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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 15, 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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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'VOLUME 49, NO. 23., BUNNELL; .FLORIDA, THURSDAY, ,JUNE 15, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR 1



,1V New: local l Laws"I I', ,JULY TO, COMPETE 4 CONTEST IN: I.Businessmen I JULY TO COMPETE 4 CONTEST IN I'Senator r Pope. I Ii 4 4I j


This i .V ',![uM ..J.1.J ,N Jt.i.! ..M"t',.}.. ,!l ,$!: 1 j&!. I Invites Public .I I I II I Il
Affecting r.rut4 v. r? v. f :/ I Ij i To Crown Miss


County PassedA To Street Dance I j l Miss East Coast '

number of legislative acts The Bunnell, .

:affecting Flagler ,County were I Association is Businessmen's'l "I I
introduced and passed in the I lic to attend a h 'Senator. Verle Pope of St. Augustine

3.961 legislature by the County: Friday evening, June 23, from ., J JI JI JI I! will crown the winner
delegation of Rep. W. L. Wads :1 9 Jo 12 o'clock in front of the ,i Ji i i Jin the "Miss Florida East CoastContest"

worth and Sen. Verle A. Pope. ,.,.., ,dq'a 4 M1 i iU courthouse in Bunnell, Club I at the Coronation Ball
Rep. Wadsworth gave The I ,a President Owen Shelton said to- I on July 3rd, at Flgler Beach,
Tribune resume of these spe aGrr I Sam Malphurs, director of the
cial acts. The following listing : ry day.The
affair is being plannedby Yin contest said today. The corona-
, is rather sketchy. To fully un 3'x
I tion will be at 12 o'clock Tuesday
derstand the new laws one f k the Businessmen's Association -
should read the acts or contact .x'' and The American Federation evening at the Woman's

!Mr. Wadsworth.It of Musicians of Daytona I Ii I I II. I Club building.The .
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should be remembered that k : .... ; i Beach as a summer social program I I k contest will begin at 7:30
a meeting was held prior to for citizens of the county.,! Tuesday evening in the city

convening of the legislature to The music for this occasion I I. Park. ,A short program will proceed
give the people an opportunityto ; ,
i will be furnished, through a the contest and will beginat

, discuss and senator with the the representative proposed 1 grant from the Music Performers i i iI 7 o'clock.At .

bills. The meeting was sponsored Trust Fund of theTtecording I 2:30 in the afternoon a pa-

by the Flagler County Democratic 1- Miss Cindy Hall Pike, 17 year J Industry in conjunction with the rade-of all contestants, and motorcades -

Executive Committee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bunnell Businessmen's Association Miss Elizabeth Banks, 17 year accompanying the con-

Recreation-The act as passed I. A.V.. Pike of Ormond Beach and American Federation of old daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. testants will form at the south
"provides a minimum of $6,000t' who hplds 'the title of' Miss Or- Musicians Local '601 of Daytona Edmund Banks of Union Park, Flagler county line and parade

annually, to be appropriated by ,mond Beach and Miss Volusia Beach. Florida. Miss Banks' is sponsored I to the headquarters at the Flag.

the Board of County Commis. I County is the Ormond Beach t tI by the Union Park Business ler Beach Hotel. .
sioners from race track funds for i .
Lions Club, entry in the Miss Men's Association and will be Fifteen title holders have qualified -
"recreational I
purposes. The com I
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misioners are to make the appointments Florida East Coast Contest on Rotary Club To t escorted to the contest by a for the contest, coming

of a seven-member July 3rd. Cindy is five feet motorcade from her town. Elizabeth -I from Orlando, Jacksonville,

recreation board. Two of these I seven inches in height, weighs Sponsor Cancer was born in England. Sheis Ocala, Union Park, Ormond -

are to be nominated by the town 125, has brown eyes and brown a student of Colonial High Beach, Daytona Beach, DeFuniak

of Flagler Beach, two' by Bun hair and plans to be a profes- In School in Orlando. She has blue I Springs, and other places.
1* nell commissioners, two by the sional model when she completes Drive JulyThe eyes and light brown "hair. Sheis The contestants will be entertained -

county school board and the her-education. five feet and five inches tall at. a dinner at the Worn'
seventh nominated for Rotary Club of Bunnell I !
a county and weighs 123. She plans to man's Club building prior to I
., wide representation. A referen sponsoring The American Can-
be an, airline hostess the contest. The club will also I
I FUNERAL SERVICE I upon completion -
dum is
attached to the bill
I cer Society Fund Drive, for 1961, I
known as HB '327. FOR MRS. FORD I Program Chairman John Can'non I of her education. sponsor the Coronation Ball fol. I II

J Historical Commission_The I Funeral services were held'\. said today. The goal for I lowing the contest. I
of the commission I Mr. Malphurs said several features :
purpose
Wednesday afternoon, in the c' ,ounty has been set at [Counties Get FromRacing
would be to collect and preserve rings for Mrs. Mary Eusey Hast-I, ,$1,000.00 I of, entertainment will be
.w hls ?r1c:aLllfQrmat1QnalQ.qt.? this, : 1 staged.with the contest...A, ten..
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Ford Who th said driver Wilt
i "passed away 'Mr Cannon the '$185,0.00Comptroller
county. Such information be \l rel ; tative will be published .
preserved 'in the office of' the Monday Mrs. DeFord was last for one'week, 'July 17-24, I next program week. '
clerk of the circuit court. This in Indianapolis, Ind., and came and the Rotary Anns will organize I Ray Green said !

\ is HB 134. to Florida in 1918. She residedfor and conduct door-to-door, today "we are transmitting $12- I .
House Bill 626 is a reenactment I some time in Orange' County collections in the county. Sheriff I 000 to each of the 67 countiesas
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of a local law allowingthe before coming to Flagler County Homer Brooks was ''named on a their part of the.... racing' con !Flagler Recreation !
county school board to buy to reside.1 She moved to Hast- I committee to organize for a tribution. 1
'supplies to the value of $1,000 This makes total of '
$185,000
a
ings in 1933. She was 72 yearsof drive to solicit contributionsfrom Center To
without advertising for bids. age. at intersections paid to each county during theperiod Open.
passengers
county House commissioners Bill 469 allows also the to Survivors include her husband of Highways 1 and ll and on July 1, 1960, to June 7, On June 15thThe

buy up.to $1,000 of supplies without Fred, four daughters, Mrs. Thad- AlA on ,Saturday, June 17. 1961 as compared to $183,000
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advertising for bids. deus Johnson, Rochester, Mich.; II I for the. same. period last., fiscal opening of the Flagler
House Bill 133. This is a re- Mrs. Jack Henkle of San Mateo; year. I Recreation Center is scheduled
enactment of a local bill pro Mrs. R. A. Joiner and Mrs. Henry Judson Stryker I I There, will be" one other small I for Thursday, June 15, at 1 P.M.

viding for compensation of tax I Badger of Hastings; one son, distribution between now and i I'I Miss Tess Massie, recreational
collector and tax assessor to be I Kenneth DeFord. Named To DBJC 1 I I June 30, he said. 'director, invites everyone to

the same as heretofore' for several Craig Funeral Home of' St. J[come in for refreshments during\

I years. St. Augustine was in! charge of Hall Of Fame j I the afternoon and to register for
t House Bill 1609. This law allows I
arrangements. I Eastern Star Holds I the many tournaments that will
'J_ the taking for personal .usemarine Hudson Stryker, Flagler Beach, 1
turtle on I Beach I be held during the summer.
eggs Monday is one of four, Daytona
Wednesday and Friday nights ANDERSON WILL I Junior College students named Past Matron Patron ( The -Center will be open each

from 7 P.M. to 1 A.M. between I SPEAK TO ROTARY to the college Hall of Fame. day from l to 6 P.M., but closedall

June 1 and July 15 of each year. I I made Night Eve. day on. Wednesday. During
House Bill 1608. This permits: Richard Anderson, operator of The award was by college Tuesday these daytime hours beach wear
the board of the Flagler County Airport, will President Dr. Roy F. Bergengren,
county commissioners '* Past Matrons arid Past Patronsof and play clothes will be
to buy I be the guest speaker of the Rotary Jr. at commencement exercises per
surplus from
property I Bunnell 93 Order of Posted.rules
Chapter mitted. and regulations -
the Federal Government which, Club, of Bunnell today, last Monday evening in Pe bodyAuditorium. .
Eastern Star honored at will be" the
were printed bulletin -
it is understood could not be (Thursday) at 12:30 P. M.,at the : I on
done heretofore. regular luncheon meeting. 1 The honor, highest the college the chapter meeting Tuesday board inside the building.

House Bill 860. This reactivates Mr Anderson recently entered'1!I makes, is made 'for academic I.: evening; Worthy :Matron Rita All age groups are urged to
local 'law Diamond said today. attend each day as the successof
a allowing $100
into an agreement with the I excellence and outstanding servIce :
... a month compensation to mem' Flagler County Board of Com, to' the'college.. I Past Matrons and Patrons who the summer program depends
bers of the board of county com ; were introduced and extended upon full participation of the
; missioners to lease the airport.A Judson also received a special
missioners. academic' courtesies of the chaper were: youths of the county. No admission
very fine,administrative building book award for I
,. House Bill 1272. This
permitsthe
Mrs. G O. Magee, Mrs. Frank is charged.It .
has been erected and achievement from DBJC President
city commissioners a concrete -
of Bun-
Mercer, Mrs. Agnes Yelvington, is hoped that parents will
nell "to pay themselves $50 a block hangar Is now in Bergengren in a ceremonyat
Mrs. Bea Kingston Mrs. R. .L. for the Bun-
provide car pools
month salary by a fourfifthsvote process of being constructed. the college last week.
of the five to transferto McNab, Mrs.. Homer Brook$, Mrs. nell children ,so that they may
man commission. Mr. Anderson will speak on Mr. Stryker plans
I O. B. Green, Mrs. Wilma Brock join in the .activities of the Center -
House Bill ,2998. this is an act his plans for dveloping aviation the University of Florida in -
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that protects local laws pertain I Gainesville for the fall semester Mrs. Naomi Hosford, George all summer.
in Flagler county and of the advantages
I :Moody Sr.; Shelton Brooks and The first in the seriesof
ing to Flagler county alone in l it can, "offer to the where he will continue his f summer
event population, changes would i i studies. Rufus Miller. Teen Dances will be held on
place Flagler in the ,same county. George Moody was also ,honored Tuesday, 'June 20, from 8 to

population bracket. 'with any I as a charter member of the 11:30 P.M. Dress will be casual,

other county. Hill located north of Beverly MASONS TO HOLD chapter and his past"service. He but no levis or shorts will be
House-Bi113025. ALA. It is understoodthat ,
This local bill Beach on
PAST MASTERSNIGHT served as Patron of the chapterthe permitted unless'the dance is
permits the county school boardto there are six or eight'resi-
first nine years after it was announced as such, however
the the town limits. JUNE
pay county superintendent dents in 20
organized, and several following Bermuda Dances will be held at
10 act
per cent more salary than Also passed was ,an pro-
that received by the highest hibiting taking of shrimp by Bunnell Masonic Lodge No. years 'after. Mrs. Diamond pre various times. The age limit on _

.. paid teacher in the system. The "shrimp boats" withine' on mile I 200 will observe. Past Masters sented him with a gift from the Teen Dances starts at 13 ,years

act permissive; not manda east and one mile north or Night, on June 20, the Master, Chapter in recognition of his olo, .
tory.House south of the Flagler Beach fish- John A. Clegg, saidtoday.. years of service. The first of the Pre-Teen

Bill 2731. 'This local ing pier.. I Mr. Clegg said a supper In Mrs. Evelyn White was electedto Dances will be on Thursday,

law exempts the county judge House, Bill 514. This is knownas honor of Past Masters will be serve as chapter treasurer, June 22nd, from 7:30 to 9:30P.

of Flagler county from "the *a water conservation districtact I served in the dining room at filling the vacancy caused by .Mo, and this is for children
County Judge's Bill" which it and expenditures -
would permit 6:30 in the evening. This will the resignation of Mrs. Frances 12 and under. A small admission -
is understood would provide by the board of county
In be followed by the ,Masters De- Edmonson. :( charge will be made for
maximum 'compensation of only. commissioners for dredging
$6.000. various areas of the western section greebeing put on at"7:30. This The Chapter made, plans to the dances. -Basic dance steps J
House. Bill No. 298. This act of the county.to provide I.will be put on by thel'Past-Masters serve the Past .Masters' Night I will be taught to those who

creates .the TownT : Painters better drairiage. of the lodge. Dinner on, June. 20. would like to learn.

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...:?._ '; LUNA BABBITT TOP VALUE STAMPS

':t; Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 I Limit one coupon to ADULT
... Ii
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t '" : COLEMAN.JABBOTr FAMILY REUNION with $5.00 or more food order at I
:{ I The Mr. and- Mrs.II
family of
\\6 r : Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Abbott are E.. M. Spivey were having a get- I SHELTONS SUPER MARKET ,FOR THAT FRIENDLYThis

I : :, announcing engagement and together here last week, at the June 17 1961
' their coupon expires ,
j- approaching marriage of home of the parents and also COURTEOUS SERVICE ;
I!'- daughter :Miss ,Betty Ruth Ab the homes of'Mr. and Mrs. Gene
:: bott' to Mr. Walter Carl Cole. I Spivey and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey
?:: man, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
' I I Spivey. TABLE RITE MEATS
::"r, Coleman of Seville. The visiting families were Smoked Sugar Cured Heavy Western Beef Choice Cuts
;, .. The wedding will be an event I'Rev. and :Mrs. Bryant Spivey and
, F" of July 15th at' 7 P.M. in the their three children from Columbia CHUCK ROAST Ib49c

: \. Community Memorial Church I S. C,; Mr. and Mrs. David PICNICS I ib 31
:'. with Rev. Francis Smelt of Se. I Dixie Brand
f Spivey with their six children .
; ville officiating. Invitation are from Wilmington, N. C.; Mr. and Armour Star Boneless 11/2 lb SMO SAUSAGE FRANKS
" not being sent but all friendsof Mrs. Lide Spivey and family, or :

the couple are invited. from San "Francisco, Calif.; Mr. CANNED HAMS $159 3 $100
Ibs.
and Mrs. Carlile Spivey and

Visitors with Rev. and Mrs. family from Jacksonville; and Armour Star 1 lb. cello NECK BONES PIG FEET
Millard Brock were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Camille Eberle and her two

" ,,- Charles Johnson and their son children from Ormond Beach. ALL MEAT FRANKS 49C HOG MAWS 6 89''
from Brevard, N.c., Saturdayand .. Ibs.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker
World's Best
Sunday. Crisprite 1 lb. celloHAMBURGER
.. from Haw Creek have taken an
apartment at -Mosbys for the 3 139 SLICED BACON 49c
;
Dana Scruggs- 3rd, from Melbourne I lbs.
summer.
has been here two weeks

t. ,with :Mr. and Mrs. Harmon.Win- Mr. and ,Mrs. W. L. Lawrence NorthernTOILET

grove.' from Palatka spent the weekendin (

their beach home here.
Mrs. Era Rae from Daytona TISSUE 5C
Beach spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Myles Meeks roll

her mother, Mrs.. A. Kight, and from Jacksonville were here I

her aunt, Mrs. Gertrude Higgins.Mr. during the weekend.Mr. .
LIMIT THREE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

( and Mrs. Jerry Davis and
and Mrs. Al Dompe Sr., FARM FRESH PRODUCE
family returned to their, home
from Crescent City have
opened
Sunday night after spending
their home here to the Shurfine 303 can
spend Fancy Large
their vacation visiting relativesin ,

summer. North Carolina. .. CANTALOPES 3 for89c FRUIT COCKTAIL 4. for $100

Spending Saturday in Jackson Mrs. Clarence Weaver .
Large Heads Western .
ville were Judy Stryker, Margie panied her brother and, accom'l ,
head F
Schatz, Barbara Weaver, Barbara -I law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard LETTUCE 19c '. .
Babbitt, and Mrs. J. A, Bab.from Lakeland, to Moravian Sweet T.d' -
SaleTIDE
bitt. Falls, N.c., last week. They BLACK GRAPES \ tb 29c .
were called there on account of "

the death of their brother.I 25c
FROZEN FOOD BUYS .
Sarah E. Martel
f I and Mrs. William Babbitt
from
, ; 1 '. With coupon Thurs.. News-Journal
. r NOTARY PUBLIC I and family spent Friday in Or Morton 8 oz. s.ize Ii

I.' FLAGLER BEACH lando. % I MEAT PIES 4 89' '
I .
HE 9.2203-Lehlgh St. I Mr. and'Mrs, O. A.. Brantley,II II'I for '
t t:: 'i made f a trip to Fort Lauderdale Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.STRAWBERRIES Jim Dandy 'I

l' Tuesday to visit their son,
Brantley. They were accompan Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. QUICK GRITS 5 lb. 29c'
Community .- ied by their granddapghter, Sara bag
+ BRUSSEL SPROUTS ea. 33c
Memorial OhurohInterdenominational .l Englemann from 'Jacksonvillewho
is spending this week with 1
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II.them. Henderson'sSUGAR_ I. ... ,' .
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AIR CONDITIONED
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Daytona Ave. \ Pratt Sosebee from Anderson,

FLAGLER BEACH I S.week C. here.spent" several days last 5 lb. bag 39<

Sunday School 10:00: A.M. 'I
Church,Service 11:00 A.M Mrs. Elsie Graham from Seville
I I was over' Sunday for the LIMIT: ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
Paator
R. W. DICKEHT.
I day in her beach home. -
EVERYONE WELCOME :
I I Armour Star Wilson's Clearbrook
lb.
qtrs.
I Mrs. John Sutherland and

family from Vero Beach are PURE LARD lb; 'carton55c CREAMERY BUTTER 69c
TV SERVICEALL spending' this week here. 3 ,

... ShurfreshGRATED
Food King'
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Combsare

MAKES returning,to their home here TUNA 19c BISCUITS 3 fog25c
Agent For this week from a visit with relatives 1/2 can

in Los Angeles, Calif. Loaf' Folgers 10 jar
RCA & PHILCO I Southern Family- .. oz.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tonkin INSTANT COFFEE 99c
I BREAD 2
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD are spending a ten day vacation: 229C
AND INSTALLED t in North Carolina at Fantana Limit one with $5.00 or more food orderDe"l
'Dam. Monte 303
FREE can
TUBES TESTED:
I CREAM CORN 4 Armour's 3 lb. canVEGETOLE
MOODTSFloral for79c

: TV Bob Service Delited 43 oz. glass 49?


FLAGLER BEACH R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7.3240 APPLE JELLY each49c .
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
9.2204
HE
PHONE Service. Reasonable' Prices

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PLAGLKR IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF, IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLER I 50 FREETOP : 25 FREE ::1 r 25 FREETOP
IN CHANCERY NO. 4257 COUNTY. FLORIDA.
RALPH A. ,LAPIOPlaintiff I CHARLES IN CHANCERY A. MIX NO. 42O4 VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPSwith I VALUE STAMPS

MAftlB LAPIO Plaintiff with the purchase of I:. the purchase of j with the purchase of

Defendant MERIAM S.VMIX 12 pak 2 Hershey's 16 oz. can I Planters 7 oz. can

\ THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO: NOTICE TO Defendant DEFEND Miller,High Life CHOC SYRUP COCKTAIL PEANUTSand

', Marie 304 Washington Laplo Street THE STATE OP S. Mix FLORIDA. TO: BEER and this coupon I this coupon

Manville. New Jersey Residence Unknown !This coupon void 7.17.61 t This coupon void 7-17-61 I This coupon void 7.17.61
You hereby notified that
You are hereby notified that a are a I ,
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suit has been filed against you in suit has been tiled against you in
the above entitled cause: and you the above entitled cause; and you;
are hereby required to file your answer are hereby required to file your an
with the.Clerk of this Court swer with the Clerk of this Court QUANTITY RIGHTS
and to serve a copy thereof upon and to serve a copy thereof upon RESERVED
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address is: whose name and address Is:
Ray Selden W. Cecil Grant PRICES GOOD .
800 Main Street I 407% Main Street ,
Thurs. FrL Sat.
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Daytona Beach. Florida 1 -
not later than July 10th. A.D. 1961.
later than July 7th. A. D. 1981. 4
If you fall to,do so. decree pro If you fall to do so. decree pro June 15 16.17, 1961
confesso will be entered againstyou confesso will be entered against STORE HOURS
for the relief demanded in the you for the relief demanded in the ?
bill of complaint. The nature of bill of complaint. The nature of e e Mon. thur FrL-8 AJ .-6:4 P.M.
said suit being for divorce. .said suit being for divorce. i '
WITNESS my hand and seal off WITNESS my hand and seal oi Sat. 8 AJd. 9 P. M.
said Court this 25th day of May. said' Court this 1st day of June, .L
A. D. 1931. A. IX 1961.OtAcialCl.
(OfticlalClerk E. A. SMYTHE ( rk E. A. SMTTHE THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN" BUNNELL ,FLORIDA
: of said Circuit Court of said Circuit Court:
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BIG SAMMY BERTHA. men, Aubrey Spivey hit his 3rd II ; ;.
PITCHES TWO HITTER double mot the season. David
Thursday night Flagler Clinic Hilsenbeck had a home run. RELAX .HAVE FUN IN : :
scored 3 runs in the first .innings Firemen Ab R H
and went on to win 51. Wilson 210 r .j

Sammy struck out 3 to bring Grove .. 220A. THESUNEVERYTHINGFOR
his total, to 29, and he needs Spivey .:. 2 1 2 ; ,
only 8'more to set a new strike Martell 'r' "' 311 i .
r .. = YOUR PICNIC AT
out record for the league. Littlefield Ill i
The Appliance 'boys, droppedsix Hilsenbeck / : :.' 111' : j+-
in a row and have no Peterson -:f r. 301' f FLAGLER FOOD STORE

1\\( chance for the league. C. ,Cummins Johnson ;. 100 i
I and Bob Cook had a I Kelly 1: 100
l double each. :Clinic-. ". Ab R .H f i Whole or Shank Half I Chicken of the Sea I

Clinic- Ab R H Kuleski -h,- 210 I:
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1 v 1 C. Cummins 302B. Deen 210, HAMS TUNA
'Deen. 300 Whitaker. ,' :fr. 211 J : : lb.> 49'
. Whitaker.. 311 G. Cauley _*'; *, 222 ; Zgerge
.* I can
Todd '301 J. Burned't : 111Cook "
t t J. Buried 11 I ; ,'.'. .:
, ,: ww. 3. 1 ; :200' I I ,Center Slices :
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J. Cauley 211 J. Cauley -- 211, : -
\ Kendall B. Kendall -'' I :: .
322 FAB
f'\ ... 200 HAM STEAK 790
,t'f'B.: I" 201 Bertha: '.' 1 1. Q : :: : .' *

"I Bertha' M.."V 100 Copeland's ..- "': 'r i pkg. Z5e
1685 .
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'. 235 9 I FRANKS 12 oz. Pkg. 390 Hormel's
; Appliance- Ab R H WADS WORTH.WINS .
Jerry Burnsed:",..:'. 201 FOUR STRAIGHTThe Tender Grade "A" Beef SPAM
:McGriff : .::vf. ,..." 010 Lumber Co. scored 13 big '
Ward 201 Vuns in the first inning to seta <
CLUB STEAKS 79 490 )
Pinner '-:\U4-, 200 new high for' "'runs scored in can
McMillan Is 100 one inning. T. Durrance;=hit;his I
E Frailey ,',&r., 200 2nd, home run. Ronnie.Canakaris No 300 Van Camps
Center Cut Western'PORK
... Canakaris .'f' "." 200 hit his 2nd _also. The Appliance : PORK & BEANScans
J. Metts 100 boys lost their 7th < .
Westbrook /" ,.100 straight. The Appliance boys CHOPS ib. 69Chase $100 '
1 Barrows ..' 200 were short of players for 'the 8 for
: night. The final score, was 213.
1512 & Sanborn Crown
R H Standing Through June 12 I
'. MUSTARDquart
Clinic 0 3-1 1 0 5 9 W L P
Appliance .1. 0 0 0 0 1 2 Wadsworth 6 1 857 COFFEE Ib49 ..
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Clinic 4 3 570 ,1ge
GALE MERCER SHUTS OUT Firemen 4 3 570 ,

j FIREMEN ON TWO HITS Appliance'. r 07 000 Limit_ One With $5.00 Or More Food .Order .. 60 Count .SoflinNAPKINS.
Thursday night Gale Mercer -
Shortening
shutout the Flagler Beach Fire- BIG EIGHT' Ab H Per .
men on 2 hits and his' team Robbie' 13 8 615., i
went on to win 70. The LumberCo. Metts. = ; 10 6' 600 SNOWDRIFT 3 59 pkg. 100 t
also took over first place. Ward LI' .*'*d 17. ;9-' 529 c n
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season. Melvin Hull hit Cummins ,
a long 10 5 500 -
triple. I. Sheffield hit a double. C. Wall 11, 5 '454 Henderson's TEA BAGSpkg.
l Rabble, leading batter, had one M. Hull 16 7 430
r ,hit for the Firemen. R. Canakaris, 15 6 400 Ib 080
SUGAR 5
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D. Burned 110 PITCHERSW P ba CabotsCHARCOAL
RodgerS 1 1 0 Gale Mercer 6 1. 857
Hargett 2 0. 0 Joe Kelly 4 1 800 Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order

.J. Sheffield 3 0 1 Sammy Bertha 4 3 570 SnidersCATSUP
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Wall .. 300 Frank Grover 0 2 000 10 baggy
r Durrance 21,0 Preacher Pinner 0 2 000 btks# *
Hull 2 2 2 Cecil Westbrook 0, 3 000 2 29
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B. Cummins 1 2, 1 for 8 oz. Shurfine Staffed

Mercer : j ,'\ 3 0 0 LEADERS -' _
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'!1,.'' Home Runs, Canakaris 2; T. Quart CanWELCHADE
, ',. o. 1874Firemen Durrance 2; A. Spivey 2. II $100 45c \
, ;.' '.: Ab R H Triples, RobbIe. 2. Doubles, 3 jar
,L Wilson I.,4..< ..' 3 0 0 Ward 3, A. Spivey 3. I 46 oz. Hawaiian for "I I ,
Stryker' } 2 0 0 ,Hits, Ward 9; Robbie 8; Hull 7. PUNCH PAPER PLAT S
I A. Spivey _4 Y. 2 0 0 Runs, A. Spivey 12; J. Rodgers' .
; Rabble .' 2 0 1 11; J. Stryker, 10. :
46 Del MontePINEAPPLE CUPS'PLASTIC
oz. PAPER
IJttlefield to" .
2 0 0 I :.
1 Grover 200 LOOKING AROUND & GRAPEFRUIT 44."'
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Kelly 1 0 0 THE LEAGUE '

Peterson Johnson'.J: 100 With the third round_ ot play I JUICE .- 4 for $100 SPOONS & FORKS'
f 100j
:-.:. Started, the Watisworth. LumberCo. --.- -
i Seale' 201 -
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took over first place and is '
the team to beat.. The Clinic, FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE. ., ,t
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H second game tonight A win for Fresh .. -i

I Firemen Lumber 0520x74 0 0 0 0 0 0 2. the Lumber team will give them .PEAS 2 for 390 PLUMS'lb.29. __.Aj'
smooth sailing in the first half. 6 oz. Seald Sweet ORANGE :
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CLINIC TIES FOR 2nd PLACE A win for the Clinic will give Sunkist ,' ..
Monday night Flagler Clinic the Firemen and Clinic a' break. JUICE 6 for 990 :: .f

jumped Joe Kelly, leading pitcher The Appliance team just can't LEMONS dozen 390 .
to in the col. 10 oz. Booth's BREADED
of the league, and scored 7 seem get winning
runs in the first two innings umn. They have signed up a OYSTERS 49.e I
pitcher named Terry Ross who pkg.
and gave Joe Kelly the first defeat LargeCANTALOUPES
of'the season-and also tied looked good but needs better Winter Garden
the Firemen for 2nd place with support from the team. ,
4 wins each and 3 losses. The Lumber team looks very MEAT PIES 2 for 390 3 for 890
Bertha good and is going to be hardto
Big Sammy struck out
3 to make it 32 strikeouts for beat; as all the teams have
the season. Gene Cauley had 2 found out. The Firemen need a 1IrFLAGLER FOOD -STORE ,
hits for the Clinic. For the little more spark. The last two J

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Registered ireI Flagler Beach vs.. Harris

(Real Estate ; I Games Wadsworth Monday vs. June Flagler 19-Clinic '

BnnnelL Flagler Beach vs. Wadsworth PRICES GOOD-thrus.-FrtSat. June 15-16-17, 1961

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: Jfetle* Jrom One big "camion"'. (bus trade, were very colorful in native 1 to sell us,.doughnut-like bread,1 i I which caused' as much' fun for ,.

\ I for people and produce) turned dress. .1 I or r pottery .fragments, Silver I the Indian men asa county Fair :
over ,on its side as the roadbed jewelry, ,or llama-skin bedroom .would cause at home. When I I Il
Ur3.9randtejno1d4iConUnued gave way beneath the right rear We went up and into the' choIr slippers I saw some hand l took: his picture all decked out
wheels. Perhaps 20 or more people loft where we eeuM see the woven,:garments, but none to 1 I you could see, if not hear the
From Last Week) and ,all they were bringing hundreds of kneeling-; Indian compare with those. .ot_JGuate- cheering! !
i to market were dumped ,out. women (mainly with their hats mala. So; all 'we bought ,.was I I And so we caine' "home" to I \
1. Luckily it was on a flat place off and hair braided in 12 or wool for and siesta....
It had rained and the >roads bright poncho ( Daddy; ) lunch ,
I more long pigtails). That is the !..
was really
were rather muddy. At one cor- and only one boy -- :
hurt. How they got the big first place I ever saw women
ncr around skillful a driver steep could slope have onlya truck back up on its wheels; take off their hats as they went
very into mass. *The service conducted AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 r rAIR
made it. Ours was one of three back up on, the road again I robes I |
that went through. The other can only guess. Later on we by padres in,white was':
returned to Cuco. I saw it at the market. standard. Only the congrega- _
cars squealedof
gation (all Indians_ except for
( ), skidded horn CONDITIONING-HEATING FUEL OIL )
course we
as, Again at this place (chincheros -/ about 10 gringoes) was to be I, ,
one side to the other but he ) the church 'and market unusual. We have picturesof FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING 1 '
4 fo, very
knew wheel how whirl that steerIng plaza are built up on the foundation it too. (I hope). CO. I KING'S! TRUCK STOP
'"I. to. keep us in the and within the walls of 1
PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
.Of Inc.
I. ruts. Coming back the other palace,' not a fortress. Before and after the main Daytona .
Inca
folks walked around that cor- Supposedly an it was a favorite I service was market time. (on AIR .CONDITIONING-'HE J. L. IRWIN. Prop.Lubrication.TiresBatteries. .,!
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1 ner, climbing up the grassy .home of the Inca and his large each side of the stone walls GENERAL SHEET METAL .
slope, but we put our faith in I.1 of ,nobles and "chosen each Indian woman quickly
I our driver and he made' it family IWe're Proud of Our Work" I Fuel Oil Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
women." At any, rate the walls grabbed her spot perhaps :four 330 Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120
again. f make feet square sat on her haunches U.S. I N. Bunnell ID 7-3678
again' are something to ;
I II any 'modern architectural .engineer in the middle spread out what.I AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S \ ,
t': green with envy. I supposewe she had to' offer that day, -I GARDEN SHOP
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I PAL PARKER'S. INC. could copy it with ours. swung her baby. off her back
I ,: Automotive' Specialty Center onto her lap, and with the'baby Service Station 1 Gray's Garden. Center :
Naturally Daddy has picturesand peacefully enjoying its mid. I
I' DRAKE IIELINED ti.vos I Headquarter for Gardening NeedsI ;
t ))( PAnTS AND LAUOH pictures these-things I'm morning lunch, she proceeded to I II STANDARD' OIL PRODUCTS I I Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement '
telling Some of them surely bargain with who want- Materials '
r POnDCIIEVUOLKTPLYMOXTIIOTIIIHIM you. anyone 4
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Tires "Batteries Minor Repairs
':. ,. *104>5 will give you an idea of it all.!j i I ed to trade. Potatoes for peaches, II = I Annuals Shrubbery -.Fertilizers: .'
I 540 Mason Ave Daytona Either he or" I stood against the I I L carrots or onions for bananas or Bunnell ID. 7-7119 I J !ono LAWN MOWERS
walls "for size. Besides you oranges beans for spices or I ; rtpmoka
14J Avenue-Ph. OR 7051'i
can surely find pictures in booksin dyes, coca leaves (chew like..tobacco .S. Bid lle Gulf Service T c. ORMOND '. 4 \
) ORMO DPRESCRI I .,.
( TION libraries... eliminate all pain o.II } .
f r PHARMACY hunger thirts, fatigue, or anything I cASOILLUBRICATION'GIILP HARDWARE f
,Sick Room Supplles-Sundrles We were just too late to catcha of flesh)for .money..-.(10 I TIRES & BATTERIES I 1
: 'HOSPITAL picture of a wedding procession soles' equal 36 cents) is enoughfor I .. \ THAT FAMOUS PAINT
SUPPLIES iI
coming out, of the church 7 A.M. 10 p.1L .7
a, week; and think of the : Open Days
't 1 24-Hour Prescription Service with band, flowers confetti etc. saving of'food, from these.,leaves i State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7i7l90 Exclusively at '
Tree Delivery in Flagler Beach I As they rode' away in cars, they that the drug cocain is obtained. I I I
I I ; ORMOND' Rt: AlA, BEACH 1 ml.-Tel.North OR ot111IIII" 7-1661 were not ty:>ical. However, they They chew the leaves more! Colonial i Service Station .-1, FLAGLER S BEACHHARDWARE
.or. less continuously. It is not i
: I I as powerful as opium, but prob; EARL. E. RICE,. .ProprietorGASOILLUI3RICATION -

'T ably is the secret 'of the endless : -, I Flagler: Beach HE 9.2103 1 1I
Cp1GFUNEJ.JFJ MEH I human effort without pain. I :, MOTOR TUNE-UP
,; did not make a list of all ,I saw : GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES

I sold or traded, I. just watched u.s. m WAY 1 BUNNELL I Village HardwarCenter
them bargain:, again like a hive
A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director 1 I HOUSE PAINTS
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4. I i lof busy ants ("one more pot -
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: JOHN HARDIN. Associate to or one less peach"). ,ED'SPURE i Match and mix any color -
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.. OIL STATION -I'Bu1ld Supplies .Kitchenwore
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't. : AIR'CONDITIONED 'OXYGEN"- 'The. CUZCQ. in ,white
t. LADY women GIFTS GREETING CARDS
t ; EQUIPPED "panama ,type" hats, painted Specializing ,in Wash P Waxing '
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v* ATTENDANT I white traded with Chincheros Tires- Accessories Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 !
I ", CHAPEL AMBULANCES. '
t. and Urubanka'women: you can MINOR. REPAIRS, I -
tell cdmmunity by its. na. .
i ; U.S. .Uwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3158 JEWELER f
f. Phone ID 7-3532 .:< tive dress, especially hats.mel.Aswedidn't I
want or
any eggs BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO.
i 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ons or coca or dyes they trferf : BRENNAN Jewelers {

'I. __ _ _ _ _ -- --. 'Diamonds-Diamond Setting
.Fine Jewelry and Gifts.Ramilton ,
r BAR & COCKTAIL r t r .1
rl I '. ,: Bulova Benrus
LOUNGE Watchesi

; I DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY.i Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
,I ,. FROM 9SUNDAY.FROM Granifda
I,60 E. : --Ormond-OR 7-6056
6 P.M. I
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach i FURNITURE.


.. MILLAND BAR AND | Ormond Bedding and SI

,. __ 'COCKTAIL, LOUNGEEddie I Furniture Co.I .

I IJ &: Mary Shultz.' Props. I I Substantial BEDSSOFASFIJ1INITUUEI Discounts on All

> PACKAGE GOODS $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment

$ ., 9 a.m.-2 a.--Sun.. 1 p. m. 2 a.m.I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner !
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.t .:\: I .BETH'S BAR &SEASIDE GRILLFOR I MOTOR. '-COURTSTREETER'S

FINE 5 COURT
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":.... 4 Si': FOOD I AND BREAKFAST-LUNCHES COFFEE SHOP

;- 3.mi. !N. 'of Flagler on AlA COLD DRINKS-HOT COFFEE
Open 7 Ii.M.-11 P.M. OVERSIGHT KITCHENETTES

DAY WEEK-MONTH
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BUILDING SUPPLIES 4 HWY A1A-FLAGLER BEACH

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I 38 'w. Granada-Ormondj ,

'i GASHARRIS .. ____ORange 7-0761
f. BOTTLE GASBOTI'LE
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.. )\:.. '). .t .4. \1 ',*e '.. FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY EDGEMON ROOFING CO.

;,. : 't S HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY ,Manufacturers of

i : ;- f I itS such treat to beat the heat! t. PHONE ID, 7-3551 Cement TYPES Tile RoofingALL

_. Help Flagler County Grow OF ROOFING
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, t. air conditionelectrically NOW:! ., By. Shopping at Home Fast HWY.Dependable 1 N. ORMOND Service
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/ yt: CONCRETE PRODUCTS f 'S :ORange 75177. 7-1793


t. .. r ". ...; ,....Elan now for real summer onifo4 for your family. Enjoy .. .- :. Your "Q" For Concrete j,RESTAURANT

f .ttf L;' cnsp, cool, mountain-fresh weather made your home-no =l.... .. :...- : Dial CL, 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
,t', ; '." 'ancf ATTIC; and W.INDO'Vr .
r ', matter how hot and muggy sticky the air may be
1' .. i DAYTONA BEACH Lunches Dinners Sandwiches
." VENTILATING FANS ., [ .
l: outside.' In addition to providing cool cofoftEJectricir I
AREWONDERFUL AIDS'TO1 .t;
# .:t-.*..jrt J,: l f- ;..Conditionmg! : filters out irritating dust.and poll n, controls: COOL COMFORT 1" Quillian's Concrete, Inc. ; OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
1 ;, J makes 152 W Cranada-Ormond Beach
\.. q dio/.locksouts t. $ housekeeping easier. They! remove hot,stale air -
;. and helps prevent mildew caused by excess moisture. _draw in clean fresh air. {... CLEANERS l ..Open 6 M.-Il P.M. at
to 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond
11 .. For complete--comfort-summer and winter- :investigate t JI.t BUNNELL CLEANERS f'
yearoundElectrtcAir Conditioning. (
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ON
WE"GIVE TV STAMPS
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i .familcosth so little? Sunshine Service Electricity is now- 'N, *:-- 4 : rha.e ID 7-3183 Sandwiches and Shnkp
than Electric Air .. BREAKFAST ANY TIME
It-: : bigger bargain ever. Buy Conditioning -
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f\" ,. '. f I :: : 'your'electric appliance dealer'today. -, .., ,- STORES. 'A1A 1 Mile So th.of Pier

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,r_',. ,, '., '. '* : ., : .Moody's Pharmacy .
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r {- <) ih i y ijflaileit Lad . Flagler Count '. Cotner Drag Store f
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DRUGS- SUNDRIES ..GOODUSED XV, *lUTUBB
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ti'" Thursday June 15, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE I

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-"' GOLD STAB MOTHERS
:; HONORED BY V. F. W.
I V- THURSDAYThe
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V. F. W. Auxiliary entertained t:
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evening
4"t Thursday
t'I < LO C Z ing Gold Star Mothers. eparty' "
was given in the social .
__ hall of the'First Baptist Church.
The president, 'Mrs. Ernest
c Taylor, welcomed the Mothers & Mote!
Rice-Cockman and guests and read a poemin
To Exchange : l a tribute to Mother.Mrs. Nana
Hilsenbeck,, as soloist, sang
,. Vows June 24 l : "God Bless America" and "My
,' Of interest to their many ;. Task". She was accampanied Re-Opens Friday June 16
i-- friends is the marriage of Mrs. at the piano by Sammie Whit- '
Mrytle Cockman and Mr. John .. "0. aker.
C. Rice which will be solemn- i *
: introduced
Gold Star Mothers were
the John A. Clegg Home ; : I
ized in
I and were each presented 6:30 to 9:00
Open a. *. : n.
! in Bunnell on Saturday evening, r '.k' "j with a corsage. Those p.
,at eight
June twenty-fourth
Mrs. Kate Banks-
:present were:
o'clock. ': : j .ton, Mrs. Arden Kinney, Mrs. Closed All Day Every TuesdayWe
will be
perform- '
The ceremony '
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F : Ellen Lee, Mrs. Clara McCraney,
by Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., .,... '\;
;io\ .... Mrs. Louis Trad, and Mrs. Prin-
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i cella.McCabe.
Church.Mrs. Cockman, a native :of \/.. .... .':;; '' .[.., i I finger Coffee food, punch was, served and tempting from a Appreciate Your Patronage In-The
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St North Carolina, is a graduate of JV'l.i'1If I
beautifully appointed tea table.
Catawba College, Salisbury, N.C. : /- I Past And Look Forward To Serving
in the English I
She has taught
R Mr. and Mrs. T. K. :McKnighthave
department of Bunnell High as their house guest'their You In The Future.
sixteen ,
School for the past years daughter in law, Mrs. Charles
the close-of this .
but retiring at
McKnight and little son of Boston -
school year. ,Mass.
Mr. Rice, a native of Rochester, .
MillerVUWWWVVWVUWtfWVWVWAWVVWtf
,New York, has lived in Bunnella Guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'F. H:. Glenn & Ruth
He has servedas
number of years. Howell this week, are his sisters
member of the City Com
a Mrs. Della Altman of Belle-
mission,. and as Mayor of Bun MRS. JONES FETED
glade, and Mrs. Marsha Hall of
nell. He owned and operatedthe WEDNESDAY EVENING II Labelle, Florida. '
RiceHardware Company until WITH A STORK SHOWERMrs. .. .. ....., ..
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he retired seven years {ago. : ?
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Diamond
He is also active in various James Craig entertained I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIQHF ;
I had as their guests during the
with a stork shower Wednesday
Masonic bodies, including Morocco
4 at her home. Orange i past weekend their uncle and
evening
Ancient Arabic
Temple
aunt, Mr. and"Mrs. Harry Costopoulous -, .
Street, complimenting Mrs. J. F. AMBULANCE .
,Order of Nobles of the Mystic I
L- Shrine, Jacksonville, ,and was Jones of Ormond Beach. MrS. of Fort Pierce. : [ PHONE VAlley| 4-1625
f of the Jones is a, former resident of SER EIICE
the first president Flagler j j| 'Mis. Don Kane of Jacksonville
AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
Bunnell. ST.
Shrine Club which was I I
County
spent several days during the v
organized in 1954. Arrangements of yellow glads i weekend visiting with Garcia Ambulance. We
'I past Never, be hesitant about calling a
The couple will retain a homein were used in the living room I of her .
members; family.
Bunnell and a country homein and on the refreshment table.! are always at your service with promptness, safety and
Artesia on the Canal. Also featured on the table was (More on page 6} .xPeece
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a cake decorated in nursery de I\',
r Anna Weatherington, Tom signs. Mrs. Craig was assistedin Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Dawson, Bernice Barber, and serving her guests by Mrs. THE OUTBOARDER ,
Anna Belle Barber visited with William Den who presided at Authorized Evinrude Dealer Garcia Funeral Home
Ethel Lord in the Flagler Hospital the punch bowl and Mrs. Myrna
.1 Monday evening. They re- Knight who cut the cake. BOATS -ACCESSORIES REPAIRS P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director.LADY _
pprtetd Mrs. Lord's condition as Twelve Invited guests enjoyedthe Dockage, Storage -' Free Ramp, ASSISTANT

improving gery. following major sur, guest,evening and hostess.with the honored II I 1825,-'Ballouch WE FINANCE Rd-Daytona* .........", .J'..,..-.....:.........'.?."....."._,..a.a.w..,...a.............a..-a....? ...?.......W.

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SHOP HERE AND GET i PRANNAM'S FOOD .

THE MOST VALUABLE, 1 BRANIUAM S MARKET RECEIVES .
STAMPS IN TOWN
CERTIFICATE AWARD

SUPER SAVE ,
f' FROM BALLARD FLOUR _

'i STAMPS I R D& BETTER FOODS=FOR BETTER LIVINGAT CONTEST AS. FAVORITE

I I WHITE LOWER COSTS GROCER OF 1961. FOR

.. 50 FREE 'FOOTS 119 N.-BAY ST. PH. IDLEWOOD 7-3496 THE COURTEOUS

With $5.00 or more order
SERVICE
--- CONVENIENCE

Large IcebergLETTUCE -- PLUS LOW PRICES


;f\ 19* PORK LOIN SALE .E FROZEN FOODS R Refreshing Circus

Large JuicyLEMONSaoZ.39e, THOSE QUICK SUMMER MEALS ORANGE

4 Rib EndPORK DRINK 8 canIOO
Birdseye 10 oz. BLACKEYE
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New Crop YELLOW ROAST ,39*

ONIONS 3b.19c .,.4.' PEAS 25C: Mueller 8 oz.MACARONI. .

Loin End v '.-, .Leaf'or
Birdseye Chopped OR

t Miracle SALAD Whip Quart PORK OASTe:% 490 SPINACH'Z for 35e': SPAGHETTI2Pk25o .

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Chase & Sanborn 1 tb cans RIBS 'Y. m49e Philadelphia Plain 8 oz.
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.* CREAM Green:Giant 303 I
COFFEE 59C : .
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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE FLORIDA ',
BUNNELL. Thursday, June 15, 1961
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:'V ... ._'" ". REBECCA DURRANCE Mr- 'and Mrs. Dave- Cowan and 1, REQUEST FOR DID "

r k'r: HONORED WITH A I children of Orlando visited here'I CL.ASSIFI'E.D Sealed bids will be received in
: ; ( the office, of the City ,Clerk of the
, BIRTHDAYPARn. during the past weekend with City of Bunnell.
-
. Rebecca Durrance celebrated I relatives. |I Civic Center building on oribefore
I
: (Continued from page 5) her.. ninth birthday anniversarYwith 1 ) ADS : !1121)0 of July o'clock, A;D.noon 1961' on for the the 3rd follow-day

". ; at the home ''ngt : I
a party Friday MrS: left t
Mr. and James Craig
" Drill
wall
} one l\) gravel wellaccordanC'
:HART FAMILY *
of her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. during the past weekend, for a in & 'wIth the followIng i
ENJOY REUNION Listings under this Heading areS J .
Durrance in Haw specifications
Creek. :
f Tommy
;. visit in Jonesboro and Spark- cents per word each Insertion ,
,
'R tate a 26" hole at least 50 feet I'
AT IRVIN HOME
; Party favors and decorations man, Ark, for, a short visit with 75 cents Im minimum cbargc. I! or to the top' ,of the' 'water bear-

" The home ,of Mr. and Mrs. J. carrying out the birthday theme their i ing formation and set concentrically -
parents. i i J therein a 2Q" O. D. wrought steel
l L. Irving St Johns Park, was the were used and the,afternoon was I SAVINGS UP TO 25% I;casing and grout by pumping un- t

:. -meeting place on Sunday, June spent in,games as featured en- MIS. Louise Cauley of New Bargain Month continues thru t jder pressure cement to fill up the I

, :Jlth for a reunion of the Hart tertainment. Twenty-one of her York, spent the past weekend June '30th .; angular hole and space the 20"between casing.the open I

i Family. "The occasion was in friends and schoolmates enjoyedthe After the cement has been al-
Constance
here visiting with Mrs. New ''Baldwin Pianos & Organs I I lowed to set.'the hole to be drilled i
celebration of occasion with her. Rebecca'saunt
\ the twenty-fifth Wimberly. .. to the bottom of the water bear- I
.. wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert French, as- THOMPSON MUSIC CO. Ing formation. A 10" stainless
: sisted Mrs. Durrance the 134 Volusia,Ave. Beach j steel gravel screen approximately f
Mrs. J. S. Hart of Daytona Beach. during Daytona 140. in length to be connected to

:I'y Attending were the five.brothers afternoon.Mrs. RCA VICTOR CL 2.8215 a line of 10" black steel pipe and
(placed in the well so that thei I
r : and sister of the Hart family Knight LIVING COLOR TV Open weekdays$ 9.5 Sat. .to Noon screen will be set opposite the

with their families.. They wereJ. and Mrs "LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN I i water bearing formation so that i iI
: I 1M. B. Fuller, were luncheon THE WINDOW" FOR SALE-Evinrude 3% horse the fine sand may be pumped out
; ,5. Hart of Daytona Beach
; guests of Mrs. J. F. Jones in Southern Radio & Television I I and replaced by gravel in such a
"Harold L. Hart of Hastings Mrs. 'I kicker. Good condition $15. Call manner as to allow the water to !
; Ormond Beach Thursday. 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 flow freely through the gravel and
y ,H F. Gray of Flagler Beach; Mrs.A. ORMOND ID, 73347. 6-15-ltp I screen. '

W: Johnson of Hastings; and I ,Arthur Car I e and Wilbur ---.- I The well to be tested for capacity -
-- and drawn
down.
,FOR SALE-2 bedroorri bath ,
tile
l
I
' 'Mrs. J. L. Irvin of Bunnell. Also Sheffield left last week for Kansas The location of this well is to

present were Mr and Mrs. Clifford where they will be employed FREE PAINTOne and builtin kitchen equipment, be where we may direct on such ,
is
property as rightfully owned
i .' Minton of Jacksonville, a [ during, the summer vacation. extra gallon of your choice I 15 x 20 ft. brick'patio, Florida I I and recorded as belonging to the

. .cousin of the family. room, oil ducted heat. Separate I City of Bunnell sufficient space
;.c. I Custer Durrance and Bobby with each gallon you buy I being allowed for the Ingress and
" Dinner was s to,. 47 I t J entrance to fully modern 1 bedroom egress of your equipment and for
families Durrance of Arcadia are visiting Mary Carter Paint Store the advantageous operation of
'
members of the apt. over 2-car garage with I 1
II here with Mr. and Mrs. Omega same.
I
Durrance this week. i Also Nest.ate Shopphiff Center .j'laundry facilities on 100 x 150 ft. I ALSO:
Quote on (1) vertical turbine -
one
Mrs. J. W. Brown who has -
,
" I Int. Excellent water.- See owner.. pump complete with 5 hp. ,
r spent the past six months in I vertical hollowshaft electric motor t i
Ross 15th & Ave.
Daytona ,
'Talahassee with her daughterand TRIP SURANCE I 1-- 3/60/220/1800. discharge base with i
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ler Beach. 6-8-4tp 4" flanged opening. 30 ft, setting :
son in law, spending a Go Protected I }l lof 5" column and $4" stainless

f :lew days here at her home. She A new service' that we are' proud to offer at I FOR RENT-2 -bedroom-" house of steel 5" shaft suction, bowl pipe assembly.and installed 10 ft.in I

r' plans to return to Tallahassee well. Pump rated at 180 gpm &
remarkably low Whether back of Western Auto. Call
' rates. you plan to. 81. ft. t.d.h. State efficiency.
' for some time. [ID 73228. 6.8.2tc Bids on the well and must
be vacationing 3 days or 6 months See us pump I
I be submitted separately.Each .
; about your trip-surance. : bid shall be addressed to
Mr. ,and lfrs.Vallace Joiner HAIRY INDIGO the City Commissioners Bunnell.

t.-., and children of, Tampa are I H. T. COOK AGENCY 1--- cover crop and soil Florida. The City Commissionersreserve

:spending this weekend here Citizens Bank Building \ I builder. all bids the and right also to to reject accept any the and bid

with Mr. and :Mrs. that in its will be for
Walter judgment
'Visiting Bunnell Florida ID' 7-3361 1
'I Regular, per 100 lbs. ..._... $25.00 the" host interest of the City of
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.Knight... Early, per 100 Ibs. ..._...$26.00 Bunnell WITNESS Florida.my hand and official

Delivered to near by points.A. seal this 13th day of' June A. D. .
f 1961.
1\1. Prevatt, Phone 749.2115, (Seal) Levi L. Brannam. Sr. \
Seville Fla. June l-4tc Mayor City of Bunnel. Florida

BUCKET SEATS ALONE DO NOT' A MONZA MAKE -- Nancy ATTEST C.: Rodgers, City Clerk. I
LIVE AT FLAGLER BEACH June 15-22-'2tc t

THIS SUMMER IN TIIK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .

f Furnished 3-room aparts. and FL.AGLEH COUNTY, STATE OFKLOHIDA

Gee! Little did we know, efficiencies, $45 to $65 per Estate of .

'' when we introduced, the I month, plus utilities. for June, State E.of Andreas.Florida. DeceasedThe To All Persons I'I'Albert

Corvair Monza last year, July and August. HE 92122.. said Decedent Interested: in the Estate of

i ., Big May 25.4tc You are hereby notified that &.
;: : that we were starting: a written instrument purporting to

"" ; '. Thing. We just thought it IF YOU OWN A LOT-Anywhere said be the decedent Last Will has and been Testament admitted of to

'; .1'.k, would be pleasant if you. in ,Flagler County, 'call HE 9- probate in said Court.
,, You are hereby commanded within -
r ::, could buy a car'that treats : 2073 for information about having six calendar months from the
i, .. date of the first publication of this
2 3 bedroom home built
'." a or notice in said Court and
the driver, like you to appear
: you
with ,no down payment at only show cause if any you can, why
" f J want to be treated The the action of said Court in admit-
, $56 a., month which covers all ting said Wjll to probate shouldnot

. ; .\ bucket seats, of course, are costs. May '25.4tc stand unrevoked.Seal .
. ( ) T. K. McKNIGHT
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,
: > the most obvious evidence ::!; County Judge.

0: ., ,FOR RENT-Unfurnished large Flagler County. Florida
," of our desire to please you., First publication on June 15, 1961
.. 2-bedroom garage apartment. June 15-2S-29 & July 64tcIN
< But they're not the most Call HE 9.2318, or 'see Zeke I
TilE COunT OF TilE
:, important thing.. 'No sir. ,' Chaffee. 11-17-tf JUDGE FLAGLEIl COUNTY
I I FLOIUDA. IN Pit Oil ATE.
..- ? '' ...
\ What's really vital is the way IN re: Estate of
SEPTIC TANK
-cleaning ALBERT E. ANDREAS

t I' r I.. a Monza handles-some- able rates. George Jarosz reason.'j All Creditors Deceased.To and Persons.

i ; thing nobody in the U.S. has ID 7.3410 3-2 to S.24.tp'l Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
,; :'. yet copied. Or can'copy. Because You and each of you are hereby
t FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone I I notified and required to presentany .
j Corvair is the only bath claims and demands which
house, Daytona Ave., i
I -: you. or either of you, may have
:.:1 rear-engined car made in this Flagler Beach. Completely ren- against the estate of Albert E. Andreas -
deceased, late of said Coun-
.: I
, I. ii country, and you know what .. .: ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys ty to the County Judge of Flag-
F ler County. Florida at his officein
.9i + n4Y. that means: steering light as .- can be picked up at Sullivan'sGulf the court house of said Countyat
J' Station. Nov 10-tf ,Bunnell Florida, within eight
\
: ; ''c /' ; ;; thistledown. (Yo\i even park.l'.- calendar months from the time- of
.. the first publication of this notice.
this one more easily,it steers: .. I FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and Each claim or demand shall be in .

fi :. so briskly.) Beautifully balanced 2 bedroom apartments .completely I writing residence and and shall post state office the addressof placeof
J
the stays furnished, utilities included. the claimant. and.shall be swornto
; : braking car
by the claimant agent, attorney
:. level even under panic brak Sensible rate day, week, mont l, and any such claim or demand not.
< f.. ,'- so filed shall be void.
'
Motel
Sea
or
permanent. Sun
BLANCHE A. ANDREAS .
z which you'llnever
hope
we
ing, formerly Flagler Manor).- An Executrix ,of the Last Will
r : have to, do. Traction and Testament of Albert E. Andreas -
;,-j. I ; .' ,9-15- deceased.

i and more traction, so you : First publication June 15, 1961.
HJOHNSTON'S. June 15- 2.29 & July 6-- tc .
, \ don't become a stick-in-the-:
\ : t IN THE CIRCI;IT COURT !SEVENTH -

: \\% mud. The kind of corneringthat's {." JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR
r sheer joy to experi IDA. IN CIIANCERYl 4268
l':' i LOTS,. HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, GEORGE A. HA WI{. .

r' ;j.1.. \, \ '' .\ ence. You get more: a- ; .,WATER FRONT, FARMS, VB. Plain t 1ft;
S >
i ; \;\ : fully independent suspension ACREAGESee DORIS C. HA'VK.Defendant.. f
'
,t' that blots out road us for your real estate needs NOTICE TO DEFEND *
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Office HE 9.2242
shocks before they can ruffle Phone OF FLORIDA:
,, f ID C. HAWK whose
Residence Phones 7.3691 TO DORIS
you. Clean,. crisp styling. residence and adddress are
,. or ID 7.3517 unknown
:1 k; Thoroughgoing economy, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
divorce ha' been
suit for
a
---- -
l act, from purchase price to opI IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OF brought against you In the Circuit
" : 'You're FLAGLER COUNTY FLoRIDA.IN Court of Flagler County. Florida.
::: erating cost. not- CHANCERY NO. 4233 In Chancery, by GEORGE A.
,
I .,. going to be satisfied, with FREDERICK FRANCIS 1OYLEplaintiff are HAWK hereby styled required as above to file, and person-you

ally or by attorney. with the Clerkof
a bucket seats alone, are you? MILDRED SIMMONS" MOTLE said Court at Bunnell. Florida
Defendant your answer or written defenses.
k- NOTICE: .To DEFEND if any to the Complaint In' said
\'. \'. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: suit on or before July 24. 1951
S f, Mildred Simmohs Moyle and to serve a copy thereof upon
Residence Unknown RICHARD K. CONNER,, Attorney
ii. CORVAIR You are hereby notified that a for Plaintiff. whose address Is
suit has been filed against you in P. O. Box 1566 New Smyrna Beach.
the above entitled cause; and you Florida. <
are hereby: required to file your answer THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE: la _.
with the Clerk of this Court. hereby designated as the news
v BY CHEVROLET and to serve a copy thereof upon paper in whleh this Order shall be
: .7 the plaintiff or olaintiffa attorney published once a week fdr four (4)
whose name and address is: consecutive weeks. ,
Joseph' Hlrschman407H HEREIN FAIL NOT OR JUDGMENT -
Main Street _.:WILL BE ENTERED AGAINST .
1 Daytona Beach. Floridanot YOU BY DEFAULT.
t later than June 27th A.D. 1961. WITNESS my hnnd and the seal
t >:. 2bnve.the 'Gorvair Monza at your local authorized Chevrolet dealerts -, If you fall to- do so, decree pro of said Court at Bunnell. Flagler
entered against r..ounty. Florida this 13th of
confejsso will be day
-: .:;: ; YOU for the relief demanded in the June. A. D. 1961.
:. :. .. ., -' ;Jit bill 'of complaint. The nature .of (Seal) E. A. SMYTHB
sal* suit being for divorce. Clerk of Circuit Court
\' \I- WITNESS my hand and seal of Flagler CountyFlorida
: ; HAIi-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMP AN1t't :' : i said Court this 23rd day of May Richard E. Conner

: : .. ._, .: ., AD. .U61. Attorney at Law
(OtBcta1 Seal) E. SMTTIm P. ,O, Box 1566<<
TELEPHONE" ID 7-313J BUNNELL FLORIDA 'f l 'Clerk of eatd Circuit Court NewSmyrna Bea h. Florida T
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