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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 9, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, NO. 49 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR

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Bunnell Voters SOCIAL SECURITYREPRESENTATIVE County Board CHRISTMAS LIGHTSTO Federal Funds


Approve Water Has Routine BE TURNED ON For Program In
AT CIVIC CENTER DURING WEEKENDThe

Treatment Plant F. G. Shaw, representative of Meet MondayThe Christmas lights and deco- County SchoolsA

the Daytona Beach Social Security rations will be turned on duringthe
Bunnell voters went to the Board of County Commissioners
that he federal law passed last year
office said
Monday
poll to vote 113 for to 18 againstthe held Its stated monthly' weekend, possibly tonight or
federal funds assistIn
provides to
will be at the library room of
Friday night, city workmen said
water treating plant for the meeting Monday, disposing of
the raising the educational and
the civic center building sec-
City Water Tuesday.The routine business Including buy. today.
health standards of "dlsadvan-
and In each month.
Tuesday
treament plant will be from L. H. Ortagus a truck The strings of colored lightsare
ng taged school children :5
Mr. Shaw said this will be a ages
designed to treat both for the and trailer (do boy) for 4250. being put up on the down through 17 "
distinct service to those who' years.
and the Iron In the Shows of town streets and around Lake
hardness Bing operator Bang'sFish
The will be Into
have business with the Social program put
Lucille In
may front of the Community
A spoks- the Intracoastal
present water system. Camp on
effect here shortly. On six
page
Security office since for several
Center. Workmen said the
man for the engineering company Waterway near Marineland. ,
of this Issue the school board is
months they have been re
target day for turning on the
who have been employedto came before the board relativeto advertising for various classesof
quired to go to the Daytona lights was Friday but they hop.
make the survey and offer the danger of large boats on help to out the
Beach office. carry pro.
ed to flush earlier.
the said the Iron contentIn the creating waves
plans, lie said that one having waterway gram. The total program will be
any .
the water after treatment, questions concerning social 'security that endangered fishermen In paid from federal funds. Flag.
will be reduced from 300 parts 'small boats. lie said that he I ler County has been allocated
matters or wanting Information
per million to about 70 parts per should contact him on thought that the county should. Bunnell Wins $46,000 for the program.
million. secure a boat and a special deputy
his here.FiveYear. The program's purpose, It was
The City Commissioners planto day to patrol that section of the Opener FridayThe stated, Is the enrichment of the

to use the workmen from the waterway.The Instructional program In all

b.... water department to do part of Needs board said that It was Bunnell High School !schools and the Improvement of

, the building for the new plant having signs warning boat op. opened their basketball season the health of the children within .
. which will reduce the cost of the Of Schools Here erators of the danger to smaller Friday night with a 4 .43 win the age bracket.

", plant. It Is estimated the plant craft, and that these would be over Florida Military Academy. Basically, the program Is designed .

will cost about 6000000. It Is To Be SurveyedIt put up shortly. The board said Throughout the game and until to equip a county mater.
. anticipated this will be paid off that: since the sheriff has his own the last few seconds, the Acad lals center with instructionalaids

} from revenue from the water department was announced at the meet. budget, the problem Is up to the emy led In both points and re to supplement presently existing

I In about seven or eight Ing of the school board Tuesday sheriffs department. bounds.In teaching material for all

L years. Cost to the minimum morning that a flve year school Agreed to hold hearing on the third quarter Florida children but especially for the

f water consumers will be an ad. needs survey will be made soon, closing of a part of Old Dixie Military Academy had a comfortable "economically and educationally

dltional dollar per month. with Benton Clifton, principal of Highway In Knox Jones Sub. In lead of 11 points, but deprived children.

l The vote Tuesday was a straw Bunnell High In charge. Mr. Espanola, and also a vacate a with a tremendous effort the The program will also provide

i vote for the approval of the Clifton with others has Just plat of Terrace Beach in Flagler Fighting Bulldogs came back school aids In each school center

I plans. It Is expected the Engineering completed such a survey In Seminole Beach where a golf course Is being for a 2 point win. and supplement the food

i Company will be ready to County. constructed at present. I Name FC FT F. Pts. health program, particularly the
begin construction plans for the The survey Is made regularly M. Tucker.3 2 1 8

! forms in the near future. each five years and ,Is for the Annual Christmas B. EIsenbach..1 3 0 ::5 economically deprived children.and educationally

purpose of trying to 'determine Program at S. Rockett ........1 1 1 3

the building needs of the system Foster Stephen W. Cowart .....,.4 4 3 12

VFW Auxiliary for! the next five years. The talented Sterrett Family J. Knight ..........4 0 1 8 Smith Speaks At

Agreed to buy protective and church choirs from Gainesville S. Robertson ....0 0 4 0

, Sponsors Blood glasses for shop and laboratory I and Live Oak will be fea G. Miller ..........4 3 1 11 Senior Citizens
students In high I schools.: ; 'tured in"a"program of Christmas ] TOTALS IT '13 11- 4t .

Drawing Dec. 14 Authorized County Supt. liar music next Sunday (Dec. 12)) at Bunnell 6 19 32 45 43 Dinner MeetingRaymond

The Ladles Auxiliary of the ris to try to secure from government 2:30: p. m. In the Tower Auditorium Fla. Mil. Acad 12 20 38 43 43
surplus at Blanding needed the Foster Smith, Veterans
VFW Poet 5213 are sponsoring a at Stephen
Name FG FT F Pts.
for tables and filing cabinets. Memorial at White Springs, according County Service Officer, was guest
blood drawing Peggy
special Beard, R..8 0 1 16
speaker at the Tuesday evening
Discussed plans with Craig
Worley on December 14. to an announcement by Hart, B..8. 0 4 16
meeting of the Flagler Senior
Gehlert. architect, on buildingsat Miss Thetma Bolt In
,
Bloodmobile from program
The Daytona -
SchooL Included Schneider, J..1 1 :5 3 Citizens Club, held In the clubroom .

Bunnell
High
Beach Red Cross Blood Bank director.It Parks, R. .....1 0 2 2 of the Municipal Building
will be at the Bunnell Civic Cen- Is the building of a complete will be the eighth consecutive Campbell ........2 2 4 G Flagler Beach. There 53
( for were
building required
ten from 3 to 7 p. m. on Tuesday library annual Christmas program TOTALS 20 3 12 43 members to hear Smith
present
additional
December 14 for the special accreditation), two at the Memorial for Dr. Delbert Next home game, December discuss pension benefits and thefed"al
I blood taking. class rooms. The tentative plans Sterrett and his family, she said. 10, Crescent City. hospitalization
in the also show where buildings can program
has been
Mrs. Worley The Highlands Presbyterian r
I of for former service men. A question
hospital for the past several be placed In future expansion Church Choir of Gainesville, directed .
Bunnell their
girls opened and answer period followed
weeks and has to have several the school pJant.Alret"d by Mrs. Jane Richards
1965-Gfl basketbal with his talk.
season a
transfusions each week. to "Junk" a bus (It has and Choir of
,i blood Sterrett the Adult
of service for several 33.20 win over Ocala High The scheduled showing of a
been out
/
, Those wishing to contribute the Live Oak First BaptistChurch
School. film on nursing service had to
r blood for her to the Civic years) and sell It to the Boardof under the direction' of
,
, may go
Dunson lead the Bull be
Commissioners for "$1 Judy poaponed until Jan. 4 due to
r Center. For more Information and County other valuable considerations. Kent Taylor, will be making dogs with 18 points. Marge the fact that the film could not
of the Auxlllary. -
contact members ." their tint appearance on the Blakely scored 7 points. In the be secured In time for the meet-

1 discussion Memorial's annual Christmas rebound department Shirley
After much agreedto Ing.Welcomed
under Public program. This promises to be Townsend led with 12. Into the Club were

OCTOBER CIGARETTE Law adopt 8910 a where program$46,000 of fed. one of the season's best concerts The next home game will be new members Mr. and Mrs.

TAX DISTRIBUTED eral funds will be made avail. of Christmas music" to be pre. ; with Plerson on Dec. 18, IOCS, Charles Charon, bringing total

Rem Morris Director of the able to "economically and educationally sented anywhere, said Miss at 7:00: p. m.Bunnell' membership Boltln.
child. scoring: ed to have Its annual Christmas
State Beverage Department, reports disadvantaged
The Highlands Presbyterian FG FT Pts. at the next ached.uled .
party regular
that the net dgarette tax ren" In this county. (See separate
this ). Church Choir will sing three Dunson .. .............._.6 0 18 meeting, December 21. The
collections' for the month of October story on page
choruses from The Messiah" by Blakely ............._...... 3 1 1 Club also gave Its endorsementof
1969 amount to 11,521.136. Handel, excerpts from "The Mystery Tucker, B. ?..._...........2 1 ::5 a dinner at the clubroom on

92.Flagler FLAGLER BEACH of Bethlehem" by Healey Tucker, C. ...-......._._ 1 0 2 Christmas day for those members
County municipalities
Williams and several contemporary Weaver .._._.._..._ 0 1 1 who would lib to get together
received the following: YOUTH CHOIR AT Christmas compositions In.
this &IJon.America' .
on O<<
Bunnell. $2.%27.12. eluding "Carol of the Little 12 9 33
BUNNELL BAPTISTNext
Beverly Beach, 123.62. "
Drum. Score by quarters: largest herd of wild
Flagler Beach $828.31. Sunday, at the evening The Live Oak Baptist Church lit 2d 3d 4th Tot buffalo some 1,200 roams

Marineland. $94.05. worship service, the.Methodist Choir will sing selections from Bunnell .. .11 7 6 9 33 South Dakota's CUlt<< State

Painters lUll $1L8& Youth Choir of Flagler Beach "Dawn of Redeeming Grace," a Ocala ." 6 6 0 8 20 Park. ,..
musical Christmas cantata.
will present a special
program at the First Baptist Following the program the 97
LEHIGH GIVES 5
Church of BunnelL The choir Is bell carillon will play a recital Christmas Lighting ContestTo

ACRES LAND TO under t be direction of Mrs. Ber of Christmas music
ale Wilson. Mrs. James Hall Is I Miss Boltln pointed out that enter the Dunnell And surrounding area Christ

.. HOPE CEMETERYThe accompanist The program will I there Is no admission charge tor mu Lighting Contest, Ml in the form and mall to

Lehlgh Portland Cement begin at 8:00 and all are Invitedto the pedal program other than Lighting Contest, Care Flagler Tribune, Box 38,

Co. has given a plot of land adjoining attend.At the regular entry fee for entry Bunnell, Florida.

Hope Cemetery to the the Sunday morning worship Into the 243-acre Foster Memorial The contest Is sponsored by The American Legion,

cemetery association O. F. Al- service, pictures will be grounds. Post 115.
ford said today. made of the congregation and

Through the efforts of Mr. Al- the choir. All members and The Florida Sweet Com Advisory NameAddress...__..___..__.........._............_.._._....
ford and Henry Burks, plant friends of the Church are urgedto Committee' Is a regulatory
of entry ...__ _.___ ...
manager for the cement com be present for these pictures. committee appointed by the N I NMNMN.1 N N

t pany. the new addition to the The sermon topic for the morning commissioner of agriculture to Business entry __.....____...._.., ,. .-...._..--.
cemetery was obtained withottcost service will be The Advantages promote sweet com through adrertlslng .

Christ In. and Residence entry .. : ......
of .
This additional land about Keeping an grade quality con ----- -1F. -----

doubles the size of the cemetery. fant". trols.







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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 9, 1965


,
I which will not roll between the I\ TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
,I Selection of A FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
I
fingers. The spruces have triangular IN CHANCKHY NO. 8168


Christmas Tree I between needles the fingers.To which. will roll IRENE SALVATORE"RUSSO. Plaintiff,

Call On Us nusso.

Often at this season people ,' test for a fresh tree, rub Defendant

rules the branches to see If the needles NOTICE TO DEFEND
If there
wonder are any I i I' THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
or guide lines for selecting a are still moist and to see if they SALVATORE RUSSO.

the base whose residence and post office
good Christmas tree. I will stay on. Tap on are unknown.

ofI I the ground a few times also. You are hereby notified that a

The choice of species, If the needles fall It has been suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled and
on what Is available cause; you
course depends out too long to be a good buy. are hereby required ktoorlhr.o answer
When and to some extent what with the ,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
price a person Is willing !to pay. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,

But there are several things to There are more than 697,000 whose name and address Is:
SAMUEL V. HOLCH .
keep in mind when shopping fora acres of Florida citrus on which HO North Third Street

tree regardless of the kind, are over 49 million trees. later Palatka.than Floridanot December 18, A. D.

says Extension Forester A. S. 1965.If.
1\ TilE CIRCUIT COfRT OF you fall to do so, decree pro
Jensen, Florida Agricultural Extension FLAKLKIt ('()I". TY. FLORIDA confesso will be entered against
You Need Service. l\ ('IIA ('fnY >0. SHE you for the relief demanded the
RITA CIVITAN bill of complaint. The nature of
Buying a tree from the Christmas Plaintiff, said suit being for divorce.WITNESS .
VI.JOtlN my hand and seal of
tree lot easily is susuallya C1VITAN, said Court this 16th day of November *
Defendant. A. D. 1965.
good idea. In most cases the OTICK: TO DKFKM) (Official Seal) E. A. BMYTHE

homemaker can !take better care THE! STATE OK FLORIDA. TO Clerk of said Circuit Court
JOHN CIVITAN By Julia n. Harvey
of the tree than the dealer does. whose residence and Deputy Clerk
post office address are unknown Nov. 18.28 AIV Dec 2-9-Ito
This is especially true If the tree notified that a .
You are hereby
is one which was shipped in suit has been filed against you In TIIK COUNTY JUDGF'S11tT
GOODPrinting the above entitled cause; and you IV AND FOR FLAOLKR CO UN.
such as Scotch pine, Doug. are hereby required kt"orlhr.o'O an* TY FLORIDA. I.V IMIOIIATE NO.
las fir or spruce. These trees are ewer with the : t, In Re: Estate of
ROSE MARIE
and to serve a copy thereof upon SECKNER
often cut months In advance of the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, Deceased
whose name and address Is: NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Christmas and kept in cold RAY SELDEN TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY
Selden Building CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
storage. Daytona Beach Floridanot THE ESTATE OF: ROSE MARIE
Locally grown Christmas trees, later than January 8, A. D. 1966. SECKNER. DECEASED.
If you fall to do so, decree pro Pursuant to Section 735.01. FlorIda
such as red cedar, Arizona cypress confesso will be entered against Statutes notice Is hereby

and sand pine, are usuallycut you for the relief demanded In the given that an order has been en.
bill of complaint. The nature of feted by this court
only a day or two before said suit being for divorce. ministration of the :fla ln'fiO-S
WITNESS my hand and seal of MARIE SECKNER. Deceased as
they are displayed on the lot. said Court this 7th day of December unnecessary. Kindly govern your

Unfortunately, trees grown and A. I). 1965. selves accordingly. First
(Official Real: ) E. A. SMYTHS tlon: November 15th l.ubllca-
harvested in Florida dry out Clerk of said Circuit Court /ST.. K. McKNIGHTCounty

faster than most northern trees. By Julia It. Harvey Judge
Deputy Clerk Nov. 25 & Dec. Z.9.U-4tc
This is so because of the long i Dec. .S..S.n-4to
IV COI'RT OF TIlE COUNTY
growing season where trees nev- : SeaJt"U bids: ST FOR IIID1 JCIHitC. FLAGLKH COUNTY,
become domant. In will be received In STATE OF FLORIDA.IV .
really
er '
the office of the City Clerk of the PKOIIATK.
general, spruces shed their City of.enter In the In re the Estate of
nBtuilding on
OFFICE FORMS ..
Civic or "be ROYAL ACKLEY WOOD.
needles sooner than either pineor fore 4:30: p. m. on the 20th day of Deceased.

fir. Pines are usually recognized December, A. i). 1965, for one (1) TO At.r WHOM IT MAY CO '.
1966 flat bed dump truck with the CERN:
by most people. They come I following specifications: I V"I I Is hereby given that
ENVELOPESINVOICES Mln. (i. V. W. -20.000 Ibs. A. RAYMOND AND
2.5 needles, a leaf sheath. Fir Wheel Base-14" cab to axle. !' KENNETH W. RAYMOND filed

trees such as balsam fir and the Transmission speed forward their final report as Executors of
Rear Axle-2 speed-15.000 lb. the estate of ROYAL ACKLEY
Douglas fir has short flat needles Hnglne-6 WOOD, deceased; that they filed
cylinder of at leastTlresll their petition for final dlschar!!, and
I.V TIIR CIRCUIT COMIT !1KVKVTII 2U C I. n. that they will apply to the honorable -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV I :25x20: 10 ply tube type. T. K. McKnlght, County Judge
AND FOR FLAULKH COUNTY Brakes-Hydraulic with vacuum ?.wrUBl'r.cuntjr' Florida on the
LETTER HEADS FLORIDA. CIIASCF.HY NO. BIN* j booster type. day of January, 1966. for ap
JUDITH ABICHT FO' Four lamp flasher signals. proval of same and for final dls-
Plaintiff I Heavy duty rear and auxiliary charge a. Executors of the estateof
springs.Flat ROYAL ACKLET WOOD, deceased -
RALPH ARDITH'[ FOWLER. bed dump with 10 gaugesteel on this' '"* day of October
BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS Defendant.JIOTICM bottom 12' long by 90" wide. 1964
OF+ PI'DLICATIOV O.V Twin Ram Hydraulic Dump. Vernon Raymond
HILL FOR VOUCH West Coast mirrors both sides. Aw. Raymond
IN THH NAME OF THE STATEOF Bulkhead on cab end of body Executors of the estate
FLORIDA with rear window of ROYAL ACKLEY
TO RALPH ARWTH FOWLER. A trade-in allowance on 19SS 2 WOOD, deceased.
whose: residence Is unknown. Ton, I cyllner Ford dump truck to Dec. 2, 9. U, 23-4tc.
be
considered I In bidding.
GREETINGS You are :hereby cited, notified, Prices to be .', O. B. Bunnell. Indlcatlng NOTICE OF 1VTF.VTIOW TO

admonished, ordered, and require* approximate delivery date. RKftMTP.il FICTITIOUS NAME
BILL HEADS to file your answer to the bill o f Each bid shall be addressed to In accordance with Section 165.09,
complaint filed against you the City Commission P. O. Box 756, Florida Statutes. t under-
In the nr.UJn In the Itunnell!' Florida' marked "Bid on s.igned will register lththfl Clerk
office of the Clerk of the Circuit 1961 Flat nd Dump Truck". The or the Circuit Court In Vlacler
Court In and for Flagler County City I Commissioners reserve the County, Florida upon receipt 01
RULED FORMS Florida, on or before the 10th day right to reject any and all bids and proof f Publication of this notice
of January A. D. 1X6. and to serve to accept the bid that In Its Judg- the following' fictitious name, to.wit -
a such answer upon DavidL. m.nt will be for the best interest : "A1A Motel" under which we
Back. Plaintiffs attorney here. "'tufcJU&i! Uunn'I. inI3rlclal are engaged In the operation of a
in, whose address Is First Federal $ mr hand motel on Highway A1A. Flagler
TICKETS and TAGS
Building Sot North Clrandvlew Avenue seal. this 30th day: November, A. Beech Flagler County Florida In
I) 1965
Daytona Beach. Florida, on which business the lerllJl'ned aren
or before said date as required by /8Martin H. McDanlel. Mayor the only persons Interested
the Laws of Florida and the Flor City of unn.", Florida .Vlui.** Flagler Beach Florida.
Ida Rules of Civil Procedure.The ATTESTS : t s.aOth day of November A. D.
Flagler Tribune Is hereby / / Mrs. Nancy C Rodgers, City 19
'OIROULARSANNOUNOEMENTS designated .. the newspaper In Clerk. Dec. J. 9.-Jtc.IV Hayton R. Lehr
which this order shall be publl.hed Edna H. Lehr
once a week for four consecutive TIIK CIRCUIT COIl!? OF !* '
:'Ot'ItT:
weeks HEREIN FAIL NOT OU A FLAOI.F.R COUNTY. FLORIDAIV IN Tin: CIHCliT EV-
DECREE PRO CONFESHO WILL CIIAVCF.RV NO. BUT ESTli .II' (' :
HE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR P1ETRO MARTINO. FLORID".1 *OLKI"CCOI75 T7

SUCH FAILURE.The Plaintiff, .
nature of this suit Is a bill nu ( .:JtY' Nee 151"2.
for divorce. ISIDOUA MA'RTINO. OEOHla LESLiE: MOORE,
WITNESS my hand and seal of Defendant.NOTICE !'lalntiff,
office at Uunnell. Flagler County TO AIM'KAR LOUSE
Florida this (th day of December, TIIF STATE OF FTxmiDA. TO: JANIE OORE,
A. !). IMS. ISIDOUA MARTINO Defendant.TO .
(feat ti.t? 8MTTHE. whose residence and post office JANIEIU)11VIeEMOOit;
: of the Circuit Court are unknown. : .
Flagler County Florida You are hereby notified that a Whose residence' 'I.: Unknow'ouflr'AnLtwetht
David U Black suit has been filed against you In Toff ARE HEltlny {
. We Don't Do The MostPRINTING Attorney for Plaintiff the above entitled cause; and you > Clerk ot l:Court
1 sot North tlrandvlew Avenue are hereby required an* the Dill of Com.
(. Dajrtona Deach. Florida saver with the ktoorlthr.oo: t fabovlr1 *I'P 'ou In
Doc. >, U. IS. 30-4tc.VOTICH and to serve a copy thereof upothe n fore entitled cause on w or be-

plaintiff I or plaintiffs attorney, un the, aht day of December. A.D. .
f who* name and address Is: .nd serve a ropy thereof
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;: SAMUEL V. 1IOLT1 Upon MAURICE WAGNEI1 I'lalntift' -
You will take notice that the 110 North Third Street Attorney, whose address I.
Hoard of County Commissioners ofFlagler Palatka. Florida 111 nurlel.h Avenue lost Office
County In accordance with not later than December II, A. D "THEr
provisions of Sections 131 Of and L rfS. PALAGLEItyTItIBUNE-rtdis
1110. Florida Statutes. 1M. upon If you fall to do so. decree pro hereby designated' .. the newspa-
J But We Do Some of the Best petition of II. C. COBB and LUCILLE confesso will b* entered against published per In which this order shall be
COUIi, hi. wife; A. O. you for the relief demanded in the once a week for tour (H
DRADLEY and I.UI.A I1RA1)I.EYhis bill of eowpUlnt. The nature ofsaid consecutive NOT weeks HEJtEIN FAIL
wife CLIFFORD WALTER suit being for divorce. s'ESgo on A DECREE J'HO CN-
THOMPSON and OKAIU.DENR H. WITNESS my hand and seal of .( WILL lIE ENTEREDlAINST
THOMPSON, hi. wife AND ETTIB said Court this 16th day of. November C 1tE; YOU TOn BUCII FAIL-
HUNTER, a single er.n'IJ"d att A. D. IMS. "
00 o'clock A. M. y (Official Heal) E. A. SMTTHEIV for The' nature of this suit Is a billBuWneu'E1na.niI.ha
of Janus 1800, at Its meeting Clerk of said room In the County Court House "y Julia n. Harvey. 1 In liunnell. Florida, consider and
Deputy Clerk County Florida
a 1f determine whether or not the Noy. n.u A Dec. 3'S-Ste this 1963. nth day November. A. D.
County will vacate, discontinue, _.
close and renounce and disclaim TIIR COUNTY EVIL .A. 8TT1n
Jt'IKJPr :.
any right of the County>> and the 1w Afl) rOR FLAWLF.R COURT('01.,.. Curt, nacl.+ .. Count,., FlorttC
; Dial 4373282The Public In and to any land or in.terest TY. rl.oIU..4. IS PROnAT OFFICIAL
therein acquired for roador CA"F NO. SEAL
highway purposes, which said IN RE: Estate of Dy. Julia n. ?.?.,
road or highway Is more particu PAUL n. VOOEU an. Deputy Clerk. '
larly described as follows: That Deceased.NOTICEe Dee. J. 8, 18. %IUcr
Fart of the Old<< Dlste Highway ly.Ing TO CltRDITORa
between the South boundarl. All creditors of the estate
of Lots 8. T. I, t, Block A. and VOQEU SR, deceased of
[ Lot. *- 8. 8* I I ". ts"j. '* are Ulh"Y and red << 1rllglrr
'I"1! requf mrtbultl
13. IT, Block II of Knot Jones Sub: to file any ns or demands
':.' division Espanola. Florida accord which they may have against
t. l log to Plat Hook 1. Page I, nd estate In the office of the Bounty said kCNNELL, FLORIDA
Plat Book I. Page 11, Public. Re, Judge *' Flagler County Florida
,
ords of Flagler Count,. Florida, In the courthouse at Dunn.IL
and the Northerly right of way Ida within six calendar nor- ula. K D. FULLER.PAGE salver
months
boundary of State Road No. 11 in wW.k date of the first publleaIon -
Flagler County Florida of this notice Each claim Dnissatea
or : Mw.
All Interested HeMe tae all
parties mar apl'4'&I'an4 demand must b* In writing
be heard at the time and place must state the place of residence and Legal A4se..aEntev.d ..
above specified.Dated and post-ofilee address of the
this lib day of December,, ant and must b* sworn to bv claim the
Flagler Tribune A. D HOARD 1966. claimant his agent, or his attorney r"b"a,..aa..second due matter
OP COTTNTT OOMMISSIONKHS it will become void 1812, at the poet.

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Origin of Moon moon's source.Eeorth'sChlld.TheoryG.

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Still MystifiesThe Charles. H. Dawin Darwin, son originally of naturalist ad- WE GIVE METTS Quantity Reserved Rights

that the moonis ***
Scientists vanced the theory
a child of the earth. The TOP Prices Good

r Astronauts exploring the moon younger Darwin suggested that Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
may eventually clear up Its the moon was cast off when VALUE
SUPER MARKET and MondayDec
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mysteries but astronomers do the original earth moon mass i
not yet know how the moon was still Ould.Darwin's 9, 10, 11, 13

... came Into being. theory was later STAMPS 103 So Railroad I

Years ago many scientists modified by scientists who suggested TELEPHONE 437-3201 I
believed the moon was a chunk that the moon's ejection
. of the earth. Theoretically, it .occurred after the earth-moon
. r was torn loose billions of years ;mass had cooled enough to havea FLA. GRADE "A"
.I ago leaving the Pacific Ocean'sbed thin crust. The ejection would' COP E LAN D STEWING SMALL MEATY

as a scar. 'naturally have left a big hole I 4 Lb. to 6 Lb. Ave.
.: Opinion has now shifted toward and cracked the remaining crust. SPARE '
the belief that the moon and Examining the earth these scl- SMOKED HENS
t\ earth were created separately entlsts theorized that the bed of
" the National Geographic says. the Pacific was the "scar." RI B S
Then the moon was capturedas But evidence has mounted against PICNICS (Fresh, Not Frozen)
a sattlllte by the earth's Darwin's theory. The Pacific
is only a few miles deep,
gravitational pull. Lb..19- Lh. .
Some astronomers think the so it seems unlikely that it Lb. 45 55
capture might have resulted In could represent the hole left bya .
a fantastic cataclysm. Vast body the size of the moon. Limit ((3)) Please
quantities of moon matter may Moreover, marine geologistshave
," have rained Into the earth, ac- found that the Pacific floor
! cording to this the theory making Is essentially the same as other
I the earth's crust largely of ocean floors. TENDER JUICY ARMOUR (Capital) THRIFTWAY
lunar origin-rather than the The most telling argument against -
'
Darwin's theory has come CUB SMOKED (ALL-MEAT)
from mathematicians who say
ADSListings that a large mass could not
i WANT have been whirled off Into space STEAK SAUSAGE WIENERS
' and remained Intact, as Darwin
I' under this heading are had supposed.
3 teats a word each insertion. Double Planet?
75 cents is the minimum charge

FOR SALE-gas heater, 50,000: child The," says moon astronomer Is not Patrick earth's Lb. 89' Lb. 39 PkQ. 49-

BTU circulating type almost Moore. "In fact It Is best to regard -
new cost $100.00. Will sell for the Earth-Moon system as
$50.00. Bardltzky 6th and Cen a double planet rather than as
tral North. Dec. 9, ltc. a planent and satellite since World's Best Ground FAVOR AGED CHUCK
I
sedan.I the Moon Is much too large to
Call FOR Martin SALE-1956 Harding Buick, 437.3669.j be ranked as an Inferior body." BEEF 3-T STEAK -. 59''
11.9-tP: A puzzling fact Is the moon'srelative
fulufflness; It is far less
FLAGLER BEACH AUCTION I dense than the earth. This suggests PILLSBURY (Plain or S. R.)
every Thursday night at 7:30 that the moon must have
and Sunday afternon at 1:30.: i been created In an entirely different 5u
This Thursday Dec. 10, will be i manner. FLOUR 37'
the largest sale of the year. Lots' Harold C. key, a Nobel prize-
of Christmas merchandise. All winning chemist, believes the Bag
12.9-1tc Is much older
new. moon actually Limit (1)) with 5.00 or more food order
than the earth. Writes Dr. Urey:
WANTED suction or 4 Inch portable in fair "Its composition Is more nearly WILSON (Shortening)
diaphragm pump that of the Sun and the original
condition. Phone 439-2023 after solids in the primitive dust cloud
Dec. 9, 1 tc. 3 Lb.
6 p. m.
(from which the planets form. BAKERITE 37
Christmas Parakeets for sale- ed.)"
very healthy and colorful. Phone Originally, Dr. Urey contends, Tin
4392006. Pattie or Debbie Meek. space around the sun teemed
Ins. 12.2.3tc. with moon-sized bodies.Through Limit ((1) with 5.00 or more food order

collisions dispersion of the EVERFRESII (20 oz. Large)
FOR RENT- 2 bedroom duplex lighter material and consolidation
apt., screened porch and carport of what remained, the planets I
Call 4373304. 11-25-Tfc: were formed. The moon I BREAD 4 Loaves 85''

FOR SALE. LEASE. OR RENT how survived' ass relic of an
2-bedroom Florida room and earlier stage. Eventually It was
captured by the earth.
beach house unfurnish
carport Swedish physicist Hannes Alf- VAN CAMP 300 CAN
ed. Hurricane fence encloses

back yard. Call 437-3472. 11-4-tf ven moon believes was captured that It when was part.the 1 Pork & Beans 8 Cu 1

FOR SALE-3 bedroom 2U ly torn asunder by the earth's
k. bath, double garage central gravity. During the great cataclysm
,. heating, Ore place large Florida fragments bombarded
a." room situated on 160x110 waterfront what remained of the moon Limit 8 Please
lot. Call 439-2203 Flagler forming many of the craters THRIFTY
Beach. 11-4-tf that are the moon's most distinctive FRESH PRODUCE -

SEWING MACHINE 1965 Model feature today. GOLDEN YELLOW BLEACH Cal. 29BT -
clearance tale. We have 7 1965
Honey produced from the bios 1f),
round bobbin sewing machinesleft. BANANASFANCY Lb.
earns of some species of Asian
These machines are completely
rhododendron is poisonous to EVERFRESH
guaranteed. Equipped to man, but bees thrive on It. Ea.
:zig-zag, makes buttonholes, etc SWEET
$25 is total price. Will accept
CAKES 39'
older machine for part payment.Call PETERSON TEXACO POTATOES 10JELLY
Orlando 425-3577: collect. SERVICE

11-4-Jan 6-lOtcCOX'S ROAD SERVICE JUICY SWEET
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Fla Hwy. 11. will pick up and Phase 437-3441 BunacU
deliver all furniture free. For TANGARINES 920'OZ. WINTER GARDEN
sample material and prices on
labor call 437-3673. 7-1-tf HASTINGS MATTRESS BAG APPLE, PEACH or

SEPTIC TAKE cleaning; drain & UPHOLSTRY WORKS CHERRY $4.00
ORANGES39' PIES- 3 for
Ol41ln1taUed; snail shelL Reasonable 710.12 Lemon St.
prices. Call George Jaroz. Palatka. Florida
ID 7-3410 '.I.t! Phone EA 5-9166

"" JOHNSTON'S Mattress a.paI.ncI rnnUroUpboUtertav A& sea Refinished Springs 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP

rLAct.EB BEACH REALTY COLOIS Mode to Order AIM Xnorotad TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
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noNT'1 After .100 M-
WATER FRONT PRICES BZASOMABLZ. 3 Lb*. or More 2 do*. Eggs (1) Broom or

Wt; .. lee ass for your ACREAGE real estate seeds BUDGET PLAN IT NEEDED. Chuck Roast (Large) Mop
Jut as near as
Office Phone HE f-2342 Phone ee Post Office year Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After 'j
Residence Phones ID 7-3601 Drop Us A Card e* Call Monday, Dec. 13, 1965 Monday, Dec. 13, INS Monday, Dec. 13, 1965
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GARDEN CLUBSPONSORS FIREMEN SPONSOR
YULE CHRISTMAS PARTY I
LIGHTING CONTESTThe & CENTRAL AVE FLAGLER EEACH
The Flagler Beach Christmas
Flagler Beach Garden party, sponsored each year by PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
Club is again sponsoring the the City of Flagler Beach, will THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
Christmas Lighting Contest for be held at 7:00 p. m. Tuesday' DECEMBER 9, 10, 11, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS

residents of Flagler Beach. The 'night, Dec. 21, at the new Flag I Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
Club is offering four prizes. ler Beach firehouse. The Fire
The Judging will be done duringthe Dept.. will be in charge of the ALL OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF NATURALLY -
week of December 20. Mrs. affair. All the children will receive .
AGED FOR TENDERNESS AND FLAVOR. CUT TO ORDER IF DESIRED
Frank Brede has been named a Christmas stocking from
FOR YOUR EATING PLEASURE.U. .
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chairman for the contest. Santa Claus.At

7:30 p. m. Thursday night, S. CHOICE
FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL Dec. 23, the firemen will hold SIRLOIN CUBE
HONOR ROLL their own Christmas party at the ,

Grade 3 new firehouse. Santa will be OR STEAK Ib.U. 9S
Cheryl Hoskins there, gifts exchanged, and
Becky Anderson there will be singing and enter.tainment. FULL CUT ROUND .

Patty Reynolds I ThIs event is for fire. ,
Grade 4 men and their families. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED LEAN & TASTY

Mike Abbott ... CHUCK ALL MEAT
Jeff Babbitt ROAST Lb. 49 STEW Lb. 69
Rodney Law Coast Guard Lieutenant Billy
Craig Wilder j k, .; E. Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
/ Hobert Murphy of Flagler, Florida
Carson
Elizabeth .
U. S.
of CHOICE FLAVOR AGED
participated in the rescue
Nancy Duncan \ FLA. GRADE "A"
Cherie Hanna 469 survivors of the SS Yarmouth CHUCK
Peggy ReynoldsPam Castle while serving at the Coast STEAK.. 59 STEWING '
Thomas ", Guard Air Station in Miami, HENS Lb. 19
Florida.
Dale Johnson
SMALL-LEAN & MEATY
Jackie Robinson The Yarmouth Castle burned
Grade 5 and sank 120 miles east of Mi FRESH PORK THRIFTWAY SLICED
Ralph Abraham ami in mid November.

Thea Karen HeinBarbara Duncan Miami Coast air Guardsmen station rescued from the the SPARE RIBS Lb. 59' BACON Lb. 69'

Martin 469 survivors of the vessel,
Debbie Meekins
Jack Rawlins which carried 552 passengersand 200-2-PLY FLOCANEKLENEX
crewmembers.
Nadine Burritt
The Coast Guard Air Station's
Grade 6
primary mission is aerial search SUGAR
James Babbitt
and rescue over waters of the
Wayne Ihitchlnson Florida Straits, and parts of the
Stella Weaver 5 Lb.
Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mex '
Sue Ellen Seale lco.I Pkg. 10' Bag 29f

I SAVE 17c PER PKG.

PARTYWEDNESDAT I I Limit 2 with 5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
A SURPRISE TO COME Books Are My DishBy

According to program chairman Dorothy Hotnons 24 OZ. CRISCO
Mrs. Jasper White, the
Flagler Woman's Club membersand The Flagler Beach Library, 24 Oz.Bottle.
Invited guests will exper sponsored by the Flagler Worn COOKING OIL 39'FRESH
fence a unique idea when they an's Club, has bought three
meet Wednesday, Dec. 15th, at good-sized wall maps In full Limit 1-With 5.00 or more food order
12:30 p. m. to celebrate the color of the World, the United
Birthday of our Lord. States, and the Solar System. PRODUCE PEPPERIDGE FARMS
There will be a covered dish Some day, I fear, we will havea -
POULTRY
f' luncheon with a program. Members moon map. Mr. E. II. Thread.
are asked to invite friends gill, who is In charge of the new U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
and to bring a dish of their favorite golf course being built near 10 b. STUFFING Pkg. 25BAKERY '
food to share with others. here, has given the Library a lot Bag 49 '
The Club will furnish the bread of magazines available only to Limit 2 Please
and tea or coffee along with the builders-magazInes for which
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theme a birthday cake will be Mr. Threadgill made reports. I
"House and Home" and "Prac
served. Like the Wise Men 15 OZ.
EVER.FRESHBANANAS
FANCY
GOLDEN RIPE
brought gifts to the Baby Jesus, tical Builder." Whether you are I
JELLY
there will also be a dollar gift building or not, these magazinesmake '
exchange to enjoy. fascinating reading. Ware Lb. 10* ROLLS Each 39'
all cave dwellers at heart.

! \ Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Wyland of Mr. George Wlckllne has given FROZEN FOODS
Ft. Mill, S. C., were recent guests several books on current events I -
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Thomp. that were a part of his trip EMPEROR RED 9 OZ. MASTER CHEF
j. son. While here Rev. Wyland abroad. The Sam Novlcks have FRENCH

lit' filled Church.the They pulpit were at visiting the Methodist points book given on a "Piloting completely, Seamanshipand illustrates" GRAPES 2-29 0 FRIES Pka. 10

" of interest in Florida on their. Small Boat Handling. The
Robert Hirsts DAIRY
honeymoon. H. have given
\ many fine books. Mrs. Hur
several basketloads YELLOW COOKING SEALTEST HOMOGENIZED
brought over
COMMUNITY
MEMORIAL of books and a thirty volume set % Gal.
t CHURCH NEWS of Wilkie Collins who wrote ONIONS 19' MilK Ctn. 49

Sunday School is at 9:45: a. m. "The Moonstone," the first psychological ix
andn morning worship service thriller. Mr. Jasper Limit 2 Please
I
r'f.' at 11 o'clock with Rev. R. W. White, son of the Jasper Whites
Dickert, pastor. Next Sunday's' here is recovering from a serious WE ) Toys Fruit Cake
topic will be: "The Branch" a operation He has given manyof Makings
'.>'. Prophetic name of the Messiah. the latest paperbacks to the ,
Plans are being made for the library and now his wife has NOW Christmas Cards
annual Christmas program and sent In another huge bundle of Wrapping
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LOCALS APPEARON HARDIN BLANTONMrs.
I Shirley Hardin of Bun.
MUSICAL nell will become the bride of
Dr. Russell P. Blanton in a 1
JAMBOREE double ring ceremony Saturday.The Lean Fresh GROUND ..
Those from Bunnell participating wedding will be at 7 p. m. lb.
.. BEEF 3 $1.49 ,
in the Musical Jamboree at at the home of Dr. Blanton, 209 -
the Ormond Beach City Recreation Beach.
Flagler Avenue, Flagler
U. S. D. A. Good
Department Included mem, Rev. Thomas Pinner Jr., will of. I
bers of the Frank Steflik Jr. delate. SIRLOINDR '.
family and Wayne Pellicer. Both Dr. Blanton and Mrs. STEAKS 891t
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'j Their numbers were Whisper. Hardln are members of the staffof TUNE 'L.
ing Hope duet by the Steflika; the Bunnell General Hospital
Let's Dance Polka, David Stef of Bunnell. After a wedding trip Lean Western BOSTON BUTT \
Ilk; Fascination, Donna Steflik; to central Florida they will be
Marine Hymn, Daniel Steflik; at home at 209 Flagler Avenue,
Echos of the Bells, trio The Stef. Flagler Beach. PORK ROAST lb. 59
liks; Don't Cry Baby Polka,
Wayne Pellicer. ESPANOLA CLUB
Russ Barnes was the music director The Espanola Neighbors Club
for the program. met Wednesday morning at the Valleydale (ALL MEAT) Streak O'Lean
home of Mrs. Phyllis Hlrschl. SMOKED
MICHAEL LOUIE JAROSZ Ten members were present for a SAUSAGE WHITE BACONIb.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jarosz social meeting. Mrs. Hlrschl .
announce the arrival of a son served a tempting sweet courseto Ib. .
born at the Glendale Hospital in her guests. 4ge 4ge 1
Palatka November 29. He weigh.
ed eight pounds, 10 ounces and PANCHELLA SON
has been given the name of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Panchellaare Valleydale ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE

Michael Louie. the parents of a son born
December 7 in Beaufort, S. C SMOKED PICNICS Ib. 41'
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dur- He is the grandson of Mrs.
ranee have moved to Flagler Jennie Newell of Flagler Beach
f Beach to reside. They have purchased and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pan.
I the Kunkle home on chella of Bunnell. Jim Dandy 25 lb. Bag
Lantana street in Venice Park. The Panchella family plan to RED & WHITE DOG RATION $1089SALT
They formerly resided in lIaw visit here durnlg the Christmas
Creek. holidays.Mr. .

and Mrs. Walter Knight 'j
Joy Sisco of Jacksonville spent 26 Oz OUR VALUE
Sunday here visiting with Mi I visited with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Box 'JII...
mother, Mrs. C. A. Riddell and Locke in Tampa last Friday
Mr. Riddell. lie also visited Mr and Saturday.Mr. (Limit 2 with food order) SHORTENINGs

and Mrs. C. O. Magee in Flag
Jer Beach. and Mrs. Lillard White" 3 Tin38c
: ) CUTPOTATOES 303 Can
spent the weekend In'Palm Valley
Mrs. Helen Sullivan and Mr visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sweet 5 For $JL,, Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were din. Howard Bivins.
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A, J'Sage 303 Can
in East Palatka Sun CARD OF THANKS
Henderson day. May we take this method of FIELD PEAS 5 For s., oo DAIRY| SPECIAL -
thanking our friends in the

Mrs. Marie Distefano of Ilion,, county for their many kind expressions Kraft VELVEETA

N. Y., and Mrs. Ruth Stafford of I of sympathy and for FOLGER'S (All Grinds) lb.
Metuchen, N. J., daughters of i the many sympathetic acts of CHEESE 2 .r890
I kindnesses that came to us at
the late Mrs. Rose Seckner, have I
I the time of the recent sad loss COFFEE
after
returned to their homes
t and sister, Betty
of daughter
our
spending a month at the Se-ck'i II Abbott Coleman. Such kindness FROZEN FOODS -
ner home in Flagler Beach. ,es and neighborly thoughtfulness 1 ft 490

I I can never be forgotten. It Winter Garden
Mrs. Murtlce Moody and Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
much to
has meant us.
daughter, NUa, of Orlando, were Jack and Betty Abbott APPLE, PEACH, CHERRY, COCONUT

recent guests of Mrs. Jennie Robert, Jack Jr., Dale, PIES 3 for 8ge
Black. They also visited with Sandra and Mike. FRESH PRODUCE -
other relatives while here.
New Crop GeorgiaPECANS
Hunters In Europe have lured
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Morse who deer within shooting range by lb. 390rre Pillsbury (Plain or Self.RUing)
have been stationed in Arhan I hiring violinists to play for them, '
with the U. S. Armed forces are the National Geographic says. .h GreenCABBAGE FLOUR
here to spend the month with In Sweden one critical moose
her father, George Kellb. Mr. became so enraged at what he lb. 50California
Morse is taking his dischargefrom heard that he charged into the 5 ,lb. 29cGRAPES
the Army but they plan to blind, and killed both the hunter Red Bag
return there where he will be 1 and musician. lb. Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
employed as a civilian. I : 190
I
underwent I w To PtJKsi. "'
Mrs. Miller Teters "'"'
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surgery Hospital as Improving.last at the week.Ormond She Is reported Beach. I: SAYINC.'Y1pt1NtMAN WN4TEcl:. 50 I I 100 I I 50 I I Iwith



Guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. W. ti coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase ?with coupon & purchased
Chellgren during the past week of (2) No. 2 Cans >2 No. 2 Cans Red & White ofl)3lb.
end was their son, Stanley C. SLICED PINEAPPLE > SOAP POWDER HOLIDAY CAKE
Chellgren of Kansas City, Mo. Coupon Void After ) Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Also Rev. Chellgren's brother, Monday, Dec. 13, 1965 ( Monday, Dec. 13, 1965 Monday, D... 13, 1965
Walter Chellgren of Daytona
Beach. I

Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall .
of Onancock. Va.. arrived swYTws tFKT
Sunday for a visit here with her SgRVKB rr'
father, Raphael Sturman and

Mrs. Sturman. RODGERS STORE i/
FOOD
Tommy Robertson left'
Wf'dnes.1 o
day to spend several gill
Memphis, Tenn., with his sister I Hi"1
And grand parents. He had spent' -
inn
ten days here with his family, n Phone 437-3227
Mr. and Mrs. Mark, Hannah. lie OPEN SUNDAYS Hill"PRICES U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
reports back to Chanute Air
8:00 a.m. -liOO pjn.
week.Force' Base on Saturday of this Quantity Rights Reserved GOOD DECEMBER 0, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1965

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as you think about the labor
Rosenberger Says
wage rates having doubled since
1947.49, but 'prices of food to
Food Is A BargainFood consumers have increased only

22 percent. Direct wage pay
is a bargain, says marketing ments to food handlers alone ttPdk&vU
specialist Stanley E. Ro would Justify a 50 percent increase otGodi
senberger of the Florida Agricultural in food prices had other
Extension Service. factors remained constant, Ro- ,
Food costs have risen less senger says.County.
since 1947.49 than most itemsin And ye shall be my sons and daughters,
the government's "cost of living ,' Saith the Lord Almighty.
index," Rosenberger says. J "
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Agent 'i '" Hosca 1:10, Isaiah 43:6
"The percent of our disposable ,
income (Income after taxes) we Tranf ers StatedDr. We are,indeed, all children of ,
spend for food Is the lowest it God. Every man, every individual -
has ever been. And this has M. O. Watkins, director of has equal opportunity believe
come about even with an upgrading the Florida Agricultural Extension in God, to accept salvation
in the diet-better kindsof Service has announced I O It is a birthright, made possible
food and more processedfoods. three new appointments and two through God's love for all
The cost of food in the transfers. Herein lies the strength of
of Donald F. Jordan, formerly Christianity. Herein lies the
is smaller
U.S. a percentage strength of the individual Chris..
disposable income than in any assistant county agent in Dixie tian. If we believe in God and
country of the world-and it is i county, will become Flaglercounty understand the example of the
declining," Rosenberger said. agent on November 15. life of Christ upon earth we accordingly -
The average meal costs only Dallas B. Townsend has been find it easier to meet
about 32 cents per person. This I oppolnted assistant county agentin the trials and temptations of life
figure would be even less if it Collier county, with head and to recognize the rights of
included only meals eaten at quarters in Immokalee. RobertB. others.
I The of salvation whichIs
hope
,
Whitty will become acting
home, he declared.
peace eternal, is God's promiseto
Rosenberger emphasizes the assistant county agent in Suwan- ( all mankind. We must remember
fact that 39 cents of the typical nee county, November 15. He will however, that God expects
consumer dollar goes for manufacturers be located in Live Oak. something of us in return.
I I processors, wholesalers Charles L. Anderson transfer
but 20 cents of this amount red from assistant county agentin
: goes for wages. Of the 18 cents' Collier county to Interim assistant
1 kept for supermarket operation, in farm management, agricultural Read your BIBLE dally
II, 8 cents goes for wages, or about economics on November and
:, 45 per cent of :the grocer's share 1.Subscribo. .
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GO TO CHURCH
goes for labor. I
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KRANTZ MOTORS INC. (5) A satisfactory certificate of health. '
(6)) Satisfactory recommendations of past employment; if

z OIL CHANGE & FILTER :z any, personal life and education. 1. '

a ((5 Quart) au ONE CLERICAL SCHOOL AIDE: (Part time work)

$5.00 with Coupon 8 5 days a week, 3 hours per day, contract for 139 days.

GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 1965 QUALIFICATIONS:
\ (1) High School Diploma-prefer additional college workor
r U. S. HWY. 1 So. BUNNELL, FLA. business school. .

((2) Ability to type.
I (3) Simple bookkeeping experience.

(4) Ability to organize and carry out responsibilities.
I (5) Must be able to drive an automobile.
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. (6) A satisfactory certificate of health.

(7) Satisfactory recommendations of past employment if
CRAIO. Funeral Director
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any, personal life and education.
JOHN CAPO. Memoir
OXYGEN Apply at the offices of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Flag..
AIR LADY ler County Courthouse Bunnell Florida, on or before December

CONDITIONED CHAPEL I ATTENDANT I AMBULANCES EQUIPPED> 17, 1965. Employment begins on January 3, 1966.


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Thursday, Dec. 9, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN ,
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Molasses For and the cost of other feeds and Fruit Cakes As the baking time is completed.Let dark place. Fruit cakes are generally ,. i
the value of the Increased I
pro. I the cake cool completely '
best
after :
being stored
ductlon attributed to the sup. before wrapping to prevent I"J
DessertEnjoy
Cattle FeedingIn plemental feed. Holiday molding. Wrap the cooled cake for several weeks or longer. Well '\ ,

order for beef cattlemen In The amount to Include Iii a homemade fruit cakesas in wax paper or foil and store wrapped fruit cakes may be kept "i''

Florida to compete favorablywith mixed feed Is usually limitedto holiday desserts and give in a covered container in a cool, In the freezer for a year. ..,
growers in other states and about 15 percent. But Chap them for Christmas gifts, say ..
there's considerable nutritionists with the Florida -- ----- ,'
countries, they'll have to make man says I
the best use of locally grown potential for using higher Agricultural Extension Service.I
feeds. I amounts of molasses In pasture Select fruit cake ingredients "i

Blackstrap molasses, an ex- supplements If handling pro. with care. Be sure the fatbut.ter BROWN & BROWN INC. {
cellent energy source, may be: cedures can be worked outLive margarine, or all-purpose 1 1I
shortening-used in the cake Is
one of the answers, according
I fresh with no signs of off odoror ;
to H. L. Chapman, animal nutritionist INSURANCE
flavor. Nuts should be abso-
and head of the Range, Better I
i on lutely fresh because they con
Cattle Station at Ona.
It's been estimated that about I i Your Incbme tain fat which develops a strong, OUR PHONE NUMBER IS i
rancid flavor when held for a
50 million gallons of blackstrap
molasses will be produced in the How can you live better on period of time. Other Ingredients 437-3394
should be fresh and of good 1
state by 1975. your present Income
Chapman says there are a There are two ways to do this quality.
number of available molasses says Miss Vervll Mitchell home Combine Ingridents accordingto .- \'
products containing additives, management and family economics direction in your favorite "

such as urea, vitamin A, min specialist, Florida Agricultural fruit cake recipe. Since nuts ,1
eral elements, phenothiazine, Extension Service. and fruits discolor In the oven, 24 HourWrecker '
alcohol and fat "But the make One way Is to get more for decorate the cake Just before It ServiceF'Iagler *
up of these products should be your money. Another Is to put is done or when the glue is ::
evaluated carefully before us. your money where It counts put on. Dip the fruits and nuts r\\

ing," the researcher says. I 1 I most by using a spending plan. In corn syrup or egg white to Truck & Tractor Co. I
Molasses is also a good sourceof You dismiss all attempts to imitate make them stick to the cake.

readily available carbohydrates ,other people's spending. To glaze a dark fruit cake, MASSEY.FERGUSON
trace minerals B-vita Decide on your own spending brush the surface with, a mix- 'Ii;'
Grove Farm Industrial
ture of molasses and water. Use Equipment
mins and unidentified growth allotments based on your own
factors. Income your needs and your honey and water or egg white VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
According to Chapman, it's I own values.To and water for a light fruit cake. Owner Bunnell Florida
been clearly shown that Florida. i live better on your present Do this about an hour before

produced blackstrap molasses Income, say "no" to Impulse .1
will increase "return above feed buying. Stop throwing your
YOOMOO!wa. wMU1s.TMAT DRIP COMS Nawt IOU THAT* VKMAT 1DU THINK,
costs" when compared to pasture money away. Look around your MCC I. % 100 HO4I.YO eA AD//oacu SMALL*TUf P.WlTM THAT8NAPpyUK.NtW
SC CON5ORtD A CONMB -
only with both cows and house. How many things can ? 1/ATIOIrt SOT FMpM ,\
steers. you see that you haven't usedor "
Reports show that molasseshas could have lived without i7 KRANTZ

75 to 80 percent the "feed- Are you guilty of buying "white MOTORS
ing value" of corn gain. In steers elephants" which are now virtually l
fattening trials on pastures at useless? O / + ,*.s Tb0 tutlatt To sa
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the Everglades Experiment Sta If you plead guilty, it's timeto I'
tion, Belle Glade, cane molasses consider managing your 2 1 rrL

produced 83 percent as much money better.
gain as dried citrus pulp and Buy the best, rather than the
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90 percent as much as ground most expensive. Learn to Judge -
snapped corn.Chapman quality by an Item's value to

says when properly you. Don't be persuaded by trick .
used, molasses is an excellent ads, fancy packaging, or appealsto -
supplemental feed for beef cat your ego.
tle. However, the economics of Save money by paying cash.
feeding it depends on Its cost Don't borrow money until you

have planned how you can payit \
back. This enables you to Elores
MILLER avoid the extra carrying charge.
Keep what you have In good
ELECTRONICS I repair. Do Insist on getting an JE1ediGIfts
estimate of cost before getting
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repairs. Also Insist on an item tjI fin? QntetmasElectric
REPAIRS ON TV'S ized statement of all charges _
when you pay your bill. I'
WASHERSDRYERS
Look for hidden money leaks. _
Plan meals around seasonal ]
plentiful Take full advantageof .
Call Collect 672-0377 r
supermarket specials. Overall -
ALL WORK GUARANTEED savings are not Immense, but
savings on the sale items are ;
large.
Take all steps to conserve c
O. F. ALPORDBegiatered heat and hot water. Weather
stripping around doors and win.
I dowi will reduce the heatingand w'f
Real, Estate Broker cooling bills considerably.

BanaeU Florida I Insulating hot-water pipes and '
turning off lights when not In V

use are some other ways to reduce 0
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your utility bills.
CommunityMemorial With tricks like these", you are I
getting more for your money
Church spent and your Income Is work.

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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 9, 1965
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ri Bunnell High School FLAGLER I director announced the appoint SCHOOL

MEET TONIGHTA ment which was approved by Dr. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1965 66

Honor Roll For 2nd meeting of the Flagler E. T. York, Jr., provost for agriculture Dec. 3...-..............Friday Florida Military .......Away
Cattlemen's Association and Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, Dec. 7 *..............Tuesday Pierson ._. .Away
t'' Six Weeks Term I has County been called by President University of Florida president. Dec. 10.................---Friday Crescent City ............[.Home
!Harold Emery for tonight, Thurs I Buck will head up the University Dec. 14 ................Tuesday Lopez ................._.......Away
I. 3A Reynolds dauy, December 9 at 8:00: p. m. of Florida Institute of Food Dec. 17.-..............Friday Callahan ....................Home
Karen Baker In the Commissioners room of and Agricultural Science tele Dec. 18 ..._.........Saturday Pierson ........................Home
Susan,Clegg the Courthouse.It vision programs, according to Jan. 4 .................Tuesday St. Joseph ................Home
1: Rob Cowart Is hoped that all cattlemenand Dr. Hervey Sharpe, editorial department Jan. 7 ....................Friday Florida D and B..........Away
I Di Virgilio, Kathy prospective members will chairman. I Jan. 11 ...............Tuesday Hastings .....................Away
[ Leon Jones make effort to attend as Buck will continue "Sunshine Jan. 14 ...................Friday Baldwin ......................Home
Cynthia Krantz several every Items of Important bus Almanac" produced Jointly by I[ Jan. 18 ......._......Tuesday St. Augustine ..._........[.Home
Jannell Revels iness must be discussed. I the Agricultural Extension Service ,, Jan. 21 ..................Friday St. Joseph ..._............Away .
Eve Tucker completion of the meeting and the University's WUFTTV Jan. 25 ...............Tuesday Lopez .........................Home
Upon
3B Hlgglnbothoon refreshments will be served. which is shown on commercial j I Jan. 28 ...-............Friday Florida Military ........Home
/ Jeff Crews stations in Daytona, Miami, Feb. } ...............Tuesday Crescent City .......?...Away
Jay Rodgers Tampa, Orlando and St. Petersburg Feb. 4 ................._.Friday Hillard .......-.._..........Away
Jenny McFarland I In Daytona Beach, announced Sharpe said. Feb. 5 ................Saturday St Augustine ......._...Away
Marcy Strickland today. I Sunshine Almanac is a rural Feb. 8 ................Tuesday Florida D & B..Home

Dottie Tucker4A The leaflet shows how these II urban program aimed at Informing Feb., 11 -.Friday Callahan ..........:.........Away
Townsend Increases will affect a worker's. over one-half million view Feb. 15 ..............Tuesday Hastings ............._.......Home
Billy Creal take-home pay; how his contribution ers weekly. The program Is of Feb. 18 ..............._.Friday Baldwin ..............._....Awav
Gary Harris helps finance retirement, interest to consumers, ranchers, Game Starts at 7:00.:
Cathy Mayfield survivors, and disability insurance growers and homeowners.Buck All Games Start at 6:30.
Jan Perryman benefits; how they will pay as an assistant professor Girls play Pierson both games, No "B" game either
Wally Wilkins the costs of the hospital Insurance I will hold television work time.
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4B Mercer part of medicare; and why shops with county and home u 1.

Karen Allen !they are necessary. economics agents, Sharpe men
Debbie Holdridge I The handy size of the leaflet tioned. PHONEKelley's
Paula Kiwala will allow it to be ,easily Inserted Buck is a 1960 University of 1
Elaine Weeks in payroll envelopes. Employers Florida communication graduate
Chip Brooks should get In touch with of Daytona Seabreeze High Fuel 1 OilI
Frank Bryan5A the Daytona Beach social security School. He has commercial tel
Morris I district office, located at 115 evision experience in Jacksonville I
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Barbara Cowart North Ridgewood Ave., for more and Savannah, plus radio I BURNINGSTANDARD
Cheryl Kinney I Information about the leaflet. and newspaper experience In .
Cherry Wadsworth Daytona and Gainesville.I I

SB Inez Manuel Doug Buck Gets He is a member of Sigma'I
Christine Higglnbotham Delta Chi, Radio-TV News Directors *
1 I Donna Steflik New AssignmentAs Assn., and National Press I. OIL
1 Davey Solomon Photographers Assn.
Pam White Buck is married to Anita Herr
6th Tonkin NewscasterDoug mann and they have two sons: PRODUCTS

Lila Allen Buck, Channel 12 newscaster Douglas, 11 and Paul, 4 years.
Karen Clegg Jacksonville, has been Buck replaces Al Moffett who DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME

Ruben Cole appointed !television specialistwith resigned November 10 to work DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
Nancy Creal In commercial television station -
the Florida Agricultural a
Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
Mike Manuel
Extensoin Service. in Houston, Texas.
Lady Rodgers
Denise Tucker7A
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Minnie Deen
Patrick Duncan

','. John Kathy Geller Harris More people buy Chevrolets? Yes !

Chip Johnson
Greg Robertson
Kirk Robertson


Janet 7B Elayne. Bradley Scott Tucker Than any other make car? Yes !

Judy Patty8A
Honyen
Cathy Duncan

Lesa Rebecca Knight Durrance f' '."; !. .. .Any other? Yes !

Sue Martin
Elizabeth Matherly
Ann Meekins ;?.y.;

Barbara Wilson '.
I Evan Yelvington ;, ". \ There be Sure !
I 8B Carton must reasons.
F Donna Fllklns M
Janet Haines '
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Gary Buckles

Nancy Hargett Name OK
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I Carol Townsend :

Colleen Tucker
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I Tom Duncan AH rhot comfort mn avallobUi flooring" wKo b A nvthod ana* ........ ride with body mounts
1QB Crcdg that Nit or tilt and tototcopoi AM/FM MuMplox dotlgnod to Itolota vibration boltor and *ock
Bobbie Price ..:' 1 Stereo radio, first ovor offorod In can and Strataobscrbws matched to body trylo-towpo, sedan,
11A Brooks ....... bucket toot (to gJvo you |lust a tempting). convornblOf wagon.
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Walton Cowart I ; .1
11B Hordln Comfortron automatic boating and cooling you Ame rka's only ,....-...."'... car Corsair wl.*
;'),: can ardor-Jut dial the lomporalgro and torn It Mora weight ovor the driving whools whora you
I Diane Price .,-.., .' 2 ont Comfortron automatically".pI you comfortabla 7 Mood It and lot on the Mooring ........ whets you
Linda Skolar 'no manor what the woaltior ouhido.I ,. don't
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Betty Lynn Bourne '" '. AmotWa's only trvo .,.... car, Conrolto, whn.
Judy Dunson fU Mire angina ct.le.-tho widest hortopowor 8 logy Indopondont suspension,row-.......elite brokoi
Faye Durrance > 3 rang oraHobloi the 423-hp Tgrbo-Jot VI faOiovrolot ,. and ..81...* you con ardor up to 427 cubic fccHov
Brenda Murray : r I and Corvette to a 90-tip Four in Chevy R.

12B Brown r,: Hither ...... volvo-ChovroUti trodWaoty ewe
ti Marilyn McNab a' lady by FI hr-GafhrnomKIp by the worUi 9 mothers moro at Irodo-fa ... bocovta mor pooplo
I Brenda Tucker ,.., bet known coadimokon: with voryMng from k*.. want Chovrotoh...now or...4.
4 wriovt interiors' to ft*long k star AAagic-Mkror acryBc
Kay Weaver : lacquer fIN"". All .... Mfaty lest... standard newt Mat
belts, front and roar} padded do* and M vhorti
Raise Solf-cloonlng rockor panels fan out toll and outside mirror (MO It orwoyi before possb+j,
Explains Rate 'r other corrodv w<"lk rainwater dry .......... wild. Nattor-rothtont Mdo mlrrori 2tpod oioclrk....'
*5a owttld -onolhor way Chovrolot tokot oxlro car 10 Mold wipers for boltor vbfcBty b) a downpour,
Of Social SecurityA ,.' M you noodnl bother. wmdMold washers bock-vp....
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small leaflet, prepared by _
,the Social Security Administration e Leadership..the Chevrolet Way.
Is available to employersas L
a payroll check stuffer. The I-WS
leaflet explains the increase in #' w: ',. f' .
the social security contribution S
rate and amount of earnings on -CHEVROLET COMPANY
which: the tax Is paid, set for "
It January 1, 1966 Mell D. Eadle, 200s STATE BUNNEll, FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131
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