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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 12, 1963
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VOLUME 51, NO. 36 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1963 $2.60 A YEAR

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r Methodists Set I SENIOR CITIZENS High SchoolHomecoming RECEIVES RANK OF I Flagler Youth

.. MEETING TUESDAYAn MAJOR IN ARMYJohn

Next Sunday initial meeting of older I W. Zysk, son of Mr. and Off to College, .

people will be held Tuesday evening Mrs. Alexander F.
I Zysk, Flagler
i l. For Rally DayThis I at the Flagler Beach Civic Is October 25 Beach, was promoted in mid. During WeekMost

Center Rev. E. L Stanton said In
August to major Germany,
Sunday is Rally Day at I October 25 has been set for Flagler County College
today. where he is assistant chief of
the First Methodist Church of the Homecoming for Bunnell I Students have returned to campus
!
Rev. Stanton said "if you are staff for logistics in Headquarters
Bunnell, Rev. Howard Porter High School. The homecominggame some to continue and some
I enough old enough to U. S. Garrison.
young or Army I
t said today. Sunday school will will be between the Bun to begin their studies at various
want to join us, you are the Major Zysk entered the Army I
begin at 9:45: Instead of 10 o' nell Bulldogs and Dunnellon. i colleges and universities
right age. Everyone is wel in 1942 and arrived overseas in I
r> clock as usual.Dedication Members of the Graduatingclass during the past ten days.
come. August 1961 this tour of
on duty.
of the church sanctuary of 1939 are making plansto I I At Florida State University in
The major is a 1941 graduateof
; will be September 26 with hold a Class Reunion In con Tallahassee are Elaine Deen,
East School In Erie Pa.
High ,
Dr. Joe A. Tolle, district super. nection with the homecoming I Cary Holland, Gail Wadsworth,
His wife, Violetta, Is. with him,
b intendent, delivering the sermon North Florida ; activities. In Polly Forson, Nell Johnston and j
I Germany.
and he will dedicate the build. I Local members of the class Pat Nlesen.

> ing. A picnic dinner will be Potato Council met last week to make plansfor At the University or Floridain

served at the Civic Center. the reunion. Tentative plans Gainesville are Billy Deen,

,i.;. Mrs. Robert Bertha is In Elects OfficersA call for the members to meet Dies of Injuries Nancy Brannam, Connie Shields

charge of the bulletin board at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Shields, Robert Cook. Ron.

which will be displayed at the meeting of the North Flor Charles Creal. Following this From Auto-Truck nie Canakaris, Grant Holland,

dinner. She is interested in Ida Potato Council was held in' they will have a banquet and and JoAnn Morris. JoAnn will
,
using any pictures o>( church Hastings September 4, at which will attend the game in a I Crash August 23 be In Orlando for her practice

functions that occurred at any time officers were elected. I group. teaching for several weeks and

time during the life of the A. B. Johnston of Bunnell will' Members of the Class of 1933 Mrs. Fay Henry of Evansville,I will return to Gainesville to receive

church. She is especially Inter- serve as president; L. A. Masters:I were: Charles real, Dorothy Indiana, mother of Mrs. DonaldR. I her degree at the end of

ested in pictures of early groups. and Miss Mary Valance, both I I l Cauley Barber, Claudine Cantrell Kaufman of Flagler Beach, I the trimester.

The committee In charge of of Hastings, will serve as vice Hosford, Corice Varn, J. B. High, passed away in a Marianna, I John Craig left last week for

the dedication program have president and secretary-treasurer Cecil Creeth, Curtis Deen, Annie Florida hospital August 26 from ,Arkadelphla, Ark., to enter

sent special invitations to Mr. respectively. These three top Cywinski, Josephine Eatman, Injuries received in a truck-car Quachlta College to begin his "

and Mrs. Walter Smith, architect officers and Norman Pounds, Sr., C. B. Eisenbach, Danny Harding, accident there on August 23. junior year. .

for the church building; Mr. Clyde P. Smith, of Hastings, and Ted Krol, I. I. Moody, Virginia Funeral services were held In Mike McMillan returned to

and Mrs. Harold Ramsey of Alfred Tucker of Bunnell, com Nelson, Ralph Novak, Cordell the family lot In a Marlon, Ken : Jefferson City, Tenn., for his

Bunnell, contractor for the build. pose the "executive board" and Robertson, Zeno Mercer, and tucky cemetery on August 30. second year at Carson-Newman

big; John Sproull and Hubert are also directors of the Florida Fannie Buckles Barker. Also injured in the accidentwas College. '

Talton, DeLand District Lay Potato Council. Norman Henry and Mr. and Jim Cook is going to Stetson I

Leaders. Serving as alternate directorsare Real Estate Value Mrs. Walter Henry, father and University in DeLand for post.

Invitations also have been W. E. Byrd, Joe Parker, Jr.,'I I brother and sister In law of graduate work.

sent to former pastors of the W. F. Wolfe, Ansley Hall, Sr.,'I Mrs. Kaufman. I Eulene Brock has returned to

church, all former members, and and Z. G. Holland.A. i I In Florida Shows The Henrys had spent several Grady Hospital In Atlanta to re \

friends who were active in the B. Johnston, Alfred Tucker, days in Flagler Beach visiting sume her studies in the school

church during their stay here. and Z. G. Holland attended the Steady ClimbFarm I with the Kaufmans and were en of nursing after a short vaca "'".. .

Florida Potato Council meeting route to their home when the tion here with her parents, Mr. '

held in Orlando Thursday, real estate in Florida, accident occurred. Her father aM Mrs. Joe Brock. .
Facility To Aid in. . : fronv bearng} citrus groves to '
rr where -problems of the potato I was seriously injured but Is recovering Diane} Greene and Carof'lloe.

I Industry were discussed. "raw acreage" continues to move and is expected to be kina entered Charity Hospital
DiseaseAnimal upward in ,value the Florida '
,
Fighting North Florida Potato Council
able to walk again. Mr. and School of Nursing In New Or.
was active during the past State Chamber of Commerce re
research will take a potato ( Mrs. Walter Henry were paIn. leans. I
in its
ports business
weekly
step forward this month with season and an extensive view. re fully injured but were released Susan Carle is attending the i

the completion of an $80,000 promotional program proved from the hospital after receiving Mary Karl Vocational School in
successfull.! Plans will be made "An average value of $279 per medical treatment.Mrs. I Daytona Beach. .
electron microscope laboratoryon
acre for Florida farm land of '
as :
for another promotional programas Kaufman returned last Barbara Weaver of Flagler
of Florida
the University
March 1 this has been set I
the 1963-64 potato season ap year week after spending several Beach left Thursday for Atlanta
campus. by latest official This
J Dedication ceremonies will be proaches. value was $22 more surveys.than in I I days In Marianna and also at to enter Patricia Stevens Career
the funeral services in College.
tending
held at 3:30 P. M. on September
early 1962, a dollar gain unmatched
t I Marian. She said they were total Michael Parker has returnedto
27th for the which
." laboratory "
by other state
I
R will be a vital component of the Seat Belts Will the review pointed any out. f strangers there but the people the Masschusetts Institute of
of Marianna opened their Technology for his third year of
Sta
Agricultural Experiment "In 1960, a $217
tions' Veterinary Science Department Save Many Lives I acre value was placed average on Flor per hearts to the family, providinga studies.
ida home, food, laundry, transportation Jim Burnsed left for Jacksonville
farm lands. The annual
Consistent use of seat belts and all their needs while Alabama, to attend State
Dr. C. F. who will
Simpson,
gain was $11, followed by $17
might have saved 500 lives on there, free. Mrs. Kaufman said College there.
be In charge of the research facility then $23 and this $22. This
under the direction of Dr. Florida highwyas last year. year she felt such understanding sym At the University of Georgiain
represents a 29 cent gain
Although America owes muchto per and Athens Lew and Donna
pathy treatment was some. are
G. Edds head of Veterinary
T. the
from 1960 to 1963, which placed
Science the automobile, 40,000 lives thing to talk about. Wadsworth and Tess Massie.
Department, re Florida in first place It
as was
lost each in traffic ac In
are year At Georgia Tech Atlanta
ports the unit will consist of six the largest Increase of stale
cidents. "With this staggering any are Douglas Schatz and' Don
laboratories and offices includ
in the nation.
statistic, it is clear that improper LEGION GROUPS McNab.
ing a photographic unit. "Although Florida ranks 26th
use of the auto Is becomingan MEETING MONDAY Quentin Emery will attend
"The laboratory will be used, in land area, its rank In valueof
epidemic of national impor Berry College 'in Rome, Georgia.
Dr. Simpson said, "to obtain a farm lands, per acre, is Members of the American
tance. Those from Bunnell
better understanding of tissues eighth. The national average Legion and the American Legion attending
Seat belts reduce Injuries by Beach Junior
and organisms in the effort to value was $130 in March and Auxiliary will hold a Joint meet Daytona College

combat; diseases." Major study more than one-third. Research went to $134 in July of this year. ing on Monday night at the are Mary Susan Brannam, David
indicates that five times Cook Jack Wilson Janice Love
you are ,
will be devoted to the heart and Per acre values include buildings Bunnell Civic Center, ;
to be killed if lace Bass Mable Brooks
more likely you Faye ,
blood vessels. The electron ml and improvements as wellas There will be a covered dish
are thrown out of your car dur Dean Peterson, Michel and
croscope, a sensitive photograph. lands used for crops, groves, supper for the groups and this
ing a crash. In addition to hold Grace Stefllk, Susan Wadsworth,
ic Instrument Is capable of pastures and raw acreage. All will be followed by an Initatory
ing you in the car, seat belts Sandy Gumble, Mary Drown,
magnifying and photographingthese told, these properties were worth ceremony for the Legion and
reduce the force with which Massie Edmonson
you Trudy Flynn ,
microscopic objects. $4,078,000,000 in Florida in Marchof and Auxiliary members.
strike the interior of John Brown and
may your Buddy Taylor, ,
"Although the laboratory will this year."Expanding.
car during an accident Seat Barbara Smythe.
be dedicated to study In the ani demand for land
belts also the force of
spread
Private Service
mal sciences, many of the find. for urban and highway purposes *
the crash impact over a large
ings could relate directly toj I are among the forces affecting For Helms Infant >BUNNELL SENIORS
area of your body, lowering the
humans," Dr. Simpson pointedout farm land values. These Private graveside services were TO HOLD BAKE
force at any one pointSafety
I growing pressures have continued held at Hope Cemetery Sunday SALE SATURDAYThe
The laboratory will be of like law, works only unabated Helms Jr.
special in spite of a afternoon for Jimmy Senior Class of BurcneU
value in the research pro. for the majority, and has no temporary lull in the movement Infant son of Mr and Mrs. Jim High School will hold a bake

gram to combat the blood diseases I claim to perfection. But, seatbelts of some types of land." my Helms of Wakulla, Florida. sale at 8:30 Saturday morningby

equine pIroplasmosis In [ have proved many' times The Infant was born in a Tal the Bunnell post office memo

horses and anaplasmosis in cat. to be more advantageous than REV. TOM PINNER lahassee, Florida, hospital Fri bers of the class announced to
tle. I| harmful. A good belt will stand

3000 to 4000 pounds pull from WILL APPEAR ON day.In addition tothe parents he .

I your body. Only about two in PASTORS' PROGRAM Leah the I day.A
V. F. W. AUXILIARY Is survived by a sister, ;
I every 100 belts break in wrecks.In Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., pastor maternal Mr. and newly acquired high speed
grandparents:
MEETING TONIGHTThe I II
a severe crash, your belt of the First Baptist Churchof Mrs. Omega Durrance of Bun.' RW 300 dlgtal computer at the

Ladles Auxiliary of the may break, but you will land Bunnell will appear on the I I I nell; also serveral uncles and I University of Florida will make

VFW Post 5213 will meet tonight with a ton and half less force Pastors' Program "Living Words"at possible the only undergraduate

at 8 o'clock atthe VFW hall. than if you hadn't worn a belt 6:38 each morning Monday aunts. I systems laboratory in the nation.

All members are urged to at. Belts help you control the car through.Friday. Florida's. Agribusiness Is the The computer valued at over a

tend the meeting. *- Mrs. Rose in a minor collision that might The program la presented by state's biggest with annual sales t quarter million dollars, Is a gift

Panchcllo is president of the I otherwise knock you away from the Jacksonville. tv on ,channel of more than $3 billion and ai from the TRW Computers Company

Auxiliary. the wheel and brake. y. twelve. total investment of $10 billion.1 of Canoga Park Calif.P .





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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday Sept. 12, 1963

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Probe At best, previous groups have i waterfalls and canyons which i ,; '"
Explorers succeeded in pushing only a I for savage beauty rival the best ;

Andean I short way into the area. They known mountain regions In

/ RangeThe have been deterred by the exttemety er parts of the world." Oth'l

spectacularly wild Vilpa- escarped valleys walls _
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bama range in Southern Peru, of Jungle growth, the hostilityof NOTICE OK STOCKHOLDERS Call On Us
some of (the neighboring Indians MEETING "
scene of a National Geographic Notice Is hereby given that a
Society expedition, has been a and the difficulty In port special meeting of the Stockholders
of Citizens Bank of Bunnell
mystery to geographers and. aging sufficient supplies to will be held at the office of the
I maintain prolonged exploration. Bank In HunnMl. Florida on Wed-
Con
scholars since the Spanish : September 18. 8o'clock
::3oat
J
P. M. for the
quest. The Inter-American Geodetic voting on a resolution to increase
the capital stock of said Bank
The range lies between the Survey, a postwar effort of the from one hundred thousand dol- When

gorges of the Apurimac and United States and Latin Americato lars fifty (1100,00000)thousand dollars to one 150000.00 hundred

Urubamba RIVers and may have map the Western Hemisphere, and to distribute said Increase to ,
been the last refuge of Inca has not been able to make on- dend.HOWELL the stockholders as a stock divi

rulers fleeing after the downfallof the-ground measurements in the I September 6-U-Ztc V. PEAVY Cashier

their extensive empire. Vilcabamba.
IN CIRCUIT COURT OK TilE

From the Vllcabamba, some In 1954, two Englishmen, Julian AND WKVENTII FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER CIRCUIT COUNTY IN, You Need

historians believe, the Incas conducted Tennant and Sebastian OK FLORIDA SUIT. CIIANCKRY CIIANCRHY NO..-NOTICE
guerilla warfare againstthe Snow, trekked south along the EULA MAE HOPKINS

Spanish lines of communication Urubamba to the junction o; the Plaintiff,
I
between Quito and Cusco. Montaro River, then up the Mon. ANDREW HOPKINS Defendant.

taro in quest of rumored ruins. ORDER OK PUBLICATION
Since the days of Spanish Describing the Montaro, one OF IN THE FLORIDA NAME OF THE STATE '

colonial rule In Peru however, of many rivers whose canyons TO: ANDREW :HOPKINS

the Vilcabamba has remtained criss-cross, the range, Mr. Ten unknown.You residence. address:

virtually in limbo, with only nant said tin his book Quest for with are hereby required to file 'GOODPrinting
of this
Court
parts of it known to a few missionaries I II b I e hetcfl the Bill of Complaint your
and Indians of the. Paititii filed herein against you In the
above entitled
cause on or before
jungle lowlands. I the 30th day of September, A. D.,
"We were now In a deep ravine 1961 and serve a copy thereof upon
'I and the banks on either Lawrence W. Borns, plaintiffs
Surrey Underway
attorney herein whose address Is
!
I side became higher and higher. 101 Sea .reese Boulevard. Daytona
the exact
Even at present, Beach. Florida. "The Flagler Trl- ,
geographic relation between the We were on the right bank, bune" Is hereby designated as the
clambering over boulders. The newspaper In which this order shall
Apurlmac and Urubamba Riv- be published once a week for four
coveredby river, which was comparativelynarrow consecutive weeks. HEREIN FAIL ,
ers-thus the exact area
NOT OK A DKCRKM PHO CONFESSO .
the Vllcabamba not pre- hurtled along on our WILL BE ENTER AGAINST
left side. On our right,,the cliff- YOU FOR SUCH FAILURE.
cisely known. The nature of this suit Is a
like sides rose for one hundred Complaint for Divorce and for the
The National Geographic ex- permanent custody of the minor
feet time
more..After
I or some children of the parties.
pedition, co-sponsored ,by the I we found ourselves at a place WITNESS my hand and seal at
New ,York Zoological Society, Ilunnell. Flagler County Florida
.where the cliff wall went this 28th day of August, A. D. 196J.:
has been surveying the region straight Into the' river'" (Official Seal A. I

both by air and on foot In an As EMIT Clerk 8MYTHB of Circuit Court I OFFICE FORMS

attempt to fill In this blank spoton Tennant and Snow found what Sept. Flag 5.17'19.26-4to ten County, Florida ,

the map of South America. they believed to be remnantsof "
Members of the expedition made-made wall mounds IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK
a HLAGLRR COUNTY FLORIDA I ENVELOPESINVOICES
made parachute landings In and a drinking vessel which, CAROLYN IN CIIANCRRY P. ROSS NO. 4707

August, 1963, to establish the Tennant said was later authenticated Plaintiff I ,

feasibility of large-scale entry as being of Inca origin. TERRY LEE'ROSS., I

by that means and to set up Some experts with whom we I NOTICE TO jjerenaa.nl.DEFEND I I

routes-either on foot or by air, discussed his trip believed the THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: I ,

using special light planes cap. wall and mounds were natural TERRY SOI County LEE Road ROSS LETTER HEADS <

able of short landings and take. formation, rather than made Harrlsburg. Pennsylvania ,. 'I
You are hereby notified that a
offs. made, Tennant said. suit has been filed against you In .. '

Scientists accompanying the Possibly this is the case," he the are hereby above entitled required cause to to; file and your you BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS

expedition are studying the flora added, "but it will require a answer with the Clerk of this _
Court, and to
serve a thereof
copy-
and fauna. Oothers plan a preliminary more scientific body, equippedto upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
survey of geographicaland stay there for some time and JAMES whose H.name TUCKER and address Is:

topographical features, and dig, to find out whether what 211 North Riduewood Avenue

any ruins the isolated terrain we discovered were real ruinsor not later Daytona than September Beach Florida 21st. A.D.

may be hiding. I a freak of nature." 196 If 3. you fall to do so, decree pro BILL HEADS -\
The late Senator Hiram Bing. Following an aerial survey of confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded
In
hem, who as a young man excavated I I the upper Vllcabamba, the National bill of complaint. The nature the of
the Inca ruins at Machu Georgaphic-Zoological Society said suit being' for divorce. RULED FORMS
I I WITNESS my hand and seal of
Piccbu with the support of the expedition recently reported said Court this 20th day of August -

National Geographic and Yale : (Official A. D.Seal 1863.) E. A. SMYTHE

University, explored the southern I I "Through gaps In the cloud Clerk By Julia of said R Harvey Circuit Court TICKETS .and TAGS

extremity of the cover come occasional glimpses Deputy Clerk
But no one is vllcabamba'l of immense valleys, completely Aug. ll.ll & Sept. &.l24toIN

penetrated Its unexplored, while guarding TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
reaches in modern times. I I them and dominating them areNwwra.rw.Mi. FLAGLER IN rilANCKRY COUNTY NO., 4723 FLORIDA CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
NORAII

UEARIOHTYPlaintiff- __u...... ,
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v.' '
WILLIAM K. GEARIOllTT -
Defendant : "
NOTICH TO DEFEND

THEw rtrfIOk.FJ1fAYctiI TO,:
Whose place of residence and
Post Office address are unknown
,
I You are hereby notified that a '
suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
\f are hereby required answer .
with the ktoorlhr.o'8'o
.
and to serve a copy thereof '
upon We
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. Don't Do The .Most "
THE ROYAL whose name and address Is: ,
HAY 6ELDEN : ' ,..
Selden Building ,
i TREATMENT Daytona Beach. Florida
not later than September 21st. A D. '
1963.If. PRINTING >
you fall to do so, decree pro ,, .
confesso will be entered against
!I you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint.. The nature of
The "red carpet treat- turn again and again-you .*&i.5l!! for dlyorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of But We Do Some of '
mtnl" isn't necessarily remake sure they feel welcome. said Court this 20th day of August the Best
A. D. 1968. ,
served for royalty. You put your best foot forThe (Official Seal) E. A. SMTTHE ., I
Clerk of said Circuit court
ward. You act the role of the By Julia n. Harvey I
truth of the matter 'It Deputy Clerk II
pleasant host. Aug. 22-29 .A Sept. -12-4to I
that the established and sue

cessful local merchant considers By the same token, the local

every customer who merchant "rolls out the ou" 1ilaglrr (SrtbunrBUNNELL. I

enters his store a Very Important carpet" because he wants .

Person. your business tomorrow as FLORIDA Dial ID! 7-3282

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well as today.It makes sense.
There's
nothing com MRS. ,H.Do FULLER, Editor

plicated about it. When you How long since you have

Invite guests to your home given local business establishments D.*l.Bate4 OOUIal PaklleatUaf "" .:,

for the first time-someone the opportunity to ....... Ifetleee *f FlagterCanty ;

you would like to have re9iv6; you the VIP treatment? MnBlcl.alltl.. "herdesad ,
the State .( ..I....**

The .J') :
Entered as second class matter .

February *, 111. at the poetofflce
Trade Qt Home trrw sakeaaJ at BunneU. Florida, under act of : '" '

eoaa + prod March .. 1171. .
Flagler Tribune

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Sept. 12, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Gardening In Florida spray. I IMites -

I I or red spiders are six.
legged crawlers no more than, PRICES GOOD '% %
(By Kerrey Sharpe)
1/50 inch lop,. Often there is
To prove there Is nothing newVmder THROUGHTHURS. .
quite a build-up of damage-I
the sun, garden insects
have been using a zip code for dealing spiders before you notice "
FRI. SAT.
that plant leaves take on Q
generations before Uncle Sam'smailman.
an off-yellow.
The code of the insect is to A hand lens is needed to dis- Sept. 12, 13', 14, 1963 a s

zip out and begin devouringyour cover mites. You'll find, some
\ favorite ornamentals while mites are whitish and virtually *
you' are trying' to remember colorless. Others may be tan,
which is your auto tag number, reddish or purple. QUANTITY RIGHTS \ C o

your social security number, or There are a number of chemicals RESERVEDSHELTON'S
your zip code number.Not that will kill mites. Some
only do insects chomp old stand-by materials Include
away at plants, but worst of all Kelthane, Aramite and Avcrtran. '
they eat the pride out of a gar. Bagworms are Interesting] GROCERY
dener's prestige. To protect that pests. Numerous sacks or bags'' '

pride you've'to to conquer a dangling from foliagestrippedornamentals \ ,
horde of creatures with chewing, are mute evidenceof "Your
I'
Friendly Store"
sucking, piercing or rasping what happened to the leaves. Co-op
mouth parts. Hand picking and burning the
The worst foes of many ornamentals trash-glued pods will put an I 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET

are thrips, mites (red end to this leaf eater.
spider) and aphids. j There are a dozen or so scale I Lykes 6 to 8 Ib AverageSmoked

Young thrips are yellowish, Insects thalt will attack orna r
minute slender creatures. A mentals. The most serious are
mature Wisp of a thrip is about Florida red scale'' and cottony Picnics 29
1/40 inch long. The little pests cushion scales. ,Most scale Insects lb.
feed by rasping the plant surface attach themselves to the

then sucking the sap as plant soon after hatching, and
it oozes from the wound. rarely move from their feedingsite Fla.
Grade "A" Flavor
Often thrips fly to your ornamentals for the rest of their lives. Aged
I
in huge numbers from Mealybugs are an exception. STEWING SHOULDERROAST

nearby native plants. Aphidsare They remain mobile throughout I HENS '
a menace to tender ,shoots life. lb Z5e tt> 49cWorld's
and buds because of their rapid These stick-tight scales lose
reproduction rate.Incidentally i their legs and atennae with their Best Flavor Aged
FAMILY
don't blame gen. first molt and become small
tlemen aphids for damage. It's I I I round, or pear-shaped outlines. GROUND BEEF 3 Ibt19 STEAK
a fact that flippant females often The outer surface may take on IT> 59cOcean

reproduce generation after!i''a waxy covering!:; a powdery coat I Fresh All MeatMULLET'
generation without any males I a cottony finish. They feed a' '.
around. Regardless of sex, the by Inserting a tiny thread-like I 6rI00: STEW" ; Ib6ge
aphids feed by sucking the sap beak Into the plant and suck. ;
from tender plants, causing the Ing out plant juices. I /
plant to become deformed. Methods of controlling scales I .
Hershey MAXWELL HOUSE
Nature has a way ,of control- and other insects are not the PillsburyFLOUR
ling aphids. If you look at an same In every section of the
army of aphids you may spot a state. So, before applying any
friend-the hyrphld-fly larva- Insecticides be sure to chat with SUGAR COFFEEb.
deflating the Juice froman your county agricultural agentor
aphid larva at the rate of one your garden supply store
a minute. If you don't have the manager. They will recommendthe
patience to wait out the battleof best chemical to use and' 5lb. 1
nature, then try a malathion I the proper ,dosage. ./ 3S 4S 5Lb. 39: *
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Limit one each of above three with purchase of $5.00 or more food order. :I


p Hunts 20 oz. Laruta

CATSUPE. CORNED

Fancy Ripe
BEEF

CANTALOUPES .. 19C

THE CASE FOR AND AGAINSTA Golden RipeBANANAS Limit One Ea. 390

FARM AFTER RETIREMENT

TIlE long-Urn dream of a little man nor the wife would be Inclined tb, fOe
I place in the country to leave the other alone on
continue to reappear among the farm for an evening. Certainly Crispy Fresh Flaga l/ tb Big Top 10 oz.
65-year-old people. not for good should one pass on.
Here, as I have teen them over The pros: LETTUCEFroJoy Md. t5e PEANUT
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Mary Ann Jackson, who First Baptist Church. The room I '.
presented a program on various was uniquely decorated with I
portable appliances, their con Patricia Stevens Career College i I FRYERS 29
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Mrs. Jackson did some actual Other Items such as those used! Lb.
cooking on the program and her In business school were arrang1ed I
cooked prizes were won by Dean around the room. I'j' LIMIT 3 PLEASE
Holland, John Rice, John Bag. The punch table was decoratedIn I
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The regular meeting followed gifts from here friends were also I

the program and Mrs. Peterson placed on the table. t Naturally Aged for Flavor. Guaranteed Tender.
Introduced Dean Holland, Supt., Barbara left Thursday morn-i,
j 4 Mrs. John Rice and Herschel ing for Atlanta, Ga. where she!
King. _school -,board members,1 will enroll in the college there. I U.SIRLOIN S. CHOICE BEEF PALM RIVER SLICED
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Theo Heln and .
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grade, Mrs. Ray Martel and Mrs. State Museum of Raleigh! The
Emil Misslnne.
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All of the teachers were In-I ford, Conn.; the Springfield,
produced by Mrs. Peterson and Mass. Museum; and the Worcester
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now have 40 members and she Museum, found in a very I j
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membership cards. in the very northwest corner of j Limit 1 with $5.00 or more Food Order 1 with $5.00 or more Food Order
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recommendations were present. 1 placed on ample grounds, and
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six meetings this yea: and the "If anyone is partial to French Peaches 3 Fr79 Cocktail 3Fo,69< .
next one will be on October 1st. Art, pack youru bag and start
Mrs. Robert Owens, hospitality out. There is the largest collection
chairman, and several parents of Renoir that I know in Quart Can Everfresh Twin Pack 10 oz. pkg.
served refreshments following America. The exhibits are large.
the meeting to the 50 people at. ly paintings of the last 150 years < POTATO
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|siding at 909 Winchester St, BlackWvndhamMrs. t Lonnie Bratcher Is a patient
Daytona Beach. He Is employedby In the Putnam Memorial Hospital .
[ the American Trust Com I Virginia B. Wyndham of I In Palatka for medical
/- 10 Bunnell announces the marriage .
!II pany, Edgewater, and she Is treatment.
I of her daughter, Lorraine _
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.LOCALS Claire, to Mr. Carl Black of
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!1 Bunnell, on September 5, 1963. 1i .
Miss JoAnn :Morris i Watch -- '
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Jamesene Dawson Sparkman of Bunnell cousin of|
j | quiet ceremony in Woodbine, 1 'LIVING WORDS'September
Roy Likens, Jr., the bride, who wore a dotted;j LuncheonShowerBrideelect I by County Judge David Ga.1. 'I I
swiss organdy dress of mint JoAnn Morris I I 16 thruSeptember
Exchange Vows I was Attending the couple was Mrs. ,
green, with matching veil. She I'
I honored with a surprise luncheonand Wyndham. 20
Miss Jamesene Dawson,I carried a flower basket of rose I lingerie shower atthe Bob I I i'I at 6:38: AM
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James' petals. I Cook home at 1 o'clock Satur I The bride chose a blue jersey'! with
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Henderson Dawson, Bunnell, became Mrs. Dawson chose for her I'day. Hostesses were Mrs. Cook street length dress with which I, Rev. Thomas L. Pinner .
the bride of Roy Elbert I j!i daughter's wedding a soft steel i and Mrs. Tony Kahlert. she wore matching accessories.Mr. Pastor of First Baptist Church
Likens, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. Black .
blue sheath of spun silk shan The bridal theme was used I are In Bunnell '
Roy Likens, Marineland, September I tung fashioned with short slvees I II I and two contests were enjoyed. ing on North Church St. reild'i I
first and scooped neckline, self piped. : Winners were Mrs. John Ellis, I employed with the Atlantic Oil onPOWEREUt
Dr. Theodore Rogers officiatedin I I The entire bodice was lavishly i iI I and Mrs. Z. G. Holland. Station.
the double ring ceremony at I I embroidered with hand cut self I I Invited guests Included: Mrs.
the Ormond Beach Union Church.I j I I flowers highlighted with tiny Cameron, Mrs. Z. G. Hol CHANNEL 12
I Hand I Mrs. Omega Durance
and Mrs.
George Rogers was organist and crystal blue beads. Her accessories Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs.
Mrs. Ray Carpenter was soloist.! were white and her hat T. E. Holden, Mrs. Lee Blakely, Rodgers Turner are spending WFGA-TV
Serving as best man was Billy was blue silk of pleated material Mrs. H. C. Cobb, Mrs. Herbert several days this week with Mr. JacksonvilleSeptember
Deen of Bunnell. Chambers I Allen, Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Jimmy Helms.
Buddy set off by a narrow brim. Bertha, Mrs.
\ was usher and ring bearer Her flowers was a corsage of i. Mae Johnson, Mrs. M. B. Fuller, ---
was Master Jerry Medders, both white carnations. I and Mrs. Walter Morris, motherof

of Bunnell. I The mother of the groom wore I j the honored guest, all of .
The bride, given In marriage'i a parisian pink street length I Bunnell; Mrs. George Moody Jr.,
by her father, wore a sheath gown of delustered satin with I and Mrs. Leonard Moody of' Sale
gown of white Imported em a scooped neckline and elbow Flagler Beach; Mrs. Lucille Anderson .
i of Ormond Beach Mrs. '"..<
broidered crystelle featuring elbow sleeves with a basque bodice.I ;
length sleeves and scoop The sheath skirt had a tanler John Ellis mother of Miss Mor .
neckline. The removable trainof from waistline to midway the I ris's ,fiance and Mrs. Virginia ALL PERMANENT ARRANGEMENTBLACK'S
solid crystelle was accented skirt with an obi bow at the I Lane, both of Orlando. ..
ait the waist with a bustle of front opening. Her accessorieswere
embroidered crystelle. She car pink worn with a pink Recent guests of Mrs. Flossie II FLOWERS
ried a prayer book topped with flower hat Her flowers was a Richardson were Mr. and Mrs.
white bride's roses. Her head. corsage of white carnations. Bruce Took of Ft. Lauderdale, I I:
aress was a white velvet rose I A reception followed at the I Florida. .
with pinpoints on her forehead, church. The bride's table was I --- -
and was overlaid with silk illusion overlaid with a lace cloth and
falling to her shouldersin I held a three tiered wedding cakeon
bouffant fashion. pedestals. It was decorated
Mrs. Robert Robeson of Daytona with white swans and roses, and
Beach was matron of honor. was topped with a miniature
She wore a street length gown: bride and groom.
of pale blue silk organza with Mrs. Howard Wilson, Marine-
cap sleeves and scooped neckline land, Florida and Mrs. Jack Ac-
with a princess style fitted kerman, Sanford, Florida, sisters i :
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bodice. The skirt had a front of the groom, .kept the : I
panel of embroidered silk organza bride's book. Assisting at the ; 4
, to match the design of bride's table were Mrs. G. D. ;
her dress. She wore a veil of Woods Mrs. Elsie Moran, and $ '
blue rose petals which were Mrs. J. W. Medders. -.-. I
fashioned bouffant to her shoul The bride chose as her going
ders. She carried a cascade of away outfit an olive green suit '
tinted fuji mums. fashioned with three-quarter : -; (
Miss Cadyce Lovell of xX $
Flagler length jacket and white over-
Beach was bridesmaid and worea blouse. It was enhanced by a
mint green silk organza gown front panel of embroidered white < t S vY yq LQF
fashioned on the same lines as and green to match the white 1
that of the matron of honor. She blouse. Her accessories were b
wore matching headdress in beige and her corsage was the
mint green and her flowers were I white rosebuds detached from
dyed to match fujl mums. her prayer book.
The flower girl was Suzl Mr. and Mrs. Likins are re-

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:lagfe &eac/ METHODIST The WSCS CHURCH will meet this Books Are My Dish q in Jltv Ja I the Sweet most marjoram popular herbs was one in the of

morning at. 9:45 at the church. (By Dorothy Romans)
Last Sunday was Promotion i (By Kerrey Sharpe) colonial garden. It, rose geranium .

Continued From Page 4 Day for the church school. Steven The only time I am surprisedis rosemary, lemon verbena
I Raising herbs
when I Dream and kissing and lavender are the five frag-
COMMUNITY CHURCH Arnold and Dale Johnson I see a walking, -
The Ladles Guild will meet were promoted to the primary get a windfall, or come upon young maidens can be two exciting rant herbs used by the early

today at 2 P.M. in fellowshiphall. class and Linda Smith, Donna I hidden treasure In a cave. Thatis I wife-mate hobbles. But unless the Americans to scent linens.

Whitney and Debby Johnson what happened to the board permission to gives wander you from special matrimonial Thyme Is a favorite of the
Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M. were promoted to the Junior of the Flagler' Woman's Club I housewife when
apron strings, there preparing the
with classes for all ages. At the class. library last Thursday afternoon.
are less hazards In growing Thanksgiving and Christmas
11, o'clock worship service Rev. Perfect attendance awards The sea was a wash of Prus I herbs.A feasts. The most popular species

R. W. Dlckert will speak ',on, were presented by Mrs. Reynold sian blue. Molton sunlight drip. small plot allocated to pf these flavor plants are lemon,

"'Chris _2te; Stone." Hoover, Supt, to Dale, Debby ped from the, Spanish bayonets. I| several of the flavor plants will I golden and dive thyme. Growing .

p- and David Johnson for a year's It was near sunset and Mable I I I add interest and piquant tasteto thyme may be a bit difficultfor
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kolar re perfect attendance. Frank and Anita Hirst were near
the ordinary round of vege some, but is worth the effort -
turned to their home in Cleveland Church school is at 9:45: A.M. finishing a lot of pasting and tables. Herbs add a delightful when Judged palate-wise.

/' Ohio, last Sunday after and worship hour Is 11 o'clock typing at the library when Mr. tang to dressings for chicken .

spending with Mrs. Kolar's' sister, and her ister. we wanted any books-a pork dIshes; I I Like dill, this spice plant Is

husband, Mr and Mrs. Tony purely rhetorical question around Most herbs are quite easily used to add flavor to bread,

Bradac. here.Grateful grown from seed, provided the I I poultry dressings, curries, spiced

as we were for what I soil Is well drained and not too meats and ,pickles. Coriander is
of
Recent visitors Mrs. Gladys tnta&fJ] rich. used in the
we had, we all yearned for at Sandy soil-plentiful in II'I same manner as
Chalfinch were included Mr. and least one set by a great writer Florida-Is ideal for many flavor caraway seeds.Harvesting .

Mrs. Bill Welsh and son Michael (Continued from page 5 I Dickens as first choice. But our plants. I!! and curing is the

Mrs. NadIne McClure, Mr. motto is "Never look a gift horse Other herbs favor damp I I most Important part of the

and Mrs. Bob McClure, Mrs. OBSERVE TWENTY-FIFTH in the mouth. Give it a lumpof shady spots. As an I flavor-growing hobby. The main

Fred Slaughter and Mrs. Pauline WEDDING ANNIVERSARYIn sugar instead." Virtue is spearmint does well in examPle'1 I I point is to gather plants at the

Webb of Jacksonville. celebration of the twenty- I never rewarded so I, not workingat spot near a drippy ( proper stage of maturity and dry

All were visits to celebrateMrs. fifth wedding anniversary of the moment, went out to the the spigot isn't old enough to rapidly In the shade: so thatit

< Chalflnch's birthday aiml- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Libby several car and looked Into the cave leak, then turn It on a wee bIt.) I will retain flavor and color.

yersary and Mrs. Webb arrivedon members of the family enjoyed at the back. In darkness gold A spot for growing your own Herbs when sufficiently dry

her birthday with birthday a dinner at the new Dolphin titles glittered. The cave was seasoning Makes' almost no area I are crisp Many of them are
cake and gifts, to spend the day. Dinlngroom at Marineland. at all. Often stored In the
full of jewels of wit and the you can squeeze I powder form, and
Their anniversary was September gold of prose. Whole sets of the plants Into the "skips" between leaves should be separated from

Recent company of Mr. and 3. Thackery, Eliot, Bulwar Lytton, the flower plants or along the stalk and crushed into a fine

Mrs. Tony. Bradac was Mrs. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fenimore Cooper, O. Henry and the border of the flower bed. powder.
Frank Berda from Cleveland, Willis White Mr and Mrs. Daniel Select site The knack
Mark TwaIn-In all 20 volumes.All a near the kitchen. for using herbs is
Ohio, who was en route to Tal Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. This will make It convenient to often a well-guarded secret

;lahassee to visit with her son.CLASSIFIED. George Robbles and the honored delight were ,illustrated I thrust my Babblingmy hands dash out and snatch a few'I Some rules 'to follow in de.

: guests. Into the treasure. True to formI sprigs of herbs for Instant use. veloping your own secrets include
: had Planting herbs in window boxes using a light hand with
gone mad, mad, mad with
: Mrs. Duane Deen, :Mary Susan my lust for gold! "Look on the makes harvesting even easier. herbs. You want just enough
Branpam, and Elaine Deen Herbs tested for fall flavor to compliment dish
motored front planting your ,
seat said
; Mr. White. I
ADS to Tallahassee recently. did.. A complete set of-Charles In Florida are sage, sweet marjoram I' but not crowd out the flavor of

Elaine remained to begin her Dickens! In this day of the thyme, lavender, rosemary I !the food.
sophomore year there. Mary Susan and sweet fennel. Those Blends should be subtle that
UMIBK BBdcr .... heading ... quickie story and the Instant
8 ee.le per word ..eh '...nl.., accompanied Mrs. Deen on suggested for winter Include II only you and an expert can tell
IS ..*.t. U n...1..... .r... Short Story, the library now had
-- --- the return trip after visiting on nine or ten sets-not a condensed dill, coriander and anise. what herbs you have used.If .
ELDERLY COUPLE wants 1 or the campus. version them. Next spring you may plant I fresh herbs are used, chop

2 bedroom unfurnished apart. As Mr. White among left, Mrs. Spivey basil, chives, summer savory,I very fine so that more of the
'ment or house, permanent rent. Mrs. C. J. Hosford has return. came in the front door with catnip, hyssop, lemon herb oils can escape. Blendingor
al. Phone 4392439. 9-12-tf ed to her home here after an tarragon, mints and verbena// heating with butter or salad
;. .... several cartons of fine books
extended visit In Council Bluffs, joram. oil Is the best way to draw out
FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2 bath, from Mrs. Newell of Bunnell. I I
Iowa, with her son and daughter I Books Sage is one of the few herbs I and extend the flavor of herbs.
terrazo floors, electric kitchen, were running and the
In law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick that still belongs to modern Soak dried herbs in a \teaspoonof
attached garage, patio, pool, Board had landed some big
Hosford. She also visited life. There water lime '
with are several varieties or Juice for 15'
,
i boat dock, adjoining lots, finished ones. The only cloud: Isla
her son In law and daughter, Kester green, purple and variegated. minutes before using.
seawalls. Phone 4392002. on vacation should have
,i Mr. and Mrs. George Bucknam been The type with oval leaves Is For casseroles, and sauces, add
of all others
9-12-19-2tp the one to
In White Lakes, WIs. most common. One or two plants the finely chopped fresh or
take the books in.
SINGER automatic.. zig zag The next will supply the leaves for seasoning dried herbs directly to the mix.
morning, Mr. White I
sewing machine, 1963 model, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and the Rev. Hoover brought Ina poultry dressing, sausage ture. Remember, a little does a

fancy stlches, buttonholes, blind Lewis this week are their son large, splendid bookcase and and other meats. lot-with herbs.

I hems, portable, balance $129.00, in-law and daughter, Mr. and two bronzes, also from the Elliott I
$7.00 monthly. Singer Co., 228 Mrs. Adair Park of Atlanta, Ga. F. Soules who had givenus

So. Beach St, Daytona Beach
I those magnificent sets of 24 HourWrecker
, CL 3-4541. 9-12-lte CARD OF THANKS
books. Mrs. Brede Is to be Service
Our heartfelt thanks to all
,FOR SALE-16 ft Glendale Mobile those who extended comforting thanked, too. She told the Soules
home, 1961, excellent con. how much the library needed

dltlon. Sleeps 4. Canadian built sympathy sorrow.and For help the in beautiful our recent I for books when they were looking Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

and insulated, someone to give the booksto.
gas cooking, wa service, spiritual bouquets, floral .
ter toilet. Fully equipped, 63 li offerings, memorial gifts, and I hours Mrs. Jasper White spent MASSEY-FERGUSON
and
waxing
cense. Terms. Phone OR 74806. polishing
Grove Farm Industrial
other kindnesses Equipment
many we are I bookcase
and bronzes
that give
Sept :5.2tp
deeply grateful.
such an air to the library "All VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
ATTENTION'LADIES-Chriatmas The Zeller and "
This and Heaven, Too.
Owner Bunnell Florida
,
Trojan Families.
.
Time-our big earning time. '
Openings for women who wish i-
to earn. Make a Merrier Christ Conner Reviews with uJ in 10 to 15 years,"
I
mas for yourself and family Conner stressed. NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
Write Avon Mgr., Mrs. Frances Red Agriculture"Russia In view of these facts and

H. Snow, P.O. Box 4155: South the high rate of starvation In The,fire insurance: policies we write still give the same

Daytona, or call CL 24411. could pass us In ag the world today the commissioner dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
ricultural production unless inferred that the American coverage benefits-Rome Owner's Policy-,at very
FOR SALE-2 bed room home. Americans change their complacent public's attitude toward agricultural little extra costRemember

Front and back porch Jalousie attitude toward agricul abundance is wrong.HASTINGS .
windows, nice location, near ture," Florida Commissioner of H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you

Bunnell High School. Call ID 7> Agriculture Doyle Conner told take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361
ID 73226. Aug. 22-tfc a r. ALFORD or stop In soon for full details.H. .
3572 or more than 300 turfgrass growers

dealers and specialists In Registered
T. COOK AGENCY
drain
SEPTIC TANK cleaning;
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable Gainesville Wednesday night, Heal Estate Broker Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Flo.yvw .
August 28.Conner .
Call Ja-
prices. George
made the comment In BunnelL Florida
ID 7.3410 8ltf
roz. _, a talk at the Florida Turfgrass

HELP WANTED-Couple to run Association's annual banquet. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
restaurant, living quarters In. "Russia will soon have the MATTRESS
eluded. Must have experience. largest farms In the world
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
of said "with Incentive the AMBULANCE
Will pay great percent grossto Conner ,
right party. Animal Land, Russian people are capable of 710-12 Lemon St. PHONE VAlley 41625ST.

AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler making Soviet agriculture ex. Palatka Florida SERVICE AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Beach. 8-1-tf. tremely effective. Phone EA 5-91,66

Conner explained the Russianfarmer Furniture. Upholstering Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
Repaired & Refinished
JOHNSTON'S Is allowed to maintain Mattresses & Box Springs are always at your service with promptness safety and
two and a half acres for his Made\o Order Alto Renovated experience.
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.
personal use. Forty-five percentof Call Laura Morris 437.3233
LOTS,' HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Russia's total agricultural Alter 6:00 P. M. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
WATER FRONT, FARMS,
products are now produced on PRICES REASONABLE.
ACREAGESee these farms. "If the Soviet BUDGET PLAN If NEEDED. Garcia Funeral Home
u> for your real estate needs farmers shrould obtain the same Just as near as your
Office Phone HE- 9.2242 incentive in the production of Phone or Post Office jjj P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director jjj
Drop Us A Card or Call
Phones ID 7.3691 ?
Residence products on collective farms, Free & Delivery LADY ASSISTANT JwvwwwvvvwjvwyNft

or ID 73517 they could possibly catch up Pick-up ., ...........:..".y.f............fl.............".".
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