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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: May 28, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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VOLUME 52 NO. 21 BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY, :MAY 28, 1964 $2.60 A YEAR 'I I
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Commencement (GRANDSON OF j Unofficial i Cowart Heads .

Exercises To Be MRS.HONOREDCadet TUCKERIS Results ofI Ticket in Runoff


1 Held 'In GymThe Gilbert Andrew Tucker, I I Election

commencement programfor Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E Second Primary Vote Tuesday

the Bunnell High School Tucker of Cocoa, and grandsonof C. H. Cowart was reelected to .
Class of 1964, will be held on Mrs. A. F. Tucker of Bunnell, another term as County Commissioner

Friday Evening May 29, 1964at will represent Florida at the Memorial ... " "' :; for District 3 in Tuesday's
8:00 P.:M. In the Flagler Gym. Day exercises at the second primary election.
nasium. grave of Stonewall Jackson In. d d He received 8CS votes, thus

I This year's class, the largest Lexington Cemetery May 30. OFFICE AND CANDIDATE heading the ticket for county of.
: in the of the j I The announcement was made by flee. He was apposed in the runoff *
history school consists j j j j j j i j

College of the Preparatory following students Program: : Gov.Young Farris Tucker Bryant Is a senior at I y j j j J i polled by 644 T. Shelton votes. This Brooks will who be

David Dale Brown, Linda Jean Virginia Military Institute In I Governor I t I I r I I I I the third four-year term on the

r. Cody, Howard Michael Emery, Lexington. lie Is president of Haydon Burns ................................. 302306I4456471115: (| ) ( | |( 9567I73J1107( ( commission for Cowart.In .
Alton Albert Ford, Kent Harrell the senior class and has served Robert King High ..._, ?-.-.. 119115I1464| / [ | 31| 36I ) 471 616| | 420 the Supervisor of Registration
Holland. Ria Nell Johnston, Eric as class president each year Supervisor of Registration I I I I 1 1 I I I race Mary Smith won witha
Michael Morse Charles David since his freshman year. I I Mary E. Smith ...-_..._._.......... 21529414168| ] ( | 581 63J4830! | | 823 total of 824 She was opposed

I Sheffield, Allida Blanche Tucker, I Upon graduation as a civil I I I Imogene Strickland .........-........... 18311815054| ( ] 91|) 742659&| | ) 673 by Imogene Strickland who received -
Penelope Gall Wadsworth, and engineer in June he will enter County Commissioner, Dist. 3 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I 673 votes Incumbent
Nancy Lee Wilson. the Marine Corps for a three T. Sheltop Brooks ........._.............. 19712391| 349 91 :56 4012830[ | 651 Mrs. Gladys Deen did not seek
General Diploma Program: year tour of active duty. He C. H. CowartPresidential ........._........................ 212!1781607242{ { 981 981461591[ | 865: re-election to the office due to
Robert Milton Abbott, John will be commissioned a First PreferenceLyondon I I 1 I I 1 1 I II her health.
Francis Abel, Kathleen Sue Barber Lieutenant I. B Johnson ...-..-........,.... 1692021295425 1 ( 611 1 393137) 1 651 There were only two local
I Donald Lloyd Barrow, Jennie National Committeeman I I I I I I I I races appearing on the second
I Ruth Bennett, James Kenneth Richard D. Barker ..................._-. 161 11) 11 31 41 6 71) 21 21 52 primary ballot.SMALL .
I. Brockett, James Michael 1 Scholarships A. G. (Al) Broderson ......._....... 01 51 11 0\\ 01/ Of 001\
Brown Joseph Nathaniel Bruce, j: Napoleon B. Broward ................. 91 3/11/ 21 011/ 31 5141| 28 CLAIMS .
\to < Arnold Lee Choate Carolyne Suet !|Awarded To Joe Carrin ....................._._...._... 11 31010101 01 001\ 01 4 I
Chomey, Sharon Diane Cole, An I Grover Cleveland ........._......._... 21 31 0/11/ 21 31 31 31 011\ COURT SESSION i
.,. nie Joyce Dunson, Nancy Lou (Three Students Jim Fair ....................-._.._..... 41 91 1101oI 31 21 322/ SET FOR JUNE 10
Fleurle, Charlotte Lillian Gles, James Jimmy James .. : ._._ 191 22 51 4111 61131415 79 ,
Evelyn Kathryn Herrington, I The Awards Committee of the John J. Kennedy .........._._...?_ 19 35 61 11 21 10171\ 41 1 101 Small Claims Court session :
Charles David Hodges, Flagler Scholarship Foundation 6. L. Kilgore ..._...-.....m__.__ 41 01111121 11 11 021\ 12 scheduled for Wednesday was 5
Robert Lee Hoskins, Thomas have awarded the three scholarships Bill McCoy ...-.............,..__._ 31 4// b13101/ \ 11) 11 11 01 13 postponed until June 10. The
Anthony Kahlert, Robert Clark I for 1964. J. B. Rodgers, Jr .......................... 251 10) 918/ 11 51 I 31 11 21 74 postponement was due to the
Kent, Suzette King, Harry Fran Awards of $100.00 to Peggy Elliott Roosevelt ......._,.._..._..,.. 381 55 315| : 71 81 91 150 Illness of Judge Leola Jones
cis Kuleskl, Jr., Richard Edwin Joyce Britt, $300.00 to James A. Rex Sweat .....................-...........?.... 01\ 1041\ 4141 40 All cases coming up Wednesday
Lerch, Mary Elizabeth Matthews Burnsed and $200.00 to Patricia, Leon Whitehurst, Jr. ..................... 51 1 7a 31 \ 11 010\ 01 11 will be heard on June 10
John Horace Metts, Harry (Be Ann Niesen were made. In addition National CommItteewoman I 4 I 11 I I 1 I along with the cases due on

bee) Moody, Gloria Jean Moore, to the $200.00 award to Annette Baker ................................ 331 491 610| 61 1410\ 61 146 that session.
Thomas Polk, Michael Ramsey, Miss Niesen, the scholarship donated Ann M, Kramer ...?....-.............._. 36/ 401 81| 9 41 11 101 41 1 51 127

. Alvin Thomas,Salyerds, Marjorie ]>r.th Bunnell. General Nancy W. Evans ........................_. 321 26)) 824| 21. 8110\.31121/ \ REGISTRATIONBOOKS. . .. .. > .. .
Ruth Schatz, 'Alfred Robert Tucker r Hospital of $100X0, for students Catherine C McCall ...-...-.421 2716( 61/ 31-11(,Iltl2t-7n a - TO ( iI'I'"'
OPEN
Jr., and Jack Colquitte West studying medicine, nursing or
I brook. allied occupations was awardedto REPUBLICAN COUNT JUNE
; The Rev. Mr. Howard Porter, her. Candidate with no PreferenceFor 1 I I 1 I 1 I I I SECONDThe I

t.. pastor, First Methodist Church, Mrs. Britt is a 1962 graduateof President 11 1 11 0\\ 0\\ Of 0\\ 0Of\ 02\ Flagler County Registration I
Bunnell, will give the Benedic Bunnell High School. She Candidates preferring Barry 1 ''I I I I books will be open each
tion. Mr. Harry (Bebe) Moody, will graduate from Daytona Goldwater 071/ I I 1 Tuesday at the Flsgltr County
Senior Class President, will extend Beach Junior College in June. National Committeeman 1 1 1 I r I I I'1 Courthouse, beginning June 2,
the welcome on behalf of She expects to enroll In Stetson William C. (Bill) Cramer ............ 171'/ 01 0 0\\ 0Of| | 001/ 8 Deputy Supervisor Imogene
the class. University this fall studvlnar- to I Albert Roberts .........-......_..-........... 11 .''Of 0| '0I Of 0Of| | 001/ | 1 Strickland said today.
special music win be I be an elementary school teacher National Committee woman I I I I I I I I 1 Those wishing to register may
provided
I by the Bunnell High School Mr. Burnsed Is a 1960 graduateof Helen M. Morris ...............-.......... 31 2101 01 0101| o| 001|\ 5 do so at the Courthouse each
Frances C. Salmon ........................
Band under the direction of Mr. Bunnell High School. He has OJ 51 0\0\0\\ \ \\ 001| | 0OJ\ 5 Tuesday until September when
1 Walter Morris. attended Lees-McRae Junior College thry will be open. each day' tnf
The speaker of the evening in North Carolina and Jacksonville Mrs. Morris Makes 30 days. The books will close J
will be Dr. O. Lafayettte Walkerof State University, Jacksonville i Haydon Burns again 30 days before the November

Stetson University. Dr. Walker Alabama. He expects Sale election.
: will be introduced by John to enroll in Florida State University Poppy ReportProceeds Highest Vote in i

Btggett, school principal. Mr. in September, studyingto from The American Florida's Methodist Church
Baggett will also make the be an agriculture teacher Legion Auxiliary Poppy Sale HistoryMayor

presentation of awards. Mr. Dean Miss Niesen is a 1961 graduate Saturday were $74.07. Poppy J Haydon Burns drew School To Begin
Holland, Superintendent of Pub, of Bunnell High School. She Is Chairman Laura Morris said to more votes for governor than
lic Instruction will award the a junior at Florida State Uni day. ,I any man In the history of Florida Monday MorningThe
diplomas.The versity. She Is! working for a Thirty-five percent of the pro '' politics In the Tuesday runoff
Rev. Mr. Thomas Pinner, BS degree in nursing. ceeds will go to the State and 'I primary. At press time Methodist Church School
Pastor First Baptist Church, National Child Welfare Fund. Wednesday night he had a total will begin Monday morning at
Bunnell, will pronounce the The sixty-five percent retainedby i of 626,704 votes with 17 more 8:30 o'clock. Director Becky
Benediction. Rice Poodle the local Unit will be used precincts still to report. Bums I'I'i Clegg said It will run each mom-
Ushers for the service will be: for their child welfare program. had a lead of 108,290 over Miami Ing from 8:30: to 11 o'clock Monday

t Brenda Aaron, Janet Salyerds, Wins SecondIn The memorial poppies are Mayor Robert King High whose r through Friday, June 0.
Charlotte Hodges, and Cynthia purchased from the hospitalized total was 458,478.Jacksonville's I The theme of the school will
Cobb. be "Jesus."
Jax Show I veterans in the veterans hospitals Mayor Bums
,, Mrs. Millie McCoy and Miss I The kindergarten group will
and are sold by them for set several. new records In his '
Santa Bradley are faculty sponsors I I study "Jesus The Teacher. Mrs.
Rice's Black Juliet" Toy their child welfare programs. I victory. He drew more vote
left Seals and
for the class. I MrtL Ifonrv Town.
Poodle won second top award in Poppy sales are held each year thin any man who has run for!. -
send will be
the Dog Show held in Jacksonville on the Saturday before Memo* governor since Florida became teachers of thin
f
Sunday. rial Day.BUNNELL. a state. Ills runoff margin was group.
Senior Citizens To I Poodles (Toy); Best of breed, the largest In Florida hlstroy.lagler will The!be primary"Jesus classes'Showed study Cod's
CII. Loramar's I'm
A Dandy, County voters
gave Love."
Teachers
Picnic At BulowThe owned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert RECEIVES Mayor Bums a total of 1107 Cordell Robertson will be Mr* 1
Mrs.
Charles
D. Levy, of Miami Best of opposite f vote Mayor Robert King High
Cowart, and ambo Tilton.
Flagler Senior Citizens i sex Rice's Black Juliet MORE THAN $2,000 received: 420 votes from the Junior I
dub will meet for a picnic at i owned by Earl E. Rice of Bun Flagler voters. girls and junior boys'Iubjerl
IN will be "He
CIGARETTE FUNDS Was Called
Bulow State Park nelL I 1
on Tuesday, Llllott Roosevelt, son of the Jesus Mr. and Mrs
June 2, at 12 o'clock noon. Almost 400 dogs, their owners Apparently people are smoking late President Frank Delano will be teachers Ray Mercer
This will mark the beginningof and several hundred spectators just as many cigarettes as Roosevelt, was elected National for this
the summer season for the were in the Coliseum for the ever. Bunne))', share of the tax Democratic Committeeman tin. group.TC'ftIaat'n
dub which ha scheduled show on Sunday. funds for the month of March Anette Baker of Clearwater was Carla who will assist are

monthly meetings during June i The show held under the has just been received and elected to serve as National f I Townsend Tucker, Deletes, Carol Lynda
Dean
Tenna
July and August The balance I rules of the American Kennel amounted to f2.707.67. Democratic Commltteewomar Padre I
I of the year the dub meets twice Club, had judging In 73
I a month At Flagler Beach Recreation gorses and were from Florida ler county received the follow of the National Democratic Convention II Refreshments will be served '
Center. Georgia Ohio North and South Ing amounts for the same period this summer. each
morning by mothers of the
All \
senior citizens are invited Carolina Texas Kansas, Ala Flagler Beach, $1QW)2.
to attend the picnic and par bans Louisiana, Michigan Beverly Beach. $10131, group.
Closing exercises will be held
will take be of the potluck lunch that Maryland. Virginia, and Mis> Marlneland. 1103-35. One oak tree may produce .1 I on Friday night at 7:30, at the
served lout Painters 11111 $5.93. million corns in Its lifetime. church :
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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 28, 1964

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II I Sobucrlbe for The riao)'" TribuaSX50 Lot I blk 4 -.- Mills, Otftx&W Lei IN J ,TUB TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT cnnotJlT SEV.

PETERSON TEXACO A Tear In Advance I Lots CARVER'-18 SUB W..! Brown wHllJ C. -.. *..' $1LOItlDA COUNTY, 'N AND IN FOIL FI.AO.OF

IlL'ffffBM' 1I0H !!IASUD CIIANCEUY
1" & An- 4861, DIVI"ION'
SERVICE Lot 14 blk 4 -.. .13..- -. 1.82 .R A

ROAD SERVICE O. F. ALTORD Tr 1 blk 11 .._._...__.. SO. 1. r:::. 2.73 a lit .JN lbtpor cE
8* of SH of gBUMAItWKUANU .... Jit JO 40( Xout, H. Trustee ..- 26.61 atlon.
Light Mechanical Work Registered ACRES Plaintiff

Phone 437-3441 BunneU Lot 26 blk 1 .. ... Martin, G. W. & June 4.49 LAJI>
ANIMAL INC., a Florida
Real Estate Broker JOHNSON IIHACII SUB corporation, et al.
Lot 6 blk 1 ....._.. ... Rat h.I.4. H. & Lois .. 1./! Daf end
Allen & Beverly 1.42 ants.
Lot 22 blk 7
1 NOTICE TO APPFIAH'
BunnelL Florida I Book 27 page 477 & IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
book 30 45 except
page
OF FLORIDA.
TO
book it* page 388 40 10 31ARTK1IA 3.56 Glass, T. R. Estate 24.69 Martin J. Fitzgerald,: Jr.
MILLER
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REQUEST FOR BIDS I Lot 14 blk SUB 4 .. Q u e e-e s s Labatorles, Katonah New York
Sealed bid. will be received In -- Inc. ._.... _.... -. ??. 2.68 YOU.. MARTIN J. FITZGERALD
ELECTRONICS the office of the City ekf the JR., ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
City of Bunnell. Florida. In the The north 100' of lot 10 that a Complaint to foreclose a
1744 Ocean Shore Bird. Civic Center Dabdlng, on or before fbetho westerly r of certain mortgage on the following
100 o lot described property located In
12.00: o'clock the Flag.
day of A. noon on for 16th I t blk 10 ,., ...,..,.... t 11 11 Griffin J.F. II Beatrice 4.01 ler County, Florida, to-wit:
;" EP AIRS ON TV'S e'I. IDt.:8: 72*approximately h. Part of OOTt lot 2 book PARCEL I: Being a part of Sec
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W. E. .
chain link Industrial fence two 61 Pf lit 1 11 31 2.60 Greene tion 40 Township 10 South,
WASHERSDRYERS 14 ft. double drive-In scree of lot Range 31 East, and more par
rates and SOfJh" _... . _... U 11 31 UO Claude G. & ticularly described
one 12 ft double drive-In Installed M ' ' 'M as follows:
with the following crate speci- Diary Belle _._.._........ 1.07 ; Beginning at a concrete monu-
fications: BEVERLY BEACH ment marking the Northeaster
HEIGHT: Height "hall be 72" Book Sf page 111._ II 11 11 %.5 McKinnon William P. !ly corner of the said Section 40,
Call .Collect 672.0377 Chain Link Steel Wire Fabric E. Ie Maude S. __ IUS Township 10 South, Range 31
topped with I strands of 4 Pt. COCIIAN PLACE SUB East as a point of referenceand
barbed wire, to make approximate Lot 16 blk T .._ Tompkins. George M. U.78 running thence South 1957'-
ALL WORK GUARANTEED overall height of 7 foot. Part of 834 of tract .' 45* East along the Easterly line

FABRIC. : Chain Link Steel Wire book 18 page 1115 __ 11 11 11 o.t5 Perri Mike _._....._.._ 2.12 of the said Section 40, a dis.
(-...Ulr. Fabric made to stand a Book II page 127 ..__ 11 11 11 0.68 Stephen.. Annie L. _-.. .... tance of 2372.35 th.ec to an Intersection
teniil strength test of 90.000 Ibs. MOOny Mull with te line
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 8EVKNTH sq. Inch Heavily Zinc Coated Lots 11.10 blk 8 ...-___ So.ebee, Pratt _.._._ 111.99 of MalaCompra Road; thence
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Iff per Hot-Dlp Process AFTER weav Lot 22 blk U ...__ Kraxanowskl Helen t." continuing South 19* 67' 45*
AND FOR KLAttf.HIl] COUNTY, ing, woven In a 2-Inch diamond Lots IS-Ie blk U __ Parker Pal & Irma 8.tO East, along the said Easterly
FLORIDA. CHANCICRY NO. 486ft me.h. Where top selvage' Is barb- Lots 1 to 26 lcl except line, a distance of 2588.09 feet
I)IV. A ed, fabric to be dressed above top lots 9.10.11 blk 66 I'lagler Harbors, Inc 24.19 to the point of beginning of
PETER PAGANIS rail. That part of Sec. 12 this description; thence continuIng
Plaintiff. GALVANIZING TEST Wire fabric east of canal R/W South 19' 67' 46' East, a-
to stand 6 one-minute Imm 'rs- south of Moody Dlvd long the said Easterly line a
TOULA pAGANIS, Ions under the Preece Copper Sul wed of Flarler Av.enue distance of 2640.68 feet to an
Defendant Method of testing for uniformity I- e art in. Intersection with the Northerly

NOTICE. Of UIT :dma'dI" J aO.ec coating eluded in ePrlag rr! boundary of the 60 foot right-
Test to of addition of-way of 16th Road: thence
THE TAT11ApAN. ORIDA TO: wire picket at least four Inches blks _n:1.Xl: South 71' 03' 15* West, along

SO Gardner Street In length so as to Include at least Sub Ie that part of ,. .", the said Northerly right-of-way
Peabody Massachusetts one bent formed t 11 t.thneiral ht blk 11 Fuquay Sub .t' boundary a distance of 1239.03
side of lying In Section 12 Ie \ feet to an Intersection with the
You hereby notified that
are a
LINK POSTS: Hot-Dip gal van- except Easterly boundary of the 100
cult in the has Circuit been brought Court Seventh against you Judictai led structural steel pipe, 2" O. D. of .terlr.1.1I60; foot right! -of-way of State Road

In and for Flagler- END CORNER and GATE TERM. Moody Sub _.... .._...._ 12 11 11 123 na..l" Harbors Inc 51.22 No. AlA; thence North IS'66'67
yIubia ,, by Peter Pa- Standard : Hot-Dip OalvanUed: nAIIBERMAN ADDITION West, along said Easterly right-
full .
Structural
genie You are at plaintiff.hereby required to serve Steel 1-11'/ l Posts O. D.; I". O.weight D.!, Corner Brace LLoots 1.10 !9 Inol Dlk E Flagler Harbors, Ina.Inc.. 12.17 1.61 03'of-way 2640.0 16*feet boundary; thence a distance North 71-of

East, a distance of
upon Ita WlUon, Karl and OCEAN CITY SUB
Conway, Plaintiff. attorneys, whose spaced POST In SPACING line of :fence Posts not are far- Lot 3 blk B ......_?._-_.. Kressly, Eva : .. .... 1192.28 feet to the point of beginning -
address U 601 North Grandvlsw thflr apart than 10-foot Lots 1-. A EH of SEUA of this description.
Avenue P. O. Box 6725, Daytona !! centers. west 600' Of EH of
POST SETTING:, All posts are PARCEL II: Being a part of
Beach Florida, 12020, a copy of set In concrete, so as to furnish NE'4 except booK 19 Section 40, Township 10 South,
your written t te'oJoeb complaint a foundation and support sufficient gook 224 & except Range 31 East, and more par-
said 26 546 &
In page
to withstand any strain or shock ticularly described as follows:
the 8th day ofjune, 19(4. The except book 34 pageThat
pur irdlnarlly Beginning
divorce frer'l I Ia to secure a of this character.brought to bear on fence 181 ........_.......__.-.... 13 12 31 201 Flagler Harbors, Inc. 49.72 marking at a the concrete Northeaster monument -

annulling the bondsof EXTENSION ARMS: 45' angle part of EU of !ly corner of said Section 40.
matrimony existing betweenyou adjustable to vertical at certain NEU not subdividedexcept Township 10 South Range 81
and the plaintiff. locations and at gates, of cold the west 600' East as a point of referenceand
WITNESS my hand as Clerk and drawn pressed steel with malleable & except book 47 running thence South 19-
\\h. seal of said Court In Bunnell.Flagler IronbaSe galvanised after tab.ricetion page 199 & book 47 67' 45* along the Easter
County 4.F1orlda. this leiday 255 It except ly line :.i\i said Section 40.
of May TOPS: All terminal posts fitted gook 63 page 280 A a distance of 2372.25 feet to an

(Circuit Court Real with malleable tops. except..O. R. book 4 ... ... .. __,__ __ .__ intersection_ ; with the center line
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/BB. A. 8MYTHBKM1L .TOP HAIL; Hot-Dip Galvanised page ;z.o 10. '. _I .. .ao........ n."v.. ...... ..... or MalaCompra Road; thencecontinuing
: A. BMTTHE Jtructural Steel, 1 5/." O. D. with H. book r'pageu 13 12 31. 0.02 Flagler Harbors. 'inoTKressly .95 South 19* 67'1'\
May -U.U-U-ctc Heel. .Sleeve Top rail .passesthrough FU4UAY SUB East along the said Easterly
base or post top and-formsa Lot 8 blk 0 ............,__ Eva .._.. 4.49 line distance of 1450.22 feet
IN THIS COUUT OF TUB COUNTY continuous brace from end to Lot 21 . Peterson Walter P. .. ..49 to \iea point of beginning of this
juonn vi.Ant.nn COUNTY, of each stretch of fence. Lots blkG 1 Kressly, Eva ..__......M_ '.U description; thence continuing
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HTATIO ov FLORIDA IN mo- end Is securely fastened to end Lots South 19' 57' 45"
East along
IN BATE. J I corner .posts by means of suit 13 blk 33 ??,,,....., Kloska. Olga ..........._.. 22.27 the said Easterly line a dis
ref able ftttln... MottNINOUDE! I1I1B of 1117.87 feet: thence
The Estate of
ANNA FITTINGS: All fitting used In Lot 20 blk I __ Warner Hu srhBlckford 2.57 South 78* 03' 15* West a dis
Deceased.JOHNS and e and gates to be malleable Lot 6 blk 4 ___ Janet; 1.63 tance of 1193.28 feet,to an Intersection
NOTICE OW Flf.HVn pressed 1. Lot 6 blk 4 ...._ Blckford. _- 1.63 with the Easterly bound-
FIIllT
1118- FAWUC TIES: Fasten the fab- .. K. It. & Reda 2.67 ary of the 100
PORT AN PKTiTion FOR oiuDKIl Lot 2 bile 12 ______. Hudson. foot right-of-way
tie at line posts 14" of State Road
PUSLot thence
Moun"
OK IlKTItlUUTIOff] HXRCUTOIl ANn KOUimCIIAItnK Intervals, top rail aPfroxlrtlu.l 5 blk 1 .....__ Patrick Ben F. & Caro- North 12'6" r7 P West l along
bOJl' 18" Interval. |Iyn ... ... 74.09 said Easterly right of
-- .miimi.ilGreen way
have: tlcleJ' .reraf'vr that I GATES: Frames made of 1 58"O. tot 31 A Stf lot 31 ilk boundary, a distance ; 1127.61

Executor of my the Estate of ANNA as D. Hot-Dip Galvanised Structural j ...?.__,JL... J. W. & Mabel '.11 feet; thence North 71' OS' 01"
Steel corner fitting malleable ATLANTA BEACH RUB East a distance of 11 12.0 feet
JOHNS Deceased
that I have filed
; Fabric same as In fence. Complete
Lots 16-17-18-19-20 blk of beginning of this
my butlon Petition and for for Discharge Order of of Execu Distri with pivot type hinges, catch and .. . . . .- .- Flagler County Development descripion.:
drop rods. 2 .
t aA- Corp
June tor; ,and 1964 that, I, on the apply llth to day the of Submit alternate bid with extension Lots 21-22-23-24 blk 4 Murray, M.-W.? 4.49 Together with the tenements,
arms less barbed wire. hereditaments and
Lots 16 through 20 blk appurtenances
Honorable T. K. McKnlght, County' The City Commission reserves theright I ._.JJL .__ Flagler County Development therunto belonging.
Judge of Flakier <;.oumt Repo to reject and all bid. M. Corp .._.__....._... .. 20."
for approval of m and to accept ant that In Its Lots 12-15-21-22-23-24- JJ i x J display counters.
and for an Order of Distribution Judgment will be efo the best Inerest M. W. 24.19 102x8
25-26 blk 6 ___..__ Murray, display counters.
the snd Estate for Discharge of ANNA as Executor of of the City of Bunnell. FlorId Lot 3 blk T ...-____ Bumgarner, Radford 1L I 2 x f glass. Display counters.
JOHNS De- & Nlan 4.02 1 2 x 8 .
ceased. WITNESS my hand May official Lots 18-16-21-12 blk 11 Murray, MTw. _-JZH 4.49 1 2x6 Trd'd reounter.;:
LOUIS O3SIN8KY, BR. eal this 28th day of A. D. Lots 16 through 20 blk 1 ticket booth.

As Executor JOIf of the Estate of 1141. 11 ..........._..__..__. 1 R. C. Allen 4 total cash
ANNA S. Deceased. /'SHELTON B BARBER Mayor opment Corp __ 6.45 register.
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A ,
Krol City of Bunnell, Florida. 1
automatic ticket
WAHHKV rAnK ESTATE!! dispenser
411 Main street ATTEST: Ixts 29-30 blk E Bodlan John .._.._.._ 1.00 2 1960 Jeeps CT 6.
Beach
Daytona
Florida
I for tie Estate /NANCY C. RODGERS WH tr 4 & all trs 6-4 6 trailers made by National
Attorneys Clerk. book 48 1 6 8 walk-In cooler.
It.W except page J.
May 14-11-28 A June 4 4tc II
May June (- Sit A book 81 Basra 1 1961 F 100 Ford ntelt.un.
-- f1book 68 pare 20 miscellaneous hand: -tools:-'

NOTICE 119 ft except O.R, I typewriter, Remington.
OF TAX SALENotice book page IT 0. n. filing cabinet steel (4 draw
book 6 page 10. blk A 5 11 31 I.M Jascxak. Jacob 6.!4 er)

Is hereby given that on the lit day of June 19(4 at Bunnell. TOWN 0. KOROJ'fA.Dlk. 1 desk "Steelmaster"adding
County State of Florida tax sale certificates will be sold 1t. / Walter 1.59 1 machine.
of the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes DALE B. BROWN, Tax cOllecro; FlagUr County, Florida 1 typewriter table.
herein set opposite the same together with all cost of such sale
and all advertising.DALE has been filed against you and you

D. BROWN, Tax Collector, Flagler County, Florida. are your required Answer to or serve pleadings a copy to the of

Deirrlptloa M T II A Taxes A Casts NOTICE.Notice said Complaint on the plaintiffs

Stt oTNw'O-oT'mW S44 11 to U 300 10 RicWonaV:___?.3118.70 4.81 : t nuett.'r "r.rfaVb rive.t ft Pyle.

Albk frao. except O. R. Is hereby given that the following described lands or so much Beach Florida and file the original
/Pt 469 ?.??..?? U 11 II 11.16 Ward. Jake P. J.U thereof as will be necessary to the amount due for taxes hereinset of In the office
SWW Of 8E .............?.. 1 11 II to Sacco' II Pierce opposite same together pay cost of such sale and advertising, therClerkpof the Circuit Court

J. E. Jt. ...M...?........._._ 41." will be sold at publlo auction on the 1st day of June It It, at the r.ne ll. Florida, on or before the
Part of Blk 1} O. n. i offlcle of the City Tax Collector In the Community Center Bui dIng day of June 1944. If you
book 7 page 11.._ 11 U It Wiser, Eva! n. lOUT 10:00: o'clock A.M.. In the City of Bunnell. FlaglerInt. fall to do .0, judgment by default
3.17 beginnfnfat
Tr 3 blck 3 ? __' It U II Stiller IInnard ...... 4.11 "' will be taken against you for the
WU Tr 2 BUTTLTr __. 211 It 6 Old. %V. L Ie Ruth 1.1. -' relief demanded In the said Com-
W\i 1 Blk 3 ._.__ II 11 It 10 Eldrld.\ ... F. F. .............. I.U 4-8-6.. block 42 ?..---.-.--. McDonogh Development Co Co 12.23 6.95 plaint..
tilT, JOHNS -- Lots Tblock 42 --- McDonogh Development This notice shall be published
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Lot Lot 10 blk 14 ...._ADDITION_ Stiller. D. .- ...-....- .11 I Lot Lot. 1 4-6-6, block'.'89.', .block--51.-.---.--.-. Robert McDonogh Jr. Development A Evelyn Parrish Co- 10.18 the once-weeks each week In The for Flagler four consecu-

30 blk 14 1I.lleft, Artnur ....__ .12 ___ ? ,,,. 1.0'Robert DONE AND ORDERED Tribune
lAt .
blk at Bun.
Steinbeck John .._ .11 3.60
HH Book tr 1 ft tI'"Tbiki 31 11 II JO Copper.mhh B. ...__ Ul Its Lots 1 2.4. NW block 10' II of lot---10. block /1 U A P, ft Inc.Everyn??. _.Parrlsh_. 87.28 I. Bell 12th- day Flagler of County. Florida, this

61 nl.lTOJt page Itt blk 4 4 11. It I Smith F. T. II Virginia 1.00 Lots 3-4. block t1N" ....- ...- Hattle Smith _., ?-... n 22.00 (SEAL) B. f&lrllioJUU'
LAKE SU1I block 93 . Nealle Beal ___ .11
Lot lots 1-3. ? Clerk of the Circuit
UAXI.IGY 8 blk 3 ? ?,. -4 Rltb. ID. It Rub _.. 1.00 8W" lot. 11-13, block 93 -- hazel Emanuel __ 27.38. Flagler County, Florida Court

SUn lots 11-13. block 93 Kllia Davis ,...,._-..r .. 34.90 RINSEY VINCENT
Lot 20 ... ..,. , ,, -- Ie PYLE
rl. Stewart Roo.nllt It.U Lots
C. O. Jr. A Paulette Harris 10.11
block 101 42
Lots 19-20 7-8-9. ? -- South Peninsula Drive
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Catherine .10
Lot 10 ........?.- .' J ltaxley Smlt .Jack L'lCme Lot 6, block 111 ------.- Strickland Charles A. .A Toramle Lou ".00 Daytona DfJaehp.Florld&
Lot e -- -:":.... ;:;:: Pearl fl.u Attorneys.flr
Thomas Lee .
.... Lots 1-10-11-13. block lit _--. HUe, King __ '.10 May June 4- tom
Loo! - Adam.. Charles WUlle 7.93 Lot 8, block 110 Sam White 1.60
j KNOX 2--T JoVKS ... Torrance Tom T." Lot 4 block 110 Georgia Orlsby _.____ 11.35
SUB '

Lot Lot 0 2 blk blk E U-i_ Favors. lIulI"br---- 11.t1 NW ptIBtW *U.a Vu'loii No 14 block ex.lit J. C. Hall. Jr. .. ...110.00 ?
Wilson Eo W. Rosa 21.42sot NB P88 ft. 3 NH 35 ft. of 8MLo'tO ljr 3ltglrr (FrtbunrBUXNKLL.

Lot Ilbblk P R___ _ Toner U.lfln )(. 1.34 lot lot block 161.-. .......... Flora Shaw -.- -,,. . ... ...tl1 1.30 I
Thoma Richard Jr. T.r\I
r lit Ftnner J. & Elisabeth Poun-
Lot I blk V -
_, FLORIDA
-" Butler, James \ Minnie 11.02 coy ----- 32.50
TOWff OK nUNNKLL Lot 10 block IIS u....______ Chester A Rosa Lee Thorn-
Lot i blk 19 ---- ._ rarrl.h, Robert Ey. --- -' as .......- ... ,- 2.15ItalianwIlsell

el'Q __._u..__ 111! Lot 2, block "T -... _. ._ 22.00 MRS. !L n FULLER, E41toro..lt"
1\ Lot. I.. blk 91 U. S. No. 1,
.. 8mi tt4 Hattie --r.11.41 Lot ueept R/W
Lot. 1-' blk 11 ----.I' ZAelcle .: ). bloc I.T .._--- Italian Eiell ..__ 4.00
t. lWilson... _. !.!: Z I... Lot 1. part south of road No. 100. 1
Ntt lot tblk: H erl+ede. Uf block 181 ". ....., ,.. .. O. Harris _..__.___. .38 OflUUI P.blieatl..
'. Lot: 6 blk 111 .-_ Strickland. Charles Part of lots 3-3.. bWk 181 === Coy O. Harris. Jr. _____ 6.88 f.. Public If..lft *f FI..ae.C..J' .

A Tommy Lou -.- ".It 111blMk 202 ......-.- Ralph E. Herbert 1.60'Unknown
Northeasterly U Jots Lou T. free block 241 ....-..-.-. .-..---- 1.58 Muielpalltke tberelc
11111. blk iti Beal N..lIe .., ?.... ?.. 11.111 Lots l-2. block\ 163 -._... coy Q. A Paulette Startle 108.00 .4 eba
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Lota l lO-U.18 bUr 114 King Itlley _._ n.1I loss 1-.. block 211 jr'"W"'ri 1 \ y a. A Paulette Harris 37.38 State af rtrU
Lot. Jexc.pt R/W of Tracts 3-6, parts N. Rd No. 11. PI(.
,\ US Ilwy 1 A 8. R. No. 111. block C. 30 Carl ft Charlette Bratehtr 19.78
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ti 10' blk J ..-_ Chllda, Jerry Pearl 2.11 Lolt. 3,P\I l xk 1. Lincoln Illt.lftu Jasper A Mary Anderson 16.68 Entered as second clan matterFebruary
.Lot I plk 140 ..'. .??_? Dunlap Abraham, Jr. Lots /-., block I. Lincoln His Sub Jasper A Mary Anderson ...* 1
A Uelnna ??.. ?.. t.n Lots 3-2 block 2. Lincoln Rita Sub Ed A Lucy London _, Ion 1812. at the postofflce

Lot Lots 10blk 11.11 blk 168 140...._......_ 11111er. C. 1. _A JUf Lob 78. block 4. Lincoln Ills Sub Willie Glide Haas Brown 550J at Buaaell. Florida, under act of
Ro-
Thomas, Chester Lot 14, block 4, Ounnell Homesltea March 3. 1876.
3.32 lUb *.*ph ft Annie Underwood 0.18Wtaie
Lot t :except R/"Y .d. I
'P' Lots1tblock r.an.r Sub ._ C. Brown L83
No. 1 bIle 167 -
_ 11.41
F..IL Itallon
Lot t blk 161...-.- All railroad property owned by
Blk 247 Bk 10 IV 274 KennelS, U& y 1 0.11 I Florida East Coast Railway Co. ODe year ..1240.IL25
Smith
IZ.Eo a Dorothy
LINCOLN 1ITH SUU within the corporate limits of the
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of Buanell .eL21.94Collector -_
I Lot 3 blk 1 .. Anderson Jasper \ City i

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Arlington Is Spot I Arlington National Cemetery in
the_ Virginia hills across the Potomac '

Where Memorial I D. CThe River from Washington, WE GIVE SHELTON'S I QUANTITY '

I I RIGHTS .1
I observance assumes add
in 1868
Day Began ,ed significance this year through RESERVEDee
the martyred President John F. TOP *
On Memorial Day the Nation I I
Kennedy whose grave at Arlington I PRICES OOD' (
turns In sorrow and pride toward I I
the hallowed of has become a national Thursday Friday
graves I I GROCERY I
VALUE
--------1; I1 I shrine. and Saturday, ,
Not far from the President's
I MAY 28, 29, 30
CLASSIFIEDADS I resting place, Memorial Day officially .
I STAMPS **
began in 1868, the National
Society TELEPHONE 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
Geographic says.
!It started after General John A.
!;Logan, commander of the Unionveterans' "Your Friendly Co-op StoreyDOUBLE
LhU.p Racer ala asadMi ana i Grand Army of the Republic *
eeata "r w.rd .at& la.ertl.a
R H." la artal aar ela&r. Issued his famous Or.

FOR SALE-Three lots, 75 x 100 I der No. 11.
STAMP DAYSTHURSDAYFRIDAY.SATURDAY
each, Robert Rumlll, Phone 439- i Logon's Order

2442. 5-28-ltc General Logan said: "The
thirtieth day of May 1868 is
2
FOR RENT- room apartmentwith
private entrance, bath and designated for the purpose of
screened porch, 304 East Moody II strewing with flowers or otherwise RECEIVE DOUBLE STAMPS With Purchase of $5.00 or More Food Order

Blvd. 5-28-3tc decorating the graves of Coupon Void After May 30, 1964
comrades who died in defenseof
FOR SALE-Pangola Hay, $1.50 i their country during the late

per bale. Call 4392123. 5-28-ltc I rebellion, and whose bodies now FLA. GRADE "A"
He In almost every city, village
FOR RENT-Furnished apart and hamlet churchyard in Qlrsa
ment. Call 437.3416 or see Mrs.L. "

Thompson next to motel on i the Two land.future Presidents were a. Whole YIr
South U.S. 1. 5-28-ltc
I:mong the 5,000 persons who
FRYER S
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DUE TO DIVORCE we have a repossessed -I gathered on the tree-shaded
64 model swing needle I slopes of Arlington for the first
Dial-0-Matic Zig Zag. makes I official observance of Memorial
fancy stitches, makes button Day. General Ulysses, S. Grant Ian fir I .
holes, sews on buttons, blind I.was an honored guest, and
stitches, monograms embroiders, General James A. Garfield de. U. S. Choice Florida Grade "A" Cutup

dams, patches, etc. Guaranteed, I livered the oration.
assume remaining 5 payments of The first Memorial Day was Rib Steak Lk 78 M5
750. Just phone Daytona 253- I a military, not a public holiday.In Fryers ,
8106. 5.28.2tp 1873, New York made it a ;
._--- state observance. Soon all states
FOR SALE-Alstate scooter with 'except a few in the South followed U. S. Choice Small Meaty {
side car, $50.00 as Is. Inquire New York's example. a.

206 Stone St. 5-21-tf Early Memorial Day exercises CHICK Steak Lb. 49< Spare Ribs Lb. 49

FOR SALE-6 room h--;;with underscored the North's victory,
but partisanship waned in time.
garage, 2 porches, easy terms. .
As new wars were fought, Memorial
II. W. Zeller, comer East Moody
became All Meat Center Rib
-or Decoration-Day
and Chapel, phone ID 73150.
I
May 21-tf Americans an occasion who died for honoringall for their STEWWorld' Lb. 69* Pork Chops Ib69<

FOR SALE-2-8 x 12% rugs country.In .
and 1-6 x 8 oval rug, $15.00 I contrast to the outgoing

.. each; 1-18-Inch electric fan .celebration of Independence Day,
'800.: Carmody, AlA and 2nd Memorial Day is pensive observe Best Ground Beef

Ave., Flagler Beach. 5-21-tf ance. The symbol of the Fourthof
"
FOR SALE OR TRADE on High July Day is, fireworks flowers ; of Fourth Decoration of. BEEF 39* Short Ribsu. 39*

way 1, Allendale, 4 large rooms, .
July orators draw upon the defiant
tile bath, masonry, plus ..room
Declaration of Independence.
garage apt. Phone 4392140. Memorial
Day speakersturn PILLSBURY
May 21-tf to the elegiac Gettysburg HERSHEY MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
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FOR SALE-3 bedroom house Address.
and adjoining lot, kitchen equip. Particularly in small towns SUGAR FLOUR

ped, panelled living room, builtin Memorial Day is a major event
oil heater, 2 blocks from Veteran's orgalnzations supply Bag. 39
Beach and post office, reason color guards and drill teams; V49: *
Bag 39
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able. Call 4392345. 5.21.2tpFOR the high school or town band (Plain or Self.Rlsinf)
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plays; children march, carrying
RENT-Furnished or un. small flags; a Boy Scout bugler
furnished 2 bedroom duplex blows taps at the cemetery; gardeners Limit One With Purchase Limit One With Purchase Limit One With Purchase
apartment, carport and screened contribute flowers; and $5.00 or More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order $5.00 or More Food Order
porch. Call ID 73304. church women's groups serve
April 16-tf lunch.
BAKERY ITEMS
FOR SALE-14' plywood boat fl. Memories of Kansas .
ber glass bottom. Gator tilt-up An elderly Kansan recalledthe I" Everfresh

trailer, 18 horse Evinrude motor, observance !Jn his hometownin COFFEE H*
less than 15 hours service. All in words that still capture the ROLLS Zge

perfect shape. W. E. Kudrna, flavor of thousands of Memorial
FANCY LARGE (LOCAL)
phone 4373247. 5.14.3tp Day Programs across the Nation: erfr..h
"And so my mind turns backto 3 For DINNER 2 Plcr.
WANTED-large attic fan in it and I see it again on every CANTALOUPES $100 ROLLS Z5e
good condition. Call Mrs. George recurring Memorial Day. I can
Jarosz, phone 4373410. 5-7-4tc see its people moving along its Shurfr..h TALL CANNED

WANT> p IRONING to do at my clean streets in group to converge .' LARGE CRISPY CREAM Each fOe
home, reasonable. Pick up & de upon the 'ppm. house,
livery. Phone ID 73669. where exercises of the day will CELERY Stalk Qf_ Umit 4 Please
be held and the orator of the
10-24-4f RED OR YELLOW 46 OZ. HAWAIIAN
I occasion will hold forth.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain I "And I can see the procession PUNCH 3 For 'booWATERMELONS
fields Installed; snail shell. Rea setting out for East Hill cemetery ICE COLD LARGE

sonable prices. Call George Ja the graves which I it will Van Camp
roz. ID 73410 8-1-tf presently garland with flowers, 99*
&BEANS 8 For '
? I the names cut upon the stones 100
CONSTIPATED
eontatatnPenn reared above them. And it
To PJtUN-EVAC
amo-o prom*!thf'c: aensa and most U s :JI&satln. comes to me as I write that I KRAFT
in the flesh all
knew
burry to1400DTS nearly MIRACLE
PHARMACY, those who lie there-that I have WHIP Q ; 49*
tot ontroni YHKS aulP1oID..000 taken them by the hand and
U UbUU for ttc. Over Lso .
sole asp rear. given them greeting."

-v v v-N I SEALD SWEET 6 OZ. CANNED DAIRY
JOHNSTON'S ,1 Sabdcxib for The Tlogln TrUntZMI
sLS3 Tar la Uycm t Each
fLAGLEB lEACH REALTY CO. I LEMONADE lOc KRAFT MIRACLE

LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, '
WATER FRONf. FARMS, FROZEN CUSTARD MARGARINE Qt'> z.e .

ACREAGE THICK SHAKES McZENZIE'S 10 OZ. ri3
{
t
B*. tut for your real estate BMds COLD BEER KRAFT '" !
Office: Phone HE 92342 FORD HOOK IS For ORANGE '
Residence< Phones ID 7-XBl l TASTY TREETSo. LIMAS 'fOO JUICE t tll. Me

or ID 7-3517 I AlA, FUfler Beach .
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ONE FULL WEEKNOW GIVING A-- SALE STARTS


of f SALE-A-RAM A Thursday, May 28
WEDNESDAY
SALE VALUES and Runs Thru JUNE 3,1914

208 MOODY BOULEVARD, FLAGLER BEACH, FLA. -:- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED


Our Meats Are Good As the "Best"--Better Than the RestFLORIDA


GRADE"A" DRESSED AND DRAWN FRESH BOSTON BUTT

WHOLE FRYERS u 29* PORK ROAST Lb. 39*

Limit 3 Please
I LYKE'S
WESTERN CORN FED-CENTER RIB

PORK CHOPS :Lb. 59* ALL MEAT FRANKS 1pGkg.O2. 39 c


PALM RIVERSLICED U.S. CHOICE GRADE CENTER CUT

BACON' 1149* Chuck STEAKS u 49


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HERSHEY'S CHASE & SANBORNCOFFEE BAKERITESHORTENING

SUGAR

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Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order


PRODUCE No.2V2 OS AGEPEACHES NO.300 VAN CAMP
Produce Prices Subject To Market Changes 4 For 'I00 PORK & BEANS 7 $1
RED AND RIPEWATERMELONS
Each 99No.. 303 SHURFINE FRUIT NO. 300 BUSHPORK

TOMATOES it>> 19C COCKTAIL 4 For $1 BEANS 10 $I 00

YELLOW COOKING
Each No. 300 SWEET TREAT CRUSHED LARGE 20 OZ. EVER FRESH
ONIONS cAX i : 25e PINEAPPLE S For $1 BREAD S Loaves $I
LARGE CRISPYCELERY

Z Stalks 25* 46 OZ. HAWAIIAN REGULAR OR JUNIOR
YOUNG TENDER Cello \ PUNCH 3 For $i MODESS 3 Boxes$100CARROTS
3' &. 29C
j LARGE FIRMHEAD 46 OZ. HI "C" ALL FLAVORS SOFT WEAVE TOILET

LETTUCE Each 19* DRINK 3 For $1 TISSUE 4 2 Pkrs.Roll $$

FROZEN FOODS
NO.300 BUSH NAVY N. B. C. LORNA DOONE
6 OZ. SEALD SWEETORANGE
JUICE 4 For $1 BEANS 5For49c COOKIES ,5*, 69C

Limit 8 Please .
TALL CAN SHURFINE EVAP. FOLGER'S INSTANT
SPINACH 12 OZ. BIRDSEYE CHOPPED Limit Please OR LEAkr.' $X 00 MILK 8 For $1 COFFEE 10 .. $45

9 OZ. MR.
"G"F 00 NO. 303 SUN UTETOMATOES CARNATION FAMIILY SIZE
FRIES 10ForLimit $1
$
8For
10 Please i COFFEEMATEIIJ: '79*

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I EXTRA FREE & I.100FEf EElOO SOS 50 :I50 EXTRA EE 50 YNN."YNNrNZ5 EXTRA FREE' ZS
. S&H GREEN STAMPS : S&H GREEN STAMPS := S&H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS
4 With this coupon and I With this coupon and : With this coupon and with this coupon and with this coupon and
', Your purchase of One V4 : Your purchase of One Your purchase of one 20 Your purchase of$5.00 or Your purchase of One
Gallon Foremost Ice Aluminum Lawn More Food
; Hot Shot Insect
j'I: Cream Chair lb. Bag Charcoal ti' OrderCoupon .. Bomb
Coupon Expires Coupon Expires b Coupon Expires Expires
Wednesday June 3, 1964 : Wednesday, June 3, 1964 Wednesday June 3, 1964 = Wednesday June 3, 1964 } Wednesday Coupon June Expires 3, 1964

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Anita Thomas Humphries Levering To Lenssen Marry PORK CHOPS lb. 59



Mr. and Mrs. Thpmas Hender of Durham and the late WoffordF. .
son Humphries of 12 Forest Rr.,I Humphries. She is the great 6 Choice JuicyBRISKET .
Biltmore, N.C., and Daytona granddaughter of the late Col. F R E E oMliTFT'S STEW 3 ILl. $I

Beach, Florida, have announcedthe and Mrs. John Keer Connally. When You Buy

engagement of their daughter Mr. Lenssen Is the son of Mrs. (1) lib pkg. Armour Star Lean Fresh GroundHAMBURGER
Anita Coxe, to Thomas Levering
Lenssen of Bunnell. Nicholas Fredrick Lenssen of FRANKS 59* .
Darien, Conn., and the late Mr. @ 3lbt $100Red
Miss Humphries, a student at
Lenssen. He Is a breeder of
Converse College in Spartan-
Charolals cattle at theT and White EVAPORATED
purebred
burg, S. c., is a grand daughterof
Mrs. Anita R. Coxe, and the Double L Ranch in Bunnell.A MILK I 8 $00 DIXIE CRYSTAL

late Trench Francis Coxe, and n August wedding is
of Mrs. Katherine N. Humphries planned. Our Value 3O: Can SUGAR
For
GIRL SCOUT NEWS by bus to Ormond Beach where TOMATOES 8 1
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Brownie Troop 701 and Junior I they Joined other scouts from 5 380
Troop 958 held a joint meetingon I I the Ormond Beach area In a Our Value (Cream Style) 303 Can Bag <<

third May 21st.Brownies At this time the. .i 1 neighborhood Sing. CORN 10 For 'I00 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
grade were presented
for their Brownie Fly-Up:MR. AND MRS. MORRIS Red and White 303 Can

Wings by their leaders, Mrs. (ENTERTAIN POPPY For Joe Grain'
Fresh Florida Grade "A"
Alice Johnston and Mrs. Glynis WORKERS AT PARTY APPLE SAUCE 6 'I00
LARGE
Pazynlak. i I Mr and Mrs. Walter Morris
These girls then made their
were hosts Saturday noon at a EGGSSHORTENING
Girl Scout Promise Mrs. RED & WHITE
to Myra
'I Hamburger Fry at their home,
Wadsworth, Co Leader of Troop I Chapel street. Guests included Dozen
958, and were welcomed Into the those who helped with The I 39*

troop by Patrol Leaders Karen American Legion Auxiliary Poppy
Clegg, Joy Lee and Kay Perry. I I Sale Saturday morning.

man. Those present were Janet 3 Tin 38C FROZEN FOODS -

The following girls received Scott, Janet Cook, Catherine liar.
Tip Top (PINK 6 Oz. Can
Limit 1 with food order )
Brownie Fly-Up Wings: Sheila ris, Mary Ann Steflik, Betty $5.00 or more

Johnston, Kim Pazynlak, Cherry Stefllk, Maria Hugas, Lyna LEMONADE Each 10
Wadsworth, Jackie Murray, Pam Knight, John Cook Pat Duncan, *
White, Martha Homsby, Christine Bruce Arnold, Bobby Misslnne, FRESH PRODUCE _

Hlgginbotham, Vivian Arnold and Mrs. Leonard Moody. Golden Ripe
Jean Hart, Rita PelUcer, I I "" GINGHAM GIRLFLOUR
Kathy Rider, and Elaine Skolar. j Billy Deen In BANANAS 10*

6n Saturday, May 23, Brownie, Winter Park
Junior, and Gadette Scouts from t Large Fancy -
Bunnell and Flagler Beach, accompanied 'For Ag Meet TOMATOES lb. 19*

by their leaders, went William Deen, Jr., attended S Bag 380
the annual State meeting of the Fresh (BLACK EYE) ,
I Florida Section of the American lb- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
PIT BAR-B-Q ,Society Agricultural Engineers PEAS 2 29* r-
RIBS, CHICKEN in Winter Park last weekend. I
AND SANDWICHES I As National Student President,
TASTY TREET he spoke to the group about 100 FREE SO FREE SOFREE
So. AlA, Flagler Beach I activities of the Student organ!.
ration. GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS

He will attend the National I, With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

Convention next month at Fort ,(1) 27 oz. can Johnson's/ 1 Giant Size Red&WhUe $5.00 or More Food
Bunnell TheatreBox Collins, Colorado, and will pre BEAUTIFLOR WAX DETERGENT Order

,side over the student meeting j Void After Void
After
Office Open 7:15 Coupon Coupon Coupon Void After

Show Start 7:30 I i In Billy Agriculture received at his the US University degree I I Sunday, May 31, 1964 Sunday, May 31, 1964 Sunday, May 31, 1964
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
.. \ I of Florida last year and he Is
11(11m!CDfV )
I now In the graduate school
BRYMEIJ.Jt
working on his Masters Degree.
cmatlHIBlS :1 t I He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
SlBsIMI RBD* gnJr.<:* i!William Peen of Bunnell.
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......wnairrj. r I.X* Allen and
Mrs. Nell Mrs. Rla
SUNDAY & MONDAYS 'al .
Johnston were In Albany, Ga*
:.o.stAg _\ 'I several days last week the "
OI-vm".rot-PETER!sa.JaS Ir.oeaa guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur '

YtW tR..__Cd._.....eeL-.-_.. Durslilmer. \
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Mrs. Gladys Deen is a patient OPEN SUNDAYS
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': bet came to $28,168,000 gallon, ida lat year came to 3,386,000 I The world's first successfullive The Red Sea "bumpflsh" gets
\ Dairy Products j 8 pr fipftt. over the Pt lye pounds of curd and 5,226,000 birth of a porpoise in caP.j food for living in coral by but.
y ar average and slightly JUo"I pounds of creamed. tivity occurred at ting off coral chunks with a I
t: Move Upward I than' ihe; f2 figure. "Whole milk used to manu Florida In 1947. I hard buffer on its forehead.(

Dairy products manufacturedIn "Regular ice cream amounted fc tue these products in Flor
18,986,000 'm4'uac; ida reached 217,315,000 pounds,
Florida moved upward In "to pUp -
quantity |>ut not In variety, the; tured in 140 plants throughout up 3 per cent during the year." CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
, Florida State Chamber of Com I the state. Twenty-two of these
" merce reports. I plants are classified as large as H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
'These products are of two they produce more than 20,000 Communist China, recently JOHN CA O, Associate
classes: Ice cream and other I'gallons annually."Ice recognized by France, contains
frozen desserts, and cottage milk was made in 558 700 million people or 23 percentof I AIR LADYATTENDANT OXYGEN
cheese. Other types of manufacf Florida plants and productionran the world's population, the CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
f. red* dairy products are not to 7,708,000 gallons, up 4 National Geographic says. The AMBULANCES
: made In Florida In commercial per cent over 1962. Milk sherbet multitude grows by 16,800,000each I
l quantities. amounted to 1,505,000 gallons, year. This annual increase Phone ID 7-3532
f.' 'TASt: year's volume of ice up 2 per cent. equals the' entire population of 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
: seam, ice milk and milk sher "Cottage cheese made in Flor Greece. .
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Qa4deKllt i t Ql&uda inches in trunk diameter apply Books Are My DishBy serves as economist with both ..:. .. ---
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five pounds per tree. the Agricultural Experiment Stations j

(By Hernr Sharp) For azaleas, camellias cro ( Dorothy Homons) and the College of Agri. Dance to theMua'i; of .
The Mysteries of America culture, explained that the rate
Controlling weeds with chemicals tons, hibiscus, gardenias, shrubs, ( THE '
Is easier than dancing the hedges and other ornamental could not have a better new reduction will also provide live RHYTHM .
twist because It takes only one plants make four applicationsper president than Edwin D. Radin, stock raisers with many new '
the author of "Little Borden" opportunities to reduce their ', ROCKERSAT
turn. This Is the turn of a spray year. Apply one to one and : cost
nozzle. one-half pounds of fertilizer toj I The Untold Story. A newspaper of production. I THE
Chemical weed control adds 100 man, Mr. Radin has three scoopsin
a square feet of planting per BAMBOO COCKTAIL
touch of professionalism to the application in late spring, summer research work on the two "Pudgy" the porpoise at Ma LOUNGE
task once performed by the hoe. winter and early spring.The famous murders. Even one scoop
rineland has given birth to four FLAGLER BEACH '
have
would been remarkable
It requires less work and little as
late
spring application Is calves since 1950. lIer current
or no sweat. due now. Water plants spreadthe so many famous mystery writers named "Gordo" Is I Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. '
offspring
have had their at this ,
But don't become go trag
overconfident plant nutrients ,and then I now four old. I
in using the chemicals. water the plant food materials edy. And his solution seems so years

This could spell doom to beau. in. simple. Why didn't someone I

tiful undesirable ornamentals as well as the Azaleas and camellias need think true of it of before all great Which scientific is also O SEND FOR nil BOOKLET ABOUT

plants. special acid type fertilizer, so discoVeries.The .
Growth regulators such as be sure to feed them the right Flagler Woman's Club LIbrary i 9p Qt 1
2,4.D; 2,4-,5-T and MVP, even in
small amounts formula or they may become is always glad to be .
very may Injure
fertilizer sick.Annuals .
given books hard backs
susceptible plants. These ma. or pa.
terials are weed killers. But re and perennials need per backs. With paper backs, 0 a
three applications of one to one: they do wear out
although we
cannot
member they
distinguish
and one-half pounds of 6.6.6 1
find hold
between weeds and non- they up remarkably FLORIDA-AMD ITS
fertilizer per year for each 100 well which is thanks ,
to those
[weeds. H Ov.r $40 M..l. JHUlil"T
feet of
Do I square plantings. Make who read them. *s..et.l Mmmf hmHy ev..lI *
not 2,4.D within
apply one application at planting r *WwM M*| wMt* bMthlO
several feet of sensitive plants Without paperbacks most libraries t.iy es r.. I time and two during the grow. I k ir e.,1
cannot afford new books
such as most garden plants ing season. Nitrates of soda or M Hi 1Cl..rw.le Ck.mb r .( C.Tm.r t CU. wa> f, H.tlJ. MM lass JP
flowers and ornamentals. Cover so the best thing is the year-
:other sources of nitrogen are ,
flowers later paper back. When the
and shrubs with paperor needed in spring and in summer .
before torn paper backs can be thrown
plastic spraying. Use at the rate of one-half
to FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
out and the new ones put In
extreme care to prevent the
one pound 100 feet
per square
their place. By the the
chemical from reaching orna of way,
plantings.
mentals through drifting leachIng Another activity New Look in Paperbacks is AMBULANCE

Into the soil or by runningon Is taking do-it-yourself care of gladioli rounded shoulders so they will PHONE VAlloy 4 1625
the surface during a heavy I that slip more easily into the "pocket SERVICE
are through blooming at ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
shower of rain. this time. I

Apply weed killers on a calm Actually, when the tips beginto from 15 to 20 per cent below I Never be tmltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. W.

day because windblown chemi yellow and die back, it is the current single car rates on art always at your tunic with promptness safety and.xperienc.
cals can Injure all movements of grain" he said.
plants over time I
to dig the bulbs and prepare .
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the neighborhood.Even them for storage. New I"This rate reduction greatly im

on calm days use low corms grow on top of old ones proves the livestock Industry's Equipped With Oxygen Resiuitator and Inhalator
pressure-20 to 40 pounds per so break off and throwaway position with midwest producers.

square Inch-and nozzles with the old corms and store the new Since Florida's meat, milk Garcia Funeral HomeP.
large openings that put out ones. and poultry producers are importing

coarse sprays rather than fine Prior to storing the new corms, hundreds of thousandsof E. GARCIA. Licensed Funeral Director
mists. tons of grain into Florida '"
dry them first In an open dry LADY ASSISTANT
Before using any chemical, and shady place for about a each year McPherson, who
weed killer, insecticides fun --- If -
or week. Eight weeks before re ,
giddes-be sure to read and follow planting place the corms in your \ iti

the instructions on the refrigerator and plant immediately I

chemical container. upon taking them out of
Feeding Trees refrigeration.Glads i '.

Fertilizing trees is aimed at will grow without refrigeration

putting nutrients where they but if not given cool .
will do the most good. For trees storage treatment they produce j I j

with trunks less than six Inchesin irregular growth and erratic

diameter punch holes under blooming.It .
the entire canopy 12 Inches deepat will soon be dior.and.xtore
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18-Inch Intervals and apply Iris time. Irises do not need to
three pounds of a garden fertilizer be placed In cold storage but

In the holes. Two applications the large, clumped bulbs shouldbe
per year are recommended.One broken Into individual parts
now and another in the fall. and old and new bublets stored
For trees larger than six in a cool place in readiness for

fall planting.

HASTINGS MATTRESS I IFreight Rates
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS on
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Phone EA 5-9166 Federal Court decision to
Furnltu v Upholstering allow the Southern Railroad Co.
Repaired & Refinished to reduce their freight rates on
Mattresses & Box Springs I
Made to Order Also Renovated feed grains 60 per cent below
Janaury 1963 rates on five 100-
Call Laura
Mortis 4373233 E tJfI
After 6:00 P. M. ton carlots may mean savings
PRICES REASONABLE.. of thousands of dollars to Flor ,
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. ida's dairy, beef and poultry Industries .
Just as near W. K. McPherson University _
Office I
Phone or Post of Florida agricultural

Free Drop Pick-up Us A Card& Delivery or Call economist, said today.

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,: : tient I Ithe Bunnell General harvesting when the sun shone

I ; la ah' .I- n u. 1ta&t} Hospital for medical treatment. I I directly on through opposite two, walls small apertures of a.

(Continued Mrs. William Marshall returned I I four-story tower in what Is now
: from Page 5) to her home in Onancock, Va. I i the Casa Grande National Monument
" BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FLAGLER BEACH I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sunday after a visit spending I I
! GRADUATION IS TONIGHT SCHOOL GRADUATION Holly during the past weekend some time here with Mr. and I
I . The sixth grade of the Flag. Processional. Included his mother, Mrs. GeorgeF. j I Mrs. Raphael Sturman.
t ler Beach Elementary School Welcome ......m..... Cathy Duncan I Holly, and his brothers, Mr. !i I I Many t3oral-reef fishes change
will have their annual graduation Education .............. Ann Meekins I and Mrs. Woody Holly and Law.1I I colors at night, presumably to
... .... I The skin of American Indians I make themselves hard to
tonight (Thursday) at 8 o' Tolerance .. .. Donna Filkins rence Holly, of Ocala. Mr. and see.
clock In the cafetorlum. Hope .......................... Kris Martel Mrs. Holly reside In Flagler is not red but brown, sometimes Tiny pigment cells expand or
Various awards will also be Our School......... Babara Wilson Beach. He is the sanitarian for I shading almost to white. The contract to reveal or. hide color.
I presented to many students by Presentation of Special Awards the JTlagler County Health Department Indians' fondness for painting
W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal. The and diplomas .... W. E. Fennell. l I( themselves with red ocher or The right side of a ship is
public Is cordially Invited. Recessional. I I vegetable dyes led early called starboard from the old
Graduating Class of 1964 ers to call them eXPlor'j English "steorboard meaning
Attending the Druggists' Con. steering side. All early sailing
STUDENTS BUY David Willis Anderson Bar
vention In Clearwater
last week
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Salado Indians of ships had the steering oar
bara Ann Bross, Catherine Lou.
SAVINGS STAMPS from
Bunnell .
and Mrs.T.
ise Duncan, Donna Marie Fil were Mr. gan the spring planting or fall placed on the right facing the
The Flagler Beach post office E. Holden. Also Mr. and Mrs.
reports that the Flagler Beach kips, Frank Newton Fleurie, Pa. George Moody of Moody's Pharmacy
Elementary School students pur tricia Michelle Galloway, Mary of Bunnell. NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
In Save Jane Green, Janet Sue Haines,
chased a total of $80955
ings Stamps during this school Suzanne Faye Hutcheson, Deborah Miss Iona Moody of Orlando fire 'insurance policies we write still give the same
year. { Lynn Lucas, Krls Marion visited here several days this dependable protection. But today 'you can often enjoy additional .
An average of 33 per cent of Martel Ann Sanderson Meekins, week with her parents, Mr. and I coverage benefit-Home Owner's Policy-at very
the students bought stamps Billy Joe Miller, Deborah De. Mrs. D. D. Moody. little extra costRemember.
rese Owens, Dee Ann Perkins,
employee
from a post office I H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you
Susan Marie Peterson Sheila
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each Monday at school. Accord. Dr. and Mrs. Allen, Reynolds \
take of
advantage these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361
Ing to W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal Nell Phillips, Grady Edward and children were in Miami or stop in soon for full details.H. .
:Prather, Jr., Becky Lee Thomas,
many children use this several days this week attend.
means of learning thrift and patriotism I Rosanna Tidwell, Daniel Henry ing the Dental Association meet. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
and have bought manyU. Waterman, Kenneth Williams ing and also visiting with his 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Flo
S. Bonds in this way. Whitney, Barbara Sue Wilson, sister and family.
Christy Lynn Wilson, Constance _._ .
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Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton
Acknowledgment Saturday atternoon from the St.
'left slx weeks
Monday on a Music, Lou Half' ; decoration Vincent Hospital In Jacksonville 24 HourWrecker .R..
vacation. after they re
Shortly
i will chairman, Sara Martel; gradua where he received medical at. Service
Mr. Stanton
turn
accompanyBoy
tion cap chairman, Lorna Gallo. tention four days.
Scout Troop 495 to Camp
way; graduation gown chair.
Lanochee for a week. man, Etta Peterson; refreshment Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rice and Flagler Truck & TractorMASSEY.FERGUSON Co
chairman, Mary Ann Meekins.I family were in Jacksonville Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwenk I I Usherettes-Carol Kirkpatrick, where they attended the
and Prof. Theodore Weber left r Victoria Perritt, Donna Whitney, Dog Show. They showed a toypoodle Grove Farm Industrial' Equipment
today for New York Where they Sharon Dean Debra Johnson. which was one of the
will sail June 2nd for a six I top dogs in her class. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

weeks cruise to Iceland, Norway, Subscribe to Th Flogltr Tribune Owner Bunnell Florida
Sweden Finland, Poland, Russia S&5Q A TEAR Mrs. Jessie Muzyka is a pa
and Holland. Upon their return \ ,

they will spend the remainderof .
the summer at their homeon ,
Lake Wlnnlplsockee, N. II. CHEVY H by ChevroletGo


METHODIST CHURCH on an drive this vacationsure
Church school time is 9:45A. : economy
.M. and morning worship Is I
at 11 o'clock with Rev. R. N. : a Chevy II just about runs on pea. sedans,wagons and jobs. One that's
s Hoover, minister. The church nuts. But this frisky family car will take sure to be priced sport you too. Because -
school pupils will sing a special the whole gang along on any trip. And in right now is Trade 'N' Travel
song during the morning plenty of comfort and a whole lot of style. Time at your Chevrolet dealer's. So right
worship hour and there will be Along with pep, it has a roomy, com at the time when you'll get the most fun
an official board meeting immediately fortable Body by Fisher plus virtually TRADE TTTRJlVa from a new cart you'll also make a great
after church service. effortless care. Battery-saving Delcotron deal on your old one.
Visitors this past Sunday Included generator, self-adjusting brakes, long-life TIME Being so practical about a vacation can
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Belts muffler and other big Chevrolet features only add to your fun. And the place to 6,
from Gainesville. Mr. Rests is all help you save on maintenance. practical is at your Chevrolet dealer's
president of the University of And there's a big choice of models- 'OU"I CHUT MICHW r raWMMOS during Trade 'N Travel Time. Nowl!

Florida. Chevy U Nova S ort COIl e
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Johnson Memorial Church
held a covered dish supper j r ,

Thursday night, May 21, at its
community building on AlA, ; .rt ; ATRE r ,"'
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Mrs. Robert Oliver showed
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their recent trip to the West. s'k
The supper and pictures were t

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Sunday School at 10 A.M.
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Worship Service 11 A. M. y

Everyone welcome. I
Rev. Gerald Combs, pastor.

Three "educated" porpoises
trained to perform intricate routines : ;
in synchronized action are
now on view at Marlneland. 1s


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