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 18, 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: VID00666
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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i ii I Activities of i Funeral For

i k: Tuesday For SPONSORING, SHOW I Youth Council MEET HERE FRIDAY. __ Barney I Trojan

I John JaroszFuneral Ir I Here Is Varied |Held Wednesday

services for John J.I _ j At the meeting of the Flagler :
I I Barney Trojan, owner and
Jarosz were held at 10 o'clock County Youth Council held recently -
j I long-time operator of the White
Tuesday morning from the 'St. the following officers '
Stephens Catholic Church. Father !were 3. Eagle Hotel and Restaurant at
elected to serve: Adult i iI
Diego Conesa officiated at the I Council Chairman, Mrs. Hazel I Korona, passed away early Saturday

Requiem Mass. Interment .fol I Holland; Vice Chairman, Mrs. t morning at the Flagler
lowed at the St. Ceme- Hospital in St. Augustine after
Mary's I t Bette McDaniel; Secretary, Mrs. I illness
an of
tery in Korona. The Rosary was months.
i Peggy King; Treasurer, Mrs. I
said at the Craig Funeral Chapel I Peary Blakely; Chaperone Chair- Mr. Trojan was born in Po-,
lland and came to Korona from
Monday evening.Mr. I man, Mrs. Freda Deen. Honor
Jarosz passed away early Council Members: Chairman, 'I Chicago, 111., in 1914. He lived
Saturday in Macclen- {I there and was active in community '
morning a. | Mike Hornsby; Vice Chairman,

ny hospital following a long ,I Jack. Abbott; 'Secreary and church, and political
illness. He was: born in Poland t Treasurer, Sharmon Townsend affairs during the 48 years. He
was a member of the Catholic
and had resided in Flagler I ,. I Council Members: Darell Britt, Church.He .
County since 1945. He came L.ee Bourne, Ann Bourne, Delores
here from Detroit, Mich., 'where I I is survived by his wife,
I I Deen, Lee
, he ... I Margie Blakely, Betty William S. Christian, grandmaster i Lillian Trojan, Korona; two
was employed in the automotive Lynn Bourne, Mike Hornsby J11
I of Masons in Florida, I daughters, Mrs. Helen Drazba of
before his The Bunnell ,
industry retirement High School Band i i Jack Abbott, Sharon Townsend,
is I' will be honored guest ata, meet- I Korona; Mrs. Wanda Zeller,
He was 75 years of sponsoring the "Jimmy'Strlck- ;Tommy Polk, Brice Hosford and
': of Masons of the 15th district I Oceanside, Calif.; two sons, Henry
age. He was a member of the land Show" on Thursday, October j Sandy Gumble.
Catholic 25 Friday evening here. A banquetwill Trojan, Newport, R. I.; Zeno
,Church. at 8 p. m. in the school 1 I I Serving on the Board of Direc--
Survivors include his widow, gymnasium. Tickets went onj;I tors for the Adult Council are: be held in the high school Trojan, Korona. Three sisters,
cafeteria, and the Mrs. Lottie
Mrs. Anna Jarosz, Bunnell: ,sale Tuesday and may be ob lee Bourne, Jimmy meeting will Albrecht, Chicago;
three daughters, Mrs. Anna Dun-1 l tallied from any band student. I I I Homer Brooks, L. W. McMillan,, be in the school gym with T. Mrs. ,Jeanette Olezewski and

son, Flagler Beach; Mrs. Rose-! The band will also have the!!Alfred Tucker, Herschel King, Shelton Brooks of Bunnell pre. Mrs. Doris Williams, both of

line Moroz, Warren, Mich.; Mrs. Chicken Pilau supper and the I I Lillian Hersey, M. B. McDaniel, siding. Gary, Ind; two brothers, Mitchell

Helen Macielog, Detroit; four Cake Walk at the Halloween: Fred Skolar, Mrs. Mabel Brooks Kowaleski and Theodore

sons, George of Bunnell; Edwardof Carnival at the Community Center :1 and Mrs. Alice Lovell. I Funeral For Kowaleski, Chicago. Also surviving

Miami; Frank, Melvendale, on Wednesday, October 31st.Proceeds Various undertakings ofthe are three grandchildren.

Mich.:, and Joseph of Dearborn, from both activities council include: I Funeral services were held

Mich.. Also surviving are 17 will go in the "Cherry BlossomFestival" I I Steve Allen. at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning
Engaging the Senior
Classto from ,St. Mary Catholic
grandchildren and 14 great fund.Engineer. I
II give dancing instructions to Church of Korona. Father
grandchildren. P. M.
I I I,the students of'grades 7 thru 9. Friday Conesa officiated In the Requim
Pallbearers were: ,P: J. Stanish I
2-Sponsored a member in the Steve Allen four Mass. The Rosary was read at
-year- son
Smith i
Andrew Zalewski, Henry Zeller,. "Miss
f I High Contest".
'of the Craig
Mr. Chapel
', John Walkowicz, M. C. J and Mrs. W. H. Allen, Jr., Tuesday night.
ski and Ted Kowan.1 I Purchased a punch I?<>wll l of Jarosz Trailer Park on State Interment followed at the St..

Craig Funerat, Home ;of Bun- Explains BeachWaterProposal I which was donated ,to the City Highway 11, was killed instantly Mary's Cemetery" in Korona. ,"

. I' hell.xaSlndchage of .
..* :" grange'ments. -t j j iCenteXy l ; --three ::1l oor' ,lajmps fof the. rear of ranjlk'delivery truck; John-Cyzyekk Jerry-SlovfeOc,.p::1t11=:a.J'_ _.__ ..._ __
rFlagler .+ 1 t lighting, the. game.! tables;' ode TIle accident occurred when Stanish; 'Stanley/Smigielsfci.. ; and
!I ',
I Colorless, ordorless, taste-free, .ping! 'pong table and table tennis the child had 'climbed onto the Henry Zeller.f ,, -- >

OH Co// ,.cool drinking water in ample I' supplies, such as cards, bingo, back platform of the truck. The Craig Funeral Home of Bun: :

I j quantities. checkers etc., and gift certificates driver returned to the truck and nell was in charge of arrange -

Is Now Headed :
I Dr. David B. Smith to describethe I program activities. the truck. The child fell and!

By Bob Cook s new water supply for Flag 4-Twelve table tops were the toy truck which he was playing

ler Beach. i painted with checker boards. /with fell on top of him. He i
Bob Cook has taken Annual
over operation Dr. Smith, the town's consult 5-Several special dances oth was rushed to the local hospitalby Meeting

of Flagler Oil Company, I ing 'engineer, spent two m6nths I er than the weekly dances were Craig ambulance and was ,

Phillips 66 Distributor for Flag last summer searching for such held during the year including pronounced dead on arrival, it Of Flagler -
ler County, and the station .
operation a: supply He found it in thearea I a Christmas Dance, Easter was reported. ,.

,of King's Truck atop. south of, the Bunnell Airport .Dance, Labor Day Dance, and a I .No charges were filed againstthe Farm r
Cook has. lived in Bunnell for
Six explorative_wells weredrilled I dance was held honoring the driver of the truck, it was
the past 10 years, and previously I'
and pumped in the area girls basketball team. Music I stated. State,Senator Edwin G. Fraser
operated Universal Car Serv. I II
j I jto 1 determine the quantity and was provided by an orchestra Survivors, include the parents, Macclenny, will be ,
ice. He is a member of the Bun- II I I guest speaker
nell Lions Club and the Methodist j o (quality or raw water in the underground engaged by the council on several Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen, Jr.; I I at the annual meeting of

Church. He lives : limestones.. The wells ocassions. One benefit, two sisters, Karen Diane and !!! Flagler Farm Bureau Tuesday,
St. with his wife Evelyn were less than 200 feet deep, dance was staged and the proceeds Tina Joyce Allen. Also surviving October 23rd, at 7:30 P.M. at

and their seven children. and, the water was found to were donated to the stadium are the paternal grandparents Bunnell Civic Center. .

contain less than 100 parts per fund for the erection of I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Senator Fraser
Flagler Oil Co. distributes million of chlorides. (A content I bleachers on the local football I (BillAllen, Sr. of Hastings, "Legislative speak on

Philheat home heating oil, the I of 250 is considered the upper field. I and the maternal grandparents. I Our Reapportionmentand "

Phillips 66 new Jet age fuel, according limit for a good water.) \t In addition to the dances the Mr.: and Mrs. E. H. Young of Bo- friends Economy.in He has "

to an advertisement in The new system will include j j council offered their assistance II vina, Texas.. through many his work Flagler on Agriculture County

this issue of The Tribune.' Cook' four wells initially, each with, to the Summer Recreation Pro- Funeral services will be 'held Committee and
is offering a set of six free 10- j' a capacity of 100 gallons per, gram conducted by the school !at 2 p. m. Friday from the First i Park Committee, Forestry as well and as'

ounce drinking glasses with a minute. Provisions will be madeto and aided in providing a Baptist Church of Bunnell with through his
pheasant design to the first 100 I add other wells as the demand wholesome and desirable recre- the pastor, Rev. Thomas Pinner, State Comtroller. campaignfor '

customers who fill their tanks for water increases. I.I ation program to the children offiic atlng. Interment will follow -

with Philheat. A treatment of the at the Espanola Included on the program are
plant to remove community during the Cemetery.
Area Jobber for Phillips 66 small quantities of sulfur and I' summer months. 'The body will rest at the Craig brief reports to be given by Don:

products is Hughes Oil Com to soften the raw water will be I The attendance and participation Funeral Chapel until noon Friday Moore on membership; George

pany. constructed near the airport,I I of the Youth Council activities and from 1 to 2 p. m. at Clegg, treasury report; Danny

and the .treated water pumpedto has increased consider- the church. Johnston, research; L. E. Wads- .
worth, tax committee M. C.
ENGINEERS STUDY the town through a 12inchline ably and it ,is expected to continue Craig Funeral Home of Bun Strickland ; .
resolutions and Wal
'along State Road No. 11. ,to increase in the future. nell is in charge of arrange
NEW ENERGY SOURCE The plant will have a capacityof ments. ton Kinney, nominations.A .

University of Florida research one million gallons per day special feature of the evening ..

.I. engineers are working with a to meet future demands. I I LUCILLE WALKER City Buys New'Equipment will be ,several selectionsby

small device which could resultin Among the many advantagesof the dance band of Bunnell '

revolutionary energy the proposed system are adequate ;RETIRES FROMTELEPHONE For High School Band.

water pressure for the
source. SERVICEMiss Families are invited to attend'
existing water services the
The device is a small tube ex Fire Department and refreshments will be served :
tension of water service to other Lucille Walker of Bun
which uses ionized to convert after the
gas I meeting.
heat directly into electricity. residents the installation of fire nell has retired from active The Bunnell City Commission

hydrants in areas not now protected service of the Southern Bell accepted the bid of Bunnell '
Called a thermionic con- I
1.10-1 I
energy and the furnishing of Telephone Company after 35 tor :
a. Company furnishing known as the small is
verter, it could be a real boost pumper,
for the nation's space program I equal in quality to that I years of service. new 1963 Ford F. 350 chassis for expected to be delivered to the
of any city in the state. Miss Walker was employed in the
J new fighting
, because it would simplify the equipment.The city within 90 to 120 days.
( use of the sun's heat for elec- exchange offices of the Com chassis will be delivered to The commission granted a re-
pany in Bunnell, New Smyrna Chicago where it i
will be from
trical power needed by space verter, said the University is the Beach, Cocoa, DeLand and Day- ped with eqUiP-I'I quest several citizens to .
ships and satellites. only educational institution in ona Beach. pumping allow cars to park on the foot
Robert L W. S. Darby. The price of Bun ball field. The cars may park'on
Bailey, teaching ,associate the Southeast currentlycon. She Is
residing here with her
nell Motor bid
was 2076.89 The thesouth side of the field
in electrical engineering I ducting such research on such mother, Mrs. Dais Walker, 510 Darby bid :!:
was $3,333.00.The
who is working with the conl. J device. ' .ort" Pine only, and this will be on a trial
,- Street 'equIpment which will'be basis.UBRARY .


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' I 1r 1- NOTICE \ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF form of the ballot to be used In I
Notice is hereby given that pursuant I FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA said bond election shall b-:
to motion duly made seconded IN CHANCERY NO. 4523 stantlally. in the following form i
and carried by the Board of LLOYD R. FISH. BALLOT

i FLMLER OIL CO. aid County Commissioners of Flagler Plaintiff Town of Flacler Dea Ja. Florida

-. County Florida at a Special meet- vs. Bond Election -No\emb 6,
of said Board held the 9th 100
ing on MYRTLE M. Shall the
HUGHES day of October A. D. 1962 Inspectors - FISH.Defendant.. Florida. Issue Town of Flagler Beach
OIL co's. general obligation
T and Clerks of each Election NOTICE TO DEFEND bonds in the aggregate
District or Precinct in Flagler principal
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: amount of not exceeding
. County Florida, were appointedand lor the $650.000
MYRTLE M. FISH purpose of financing
Voting or Polling Places for the
cost of the
3715 37th Avenue South construction
each District PrecinctIn
Election or Minneapolis 6. MinnesotaYou quisition of additions, extensions
Flagler County. Florida were
SensationalPHILLUP designated for the General Electionto are hereby notified that a and improvements to the Water

;. be held on Tuesday, the 6th suit has been filed against you in System of said Town said bonds
day of November A. D. 1962. the the above entitled cause; and you bearing Interest, payable semi-
said Board of County Commissioners are hereby required to file your an- annually. at such rate or rates,
-: Florida, swer with the Clerk of this Court, not exceeding the legal
of Flagler County
having appointed the following and to serve a copy thereof upon shall be determined at thet time

: named Inspectors and the plaltlff or plaintiff's attorney. of the sale thereof, and maturing
Clerks persons respectively and having whose name and address 19: serially in annual installments over
W. J. GARDINER a period not to exceed Thirty (30)
designated the following voting or
208% S. Beach St. years from the date of said bonds
for said Election
polling places :
I: P. O. Drawer 990 the principal * and Interest on
Precinct No.1
I said bonds to be payable from ad
: Daytona Beach. Floridanot
Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida. valorem taxes
levied on all tax-
later than November 2. A. D.
I Vote in the County Commissioners 1962. able property in saId Town without -
: I Room in Flagler County Court- limitation as to rate or amount 1
house at Bunnell Flagler County. If you fail to do so. decree pro and which bonds may be addition-

Florida. confesso will be entered againstyou ally secured by the proceeds of
'" Pearl Woods, Geneva Rodgers I for the relief demanded in the special assessments on lands and

.1 Flossie Richardson Inspectors; bill of complaint. The nature of real estate blnented. by such con-
i' abel Barrow. Clerk. IS-I I said suit being for divorce. truction acquisition all as \.
WITNESS hand and seal of
Precinct No. 2 my more specifically described and
. Flagler Beach Flagler County said Court this 26th day of SeP- in the ordinance of the Town provided -
: Florida. Vote in the Flagler Beach I tember A. D. 1962. I Commission of the Town of Flag-

Recreation Center Flagler Beach. (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE ler Beach> Florida, adopted on the.
j::: Florida. Clerk of said Circuit Court 27th day of September. A. D. 1962
Mrs. Jasper White. Mrs. Arthur By Julia R. Harvey.
Wilson Mrs. Willie Aaron Inspectors Deputy Clerk.

Mrs. Johnny Seale. Clerk. Oct. 4-11-18-5--4tc I


Haw Creek, Flakier County Flor- THE TOWN OF FLAGLER

PHILLARAMA Haw Creek. 6, 1962.NOTICE .
: Dorris C. Tucker. Mae Keifer.
Cazhla J. Trad. Inspectors Taudy
that bond election will be heldon
:,\ Precinct No. 3-A the 6th day of November 1962, If you are in favor of the issuance -
:n the Town of Flagler Beach.
Korona Flakier County. Florida. of the bonds place an
Florida for the purpose of determining -
Vote In Church Hall. Korona. whether or not bonds of X" In the space to the left, of
f Ruth Miknlka Sophie Smigielski. said Town shall be Issued In an the words "FOR BONDS." I

Antoinette Slovak. Inspectors; Imo- aggregate principal amount of not
gene Strickland. Clerk. exceeding SIX HUNDRED FIFTY If you are not In favor of the
FREE Precinct No. 4 THOUSAND DOLLARS issuance of the bonds place an
bearing interest, U650.0001' "X" in the space to the left of
Vote in St. Johns Park Community -
the words "AGAINST BONDS."
annually at rate or rates
Hall St. Johns Park. Flagler
not exceeding the legal rate as
County. shall be determined at the time Section 5. Paper ballots shall I
Gertrude B. Ramsey. Virginia P. of the sale thereof and maturing be used at said bond election for
Holt, Jo Ann Crews Inspectors; '
serially In annual Installmentsover absentee voting..
: Eva R. Wiser Clerk. a period not to exceed thirty The form of ballot to be

- Precinct No. 4-A (30), years from the date of said used at said precincts in said bond
200 BONUS STAMPS Vote In Masonic Hall Bunnell bonds for the purpose of financing election for absentee voters shall
Flagler County Florida. the cost of the construction and be in substantially the following
acquisition of additions extensionsand :
Jennie R. Green. Amorette D.
Wells Margaret Harding Inspec- improvements to the existing BALLOT
tors; Grace Wray Clerk. Water System of the Town of Town of Flakier Beach Florida
Flagler Beach as more specifically Bond Election -November 6, 1O62
100 TOP VALUE STAMPSIf Precinct No. 5 described. and provided in the or- Shall the Town of Flagler Beach.
.' Vote In Community Hall. Espanola. dinance of the Town Commissionof Florida issue general obligation
Flagler County. Florida. said Town calling 'said bond bonds in the aggregate principal
you fill your tank before Nov. 1 Celia Joyce Emery, Mauice :Mc- election, adopted on the :27th day amount of not exceeding $650,000
Kenny. Mrs. Norman Lane Inspec- of September 1962. which said ordinance for the purpose of financing thecpst
tors; Frances Arnold Clerk. is published in full belowas ?* the construction and acQUisltion -
Precinct No. 5-A a part of this notice. I of additions

100 TOP VALUE STAMPSIf Delores Schatz. Blanche Andreas, The places of voting in said I nd'jmproveme ts'-i theeWater;

Margaret Collings. Inspectors; Co- bond election shall be the same System of said Town, said bonds
lev Mitchell. Clerk. places of voting which will be used bearing interest, payable semiannually -
you- go on Automatic Keep Full Service By order of the Board of County in the general election to be heldin at such rate or rate

, ; Commissioners of Flagler County the Town of Flagler Beach on not exceeding the legal rate *8
Florida. in Special Meeting at Bun- the same date and such places of shall be determined at the time of
nell Flagler County. Florida, this voting are set out in said ordi- the sale thereof, and maturing serially -
nance published below. The polls I in annual installments overa
9th dav of October. A. D. 1962.
PlusFREE John A. Clegg. Chairmanof will open at voting places on the period not to exceed Thirty (30)
the Board of County day of the said bond election years from the date of said bonds
Commissioners of Flagler from seven o'clock a. m. until the principal of and Interest on
o'clock the said bonds to be payable from ad
County. Florida. seven p. m. on same
ATTEST AND COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS day. all as provided in said ordi- valorem taxes levied, on all tax-
SEAL ,> nance adopted on September 27th. able property In said Town with- j
AFFIXED4 F:.F 1962. and published in full below out limitation as to rate or amount :
tO oz. Drinkingcglass E: *V. SMYTHE.. Clerk Board': as. a part of this notice and which bonds' may be 'additionally f
TO'VN' secured by the proceeds of
of County Commissioners of THE COMMISSION OF
Flagler County, Florida. THE TOWN OF FLAGLER assessments on lands and I 1
real estate benefited
by such construction t
October 18-ltc
with pheasant design I and acquisition, all as
THOMAS W. DUNCAN more specifically described and
Chairman of the Town I I provided in the ordinance of the
The Board of County Commis- Commission Town Commission of the Town of 'j

sioners of Flagler County Is of- ATTEST: Flagler Beach Florida, adopted on
Set of Six Glasses fering the following two items for VIRGINIA L. SULLIVAN the 27th day of September. A. D. 'I i
sale: Town Clerk 196:. "
1. One used dump body. for truck (SEAL) t I

TO FIRST 100 CUSTOMERS with bulldozer.2. One hoist.used protector cab for I introduced Commissioner the following Leonard Ordinance C.; Moody: I I FOR ,BONDS t ,I

Sealed bids for the above will ORDINANCE: NO. 62-0
Minimum 35 Gal. FillupCall be received until 9:00 a. m.. November AN ORDINANCE ORDERINGAND LJ AGAINST BONDSINSTRUCTIONS 1

5, 1962. in the office of the PROVIDING FOR THE 'f
Clerk of the Circuit Court in the HOLDING OF A BOND ELEC-
Flagler County Courthouse Bun- TION IN THE TOWN OF < i
i nell and St. Johns County line FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA, TO VOTERS I
reserves the.right to reject any ON THE QUESTION OF ISSU- If you are in favor of the issuance I
and all bids. ING $650,000 BONDS OF SAID of the bonds place an-. :
Flagler Oil Co. The above equipment may be Inspected TOWN. "XIn the space to the left of j
at the Flagler County BE IT ORDAINED BY THE the words "FOU BONDS." 1

Stockade. Bunnell. Florida. TOWN COMMISSION OF THE :
Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this TOWN OF FLAGLER BEACH If you are not In favor of the
15th day of October 1962. FLORIDA: issuance of the bonds place an
"X" In the space to the left of roi'
John A. Clegg, Chairman. Section
1. An election is hereby the "
Board of County Commissioners ordered to be held In the Townof words "AGAINST BONDS. .

NOW ID 73498To of Flagler County. Flagler Beach Florida, on the Section 6. The Supervisor of
Florida. 6th day of November. A. D. 1962, Registration of Flagler County
ATTEST: to determine whether not there
or I II. Florida, shall be requested to
E. A. Smythe. Clerk. shall be issued bonds of said Townin I and prepare -
certify to the Town Commission
October 18-25-2tc I. the principal amount of not exceeding -I I' of Flagler Beach l<'Florida

SIX HUNDRED FIFTY a list of the names of all qualified i
registered electors
- - - - $650.0001' j
Sealed bids will be received in bearing interest, on his books who are freeholdersresiding
the office of the City Clerk of the annually at such rate or rates not in the Town of Flagler

FLAGLER OIL CO. Bunnell Florida City of Bunnell Florida, in the exceeding the legal rate as shall Beach. Florida, and qualified to 11
before be determined the time of the-
Civic Center Building on or at vote at said bond election. The
12:00 o'clock noon on the 5th sale thereof- and to mature serially Town Clerk of the Town of Flag I
YES, I WANT MY BONUS STAMPS day of November A. D. 1962 for. In annual Installments overa ler Beach Florida shall furnisha
the sale of 1949 Willys station period not to exceed thirty (30) certified ''copy of such list to the "
PLUS FREE SET OF GLASSES wagon 4 cylinder Model No. 463. years from the date of said Bonds Inspectors and Clerks of said bond I'

The above vehicle may be seen for the purpose of financing the election. A copy of said list shall .!
TANK by contacting the City Clerk. cost of construction and acquisi- be filed and preserved in the records -
Q The City Commissioners reserve tion of additions extensions and of the Town of Flagler Beach
the right to reject any and all bids Improvements to the existing Water Florida. I
and to accept the bid that In its System of the Town of Flag
Q SIGN ME UP FOR AUTOMATIC KEEP FULL SERVICEMY judgment will be for the best interest ler Beach. The Town shall be unconditionally Section 7. That this ordinance
of the City of Bunnell. Flor obligated to levy ad shall be published in full as a part I
valorem taxes on all taxable of the notice of said bond elec-
ida.WITNESS tion, together with an
my hand and official erty therein to the full extent appropriate
to the of caption In such form as the Clerkof
seal this 8th day of October A. D. necessary pay principal
I use (!1 o'.. 2 Fuel Oil) (Kerosene) (Cross out one) 1962. and interest on said bonds; provided the Town of Flagler Beachshall
(SEAL) C. B. EISENBACH Mayor ,- however that said bonds determine. In The Flagler
City of Bunnell. Florida may be additionally secured by a Tribune a newspaper of generalcirculation
ATTEST: Nancy C. Rodgers pledge of special assessments: lev- In Flagler Beach Flor-
Name City Clerk. ied on the lands and real estate ida onee each week for four con-

October 11-18-2tc benefited by said Improvements to secutive weeks the first publica-
,, the extent as shall be hereafter tion to be not less than thirty ..
Address.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEV- provided by ordinance of this Town days prior to the date of said bond

E1\ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Commission. election. I
Section 8. Bald ejection
shall In
Section 2. Said bond election
all other
City LER COUNTY, IN CHANCERY shall be held at the same time ducted in respects the be held and con-
manner provided In
: NO. 4519 and places as the general electionto the general laws of the State of
I H. C. MOONEY, be held in Flagler Beach on Florida. I
plaintiff. the same date and the places for Section 9. This Ordinance t
f Expiration date NOT. 1, 1962 va. voting in said bond election areas take effect Immediately upon Its

ALTONA & MOONEY. follows: Flagler Beach Recrea- passage and approval by the Mayor. C
Defendant. tion Hall. Flagler Beach Florida. Adopted this 27th lI(
I - ,- - - - day of September I
The polls will be open at voting
: A. D. 1962.
places on the day of said bond THOMAS. DUNCAN
election from o'clock A. M.
TO: Altona S. Mooney. whose Chairman of the Town
until seven o'clock P. M. on the residence Is unknown. same day. Only the duly qualified I
I You are hereby required to file electors residing In said Town who ATTEST:
FLAGLER OIL! CO. your written defenses on or before are freeholders and qualified free- /SVirginia I* Sullivan :
October 29, 1962 to the Bill holder electors Town Clerk.Approved .
eligible to vote at
this 27th
filed herein SeP-
of Complaint against
said bond election under the
pro- tember A. D. 1962.
you and to serve a copy of the
visions of Section
100.241 (2) (d), /S/
same on Fred R. Brannon. Jr.. P.O. Florida 1
Statutes will be
Box Beach. Flor- permittedto Mayor Town of Flagler /
SOS. New Smyrna I II
vote In said bond election.
OIL CO. ida. ,The nature of this suit is a Beach. Florida.
HI6NES suit for divorce. "The Flagler Tri- Section 3. The Inspectors and FOR
bune" is hereby designated as the Clerks for said bond election shall I /SThomas W. Duncan i
newspaper In which this Notice be appointed by the Town Com- /SGerald A. Smith
shall be published once a week for mission of the Town of Flagler /8/ Leonard C. Moody
four consecutive weeks. Beach. Florida. and said Inspec- /SRobert F. Henderson
Oil Organization WITNESS my hand and seal this tors and Clerks shall be requiredto ACAINCT I
This Area's Largest
21st day of September A. D 1962. make due returns of the results
(SEAL) F. A. SMYTHE of said bond election to the
PALATKA GRAND OPENING-OCTOBER ,26 and 27 Clerk Circuit Court Town Commission of the Town of
By Julia R. Harvey. Flagler Beach. Florida.
DenutT Clerk Section 4. Paper ballots shall be

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'1\\soap, October 18, 1962 ______ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
q.d'- tit' -rUP;Sl_ a4-,I I verbena phlox or some of the -'< '"-
dwarf nasturtiums. ,

(BY Kerrey Sharpe) | With. up to 100 annuals to Top Value Stamps .. ENTER. TODAY!

choose from, it shouldn't be a 4
October among other things, WIN ATHUNDERBIRD
is the month of marriages. It I problem to. fill the garden with

is second to June in popularity.If .:I many. kinds of colorful plants. '
prior commitments prevent After sowing the seed of your; I !
fall choice in flats, and while you ,
marriage you can at least
in love with gardening, because are waiting for them to reach I HUNDREDS OF OTHER PRIZES
growing flowers won't make you transplanting size, prepare the I All from Top Value Stamps
\ a bigamistAlso flower beds. Family Gift CatalogSHELTON'S

license ,to garden won't First turn the soil with a!
require a blood test, but once spade or other tooL Remove all .
you get gardening in your blood weeds, sticks, stones and other GROCERY
you will never become divorced debris and then rake the area
from the hobby.Regardless into a loose mixture for good .
of your amorous aeration and drainage, I

situation U you're going to havea If available, it will pay to Maxwell House -
topnotch .flower garden this work into the top six inches of I PORK SALE
fall and winter now's the time the soil some grass clippings,
to plan the-planting layout compost or other orgapic Coffee 39$

For best posing of color, locate I terials. While ,doing this ma.1
the annual flowers so they might also add 5 pounds of Boston ButtPork

bloom in front of a backdropof I perphosphat per 100 square feet I 1 Pound Can
green foliage. This technique of bed area.Transplanting. Roast Lb.45'
will make the colors show up from the flat to I Save 31c ,
vividly. the flower bed is a test of your ,

<< Also in selecting the plot, remember green thumb.To .
that for best color de- make the honor roll, picka Fresh LeanPork Limit One With $5.00
Or More Food Order
,velopment most annuals must nice cool, cloudy evening, after
I have a full five-hour sunbathper a rain if possible. Use care Steak Lb. 55'
day. in handling the seedlings. Break Grade A Florida
Next comes he vexing prob- off as few roots as possible;
lem of what to plan Choosing don't expose them to direct,sunlight Lean Center Cut Large
plants by heights is one probe or the air for a long period;
lem-solving approach. Some don't set plants too deeply, and Doz
taller growing annuals for the give them partial shade until Pork Chops Lb. 69"Rib Eggs53
back areas of the garden are they have a chance to recover ,

,, delphinium, larkspur, cleome from the shock of transplanting.To .
and hollyhock insure best possible growth, EndPork Save lOc
In the center rows and toward keep the soil moist. When two

the front you may consider the or more true leaves',appear, feed Roast Lb. 49
medium height plants. Petunias, the plants with about, 3 poundsof ,
calendulas, ageratum, didicus, 6.6.6 (N-P-K) fertilizer per Kraft

gypsophilla, linaria and carnations 100 square feet of bed area. In Loin End ,
ale examples. For low some cases you may need to MiraclePork
edging you might use allyssum, ,make a second fertilizer appli

cation prior Activities to flowering. Roast, Lb. 53 Whip 49 Qt.

DAYTONA BEACH This is a busy month for gar.

deners. World's BestGround .
00 Now is the lime to make hard Save 12c
MON.OCT. wood cuttings' of such popular I
Beef f. A $139. ,
shrubs as abelia, flowering, .'
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quince hibiscus,
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BETHUNE POINT turk's cap, crepe-myrtle, privets, : 'I
pomegranate and yellowelder.A
few of the many other activities -

rye, Kentucky blue or red ,top
grass in lawns for greener win. \ I I

f'. ter color; planting cool weather Winter Garden 24 Oz. Fancy Yellow .
vegetables; and digging and Apple . : I
storing caladium bulbs. Cherry 29C BANANAS' . 9(:.
4 Spraying' azaleas, with iron Peach Each P 1t'd'.{1 -, . -{
sulphate if needed, checking Limits : ,

plants for scale infestation, trim Farm FreshFRENCH . .
ming spring flowering hedges, M r., G 9 Oz. ,. .
mulching fig trees and prepar- FRIES 29C POLE BEANS 19C
IN ITS ing, all for Pound
VAST your shrubs ,for the cool 3
ENTIRETY; JUST AS months ahead are other chores
SHOWN IN NEW YORK. that will keep you busy. \


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DAYThe 0 Good
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sights...Brimming with Thrills and Lit
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The Methodist Men's Club
"' GREAT LAKES will pick up newspapers and All of Our Steaks Are Cut
Alen R. MIssinne, son of Mr. magazines again this Saturday
and Mrs. Emil G..Missinnet; of morning.' Please place them '
Flagler Beach is undergoingnine near the side of the road. I'I From U. S. D. A. Choice Beef,
weeks o f basic recruit The Methodist church will be
, '. training at the Naval Training host to the ,Jacksonville District I Properly Aged Guaranteed
Center, Great Lakes Illinois. II Weslyan Service Guild's Annual ,
The indoctrination to Navy Spiritual Life Retreat this
life began in September. It consists *II Saturday and Sunday. I Tender.
fitness drills,
physical Sermon topic next Sunday by I
military drills, basic military will be !
1 Rev Reynold Hoover '
" law, customs ,and, etiquette of.II. "Sayest' We Not Well That Tou I FRESH FLORIDA GRADE A WHOLEFRYERS
the naval service, swimming "
Art: A Samaritan. Church school
_. and survival, first aid and basic' serviceis j .
,' time is 9:45 and worship. I Pound
routine. at U o'clock. I 29
the t.aining
The church school is making I
,I receive tests and interviews! ,
I plans for its annual UNICEF I
r which determine future training drive which will be Tuesday,
,_ and assignments in the Navy. October 30. 1

AND RUMMAGE SALE Come +to Johnson Memorial,
;: the little Brown Church in the
J.. The Flagler' Woman's Club i Wildwood. You will find it under I
will hold a white elephant and the trees five miles- below I I
rummage sale at the Flagler Marineland on Highway AlA.I I TENDER Pound
Beach Recreation Center, Central Sunday school at 10. Preaching I WESTERN CHUCK ROAST 59
Ave. and 8th St., October 26 and. service at 7 P. M.
27 from 10 a. m.'to 5 p '.m. The nominating committee:
", If you wish to have your donation has been appointed and is plan.
: picked up phone Mrs. ning for a challenging new-year.
Juengllng HE ,9-2010' or Mrs. All are welcomed by Pastor LYKES k EO PICNICS 3e:' $1"
Sindelar HE 92360. Billy Babbitt of Flagler' Beach
and faithful workers of the
. Mr and Mrs. Bob Whitneyand Wildwood..
family were recent visitors MBY POUND -

Mr. and Mrs. G..'A. Smith and The Garden Club met at the
daughter, Linda, left today for home of Mrs. Sarah Martell for
Benton Harbor, Mich., to attend the first meeting of the year.
the 50th wedding anniversary Lunch was served by Mrs. Mar- COFFEE
celebration of' her parents, Mr. tell, assisted by co-hostess Mrs. CAN' 39Limit
and Mrs. E. R. Adams.Mr. Juanita Strauser. Minutes'of the
May meeting was read and three 1 with $5.00 or more food orderFolger'

and Mrs: John :Morris, of,guests were presented for membership -
InstantCOFFEE Buy Now For Halloween Brach
J Sparta, N. J., visited Saturday in the club. Motion was -
afternoon 'with Mr. and Mrs. made ,by Mrs. Fuelling that we

Henry and Mrs.tMbrris Shill and.Visited family. some\Mr. welcome Clark and Mrs.-'Mrs., Duensing Brandt Into, Mrs.the VS-:;! 79* Candies -N 29*'

points of lnterestjiri_ St 'Augustine club. Mrs. Hanselpacker- seconded -
and then went to :Miamifor the motion and it was car
Shurfine Grapefruit 39c Pillsbury
the remainder of their vaca ried. .
tion. Mrs. Morris. is a. cousin of Mrs. Florence Swenk was pres-

Mr. Shill.RUMMAGE. I at ent after Conn.spending Mrs. Martell the summer an- Juice, 5 4Z $! 00 Cake Mix ':; x100

SALE TOMORROW nounced that Mrs. Routzan will
The ladies of the Community be a guest of (the club soon.
Shurfine 303 and RedTomatoes
I 2y2 Bright
is district di-
Memorial Church Guild'will Mrs. Routzan our .
hold; a rummage sale tomorrow rector. .
(Friday) from 9 a:. m. to 5 p. m.I. Mrs. Martell named her committee Peaches'r: $100 x100
in Fellowship Hall: chairmen. A flower work 'fr
will be held at the homeof
;; The church Sunday school shop
time is_9:45: a.. m. every Sunday .I Mrs. Strauser October 17. The
and church service time is Bunnell PTA invited the club HENDERSON'S
11 A.M. Rev. Dickert's sermon to have a booth at their Halloween -
topic for next Sunday will be,I carnival. The club voted I Pure Cane SUGAR 5 POUND 39
'loving Jesus Christ. I I l.to have a booth. The new BAG
'shrubs at the park are coming
Mr..and Mrs..George Moody,Sr., along nicely under care of Mrs.I Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
left Wednesday to visit with her. Sue Spivey. Mrs. Spivey devotesall ,
Beachnut Strained
relatives in Ft. Walton, Florida, her leisure hours caring for

and Montgomery... Alabama.Community the Mr.plants.and 'Mrs. E. D. Johns visited Baby Food .,6r: 59* Drinks, 3 4:.::. 89

with their daughter and
family, Rev. and' Mrs. E. B.
Large Box Limit 2 Richland
Memorial Church Turner in Monticello, Florida,

AIR laterea.lD1aaU.Dayton CONDITIONED Ave. I over Alabama the weekend.led all states in the RINSO 25* RICE 2 '1'11' 29

number of visitors to Florida
Sunday School 10:00: A.14. ting 12,840,230 tourists who visit- 4 Fishermen OCEAN PERCH U. S. No. 1 WhitePotatoes
ed the state, 12 cent were
Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. per

W. DICKERT. Paator from with Alabama.11 per Georgia cent and was New second -. FILLETS, 5 lb. Box $1.99 10 Lb. Bag 39?
York was third with 10 per cent.
. 10 Oz. Bird's Eye New Crisp GreenStrawberries

I 3 for 79 CABBAGE Pom1 5*
AMBULANCE 11 Oz. Swanson or Morton Tasty Red Delicious


Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

are always at your service with promptness. safety and STORE

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Garcia Funeral Home ,
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
PRICES GOOD THURS.; FRI. SAT. OCT. 18-19-20, 1962
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Our recent bereavement which I
t Q' has visited our home has r HIGH FUEL Bill:

brought to us a greater appreciation
of our friends. Such rake '

: LOCAL'41 kindnesses and ,thoughtfulnesscan iIfLR you "
;;i never be forgotten. We
would also like to thank all hit the ceiling! ? .

those who ..participated in the
I funeral. For the beautiful floral .'
t I cards, and other
1 offerings many I
) I The Flagler County Junior expressions of sympathy, we are
l' Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr.,was hostess I Woman's Club is sponsoring a deeply grateful.Mrs. it AN ORDINARY HEATER!

at the meeting of the UDC bake sale on Saturday morning John Jaroz and Family
. Chapter Thursday afternoon in front of the Post Office build-

Mrs. Walter Knight, Chapter ing. Mrs. Gordon Buckles is
.i'i President, gave a report on the chairman of the sale. Mrs. Ruth Flake it;,
State Convention held in -Jacksonville -I

I /f' recently, and showed The Flagler Juniors have recently Of Hastings I V L _
the charter which was presented reactivated and are get. ___
to her at the meeting. Mrs. Zack ting.their new club off to a good I

J Holland, Jr., a; member of the start. Those in charge of the Passes AwayMrs. ;< a f a

St Augustine 'Chapter and also sale are Mrs. Bill Baker', Mrs. Ruth Flake, 45, of Hast

I past District Director, was a Paul White, Mrs. Henry Townsend ings passed away early Tuesdayin

guest at .the meeting. Six members and Mrs. Ed Bielejeski.Mr. a Gainesville hospital follow

of the chapter were also ing an illness of several weeks. !
I / present. I and Mrs. Frank Polhill She had been a life-long resi

and children of Clewiston spent dent of the Hastings area.' She II ___
I the past' weekend here visiting was a member of the United
, 'HOWELLThe with friends. Mr. Polhill servedas Methodist Church of Hastings,
f MRS. Flagler County Agricltural Hastings Business and Professional
Royal Neighbors will meet
.1 Agent several years before go- ,Women's Club, and before 3
at, !the home of Mrs. Minnief
ingto Clewiston. her illness was secretary at the
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f Howell 'on Monday evening, October -
f 22., All members are invited .... Hastings Agricultural Experiment
'*to attend. Miss Sammie Whitaker, stu Station. I.
Survivors include her husband,
dent at Florida State University,
J.,H. Flake Jr., a daughter, Mary i _
j MRS. DURRANCE spent the.past weekend here
Cockfleld; a son, Jamie Cock- '
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HONORED GUEST AT with her parents.Mr. .
field, all of Hastings. Also surviving -
are two sisters, Mrs. Wal
Mrs. Omega Durrance was
birthday and Mrs. T. E. Holden lace Stevens, of Hastings, and
honored guest Sunday at a x.

dinner at the family home, have returned from a vacation .Mrs. Carol Bates, Federal Point; ....... .- .- .- ,,. .. ...,....,.......
t spent in the mountains of North two brothers, Donald Gray, Federal ::":" 4:::; :=< : : '>:;::W)?: <::: <"-;:<:{'''' ::
f Moody Boulevard. I t t.:: i!!r f ' : never waster
Carolina and in Elizabethton Point, and Herbert Gray, .I''E. tftE
Those attending included, her 'Ikiiiill 1I iiiI.. : heat on the
t I children, grandchildren and Tennessee. Flagler Beach. ceiling' or out
Funeral services will be held
great grandchildren. the Chimneyit ,
t at 10 o'clock this morning
Mr. and<<: Mrs. Andy Yelyington United
(Thursday) from the
I i SABRA LYNN HARRIS and sons, Kevin and Barry, were Methodist Church of Hastings. pays for Itself with the fuel It saves I
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harrisof guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
I The pastor, Rev. Frank Daniels
the .
Fernandina announce ar Fuller Sunday and Monday.
will officiate.
rival of a daughter born October We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you con-
14. She weighed eight and one- Interment will follow in the. tinually pay for heat you don't get! The new SIEGLEROil
I half pounds 'and has been given Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Oak Hill Cemetery in Palatka. Home Heater wrings the heat out of every drop of "

the name of Sabra. Lynn. I Durrance during the past week % Johnson-Davis' Funeral Home oil, then'pours it out over your floor. With a SIEGLER, : ;1.;

f 'She 1 : Js the granddaughter' :'of end' were their son" in law and of Palatka is Jn charge. of arrangements. you get the comfort miracle bf SUPER FLOOR HEAT, ..,; ..

Mr. Iui d:-Mis. L. L. Harris,*'Sr./1! daughter' .Mr.- .and"M$. ;Jimmy: ... ... % $ .. .- ;. :: .r "*no over-heated ceilings and low,Jow fuel lulls. So don't. .., "It '
of. Bunnell. Helms and young daughter, iiit the,ceiling. .hit your Siegler dealer for a hot -" _:
k' Leah; of \Vakulla. The spring,at Manatee Springs demonstration! )
State Park Chiefland is
WITH MRS BERTHA vMr. and Mrs. Foyd Tingley one of the major springs in Flor- :

,Mrs. Jeanette Bertha was host-. were called to Charlotte, N; C., ida and flows at the rate of 49- FLAGLER .HARDWARERailroad
last weekend by the 'death'of 000 gallons per minute.
ess at the recent meeting of
her 'mother.Miss Ave. Phone ID 7-3191 Bunnell, Florida
home in
Country Club at her -- -
Bimini. I
Harris Monday .
Lynda spent
Mrs. Gertrude Ramsey presidedat
the business meeting and visiting in St. Augustinewith .

1 plans were made for a masque; friends.
rade party for members of the NEW CAR FEVER ?
will be
club and their husbands on Oc Dr. Allen Reynolds attending
of of
tober 27 at the Bertha home. meetings Society .
Dentistry for children and the ,
also decided
They to sponsor a
booth atthe.Halloween Carnival. American Dental Association 'in
Miami from Friday October 26
The door
prize was won by
Elissa Tilton. to October 31. He said his office /

Twelve members enjoyed the will be open' during this period.
Check With
Us .
evening with.Mrs Bertha. CARD OF THANKSOur B".. / s '

recent sad loss leaves 'us .

Space 'Available with neighbors grateful and hearts friends.toward Their our : .
t. Before You Finance
ADJUNCT ;TO comforting expressions of sympathy \ .: :
and thoughtfulness will

( .: New Post Office always be a cherished memory. ,
For the beautiful service, floral

BUILDING offerings, and many other kind '..J'
Low Finance Cost. No Hidden "Extras"Select
nesses, we are deeply grateful.Mrs. . .
Contact W. H. Atkinson Jr.

AL KEMMERERAt Mr.. and and Mrs.Mrs.' Harry Hubert AtkinsonMr. Pellicer ..o ..J Your Own Insurance Company: ., -

P. O. Building Site Mose Atkinson r '

Neal Atkinson ;, "
Terms to.Suit Your Budget .
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I equality., HISTORY 1753, and the Library of Congress I phia:, in 1731. He formed a company I
I speak because, of Lexingtonand established in Washington in which each member
Too Late Concord of Valley Forge of OF THE LIBRARY D. C., in 1800. could use the books free ofcharge. .
I 'LIBRARIES IN AMERICA Cols This collection still ex-
Bunker Hill, of Remember the (Continued From Last Week) onists and explorers set up many ists.The
To Classify Maine, of Flanders Fields and of LIBRARIES OF PAPER. The libraries. In 1551 the Spaniards American colonies also
the Battle of the Bulge. Chinese built libraries as earlyas founded the oldest library in the produced great book collectors
;' I BY Russell SOT Western Hemisphere, as part of including such colonial leadersas
1 speak because of SergeantYork the 300's( B. C. But they made
Increase ?Mather. William
their greatest contribution to San Marcos University" in Lima
Ten years ago an Orlando and Colin Kelly and the the ,development of libraries Peru. French settlers in Canada Tomas Franklin and
High Senior, Nancy Ann Hostel Sullivan Brothers because of when they invented paper aboutA. were not far behend. Marc Les- Jefferson. After the first
Bataan Iwo Jima and Heartbreak .D. 105. The use of paper carbot who lived in Arcadia in Library of Congress was burned
ler, wrote a prize winning essay
the War of 1812
1606 loaned his personal library during Jefferson
spread about the 1100's. When I
entitled "I Speak for Democ- : Ridge. I speak because Johannes Gutenberg printed freeley. A Jesuit mission set upa sold his library to Congressin
racy." It was timely then but others have sacrificed and fought I with movable type on paper library in Quebec in 1632., 1815. The Library of Congress

even more timely today and 1 and died-because of our honored I about 1440, he made it possiblefor Some volumes in the present library grew up around his collection.

feel it bears repeating. If Dem- I dead.I more and more people to I of Laval University were Public libraries had their beginning -
own books. part of that early collection. The in the United
ocracy ever needed a spokesman, speak in a humble voice
One great modern librarywas Jesuits established the first college Peterborough N. H., set up the
it needs 'it now. but thank God I speak.I .
library in North America
founded before Gutenberg'stime. first free tax-supported public
1 SPEAK FOR DEMOCRACY speak for the ages because The Bibliotheque Nation- at Quebec City, in 1635. library in 1833. The idea quickly -

,. I speak for freedom for human I I[ speak for free people. My I'ale of France grew from a library The English colonists brought providing free public library 1
rights for justice for I is eternal. I speak for founded in Paris in 1367.It books with them to America service for their citizens. The
message is the largest library in and soon received help from Boxton Public Library openedin
NOTICEAny the land of the free and the Europe. The Roman Catholic England in setting up a college 1854 was the first library

State Road person No.moving 13 between bricks Bun-from home of the brave. I speak for Church founded the Vatican Library library. John Harvard left almost authorized by a state legislature.The .
nell and St. Johns County line truth. My efforts and my pray in the Vatican in 1447 asa 400 books to Harvard College
known as the Old Dixie Highway I library for handwritten manu- when he died in 1638 two United States Government
for nations united and
will be-r prosecuted for larceny. of ers are I i scripts. Today it also contains years .after the school was began supporting library servicefor
Flagler Board County.of County, Property.Commissionersof world peace.I : printed books. These libraries I founded. The College of Wil- the blind in 1897. It in-
Flagler County Florida. speak for Democracy. "Let I f II have two of the largest and most liam and Mary also had a library creased its program in this field
John A. Clegg Chairman. important collections in the soon after it was foundedin in 1931, establishing collections
music swell the breeze and I
October 18-25-Ztc
i i 1693. of Braille books and talking-
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF ring through all the trees, sweet !world.In 1602 Oxford University_ es The colonists developed many I book records at designated libraries -

FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO., 4327 FLORIDA: freedom's song." I speak for the I I tablished the Bodleian Library new ideas of library service. I in all parts of the coun

j MURIEL. A. ORTIZ. tomb of the Unknown Soldier.I the first library in England. It Benjamin Franklin founded the I t try.
Plaintiff first subscription library, the Library Assistant ,
from Mount grew from a collection given by
vs. speak Vernon Library Company of Philadel I Gloria Harding I
I I Duke of Gloucester
Humphrey ,
I ONALD C. ORTIZ.Defendant. from Ford's Theatre from Ar-
In 1444. The library has a price- ,
NOTICE TO DEFEND ling from Plymouth Rock, and less collection of rare books and
DONALD C. ORTIZ from the main streets of America. manuscripts. In 1714 two libraries FOR
6 East Church Street I speak from IndependenceHall that have become giants ,
were founded in Russia. One of
You are hereby notified., that a and from the homes, the
suit' has been filed against you in them became the present Lenin
the -above entitled cause; and you hearts ,and the' firesides of the_ Library in Moscow and the oth- CANCER
are hereby required to file your an- American people. er is now the Leningrad Public
swer with the Clerk of this Court,
and to serve a copy thereof upon Library.
ti.e plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney .I speak, for Democracy. "Let Paper and 'printing made pos
whose Ray name Selden and address. is; mortal tongues awake, let 'all sible the growth of many other T. COOK AGENCYPhone

Leiden Building that breathe partake." I speak great national collections, suchas ID 7-3361 Bunnell Florida
Daytona Beach. Florida the library of the British
not .later than November 19. 1962. reverently and appreciatively to Museum, founded in London in
If you fail to do so. decree pro those who have blazed a trail ------- -
confessso will be entered against
ytiu for the relief demanded in the for me through the wilderness, ..: ., n
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The nature of fifi
bill. of complaint.
those who have before.I .
said suit being for divorce. to gone k
WITNESS my hand and seal of l: :
speak militantly and with (: C
said' Court this 11th day of October.
A.:1>. 1962.4Giflcial high courage !to those who share c # kI
Seal) E. A. SMYTHE.
Clerk of said Circuit Court the glory of freedom with me

By Julia Deputy A. Harvey Clerk.. today. I speak with admonitionto ,': ... .

Oct. 18-25 '& Nov. 1-8-Itc those who follow, thus: I T .'.w'.'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Guard. with your lives your
IN CHANCERY NO. 4529. heritage, so dearly bought, so 'yii', ?):
FAYE YVONNE; PA';'TILLO. priceless 'and yet so easily lost"

vs. Plaintiff. I speak for Democracy, "Let J

CARL HOLT., PATTILLO.Defehdant.. I rocks their silence break, the .

NOTICE TO DEFEND .' sound prolong." t __ : '.'uGoairSF :4D9ria's ,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: k3 ,. ++k'' ,
: { bi.: :yk a .tau.'S ':;::>:::, \
CARL 'HOLT PATTILLO.' ; 'I ,speak for the rightto: 'a ..' .
Last known address: I' 'd; X i: MrF .... 3xw
317 Brunswick Road good education and the privil-
Jacksonville Florida. ege of making my home whereI \
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In wish., I. speak for the rightto ..
the above entitled and I
cause; you
are hereby required to file your'an- select my own work and to
swer with the Clerk of this Court join or not join an organization.I .
and to thereof .
serve a copy upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, speak for religious freedom. I ,

whose'ANTHONY name and J. GREZIK address ,Is: speak for the right to acquirean : I

.. Daytona 326 South Beach.Grandview Florida denjoy private property and .. ''.+::4r4fr .
not later than November 19th. A.D. to establish a business of my :: .t+ .:
, you fall to do:so. decree pro own.I .

confesso'mJ' for the twill.relief be demanded entered against In the speak for the right to manage \

bill of complaint. The nature of my own life;. for the rightto
said suit being for divorce.
--WITNESS 'my hand : and, seal of succeed or fail, according to ; 1
f. Shld Court this 16th day of October
Aj n. 1962. my ability. I speak for equalityof .:.
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE ,
opportunity and equal protection
>. Clerk of said Circuit Court
Oat. 18-25 & Nov. 1-8-Uct before the law.I .
speak for the right of freedom a JzcThih!

I FREE PAINTdne I of speech and of assembly.I .

.- extra gallon of your choice speak for the right .to petitionmy

." :; with each calloiyou ;buy government for redress of

grievances. I speak for the rightto
Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso vote for persons' and issuesof i
\Vestcatc hooping- Cuter my choice. ......
Let the voice of America ,
I our land may "be.-bright with
! Freedom's Holy Light, Protect

:,[deal Estate.Broker by Thy" might, Great God our

; l lti King.
Bunnell Florida {


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"LOOK IT* FOR TUB THE WINDOW PICTURE WE FINANCE . producing a newspaper was most often a relatively simple,

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ORMOND faintest resemblance to those used in our modern newspaper

'mitt Jflngltr uJrUmnrBUXIfELI industry. .

; TV SERVICE I *, FLORIDA Today, we sometimes take our newspapers for granted, forgetting lf ,.-

= the enormous efforts that make them possible the many

,.' ALL MAKES I :MRS. 11.B. FULLER. Editor I f talented people necessary to write and edit them; the vast news-

Agent For i Designated Official Publicationfor gathering networks; the printing techniques and complex equipment -

RCA & PHILCO Public Notices of Flagler' developed over the years. < 1 ::.

County, :Municipalities: therein On this, the occasion of National Newspaper Week, Southern Bell
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD and the State .f Florida 'ot
; AND INSTALLED \ is happy to join with others throughout the country in honoring r'

our great and growing
I newspaper industry.
.i TUBES TESTED FREE Entered as second class matter :
February 6. 1913. at the postofflce .
I at Bunnell. Florida under act of -
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, I II It then we close out with the I one season. Judge No. 2 will be 'heading: Many thanks for all

t Ramblers of Callahan.So Jerry Burnsed who scored 89 1 who helped our dream for a
boys, keep up the good points for the 1961 season to be football field sportsmanship teamwork, second top scorer for the Bull. ; ity. It was a big job but it

and we can't lose. dogs. Jerry was also an all. .;was done. We have a beautiful
conference player. fenced in stadium. We also

I FOOTBALL COACHESTO Last year's winners were Phil purchased property for parking
I HOLD CLINIC i Martell: George Wetherington, We built extra seats. Everything
i Kirk Roberston, Micheal Barber ''for the convenience and safety .
By Leslie Pache I Bunnell football Coach Bo and John McDaniel. ,of the fans. BUT some people
BABY BULLDOGS Bunnell Dunellon Manuel and Asst. Coach Jack I'still would like to park in the-
MIGHTY TOUGH i 6 1960 13 .Hardin will hold a football stadium. Why?. In games that I
25 1959 14 WHAT DO YOU THINK? I J
in back
defeatedthe clinic Saturday morning
The Baby Bulldogs I have seen played away from 1
Crescent City Rebels 26.0 31 27 of' the school gym from 9:30 Looking at our football pro- i home I haven't seen any cars

I Tuesday night This was the scored 24 to 10:30. gram and if you notice on the parked, in their stadium. DID I
Kuleski pointsto
i Baby Bulldogs' third straight: Harry 9 to The boys will get instruction back ot"it you would see this I YOU? I I
Crawford's points .
win and fourth straight with, Ernie on the punt, pass, and kick con- II
win take over the scoring lead. ,!test sponsored by the Ford Motor =-
out a defeat from their last I
Harold Foreaker scored 18 to t r I
l of 61 when they defeated the Co. All over the United
: Baby Rebels. Also in five,games take third place. States boys 7 to 11 will compete
G TD Pat Tp I I
their goal line has not been in (their age group. Win-
Kuleskl 4 9 3 57
crossed. ners in each group will receive MEXICOSPECIALjWe
I Crawford 5 7 12 54 three Redskin Jackets, second
Keep up the good work boys. Foreaker 5 6 0 36 place winners a helmet, and I
You are doing a good job. So ''
5 1 31
: Abbott 5
are you, Coach McGriff. I No.won 2 Hunter 4 4 3 27 I third graphed place football winners by ,the an Green auto- Would Like To Go To MexicoG.E. j
der if Foots Brumley,
J. Lacour 3. 4 2 26 Bay Packers. Winners will be
Spudetters will be the first to I
Joe 3' 3 18
r score on us. I sure like that 7.9 i:Renfroe 4 3 18I picked from each area to compete IS RUNNING A CONTEST BASED ON j
+ in area contests. Lucky
grade rule for B. football. For
I Ir
i winner can go to Washington, POINTS. WE ARE IN THE RUNNING, BUT WE 3
our size school. I know that LITTLE MOE HAS HIS ,
r I D. C. with their fathers. Mickey
some boys who played B ball FINGERS CROSSED Ramsey, Harry Kuleski and NEED TO DO A LOT OF SELLING TO GET E- :

, last year are missing out on I The Bullodgs coasted to an Morris, Bulldogs varsity
football this But this new J Randy NOUGH POINTS TO MAKE THE TRIP.
year. win Friday night with a
players, ,will be out Saturday
baby football gives younger 38-12 win over D & B. This game I j morning to help with the clinic. 1 4
boys more of an opportunity to was one of the best. I Leslie Pache, Bunnell recrea- WE HAVE IN STOCK 93 TELEVISION SETS. ,
play, and a lot of fundamentals of the between .
Sportsmanship game tion director, is also trying to
, can be taught to them in prac- both teams was the best get the 1961 pro football championship I r COME IN AND MAKE YOUR OWN DEAL. BANK !
t tice., Practice of this type of
in the series of play in
I years. game films for Saturday, I FINANCING AVAILABLE.
football is the main point. Our boys played a nice game, October 27. Cliff McGriff, Baby tIN
& boys play six games in their scoring six touchdwons. We also .- Bulldogs coach, will run the
schedule, but in the meantime had two called back. I believe I films off at the school Saturday, PAST YEARS YOU FINE PEOPLE HAVE
they have over 50 hours of prac- could have scored at .,
we I November 3. The football com-
will be in of ,
tice.Here the will.The I|petition charge com- I
Coach :McGriff gives
Bulldogs will be at Dun petition director Clifford Shef- THE VIRGIN ISLANDS, PUERTO RICO, AND <
how they .
boys a lesson on nellon this Friday and should field, all conference football
played and 'how mistakes are take this game by six touch. player in the late forties. Cliff I NASSAU. ]

corrected in games !they played. downs., The team will then,used the drop kick for extra 4
They are shown how to block, play their three remaining gamesat [points. Cliff Sheffield was top I
tackle, and to play clean, foot-safe home. These will be.the. i scorer for one season, 86 points. Harris Appliance & Gas Co.: i
and good sportsmanship bread and butter games. Father One of the judges will be J. I.1 i iI
ball. So, boys, take advantage.It's Lopez, then Hastings, which is I[Sheffield. Also an all conference 1I I Phone ID 7-3367 Bunnell, Fla. <
all yours. Keep up the good also good old Homecoming, and player who scored 150 points in I _ _ .. 1 II
work, Cliff.BUNNELL .

BLAST FIRED-UP --- :.-:..::.-::.-

, DRAGONS 38 TO 12. .; '
Bunnell Bulldogs, No. 3 In the ;t. -'

; St. Johns Conference standing, ..... -i
finally came alive in the second
, half to down a fired-up D & B

Dragon iteam 3812.

The Bulldogs led the Dragons .
in the first half by one touch-
'. down. First half looked like the

Bulldogs were going to be in I. !
for a tought,night. They came
out in the second half and look
I ed like a new 'team. -

Kuleski scored a TD on a six-
yard run. Mickey Ramsey made C'ENERALELE.CTR1C

the extra point to take the lead .

2612. In the fourth quarterthe

Bulldogs got rolling with .
Pope, Kuleski, Ramsey and Abbott -

tearing off good yardage. Celebrity-portable Tw
I Kuleski went over for his fourth ,

TD on a 15-yard run. Ramsey .
failed on try for extra point.

h The score was 3212. I ,
The boys kept up their drive
with Abbott scampering 14 yards
Big 19-inch* "Daylight Blue" Built-in
around right ,end, breaking telescoping'antenna
through two Dragon tacklersfor square-cornered screen . fully adjustable
the final score.

I Walter Townsend hit the New Hy-Power chassis for ime Fold-away luggag -trr 3 car-.

1 crossbar to miss the extra point. proved fringe area reception rying handle -
: The Dragons, held to 20 yards
in the first half used
Slim-silhouette cabinet . ,
I the. pass as its most potent
compact styling
Bunnell 12 7 7 12 / s
F .
D& B 12 0 0 0 4iot..1 measurement


W L T Per

Hastings 202 1000

, Baldwin 4 1 0 800 I Model f.
Bunnell 3 1 1 750! M200X ;;rjV
Father Lopez 2 1 0 666 I
I ,Callahan 2 2 1 500 '
stay measure...
. D & B 2.30400 *
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t St. Joseph 2 3 0 400 * I499SHARRIS 1.

I Crescent City 0 3 0 000 I There IS nothing-Just as good as"General Electric: ) I

Keystone Hts. 0 3 1 000 ,,;; r_ I


, Bunnell GAMES at OCTOBER Dunnellon 19 r APPLIANCE & GAS CO.Phtie .

I Crescent Baldwin City at St.at Callahan Joseph .

r. Father Lopez at Hastings
ID 7-3367 Bmmell
D.. & B. at So. Carolina D & B

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from fullback to tackle was This book is one of the best curity benefits due to him and -

F: mustdL J/irjIt rough. 1 have ever read. his family. 1 PETERSON. TEXACO

Now share Tim's hard knocks There is a special provisionin I SERVICE
gcNewl Randy
i' .'and triumphs as sports writer the law that takes into account ROAD SERVICE
Steve Gelman takes you in the the situation of people
t" FOOTBALL FURY Light Mechanical Work
locker room, onto the trainingfield who retire in the middle of the
Phone 437-3441
f. By Steve Gelman and finally into the roughest Advised To Check year and those'who can do Justan # Bunnell
fullback - - -
Tim Boswell, a star
t game Tim Boswell ever occasional job at reasonably
r. In high school, braces himself I Ii
On Social SecurityMore i i good wages. Regardless of his I
crash. For coming played.By
for bruising
a 1' Library Assistant total earnings for the year, a PAL PARKER'S. INC.
right at him was the biggest 'I Brice Hosford. than one million people beneficiary gets his full monthly Automotive Specialty Center
,_. boy on the freshman team. I I II over 65 are eligible for social benefit for any month he does DRAKES RELINED $1L: 5
Tim was the only boy who but have not PARTS AND LABOR
Grade A-B. The B section of security benefits, not earn more than $100 in FORD-CIIEVUOLET-PLYMOXTU
t. could stop him as he ran toward I yet applied for them. Many of OT1IKUS $IDoD."
the eighth grade held a class wages; or if he is self.employed,
- the goal. I meeting to decide on the amountof these older citizens could be I I does not !render substantial 540 Mason Ave. Daytona

Tim Boswell was learning fast class dues. It was decidedthe getting some benefit checks even services in his own business. I
r.. that cheers and glory are not dues would be $1.80 a yearor though they continue to work. Further, after a person reaches
f onlpthing that counts in These do not seem to I I Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
. the ( five cents a week. people 72, he can get all his benefits I
" a football game. Being switched The idea of floats were men- know or recognize that they do I I no matter how much he earns. S2.50 A Year In Advance
not have to quit work completely I I
tioned but it was decided to discuss -
[ it later. or restrict their earnings to I I IrI
CLASSIFIEDADS Dale Abbott, reporter. $1,200 or less to get some of I I
I their social security benefits dur- :
24 HourWrecker ,
"BOOK ,NOOK" ing the year. Service
When 65 should
i you are you
LIBRARY BOOK REVIEW ask the people at your nearest
Listings under tfcla heading areS
, eeatft er word each insertion, JANE EYRE I social security office for accu-
" 75 cent la minimum elaarse.k" I Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.
Jane Eyre is ten years old as rate information about your
r,. WANTED-Woman to care for the story opens. An orphan almost -;!own individual circumstances. MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
' nursery at First Baptist Church from birth, she is hated If you have worked long enough
on Sundays for six weeks. For and shunned by her aunt, Mrs. under social security, you can Farm Industrial Equipment

more details contact Mrs. De- Reed, and her three children, earn up to $1,200 in a year and VIRGIL! DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

wayne Metts at ID 73531. John, Georgiana, and Eliza, own- get a benefit check for all 12 Owner Bunnell, Florida
Oct. 1S-ltp I ers of Gateshead Hall 'where months in the year. Even if .
Jane lived. Her only solace is your earnings are over 1200, you .
FOR SALE-Half ton 1958 Chevy an occasional kindness shown may be entitled to some pay
pickup truck, good as new $1000. I her by the nurse, Bessie. ments. ,
701 East Lambert Ave. ID 73745.
Oct. ll--ltc She goes to school and finds For earnings between $1200 CRAIG FUNERAL ,HOME
her first friend, Miss Temple. and $1,700, only $1.00 in bene-
FOR SALE, OR RENT-in Flag- While at school she learns howto fits is withheld for each $2.00 I A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

ler Beach, Fla. 2 bedroom cot teach. earned over 1,200. On earningsover JOHN HARDIN. Associate
tage. Living room, bath, kitch- When she leaves school she $1,700, $1.00 in benefits is J
enette, breezeway, garage. Shower takes a job as a governess at withheld for each $1.00 earned : AIR LADY OXYGEN
,' in utility room. Good water. the estate known as Thornfield. over 1700. Therefore, the benefits CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
O\V service, 3 lots 50 x 150 each. Ther she meets her love, Edward a person or family can actually -I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
Rochester. receive when the:'person

furnished.ALSO FOR SALE He has a wife who is mentallyill. earns more than $1200 a year Phone ID 7-3532
and mattress She is killed and Jane and depends on both his wages and
Iron bed, springs I, 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Edward .are married. the total amount of social se .
$10; 2 burner oil heater stove,
good, 510.' Call at 319 6th St. -
1L:1 1
, Flagler Beach, Florida.

-Furniture refin-

ished and repaired. Experiencedon 1
antiques. Chairs recaned. I \
Tel. 4392007. 10-11-tf

WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) cus-1 ,

., tomers. Call Harris Appliance &.
.,1' Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida.I

Aug 30-tfc I

FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer,
Masonite. Call ID 73410.

6-21 tf

Repossessed due to unfortunate :
circumstances. 62 model, perfect ? r7,y{:::

condition. Sews forward and reverse -

makes buttonholes, sews :

on buttons, embroiders & mon-

ograms, darns & patches, tacks cN4f" ':::
& hems etc. Assume 6 paymentsof

$7.75. CL 5.1161, Daytona
e -
Beach. Sept. 13, 5tp. I

'FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We 'sf
will fill your tank or we will
furnish you" with a tank.: Call

Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at : I

ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. '.

Aug. 30-tfc .

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- .., ,
able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID ../

T-3410 5-17-11-17-paid .",

On: TV, Radios, jii-Fi, Sewing t

Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and ,
N 4-Door Station Wagon
all small'appliances.. All work

50V.. Granada next 7-Eleven 1 I

Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- II What a new kick you'll get out of going places in this beauty lasts longer, too; air pushes rain and wash
4414.. May 17ticOcean one!And what a solvent feeling you'll get as the savings water down through the rocker panels (where most '.
front housekeeping apart- on upkeep mount!There's a full line of models, includrust begins!) in a clever new flush-and-dry system.The : _
ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com- ing three wagons. Basically, we've kept Chevy IPs ride is smoother and quieter because of a large number ,
pete with linens and all utilities.] liveliness and roominess and easy loading ways. Kept of small improvements we've made. And things are a ;
Sun deck, fishing, swimming,. its crisp looks, too (with a bit of freshening here and lot plushier inside. Now you've
loafing. Day, week or 'month. there: ). The changes we've made weren't for change's read this far, haven't you? '",.
sake see-but for Just for the that good evidence that '
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. you yours. a : Isn'tmI .
HE 9-2082 7-6tf ( brakes are self-adjusting.! new Delcotron generator II is made for you?The '
... gives you more electrical reserve power and helps your will come when you take r''"
,---- Sy'-NX-V'-'N -X w N ---, battery reach a vigorous old age. The Body by Fisher wheel at your Chevrolet dealer's. o".ate. n w\<.,.*a ,


See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's...Chevrolet, Chevy II, Conair & Corvette. "

us for your real estate needs'I J
Office Phone HE 9-2242 :, ,

Residence Phones m 7-3691 \-f. '.':. . .

.-. .... .... or....ID.... 7-3517.-. .-. .-.. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA
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