contain X.KR. COUNTY,n,rFl.ORIDA. IN MB- Honor :Roll ':
( RO1IATKNO. Sealed bids will be receivedIn v
quet hall at which time alcoholic the place of residence '
and "
post 033 the office of the City Clerk, of
beverages: may be served. office address of the Grades 4-6 :
claimant
. 6. That the lessee is to lease and must be IN RE: ESTATE OF the City of Bunnell. Florida In I ; 4
sworn to the
all 1 fixtures and equip claimant, his by CHARLES J. MISSINNE. the Civic Center Building, on or Grady Babbs, Jr. i
agent
.!furniture leased premises.and or the same shall be or void.attorney. a/k/a C. J. MISSINNE. before 4:30 P. M.' on the 15th Robert Brinson .J i
a/k/a CHARLES JOHN MISSIN- day of A. D. 1969 for
hall be responsible for< the ROBERT F. MARSHALL December. It'
maintenance of said furniture ,. As Executor of said Estate NE. Deceased. the following: BrendaBurnham
fixtures and normal First NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 'Seven Hundred Feet (700') of :
equipment, publication: 20 Nov. 1969. Evelyn Byrd
wear. ahd tear excepted. I. 7. The lease shall be non- LELAND B. SHAW having claims ior demandsagainst Iron Pipe or an equivalent thereof Barbara Clark ;
assignable, and there shall be P. O. Box 296 said estate: including the" following forthe Bobbie Edwards :
no sub-letting or alterationsor Bunnell Florida 32010 You. and each of you, are here- above pipe: ;, "
any by notified and required to Three (3) Six-Inch (6") valves. Earnestlne Fabin
additions thereto without the Nov. 20, 27. Dec. 4, 11. 4tc. present .
claims and demands Three (3) Fire Plugs. Two-
written consent of the any Annette Ford. ,
,
o 8. The Lessee shall Lessor.be which you, or elt er of you may Foot Bury with. .Six-Inch (6") ..
responsible :
have the S Sheila Gilyard 't
for all LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT against estate of Four ; : .
charges for Six-Inch
CHARLES J. MISSINNE. a/k/a (4) Ells. Jackson \ .
public utilities Angela
supplied to or C. J. MISSINNE.a/k/a CHARLES One (1) Six-Inch Cross. '
used on the leased premises. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Sharlene Jackson :; .
JOHN MISSINNE/ deceased, late Three (3) Six-Inch Plugs. I
9. That the Lessee shall pro- NAME LAW ,. t
of Flagler County. Florida, to Two Clarence Johnson '
cure public liability Insurance Notice is hereby given that Judge of Flagler (2) Six-Inch Tees. .
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covering the leased premises in the undersigned, desiring to engage h tnFuantttl: office in the County :: Price quoted must be FOB Faye Johnson 1. ; ':.. .
sufficient amount to save harmless In business under the fictitious ; Courthouse in Bunnell. Flag- Bunnell by motor vehicle car Gwendolyn Jones .' '
c
the Lessor from any and allinjuries. name of ler County Florida" within six rier.: Bid should specify delivery .' ,
,
claims, accidents or DR PEPPER BOTTLING COM- months from the: date of first date. Rhonda Jones .. ; .;,.
causes of action arising out of PANY OF DAYTONA BEACH publication of this notice. The City Commissioners reserve Gloria McCaskell "
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the use of the leased premisesby LAKELAND AND MELBOURNE. Each claim or demand must the right to reject any and '. ." -
the Lessee or any person using FLORIDAat be writing and must state the all bids and to accept the bid Jimmie Lee Melvin s. ,
said premises or any prop- 2841 S. Division Street Or' place of residence and postofnce that in Its Judgment will be in ._ Deborah Moses r 4 :
erty damaged thereon lando. Florida, intends to reg- address of the claimant and must the best interest of the City of .
10. The Lessee shall be required ister the said name with the be sworn to by the claimant,''his Bunnell.; Florida. Sandra Nelson -: ', t ..
at their own cost and expense Clerk of Circuit Court of Flag- agent, or his attorney, or it will Witness my hand and official William Skipper .I ; 'I<.\
to collect all admissions ler County. be barred according to law. seal this 2nd day of December, '. .
to the Municipal Pier In cash Dated at Miami. Florida, this Each creditor shall deliver A. D. 1969. Maxine Tape ;u=
and to turn over and account 18th day) of November 1969. sufficient C I his claim to Pelllcer Mayor Rosa TapeReginald ...
for same to the City Clerk, the NATIONAL BEVERAGES enable the County:: Judge to mall Bunnell, Florida .
gross amount collected each.day INC. one to each personal represen ATTEST:" Williams .
r and the Lessee or his or its Nov; 27. Dec. 4. 11. 18, 4tc tative. A 'fiSfSt J, /Barbara C. McCabe Sandra Windows'
City Clerk Dec. 4. 11, 2tc.- ,

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BETTE McDANIEX.Flagler
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near Marker' 86 Saturday boat. FLORIDA
Beach Pier ed 141 bass. (I think that Is
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ChftigtLMagi off due to the
Pier fishing Is
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the few days. The only
0I flsh past being. caught are James Craig, Bunnell, ,According: to a newsletter 11
really caught 10 trout and 2 bass from the office of Commission. /
whiting, and they have been
Vet. Saturday. 'Another local fish. er,of Education; only six counties -
I running reasonably large.
:f erman, N a g i Abraham, in Florida' have been approved ,
", ; CLAXTON FRUIT CAKES tl eran angler Ed Thurlow, Flag- brought, in 6 trout Saturday. by HEW in .Washington r. '
,' ler Beach,.caught 25 nice ones
: : 1% ,to 2H as, being in full compliance :,:
Saturday,weighing '
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with, the Civil'' Rights ,:1
1 pound, WICKLINE ATTENDS ',

\: : J GEORGIA PECANS / A few 'channel bass have WATERSHED HEARING Act.Four counties (Including

also ben' caught, accordingto Flagler;), have had funds ,cut ;
pier manager Cecil West County Commissioner off by HKW and 16 counties I"j
brook: George Wickline attended the are operating under court or ::
BATTERY OPERATED TOYS :r'J ,(-o.) hearing on the Black Branch der.'The remainder are in the ;"-

)'1. ..,. *Surf Fishing Watershed at, the meeting of process of completing integration P;I
the State Soli and Water Con. :1
Several' catches' of whiting, ,servation Board In Tallahas.- ; requJrem Dts./ < ; :;
: bass and.'drum Wave been'reported ,"I ,
see Monday.,
from CORPORATION I
taken the surf' the
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pasty k. CHARTERED IN .'r' : :I
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(r 1 (.0.) local delegate at the hearing, .. ,
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Blng's Fish Camp presented some pictures '

i? AUTO SERVICE AND REPAIRS i of the flooding., The Secretaryof State Tom ;:,
ti The Intracoastal 'waterway State Board voted to ,proceed ,,Adams announced today the 1.1::
is still the favored spot in the with the study of,the water. '
'chartering of the following l.
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county. Fishing is still good shed. ,
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corporation: '
: and exceptionally'large Golden Tank' Lines, Inc. 700 ''t'-C
Saxon Shell Service catches of bass and trout are TO BUSINESS MEET
; being East, Moody Boulevard, Bun. ,,
caught.
A regular/ at Sing's Ell Ed. Curtis Rodgers, Bunnell. at., nell, Florida.. Auth.' stock: 100 j
shares of 'of no'par val.'
tended a Bestllne Products com
i{ I Telephone 437-38OO State Road 100 & 1-95 wards Don Zell of, also,', Jacksonville of Jacksonville, and',, sales meeting in Jacksonville ue. Filed )JTov.25,1969. dealing '
I in: Tank lines, etc. Incorporators 'I
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using shrimp fishing ,'
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Miller, both' of Bunnell, P. J. :
f ('; .. '1" ; =. Monaghan, Daytona Beach, ;
\ and J. H Tucker, Btrn.n. ll. .
Filed by James' H. Tucker .
Post Office Box 398, Bunnell.

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Mr. and Mrs. Z. G.''Holland,
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; MAVERICK. : City, last week to attend the I
21st annual meeting of the '
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f" ;'f .' President Raymon Tucker
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'" presidents, representing the
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ganizations which, comprisethe
t. !' Federation, who dumped
"?J ;;' buckets of dirt from their
counties
home into a flower
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