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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 26, 1963
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VOLUME 51, NO. 51 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 26, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR j

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Bunnell Students New Year Is Also Masons Install Keeping Time With I Lions EntertainBunnell


Get Degrees At Time To Look BackIt New Officers Sun Is Old Problem i Bulldogs :!

Is right that we think of Sweethearts may be more interested I Last
Florida UniversityThe the New Year as a time of joy Tomorrow EveThe in the moon but for Thursday J

and happiness. It marks centuries calendar makers have I
a new local Masons will install An excellent Christmas-tirne '
University of Florida in starting point In time; a chanceto devoted plenty of attention to gift to the Bunnell High football
Gainesville announced 836 can. do new and better things. new officers Friday evening at the sun. In fact, the sun caused team was presented by the Lions .

didates for degrees for the fall But, the start of a New Year 7:30: it was announced today. the year 46 B.C. to have 445 Club last Thursday night in the ,i
term which ended December 20. should also be the time for serious The pubic is invited to the days-the longest year in calendar form of a banquet. 1

This is of almost reflection for looking ceremonies and refreshmentswill history. It was a regular meeting of
a Jump two backward for a moment. The "be served by members of The Roman Calendar, supposedly the club and team members
hundred candidates
the fall
over old year is gone, true enough, the Order of Eastern Star. created by Numa coaches and assistants were
trimester of 1962. but in its time it brought new Heading the slate is Shelton lIus, in the seventh pomPI-1 I guests. In all about 65: persons

The graduates, who received experiences, new challenges. If Brooks as master, who will .be was revised several times. Yet |I enjoyed the evening.
we are to meet the problems of when Julius Caesar put his experts I At this meeting letters were
degrees at the end of the session serving a second time as masterof I
the New Year with determina* to work on the Julian cal. presented to all team members, "
will be formally recognized the lodge, Other officers to 1
tlon, then we should have profit., endar it was two months behind while several came in for special
.at the annual commencement ed from the ,successes. and, ,failures be installed are: the sun. This presented thema recognition. Among them were j
exercises at the university April of the pasL' Keith Lovell, senior warden; problem: they had to catch Elbert Tucker as the player who
19, 1964. So, let's no only look to the Buddy Wadsworth, Junior warden up with the sun before the had most Improved in play. '

The list of candidates shows future. Let's think for a momentof ; George Wlckline, treasurer; Julian calendar could take over : To Mike Hornsby as the most tr
the past-and thus put our. Tld as the official method of mark. I outstanding linesman; to Bebe
those from Bunnell as William Jack Clegg, secretary; Billy
selves in a better position to Ing time. I
W. Deen Jr. who will receivehis well senior deacon Moody as the outstanding back.
; George Eng I
achieve success during 1964. They solved the problem by The school's cheerleaders were
Bachelor of Science in Agricultural lash, junior deacon; Ray Mercer, adding two extra months to the I I also guests.

Engineering. He is the chaplain Ferris Solomon, mar. year 46 B.c., Inserting them between Ken McLean, freshman Coach '
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen shal; Raymond Smith, senior the months of November at Florida State University was
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of Bunnell. Colder Weather Is Steward; Leonard Johnson, JunIor and December. I I guest speaker, and added emphasis

Also from Bunnell is Miss steward; Gilbert Frank, tyler. by showing FSU's homecoming .

JoAnn Morris who received her Expected Until 1965The The installing are: Shelton State's ,game with North Carolina -
EconomyFor
Bachelor Degree in Education.She Brooks, Installing' master; Ray State.Bunnell.. I
world can expect slight. Ii
is the daughter of Mr. and i
Mercer, installing chaplain, and
ly colder winters during the next This YearShowslpswing I

. Mrs......,-Walter-..Morris of Bunnell,. two )years but they probablywiU P sA4. !d onso. ...... .:. I)4t.al.nl.1J1; i. a t... ** .... High..w> "d
be only a brief reversal in the shal. ;
worldwide warming over the !!Accredited For I Ii

next two ro :three centuriesifthat i !
Flagler County is encouraging on this cold January First Florida's economy, on the upswing '! 1963-64 Term I II r
Christmas Eve day of 1963. since late this summer, !

School, Bus Fleet Climatologlsts admit that their Has Long Been Is in position to wind up 1963 II I According to information received ,I

on the bright side, with a good by Principal John D. Bag-
to forecast weather
attempts on
Gets Perfect Rate the basis of past cycles are risky. i Interesting DayThe start into 1964, the Florida State gett, the. Bunnell High School I

I Most agree, however, that the Chamber of Commerce statedin has been accepted with the
Flagler 17
county was one of
world has grown warmer in the its Weekly Business Review. Southern Association of Collegesand j
of the
counties of Florida receiving a first day New Yearis
past half century. Average tem. "Recent trends of principal In. Schools for the 1963.64
100 percentage of excellence of a time for looking ahead, for I
peratures in the Northern Hemls for and dicators are, in the majority, school year. '
school bus fleets for 1963. making plans, hope optimism.
Other counties receiving that phere have risen about one de. But it is also a time favorable and furnish a glimpseinto Mr. Baggett received the let
gree. when most of us look back, with next year. While the start ter from the Florida Committee
percentage were: Charlotte, Col.
Short-term reverses have In. fond memories, to days of yes. ling gains of the sixties, former.' for the Commission on Secondary .
Her, Columbia, Dade, Hamilton, terrupted the general warming .
terday. ly predicted, are not yet in evidence Schools of the Southern As
Hardee, Highlands, Jefferson, trend. 'Some climatologists believe With each New Year I
we are 1964 should be a year of soclation. The association met
'Lake, Lee, Madison, Manatee, the world now is in sucha conscious that time does not I
steady and sound growth;' the in 'Memphis, Tenm December 1-5
period, the current cold In. I'
Osceola, Palm Beach, Sarasota, wait and that each new day is
trade body said. at which time the accredlation
and Seminole. terval should end about 1965. soon a part of history. I
The overall warming since "Measured by bank debits, was made.
Looking back the
Last year there were only 11 through
other counties In the state 1900 has had a wide variety of pages of time, we find that. business has averaged 12 percent I
re-
celving perfect records. Flagler effects. On the Canadian prairies many Interesting events have ahead of last year, with I BEEF ROAST 1
the crop line has moved taken place on January 1. It latest monthly gains as high as MAKES HOLIDAY
also had a perfect record. The
50 to 100 miles north. In partsof was, for instance, the birthdayof 20 per cent. Sales tax collections PARTY A SUCCESS I,
Information was released by Northern New England and Betsy Ross (1752), Paul Revere as shown by a chart rather I "Beef well deserves the spotlight .
the Florida State Department of Eastern Canada, warmer weather '
(1735), and Philip Freneau
than in percentage gains be. it receives. A standing rib I'
Education. has killed birch trees; spruce .
(1752))
and balsam have suffered. In The first practical fire enginewas cause of a change in the law, roast, long a symbol of hospitality

Sweden the timberline has tested January 1, 1852. reveal decided improvement over makes a festive center

climbed as high as 65 feet up President Abraham Lincoln Issued last year."Personal piece sure to make the holiday ,
Senior Citizens mountain slopes since 1930. the Emancipation Proclamation Income is running party a success," says R. W.

The mockingbird, once the on the first day of the at an annual rate of 6 per cent Deen, Jr., president of the Flag

Club Will Have avian symbol of the American year 1863. The famous Tourna ,over 1962. Gasoline sales are ler County Cattlemen's Associa
I South, now awakens New York ment of Roses began January averaging 4 per cent over last tion.

New Year's ers. The cardinal flashes at ever 1, 1889. .year which, in turn was 7 percent The Florida Beef Council suggests
PartyRinging more northerly points. Turkey
The USSR was formed January over 1961, a low year. this easy method to perfect .

out the old year at setts.vultures White soar egrets over stalk Massachu through service 1, 1923; U.S. parcel post "The number of business In. I roast beef.

the Recreation Center in Flag. Middle Atlantic marshes. was ,inaugurated January corporations has begun to turn Standing Rib Roast of Florida
1, 1913. On the first day I
ler Beach will be members of Opossums rarely went northof of the year 1934, the Federal up, although the year's total Is Beef:
the Flagler Senior Citizens Club Virginia 50 years ago; now Deposit Insurance Corporationwas moving along just under last 4 to 5 pounds of standing rib

who will meet at 8 P.Mo, Tues. they are common In Massachu Inaugurated and the Bank year. I I beef roast

day, December 31, for their first, setts. Deer, moose, raccoons, and Guaranty Act became effective. "One of the best thermometersof Salt, pepper.

and what is hoped to be, an I badgers have extended their The United Nations Declara the state's economic healthis For any roast, low tempera.

annual New Year's Eve party. range northward. tion was signed January 1,1942; the level of non.farm employment :. ture is one of the secrets of a
Serving as host and hostesses I Even fish are migrating. The the U. S. Strategic Air Force In This year started out I'I good flavored Juicy roast. Set
cod, unknown in Green.
for the occasion, and In once Europe was formed January 1, with
charge a disappointingly small your temperature regulator at
land, has become a food staple
of arrangements for the evening,I of the Eskimos. Tuna have I rohlto 1944, and disavowed Japan's Emperor divinity Hi- margin of gain but recent 300 to 325 degrees. You may sea-

are Mr. and Mrs. John Schott moved Into the waters of New January 1, 1946. on months have pushed 2 to 3 son to taste before, during and
and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hoose. I I England; tropical flying! fish are points ahead of last year. after cooking.N

A program of games, group' seen off New Jersey. I IStill'! an irritant is construction Place your roast fat side up

singing, and recorded music will Glaciers have retreated In CLOCK ALARMS ARE OLD employment which has fal on a rack in an open, shallow
precede the serving of refresh many areas. In Waterton Glacier I len below 1962. Home purchase roasting pan. Use a meat therm-

ments which will begin at 9:30. International Peace Park on Alam attachments to clocks mortgages have improved but omter and follow the manufac-

All senior citizens are invitedto the U. Canadian border, several are about as old as the clock are still 6 per cent below last turer's directions for lean medium -
of the largest glaciers have
attend and are asked to disappeared in the 20th century.For Itself. Primitive clocks of the year although building permits I I or well done meat. Be sure :
bring sandwiches and coffee. : a while It looked as If all 13th century had neither facesor show 5 per cent more new when yo uinsert the thermometer t

Favors and dessert will be pro I might melt. Since 1950, however, hands, but the hours were housekeeping housing units in the blub does not rest in !

vided by the club. they have held their own. :: struck resoundingly. by bells. the making." I I'I t fat or against a bone. 1
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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 26, 1963t'SPOR73' tII
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up with points from all anglesof Pierce 0 3-4 2 '3 Quarter Score- '. scored 20 or more. Knight finIshed -
I the court to keep the Bull Harris 5 3-3 2 13 I Bunnell 19 39 71 with 16, and the Baby
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dogs well In front of the struggling -I I Edwards 1 0-0 2 2 Crescent City 8 28 43 Continued To Page 6
Rebels. Townsend scored Watts J 0-0 0 0 I
I't41 j 116 and Anderson 15. Harry Ku- 43 I COWART, KNIGHT LIFT LIFT r
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leskl made some nice long shots' BABY BULLDOGS PAST t
(By Buoy McKnlght) [and rang up 12. For Crescent Bunnell A-aquae. I I CRESCENT CITY B SQUAD Community
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VARSITY BOYS TROUNCE City Cecil Dennis with 14 points Name Fg Ft F 14 Walton Cowart got off to a Memorial Church
CRESCENT CITY 71-45 FOR : and Ronnie Harris with 13 were I I Kuleskl 5 2-4 2 12''!i i booming start Friday night and
later4ea.m..tI.1AIR
FOURTH VICTORYThe high men. Moody 10-132
I (scored 16 points In the first half
Bulldogs put on another Crescent City A Squad I I I:Anderson Brown 4 6 3-6 1.4 3 1 IS 9 1 j I to give the Baby Bulldogs a slim Daytona CONDITIONED A...
70-point show Friday night as Name Fg Ft F 14' !120-19 lead over Crescent City at
Townsend 6 4-5 1 16
they slid easily past the Rebelsof Dennis 6 2-5 5 14,' I I the half. In the second half Jack. FLAGLER BEACH
R. Tucker 0 3-4 1 3 ,
Crescent City for their fourth Ross 00-120 Knight took over for him and Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
E. Tucker 3 :l-4 1 8 I
victory against a lone. defeat. Ashley 2 3-4 5 7J'Baggett 10-10 2 secured a 43-32 victory with his Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Newcomers Walt Townsendand Warner 10-12 2,|Seale 2 0-21 4 14 points. Cowart finished the R. W. DICKERT, Paator
Butch Anderson were again .Valenti 00-21 0, .Lr.q Yr game with 20''points, the second EVERYONE WELCOME)
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.,..,./ Thursday, Dec. 26, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Studies ScheduledOf says. I
3.000 Birds to Be Banded : II I
QUANTITY RIGHTS
As part of the current research I .
Antarctica'sFlora Into Antarctica's flora and: RESERVEDSTORE
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and Fauna fauna, botanists In Massachusetts from Clark University will- i j HOURS: .
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An American examine lichens to determine DAYS
biologist plans
to dive 60 feet beneath Antarc I I how the hardy algal-fungal or. 8:00 o. nu--7:00 p. m.
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teeming seal life. continent. Lichens are among I
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Dr. Carleton Ray of the New
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York Zoological Society hopes to ***.*
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record the behavior of seals In fresh water and Ice-free soil. "Your Friendly I Co-op Store"
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three young whales off Alaskafor banded to determine migration
the New York Aquarium.Dr. routes and physiological charac
Good Thru
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Albert R. Mead from the teristics. A Johns Hopkins University
University of Arizona will study group will concentrate on
the Weddell seal to learn how the wandering albatross (Dio-
this species can dive 1,000 feet medea exulans), largest of all CENTER RIBPork
and surface rapidly without suffering sea birds, and the giant petrel
the bends-the painful (Macronectes giganeus) to determine Hog Jowls
ailment of human divers who their roles In the ecology Chops
go (too deep and star too longor of the Antarctic.
come up too fast. Biologists aboard the National
Such daring research highlights Science Foundation's floating re
the biological studies search ship Eltanin will hoist lb.19C
I scheduled for the South Pole huge nets to snare Insects suchas lb.59c
I summer extending from October, mites and flies. Hopefully,
1963, through February, 1964, the bugs will shed light on the
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? 74ui'3eac/, HAPPY NEW YEAR


FROM

FLAGLER BEACH SECOND GRADE OF FEES
BROWNIE NEWS : PRESENTS CHRISTMAS PLAY

Members of Brownie Troop 702 The second grade of the Flag FLAGLI FOOD STORE

Mon let Beach Elementary School,
enjoyed a Christmas party
under direction of their teacher,
BEACH FLA.
day afternoon at the Flagler FLAGLER ,
Mrs. Suzanne Bourne, presented
Beach Recreation Center. a delightful play last Friday PRICES GOOD
The leader, Kay Kaufman, was I afternoon to a large crowd of QUANTITY RIGHTS

assisted by petty Llttlefleld, Kay parents and all of the other five THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
Robinson and Mrs. Wlllard Arnold RESERVED
grades. DEC. 26, 27, 28, 1963
who provided a Christmas The thoughts in the play and

tree, decorations and refreshments the cute and well acted charac I Closed New Years Day, Jan. J I 1964
In keeping with the sea ters added a little more happiness ,
to everyone present The

son.The Brownies recently held an dame of the play was "The j NEW YEARS TRADITION
I Christmas Cat," by Anglund.

Investiture ceremony when the The cast of characters were: HOG JOWLS AND BLACK EYE PEAS
following became Brownies: I Thoughts of Christmas, Cherri,

Nancy Duncan, Donna Kaufman, Hannar, Donna Kaufman, David ,

Beth Lenssen, Angela Llttlefleld, Llndsey, Debbie Parker, and Eddie
Peggy Reynolds, Jackie Robinson Tabor. Introduction to play, Copeland's Smoked 22 Oz. Dixie Lily

Libby Scaramell, Pam Speedy Wendlandt HOG BLACK EYE -
i Thomas, and Ronda Williams. Mr. Whiskers, Angle Llttlefleld,j

There are now 21 members of Mitten, Dale Johnson, Smitten, lt
Mike Abbott, 3rlc, Terry Stryker, *' *
the the troop Junior, which Woman's Is sponsored Club. by Gretchen, Peggy Reynolds, Amy, JOWLS 29 PEAS 29'Grade

Jackie Robinson, and Joan, Nan
cy Duncan. The Mice were play
GIRL SCOUT TROOP ed by Marty Green, Britt Sheeler,
ENJOYS CHRISTMAS Peggy Wilson, Pam Thomas, "A" Dressed and Drawn Center Cut-Western

PARTY WEDNESDAY Steve Denmon, Minnie Miller, WHOLE Limit 3 Please PORK

The Girl Scout Troop of Flag Arden MacGeorge, Teresa Kurtz,

ler Beach met at the Recreation and Libby Scaramell. u "

Center on Wednesday afternoon REAL SNOW FOR FBSE FRYERS 29 CHOPS 59*

for a Christmas Party. A Christ CHRISTMAS PARTIES

mas Tree, and seasonal decora
Debra Ann Johnson, daughter
tions added a festive air to the of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John Palm River Our Own-Larry's

party. Members held a gift ex son, was the recipient of real SLICED HOME MADE-PURE PORK
change. snow from Pennsylvania last

Whitney Assisting, were the Mrs leader Joe, Scale Mrs Friday.One snowball was passed among BACON u 49* u

and Kay Kaufman. all the children of the Sausage 49

The troop has recently been Flagler Beach Elementary School
grades one through six, during
organized and Is sponsored by
their Christmas parties and
the Flagler Woman's Club.
caused much comment and ex*
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dtement MAXWELL America's Favorite
MOODYS HOSTS By the time the "single" snowball -

TO FRIENDS AT was viewed by the last HOUSE 303 Can BushKROUT SHORTENINGCRISCO
CHRISTMAS PARTY grade it was nearly all water.

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Moody Moral "It is not always a cost

entertained, a few friends at a ly Item that makes our children COFFEE
Christmas party Saturday evening happy." 2 For 29c

at their home, Moody Bou (Continued on page 8) 1 Lb. f12
49 Oz. Lyke'sWIENERS 3 590
levard. IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB Can,
The home decorated /BKVKNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
was beautifully
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Tree and singing Christmas 'vs.

Carols. HENRY J, KNIPPER.Defendant.. -

Enjoying the affair with the NOTICE OK SUIT
host and hostess were Dr. and IN THE NAME OF THE STATE Green Shield Tender White Shurfine-Evaporated
OF FLORIDA:
Mrs. Bob Robinson, Dr. and Mrs. TO; Henry J, Knlpper Lb.
Robert L. Stevenson, Mr. and Address known and residence un* RICE 3 35* MILK 3 Cans 39*

Mrs. John Gurley, Mr. and Mrs. that YOU a ARE suit HEREBY In equity NOTIFIED has been Bag For
Frank Huckle of Daytona Beach. brought against you by Grace H.
Knlpper In the Circuit Court of
From Bunnell were Mr. and the Seventh Judicial Circuit of 2 1/2 Shurfine Elberta
Mrs. Walter Morris, Mr. and Florida, In and for Flagler County, Lady Betty
and you are hereby summoned, or
Mrs. Anthony Kahlert, Mr. and dered and required to file your Each PR""E Ql
written answer or defense to the Peaches <
Mrs. Alfred Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. complaint filed herein against your 29 Juice 39Shurfine
Bob Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. In the above entitled cause In the
office Of the Clerk of the Circuit
M. B. Fuller.CHRISTMAS Court In and for Flagler County,
Florida, at his office In the Court
House in Bunnell, Florida, on or Can Pert-White
LIGHTING before January 14, 1964, and to

WINNERS ANNOUNCED serve defense a upon copy of John such E. answer Chliholm or, Biscuits 4 For *:

Christmas Lighting Contest, address plaintiffs Is Suite attorney S10 Bank herein Building, whose 25 Napkins V 1 io
sponsored by the Flagler Beach New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and
Garden Club, was Judged Mon according to the Florida Hules of
Civil Procedure. If you fall to do Limit 4 Please
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were the winners: entered against you for the relief
T. R. Blaine, first; Zeke Chaf- demanded The name In of the the complaint.court In which Laruta Corned

fee, second; Ray Lehr, third; P. this suit has been Instituted Is the
circuit Court of the Seventh Ju 120z. 25
R. Vogel, fourth; Rufus Miller, dicial Circuit, Flagler County Florida BEEF 39* FMJL
fifth; Mrs. Irene Masemore, sixth. and the abbreviated title ,of Can .
this cause Is Knlpper v. Knlpper
Honorable mention went to
It Is hereby ordered that this or*
James Castalanta, Louis Manos, der and notice shall be published
week for four consecutive
once a
Walter Eberhardlnger, F. Hutch- i I weeks In The Flagler Tribune, a FRESH PRODUCE
eson, Bill Buteux and Harold I newspaper published In Bunnell, FROZEN FOODS
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Frank Brede wishes to ler County, Florida. POLE BEANS I9C 24 Oz- McKenzie
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in Jacksonville visiting with Attorney for Plaintiff
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CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY MONDAY I JIM AND DAVID COOS I .Miss Diane Greene, student at'I'I If you're getting into traffic

HOLD OPEN HOUSE SUNDAYJim Charity Hospital New Orleans II I I, rouble up to your ears It's be-
'arrived to spend the holidays' ause you're sticking your neck
and David Cook held
open with her aunt and uncle, Mr. out too much
\ house at the family home, 1001
7 and Mrs. Homer Brooks, and her ,
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sister, Isabel Greene.
from 4:30 to 7 o'clock. I
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About 70 Invited guests which .
Included former schoolmates, R
collegemates, and friends, called USg psS

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throughout the home formed I '.( 1l' ovpoamR Il r1
the setting for the party. -
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Pouring were Mrs. John Rice and / a
Mrs. Harry Murray, teachers during I Prompt Service

their high school days. i The Flagler TribunePhone

E Miss Louise Decker and Mrs. IDl wood 7-3282
:x Nellie Theis of Bloomington, Ill., BunnelL Florida

arrived by plane Saturday fora
holiday visit with Mr. and I
Mrs. Everette Decker and family TH6 lk e two STBARGAINS Dance to the Music of


I e j; Miss. Decker Is the daughterof THC IN "The Casuals"AT
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Decker, NCWSPAPIRAPS.
and Mrs. Theis is the mother of ... THE
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BAMBOO COCKTAIL

tx r John Craig, student at Ouachl- LOUNGE
ta College, arrived during the
I I past weekend for a holiday with FLAGLER BEACH
Mrs. Ellen Lee celebrated her 83rd birthday anniversary Monday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
at her home, East Lambert Ave. Her sisters, Miss Senle Craig, 103 North Orange St. Saturday Night 8 to 2 p. m.

Campbell and Mrs. Ibbie Drummond of St. Augustine, and memo ....... -
bers of the Campbell family from Hastings, came to join in Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis and I.I I I.
the family celebration. son Ed of Ft. Lauderdale are
Several friends here also called by during the day to offer planning to spend the holidayshere Park-In Laundry and Dry Cleaners I
congratulations. Her daughter, Mrs. Fred Geller, was hostess. visiting with her mother,
Mrs. Ellen Lee and her sister, ALSO

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I I Mrs. Fred Geller. I Jabaly's Rug CleanersAND
Brooks for the Christmas Walter Morris are their daugh.
holidays are their son, in law ter, JoAnn Morris, who received Guests of the L. E. Wadsworthsfor
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe her degree from the Universityof the holidays include their Bill's Shoe Repair & Hat Cleaners .
daughter, Miss Virginia Wads-
Smith of Tallahassee. Mr. and Florida in Gainesville last
Mrs. Smith are both doing graduate week. Also their son, Randy, worth of Boulder, Colo., and their WALTON JOHNSTON, AGENTID
work at FSU and Mr. Smithis who is a student at Western son and daughter in law, Mr. 7-3575 BUNNELL
also teaching there. Kentucky. Also here for Christ. and Mrs. Lew Wadsworth of SERVING FLAGLER COUNTY
mas Day will be Mrs. Morris's Athens, Ga.

Billy Deen of Gainesville arrived I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Salt -
during the weekend for a 'of Gulf Port.
holiday visit with his parents.
He,received his B.S. degree in -
agriculture from the University Dr. and Mrs. K. A. Bryant of :
there last week. Marysville, Tenn., are spendingthe : Lest We Forget
In
holidays Winter Park : .
Mrs. Jeff Cockrell is a patientIn .with their son In law and daugh. \ .
"the local ter. also 'visiting \ .
hospital receiving They are herewith f' .'
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I l4Lr J eacn 11 i HAPPY NEW FRO11FLAGLER YEAR




FLAGLER BEACH SECOND: GRADE OF FEES I.
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BROWNIE NEWS PRESENTS CHRISTMAS PLAY
FOOD STORE
Members of Brownie 'roop' 702 The second grade of the Flag. ,
I ler Beach Elementary School,
enjoyed a Christmas party Mon. I
day afternoon at the Flagler under direction of their teacher, I FLAGLER BEACH, FLA.
'Mrs. Suzanne Bourne presented
Beach Recreation Center. last Friday I
a delightful play PRICES GOOD
The leader, Kay Kaufman, was afternoon to a large crowd of QUANTITY RIGHTS

assisted by Hetty Littlefield, Kay parents and all of the other five I THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 'RESERVED

Robinson and Mrs. Willard Arnold grades. DEC. 26, 27, 28, 1963 ,
who provided a Christmastree The thoughts in the play and !

decorations and refresh. the cute and well acted charac.. Closed New Years Day Jan. J I I. 1964
ters added a little more happiness
ments In keeping with the sea I '
to everyone present The I
TRADITION
son.The name of the play was 'The I NEW YEARS
Brownies recently held an
I I Christmas Cat," by Anglund.

Investiture ceremony when the The cast of characters were: I HOG JOWLS AND BLACK EYE PEAS

following became Brownies: I Thoughts of Christmas, Cherri, ,

Nancy Duncan, Donna Kaufman, Hannar, Donna Kaufman, David I

Beth Lenssen, Angela Littlefield, LIndsey, Debbie Parker, and Ed. I
Peggy Reynolds, Jackie Robin. die Tabor. Introduction to play, I Copeland's Smoked 22 Oz. Dixie Lily

son, Libby Scaramell, Pam Speedy Wendlandt. I HOG BLACK EYE

Thomas, and Ronda Williams. Mr Whiskers, Angle Littlefield, j i

members of Mitten, Dale Johnson, Smitten, Lb. Pk
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There are now
Mike Abbott, Eric Terry Stryker, < <
the troop, which Is sponsored by JOWLS 29 PEAS 29Grade
Woman's Club. Gretchen, Peggy Reynolds, Amy, I ;
the Junior Jackie Robinson, and Joan, Nan

cy Duncan. The Mice were play.

GIRL SCOUT TROOP ed by Marty Green, Britt Sheeler, "A" Dressed and Drawn Center Cut-Western '
ENJOYS CHRISTMAS Peggy Wilson, Pam Thomas,
PARTY WEDNESDAYThe Steve Denmon, Minnie Miller, WHOLE Limit 3 Please PORK

Girl Scout Troop of Flag. Arden MacGeorge, Teresa Kurtz,

ler Beach met at the Recreation and Libby Scaramell. Lh. lfc

Center a Christmas on Wednesday Party afternoonfor A Christmas REAL S FOR FRYERS 29 CHOPS 59'Palm

CHRISTMAS PARTIES
Tree, and seasonal decora. Debra Ann Johnson, daughterof

tions added a festive air to the Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson River' Our Own-Larry'*

party. Members held a gift ex. was the recipient of real SLICED HOME MADE-PURE PORK

change. snow from Pennsylvania last

Assisting the leader, Mrs, Friday. Lb.I u

Whitney, were Mrs. Joe Seale One snowball was passed a. BACON 49' Sausage 49MAXWELL *
and Kay Kaufman. mong all the children of the I
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'The troop has recently been Flagler Beach Elementary School
grades one through six, during
organized and is sponsored by
their Christmas parties and
the Woman's Club.
Flagler
caused much comment and excitement *
KROUT andWIENERS
America's Favorite
MOODYS HOSTSTO By the time the "single" snow.

FRIENDS AT ball was viewed by the last HOUSE 303 Can Bush SHORTENINGCRISCO

CHRISTMAS PARTYMr. grade*, it was nearly all water. r

and Mrs. George M. Moody Moral-"It is not always, a cost. KROUT2'29c

entertained a few friends at a ly Item that makes ,our,children COFFEE f

Christmas party Saturday evening happy.
at their home, Moody Bou (Continued on page 8)) 1 Lb.
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son which Included a 'ChristmasTree ORACH H. KNU'PER. More Food Order $100 or More Food Order
Christmas Plaintiff
and. singing 'v.
Carols. HENRY J, KNIPPER.
Defendant.
Enjoying the affair with the
NOTICE OK SUIT
host and hostess were Dr. and !. IN OP THE FLORIDA NAME OF THE STATE Green Shield Tender White Shurfine-Evaporated
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Mrs. Bob Robinson, Dr. and Mrs. TO: Henry J. nipper Lb.
Robert L. Stevenson, Mr. and Address known and residence un RICE 3 35< MILK 3 For39k rS
Mrs. John Gurley, Mr. and Mrs. YOU a ARE null HEREBY in equity NOTIFIEDthat has been eag g

Frank Huckle of Daytona Beach. brought against you by Grace H.
Knipper In the Circuit Court of
From Bunnell were Mr. and the Seventh Judicial Circuit of 21/2 Shurfine ElbertaPeachesEach Lady Betty
Mrs. Walter Morris, Mr. and Florida In and for Flagler County
and you are hereby summoned, ordered *
Mrs. Anthony Kahlert, Mr. and and required to file your PRUNE "'
written answer or defense to the 29 Juice 39
Mrs. Alfred Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. complaint filed herein against you
Bob Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. in the above entitled cause in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
M. B. Fuller.CHRISTMAS Court In and for Flagler County.
Florida, at his offtC'Lln.he CourtHouse
--- Shurfine Can PertWhiteBiscuits
In Bunnell, Florida on or
before January 14 1964 and to
LIGHTING
serve a copy of such answer or For
WINNERS ANNOUNCED defense upon John E. Chlsholm 4 *
Christmas Lighting Contest, address plaintiffs Is Suite attorney 310 Bank herein Building whose 25 Napkins VW 1

sponsored by the Flagler Beach New Smyrna Beach, Florida ani
Garden Club, was Judged Mon. I according to the Florida nulea of
-Civil Procedure If you fall to do Limit 4 Please
day night and the followingwere I so, a decree pro confesso will be Large Size
the winners: I-entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint. Laruta Corned
T. R. Blaine, first; Zcke Chaf- The name of the court in which BOX
fee, second; Ray Lehr, third; P. I this suit has been Instituted Is the FAB *
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R. Vogel, fourth; Rufus Miller, Circuit, Flagler County Florida BEEF 39
fifth; Mrs. Irene Masemore, sixth. and the abbreviated title of Can
this cause Is Knlpper v.
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Honorable mention went to It Is hereby ordered that
James Castalanta, Louis Manos, der and notice shall be publishedonce
a week for four consecutive
Walter Eberhardlnger, F. Hutch. weeks In The Flagler Tribune, a FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN
eson, Bill Buteux and Harold I, newspaper published In Bunnell, FOODS
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Flagler County Florida and have
Burnham. ing a general circulation in Flag.1er 24 Oz. McKenzie
Mrs. Frank Brede wishes to County, Florida. POLE BEANS I9c
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of ,Ib CK
thank all who participated and said Circuit Court of Flagler PEAS
also the Town of Flagler Beach County, Florida and the seal of EYE 1Pkg89e
said court at DUD nell, Flagler Red Emperor
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and son are spending a few daysin JOHN E. CHISHOLM Flakier: County, Florida PIES 49c

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CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY MONDAY t JIM AND DAVID COOK I .Miss Diane Greene, student at'I'1 If you're getting Into baffle
HOLD OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY Charity Hospital in New Orleans, I I I rouble up to your ears It's be-
Ek r ''arrived to spend the holIdays I 1 loau e you're sticking your neck
Jim and David Cook held open with her aunt and uncle, Mr. out too much.
\ house at the family home 1001
and Mrs. Homer Brooks, and her
East Moody Bvld., Sunday afternoon
sister, Isabel Greene.
I from 4:30: to 7 o'clock. I
About 70 invited guests which -
rn")y 1 s i 1iA included former schoolmates, gBER

collegemates, and friends, call pS
a hE ed I R1A

Traditional Christmas decorations
4iiij
throughout the home formed .
the setting for the party :
Pouring were Mis. John Rice and I /
Mrs. Harry Murray, teachers during i Prompt Service
t > their high school days. i i The Flagler Tribune

E Miss Louise Decker and Mrs. Phone IDlewood 7-3282
Nellie Theis of BloomIngton, Ill., Dunnell. Florida
arrived by plane Saturday for
a holiday visit with Mr. and I.
t7utx AND Dance to the Music of
Mrs. Everette
Decker and fam i THE dESTBARGAINS

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"The Casuals"AT
Decker is the daughter. THE
of Mr. and Mrs. Everette Decker, I NEwsPAPiRLDS.
and Mrs. Theis is the mother of ... THE
Mrs. Ernie Decker.
BAMBOO COCKTAIL

John Craig, student at Ouachl- r LOUNGE
ta College, arrived during the
past weekend for a holiday with FLAGLER BEACH
Mrs. Ellen Lee celebrated her 83rd birthday anniversary Monday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
9 to 2
Saturday Night m.
at her home, East Lambert Ave. Her sisters, Miss Senle Craig, 103 North Orange St. p.
Campbell and Mrs. Ibble Drummond of St. Augustine, and memo i ...... -
bers of the Campbell family from Hastings, came to Join In Mr. 'and' Mrs. Ben Davis and'
the family celebration. son Ed of Ft. Lauderdale are
Several friends here also called by during the day to offer planning to spend the holidays Park-In Laundry and Dry Cleaners (

congratulations. Her daughter, Mrs. Fred Geller, was hostess. here visiting with her mother, ALSO
Mrs. Ellen Lee and her sister,

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton i Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Geller. I Jabaly's Rug CleanersAND
Brooks for the Christmas I Walter Morris are their daughter
holidays are their son in law! JoAnn Morris, who receivedher Guests of the L. E. Wadsworths
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe degree from the Universityof for the holidays include their Bill's Shoe Repair & Hat Cleaners
Smith of Tallahassee. Mr. and Florida In Gainesville last daughter, Miss Virginia Wads-
Mrs. Smith are both doing graduate week. Also their son, Randy, I worth of Boulder, Cola, and their WALTON JOHNSTON, AGENTID
work at FSU and Mr. SmithIs who is a student at Western son and daughter in law, Mr. 7-3575 BUNNELL
I also teaching there. Kentucky. Also here for Christ. and Mrs. Lew Wadsworth of: SERVING FLAGLER COUNTY
I I mas Day will be Mrs. Morris's Athens, Ga.

Billy Deen of Gainesville ar parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Salt -
rived during the weekend for a of Gulf Port. I'
holiday visit with his parents. I I
He received his B.S. degree In
agriculture from the University Dr. and Mrs. K. A. Bryant of
there last week. Marysville, Tenn., are spendingthe Lest We Forget

holidays in Winter Park '..
Mrj. Jeff Cockrell is a patientin with their son In law and daughter. ... .
"the local hospital receiving They are also visiting herewith J.' f'. ,'" ....,, /.. :' '
treatment for a heart attack Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown,
'which she suffered last Friday. Jr., and their nephew and, nelce.

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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Df$. 26, -/1

SIX .
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- -- -- - STUDIES SCHEDULEDOF Subscribe lor The Flag! tine
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BROWN COWART
SPORTS I DEADLIEST BSH W. Cowart (BB) 19 14 74 I ANTARCTICA'SFLORA I' $2.50 A Year In Advance

.Continued From Page. 2 I FOUL SHOOTERS I I J. Knight (BB) 16 10 63 AND FAUNA -

S. Rockett (BB) 30 17 57 ;;;, "N.-.=.'I'r/Y
matched the Varsitywith 3) .. . . .
Bulldogs I! and (Continued from page. -
of the Varsity
Jim Brown 36 j ;
5
4.1 record. M.. Tucker (BB) 14 O. F. ALFORO :
a I Walton Cowart of the B team, J. Brown (Var) 25 19 76 over-all pattern of dispersion of'' Registered
For Crescent City, Al Pound's led their squads respectively
I who W. Townsend (Var) 11 8 73 Pacific insect life. j

17 points constituted more than last year, are again the deadliest B. Anderson (Var) 18 13 72 A Duke University survey team 5 Real Estate Broker
half his team's points. I I charity shots in Bunnell |
R. Tucker (Var) 10 6 60
to trap at least 100 new
Crescent City squad I expects Bunnell. Florida
High School. H. Kulcskl (Var) 18 16 56 of small Invertebrate
Fg Ft F 141 species .
Name ', E. Tucker (Var) 9 5 56
2 2-21 6 Before Friday's game with marine animals.
E. Thomas I' B. Moody (Var) 24 10 42 NOTICE Of STOCKHOLDERS
17 the sharp
Pound 7 3.4 3 Crescent City Iwo :tTIvt"n
that the
State 0 2-21 2 shooters were connecting on better .. annual Notice meeting II of the Stockholdersof

0 0-03 0 : than 80 per cent 'of their the Citizens Bank of Bunnell
Filches of the
I held at the office
will be
C. Thomas2 0.0 2 4 shots, but. performances Dank in Bunnell Florida on Wed-

Palmer O' 1-21 1 dropped them from the coveted 24 HourWrecker Service clock nesday.kit January for the 8 1964 election at 1:00 of o'-aBoard

Newton 0 0-03 0 mark. of Directors to serve for theensuing
I and for the tranac-
Tulley 1 0.1 5 2; Cowart has proven to be 10 tlon of such year other before business the meeting.as may
come
per cent better from the line : properly HOWELL V. PEAVY. Cashier.
12 8.11 19 32' than any of his B squad teammates Flagler Truck & Tractor Co Dec it. 188S A Jan. 2, i864-2tc

Bunnell B..squad but the Varsity has had I IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
MASSEY-FERGUSON CIRCUIT
4 SEVENTH JUDICIAL
M. Tucker 1 2-51 closer competition. The lanky OK FLORIDA. IN AMD FOR
Elsenbach 0 0-41 0 Juniors, Walt Townsend and I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment FLAOLEH COUNTY. IN CHAN

Knight 5 6-8 2 16 Butch Anderson are right behind VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 BJARNE CERY. NO.URSIN 4787, plaintiff,

Cowart 100.3220 Brown with averages of 73 and II Owner Bunnell Florida
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Rockett 0 3-84 3 VAN et al
.. 72 per cent SARAH M. PELT
Defendants.
Ford. 0 0-00 0 .
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Jarosz : SARAH M. VAN PELT not
know'n to be dead or alive; !and
DE'iISEES. -
16 11.28 10 43 w ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS.ASSIGNEES.
GRANTEES
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ScoreBunnel1.B LIENORS. CREDITORS, TRUS-
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5 19 25 32 under or against the said
C. City B- M. VAN PELT (who Is not known
to'b.. dead or alive) In or to the
1M TIIH CIRCUIT COURT, SBVKNTII following described land situated

AND FOR JUDICIAL PLAOLKIt CIRCUIT COUNTY lit, Wflmi ( @1IDrw@1llQQJ } O o In Part Flagler of County Government Florida Lot, to-wlt I of:
South,
FLORIDA IW CHANCERY NO. Section 23. Township 11
NO. 4794RICHARD Range 81 East, situated In Flag-
RALLETT111alnttff ler County, Florida, and more
particularly described as follows:

. nBTTT ALLI4N POWELL South Beginning u reofo the where said government the
HALLETT, Lot 2 Intersects the Easterly -
Defendant boundary of the 500 foot rightof

IN THK NOTICE NAMH OF TO TUM APPEAR STATE; OF! ll n Waterway way of, the according Florida to Intracoastal plat recorded -

TO: BETTY HALLETT ALLEN POWELL ( )( ) ) 1f 9 YQ\1ll( )\ of ler the County In Public Plat, Florida Book Records, 4 and at of page running Flag 11

Whose place of residence and thence North 46- 43'56" West, along
post office address are unknown the said Easterly right of way boundary
a distance of 359.88 feet:
TOO ARM HEREBY REQUIREDto thence North 82: SI' 04" East a
file with the Clerk of this Court distance of 918.88 feet to Perma-
Answer to the Complaint Monument No. I,
your nent Reference
herein against you In the above 0 llnfill } O located on the top edge of the
entitled cause on or before the 10th ; o o @J (Qll) ffi ocean barrier; thence continuing
day of January, 1964. and serve a .. ll North 62* SI' 04" East, a dlstanco
Vincent
copy thereof upon Klnsey. of approximately 60.0 feet to the
, & lyle, plaintiff attorney here.In mean high water line of the waters -
whose address Is 42 South Pen of the Atlantic Ocean: thence
mauls Drive, Daytona Beach, Flor- Southeasterly on a meander of the
ida. The Flagler Tribune II hereby mean high water line of the watersof
designated as talre a ttlh:3: the ,/Atlantic Ocean a distance

once which a this week Order for four be consecutive ID@1nll of the approximately South line of 736.35 the said feet Government to

weeks. Herein fall not or a Decree (Q) } ( )\ (0Ef9 ) Lot 2: thence South 88*-

against Pro you Confesso for such will failure.be entered The YQ1ll of 46' the 11* West said ,Government along the South Lot 2.line a

nature of this suits a bill for distance of approximately 54.0 feet
divorce.' to a point on the top edge of the
'WITNESS my hand and seal at ocean barrier and said point being
Bunnell Flatter County. Florida, r. Routh 23* 42' 04' East, a distance
thin 10th day of December, A. D.Offl'clal of 712.41: feet from the above mentioned -
1 553. Permanent Reference Monu-
( Seal) E. A. SMTTHE ment No.1; thence continuing
Clerk of Circuit Court IJ : South 88* 46' 11" West, along the
Flakier County Florida ; South line of the said Government
Dec. 11-19-28. 1963 & Jan. 3, 19(4 Lot 1. a distance of 840.05 feet to
the point of beginning of this de-

scription.Subject however, to right of
, CLASSIFIEDADS way of State Road No. AlA.
Bearings are referred to the True
Meridian and parcel contains '.41
acres, more or less exclusive of
the right of way of State Road
No. AlA.
ALSO all of said Government Lot
2. lying Southerly of a Westerlyproduction
SALE-SO" 10 House Trailer of the Northerly boun-
FOR has to insect attacks. It'sfast dary of the above described parcel -
ORTHO a ready answer
; utility building; 100' x 225' : Northerly of a West production -

lot. Tel. 4373548. 12-26-tfc and thorough, and has a short residual life. above I of described the South parcel boundary: Easterly of the

of the E n high waterline
FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bedroom of the erltlo-:. Intracoastal
with most Insecti- Waterway and Westerly of the
duplex apartment. Large Ob Spray DIBROM and a few it's compatible Easterly right of way boundaryof

rooms, screened porch. PhoneID minutes later every looper that's cides and fungicides. And you 0.81 the acres said, more Waterway or less., containing

7-3304 12.19.TF dead can have workers back in the field The last described parcel being
been hit will be or dying. subject to a canal right of way

FOR SALE 2 bedroom house, Even the tough ones. And that just a few hours after spraying. America.easement to the United States of

large Florida room, 17 Hlllcrest, goes for aphids, too. In fact <* 5''No two ways about it: and Together littoral with'all water rights common and law riparian

,Flagler Beach, a real buy. Call rights appertaining to said
different when insecticide
than 130 an
Aubrey Spivey, HE 92293. DIBROM kills more there are times two parcels of land.

most make or break YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
insects-including re- you.
Dec. 5-4tp can you that a complaint has been filed

-..- And in all of When hit do it right. against you In the above entitled
FOR SALE-Baby pigs will be sistant ones. stages loopers pause now pending In the Circuit
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit
-
weaned Dec. 15. Phone 4373478. growth except eggs and pupae. Save the day with DIBBOM.DIBBOM of Florida In and for Flagler
County In Chancery. wherein
Nov. 28tfWANTED .Ci9*But DIBBOM won't create Bjarne Ursln Is plaintiff and the
above named and referred to parties -
IRONING to do at my a residue problem. It's registeredfor are defendants; and you are
required to file your answers or'
home, reasonable. Pick up & delivery use within a few days of har- pleadings to the complaint with
comet the Clerk of said Court and to
Phone ID 73669. follow the label directions serve a copy thereof upon the
vest. Just
10-24-41 both at an plaintiffs attorney Wakeneld and
underwood, 111 Hall Building 151
will cleanas
and your crop be as 8 Emulsive and 1 B. E. Second Street Miami 32 Florida -
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain it's not later than January 11, 11(4:
shell Reasonable a whistle when picked. a4Du3t.lt If you fall to do 10, Judgment by
snail
fields Installed; default will be taken against yoi
prices. Call George Ja *3: < 'DIBBOM is easy to work mixes readily 0 RTN 0 complaint"\ "" prayed for In the

roz. ID 7.3410 81tlHELP with,too.It's less toxic to humans with water and urpoee of was Instituted for the
reforming that certain
WANTED-Couple to run and warm-blooded animals than 1$ compatible DIBRQM Deed from Isaac Payntar to Abraham -
G. Payntar. also known as
restaurant, living quarters in. most other phosphate chemicals with mostinsecticides Abrah\m .1.p /nt r, dated August
11. 11141 filed August 22. and
eluded. Must have experience. 1914.
with comparable fast-action kill. and recorded' Deed Book 32. page 101
Will pay great percent of gross of the Public Records of St. Johns

to right party. Animal Land, It mixes readily with water, and funglcldet. I record ounty, on Florida October and 14.re-nied 1920/ and for

AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler re-recorded In Deed Book I' page
I'll of the Public
Records of Flag-
Beach. "Helping the World Grow Better"CALIFORNIA ler County Florida and for the

_/ 8.1.tf.1 I CHEMICAL COMPANY,ORTHO DIVISION P.O.Box 7067,Orlando,Florida the urpose abrTe. of describe the land title In the to

said Bjarne Ursln against the
JOHNSTON'S !I claims and Interests of said de-
fendants and each of them.
HAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. This notice shall be published
: once each 7.MA. four Conlecu-
< TS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, Uye weeks Ftalfle-r Tribune
FARMS noNE AND ORDERED at Bun;
WATER FRONT, I
I I nen. Florida, thl. Uth day of De
ACREAGE ember, 1963.
I I I E. SMYTHE
Se us for your real estate needs
Office Phone HE 9.2242 :t laglerhCountyi Florida
I I Dy Julia n. Harvey.
Residence Phones ID 7.3691or Deputy Clerk.
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Dec. 26, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Books Are My Dish j weeks at M.I.T. recently. The I ,
result of his visit is an articleIn
NEWYEAR'S'I
(Br Dorothy Romans) the December 7th Saturday
The laurel was cut in the Review, "A Poet's Investigationof
woods too soon, and already thewreath's Science." He says, "Nowherein a
shadow lay across the the world can a more massive 1 1i1rk"I
doorway of the New Year, and I concentration of scientific ;:
"that was the week that was", thought be found." But here the
had Just been finished when I i scientists admit that the humanities
met a man I knew and I said,,' (the Intangibles) are : ngFm
not to be too sad but to be courteous !equally Important. Students cannot .
to the dead. "I feel the I become technologists without .
same way I felt after the hur. I spending a large part of i SK
ricane's eye had passed by."j their time on the humanities,I /
"Yeah," he said, the words I or vice versa. I ;
tumbling out cold with an In. I I Mr. Graves has visited over
credible malice,"Four days with a dozen American colleges whichhe .
out a commercial. What do you I'' says either ignore the humanities I \ \ Q
think of that. From Friday to I or give them little
Tuesday. And all that money emphasis. What Mr. Graves sees Lykes (6-8 Ib Arg.) ,
lost. It was Jackie's fault. No. and so did Robert Frost was that '
body else would have done It. I the future instead of meaningthe SMOKED Ib '
All that money lost!" A more death of poetry will need PICNICS 29Fre.h
lost man I have never seen. I poetry to save us from science ,
But he Is going to find it hard or viceversa.A .
going in the future. He Is a I hopeful sign for the New Fla. Grade "A" (2-2% Ib Avg.) .
man who had no use for educa. I year: Heading the top ten best
tion since he made, lots of books in the Soviet Union are FRYERS 3 ?2
money withouf'ltTo the poems of Robert Frost. His for
poets and others who see passion for the country, for
something in intangible things, farms, for snow, for trees is a u. S. Choice
the New Year has a ray of hope. passion also held by the Rus.
To begin with Robert Graves sians. Frost's last book, "In ROUND STEAK Ib 79Smoked *
who holds the venerable Chair The Clearing" Is at the Flagler
of Poetry at Oxford spent two 1 Woman's Club Library,


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the forthcoming wedding to spend Christmas day in Jacksonvllle I ___J ___
-jrfanler &acfii!' ; I Sunday school is at 9:45 A. M. ,
I: ( of Thomas D. Wells, Jr., to !. with Mr. and ,Mrs. Lee and morning! worship is at 11 o' -

a \, Miss Linda Joan Clapp on December I Rooney and daughters, Jill and I clock with Mr. Judson Stryker, t tTRRSON TEXACO

(Continued from page 4) ., ,29. Mr. Hawey Wells Marda. Mrs. Rooney is the Jr. as guest speaker this Sun- SRVI"E
I Ita an uncle of the groom-to-be I daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Hoov ,
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. day. Training Union Is at 6:15: < I ROD SERVICE

h Thomas D. Wells of Flagler'|: to and the Mrs.groom-to-be.Stephens, is an aunt I ler. P. M. and evening worship is at I : p ;..ht M-chan'ca) Work ,

Beach and with Mr. and Mrs. I I , ,
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I Ii
!i Henry,Wells of Bunnell for the !I I ...... !.
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wells
i holidays will be: Mr. and Mrs.
will have visiting with them for I NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
;, Hawey A. Wells and son, and

Dr. Hawey A. Wells, all of I the holidays their daughter and fire Insurance policies we write still give the same HASTINGS MATTRESS ;
law Mr. and Mrs. Halvor
soj ,
Athens, West Virginia;
Ashley and two sons from Mi I dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
r and Mr. and Mrs. Raulf Stephen i

; benefits Home Owner's
ami. They also plan to attend I coverage Policy-at nfJ'IitUe 710.12 Lemon St.
I and Mr. and Mrs. Don I
extra costRemember
the wedding of Mrs. Ashley'sbrother. j Palatka. Florida
I Castleberry and two sons fromLARGEST"'LAND I I I

I H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you 11 Phone: EA 5.9166

MAMMALThe I take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361 Furnitu \ Upholstering
Visitors to Lanett, Alabama, & Refinished
giant rhinoceros Baluchi- ,, for the holidays are Mr and Mrs. or stop in soon for fall details. I', teesses & Box Springs

thorium which resembled a., Robert Owens and children Sandra H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone M j Order.Also Renovated

grunded blimp, was the largest J!I Derese and Wayne, and Mr. 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. Flcu. ra Morris 437-3233
and Mrs. Richard Uttlefield and
I After 6:00 P. M.
land mammal that ever lived,
the National Geographic says. I daughters, Angie and Tenley.Mr. I PKICES REASONABLE.

Bohichitherium l'' stood about 17 and Mrs. Frank Brede are'' YJ'......."'.........!'..".t'.......................... ......v."......."....."................ BUDGET Just as PLAN near IF as NEEDED.your

feet high at the shoulder and leaving today to spend Christ'l FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Phone or Post Office
was 24 feet long. It stalked the mas with their son In Drop Us A Cord or Call

Dearth some 30 million years ago. daughter, Dr. and Mrs. William ; Free Pick-up & DeliveryIN

J,_ ' H. Kelley and family In Orlando. I AMBULANCE

After a few days visit there they PHONE VAlley 41625 TUB CIRCUIT COURT OK"FLAKLKH
plan to visit with their grand. SERVICE COUNTY FLORIDA.,
MILLER IN CHANCERY NO. 4801
daughter and family, Mr. and ST. JUJGUSTINE. FLORIDA DORIS
KRISTOFPla.lntltf.
, ELECTRONICS Mrs. Russ Rowe, in Tampa.Mr. ,
, Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We v.
J GEORGE KRISTOFDefendant
,#,{ '1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. and Mrs. W. E. Fennell, Jr. are always at your service with promptness safety and NOTICE TO DEFEND

/ P. and sons Billy and Bucky, are experience. TIi OP FLORIDA. TO:
REPAIRS ON TV'S spending the holidays visiting GEORGE KRISTOF
B. Erdmann
WASHERSDRYERS relatives in Hlnesville, Ga. Equipped With Oxygen Resiuitatbr and Inhalator 41 c/o Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle
Part Xe. France
You hereby notified that a
Visiting with Rev. and Mrs. Garcia Funeral HomeP. suit HM are been filed against you In
Reynold Hoover for a week Is the above entitled cause; and you
Call Collect 672-0377 are hereby required to file your answer
their son and family, Mr. and E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director :Withea of thf. Court,
copy
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Mrs. R. N. Hoover, Jr. and sons, and thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney.
LADY ASSISTANT
; Nickey and Reynold, from Wind.
1 whose! name and address Is:
+Yi' RAT SELDEN
..
- Selden Building
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Daytona Beach. Florida, U.SA.
., not later than January 18 1964.
t. If you fall to do so, decree pro
confesso will be entered against!
., tt\ .. i' j., : ." you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
aid suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and teal of
r CALLBUNNELL aid Court this 17th day of December -
A D. 1963.
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTH
Clerk of ald Circuit Court
By Julia R Harvey
Deputy Clerk
Dec 19-26 & Jan. 2-9-4to

IN TIll COUNTY JUnGR'1 COURT -
MOTOR CO. IN AM FOR FLAGLKIt COUN
I TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
CASH NO. 630
; IN KKi' Estate of
CHRISTY FINCH deceased.
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I
,.: NOTICE OF FILMING PETITION
: l : : FOR FINAL IHHCHARGI9 OF
AOMINIVTRATOH!'
,'". .. "" w. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON
"w ID 7-3301 :r,' -I"; CERN
/ tFh .1Q' -, 4 ", ""<, 1 ),j' "' ''. Notice la hereby given that I
: HI vI have flied my final return a* administratrix
: of the estate of
CHRISTY FINCH. deceased; thatI
have Sled my petition for final
: discharge, and that I will apply
; } ; to the Honorable T. K. McKnlght.
., County Judge of Flagler County.
For : ,, Florida. on January 23, 1964 for
II, I J >fI' \ I approval of the same and Oft
| It ;
,, : discharge a* administrator of the
.
: : estate of CHRISTY FINCH, deceased -
I .
., : ( December 11, 1963.
: S/ Marcella K. PratherAdminietratrix
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\ : of the Estate
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r'j1t':' ,,:a4 : .I 1'i., ., : of Christy Finch, deceased.Dec. .
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k Needs : : THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO:

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h.'.d j",7e I You are hereby notified that a
I11 suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause: and you
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IJ are hereby required answer
with the ktoorlhr.o'8'O .,
!a I and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or attorney
whose name an llalntlft'l Is:
,\ >> SAMUEL V. HOLCII
110 N. Sri
COMMERCIAL ) HOUSEHOLD Street
Palatka. Florida. U. a A.
: not later than January 14. 1914.
'\ '., ', '. If you fall to do so. decree pro
I confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
aid suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
aid Court this 10th day of Decem.ber
A. D. 196].
(Official Seal) E. A. S Y
I Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia n. Harvey

Dec. 12-19-2I 19CS a Deputy 3-1964 Clerk

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