Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 13, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00674
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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11 VOLUME 50, NO. 49 BUNNELL. FLORIDA, THURSDAY DEC. 13, 1962 $2.50 ,A YEAR' :


Grand 21 St. Johns MUSIC GRANT i Chest X-Rays i
Opening on
Santa will make his annual I Linda Hudson, daughter of I

it visit at the annual Flagler Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hudson of
Is Set For Today Beach Communitty Christmas Conference SquadThe O'Brien, has been offered a December 19-22 J

I5s on Friday evening, ,De Music Scholarship by the' University 1 .
: Today marks the Grand Opening party coaches of the St. Johns Do you have tuberculosis?
of Music Department
Mississippi '
f\\ '{ ot ROdgers' Food Store on cember, members of the committee River Conference met Friday, Lung Cancer Enlarged Heart?

\ ?'U.S.,._ Highway 1 and Booe St said today. Santa is December 7 in SL Augustine Are you sure? If not you will I
scheduled to arrive .at 7 o'clockby Linda, a senior-in high school,
I and chose the'all.conference ,have an to, fin4 out
The new 6,000 square foot supermarket I opportunity}
has been a member of the Branford
the Beach fire truck.
| building is modernI team for 1962. They picked an through a_ chest x-ray thaL.-is
: School 'Band for'the
respect with wide, Due to I 'i every: is planning to set.up " '. past ,five years and is presently!
\ roomy aisles, el nkcheckout team. i Flagler county residents who:are j
serving of the Buccaneer
as captain -
headquarters for Santa :at the
counters, and. ample parking .. . The Bunnell Bulldogs placed .Band. ,. 18 years: of age and over December f f
Fire Station. four of their pledges on the 19.through the ? d.'A.
} Owner-Manager: Curtis
.. \space! Miss Hudson is :the ..grand I
The Community Christmas "
\Rodgers :said .today. ,. two teams. They are: Quentin Thgre: will betwo,x,>ray units '
? daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
r Mr. Rodgers; ; also said the 'party is sponsored by the 'Town Emery; <<: defensive end;_ Eric 'Kuleski. I I Wood of Bunnell. ,' inline county this year: ,to:.make'
of- .Beach andFiremen I
*. grand 'opening sale will run Flagler. .-- offensive guard- ; Harry' j ithe chest x-rays. Theunits- . .' .are ,
Thursday through Saturday, December and their Auxiliary .are in Kuleski, offensive halfback; provided through the .cooperation '

I. 513:15 of this week. He charge! -arrangements.. Tommy Polk, offensive fullback.1 Matthews-Says 't of .the" TB and Health.,Committee -
I ,.also' said that Santa will be at Coach Harold Avingerof of Bald- : oaf Flagler County{. ..theCounty I

*:the sew store from 10 to 12 in win was selected as. "coach of'Offensive Coast Guard Health.Department, and*

the morning' and froth':3 ,,tp 6 State Increases th' r:&' :'>.r. ,.-b : ". the State Board of ..Healttu, fl I

: inthe afternoon on Friday and -: :team: tErids-aJeff I Here is the .schedule. of,places,

"Saturday; of the opening sale. I LaCour, Father ,Lopez and Roy.,J-sFeb'i8: dates and. hours;. .,, .. ,? i

*. He''' has owned .and operatedthe Its Share' fJ'beNation' DeMotte, of D &.I.s# .j" -.. :BunncM1 J near CjIlrcns'Bank,
Conkfessman"h'D.R. ( ) '
,. Tack terTy Haskins Fath- : Billy December 20 21 and 10
Rodgerette Grocery ;[here, for 22; from; I
:Matthews announces' that
I several years and is, expanding s WealtIi jer Lopez and David: Smith, .Caliahan. for'competitive o'clockto,1 and 2.to.5.o'clock.. .. I

Lad: moving'to- newjlloca, '. examination entrance Espanola., Cooler's--Store...Wed'I'I

tton;;." -" , ." .' Florida,has increased its sharp .Guards-Ray Barber, BaldWinand to the' U.S.. Coast Guard nesday, December 19 from five. '

',J '. '. of the nation's wealth',this year, Eric KW ski, Bunnell. '. Academy will be heldNation to .8 o'clock.Lehigh "
wideFeb"ruary 18 and 19.
moving 'up several more rungs Quarterback George Barnes, .. Cement, ,.Plant:Tfeiirs-.

Legion! Sponsors$ 'otl''the:"economic ladder during Father Lopez: These examinations will. .be' day, December J2Q, from :1-: .to/4, I
in 150 cities.
( .. the'" year,, the Florida 'StateChamber'af 'Halfbacks-ErnieCrawford, given over o'clqck.' . .. '

r ChEIstmas Tree Commerce reports. Baldwin;; Harry---.KUf sk1; ,Bun.- Matthews, exmphasized\ jHavr: \ Creek and Bimini.at.:'St
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offered qualified i
A *. ,' <' "- * < nell; and Lynne Fedors, D &: B. opportunity .. I Johns Park Community Hall; onThursday

:E6r : i Florida's ;growing economic Fullback Tom' Polk: Bunnell: 1 young men who choose this' December 20,. from 5
,CommunityThe .shows .up'well in.almost Defensive Team: ;1 I I four-yeari.course which. ?leadS to to 8 o'clock. / .. ; \I

''Gprnmuflil i Christmas every category in a comparisonof .Ends-Quentin Emery, ,Bun- a commission, a career of Flagler $Beach; ,post.office'rI- I

Tree;;whldi ,1s by,The the state's, proportion of Ha*. hell .' fleer, in America's"oldest, con.tlnuous' day t
5 sponsored 'and James Blasirigame,,:St Dec mber. 21, .from 1..to.'A
.ttanal\ ..totals in ,,1957 and, 1962. seagoing',armed. service ." '
;American,'Legion1; Post'; 115, will ? Joseph. o'clock.Korona. / "J: %.,. I

14 be? held on.Saturday evening: ;,December I The; total income received, ,by '"tac cles- Roy, Kent Bal'dwlhahd i and? a..Bachelor: tof'Sdencfc, .. de- I , White Eagle Cafe:, Friday I

:22 at' BuxraeU \.City Halt, Floridians*is ;agood,, example : ,Barry lorhris,' Hastings f big ; December "21t, fiem :S, v.J4j ..' .

"! T Santa Will' arrives*during, the;1 it ,stood,v ati23,:; :perseent ot the ,Guards-Tack |Nolan,;,Baldwin;' "App IntaientS artviniade'on' a I o'cloclc p :.r,,pr'Bunnell (:' :1,1
r'hI&1 "oa :toW,:.pgrsonalIi cant ;PI} ed..tn. !competitive: ',b $.'W; I j tirge .aUterestcd ,
i jHaaUcsC' Ciiariie's Bar (SMut;
TeveaI ,. : \ ::;j :ana Ronnie Giffte, > l .!:. !: ,: ,- .
'" _..tetyflrefandf : .. the ;nationt. t .195 T,2.S(4per.( -'Quaif rbaCTt'Nl CookCah.laHallfbacksPete $ +artwlro tse are:1 k f1'l'; Y; iber;22,'.& ..1 10..to.l. -.,
:':".1L: at f "bie rK rend:regtltt te d. for. : ... in. this 'worthwhile'*pro/f :": "
e., candy tv'" :cbUai ,fuThe : .: d"2'io' ; ,'d .cli:1., .T, :1.:, ,"
i o lIw"'-count>, l : .. ; Jt: small "percent';,; .gain, 'represents! Pruitt- ,father fession to-write. for details and . .' y. ;. I

"', ,A 'program: and, singing .of'cnrlStmas ;natty millions. ; 'when'' leicp'ressedin Lopez;, Joe Alagood, ,Father .Lopez 'application to the 'CQJnm: ndaht r..f -'i I Ir

.. 'Carols'; ,will., be. prior dollars*and places Floridi n's ; and Wayne: 'Hendricks_ ((XPTP-2)), U.S. ,Coast Guard r Am ricanLegion ;'' :

,to*the .arrival 'Of- ,Santa. income, at ,$il billion plus 'Sot Crescent Cit .: Washington 25, D.C. Completed ,

'. ' the year.' This total income Fullback-Skipper. Hunter, of applications must be postmarked Plans Annual -: i <

level represents expanding .consumer Hastings 'on or before January 10." I '
I ''markets but because of One must be single, has reach -

aanders: "Messiah"'December i j I a. greater: population growth, the -- ed", his 17th but not his 22nd i Christmas Party , ..;,/:

I per capital 'income of Floridiansdoes Bunnell.School ",. t.birthday by July 1, and must The American Legion Post;115 ;

14 At not fare so well., In 1957it be:Tn -excellent physical condition and, the 'Leliion.Auxiliary will :
was 89 per cent of the national Honor Roll ; to',be eligible for :the next hold their annual Christmas '

Stetson UniversityStetson I average and estimates Fourth examination. party and.,family"nighton 'Monday -
grade-Elayne. Tucker
for 1962 indicate a drop to 85 : ; A 'hIgh school diploma Is' the evening, December 17. The
University's holiday Kirk Robertson, Greg Robertson,
per cent in 1962. 'minimum educational requirement Meeting will be at the Civic
season event always'widely attended -* Kay Perryman, Mike Kelley,
I although high school seniors Center at 7 o'clock in the eve .
by music lovers from all "Gross income of Florida Chip Johnston Minnie Deen, \
assured of being graduatedby ning.
rover the state, the Christmas I farmers and growers made up John Geller, John Jones, Mark I t
June 30 are eligible' to take The party will be a covered I
presentation of the University I 2.22 per cent of the national Strickland, Jay Townsend, Catherine -
dish with
examination if they will dinner turkey and
w ;Concert Choir and the .Orchestra, I figure in 1957 and 2.43 per cent Harris, Joy Lee. r
have 15 credits by that time. All dessert being furnished, by the
will ,again be Handel's famed in 1961. Incomplete returns for Fifth grade-Beth Matherly,I
applicants must have three unitsof Legion. The ladies of the Aux !'
"Messiah." 1962 show the probability of a Lesa Knight, Donna Splcer, Bar,
English, two in Algebra, and iliary will bring' covered dishes. t
The oratorio, conducted by slight drop this year. bara, Dodgen, Jack Baker, Linda
one in plane geometry gradu Each member is to bring a ''I
Prof. Harold M. Giffin and featuring Church, Cynthia Hinson, Jeanne I
I ation. gift, not to exceed 50 cents, for
"Assets of Florida banks
the 60-voice choir and the grew Higginbotham. I II :
from 1.70 cent of nationalin the gift exchange.The }
,40-member orchestra, will be per Sixth grade-John Cody,Chuck
performed twice on Stetson's 1957 and 1.82 per cent this Heir, George Kocywanski, James CORRECTS dance band section of the I
I school band will be guests and
; life insurance in force 1.92
DeLand campus, Friday, Decem year Robertson, Nancy Hargett Carol
per cent and 2.41.. per cent; private STATEMENT will furnish entertainment along I
ber 14, at 8 P.M. and Sunday, Townsend, Colleen Tucker. I
Dr. Allen Reynolds as spokesman with Christmas carols. Also in-
savings in savings and loan
December 16, at 3 P.M. Seventh grade-Linda Bell, 1
shares 4.04 cent and 4.67 for the Flagler, County vited are the Boy ,Staters and I
Both Dafrell f
presentations are open Britt Sue Broadaway,
Chamber ,of Commerce said.they Ctrl Staters. I
cent of national; and internal .
.to the public and there. is no Tom Duncan, Hewitt Dupont,
the "accidentalmisrepresentation" All members of the I
revenue collections 1.29 I wish :to correct Legion
charge for admission. percent Rusty Improta, Linda 'Knight,
of its feel- Post and Auxiliary Unit, along
On Tuesday December 18, the and 1.49 per cent:- I Linda McNab, Tony Parker, Sha- J
ings about the Haw Creek Watershed with their families are urged ,
;""Messiah" will, be presented at ron Patrick, Wesley. Thomas,
"Measures in volume,. rather Project as reported in the to attend, members of the committee
the Peabody Auditorium In Daytona Joane Wilson, Patty Robbie. I J
than in dollars .include electric
December 6 issue of The Tribune. said today. : ;' ; :>,
Beach at 7:30 P.M:. under Eighth grade=Delores Deen_
power production at 1.96 per Dr. Reynolds said a discussionwas Door prizes will be furnished
the auspices of the Daytona Kathy Emery, Ann Hugas, Vicky t
cent in 1957 and 2.49 per cent held at the Board of Direc by the courtesy of Mopdys
[Beach Tourist Club. I King. Johnnie Ruth Miller, Bar-
this year. Passenger car regis t tors meeting and the majority Pharmacy Anderson's Drug
The 1962 presentation of the bara Pache," Linda Skolar, Janice -
trations stood at 3.02 per cent felt they were not well enough Store, Carl'& Barber Shop and
"Messiah" is the 27th under the and 3.38 cent. Scale, Walton Cowart, Arthur
per I informed, the project to war- Shelton's' Store. '
"direction of Giffin who is chair. Ford, Rebecca Robertson.

man ,of Stetson's voice depart. "During the .interval, Florida's Ninth grade-Betty Lynn rant a recommendation the of any
kind to commission.
:ment and a graduate of Denison pushed upward from 2.47 per Bourne, Linda Weaver. county DISTRICT PRESIDENTTO

University, and the Eastman cents in 1957 to,2.94 per cent this :Tenth grade- -Jack Abbott, VISIT LOCAL ' ,

School of Music. .year. Total employment in non- Ida Allen, Cynthia Cobb, Scotty OF OVER $2,000
r The Stetson event has been a I farm establishements, in the i Crews, Mike Hornsby Candy BUNNELL GETS

tradition at Stetson since 1905, state moved from 2.15 per cent I LovelL CIGARETTETAX The V.F.w. Auxiliary 'will

and' was presented for 26 consecutive to 2.51 per cent and manufac Eleventh .grade-David' Brown, Bunnell has received from the meet (tonight at 8 o'clock at the

years by Giffin. Now turing employment from about Nell Johnston, Gloria Moore, 5-cents a. package tax on cigarettes city hall. Eighth District President

the "Messiah" is presented every one per cent in 1957 to,1.32 per Allida Tucker, Nancy Wilson, sold in the city for the Nellie Taylor will pay her

other year, alternating with cent ,this year, Florida's larger Gail Wadsworth,. Jennie Bennett, month of October probably the official- visit to the organization.

Bach's' Christmas Oratorio. proportion of population than 'ofnonfarm Alton Ford.Twelfth greatest amount of any single I :Mrs.. Clarice Taylor reports she

Stetson student soloists for employment reflects grad -- Caroline C.l1f. month in the smoke tax history. with Mary Smith and RosejPan-

t eachperformance"will: be chosen the 'effect.of a large;number: of ton Diarme Greene, Donna Mil- Bunnell gto $2,968.70. Beverly: i chella carried the Christmas box

from -members of the, Concert retirees among ,the,'state's, resi ler, Barbara' Smythe, Mechele Beach", ,$92.52; Flagler Beach to the Veterans Hospital In.. :,.Lake
Choir. : dents." S Steflik. I$497.38; and Marineland 5013.II III City last Friday.



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1 ':- looking forward to the BaldwinI Substitute IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

I I game. Keep up the good work Sought FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.
I I girls. You sure are working to IFor Cattle ; Catherine McGovern Yasinska.4555

r- : >F iSRrBy I keep your laurel Dipping Plaintiff.

,_, I Puppette; 17. 6 12 8 43 Work is being done by Florida; vs.Henry Yasinska, '

,If.,-' Taylor I 6 6 3 924 Agricultural Experiment Station NOTICE TO DEPEND Defendant.
j > ': scientists in THE STATE OF ,FLOKIDA. TO-
f' an effort to ease
r NOTES MORRIS AND KULESKI the lot of cattle by finding a : 441 Middle Road }
Hazlet. New ,
., LEAD BULLDOGS TO WIN substitute method for v" Jerseyi
:::; t K dipping j(i I- You are hereby notified that a "
in control- of licks and other, i[ Suit has been filed against you in
Leslie Pache I Randy :Morris, Harry Kuleski, I,I the above entitled cause; and you I
I I pests. ]i j i are hereby required to file your answer -
'I ringing the hoop ,for 21 and 16 1 with the Clerk of this "
BULLDOGS LAND FOUR 5624. Harry Kuleski fired in 17 ,According to Dr. D. T. Kinard, and to serve a copy thereof Court.upon If
I ON ALL-CONFERENCE points followed by Randy Morris ,I points to get ,the Bulldogs their engineer with the Agricultural the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney F
whose name and
second win of the season over is:
with 13. The junior varsitywon Experiment Station and head of RAY SELDEN i
.Bunnell Bulldogs placed Tom Taylor 6230. I Selden Building ., i
i 488. the ,University of Florida's Ag- Daytona Beach. Florida
4 my Polk. fullback; Quentin Emery Games Coming Up i Moody and Polk had 7 points,I ricultural Engineering Depart- 1963.not later than January 12. A. D. \ :

f .. end; and ,Harry and; Eric Friday, December 14, Callahan 1 i I Brown 6, Emery 5., The Bulldogs ment, animal handlers feel that If you fall to do so. decree pro \J

.. :Kuleski, (brothers) were the A. & B boys, home; Saturday, looked good for.,their second dipping is1 too ,rough. Animalscan confesso you for the will relief be demanded entered against in the .S.

first family combination to be December 15, boy and girls at I game of'the early season. swallow the dip be bruisedor bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit
r, voted on the same St. Johns all- Fla. D & B. i Friday night's game with Cal crippled and sometimes even WITNESS being my for hand divorce.an seal of

star unit. iI drowned from said Court this 10th day of De-
I lahan will give a little more on I pro- cember A.D. 1962.
Coach Harold Avinger waS cess. (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
will out for the
1 I how .they shape T.I I
i recognized by his fellow coaches BUNNELL REC DEPT. Clerk of said Circuit Court
In cooperation with Dr. G.
season. Keep up the good work By Julia R. Harvey
: for guilding the Baldwin Indians ,I boys. Edds, and Dr. C. F. Simpson, Deputy Clerk I
I Dec.
"' 13-20-27 & Jan. 3-4tc 1
to a 10.1 season and con- Bunnell' Rec. basketball league i Bunnel 1516121962 pathologist with the Veterinary

ference champions. He was played Saturday with the Wild I III I Taylor 7 8 11 4 30 Science Department and Dr. T. IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT.COURT. SEVENTH IN- :

I picked coach of the year. Ernie cats defeating the Tigers 2019. 'I J. Cunha station animal nu- AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
,Crawford led the voting for all.l -II Pat Bat Barrows led, the Wildcats I tritionist and head of the Ani- NO. 4549Anthony EQUITY. EQUITY i'

l conference. Ernie is a candidatefor in scoring with 10 points. I I.CLASSIFIDADS mal Science Department, workis Phillip Svoboda.Plaintiff, T

II all-state. For the Tigers, J., Gordon had I being done /to develop a special Anna vs. Mae Svoboda,

Rounding out the all-stars: 9 and Allan McCraney had 4. spraying rig designed to Defendant. !

Ends-James Blasmgame, St. NOTICE. TO APPEAR AND .
In the,second game the Bull. control ticks. Research trials ANSWERIN

Joseph; Jeff Lacour, Father Lopez dogs led by Bobby Eddge with I I are being made at Gainesville OF FLORIDATO THE NAME OF THE STATE

;, Quentin Emery, Bunnell; 12 points,. defeated the .Bobcats I LUtteca tier t&la fc..ifrig aNa and at the Agricultural Expert- : ANNA MAE SVOBODA De-

Roy. DeMott. Florida D & B.FacklesR.ay 16-12. For the Bobcats, Billy ecata per ward .*ch t*.ertS.B. rotations' Everglades Station at fendant 1
1 You are hereby notified that J
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Kent, Baldwin; Spice had 8 points, aid .Parrell Belle Glade. suit has been brought against you II

Terry .'Aaskins, Lopez; Berry Britt had 4. ',The third gate: the I I Will build and finance any Plans are being' made by Dr. County.in the Circuit Florida .Court in Equity of Flagler by "i

j ,Norris, Hastings:; David Smith'; Panthers defeated the Lions 19 size home on, your lot. Write H. L..Chapman, Jr., and Dr. C.E. ANTHONY Plaintiff and PHILLIP you are hereby SVOBODA.required "
CaUahan.. to' 9.: :Jeep' Worley' had'*6, ,points I I Bar-Mar Construction Co., in Haines Everglades' Station animal to file personally' or; by attorney ..
guards\ Jack and care of Flagler Tribune Box A. with the Clerk of said
Nolan 'Ray and Ray Gordon .5.' husbandrymen, to: test Court your. written defenses. If 'r
Barter; Eric Kuleski,, Bunnell; ,', Dec. 13--"UpWINTER spraying techniques at the Belle any to the Bill In Equity in said ,
,1 suit on or before the 12th day
Ronnie Griffin, Hastings. Rec. Basketball .StandingW Glade.livestock market of January A. D. 1963. and also to i,
n't e Crawford FABRIC SALE I I serve a copy of your written defenses \
r final
Halfbacks.- Kinard
1 L P At Cloth Shop 539 S. Young According to Dr., upon Messrs. Ossinsky &
Baldwin; .Harry' Kuleski, Bun- i Wildcats ,, ' ::1 01000 trials with spraying equipmentmay Krol. Attorneys for Plaintiff at
. u. S. 1, Ormond Beach..' their offices at 411 Main Street.
nell; Pete Pruitt Lopez; Joe Al- Bulldogs'.: '. '1 0 1000 54" 'Wool Ends $200 have to be made in South Daytona Beach. Florida. on ,or before {
lagood," 'Lopez; Wayne Hendrix, ;: .. ; the 12th day of January, A.D.
Panthers '. 10 1000 America in ,order to have a test* 1963. as required the
: ." 45" Suit-Fabrics 79c yd; 54 Upholstery by Florida
Crescent City;: Lynn Fedore, Tigers -'" . -0" 1. 000 ing area where ticks abound. Rules of Civil Procedure and Flor "
l-$3 yd; Antique Satin ida Statutes and herein fail not
'D&B. Lions:0.. 1 000' Drapery 88 cents The problem in developing a or Decree. Pro Confesso and Final
: Fullbacks Tommy Polk, Bun- .. ,: is that Decree will be entered ,against you
Bobcats (0.1 000 good coverageover
.' I Dec. 6 4tp a sprayer by default. _
nell; Skipper Hunter, ':Hastings. "iFOR ,the-entire animal must 'be That the name of the Court in
which said ,suit has been Instituted I
Quarterbacks- George Barnes, Gomes 'Sotuurdirf, December 15 RENT House- in Hillcresti assured.' This requires special Is the' Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial

"Lopez. ; Mike Cook, Callahan.No . 'Tigers 9' A.M. Bulldogs I large living room, 2 bedrooms: nozzles and apparatus. Althougha Flagler Circuit County of Florida in Equity in and and for I !

center was picked. 1 1I Bobcats 9:15 :A.M. Panthers 2.baths, dining ,room and large state law now requires that that the title of said cause la as "

". Lions 10 A.M. Wildcat porch.: Wisehaupt ,HE 9.2247 all cattle be dipped,prior to sale, hereinabove You are further set forth.notified, that the t.

I -' BUNNELL':.PUPPE'n'E- Wednesday Morning, Doc.'19: I Dee ,6tfeWAITBESS station'scientists hope to find a divorce nature of and said other suit relief is a suit as for set {

,' WIN 15th STRAIGHT: : I' Bobcats 9.4-M WWl1d a. '' satisfactory spray system thru. 'forth* in Plaintiffs BUI In. Equity. t I
t WANTED '- 21-45 WITNESS my hand an seal of
J : Bunnell Puppette opened' their Lions 9I5AM.: ..Tigers research. '" office vat Bunnell. :Florida, this <10th UI J'
'1962.63 season with a:. 53-15\Hn.: f', years of jige.- ,Mustbe'very neat db.yot'December. A. D. 1962. -
Bulldogs 10 A M. Panthers. ; ; I ,
Apply Cobb's C mer. NOTICE'_OK. APPLICA.TION I,Seal)' E. A. SMYTHE '
for their 15h straight win.>J I | FOR TAX DEEDHotfce I, As Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Sharon ''Townsend scored the I ,Dec 6 2tc. ., Y hereby given that Tom Flagler County Florida. I
TAYLOR MAn I "By Julia R.
GIRLS ,IT Bruner Flagler Beach Florida the Harvey
first point on a free throw. Bar- SIXTEEN A WATKINS ROUTE in this owner of the following Tax Certificates Deputy Clerk.:
NUMBER area '
has filed said ,certificates *
bara Weaver. scored the 'second 'is open for semi-retired man, or for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Solicitors for Plaintiff

free throw. The girls took a 9-0 Barbara Weaver, Sharon ," lady. Many semi-retired peopleare Certificate 1960.Certificate. No. :32, year of issuance Daytona 411 Main Beach.Street Florida

;lead before"Green Cove Springsscored ''send, Allida Tucker, Puppette earning $50,00 to $100.00 per No 5%. year' of Dec. 13-20-27 & Jan 3-4tc

.. '. ,their .first' point. Big Three,scored .15-12-8.points week-depending'on.time-devoted I suance 1961.CertUlcate. No. 10, year of IS-I IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SET-'

With the ,Big Three scoring at to win their sixteenth game ink to the business. Maybe you can suance Description 1962. of the property covering AND ENTII FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER CIRCUIT COUNTY.IN

will Coach; Bradley put all the a row. 11!qualify. For personal Interviewin above three' (3) certificates: FLORIDA. IN CIIANCERY. CASE

,,,girls. into the game to give them The girls looked very good in your area, write J. H. Met Lots I., said:, Block'property 34, Fuquay being in Subdivision the- IN NO.RE 4552: '

.some experience. The B. Pup-: their second game of the season. t Garity Williston,' Florida. County of Flagler. State, of Florida. THE MATTER OF APPLICATION i
Name in which above property is
pette won easily with a 23.2 win. Coach santa Bradley, using' a Nov. 22-29 & Dec. 6-13-4tc assessed: Amelia Chueca, whose LAMAR STRICKLAND-

,Their big game 'with Baldwin new system this season, runningup last known adress is: Apt. 40, 251 OREN LAMAR TO KNIGHT
W. 9znd St., Mew York to, N. X.
will,be December 18. a big score and (then empties WANTED-Bulk (I...P. Gas) customers Unless the above-described certificates NOTICETO
; redeemed according to : OREN M. STRICKLAND
I Call Harris Appliance & are
her bench, giving all the girls law the property described therein c/o Mrs. M. D. Strickland
BULLDOGS WIN OPENER I a lot of experience. I I Gas. ID 7-3367.. Bunnell Florida. and as described above will be Sharp StreetBainbridge I 1
30: tfc sold to the highest bider at the Georgia
Bunnell Bulldogs won their.. The Puppette who have been Aug .- Courthouse door. Bunnell Florida YOU ARi HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
1 the month a Petition for Change, of Name
on first Monday in the
.opener.Friday night at Hastings working hard at 'practice are I REFINISHING-Furniture refinIshed of January 1963. which is the 7th of, the white male minor OREN
-----J IJ I day of January 1963. LAMAR STRICKLAND was filed
and ,repaired. Experienced DATED this 10th day of Decem- in the above cause on the 4th day

BUNNELL, HIGH. SCHOOL. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1962-63 1 I on antiques. Chairs recaned. ber. 1962. of December 1962 by MARGARET i
I i (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE V. KNIGHT and you are hereby
Tel. 4392007. 10-11-tf Clerk of Circuit Court of comumtiaea to be and appear In
''Friday, December 14, Callahan A & B Boys Home 7:00 Flagler County. Florida the above-named Court on or before -

Saturday, Dec. ,15, Fla. D & B Boys & GirlsThere 7:00 FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We Dec. 13-20-27 & Jan. 3-Itc 1963. the to show 3rd day cause of January if any therebe. A. D.

Tuesday, December 18, Baldwin Boys & Girls There 7:00 will fill your tank ,or: we will NOTICE why the Petition for Changeof
The Board Name should not be
of Public Instructionof granted.
Friday, January 4, Father Lopez A & B Boys Home 7:00 furnish you with a tank. Call Flagler County. requests that DATED this 4th day of December -

Saturday January 5, Baldwin Boys & Girls Home' 7:00 I 1 I Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. atm you bid on one (1) four-door (4- A. D. 1962. '.
door) sedan compact type auto- ( ) E. A. SMYTHE
Tuesday, January 8,,. St Joseph A & B Boys 'Home 7:00 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. mobile to be used in the driver Clerk of the Circuit Court j

Saturday, ,.Jan. 12, Crescent' City A & B Boys They 6:30 Aug. 30tfcEXPERT education Each, bid' program.must be sealed and December 6-U-ZO.Z1-4tc

Tuesday, )an. 15,, Orange Park A Girls There 5:30 marked -"Bid on Automobile" and NOTICE
delivered or mailed so as to reach Notice is hereby given that the
Friday, January' 18, Fla, D & B Boys & Girls Home 7:00 the office of the County Superin- Board of Public Instruction of
Tuesday, January 22, Taylor A Girls There 7:15 TV. Radios; Hi-Fi, Sewing tendent at the County Court Housein Flagler County Is planning to con-
Bunnell. Flagler County. Flor- struct two class rooms for the
-Friday, January 25, Taylor A & B Boys There '7:15 Machines. Vacuum Cleaners and ida prior to 9:00 A.M. on Decem- kindergarten department.The
all small appliances. All work ber 18, 1962. Bid price shall not Board is interested in receiv-
Saturday January .26, Hastings A & B Boys Home 7:00
include State or Federal taxes. A ing written applications from Interested -
Tuesday, January 29, Callahan A & B Boys There 7:00{I guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, cashiers check certified check or parties capable of full
bank draft representing five (5%) time supervising and construction
5n W. Granada next
Friday, February 1, St. Augustine. A & B Boys There 6:30, per cent of bed bid. must accompany and. of performing on-the-job work.
.Saturday \\F b. 2 Fla. Military A & B Boys There 7:00 Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- the Applications must be received by
I II ,The automobile shall meet the the 11th day of December. A. D.
Saturday, Feb. 2, Green Cove A Girls There 6:30 j 4414. May 17-tic following\ minimum requirements: 1962 not later than the hour of
: -It shall be four-door (4-door) 9 A.11. o'clock in the office of the
Tuesday, Feb. 5, Father Lopez A & B Boys There 6:30 Ocean front housekeeping type with wheel base of not less Superintendent of Public Instruc
Friday, February 8, St. Joseph A & B Boys There 7:00 I I than one hundred eight (108) tion in the Flagler County Courthouse. -
ments 1 and 2 bedrooms com- inches equipped with a six (C) ,
Friday, February 8, Orange Park A & B Girls Home 4:30 pete with linens and all utilities. cylinder engine of not less than I I'lease 'state rates of pay expected \
hundred inch
Monday, Feb. 11, Crescent City A & B Boys Home 7:00 1 Sun deck, fishing, .swimming one piston displacement forty (140)of eighty cubic (80) work.for Plans supervision for the and building on-the-job can I j

horsepower (or more) with a be inspected at the Superintendent
FEBRUARY 13 TOURNAMENTTuesday loafing. Day, week or month. three (3) speed transmission. It of Public Instruction office Flagler I

Feb. 19, St Augustine A & B Boys Home 7:00' Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. windshield shall be equipped with oil filter County Courthouse during- regular
wipers horn sun visors office hours.
Monday,, Feb. 25, Fla. Military A & B Boys Home 6:30 HE 9-2082 7.6tf heater four (4) seat belts (2 front The Board reserves the right to
and 2 back), five (5) tires and reject any and all applications.
wheels (of standard size for the
"""'" I Dated at Bunnell. Florida. this
respective automobile), selfcancelling 4th day of December A. D. 19(2.
FOR JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER .turn signals (front and rear ROY E. LIKINS
bumpers) and atop lights." Acting Chairman.
.; BEACH REALTY CO. Please state the earliest date December 6-Itc
-PROTECTION, AGAINST EXPENSES OF that the automobile can be delivered. -
LOTS HOMES. OCEAN FRONT Delivery is desired by Jan

; : CANCER I WATER FRONr, FARMS, uary.The 2,Board 1963. of Public Instruction .
\ ACREAGESee reserves the right to reject any ,
1/ AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES and/or all bids and to waive any
us for your red estate need formalities or Informalities In bidding One ,extra gallon of 7'oui choice ,
.. I
Office Phone HE 9.2242 with each trallot' roa buy
H. T. COOK E. LIKINS.' Vice''Chairman 1

: ':... Phone ID 7-3361 Bunnelly Florida Residence Phones ID 7-3691 ATTEST Z. D. HOLLAND. f I Mary Carter Paint Store t
: or ID 7-3517 County Superintendent .:
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I:1 l', Thursday, Dec. 13, 1962 -THE..... FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

I j Xv temperatures are much\above 70 j
q in t] 1 degrees, bud! forming will be retarded 1

Freak periods of hot, I
(By' Hervey Sharpe) weather during this critical time -- k :
may not permit buds to form f] _
year poinsettias are as i
at all. The best flower *
merchants. development ,.
eager as uptown '
is when the night temperatures -| _
I Both are showing holiday color ; I
!early.A range from 60 to 62;

true gardener would never degrees. '
; substitute lights for plants. 'So, Poinsettias can be used as cut"I 3tIr
If your'garden is without.a display flowers if the stems are treated I

of Yuletide color resolve .to coagulate the milky sap and! I
now to get-3., 1963 project under- reduce wilting. As soon as the < : ;

way. flowers are cut, immerse the cut' # % i
Purchasing potted stock froma : ends in hot water for about a'I
,-garden center .is the easiest minute, then place them in cold
way to establish plantings of Be I
water.. sure that the steam.
J the ,holiday ornamental. How ing water'I does not damage the ,I *2Shelton's
ever,some green thumb operators bracts.
scavenge the neighborhood for
hardwood cuttings when fellow ,An alternate method of halting Grocery -
gardeners,prune their poinsettiasfollowing the oozing sap is to singe I
the flowering season. the cut ends of the stem overa ,

Such, pruned material can be flame for a couple of seconds I
rooted. First,'punch a'1-inch diameter and then place, the stems in U. S. Choice U. S.,Choice ,: '- .
hole about 8 inches cold water:*For best results and '
t I deep into, moist earth, :then insert longer lasting beauty, cut the Chuck Roast u 53"T S. *l 'Roast. ,63c.

the woody ,cutting into the poinsettias about 18 hours be- -
hole and press the soil firmly 'fore they are to be used in an : .
around the base. Be sure to arrangement. Store the cut --.T'" .

keep. the soil moist until the "flowers" in 'a, cool; .draft-free U. S. Choice -. U.'Choice .
cutting is well established. place during ,the waiting stage. .

There are a number of point All *.
: .
settae desire red-brackted to choose 'from.vareties If, pro-you THE OUTBOARDERAutnorized I Meat Stew 69 Steaks; 89 :

pagate such plants as fireball,In Dealer
,I.dlanapolis Red, Albert Ecke' ,.oak BOATS'ACCESSORIES IIKPAIRrDo
f leaf or, Mrs Paul Eke,. You can ckage Storage ; lre Ramp : Lunch'Lkaf-Specialty Loaf-. .4,_

enjoye you mingle. color the combinations red plantings if ,825 _Ballouffh WE FINANCE Rd-Daytona TOBIN'SMaxwell Sq.P, and, Bologna,P Loaf--Iive':. Loaf and 4 f for 'l.1!Q'O..u.. '

with Ecke white or a pink.. va:
riety. t LIGHT BULLDOZING House DAIRYChick :of Sea %Flat ,
Poinsettias. grow on. a '
of sand, Fill Dirt. Building Sand Shell Instant Light Chunk
range soils, including --- ---- -------

muck, marl, rocky soil and clay.In .ARTHUR, (Sonny) WILSONHE I PILLSBURY'S TUNA 39 EACH; .
spite of the wide adaptability, BUTTERMILK
the plants will present you a .9.2357-Flag1er Beach COFFEE :

better show of ,color if you take BISCUITS .' Jim Dandy Quick .- ,.
care of them.
Fertilizer applications is im l EAfHioe GRITS .
I 9e
CommunityMemorial .
portant., An application of 1% .IOL .

pounds of an 8-8-8 fertilizer per Church 69 wIi.soN's. C. B.QUARTERS ., r
100 feet of plant, space '
square Inter-dee.mlutl.ul, ; ;
Swell 12 Oz. Frosting:
earlier in the fall should now .
be:'?[producing, large 'colorful ;AIR CONDITIONEDDaytona: ,Limit: ;On.e W ith.y$5.00'or'Mole .i> 'BUTTER Chocolate & WhiteMIX "
bracts. The '
peat applications ,of plant food FLAGEER BEACH ;:. :,1, ; lLt9C' - j i EACH 29* I I.to.

in: early spring, again in. June, Sunday-:School 10:00 A.M. Food Oiader.1. :; ; . .... '
'and perhaps 'mid-summer if Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. '' i l. Limit One ; 1
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there are heavy rains. W. DICKERT. Pa-tor :, \ ', Campbell's)
.For best results prune
settias back in late I : 'PRODUCEFANCY TOMATO SOUP
early spring after blooming is Gold MedalFLOUR .
over or after the danger of frost SERVICE'ALL I- i EACH "e '
has past.. Cut them back to TV : '
within 12; to '18 inches of the YELllOW.': Limit Three
ground unless they have been MAKES I '
frozen back 'below this point Agent For i BANANASFLAGLER
Then cut them 'back to "live" Niblet's 12 Oz. W.: K.
wood. 5 Ut. : 10'e EACHWhitfield
You'll find that a compact TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD 39 CORN 19e
plant will furnish more color AND INSTALLED
than a plant with few un-
branched stalks. To promote a COUNTY F. F. A. 12' Oz. SaladPICKLETTS I I
riot of colored bracts, prune the Limit One With .E I
several times during the :
plants TV Bob $5.00 or More. CABBAGELb5C
growing season. Cut the new
growth back after it is 12 inches Food Order
long, leaving four leaves on PHONE FLAGLEB HE BEACH 9-2364 r 29. \
each shoot. Be sure to stop the f
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pruning in early September, because \ ,

the "flowering" buds are Giant Size % Flt New Ajar. Floor and W Jr. ;
set in early October. 7SFREE: : \''I
Poinsettias show their color CLEANER
according to the day'length and
temperature. A plant near, a with the purchase' of FAB' '. GIANT
lighted window or ,a"street light Children's .
often refuses to color up likea
neighboring plant in a nearby
darker corner. Dreary, skies' in Coupon Void 12-15,, 62 59,* *' r:., Southern*: Can:

-. September and early October 39 :
will shorten the days, causing : YAMS.EACH 23.
plants to set buds and flower 2SFREE
before the holiday season. Limit ; t
,You'll'find that temperature TOP VALUE STAMPS ceM'h
is' a limiting factor for a good with the purchase of $5.00 I WE. HAVE CHRISTMAS, TREES I

show ,of flowers. If the night 2 Lbs. or More Food Order .
PETERSON SERVICE TEXACO Void 12-15, 62 Quantity Right1Reserved l

B 9E HEIE QiBEHBi K 9i9E9 9 I W 9 / .
ROAD SERVICE b f 1 e ey

Light, MechanicalB Work 50 FREETOP
Phoae 18MB : Prices Good
Dec. 13.14-15, 1962
PRESCRIPTION With $5.00 or more ,
and this Cow atSHELTON'S
Sick Room 'Supplies-Sundries Week 8:15 a...7:38 .... iS
M.... ,Pre.cripttoa Service Sot 8:86 cua..9.89"i" g...
Free Delivery & Flogler. Beach Coupon Void 12-15, 62 S BUNNELL, FLORIDA
Rt. AlA' 1 raL North 'ofARMOND \ "
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r.l : 'r",- fagfel' h' I I ORDER YOUR \: FLAGLER "

: I ChristmasTURKEY

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SPONSORING HOLIDAY Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min
1 t The outdoor Christmas lighting ister of the Flagler Beach FOOD STORE
Methodist Church, invites every'one
i contest is sponsored again I
to attend the regular wor-
: this, year by the Flagler Beach I II
, ship hour at 11 A. M. Sunday I If
Garden Club.., The judging will I FLAGLER BEACH
f{and listen to special music by
be DeceniI
on Saturday evening -
:; I ber 22, Mrs. ,Marie Brede said the choir. Church school is at NOW '!

; ;Mrs. Brede also said the club The Bible Study class will DECEMBER 13-14-15, 1962 .
i is offering six cash prizes in the meet at the home of Rev. and
I contest this 'year. Those who Mrs. Hoover at 7 P.M.? Sunday
f I
wish to enter their: display in night. Everyone is invited to at- '

the .contest: are. asked to call I tend. QUALITY SELF SERVICE '
Mrs. Brede at HE 9.2189 or Mrs. MEATSFRYERS
I Mattel at HE 9-2203, ,
? Monday, December 17, Rev.

)Ir. and Mrs. Herbert Fullerof and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton will FLORIDA GRADE A "

J'I Warwick, N. Y.,. are now located go to Rivera Beach to give an DRESSED AND Lb.! 2Y'fFresh
art: program for the Christmas
,in their home on Palm .
\ '.- Island. They.recently retired and f meeting of the American: Association DRAWN, . .
plan Ito make their home. ,herein I of University Women.' ..,. .
the future. They will show 40 colored slides Boston Butt
Lykes All Meat Vacuum Packed
]. *,. from the greatest paintings of

,' *George Moody, Sr., traveled to the last four, centuries. The ftrk 12 Oz. '
Lake City last Wednesday to Stantons served In the Rivera Roast" 49 Franks 35*

A.1(j spend the night with and celebrate Beach Church just prior to , Cell*

t the; 'birthday of his son, moving to Flagler Beach., < ,

Lj,L -1 Moody,,<_ ._ _ Palm River SlicedBACON Larry's Home .Made-Pure PorkSausage
# Gardening V In Florida to have drooping lines. Pd1ADMAXWELL *
.. Regardless of what you 'plant 49qI' 49
,, I be sure ito have a landscapingplan
By Ben y Sborpe)
.. before placing the first .
"A plant is like a lovely lass root in the soil. This will prevent

because both :depend ',on shape II backaches later when you HOUSECOFFEE HENDERSON'S SUPERFINESUGAR

and v;color: 'for best eye;appeaL dig and move crowded orna-- '' ;' " .
jPlari'Cs. have' the advantage :mentals.. : '. .
shapeVwise!' because.' it., takes l The first step in making a .'. '. .' .

only a ship of. i the- shears landscaping plan .is' to make a ';:=::,-f _. ."::.:..:..... 1-.' .; :" <. : ,. ...: '
get ,back to the .proper to'j map OII& diagram of the .lot I .r .\ ... ., . ..
F while it ,may< take 'months, i showing'existing-features".., This )1 <- ; ':. .
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dieting' to take '.off' unsightly :plan should show buildings},, 1 LB. 39j ., ,. .. 5 L'_: , "

growth: :on,\.the young '1 lady. On I trees, roads, walks, plant beds, -' .. . ... _. .,::...'-.','J.' < 3 91i. ,
the oth"@ri- ..hand, it is not 'practical f banks and other features that "i.' .'. CAN' .' -....v",? .. .. .* .,. BAG .' .
'1 will affect the ; , .
:"to apply lipstick and:.rogueseveral landscaping pro- : '
tines. ,..a. day:.to aiv o.r.r:' ectUse ,I Limit'.1_Avith' $5.00 or more food order Limit |;: with $5.00'or. 'more too. order

mental, so,;thfc/cojor. 'in plants. graph paper, making ,
must\. ;..b.e'. \rfaturalM *!* '* "ii .' an accurate ,plot. ]pion: to jrepr > '' ; Size.303 ,
Sweet Treet I' *
Crushed )
sent the size and, .of tI|e Food.King Bartlett .
> ; shape ; a: '
{ to
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Color; oU?it Jthan green, is'on oof .l[r lot;: the size, shape and'location
the ,most? ',distinctive qualities:of t.'the .house; trees' and other I Pineappl '$1 00
ofj} plants. Therefore,: color gives I II ,features. Whenthe plan is. PEARS $1 dO FOR
accent . '
to landscaping
I drawn to scale, all Ihe features I FOR ;
!Warm colors- nred, orange andy "
will! be in the same<< relationship
lloW=-are., 'advancing colors.? 'have ? ; 303; Green GiantPEAS "
as they on tbk property; ..
They are, useful in 'landscape If I 12 Oz. Niblet -
A ruler with several different ,
work to- ,decrease' the -apparent scales, a' triangle, a Tsquareand 4 <
distance Colors;'add 'a welcome FR' 85
touch''to your,..ihojne.Cool .. drawing board are.useful. 1 CORN 75, .
.colors are receding and I t in drawing landscaping' plans. t .
This equipment is (not 'absplute-
give,'the impression .of distance.!r '
303 DelMonte Blue Lake Whole GreenBEANS
ly but it: is importantto
;; necessary 303 Tomato .
So, If you desire; to .keep. the j Stokley's ,
[I at least put your plan;. on
blU collectors' away from your' _pap r. Perhaps i .you, need is ' 3 ,
door, 'try plantingpr cbol colors- I 85"Jim
blue, green and'violet.; ..Cool a 'pencil and. a piece of cast-off I JO.IC'E''F FOY: : 59*:. ;:. : 'FOR.. :

olJi also make, the house cot-I wrapping paper. ;'. ; .. ,
;:: .
father beck on the lot. ;This is I:. When plants are already:? in ,- It. t"
cheaper} than moving the hous ".: place, the problem Is to plan Monogram Long: Grain :i iRICE :. DandyQuick. ". : : .. . '

Texture ,is*': another"thing:; to I the best use Jbt the .area ;and I II : :: ::5'lB: '

consider ir('seiecting-v plants for adapt the plan to the existing 1 '3'. LB. GRITS 33.

your landscape. It is admeasure I plants. It is often difficult to 3'9'7''; .... . , BIG, .. .
oil the coarseness'jpr: ;fineness of| include poorly spaced, plantings "BIG t ; .: '. . *>** .' :" ;.4. .',,' :

ornamental. Texture is into a .flrst-rate good-looking .. .. . .. ' '
; < Roma .. ... ..; .:. .
m iinly size, number, spacing i landscape. Therefore it is a Large Size Box ;' .. .. '

d type ofr leayes, ;BOWers 'andfrtilts. .I j'good idea to makethIan.. cape ..... ,: 'Qlirt.' .
Texture is also measured drawing without considering Wines : ,99 '

by. the appeafarkcejof: ; foerieaves: 'toamp" plants. After'the',draw .
; : B "le\ .
such as dull, glossy'of
--shape.J-riri; scase_ "&fttfreyoung to make some changes to . '. Fine for. : Holiday. olrlng, ,. ., .
-b1r'a : "
': : ; ) "
ladY: : plantar are let the existing plants *remain. ..., ...
m asured by how it grows. Linesi in their locations: I "
r c 1 u d e vertical, horizontal, :: : ; :
arphing, droopng-: .itd.1rtegular. For additional i information on. .
epa, nap.dita'an&sa ..II landscaping. 'ask your ':county PECANS '<'MIXED NUTS--BRAZIL. NUTS--.,WALNJJTS- FRUIT' '.. CAKE MA. .;:.
'cabbage palmetto'be agent for Agricultural Extension ; r.. '
can used:to complement ver-. Service Bulletin 179, '"Landscap: v.
tl ,
horizontal element. ,, II' to. I PRODUCE- .
a .
Inte: the hump i of earth of. '.a " Oz. Birdseye Long Island l WhitePotatoes.'w,. ,

tea-partly. aboveground fallout'shel- J '.
Spinach W 39QFrc.h
?"or Irregular lines try plantIn s.
I spirea or Japanese privit ggE :

If :you like :depressive moods, 10 Oz. Birdseye Green .
then set out jasmines and pow

ddrpuffs. These plants are said I ,STRAWO Pkgs. "Ml"1 *
I I 55 Cabbage 5

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i 0. F. ALF BDI I Prompt Service 16 Oz. Marios CheesePIES Lb. Ctn. Red Ripe'Tomatoes

.. Registered. : PLACE'YOUB ORDER WITH US '''u' Efc "'
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, Thursday, Dec.- 13, '1962 THE FLAGLER 'JMffiUNE JBUNNELL. FLORIDA r PAGE" .FIVE. . .
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I _ Drive Safely -

Qo ti .
Over Holidays

LOC A L Being Urged'I .

t I The Florida Highway Patrol

r today issued an appeal to driv-

ers to get ready for the year-end

FBEDA DEEN 'HOSTESS ATTENDS STATECOMMITTEE holiday traffic rush by deciding

TO COUNTRY CLUB early todrive with care and patience -

CHRISTMAS MEETING in heavy congestion.
,'Mrs. I Dr. Allen Reynolds is in
:Freda Deen was hostess I
Naples this weekend to attend streets will be overtaxed
"City -
to members of the Country Club: .._. '.
for their Christmas meeting on the' committee meeting on Rural with traffic as- the holiday .
Health problems. Dr. Reynoldsis buyingseason activity increases i
Monday evening at her home, The old Joke about "get a the old general:store oldtim-
representing the State Dental said Patrol Comdr.H. .
806. East Moody Boulevard. horse" is out of date, of ers remember- so well. :" .
Society at the meeting. He will N. Kirkman "which calls for
The Christmas theme decora. '' course. One thing, however,.
be accompanied there by Mrs. extra precautions and self con .
tions were used throughout ". Today's modern' vehicles' hasn't changed much:-.And
and drive.
Reynolds family.. trol when you
home as well as the refresh. are so usually dependable this is_ the matter.of tepe.i" -t

ments. Gifts were exchanged Arriving this week to spend : Pedestrians' will be in a hurryas that manufacturers Have extended ' ability. The oldtim*JmjeVchan, ;

among. ,the members. the holidays with Mr. and, Mrs. they crowd into shopping periods ,of gu ran.was known throughout.'.the.':.. '

'i ?New officers elected were: Louis Trad are, their son, Sam areas and many of them will teed performance This Is community as a "man of.-his, ."": .,.
Lesa Tilton, president; Gertie good, because dependabil"T. "
violate safe walking practices.
. .
Trad of California ;, and their word. ,;.. .
Ramsey, vice. president; Pat >ity.is an'important.word. "
"Drivers must be on .the ,alert : .
daughter, Mrs. H.. W. Andersonand Some t hi nglaYe ; : .
Cbwart, secretary; Madge. John- : for pedestrians:' declared Kirk When one stops to think
Mike and' Bill, of changed it's-true .
sons yet you
story, treasurer Molly: ,Bertha, ,
; ; man, but pedestrians also havea about it, the modern stores :
Houston, Texas. still.get a guarantee of value ;,1 "
repPrter.1i responsibility to follow the in our town's business section
They will be joined the Christ- 'and service when : d ;
you'.tr .r 'f'
,:Members. present were: ,Gertie rules of safe walking." . have progressed just as much:
mas weekend 'by their,son ki: law towith folks who really,-want'i'
1 Ramsey,, Naomi Pellicer, :Florence Other tips given by,the patrol as the.auto. The stores of
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe I,
business tomorrow ;
Tilton, Pat Cowart, Lisa leader was: .day carry art evengreater your .
Tilioh, Marjorie Kinney, Molly Kiley and son Jimmy also Mr. variety of merchandise than. well as today. :*" "

Bertha,' Phyllis Bertha, Jeanette"Madge Anderson.Mr. Make arrangements well in i ., .. .:..' ...

Bertha,. Johnston, Betty I advance of- the holidays to allow '

Mopre. Mrs. S. H. Cameron wasa .. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertsonhiid' adequate travel time. for '
guest' The door prize:was'won as, their: guests during the any' trip you may plan: .. ;: 1'.'.7\ ; '. .. 6 : \:. : ':

'i by j Mrs. Moore. weekend' her parents, Mr.. and If you plan a long trip be ''t . ,. .iI.. . .. ._. .., ... .

ijhe Christmas Party will,'be Mrs. W. R., Anderson, of Kings- 'sure that 'there is -an altematet ..'.,'.. ':.. i'TI ;

t held on, December 22 at/ 'the. land, 'Georgia. driver' with"'you' or'stop at regu : ..... :,,:.- : .,":; !
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Union _HalL. lar intervals to rest and get .. '." I' :t}I. .

-# .t i_ .',' . ,1 Mr. and-Mrs. ; Harry McKenney sufficient sleep.. ,I I I ..

CHUHCH. .NEWSBrifNELL 1 were .recent weekend visitors. in -, --
METHODIST ' Jacksonville where .they vjsited

Qiurch, school at 10. A.M::Sun:; with her 'brother, Mr. and Mrs.
; 'Ross 'Newsom. 'They also visited .
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day.Morning'worship' 11 ,A. M. :with their son .in. law and ..
eve daughter, Mr., and Mrs.Bill MOrris -
nil Y. F.6 P.M., Sunday;' ','.*.." '
sand family.
Choir practice on Wednesday
at S' P. M. Mrs. Martin Harding' and Her
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/ sister, Akins of 4
r-; ,, ; Mrs. Virginia" y
Beth Knight, daughter of Mr. Palatka, are spending" 'several -s' '..a. .

and Mr$;. Gene Knight; underwent days in Wyandotte, Michigan on :+, X.kt 1
"business? J 4 ": \
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{: Chkptef O 'E.s. held Bangkok's cluttered canals

its Christmas ,party irilthe.lla-: .qualify the city; .as the Venice
sonic Hall , Members' gave Christmas giftsin Geographic Society says. Thecanals t

gay wrappings t.o'be sent to : weave through the old f&L
the :Masonic Home in St. 'Petersburg part -of Thailand's ca'pltalpast

. t-?, . anbienf Buddhist temples and 'i'
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houses' on 's llis. The waterways
Mr. and .;IrS. T:/E. Holden left ; '
in thei'main part of
the} capital,
Wednesday to spend the -
however are being filled (-to
in Elizabethton,;.Tenn. with :
.make. room. for paved roads:
the Julian: Caudlll family. ,

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r < i I ..;.-.:. waysKto make Christmas really: special .in .can-set.the BeD Chime for louder bell '

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With exteaaoa phones, for Mom in the And consider this- these and other useful, .
5 ]96,3 kitchen for Dad in his den and for eVery
:: Saturday; January I modem telephone services are so easy to-
one in the family room. Step-saving, timesaving order.. Just call the Business Office or ask. I

t extensions come in a wide choice of yOur telephone man.Southern.
We: Will Close Each colors and styles.

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Saturday 12:00.Noon.. family's regular telephone service. Home ;

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: utell torium football letters were hard work and ,concentration, | '"The importance of this new prove their homes. Second, they
Bu Jt&jU I
t + awarded to the,players who bad j but it also proved .fascinating act is emphasized by the fact can finance the cost of the

.School New earned them. Five sophomore j and exhilirating when: Wendy that by 1980, more; than 10 million building site as 'well as the

r boys earned letters. They were: I j discovered how many tangents I persons over age 62 will dwelling with the loan and

: Caroline Clifton School Editor Mike Hornsby, defensive guard; this 'white-collar" field offered, be living in rural areas," Al third, co-signers may be used
Walter Townsend, kicker.; Elbert I and met i the challenge to establish I leger says. by elderly applicants who are

BETA CnUUB-The following Tucker halfback; Tommy Me- I a "doubles" team rela- deficient in repayment ability.For .

were ,elected for membership. in Daniel, guard; and Levi Bran-' tionshiup between secretary and "This new ''legislation will en- complete information on

the: Beta: Club: Ida Allen, Heidi nam, tackle. boss. I able many of them to live with the new loan plan, Alleger sug

Eisenbach, Marie Fl urle, Gloria Mary Pache, reporter. By Library Assistant dignity in comfortable and sanitary gests getting in touch with your

,Johnston, Kandyce Lovell, Jennie FTA-The FTA Club held a' Linda Harris. I housing," he adds. local Farmer's Home ,Adminis-v

Bennett, .Nell'' Johnston, Dianne brief meeting on Tuesday dur ':The provision will provide tration office. Or complete detailscan

'Greene, Mike Hornsby, ing the lunch period. The ,purpose 'I senior citizens with three spe be obtained by writing to .

Jesse McKnight, and Alton Ford.A was to discuss plans for Home ImprovementFor cial advantages not formerly William T. Shaddick, state director

special assembly,,program, will the Christmas party for the available. First, they can buy Farmer's Home Administration

be'heldn, January for the 'induction I teachers. Rural Elderly} previously .occupied existing P. O. Box 579, Galnes-

of these new members. j jI jI I Mary Pache reporter.Mrs. Elderly persons in rural areas housing: as well as build or im I ville, Florida.
Frances Wadsworth, kin
.SENIRe, ,CLASS-The Senior can now obtain financial aid -
dergarten teacher at Bunnell
ClaSS:. is .now sponsoring several School initiated into I I for repairing, buying or building

fund railing activities. A profit High Delta Kappa, was Gamma, ,National I I f a home. HAIL MR. BASKETBALL
bf slxty.flve dollars and ten j r According :to D. E; Alleger, ,
Society, for outstanding women .
cents vas made from the turkey teachers. University of Florida Agricultural ._ --- T

shoot' held' On :Saturday.The- The ceremony took place'at'1 i Experiment Station economist -
Seniors sell cake in the cafeteria i the recent signing of the
the Student Union Building at I
each Tuesday and Thursday. Stetson University on Saturday Senior Citizens Housing. Act by
Sweatshirts with Bunnell Bull. i President makes it
'a December 0'.1 I Kennedy possible
evening, 8th, at 6 I
dog on them are now being. sold clock. I, for rural dwellers 62 years
with $andy Gumble in charge : of age and over to obtain loans
Mrs. Emma Murray, a Delta
.of the, .orders. The Christmas Kappa 'Gamma member, servedas I i from USDA's Farmers Home Ad-
I Ball sponsored by. the Senior ministration.
: escort for' Mrs. Wadsworth. I
Class will be held on Decem Alleger, who has made extensive -
1 ,A banquet was held after the
.' her 21.Seniors. studies 'of rural retire-
inititation for all Rho Chapter I
t ;: .; are being: counseled members., ment in Florida,. found in his

:, individually by ,Mr. Cannon to I research that in many cases In-
obtain. their results from ,the come was the, limiting factor in r

p Senior. Placement Tests. THE BOOK NOOKDRAG -JI making 'improvements. _

:: Carol Hoskins, reporter. Now,he says a direct loan can
DOLL be obtained at, four percent interest ..
NEW STUDENT-Sandra Edge I By R. W. Campbell I

,has enrolled in. our. school in I Interested. in: a good book, . and may be paid back
: over a period of 33 Al
grade SB. :Sandra 'rri .then DRAG DOLL by R. W. : years.
school. from DillOn-- Elementary'I Campbell is the one your looking leger also points out that an 4 '', ir
School in Dillon, South Carolina.i iSherVllves for. elderly applicant who does not P TaA-iuAl. -

:. .ln Bunnell. ',. It is the story of, a group of, have, enough income to repay,
i. LIBRARY. CLUB-At, 'the Library boys who spend .all (their'' time ,a .rural, housing loan may now!
fit be able ,to qualify if a relative. !
,- Club meeting. last Wed.nestfay trying to do: something to ,their
the plans for ,.themChristmas or. someone else with adequate ]
', cars to, make them go just.a:
..- party were made. The little bit faster. Read-and learn repayment ability cosigns his I I

party,will be held \?the,,Wom how these 'boyS became interested note"

!( an's Club, at Flagler Beach on in a car club, how the
:i December 19 for*'the Library cops of their county'helped them

Club. '.members and ,their dates. finance the club and how by-

I It will' be a buffet supper,with! having tjiis. club it kepttheseboys ; 4 DECEMBER; 1962
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dancing afterwards. .It'is antici out of trouble. i. ; / ',
paled to. be a big success. By Library Assistant \ FRIDAY "
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.'' The. Library Club, is t also.feelp vBrfce, Hosford. .'t ,'jH "_...J .. .- NOAY, MONDAY TUESDAY' - . :
.. ing vto decorate, the CIiristniastree ? it ,' i.. .' JGl / .'. 1. t
in the- school hall. _. r "
Marsha Dun1i'nee. reporter Frederick Allen kbtiC.GftS i ,aye smMt to gwe.ajsgioJLeteiue: !

GRADE 10-At the Wednesday This is history in a very funny .

aftern.oon'' assembly in the audi 'and vivid form. The.,author portrays

America in, the early 1920s .
and. through to the brink 'of
World War II. His humor and r

'sense'of importance lends to the 'El'' ''' '
Ruh P s entire story a feeling of fantasy

instead of history. The reader ,
begins to absorb the facts of his-

tory and the details regarding

the customs and .mode of living.

I 1 These facts are in regard to {1 ;:

Prompt Service i the' middle class more so thanto

PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US I the upper and extreme lower

classes. The reader feels that
The Tribune I
Flagler I
he is actually living in the time' n
Phone ZDlawood 7-3288 and forgets that he is readinga I' ,

___aU. Florida story. I I ;-r. !

This. paperback book is recommended .'I

PAL PARKER'S.. INC. for those interestedin i

Automatic Specialty .OatarUHAKE history but are not interestedin I I

RELINED. SUU6 just straight facts on the important I S
rmtn.cllRVROLET.PLTMONTH events but also the people I H: tl.tLwSt P AN ELECTRIC GIFT SAYS '
OTHER $1... and the way they Uved.I I Christmas" ALL YEAR
25 "Merry
540 Mason, Ave. Daytona, Sandy Gumble.N- "' I ;? 3 ;'I

Would you like to read an in-
RCA VICTOR teresting book? Well THE_
-LOOK, FOR TUB P1CTURKIIC Jack London is suitable
THE WIn OOW- a one.
Southern Badlo & T l rWan The story is about a dog whichis

22* E. Granada Ph. ,OR 7-2001- , stolen. in California, when ?
ORMOICD3Uaglrr are Enough
the gold rush, just started in

,Alaska. They needed many dogs -
which could stand the weather
and also pull,sleds for the pros-

*. FLORIDA pectors. Buck the dog, was one I
of the unlucky oneS found.for. fret and view about what to five? This Christmas
this purpose Buck soon learns. five Electrical Gifts right straight down your list...and
MML Y.B. FULLER. Editor I everyone will be clad you did! An Electrical Gift is pop
the law of the club and fang. '
ular.practical..preferred! It's always in good taste
Deasnated Official Pal bllcatl. Library Assistant ...always sure of a hearty welcome in any home. And
.... Flynn Edmonsam it keeps on giving for years!
Pablle Natlee
r f Flatter L. "
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c..t7'!'; }I t lclpalttlM, ,tfcerela Visit your favorite store today and see the marvel
WENDY SCOTT. SECRETARYBy g ous selections. And remember: this year the NEW
and the State ff Florida
Lucy''Graves Mayo I LOOK in gifts is ELECTRIC!
Wendy Scott; lively
Entered Fa second .claaa matter :
suburban teenagerfond of, tennis I
February 6. 1913.,atthe; poatofflce and' dancing and serious GET THIS 32.PACEJ/ : <::: _.. / ',' ,-.t,
at Bunnell. Florida\under act of FREE BOOKLET / 1t( /.I"y fit flameless L ;
"' school activities, too, arrived at .
March M1TL 5. :: . at efedncal ippfcancc starts."ATreasury ..AND ELECTRIC OIVIHO. TOO
a)Decision toTbecome' a secretary oi Christ amIdeas' r : .....,' ,' f- . '.
.") .t t .... rather casually; She. found the 'I*kghtta year work ;-
One ;.''' $2.505L25, CRI ,
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training quite different from: Md bnjMt* your. . ..
Six months '- '
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what she had expected. meant 1 HCLPIHQ. BUILD fLOKlOAJ

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_'Thursday: Dec. 13, 1962 -- -. .THE .FLAGLER.. .TRIBUNE., ,BUNNELL; FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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i -Dutch-speaking- - north. onomle breakthrough with turboJets and implanting church steeples.The accepted by Dr. R. A. Dennison,

: I Common Market The Dutch themselves are usedto j which are now in produc- Air Force provided two :head department of Food' Tech-

just such bootstrap operationsas tion. Less complicated than helicopters to the National Geo- nology and Nutrition, University .

,i. V Builds 'PowerfUl the -Common Market They I their piston-engine predecessors, graphic and Smithsonian Insti- :of Florida. ..
; say God created all the world j the turbo-jets are expected to cut tution in 1949 for an, archelogic-
; 'This is the third year the Institute
,; t I.World. Force except the Netherlands, which operational costs in half. They al expedition into Panama of Food Technologists

I : ,On the patchwork quilt,of the I they had to dredge up from the may revive an abandoned post. jungles.In has offered these scholarshipsFood
sea themselves. The latest project war prophesy: "A helicopter in the summer of 1957, Washington i
1 European map, a new shape technology is the study of
: suddenly looms bigger and I has turned the Zuider Zee every back yard.** became curious when ]j i I chemistry, physics, biology and
& into a shriveled lake and addeda Despite its relatively\ short helicopters started practicing!
brighter than the ,r *t. i I[engineering applied to the industrial -
It is called, somewhat prosaically twelfth province. The Nether span of success, the helicopter landings on the White House! processes used in the

\ the European Economic . ,lands is pot. much bigger than has a long history. Leonardo da I lawn.' Without fanfare, milItary I i I utilization, preparation, processing -
Community. I Maryland. It leads the world in ,Vinci dreamed of building one craft began. to serve routinelyas f packaging and distribution

Geographically, the alliance of;dairy exports, yet must import I in the 15th century. Many designers air taxis for the First Familyand i of consumer food products.
food to feed its healthy population owed their lives to the visiting dignataries.Scholarships :
six nations is one-eighth the Candidates interested in food
: of 11666000.; It is Europe's
V fact that their contraptions nev- i
r size of the United States and science and technology should
most nation.
densely populated .
. i. has nine-tenths as many peo- er budged from the ground. For apply to Dr. Dennison for these

i .ple--i70: million in all; the National i West Germany, with American Both Alexander Graham Bell I freshman scholarships as soon

Geographic Society says. aid and a; national knack for and Thomas Edison experimented I In as possible. The scholarships
I Some economists believe it II hard'work-achieved an economic with' rotary-wing flight. College Study I t can be renewed for an additional -

promises to be'the'world's great- miracle even before the It was Igor Sikorsky, however, year provided a good fresh-
*, est economic and industrial mon Market clicked, the, Com-I who had the notion, that he Food TechnologyApplications I man academic record is achiev

power, overshadowing even the al Geographic Society could build a craft able to fly from high school ed. The IFT also provides or ,
Soviet Union and the United Within the Federal Republic straight up, down, backward seniors for 15 $300 college scholarships administers grants for advanced -

.' -I- States. -I (the: former U.S., British, and forward, sideways, or hover offered by the Instituteof undergraduate and graduate. .
t V Known less formally as the I I French zones) are western. Eu stock-still. Finally, in 1939 SI- Food Technologists are being study in this field.

Common Market, the Community I II rope's most important coal de- korsky demonstrated't e first - .-
is the embryo of the "United I posits, ,also iron ore, potash, truly practical helicopter in the '

States: of Europe" urged by Sir zinc, lead, oil. ,Forty-two 'percent United States. Exclaimed a: wldeI -, ..,t.. ...;.

I I Winston Churchill. A, trade partnership of: West Germany's 54 mil eyed mechanic: : "It's the biggest : ... :.-' .t.
r ( founded by Belgium,! lion people work in industry.1 1 I darn lie I ever saw." o. .. ' . ,'. ...
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France, Italy, tiny Luxembourg, Stretching in stairstep zones The first Sikorsky whIrlybird -- .-: :-.,: ',;,-'.: :
. the Netherlands and West ,Germany 'I from the North Sea to the Alps, destined for useful work, rose ; .' 1JiM '. : }.:,

i .it is proving remarkably i iI' the. country is'about the size of from Bridgeport, Connnecticut, ... I !- ;>. co ':;

I'' successful In tearing down trade I Oregon. in 1942 for delivery to the Army _. .....1..Lb_ .. .. :r: : ,.'
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J fences, and ,letting goods...and, Luxembourg's fairytale castles, Air Corps. Coast Guardsmen .' .'L- .: :, ; ,4t<' ,.,r..
V people rhove freely. .i green valleys, and' miniature carried out the first pf innumerable -: "'.'.,'.1. t j". .,; ,"

> Suitors in Line towns belie its position as the I mercy mission in 1944.. The I .... ., :. .;... .. .-...."''.''.

:. Since it was set up in 1958, .,world's> first-ranking steel producer Navy received its first production ":

the Common Market: has put I I per capita.; Its 315,000 people line helicopter irr 1946, and the, : . :\( .
vacuum'cleaners In the'hinds are of mixed Gallo-German-! first commerdar helicopter- ,< = ,

j; of peasant women, frozen :.foodV Ic stock. Their cozy Grand i tense was issued the same year. .

i( in iceboxes, shiny: slew arsf on't Dutch ,51 by 35 miles, is nest 'Advances in Korean War < : > <.. <:k}. ; ,;

T highways. Industrial output has! led between Belgium, Germany, The Korean War spurred1xthe ., ; 5000 : ;..
: risen eight percent a j year. : and: France. .1 testing and development of'heli- ;. .. : .;' .':. ; ;... ::,. \ '
] So, like ,Cinderella. the.ball Froace' Zs ,Granary ., airlifted 'A = ;'
: copters. Marine" craft .j. :' :;, .s :.T .S.& H GREENSTAMPS: i; ... ,
: maiden'unexpecteTdly ,
or a mousy : France to the visitor .
may 60,000 men and' 7% million Cons : >- r ;
overtaken by an interesting .seem a handsomely landscaped of cargo.over rugged' terrain .;;> ;. -, .. ; ;.,-. .:, .-; -.' nv < .' :' '. : '.
}inheritance! ,the _Common Market'has ' parkland that one crosses versatility 'of '
i enjoyably The chaines reliability and : With Purchase Any Lindsay . .
eager suitors.. Four na to get from Paris to another <
L wrote a new chapter in .
tions including the United ;z.: i ; : '
charming city. Actually; military' history: American pilots CONDITIONER .J
$ Kingdom, have applied for
Itsfertile northern plains makeit .
did everything but turn '..! . .' . .. ..... .'
membership. Other countries the continent's biggest wheat' '* rJ :<' :. : :. -' ,6. : 'r t'.;" ti. ;
their 'copters upside down and > .
seek, at least, some form .of 'PURCHASED ..BEFORE CHRISTMAS :.1962'CALL :: .
r producer outside Russia. France use the blades against nemy' of !;." ." t; ', '. 1- : ." :S., }
hand-holding .association- also lS.oneof, the,;.world's. leading'indusl'rlal'rations ground troopsw ... .
It. **:. r frCfifl'' j P' _. -' I.' ' J ; .-i
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- : ..Meanwhl1ethejlelicopter was LOCAL DEALER : "T" ): '.
I 'most casual wanderer I ports textiles, chemicals, steel proving a jackofallpeacetimetrades. , ' ., .t" "IL'.> 'j,,

er "western Europe: can see autos, machinery, leather and I An obvious rescue and Ir"-t: :: rR M ANDERSON f.- ": '''1 t,
it visible evidence of the Common luxury goods, ,wines, fashions. ., :. .. J.f.J .
; ,
; ; search vehicle, it: also was press- w.r .. .
Market Cars for instance 'W th
There almost' 46, million '
k are ed into 'such varied services as' .. Phone HE 9-2048 : : ;;" : .
EUR. The sign Trattoria "
wouldft ," -5 : i .
Frenchmen; their; country t . -
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monitoring traffic, patrolling forests ...
over :a restaurant in a German .comfortably, into Texas. ., V V .' V .I....\.,
factory town. An Italian adver "Italy's, antiquities provide an dusting crops,}rounding up I
cattle, surveying, laying pipe, .
tisement for, skilled workers. .in incomparablesetting for 'a .dazzlingly -I -- ... : ' .. .y ,': :

a Dutch newspaper. ? ,modernized, nation ,-. .- '''15''f.
By American ..standards,. Com- str: ng'w th superhighways, .

mon Market distances aren't studded with busy factories, --. . 1i
really i'great. It is no farther j I skyscrapers, and supermarkets. .
from. Amsterdam to Naples than ,J. : '
The present-day poison admires '
from Washington: D.C., to Mi- s,sports cars' just as his',ancestors UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT
ami. A French businessman can loved chariots. Italy is slightly i

fly from Bordeaux !to .Bonn in{larger than Arizona and con- :

less time than an. American(tarns more than 50 million peat , .

counterpart could get from New. ple.. Their industrial creativity.I . -
York to Chicago.Far overcomes the nation's lack of I X ;.
greater are. the mental !natural resources. : .
distances that ,had to be spanned I .' :
the barriers of national interest ' Promise .
,to be overcome, in form <
ing the Common Market. When
Expansion In The '.';'..> '
nations '
the six agreed on agricultural '
policy In the winter of 'r

1962, Germany's Walter Hall-', Helicopter Industry ;
Bamboo . H
stein, the chief executive officer Barn &
Slowpoke in the field of avia . < .
of EEC, noted dryly that the
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tion, the .helicopter may; yet be- ... ;. : .
feat took 137 hours of_ negotia- ;
come a, magic carpet for commoners .
tion, the perusal of 582,000 pages, '
of documents and three heart as well as kings: ; ; V

attacks by participants. I Though performs the tasks improbable its inventors machine -- :if.: ; Cocktail.Lounge.

Before the: six nations workedout
dreamed of wobbled Y, .
never ,
,tariff ,
a basic policy in 1958, i -', ; -
they had, to come to terms on, through infancy and did not V ",
into its until after Highway A1A - FLAGLER BEACH ;
2,600 conflicting customs regula I come own : V, /
tions. regulations filled five World War II, the National Geographic I > ;F:

immense ,green tin trunks,, Society says. \
known collectively as 'The Mon- Only 10,000 or so helicpoters .

ster"capital as to they capital;were for shipped conferences.from I have Regularly been built scheduled in this passeng country. Come*' and enjoy Your' favorite drinks
er service is available in merely I '
thumbnail Sketchest
The Common Market apposes'I S four cities-New York, Chicago, I . Entertainment every Saturday Nite. .

an interesting combination of. Los Anglese, and San Francisco.I I
nations. Only San Francisco's helicopter

Belgium, small U,779 square line operates without a govern 1 .
L miles) and crowded (some 9.f ,- ment subsidy. I This: 'andrSaturday. Nite --Dance,. to .

153,000 people, is a giant work : Costly to Operate .
*v- B
shop. Forty per cent of BelgiansworIc The problem is a familiar onemoney. : the Music of Tommy Brown : I '
in heavy industry. Ports, Helicopters are com- .- :

F rivers, canals and highways plex mechanisms expensive to: .
L serve ,as trade arteries for the run ,and maintain. An ..experi
continent. Brussels is the provisional I mental giant designed to lift a
capital of the Common 15-ton payload cost its builder I FLAGLER COUNTY RESIIENTS WELCOME!

:Market. A language line just below |four million dollars. -

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f a/French-speaking south and copter industry forsees an ec-


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.. : grass-- But the sundews were certain species of flies and small to why there are so many [ that can use insects as their '
;< i t : ; hard to fool with unedible art moths make their homes within insectivorous plants in Florida. source of nitrogen to survive
r commonly; feed on their icles. When he placed a bit of these leaves and are immuneto Several specialists have suggested I here; while elsewhere, in richer :

'- _" .'.leaf tf .neighbors: f\t,.J -..>but' .some' chalk or wood on the hairs, the ; the deadly secretion. that it is related to the lackof I soils, other kinds of plants have I

F .:;.plal!!$..fight? back., ". You've probably plant was quick to reject it. j i Insectivorous butterworts blossom ,I nitrogen in many-- Florida crowded them into extinction. !

}: j,,I. *! :heard' of ;,(nsect-eating Another plant with an interesting in bright purple and yel'
t., 1...> plants,*but''.'what.you may not way of capturing its in.I low. The blossoms of the but- .
*t"f"knbW'Is"is That some 20' dif- sect dinner is the pitcherplantThe !I terwort are pretty but the leavesare m ; Wlotoris eoutt

t '..f'Vferent; ,'species'. ,.. .t'.these, insectiv- most comon species in 'Florida I treacherous. Actually the 0,66 te,: i
10 ,1. "*> is the spotted pitcher-plant. butterwort. was named for the '
r .' -jqrous: plants! ,.thrive ,on Florida's11pinelatlds j jf' I greasy appearance of its leaves. I
;and marshes: (f' The pitcher-plant sports long i iI They are covered with a secretion .
hollow leaves wherein it traps 1 I that down small .: )
i Acoonflrig ito 'Dr. Daniel Ward, I glues any t :
! '.' % unwary insect trespassers. The I( insect that touches them. .<
r" /aisistant'professor:, and botanist 1 I pitcher-plant has a
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t' ':;'Xn, i :triiT University of :FloridaAgricultural small hood that covers the open 1 The leaves also have a slight ..

r :.:. : .Experiment Sta- end of its hollow leaf. 'The back I power of movement and when
:tionsf i..our' Stindews: :,pitcHerplarits of the hood.is dotted with trans an insect 'is.. caught near 'the I I OPEN'- .
"' 'ijutterworts and bladder"wiirjs'are'a'lliisect'eaters.; lucent spots from which ',the edge of the leaf, the margin 1 : NOW
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plant derives its .name. rolls inward and covers the in i -
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} way sector pushes toward the caner. -
t. 'ti'cdhsuirilrig'i'isect''irlctlrris. : . These spots have a special"; 'As'soon as "'an insect is ..
'; "l 5',l.t."MM :r'tl. I: 1 :t t : f function. When ;an "insect enters ,: caught; a secretion of a very 'dif . h. '.: .. NEW DISCOUNT, . RATES .... : ,...
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i 't could;t appear' 'moreinnocent .-alluring' fragrarice''of: a' special dissolves insect .l _, For Friends. and. Families: of Local" i i ze .i.t-

i than a t1n -.sunde+1. 'This'.plant nectar inside; he finds himself I the captive '. .' .' . .... -. .. : ,::, .'.'_: '. .
is a rosette of greenish-red in'.a -dark 'cavern. It. flighted. This ..enr'iched'' '. secretion is -,'" .- n: P.JiONE.OR COMEDY: : :. .-,' . j. : .: ".
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." ,S drops of dewy liquid. Often the dows. And like a bee trappedin act similar.to, that'of the tom,- ...... "" .<.',.. "Ch-k..W."tL.v U:. First ." .... ..'..... > .-vi',.. :
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I blossom. A fly, attracted by :the. against; the windows :trying to -The::'actipa. of,this.,secretion -. : ..: : : FOR : ,'s.' i<- :
t : j glossy dew, alights U>n. a leaf escape, the; insect flies franctlc--,' 4s"jso:.powerful that an, insect .. : .. < :::. >, . ,- _: : : .; ; : _
: i only to find that the FteAr: ,drops 'ally. at.. the clear spots on the. after. :lying,. In tIt; 'for .a; few .. :'," : LOWEST COST "fP.:,,, .
jj are' more sticky than gluey.: 'The. i back of the, hood. At length .hesinks'with hours falls .to'pieces! if anattempt THE' FINEST'.,AT..,', '.'THE r- ::. '. . -' f,' ,. .. .'.; '
| pretty',reddish, hairs .act:as tent.. exhaustion to the bottom . ; Is made: to"remove, it.. 1.... . to. ..';. . .' .
f acles,' slowly closing, in' on.their of the hollow leaf. -' < -- ': ::'" .Overnight. _.'Room .-7KitcheDe'tte :.::"7" Cottages:
ji helpless ,',victim: As they surround .- I Bladderworts are water pirates; :: ::
( the prey, ,the leaf curls I But the windows are 'only .an snaring their; victims, in :tiny' 'I : ":
e. inward and .-a digestive Juice alternate means of capturing: 'l bster.l ke traps\ 'beneath: the : :; : .
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jj pours out that''dissolves'the:: '! inf .prey. The), pltcl -plant is lined water: surface. They also sport Best ; ', a: Happy
sect. Chemical- analysis proves: with .stiff' down-pointed baitS: I attractive ,above-water "blossoms '
t this digestive juice-corresponds Descending into the leaf is easy,' of purple and: yellow:' ':The:tiny .: H I day"Se'as I1. . . .
E. very closely to the.;gastric;.Juice ;'but return is impossible. And traps:'g 'from'the: bladderwort ,,,: .,:.: ..'i, . ; "
t in, the human stomach. what is waiting at the base of 'leaves.. <;Each trap','has a :single. .r. . .._ : '. ;;;'. ...... .
the leaf? At the bottom .of thisspatted opening one-way' 'valve.. A ; :
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and 'whether she loves with a local merchant for r I '

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Some thmgs.one. can be he sells quality merchandise .
t certgin! about .4,,.'the number at fair prices and that his ; r
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Dec.. 13, 1962. THE.W4GI JL'fJmHJ1ffl..JIWf ? t;' .W I.t' AGENINE, I
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i 1 I more varied:; Amerlcaris' eating]? srl"cuiture. his books, ''\Vi at one collects i Ing: and becoming something
. : Economy and, Diet I I habits are liVelier for the inno- {II _amollg-successful immigrantsIntroduced n the share: of seeds ,and plants worth while to somebody long t,
vations. i :\: Trough Dr. Falr3iild's '1 s Is Enriched By .. t ,efforts were Persian melon ____ '- -.-.- -:cr' <.
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labor of that
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Guatemalan avocado
' Egyptian
Plant i lasted his. lifetime. "Workingwith .
Explorations cotton, Peruvian alfalfa. ,
.. ** x *"!- a-. j _>- plants is not really' work the Chinese. soy bean,: ndt, Ja'paI ,24 Hour I
f.,. The search for foreign, plantsfood at all," he used to say. "Wan zpysia. lawn- grass. Rare Wr ckeiService *
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ntedichiai .and prnamerial l.
il ; dering from village to village, ,
: palms and orchids addtpvthe
alfOOrri ana i1a ,off adventureand . I seeking some new plant variety : FairchildTr,11cal .
; charm 56f5Florida's
romance. Its history of goes I which might ,be worthy of'send- G arden, named in his Flagler Track Tractor: Co.
t back to, the earliest days ex- home...that is the life." honor.

:: '. ploration.s. ; t ,. Young _Fairchild mountedt his; Though offlcialy retired, in Grove MA Ey-FERGUSON'
Nearly '2,500 years before/, the expedition several before 1 > .: ,- Farts Industrial Equipment
. I prst ,years 35 to. his Florida home at Coconut ... , .
birth of Christ, Egypt's Queen I the Washington,,bureau was drove, ,t>r. Fairchild still VIRGIL DECKER: lP" 5 Phone ID 7-3242 .
1 Hatshepsut, sent out an :expedition created. It almost ended in dis followed the luQ pf occasional I-
that ,returned wltlv! Jiving;l aster.' Owner Bunnell, Florida :
\ < distant plant hunts. He found ....
4 myrrh trees and other aroniat- I time to record his experiencesin c
ics, the National He was exploring an isolated -
t' say I such stimulating books as
I area of Corsica for cuttings of
Society. Columbus found anew "The: World Was My Garden" r traFUERAL >
the island's .lemonlike, citron
world while seeking a short cut{1 f and Garden Islands of the tRAIG HOME
r to the spices of the Indies., kl. tree, ,wl-e'1..h? ,was picked up..asa I Great East." ,
r valry over products of ,the soil spy. He managed, however, I ,. J.
I At his side from 1905 was his' A. H. cRAIG Dh' etor
himself jaiL
has 'course of to. talk out of. Onhis I ,. .
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daughter of
few twigs from a roadside '-
: Curiously, however, governments \citron. Bell-who survived her husband DY'
until 24 1962. Their I EQUIPPED
\ were slow to regard The cuttings, stuck in raw potatoes September ,' ,
: : plants as resources and to set I to keep them moist, ar- I private garden, with its fascinating cHAPEL1ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
up' orderly methods for introducing varieties of experimental I
5 neJip Jcles and t'making 1 loaned rivedjsafely the! basis inArnerica._. ot a:,California They. tropical plants, was a mecca for Phone ID 7-3532 .. II
them available In the united I orchard which Dr. Fairchild students of horticulture.As MOODY BUNNELL.
201 E. BLVD.
I States, the Department of Agri I Dr. Fairchild wrote in ''one .
? had ,,the pleasure of visiting inyears
culture established its'Section,of .to. come.' j ; -
Seed and Plant introduction only[ I
Hazards and Hardships ..,.
in 1897. ... ... ,
: ...Adventures. and hardships Lll..a.V MbMr..Oawow.o. SI NyS --- A11IMf
Boon I were normal .adjuncts j to 'a cayeer 'I

The program, ,Was proposed, I ,.that took' Fairchlld'Into' .
organized ,and.:for> many years jungles,. mountains, and deserts
directed by David Fairchild: the I from Java to, .Egypt, Japan Ito ','

late plant..explprer and. botanist.Dr. Chile; the, Fiji Islands' ,to the xf
Fairchild,' ,who died .in Sahara.f In the ,Moluccas, the IJ
1954 at the age of 85, was Per-I Chinese junk that: housed ihs 4
sonally responsible for import .laboratory caught .fire When
ing and adapting! 'hundreds ypf: World War II broke!, his party .5 1 ? :' 'SS
species. Becauseof. his and ,his/was briefly interned there:
colleagues' world-wide' collec Meantime,_ seeds id.. cuttings 5-
tions, America's farm Income r of .foreign grains,. ,vines. trees, -
has been ehorniously increased. vegetables, fruits, and flowers
Public and private gardens: are,1_poured into the .Department. of
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Only, minutess. after spraying, every looper, the difference between? market price and cull
; w aphid or cabbage worm, that's_ been, hit will price, remember DIBROM. Or, as one enthusiast -
never waste be dead'or dying.Yet_the crop will be entirelyfree put it: "DIBROM can sure bail you
w7 5 heat on the of DIBROM,by the j time, it is,cut. out of trouble." .
ceiling or out OncreasonDIBROM is. so effective IS' its :ft
the chimney S-. _: .......-, S
fast IdlL.(A.:big,ailvantage i rainy weather,, Helping. the World Grow** Better _
when slower-acting insecticides .,can be
H pays for .itself with ,tile fuel n saves washed off before they do their job). It J kills

on contact. Gives, a thorough clean-up of

We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you.continually : more than 130 different insects.-including ORTHODIBROM
pay for heat you don't get! The new SIEGLER most resistant ones. And in all stages of

Oil'Home Heater wrings the heat out of every drop of growth except eggs and pupae.Another .... - .
oil, then pours it out over your floor.With a SIEGLER I reason: The short residual life of
you get the comfort miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT I I DIBROM. You can use it up to four days of ,

no over-heated, ceilings_and-lovr- low fuel.bills. 4 So'doa.. harvest on most crops (it's registered for use,
,.'i hit,the ceaiDI.hit' ,your Siegler dealer'for a hotiemoafttration <' on .35)., Results 'oil broccoli: spinach and , -'S
cabbage, for instance, have been spectacular. -'.

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\ Bunnell's huge new 6,000 square foot Supermarket. '
: THURSDAY, .- FRIDAY SATURDAY I Modern' in every respect, Rodger's fabulous new store
_' has wide,roomy aisles. .ample parking. .fast electronic
1-t';: KCEMBEI 13, 14, 15, "1962 checkout counters. . and thousands. of quality.food items
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Company's] ginning at the Original SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD Northwesterly from
' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TOE nell Jjeveloyment North-I said Mlle
;', IN SEVENTH ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. J} Lend _afor.: aid. said parcel be- t. west, corner of said :: S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS Post No. 8S to a point 2185.91 feet
of ,reference, and ., .. 'I II
FLAGLER COUX- bounded as a point Northweatrly from Mile Post No.
TY.IN AND KLOniUA.1A.W NO. 873 eily ,by. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT Way\Qf 'Old, Dixie Highway. West along the ,North line of 'I'I from a' point 1266.98
., OF FLORIDA an Agency of oQ..U1e.North ,by.the new South Section 5. a distance of 695.60 That part of: feet Southeasterly from Mile
State of Florida right of wayline of State Road feet; thence South .4104'10 "Being a part of the Northeast Post No. 83 to av point 766.98
and the S-13. :as above ';ooated, and on West a distance of 688.31 feet Quarter of the Northeast Quarter I I feet Southeasterly from said
FLAGLER COUNTY..a Polltlcalf the East by a line' described as to the Northeasterly boundaryof of Section 5. Township 12 Mile Post No. 83.
. Subdivision of the State of follows: >* :* f.. the 50':foot right-of-way of South Range 30 East and more AND:
| Florida. t _. Commence- on the North line. Of the.Old Dixie; Highway .thence particularly ..described ** follows :re,,.NbrtBeHV 5 :feet ,of* said
Petitioners w said Section 10 at ,at.pointi:, 78.17 South_5.31'20'.EuI ,along said :.. Beginning-at 'a concrete I RaUrdadi rlghtvof-way;extending
V. t' feet East from the..Northwe core right-of-way *boundary; a _dls* monument marking.lhe--orlKinal J700* feet Northwesterly .from**
FLOYD BOULTON. et aU.: ::*<,*..*# ner,,thereof said point beings the tance_of 2669.34 feet to,.the point Northeast UorAer-.of the jld point ..76 .9';./eet Southeasterly
Defendants. beginning of a curve concave to beginning of..this description; Section 5. jas ..... point of reference from said Mile; Post No .83 to;
,,. -, NOTICE OF' RULE NISI. the Northeasterly and having thence North .24'36'40' East, a ahd >pw hlng.1; enee South pOintUU.02'.feet NorthwesterlyA1
,.. H41U radius of 95L.37feet.jhenceWestrerly distance: . f'-a, .. NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN along said curve,, through South 55?23'20Ea r., distance line, i-ot the ?saidi Section 5*t.a s*
!I;' PROCEEDINGS: v'.. central angle ot.U'12'67.a.dls- Of-209 'feet; thence ,SoUth .34*36'. distance of69& fi feet to .-the Northerly t0felt ofihat
IN THE NAME AND BY THE! tance Of 186.93 feet;; thence froma . .A 418tane :of, 20feet pointer beginning; thence.ontinulng art: pf .the 15& feet .RaUroadrlgbt
.l'... AUTHORITY OF THE STATE. OF tangent ?bearing .of North JIO*- to, the. Northeasterly right- SoUth.:I903'lft' West A | -of-waf lying !East oft the
.. FLORIDA 11'4&* West run South 948'l6 of-way' boundary;thenceortb distance i of, 624.iO feet, to the right.of-wa of*;States Road S-
.j, West 50 feet .to* the new. South, 5S-:3tO-:;West alongraaid_.right Northwejst corner of t TO ALL, WHOM: IT, MAY CON- right of way line of Stater-Road of-w4y,-line a distafccet. of 209; .tQyartejofitne North *>;SouttDRange :30 qEastct ...
v':. CERN.and to all persons and partieshaving 8-13 and the POINT OF BEGIN to the.point of beginning of this teat, Quarter t'of {Seclioir 5; The landB"", descrlbed ,..contalns -
claiming any right title. NING of the line herein described; ..dea ([jption." 3 self: *t thence ,ottthrl Of SO'Oft'J East**** in th.j aggregate 3.19 acres
'"'I., Interest estate mprtgage or, Qtlier from said point of beginning conr lying" NortberJirt-of- long thf Westilinetfor .iha.Mid more or less
y lien to or In the parcels of land tlnue south 941'16'Vest 60..feet feet; a* .. ; '1UP.? JJl SlueRoad Northe-.h Quarter L.me-N; >rtlk GOWNED 2"V
" hereinafter described and the following more or less to the Northeasterlyright theSection 1sS50'.aaai; < ,survey east Quartet.a/distance of 380.17 ,: 3ir: r FLORIDA, ':EAST
y, persons together with all of way line of the Old Dixie line being described as follows feet to -tie Northeasterly bound- COAST RAILWAY COMPANY.
"' unknown persons claiming.by. Hfghway : J t! ary of the "SO mot rightofwayof SECTION
-i',i; through or under known ;persons .,vThe land Jiereintaescribed contains Begin on the East line of Sec the Old Dixie Highway; N 'Ul -2601. STATE ROAD
r who are dead or who*are not .61 acre (%6,65 square feet). tion 4, Township 12 South thence South 48'56'50 East along 1 S-13. FLAGLER COUNTY
known to be dead or alive: morn or lees: '; y'a. Range 30 jSsst. at a point 193.48 sam Right-of-way bound- I RULE NISI
OWNED BY1' ;3.t'WliF 4EIiPER8! feet Norths,from the Southeast ary..a distance of 36.34 feet to
W. H. Atkln. n.JlLj Joined thy wife BARBARA A.. MED- corner of said Section 4: thencerun the ,point of curve of, a 506'42" TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration -
, his wife. Carol Jean Atkinson for Dndhis North 5S30'51'Vest 6534.20 curve to. the left, thence South of Taking has been filed in
the purpose ,of.this suit_ ; Glenda -rff feet to the West line of said 51-29'11- East, along said curve. the above-styled cause by the Pe- ...
f Atkinson Pall UserJoined by her SECTION t5026d1lT13'1tOADS13 Section 4. ,at a point 1355.27 feet a distance of 68.73, feet;.thence tloners. the acquiring, authority of -,
husband H ) for the South from .the Northwest cor- North 41-04'10East, a distanceof these proceedings of the taking of
4 purpose of I : H. A.* XJECRIPTIONS v6RD ner of said Section 4; 206.94 feet; thence South the above described lands for the
Atkinson.. 4r iPelUcer.... >ving' NO.: 11 RIGHT OF WAY Containing .10. acre (4180 square 4865'50 East a distance of 105 purposes set forth in the Petition
spouse of Jf.. Jr deceased feet), more :tor. less. feet; thence North 41.04'10 In this cause viz: As Right of
; Moses, r;Reed-i t4'tklnson; ; a. That part "of?- .. -, I OWNED BY: .Hfelrs at Law of W. H. East a distance of 490.92 feet. Way for a portion of State Road
j minor: B yee'C. Atkinson,_a... -tuit Tract ,lttrBlock1of SectionTownship 4.: ATKINSON. JR. Deceased.: to the point: of beginning." No.S-13 Flagler County. Florida and
..i nor: Wit si. W. Daen:jas>guardian I 1,2 south. .Uangre 3dEa that Honorable Howell W. Melton,
.. of the estate. .of o.eaReed Atkinson t.f North:of*-,the Old; Dixie| SECTION 73552601, STATE ROAD lying Northerly of and within 50 one of the Judges of the Circuit
., sndJB/iyceiC.!: 1 Atkinson, ml* Highway..* accordlat to plat, ofSt. )' S-13 FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS feet of the survey line of State Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -
nora; MatfOrey. B-j+ ,Atklnaon and .< .Johns .evelopment Com Road S-13 Section 73550. said survey of Florida will on the 10th
I Glenda 18Qn.iPelllcert:as ,Ad- Subdlvi n*. s recordedIn.l'lat SRD NO.olS-B. .16-R, 17-R line being described. as follows day of December 196%. at 10:00 o'-
R minlstratJRkes of ;tb4 i.Sjit.ate of' W. iBookli ,age..,.7. public RIGHT, OF WAY : .
.. cuit..r
H. AtkioB,njJr.deceased., ; of Flagler County. Flor -- >- :
SECTION !3UO-2 M 'STATE ROADSl3ri1.AGLE records CEPT* the following, det That part of: I jBegin on the East line of Section County Courthouse at Bunnell.
> COUNTY scribed parcel of .land: "Being Being a part of the W% of I 5. Township 12 South Range 30 Florldl\i consider said Declaration ;
NAME ADDRESSES a-jpart; of :Block ,,11; Section .4. N1V14 of Section 3; part of theN I East at a point 1355.27 feet South ng. appoint appraisers and
; Township 42 South" vRange 30: % of Section 4; and a part of from the Northeast corner of said make such order as the -.court
MAUDREY B. ATKINSON according to Plat of St the NE% of Section 6, all In' Section 5: thence run North 5530'- deems proper. All parties to"tbt
Bunnell Johns Development Company Township 12 South Range 30. 61* 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 f Book 1 at page 7 of the public secribed as follows: Beginningat Northeasterly and having a radius I and place designated.
records of Flagler County. I the original Northwest. cor- of. 2864.93 feet: thence Northwest
MAri L C. :BARBERAddress I Florida, and more particularly ner of Section '. 3,' Township 12 erly along said curve, through ,a I You. and each of yOU are hereby
Unknown described as follows: Beginningat South. Range 30 East, and run- central angle of 62a'* ,a distanceof commanded to appear by filing an
SRD, NO. 16-R 16-R. 17-R. : 21, the original Quarter Section ning thence South 89 degrees 324.17' feet to end of curve: I answer to the Petition heretofore
22.' 23FLOYD ,;. 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
tion 4, as a point of referenceand long the North line of Section feet to the North lineof said Sec- Court on or before the 31st day
,BOULTON ;.v, running thence ,North 88 4. a distance of 5312.04 feet to tion 5 at a point 1779.74 feet West of December. 1962. to show what
507 Ridgewood Avenue :', ,', i degrees 36 minutes East along the original Northwest, cornerof from the Northeast corner of said right title. Interest or liens you. I
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
SUB NO. 24. 25; .26 11, a distance of 1896.52 feet 03'10'Vest, along the North any of the above described lands ;'
to an Intersection with the 1 I line of Section 5. a distance of Containing 2625 square feet, more and show cause why the same
CORINNE I. BOULTON .I Northeasterly right of way I 695.60 feet; thence South 41 decrees or less should not be taken for the uses
507 Rldgewood Avenue boundary of the Old Dixie Highway 04 minutes 10 seconds \ and purposes set forth in the Pe-
Port Orange. Florida and said point) being the I I West. u. distance of 688.31 feet, IOWNED BY: STATE OF FLORIDA'I'BTE& tition filed herein. .
SRD NO. 24. 25; 26 point, of beginning of this description to the :North terh" boundary ,t WITNESS my hand and this,seal
; thence continuing I of the 50 foot right-of-way of TO MORTGAGE recorded of said Court on this 26th day of
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL' North 88 degrees 36 minutes the. Old Dixie Highway; thence in M. B. 36. at Page/ :396.; In :-November A. D. 19fit.
Duunell East. 'a distance of 352.0 feet; I I I South :55 degree 31 minutes 20 favor of FLOYD BOULTON and his E. A. SMYTHK I
Florida thence South 17 degrees 52 min seconds East along said right- wife. CORRINE BOULTON. Clerk of the Circuit Court \"
SRD NO. 12. 13 utes 45 seconds West a distanceof I I of-way boundary, a distance of Flakier County Courthouse "
209.99 feet to the' said Northeasterly I I I 2669.14 fot-t. th.-nce North 34 decrees SECTION 73550-2601. STATE ROAD Bunnell. Florida *, '. _;.i.
FLORIDA EAST. COAST RAILWAY, right of way boundary'I 36 minutes 40, seconds S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIITIONS BY: Julia R. Harvey.' ". ,
'COMPANYco .' !,: of the. Old Dixie Highway; I East. a distance of 209 feet Deputy Clerk _J
A. C. Hess. thence North 56 degrees; 25 minutes I thence South 55 degrees 23 minutes SRD NO. 26 RIGHT OF WAY 1 I. (SEAL) .
/ St. Augustine.Florida West. along the said right 20 seconds East. a distance I I H. T. COOK -
SRD NO. 32 of way boundary a distance of :I of 209 feet: thence South 34 degrees That part of: rounty Attorney
345.0 feet to the point of beginning ,. 36 minutes 40 seconds' Being a part of the Northeast Bunnell, Florida
J. W. MEDDERS . I ." West distance of 209 feet to Quarter of the Northeast Quar- I I and
Espanola' Road iBunnell. lying Northerly of and within -.50 the said Northeasterly rightofway ter of' Section 5. Township 12 JAMES J. RICHARDSON
Florida feet of the survey ,line of State I boundary thence North 88 South Range 30 East and more Holland Building _,
SRD NO. 8BARBARA Road S-13, Section 73550. said sur- degrees 41 punutes 40 seconds particularly described as follows -I I Tallahassee Florida . '. '
A./.MEPDERS ') vey line being described 'as fol- I 'East a distanceof: 4517.24 feet : Beginning at the North- Attorneys for the Petitioners. ;
t lows to the Westerly. boundary of the west Corner Of the said Northeast I as
Espanola Road ., '" Begin: on the East line pf' Section iSQ..n foot rlKht-oftway of the QuarterofihiNor i t I IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT DP. TUBSKVKVTII

Bunnell. FloridaSRD ). ,' j ., 4. Township 12 South, Florida East Coast Railway; Quarter of Section 5 as a' pointof JLTDICIALit CIRCUIT

NQ.. ,8. .:. __...J .. ....... ."Ilantro 30 .East, at a point 193.48 thence .North degrees 10 min- reference and running thence IN AND KOll FLAGLER COUN-
TUCKER y' ," feet North from the Southeastcorner utes 45 seconds West along said South O O'OO" East along the TY. KL.OIUUA. LAW NO. .
.. GILBERT A.' of said Section 4; thencerun Westerly rlght-of-wav bound I West boundary 'of the said STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF
Route .1 Flotlda ; ."" ' North 55'30'51"' West 6534.20 ary, a distance of 2123.72 feet, Northeast Quarter of the North- FLORIDA an Agency of
Cocoa. _' 16-R* 17-R-- 21 feet to the West line of said to the North -line of Section 3; east Quarter a distance of :80- the State of Florida
SRD:-NO. 16- x ; Section 4 at a point 1355.27 feet thence South 89 degrees 02 min- .17 feet to an Intersection with and
22, 23 ,' ". i South from the Northwest core utes 47 seconds West along the the Northeasterly boundary of FLAGLER COUNTY, a Political -
MARVIN R. TUCKER ner of said Section 4: North line of the said Section the 50 foot riprht-of-way of the Subdivision of the State of
Runnell ; Containing .35 acre (15,400 square 3. a distance oft 89.89. feet to Old Dixie Highway: thence Florida.
Florida .*-< feet), more or Jess I the point ,of beginning; South48'55'50" East, along the Petitioners
16-R. 17-R 22 said :right-of-way boundary, a v. ,
SRD NO. 15-R ,
r ;' OWNED BY: WALDO W. WEST lying Northerly of and within 50 distance of 36.34 feet to the FLOYD BOULTON, et al. .
23 and wife. AGNES WEST. feet of the ,survey line of State point of curve of a 5*06'42" Defendants.DECLARATION
MAUREEN B. TUCKER Road S-13. Section 73550. said ,survey I, curve to the left: thence South
Bunnell SECTION 735502601. STATE ROAD I line being described as' follows %)1'29'11- East. along said right- OF TAKING

Florida -. .. S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDCCRIITIONS : I of-way boundary a distance of
NO. 15R16RX17R 21, 68.73 feet, to the point of beginning Petitioners, having heretofore instituted -
SRD 22.23AGNES ;' SRD NO. 12. 13 RIGHT OF WAY Begin' on tha East linn of, Section I of this description; eminent domain proceedings -
. 4. Township 12 South, Range 30 thence North 41"04'10 East a in this cause for the pur-
WESTi'apanola That part of: East at a point 193.48 feet North distance of 206.94 feet; thence pose of condemning lands and oth-
Road '.* "Being f Block 11. Sec- from the Southeast corner of said South 48*55'50" East. a distanceof er property necessary for the pur-
i Bunnell. ,Florida tion 4..Townshiii 12 South Range Section 4; thence run North SS'SO51 '- 105 feet thence South 4104'- pose 'securing rights of way for
SUD NO. 11 30 East,. according to Plat ofSt. West 6534.20 feet to the West 10" West a distance of 197.39 a state road, as will appear by
Johns Development Company line of said Section 4: (East line feet, to the Northeasterly bound-, reference to the Petition filed "ta
WALDO,'W. WEST Subdivision recorded In Plat of Section 5 of said Township and ary of the 50 foot rightofwayof said proceedings, hereby declare
Road Book 1 at page. 7 of the public Range). at a point 1355.27 feet the Old Dixie Highway; that 'It has become necessary that
Bunnell.Cspanola, Florida records of Flagler County. Florida South from the Northwest cornerof thence North 5531'20'Vest., a- the land which Is the subject of
SRD NO. 11 and more particularly described said Section 4. (Northeast corn 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. 'VEST. >the original Quarter Section tinue North- 5530'51'Vest 1407.01 I to the point of tangent of the by said Petitioners for road rightsof
1'apanola Road '''. Corner on the West line of Sec- feet to the beginning of a curve above described curve; thence way purposes In connection
l:unnetl, ,Florida # tion 4, as a point of reference. concave to the Northeasterly and I Northwesterly along said curve with the construction and maintenance -
SRD NO. 12. 13 and running thence North 88 degrees having a radius of 2864.93 feet: I I a distance 60.22 feet to the of a public state road.
36 minutes East along thence Northwesterly along said point of beginning. I
MARIE M. WEST the North line of Block 12 and curve thru a central angle of 629'. THEREFORE, pursuant to Chapter -
Espanola Road 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 ,49-01'51- West feet of the survey line of State titioners hereby declare the Im-
SRD NO. 12. 13 Northeasterly right of way 498.24 feet to the North line of Road S-13 Section 73550. said survey mediate taking of the lands described -
boundary of the Old Dixie High- said Section 5 at a point 1779.74 line being described as follows in the Petition Is neeessary -
SECTION 735502601. STATE ROAD way and said point being the feet West from the Northeast corner : and Petitioners file herewithan
S-13. FLAGLER COUNTY; point of beginning of this description of said Section 5: estimate of value of the prop
1 DESCRIPTIONS : 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 less. 5. Township 12 South. is made in good faith and
East, 'a distance of 352.0 feet; t I 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 distanceof and his wife. MAUREEN B. TUCK- Northeast corner of said Section H. T. COOK
way of the Florida East Coast I 209.99 feet to the said North- E It. I fi: thence run North 55*30'51"West County Attorney .
Railway* main line and East of easterly right of way boundary SUBJECT. TO MORTGAGE' recordedin 1407.01 feet to the beginning Bunnell. Florida
the right-of-way of the Old of ,the Old Dixie Highway; ; 1L B. 33. at Pare 333 In favorof of a curve concave to the and .
Dixie Highway. EXCEPT the I thence North 56 degrees. 25 minutes MABEL C. BARBER; and MORT- Northeastrly and having a radius JAMES J. RICHARDSON. t
Southerly 200 feet thereof; also West along the said rightof GAGE recorded in M. B. 35. at Page/ of 2864.93 feet: thence Holland Building I
Tract 4 :Northeast the right- way boundary a distance of 8ERIn favor of GILBERT A, TUCK- Northeasterly and having a ra- Tallahassee. Florida
of-way of the Old Dixie High- I 345.0 feet to the point of be- through. a central angle of 6*29'. I Attorneys for Petitioners.IN .
way: all in Block B. Section 10. ginning." I a distance of 324.17 feet to end
Township 12 South: Range 30 lying Northerly of and within 50 SECTION 735502601. STATE ROAD of curve: thence North 4901'51 I TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
East according- plat of Bun- feet of the survey line of State S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS West 498.24 feet to the North t! SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
nell Development Company's Road S-13. Section 73550. said sur- I line of said Section ,b at a point IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
; Land recorded in Plat Book 1, vey line being described as follows .- SRD NO. 21. 22. 23 I 1779.74feet West from the TY. FLORIDA LAW NO. ,
page 1. public records of Flag- : DRAINAGE EASEMENT Northeast corner of said Section STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
ler County Florida: Begin on the East line of Sec- LATERAL DITCH RIGHT (NORTH) ; OF FLORIDA. an Agency of
lying South of and within< 50 feet tion 4. Township 12 South. Range STATION 157-'-96 !I the State of Florida .
of the survey line of State Road 30 East at a point 193.48 feet Containing 2625 square feet more and
F-1S. Section 73550. said survey North from the, Southeast cor- That part of: or less.OWNED. FLAGLER COUNTY. A Political
line being described as follows: ner of said Section 4:' thencerun I I. The SE% of NEU of NE 4. Subdivision of the State of
Begin on the North line of Sec- North 55-30'51" West 6334.20 North of the Old Dixie High- I I BY: FLOYD BOULTONand Florida.
tion 10, Township 12 South. feet to the West line of said I I way. In Section 5. Township 12 his wife.- CORINNE I. BOUL- Petitioners.
Range 30 East. at a point Section 4 at a point 1355.27 feet South. Range 30 East TON FLOYD
1371.54 'feet East from the South from the Northwest lying within 15 feet on each side BOULTON. et au *
Northwest corner of said Sec I ner of said Section 4. of a ditch survey line described as SECTION 735502601. STATE ROAD Def! danta. __
tion 10; thence run South Containing 2530 square feet cor-I follows: S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS PETITIONERS' ESTIMATE '
1835'19West along the North or less.OWNED. Commence on the East line of OVi VALUE
line of said Section 10 a distance BY LAWRENCE said Section 5 at a point 1355.27 SRD NO. 32 EASEMENTA Petitioners hereby estimate that
of 793.37 feet to the beginning WEST and wife MARIE M. WEST. feet South from the Northeast strip of land of varying widths the value of the pronerty 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 la as follows: J
the Northeasterly and having a In M. B. 36. at Paste 230. In run North 55 3051' West 379.98 the Florida East Coast Railway SRD NO. 8 _._.._..-.4 400.M
radius of 955.37 feet; thence favor of CITIZENS BANK OF feet' thence North 34-29'09' East Company In Sections 3. 4 and 5. SRD NO. 11 _.__...___ 50.00
Westerly and Northwesterly. a- BUNNELL.. 50 feet tb the new Northerly Township 12 South. Range 30 East RD NO. 12. 13 __....?_?... 25.00
long said curve. through a cen- right of way line of State Road and In Sections 31 and 32. Township RRD NO. 14 _,_ .. %5." 1
tral angle of 3553'50" dis- SECTION 73S50-2601. STATE ROAD S-13 for POINT OF BEGINNINGof 11 South. Range 30 East. said RRD NO. 15-n. 1I-R. l1-R 520.10-
tance of 598.29 feet to end of S-13. FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS ditch survey. line; thence con- strip being described as follows; RRD NO. 21. 22. 23 _L____ 25.00
thence North 55'30/51 tinue North .S49'09Eaat 80 The Northerly 15 feet of said qRD NO. 25* 24 _____ 0
West curve: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 RD NO. 26 _,..___,__ 2560
of Section 3 of said Township Containing 2400 square feet more, 1000 feet Northwesterly from a SRD NO. 32 __ ,.,,$2.450.00
of or less. point 728.01 feet Southeasterly Respectfully submitted ,
and Range at a point 193.48 feet That part : ,
North from the Southwest 'corner -Being a part of Tract 3 of OWNED BY; MARVIN TUCKEttand from :Mile Post No. 85 of said H. T. COOK
of said Section 3 and the Block 5 of Section 4. Township his wife MAUREEN B. TUCK- Railroad to a point 271.99 feet County Attorney
end of this survey line descrip 12 'South.' Range 30 East according ER. Northwesterly from said Mile Bunnell Florida 1
to Plat'of Johns De- SUBJECT TO MORTAOGE recorded Post No. 85. JAMES
tion. velopment Company recorded in .. B., 33. at Page 333 In favor ANDThe J. RICHARDSON
ALSO.A' :triangular parcel of land inTract Plat Book -1 at Pate: 7 of the of MABEL C. BARBER: and MORTGAGE Northerly 10 feet of said Holland Building . .
I recorded In M. B. 35. at Pare Railroad extend- I .
4. BloB, Section 10. Public. Records of Flagler Coun- richt-of-way Tallahassee Florida.
Township 12 South. Range 30 ty. Florida and ,more particularly Ern favor of GILBERT A. TUCK- ing: (A) 7200 feet Northwesterly Of counsel for th* Petitioner .
East according to plat of Bun- described as follows: Be- from a point 211." feet Nov 29 A Dec. -U.-20-4. : - -j' "

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