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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1965
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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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!kk VOLUME 53-, NO. 48 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR

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Bunnell.Proposes AIR FORCE OFFERS ,Contract Let For CUB SCOUT PACK Funeral Services

,I SPECIAL PROGRAM
TO HEAR GEORGE
'Water PlantImprovements .Construction Of Held WednesdayFor
TO EXSERVICEMENThe WICKLINE TONIGHTThe

" United States Air Force is New Bank Bldg.The Cub Scout Pack meeting Betty Coleman

I Ed. Note.-This U the fourth of asides offering program for a special ex-servicemen.enlistment The McCall Construction Company tonight Commissioner(Thursday) County Funeral services were held

of articles perpared by the of Lakeland has been George Wickllne
for Mrs. Coleman
ex-serviceman knows and understands will talk on "A Look Behind the Wednesday Betty
engineering firm the city proposes awarded the contract for con
benefits of Waldo who killed
the value and Iron Curtain". Mr. Wickline was
to employ to design and of serving In one of the arm struction the new buildingfor returned from tour with recently Sunday morning in a two car
a
treatment the Citizens Bank of Bun.
install a water softening ed forces. other crash near Palatka. She was the
t county officers of the state
plant here Due to the current world situation nell. The new location of the In wife of Walter Coleman of Wal

There are two items of Importance 1 i I the United States Air bank will be on Moody Boulevard This Europe.will be a Pack do and Seville, and the daughterof
meeting
next week and Pine Street north to Mr. 'sand Mrs. Jack Abbott of
coming up Force has an urgent requirementfor with the parents of Scouts and
that should be on the minds, men with such experience for Lambert will Avenue.also extend The parkingarea along the public Is invited to attend Flagler Beach.

and calendars, of all Bunnell positions of genuine Importance. ,the meeting, Shelton Brooks said She attended the Bunnell
Lambert to Cherry street with a ,
citizens. On Monday evening at Ex-servicemen, veterans of the today. High School and was a memberof
7:30, there will be an open meet. Air Force, Army Navy, Marine 100 feet facing on. Cherry. the graduating class of 1961.

ing at City Hall for the purposeof Corps or Coast Guard, now havean The new building will have She was a former resident of
all modern banking facilities Rev. Tom
new Pinner
discussion, questions and an opportunity to Invest their Flagler Beach. She was 22 years
drive In window and
night
,
ewers about the proposed water military experience in a mean- or age. Following her marriage
r treatment plant. Then on Tues ingful future, as' members of the depository, directors room, em Accepts Call To In 1961 she resided in Seville
ployees lounge, and large park.
there will be an unofficial and In Waldo.
day, United States Air Force. more recently
,. election to.determine If, the voters No Industry is growing faster Creal Ing area said, Bank today.President. Charles. North MiamiRev. The body rested at the Community

want to have the water treat than America's aerospace activity Memorial Church in
The new building including Thomas Pinner Jr.
,
", ment plant. Both items are of If the veteran has certain pastorof Flagler Beach from 11 a. m.
new fixtures, interior decorating the First Baptist Church of
,
... Importance and should receive I' technical specialties needed by Wednesday until noon. Funeral
parking area and all will cost Bunnell, announced his resignation
i the attention of each voter. the Air Force he may have the service was held from the Trinity
about $123,000.00 it was stated. Sunday to accept a call
f The election will be a straw opportunity to share in this Methodist Church of Sevilleat
The contractor has a 120 work- from a North Miami Church. .
ballot In the following form: growth. 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
ing day contract to complete Rev. Pinner has served the
MARK A CROSS (eX) MARK AT Veterans who qualify will be the building. local with Rev. John T. Pennine-
church as pastor since 1958.
ton and Rev. Lowell Shaw offi
THE RIGHT FOR WATER informed of his new rank priorto
The Bank was organized in He said he expects to move to ciating. Burial followed in the
TREATMENT PLANT OR signing All of his prior
up. 1938 and has been housed In the his new location to begin his Seville Cemetery.She .
TIlE WATER service history and qualifica
AGAINST
old building formerly occupiedby duties the first of the year. Is survived by her husband .
TREATMENT PLANT. tions will be considered. Many
t the old Bunnell State Bank.
Walter Coleman and two
able to Join the Air
For WaterTreatment men are
Mr. Creal said they receivedsix sons, Walter 3rd, and Matthew,
the rank
they
I Force at same
Plant '-- GIRLS BASKETBALLTEAM
bids for the construction of
all of Waldo her Mr.
Against WaterTreatment held at the time of discharge. I OPENS SEASON ; parents
the building. and Mrs. Jack Abbott of Flag.
Plant See Sergeant Richard Maves FRIDAY NIGHT
ler Beach; 1 sister, Sandra Abbott
at 221 Bay Street Daytona Beach Bunnell High School Girls
t The readers are urged to reread ; four brothers, Robert Ab-
for further Information on how ATTEND 40 & 8 Basketball team will open its
the first three articles bott, Jack Abbott Jr., Dale Ab
I be able to take advan 19G5 -66 with Ocala Friday .
you may season
which have appeared in this MEETING IN LAKE bott and Michael Abbott tage of this program by prior night at the Bunnell gyrru
These articles contain FlaKier Beach.wMr..Colctnansndhiatwu.son.ss.
newspaper.
servicemen. HELEN FRIDAY Came time 1s 7:30.
-, :
detailed information about ... .. .. ... '' .. - _. : l '. .
t .,., .. ..J ....- .. Steve and :
',quality-d tmr present-water Cyzyckl) L. L Bran were seriously Injured In the
EDWARD L
the quality of water that will be nam attended a meeting of the JENKINS wreck and are In the Putnam 11

had if the treatment plant is Senior CitizensTo 40 A 8 Volture of Volusla and NEW PAROLE OFFICER Memorial Hospital for treatment.

constructed, the benefits that Flagler counties held In Lake Another passenger In the car, ,
will be ours from treated water, View Film On Helen Friday night Edward L. Jenkins has been Donald Slmms of Hawthorne,

th costs to build and operate the During the business session named to serve St. Johns and was also killed In the wreck. ..+, .

plant and how the Improvements ServiceThe they heard reports of the two Flagler Counties as the Parole The driver of the other car In.

are to be financed. If you Nursing nursing students who are In Officer for the Florida Probationand volved was booked In the Putnam '1

have any question or wish tospeak first meeting In Decemberfor training at the Daytona Beach Parole Commission.Mr. County Jail, charged with

your mind about the Issue the Flagler Citizens Club will Junior College school of nursing. Jenkins Is a 1962 graduate driving on the wrong side of the

be sure to be at City Hall be held next Tuesday eveningat Two other applications were accepted of the University of Florida road.

next Monday, at 7:30 p. m. A the Munldpal Building., Flag and tabled for future and came to Florida In 1933

representative of the City's con let Beach. A film on nursing openings In the program. A from New Castle, Pa. lie has

suIting engineers will be presentto service will be shown and there project of the Volture is sponsoring been employed by the Commission Basketball Team

answer technical questionsand will also be a discussion of facilities scholarships In nursing.The since 1962 serving In, the

your commissioners will be available to ,Flaglrr January meeting will be Bradenton office.STENOSCRIPT. Opens Season

'present to answer the other County residents from the Flag held In Bunnell.

questions you may have. her County Health Department Friday NightThe
The present City water systemwas Club Chairman Lynn Clary reported STATE PARK SEEKS COURSE

built In 1927. The system, that 36 persons were present UNEMPLOYED YOUTHSThe Bunnell Round Bailers
wells, pumps storage tanks for the Impromptu Thanksgiving Florida Board of Park OFFERED TO ADULTSThe open their season Friday December

and distribution pipelines have dinner at the clubroom Service Is looking for five young Board of Public Instruc 3 when they meet Florida

served well and will continue to which was arranged by some of men 16 to 21 years of age, who lion of Flagler County is offerIng Military basketball team. Coach

be used. Excepting for normal the members including Mrs. have been dropped out of school a stenoscript ABC Short. Jack Hardln banks on desire and

maintenance and necessary distribution Mildred Sergeant and Mrs. Kay six months or more, and who hanr course ,to adults of Flagler team work for a successful sea.

system expansion Swayze. as a service to those are unemployed Gilbert Becker, County. son.The I
there hu been no change in the who might otherwise have had .I Park Sup for Washington Oaks The organization meeting will Bunnell basketball team ;

past 38 years. In that period of to dine alone. Gardens, said. be held In the Bunnell School Is smaller and has less experience I

38 years the technology of water There will be a potluck supper Mr. Becker said the work will Cafeteria at 7:30 December 4. In. than last year's team but ,

treatment has improved with starting at 6:00 p. m. Membersare be in the Washington Oaks Gardens traction wit begin In January.The It shows a lot of spark and hustle. I

great stride Now that It 1s asked to bring their own and they will be paid 11.23 course is given under the They I lost five boys thru i

practical and feasible to treat table service. Coffee will be per hour, for a thirty two hour Adult Education Department of graduation from last season

poor quality water most Americans furnished week. They will also be expect the Daytona Beach Junior Co- Walter Townsend Elbert Tucker

haw become accustomedto I ed to receive six hours adult education lege. The Instructor will be Mrs. Butch Anderson, Johnny

good quality water and now I II during the week. Arrangements William H. Nixon. Seale, and Arthur Ford.

I demand It. Accordingly, most BAND PARENTS will be made by the Those desiring credit for High Following are the boys who
progressive cities have water of I State Employment office. Anyone School diploma will be given have made the Varsity team this. \I IE1wnbach.

good quality. Bunnell now ,has I MEET TONIGHTThe Interested may contact Mr. credit year Martin Tucker, Benton
Becker, Park iJ7- Stuart Rockett, Stanford .
poor water quality and U we are Bunnell School Band Parents Supt phone
to grow and progress we will in the 2461. They may call at the park Robertson Jack Knight
will meet tonight
have to have good water. Good I from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. ATTENDS Walton Cowart. Glenn Miller,
8 o'clock. The FLORIDAFSU
Band room at Dan Cody Ray Kmtz Jim Harp
Is must "
quality water definitely
I
President Margaret Taylor will GAME IN
and Marvin
ale er Henry.
U we to attract Industry and
business. Moreover, because It preside.All FLAGLER CATTLEMENWILL GAINESVILLEAmong See the 19C3-M basketball
members of the Band Parents
those attending the schedule appearing on page &
"i will be of economic benefit to
ar urged to attend. I MEET DEC 9th
everyone, the City cannot afford University Florida vs. Florida

ot wait any longer to have treat your vote will be needed. IF yare The Flagler County Cattlemenwill State University football gameIn WINTER'S FIRST BLOWThe
ed water. We want and need not "for' the Improvementat meet on December 9 at 8 Gainesville Saturday were'

iron-free solft water. this time we feel that you o'clock p. m. County Agent Don Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crews. Mr. first cold snap of the season .

AU voters are urged to get out are not fully aware of the benefits Jordan said today. and Mrs. Coy Harris, Mr. and came In Wednesday morning .

and vote on Tuesday December that will result and you The meeting will be held In Mrs. Dave Ferryman. Mr. and with varying temperatures .. ,
7th. U you are for having the should talk with your Commissioner the County Commissioner' room Mrs. Dale Brown Mr. and Mrs. In the county. In the Blmlnl area .

treatment plant and It appears and attend Monday's at the Courthouse. Walter Morris, Mr, and M.... the official reading was a- low

that many are, do not take for meeting. You should be aware Lewis Wadsworth. Dr. John M.Canakaris of 33 and a heavy frost.

granted enough of your neighbors that a vote ""against" a vote There are some 30,000 different Mr. and Mrs. Louis' Korona In lowland was 26%.

will Mate for" the Improvement for no progress. Other way be plants In the U.&, a sixth Su-nik. and Mr. and Mrs. Do I Flagler Beach 38.

to swing the election sure to vote. grow In California. ManueL Bunnell 33 and 33 rtporWd..w. .




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PAGE TWO i-HE FLAGLEK TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 2, 1965

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'" I Subscribe for The Flagler Trlbun r HK ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1153 A Year In Aswan Sealed bids will be received In AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY IV,
the office of the City Clerk of the FLORIDA. CASH NO.
City of Bunnell Florida.. In the MAROARET C. ESTES.
Call On Us .__ I .. Civic Center Building, on or before Plaintiff,.
i 4:30: p. m. on the 20th day of -VII-
I irbe1'O. 1965, for one (1) WYLIE T. ESTES.
Community 1968 'm truck with the Defendant
following specifications: NOTICE TO AI'PBAR
I I Mln. O. V W. 20.000 Ibs. THE STATE TO:
Memorial Churchlaterdeaemlaat.dal FLORIDA
Wheel Base-84" cab to axle. WYLIE
Transmission speed forward. c/o Mrs. William H. Estes
Rear Axle-l: speed-15,000 lb. Llncolnton, Georgia
I capacity You are hereby notified that
AIR CONDITIONED Engine-6 cylinder of at least suit for divorce has been filed against a-
282 O. I. D. you in the above entitled
Ave.
When Dayton Tires I -8:25x20 10 ply tube type cause and you are hereby required

I FLAGLER BEACH booster Brakes type.-Hydraulic with vacuum i to whose serve name upon and Plaintiff addresa Attorney appear,

Sunday ,School 10:00 A.Me Four lamp flasher signals. hereon, your written defense, It
Heavy duty rear and auxiliary to the Bill of Complaint
In
Church Service 11:00 A.)!. springs said suit, on or before the llth day
Flat bed dump with 10 gauge of December 1965 else decree
I steel bottom 12' long by 90" wide. pro
H. W. DICKERT Pastor Twin Ram Hydraulic Dump. confesso will be entered against'

EVERYONE; WELCOME West Coast mirrors both sides. you.WITNESS my hand and
seal
Bulkhead on cab end of body said Court this 8th of
day of Novem-
with rear window. ber A. D. 1965.
You Need
A trade-in allowance on 1955 2 (Official Seal) E. A.
SMYTHE
Ton, 8 cvllner Ford
1-- F"" be considered I In bidding.dump truck to I D.Clerk, Julia of R.said Harvey Court

O. ALPORD Prices to be F. O. B. Bunnell, indicating -
Deputy Clerk
approximate delivery date.
W. L. Wadsworth
Registered Each bid shall be addressed to P. O. Box 896
the City Commission, P. O. Box 756. Bunnell. Florida
Estate Broker Bunnell, Florida
Real marked "Bid on Attorney for Plaintiff
1966 Flat Bed
Dump Truck", The Nov. ll-li-25 & Dec. 2_4tc
Bunnell Florida City Commissioners reserve the _
right to reject any and all bids and IX: TilE CIRCUIT
COURT
;!wf to accept the bid that In Its judg KLACilKH OF
GOODPrinting ment will be for the best Interest IN CIIANCKHY COUNTY. FLORIDA
of the City of NO. 15100
Bunnell Florida. JOHN G. 8WEEK.
WITNESS my hand and official

MILLERELECTRONICS D.seal 1965.this 30th day of November, A. PHYLLIS P.SWEEK.v.* Plaintiff


ISMartin B. McDanlel.. Mayor Defendant.
I City of Bunnell, Florida NOTICE TO DEFEND
ATTESTS : TilE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
1744 Ocean Shore Bird. / / Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers City PHYLLIS P. 8WKEK

Clerk Dec. 2. 9.-2tc.IV RFD Mill. Pond Road

REPAIRS ON TV'S St. James, Long Island
TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OK New York,
FLAUKKR COUNTY FLORIDA You are hereby notified that a
WASHERSDRYERS IX rilANCKHY NO. 5I.8 suit has been filed against you In
IRENE RJJSSO, the above entitled cause; and you
Plaintiff, are hereby required to answer
vs.8ALVATORE with the Clerk rlthr.o'o: t,
RUSSO, and to serve a copy thereof upon
672-0377
Call Collect
Defendant. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
NOTICE TO DEFEND whose name and address: Is:

ALL WORK: GUARANTEEDFurnish TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: RAY SELDEN
SALVATORE RUSSO Selden Building

-- I whose residence and post office Daytona Beach Florida
I are unknown. not later than December 11, A. D.
2.000 gal You are hereby notified that a 196V
approximately
suit has been If you fall to do .0, decree
filed against In
Ions of L.P. Oas, delivered to theDistrict's I you confesso will be pro
Headquarter north of the above entitled cause; and you entered against
OFFICE FORMS Flagler Beach. Florida. BIdder to are hereby required to rlthr.o'answer you bill for of the relief demanded In the
complaint. The
with the
furnish storage tank Clerk t, laid nature of
suit
and to being for divorce.
Quotations
with meter. to serve a copy thereof upon
be pump Firm bid. the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, said WITNESS my hand and seal of
Court this
Bid will be opened at the office whose name anaddress Is: ber A. D. 1965. 8th day of Novem-
ENVELOPESINVOICES December 15th 1965 SAMUEL, V. IIOU-H
on Wednesday 110 North Third Street (Official Seal) E. A. SJIYTHE
at 5:00: P. M.Successful .
Clerk ot
Palatka. Florida said Circuit Court
bidder will be notlftpd I(
following the District' tabulationof not later than December 18, A. D. By Julia n Harvey

bldi. I UH..u. .. Nov. 11-18-25 & Deputy Clerk
you ran to do so, decree pro Dec. Z-tta
the rightwaiveeanyainformalitiesbIn coffp
The District reserves will be entered against
bidding for the relief demanded In the REQUEST FOR DID
till Notice
of I. hereby given
complaint. The nature of that the
EAST AOLER MOSQUITO said suit being for divorce. East Flalfler Mosquito Control Dis
LETTER HEADS CONTROL, DISTRICT 'WITNESS my hand and veal of trict of Flagler Beach. Florida' will
Gage, Secretary. said Court this 16th day of No- accept sealed bids at the omce located -
l5y a'ber JtcIN vember 7 miles north of Flagler'
Nov. & 2- A. D. 19(5. Beach on
(Official Seal) SMYTHE Highway! AlA up to and until 6:00

TIIH rinrnT COI-UT. "KVKXTH Clerk of said Circuit Court 1565, ,?rn po.tmarkedprior th.
BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS JUDICIAL ('IUCI'IT. IX By Julia R. Harvey < that
ANI) FOIL Kl'AfI.KIt 'Ot'NT", Deputy Clerk time and date for the following
for
FLORIDA. Nov. 18-25 A Dec. 2-9'-4teix 10 19(6 fiscal year ending September
('ll\fK.HY No. .11X2. a Furnish
OEOIU1E LESLIE MOOIIE. TIIH roi-NTY ....DOW COURT apporxlmately 10.009
!Plaintiff IX AND: FOIL KLAnl.KR roi'N- Klo>y .No-a 2 Fuel Oil be de-
VII. TV. FLORIDA. IX IMtOIIATK NO. District' Storage
JANIE LOUISE MOORE, In Re: Estate of Tanks At shop north f "'**ler
Defendant ROSE MARIE, SECKNER. Beach Florida In quanltles suit-
NOTICH TO IIKKKXI Deceased f.nu.for the capacity of storage
BILL HEADS TO: JANIE LOUISE MOORE. NOTICE TO CREDITOR : which' is approximately: 6.500
Whose residence la; Unknown TO ALL, PERSONS HAVING ANY gallons: Oration to Include allbSld
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST *bl6 taxes and to be firm bid
to fife with the Clerk of this Court THE ESTATE: OF: ROSE MARIE on.*? degree F. Temperature
RULED FORMS your Answer to the Kill of Com- S" DECEASED.. "jL'ostate terms of payment
plaint filed herein against you In Pursuant to Section 735,06. Ploy ions approximately 2.000 gal-
the above entitled cause on or before ida !!Statutes notice I* hereby Regular 9* o>''n.. Gasoline
the list day of December A. given that an order has been en shall- meet .11 of the minimum re-
D. 1965 and serve a copy thereofupon tered by this court declaring' ad 'ea ."? for regular grade gasoline -
TICKETS and TAGS MAURICE WAON EH. Plaintiffs ministration of the estate of ROSE of } forth by the Department
whose address Is MARIE SECKNER. State of
Attorney, Deceased a* Ida :: CU'IlrofJn: Flor-
144 Burlelgh OtflceDrawer unnecessary Kindly govern your u.th.orUed by Chapter 825,
uI'I1II11:01\.I: \ Florida
A A. Holly selves accordingly. First .8tituteg' 1J<1- Gasoline In.
"THE FLAOLER TRIUUNE" Is tion: November 25th (l.ubllca- :CHIC: I fcf"r and Octane number
hereby designated as the newspaper /ST.. K, MCKNIOIITCounty : be delftL or better- Gasoline. to
In which this order shall be Judge T to the DI.trlet' Headix .
CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS published once a week for four (4) Nov. 2J Dec. t--U-tlc I quarters Florida north rtlla1 ler Beach,
.. ..llu. ...!>. IIBMIfTKl If Lit. in n or storage
NOT fVA DECREE' PRO t () : ix TIIH cinrrrr COURT OF tank fullltl.. Bidder to furnish

HE ENTERED KtAfil.KR COUNTY, KI.OHIDA storage t tank of 1100 gallon capaci-
AGAINST YOU y with
FOR SUCH FAILURE. ix riiAxfRitv NO. 11111 dispensing pump and met.r. -
PIETRO MARTINO Quotations to include all apPllt'Able -
The, nature of this suit Is a bill Plaintiff stating taxes and to be a firm bid,
for divorce. y. terms of paJ'ment.
WITNESS my hand and seal at ISIDORA MARTIN

,-, Dunnell. Flagler County. Florida Defendant. THE rmrriT COURT, BjKNTII '-
this nth day of November A. D. NOTICE TO API'KAR JUDICIAL riRCiiiT.ijr
ANn
:.,...; ms. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: FOR COUNTY
EMIL A SMYTHE. Clerk of ISIDORA MARTINO. FLORIDA. CASH:! NO. 813

Court, Flagler County, FlorOFFICIAL whose residence and post office MATTHEW J.. MO8KR. '
Id. are unknown Plaintiff
SEAL, You are hereby notified that *
We Don't Do The MostPRINTING By: Julia R. Harvey suit has been filed against you In VERA MOSEii
Deputy Clerk. the above entitled cause: and you Defendant.
Dec. J. 9. 1., 23-4tcix are hereby required to an NOTICE TO AITKAK
ewer with the Clerk rlhr.o't THE STATE OF
roi'HT OK Tin rorxTY and to serve a r upon VERA "n.omDA". TO:
jriMiK. KI.AfJI.KH ('0|':NTY, the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
TATIOF KI.OIIIIIA. whose name and address Is: Brooklyn. tNewtrYork
IX IMtOIIATK. SAMUEL-. HOLTH
In re the Estate of lit North Third Street sotto for hereby notified t
ROYAL ACKLBY WOOD Palatka. Florida If.ln.tou divorce ha* been ft'l a

I Creased. not later than December II, A. D. cause In the above entitled
and
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. 19(5. to you are hereby required
.ere
TERN: It you fall to do so. decree whose upon Plaintiff Attorney,

But We Do Some of the Best Vt:ll rNI.A.. hereby RAYMOND a-lven) AND that you confesso for the will relief be demanded entered against In pro the any.heron to name your the and written address defense appear If

KENNETH \V. RAYMOND filed bill of complaint The nature of said Bill of Complaint
suit
their final report as Executors of sail suit being for divorce day of on or before the llth
the estate of ROYAL, ACKLEY WITNESS my hand and sal of pro December U" etae decree
WOOD, deceased: that they tied said Court this 14th day of No gainst confesso you.WITNESS. will be entered *_
their petition for final dlschare. and vember A.D. 19(1.
that they will apply to the Honor- (Official 8MYTHK my hand
K. McKnlght. Clerk said said Court this and seal of
County Judge
of Circuit lib
tIFt1 Court day
<
Tth day of January. IX*. for approval Deputy Clerk Official Real
of same and for Anal discharge Nov. ltA Dec. 2- -4teix Clerk) of E. A. MIYTinC
said
as Executors of the estateof Court
ROYAL, ACKLEY WOOD deceased TIlE cOI' TY Jt'nflrr a"rot'.1' liy Julia R. Harvey

on this 5th day of October ix AND FOR rxuiLRR roixTY. W I. Deputy Clerk

Dial 4373282The 1944. Vernon I .. FLORIDA. IX PROW?e. P. a W.dswortb.86
Av CA R NO.
llunnell.
Kenneth Raymond i IN RE: Estate of I Florid.
Executors of the estateof rA...... R. VOOEL. SR. NOT.Attorney II-li-2 for ..
ROYAL, ACKUKY Deceased. A Dec.u1.toilbr

WOOD, deceased. NOTICE TO ntKDITOR
Dee. 1. 9. It 33-4 to. All creditors of the estate of

I PAUL, R. VOOEU I' .. deceased,
NOTICE OK INTENTION TO are hereby notified and required JISgltr ifrthunt
HKCUiTKH KICTITIOI* NA 4R to file any claim or demands
'. In accordance with Section 1(50). which they may have against said
Florida Statutes. 1913 the undersigned estate In the office of the County IIl'..XELt FLORIDA
'
will register with the Clerk Judge of Flagler County. Florida
of the Circuit Court In Flagler In the courthouse ,
at BunnelL 5183.
l,1. Flor It
County Florida, upon receipt of ida. within six: calendar months B. FUUJR.: Editor
proof of publication of this notice, from the date of the first publica

the following fictitious name, to- tion of this notice. Each claim er 0../gsatN ......... tea ail
wit: "A1A Motelunder which ware e demand must be In writing
1" engaged In the operation of must state the place of residence and Legal Advertlalaw
motel on Highway A1A. Flagler and postofficeaddress of the
d.lm-
Ileach. Flagler County. Florida, In ant and must M sworn to r.Dt..t
Flagler Tribune which business the undersigned are :claimant, his agent, er hi. by the as Mflft4 class matter
'
the only person Interested or It will become void a ::' poet-
Dated at Flagler Reach Florida to law.
this 10th day of November A. D. November 11th. IMS. SIarcb _. 2171

IMS. R/ Hannah It. Vogel
Clayton R Lar Executrix of the Estate of One
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Jamaica to Restore I(I living. Gambling thrived, and :
dozens of taverns lined the ::{
Wicked Pirate streets, dispensing the hospitality WE GIVE ] Quantity Rights
City(I of powerful rum and other MET 'IS Reserved

Port Royal, Jamaica, the strong drinks rich foods, and '*
"wickedest city In the world" bawdy women." TOP Prices Good

during its heyday as a pirate I I The town's unscrupulous merchants Th ., Fri., Sat.,
restored In his. filled their warehouseswith
base, will be VALUE
toric 'detail.A pirate loot-gold and silver ., SUPER MARKET and Monday
group of businessmen and I I bars, church plate, elaborately Dec. 2, 3, 4 and 6
scholars plan to rebuild muchof set Jewels, rich silks and STAMPS 103 So. Railroad
the city as It existed beforean brocades. TELEPHONE 437-3201
earthquake toppled it Into Trade flourished, and Port
the sea In 1692. Two resort ho. Royal grew. In time the narrow FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS
tels and a deep-water pier also sandspit could scarcely contain
will be built. the hundreds of two- to Lb.
The reconstruction will draw four-story buildings. Brick structures
upon research of an expedition crowded the streets, Ib. 27
sponsored by the National Geo- spreading even into the edgesof Whole
graphic Society, the Smithsonian I the sea, where hasty fills had
Institution, and the Institute been made to accommodate the
I

drafted of the Jamacia.most accurate The explorers chart I I rapid In, the expansion.fateful year of 1692 Florida Grade "A" Family Pkg. Cut-up, 5 pki. 1.79

now available of old Port Royal, Henry Morgan 'had been dead
and recovered many valuable for four years, and buccaneerswere
artifacts. no longer welcome in Port FLAVOR AGED (U. S. D. A. CHOICE)
Edwin A. Link, deep-sea explorer Royal. But the minister of St.
and inventor, led the ex- Paul's Church there describedthe < ,
pedltlon. In an article in the inhabitants as still being"a CHUCK STEAK Ib. 59
National Geographic, Marion most ungodly debauched
Clayton Link, the leader's wife, people."
described 17th-century Port Roy. Then shortly before noon on
shudder shook RANGER (By the Piece or Sliced) .
al as a "headquarters of buccaneers June 7, 1692, a
and pirates as well as Port Royal. From the directionof .
crossroads of trade. the mountain came a hollow '
Smoked Bacon Ib. 59
"Port Royal reached the apex rumbling noise like distant
of its fame as Henry Morgan'sbase thunder-and a violet earthquake
of operationswhen he shock. It was followed
sacked and pillaged Spanish almost immediately by a second Capital (By Armour) Juicy Tender
cities throughout the Carrlb- and a third temblor.
Smoked ALL MEAT
bean" Mrs. Link wrote. "With "In the space of a few moments
SAUSAGE Ib 39 STEW 69
its fine harbor and well fortified ," Mr. Link wrote, "the
shores, it was an ideal gathering whole waterfront was launchedInto
place for the unholy Brethren the sea. houses crumpledand
of the Coast. With Englandand disappeared as the land World's Best Ground U. S. D. A. Choice (Standing)

Spain at each other's beneath them slide toward the
throats, the British were Inclined water. Deep crevices rent the BEEF 3 Lbs. T RIB ROAST Lb. 89'
to encourage the presenceof earth, devouring broken build.
these marauders, whose chief ings and panic-stricken people.
targets were Spanish towns and A great wave formed and swelled .

Spanish shipping. I and rolled in from the sea, FLO.CANE (Florida Produced) FOLGER'S (Mountain Grown)
"Life in Port Royal at that flooding the section of town that
time was a carnival of riotous still survived."

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FOR RtNT: -3 bedroom 1% bath LOST-2 female alrdale dogs,
Colony Park. Phone 4373683. I answer to' names of Lady and OVEN GOLD GORDY'S (Plain or lodiz.d)
12-2-ltc Christy Any Information please
I call Mrs. Mike Steflik. Phone FRUIT
GOOD USED Hot Point refrigerator 4373443. Reward. 12-2-ltc

in good running conditionfor I ______ SAL
sale. May be seen at 301 I SEWING MACHINE 1965 Model
North Church St.* Bunnell. clearance sale. We have 7 1965: CAKE
12-2-ltp I round bobbin sewing machines 26 Ox.
left. machines Box 4-
I These are completely
WANTED-Old Inexpensive piano
Lb.
In playing condition. Call I guaranteed. Equipped to 3 Cake 99 ,
etc.
:zig-zag makes buttonholes
12.2
4377158. -ltp
-- $25 .Is total price. Will accept Limit (1)) Pl....
Christmas Parakeets for sale- older machine for part payment
very healthy and colorfuL Phone Call Orlando 425-3577: collect.
4392006. Pattle or Debbie Meek- 11-4-Jan 6-lOtc FRESH PRODUCE Jiffy Ox. (WhIt. Choc. Yellow)

ins. 12.2.3tc. FOR SALE. LEASE. oa BENT U. S. No. 1 (Irish) CAKE MIXES 2 For Z5e

FOR SALE-Split level home, bedroom Florida room and .
bedroom and bath up 2-bed- carport beach house unfurnlsh POTATOES .? 49C Kraft (Qt.)
rooms and bath down wood I ed. Hurricane fence encloses MIRACLE
floor 2-car garage with fallout back yard. Call 437-3472. 11-4-tf Large CriipLETTUCE WHIP JQatr; 59*
shelter below located on two Heads
lots 1U blocks from ocean. Mrs. FOR SALES bedroom. 2U, 2 29C Joan-O*Arc ((300 Can)
Al Zamba. phone 439.2119, Flag- bath double garage central
ler Beach. Nov. 25 2tp heating fire place large Florida Juicy Jonathon Kidney BEANS Z Cana 29e
.
room situated on 160x110 waterfront
I I *
FOR RENT- 2 bedroom duplex BAG APPLES i
39e
lot. Call 439.2203 Flagler French's
((11/ Ox.)
apt. screened porch and carport Beach. 11-4-tf
Call 4373304. 11-23-TTc I I COrs UraOLSTEXT. Bunnell/ FROZEN DSCHILIOMIX pk,. tic

UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Fla Hwy. 11. will pick up and Morton's (Meat) Everfresh Ct
(12 )
Large United States and Canadian deliver all furniture free. For
Company In agricultural ..sample material and prices on POT PIES 5 For 99e Dinner ROLLS Z kIfc 25e
field urgently requires representative labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf
In this county for Crop
lEITIC TANK cleaning; drain
Service Department Applicantmust
fields Installed: snail shell. Reasonable

background have lnar'LPoaltJon recent and be agricultural well regarded roe 10 7-3410 prices. Call George 8-1-tf Ja- Fresh Shrimp Oysters Mullet


is full time or can
be handled at first along with

your Successful present applicant fanning can operation.expect JOHNSTON'S 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP
fLACXJCB BEACH REALTY CO.
earnings between $100-5130 L rs. ROJaS OCEAN' FRONT TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
weekly with excellent opportunity WATTS FRONT FARMS With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
for early advancement In
this area.Write ACREAGE Gt Box Rinso Blue 3 Lbs. or More ((2)) Pan Ready Cutup
l*. as for yen trod" estate anda Detergent Ground Beef Fryeri
and tell me about your.
Office Phone BE t-2342
self. Reply at once to: Vice President. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Residence Phones ID 73691
Box 1106. Winter Garden or ID 7-017 Monday, Dee: 6, 1965 Monday, Dec. 6, 1965 Monday, Dec. 6, 1965Thursday
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I' riaater Beach I FLAGLER FOOD STORE ,


BEST MEATS ',l ,

\ FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB CHARLES SCHAEFFLER, r 't-:
WINTER RESIDENT OF
TO MEET WEDNESDAYThe
FLAGLER BEACH DIES & CENTRAL AVE, FLAGLER BEACH
Flagler Woman's Club Charles E. Schaeffler, winter
" will meet Wednesday, December resident of Flagler Beach for the PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
8th at 2 p. m. for -the regular past ten years, passed away at THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
business meeting. President, the Beach General Hospital
Miss Emily Gage urges a good Daytona Friday afternoon followinga DECEMBER 2, 3, 4, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYSStore
r'I attendance as important decis brief illness. He had just re Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
" ions are to be discussed. Mrs. turned to their home on Lam
FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D WESTERN CORN FED
J Sam Novick, Welfare Chairman,
bert street, Flagler Beach, from
asks members to bring canned the summer home in Massete- WHOLE CENTER CUT
goods for the Christmas basketfor N. Y.Survivors.
qua
a needy family. include- his wife, FRYERS Lb. 29 PORK CHOPS'-
Mrs. H. G. Heydt announces Mrs. Alice Schaeffler, Flagler
the Annual Christmas Bazaar is Beach; a son Charles Jr., of Mas-
being called off due to the Illness setequa; a sister, Mrs. Leona FRESH SHOULDER PICNIC THRIFTWAY ALL MEAT

in several member's homes.It Patterson, Massetequa Park, N. PORK SKINLESS VAC. PAC.39'FRANKS .
was to have been Saturday, Y; and three grand children.
the 4th. Members will be asked The body was sent to New '
j to reciprocate in another way. York for funeral services and in. ROAST Lb. Lb. 49'
Plans for the Christmas party terment.
If will be announced at the meet-

in?. FLAGLER BEACH PTA WESTERN CORN FED THRIFTWAYQUALITYPORK
'
, At the November business POSTPONES MEETINGThe SLICED
meeting, the newly revised by.\ Flagler Beach Parent
1 j laws were accepted and passedon Teacher meeting has postponedits STEAKS Lb. 59 BACON Lb.: 69
favorably The Club was also regular December meeting
the recipient of a generous check from December the 7th to De.
from club member JVIrs. R, G. cember the 14th. A Christmas
Williamson, who with her hus music program ''has been plan. 100

band short, was resume in S. A.of at the the Districtsix time.A ned for this meeting. % Pure Lean Ground Beef, 2 Ibs 89*

meeting held in Melbourne, Ronnie Mlssinne is spendingthe
Florida on Nov. 4th, was given weekend here with his aunt \ FOLGER'S MORTON'S
by the following members attending and uncle, Mr. and' Mrs. Chuck
: Misses Emily and Flo. Wlssinne. He Is stationed in OR
ra Gage, Mrs. Jasper White, Mrs. South Carolina with the U. S.
CHASE& SANBORN
Charles SIndelar, Mrs. EdwardA. Army. SALT
Kruger, Mrs. May Hendren, .
Mrs. Myrtle Streeter and Mrs. V. COFFEE .
.
W. Haines. : Books Are My Dish .., ,

At the November 24th social BY Dorothy Homoni
meeting members and guests Standard Handbook of Salt Lb. Pkg. S 0 .
were held spellbound as the Water Fishing" by Robert Scha 49' ,
book "Sarkh n" was reviewedby rff Is the title of the book we

Mrs. Edward A. Kruger. Miss mentioned last week that the Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
Dorothy Homans, Mrs. R. K. Harold Massies gave to the Flag.
Hirst and Mrs. Sam Novick of
ler Beach Public Library, spon
the library board were the hos sored by the Flagler Woman's I 2V. SHURFINE HALVES Va SIZE CHICKEN OF THE SEA
tesses. Club. A superb book on that subJect NK
We have always loathed PEACHES
METHODIST MEN progress In the wrong direction 3-79'TilNfl 3 For $100
HAVE FISH FRY FRIDAY
and are glad to hear others Limit 3 .
The Flagler Beach Methodist think the same. A new comer,
:Men will have a fish Fry at the building a house here, but
303 DELMONTE GOLDEN MONOGRAM-LONG
Church from 5 to 7 p. m. this knows Flagler Beach in the past, GRAIN '
Friday evening, Dec 3rd.. This said she only hoped it will not CREAM STYLECORN
will be a victory dinner to, eel be spoiled and that It will stay 39'
ebrate the lifting of the mort quiet and away from the crowds, 4 For 89- i
gage on the churches 19 lots. A but with some civilized Improvements .
small donation is asked. such as this library.All 'TOMATOESLb.
I reports from New York 303 ARGO GARDEN
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS show the City bitterly regrets tor $,100

Church School is'9:45 a. m. and tearing down old landmarks. I PEAS 4 For 69
morning worship at 11 o'clock think the destruction of the Penn
with Rev. Reynold Hoover, min. Station brought them to their 26 OZ. PREMIUM
ister. There will be a fellowship senses and it was of course,'too
2 / VAN CAMP
dinner after the worship service late. Books will never spoil a
PORK & DUl Free Juice Glass inside 49-
next Sunday and the official little fishing village, but all that ..
board will meet following the glass stuff and too many ,roads
'
dinner. will. BEANS 2 For 49
The "Catcher in the Rye" is required FROZEN FOODS _
Chuck Misslnne has'returned reading in Daytona Jun
home from a month In Superior, lor College-6 copies there for APP ti WINTER GARDEN
Wis., where he enjoyed hunting. 2000 students. One copy of It Is FRESH PRODUCE
lie brought home an 8 point In this library-now being stu LARGE HEAD PEACH or PIES 3 For $100LETTUCE
'buck which weighed 260 pounds died. It sounds so dire, but are I CHERRYLARGE
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dressed. not students supposed 'to buy Each 19
some books. At Smith College, BAKERY
Mrs. Eugene Foltz of Grand thanks to the paper backs a
Blanc, Mich., has arrived here student buys six or seven books 20 OZ. (LARGE) EVERFRESH
and is residing In their home on where she used to buy'but one. JONATHON
south AlA. Mr. Foltz will join I suspect students don't like to ALL PURPOSE BREAD 4 For 85'
her soon. buy books. I 4 Lb.Bag .
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LOCALS Merchants ( Free)
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CRAIGS RETURNMr. THE PINETTE CLUB Western SELECT
and Mrs. James O. Craig HONORS BETTY WHITE
have returned to their home The Pinette Club honored Mrs. BEEF LIVERlb.
after being called to New Boston Joe White with 'a farewell partyat
Texas and Manning, Ark.,, the home of Mrs. Charles 4ge
by the death of her sister, Mrs. Cowart last Wednesday evening.
Ruby Lee Stone. Attending were Mrs. S. J. Tilton
On the return trip they visited Jr., Mrs. Jimmy Crews, Mrs. Wal
with their son, John, who Is a ton Kinney Mrs. Edward HawkIns .
student at the Arkansas Medical Mrs. Otis Hunter. Mrs. White U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
Center In Little Rock, Ark. with her family left during the
weekend for Holly Hill, S. C. (F. I
ROUND
Mary Susan Brannam of Bun. where Mr. White will be employ. STEAK .II lb. 89
Grt
nell has been initiated into ed. )
Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary .
education fraternity, at Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bradleyand
Florida State University. daughter Josle of Port Charlotte CUBE STEAK lb. 19"Fresh
Kappa Delta Pi recognizes Florida spent Thanksgiving
scholarship and leadership in with Flossie Richardson.
education. Members are selected
from among undergraduates Guest of Rev. and Mrs. E. E.
with a 3.0 (B) grade average in Chellgren Thanksgiving day was Florida Grade "A"STEWING
education and graduate students Otto Eckholm of Lake Worth.
, with a3.5 (Bx) grade average. Florida.
I Faculty and staff members are HENS lb. 19

also eligible for membership. Carol Rodgers of Tampa spent
Miss Brannam is the daughter
the past weekend here with his
and Mrs. L. L. Brannam,
of Mr.
C. Rod.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
500 E. Moody Blvd. Bunnell. I
I gers. Small Meaty Lean Western CENTER CUTSPARE

George Biddle Is spendingsome i Mrs. Naomi Hosford is visitingin
time with his son in law Orlando with her son and his RIBS PORK CHOPS
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Law. family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hos
rence Upson in Daytona Beach, ford.
and his son and daughter In Ib. 59
lb.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Biddlein Mr. and Mrs. George Moody 69-
Ormond Beach. I,an Gary Watson were Thanksgiving .
Day dinner guests of Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker I annd Mrs. Bill Falcon of Daytona Her ford Brand 12 oz. Can

and son Tony were visiting with Beach. CORNED BEEF Each
relatives in Leesburg Alabama 39 Susan Brannam, student of
during the holiday weekend.Mrs.
Florida State University in Tallahassee .
Duncan Hines BUTTERMILK SUGAR
spent the Holiday week
Andy Yelvington and end here with her parents, Mr. PANCAKE MIX Pk
sons, Kevin and Barry, spent the and Mrs. L. L. Brannam. : 19c 5 '
2 5e
In Eau Gallle
Holiday wekend ,Other guests at the Brannams Bag
with Mr. Yelvington. tor Thanksgiving dinner Included Gal. Plastic Jug
Limit 1 with
$5.00 or more food order
his mother, Mrs. Minnie BLEACHVa Each
Guest of Mrs. Flossie Richard. Brannam Mrs. Martha Moore ; 29
son Is Mrs. Freda Johnson of
and children Mollie and Tiger,
Saginaw, Michigan. of Ormond Beach Mr. and Mrs.S. DAIRY SPECIAL -
L. Wise of Lake Worth, Flor-
Mrs. Ray Carle was a visitorin Ida. _. MAXWELL HOUSE
Orlando Monday. Kraft Quart Bottle

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris I Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wads. I COFFEE ORANGE JUICE 29e

Solomon during the Thanksgiving worth and family of Jesup,
Holiday were her parents Georgia, were guests of Mrs. :i f Ibt 49c
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Carver of I Daisy Buckles during the holl FROZEN FOODS -
Broxton Georgia. day weekend. They were dinner Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
guests of Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth Clark' CHOPPED
Pt,. of 5
Grace and Mechele Steflik in Hawthorne on Thanksgivingday.
students at Florida State Unlvenlty -I FRESH PRODUCE SIRLOIN STEAKS 89c
spent the holiday week
end here with their parents, Mr.I Guests of Mrs. Daisy Buckles Fresh FloridaLETTUCE
and Mrs. Mike Stefllk. for Thanksgiving dinner were Head
Mr and Mrs. Wendell Noel and fge
Bill Deen has returned home family of Jacksonville and Mrs. CHEER
from Bellglade where he and Helen Sullivan of Bunnell. Golden Rip.BANANAS
Mrs. Deen went to be with their lb.
son' Billy who underwent knee Mr and Mrs. T. E. Holden accompanied fOe GIANT
surgery last week. Mrs. Deen is their son In law and SIZE 48
remaining for several days with daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam U. S. No.1POTATOES
Carol and grand daughter, Caroline Black and children to Key West Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
while Billy is recuperat for a holiday weekend outing. bs. 49C
ing. There they enjoyed lobster and
I key lime pie instead of the traditional .
Bobble and Elbert Tucker students Thanksgiving dinner.Mr. .

Georgia their at spent Berry parents the College, holidays Mr in and Rome Mrs.herewith ,I children. and left Mrs.during Joe E. White the past and 50with I I 100 lai I I 50' I M I

Alfred Tucker: weekend for Holly Hill S. C.
where they will reside. ),ft. coupon & purchase /with coupon & purchase* with coupon & purchaseof
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. White will be employed with acement of (1) 2 lb. PIc,. Armour's of OVEN(( Can Jif.Foam (1) 3 lb.
Durrance for the holiday weekend plant there. lie was Veri>Be t Cheese Spread CLEANER HOLIDAY CAKE
were their daughter and son formerly employed with the Le- Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After j

in law, Mr. and Mrs.,, Jimmy High Portland Cement Plant I II Monday, Dec.-----I 6! 1965 ) Monday- __!._Dec._ __6,.._1965__ Monday, Dec. 6, 1965 .
here until It closed.
Helm and young daughter Leah,I .
of Waukulla. (Continued on page 8)

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DECEMBER 4 BUNNELL CIVIC CENTER
+' Sponsored 87 Ladies of the V. F. W. ',
{ Bazaar Begins Begin Serving Supper 437-3227
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10a.m 5 p. OPEN SUNDAYS ""INIIIHmilllllHI111111' UJMfl I BUNNELL
L Adults $1.00 Children Zs.w.wll BiOOa-m-Ii00p.m.

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PAOE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA [l'JiDl'Silay.Dec.2. 1965
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I
Thanksgiving there is fair chance that one of a Little Lamb," Mrs. Hale also Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune $2.50 Yearly in Advance"Isn't
Back the days was Thursday. was the forceful editor of God-
Origin Goes While some other colonies ey's Lady's Book, the most widely .
adopted the Pilgrim custom, circulated magazine of the
To Ancient WorldThough Thanksgiving remained a localon day. For some 20 years, she
is and off affair until the timeof crusaded for a national Thanks.
re
Thanksgiving
garded as an American custom, ,the Revolution. The Conti. giving on the last Thursday of rr it fun iii1'J
nental Congress designated special November.
its origins go back not only! to
the old world but the ancient days of thanks for victories Finally, President Lincoln, by to romp on a cozy
world. throughout the war. proclamation, established Am. ,
contains I In 1789, Elias Boudinot, memo erica's annual Thanksgiving observance "
Testament
The Old ?
many references to harvest fes ber from New Jersey, rose in in 1863. President Johnson warm floor
tivities. Long before the peopleof the new Congress and proposedthat postponed Thanksgiving in
the President recommend a 1865 until December. President
the Nile learned to measurea
annual thanksfor day of Thanksgiving for the Grant shifted the date, in the
year, they gave .r:7
the grain crops that would successful establishment of the first year of his Presidency, 'to ;
the hard United States Constitution. In November 18.Thereafter i ?
carry them through I
months ahead. So Importantwere setting aside the last Thursdayin every President
such ceremonies during November, 1789- George Washington I followed the Lincoln tradition
the supremacy of ancient Greece became the first President until 1939, when Franklin D.
to proclaim a nationwide Rosevelt upset it again. His H's
that if states were at war, they .
called a truce. Thanksgiving. third Thursday Thanksgiving ;tab +'
The United States has put its Six years elapsed before he lasted only three years, how. > V
special imprint on Thanksgivingas proclaimed another-on Febru ever. In December, 1941, Con., '9 ISM y
a day for worship, feasting, ary 19, 1795. President John gress pegged the nation's
and family reunions. However, Adams for an observance in Thanksgiving once again to the
it took Americans a long time May, 1798, and another in April, fourth Thursday in November. I
to set the present date-the 1799. President Jefferson disdained
fourth Thursday in November. such a "monarchial prac Grandma Reynolds
tice." But President Madison renewed
Roving Thanksgiving
Until Abraham Lincoln tethered observances in August, Fruitcake RecipeI
the nation's roving Thanks. ', 1812; September,. 1813; January, :
giving to November in 1863, it 1814; and April, 1815. I have always enjoyed sharing
had showed up in eight differ. I Sarah Kale's Day things and regret each year
Over the next 47 that I am unable to give more *
ent months. For some reason, years I r'f' R f r rY4 f A +f vMYSMLIMM'
Thursday was chosen more oft. Thanksgiving was left to the people Christmas presents. I do e
en than any other day. The record States. There might never have think, this year that I will be
of the Pilgrims' first harvest been a national holiday if it be able to share something with
celebration in the fall of. 1621 hadn't been for Sarah Hale. A you all.Below.
does not specify dates. Since philanthropic widow, mother of is the recipe for the h
I very best holiday fruitcake I

have ever found. (Some of you give your family a
I may have noticed how much I
'1 enjoy good food). I am willing healthier, happier, warmer

to bet that it will be the bes"you've ?JT home with a beautiful, new
KRANTZ MOTORS ever tasted too. It is unusual .

very moist, completely
different in flavor and texture 51EEiLEAOIL

Chrysler Plymouth Valiant from the usual style. It may be
eaten with a spoon. I did not HOME HEATERSIEGLER
really get the recipe from my
Granny, but from the mother of LM the big,built-in Blower System end n-
International Trucks a, man in my platoon In Japan. c:1:_,. Inner ned Tubes that giv. you UM comfort:
They were from Missouri and minck. of SUPER FLOOR IlEA T.Com in and
uk for a demonstration and lee bow thii MWSwgler
used the filbet nuts (he called
will pay for lUll with
: SERVICEDEPARTMENT them "Acerns") from their own the fuel it.v...
tree.

I The Cake
SPECIALS 2 cups Sugar
1 Cup Buttermilk
4 Cups Flour Flagler HardwarePhone

TUNE-UPS 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
1 Teaspoon Cloves.
1 Quart Blackberry Jam 437-3191 Bunnell, Florida

$7.50 All "8" Cyl. Cars % Teaspoon Salt ...
1% Cups Butter

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1 Teaspoon Allspice Service
Parts 1 Teaspoon Nutmeg

1 Sift Cup all Raisins dry ingredients to. Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.MASSEY.FERGUSON .

FREE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT gether. Cream butter and sugar
together. Add milk alternately
With TUNE-UP with dry ingredients. Add jam. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Beat light and fluffy. Stir in
whole VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
eggs. (Adding one at a
time and beating after Owner Bunnell, Florida
each
U. S. No. I 437-3311 egg). Stir in raisins. Bake in -
layers. Makes about six layers. -

Bunnell Oven temperature 350: degrees F.
for about 35 minutes.

The Fretting BROWN &.. BROWN INC.
Yolk
of 8 eggs

KRANTZ MOTORS, INC. 2 K Cup Cups butter sugar INSURANCEOUR

OIL CHANGE & FILTER 1 coconut
z z Beat eggs then add sugar, but. PHONE NUMBER IS
per (5 Quarts) 2 ter, and coconut milk and cook
In double boiler for 14 hours.
8 $5.00 with Coupon 8 Cool. Then add 2 cups mixed 437-3394
nuts and two
\ cups ground
GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 31 1965
raisins.
Grind and add 2 cups

U. S. HWY. 1 So. BUNNELL. FLA. of ground fresh coconut. Ice ...I..v..v.. .". .... v.v".v".J'.v
the cake and cool. Store for
about 2 weeks in a covered container FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

(or foil wrap) before eat.
Ing. The cake and frosting will AMBULANCE
merge and become nearly indls PHONE
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CRAIG FUNERAL HOME ingulshable.Note that nuts are not listedIn SERVICE ? AUCUSTlKt FLORIDA

. the Ingredients. Add as
manyas Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Aabalance.
A. H. CRAIO. Funeral Director you want to both the cake We
r I JOHN CAPO. Manager and/or frosting. Filberts em are always at your ser Ice with praaptactu. safety oadexptrUoce.
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ATTENDANT AMBULANCES Sincerely, Garcia Funeral HomeP.
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Phone ID 7-3532 Ed Not*.-Mr. Beyoolds Is lOG E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

\ 201 E. MOODY? BLVD. BUTfNSXJU FLORIDA of Mr. and Mis. A. S. Brrnold LADY AJXUTAITT

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I EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday.. Dec. 2, 1965

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(; '(fJ. q det1t? Ns dJlMda stalks Separate before the leaves crushing from into the a FBA 'MembersSee I nual He said affair.It: was Important that

g_ powder. bankers around the state become
(By UenrT Sharpe) Research Sites
The ''knack for using herbs Is more Informed of the role agriculture

(Continued from Pane 5) Raising herbs and kissing like kissing! young maidensit's Members of the Florida Bankers I plays in the state's total .
l
maidens can be two exciting
;A June Deen of Miami spent the young hobbies. often a well-guarded secret. 1 Association liked what they economy.

, Thanksgiving Holidays here Some rules to follow In developing saw this month while touring I More than 275 banks in the
unless the wife mate gives
with his grandmother, Mrs. C. A. But your own secrets Includes research facilities at the University state have "some interest" In
Riddell. He also visited with you special permission to wander using a light hand with of Florida.It |!agriculture, ,said Gilbreath. This
from matrimonial apron
,i other relatives while here. herbs. You want just enough I, Is about two-thirds of the total
less hazards was the first time FBA
there
Thanksgiving Day, Mrs. Riddell'sdaughter I I strings, are flavor to compliment your dish, [number.
[ in growing hebrs.A members have toured Mrs. Pauline Magee of I but not crowd out the flavor of r
small plot allocated to several ous research areas of the Flor
Flagler Beach Joined them,, the food. State banks hold outstandingfarm
Experiment
the flavor plants will ida Agricultural
k bringing the turkey and cake for of Be subtle with blends so that loans in excess of $122
1 the feast. Mr. Magee and Mrs.Riddell's add Interest and piquant tasteto only you and an expert can tell Stations which are devoted to million-$50 million In real estate -
round of the state's $4 billion agribusiness
the ordinary vege and $72 million for non.
son, Joy Sisco of Jack which herbs ,you have used.
tables. Herbs add a delightfultang complex.
real estate loans.
sonville were on a camping and
o to dressings for chicken, When using fresh herbs, chop
fishing trip In Cedar Keys. very fine so that more of the Louis Gilbreath, Exchange The bankers represented statewide
and pork dishes.
turkey herb oils can escape. Blendingor Bank, St. Augustine, and FBA Interests and make up the
Most herbs are quite esally
Mrs. Dora Walker and daughter I the heating with butter or salad agricultural division chairman, FBA's four agricultural commit.
.j from seed, provided
Janet of Wildwood spent I I soil grown Is well drained and not too oil Is the best way, to draw out said during the tour (that he tees in citrus livestock, forestryand
Thursday here visiting with Mrs. In and extend the flavor of herbs. hoped It would become an an. farming.
,I Walker' and Miss Lucille I rich. Sandy soil-plentiful
Daisy flavor Soak dried herbs in a tea.
Florida-Is ideal for many r
Walker. spoon of water or lime juice for
plants. J5 minutes before using. BUDDY KNOX
Other herbs favor damp,
Captain Charles McKnight ar shady, spots. As an example For casseroles and sauces, add
rived Sunday afternoon for a spearmint does well ina shady the finely chopped fresh or dried YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
short vltlt with his parents Mr. faucet. If herbs directly to the mixture.
spot near a drippy
and Mrs T. K. McKnight. He the spigot Isn't old enough to 1 Remember, a little does it-with Bunnell Atlantic Service Station

I was accompanied to their home leak, then turn It on a wee bit. I herbs. .

in Texas by his wife and sons A spot for growing your own U. S. Highway 1 (SS) Phone 4373652YOUR
who have visited here the past almost ,
takes
no area
seasoning
I several months while he was ono Some, 600 Tokyo restaurants CHOICE Double S& 11 Green Free
i at all. Often, you can squeezethe serve nothing but tempura, the : Stamps or
duty In Viet Nam., plants Into the "skips" between shrimp delicacy that Is best- Wash and Vacuum With Lube OLI Change ,and Filter

the flower plants or along loved of all Japanese dishes, the 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
the border of the flower bed.
owuudJ ,44h National Geographic says.
Herbs tested for fall and winter
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f sit New planting are dill, coriander, SAV.CUTIC.THATS SOME ufs TROT DOWN OVtB HVU.et.IM UMUAH"IP THAT
anise, sage, sweet marjoram, USED eu*.f ION sot AT AND LOOK AT TIt boiri TO HAVE A LW/Ne ,
NSW HOUSE / EAT I NEXT TO IT 1 DOLT KNOW
: Junior Class. thyme, lavender, rosemary and KRANTZ UUftT 6006WT ANOTHER LOVLSCAT.B1 WHAT 11111
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\ The Junior Class would like sweet fennel. MOTORS HAVE TMK ANOTMIR WINDOW LOVEMAT r'LL

to send a belated thank you to Next spring you may plant i 1 TAL.K NAR N.fAIT
everyone who made Homecoming basil, chives, summer savory, lOOKS LIKE A UILLICM YOL/wCA
NOM A6OUT A SPIN ? TN S AUvINb
a success. We wish to thank catnip, borage, hyssop, lemon 1 ROOM
all the citizens for their cooperation verbena, tarragon, mints and

and helpfulness to make pot marjoram. :

this a success. Sage is one of the few herbs

Now that the Thanksgiving that still belongs to modern

holidays are over the Juniors everyday life. You'll find ,it

are' looking forward to Christmas handy for seasoning poultry .

time. Because, this means dressing, sausage and other
J
l' our class rings will be In beforewe meats.

on our Christmas vaca
go Sweet marjoram was one of J

I tion.We the most popular herbs in the )I. I
: extend our sympathy to colonial garden. It, rose geranium EVERYBODY ,
I our class president Dale Abbott I lemon verbena and lavender LOVES '
\ and his family for the death In are the five fragrant herbs ?r----

their family., used by early Americans to E1et1k3 '
Reporter, Catherine' StanishPETERSON scent linens. :<:" "'

Thyme is a great favorite \"' ., \

f, TEXACO when preparing holiday feasts Gifts \1"II!

SERVICE The most popular species are ,, : ;,.: ,
ROAD SERVICE lemon, golden and silver thyme. # .
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Light Mechanical Work Thyme Is a bit difficult to grow, \ .
Phone 4373441<< Buno.UHASTINGS but it is worth the effort when ,. "

.. &.1 I judged palate-wise.

Coriander Is easy to grow. ,
Like dill, this spice plant adds' \ /jt.3
MATTRESS
flavor to bread, poultry dress. ;

I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS ings, curries, spiced meats and _

710.12 Lemon St. pickles. Coriander is used In \t/iW

j Pal atka, Florida the same manner' as caraway

Phone EA 5.9166 seeds. lai
Furnitxrx Upholstering Harvesting and curing are the

Repaired .d Refinished most important parts of the flavor i'r O
Mattresses & Box Springs f
growing hobby. The main ":
Mad. iO Order Also Renovated i :, .
is to each
point gather plantat
Call 'Laura Morris 4373233
I After 8100 P. M. the proper stage of maturityand I '
I PRICES REASONABLE. dry rapidly in the shade,
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. so, that it will retain flavor and

I Just as near as your color.
Phone or Post Office Herbs when sufficiently dry
Drop Us A Card or Call .
are crisp. Many of them are
Free Pick-up & Delivery
; stored In the powder form. I Lam!


BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL

BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1965 66

Dec. 3 ....................Friday Florida Military .......Away .
Dec. 7 "..._.........Tuesday Pierson ......._.............Away For "Whole Fatr..y" enjoyment

Dec. 10...................Friday Crescent City ..._........Home
Dec. 14 ................Tuesday Lopez .........................Away This Christmas, treat Mom-the whole family-with the

Dec. 17 ......._........Friday Callahan ....................Home perfect gift for year-round pleasure, comfort and convene ; .

Dec. 18 ..._.........Saturday Pierson .......................Home ience. Give beautiful fhmelfea, major electric appliance.
Jan. 4 ..................Tuesday St. Joseph ..................Home a life share '
w It's wonderful to with love: "Enjoy .
Jan. 7 ....................Friday Florida D and B..AwayJan. a way say
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11 .................Tuesday Hastings .....................Away the very best, together. .... .

Jan. 14 ..................Friday Baldwin ......................Home there' match for melon electric living.
Remember
Jan. 18 ........._...Tuesday St. Augustine! ........._..Home no '

Jan. 21 ......._........Friday St. Joseph ..._.............Away .

Jan. 25 ................Tuesday Lopez .........................Home \ .. ''; "

Jan. 28 ......:...._.....Friday Florida Military ..._..Home ,. '
Feb. 1 ......._.......Tuesday Crescent City ............Away FREE! A cay tt-p*. book chockful of A q

Feb. 4 ....................Friday Hillard ..........._.._......Away Christmas ideas, DeW recipes party decoration ': .t'l
Feb. 5 ......._.......Saturday St. Augustine ............Away *. fifl-wrappinc Up and auf twUonc to -: ,n ;'

Feb. 8 ..........'......Tuesday Florida D & B......._...Home help brighten your holiday.Get free copyat

Feb. 11 ......._.........Friday Callahan ...................Away your electrical appliance dealer now! .

Feb. 15 ....._.......Tuesday Hastings ..._..,.._........Home r 'SOC "Q p ,

Feb. 18 ..............._.Friday Baldwin ..............._....Away ."'
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