The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
December 22, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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Funeral Service The Flagler TribuneVOL.

It Happened In Flagler

Here Monday I County 10 20, 40 years ago I

I 7
Mrs. Flora Maude Hollandof i
201 East Palm Avenue
passed early Saturday
morning at the Bunnell Gen 10 YEARS AGO .

eral Hospital after a lengthy Members of the Vota Vita
She the widow of
illness. was
Class of the Bunnell Baptist
the late Z| G| Holland Sr. of
Church held their Christmas
She 83
Flagler County. was
years of age. Y Party at San Remo Restaurant

in Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Holland was one of the

pioneers of Flagler County. Enjoying the affair were ,
She was born in Baxley, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ware, Mr.
Georgia and came here in and Mrs. L. S. Sheffield, Mar
1903 living in the St. Johns vin Strickland, Phyllis Me-
Park area. She helped to organize George, Virginia Wadsworth,
:the First Methodist Joyce( Wray, Kay Harris, Bet
Church In that area. She servo ty Muzyka, Dickie Mercer,
ed as a school trustee for Jim Wigle and Juanita Maul.

Flagler County many years,
and was a active member of 20 YEARS AGO .
the First Methodist Church of
Bunnell until her health fail Producers in several counties
ed. including Flagler, are receiving
about 1 cent a poundfor
Survivors include three green cabbage. The same
daughters, Mrs. Wild Cobb cabbage are retailing in Miami
and Mrs. Cordell Robertson, and West Palm Beachat
both of Bunnell and Mrs. 7 to 10 cents a pound, according
George Giebert of Jackson to H. E. Maltby, Putnam

ville; 2 sons, Z. Deen Holland Jot Christmas County Agent.
and Z. G. Holland Jr., both of -
He this of 700
Bunnell 4 sisters Miss Carrie says spread
; ,
I( nil) I nr i us
Deen and Mrs. Connie Bevilleof to 1,000 per cent in price between

Gainesville, Mrs. Eva Fisher producer and consumer -

and Mrs. Josephine Smith May the true joy of f the greatest of all holidayst is entirely is too high. The
less than
producer receiving
both of Miami; 2 brothers,

Thomas and B.Pratt Deen A.of Johnson Jacksonville of. reach into every hamlet and home. In this season t but actual the cost consumer in some is still places pay-,

Bartow; also surviving are 16 of "Peace on earth, good will to men" may the .t! Ing a pretty high price.
grand children and 14 great t '

grand children. I happiness that comes with the real meaning of ... Members enjoyed of a reunion the Krol duringthe family

Funeral service was held + holidays at Korona and
Monday afternoon at 2:30 Christmas i t belong to us, one and all. Daytona Beach. Attendingwere

from The First Methodist f- Walter Krol, Teddy
Church of Bunnell. Rev. Oliver 4Jr Krol, Joseph Krol, and Jennie

Taylor officiated. Interment t Krol.
followed at !the family plotin I

Espanola Cemetery. 40 YEARS AGO .

Pallbearers were her grand TRIBUNE STAFFM.. B. FULLER BETTE McDANIEL Christmas letters received
sons, J. A. McDowell Jr., LEN WILSON EULA FULLER A. M. McDANIELGARBAGE December 1926:
Geibert Jr., Dalton TOM WILSON JAII REIN
. George .....:. .: ...:...._ Dear Santa Claus: -. .
Cobb, Carey. Holland, Boyd
Robertson, Zachery Holland, I want a sewing box, a doll
Kent Holland and Don Hol COLLECTION FORMER RESIDENT RestorationFor and a bathrobe and a pair of
land. bedroom slippers and a rain
SCHEDULE FRANK BURRELL coat and a rain hat.
Craig Funeral Home of Bun BulowMrs. Eula Layton
There will be no garbage DIED MONDAYFrank
nell was in charge of arrange.
collection for Bunnell residents
ments. Friday, Dec. 23, due to R. Burrell of Hastings Charles E. Creal, chair Dear Santa:
the Christmas holiday, Mrs. former Flagler County man of the Advisory Council I am a little boy seven
resident died in St. years old and would like you
John Rodgers, clerk said to a Aug for Bulow Ruins Park, has received
ustine hospital Tuesday. He to bring me a 22 gun and a
W. L. WADSWORTH a copy of the blue
moving picture machine and
day.The 84 of
was years 'age. for
and specifications
RESIGNS AS regularly scheduled prints if it don't cost too much I
collection will be on Mon., Mr. Burrell resided in Flag partial restoration of Bulow would like to have a nice big
CITY ATTORNEYWilliam Nov. 26.YVONNE. ler County a number of years, Ruins. red wagon.
owning and operating a farm
Mrs. Creal the Yours truly,
L. Wadsworth, requested
in the Haw Creek section. He
City Attorney resigned at the FIELD DIESUNEXPECTEDL moved to Hastings where he specifications after being informed June Deen
Monday night meeting of the continued in the farming In at a recent council
Bunnell City Commission. Y dustry. meeting that the Park Board Dear Santa:
Wadsworth's resignation is effective felt the bids ranging between
as of Dec. 31st. He is Mrs. Yvonne O. Fields, 35, Funeral services will be $9,000 and $12,000 were too I am eight years and would
the Judge elect of the Seventh Flagler Beach, passed awayat held today at 2 p. m., from high for the proposed restoration like you to bring me a 22 gun,
a red wagon with blue wheels,
Judicial Circuit Court. No. her home Thursday, December the Johnson-Davis Funeral program.
a scooter car and a tractor.
successor has been named. 15th. Mrs. Field was born Home. Burial will be in the
to letter received would like to have a little
According < a
Mose Atkinson appeared be. in Detroit, Mich. and movedto Oak Hill Cemetery.
from Bill Miller, Directorof automobile and a erector setI
fore the commission to file a Flagler Beach 10 years ago.
Survivors include his wife, the Florida Board of Parks, am a good little boy.
complaint against !the Police She was a member of Saint
Department, concerning the Stephens Catholic Church. Emily Burrell, Hastings; 4 the bids were considerably in Good Bye,
sons, Gilbert, Stanley, Mauriceand excess of their estimatedcost. Joy Deen
of incidentat
handling a
Survivors are her husband,
Charles of Hastings; 2 Mr. Miller Informed Mrs.
a local restaurant. James and her mother, Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Isabell Siano, Creal the boards decision was

Commissioners granted permission Olga KozmInski, both of Flag. Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Edgar to do the proposed work with 1-95 ACCIDENT
to Al Kremmerer, ler Beach. Crowe of Orange Mills. their own forces, as soon as
Daytona Beach Architect, to Mass was held at 9:00: a. m. 16 grandchildren and 6 great District Construction Supervisor CLAIMS LIFF:,
construct a four foot wide Saturday, December 17th fromSt. grand children also survive. completes his present assignment
sidewalk at the site of a new Stephens Church. Reverend This is expected to OF YOUTHLewis

building he is constructingeast Father Antonio( Leon officiated. be fairly early in 1967. I. Eth, 20, of New
of the Bunnell Post Of.
Pallbearers were William
York was killed in an auto
fice. The City is to assist with In order for the $25,000 appropriation
Deen, Curtis Deen, S. J. Tilton, CITIZENS BANK WILL accident Thursday on Inter
the cost, not to exceed $100. Jr., Walton Kinney, Bryce for Bulow Runisto state Highway 195. The accident
Announced the office of the Sheeler and Charles Wend- BE CLOSED MONDAYThe be expended, the monies occured the
City Clerk would be closed landt. must be committed by June on overpass
Friday, December 23 and Monday Citizens Bank of Bun 30, 1967. crossing State Road 100.
Interment Espanola
December 26th and re- Cemetery. was Craig Funeral nell will be closed Monday, He was a passenger in a car
open on Tuesday at 8:30: a. m. Home of Bunnell was in December 26th in observanceof with two other occupants en-
charge of arrangements. the Christmas holiday.The BULLDOGS LOSE route to Miami.

RECORD DAY FOR bank will be open for TO PIERSON 63-54
business on Tuesday, December
FB POST OFFICE SPECIAL SERVICESFOR 27th at 9:00: a. m. Bunnell Bulldogs traveledto ALL COURTHOUSE
Pierson last Friday nightto
Over 10,000 pieces of mail ST. THOMASSt. play Taylor High, and OFFICES CLOSE
were handled by the US Post came home losers 6351. The FOR HOLIDAYS
Office at Flagler Beach Mon Thomas Episcopal Church Bulldogs stayed behind the All offices at the Court
day, December 19th, according will have a Special Holy Com STATE ASSOCIATION MEET entire game. After three players house will be closed on
to Rufus M. Miller, Post. munion Service, Saturday, December fouled out the Bulldogs December 23 and December
master. This is a record day 24th at 8:00: p .m. Flagler County Commissioner bounced back within 3 points. 26 for the Christmas Holi-
In the history of the post of. A "Christmas Day Service" George Wickline attendeda After the 4th foul occured the days.
will be at 9:00: a. m. Sunday, Directors meeting of the boys started lagging. Coach With the New Year fall-
fice.First class mall receivedfor December 25th with the Rev. State Association of County Jack Hardin said "The defense ing on Sunday this year the
the day totaled 7,345 letters Robert A. Stuart, rector, oil Commissioners in St. Petersburg let down". holiday will be observedon
and 137 parcels. First ciating. This observance will Sunday, Dec. 18th. Wick. January 2 by closingthe
class mail dispatched Mon be held instead of the regularly line is a member of the Boardof The Bulldogs play in Saint offices.P .
day was 3,001 letters and 42 scheduled 11:15 a. m. Directors of the State Asso Augustine January 3rd when
parcels. worship service. ciation. they clash with St. Joseph.



16th century geographer Story of Wreaths I / .

Gerard Mercator theorized

3Ilr! 1JfIZlgltr Qlribunr1IUNIVELL Oilmen are mingling with that a southern continent ex- And Advent CandlesA '

Eskimos as well as sheikhs isted, else the world would

FLORIDA these days, Geologists have native Christian in New '
"itopple over amidst the stars. ?
made Guinea described Advent thus: :
seismic in the
LEN WILSON, Publisher islands of Canada's surveys North- Captain James Cook, in the "At advent we should try the r; :

Dealgaated newspaper for .H west Territories, and several 1770's ended the myths whenhe key to our heart's door. Itmay this :

Legal Advertising wells have been drilled. charted Australia's coasts have gathered rust. If BO,
oil it in order : .
the National Geographicsays. is the time to .
IN TENS flHCI IT COIHT. 'E\. that the heart's door may open .
Entered aa cecond class matter KNTII Jl )l('IAI. rilU'I IT. IN' when the Lord: .. I
more easily .
February 6, 1913, at the post-
FIOHIDA.l Jesus wants to enter at
office at Bunnell, Florida, under (IIAWFKY: No. .VIII: ,
Act of March S, 1876, KATHERINE BLAllt WATSON, NOTICE OP SALK mas time? .

Plaintiff, Notice la hereby given that The four Sundays preceding
VII. the Board of Public Instruction, Christmas are observed as
One Year .................?...>$J<2.50 FRED C WATSON Flagler County, will accept seal- in many
Six Month ..._..............41.25 NOTICE Defendant TO ed bids at 9:00 A M. on the 3rd Advent Sundays
day of January, '1967 for the churches, with a special emphasis
ANlW.1Il purchase of the following described -
IN THE on the Advent,
HELP SAVE A LIFE FLORIDA School Bus No 5, Ford 6 Cyl- coming, of the Lord. To re-
TO: FRED C. WATSONYou inders 1953. Model B700, of this season
are hereby notified thata mind people
Human blood comes Identification Number B70M3H15522 -
suit has been brought against several interesting and helpful
only from human Be- you In the Circuit Court, Seventh School Bus No 9, Ford, 6 Cyl- devices have come into being.
fore it can be used to savea Judicial Circuit, Flagler County, inders 1948, Model 8R8T
Florida In Chancery bv KATHERINE Identification Number 88RT86- The Advent House generally
life it be
given. BLAIR WATSON, Plaintiff 582. made of cardboard is so con-
you are in good health, and you are hereby required The buses are located at the
to file personally Attorney structed as to make it possibleto
or by Bus Garage at the Bunnell High
between 18 and 59 con- with the Clerk of said School Campus The buyer buys a window each-day of
tribute to your local Court, your answer or defenses as Is where Is Successful bidderto andfindbackof
to the Comnlalnt In said suit on move same at his expense the Advent weeks
Blood Bank. or before the 19th day of January All bids shall be completely it an appropriate Scripture
A I). 1467 and also! to sealed and plainly marked on
serve a copy of your answer or the front of the envelope: "Bidto Verse. p.
\OT1CP OF SALK defenses! upon Messrs Ogsinsky Purchase School Busses" Slightly more elaborate and
Notice Is hereby given thatunder and Krol. Attorneys for Plain- The Board of Public Instruction more beautifulis
tiff, at their offices at 411 Main proportionately
and pursuant to that certain Flagler County reserves
I Final I Decree of Foreclosureand Street, Davtona Beach. Florida the right to reject any or all the Advent wreath, which
Snips rendered on the 16th on or before the 19th day of bids hung at a convenient place and i. ,
day of December A D bythe January A. D. 1967, as requiredby HAROLD EMERY, J
Honorable Howell W.68.1 1- the Florida Rules! of Civil Chairman, Board of Public receives a red candle
ton, one of the Judges of the Procedure. and herein fall not Instruction Flagler Coun- Advent Sunday and a largerone
or a Decree Pro ConfesRO and
Seventh Judicial Circuit of the ty, Florida
State of Florida In and for Final Decree will be entered on Christmas.
Flagler County, In that certain against you bv default. ATTEST: "
cause lately pending In the Cir- You are further notified that Coy G. HARRIS, JR. Secre-
cuit Court of Flagler County, the name of the Court In which tary Board of Public Instruction -
Florida, said suit has been Instituted lathe Flagler County, Florida
In chancery, wherein Citizens Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial 12-22-29-2tc
Bank of Bunnell, a State Bank- Circuit of Florida In and
Ing Company, was plaintiff and for Flagler County. In Chancery, I
David C. Aldrich, was defendant And that the title of said suitis
being case No. 6395, I, the us hereinabove set forth Cliristifia
undersigned clerk of the Circuit You are further notified that
Court In and for Flakier Coun- the nature of said! suit Is a suit Christmas
ty, Florida, will on Friday the for divorce vinculo matrlmonll, -
30th day of December, A. D. custody of children and for tem-
1966, at the North front door of porary and permanent support
the Flagler County CourthouseIn alimony Attorney fees and court JOY
In Bunnell, Flagler County costs In this proceeding
during the regular andlegal WITNESS my hand and seal
hours of sale, offer for of office at Bunnell, Flagler 1966
sale and sell at to County, Florida, this 20th day
the highest and ubutgrKd of December A. D 196fi I wvt(
therefor for cash in hand, In or- GEORGE M MOODY 1
der to satisfy the said Final Decree As Clerk of the Circuit
of Foreclosure! and Sale Court of Flagler County the
aforesaid, the following described Florida. "Joy to
personal property, being In (Circuit Court Seal)
Flagler County, Florida, to-wit: Bye/ Julia R. Harvey,
1966 Volkswagen Delux Sedan Deputy Clerk "
0< l\SKY AND KROL world.
Model 113. Engine No. 1966li' .
0051337 Serial No. 116061859. Attorneys for Plaintiff
Dated at Bunnell, Flagler 411 Main Street
County, Florida this 20th day Daytona Beach. Florida Charles
of December A. D. 1966, Dec 22, 21), Jan. 5. 12 4tc
/sGeorge M. MoodyAs
Clerk of the Circuit and Ann CrealSeason's
Court of Flagler Coun- '
ty, Florida. i j' To our

(Seal) 12-22-ltc :i!li'. wonderfulfriends I ai

IDA. as
IV Chancery No. B418.LUCIUS .
Defendant May you have a "J
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: .o happy and joyous
1422 Saratoga Street, N. E. o holiday .
Apartment 723 A
Washington D C. M
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you r
in the above entitled cause, and Billy
you are hereby required to file Frances
your answer with the Clerk of h
this Court and to serve a copy Susan
thereof upon the plaintiff or r SHELTON
plaintiffs attorney, whose name Gale
and address Is: I LUDY and CHIP Prunie
600; Exchange Bank Building
St. Augustine, Florida
not later than December 31at,
A. I)., 1966. --=-
If you fall to do so, decree 1965Q
pro confesao will be entered
against you for the relief demanded -
in the bill of complaint. eetings
The nature of said suit being
DIVORCE To and all
WITNESS my hand and seal one
of said Court this 29th day of and thanks for
November A. D 1966.

OEORGE M MOODY. patronage. .
Clerk of said Circuit your

(Official Court Seal) A holy and happy
sJoyce Patrick
Bet Clerl ( Christmas is wish
Dec 1-8.15.22-Hc Clyde Lewis, Prop.BUDDY our

I I for you..



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'May all the beauty of FEAST et etinga I Io

For Food and Fellowship,
Thank God", says the simplestof
rs all graces, and of these two
blessings them has never been
any lack at Christmas time.A
vast dinner of roast turkey,
with all its trimmings, plum
-kYi-; yoursin pudding and mince pies appear .
every year on countless tables a
throughout the world. Turkey, ,p'r tlHere's
1966. though now traditional, is a
comparative newcomer, unknown
in Europe before about '_
1542, and appearing then onlyas ,# 1 I
one among a variety of
festival dishes. Goose or beef
for Christmas pies were the early hoping you
favorites in ordinary families have a wonderful
,while in great houses there r May your Yule be holiday j
were swans,venison,peacocksand
the boar's head. most rewarding...
Boar's head was eaten dur-
a F ww ing the Scandinavian Yule in ,
honor of the Sun-boar. At the BUNNELL AUTO
great medieval Christmas ban REESE D. CLOSE SUPPLY CO.
quets the head was garlandedwith 4403 West Moody
.. rosemary and bay, and (Smiling Jack) Bunnell, Florida
an orange or an apple was
thrust between the teeth.
Christmas puddings, as we
know them today, date only
from about 1670, and beganas
a stiffened form of plum !#rII
1 porridge. This was made of
meat broth, raisins,fruit juices,
wine and spices thickened by
bread crumbs.

Christmas Clean Up

Cleaning up after opening
Coy G. HarrisSEnSOn'g Christmas packages can be
quite a chore. Before it's time Ii
for opening packages,have
handy a couple large shopping
bags. Find a good size
cardboard box.You'll havea \
place for scraps of paper,
a place for ribbons and trim I
you want to keep, and a I II
carton for throw away !

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May the spirit \

and sounds of .

Christmas reach

you and yours...


J; !ICS Bunnell Dept. Store

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1966 Greetings t fo .

friends. =- .
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"From all of us to all of you. Zip Frances May He bless your

and Flynn home...

Bunnell Restaurant & Motor Lodge Edmonson Bunnell Motor Companyr

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Outdoor Shrubs

For DecorationsMany Chfstmas!

trees and shrubs,per-
haps some In your own yard,
Produce attractive foliage suit-
\ able for holiday decorations. praJ)er
Some can be brought In the
home for trim, others can be
decorated for outside.
Foliage plants Include Magnolia 1966
pine, hemlock, Chinese
1 fir cryptomeria, pittosporium
and aucuba gold dust.
Popular shrubs Include
Carolberry, Snowberry, vaTi-
dIes of roses, such as Rose
Multifora, also many assort .
ments of Viburnums and
American holly Is best
known, but there are others,
such as Yaupon, Deciduous
holly, Chinese holly and May the true spirit
English holly. of Christmas be with
Try decorating any one of
ka these that you have In your you and yours .
yard. Bring some In your
house, perhaps an assortment
of branches, or 'brighten up Best wishes.1966..*.
your yard with lights on
shrubs. -_.


Best wishes for =fff :: Christmas Clean Up Bunnell, Florida Old Dixie Hwy., Korona

Cleaning up after opening
/ Christmas packages can be
quite a chore.Before it's time
for opening packages,have
ETRIi2/1A./ : handy a couple large shopping .
bags.Find a good size
cardboard box.You'll have
a place for scraps of paper,
1966. a place for ribbons and trim
: you want to keep, and a
carton for throwaway '

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" CITIZENS BANKBUNNELL ,.. Anderson's Drug Store '

y P. O. Box 895 Bunnell, Florida4THE

t tLean

have a tommy.gun and his 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DEC 22, I960(
mother a bottle of Chanel No.
Too Late 5, her husband a bottle of

Five Star Hennessy.But vwIIOICE

To Classify on my Income, the Western PORK
number of such gifts I can
*T Russell Kay buy at today's prices is lim mscwINC.,
ited. Of course, there are a Loin Roast
Christmas shopping has always variety of lesser gifts such as
and sets, neckties,
Irked me. I suppose It pen pencil *
goes back to the Wise Men paper weights, stuffed cats,
and their monogrammed matches, and }
gifts at the manger
countless similar items but lb.
but I certainly don't feel likea 69
"wise man" while battling who wants to break a loved
one's heart when
department store crowds, has. they open
such a gift wrapped item on
tily viewing the various displays
and fighting off eager Christmas morning? Wilson's Certified 10-14 lb. Avg.

clerks who are continuously Then I got to thinking
asking, "Can I help you?" about the gifts I had givenin '

I appreciate their solicitudebut years gone by. What had Hen TURKEYS 45
happened to them. I looked
nobody can help me. I .
about the house to find some
am jostled about in a daze.If .
I could Just settle for frankincense of them.I Fresh Florida Grade "A" 4-7 Ib. Avg.

and myrrh and be found a manicure set
confident that relatives and tucked away in the wife's
friends would be pleased with dresser drawer. If it had ever Baking HensLyke's 39
such gifts it would be a lot been used, nobody could re
easier. member when. Many of the
But I know in my heart that items unused had found their
way to "Goodwill" or the "SUGAR CREEK" SMOKED (6-8 Ib. Avg.) SLICED FREE

"Salvation Army" If not the

MOTORCYCLE ash can months ago. PICNICS Ib. 43U. <

ACCIDENTS In my bureau drawer I
found seven sets of cuff links,
INCREASINGThe three tie clasps, two Imitation,
alarming increase In leather wallets and two pairsof
the number of fatalities from heavy knit wool socks sent S. D. A. CHOICE U. S. D. A. CHOICE
motorcycle accidents is causing me by my old maid aunt In
widespread national Duluth who had knitted them
cern, says Ray Pettis, safety just for me.
leader, Florida
Agricultural Now I seldom wear a shirt lb. .
Extension Service. that requires cuff links. I never 59C 4ge
Look at: the statistics: In wear a necktie unless I
1965, 1,580 persons were killed have to gain admittance to
In motorcycle accidents in
some swank establishmentonce SMOKED lb. Avg. HALF OR WHOLE
the nation, more than a 40 I have Copeland's (14-16 )
or twice a year.
percent increase over 1964. been used to the same wallet
Studies show that as manyas for 10 years or more and likeit.
50 percent of those involved I never found a pair of
in motorcycle accidentswere wool socks I could crowd Intoa HAM lb. 63
under 20 of
years age. pair of shoes with any de
Pettis noted that much of gree of comfort and while I
the motorcycle accident prob. appreciate the thoughtfulnessof
lem seems to be centered on those who have my welfareat
college and some high school heart. I retain these gifts
campuses where motorcycling leaving It to my heirs to dispose WE ANY CUT
is nature rapidly of increasing.The the motorcycle of when the time comes. I OF IMEATFO YOU MERRY CHRISTMASOcean I

seems to encourage ridersto Then the holiday season, as
take chances, Pettis point. it Is gaily termed has other SprayCranberry 1 lb. Can
ed out. It is a light, "sporty" demands that cause me an
mode of transportation that noyance, headaches and men SAUCE Z for 49
lends itself to group travel tal disturbance. It Is the cus CRISCO

ing. tom In our neighborhood to Canada Dry Plus Deposit
Injuries are the greatest to decorate our yard with fes
the legs, arms, and head. Mostof toons of light bulbs, sleighs, Flavor DRINKS 8 26 oz. $11'00 JL 3 Lb. ;
Btls. 69'
the deaths are caused from Santa Clauses, reindeers, im Sot

head Injuries. When more itation snow, holly wreaths, Green GiantENGLISH No. 303 Can
than one person is riding, the and evrybody tries to out do
possibility of injury is In. his neighbor in presenting PEAS 2 For 4ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
creased. unique and colorful displaysto
Motorcycle registrationshave the delight of the merch NIBLETS 12 oz. Can
doubled in the past five andisers and the electric
years. An estimated 1.5 mil. company. At the risk of a CORN 2 For 3ge
lion motorcycle, motor scoot. sprained ankle or a broken Joe Grain's Grade "A"
ers, and motor bikes are being shoulder I climb up on a LARGE
Pillsbury (Plain or Self Rising)
operated today. shaky ladder and string
lights from hell to breakfast, FLOUR 5 Sge
but somebody In the block Bag Dozen
with more money and stead. 3ge
ier nerves always makes me
AlexanderLumber look like an amateur. Limit 2 Doz with $5.00 or more
food order
CompanyFLAGLER In my book Christmas Is
all right for kids but a big
BRANCH fat pain in the neck for
adults. Merry Christmas and FROZEN FOODS

SPECIALQuantity all that Jazz! f. ft: 470 Morton's MINCE or 20 oz. Size

Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Peak In Is
Discount Paint Ceylon Pez Ritz
9 in. Size
sacred to four world faiths,
the National Geographic says. FRESH PRODUCE PIE SHELLS for
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SALESavings Buddhists believe a five-foot *

depression at the rocky summit ..
is the footprint of Buddha; Fancy Ky.
up to 207 on Hindus claim It' for their god lb. EVERCANE
Exterior-Interior Siva; local Christians for St. ::1ge
Thomas; Moslems for Adam.
Masonry-Wood Paint Stalk S U GARCELERY

Let assist with our MUST BE CROWDED StalkBag
us you 10e
remodeling or home Loggerhead sponges Inhab 5 Bag 390
improvement service. iting coral reefs serve as ten. 4 lb. BagAPPLES
ements for small shrimp, the
TO SAVE MONEY- National Geographic says. 4ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

TRADE WITH JOHNNY One patient marine biologist
counted 16,000 shrimp living
in a single group.


H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO Manager lil)


Phone ID 7-3532 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Dec. 22, 23, and 24, 1966







I ffaqfer.each JANUARY 1 PARKS INCREASE ____'
Statewide entrance permits Attendance at the State 1J
that' will admit the purchaserand Parks in Flaglcr County has \
the occupants of his car Increased considerably since
to all Florida's state parks for 1965.
one year will go on sale Jan. The 1966 -total attendance
METHODIST CHURCH VISIT AT FLAGLER BEACH 1. record shows 5,788 visitorsfor -
State Parks Director Bill the Flagler Beach Park I
The Christmas Eve Service Mrs. and Mrs. Leo (Lucky) Miller said the statewide pass. thru Nov. CO, 1965 and 6,485
will be at 11 p.m. Saturday Libbey, Curundu, Canal Zone es were offered for the first visitors from Nov. 1965 til
night at the Flagler Beach have arrived Beach
At Flagler time last summer for only a Nov. 30, 1966.
Methodist Church. There will for a visit with friends and six-month period to change Bulow Ruins visitors totaled /
be no church school on Sun relatives. The Libbey's former sales over to the calendar Nov. 1965 and
day morning but all children residents of Flagler Beach, year, instead of the Park 10,626 thru decrease in 1966,
attending the services will be will be Joined here this week Board's fiscal year from Julyto showed a
credited with attendance. by their sons, Billy of Curundu June. with 8,661. lChristmas.
There will be special musicat ; Bob, a student at Collegeof Miller said the new permits, Washington Oaks Gardens
the Sunday morning servo Engineering In Newark, which replace the annual auto had the largest increase with
ice with both the Chapel and N.J. and Hap and his wife, passes sold for individual 7,061 more visitors than 1965.
Chancel Choir. The Pastor, Milly also of New Jersey.Mr. parks only cost 515. The report showed 8,100 ..1966...Best
1965 and a
Rev. Reynold Hoover will officiate In addition, statewide boat visitors thru Nov. Nov. 1966. wishes from all of us...
total of
in both services. and Mrs. Ray Lehr, for. launching decals also will go 15,161'thru
mer residents of Flagler on sale at the same price and The
Lance Corporal Tommy Me- Beach are visiting here with will allow boat owners to use
to The Flagler
Daniel, is serving in Viet their daughter and grand the launching ramps in all Subscribe
Nam with the US Marine children. parks 'throughout the State Tribune Woman's Club
Corps. Tommy is the son of without additional fees. $2.50 per year In Advance
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDaniel ALMOST EXTINCTThe
of Flagler Beach. His address
is: Cpl. McDaniel 2182555/3041 famed Cedars of Lebanon '
Hdq. Co. 26, Marines, EPO San used for King Solo ,.
Francisco, Calif. 96602. mon's temple and Egyptian a n y 'u ;
pharaohs' funeral boats, have
Mrs. J. W. Runk has returned dwindled to 400 trees, guard. br'r ; !
to her home here after attending ed as a national treasure and
the funeral of her sis depicted on the Lebanese flag.
ter, Mrs. Ann Haggerty in
Fort Worth. She passed awayon
November 22. 4r ( t ,at


Rev. Max Hall's sermon RtA ps 4 t i n
title for the morning worship tk
Sunday, December 25th is ?arc +a6 +Ni/E/; IC ir %
"God With Us". The evening
service will be devoted to a
program of music.

Sunday School 9:45 a. m.

Morning Worship 11:00: a. TheFlagler 'l. 4 .. a ,. S
m. !i f ;

Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Tribune

Wednesday Prayer Service,
7:30: p. m. Prompt Service ,

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may the light of understanding

illuminate the minds of men;

may the spirit of peace

fill our hearts;

f may our weapons become

words of lasting wisdomto

guide us through the coming year.


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G. II. Barnes Miss Judith C. Joiner

C. S. Chambers J. 'V. Minshew


1 L. H. Church Chas. L. Moore, Jr.


\ To our friends in every / E. D. Davis W. II. Rutledge

corner of this community. .

r r. Keith Harper G. A. Ryan, Jr.


R. E. Hatfield G. L Vincent ,.
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-: :.,.. MATTHEW 2IS-IS WE GIVE Quantity RightsReserved
;;' -" MET T S
And when they were departed ***
If you lice: to stare at behold, the angel of the
Prices Good
neighbors in a casual way, Lord appeareth. to Joseph in TOP
try planting flowers in window a dream, saying, Arise, and Thursday, Friday
boxes. take the young child and his and Saturday
mother and flee into Egypt VALUE
This way you can gaze and
and be thou there until I bring December 22, 23
get subjects for choice gossip thee word:for Herod will seek and 24, 1966
while taking, or faking, the young child to destroy him. STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
care of the flowers.Constructing When he arose, he took the Phone 437-3201
window boxes young child and his mother by

can be a do-it-yourself prro. night, and departed into Egypt: We will be closed Dec. 26-66
ject. However if a hammer that it might be fulfilled which ,
in your hand becomes 'a misguided was spoken of the Lord by the
mlssle and tends to prophet, saying, Out of Egypt
hit the wrong nail, then it's have I called my son.
Armour Star
best to hire a local handymanto
do the job. He can installa '. 10 to
window box In short order.A HEN TURKEYS 14 Ibs. 43'

good soil mixture, planting Lb.
material adapted to the CANDLELIGHTExcept

exposure, and plant care are for Santa Claus and Lyke's (Sugar Creek)
necessary for the success of the tree,nothing seems so brightat Shank
your window sill project. Also, Christmastime cheerful
for best results in, winter, lo candlelight More and more in SMOKED HAMS Half 59
cate the window box on the every land,simple candles and Lb.
sunny side of the house.A exquisitely designed candles

good soil mixture for decorate windows and tables U. S. Choice (Standing)
house plants is equal parts of for Christmas and New Year

sand, peat moss and good festivities.
garden soil. To each bushel RIB ROAST Lb. 89U.
mix in a half pound of complete
fertilizer, such as 6-6-6 PLANT HOLLY

or 888. .
S. ChoicePOT
Holly can be grown in any
It's not a good idea to grow sunny spot. Although a slow
over two or three kinds of growing tree, a Holly will pro-
ROAST Lb. 59
plants per window box. You duce ample Christmas trim in
may like to consider color a few years. Holly likes well
combinations, too. This could drained soils and should never
Include blue, pink and white; be planted closer than 15 feet
red, white and blue; and yellow from a house.

vines and green foilage I I
these.plants go well with all of USE TREE ZARDS CHICKEN LIVERS

Suggested plants for growing Erect the tree in backyard
In window boxes are begonias after Christmas and convert it
coleus, ferns, wander into a bird feeder.Pieces of suet, World's Best Lean MeatyGROUND
ing jew, vinca, geraniums, popcorn, peanut butter, and all ,Ibs. ,lb.
pansies, petunias, portulaca, other morsels of food are tied BEEF 2 9ge SPARE RIBS 5ge
marigolds, nasturtiums and to the outer branches. Do keepa
pan of water nearby for birds
verbenas. of the nust havewater as well)I as food. Pork Lean Juicy
This is the beginning

season and shrubs.for transplanting The first step trees is LOIN ROAST lb. 69C PORK STEAKS. 90CE52T

selecting healthy plants with
good roots and tops. The next -,
Outdoor ShrubsFor
activity is to prepare the
planting site. For bed planting Maxwell House Hershey's Wilson's
such as roses, dig in 4 DecorationsMany
pounds of complete fertilizerper
100 square yards of space. trees and shrubs, per COFFEE SUGAR RITE
For trees or shrubs, dig a haps some in your own yard,
hole one-third larger in diameter produce attractive foliage suit- Lb. 5 Lb. 3 Lb."
than the plant's roots. able for holiday decorations. TinLimit
Tin 49 Bag 39 57
Mix of fertilizer and a Some can be brought in the
a cup
of peat in home for trim, others can be
the generous top soil.quantity Place the plantin decorated for outside. Limit ((1) with $5.00 Limit ((1) with $5.00 (1)) with $5.00or
lower Foliage plants include Magnolia order food order more food order
the hole slightly pine, hemlock, Chinesefir or more food or more
than it grew In the nursery.
cryptomeria, pittosporiumand
Fill in around the plant with aucuba gold dust.
soilpeatfertilizer mixture. Popular shrubs Include Pillsbury
When the hole is half-filled, Carolberry, Snowberry, varieties Florida Grade "A" BAG White-Choc-Yellow
settle the loose earth with of roses, such as Rose MEDIUM CAKE
water and repeat the watering Multifora, also many assort-
when the space around the ments of Viburnums and EGGS APPLES
plant is filled and firmed. Euonymus. MIXES
Around the base of the American holly Is best
plant form a dish-shaped basin known, but there are others, 4 Lb.
to hold water. Mulch the such as Yaupon, Deciduous 2Doz.990 Bag 39 3 For $100
plant with straw or leaves and holly, Chinese holly and
shade if it is necessary. Watering English holly. Limit 2 Doz. Please Limit ((3) Please
newly set plants regu- Try decorating any one of
larly is very important. these that you have in your
With rainfall at a low pointat yard. Bring some in your
it is a house, perhaps an assortmentof
this time of year
idea to conserve soil branches, or 'brighten up Delmonte ((303 Can) Farm Fresh Produce

good moisture around citrus trees your shrubs.yard with lights on EARLY PEAS 4 Cans $100

by keeping down winter I Fresh CrispCELERY

weeds.program The also weed keeps eradication the noxious Delmonte ((303 Can) stalk 150

pests from using the fertilizer DESCRIPTIONHe W K CORN 5 Cans $100
you applied to the U. S. No. 1 (Baking)
trees. was dressed all In furs
While hoeing around the from his head to his foot and Shurfine ((303 Can) POTATOES 5Bag. 4ge
fruit trees, Inspect them for his clothes were all tarnished Fruit Cn. .
scale. Remember, don't use oil 'with ashes an soot he was COCKTAIL 4 $100 SweetORANGES
spray for scale control during chubby and plump, a right Juicy
makes most jolly old elf and I laughed Can yellow) ".
cool weather. Oil Hawaiian ((46 oz. ) (Red or 290
dooryard plantings less resistant when I saw him In spite of Cans
to damage during cold myself. PUNCH 3 890
weather. One material to use Clement Clark Moore gave Sweet
during winter these words to the world from Doz.
for scale
Is malathion 50 percent his OLAS""A.visit From St. NICH- BAKERY TANGERINES 290
of 3 teaspoons
emulsion at the rate -
per gallon of water. If Oven GoldFRUIT FROZEN FOODS -
necessary, follow with a second TREE LIGHTSDecorating
application of malathion CAKE 990 Mrs. Smith's 2 lbs 12 oz.
weeks later.Don't the tree need note Ring
about three Each
confusion. Straighten the
too anxious to PIE
out "dead" wood from strings of lights, and remove Ever fresh (Reg.) PUMPKIN /VC
prune all kinks, the
along floor. Test
your shrubs following defoliate a cold the bulbs and replace bad ones. BREAD S For 950 DAIRY DEPARTMENTEverfresh -
snap. Cold will often the Then, if you are using more
branches without killing than one color bulb,
they cane Table ReadySOLIDOLEO
wood. If you cut out wood arranged alternately. ((20 oz.)
soon after a cold spell, you Starting at the top, string For 2Lb<. 29CGARDENING
have BREAD 4 95c
might discover that you lights around the tree. Place
cut out live wood. So let the lights on the Inside bowl first
shears stay in the shed untilyou're Disconnect light strings before

sure of the exact extent hanging ornaments. .'. _._ --
of cold damage.

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Colonel H. N. Kirkman, DI. .
rector of the Department of
ITS AN IDEAL Public Safety predicted today .
that motorists on Florida's
fHOME DECORATIONS highways during the Christ.
mas holidays will kill them.
selves at the rate of one every
three hours.

{ Basing his prediction on a ACCORDMG.To ST. LUKE, ERSf/ 22- PTE
a aAnd
three year average killed during
the Christmas holidays,
Colonel Kirkman said that 28

} persons will lose their lives it came to pass in these days, that there went out a
In. the expected heavy trafficof decree from Caesar Augustus the world should be
the long 78-hour Yuletide taxed. (And this taxing was firstall when Cyrenius was
period. A total of 50 have died Governor of Syria.) .
in highway wrecks during the And all went to be taxed, everyone into his own city. And
Christmas holidays from 1963 Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth,
through 1965. into Judaea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem;
The 1966 holiday weekend (because he was of the house and lineage of David;) to be
begins at G p. m. Friday, De. taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being great with child.
tz cember 23 and ends midnight And so it was, that, while they were there, the days were accomplished
that she should be delivered. And she brought
December 26.
Monday, forth her first born Son, and wrapped him in swaddling
Kirkman listed four major clothes, and laid Him in a manger; because there was no
seasonal killers of many hol room for them in the inn.
iday mortoist as: unusually And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in
heavy 'traffic, drinking, fa. the field, keeping watch over their flock by night And, to, the
tigue and inattention while angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord
A touch of elegance and tradition Is achieved In this room driving. shone round about them. Fear not:for behold, I bring you
through an Empire stripe wallcovering with flocked texture. "Keep these potential killers good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.

Painted green dado and door have been detailed with simple In mind as you drive dur
wood molding (painted to match) and are "paneled with a ing the holidays," appealed
thin stripe cut from the wallcovering. The manufacturer says Colonel Kirkman, "as nothingcan
the flocked patterns are produced by a unique electrostatic spoil the holiday spiritof
method wherein the fibers are permanently anchored to the love and good cheer as fast cLASsm:
background material. and completely as an acci
dental death of a loved one."

INDIAN WAR MEMORIALTO Dade and his men just enter.

I ed a clearing surrounded by under this heading are 3 teat per word each Insertion.

BE HELD DECEMBER 28 palmetto scrub. An Indian war HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story FOR SALE in Model Land
cry followed by a single shot
frame house, 200 North Rail. Co. Subdivision, Flagler
out and, at that signal,
,rang road street. Inquire after 7 Beach, Lots 7, 8, 9, Block 3,
a volley burst forth that cut
Just three days after Christ. transferred from Florida to down Major Dade and half p. m. Phone 4373580. 10-6-TF Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, Block 4, Lots
5, 6, Block 5, B. A. Ballon, P.
mas in 1835, there occurrednear reservations in the West. of his command. HOUSE FOR SALE-Bunnell,
O. Box 718, St. Augustine, Fla.
of the transfer had
Bushnell Although
a massacre Despite frantic efforts to 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living
soldiers so bloody that it been set by signed treaty for defend themselves with a room, Florida room, utility Dec. 5tc.
touched off the fiercest and Jan. 1, 1836, the military authorities hastily-erected log breast. room, storage and carport.CB FOR SALE-Lindsay Automatic
costliest Indian war ever wag. were aware of the work and the use of their construction. Rear yard Water Softener, excellent .
ed by the United States-the Indians' hostile attitude and single cannon, at two p. m. fenced. Call 4373484. condition, reasonable.
Second Seminole or Florida decided at the last minute, to all was quiet. All Dade's men 12152229154tp. Phone 4392040. Dec. 8.2tp
War.A reinforce the small garrisonat were dead or seriously wound.
Fort King (near present. ed. HOUSE FOR RENT-N. Railroad SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
commemorative program day Ocala) where the Indian Indians entered the breast. St., Bunnell. See Duane fields Installed; Rota-Roter
marking the 131 anniversaryof agenCY was located.Reinforcements work to take the arms of the Deen or C. A. Riddell. snail shell. Reasonable prices.
the Dade Massacre will be of 108 men fallen men, and were follow., 1.5.4tp. Call George Jarosz, 437-3410
held at 11 a. m., December 28
headed by Major Francis L. ed by their Negroes who finished 8-1-tf
at Dade Battlefield Historic FOR SALE RENT or LEASE,
Dade for whom Dade off the wounded with
Memorial, part of the Florida Countyis 2 bedroom beach home, 15th PAINTINGS. SALE or RENT
named from Fort knives and
set out
State' Parks System, which is axes. St., Flagler Beach, Fla. Phone Average monthly rental fee
Brooke ( ) with Only two, Ransom Clark
now Tampa a
located off U. S. 301 near 4373472. 12.22tfc $1.50-$2.50. Rental fee and
Bushnell. Negro slave, Luis, hired as a and Edward DeCourcey, left nominal deposit may be ap
guide to take them throughthe for dead, managed to escape SPACE TIME INCOME plied to purchase price after
The memorial service Is unfamiliar country. by lying quietly in some Refilling and collecting money 3 months if desired. Monthly
sponsored by the Sumter The group set out Dec. 23, bushes until nlghfall. Headedfor from NEW TYPE high quality terms may be arranged. Ann
County Board of Commission. on the 100-mile journey Fort Brooke, DeCourceywas coin operated dispensers in Creal, 300 IS. Stone Street.
ers and the Florida Park struggling over the primitive killed by an Indian the this area. No selling. To qual 4373315. Dec 22, ltp.
Board. trail between the two forts. next day, but Clark reachedthe ify you must have car, refer.
William M. Goze of Clear- Luis, their guide, kept disappearing Fort two days after the ences, $600 to 1900 cash. Seven BEDROOM, living, dining
water, president of the Flor and it is generally be. battle. He, along with John to twelve hours weekly can and kitchen with builtin ap
ida Historical Society, will be lieved that he betrayed the Thomas and Joseph Sprague, net excellent monthly Income. pliances on corner lot 60x110,
the featured speaker.In party to the disgruntled chiefs who though badly woundedhad More full time. For personal In Flagler Beach. Reasonable
of Osceola Micanopy, Jumperand managed to escape dur Interview write P. O. BOX price for equity. Federal Sayings
Vernon charge D. arrangementsis Alligator.On ing the fighting, told the 10573, DALLAS, TEXAS 75207. financed. George MoodySr.
Berry Veterans
the morning of Dec. 28, bloody tale. Include phone number. Dec. 22 Itp
(Service Officer of the U. S.
Veterans Administration In

Bushnell. Berry will read an .- -
eyewitness account of the ." ,
massacre and burial services.

Frank Wade, chairman of
the Sumter Board of County

Commissioners, will give the e wis A F .1966Arji
welcoming address and Intro.

duce guests, including State LA.
Parks Director Bill
Members of the State Legislature u_ :,, ., ..
from that area have been e : /
h '
invited to attend. 1966Ijj1tni .. '''
The burial memorial will be
enacted by members of the ; : qd\ I of
i greetings to
Sumter County Veterans or. ,,,; \ t .;; you...
ganizations. The same music '" i .
played by the Army musicians e r ,
at the burial Feb. 20, ::aw 1
1836, will be performed by : t
the South Sumter Band. l/Q l\
The infamous massacre be. t. \

ing commemorated was caused : :\. ,. .\? ,.i
by the unwillingness of 1

the Seminole Indians. to beHASTINGS to iii ; ,

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In December every
ents are faced with the proem
of what to do or what to say .
about Santa Claus. Some of ..
,e cur educators say that the San
\, ta theory is all wrong and some
'.' of todays "modem parents
seem to agree.Is .
',: the Saint Nick idea goodor
'.. ; bad for children We say it
is good and that no child average qrr
or brilliant ever suffered
from the grand illusion. Children
know there is a Santa
Claus and they accept the fact
that he gradually changes rom
the Santa fiction to iheSantaof
Santa is good for small children -
for children have imaginative -
minds. The fact they
1966 er.I966 might see a Santa on every + spb.
corner matters little. In their
eyes Santa is a symbol a mystery
and in his wonderous .
magic t is apt to appear any ;\
where.It If(4Y4'Iy"1966(
is not the end of the world
when the time comes that some
the older child shatters the illusionby
May true spirit of ,. telling all This is the perfect -
opportunity for the parentto
Christmas be with explain that Santa is after
all a spirit of Christmas. lie
and represents the spirit of giving
you yours. And best
and the reason that we give at .
Christmas time is because this

l' .. ... 4. is the day on which Jesus was
born. Jesus taught us love and
faith and hope and Santa is a
Brannam's IGA Grocery figurative being who helps us Don and Betty MooreAND
understand and use that teach-
119 N. Bay Street Bunnell, Florida ing. CHILDREN


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Greetings to our good -

friends and neighbors. .

DUNN HARDWARE & SUPPLY COMPANY'. r ,. J Senator Verle Pope



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For unto you is

born this day in

the city of Davida

IIOLIDAY ROBES. saviour whichis
Pretty girls In pretty robes for ,
the holiday season or, a gift Christ the Lord... t 1
( that a girl can appreciate. If ,
you're toasting marshmallows,
it's fun to toast them in style.
1e1W t% j\ \ /

'reetiH: Pines,fir and spruce arounda
@ house can be safely decorated
with lights, and add a Christ-
masy touch to the entire neigh

To all our friends. old p i Bulbs borhood.of 15 wattage are sufficient
for outdoor glow. Hang
and new. outdoor sockets downward to
prevent water and snow from
collecting in them and rubber-
Jacketed cord should connect
F i8 ; the lights. '
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required In all cases where
rentals are made. If rentals Many people who need assistance The beverage industry In

MEDICAREQUESTIONS are made without a doctors In filing claims for Florida produces soft and

recommendation the charges reimbursement of the part of mart drinks worth about $135

andANSWERS are not covered under medi their doctor bills covered by million annually, the Florida

care. medicare don't realize they State Chamber of Commerce

( ) can get. assistance from the reported in its weekly business

social office. review recently released.
Q. Will medical insurance security
"There are 160 plants in
pay for the rental of an oxy Mell Eadie, Manager of the Florida producing canned and

Q. Will medical insurance gen tent In the home? social security office In Daytona bottled soft drinks and malt

under social security pay for A. Yes. Medical insurance Beach urges everyone to liquors. Several establishments

the purchase of a wheelchair pays for the rental of an oxy contact his office if any assistance which manufacture

or hospital bed in my home gen tent, tank, and regulator Is needed. For example flavoring syrups are also in

if I need one? where the need had been pre his office will answer eluded.

scribed by a physician. Medical questions you may have "The beverage industry has
A. No. Medical insurance insurance will not pay for about any aspect of medicare, about and
5,500 employees
under social security will the
pay oxygen help you get a new health between
the combined payroll runs
for the rental of wheelchairs ( )
insurance card if you lose the and million
$25 $30 an
or hospital beds but not for Q. My mother Is under med original, furnish you with nually.

the purchase of such items.A icare and live at a nursing free booklets containing medicare "Expenditures by these

doctor's recommendation is home. She Is not under a doc information, and assist plants for raw materials, sup

tor's care, but Is too feeble you In completing your claims plies and fuel approximate

to take care of herself Will for medicare insurance benefits $70 million each year, principally

medicare pay for the nursing if you need help.If within the state.

home ?
expenses covered Plan "These figures are partially
you are by
A. No Her care in the nursing
B of medicare, which is the estimated. Basic data on the
home will not be covered.
that with beverage industry are dated
Medicare provides for part helps you your
in pay doctor bills, you may assign 1963, the last year reported
ment cases where the
patient your rights to reimbursement by the Census Bureau of 'the
is In the home for care
to your doctor. However, he U. S. Department of Com
and treatment under the doctor's "
must agree to accept assign merce.
direction. It does not pro
ment or this procedure cannot
vide for custodial care.
( ) be followed If your doctor

Q. Do I have to go directly prefers that you pay him, you
then file claim with
may a u1etidtJo1
from the hospital to the nursing
medicare and receive reimbursement 1966
home for medicare to pay
direct from medi
for my extended care costs?
care. In this case, your social
I and
Suppose was discharged
security office will help you
went home, and my doctor
fill out the necessary forms
shortly decided that my condition
Just the Itemized
bring receipted
was too serious to be
doctor bills to the social
treated at home?
security office. Remember
A. The costs of your care in
local social office
your security
the extended care facility
is located at 115 NRidgewood .
would be covered If you were
Ave Daytona
admitted within 14 days after
Beach Florida.
leaving the hospital. If you ,

leave the nursing home before

you had used all the SOME STILL DONT

days of care for which you
Soap was invented shortly
were eligible, and later found before A. D. 500, perhaps in
that had to return theaddltlonal
you ,
what Is now Germany. For awhile
days up to the limit
people didn't know
in that of Illness
BIDDLE spell quite what to do with It. The
would be covered
well-to-do used it as a cosmetic
returned within 14
you farmers to grease their this '
days.iisfEas carts and windmills. ,

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Admitted: Ida Lerch, James CHRISTMAS SERVICE

Fraser, Margaret Fraser, Flag. Flagler CountyBY
The Morning Worship Service
ler Beach; Wilma Brock,
at the First Methodist Coy G. Hoi rls. Jr.
Wayne Higginbotham, Tommy
Polk, Shell Baldwin, K. C. Church on Christmas morning
IJLLOCALS .o Keys, Charles Williams,. Mel. will be held earlier than In case you have the Im

senla Jones, Linda Donald, usual. Sunday School will pression that school board
start at 9:45 and classes will meetings are boring, full of
f rp.i. J -.::. .rr. Clara Schlosser, Bunnell; Deb.
be dismissed at 10:05.: The dry-as-chalk discussions of
Edward Hess
orah Hess and
I special Christmas Worship pencil purchasing-it's not always .
Service will at 10:10
begin so.When.
son, White Springs; Leon Le.
HOLDS ANNUAL PLAYS FOR CHRISTMAS and will conclude at 11 a.m.
win, Long Island, N. Y; Lewis attend school
you a
These will be the only servIces
CHRISTMAS PARTY PROGRAMS Shapiro, Queens, N. Y; Mar. held at the Methodist!: board meeting, you may find
jorie Comphert, Olean, N. Y: yourself listening to heated
Church on Christmas Day.
The Friendly, Circle of the Richard Palczewski will accompany Lance Eye, Ormond Beach. discussions about the school

First Methodist Church held Father Leon In the Dismissed: Helen Shamblen: bus drivers (do they need

their annual Christmas din. Christmas Eve service at St. Charles Williams, Marjorie more safety education?) .

ner Thursday evening Mary's Church at Korona. Comphert, Mary Martell, Mar. Bunnell Methodist about a textbook overly critical

at the Bunnell Restaurant. Last Sunday Richard'accompanied garet Fraser, Harry Hipple, of a particular subject .

Following the dinner the the! sixth, seventh, and Kenneth Priest, Melsenl ChurchOliver about the proposed site of the
group went to 'the home of eighth grades of St. Brendon Jones new building.
Dorothy Campbell,
Mrs. Robert Cook for the program Catholic Church in Christmas Linda Donaldson, Raymond ( F. Taylor. Pastor)

'and Christmas gift ex Caroling .at the Ormond Beach School board meetings are
Monroe Jack McCabe Cecil
change. Hotel. Richard plays the ac Thacker Ruth Evans Bertha -sonally Important to you-
wish after all, their decisions affect
cordion. you a very Merry;
Members and guests present Plummer, James Crews, Bella
Christmas. However there you and your child, in so
Included: Mrs. O. F. Taylor, Zahn, Christine Donahue,
Mrs. Leona Knight, Mrs. Irma CHRISTMAS DANCE Charlotte Lutton and James be Christmas without many ways.A .
Mrs. Lola Mae Parker Christ. It is so easy to have<
Decker, Fraser. school board, deciding
Jimmy Bryan, Bryan the Christmas Season only
Mrs. Joann Crews, Mrs. Rosely Pat Gurnee and Becky whether to start Latin in high
Holidays and not truly Holy
Cameron, Mrs. Freda Deen, Mercer extend an Invitationto school, finds that a variety of
Mrs. Wanda Mercer, Mrs,, Miss Mona Price of Bun. Days. The true Christmas; problems have to be solved.
all the seventh and eighth
Jeanette Bertha, Mrs. Madge grade students at Bunnell nell was recently placed on spirit has to begin with prep. What age is best for learninga
Mrs. Carol Jean Atkinson the honor roll at Howey Acad aration to receive the Christ
Johnston, High School to attend a new language? (The board
child. The Star of Bethlehem
Mrs. Mary Joe Seale, Christmas Dance, December emy. Mona is the daughter of often brings in experts for ad.
has to become real within
Pearl Mrs. Fran. Mrs. Atkinson of you
Mrs. Blakely, Maudrey vice.) How much will the
27th. The dance will be at pro.
and light the for te
Mrs. Eula Fuller Bunnell. way you
ces Fryman, ?
cost (The superintend.
the Flagler Beach Recreation see the Christ. Christmas is gram
and the hostess. Center from 8:00 til 11:00 p. m. both universal and personal,, ent reports on the experienceof
Mrs. Bonnie Perryman ot other school systems witha
and it must be both. Not only
Jacksonville arrived Wednesday Latin ) Are'teachers
CONTEST WINNERS did God send his (ISon into the program.
for a visit with her son available? (The superintendent
Mrs. Carey Holland receivedher world for everyone to receive,,
BS Degree in Education Winners of a contest sponsored and daughter in law, Dave but He also sent Christ especially explores the local sup-

Saturday, December 17th at recently by the Eastern and Katherine Perryman and for you. Yes, for unto Ply.)

the commencement ceremonies Star were Randy Morris, Gayle daughters, Kay and Jan. Bill, Joe, Susan, Peggy, and It Is pointed out that a need
at Florida State Universi Mercver and Mrs. Harry Ku- whatever be
your name may exists for a systematic follow-
ty. Mrs. Holland is the daughter leskl. Shirley Chambers left Mon. a Saviour is born who is up of what happens, to those

In law of Mr. and Mrs. Z. day for St. Petersburg to spend Christ the Lord. "For unto you who graduate from our
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray the holidays with her parents,
D. Holland of Bunnell. is born this day In the city schools, and 'to those who drop
had as their weekend house. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stickney.
of David a Saviour, which is out of school before gradua
guests Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hal. Her husband Buddy will join "
COLLEGE STUDENTS Christ 'the Lord. Luke 2:11. tion. It Is suggested that sen-
ford and Mrs. Marie Weath- them over the weekend.
ior high school students be
HOME FOR HOLIDAYS ersby of Ridgeland, S.C., They offered .
a course on
attended the Millican-Cody LARGE CROWD occupations
Robbie Durrance is a surgical
to help them make
Among the students from
wedding Saturday. Mrs.
patient at Halifax Hospital
their choices. The
Flagler County home for the ATTENDS PARTYBY career
Weathersby is Mrs. Murray'ssister in Daytona Beach. Rob.
board asks
questionsthe -
Christmas Holidays are John and Mr. Halford is her many
bie underwent knee surgery
FSC CLUB citizens in the audienceare
Craig University of Arkansas
; brother. Mrs. Halford is Mrs.L. Monday. His room number is
invited to their
David Brown, University of S. Cody's sister. 1318. There were 72 members and express
Florida; Vicki King, Florida guests present for the Flagler feelings on the subject. Plansare

State University; Martin Tuck. Coach and Mrs. Howard Senior Citizens Club Christ. approved to consider ALL-
Margaret Ann Shelton and the needs of ALL the people.
i er, Maryville College; Randy Reynolds left Friday for Kentucky mas party which was held
children Jackie Tracie and
Morris, Western Kentucky to spend the Christmas of several Tuesday evening, Dec. 20 in When a school board is In
University; Brenda Murray, Doug Ocala spent Hall of the Municipal .
Holidays with relatives. here with her Community the' thick of a school construction
Berry College; Brenda Tucker, days visiting
building, Flagler
program, you'll probablyhear
parents Eddie and Babe Irwinat
St. Johns Junior College; Beach. Members exchangedgifts
Santa Bradley and Eloise Flagler Beach and Bo and questions like this
Sherry Hargett, Dade Junior McClure left via plane Mon. Bette McDaniel.Mr. following the 6 o'clock around the conference table:
College; Suellen Deen, Wil potluck supper.Mr. Shall cut
day for West Virginia where we corners so we
liams College; Susan and they will spend !the holidays and Mrs. Don Van can build today, or wait 'til
Wadsworth Florida and Mrs. Tom Holden
with their parents. Steenls and their two daugh we have more money and use
State University; Tommy will celebrate their Golden ters, visitors from Bloomfield, materials that will last long.

Kahlert, University of Geor Keene and Mary Gurnee Wedding Anniversary Decem Iowa, provided a portion of er? Shouldn't( more space be

gia. spent the weekend sightseeing ber 26th at their home witha the entertainment when they given to this particular area?

in Sanibel Island and reception. Their daughters, sang a number of selections, Are we sure we have a good
Mr. and Mrs. Willia Morrisof Fort Lauderdale. Mrs. Sam Black and Mrs. Jul. accompanied by Mr. Van Stee architect? Architects, builders .

Jacksonville are parents of ian Caudill extend an invitation nls on the piano. J. O. Bullard school planning experts

an eight pound daughter born Laura Morris entertainedwith 'to all their friends. No in. also entertained with folk citizens and professionalstaff

Dec. 3. She has been given a luncheon and bridge vitations are being sent in songs, providing his own .all are called upon

the name of Lori Ann. The Tuesday at her home on Flagler County.Mr. guitar accompanimentMartin for advice when a school

maternal grandparents are Chapel St. Members of the Finesse Fuelling, treasurer, board faces one of Its most

Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKen- Bridge Club were guests. and Mrs. Mike Wheelerof announced that the Club now complicated problems how

ney of Bunnell. High score went to Rosely Panama City are visiting had a paid-up membership of to build schools that will

Cameron. here with Mr. and Mrs. Bob 88. Gilbert Krier, vice chair. serve the children well and

Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Walters and Mr. and Mrs. man and chairman of the pro. give the community real value

Shelton Brooks for the holidays Harry and Carol Atkinsonwere Robbie Walters. Mrs. Robbie gram committee, reported that for Its expenditure.

are their son-in-law and hosts at a dinner party Walters and son Robbie planto steps were being taken by the School board members can

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Saturday evening at their leave December 26th via city commissioners to improve easily get the idea that every-

Smith of Bowling Green, Ky. home on Magnolia Ave. Ten plane for Titonka, Iowa, fora 'the facilities for playing shuf- body in town has a messageto

The Smiths are members of invited guests enjoyed the delightful visit with her parents, Mr. fleboard in the city park opposite promote, or a product to

the faculty at Western Kentucky affair with the hosts. and Mrs. A. J. Neeland. the Municipal building.The sell by Jammnlg a new

: University.Mr. I Club's next meetingwill course Into the crowded curiculum. -

Pvt. Mack Pellicer of Fort Harry and Pat Gignac and be Jan. 3, 1967, when You may hear members -

and Mrs. Voiloice Raul. Benning, Ga. is spending the Children of Clearwater and Howard Wisehaupt, local lecturer discussing suggestions

erson have moved Into a holidays here with, his par. Mike and Trudie Cook and will be guest speaker. that students be taught more

home in St. Johns Park. They ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pelli daughter of Daytona Beach economics the complaint
purchased the home from Mr. cer. Mack will return to Fort were recent guests of Bob and PLENTY LEFT HERE ot> a Civil War enthusiast

Shope. Benning on Dec. 29th. Evelyn Cook. Cities with their suburbs, about a history textbook .a

/ airports, and shopping centersare request for the band to pre-

Walton and Margie Kinney Pvt. Alan Wayne Jones arrived gobbling land at a rate Bent a program for a special

ROY'S entertained with a Yule party Friday from Fort Gordon of about a million acres a group.;

Saturday evening at their Ga. for a ten day visit year. Applying pressure to a
STEAM CLEANING SERVICE home In St. Johns Park. Thirty with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I school board Is quite different
; MOHILK HOMES five invited guests enjoy. T. A. Jones. Pvt. Jones will Billy and Carol Deen and from showing continuing constructive -

J.l., TIM HOOFS!to and Kill SIDINGS Mildew" ed the affair with the hosts. report to Fort Benning, Ga. on daughter Caroline of Belle Interest In improving
Dec.) 26th where he will be in Glade, arrived today to spend the schools. Most school
AIR; and PAINTING Jump School Training for the: Christmas holidays with boards and superintendentsare

I'r CAM AFTER 6:00 P.M. Moses and Joann Atkinson three weeks. her parents, Jim and Opal more than ready to listentoand

MR. R. BOND Flagler Beach spent Sunday in Jacksonville Craig, and his parents, Bill do something about

Phone 439-2275 P.O. Box 794 visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Tom Humphries left and Freda Deen. suggestions from citizens whore

Charlie Kebsch. Sunday for Ashville, N. C. acting in behalf of ALL

. .-.-.. after a visit here with her son Mrs.: Harry Sears of Tallahassee the communlity's children.
In law and daughter, Tom and visited here last week Everyone Is looking for good
Anita Lenssen. with her mother Mrs. J. W. ideas.

Flagler County Insurance I Brown and Shep Cochran. On behalf of the School

Weekend house guests of Mrs. Brown accompanied her Board, we wish each of you

Coy and Paulette Harris was daughter home and will remain a Merry Christmas and a

Agency Inc. his brother, Gene Harris of for several weeks.Bookkeeping Happy New Year.


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