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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 16, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, NO. 50 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR

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,,. Flagler Beach ,: LEGION SPONSORS Shelton BrooksTo GARBAGE PICKUP Flagler. Will Stage j

TURKEY SHOOT SCHEDULE FOR
School Bands Be Ordained 1
THIS SUNDAY THE HOLIDAYSCity Quarter Horse

t Give Program American Legion Post 115 IsI I Sunday AfternoonShelton Clerk Nancy Rodgers said Jubilee Soon '

sponsoring a Turkey Shoot this the garbage pick up schedulehas

..'. The Flagler Beach Elementary Sunday afternoon at the inter. Brooks of Bunnell will been changed for Christmas January 15 will be a big day .'

\. "Little Band" and the Fluto- section of Highway 100 and be ordained to the Gospel Min weekend. The pick up will be in Flagler County and the surrounding ;

phone Band made their first appearance Deen Road, near the Bimini Intry Sunday afternoon at the on Thursday, December 23 in area as Cowboys and j

L at the Flagler Beach Bar.The first Baptist Church of Bunnell. place of Friday morning.All girls from all around gather for 1

Parent-Teachers Association shoot will begin at 1 o' The service will begin at 3:30. residents are asked to have the First "Quarter Horse Jubi .

meeting Tuesday evening. Band. I clock and will continue to fivep. Dr. O. L. Walker, professor of the garbage out Thursday lee". Under sponsorship of the .

master Howard Carson Is director m. religion at Stetson University, morning ready for pick up. Flagler Cattlemen's Association,

, for the groups. will deliver the ordination ser Florida Quarter Horse Associa ,

Each group presented several Remains mon. The charge to the Church tion, Youth Livestock Club and '
selections of Christmas music. Flagler will be given by Rev. Max: Hall, Annual ChristmasTree the F. F. A., events will be held

The bands organized after school Free pastor of the First Baptist I In barrel races, Registered Quar
began this year, with most of Bangs Church of Flagler Beach. Rev. Program Will ter Horse races, blooded cowpony ,.I
J. In music.In Thomas Pinner will deliver the
them beginning Flagler County received official races, "Cracker" cowpony
the Elementary School. notice last week that It charge to the candidate. The Be This SaturdayThe races and children's cowpony

, Band are: had been recertified as'a Modified public Is invited to the service. Annual Christmas Tree races. There will also be Jack

Flutes Certified Brucellosis Free Sunday night at 8:00: the choirof and Santa Claus pot roping (up to 20 entries),

i Elizabeth Carson and Peggy Area for the next three years, the First Baptist Church will by Post 115 program of The American sponsored jack 'pot barrel racing, and a

) Reynolds.r County Agent Don Jordan said present its Christmas Cantata.All Legion will be held this cutting horse demonstration.
Clarinets are invited to this special
today Saturday evening, December 20 Barrel races will start at 11:00a.

Theresa Arnold, Donna Kauf :, Dr. John B. Healy, m presentingthe PTOiram. <. I,di'IIOJI'W;ti at the Bunnell Civic Center. m. sharp with other events -4
man, Mary Ann Kurtz, Connie certificate for the Agricultural The program will begin at six following. Registration must be

r.' McDaniel, Vickie Smith, and I Research Service of the o'clock when Santa will arrive made 30 minutes prior to the

Stella Weaver. I U. S. D. A., stated that 21 herds 20 Pints Of and extend Christmas greetingsto start of an event

Saxophone I and 1661 head of cattle had been all in attendance. Food will be available on the

r Bobby M1sslnne.J tested in order to qualify.for re- Blood Taken At Parents are urged to bring the grounds and omdals emphasizethat
Drums I
J certification. The recertified children and receive Santa's all Interested" persons are
Wayne Hutcheson Terry Me I status means that Bruceelosls gift bag consisting ofcandy and invited to attend.
Special DrawingTwenty
Dan Roberson and Lee
Nitt. disease has been reduced to not nuts for the children.In .

Strickland. more than one perecnt of the pints of blood were case of Inclement weather, Yule For

l Trumpets Jeff Babbitt cattle In not more than five percent acquired at the special "blood the program will be held Inside Party
Ralph Abraham of the herds In the county. taking" Tuesday afternoon. The the building.
Timmy Carmody, Kevin Crouch Flagler County Is the only Red Cross Mobil Unit of the FSC Club TuesdayThe

Greg Harris, Dale Johnson Bobby county with an active complete Blood Bank from Daytona Beach j Flagler Senior Citizens
David TRUCK '
John
Krutz Kmtz CAR CRASH
\ David Miller Tracey testing program in the North were here for the taking Club will hold Its annual Christ

, Prevatt Lindsey,, Terry Stryker,, Craig Central or South Florida area. The taking was sponsored by KILLS MAN ON mas party next Tuesday evenlng .

r Wider. the Ladles Auxiliary of the VFW December :21, at the clubroom -
t MellophoneSue I I COMMUNICATIONSFILM Post for Peggy Worley. Mrs. HIGHWAY 11, in the Municipal Building

Ellen Seale. I SHOWN AT Worley Is In the Bunnell General An automobile crashed ,Into a Flagler Beach There' will be a

f' Trombones Hospital and requires several semi-truck traljet on a curve grab bag exchange gifts be*
..... Babbitt Gerald Comb LIONS CLUB MEETJack pints of blood each week. 31i. miles west ,of"ZI'uniwlp'on tweVn members.Members ..
James ; Holt, chairman,
Phil Martel. I program Several pints were also givenfor Highway 11, killing Joseph W. are asked to bring
showed a film from Southern
the credit of Rubin Edwards Kelly, from Confluence, Pa. a covered dish or dessert along
Flutophone Bond Bell Telephone and Telegraphon who Is a patient In the Flagler Also In the car and seriously Injured with table service for a potluck
Becky Anderson, Steven Arnold World Communications at the
Hospital In St. Augustine. was Ralph Raymond of supper at 6 o'clock. Group sing
Mike Dale Combs. Club .
Cannon meeting Tuesday.The
Those from the Auxiliary help. Flagler Beach. A. D. Hudson, Ing and games will round out
Billy Copeland Sue Dunson. Lions plan on having a ing were Dorothy Barber Hattie driver of the truck was not **r. the program for the evening.
Gene Grlssom. Cheryl Hosklns Holiday Party December 29 at
King Clarice Taylor, and Mary lously Injured.
Teresa Kurtz Vickie LJndsey, the Alibi Steak House In Daytona
Smith. Registered nurses who Mr Kelly has been a winter FORMER RESIDENT
Robin Parrish Greg Price, Patty Beach Florida.
visitor here for the several
helped were Gladys Sturman past
Reynolds, Richard Roberson. Lion Edmonson and Lion DELBERT DONALDSONDIES
lie had arrived here about
Dorothy Webster, Marietta Mis- years. <
Britt Sheeler, Jeff Thomas, Brannam were given the thanksof
IN CALIFORNIADelbert
slnne. Others from the hospitalwere three weeks ago to spend the
I
Speedy Wendlandt Jon Wilder the Club for having such good
Dr. John Canakarls, Dr. winter. lie was 69 years of age. Charles Donaldson,
Adam Yelvington, Alan Zamba. luncheon meals.
Jose Cornlde, and Frances Ed Mr. Kelly and Mr. Raymondhad former resident of Flagler Coun.
Guests at the
meeting were:
; monson. been to Dcland on a business ty, died December 4 following avery
C A. Krantz. of Krantz
owner
LIGHTING OF HOMES trip and were returning brief Illness. Mr. Donald.son .
Motors Bunnell Rev.
/ ; Chlllgren. when the car left the road, andwhen was the grandson of the late
r AND BUSINESS FIRMS Methodist Church Bunnell; Don
the car returned to the and Mrs. WlllUm Lee
Judge
Farren McKesson and Bobbins St. Thomas To Be
JUDGED DECEMBER 20 pavement It went Into a skid Bartlett of Flagler County. JIIamoth..r
Drug Co Arnold Morse U. S.
; ,
and struck the left sldt of the
when he
I passed away
Monday, December 20, has been I State Dept from Iran; Richard In New ChurchFor I trailer was an Infant and Judge and
Christ Kramlich, Lehlgh Portland Ce. I
set as the date to judge
Mrs. Bartlett raised him. Ho wax
mas lighting for Bunnell homes 'ment Co; Curtis Rodgers Rod. Christmas i
t a cousin of O. K. Hw of Bun.
and business firms In the contest Igers Food Store Bunnell; Don I CARY HOLLAND
the local Post ofi j(I Jordan County Agricultural The Church school children of nell.
c sponsored by ,' ; RECEIVES DEGREE lie resided In Long. Beachi
I |
. the American Legion. Agent; Don Mechlem Daytona St. Thomas' Episcopal Church
California, and was employed by
Cash prizes will be awarded I Beach. Florida; Jim Watson Dental will have a Tree Trimming! Party I Cary Dean Holland son of Mr. the Douglas Aircraft Company.

r by the Post to the winners.An Supply and David Broun Frlnday, Doc 17th at the new and Mrs. Dean Holland of Bun Survivors Include his wife

application form to enter ,i son of Dale Brown. church building. The party will veil, Is among the candidates to Rob-
Nelda Long Bench; a son,
be held directly after school and
the contest appears on this page receive degrees at the commence K. llrrr of
cousins O.
crt two ,
of the Tribune and to those who AIR FORCE OFFER TO parents may pick up the child rricnt Saturday at the Florida Bunnrll; and Orville Kbllng of

plan to enter the contest the QUALIFIED NURSES I ren at 3:30: p. m. In keeping with I State University In Tallahassee. Lake City, Florida.Funeral .

committee asks that you fill out Professional advancement, education the Christmas spirit there will Mr Holland will receive a service. was heM December .
form and mall be a Birthday cake to celebrateth Bachelor of Science In "
the Degree
application and travel arc In the 8 from the First MrthodUt .
It this week so the judges will offering for qualified nurses onAmt'rtca' birth of Christ. Each child Is Education. He plans to enter the Church, Long each with

know where the applicant resides Aerospace Team, the requested the tree.Christmas to. bring a decorationfor graduate school In January the pastor Rev. Donald R. O'

In the area.LEAVING United Stairs Air Force. Burial in
I Connor officiating. was
services will be
Eve
Some of the requirements Include The standard 7-Inch pencilcan the ,flunnysldo Memorial' Park.
t : Graduate of held at St. Thomas' at 8 p m., I draw a line 33 mile long.
FOR THE a nursing Friday, Dec. 21th. It U hoped
school acceptable to the Air that we will be permanently located
ARMED SERVICES Force Surgeon General currently in the new building by! Christmas Lighting Contest
registered' and between the
; then. And would welcome at (
Leaving this week for the U. S. we
Armed Fortes were Ernest Spl- ages of 20 and 35 years. For the this time all those In the com I To enter the Hunnell and surrounding area Christ.

vey and Terry Cole who are entering complete Air Force nursing: program munlty who would wish to worship man lighting Contest, fill in the form and mall to
facts contact Msgt. Paul Lighting Contest Care Flagler Tribune, Box 38,
the Army for basic train- I with us at this time. i
1 II. Crisp, 221 E. Bay Street' Daytona I Hunneli Florida. '.
,
Ing. They left Wednesday morn There will be no services on .

ing for Jacksonville where they Beach or call 2539671. Christmas day this year because The contest Is sponsored by The American Legion,

will be sent to a basic training I Mr. Stuart has not yetUen Post 115. :\ .y..fr: 1 .', .' I
center. SCHOOLS CLOSE ordained Into the priest .
'!> ,, .tJ ;
Leaving today will be Billy FOR HOLIDAYSAll hood.. Those who will be unableto Name .............................. '! .. ............ p. ..,.._
Cauley and Raymond Allison I Flagler! County Schools attend the Christmas Eve if--Mt A. < ,' !

I who are going Into the U. S. will close at 3:15 Friday after services at St. Thomas' should Address of entry, ".--.': Wlw t r ...-. .. ,. J I**'- sr srIlusiness ;

Nary. They will also be sent noon for a two weeks' Christmas make plans to make their entry ......._.._.,......:_..,.r.._.....,..__.-.._* :
from Jacksonville to a Naval I vacation. Classes will resume on Christmas communions either In "' .f"', 1" *

training center for their boot Monday morning. January 3, Ormond Beach or In Palatka at Residence entry ..........._...."!'".._"::._.:_.._...................
training. 1966 at the usual hour. SL Mark's.


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.PAGE '):W0. I THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 16, 1965

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"t' the quality of the product IV TUB!! CIRCUIT COURT OF
ful hours studying this amazing improve
:FLAGLER
I
%WANT ADS Too Late creation of one man and I urge and not conceal inferior RITA IV CHANCERY CIVITAN COUNTY, WO. FLORIDA B18

you to be sure to visit Coral products or poor processing Plaintiff

Castel in Miami. There is nothing products. Some examples are JOHN CIVITAN

Listings under this heading are To Classify else like it anywhere in the antiovidants in cereals, mold Defendant.

3 cents a word each insertion. world. inhibitors in bread, and drugsin NOTICE TO DKKKNU
75 cents is the minimum charge Russell Kay THE STATE OF FLORID TO
BY
animal feeds. JOHN CIVITANwhose

I What about intentional food residence and
Trailer with patio for rent at post office address are unknown
Although it has received very Food ,Additive additives? Dr. Matthews pointsout You are hereby notified that a
Decker's Trailer Park. Also one suit has been filed against you In
little publicity or promotion, one that they serve a vital function the above entitled cause; and you

space 4373714.for trailer for rent.Dec. Phone 16, 2t. of the most amazing, unusual Program ExplainedThe as emulsifiers, preservatives, are hereby with the required Clerk to rlihr.o'Jo answer ,

and Interesting attractions to flavoring minerals, vitamins, and to serve a copy thereof upon

FOR SALE-18 cu. ft. upright be found anywhere in Floridais Florida Agricultural Extension and texturizing agents in our the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff's address attorney Is: ,

home freezer, perfect condition, Coral Castle. Service has recently present day food supply. Selden RAY SELDEN Building

The incidental additives serve Daytona Beach. Floridanot
$100.00. Call 437.3473 12.16 2tp Located on U. S. Highway One,' initiated a program in the field later than January 8, A. D. 1966.
I useful function in the finish.
home no If you fall to do so, decree
FOR SALE-Two bedroom about 25 miles south of Miami, of food additives. pro
ed product but occur due to their confesao will be entered against
concrete block, balance $7000.00, it is hidden behind an eight- What is its purpose? you for the relief demanded in the

A. financed. May be seen at is to aid in the use in production, processing, or bill of complaint. The nature of
V. foot-high rock wall, Originally "Our goal said suit being for divorce.

702 N. Cherry Street or call 437- 1 designed to keep prying eyes production of a wholesome food storage. Examples of these are said ICourtsttmsy hand and Decent
/ 7 h
mineral oil used as a lubricanton ber"A day f
Drt1985
3473. 12.16 2tp. from viewing a 10-acre wonder. supply, free of harmful levelsof .
food processing equipment (Official Real) E. A. SMYTHE
hand carved coral rock residues, and to take advantage
land of Clerk of said
FOR SALE-% HP Clayton water I and pesticide residues in processed Circuit Court
of new food additive technology By Julia It. HarveyDec.
objects.
pump, good. 42 gallon water I foods. Deputy Clerk
The story of its creation Is as as it becomes available, '..16.3.3oUcIN
tank, like new. Fittings for "The problem of low level i

above, priced reasonable if all interesting as the garden itself says Dr. Richard F. Matthews, pesticides in animal feeds, their Till: COUNTY .JUDGP.II COURT

for it represents a life long la. extension food technologist.Work IV AND FOil :FLAGL" COUN_
taken. Raymond Smith, Bunnell, incorporation into the animal TV .ELOlt11/A IN 'nODATE XO.
bor of love. A love strong is underway with food In He: Estate of
4373245. Dec. 16, Itp body and thereby becoming a ROSE MARIE
SECKNER.
and feed manufac
enough apparently to move processors
part of the human food supplyis "* .
Second Hand Store-Large stock moutains, but a love spurned turers, in cooperation with Ex. NOTICE TO CREDITOIt4
which has TO ALL
a problem not yet PERSONS HAVING
furniture, clothing, miscella by his sweetheart on the eve of tension, in production foodstuffs.Dr. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST ANY
received study Dr.
complete
THE ESTATE
neous. Must sell on account of their wedding of Latvian born, Matthews supplies food pro. Matthews SECKNER. DECEASEDMARIi'

illness, 300000. Alma Sklerski, Edward Leedskalnin. cessor and feed manufacturerwith says."However Pursuant to Section 7J5.06 FlorIda -
this is an important Statutes, notice Is
p, O. Box. 24, Bunnell, Florida. Deeply hurt, he emigrated to reseach results on food of the given that an order has been hereby en-
pestcide
Phone 437.3317 evenings. 12.16 I America and found solace in additives which can be put to part program ministration tered by I this of court the declaring ad.
i
and extensive research in estate of ROSE
building a dream house and use. Another of his objectives is I MARIE BECKNEn. Deceased .*
FOR SALE-a practically new the future will be necessary in unnecessary. Kindly govern
to them informed significant your-
garden in South Florida in the keep on selves accordingly. First|
13 ft. Hot Point Refrigerator in food and drug regula following levels of pesticides in tlon: November 25th. 1965.puoMca-
hope that someday, ,
probable /ST.. K.
foodstuffs their McKNiOHT
excellent condition. A Niagara i incorporationinto
somehow his love would returnto tions. I' County Judge
Deluxe Lounge Chair, excellent animal products for human Nov. 25&Dec. 2"1I-Ho
share his castle with him. What is a food additive?
Other i consumption and determination COURT
relief of arthritis.
foe Working alone and mostly at Dr. Matthews defines it as OF TUB COUNTY
of their allowalble level in the I JUDC.K, FLAOLKR
Box 718.
!Items. B. A. Bolton, P. O. COUNTY
night, he quarried tons and tons "any substance used in producing I STATE OF FLORIDA
Phone VA 99061 day. Phone VA human food supply," the technologist IN PROBATE.
of coral rock and then transferred manufacturing, packing, In re the Estate of

42308 night. Dec. 162tc. them into fantastic piecesof processing, preparing, treating, adds. v ROYAL ACKLEY WOOD
Deceased.
Christmas Parakeets for sale- coral furniture, many so deli transporting, or holding food TO ALl, WHOM IT MAY COX-

very healthy and colorful. Phone cately balanced that they move that may reasonably be expect. The Dead Sea contains so I CERN Notice: Is hereby given that

touch. ed to become a component of VERNON A. RAYMOND AND
4392006. Pattie or Debbie Meek. I at a finger
much salt that only the strong. KENNETH W. RAYMOND filed

ins. 1223tc. His knowledge of engineering any toodo"Additive est winds can whip its sluggish their final report as Executors of
up
and balance for use is regulated the estate of ROYAL ACKLEY
was
uncanny I
1 I surface. WOOD deceased; that they filed
FOR RENT- 2 bedroom duplex he moved huge stone blocks, through the 1958 Food Additive their petition for final dlschare. and

apt., screened porch and car- some weighing as much as 35 I Amendment. Until 1958 the hat T.they:K. will McKnlght apply to the Honorable

port. Call 4373304. 11-25-Tfc I tons by the use of pulleys and Food and Drug agency had to IN: TilE DiriAI.cincriT coruT.CIRCUIT.SEVENTH l\: of 7th Flagler of County ., "i.Y Judge the
day January 19,.. for ap
lie told : prove an additive was harmful ANn Sit KI.AGI.KH COUNTY proval of
FOR SALE LEASE OR RENT leverage. once a neigh FLORIDA. CIIA l.ItY NO. SIMM charge same and for final dls-
before it could restrict it JUDITH AUICHT FOWLER. ?* Executors of the estate
bor that he knew "the secrets use. of ROYAL ACKLEY
bedroom Florida room, and I Plaintiff WOOD, de-
unfurnish used in the building of the Now a manufacturer must prove v. ceased, on this 6th day of October.
carport beach house 1904.
Egyptian pyramids. that use of an additive is safe RALPH ARDITIt FOWLER Vernon A. Raymond
ed. Hurricane fence encloses Defendant.
lIe must have, for engineering before incorporating it into a NOTICE OF PI'IIMCATION; ON Kenneth Executors: W. Raymond
I
back yard. Call 4373472. 11-4-tf HILL Foil DIVORCE of the estate
and construction experts product. IN THE NAME OK THE STATEOF "'ROYAL ACKLEY"TRvriov

FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2 / from all over the world have The two main classes of additives : FLORIDA: Dec. 2, 9. WOOD II, U-.deceased te.
RALPH
TO: ARMTH FOWLER
bath, double garage, central come to study his work and none are designated intention. whose residence U unknown. NOTICE: OF TO

heating, fire place, large Florida have been able to figure out al and Incidental. I GREETINGS You are hereby cited, notified, RK'JIHTKIl FICTITIOUS: NAME

room, situated on 160x110 waterfront how it was accomplished. Intentional food additivesserves I admonished, ordered, and required FlorldwcRtatutea with, 1965 flection, the under 165.09.
to file your answer to the bill of
lot. Call 439.2203, Flagler lie first erected a huge cir a useful purpose in the: complaint filed herein against you of signed the will Circuit register Court with the Clerk

Beach. 11.4-R t cular wall around the castle l product. These substances mustIN I office In the of above-entitled the Clerk of cause the, Circuit In the County proof or Florida; upon In receipt Flagler of

using massive blocks of ----I Court In and for County the f Publication' of this notice,
SEWING MACHINE 1965 Model proper, TIIK C'IIICI'IT rot'IIT OK Florida I on or before .l\r\: day wit: following' 'tltlous name, to*
coral rock, each weighing sev Kl.Ollllli lAND KOIl FI.AIJ. of January, A. I>. 1968 and to serv n'tLi Moter under which we
( clearance sale. We have 7 1965 I.Kit: COI'NTV.' 9KVK\TII' Jl'III.CIAI. a copy of such answer upon David mo./i "LVr'1tlnwthe operation of a
eral tons. Iit'I'IT iv ciiANCKitY U Klack. Plaintiffs attorney here beach IM Highway A1A. Flagler
round bobbin machines '
sewing lie built a 160-ton rock tower \o. siiw.: In, whose address Is First Federal which' business" County i Florida' In
left. These machines are completely LULA POTTER. liulldlnff. 501 North Jrandvlew Av the only the undersigned are
which served both as his work Plaintiff, enue. Dayton lieach. Florida, on Dated "persons Intflreated
.i{ guaranteed. Equipped to shop and living quarters. A v., or before said date as required by this loth nay'alrl.r of Beach' Florida
the Laws of Florida November A. D.
zigzag, makes buttonholes etc. ROBERT POTTER and the FlorIda 196J
winding staircase carved of rock, Defendant. Rules of Civil Procedure.The Clayton
$25 Is total price. Will accept NOTU'H TO DEE'1:ND Flagler Tribune Is hereby Edna n- r..br
typical of medeival castels, led TOlItOHEKT designated the It. Lehr
TUB STATE ()Jo' FI/MUDA. : as newspaper In
older machine for part payment down to a subterranean well. POTTERADDRESS which this order shall be publishedonce ___ Dec. 2. 9. U, 23.-4tp.EV.

Call Orlando 425-3577 collect. UNKNOWN a week for four connecntlve IN TIU: f'llIcnT
Outside Leedskalnin raised 20 You are hereby notified that a weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A eYTII "I'""'fA COt'RT, > -
I.
11-4-Jan 6-lOtcCOX's ault has been filed against you In DECREE PRO CONFESSO WILL AND Foil CIItCUiT. ivM'O
foot high crescents atop the the above entitled cauuse; and you IIH ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR l''I.OltiliA. 'I.AULEU COUNTY,

N UPHOLSTERY Bunnell wall and set a 20-ton obelisk in are hereby required to kft your MUCH FAILURE. ..
Olt(3IFL 2.
answer with the I of this The nature of this suit Is a bill ll SLI .
Fla Hwy 11, will pick up and place with simple hand tools Court, and to nerve a copy thereof for divorce. laintlff RE.
upon the Plaintiff or the Plaintiff* WITNESS my hand and seal of ".
deliver all furniture free. For lie carved couches, beds, bath attorney whoae name and addreMDONALD office at Uunnell. Flagler County. JANIE Louise

c sample material and prices on tub and other furniture. la' Florida, this Ith day of December Defendant MOORE.
E. DUCK A. !). 19(3. NOTU'fI
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf A polaris telescope rising 20 101 Saint Ueorre street (Seal) E. A. SMYTH TO: JANIIS LOUiSE To DEFEQD
Saint Augustine Florid 31014 Clerk of the Circuit CourtFI..ler MOORE
feet into the air and Whose residence
an amazingly not later than the lith day of Jan County, FloridaDavid ARE I.: Unknown
> SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain accurate sundial that uarv u... L.. lllack to file with tb.HEREDY Cl.rk of tEhisCou t
fields Installed snail shell. Reasonable If you fall to do so. decree Drconfea.o o Attorney for Plaintiff your Answer to
; needs no adjusting are the Bin of Com-
among will be entered aftalntt SOI North Urandvlew Avenue
f prices. Call George Jar the accompllshements. you for the relief demanded In the Daytona Beach Florida the1 above titled causes oruben
bill of complaint.The Dec >. U. 33. JO-4toNOTICK tore the list
Z. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf Driven by his lost love, a lifelong nature of said suit being for I]. I" and day"' of a December, A.
divorce copy thereof
<*>x'>x-v1> -"V>/ v of his he furnished the aid Court thla 14th day of Decent You will take notice that the 111 Durlel'b -boe. address I.
JOHNSTON'S own Hoard of Avenue Post Omce
bet, County Commissioners of Drawer A ,,
IMS.K.. SMYTH Flagler In ; holly irm, "Jorlda.
bedroom with twin beds, children's A. County accordance with A HIe FLAGLEIt
lUlGLEn BEACH REALTY CO. .. Clerk of .aid Circuit Court provisions of Sections 33(09 and hereby. designated TIt1IILYE" I.
beds and even a crib or (OFFICIAL SEAL) 331.10. Florida Statutes. 113. upon per In wAtch .e the n.w.pa_
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, baby cradle. He carved from Sly: Julia It. Harvey petition of II. C. COHn and LU published tAla order .hall be
once
WATER FRONT, FARMS Deputy Clerk. CILLE COBB. his wife; A. O. consecutive a week for four t1)
solid rock a children's play [)toc, lie 2 1. 30. IMS and Jan. 1-4to nUAl>LET and LUI.A liRADLEY Nn' OR A W..h. HEnEIN FAIL
ACREAGE I his wife CLIFFORD! LT1tITHOMPRdN DECREE PRO mNAliAINST -
patio, called the "Grotto of the and OBARLDENE 1{ I YWiuOU .Jf;
See tu for real estate needs IT MAT CONCERNx SUCH TA/4
your Three Bears" with fairly tale TO WHOM I TIIOMI'$ *' hu wife. AND ETTIE 1 UR&.
Office Phone HE 92343 You will take notice that E. II.THREADGILU HUNTER, a sin/ 1* will at TA. nature
surroundings even to a huge and JOHN IL JEN >:00 o'clock A. M. on.r..n.3rd day for ., of this suit I. a blJlWITNESl4
Residence Phone ID 73601 Nl.NGS, under the provisions of of January 1968. at Its meeting .
coral porridge bowl. Sections 13.30 13.1 FloridaStatutes room In the County Court House Dunnen. my band and real .t
or ID 79017 You can spend delight 113. w nda f o'clock on I In Uunnell. Florida consider and this Ittb FI.cler day Count, Florida
many the 3rd day of January 1188. apply determine whether or not the 1555. of November A. D.
to the BOARD OK COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS County will vacate, discontinue EVIL
A.
OF FLAGLER close and renounce and disclaim 811TT11E, Clerk of
COUNTY FLORIDA at It* meetlnc an right of dt the ourL Fla.l.r Count,.. Flor-
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT room In the County Court House I Public In to :'unl'n4&J10 In OFFICIAL SEAL
In Bunnell. Florida to vacate the 1 terest therein acquired for road By Julia
following subdivision plat: I or highway purposes which said R.
All that certain Map or Mat of r.4 or highway 1s more pastier "watfFLOHIDA;
AMBULANCE TERRACE BEACH", a eubdlvla laxly described as follows: Thatpart ; 2J-4tc
Ion of all of Section 3*. Township of the Old Dltle' Highway ly.
PHONE VAIley 4 1625 13 South. Range 33 East, and all Ins between the South boundatte
those portions of Government Lots of Lots g. f. I. t. Block A. .nd a
SERVICE 4 and I of Section SO. Township S3 V'nfcck' 11. r 1'Dltr Irtbaull
ST. AUGUSTINE, PLOUDA SouthRange 33 East. lying East lt. V),)no: jVnel Vb=
of Florida East Coast Navigation division Espanola Florida. accordIng -
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance.: We Canal Flagler County, stateFlorida ef to Plat Rook 1. Page a. and .11 nn u.
except State Roads or Plat Book I. Page 11. pJblle gee i

always at serrlce with promptness, safety end Highways crossing said property,. rds of Flagler CoUllt). Florida. MRS It B.
care J'VLI.ZJt.
your and the J:4ftoro..t"'le4 :
as shown In Map or Plat Rook 3, Northerly right of way
at page 3b. of the. Public Records boundary of State Road No. 11 In
experience. of Flagter County State of FlorIda Flagler County. Florida. ......... te+. all
and returning said lands so Interested parties may appear Lepl A.....
Equipped With Oxygen Retusitator and Inhalator vacated Into acreage for the par and b> heard at tbe time and plac-j ..
pose of construrtlnir a golf ALL INTERESTED PARTIES this Ith day of December.BOARD Jnt.. u 8MOft4
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Christmas Candy .( little mixture forms a very soft rolls, and sliced. If desired, 1.3
ball in cold water. Peel will be cup of cocoa may be substitutedfor

More Enjoyable I transparent and most of the the unsweetened chocolate;
sugar will be absorbed. Remove increase butter to 3 tablespoons.

If HomemadeChristmas peel from syrup; drain. Roll Recipe makes 2 dozen pieces.Here's .
LOCALS each In
strip granulated sugar.
a recipe that requiresno
is always more joyous Candied Orange hell SubstI. cooking:
r and festive when there's tute peel from 4 large oranges;
substitute 1 In which No-Cook Peanut Butter
water
HOLLAND Mrs. Cletus Allen of Daytona homemade candy. Making can cup
ARNOLD PLANSMr. Beach was a guest of Mrs. Isham dy at Christmas is a tradition orange peel was cooked for 1 Coconut RoU
WEDDING the week worth keeping alive. And it can cup hot water. U cup peanut butter
of Johnston during past
and Mrs. W. E. Arnold I
the end. be an answer to the gift prob- Candled Lemon Peel Substitute tt cup corn syrup
Hampton,Virginia announce peel from six lemons. 2 teaspoons water
engagement and approaching lem.Use 3 tablespoons nonfat
of their daughter, Seamon Robert Abbott who has your own homemade candies I Another popular holiday con dry
marriage Lee to Mr. Cary Dean been here for a 14 day leave with as a centerpiece for the fection is rich, smooth, melt-in- milk solids
Carolyn M teaspoon salt
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack dining table. Parties take on your-mouth fudge. Here's a
and Mrs. Z.
Mr.
of
Holland son I II
12.3 sifted confectionerssugar
an added sparkle when arrange recipe for the best fudge cup
you you
D. Holland of 401 North Pine St. .I Abbott, left Monday by plane I
I for Madrid, Spain, then to Seville a lazy susan with an assortment ever tasted: .
Florida.
Bunnell
1 cup moist shredded coconut.
of I II t I
then aboard the candy. Chocolate
Miss Arnold is currently enrolled I Spain, go Fudge
Cut fine.
senior at Florida USS Forrestal, an aircraft car Candled fruit peel is a Florida -: 2 1-ounce squares, unsweet I
a
as majoring In rier in the Mediterranean Sea. favorite. It may be used in I I ened chocolate Blend peanut butter and corn
State University, in cakes, cookies, divinity, fudgeor I I % cup milk, scalded syrup. Stir In water. Combine
and exceptional
elementary nllk solids salt and stir
as candy. 2 sugar,
cups sugar
child president education.of the Council She is for vice.Ex. Bunnell e44.4School Home economists with the I 1 teaspoon light corn syrup in syrup mixture. Add coconut

Florida Agricultural Extension 2 tablespoons butter or margarine and knead until thoroughly
and
Children a memo
ceptional AtetuL Service suggest this method for blended. Form into roll. Cut Into
ber of Village Vamps, official making candled fruit peel: I 1 teaspoon vanilla slices. Makes about % cup
campus hostess honorary.Mr. GIRLS WIN CLOSE GAME
Candled Fruit Peel Melt chocolate in milk. Add candy.
is graduation
Holland a Bunnell High School Girls
senior at Florida State University Basketball team pulled a victoryout 2 large grapefruit sugar and corn syrup; cook
majoring in Secondary Ed. U cup light corn syrup slowly, stirring until sugar dis
of close with Taylor
ucation. He will be entering a game 2 cups sugar solves. Cook gently to softball I George Washington, his longhair

t I Graduate School at F. S. U. in High on Tuesday was nightThe played with 1 cup hot water stage (23&F..), stirring fre- I powdered white, deliveredthe
game Wash Remove from heat add first inaugural address in
and will be majoringin grapefruit, remove peelin quently. ;
January ,two overtimes and the final
an interdepartmental pro 3635. quarters; remove pulp and butter and cool at room temper New York City on April 30, 1789,
Social Sciences. score was membrane. Cover peel with cold ature to lukewarm 110 F. wIth. the National Geographic says.
in the :
fine
gram Hargett played a
The wedding will be at 3:00p. 'all-around Sherry ball and was water and bring to boll. Cook out stirring. Add vanilla; beat The first President was appar
28 1965 in the game 20 minutes. Drain off water, repeat vigorously until fudge becomes ently so nervous that his hands
m., December high with 12 points.
Emanuel Lutheran Church, I scorer cooking process. Cut peel inSiinch very thick' and loses its gloss. trembled. Ills voice often was
: Bunnell girls play Taylor
Virginia. All friends strips. Combine syrup, Quickly spread in greased pan. Inaudible. Washington apologized
Hampton, home Dec.
High at on Saturday,
invited to attend sugar, and hot water. Cook over When firm, cut in squares. One that he was "unpractlccd
of the couple are 18 at 7:00 o'clock.
and slow heat, stirring until sugaris cup broken nut meats may be In civil administration," and announced .
the wedding recep
tion which will be held in the BUNNELL GIRLS WHIP dissolved. Add grapefruit peel added. Or the fudge may be that he would accept 'rr'
the ST. AUGUSTINE and cook to 230 For until a kneaded when hard, formed into no salary.
parish immediately followng Bunnell Girls beat St. Augustine -
ceremony.Mrs. 5219. Bunnell lead through .

out the game.
Bernice Barber had as her Judy Dunson lead the scoring
houseguests for a ten day visit
with 23 Brenda Tuckerwas
points.
recently her brother in law and second scorer with 12 Add a touch of color to bedroom.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whiteof points. your

Hardesty, Alberta Canada.
This was the first time the sis- '
CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS
ters had seen each other In 48
PRESENTED TOMORROWThe Subtract .
The Whites were on a :
years. \ < .
fifth grade will present a I { **&
tour of the United States and
one act play entitled "Christmas
they were enjoying stop over I Come to Grandpa" on Friday, -. running :
"
visits with relatives here and : } If .
'December 17th In the Bunnell
"
other sections.PENTACOSTAL. I
: School auditorium. There will be walking

I two performances open to the I :.. ,

HOLINESS I, public, one at 8:35 a. m. and the climbing \ (.
CHURCH HOLD A other at 9:45: a. m. ,
; FOOD SALE THURSDAY Davy Solomon will play the .

i The Pentacostal Holiness lead of Grandpa, ably assistedby rushing, ;
I Church of Bunnell is planning to his daughter, Barbara Cow. r

I hold a Christmas Bake Sale on art. Others in the cast Include andgetting

Thursday morning, December Dan Zlmmcrle, Cherry Wads-
I 23 In front of the post office. The worth, Greg Crews, Rita Pelllcer,
j committee said they would be.gin and the rest of the fifth grade. u pat

about 10 o'clock. The Bunnell High School

Christmas program will be held night.An .
1DLEWOOD CLUB the same day at 2:45 p. m., in

'I' TO HOLD THEIRCHRISTMAS the gymnasium. It will be pre ( extension phone .wonderful gift of service at Christmastime.)
} SOCIAL sented by the Bunnell Band.
: The Idlewood Club will have All elementary parties will beheld

their Christmas social for members at 2 p. m. School will be

,f and guests this Sunday afternoon dismissed for the holidays as
at five o'clock. The par. usual at 3:15.Members: .
ty will be held at the home of

Louis and Joy Stefllk. Those of the family of

planing to attend are asked to scorpionfl, such as that which
contact Joy Stefllk before this recently finned astronaut-aqua-

Friday I naut Scott Carpenter, are wide-
ly distributed throughout tropical -
MRS. JOHNSTON and temperate seas. The

ENTERTAINS AT pain produced by the sting of

A DINNER PARTY most scorplonflsh generally continues -
Mrs. Isham Johnston entertained for only a few hours, but
members of her Bridge In certain species Is so severe

Club and their husbands at a that it will cause Its victim to 4

dinner party Friday evening at I thrast about, to scream and per.

her home, 1004 East Moody Bou haps to lose consciousness and
levard. die. The safest way to get a M1

Those enjoying the affair were closeup view of the scorplonflsh 'i

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doblns, )Ir. is through the viewing ports at :
and Mrs. Robert Pickett, )fr. and Marineland In Florida. : :

Mrs. Wilson Sumerlands and

Don Ramslng of Daytona Beach I Metal workers in the mountains .
.
and :Mr. and Mrs. Royce Plckett of western Iran made excellent :

of Palm Beach. steel 3,000 years ago. i

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Lb. WILSON CERTIFIED Pkg.
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THE FLAGLER ,
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--- little mixture forms a very soft rolls and sliced. If desired 1.3
1
Christmas Candy
ball in cold water. Peel will be cup of cocoa: may be substitutedfor
transparent and most of the the unsweetened chocolate;
I
More EnjoyableIf sugar will be absorbed. Remove Increase butter to 3 tablespoons.

peel from syrup; drain. Roll Recipe makes 2 dozen pieces.

LOCALS HomemadeChristmas i each strip in granulated sugar. Here's a recipe that requiresno
Candied Peels Substl
Orange
is always more Joyous cooking:
.. 1 [ and festive when there's tute peel from 4 large oranges;
....... ,-
r1"-l. ''I1'1&' substitute 1 cup water in which No-Cook Peanut Butter
homemade candy. Making can
HOLLAND Mrs. Cletus Allen of Daytona orange peel was cooked for 1 Coconut Roll
I tradition
ARNOLD is
at Christmas a
dy
Beach was a guest of Mrs. Isham hot water. tt cup peanut butter
PLANS cup
WEDDING alive. And It can
: I week worth keeping
I. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Arnold of Johnston during the past be an answer to the gift prob : Candled Lemon Peels Substitute tt cup corn syrup
Hampton Virginia announce the end. lem. peel from six lemons. 2 teaspoons water

.' engagement and approaching Robert Abbott who has Use your own homemade can 'I Another popular holiday confection 3 milk tablespoons solids nonfat dry
Seamon
their daughter is rich smooth melt in
marriage of dies as a centerpiece for the ,
with
14 leave
for day U salt
been here a teaspoon
Carolyn Lee to Mr. Cary Dean dining table. Parties take on your mouth fudge. Here's a
Jack
of Mr. and Mrs. Z. his parents; Mr. and Mrs. I for the best fudge 12.3 cup sifted confectioners
Holland son an added sparkle when you arrange recipe you
Monday by planefor
D. Holland of 401 North Pine St. Abbott, left a lazy susan with an as. ever tasted: sugar
Seville
Madrid, Spain then to I II 1 cup moist shredded coconut.:
Bunnell Florida. Spain then go aboard the sortment of candy. I Chocolate Fudge Cut fine.
Miss Arnold is currently enrolled aircraft carrier Candied fruit peel is a 2 1-ounce squares unsweetened
as a senior at Florida USS Forrestal an Sea. favorite. It may be Flor.I'Ida I chocolate Blend peanut butter and corn

State University, majoring In in the Mediterranean In cakes cookies divinity, fudge II I % cup milk scalded syrup. Stir In water. Combine
elementary and exceptionalchild or as candy. 2 cups sugar nllk solids, salt and sugar, stir
R education. She is vice. wuuJJ Home economists with the' 1 teaspoon light corn syrup In syrup mixture. Add coconut:
Council for Exceptional Jritjh and knead until thoroughly
president of the Florida Agricultural Extension 2 tablespoons butter or margarine
Children and a mem scIooIVaws Service suggest this method for blended. Form Into roll. Cut Into

ber of Village Vamps official making candied fruit peel: 1 teaspoon vanilla slices. Makes about % cup

campus hostess honorary.Mr. GIRLS WIN CLOSE GAME : Candled Fruit Peel Melt chocolate In milk. Add candy.
Holland Is a graduation Bunnell High School Girls 2 large grapefruit sugar and corn syrup; cook
senior at Florida State University Basketball team pulled a victoryout V4 cup light corn syrup slowly stirring until sugar dis I
majoring in Secondary Ed. of a close game with Taylor 2 cups sugar solves. Cook gently to softball George Washington, his long
ucation. lie will be entering High on Tuesday night 1 cup hot water stage ((23F..), stirring fre* hair powdered white deliveredthe
Graduate School at F. S. U. in The game was played with Wash grapefruit, remove peelIn quently. Remove from heat; add I II first inaugural address in
January and will be majoringin two overtimes and the final quarters; remove pulp and butter and cool at room temper. ] New York City on April 30, 1789,
an interdepartmental program score was 3635. membrane. Cover peel with cold ature to lukewarm 110 F. with. the National Geographic says.
in the Social Sciences. Sherry Hargett played a fine water and bring to boll. Cook out stirring. Add vanilla; beat The first President' was appar
The wedding will be at 3:00 all-around ball game and was 20 minutes. Drain off water re vigorously until fudge becomes ently so nervous that his hands
p. m., December 28 1965 In the high scorer with 12 points. peat cooking process. Cut peel in very thick' and loses its gloss. trembled. His voice often was
Emanuel Lutheran Church Bunnell girls play Taylor U.Inch strips. Combine syrup Quickly spread In greased pan. Inaudible. Washington apologized -
Hampton Virginia. All friends High at home on Saturday, Dec. sugar and hot water. Cook over When firm cut in squares. One that he was "unpracticed
of the couple are invited to attend t8 at 7:00 o'clock. slow, heat stirring until sugarIs cup broken nut meats may be in civil administration," and an.
the wedding and reception BUNNELL GIRLS WHIP dissolved. Add grapefruit peel added. Or the fudge may be I nounced that he would accept \f

which will be held in the''I 1ST. AUGUSTINE and cook to 230 F., or until a kneaded when hard formed Into no salary.
parish immediately followng the Bunnell Girls beat St. Augustine -- .

rf"nun monY.- .. ') 5219. Evnnell lead through. .
I out the game.
Mrs. Bernice Barber had as her Judy Dunson lead the scoring
houseguests for a ten day visit with 23 points. Brenda Tucker
recently her brother in law and was second scorer with 12 Add a touch of color to your bedroom.

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whiteof points.
Hardesty, Alberta Canada. i
This was the first time the sisters PROGRAMS
CHRISTMAS
had seen each other In 41years. Subtract :
PRESENTED TOMORROW : .
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The Whites were on a The fifth grade will present a '..
tour of the United States and )
entitled "Christmas
act play
one -
they were enjoying' stop over Come to Grandpa" on Friday, .,. running, } ; >, 1 "
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here L.
visits with relatives another < December 17th in the Bunnell '

sections. School auditorium. There will be walking, .
two performances open to the o. I
PENTACOSTAL' HOLINESS public, one at 8:35 a. m. and the climbing *
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CHURCH HOLD A I other at 9:45 a. m. .
FOOD SALE THURSDAYThe Davy Solomon will play the rushing
Pentacostal Holiness lead of Grandpa ably assisted ,
Church of Bunnell is planning to] by his daughter Barbara Cow. (
hold a Christmas Bake Sale on I I art. Others In the cast Include andgetting
Thursday morning December: Dan ZImmerle, Cherry Wads 1
23 in front of the post omce. The' worth, Greg Crews Rita Pelllcer, u'pat
committee said they would begin and the rest of the fifth grade.
about 10 o'clock. The Bunnell High School
Christmas program will be held night.An .

1DLEWOOD CLUB the same day at 2:45 p. m., In
TO HOLD THEIRCHRISTMAS the gymnasium. It will be presented ( extension phone .wonderful gift of service at Christmastime.)
SOCIAL by the Bunnell Band. i

The Idlewood Club will have All elementary parties will be
their Christmas social for mem* held at 2 p. m. School will be
ben and guests this Sunday afternoon dismissed for the holidays as
at five o'clock. The par. usual at 3:15.Members: .

ty will be held at the home of
Louis and Joy St nlk. Those of the family of
planing to attend are asked to scorplonflsh such as that whichrecently
finned astmnaut-aquanaut *
contact Joy Stefllk before this
Friday. I Scott Carpenter are wide-
Sly distributed throughout tropical
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MRS. JOHNSTONENTERTAINS and temperate seas. The
AT pain produced by the sting of

A DINNER PARTYMrs. most scorplonflsh generally continues .
Isham Johnston entertained tor only a few hours but
members of her Bridge In certain species is so severe
Club and their husbands at a that It will cause Its victim to ,
dinner party Friday evening at thrast about to. scream and per.
her home, 1001 East Moody Bou haps to lose consciousness and
levard. die. The safest way to get a r

Those enjoying the affair were closeup view of the scorplonflsh
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doblns, Mr Is through the viewing ports at
and Mrs. Robert Picket, Mr. and MarlnfUnd In Florida. r
Mrs. Wilson Sumerlands and
Don Banning of Daytona Beach I Metal workers In the mountains n,,
of western Iran made excellent *
and Mr. and Mrs. Royce Pickett Pn.H
of Palm Beach. t steel 3.000 years ago.

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Beach CLUB MEETS GARDEN I Holiday SeasonGAINESVILLEYou Try planning with your family
fagfer : for observance of the spiritualside
The Florida Federation. of Garden I I of Christmas. Allow timeto
, Clubs of Flagler Beach met can avoid
at the home of Sue Spivey December I the hectic, hurried pace which is do things for others that

CHRISTMAS BRIDAL SHOWER COMMUNITY MEMORIAL 7. Mrs. Walter Mesheywas apt to bring on the pre-Christ- through been the year you may have
too to
busy
FOR BRENDA HORNSBYMrs. CHURCH NEWS co hostess. I mas blues if you apply manage accomplish.

Brenda Aaron Hornsbywas School begins at 9:45 The Christmas arrangementsthe I ment to your holiday activities.The --
guest of honor at a Bridal Sunday Club had made .at preceding key to success is plan.
with classes for all ages. 1 1I MILLERELECTRONICS
I block out time
ning, so ample
Shower last Saturday afternoonat service work shops were on exhibit
The morning worship
Church. wreath dolls In for getting all necessary jobs
the First Baptist o'clock with Rev. R. arrangements, I I
Hostesses were Mrs. Henry Shill, begins at 11 Next Sunday's colors of silver, gold, reds, and done, and stay within the bud. 1744
W. DIckert, pastor. Ocean Shore Blvd.
of funds and time have
Mrs. Bennie Clay and Mrs. Judson greens, were admired by the get you
"Four
will be Stepsin
topic :
Club members.Mrs. provided, home economists with REPAIRS
Stryker, Jr. the Condescension of Christ. ON TV'S
around Florence Shwlnk was the Florida Agricultural Exten
Gifts were arranged o'-
at 7
Next Sunday evening WASHERSDRYERS
sion Service advise.
Santa, descending a simulated Christmas congratulated on her entries In
clock the annual
chimney. Christmas cake and the "Greens Show" at Daytona What are your plans for
will be
party and program en
servedto Halifax Council of Garden Clubs. Christmas? Have you thought
cookies and punch were
joyed. Each class will take part I all the family Call Collect 72-0377
through things
round out the Christmas of the Florence entered a pine cone your I
along with the singing wants to do? It's time to
theme. The is tree trimmed with beads, but. get ALL WORK: GUARANTEED
favorite carols. public
Prizes were won by Mrs. Judy Invited to attend. tons and shells. The Club exhibited down to business-and here's a ,
Newberry, Miss Eleanor Shill, cordially it with lights ..and it looked check list that may help you
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Mrs. H. Gerdes, Nancy Combs CHURCH NEWS lovely. She also entered a large your :

and the door prize by Mrs. Maggie METHODIST Church School time is at 9:45a. : golden brown wreath of pinecones Plan carefully for your Christ. O. F. ALHORD
which well receivedby mas shopping and giftgivingand -
Eatman. was Registered
and morning worship at
m. budget time and funds
the visitors. It was displayedin your I
11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold Real Estate Broker
METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL the front of the building.Our accordingly. You" have more
minister. The chape
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Hoover, music Club planned to hold its time for wrapping the gifts ifi I BnnnelL Florida
Choir has planned special
THIS SUNDAY EVENINGThe morning. annual Christmas party and you shop early-and the pack- I I
for next Sunday
I dinner on December 16, at 6 ages will be more attractive If
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Church School and the There will be a Christmas you are not rushed.Of toL .IY ''Y'''' J J .
in
m. the Community Hall at
p.
Methodist Youth Fellowship will Service Friday, December 24th, the Beach. Members will meet course, the sooner you shop, I CommunitvMemorial
Christmas at from 11 to 12 midnight. Every. the wider the selection
present a program at the home of Marie Brede on you will
the church next Sunday eveningat one is invited to attend. December the 21, at 9:30 to make have from which to choose. Savea Church

7:30 p. m. Mrs. Irma Parker, Mrs. EWe up the "goodies" for the shut. lot of time-and tired feet- I.tetta...1_..._'
Every one is Invited to attend ins. by having a good idea of the
and asked to bring a gift, Goodwin, and Mrs. Sara Dickinson Items you want to get before AIR CONDITIONED
in white for the attended the conference for I I Daytona .
wrapped paper starting to shop. Shop early in
orphanage in Daytona. A fel the Aging and Senior Citizens the day, before you are too tired FLAGLER BEACH
FLAGLER WOMAN'SCLUB
lowship hour will follow the pro. held in Clearwater Sunday thru NEWS and before the stores become Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
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gram. Tuesday. crowded. Go shopping alone, so Church Service 11:00 A. M.

1 Mrs. R. K. Hirst, devotional there Is no one to Influence you R. W. DICKERT. Put rKVKIIYOXB
chairman of the Flagler Wom in your decisions. WRLCOMB

an's Club, gave an inspiringtalk Plan ahead so that after

on Proverbs when the Club Christmas shopping there will -
KRANTZ MOTORS held it's business meeting Wed. be money for the necessities in

nesday. January and February. It is PETERSON TEXACO :

President, Miss Emily Gage, never good management to buy SERVICE

Chrysler Plymouth Valiant presiding, committee chairmen gifts that cost more than you ROAD SERVICE

gave their reports and as business can afford. Light Mechanical Work
the members voted to placean To avoid the heavy post office I Phone 437-3441 Bunaell

International Trucks ad in the Bunnell High School rush, it is a good idea to send

1966 Annual and, also to put a all packages as soon as possible.

greeting ad in the Flagler Trib Allow ample time for addressing .
une. Mrs. Clara Hoppe was welcomed and sending Christmas cards HASTINGS MATTRESS

: SERVICE DEPARTMENT as a new member having and writing personal messages & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

been voted on at the November to friends. 710-12 Lemon St.

SPECIALS meeting. Mrs. Edward A. Kru- Involve your family in dec. Palatka, Florida

ger, legislative chairman, gavea orating the home for the holi Phone EA 5-9166

report of several letters re days. Furnltu-T Upholstering

ceived concerning the request of I Plan your holiday menus and Repaired & Refinished

TUNE-UPS many Clubs designating a commemorative i meals well in advance, so that Mattresses & Box Springs
Mode to Order.Also Renovated
postage stamp in there will be leisurely time for
Call Laura Morris 437-323)
1966 for the Diamond Jubilee entertainment.
$7.50 An 11811 Cyl. Cars celebration of the General Fed If travel is on your holiday PRICES After REASONABLE.6:00 P. M.

eration of Womens Clubs. There agenda, plan details with care. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.

$5.00 "6" Cyl. being so many requests on the A list of things to do at home Just as near a your
list it is doubtful of its reality. before leaving such as stopping Phone or Poet Office

, Members present were pleasedto the dally paper, having the Drop Us A Card or Call
Plus Parts Free Pickup & Delivery
hear that Miss Flora Gage mail held at the post office, etc.
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FREE BRAKE ADJUSTMENTWith home from the hospital in a very


TUNE-UP short During time.the refreshment,period BROWN & BROWN INC.

served by Mrs. Victor Buckles,

Mrs. Margaret Givens closed her I INSURANCEOUR

U. S. No. I 437-3311 Club Project by awarding a miniature .
. Grandfather Clock to Mrs.
Dean Holland of Bunnell. Mrs. PHONE
NUMBER IS
Bunnell Holland not being present was

given the clock the next eveningat
the Shrine dinner she and Mr. 437-3394

Holland attended at the Club.

KRANTZ MOTORS, INC.
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The Choir of the First
2 (5 Quarts) Baptist SeniceFlagler
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UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 1965 I Carol Sing Sunday night, December Truck & Tractor Co

19th at 7:30: p. m.
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God. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
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Joe Grain'Fresh Florida Grade "A" STUFFINGSWEET
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EGGS 2 i GOLDEN CORN 12 oz. Can
8 Oz.Pkf. For
Sun Spun (in Qtr.) (Limit 2 Please) 29NIBLETS 2 39C

OLEO Z Ib. 29$ Ocean Spray 1 lb.Can
Red & White Quart Jar Cranberry For
SAUCE Z 49C
FROZEN FOODS MAYONNAISE 49C

Pet Ritz (9 inch) (IN TINS) Red & White 303 Can Red & White SLICED No. 2 Can
PIE SHELLS 2 For 39* FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 For $100 PINEAPPLE Each 33*

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FRESH PRODUCE with coupon purchase. )with coupon & purchase /with coupon A pure ha.
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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 16, 1965
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water. Allow the cloth to drip sure you unplug the tree lights
Qa4denl trj itt q.loIJlt/a. Holiday Calories Make Christmas I before Ironing. I I Ii (I before going to bed or leaving

(8, II nrr Sharp) Hard To Resist I Safe Holiday i Don't overload circuits. Make -the house.BUNNELL -. -

Roses and mothers In law are I HIGH SCHOOL
I Is It hard for you to resist so GAINESVILLE Christmas 'I
often sticky subjects. But remember many good and often rich holiday time a family can be so caughtup BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 196S 66Dec.
either-this
without I I foods? In the excitement of the sea - --

would be a dull drab world. Home economists with the son that the usual cautiousness 17 ..................Friday Callahan ....................Home
Often both have to be handled Florida Agricultural Extension about fires Is forgotten, says Ray Dec. 18 ..............Saturday Pierson ........................Home
with "gloved hands" but If they Service offers some suggestionson Pettls agricultural engineer Jan. 4 .................Tuesday St. Joseph ..........._.....Home
are treated properly both will how to enjoy holiday foods Florida Agricultural Extension I I Jan. 7 ...................Friday Florida D and B..._.....Away
bring enjoyment to home and without putting on unwanted Service. Jan. 11 ...........-...Tuesday Hastings .....................Away
the garden. weight. Families should be more alert I I Jan. 14 .................Friday Baldwin .....................Home
Since gardening is a safer Enjoy any party food that is at Christmas time than usual Jan. 18 ................Tuesday St. Augustine ........._...Home.
subject than domestic affairs served but limit the size of because extra dangers can be'. Jan. 21 .......-.........Friday St. Joseph ..........._....Away
here are a few tips on roses. your selection. For example select created by a dry tree combustible I Jan. 25 ................Tuesday Lopez ..................._....Home
However, you might keep in an open-faced sandwich ornaments and paper, Pettis Jan. 28 .................Friday Florida Military ........Home
mind that a dozen roses anda made with thin slives of meat points out. Feb. 1 ...............Tuesday Crescent City ...........Away
few kind words often soften instead of a miniature putt Feb. 4 ....................Friday Hillard ..............._......Away
the damage of a domestic tilt. : filled with rich creamed mix. To keep your home fire free. Feb. 5 ................Saturday St. Augustine ............Away
Roses come In two main tures.If during the holiday: season follow Feb. 8 ................Tuesday Florida D & B..Home

classes; dormant (bare roots) you have a choice between these safety tips: Feb. 11 ......._..... ..Friday Callahan ..........._......Away
and container grown. The dorm. sweets or raw fresh vegetables, A safer tree is one that's keptin Feb. 15 ..............Tuesday Hastings ............._.......Home
ant rose plants are graded No. concentrate your attention on 1, No. 1% and No. 2 based on nibbling carrot curls celery never near an open fireplace I Game Starts at 7:00.:
size and number of canes. Grade sticks, radishes. stove, heat register or other All Games Start at 6:30.
one is best.Container Enjoy traditional holiday beverages :source of heat or drying. The Girls play Pierson both games, No "B" game either.
grown rose plantsare but keep in mind two 'stand should be well filled with time.
"Florida Fancy No. 1"; and calorie stretching techniques.One I water.
"Florida Fancy No. 2." Plants 1 Is to have your cup or glass I
which do not conform to stand. only half filled. The other is I If you want to string lights on PHONEKelley's
ards for one of these grades are to sip it graciously and' grad. an artificial tree be suure that
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eligible for any Florida grade I, ually. both the tree and lights bear
label. The best quality rose Christmas cakes and candiesare the Underwriters' Laboratories Fuel Oil
plant obtainable is a "Florida usually high in calories (UL) label. I

Fancy" container grown plant but they need not upset your
Use only candle holders that CLEAN BURNING
with Rosa fortuiana rootstock.For weight schedule If you eat I I
are of a material that won'tburn
those who lack a definite them In limited amounts. Avoid
or melt. Beware of metal-
green thumb, try the potted the first helping altogether if plated plastic. Don't use combustible I STANDARD
stock as these plants are almost you are unable to resist a sec
natural or plastic mantle I
sure to live.Varities ond piece after tasting the first
and table decorations where
to plant can be a Watch out for those calorie
open flames from, the fireplaceor
problem. Old fashioned favorites counters-the holiday frills suchas candles may end in a blaze.
have adavantages over the new- sauces gravy, stuffings and
comers. These Include such rosesas desserts. Avoid all combustibe orna PRODUCTS

Louis Phlllippe Summer Sunshine Decide ahead of time the foods ments. Cloth may be flame.. DIESEL KEROSENEHOME
Mothersday and Queen you are going to eat In limited I proofed by dipping it in a solution -:-

Elizabeth. amounts. Then stand' by your made with seven ounces of DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS

Plant roses for cut flowers ina decision and stay slim.to borax and three ounces of boric Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida
separate cutting garden be. acid In three quarts of warm
cause they're far from hand. leaf out keep an eye out for
diseases such as black spot
some if pruned properly covered
most of the time with pro brown canker and powdery mil
tective fungicides and denudedof dew. Insect pests that may
flower buds dally. harm the bushes will include
aphids, thrips, pumpkin bugs
Select a site in a sunny lo p
cation. In the event the bed cottony.cushion scale and red $ J
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Your county agent will be _
tect the rose bushes from ma
rauding roots with a sheet of I your best source of Information
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metal roofing buried vertically on controlling these insects and
along the side of the bed. diseases. Ask him for Bulletin
Prepare the planting site prior I 180 "Roses in Florida."

to securing the rose bushes. If
I the soil Is loose light ,and Since the Washington Monu
sandy remove it to a depth of ment was completed in 1884
15 inches and replace with compost more than 43 million people
of rotted leaves manure have ridden or trudged to the
and rich hammock soil. For best top of the 555-foot obelisk the

f growth be sure the replaced National Geographic says.

material Is quite acid. Many ::1
sandy soils in south Florida 11II ,
contain too much lime for best ALL.
KINDS Oi PEOpt[
rose production say Universityof
Florida 'rose specialists. ,
Choose an overcast day for ,:'.

planting. First check the plant .,- ,., .
carefully and cut back the bushto < I
four or five eyes. Trim off YQAR M

all broken roots. Everybody
Be sure the planting holes are I ,
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handful of garden fertilizer and
cover lightly with top soil. Dip ;
the roots of each plant In a PA ffyy ,

bucket of water before planting. i H
Insert the new bush so that the > t '.
root system will stand at the ru' 'tEtt R ut .,
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ground level. Pack firmly and j ?
An Electric Blanket or Sheet gives you a warm bed to jump *
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plant to hold the water. into and keeps you cozy all night long. ;. J .:'

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