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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 12, 1963
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: VOLUME 61, NO. 49 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR
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f Sen. Holland on ,COUNTY GETS Haydon Burns
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r A REMINDER I RACING FUNDSState

,ICI Y Smooth Transition Comptroller Ray E. ,:Will Visit Here ,
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I Green has announced that he
'0 : I !14 llit tp 1 I//. I! ''ll t' ...I !ILI il ;il'tI I Ii11'iIP'r'I ICI i (,li!'I Of Government I has mailed checks for $11,000 1'Next Wednesday ,

rI r- ,, The assassination of our late from the race track tax fund i I Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack
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I were mailed December :5 to each
President Kennedy plunged the sonville, who officially announced
of Florida's 67 counties.
( I Capitol Into the deepest grief I his candidacy for Governorof
He said the total received by
which I have seen here. I Joined Florida on December 6 said
I each county thus far this fiscal ;
the Senate of course, in visitsto I :today he will be in BUnnell on
is $46,000. This Is $6,500 I
the White House, the Rotunda year 'Wednesday morning, December "
I fl STORES SOOT Id s, I more than each county receivedfor
SP'LOO11L ;+ of the Capitol, the funeral servo 18. at 930.: lie will be In the
I J JI ices at St. Matthews Cathedral, the same period last year. 'Bunnell Civic Center and would o

Jt 9 /X !fhe Holiday J4i- ' and the Interment at Arlington like to greet and visit with his '"

National Cemetery. i:friends and supporters of Flag

is only a few err ,/ Governor Bryant was here, CIGARETTE TAX ler County at that time.

I ; y and accompanied Senator Smathers FUNDS TO FLAGLERRichard J r I I

I r f des a ,iay! several of our House members B. Keating director of I II i; Mayor by Burns his State will be Campaign accompanied ,

and myself to the White
I the State Beverage Department: I Manager, Bill Hamrick of Jacksonville i
House. He accompanied many
reports the following amounts Mr. Hamrick Is senior
other Governors In other portionsof
remitted municipalities In Flag I vice president of the Gulf Life
the ceremonies. Everyone here
ler county from collections made Insurance Company. He is taking 1"
was most sympathetic towards
In October. I: leave of absence from the
Mrs, Kennedy and the two children
Bunnell, .298238. company until December I, 1964,
ahd the universal commentwas
I Flagler Beach, 78583. to manage Mayor Burns' cam .
that she had conducted her- .
Beverly Beach $121.24. paign.
., self In such a way as to com' ,
Marineland $95.35.
t mand the complete respect of All supporters and friends Interested
fainter's Hill, 1038.
InMayor Burns cam
nation and the entire world.
I I paign are invited to call by the (
Smooth Chang of i. Legion Will Have civic CEnter Wednesday morning \
Five Bunnell I CLIFF SHEFFIELD Administration .

; I CERTIFIED FORD There has also been universal Christmas
Party I In his announcement speech
:Team Members ,TRUCK SALEMAN comment on the smooth and I Mayor Burns said "unlike all

.4. '; Clifton E. Sheffield, salesmanof speedy transition from the ,Ken, Monday Evening .* i I previous candidates for state office
On All ConferenceFive nedy Administration to the Presidency
I Bunnell Motor Co., has been I I my campaign as in 1960

members of the championship certified as a graduate of the of Lyndon Johnson which I Members of The American will not utilize the services of
I think gives all of us fuller understanding I I
I Legion and will hold
Bunnell Bulldogs have truck salesmanship course conducted Auxiliary I County Campaign Managers. I

been named on the St. Johns I In Jacksonville recently and 0 f the sound stability I their annual Christmas party 'refuse to create 67 governors in

All Conference football team. by staff instructors of Ford Motor > strength permanent Monday evening at the civic the state. Instead, we have established -

named at the coaches' Company's Atlanta Market of our system of government. center, beginning at 6:30: o'clock. in virtually every ,,_
They were
!We all noted the quick and com Turkey dressing and the I I
meeting held In St. Augustine ing institute. dessert county large committees em. I"I
*I last week. The three day course was :plete transition of authority will furnished by ,the I I bracing 50 or 60 persons who-

Team members to all-confer- taught by C. L. Albert and W. H from one President to the othet Legion and Auxiliary Membersare will physically direct and conduct ,I
and the that the leadersof
Sharp, Institute Instructors. Subjects way asked to bring cither a salad our campaign program.
offensive team members
1 ence other nations of the world, Vegetables, sauces, etc... :
were: "Kent" Holland, center; J'angl1-from' managementlnd botlv (\JI QlI'r s, will truly be an effort

,. .-Backebe -!1oodyrilarrYrXU erchandising_co rse> for :friendly" to'seefour..nA. unfriendly. theme, complete: _the .IDea!. i stemming from the people, and ,.,, :

M and Tommy* Polk. .Defensive dealers and"v their departmentmanagers flocRing ere I Santa C1au'\-wlW'De present our Administration will be free
to salesmanship and selves what was transpiring I to distrbute( flits to those attending I of the influence of kingmakersand
team end was Mike Hornsby. ,
specialized workshops for staff realizing that pur nation con and it Is requested that I local dictators."

I tines to move ahead with onlya each member bring for
gift
members. a Mayor Burns has served as
Funeral For I brief pause for readjustment) those guests that he or she may mayor of Jacksonville since

I even though it is stricken by bring. 1949. He is the first mayor to
M. Coe such a tragic event
Ray have been elected for five con
State Debt More
The New President I secutive terms to that office.

Thursday Virtually the entire world was
Than Two BillionsThe listening with deep Interest Polio Vaccine
: Park Council
n.r
.. Ray M. Coe of Hastings, form. debt of the State of Florida whe.a President Lyndon Johnson Program A SuccessA
made his first address before a
,,: er resident of Moundgrove, and of all local governments Members AreReappointed
session of the
Joint Congress on
in Pa-
*' passed away Tuesday a total of 3,112 persons received
'I- within the state stood at a combined 27.
..:.. latka nursing home following November the oral polio vaccine
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.. total of $2.1 billion at impressed
I was' most
Illness of duration. He favorably
an long Sunday afternoon in what Dr. I
the end of last year the Florida with his remarks whichI
t was 84 years of age. State Chamber of Commerce re- I thought were con dence.in. J R. Sayers termed "The most' The Florida Board of Parks ;
successful mass vaccine : and Historic Memorials, at Its '
,f Mr. Coe and the late Mrs. toe ported in Its Weekly Business spiring, both at home and pro.
In the state.
I gram I I annual meeting in Tallahassee
resided at Moundgrove many Review. abroad, and were cooperative
The eight feeding stations reappointed for the coming year
years and he was manager .of This state-local debt includes without being compulsive. He 'II
l. the Moundgrove Fruit Company. all types of 'Indebtedness owed the manned by volunteer professional the InUre advisory councils for
clearly recognized independence
personnel and civic club Bulow Plantation Ruins and
r After his retirement and falling by any state agency plus all and integrity of the Con I I
I workers in the county.A Historic Memorials and the Flag-
health they moved to Hastings county, district and municipal gress and the fact that withinits I
Last total make-up clinic will be held :Ilex I Beach State Park.

several years ago. obligations.was 10 cent over year's 1961 compared membership exist honest differences from 2to 5 P. M. Friday, after According to N. E. Miller, executive
per of various
Funeral service will be held : with a national gain of opinion on noon at the County Health Department II III II administrator of the
national issues. I feel that his
r 1 Davis: I I All who Park Service the Bun
.... from the Johnson Chapel '8 per cent" the Review pointed initial address was received with presons following
in Palatka rat 1 o'clock Thurs- out missed their oral vaccine on nell persons have 'been reappointed *

day (today). Burial will be in I' "On a per capita basis, the general approval by the Con I I Sunday are urged to go to the I : Mrs. Charles Creal,

Oak Hill Cemtery. debt total was $379 for every gress. Vice President has I'I Health Department at this time. Nicholas F Lenssen, Jn, D. D.

Surviving is a brother Dr. Floridian. Twenty other state* ever Surely assumed no the Presidential The other two types of oral Moody, John Clegg, and Mrs.
polio vaccine will be coordinated Curtis Deen. These will
serve
it
Fred c. have higher amounts and the
Coe of Washington. fortified
; responsibilities by more ::
with the North Florida mass for Bulow Park.
I comparable .national averagewas
extensive knowledge of the
$436 last year. Both the vaccine program on January 19 Council members from Flagler
legislative processes. This together and March lit.ICONSERV Beach reappointed are George
Florida and the national average -
with the valuable
; Lion Banquet For were up about 6 per cent. in Executive and International experience r Moody, Sr., Mrs. Marie Brede
Lyman L. Cage Mrs. Harold

Bunnell BulldogsThe I 'The Florida total Includes affairs which he has ATJON Massle, and E. H. Threadglll.

$30,700,000 local government gained over the past three years, They will serve as council members

Lions Club plans to havea short-term debt; $1,617,500,000local should assure a sound performance ON TRIP for the Flagler Beach Park.

banquet Thursday evening at long term debt and $412 by him of the heavy dutiesof II Flagler Soil Conservation District

the Bunnell Civic Center, honoring 400,000 state long-term debt. the Presidency. Supervisor R. W/ Deen Jr.,

the Champion Bulldog Foot Long-term obligations are non- I and outstanding conservation Roast For

ball Team. Invited guests will guaranteed and are payable ATTENDS: DISTRICT I I farmer C. H. Cowart left on an Oyster

Include the football team head from pledged earnings of specific MINISTERS' PARTY I I all expense paid visit to a tire John MatthewsLewis

coaches and the cheer leaders projects or from special Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter ''company's experimental desert

assessments. and sons, Ross and Paul, will II'I farms at Lltchfield Park, Arizona Wadsworth and Frank
Ken McLean, freshman coach
from Florida State University in "Balanced against the debt attend the DeLand District Tuesday. Upchurch were hosts to a groupof '

Tallahassee will be guest speaker total In the state was $151,500000 ,- Christmas Party for Methodist I I The free trip for Deen and friends at an oyster roast at

for the evening. at year's end, being held Ministers and their families In i Cowart U the result of the Flag the Princess Estate Saturday

for future debt payment DeLand Friday evening. I ler Conservation District winningthe afternoon.The .

Anyone wishing to attend the "Interest paid on all state- I The affair will be held at First company's award as the top affair was given for State

banquet may make reservationswith local debt last year totaled $70- :Church and District Superintendent I[district in Florida for 19621963. Senator John Matthews who Is

George Moody. Jr .at 700,000, up 12 per.cent over 1961. and Mrs. Joe Tolle will The Flagler District was In com a candidate for governor.

Moody's Pharmacy by noon Saturday The national gain was 9 per i be host for the annual party petition with 58 other SCO's in Invited guests included friends

I cent. and program. Florida. from Bunnell and St. Augustineor .








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BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday Dec. 12, 1963
PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE .
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be calling on homes In this area 'Allen's committee had done of]on December 13, and a prize will j I i iVETERANS ANNUALQUESTIONNAIRES:
Bunnell Jtiyti I in the next few days. I decorating for the event I ibe awarded to the child who

School flew Nancy Wilson, reporter. Mrs. Cannon eagerly tells a- |brings in the most clothing from ,: Melvin T. Dixon, director of
I Beta Club News bout one incident which occurred sradw one through six. President -
the Florida Dept of Veterans
Senior Class News I during the evening. It seems ; Linda Cody presided at this .
The Beta Club officers met one
; 1 Affairs, states (they will go out
The senior class of Bunnell. that when she returned from i, meeting.
I day last week to plan on assembly with the November
High School has begun its sale] on December'helping to get the kitchen backin Batty Lynn Bourne, reporter. | again
program Veterans
I checks, allowing the
of the new Family-Pale tooth Border after the the
17. This program will serve al 1 1I supper 'Administration an additional 30
brushes. Profits from the sale I phonograph was blasting ,
away
invite this
I'I dual purpose: to THE BOOK NOOK for processing.
will be used to finance the class :year's new members who have but not one Library Club member days

trip to the New York World's I I I met all of, the club's requirements I was in sight. Where do you ADRIJT ON AN ICE-PAN i All publicity from the Veterans.
Fair in May. Into the club and to In. ,suppose she found them all? By Alfred Thompson Grenfell i 1 Administration will urge veterans
David Brown, chairman of the stall formally this year's officers. ,Of course-they had all wander. This Is a biography on a : to get their questionnaires

Family-Pak project, has suggest. The club also plans to Inform ed Into the Very fine Women's Medical Doctor of the north. 'back promptly. Dixon states
ed that we emphasize the practical the entire student body of the Club Library. But Mrs. Cahnon lie was known as "Grenfell of that the questionnaires are the
side of our new venture. I functions, purposes, and alms of :declares "I can't even get themto I Labrador." Grenfell is to go six 'same as last year, but the fivefold
Facts indicate that over half of read in their own library!" Instruction sheet has been
I the Bunnell High Beta Club in ty miles on a Journey to helpan '
the toothbrushes. now in use are I affiliation with the National The Library Club would like to injured fisherman. He and simplified. Questlonnalries must

worn out Dentists recommendthat ,Beta Club. The club anticipatesa commend the Women's Club on his dogs are caught on a broken i be completed and in the hands
toothbrushes be replaced very interesting and informa their outstanding lIbraryandthey iceberg and carried out to sea. ;, of the VA not later than Janu-

every three months. The seniors, tional program. Sponsor, Mr. [ enjoyed it very much. They are spotted by a fisher j'! ary 1, 1964.
realizing the Importance of dental Cannon, was present to assist in j Jack Wetherington, reporter. man and recovered safely.If I I For assistance in filling out

health to everyone, comment: : the planning. i Tri-Hi-Y News you are Interested in a good :' your income questionnaire, see
"Many people who need a new Allida Tucker I would local Veterans County
I reporter.t biography, certainly recommend I your
toothbrush Just don't go out and Club News I Several of the TrI.lII.Y'girls this one. Service Officer, who will be
buy it We are going to takeIt I Library I;will be attending a district Tri.I ( all veterans their
I The Library Club held its an I Library Assistant, geared to give
to them. Hi Y Conference at the "Cast-
nual Christmas at the Arnold Choate. ,widows and dependents the assistance -
The toothbrushes in the FanvilyPak Flagler Beach Women's party Club [:away Motel" this weekend, December I (they need.
are made of top quality i 14 and 15, in Daytona Hard work-an accumulationof
building on Saturday evening, .
duPont nylon bristle. They are December 7th, beginning at 6:30.: i Beach. [ easy things we don't, do when Don't be a cloud because youcan't
manufactured by the same company i Chosen to attend the convene should.
The with ve be a star.
that make the popular Dr. gathering began a ,tion are Linda Cody, Jennie Bennett --- ---
buffet which included I
West toothbrushes and other supper, Susan McMillan, Allida
FamilyPak turkey and ham, salads, ambrosia Tucker Brenda Tucker
outstanding brands. Each Betty
contains two adult and green beans, rolls and but. Lynn Bourne, and Ida Allen is CRAIG: FUNERAL HOME
one child's toothbrush. ter, coffee and\ Iced:\ tea, and cake the alternate.
for dessert. Afterwards, there
i Conference sessions will be A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
The price of only $1 per pack I was some dancing and casual held In the assembly room of
Is.. based on a price of 50 cents chatting as the members enjoy the Castaway Motel, and a ban JOHN HARDIN Associate

each for the two adult brushes, ed the evening. Gifts were exchanged :quet, discussion session, and a AIR OXYGEN
child's brush free.Members and marvel LADY
the
with everyone CONDITIONEDCIIAPEL
hootenanny on the 'beach have I I ;
of the senior class will ed over the splendid Job Ida also been scheduled.At I .\:- ATTENDANT, AMBULANCES

a meeting in room 1 on December .
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3, the T .Ifl.Y members Phone. ID 7-3532
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Eligible Persons I'of work necessary to get benefits year, he would still be eligible I LANDSCAPING settings.The .
I has been changed in recent for $650 in benefits for the year. I AT MARINELAND Banvald Co. is placingover
Must years and some people who were lIe would be entitled to par 100 new Sabal palms and
for I
Apply I. previously told they were ineligible tial benefits because for each $2 I Marineland's current Improvement additional tree plantings of Golden
Social I may now qualify. Persons he earns between $1200 and $1,- I program is receiving final Rain trees, Jerusalem Thorn
Security j I who some years ago were 700, he loses only one dollar in embellishments in recent weeks Canary Island and Senegal Date
Many people in the United denied benefits on the basis of benefits. For each dollar he I by the Barwald Landscaping Co palms. \.
States who are over 65 may not i insufficient work, should again I earns above $1700, he loses one I of Mandarin. The planting of shrubs, con
realize that they have monthly i get In touch with the social security dollar in benefits. I The landscaping consists of slst of such exotic names as
social security benefits : office and see if they are I .new plantings of shrubs, trees, Toblra Pittosporum and Moun-
comingto Eadie emphasized that two border plants, vines, and ground ,
them, according to Mell D.Eadle now eligible. lily Yucca among the varieties
social security district I particular groups-those over :cover in areas around the new being added.Marineland. .
manager in >Daytona Beach. Many persons over 65, who age 65 (even though still working I Marlneland. Lodge, Dolphin Restaurant has always been
are working full time or part ), and those previously denied and Administration proud of its oasis-like atmos-
Payment of these benefits isj I i I time, may now be eligible to :Building phere and the present, land..
not automatic. benefits because of havingnot
An application get some monthly social security Marineland's grounds crew has scaping program ensures that it
must be filed in,order to receive I I benefits. For example, if a per worked enough-should get already made extensive land. will continue to be one of the
any social security benefits. I son's monthly benefit Is $100 in touch with the nearest social soaping improvements through most inviting spots in the state,
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ha Ja wood. Florida the welfare department to give i FISH LANGUAGE .
h Begins
q You'll find that a compact these 300 recipients a monthly I Fish cake, yowl, wheeze
plant will furnish more color check up to $135, which would honk, bark, groan, and snore. -
Sharpe) I Foster Home "-
(By Henrey '
than a plant with few un- pay for room meals, clothing, I I National Geographic Society ma.
like most
Poinsettias are branched stalks. To promote a I personal Incidentals, and serv tine biologists using hydro-
Christmas shoppers' budgets- riot of colored bracts, prune the'; Care for Aged ices. The increased grants make I I I phones report that schools of
the red.
they So if are in don't have red poin plants several times during the I I This week Florida begins a it possible for these 300 peopleto shrimp snap and groupers boom.
you growing season. Cut the new of foster home care for pay their own way in their
program
with '
... settias to keep company growth back after It Is 12 inches foster homes.
the Welfare over
aged. recipents
your broke budget, it is not too long, leaving four leaves on 65 years who can no longer care Approval of a foster home does II This is the last month of the
late.to get a supply of the flow each shoot. Be sure to stop the I for themselves fully in their not automatically mean that .year. It'll be the last month of
era. pruning in early September, because own home are being considered the home will be used by the srvival for many of us, UNLESSwe
stock froma
Purchasing potted is the easiest the "flowering" buds are !for this new service. Also, a department. Great care will be drive to stay alive.
garden center of the set in early October. ,number of indigent aged pa made to place each old personin
way to establish plantings Poinsettias show their color tients in the state hospitals who the home that fits him best.
holiday ornamental. Howeversome' according to the day length and :are well enough to be released Welfare workers will work Dance to the Music of
green thumb operators closely with foster home
temperature.A owners
are being considered for this
for
scavenge the neighborhood when fellow plant near a lighted win. demonstration program. Selected and the old person will get not "The Casuals"AT
hard wood cuttings
dow or a street light often refuses will be those who do not need only his room, meals and
gardeners prune their poinsettias to color up like a neigh. hospitalization but do nerd a tered living, but also some shel'l THE
following the flowering season.
Such pruned material can be boring plant in a nearby darker protected, family-type living' arrangement sonal service and BAMBOO COCKTAIL
he can continue to live in the
corner. Dreary skies in September
1 inch diameter
rooted. First, punch a -
and October will community of his choice and to LOUNGE
early
hole about 8 inches deep Foster homes for the depend.
lead as active and useful life
shorten the
into' moist earth, then Insert the buds days, causing plantsto ent aged, a demonstration program as his condition permits. FLAGLER BEACH
set
and flower before
woody cuttings into the hole and limited to 300 cases, was
press the soil firmly around the the holiday season.You'll established by the 1963 legisla Subscribe lor The Flagler frtbuM j Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m.
base. Be sure to keep the soil find that temperature is ture. The new law authorizes $2.50 A Year In Advance ,
moist until the cutting is well a limiting factor for a good showof -....
established. flowers. If the night temperatures .
are much above 70 degrees.
There are a number of poinsettias bud forming will be retarded..
to choose from, accordingto Freak periods of :hot weather
Dr. T. J. Sheehan, ornamental during this critical time may
horticulturist with the Florida not permit buds to form at all.
Agricultural Experiment Sta The best flower development Is
tions. He says if you desire red. when the night temperaturesrange Wlln cthhO] ]
bracted varieties, propogate such from 60 to 62 degrees. l l (

plants as fireball, IndianapolisRed Poinsettias can be used as cut
,' Albert Ecke, oak leaf or flowers if the stems are treatedto I
Mrs. Paul Eke. You can enjoy coagulate the milky sap and
color combinations if you minglethe reduce wilting. As soon as the
red plantings' with Eke I flowers are cut, immerse the cut II'
white or a pink variety. ends in hot water for about a llQQ( )( ) ff ( )

Poinsettias will grow on a minute, then place them in cold 9 Oywj
wide range of soils, includingsand water. Be sure that the steamIng .
muck, marl, rocky soil and water does not .damage the,
clay. In spite of the wide adapt. bracts.
ability, the plants will presentyou An alternate method of haltIng .
a better show of color if the oozing sap is to singe l ll1cffl l (QIIDll) llnfil l lQ o
you take proper care of them. the cut ends of the stem overa ,
Fertiliser applications is important flame for a couple of seconds .
An application of 1% and then place the stems in cold
pounds of an 8.8.8 fertilizer per, water. For best results and
100 square feet of plant space' longer lasting beauty, cut the
earlier in the fall should now poinsettias about 18 hours before ( ) rw@lfill YQQ( )\ (Qlill)
be producing large colorful they are to be used in an ,
bracts. The plants will need arrangement Store the cut
repeat applications of plant food "flowers" in a cool draft-free I' r.
in early spring, again in June I place during the waiting stage. -
and perhaps during mid summer T .. ...
I if there are heavy rains. EMPTINESS OF AUSTRALIA iri9 4' _
For best results, prune poinsettias Australian maps dramatically $
back in late winter or illustrate the emptiness of the
early spring after blooming is continent's interior. Many place
over or after the danger of frost names, such as Poonda Ethel
has passed Cut them back to Creek, Walgun, or Balfour
,within 12 to 18 inches of the Downs, indicate not towns or
ground unless they have been villages but sheep and cattle

i frozen back below this point. .stations and even individual
Then cut them back to "live homesteads.
ORTHO has a ready answer to insect attacks. It'sfast

. and thorough, and has a short residual life.


0(9 Spray Disnow and a few it's compatible with most insecti-

RESOLUTIONWHEREAS minutes later every looper that's cides and fungicides. And you

been hit will be dead or dying. can have workers back in the field

it has pleased Almighty God to Even the tough ones. And that just a few hours after spraying. A

take unto Himself our revered and beloved Elzie A. goes for aphids, too. In fact <*|g No two ways about it:

Hunter, and DIBROM kills more than 130 diEthere are times when an insecti-

WHEREAS, the said Elzie A. Hunter has ferent insects-including most recide can make you or break you. .,, I

served faithfully and honorably as a member of the sistant ones. And in all stages of When loopers hit, do ,it right. '

Board of County Commissioners of Flagler Countyfor growth except eggs and pupae. Save the day with DIBROM. ; I

a period of 26 years, and *&&'But DIBROM won't create { /

a residue problem. It's registeredfor
WHEREAS, the said Elzie A. Hunter was
use within a few days of har
highly respected by the citizens of Flagler County DIBROM comes
vest. Just follow the label direc-
and members of the Board of County Commissionersas both 03 an -
I tions and will be as cleanas
your crop
a leader in his community and a worthy servantof 8 Emulsive and 1
whistle when it's picked.
a
the people of Flagler County, I a 4 Dust. It
',2'.DIBROM is easy to work mixes readily RTH I,'

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the with,too.It's less toxic to humans with water and

gratitude of the Board of County Commissioners of ; and warm-blooded ,animals than U compatible 4'

Flagler ,County for the years of faithful service, of I most other phosphate chemicals with mostinsecticides DIaROM

Elzie A. Hunter be, and the same is hereby express- I with comparable fast-action kill. and
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ed. It mixes readily with water, and fungicides. '

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy !
the minutes of this "Helping the World Grow Better"
of this resolution be spread on I'
Board, a copy be sent to the family of Elzie A. Hun CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY.ORTHO DIVISION.P.0. Box 7067.Orlando.Florida "

ter, and a copy be published in The Flagler Tribune.I .


I i Signed By:

C. H. Cowart, Chairman
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Board of County Commissioners ,
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Local Government for expenditure through them. :
(This Is In addition to direct fed. i STORE HOURS: Quantity

:\,: Tax Collections military eral spending Mttblihments on rivers, and harbors the, ,; Week 8OOam7OOpmSaturdays Days S H ELTG N '5 Rights Reserved

::; Continues Rise like in F o ida.) ;
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'State-local' expenditures In I jFlorida

Florida together state and collected\local, governments $i-1 I their own collections\;, !: l and dln federal'both ,i 8:00am-8oopm**,**.* Prices Good

375,000,000 in taxes arid fees G R OC ER Y'
!funds, amounted; to $1,536,0Qq f- I THURS., FRI., SAT:,
during the fiscal year 1962, a 91|000, a gain of 3, per cent over Telephone 7-3201 '
,;. per cent gain over the previous j I the previous year while the DEC. 12.13.14, 1963
.> year compared with a 7 per cent |!
\ nationwide figure increased 6 "Your
increase throughout the nation,j I per cent A small portion of collections Friendly Co-op Store"f
{ the Florida State Chamber of f
j In Florida were Invest

' Commerce reports."Collections :ed making the expenditure total Florida Grade "A"

of taxes, fees and j slightly less than (the combined -
licenses by any agency of the ]I receipts total In the state.

state and by all counties, dis-1 I "Debt outstanding In mid-1962

tricts and cities are Included: Inj I came to $2,060,700,000 for state I
this figure," the chamber's Weekly ;and local governments in Florida

Business Review said. "Onlyby combined, up 10 per cent.

lumping state and all local The nationwide gain was 8 percent
HENSLIMIT
collections together can state by Cash and security holdings /

state comparisons be made, be- In trust in Florida totaled '

cause of, differences In tax struc- $1,379,800,000, up 15 per cent

tures. Measured In this way, while the comparable national

Florida's total was tenth largest i figure moved up 9 per cent. FLOIIA fcRJilE "A"
among the 50 states. LIMIT .

"Although state local totals+ Lk. 'i cif-ip

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were greater in nine states other I GOT HIS WISH THREE : \
than Florida, 27 states had The famed Eddystone Light *i' -
5
higher taxes than Florida on a'' was erected In 1698 off the Whole Stewing Lb. $139

per capita basis. By dividing: mouth of Plymouth harbor, Eng PLEASE _

collections by population, the; land, by Henry Winstanley, who HENS lag

average for each Florida resident boastfully wished to meet "the

was $253 last year. This greatest storm that ever was" in

figure was 5 per cent more than I his tower. Five years later, one Fresh (Lean Meaty) Boston Butt Beef

in 1961 compared with a national I of the greatest storms in Eng

gain of 6 per cent land's history swept away the < ".
Pork Roast Short Ribs .
'i"Not included In the. Florida lighthouse, crew, and Winstanley 39 39

total of ,
was a sum! $165,800,000 himself.
.
returned by (the federal govern.
IN TUB CIRCUIT COHUT. SRVKNTI1
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rnent to state and local agenciescLAfrzEb JUDICIAL CIIICI'IT,' IN World's Belt
ANU MOIL KLAULRH COUNTY: Flavor Aged
FLORIDA, IN CHANCKRY NO.

NO. 47114RICHARD HALLBTT., Plaintiff, Ground Beef $1 9' R.b *

BETTT ALLEN".. POWELL Ls. Steak 69

HALLETT, Plus 50 Free Stamps .
ADS Detendant
NOTICE' TO APPKAIlIN
THE NAME OF TUB STATE OF
W.tlsts .a4.e .... .a41. FLORIDA: .
s Cur

a n cents Nata per..wer4....each... Uuwrtle ea.u. I TO! BETTY Whose HALLKTT place ALLEN of POWELL residence and I FRESH OYSTERS SHRIMP MULLET I

poet office address are unknovn.
FOR SALE-Living room sofa $25; I .
9x12 ova rug $15; few odd I YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIREDto
file with the Clerk of this Court
chairs $2.00 e clt. Fern Carmody, your Answer to the Complaint filed
herein against you In the above Hershey or Henderson MAXWELL HOUSE Blue Seal Solid lb. Pk,.
2nd St and AlA Highway, Flag. entitled cause on or before the 10thday
ler Beach. 12-12-tf < and serve a
Olh
r'"oy'oJ9Uln
f ._ copy Vincent
.t A Pyle, plaintiff attorneys here.
FOR SALE-Registered Toy Fox i In. whose address I U 42 South Peninsula SUGAR COFFEE OLEO
Terrier female Drive. Daytona Beach. FlorIda -
pup very reasonable The Flagler Tribune la hereby
H. E. 92384. Dec. 12-2tc designated as the newspaper In
which this I Order shall be publishedonce
a week for four consecutive
61 Kentudan Trailer 50 ft. week. Herein fall not or a Decree
long by 10 ft. wide. 50 ft awning.M. Pro Confesso for such will be entered 5 Lb. 1 Lb. 2 Lis.
against you failure. The 48 48 25
E. McCabe, Phone 4377133. divorce.nature of this suit Is a bill for lag TIN fir

Dec. 12-ltp WITNESS my hand and seal atBunnell.
Flakier County, Florida,
FOR SALE 2 bedroom house this 10th day of December A. D.
I
ms. Limit One With PurLimit One With PurLimit Two Please
large Florida room, 17 Hillcrest, (Official I'
seaHlerktA Circuit 1Court
chase of $7.00 or More chase of $5.00 or More
Flagler Beach, a real buy. Call Flakier County Florida
Aubrey Spivey, HE 92293. Dec 12.19.26, 1963 & Jan. 2. 1964 Food Order Food Order

Dec. 5-4tp IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK1SKVKNTII .
JI'DICIAL. CIRCUIT
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Of FLORIDA. I* ANI FOIL O
FOR SALE Norge ringer-washer, .
KI.Ani.KR ( ;:TJlvINA CHAN.CKRY I III
almost new. Phone ID 73423. NO. 4190
GRACE H. KNIPPBR. .
Dec 5.122tcWANTED Plaintiff Golden Yellow
v. McKENZIE
Need acreage in HENRY J. KNIPPER.D fendant.NOTICE BANANAS' .IL..
2 1ge Whole Okra
Flagler County: Have clients for OK SUIT Baby Limas-
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
small parcels, prefer 5 to 10 acre FLORIDA:
TO: Henry J. Knlpper Fresh Green Cauliflower
tracts. UNSTATE REALTY 745 Veg. -
Address and residence unknown
Main St., Daytona Beach. Ph. CABBAGE Lb. 5eMixed
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
2555242. Nov. 28 3tc a suit In equity has been MlAU. .
brought against by Grace H. 1 Far $100
FOR SALE-Baby pigs. will be Knipper In the you Circuit Court of S. No. 1 Irish. OR 5 .
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
weaned Dec. 15. Phone 4373478. Florida In and for Flakier County, MATCH
Nov. 28tfWANTED and lon are r hereby utmgr.ed'1 or POTATOES 'g Lb. 39C .

written answer or defense to the .
IRONING to do at my complaint len herein against you Everfresh 12 Ct. Pkg. Borden's Canned'DINNER
In the
In the o cause
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. office of the Cleric of the Circuit 1" >. Cans
livery. Phone ID 73669. Court In. at and his for office Flagler in the County.Florida Court. ROLLS 2 25 5 MILK 8 $100

10-24--tf House In Bunnell, Florida on or
I before January 14, 19(4 and to lMmIMR
serve a copy of such answer or
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain I defense, upon John E. Chlsholm,
fields Installed; snail shell Rea I[addre plaintiff* Is*' attorney* Bank herein, 'ding 100 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP
: rlttJ:1h antI
sonable prices. Call George. Ja- New Florida,
I Florida Rules of ,
the
according to
roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf 'Civil Procedure. It you fall to do TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS v)
'0. a decree pro confesso will be
HELP WANTED-Couple to run ,entered demanded against In the you complaint.for the relief With purchase of With purchase of' With purchase of

restaurant, living quarters In- The name of the court In which Aluminum Christmas 5 Lbs. or More Ground 3 Lbt. or More Chuck
Instituted Is the
this suit has been
cluded. Must have experience. 'Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju Tree Beef Roast

Will pay great percent of grossto :dicial, and Circuit the Flagler abbreviated County title Florida of- Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

AlA right, 10 miles party.north Animal of Flagler Land, :this and cause is hereby notice U Knlp ordered shall per v.be that Knlpper.It published this order Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963 Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963 Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963mtlu.u

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consecutive
j Beach. 8-1-u.JOHNSTON'S once a week for four >" '.D." '''' OCtsDIi Ik
? I weeks In The Flagler Tribune, a

r. ;.; I Flagler newspaper* general County published circulation, Florida In and In Bunnell.having I I II 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP


FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. Ile'WJ'S aid Circuit: Florida.my Court hand as of 1'1..1 TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, County. Florida, and the seal of
t WATER FRON, FARMS, :I aid County.court Florida at on Dunned the 10th Flagler day I With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
ACREAGE [of December un $1.50 Worth of Glazed Qt. Size Armstrong One $5.00 or More Food
I (Official Seal\ E A. 8MYTHE Order
See us for you real estate n* dJ Clerk Circuit Court I Fruit Cake Material Step Floor Wax
t I lIE 9.2242 I. Klacler County Florida I Void After Void After Coupon Void After
Office Phone .JOHN E. CHI HOL'" I i iI. Coupon Coupon
1 Residence Phones ID 73691or I I..Suite Attorney 110 for Bank Plaintiff Building i> Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963 Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963 Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963Thursday

ID 7-3517 I New Smyrna Beach Florida
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I 5fa &r O. Lh 1m1 FLAGLER FOOD" STORE ,

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TOWN CELEBRATES I GARDEN CLUB MEETINGThe -,.-.-. ------
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PARTY DECEMBER 20th Flagler Beach Garden ;
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The Town of Flagler Beach! Club met December 3, at the
will hold their annual Christmas I Woman's Club building for their I
party on Friday, December 20that I meeting. Twenty-one membersand PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
the Firehouse. Santa Clause nine guests were present THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, RESERVED
,will arrive promptly at 7:00: The meeting was presided over DECEMBER 12-13-14, 1963
R, M. on the flretruck and distribute by the vice president, Mrs.
Chrismas Stockings to all Marie Brede, In the absence of LUCKY 13th SALE. FRIDAY, DEC. 13 IS THE BOSS'S BIRTH-
,the children In Flagler Beach. the president. Mrs. Sara Mattel
The Flagler Beach volunteer read the report of the recent DAY. HELP HIM SEL-A-BRATE WITH THESE BARGAINSFRESH
Fire Dept is In charge. executive board.
Plans were made for the Gar
y UoS.CLAPP WEDDINGMiss den Club's Christmas Party to LEAN WESTERN BEEF
Linda Joan Clapp, be held December 17th at the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Woman's Club building. Reservations CliCK Lh. mm Steak Lb. 59Fresh
Wallace Clapp of Daytona may be made by calling Roast 49
Beach, Florida will become the Mrs. Esther Juengllng, Mrs.
bride of Thomas D. Wells, Jr. Florence Schwenk, or Mrs. Ma-
Sunday, December 29, 1963 at rie Brede. Boston Butt Fresh Small Lean
four o'clock at the St Mary's Mrs. L. F. Nowlin', home serv-
I Episcopal Church, Eldgewood Ice representative of the Florida L..

at Beach.Orange Ave. In Daytona Power a very and interesting Light Company talk, gave on Pork Roast u. 39* Spare Ribs 49

The groom Is the son of Mr. Christmas lighting and showed
and Mrs. Thomas D. Wells, Sr. several colored slides on win- Palm River Sliced
of Flagler Beach.: All relatives dows and outside lighting for Western Corn Fed, Center Cut
and friends are Invited. the home, trees and shrubbery.She Lisa *

METHODIST CHURCH rangements.also displayed several ar. PorkChopsLll69< Bacon 2 89

Church School'at 9:45: A. M. Hostesses were Mrs. Jewel
Limit 2 Please
each Sunday. The Church Schoolis Dunslng and Mrs. Ruth Brandt
planning a Christmas pro.: Mrs. Hannah Vogel had the arrangement .
gram for Sunday evening, December of the month In PLEASE ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS TURKEY EARLY-
22, at 7:30: P. M. Morn keeping with the Christmas sea
ing worship is at 11 o'clock with son.Hostesses SAME TOP QUALITY AS WE SOLD THANKSGIVING.
Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister. for the January 7th
meeting will be Mrs. Juanita
BAPTIST CHURCH Strauser, and Mrs. Lucy Fuelling. SEAL FINEST SHORTENING
Sunday school is at'9:45: A. M. The meeting Will be held in the
and morning worship is at 11 Woman's Club building at 1:30.: COFFEEBLUE
o'clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, County Agent Howard Taylor CRISCO
f pastor. Training Union Is at 6:45P. : will be guest speaker.
M. and evening worship at
7:30: P. M.SENIOR. I FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB 1 Lk. 1 Lb. 3 Lb.
The Flagler Woman's Club at : *
49 1 O 59
CITIZENS CLUB 1524 S. Central Ave. is beautiful CanLimit Solid Cal
CHANGES MEET DATES ly decorated for the upcoming
The Flagler Senior Citizens Christmas events: One of Each of'Above Items With $5.00 "or More Food Order
Club held its meeting Tuesday Saturday, December 14, be
I
f evening, Dec 10, at the Flagler ginning at 10:30 A.M.: until 6 303 Can Shurfine Fruit 2% Can Sweet Treet Sliced

I{ Beach totalled Recreation 41 Center.including Attendance 8.I Ifirst. and P. M.means Mrs. chairman Frank Brede, invites, ways the I II Cocktail 5 For $1 Pineapple 3 $1 1 00
.tJmers. public to the Annual Christmas
The Club voted to change Its I I Bazaar which will consist of. a'Country
meeting dates to the first and Store" with homemade 303 Delmonte Garden
third Tuesday evenings of each I goodies of all sorts available to 12 Oz. Niblet
month instead of every two take home. 4 For OOC
weeks. The next meeting will There will also be a White Far / PEAS *
be a New Year's eve party which II Elephant booth, Christmas decorations CORN 5 89
Aprons and wearing
will take the place of the sched. 303 Georgia Red
uled meeting date. apparel. Beginning at 12 noon
Rev. E. Lester Stanton, chair. a "Snack" lunch will be served
1
,man, reported that a ,special during the afternoon. All proceeds 23 Oz. Southern Gem Whole Sweet TOMATOES 3 For 3 gc
will go toward'the club
work meeting had been called
for 9 a. m., Monday, Dec. 16, at mortgage.The POTATOES 2 For W
Limit 6 Please
the Flagler Beach Recreation Junior Woman's Club will
Center. Members are asked to have homemade cookies and "
bring lunch. candies to sell and their proceeds FROZEN FOODSKraft's
go toward their community Miracle
Birdseye Ford Hook or Baby

MILLER According projects. to Miss Emily Gage,I ""'

ELECTRONICS Christmas music chairman Program, scheduled the Novelty for WHIP 49 Limas 2 K. 47Limit

1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. Thursday, December 19, at 7:30P. :
.M. at the club house, is pro. 1 Please Mix or Match
REPAIRS ON TV'S gressing nicely. There will' bea 8 oz. Morton's BEEF or CHICKEN
.
WASHERSDRYERS variety of solos duets and a Lady Betty CucumberGARDEN

voices.chorus of This approximately entertainment 24 is Wlflers Qt. PIES 3 F5g:

Call Collect 672-0377 free to the public and refresh. Jar 39
ments will be served at the con. Limit ..

ALL WORK GUARANTEED elusion. ....................
"'
I '.rw COMMUNITY CHURCH FRESH PRODUCE 50 EXTRA 5.
Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M. FREE
PETERSON TEXACO with classes for all ages. Morn For
& H GREEN STAMPS
HEAD LETTUCE
SERVICE Ing worship is at 11 o'clock with 2 39S With this and
ROAD SERVICE Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. coupon
Your Purchase of 3 Lbs.
Light Mechanical Work NEW CABBAGE Lb. I!_., of Large DiamondWalnuts
Phone 437.3441 BunntU The Flag,er Beach Fireman .
and their families will have a IDAHO 10 ..
Christmas party In the Firehouse POTATOES 9- Coupon Expire.
BAKING ::
Bag Saturday, Dec. 14
Ij
December 21st 7:30 1963 '
at P.
I CommunityMemorial 'I There will be a short:Christmas M. ;M.NYL' W1LI'L%MAflJVUVUVWWWWJso .............."......., ..W'MtitVL............'

Church program and gift exchange. 50 EXTRA ;so EXTRA I
I.tee-d.a.rt.atIo.& FREE ; FREE 50 50 WEE, 50

AIR CONDITIONED I FASHION IN BEARDS S & H GREEN STAMPS JS & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS 1

Daytona AT.. Beards went out of fashion In With this coupon and With' this coupon and With this and !
Your Purchase of One conpon
FLAGLER BEACH 15th-century Europe when the Everfresh 2 Lb. FruitCake |Your Purchase o .$S.OO or Your Purchase of 2 i
Sunday School 10:00 A.Me introduction of helmets with 89c More Food Order
Fryers Whole
Church Service 11:00 A.M- chin pieces made a hairy'face or Cut-up
I impractical. Men also began to Coupon Expire Coupon Expires Coupon Expires :
R. W. DICKKRT WELCOME P t)rBVKnYOJTB crop their hair short In bowl Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963 ::!Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963 Saturday, Dec. 14, 1963
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I for the9FAMlIY" nurses and paramedical personnel I a "Keeper of the Klnfs
I representing 40 states have Otters" to look after the pack
I I
served aboard the white hospital i, of tame aquatic mammal trained -

ship S. S. Hope during her first;i I to catch fish for his table

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I EcJc&T10 ANNUAL GUESSING

and Shower I I MRS ALLEN HONORED !

Honors Miss I I WITH HOUSEWARMINGMrs. SURPRISE I i ITEM: If you have a shoe shelf on

Joann :Morris the floor of your closet, cover it THINK SO
Herbert Allen was given with strips cut from an old desk _.i JOHN, DIDN'T SEND 'EM A CARD 1
Bride-elect JoAnn Morris was a surprise housewarming Wednesday blotter. This will absorb moistureand WE ANYWAY AND
I ; o'ET A
honored Saturday afternoon witha II afternoon of last week. prevent mildew. DON'T FORGET

tea and miscellaneous showerat Hostesses for the affair were I II . CARP FROM THE+ BALE* AND // /'

the Walter Knight home, Haw I Mrs. H. C. Cobb and Mrs. Marvin ITEM: When putting a suit on a THE SMITHSUAST / -WE THe MCCARTHYS>: W/f.V///t, ,
DIDN'T
Creek. Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Parker. hanger to go In a suitcase or garment YEAS? ENOUGH SEND
Knight, Mrs. Tommy Dur- I bag, do not button the coat / CARDS LAST ....

ranee, Mrs. George Moody, Jr., Fall flowers were used as the Instead, lap the buttonhole side of
the coat well over the other side
centerpiece for the dining room
and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. I
and it will wrinkle less.
table which was used as the
The marriage of Miss Morris I .
to Mr. John Ellis will be an refreshment table.
I ITEM: Adding a new medicine
In I About thirty-five friends were
event of December 28th Orlando cabinet with large mirrors can add
which
Florida. present for the affair was
a new feeling of spaciousness to
table overlaid I I a complete surprise to the
The dining was. the bathroom. Modern cabinets are

with an Imported linen cloth I I honoree. made of steel, enameled Inside,
and centered with white chrys chromium-plated outside. Many of
anthemums and fern arrangedin RAYMOND DAVID LEWIS the good ones have integral lights,
some have adjustable mirrors,
a silver holder. Tills was Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis of others have locking: compartmentsfor

flanked with lighted white tapers Marathon Shores announce the storing medicines and toxic

in silver holders. Silver tea arrival of a 7 pound 12 ounce materials.

and coffee services were placedat son born November 28 at Fish. .

the ends of the table. ermans Hospital there. He has ITEM: Always use the undercoator

Pouring during the hours were been given the name of Ray primer recommended by the

Mrs. A. B. Anderson, Mrs. Moody, I mond David. manufacturer of the topcoat you
Mrs. Walter Cody, Mrs. H T. plan to apply. Occasionally, oneproducer'
j He is the grandson of Mr. and .
will
primer not be compatible
:R-
and
Cook, Mrs. Harry Atkinson
24 HourWrecker .
Mrs. Clyde Lewis of Bunnell. with another company's
Mrs. H. V. Peavy. topcoat, or vice-versa. For a satisfactory Service

Receiving the guests with Miss Lily Creal is a patient in the job, stick to the same .
Morris was her mother, Mrs. brand.
in
Halifax Hospital Daytona
Walter Morris, and Miss Bobby
Pritchert., Miss Pritchert will Beach for medical treatment. OSTRICH' HAS LARGEST EYE Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

serve as a bridesmaid in the of
I Alex Atkinson Brunswick, The largest eye found among MASSEY.FERGUSON
wedding. Georgia visited here during the land animals belongs not to a Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
About called during
fifty guests
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
past mammal but the ostrich. Keen
7-3242
the afternoon. Phone ID
VIRGIL DECKER
Harry Atkinson and family. vision and the ability to run 40

miles an hour protect this flight' Owner Bunnell, Florida
Mose Atkinson, stationed in
I Mrs. Daisy Buckles has returned less bird from its enemies.
California with the Airforce, is
to her home here after
leave and is visiting with his .
on I
i a visit in Jesup, Georgia with
brother and sister In law, Mr.
her son in law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Atkinson. and Mrs. Brady Wadsworth.Mrs. I a

Mrs. C. A. Park of Atlanta,
Clyde Lewis has returnedto
Georgia is visiting here with her
visit in I
her home here after a '
parents, "Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .
Marathon Shores with Mr. and
Lewis for short stay. She accompanied / i1 -
Mrs. David Lewis and her new
Her father to Mara grandson, Raymond David Lewis. I
thon Shores for a two day visit II

with Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis' House guests of Mr. and Mrs. I II

and young son. Bob Cook for a visit of two weeks

were their son and daughter in II
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden are I
law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook
leaving this week for Elizabeth.ton
and three daughters of Chicago.
Term. for a holiday visit During their stay here Mr. and
!in law anddaughter I
with their son
I Mrs. Cook enjoyed a short trip
Mr. and Mrs. Julian I i
their children
to Nassau while
Caudlll and family.Mr. I
I visltied with the grandparents. I Illys

and Mrs. D. D. Moody and Ilt
Mr. and Mrs. Bion Matherly
Miss Iona Moody spent Thanksgiving .
have as their house guests this I
in Georgia,'
Day Baxley week, his brother and sister In ,.
with the Summerall family. law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Math. I ; ; '"

They were accompanied home I erly of Louisville, Ky. i I ? Ilil
by Nan Marie and Susan Horn : M
I
who remained for a weekend ; '1.I J h M''
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Woodsof
'
visit. I
Lakeland were guests of Mr.

and Mrs. Andy Yelvington Sat.
Mrs. C. A. Riddell was a pa urday and Sunday.
tient in the Flagler Hospital in I -

St. Augustine for medical treat. Mrs. H. O and Miss

ment. Lynn Orem have recently return.
-
ed to their home in Flagler
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter I Beach after a visit with relatives
had as their guests Tuesday and Akron. -
Wednesday, Mrs. Paul Wayne I Iin

Potter of Neva Falls, N. Y. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd . .for a "Merry Christmas" all year thruGive .., .

Robertson during the past week'Jend .r
Mrs. Allen Reynolds is a, patient .
I In the Halifax Uospita'where were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Anderson Better Electrically.,right airtight down your list, and

she underwent surgedthis of Kingsland, Georgia. everyone will be glad you didl! You're giving convenience, efficiency
'Mrs. Anderson Is Mrs. Robert.
week. son's mother. ,easier living when you give electric gift*.They're"helping

hand the year-round. . to make work lighter and entertaining

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris Daily foods make up about 28 brighter.And you'll be remembered gratefully whenever they're used

were In Gainesville Sunday on percent of our total food supply;
I business and also visited with yet, only 19 cents out of each THE "NEW LOOK" IN GIFTS IS ELECTRIC

their daughter, JoAnn, who is a market basket dollar goes for s.. these and many more it your ftvorHt ttort

student at the University. dairy products., Bad Coverings Fry Pint Rotisserles eJ L
Blenders Hair Dryers Sandwich Grill
Broilers Heating Pads Shawn ,
Cleaners Can Openers Juke Extractor* Shoe Polishers
Park-In Laundry and Dry Carving Knives Knife Sharpeners Toastars lUttis
Cassaroltt Lamps .Toothbrushes t tts
ALSOJabaly's Clocks (TaM t floor) Vacuum Cleaners ra$
Waffle Baker
CcMte Makers Massage/Vibrators
Rug Cleaners. Corn Poppers Meat GIMe"elld tot that vary
Deep Fat f'rytrs Power Tools spocMflft:
AND KI .- ,IBiWs Food Mixers Radio HI-FI( ,TV ALL-ELECTRIC KITCHEN UT THIS-PAGE 1Rt BOOKUT -
iMiul topC K4....*.
& Hat CleanersWALTON -
Shoe Repair 'A TraaaT d CMidaaat
.. . .kaaM
""' -tit tameless L >s -
JOHNSTON, AGENT ? Mjf j .w Mar Mum
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ID 7-3575 BUNNELL

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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 12 1963

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Hits wasteland qf mud 'in the speed of the earth's rota historical records, and reports of 'If THR CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB

Drought Seven states canceled hunting i tion-and the growing networkof crop failures, show large variations I UK NmHNTII FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AM CIRCUIT FORFLAOLi4R

seasons and banned fires in the paved highways. in rainfall but no clearly COUNTY. IN CHANCFRY. -
United States
woods. defined cycles. I NO. 4T8TBJARNB
powder-dry Meteorologists explain, however UR8IN.

Asia and BrazilThe j New Jersey firemen fought a j that droughts usually develop Plaintiff
when of air A ready hand Is better thana va.
stream
forest fire with water drawn a dry ':SARAH M. VAN PELT, et al.

rains never came, and I from an abandoned mine shaft I persistently pours into a region, ready tongue. : Defendant. ,

drought parched wide areas of I and pumped through a hali-mlle [supplanting moist air. But nobody i -.......... .. ..... ......1 I TO: nOTiCE SARAH TO M. VAN DEFEND PELT not

the World in 1963. 1 of hose. They had to bypass amore I knows why the air cur- I II 0. P. ALFORD known to be dead or .allv; and

Parts of Asia were hit hardest, ( convenient water supplyIn I| rents shift, and weathermen :i Registered ALL. UNKNOWN GRANTEES HEIRS., ASSIONKES r>KI8EKH -,

t the National Geographic Society a nearby, but ebb';lg, reser I cannot predict droughts. I UENORS, OR OTHER CREDITORS PARTIES TRUSTEES OR I

says. More than 300,000 Pakistanis voir. I :1.4.Real Estate Broker CLAIMANTS claiming by. through i
It Is held that
widely dry under or against the aid SARAHM.
t were forced to abandon In Williams, Arizona, wherein I I! spells come in cycles. Studies I'I Bunnell. Florida VAN PELT (who I. not known I
their homes In West Pakistanto to be dead or alive) In or to the
f normal times stockmen buy of tree rings, old water levels, following described land situated
seek food"and water as famine water for their herds from a I ._ I In Flagler County Florida, to-wlt:
Part of Government Lot 2 or
followed a prolonged dry coin-operated dispenser giving I Section :.. Township 11 South.:

speh.'I 250 gallons for 25 cents, the severe I NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE( ler Range County 31 East Florida situated, and In Flag-more

Tin mines in Burma and Ma.layawere drought reduced a quater's j particularly described as follows:
The fin policies write still the ginning at where the
Insurance we give some
closed because no wa rofolg
I worth to 90 gallons. I South II said' Government
dependable F tectioii. lint, today you can often enjoy adattionat Lot
ter, was available to wash the Texans who have learned to ] Intersects the Easterly
,
+ boundary of the 509 foot rightof
coerage benefits) -Home Owner's Policy at
ore-bearing; mud. Fertile rice- live with and laugh at drought, very .way of the Florida Intracoastal
little extra cost Waterway, according to plat recorded
China'ssouTeastern
1 growing provinces on revived the wry story of the In Plat Book 4 atofa ire It

; coast suffered the rancher who said, "Well, the Remember K. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you of ler the County Public Florlda1 Records and running Flag

worst drought in centuries. wind blew the ranch plumb into take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 31.3381or thence .North U. 41' liS" West, along
the said Easterly right of boundary
I
e Reservoirs Dwindle Old Mexico, but we ain't lost stop in soon for l lull details. a distance of 859 way.S8 feet,

Hong Kong reservoir almost'I everything. We get to keep the thence distance North of 918 12'.88 31'feet 04 to" East Permanent a

emptied during seven months of I' mortgage." 'I H.:T. COOK AGENCY Reference Monument No.,.1,
437-3361 Citizens located on the top edge of''the
subnormal rainfall. Household : Rainfall "MI'irated.HMany Phone Bank Building Bunnell na.W ocean barrier, thence continuing

w4fcr: was severely rationed, I North ei* 31' 04* East a distanceof
approximately! BOO feet to ,the
and: the entire economy of thecolony" farmers who originally I 'cO" .n' . "" .. .. . . -, .. . .. mean high water line of the wa
settled in Texas and the Great I ters 6f the Atlantic Ocean; thence
suffered. Devout Chinese Southeasterly on a meander of the
I released fish and turtles in the Plains thought that rainfall was rlOURS DAY NIGhT I pen high water line of the water
westward with them FOR ALL OR of the Atlantic Ocean, a distance
migrating '
sea and turned loose pet monkeys of approximately 7J6.SS feet to
by the good graces of Providence I t ht Sooth line 6t the said Government
deer, and birds on landto .Lot 2: thence South *-
I f propitiate the spirits. Others believed plowing the soil AMBULANCEvAlle; 46' It- West along the Sooth line
Increased precipitation The 4 5I of the said Government Lot! 2. a
/1 I SEtfVifcE ,1 distance.of approximately 54.0 feet
The worst dotight of the century great drought of 1894.95 burst I :: to a point on the top edge of the
AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
In Brazil shrank river levels I that bubble. ST. ocean barrier and said po1ntl being
Bout 23* 4%' 04" East> distance

to dangerous. lows. Hydroelectric In the 19308, some people de. Never be hesitunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We ot 71 .41.Permanent feet from ReferenceMono the above mentioned -

I had to ration tided that radio broadcasting ment No. 1, thence
I continuing
slowing are always at your service: with promptness, safety and South 88* 46' 11" West Along ,the
power; industrial production I prevented rain by putting large -, South, line of the said Government
t and temporarily blackIng amounts of electricity into the experience Let 2. a, distance of 84005 feet to
I the, point oC beginning of this. de
.
I out households. atmosphere. Thousands of farmers Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator scription
Subject, however '
to right of
Drought or near-dought prevailed wrote Congress asking that .
way of State Road #9. A1X
I
In the United States from all stations be silenced until Garcia Funeral t Home hearings are referred to the True

the Great Plains to Hew Eng rain broke the tragic drought. Meridian and parcel contains 8.41
,
acres more or less, exclusive I of
I land. In normally humid Massachusetts The 1963 crisis has been P. E. GARCIA, Licensed' Funeral Director the right of way of State Ho/vd
I No,
the reservoir at Worcester blamed variously on nuclear explosions LADY ASSISTANTNEWCHEVELLE tMAlj; of said Government Lot

became dried* cracked Increase .. .. . . .. 2, :lying Southerly of a Westerly
a sunspots, an ...""' """ .. .'4. .'4"" .'4. . production of the Northerly boundary
r Of the above dn f>rlh.A nAP
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eel 1( Northerly of a West produc
tion of the South boundary of the
above described parcel: Easterly
pf the Easterly. mean high water
line of the. Florida Intracoastal
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Waterway and Westerly of the
Easterly right of way boundary
of the said te '
'
; 0.81 acres, more or.rafe'laontalnln&

\ ." The last described parcel being
: subject to a canal right of way
Ii : easement to the United States of
BYCHtVROLETThe America.
\ Together
with all
common law
.' t kind ef to-8 or V8-you'd expect and littoral water rights and ri
r parian rights appertaining to said
frern ene ef Chevy's greet highway two parcels of land,:

I performers. Come on down and drive ft. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint has been filed
against you In the above, entitled l
cause now pending In the Circuit
L Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit .
of Florida In and for Flagler
\ County, In Chancery. wherein
B arne Ursln Is plaintiff the
\ above named and referred at'dp: -
ties are defendants, and
A you are
;" required| to Sic your answers
"ldnd of comfort you'd .. ": pleadings to the complaint with or
'' the Clerk of said Court and to
expect 'Itrje
Interior.
1 In a serve a copy thereof upon the

Come on down and lit! In It. 8.n f1l1.lntlff"s attorneys.. 211 Hall BulldlnSuoMEnSe

cn.d Street. Miami 32. Flor"I !
than January 1. 1964:
It you fan to do so' Judgment by
default will be taken against
for the relief prayed for in you the
complaint

Said suit was instituted for the
purpose of reforming that certain
Deed from Isaac Payntar to Abraham -
Payntar. also known an
Abraham S. I'ayntar. dated August
11. 1914 died ,Auugst 22 1914 andnWi
'in! Deed Book 82. page 101
II Records of fit Johns
County. Florida, and re-nled for
record on October 14. 1920 and
re-recorded In Deed Book
671 of the Public Records oJ. page)
ler County. Florida and for the
purpose of quieting the title to

saida' Barne ten against the
I
the
H _
claim
and Interests of said defendants -
and each of them.
This notice shall be published
'. The: kind of fresh stJUnl-lnslde and out- \ once each week for four-consecutiye .
weeks In The FlAlrler'Trlbune.
': that makes It the year's smartest surprise. , noNE AND
New ChettlU 3Jt6u Sport Coqp nell. Florida, this 26thEday of BNovember -
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Come down and stare at It. 1963.
I E. A. SMYTIIE
\
Clerk of the

j ..} Now-Chevy spirit in a new kind of car I, of Dy Flalil'ler Julia Deputy R..County Harvey CircUit Clerk Florida Court

.,; (Circuit Court Seal)
Dec. G.U1.I.U
''', We built this one to do more than just stand around way it muffles noise and cushions bumps. i 1963-Uc,

looking beautiful Held its weight down in the 3,000And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen shows

pound range. Then built four lusty engines-:two sixes up beneath this one's suave good looks, too. (Hbr 1IIagl.r OTrtbunp 1

and two V8's-with output all the way up to 220 horses I Sound good?There's more.Like the fact that Chevelle Ht'NNKLl,

And if that makes you think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven models-convertibles, FLORIDA

you've got the right idea. sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport models

You've also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch with front bucket seats. like the fact that (and see if MRS. M. B. FULLER EditorJJe.e1..te4

wheelbase keeps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all) the .
OflUlal ... .
.lIeaU.
Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price!
traffic( and very easy to park. new I..
Public
ITetlees
i With its Full Coil suspension, it's got a ride mI Like to hear morel The listening's wonderful Municipalities ef FlaglerCe..ty

that reminds you of the Jet-smooth kind the at your Chevro1etdea1er's-and so's the driving. ..4 ... State ef Fiends tkereU
OptoMj.!"**.(Ml


Chevrolet Showroom-CHEVROtn, CHEVElLE, CHEVY U, CORVAIR & CORVETTE Entered as second class
Set five entirely! different kinds of cars at matter
your ..... .... . ... .
\.-r/, rr-f-immi I---_U--I---IT__..---......-...- ---- -- - --- ---- -- -- -- February. mi. at the postofflce
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.1 at Bunnell. Florida, under act of'

: March I. UTI.

". HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

t One year -- ,____n.1t

Six month .]|
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r Fresh D and D Fla. (2. 2V
S -*-. F1R 3 $$2011

/1\ for
I U. S. D. A. Choice


S YULE Chuck Roast lb 39p


Swift's Premium Swift' Premium
FRANKSSAUSAGE":I f'-

I 1 Ib pkg. 4ge I_1 It>> Roll 330

V EASY Lean-Boston Butt

Y a 4{ 4 J 1PORK ROAST Ib.I 39*

Streak 0' LeanWHITE
.,_. BACON !LJ"
I 31C
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; Lean
'S '
'! .Lbs. $*tf,00,
5' BRISKET STEW ,3
,. ,., .
i GIANT SIZE Wisconsin Daisy

z.. HOOP CHEESE A Lb. 4't

3'g .

I PIG FEET.........:.....................6 n,..'IM

...;;;' NECK BONES.......,.,....6Ibs' 1oo'

Y' RIB I TIPS I ...........::.:......... S lb.$11'00...
(Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more Food Order)

Sun Spun (1 tb Qtrs.) KraftORANGE HQG MAW......,.................C. ,b.l

OLEO JUICE PIG I TAILS I .................... 5 .Ib.',:!00

OX TAILS .. 4 .'
55 Ibs.TURKEY
Z Ib,. Z9 Qt. Bottle *
N ECKS.4, Ibs.
R
GINGHAM GIRL ( ) OUR VALUESHORTENING
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F L 0 UIr'ine freeApothecary

5 .,29* 3 Tin 38e.

Limit (1) with $5.00 or more Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more
Food Order Food Order
I


Kleenex (White or Ass't. Colors Regular Box o; 12 ', ,Jar
u
FAMILY NAPKINS KOTEX Y .

Pkg. of 60 fOe 3 for$100 with the / .. ..1purchase
of
;)
8 COMPLEXION SIZE
HAWAIIAN PUNCH BORDEN'S EVAPORATED .
MILK CAMAY r ,
(Red Only)
oz. $ 346 ... 8 CANS



FROZEN SEFOODS. GOBEL BEER 6 CARTON PACK oot

Okra 10 Oz. Pkg.
gut CornButter Each 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE

GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
Beans 19 With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
Chopped I Broccoli I (1) 6 Oz. Jar Instant (1) 12 Oz. Can VanCamp's $5.00 or More Food
Maxwell House Coffee Corned Beef Order
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
FRESH PRODUCE Sunday, Dec. 15, 1963 Sunday, Dec. 15, 1963 Sunday, Dec. 15, 1963

U.S. No. 1
>. B"
POTATOES'IOU 37e

4 Pound Cello

BAG APPLES Each 39e "II,, . '

I Large FancyTOMATOES' Ili.
"".
25e

1 lb. Cello Bag OPEN SUNDAYS ( Phone 437-3227
C A R R 0 T S Each 9 8:00 a.m1 soo p.m. U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
QUANTJTY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good Dec. 12, 13, 14, 15, 19 3I



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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNElL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 12, 1963
TENBooks


Ar-My DishBy HORSES MoU'rn.The words -MILK SAID TO BE i Your KLAIil.KH IY run CIRCUIT COUNT.COURT KMUtlDA.OF

i reek of old paint tubes and turpentine RADIOACTIVE GUARDThe MIOTJBL IN CHANCKHY BRBTAL NO. 4TWPlalDtllr

I Romans) in this study of a great Mental HealthBy

( Dorothy I I' painter who does the telling]! old milk cow along with I MARIA URPITAL

Do you want to find something I Gulley Jimson, Just out of Jail, other livestock and poultry ( N. L. Davidson) I D41rtlOdd.Ul

to read If you are lucky and I II I is heading like a homing pigeon' would serve as primary safeguards %.}T1F; Tt IKE ARIL
I it out There Is a time .
I Talk I,TIll: -TATE OK FLORIDA TO
+I have a mind like a divining rod for his old houseboat to see if of our health during a bottle it this I MAUIA BRBTAL

that veers over to the book It I his paintings have escaped the nuclear attack, a Florida Agricultural 'I to talk. Don't up, I You eon UNA. HI'A IK
/ not be as easy as it sounds. are hereby notified that rt
may
needs, you won't need any clues. I tides and vandals. Jimson's other Extension Service specialist ,suit has been filed against you In
results from
Much unhappiness the above entitled and
I cause; you
: But one good clue Is the opening i paintings are in the Tate reports.Dr. i I not trying to talk about it Do are hereby required ktoot hr.o'gO answer t
of a story. Here are but he hasn't a sou with the
+! sentence Galleries, I Barney Harris, Jr., assist not put it oft confide your worryto and to serve a copy thereof upon
f books at not I I
some examples from In his pockets. You would the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorneywhose ,
4 : Library ant dairyman at the Universityof some level-headed person name and address is:
\ the Flagler Woman's Club want him around the house but SAMUEL V. HOLCH
t trust There is someone
he paint. An exciting, Incredible Florida, says the body systems -I you can I 110 N. 3rd Street
: can of our food animals would in your home, your schoolor f Palatka, Florida U. S. A
truth universally ac- book. And all there In not later than January 14, 1X4
I ) "It Is a act as a primary barrier against your community who knows I If you fall to do BO, decree pro

S! knewledged, that a single man that sentence. i the accumulation of radioactive I how to listen and help. oonfesso will\ be entered against Fn
fortune you for the relief demanded the
win possession of a good i I material by humans. bill of complaint. The nature of
I
must be In want of a wife." Jane Talking things out often helps said suit being for divorce.
TRIMESTER CUTS I I to see what can do about WITNESS my hand and seal of
Austen's PRIDE AND PRE.iUDICE. He explains that the digestive, you you said Court this 10th day of Decem-

is the plot In gen COURSESUniversity and sys.1 it The world will seem ber A, D. 191U.
mammary
Here DOWN excretory I (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
,; eral of the BenneU, their unmarried tems of these animals would J like a better place to live in Clerk of said Circuit Court

\ of ftorida students and after the inner tension, the By Julia R Harvey
radio.
and their pursuit discriminate excrete
daughters Clerk

t' of charming (and rich) Mr. Bing. I. adjusted initially system by,to taking the state'strimester ewer active elements. Therefore, worry Is relieved.HASTINGS I Pec. U.19-26 1983 &San JUUREqtEIT -_

t ley. I"when the animals were used as wvw..vww !! FOR BIDS!!!
according to the university's
"LONDON. Michaelmas Term I courses, I" a food source or supply, the animals I I Notice Is hereby given that the
president for academic MATTRESS I Board of County Commlssoners of
'I over lately, and the Lord Chan. I I \themselves would have II Flagler County Is considering the
jl celor: sitting in Lincoln's Inn affairs/ Robert B. Mautz. served as the strongest safeguard & UPHOLSTRY WORKS sale of the: following countyownedpropert1'

Hall. Implacable November." I Mautz said this conclusion is against contamination. i 710-12 Lemon St. I. One (1) parcel of land commencing -

It sounds like stags directions Indicated by comparison of an Surpluses of grains and agricultural I Palatka Florida EastHalf at the Southwest of the South corner half of the of

In, a play, but Dickens I think,I I annual 'grade distribution study products frequently I Phone EA 5-9166 Tract Johns 3 Development, Block IS, according Company's to Subdivision St.

was always closer to the stage, Just completed by his office. considered
than to the library.. You get mys !i 1 one of our greatest safe Repaired & Refinished iha Range:' a 30 distance East; thence of ort
also Mattresses & Box Springs
that the fog i I Comparison of the studies along the North boundary line of
tery here and a hint the university's guards in the event of a nuclear Made 10 Order Also Renovated the right of way of State Road

will always hover over the this unfortunate reveals grades continue(that to reflect the conflict The United States is one Call Laura Morris 437-3233 No.beginning 28 the same of the being description the placeof of

Wards in Chancery In attendance of the few nations In the world 'After 6:00 P. M. the land involved, thence running
And Lady Ded- higher quality student ff distance of 100 feet along -
about.
is
book noncontaminatedreserve teN
of"Na" with such a PRICES REASONABLE. boundary line of
the percentage
lock. as Dr. Harris points out BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. the right of way of said State
continued the upward Road; thence running North a distance -
"1 was walking by the Thames. be Just as near as your thence running
t This surplus may even a of 200 feet
Half morning on an autumn trend Indicated during the past Phone or Post Office West a distance of 100 feet; thence
past more potent protector of our Call South 200 feet more or
while the percentageof Drop Us A Card or running
;day. Sun In a mist like an five years country than our stockpile of nuclear & Delivery less, to the place of beginning.
Free Pick-up
continued
All "D's" and "E's" 2. Platform scales located on
orange In a fried fish shop. weapons. above property for weighing trucks.

bright below." Joyce Cary's THE, downward. I scales 3. Structure housing above

Separate bids will be consideredfor
J I'H : the land the scales and the
.
I T. buildingSealed
,,.. I bids will be received until
I '.,. t .., '' >:00 AM January 6. 1914 at the
'c- office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Courthouse Bunnell. Florida
CALLBUNNELL The Board of County Commissioners
; reserves the right to reject -
I h \
any and all bids
Dated at Bunnell Florida this
4th day of December A. D 19t3
0 H. COWART. Chairman

ATTEST E. A. :SMYTHE, Clerk

: CO. Dec.- 13-19-2tc
) MOTOR
; Ali ITT THK CIRCUIT coi HT OPPLAfJMSn
(OtINTY, FLORIDAIN
: 1 : ( IIAN( ERV NO. 4TK4
JANET FLANDERS KELLY.
Plaintiff
VI.
THOMAS KELLY.
1 Defendant
j NOTICE TO DKFUNI1
ID 7.3301 THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
THOMAS KELLY
171 MacLaren Street
i 1 Ottawa Ontario Cahada
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
:L. are hereby required to file your answer
/ i.--, .. '" with the Clerk of this Court
For and to serve a copy thereof upon
-' the Plaintiff, or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address is;
SAMUEL V. HOLCH
" 110 North 3rd Street
; Palatka. Floridanot
later than December 23rd. A. D.
t. !" : 1963.
\ I 's.Fuel It you fall to do so. decree pro
Gas'X, confesso will be entered against
: "f" you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
i suit being for divorce.
said
V 1 0 I , \ ; WITNESS my hand and seal of
.' ,. I : Court this 19tb of No.
a ." : :n ., said day
,
I ." .' ,, 1 11(, \' vember. A. D 1963.
4 : ( i :
\ '' Omclaijerk .aid Court
of Circuit
I H' Nov 21-28 Dec. 5-13-4tc_

", Lubrication Needs IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVKVT1I -

i ; Jt'fWIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ANU FOIL KLAT.I.KH COUNTY
FLORIDA. K llITY! NO. 47M

,CARMEN MONTESANO..
Plaintiff,

FLORENCE VMONTESANO,
1'M' Defendant
: 'I, NOTICE TO Al'PRAH AM
: ; AN4WFU
'
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE

:t' : COMMERCIAL HOUSEHOLDQuality : OF TO FLORIDA: FLORENCE MONTESANO

: <; : ;, 2n RAILROAD AVENUE
,. STIRLING NEW JERSEY
"' ' : . II You are hereby notified that a
I'i'i/ ,, ,.. suit has been brought against you
In the Circuit Court of Flagler
Florida, 'In Equity, by e
CARMEN MONTESANO, and you
---- to file
\ are hereby required person
. ally or by attorney with the Clerk
. of said Court your written defenses
if any to the Bill In Equity
In said suit on or before the 23rd
day of December, A. D 11(3, and
Fast also to serve a copy of your writ
Low ten defenses upon Messrs Osslnsky
: a Krol. Attorneys for Plaintiff at
.
their office address at 411 Lain
Street, Daytona Beach Florida, on''
or before the 23rd day of Decem
her A. D 1983. as required by the
Florida Equity Rules of Civil Procedure
and herein fall not or Decree -
Pro Confesso! and Final Decree -
I will be entered against you
Cost Service by default
Products That the name of the Court In
I I which said suit has been Instituted.Is .
the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial "
Circuit of Florida In and
for Flagler County In Equity and<
that the title of said cause Is as
\ : herelnabovc set forth.
/ You are further notified that th<.'
nature o. said suit Is a suit for dlvorce
t .
WITNESS my hand and seal of
office at Bunnell Florida this 14th
day of November A. D. 193
E. A. SMYTHS, as Clerk of
COUNTY the Circuit Court of nag!.'
ALL FLAGLER County Florida

SERVING OSSINSKY(Circuit Court& KROL

Sol Icl tors for Plaintiff
,,411 Main Street '
1 Daytona Beach. Florida
I Nov n.!! & Dec -lS->4tcPAGE

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