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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 20, 1962
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
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_50, NO. 50' BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DE& 20, 1962 $2.50 A'XEAR;

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I ijll1t or4rt tmtti tttr l I High School Racing Funds ; i I Free ChestXRays 1 i j


I ;t Civil Defense To County Here.. ;

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.I s Evacuation DrillThe To Date $39,500 This Weekend>-::."'.':5. :1

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. ; .&1I f faculty and student bodyof State'Comptroller Ray E. Green Don't 'forget the dates thisweekend . '

raI i Bunnell ,High School, grades said today that each of"Florida's for the Free Chest .X- 1':

1e I kindergarten 'through 12, participated 67 counties will be mailed Rays for all persons 18 years ..

\ ei in a civil defense evac checks for' ,$11,500; for its share, ] of age and older. :_ ;

I uation drill: Tuesday morning of the. race track .tax- fund.< The two X-Ray Units 'working ;

.! .at 8:50. Green said. it is th'e second in the County this week are pro-

All students report to. their payment of the current fiscal ,vided by cooperation of.the"State ABoard

II homerooms. :when an alarm year and brings the total to 1 of Health, Flagler,County

. -:-,, sounds and are accounted, for $39,500. This .Is .$3.500, over the Health Department;. .:andjfthe.

I i by their homeroom teachers and same period'last year, he added. Flagler County .TB.:: &1"7;Health, .
i--- e' j given itheir: 'civil defense identification The total' '-'receivedby each Committee. .'"

I| While badges.thiS'"is, county last fiscal 'year: from the i .They began yesterday 'eveViing .

'. being doneteachers race track fund wa.: $201,800. I at Espanola, and will, be. at.the I
and student bus drivers
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following stations during the
: bring the buses from the bus
: : :: I IF i garage to the school bus'loading TV -Station to balance of the weekend
: : Bunnell: near Citizens Bank,
As the. buses arrive at .
area
I I from:
II December 20, 21 and 22 10 :.
the loading zone students. are
I HepUnJtereda o'clock to 1 and'2 to 5 o'clock;;'.- )
[released from their ,classrooms
I Lehigh Cement Plant: Thurs _
.' I '"'' I(I to board buses .jtlpon) students arriving j jI Read aod 'WriteI I day, December 20; 'from. Ito 4 ';

at their respectivejwses . .. -i
w o'clock. ,
I It ,
: ', .. I are checked on,end_ accounted '. .
-
y.r : A special,series of Educational Haw Creek and Bimini at St. i
t for by th0Hdrivdf&..< f : t.i: .toS&ach Johns Park Commun&y, Hatl. .' i
This, is the wheri all l hearts .1! tQ '. television programs :designed on '
season In drill. IIanm1
_.; evaluating: I ,* u* %:,.reatJM&lfc 'andv: ttgja Thursday. December 2), from .5to
\- ': + O isX4V&'.> s -*H"'-e j jaa m
.. -...). "_: ,. Y--. rfii,'jJ --. t q .:;.f { efident1ScaUan., -'b=:':"pin-with.: ill' begin.:Monday, mat _>lagler_ Beach. pofvofflteyJFri- :
fIt : "'. '" -J ' >"r'- .. I Ir i I | 7 'The will last : l ito 4
.. ....... . .. "' rot I' A.Mj programs : dayDecember,_ fmrn.! .
". I ned_ on il\"a. period four and I I
, r ;. Whin. we\w1Sf, every blessing ';! I { : for 33 weeks and will _be on 'o'clock? '' .",:' .. '
: ._ t.a half minutes. All j
I t'. .',. :iir' .. transported Monday, Wednesday, arid,Friday **Korona.:'White! ,Eagle: Cafe;,Friday -
.... >i their buses :
',... = .. students were on ,
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- and' . mornings from 7' to 7:30. This r .December 21,' frorn.5 to 8
-.,- \LJtr; 'l9'YOU' yours checked, and:ready to move out "* -.' x *- *
: ., will amount ito .a 50-hour program o'clock. 0'r .
.:; .- : ", .r in 11 minutes. ...
..-;'" .- : ,'- z.. D. Holland,, superintendent Bunnell: Charlie's Bar, =Saturday .
.' School officials termed the
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1 XT' } of public :instruction ;; December 22, from10jto, o'l .
J Community( Korona Community, : drill"a success. It is estimated announced.The r and, 2 to ,o'clock. ". .
that 85 per cent :of'the student programs will be carriedon -.f' .. .

t: Christmas Tree \ j.I;Club Elects' I body will be delivered to their the above dates: 'on television
I homes by bus in, the event- of WDBO-TV Orlando.:
I channel 6, of
". V i a civil defense emergency with.In Christmas Time"i i
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This Officers
Saturday New : This will be carried as a public
I 45 minutes from the time an
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,The Community' Christinas The Korona Community- club I alarm sounds.:No student should service by this station, and is Celebrted. at The -" !
an attempt on the part of the
i Tree, sponsored by the_ American . he7ddaeneral'... meeting on December req lre'more than one hour and ,.
K1 > Legion, 'Post .115, will beheld 9''&t... yhJchtinie they,I ten minutes to reach home. State. provide Department of _Educationto for I'!Flagler Beach School,
an opportunity
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l .in.front of the ''i E :Hall.:at. 7 o'clock Saturday eve-: Bunnell student body are as;' adults. to learn to read and'I I Students at the Flagler Beach j
Those elected Al Oeten-: write.A
were; j
nlng.&mta..' |signed to buses which will take Elementary School enjoyed a i iI
i\-.'.. : will arrive aboard th'e ger, president; Martha'Zysk, vice](them to emergency destinations recent survey of Florida revealed full day Tuesday, the last-day :
,I
F president; Sophie Sri egelskl, that of the total state before the Christmas Holidays,
'CliyykeTruck his annual (specified by parents.Town students .
for '
,
\. > secretary; ,John Pawlicki, sgt-- population of adults 25 years according to W. E. Fennell, Jr., ;
will walk
visit to their homesor
pre-Chrl&tm s with t&5'
at arms. < of age or older, 59,770 have.had principal. ..
children._ Re will ,distribute other emergency destinations.It .
The board of directors elected no formal education; 201,663
t t. fruit and candies to the chil is anticipated (that in the future .
the
the
: During morning students
were Steve Cyzycki, CoU J. Dicks, have had four years of schoolor
dren. The ,is invited toattend. when adequate civil defence. I j
public and Lee Bourne. less, making 'a total of 261,433 were entertained by the
.,, shelters are provided that
Bunnell High School DanceBand.
with less than five years of edu
The club will have Pot-Luck
a
:
buses will transport pupils to I cation. In the afternoon the'following
'Partyon' December 29
Style ; ,
these shelters when requested to
was presented: I
program
and"a bUsiness'rrieetln
Y. FIRST METHODIST .t on do so by parents. Statistics for Flagler County "The Night Before Christmas," ,
,
r CHURCH ,NEWS January 7, 1963. Officiate of the school now feel reveal that there are 90 adultsin recited by the second grade;

The Church School will be at I Hostesses.- for the evening. wereMr's that 10 A.M... and the Richard Paleczewski, Mrs. evacuation and is who have had formal '
: morning worship plan system no education Dale Johnson, Angie Littlefleld,
\ '.service at 11 A. M.. j J A,:Zalewiki, and Mrs. A. Jarosz.: now a reality at the school. There are 537 citizens of Beth Lenssen Mike Mygrant and

:; 'The'F.Y.F. will meet'at 6 o.I Flagler County 25 years or older] Peggy Reynolds (all first grade t

clock. All young ,people are invited who have had less than five students). I

to attend.. Following the DRIVER LICENSEEXAMINATION years of formal education.In .
Court House A song, "Loading the _Sleigh
Christmas program, the M.Y.F. addition to the television !
D TESPOSTPOmD sung by the third grade; a piano
will go Christmas Caroling. several members of
programs .
in A and
Offices Close solo "Away Manger"
The annual Birthday Party for ARE the faculty of Bunnell High "Silent Night," played by Frederick -
'" Jesus and ,the Christmas Page- School have volunteered to fur- '
The offices of Flagler County On : Fruits; a poem, "Santa
., Holidays
sat will fce presented at 7:30 ther assist any adult who is attempting "
Judge announced today there Claus is Near, by the fifth
P.M. at the church. Everyoneis to learn to read and'write.
will be,no driver license examinations AU offices of the Flagler grade; a story, "Little Blue II
welcome.. County Court House will be of- Any such adults interested I(I "
held here until January Dishes, told by Kris Martel, a
8, 1963. ficially closed on December 24th I in this service are asked, fifth grader; a poem, "Jest 'Fore
to call the school at ID-7.3262. J r
City Offices The examination ,dates for the and 25th. : JI I Christmas," by Jerry Gordon, a

next two weeks fall on Christ Also the offices will be closed I I sixth grader; and a choral skit

Closed Mondayand mas and New Year holidays and January 1, Clerk of the Circuit by the sixth grade. Mrs. Leonard
'they have been canceled. Court E. A. Smythe said today.A FLAGLER SCHOOLS I I Moody fifth grade teacher, was

TuesdayThe in charge of the Christmas program. -
OPEN JANUARY
recent botanical survey of 2 I I .

City of,Bunnell office will II The main spring at Florida's the University of Fiorlda campus All JFlagler County Schools. After the program the students

be closed all day' Monday and Silver Springs is estimated to be disclosed that the ,"palm and closed Tuesday afternoon for the]enjoyed J a movie entitled, The
Tuesday, December 24 and '25, more, than 100,000 old. Christmas "
I I years pine campus" actually had Vacation. Spirit of Christmas. Individual -::
The Town of Flagler 'Beach.,Mastodon and other pre-hlstoric more than 5,500 trees dotting its They will return from the va-I I I class parties by the room mothers :!

CtyHall; will also .be closed on I I animals used'lt for a watering 1,800 acres and includes 155 different cation for a full schedule day preceded the dismissal of

December=24 and 25. hole. species. \ |Ion January 2, .1963. I i school for the holidays. .j

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1 t.. : PAGE. SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday! Dec. 20, 1962

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,. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. OF THE I nell Development' Company's 1 ginning at the Original North- )SECTION "73550-2601. STATE ROAD Northwesterly from said Mile
t\ SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I| Land aforesaid said parcel being I west corner of said Section 4 S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS Post No. 85 to a point 2185.91 feet
t IN' AND FOR FLAGLER ;COUXTV boundedon' the Southwesterly as a point of reference and Northwestrly from Mile Post No.
_J: 1t".oRIDA.LAW NO.; 8T8 J by the existing right of running thence South 89*02'10" SRD NO. 25. 24 RIGHT OF WAY 84. AND: (B) 600 feet North-
t STATE. ROAD DEPARTMENT way of thf Old Dixie Highway West, along the North line of westerly from a point 1266.98
, OF FLORIDA an Agency>f on the North;.by the new South Section 5, a distance of 695.60 That part of: feet Southeasterly from :Mile
the State of Florida. II 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
i. 8-13 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.
I 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 5 feet of said
i Petitioners.FLOYD said Section 1U at a point 578.17 I South 5531'20 East along "said : Beginning at a :concrete Railroad right-of-way extending
,. v. feet East from the Northwest cor right-of-way boundary a distance monument marking the original 2700 ,feet Northwesterly from a
BOULTON et al. ner thereof said point being the of 2669.34 feet to the pointof Northeast Corner of the said point 766.98 feet Southeasterly 1.
.f. 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 3436'40 East a ence and running thence South point 1933.02 feet Northwesterly
radius of 955.37 feet: thence Westerly distance of 209 feet; thence 89-03'10West, along the North from said Mile Post No 83.
'NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN 'along said curve through a South 55*23'20" East a distanceof line of the said Section 5. a AND:
PROCEEDINGS: central angle of 11"12'57" 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 distance of 209 feet point of part of the 150 feet Railroad
I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF tangent bearing of North 80I I to the said Northeasterly right- tinuing South 89 03'10West, a right-of-way lying East of the
FLORIDA.TO 11.U'Vest run South 948'16" of-way boundary: thence. North distance of 624.40 feet. to. the right-of-way of State Road 8-
West 50' feet to the new South l 5523'20*" West along said right- Northwest corner of the said 205 in Section 31. Township 11
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- right of way line of State Road of-way line a distance of 209' Northeast Quarter of the North- South. Range 30 East.
, CERN 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
i', hAving or claiming any right title. NING of the line herein described; description." thence South 050'00 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 or in the parcels of land tinue South J948'16! West 50 feet feet of the survey line of State Northeast Quarter of the North-
> hereinafter described and the following more or lees to the Northeasterlyright Road S-13 Section 73550 said sur- east Quarter a distance of 380.17 OWNED BY: FLORIDA EAST
I persons together with all of way line 'of the Old Dixie vey line being described as follows -I feet to the Northeasterly bound- COAST RAILWAY COMPANY.
unknown persons claiming by. Highway.The : ary of the 50 foot rightofwayof
through or under known persons land herein described con- Begin on the East line of Sec the Old Dixie Highway; SECTION '73550-2601 STATE ROAD
who are dead or who are not tains .61 acre (26,625 square feet), tlonC.. Township 12 South thence South 4855'50" 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.V.. MEDDERSand feet North from the Southeast a distance of 36.34 feet to
\V. H, CarolsJean III., Joined by his wife. BARBARA A. MED- corner of said Section 4; ,thence the point of curve of a 506'42 TAKE NOTICE that a Declara-
\ his wife. Atkinson for DERS. run North 5530'51" West 6534.20 curve to the left thence South tion of Taking has been filed in ..
the purpose of this suit; Glendai feet to the West line of said 5129'11* East along said curve the above-styled cause by the Pe-
i 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 8-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDECRIPTIONS South from the Northwest cor- North 4104'10ast., a distanceof these proceedings of the taking of
purpose of this suit; Maudrey B. ner of said Section 4: 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 4855'50East., a distance of 105 purposes set forth in the Petitionin
spouse 'of W. H. Atkinson. Jr.. deceased feet), more or less. feet: thence North 41-04'10. this cause viz: As Right of
: 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." No. S-13. Flagler County. Florida and
: William W. Deen. as KU.ar.di Township 12 South. Range 30 that Honorable Howell W. Melton.
of the estate of Moses Reed Atkinson East. North' of the Old Dixie SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD lying Northerly of and within 50 one of the Judges of 'the Circuit
and Boyce Atkinson, minors Highway, according to plat of S-13 FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRU':1'IONS. feet of the survey line :of State Court of the Seventh Judicial Cir-
;' Maudrey B. Atkinson and I 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 SRD NO. 15-Rr: 16-R 17-R vey line being described as fol- day of December. 1962. at 10:00 o'-
ministratrices of the Estate of W. Plat Book 1, page 7, public RIGHT OF WAY iows: clock :1n the A. M thereof, in Cir-
i SECTIONs73550-2601eSTATE 'I records of Flagler County, Florida cuit Court Chambers in Flagler
ROAD I EXCEPT the following described That part of: I Begin on the East line of Section County Courthouse at Bunnell.
813 FLAGLER COUNTY parcel of land:, "Beinga "Being a part of the W% of I 5. Township 12 South Range 30 Florida, consider said Declarationof
NAME AND ADDRESSES part of Block 11, Section 4 NWK of Section 3; part of theN i East at a point 1355.27 feet South Taking, appoint appraisers and
Township 12 South. Range 30 of Section 4: and a part of from the Northeast corner of said make' such order as the Court
MAI/DREY B. ATKINSON : East according to Plat of St. the NE% of Section 5, all in' Section 5; thence run North 5530'- deems proper.. All parties to the
Bunnell I Johns Development Company Township 12 South, Range 30 51" West 1407.01 feet to the beginning suit and all parties interested ;may
Florida' J 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 .. I Book 1 at page 7 of the public secribed as follows: Beginningat Northeasterly and having:a radius and place designated.
.MABEL .. records of Flagler County I the original Northwest cor- of,2864.93 feet: thence Northwesterly
C. BARBER' ;' '"' Florida, and more particularly ner ,of Section 3. Township 12 along said curve through a You and each of yoU 'are hereby
Address Unknown ; "i 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 I 324.17 feet to end of curve; answer to the Petition .heretofore
22. 23 Corner on the West line of Sec 35 minutes 38 seconds West, a- thence North 4901'51 West 498.24 filed in this cause in the entitled
'FLOYD tion 4. as a point of reference long the North line of Section I feet to the North line of said Section Court' on or before the 31st day
BOULTON and running thence North 88 4. a distance of 5312.64 feet to, 5 at a point 1779.74 feet West of December. 1962, to show what
507 Ridgewood Avenue -. 'degrees 36 minutes East along the original Northwest cornerof from the Northeast corner of said right title interest or .
: Port Orange Florida the North line of Blocks 12 and Section 4; thence South 89- I Section 5; of you. have lIeh810U.or
SRD NO. 24. 25; 26 11, a' distance of 1896.52' feet 03'10" West along the North any anT the above described lands

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. BOULTONf* -( :. Northeasterly right. of way 695.60 feet: thence South 41 de-i 'le ..s.O'VNEDDY. should not be taken for the uses
507. Ridgewood Avenue' : l '" . boundary of the Old Dixie Highway ,I I R-refa 04 minutes 10 seconds I and purposes set forth in the Pe-
Port Orange. Florida and said point being the West a distance of 688.3 feet, : STATE OF FLORIDA tition filed herein. '
SRD NO. 24. 25; 26 '. point of beginning of this description to the Northeasterly boundary ,WITNESS my hand and this seal
CITIZENS : thence continuing j I of the 50;' foot right-of-way of i SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE recorded of said Court on this 26th day of
BANK OF BUNNELL '
North '88 degrees 36 minutes[ the Old Dixie Highway; thnc in M. B. 36, at Page 396. in November. A. D. 1962. .
1 .Bunnell ', ,Fast a distance of 352.0 feet:,r South 55 degrees 31 minutes 20 i favor of FLOYD BOULTON and his E. A. SMYTHE .,
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Florida.SRD thence South 17 'degrees 52 min seconds East, along said rightofway wife. CORRINE BOULTON. Clerk of the Circuit Court
NO.' 12. f3FLORIDA utes 46 seconds West, a distanceof I I boundary a distance of Flagler County Courthouse
I 209.99 feet to the said Northeasterly I I 2669.34. feet;,thence North 34 degrees SECTION 73550-2601 STATE ROAD Bunnell Florida. .:
: 'EAST COASTj.RAlLWAY. ' right of ,.way boundary 36, minutes 40 seconds S-13 FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS' BY: Julia R. HarveyDeputy /

\ ,COMPANY c/a A. .C... Hess : ':1. .:.. of thence' the North> Old 56 Dixie degrees Highway 25 min-; I I East thence a South distance 65 degrees of 209 23. minutes feet I SRD NO. 26 RIGHT OF WAY (SEAL Clerk) .1-t 1

I .St. Augustine Florida: ;. utes West along the said rightof 20 seconds East a distance I II H. T. COOK .f
SRD NO. 32 way boundary a distance of I I of 209 feet; thence South 34 degrees -] That .part of: County Attorney .>> ..
, : 345.0 feet to the point of be 36 minutes 40 seconds "Being a part of the Northeast Bunnell. Florida
> ; ;J. W. MEDDERS. 'o\ J'l> '::'. ginning." West a distance of 209 feet to I Quarter of the Northeast Quar- and
-1 Espanola Road lying Northerly of and within 50 I the said Northeasterly rightofway : ter of Section 6. -Township 12 JAMES J. RICHARDSON
:, \ ,Bunnell.SRD .NO.Florida 8 I feet of ,the survey line of State boundary: thence North 88 I South. Range 30 East and more Holland Building
t.i Road 8-13, Section ;73550.i said sur-. degrees 41. minutes 40 seconds 1 particularly described as follows Tallahassee. 'Florida
BARBARA A. MEDDERS vey line being described as follows East, distance of 4517.24 feet;I : Beginning at the North Attorneys for the Petitioners.
* Road *,, : --4 5 to the Westerly boundary or,; the west Corner pf the said North-
.ra *Espanola., Florida j/e4% rBunnell .'\ Begin' 'on; lhe"EaBtflInev"of Section 150 foot right-of-way of the :east; Quarter...of the Northeast 'iN .THE CIRCUIT COTRTOK THK
SRD NO. 8 ":l* :4. Township 12 South. Florida East Coast Railway; : Quarter of: Section 5 "as a pointof VENTII JlTDlCXAIj CIRCUIT
Range 30 East at a:'point" 193.48 ;
GILBERT A. TUCKER:,": ";&/ : feet North from -the Southeast .lutes 45 seconds West,, along said South 050'00" East along the TY. FLORIDA. LAW NO. I
Route 1 ., :-- corner of said Section 4: thencerun Westerly right-of-way boundary West boundary otthe said STATE 'ROAD DEPARTMENTOF
Cocoa. Florida : North 5530'51Weet 6634,20 a distance of 2123.72 feet '. Northeast Quarter of the North 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.
...' 22. 23 -"' Section 4 at a point 1355.27 feet thence South 89 degrees 02 min .17 feet to an intersection with and \
t South from the Northwest cor- utes 47 seconds West along the the Northeasterly boundary of FLAGLER COUNTY, a Political -
MARVlrf< R. TUCKER.Florida ner of said 'Section 4: North line of the said Section the 50 foot right-of-way of the Subdivision of the State of ,
I Bunnell. I I Containing .35 acre (15.400 square .3. a distance of 89.89 feet to Old Dixie Highway: thence Florida r
j I feet), more or less. the point of beginning: South 4855'50 East, along the Petitioners.. .,

SRD ,NO. 15-R.! 16-I; 17-H;, 21, 22, I said right-of-way boundary, a v. -
%3' ' ? i 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 sur- curve to the- left; thence ''South J
Bunnell SECTION 73550T-2601.. STATE ROAD vey 'line being described as follows 51*29'11. East along said right- DECLARATION OF TAKING
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Florida"- S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDECRIPTIONS. : of-way boundary a 'distance of '
SRD NO, 15-R. 16-R. 17-R: 21. 68.73 feet to the point. of beginning Petitioners having heretofore Instituted -
I 2.23 t SRD NO; 12. 13 RIGHTOF 'VAY'That Begin on the East line of Section of this description; eminent domain proceedings (
4 I, Township 12 South. Range 30 thence North 4104'10 East a in this cause for the purpose -
*. AGNES WESTEspanola 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 distanceof er property necessary for the purpose -
Bunnell ,Florida tion 4,. Township 12 South Range Section 4: thence run North 55*30'- 105 feet; thence South 4104'- of securing rights of way for .,
SLID 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 ,
St. Johns Development Company line of said Section 4: (East line feet to the Northeasterly bound- reference to the Petition filed tn '
.WALDO \V. WEST Subdivision recorded in Plat of Section 5 of said Township and ary of the 50 foot right-of-way said proceedings hereby declare
Espanola Road Book 1 at page 7 of the public Range), at a point 1356.27 feet of 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 boundary condemnation in said proceedings I
as follows:' Beginningat ner of said Section 5); thence con- a distance of 45.25 feet be taken for immediate public use
I .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 C, as a point of reference concave to. the Northeasterly and Northwesterly along said curve with the construction and main-
.SRD X10. J2, 13 and running thence North 88 degrees having a radius of 2864.93 feet: I a distance rot '60.22 feet to the tenance of a public state road. ,
J 36 minutes 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 Roads 11. a distance of 1896.52 feet. a .distance of 324.17 feet to end of lying Northerly of and within 50 74. Florida Statutes the Pe-
Bunnell. Florida ( .to an intersection with the curve: thence North 49.0151 West feet of the survey line of State titioners hereby declare the immediate
SRD NO. U 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 Highway said Section 5 at 'a point 1779.74 vey line being described as follows scribed in the Petition is .neces- fl'fl'ter
SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD and said point being the feet West from the Northeast cor- : sar)". and Petitioners file herewithan
FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS point of beginning of this description ner of said Section 5: estimate of value of the prop-
. S-1S.. ; thence continuing Containing 1.47 acres (64.100 square Begin on the East' line of Section erty sought to be taken which estimate }!

..SRD 'NO.8 'RIGHT OF WAY North 88 degrees 36 minutes feet$ more ,or ess. 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.
1. thence South 17 degrees 6Z minutes OWNED BY: MARVIN R. TUCKER 1355.27 feet South from- the I Respectfully submitted.
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That part orr West distanceof and his wife. MAUREEN B. TUCK-1 Northeast corner of said Section
Tract 3 West of ,the right of 45 seconds a H. T. COOK ,
of the Florida East Coast I 209.99 feet to the said North- SUBJECT 5: thence run North 6S.30'51' County Attorney .
way main line and East of easterly right of way boundaryof TO MORTGAGE recordedin West 1407.01 feet to the begin- Bunnell Florida
Railway of the Old the Old Dixie Highway; M.B. 33. at Page 333 in favorof ning of a curve concave to the ..
,the right-of-way EXCEPT the I thence North 56 degrees 25 minutes MABEL C BARBER and MORT- Northeastrly and having a radius JAMES J. RICHARDSON
Dixie Highway.feet thereof: also West along the said rightof GAGE recorded in M. B. 35, at Page of 2864.93 feet; thence Holland Building
200
Southerly Northeast of the rlght- way boundary, a distance of 8. in favor of GILBERT A. TUCK- Northeasterly and having a ra- Tallahassee. Florida
-Tract of-way of the Old Dixie Highway 345.0 feet to the point of be- ER. through a central angle of 6*29'. Attorneys for Petitioners.IN .
ginning. a distance of 324.17 feet to end
; all in Block B. Section 10.30 lying Northerly of and within 50 SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD of curve: thence North 49*01'51"" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
South 'Range
,Township according 12 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
East. Company's Road S-13. Section 73550. said sur- line of said Section 5 at a point IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN'
nell Development Book 1 line being described as fol- SRD NO. 21. 22. 23 1779.74 feet West from the TY. FLORIDA LAW NO.
Plat vey
,
Land recorded in lows DRAINAGE EASEMENT Northeast corner of said Sec- STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF
1. public records of Flagter Begin: on the East line" of Sec- LATERAL DITCH RIGHT (NORTH) tion: FLORIDA an Agency of

South Count of Florida and within: 50 feet tion 4. Township 13 South. Range STATION 157--9 I the State of Florida
lying 193.4 feet Containing 2625 square feet, more and
line of State Road 30 East at a point
I ,jof the survey .North from the' Southeast cornet That part of: or les.rO'VNED FLAGLER COUNTY A Political
.. S-13; Section 73550.; said survey"line of said Section 4; thence I The SEA of NE14 of 'NEB, Subdivision of the State of
being described "as follows: North of the Old Dixie High BY: FLOYD BOULTONand Florida.
553051 West 6334.20
North
Begin -on the North line of Section run feet to the West line of said 1 I way in Section 5, Township 12 his wife. CORINNE I. BOUL- Petitioners
Township 12 South.
10. Section '4 at a point 1355.27 feet South. Range 30 East TON v.
Range 30 East: at a point from the Northwest cor- lying within 15 feet on each side FLOYD BOULTONr ,et at..J
South
1371.54 feet East from the I of said Section-4. of a ditch survey line described as SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD 'Defen'dants
S. of ner
Northwest corner idSouth Containing 2530 square feet, more follows: S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS PETITIONERS' ESTIMATE
'. tion 10; thence run Commence on the East line of OF VALUE;
3835.19West along the North I' or .leB& BY LAWRENCE W. said Section 5 at a point 1355.27 SRD NO. 32 EASEMENTA Petitioners hereby estimate that
line of said Section 10 a distance WEST OWNED and wife MARIE M. WEST. feet South from the Northeast strip of land of varying widths the value of the property sought
of 793.37 feet to the be- said Section 5 and lying within the right-of-way of
SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE recorded corner of to be taken is as follows:
ginning of a curve concave to In M.D. 36. at Page 230. in run North 55.3051 West 379.38 the Florida aat Railway SRD NO. 8 ..._.___.-.4 400.01
the Northeasterly and having a favor of CITIZENS BANK OF feet thence North 342909- East Company in Sectional 3, 4 and 5, SRD NO. 11 .... ..... ... 50. t
radius _of 955.37 feet: thence "NELL. 50 feet to the new Northerly Township 12 South. Range 30 East SRD NO. 12. 13 25.00
Westerly and Northwesterly along B right of way line of State Road and in Sections 31 and 32. Town- SRD NO. 14 _,_ 25.01

S. '.*'" said curve through cen-distance SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD S-13 for POINT OF BEGINNINGof ship 11 South. Range 30 East said SRD NO. 15-R. 16-R. 17-R 520.0
'tral 'angle of SS53'50'. end a of- S-13. FLAGLER -COUNTY ditch survey line: thence con- strip being described as follows: SRD NO. 21. 22. .23 25.00
.. of 598.29, feet to DESCRIPTIONSSRD tinue North 34.29'09. East 80 ,The Northerly 15 feet of said SRD NO. 25. 24 ...__ 0
5530'51
curve: thence North West line NO. 14 RIGHT OF WAY feet to end of ditch survey line; Railroad right-of-way extending SRD NO. 26 I 2500
: West 20.46 feet to the Containing 2400. square. feet more 1000 feet Northwesterly from a SRD NO. 32 -$%.450."
of Section 3 of said Township point "728.01 feet Southeasterly
That 'part of: or less.OWNED. Respectfully submitted "
and Range at a point 193.48 feet. Being- a part of Tract 3 of BY: MARVIN' R. TUCKER from Mile Post No. 85 of said H. T. COOK '
North from the Southwest .corner Block Township and his wife MAUREEN B. TUCK- Railroad to a point 271.99 feet County Attorney
and the
of said Section 3 12 th.fflangen30 East. ac* ER. Northwesterly ,from said MilePost Bunnell.Florida
; end of this survey line description cording to Plat of St. Johns De- SUBJECT TO MORTAUGE recordedin No. 85. and '
,; velopment Company recorded in M.B. '33. at Page 333 in favor AND*. JAMES J. RICHARDSON"" .
.. 'G..ALSO: of land In Plat Book 1 at Page 7 of the of MABEL C. BARBER: and MORTGAGE The Northerly 10 feet of said Holland Building ,' -R.
''tA', .triangular. parcel I, Public Records of Flagler County recorded in M. B. 35. at Page Railroad rlcht-of-way extend- Tallahassee Florida
.- Tract, 4. Block B Section 10.30 Florida and more particularly 8. in favor of GILBERT A. TUCK- ing: (A) 7200 feet Northwesterly Of counsel for the Petitioners.
: ', .Township 12 South.to Range of Bun- described. as follows; Be ER. from a point %71." feet Nov. 29 & Dec. G-tJ-Zo--ttc
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O. D. ROBERTSONSWILL /



r ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATE50TH .5fager &ack _,

i. The children of Mr. and Mrs.
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I iO. D. Robertson of Bimini will
L i 'I[ GOLDEN WEDDING church school will go caroling
i 1 i hold Open House on Thursday
iI I iI ANNIVERSARY CELEBATIONMr. from 6 to 7 P.M., and refreshments
:t ___ ., I I afternoon, December 27, from 3
and Mrs; Clarence Shultz will be served to -them
5 in comemoration of
son-Newman College and is: to o'clock
:l'.r presently'employed as New Orleans : the Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary will observe !their 50th wedding ,I afterward. Also !that night, at I
Communications Maintainer of Mr. and "Mrs. Robertson. I anniversary with an open house 11 o'clock, will be the candle-
December 29. The lighting service. Come and invite
on Saturday,
with the Southern Railway Mr. and Mrs. Robertson were
open house will be given at the your friends:
.r System.The : married December 26, 1912, at
,; the home of her parents near Woman's Club by Mr. and Mrs. To carry: out the scene of a II
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wedding is planned for Ashland, Alabama. They are Herman Shultz from Evansville,I I "White Christmas" the children f
Sunday, February 17th, at .three the parents of five children, Rex I Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles I I are all bringing" items .wrapped- :

o'clock at the First Baptist Eugene Robertson, deceased, Shultz from Danville, 111. (Her I in white paper such; as, can
Church of Bunnell. No invita Grace R. Smedley, Jones, Ala- man and Charles are sons of 1 I goods: or any useful item to be i ir
I tions are being sent and ,all bama Evelyn R. Smedley, Lau- the couple). Friends of coupleare r given to the new Methodist .orphanage -
friends and relatives are cordially :- I rel, Md.; Boyd Cordell Robertsonand invited to call any time be- !i: in Daytona Beach. !

invited. A reception" will ,Lloyd Oscar -Robertson, bothof tween. 2:30 and 5 P., M. : : j[Everyone attending the.t@I 11- 'r rI
follow in the'Church parlors., drens' are askedto
1 . Bunnell. : I I I program I
.l -1. Friends are invited to call.. I Saturday evening, December22nd share the White Christmas-scene:

LIKINSWILSONWEDDING, .",::.!:;: the E. Lester Stantons are Also bring: item wrapped inplain i
scheduled to give a program of I .white paper ,to put in,the t
SET ,FOR' ANNUAL HAW CREEKCOkMTNITY colored slides of "Great Art of i tree for, the orphanagei; ,
CHRISTMAS . -i . -. . ;..ti\. ... .
-ay the Nativity" for all the I
DECEMBER 22 ., .guests ,
I PARTY, TONIGHT 1 ,"'ft.f. :: t
in the chapel of the Ormond BROWNIES. 'EN. p- .
y Mr.. and Mrs. Roy E. Likins of The Haw Creek Community Beach Hotel.METHODIST. , A CHRISTMAS' [ '*.'['','' /-',r"& .':" ;
Marineland announce, the engagement Christmas Tree is scheduled for ; COOKIE BAKE :: ," ': J' '
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and approaching mar. tonight at the Community- CHURCH,NEWS
The Flgier'; Beach' Ifrci\J.11e ,
LEWIS PARK'ENGAGEMENT i riage of ,their daughter, Jeanne, ter there. I
Sunday, December 23, CHurch. Scouts enjoyed! a .Christmas .
1 to Howard \Wilson. Marine. A Christmas ...be "
will
Program
: school at 9:45 and morning worship Cookie Bake at' the home ;of the ,
l < land.'' presented during which time I at 11 A.,M. Special Christ. leader, Laura Reoldswlast
.is ANNOUNCED The wedding will be at 2 o' Santa will visit
T" :: pay a There I mas music by the choir under Wednesday afternoon. ;
j Mr. and-Ml': $. Wm. C: Lewin of' clock Saturday" afternoon De..' will be a> gift exchange also. I direction of. .Miss .; Emily Cage Mrs. Reynolds.was assisted>,[by i
cember
twenty-second, 1962, at
Bunnell announce the engagement Johnson with Mrs. .Ray Lehr organist the assistant lead. e-:r,..,Mona. ;
of"their-daughter, Judith the Memorial Chapel, JAMES LLOYD BASS I At 7:30 P.Mt the ,church school, .Homsby, ".. .....r'.., ,.' !
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Clyde to Claude Adair Park lit, Mr. and,.Mrs. Ross Bass are will present, Christmas program .
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FollowIiig.the a reception ; >
son of Mr. _and:.Mrs. Claude tart ; ceremony the parents of a son born December with .the entire school. par- Fernando DeSoto was. perhapsthe t
Jr. of 'Chattanooga, Tennessee. will be given at the recreation 12th at the Halifax Hos ticipating., first "white man'' to :view tFlorida's

room: by the' chapel. pital. He weighed eight poundsand I Monday, December 24, the Silver Springs in 1539.FOR t
Miss Lewis, a graduate of No' invitations are being mail has been given the name I I
'i Bunnell. High School, Class of ed but all friends and relativesare of James Lloyd. f
I, 9 1960, now resides In New Orleans invited to the wedding: and 1 !

Louisiana, where she ,is a eception.: :. RICHARD RAY EDWARDSMr. .' '.. \;
Senior at Charity Hospital r ,.' 1.- .
and Mrs. Roger Edwards t
School of Nursing. Mr. Park; is a Mrs." W. D. Jones has returned announce the arrival 'of a son "
graduate of Tyner High School, o her home here after a visit'n born December i2th at the Halifax FAST SURECONTROL t i
Chattanooga, Class of 1956, he ,West Palm Beach with hei Hospital. He weighed five i s

had two years of study at Car' a!. ":-. Wlckle. pounds (thirteen ounces and hasbeen OF t

"I -_- _. given the name of Richard

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I ?{ YQUr heat\( .,. Mrs. Susie Riddell haJTreturn- 5 CABBAGE APHIDS

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too
I ed her home here after receiving'

j.+ YOUR FUEL Hospital treatment and spending the 'Halifax a AND LOOPERS.1i::

few days at the home her.
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I. daughter, Mrs. C. O. Magee, in I. SAY "DIBROM"Cabbage : .. .: :: tl
Flagler Beach. a -
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Mr. and Mrs. Victor Buckles] aphids and loopers hit with DIBROM .

and'three sons leave Sunday to are killed-just minutes after spraying! Andoil ;'
spend the holidays with relatives I
yTM E : .RGt f 'L.. d< ;< V akt in Ft. Mill, S. C. you get this fast, sure control all, season, eve ';, il

close ,to harvest.'f' ;11 r

Dr. and Mrs. Allen Reynoldsand One reason DIBROM is so effective is its fast I,.
children are leaving duringthe
:R'a0 kill. It kills on contact. Gives a thorough clean-
weekend to spend the holi f

l 1 :3 r days with her mother, Mrs. Nellie _up of aphids, loopers and more than 130 other '

Lambert, of New Ibera, La.I insects-including most resistant ones. And I
The family will enjoy a reunion
in all stages of growth except eggs and pupae: 11
the
_., during holidays, the first in
a eight years. Another reason: The short residual life of '

; DIBROM. You can use it up to four days of 'I
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Arriving during the weekendto
I Ifl spend the holidays with Mr. harvest on most crops (it's registered for use

and Mrs. 0. D. Robertson, will on 35). !

be Mr. ,and Mrs. Hubert Smedleyand And there'fe' an extra bonus: Workers can I;
children of Jones, Ala., and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smedleyand enter the fie14'immedi tely after spraying with II

family of Laurel, Maryland DIBROM, because of its short residual life. ,!

I'I' I 1 I So if you're' looking. for cabbage aphid and
Dan Knight of DeLand, brother
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I'I I of Walter Knight of Haw looper control you can rely on throughout the

\ t Creek, is a patient in the Air- season-ask for DIBROM. .
[ force Base Hospital in Orlando .
receiving medical treatment. He r
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\ suffered 'a stroke about ten days
ago. Helping the World Grow Better i

I III' I a down .
Cadet Arthur Carle of Pensa- -
cola is spending the holidayshere ..'' ORTHODIBROM' II
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I 'down with his parents, Mr. and .: j -,

Mrs. Ray Carle. I iS. Ii

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Donald Bullock, stationed vat i!
Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling i
until some of it finally ,steps down to the ,living '- 'I I Camp. LeJune N. c., arrived r. ::' "'..
level. If you own an ordinary heater you know home this week for a Christ. : :!t : .

how,costly and uncomfortable that system is! Siegler '. I I I mas leave. He is with ,the U. S. .
does just the opposite. . floor gets heated :Marine Corps and will visit with CALiFORNIA'CHEMICAL COMPANY ORTHO Division'P. '
your
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Box
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--> 'first. Heat.is not wasted on the ceiling and out the his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Pete 7067 Orlando Florida .
',' --. Don't bullock. t. fu.t$....._C.I.t OflMC Cs.otr .
chimney. close
off rooms this winter and pay . .___
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'," : high fuel bills to boot...order your new Siegler now ..................................2............. A YN..IM.C.OC.g Mf t

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; ,:;':.. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA ,
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Games Saturday, December 22. Jones 0 '0 0 IX THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND ,

d'J J Panthers vs. Wildcats; Bulldogs I: FOR IDA. FLAGLER CASK NO.COUNTY 876 FLOR-

9:30 Tigers: ; Bobcats 10 P.M.- 4 5 13A | IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE
FOLJXDWING. DESCRIBED PROPERTY -
Lions.
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1. 1949 2 door Chevrolet Sedan
J LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS Serial No. 8GKG 27444.
I 2. 1948 4 door.
..BULLDOGS FLOOR SHOOTING Dear Santa Claus: Please No. 31045135. Dodge Sedan Serial ,
WIN 77.38 I 3. 1953 4 door DeSoto
HOT Sedan
NOTES bring me itwo big tackles weight Veh. No. 55015614.

. II I .Bunnell Bulldogs bounced back 195, and run the 100 in 10 sec. Notice NOTICE is hereby: OF given SALE that in

:: .' .. from the Friday night defeat. onds. Thank you. B. M. f.accordance with the provisions of
: < By.. Lesne Pmha Section 562.405. Florida Statutes
_.. c. \ --I I- ---- Got real hot and poured it on Dear Santa: Please leave me 1961 the above-described property

BULLDOGS" DROP FIRST ,GAME I B.. Tucker: 0 1 i to D & B, winning easily 7738. two boys, height 6 feet four or to will the be highest offered bidder for sale on for the cash 14th

TO RAMBLERS 43.35 S,< Hargett '3" 3 9 Jim Brown was top man with I 6 feet three in school gym. q'clock day of January Noon. A. D, 1963. at 12:00
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Bunnell Bulldogs dropped B. Cummins 0 1 1 17 points followed by Mooay 16.: Your So Good C. M.. The amount of the highest bid

their first game of the' seson to M. Steflik 0 1 1 Polk had 13 and Morris 13. ForD I Saint Nick: Could you bringme sale must and be delivery paid Immediately of articles after,
ac-
the Callahan_ Ramblers Friday J. Dunson 0 00 & B, DeMotte had 16 points. one good Softball pitcher cepted Prospective Immediately thereafter.

night 43-35* The Bulldogs gave L. Wyndham 0 1 1 This was the Bulldogs third and a shortstop. Santa, I have the vehicles *at bidders the Flagler may County Inspect 3

.the Ramblers a good game until C. 'Hinson O' 0 0 win in four games. been a good manager all year. Jail during, on business East Moody hours. Boulevard,

the final three minutes of playwhen C. 'Pache 0 1 1 Bulldogs NFg F Tp c.s. bid Receipt will be for'given amount of highest ,

they lost Kuleski and Polk 3 8 14'I Christmas greeting to you all. sale. Bill of sale immediately will be executt'd'after .,

.: .Moody' on personal fouls. 31 13 75 Hosford ::4 0 81 from Little Moe, Pete Pike and I and two delivered(2) days after to purchaser sale. within

2f;Quentin Emery played with D a B Ltlliaies '. Fg F pt Kuleski :TU... ;.'14, 6' Leslie Pache.FUPFETTERS. I A.Dated D. 196 this%. 12th day of December. ..
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,
I : Jif Jbad: :cold:: :I and. ,some blisters O. Duggan- .: 3 ,0 6 Moody *>/ '# 8 0 16 WIN (.Seal) E. A. SMYTHE.
J, Crews 0 0 0 :Morris ''5 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
3 13
.' on .his;foot.: The Ramblers pies- ( EIGHTEEN STRAIGHT Dec. 20-27-2tc
sure ,system broke the' Bulldog B. Register 1 0 2 Brown C 7 3 17
IN
Bunnell Puppetters THE CIRCUIT
showing
COURT
OF
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def nSe..a d the Ramblers went N. ChuItes 0 0 0 H. Emery %" 0 1 1 championship form defeated the FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA

out _front and, won the game. G. Spell 'o' 0 0 R. Tucker, _' 1 0 2 Baldwin Lassies 3029., This was Catherine CHANCERY McGovern NO.Yasinska.4355
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QuentinEinery was high man G. Stanley 0 0 0 .1!:... the Plaintiff
I Puppetters final of the
game,
for the Bulldogs 'with 9 points. M. 'Myers' f 1 0 2 *< ;29.19, 77 vs.Henry
c ..:;, 62 season and will be looking Yasinska.
'C W. Dale' 1 0 2 D & B , Defendant.
F
Fg'
Milligan
,: George and Ralph Tp '
for their 19th win playing the NOTICE TO DEFEND ,
I Hicks with 13 and R. Brayn 0 0 0 Terry 0 0 0 I THE STATE
"I- __ 12 points reeottvely :" Baldwin Lassies 5th OF FLORIDA. TO:
on January
': F. Manlt .9..9 0 '! 0 3 3 HENRY YASINSKA
were high for the I I Toney at home. 441 Middle Road
,f visitors.. The Bulldogs trailed'$. Chaney L 0''" 00 Buck 1 0 2 You Hazlet New Jersey

II throughout' ,the, ;'game by two I Ipoints" A. SmIth .O.0 0 DeMotte 8 0 16 suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a
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I \ :; until the final three! .....' Mals 41.. 1 ,3 This was the"closest game for are the hereby above entitled required cause to file your and you an-
:
I 6.. ,0 .', 3' the Lassies : swer with the Clerk
minutes.of play. I 1.21 Kahley 0 6 Puppeters. The Baldwin of this Court.
1 and to serve a copy thereof '
,
I ,. \ Rerifroe '. "- 3 2 8 led the Puppetters by a.17- the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney upon :

BUPPET3'Es MAKE IT I BUNNELL BEC DEFT. ._. ., 10 score in the first half. The whose RAY name SELDEN and address is:

SKVKHTJSEJi. IN ,A ROW BASKETBALL I t 16 6 38 girls outscored the Lassies in Selden Building .
.. Daytona
HjUmTl Puppettes won their The! Wildcats led' by,Gay' Gordon , :the second half. not later, than Beach.January Florida U, A. ,D.

17th straight' game easily 75.12 with 6 points, Jimmy Mc- BABY BULLDOGS MAKE- Iri the last 30, seconds Baldwin 1963.If you fail to do so. decree pro

The 'hUP iettes' broke' the game Nab and Rick Anderson with 4: IT THREE' STRAIGHT .. was leading 28.27. M. Stef- confesso will be entered against
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wide 'open;:.in ,the third; ,quarter, each won 16.9 over the. Lionsto Jack Hardin's Baby Bulldogs, lik tied the score on a foul shot.' you bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of

adoring '33 'points and, holding take over first place. playing sharp basketball, made i With, five seconds left Barbara said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.an seal of

.I the :Lassies scoreless-:with their ,Pat Barrow and Tom Me- it three straight for the season Weaver pulled a ,beautiful, ,hook said Court this 10th day of De-

\, Big Three scoring at will. All Daniel with 10 points each against D & B's J. V., winning shot, under the basket to give cember(Official A.D.Seal 196 E.%. A. SMYTHS

, t }e girls got into the fray to scored a '25-15 victory over the. 4135. them their 18th straight win. Clerk.By .Julia of said R. Harvey Circuit Court

; gain experience.SharonandfBarbara. Bobcats. This gives the Panthers The Bulldogs, playing' a freezing Good Work Champs, and a. Mer- Deputy Clerk

.ti : scored 18 their. second win. last quarter led by Butch ry Christmas to you all., Dec. 13-20-27 & Jan. 3-
.'. r. points{each'and{ ida'10. Mar.' For .the. Bobcats Darrell., Brithad' t Anderson's 10 points. ,Johnny ENTH IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT. ,SEV.IDT

to. gte Lee Blakely and Sherry Hargettt 6 points and Ray Gordon Seale had 8 and Walton Cowart THE OUTBOARDER AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY

;, ,., ..... scored 10. each. K. Stefllk, had'4. 'Henry' Bowers,and Benny 8 points. For D & B's J.V. Van FLORIDA NO. 4348Anthony IN EQUITY. EQUITY

t;" .-" and B. Cummins playing' good Geller led the Tigers to their Dorter1 led both 'teams in scoring Autnorized. ',Evlnrude Dealer Phillip Svoboda j

,I' .: : defensive game recovered' a do: first win over the BulldogS ,11-6, with 18 points. McEver had 9. BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIR* Anna Plalntitt. .

J L.: en passes to; give us control of Bill Harris) had 6 points' for the Bulldogs. ','. 'r... f* G F Tp Dockage* -WE Storage Free Ramp Mae Svoboda.Defendant.

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1 :{ I ace' sportsmanship. : game.; a BeG Basketball S..9 Miller' O'O 0 Ballougb_ R&-Dayton* "hi'TH f NAME OF THE-STATE.f

I'1 ... -1 t ______ W L' Per Knight 3 0 '6Seale Of'TO:iFLOUIDA ANNA MAE SVOBODA.' > De i

,.._... ( ,' rrlttM" ,Fg F PIp Wildcats 'il ( '2 .0 1000 :..J'3.. 2 ::8; fendant You

.'; .. A; Tucker 4 2',,10Sw Panthers 2 O. 1000 E. Tucker 2 1 5 Communty'Memorial suit has are been hereby brought notified against that you a tl i

r'."( ;. Townsend; ,9 "0,; 18 Bulldogs .J,;; ... 1.: 1 500 Grace. ..... _, 2 :"0 4 Church County in the Circuit Florida, Court in Equity of Flagler, by J'
,. B. Weaver 8 2 18 Tigers i1 500 Baggett 0 0': 10' ANTHONY PHILLIP SVOBODA.
) Plaintiff and you are hereby re
> M. Blakely 4 1 9 Bobcats 0 2 000 Cowart / ,;... .,:." 3 ,2 .8 titer-aeaeataatlsnah quired to file persona.1lk: or by attorney -

.. H: Eisenbach 3 0 6 Lions 0 2 000 i- -- AIB CONDITIONED I Court. your with written defenses of said I,
, : if
I . .. : , : '17 ,7 41 Daytona Ave. any to the Bill in Equity in said

','. ., D & 'B, f .4 .H;. .. G F Tp FLAGLER BEACH of suit January on or, A.before D. 1963.the and 12th also day to ,
r. Van Dolteren7 serve a copy of your written de-
4
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....,, --- FOR 'J, Sunday School 10:00 A.M. fenses upon Messrs. Osslnsky & !
Ostrout 0 4 4 Church nooA. Krol Attorneys for Plaintiff at
Service .M. their offices at 411 Main
t' Street
PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF Goodwin
1 1 3 Daytona. Beach Florida on or before -
Knowles 0 0. 0 R.' W. DICKERT Factor the 12th day of January. A..D. "
;/, CANCER ' EVERYONE WELCOMB I 1963. as required by the Florida
Jeffords 0 1 1 Rules of Civil Procedure and Flor-
1 - ---... - .. ida Statutes
- - - and herein fail not t
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AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES McEver 3 3 9 or Decree Pro Confesso and Final
.. Brennan. 0 0 0 Decree will be entered against you I
H. T. COOK AGENCY by default. I
TV SERVICEALL That the name of the Court in
,. Phone ID 7-3361 Binned Florida 11 13 35 is which said suit has been instituted
the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial -
MAKES Circuit of Florida, in and for
Flagler County in Equity and
'. _: BABY BULLDOGS TAKE Agent For that the title of said cause is as
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,",' CALLAHAN WITH EASE hereinabove set forth.
You are further
notified that the
r BunnelTs Baby Bulldogs, starting RCA & PHILGO divorce nature of and said other suit relief is a suit as for set

off slow, took a slight lead .forth In Plaintiffs Bill in Equity.
TUBES &
ANTENNAS SOLD WITNESS my hand an seal of
of 4 in the first '
points '
quarter, AND 'INSTALLED office at Bunnell Florida this 10th
increased it to 10 in the first day of December. A. D. 196%.
(Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
half to a lead of 17: to 7. TUBES TESTED FBEE As Clerk of the Circuit Court

r The boys using a tight zone By of Flagler Julia R.County.Harvey Florida.

held the Rambler Jr. to 6 pointsin OSSINSKY Deputy Clerk.
TV BobFLAGLER & KROL
(the second half while the Solicitors for Plaintiff
411 Main Street
s-. f .
'.. Bulldogs scored 35 points'and Daytona Beach. Florida
\.' 'l finished the night with a 52.13 BEACH Dec. 13-20-27 & Jan 3-Itc

C to win. PHONE HE 9-2204 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEV-

,: : Tucker and J. Seale had 11 ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
; LINDSAY FRAZIER AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
points, followed by W. Cowart NOTICE FOR OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FLORIDA.NO. 4552 IN CHANCERY. CASE

with 9 and B. Anderson with 8. Notice is hereby given that Tom IN RE:
Bruner Flagler Beach Florida, the THE MATTER OF APPLICATION
j : For the Ramblers, Crews and owner of the following Tax Certificates FOR NAME CHANGE OREN
5000 Smith had 5 each. has filed said certificatesfor LAMAR STRICKLAND
a tax deed to be issued thereon. TO
Bulldogs G F Tp Certificate No. 32. year of Issuance OREN LAMAR KNIGHT
.::: S & H GREEN: STAMPS Anderson 3 2 8 1960. MxBfRICKLAND
i r, Certificate No. 52. year of issuance TO: OREN J
Miller 0 3 3 1981.Certificate. c/o Mrs. M. D. Strickland
ls .
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No. 10. year of issuance Sharp StreetBalnbridge.
r'! Knight 2 2 6 1962.Description. Georgia
t:.. :. : With Purchae of Any Lindsay : of the property covering YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Seale 4 3 11
above three (J) certificates: that a Petition for Change of Name
:::'S E.: Tucker 5 1 11 Lots 1-%. Block 34. Fuquay Sub of the white, male, minor. OREN I
t4
division said property being in the LAMAR STRICKLAND was filed
T FIBERGLASS WATER CONDITIONER Grace 2 0 4 County of Flagler. State of Florida. In the above cause on the 4th day
Name in which above, property is of December. 1962 by MARGARET ,
:Baggett .0 0 0 assessed: Amelia Chueca, whose V. KNIGHT, and you are hereby ,
: PURCHASED BEFORE ,CHRISTMAS 1962 :Cowart 419 last known adress Is: Apt. 40, 251 I commanded to 'be and appear in
x W. 2nd St.. New York 25. N. Y. the above-named Court on or before -
Unless the above-described cer the lid day of January. A. D. 1
-" '! 2112 52Callahm tificates are redeemed according to 1983. to show cause if any there
/, law the
property described therein be. why the Petition for Change
: ,,'.: .. ,. CALL LOCAL DEALER G F Tp and as described above will be of Name should not be granted. i
I sold to the highest bider at the DATED this 4th day of Decem- '
" Crews . -. 215 Courthouse door. Bunnell. Florida
; : ber. A. D. 1962.
t : R. M. ANDERSON Higginbotham 000 on the first Monday in the month (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
,. . : *. of January 1983. which is the 7th Clerk of the Circuit Court t
.. Smith \ :': 21 5 day of January 1962. December '-13-20-27-4tcSabcoibe
: ? DATED this 10th day of Decem r
{ --.; I Phone HE 9-2048 Murray .000 ber. 1962.

1'.'. :,- > . '. Vangrant 7 :0 ..* 1 .1 (Seal) Clerk E.of A.Circuit 8MYTHB' Court of to The Flagler Tribune

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Thursday: Dec. 20, 1962 THE FLAGLERTRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE ,

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l3lukrsslI Baggett, and Lorraine Wynd-. ; -.4iiILlli1I1Th
ham. The FTA advisor, ]
School' Atew& I:Murray, assisted the Mrs.l'| :

I, May Pache reporter.
Caroline Clifton School Editor
Library 'Club":' The Library J 1
CLASSIFIEDADS i II ( :
Club members put refreshments t II ,
in the lounge as a Christmas I
( gift for the teachers. The cakes
I- .1.1a
used in the refreshments' were

furnished by Jennie Bennett LlstlBO under tkla beams ..
Brice Hosford, and Marsha Dur- cent per word each la.ertt..
ranee. 75 cent la minimum eJa4ar&'e. )1 ,a. .

FOR SALE-2 bedroom house'
Their: Christmas party will be has to be moved'from present ,.< x.a

held at the Woman's ,Club on property. No reasonable offer J .,; '
i December 19. The evening will '
Call
refused. 4373370.
consist of a buffet supper with \ I :' -
Dec. 20-It :
dancing following. Everyone is :
I expected 'to have a good time. FOB SALE-Duotherm,oil heater

Marsha Durrance, reporter. 50,000 B.T.U., in good condition.

Grade 8E The,AB section helda $25.00. Also one small gas heater. -
1 meeting_ to decide on the d c.1 L. L. Gage, HE 92088.

orations for their homeroom. A Dec. 20-ItcWINTER T': SHELTON'S"
'
r committee was appointed with
'Becky Robertson, Chairman, FABRIC SALEAt ,
R. Christy Golien, Shirley Town. Cloth Shop, 539 S. Young, .. 3 Lb. Shortening
U.S. 1, Ormond Beach.
send, JoAnne Rousse, and Betty
Duncan on it. It was their: job 54" Wool Ends L50-$2.00 each;- '
to decorate the, room., They puta 45" Suit'Fabrics'79c yd; 54",Up. Crisco 49C
ChrIStmas, holstery $1-$3 yd; Antique Satin
,tree, streamers, and
Drapery 88 cents yd.
i other beautiful. accessories in
the home room.Ohristme Dec. 6-4tp Limit One With $5.00 or More "* '.'

Casey the former FOR RENT-House in Hillcrest. < Food Order ,

.president.of 8B, has transferred large living room? 2 bedrooms
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,to ithe 9th grade. Shirley Townsend 2 baths dining room' and large '
'Is the( new president and porch. Wisehaupt. HE 92247. MaxwelL HouseSWIFTS '.
Becky Robertson 'is' the vice. Dec. 6tfcWANTEDBulk i '

.president: -- I 'LIPaCoffee49 :
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(I..P. Gas) cus /
Sandra Edge is a new'studerit
'' omers.: Call Harris Appliance &
in 8B. She is from South Caroline I
Ir. ;; ,
i Gas. ID'7.3367, Bunnell,.Florida. PREMIUM BUTTERBALL
where' she 'attended
Dillon ..
Aug 30-tfc
High School. I I Limit One With $5.00 or More

Dale Abbott, reporter., I REFINISHING-Furniture refin- TURKEYS Food Order ).

FTA-On Wednesday, Decem fished- ..and repaired Experiencedon
.ber 12, the FTA Club gave a antiques. Chairs Tecaned. .'
_spaghetti: banquet in the cafeteria Tel. 4392007. 10-11-tf : Florida Grade A Large

...for the teachers.. The ban. FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. ,We 16 _- ..........-................, LB. 43, ',
rquet table was decorated with
will fill your tank or we will : 2 '
lovely Christmas decorations, *
LB. 47 99'
and Christmas music was. en furnish you with a tank. Call 8 ..,..,.._. .._, Eggs 'i
Harris Appliance & Gas: Co. at Do ,
joyed during ID 7-3367 Bunnell. Florida. I WILSON'S CERTIFIED
door prizes were won by Mr. Aug.:30: =tfcEXPERT
Hein, Mr. Brown, and Mrs. Love. Limit Two Please

lady. i .REPAIR SERVICE SmokedHnis -

1,- The members:who helped, with.. Dp 'TV?!, Radios* HJtFir Sewing : .- ., ,'.- : . ,' ._ .: .., .
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1tfietldiriner were: Mate'FleI.} & ,: Machines.;Vacuum .Cleaners J "and FRESH FARM PRODUCE \
Nancy Fleurie;; Gloria Johnston, all small appliances. All work
Nell, Johnston, Mary .Brown, guaranteed Ormond Hardware, I Whole or Half ...............'i..:... LB. 53* 4 Lb. BagAPPLES. ,

,Mary Pache, 'Cynthia Cobb, 50 W. Granada ''next Eleven c ; 3 9 '

Nancy Wilson, Mary Matthews, Ormond. 'Beach,, Fla. Phone 677 Center Slices .......?..... :........?.....:.,. LB. T9* Each eJ.
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Gloria Harding, Mike Cook,.John 4414. May 17-tfc :; .
LYKE'S SMOKED 10 POUNDS
Ocean front"housekeeping apartments
BULLDOZINGFill /1 And 2 bedrooms com U. S. No. 1
LIGHT: .
pete with linens and all utilities. Picnics'LB. 39
Dirt Building Sand Shell Sun deck' fishing, swimming, POTATOES 39C

ARTHUR (Sonny) WILSON( loafing. Day, week or month.
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
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HE 57-F1cigler Beach HE 9.2082.' 7-6tf A
WINTER GARDEN 22 OZ.

. APPLE
t PETERSON.1: TEXACO JOHNSTON'SFLAGLEB FRUIT PIES Y'Iltf Ea. 2ge
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SERVICE BEACH REALTY CO.

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
ROAD SERVICE WINTER GARDEN 20 OZ.PUMPKIN WINTER GARDEN 22 OZ.
WATER FRONT, FARMS,
Light Mechanical Work, ACREAGE -
Phone 437-3441 Bunnell PIE MINCE PIE
See us for your real estate Deedli

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ORMOND PRESCRIPTIONPHARMACY Residence Phones ID 73691or EACH EACH
3ge 4ge
ID 7.3517
Sick Room SuppUes-Sundries
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES
24-Hour Prescription Service. Pepperidge Farm Lucky Leaf 25 Oz. Glass

Free Rt.Delivery AlA: 1 in mL Flagler North of Beach 150 FREETOP HERB STUFFING Zge APPLE SAUCE Z5e
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1CS1 VALUE STAMPS Ea.

with the purchase of '
RCA VICTOR CORN Baker's S. S. 4 Oz. Can
LIVING COLOR TV One 4 Ft. Aluminum BREAD STUFFING 31C

"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE I Christmas Tree COCONJTShurfine Zle
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v ,JAGE EIGHT A THE,FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL.- FLORIDA Thursday... Dec. 20., 1962,
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1 THE BOOK. NOOK I CARD OF THANKS I peratures.
I We are sincerely ''grateful to THE CHRISTMAS TREE
little water and
Adding as
t :By William, Corbin friends and neighbors 'for their
fertilizer as possible to keep the -----
f -' This story is abouta boy named many kind acts of sympathy
plants healthy and slow
grow- LETII HURRy
t.. ;Robin: Daveen:. and his ,horse, during our, sad bereavement.Our ; ing contributes to the success of
,Magic appreciation for the flowers,; tttpuovr+
indoor plants. Dr. Elwee
\ Robin has 'a heart conditionand cards, and many expressions of I J says FARM sate oN TH TREE ,
that during winter 'months, or
{ can't sympathy cannot be adequately I I I HAS A AN Fors /
, play or ride like his
: t j during cold dark days, plants tA'r of oF'Tut_ set
,brothers.' Although he has a expressed. i .w"r 9
absorb much less fertilizer: than
j >horse: his mother keeps trying Larry and Donnie Tidwell
during warm sunny weather. He ..
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to keep him from riding. Howl The Max Porte Family ,
l suggests adjusting fertilizer applications
ever; his father '''und stands his the
to season of the
,, feelings,.and permits him to ride, CARD OF THANKS
year.
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Magic, If'he promises not,/to race I wish to express my appreciation ; I

for the thoughtfulness I[:Outdoor Plantings ,
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During that winter,_they have I and kindness of all my, friendsfor During The December dormant .Ij -' +t&i tItuYlplM+ ,
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aterrible blizzard. Robin's father sending cards, flowers and growth period .Is a good time to % ut% I1n1 E 4
and brothers have to take their good wishes during my recent |transplant trees and shrubs. Epda\ u 1

horses and ride :to look' for their i stay in the hospital. After selecting healthy plants
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.cattle. They leave Robin in I Lyman Gage with good roots and tops, the .E THOSE TREES AfA
charge of 'the :house. No long I next step is preparing the plant AN' GET t tv
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after they leave, Robin's mother ing site For bed plantings, I SOME"MICrtETOB

slips out the back, door and I gcv etu in 471 viler such as roses, dig in four poundsof Mt I WEEP
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,breaks her leg. Robin rode to complete fertilizer per 100. SOME MORE ai

'. :Mrs. Alward for help. On the (By Hervey Sharpe) I square yards of space. I ..w: BRANCHES.Kilts ; .
way back he and Magic were ,r r ro MA s 2
,I, attacked by a mountain lion. Planting mistletoe over the For a tree or shrub, dig a hole S ., 1" t
shot threshhold-known as Yuletide one-third larger in diameter than
p Robin him but he soon fell __
(.. over himself with a bad pain gardening-will be ,the top activity the plant's roots. Mix a cup of c.s.P s ---- .d.dzones

. in his heart. Mrs. Alward found for many self-styled farmers fertilizer and a generous quantity worn by the famous evoEnglish has been adopted as .
I him a few minutes later, though.t't for the next two weeks. of peat in the top soil. Place of Greece sometimes con the second language of Indonesia

I After -that incident everyone Even neophyites claim immediate the plant in the hole slightly, taro more than. 40 yards of ma\ the former Dutch colony 'l'
, seemed to trust Robin and think yields after' ,planting the lower than it grew in the nurs terial. .- in the East Indies.. ('

-1 :he was more able to take care license-to-kiss greenery. Plant. ery. Fill in around the plant _. /

'1 .of himself. ing techniques are unimportant.It's with the soil-peat-fertilizer mix- r . i '/1 4
One morning Robin goes out the harvest that counts, they ture. When the hole is half fill

to feed,Magic and she wad downin ed, settle the loose earth with I 24 Hour

her-'stall and;,couldn't' get up. say.You to,, may get into the act water and repeat the watering I Wrecker Service

When:the Vet arrived and,looked by making a. trip into the'wilds when the space around the plant .,

J jat her;iie:;.told 'his father'that it for a: supply of the romantic | is filled and firmed. I '

.was Just a matter of time until plant. Some aggressive farmers t[0 Around the base of the plant I Flagler Truck :& Tractor Co,

$he' would:>*die. Everyone tried save making the trip by grow ,I form a dish shaped catch basin'

',to' keep it from Robin ing mistletoe in a back-yard!''to. hold water. Mulch the plant'I .MASSEY-FERGUSON .

Robin's brothers tried harder I t with: "straw or leaves and shadeit Grove Farm -.Industrial Equipment '
tree.However
,than anyone else to have Robin if. you plan to establish :[ if necessa y. Watering newly i j r l 'VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID -7-3242 "' .
prom the truth. So, they slipped a handy supply.. of mis- [Set plants regularly is very '
-out teltoe remembers that the im.1 I 'Owner Bunnell. Flond&I .\. ,
qne night and took her off para- portant- : ...
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Sand "killed her. When Robin sitic plant spreads easily- and I ..

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awoke the next morning, they can become a. nuisance. :
told :him' ...she had Just disap. : Since there is little 'chance: ' .
peared". .They didn't:know that that the 'threshhold project will :J "

i; Robin knew what they had done. ;thrive longer than the holiday .'.

\ If you want to lead a very season, let's turn our: attentionto Kdctric zj1Hbeweoverings )
\good horse story, read this book. other indoor plantings.. :

.I am sure you would enjoy it. What to plant .depends on k .. .

.*:. 'Library 'Assistant-. ; : conditions under which- the .. .,

*-, Gloria Harding. plants grow. -'Cast.ironplants
? -_ that will withstand abuse and
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adverse, conditions such as low
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t" light Intensity and warm, dry

r| DOAK WALKER roomsinclude aglaonema, aspidistra ii Ir

t; By Dorothy 'K."' Bracken bromeliads, dracaena, .,
; This Is the story about Doak monstera, pandanus, peperomia, MAKE A "WARM"CHRISTMAS /: ..'

Walker as. a football, player., philodendron bipinnatiforium '. GIFT 1.1.0 ;
\ From.,grade", school to college sansevieria and scindapusus. ,'_ -- ..oo0 :- ..........., ..:

the ism( i exceptionally good football . Plants that will' grow under

.> player. While at S.M.U.' adverse conditions but need
:he is and 9.4 'ic% a three'time All-Amerlcan.In more light more humidity yyi _
| his senior year he Is hurt than those just mentioned are :

I and does not play much but is dieffenbachia -,ficus, palms, syn-
still picked as tan all-American. gonium, and philodendrons cor.' y"

He writes a' letter to the All- datum, hastatum, imbe, hybrid & JB t ..<.. '<' .....ww-: $:". ., .... .:?(;: ..
American Committee and tells I "Orlando," panduraeforme and ; l --"" CCrnr; Cons,. "

them that he has not played: selloum.A '!i K+: S;; Lre l_V

enough !to be an All-American.i few of the many other plants .. '.
tro/.. d ::: :
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The committee disagrees with I that will thrive indoors are African 1te1ft to.ftOth t"I'''tqShath S1n ..-114'We "" .", :'
him and he also receives ,the I violets, Chinese evergreen, Jlerate.Cosrs '
,sportsmanship award.. I'aspidistra, Norfolk Island ''pine, r' __

,This book Is good reading for! Rex begonia, fittonia, wandering o 'I .' .

-poys. and girls. I jew, jade plant, lady's eardropand :

By Randy Morris, I Asparagus plumosus. x 4
Library Assistant. Chances are that even the vet. _

..' :-- FREE i eran gardener may have some ;.. .:
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trouble with indoor plants. A '

'; 'One ,extra gallon of your choice -I few tips in diagnosing some Care Enough? give better ELECTRICALLY! 1.', .

f with each gallon you bur common plant ailments are of- , i
fered by Dr. E. W. McElwee, ; '. This year, the NEW LOOK in gifts is ELECTRIC! Buying a gift for anyone -
Mary Carter Paint Store head *>f the ornamental horti- on your list is no problem,when you give better, electrically. Guess- t

Ala Weatcate Hh*.ptax C.at.r culture department at the Uni- work is dimiTi?****, because Electric Gifts are always popular...practical,
versity of Florida. ; : ...preferred! Deeply appreciated because they make life easier...recrea' ;
lion more fun...and say again and again that YOU CARE ENOUGH! .
PAL PARKER'S. INC. Brown tips or burned marginsof

Automotive Specialty Center leaves could mean too much '
BRAKE!*! RELINED 91O4& fertilizer, plant roots allowed to I JUST A FEW ELECTRIC GIFT SUGGESTIONS

FORn-CHRVHOI.KT-PARTS AND '.LABOR.l.YMOITTH, dry out temporarily, wind-bum, See them >today at your favorite store r
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OTHERS flftJS cold injury. Yellowing and
or Bed Coverings Food Mixers' Radio,TV,Hi-Fi .;
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dropping pf leaves hint that soil .
Blenders Fry Pans Rotisseries 41
fumes, gas fumes, chilling, over. Bottle Warmers Hair Dryers Sandwich Grills v ;s-
watering, or poor drainage and Broilers Heating Pads Shavers

poor aeration may be the Can Openers Ice Cream'Freezen Toasters ey+3 0, '.
trouble. Chafing Dishes Juice Extractors .,Vacuum Cleaners
BERR Small leaves indicate tightor Clocks Knife Sharpener Waffle Irons e i
ps Coffee Makers Lamps(Tab1e&FJoorand for that very -
soil lack of fertilizer,
heavy ,
1pMa. Corn Poppers Massage/Vibrators special gift:
or dry soil. Weak growth or light Deep Fat Fryers Power Tools ALL-ELECrwcKrrai N I
green or yellow color to healthy -

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Prompt Service wilting or or soft growth could ...AND ELECTRIC GIVING.TOO "A Treasory of Christmas
PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US Ideas"to Ages your work '
come from too much heat or FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY 'aat bdgbtea> your holiday. \
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Thursday_. Dec._ 20._ 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE.. BUNNELL., FLORIDA PAGE.NINE.Elephants
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... the best 'routes through forests amls; volume, ranking in fourth

; and mount ilps., Many highways, Increase in ImportsForeign place, amounted to 239,950 tons,
, In present-day Africa originally up 31 per cent.
r were laid out by elephants. trade moving through "Of the other ports which I
,Florida's principal seaports has showed a drop in exports, three!
I improved substantially during had a large enough import volume V'4
this year the Florida State to show gains in the totalof MERRY
Chamber of Commerce reports. the two. Jacksonville's volume -
"Goods imported-from foreign came to 1,617,350 tons, up
'countries through Florida's seaports 42 per cent; Port Everglades k CHRISTMAS .
. Ho[ amounted to 3,383,650 tons, 778,400 tons, up 18 per cent and,
up 37 per cent and exports Panama City, .with 121,750 tons TO
cYeason came to 2,729,850 tons, a gain of I was up about 2 per cent. EVERYONE'I'
7 per cent over the same periodof "West Palm Beach handled
1961. The (total was up 21 158,750 tons of foreign trade; I I'I'I
per cent. The value ,of the im- Pensacola 75,400 tons and Boca and I'I I
ports was $143,000,000, up 16 per Grande (a phosphate shipping
cent and of exports, $117,300,000, point) 149,900 tons. Each of FrederickFRUITS I
up 21 per cent over: the 1961 these cities showed figures. from 1961." _

"Preliminary reports coveringthe
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for each of the larger ports. .- ,, c : : \i\
These figures refer only to fore- ":? :
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sizeable domestic and intracoastal -
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."All ports gained in import from .;:: .:

,." ". ", volume but only two, Tampa Sunshine Service friends and neighbors. . '. : .-. .
and Miami, increased exports, [ tires. ,
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state import total and 81 per
Tony and Mildred Kahlert cent ot the exports. Total foreign
trade moving through Tampa
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PAGETEN THE FLAGLER TRIBbNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 20, 1962 .
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Expands Research University of Arizona, recently teriously vanishing 700 years An anthropologist is recordingthe bury said: 'The Wetherill Mesa
i ]I hailed the intensive study of I ago. Their crumbling dwellings traditions of present-day Project will become a landmark
: Wetlierill long-abandoned Indian cliff are being stablized so, they,can southwestern Indians who may in American archeology, both
At Meas
: : :'n I cities as "one .of the..major en-J be opened eventually to the be related to the vanished tribe.In for its substantive results and

; The National Park Service and;; deavors of New World arche- public. |I predicting the success of l for its methodological contributions.

;: ,..the National Geographic SOciety i ology." Research Expanded i the pioneering studies, Dr. Wood- ."
; I are making a fresh approach tot I I Wetherill Mesa, in Mesa Verde Dr; Woodbury said the Wethe '
archeology 'at: Colorado's Wethe-1 National Park, was the home of rill 'Mesa Project represents a
rill Mesa. I Pueblo Indians who flourishedfor departure in archeological meth 0
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c'Dr. Richard B. Woodbury, pro. centuries; and reached a ods. What started out primarilyas
Jesso of anthropology at the* high,state of culture before mys- excavation and stabilizationof

. ruins has been greatly ex- 0 fo .

,panded. j

The project is drawing upon 1!t k<

r botany, geology,_ zoology, clima- J -
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tology, linguistics, and, other sciences
to interpret archeologicaldata
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,ditional, often limited, fashion.In [

a I an appraisal 'given at the z
last annual meeting of the
American Association for the I
r TO ALL OUR Advancement of .Science, Dr.
Woobury said, "It is importantto
': ,: K FRIENDSTHE I realize that the Wetherill Me-
sa Project is starting on its in-
J I terpretive approach at the point
,: that some archeological projects
., COWARTS have regarded as their goal." I OUR
TO YOU
CharlesPatChuckRobEde: : The long occupation of the i K
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mesa has been divided into
," ,FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
/ chronological phases, with pot-
; tery types,'defined and sites classified -

into several. categories.
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rewarding subjects can be .
investigated, such as the kindsof
,, use made of the environment
-I the changes in aboriginal
the trends in population diet,1
the area and its shifts
,', a the various types of locationsfor
. settlements, and the rela-
tionship between cUinate and
' TO OUR FRIENDS human occupation."
Pollen Studied

In a recent report, Douglas
; 1 FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB Osborne, supervisory archeolo- $ 1
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ect, described the special research 8 _
3t3 .3r3 .3T r programs supported by
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the National Geographic Society. ,
:&tudies..of'-soil, plants, pollen,
and tree rings give valuable in-

,' ,. 4's 4e. sights into the environment of
the Indians. Pollen studies for
example, indicate that a cli
matic upheaval took place on
the mesa. Scientists found pollen -
from plants that no longer '
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: : grow on or near the site, which i ; t4 '1
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perature, growing season, and

water supply. .
Physical anthropologists are
examining the remains of In-
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dians buried on the mesa. Zoo-

tA,,.a ologists are identifying animal 1 >
and bird bones. An entomologistis PMP s' ;f

; classifying insects of the g4fttNr"
region; a-microbiologist is study- ;.1Y a
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I:' a very cheery holiday season.
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:I:i Window Sill SeenI1 houseplant I. "-,,".i I!I

;1 A hybrid relative of a
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on.our window sill shows pronvIise :.,..;;!
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States' first important source of j i it --
t I high grade fiber for rope. I j ..-.".:j I!
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,I It's sansevieria, a house plant\ '. \
; known by_many as the "snake j i {
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Developed by USDA and Florida .\ri!
I Agricultural Experiment i ; .:!
J Station scientists, the new san- ,:d
GARCIA FUNERAL HOME sevieria hybrid called Florida j !
I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME 'J!
f, ; H-13 produceS an acceptable i T
St. Augustine, FloridaChristmas ; J substitute for imported Manila Bunnell and St. Augustine, Florida !
: hemp. '
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!I and twines. It was not until ? !
i t World War II, however, that researchers 7 Ii1Zi

|I became interested in I II __ .,1//
\ investigating: the possible use I "i!
,; I I of sansevieria as a fiber crop. i
.It was then that the need for \
}. I Manila hemp substitutes became ;4 I!
acute due to curtailment of supplies I

'.. from the Philippines. For _!
\ this reason, :the Crops Research It t
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partment of Agriculture and the ; f
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stations went to work to Investigate .
0' .!the possibility of growing i :f } ViH

sansevieria in southern .Floridaas "
1 a; cordage fiber crop. _ 1
,' Since over 60 described.species *.J .- ;
y.., of ,sansevieria are known, most w rc q o r }+x tra I .;
which are native to Africa, "jI
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of the desir- ,1
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I able characteristics' of two or
more species was a big one. J
Finally, a cross between a CHRISTMAS
: Greetingsto sansevieria: collected from a cul S
tivated source in ,Arcadia, Florida -
to our* many customers and friends ;
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our many friends in 1946, and a sansevieria ", I I
received from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia '

in 1949, produced the suc- COLONIAL. SERVICE STATION !:
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T. K. and Camilla McKnight Florida H-13. ._Earl 'and Audrey Rice <
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?yigor, cold tolerance, ease, !
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Fiber quality tests conductedat -- "
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Station show that the fiber produced : ,
.; > by Florida'H-13 is significantly -"
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