Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 29, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00672
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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50 NO. 47 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1962 $2.50. A YEAR


Aldrich SpeakerAt Bunnell School t Funeral Service Billy MatthewsTo Group Plans ... I

Civil Defense Observes CD Defense Held Here For Visit Here Senior Class .

-- Meet Friday Night Evacuation DrillAll Mrs. Flannigan December 12th Nassau Trip "

students and faculty mem Congressman DA R. (Billy) .
bers of Bunnell High School, Matthews \will be in Flagler
Admiral C. E. Aldrich, State I Mrs. Martha Dunson Flanni Bunnell
High School Senior
grades kindergarten through 12, County for his Post Office visitations -
Deputy Director of Civil Defense, participated in the first Civil gan passed away unexpectedlyat on Wednesday, December Class members and members of
will be speaker at special civil her home, South Gate, Mich., the Nassau Trip Planning Board
Defense Evacuation Drill Wednesday 12, according to an announcement \
defense meeting to be held at November 17., She was found on met Tuesday evening at the '
November 21. received from his Gaines
the civic center this Friday night Implementation of the Civil November 22 by her husband ville office this week. P. A. Edmonson home to make
'at 8 o'clock. This isbeing when he returned home from
'program Defense plan has been going on plans for their May 18th Senior
about '20 I. a trip. He will meet with the Class '
sponsored by for several weeks.. Teachers, bus peo- Trip. ". :; 1
civic and service ple of at the
organizations I Flagler County
drivers and students have been
Mrs. Flannigan was born in The 'itrip is parent sponsored
'of .L
Flagler County Bunnell Post Office on Wednes-
.. x I carefully studying the evacua- Alabama and resided in Flagler and the cost will be approximately
day, December 12 from 10 A.M.
The talk by Admiral Aldrich
tion plan and preparing for the County a number of years and $2,000 for the 26 stu-
to 10:25 A.M.:
will deal with personal preparedness drill. The evacuation .plan was attended the Bunnell High dents, The financing will be ,
. and individual pro. presented to the Board of Public School. She had resided in He will 'lalso visit with con "done by sponsoring various, proj
: tection. Afllm on "Fallout and Instruction on February 6th of South Gate for the past eight stituents at the Flagler Beach ects. After discussion and plan-
Radiation" will be shown after Post Office from 10:40 to 11 A. M.:I
this year by Mr. John A. Cannon years. She was 42 years of age. ning, most of the dates for the
1 the,talk. The,, program is scheduled and Mr. Clifford McGriff, the same day.Congressman. projects set. ....
r. to last about an hour. Civil ,Defense Coordinators for She is survived by her husband Matthews is on. ,

f '. At the conclusion of the talk ,the school. The Board Approved James Flannigan, South his Post Office visitations in Today the class members will '-
I I Gate; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I attempt to complete the sale of
and film, questions may bej the plan without amendment. each county of the 8th Congres-
'. asked of Admiral Aldrich and I I As an outgrowth' of the ''Bun. W. L. Dunson of Bunnell; three sional District.. All constituentsare advertising for the school an

\' members of the local Civil De nell' High School Plan and its sisters, Mrs. Martin Harding, invited to meet their Representative nual. They have a deadline of
.':',: fense .Staff. Byron Hinson of implementation all schools in and Mrs. George Jarosz, 'both of I at times and places December 10th to complete the sl,
Bunnell and Mrs. Akins I
+ Bunnell High School and Tilman Flagler County have been equipped George i indicated if they have matters sales. ;
of. Palatka four brothers, W. L.
; Robinson of Soil Conservation with transistor radios for ; to discuss with him. ,
Dunson, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale; Saturday morning they will l
:'r' Service, .-both of whom have been montitoring the conalrad frequencies -, 'I During that week Congress.
Marcus Dunson and William conduct a bake sale at 9 o'clockin t
trained in radiation detection and with, compressedair man Matthews will visit Dixie, r
Dunson of Flagler Beach; and front of the Bunnell Post Of
;' , and protection, will be present alarm horns. Flagler, Gilchrist, Levy and St. ,
Robert Dunson of. Chicago, 111. fice. The baked goods will be
't!: to answer questions on the local ; The evacuation drill on last I Johns Counties. i
Also surviving'are several neices donated by parents' the class
j' level. Wednesday revealed a splendid During the afternoon Con- I I II
and nephews. members and the sale will be .
" I The civic organizations of attitude on the 'part of all personnel I II gressman will visit in St. Johns under direction of Mrs. Emil
w. Flagler County strongly urgeis involved. Bus drivers, Graveside funeral services County.. 1

"'. 'their members and the general !teachers' and students displayed I were held at three o'clock Sunday I Smythe. I

public to attend this meeting. a serious and'a.. cooperative attitude I afternoon at the Espanola Plans for a turkey shoot ,at

i toward the drill. As a I Cemetery. Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., Pal ParkerPasses. .the Bunnell Airport at 1 o'clockon ..1

first drill, the evacuation was pastor oaf the First Methodist December 8. Jack Hosford, E
highly successful. A carefulevaluation Church of Bunnell, officiated. Red Powell, and P. A. Edmonson -
i' Flagler Comity x of the drill revealed Pallberers' were Tommy Sal- . ,Away will select other members

: I I.r. several areas which will need yerds, Cordell Robertson, Milton to.'.assist them. They also plana
f School Bus( Drivers some, further study and modification Pellicer, .Paul Stanish, Spencer Sunday :Turkey Shoot on December 15.

. '' however These modifi- White, and Bert Harding: 1Ordination / .. ,,J .
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'G"t' B' "' s tsYia i 4.- ) -i The class
,;- ,. : 1 .iY Yi . :: cations PresentlK'bein-: "*' gler'Beach < is#lsqsponsoring' a
't are '* -j i.PalParker: ,_..Sr.. Vof F -cii. 1stmas-. Ball at- th&..Bunnell
" made Flagler County School Bus anticipated of ; passed away Sunday 'in Civic Center on '"December< 20.
: Transportation Department has another drjll will be held: before 1 the Ormond 'Beach Hospital following The music will be furnished

been rated 100 per cent of excellence the Christmas holidays. j I!New Deacons at an illness of short dura free by "The Tradesmen" from

C for safety, efficiency, Residents in the area of the!; tion.He Laytona Beach. "
and economy ,b L) the State De- school are informed that from' First Baptist Church i was born. in Rockdale, !I ,
I t Plans for a big variety shotivis
,partment of Education. Flagler time to time loud blasts oh .the County, Ga., and moved to Flag I
County was one' of 11 of the 671 school defense alarm horn will Dr. James W. Parrish, executive -f ler Beach in 1947 from Atlanta.He scheduled for January 24 at
counties receiving the ,,100 per be heard. These alarm signalsare I vice president of Stetson f established and operated the the Bunnell High School Audi-

cent safety awards for '1962. I' for drill purposes. University, will be the featured I Parker Plumbing Co. 'in Atlanta torium. The show will have

Flagler County bus drivers I speaker at the ordination of. from 1920 to 1947. He was a many talented performers from

. also .received Safe Driver Award CYRIL SLOVAK IN I l three new deacons at the First member of the Elks; Atlanta both Bunnell and Daytona

||' ; Pins ..and cards for several years I. FLORIDA BUILDUP II I Baptist Church. Lodge No. 78; American Legion Beach..
of safe driving. .I The ordination will take place Post No. 1; Morningside Masonic Mrs. Homer Brooks will be in

FlaglerCounty School BusT ON CUBAN DEAL1 1: this coming Sunday night, December ,I Lodge and Redmen, and was ac- charge of a fish fry in February

drivers receiving safe driver With an Air Force Combat I 2nd at 7:30. The new I five in civic and religious affairs the date to be announced later. I

award pins were: Dorothy C. Support Unit in Southeastern I deacons are Shelton Brooks, [ there. They plan "swamp cabbage" as

Salyerds, three years; Colleen, United States-Airman Second I Byron Hinsori and David Hilsen- i I Mr. Parker organized the a special delicacy for the menu. II'

Dupont, six years; Mary H. .Class Cyril M. Slovak ot Bun I beck.t,. They were elected by the!Chamber' of Commerce and Busi Other plans call for a White

Harding, eight years; Stella :M. nell, is among the Air Force -per church in September, DeWayne nessmen's Club in Flagler Beach. Elephant Sale and several "

:Moody, eight years; Eva Botter- sonnel serving on alert; duty in MettS Is chairman of the deacons -I He was active in real estate; and dances.

busch, ten years; John H. Bot- support of the President's actions . ,for the current church year. I was a builder and developer of '

j- terbusch, 13 years; Travis Chambers in the Cuban crisis. Rev. Atlee Stevens will give the Morningside subdivision of Band Parents i

15 years; Pauline Cooler; Airman Slovak, an air police I the charge to the new deacons, I Flagler Beach. He Was a min-

seven years; Rubye Baker, eight man, has been in ,a -state of and Rev. Thomas Pinner the ister of Jehovah's Witnesses. Sponsor Fish
years. readiness with his unit since charge to the church. frhe pub. Survivors include his wife, ,

the initial alert order was ,given. lic is invited to attend. A reception I Irma Green Parker, Flagler Fry SundayThe

: -: He is assisting'In providing services in honor of the new dea. I Beach; three sons, Pal Parker,
: Local
Residents InvitedTo and support for personnel cons will following the ordina- :I Jr., and Robert A., both of Daytona Fish Fry sponsored by ,

= Free Open House of combat units who have been tidn. Beach, and Patrick E., Miami the Bunnell Band Parents Association

; At Deer Ranch moved to this area as part, of I Springs; a brother, James will be held at the
the buildup of regular' Air Force E., Atlanta; four sisters, Mrs. Stockade Grounds this Sunday, ;
Girl Staters
'; Residents of this area have units. Boy, i Claudie Chastain, 'Miami; Mrs. December 2. Serving; will begin

been invited to an "Open House" A former student at Bunnell Ida Carson, Mrs. Iva Poole and at' 12' o'clock continuing until

this Sunday afternoon, December High School, the airman is the Guests of Lions Club I Mrs. Mamie Carson, all of At- 3 p. m.., members of the associa-
2, at the International Deer I lanta; and five grandchildren. lion said.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Boys State RepresentativesRandy I.
Ranch at Silver Springs. Slovak of Star Route, Bunnell. Morris and Dean Peter Funeral services was held Proceeds from the Fish Fry

WJXT Television: 4, Jacksonville son, and Girls State Representative Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clockat will be applied on the Cherry,
and Tommy Barlett will Festival Trip to'Washington .
FIRST METHODIST Barbara Weaver were Baggett-McIntosh Chapel with Blossom ,
t;. provide free admission during I I Ii {I,guests at the luncheon meeting David J. Richards, Eustis Con for the band members.The .

t.'... the afternoon to all children and CHURCH NEWS = of the Bunnell Lions Club Tuesday greation of Jehovah's Witnesses, public is invited !to pa

. adults in North and Central i Church School is at 10 CL', m., They spoke of the sessions officiating. Burial was in Belle- tronize the Fish Fry. '

;_. . Florida. Appearing in person at i and the Morning:.Worship is at held in Tallahassee. vue Memorial Park Cemetery.
j .J' the annual Christmas Party will 11 a. m. The Methodist Youth Curtis Rodgers_''was welcomedas Pallbearers were Dick McGee, MEMORIAL MADE
: be Santa, of course, and WJXTs Fellowship will be at 6
: p. m. a new member of the club. J. D. Williams, Elton Sheehan,
Ranger HaLYoungsters ., On Wednesday the Womens Deputy District Governor Harry Percy Tpmpkins, Bert Rider, and TO LEADER DOG

:.' from this area will I I Society of Christian Service will Reiser of Daytona Beach was Maynard Carr. Mrs. John Jarosz has recently
k-; have an, opportunity to hand. I't' I meet at 9 a. m. In the fellowshipHall. present and spoke briefly. Rocky been advised of a contribution

:;tf': feed and pet 400 of Santa's deer; All women of :the church Spicer was also a guest. For all the recent innovationsin made to the "Leader Dogs for

-'I;',' bottle-feed the baby animals; are a part of the WSCS.At The club voted to hold their rods, lines, and lures, fisher the Blind" in memory of her

, '"' see a dancing chicken and ar' five P. M. Wednesday afternoon meetings in the Bunnell Civic men stick to their traditions. husband, the late John Jarosz.

-,\ fortune telling chicken; and ride is the choir practice. Anyone Center beginning January. 1, The earliest, known angling The contribution was made by
t, '.:.' in Santa's Sleigh. interested in singing in, the 1963. book in English,, the "Treatyse members of the District 11-A-l

r :. =Free parking will be available choir are welcome to attend. I The next meeting of the club of FYsshynge' Wyth 'an Angle" Cabinet of the' Lions Club in

t 1'" at the Deer Ranch which is located The Official Board will meetat i will beheld in"the evening at printed in 1496 in Westminster, Dearborn, Michigan. Her son,

i ;: Just 'east,'of Ocala Highway 8 o'clock Wednesday evening I the Civic Center.when they will" England lists 12 fly patters. Ten. Joseph S. Jarosz, is secretary
..::' 40. at the Church. hold of
j.I ,? f the Zone Meeting them are still in use. treasurer of Cabinet 11AI.ys:

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TWO THEFLAGLER; TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA __ __, aa ', r Thursday, ,Nov., 29,1962,1.5IJRR7 ,- i

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\ ' 0" Wise Farmers ". I IProsper 'turkey steaks turkey chops, and j:place 'a whole *turkey---, roasted

: turkey roasts will f J and succulent "
appear year- holiday time.

: : From I round, on the table. But no one i I,

h .is rash enough to predict that a .

Stupid TurkeysTurkeys I thigh-bone steak ever will re- !' Few things are more dangerous

-, than a train of thought that

are ,eating less these carries no freight.-Anonymous. I

; NOTES .days but enjoying it more- CLASSIFIEDADS !

while they live. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I By Leslie Poche The gobblers thrive on a new NORMAN J. SOUCY,

concentrated high.protein diet Plaintiff.
BALDWIN WINS CROWN (r Lopez defenders and scored on vs.
, that gives them more weight
: 61 to the In- LUtlngs under, tkU Beading are MARIE A. SOUCY
Ernie, Crawford, -sensational ( a yard run give ,>
with less food, the National 3 cent 9r word each Insertion Defendant. 2
broken field runner, scored on';jdians t the 1962 championship 75 cent' la minimum charge NOTICE TO DEFEND s Jr 7.
Geographic Society says. Four THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: "
runs of 65 and 61 yards and The power, of._the Indians to- f MARIE A. SOUCY
FOR SALE-Baby crib and mat-
pounds of feed make one pound 242 Sixth Avenue
with Crawford made the
for another touchdown J
1 passed of turkey. A few years ago, the tress in good conditioh. Contactby Brooklyn New York I \
Friday night to lead the Indians difference to beat a good Lopez You are hereby notified that a I
;, feed-meat ration was six to one. calling HEmlock 92004. suit has been filed against you in
to an 18-13 victory over Father team. the above entitled cause: and you ,
, Nov. 29-ltc .
But the big birds must be
are hereby required to file your
: Father Lopez 6 0 7 0 an-
,r-, Lopez. pampered as well as fed. Forthe swer with the Clerk of this Court.
The win Baldwin the Baldwin 0 6 6 6 FOR SALE-Formica table with and to serve a copy thereof upon
gave elite, there are ,electric the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
4 chairs $40.00; headboard for whose and address is
St. Johns River Conference crown name :
blankets their feet
to warm *
PUPPETTE OPEN SEASON twin size bed, padded, $10.00; I Richard D. Bertone
and the first place trophy in the fresh violets to please their pal. 144 Burleigh Avenue
tea : second annual Potato Bowl WEDNESDAY. DEC. 5th. RCA Orthophonic Stero record Holly Hill. Floridanot
: ates, and tranquilizers to soothe later than December' 14, A. D..
--F' sponsored by the Hastings Lions their player $90.00. Phone HE 9.2267 1962.If.
Bunnell Puppette will open nerves. fail to do decree
or ID 7-3661 11-29 Itc pro
Club : their basketball season Wed- An experienced and exasper- confesso will be entered againstyou
; [ Lopez took the kickoff and in for the relief demanded in the
day night December 5. The B ated farmer explained! why: A WATKINS ROUTE in this area bill of complaint. The nature of

':;a four plays scored the first TD., girls team will play the first "Turkyes are beautiful to lookat is open for semi-retired man, or said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.and seal of

; Jack Allagood scored on a 23 game 6:30 and the Puppette will fragile as an orchid, and lady. Many semi-retired peopleare said Court this 7th day of November (

i" I yard run. Lopez had the Indians play the second. game lookingfor stupid beyond belief." earning $50.00 to $100.00 per (Official A. D.Seal. 1962.) E. A. SMYTHE

single wing stopped for the first their 15th straight win. \ week depending on time devotedto Clerk of said Circuit Court
.,;.. 25 minutes. With five minutes Turkey in the Rain By- Julia R. Harvey
the will Deputy Clerk
Tuesday night Puppette the business. Maybe you can-
,\ left in the first half, Baldwin's Turkeys often wander Nov. 15>22-29 & Dec. 6-Itc ,
the December ,
meet Taylor High girls qualify. For personal interviewin
:x"' quick kick by Raulerson put the 11. ly 1 n a: downpour aimleSS-I your area, write J. H. Me- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

ball'ri Lopez's 15 yard line. Lo- Bunnell Series Green C. pneumonia, simply Garity, Williston, Florida. FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO.. 454O FLORIDA.IN .
'"' fumbled the 11 and Bald.win can't find the poultry house CATHERINE JOHNSON
.: pez on 27 1948.49 31 Nov. 22.29 & Dec. 6-13-4tc Plaintiff. '
recovered. Two plays later door. If a newly hatched tur
r 46 1949.50 32 vs.
Crawford connected ,to end Bob 40 1950.51 41 key were not taught to eat it WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) t cus HOLLIS EDWARD JOHNSON Defendant.

Kasson on an 8 yard pass to 48 1952.53 38 would starve. Growers spread I tomers. Call Harris Appliance & NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE

tie the score: 66. 47 1953.54 26 feed under foot hoping the Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. HOLLIS STATE EDWARD OF FLORIDA.JOHNSON TO:

At halftime the "Biggest Lit- 47 1954.55 31 poults will peck at it and get Aug 3OtfcREFINISmNG Place address of unknown residence and

tie Band in Dixie" (Bunnell 45 39 the idea. You are hereby notified that a

High School band) put ,on a 1961-62 While drinking water, a young -Furniture refin- suit has been filed against you in .
39 29 ished and repaired. Experiencedon the above entitled cause; and you ,
show the crowd :really enjoyed,' 42 22 tom may become. hypnotized by are hereby required to file your an-
antiques. Chairs recaned.Tel. swer with the Clerk of this Court.
judging by the big hand the W 7-L, 2 the rhythmic dipping and lift- 4392007. 10.11-U and to serve a copy thereof upon
band received. ing of its own head, and continue the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address,Is: I
STATISTICS B L BOYS BASKETBALL TEAMSTO drinking until he drowns. A WATKINS ROUTE-in this James S. Holton

1st downs 13 13 BE ORGANIZED SATURDAYThe I A farmer left an empty barrelin area is open semi-retired 306-308. Augustine Exchange Floridanot Bank Bldg.St. .

his Half doz- later than December 14, A. D.
Yds rushing 206 193 turkey run. a man, or lady. Many semi-retired' 1962.

,, Yds passing 41 91 Bunnell .Rec, Dept will en curious birds hopped inside, people are earning $50.00 to $100 If you fail to do so, decree proconfesso
.r, organize Saturday morning at panicked and smothered.It will be entered againstyou .
Passes 4-14 7.14 per week depending on time devoted for the relief demanded in the

Punts 4.41 '5-31 High School gym. 9 A. M. De. takes little to stampede a to the business. Maybe said bill. of suit complaint being for The divorce.nature of

,: Passes intercepted 3 0 cember 1. All 'boys interested I flock of turkyes. A paper fluttering you cap qualify. For personal WITNESS my hand and seal of
i from the 8-11 should be at in the wind I said Court this 6th day of November -
Fumbles lost 1 1 age may cause interview in your area write J. A. D., 1962.

Yds penalized 44 69 the school gym at '9 A.M. hysterical birds to dash ,to a corner H. McGarity, Williston, Florida. (Official Clerk i Seal) of said E. A.Circuit SMYTHE Court

In the third quarter Crawfordtook Sneakers are required. Boys from of their pen and pile upi Nov. ,-15.22.29-4tc By Julia R. Harvey I

l to the aJr ,and opened up the age of 12 to 16 who are not a fatal crush. The tranquil. Nov. 15-22-29 & Dee.Deputy--tto Cleric.. ,
the Lopez defence. Crawford playing on thee B team and are izers are given to some flocks FOR SALE-L. P. Bulk Gas. We

went'off tackle with good blOCk-I[interested in playing be at the to prevent just such accidents.A 1 will fill your tank or we will IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT.CIRCUIT SEVENTH IN-

'J' ing for ia 65 yard i gym 9:30. Team will be picked New England farmer lost furnish ,you with a tank. Call : FLORIDA.AND FOR IN FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO., 1

make it 126. Lopez came back and all boys will play. 66, turkeys when the 'sonic boomof Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at 453O.:
I ID 7-3367 Bunnell Florida. JAMES H. EBERT,
a jet frightened' them. ,
with a fast TD when Barnes tookto plane Plaintiff, I

the all lane. Pruitt took it ZAZAS LOOKING TO WIN The farmer since has put a Aug. 30-tfc vs.MICHAEL W. MURRAY WARREN I

. CITY CHAMPIONSHIPThe radio in, the house and and
over from the three. Barnes hit turkey EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn L. MURRAY GERTRUDE -

Zimmerman with a_ pass to,score 1962 City Champion Zazas plays rock 'n' roll to accustom TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing H. WINSLOW,Defendants.

the extra point and go ahead sponsored by the U.O.S.O.R. have the birds to strange, loud noises. Machines Vacuum Cleaners and NOTICE OF TO SUIT APPEAR AND ORDER. I

1312. put in their entry for the city Turkey fapners use assorted all small appliances. All work I OF IN THE FLORIDA NAME OF THE STATE I

Late in the fourth quarter league. Shelton Market and antibiotics and vitamins to keep guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, TO: WARREN L. MURRAY,
their delicate in whose residence, and post office -
Crawford intercepted a. Barnes Seville are also entered. One charges good sn W. Granada next 7-Eleven address Is .

pass at Baldwin's 23. Crawfordgained' more team is needed to make health. A turkey suffering from Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone ,677- New 350 Fifth York Avenue New York, i_

10 and Vernon Harris 6 up the 4 team league. An entry mud fever or blue-comb, responds 4414. May 17-tfc and all persons claiming by, .,

yards. On the next play with fee of ten dollars is the entry nicely to terramycin.A fendant.through or under said' de- ,

good blocking Crawford broke fee. The Zazas were winners lot Massachusetts fanner Installed Ocean front housekeeping apart- You and each of you are hereby

loose as he bounced off three nine straight games last season. electric heating pads on ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete notified brought against that a you suit in the has Circuit been

the floor of his brooder house, with linens and all utilities. Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit. for Flagler County, Florida. In
,BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1962-63 so the poults would not get cold Sun deck fishing, swimming, chancery as above entitled, for the
feet. In turkeYsare week' 'month. cancellation and rescission of that
Virginia, some loafing. Day, or certain Deed from Michael W.
Wednesday, Dec. 5, Green Cove A & B Girls Home 6:30 fed wild violet buds, a deli Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. Murray to Warren L. Murray, dated
July 20, 1962. and filed for
Friday December 7, Hastings A & B' Boys There 7:00 cacy reported to make the meat HE 9.2082 7-6tf ord in the office of the Clerk rec-of

Tuesday, December 11, Taylor Boys & Girls Home 7:00 finely grained and flavorsome. ""'- the Circuit.Circuit'in and Court.for Seventh Flagler Judicial County,

Friday, December 14, Callahan A & B Boys Home 7:00 Profitable Gobblers Florida, in Official Records Book 6
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER at page 48%. purporting to .
_. Saturday, Dec. 15, Fla. D'',& B Boys & Girls There 7:00 Turkeys may give growers to the defendant. Warren L convey Murray '

. Tuesday, December 18, Baldwin Boys &: Girls There 7:00 many a headache but they are BEACH REALTY CO. ing,described fee simple real title property to the follow located (

; Friday, January 4, Father Lopez A &: B Boys Home 7:00 profitable. .In 1961, farmers LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT and situated in Flagler County, _

Saturday January 5, Baldwin Boys & Girls Home 7:00 WATER FRONF FARMS, Florida to-wit: J.
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, raised 108 million turkyes, com- Lots 21, 22, 23 and 24. Block I i
Tuesday, January 8, St. Joseph. A &: B Boys Home '7:00 pared to 66 million in 1955. Pro- ACREAGESee 4; Lots 13, 15 21 22. 23 24, !
25 and Block'6
26, Lots
Saturday, Jan. 12, Crescent City A &: B Boys There 6:30 duction has been cut slightly in us for your real estate needs IS, 21 and %%, Block: 11; the 13, I I

, Tuesday, Jan 15, Orange Park A Girls There 5:30 Office Phone HE 9-2242 South 38 feet of Lot 24. block
1962 to keep prices firm. 5, and all of Lots 25, 26, 2r I
'} Friday January 18, Fla. D &: B Boys &: Girls Home 7:00 California Minnesota and Residence Phones ID 7-3691 and 28, Block 5; all being In

:' Tuesday January 22, Taylor A Girls" There 7:15 or ID 7.3517 Atlanta Beach, a subdivision
Iowa are the leading turkey- '
..... subdivision on file intthe office
. Friday January 25, Taylor A & B Boys There 7:15 producing states. But the No. 1 .of the clerk of the Circuit

- Saturday, January 26, Hastings A & B Boys Home 7:00 Turkey county is Rockingham, FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT.J"LOIUD OF_ County Court In Florida and for Flagler J

Tuesday, January 29, Callahan A &: B Boys There 7:00 Virginia. IN CHANCERY NO. 4512FRANCES 3 at page 24 in Plat Book 1
... Friday, February 1, St. Augustine A & B Boys There 6:30 In the past decade, the Belt- A. Plaintiff and you and are hereby summoned ordered -

, Saturday Feb. 2, Fla. Military A & B Boys There 7:00 ville Small White, "a midget turkey vs. written' answer required or defenses to file to your the
f' Saturday Feb. 2, Green Cove A Girls There 6:30 EMIL F IMBODEN.Defendant. Complaint filed against you
with |lots of white meat, has 1":1 the above cause.. In the office
.. Tuesday, Feb. 5, Father Lopez A & B Boys There 6:30 become popular-to the despairof THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO of in the andx forkFlagler Circuit Court

Friday, February 8, St. Joseph A & B Boys There 7:00 dark-meat lovers. A boom to EMIL F. IMBODEN ida located In the Court House at-

I. Friday February 8, Orange Park A & B Girls Home 4:30 growers the broad.breasted bird residence whose address are unknown and place of Bunnell 10th day l<"Iorlda.of December on or, A.before D. 1962 the, -

:. Monday Feb. 11, Crescent City A &: B Boys Home 7:00 may be sent to market when You are hereby, notified that a at the hour of 5:00 o'clock P.Y..
suit has been filed against you in EST and to serve a copy of such
FEBRUARY 13" CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTTuesday only three months old and the above entitled cause; and you answer or defenses upon Isham
are hereby required to file your an- W Adams
Feb. 19, St. Augustine A & B Boys Home 7:00 weighing seven. pounds.But swer with the Clerk of this Court. whose plaintiffs address Is attorney 121 Broad-herein -
25 Fla. A & B and to serve a copy thereof upon way. Daytona Beach. Florida
q- Monday. Feb. Military Boys Home 6:30 a countertrend has de- the plaintiff or olalntiffs on
attorney or before said date. If you fall
veloped recently. Breeders are whose name and address is: to do so a decree pro -onfesso will
JAMES L RILEY be entered against you for ther..
I creating a new strain of Jarge. 121a Liberty Street lief demanded in said Complaint-
,FOR turkeys. Many weigh 50 pounds, Jacksonville. Floridanot J1 Is further hereby ordered that
later than December 17. A.D.. Notice and Order shall be
PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES some up to 70, and a 100-pound 1962. published once a week for four
OF If you fail to do so. decree pro consecutive weeks in The Flagler
r" I I turkey is. on the horizon. confesso will be entered against Tribune a newspaper published In
CANCER The monster gobblers aren't you for the relief demanded in the BunnelL County. Florida.
: alege
' Bill of complaint. The nature of and having! neral circulation
' apartment-house ovens but I said suit being for divorce. intS5i2LTl2Slfler County. Florida.
AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH. WITNESS my hand and seal ofsaid my hand as Clerk .t
they are ideal for restaurantsand Court this 13th day of No- the said Circuit Court of Flatfer
vember. A.D. 192. County. Florida. at Bunnell.
food-processing plants, Flair"
( T. COOK AGENCY (Official Seal) E.. A. SMYTHE her County. Florida this 2nd day
Phoae ID 7-3361 Bunaell Florida which buy one-third of all tur- Clerk of said Circuit Court of November. A. D. 1962. .
rl By Julia R. Harvey. (SEAL) EL .A SMYTHENov.
keys. Deputy Clerk. Clerk.
! 1, Breeders forsee the day when Nov. 1522Dee.. 6--ftc 815294tcWAGE



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; quantity of peat in the top soil.Place' .
(By Hervey Sharpe) I
the plant in the hole
If you want to take the back-
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aching stoop out of ground-level /nursery. Fill in around the
gardening, try growing plants l plant with the soil-peat-fertilizer
at the window- 'sill. mixture. When the hole is half
Constructing window boxes filled, settle the lodse earth
can,be a do-Lt-yourself project} with water and repeat the watering flLI r {.
J However, if a hammer in your ; when the space around _
.hand becomes a misguided, missile i the plant is filled 'and firmed. ON EVERY f
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nail, then ifs best ,to hire a Around the base of the plant I 4&
local handyman to do the job. form a dish-shaped basin to ; LIST!
He can install a window box hold water. Mulch the plant J >
in short prder. with straw or leaves and shade
A good soil mixture, planting if it is necessary. Watering I I
newly set plants regularly is I
material adapted to'the exposure 4 x SHELTON'GIOCERY
very Important.
and plant care are necessary , I
", for: the, success of your With rainfall at a low point' I II
window sill project. Also, for at this timex of year, it is a I e+ / ::;: ;'
J best results, locate the window.I good idea to conserve soil 'moisture
: on the sunny side of the house.I around citrus trees'by' keep
A good soil mixture for house I ing down winter weeds. The
,plants:..Is equal parts of sand,: weed eradication program also
pea moss and good garden soil.! keeps the noxious pests from 1C .
"-c' To each bushel mix in 'a half using the fertilizer you appliedto FRYERS"oNfE25
pound of complete fertilizer the trees. .
t, such as 6.6.6 or 888. While hoeing around the fruit
. It's a ,good idea to'grow not trees, inspect them for scale. Limit 3 Please (
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fi";. per window box. You may like for scale control during cool Armour Star 3 lt Ea. White -
;r.-'1, to consider .color combinations, weather. Oil makes most door
'. too. This could include 'blue, yard plantings less resistant to lB.
'"t. pink, and white; red, white and damage during cold weather. Can Hams $2" BACON 35'
\" blue; red and yellow; or redf One material to use for scale
\.i::. with. white. Trailing vines and control during; winter is mela ,
>:'_ green foliage plants go well thion 50 percent emulsion at the '
f World's Best Ground ) ,Ocean FreshMullet ..... ,
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Suggested plants for growing water. If necessary, follow '
% in window boxes are begonias, with a second application of BEEF LB.
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coleus, ferns, wandering jew, malathion' about three weeks Pounds 19
vinca, geraniums, pansies; pee later. _
tunias, portulaca,' marigolds, Don't be too anxious to prune
nasturtiums and, verbenas. out "dead" wood from your !
Shrubs shrubs following a cold snap.I I. I
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season for transplanting trees branches without killing the
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good roots rand tops. The discover that you have cut out
next activity is to prepare the live wood. So let the shears
planting site. For bed plantings, stay in 'the shed until you'resure 5 LB. 1 ,
tF1 such as roses, dig in 4 poundsof of the exact extent of cold 39/1 -, LB.391t 9"BAG ,

complete fertilizer per 100 damage.
d : square yards 6f space. During the next few weeks .
For trees or shrubs, dig a hole after the cool ,weather has deft
Limit One With Limit One With Limit One With.
one-third in diameters II "set in," it's ideato
It. larger nitely a good
$5.00 or More $5.00 or More $5.00 or More
fertilize lawns and shrubs to
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Food Order Food Order Food Order
provide a' storehouse of plant
food for winter months. After \ .
f'.CUT all, the roots keep growing, andso
do the tops of many plants.I 1 DAIRY PRODUCTS FRESH PRODUCE "
Use a 6.6.6 or similar mixture I
of fertilizer. Apply from 2 to 4 I I .
FUELBILLS pounds per 100 square feet around Solid Bartlett -
shrubs and about 16 I
pounds per 1,000 square feet' on
lawns. i Lb. 150 Pound 10*

uf> to50%! the,Don't winter; spare months.the water Rememberthat during I

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Formosans ;grow garden cropson REAL BARGAINS '
p, every square inch of tillable ,
t.-i 4 land on the island.Even between .
"- railroad tracks. Kraft Southern Queen 2% Can

.:." MAYONNAISE Pt., 330 PEACHES 2 For 450
.2 25 FREETOP .
L Aunt Jemima Regular 1 Lb. Shurfine 8 Oz. FRUIT

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Magler Hardware and this Coupon atSHELTON'S -
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:Mr., and Mrs. Roger Hoose entertained !t FLAGLER BEACH PTA |
,;.: Taylor and Rev. and Mrs. M. J. The .Flagler Beach PTA will
,- Murphree from Olds Hall in meet next Thursday, December]
Daytona Beach on Thanksgiving 4th, at 7:30 p. m. in ,

Day. They also had as their cafetorium. Paul Green will!' PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. NOV. 29-30, DEC 1, 1962
!'t guests ReV;; Jonah Chitombo conduct''a book fair at that time.
: from Mutambara :Mission, South Parents will be able to view the
If" ern Rhodesia., Rev. Chitombo, a attractive books before and aft! Florida Grade A Ib Western Corn Fed Center CutFryers
former pupil of Mrs. 'Hoose, is er the meeting. Mr. Green will J
k.r{-' here on a special ,mission under also be at ,the school during the' Whole lb.Only *
the General Board of Evangelism afternoon so students and anyone 27 Pork Chops 69
f. of the Methodist Church. may purchase books.
Several sixth grade students 4
t Rev.. Reynold Hoover, minister(will be on the program and tell
1 of the Flagler Beach Methodist "Why they like to read" and the Palm River Grade A ,Sliced Copeland's Lean Meat __
Church, welcomes all children spirit of Christmas 'will be displayed
and young people to attends through recitations by POUND <
BACON 49 Franks jaw 39 ','
church school every Sunday at some fifth grade students.
9:45 a, m. Worship service is
; at 11 a. ,m. A covered dish din The Women's Missionary Society .
ner will. be immediately after of the Baptist Church held
:r' the worship service and the of;. their mission program at the Tender Juicy FamilySTEAKS Copeland's Tender Smoked
the home of Mrs. Atlee Stevens last -
tidal board will ,meet after
.; dinner. The Bible Study Class Tuesday afternoon. The study Lot 79* loiid *
f will meet next. Sunday night at for the month of November was Picnics 39
4 7 o'clock at the home of Rev. "Baptist Work in Mexico." Mrs.E. .
! an4\ Mrs. Reynold Hoover.. P. Fleurie gave ,an interesting
F talk and display of articles
i that she acquired on a trip to ,
Lyman and Flora Gage returned Mexico 'Q. few years ago.C. FLAGLER FOOD STORE ONLY
last ''Wednesday from a visit
to Blue Mound, Ill., accompani. nl\nn"nnnnnnnl\!, ,
"' ed by their sister, Mrs. Clara \
B. Hull returned to his
I there they motored -
home in Hillcrest after a 10-day
to Detroit, Mich., to attend . THIS; COUPON IS WORTH g -
visit in Port Huron, Mich. Mr. ==>
the wedding of their niece Hull spent Thanksgiving day 2S c=
Miss Barbara Chester, to W. E. I
with his son and family, Robert 1 SPECIAL .
; Frazier. Miss Chester Is the Hull, there. I SAVE 25e
l daughter of the former Dorothy WHEN YOU BUY :
t r It Mr. and Mrs. Roy Likins re. INSTANT FOLGER'S
I Mr. and Mrs., Judson Stryker ceived an attractively designed eg COFFEE i I It
I Sr., :entertained with a, birthday:. Thanksgiving menu this week :=:::> Clip this coupon, and I I ,i 74 Y
party last Wednesday eveningat from their son, Roy, Jr., who is present with your purchase
> their home. Guests of honor stationed with the U.S. Armyin of a 6 ounce jar of 7 & ,
were: Judson Stryker, Jr., Terry Korea. The menu also hada -' with coupon
Stryker, David Johnson and Dale Thanksgiving message from INSTANT FOLGER'S
Johnson, all celebrating birthdays the commanding officer. .Along COFFEE I (c..p...es. ..1..: il.m
v: last week. Other guests with"it was :'a..personal greeting nnnnnnnrvinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
.' included Mrs. Judson Stryker, written by Roy, Jr.* ..it' COUPON VVVVAAAWVVVVUUUVAAA/VUUVUV GOOD THIS'WEEK ONLY
Jr., Mrs. Leonard Johnson and

, Debra Johnson. Mr and Mrs. E. D. Johns hadas

their guests over Thanksgiv. 12 Oz. Can ,.,. 6 Oz. Jar
Mrs. Claudia Ward and son, ing their daughter and son in

Brad, returned to Gainesville law, Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Hold- PREM 4ge COFFEE MATE 4ge
Sunday after spending, several erman, and daughters, Sandy
days here with Mr, and. Mrs. and Susie, from Sarasota.
George Miles Moody, She was Shurfine Henderson's Superfine Pure Cane
accompanied there by her grand. George Moody Sr., returned
:" mother, Mrs. Herbert Paterson, home Monday morning from a 5LB.

.' ,who her. will spend some time with visit in Alabama. Shortening.49 SUGAR BAG 39 ,

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A.
" G. Jones and Mrs. Julia Harvey Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order

Community during the holidays were Mr.:
and Mrs. Lester Davis of Albany, Southern Yellow Freestone Musselman's
;- Memorial ChurchInterdenomlnatlonal ., Ga., and Mrs. Robert Golden and I
three children of Sanford. 21 2 APPLE 15 OZ.
AIR CONDITIONED Peaches 5 $100 2 35

Daytona Ave Mrs. Jimmy Russin of Detroit C Is" SAUCE JARS
Mich., is spending the winter at r
the Vogel apartments.Paul Good Hope 303 Size Van Camp's 21
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

R Church R. W.Service DICKERT.11:00 Paator A.M. home here Vogel from returned, a two ,month's to his Tomatoes Each 1 O 'OEKAIIASIIDCA 4 $1 00 I

EVERYONE WELCOME! visit in West and East Germany S '
with friends and relatives. Limit 5 Please r
.! . . . . . . =- During his absence Mrs. Vogel "
it PETERSON TEXACO spent two weeks in Chicago, HI., L E Starkist Chunk Light
with her family and one weekin 25

: Light Mechanical Work : Mrs. Judy Dodgen spent the Limit Two Please. ,
Phone, 437.3<<1 Bunnell : weekend with her husband, PFC i

PHARMACY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spivey 10 Oz. Birdaeye Golden Ripe

,Sick Room Supplies-Sundries and daughter of Douglas, Ga., (
t' HOSPITAL SUPPLIES and Mr. and Mrs., Stanford Spi STRAW- LI.
24-Hour Prescription Service vey of Winter Garden spent the 3 for 7 g Bananas 1 O .j

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Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bradleyhad :Miss Patty Niesen, 'student at Visiting, here with Mr. and !
I as their guests during the Florida State University in Tal- Mrs. Shelton Brooks during the !

past weekend their son in law lahassee, visited with her parents holidays were their son in law !
I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and daughter, :Mr. and :Mrs. Joe
I Kenneth Hoffman of Auburn- Niesen, during the holiday Smith of Miami.

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Miss Joan Carol Hoff became '
the bride of :Mr. Robert Douglas STORK SHOWERMrs. Looking for Quality?

Schatz in a five o'clock candle- Bobby Sizemoore was I
light ceremony on November 22 honored with a stork shower and
in the First Baptist Church of coffee party given Tuesday (
Bunnell. morning at the George Clegg
home in Haw Creek. Hostesses Looking for Variety? I
The bride is the daughter of were Mrs. George Clegg, Mrs. '
:Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoff of Walfer _
Knight and Mrs. Tommy
Flagler Beach. The bridegroom .
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Durrance. '
A color scheme of yellow and I
Schatz of Flagler Beach. oking for Values?
white was used in flower arrangements 'I
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor of and on the refresh-
the Community Memorial ment table. The honored guest

I Church of Flagler Beach, officiated was presented with a yellowand I
I in the double ring cerei white corsage. Looking Convenience?

mony. The bride was given in Eighteen guests enjoyed the .

f marriage by her father.. Serving affair with the honored guest I
as best man was Gerald and hostesses. Out of town

1 Schatz. ,Ushers were Harold Hoff, guests included Mrs. Hess Size- THEN YOU'LL BE AMAZEDAT .
brother of the bride, and Judson more, Mrs. Carl Sizemore and
Stryker,' Jr., of Flagler Beach. Mrs. Horace Baylorx Holly.Hill; "
Organist was .Miss Sammie Mrs. Jake Bowles and Mrs. Vi- :

Whitaker. rene Duke of Daytona Beach. .

The bride wore a full length ,,_':. .
gown of peau satin. The basque .:

,bodice had a sweetheart neck S
line 'and three-quarter length 7J1dA NEW I
sleeves. The bodice had flowered :
appliques of alecon lace both RODGERS'SUPE .
back and front. The front of the ARKET C.
and Mrs. DeWayne Metts .
skirt had a. smooth panel with ,. .1'.
are the parents of a son born
garlands of alecon lace appli-
at the Clinic and Hos-
quies, a soft tuck on either side Flagler
of the waistline_ point gave 'side pital on November 22. He weighed COMING SOON IN BUNNELL
and fourteen
fullness which increased as it seven. pounds
ounces and has. been given the
to the back, giving a
name of Scott Alan.LIZABETii .
full "sweep chapel train. Her
finger tip veil of Imported silk
, illusion fell from a double scalloped ELICE LEE I

,I crown of seed pearls. She Mr.-and' Mrs. Meek Lee of St..

carried a bouquet of white rose Augustine ,announce the arrival 4iirst f\:' ,

buds with a detachable corsageon of a"daughter: who was born I ,: ..
a; white Bible,' Wednesday morning at the Flag \ '"
a Ml*' l' i"Serving !* .' ler .Hospital in J5t, Augustine; .,,
y asmairon}; 'oli honor She weighed five pounds and SGTRICtG -.-,' .; !
} was the bride's sister, Mrs. Janet fifteen ounces and has been

Cummins. Mrs. Beverly Seay given the ,name of Lizabeth ,.-
and Miss Faye Bass were'brides- Elice. She is the great-grand y .

maids. They were dressed in daughter.. of Mrs. .Ellen Lee of i.J i.-
f identical of satin. ,
gowns: ruby Bunnell.Mr. '" '
1 The fitted bodices had bateau fl ,','
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necklines with short cap sleeves. : and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbachand j<

. The side draped belled skirt family, Heidi, Benton, and :< ?:
I featured a soft flat satin bow. Hervey, and Mrs. Neva Eisen-
f Their head pieces were of the bach were in Vero Beach during

I ruby red satin with soft gathered the holiday weekend visit-
petals, each petal centered ing with Mr. and Mrs. John ,
with a pearl stem. The back of Sutherland and family. Uf:
the hat had !the same bow trim

!I as the front of their gowns. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Patrick
i r Each hat had a circular. face and family of Espanola held a
o veil. They carried bouquets of 1 reunion Thanksgiving Day. It I
white mums. 'I l was the first Thanksgiving'' in ,
t Mrs. Hoff chose for her daughters 23 years that all the Patricks : ;

'i wedding a gown of grey hand been together. Among their
'lace over pink taffeta. Her flowers j guests were Sam Patrick and f ,
were grey and pink. l son, :Mrs. :Mary Newkifk, all of -fr' .'!'Y
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lOrlando Col. and Mrs. H.
The mother of the groom was : ; I
attired in a two piece blue gown I II Holmes, retired, of Tampa; and I
with black accessories. Her cor I Mrs. Mabel Emery of Espanola.Mrs. .' V" .

sage was of white mums.
\ Following ;the ceremony, a reception Jessie Muzyka is a pa-,
o was held in the church tient in the local hospital sev- now enjoy modern l aweless cooking
hall. :Miss Marjorie Schatz eral days for medical treatment. I

i sister of the groom, kept the
: bride's book. Diane and Isobell Green visit- CLEANER No soot-blackened pots or grime-stained kitchen walls.
; ed in Titusville during the holi- Electricity: is pure energy. No flame, no products of combustion. Curtains "
The couple left for Atlanta, days with their aunt and uncle. and drapes stay cleaner.

r Georgia, where the bridegroom' I COOLER I,.. FASTER The flat electric surface units cling -. I
is a student at Georgia Tech. :Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown and, I
closely to cooking utensils.Trigger-fast heat goes directly into the food-
f For traveling, the bride worea I David were in Leesburg Thanksgiving !
not into the room. Your kitchen stays up to 16 cooler. ,_
red suit with black accessories Day, the guests of :Mr.
I. and the corsage lifted from her and :Mrs. H. H. Palling.. Also AUTOMATIC: Push a button or flip a switch.. the controlledheat
r bouquet t joining them for the family get- I is the same every time .just-right as you want it for perfect cook- -
ing without pot-watching. .
Mrs/foale' I
together were Mr. and .
;. I TV SERVICE Brown, Sr., .of Mt. Dora.:: Dale, SAFER,too!Super-safe because there's no constant-burning pilot flame,
Sr. is the father of Mrs. Palling no hazardous fumes. You never have to be "on guard. You enjoy precious _

.: and Dale, Jr. ( ,_ peace of mind. .
-More than a million Florida families have already ''switched*:'
ForItj. .
Agent E. S. Morris returned to his I to flameless Electric cooking. Ask your neighbor' II
: home here last week after four
i weeks in the Halifax Hospital I --- .
:T TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD where he underwent surgery.
See what'sNEW
1 AND INSTALLED in J '7Iu; aEL//( :flameless. ..aSZu 2'L**
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Mr. and Mrs. '
House guests of '
TUBES TESTED FREE glamorstyledElectric .., rs CHEAPER.7001
Raphael Sturman during the Ranges _
holidays were Mrs. Sturman's with themodern - :

;i. TV Bob daughter, Mrs Mary Ann Powellof "built-in" -- FLORIDA -
Jacksonville, and Mr. Stur look.Colors, too! POWER-" ... & LISIlCOMPANY,. ,
i\ man's grandson Bill Sturman, *Visit your Electric j stcrHS BUILD fLOKIDA. :__ Every Medallion Home
FLAGLER BEACH Appliance Dealer. ; today includes a flame-!
PHONE HE 9-2204 Jr., of Miami. Bill Is a student I. ., ;,.'"'- r Jess Electric Ranfe.
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F.> ,,', IN'TilE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE nell Development Company's ginning at the Original '''North-l SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD II Northwesterly from said ilile
: j, &KVI2NTU JUDICIAL 'CIIICUIT.I I Land aforesaid said parcel beIng west corner of said S-1S. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS Post No. 85 to a point 2185.91 feet
, AND FOR KL.AGL.KH COCX- bounded on the Southwest aa a point of reference and rtAND from Mile
1'Y. FLORIDA. LAW NO. 8TS erly by the existing' right of running thence South 890210 SRD NO. ,,25. 24 RIGHT OF WAY 84. : (B) 500 teet NortJh- ,
.' STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT v. way of th > Old Dixie Highway West, along ,the North line of X "teiiy..tro a Point 1286.8
. OF FLORIDA an Agency of on the North by the new South Section 5. a distance of 695.60 That part of: feet Southeasterly from Mile
.'" of Florida. right of way line of State Road feet: thence South 41*04'10" "Being a part of the Northeast Post No. 83 to a point 766.9S
r thedState S-13. as above located- and on West. A distance of 688.31 feet Quarter of the Northeast Quar- feet Southeasterly from said
. FLAGLER COUNTY a Political the' East by a line described as to the Northeasterly boundaryof ter of Section 5, Township 12 Mile Post No 83.
, Subdivision of the State of follows; the 50 foot right-of-way of South Range 30 East and more AND:
Florida. Commence on the North line of the Old Dixie Highway; thence particularly described as follows The Northerly I 5 feet of said
Petitioners said Section 10 at a point 578.17 South 5531'20 East. along said : Beginning at a concrete Railroad right-of-way extending
.: v. feet East from_the Northwest corner . right-of-way boundary a distance monument marking the original 2700 feet Northwesterly from a
FLOYD BOULTON. et al.. thereof, said point being the of 2669.34 feet to the pointof Northeast Corner of the said point 766.98 feet Southeasterly
Defendants. beginning of a curve concave to beginning of this description; Section 5. as a point of refer from said Mile Post No. 83 to a
, NOTICE OF RULE NISI the Northeasterly and having a thence North 343640 East, a ence and running thence South point 1933.02 feet Northwesterly
radius of 955.37 feet; thence Westerly distance of 209 feet; thence 89-03'10" West along the North from said Mile Post No. 83
NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN along said curve through a South 5523'20* East a distanceof line of the said Section 5, a AND:
J. v PROCEEDINGS: central angle .of 1112'57 a distance 209 )feet; thence South 3436'- distance of 695.60. feet to the The Northerly 70 feet of that
' IN 'THE NAME AND BY THE of 186.93, feet; thence froma 40" West a distance of 209 feet point of beginning; thence con- part f.the ,15.feet Railroadrightofway
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF tangent bearing of North to the said Northeasterly rightofway' tinuing South 8903'10 West a lying East of the
J FLORIDA 11'44" West run South *, 80--1 boundary: thence North distance of 624.40 feet to. the right-of-way of State Road S-
West 50 feet to the new 5523'fO:! West along said right- Northwest corner of the said 205 in Section 31, Township 11
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN right of way line of State of-way line a distance of 209' Northeast Quarter of the North- South Range 30 East .
and to all persons and parties S-13 and the POINT OF BEGIN- to the point. of beginning of this east Quarter of Section 5; The lands herein described con-
having or claiming: any right title NING of the line herein described; description thence South 05000 East a- tains in the aggregate 3.19 acres
. interest estate. mortgage or other from said point'of beginning continue lying Northerly of and within 50 long the West line of the said more or less. '
j'y lien to or in the parcels of land South 948'16, West 50, feet feet of the survey' line of State Northeast Quarter of the North-
hereinafter described and the fol- more or less' to the Northeasterlyright toad 8-13 Section 73550. said sur- east Quarter a distance of 380.17 OWNED BY: FLORIDA EAST
lowing, persons together with all of way. line- of the Old Dixie vey line being described as follows feet, to the. Northeasterly bound- COAST RAILWAY COMPANY.
unknown persons claiming by Highway. : ary of the 50 foot right-of-way
through or under_,known persons The land herein described con- Begin on the East line of Sec of the Old Dixie Highway; SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD
;who are dead or" who are not. tains .61 acre (26,625 square. feet), tion 4. Township 12 South I thence South 485550 East a- S-13.. FLAGLER COUNTY
known to be dead or alive: more or less. Range 30 East at a point 193.48 long said Right-of-way boundary RULE NISI
OWNED BY: J. W. MEDDERSand feet North, from the Southeast a distance of 36.34 feet to
: W. H. Atkinson III. Joined by his wife. BARBARA A. MED- corner of said Section 4; thence the point of curve of a506f42': TAKE NOTICE that a Declara-
, his wife. Carol Jean Atkinson for DERS. run North '55'30'51"Vest 6534.20 curve to the left, thence South tion of Taking has been filed in
the purpose of this suit; Glenda feet to the West line of said J 5129'11 East along said curve the above-styled cause by the Pe-
Atkinson Pellicer, joined by her SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD Section 4, at a point 1355.27 feet a distance of 68.73 feet; thence tloners. the acquiring authority of
husband Hubert Pellicer for the S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDECRIPTIONS South from the Northwest cor- North 4104'10 East, a distance these proceedings of the taking of
purpose of this suit: Maudrey B. ner of said Section 4; \ of 206.94 feet; thence South the above described lands for the
Atkinson a widow and surviving SRD NO. 11 RIGHT OF WAY Containing .10 acre (4180 square 4855'50" East a distance of 105 purposes set forth in the Petitionin
'. .spouse of W. H. Atkinson. Jr.. de- feet), more or less. feet: thence North 41*04'10" this cause viz: As Right of '
, ceased; Moses Reed Atkinson a That part of: OWNED BY Heirs at Law of W. H. East a distance of 490.92 feet Way for a portion of State Road
:minor: Boyce C, Atkinson a minor Tract 1. Block 11 of Section 4, ATKINSON, JR. Deceased. to the point of beginning.. i No. S-13. Flagler County. Florida and
? William W. Deen. as guardianof Township 12 South. Range 30 that Honorable Howell W. Melton
the'estate of Moses Reed Atkinson East. North of the Old Dixie SECTION, 73550- 601. STATE ROAD lying Northerly of and within 50 one of the Judges of the Circuit
and Boyce C. Atkinson ml- Highway according to plat of S-13 FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS feet of the survey line of State Court of the Seventh Judicial Cir-
nors; Maudrey B. 'Atkinson and St. Johns Development Com- Road S-13 Section 73550. said sur- : cuit of Florida will on the 10th
'Glenda Atkinson Pellicer as Ad pany's Subdivision as recordedin i SRD NO. 15-R 16-R 17-R vey line being described as follows -I, day of December. 1962. at 10:00 o'-
: ministratrices of the Estate of W. Plat Book 1, page 7. public RIGHT OF WAY : clock In the A. M. thereof in Cir-
'H. Atkinson Jr.. deceased. records of Flagler County. Flor- cuit Court Chambers in Flagler
... 'SECTION 73550-2601 STATE ROAD ida, EXCEPT the following described I That part oft I II Begin on the East line of Section County Courthouse at Bunnell.
813 FLAGLER COUNTY parcel of land: "Beinga "Being a part of the % of 5. Township 12 South. Range 30 Florida consider said Declarationof
NAME AND i ADDRESSES part of Block 11. Section 4. N\V1I4 of Section 3; part of the i East at a point 1355.27 feet South Taking appoint 'appraisers and
l Township 12 South Range 30 I N% of Section 4; and a part of from the Northeast corner of said make such order as the Court
i :MAUDREY B. ATKINSON East' 'according to Plat of St. the NEof Section 5. all In I II Section 5: thence run North 5530'- deems proper. All parties to the
,. 'Bunnell Johns Development Company Township 12 South. Range 30 I 51" West 1407.01 feet to the beginning suit and all parties interested may
Florida Subdivision recorded in Plat I East and more particularly de-i of a curve concave to the appear and be heard at the time
SRD NO. 14 Book 1 at page 7 of the public secribed as follows: Beginningat i Northeasterly and having a radius and place designated.
-. records of Flagler County. I the original Northwest corner I of 2864.93 feet: thence Northwest-
MABEL' C. BARBER Florida and more particularly of Section 3. Township 12 erly along said Curve, through a You and each of you are hereby
Address Unknown" described as follows: Beginningat South Range 30 East and running : central angle of 629'. a distanceof commanded to appear by filing an
SRD NO. 15-R- 16-R. 17-R. ; 21. the, original Quarter Section thence South 89 degrees 324.17 feet to end of curve: I answer to the Petition heretoforefiled
22. 23 f Corner on the West line of Section 35 minutes 38 seconds West, a- thence North 4901'51 West 498.24 in this cause in the entitled
FlbYD .',&_-<'-' -' : 4. as a point of reference long the North line of Section feet to the North line of said Sec- Court on or before the 31st day
BOULTON and running thence North 88 4. a distance of 5312.04 feet, to tion 5 at a point 1779.74 feet West of December 1962 to show what
507 Rldgewood Avenue degrees ?6 minutes East along the original Northwest corner from the Northeast corner of said right title interest. or liens you.
Port Orange Florida, the North line of Blocks 12 and of Section 4; thence South 89- Section 5; or any of you. have in and to
:SRDNO, 24, 25; 26 : ; 11. a distance of 1896.52 feet OS'10 West along the North any of the above described lands
'. .:r. } to an intersection with the ,, line of :Section 5, a distance of Containing 2625 square feet moreor and show cause why the same
CORINNE I. BOULTON Northeasterly right of way 695.60 feet; thence South 41 degrees less.O'VNED. should not be taken for the uses
.507 Ridgewood Avenue, \ boundary of the Old Dixie High- 04 minutes 10 seconds \ and purposes set forth In the Pe-
I'ort Orange Florida way and said point being the I I West, a distance of 688.31 feet. BY: STATE OF FLORIDA tition filed herein.
SRD NO. 24. 25; 26 point'of beginning of this de-. to the Northeasterly boundaryof t WITNESS my hand I and this seal
BUNNELL scription; thence continuing the 50 foot right-of-way of SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE: recorded of said Court on this 26th day of
CITIZEN. BANK OF- '.' North 88 degrees 36 minutes the Old Dixie Highway; thence in M. B. 36,> at Page 396. in November A. D. 1962.! 1
Bunnell . East a distance of 352.0 feet; South 55 degrees 31 minutes 20 favor of FLOYD BOULTON and. his E. A. SMYTHE
Florida SRD NO. 12 13 thence South 17 degrees 52 minutes seconds East along said right- wife CORRINE BOULTON. Clerk of the Circuit Court
45 seconds West a distanceof of-way boundary a distance of Flagler County Courthouse
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY 209.99 feet to the said North- i I 2669.34 feet; thence North 34 degrees SECTION 73550-2 ;01, STATE ROAD Bunnell. Florida .
COMPANY easterly right of way boundaryof 36 minutes 40 seconds S-13, FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS BY: Julia R, Harvey
C. Hess ' : the Old Dixie Highway; East a distance of '209 feet Deputy Clerk
c/o A. Florida thence North 56 degrees 25 min- I thence South 55 degrees 23 min- SRD NO. 26 RIGHT OF AVAY (SEAL)
St. Augustine , utes West along the said rightof utes 20 seconds East, a distance I H. T. COOK
.SRD NO. 32 way boundary a distance of r of 209 feet; thence South 34 degrees That part of: / County Attorney
I 'J 345.0 feet to the point of be- 36 minutes 40 seconds "Being a part of the Northeast Bunnell. Floridaand
J. W. ginning." West a distance of 209 feet to Quarter of the Northeast Quar- I
Espanola Florida"Road lying Northerly' of and within 50 I the said Northeasterly right-of- ter of Section 5, Township 12 JAMES J. RICHARDSON
, Bunnell SRD NQ. 8 ,... feet of the survey line of, State way boundary; thence North 88 South Range 30 East and ,more Holland Building
/. ,Road S13. Section 73550. said, sur- degrees 41 minutes 40 seconds particularly described as follows I Tallahassee. Florida
MEDDERS .fc vey line being described as follows East, a distance of 4517.24 feet. : Beginning at the North- Attorneys for the Petitioners.IN .
BARBARA. -* .** ? *:9Dunnell. : -. . -* *-.to..the Westerly bout\4ary<< of the west Corner of the said North-
.'' Florida """ ?-* *v Begin,.on the East Une,{>f.SecT, ISO foot ,rlght-of.way of the east Quarter of the Northeast TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
SRD 8 ' *-jf '''' tion 4. Township 12- South. Florida East Coast Railway; Quarter of Section 5 as a pointof SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
NO. .- ?: Range 30 East at a point 193.48 thence North 9 degrees 10 min- referenceand running thence IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
GILBERT A. TUCKER feet North from the Southeast utes 45 seconds West along said South 050'00 East along the TY. FL.ORIDA. LAW NO. '
Route 1 > : _., corner of said Section 4; thencerun Westerly right-of-way boundary West boundary of the said STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
Cocoa. Florida 0 North 55.3051 West 6534.20 a distance of 2123.72 feet Northeast Quarter of the North- OF FLORIDA an Agency of
SRD ,NO. 15-R 16-R 17-R; 21; feet to the West line of said to the North line of Section '3: east Quarter, a distance of 380- the State of Florida.
1355.27 feet thence South 89 degrees 02 min- .17 feet to intersection '
22. 23MARVIN Section 4 at a ,point an with and
South from the Northwest corner utes 47 seconds West along the the Northeasterly boundary of FLAGLER COUNTY a Political '
J R. TUCKER of said Section 4; North line of the said Section the 50 foot rieht-of-way of the Subdivision of the State of
Bunnell . Containing I .35 acre (15,400 square 3. a distance of 89.89 feet to Old Dixie Highway; thence Florida.
Florida *": feet), ,more or less. ,the point of beginning: South 4855'50 East, along the Petitioners,
SRD NO. 15R. 16-R...17-R; 21, 22, said right-of-way boundary a
23 OWNED BY: WALDO W. WEST lying Northerly of and within 50 distance of 36.34 feet, to the FLOYD BOULTON. et, al..
and wife AGNES WEST. feet of the survey line of State point of curve of a 506'42 Defendants.
MAUREEN B*. TUCKER Road 8-13 Section 73550 said survey curve to the left; thence South .
Bunnell SECTION. ,7355 -2601. STATE ROADS line being described as, fol- 51*29'l1" East along said! right- DECLARATION OF' TAKING
Florida +' ->- -13. FLAGLER BOUNTY lows:' of-way boundary a distance of I
SRD NO. 15-R, 16-R.17-RS: 21, DECRIPTIONSSRD 68.73 feet to the point of beginning Petitioners havingheretofore instituted
22. 23 :' NO... 12. 13 RIGHT OF WAY Begin Con the East line of Section' of this description: eminent domain proceed
i ,.y ,., 4. Township 12 South. Range 30 thence North 4104'10' East a ings in this cause for the pur
AGNES WEST Y That part of: East, at a point 193.48 feet North distance of 206.94 feet; thence pose of condemning lands and oth-
Espanola' Road f. t "Being a part of Block 11. Sec- from the Southeast corner of said South 4855'50 East, a distanceof er property necessary for the pur-
Bunnell 'Florida tlon 4, Township 12 South Range Section 4; thence run North 5530'- 105* feet; thence South 41*04'- pose of securingrights of way for
SRD NO. 11 30 East according to Plat of 51" West 6534.20 feet to the West 10* West a distance of 197.39 a state road as will appear by I i
St. Johns Development Company line of said Section 4; (East line feet to the Northeasterly bound- reference to the Petition filed In
WALDO W. WEST Subdivision,_ recorded in Plat of Section 5 of said Township and ary of the 50 foot rightofwayof said proceedings hereby declare If
Espanola Road' Book 1 at page 7 of the public Range), at a point 1355.27 feet the Old Dixie Highway; that it has become necessary that
Bunnell. Florida records. of Flagler County. Florida South from the Northwest corner thence North 5531'20 West, a- the land which is the subject of
SRD NO., 11 .. ' and more particularly described of said Section 4. (Northeast cor- long said right-of-way bound- condemnation in said proceedings,
as follows: Beginningat ner of said Section 5); thence con- ary, a distance of 45.25 feet be taken for immediate public use
LAWRENCE W. WEST x the original Quarter Section tinue North 5530'51 West 1407.01 to the point of tangent of the by said Petitioners for road rightsof
Espanola Road '., .. Corner on the West line of Section feet to the beginning of a curve above described curve; thence way purposes. In connectionwith
, Bunnell. Florida .' *- 4. as a point of reference concave ,to the Northeasterly apd Northwesterly along said curve the construction and main-
SRD NO. 12, 13' and running thence North 88 degrees having a 'radius of 2864.93 feet: I a distance of 60.22 feet to: the tenance of a public state road.
.Y. 36 minutes East along thence Northwesterly along said point of beginning.
MARIE M. WEST- the North line of Block 12 and curve thru a central angle of 629'. THEREFORE pursuant to Chap-
Espanola Road 11. a distance of 1896.52 feet, a distance of 324.17 feet to end of lying Northerly of and. within 50 ter 74. Florida Statutes the Petitioners -
.. Bunnell. Florida to an intersection with the curve: thence North 4901'51 West feet of the survey line of State hereby declare the Im-
SRD NO.. 12, 13 Northeasterly right of way 498.24 feet to the North line of Road S-13 Section 73550. said sur- mediate taking of the lands described -
boundary of the Old Dixie High- said Section 5 at a point 1779.74 vey line being described as follows in the Petition is necessary -
SECTION 735502601. STATE ROAD way and said point being the feet West from the Northeast cor- : and Petitioners file herewithan
S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS point of beginning of this description ner of said Section 5; estimate of value of the prop-
; thence continuing Containing 1.47 acres (64.100 square Begin on the East line of Sec- erty sought to be taken which estimate .
SRD NO. 8 RIGHT OF WAY North 88 degrees 36 minutes feet) more or less. tion 5, Township 12 South. is made in good faith and
East, a distance of 352.0 feet; Range 30 East at a point based upon a valid appraisal.
, That part of: thence South 17 degrees 52 min- OWNED BY: MARVIN R. TUCKER 1 1355.27 feet South from the Respectfully submitted,
T . Tract 3 West of the right of utes 45 seconds West, a distanceof and his wife, MAUREEN B. TUCK- Northeast corner of said Section I II H. T. COOK
way of the Florida East Coast 209.99 feet to the said North- ER. I 5: thence run North SS'SO'Sl County Attorney f
Railway main line and East of easterly right of way boundaryof SUBJECT TO MORTGAGE recordedIn West 1407.01 feet to the .beginning Bunne l. Florida
; the tight-of-way of the Old the Old Dixie Highway; M. B. 33. at Paste 333 in favorof of a curve concave to the and ,
Dixie Highway. EXCEPT the thence North 56 degrees 25 minutes :MABEL C. BARBER: and MORT- Northeastrly and having a radius JAMES J. RICHARDSON i
Southerly 200 feet thereof: also West along the said right GAGE recorded In M. B. 35. at Page of 2864.93 feet; thence Holland Building !
Tract 4 Northeast of the right- of way boundary a distance of ERfavor of GILBERT A. TUCK- Northeasterly and having a ra- Tallahassee. Florida i
of-way of the Old Dixie High- 345.0 feet to the point of be- through a central angle of 629'. Attorneys for Petitioners.
way: all in Block B. Section 10. ginning." a distance of 324.17 feet to end
Township 12 South. Range 30 I lyingNortherly of and within 50 SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD of curve: thence North 4901'51 IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIKSKVKNTII
East, according to plat of Bun-I feet of the survey line of State S-13.' FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS West 498.24 feet to the North JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. "tl
t nell Development Company's Road S-13. Section .73550. said survey line of said Section 5 at a point IN AND FOR FL.AGLKR COUN-
Land recorded 'In Plat Book 1. line being described as fol- SRD NO. 21. 22. 23 1779.74 feet West from the TV. FLORIDA. LAW NO. I
page 1. public records of Flag- lows; DRAINAGE EASEMENT Northeast corner of said Sec- STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
ler County Florida: Begin on the East line of Sec- LATERAL DITCH RIGHT (NORTH) tion; OF FLORIDA. an Agency of
lying 'South of and within 50 feet tion 4. Township 12 South. Range STATION 157--96 the State of Florida
I of the survey line of State' Road 30 East at a point 193.48 feet Containing 2625 square feet, more and '
t JM3. Section 73550. said survey North from the Southeast cor- That part of: or -less.O'VNED. FLAGLER COUNTY A Political :
line described as follows: ner of said Section 4; thence :I The SE% of NEof NEVi. Subdivision of the State of l
3 3being the North line of Section run North 5530'51 West 334.20 North of the Old Dixie Highway BY: FLOYD BOULTONand Florida
s S 10. Township 12 South. feet to the West line of said I In Section 5. Township 12 his wife CORINNE L BOUL- Petitioners
Range 30 East at a point Section 4 at a point 1355.27 feet South Range 30 East, TON T.
1371.54 feet East from the South from the Northwest cor- lying within 15 feet on each side FLOYD BOULTON. et al..
Northwest corner of said Sec ner of said Section 4. of a ditch survey line described as SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD Defendants
tion 10; thence, run South Containing 2530 square feet moreor follows: S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS PETITIONER: ESTIMATEOF
88'35'19'Vest along the North less.O'VNED. Commence on the East line of VALUE
line of said Section 10 a distance BY LAWRENCE W. said Section 5 at a point 1355.27 SRD NO. 32 EASEMENTA Petitioners hereby estimate that
of 793.37 feet to the beginning WEST and wife MARIE !.L WEST. feet South from the Northeast strip of land of varying widths the value of the property sought
of a curve concave, to SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE recorded corner of said Section 5 and lying within the right-of-way of to be taken is as follows:
the Northeasterly and having a in M.B. 36. at Page 230. in run North SS'SO'Sl" West 379.98 the Florida East Coast Railway SRD NO. 84......._.._....._...1 400.00
radius of 955.37 feet:, thence favor of CITIZENS BANK OF feet: thence' North 3429'09 East Company in Sections 3. 4 and 5, SRD NO.: 11 ?.-.._.._.__..... so.00
Westerly and Northwesterly along BUNNELL.' 50 feet to the new Northerly Township 12 South. Range 30 East, 8RD NO. 12, 13 .'__._..._.._ 25.00
said curve, through a central right of way line of State Road and in Sections 31 and 32. Township SRD NO. 14 .'._.._.___ 25.00
angle of 3553'50*. a distance SECTION 735502601. STATE ROAD. S-13 for POINT OF BEGINNINGof 11 South. Range 30 East said SRD NO. 15-R. 16-R 520.00
of 598.29 feet to end of S-13 FLAGLER COUNTY ditch survey line: thence continue : strip being described as follows: SRD NO. 21. 22. -1L.. 25 00
curve: thence North 553051' DESCRIPTIONSSRD North 3425'09" East 80 The Northerly 15 feet of said [ SRD NO. 25. 24 _._..__._. 6I
West 20.46 feet to the West line NO. 14 RIGHT OF WAY feet to end of ditch survey line; Railroad right-of-way extending I SRD NO. 2& ..__.__...__ 25.00
of Section 3' of said Township Containing 2400 square feet, moreor 1000 feet Northwesterly from a SRD "NO. 32 .----$245000
and Range at a point 193.48 feet That part of less.OWNED. point 728.01 feet Southeasterly Respectfully submitted: '
.' North from the Southwest cor- "Being a part of Tract 2 of BY* MARVIN R. TUCKER from Mile Post No. 85 of said H. T. COOK ,
\ ner of said Section 3 and the Block 5 of Section 4. Township and his wife MAUREEN B. TUCK- Railroad to a point 271.99 feet County Attorney ,
end of this survey line description 12 South. Range 30 East, according ER. Northwesterly from said MllePostsNo. Bunnell. Florida .' .
to Plat of St, Johns Development SUBJECT TO MORTAGGE recordedIn 85.' and .
ALSO: Company recorded In AL B. 33. at Page 333 In favorof AND; JAMES J. RICHARDSON
.rI A triangular parcel of land in Plat Book 1 at Page 7 of the MABEL C. BARBER; and MORTGAGE The Northerly 10 feel of said Holland Building "
Tract 4. Block 'B.. Section 10. Public Records of' Flagler Coun- recorded In M. B. 35/'at Pare Railroad right-of-way extend- Tallahassee Florida '.
". \ Township 12 South. Range 30 ty. Florida and more particu- a. in favor of GILBERT A. TUCKER ing: (A) 7200 feet Northwesterly Ot counsel for the :Petitioners.
Cast, ,according: to plat of Bun- larly described as follows: Be- ; ...from a point. :11.";) tee, Nov 29 tc Dec. 6-13-20.
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ulUUdJ son chairman, Mrs. Peterson Moody, Assistant District Forester I neer, Orangeburg, S. c., is the ,
.Jlbjk' Mrs. Smythe Mrs. Cauley and CONSERVATION Florida Forest Service; Pete author. I

Mrs. :Morris. The Planning Com Kelton Florida Forest Service For copies of this booklet contact :'I
mittee which consists of Mrs By Pilot G. B. Kelly Flagler Coun Work Unit Conservationist, j I

Caroline Clifton School Editor Mabel Brooks chairman, Mrs. NEWS TIlman W. Robinson ty Forest Ranger FFS; L. Boyer Tilman Robinson in the local -J: i
Oarle, and Mrs. Hosford. The District Fieldman ASCS; and S. Soil Conservation Service Office .'!--.1J '!

SENIOR CLASS-The Seniors I Publicity Committee consists of An Agricultural (Conservation M. Thrift, County Office ,Manager in the Courthouse. "lt 'I

held a meeting on Tuesday Mrs. Thomas Hoskins chairman, 'Program development meetingwas ASCS. I 'i; :

night November 20, with their Mrs. Dupont Mrs. Steflik, and held in Flagler County the
I ." ) I The Marianr. Trench in the .. .j
parents and' sponsors Mr. Can- Mrs. Weaver. past week to develop a program Throughout the Southeast western Pacfic plunges 36,198 1 I
non tand Airs. Garriss and Mr. Everyone enjoyed the tasty re- and select conservation practices there is a movement toward I
I feet and is the deepest known ;
BaggettIn the cafeteria with freshments served after the which will best suit' the needs "minimum tillage"-that is, hole on earth. ..-1 j

the help of 8Mrs. Cauley. The meeting. The Seniors; would liketo of the county for 1963. plowing the soil just as littleas .

class trip was discussed and a express their thanks to Mr. Such practices as improved possible in producing a crop. Subscribe- The Tribune' I
Flagler '
large majority of the parents Cannon, Mr. Baggett Mrs. Gar. tree -
pasture, cover crop planting, Row crops are planted directlyin s
I agreed to '''support the Seniors' riss Mrs. Cauley, and all the planting, ditch construction land cover crops in established 52.50 A ''Year In Advance ,

plan,to go on a parent-sponsored parents who attended the meet leveling land grading and wild sods or in crop residues of the]

trip to Nassau. Mrs.. Garriss ing., life food planting were selectedby previous crop without any land I VIC.1'OR' /

t passed out pamphlets from Carol Hoskins reporter. the group for cost-share payments preparation, beforehand. Numerous RCA: '

1 :various advertising agencies concerning under the program. farmers In north Florida I LIVING COLOR TV

prices for a trip. to Nas The following farmers and produced good crops of corn and at MLOOK IN FOR TUB TUB WINOOAV"P1CTUIIK .

sau.The NEW STUDENTS-Perry and technical people were present at soybeans in 1962 with this Southern Radio & Television .' i;
following committees Wayne Allntan have enrolled in method.In 226. E Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 s.
the meeting: A. B. Johnston OHMONUFREE ; 1I
t were formed the to School from the I.-
by parents Bunnell High and I
I chairman of ASCS Flagler Florida this practice is I $\.
help the Seniors The Projects I, School. .
: Osteen Elementary Perry
SCD member; R.W. Deen Jr., known as, mulch tillage. Com i PAINT -
, and Finance Committee which in three and
will be
I grade I ASCS and Flagler SCD; Howard plete details of this method of '{
consists of Mrs. Frances Edmon- In 6B. One extra gallon of choice .
Wayne grade I your
I.1 Taylor, County Extension Agent; farming are included in an 8.I
Terry comes from Campbell with each erallof you buy
Tilman Robinson 1SCS Work
I page leaflet just released by
O. I Elementary School in Palatka Unit Conservationist; Ernest Taylor USDA's Soil Conservation Serv- Mary Carter Paint Store 4

I Florida, and lives at 601 Cherry SCS technician; Cecil W. ice. J. T. McAlister, SCS Engi- Also Weitxate tbeopliuc Center,1 3\
; St. in Bunnell. ?
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Real Broker FHA-At the FHAS meetingin 1.-

the cafeteria last Wednesday 0

h..rJ Bunnell......... ..Florida."..."....,:'..J'l'J1 and two FHA Dianne girls Belflower Jackie Johnson, from a ,,- ..."' "
Crescent City were guest speakers. f

", QJIjr 3UngUr alribiinp their. They FHA Club spoke uses on the its time way I i From pure luxury to pure performance, .., :t: ::: - .. ':

: BUNNELL FLORIDA. on projects etc. This year Jackie -
Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center covers all the bases! ,'I
fi f was elected as State FHA His your . '. .
i I MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor' torian. The Bunnell FHA ex- -

i! .. tends congratulations to her. I
Designated Official Publication The District ,Meeting will be How's this for variety? The Jet-smooth extra cost) that makes the sporty ;. '

t. I for Publle Notice* of Flagler held in Jacksonville The',on Satur- '63 Chevrolet,luxurious enough to beat Corvair Monza second only to the all- .
County, Municipalities therein day, December, 1. FHA girls .
=, and the State. of FloridaEntered will meet at the school Saturday more expensive cars at their own game. new, all-out Corvette Sting Ray for -

, E morning and then ,ride .a (and less upkeep, too, in the bargain) exciting going. With four entirely differ- r.
r- school bus aa' second class. matter . the new Chevy II, all ent kinds of new cars like 'I I ': x "
is held the
meeting being tat
;- February 6, 1913 at the postofflce -

t at Bunn(11., Florida, under act of Jacksonville University. spiffed-up to" make saving these to choose from,you can ..

March 31876. i' The FHA girls miss' their more fun .-a new 150-hp CHEVROLETat seewhyjustpickingyour'63 : r',
.Mrs. Broadaway, who is
}. One year .$2.50 sponsor in the hospital and wish her a Spyder package (optional 'Chevrolet is a ball by itself! '

$"v Six months .$1.25 speedy recovery. The make more people depend on I Il

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charitable 74 Rent 11'Hindu 43 Testimony '63 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPORT COUPE-Looks expensive? Look twice at the price.
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i,.,:: PAGE, ,EIGHT; >'-. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,Thursday, Nov. 29.. 1962

t. Mrs. Louise Taylor is a patientin THANK YOU I also their visits during my stay
Civic Music Assn.Twentyfifth I! the Halifax Hospiatl in .Daytona To our friends and everybody,1 I in the hospital. Your kindnessis

Season 1' Beach for medical treat *I wan to thank you for the flow;I deeply appreciated. Sincerely,

I ment. ers, cards, and kindness to me Camilla McKnight.
Membership Drive (Continued- from Page 5) while in the Halifax Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Sturman Mrs. H. T. Cook is a patientin Ever grateful, CARD OF THANKS
r' Mr. J. McKim Duncan, presi I' where she 1 E. S. Morris .
were, business visitors in_Jack. the local hospital and family. I would like to express my
.. dent of the Daytona Beach Civic sonville Tuesday. I underwent surgery Monday deep appreciation to my friendsfor
;.. Music, Inc., has announced that morning.Mr. I THANK, YOUI their lovely flowers, cards,
h' the membership drive opening Mrs.1 would and visits during illness
like prayers
to my -
express my
Carl Sutton, brother of .
: ._ their wenty-fifth is heading for anniversary a sellout., Robert Revels, was moved from s and Mrs. L. S. Cody, Jr., sincere thanks to everyone for I in the hospital. S
season I
' ; I the local hospital to his home and children of Orlando spent their prayers, flowers, cards, and W. E. Kudrna.
There than 1850
are now more I
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: members with a total capacity II in Valdosta, Ga., last week. He the Thanksgiving holidays here
. at Peabody Auditorium of 2560.I had received treatment ,at the with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Cody, Sr. I

Memberships will !be accepted I local hospital after suffering a
. heart attack while on a visit Those from Flagler County attending 24 HourWrecker -
until the first concert or to au I I I
here. the Shrine ervice'Flagler
ditorium "capacity.r
; I I l I in Jacksonville past weekend
r;. Admission concerts -will be I I included Mr. and Mrs.'Walter -
1.. by membership only. No single II The Junior Woman's Club gave
tickets will be sold. Checks' for:!I a Thanksgiving Basket to a deserving I" Knight 'Mr. and Mrs. Zack Truck & Tractor Co.
annual memberships may be I I family last week, members 'Holland, L. L. Brannam, George I k

,. ., mailed to P.O. Box 69, Daytona said today. They also voted |English, Charles Frank, Stanley MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
". I I to have booth at the Woman's'Novak, George Wickline and T.
, Beach. Mr. R. L. McNab of a Farm Industrial Equipment
'f Flagler Beach may also be contacted Club Bazaar on December 8. I{E. Holden. ,"
.:. for memberships. i i Initiated into the Shrine were VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 1
: Mr. Knight, Mr. Frank and Mr. Owner s+<* Bunnell, Florida
season's offer.
Included in the I ,
English.Mrs. .
ings will be the big happy I.
Broadway Musical "The Sound i '
' CLUB TUESDAY Baxter ,Sutton returned
of :Music" starring Jeannie Car. 'I
On of boys to her home in Valdosta, Ga.,
Monday a
R son. The other four concerts include -
.- last week after spending the CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
The Vienna Choir Boys; I met to organize a club which I
,.. James Mathis, pianist; The Ra- they decided to name "Flagler-I past month here with her
mat-Can Israeli Orchestra: ; and Junior Citizens. daughter, Mrs., Robert Revels. I A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director -

Theador Uppman, :Metropolitan Elected as officers were: Scot- JOHN HARDIN. Associate
baritone.NOWT.' ty Crews, president; Donald Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. I AIR
Barrow, vice president; Benton !10.. D. Robertson was her; sister, LADY OXYGEN

Eisenbach, secretary; and Jacky Mrs. J. W. Moody of Baxley, Ga. I CONDITIONED. 1 ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED

McCabe,. treasurer. CHAPEL AMBULANCES
; The age group is from 13 to Charlie McCraney was a pa. I,
19 years old. The purpose of tient in a Jacksonville'hospital Phone ID 7-3532

the ,is to better the recently receiving medical treatment -
> corn- .1
group I
everyone'can 201 E. MOODY BLVD. ,BUNNELL. FLORIDA
I unity and give youth something I 1 I __ 11
"to do. Fred E. Schmidt Is advisor ./ .

own' counselor.The and. Wilfred Hunter' is II

next meeting will be on I
a home December 10th at 7:30 P.M. All t
"All I for t tr
boys interested in joining are Christmas is :
of their ; asked to be present at the next II '(

. meeting. .. my own EXTENSION phone" ,. :.:

own! Inhabitants of 'the island of ..., ; y.:,'

Tiree- in the Inner Hebrides walkin ".1: ::0l.. ,:' ,. !- (
We can',arrange for all curious
a manner supposedly I
the needed 'to .
money in Scot. "
recognizable anywhere -. 110 ..
build on your lot. land. The islanders develop a $ :; ..=. '-.
((100% Financing) shambling angle of approach by .
fighting to stay upright againstthe ;
Our plans, your 'plans are wild westerly gales that j
custom designed by our
Tiree. 1 1I
architect. . in the, country, sweep : ,; 3
the river lake 1
on or oceanfront
The largest raindrops measure
. C. B. S., brick stone,
about a quarter of an inch in
frame. diameter. Bigger dropsb'reak up

QUALITY as they fall. > a. .

Brand name building ma- lid- J_ '
terials . skilled local crafts- t:
men. ALL KINDS cc Ptb ii 4r

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Telephone OR7-0718 Collect c!
SOON-A :branch office in Flag* \ :

ler Beach to better serve pros.
pects in Flagler St. Johns and ARE f MNG&StUOidK I

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I pretty, favorite color, of course. Fun and

FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT :'"'}:: ...and one privacy for the teenagers-comfort and

for Mom! convenience for the grownups. These are '

AMBULANCE I {<. the thoughtful things you give when you '

I SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4-1625 _' give extension phones Other modern tele-

I' ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA \ phone conveniences to consider for gift-

Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Jmbu1 Ce. We giving: the melodic Ben Chime, the time

-:. are always at your service. with promptness. safety and \ nvq I and step saving Home Interphone.call
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for Dad!
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator "-

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