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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 15, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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I '!:,; .VOLUME 51, NO. 32 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR
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r 4-H'ers To HUNTER FAMILY Millage RateIs ATTENDS LEGION I! Flagler; Scout


! Attend Camp HOLDS LAKE REUNIONAT GENEVA Doubled By SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONMembers OF I f Review Court


Near Madison ,I The Hunter Family held their County BoardIn of the local American I Held Tuesday ,
seventh annual family reunionat Legion and American Legion
4-H Club mem this week's Issue of The No. 472 held
Flagler County Flagler Troop a
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Auxiliary attending the area
r at 4-H Camp Tribune the tentative budget of Scout Review
bers will camp Court Tuesday
Kenneth Biddle at Lake Geneva school of instruction for newI
Madison, FlorIda the county commission is being at !the Scout Home
L. Cherry Lake near August 4th. I, officers In St Augustine last evening at
through August published. The mlllage rate Is
19th Flagler Beach.
August A dinner weekend
picnic was enjoyedand i were:
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to Howard shown as double that of last The
24th, according following troop members
t boating and water skiing Mr. and Mnr Victor Buckles
6.1 I
Agent year. Mlllage last year was participated In the activities
County :
Taylor. .
were features of entertainment.About and children, Mr. and Mrs.
four such camps In This year it Is 12. | John McDaniel advanced to
There are .
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30 members of the family Leonard Moody and Eula Lee,
each located In The assessed valuation ofj I First Class Scout
and the
Florida, one passed
from Bunnell, Jacksonville, A. M. McDaniel and Levi Bran-
Madison and county property for tax purposesis merit
Highlands, Marion, Espanola, Gainesville and Lake nam. badge examinations for
Escambla Counties. The campsare Geneva were present $8,343,143. Homestead exempt Life Saving and Swimming.
operated by the Florida Agricultural property valuation Is $1,685,120. Jimmy McNab, a First Class
I Extension Service and I Mills levied by the county com Former Resident, Scout passed merit badge exam.

each camp has a maximum capacity CommissionExplains mission for the various fundsare inations for Life Saving, Home
t of about 150 to 170 camp i shown as: Edgar E. Anglin, Repairs and Swimming.
: New General fund, 4.5 mills; road Mickey Sindelar, passed the
ers.Most of the camps are composed and bridge fund, 3.4 mills; fine Passed AwayEdgar examination for a merit: badgein
of 12 to 14 campes' cab. Water Policy and forfeiture fund, 2.5. This I Nature.
k Ins, auditorium, pavllllon, canteen comes out to 10.4 mills for all I Edward Anglin of 2231 Wesley Thomas passed his examinations
first aid station, mens' I The city commission of Flag of the county other than the! Hyde Park Road, Jacksonville, } for Swimming and
1( control cabin, ladles' control let Beach Is advertising In this mosquito control district on the I passed away Monday in a Jack. Life Saving and Arthur McDan
cabin and a large mess hall. issue of The Tribune its policy east side of the county where;, sonville Hospital following a : lei passing his examinations for
Former 4-H members who are corncernlng city water consum an additional 1.6 mills levied I! brief illness I Swimming and Life Saving.
t presently college students com ers. The advertisement Is on brings the total to 12 mills. Mr. Anglin was born in Pansy, Danny Fralley completed"his
r the permanent camp staff.I page six.Water I In addition to this, the Boardof Alabama, and had lived In Bun required number of merit badges
pose
Life guards are usually physical customers presently I II Public Instruction has levied nell a number of years, attend. for Eagle Scout when he passed
t" education students at the Uni served by the existing: system i I II this year the full limit of 20''I ing Bunnell High School. lie t the 'examination on Public
!; versity of Florida, and they hold I will not be affected by the new I mills, thus taxable property In had resided in Jacksonville 30 Health at the meeting.Te .
a' advanced life saving certificates.The I policy, provided such customers the mosquito control district is years. lie was retired from the examinations were ,conducted .
"mess halls" are usually remain connected tothe system. assessed at 32 mills, or $32 per I' U. S. Navy after 22 years of active by Tom Lenssen and

headed by ladies who are supervisors Since the city anticipates op. I''$1,000 value. In other areas It I' service, and was a veteranof A. M. McDaniel, members of the
of the school lunch erating an entirely new water will. be $30.40 per $1,000 of valuation I World War 2. He was a Bap. ,Rotary Club Boy Scout Commit.
room programs. system in the near future, the To the above taxes of List and had attended the University tee. They were assisted by Joe
Parents of some 4-H'ers will city commission believes residents I the several cities and towns will of Florida. Seale, Scout Master.

serve as chaperones again this should be Informed about be added. Survivors Include his widow, Buddy Moore, Jail HelD, Wesley ::
year and those attending from I various rules, regulations and Mrs. Nancy E. Anglin and a son, Thomas and Danny FraileY,
Flagler will be Mrs. Levi Bran I charges that will become effective I ASC Committee John Edward Anglin, both of' members of the Troop will be :

Liam> 'Mrs. Dick Cody Mrs. Til- with start of operation : Jacksonville. guests at the Rotary Club meet..
man Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. I of the new system. II Nominees Named Graveside funeral services were Ing today when they will have
I.. W. McMillan. held at the family plot In the charge of the ,program. '
about 21 girls :The-.lte-of. nominees for this panola Cemetery..at 2 o'clock ....
t There will be B ,.
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oatRegis ,
L' ', 'and' 28'.boys from-'..ihe..sFlaglQs; f ,Eocm,|, :Eoc. ( year:* AC committee election r ednesdayafternoo* ; lr);::*fa??, :- ;...>. ..,, \ ,

County 4-H Clubs: who plan to {ration;tAt I I I was, announced today by AlbertB. the Re.AtJee'/ StevenVJrpastor' Dependen-o/: ',
Flagler .Beach Baptist
attend this year.; They will be, Johnston, chairman of the ; ; ,
with about 25 4-H'ers I Agricultural Stabilization: and Church, officiated. : *".
camping
Tax CollectorsTax Pallbearers Veterans To Get
were William t
from CUchrtst,and about 20 from Conservation County Committee.
I
i Hackett Lonnie
Coleman, L. M
Six local farmers and ranch
Dixie Cou'ntles.Some Collector Dale B. Brown
Whltaker, D. D. Moody, T. K. QuestionnaireDependent
activities have been nominated and
of the dally said today the new forms for ers
enjoyed by the campers are I II I boat registration have been received their names will appear ,on the McKnlght, McCabe, and Homer Brooks. parents of deceased
movies, games, relays, Softball, I In his office and he Is ballots which will be mailed to Jacksonville Key- Funeral In Home of I veterans receiving service-eon- I
was charge.
swimming folk games, scavenger now taking registrations.He I all eligible farmers and ranch. I nected death compensation' pay* .
I hunt, skits produced by each said the registration is required i ers in the county by August 20. I ments from the VA will receivea
cabin, organized recreation by only for pleasure boats I ASC voters will then have until ARTHUR CARLE special dependency questionnaire r

!wi... trained recreational leaders. Talent with motors of 'ten horsepower August 30 to return their AT MILTON FIELD with their monthly checks I
programs, craft, nature lore, or more. The boat registrationsare I marked ballots to the ASCS on or about August 31, the VA
J* office. A self 'addressed Naval Aviation Cadet ArthurL \
etc. due in July of each year county announced today.
I Taylor, who is Camp Chairman but due (to the new law passed postage-free envelope will be Carle, son of Mr. and Mrs. At the same time, veterans I
said the religious provided with each ballot for Ray G. Carle of 111 N. OrangeSt.
this year, I by the legislature this year, who are receiving additional ;
aspects of camp life are not neg. there was a delay in receivingthe use In mailing It to the county ., Bunnell, recently reported to service-connected disability compensation
lected. The 4-H blessing Is sung forms and decals. New registration office. The nominees announced the Naval Auxiliary Air Station because of a dependent ; I
meal and dally nondenominational today are: Whiting Field, Milton, Florida,
before each certificates\ will expire parent or parents will also !
vesper servicesare June 30, 1964. George Clegg, R. W. Cody, Jr., as a student naval aviator. receive the dependency ques ;
held every evening. I The current registration fees R. W. Deen, Jr., W. W. Deen, Sr., During his training at Whiting tionnaire, Raymond S. Smith, I
I expire August 15. ConservationBoard A, B. Johnston and L. O. Robert.son. Field, he will undergo flight in. Flagler County Veterans Service I
officials said enfrocement structlon in the single engine Officer, said. '

r Jeanne Cannon I will be relaxed for a reasonable In making the announcement, propeller driven T.28 trainer. At the time parents were
:'
I I length of time due to the delay Mr. Johnston stressed that every This plane is comparable in performance placed on the compensation rolls

Receives DegreeAt J: In getting: the decals to the various effort has been made to Include to Navy fighter aircraft they were definitely determinedto
used In World War II.
county tax collectors. active farmers and ranchers who be dependent. The purposeof
I '
Stetson U. are best qualified for ASC county His training will include precision the questionnaire Is to estab

SMALLER FLAGS committee work and who are and Instrument flying, lish the fact that they have continued I
Mrs. Jeanne B. Cannon, librarian representative of the various radio navigation, formation fly. be dependent and are I
of Bunnell High School, re FOR BURIALS types of agriculture in the coun ing and alr-to-air gunnery In still eligible for payment I I I

ceived a Master of Arts Degree A smaller sized American flag, which students fire twin 50 call Recipients of the questionnaire '
from Stetson University at com more suitable for display is now ty.The committeemen elected ber machine guns at towed are expected to return them' be. .

mencement Services held In the being prepared by the Veterans will take office October 1, and targets. fore October 31, 1963. Smith '
t'
Stetson Union building Friday Administration for use at vet. will serve for a one year period Upon completing the course advises recipients that all questionnaires r"
evening, August 9, at 8 o'clock. eran's burials Raymond Smith, ending September 30, 1964. They at Whirling Field he will report must be returned by
Degrees were conferred on 56 county veterans service officer, will be responsible for the ad. For further training with Train. the deadline date.
graduates.Dr. said today. ministration of the various federal Ing Squadron FJve/ at nearby I Since the questionnaire cards

James A. Steward, deanof Since the flag now being issued farm programs dealing with Saufley Field, Pensacola. will be handled by machinery,
the chapel and professor of to drape a casket Is too farm commodity price support, recipients are requested not to
philosophy at Stetson was the large for functional use by the production adjustment and conservation LIONS CLUB PLANS fold, cut, mutilate or 'trim themin I
principal speaker forthe family of the veteran the changeis assistance. FOR WINTER SEASONThe any manner,
Mrs. Cannon specialized servlce'j I being made. Mr. Johnston urged all Lions Club made plans
field of library The old flags have been 5 feet ers and ranchers In the county|for their winter program at the

wrote a comprehensive research f I by 9% feet In size. Administrator to exercise their privilege of Tuesday luncheon meeting. VETERINARIANTO
paper entitled: "A Self-Evaluation i John S. Gleason, Jr. of the electing the men who will rep They also heard a report on the
of the Library Services of I VA has held the opinion that resent them on the ASC county Dale Carnegie course which Is VACCINATEDr.

the Bunnell High School Library" the flag would mean much more committee for the coming year. now in progress.: Joe Wendllng, USDA veterinarian 1i i
In partial fulfillment of her I to the family of the deceased Complete details on the elec. John Baggett and Freddie will be in Flagler county -!\ ,
degree requirements.For were they able to display It tion procedures can be obtainedat Fruits were guests for the meet. Friday morning, August 16th "\{
the past two years she Thus the new flags will be 4% the ASCS county office. ing. to vaccinate six to eight month. "1!
has served as librarian of the feet by 7 feet. old calves for Bangs disease. t
Bunnell High School, and for The older flags will continue The wettest state In the Oceanographers estimate the Persons wanting their calves 1\\
the three years previous to this to be used until exhausted the United States Is Alabama. Its sea contains, enough salt to vaccinated should contact Coun !
was a second grade teacher In administrator said. There are annual rainfall averages about cover: the United States under a: ty Agent Howard Taylor fOr thls !
the elementary school. 100,000 still on hand. 68 Inches. crystal layer a mile deep. i free service.T' .
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PAGE TWO THE iTLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 15, 1963.
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I f- Check! around the Mas.Ii I um. After flooding in, cover the fog and drizzle take turns and : You don't stay to find out.

Gardening In FloridaBy 11ft.< weak moment you "hid" a I case with glass, cheesecloth or f a volcano could go off at any I Katmai Is 65 miles southwest

IIMttk by tossing it into the clear plastic. Keep he cuttings time." I of Anchorage. Small planes air-

( ,Kerrey Sharp) 'damp of azaleas you may have I damp with daily mist-like sprays I Discovering the wonders of I lift visitors to Lake Grosvenor,

rooted a plant. The brick in i ion the leave named for Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor
Pa a* like people- you can I I Katmai requires some effort I

hurt their feelings by steppingon I. holding a branch of the plantin If you use plastic or glass however. Slippery banks send Board of Trustees chairman of

their "toes." contact with moist soil has cover, be sure the cutting proj I hikers sprawling. Sharp sand of the National Geographic Society -

Since pines can't talk they I likely caused roots to form. ect is located in the shade otherwise and steep slopes skin hands. and to Brooks River, 15

suffer in silence and often die I Either you-or Fldo-scratching you will stew the plants Wind-blown ash and pumicean air miles southwest of Lake

that crushed I instead of rooting them.Alaska's hide Grosvenor.
without hinting you dirt or mulch on the lower limbs I excellent insulator,

a vital organ. of a number of plants will result snow, and In Senator Gruening'swords

Four stakes enclosing tiny in plant propagation. Dig. Katmai 1 "Down you go again." KLAIiLKR|\ TUB 'IIUTIT COI'NTY Cot.FLOIUDA liT OF

pines in a safety zone is one ging around plants-such as the 1 On the stlll-steaming side of CHA1CEIIY NO. 47JII

way of protecting the future i 12,760-foot Novarupta, center of I GEORGE COLEMAN DAVIS.
crape myrtle-will cause the, Biggest National I'lain tiff.FHEDERICX"D. ,

shade trees. This will keep you I roots you cut to send up a plant.I I the 1912 holocaust, "you leave I

from inching the whirring lawn I tracks deep as a bear's on the DAIVS.
I
Around hedges are good placesto Monument of All J:>Defendant
mower the.last fatal inch tryIng I putty.like incline. Suddenly one IXOTICIJ TO DEFEND
look for propagation acci I THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
to cut the last sprig of Twice as big as Delaware, foot breaks through and you FHKHEKICA 1>. DAVIS
dents. Birds and squirrels usually
grass. ,' I sink to knees. Perhaps a 4SO S. Ridge Street
take their "loot" to the ,'Alaska's Katmai National Mon. your Southern Pines, N. C.
Carefully remove a ring of sod '' I smoldering caverns lies beneath. You are hereby notified that a
ument far in size all
shade. The left-over seeds of outstrips
around all trees and replace the I I suit has been filed against you In
their meals often become living other United States national NORTH OHMOM) DRAINAKE the above entitled cause; and youare
turf with an inch layer of white DISTRICT hereby required to file your answer -
plants. My best pyrancanthacame parks and monuments. Yet this with the Clerk of this Court.
gravel, or sea shell, will pre- fantastic region of smoking fu- :NOTim OF LAND OWNER1 and to serve a copy thereof uponthe
via the feathered route. MEETIM1
vent shaggy looking grass from plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
maroles, snow-skirted peaks and whose name and address Is:
clinging to tree trunks and will If nature or accidents are not I Notice Is hereby given that a SAMUEL V. HOLCH
sparkling lakes has been visited meeting of the Owners of Land
propagating the plants desire i Ormond 110 N. Third Srteet
you North
dressed situatein the
give your yard a up Palatka. Floridanot
by only about 900 persons lit In VolusU and
District
Sunday look seven days a week. then consider constructinga the last two Flngler Drainage Counties is hereby calledto later than September It, A. D.

The will another' rooting case. Almost any years. be held at the office of the District 106.1.
gravel serve Boulevard If you fall to do so, decree pro
Spurred by recent efforts to at 420 Seabreeze
Instead of the wooden box on knee-high legs Beach. confepBo will be entered against
barking Daytona
I
purpose. 1a\r ru rab: the relief demanded
open the remote area to more ing; In the County you for In the
shins of the trees with the lawn will take the stoop out of the Thursday. August %II, 1963 at 2 o' bill of complaint. The nature of saidsuit
visitors and /the opportunity to
being for divorce.
of electing -
chore. clock P. M. for the purpose
shins
mower you will get your walk restlessly slumber- Supervisors and for any other WITNESS my hand and seal of
barked by flying gravel If you I Construct the case at least among I business that may come before the said Court this 14th day of August -
ing volcanoes Senator Ernest A. D.
meeting.At .
push the mower into the gravel I eight inches deep. Fill with five such election, each and every (Official an6SE. A. SMYTHE

pit. This built-in protection will inches of rooting medium leaving Gruening of Alaska recently acre of land In the District shall Clerk of said Circuit Court
flew and hiked over the region.He represent one share and each own- By Julia R Harvey
save many bleeding trees if you head room for leafy tips er shall be entitled to one vote In Deputy Clerk
reports on his Journey in the or by proxy In Aug. 15-22-29 & Sept. 6-4tcI
hire the cut by someone of the cuttings. signed owned
grass June for each a'rof land
who is interested In Rooting media are plentiful. issue of the National Geo by him In such District. Guardiansmay \ THE CIRCIIT CO!'RT OF
more money
graphic. represent their Wards Executors FI.AKLER COfNTY, FLORIDA
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than trees. Sand is the most widely used and Administrators may represent IN: CHANCERY NO.. 4720
I in Other material Eruptions Rocked Region.. the Estate of deceased persons JOAN QUINTAVALLE.
PropagationSome! cutting cases. Katmai ( and Private Corporations maybe Plaintiff,
folks claim they don't include vermiculite, peat moss, pronounced "cat-my") represented by their officers or v.
I exploded to world attention with duly authorized Agents.It ROBERT QUINTAVALLE.
have good luck in rooting peanut hulls and sawdust. Is ordered that this Notice be Defendant
I one of the biggest bangs in history d once a week for two consecutive I NOTICE TO DEFEND
plants. Now is the time to For your rooting project select {
prove In weeks In the Daytona THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
June, 1912, the region Beach Observer pub- I ROBERT
that Check softwood tips three or four a newspaper QUINTAVALLE
they are around ,
wrong. lished In Volusla Florida 933 South
literally shook itself to pieces County, Fourth Street
your yard and you'll dis- Inches long. Trim the cutting, and The Flagler Tribune a newspaper Llndenhurst New York
three spewing molten rock across the published In Fiagler County, You are hereby notified that a
two
cover that you have propagateda leaving the upper or Florida. Date of first publication suit has been filed against you In

number of plants without half leaves Intact. Next, Insert the landscape. Seething debris pour- August 8, 196S. the above entitled cause: and you
ed over a 42-square-mlle area to By order of I are hereby required to our answer
trying. cuttings Into the rooting medl- BOARD OF SUPERVISORS with the Clerk of this Court
a depth in places of 700 feet V. Guy Day Secretary. and to serve a copy thereof upon

NOTICE or more. Dust, blown high Into -Aug. 8-15-22-itc the plaintiff or plaintiffs rtorney.
of County Commissionersof whose name and address :
Notice li that the Board
IrIorlda. at I the sky caused gloomy days TAX EQUALIZATION MEETING SAMUEL V. HOLCH
Flagler County, will meet on Friday August 23rd. 1961. Notice in hereby given that the
P. Jt at the Flatter County Courthouse, for the purpo.e of hearing and spectacular sunsets In Nova 1982 Tax Roll for Flagler County 110 N. Third Street
Palatka. Floridanot
Budget for the ensuing -
complaint or objections to adoption of the County is
now open for Public Inspectionat
later
fiscal year. Scotia, a continent's width a- the office of D. D. Moody Tax 1962. than September 16, A. D.

C.Board H. COWART.of County Chairman Commissioners, way. Assessor hours. during regular office It you fall to do so. decree. pro

Flagler County, Florida If such Notice Is also confess will be entered a.steel
an eruption had oc- given that the you for the relief demanded in the
ATTEST Board of
Commissioners
County of
II:. A. BMYTHK Clerk curred at New York City, It Flagler County will meet with the 'said b ill of suit complaint The nature of
Board of County Commissioners, would have been County Tax Assessor at live County being for divorce.
heard in Chicago WITNESS hand and
Flagler County, FloridaTENTATIVE Commissioners' room in the Court my seal of
BUDGET FOR FIRCAL YEAR- ENDINGKPTKMBBH T ; and, if winds were right, house, BunnrO. Florida at the hour said Court A. D. 1963.this lath day of August -
M.-1M4 1 of 10-00: A. M. an Monday.fSeptem
GENERAL FUND "' sulphurous fumes could have her D. 1963 for - (Official Seal) E.\. SMYTHE
ESTIMATE OP REVENUES AND RECEIPTS corroded clothes pose jo'dl.tr 1I' apl tatbaenl receiving Clerk of said Circuit Court
Taxes 4.1 mills oo assessed valuation of II.S4I.14I.OO $ ST.56e.66 hanging on the testimony as fo tilt Valueof By 'Julia R. Harvey

Licenses Racing Commission... / _._?:.-.....:::..._......,.._......:::::::::::::- ==.......=::...n..::::: 145,000.00 1,375.00Candidate : : line in Denver according to the as any fixed property, real or personal Assessor, Aug. 15-22-29 & Sept Deputy 6-Itc Clerk

Filing Fees .... ..._. ... .. ... 1,600.00 late Dr. Robert F. Griggs, who of Taxes bindthlor the purpose of
Miscellaneous Receipts ...._.- .:==t..=_?=-... 1,510.00: led a series of National perfecting, reviewing and equalis IN THE: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
Geographic IN AND FOR
ing the assessments, the value of FLAGLER COUN
UI.Ut'.88. Society which shall have been axed the TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.

Less 6% .........................................._............._....._.._...................... t,.t7.51 expeditions to changed by him. by IN THE MATTER OF ;t'HEFRANK
the scene. : County Assessor of Taxes, or ESTATE OF
fllO.flUICa..h I DATED at Bunnell. Florida, this P. DILOER. Deceased.
Carry-over .............._.................__............................. 22,000.00 Today, Senator Gruening writes, 6th day of August A. D. 1963. NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER
the smokes are almost gone. In (Seal) BOARD OF COUNTY OF- ADMINISTRATION
'SOI.6UI COMMISSIONERS OF UNNECESSARY
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES the Valley of Ten Thousand FLAGLER COUNTY All persons having claims or demands -

Anticipated Track total Receipts General to School ExpendituresRace Board -==:::.-=::::::: .::' 9 86,854.0: : g smokes, where Dr. Griggs and By FLORIDA: C. H. Cownrt Chairman P. Dllger against, the the above estate named of Frank decedent -

Reserve General Fund _.. _., __....__. =000.00. his colleagues cooked ATTEST: A. SMYTHE. Clerk are hereby notified that an
Cash Carry-over to cover expenditures Oct./Deo. 1984 ................. 16.000.00 over August 8-15-2tc order of administration unneces
steaming vents and piled blank sIN tla'T been entered by the Hon
S202.454.0S THE CIRCUIT COURT OF K. McKnlght county
ets the hot
on ground to keep FLAIiLER COUNTY FLORIDA Judge; that the total cash valueof

cool at night, there are perhapsa IN CHANCERY NO. 4701 said estate, exclusive of that
THOMAS A. HENNESSEY exempt under the constitution and
dozen smoking fumaroles. Plaintiff, laws of the State of Florida is
ROAD RIRDRK FUND S3.000.00; that the names and
"looking
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND JECEIPTSITaxel about, Senator KATHLEEN A. HENNESSEY addresses of those to whom said

8.4 mills on ",UaUI.OO 11.383.70 Gruening reports, "I realized Defendant estate has been assigned by such
Gasoline and Fuel Taxes ....,. .......... J .......-.....__...... 67100.00 NOTICE TO DEFEND order are as follows:
Other Receipts .w.-..._u._.. ...-- ....._. .............. 100.00 that the dying of the smoke was THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Rebecca Lewis Dllger. Route 1.
-n Box
KATHLEEN A. HENNESSEY 99, Bunneil Fla
86.183.70LeI' I not all a loss. I knew that this c/o New Jersey State Hospital Berthola Rasmussen.; 555S Glen-

6% ......_.._.....___..::........_._.__........................_..:.. .,109.11 cooler phase of the valley's life Hammonton (Ancora), New wood Dated:Avenue 29th Chicago 10. 111.
Jersey this
, \ V day of July, 1963.
ItnUI also interests volcanologists You are hereby notified that Aug/8/ Rebecca Lewis Dllger.

Cash Carry-over ......__.........._._-... ,-.1. .fnwn 1 t +.............. 11.000.00 geophysicists, and other skim the suit above has been entitled filed against you In a 8- -4te __
cause and
tists. More are hereby ; you IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEV
S 94.874.52 important to Kat.mal's required to an ENTH
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE! ewer with the Cleric rlhr.o'B'o JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Salaries, Superintendent and Guard. --.:....__........._.._.. ..........$ 11.HO.OO future (tourists, no longer and to serve a copy thereof upon AND: FOR KLAGLER COUNTY
Free Labor ..__..._......... ........... 29.000.110 do myriad steam clouds the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,, JOHN FLORIDA. EQUITY NO. 4703
Maintenance Buildings & Equipment ___._.-.__.-.....-.._.... 7.01\0.110 hide whose name and address Is: K. FAULHABER.
Materials and Supplies .. ... ... 1 :i the eerie panorama of the val. RAY SELDEN Plaintiff,
New Equipment I ..,.. -----7- :.::: ::::::: :: g8gg: Selden Building LOUISE

Care of Convicts ..___.__.___.__.._..._... ....... ..... 8.000110 Icy. I Daytona Beach Florida FAULHABER,
Miscellaneous Receipts .......__._...__............................. 660.00 Solitude of Mountains not later than August 27, A. D. 196S. :NOTICE TO Defendant.
If you fall to do so, decree pro APPEkM AND
The author describes Katmai confess will be entered against ANSWER
80,410.0 I IN THE
Reserve ........._..........._._....._....._.._____......._......__...... 4,184.5: : as "a vast you for the relief demanded In the OF FLORIDA NAME OF THE STAtE
Cash Carry-over for Oct./Dec. 19.4 ___......._...................-.._..... 10,000.00 solitude of mountains said bill of suit complaint. The nature of TO: LOUISE FAULHABER
I being for divorce
and desert and desolation You are hereby
; WITNESS notified that a
tU7UI a land of snowfields and gla said Court this my ::'ddd..n: :iauf: suit In the has Circuit been brought against you
A D. 1963.Official Court of Flagler
ciers and airy pumice stonesand I ( Seal) E. A. County, FI
SMYTHE 1
FINE FORFEITURE FUND Clerk JOHN K. tHl'JEliquintrft: : \ I
of said Circuit
ESTIMATE OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS deep crevices Court and
; a never-never By Julia R. Harvey you are hereby required to
.
.Ta.xes.I.5 mills file
on S8.S48.148.00Race 20.170.00 personally
Track Receipts .._.........r. _... ...-.. -. .. _......_......_ 6.000.00 land where sun and rain and July 25 & Deputy Clerk with the Clerk of or said by Court attorney .
Fines & Forfeitures .............__...______....._.....-.. 10.000.00 Aug. 1-8-16 Itc written defenses If any to your the ;
IN THE COI'NTY JUDGE* complaint In said suit on or be-
I 6U10.00 IN COURT fore the lilt day of I
Less 6.*" ............;..._........_.___ .._......._............_.. 1.1tl.60 3br JFlaglrr arUnmrBUNNELL. TY AND YI.cnun.rItOBATf.FOR FLACSLER] COUN NO. 1963 and also to serve August a copy A. D.of
I In Re: Estate of ;your written defenses upon Messrs. I
63,076.5 WALTER Otslnsky A Krol,
Cash Carry-over ..............._..._. .._................_...... 14.000.0: : 0 FLORIDA Deceased. BANKOWSKI, Plaintiff at their office Attorneys address for at i I
411 Main Street Daytona
CITATION Beach.
S C7.07C.50 The State of Florida to CASIMER "Florida on or before the list day
ESTIMATE OF EXPENDITURES BANKOWSKI. whose residence of August, A. D. 1963 as required
Salaries Sheriff Deputies and Assistants .._, .1t.100.GO MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor address Is 197 Dlckerson and by Florida Rules of Court and
Sheriffs Expenses other than salaries . UIOO.OG'Rherlff' Newark, New Jersey Street herein fall not or Decree Pro Con-
Reserve ...._.........._.. .. 1.1111.08 LAW HENRY BANKOWSKI., and BROIS- lasso and Final Decree will be
Conviction ..,.,. ,. ,. .... residence and whose entered against
-- 5,000.0 Ueels; d OttHal address Is State by default
Other rreid.FP; :::.. .._. ._ ...... . 2,000.0: C Plltl. ony Woodbine New Jersey, Col and wh/chtsald lof
salt
Dehn
f.r P-klle ]f.tleea .t Flatter all other persons concerned: has initi uted
Is
17no.00 I You are hereby notified the Circuit Court Seventh Ju-
County Reserve ....._____ ._ 1.7".10 Cra-ty 111ww1e1Niltles therein petition has been filed in said that a dicial Circuit of Florida. In and
Cash Carry-over tTbctAee. 1964 ..... __ ..__ 1.000.00 I awl the. State .f FUrMa praying for the assignment court of for ,*Flagler, and County, Florida, In
dower on behalf of JADWIOA that the title of said
I 17.071.50 BANKOWSKI. widow of Walter cause You Is as herelnabove/ set forth.
I Bankowskl. Deceased and are further notified that the
Entered as second class; matter hereby you are nature of aW
I required to file your written divorce Ult U suit forWITNESS
FLAHLER rot'NTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT February (. 1112. at the defenses thereto within forty days :
Tax Assessment 1.' mills on SS.S4S.148.00 I 11.167.00 postofflce after the first publication or postIng office ; mr hand and seal of
at Bunnell, Florida under act of hereof. Should you fall there day of at July AV'fiTs-th" 25th
In. decree will b.
ASSESSED MTLLAGE LAST YEAR UO March 2. 1S7C. course upon said petition.entered in due EMIL A. SMYTHE. as Clerk of*.
the
ASSF.SSED MILLAaU ENSUING TEAR 11.00 WITNESS my hand and the seal Circuit Court of Flagler, .
(6.00 mills increase of said Court County Florida .
represents '''.80e.00 additional at Bunnell. Flagler
Race Track receipts to School Board One year -_SIM County Florida, this 2Srd day of OSSINSKY(Clrr.lt Crt teal) Ot "
EAST FI.AOt.EH MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT July A. D. 1143. A KROL 7

J.5 mills on S4.919.266.00 .........uo.................... -S 14.0C7.S91 Sis month -_S1.2S T. K. MCKNIGHT Solicitors for Plaintiff

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rnone inventors wlldered little girl identified ob In .
her
book,
"Make
I jects and 'even volunteered a l Sound," Helen E. Wake describes a Joyful nerts leering quest In 1862, and ex-j l I Dr. Howe said May Could do
offered
Wife few him
Overcame words. But she could no encourage-1 i the .
not t the steps-first faltering, then j same. Talk-talk-talk to
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hear. "You
May cannot retain !
tore
I at her her
patents'hearts confident i
Early Deafness when she said perplexed the -that May took from speech, Mr. Hubbard," they said.I I other
baffling
''ly," world of silence "She will be dumb '
"Why don't the birdies In three
,
i and her watching
Mabel Hubbard Bell, wife and''me I j I sing"? Why don't you talk to the Inventor subsequent of the telephone.life with months'nd It because she cannot hear I' And teach her by your vibration.lips.
by
Inspiration of Alexalnder Gra f ? some chance she did Have her feel throat
your the
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bel
ham Bell, Recites Hubbard was the learn to produce words, her
early In life learned I Psalm I cat's purr-the piano. And make
i du"h''er' of voice
the meaning of the' Twenty The Hubbards never were Hubbard, Boston Gardiner Greene),.........-1.would_. be_. worse, than the.aiicwu ; her talk.ft
Third Psalm. I sure that May understood them. a lawyer and, vi a oiraiu locomotive. Trying i Times .
I philanthropist who was the first* ;
Four-year-old They feared that the Illness had I Unsatisfied, Mr. Hubbard turned The task was not easy. Neither
"May" Hubbard I1 i affected her brain. Geographic !II to Hamuel Howe, director of May' :
walked through Then one?, of I parents cared,'jater' to
the I I
valley of day as Mrs. Hubhard I'i i the Perkins Institution for speak of those
the was read I the difficult,, months.
shadow was determined
of 'death I I that his .
when sh Jlng) the daugh- Blind. Dr. Howe, with Mr. Hubbard
Twenty-third Horace "At
suffered Psalm toi II i ter should once said, first
a virulent attack of I May, the I not spend her life In I I'Mann, had written I I
scarlet fever. ; winsome girl Joined In1 silence and a classic our little girl was very unwil
The ; Isolation. i
disease destroyed :as her mother read, "And ;port about the German re.j' ling to talk," and Mrs.
her good i l Mr. Hubbard .Hubbard
hearing. I I I sought teachers/I'where deaf
ness
and children wrote
mercy shall followe spoke an to a friend, "What
Coaxed by her mother, the be-' me ." May did I who could help his daughter re I understand. tam reading I
her
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FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, SUE:W.' LOK1PA --
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PHONE INVENTOR'SWIFE new schooL Books Are My DishBy Nor everybody Widow.working" Looking, I cried around, "Me.at I. Music

The sign language advocates thinks the author of the Haunt I
OVERCOME were carrying the day until Mr. ( Dorothy Roman) I ed Book Shop must be here Tennessee StyrFRIDAY

EARLY DEAFNESS Hiibbard called on his daughterto Operation Bookworm Rufus looking for new TRADE Winds. 9 P. M. till

(Continued from page 3) speak to the members of the Vtlller, longtime Navy man, and If there are ghosts, he will be SATURDAY 9 P. M. till
committee. now postmaster at Flagler here, I know." I was being
easy life you lead! How free "They plied her with ques Beach, both surprised and delighted Elizabethan. Morley had that I LETTER OF MAftQUE

from care compared to mine." tions in history end geography, the Board of the' Flagler effect. "Stop talking to yourselfand COCKTAIL LOUNGE

"But then, gradually, the tide and gave her simple problemsin Woman's Club Library (Thurs give us a hand with (these" I' & RESTAURANT
writes. arithmetic," Miss Waite days 1:004:30) with a poster shelves. Don't you ever work
Waite
had turned, Miss So. of MarineUnd
writes: "May's answers were that he had designed and made "Not if t can avoid Morley| 5 Miles
pocqsapun: ' and more of what was being prompt, while her whole face himself for showing where started The Three +'
said to her. She used words lit with eagerness. . Library is. The posters I makeire Lunch Club.. Hark-tis Thunder! :
reada more subtle-a nice way of Another coincidence to add to
and even sentences more freely "Opening a book, May
and clear need a compass anda collection;" Don't you Us- I
and voluntarily, even adding to page or two easily laying you my
her vocabulary words she hadn't ly. Something like awe seemedto Geiger Counter for finding the ten to the weather reportstormsin I P. ALFORD
Most where the Library is. the north, east!" "But it's
known before her illness. She drop over the room. directions Registered
I
and responslbe of the committee had sudden Mr. Miller's poster is an exampleof THUNDER ON THE LEFT. "So
was a happy
member of the family once difficulties with their spectacles. the style is the man. Decks what. It's from Bunnell. But if I Real Estate Broker

. cleared for action and hull of you turn around It will be on I I
more.
granted a I barlncles, I e. ink blots. The sit your right! "You spoil sports BunntlL Florida
Mary True, a devoted teacher, The Legislature School the I nation is well In hand and the you realists, I know Morley is
Clarke
then (took over May's education, i charter Deaf still for carrying on its vital [information as terse and direct here-"Lookout, you almost sent
her firmly Into the< the bookshelf out ont the
drawing Northampton!, Mast ai that roared from quartet that
hearing world. "She was 11f i I work an Another bill: providedfor deck. lawn. Go home. You'll wreck HASTINGS MATTRESS

teacher for three years," Mrs chusetts.teaching deaf children at Hand designed Bookplates the place." But on Monday, & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

Bell later recalled, "and my; Clarke and other schools how painted In water color will be someone who had listened to 710-12 Lemon St.

friend for all time." W speak and lip read. The victory placed in books given to the Library me, brought me. the Sunday Palatka Florida
in of persons, or and asked me to read
In 1867, when she was nine< was complete1 memory newspaper Phone EA 5-9166
old, May ttubbarct proved ttlrcole of Speech for some special reason. That book column The Reading Furniture Upholstering
! years she had learned her lesson! when shcf was 13: Mabet flub Last Saturday was L Day. tt Lamp. It began with a reference Repaired & Refinished

well. She was the star witness bard visited Germany with her looked like behind the scenes to Morley and his best sell Mattresses ,& Box Springs
at a state legislative hearing. mother Evert the directors othdv with stage.sets being rolled ,f into er ((21 editions! ) THE HAUNTED Made.0 Order Also Renovated
committee of th ;d German schoolsfor place for Act I. THE LIBRARY.To BOOKSHOP.. I qultely added Call Laura rtorrls 4373233
A special coincidence to collection After M P. M.
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Legislature was the deaf were amazed. 1 think of the theatre and of this my :
Massachusetts no German child in any to conjured thoughtsof Morley was there! PRICES REASONABLE..
considering a proposal for a new tell you: books is up BUDGET PLAN IT NEEDED.
deaf.. Witnesses oral school can match her In [ Christopher Morley for whom
,school for the I Just as nea* as your
doubted that deaf children coulc any way-speech or I t did some literary research Tribune Phone;ot Pot Office
be taught to speak and Mad reading, or everyday knowledge, ,while he was busy getting over Subscribe to Th Flagltr R -. Drop Us A Card or Call

lips, and a strong faction wanted one director said. "It Is a true most of New York to laugh t and $2.50 A Teen :a Advance I Free Pick-up,&: Delivery

sign language taught at the miracle." I thrill hi Hoboket. over his revival ,, ..
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When Mabel was of the melodrama

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ham Belt,td improve' her speech CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
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i vile Bell. It was a system of a great inventor, Dr. JOHN Assodatt

ANNOUNCESBeginning graphic symbols representing Bell always considered himselfa AIR OXYGEN

(the position of speech organs In teacher of the 'deaf. Until CONDITIONED LADY.,.L., I EQUIPPED
making different sounds. deaths, he and Mrs.,Bell together ATTENDANT j AMBULANCES
September 7th Professor and pupil felt ir) labored to help fulfill the Bibl CHAPEL

His Oflice Will Be Closed love. Mabel married Bell in 1871 cat prophecy that the "ears of Phone ID 7-3532
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when she was 19, a year .
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CONSERVATION I Daily Exercise

I Held Essential
BTTilmon
NEW SHELTON'S GROCERY
W. Bohinson i Although '50 mile hikes" and

U.S. Soil Conservation Service "rigorous exercise campaigns"are
SCD I not practical for the 40 houra "Your
Supervisors of the Flagler Friendly Co-op Store"
week worker, research Is beginning -
will be among the more than
.to suggest a daily dose
200 District Supervisors representing r of voluntary exercise. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET
Florida's 59 Soil and

::' Water Conservation Districts j According to Dr. R. B. French i; QUANTITY RIGHTS PRICES GOOD ,
!1M when they convene in Jacksonville biochemist with the Florida Agricultural ; THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
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.i' this week, August 14-16, I Experiment Stations, RESERVED -
,a I their 18th annual meeting. each advance in scientific ted1. "S AUGUST 15-16-17, 1963
f' j"for;; Senator John E. Matthews of nology and Industrialization has:
; Florida's 18th Senatorial District tended to reduce our physical I!
f will address the Supervisors at labor. ,
their opening session Thursdaymorning. "Unlike any previous society,j] S
we enjoy a level of living that, :
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville depends primarily upon the use j' a
P will welcome the non. of machines," emphasizes Dr. ,
salaried public officials to the French. "We no longer get the
city.Robert amount of physical exercise that I
N. Morris of Tampa, man had been accustomed to for
President of the Florida Association I
many centuries, he adds. I
of Soil and Water Conservation For Insight information into
District Supervisors a dilemma stemming from our I
(FACD), will preside over the, "lap of luxury" existence, French
h administrative session. suggests a glance at recent
"The theme of our meeting'army draft data. Last July 16,-
t
this year is 'conservation opportunities 000 men were examined and 9-
,in the race for land and 000, 58 per cent were rejected.
water ,space,'" Morris said. "To Women usually live longer
day we are faced with an ever and show less coronary heart
increasing need for more land disease than do men. This also Flavor Aged CHUCK FLAVOR AGED
and water for Industrial expansion may be due to the regular exercise
for more homes, for which women get while .
highways and for recreational working around the home. RoastH 3JK SIRLOIN STEAK 89e
s; developments. At the same time, Dr. French points out that our
;,: we need to conserve enough good luxurious living has brought us ROUND STEAK Lb
land and water for our vitally face to face with other difficult CHUCK S 8geSteak
Important agricultural crops." dilemmas, some of which are Lb.
Highlights of Friday's sessionis i tending to cause unfavorable 49$ RIB STEAK Lb 69c
the Annual Statewide Soil changes In our food habits,
Conservation Speech Contest. For example, the relationship
This year's contest will feature between cholesterol and heart ALL MEAT FAMILY STEAK'Lb6geSTEW
eight area winners, high school disease has resulted In some "
T students who have already demo I claims that we should cut downon Lb. I
onstrated their speaking ability our Intake of animal pro. 69 FRESH OCEANMULLET
., by winning out over hundredsof : tein, eggs and dairy products, Lb. For
contestants in their respective :the very foods nutritionists have WORLD'S BEST >>
areas of the state. The been urging people to increasein
+ Flagler District's own Barbara their diets. Long before the Ground 3
Smythe, Bunnell High School .cholesterol question was voiced, Beef $119| SHRIMP 79C
Senior barely, missed being in it was known that our intakeof Lbs
' the state contest when she good protein; vitamins, suchas
placed a very close second in "A" and Riboflavin; and the
the area contest last May. bone building mineral calcium, "
In keeping with the increased needed to be Increased. : d, I WE SAY IT WITH SAVINGS I
a interest In the small watershed Animal: products such as beef, GhRi'
program In Florida, the subjectof eggs and milk are the prime
this year's speech contest is sources of the best proteins. The Van Camp 2% Can Blue 'Seal Solid
"Development of Resources elimination of these Important & DEANS
Through Small Watersheds." foods from the diet, Dr. French 5 L.. PORK OLEO.. Zge
+. Soil and Water Conservation suggests would be doing away 4S 2 49c ;
Districts now cover more than with a main source of protein, Bag Gordy'sSALT
29 million acres of Florida land. vitamins, and calcium. The solution Each
One of the Flagler District's to these national physical Fcod King 12 Oz geCATSUP ,

Supervisors, Alfred TUcker, is problems Is one of classical simplicity Armour Vieanna
also a member of the State As. avoid food fads, eat less MAXWELL HOUSE For
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Lyman Cage residence on the means chairman, announces aI I .
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miles north of the Flagler Beach day, August 21, beginning at 11 PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS.

pier Saturday, August 24 between P. M. at the club house. August 15.16.17, 1963 RESERVED
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Florida Grade "A" D & D W STERN CORN FED
refreshments will also be served.
Dividend Project of the Flagler
Woman's Club has a hamburgerfry. I The regular donation will be Whole Only CENTER CUT
taken at the door and proceedswill

mortgage The proceeds: Misses go for Emily the club and j I I tenance.be used for the club's main FRYERS 2 9< Pork Chops. 69

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most mortgage money. and specialized, clinical PICNICS 39 89CL
The amounts made by each
ing work was done in courisel'l
is secret until
team being kept of counseling the
the contest ends the first meetIng .

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Butlers were Ben Butler Can.non CaN Bag
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grandson and Dennis Clay. I to
sightseeing trips pointsof
Ben and pennis will ,enjoy a interest In this area. Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
two week visit in Atlanta.

GA GIRLS ATTEND MEETINGThe 4 Oz. Can Lyke's Vienna j 611a Oz.; Can Star Kut2V2 ,

COMMUNITY CHURCH the First Juniot Baptist Girls Auxiliary Church at.ol Sausage For $100 : For W '

Sunday School is at 9:45 A.M. I.tended the St Johns River As- TUNA 3 '89
with classes for all ages and sodational meeting at :Ancient
worship hour is at 11 o'clock 14 Oz.
Argo
with Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. (Continued on Page 10) J 12 Oz. Holsom


Catsup 2Fflr29< Peanut Butter Each 33'

CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH POLICY FOR CON-

NECTIONS TO THE CITY'S WATER DISTRIBUTION Can ShurfinePeaches I

SYSTEM, EFFECEIVE AUGUST 1, 1963 F'r 21/s Can Food King
BY ACTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION 4 $1
For
1. Water customers presently served by the existing system PEARS 3
will not be affected by this policy provided. such cus. Limit Four Please Tww
tomers remain connected to the system.

2. Former water customers who are not now served by the 303 Can DelMonte '303 Green Giant Golden
existing system may reconnect to the system by payment
of a $20.00 meter replacement charge, provided this chargeis I For
paid on or before August 31, 1963. PEAS 5 $100 CORN 6 For $1 <"0>

3. Potential water customers who have never been con
nected to the existing system may connect to the system, I
provided: 46 Oz.ORANGE.

i A. The property to be served has a building whereon LARGE SIZE

I !: and; is immediately adjacent to an existing waterline HI C DRINKS 3 For 89C F A B BOX j>5e

I j B. The meter deposit and connection charge are paid Limit Two Please
. to the City. 46 Oz.
STOKELY'S New Miracle Formula
? 4. If an existing, former or potential water customer disconnects 409 Spray
, or Is disconnected from the water system at any TOMATO
! i I time on or after September 1, 1963, an additional charge JUICE 4F.r, Joo CLEANER 59*
of $2.00 per net front foot shall be made against the Limit Four
i! property and a $25.00 meter replacement charge shall Save 30c
1 be paid to the City before water service is restored. This
\\1 II i : additional charge of $2.00 per net front foot shall be PRODUCE DEPARTMENT P
made only once. iioo
100
I ;5. New customers applying for a connection to the existing .
water system after August 31, 1963 shall pay thei BANANAS Pound
meter deposit and connection charge and the additional 10c S & H GREEN STAMPS
charge of $2.00 per net front foot of the property served.
i Thompson Pound With this and
J to the water distribution lines GRAPES coupon your
i 16.. All property adjacent Seedless 23c
constructed under the 1963 water supply improvement $10.00 or More Food
; program will be assessed at $2.00 per front foot. Solid For Order
LETTUCE
.J7. Customers applying for a connection to the new system Head 2 33e
i will pay the meter deposit and connection charge. Coupon expires Wed. 8-21

$ terminates his water service for
18. If any customers any
cause, he shall pay a =.00,meter replacement charge 50 EFRERE 50 50 FTEE
( before service is restored. 50 50 EXTRA FREE 50

9. Each customer will be billed monthly in accordance s & H GREEN STAMPS;:s & H GREEN STAMPS
with the City's water rate schedule, even though no .. s H GREEN STAMPS
water is used by the customers. Withthhcouponandyour With this
coupon and
'10. Customers who are away from the City several months Purchase of One Pkg. Purchase of One 10 your Lb. With this coupon and TOUT
each year may want the water cut off to protect the Super Gilette Blade- I Purcha.e of Four SvIvanU
property In case of leaks etc., and this may be done, 15 Blade Pkg. $1.00 < Bag Charcoal Briquettes {
but he must pay the minimum charge each month even Light Globes
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I white tapers. Assisting with DURRANCE-GIDDENS FRIENDLY CIRCLE

I serving were Miss Patricia Michele MEETS TONIGHT
The of Miss Marsha
Miss Bunny Woodruff and marriage WITH MRS. ATKINSONMrs.
Elaine Durrance to Robert Old-
I Miss Sandra Camp, all of At Harry Atkinson will be
dens has been announced. The
I
lanta. hostess tonight to members of
bride is the of Everette
LOCALS The brides book was kept by daughter the Friendly! Circle of the First
I Durrance of Bunnell. The groomis
Miss Josie Smith, Atlanta. Methodist Church, the meeting
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch
to be held at 8 o'clock All
i Later a cnampane receptionwas Giddens, also of Bunnell.
members and friends Invitedto
DONNA LASSITER illusion which fell from a pink at the home of Mr. and Mrs. The couple were married In a| attend the meeting are at her

satin rose. She carried a cascadeof I William George Lassiter, the quiet ceremony at the office of home. .
LEW WADSWORTH pink roses and carnations. brides parents. I County Judge T. K. McKnight at

EXCHANGE VOWS Bridesman were Miss Carolyn Florida guests attending the seven o'clock Saturday night.
Lamb, Atlanta, Miss Ann Wells, wedding and reception in addition Judge McKnight officiated In the MARSHA DURRANCE '

Donna Celeste Lassiter, daughter Mrs. Thomas Fitzpatrick Jr., to the grooms parents were: single ring ceremony. HONORED WITH '

of Mr. and Mrs. William Atlanta. Their dresses and headdresses Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clegg, Mr. Following the ceremony a reception A SHOWER '," '

George Lassiter, Atlanta, Ga., were identical to that of and Mrs. Dave Perryman, Mr. was held at the new Miss Marsha Durrance was

and Lewis Edward WadsworthIII the maid of honor. They carried and Mrs. P. A. Edmonson, Rep. home of the couple. The wedding honored with a miscellaneous

son of Mr. and Mrs. LewisE. identical cascades of pink earS and Mrs. William Wadsworthand cake, which was designedby shower Friday afternoon at the

Wadsworth II, Bunnell were nations. daughters Willehmenla and Mrs. June Dodgen, was cut home of Mrs. Pearl Woods.

married' Saturday, August 3 at I The mother of the bride worea Gail, all of Bunnell; Mr. and and served by Pearl Woods, auntof Hostesses were Mrs. Woods,

2 p. m. at the West Minister turquoise chantilly lace with Mrs. Brady Wadsworth, Jesup, the bride. Pictures were made I Mrs. Gertrude Giddens, and Miss

Presbyterian Church, Atlanta. I a Sabrina-type neckline. The Ga. who are vacationing at by Mrs. Frances Arnold, sisterof Connie Durrance.The .

A program of wedding music waistline was accented with a Flagler Beach; Miss Virginia the bridegroom. bride-elect received many

was presented by Mrs. Boland soft cummerbund of chiffon and Wadsworth, formerly of Bunnell After a short honeymoon the beautiful gifts. The hostesses

McLaughlin with Mrs. John the sheath skirt was street and now of Bolder, Colo., Mr. couple will reside in one of the served tempting refreshments to
'
Hunter as soloist. length. Her hat was of soft petjals and Mrs. Henry Cook, Fernan- L. B. Bratcher,subdivision homes. their guests.

Given In marriage by her i of matching material witha dina; Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth,

father, the bride wore a floor silk illusion face veil. She Hawthorne, Mr. and Mrs. William Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moody,

length gown of silk taffeta witha wore matching accessories.The O'Neal, Ormond Beach; Dr. Knight during the past weekendwas I III, and family left last weekendfor

beauteau neckline and calla bridegrooms mother and Mrs. Reddin Britt, St. Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Joiner Governors Island, N. Y.
wore I ustine. I where he will be stationed. He
lily point sleeves of Alencon mocha colored silk shantung and children of Tampa.

lace. The skirt was soft bell sheath with a lace jacket fashioned I The bride chose for her going They were accompanied by I recently returned from Loas,

controlled of silk taffeta, and a with elbow length sleeves. away dress a moss green and Rebecca Durrance, daughter of Thailand, and Okinawa wherehe

wide panel falling from the Her chapeau was a beige and I white color crepe tunic sheath. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Durrance, force.was stationed with the Air-

shoulder. line formed a chapel Moca flower petals. Her flowers She wore white accessories and who had visited in Tampa with

length train. A three tiered was a corsage of Talisman roses.I her corsage was a white orchid. relatives during the past week. The family visited here with
fingertip veil of silk illusion fell his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
I The groom had as best man, The bride and groom are both
from a matching bow centered DeWayne Metts left duringthe Moody, and other members of
Jack Godwin, Athens, Ga. Seniors at the University of
with a V shaped insert of seed weekend for a two weeks the family.
Groomsmen were Donald Neal, Georgia. Wadsworth is majoringIn
pearls embroidered Alencon camp at Columbus, Ga., with
Millageville, Ga., Bill Lassiter, business administration and
lace.. She carried a cascade bo Atlanta I the National Gaurd.L. I Raleigh Greene of Houston,
Buddy Dallas, Lincoln. his bride is majoring in English
of white and Texas Is here with his!
jasmine visiting
quet roses l
ton, Ga., Spence Stork Jr., Charlotte Literature. After a ten day tour :
fashioned with tulle and white N. C.Following H. Drady is in Columbus> sisters, Diane and Isabel Green,
of Trinidad and the British West
satin: I Georgia visiting with his son and also his uncle and aunt,
Indies they will reside in Athens
the wedding a reception and daughter In law. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brooks.
Miss Dianne Hunter of De- where they will resume their
was in the church par.
catur maid of honor. She studies.Mr. .
was lor. The brides table was covered Mrs. A. A. Morse and sons,
wore a ballerina length gown of with white satin and helda YOUNG ADULTS Eric and Arnold, arrived last

champagne pink silk taffeta. three tiered cake topped witha MEET FOR ICE week for an extended visit with
The bodice of Alencon lace featured and Mrs. Andy Yelvington CREAM PARTY
wedding bell and a minature her father, George Kielb. The
a modified sabrina neck bride and groom. and t sons have moved to the Ten families of the young family have spent the past

line and elbow length sleeves. Dawson home in Colony Park adults of the Methodist Church three years In Dublin Irland

The bell shaped skirt fell froma The punch tables were covered subdivision. Mr. and Mrs. Yel- met Sunday afternoon at the where Mr. Morse is stationed'

natural waistline banded with with pink satin centered witha vington are owners of the new home of Mr. and Mrs. George with the U. S. Armed forces.
velvet sash and back streamers.Her crystal punch bowls and crystal Land 'n Sea Fashions apparel Clegg for a homemade ice cream ,

headdress was a veil of silk candlestick holders with shop here. party (Continued on Pace 10))

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,: .- - They'll reduce the heat 1 1Inp. U your house is still in the i of Agriculture has declared Cu- tody and immediately report

Want Ways To by 70 to 75 per cent coming I planning stage, see that there's I ba to be a foot-and-mouth dis- any condition which might be
through windows. Awnings with an overhang or extension on the ease country, Howard Taylor suggestive of foot.and-mouth
\ Beat The Heat? open sides are more effective south wall. In addition, selecta I county agricultural agent, has disease, such as vesicles or sores
than those with closed sides; light colored roof. Use light. advised cattle owners here. In the mouth or feet:, to the
,
Looking for ways to beat the" light colored awnings are better colored shades, draperies, and He said: In view of the close nearest state or federal regula-
: heat? Here are some tips to than dark ones. blinds. I geographical proximity of, Florida tory veterinarian if possible, or
r make it more comfortable during "Following these tips will to this communist dominated to either of these offices: C. L.
If live in an area where
hot summer days, according I you make your summer more en. I country and the constant Campbell, director division of
install
the nights are cool an I I
to A. M. Pettis, engineer with animal Industry, Tallahassee, or
; attic fan to draw cool night air joyable, Pettis says. I stream of refugees arriving in
the Agricultural Extension Serv John B, Healy, veterinarian In
y'. into the living area. Use window I II I this state, our livestock Indus-
ice.Plant exhaust fans if you don't I Cuba Declared try faces. a grave danger throughthe 'charge animal disease eradication
and ;
trees
deciduous I accidental division, Jacksonville Fla.
possible introduction-
attic fan. I
the west and have an I .
shrubs along
or deliberate-of foot-
south sides of the house to, Louver or bar screens will .reduce Foot and Mouth I
and-mouth disease. I Machu Picchu, the fabulous
I the heat 90 cent
shade it from the hot rays of! per
the sun. Keep plantings away through south windows not otherwise Disease SourceThe "It is urgently requested that| lost city of the Incas, once contained
from the house so they don't I shaded. They are 55 to I livestock owners and practicing I an amazing system of
i veterinarians maintain a close terraced farms where potatoesand !
shut off the breeze. 75 per cent effective for east and Agricultural Research I
Install metal or canvas awn. I west windows. Service of the U.S. Department, vigil of animals in their cus. other root. crops were grown.
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.(Coupon Void After August 17, 1963. Pkg. Bottle 39. *
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(1) Giant Size COLGATE'S TOOTH PASTE
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with this coupon and purchase of
(1) 15 cL pkg. GILLETTE SUPER BLUE BLADES OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
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fAtlF..TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 16, 1968

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i. r .. i Murdock's parents of ClermontRev. ANIMALS BELIE BEHAVIORThe

: d3eacIz Murdock was pastor of! behavior of some animals
Jlagle I IMEMBER"
the First Methodist Church about belies their reputations. In bat

1947 to 1950 and Mrs. Murdockwas tle, a wolf will not slay another

(O&ntlnuedfrnm page 6) (Continued from Page 7) II a member of the Bunnell wolf that offers its necek In a

City Baptist Church in St. Augus Buddy Barrow, son of Mr. and : School Faculty. Their daughterwas I gesture of submission. But a
born during their pastorate BY 1/Le6U7i dove, the legendary harbingerof
tine last Monday.The Mrs. Claude Barrow of Bunnell, I
morning session was de has received a new rating with peace, will ruthlessly peck to

voted to singing, a devotionalby I the U.S. Air Force, that of,Air \! From Kirs. II. Leland, Brlre- death a helpless opponent
lyn, Minnesota: 1 remember quilt
the pastor of the host church, man second class. He Is attend here.CLASSIFIED I washing day as a day of great
followed by conferences for the ing Radar training school at fun and excuenunt

,, various officers. Keesler Air Force Base. We lived near one of the North
Following the lunch, the after I ern Minnesota clear, sandy-bot

noon session consisted of election Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Fuller of tom lakes. On a clear, sunny and
for both Junior ADS warm day in early summer, the R psS
oLipfflcers I Panama City, Florida, were M
grownups would! have us carry
Intermediate auxiliaries.Miss .
and l guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. LUttaar ..<.* tkUB ....... an rocks for a fire place! and waterto
Joyce Robinson was elect I Fuller Friday to Monday.Mr. "... per w.... vaekn ta..rt/.. fill] the boiler placed on the
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.t. mlalMBm chare*
of the Inter. "
ed vice president rocks.A .

,. mediates. and Mrs. Lee Blakely left ZIGZAG SEWING MACHINE wooden tub would be partly

Rev. Paul Carmichael, pastorof Monday for a short vacation to Repossed due to, unfortunate circumstance filled with warm water made

Ancient City Baptist Church,: points in Tennessee. 63 model, perfect condition sudsy with good homemade soap. Prompt Service
A In this tub and
talk to I quilt was placed
.' gave a vety Inspiring I makes buttonholes, sews the children would take turns
the girls in which he advised Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. on buttons, embroideries and stomping the quilt in the tub with I PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH U.

1 them to widen their friendships i I Fuller today are Mrs. D. M. monograms, darns patches, and : our bare feet Then, two children

; and he challenged them to be I Hughes: of Homerville, Ga. ,and etc. Assume remaining pay. at each end, the quilt would be The Flagler Tribune

different in their talk and in her daughter, Mrs. Richard McGee ments of $6.50 a month. Phone wrung out by twisting the ends.

their dress, and to concentrate:I and young daughter, Cindy, Credit Manager, CL 3-8106, Day Next, the quilt was placed in Phone IDlewood 7.3282
the shallow and
water
on,winning the approval of God. of Neptune Beach. The Hughes tona Beach. 8-15-3tc I someone
would it again. Then it
stomp on BunnelL Florida
.
Those attending were: Janet former residents of Bunnell
are --- ----
would be taken to deeper water
p- Haines, Doris Burns, Cathy Dun. I II and Mrs. McGee is the former BARGAIN 6x9 vinyl coated for a good rinsing. Finally, it was I

," can, Susie Duncan, Barbara Miss Eula Jane Hughes. fiber rugs, green tweed. Like wrung out again and placed on PETERSON TEXACO

Bross, Faye Hutcheson, Joyce new, used one season. Sell half ropes strung between two trees. SERVICE

Robinson, Carol Kirkpatrick,I I Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McGriff price. Both $16.00. Call HE 9-2277 Quilt-drying in the process, the

r Eleanor Shill, Vicki Moore and I and daughter, Cheryl, left Friday between 7.9 P. M. 8-15-ltp children could run around under ROAD SERVICE

Kent, Accompanyingthe I for vacation to of them playing games. Light Mechanical Work
Marjorie a points
Sometimes would float
CLOSEOUT SALE-All 42.48 in. a quilt
J. girls were Mrs. A. F. Stevens II I the Carolinas, Tennessee, and Drapery Fabric, 79 cents yard. out to deeper water and there was Phone 437-3441 Bunnell

and Mrs. Henry Shill. visits also in Washington, D. C much excitement getting it back.
I Cloth Shop, 539 So. Ypnge St. on
with Mr. McGriffs sister The thick quilts made of carded
i I U.S. 1, Ormond Beach. Fla. wool and tied with wool yarn were I TV SERVICEALL

MrU and Mrs Dan Johnson of I II I 8.15.4tp beautiful They came out so nice
Mrs. Daisy Walker Miss Lu
Vandenburg Air Force Base, that it seemed this' was the natural
with Mr. cille Walker, Mrs. Virginia High, FOR SALE-Small electric refrigerator wall to i*'..in them, MAKES
Calif., visited briefly and Mrs. Claude Barrow, were ; single iron bed com (-,n, "","'rl*'' s I* .",. ..lum. Agent For
and Mrs. Jack Meekins last .. The O'lt .u....,, B.. I", Ff.Bkf.rl,
in DeLand Friday evening for plete with spring and mattress.. I ",,'.ell,.,
week' while en route to West
the commencement exercises at Very cheap. Call HE 92093. RCA & PHILCO
Palm Beach. Mr. Johnson, who LARGEST MAN-MADE LAKE
p Stetson University. Mrs. Walk.ers's August 15ltcWANTED
was recently discharged from Lake Kariba in Africa's Federation TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLO

the Air Force, Is the nephew, of grandson' B.'S., Russell Walker, Waitress, apply at of Rhodesia and Nyasa. AND INSTALLED
I If (received Tils Degree.
Mrs'Meekins, .and will be em." Malphurs Restaurant on U. S. land will be the largest manmade .
,f f ployed by Pratt Whitney Aircraft ,'1 II Highway 1 at corner of Palm. lake in the Western worldin TUBES. TESTED FREETV
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rodgers ,
i Beach. "' ;, 1963. Created dam
West
Co.n Palm 8-15-ltc by a across -
and children, Lady and Jay, and
the Zambesi River Kariba
BobFLAGLER
r da.Ugh.1 I Barbara Jean Pache, are vacationing WANTED Cook or waitress.
:Mrs/ Henry 'ShU'1 and I will cover 2,000 square miles and
( at Crooked Lake
near AlA
Murdock Snackland, North ,
hold four times much
as wateras
ters Eleanor Elaine Fralley, '
/.I, and Lake Wales this! week. near Anlmaland. Call HE 9.2146 BEACH
attended the Klem-Prultt wed Lake Mead; the United States'largest
Also vacationing' there this S.15Ire''I. :' i HONE HE 9.2204
ding In Port Orange last Satur.: week are former residents, Mr.land :artificial body of water.

t.\:! day evening1. Miss Fralley assisted '::' 'Mrs.'Thomas ('Gresham and SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain -

', In Serving at the. 'reception. son 'Larry, of"T' mpa. II fields Installed; snail shell. Rea. ..._. "
Miss Frailey and the ' sonable prices. Call George Ja- ... -

.. newly'weds' are,all employed by FORMER PASTOR.. roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf Wrecker'Service: 24 Hour ,. . ',, ', ., \' *
I : 10.
Beach Police Station ', ,
Daytona ; VlSmS HERS : ', I I
groom ;; HELP WANTED-Couple to run j I' : '
I the being an officer, I l. "
Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Murdock restaurant living quarters in.

Miss Elaine Fralley returned 1 and, daughter, Ann, of Tully cluded. Must have experience.Will Flagler Truck & Tractor Co .

last after spending I N. Y., spent a'short time here pay great percent of gross ,..
Wednesday
f t three weeks visiting with Mf'I Friday;, visiting with friends. to right party. Animal Land MASSEY-FERGUSON .

j, and Mrs. Horace Andrews in 'they'were accompanied: by Mrs. AlA, 10' miles, north of Flagler I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

Huntlngton, Long Island. Miss Beach. 8.1U'1 VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 73242.
Is niece of Mrs. An.
FOR RENT-Two
Fralley a
i i
i for the Owner Bunnell, Florida '
drews. plex apartment, screen porch. I

i, : Y Phone ID 7-3304.( 4-4-tf ,
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I II fl71Qi
Charles Meekins and family i ii WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus-
I hI tomers. Call Harris Appliance &
last Saturday were Mrs. Meek. I
i Gas. ID 7.3367 Bunnell, Florida.
Ins' mother, Mrs. Sam Walts, ,
'I Aug :30-tfc
from DeLand, and Rev. and Mrs.

1 i I M. H. Breyfogle and children, I "",,",, ....---.I

John, Barbara and Sam, from JOHNSTON'S
Marianna. Mrs. Meekins' niece, ITEM: White has become a very
popular roof paint in the past few FLACLER BEACH REALTY CO.
Barbara Breyfogle stayed over a '
I years as householders have learned LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT
few .
days.METHODIST that interior temperatures can WATER FRONT, FARMS.
be reduced as much as 20 degreesby ACREAGESee
painting a dark roof white.
CHURCH us for your real estate needs
Non-chalking paint is recommended
Church School time is at 9:45A. to prevent the body of Office Phone HE 9.2242

M. and worship hour is at 11. the house from being stained. Residence Phones ID 7.3691or

o'clock. . ID 7-3517:
I ......
The WSCS will have a cover
1 iTEM: Pink walls can provide an ,
ed dish picnic at the home of effective background for any type

Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hooverat furniture from Victorian to mod 1

6:30: P.M. tonight (Thursday). em. It combines well with warm r ris

i j All members, their families and gray, medium-light bottle green
and dark shades of blue-plum. '
I friends are Invited to attend. the ears
5 .
8 M1
ITEM: Most trees would fare bet
BAPTIST CHURCH
ter from youth through adolescence
Sunday School Is at 9:45: A.M.
if had of
they an area IN FLORIDA
and worship hour is at 11 o'clock mulch at their feet. A mulch reduces

with Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor. thermal fluctuations in the TRY
I I Training :Union is at 6:45 P.M. root area, permits better aera F NEZhu BEER IS A NATURAL

: and evening worship Is at 7:45.: lion, and prevents bumping trunks
of trees with a lawnmower. A nil As natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from
I ..._ of thumb is this: U a tree trunkIs which It Is brewed, beer Is Florida's traditional beverage of

I: 2 Inches in diameter, the mulch moderation..light, sparkling,delicious.
area should be two feet In diam
Community ter. And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud to be a

Memorial Church . major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For

ITEM: Building a new home aC R*+T WH example,the Brewing Industry"Is responsible for millions of
1 i..wla.tt.aa Heating In winter Is important. Loose e4.etf', trKe dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be

AIR CONDITIONED Large picture windows need not N f. mad Into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are

Daytona .A... provide any special heating problems. I spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida, .

FLAGLER BEACH Slim, attractive baseboard beer belongs enjoy it.
beating units fit neatly under picture .'.
>unday School 10:00 A.M. windows, offsetting the effects

Church Service 11:00 A.!.!. of the cold at its source.; .S UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC.

,11, W DtCKERT. P tor'KVKIIVOXB the Consequently windows all Is comfortable the area around and /; -v.:; FLORIDA DIVISION .
i iI' I'I'I :
WBLCOMK therefore usable [CCONOMlCAlI .

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