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: October 4, 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: VID00664
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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.- Flagler Beach I BATTER-UP f W. H. ,Atkinson County;; Board

I : 'f" Bond Election Dies Suddenly at I!Clears Way for i

"-l.-*. Is, Advertised Home Saturday Road 13_ Paving

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> The big step toward a new / William H. (Bill) Atkinson' Jr. j j The board of county commissioners !

water system in Flagler Beach owner of the Bunnell Motor Co., J I at the Monday meeting :

"'. \ has been !taken. The commission ---- \\NlZL'E( \\z-: __ I!of Bunnell passed away unexpectedly j I I agreed to abandon the grade I
: is advertising that the bond -- -. ; i at his home on North |[I crossing of the old brick road
,> election Is being called to beheld :-=; : S ) Railroad St. Saturday afternoon, !just north of the overpass and

f.1 on Tuesday, November 6, : |September 29. j I thus facilitate the rebuilding of

'; at the same time as the gent ; 7\4JTja1)/1.) I['i Mr. Atkinson was born in !:the road from Bunnell to Es-
: eral election. I I Wilmington, N. c., on December j panola.
-... s The freeholders who are eligible -l F I 117, 1907. He had resided* in 'I|I It was also agreed between

t to vote will decide whether i Brunswick, Ga., for a number of i j i the board and a representative
or not $650,000 in bonds will bet years before coming to Bunnell I;[t of !the State Road Department
Issued for the. purpose of financing I in 1944. He has owned and operated 'I Ir i I that a condemnation suit would

the cost of construction a 6ae ua r the Bunnell Motor Com be filed by the department on

f and acquisition of additions, extensions : pany since that time. rights of way at the Espanola

..' and Improvements to, He is survived by his widow, I crossing of the Florida East

f.... the existing water system. Mrs. Moudrey Atkinson, Bunnell; j J l Coast Railway tracks. '
.. The bonds would be issued for a daughter Mrs. Glenda Pelli- I It was also brought out that
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a period not to exceed 30 years. cer, Bunnell; three sons, Harry la connection between the new
J: They are payable with interest, .. ...:-."": -: Atkinson, III, ,Bunnell; Mose Atkinson highway 13 and. U.S. No. 1 Just

in equal yearly* installments. with 'the U.S. Airforce; north of Bunnell would be built.

t The interest, rate ,will be fixed and Boyce Atkinson, Bunnell. Also that resurfacing of the ..old
.' at the timeof She sale of the Also surviving are three sisters, brick pavement through the,cityto

bonds. I Mrs. Dierkes Falls Church. ,. Va.; the south, intersection with
: The bonds are of the general Learmont Funeral Service ,Miss Clair A'tkinson.and Mrs.. U. S., Highway 1.
obligation type which means,I George I Mary Goodlng, both of Washington !- Other action of the board-
that the full faith and credit of D. C.; four brothers Alex ,Agreed to appoint a recreation
'. the town is pledged and that Flagler .Beach For Mrs. Peabody I Atkinson of Brunswick; Ga.; committee to supervise spending
'i the 'town will raise sufficient I .Nathion Atkinson Concord, $6,000 of county funds on. recre
i funds to pay the interest and Passes Away Mrs. Mary Peabody passed C a 1'1 f.; Richard Atkinson, ation at Bunnell and Flagler.
principal of the bonds.In away Sunday after an extended I Charleston S. C.; and John At- Each to share equally.

- addition, the legal advertisement George Learmont, 505 Central Illness. She was born and rearedin .kinson, Washington, D. C. Also Four ministers of churches
states, the "bonds maybe Ave:,- Flagler Beach, passed" a- Quitman, Ga., and was the I.surviving are five grandchildren. of Flagler Beach and Bunnell
additionally secured by a way early :Monday evening at daughter of the late John' and Funeral services were held again asked the board to rescindthe

pledge of special assessments the. Flagler Clinic and Hospital, Gillie Barrs, a pioneer family of II,from'the First Methodist Churchof action of two months ago

> levied on .the lands and real here after a lengthy illness. Quitman.She- : Bunnell at 10:30:' Tuesday in permitting bars outside of
"i estate benefited by the improve- ; Mr.Learmont was born in South made her home et! Steina- : morning. The pastor Rev. W. L. towns to open two hours' earlier. ,
'. ments to the extent as shall bet Meriden, Conn., and residedthere hatchee, Florida, for the- past 40 !Spicer Jr., officiated. Since the ministers did not asIC"for
>)>_ hereafter: ;,;provided ,by ordinance, ,J ; until he came to Flagler Yearsti where she and her late i Interment followed at 4:30 a referendum on the.h'&irs''
of !the Towri'Commission"explanatioespecial Beach" nikeyears husband were engaged iq the action' .-
'" ago. was jo the fam the.board took no ;
Tuesday x
after 2t'
-.- In employed. by"ithe, :LehigbT-:PortS wholesale. .6sliing.6usinessShe lly"plot( at the"Emanuel Methodist " .Acceptor.tKe Intangible vc'1
'* assessment provision; it was 1, Cement of Bun had'resided in Bunnell the past t
[ land Company : Church Cemetery in Glynn roll presented by Tax 'AssessorD.
stated a special assessment maybe !'nell. He was 55 years of age. year 'with her: brother and this I: D. Moody. /
made against abutting property I I He Is survived by"his wife' ; Mrs. wife! during her illness.- She was I i County, Ga. .' Dale Brown, representing the
i 'owners where the waterlines I R!Minnie Learmont of ,Flagler 74 years of age. I Active pallbearers were local poSt of Veterans of Foreign
If this method is used. She Is survived by two brothers Becker, B. C. Gillette L. S. Cody
L Mrs.:
go. I I I Beach; two daughters, Wars to have installed in the
r j it*is anticipated that the special I I I Frances Barze, New Haven," ,' Louis Barrs, Bunnell and I Bill Deen, Joe Whitesides, and"!I courthouse "cracker ach1 e."
Jack Barrs of two sisters Roy Jones. Honorary pallbearers
assessment together with water Conn.; Mrs. Ranord Baillargeor, Quitman, ; The board granted the request
:' revenue would pay the bonds I I Meriden, Conn. a son, George Mrs Bonnie Yates, Orlando, were. E. S. Morris, Claude Agreed to renovate the frame
Mrs. Cox of Hines- Pellicer, John Rader Emmett
t without levying taxes on Eugene
any Learmont of Monroe, Conn.; one dwelling formerly occupied by
all property.As I sister Mrs. Paul Oveda Dans- yule, Ga.; a stepmother, Mrs. I Strickland, 'J. B., Pellicer, Lee the road superintendent for use
explained to The Tribune.Jo1agler' Lewis Eva Barrs, Quitman. Also sur Blakely, Clifford Peters, Elton
burg, ; one brother by the county dental clinic and
Beach's growth is being I viving are a number of neices Donaldson, J. W. Kelly and .
Learmont, Meriden. sur- for an office for the county agent
seriously handicapped because viving .are eight grandchildren. and nephews. I Curtis Deen. The board has Just completeda
I Funeral Home of Bunj
Craig -
of, the present lack of accept- Graveside funeral services Funeral service was held Mon new home for the road superintendent
i j nell in charge of
was arrange-
,. able water. It was stated. that 1 I were held at 11 o'clock Wednes. day afternoon aft 2:30 at the It was stated that
If the town anticipates future I i I day morning at Hope Cemetery. Beulah Baptist Church with the I ments.. 1 I use of the old dwelling is to iI I II
growth it must first provide a I j I Rev. R. W. Dickert pastor of the pastor, Rev. Ben Rrooks, officiat I I ibe I for only such time until the
'; water, supply in quantity and i Community Memorial Church of I ing. Interment followed at the I! county can finance a new 'addition _
; quality. To ,do this it is neces-I' Flagler Beach.. officiated. Old Columbia. Cemetery with ATTENDS ANNUAL i to the present health center
1 : sary to borrow by sale of bonds I 1 building. I
Pallbearers were Paul Kelly Maxwell and Eason Funeral METHODIST RETREATRay ;
to build such a system.
Home in charge.Pallbearers Mercer and Dr. Allen I I
The town commission has al Walter Gibbons, Bill. Moyer. Phil I II I !.
Kester. Bill Shropshire, and Bill Reynolds represented !the Bun. Circle
ready had test wells drilled. were Tommy Barrs, I Friendly
nell Methodist Church at the
The commission and its.engineer I Chimpky. John Barrs, Jack Yates,. Bill Cox!t '.' d
believe, will produce a sufficient I Craig Funeral Home of Bun Allen Yates and John Cox, all';:.annual Layman's Retreat at :the I Sponsors Buffet I
Methodist Youth Camp In Lees-
i quantity and quality of water nell was in charge of arrange- nephews of Mrs. Peabody. i I .
last weekend.
needed. The wells are located ments. burg Supper Tuesday I
I lOver 700 men from all over
near the airfield between Flag
' I Florida were inspired by nationally The Friendly Circle of the !
ler Beach and Bunnell. I Refresher Course known speakers. This First Methodist Church of Bun .... i
The proposed bonds will pay HENRY P. HUNT. .
I was the third year for both Ray nell is sponsoring a benefit buffet I r

facilities for transmission, treatment lines plant, storage and ORANGE MILLS. For Nurses at DBJC and Allen who say they go to supper on Tuesday, October I

PASSES AWAY "recharge 'their spiritual bat_ 9. The supper will be.,served; : f!
other Incidental costs of the
Refresher Course for I' '
teries. in the old church building from
system. Henry,, Perry Hunt of Orange tered nurses is being held from 5:30 to 7:30 that evening. ;
As of now, more and more Mill, stepfather of Mrs. Curtis today; 'through November 16. District I The public Is invited to" at
residents are resorting to shal Deen, passed away early_ Sun No. 6 of the Florida Nurses tend.
low'wells and individual-pump.fng day morning at his home on the Association is sponsoring this ALFRED E. HOPKINSAlfred

systems because of the poor St: Johns River. seven week course to enable in E. Hopkins of St.I
quality of the water. Funeral services were held at active nurses and nurses in Cloud, 73, passed away early' SKEETER BOARD.
Kirk Gunby, fiscal agent for the graveside In the Mineola specialized practice to become Wednesday afternoon at the AUDIT "GOOD"East

the town commission and indi Cemetery, Florida, Tuesday aft current in nursing procedures,I Flagler Clinic and Hospital here Flagler :Mosquito: Control
vidual commisssioners are of the ernoon at 3 o'clock. Barbara Warren, chairman, said. from injuries received in an automobile District has received a copy:of
opinion that the beach town's I Mr. Hunt had resided in Facilities of the Halifax Dis- accident on Highway I the recent audit report from

property owners ,must decide Orange Mill since 1945. He wasa trict Hospital and Daytona Beach 11 Wednesday morning. The ac- State Auditor Bryan Willis.
whether or not they are willingto first lieutenant in World War Junior College will be used for cident occurred about U o'clock Mr. Willis said."The financial
vote bonds or risk the permanent 1, and was a coal miner in classes and demonstrations. about two miles west of Bun condition was good;;the financial .

stunting of future growthof Kentucky before coming %to Mrs. Nancy Roach, presidentof nell. He was brought to the hos- management was good; budg-

the area.AmoBg I I Orange :Mill.Survivors . District six, F.N.A., announced. pital by Craig Ambulance Serv ets were well prepared and de
include his widow, that all nurses, currently licensed ,ice.Survivors pository collateral was adequate.
t Mrs. Margaret B. Hunt Orange l in any state, may make I Include a daughter The records have been well
automobile tourists Mill; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Cur application for the course by I Mrs. Sara Butts of Bremin Ohio. kept and the retirement' deduc-

coming to Florida during 1961, tis Deen of BunnelL Also surviving contacting District six F.N.A. The body was forwarded to t tions were properly made and

1, U557 gave Miami as their are three stepsons, one I office ,In the Williams Hotel in Eiseltien Fisk and JourniganFuneral remitted." "
destination, followed by 902.049 sister and three brothers. Daytona Beach. Home of St Cloud lorI Members of the, district are

who said Daytona Beach, and Johnson-Davis Funeral Home of The, course Is. being _held on I funeral, and Interment Craig' j George Moody, ,Sr., chairman;
594.799 'who named_ St Peters-1 Palatka was' in charge .of ar' Wednesday and Friday eve- Funeral Home of Bunnell was.j Frank Brede, vice chairman; Ly-
burg. .- rangements. i nlngs. ,In charge of local arragements.., man L. secretary-treasurer.r .

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\ form of the ballot. to be used in
I.points.C. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said bond election shall be sub-
: Crawford B. 3 5 6 36 KLAGLER COUNTY. .FLORIDA stantially, in the following form:
Kuleski Bun. 3 5 3 33 BALLOT '
: LLOYD K. FISH Town of Flagler Beach Florida

: M. Cook, Cal.. ;32 12 Plaintiff Bond Election-November ft, 1962

TT' I 12 vs. Shall the Town of Flagler Beach
T. Polk Bun. 32
MYRTLE M. FISH.Defendant.. Florida. Issue general obligation
B. Abbott, Bun. 32 12 bonds in the aggregate principal
I amount of not exceeding $650.000
J. Lacour, Fl. 2 2 12 THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: for the purpose of financing the

Zimmerman Fl. 2 2 12 MiTRTLE M. FISH cost of the construction and acquisition ->
3715 37th Avenue ,South of additions extensionsand
J. Allagood, Fl.. 2 2 12 Minneapolis ti, MinnesotaYou Improvements to the Water
By Leslie Pache are hereby notified that a System of said Town said bonds .
V. Provenzas.J. 32 12 suit has been filed against you In bearing interest, payable semiannually -

CRUSH FLASHES night October 5. 'the above entitled cause; and you at such rate or rates
BULLDOGS i are hereby required to file your gnawer not exceeding the legal rate as '
; WITH A. 24-0 SCORE FRIDAY In 11 meetings between the BULLDOGS TAKE OVER with the Clerk of this Court. shall be determined at the time !
and to serve a copy thereof upon of the sale thereof and maturing-
teams the Bulldogs have never LEAD IN CONFERENCEW the plaltiff or plaintiffs .attorney serially in annual installments over 1

The Bunnell Bulldogs' stubborn been scalped. Baldwin Indians, whose name and address is: a period not to exceed Thirty (30)
.. L T Ncg Pct vv. ,r. GARDINER years from the date of said bonds
defense shut out the St. Joe led by .big Indian Chief Ernie 20 S% S. Iieach.St. the principal of and interest on
Bunnell 2 0 1 0 1000 P. O. Drawer 990 said bonds to be payable from ad
240. The Bulldogs outclassed Johns
Flashes Crawford is tops in the St t
Hastings 1' 0 1 0 1000 Daytona Beach. Floridanot valorem taxes levied on all tax-
' in the. passing depart Conference in scoring. later than November 2. A. D. able property in said Town without I
Baldwin 2 1 0 0 666 1962. limitation as to rate or amount '
ment. Kuleski threw Jim Brown The Indians have some out- If you fail to do so, decree pro and which bonds may be addition-
good for 35 yards and a who have been St. Joseph 2 1 0 0 666 confesso will be entered againstyou ally secured by the proceeds of
one Braves
' standing I Fr. Lopez 0 1. 0 1 500 for the relief demanded in the special assessments on lands and
i;:: touchdown. with the Indian Tribe for three. bill of complaint. The nature of real estate benefited by such construction \.
D&B 1200333 said suit being for divorce. and acquisition, all as
Harold Foreaker, top: WITNESS hand and seal of specifically described and
years. my more pro-
First quarter, a 23 yard pass I I Raulerson Harris and Jim Callahan 1 2 00 .,333 said Court this 26th day of SeP- vided in the ordinance of the Town I

from Bebe Moody ;to Kuleski brave, C. City 020 0.000 tember A. D. 1962. Commission of the Town of Flag-
Key. The Indian's Medicine (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE ler Beach. Florida, adopted on the
started a drive that set up the Keystone 0 1 0 i 0 000 Clerk of said Circuit Court 27th day of September. A. D. 1962.
I Polk Man has been'holding powwowsand GAMES By Julia R. Harvey,. ..
first T D. Tommy FRIDAY I Deputy Clerk.
them of Big De- '
carried the ball on a: 34 yard run feat reminding that Bunnell Basketball Bunnell at Baldwin. Oct. 4-11-18-25--4tc i U I FOR BONDS I II

that was good for the first six Callahan at Hastings NOTICE OF BOND ELECTIONIN
Girls hung on their lassies in
the spring for the conference I t \
the second quarter good j 6, 1862.NOTICE .

punting by Randy Morris put championship. Well fans, our Bulldogs dida IS HEREBY GIVEN I
I We going to need a heapof that a bond election will be held INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERStIf
the Flashes in a bad spot Mike are fine job Friday night. They on the 6th day of November 1962. you are In favor of the Issuance -
So in the Town of Flash Beach.
boosters for Friday night. of the bonds. place an
Hornsby recovered a fumble. defeated a good team. Team Florida for the purpose of determining "X" in the space ,to the left of 1
carried the come early, and drive safely. whether or not bonds of the words "FOR BONDS."
and Kuleski
Abbott work and team spirit has carried said Town shall be issued in an

ball with Kuleski going over for the boys to victory in their aggregate principal amount of not If you are not In favor of the
Bulldogs Indians exceeding SIX HUNDRED FIFTY issuance of the bonds; place an
the second T. D. games so far. THOUSAND DOLLARS ( \
13 1961 0 $650,0001' "X" in the space to the left of
STATISTICSFlashes the bearing interest, the words "AGAINST BONDS."
Friday night Bulldogs
19 1960 0 annually at such rate or rates
Bulldogs meet Baldwin. This game shouldbe not exceeding the legal rate, as Section 5. Paper ballots shall
25 1959 6 shall be determined at the timeof
be used at said bond election for
.8 First downs 11 the acid test. Baldwin who the sale thereof and maturing absentee voting.

142 yards gained rushing 144 18 1958 6 lost to Hastings 7.6 and defeated serially in annual installmentsover The form of ballot" to be
13 1957 0 a period not to exceed thirty used at said precincts in said bond
69yards gained' passing 91 I Father Lopez 13-13 will be a (30)' years from the date of said election for absentee voters shall
20 1956 14 bonds for the purpose of financing
be in substantially
35 penaly yards 55 1955 0 tough opponent We will be the cost of the construction and form:

Bunnell 6 66 6 24 19 without the. service of halfbackKuleskl acquisition of additions extensionsand BALLOT
27 1950' 0 Improvements to the existing Town of Flagler Reach, Florida
St.. Joseph 00000 .I who was hurt in an: ac- Water System of the Town of Dond Election -November 6, 1962
7 1953 5 Flagler Beach as more specifically
Bob Abbott scored Bunnell's cident at home. described and provided in the or- Shall the Town of Flagler Beach
6 issue general obligation
45 1952 : : Florida
third T. D. 31 yard run. Jim Coach Bo Manuel and Jack dinance of the Town Commissionof
on a 0 ,, said Town calling said bond bonds in the aggregate principal

Brown scored Bunnell's finalT. I 14 1951 . Hardin will have the boys readyfor election adopted on the 27th day amount- the of purpose not exceeding- of financing$650.000for the
of September 1962 which said ordinance -
D. on a nice pass. 1- : this game. Coach McGriff is published in full ,belowas cost of the construction and acquisition -
250 38 of additions extensionsand
The Bulldog's defense did a scouted Baldwin Friday night. a. part of this notice. I improvements to the Water
The places of voting in said said bonds
System of Town
nice job on checking Jimmy So- With the season,one-third gone, bond election shall be the same bearing interest, payable semi-

lano and Victor Provenza. Danny BALDWINS ERNIE CRAWFORD'S we have seen some good games.A places the of general voting election which will to be be usedin held annually not exceeding at such the rate legal or rate rates as,

Taylor, Flash passer, was rush- 36 POINTS CONFERENCE TOPS good job by the, coachingstaff in the Town of Flagler Beach on shall be determined at the time of
the same date and such places of thereof and maturing serially
the sale -
ed by Bulldogs which finished and \as J. G. says "And voting are set out in said ordi- in annual installments overa

the Flashes' offense weapon. Baldwin's Ernie Crawford who away we go" See you all at nance published below. The polls period not to exceed Thirty (30)
will open at voting places on the years from the date of said bonds
has four T. D.'s and 4 p. a.. t.'s Baldwin. day of the said bond election the principal of and interest on

BULLDOGS INVADE INDIANS scored one T. D. land two p. a. t from seven o'clock a. m. until said bonds to be payable from ad
seven o'clock p. m. on the same valorem taxes levied on all tax-
CAMPING GROUNDS FRIDAY to take over the conference lead. IN THE,FLAGLKR CIRCUIT: COURT-COUNTY. IN J ANDFOR <'LO- day, all as provided in said ordi- able property in said Town with-
nance adopted on September 27th. out limitation as to rate or amount,
Bunnell Bulldogs will meet Harry KulesHi..scored .pne T.D. IN IDA.nit' :CASE FORFEITURE NO. 876 OF THE' 1962, and published in full below: and which. bonds may be addition

the Baldwin Indians Friday and is in second place with :33 FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY -* as a part of this notice. ally secured by the proceeds of
OF assessments on lands and
I 1. 1949 2' door. Chevrolet Sedan THE TOWN OF FLAGLER real estate benefited by such con-
Serial No. 8GKG 27444. BEACH. FLORIDABy struction and acquisition all amore

Answer To Puzzle No 725. 2. 1948 4 door. Dodge Sedan, THOMAS W. DUNCAN specifically described and t
ACROSS 53 Egyptian. Serial No. 31045135. Chairman of the Town provided in the ordinance of the
3. 1953 4 door, DeSoto Sedan Commission. Town Commission of the Town of
God (var.) rrii ,
IS l ANT E 0 C H A 5 Veh. No.. 55015614. ATTEST: Flagler Beach Florida adopted on
IGrab 54 Unit CoNTOuR 8 Th' 1370 1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: VIRGINIA L. SULLIVAN the 27th day of September A. D.
'6 Last 55 Capuchin A R iT. ERA A [ s. r l Jordan Cooper. Rte. B. Box 150, Town Clerk 1962.

.'11 Worker monkey N E S Is Ii 0 PER A 0 wi t Live Oak Florida. (SEAL)

12 Anoints 56 Frozen Ai! PIE N. TAW Lester Culver 408 N. 27th St., Commissioner Leonard C. Moody I I FOR BONDS I ILI S

14 Exclamation water IC 10 l LIE. a. U Y N iE S IS Fort Pierce., Florida. I introduced the following Ordinance:

15 Minute 58 Worm I A IS 1 ,A N. A Il A A A. N N I Willie., .JacksonvilleFlorida.Jackson. 5506 CaliforniaAve. ORDINANCE NO. 62-9 _


17 Plural 60 strip of cloth IT E A C Ii E R S. 8 E A A o Sending OR CLAIMING AN INTEREST II HOLDING OF A BOND ELEC-
19 Dress edge India Ii U u IP T IDA l S H A HI DESCRIBED PROPERTY: I ON THE QUESTION OF ISSU- If you are in favor of the issuance -
of the bonds place an"X"
. 21 Consume 63 Note ofscale E N A PEN N T 0 l E hereby notified that the above described ING $650,000 BONDS OF SAID In the space to the left of
22 Spread u 1 l l E R S o A t l I LEA property has been seized TOWN. the words "FOR BONDS." f
to dry 64 New York STEEPS SOL IDE R under and by virtue of Chapter I I BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
562 Florida Statutes as amended TOWN COMMISSION OF THE favor of the '
23 Perform river If you are not in I
24 Girl's name 66.Fleets of and is now In the possession of the 1 FLORIDA: Issuance. of the bonds place! an"X" :
Board of County Commissioners of the len or
18 Stairs 41 Small in tne space to
\ 26 Upper ships this County and you and each of Section 1. An election Is hereby the words "AGAINST BONDS."
atmosphere 68 Correct 20 Mud child you. are hereby, further notified ordered to be held In the Townof
28 Land 69 Strict 23 High cards 42 Pedal digit that a petition, under said Chapter, Flagler Beach Florida, on the Section 6. The Supervisor of I
measure 25 Immerse 43 Greek has been filed in the Circuit Court 6th day of November .4.D. 1962, Registration of Flagler County

29 Pungent DOWN 27 Brick letter. of the Seventh Judicial Circuit in to determine whether or not there Florida shall be requested to_pre-
carrier 44 City inAlaska and for Flagler County Florida shall .be Issued bonds of said Townin pare and-certify to the Town Commission I.
31 Electrified seeking the forfeiture of the said the principal amount of not exceeding of Flagler Beach Florida
particle 1 Depart 28 tobeof property and you are hereby directed ' SIX HUNDRED FIFTY a list of the names of all qualified If
32 Crawl 2 Edge 45 Has faith and required to file your THOUSAND DOLLARS ($650.0001' I registered electors appearing
33 Increased 3 Succulent 30 Turn 46 Intelligence claim if any you have. and show bearing interest on his books who are freeholders
of plant aside 48 Companion cause on or before the 7th day annually, at such rate or rates, not I residing in the Town of Flagler
depth 32 Stuffs 51 Fattened< of November. A. D. 1962. if not exceeding the legal rate as shallbe Beach Florida and, qualified to
35 Wave tops 4 Bristles personally served with process determined at the time of the vote at said bond election. The
) 36 Craggy hill 5 Nicer 34- Correlative chicken herein and within twenty days sale thereof and to mature serially TownClerk of the Town of Flag.
37 Bluegrass looking of eitherb2 Acclaim from personal' service if personally in annual installments overa ler Beach Florida, shall furnisha 1
38 Disorder 6 Attach 35 Heart' 55 Satisfy served with process herein, why period not to exceed thirty (30) certified copy of such list to the
42 Teases Inside (anat.) 57 Roof par the said property should not be years from the date of said Bonds Inspectors and Clerks of said bond
37 Sections 60 Male cat forfeited pursuant to said Chapter. for the purpose of financing the election. A copy of said list shallbe I
47 Mistake 8 Require Should you fail to file claim as cost of construction and acquisi- filed and preserved in the records -
48 Because 9 Malt drink10TheFr. 38 Citrus 62 Russia herein directed. Judgment will be tion of additions, extensions and of the Town of Flagler Beach.
49 Shop .) fruit entered herein against you in due improvements to the existing Water Florida.
50 Encounter" 11 Therefore 39 Peaceful 65 Sun god course.' Persons not personally System of the Town of Flag- Section 7. That this ordinance
40 67 PrintingGreece served with process may obtain a ler' Beach. The Town shall be unconditionally in full
51 Island off 13 Undisclosed Woody shall be published a* a part
of the for forfeiture to levy ad
petition obligated
copy of the notice of said bond election
14 In front of plant measure
filed herein from the undersigned valorem taxes on all taxable prop- with appropriate
. ..... Clerk of the Court. erty therein to the full extent an the Clerkof
-2 ..... in such form as
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i.t: 3 4 S :: 6 1 8 9 10 Witness my hand and seal of necessary to pay the principal of the Town of Flagler Beach
:;M' ; : W the above mentioned Court at Bun- and interest on said, bonds; provided shall determine, in The Flagler
12 13 nell. Florida, this 28th day of Sep- however that said bonds Tribune of generalcirculation
m t l tember A.D. 1962. may be additionally secured by a in newspaper Flagler Beach. Florida -
(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE pledge of special assessments lev-
each week for four consecutive
14 IS : I 16 yKI7: II Clerk of the above mentioned Court ied on the lands and real estate once week, the first publication -
'im : M Oct. 4-U-2tc benefited by said improvements to to be not less than thirty

19 20 ::::: 21 : 22 D IN. ,TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- the provided extent by ordinance as shall be of this hereafter Town days prior to -the date of said. bond

::;: :: : :::::: : ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I Commission. election.Section 8. Said election shall in

24 2S Sr 26 27' :28 FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLAG- Section 2. Said bond election all other respects be held and con- 1
} LER COUNTY., IN CHANCERY- shall be held at the same time ducted in the manner provided In
S NO. 4510 and places as' the general ejectionto the general law of the State of .
29 *;1 31 m J2D H. C. MOONEY. be held in Flagler Beach on I Florida.
plaintiff. the same date and the places for Section 9. This Ordinance shalltake
3S VB. voting in said bond election are effect Immediately upon its
:s. Ji ALTONA S. ).lOONEY. as follows: Flagler Beach Recreation passage and approval by the September !
Defendant.IN Hall. Flagler Beach. Florida. Adopted this 27th day of i

.:;:;. .: .....:..:..;,. ,,:....".."..,... : : : 31 : __ FLORIDA THE NAME: OF THE STATEOF The election places polls on from will the seven be day open of o'clock said at voting A.bond M. THOMAS Chairman. A. D. W.1962.of the DUNCAN Town f 1

38 39 .0 41':: Q TO: Altona S. Mooney* whose until seven o'clock P. M. on the Commission I
is unknown.
same day. Only the duly qualified '
You are hereby required to file electors residing in said Town who Virginia I Sullivan
/ / *
u Ij. 6 your written defenses on or before are freeholders and qualified free Town Clerk.
J October %9.- 1962 to the Bill .
holder electors eligible to vote at Approved this 27th day of SePtember -
I of Complaint filed herein againstyou said bond election under the pro- A. D. 1962. .
: i fMa and to serve a copy of the visions of Section 100.241 (2) (d), 8GEO.. WICKLINE
same on Fred R. Brannon. Jr.. P.O. Florida Statutes, will be permittedto Mayor. Town of Flagler
Y'l1 se Box 805. New Smyrna Beach. Flor- vote in said bond election. Beach. Florida.
I ida. The nature of this suit Is a
: Section 3. The Inspectors and I FOR
: suit for divorce. "The Flapier Tribune" .
/8f Thomas W. Duncan
Clerks for said bond election shall
16) is hereby as
be appointed by the Town Com- ,/S/ Gerald A. SmithS
In' which this Notice
mission of the Town of Flagler / / Leonard C. Mcody
u"I shall be published orice a week for
SRobert F. Henderson I
6 66 four consecutive we ks. Beach. Florida. and said Inspec- /
61J1 WITNESS my hand and seal this tors and Clerks shall be requiredto AGAINST
: 21st day of September A. D. 1962. make due returns of the result 4
69 : : (SEAL) F. A. SMYTHE of said bond election to the
Clerk Circuit Court Town Commission of the Town of i
By Julia R. Harvey. Flagler Beach.' Florida. !
ballots shall be
Section Paper
Deputy Clerk ;
PUZZLE NO. 726 Sept. 2f & Oct. 4-tt-l8-4tc used in said bond election. The October 4-11-18---Uc



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i ing heavy rains, shortly following
CONSERVATION f the first, stocking. Wads-
worth has done a good job of = =
>r I building up around the lake to.
NEWS roman W. RobinsonIn prevent outside waters from entering -]
I I I and hopes to have more'.
an effort to create a better :success with .the. next stocking.II }
understanding of soil and water I I j
conservation among the younger I
Soil Conservation Service Biologist
generation, the Flagler Soil Con-
Howard Bissland assisted
servation District has placed 50 E
local conservation technicians
conservation folders in the Bun-
with fish pond and wildlife
nell High School Library. The
management during the
folders contain material writtenin past fill
to Understand language, week. During his stay in the : ..iii7" ;;'
I' '1fuEfEm h
Flagler District, he visited the
and they will be useful in classroom "'
farms of Claude Yarn,
/ work as well as. individual Ti&J'
study. McKinney and L. E. Wadsworth. I :

"We appreciate these conservation -
materials and I believe
'I they'wlll be used'to advantage," PHARMACYSick I '
John D. Baggett, principal, said Room Supplfes-Sundrles i
upon receiving the folders. 24-Hour Prescription Service I' Shelton'sFresh ,
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
AlA 1 ml. North of'
-Flagler SCD Cooperator L. E. ORMOND BEACH. -TeL. OR 7-16C1 I
Wadsworth recently'.renovated
his eight acre fish pond south FREE PAINTOne Ii Florida Grade A
of Bunnell' preparatory to restocking I .
extra gallon of your choice FOLGER'S
with bass and bream. STEWING
with each gralloL- you buy

stocked The lake, but had the previously effort was been not Mary Carter Paint Store COFFEE

successful due. to the presenceof Also Westcate Khooplnx Confer HENS Ib 23<
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"rough fish" which upset the r'rl'..,......... .

.., bream.balance The between"rough the fish"bass mainly and O.Registered F. ALFORD 1 LB. 3 9 Pork LoinROAST .

suckers and garfish gained entrance I Can '
from outside waters, dur- Real Estate Broker *
. Bunnell Florida Whole or Half 59

......-......................................."" Limit One With $5.00
or More Food Center CutPORK .

.iScutlFUEL RCA VICTOR Order .

BILLS Southern Radio & Television Tender Baby I
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Sunday School 10:00 A.M. One With $5.00 McIntosh ,- t,'
Church Service 11:00 A.M. or More Food J
, APPLES : 39C '
f Order
R. W. DICKERT. Pastor
j 1-4 f. Lb. Bag
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see it now!
with the purchase of SOUTHERN YAMS .23: ? I
: Each
Flagler Hardware I Any SizeThermos ;. .1
Jugs Qt. Size Energy '. .:'," ',

f Railroad Ave. Coupon Void 10-6-62 BLEACH 15C
Phone ID 7-3191 Ice Milk . Each'/ ,
BUNNELL, FLORIDA Jill ill i1iili a j
Blue PlateSALAD ;
alit 3Uaglrr OJribiinrBUNXELI VALUE STAMPS 1 :: : I

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Three 39c Size Pillsbury, CAN DRINKS : . ': r' 49C ,
Duncan Hines I
Editor or Betty 6,for
Crocker Cake Mixes

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Quantity Rights
for Public Notices of Flarfer .
County.. .Municipalities thereto p t Reserved
and the State of Florida 50 FREETOP ,.

,Prices. Good
Entered as second class matter VALUE STAMPS
Oct. 4-5-6, 1962
February 6.1913. at the postoffice
$5.00 or more
at Bunnell. Florida.. under act of .\
Food order SHETTON SUPER Store Hour
March 3. 1876.
and this Coupon at
i\:\ Week 8a.m.-6:45p.m
One year .- __.....$%.50 SHELTON'S GROCERY MARKET
Sat. 8 ....9:00
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The Community :Memorial
Church dinner planned for !tonight -I
? (Thursday) is postponed'i Mrs. Lillian M. Schreiber, '79,
.. because .of the of 24 Ocean Shore Drive, Ormond!
' f members, Mrs. I Lillle Schreiberof Beach, died Monday at Halifax
:: ..'
" ,HospitaL She ,came here six
. Ormond Beach and George years ago from Long Island, N.Y.
4 Learmont of Flagler. Beach.. She was a member of the Orderof
the Eastern Star and the Community We Invite You to Compare Our; Every Day
, METHODIST CHURCH NEWS I Church of Flagler Beach. f

Next 'Sunday will be WorldWide Survivors include her hus-I Low Prices With Anyone ,
Communion Sunday, ,according I band, Peter; a daughter, .
to Rev. R. N. 'Hoover, Lillian Miller, Long Island, .
two grandchildren and onegreat Henderson's Pure Cane
. minister. Church school time is Pillsbury'sFLOUR
11 9:45 A.and M. Following worship service the worship is at I Funeral service will be at '2 SUGAR : 5LB.
o'clock this afternoon at the 5Bir: 39 49 ;
(: service there will be a dinner Woodward Lotwer Chapel' in BAG
and the official board will meet.' Holly Hill. Rev. R. W. Dickert,
after the dinner. pastor of the Community Me.. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
The Men's Club will meet morial Church of Flagler Beach, Betty Crocker
Interment will follow -
will officiate.
. Monday at 7:30 P.M., October Can Van
at Rest Cemetery in
Shady 3 00
8, and the Woman's Society of Holly Hill. Cake Mixes $1
. Christian Service will meet next
Thursday, October 11, at 9:30. I PorkBeansir$100: : fAr

__ A.M.. Both meetings will be in Qu'Ittell dk9k Musselman's ;

.. the church building.
\ t School ftewl APPLE 15 OZ.GLASSES
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. V. 2'12 Can Shurfme, HalvesPeaches 2 33

W. Haines for a few days is Mrs. Junior English Class SAUCE
Haines sister and brother in I 4 $

law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoi- On September 19, the Junior I 'for 1 303 Bush Hominy
lingsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Hoi- English Class wrote maxims : 303 Bush Pinto Beans I

lingsworth are from Ontario, based, on precepts of Ben Frank 303 Bush Black Eye Peas 1 10'
Sunsweet DriedPrunes
Canada, and on (their return trip lin's Poor Richard's Almanac. 303 Bush Baby Limas
home they plan to visit 3\\ broth. Some of the maxims originated 303 Bush Kidney Beans
er in Tallahassee and another by the student were: 59* 303 Show Boat Pork & Beans
sister in Missouri. Linda, Cody-Books are the BOA 303 MP Early June Peas Each
keys to knowledge. Teachers
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. are like pets-children soon tire Folger's
Hugh Arnold and family are of them. 12 Oz. Peter Pan

Mrs.Mrs. Arnold's William parents F. Glen, Mr., from and Tommy PolkA; word, in the PEANUT EACH Coffee 1cil. 39*

Jamestown, R. I. mind is worth ten In the book. 39
Sheffield-Homework is BUTTER '
Shorty I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
I The Woman's Club met Wed useless until you do it.

nesday afternoon at the clubhouse David Brown-One who sleepsin FLORIDA GRADE A Dand DFRYERS
'Central Ave., with 22 class will sleep all of his life.
members and guests present. Nancy Wilson-You will benefit -
Theme for the meeting was more from being on a school Whole, Pound
"Pay Your Dues and Dollar enrollment list noW: than from 33'Fresh

Dividend Day." Mrs. Louella being on an unemployment list. :
chairman tomorrow. -.>.--.*' *. -t -- .
Fleurie, of the Dollar ,,. ,. M'- I
Dividend program, discussed dif Allida Tucker-Ignorance; and BOSTON BUTT Larry's Home Made Pure Pork
ferent methods of raising
the program. failure years. Cheating have gone is helpful steady only for Pork Pound *
Dorothy Homans gave a book through its resistance. Knowledge Roast LB.55 Sausage 49
review on "To Kill a.. Mocking '
is like luxuries, once
gained one wonders how they
Following the meeting, a did without it before. Ignorance Palm River Sliced'BACON Copeland's All MeatFRANKS
lunch served
tempting was
is like a new-born calf-
Mrs. Lillian Bonday and Mrs. weak, wobbly, and starved. POUND
Paul Kelly.FUNERAL. 55
I Nell Johnston, Study not, pass ,
SERVICE not. Let your grades speak for _
FOR MRS. MIKELL i you, not your elghbor.- I
Funeral services for Mrs. Ver- Jim Brown-follow your teach- Northern Reg. Size Scott

ette Mikell, 63, of Jacksonville, e'rs directions; she may lead
were held at 3 o'clock Monday I you to a path of greatness.The TISSUE 25* Towels EACH
afternoon in the Lake Butler I Junior Class'thought that ROLLS 19
Cemetery at Lake Butler. She I the public might be interested
died in a Jacksonville hospital in reading these maxims which Limit 6 Please

Saturday afternoon after a long i they originated. I 12 Oz. Texize Liquid (Texy) Large .
illness. i Ninth Grade
She was born in Lake Butler The Nineth Grade elected
and had been a resident of class officers at their last meet Detergent 29 FAB. 25Limit
Jacksonville for five years. She ing. Those elected were: Zach-
formerly resided at Flagler ery Holland President; Betty i
Beach. She was a member of Lynn Bourne, Vice President; Save lOc One PleasePRODUCE ,
the Methodist Church. j I Isabel Greene, Secretary; Brenda FROZEN FOODS I'
. Surviving are her husband, Tucker, Treasurer; Sue Ellen Morton's Delicious
George Mikell, Jacksonville; a I Deeri, 'Register.The BEEFCHICKENTURKEY
Red Flame
daughter, Mrs. George Hodges, class also decided to :pay Tokay'GRIPES
Jr., Jacksonville; her father, $1.80 for their class dues. DINNERS Each 49*
Grover Driggers, Lake Butler. Sue Ellen Deen, Register 2 Pounds 29
Also surviving are two sisters I ,
two brothers, and several neices I Continued To Page 6 King Chinese t tI
and nephews.

.. . Chicken Chow Mein 59Chun Fresh GreenCABBAGE I
I[ .j, Shrimp Chow Mein tj,

OPENING FRI. OCT. 5 Beef Shrimp Chop Egg Suey Rolls Each Pound . 5< 'j

Fried Rice __.._.._.._......._.._.._...... 49c

i\\ Bamboo Cocktail: 6 Oz. Seald SweetLEMONADE Italian PrunePLUMS ,!

I 10 for $100 2 Pounds 29' !
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REVELSSTRICKLANDThe I Baxter Sutton, Valdosta, Ga.,
I and her' paternal grandmother, ,:
marriage of Betty Jo } Mrs. George P. Revels Sr. Grove :
Revels, daughter of Mrs. RobertB Iland; the groom's mother, Mrs. 1y"Check: With Us
Revels of Bunnell, and the M. C. Strickland Sr., of Ormond
late Mr. Revels, to Mr. Marvin Beach;, Mr. and Mrs. Don Deal I : ,
Russell Strickland, son of Mrs. and children of Miami; Dr. and .
M. C. Strickland Sr., of Ormond Mrs. L. J. Sutton, Cocoa; Mr. and
Beach and the late Mr. Strick- Mrs. G. F. Revels, Jacksonville;
land, took place Saturday eve Mr. and Mrs. Ken Satterwhite, Before You Finance !
ning, September 22., in the First I Clermont; Mr. and :Mrs. H. \
Baptist Church of Bunnell. The Mueller, Howey in the Hills;
pastor,' Rev. Thomas Pinner, officiated Miss Elise Revels, Orlando; Mr. "
in the double ring can- and Mrs. Bruce Wells, PIerson.
dlelight ceremony. Following a wedding trip the :
Floor baskets of white gladiolus couple will reside in (their new ...J./ Low Finance Cost. No Hidden "Extras*'!; fi "
fugi chrysanthemums and home on Highway 1 'at Favori-
tuberoses, potted palms and cathedral ta. ,I
candlelabra formed the t'I

setting for the wedding party. G. A. PROMOTION I. .J Select Your Own Insurance Company \; ,: .
The, bride was given in mar- Promotion Day for the Lois I : "
\ nags by Dr. Perry Sperber of Matthews Group of the Girl's ,-', ,.
Daytona Beach, close friend of r Auxiliary was held Monday aft- .J Terms Suit Your :" (
the bride's late father. Miss ernoon, Sept. 24, at Frist Baptist _. ; to ; -' I .
Whitaker was organistand -
Sammy Church. Girls receiving promo-
gave a program of nuptial tion certificates were Mary Ann
music. Mrs. Frank Clegg, sisterof Steflik and Nancy Hargett. ..J, Up to 36 Months on New Cars . : "
the groom, was soloist and Those who passed a. step in .., **4 .
sang "Through the Years" and the, G., A. work last year were '
"The Lord's Prayer." presented a G. A. charm bracelet .:' ; :'. '
M. C. Strickland Jr. served as with the Queen's Quest and G.A. .f Convenient Local Payments :1.
his brother's best man. Tom Emblem as charms, and a G.A. .
Freeman of Daytona Beach was Emblem Pin. They are Linda 1 ': ii: .
groomsman, and' ushers were Church, Melanie Cody, Elizabeth ..J Credit Life Insurance ':
Don Ray Vinson and Dickie Matherly and Mary Ann Steflik. Optional f't'

Cowart. Leona Kersey was presented a ,.. .
;Miss Lynda Revels, sister of G.A. bracelt with Queen's Quest i
.., the bride was maid of honor. charm for being, present at ev
She wore -crystal turquoise ery'meeting of the year. Mrs. S
.: chiffon dress with bateau neck- Mildred Lewis is leader and :Jl.I
line and full skirt. Her head Mrs. Ellamae Cauley, director.W. :: ,,CITIZENS BANK
piece was of turquoise silk or. .
ganza petals' with a large !rose M. U. EXECUTIVE ,. '-1; 't-
center of turquoise organza anda COMMITTEE MEETING I ; {
circular face veil. Her flowers Mrs. John A. Clegg, W.M.U.
I were a cascade boquet of pink president, was hostess to the retiring ' BUNNELL i
: sweetheart roses, aqua satin and incoming members of
I," leaves and pink and aqua ,the Executive Committee of the
t. streamers. Woman's Missionary Union of ,
The brides maid, Mrs. Tom the First Baptist Church, ;at her
Freeman, wore the same with home on Howe St., when she '
aqua sheath and over skirt. She entertained with a coffee from 1-
carried a colonial boquet of pink 11 to 1 o'clock Tuesday. '
carnations with aqua net and The dining table was overlaid 1i
streamers.The | with a white cloth which
bride chose for her wed i held the silver coffee service i
ding a waltz length gown of and trays of sandwiches, tea
satin brocade. The bodice had a I cakes, mints, nuts. The focal :
scooped neckline encircled with point of the table was a jewelrycase ;:;
t- small seed, pearls.' The sleeves I from which spilled the'
( were ,three quarter length with jewelry depicting the theme of
the same seed pearl trim. The the 75th anniversary of the or- ..
' skirt was done in soft folds 'both ganization of the W.M. U. whichis ''
t front and back. Her bouffant being observed this year. ..
veil was attached to a cornet The table in the Florida room .
crown of seed pearls with a seed was overlaid with, white fringed -E ors ;:
i pearl drop on the forehead. She cloth held more refreshments.The I
,carried a white satin covered W.M. U. colors of lavenderand F'L '
} prayer book with white catteya white were carried out in i-,: "
I orchids and lily of the valley the refreshments. Mrs. O. F. Al- '-,'
with love knot streamers and ford, dressed in a gown of the
valley lillies. 1888 era (the year W.M.U. was f

I". A candle light reception followed organized) greeted guests at .. "
I I in the Church dining door. -.' I
I, hall. Mrs. Clegg presided at the ", ': .
. The brides book was kept by executive committee meeting ., I
:Miss Celestine Stanish at around which was attended by Clarice : !
I table covered with a full Taylor, Julia Dashoff, Ellamae
J floor length cloth of white satin. Cauley, :Myrtice Hinson, Alma i -
/ The brides anniversary candle Sheffield, Nana Hilsenbeck, Hat- 11
I burned on the table. tie King, Lillian Harris, Thera p !
., The brides table was overlaid Cowart, Louise Church, Mrs. ,
with a floor length white satin Church, Sr., Winnell Improta, .'.
j jI
cloth. The four tiered wedding Stella Layton, Myra: Wadsworth, .
cake was encircled a, halo of Elpora Pinner, Eleanor Mather
I; pink satin and topped with a ly, Carrie Alford, and the host-
miniture bride and groom. The ess.
I traditional wedding band of I g'> '
., silver magnolia leaves tipped Mrs.: Betty Lee of Hastings I
!r: with pink gladiolus rosettes circled visited here several' days this w t
i the cake. week with Mrs. Mary :Miller whois
I Crystal wedding punch was ill at her home. >' '
served from a silver punch bowl 1 \ .
I reflected on a mirror edged with Mrs. Lucille Johnston has returned (: '
''I fern and vally lillies. to her home after receiving I
, Mrs. Jimmy Hargett, sister of medical treatment at the /
the groom, cut the cake. Others Flagler Clinic- and Hospital. : ic, > I

t assisting in caring for the guests \P .. .II ,. ..
.\ were Mrs. Tom Pinner, Mrs. PINETTES MEET WITH &. .5 -WL
Jack Clegg, Mrs. M. C. Strick MRS. ANN HAWKINS : I if :
.t land Jr., Mrs. Perry Sperber, Mrs. Mrs. Betty Hawkins was host- x :. .4 :-
Marjorie Kinney, Miss Beverly ess to a supper meeting of the :'':1 JJjililii.I
i Rodgers, and Miss Linda Harris. Pinette Club Monday evening at : ;is :<,;
her home in San :Mateo. I :' 't 4
'''It Among the out of town relatives f < v < J %>.>,'+::; y ;'
. present were the bride's :Attending from here were Mrs :\: > A ;: i .
; ; ; .
Pat Cowart Mrs. Joan
l maternal grandmother! Mrs. Peavy, 1' N"" ;/ W, ;:
Mrs. Margie Kinney, Mrs. Ann .
f . . .yyy. . Hunter, Mrs. Betty White, Mrs. -'/. ,
t Ylt : ?-t,
Joan Crews, and Mrs. Elissa FLORIDASTYLE % r: W :
PETERSON Tilton. I ;jg'-;; ;' :
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I recuperating from surgery at a I g.::;{;' .5' 1 4:.
Mechanical Work '
Light St. Augustine hospital recently. ,4":, : '-);
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I & & r ,IS ATf f TTjfff It reflects the warm Florida'sun...the sparklingJs

L JL JUEL/1 surf, the bright beaches, the waving palms. And,

FOR it reflects-a warm welcome to our Florida visitors.
I r 1 Make our guests feel at home with a Florida-style ,
: PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF . = 'Q Florida smile. Courtesy wins friends for Florida

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PAGE 8E& THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. ..BUNNEL4FLORIDA . Thursday, October 4, 1962
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TONHBLI. HIGH ; universities throughout the students in Kindergarten Johnnie Ruth Miller, Reporter.All to elect officers. Those elected
SCHOOL NEWS state., Further details will be through 12th grade on Monday, II twenty-seven members of to office were: Christine Casey,
forthcoming.John September 24. ]the class were present for the President; Shirley Townsend, \
Continued From Page 47A A Cannon Jr. A representative from Leon-meeting. I[:Vice President; Rodger Dykster,

'. doss Sophomore Class ard's Studio in St. Augustine I Johnnie Ruth. Miller, Reporter I j:Secretary-Treasurer; Christy Go-
, took, the pictures I I Han Devotional
8-B Class Leader; Dale
Section A of the seventh
On Saturday,. September '22 I
: I III Section B of the eighth grade Abbott, Reporter.
grade elected class officers on the Sophomore Class sponsoreda Senior Class
10. Those elected I held a meeting on September 18, j j Dale Abbott, Reporter
:; September car wash at the Texaco station The Senior Class held a class

were ident:; Ben Thomas Cannon Duncan, Vice, President Pres class In participating Bunnell. Members were: Brenda of the II meeting elect officers.on September Those elected 7, to ._-.-........-....-.........-.....mmmmm.....mmmmm.................._..........................-.---.

t ; Linda McNab, Secretary-I Aaron, Jack Abbott, Ida Allen, I were: Barbara: Smythe, PresiI FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
I Treasurer; Wesley Thomas, Re- Butch Anderson, Howard Bowers, I dent; Sandra Gumble, Secretary; j
porter.Wesley I. Cynthia Cobb, Scotty Crews, 1 Mechele Steflik, Treasurer; Carol j AMBULANCE
Thomas, Reporter. Heidi Eisenbach, Marie Flurie,i'Hoskins, Reporter; and Jimmy
Mike Hornsby, Puge Hugus, El- I Lopez, Parliamentarian. SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4-1625
College DayCollege '
... bert Tucker, Steve Neeley, Albert The Senior Class also has been I ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA ;
day will be held at Johnson, Mary Pache, Gloria I busy selling advertising for the I II
,Bunnell High School on Wednesday Johnson, Gavin Grace and annual and deciding on various I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We '."
October 10, from 1:00 I Cheryl Skolar. I money making projects. are always at your service with promptness safety and
p. m. to 3:30 p. m. College Dayis Carol Hoskins, Reporter I II experience.
The wash continued all
t car I
designed to acquaint all stu
l day and a profit of $31.10 was 8-A Class
dents In'grades 11 and'12 along I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
made. The Sophomores wish to Section A of the ,eighth grade
with the
: with parents I
extend their thanks to elected officers September 10.
everyone on Garcia Funeral Home
many complex details of seeking -
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time her husband died.
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight I are to speak the jargon of a For camellias for use in base The following varieties, are
L' & J were in Jacksonville Tuesday at- camellia fancier at the flower I plantings select Alba Plena, I I suggested for informal plantings
the funeral of Mr.
"... ....6Do: I Knight's aunt, Mrs. Linnie Cato. shows this fall. !Appleblossom, Cleopatra, Dawn I : Elegans Pink, Gigantea,
The fllower forms range from ,or Elegans Pink. For clipped Jarvis Red, Lady Clare, Leucan.
{' (Continued from page,5iMr. i Mrs. Z. G. Holland and Mrs. the simple single to the irregular I hedges fry Cheerful, Cleopatra, I tha, Prince Eugene Napoleon

r;< : and Mrs. Joy Sisco of I Walter Knight are in Jacksonville double or peony form. In Dawn, Prof. C. S. Sargent or Tri.I I and Sweet Vera. For mass and
i' : Jacksonville visited here Sunday attending the State Convention semi-double color. .
between are the !
:background select ;
at the home of his mother Mr.arid of the UDC. Mrs. Knight use such va-
1;,.' Mrs. C. A. Riddell. They I will receive the charter for the incomplete double, ,imbricated If you desire camellias for Unclipped II I rites as Debutante, Governor t
were also dinner guests of his recently organized UDC Chapterhere double, tiered and the regular hedges and screens, then Mouton, Lady Clare, Mrs. Charles ,
t. sister and brother in law, Mr. I at a luncheon today. imbricated.If plant Appleblossom, Herms or I I Cobb, Victor Emanual and White
Mrs. ,C. O. .of Flagler Several members of the local
r; and Magee I you are unable to recognizethe Tricolor. Empress.
Beach. chapter plan to attend the various flower forms from I _I
e'l luncheon meeting today.
l Visiting here this week with the above names, (then it Is a .. 1
;i Mr.: and Mrs. Harry McKinney John Jarosz has been a patient good idea to get a copy of Extension -
P.;; are their grandchildren, David in a Macclenny hospital Service Bulletin 161A, '
f ". and Sandra Morris, of Jackson since June. He had a stroke and 24 HourWrecker
Camellias in
:. ville. They are the children of Mrs. Jarosz reports he has now Growing Service
F t Mr. and Mrs.. William :Morris. developed gangrene in his left It is available from county and VV :
r; *''- foot. home demonstration agents.

'.'.:",. Augustine An item-ppearlng Record Tuesday in the un St. 1 Visiting here during the past What Variety? I j Flagler Truck & Tractor Co,
Shopping for camellias is likea I
4 der the head "Fifty Years Ago" : weekend with Mrs. John Jarosz
(:.- was the following: "County ![,were her son and daughter in lady buying a dress-it may MASSEY-FERGUSON :1
.. .... Commissioner Moody made ant Ed Jarosz and take considerable looking be- I I
I I I children Sandra Grove Farm Industrial
auto trip from Bunnell to St.I and Eddie, of fore make Equipment
Augustine and returned to Bun I I Miami. They visited with Mr. you can up your I I .t
mind. One to look is at VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 73242Owner
.' nell the same day. Commissioner :;Jarosz in the hospital during the 4
" Moody was the late 1.1.1 f weekend.Mr. the several flower shows sched Bunnell, Florida J JI
. Moody of Bunnell. He is uled for (this fall and winter. I
father of Mrs. Walter. Knight of 1 and Mrs: Alfred Tucker At the shows ,you will observe I
Bunnell. i I had as their dinner guests Sunday
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. of the latest vogue in flowers and r 't
!J Tony Carpenter Long ,
Island, New York. frocks.
f Mrs. Baxter Sutton of Val- !I .
dosta, Ga., is visiting here with Dr. Allen Reynolds and Mrs. I Unless you are willing to take CRAIG .FUNERAL HOMEA. -
it f, her daughter, Mrs. Robert Revels 1'!Betty Miller recently attended atwo a chance on success, it is a

r! and family. I' -day course at the Univers- good Idea to shy away from the R.. CRAIG. Funeral Director .
I l
ot Florida the of t
r ity on study untried varieties and select the.
HARDIN. Associate
and diseased bone and
healthy old-time varieties of camellias.
CLASSIFIED i I gum tissue and the treatment. Varieties that are known !ito,I AIR OXYGEN
The course was sponsored by the LADY
I Florida State Dental Society. grow well in Florida IncludeC. I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
They also attended a one-day .M. Hovey C.M. Wilson, Col- ATTENDANT
I II' I lecture in oral pathology which AMBULANCES
ii: ADS was sponsored by the Central letti, Daikagura, Lady Marlon,
, District Society and was held in Lallarook Lady Mary Cromartie, Phone ID 7.3532
u..tlDp under this heading are Daytona Beach. Mrs, Charles Cobb, Rev. John
if' 3 cents per word each insertion73 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
. cent la minimum eharxe. Dr. Reynolds also recently at- Drayton .and Semi-double Blush.' 11
r tended a two-day program of
-. WANT TO RENT-: Responsible oral surgery given by five prom -- --
I,. couple would like to, rent a inent Florida oral, surgeons at .
;.: three bed room house in Flag I the Northeast District Dental So-

r.-" ler county. Reply Box Z, Tribune ciety meeting in Jacksonville. ::

'1-,, office. 9-27-2tc I -- [

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: WOULD LIKE TO RENT-Furnished -.i ",thesndiestphones<< ;: I IY.

'. apartment, single, 2 to 3 I (By Hervey Sharp) ... .. .
L1. months. Write P. O. Box, 833, I Growing camellias is like pro- '. '.' ,

f.. Bunnell. 9-27-tf_ nouncing the names of the flow

. WANTED-Upright- piano for ering shrub-everyone has his

Sunday School room for Community own idea. are the phones at hand

t', Memorial Church at Some folks say ca-mell'-ia

Flagler Beach., Call H. E. 92314. while others prefer ca-me'-lia. i
9272tp. Both articulations are equally I (
acceptable depending on local I
t., WANTED--Bulk U..P..Gas) cus usage..
: tomers. Call Harris Appliance & Occasionally a. gardener gets
Gas. ID '7-3367, Bunnell, Florida.
his vocal cords tangled and refers -
, Aug 30-tfc to the glossy green plant
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!. FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer,
is considered a crime
Masonite. Call ID 73410.
againt nature in the ears of
.r:.. 6.21-tf' most camellia lovers.
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"', Repossessed due to unfortunate out the pronunciation, any va-

'. ," circumstances. 62 model perfect riety of Japonica will accent the ,
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"4 A condition. Sews forward and reverse beauty of a garden during the /

S makes buttonholes, sews flowering period. Another asset- '
: :fi' %F'Rr'::
; . on buttons, embroiders & mon the plants produce a display of U;: (;.o.; 8 f

I t ograms, darns & patches, tacks flowers during fall and winter Yin
'& hems, etc. Assume 6 payments when many other ornamentalsare

., of $7.75. CL' 5-1161, Daytona hibernating.
Beach.. Sept. 13, 5tp. Camellias tare adapted to
many landscape uses, says Dr.
r FOR SALE-L.-P. Bulk Gas. Wet E. W. McElwee, horticulturistwith

\\ill fill tank will ... .
or we
the Agricultural Extension ?YOC >Ya pjyy.
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furnish with ,
you a tank. Call Service,, 4z. ; xY. xYx. :': : ;i:
I Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at Camellias can be used as x; ''::s.t:f,4'i#.cr;;);v::. Y it ri3 r3; 6r'r fin _
ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida.
foundation plants, mass, screen
.Aug. 30ticSEPTIC and acceunt plantings, lawn t

r' TANK-cleaning reason- and background groupings, clip \

able rates. George Jarosz phone ped and unclipped hedges and
ID 7-3410 5-17 as tubbed speciments in the
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r EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE The seasanqua camellias can ,,
On TV Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing be used as espaliers for creating

f Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and foliage patterns on otherwise

ri all .small appliances. All work uninteresting fences and wall

i" guaranteed. Ormond Hardware,. spaces.
50V. Granada next 7-Eleven Slow-growing camellia varieties .
best for base accent and y r.1 : f'j.
r Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- are ,
i, 4114. May 17-tfc hedge plantings while varieties
, with spreading growth habitsare
, .: Ocean front housekeeping apartments recommended for mass Relaxing? Make the moments
more enjoyable with a lazy (and so
1 and 2 bedrooms
t! com and
unclipped herge
.2' pete with linens and all utilities. plantings.group Varieties having a i private) chat on your bedside phone. Count on your bedside phone,

\: Sun deck, fishing, swimming l pyramidal or upright habit are I too,. for that safe, cozy feeling. you like at night Throughout your
l' loafing. Day, week or month. best suited for accent, formal .
' Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. plantings and for dipped. r house; 'phones in the right spots add convenience and comfort f

I HE 9-2082 7-6tf hedges. whether it's bedroom, kitchen or den. When ordering your extension

r___ _ ___ _ Flower-wise the camellias are phone, ask about other modem telephone conveniences-the melodic

JOHNSTON'SL' divided into seven groups. It Bell Chime and 'Home office.I' .
!Is essential to learn to recog- Interphone. Just call our business
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