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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
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April 13, 1961
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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).

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Parker Heads P.-T. A. Executive Flagler BeachCommissioners I Funeral Held, 0 I Future Farmers .

Flagler Beach Committee To [Monday For Annual

Business Men Meet Tuesday Fred Ireland .

I The Executive Commitee of Now OrganizedR. I Funeral services for Fred L. !
the Bunnell Parent-Teacher As-
busi I Ireland of Orlando were held i
An enthusiastic group of
sociation will meet at 7:30 on from the Fairchild Funeral I
ness men unanimously elected April 18. The meeting will be R. Mosby was elected chair- Chapel there Monday afternoon: The Annual Future Farmers s
Pal Parker president of the
held in the office of Principal man of the Town Commissionof I at 1:30. Rev. Barbour H. Flew- I Father-Son Banquet was held F

Flagler Beach Business Men'sClub Craig in the school building. Flagler Beach,at a reorgari- ellyn officiated. Interment fol' Friday evening at the Bunnell

Tuesday evening at the This meeting will be for mak- zational meeting Thursday eve I lowed at Highlands'Memory Gar High School. Chapter President ,j

recreation'center. ing final plans for the AssocIa- I ning. Tom Duncan, who was reelected dens there. David Lewis presided at the j

Chosen to serve with him tion meeting on April 27 whichis I in the March election, Mr. Ireland passed away in an I : meeting and introduced the
were: George Moody, Sr., vice
the last meeting of the was named vice chairman. Orlando hospital Friday after guest speaker, Luther Beau-
president; and J. W. Green'secretary school year. George Wickline, who was noon after a long illness.He champ of Chipley who is vice

and treasurer. Elected on The president, Mrs. Becky elected Mayor in the March was born in Attica Indi president of the State Future

the board of directors were John I Clegg, said plaIts are in the election,' took office at the same ana, and had resided in Orlando Farmers of America.
Botterbusch, of Johnny's Body
making for a panel discussionon time. since 1933, going there from The welcome was given by
Shop; E. J. Chaffee, contractor- School-Parent Relations. She New members of the commission Baxley, Ga. He and Mrs. Ire- Quentin Emery and the responsewas

builder; Robert Danner, contnactorbuilder -'. also said if anyone has any- are Harry Treadwell and land resided in Flaglre Beach by Harold Emery. Chapter

; Charles Sindelar, I thing to be presented ,at the executive Leonard Moody. Holdovers cn for some time before going to I accomplishments were given by
" motel owner-operator; Mike Sullivan meeting please call her. I the commission are Charles Orlando. He was a retired painter Rudy Stula.
Gulf Service Station; E. Bondy and Chairman Mosby. Star
II and contractor and was a Chapter Farmer Awardwas
H, Threadgill, engineer; and
Rudolph Peterson was re-em member of the Methodist won by David Lewis, and
Robert Henderson, TV Bob Tele- Beach Elementary I
These ployed as town clerk. :Mr. Peterson Church. He was 78 years of age. the Green Hand Award was
vision Service.
seven -
were elected by secret School News I has served as clerk for the He is survived by his wife,..1 given to Jack Westbrook. The
,past five years: I Mrs. Ruth Deen Ireland of 'Orlando Mechanic Award went to Cecil
ballot from 14 nominee. by the AROUND THE WORLD i j Sam Malphurs of Ormond met ; a brother, Lloyd Ireland I Westbrook.
27 members
present."It I JIN THIRTY MINUTESThe I.with the commission in regard I lof Lafayette, Indiana. Also surviving I Alfred Tucker was presentedthe
is not for each
possible j I i i to the "Miss Florida East CoastContest" I are several neices and Chapter Honorary Farmer
person to become an elected of. siAui 'grade""presented a j I to be held in connecI nephews. I degree for the year. Jimmy Wardis
fleer," Mr. Parker said, "how- play entitled "Around the tion with
I the T Fourth of July the advisor for the local
ever we have much more very World in 30 Minutes" Thursday Celebration. I chapter. .

capable officer material gathered afternoon for the student body. l f FALLOUT SHELTER During the evening the Chap
. here who are leaders in your The play was based on various
DESIGN WORKSHOP I ter Sweetheart, Susan Jane Deen,
t own fields. You all shall be appointed -
countries that the students had
presented several
to committees and workgroups been studying about, and was' Deadline For' As one of eight' univesities in numbers. dance specialty

to 'help Flagler Beach directed by W. E. Fennell, Jr., I the nation, the University of
grow and help each other." principal. Florida will host a workshop in

The organization now boasts Income Report design and construction of fall- CIGARETTE TAX,
F 44 I All of the students are to be
new paidup members. The out shelters for architects and FLAGLER
; new president expressed appre-1 I complimented on the fine acting I engineers April 2122. I ITO COUNTY

. elation for,the confidence placedin job they did, it was declared, especially Monday April 17Thedeadline'forSling The Office of Civil'Defense Mobilization : state beverage depart.i .

him. Because of fthe, many the interesting accentsof ,;: made a grant to the i i ment reports that the following

of" new me *-\ ho, 'fiave* opened': 'English: ;-S: ales Morrison;. university underwrite the" amount of 'money from, receiptsof

.. businesses in the Beach Area,j Japanese by Janice Seale; I Federal workshop.f. -' the five cents a package tax
he urged each to take time to French by Dale Abbott, Arthur I income tax returns for 1960 is on cigarettes has been dittribI
Monday, April 17, 1961, LaurieW.
get acquainted after the meeting McDaniel, Holly'arid Christy uted to the municipalities of
Golien German by Arthur Arthur I Tomlinson, district directorof Flagler
closed. ; I county:
The officers and directors will McDaniel, Glenn Miller, internal revenue for Florida, I Bridges Speaker Beverly Beach $82.02;. Bunnell,
meet tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 Dennis Clay, Butch Wilson and taxpayers today. He $1,326.76; Flagler Beach, $554.77;
to begin work on the year's Calvin Brock; and Italian by explained that Monday, April 0I and Marineland, $75.30.

budget .and set up committeesfor Charles :Morrison.The 17, is the due date this year At Rotary Club The distribution is from taxes
because April 15 falls on Saturday -
the many projects that are I collected in February.Registration .-
play also included a .
ready to begin immediately.This Mexican Hat Dance by Christy I I Francis R. Bridges, Jr., chairman -
I Taxpayers desiring assistance
will be at Parker's real estate -
of the Florida Probation
Golien, Johnnie Ruth Miller,
I in the preparation of their return -I
office at :Morningside Drive ; For
and Parol Commission was
Bonnie Miller (and Polly! Lowe;
are encouraged to tele-
on AlA Highway. a tune played on a log-cave. I speaker at the Bunnell Rotary
phone CLinton 2-4319 or visit I
{I : The
man style-by Gary Watson "Room Wingate Building in i Club meeting last .Thursday, i Kindergarten

during an African Savage Dance, Daytona Beach. I,I John Cannon, program chairman, (r' Registration for the Kindergarten -
Weekend Revival and several songs and dances. said today.Mr. will be held in
Special assistance will'be I I the kinder-
Bridges is a former news-
Announced By A thought to remember, given available on April 13, 14 and 17 paper man from Polk County I garten building at the Bunnell
School on April 21 from 2 to 3
by Mistress of Ceremonies Holly for those taxpayers needing and has served for
many yearson I
Rev. Golien, was that children, regardless -i help to complete their return. the Probation and Parole 'in the afternoon.Mrs. .
. of their nationalities, : Timely filing is necessary if Commission. He has served I I Joy Steflik and Mrs.

A \ Revival at the Pen- much alike evefYYhere.Vith 'penalty and interest are to be with the National Council on Frances Wadsworth, kindergarten -

ticostal Holiness Church which this thought, the students sang, avoided, :Mr. Tomlinson said. Delinquency and Crime, Parole t J teachers, will register the

meets in the Lehigh Union Hall, "Jesus Loves the Little Chil- Council, and is president of the children and give instruction
has been announced by the pas dren." concerning the fall opening. All
Suwannee River Area Council of
Malphurs Explains
I I parents are asked to
tor, Rev. John Ringold.The the Boy Scouts of .America. He bring a
Other students who were cast birth certificate for the child
revival will be conductedby is a member, Vestry, Holy Com-
Plans For 4
dancers and back- July
as singers, registering.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Blank- forter Episcopal Church in Tal-
stage helpers were: Ray Gor-' Children who are eligible to
enship of Orlando. The services
lahassee. He is also past Dis-
don, Linda Youmans and James Beauty Contest"Plans register are those who will be
will be held at 7:30 each eve trict Governor of the Rotary International.
ning, Friday through Sunday, Bross. I' *are in the making for five years old on or before December -

and the public is invited to at LUCKY LUNCH 'the Third Annual Miss Florida Mr. Cannon said the club will 31, 1961.Conservation.

';, tend. There will be special I The school recently started East Coast Contest to be held have as their guests at their

. singing each evening.'- Rev. Lin- I a lucky lunch contest within it's in connection with the Annual luncheon meeting today Brice Talks -

.' gold stated. school lunch program. Fourth of July Celebration at Hosford and Mike McMillan, first

Each day one plate is marked Flagler Beach," -Sam Malphurssaid and second place winners of the Won By Hosford

Junior College's on the bottom, and the child today. Soil Conservation Speaking Con-

having the "Lucky Lunch" winsa Mr. Malphurs said the celebration -I test. This is the first in a two- And McMillan

Summer Classes free lunch the next day. To plans this year are be- meeting series on conservation ,I
, qualify, the students must eat ing made to include the week- planned for the local Rotary Brice Hosford and Mike Mc-

: June 19 everything on their plate and end through the Fourth of July Club. I Millan were the first and second
: Begins not look underneath until theyare Holiday. The annual fireworks !I place winners of the Soil Con

Daytona Beach Junior College finished. display by the town on Tuesday servation Speaking Contest held
; 'division summer schedule of Since the older and younger evening will climax the cele A. A.'s Invite Friday at Vie Bunnell school.

s classes is now ready for distribution children eat separately, there is bration. : All contestants spoke on "ConI

s according to Dean R. W.. a "Lucky Lunch" given in each Malphurs also said the MissFlorida Public To I serving Natural Resources in My
Whetstone. of the two groups. It is believed East Coast Contest will Soil Conservation District." The

g. Thirty-seven college credit Mr. Fennell said, that'this is the be held in the evening this vear, Open House \ '''I'contest was sponsored by the

classes are planned. Classes will contributing factor that the par and members of the committee : local Soil Conservation Office as

begin June 19, the dean stated. ticipation has increased about are in hopes of holding a Coronation The Alcoholics Anonymouswill a part of the state-wide speaking -

>' Registration is slated for Collins 10 per cent. not to mention all Ball which will be a new l. hold open house at 8:30 I contest program. '

': Hall on June 15 and 16. All the clean plates. The "Lucky feature of the program. I Saturday evening in the recre- Young Hosford is the son of

'. summer classes, day and eve- Lunch" contest is fast becoming Mr. Malphurs added: he is ation rooms'of the First Baptist I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hosford of

ning, will meet in the new I the highlight of each school day. meeting with a lot of enthusiasm Church, of Bunnell. A spokesmanfor Haw Creek and :McMillan is the
conditioned science building.air-I I "Shower of Vitamins" is the this year for the celebration the. organization said the !,son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mc

.Schedules may be picked up i theme for April and it will stress and the committee hopesto public is invited to attend.He Millan also fo Haw Creek. Both

at Collins Hall or will be mailed I i vitamins. A and C of which the I have many added attractionsto also stated there will be [young men are students at Bun-

il upon request., J I state shows an overal deficiency. the celebration. two speakers for the meeting. i I nell High School.
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PAGE TWO> THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE> BUNNELL- -. .FLORIDA- -" :..-. x Thursday, ..Aprir'13--: ,. ..'.-1061
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f BIG STAR BETELGEUSEThe J I structor, for her efforts in 'having

star Betelgeuse is so huge JI CONSERVATION: NEWS five splendid speakers.In

the sun could be placed in its I fact, the contest was so close '

center and there would be room By Tilman W. RobinsonThe that out of a possible 300Q j

within the circumference for points, only 170 points separated E
Earth and Mars to ,revolve inside Flagler Soil Conservation the winner from last place and :

,the star in their present or- I District Speaking Contest was only five points separated the- .
bits. .held in the Bunnell school audi- first three contestants.
torium Friday at 2 P.M. with
By Leslie Pache: I
Supervisor Raymon Tucker of-

: BIG LEAGUERERS |I Office Team- ficiating.The Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune-

CLASSIF.IED! GIVE ADVICE TO 52.50 A Year In Advance f
Players 1 2 3 TU winner of the contest was -
LITTLE.. LEAGUERS j jI !McCain 192 137 170 501. Bryce Hosford with $25 prize

ADS had the opportunity .Saturday MacMichael 123 178 .162 463 money. A $10 award went to iEll' IFlaglrr (UrttmnrBUJTWELL. I II

. afternoon to talk to a few I Haigh 105 139 137 381 Mike McMillan for second place. I

Listing under this heading are 'J of the Baltimore Oriole players. I II I Geiling 158 161 159 478 The subject of the speech was FLORIDA

_ 3 cent per word each Insertion," I I spoke with ChaCha Estrada, .I Burks 181 139 146 466 "Conserving Natural Resourcesin I
- 75 cents la minimum charge.
I Charles Brandt, Jim Gentile Handicap 230 230 230 690 My Soil Conservation Dis MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor
AVAILABLE AT ONCE Rawleigh Papa Gus Trinados. I asked eachof trict. Other participants in the (

business in Flagler Co. Good op- them what they thought the I' W 4 L 0 989 986 1004 2979 contest were Sandra Gumble, Designated Omelal Publication

portunity. Experience helpfulbut future training of ball players Mary Susan Brannam, and for Public Notice! of Flagler j
not necessary. See C. D. GallR. would be like. They all believe Foremen team- Jamesene Dawson. County, Municipalities therein

2, Box223, Palatka or write at that the big leagues will get Players 1- 2 3 Ttl The entire board of supervisors and the State of Florida (

once. Rawleigh's Dept. FAD360102 I their players out of the little Green, Abs 119 119 119 357 of the Flagler Soil Conservation .

Memphis, Tenn. leaguers. And, as they advance Lovell 124 107 152 383 i I District wishes to take this Entered. second el... matter

April 13 & 27 & May 4-3tp into Babe Ruth Leagues and West, Abs141 141 141 423 opportunity to thank school of- February 8,1113,at the postofflee I

FOR SALE-1960' model cush- play high school ball and fur- R. Schatz 163 135 173 471 ficials and each contestant for at Bunnell, Florida, under act .!

man Motor Scooter with about ther into collge ball. Mercer 162 147 164 473,their cooperation in the speak- March 3, 1870.

50 hours, like new. Cash price All of the players however,i I Handicap 135 135 135 405.':,ing contest. The board would One year-.. .12.60

$295.00. Otis Hunter, Espanola. put emphasis on "you have to particularly like to commend _. ..
4.13.2tp practice, and practice, and more W 0; L 4 844 784 884 2512 i Mrs. Millie McCoy, speech in- SIx: inonthsi. -ILJi ji

I believe most of the
practice -- -
FOR SALE-4 unit apartment -
baseball fans who at the i
house. Main St. Flagler Beach, were
1% blocks from ocean. Priced to game in Daytona Beach could

sell. C. Leslie Ginn, 421 Lemon' see this was true.I I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I

St., Palatka, EA 53534. am picking the Orioles to .

April 13 Stp finish in first place ahead of -. '- .
the Yankees. There is I i
FOR SALE-Ford Tractor with one consolation

front end loader. Excellent con- this year-If the Ath- McDANIEL'SService WICKLINE II
letics finish in eighth place,
dition. 1954 Dodge Dump Truck,
they will not wind up in the Station Building ?
excellent condition. Can be seen
at McKenzie's Trailer Park, U.S. cellar. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CEMENT CEMENT

1, Bunnell or call ID 73720. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs STEEL

April 613.2tp Down The Alleys Flagler Beach HE J ;
Bunnell ID 7-7119
Owners. U. S. Gov- With the Lehigh Men's League CLEANERS
The Truck Shop picked up three I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOIILUBRICATION
Bennett ,
ernment having acquired i
Hotel property, all,'furnish- : games on the second place BUNNELL I
Quarry team to stay 10 gamesin GULF TIRES & BATTERIES
ings are to be sold by piece or 1
roomful including 80 rooms of I first place. Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days EVERY CLEANING ,

extra nice furniture & all lobby Pete Dzioba wasUop man for State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE
and office furnishings. Phone ODoPat17 is to 6 r
the night with 203.202 and a Phone
VA 9.992J, St. Augustine, Flor- Colonial Service StationEARL ID 7-3188
three game set of 568. V. Smith, 115 N. Bay St. I
ida. 4.6.2tc teammate of Pete, had a highof E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION

WANTED-local resident with 201. For the Maintenanceteam
Leo Kittrell had a three MOTOR ,TUNE-UP
car to sell new and used water
game high-of 536. Melvin Hull GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.
-conditioners. Part time to full Your "Q" For
time commission basis. WriteM. had 519. The Office team won HIWAY 1 BUNNELLSullivan's !

A. Relyea, Rt. 1, Box 1631, four from the Foremen. D. Mc Dial CL 3-8113 '

Port Orange, Florida. I Cain had a three game high of Gulf Service DAYTONA
501 and also a high'game of I
March 30 & April 6-13-3tp
192. Tropical Transport took GULF Quillian's Concrete,

bedroom home, 2 bath, Florida Quarry boys.Maintenance. Beach Information
room, 2 car garage and "Specializing in Service and DRUG STORES
work-j I Team- Clean Rest Rooms"In
; shop, two years old on The Heart of Flagler Beach ,
1 2 3 Ttl
; waterfront lot in Venice Park for I I I Players Anderson Drug
'. smaller home. See Emil Kittrell 170 179 187 53d
, Huber, REPAIRS -- Prescriptions
Kendall 137 164 144 445
builder, Flagler Beach. Sick ,Room
3.30-Tt Nipper 122 136 143 401 EDGAR'S GARAGE Sundries
Macewicz 166 168 154 488 24-Hour Towing Service
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- Hull 182 172 165 519 BUNNELL
; able rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID Handicap 198 198 198 594
Automatic Transmission Service
7-3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp Wheel Balanclng-Front Alignment End Moody's 7.367&I
Won 1; L 3 975 1017 991 2983
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house I 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-0803 Flagler County's Corner
Truck Shop Team-
partly furnished. Two bedrooms PRESCRIPTIONS
Players 1 2- 3 Ttl
\ CCB, large lot, located, on Palmetto i Dzioba 203 202 163 568 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRUGS-SUNDRIES
Ave. in Venice Park. Price
\ Robbie 182 184 137 503 FOUNTAIN SERVICE
;, $8,500.00. Call Ed :Mathews .
'\. Gainesville FR 69064. Fielder 158 147 133 438 SERVICE BunnelL Flo. Phone; ID I
Smith 201 178 134 513
Dec. 1 Tf. Repairing RebuildingCentral
Oetinger 150 190 157 497 I ORMOND
Florida' first specialist In 1
r FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroom Handicap 205 205 205 575 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS! PHARMACYSick

:. one bath house, Daytona Ave., 1239 Ridgewood OR 7-1381 Holly Hill. I Room ,Supplies-

:. Flagler Beach. Completely ren- W 3; L 1 1059 1106 929 3094 24-Hour Prescription .

; ovated. $65.00 per' month. Keys Quarry team- BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler
f can be picked up at Sullivan's Players 1 2 3 Ttl Rt. AlA 1 mi. North
, Gulf Station.. Nov 10-tf Osteen 171 164 156 491 ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR

Davis abs, 145 145 145 435
', FOR RENT .on the ocean 1 and Vaughn 4 111 146 130 367 BAR & COCKTAIL Your Health Is '

: 2 bedroom apartments ,completely Buccini 160 146 '150 456 LOUNGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS

!- furnished, ,utilities included. Goodwin 167 128 143 438 Open Under New Management

: Sensible rate day, week, month, Handicap 190 190, 190 570! .
Come In and Get Acquainted In Our Hands
t or permanent. Sun Sea Motel Ormond Drugs A .... I
t formerly Flagler Manor).- W .1;.; L 3 944 899 912 2757 Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach 141 W. Granada-Ormond

r; 9-15-tf Tropical Team- -
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large
,. 2-bedroom garage' apartment. Lemacks 112 135 144 391 HOTEL BAR Walgren Agency
Johnston 173 116 158 447
Call HE 9.2318,. or see Zeke "The Meeting Placeof
Schilkofski 176 124 133 433
t Chaffee. 11.17tfJOHNSTON'iY Flagler' County"Jim
I v Rockett 148 187 131 466 Sick Room Supplies -
10 w. 'Granada: Ave. Ormond
and Yvonne ServingBO"n'LE
McNitt, abS 143 143 143 429 OR 7-523O
Handicap 204 204 204 612

W 3 h 1 956
; 909 913 2778
I t. "' See us for your real estate needs One extra gallon of your choice HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Delivery in the County

."., .'... Office Phone HE 9.2242 with each ,gallov you buy PHONE ID 7-3551 Fuel Oil, Kerosene,
!. : Residence Phones ID' 7-3691 Gasoline
Mary Carter Paint Store Help Flagler County Grow
:. or ID 7-3517 By Shopping crt Home u.S. 1 N. :Bunnell ID ,
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t Maya Treasure Is i'maidens also were sacrificed. ;i,from the Fart East. |jor ceremonial center around have been preserved and re

( j A. D. 800 when -several temples'were stored.
Early this century the well I I.Incense Retains Odor
Salvaged From 'was dredged, but relatively The Mayas threw masses of built. I I
crude missed many of the arti I their sacred copay incense, made From the 11th'to the 13th centuries TANGIBLE 1'. Il ONAL PIIOPEHTY

Well in Yucatan i facts. Using modern diving :from tree resin, into the cenote. Chichen Itza was the TAXESAs
provided in Chapter 20723. Acts
I equipment and a large air lift, i I'i At a recent meeting of the Na! most important city in the Yu- of 1941. Notice is hereby given that

Divers from Mexico and the I II or hydraulic dredge, the current I tional Geographic: Society's Com catan. Magnificent structures the taxes tangible assessed personal for 1960 are property now -
has wealth of mittee for Research and for delinquent and beginning with
United States are retrieving submerged project brought a Exploration I were erected. Then, uncertain
April 1st such taxes are drawing
!. treasure from the depths I material to the surface. i some ,of the copal was I reasons, it declined. All buta interest of 1% per month plus the

of a cenote in Chichen Itza, the I Among the most significant burned. Even after centuries handful of residents left. proportionate this notice unless cost the of amounts publishing set
In Mexico's under water it emitted a pungent Chichen Itza remained a shrine oposite each name below aro paid
old Maya city sun- I finds are six square inches of before the first day of May warrants -
beaten Yucatan. thumbnail-size i _incense odor. for many years, however, and will be issued thereon direct
''cloth. Three bits : The well is about 180 feet in Indians walked great distances ing levy upon and the seizure' of
: I the of
I tangible personal property
examined at 'Washington'sTextile
The sacred cenote or Well of were I diameter. Depth of the water to throw offerings into the sac the taxpayer for unpaid taxes penalties -
'I Museum, where "special and additional costs. The
Sacrifice has yielded hundreds : !varies seasonally, reaching a red well. The city was virtually(I,names of the delinquent personal
" of jade, gold, and copper ornaments ists determined they are composed maximum of 35 feet. The water unknown to outsiders for '300 property, taxpayers and the amountof
I of cotton and bast fibers. taxes including the cost of ad-
charred-looked fragmentsof level is about 70 feet below the years after the Spanish Conquest vertising and the. first month's

I supremely rare Maya fabrics, Decomposition during long im- rim of the cenote. Over a period of years, AlA penalty Bar-B-Que are as follows_.__.-...._:........S 3.60
and a few human bones. mersion has given them a char' The spectacular ruins of. Chi the Mexican Government has AlA Shell Shop ......._...._ 2.39
red William Buteaux .....__.._ 5.99
\ appearance.The chen Itza cover 12 square miles extensively explored Chichen W. G. Blanset _.__, 3.60
Exploration of the huge natural H. S. Cobb ._.._. 41.81
well is under the directionof air lift has brought up i II ofthorny plain 75 miles south- I Itza in cooperation with the Cobb Agriculture.m. Supply _.__ 6.27
Dalton H. Cobb ._...__..._ 3.14Corbitt's
gold'and bells I,east of Merida, the capital of .Carnegie Institution of Wash
al' Mexico's National Institute of many copper Sunoco Service Sta-
Anthropology and History in I I used as jewelry, finger rings in I Yucatan.. The city became a ma- I ington. Many major buildings Dutch tion Girl..........Drive-In1.........__..._Restau-_:......_ 3.14

collaboration with the National I I graceful filigree, elaborately 1- --- --- -- rant .................._.....__.._._.._.... 7.18Dunson's

Geographic Society and the Exploration -II I I carved jade pendants, and many THE HANDY FAMILY BY LLOYD BIRMINGHAMTHE V. Davis Restaurant..........__.___.._-.._-.-. 8.38S. 3.60
Harold Emery ___ 64.81
beads Dr. Grosvenor said.
jade "' '
and Aquatic Sports I I HEATING ELEMENT A ICU BET I HERE'S HOW DAD MADE THE W. J. Eberhardinger _.___ 5.99
R. 0. Nuzum 3.60
The explorers also found small Claude Pellicer ......___.. 16.73C.
I Melville Bell Grosvenor, president I BROKEN,MAI:a.D.- I < rtL HAVE tTR _*".. }<'. Rider ....__.......-___ 5.23
t [!wooden idols with square heads \ .K SLOT THREE (C Sam's Bargain House ____... 8.36
I and editor of the Society, I :: 'TO, 'Y THROUGH I S. Sheffield. Jr. ___..!_ 386.78L.
and simple gouges to suggest : : QIUCTERS f-frJ *
i has announced. I :::: SHINGlE NAIL. / / J. Shaw ....__.___.____ 3.14
r I I facial features. Divers gropingin CUT OFF SECTION I I John F. Gresham ..._._.._ 31.06
J. T. Gresham _.._...___...__ 20.91C.
A Young Men Sacrificed mud and silt 10 to 30 feet I t/ I* I* Ginn ......_....__.__.._... 3.14 .
deep have recovered intact o \ ICLEAN Arch Giddens .........___..._.__ 14.63
I T. D. Hoskins ._..........__.._.. 1.20
\ The :Mayas believed that their eral ceramic animals.A sev-I Charley King ?.,.....__..__.._ 4.18 .
1\\l; rain god lived in the cenote. 0 Herschel C. King .......__... 23.00
George R. Kendall ...___._._. 24.27
1 Haunted by superstition, they sample of small ,, I l L*. Klemons ........ ....___..?,.. 12.54
often threw prized possessions rubber retrieved from the cenote I Marine Service Station .__.... 12.04S.
i J. Tilton Land & Cattle Co 313.CO
'' sent to the United States I ENDS OF ... .. .... ....
into the well to placate the was BROKEN ELEMENT.I W. F. Tilton ._ __. .. .. 459.95
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W. F. Tilton & Sons 68.99
gg deity. In times of severe drought 'I Rubber Company Research Cen- I INSERT ENDS tN Arvld Nilson ........._...,.__+._. 14.63
young warriors were adorned in t]l'I ter for testing. Curiously, the I I SLOT OF NAIL AND Red Roof Restaurant ..,_".'..." 14.36J.
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4 I I / HAMMER NAIL R. Walters 3.14
fine clothing and jewelry and II|sample seems almost identical 'rtf; CLOSE AROUND R. G. MERCER
hurled into the cenote. Some I with high grade natural rubber. \ .._ ..1..*' THEM Tax Flagler Collector County. Florida
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I Plastic Mulch For with plastic-covered, beds began :Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune-
: 1 I harvesting high yields of top I S2. 0 A Year In Advance

:Jtagepo Beach 'Strawberries Adds with quality straw berries-mulches while waited growers up

.. Profit In BradfordPlastic to three weeks for their planting O. F. ALFORD
\ LUNA BABBITT to reach peak production. Registered

Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 is a boon to Bradford Huggins estimates that plastic i Real Estate Broker
county strawberry growers, according
costs $100 an acre, but is cheaper
,to Bradford's County than straw because of less BunnelL Florida I
CHURCH costs in application and
The business meeting of the Following four demonstration maintenance.The, -
Flagler Beach Parent-Teacher Church school at 9:30 and J I plots last season, black poly- .
Association was held Tuesday morning worship at 10:30. ethylene plastic mulch is wellon county agent says that CommunityMemorial
evening at the school with a Thursday, April 13, the Wom its way-to aiding the once- mulching saves on fertilizer be-
good' attendance. The room en's Society of Christian Service ailing industry profit-wise. cause the plant food is undera ChurchInterdenominational
count was won by the second will meet in the Woman's Club waterproof cover and cannotbe
This year 60 acres of berriesare
washed by rains.
grade. building. Hostesses are Miss away AIR CONDITIONED
planted on plasticcoveredbeds.
Election : of officers for the I Dorothy Romans and Mrs. Inez Berries on plastic set up to Daytona Ave.
coming year' was held. Those Crenshaw.The four times as much marketablefruit I FLAGLER BEACH
elcted were: Mrs. Jeanette Methodist Men's Club is Many other farmers are plan as plants on straw. By act-
Owen, president: Harold Smith, planning to sponsor a fish fry ning to discard straw -mulchesin ual count, some bushes have up Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
+ vice president; :Mrs. :Mary Ann May 6th on the grounds of the favor of plastic. net year, to 100 berries from bloom to t Church Service 11:00 A.M.I .
Meekins, secretary; and Mrs. future Methodist Church here.I Huggins says. maturity at one time, Huggins I r R. W. DICKERT. Paator
Sara Martel, treasurer. Plan now to come and bring Earlier in the season growers says. EVERYONE WELCOME
I'IL _.
friends. .
i D. D. Moody gave an interesting your I
talk on the .Flagler County i.,
Blood Bank and a film on GARDEN CLUB BENEFIT .
shown."Children's Emotions was" CARD PARTY SATURDAYThe u'SALUTE TO FLORIDA i';

Flagler Beach Garden
There hat show COUNTIES WALTON
was a duringthe
Club has scheduled Saturday at
social and winner j
period 7:30 P.M, in the Woman's Club
were: for the prettiest, :Mrs. building, a Progressive Military COUNTY SEAT DE FUNIAK SPRINGS I'i
Clarice Babbitt, the
representing Whist party. There Will also be
second grade, and Mrs. Kay Rob. Walton County was formed in 1824 and is
"' bingo, refreshments and prizesfor located in the northwestern section of the
inson for
the craziest, representing
high and low scores. The state. The county was named for Colonel i
the fourth grade. public is invited. George Walton who was secretary of West
Installatjon of officers will be Florida during the period Andrew Jackson I.
at the :May meeting. served as governor.
I BAKE .SALE SATURDAY I I } ( The county seat De Funiak Springs, located -
I in the center of the county, is the
Visitors last weekend with The YWA Girls of the Flagler (J site of an important state livestock market.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan Beach Baptist Church will holda I 1< Timber, naval stores and agriculture rep-
were his sister, Miss Minnie Bake Sale Saturday morningin resent the basic industry of the county.
Duncan of Cincinatti, Ohio, and front of the Flagler Beach 3' ) ,, In progressive Walton County and throughout -
Florida the United States Brewers As-
another sister and brother in post office.Rev. sociation works constantly to maintain the ..
law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mender- sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly I
shot from Marietta, Ga. and Mrs. Millard 'Brock conditions. Believing that strict law en-
forcement the best interest of the
made.a trip to Greenville, S. C., serves
people of Florida the Association stresses
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mygrantare last week on account of the close cooperation with the Armed Forces,
receiving congratulations on serious illness and death of his I law enforcement and governing officials.
the birth of a son on Saturday, aunt. I i
April 8, in the Flagler Clinic and
Hospital in Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt FLORIDA DIVISION

and family visited Sunday in I JUN1M STATES BREWERS:ASSOCIATION, JNC.
r Mr. and Mrs Henry Barditzky I St. Augustine and 'Palm Valley OF MObfRATION # ORLANDO
came from Eustis to spend the'with Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Tay : N.I
weekend here. i lor. I I.
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alfalfa leaf meal to
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and implanting Stilbestrol on or from the West Central Florida.

c .. daily gain, carcass grade, dress- Station, Brooksville. ,
Weight Increases. in I I,ing percent, and tendernessscore.

Steer Feeding TestsUse The. addition of alfalfa leaf THE OUTBOARDER
p azocALS
meal to the ration showed no Authorized Evinrude Dealor-
of better bulls and better
management is'' causing the pro. effect on daily gain or on the BOATS -ACCESSORIES REPAIRS'
I carcass characteristics studied. Dockage Storage Tree Ramp
in FlorIda
duction of feeder steers -
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to assume more importance
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Mrs. Ed Copeland were Mrs. grades significantly during the
Florida Agricultural
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WEDDING DATEANNOUNCED Billie Hall and her son Burton I first year. Stilbestrol depressed

Rogers, of Orlando., Experiment Recent feeding Stations.tests at the I d" r essin: g p er can; t the; first ye ar TV SERVICE 1
I but had no significant effect the
r The First Methodist Church of West Central Florida Experiment
In Orlando Monday for the ALL MAKES I
I second Tenderness score
Bunnell will be the setting on Station Brooksville, are of : year.
funeral services of Fred Ireland not affected. Agent For
"l Sunday evening, April 30 for Mrs. Walter Knight Mrs.D. I interest: to cattlemen of the area.II i was
wedding of Miss Sandra Deen This station is owned by the Santa Gertrudis steers gained
D. Moody George Moody Sr., il RCA & PHIL CO
, William M. Burton Jr. U.S. Department of Agricultureand .
;. and,1\lr. and :Mrs. M. B., ,Fuller. most in the feed lot while Angus
. .......... The ceremony will be performedat operated in cooperationwith I I steers gained least. Angus TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
j o'clock in the evening. the University of Florida.
seven Mr. and Mrs. Benny Black and I II carcasses graded' highest SantaG AND INSTALLED
the wedding ceremony W. C. Burns superintendent,
Following Mrs. Jennie Black were in ,Orlando I ertrudis carcasses lowest. TUBES TESTED FREE
will be held I M. and A. Z. Palmer of:
a reception I Sunday with Mrs. Fred i Koger I Dressing percentage was high
at the Flagler Beach Hotel. No Ireland. the main Florida Station at est in Brahman-Angus, followedby
invitations are being sent but I Gainesville and C. M. Kincaid Brahman, Santa Gertrudis TV BobFLAGLER

all friends and relatives are invited I Mrs. Maude Holland has re federal coordinator of a regional Angus and Hereford.A .

I I to both the ceremony and turned to her Jiome here after breeding project recently re complete report of the test BEACH
.: the reception.The an extended visit in Gainesvillewith ported on tests with yearling can be obtained from the Animal PHONE HE 9.2204
bride elect is the daughter -I her sisters Mrs. Carrie steers of five different breeds i Husbandry Department of .
of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. D.-en, Connie Beville. fed two years during the sum ,
Deen and Mrs.
, Jr., of Bunnell. ,She is a grad. l mer months. They studied the . . . . . . ---. . . .
uate of Bunnell High School and I effects of breed the addition of
Mrs. H. F. Wray has returnedto
attended the University of Flor-
her home here after a visit
t' ida in Gainesville'and also business in Gainesville with the Marvin CARD OF THANKS MOODY'S FLORAL SERVICE ;
She has '
college Miami. Gresham family. I would like to express my i!

" she been was residing employed in Miami in a law where firm. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Durs \sincere friends for appreciation their cards to flowers my I Funeral Orders A Specialty :
Burton resident of
Mr. was a
Ga., visit- visits letters and during
I himer of Albany were prayers .
Miami but has recently movedto ing here last week with Mrs. my stay in the hospital. ALL ORDERS HOME FILLED
where he has
I Ft. Lauderdale I G. E. Allen Sr. I Your: thoughtfulness is deeply I
established a law office. Thecouple AND NONE TOO LATE.
... .'W 1 appreciated.
will reside in *t. Lau- 1I I I W. F. Lawton is a patient in I IJ Hoke Cobb.

derdale. i I the East Coast Hospital in St. :l I II ( Phone ID 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida .J!'

(Augustine receiving. medical I'I l CARD OF THANKS I j I 0 . . : .
Miss Virginia Wadsworth has I treatment.. 'I I I
J i returned to Boulder Col.; after! I would like to thank all
I a short vacation here with her I Joseph Paquin is a patient in good friends in, Flagler ounty'' INSHRE-Stay I Insured & Rest Assured
parents Mr. 'and Mrs. L. E.. the Flagler Clinic and Hospital for their thoughtfulness? during t
Wadsworth.Bill I here receiving -medical treat- my stay in the, Gainesville Hos ,
1 merit.I ,,pital., It has been four weeks I, GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM] : :

Sturman Jr., returned to since the amptutation of my I 1
;1, his home in East;Orange, N. J.,I herington Visiting with and children Mrs., Ann duringthe Wet- I right leg. Although" there is a I II I H. T. COOK AGENCY. '
Sunday 'after a.: short holiday lot of pain, the doctors say it ;
t .
Mr. and
past weelepd4werg ,
visitt: hero= with Mn and Mrs. Aaron is doing fine. i'' .
Raphael 'Sturman.'f i Mrs. Wetherlhgton> of Mrs. Jessie Way. 'I Citizens Bank Bldg. BunneH, Florida y
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F qa4d4il m .dJ.W JaI I I Controlling chinch bugs is a I just a few days old,. the "web-; or into the swimming pool. Ear REQUEST FOR BIDS

I problem. But, Florida Agricultural worm shifts its jaws into high wigs are inch-long brownish insects Sealed bIds' will be received in
the office of the Citv Clerk of the
Ifs bewitching to discover that Experiment Station ento- gear and you'll swear that the with forcepts-like tails. City of Bunnell. Florida. In the-

lawii insects were not sleeping mologists say that pesticidessuch striped patches of grass happened Millipedes are often called Civic 12:00 Center o'clock Building noon, .on'on or the before 17th

beauties during their winter as VC 13,. Ethion, Trithion, over night: "thousand legged worms." dayo( April A. D. 1961. for one
Diazinon and will kill (1)[ Themal Aerosol Generator dry-
ronnel To catch the worms red- type: fog- applicator and embody

nap.The the bugs, if applied properly. handed use a flashlight at Try BHC or lindane on' these the following features:
I Air compressor 160 cubic feet a
long warm spell in late Attack the bugs by first lay- night. During the day, part the pests. minute when turning at 1300 RPM.

winter is causing the lawn down For additional help with Turbine type pump 200 gal. per
var- ing a water barrage. grass and look for a greenish hour at 30 Ibs. psI at 1300 RPM.

mints to cut their teeth earlier Then apply the death-dealing "worm" curled up on the soil.A lawns, telephone your county All auxiliaries to be driven by-
single cylinder air cooled engine
than usual this spring. So, don't chemical.' A jar attachment to I jar attachment hose sprayer agricultural agent. LP. gas fired. '

: be lulled into a lazy bug con: a garden hose is a fine way to loaded with toxaphene or- DDT tired Combustion by means chamber of a Lv P. shall gas fuel be

t trol program. I spray on the pesticide. Dosage 1 will ,kill sod webworms. jurner. '
RCA VICTOR Output rate of machine shall be
varies with each chemical, .so be J Mole-Crickets from 0 to 45 gallons of controll-
Delayed action will allow the I
sure to follow the direction on LIVING COLOR TV able fog.
Mole-crickets billbugs and The machine bid shall be on a
pests :to' drain the green from "LOOK FOR TILL PICTUREIN
the container label. reconditioned used machine with a
out-of-door carpets.; white grubs are soil dwellers THE WINDOW" standard new machine guarantee.
Sod Webworm / that feed on grass roots. The Southern Radio & Television Machine shall be equipped with
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR all necessary controls and guages
Chinch Bug The 'sod we! worm is a Cl- crickets make tiny mole tunnels ORMOND 7-2001 for safe operation In accordance 1
with prescribed state safety
I'1 I Keep an eye peeling for the inch-long greenish caterpillarthat I and the grubs just gnaw their lations for operation of L.P.regu-gas

eats by night and sleepsby [way along, cutting grass roots. NOTICE UNDER equipment. -
I worst enemy-the chinch bug. FICTITIOUS NAME Each bid shall be addressed to .
day. The mother, a small [This causes dead spots in the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: the City Commissioners. Bunnell
To glimpse this active little Florida. The City Commissionersreserve
I Notice is hereby given that the
dingy brown moth, is the das- turf. the right to reject any and
rascal, retirees will have to do tardly creature who begins the j Chlordane, heptachlor and undersigned 20953. Laws of Pursuant Florida to 1941.Chapter will all bids and also to accept the bid

more than adjust their bi-focals, invasion I chin halt the action of register with the Clerk of the Circuit I the that:: best in its interest judgment will be for
by spraying the Jawn aI-I Court in and for of the City of
and the set have Flagler Bunnell. Florida. .
I younger may County. Florida
with eggs.It I soil dwellers. upon receipt of WITNESS hand and official .
proof of I my
of this
to squint hard or even 0II resort takes only a week for the Earwigs and millipedes are the fictitious name, to-wit: notice. 19S1.seal this 4th day'. of April Ain,'

to a hand lens. eggs to hatch into caterpillars not harmful to .lawns but be- I {shop Bunnell and Motor Restaurant Lodge under and Coffee which I I (Seal) LevI L. Brannam. Sr.

II Full grown chinch bugs are'I that can eat several times theirweight I come a nuisance by sneaking we are engaged at selling food and Mayor, City of Bunnell. Florida
+ black and only a fifth of an lodging at Bunnell. Florida and I ATTEST:
I Iti I in grass per night. When from the lawn into the house I that the undersigned are the only I Nancy C. Rodgers City Clerk.
inch long. Their wings are persons interested In said business. I April 6132tcIN

folded over their back, with .. .. ........ .. .. .. -. : . 23rd Dated day at of Bunnell. Florida this THE CIRCUIT COURT r OF
,:. ,:. March. 1961.
tl'. .
,}. . ':. . ':. . . ':. .r : FLAGLER
white areas showing. The young f. CLARICE ZENA MUZYKA COUNTY FLORIDA.
bugs are wingless, reddish with FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF March: 30 & April 613204tpIN IN RE:

; white back bands. It takes 20 ADOPTION OF ROGER LEE
JUDGE'S COURT. a minor and AN-
of these nymphs to measure an AMBULANCE FLAGLER COUNTY. STATE OF GELA MAY CROW, a minor.
rlf I I I' LOIUIJ. by their stepfather. '
PHONE VAlley 4-1625
f Eleanor T. Shill Deceased. THE STATE OFV
This enemy usually attacksfl' SERVICE The State of Florida. To All Persons Robert M. McKenzie FLORIDA. TO:

first along concrete walks and ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Interested 'lu the Estate of Residence unknown

drives. The insect sucks You said Deeedenft You are hereby notified that a
grass Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We written are hereby notified that a suit has been filed against you in
juice and possibly injects a be the instrument purporting to the above entitled cause; and you
at service with promptness, safety andexperience. Last Will and Testament are hereby required to file your answer -
always / and
toxic substance, causing yellowish i codicil thereto, of said dece- with the Clerk of this Court,
brownish dent has been admitted to probate and to serve a copy thereof upon
to patches in turf. in said Court. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney.

To check an ailing spot of You are hereby commanded within whose name and address Is:
I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator six calendar months from the Weinstein and Weinstein
grass for chinch bugs, cut both : date of the first publication of this 161 St. George StreetSt.

ends out of a large metal can. notice to appear In said Court and Augustine, Floridanot
I Garcia Funeral Home show cause if any you can. why later than May 5th A. D. 1961. !
Push one end of the can about the action of said Court in admitting'said If you fail to do so, decree pro
i Will and codicil thereto confesso will be entered
two inches into the sod and fill ii I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director to probate should not stand. un- for the relief demanded in the .

; with water. If any' bugs, are I I LADY ASSISTANT4 I revoked.(Seal) T. McKNIGHT.. said bill of suit jcomplalnt.belng-fbr ADOPTION.The nature of

t. float to the County Judge. Flagler WITNESS hand I'I
present they'll sur and seal
.. .... ... .. ... ... ........... .. County, Florida. said Court this 30th
face. vuvuvvvvuvuvwwuSO .. . . ... . .. .. .. First day of March ,
o I publication March 23. 1961 A. D. 1961.
March 23-30 &. April 6-13--ftc (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE I
Clerk of said Circuit Court
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. April 6-U-20-27-4tc
IN RE: Estate_ of'. __ IDA.. IN CHANCERY. NO. 4213
;.. a Florida Corporation
TO CREDITORS Plaintiff. .'
'. All creditors of the estate of
deceased are JUDSON H.- TINKER
| hereby notified and
required to file
,' any claims or demands which I lINKER'
they '
may have against *
V said estate 'In 'I
"! : the office of the husband.
: County Judge of
:. .) \ Courthouse Flagler County, Florida. In the .i LILLIAN MAY SCHOOLEY
at Bunnell. Florida
within eight calendar Defendants
months from
". the date of the first publication of NOTICE TO 'DEFEND
..' this IN THE NAME OF
\ Notice. Each claim or demand THE STATE
must be in writing and must state OF FLORIDA TO:
I i.A i. the place of residence and post- I Judson H. Tinker. If alive and
office address of the claimant and If dead his unknown spouse unknown -
must be sworn to by the claimant heirs at law. devisees, legatees -
his agent or his attorney or it ,:grantees creditors, lienors
will become void' according, to law. or other parties claiming by
March 28, 1961. through under or against Judson
./SJOHN D. HARDIN H. Tinker deceased. John B. Tinker -
John D. Hardin Administrator if alive and if dead his un
of the Estate of CHARLES known spouse unknown heirs at
M.- KING deceased. law. devisees, legatees grantees
\ First publication: 3/30/61. creditors lienors. or other parties
,_March 30 & April 6-13-20-4tc claiming by, through under or
.' against John B. Tinker deceased;
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Malinda Nichols and husband. A.
JUDGE. FLAGLER COUNTY H. Nichols if living and if dead
FLO III DA. IN PROIIATE. their unknown heirs at law. devisees I
IN RE: ESTATE OF legatees, grantees creditors.
ELEANOR T. SHILL. Deceased. lienors or other parties claiming
,. To All Creditors and Persons Having by. through under or against Ma-
Claims or Demands Against linda Nichols and husband. A. H.
Said Estates Nichols; Lillian May Schooley. if
You and each of you are hereby living and if dead her unknown
notified and required to present any spouse heirs at law. devisees
claims and demands which you or legatees grantees. creditors lien-
either of you. may have against the ors or other parties claiming by.
estate of Eleanor T. Shill.. deceased through under or against Lillian
\ ,- # I late of said County to the May Schooley deceased; and any
County Judge of Flagler County. and all persons (save!! and except
t Florida at his office in the court the plaintiff herein) having or
house of said County at Bunnell, claiming any right title or Interest!!
Florida within eight calendar in and to the lands involved in
months from the time of -the first this suit and hereinafter described.
publication of this notice. Each The respective post office address
claim or demand shall be in writ and residence of each of the above
ing and shall state the place of named. parties is unknown.
: ..,.4..t vv. :..S..S' ...,..,}... F h. v.54CY :.: residence and post office addressof You and each of you are hereby
: the and shall notified that suit has
claimant be a been
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agent or his attorney and any to the following described land
such claim or demand not so filed situate in Flagler County Florida
shall be void. to-wit:
/sHenry Tener 'Shill Being a part of the lot whichon
I As executor of the Last Will a suit in partition betweenthe
with a eelectric' range I and Testament, of Eleanor T. heirs of Charles V.'...Bulow
/ . Shilldeceased.. was set off and allotted to
First publication March 23. 1961 Emily B. Hurray as Lot No. 4
March 23-30 & April 6-13-Itc and is more particularly described -

No soot to blacken pots 'n pans they'll stay "lace hand- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH by David on D.a Rogers certain, map C. E.made. entitled -

kerchief"clean. Flameless electricity doesn't film JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Subdivision of Lots 4
.' produce greasy AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. and 5 of the Bulow plantation
.- to cling to,walls and curtains. Everything stays shiny-bright; and FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE situated in' Township!! 13 South.
NO. 4216.EDWARD Range 31 East as Lot 1. Block

r fresh-looking longer. You'll reduce your kitchen' cleaning chores J. REINHARDT.Plaintiff, 15.more or Containing less. 12% acres!!,

and pot-scrubbing drudgery. A.REINHARDT.IVORC E I In the above styled court by the
EVELYN above named plaintiff. and you are
Defendant. hereby required to file personally
Cooler, faster,safer, automatic, and cheaper, too-because Sunshine ,.,%t NOTICE TO APPEAR or by your attorney with the Clerkof I
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: said court your answer or other
'10 1, ; Service Electricity is now even a bigger bargain._ Flameless' \ EVELYN A. REINHARDT defensive pleadings to the complaint -

Watkins Glen In said suit and to servea
,\ : electric cooking is the MOST by any measure! New York copy therof upon H. T. Cook
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED plaintiffs attorney whore address
,- '!"' : '. >p'." Nearly a million modern Florida homemakers have already switched that a suit for divorce has been Is Citizens Bank Building. Bunnell

....' '. ,' I filed, against you in the above Florida. on or before the 24th day
: !! r to flameless electric cooking. How about you? See your electric entitled cause and you are hereby of April. A. D. 191, and The Flag- .
., required to serve upon Plaintiffs ler Tribune which Is a newspaper
appliance dealer now for the style and size electric range you'll want. Attorney, whose name and addressappear meeting the requirements pre
hereon your written de- scribed by law for such purpose.
fense. If any. to the Bill of Complaint Is hereby designated: as the news-
I in said suit on or before paper In which this notice shall
) the 29th day of April 1961. else be published once a week. for four
QffutIJfi1 decree pro confesso will be entered consecutive weeks.
( T against you.WITNESS. Herein fall not or Decree Proof
'. my hand .and seal Confesso. will be entered against
Il. C ;0 .. (?"' said court. this 21st day of. March. yon.
1961. Witness my hand as Clerk and
(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE the seal of said Court this 13th I
Clerk of said. Court day of March. A. n. 1961. .
; I FLal a.;l i'DA POWER & I 6 H T' COMPANY By Shirley HodgesW. (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE. I
,. .. L. Wadsworth As Clerk of the above:: _
.* '. HELflHO BUILD ,FLORIDA P.O. Box 396 styled c urt. I
'"":" ,_ Bunnell. Florida By: ,Shirley
Hodges I
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:Passion Play I they tried out for three-week rated commercially laundered ter knowledge of plants. II Great; Britain directly, accordingto
periods were: (1),all washing and items higher than their own Plants are being gathered Buck Moore, district managerfor
*Ends Season ironing done at home, ((2) flat home laundered items in white which will grow easily in the! Southern Bell Telephone Co. '

I work finished by commercial ness, softness and cleanliness of south central portion of the :Ir Both of the present two trans-

:Next SundayThe a laundry and other items doneat heavily soiled areas in colored state. Pastorius says emphasison I atlantic cables, one to Britain
home, (3) flat work and clothing. They rated their home unusual plants is being kept :I I.and one to France, begin at
Black Hills Passion Play shirts finished and other items laundering higher than' com- to a minimum. New Foundland and are connected .
will end its ninth winter seasonat "rough" or "fluff' dried by commercial mercial work for preventing Planting is now underway ;I to U.S telephone cir-

the Lake Wales Amphitheatre o laundry, (4) all items fading, wrinkling and with a new group of roses anda cuits by Canadian land lines.
this Sunday, April 16. I( finished by commercial laundry. age. Homemakers Shrink-I wide range of camellia species. The new cable will extend

Leroy Horton, Jr., president of Home laundering cost the were well satisfied Individual plants are labled. from the New Jersey coast between -
lhe corporation, said today that least in money but the most in I I service of commercial laundries. I Other groups of plants to be I Atlantic City and Mana-
ithe audience for the four remaining time, records kept by these f\m- They agreed .that time savingwas incorporated in the garden in- :hawkin to England near Wide-

performances on Tues- ilies' showed., Home launderingcosts the chief advantage.Six clude small flowering trees, r:I mouth Bay, said Moore. It will

day, Thursday, Saturday, and varied according to the of the families tried self-, shade trees, ground covers, hibiscus :I be about 3,500 nautical miles
Sunday will, for the most part, I equipment. The more equipment operated launderettes for ''wash- plams, salt resistant I' long and probably will be com-
be. composed of Floridians. This used-and the more expensive ing and drying clothes. Their plants,.. tropical fruits perennials ]I pleted In 1963. It will be Jointly .
Us because the nights are warm- I the equipment-the more cost is records showed that cost of a bromeliads vines medicinal owned by A. T. & T and the
'er and more choice seats are added. Use of an automatic load of clothes, not counting plants and succulents. British Post Office, which Is responsible -
available because there 'are dryer, for example, brought cost transportation, was somewhat The garden has grown from for telephone serviceIn
Sewer tourists in Lake Wales. above average while use of a higher than for doing a load at the original planting of 66 va- Great Britain. A. T. & T.'s
After this Sunday's performance 'non.automatic washer broughtit home but that time used averaged rieties to over 200. share of the cost will be about
tHe 35 professional actors below. Average cost was di- the same. $28 million.

will begin the task of packingtons vided between current operating The Ohio Station suggests this A. T. & T. According to :Moore, the cable
of costumes for their tripto I expenses and investment in I I small study may help other Laying will provide 122 voice-grade

the Black Hills of South Da- equipment No money for family -!! families make,- similar tryouts Phone circuits, meaning it can carry
kota to begin their summer season time and labor was included. I I I in deciding on, the plan that Cable From up to 128 telephone calls or oth-

on June 11. All livestock Laundering costs increased as I best suits their needs. er transmissions simultaneously.
U. S. A. To Britain
lor the play, including camels, commercial services were used. I

horses, sheep, and a donkey, will When fiat work was finished by "Plants Featured In I The Federal Communications Cool as a cucumber Is no {
also be loaded in large moving commercial laundry and other Commission has authorizedA. myth. The internal temperatureof
vans for the long trip. The only items done at home, weekly cost I I T. & T. to start laying the a growing cucumber is about
group left behind will be, the lof laundry averaged twice that Gardens EstablishedAt I first transatlantic telephone 20 degrees less than the field .'

volunteer actors, numberingmore !II of home laundering. As more I cable to connect the U.S. and I I heat on a sunny day. .
commercial laundry service was Ringling MuseumA .
than 200, who "
*Wales citizens. They stay in the used money costs increased. i _
planned garden of native
'community until next year, at Five hours a week was the
and introduced at the
which time they will again participate average time spent on home I Ringling Art Museum in CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. i
in the greatest story I laundering. Ironing, took half]I sota has become a reality Sara-I
Sever told-the last seven days the total time. More time was
to efforts of Ed Pastorius 'H.
largely CRAIG. Funeral
In the life of ChrIst. used in gathering, checking and 11 I
assistant county agent with the
i ,sorting clothes for commercial JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
; Florida Agricultural Extension
than home laundering. Time I
Florida Leads ins saved by "sending laundry out"was :service. LADY OXYGEN
; Started in the.summer of 1960, CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I ,EQUIPPED
in washing and ironing.
:Container Board Employed homemakers spent the combination garden and ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
orboretum was designed to im-
I less time on laundry than full- .
Florida is the nation's lead- time homemakers: prove the eye appeal of the new Phone ID 7-3532 -
:'ing paperboard manfacturer state-owned institution and fill
I Homemakers in this study''i I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. .BUNNELL. FLORIDA
with production totaling approximately the local area's need for a bet- .
$135 million annually -

the Florida State Chamber -

of Commerce points out. -
I "The manufacture of this con-
*tainer board is a principal segment f a s

of the state's mammoth ..... ,
pulp and paper industry. In ad I .. -
dition tothe regular paperboard
i used for making cartons, such
',related products as special food
container board, folding box- ,

:;board and construction paper ,
_'are made in the state but are S.

-not Included ,in the $135 million ;
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'total. 4S &
"A check of the latest official

figures (1958) giving other de-

,; tails of the whole industry in
Florida shows 13 plants making
pulp and the various types of :

paper and paperboard. Employ- 1r ; ,
'. ment in the plants totaled almost -

8,000 and the annual payroll .
million."A .
5 $42 I :;:::

measure of the direct contribution : ..
of the and
pulp paper ......
'industry to Florida is shown by

;'.. the value of the finished prod- I ;'i,, .

ucts'over that of raw materials .. Where will you find a handsomer hardtop than this Impala Sport Sedan! .,
used. This value-added figure '
:. ... s:
million in 1958. '
stood at $118
._4 "Logging operations and the .
,' 'extensive reforestation programs ) MORE PEOPLE ARE .

S.. 'of 'pulp mills are further contributions .: .-
.. "' of the industry to : \ 5 .

1\F Florida's"boady added.economy," the trade .5. ,::":: : -. BUYING CHEVROLETS :\

:facts for. HotnemakerLAUNDRY << .:

STUDY ,- ;-.-
;;1 "How'to' have the family laundry When one car outsells all the rest the way -\ persuasion. If you weren't absolutely sure:, .,
;:"., done is an important home this new Chevrolet is doing*-there's got you'd imagine you were riding in afar,

management. question today to be a reason. And we can think of some AND JUST ONE costlier car.' w '
I i':. when commercial laundries of- --, pretty good ones. The clean-etched looks No wonder people are f. ',
fer various services and when of the new Body by Fisher, for example. JETSMOOTHRIDE buying ,more Chevrolets S .

.- many kinds of home laundering The eager brand of "git" that's under the than any other make! "_W -' ,:;
equipment are 'on sale. hood. The easy way it handles. Plus the WILL Chevrolets have more of '":
To help families decide on a added advantage of extra-cost options) SHOW YOU what it takes to please CIIEVROLET.
: plan ,that meets their particular triple-turbine Turboglide. people! : I.
laundry needs, the Ohio Expert. But to sample all these reasons together, WHY!l r
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0fficial R.L.Polk&Co..TeDwratUYlfig1LtshtnD .
, ment Station-with the supportof you have to get a Chevrolet out on the utilized Chevrolet outsold the second-choice make -
the American Institute oft road. And there's where that Jet-smooth by a Tecord-breakingmargin in 1960-and Chevrolet ".
'Laundrying-made a study of ride takes over with its own gentle kindof, *continue to set the pace for.the industry year, .

lime' costs and qual- ',.
it>: Sty of ,finished products in home See the new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvairs'and the new Corrette at your local aphorized Chevrolet dealer's, .. -:i5. -
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and commercial laundering.. ? : \ : '
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t provided information for the .

study.. These families, averag : : ,- HALL.TUMUN'CHEVROLET ,COMPANY : \ L"
> five members, were accustomed -,
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