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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 6, 1962
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50;. NO. 48 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 6, 1962. $2.50 A YEAR

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,\ Defense Meeting Former Beach School Board 1 II County Board



Friday Evening Resident Dies, .. Aj Yaov.v c 1N.0.7 To Begin Work Okeys Plans V I


) Well Attended Funeral l FridayMrs. Lt .Y On KindergartenThe For WatershedThe


i Survival in nuclear war is the I Shirley Porte Tidwell, Board of Public Instruct Board of County Commissioners -

I' responsibility of each person, I daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Max tion voted at their meeting at its meeting Monday

" I family, city and county, said I :Porte of Flagler Beach, passed Tuesday morning :ito begin work .agreed to continue plans of the

Admiral C. E. Aldrich, deputy ,away early Sunday morning in' on the Kindergarten rooms..They proposed Haw Creek Watershed

director of civil .defense for Flor !Good Samaritan Hospital in Ma- will accept bids. on Tuesday project. The action was taken

ida at a meeting last Friday ,con, Mo., after a long illness. moring at a special meeting fora after a request by the Farm

evening in ;the .court house. !'She was 25 years of age. working supervisor for the Bureau. It was stated, however,

With about 60 persons attending She was hospitalized while r 'tj project. that a majority attending a

"the meeting to learn more enroute with her husband to a The work will be done on the meeting of the board of direct -

'about defense measures. Adm. military installation at Omaha, maintenance basis. Funds will tors of the Chamber of Commerce

.Aldrich said a good explanationof Neb. She was a native of Detroit be acquired by the Matching I were against continuingthe .

organized civil defense would and had lived in: Flagler CLAUDE H. BARROWAirman Building Act, with matching I project.

be' to" call it "government In Beach for 11, years. She was a funds provided by the state It was estimated that the project
Basic Claude H. Bar
emergency." 1956 graduate of Bunnell High and the county. The BuildingAct I would cost about $1,000,000with
, He first gave a broad outlineof School, where ,she was secretaryof row' son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude'A. is effective on a pupil in. Flagler county's share approximately .
'Barrow of Howe St. Bunnell
.the sate CD setup and whatis the FHA Club, member of .the increase basis. r $300,000 and the '
is being reassigned to Keesler
recommended for a county.He Glee Club-and the school news- The Board also approved the Federal Government the remain.
,AFB, Miss., for technical training
said there/ is a civil defense paper staff. Student Savings Plan which was der. Commissioner. Tucker moved
setup 'in 66 of the state's 67 I She is ,survived by her husband -i as a United States Air Force presented by parents of the for continuance and Com. George '
radio and radar maintenance
counties but in some there is 1 Larry Tidwell, U.S. Air I Freshmen students. The plan Wickline seconded.A .

little more than a name. He Force; a son, Donnie Tidwell; specialist calls for students, during their petition from about 40 resi-
feels Pinellas county has the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Airman Barrow, who completed four years of high school, to dents of the Korona area was
the first of his
best setup in the state. Porte, Flagler Beach;' two,sisters, phase Lackland military earn and deposit in a class trip presented asking that the old,,".-

The meeting was brought about Mrs. Richard Allen and Mrs. training. at AFB was savings fund at feast twenty- U.S. Highway 1 road from Ko

1 by Mrs. Cora Buckles who William Dulaney, both of Jack selected cOurse for the specialized five dollars each year, if he rona to south county line be '.
the basis of his interests
on
I Interested a number of civic or- sonville;? a brother, Mervin Porte'of and elects to go on a senior class improved. No definite action. ,

ganizations. These', together .LaHabra, Calif.; her grand aptitudes. trip. He may withdraw his taken. V .
I He is a 1962 graduate of Bun on:1
with other intererested persons mother, Mrs. Anna Porte. ey if he should transfer Matters of ''the civil defense ,
nell High School.FLAGLER .
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made up the audience. Funeral services will 'be held I the school any time during the.t setup was .discussed, including -,.

'Jack Clegg, acting as chair- Friday morning at 10 o'clock BEACH ,year. I II relieving County Agent Howard
man for Mrs. Buckles, stated the from. St Stephen's Roman Catholic I I I
I Board also voted; to secure Taylor of previously assigned
purpose of the meeting and con Church with Father Diago RESIDENT PASSES another car for driver educationat I duties. These duties were as-
gratulated the clubs jfor their Interest Conesa officiating. Intermentwill :
AWAY WEDNESDAYMrs. Carver School.. Voted ,to purchase .signed -to others -
in civil defense. Raymond be in the St. Mary's Cemetery -
car if they could not secure
$75
: It was agreed :.ta spend I
Smith, Flagler the second on the' driver
car to to send Byron Hinson, high
director, Introduced. .. Aid-, The Rosary will be said at 8 Daytona Ave., Flagler /Beach, '
.plan. Superintendent was teacher to Battle Creek, *
'rich., P.M. Thursday' evening at, thChapef < passed away 'at the1 local hospital school? : l
instructed to 'make contacts for
. Mich. for weekof schooling
sMter ;one. ,
.of' Craig Funeral:Home; Wednesday.,.She*was the "
:,th alkIiX Al 1r c.a; ? xrars. y llable. V *6 .* irradiation : l
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20tEast Mid: .BtVcL 1FP1eI aiv wufe rLSbdeixljena.. f '
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, short .CD Kfilm,';wasshOWi ._--_ ---- :>pL Arranged for"BUT to transportCarver' I -' ,/
!" lit questions>ftonrthe1SBoer'wereanswered may' call at :the chapel from, 3 She was 'born In Sweden- and :Band to the Orange R. .M. Anderson, lessee of_the

y' and a number! .of radiation o'clock this afternoon until the came to Balntree, Mass, in 1923 t Blossom Classic in Miami this Bunnell airport, appeared before

I detection ,instruments funeral hour. where she resided until movingto weekend.. The band was invitedto the board concerning litigation
Pallbearers are Elmer Slough, Flagler Beach in February of ,-
: were shown by Tilman. Robinson. participate in the program. between himself and the board -
-- George, Skolar, Zeke. Chaffee, 1960. She 73 of !
was years age. The Board voted to hold their over funds now in the hands of

Cletus Strauser, Buddy Chambers Survivors are her husband, I January'meeting on Friday, January the court. Anderson agreed to I
CLUB PLANS and Jack Holt. Carl Flagler Beach,
BPW Sodersljerna 7 to complete the businessof sign a surrender of lease in or- ,
and a son, Frederick Jerna of der to take case out of court. '
CHRISTMAS PARTYThe I the old board. The new board
I :BEACH SCHOOL Hanover, Mass. begins its year on January 8. Board Attorney prepared the the :

Flagler Business and Professional HONOR ROLL' Funeral services will be at 3 They approved 15 pupil as- release, but then Anderson refused '

: Women's Club metWednes'day I o'clock Saturday afternoon at the signments as follows: Flagler to sign. The matter stands

evening at the courthouse The Flagler Beach Elementary Craig Chapel, 201 East Moody Beach Bunnell-; 6; and Carver, as before with a court settlement

for their business meetingof School Honor Roll for the second. Blvd. Rev. R. W. Dickert, pas 7. Also two reassignments from' Indicated..: V

the month. six-weeks period: tor of the Community Memorial
I Flagler Beach School to the Smith, civil defense .
They ,voted to have a ChrisU Fourth grade-Sandra Abbott, Church of Flagler Beach will I Bunnell School. Raymond V
Party and social meeting at the Patrick Duncan, Frederick Fruits officiate. Interment will follow I director, asked-tile,board for additional .V

December'20 meeting. The party Linda Smith, Victoria Perritt. I at Espanola Cemetery. I space for his office, saying .
PARENTS
BAND ,.
have
that he does not room ,
will be at the home of Elizabeth Fifth grade Janet Haines, Friends may call at the chapel
Hoff. The club voted in place Deborah Lucas, Donna Filkins, from: 6 o'clock Friday evening I SPONSOR DONKEY in the space presently occupied. .f
The board, at the suggestion of
of a gift exchange among members Barbara Wilson, Michael Bell, until the hour of the service. I BASKETBALL GAME
Chairman Jack Clegg, agreed to
they will bring a: gift for Kris Martel, Ann Meekins, Cathy
The Bunnell Band Parents are divide the room occupied by the
a girl which will be sent to the Duncan, Debra Missinne. I
sponsoring a benefit Donkey Service in two
Soil Conservation V
Florida School at Ocala. Sixth grade-George Robbie, f\
FLAGLER CHAMBER Basketball Game at the tonight I
gym be by
these to occupied
also voted for the clubto parts
They McNabDiana Lucas David
Jimy !
I (Thursday). Proceeds from and Soil Con. .
the agent
county
buy a gift for Lois Walker, John, Susie Duncan., WILL PARTICIPATEThe .
the game will be used on the 'servation. : .
of the local club.
sponsor I Flagler County Chamberof Cherry Blossom Trip Fund. A short informal discussionwas

Commerce is making arrange The.game will be the Oldsters had concerning previous ; -

SAM NOVICK TO BAND PARENTS ments this week to enter local Vs: the Youngsters and promisesan discussion ,on employing a

HEAD MASONSSam MEET POSTPONED civic club representatives in the evening of thrills, chills, and "county' manager" or ."assistant_ i Ito
Holly Hill Chamber of Com- I spills, members of the .committee the board." It was agreed ;
Novick was elected wor- The Band Parents meeting merce Christmas Parade Satur- said. that a meeting will be held this .

shipful master of Bunnell Lodge scheduled for tonight (Thursday) day. Each organization is requested -I The roster included J. Har- Friday evening to go into the

No.:200''at a meeting last 'night. has ,been postponed... to have a young girl gett, R. Improta, H. King, J.J. proposal further. '

Elected to serve with him next It will be held on January 3, representatives ride in :two con- Seale, ,Harry Kuleski, J. Bag-
year were: T. Shelton Brooks, 1963. for the vertibles the local C. McGriff
Reason} postponing provided by gett Sr. E. T. Pache, ,
S.W.; Keith Lovell, J.W.; Geo. meeting was several conflictingdates chamber. W. L. 'Spicer, Jr., W. Johnston,

"} Wickline, treasurer; Rufus Mil for tonightCHRISTMAS Civic clubs of Flagler Beach Rem Murray, Shelton Barber, J. TURKEY SHOOTAT

:,l ler secretary. and Bunnell have been asked to Dumb ld, :Jack 'H rdin; Willie AIRPORT

I ,si Other officers will be named sponsor a girl In the parade.! Aaron, Buddy Taylor, H. Wells,

by the Master before the Installation LIGHTSTO Paul' Staton, Dean Peterson, Sr., SATURDAYA
i of officers on December 27
.. and others.SPECIAL.- Turkey Shoot, sponsored by V
/ BE TURNED ON POPE ASKS FLAGLERBE parents of the Senior Class students .

GRANDDAUGHTEROF City employees have been INCLUDED IN P-TA will be atthe Bunnell Air ._

MRS. TUCKER working this week erecting the MEET CALLED port Saturday afternoon, begin-
I Christmas lights in /the business DISASTER AREA ning at 1 o'clock. The shoot will

FATALLY BURNED district of town. Gene Barber State Senator Verle A. Pope THIS, AFTERNOON continue during the afternoon.

Regina Joyce Vigliaruro of Cocoa who is in charge of the worksaid said today he has asked Gov. A special meeting of the I Proceeds from the shoot will !

nine-months-old ,granddaughter the lights should be readyto Farris Bryant to ,Include St Parent-Teacher Association of be used in financing the Senior ,

of Mrs, K. L''"'hrcker of be'turned on tonight in most ohns and Flagler Counties in the Bunnell School has been Class Trip to Nassau In May. !
Bunnell was fatally burned at sections of the area. the storm disaster area. He said called for this afternoon- (Thursday ' R. A. Powell, Jack Hosford and f 4 i

the family home in Cocoa No- The lights will be placed In there was some storm damage ) at 4 o'clock by PresidentT. P. A. Edmonson will be in ;' I;

vember 27.. ,The child :was. In a front of the courthouse and also I reaching into the north end of Shelton Brooks.. charge of the shoot. r I

crib in the room which burned. around Lake Lucille. They also, Flagler county coastline. The meeting will be held In The Class sponsored sale last

Survivors include the parents, plan to have a Christmasin tree Extensive damage:'was done the school cafeteria and all Saturday at ;the Bunnell postot-

Mr.;and, Mrs. Frank, Vigllaturo front of city hall -by Lake to the beaches in St Johns andDuval members and officers are J urged flee netted $29.40, Mrs. Emil i

of Cocoa..,, Lucille. : '.; Counties. I Ito' attend.: Smythe reported.r" .
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:I:'p TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA = Thursday, Dec. 6, 1962NOTES

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:< : - -'j teams are made up of two age I 10:00'a.. m.' ;",; ,IX THE CIRCUIT COURT SEV: }
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I
; ENTH JUIJICIAL ClltCUlT..IX
.. ,, groups. { Lions v& Wildcats H?: AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
<" I Polk Randy :Morris .:: .'1 FLORIDA. .INCHANCERY.. CASE
t.. ER7 Tommy Dec J 19. 9 a. m. NO. 4552
.
',....,:.. )!. "and Bebe ':Moody will referee. + : Bobcats vs. Wildcats...iX?v i IN TH UE. MATTER OF APPLICATION l

t Opening of season play is slated 9:15 a. m. %.' 1.0'0.1' ..Age CHANUL. OUEN

')! @ I for 2 p. m. Games from Dec. 15 Lions vs. Tigers ."' LA.uAh 4' h..K1J.-L.'D'
,
'. : K I are slated for 9 a. m. 10:00 a. m. OREN LAMARjKNIGHT '

,;,_" '. .I Bulldogs vs. PanthersDec. TO: ORE M,NOTICE:SimcKLAND:

1-1: . 1 SCHEDULE 1962.63 .- I c/o jurs. :u, l), otriCKland -"
22 9:00 a. m. harp btreetttainoriuge. i
: .... 'I- First Half I : Georgia
-< By Leslie Pache Bobcats vs. YOU ARE HERKt*!' NOTIFIED J
. I Dec 8,2:00p.m. '- 9:15 a. that a Petition for Change of Name

BULLDOGS PLAY t The team had a 12-8 season I Bulldogs vs. Lions Wildcats vs. me,1 LAMAR or the white faTKICKLAND., male, minor.was OREN filed

HASTINGS AWAY last year1. The Bulldogs will miss 2:15 p. m. 10:00 ' < in the above cause on the 4th day ;
I a. m. of 1962 MARGARETV.
by
December
Petersonwho is out with'a I
Dean Bobcats vs. Tigers. , Panthers, vs. Tigers KNIGHT and you are hereby
Coach Cliff McGriffs football injury. I am looking .. commanaed to be and appear InUre
basketball team will I 3OOp.m. r'Wildcats Dec. 26 9:00 a.' m. >' -.- above-named Court on or before .
?
,
BUnnell\\for the Bulldogs to finish the vs. .Panthers the 3rd day of January, A. D. t
,:',' twenty game schedule season with a 15.5 record. .' Wildcats vs. Tigers iyt>4. to show cause, if any there l

night at Hastings.: Talking to. Dec 15. 9:00 a. m. 9:15 a. xn. or be, Name why should the Petition not be for granted.Change \\I,

S Coach McGriff Tuesday morning I J Good luck Bulldogs. Tigers vs. Bulldogs Bulldogs vs. Bobcats DATED this 4th day of Decem- ,
ber, A.. D. 1962. J
about the squad. He was pleased I Game Tuesday night, Dec.ll, 9:15, a. m. 10:00 a. m. (SEAL) E. A. S11YTHE' ,

with hid squad. Taylor boys and girls, school )I Bobcats vs. PanthersU. \ II Panthers vs. .Lions December Clerk 6-13-20.21-Uc of the Circuit Court 1

The boys haven't got the I gym, 7:00 p. m. I! Dec 29 9:00 a. m. 1 NOTICE

height but with four lettermen OF F. SETS PACE Lions vs. Bulldogs Notice is hereby given that the j

returning, Cliff will work for I NUCLEAR PROGRAMJust 9:15 a. m. Board Flagler of County Public is planning Instruction to con-of ;
LEAGUE ;
BASKETBALL
BOYS Tigers vs. Bobcats struct two class rooms for the
speed,,with Conference
... tin Emery leading the Quen.1 STARTS PLAY SATURDAY I 20 years after Enrico 10:00 a. m.. kindergarten Board is department.The interested. in receiving -

Fermi achieved control of the Wildcats vs. Panthers written applications from interested ;
lettermen Harry Kuleski. Bunnell Recreation Department parties capable of full
mighty power of the atom in time supervising and constructionand
Moody and Randy Morris returning has organized a basketball '

S '' from last year's team. Up league to: play 12 games. First Chicago, more than 200 Univers- Applications of performing must on-the-Job be received work.by
ity of Florida scientists are CLASSIFIEDADS the 11th day of December. A.D.
I from the Javee are Robbie Tucker game will be played Saturday, 1962 not later than the hour of

Johnny Metts, Tommy Polk, Dec.,8th. at 2:00 p.m. The league working with ionizing radiationsin 9 A.M. o'clock in of the Public office Instruction of the

Howard Emery. Jim Brown and will have six teams. First half more than 80 laboratories on Superintendent in the Flagler County Courthouse -

Brice Hosford played with the pay! will give the boys two the campus. Please. state rates of.pay expected -' ,
, varsity last season and will see I games a week thru the holi They number among the na Listing under this heading areS for supervision and on-the-Job
information each insertion, work. Plans for the building can
tion's researchers piling up eenta per word
more action]: this year.; days. All boys will play as the 75 cents la minimum charge be inspected at the Superintendentof
for the rapid progressof Public Instruction office Flagler
... nuclear science and technol FOB SALE-Perfection stove '$5; office County hours.Courthouse during regular

p ogy. During the past year alone, Bissell sweeper $4; hand vacuum The Board reserves the right to
OPEN LETTER TO FLAGLER reject any and all applications.Dated .
; I there was an increase of 20 per ,$6. 140 Palmetto St., Flagler at Bunnell, Florida this

COUNTY CITIZENS cent in the _number of scientific, Beach phone HE 92331. 4th day of December ROY E. LIKINS A. D. 1962.

personnel at the University Dec 6-ItcWINTER Acting Chairman.
I The "purpose of this letter 'to ithe citizenry of Flagler December -Itc
radioactive materials and .
County is in regards to the possible, suspension of,.all hos using FABRIC, SALEAt IN TIIE-CIRCUIT COURT OF
increase of about 15 cent
an
pital facilities for this area. per Cloth Shop, 539 S. Young, FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,
in the laboratory space in which IN CHANCERY NO. 4541
U.S. 1 Ormond Beach.
NORMAN J. SOUCY.
The hospital established in the of 1955a
was summer such ,materials are used. Plaintiff.
clinic which the 54" Wool Ends $1.50-$2.00 each; vs. 4.
five-bed small has grown to present
45" Suit Fabrics 79c 54" MARIE A. SOUCY,
yd; Up-
beds with facilities of obstetrics
size of thirty-five the complete : I Defendant.
lolstery l-$3 yd; Antique Satin NOTICE TO DEFEND
medicine and It is .
surgery fully approved, accredited THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
and ,licensed by the State Board of Health as a Drapery 88 cents yd. MARIE A. SOUCY '

general hospital and by the Florida Hospital Associationand Dec., 6-4tp Brooklyn.242 Sixth Avenue New York

listed by the :American Hospitals Association.The FOR .RENT-House in Hillcrest suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a
the above entitled and
cause: you
hospital not only being a life saving institution, large living: room, 2 bedrooms, are hereby required to file your answer -

it has also been an economic boost to this ,area with approximately 2 baths, dining room and large and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon

35 to 40.employees.with an annual payrollof porch Wisehaupt. HE 92247. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address is:
$85,000.00 to $100,000.00 per year which most. of this remains Dec. 6tfcWAITBESS Richard.D. Bertone
.
144 Burlelgh Avenue
irr, Flagler County Prompt Service WANTED 21.45 Holly Hill. Floridanot
later than December 14. A.D..
I If a suspension of facilities is contemplated, this pay years of age. Must be very neat. 1962. '
PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US If you fall to do so, decree pro
roll will be felt in "some circles. Apply Cobb's Corner. confesso will be entered againstyou
Dec. 62tcA for the relief demanded in the
I I For the past three years the hospital has been operating The Flagler TribunePhone bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit for divorce.
\ / ., being
in the black. WATKINS ROUTE in this area WITNESS my hand and 'seal of ,
IDlewood 7.3282 said Court this 7th day of Novem-
The reason for my decisions, principally due to my BunnelL Florida Is open for semi-retired man, or ber A. D. 1962.

health, as'this is ,too big of a job for a one man operation, lady. Many semi-retired peopleare (Official Clerk Seal) of said E. A.Circuit SMYTHE Court

to be able to practice medicine 'and administer a hospitalat earning $50.00 to $100.00 per By Julia R. Clerk
PAL PARKER'S. INC. on'time Deputy
the same time. week depending devotedto Nov. 15-22-29 & Dec.; 6-4tc
Automotive Specialty Center: the business. Maybe you can I I
A stock issue months and IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF
was contemplated several ago BRAKE RELINED $15.95
qualify. For personal interviewin FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA,
many factors involved in regards to the .51% 'ownership; PARTS AND LABOR IN CHANCERY NO. 4540
write J. H. :Me-
.FORDCHEVROLETPLYMONTHOTHERS your area, CATHERINE JOHNSON;
if this a reflection on the sale of the, 'stock, I would be !! $10.95 Garity, Williston, Florida. Plaintiff. t -

only too happy to relinquish the control: provided that the 540 Mason Ave. Daytona Nov. 22.29 & Dec. 6.13-4tc HOLLIS, EDWARD vs. JOHNSON S

community selects proper members on the Board of Directors Dp.fp.ndllnt. I
DEp ENOn-
NOTICE TO
who are able to administer the proper facilities in .regards WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) cus THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

to the community's health, safety, and welfare. I THE OUTBOARDER tomers. Call Harris Appliance & HOLLIS Place of EDWARD residence JOHNSON.and II

feel' that if the proper Board of Directors are appointed, who Autnorized Evlnrude Dealer Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. address unknown
You are hereby notified that a
will in turn hire an Administrator to run the hospital and BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Aug 3OtfcREFINISmNG suit has been filed against you in

f whereby, I, myself, as a doctor, plus the other doctors can Dockage Storage Tree Ramp -Furniture refin- the are hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you answer J

concentrate on the practice of' medicine for the bettermentof WE FINANCE with the Clerk of this Court,
ished and repaired. Experiencedon and to serve a copy thereof upon
the community. 825 Ballouch Rd-Daytona antiques. Chairs recaned.Tel. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose name and address ts:
This investment is sound to the general public who is 4392007. 10-11-tf James S. Holton
306-308 Bank
Exchange Bldg
interested in the community's health and welfare, as it will RCA VICTOR St. Augustine. Florida I
FOR SALE-L.P, Bulk Gas. We not later than December 14, A.D."
bring a good return and by the same token: the Board. of LIVING COLOR TV 1962. I
will fill tank 'or we will
Directors .management,' the corporation will be in a fin- "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE your If you fall to do so. decree pro j
IN THE WINDOW"Southern furnish you with a tank. Call confesso will be entered against
ancial and manageable'position to greatly improve the for the relief demanded
Radio & Television you in the
Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at
bill of complaint The nature of +
yearly earnings before taxes,of the hospital through stricter 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. said suit being for divorce. ;
admission and collection policy. ORMOND WITNESS my hand and seal of't
Aug. 3OtfcEXPERT said Court this 6th day of Novem- t

As I have: stated ,before, the hospital is now: operatingin FREE PAINT REPAIR SERVICEOn ber(Official A. D.Seal 1962.) E. A. SMYTHE' i;,

the black. ,It has become big business and'requires the Clerk of said' Circuit Court '
TV Radios Hi-Fi Sewing By .Julia IL Harvey '
One extra gallon of choice ,
the for your
Interest and good management by community Deputy Clerk. ,
which the facilities are establIsh: with each Ballot you bur: Machines Vacuum Cleaners and Nov. 15-22-29 do: Dee. 6-ttc
all small appliances. All work
IN THE CIRCUIT
Paint'Store COURT OF
Irrespective of those gossip mongers who state they have Mary Carter guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. I

facts or inside information or claim that hospital facilitiesare Also Westa-at ......1.. Outer 50 w. Granada next 7-Eleven FRANCES IN CHANCERY A. 1MBODEN.NO. 4542

not needed in this area, and the rumors that I am Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- Plaintiff.

leaving Flagler County,.which I would like to state openly, 4414. May 17 tic EMIL F. IMBODEN VS.

that this is my home,and.I have practiced here many years, mIJr 3Hlngirr OJribunrBUNNELL NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND ,

and I do not intend to leave an area that I so dearly love, Ocean front housekeeping apartments THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO -
EMIL F. IMBODEN .
but the in the FLORIDA 1 and 2 bedrooms com- whose address
not only as a community people community and place of
pete with linens and all utilities. residence are unknown' ,
who have placed confidence in me and the establishmentand You hereby *

the different professional personnel.In MRS. Y.B. FULLER, Editor Sun deck, fishing, swimming suit the above has arf been flIed again t you that In& I
loafing. Day, week or month. entitled cause; and you
the event the community Is not Interested In takingover Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court.answer -

the facilities and I so choose ,to close the,present facilities Delg-ate* Official Pablieatl.a HE 9-2082 7.6tf and to serve a copy thereof upon ,
the plaintiff
or plaintiff attorney,
doctor's offices the and will t.r Public Notice ( Flakier whose
the plus X-ray Laboratory name and address I.: 4

remain open and those that ,are requiring hospitalizationwill County: Municipalities therein JAMES 1216 Liberty I. RILEY Street .

be referred to the nearby hospitals for further care and the State of Florida JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Jacksonville. Floridanot
later than December 17, A. D.,
and treatment. As I have stated previously this is too BEACH REALTY CO. 1962. t

-S much for one man to undertake and my health at this I Entered as second class matter LOTS, HOMES, OCEANFRONT, confesso If you fall will to be do entered so. decree against nro

.point is very important to my future and well being so February 6. 1913. at the postomce WATER FRONT, FARMS Bill you for of the relief demanded in vtte

that I may administer many.years of ,good service. at Bunnell. Florida under act of ACREAGESee said suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

,'. March 3. 1I7e. us for'your real estate needs WITNESS my hand and seal of
I remain yours truly.FLAGLER sa.ld Court this 13th day of Novembe -
Office Phone HE 9-2242 .A.D.. 1962.
CLINIC & HOSPITAL INC One ._ ,U50 (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Residence Phones ID
year. 73661
Clerk
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Canakaris M.. D. Pres.
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OFF-CAMPUS ENGINEERING Istered through the Florida Institute a research program designed to I

INSTRUCTION GOES UP AT I for Continuing University ultimately reduce electrical power FOR

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I II Studies. Tosts in Florida by one half. I f 'r., ,

I The University-ot Florida's off- IJ' I ,. . The 8,000 pounds of heavy PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES ,OF

J'' campus' advanced_ engineering is "[ "HEAVY WATER" IS water will be used to pave the CANCER
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,areas of the.state this' trimester} I GIVEN TO UNVERSITY"Heavy electrical power from nuclear AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.

university'' officials report. Water" valued at power plants. It makes the T. COOK AGENCY

t The figure compares to 25_ in I I:$224OOOt has been furnished the University of Florida the only Phone ID '7-3361 J
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EAGEJFOIJR,. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 6, 1962
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I iWOMAN'S FIAGIER FOOD T RE VJ'I

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NEWS count. i
CLUB
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A meeting of the FlaglerWoman's : Mrs. Robert Owens reported a
; Club was held last coffee pot and dinette tablewith I '
Wednesday: afternoon at the four chairs had been purchased _
club house. for the teachers' lounge.She .
of the also stated that the membership -
Highlight program wasa ,
book review Mrs. Edward was no 71 and urged
given by
Kruger. The book "A Shadeof everyone, to get their cards now PRICES GOOD THURS. -FRI. SAT. DEC. 6-7-8, 1962Folger's
Difference" by Allen Drury If they had not already..
proved to be quite controversial Mrs. Johnson thanked the,
among those who heard the re parents for approving the car- I Mountain GrownCOFfEE Henderson's
Superfine
view. Mrs. Willis White, program pool evacuation plan that had I
chairman said, "We recom been made. She also stated thatif 1
mend you read it. Our copy as many as 15 persons were 1ck:. 39* SUGARX 39
will be-on the shelves of our interested in /taking the regular ..
newly opened library, but thereis : civil defense course that it I
already ,a waiting list for it. would be offered in ;the county Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order
We were happy to welcomethe again and all interested in
many visitors who came to signing up for it to call Mrs.E. .
hear Mrs. Kruger's review. Refreshments P. Britt. ,
were served by the W. E. Fennell, Jr., principalof Shurfine Halves or SlicedPeaches4 46 Oz. Shurfine Grapefruit
hostesses for the afternoon, Mrs. the Flagler Beach school, introduced "
Albert Batten and Mrs. Sam No- four of his sixth grade g
vick. The hostesses also pro. students: Joyce Robinson, Susie Ci1 JUICE $100
vided lovely flower arrange. Duncan, Buddy,Moore and Jerry FOt
ments. Gordon, who recited their essays -
Our newly organized library, on "Why They Like to
under direction of Mrs. Philip Read." Then the fifth grade, di- 303 DelMonte Early Garden 303 DelMonte Golden Cream Style
Kester, has proved to be a big rected by their teacher, Mrs.
success. It is open to the public, Leonard: Moody, recited a choral 5 s
I I reading entitled "Christmas Is 00 00
every Thursday afternoon. Thereis PEAS R$1 CORN $1
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no charge. Do come in and Near. f FOR
select your books, magazines',or The program was climaxed '-
Just visitFLAGLER .by a short ,talk by Paul Green
a book representative. Mr. Green
t BEACH PTA had his books on display before WE HANDLE ONLY FINEST MEATS
MET LAST WEDNESDAYMrs. I and after the meeting. The I/ QUALITY I I
Leonard Johnson pre I fourth grade room mothers served -
sided at .the Flagler Beach ''PTA the large crowd decorated
meeting Tuesday evening with Christmas cookies, punch and
about 100 persons attending. coffee following ,the adjourn Small Lean FreshSpare Sliced Baby BeefLIVER
Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister ment of the meeting.
of the -Flagler Beach Methodist LB. mm *
Church, gave' an inspiring devotional COMMUNITY MEMORIAL, Ribs 49 dfl
followed by the salute CHURCH NEWS
to the Flag. The secretary and The Ladies Guild of the Com
t treasurer reports were given and munity Memorial Church will '
the sixth _grade won' the 'room (Continued on page 7) Palm River Sliced Copeland's Pure PorkSausage


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t ALLEN-TRACY with a white cloth with a white
\ net overskirt. Silver three
Miss Fern Evie Allen and Mr.
branched candleholders holding REAL SHOPPING
; James Collie Tracy exchanged lighted tapers- were placed on :
o'clock P. M.
wedding vows at 7
either side of the cake. Assist-
Saturday, November 24 in the
ing in serving punch and cake
First Methodist Church of Bun-
1 were Mrs. Patsy Durrance, Mrs.
nell. Rev. W. L. Spicer, 'Jr., per- Rena Forson, Mrs. Lola Mae .
l J formed the double ring ceremo Parker, and Mrs. Mildred Lewis. ,

ny.The Following a wedding trip to .
bride is the ,daughter of WATCH for OUR
\ Venice, Florida the couple will
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen of reside at 400 Schaller Road, St. I ,- , |:
Bunnell. The bridegrooms parents .; Augustine.

are James R. Tracy Sr., and Among :the out of town guests .
Mrs. Mildred Stewart, both of were Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Collins I L : GRAND OPENING. .
Akron Ohio.
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and family of Bolixi, Miss; Mrs.
I' Baskets of fuiji mums, and '. ,
Mildred Stewart, Akron, Ohio; -
I glads in fall colors were used James Tracy Sr., Akron, Ohio; .... ,
with, potted palms and branched -
Mrs. Evie Allen, Mrs. Lida Mae
candelabra forming the set- Morgan, and Mr. and Mrs. Onie
ting at the altar for the ceremo McElroy and family of Cuba, NEXT THURSDAY DEC. 13
ny. The kneeling bench was en- Alabama-; Mrs. Lee Harris and
twined with Talisman roses and Mr. and ,Mrs. Downey Snow, St. ,

Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Serving as best man was the McKenzie,
and Miss Sue McKenzie -
uncle, George C. Satsuma, Florida.JONESLYONS. .
Bolixl, Miss. Ushers were
Mullis, George Stiener, : :
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Hoake-and' Ronnie Wal- NEW :
The home
of Judge Archie B.,
all of St. Augustine. Bennett, Ormond Beach, was the' RODGERS'SUPE .
girl was Kathy Snow of setting for the marriage of Mrs. : RKET .
If Augustine and the ring bear- Beatrice P. Jones of Flagler::
Mickel Atkinson of Bun-
was Beach to Mr. 'Clifford L. Lyons !
Organist was Ray' 'Mercer of Daytona Beach, at 5 o'clock, -- -
Walter Morris was soloist. Saturday afternoon. Judge Ben-
Given in marriage by her nett '
performed the double ring
1 ther, the bride wore a full !' 4
ceremony in the presence of a
of white satin.
gown peau few relatives and close friends.
scooped neckline was etch- Attending the couple were-Mrs.
in seed pearls with a fitted Agnes L. Yelvington and Joseph i
bodice. The long sleeves endedin Clifton. I
a point over the hand. The
The bride
wore a: pale blue
bouffant skirt ended in a chapel woolen suit with accessories to <.
train. Her veil of im ;
finger tip match. Mrs. Lyons has made .
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ported silk illusion was held in her home in Flagler Beach for
placeby a crown of rosettes with the past 11 years. I

tiny white satin leaves and seed Mr. ,Lyons who is retired from . \
pearls, SJcarjried a Jboguetiqf' 3 fX
active business, ;is a member of
white Cattieya orchids' with an old pioneer family -'of Day-
white satin leaves and pearls on tona Beach. t

a white Bible. After a dinner the
couple left 1 : YJ ?
on a short honeymoon and on
The bride chose as her maid
i of honor her only sister, Miss their return will reside in Holly //j: I
Elizabeth Allen. The bridesmaids -' Hill !
were :Miss Polly Forson y
Miss Judy Lewis and Miss JoAnn WSCS WEDNESDAY y r
Morris. MORNING AT CHURCH pA < I

The maid of honor wore a' The Womans Society of Christian
short satin fashioned Service of the Bunnell.Methodist -
green gown
with a scooped neckline and:I Church met; Wednesday
l sleeves. The skirt morning in the church. Becky Y b r
cap was pleated -
I Clegg, president,'
back and front. Her flowers presided at the iv'
were yellow spider fuiji mums meeting'and hostesses were Mrs. !

i with kelly green net. I Sizemore.The Gene Knight. and Mrs. Bobby : I

The brides maids wore identical Christmas program was !. I } I
gowns of bronz satin. Their: Christmas Bells and was presented -
flowers were bronz matchstick I by :Mrs. Lloyd Robertson, : .
fuiji mums with dubonnet net. Mrs. Leslie Tucker, Mrs. Gordon s' !
V :Mrs. Allen chose for her i r Buckles, Mrs. Lady Allen, :Mrs. r
daughters, wedding a beige brocade :'Ray Mercer, and Mrs. Cordell
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dress with matching ac- Robertson. .
cessories. 'Her flowers were
bronze Cattleya orchids. Here for the holidays with Mr. 11
The grooms mother wore a'' and Mrs. Herbert Allen were his
champyne pink chiffon dress and, mother, Mrs. Evie,Allen and sister J I I .
her flowers were purple Cattleya Mrs. LIda Mae Morgan, and L ::j ,
orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Oniel McElroy and
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Following the ceremony the family of Cuba, Alabama. They
reception was held at the Bun also attended the Allen-Tracy
nell Community Center. Wedding.
The brides table was overlaid Continued To Page 8
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I p_ Handy phones make happy homes . all year round

New Store Hours
Telephone services are personal, different, With the Bell Chime to carol your calls with ;
':-' and appreciated all year long. Here are three musical tones. When warm weather returns, :

1 I ways to make Christmas really' special in you can set the Bell Chime fora louder bell

Beginning I your home: that's easily heard on porch or terrace.

With extension phones, for Mom in the And consider this- these and other useful (

Saturday January 5 1963 I fO kitchen, for Dad in his den and for everyone modem telephone services are so easy to
in the family room. Step-saving, timeorder.. Just call the Business Office or ask',

We Will'Close Each saving extensions come in a wide choice'of your telephone man.
: colors and styles.. : .
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With_Home Interphone as a part of your: ,
Saturday At 12:00 Noon.NNMRIWAIE&SIFN.YCO.... family's regular telephone service. Home "' .

'Interphone lets you talk room: to. room, Sou*Hern i\( Be 11 !

i,.> answer the door,relay outside calls,check on :t. ('' , > : .' " .. :.
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TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nell Development Company's ginning at the Original North-]SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD Northwesterly from said Mile
f r ',IN.SEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT.I Land aforesaid, said parcel beIng west corner of said Section 4 S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS Post No. 85 to a point 2185.91 feet
-- bounded on the Southwest- as a point of reference and Northwestrly from Mile Post No.
: TV.IN, AND I'I.ORIDA.FOR FLAGLER LAW NO. erly by the existing right of running thence South 8902'10 SRD NO. 25. 24 RIGHT OF WAY 84, AND: (B) 500 feet North-
", ,_ -STATE ROAD COS-t way of the Old Dixie Highway West along the North line of I westerly from a point 1266.98
on the North by the new South Section 5. a distance of 695.60 That part of: feet Southeasterly from Mile
01FLOIU DA Agency
an
State 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 766.98
the .
and I 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.
t'ubdlvlslon of, the State .of follows: the 50 foot right-of-way of South. Range 30 East and more AND:
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Florida. .Commence on the North line ofsaid the Old Dixie Highway: thence particularly described as follows The Northerly 5 feet of said
, .. Petitioners Section W at a point 578.17 South 5531'20East, along said : Beginning at a concrete Railroad right-of-way extending
, ..' v. j feet East from the Northwest corner right-of-way boundary a dis- monument marking the original 2700 feet Northwesterly from a
'$ FLOYD BOULTON et al.. thereof said point being the tance of 2669.34 feet' to the point Northeast Corner of the said point 766.98 feet Southeasterly
.: ., Defendants. 1 beginning of a curve concave to of beginning of this description; Section 5, as a point of reference from said Mile Post No. 83 to a
" NOTICE OF RULE NISIt 1 the Northeasterly and having a thence North 34*36'40" East, a and running thence South point 1933.02 feet Northwesterly
feetcurehthrough distance of 209 feet; thence 89-03'10. West, along the North from said Mile Post No. 83.
t .,.,' NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN erly along 5satd aentral South 6523'20East..a distanceof line of the' said Section 5. a AND ,
, PROCEEDINGS: 4: angle of 1112'57 a dis- 209 feet: thence South 34'36'- distance of 695.60 feet to the The Northerly 70 feet of that .
- .. IN THE NAME AND BY THE I tance of 186.93 feet: thence from 40" West, a distance of 209 feet point of beginning: thence con- part of the 150 feet Railroad
/ AUTHORITY OF THE STATE! OF a j! tangent bearing of North 80- to the said Northeasterly right- tinuing South 89'03'lflWest, a right-of-way lying East of the
: FLORIDA '11'''* West run South 948'16 of-way boundary; thence North distance of 624.40 feet, to, the right-of-way of State Road S-
t West 50 feet to the new South 55-3'20' West, along said right- Northwest corner of the said 205 In Section 31. Township 11
VTO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN right of way line of State Road of-way line a distance of 209' Northeast Quarter of the North- South. Range 30 East. .
.. and to all persons and parties 3-13 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 O'SO'OO) East a- tains' in the aggregate 3.19 acres .
interest estate mortgage or other from said point of beginning con- lying Northerly of and within 50 long the West line of the said more or less.
lien to o'r in ,the parcels of land tinue South 948'16 West 50 feet feet of the survey line of State Northeast Quarter of the North-
hereinafter described and the following more or less to the Northeasterlyright 'Road S-13. Section 73550. said survey east Quarter a distance of 380.17 OWNED BY FLORIDA EAST
persons together with aUunknown of way line of the Old Dixie line being described as follows I feet, to the Northeasterly bound- COAST RAILWAY COMPANY. .
: persons claiming by. Highway.The : ary of the 50 foot right-of-way
through or under known persons 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. thence South 4855'60 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 ?r
OWNED BY: J. W. MEDDERS feet North from the Southeast a distance of 36.34 feet to
W* H. Atkinson. III. Joined by and his wife. BARBARA A. MED- corner of said Section 4; thence the point of curve of a 506'42 'TAKE NOTICE that -a Declaration ; '
his wife. Carol Jean Atkinson for DERS. run North 55-30'51" West 6534.20 curve to the left, thence South of Taking has been filed in
the purpose of this suit; Glenda feet to the \Vest line of said 5129'11 East, along said curve the above-styled cause by the Pe-
Atkinson Pell Ice r. joined by her SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD Section 4, at a point 1355.27 feet a distance of 68.73 feet; thence tioners the acquiring authority
husband Hubert Pellicer. for the S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDECRIPTIONS South from the Northwest corner North 41-04'10 East, a distanceof these proceedings of the taking, ofthe
;purpose of this suit; Maudrey of said Section 4; 206.94 feet: thence South 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 Petition a
spouse of W. H. Atkinson Jr.. deceased feet), more or less. feet: thence North 41"04'10 in this cause viz: As Right of .
' ; Moses Reed Atkinson a That part of: OWNED BYr Heirs at Law of W. H. East, a distance of 490.92 feet, Way for a portion of State Road '
minor:_ Boyce Atkinson. amii Tract 1, Block 11 of Section 4. ATKINSON. JR.. Deceased. to the point of beginning." No. S-13.'Flagler County Florida and !:
nor: William W. Deen. as guardian Township 12 South. Range 30 that Honorable Howell W. Melton a
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'f of the estate of Moses Reed ,At- East North of the Old Dixie SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD lying Northerly of and within 50 one of the Judges of the Circuit
,kinson 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 Circuit < "',
'.nors: Maudrey B. Atkinson and St. Johns Development Com Road S-13 Section 73550. said sur- of Florida will on the 10th '
.. ,.Glenda Atkinson Pellicer as Ad- pany's Subdivision as recordedin SRD NO. 15-R 16-R. 17-R vey: line being described as fol- day of December 196%. at 10:00 o'-
ministratrices of the Estate of W. Plat Book 1. page 7. public RIGHT OF WAY lows: clock in the A. M. thereof. In' Circuit .
H. Atkinson, Jr., ,deceased. records of Flagler County Florida Court Chambers in Flagler
,SECTION 73550-2601 STATE ROAD EXCEPT the following described That part of' : Begin on the East line of Section County Courthouse at Bunnell.
S13 'FLAGLER' COUNTY parcel of. land: "Beinga "Being a part of the W% of 5, Township 12 South Range 30 Florida consider said Declarationof
NAME AND ADDRESSES part of Block 11. Section 4. NW% of Section 3; part of theN East at a point 1355.27 feet South Taking appoint appraisers and R
Township 12 South. IJange 30 % of Section 4; and & part of from the Northeast corner of said make such order as the Court '
MAUDREY B. ATKINSON East, according to Plat of St. the NEV4 of Section 5. all in Section 5: thence run North 5530'- deems proper. All parties to the
Cunnell Johns Development Company Township 12 South. Range 30 51" West 1407.01 feet to the beginning suit and, all parties interested may
Florida Subdivision recorded In Plat East and more particularly de- of a curve concave to the appear and be heard at the time
-: SRD NO. 14 Book 1 at page 7 of the pub- secribed as follows: Beginningat Northeasterly and having a radius and place designated.
j lic records of Flagler County. the original Northwest cor- of 2864.93 feet: thence Northwest
I "MABEL C. BARBER Florida, and more particularly ner 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 central angle of 629'- distance commanded to appear by filing an '
> SRD NO. 15rR. 16-R. 17-R;;;,' 21JJ : the original Quarter Section ning thence South 89 run-I of 324.17 feet to end of curve; I answer to the Petition heretoforefiled 'r

J 22, 23 v >. Corner on the West line of Sec- 35 minutes 38 seconds thence North 49-01'51' West 498.24 in this cause in the entitled ,'r.,
:,.1, ; : tion 4. as a point of reference long the North line of feet to the North line of said Section Court on or before the 31st day "'<'
'.FLOYD BOULTON .'. and running thence North 88 4, a distance of 5312.04 feet, to 5 at a point 1779.74 feet West of December 1962 to show what ._
507 Ridgewood Avenue : a degrees 36 minutes East, along the original Northwest cornerof I from the Northeast corner of said right title interest, or liens you. "r
Port Orange. Florida the North line of Blocks 12 and Section 4; thence South 89*-, Section 5; or any of you have in and to "
.SRD NO. 24, 25; 26 11. a distance of 1896.52 feet OS'IO West along the North any 'of the above described lands
to an Intersection with the .I line of Section 5. a distance of Containing 2625'square feet .more and show cause why the same
I fORINNE I. BOULTON Northeasterly right of way 695.60 feet; thence South 41 degrees or less.OWNED. should not be taken for the uses
507 Ridgfewood Avenue boundary of the Old Dixie High- 04 minutes 10 seconds j! and purposes set forth in the Petition -
Port Orange Florida "* way and said point being the I I West a distance of 688.31 feet BY: STATE OF FLORIDA filed herein. "
SRD _NO. 2.4. 25; 26 point of beginning of this description to the Northeasterly boundaryof WITNESS my hand and this seal
; thence continuing the 50 foot right-of-way of SUBJECT TO MORTGAGE recorded of said Court on this 26th day of
I'lTlZENS' BANK OF BUNNELL .. North 88 degrees 36 minutes the Old Dixie Highway thence'I. In M. B. 36. at 'Page 396. in November A. D. 1962.
P.unnell ., | East, a distance of 352.0 feet; South 55' degrees 31 minutes 20( favor of FLOYD BOULTON and his E. A. SMYTHE
J-lorlda ., thence South 17 degrees 52 min- seconds East along said right- wife. CORRINE BOULTON. Clerk of the Circuit Court
SITU NO. 12. 13 utes 45 seconds West, a distanceof of-way boundary a distance of Flagler County Courthouse
209.99 feet to the said North- I I 2669.34 feet" ; thence North 34 degrees SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD Bunnell. FloridaBY
FLORIDA EAST COAST-RAILWAY, easterly right of way boundaryof 36 minutes 40 seconds S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS : Julia R. Harvey
... COMPANY the Old Dixie Highway; East, a distance of 209 feet Deputy Clerk -
t c/o A. C. Hess thence North 56 degrees 25 min- I thence South 55 degrees 23 min- I SRD NO. 26 RIGHT OF WAY (SEAL) *
, :t. Augustine. Florida utes West, along the said rightof utes 20 seconds East a distance I H. T. COOK t.
I SRD, NO. 32 way boundary a distance of J of 209 feet: thence South 34 degrees That part of: County Attorney tot
r 345.0 feet to. the point of be- 36 minutes 40 seconds "Being a part of the Northeast Bunnell. Florida ,
J. W. MEDDERS ginning." West a distance of 209 feet. to Quarter of the Northeast Quar- I and ,
Kspanola Road i lying Northerly of and within 50 I the said Northeasterly right-of- ter of Section 5. Township 12 JAMES J. RICHARDSON,
Bunnell. Florida. s .f I. i' feet of the survey line of State way boundary thence North 88 South. Range 30 East and more Holland Building
.
',. SRD NO. 8 ">,\7 Road S-13. Section 73550 said sur- degrees 41 minutes 40 seconds particularly described as fOl-1 Tallahassee Florida
-' t vey line being described as follows East, a distance of 4517.24 feet, lows: Beginning at the Attorneys for the Petitioners.
1 BARBARA A. MEDDERS- / : to the Westerly boundary of ,the west Corner of the said North 1:
Espanola Road Begin on the East line of Sec- 150 foot right-of-way of the east Quarter of the Northeast IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF TilE ...
Bunnell. Florida tion 4. Township 12 South. Florida East Coast Railway; Quarter of Section 5 as a pointof SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
SRD NO. 8 Range 30 East at a point 193.48 thence North 9 degrees 10 min- reference and running thence AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
GILBERT ' .. feet North from the Southeast utes 45 seconds West along said South ,050'00 East along the TY. FLORIDA. LAW NO.
TUCKER
A. corner of said Section 4; thencerun Westerly right-of-way boundary West boundary of the said : STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
Route .1 North SS'SO'Sl" West 6534.20 a distance of 2123.72 feet, Northeast Quarter of the North- : OF FLORIDA. an Agency of
Cocoa. Florida 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
.SRD NO. 15-R. 1R' : 17-R;, Section 4 at a point 1355.27 feet thence South 89 degrees 02 min- .17 feet to an intersection with and -
22. 23MARVIN South from the Northwest cor- utes 47 seconds West along the the Northeasterly boundary of FLAGLER COUNTY a Political -
'R. TUCKER -- - ner of said Section 4; North line of the said Section the 50 foot risht-of-way of the Subdivision of the State of
Containing ,.35 acre (15.400 square 3. a distance of 89.89 feet to Old Dixie Highway: thence Florida
Hunnell
Florida ". feet), more or less. the point ot: beginning; South -4855'50 East along the Petitioners .

SRD NO. 15-R. 16-R,.17-R; 21, 22. WEST of and within 50 said distance right-of-way of boundary a v. 1' .
OWNED BYt WALDO W, lying Northerly 36.34 feet, to the FLOYD BOULTON. et
'23 : ,, and wife. AGNES WEST. feet of the survey line of State point of curve of a 506'42 Defendants.
MAUREEN B. TUCKER Road S-13. Section 73550. said sur- curve to the left; thence South
Eunuch SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD vey line. being described as fol- 51-29'H" East along said right- DECLARATION OF TAKING
Florida S-13. FLAGLER COUNTY. lows: of-way boundary; a distance of
Slip NO. 15-R. 16-R. 17-R* tI, DECRIPTIONS 68.73 feet" to the point of beginning Petitioners having heretofore instituted -
SRD NO. 12, 13 RIGHT OF WAY Begin on the East line of Section of this description; eminent domain proceed-
:%. ,23 4. Township 12 South. Range 30 thence North 41.04'10 East a ings in this cause for the purpose -

.,M=NES WEST That part of: East, at a point 193.48 feet North distance of 206.94 feet; thence of condemning lands and oth-
Road .. "Being a part of Block 11, Sec- from the Southeast corner of said South 48-55'50 East, a distance er property necessary for the pur-
Espanola '
Florida, f f:f tion 4. Township'12 South Range Section 4: thence run North SS'SO51 '- of 105 feet; thence South 41-04'- pose of securing rights of way fur
,,Bunnell.SRD NO. 11 _i 30 East,- according to Plat of West 6534.20 feet to the West 10" West- a distance of 197.39 a state road as will appear by
St. Johns Development Company line of said Section 4; (East line I feet to the Northeasterly bound- reference to the Petition filed in
> \VALDO W. WEST Subdivision, recorded in Plat of Section 5 of said Township and ary of the 50 foot rightofwayof said proceedings hereby declare
Espanola Road Book 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 cornerof thence North, 5531'0'Vest, a- the land which is the subject of
SRD NO. 11 < and more particularly described said Section 4. (Northeast cor- long said right-of-way boundary condemnation in said proceedings
as follows: Beginningat ner of said Section 5); thence con- a distance of 45.25 feet be taken for immediate public use
LAWRENCE W. WEST : the original Quarter Section tinue North 5530'51'Vest 1407.01 to the point of tangent of the by said Petitioners for road rightsof
Espanola Road Corner 'on the West line of Sec- feet to the beginning of a curve above described curve; thence way purposes, in connection
Bunnell, Florida tion 4, as a point of reference concave to the Northeasterly and Northwesterly along said curve with the construction and maintenance -
SRD NO. 12, 13 and running thence North. 88 de- having a radius of 2864.93 feet; I a distance of 60.22 feet to the of a public state road.
Agrees 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 v 11. a distance of 1896.52 feet, a distance of 324.17 feet to end of lying Northerly of1 and within 50 ter '74. Florida Statutes the Petitioners -
Bunnell. Florida to an intersection with the curve; thence North 4901'51'Vest feet of the survey line of State hereby declare the immediate -
MUD NO. 12. 13 Northeasterly right of way 498.24 feet to the North line of Road S-13. Section 73550. said sur- taking of the lands de
boundary of the Old Dixie High- said Section 5 at a point 1779.74 vey line being described as follows scribed In the Petition is necessary -
SECTION 73550-2601, STATE ROAD way and said point being the feet West from the Northeast cor- : and Petitioners file herewithan
: S-13. FLAGLER COUNTY point of beginning of this description ner of said Section 5; estimate of value of the property -
DESCRIPTIONS : thence continuing Containing 1.47 acres (64,100 square Begin on the East line of Sec- sought to be taken which .estimate -
SRI 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 I 1355.27 feet South from the Respectfully submitted
Tract 3 West of the right of utes 45 seconds West, a distance and his wife MAUREEN B. TUCK- 5 o thence corner of said Section H. T. COOK
way of the Florida East Coast of 209.99 feet to the said Northeasterly ER. I : run North 55'30/51 County Attorney
Railway main line and East of right of way boundaryof SUBJECT TO MORTGAGE recordedin West 1407.01 feet to the beginning Bunnell. Florida
the right-of-way of the Old the Dixie Highway; M.B. 33. at Page 333 In favor of a 'curve concave to the
Dixie Highway. EXCEPT the thence North 56 degrees 25 min- of MABEL C. BARBER; and MORTGAGE Northeastrly and having a radius JAMES J. RICHARDSON
Southerly 200 feet thereof: also utes West along the said rightof recorded in M. B. 35. at Page of 2864.93 feet: thence Holland Building
Tract 4 Northeast of the right- way boundary a distance of Lin favor of GILBERT A. TUCK- Northeasterly and having a ra- Tallahassee Florida
of-way of the' Old Dixie Highway 345.0 feet to the point of belying ER. through' a central angle of 6*29', Attorneys for Petitioners
: all in Block B. Section 10. ginnlng.- a distance of 324.17 feet to end
Township 12 South. Range 30 Northerly of and within 50 SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD of curve: thence North 4901'51 IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
East, according to plat of Bun- feet of the survey line of State S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS West 498.24 feet to the North SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
nell Development Company'sLand Road S-13. Section 73550. said sur- line of said Section 5 at a point IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
recorded tn Plat Book 1. vey line being described. as fol- SRD NO. 21. %2. 23 1779.74 feet West from the TY. FLORIDA. LAW NO.
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 ot> Sec- LATERAL DITCH RIGHT (NORTH) tion; OF FLORIDA an Agency of
tion Township 12 South. Range STATION 157--96 State of Florida
'lying South of and within 50 feet 4. and
of the survey line of State Road, 30 East at a point 193.48 feet Containing 2625 square feet, more
S-13. Section 73550. said North from the Southeast cor- That part of- or less.OWNED. FLAGLER COUNTY. A Political -
survey
The SE>w of NE% of NE'.
line being described as follows: ner of said Section 4: thencerun Subdivision of the State of
Begin on the North line of Section North 55'30'51" West 6334.20 North of the Old Dixie Highway BY: FLOYD BOULTONand Florida, .
10. Township 12 South. feet to the West line of said I in Section 5, Township 12 his wife. CORINNE L BOUL- Petitioners.
Section 4 at a point 1355.27 feet South. Range 30 East TON P.
-
Range 30 East, at a point
1371.64 feet East from the South from the Northwest cor- lying within 15 teet.on each side FLOYD BOULTON. et al..
Northwest corner of said Section ner of said Section 4. of a ditch survey line described as SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD Defendants
Containing 2530 square feet more follows: S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS PETITIONER ESTIMATEOf
10; thence run South883S"U"
Commence on the East line of ,
VALUE
West along the 'North or less.OWNED. said Section 5 at a point 1355.27 SRD NO. 32 EASEMENTA
BY LAWRENCE W. Petitioners hereby estimate that
line of said Section dis-
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tance of 793.37 feet to the beginning WEST and wife MARIE M. 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 55.0'51. West 379.98 the Florida East Coast Railway SRD NO.8 y 400"
radius of 955.37 feet; thence favor of CITIZENS, BANK. OF feet: thence North 34 29'09" East Company in Sections 3. 4 and 8, BRD NO. 11 ,.._ :"
Westerly and BUNNELL, 50 feet to the new Northerly Township 12 South. Range 30 East aRD NO. 12. 13 --- Zb,,"
Northwesterly
said a- right of war line of State Road and in Sections 31 and 32. Town- SRD NO. 14 *,.?
long curve through a central S-13 for POINT OF BEGINNING ship 11 South. Range 30 East said
angle of 3553'50.' a dis- SECTION 73550-2601.. STATE ROAD SRD NO. 15-R. 16-R. 17-R 52000
tance of 598.29 feet to end of 8-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS of ditch survey line: thence con- strip being described as follows: SRD NO. 21. %%. 23 ...... ., 25.04
curve; thence North 65-30'51. tinue North 'Ut'O'Eut 80 The- Northerly 15 feet of said 8RD NO. 25. 24 ................. e _
West 20.46 feet 'to the West line SRD NO, 14 RIGHT OF WAY feet to end of ditch survey line: Railroad right-of-way extending SRD NO. 2C -.. 2500
of Section 3 of said Township Containing 2400. square feet, moreor 1000 feet Northwesterly from a SRD NO. 32 _ _$24COM:
"
S and Range at a point 193.48 feet That part of; less.OWNED. point 728.01 feet Southeasterly Respectfully submitted. -
'
North from the Southwest corner "Being a part of Tract 3 of BY: MARVIN R. TUCKERand from Mile, Post No. 85 of said H. T. COOKCounty _,
of said Section 3 and the Block 5 of Section 4. Township his wife MAUREEN' B. TUCK- Railroad to a point 271.99 feet Attorney
30 East according ER. Northwesterly from said :MilePost Bunnell Florida
end of this survey, line .description 12 South. Range '
.
TO MORTGAGE recorded No. 85.
to Plat of.St. Johns De- SUBJECT and
velopment Company recorded In in M.B. S3. at PEitt In favorof AND: JAMES A RICHARDSON'
r ;i ALSO. A ':'triangular parcel of land In Plat Book 1 at .'Paipe '1of the MABEL C. BARBER; and MORTGAGE The Northerly 10 feet of said Holland Building c*)-- f' '-:.-
Tract 4. Block B. Section 10. Public Records;Jlagler County. recorded In M. B. 85. TUCKER Railroad right-of-way extend- Tallahassee, Florida _* .
'HTownship 12 Sout ..Range .30i Florida and more particularly 8. In favor of 'GILBERT A. ing: (A) 720t feet Northwesterly Of counsel for the Petitioners.
' East, according to plat of Bun- ,described as ,follows: Be- from a point 271.99 feet Nov. 29 ft Dec. G-U-ZO--Ue t

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Thursday, Dec: 6i962. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN .,

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Schwenk,is party chairman, and ,

:J.fagt,. l.5eackl I Mrs. McCabe is the,table, deco-I
rating chairman. The menu will

I be centered around ;turkey with. ;
(Continued from page .4) all the "trimmings. 1

serve a baked ham dinner at I Massehia
Peggy will 'repre-
o'clock tonight, (Dec, 6) in the I
,sent the Garden Club in ,the
fellowship hall. Following the a \
:Christmas Parade in Daytona
dinner? a,short;devotional service, :Beach Saturday morning. Ii { rI
wil.I'be. conducted by Rev. R.:W.
Mrs. McCabe ,was M.C. for I
Dickert and the church busi- i a I Ii

neSs meeting. will conclude the i:cat and hat demonstration. Her; '
models were Elsie White and
evening. iA't
Sue Spivey, Mrs. May Edgett of I
Sunday school will be at 9:45 Sv
O leans, N. Y., and Mrs.
with, classes for all ages., At the Mc-I
Cabe's sister, Grace s.K\: : s'ii /z5 Yu
11 o'clock worship. service Rev..
Gasport, N. Y. Mrs. Babcock and I
Dickert will speak on "How to .
Mrs. Edgett made the hats
worn r
Succeed in Christian Living.
and they also ,made the 12 cat .
The annual Sunday School
pillows.The .
Christmas Party will be presented -
Monday, December 17 at 7:30 demonstration was so
well received that the club called : : '
in evening,I at which time Santa *
a specialworkshop Decem :: .
will make his usual appearance.Mr. .
I
ber 9 so they could be instructed -

in making hats and cats. tiN
and Mrs. Bernie Wilson '
Those attending the S. a
workshopare 5 O
and daughters, Jo Anne and
Barbara, were visiting in Miami to bring half a yard of 36 \
or 33 inch material, thread, .
over the weekend with Mr. and
needles 'and scissors. I Center Cut Pork LoinPorkChops"69
,
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Cats re
Mrs.Gordon Braswell and fam '
ily. Bernie attended the Miami- quireyards for cover and % I
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yards of 1-inch checkered ging Wkole Or S
Florida :football game while ham. Roast 55
there. Half Lb.
Mrs. Marie Brede also requests: ,

METHODIST CHURCH NEWS people entering the Christmas
lighting contest to phone her
The choir will present special ,First Cut Thriftway
information on where they live., .
music next Sunday during the 4The

J worship service at 11 o'clock. p' of LB. .
University Florida,
Church school time is 9:45 and Pork Chops 37 BACON 55'Pure
founded in 1853, became 109
Rev. Reynold Hoover is minister. .
years old this year.
The church school plans to I

I present a Christmas program on ,
I Sunday, December 23rd. LIGHT BULLDOZING Jiffy Pork Smoked (

The Men's Club will meet in
: the church next Monday night, Fill Dirt Building Sand. Shell LB.

December 10, at 7:30: p.m. Everyone ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSON Steaks FOR 49 SausageFla. 59

including, the ladies, is in .2357-Fl
HE 1 BeachCommunity
...
vited to attend and Rev. and

I r, Mrs. Lester Stanton will pre

sent the program and show Grade A, LargeEGGS 3 Lb. CanCrisco Maxwell HouseCOFFEE ,
:} beautiful art slides.
'
1 The Woman's Society Chris-

! taint; Service will have their Memorial ChurchInterdenominational '

t Christmas meeting next Thurs- I
.
1 day morning, December 13, at AIR CONDITIONED
9:30. Mrs. Lester Stanton willS
' .
' Daytona Ave.,
! ; # *
tie / ;
".' It, present 'program I FLAGLER BEACH 2 Doz. I- 1 LB.

i'. SANTA TO BE AT Sunday School '10:00 A.M. '99 49 { TIN 39 1

k: WOMAN'S CLUB SATURDAY Church Service 1100 A.M.
,, .
'r- The Flagler Woman's Club's R. 'v. DICKERT. PatorEVERYONE .
'..;...-. annual Christmas bazaar will 'WELCOME I Limit Two Limit One With Limit One With

4 be held Saturday, December 8, ';" .. !!.., I $5.00 or More $5.00 or More
..
i'I at, the clubhouse, beginning at Food Order Food Order

_" :X' 11:30 A.M. Sandwiches, coffee I
.. TV SERVICEALL
t.: and desserts will be served durIng -
If. FROZEN FOODS FARM FRESH PRODUCE
t' the noon hour.
I Old Saint Nick will arrive at MAKES I Winter Garden' 24 Oz.-Limit 3 4 Lbs. Jonathan -
Agent For
1 P.M for the afternoon_ with Apple
L I a treat for each child. The PIES Cherry 29C BAG APPLES 39C
RCA & PHILCOTUBES .
Junior Woman's Club will, have Peach, Each

-. a table of delicious home-made & ANTENNAS SOLD Winter Garden 8 Oz. \

,I candies for sale.- The St.. Mary's ,AND INSTALLED Beef Firm CrispCELERY

... Guild ladies will sell assorted Chicken
TUBES TESTED FREE
PIES
15e
6ge
pastries. Turkey, 4 for' 2 for
Other tables' will display mis

cellaneous articles such as' TV Bob

Christmas decorations, surprise I
packages, spices,and jellies. : FLAGLER BEACH Gordy'sSALT American BeautyCREAM

,, There will be a fish pond with: PHONE HE 9-2204 ge CORN IOC .

"catches" for all ages. From 5 Each Each v
to 7 p.m. a spaghetti or chickensupper Limit' Three '
will be served. The pub Laruta "- "

., lie is invited. 50 FREETOP Van
CORNED BEEF Ea. 390 RK&2BWS4for9ge"

GARDEN CLUB NEWS VALUE STAMPS 'j

Mrs. Sue Spivey and Mrs. with the,purchase of Hunt's 20 Oz.CATSUP. .
Riceland 3 Lb.
Prlcella McCabe were eo-hostesses Caress Room Spray 1ge I

r for the Garden Club meet I DeodorantCoupon Each RICE 45C f
Each
ing this week. Following"a desert Limit Two

lunch served by the hostess Void 12-8-62 I
4, Joan of Arc 300 Can Georgia New Crop
es. a short business meeting,was 1. -
held. H KIDNEY PECANS t
BEANS 'Zge Lb: 59e
Arrangements were made for 25 .FREE 2 for .
the Christmas Dinner to be,held ;.
Bush 303 Can Baggies Sandwich '
VALUE STAMPS .
December 11, at 6 o'clock in the TOP '

Woman's club house. Clara Bu- with the purchase of ,
BAGS
BLACK EYES
fOe ''' 29*
tuex is food chairman Mrs. 2 Pkgs. of Betty Crocker Each EaCh .

20 Oz. Cake Mix

Coupon Void 12-8-62
PETERSON TEXACOSERVICE Quantity Rights

.; "' ", -
; ROAD SERVICE 1 Reserved

Light Mechanical Work 50 FREETOP

.. Phone 437.3441 Bunaell. Prices Good '
:. ', . VALUE ,STAMPS 6t' ,
j Dec. 6-7-8 1962
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PRESCRIPTION With.. .$5.00 or more ,
ORMOND
PHARMACY Food order SHELTON SUPER Store Houn. ,
and this at
Coupon
.f' Sick Room SuppUes--Sundrles Week 8:15 am.730 jxm. .
HOSPITAL SUPFUBS SHELTON'S GROCERY MARKETBUNNELL
M-Bosr Pre 1 Baal Service S rt' 8:80 am.-9:00 pan.
t I Void 12-8-62 FLORIDA .
Free Delivery to Flagler Beach. Coupon .
Rt. AlA .1 ml. North of -
ORMOND BEACH_TeL OR 7-1CC1



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: : crease of 3.6 per cent. 1 NO MID-MONTH --I I, Subscribe to The Flakier Tribune $2.50- Yearly in Advance

rH: Population of, "The annual rates of gain in I OF THE
MEETING
Florida's population started out : I

: State Ranks the past decade with 5.1 per cent I CITY COMMISSION ,,
24 HourVVrecker
at 7.7
in 1951 and peaked percent I I ,
both 1957 and 1958 I City Commissioners voted to Service .

r Ninth. in Nation fiscal during,years. From :that high I dispense with the mid-Qecember J ,
!meeting at their Monday night
k3

..'. rate Florida of, from 2,836'per is other gaining week states new, net at residents of- I rate during"The, it the new dropped 196162 estimates to 4.1 year.per of Florida's cent I:session.In routine business- they Flagler Truck ,& Tractor Co,

close MASSEY-FERGUSON
to
an
,granted a request
'. out-going movement, the I It population place the state 1
,' Florida any State Chamber of Commerce officially at ninth spot among 'i alley in, block 15 between Lemon Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
' ahead of Mass- and Fig streets; purchased an
the states, just
: reports. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
,advertisement in the Bunnell
is I achusetts and below New Jer-
F "This weekly gain figure School Annual; tabled the matter ,Owner Bunnell Florida
;' the latest official sey"
from
; computed' of an addition to the firehouse -, .
estimate which placed Florida's I due to lack of budgeted -

': .... total population at 5,459,000 on ieU funds. r
:: July 1 of this? :year. It compares I Bun+ djh
.. They considered the matter of
i'
::, with 3,308 new residents per I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
- week in the 1960.61 year and I School J\tewA\ opening Church St. from Canal
-" I to Booe Sts. They agreed to request -
;:- 2,824 In 195960. Caroline Clifton School Editor I the Board of County Commissioners R. CRAIG. Funeral Director
:. "In addition to the net gain
I SENIOR CLASS-The Senior l to construct a bridgefor JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
from migration from other states,
two-way traffic over the canal -
Class held a meeting at Mrs.1Frances
OXYGEN
Florida's natural increase (that
;; ,
for Church St LADY
Edmonson's house on ;
:,, is, the excess of births over CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
November 27. Money making Voted to clearing street for \
t deaths) stood, at 1,260:'new Floridians I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
projects to raise funds for the Pentecostal Church when they.
week during the'past
per ,
t Senior Class + discussed. acquire necessary property. Also
trip were
fiscal This is a drop from I. I
year. r I Phone ID 7-3532
made for Christmas :
! The Seniors' bake' sale, held December plans holi .

the 1,327.previous Adding gains year's from figure migration of,- I 1, brought in a profit of days off for employees. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD.- BUNNELL. FLORIDA ..

!' \ and from natural increase,I $30. --- -
. --- ----- ---- -
.Carol Hoskins, reporter.
the total, weekly gain in the
state's population now stands at I BETA CLUB-On Thursday,

i 4,096 persons. I November 29, the Beta Club held

'.. "Since 1960, Florida has added a meeting in Room 14. A dis

503,000 new residents to chalk cussion was held on the stand-
ards of the Beta Club. New
up a 10.3 per cent gain, the
,. fastest rate of any large state members were discussed and

''i' and way-above the national in- I voted on by the members. The

[faculty will vote on the new

members on Tuesday, December I n.
.i- 4. Mr. Baggett will make the

A final decision after which an'as-

..., .. sembly will be held to induct
the new members.
(Continued from page 51 ,
Carol Hoskins, reporter.
Mrs. Gertrude Rich is a patient GRADE SB-At the SB's class

in the East Coast Hospitalin meeting they discussed the pros-

: St. Augustine for medical pect of having a, Christmas par-

. treatment.Mrs\ ty. A Christmas ,dance was suggested NNiI11liI 41IZMZ

but not everyone was in _
Hugh Cameron has re favor of it. ,A committee was '
I AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S 63 Chevy II Nova 400 Station Wagon
,turned to her home here after appointed with Rick Anderson,

' I spending the past month visit- Betty Dunson, JoAnne Rousse, ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTERIf

ing with friends and relativesin Christine Casey, and ,Shirley

\," :Belvedere, S., C., Atlanta and Townsend serving on it. ,
you'd like to see how your car dollar keep. 63 Corvair:: The rearengine4wonder ," "
Sylvester; Georgia. Dale Abbott ,
I I ESSAY CONTEST: reporter.WINNERS- can be tailored to your needs,your Chev- for people who like their sport "'

,\ rolet dealer has four entirely different with the family along. Then there's our
Mrs.\ J. C ,Hall returned to her Nancy Wilson, a member of the
kinds of'caTS that do it handily. all-outsportscar-thenewCoTfJetteSting
home here Sunday from ,a visit Junior Class, is the local first
in :Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. O. place winner in the essay contest -. smooth '63 Chevrolet: It's a luxury car Ray: ,It's completely restyled and re-

C. Shelton and family. sponsored by the Govern that invites comparison with engineered, and now available -.

w or's Committee on Employmentof ,the high-priced cars.'63 Chevy in convertible or sport .'
Louis Barrs was operated on the Handicapped. Carol Hos II: Really much too snappy m coupe. Whatever your new;

for' gall stones in a Statesboro, kins, a senior, was second place looking and spirited to be car fancy, you'll find .the j 7

:-. Georgia hospital November 24. winner and Allida Tucker, a . called thrift car.JJut sparing Keeps Going Great! answer at your Chevrolet

Mrs. Baas reports he is recover junior, was third place winner. 'is what ,i it is in price and up- dealer's.

ing satisfactorily. The members of ;the speech and

creative writing class and col-

Mrs. Hv C.. Miller of Daytona lege preparatory students in the

Beach was a business visitor eleventh and twelfth grades par

here, Monday. I ticipated in 'writing essays on

.the theme, How My Community
Benefits from the Abilities of
CARD OF THANKSWe
,
Handicapped Workers. The es
would like to express our
says were judged by numbers
-.. appreciation to our friends and
,
with Mr. John Cannon, Mr. John
neighbors for their acts of kind s ::-7C+ii+rY
Baggett, Mrs. Jeanne Cannon
ness during our recent bereave __ ___ _ __
and :Mrs. Emma Murray servingas __ _ __
ment; for the beautiful floral

.offerings,. cards, visits to our judges. '
;home' and all other expressions
CRICKET GAME ENLIVENEDThe _
.of ,sympathy. We are deeply
staid English game of
grateful.
James Flannigan cricket has been enlivened in I :

Western Samoa, where it was introduced _
:The Dunson Family.Of -
in the 1880's. Teams
. .. . .. ..... A'63 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe 'Y '63 Corvair Monza Club Coupe
.....Vtl'.. ... field 10 to 300 players insteadof
: ALFORD the customary 11. Contests

ed last for days amid a carnival

air. A successful bowler: sometimes

a. J.VDOX ju tate Broker turns cartwheels down the I,. N'f l iA

Bunnell. Florida pitch; impromptu dances celebrate -
a hit.
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