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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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. 51 "*BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 23, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR \1
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Social Security Rayonier Pays 1965 Tax Bill! Bunnell Lighting Flagler Beach


r l Searching For Contest Winners Outdoor Lighting


Those Over 65 Are .AnnouncedWinners Contest Winners
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r Mell D. Eadle. social security In the Outdoor The Flagler Beach, Garden ;

t... district manager in Daytona Christmas Lighting Contest for Club Christmas Lighting contest 1 J.:
Beach, Florida, said today that the Bunnell area were announc. winners were announced by the r.
I his' office Is searching for 8000 ed by Commander Floyd Hurl. judges today. o

4 persons 65 and over who have i The contest was sponsored by I First place winner was the ;
never worked 'under social security Flagler Post 115 American Leg- Nagl Abraham home on Avalon
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or the railroad retirement street. Second place was the
, : The,first place winner for res. James Zastallanta home. Third
system. These 8000 people, Eadle !
Idence went to Ronnie and Don. place winner was Mrs. Irene
r said, may qualify for Medicare rt'Rayonier nle Brock. Their display was at Masemore, Connecticut avenue;

', protection. the family home on South Stone I Fourth place prize winner wentto
;, Mr. Eadle emphasized that the street. the Dodlmead home.
t new Federal law on Medicare Second place winner was the Honorable mention award was
will protect them only If they home of Mr. and Mrs. Benny given Domenico Buono, 1005
t apply for the protection. Thereis Black on West Howe street. The North Central avenue.
a deadline for applying. All I entry was made by Mrs. Black. The Juudglng was done on
I Third place for residence was Tuesday evening. The Lighting .f
" persons now 65 or.over will have
won by Walter Wilkins at 405
. I' the medical Insurance part of taking advantage the November discount on Deen Road. Contest is sponsored each year .,
,U- before their 1965 tax bill Emory Ackerman Area Forester apd by the Flagler Beach Garden
" Medicare only ,they apply For the business entries, First t Club. Thecontest is for residents :.
a. next March 31/ Harry McKenney are presenting the check for $9,592,36 place winner was awarded to the of Flagler Beach.
All U. S. citizens are eligible to Flagler County Tax Collector Dale B. Brown Jr. MIl.Ton Motel on South High The Garden Club members ex.

for Medicare at 65. If you are nota The check was delivered, in November. Reading 'from way '1. pressed their thanks to the people
U. S. citizen you may still left to right are Tax Collector Dale Brown Jr; Harry Second place 'winner was the, for their cooperation and the !

.. qualify If you were lawfully admitted McKenney, Tract Manager\ ; Emory Ackerman Area For- Dixlana Motel, U. S. Highwa .I City for the beautiful lighting, 1

l for permanent residence ester. II The displays were' Judged on Chairman' Mrs. Frank Brede said I
and have lived in. the United : --- Monday night and' announced today.

States for 5 consecutive years at HOLIDAY CLOSING and on Monday, January 3rd Wednesday by Commander Hurl ,....
for New Years. The American Legion Post -
the time of application.Mr. CITY COMMISSION
SCHEDULE: FOR The Board of County .Commissioners sponsors the contest each year
Eadie also noted that pub. COURT HOUSEThe will meet on the regular J t for Bunnell and surroundingarea. ACCEPTS BIDS FOR
lie welfare recipients who are I .
date 3rd 9:00.
Monday, January ,
65 and over need not get in offices in the Court House a. 'V, Afl. NEW TRUCK MONDAYThe
touch with the. social security I I will be closed from noon, December ,, f A favorite gameflsh in Florida Bunnell City Commission, aIn

office. Details for covering those I 24th, until 8:30: a. m., Decem- Florida produces &&per cent.of waters the dolphin, can swimnearly session Monday evening, ac.
on the welfare roles are being ber'28th for Christmas holidays; the world's grapefruit> i 50 miles an hour. 1.1 opted the low bid for $3185.10

worked out, and the public wel. -------r T L '"- Including\ tradeln, for a new International *

fare agency will give these people truck. The bid was
information on how they presented by Krantz Motors of I

;.. _,, may.secure.-Medicare. protection. 'M .r ; !lam! .t tie. brIh g s,us .innpirin! Julth Bunnell.
There will be a representativeof w. fur peace anti good will on cnrlli. They also Charles accepted the resignation j
Social Security Administration } of. Worley as 1
the Bunnell Jan. 11, We 8inj5 Ills praise and rejoice! It is Fire Chief. The commission
In on asked
i the FIfO Department to I
1966 from 9:00: a. m. till 12:00: t ; ; most appropriate that we take this make recommendations In the

o'clock. lie will be located at the { matter. I
opportunity to wish l our friends eve
Bunnell Civic Center. The City Offices will be closed '
. rywhere mucKJhappincss and great Thursday through the Holiday I t

; '' contentment. weekend. They will be open onDecember

Two Die In Auto 27. I


, Accident Sunday
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" tiT r FSC Club Enjoys !
nine hour period, 9:30a.
In .a
m. to 6:30 p. m. Sunday, there (,: Christmas
were seven automobile accidents \ Party I
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f in Flagler County. Two on U. S. "
Highway 1 south, two on High Tuesday EveningThere

way 100 west, and three on were 53 members and j
Highway 1L Two were killed in when the
guests present Flagler :
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a wreck on Highway 11 about Senior Citizens Club met Tues !

7 miles west of Bunnell. Minor ___ day evening, Dec. 21, for its an. '
injuries were reported' from I nual Christmas party. The party
other accidents. was given In the clubroom In
, Miss Grace Nipper, 49, of the Municipal Building. Flagler
Jacksonville was killed' instant ; Beach. Following dinner there

ly about 11:30) Sunday morning. was group singing after which
Eugene Hobbs about 50 fatally of
a grab bag exchange gift
injured in the wreck died about took place:' between all of those
one hour later In the local hospital present

from Coronary Shock. He rt The Club welcomed new member
was from St. Cloud Florida. Mrs. Elfle Goodwin of Flag-
t f Miss Nipper heading west, c .
__ Ire Beach. There were six visitors
t was reported to have lost con 9 Mr. and }(r.. George Wage
' trol of her car and broad slid man. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grleger,
I' Into the Hobbs car driven by and Mr. and Mrs. Mellinger. all t
, David Hobbs. Listed In fair con
from Indiana. They are winter :
dlUon in the Bunnell General I
.Ing In Flagler Beach.
Hospital was Mrs. Gertrude It was reported that the Flag
Hobbs. She was reported to have Icr Beach City Commission had
received Internal Injuries. I agreed to secure additional
Craig Funeral Home of Bun : e tables for the clubroom which
nell was In charge of local arE will be needed to take care of
rangements. 'I'M body of Miss ,
f the anticipated larger attend
Nipper was sent to Jacksonville I ance:' at the Club's winter' meet
and the body of )(r. Hobbs was I 9 ings. The clubroom will be open

sent to St. Cloud.It Christmas day for members and
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was reported to be the their guests who are InterestedIn
eleventh traffic fatality on High getting together for dinner. A

way 11 during 1965. I ham dinner vlll be served at

I 1:30 and those who plan to at

'..a. Sunfish are amazingly prolific.I tend are asked to bring a vegetable
In three years 127 bluegills In dish or dessert and table

trodoced in an Illinois lake mul I' service.The .
tipUed to 67,700, the National Flagler Tribune Staff next regular meeting of
Geographic says. the Club will be held January 4.

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Dec. 23/1965


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1ST TilE CIRCUiT COURT SEVENTH
Caroling Custom JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
WANT ADSListings PETERSON TEXACO AND FOIL FLAG LEn COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO.
:
Goes Back To SERVICE v S.UOATEAB
ALBERT
B. POWELL and PEGGY
under this heading are ROAD SERVICE C. POWELL his wife,

3 cents a word each insertion Fifth Century Light Mechanical Work Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH
.
75 cents Is the minimum charge v. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IJT
HOWARD CLARK and INEZ
Phone 437-3441 Bunnell 1
I AND FOR FLAGLEH COUNTY.
his
Royal Typewriter for sale. Perfect I CLARK wife. FLORIDA. CHANCERY NO. SUM
Defendants.
Christmas caroling is almost. _-< JUDITH ABICHT FOWLER.Plaintiff.
condition, $35.00. Gall 437 as old as Christmas itself NOTICE OF SUIT

3473. Dec. -Itp IN THE NAME OF THE STATE v.
though not In the form we know F : RALPH AHDITH'FOWLER..

Trailer with patio for rent at It. J O. F. ALT7ORD' TO: CLARK HOWARD, his CLARK wife, whose and INEZ residence i i NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Defendant OJT

Decker's Trailer Park. Also one An 'early historian' wrote that i Registered Is unknown THE lULL NAME FOR OF niVOHCBIN THE STATE
You hereby notified that a
are
space for trailer for rent. Phone In the Second Century the bishop complaint to foreclose a real estatemortgage OF FLORIDA:
of Rome urged his people to Real Estate Broker: recorded In Official Rec- TO: RALPH ARDITH FOWLER.
4373714. Dec. 16 2t. unknown.
ords Book 16. Pare 6J5. of the Pub- whose residence I*
sing "In celebration of our I Bunnell Florida lic Records of Flagler County on GREETINGS: notifiedadmonished
Furnished the following described property, You are hereby cited .
apartment for rent. Lord. Christmas hymns go ordered and required

Call Harris Appliances, 4373367. back to the Fifth Century, when toThe West Half (WK) of the to file your answer to the bill of
complaint filed herein against you
Northeast Quarter ( Eb6t
Dec. 23-tf. most of them were written. In .....,. lI the Northeast Quarter (NEW) In the above-entitled cause, in the
of Section 9, office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Latin. l.i.nrlag Court In and for Flagler County,
FOR SALE-Two bedroom home South Range 80
,
I rCommunlt'Memorial ler County, Florida also described Florida, on or before the 10th day
concrete block, balance $7000.00, St. Francis of Assisi is regard. as Tract Two (2), in of January A. D. 1961. and to servo
Block One (1) Bald section.Township a copy of such answer upon DavidL.
V. A. financed. May be seen at ed as the father of caroling. as Church and Range Black Plaintiff's attorney herein -

702 N. Cherry Street or call 437* we know It according to,World has been filed against you in the whose address is First Federal
Is>ter-4.... .. ._. above entitled cause and you are Building. 601 North Grandvlew Avenue -
3473. 12.16 2tp. I Book Encyclopedia. In 1223, St. required to serve a copy of your Daytona Beach. Florida on
AIR CONDITIONED answer or other pleadings to the or before said date as required J>y
Francis placed a creche (miniature complaint plaintiffs' attorney. the Laws of Florida and the Florida
Kittens
for FREE.
given away' nativity scene) In a hermitage Dayton Av.. Lawrence woo: ,, whose address Rules of Civil Procedure.
Mrs. Coy G. Harris, 207 North l is P.O. Box 5217, Daytona Beach The Flagler Tribune Is hereby
In Grecchlo', Italy. FLAGLER BEACH Florida 12020. and Ale the originalanswer i designated as the newspaper In
Moore Street. Phone 4373367. or other pleadings In the which this order shall be publishedonce
Dec. -Itc After this many churches be Sunday Sdiool 10:00 A. M. office of the Clerk of the Circuit a week for four consecutive

ban displaying a nativity scene Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. Court of Fierier County Florida. weeka. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A.nECHEE .
at Bunnell. Florida, on or before PRO CONFESSO WILL
I FOR SALE-a practically new at Christmas, and soon the people the 14th day of January 1961. BE ENTERED AGAINST'YOU FOR
w. DICKERT PasUr SUCH FAILURE.
13 ft. Hot Point In began acting out the Christmas "The Flarler Tribune" Is designated -
Refrigerator : EVERYONE WKLCOMK as the newspaper In which The nature of this suit U a bill

excellent condition. A Niagara story. The actors composed this notice shall be published once I for divorce.
.. each week for four consecutive"HEREIN WITNESS my hand and seal of
Deluxe Lounge Chair,' excellentfor carols to sing with their nativity office at Bunnell Flagler County.
FAlL' NOT OR A DECREE Florida this Uh day of December,
relief of arthritis. Other plays and after the plays they PRO CON FERRO WILL BE I A. D. 1965.

Items. B. A. Bolton, P. O. Box 718. would stroll down the street, ENTERED AOAINST YOU FOR (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE.
Clerk of the Circuit
SUCH FAILURE. Court
Phone VA 99061 day: Phone VA singing. In that way street t.F MILLERELECTRONICS WITNESS my hand and seal at :. Flarler County, Florida
Bunnell. Flagler County Florida David L. Black
42306 night. Dec. 162tc. caroling was born.
Attorney for Plaintiff
this day of December, 1965.
I I Joseph Mohr, a pastor !in Ob- ( Aih?: Clerk' SMYTHE 601 North Grandvlew Avenue
FOR RENT- Daytona Beach, Florida
2 bedroom duplexapt Circuit Court
: erndorf, Austria, composed 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. Flarler County Florida Dec. 9, 16. 23. 10-4tc

screened porch and car I "Stille Nacht or "Silent Night," I Dec. 23-30 1965 A Jan 6-U-ttc
IN COURT
OK TUB COUNTY
port. Call 4373304. 11-25-Tfc on Christmas Eve, 1818. Franz REPAIRS ON TV'S IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT" 'F JUDftK. FI.AGLKR COUNTY.

FLAC1LKR COUNTY. FLORIDA STATE OK FLORIDA.
FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT Gruber the local schoolmasterand WASHERSDRYERS IV CHANCERY NO. 01X0 IN PHOUATR.

2-bedroom Florida and organist, composed the muse I RITA, CIV1TAN. In re the Estate of
room, Plaintiff ROYAL ACKLEY WOOD
...
carport beach house unfurnish Ice the same day, and the hymn "'
CIVITAN ALLL'W'H M'
TO
ed. Hurricane fence encloses was sung for the first time at I, Call Collect 612.0371ALL JOHN ueivnaani..__ ( : IT MAT 'CON'ERN -

Midnight Mass that night. NOTICE TO DEFEND Notice is hereby given that
back yard. Call 4373472. 11-4-tf I WORK GUARANTEED I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO VERNON A. RAYMOND AND
Charles Wesley brother of JOHN CIVITAN KENNETH W. RAYMOND filed
FOR SALE-3 whose residence and their final report as Executors of
bedroom, 2U John Wesley, wrote, "Hark! The post office address are unknown JhrUfita6 of ROYAL ACKLEY

bath, double garage, central Herald Angels Sing!" in 1739. lTIIH CIRCUIT COI'HT' I.V AND You are hereby notified that A WOOD deceased; that they filed

heating fire place< large Florida FOR FLAUI.KR (COUNTY FLOHIIJA suit has been filed against you I in that petition for final dlschare i and
Phillips Brooks, a noted Boston VIIANCKHY CASH NOsuer the above entitled cause; and you they McKnRpght] to the Honor-
room situated 160x110 waterfront are hereby required to able T. K. County Judge
on clergyman, wrote "O Little Town rlhr.o'o: answer of Flagler
with the Clerk County Florida, on the
lot..' Call 439-2203, FlaglerBeach. of Bethlehem" In 1868 after visIting HOWARD LERCH. Plaintiff and to serve a copy thereof upon 7th day of January 19(6. for ape

11-4-tf the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, proval of same and for final dls-
Bethlehem. EMERSON It'wiLSON and whose name and address Is: cSrJWUg.E* c tors of the estate
Though not carol Handel's FOR RAY 8KLDEN of ROYAL ACKLEY WOOD de-
a TUB NEW YORK BANK
c eased this
SEWING MACHINE 1965 Model SAVINGS of New York. New YorkDefendant Selden BulldlnrDaytona on 6th day o!; October
1 964.
noble "Messiah" is a Christmas Beach- Floridanot
clearance sale. We have 7 1965 later than January 8, A. D.: 11186. Vernon Raymond
tradition. It first was performedIn KWTICH OF St'IT h.\w
I If you fall to do Raymond
round bobbin sewing machines THE 8TATB OP FLORIDA so. decree proconfesso
Dublin In 1742. "Joy to the YORK HANK .will be entered against Executors of the estate
TQ
'left. These machines are com 'oTllA }f8.. of New York :you for tne relief demanded In the of ROYAL ACKLEY
World, written In the early 18th New York whose business ad bill of complaint. The nature of WOOD deceased.
pletely guaranteed. Equipped to said Dec E. 9. II, 2J
suit being for divorce. -4tc.
dress is 280 Park Avenue New
Century by Isaac Watts, was set
zigzag, makes buttonholes etc. York. New York WITNESS my hand and seal of
to the music of a segment of the You are hereby notified that a laid Court this 7th day of Decem NOTICE OF INTENTION: : TO
$25 Is total price. Will accept D. 1965. RKOISTKR FICTITIOUS SAME
suit has been filed against you In I 'm/i
older machine for "Messiah. "While Shepherds. the above entitled cause and that ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE In accordance with Section $65.09
part Florida
payment.
"p to file Clerk of said circuit Court Statutes. '( under-
Watched Their Flocks by Night, you are hereby required youranswer signed' will lt'htb.:
Call Orlando 425.3577 collect with the Clerk of thisCourt By Julia R. Harvey register Cleric
written in 1703 by Nahum Tate, and to serve a copy thereof Deputy Clerks of the Circuit Court In Flakier
11-4-Jan 6-lOtcCOr. upon the Plaintiff' or- Plaintiff Dec. -1..23.30-4tc County.. Florida, upon receipt of
was set to music taken from proof of
-- -- publication of this notice,
attorney whose name and address --
; I W. U IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF : the following fictitious name, toe
UPHOLSTERY Bunnell, "SIroe, an opera by Handel. Wadsworth P.O. Box 191. wlt "A1A Motel-
FI.OKII1A
Iiunnell. Florida not later than IV AND FOR FI.AO- under which wo
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and No one knows who wrote "The January :22. 1961. I.KR COUNTY. 9KVK4TH JUICE.o are engaged In the operation of a
If you fall to do so, decree pr IIAI. CIRCUIT. IN CHANCF.HY motl on Highway' ALA Flag-ler
deliver First Noel.
all furniture free. For It first appeared In confesio will be NO. siav Beach Flatter County Florida In

sample material and prices on print In 1833 In a book called complaint.you for the relief leetd.rnalh: : LULA POTTER.Plalntlff.ROBERT'POTTER. :I the which only business persona the Interested.undersigned ate

labor.call 437.3673. 7ltf "Christmas Carols Ancient and The nature of said suit being for his Dated ** Flagler Beach. Florida.

I Modern" and Is believed to be foreclosure of Mechanic Lien recorded 915. 10th dy of November. A. D.
SEPTIC TANK ; In O. R, Book 14* Defendant
; drain very old. of the public d.UofaJt'fI lagie NOTICE TO IIKFBNII Clayton R. Lehr
fields Installed; snail shell. Rea. County. Florida the description of THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Edna R. Lehr
The author of "God Rest Ye the property preceded against be- 1 ROBERT POTTER Dec. 2. >. II. 23.-4tp.
sonable prices. Call George Ja- log as follows: ADDRESS UNKNOWN
Merry Gentlemen also Is ISf
roz ID 7.3410 unknown All that certain property situate You are hereby notified that a TIIK CinCITIT: COURT. SEV-
8-1-tf but he lived before and being la Flakier County suit has been filed against you In AND EYTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I*
Florida the above entitled FOIL FLAGLEII OVfTY.;
,
more particularly do.jorlbed cauuse; and you
/ >X-X 'N/- *><->/ N/-* Shakespeare. as follows: Lot 28. are e<< to file "FI.OItlDA

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER So if you should go caroling mock 2 Mobb's Subdivision 01; re'th"1 Clerk of 'th.en1 : OKORGB ril4CKHr LiVLIP:. 513.
Fierier Ileach. Florida. No Court to a copy thereof MOORE.
this Christmas season think of 2159 Dayton* Avenue South upon >I nilvr the Plaintiffs Plaintiff '
BEACH REALTY co. Flakier each. Florida. attorney, whose name and address JANIE LOUIRE
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT other carolers of years gone by, Together with all structures I.: MOORE.
of the people of Charles Dickens'time and Improvements now and hero- DONALD F:. BUCK Pefendant
WATER FRONT, FARMS, after on said land. 108 Saint Oeorre Street TO NOTICE TO DEFEND
In their beaver hats and WITNESS my hand and the seat. Saint Augustine Florida 12014 :Whose JANIE LOUI8E MOORE
ACREAGElee ot said Court not later than the 15th residence Is: Unknown
*i ilunnell Florida day of Jan _
tu for your real estate needs cutaway coats, of English viI. this Wh day of December A. D. uary, 1911.If to Ali AHE IIEItEDY' : Court
lagers In hose and jerkin of 1955: you fall to do .0., decree pro with the Clerk of thla
Office Phone HE 9-2242 (SEAL) E. 8MYTHB confesso will be entered against Jour Answer to the Bill o f Complaint -
Residence Phones ID good St. Francis, and of the lerk of Circuit Court you for the relief. demanded In the tiled herein against you /In
7-3691 of the ri'fLCo' *"***, Florida bill of complaint. oJJ.Jh7! VI1",14 cause on or be-
or ID 7.3517 priests time of the Christian Dec 23- A Jan. -H-4tc The nature of said suit being for I). Ilia fiV dy of December. A.
Roman Empire who be. divorce.WITNESS. a thereof
.* TUB nnrriT rornr. EV. my hand and seal of tltC. Attorney who oSOlk lain'
fore caroling as we know it existed RJTH JI DI'IAi. ( I Id I.IT, 1. aid Court this 14th day of DecentE. 111 .. .dd,... I.r.1'lb .

sang "In celebration of our ANn".TATN' POII OK .KLAia.Kii....OIUU"". IN COI'NTY.CIiAN: = her u. A. SMYTHE TIER Drawer }Avenue lolly. till Post!, Florida.Otfie.

Lord." ('t nY. .. Clerk ot said Circuit Court. her.b deilnated
r NOTICE; OF FORECLOSURE SALE (OJo"FJCIAL SmAI.) ItiGn..pa-
BE Is hereby given By-JuHa It. Harvey, p per ublished In which this order shall be
s sStA undersigned. Clerk if the Circuit Deputy Clerk. once a week for
R : Court cult In of and the Seventh Judicial Clr- Dee K. 21. 19. 19IS and Jan. 4-4tc NOT OltyAwDECREE V U1l:
Flagler ros-
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S Florida. p ufr to the :.ai1 SER WILL HE ENTERED
foreclosure entered In a case pend- TO WHOM IT MA/CONCERNt L'RE AAINBT, YOU FOR SUCH FAIL-
LICENSED Ing I.. said Court the style o' You will take notice that E. It Tb.
which I. THREADOILL and JOHN It JEN- for nature f this suit I. a bill
DURING YOUR TWO KAMKr! BANK FOR NINOS. under the provisions of divorce
'' !l'A v..ca: IN TIM CITY 8-ctlons 1921 and 191.29. Florida WITNES.q my hand and seal at
BIRTH MONTH :2KKW. YORK. a 4w York eir. Statutes 1553. will .t t o'clock oo this Bunnell .laglrr County Florida
....tl... the Utb day ot
of January November
1168. n. A. D.
dt"t" 1fiS,
..... .. fir to
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'. T 11171i17iT7ri 11 11 11 1 1 1.11a a. a.a aa a 1 ".. l I-riMMtSWIONERS OF FLAQLER EMIL A. of

II. UAWROV AND! COUNTY. FLORIDA, at Its meeting Court na.Ur4Co7ntV. Flo-
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT rilYl K. IAWIONM wir. room In the County Court House I OFFICIAL
I>.,........ In Bunn 11. Florida to vacate the SEAL
fl.1* docket Dumber of whl'h following subdivision plat: By: Julia R. Harvey
will offer for sale and sell All that certalsj Slap or Plat of >P uty
AMBULANCE at Public Outcry to the highest "TERRACE, $! BEACHa subdUls- -- Poc. 2.CJ.rlf.. 22-4tc
and best bidder for cash the fol Ion of all et Section J9. ---
PHONE VAIley 4 1625 lowing described property situate II: South. Rang tl Kast.Township and all
SERVICE In Flagler County Florida, to-wit: those portions of Government Lots
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA Lot 1 of Block 1 of Colony park 1 L and ot Section M. Township 11 a" $1.gltr lJrthuu,
Subdivision according to South. R nr* 12s* t.
or plat thereof recorded In r.1 lat ot Florida East Coast ifavlgatlori
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We Book : par 4142. Public Records Canal. Flagler County.. State of ar1IIU.: FLORIDA
i Flatter County.. Floe norlda except State Roads
are always at yon service with promptntss. safety and ida Highways crossing .M pVrtr. NIta, Ma
Bald sale will bo held at the as shown In Slap or Ilat Book ; rCLLCT. Editor
:. experience. Front Door of the Flagler County .J pate 38. of the P.bUo Records
Courthouse In the City of Runnell. flatter County, state of nor- Designated a.weeseap. ,

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Fruit Cake Is ,1 lb. candied cherries ing. Synthetic fibers spun as I agulate the plant's! milky sap.

4-cups pecans (chopped coarsely) either plain or textured yarns This cuts down the problem of
Chop nuts and fruits. Use all
Holiday TreatHome hold their shape beautifully and wilt
flour on fruit. Cream butter sugar
beaten eggs and add flavor- have the advantage of being
You can do this two ways.
economists with the ing. Combine with fruits and
i easy to care for. Place the cut end of the stem In
Extension
Florida Agricultural nuts. Bake at 300 until done,
Service suggest some new holiday about 1H hours. Makes just A close, firm knit is considered hot water for about a minute.

cake Ideas. short of 5 pounds. best for wear, appearanceand Then place It immediately in

To make Individual fruit cake Pecan cakes are always popular Firm to cold water. Be sure not to let ,
elasticity. ribbing
trees divide a loaf fruit cake in In the South, and here's oneyou'll the steam from the hot water
to pie-shaped wedges. Cut each want to Chiffon finish the neck, sleeves and
try-Pecan damage the flowers.
wedge in half horizontally, to Cake. Because chiffon cakes lower edge of the sweater Is a ,Jj (

make two "trees" each about. contain both beaten egg whites must. Test by gently stretchingthe | The other way, 'according to
% Inch thick. Using cake decorating and liquid shortening they iI
'Dr.
flrrrf Sheehan is to "singe" the
ribbing one will
-a
Jelly, or forcing frosting
have the lightness of sponge I
through a pastry tube, form gar. cakes with the richness of but. spring back quickly*to its original 'I j cut end of the stem over a flame

lands on flat side of cake wedge. ter cakes. Serve delicate Pecan shape. i for a second or two. Then place

Place a rosette of frosting at top Chiffon Cake with cocoa-flavored 4 I the stem in cool, water.
point of "cake tree.. Slant a whipped cream. How the sweater is,made often

short birthday candle into each Pecan Chiffon Cake explains its price. There are two I The flowers should be storedIn I I :

rosette. Decorate garlands with methods for shaping syyeaters. a cool place and ,cut at leasta I \\jf//
2% sifted enriched self-rising -
silver shot, if desired. To serve, cups flour The full-fashioned sweater is :day and a half to two days I

light candles. shaped while It is being knit before putting them out in ar-
When it comes to fruit cake, 1 cup sugar fits .
It usually well, Is comfortable rangements.
salad oil
take your choice of dark medium % cup
white or pink. For Pinl 5 egg yolks and has good elasticity but 1 r

Fruit Cake try this recipe: % cup water may be more costly. The cut. $ I
Pink Fruit Coke H cup chopped pecans and-sewn sweater is cut of knit /
5 eggs. 1 cup egg whites (7 to 8) yardage and then (assembled.

Vt lb. butter tt teaspoon salt Some sweaters ,combine both
(DO NOT SUBSTITURE MAR. % cup sugar methods. '
GARINE) Set out 10-inch tube pan. Pre.

1 c. sugar heat oven to 325'. Into large When buying your gift sweater
2 c. flour mixing bowl sift together flour select a size larger than recipient ,
2 T. vanilla flavoring and 1 cup sugar; make a "well"In wears In woven gar. /

2 T. lemon extract center. Pour in oil egg yolks ments. Check to see that buttonsare

1 lb. candied pineapple and water; beat until smooth smooth and are sewed securely r I

Stir in pecans. In large mixing with a few extra ones /
bowl beat egg whites and salt furnished. Decorative trim should To each of our

until soft peaks form.,Add % require same care as sweater or / good ,friends we /

cup sugar gradually beating until be detachable. Prcshrlnklng and : $ offer heartiest
meringue is stiff but not dry. use of colorfast trim and grosgrain j i
best wishes for
Slowly pour egg yolk mixture I ribbon are marks of good /
over meringue; fold In gently quality. the Yule season.

until well blended. Pour into We hope It will be ;
/ pan. Bake about 1 hour and 30 How To and
Keep joyful a time /
minutes or until cake springs
back when lightly touched. In. / you'll remember /
Cut PoinsettiasThe
vert pan; cool thoroughly before always. 4

removing cake.Sweaters. polnsettla traditional
Christmas plant-displays Its 1 '

Make color during this holiday season.

The plant Is a popular sea. 1

Ideal Yule GiftsGift sonal decoration because of Its ,
red.hued bracts the
leafy -
Our best wishes for
exchanging time Is fast leaves" around the a/,}
i "pointed yell
Christmas filled
approaching and a well chosen 'low flower holiday ,} 1
with festivities and fun t
the Yuletide ,
sweater can
carry
Dr. Tom Sheehan, associate that comes by having our G. Harris 1t
warmth through cold days Coy ;
ornamental horticulturist with family and many friends! t
ahead.
| about us. t 1
/ Sweaters everywhere these the state's Agricultural Experiment Superintendent of
go
Stations says If you're 10-1" THE EDMONSONS !' /
days and because they are so Public Instruction
I Ing to use poinsettias as cut '
popular It's Important to give Zip-France*-Flynn
flowers around the home they I /
I thought to their selection, say first should be "treated" to co. ar aawaa.ar: va .va> aiw yAalal v
home economists with the FlorIda
| ; We wish you a gift II Agricultural Extension Sere -- I II

I i of contentment and ice. I

wonderful happiness. Sweaters come In an endless

J { Camilla and T. K. ; array of fibers and yarns: Wool, .
I
j j McKnight mohair and cashmere are attractive .hAid5t&ftGdi/

{FLAGLER HARDWARE; I and warm, but require more .
.care to keep fresh and new look-
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And y* thall be my sorts end daughttrt, ,
Saith the Lord Almighty.lloua \

1:10, lalah 43:6 I

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We indeed an children of
are, ''i.
God Every man, every individual .
baa equal opportunity to be
lieva in God, to accept a JyatJon.It .
s O Is a blrthrifht, foreab
through God'i love
Herein lies the strength of
I Christianity. Herein lie the
strength of the individual Christian .
If we believo in God and
___ understand the example of the
life of Christ upon earth we accordingly
find it easier to meet
the trial and temptation of life
and to recognize tha right of
ouVra.Tha. '
111 hope of salvation, which
i* peace 4l, .U God' promise
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May this Christmas season bring l happiness and SUNDAY

peace and contentment to ail, espedafy to our ft. '

faithful old friends and our cherished new ones y S. .

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FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,
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1 PEACE ON EARTH '

AS WE GATHER TOGETHER ON CHRISTMAS MORN TO WORSHIP THE CHRIST CHILD AND OFFER HIM THE GIFT OF OUR
LOVE,LET US ALL RECALL ESPECIALLY THE MESSAGE OF THE ANGELS ANNOUNCING HIS BIRTH: "PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD
WILL TO MEN." WE HEARTILY WISH THAT ALL THE BLESSINGS OF THE HOLY SEASON COME TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES
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THROUGHOUT THE COMING YEAR.

TO ALL OF YOU MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM ALL OF us
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WEEKEND DEC. 23, 24, 1965 RESERVED Expire
CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER 25, and SUNDAY Friday, Dec. 24, 1965I

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ESPANOLA NEIGHBORS Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith of MI. STATE FAIRDEADLINES ..\, .
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CLUB ENJOY ANNUAL ami and Chip Brooks of Bunnellare .

CHRISTMAS PARTY visiting this week in Bur. ', .....,

The Espanola Neighbors Club lington, Kentucky with Mr.' Deadlines for' submitting entries .
held their annual Christmas Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
to the Florida State Fair
LOCALS; Dinner and at the homeof Smith. will
o Party Earl They return to Fine Arts Exhibition and the '
Joyce Patrick last Wednesday. Christmas here with Mr.
+ f spend Florida State Fair Women's ..il
r m I II Seventeen members and guests and Mrs. Shelton Brooks. World '
I were announced today by :
JOANN COCKRELL and short veil. She carried a casCade I were present to enjoy the oc M. E. Twedell, fair general man- )
I boquet of Talismen rose I II casion. i Guests of Mr. and Mrs. James ager. f: '
BECOMES BRIDE Craig for the holiday weekend !
buds. I Art entries for the 1966 expo.
VIVIAN LOUISE PINNER I will be Mr.,and Mrs. J. B. Stone I'
OF MOSE ATKINSONMiss I Bill Millican of Paltaka was I sltlon must be received by 6:00
Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Pinner of Kennedy..
best Atkinson, brother Cape
man. Harry : I Saturday, January 8 if entriesare
Joann Cockrell becamethe I of the bridegroom, and announce the arrival of,a seven I II to be shipped direct: to the
bride of Moses Reed Atkin. Mack Pelllcer were ushers. : pound two ounce daughter bornat I : State Fair.Entries "
son December 17 in a candle I I Following the ceremony a reception I the Halifax Hospital in Daytona Susan Brannam arrived last delivered by hand for
light double ring ceremony at : was given at the Bunnell Beach, December 18. She I week to spend the holidays with the exhibition will be received '
the First Methodist Church of Civic Center. Assisting in servingwere was given the name of Vivian her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. only between the hours of 3:00
,
Bunnell. The pastor Dr. W. E. Mrs. Franklin Cauley, Mrs. Louise. r Brannam. She is a student at the p. m. and 6:00 p. m. Friday, ,;W
Chellgren officiated. Ray Mercer Charles Missinne, Mrs. Dean i Florida State University in Tall January 7, and 11:00 a. m. to "i
was organist. Peterson, and Mrs. P. A. Edmon BON VOYAGE DINNER i ahassee, majoring in Education.She 6:00: p m., Saturday, January 8, "
The bride Is the daughter of son. Mrs. Harry Atkinson kept I PARTY TUESDAY NITE will begin her practice 1966. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cockrell, North the brides book. I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Battan teaching in Volusla County In In t he Women's World Con. ,
Church street Mr. Atkinson is the gr.ve a Bon Voyage dinner party January.Mrs. test, all entry blanks muSt be
After short honeymoon
a
the son of Mrs. Elsie Wescott, I Tuesday evening honoring Mr. I received by the State Fair no
108
couple will be at home at
702 Howe Street Bunnell, and'the Bunnell. and Mrs. Frank Schwenk and Stanley Smlglelskl and later than January 11. ,
South Cherry street,
late William H. Atkinson Jr. I I The bride Is employed at the Prof. Theadore Weber who are Mrs. Lillian Trojan of Korona, There are no entry fees for en
The bride, given in marriage Bunnell General Hospital. Mr. taking a 30 day cruise to South spent the past weekend In O,- terng either event I..

by her father, wore a gown of I i I Atkinson Is employed by the lands Amelca., and Puerto Barbados.Mrs. Rico., Virgin Is coa with Mr. and Mrs. Rudye Articles for Women's World

white Chantllace and angel taf-j J! Bunnell Motor Company. Edward Kruger also wasa Smlglelskl and family. While. must be presented by 5:00 p.. m.,
there they drove to St. Petersburg
fetta. The ballerina' length gownwas i 1 over
I -- dinner guest. Tuesday, January 18, if deliveredby
fashioned with a fitted bodice I I MRS. JOHNSTON HOSTESS and visited with Mary hand.If .
with a sabrina neckline,: AT EGG NOG PARTY Frank who sent greetings to her j
fined waistline with an open i I Mrs. Alice Johnston entertain \ friends here. They also visited articles are shipped by mallor 1
bow at the center back. The :I ed a few friends at an Egg Nog Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deen and with Mrs. Zoller and Mrs. Mad. other delivery service, the
sleeves were tapered and came I I Party Thursday evening at her daughter, Caroline, of Bell Glade den, former residents of Flagler same January 18 deadline applies
to a point at the waist. The bodice 1 home, 1008 East Moody. Boule arrived during the weekend to Beach who are also living in, the for Women's World entries. 1
and skirt had appliques of vard. spend the holidays visiting with home there.Chooalng. Times for acceptance of articles ,
sprinkled pearls and sequins.Her their parents, Mr. and Mrs. delivered by hand will be
The Christmas theme was car
veil was shoulder length James O. Craig and Mr. and Mrs. a state bird is a from 9:00: a. m., to 5:00: p. In., w
ried out in decorations through
illusion and she carried a bridal out the rooms where the guests W. W. Deen Sr. modern custom In the U. S. January 14, 15, 17, and 18, 1966. 4

boquet of white roses and white were assembled.John .
orchid. I
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The Matron of Honor was Mrs. Craig, medical student at \
Hubert Pelllcer, sister of the the University of Arkansas, Lit. s.i' \ '
bridegroom. She was attired in tie Rock, arrived during the \

turquoise street length gownof I weekend to visit with his par. \,'., '," {i
silk shantong. lire head piece j ents Mr. and Mrs. James Craig t : :' I
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was a matching pillbox style hat : during the holiday vacation. ..4 ;' 't.' ..'.'' i "
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Y1 offer their warmest season's greetingsto 'f '..
you and your family. ,.r-

Miss Arnold of Hampton ,Va.. will become the bride of Cary ... "

Holland of Bunnell In a ceremony at Emanuel 1 Lutheran Church. ,,; ,... ;;', .. tI
Hampton, at 3 o'clock p. m. on December 28, 1965. All friends are '.

Invited to attend both the ceremony and reception. tf .


FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS FLOWER NEEDS

VbitBlaet G. II. Barnes w Keith Harper

E. \Y. Beatty R. E. HatHeld

6 : tower Shop ( C. S. Chambers Chas. L. Moore, Jr.
I. H. Church ')(n. Mary Anne Jackson

FORSYTHE STREET, BUNNELL ) ; N. E. Gavin W. H. Rutledge '

I. E. Haberle G. A. Ryan, Jr. ,
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Gifts Homes Cemetery Arrangements


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HOW the tree Inside the house, makea Service. Tuesday, December 21, were' BIG BUSINESS
t To Keep diagonal cut across the trunkan Most fixed collisions, nearlyall I I Secretary of State Tom Adams,'I I Florida citrus growers annual

Inch above the base end. This non-collision accidents, and Miller, and two members of a ly spend approximately $130
The Tree Green allows for absorption of more most collisions with other vehicles Tallahassee church costumed as million in production costs, including
I I .
i A sad-looking tree at New water. Frazer says to make sure involve excess speed, he ''de Soto and a Spanish priest, $40 million for hired la
'Year's can be avoided If you not to place the tree near a says. i ii I James Barfield ,and his daughter f f bar, $35 million for fertilizer, $20

take care of Its before Christ. heater or fireplace and to keepIt i Drinking drivers are involved I i I Kathy Barfield. million for spray and dust, $20
,. In a container of water.A in more than 'half the fatal i for machine hire, $5 million for
The marker is located on the
mas.Of Is tree In a warm house may Christmas time accidents. During I! gas and oil, and $10 million for
the problem
course, edge of the highway, near what
needles 'droping off the tree.,P. use a pint of water a day be. the balance of the year, they i I was once the Indian village of other costs.
cause air inside is drier than are involved in one out o f three. .
W. Frazer associate forester Lake Jackson.
Anhayea
I I I on
Experiment under natural conditions. Frazer Fatal accidents occur early InI
with the Florida Stations Agricultural says a few says the drier the air the more the: holiday period. During the I I Ney Landrum, director of the. I I I HASTINGS MATTRESS
will moisture the tree will lose last six hours of Christmas Eve, State Outdoor Recreational Planning .
help & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
simple precautions '
through its needles. the hourly rate for fatal accidents Committee, pointed out'
keep tree color, cut down needle that the Committee is, !I 710.12 Lemon St.
now
nego
Therefore, be sure to keep the is apparently five times I
the tree moist I
drop and keep surface of the cut covered with greater than it is for the remain. tiating to purchase the property Palatka Florida
and more fire resistant. water. der of the holiday.The from private owners to 'be turned Phone EA 5-9166
And, the kids and pets won'tbe Adding chemical plant food to ,most common accident is over to the State Park Board. Furnlru. Upholstering
. tracking dried needles Repolrea & Unfinished
throughout the house. the water also helps keep the the two car colllsllon. It accounts Londrum said the Committee Mattresses & Box Springs

r, Frazer says pines and firs tree fresh and green. for' nearly one-third of covering Made Order.Also RenovatedCall
; all holiday accidents, more than Laura Morris 437-3233
4 their needles long.
usually keep
one-third of the fatalities. Nextin would be turned into a "full- Alter 6:00 P. M.
l 1", er last than throughout spruce. the But holidays all should If Drive Carefully, rank are non-collision accidents fledged state park with both PRICES REASONABLE.
and fixed object collisions. historical and recreational BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
I treated properly. time is time value." Just a* near a* your
, for the tree During Holidays Holiday danger I
The trick Is "care Phone or Post Office
for walkers, too. One out of four If this is not possible, perhaps
once you get It. GAINESVILLE-Three out of Christmas accidents Involve 16 to 20 acres of the site can be Drop Us A Card or Call
F. Put the tree In water or lay It four fatal'Chirlstmas accidents destrians. cent occur pe- purchased, Landrum said. I II Free Pick-up & DeliveryPeace
Forty
t" In a cool place until you're readyto per I
Involve driving too fast for con
between 4 and midnight
decorate. Heat will dry out p. m.
ditions or In excess of a stated Christmas Eve, and nearly 75
, the tree resulting In "early speed limit, according to Ray I per 'lint during the first 30 hours .
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"I needle drop. Rain, on the other ;
Pettis, agricultural engineer, I of the holiday. I
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hand, won't Injure It. Florida Agricultural Extension Be
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Yule GreeneryLive

and Yours .

boughs and branches used

.. for Christmas decorations should ,
i be arranged in water if at all
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possible. i May your Christmas i
? This keeps them fresh and re
duces the fire hazard, accordingto |
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TO ALL OUR i
P. W. Frazer, associate for be beautifully serene !
ester with the state's Agricultural i [ /

, FRIENDSTHANKS He says Experiment if greens Stations.or trees can'tbe ; and wonderfully. joyous- I

FOR ALL YOUR HELP placed in water and are used i [
where there's a danger of fire, we take this opportunity

f FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB make them resistant to fire, by .
, coating them with one of the
;:iJ chemical solutions available on i to thank you for yourcontinued

the market. ,3
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.,; One such solution recommend. friendship
ed by the National Safety Council
Is to mix 9 ounces borax with

\ KRANTZ MOTORS 4 ounces boric acid in 1 gallon
of water. Add a quarter table
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:.: I spoon of "low sudsing detergent" Metts

: Chrysler Plymouth Valiant which better.helps the solution penetrate Super


. Apply by spraying it on the

r. International Trucks tree. Frazer recommends that Market
you saturate the tree with the
"( solution and then let dry.

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I F RededicatedNear BROWN & BROWN INC.


TUNE-UPS
I TallahasseeA INSURANCEOUR I

$7.50 All "8" Cyl. Cars

Florida Park Board historic PHONE NUMBER IS

plaque at the site near Tallahassee -
6"
$5.00 Cyl.
where Christmas was first 437-3394

\ celebrated in America, taken
Plus Part down when U. S. 27 was four-
L lined, is being rededicated in
time for Christmas, 1965. --- -
I FREE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT State Parks Director Bill Miller

related that the plaque marks 24 HourWrecker

I' With TUME.UP the site where Spanish explorer Service .
j Hernando de Soto and some 600
men spent the fall and winter of

U. S. No. I tI 437-33'11 153940.Miller noted that since 12 Flagler Truck Tractor, Co.

priests accompanied the Span. .
MASSEY FERCUSON
lards it is generally believed
Bunnell that the first Christmas servicein Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

the New World was- celebrated VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
here.
'. Owner Btmnell, Florida
Taking part in ceremonies
KRANTZ MOTORS, INC. .

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:Thursday, Dec. 23, THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN


of one and at a different- time- length of time. Never- overcook. carry out soil conservation r "

I Tuesdays and Thursdays from This fundamental rule of egg measures, and to pay expenses '}J.;.iN.
:riaatc Beach 2:00: to 5:30. Then, and please cookery applies whether you are Incurred by natural disasters. ," .

r note this from January, 19G6 on, cooking eggs In water, frying Dixon' urges veterans Interes ':'
the Library will be open three pan, or oven. : 0
u ed in such benefits to apply to ,
I days a week Tuesdays, Thurs. Heat coagulates and sets the
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CLUB ENTERTAINSAT at 11 o'clock with Rev. R. W.I the local County Farm Home
GARDEN
days and Saturdays from 2:00: to protein and the egg becomes
Administration Office, generally .'J'
MUNICIPAL BUILDINGThe Dickert bringing the ;
message. 5:30. firm. A properly cooked has
: egg '
located In the county seat and ...
Next Sunday's message will be: a tender white and a smooth ;;.1
members of the Federated administered by the local County "i' "
"Seven From Heaven to
Steps yolk. If cooking temperature iso .
Garden Club entertained their v. Agricultural Agent or write .
the Cross.
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Add 'MuchTo high or the egg Is cooked too
husbands at a dinner and The Ladles Guild meets next Eggs Dixon at P. O. Box 1437 St.
long, the protein shrinks and
Christmas Party Thursday. Mrs. Thursday, December 30th In Fel Diet' makes the white tought and the Petersburg. tI,s ti'1 1I
Sue Spivey decorating chairman, Daily
lowship Hall beginning at 2 yolk mealy.Candied. ..
arranged a T shaped table with
m.
p. Eggs are the basis of varied
red candles, and poinsettias, The Church wishes everyonea / *
whetheryou
and delectable eating, :
white candles and white roses to Joyous Christmas in celebra Pecans .
serve them as eggs or In 1
match the place mats used. A 1J
tion of Christ's birthday.
and dishes.
plain fancy .
Christmas corsage was at each Holiday Treat J
plate. They were gifts from Mrs. Consider the many ways that I 1:
Farnsworth who was not able to BOOKS ARE MT DISH I eggs grace the family tableinappertizers Candied pecans are a truly / "
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salads and salad :
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+attend the party. As the New Year comes leap- different holiday treatThey're
dressings, breads and sand.
Food chairman, Mrs. Marie easy to make-and a :
Ing over the hills, we want to wiches, In combination with :
Brede provided a fine menu. The good way to use some of the
thank Miss Helen C. Nolte, .
and cereals and
vegetables as
rain down but It did not plentiful pecan crop, say home <
poured Chief
Clerk at the Flagler Beach :\ \
an Ingredient In desserts; cakes,
economists with the Florida
dampen the spirits of the guests. City Hall for all the help she has pastries, cookies, custards, and Agricultural Extension Service. .i
Following the dinner Mrs. Brede
given the Flagler Beach Public other delicacies. .
the club president, Combtne Hi cups sugar and
presented Library during the months of Served themselves \
by eggs
K Juice. Cook to240F.
Mrs. Otis Magee, the garden moving and getting settled down I cup orange
make a main for
course
savory i ., or soft ball sttg Remove *
club "Silver Pla"Program here from the Flagler Woman'sClub.
breakfast, lunch or In
supper. from heat. Add 1 Cable
chairman, Prlsdlla Not only did she give free the United States, about two- spoon grated orange peel and t

McCabe provided games and ly bf this help but she gave It thirds of the eggs bought by 2H cups pecan halves. Stir until / : I/ "
prizes and also the gift ex- and with such IIt 'I
so generously homemakers are cooked In the sirup begins to look cloudy. "
change. Prof. Theadore Weber good naturue. Our 'wish for the shell, poached, fried, scrambled, Turn onto waxed paper in small
played the' piano for the carol New Year Is that we won't haveto baked, or used In omelets.It clusters or I individual halves.
singing. bother her so much. She was takes considerable skill to
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Allow to cool.Medic ,\
new here, too,' which makes It cook an egg Just right, say home t: iCbristmasCIiecr .}
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL all the more miraculous she economists with the Florida Age
CHURCH NEWS knew Just what we should do. rlcultural Extension Service. To Program / '

Sunday School convenes each During the holiday week to insure best eating quality, eggs
Sunday at 9:45 with classes for January 1st, the Library will be should be cooked with low to Open in Air ForceThe

all ages. Worship service begins open two days a week Instead moderate heat, for Just the right Put the Yule log upon till fin .
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Air Force team ,
<.<.:if:!if:!tI:!tt:!if:!if:!tI:!tf:!1"'':if:!if:!, t'!:!t": if:!if:!tf:!&PO::if:!t'!:!if:!t'!:!It!,..&f'! if:! ;:.1 student medical aerospace specialist pro end relax and tnjoy the glorious / .

/ grams are now open to Flagler. holiday. Wi art thinking of you o. ."'

iHere County women TSGT Richard I and wbtonp; you wtH /

/ Maves, Daytona Beach Air Force II THE BROOKS 1

recruiter, announced. i Shelton, Ludy and Chip ; ,\,
Dietitian, physical and occupational I ,I',\
therapist applicantsmust :
be enrolled in last year of I IiI .

course leading to a degree In
f/ mast Peron/9ifif o/.il.. dietetics, physical or occupa I ii/ AT 1

tional therapy or have a degree 1,
qualifying them for enrollmentin ;J
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a medical specialist curric I 6 I
/ ulum.

The Air Force will sponsor ,

training for a degree or certificate /
in an approved Institution. .1
is all you do for your free portrait Shop at RODGERS FOOD / M
/ Upon graduation, participant Let dedicate

STORE and with purchase of $5.00 or more you will receive coupon must agree to serve two or two us '
and one half years of active ourselves anew to r .

free for a 11x14 portrait of you >your child, or any member of your duty in their specialty. the way of life He '
More information can be ob
family. This $8.00 value is yours free from RODGERS. This flee por / tained from Sergeant Maves at asked this Christmas y

the Daytona Beach Air Force so we may find ( 'I
trait will be taken right in our tore by killed photographers. No ap Recruiting Office, 221 Bay Street, meaning '

Daytona Beach, Florida."VETERANS a greater ., .,
pointment necessary. You may'redeem this free portrait coupon during In this Holy time.
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tore hours Dec. 27th thru Dec. 31. Full selection of poses, limit one '

portrait per family. Additional members of family $1.00 each. / LOAN BENEFITS"FARM '::1

/ ;'
M. T. Dixon, of the Fla. Drpt
A
of Veterans Affairs, said today "
that veterans of World War I, 'J

World War II and the Korean .'
.
/ Conflict, and certain peacetime

&patuiii'ii <6rl'l'tittgLet's ; I servicemen the United who States had Army active, Navy dutyIn ;1

Air Force, Marine Corps or CoastGuard ,
/ I during the period from 1'"
I April 16, 1917 through March 31,

set the world ringing with our 1921, or the period from December
7, 1941 through January 31, I
t 119M, with discharge or separation t
thanks for your friendship and path other than dishonorable ,
conditions, can apply to theFarmer
i'/
Home Administration,
ronage. We hope we may con- I, Dept of Airlculture, which of

fen supervised credit and man. j

tinue to serve you during the New gernmt advice to farm and \
rural families unable to get *uf.
I flcient credit from any other j
Year. sources at reasonable rate and 41flABOARD I
I term to finance: actual need
Application for loans from
eligible veteran with farm ex
CURTIS and NAOMI RODGERS ptrlrnce are given preference. )

Loan may be mad to pay for 1

C C. LAYTON GERTRUDE RAMSEY equipment, live stock, teed fer
.- tillzrr and other farm and homeoperating
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LAMAR,PARR1SH PAUL BURKLEY need, or to enlarge,
I develop, and buy farm not .
; larger than family farm, finance OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION
income producing recreation
and enterprises and red
nance debt; Or to build and Harold Emery, Chm.
RODGERS FOOD STORE Myrtle Illce. Vice-Chm. j
I repair" needed homes and eentlal *
; farm building; or to develop \ lIerschel King
: water systems' for irrlfa ; James Crew
I Uon household UN and livestock ; Ilaymon TuckerI

&**&***+& NNNN JNNNU drained farmland, and NAJ W J i NAJ.NNINN

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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 23, 1965
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ture. The Federal Government- owns Scientists estimate that over
VA REQUESTS INCOMEOF How To Care For Here are some additional tips I 769,900,000 acres of land In the the entire earth there are abouta

VETERANS BE from the Extension horticul ;50 states, or more than one out hundred -flashes of lightning
I Plants
I Christmas turists on care of specific ,gift 'of every three ,acres. every second.
REPORTED PROMPTLY -- .
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I The special' flowering plants plants:, -- -
I and Poinsettia. This plant is as BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL
Nearly 47,000 veter ans : that adorn your home for the:
t dependents of some 21,000 de. holidays will last much longerif i sensitive to drafts as any hu
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
1965.66
ceased veterans In Florida who you satisfy their needs for man. Setting It near a windowat

receive Veterans Administration I light, moisture and proper tem night, near the door or a coldor :. Jan. 4 .....:........_Tuesday St. Joseph ..................Home
monthly pension payments were perature. hot air register will mean its : Jan. 7 ..._..........:;...Friday Florida D and B..Away
reminded today to report their Horticulturists with the FlorIda quick demise. Because it is a II Jan. '11 ...............Tuesday Hastings ...:..................Away
annual' Income promptly to the Agricultural Extension Service tropical plant, it likes a room Jan. 14 ..._.............Friday Baldwin ............._......Home
VA to avoid having their pay. recommend setting flowering kept between 70 and 75F.. dur Jan. 18 ................Tuesday St. Augustine ..............Home
meats stopped. plants of the Christmas seasonin ing the day, but cooler at night, Jan. 21 ..................Friday St. Joseph .................Away
Smith, Flagler bright light, preferably sun If possible. Temperatures below Jan. 25 ...............Tuesday Lopez ..........................Home
Raymond S. Service Officer; light, during the day and keep- 60 F. or above 75 F' will short. Jan. 28 ..........._.....Friday Florida Military ........Home
County Veterans mailed to all Ing them in; a cool room at en the life of the blooms. Since Feb. 1 ................Tuesday Crescent City ............Away
said the VA has and night. Check'the plants at a par leaves will turn yellow and dropif Feb. 4 ....................Friday Hillard .......-..-..........Away
who receive pensions a card new on ticular time each day to be sure the plant is allowed to wilt, be Feb. 5 ......._.......Saturday St. Augustine ............Away
simplified Income punched must they are not dry. Keep the soil sure to keep the soil in the pot Feb. 8 ..._:..........Tuesday Florida D & B......__;..Home
the report
which moist but not excessively wet, moist at all times.Cyclamen. Feb. 11 .............._..Friday Callahan ..................,.Away
be made. using water of room tempera. Always water ,Feb. 15 ..............Tuesday Hastings ..._......_-......Home
These questionnaire forms around the edges of the pot. Feb. 18 ................Friday Baldwin .......-..............Away
must not be folded or otherwise I THANK GOD FOR YOU Water In the crown may cause Game Starts at 7 ::00. .

mutilated as they are run I i I In Merry the New Chrlstma Year to and frlendi.the beat acquaintances rot: Never let the soil dry out All Games Start at 6:30.
through automatic data pro. elsewhere.and folks In Bunnelland completely while the plant is In Girls play Pierson both games, No "B" game either
cessing machines. Thank God for you, good friend flower, or leaves will turn yel time.
of mine. .... _- -
and bud
Pensions cease under''the law Seldom !. friendship ueh a. thine. low. Leaf yellowing
How very much I wink to be blasting may also occur if the
if the recelplent's income goes A* helpful a. )'ou'bee.. to me. I
over an established amount. night temperature Is too highor PHONEKelley's
When I recall from time to time
the light intensity too low.
How you've Inspired this heart of
Dependent parents who receive mine, Jerusalem cherry. Bright light
dependency and Indemnity I God find bless myself my friend Inclined thin to very pray,da,.. during the day and a cool room Fuel Oil
compensation also receive these essential.
at night are
Some day I hope -with you to stand
questionnaires their pay before the throne, at Gods right Azalea. Blossoms will last
CLEAN BURNING
ments are also regulated by the And band say to you at Journey' end, longer if the plant is kept In a
amount of their income, Smith I'ralne God, you've been to me a
friend. cool rpom and if there Is a con
!added. MKS. VERNA FOLK stant moisture supply.Chrysanthemum. STANDARD !

r>>; Partially
i: opened flowers will not develop *
., if the plant does not get sun OIL

shine. Abundant moisture, a
bright location and cool night
Greef; temperatures will give you long. PRODUCTS

I lasting blooms. DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
Christmas begonia. Too little
moisture will shorten life of the DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS

r blooms. Keep cool at night and Phone 437-7172 .Bun ell, Florida
in sunlight during the day.

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Ir r Youth Livestock ,
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Club Holds Meet

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'The Youth Livestock Club met
Monday night In the Courtroomto
t\tS"1: 1 Ii''
I 4' / make plans for the coming

year. ,
Vice-President Tillman Robin
son led the discussion as the
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group voted to help in the food

concession booth during the tilt ,
Qyarter Horse Jubilee on Jan.
uary 15.: Several leaders and all
.. members will volunteer their
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service In
selling hamburgers, ti .
iiti"I pie and other Items at the horse
show south of Bunnell.In /
addition the group made

I It's Q plans for supplementing their ''r
'( our sincere wish ,that beef herd on the youth pasture; I l
decided to meet regularly the
Santa brings you many packages 2nd Thursday night each monthat ..

of happiness and peace this Yule. 7:30: p. m; and decided thata U I
I program would be In order

Brannam's Food Market ; i ii every The other next meeting.meeting will be I

Levi! Brannam Marcel Hall ii i ii i Thursday, January 6 to make final I ., t
/ plans for participation In the
Mclba Brannam James Alan Brannam
i Jubilee ,and to elect officers.
Floyd Hurl Levi Brannam Jr.
Joyce McFarland Mary Susan Brannam i Boys and girls between 10.19
of Interested In the
\ '" years age
Bob Patterson
| club and in a livestock or public
-* Stft* speaking project are encouraged //4
I to make plans now to be at the ; :
,Ir next meeting. If you are Inter /
BUDDY KNOX ested In helping with the con it

cession, contact Betty Lynn
YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER Bourne. or Tillman Robinson, Jr. ,

Bunnell Atlantic Service Station INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR I

Cypress Gardens Is a magnetfor
,U. S. Highway 1 (f[!J Phone 437-3652 aspiring water ski show per
formers. The central Florida at.
YOUR CHOICE: Double S&: II Green Stamps or Free traction now features skiers
Wash and Vacuum With Lube Oil Change and ,Filter from 10 states and one foreign
24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service country, 'while In the past almost .
all 50 states and seven- nations With this old fashioned card

have been represented. we send an old fashioned greet' "

i Ing that you and yours have a
OUTDOOR MOVIE STUDIO
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Florida's Cypress Gardens hasbeen happy and merry Christmastime.

an outdoor movie studio for iFC
H. CRAIG. Funeral Director Mike Todd's This Is Cinerama."

JOHN CAPO. Manager M-G-M.'s "On an Island With
You" and "Easy to lAve" 20th
AIR OXYGEN Century Fox's "Moon Over Ml
,ONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED ami and "Neptune's Daughter VERLE A. POPE
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ATTENDANT AMBULANCES and Warner Brothers "Water Ba .
bies." SENATOR 31at DISTRICT

Phone ID 7-3532 St. Augustine tFloridaL
The Florida Sweet Cora Ex I
211 E. MOODT BLVD. BUNTfELL. FLORIDA
change Is a growers cooperative.




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