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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 2, 1964
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VOLUME 61, NO. 52 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1964 ':"'frf, $Br50 A YEARLitchfield
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I Legionnaires Begin YOUTH COUNCIL Senator Pope
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II BOARD TO MEET 1

January 2 Census SATURDAY NIGHTThe I,Asks Concrete '


y- : Of All Veterans I Youth business Council meeting Board will of the be Use On 1-95 HereI

Florida members of The held at 7 o'clock Saturday night, I I Tribune Is in receipt of,

Ican Legion will set out Amer'l Mrs. Hazel Holland said today. i I a copy of a letter written by"1"
I project Thursday, January All members of the board are I Senator Verle Pope to Executive

1! will carry them to the urged to attend. Secretary Ralph Davis of the
'! every home In the state-both Mrs. Holland also said an II State Road Department, regarding j }

'urban and rural. I orchestra will play ,for the Youth the construction of Interstate r
Council at 8 o'clock. Both func- I Route 95 In this area. J ,
The purpose is to pinpoint by I tions will be at the Bunnell Civic Senator Pope Is requesting Mr" I

name and address every veteranin I Center. Davis to consider use of LehIgh \
the state who served In t
a Portland Cement from the Bunk 1
.World War I, World War II and I \
Jw, I I nell plant In construction of the \ \
r the Korean Conflict. New Traffic Laws road. fc ,

I In homes where there are no I I The letter from Senator Pops",
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i veterans, they will take time to Became Effective states: '
"It has come to my attention
explain the programs projectsand
r activities'of The American New Year's, DayYou that preliminary plan on Interstate '
Legion to those who are Interested 95 calls for some pave.'"

f in the Legion's many programs should know that some ment other than concrete. %:, !
in the fields of AmericanIsm new traffic laws went into effect "The people in this area are't

child welfare, school medal yesterday (New Year's Day). deeply concerned and hope that
awards, oratorical contests, boys These hew laws were enactedat when IR-95 Is constructed thatit
and girls state, Legion baseballand the 19G3 session of the legis can be done with concrete.
others. lature. 'Incidentally, we have the Le-

They will also explain The You will be required to dim high Portland Cement Company '

Legion's basic beliefs in God headlights when overtaking another In Bunnell which is very closeto

and Country.All car as well as meeting one. the area and this would at
Interviewers will wear Another law will subject you ford substantial employment to

Legion caps and carry"member. to a long term In state prison, the employee of this plant
ship cards for Identification All rather than a shorter term In a which are unemployed at the "
Park, Ariz., Dec. 14-C. II. Cowart and for the present time. "
veterans visited are asked to co. county jail, leaving scene
Robert \V. Deen, Jr., both of Bunnell, Florida, geta operate by giving the information of an auto accident in which a "It is my opinion that such

taste of the old west as they tour Goodyear Farms asked of them. person was injured. a road would last a great deal !I

3 fat Litchfield Park. These men are winners of thiswear's With one of the fastest grow These are only two of the little longer and be more satisfactoryin ,
ing veteran populations in the known traffic laws that took every respect 'i I II
.;' Soil Conservation Awards program for farmers Nation, the census is also designed effect January 1 in an effort to I "I do not know just what the L' ,
from all states in the Union, and annual eventof to welcome new citizen reverse the steadily Increasing: plans are but I would appreciate -

the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. veterans to Florida I number of accidents, deaths and, your consideration in this
This is the first census ever injuries In traffic. I matter.

BROTHER DIES conducted by The American It was itated that the new, Thanking you again for your
Norman Lane Legion in any state, and It Is laws will be enforced gradual! 'consideration of the past, I am \,
PETERSBERG
IN ST.
being watched on a national to give drivers more time to I "Sincerely yours, : "

fiassedAway ..John. Ireland, ,St Petersberg ley L..,, ,,-'.. _" _,._ .-. .. learn ,about them. For.&-whller 5 "Verle A. Pope, 1 ; "t. I"
otnVFoi Mrs. Charles Cham*' 'or"", offenders will be Warned insteadof "Senator, 31st District. 'll!

Friday Afternoon bers, passed away Monday in charged, and told about the
a St. Petersberg hospital aftera Former Resident changes In the laws

Pvt. Norman Gerald Lane, son short Illness He was 40 yearsof Other new requirements that 1 '
of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Laneof age. Retires From became effective January 1 in' Candidate Burns \ f

Espanola passed away Friday Funeral services will be held cluded:
afternoon In the Naval Hos today in St. Petersberg. Navy Career Prohibit all headlights other Met Here With j
pital in Jacksonville after a brief Survivors Include his wife, his than white, with yellow fog-

Illness. parents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. I The Navy Department an. lights permitted only if white Friends RQcently 'I'
Pvt. Lane was stricken late Stlckney, all of St. Petersberg; I. headlights also are on.
nounces the retirement of Harold
Wednesday and was carried by one sister, Mrs. Charles Chambers P. McAlexander, Jr., Chief Prohibit swinging off the pavement Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack
Craig ambulance to the Flagler of Bunnell. to other cars on the
pass sonvtlle, recently announced
Yeoman, U. S. Navy, on December \
Clinic and Hospital here early 23, 1963. right, such as sometimes occurs candidate for governor, met witha
Thursday morning where the Chief McAlexander was a when a car Is waiting to makea group of friend and support

diagnosis was spinal meningitis. Auto LicenseOn graduate of Bunnell High School, left turn. I ers at the Bunnell Civic CenterDecember t
Thursday afternoon young Lane class of 1941, and enlisted In Prohibit use of blinker lightsto 18 to discuss plan }
was carried by a Navy ambulance Sale the U. S. Navy soon after gradu signal a breakdown. Official for his campaign He was ac ,
to the Naval Hospital In TodayAt I ation. said that this practice resultedin companled by his state cam I

Jacksonville where he passed I accidents when other cars ptlgn manager, Dill Hamrick. ;
away about 6 o'clock Friday aft. Higher Price lie is the .IOn of II. P. McAlex tried to pass the signaling car After discussing his platform

ernoon. lie was 23 years old. I ander and Jessie Malphurs Mc. on the right, off the pavement. and plan for his campaign with \
Automobile tags showing the Alexander, former residents of Require cars making left turns I an enthusiastic group of supporters .
Pvt. Lane had been In the i iI
price Increases voted by the 1963 Bunnell. lie is the grandson of Into a four-lane highway to I Mayor Burn laid he I II
Army two months and had
completed legislature go on sale here and the late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. wind up in the left lane of their was halting the campaign activities I
his basic training at
Camp Gordon. lie arrived here throughout the state on Thurs (Sonny) Malphurs of the St. side of the highway. I during the holiday tea- J
day (today). Johns Park Section. Make it illegal to open the son but would resume campaign '
December 18 for a 15-day fur-
left hand door of cart parked at In the
Ing early new .1
lought with his parents and Motorists must renew their II- He has served on various shipsin year.Mayor
the curbside unless all tramc is Bums called
other members of the family. sense plates before February 20, the Pacific and Atlantic, over clear. attention
lie was scheduled to leave January the deadline.Not seas in Iceland, at naval activities to "Jacksonville Story"* during .
Require parking lights to be his five term
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mayor
2 for
a tour of duty with In the Jacksonville area
in only was the price of the turned on autos parked at the saying this had not been ac.
the Army Alaska. and on the staffs of AdmiralR.
boosted the side of a highway at night out.
tags by legislaturebut compllshed by any ono person
E. Rose and Admiral A. J.
Funeral service was held at also the time for which the tide of city limits. but by the team work and cooperation
the Craig Funeral Chapel Tues. tag will be in effect was Welling Require flare as standard of the tlected official
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, with lengthened He was administrative assistant safety equipment on house trailers As governor, he said, he would
Ruby Smith In charge. A military to Admiral Rose on an extended for use as danger signalsIn expect to ue the came team
The tag will be good for 13 European tour to Turkey,
graveside service was con. case of breakdown. work principle in promoting the
months instead of 12, and motorists Norway, Scotland, England
ducted by members of his com growth and Industrial devtlop :
will 'pay a correspondingly France, Italy, Greece' North Africa Prohibit riding the fenders,
pany from Camp Cordon. Rev. ment of the state.Mayor ,
higher price. and the Azores. The Chief hood or top of vehicle using the
Thomas Pinner of the First Bum said he and his
public roads.
Baptist Church officiated for the With both the tax increase completed his distinguished na representatives would be back ,

comraltaL Interment was In the and the longer effective period val career as Legal Discipline Prohibit pedestrians, bicycles early In the new year to help
Espanola Cemetery. figured In, here are the priceson Chief of the U.S. Naval Station, and motor scooters with five organize his campaign commItee .'

Young Lane was born In Birmingham the most common private Mayport Florida. horsepower or smaller motors on and also plan for the cam.
Ala., and had resided automobile tap: Chief Alexander has been limited access roads such a* Interstate palrn.
in Flagler County with his family awarded several commendations and toll roads. Also in the party were Mr.
for the past nine years. I D series (compact cars), $13.51, and the following campaign Burns, Mr*, Hamrick and several .
lie is survived by his parents Increase of $UI. medals; World War II Victory, I members of his staff. ,Y I

:Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lane Espanola Plain series (low priced mndol I American Area European Occupation Mar, at one time, may have
; five sisters. Debbie Lane. ard autos), $21.67, I ue of National Deferwe, Asiat had an abundant supply of ox. MCANIM Of "CABAT
Espanola; Mss Johnny Lynn, $6.67. lc-Padflc Area ((3 stars) and the ygen that literally rusted away. The word "euat" meant

Mrs. June Dodgen, Bunnell; Mrs. WD series (medium weight Good Conduct Medal (6 stan). Astronomoers speculate that the weight of a carob tree Ned used the.
Pat Noble; Miami Mrs. Gloria autos), $29.79, Increase of 979. He
; currently reside In Jacksonville oxygen combined with Iron in long ago to weigh diamond
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Iceman. Atlanta; one brother, WW series (heavy autos, where he anticipates rock to produce the vivid red The metric carat equal to 1/142
Robert Lane, Espanola. $37.92. Increase of $1252. entering the construction field. deserts of the planet ounce, now" J* in general


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views and on-the-spot reports of sporting events-
business and financial stories-hints on home repairs FOR YOUNGSTERS there's a wealth of Information
etc.! on current events-school' news-cartoons I

FOR :MOM there aro reports of local social activities Where else can you find so much entertainment,and
-club l news--ideas on food, homemaking and education, for such a small price-to please every
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Celebrates ColdenAnniver.ary i FLAGLER BEACH j [J II1 0
GARDEN CLUB NEWS

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Biglow.I' The Flagler Beach Garden I
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of Danielson, Conn., now win Club meets at the Woman's
tering In Flagler Beach at the: Club building January 7 at 1:30P. I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
Charon Apartments, celebrated I I .M. Hostesses will be Mrs. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
theli1 Golden Wedding Juanita Strausser and Mrs. Lucy RESERVED
Annivers'l JANUARY 2-3-4, 1964
ary on Christmas Day.Their Fuelling. I
Guest speaker for the after.
Viola t", Bateson dinner guests of Providence were Miss,I noon will be County Agent How. "Just Can't Beat That Flagler Food Meat"

R. L*',and);Mr. and Mrs. Charles ard Taylor. All members are
F*. Charon They were the recipients I urged to attend.COMMUNITY GUARANTEED TO PLEASE OR YOUR MONEY BACK :

of many beautiful gifts.I|I
This is the third winter Mr. CHURCH Grade "A" Lean Western Beef Grade "A" Lean Western Beef t
Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M.
and Mrs. Biglow have spent at I
with classes for all ages. MornIng CHUCK ROUND BONEROAST
Flagler Beach. ,At the New
worship Is at 11 o'clock with
Year Eve Party held by the Lb. Lb.
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. I
Senior Citizens at the Recrea ROAST 49U. 59'

tion Hall they received quite an BAPTIST CHURCH I II
ovation and wishes for many "
more,years of happiness and I Sunday school is at 9J45: A.M. S. Choice Beef Fresh Small, Lean -4 I
and morning worship is at 11 o' CHUCK SPARERIBS
good health together.
I clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens,
Miss Viola Bateson is the Union is at 6:15P. I I
pastor. Training : <
neice: of Mr. and Mrs. Charon 'I .M. Evening worship at 7:30.: STEAK 59'Palm 49
and will be their guest for the Three students, Judy Stryker,
winter., 'Danny Frailey and Fay Bass I
'I will be speakers at the evening River SlicedBACON Lykes Tender
Mrs. Jasp White, Woman's services Sunday. Their subjects SMOKED I
Club ,president, urges membersto will be dIfferent.
begin the New Year by attending I >lb 49 PICNICS 35'
the business meeting on Mr and Mrs. Reynold Hoover, I
January 8th, beginning at 2 p.m. Jr., and sons, NIckey and Reyn .
at,the club building 1524 South old, left Sunday to return to I
Central Ave. their home in Windsor, Conn. FOLGER'S HENDERSON'S SUPREME
The club Is pleased to report I
after a 10 day visit with his
that four food baskets were de. Rev. and Mrs.
parents Reynold
livered,for Christmas. Mrs. Sam Hoover. COFFEE SUGAR
Novick, welfare chairman,
wishes to thank all those who '
made this possible.The Books Are My Dish

gram presented Novelty on Christmas December pro.19 (By Dorothy. Homcms. ) 1 L6. 49 :: 5 Lb. ;; '
was well attended and enjoyed. COCE A-DOODLE D001 49

Miss Emily Gage, music chairman Thanks to Mrs. Mary Sindelar, Cn ens
who directed it thanks all' the Flagler Woman's Club Library .
those who took part in it and now has two paperbacksof
Limit One With Your $5.00 More'
or Limit One
to Prof. Theodore Weber, piano poetry from Chaucer to Mase- With Your $5.00. or More
1 accompanist Mrs. Charles Bon-- Held. Food Order Food Order :'

dy, decoration chairman and I A',year ago I would,, not have \ . .'. '1,
Mrs R. K. Hirst, official hostess mentioned this because then, SUNSHINEVHOLE PICKLED 303 SHURFINE
for the evening. She was poetry seemed to be a dead 28 Oz. GlassPeaches FRUIT'
ed by Mrs. II. G Heydt asslst'j' duck, but now because it Is being
Jasper White. Coffee and holi realized that the poets, the For for
3 Cocktail
day cookies were served to those humanities, and science must $1 5 $100
present. come to terms if we are to sure
vive human beings and not
as
14 Oz. DELMONTE 15 OZ. CAN LYKE'S
Church school at 9:45: A.M. :beasts, poetry proves once more
and morning worship at 11 o' it is the Phoenix, soaring on For F"
A clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover, ever brighter wings from its CATSUP 2 39* Chili; ; 2 39'
minister. There will be a covered flrery nest of spices. leaps
dish dinner following the What are the humanities that
worship service and the official may mean so much In this out. 12 Oz. NIBLETCORN6F"1 23 OZ. BUSH GOLDEN YAM
board will meet after the dinner.Mr. er space struggle The Oxford SWEET
Dictionary says of the humanities

and Mrs Bob Whitneyand : "polite scholarship, especially Potatoes For OBREMNER'S
children, Donna, Joyce and Latin and Greek classics." 5 $1
Kenney, left Tuesday for a visit I'll celebrate the New Year by 6 OZ. FOLGER'S INSTANTCOFFEE
with friends and relatives In quoting my second favorite poem
Clermont, Florida. which is by Richard Kirk andI Jar SALTINECrackers
like to think it is about a 79Limit
Holiday company of Emily poet, the weathercock Is his 11 :' 23*
Flora and Lyman Gages included verse veering toward spring, or One Please
Mr. and Mrs. Richard I now towards winter, flashing
Crlbbet and son David from Ma. and turning in its rhymes. The
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and Mrs. Bill Frazier from Detroit make lots of money now, and
Mich. A sister, Mrs. C. 1. Robert Graves says "poets are FIRM HEADLettuce 9 OZ. "MR. G" FRENCHFRIES
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Cohen for a holiday visit are I have no horses, I have noN EATING OR COOKING
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tlon leader for the 33rd, tank My neighbor has A flock my
batalllon with the U.S. Armed neighbor has a herd, McKENZIE NEW TINY WHOLE
Forces In Germany for the past But I have a beautiful bright YELLOW COOKING WHITE

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Mr. and CARD OF THANKSWe Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Steen of Mr. atoll M r George Gelbert
John Ellis are sincerely grateful to I Glasgow, Ky. are honeymooning and sottjIfrUand of Jacksonville
our friends and neighbors for in Florida. They are spending are *$|pin this week here
their many kinds acts of sym a short time here with their with MSf| Qlebwt's mother Mrs.
pathy during our bereavementOur uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Maude' MMland.
Walter Morris. Mr. Steen was
appreciation cannot be adequately
Mr. and Mrs. Terrell
1i an usher in the Ellis-Morrls wed Dowdy
but
I expressed we would
of High Springs spent a short
like to especially thank all those ding Saturday morning.Mr.
t and Mrs. Steen were married time here Monday visiting with
who sent cards of sympathy, their cousins, Mrs M B. Filler
I in Jamestown, Ky. on December
flowers, food, and many other and Mrs. Walter Knight.
thoughtful deeds. 34
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We would also like to thank
Dr. John Canakaris and his staffat I Mr. and Mi's. R. E. Ford and
the hospital for all they did I I children, Carol and Bill, were AUco Aluminum Sidingwith
I"d for Jerry. This has meant much I I visiting with Mrs. Ford's par. Dupont "TEDLAR" )
to us. eats in Melrose Christmas Day. Not A Paint . .
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Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lane I i Contact
and family. Mrs. Tom Diamond accompan ) Vernon A. Raymond" m

led her brother, Chris Costopulos, ..439-2214. Flagler I Beach.
Judge and Mrs. 1', K. Mc to Ft Pierce Christmas Day for.
Knight returned during the I I a family Christmas party.
I weekend from a holiday visit Dance to the Music of
with their son and 'his family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvington
Captain and Mrs. Charles Mc motored to Zellwood Sun "The Casuals"AT
I I :, Knight and sons in Cape Cod, day for a visit with Mrs. Yel-
Mass. Capt. McKngiht Is sta. vlngton's uncle and aunt, Rev. THE
tioned at Otis Alrforce Bas and Mrs. Robert Carr.
I \ BAMBOO COCKTAIL
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Miss Diana McKnight of Col. Mrs. Duane Deen and daughters LOUNGE
I : :' 'j '" Elaine and Suellen, have
lege Park, Md., was guest of her
I (,. 1iJ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc. returned after a short Christmas FLAGLER BEACH .
.. .: .;&. r Knight, Jr., during the holidays. Holiday visit in Starkvlllo, Miss "
with her mother, Mrs. Alva Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m.
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, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lewis.
, Whitaker over the holidays In
eluded their son in law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Park-In Laundry and Dry CleanersALSO
Dorsey and Jimmy and Elizabeth .
Photo by Theo Heln Dorsey of Gainesville, Ga. l
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St. James Catholic Church of o and featured a large rose of the Jabaly's Rug CleanersAND
Orlando was the setting for the I same material. They carried Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and
eleven o'clock A. M. ceremony nosegays of sweetheart roses children, Elizabeth and Billy, of ,. .sBill's '
on'Saturday" December 28, unitIng tied with moss green satin rib Baxley] Ga, visited here duringthe Shoe Repair & Hat Cleaners'
In marriage Alice JoAnn bon. holidays with Mr. and Mrs.A. /
A. Wells, Mr. and Mrs Buddy WALTON JOHNSTON AGENTID
Morris, daughter of Mr. 'and James W. Ellis served as best ,
Mrs. Walter S. Morris, Jr., of man for his brother. Ushers Wadsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Gene 7-3575 BUNNELL

Bunnell and John Edward Ellis, I were John Lane, Sarasota; Wil Bowers, and Mrs..Virginia Wynd- SERVING FLAGLER COUNTYYou'll .
son'of Mr. and Mrs. John W. liam Gridley, Orlando; Randy ham. .' ,
Ellis, Orlando. I Morris, brother of the bride, -.- I
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The Rev. John P. Lawler, Bunnell; and Henry Steen, cous I ,. .
Temple Terrace, Tampa, officia in of the bride, Glasgow, Ky. ,,

ted. Soloist was Barbara Collins, ,' 1, '4 ;' Treasure the pleasure of '
For her vows the bride worea cousin of the bride, who sang :
'formal gown of peau de sole "Ave Maria" and Panls AngeIleus. tJ ," -
with a scoop neckline and long ." :
sleeves of Chantilly lace. The The reception was held at the ''' < ( )mrooIffi([]) UCGIHfIDlNG

skirt had .a controlled: front anda Elks Club. Serving were Mrs.
pleat which formed a soft M. B. Fuller, Mrs. Robert Cook, i
fullness over the hem. The back Mrs. Anthpny Kahlert, Mrs.
featured a large side bow with' M. B. McDaniel, and Mrs. Dale 0 \\ c Outdoor Lighting makes your terrace, patio and garden part of
a small rose in the center. i B. Brown, Jr., all of Bunnell and your home after dark...gives you more living space and more hours
I I of enjoyment. It sets the mood for fun and entertainment.,.
Her elbow Mrs. George M. Moody of Flag
length veil was attached I
creates dramatic contraata and beautiful effects In your garden.
to a crown of seed pearls I ler Beach. Electric Post Lights at driveway or home entrance are espe
and Chantilly lace. i Following the reception, they dally desirable for safety and protection. They brightly welcome
She carried a white .prayer I, left for a honeymoon in New your guests and diacourage tmpu era. New model,} are available
book with a white orchid at. Orleans where they will attend with a "magic eye" that automatically turn light ON at duak,
tached. Her only Jewelry was a the Sugar Bowl Football Gameon OFF at dawn-whether you're home or away.
string of pearls, a gift of thegroom. New Year Day For her go- Light for outdoor living are easy to install, surprisingly low
ling away outfit the bride wore ;>' in coat. &e the fine selection at your favorite electrical con.
\ Barbara Ellis, sister of the I la' wool turquoise suit, a white ." '.. 7 tractor or lighting store
bridegroom, was maid of honor. mink pillbox hat with white .r "
Sarah Ann Gibson, Fort Myers kid gloves, and black patent .. ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET "OUTDOOR LIGHTING'i '
and Barbara Pritchard, Fort shoes. She carried a matching i Pull of ld M to Mp you In pUnning
for fun, beauty and MMy
Lauderdale, were bridesmaids. bag and wore a white orchid r I,' more
All were in identical short corsage. )
gowns of moss green. Their They will be at home after -t1N;)<7 U ZJlfl.! .mf.l.f /l-
head pieces were made of the January 6th at 2224 W South . ,r', CII'A" ., rooFl01lDA
same material as their dresses I Street, Orlando. 1
POWER I LI'I' COMPANY

HtlHHt IUHO HOIOt ', .

BARBERS CELEBRATE MRS. TWEED CELEBRATES
HOLIDAYS AND 65th I BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY

ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Nellie Tweed celebratedher r7, y t t'r'

Enjoying a family reunion at 74th birthday anniversary
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. I Monday evening with a neigh.
Barber Christmas Day were borhood get together at the r rcN
members ot their family. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi
I I
occasion also was In observanceof Brannam. T ,
Mr. and Mrs. Barber's 65th Neighbors present were Mr. ;
wedding anniversary which occurred I and Mrs. E. A. Smythe, Mrs. Lola L't ,
on Friday. Mae Parker, Tony Parker, Mra.I .
Present for the happy occasion I Leona Eisenbach, Benton and 6 r i >1' "
were Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Yarn, i nervy Eisenbach, Faye Bass, 1 '
I and the Brannam family 1
St. Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. I.
Carlisle Byrd Seville; Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Jr.. and 't'iP
Buzzy, of Flagler Beach; and I Nancy Brannam and David f Ay
Miss Diana McKnight College Shields were In Indlanatlantlc
Park. Md.; Mrs. Ellie Shaw and the pact weekend attending a
son Dennis, Palatka; and Mrs. party at the home of Dr. Isabel + 4-
Barber's sister, Mrs. Lily Buchanan Roberts, announcing the engagement n
Palatka; Mrs. Bernice Barbed of Miss Alice Cheng to Mr. ,
and Miss Anna 11e! Barber, Jim Crane. .
BunnelL Miss Brannam and Usa Cheng
lived in the same residence hall

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller had at the University of Florida. IL
as their dinner guests Christnws t M
Day George Moody Sr, Mr. Susan Brannam and James
and Mrs. Andy Yelvington and Alan Brannam are vttJting In .,..
IOns, Kevin and Barry of Bun. 'Indianapolis Ind, with their f (
nelL and Mr. and Mrs. El A and and aunt Mr and Mm
Yelvington of Miami. J T Groover



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PA1QE; SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 2, 1964

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Book U s. j neretone for the Capitol's centersection on." Washingtonians say the Honorary Board of Trustees is an active role in the Capitol

on was laid in 1818, and Capitol crowned with its present Senator Carl Hayden of Arizona, Historical Society and serves as

the Rotunda was far enough great Dome, surmounted by who first came to Congress in I one of its vice presidents.

Capitol Depicts I along in 1824 to be opened for' the bronze Statue of FreedormHer 1912 when veterans of the Civil

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a reception honoring Lafayette.By feathered headdress has led I War were still serving on Capitol I ....... . . .L L1O.. ..VaWO.

Spirit of America many people to suppose that I Hill F. ALFORDRegistered,
1860, the growing number. !
she
was Pocahontas.It .
j
Dr. Melvin M.
The United, States Capitol, be of Senators and Representativeswere i I Payne, executive I

gun 170 years ago on a weed beginning to feel crowded. was 1916 before the newwings' vice president of the National J i Real Estate Broker

choked hilltop, comes warmlyto Ironically, a drive for more last sculptured pedimentwas I Geographic Society, has taken I

life In a new official history space was spearheaded by Jefferson i in place. Today, the Capitol Bunnell Florida

and guidebook entitled We. the Davis, later to head the : has another addition-the II

People. Confederacy. Money was ap eastward extension of the central Community NOTICE OK HTOCKHOLDERS

propriated for enlargementsthat area that provided 102 new U hereby MEETINGNotice the
Memorial Church vrockhhald
The book has been publishedby would reduce the original rooms. The cornerstone was laid annual meeting of
: of the Citizen Bank of Bunnell
the nonprofit United States wings to links between the mas : by President Eisenhower in 1959; t..e..I..tI..1 will be held at the office of the

Capitol Historical Society to sive new additions and the Rotunda the work was carried out by AIR CONDITIONED Bank In January Bunnell Florida on 8:00 Wednesday o'

foster deeper understanding of Capitol Architect J. George Stewart Daytona A v.. clock I:'. M, for :he19tet: o of a
Board of Directors to serve for the
rtM' the great building's founding, The Capitol's third cornerstone and completed Just in time FLAGLER BEACH ensuing year and for the tranac-:

..'. > growth, and significance. took 4 for President tlon of such other business as may
ceremony place on July Kennedy's' Inaugu Sunday School 10:00 A.M. properly come before the meeting:,
1851. Daniel Webster's melodic ration on a sunny, $now-glazed HOWELL l'J PEAVY. Cashier.
Photographs, historical paint. Church Service 11:00 A.M. Dec 20. 1983 2, 1964-2to
voice rang over the stilled east day In January, 1961.
moodof
and text evoke the .
ings
R. W. DICKERT. PasU IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 08E1'ENTIi THE
"Be It then
plaza: known that
events from the Joy of enveloping "But will the Capitol ever be JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
at I on this day, the Union of the finished?" Mrs. Aikman asks BVtfRYONB WELCOYIDHASTINGS OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOIL
George Washington I KI-AOLKU COUNTY. IV CIIAN-
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United States stands firm that 11 A'- '
the first cornerstone ceremonyIn ; citing proposals for new facilities CKUV. NO. 4787BJARNE

1793 to the sorrow at President II their constitution still exists unimpaired such as a garage beneaththe URSIN. Plaintiff.

and with all its .
Kennedy's bier. The book's original plaza. MATTRESS '
I usefulness and SARAH ),(. VAN PELT et al.
.
glory.
144 pages contain 175 illustra Prpbably not For the Capitol, & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Defendants.

The new legislative halls were as historian Allan Nevins NOTICE TO DEFEND
.- dons, with 136 in color. says 710.12 Lemon St.
models of beauty 'with hand. In an introduction to We, the TO: SARAH M. VAN PELT not
We, the People may somely paneled walls and Palatka, Florida known to be dead or alive: 'and
Copies'of newfangled People, "is a Mighty Engine, I AIL UNKNOWN HEIRS. DE\- IS.EES. -
be obtained from the U. S. Capl gas lighting. But some tentled and Phone EA 5-9166 I GRANTEES ASSIGNEES
kept throbbing
by -
tol Historical Society, House Of. Members of Congress were not the indefatigable efforts of a se. Fumitu', Upholstering TEES l ?Rgit OTHER 1 TIER'b
Repaired & Refinished
{ flee Building, Washington D. c., to enjoy the new quarters for lect assemblage which. repre Mattresses & Box Springs CLAIMANTS under or against, claiming the' :ltd through SARAH,

' 20155; cloth, $7.75, paper, $155, long. Came secession-and withit sents far more of our national Made xc Order Also Renovated M. be VAN dead PELT or alive(who) la In not or knownto to the

postage Included. the poignance of Southerners strengths that our weaknesses." Call Laura Morris 437-3233 following described land situatedIn

bidding their colleagues fare The U.s. After 6:00 P. M. Flakier County Florida. to-wit of:
\ Capitol Historical So. Part of Government Lot 2
We the was produced
People
well. PRICES REASONABLE. Section 23, Township 11 South,
by the National Geographic So. ciety, organized in 1962, welcomes Ranre SI East, situated In FlaK
Crowned With Dome public membership. Its BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. ler County, Florida, and more
ciety as a public service. In for. Just as near at your particularly described as follows:
mat, the book Is a companionto Work on, the Capitol continued officers and trustees include Phone or Post Office Beginning at the point where the

the popular White House .In Wartime. Lincoln was quoted President Lyndon B. Johnson, Drop Uf A Card or Call South boundary Lot 2 Intersects of the said the Easterly Government

I as saying, "If people see the Members of Congress, distinguished Free Pick-up & Delivery boundary of the 600 foot right
National Ceo
guide produced
by
of way of the Florida Intracoastal
graphic's editorial and photo. : Capitol going on, It Is a sign historians, 'educators, and I Waterway, according to plat recorded -

., we Intend the Union shall go businessmen. Chairman of therTHE IV TIIH rillCTIT COtlllT. SEV- In Plat Book 4 at page 12
graphic staffs for the White i\TII ,JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IV fit the Public Records of Flag.
-, ANn FOR Fl.AtiL.Kll UUUiVri,I fir unti.-'Flori! ; and running
House Historical Association "
FLOItlDA, IN CIIANCKRY NO. thence North 46 43' 66 West along
MO. 471M the said Easterly right of way boun-
In the words of Iowa Representative RICHAIIDBETTY dary a distance of 359.38 feet:
UALLETT.l'lalntltt. *
thence North 62 31' 04 Fast a
Fred Swengel, president distance of 91888 feet to Perma-
ALLEN Monument .No. 1,
POWELL nent Reference
of the Capitol Historical So. HALLETT. located on the top edge of the

Clety, the Capitol stands as "a Defendant ocean barrier; thence continuing
NOTICK TO AI" '":''' North 62' 31' 04* East a distance
symbol In stone of the success IN THE NAME OF THE STATE' OF of approximately 50.0 feet to the
FLORIDA: mean high water line of the wa-
of our Republic. Five million TO: HETTY ALLEN POWELL ters of the Atlantic Ocean: thence
people visit It each year. Some HALLETT Southeasterly, on a meander of the
Whoae place of residence and mean high water line of the waters
7,500 men and women report post office address are unknown of the Atlantic Ocean a distanceof
and Its of. approximately 736.I5..tde\-to\ to
daily to the Capitol
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED t South line of the
live buildings to help the 535 to Ale with the Clerk of thin Court ernment Lot 2: thence South 884 *-
your Answer to the Complaint filed 11* West along the South line
Members of Congress keep up herein against you In the above of the said Government Lot 2. a
', with their legislative\ tasks. entitled cause on or before the 10th distance of approximately 54.0 feet
to a point on the edge of the
day of January. 1964 and nerve a top
The Capitol's 540 rooms ,hum THINGS TO DO AFTER 65- copthereof upon Klnsey, Vincent ocean barrier' and* said point' being --
South 23 42' 04 East a distance
& Pyle. plaintiff attorney herein
with activity. BUT BEWARE OF CHICKENS whose address U 42 South Peninsula of 71241 feet from the above mentioned
Drive, Daytona Beach Flor Permanent Reference Monu
Many of the Nation's most BACKTALK from the land of I any pantywaist elements to it and ida. The Flagler Tribune I. hereby ment No. 1; thence* continuing
South 88' 46' 11 West along the
designated aa the In
I dramatic events have taken : that would give the retired peoplethe which this Order shall newspaper be publishedonce South line of the said GovernmentLot
"11m past the retired 2, a distance of 84005 feet to
age, practical guidance describedin a week for four consecutive
place under the Capitol roof. A listed an 'Involuntary Quit' from the plan . ," weeks Herein fall not or a Decree the point of beginning of this de
Confesso will be entered' scription.
mourning populace has paid final a long career of service at one of James R. Raleigh against Pro you for such failure. The Subject, however to right of
tribute to 17 of Its sons In the large research firms of the nature of thl. suK 'la a bill for way of State Road No. A1A.Bearings ,
A lot of
( Mayors would get divorce are referred to the True
the Rotunda. Four martyred country. At my retirement party started on such a project If WITNESS my hand and seal at Meridian and parcel contains 8.49

Presidents Lincoln, Garfield, 1VII presented a plaque and senior citizens Bunnell, Flakier County. Florida acres more or exclusive of
enough them le.a't
wrote
other trinkets for service to this 10th day of December, A. D. the right of State Itond
McKinley, and Kennedy-lay in my letters expressing an Interest) 196. : No. A1A.
the company."I e (Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE ALSO all of said Government Lot
e
state there. immediately Joined an engineering Clerk of Circuit l Court 3, lying Southerly of a Westerly
"We need a little more positive Flagler County. Florida production of the Northerly boundary
consultant firm, where Dee 12-19-21. 196} & Jan. J, 1)64
Within the framework of theNation' of the above described par.
about
thinking retirement acUvI-
age was secondary, and as personnel cal: Northerly of a West production
history, Lonnelle Alk- well ties. Everybody dwells too muchon IX TUB' CIRCUIT COURT OF TUBjlKVKVril of the South boundary of the

man, author of We the People 500 people manager In technical placed jobs. over Sev the problems, and on the pills FLOIIIIIA.JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUITOK FOIL above the described Easterly mean parcel high: Easterlyof waterline

tells the lively story of the Capltol's eral months ago I decided to go and plaster to cure them. Too lit. FI.AOLKIl COl'XTY, IN CHAXrKRY of the Florida Intracoastal
NO.4TJW.. IUV. A
tle on the bright side on the good Waterway and Westerly of the
evolution and the personalities Into business on my own, and QUACK II. KNIPPBR. Easterly right of way boundaryof
and that have have placed approximately 75 things that can and do happen. Plaintiff the said Waterway containing
episodes "From Canada to Florida, and va. .' 0.81 acres, more or less.
made it national temple. men and women in Jobs, HENRY J. KN1PPER.
a from Maine to the Pacific, some Defendant The last described parcel being
Dutklne subject to a canal right of
There was'a time when life Murray. aggressive retired people have IN TUB NOTICE OF MJ1T' easement to the United States way of
NAME OF THE STATE
on Capitol Hill was more leisure. been holding delightful Jobs this OF FLORIDA: America
"Somebody must have been running summer . all because they TO: Henry J. Knlpper o littoral i with all common law
ly and unbridled than decorumnow a fever when they told you a thought creatively Instead of ne,. Address and residence unknown I and rights Rater appertaining rights and to said riparian -

permits. Vendors once sold good way to stretch a retirement atively. YOU ARM HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat two parcels of land.

root beer In the abandoned Old income was to have a few chick. "They had to use their Imaginations a suit In equity has been YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
for meat and Did brought against you by Grace H. that a complaint has been filed
House Chamber. Congressmen ens eggs. you to visualize such Jobs as Knlpper In the Circuit Court of against you In the above entitled
sometimes took their quarrels to know that If you've got chickens mlghttbe open to them; to make the Hnventh Judicial Circuit of cause now pending In the Circuit

In the yard you can't go on a trip the effort to get a list of summer Florida ,In and for Flagler County Court of Florida the Judicial Circuit
vitriolic
the dueling field. Virginia's and you are hereby summoned, ordered of In and for Flarler
and can't even be sick in bed then and required to file In
did not camps; to muster the courage your Bounty Chancery wherein
John Randolph The creatures must have atten to offer their services written answer or defense to the BJarne Ursln Is plaintiff and
hesitate to address Senate President lion as complaint filed herein against you above named and referred to parties -
a.l.l..lthe
. time.
teachers of woodcraft, rifle-shoot In the above entitled cause In the are defendants; and you are
John C. Calhoun as "would. Mrs. II. M. Peters lag, camping, sailing, fishing. Indian office cf the Clerk of the Circuit required to file your answers or
Court In' and for Flatter County pleadings to the
be President of the United States, e lore, nature, and other things Florida at his office In the Court the Clerk of said complaint Court and with to

which God In his Infinite mercy "Why don't you smart fellows summer camps offer. House In Bunnell. Florida on or serve copy thereof upon the
before January 14 1964. and to attorneys Wakefleld and
avert" stop talking and start doing. That "The pay would be small, I sup serve a copy of such answer or \plaintiffs.n 211 Hall Building ISO

Refreshments for the Ladle Idea of yours to set up a citywide pose. But the Jobs probably provide defense upon John E. Chlsholm.plaintiffs a Ida n. Second Street Miami ai.Flor-
herein not later
and board attorney whose than January 27. 1164:
and I
The period from the 1820's to Senior Citizens Bureau as room imagine address la Suite 319 Bank Building. If you fall to do ao. Judgment
part of the city government wasa provide some rewarding New Smyrna Beach Florida and default will be taken against yoir
the eve of the Civil War was i experiences . ." according to the Florida Rules of for the relief prayed ln the
splendid but why not
one set
complaint
Civil Procedure. It you fall to do
the age of chivalry, Mr Alk- man writes. "Gentlemen of the entered against you for the relief purpose of
will reforming
get All that
us nowhere sorts certain
N.w GOLDEN VKAIts M-.... k.... demanded In the complaint led
>> from '
House end Senate welcomed of retired people would rally behind -' I.' ... r..<-. ...* ... U ..!. ... The name of the court In which ham O. Payntar.Isaac also known to Abra.
'I. .tam,*HDtlt.Cara. a.* .*11.G..>4 thla suit has ben Instituted Is the Abraham a. aa
bureau
of a that didn't have Payntar. dated
visiting ladles to the floors Cttar SUlU.. M.w Trk II. N. T. Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial 11. 1914. filed August 33. 1914.August
and
their respective halls, or seeing Circuit. Flarler County. Flor recorded In 33. t>are 101
ida and the abbreviated title of Records
I of the Public of St
their guests sitting for hours In this cause Is ordered: v. Knlpper. Count. Florida and re-filed Johns for
hot and would It Is hereby that this order record on October ...
crowded galleries, 1920 and
and notice shall be publishedonce re-recorded
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. In Deed Book 3.
pass up refreshments of fruit a week for four consecutive IT! of the Public Records of Flag.
I weeks la The Flarler Tribune, ler
a County Florida, and for
tied to the ends of long stlckL"Early newspaper I published In Bunnell, purpose of quieting' the the
construction of the Capl-1' B. CBAIO Funeral Director i Flarler County, Florida, and hay'Inl' the above described dt t\\ the to
a general circulation In FlagIcr said
tol lack of ..... JOHN HARBIN. Associate County Florida. Bjarne Ureln against the
was hampered by ] rlalma and Interests deThis
I WITNESS my hand .. Clerk of fenda.ts and each of tbem. -
funds and skilled workmen. The II said
: AIR Circuit Court of Flagler notice shall be
OXYGEN ( unt,. Florida, and the seal of once each week published
first Senate and House wings' LADY I for tour con.ecu_
,
said court at Bunnell Flarler live weeks In The
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED County, Florida, oa the 16th Tribune.
were blult after the/wnerstone' day DONE: AND 133thda at Ihia_
ATTENDANT of December 1963.
laying on September 18, 1793, AMBULANCES:: I Official Seal] K. A. 8MYTHE :::\.F. 116E, thll of 0.-

when a 500.pound ox was bar. I Clerk Circuit Court E. A. 8MTTHE

becued. These wings were bad. Phone ID 7-3532 .I'JOHN E. for CH1KIIOLMAttorney .Flarler Plaintiff County Florida of.na.ler of Count Florida Court

ly damaged but noT, destroyedby 201 E. MOODY BLVD. J BtJNIfELL FLORIDA Suite 311 Bank Building Dy Jalta R. Harvey aerk..

fire in the War" f 11812. Cor- New Smyrna Ueach. Florida (Circuit 8lealjly
Dea 13-19-36.1963 Jan, 2. 1961 Dec. 26. 1963 Jan. 2-J-U, 1961
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EIGHT .,." t4! FLACiLER TRIBUNE. BUNN .L. nO'MD' Thursday, January 2, 1964tHE

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Plan Ways to Feed 1 I ahead, the University of Floridaag

a men can't renege on their

ii 1 f I i More on Less LandTo New Year's resolution..

I i (Continued from Page b) I I The agricultural officials have
I i I' insure that you will have
i j| Among those from Bunnell in I' three meals per day in the years resolved to step up their pace
I|to discover ways to feed mil-
I Orlando Saturday for the Ellis
Morris I I lions more on less land and with* :
Wedding were Mr. and .
fEjLFL
Mrs. Bob Cook and daughters, CLASSIFIEDFOR fewer workers.

Janet and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Future plans for the Herculean ,

Dale Brown, Jr., and David task have been unveiled

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Me- .I" 'r'I to 50 of Florida's top 'agri-'

Daniel, Mrs. Anthony Kahlert, I businessmen who are membersof

IF YOU LIVE TO AGE 88, I I A. M McDaniel, and Mr. and the Florida Agricultural.

THIS IS HOW IT MAY BEAfF I i Mrs. M. B.; Fuller. From Flagler SALE-1956 half ton pickup II Council, according to Dr. E. T.
Beach were Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeM. truck with ,or without .
: ALL GOES WELL in and I clean and sit down ti camper. j York, University of Florida provost
1IL: .wW, yourw''r'etirement up Moody and Mr. and Mrs. See or call Buddy Chambers at of
and you crack the supper at 4:45.: ? I agriculture.
Charles Tonkin.Florida's
ID
life insurance tables by living into "After that it is time for the beginning 73670. 1.2-ltp I

your late 80'.-as just about I I of the sunset, and I sit ii FOR SALE-1955 Pontiac 4-door
everybody expects to do- what my rocker and watch it for ar excellent I !
will it be like hour. Then I go in to hear tht I I Seaports mechanical condition. I IAlA. PETERSON. TEXACO
A Cleveland, Ohio, man who retired |Huntley-Brinkley report on TV, :' Bargain. Gulf Service Station, SERVICE

to Stuart, Fla., has come up and watch other TV programs until Valuable 'Tonnage 1.2-ltp I
with a pretty good answer. 9. Then I read the Saturdaj ROAD SERVICE

lie is William Knapp, known Evening Post or National Geographic Florida's leading seaports i I FOR SALE LP Gas outfit, used Light Mechanical Work

affectionately to his large famUy for a while and go tc handled more valuable import Preway yellow porcelain wall Phone. '4373441 Bunnell

around Cleveland as "Cramp." lie bed. ." and exports during the first oven; Waste King Stainless Steel 1 _A
is 88. Ills description of life at that surface unit. Reasonable. Call
Mr. Knapp finds his nights Ion*, six
months of last year, although
age comes from a letter written and restless, and at the same timea ID 73384. Jan 2.2tp IV Tim CIRCUIT OF,
back to his family and passed fascinating part 'of his life "1 th"e: tonnage was less than in the PUAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIPA.
I along by a granddaughter, Mrs often cannot go to sleep until 2 like period of 1962, the Florida FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed- DORIS IN CIIANCKHY: K1U8TOF NO. 4801 \

I R. G Reynolds (a mother of two). A.M.," he says, "and so have three State Chamber of Commerce room duplex apartment. Large v.. Plaintiff

J ""My days are usually spent or more trying hours in bed; pointed out in its Weekly Busi rooms, screened porch. PhoneID GEORGE KRISTOFDefendant

i' around the house (in Stuart) and I "I have written enough speeches ness Review released this week. 7.3304 12-19-TF ,NOTICE TO DEFEND

on the veranda watching the I sermons, letters and travelogues "One factor involved in the THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
beauty and grandeur" of the St.1 in my mind during these higher value of foreign trade is FOR SALE-5T( x 10.House Trail c/o GEORGE B. Erdmann KRISTOF **'': r

Lucid River, Mr. Knapp says periods to fill ten good-sired vol. the gradual development of a er; utility building; 100! x 225' 43 Boulevard Bonn Nouvelle.
"Nature has excelled itself in this I lot. Tel. Part Xe. FranceYou '
4373548.
times 12-2e-tfc
Florida market for better are hereby notified that
spot and as I sit in rocker grade a
my "The mind is a wonderful medium suit ha been filed against you In
watching I can realize the handi'I with which to entertain foreign made goods. The ton. I' WANTED IRONING to do at my the above entitled cause, and you
your. are hereby required to fie your answer
work of the Creator. . is due to
self If you do not fight it or try nage drop partly a home, reasonable. Pick up & de with the Clerk of thU. Court,
j, Mr. Knapp spent most of his life too hard to control thought, you work stoppage and to last sea.son' livery. Phone ID 73669. and to serve a copy thereof upon
in Cleveland, was in the sign bush I'I will be amazed *('the wonderful short citrus crop," the 10-24-tf the who*plaintiff*,name or ana" plaintiff address a lac attorney:

ness, and did not retire until she things it will do to you and for trade body said."Waterborne RAT SELDEN
was 75. He remarried at 78, has you. You can think of constructive Imports from SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Helden Daytona B Beach.ilding Florida, USA

>betn'in Stuart nine years things to do, make speeches to foreign countries into Florida fields Installed; snail shell. Rea. not later than January 18. 1964.
.
"t If you fall to do co decree proconfesso
'People often wonder what a yourself as an unseen audience, came to 3,135,650 tons during sonable prices. Call George Ja- will be inet
person my age does to pass away solve difficult problems, conjugate you for the relief demanded the
the first half of 1963, down 7 roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf bill of complaint The nature oteald
Cthe time, he continues. "Well, I ,, verbs in Latin or English, write' suit being: for divorce.
I find each day a challenge. There essays, paint pictures in your per cent from 1962. The valueof HELP WANTED-Couple to run WITNESS my hand and seal of

I ,are many good books to read, and,I mind, perform Impossible tasks these imports totaled $143 restaurant, living quarters In. aid Court A, D this 1963.17th -day of December -

magazines with endless, tiresome I! . and gradually drift off into a 200,000, up almost 2 per cent eluded. Must have experience. (Official Seal) E. A 8MYTHE
articles to try to read. Then there' world of dreams. of both Clerk of said Circuit Court
\ "Export goods, originating
I I Will pay great percent of grossto By Julia K Harvey
is the
which I read
newspaper until "And even the dreams can bring in Florida and in other Deputy Clerk
11:30: AM. right party. Animal Land, Dec. l28 & Jan. %- -ItcIff
I I you unexpected experiences in states, moving through thestate's
"At that time I wash for din have AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler
which
up i you may joy, sorrow, TUB COUNTY JUIMJK'1 COURT
amounted to 2
ner, eat at 12 noon, then watch TV or pain, depending on what you seaports, Beach. 8.1*tf. IN AND VOlt PbAHLKH COUN.
679,000 tons (down 2 cent) TY, FI'OIUUA. IN rilOIIATK.
for an hour. After that I call a taxi ate for supper" per ""' CASE NO. 030
to take me to the shuffleboard .'.- GOLDEN YEARS tp... booklttMW worth $123,700,000, a 'gain of 5 IN ItS: Estate of
courts, to play three or four I l rudy. and It* la cola (M iUnpi, per cent. JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER CHRISTY FINCH deceased
var. of thU ntwtpiptr, to tHpt, C8PS, IVOTH<1 OF P1I.N1NO PETITION
games. A friend drives me home, Orud Cen'ralS'.U,.,N.w Y.rk 17,N.Y. "Advance reports for 'the BEACH REALTY CO. 10'01FINAl.. imCIIARfm! OF
AUMI\l<*TItATOK
- months following June 1S83, LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON

I showed considerable improve WATER FRONT, FARMS, CERN Notice: I la hereby given that I
for 661 cent of the increasein
More TelephonesIn per ment. Current high activity In ACREAGE have filed my final returns as ad
ministratrix of the of
1962, compared with 51 per estate
the state's ports gives strong indication See us for your real estate needs CHRISTY FINCH deceased; that
cent 10 years earlier. At the beginning I have lied my petition for final
'I 1962 Than Ever of 1963, there were five that all 1963 totals will Office Phone HE 9-2242 discharge, and that I will apply
be well above 1962 when final Residence Phones ID 7.3691 to the Honorable T K McKnlght.

In World ,,Hisory I telephones for every 100 persons reports are available." or ID 7-3517 County Florida, JCjaJar lafJ. rl.nlr
I in the world. This was a slight approval of the same and for final

More added i rise from the 4.9 per 100 persons ___ ... I discharge_ aa.__administrator! ..- of the
telephones were u estate ortUUS'I'I: fJiMUii, deceased -
r
throughout the world in 1962 reported the previous year. December. 11, 1963

''j than in any previous year. Over The United States had 43.1 24 Hour 8/ MarcelU Administratrix K. Prather of the Estateof

nine million additional telephones telephones for every 100 persons WreckerService Christy Finch, deceased.
Dec. 11-26 & Jan. 24tc
were placed in service, and ranked ninth in total tele

bringing the world's total up to phones with 3,053,752. The next \ IV TilE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OPPLAUL.KR

159200000. highest densities were Canada IN CHANCERY NO. 4799
Truck & Tractor Co
MIGUEL
Flagler
The largest previous gain was with 33.7 and New Zeland with BRETALPlaintiff
in 1959 when 8.8 million were YII.
33.6 telephones per 100 persons. MASSEY.FERGUSON MARIA BRETALDefendant

installed. Canada had the fifth highest Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Japan added more than a million NiVrifK TM I1P.VKNUTUB
total, 6,330,000 after West Ger ffATB OP FLORIDA TO,
telephones in 1962 and became many's 7,047,031.: New Zeland VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 :MAUIA BRETALCORUNA.
.
the third ranking countryin had a total of 850,572. Owner Bunnell, Florida You are hereby HI'AIN notified that a
total telephones. The United suit has been filed against you In
Other countries in the top 10 I I the above entitled cause; and you
States ranked first with 80,969,* are hereby required to file your answer -
Japan total of 7 of total telephones were: Russia --- with the Clark of this Court.
000. had a ,-
and to serve a copy thereof upon
356007. an estimated 5,769,200; the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
The included In France, 4,977,797; Italy, 4,654,744; whose name and address is.:
figures were SAMUEL V. HOLCH
the 1963 edition of 'The World's : and Australia, 2,382,478. Russia's fir Insurance polities we write still girt the same Pala N 3rd Street
U.
& Florida a A.
Telephones released today by telephones per 100 persons In. dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad. not later ntoJ\nuary 14. ltd.
creased to 2.6 from 2.3 a If you fall .o. decree proconfes.o
the American Telephone and : year dltlonal coverage bentfIts-Horn* Owner's Policy-at very will be entered against

Telegraph Co. All figures are earlier. little extra costRemember you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
as of January 1, 1963 since it Canadians apparently con. aid salt being for divorce.
IL T. Cook is to
tlnued to use their telephonesmore Agency ready help you WITNESS my hand and veal of
takes a year to obtain the data. take advantage of these extra coverages. Telepllon.431.3361 said Court this 10th day of Decent-
India had a greater percent than any one else. They bar A.ID'se n"E..A.
or stop In soon for full details.H. ( SMYTHE
!age of gain in 1962, than any averaged 613.4 telephone conversations Clerk of said Circuit Court

other country, but it still ranked per person, with an In. T COOK AGENCY By Julia R. Clerk
last among the 27 countries reporting crease of more than 60 conversations Phon 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo. Dee. .M..,. m, & S::!21964qe

over the prior year's
500,000 or more phones.
India reported it had C02.G30, 551.6 figure. The United States

compared to 518,036 a year remained second with 556.6 conversations Jlllolrr GJrtbunrntJJINKLL. I

earlier. This was a gain of 16.3 per person, while Ice FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT FLORIDA
'per cent. Japan's Increase of land kept its third ranking with

more than one million telephones 527.1. I AMBULANCE ) MRS. )I. B. FULLER Editor
was a gain of 15.9 percent Bell System telephone users

New York City 4.793,371 can call 97.9 per cent of all the SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4 1625 Ikcepate4 OMHal r.wieatl.e

phones at the beginning of 1963 telephones in the world, compared ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA f.. ....... X.il .e .f PlagU

outranked 20 of the 27 countrieson with 87.7 per cent a year c..t,. M.alela.11 II.. t...*..
the listCountries earlier. Almost 86 per cent of Never be hsltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. W. ... th* Seat./ Fl.....

outside the United the world's telephones were con arc always at your Mrrlc with promptness, safety and

States are making rapid gains centrated in North America and txptrienc Entered AI second due matter
in:'new and accounted Europe.
phones February i His. at the poatofflc
Equipped With Resusitator and Inhalators
-- Oxygen at Bunntll. Florida under act of

\ North Carolina lsh* widestof Timber is big!, business, but it Garcia Funeral HomeP. March S. 1171

the eastern Stated It spans always faces the! scourge of fire.
500 miles from the Applachaln Last year fires destroyed enough E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director One year _...,_.. ste.i .

Mountains to the Outer Bankson timber in Florida to build 50000 LADY ASSISTANT :i 81i months __fPAGE I.s.

the Atlantic Ocean six room houses. .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .
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