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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 19, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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; t'b VOLUME 51, NO. 50 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1963 '2.50 A YEAR 'I
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r. American Legion LOCAL SHRINE 'r Fryman f
CLUB ELECTS THE WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS)

Plans For Census I! NEW OFFICERS Receives Painful

i The Flagler County Shrine

f. Of Every Veteran I Club held their annual Christmas r Burns Monday :

,t party and election of officers HEY MOM, Y THfSItewALK MOMICUeANEI Andrew Fryman, 16yearoldson I
American Legion members of I Thursday evening at the : MOTHER, I PICKED AN'CARRIED of Mr. and Mrs. William
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Florida will conduct a statewide Woman's Club Building. Thirty. TBe PI SNES UP ALL
., OUT TtV Fryman of Bunnell, received severe ;
I t CLOTHES.WANT
veterans Information census seven members and guests were ARE DONE TRASH CANS., first and second degree 4\
't that will reach Into every present. ME NEED ANYT111NG ,
burns on his back and legs early
home In the state, during the LOOK;MOM, AT TN tTnRe -
F' Zack Holland was elected to I COMBEDMYHA4R VAZUUM A Monday morning when his pa I
months of January February, serve as president for next year. TN UVk 4 NOOM r jamas ignited after contact witha
i, and March, 1964. Serving with him will be Dean
AN'CIEANFD r I gas stove at the family home,
The gigantic undertaking is Holland as vice president and UPMV 308 North Anderson Street

r the first to be conducted by The Stan Novak as second vice president ROOM f I = I lie was carried by Craig am
John Rice was elected as
bulance to the Halifax
American Legion In any stateof Hospitalin
the Union. It will serve as secretary and Corb' Sullivan as I Daytona Beach, and was accompanied .

a pilot program for the entire treasurer. I by his parents And

p national organization. John Hardln who was driving

the ambulance.En .
The purpose of the census, Is Deen At route at Nova Road and '

to pinpoint by name and ad. Billy 11th Street a car driven by Rob

dress, each and every veteran Meet I ert E. Harper and also travelIng I I
i now living In the State of Florida Chicago south, apparently pulled out

t. who saw service in World I In front of the ambulance as it

War 1, World War 2 and the Of Ag. EngineersBilly 'I was attempting to pass the line

Korean Conflict Deen of Bunnell was in of traffic. The ambulance over
Florida, with: one of the three II turned after sideswiping
Chicago last week attending the a car.
k fastest growing veteran populations 1963 winter meeting of the No one In the ambulance or car I
In the nation, has a number
was Injured.
American Society of Agricultural
estimated at somewhere bet Engineers in the Palmer House. Xmas Methodist ChurchTo Woodward Lowther ambulance
Community
tween 700,000 and 1,000,000. I I Nearly 2,000 agricultural engi I transported the patient and his ""

r" ., The census ha been set up, neers from throughout the na Have Christmas f parents from the scene of the
Tree
and will be conducted the same tion and several foreign coum Sponsored I accident to the hospital. Mrs.

as the Federal Census, with a tries were in attendance at the I Ferris Solomon of Bunnell was

I breakdown of population by meeting, where they exchanged By LegionPost Program SundayRev. following the ambulance and

I county divisions. information about the latest del assisted in the transfer.
and Auxiliary The annual Community Christ. Howard Porter, pastor of I "
Both Legionnaires velopments In four major divisions Hal Lee of the Highway Pa i
will for mas Tree and program, sponsor. the First Methodist Church of
workers wear caps of agricultural engineering ed by The American Legion Bunnell, said the Choir will pre. trol Investigated the accident "
identification to the general pubblic.
full uni -power and machinery, electric Post 115, will be held in frontof sent a Christmas Cantata as and said no charges were filed '
will
wear
Many
t power and processing, soil the Bunnell Civic Center on part of the morning worship against either driver
All will membership ,
forms.cards for further carry identifi and water, and farm structures. Saturday evening at 6:30. service on Sunday. The service Young Fryman's condition to I

Papers were presented at the All children of the communityare will also include the sermon by reported as satisfactory,

cation. meeting on subjects including invited to attend. Plans are Rev. Porter. His subject will be
All veterans in the state are
!
the, future of the satellite weather being made for Santa to arrive "Put Christ In Christmas." ,
with the
asked to
cooperate Information information station, flame on the Firetruck and distributethe The evening program will be Allen Burrows '..
workers by giving the
f control of weeds, controlled atmosphere .
bags of candy which are being the annual Sunday School Birthday
asked. The census starts
f' storage of fruits, and given by the Legion. Party for Jesus. The I'

January 2, and closes March 31, I program Passed AwayDecember
various methods for disposing of Members of the Legion and will include singing of 'I
1SC4. Census hours are from
and convertIng poultry and live Auxiliary will meet at the M. B. Christmas Carols and the showIng I
3 to 7:30 P.M.UNIVERSITY. 2nd
stock wastes.A Fuller home Friday night to fill II of colored slides of Christ.

pesticide application seminar ,. the candy bags. mas scenes for which the Sun Allen D. Burrows of 801 East

was devoted to clarifyingthe Steve Cyzyckl, who is in day School members have posed. I I Lambert Avenue, Bunnell, passed .

L' GETS role of chemicals in modern charge of the program,_ said the Each one present will make away very suddenly on December
: ORCHID COLLECTION I agricultural production, and out. Girl Scouts and Brownie troops their birthday contribution as 2nd in a Philadelphia,

An orchid collection valued at ,lining proper methods of handl have volunteered to sing Christ. their blrthmonth candle Is lit. I Pa. hospital.
ing and application of pesticidesboth The offering will be for the
more than $10,000 has been pre. mas Carols on the program. He entered the hospital about
sented to the University of Flor for agriculture and for the This an annual community Methodist Chlldrens Home at i 9:30: Sunday evening and passed I

ida's Agricultural Experiment home owner. service project of the local Enterprise. Following the program :away around one o'clock Mon

r: Dr. J. R. Beckenbach, director, An agricultural engineering Legion Post. It is given for the refreshments will be served day afternoon from a coronary
R has announced.The exposition in conjunction with children of the county. at the Educational building. occlusion. Funeral service was
the A.S. A. E. meeting displayed
In Philadelphia.Mr. .
gift was presented by
Mrs. Puncan McCulloch of products, components, equipment City Hall Will BROWNIE 701 I' and Mrs. Burrows had
systems, and services related
Gainesville In honor of her late TROOP NEWS spent the past three months In
to today's agriculture.CARD Be Closed For
husband. Mr. McCulloch collect. Brownie Troop 701 made I Philadelphia on business and
ed the orchids through the yearsas I The HolidaysBunnell also visiting with relatives, and
OF THANKS Christmas Candles at their meet.
a hobby. had planned to return to their
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City Hall will be ing last week. Afterwards they
The collection of some 500 We would like to take this opportunity j home here this month.
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plants includes a number of or. I of expressing our sin. closed the week of December hiked to the local hospital to Among the survivors is hU
I I II Christmas
for the Holidays. They
chills valued at more than $100!I cere appreciation to our friends I II will reopen Monday, December distribute ,the candles to pa. wife, Mrs. Lillian Burrows.

each. Dr. Beckebach says the for their prayers, expressions of I 30. tients. This was a delightful experience
collection will be used both for sympathy visits, and Hull's Grandson
I many
I Garbage will be picked up for the Brownies a? ,
research and display. thoughtful deeds of kindness at
Monday and Friday, December they felt they were doing their :
"Orchid research by the Agricultural I the loss of our brother, E. A. 23 and 27, during the morning I Killed SaturdayDouglas y
Experiment Stations is Hunter This has meant muchto hours. daily good deed.
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still quite small," he points out, I I us. The group also made Christ. Hull, grandson of Mr.

"but, even so, it Is probably as Bill and Adah Kudrna. mas wreaths to take home. At and Mrs. C. B. Hull of Flagler
SENIOR MYF TO I Beach, was killed Instantly on ,
large as any organized research t their meeting today they will
effort on orchids as exists any. I AMERICAN -ROSETTA STONE" HOLD BAKE SALE place handmade decorations on Saturday night near his homeIn

where in the world at this The "Rosetta Stone" of Ameri the Christmas tree In front of Port Huron, Mich. He was
time." can archeology is a fragment of I The Senior Methodist Youth City Hall.Assisting. 14 years of age. i

Current orchid research Is be. a large stele unearthed by a Fellowship' group will hold a He bad attended a church pro. :

ing conducted on Insect and disease National Geographic Society ex bake sale on Friday afternoon them In their projects gram and while returning home :

control, virus pedition in Mexico. The stone at four p. m. in front of the I were co-leaders Alice Johns. he was run down by an automobile .

cultural and identlflcatlOn'1 I bears a date equivalent to 921 Bunnell Post Office. ton and Glennys Panzyniak, and dying Instantly.

lems, genetic I B.C--the earliest recorded date The proceeds will be used for I assistant leaders Freda Ryder Funeral services were held

gation. I I ever found In the New World. their Christmas projects. and Glenda Pelllcer. Tuesday In Port Huron.


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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 19, 1963Ql&uda

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sansevieria and sdndapsus. foliage means either too intense j mixture. When the hole Is half West of the Southeast corner
thence North SO'49'03
thereof
in :
QackKln? i I light, lack of fertilizer, root rot i filled, settle the loose earth with West 1244.56 feet to the Point of
Plants that will grow under Ceglnnlnjr.; thence North WlO'57"
o: possibly root injury. Yellow, water and repeat the watering Last Ito feet, thence North
(By Kerrey Sharpe) ,, adverse conditions but need
wilting or soft growth could I when the space around the :::0.41'03.! Went sob feet, thenr*
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more light and more humiditythan .North 06.U'53" West 206.16 feet
Planting misteltoe over the come from too much heat or i i plant is filled and firmed. thence North 20.1903"Vest 1600

threshold-known as Yultide I diffenbachia those just fiscus mentioned are I I from root injury. Small leaves, I I feet*1 /i.JIftwt; thence, thence North North I4I1'13"%0.49'03"i West

gardening-will be the top activity : gonium and, philodendrons, palms, syn-cor- I long Internodes could be from : N ;;;;;: :' "' .N--"..='..... i West a curve 847.62 feet concave to the Northeasterlywith Beginningof I

for many self.styled farmera I ( too little light or too high tem i j a radius of 34,227 feet; thenceI
datum hastatum Imbe F. ALFORD rr
hybrid ( r o. I ;Northwesterly along Wild curve
for the next two weeks. | "Orlando" panduraefome and peratures. : Registered { central ancle of J'26'00
i I distance
I of 14111.. tNt to the
Even neophytes claim Immediate I selloum. Adding as little water -and u end of said curve; thence North

yields after planting I fertilizer as possible to keep the I i Real Estate BrokerBunnell. 18'23'03 Went 17.496.61 feet, thence

the license to kiss greenery. I A few of the many other I I plants healthy and slow growing Florida to North the 13'47'44"beginning West of a 246.23 curve concave feet-

Planting techniques are unim plant that will thrive Indoorsare I contributes to the success of Easterly with a radius of

I African violets Chinese . ... .... . - ... . . .YwVrh' 3726.72 feet, thence Northwesterly
portant. It's the harvest that evergreen indoor plants. Dr. McElwee says I along said curve through a central
aspidistra Norfolk Is. TIIK cmcriT COURT OK angle of 3'24'OS a distance
m!
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that winter
counts, they say. during months, or KLAfiLKH <'01'ISTY, FLORIDA, of 221.18 feet to the end of said
You too, may get Into the act land pine, Rer begonia, flttonla, during cold dark days, plants l\ ('IU C.tltY NO. 4N01DOKIS curve, thence North 1023'3J West

by making a trip into the wilds I wandering J.M, jade plant, I'I absorb much less fertilizer than I KRISTOF Plaintiff of 88t>.46 way feet line to of the Stole Southerly Road right 11 .

lady's eardrop and Asparagus VI.I thence North 2.1303 West 100
of the romantic during warm weather.
for a supply i, sunny GEORGE feet; thence North 87'46'57" East
plant. Some aggressive holiday ) plumosus. 'lIe suggests adjusting fertilizer I KRISTOFDefendant 40! .81 feet; thence North 2'13'03"
IFFKNDTHE the Northerly
100
TO
JSOTICK West
farmers save making the trip I Chances are tha oven the I I applications to the season of STATE OK FLORIDA TO, right of way erfnef State Road 11,

mistletoe in back ] veteran have the GEORGE KRISTOF thence North 56.27'05"Vest 16180
by growing a I garden: may I year. c/o U. Erdmann feet; thence North 2551'09 West

yard tree.However. some trouble with indoor plants.A 42 Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle 1040.17 feet to the beginning of

if you plan to establish > few tips in diagnosing some Outdoor Plantings You ar.rextie France notified that a a a curve radius concave of 1543.02 Northeasterly feet: thence with

a handy supply of;i common plant ailments are offered During the December dormant null-has been filed against you in Northwesterly along said curve
the above entitled cause; and you through a central angle of 7'28'06"a
mistletoe, remember that the by Dr. E. W. McElwee, growth period is a good time I II are hereby required ktoorlhrtlo answer distance of 201.13 feet to the

parasitic plant spreads easily! head of the ornamental horticulture I to transplant trees and shrubs.; and to with serve the a copy thereof upon t, end 18.23'03"Vest of said curve 250: thence feet; thence North

and can become a nuisance. I department at the University After I selecting healthy plants i the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, North 2l"07'56 West 250.29 feet:
whoso1 name and address Is: thence North 18*23'03" West 1049.15
Since there is little chance I of Florida. ( I with good roots and tops, the I RAY SELDENHelden feet to the North boundary of

that the threshold project will Brown tips or burned margins i I next step is preparing the plant. Daytona Building Beach Florida, U.S.A. said feet Section West of 9,the at Northeast a point 701.07 cor-

thrive longer than the holiday of leaves could mean too much ing site. For bed plantings, such not later than January 18, 1964. ner thereof; thence North 8853'48
If fall to do so decree pro 218.22 feet thence South
you West ;
season, let's turn our attentionto fertilizer, plant roots allowed to j as roses, dig in four pounds of confesso will be entered against I 18'23'OS" East 1441.17 feet; thence
I' you for the relief demanded In the South IS'47'44 East 246.23 feet to
other Indoor plantings. dry out temporarily, windburnor complete fertilizer per 100 square bill of complaint. The nature of n of a curve concave

What to plant depends on cold Injury. Yellowing and yards of space. said suit being for divorce. ; Westerly with a radius of 3725.72

conditions under which the dropping of leaves hint that soil For a tree ,or shrub dig whole said WITNESS Court this my hand 17th day and seal of December of- I. feet curve; thence through Southeasterly a central along angle said of
I
plants grow. "Cast-iron" plants f fumes, gas fumes, chilling, over. I one-third larger in diameter ( A. D.) 196S E. A. Court thence J'12'55 South a distance 10*34'49"of East 209.08 924.42 feet;

that will withstand abuse and watering, or poor drainage and than the plant's roots. Mix a Olticlallerk of said Circuit feet; to the Northerly right of way

conditions such low aeration be : of fertilizer and By Julia H. Harvey line of State Road 11; thence
adverse the
as I poor may I cup a generous Deputy Clerk South 2.1303 East 100 feet: thence
light intensity and warm, dry trouble. : quantity of peat in the top soil. Dec 19-26 & Jan. 2-9-4tc South 8746'57 West* 40.15 feet;
thence South 2'13'OS East 100
rooms include aglaonema, as- Small leaves indicate tight or Place the plant l in the hole IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OK Tile feet to the Southerly right of way

pldlstra, bromeliads, dracaena, < heavy soil, lack of fertilizer, or slightly lower than it grew in 'AND K\TII: FOR JUDICIAL KLAGLKH CIRCUIT COUNTY I line of 5S'04'23"State Road East 1S7.10 11; thenceSouth feet;

monstera, pandanus, peperomia, dry soil. Weak growth or light the nursery. Fill In around the FkOHIIIA.DEPARTMENT LAWO.. MM. thence South 2600'12 East 1012.48

philodendron blplnnatifolium, green or yellow color to healthy plant with the soU.pe fertilizer OF STATE FLORIDA ROAD an Agency. of the concave feet to the Southwesterly beginning of with a a curve radius -

State of Florida, of 1543.02 feet; thence Southeasterly -
Petitioner, along said curve througha
ALLEN central angle of 7'27'09* a dis-
HENRY I* et Defendants.al. of 205.19 feet to the end of
Said curve; thence South 1823'OS'
NOTICE OK Rl LH NI! I
South 2107'-
East 250 feet; thence
NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN I 56" East 230.29 feet; thence South
t PROCEEDINGS: East 12,197.79 feet thence
;
NAME :Ztt035
AUTHOR Dsil'l East 1121.93 feet;
TY OF THE OF thence South IS'02'19" East 1406.12
I }FLORIDA feet; thence South 18*23'03" East
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
TO ALL -
1600 feet thence South 22'30'08"East
and to all persona and I ;
'h"i.I 501.29 feet; thence South
ties claiming or having any *
23 67'05 Kant 1867.12 feet thence
;
title Interest, estate, mortgage orother I South 20*4903" East 1547.62 feet
lien to or on those certain thence South 646'53 East 206.16
parcels of land hereinafter described
feet; thence South 20'49'OS East
and the following persons, 1400 feet; thence North 69'10'57"East
with all unknown
together persons 200 feet to the Point of Beginning -
claiming by, through or underknown :

reP'.ttnk.no: are dead, or I Containing 201.65 acres more or
who to be dead or less.

SECTION 73001-2403 STATE AND: RIGHT OF WAYB.
ROAD (1-95) FLAGLER COUNTY That part of:
At AND ADDRESSES II Government Lots 1 and 2, Frac-
r r Ya fmw wens-llllnois Glass Companyco tional Section 9, Township 12 South. ,
Ray Mulford President Range 31 East;
Owens-Illinois Building I lying within 50 feet of the survey -
Toledo Ohio line of Old Kings Road, as
SRI i4o. 102.1, 102%, 102.3, 102,4 shown on map sheet 3 of State
SECTION 73001-2403 STATE Road 9 (1-95), Section 73001 said
ROAD 9 I-95) FLAG LEU COUNTY survey line described as follows:

DESCRIPTIONS Commence on the South line of
SLID No. 102.1, 102,2 102.3, IOU said Section 9. point I 2698.38
RIGHT OF WAY LIMITED ACCESSA. feet East of heaott corner
That part of: thereof thence North 18*23'03"
The North %of Section U, LESS West 2588.06 feet thence North
Begin at the original Northeast 87'46'S7" East 1425.64 feet to the
corner of said Section 34, thence Point of Beginning, thence North
West along the North line of said 38'10'83"Vest 1411.14 feet to the
Section 24 a distance of 1892.18 beginning of a curve concave
feet to the center of a drainage Northeasterly with a radius of
canal; thence South 1720'21 Eastalong 1910.08 feet; thence Northwesterly
the center of said canal
along said curve through a cen-
384.31 feet; thence South 13.53'341 tral angle of 23'19'30 a distance
West along the center of said canal of 777.50 feet to the end of said
1457.91 feet; thence South curve, thence North 14'51'03" West
26"17'54" West along the centerof 611.3ft feet to the end of said survey -
said canal 232,33 feet; thence line herein described
South 3003'49 West along the Containing 3.10 acres, more or
center of said canal 116.42 feet: less
thence South 51\ '57'57" West along OWNED BY L. E. WADSWORTHand
the center of said canal 96.31 feet; wife ANGELA WADSWORTH
thence South 73'50'31 West along
SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE recorded -
the center of said canal 108.35 feet; In O R. Book 4, page! 183
thence South 8438'45 West along in favor of FLORIDA NATIONAL
the center of said canal 740.37 feet: BANK OF JACKSONVILLE and
thence South 59'48'16"Veet along: AUGUS-
EXCHANGE BTNK OF ST.
the center of said canal 65.90 feet TINE and TIMBER LEASE recorded -
to the East line of Tract 10, Block In O. R. 29, page 161 held
B of said Section
34 of Bunnell by OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY -
Development Company as per plat ; and TIMBER DEEDS recorded -
thereof recorded In Plat Book 1, In O. R. Book 42. page 60and
Page 1, Public Records of Flagler held
O. R. Book 45 page 148
County, thence South O.48'U. East by RAYONIER, IN&.
along said
East line 878.56 feet to TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration
of an intersection Korona with the centerline of Taking has been filed In
Canal; thence South the above-styled cause by the Petitioners -
J4.01'U. East
along the 'enter- authorityof
the acquiring
line of
Korona
Canal 32611.27 feet these proceedings, of the taking
linen of Intenectlon laId t 34th thence of the above-described lands for
Sf-ctlon
North 1'50'25 : the purpose set forth In the Petition -
East line East along said In this cause vii: As rightof
of Beginning 3605.8 feet to the point way for a portion of State Road
; Section 27, Section 9 ; Florida
( ) In County
Flagler
the Pick of Santa's 22 tlon, Section 9, LESS 16, and Fractional See and that the Honorable Howell
Pack of way of State existing 200 foot right W. Melton one of the Judges of
Road 11. all In the Circuit Court In the Seventh
Township It
lying within South following East, Judicial Circuit of Florida will

.' scribed boundaries the to-wit: Com de :6.ht2'1: 1:15: day/ 'cfJcreFT.rln.: .\D.
_. mence
phones lighten work, all through the house, all through the year Section on 34 the at a South point line 774.70 of said feetcEfor nell Flagler Florida County, consider Courthouse said at Declaration Bun

----= of Taking appoint appraisers -
and make such Order as
The little, light-up Princess phone, lovely in any of five colors, the Court deems proper. All par-
tffoglrr (JribttnrR17NNELL ties to the suit and all parties Interested
Saves space at bedside or chair-side. : may appear and be heardat
the time and place designated.

The desk set saves time and steps in den or family room-any room FLORIDA commanded You, and each to appear of you by are filing hereby an

where your family makes and takes calls.. Answer to the Petition heretoforefiled I
entitled
MRS. Jot B. FULLER In this cause In the
EditorDeslpated
The handy wall phone hangs out of the way in kitchen or workshop, Court of January on or, A.before D. 1964 the, 11th to lt.hO day:

I I what right, title, te or
makes phoning more convenient.To Official I'ablieatle. liens you, or of haveIn
and to the above-described landsshouldshow
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order your Christmas extension, just call the Telephone C..t.r Pohlle. Netlrcs *f Flatlet beutakenhfortthe uses
1 ,. Municipalities therein
+ Company Business Office or ask your telephone man. I and purposes set forth In the Pe-
I cad the State .( PUrIJa tition filed herein.
WITNESS my Hand and the
: Seal of said Court on this 12th day
Entered as second class matter I of December. A. D 1963.E. .
x Southern (& & Bell A. 8MYTHB
/ February 6. 111
: ao !, at the postofflce Clerk of the Circuit Court.In

at Bunnell Florida, and for Flagler County
Go dj th FiitaI under set of Florida.
? I"J March 3. 1171. I By: Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk
SEAL)

smart santas shop in phone/and/ One year .-.--_lit I ft fazniv nJII1iiETal1.ha..ee. :

Six months ....---_._81.31 Florida
I II| Of Counsel for the Petitioner
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ay", pec. 19, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA fAGE THREE
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ConnerTo "Since 1960, the department the consumer, we have strengthened 'ed Speaker of the House in' 1966. the other fellow tell you all he
Doyle ha$ carried on successful eradication and consolidated a num- knows than you can learn by I
Run programs against screw. ber of major Inspection services,"I You can learn more by letting telling him all you know. [
AgainFlorida worms and the Mediterranean. he said. .
fruit fly," Conner said. "We I
Commissioner of Agri. have also initiated programs to "By tightening and strictly en- I
culture Doyle Conner has announced combat cholera, Mexican forcing regulations we have
hog Park-In and Cleaners
that he would be a been able to halt the ,sale of Laundry Dry
fruit flies and fire ants. I I
candidate for re-election In 1964. I unsafe foods, curtail the use of ALSOJabaly's
lie cited his record In office as Conner pointed out that he I I unsafe pesticides and improve ".
his platform. had also led a successful flight I standards in all other areas un- Rug CleanersAND ,

Conner pointed out there had for equitable taxation of Florida I der our jurisdiction," Conner ,, ,
been significant developments In farmland, and had createda stated.A .
the fields of agriculture and marketing division within veteran office holder, Con I Bill's Shoe Repair & Hat Cleaners >, "
consumer protection during his the department to provide as ner was first elected to the Flor- '
first three years in office, and sistance to growers in market ida House of Representatives at I WALTON JOHNSTON, AGENT
that the Department of Agriculture ing their products.. the age of 21, while a student at ID 7-3575 BUNNELL
had been modernized to reduce "Although there has been lit. I the University of Florida. lie SERVING FLAGLER COUNTY '
costs of operation. tie publicity on our services to served five terms, and was elect- I
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mas program tonight (Thursday : business meeting with Club I posed "Interama" between the Mrs. K. N. Givens, Mrs. Harold
: ) beginning at 7:30. The program j President Mrs. Jasper White pre United States and South America. Massie, and Mrs. Philip Kester
[ag Ler VOeacli will be given at the club siding. They feel It is entirely too were hostesses for the afternoon
FLAGLER BEACHCHRISTMAS house, 1514 S. Central Ave., Flag. !' The following members were costly a project and are against The group held a gift exchangeand
CALENDARDec. ler Beach./ welcomed back after either be. It. enjoyed singing Christmas
19, Thursday P.1\I.-8 This entertainment Is free to :Ing away or due to illness: Mrs. Mrs. Harold Massie announced Carols with Mrs. R. K. Hirst accompanying -
Christmas program by the Sun the public and will consist of(Charles Martin, Mrs. Dottie the January :22nd program them, at the piano
day school at the Community local talent. There will be solos, I Steele, )'irs. A. K. Dally Mrs. would be a panel discussionwith
Church. invited. At duets, and a chorus of 24 voices H. T. Cook and Mrs. T. D. Wells, members of the Town Com Cairn terriers got their name
Everyone
and Is under the direction of fl from their ability to .
to answer
7:30 P. &t-Christmas musical I Il Mrs. White thanked those as- mission being present squeeze into
Miss Emily Gage, music chair questions concerning town af rock piles for foxes and wild
program at the Woman's Club slating In the recent polio Im 1
will be I cats.
refreshments
Light
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building. Everyone invited. munization. The club voted to fairs.
served.
Dec 20, Friday-1:15 P. M.- erect a hand railing on the front --
2nd grade play at the Flagler I steps of the clubhouse. Mrs.
Beach Elementary School, followed COMMUNITY CHURCH I j Dally presented Mrs. Fannie
by parties in individual The Sunday school department I Ruskin as a new member. 24 HourWrecker
grades. 7 P.M.-Santa will arrive presents their annual church ; Miss Emily Gage reminded Service
at the fire house and pass party 7 P..t tonight, December.I the members of the novelty program _
out stockings to all children in 19. A short program will be presented to be presented Thursday
Flagler Beach. by the classes and Santais I evening and urged them to tell Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
Dec 21, Saturday, 7:30 P. M.- scheduled to make an appear their friends about It. A lot of
Firemen and their families hold ance. 'I hard work has been done concerning MASSEY-FERGUSON
their annual Christmas party at Sunday school Is at 9:45 A.M. the program. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
the fire house. :with classes for all ages. At the Mrs. Helen Kruger, legislative
Dec 22, Sunday, 9:45 A. M.- 11 o'clock worship service Rev. I chairman, reported she had received VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Sunday school at all churches. R. W. Dickert will give a Christ- i several replies from con Owner Bunnell, Florida
11 A. M.-morning worship at all mas message entitled "The First : gressmen concerning the pro I' .
churches. 7:30 P. M.Pageant"The Christmas Service." 1-
Christmas Story" by the
Methodist Church School. Everyone Rev. Reynold Hoover and
invited. Leonard Johnson are returningthis
Dec. 23, Monday, 6 P. M. weekend after spending 10
Caroling by the Methodist days visiting with relatives. in
Church School. New York and Pennsylvania .
Dec 23, Tuesday, 11 P. M.- Mr. Johnson also did some deer
Candlelight service at the Methodist hunting while visiting his home Wthxi @)lIDlID@)
I Church. Everyone invited. town of Renovo, Pa.

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ROYAL NEIGHBORS Mike Curry completes his Ma Phillip Barker, will arrive this

ENJOY CHRISTMAS rise training this week at Parfto week for a holiday vWt with

DINNER PARTY Island, S. C., and will spend the the Bachera He attend school

Members of the Royal Neigh. holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. in Lookout, Mo.

bors and their husbands enjoyed Phillip Barker family.
LOCALS the annual Christmas dinner Subscribe lor The Flagier ttlbllD.I .

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PlansAnnounced i I tions and table arrangements. I : .
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Auxiliary I their guests enjoyed the affair.
Miss Alice JoAnn Morris will Mrs.- Gertrude Nagelvoort of ,

become the bride of Mr. John New Smyrna Beach, 8th District I .
Mrs. William Marshall of ,
Edward Ellis at eleven o'clock President of the V. F.W. Auxiliary I I
Onancock, Va., arrived this week ,
Saturday morning, December 28, paid her official visit to for a visit with Mr. and Mrs
at the St. James Catholic Church, the Auxiliary to Post 5213 Thursday I ,
Raphael Sturman. She is the
215 North Avenue Orlando night. The meeting .
Orange was daughter of Mr. Sturman. Mr. ,
Florida. Following the held at the Post Home. I ,
Marshall plans to Join them for
ceremony a reception will be at Mrs. Nagelvoort gave a very the holidays. ,
the Elks Club BPOE, 409 East interesting talk on the District I .
Central Avenue. Eight work and many helpful I I ,
All friends are invited to I I suggestions for the Auxiliary I GRACE ELIZABETH SEAT 1.
Mr. and Mrs. John Seay are .
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the ceremony and reception. program locally. was presented I
Miss Morris is the daughter j!I with a check for $15.00 the parents of a nine pound one .

of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris by the local members. and one-half ounce daughterborn
DIXIANA RESTAURANTWe
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of Bunnell. Mr. Ellis is the son I Accompanying Mrs. Nagelvoortwas
of Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis of Mrs. Frances Betcher of the ler Hospital In St Augustine.She Will Be Closed Christmas Day

Orlando, Florida. I Clarence Jones Post Auxiliary of has been given the nameof '). ,
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guests Mr. and
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Mrs. Walter Creal were Mr. and ,
hostesses for the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Emery of
Mrs. Ed Goorich of LaGrange, evening. Espanola and Mrs. Elizabeth

Illinois. The Goodrichs, recently Seay of Chlpley.
retired, were en route to Venice, Buddy Barrows who is a member
Florida, where they will head. of the U. S. Air Force, ar V
quarter for the winter. They are rived last week to spend a 30- Dr. Allen Reynolds and Mrs. ,

former neighbors of the Creals. day furlough here with his par. Betty Miller attended a coursein
...- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bar ephebodontics (the psychologIcal ,
row. Following his furlough he aspects of dentistry for : V

ar.1 will be stationed at Tindell teenagers) recently In Jackson. ,
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CltY'1 Last Friday Dr. Reynolds attended ,
winter months at their a meeting in St. Augus Noxville, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby AT CHRISTMAS .
East Lambert Avenue. Deweese of Tenn.,
Maryvllle,
tine to learn how to help pub.
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kin-
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TEN THE FLAGLEK TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 19, 1963

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!r tell I .Spanish dub profit as possible. I KENYA NAMED FOR GLACIER
Books Are My Dish Bun+ JtiyUSchool (
The Spanish Club held a meeting .. Your help will be greatly ap- Kenya, the British Easr African

(By Dorothy Romans) I j Newt jl at Alllda Tucker's home onI L I.preclted. Colony scheduled for Indej .

I I Wednesday evening, Decembei Robert Kent, repon.. , ndence in December, was
Mrs. '
7
November I
I Thursday, I 18th. The program for the event t t
Senior Class I after its glacier topped
flamed
In I
; Woods, looking tired, dropped
. at the Flagler Woman's Club I The seniors are busy making was planned to commemoratethe | Don't cuss the cUm af e. It Mount Kenya. "Kenya" comes

said plans for the annual Christmas Christmas holiday, and re probably doesn't like you any from the Bantu word "Kilinyaa"
Library. "Eunice says you
Give mea Ball, which will be held from freshments were served. Furthei' better than you like it which means the "white moun

mysteries mystery.are I relaxing.don't know anything !I 8:30 to 12 P. M. on Monday, December details of the meeting will bin e I| -Don Marquis. tain."

23rd. The dance is semi- next week's school news sec
about books but Iv'e got I thenewspaper.rno1d
tion of .
formal and refreshments will
to relax. Last week I helped out I ,

at two dinners, a fish fry, a be served. Reserve tickets are Morse, reporter. I
FFA CRAIG FUNERAL HOME l l'I
senior citizen's dance, a bazaar now on sale. At the door tickets ,

the will be higher. Start making I The Bunnell chapter of the
and choral rehearsal."Try
Dumb a Blonde and the Little your plans now to attend.I I Future Farmers of America'I i' H. CHAIG Fmtral' Director .

v Nothing Dress." Nancy Wilson, reporter. would like to ask the public for JOHN HABDIN. Dissociate

its cooperation In discouragingthe
Mrs. Woods took one look at I I 'AIR OXYGEN
self-impelled cabbage tasters

the cover and screamed" "I faintat soared. "Relax reading about who have recently been tasting I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL. I. F' I'EQUIPPED

the sight of blood. I hastily : that dreadful man? I was so specimens taken from our local 1>AlIT,

returned the book to the shelf. angry thinking about him I farm plot. I ,

"Jane Austen Is out and we could not go to sleep at all. I The chapter has invested a rhODe ID 7-3532

have no Trollope." I said, the The way he left his wife and large sum of in the I ,
money
crop
intentional."As I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. 8UNNCLL FLORIDA
pun being purely child- "Pogo was a living .
:and would like to clear as much "p 4aw
for modern fiction-wait hereis doll," I cried, "his wife left him. .

a book that makes you relax. She had no guts. She craved security '

The Pleasuer of His Companyfrom a nice word for dullness. .

Miss Skinner's play. I She married again. Pogo didn't.

know you will adore Pogo, the "He played the field," said Mrs. '''.::1

main character, a genius In' Woods coldly. I wondered where : .. !

gourmet cooking, talk, skiing she found that phrase. "Pogo ;

and love-makillg. Here. Relax made everyone relax because he :- : ;

all over the place with Pogo." I was so relaxed." "He returned :!;(, "i" y,>

will try pot tor be Jealous. and made love to his former Your Sunshine Service '

Thursday, November 14. Mrs. wife"-"And she liked St." "I r ;'j ,,'Y'' ;;" ,

Woods has returned the book. shall never read another book I friend and neighbors" ..\+,< .. I

She came in, looking very tired. again." She left. It was a pity .i "/.to.,
'
She turned to out. with the best for you '1 f
quickly go Miss Skinner could not have f J

"Didn't you adore Pogo Didn't' heard us. Like all the other and your, endeavors '., ''I, . .
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you yearn to go on a slow women, we had fallen in love .' 1\-\ ,
dreamboat to China with him? '' at this time of giving. "
with Pogo both of us. '.,1 1)0'\: f,.',; ,
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"Relax? Mrs. Woods' voice "
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IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- ", :
ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN : : : :

CLASSIFIEDADS AND FOH FLAOLKH COUNTY : .
1+LOEIIU. IN CHANCERY NO. \ .
NO. '4TM .

RICHARD, HALLETT.Plaintiff. . ;:; \
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BETTY ALLEN POWELL :* :

HALLETT, "

LlsUa.. ..... Ibb ........ ar.I NOTICE TO Defendant APPKAR "'..f.'I, ; ,.;
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IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF -
fa ..... Ia a....... e..,.. FLOIUDA: /0- ':'
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TO: BETTY ALLEN POWELL ii&t; : :
TYPEWRITERS, portable and HALUETT :'11, ,: :<
Whose place of residence and
standard, adding machines new post office address are unYOUnARB .;. '. \0,1' '. ( .
and used, prices reduced. Also .'AI,'", ', i .',.' ; .1.F'r r ,.
HEREBY REQUIREDto ? \ ; 'CrAr1' fj: '; \(I"1' } .I
repair service, and Christmas file with the Clerk of this Court ( ;' ::1 d"k <
your Answer to the Complaint filed be 'a'' : <
cards Imprinted. Palatka Office ;*
herein against you In the above ay yours \: v
Supply, 302 Lemon St., Palatka, entitled cause on or before the 10th ' '
day of January, 1964. and serve a ;)f.,{',
i Florida. pee. 19-ltp copy thereof upon Klnsey, Vincent
& ryle, plaintiffs attorneys here .
In, whole address Is 41 South Peninsula '. .
FOR RENT Ucfurnlshe 2 bed.
'
i : Drive, Daytona alhh Florida .' I
room duplex aparttr nt. Large The Flagler Tribune
designated as the In
rooms, screened 'porch. PhoneID which this I Order shall newspaper be publishedonce 4 -
7.3304 12-19-TF a week for four consecutive '
weeks Herein fall not or a Decree '
Pro Confesso will be entered Christmas of warmth
FOR SALE-Electrjc %-hp motor against you for such failure The
nature of this suit Is a bill for ," ...; I
$10 Underwood typewriter I
; divorce ..' ; ' "
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WITNESS my hand and seal atunnell. '-
good $22.50; car luggage carrier, Flagler County, Florida, ,. ,' ''T. t \'
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$4.50; good electric sewing ma this 10th day of December, A D. and I'" 1983.
chine with cabinet, .$40; 40-inch (Official Seal) E A 6MYTHD joy 5: >': t' I' ':':. J ,I
Clerk of Circuit Court .
electric stove like new, $75. '
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Flagler County, Florida : :':i : "
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Alma's Odd and Ends Trading Dec 11-19-28 196S & Jan. 3, 1964 ( .I. '
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Post, next to Greens Fuel, Bun-' IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT OF T1IFJKVKTH :: :', *> , ;
I understanding
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nell. 12.19.Uc': OF FLORIDA JIDI4IAL.IN AND(lltClIIT FOR .
FIAULMI\% ; \ "
OUNTY. IN CHANKIIV ,
FOR SALE-Registered Toy Fox <: NO. "111.1. DIV. A J.:;' ,..,,
I,GRACE II, KN1PPER. .
Terrier female pup, very reason. Plaintiff .

able, H. E. 9.2384, Dee 12.2tc KNIPPER ." '
HENRY J. .
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i Defendant :-. (: .
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FOR SALE 2 bedroom NOTICE OF UIT .. j "*.ti ',' ,I**., . ,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE ,.,' ,' ,
large Florida room, 17 hOUSe'j' '"; .f' j'l
OF FLORIDA: J : 'j" ';i.f\' ;, ,
Flagler Beach, a real buy. TO: Henry J. Knipper : "
Address and residence un
'
Aubrey Spivey, HE 92293. I known ; '
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ;' : :
Dec.
5-4tp a suit In equity has been ." : .
,brought against ;you by Grace H. :a
FOR SALE-Baby pigs. will be I Knlpper In the Circuit Court of > a ,; (
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of : t' I
weaned Dec. 15. Phone 4373478. Klotiui, In and for Flagler County, .'
Nov. 28tfWANTED and elon are hereby summoned, or* I".: :\' .
required to file your i ,.,
:written answer or defense to the : <
IRONING to do at my complaint filed herein against you
In the above entitled In theoffice
cause ;
home, reasonable. Pick up & de of the Clerk of the Circuit :
livery. Phone ID 73669. Court In and for Flagler County. ;
Florida at his office In the Court POWE'R : ,
10-24-4f House In Bunnell, Florida, on or o
before January 14, 1964 and to FLORIDA LIGHT COMPANY
nerve a copy of such answer or
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain defense upon John E. Chi.holm. )4 t/ HtlflMt suits HO KID A
fields plaintiffs attorney herein whoseaddress '
Installed; snail shell. Reasonable
I la Suite 110 Bank Building,
prices. Call George Ja- New Smyrna Beach Florida and
ID 7.3410' 8LtfHELP according to the Florida Rulee of
roz. Civil Procedure If you fail to do
so, a decree pro confesso will be t
WANTED-Couple to run demanded entered against In the you complaint.The for the. relief Florida Power & Light Company Employees .

restaurant, living quarters In. name of the court In which
cluded. Must have experience. this suit has been Instituted Is the -0\
Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .
Will pay great percent of grossto Circuit Flagler ft'tntru'.1o
ida, and the I : of BUNNELLFLAGLER BEACH AREAG.
right party. Animal Land, this cause la Knlp per v. Knlpper.
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler It Is hereby ordered that this order -
and notice shall be published
Beach. 8-1-tf. once s. week for four consecutive
weeks In The Flagler Tribune, a

""' newspaper llagler County published, Florida In, and Bunnell having H. BARNES CHARLES L. :MOORE, JR.

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER a general circulation In Flagl -

BEACH REALTY CO.LOTS r WITNLSS County, Florida my hand as Clerk of :" E. W. BEATTy '. :MISS LUCY F., NOWLIN ; ;
said Circuit Court of Flagler 1 ; : r.
HOMES OCEAN FRONT, Count Florida, and the seal of '':-4 C. S. CHAMBERSV.. H. RUTLEDGE + '
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WATER FRONT said court at Bunnell, Flagler .
FARMS
County, Florida, on the 10th day; ; :
ACREAGE of December. 1913. L. H. CHURCH " G. A. RYAN "
(Official Sea) K A SMYTH I :. . JR. ,,
See III for your real estate needs Clerk Circuit Court \ : '

Office Phone HE 9.2242 I JOHN E. CHISHOLM Flagler County, Florida .' ., R. E. FORD ." ,H. L., WARDPAGE j

Residence ,Phones ID 7.3691 : for Plaintiff \ .
f.mro; Bank Building KEITH HARPER
or ID 7-3517 I New Smyrna Beach. Florida
Dee 11-I-,19(3 & Jan. 3, 1914




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Merita DINNER Pkg. of 12 Comstock PumpkinPIE Blue Plate Qt. Jar

ROLLS 2 for 250Ocean FILLING I MAYONNAISE 390

Bush's CUTGREEN 303 Can
Spray 1 Ib Can 303
Can 190 BEANS 6 $100
CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 for 490 for

Philadelphia Wilson's Clearbrook
FROZEN FOODS i
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PECAN Each 4ge Pkr. 29* (in Qtr,. 690 I

Tip Top (Regular or Pink) 6 oz. Can

LEMONADE 4 490 100 FREE 50 FREE i| 50 FREEGIFT
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Any FRUIT CAKE @ $1.00 or more K $5.00 or More Food
Fancy Georgia RED $2.00 or more CHRISTMAS CANDY V Order
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After )( Coupon Void After
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Phone 437-3227
Large StalkCELERY OPEN SUNDAYS
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TWELVE TilE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNElL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 19, 1963

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stations for other purposes the terminal houses a newspaper Flossmore Illinois. I po".
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$1 Buys a "Palace" office. A barrel plant took Vanishing AmericanaThe
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: The owners of Union Station one station in Philadelphia; a passing .of country depots -

in Washington, D. c., offered to supermarket, another. Boy Scouts removes another bit of Americana PETERSON TEXACO

I sell it !to the Federal Govern. I meet in an abandoned station from 'landscape.. AlvinF. SERVICE
l
ment for $1. A proposal was at Herrin, Illinois, and Girl I Harlow a railroad historian, ROAD SERVICE I

f Ii made recently to convert It intoa Scouts assemble in another at described typical( village "dee- j Light Mechanical Work

.
1 I visitors' center and exhibit ---- -- I Phone 4373441 BunneUCommunity

hall.

NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
The monumental structure

: I once described as "a Vast Roman fire Insurance policies we write still give the same

'I palace" has ornamented Capitol I dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad. I

Hill since 1907 and welcomed dltlonal benefits Home Owner's
I' coverage Policy-at very
k I countless notables ito this city. little extra costRemember Memorial Church

The grand concourse holds 50- I ntvr-rte...!..u....
000 people comfortably, but the H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you AIR CONDITIONED

vaulted chamber now echoes the take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361 I

; footfalls of only a handful of or stop In soon for ,full details.H. Ii i Dayton Av
I FLAGLER
I BEACH
: passengers.

j I fn Baltimore, the old Mount Phone 437.3361 .Citizens T. COOK Bank AGENCY Building Bunnell, Flo. I I Sunday School 10:00: A. M

t'I I Royal Station was closed In I II Church Service 11:00 A. M

, 1961. Once considered the most I H W DICKEKT Pa.Uf

i splendid terminal built and : UWWVWWJWWWWFOR ............................ ...........-"...........", nvinvoriO: WKLCOMPHASTINGS

"I used by a single railroad, the I .1 --

Baltimore and Ohio, Mount Royal ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
} I
was serving only, 200 com 'I MATTRESS
muters a day when it was shut AMBULANCE

down. The clock in its 150-foot PHONE VAlley 4 1625 & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

tower is to be kept running for I SERVICE 710-12 Lemon St.

the benefit of Baltimoreans accustomed ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Palatka, Florida

I} to setting their j Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance We Phone EA 5-9166
watches by it. Furnltu \ Upholstering
Some large stations have are always at your service with promptness, safety and Repaired & Refinished

I experience Mattresses & Box Springs
to the times and ,
adapted sur-
Made\o Order,Also Renovated
vived. A tower of offices now occupies Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator: Call Laura Morris 437-3233
the valuable air
i space After 6:00 P. M.
I above Grand Central Terminal; Garcia Funeral HomeP. PRICES REASONABLE.

and the station's concourse Is BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.

}; put to various Uses, includinga E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director Just as near as your

New Year's Eve charity ball. LADY ASSISTANT Phone or Post Office
Card Call
Us A
Drop or
' In Waterbury, Connecticut, ......':,/.fI"....,l'".".V..V.1'."':..J'l'......:......"................f.'VVY'rI'r.(1 .. Free Pick-up & Delivery

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IN Till (.01'XTV JrUG .'M COURT
f \(1 ,"I'. ." IN ANn FOR FI.AHI.Kit ('OIN-:
",, TY. L.OIUDA.< IN IMtOIIATR.rA .
I (: NO. .SO
IN RE: Estate of
CHRISTY FINCH decea4NOTH .
j CALLBUNNELL 'H OF F1INI\O PETITION
FOIL KINAI ADWIIVIHTIIATOII UIOCIIAHGK OF

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
:
Notion Is hereby given that I
have filed my final return ac administratrix
of the estate of
C'HHISTY FINCH deceased: thatI
have filed my petition for final
MOTOR CO.
discharge' and that ply
1 : IKr
: to the Honorable T ) .
: .: : County Judge of Flagler County
Florida on January 23. 1964, for
approval of the same and for final
>
discharge as administrator of the
\ estate of CHRISTY FINCH de
ceasedDecember,
ID 7-3301 11, 1983
8/ Marcella K a
Administratrix ferthC! Estate

,.." .', .. of Christy Finch, deceased
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
;' FLAC.I.KIl tOITNTV.: FLORIDA.
I IN ('IIANf*:IIY NO. 4799

H , 'For MIGUEL BKETAL VI. Plaintiff


MARIA
". DRETALDefendant
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XOTICH<: 111 UFFF.NUTIIK
TATE OK .FLUKU'A TO:
\ Gas ; : MARIA nPETAIj
: C HUNA, tit'AlN
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In
,I the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file answer
your
,
Fuel OilLubrication, ,, T with the Clerk of this Court,
'. and to serve a copy thereof upon
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: ) .. , \ ( the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.whose ,
..... name and address is:
"' SAMUEL V. HOLCH
110 N. 3rd Street
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; I'alatka. Florida ,USA.
Needs not later than January U, 1964
If you fall to do so, decree pro
confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
.' bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 10th day of Decem.
ber A. D. 1963 -
' (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia It. Harvey
: COMMERCIAL HOUSEHOLD Deputy Clerk
.- Dec 12-19-26 1161 & Jan 2 19(4

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REQUEST FOR IIIU4!

'. Notice Is hereby given that the
Hoard of County CommUsonen of
I Flakier County II considering the
sale of the following county-owned
,
property:
( ) parcel of land commenc
logett: Southwest corner of the
? East Half of the South Half of
'. Tract 3 Block 15 according tJ 8t
Johns Development Company's Subdivision
: of Section 9. Township 12South

:: Quality Low ; Fast easterly. Range a Odl t"a'e of"200 running feet
along the North boundary line of
the right of way of State Road
No. 28. the same being the placeof
beginning of the description of
the land Involved: thence running
easterly a distance of 100 feet along -
: the North boundary line of
the right of way of said State
Cost ,Road: thence running North a distance -
Service of 200 feet thence running
Products West a distance of 100 feet: thence
I running South 200 feet, more or
less to the place of beginning.
2. Platform scales located on
above property for weighing trucks
1. Structure housing above
scales
Separate bids will be consideredfor
the land the scales and the
building
Sealed bids will be received until
9:00 A.fl'tb January (. 1S64 at the
office Clerk of the Circuit
Court. Courthouse, Cunnell. Florida.
The Hoard of County Commissioners -
SERVING ALL FLAGLER COUNTY any reserves and all the bids.right to reject -

Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
(th day, of December A. 11 19(3
'" C; R COWART Chairman
., ATTEST:
( E. A 8UYTHE. Clerk
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