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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00232
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I'i i. VOLUME"49: NO. 22-:- BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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IR;'a Miss Flagler County of 1961 Plans and Specifications '


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PAUL STATON TO The preliminary plan for the

Flagler 4-H Boys I SPEAK AT COMMUNITY / i iI new post office' building in Bun-

4 / -" _,t -. I! MEMORIAL CHURCH i nell call for 2,967 square feet

4 ) : I of floor space, with an area of
S : To Participate In Community Paul Staton Memorial will speak Church at the; ; 8,500 square feet of space for

Flagler Beach Sunday morning, parking and movement of postal

,: Club Short Course I I Howard Wisehaupt said today.Mr. vehicles, Postmaster General J.

Edward Day announced yester-
'Wisehaupt will be in
N ,' Four boys from Flagler Coun charge of the service in the ab day. The,new building will be

N .< .:"1'.'- N', .. ty will participate in the 42nd sence of the minister. Paul will located on the corner of Moody
: Fj "" Blvd. and Church St., running
f Annual Boys' 4-H Club Short i speak "Happiness Through
Course at the University of Flor ; along Church St south to East
>;1' ""N .:i','_ Resisting Temptation. .
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... ida June 1216. I, Court Street. .
.. 'The new building" said Mr.
J. Howard Taylor, county agri :
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;>..t : cultural agent with the Florida Funeral Is Held Day, "will implement residentKennedy's
3 tw to stimulatethe
.w program
w f Agricultural Extension Service, For Hoke S. Cobb economy and at'the same
...N says the Flagler County delega- .
,t o' oJ : : time carry out the Post Office
tion will include Brocket -
t 4 ..-1 : : Kinney Department's objective of more
\, :'\3.: ,. Levi Brannam, Jr., Tommy P.M.Hoke
Wednesday efficient postal service and improved -
Kahlert, and Mike McMillan.
working conditions for
About 400 boys from throughout S. Cobb of Bunnell ,

....,. the state are expected for passed 'away at 3 o'clock Monday postal ,employees.
The President's accelerated
& the week-long program, accord- morning in Jacksonville
I the Postmaster Gen '
ing to W. W. Brown, state boys' I following an illness of several program
eral pointed out, calls for the -
4-H Club agent. Delegates to ,, months.Mr. .
construction and modernizationof
-.". .... _. -'I' >S'.I'' >"\\-1" .. ---.-.__ the short course will enjoy a Cobb was born inVat- postal facilities throughoutthe
full schedule of instruction, en- kinsville, Georgia, and had resided -
Miss Susan Jane Deen as the crown is placed on her head tertainment, recreation and con- in Flagler' County for the ,nation with private industry' '
1 1 Miss Jo Revles. investing the capital to build .
by the Miss Flagler County of 1960, Betty- tests. past 38 He was 55 yearsof
years. new facilities for lease to the
(Photo by Teo Hein)
I Classes conducted by EXtension
___ ___ age. Department. The new building
I Service staff members' will He was engaged in the farming I
I will be constructed, under the
be held each morning. First industry and owner of the
Department's commercial leas-
Miss Flagler County year boys, freshmen, will receive Cobb Agricultural Supply of
which utilizes the
ing program, ,
<,- _," :: instruction. in two different' subjects i Bunnell.; He ,was serving. as .a resources and investment .funds t'
each day, while seniors member of the bard of Directors :
of enterpr e'pr
private needed
will choose one of eight courses. I of Florida Planters and had '

Rece'ivesHer Crown Daily assemblies will be de served as a School Trustee for postal buildings.
The Department's capital Investment f
voted to talks by leaders in agriculture -, Flagler County for a number of,
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Mr. Day said, will be ,
and education, including years. He was a member of the "
limited substantially to postal
Miss Susan Jane Deen was se- University of Florida President :I First Methodist Church and the
equipment. The building will I
lected as "Miss Flagler Countyof Neoga Water SafeA J. Wayne Reitz. Competitive Rotary Club of Bunnell.
remain under private ,ownershipwhile
1961" in the contest sponsoredby events such as football, Funeral service was held from
leased to the Federal Government -
the Bunnell Lions Club Fri report on water samples softball and volleyball will be r the First Methodist Church of

Cornmunity taken from Lake Neoga for bacteriological under the direction of Coach ,Bunnell at 3 o'clock Wednesday and the owner will pay
local real estate taxes.
analysis show that Ray Graves, university athletic I I afternoon with the pastor, Rev.
The leased
present inadequate
fed by the "Miss Flagler County i the water is satisfactory for director. W. L. Spicer, Jr., officiating. In-
I quarters o nBay St. will be Vacated -
of 1960, Miss Betty Jo Revels.II" swimming, according to a report Short course contests will In- terment followed at the Espanola -;
I Miss Revels also presented her released by Flagler County clude the state dairy judging Cemetery. Garcia Funeral {I when. the new building is i

with a bouquet of roses. Health Officer Dr. J. R. Sayers run-off, tractor operators' con- Home of St. Augustine. was in completed.The will

Runnersup in the 'contest were and F. J. Boswell, Sanitarian. contest, public speaking contest I charge of arrangements. j I F new building' double II
the present floor Postmaster
Miss JoAnn Morris and Miss This is not a guarantee thatit and lamp making. In additionto I He is survived by his wife, I space.,
f I.
Ray Mercer said today.
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Jamesene Dawson. Lion Club will remain safe throughoutthe these contests, competitive examinations Wilda, and son, Dalton, both ,. !
t Plans and specifications for !
l President Fred Fruits presentedthe summer as safety will depend will be held for several of Bunnell; two sisters, Mrs. A.C. 4
the new building, as well as d
trophy and the two runners- upon the amount of rain- available scholarships. Crow of Sarasota and Mrs. M. G.
bidding forms and other perti-
lip trophies. Jack Clegg was fall and surface pollution, they Campus housing will be pro- Staton of Gainesville, Ga.; three II
nent data, will be made avail- j
r master of ceremonies for the added: Other. samples will be I vided in student dormitories and brothers, Edward Cobb and Wil
able bidders !
to prospective at an
evening. taken in July and in August.No meals will be served in the university -: liam H. Cobb of Bunnell, and 'I
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i j early date, at which time the 'I
-x The other two runnersup were culture for fungus was cafeteria. Hugh H. Cobb of Weatherford,!Post Office Department will ,advertise f Ij

Miss Sandra Gordon and Miss made.. However, it is to be ':I Texas. i I I for bids. The site option 'i'iI
Barbara out that most In- One of muck I Active John :
Smythe. pointed ear II type Everglade pallbearers were will '
I be transferred to the successful ;
Ruth and Leon's of Daytona fections causes are from activation -I may be better than another for C. Rice, F. J. Chambers, G. S. bidder, who will purchase I'

Beach presented a'fashion show of fungi already in the ear growing certain crops. The muck Anderson, John Cannon, Homer. the land, construct the I t II

p 1' between the bathing suit ap by moisture from increased hu I forrmed by decaying custard apple Brooks, A. B. Johnston. I building'and lease it to the Department tJ

pearances of the contestants. midity, perspiration, showers or i is optimum for ,growing cel Members of the Rotary Club on a long time basis..
Members of the Idlewood Club baths, it was stated. .ery. I served in an honorary capacity. 1 J

I were models for the show and .

Mrs.narrator.Kathryn Perryman was Contestants For Miss Flagler County ,of 1961 1 -f fI


Miss Deen will be the JElagler .
County representative in the 4+ .f- > is i

"Miss Florida East Coast" con

test which will be held at Flag

] ler Beach on July 3. I

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Mona Hornsby, Miss Celestine :

F&** Stanish, :Miss Lynn Orem, :Miss I

Fern Allen, Miss Janice Love- .
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travels ,of the 16th cent'Ury .
takes its name from a ; j ;
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of Poseidon, the Greek god of Left to right-:Fern Allen, Jamesene Dawson, .Susan Jane Deen,,Sandra Jo Gordon, Mona Hornsby, Janice Lovelace. ,

the sea. JoAnn Morris, Lynn Orem, Lynda Revels, Barbara Smythe, and Celestine Stanish-Photo by Theo Hein.

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''i; PAGE TWO : > .iim FLAGLER TRIBUNE/BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday,. June 8. *,;'1961 Iii

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: 3rom $aw very little scenery, occasional dividing-line is as plain as'day, )I 1
Defter desert hills, then later the and the workmanship as different j Ij:
'I higher barren rock mountainsand :as black.and white. Often CRAIG FUNERAL HOME ;
1 .Alr ;,9rank.tRelnolJJ1 finally snow capped 'peaks. their poor wallsare: coveredwith I
.. Also since we flew very highwe adob}.and whitewashed.'
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Ed Note:-The following Is a'let* J each had a rubber tube with Then because the trusting Incas A. R. CRAIG Funeral Director ;
ter from Dr. Allen Reynolds'mother I i a nozzle to hold in' your mouthor I whose legends told of a JOHN HARDIN. Associate .
who with his father are under your nose to furnishair white god who would come backto ; t
in Peru with the Point Four imber? pressure. The two them some day: "Kon-Tiki AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN ,
Program of the, U.S..State Dept. hostesses and a steward with Vira. Cocha" (their creator), they LADY
i This is part one of the'story: portable tanks and masks on, allowed the Spaniards to strip I I EQUIPPED
circulated back and forth in the them of gold, silver and other CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES :
and
Dear Children t F plane for over an hour watchIng precious materials, only to learn
Grandchildren: r that one was turning .
; no too late that the white men
I can't write this' .three times,1 I I blue or showing. other signs of were no god Then it was they Phone ID 7-3532
, so I'll ask' 'you to' pass it <*>n. !I sickness.We tried to fight an unequal fight
Daddy and I have WIshed many and 201 E. MOODY BLVD BUNNELL. FLORIDA
against Spain; were conquered -
times in..the past .ve ,days that j i are at a very. nice Tourist Now some of these solid w
you could be with-us as you I Hotel,(government owned) here, gold-leaf and silver-plate covers
. many times in the past I II ,and when we"arrived we. were I
were so carved wood alars. (The Spanish
when we visited interesting and I advised to lie down 2-3 hours cut down all the cedar in the BUSINESS'DIRECTORY' :
I' important pla es. This time we I It I'and rest our lungs, blood pres- Cuzo. Valley to build their interiors I AREA 1|
t have seen onp of the great won sure, etc. got accoustomed to the ). So what? if it is beau- I
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ders of 'man's accomplishment difference in altitude (10,580
tifully and intricately carved, it -- M
destroyed by 'another race of I feet. Otherwise one gets head-, is dirty and tarnished now, and AUTO SERVICE I FUEL OIL +
-man,,,with no written records' of l aches, nausea, dizzy spells, "sor- the people who have nothing to 1
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how. it'.all came about. I roche" or' "mountain sickness, wear on their feet, and not I McDANIEL'S TRUCK STOP 11 11KING'S j
1 About 20 years ago we' were I and etc. ,By lunch time we wereo. enough to eat in their lives, are 1
1.\\ ,in Crescent City, and a small i iI' k., slightly wobbly but ableto taught to bow down and pray I Service Station PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
group of women' met at our I navigate on our own. before several million dollars STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ; J. L. IRWIN Prop.LubricationTiresBatteries.
r J house one afternoon. We had For Friday afternoon, Saturdayall worth of geld and silver on altars I I
,3 *1 decided to study "Early American j day, and Sunday morning, statues, etc. Anyone who Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs. I I
I Fuel Oil Kerosene Tractor
Cultures," and that afternoon we had a very good guide, a preferred his own religion and Bunnell ID 7-7119 Fue
I i I reportd on "The Incas. I young perunau man: part In- way of life was horribly put to U.S. I N. Bunnell ID 7.3678
1 f! At that time I thought, "I'd love dian, part Spanish who took us death, including the Inca him- Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
. to see those wonders and beau- to nearby ruins and markets of self. All in the name of "Chris-
GARDEN
ties I read about," but of course the present day Indians. In any tianity" and "Civilizing the I SHOP I
never dreamed I actually wouldsee good encyclopedia you can read Heathen." I'm afraid I'm a trifle GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I Gray's Garden Center
them. But now we have all I can tell you of the wonderful prejudiced! .' I ..
Headquarter for Gardening reed.Ceramica
been there, and have seen them! feats of Architectural Engi- But to continue the..Satur- 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Gifts. Dry Arrangement:
We came to Cuzo inland, neering in raising stone blocks day after quite a ride (via State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Materials
South Peru) Friday morning, sometimes weighing up to 20 taxi) over pretty' good dirt roadswe I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers-
i partly for Daddy to attend a tons,* nicely polished, and fittedso came down into a lovely Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS
meeting of agricultural agents perfectly that you can't
of the Urubamba
valley
i green
E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
(like county agents back home) wedge a needle between them. i River, and upper tributary of oitMoyp
and partly for; our vacation. We The nearest fortess ruin, "Sac- the Pacific but flowing a thous- I
took much of the vacation Fri the MOTOR TUNE-UP
say-hus-man, was probably and miles or more into the At- HARDWARE
day Saturday Monday, and equal of any pyramid in Egypt. lantic. You don't know how GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES
Tuesday, and today he is at- The conquering Spanish pulled wonderful it looked to us to see U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL. I THAT FAMOUS PAINT
tending the meetings for the down the upper three-fourths of green hills and valleys after all
rest of the' week. After that, we it to use as building blocks for I the desert we have had around ED'S ; Exclusively at
shall see probably Puno on Lake their houses, churches cathe- Liami. Anyway the little townof .
- Titicaca, the highest lake in the drals, moastaries, cloisters and I Urubamba is very pretty in PURE OIL STATION i, .I FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE :
world; perhaps to Boliyia 'or what-not of so-called "Christian, an Indian-Spanish style. The Specializing in Wash & Waxing"I ",, jfllJ'
S, Chili, then fly back to Lima ov- civilization" here in Cuzo; and Cooperation of Peru-North American -
er the Andes' again. Distances used the IndiahS as slave laborto I Aids (U.S.) has built therea Tires- BatteriesAccessoriesM I Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
here are terrific, both length- build to "the glory of God" new normal school which is REPAIRS t tu i
; wise and perpendicular. all these now shabby relics of very nice; quite modern kitchen, .s. Hwy. l-Bu'nnell-ID 7-3138 \
Coming here, we flew in a "Colonial Culture"'! It makes cafeteria, dining room, student I I Village Hardwar, Center 1 I
non-pressurized DC-, four-mo- you boil to see it: to see upon class rooms and laboratories. I BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO :
tored plane. Since it was above beautiful foundations of farmhouses ; HOUSE PAINTS
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I '. the clouds much of the way, we_ stores, churches, etc. The 'Continued on page 6)I Match and mix any color \'

Builder's Supplies Kitchenwore f\\
BAR & COCKTAIL
I LOUNGE GIFTS GREETING CARDS .
AlA. Ormond Beach CL 2-042QJ 4''
DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY i i
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Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach ,
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': BRENNAN Jewelers
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MILLAND BAR AND I 01 Diamonds-Diamond Setting

COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie I Fine Jewelry and Gifts

& Mary Shultz. Props. I Hamilton, Bulova Benrus
-llQf( ) PACKAGE GOODS I Watches
Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
9 a.m.-2 a.-Sun.. 1 p.m. 2 a. m. I
60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056
Beach
a Ocean Blvd-Flagler

... : tk'u' BETH'S SEASIDE I I .
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; S 'T A& ; I BAR & GRILL
FOR FINEPOOD I Ormond Bedding and

I Furniture Co. .

Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
idd 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA
: $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.
Open 7 A.M.-II P.M.
S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
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Building Supplies (JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH {

CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS .
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STEEL Paints-Finishes f
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: Flagier Beach HE 9-2254 Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
38 W. Granada-Ormond
givebe1 I
BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7-0761
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I' BOTTLE or BULK EDGEMON ROOFING CO. ;,
'I FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY I Manufacturers of -

I S: I r HOME PHONE OWNED ID GAS 7.3551 COMPANY, Cement Tile RoofingALL

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TYPES OF ROOFING J
I Help Flagler County Grow Fast Dependable Service
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: .. BY Shopping at Home 0 HWY. 1 N. ORMOND t'

r ORange 7-5177 7-1793
; eIBc1riral.g CONCBETE PRODUCTS I

'I Your "Q" For 'Concrete J RESTAURANT. '

:1 enIII Dial CL 3'- 113. SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

:: Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
Tasteful and welcome electrical gifts'have lasting value.:.are DAYTONA BEACH f.
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
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( \ joyed long after others are forgotten. Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 152 GRANADA ORMOND 'BEACH iJ
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.. Y V So be a,thoughtful giver! See the marvelous selections for mom, 1095 at AlA 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond ,j
OPEN 0 A.My 11 P.M.
CLEANERS
: dad,brides,graduates,anniversaries-for that special occasion_- f
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r, "!J:.. at your electric appliance dealer. BUNNELL CLEANERSWE I Used Furniture-Upholstery !

< And for that really Special Gift: may we suggest a flanvfos?electric .... GIVE TV STAMPS JOE WELLBORN

dryer,_or dishwasher, or automatic range, or TV set, or other: ODe* Dally S to 6 Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD

:. major electric appliance to lighten work and brighten leisure. Phone ID 7-3188 ,
USED FURNITURE
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: 115 N.'Bay St. Bunnell New Bedding-Mattress Renovating--
tf5 Furniture l1pJaolaterlD.-Trad

; n 7ke; tP1a7dt -f l rneless. Z DOUG STORES 1094 Flemish Holly Hill-CI* 3-227S

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PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS .
Moody>> PharmacyFlagler i i
; FLORIDA POWER & COMPANY The Flagler Tribune j
County's Corner Drug Store
t HtlPIHO BUILD flOUDA >
PRESCRIPTIONS Publishers Printers -'. .,

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'Thursday Night- C. Cummins 201!

j HARRIS APPLIANCE I J. Cauley 110
T NRVALUES.
l :BLOWS FUSE AGAIN Bertha 111

The Harris Appliance scored I
19 14 8 "MIX EMor
5 runs in the first inning and R H TABLE RITE MEATS MATCH EM" I
in the 3rd to make it 62. The Clinic 001336Firemen '

I Appliance boys fell apart In the '5' 5 4 0 14 8 Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Whole lb.FRYERS fOe SALE :
bottom of the 3rd and the Lum- I .

ber Co. scored' 6 runs on one First Monday Game= 23Heavy Kraft 6 oz. jarMUSTARD
hit and went on to win 117. LUMBER COMPANY I lb. .;
team is still IOe
r The Appliance SPLINTERS CLINIC I
looking for their first win. '
The Lumber Co. M P Brand
opened up J
Appliance AD R H I Western Beef '
with a big first inning with
JUNE PEAS
Stulai 2. 1 2 CHUCK ROAST 49C
Tommy Durrance hitting a i .
lb.
2 0 0
J. Burnsed .
home run, and scored six big I Dawn FreshMUSHROOM j
McGriff 4 1 1
Ward 3 2 1 .runs to overpower the clinic J CHUCK STEAKS'lb.. 57C SAUCE
boys 97. Gale Mercer bore down, '
Metts 3 1 2 *
Tender
in the last two innings and the Lean Sunlite 303
McMillan 3 1 1
Canakaris .," 3 1 2 win put the Lumber Co. in first I JIFFY STEAKS each 10C TOMATOESJello S IOe
place with four wins and one
Barrow 3 0 0 I .' Chiffon .
loss. Grade "A" Baking or Stewing
H. Wells 3 0 0
Lumber Co. Ab R H 39e-
HENS PIE FILLINGBush
Pinner 3 0 ,0
D. Burnsed '2 1 1 lb. ...
2779Lumber J. Rodgers 3 2 1 Heavy Western Beef 300BABY .

I Co.AD R H J. Sheffield 310. SIRLOIN ROUND -.RIB & CUBE LIMAS '
T. Durrance 311
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D. Burnsed 3 0 1
M. Hull 322 Bush 300 \
Rodgers 2 2 0 STEAKS 89
J. Schatz 3 1 11 i lb BLACKEYESMyTFine .
i Hargett 3 2 2 10$
G. Mercer 200 Western Beef
Heavy
I' J. Sheffield 4 0 1
H. Kuleski 1 0 0 .
T. Durrance 3 2 1White .. ; T BONE STEAKS 98C '
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320i Wall 1 1 0 lb. PIE CRUST ,
C. Sheffield 100 World'sBest. .
,,Cummins ..: ,-2 't 0 \ ,
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Hull 2 1 1 2296 HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. $139
Mercer 2 1 1 SAUSAGE
Clinic Ab R H
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Kuleskt 3 2 1
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Deen 322 Food King 12 oz. bottleCATSUP
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Whitaker 311 -
Harris 5011079
G. Cauley \ 3 1 0
Lumber. Co. 2 0 6 3 0 11 7 .
J. Burnsed 310
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Taylor ,3 b 1
Firemen Bombard
J. Cauley 300
Clinic to Tune of 14-3
h Nipper 200 I
i The Flagler Beach Firemen '
opened up in the first inning Bertha 200 LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
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4 and scored 5 runs with some .R H COOKOUT: SPECIAL' ;
t long hits. A. Spivey hit a' home Lumber Co. 6110196 Duncan Hines y llow:Choc.-White Millers Highlife ._ .f, :' 4
run: and at, double. B. Wilson hit CAKE MIXES 3 $1
Clinic 2040176
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a home run for the Firemen. for 12p-aic

Sammy Bertha hit a home run FIREMEN TOP HARRISTO \
,forthe Clinic. TIE FOR FIRST PLACE Kraft's Jet Puffed 10 oz.MARSHMALLOWS. FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES i

Firemen -: AD R H Flagler Beach Firemen went 19 11

Wilson 1 3 1 into the bottom' of the 5th with bag Selected RipeTOMATOES

A. Spivey 2 3 2 I the score 7 to 5 in favor .of the Morton's 1 lb. box !
. 1. Seal 0 2 0 I Appliance team, scoring 3 runs S S lb19c

Bobble 2 0 1 Ito, win 8 to 7. Hopalong Robbie SALT 2 fdr25C Fresh .

Grover 3 1 2 was stopped cold for the first
BLACKEYES 2 Ibs. 29c
Peterson 3 0 1 I time without a hit. Len Johnson .
FROZEN FOOD BARGAINSMr.
Hllsenbeck' 2 0 0 and Aubrey Spivey hit home Sweet California

,Kelly 1 2 0 runs. Smiling Jimmy Ward, PLUMS lb. 290
.5 '5' _ leading batter, had a triple and I G. Brand '9 oz. pkg.

19 14 8 a double for the night FRENCH FRIES 10C Armours Shortening 3 lb can .
CUnle- Ab R H Firemen Ab R H I ea.

Kuleskl 3 0 1 Wilson, 210. I Four Fisherman, *
B. Taylor 2 0 1 Grover 300 I, OCEAN PERCH l lb. Pkg. 39c- VEGETOLE 49

B. Deen 2 0 0 A. Spivey 3 2 1
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Y I Nipper 2 0 1 Littlefield .f 2 1 COFFEE CAKE large'size 79c
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R. Kendall 2 1 1 Peterson 'S 010 .

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Stryker 3 .2 0
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.. F. ALFORD Hilsenbeck *. 1 0 0 ,
/ Registered I OF ALL KINDS GLOVES FOR
I. Johnson 1 1 1 YOUR YARD WORK TOP VALUE STAMPSLimit

Real Estate Broker I Kelly S 301 .
one coupon to ADULT
Bunnell Florida 228 5 Maxwell House 1 lb.
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I Authorized Evinrude Dealer 322.I
Jt BOATS.5 -ACCESSORIES- REPAIRS Pinner 312 one with $5.00 or more food order

Dockage. -. Storage -: Free Ramp Frailey 321 I 1

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PRICES GOOD
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STORE HOURS
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i' 'l'flELFLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDAr 'i '-Thursday, June 8:' 1961 'i

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j< ,... : HOME SOLD IN VENICE PARK I jFLAGLER BEACH N' I! The Florida. State Horticulau-- i f

I' I I 1 METHODIST CHURCH ral Society, organized in 1888, is=
: I Mr. and Mrs. H.,T. Orem have
the nation's, oldest.
;. fajL2er3CUCL. sold their home on Lantana: Rev.- Reynold N., Hoover, minister -

.>: ,: St. in Venice Park to Mr. and All services held in the
.r- -; Mrs. Carl McElfresh from Logan, Woman's Club building. Sunday
.:.. LUNA BABBITT- ._....,. W. V.a. :Mrs. McElfresh is a I school 9:30. Worship service at
Telephone HEmlock 92098 J sister of Robert Nuzum who also 10:30. I. Sarah E. Martel :

I lives in Venice Park. The WSCS installation of-officers
I : STRYKER-BABBITT. I DAILY VACATION 11 I was postponed for one week NOTARY PUBLICFLAGLER
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.- SCHOOL ..
BIBLE BEACH
f and also the WSCS .
: :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Babbitt, meeting.The
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vogel'and .
'STARTS NEXT WEEK :
HE 9.22ro-Lehigh St.
meeting will be at the homeof
Flagler Beach, have announcedthe I I,their, three children from Chicago -
engagement of their daughter The Daily Vacation Bible I Ill., are spending two weeks Mrs. Robert Henderson on

Barbara Joan, to Judsort School ,of the Flagler Beach i i vacation.. here with his parents, Thursday, June 15th. MOODY'S
Philip Stryker, Jr., son of Mr. Baptist Church will hold registration Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogel.Mr. '
.J and Mrs. J. P. Stryker, Sr. day this Saturday, June Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee and Floral Service

I 10th. Mrs. Ethel"Rumill, princi- Mr. and llrs.Villiam Butuex I(I. .
The bride-elect graduated from pal, is planning a picnic for the and Mrs. Jerry Davis and R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7-3240
made a weekend trip to Clear-
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Bunnell High School in 1958.and j Saturday after the two weeks' of their two children, Ricky and water and Service. Reasonable Prices,
Tampa.Joe
graduated last year from the school for the children who at- Vicki, left Friday to spend a ,
Daytona Beach Junior week in Statesville, N. C. with
tend and also for the Sunday
She is College'j i ORMOND PRESCRIPTION-
presently his mother. Duncan,
chool. A study course is being accompanied by
PHARMACYSick
the accounting conducted this week at the I his three children Georgia, Joe,
News-Journal Corporation.Also I church for the department superintendents. I afternoon Jr., and Rebecca, arrived Sundayto I IIOSI'ITALi Room Supplles-Sundrtes SUPPLIES
Stopping over Tuesday
visit here with his ,
graduate I parents
a of Bunnell 24-Hour Prescription Service
for a visit with her sister,
High School, Mr.. Stryker will I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan. I Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
Rev. S. R. from Mrs. V. W. Haines, and brother,
McKinstry .
graduate this week from the II They are from Nashville, Tenn., AlA 1 ml. North of
Olds Hall in Daytona Beach George Wickline, were Mr. and J ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-16S1
and
Junior were accompanied by Mr.
Daytona Beach College. supplied the pulpit Sunday! :Mrs. 0. ,C. Minton of Ft. Pierce. I
I : He is enrolled 'for the fall se- morning in the absence of Rev.I They were enroute to their home and Mrs. Clarence Duncan's '
'I I grandchild, Linda Castleman.Community TV SERVICE
mester at the University of Flor- I
M.. Brock. ,He was accompaniedhere in Ft. Pierce after spending several :
,. ida in Gainesville. He ,now hasa months their in I I
'hiswife also at cottage
and
, by by I -J--5- ; ALL MAKES
motor' route for the News- II : II
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Mrs. Charles Rogers. Mrs. Rog- Highlands, N. C. ,
Agent For
Journal Corp., and is Director of
ers will be remembered as having I
Music at the. First Baptist II j 1
lived here few months I ;
a in
Church, Flagler Beach. Owen Kirkpatrick is away on I Memorial ChurchInterdeuomlnutlonal RCA & PH1LGO
1957 when her late husband was
two weeks active duty with the ;,
has supplying this church. TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD ;
The wedding date been I U.S. Reserves and Mrs. Kirk- I I:
set for July 16th and will take 4 patrick with their four childrenare AIR CONDITIONED I AND INSTALLED
I
place in the First Baptist'I Guests at the home of Mr. and in Cochran, Ga., visiting Daytona Ave. "I II TUBES TESTED FREE :
Church, Flagler Beach. No In- Mrs. Leonard Moody Friday eve- I with relatives. I
vitations will be sent but all ning were Sam Malphurs, Dick I FLAGLER BEACH I :
friends and relatives are invitedto Grunwald, Joe Squires, Gigi II Sunday School 10:00: A.M. I TV BobFLAGLER

attend. Butts, Arnold McCraney, and Mrs. Marie Janicki is return- 11 Church Service 11:00 A.M. I II j
Herman Paige, all of Ormond ing to her home here this week : R. W DICKERT. Paator BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Findley of I Beach. after visiting ten days in Detroit, I EVERYONE WELCOME i PHONE HE 9.2204 j .

" Leesburg, Ga. are spending two Mich., with her daughter, Mrs. I A A __ 1iL. :
: weeks vacation here. They are House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Bielski and other relatives. -

I house guests of their sonin law Vernon Haines are her brother- I TRIP SURANCE !;

I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom IS I in-law and sister, Mr. and :Mrs. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Go Protected 1'
' Duncan and also Mrs. Findley's John Sears, from Eldon, Mo.,'accompanied I Robert Rumill Sunday were Mrs. I A new service that we are proud to offer at S
!;:' sister, Mrs. Bessie Smith. by their sin Cecil I W. G. LaRocca and Mrs. Maude remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to j ji
,' 1 and daughter Peggy. McCullar from Daytona Beach. i be vacationing 3 days or 6 months-See us t tf'
t Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert t. about your trip-surance
i.. Rumill to spend the day.Sunday I Rev. and Mrs. Millard Brock Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith f' H. T. COOK AGENCY
p were Mr. and Mrs. James, Watson have gone to Greenwood, S. C. and their two sons, have movedto : I
Citizens Bank
and son from Daytona E where he is'conducting a revivalfor the comer of Daytona -Ave.I Bunnell, Florida Building ID 7-3361 I
i Beach. one week. and 18th St.
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Maxwell HouseCOFFEE U.S. Choice Beef SIRLOIN 303 Musslemans


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BARTLETT -- Cabots e.._

PEARS 29* j jI Tender CHARCOAL 2Qbt99c "

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2J/2, Van,_ Camps Chuok Steak 'Ib. 5'9Grade PAPER PLATES pkg. 89e

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1 a Thursday{ June 8, 1961 THE FLAGLER'TRIBUNE BUNNELL ,FLORIDA .PAGE FIVE
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II 1--P..T. A. NEWS !ENTERTAINS WITH v Arthur Carle and Jim Burnsed
BAR-B-QUE have returned to their homes
At the executive committee here from Banner Elk N. C.,.
6 meeting of the Bunnell Parent- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koczwanski where they were students at the-
Teacher Association the dates 'honored Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lee-McRay College the past
for the 1961.62 meetings were Cox and daughter Ruthie, of year.
LOCALS.1C o set for September 12; November North Carolina with a farewell

19; January 25; and April 12. Bar-B-Que at their home In Ko- CARD OF THANKS .
I meetings will be held at rona Sunday.
\ i 18 P. :M. \Ve would like to express our
occasionwere
the
CAPPING HOME FOR SUMMER Others enjoying
I ATTENDS deep appreciation to
I, CEREMONY IN J VACATIONMiss The theme "Getting to Work" I Mr. and Mrs..M. A. Kocz- everyone
for their kindnesses '
I wanski Frank Todd, Mr. and many pray-
I Thisis ,
for the
was chosen year.
NEW ORLEANSMrs. : : Diana :McKnight has arrived i ers, and calls, also for the cards,
Mrs. T. J. Miller and children.Mr.
a follow-up to the past year'stheme
.I with flowers, and visits, Beverly and
Clyde Lewis Mrs. G. W. to spend the summer of "Getting to Know," I
Strickland, and Catherine Strick- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.1 Howard received during their
land, were' in New Orleans Fri McKnight, Jr. She is a student said.Past President Mrs. George Clegg and' Mrs. Leo Baker and stay in, the hospital followingthe
day for the "Capping Ceremony"at at the Carnegie Institute' of I children are spending this weekin wreck. Your thoughtfulnesshas
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Charity Hospital there. Technology in Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs. Clegg reported the PTA Atlanta, Ga., on a businessand meant much to us.
I I She is majoring in music and I I awards were presented to the pleasure trip.
Miss Judy Lewis and :Miss Annette ,. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Emery
three
has studied the past years J I following: Scholarship awards and family.
Strickland were among the I under Louis Paul,.first' clarinetits I I of $25.00 went to Faye Bass and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Johnston -. .
students who received their caps with the Pittsburgh Symph Betty Jo Abbott, as high honor had as their guests this past FREE PAINTOne
in the ceremony. They have completed I ony. She plans to do private I students in their group; $20.00 weekend Mr. and Mrs. Herny
the first nine months of I tutoring on band instrumentsduring scholarship awards went to Polly Remley and daughter Mrs. Patricia extra gallon of your choice
their{ training and now become I the summer vacation. I Forson and Joan Hoff for sec- Smith and their grand- with each gallo you buyMary
official members of the student Ii i ond honor students in their daughter, Tammy, of Savannah, Carter Paint StoreAlso
of the hospital.
body I
Ii f While Dr. Allen Reynolds was'i group. Georgia. Westcate Shooplne Caster
I Judy and Annette returned attending the State Dental Association I Three certificates for having
home with Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. meeting in Miami he l having an all-A record for the
I Strickland for a' vacation of I accompanied Dr. Bob Morris I past year were presented to Al-
two weeks before returning to and Dr. Neil Roth on a fishing lida Tucker of the ninth grade; Outboard Motor Service
k New Orleans to resume their I trip. While "playing hookey" Catherine Harris and Minnie
I <+< studies. I from the meeting, Dr. Reynolds Deen, second grade. A special
caught a six-pound bonefish. certificate for the pupils in Johnson Evinrude
BRENDA JANE ROBINSON grades seven through 12 makingthe

I Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Robinson most.improvement; in grades
Mrs. S. H. Cameron of Belve -
'I during the year was presented
of Bunnell announce the arrival dere, S. C.::, visited here during Johnny's
I of a. daughter born 'June I the past weekend" with her son I to Fred Harris.

1st at the Halifax Hospital in I in law and daughter, Mr. andI .
Daytona Beach. She' weighed',I Mrs. W. W. Deen. She was ac- Mr. and I Mrs. H. I. Nordan Auto Body & Paint Shop '
.seven pounds ten and a half!'I I t|companied home Monday by.her I and daughter, Lois Ann, and .
ounces. She hag been given the| grand daughter, Delores Deen, ,Ann Granger of Gordon Ala. visited
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name of Brenda Jane I[who will visit there for two i here with Mr. and Mrs. L. Lawn Mowers Repaired
\ i weeks. M. Whitaker and family duringthe i
i Mrs. W. D.: Jones 'has recently i( i past weekend. Mrs. Nordanis

returned from West Palm,I I.! Rev. and Mrs.- -W. L. Spicer,'Jr. Mr. Whitaker's sister. Auto Glass Installed -- Welding
f Beach and Miami whereshe have as their house guest Mrs.
; visited with friends and relatives -',Spicer's mother, Mrs. Leslie ofI Visiting here with Mr. and
for several days. I Bristol, Tenn. .and Mrs, Walter Morris and Refrigerators Furniture
t tj
; I family during,the past weekendwere Refinished Refinished
j I. Mrs. W. W. Deen and son Billy Guests this week of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steen,
.. I, ,and daughter, Delores were in II Mrs. Bob Revels are Mr. and their son and daughter, H.B.,
,. Apalachicola two days last Mrs. A. I.. Price and two chil and Janet, and Miss Pam Ing- BUNNELL, FLORIDA
., ( week. They attended the fune I dren of Pineville, La. Mrs. Rev-' ram of Glasgow, Ky ,.,Mrs. Steenis 'I.. .- I I
i t ral of C; F; Marks there. ':-els-and Mrs. Price 'are ;sisters.--. Mr. Morris's sister. Ij j II I
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YELLOWCREAM LER COUNTY FIRST WITH BIG WEEK END SPECIALS AND EVERYDAY LOWj
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CORNGREEN PRICES. FOOD IS OUR MIDDLE NAME. YOU ALSO GET THE MOST VALUA-I

or I BLE STAMPS IN TOWN FROM US.BRANNAM. I. STAMPS

PEAS i I -. With $5.00,or more

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# Chocolate, White, or Yellow.
BETTER FOODS FOR BETTER LIVING BRING YOUR STAMP
CAKE MIX I RED& "
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3 for$100 I ""' 119 N. BAY ST. PH. IDLE WOOD 7-3496 THEM FOR YOU.

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RELISH SIRLOIN AND ,SWISS STEAK
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, '1., Letter vj N Frim ', pottery crock.A wiped out generations ago. (Chi-j and fitted together without ,any- little money. On Sunday.they

'; stick with a feather duster- cha sellers are probably more'thing but stone tools, without come here from miles around to

: MRS. REYNOLDS; like arrangement of flowers was prosperous than laborers. So we ,any labor but human labor, trade (barter), to wear their best

"' being fixed to a stick out over saw the best! They laugh and without wheels, pulleys, or other clothes.. and to attend Mass.
I ; "-; joked a great deal while we dente? except their own efforts -
:' (Continued from Page 2) the doorway as a sign that Continued Next Week)
: "chicha is sold here." Every were there, and no doubt 'after Perhaps 20,000 men using (
! .tA..r late afternoon the adults gatherto we left. They talked a little fiber ropes and small tree trunk
: :< it ranks ,at about our
suppose but their rollers for poll and sand
Spanish chiefly push.
sit on the floor, drink chicha, own IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
i: 3k' high school or junior college and I imagine language ."Keshwa" the Inca and water and elbow-grease for FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,
laugh gossip. we
:1' '#: level and they plan for about language. polishing. How many people? IN CHANCERY NO. 4253
furnished the for
{ 100 students this first year. gossip a dayor how many years? for what? for FREDERICK FRANCIS MOYLE laintiff

,'r-' Many more than that were taking two. It was raining while we were sun-moon-worship! But a moral

t examinations but only the They were interested in my there but we were prepared I I society. Their cooperation was a MILDRED SIMMONS vs. MOYLE

I ._ top 100 would be admitted next shoes, my filigree butterfly-pen with raincoats so the only ill''' true commune like ants pos- Defendant
week.' We met the "baby sister"of effects were muddy shoes, although worked NOTICE TO DEFEND
t the fact we gave chiclets to the sibly. Everyone every- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
1.1 our guide! who is hoping to children and could say a few we tried to dodge the one shared. They had a decimal Mildred Simmons Moyle

be one of the lucky r00: These Spanish words to them. They puddles and the pigs in the system: 10 men under one boss, Residence Unknown
will be the "teachers in three You are hereby. notified that a
and street.
courtyard
were very "flattered" (so our 100 men under a bigger boss, suit has been filed against you in
years fronvnow. Tuition is practically -. guide said), that some North this time chang- 1,000 under a bigger boss, etc. the above entitled cause; and you
free ,to any one who can American honored their home By we were The "giver of all," and here in are hereby required to file your an-
f qualify. ing our minds about climbingto swer with the Clerk of this Court.
by coming to see them. On a the top of the fortress: at Peru, I can understand why! and to serve a copy thereof upon

Here in Urubamba is a little high shelf over. some simple least I was. ,Daddy had a bad I I (I'm sitting here in the gorgeous whose the plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney is:

. jewel of .a tourist hotel where cooking things farm tools, etc., knee 'and ankle (result of sunshine in the hotel room Joseph Hirschman

we ate our lunch on our return. were thrown a pile of llama or sprains), but he wouldn't let me writing this, while Daddy is con- 407% Main Street .
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alpaca or goat 'skins which the Daytona Beach, Florida
We wonder how besides beat him when I half
many ; so got sulting with the Perunan agents not later than June 27th. A. D. 1961.
Penman officials and the "upper guide said were, thrown on the way up, and after a good rest, about their problems and extension If you fall to do so, decree pro
crust'' can afford to stay there. floor at night for everybody to continued upward he started up teaching, work, etc.) confesso will be entered againstyou
for
the relief
sleep on or under.A demanded in the
Since it is government owned alone. bill of complaint. The nature of
and run, it is very cheap, for us. It was about as hard going said suit being for divorce.
mother and
that is. The mountains are very baby were lyingon There was a staircase of down, as up; only different. I I WITNESS my hand and seal of
the shelf bed when we came stones along edge of the ter said Court this 23rd day of May
high on both 'sides of the valley, in. .Pedro (our guide) explainedthat one did not look down but a few AD. 1961.OfHcial .
but there is agriculture there. entire race. The steps are very con- steps as I carefully sidesteppedlike I ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Farms belong to wealthy land an family (8 or more veniently spaced, for the Incas a crab so as not to miss Clerk of said Circuit Court
persons) sleep together this way, t lay 25 & June 1-8-15--ftc
and work were a sturdy but short people.Of footing.
owners, peons forvery going to bed at sundown. Since my -
small salary. According to our the all course the higher we I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
family sleep together for up
guide, the Indians prefer to work That'night I had a chill all FLAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA .
warmth many babies are bornto got, the more gorgeous was the during supper here at the hotel. I I.V C1IANC1311Y NO. 4247'
for someone than to have the girls 13-14 years old. The view back of us, up two steep I thought I'd freeze, although MARY BRADY.
responsibility of 'owning and fathers are brothers counsins or valleys converging at this point did not to Plaintiff
other seem
people \'s.
.11 working their own land (???). fathers of the girl. That's why with the Urubamba valley. At be suffering. After a prolongedsoak FRANCIS BRADY '
the Indians don't look
Anyway every girl and young woman the top (or near it) was the in a tub of hot water my Defendant.
to ambitious the chil- NOTICE TO DEFEND
although of the Sun" with six
and often "temple:
children have a baby normal.
returned to THE
temperature : STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
dren and of the
some girls are riding in a shawl very comfortable huge monoliths of solid stone Francis Brady
very pretty :and attractive: on Mama's or Sister's back. set on end and fitted and polished Sunday morning we started I Residence Unknown

... (14 feet high, 5 feet wide, out with- our same very careful You are hereby notified that' a
Farther down the suit has been tiled against in
valley we :Marriage customs are very In- and 2% feet of granite). Now chauffeur and our good Pedro the above entitled cause: and you you
came .to a different Fortress; teresting, but not in the least these and all other stones were for another Indian communityabout are hereby required to file your answer -

,"Ollayan-tan-tambo" (Oyan-tan- necessary. A baby belongs to quarried from mountains across 30 miles, up in the hills with the Clerk of this Court.

tambo) built pyramid fashionup the mother's family in case of the river, brought down the nearby .This group of cooperating and the plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff's copy thereof attorney upon

a steep hill to the "TemplerottheSun" no marriage or a failure in a mountain across the river, upa Indian villages is called whose name and address is:
at the near-top!' At trial-marriage. Remember, all man built ramp or inclined "Chincheros" and the people are Ray Selden

first Daddy and I thought we these people are nominally plane at least 500 feet up this almost pure Indian. They speakthe Selden Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot

wouldn't"care to climb it. It is Catholic, (all "infidels" were peak, polished, raised on end "kechwa" and they use very I later than June 16th. A. D. 1961.
composed of many (50 or more) --"- I If you fail to do so. decree pro
: terraces' 8-10 feet high with re u confesso will be entered against

.1 taming walls of flitted stone you bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of

; (not polished): but the enormous said suit being for divorce. .
j amount of. work that must 1 o.ti. i WITNESS my hand and seal of
have Another First for Florida. said Court this 10th day of May. 1
been
t required to take each A. D. 1961.Official .
1: one of those tens of thousandsof ( Seal E. A. SMYTHE
blocks'' up that steep hillside I Clerk of said Circuit Court
18-25 & June 1-8
May -4tc
f and there built each wall so

carefully, and, to level each terrace rw IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

to raise corn, potatoes, and FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
: I. IN CHANCERY NO. 42.1nGEORGE
r whatever else they used for T. FOSTER '

food. The common people lived r Plaintiff,

in stone houses (one room for vs.
'I' I each family but about six families BILLIE R. FOSTER.Defendant..

I to each courtyard and one NOTICE TO DEFEND
doorway easily barricaded from THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Billie R. Foster
the narrow stone-paved street Residence UnknownYou
I Into the semi-paved courtyard.) are hereby notified that a
Here they now live almost identically :.. suit has been filed against you In
r bk the above entitled cause; and you
:< as they lived 500 years are hereby required to file your an-
ago when the Spaniards came. swer with the Clerk of this Court "'

This town Is at the foot of the and the plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney.upon .

fortress-terraced hill .In case of whose name and adddress is:

enemy attack from over the Richard D. Bertone
216 South Palmetto Avenue
mountains from the Ama-
or up Daytona Beach. Floridanot
zon the people could barricade later than June 20th A. D. 1961.
themselves or run up 'the pyramid If you fail to do so. decree pro
fortress to where the military confesso will be entered against 1
you for the relief demanded in the
i and the noble-religious bill of complaint. The nature of
leaders lived at the top. said suit being for divorce. r
First WITNESS my hand and seal of 1,
guide took into
our us
said Court this 5th day of May
a very typical home. Stone wall I .. t A.D. 1961.OfcialSeal. ,
one door, no windows, steep roof ( E. A. S IYTHE.

of special thatch, very thick. May 18-25 Clerk& of June said 1-8 Circuit-Itc Court "

One room: with a cooking'place

at one end, a shelf bed across s r'S:. IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF I
the other end, guinea pigs be- sY yk FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO. FLORIDA 4264

ing fed and raised under the CHARLES A. MIX

shelf. vs. Plaintiff

MERIAM S. MIX
It was very muddy in thE Defendant )
court yard, but a ledge 4-5 I NOTICE TO DEFEND
71rx
inches high atthe dooryard kept THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
I Meriam S. Mix:
the floor fairly dry. A girl was Residence Unknown ,
preparing vegetables for soup 1 i a.N.7+ You are hereby notified that a ,
: a ML
,that was on the fire place, car suit has been filed against you In _
I the above' entitled cause; and you
; rots, beans, potatoes, onions. are hereby required to file your an-
The mother was preparing "Chi- swer with the Clerk of this Court
cha," the common native drink and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
, of fermented corn juice strained I whose name and address la:
. : through a woven basket into a W. Cecil Grant
407% Main Street \
Daytona Beach. Floridanot
later than July 10th A. D. 1961.
I If you fail to do so. decree pro
confesso will be entered against .
RCA VICTOR
you for the relief demanded in the
LIVING COLOR TV bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
I' "LOOK FOR TUB IMCTURE WITNESS my hand and seal of
IN THE WINDOW / said Court this 1st day of June.
, Southern Radio &. Television '- A. D. 1961. '

''p 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 t 4', ,,, ..t : t (.OificialClerk of said E. A.Circuit Court
ORMOND r June 8-15--9-4tc

1\ Southern ,Bell 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
\ LAs .. FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
June r IN CHANCERY NO. 4257
! of 4, 1961, all customers RALPH A. LAPIO

i t. m 4' laglrr. tHrtbuttr I r .. ..100" % DIAL served by Southern Bell.Florida- e't G :' vs. Plaintiff
MARIE LAPIO
, ,I ,.R are receiving the most modern'dial .', Defendant ,
.BUNN>tLL. FLORIDA = NOTICE TO DEFEND ':
r telephone service. if. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ,.,
:: in Florida! ; F .Marie Laplo ,
I We are proud that Florida is the ,.. t' 304 Washington Street
MRS_ M. B. FULLER Editor Manville. N,w Jersey ,
: firsVstate in the South to have 100% ( You are hereby notified that a
I. ', :.. suit has been filed against you In
Dee..t' Official PnbUeattoa t : rv dial telephone service. .. the above entitled cause; and you
; : ..#... are hereby required to file your an-
,,' ..
i for 'Public Xtlc .f Flakier : -.r' t -' swer with the Clerk of this f .Ielpalatlee' We are happy'to have been apart of thepastgrowth .:, 'and to serve a copy thereofTupon
Outy, ... !* '' "", ...,J- I the plaintiff or nlaintlffs attorney,
'a.d the. State .t FloridaE.ter.p and are looking forward ,", --. < t- a whose name and address Is: 1
"< _.0 Ray Selden
,, : ," to continuing to be a part of the *oo Main Street

am $ecoad claaa matte ': j""R; of Florida. .'...131 Daytona Beach. Florida
1 < .growth not later than Julv 7th. A. D. 1961.
'
Febrwarr S.1lr13,at the i..tffle! ._ '-; So:: ...; > ,- if you fail to do so. decree pro ;E
: ... confesso will be entered against
4 I at Banmell Flerfdas-aader act .! '' '. I you for the relief demanded in the F
;
:; : bill of comnlalnt. The nature of
southern'P
Marck area .ir ( Bell \ i said snit helncr for divorce.
; WITNESS my hand and seal of
'One dear: -ALSO I '- .- : '" P_i *. J, said! : .Court this. 25th, ,day of May,
:""' +.... ,. A. D. 1931.
rLtSf t., ._ -.. .c'w R&Ie'- rJ6lMIfI1O'_ ; (Official Real ,E.
elx. :tnonthi I I. ... / b ,. A. SMYTHS
;., : ,;.... ., :. t -+("! 'f "" :__ : --" d : ;: i. 4:, Clerk ftf said! Circuit Court

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A _Thursday_ June. 8, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE- BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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Corner I WARD-.KELLY LEAD 10 4 400 Most strikeouts, Bertha6- |will. ,tangle In the second 'game
Sports
|'|,I Standing'I W L 10 4 400 -' tonight, the winner to take over

I .. Continued. from Page | Firemen 4 ,1 13 5 384 Pitchers W first place. :Mercer 4-1. will go '
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G. Mercer 4 1 800
i' 1 Barrp\7 2..0 0 Clinic 2 3 12 4 333 J. Kelly lost a game ,this season. The I

;', McMillan L '201 Appliance '. *0 5 ,500'T I .. Bertha .2 31S. 400 first game will find the Appli-
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Ab H f' win. Pinner will for the
': .- 2278 Big Eight A. Spivey 10 Pinner 0 2 000 : go Ap
, -i R H Jim Ward 13 8 runs, A. Spivey 2 Westbrook 0 3 000 pliance team while Big Sammy I
; Firemen 2' 2 1 0 3 8 5 I III D. :Metts10 6 Rabble 2 Bertha will burn them in for

II:' Appliance 3 O. 0 1' 3 7 81 G. Robbie 12 6 : Ward 3 The Lumber Co. and Firemen the Clinic.

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" ,, PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGL.ER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, JUne 8,. 1961
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\{\''' I r -- Democratic Headquarters_ P.O. ?i
t. : : mittee at the Angebilt Hotel, in maxed with a dutch treat luncheon *
Eotary Club Will Democratic Women I Box 1273, Orlando. -,
[ I Orlando, on June 9 and 10. to be held at 1 P.M. at the I s 1

{ Angebilt Hotel when Secretaryof Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
Sponsor Cancer DriveThe In OrlandoMrs. Registration will open at 1:30
. Meeting State Tom Adams will be I S2.0 A Year In Advance
, I P.M. on Friday June 9. The
: Rotary Club of Bunnell will' guest speaker.All I
board of directors meet at
: Christine Maxwell, president j I:
has assumed sponsorship of the '2:30 P.M. on this date. The interested Democrats
of the State ,Democratic are
-. CLASSIFIEDADS!
annual drive for 'funds of the
fi'
; Women's Club of Florida, has executive committee willl meet invited to attend the luncheon.
... American Cancer Society. This I '
. -. called a 'meeting of her boardof at 9 A. M. on Saturday, June0.. Reservations for. the luncheon
action was taken at a meeting
. directors and executive com This conference will be cli I should be made with the State i
s;s=: of the old and new boards'of I
-'.: directors held in the conference -- ----.f .
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I...;;:\ room of the Flagler Clinic last I Members of f Bunnell High School Graduating Class of 1961 I Listing 75 rents cents per under Is word minimum this each h adla Insertion charge.! areS ,

!;;yFy! '.. Wednesday evening.
j I'!' :<:, Dn'ahd: Mrs. John Canakaris I FOR SALE-2 bedroom tile bath

', were named co-chairmen- the and builtin' kitchen equipment,
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; :. drive and were assured of the gsra > 15 x 20 ft. brick patio, Florida:

(, :.. utmost cooperation ,on the part room, oil ducted heat. Separate
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Plans are now in the making apt. over 2-car garage with
I" "4; for conducting the drive. I laundry facilities on 100 x 150 ft.

r. ..:,:#" As a, first step in organizing lot. Excellent water. See owner,

!I-:.' the drive a special luncheon is A. Ross, 15th & Daytona Ave.,
It) being held on Thursday, June .; : Flagler Beach. 6-8-4tp
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f' ';.-/ 8, at 12:30 P-M. atthe Masonic I
I' WANTED-Someone to live in
.,' Hall for all ,Rotarians and their I
1""t with older person. Light house
| ,; wives. Guest _speaker at this
: ',.t.: luncheon meeting will be Robert w, zft-J't \ -4 }- It' I work and cooking. Contact Mrs.

I ', ., .. L. S. Cody, Phone ID 73481.
ra. Shaffer, field representative ''. F t .r w ?" y. a '. .5., June 8-ltc

I'.:- -' for the American Cancer Society.

t(;..:, Mr. Shaffer is located in Tampa TUTORING-Anyone interestedin
- and will speak to the club about private tutoring on any band
t w y "
'S' t; Y + y .JAL 'Syl
J/ s FE {
details of succeSs $ w
conducting a 'OYF instrument contact Diana Mc-
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.t: ful cancer drive.
! i Knight, HE 92180. Four years
\ 'The interest and support of I college training in music, three

: the people of Flagler County is II c' F" Srr ..Vi I years study under Mr. Louis

,4;-_ ,.: earnestly solicited by club members I Paul, 1st clarinetist with Pittsburgh

:f,; '. ''! in order that this worthy j I Symphony. 6.8.t
.}. cause may gain the support ;
which it needs in carrying on : g FOR RENT-2 bedroom house
: r" I
;'. ..' the search for a cure of cancer. ; ,. i back of Western Auto.. Call
ID 73228. 6-8-2tc

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OLD PERFUME INGREDIENTS FOR SALE-Man's English Her

,I' Frankincense and myrrh, aromatic cules bicycle, almost new, $30.00.

. .. resins which the Wise Men I First row, left to right Patricia Ann Niesen, Carey Dean Holland, Dannie Earl Frailey, Polly Kruger, Daytona near Main, t

, brought as gifts when they followed Ann Forson, Mary Jo Daugherty, John O'Neil Craig, Alice Faye Bass.: Second row-Joan Flagler Beach. 6-8-ltp

: the Star of Bethlehem to II Carole Hoff, Sandra Jo Gordon, Julia Carnelia Gordon, Eulene Pearl Brock, Betty Ruth Abbott,
HAIRY INDIGO
. the place of the Nativity, are Nancy Carol Brannam. Third row-Joseph Jeffery Scale, Reid, Eugene Robertson, Joyce
The ideal cover and soil
. still found_on lists of basic per- I lene Ricks, Lois Joann Preston, Theodore Panchella, and Thomas Millard Minchew. Mar.1 builder. crop
(Photo by Theo
6. fume ingredients. ,I Regular, per 100 Ibs. __._. $25.00
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4 .i.r. Early, per 100 Ibs. ..____..$26.00
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Delivered to near by points.
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'. Seville, Fla. June l-4tc
The climateculdnt be better -
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for THIS SUMMER 1
":. buying a new ,Furnished 3-room aparts. and .

i efficiencies, $45 to $65 per
month, plus utilities 'for June,

r: : JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET July May 25.4tc and August. HE 92122..


j '\. IF YOU OWN A LOTAnywherein

L. (and that's the car more people are buying!) spring at each wheel, gentles you past all the Flagler County, call HE 9-

i :'.. Take those June skies and .breezes. Add a spankin' wrinkles and ruts in the roads (there's even a 2073 a for 2 or information 3 bedroom about home built having -

'I ;" \' '. new Jet-smooth Chevy. Presto, you've got, all the team of over 700 behind-the-scenes "shock ab- with no down payment at only

'l- ';. : makings of a roamin' holiday. That low-loading sorbers" to hush up road surface mumblings and $56 costs.a month which covers all

'r. (' deep-well trunk swallows up most everything grumblings). All in all,Chevy's lighf-steerin'easy- May 25.4tc

'. you'd want to pack along. The carefully! goin' ways just don't leave much for you .. BARGAIN MONTHMay

crafted Body by Fisher has you livin' in to ,do but feel good. And< that's exactly the : 15th-June 15th
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: luxury (and in comfort-high seats where ;:s..nTM ?.2 way your Chevrolet dealer wants you to feel Thompson Music Co.

: the sight-seein' comes easy). That JetCh EV noLET -as you can plainly see in those beautiful 134 Volusia Ave.
DAYTONA
BEACH
smooth Chevy ride, with a sinewy Full Coil June buys he's got bustin' out all over.' .'' Telephone CL 2-8215 !

Air conditioning-an extra-cost option that Save as much as $300on

." c gives you fingertip temperature control Try ft. a Piano or Organ \

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,> "h -cleaning reasonable -

; .;. t I : rates. George Jarosz, Phone I
H> 7.3410 3-2 to 8-24-tp J
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..- bath house, Daytona Ave.,
Flagler Beach. Completely ren
.' tbi S SS '5s525fSr ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys
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2 bedroom apartments completely -
furnished, utilities included. 'II

: Sensible rate day, week, month, ,1 1
or permanent. Sun Sea Motel

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FOR RENT Unfurnished large I
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."./4/! ',;" Call HE 9-2318, or see Zeke I
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F J.: ------J- Impala Convertible--just as saucy '" ,-:' .
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