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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 24, 1964
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VOLUME 52, NO 51 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY DEC. 24, 1964 -2:50: A YEAR I



Further Study On Free EducationFor Cheryl McGriff


Reevaluation Of Disabled Gl's First Winner In


County PropertyA Children ExplainedInjuries Safety SlogansCheryl

meeting of the Tax Study or illness that totally

Committee of the Flagler Farm and premanently disable veterans McGriff, daughter of

Bureau was held last Friday or bring about their death Mr and Mrs. Clifford McGriff

with Chairman Lewis Wads do not have to be wartime in was the first place winner In

worth presiding. Present were origin to make their children the Safety Contest recently con

Members W. W. Deen, Shelton eligible for the educational as t ducted by the Florida Safety :

Barber, Fred Fruits R. L. Mc. sistance administered by the r i 1l' ik 7Y Council. t

Nab, Lyman Gage and RaymonF. Veterans Administration.The Cheryl Is a student in Mrs. i iIJllrKlnbothAm's

Tucker. Also present were original War Orphans Ed third grade

Tax Assessor Don Moore, Coun ucation Assistance Program was loom at Bunnell High School. J

ty Commissioners C. H. Cowart set up solely for those children She Is 7 years old. Mrs. Higgln 9

Otis Hunter, John A. Clegg and whose veteran parent had died botham received a letter of con

George Wickline, Commissioner due to wartime disabilities Raymond gratulations from the Council

elect Louis M. Stefllk and Dan. S. Smith Flagler County with a check for $10 as first ,
ny C. Johnston. Veterans Service Officer said.
Pictured at the program from the left; Z. D. Holland Superior place primary winner In the ,
After calling the to Congress later amended this to J
meeting tendent; Mrs. Leonard Moody, President of Flagler County C. T. A., contest. The slogan writen by
also include children of veterans
Wadsworth the
order Mr.
following report: gave whose deaths had resulted from and, Benton Clifton, Supervising Principal of the Bunnell High Cheryl was;

1. The chairman and the extra hazardous line-of-duty injuries School. .. "We have many highways
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I or illness in peacetime I I- We have many roads,
tax assessor had appeared before *
the Board of County Com I service.A Flagler County Jim Ebert Buys We have many children
further amendment by the I Obey our traffic codes."
missioners and requested them TributeTo
I extended the CTA Pays
recent Congress Marshland
to obtain plats for'the tax The Safety Slogan Contest was
assessor's office and to request program to the sons and daugh HollandI I held last month and the slogans I

estimates on property ownership ters of living veterans, permanently Z. D. Mortgage . offered by the Bunnell school
and disabled from i
maps'for use in-tax assess totally The Flagler County Classroom were published In the November .
ments and reevaluations. These service Incurred disability. Teachers' Association headedby The Flagler Beach City Com 12 issue of The Tribune.

requests were approved by the Eligible children generally be Mrs. Leonard Moody held a missloners met Monday and
tween the ages of 18 and 23,
resolution to
board. Testimonial Dinner for Z. D. adopted a acceptan
may receive up to 36 months of offer ,made by James Ebert Charles Walker
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2. The chairman had written Holland at the Womans ClubHouse
to the four companieswho schooling. Full information may in Flagler Beach on De. of $73,000 for the mortgage on
paper be obtained at the county courthouse I
own large tracts of land !cember 17. Flagler Harbor mashland. Dies In Augusta

and requested their cooperation I The Flagler Beach Methodist Attorneys representing the
Church Chapel Choir directed by City of Flagler Beach and Mr.
revaluation
if a program was Saturday NightJoseph
undertaken. All four offered all I Flagler Schools Mrs. Bernie Wilson and accompanied Ebert met Tuesday to work out

possible cooperation. by Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, I the details in closing the deal Charles Walker son of

3. The chairman reportedthat Are Accredited presented a Christmas Program, j City Clerk Virginia Sullivan said Mrs. Daisy Walker of Bunnell

as a result of correspond. Testimonials honoring Mr. 'Joday.A and the late A. A. Walker pass.

ence and verbal inquiries, many i At a recent meeting of the Holland were given by: WilliamE. satisfaction of the mortgagewas ed away Saturday evening at

proposals foe mapping and re Southern Association of Collegesand Fennel 1, Jr. principal of the given by the Commissioners the Veterans Hospital In Augusta .

valuation had been received. Schools in Louisville Ky., Flagler Beach Elementary and they received the check for Georgia Ife had been a pa.

Hunnicutt and Associates had Bunnell High School was re- School Mrs. H. H. Murray teach. 73000. tlent there for the past sixteen

made three proposals on map. I accredited for the school year er In Bunnell High School, Mrs. The attorneys said there were years.

ping. Howze and Associates had !1964.65: in the "All Clear" classlficatlon John C. Rice retired teacher and several! other details to be He was a veteran of World

offered to do the mapping and Z. D. Holland county member of Board of Public Instruction closed up before statement War 2, and was 59 years of age.

complete appraisal with $48,000 I school superintendent, said to and John A. Connon, could bo made by the company He was born In Holmes County,

to $54,000 as estimated cost of I day.He Counselor at Bunnell High (:concerning their future plans. but had resided In Bunnell since
also said the three public I childhood until his enlistment .
complete revaluation Job. j i School. Mr. Cannon presented I early
4. The chairman reportedthat schools located In Flagler county Mr. Holland with a desk clock NED BEVILLE I I I In the Army during WW 2.

U.S. Representative Billy j -Bunnell High Carver Highland as a memento from the cr A. !i DIED LAST WEEK He was famUiary known to his
I Flagler Beach Elementary- I friends and schoolmates as
Matthews had notified the com IN GAINESVILLEEugene
I I also accredited the State
are by
mittee that the U.S. Govern. ,I LIMITED VACANCIES t Ned Seville Sr of Buster.
I: Department of Education for the t Ills sister, Miss Lucille Walker
ment could not make the aerial
Gainesville died December 16
1964-65: school year. LISTED IN AIR FORCE of Bunnell was with him at the
the in the
photographs of county I after a long Illness He was the
near future. A limited number of vacancies brother In law of Mrs. Maude I hospital when he passed away.
BEACH LIGHTINGCONTEST He Is survived his mother
by ,
An open discussion was heldon still exist this month In Holland of Bunnell. He and his

the various problems facing WINNERS four Air Force career fields aptitude family had spent many summers Mrs. Daisy Walker, Bunnell; a
sister, Miss Lucille Walker, Bun
the tax assessor and the county areas for qualified young at Flagler Beach.
commission such *s (1) Cntro-I I The Christmas Lighting Contest I men .ages 17 to 27, accordingto Mr. Seville was a retired chief nell; a brother Cordon L. Walk.
the er of Wlldwood. Also surviving
sponsored by Flagler
in I
versy and litigation the Orlando Air Force Recruiting of the Gainesville Fire Department
Beach Garden Club are two nieces and one nephew.
work of the state was Judged
County, (2) Office. and one of the first
Tuesday night and the following I pres. Graveside funeral services were
tax council (3) ruling of Attorney Some 20 slots are open in the (dents of the State firemen
the winners held at 2 o'clock after '
were : Tuesday
General Kynes relative general, administrative, mechanIcal Association He was 70 .
years
to Just value taxation (4) Rufus Miller first; Ted R. and electronics aptitude I noon at the family plot in the
Blaine, second; I. H. Castallanta, old.He Espanola Cemetery Rev. Howard
several counties that
checking Deadline for
I areas qualifying Is survived by hU widow,
revaluations third; C. Robbie, fourth and M. I Porter, of the First Methodist
have had complete U December 30. Those Interest' Connie of Gainesville; 2 sons,
done to determine the value and I White-ley, fifth |I led' are requested to contact Sgt. Elmo Seville of Gainesville and Church of Bunnell. officiated
Honorable mention went to Active Pallbearers were Clyde
effectiveness and (5) have a I I I Paul Zuegg at the DeLand Draft Eugene Seville! Jr., of Miami; .a
Lewis Claude Pelllcer' Carlton
Mr. Dodlmead. D. Peterson Irene ,
professional analysis made I from 1 to 3 p. m. Tuesday and brother Harper of Gainesville
Masemore. Mrs. Frank Bred Johnston<< Ab Johnston Rob
without cost, on the present proposals from 1 to 3 p. m. Thursdays at sisters, Mrs. Ruth Whiting,
12 been Jr. and Phil Johnson. .
wishes to thank all who participated ,
on mapping to recom I the New Smyrna Beach Post Of Mlcanopy' and Mrs., Gladys 1
and also the Judges : Garcia Funeral Home of St.
mend which was the best for flee :'Cb ra, Gainesville 4 grand children .
i who gave their time. Augustine was In charge of the
Flagler County. also survive.Funeral .
Motion was made by R. L. Mc. BAND PARENTS II was held at 4 o'clock arrangements.

Nab seconded by Raymon F. er and carried' to contact the SPONSORING I Thursday afternoon from the I ,
Tucker and carried that the county clerks of six: counties of
PICTURE SHOWThe I Thomas Funeral Home with BAVTIST CHURCH NEWS
Board of County Commissioners similar size or Interests to Flag- burial In Evergreen Cemetery.day I
be requested to proceed in pro ler County to determine how Bunnell School Band i Rev. Thomas Pinner. Jr., said

viding plats, maps and property they contracted and financed Parents through the cooperation January 30. hit sermon topic for Sunday will

ownership maps of entire coun the mapping and re-appraisal" of of )(r. and Mrs Tlllman The proceeds will go to the be "A Faith For Scientists" at

ty for the tax assessor's office. their counties and how satisfactorily Watson of the.Bunnell Theatre I Band Uniform Fund. the 11 o'clock service.

Motion was made by Otis the revaluation was received. are sponsoring a Special Feature The public Is Invited to pa. The evening service will be a

Loiter, seconded by R. F. Tuck- I picture show on Wednet. tronize the show. special youth program.


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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 24, 1964

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\ the fibers, causing wear. I
Pot Makes MILK SUPPLY I I.
Dirty A good clothes brush with Community
FOR 20 PERSONS firm bristles will do the
strong,
NOrmES Off Taste CoffeeDoes Memorial
FROM ONE COW trick. Work from, top to bottom Church

,_ your coffee sometimes with firm brushing strokes. This Irter-de..et..tle.rl
Florida Mark Molassle, a d&.lryI
taste bitter, stale? If It does 1 I lifts the nap and helps refreshthe AIR CONDITIONED

Bunnell Beats you'd better take a look at the cow in a Florida Agricultural texture. Give pleats, pockets, Dayton AT*.
Stations registered
I Experiment
Inside of your coffee pot. A bit ( cuffs, and lapels a special going. FLAGLER
Jersey herd, has won special) BEACH

Taylor 67 46 ter the, oil stale found taste In develops all coffee when be. I recognition from the American over. Sunday School 10:00 A.14.

comes rancid as it forms a Jersey Cattle Club for giving I If possible, give the garmenta Church Service U:00 A.M.
tons of milk."Molassie" rest. Be sure to hangIt
day's
Starting off playing a fast
stain in the coffee maker. Evena I R. W. DICKERT, Pastor
game Bunnell got to a quick slight accumulation can cause produced 9,890 where it will get air circula EVERYONE! WELCOME
tion before put it in a tight. I
you
lead against Taylor and never that "off" flavor in coffee. pounds of milk and 505 poundsof I ...
let go. At the start of the second in ly closed closet.
butterfat a performance
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half Coach Harding began to Wash your coffee pot every -
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period of 305 days. produc \S
use the second team who also day In hot, sudsy water and 1 r -
tion level far exceeds the average .
scald and dry it thoroughly to 1\"
out scoredTaylor.
of all dairy cows being 24 Home 'I.
rid It of flavors
objectionable *
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milked in the United States to. Wrecker Service
Cowart was high point man 'oW"r. '
say home economists with the ...
with 21 with Townsend close be. Florida Agricultural Extension day.

hind. For Taylor Richardson was Service. Since the average American

high with 15. The pump stem in a perco consumes about 250 quarts In Flagler Truck & Tractor Co,

The next home game will be lator or the spout of any pot fluid milk and milk productsa
January 8th against Callahan could be causing trouble. Keep year, "Molassle" could have MASSEY-FERGUSON

which should be a real toughone these clean with frequent use supplied 20 persons with milk Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
of a percolator brush. for a year with the milk she
for the Bulldogs.
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242
One pf the cleaning powders produced In the 10-month period.
Come out and support the
Bulldogs. especialy made for removing The cow is part of the Ex. Owner Bunnell, Florida

coffee stains will help wash periment Stations r dairy unit .

Bunnell Beats Keystone away rancid oil and restore the herd located near Gainesville.
new look to glass or metal sur
Getting off to a slow start the faces. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Bulldogs' came back In the sec Make it a daily habit to wash BRUSH AND

ond half to push their one point the coffee pot for better tasting AIR WOOLENSFor AMBULANCE

lead to 17 and keep it to win coffee. A daily bath will also PHONE VAlley 4 16251!
7154. add years of service to this appliance better service from your I SERVICE
Cowart was high point man woolens, brush and air them : ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

with 21, with good ball playedby after wearing, suggests Miss :
both Anderson 'and Town. Plant Breeders Elizabeth Dickenson, clothing I Never be hesltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

send. Cooper was high for Keystone specialist, Florida Agricultural : are always at your service with promptness, safety and

with 21. Extension Service. : experience.
Role
ExplainedWanted Wool usually will spring back'I

ST. THOMAS CHURCH Into shape if you give it'' a : Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
a cantaloupe that will
(Episcopal) resist mildew that chance, she points out. The :
or a peach
South Garcia Funeral HomeP.
Anderson Street wrinkles of wear "relax, with I
Rev. James Henry Taylor, Jr. will grow beside oranges.
8u.dax fterrle each fiber resuming its normal :
10SO a.in. Church School Developing fruit varieties like E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
llilS; SermonHoly&.m. Morning Prayers and these for Florida's varied climate position. So airing speeds this : LADY ASSISTANT
And brushing
process. removes
Communion let Sunday is sometimes a tough job, I
hidden diret
particles which cut
but a typical task for plant 1 .
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breeders. These scientists realize .

MILLER that Florida's agricultural

demands are constantly chang 4 '
ELECTRONICS ing, and modem times requirenew

1744 Ocean Shore Bird. and better fruits and vege firsfe '"
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REPAIRS ON TV'S f ,
Plant breeding is the processof f S *j wjfcdAt-....
WASHERSDRYERS improving the heredity of ,:. (\tfIi' r 1\,

plants and producing superior or This holiday season, measure your drlhing' :,:',
improved varieties that will .r.. ,
I habits the rule. In traffic I' '
I by golden .
Call Collect 672-0377 meet the needs of man, accord { "
courtesy is the surest road to safety.And when ''f" \. .
ing to Dr. A. T. Wallace, headof "''I O .
ALL WORK GUARANTEED the Plant Science Section of other drivers aren't so courteous, e' ,

the Florida Agricultural ,Experiment O. give them all the room they seem to need.. ,' N ,i ,}. I11r.
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Stations.For I It'a better to be a little late,

the home gardener, new Motorist, than to be the late Mr. Motorist!
HASTINGS MATTRESS developments could mean larger / ,. \ ';
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS and healthier flowers. For the I 1 '4{, p '

710.12 Lemon St. farmer, it might result in big. .';.. .:.

Palatka, Florida ger yields. fie
Phone EA 5-9166 Plant breeding in the state

Furnltu-n Upholstering pursues two objectives: It de.

Repaired & Refinished velops crops that cannot be ', 0 Y"
Mattresses & Box Springs raised profitably in other partsof t
Made to Order.Also Renovated the
and
country, crops that
Call Laura Morris 437-3233
can grow In "oft.seasons."
Alter 6iOO P, M.
Thus Florida
crops must fulfill

BUDGET PRICES PLAN REASONABLE IF NEEDED. specific requirements, manyof
which have been met
Just as near throughthe
Phone or Post Office efforts of plant breeders.
Dro or Call This is another example of how
Free Pickup & Delivery agricultural research rewards us

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BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL

BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1964-65

Jan. 5 Tuesday St. Joseph nThere

Jan. 8 Friday Callahan B Home _

Jan 9 Saturday St. Augustine B-Home '
Jan 12 Tuesday Fla. D & B (B) Home ,

Jan. 15 Friday Hastings nHome .r e
Jan. 19 Tuesday Crescent City B-There
Jan. 22 Friday Father Lopez BThere

Jan. 26 Tuesday Baldwin nJlome
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Jan. 29 Friday Keystone Heights Home a _
Feb. 2 Tuesday St. Joseph nUome
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Feb. 5 Friday Hlllard B- Home

Feb. 9 Tuesday Callahan nThere

Feb. 12 Friday Fla. D & B (B- There ,

Feb. 16 Tuesday Hastings nThere ___ $ _
Feb. 19 Friday Crescent City B- Home

Feb. 23 Tuesday St. Augustine BThere
Several B- Team Games are listed with the

Varsity Game Schedule.All ." DRIVE. WITH CAR ...EVERYWHERCI
gomes start at 6:30 75c adults SOc students ..
And be sure to pkk up your he"Do unto om.j .."

January 9-Saturday-OCala Home-5:00: :'_ -" bwnpet strip at any FPiLolfic!
January 15-Friday-St Augustine Home-5:00 "/ '
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January 22-Friday-Orange ParkThere7OO '

January 26-Tuesday-Orange Park- Home-5:00

January 29-Friday-Keystone Heights-Home 6:30 '
February 2 Tuesday-Green Cove Home-5:00: FLORIDA I ? POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY.

February 6-Saturday-<: GalaTern2:00" : HILHNO tUILD H.OAIDAPAGE



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Dec. 24, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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CHRISTMAS Government Cost and highways tion of natural resources and brought in $1,462,500,000; the
I 'The baknce of the total publicly owned utilities. federal government provided "
CONFECTIONS state-local expenditure of $1,- "There are three sources of $186,300,000 and the balancewas I
In State in 1963 !
Traditionally Christmas Is a I 783,700,000 went for a variety of these state-local funds in Flor- borrowed for repayment by ,
purposes, principally conserva ida. Taxes and other revenue I Floridians at a later date."
time for sweets and confections. Up 16 Per Cent
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Home economists suggest that
you make your Christmas con. Expendiutres by state and local II I

fectlons nutritious as well as governments combined \ ' ;
tasty. And they offer some ideas reached $1,783,700,000 during the I .
along this line. fiscal year 1963, an increase of I
16 per cent over the previous Happy 1 o11ba 1 ,
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Uncooked dried fruits, served year compared with a national ; Y ,
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either plain or stuffed,I make a .
increase of 9 per cent, the Florida j
delicious treat. Rich in natural State Chamber of Commerce I Happy Eating!
sugar, they will please the reports in Its Weekly Business I
sweet tooth and provide mine. Review.
rals and vitamins at the same "The Florida state government
time. spent $606,600,000 of this amount

Serve raisins plain or spiced and the $1,177,100,000 balancewas
for a healthful snack. Figs also spent by governments be..
low that level: county, municipal
become festive fare by clippingthe
stem ends from the pro. and district. Season's
cessed fruit and pressing the "Education is the most costly GreetingsFrom
service of state and local governments
cut end down. This forms a tiny
patty with a depression in ,the accounting in Florida
center. Into the depression pressa last year for $593,700,000 of the. All Of Us At
total from all sources. Expenditures
half of any kind of ,nut or
for highways amounted to
a candied ,cherry or marshmal.
$319,700,000; for hospital and

low.Stuff dates and prunes with health $169,800,000; public welfare RODGERS FOOD STORENAOMI
$108,500,000; general government
peanut butter fondant, candied
$86,000,000 police -
; protection
fruit, nuts, marshamallows. Roll
$73,200,000 Interest on
in some shredded coconut or In ; and CURTIS H. RODGERS,
all debts $79,900,000; fire pro
granulated or powdered sugar.
tection $28,400,000 and sewage GERTRUDE RAMSEY UAE LEWIS
Apricots, apples, and peachescan systems $41,300,000. All of these -
be dressed up in a similar showed considerable G. C. LAYTON
categories JR. CARL E. COOPER
manner. Increases over 1962 except the
Many dried fruits can be amount spent for sewers which FRANK: PRESTON "BO" KING MACK PELLICER
added to hot cereals. Their dls dropped 4 per cent l
tincitve flavor adds a great deal "Included in the above amounts .
of interest, to breakfast.
any was a total of $489,300-
I
000 in capital improvementssuch
f r r i V't f".J f:.. <(:l f":4't':;! -("
as new schools, hospitals !* ;ft

I OKI2TMAS\/ i iI i

Cheer More Instant :

Products Soon I

I Highly flavored instant straw.
berry, raspberry, blackberry, and
boysenberry powders are the
newest Instant products develop.
ed by the U.S. Department of
Agriculture research scientists.I

Packing and storage conditions : I
are still being worked out,
but the powders look promising
for bakers, ice cream dry.mix
manufacturers, and other large
scale users.Eventually.
they may appearIn
your grocery as pastry and I
beverage mixes or as "instant
purees" for making sauces, des. ,
u. sert shakes.toppings, Jams, and milk ,

; Keep your eys open for powdered .
We hope old blueberries and cherriessoon.

Santa fills your eve- Instant bean soup-lima or
1 navy-Is one of the maid-
ry request for a joyful services USDA research scientists ,

and happy are developing for busy
homemakers, according to consumer .
Christmas. education specialists.

I Right! now they're perfectingthe
The L. C. Moodys process that turns pureed r
,s beans, peas, and lentils into "In. ,
LEONARD I stant" powders. .Just add water,

DAISY stir, heat, and serve. Beats

$ EULA LEE I' soaking two, then, cooking making for an the hour puree or vt( nn!!-the birthday of Him .

t&&x+i ;>>I I yourself. I '

who brought Love to us. .

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His many blessings f ""!* *.#).*.. t'J'.t

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HAPPYNEW I .
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With gratitude for your friendship and the loyal

support you've given us, we extend our heartiest

wishes that you have a very Merry Christmas Land 'n Sea Fashions


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PAGE FOUR THE FLAGLEK TRIBUNE BUNWELL. FLORIDA Thursday Dec. 24, 1964

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; ; Gardening In Florida toward the first saving sign. This your will plants do more than 1 I I The checked leaf by spot removing can usually the Infect.be--

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(By Kerrey Sharpe) all the chemicals you use aftera ed leaves as soon as you spot

; great deal of damage is done. I I them.
This is a big weekend for the The mildews are controlled
Some of the bugs you may I by
Yuletide gardeners. These are a dusting the plants with
GARDEN CLUB HOLDS ITS GARDEN CLUB find on your house plants are sulphur.
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER VISITS SHUN4NSThe special breed of green-thumb red spider mites, thrips, white. Blight has no practical cure.!
experts who make annual a- The best bet is to burn the
files scales and plant
mealy bugs
The annual Christmas
partyof I
Flagler Beach Garden I tempts to grow mistletoe over before the ailment
In general, malathion spreads to
aphids.
the Flagler Beach Garden .
Club gave five boxes of fruit the threshold.If other plants.
Club was held Thursday, December spray applications at 10-day In.
cakes, Jelly, and candy to shut- I
17th, at Murdock's Restaurant ins. They were given by the you are to Join this one tervals will stop an insect pest

on A1A. officers and members, accordingto I wayout-the-year group, it Is attack. THANK YOUI
Thirty members and guests the garden therapy chairmanMrs. time now to Join your clan and Diseases to look for are stem would like to express my

enjoyed a gift exchange after Frank Brede. make a safari to locate' sprigsof and crown rots, leaf spots, pow. thanks to my friends for their
the dinner. The program was the romantic olant dery mildew and blight The get well cards and visits while I

presented by Theodore Weber, I METHODIST CHURCH Some suggestive holiday farm. best treatment for stem and was a patient in: the hospital.
accompanied by Mrs. Frank crown rots is to cut away all Also many thanks for the many
ers save making the trip into
This afternoon at 5:45: the
Schwenk. Mr. Weber showed cards
the diseased tissue and then Christmas sent to us.
slides of Ice. MYF and the church school will the wirlds by growing the 11- :
beautiful Norway, spray with copper fungicides. Mrs. A. G Bradley.
cense-to-kiss In back
land and .Russia, while Mrs. meet at the church to go Christ. greenery a
Schwenk narrated their trip mas caroling. They will carol yard tree. If you plan to es. : tt.U" 't'f: (:;!(:;! 5 e (f: ': ,:
tablish a handy supply of mistletoe 1
with Mr. Schwenk to those countries between 6 and 8 P.M.
last summer.At Later this evening (11 o'clock) remember that the parasitic '

the close of the programthe there will be a candlelight service plant spreads easily and :
group sang Christmas carols. and everyone is invited to can become a killer of your I
spend this Christmas Eve at theservl.e. prized ornamentals. A. I I
Since there is little chance ,
FLACLER WOMAN'S CLUBA I
covered dish luncheon and Church school time is 9:45A. that a threshold planting will I :

Christmas party was enjoyed' by M. each Sunday morning and thrive longer than the holiday i

30 members and guests of the worship service is at 11 o'clock season, it is more practical to .;
Flagler Woman's Club at their with Rev Reynold Hoover, min. consider other Indoor projects. I ; .
What to plant depends '
on
ister. I
social meeting last Wednesday. ,
Christmas carols were sung The Chapel Choir, wearing conditions within your home."Castiron" TO ALL OUR !
that will
and gifts were distributed from their new robes, will render plants
withstand abuse and adverse
under the tree. Mrs. Frank Brede special music this next Sunday. FRIENDSThanks .
conditions such low in-
was presented with a beautiful Some of the youths will also as light
gift from the members. take part in the service. tensity and warm, dry rooms Include .

Canned goods and other food Methodist Youth Fellowshipmeets agaonema, aspidistra, for all your help I''

has been collected and a food each Sunday at 6:30: p. m.1 bromeliads, dracaena, monstera, FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB THRIFT SHOP'
basket will be given to a needy I All youths 12 to 21 are invited I pandanus, philodendron blplnndtifollum /
sansevieria and Esther Heydt-Ethel White, Chairmen : .1
family according to Mrs. Mary to attend.
Novick, welfare chairman. scindapsus. ,
,<
One of the most important, Plants that will grow under (:;! (t! t':: .: < ,,:
Keith Lovcll is spending the but less known duties of the adverse situations but need more

i Christmas holidays here with Coast Guard is to screen all personnel light and humidity are diffen- ..r

Mrs. Lovell and Kandyce. He is I working on U. S. merchants bachla, fiscus, plams, syngonium ! \ ,,
employed with the Bahama ships certain ,
or cargoesto and philodendrons cordatume ,
ment Co. at Freeport, Ce'l I assure their loyalty to the nastatum, imbe, hybrid "Or-
Bahama Island.
American government. "
lando, panduraeforme and seloum. pf t + > w t' I
R" CleC'RfCI /
,
A few of the many other

plants that will thrive indoorsare f# (

African violets, Chinese

evergreen, Rex begonia, fittonla, &

wandering Jew, Jade plant,
lady's eardrop and asparagus

ylumosus. :,
Chances are that a year-round
veteran gardener may have I
!fir 1t
some trouble with indoor plant. x

r F \ Ings, so here are som tips on lIi
plant diagnosis by Dr. E. W. I
McElwee, University of Florida
ornamental horticulture department t.- 1Ali'
head. r

Brown tips or burned marginsof

leaves indicate too much fertilizer ajmmIa
1fi
dried out plant roots,
windburn or cold injury. Yellowing ,- /
and dropping of leaves

hint that the soil fumes, gas .i it ,
i
1
$ z4
I fumes, chilling, over watering, 1 .

or poor drainage and poor aeration 3 /
may be the trouble.

tir Small leaves Indicate tight or d
soil lack of fertilizer /
heavy or
-i:a 1C t JU
;'r i dry soil.Weak .
growth or light greenor
color to foliage '
\ yellow healthy 1h :1
1 means either too intense

light, lack of fertilizer, root rot
or possibly root Injury. Small
/
-ti leaves lortg internodes could be
w caused from too little light or
I II
too high temperatures.
MayYourWishes AddIng as little water and FRIENDLYCHRISTMAS

fertilizer as possible to keep
,
plants healthy and slow growing
contribute to the sudcess of indoor : /

All Come True plants.Dr. .
McElwee says that during I ..)
winter months, or during cold,
dark days plants absorb much : GREETINGS-
.
I We all have special dreams and less fertilizer than during warm, I ': .
sunny weather lIe suggests ad \ .

hopes for the future..may those / Justing fertilizer applications to I With gratitude for -
the season of the year. your loyal ,
wishes that dearest heart Insects and diseases attack I I
are to
I your and outdoor plants alike. Care. friendship and support, we I :'

be this Christmas. ful Inspection of plants) regular
granted "
ly will catch these intruders at extend our warmest wishes for''

1 .

I Moody's Pharmacy 1Jj Marineland According, baby to observations porpoises, unlike at I a very cheery holiday season. I I

i most mammal, are usually I ,
born tall first There has how. I i rI
"YOUR CORNER DRUG STORE" / ever been one breech delivery

George Virginia In the great occanatlum tanks Verle A. Pope.

t; / and the infant porpoise survived.Florida's '\/
'r1 Marie Lucille: ,
i State Senator 3ht DistrictS z'
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St Johns River Is the .
1 .
only major river in the United "

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Thursday, Dec. 24, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLOKIDA PAGE FIViPERSONA !:
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BROWNS HOSTS A BROWNIE NEWSThe !
I working supplies on December
BIRTHDAY DINNER
PARTY SUNDAY Brownie Troop 701 was 10. The party was held at the
given a birthday and Christmas VFW hall where Christmas dee-
,; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, Jr., partly recently. This celebrated orations were used.

;,' were hosts at a dinner party and two years as a troop. The Brownies with their parents .'
birthday celebration Sunday at I and the VFW memberswere
#\ their home. The affair was Following the refreshments, present for the affair.
celebrating the birthday anniversaries the Brownies went to the hos I
" of their son David and pital where they sang Christmas .
Mr. Brown's father, Dale B. carols for the patients.The Subscribe for Th Flogltr tribune I
Brown, Sr. of Mount Dora.
V. F.W. entertained the
REVELS ROYAL KING RAULERSON $240 A Year ID Advance
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Brownies with a shower of
MARRIAGE IS MARRIAGE IS .
H. H. Pauling and son, Dale, of --- -- -
ANNOUNCEDOf I ANNOUNCEDMrs. aLlCtC EC't s lc"tC'e_'eL't M C'ttttP'I
Leesburg Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. i I, '
Interest to their friends G. J. Hosford, Sr., of Bun Brown, Sr., of Mount Dora Mrs. ,
here is the announcement of nell announces the the marriageof Neva Eisenbach and David ,
the marriage of Mrs. Georgia her daughter, Carolyn King Brown of Bunnell. ,
t Elizabeth Revels of Bunnell to Hosford, to Mr.: Viloice Eugene ,
Mr. Stewart L. Royal of Valdosta Raulerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,I
Georgia.The George Raulerson of Macclenny, Arriving here last week to :
Florida. spend some time was Mrs. Arthur ,
couple exchanged the I Hein and daughter Frances who ,
wedding vows in a quiet cere The wedding vows were exchanged i will visit with the Ted Heins I
mony at the home of the bride's at the Baptist Pastor-.- I family. She is the mother of $ LOADS OF :
mother, Mrs. Baxtet Sutton, In um on Saturday afternoon, December ] Mrs. Heln.
\ Valdosta.The 19, 1964. Rev. Thomas i :
Pinner, Jr., pastor of the First I BEST
bride wore a green wool Baptist Church of Bunnell, of. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Walkerof
suit with matching accessories. flciated in the single ring cere Wildwood are spending sev '
Her flowers was a corsage. of mony. Attending the couple eral days here with his mother, iQhjI1
white rosebuds. were Mrs. Pinner and the bride's Mrs. Daisy Walker and his sis \ ;
Mr. and Mrs. Royal are residing brother, John B. IIosford, Sr. ter, Miss Lucille Walker. Mrs. 1 .
in Valdosta where he is' Russell Walker of New Smyrna '.0. '
employed at the Pineview Hos The bride was attired in a Beach has also spent some time 0' Uf/J ,
pital. suit of charcoal gray with here with them. 0
: which she wore pink accesso t :
Mrs. William Marshall of ries. Her flowers was a corsageof
Mr and Mrs. Walter Knight
arrived pink carnations.
Orancock, Va., Sundayfor
a visit with the Raphael were in Tampa :Sunday with her GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, :
Following a short wedding sister Mrs. Dorothy Locke, who '
Sturmans. Mr. Marshall will ,
join them later. trip the couple are residing at I was undergoing treatment at the PATRONS AND NEIGHBORSS. I '
the McKenzie Trailer Park in St. Joseph Hospital there. Mrs. ,

Andy Fryman, who is attend. Bunnell.Mr. Knight and Mrs. Tommy Dur i'' ,
ing school in Ocala, is spending . Raulerson is employed in ranee spent Wednesday there
the holidays here with his the construction business at with her following her surgeryon I: Brooks & Son :

parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Cape Kennedy. Mrs. Raulersonis Tuesday.Mr. .
and his sister, Carol. employed at the Dixiana Restaurant .
Fryman l/ Shelton, Ludy and Chip
and Mrs. Don Moore haveas

Among the Bunnell school their house guests Mrs. r.Jn'+I'a idyy:d.'yw'r>.y i.1.yr. .-. ryryyy.'yyryr /
faculty members leaving this Mrs. Edith Allen has returnedto I Moore's brother in law and sis
week for holiday visits.,are Mr. her home here after a visit ter, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Carver
and Mrs., Roy Baylesa who will in Jefferson, Mo. with her broth. and children, Gill and Betsy, of PHONEKelley's
visit in Jerreson City, Tenn. with er and sister in law, Mr. and Waynesville, N. C.
their parents; Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Ralph Choate.

Cannon and son Ben who will Way To Beef-up Fuel 1 Oil
visit with relatives in .Atlanta, Mrs. Laura Frier and Hubert

Georgia. Frier are spending Christmas in Your Fall MenusSome CLEAN BURNING
Hazelhurst with Mrs. Frier's
II
DOUGLAS MCNEIL DINNER daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elza of the less tender and M

Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Pinner, Hatton. budget priced beef cuts offer excellent STANDARD
Jr., announce the adoption ot a possibilities for Interest. j
son, Douglas McNeil. He was Miss Virginia Wadsworth of Ing fall menus, says Dr. Robert =,
born December 7, 1964 Boulder, Colo., arrived this week 1. Reddish, meats specialist, .
i for a holiday visit with her Florida Agricultural Extension
Captain and Mrs. Charles parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Service. PRODUCTS
McKnight and sons, Ken and Wadsworth.Mr. Take chuck steak plate, brisket

Kerry, arrived Sunday for a foreshank, and the heel of DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
holiday with his parents, Judge and Mrs. C. O. Magee and the round. They are good In
and Mrs. T. K. McKnight. Captain Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddell 1 are stews, braised as pot roast or DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
McKnight is stationed at spending Christmas in Christ. simmered for a boiled dinner. I Phone 437.7172 Bunnell Florida
Carswell Air Force Base in Fort mas, Fla. the guests of Mr. and Ground, they make up into tasty ,
Worth Texas. Mrs. Claude Deen. meat loaves, meat balls, hamburgers : rJ. - -
and casserole dishes. :
< And speaking of stew If you I
1 BUNNELL THEATRE want to be an expert stew ; ,
open Open maker, here are some basic 1, *
jjj Fri. 6:45 FRIDAY & SATURDAY Sat. 4.45 rules; : Peace Be (:, /i ,

Big Christmas Double Feature Use any meat desired-beef, f" :.\<
w veal, lamb or pork, cut Into '"
/ cubes. Dip meat cubes Into sea I With You '
/ HAVE A soned flour and brown In a lit. I Ai.)
< tie: hot fat over medium heat. I /
MERRY CHRISTMAS For best results, brown only a i and Yours
SEE 2 BIG FEATURES few cubes at a time. .
Add Interesting seasonings,

REGULAR ADMISSION such as celery tops, a few whole , '
'
cloves and a bay leaf. Then add I II 1 J" J (,
"
I liquid to nearly cover meat. i May Christmas
slond your
a Cover and cook over low heat i
a I If unit I meat Is nearly tender. ; '
? 1llc IN Add the ,desired vegetables 1 be beautifully serene ''*' '1;: :'
j .
1 JPUZSI W I and cook until they are done. ff,II '

I Favorite choices are peas, green : and wonderfully
,.._COLOR1 r1'c 1.xnldJtiRt.uar.w I beans potatoes, cauliflower, car. j joyous-
raw sue tar mace unitnuu rots, whole kernel corn, lima
OPEN SUNDAY & MONDAY 6:45 p. m. beans, and kidney beans. we take this opportunityto
Remove meat and vegetablesto
a hot platter and thicken Ii'
thank for
liquid with a flour and water you your /
i paste. Season gravy and pour

I over meat and vegetables. continued friendship;: 5
put songs.. Make a flank steak Into a
and kisses I! very special Sunday dinner with
and wonderful a bread or sausage stuffing.
I guest ttaiSPECIAL J Spread the stuffing over the
I steak pull sides of the steak Metts Super

together to form a long roll, and /
I Ue with string or fasten with i
/
a ftkewer. Place on a rack andbake

M_I NtMl 100 /OGOiR'N Mr Mt ..iMCTROOOIA 1 R I solwly In 330; degree oven j Market
about 1% hours. U desired, add
FEATURE WEDNESDAY NIGHT mushroom or gravy sauce during '-.
BENEFIT OF BAND PARENTS the last half hour of making ; ,

I 7&7&ZJ*& 7* 7&Z7&Zi>Xy& > + time. .. T lv1JtJA1 a1Tr13'i :.IT.JrJ :JJ.1".J.1 NJr ,JtH-.J.JiYTJ






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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 24
1964By
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q. press the soil firmly around the: pounds of art 8.8.8 fertilizer per REQUEST FOR BIDS Subscribe to The Eaglet ==-

q base. Be sure to keep the soil 100 square feet of plant space Sealed' bis will be re...ved In Tribune
the offlo
of the
City Clerk of tM
moist until the cutting is well earlier in the fall should now be City of BuaoelL Florida, In the &50 A Year In Advance
( Henrer Sharp) Civic Center Building, on or before
established. producing large colorful bracts.
1S:00 o'clock ,
no ii on the 4th day
Poinsettias are like most The plants-will need repeat applications of January A O. 1965, for the fol IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
There are a number of poin lowing materials:
JlJIMiE. IN
Christmas shoppers' budget of plant food in early 1.800 ft. 4-lnct(, class 1(0. 11 flash COUNTY FLORIDA.ANII FOR FLAG LEU.
settlas to choose from IXl'Ro
accordingto 45
cast Iron
they are in the red. spring, again in June and perhaps equal. Altlte Joint pipe or HA?13.
Dr. T. J. Sheehan, ornamental In re: Estate of
during mld-summer if Four pugs 41-Inch tees four (4) ROYAL A. WOOD
So if you don't have red poinsettias horticulturist with the Florida there are heavy rains. ell 4-Inch* for above aDd pipe.four (4) 4-Inch Deceased.

to keep company with Agricultural Experiment Station. Price quoted must be F.O.B. Bun To All Creditors and Persons
He if desire red bracted For best results nell by motor vehicle carrier. Bid Esfafef" or Demand Against
your broke budget, it is not too says you I prune poinsettias should specify delivery date. Said

late to get a supply of the flow. I Ierst varieties, propagate such plantsas back in late winter or the The right City to Commissioners reject reserve notified You and and each required of you are to present

fireball, Indianapolis Red, early spring after blooming is and to accept the any bid and that all In bids.Its any claims and demands which

Purchasing potted stock from Albert Ecke, oak leaf or Mrs. over or after the danger of frost judgment erest of the will City be of for Bunnell the best Flor In* against you or the either estate of you of, ROYAL may have A

center is the easiest Paul Eke. You can enjoy color has passed. Cut them back to ida. WOOD, deceased; late of said
a garden County, to the Bounty
to establish plantings of combinations if you mingle the within 12 to 18 Inches of the seal Witness this my hand and official Flagler County. Florida at Judge his of-of
way 14th day of December I
nee In the
red with Eke white ground unless A. D. 1964. court house of said
the holiday ornamental. How plantings or they have been /8Shelton County at Bunnell, Florida, within
a pink variety. frozen back below this point. B. Barber; Mayor six calendar months from the time
thumb City of Bunnell
ever, some green opera. ATTEST Florida of the first publication of this no-
tors scavenge the neighborhood I Poinsettias will grow on a Then cut them back to "live" 8Nancy: C. Rodgers. City Clerk demand tice. Two shall copies be 01'0e claim or

'for hardwood cutting when fel wide range of soils, includingsand wood. Dec. 17.2!-21-Ito shall state the place writing of residence, and

low gardeners prune their poln muck, marl, rocky soil You'll find that a compact IN IN TIIR COUNTY JUDGE' COURT, and and shall post office be sowrn address to by of the claimant claim

settlas following the flowering and clay. In spite of the wideadtptabl1lty will furnish TY,ANn STATE FOR OF FLAGLRR FLORIDA.COUN ant his agent or his attorney and
plant color accompanied
more Estate ofROYAL by a filing fee of one
the plants will dollar and such claim
season. or demand
than a plant with few un- A. WOOD.
not so filed shall be
void.
Such pruned material can be present you a better show of branched stalks. To promote a Deceased.The Vernon A. Raymond

rooted. First, punch a 1-inch dl. color if you take proper care State of Florida.. To All JCenneth W. Raymond
riot of colored bracts, prune the Persons Interested In the Estate As Executors of the Last Will
amter hole about 8 inches deep of them. of said Decedent: and Testament of ROYAL A.
plants several times during the You are hereby notified that WOOD. Deceased.
into moist earth then insert the Fertilizer application is im a
growing season. Cut the written Instrument purporting: to First publication December 17th
new ho h TJI Willi >_ I 19114.Dec. .
T. -
into the hole and portant. An application of 1% - ---- -
'woody cutting growth back after it Is 12 inches I of said decadent"has"been aVmltied 17-24-11 & Jan. 7, 1965-(tcIV
tof, probate In said Court
II long, leaving four leaves on You are hereby commanded withIn TIIR CIRCUIT: COURT OF
FIRE INSURANCE each shoot. Be sure to stop the six calendar months from the FLAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
IN
1 NEW FASHIONS IN
date of the first publication of this CHANCERY NO. 40K3!
pruning In early September, because notice to appear In said Court and WALTER K. CHAMBLEE/. '

The fin insurance policies we write still give the same the "flowering" buds are show cause If any you can why Plaintiff
the action of
said Court in
I dependable protection. But today YOU can often enjoy ad. set In early October. said Will to probate admitting 'MSEAL .ouldnot ;' MARQARETVCHAMBLEE.Dffendant.

, diUonal coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very stand' unrevoked. NOTICE TO DFFEND
Poinsettias show their color ( ) T. K. MCKNIGHT THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
little extra co.LItemember
County
Judge Flagler County, MARGARET CHAMBLEE
according to the day length and Florida. 65 North Pine Street Extension

H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you temperature.A First 17th. publication 1964. on December You Seaford, Delaware
are hereby notified
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361 Dec. 17-24-81 & Jan. 7, .1965-4tcREQUEST suit has been filed against you that In a:
plant near a lighted window -------- --- the above entitled cause: and
you
J in for full details.
or stop soon FOR III I)1* are hereby required to file
your an-
or a street light often re i Notice Is hereby given that the ewer with the Clerk of this Court
H. T. COOK AGENCY fuses to color up like a neighboring I Board of County Commissioners of I and to serve a copy thereof upon
the
Flagler County, Florida will plaintiff or plaintiff's
receive attorney,
Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Fla. plant in a nearby darker sealed bids until the 4th day whose namet\ and address is:
of January 1965, at the hour of RAY SELDEN
corner. Dreary skies in September 9:00: A. M., in the office of the Clerkof Selden Building
and early October will the Circuit Court In the Flaglr Daytona Beach Florida
County Courthouse Bunnell, not later than January 2, A. D.
shorten the days, causing plantsto Florida for the following: 1965.
One New (full cubic If you fall to ,do so, decree pro
%
set buds and flower before rated yard shovel confesso will be entered against
) heavy-duty crawler-
the holiday season. mounted Dragllne, equipped with you for the relief demanded In the
bill
of
45 ft. boom and fully revolving complaint. The nature of
CALL -- laid mitt halno. tnr Atvnr_
You'll find that Is type Falrlead. Overall length of WITNESS hand Ceeal
temperature crawlers to be not less than 12 ft. said my of '
Court
/ a limiting factor for a good weight 8 inches,of 28 Inch machine track less shoes bucket: total ber A. D. 1964 this, tat day of Decem-

I show of flowers. If the night with standard counterweight, shall (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk f>f said Circuit
Court
temperatures are much above 70 blderd not be shall less than specify 45,000 amount Ibs., and ofcounterweight By Julia R Harvey

I degrees, bud forming will be re to be furnished. Dec. 3-10-11-14-"c Deputy Clerk

I Bunnell Motor tarded. Freak periods of hot enclosed Dragline I I tate equipped with shatterproofglass with fully

! weather during this critical and with diesel engine of not
less
than 625 cubic inch piston -
time displacement fttjr 3fflaglr( OlrtbunrIIUNXELL
may not permit buds to equipped with direct
electric starting and,
automatic
form at all. The best flower development safety cut-off. '
is when the I'rlce tobe for above dragllne FLORIDA
night without bucket F. O. B. Bunnell. .
temperatures range from 60 to Florida stating approximate' de MRS. U.B, FULLER. EditorD..I..ted
livery date. Prices should also be
I Company 62 degrees. with and without trade-In allowance J
on Model 25 Northwest Drag newspaper for alt

: Poinsettias can be used as cut line Bids to be plainly marked "Bid Legal Advertising

flowers if the stems are treatedto on Dragllne" on outside ,of envel
ope. The Board reserves the right Entered as second class matter
f
coagulate the milk
t sap and to reject any and all bids. February 6. 1913 at the post-
reduce wilting. As soon as the Dated at Bunnell. Florida this office at Bunnell Florida under
ISth day of December, 1964. Act of March 3, 1176
! 437-3301 flowers are cut, Immerse the OTIS 8. HUNTER Chairman
cut ends in hot Board of County Commissioners
water for abouta ATTEST: Oae year ,...... .-$2.10 '
minute, then place them in I E. A. !!ilE. Clerk Six months _..4123
I cold Dec.: lf 24 I !
water. Be sure that the

steaming water does not damage NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEDS

I ,the bracts. Notice Is hereby given that H. T. Cook the holder of the following
Commercial Household certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
-:- An alternate method of halting The certificate number and year of Issuance the description of the
property and the name In which It was assessed are as follows:
',' the oozing sap Is to singe Certificate No. 8: Year of Issuance 1956
the Deccrlptlon of -Property: Lot IS Block E. Knox Jones Subdivision.
cut ends of the stem overa In addition to the above the following certificates are outstanding

flame for a couple of seconds on said property:

and then place the stems in Certificate 23 Ne. Year 1984 John Holder Seay ,

FOR cold water. For best results and 14 6 1962 1883".. H I

longer lasting beauty, cut the Jf 1961I960 P. K. Novak t

poinsettias about 18 hours before u lIi T.. "ook'J :

they are to be used in an 13 10 1958"1857.. ," I I

arrangement Store the cut 15 un", ", i

GAS FUEL OIL "flowers" in a cool, draft-free 37 37 11153"uU" "H

place- during the waiting stage. ?Jl 5 UU"1951" "N

Si uu" N I
*"*T Bernice Jones
Assessed to: lIelenI.. Toner.
! I' PETERSON TEXACO Also vi-d.for tax deed were the following certificates held by Walton '
LUBRICATION NEEDS SERVICE ni. .KLn.ney: Certlftcate No 21; Year of Issuance 1912.
I u'Vu'n' ? of Property: w!> Tract 2 Block 6 Sect. 29, Township -
I ROAD SERVICE I 39 East AI'teato: T. W. and Ruth Old.
I Certiorate Ne, Year udder
j Light Mechanical Work : SStt w- J. Kinney

1M M I Phone 437.3<<1 Bunnell j un" "
I II nn.. I .
QUALITY PRODUCTS I Description of Property: w% Tract t Block I Section 29, Town.
I IX TIIR rinrriT COURT, 8KV.Kvrii ;. snip 11. lUnge 29 East Assessed tot F. F. Kid ridge.
JUDICIAL ruirrrr. \\ Certlleal Jf. Year ll.U>r
A..Nil FOR KLAUI.KR' COUNTY \\l UU w. J. Kinney
.1.oRln11.1'11:1\' MO 41)01
JOSEPH r. DAVIS __ I Description of Property: Lo\10. mock u W., 8l' Johns Kinney Park Ad.
I naintiir, I dltlo Section 10. TowD.hlp u. 11.Na.. It r.... A..e..ed to: D. Stiller.
*".- (.'.rtl..... N..
EULA )'\11: DAVIS. 10 Year II.. >r
Defendant>> nn W. .1. Kinney
13
H LOW COST TO: KULA MAE DAV18 Description nil" .
: 71& Cedar Creek Road Section 10. Township of Prop.rtZ U, : Lot I Block 1/ 8t Johns Park Addition
Fayettevllle, North Carolina Certlfteat Mange 39 East Assessed to: John Steinbeck.
You are hereby notified that a U Xe Year Udder ,
Complaint for Divorce has been nn W. J. KinneyDescription
t.
filed against you and you are required Ull" -
; << to verve a copy of your An- Section 20. of Prop.rt bang. *! Block U 8t Johns Park Addition.
: FAST SERVICE ewer or Pleading to the Complainton Township U. 39 East Assessed to: Ella M. Flnneman.
the Plaintiffs Attorney W U .rt.I'.e X.. Year Heifer
Wadsworth mi W. J. Klnneyth
"', O fox IX 29u 1941 II ..
llunnell, Florida un.. ..
and file' the original or 90 IUS" N
PLEADING In the S\ViR 112 1944 N ..
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or U3 un.. ..
before the lith day of January.If I Section n.eerlpUoft U. of Pro rtr: Lot II Block U 8L John Park Ac4fUoa.
Township 11. lance It Ea.L Assessed to Hal..a.
SERVING you fall to do H, Judgment AIM Sled for tax deed was the following certllicate: held Arthur br
, by default will be taken against Shamble: C.rtl".at. No. It: Year of issuance 1541. ArlldPf
you for the relief demanded in the l'rop.rty: Book It, lag. 354 4.
/
j Complaint. 29 Assessed lo: A. T.: and \.I IrtJS'D.: ia.Township 11. Range

DONE AND ORDERED at Bun All of said prog.rtr being In the
I nell Florid this lira day of De Unless I such certlllrates shall be County of Flagler, State : ' ..

All RmA.r1ull irEC.k der property at the de.vribed(toutt House III such certideat.a redeemed will be sold aceording to the bllrbeet law bid.the
Flagler County door the
on ar.t
:
Circuit, Court January 3566 which is the 4th day of ..JI.n1irs. month of
Fit..Ier"o.uatr.. Florida Dated this led day .f December. 1941.
(Circuit
Uy rjultau. Ilanrey I:. A. 8MYTnE
Deputy Clerk Clerk of Circuit Court of
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," A NECTARINE FOR need about 300 hours of winter Santas "
chilling, which occurs in the Apple
CENTRAL FLORIDA central Florida area. Reg: _* to j
A new nectarine variety call. the north risk an early bloom For ChristmasMake

\ ed Sunred, which will grow In and resulting frost damage in < colorful apple Santas Call On Us
the Palatka-DeLand-Brookslvlle the spring, while regions to the for Christmas party favors.
area, has been developed by the south should expect poor dom To prepare apple Santas, It is I
Florida Agricultural Experiment I I ancy break in mild winters. suggested that using small,

Stations. The fruit, considered very well-formed, shiny red apples I

A nectarine Is sort of a satisfactory In size and excellentin for Santa's body.

less peach, about-two fUZZ'j I taste, can be picked duringthe Break toothpicks in half and :
diameter and bright red early part of May. use them to attach two whole When -' '; "" .
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,color. marshmallows at the bottom of ,
I each apple for the feet. Use
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Sunred was developed by I
CRANBERRY half a marshmallow for each
Ralph Sharpe, experiment sta. collar, face, hat, and hand.
tions horticulturist, who soughta CHUTNEY
variety of nectarine whoso Make eyes, nose, buttons, and
trees required less than 750 tranberry chutney can lend top of the hat from seml-sweet You Need'
hours of below 45 degree weather color and flavor to poultry and chocolate pieces.
for good domancy break. meat entrees during the holt
For a flavorful holiday des.
All available nectarines have days.
sert, try apple crunch. The recipe .I
fared in Florida becausethe
poorly
The recipe for 1% cups of for 6 servings calls for tt cup
climate does not have this
cranberry chutney calls for 2 rolled oats, % cup all purpose,,
much weather.
chilly cups fresh or frozen chopped flour, % cup firmly packed'
Sharpe says that Sunred trees cranberries, 1 cup brown sugar, brown sugar, U teaspoon salt,I' GOODPrinting
H cup white grapes or seedless 34 cup smooth or crunchy pea.
raisins, 2 tablespoons finely nut butter, V4 cup butter, 6 or
O. F. ALTORD chopped onion, 2 tablespoonslemon 8 medium sized apples, 1 tablespoon "
Registered Juice, and 1 teaspoon salt. lemon juice, and 3 tablespoons ,
Real Estate Broker water.
Combine all ingredients, mix
Bunnell Florida : thoroughly, chill, and serve. Combine oats, flour, sugar,
and salt. With pastry blender,
cut peanut butter and butter
Into oat mixture. Pare, cube,
Artistry In Flowers and slice applces Into a shallow
buttered baking dish and
by sprinkle with lemon Juice and
water. Spoon peanut butter
I mixture over apples and bakein
/0iphct FLORIST 375 degree oven for 40 minutes .
or until apples are tender. OFFICE FORMS

WEDDINGS FUNERAL DESIGNS Serve hot or cold with cream,
whipped cream, or softened Ice
HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS I cream. ENVELOPESINVOICES

Serving Bunnell and Flagler Beach
Made To Order '
{ ';.

140 W. Granada Ave. Phone +,f.j ,.....1
Christmas TreesThere's .
Ormond Beach, Fla. 677-8844 LETTER HEADS
a new pine Christmastree

I FLOWERS BY WIRE SERVICE in your future. "
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The new variety grows its BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS ,
own ornaments and decorativecones 't'
Tony Jensen, assistant
forester, Florida Agricultural Ex.
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELLWill ten Service, reports.

The new pine won't be ready
this Christmas, nor the next. But BILL HEADS "
Be Open growers will get young trees for .,.
field testing in 1967.
RULED FORMS
Developed by scientists of the
THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1964 U.S. Department of Agriculture,
f the tree is a cross between the
TICKETS and TAGS
Sierra Nevada lodgepole pine
Closed Friday and Saturday, and the shore pine. It grows
!fast-about 6 feet in four to five .
-and develops into a full,
I years
December 25 and 26 1964 many branched tree with a CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
I conical shape and straight
trunk.
Just as the tree reaches

Open Thursday, December 31 ,. 1964 Christmas tree size, it develops
decorative cones among the thick
dark foliage.

and ,
r I A New Food ,

I CLOSED JANUARY I 1965 From Florida We Don't Do The Most

Guacamole frozen avocado
salad from Florida-will soon
be appearing In supermarketsacross PRINTINGf
the country.
0 Marketing specialist with the

Service Florida say Agricultural this guacamole Extension is But We Do Some of the Best

being introduced on a fairly
V&fCU ... large scale in the United States. .
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Jet air freight and improved
handling practices have made
this possible, specialist say.
I
Extension home economist '
say that guacamole is made
to C ii from ripe Florida avocados, to. Dial ID 73282
matoe, onion a tablespoon of
lemon Juice or vinegar and salt
to taste The avocado are
mashed and the other ingredient
added
Served on shredded lettuce

gUAcamole makes a gourmet ."

salad The

GULF LIFE INSURANCECO.
( tq N toct.oc .

1rT LEE B. MERCER Agent i iI' Flagler TribuneThursday
t'j c aU (tttg Sto'IC
___ P. O. Box 518, Bunncll I
I' Phone 437-3460

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PAGE BIGHT THE FLAGLEU TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 24, 1964

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Christmas Need shepherds long ago heard the Deckers AwardedTrip sales performance during the to their home towns In aircraft

news of the birth of Christ. past year. thata, few hours before delivered

Not Be Seen As All this takes place, of course, to Mexico City As part of one of the most another 300 to attend the
on the eve of December 25. But complicated industrial air charters product demonstration.More .

that's not the end of ChristmasIn For Sales Efforts ever carried out, they will
With Snow
One Bethlehem. For the Eastern I be airlifted into Mexico In company than 5000 leading MasseyFurgson .

Americans who dream of a Orthodox1 churches celebrate the I i Christmas will be around a with 300 other dealers dealers and sales

white Christmas with Santa holiday on January 6, and the little longer this year for Mr. from more than 40 takeoff: personnel from all over North

11 Claus popping down the chimney Armenians observe It on January and Mrs. Virgil Decker, Bunnell. points in Canada and the America will visit Mexico City
which Is 6 according I. I during January and February to
18, January -
to the tune of "Jingle Bells"can They are packing for a fiesta United States.
to the old style, or Ju. I view a complete new line of agricultural
thank assorted writers and trip to Mexico City the middleof
lian calendar. Each group will stay in Mexico tractors the company
I I
poets and the northern climate. January. Mr. Decker of Flag
: Christmas in the land of Christ's ler Truck & Tractor Co., the local four days and then return ._will introduce early in 1965.
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blrth,,however, is another mat. LEGION THANKS ; Massey-Ferguson dealer, -

" FOR HELP INCHRISTMAS paid his way to Mexico by his

ter.What is Christmas like in I TREE CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Bethlehem TThere's tlon January 2,1941 to December r
The Community Christmas Tree 1943 and August 16, 1956 to January .
generally no snow, for B. CRAIG Funeral Director
sponsored Saturday night by the 5, 1965."
one thing, for winters are mild .
American Legion Post 115, was JOHN CAPO. Associate
in the Judean Hills around Mr. Holland was elected in I!
well attended with close to two
Bethlehem No Santa Claus listens 1940 for a four year term and AIR I. OXYGEN

to children's pleas, for he's hundred children attending. had to go Into the U. S. Armed I LADY
Santa arrived In the 40 and 8 II CONDmONEDCHAPEL I I' EQUIPPED
an American Invention based on Forces during WW 2. ATTENDANT
engine and visited with the AMBULANCES
a European saint And there'sprobably
Christmastree children and also distributed I lie was appointed in August I
decorated
no
bags of candy and nuts to the of 1956 to fill a five month un- Phonq ID 7-3532
in the village square; that
children. Girl Scouts rode In the expired term and was elected to
custom originated in Germany. I 201 E. MOODY. BLVD. BUNNELL., FLORIDA.
engine, singing Christmas carols two full four year terms. I
Instead, the focal point of
and Agent Howard
County Tay
Christmas in Bethlehem is the
lor used the sound in
Church of St. Mary of the Na system ,
announcing the plans prior to
built the ,
tivity, supposedly over j;
the six o'clock arrival of Santa.
: spot where Jesus was born. '.sag '. u ..
Here from all the The Legion wishes to thank f ( ... ..
I pilgrims over :.'. :"' ""V' .
the merchants and of .
places ,1
world gather on Christmas Eve. .
business for their contributionsof ,
First there is carol-singing in
the facing the church. cash to help provide the can.. yf I
square !
I Then: all enter for the solemn dy and materials for filling the gci : :
bags. Also those who helped in .
midnight mass. After the servo 'l\"'

ice, an image of Christ Is. carried making the program a success. / ,' "

in a procession down into .... 'f' ,, .
;
the grotto, and is placed in a I Z. D. HOLLAND GETS ., \,;" r,Ji., ",. .... """" t !,;1'A!,. th

manger where it lies until Janu CERTIFICATE OF '''if ..

ary 6, the Feast of the Epiphany.After APPRECIATION '*!.: .

this ceremony, some Superintendent of Public In. . '. '.
may wander into the fields out. struuctlon Z. D. Holland receiveda ,

side the town, where perhaps beautiful certificate of appreciation ) ) ) .

of from Education the State and Department signedby . \ Listen to the timeless

CLASSIFIEDADS! State Superintendent Tom 1 carols of Christmas

Bailey. ...to the blended voice
It reads "Certificate of appreciation a
oi brotherhood
singing hope, ,
for Service to Education

I Awarded to Z. D, Holland for i and good cheer.'Sf .
listlnaTundar this heading are l
3 cents a word each Insertion. over eleven years of dedicated
75 cents is the minimum charge service to Youth and Adults of iii UI
lou Sunshine Service
>
Flagler County, as County Superintendent
, FOR SALE Complete dark room friends and neighbor
of Public Instnic-
equipment, 2500. ID 7-3347
.1 12.24.1tp LEGION SPONSORED ,j wish the lest for you

1 at this joyous season
<< FOR RENT Duplex Apt. living CHRISTMAS LIGHTING. and the
f room! 2 bedrooms, kitchen, bath CONTEST WINNERS throughout

i tl and screened porch, all rooms The American Legion Post 115 coming year.

i and closets large. 4373304 this year sponsored a Christmas' a

-, 12-24-tfc lighting contest, open to homes

6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG, Re. and business places. The dis '

possesed due to unfortunate cir plays were Judged Tuesday evening b

cumstances, makes hundreds of and the following were

fancy'stitches, makes automatic Judged winners:

buttonholes, sews on buttons, First place for homes, Mr. and ..

blind hems, monograms, em. Mrs. Benny Black, $10; second,

broiders, etc. Assume remaining Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knight, $5.

4 payments of $9.50. Ph. Credit The one prize of $10 for business i

Mgr Daytona 255-6-131. places was awarded to the .
12-17-24-2tp Dlxiana Motel owned by Mr. :; I

... -.-.- -. and Mrs. Richard Palczewskl. ql '
a SILVER LAKE MOBILE COURT The post extends its appreciation

AlA 1 mile north of Pier. $20.00per to those participating and

month rental. Phone 439- thanks the Judges for their work.
2413. 12-17
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REVIVAL BEGINSAT .
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FOR SALE-1959 4-door Ford

Galaxlc. Contact Shelton Brooks, THE HOLINESS

can be financed. 12.10.3tc CHURCH MONDAY

Revival Services at the Pentecostal .
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick-
Holiness Church of Bun-
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After
nell off Deen Road, will beginat
6 P.Is!. call 4373573. 11-5-tf ,
7:30 Monday night, December

WANTED IRONING to do at my 28. The public is Invited to at. FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY

home, reasonable. Pick up &: de. tend each night HCLPINO BUILD FLORIDA

livery. Phone ID 7-3G69. Rev. Dale Kitchen of Jasper,

10.24U Alabama will be the speaker.

Church members In charge of
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain "'- ),
motto--
arrangements said "our .1.
fields Installed snail shell. Reasonable .. .
; Possi "'; .
With God All Things Are -;
prices. Call George Ja- ble.
roz. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf


To CONSTIPATED; 1aIDlnc Szarama Service Florida Power & Light Company Employees
Prune. Figs A b nn* U world's John Szarama of Korona died
emo-o-lh..t. beat and mot natural
laiatU. hurry to Tuesday of last week at the
MOODY'S PHARMACY Halifax Hospital in Daytona

for JD1Ir.W.oU) Beach, following a long illness.
40 tablets for Tto. BUNNELL FLAGLER BEACH AREA
old each ,.ar. lie was a native of Chicago, 111. .
and had resided at Korona about -
.d
12 years. He was 75 years
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER t
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of age. He was retired.
BEACH REALTY CO. The Rosary was at the Craig G. II. BARNES KEITH HARPER"E.

LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, ; Chapel, 201 E. Moody Boulevard JACKSONt I !
WATER FRONT, FARMS i W. BEATTY MRS. MARY ANNE
Requiem
ACREAGE I at 8 o'clock Friday night .'
Mass was held at 9 a. In. 1
C. S. CHAMBERS CIIAS. L. MOORE. JR.
Set tu for your real estate n* ds ,
Saturday at the St Mary's Ro .i
Office Phone lIE 9-2242 man Catholic Church Korona. L. II. CHURCH W. H. RUTLEDGE
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I
his
Among the survivors was
or ID 7-3317 wife of Korona. R E. HATFIELD G. A. RYAN, JR.



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