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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 26, 1964
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I- VOLUME 52, NO. 47 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY NOV. 26, 1964___ It
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J County-Board I LARRY SMITH : Beach Commission I HOOVER TO SHOW I II The er Beach I

WAS SERIOUSLY I PICTURES TO CLUB I

< Objects to Plan BURNED TUESDAY I Its Invited To I Featured on the program Park Provided for Ii 1
) Larry Smith of St. Augustine .
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when the Flagler Senior Citizens
) Of School BoardThe is in the Flagler Hospital for serious re I Meet The PeopleAs j I Club meets next Tuesday In Budget Request ;
ceiving treatment
evening, Dec. 1, will be Rev.
Board of County Commissioners burns which he received Tuesday I a community service the I George Moody, Sr., chairman I
Reynold Hoover, Flagler Beach,
: passed a resolution at of last week when a motor !i Flagler Woman's Club will slides of the Flagler Beach State Park
who will show and tell
t.!, a special meeting Thursday blew up. |I I sponsor a meeting to be held of some of the experiences I Advisory Council, received a \I II

r night asking the Flagler County He is a brother of Charles)I Iin the clubhouse, South Central I which he and Mrs. Hoover en- I copy of the State Park Board's
Legislative Delegation to withhold Smith Bunnell and Virgil Avenue, on Tuesday, December3rd
of budget request for the Flagler
I I I Joyed while on a vacation trip
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action the first at 7:30 P. M members of
any on Smith of Flagler Beach. lie is : Beach State Park. The budget
I to Yellowstone National Park.
t' $2,000 of the homestead exemption a former resident of Bunnell. the club said today. !I be of $93,372 is for the 1963-67 bi-
I l I There will a potluck
y bill until the need has been The City Commissioners of I I t for members and their sup. II ennlum and Includes new de.
t established. Flagler Beach will meet with per velopment and construction
Bunnell starting at 6.00: P. M. In
guests
I The resolution was offered by Completes the people to tell of the pro I addition to food, those who I projects for the park.
l John Clegg and seconded by posed improvements to the city. They plan to use this amountfor
asked also
Season With 54The plan to attend are to
C.AH.. Cowart. Alfred Tucker, Plans for the new city hall and : bring table service and beverage water line extension, ranger's

C Clegg and Cowart voted yes. Bunnell Bulldogs finished recreation room will be discussed :< of their choice. The club meets residence, beachfront pavillion,

Wickline, against Chairman the 1964 season winning from j I I I and pictures shown. j i at the. Woman's Club building with restrooms, vending machinearea
Otis. Hunter did not vote. There will be a short question ] screened area, four or five
Callahan 450. I I I I Ion South Central Avenue in
l The board also voted to pay In the first period Walton and answer period also, they Flagler Beach beach front shelters, bulkheadat

r the expenses of the tax assessorto Cowart passed to Elbert Tuckerfor ]I said. boat basin, bcachrfont en
attend a meeting of the State 13 yards for the first TD.. Special invitations will be extended I SMALL CLAIMS tranceway, Interior roads, and II'
Association of Tax Assessors. to the heads of those organizations
Later in the same period Cowart!I COURT SESSION parking areas. !j
I Also Instructed Board Secretary passed to Tucker for a 40 yard and their members i I They are also requesting' for
E. A. Smythe to Inform the TD pass play. First half who expect to use the new recj j I Judge Leola Jones of the operating funds for the existing
Social Security omce In Daytona score 12.0.During reation hall as a meeting placein Small Claims Court said there facilities which include payroll i
Beach that the board Is willing the future. were no cases heard at the session
the third period Arthur 'I' expenses and new equipmentup
!t to give use of the commissioners Ford, ran over from the 6 yard All Interested citizens are In. Wednesday morning. She to the amount of $ ,GOO for
i "t room free of charge for the social line for the third TD. voted to attend this meeting, the received several claims to be the first year and $ ,218 for the
security office for its Inter. club heard at the next session of the I
committee
In the final period Tom Mc arrangements I,second year, _
rv viewing session here each Daniel ran over from his 15 yard stated. ,< court i I In addition to these amounts, i

'. month. line. Callahan fumbled and lost a contingency fund Is being Included -
"h The board also approved the to provide for staffingand
: the'ball with backs to the goal Council
annual financial report which Is I Nursing operating all new facilitiesfor
line and Dan Cody recovered it FIRST BAPTIST I.
to be In Tallahassee December 1.
for this TD. Then Walton Cow CHURCH NEWS Elects OfficersAt which appropriations are
I art ran two TD's, one was for made. They expect the proposed
Club 5 yards and the other was for Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., of J development at the park will
Quarterback : 15 yards, Walter Townsend kick. the First Baptist Church, said Annual Meet require a two.man staff

ed three extra points after TD. his sermon topic for Sunday will This request is part of ,the
elected
Elects Officers For Mrs. George Clrgg was
l Final score ,was Bunnell 45. be: morning", "Could Christ president of the Fjagler) Com $8.8 million statewide budgetwe ,
I Have Sinned. have reallstlcal
prepared, as
Council at the
1965 Season Topic for the evening service munlty Nursing ly as possible, to provide for
I 1' '. Flagler Park t . will be "Gifts From An EmptyPurst' Thursday morning meeting' at what we believe are the minis .. ...........1
::4 /The officers for the 1965 Football ? ." the 'f\n\ {, Methodist Church. She
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t 4 mum upkeep and operating
Seasomwas'elected'truesday uccrfdft Thomas Duncan who
Appropriation l'\ - ," .\ ; '.I( VV got
B needs the 94 parks In our
night Those elected were Coy has served as present since
Harris, Captain; C. H. Knight ,Totals 'a the council was organized. system," Board Director N. E.

Alt. Captain; James Craig, Sec. $139,000 Mrs. Betty Shultz Elected to serve with her were: I "Bill" Miller said In the letter.
Mr. Miller also said "We will
retary; Dale Brown, Treasurer; The Florida Board of Parks Mrs. J. B. Pelllccr, vice president

I Leonard Moody, Publicity; Alfred has sent to the State Budget Director Found Dead At ; and Mrs. M. C. Strickland, will need-and have-the certainly support hope of your we

Tucker, Parllmentarlan. I a two-year budget requestfor Jr., secretary. II. V. Peavy, Jr.,
Council, l legislative delega
Leslie Pache Chairman of program Washington Oaks Gardens Home TuesdayMrs i was reelected to serVe as treas. your
committee. Elected to work lion, and your community, whenwe
State Park less
totalling slightly urer.
with Pache were John Canak- Betty Shultz, wife of I present this program to the.19m
arcs, Gerald Manuel, and R. W. than $139,000. Oaks Gardens Clarence M. Shultz of Flagler I The Flagler Community Nursing legislature. If any of you
Washington Council was organized in
Deen, Jr. Beach, was found dead Tuesday I wish further details, please
is south of
State Park located
the spring of 1963 and receivedIts
On the membership committee Marlneland Florida AlA morning at the family home, write me for them"Copies
on charter In September of that ;
of the letter were also '
r Johnny Lynn, Harold Hlggln* 1424 South Central Ave.
The Oaks Gardens
Washington year. The organization also mailed to Senator Verle Pope,:'
botham, Sam Broadaway, Clifford State Park request Includes Mr. and Mrs. Shultz were residents the Loan Closet whichis .
sponsors Representative 111U L.:
Hlgglnbotham, and GeorgeM. for salaries of Evansville, Ind., and m
$53,000 operating housed in the back of
rooms Wadsworth, and Council l Memjf
Moody. expenses and equipment.The after retirement they moved to The Beauty Hut on Bay Street hers Mrs Maria Erode, MrsT
t remainder of the Flagler Beach 13 years ago.
requestIs Mrs. Louise Taylor reported
Harold Music, Lymari L. Cage
Rev. Hoover Guest for a number of developmentand They had resided In Jacksonvilleone there were 11 admissions to the and E H Threadgill. :
construction projects Including year before coming to Flag nursing service and 331 home t

Speaker At Rotary a beach front picnicarea I ler Beach. visits made during the first .

garden expansion, visitor I Mrs. Shultz was active In the 'year of operation ,
Rev Reynold Hoover, pastor of center, and roads and parking Flagler Woman's Club, and the The purpose of the council is FIRST METHODIST

the Flagler Beach Methodist areas. Flagler Beach Methodist Church, I to expand the public health CHURCH NEWS'i' i I

Church, was guest speaker at Miller added that, althoughthis I She was a member of the nursing services in Flagler The sermon topic for November i

the regular weekly luncheon request does not provide church choir and often was r County to include home nursing 29, the first Sunday of the ''
meeting of the Rotary Club of for them, this developmentwould .soloist She was 70 years of age .care. They will provide skilled Advent Season, will be '"The
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Bunnell on Thursday at the Ma. eventually require an I and had been in declining nursing care and teach mem- I' Self Unveiling Cod."
sonic Hall at 12:30: P. M. Mr. eight-man park staff health In recent years. >1>I ben of the family how to give The special quarterly confer

Hoover was introduced by Ly- The Park Board also sent to I She Is survived by her husband care between visits. The services enco held last Sunday unanlr

man Cage, program chairman. the State budget director a two Clarence M. Shultz, Flag are given only if ordered by a I mously voted for the Incorpora *
Mr. Hoover :spoke on the Importance year budget request for the Buj,j ller: Beach; two sons, Charles M. physician, and a small few .Is lion of the church. The newly

of giving thanks in our low Ruins Historic Memorial I Shultz of Danville, Ill ,and charged.It elected officers are M. B. Fuller, *
daily living and in developingthe totalling nearly 58000. Herman M. Shultz of Evansville, was stated that anyone president; nay Carle, vice preilw
awareness of blessedness in The Bulow Ruins Historic Me. Ind.; one sister, Mrs. Fannie having articles that may be dent; H. T. Cook, treasurer. A
our lives. mortal 1 request includes nearly Ruston, Flagler Beach; two used In the sick room for persons charter will be obtained from
Charles Tonkin, vice president, $10,000 for salaries, operating brothers, Ralph Olmsted of Evancville. confined and would like the State of Florida
presided at the meeting in the expenses and equipment. Ind., and Walter Olms to contribute them to the Loan DtLcmd District Holly
absence of Tom Lenssen, presl The remainder of the ted of Bunker Hill III. Also I
I request surviving Closet may do so by calling First Church of DeLand will
dent, Arch McDanlel was welcomed Is for a number of development are six grand children. I 437-3417 or 4373113. Plans may be host for a special rally on
to the meeting from the.and construction projects includ Funeral service will be held be made for pickup by calling November 29, at 7 o'clock. The
Ormond Beach Club for the purpose ing reconstruction of the old from the Flagler Beach Methodist these numberi. world renown speaker will be

of making up a meeting.. 1|sugar mill, two equipment shelters !. I Church Friday afternoon at!I LOAN CLOSET NEWS Dr. t. Manning Potts, editor of
On Thursday evening Rotariian and roads and parking 3 o'clock. Interment will followat I Anyone wishing to borrow the world-wide used UPPER
and their Rotary Anns !. areas: Bellevue Memorial Cemetery, I from or return articles to the'(r ROOM. ills timely subject will

wives) gathered at the home)! According to State Parks DI'j Daytona Beach. The Pastor RevReynold Loan Closet may call Mrs L. U.I bet Encircling the World WithA
of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brooks' rector N. E. Bill :Miller, these Hoover will officiate. I Church U7.3411 between the Christian Fellowship of Personal .

for a Rotary Fireside Meeting. quests are part of the $8.8 million . The body will rest here at I hours of 9 A. H. and 3 P.M. If Family and Croup Devotions.
The Brooks home was attractive > satewlde budget the Park the Craig Funeral Home, 201 I no answer, leave message at the .

Iy decorated for the occasion of,I Board has prepared to provide j ji East Moody Boulevard, from :5 i Health Department, phone 437- A reception to honor Dr. PotU
fellowship and a good time. .i the minimum upkeep and opoI I(o'clock Thursday Afternoon (today 3113. will follow with all our district
Light food and refreshments j| crating needs of the 94 parks in I ) until noon Friday, and Anyone wishing to donate churches as hosts. We are dismissing >
were served. The members present Florida's system, and at the I I from 2 o'clock until the funeral anything to the Loan Closet our regular evening
and their wives had the!.same time to meet some of the! hour at the church. I may also call the same num. worship service for this special
spedal opportunity of celebrating ,[ever increasing public demand Funeral: .
: arrangements are un bers. Arrangements will be' service. Plan to attend. Anyone ,
the birthday with the host for additional outdoor recreational I der direction: of Craig Funeral I made to pick up or arrange to I I I needing transportation should '

Homer Brooks. facilities Home. have it picked up. I contact the pastor.rt .

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General Roberts, known to his i
Modern Roads To I .
tfoops as "Bobs,' led the forced

Link Khyber Pass; II march and hostile through country 313 miles to relieve of wild a!I! WE GIVE ME T T S Quantity Reserved Rights

\ Famous LandmarksAfghanistan besieged British garrison at I ***
Kandahar. Kipling wrote: "If I TOP PRICES GOOD
you stood 'im on 'is head, Fath
Is building a net Fri., Sat., Mon.
work of modern roads to link I er BobsYou could spill a quartof VALUE ,
lead outa Bobs." I SUPER MARKET Nov. 27, 28, 29
Kabul with the Khyber Pass I
and other landmarks of "Kipling Kandahar now 'has a large international I ***
STAMPS
Country." I airport, built with 103 S. Railroad St.
American aid, and is the most Telephone 73201
The very names recall the
days when the British ruled In. Important city in southern Af-
BOSTON BUTT (FRESH)
ghananistan.
dia, and Afghanistan was the
arena for the so-called Great In Kabul, buildings are rising i '

Game-the sub rosa power strug. everywhere, pavement covers I PORK ROAST Ib. 39FLAVOR
gle between Great Britain and many of the twisting dirt streets,
Imperial Russia. and a hydroelectric plant lights
Today, as the United States homes and provides power for I
and the Soviet Union vie In new factories. AGED (CHOICE)

helping to develop Aghhanistan, From Kabul runs the great !
road building Is a major ges. trade route east through the I CHUCK ROAST lb. 49 ,
ture of friendship. American I Khyber Pass and on to Peshawar .
firms are building a highway, Pakistan. Kipling wrote of
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down to Kandahar from Kabul, It: "And there fled on the wingsof '
the Aghhan capital, the Nation. the gathering dusk/ saviourof LEAN MEATY WILSON SELECT
al Geographic Society says. camels and carpets and

Epic Forced March musk/ A murmur of voices a PORK STEAK lb. 49C BEEF LIVER Lb. 49eSTREAK :;
When completed, the road will reek of smokeTo tell us the
reduce the arduous trip to a trade of Khyber woke."
comfortable day's drive. In'1880, The Kabul.Peshawar road remains OF LEAN WHITE I II
FLAVOR AGED Choice CHUCK
it took 22 days for General an important, if hazard. ( )

Sleigh Roberts, G.C.B., V.C., K.G.,I i I ous, artery. Supreme Court Justice BACON 33'
O.M., to lead 10,000 men along I William O. Douglas, writ. I STEAKS Lb. 55
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the same route. I ing in the National Geographic,
described one section: "The THRIFTWAY (SLICED)
I mountain road climbs through '
ST. THOMAS CHURCH barren canyons, reaches many
BACON Lb
South(Anderson Episcopal)Street I false tops, winds down a spell, 55MEAT STEW Lb. en;
Rev. Jame. Henry Taylor. Jr.Sunday then leads to & new summit.
Service W
10:30: a.m. Church School There are 30 miles or more of WORLD'S BEST (Extra Lean) Ground ,
11.15: a.m. Morning Prayers and I'.
sharp curves and no guardrails;
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Sermon PLUS 50 FREE TOP VALUE
Holy Communion lit Sunday In winter trucks often hurtle Into .
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the canyons." STAMPS WITH PUR. 3 Lbi.
In summer, as heavily laden
PETERSON TEXACO trucks grind up the mountains, GIANT SIZETIDE
SERVICE men perch on fenders to splash

ROAD SERVICE tins of water on the overheated GiaNt||I'
Light Mechanical Work radiators. The road Is being im. 4SSAVE
Phone 4373441 Buxuull proved with American assistance. Size
Tribesmen Drive Trucks
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Many of the brightly colored
trucks seen on the route are 31c
I MILLER owned by Afridl tribesmen who OR YOUR CHOICESALVO
once guarded "that narrow
ELECTRONICS sword-like cut in the hills," .as I Giant '
"1744 Ocean: Shore Bird. Kipling called the Khyber. The 4S

Afridl are Pathans, or Pakhtuns,
REPAIRS ON TV'S SizeLimit
the collective name for the dozenor I
WASHERSDRYERS more tribes who live In the : SAVE 31c

mountainous country along both (1) of' your choice with purchase of
sides of the Afghanistan-Pakis
$5.00 or more food order
Call Collect 672-0377 tan border
I The British Raj paid the Path
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Half !
ans an allowance to keep the CLOROX
peace on the Northwest Frontier. 19

lie did not interfere with tribal Gal. .
disputes over zor. son, and xa-
HASTINGS MATTRESS I min (money, women, and land). SAVE 22c
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS I The Pathans still swear by their Limit (1) / Gal. with purchase* of $5.00 or ,
710.12 Lemon St. ancldent code that commands more food order '
Palatka, Florida I revenge regardless of cost, unlimited SOFTWEVE (All Colors) \
Phone EA 5-9166 hospitality for all, and .
Fumltu-x Upholstering sanctuary for anyone who requests Rail ,
Repaired & Refinished it. TISSUE 2 19'1

Made Mattresses to Order.&Also Box Renovated Springs But change is coming to these Pkg. !

Call Laura Morris 4373233 harsh hills too. A molik, or tribal Umit (1) Package with purchase of $5.00 or Jj
After 6:00 P. M. leader, may offer his guests more food order 1
Coca.Cola as well as green tea
PRICES REASONABLE.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. while he tells of his son study LYKE'S 300 CAN '
Just as near as your ing in Peshwar University. And With '
Phone or Post Office the omnipresent voices of the CHILI BEANS C4:.. 100 I
Drop Us A Card or Call transistor radio blares in Pathan
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1-r" T F KRAFT (Fresh) ORANGE SHOWBOAT ((300 Can)

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FLORIDA Thursday Nov. 26, 1964
FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNJNELL. -
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'of the Moon way but Bond was i! about to -marry them, or worse
Books Are My Dish obviously relieved when they yet sent back to SM RS} (Deathto

I : .Tlaaler a k : PT Dorothy Homons I' got-bumped--off Just-as he -was--I---the Spies.) -

Last Saturday, visitors to the I|

.Holiday Bazaar at the Flagler;, I
-I FLAGLER BEACH PTA TO CADETTE GIRL SCOUT NEWS Woman's Club could also, if II i
I I RESTAURANT i
MEET NEXT TUESDAY Kathy Cornwell was invested they wished, stop in at the Library DIXIANA I
and see the Collection of
The Flagler Beach Parent- into Cadette Troop 963 last I II
newspapers, pictures, and art-
have Tuesday evening at the Scout II
Teacher Association will icles in memory of President THANKSGIVING SPECIALi
its December meeting next Tuesday house in Flagler Beach. Mrs. Kennedy who died Nov. 22, 1963 i I
evening, Dec. 1st. It will be Mary Bums, leader presentedher :
of an assassin's bullet in Dallas
at 7:30 in the school cafetorlum with a Girl Scout Pin. Texas. Turkey Dinner $1.50

and there will be a special Year pins were also presented I
Christmas program. The fifth to. Delores Brock, Doris Don't miss the Library's paper Includes Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, 2 Vegetables

gradt$ sroom mothers will be Burns, Vickie Moore, Pam Smith, back of Doris Miles Disney's Salad Pumpkin Pie

hostesses. .,.... Sue Duncan, Eleanor Shill, and TOO INNOCENT TO KILL. The I COFFEE HOT ROLLS BUTTER I
\ .:' Mrs. Bums. One*'new" member, plot was given the writer by a I

MYF ARE HOSTS Linda Shea, also attended the doctor. It's a I-can't-bear-to-put-
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Fifteen members and three METHODIST CHURCH , I pills A British kills and publicity wills. release NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe

chaperones of the Bunnell Methodist about Ian Fleming says that he fire insurance policies we write still give the some
Fellowship{ were Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M.
Youth
> was In many ways like his hero, dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional -
of the Flagler Beach and morning worship at 11 o'-
I guests James Bond. He liked good coverage benefit-Home Owner's Policy-at very
evening. clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover,
MYF last Sunday minister. food, good wine and fast driv- little extra cost.Demenber .

Peterson the welcome ing. But no mention was made
Susan gave I
Cook is to help
If he shared "Mister" Bond'staste H. T. Agency ready you
The was an
p, program take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361
in all
original skit presented by Anne women. They are
and Kathy Bourne and oj Anne TO THE so beautiful in a Diana, Goddesster or stop in soon for'full details.

and Barbara Wilson followed LETTERS EDITORNovember H. T. COOK AGENCY !

with a recitation, 'The Creation" I Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. Fla.
of time until all our county I i j
by,Betty Lynn Bourne. Virginia
officials will be appointed instead I
Fllklns presided at the punch'table } 23, 1964
of elected. Anyone who
and Dan Waterman and Dear Editor:
knows anything about Job appointments
Rabble welcomed the guestsat
Pat I am a registered voter of knows that it Is PHONEKelley's
the door. They also had several
Flagler County and as such I strictly a political transaction.I .
adult visitors, Including feel that the School Board has
certainly do not want my chile
Revs and Mrs. Reynold Hoover insulted me and the other votersof dren to be educated in a school Fuel OilCLEAN
and Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester
this county. At their last system where the people have I

Stanton. meeting they voted to have our no choice as to the Executive BURNING '
i Superintendent of Public In. Officer of that
; system.
Mrs. Anna Robinson Smith, 80, struction appointed by them In- The
more voting privilegeswe
died in Palatka Monday night stead of elected by the people allow to be taken from us / STANDARD :
after a long illness. She was
who his Do
pay salary. they the closer we come to having a '
born in Seville and was the t tyv
I think that we are incapable of Socialistic' Government.I .
widow of the late R. L. Smith.
I electing a man with the proper am appealing to each and \OIL
Suvivors include two daugh. '
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requirements in order that !
ters, Mrs. Myrtce VInson of Lake our every voter and parent to stop ..
schools would remain accredit. y
this
proposal before it becomesa
City, and Mrs. Vivian Yarborough I !
ed? Have they forgotten that I reality. Contact the School PRODUCTS
of Hastings; a son,
we have already elected a man I Board Member of district
your ;
Borson Smith of Palatka; a with a college education and DIESEL -:- KEROSENE
i ask him or her to vote against
brother, E. M. Robinson of Seville I
eight years of teaching experience this
I proposal.
HOME DELIVERY
Mrs. Eva Nicholsof COMMERCIAL
; a sister, ? Do they realize that this Sincerely ACCOUNTS
yours -
Crescent City; four grand very man Is working extremely I I Dianne Adams Wolfe J I Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
children. and two great.grand'ichildren. hard at Stetson University in

order to obtain a Masters De.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
The late
gree so our schools will remain
were long time summer residents accredited? i
Would they have a FLAGLER FOOD
STORE
of Flagler Beach. total stranger from another ,

county or state be the head of F"

ingham Mrs. Sarah, Mass.Sheenam, arrived this of Farm.weekto our county's? Educational Department .III.. . .. .. ,-. ..!

spend the winter. She will be I
If the voters of this
staying with her brother in law county

and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur allow this proposal to go ... I
.
through it will only be a mat.MURDOCK'S
Dockendorff and Nancy Docken
I PRICES GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY, QUANTITY
RIGHTS
dorff of Flagler Beach. !
November 27.28, 1964 RESERVED

i
GULF LIFE INSURANCECO. Grade "A" Western Beef
U. S. Choice
Center
Cut (Family) I
.
Chuck POT

I LEE I B. MERCER Agent ROAST Lb. 49' CHUCK STEAK 59,* !I

P. O. Box 518, Bunnell

Phone 437-3460 Grade "A" Western BROAST ROUND PALM RIVER I
!
BONE

Lb. "

RED SEZ. . BACON

Docs your T V Have a FOLGER'S Ib 49 :
Headache?
I
Is your Antennae Bent? MOUNTAIN GROWN HERSHEY'S

Has your Tube quit I
sparking? COFFEE

Is Your resistor resisting? SUGAR A. i

SeeBEACHCOMBER 1 Lb.
TV Can 58' 5 Lb. "t'',
:)
SERVICE Bag 29' :,

Stan Farnsworth Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1
with 5.00 or food
more order
or
21f Can Shumne
-
Dave Watkins For 16 Oz. Everfrelh ANGLE FOOD ,
2 Miles North of Pier PEACHES 4Limit $100

439.2069 4 Please

Flagler Beach, Fla.
303 Can Delmonte Fresh Tender

GARDEN PEAS 5 r"'I POLE BEANS Z Lbs. Zge


RESTAURANT GIANT TIDE Box. Sge World' Finest (Chiquita)

1 Mile North Parrot Village AlA Lb.
Limit 1 Please BANANAS tOe
SUNDAYS DINNER rw \l\hYrhYh%% 'N.Yh%%%%

Served Family Style 11:00 A. M. to 7:00 P.M.

Soup or Juice Hors d'oeuvres 50 FflN 5Uj: 50 FREE *U 50 EXTRA REE 50

T.BONE STEAK
S & H GREEN S & H GREEN
STAMPS :| STAMP
Potatoes 2 Vegetables Salad I I S & H GREEN STAMPS

Desert Coffee or Tea With this coupon and With this
under 12 85c Your : coupon and.. With this
$1.50 Children purchase of Two (2) Your coupon and
12 Oz. Cans Van ? purchase of $5.00 or Your
C. D. MITCHELL Manager Camp purchase of (3) Cut.
ALICE MURDOCK, Owner Corned Beef ;
Reservations not necessary but may be made by Coupon Expires > Coupon Expires

calling HE9-2146 Saturday, Noy. 28, 1964 J Saturday, Nov, 28, 1 1964 Coupon Expire.
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I R\\ lb.
OR BONE S TEA K 98


COOK BOOKS WILL
BE SOLD IN FRONTOF RIB ORCIREO
POST OFFICE 7JVdh S TEA K 1ba79j

.l The Favorite Recipes from rTender
Flagler County Kitchens cook. MELANY PAIGE BOTTERBUSCH
books will be sold in front of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Botterbuschof
the Bunnell Post Office Friday
afternoon. Jacksonville announce the arrival Juicy Lykes Country Style
i of a six pound eight ounce SMOKED
Members of the W.S.C.S. of daughter born at the Baptist ALL MEAT STEW 69C SAUSAGE ,,49*
the Bunnell Methodist Churchare Hospital on November 17. She
sponsoring the cookbook was given the name of Melany Armour Star SPICED Streak O'leanLUNCHEON

project) Paige.She is the grand daughter of MEAT 3 T $129 WHITE BACON tb 31e !

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barrs ar. Mr. and Mrs. John Botterbuschof
rived last week from Twin City, Flagler Beach and Mr. and Lean Western (CENTER CUT)
Ga., to'spend the winter monthsat Mrs. Howell V. Peavy, Sr., of

their home at 703 E. Lambert. Bunnell. PORK CHOPS lb. 59* I

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Canova of Mrs. L. A. Yelvington and I :r:, "
Flagler Beach had as their sons, Kevin and Barry, visitedin Lean Western >> <
guests several days recently Greenville several days this '
their son and daughter in law, week with her uncle and aunt PORKSTEAK1..lb.49'*
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Carr.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Canova of

Washington, D. C. .
Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr.. and Mrs.Z. > >'" xX's >w- s > 'X
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter G. Holland, Jr., returned
and sons are spending the Thursday from Richmond, Va., GARDEN GEM OR E-Z GROW 2 Year Old FIELD GROWN
Thanksgiving Holidays in Valdosta where they attended the General -
Ga., with Mrs. Porter's Convention of the United SELECT ROSE BUSHES ,, .w
,
brother and his family. lIer Daughters of the Confederacy.They '..: }
brother Is In the U.S. Air Force also enjoyed sightseeingon .
and expects to be assigned to the return trip. SINGLES ............................. 99c .f

overseas duty in the near future. TRIPLES ............................ 2.49.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Pete) Bar. Andy Yelvington was a bus!. FIVES ................................ $3.19
ness visitor in Miami two days
ber of Montgomery, Ala., visited
this week.
here Friday through Tuesday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Our Value Qt. Jar s t sss
J. D. Barber. They left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrisare
morning for a short visit in spending the Thanksgiving SALAD DRESSING Z9c MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grind)
Miami with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Holidays In Gulfport with her
Hooper and to ,attend the opening parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Salt. Columbus County No. 2/g Can COFFEE
of the Tropical. Park-Race
way. They plan a stop over hereon Eula Lee Moody, daughter of PEACHES 4 ,o1.oo. 1 Ib,
their return to Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody, Tin 58CLimit
will undergo a tonsilectomy Our Value 303 Can
Guests of and Mrs. Howard Friday morning at the Halifax 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Porter over the weekend Included Hospital.A TOMATOES 8 foIOO
Mr. and Mrs. George
Hamm and children, Carol and fast draw with a bow and
Pat, of Cocoa. arrow might be difficult but It', Pillsbury's (Plain or Self.Rising) DAIRY SPECIAL-
considered a gun just the same.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. In Florida's wildlife regulationsthe FLOUR Mrs. Pickford's (Limit 2 Please)
Barber Saturday included Mr. term "gun" refers to shotguns OLEO 1 lbs.
and Mrs. Claude Varn of St. Au.. rifles, pistols, air guns, tb Zin Qtn..Zge
gustine. Mrs. Varn is Mr. and gas guns, blow guns, crossbows,I 5 Bag 380
Barber's and bows and arrows. '
Mrs. daughter.
0 0 _ FROZEN FOODS -
--- 11 Limit 1 with.5.00 or more food order
I Freezer Queen CHOPPED 18 oz. pkg.

BUNNELL THEATRE I :
... FRESH PRODUCE BEEF STEAKS 890I9e

Phone 437-3681
I U. S. No.1IPOTATOES
FRIDAY & SATURDAY Large Size
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE iOnU9c;

BREEZE19C


,\ \ \. : MUSTARD COLLARD GREENS bunch i9C


gl : TANGERINES 002. Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order


)

... M 1 Jw fr Eairpnu lot E50
: I, 50 FREE 50 FREE FREE
I
GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
MflofNrtitS s u R1. Jwr YliC l
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
ALSO 2nd FEATURE (1) 3.1b Tin (1) 15 oz. pkg. Murray's) $5.00 or More Food
Nothing like this ever on the screen 1 See the war FLUFFO SHORTENING KOKO-CREME COOKIES Order '
of the Giants 1 Guaranteed to scare the Yell out Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After 1
of you! Don't Miss Sunday Nov. 29, 1964 Sunday Nov. 29, 1964 Sunday Nov. 29, 1964
GODZILLA VS. THE THING

SUNDAY & MONDAY

VHE WONDERFUL STORY OF A BOY AND HS I
AMAZING UNDERWATER FRIEND!


the fabulous L3L* .dolphinFLIPPERS I I I I ill : TriJ :I'' ''I 'a'' .


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Phon. 437-3227
OPEN SUNDAYS
U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
NEW ADVENTURE 8:00 a.sn.1 s00 p.m.

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of the Moon way but Bond was I I| about to marry the, or worse
Books Are My Dish '1 r sent back to SMEJtSH. (
obviously relieved when they yet Death I
iir
I Ca ---I PY Dorothy Homons "I got bumped off just as he was I I ito the, Spies.)
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Last Saturday, visitors to the i .. ..
,. "IH ,
Holiday Bazaar at the Flagler, rl

'I FLAGLER BEACH PTA TO CADETTE GIRL SCOUT NEWS Woman's Club could also, if

MEET NEXT TUESDAY Kathy Cornwell was Invested they wished, stop in at the Li I::1 H DIXIANA RESTAURANT
brary and see the Collection" of
The Flagler Beach Parent. Into Cadette Troop 963 last
newspapers, pictures, and art.
evening at the Scout THANKSGIVING SPECIAL
Teacher Association will have Tuesday icles In memory of President
Its December meeting next Tuesday house in Flagler Beach. Mrs. 1963
\ Kennedy who died Nov. 22,
t t evening, Dec. 1st. It will beat Mary Bums, leader presentedher of an assassin's bullet in Dallas
Dinner
$1.50
with Girl Scout Pin. Turkey
7:30: In the school cafetorlum a Texas.
:I, and there will be a special Year pins were also presented
Christmas program. The fifth to Delores ,Brock, Doris Don't miss the Library's paper Includes Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, 2 VegetablesSalad I

gradte ,room. mothers will be Burns, Vickie Moore t,Pam Smith, back of Doris Miles Disney's Pumpkin Pie I

hostesses.,, >,o. Sue Duncan, Eleanor'" NY Shill, and TOO INNOCENT TO KILL. The COFFEE HOT ROLLS BUTTER I
Mrs. Burns. One 'hew' member, plot was given the writer by a

MYF ARE HOSTSTO Linda Shea, also attended the I i I doctor. It's a I-can't-bear-to-put- ---
BUNNELL MYF ceremony. I I it-down mysteries-all chills, -

I pills, kills and wills '
IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
three ' NEW FASHIONS
Fifteen members and
METHODIST CHURCH A British publicity release
chaperones pf the Bunnell Meth about Ian Fleming says that he fire insurance policies we write still give the same
school Is at 9:45: A.M.
Fellowship Sunday
odist Youth were was in many ways like his hero, dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy addltlonal .
Beach and morning worship at 11 o'
guests of the Flagler
James Bond. He liked good coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover,
MYF last Sunday evening. food, good wine and fast driving little extra COlt.Remember .

the wel minister. But no mention was madeif
Susan Peterson gave I he shared "Mister" Bond's H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
was an
come. The program take of these extra
oi advantage coverages. Telephone 437.3361
skit presented by Anne taste in women. They are all
original
or stop in soon for full details.
I and Kathy Bourne and oJ, Anne TO THE so beautiful In a Diana, Goddesster

I and Barbara Wilson followed LETTERS H. T. COOK AGENCY
"The Creation"by EDITORNovember I l Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank
with a recitation Building Bunnell, Flo.
of time ,
until all our county r
Betty Lynn Bourne. Virginia I
officials will be appointed In. ,
.
FllklnS presided at the punch
23,1964 stead of elected. Anyone who -
table and Dan Waterman and I I r Dear Editor: knows anything about job appointments ,
welcomed the
Pat Robbie guests
I am a registered voter of knows that It Is PHONEKelley's
at the door They also had several
I
such
and
Flagler County as strictly a political transaction.
I adult visitors, IncludingRev feel that the School Board has I
I certainly do not want my children
and Mrs. Reynold Hoover Insulted me and the other votersof to be educated In a school Fuel OilCLEAN
and Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester
this county. At their last system where the people haveno
I Stanton. I meeting they voted to have our choice as to the Executive BURNINGSTANDARD

I Superintendent of Public In. ,Officer of that system.
Mrs. Anna Robinson Smith, 80,
struction them In.
appointed by The more voting privilegeswe
died In Palatka Monday night stead of elected by the people allow to be taken from us ( !
t' after a long illness. She was I
who his Do
pay salary. they the closer we come to having a
t" born in Seville and was the i think that we are Incapable of Socialistic Government. l==\ t, I
widow of the late R. L. Smith.
I electing a man with the proper I am appealing to each and OILPRODUCTS .
Suvivors Include two daughters :
requirements In order that our
every voter and parent to stop
Mrs. Myrtce Vinson of Lake ,
schools would remain accredit. this proposal before It becomesa
City, and Mrs. Vivian Yarborough -
ed? Have they forgotten that reality. Contact the School
of Hastings; a son,
we have already elected a man Board Member of your district;.
Borson Smith of Palatka; a with a college education and ask him or her to vote against DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
.
brother, E. M. Robinson of Seville I
of
eight years teaching experience this proposal. DELIVERY
1 ; a sister, Mrs. Eva Nicholsof ? Do they realize that this Sincerely yours, COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS

Crescent City; four grand. very man Is working extremelyhard Dianne Adams Wolfe. I Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
children and two great-grand at Stetson University In -,
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I children. order to obtain a Masters Degree
The late Mr. and Mrs. Smith
so our schools will remain
were long time summer residents accredited? Would they have a FLAGLER FOOD STORE
of Beach.
.' Flagler total stranger from another ,
.' county or state be the head of T MEATS /f/a/Jtttete* l l
Mrs. Sarah Sheenam of Farm. .I. .I. ., . .
Educational
our county's Department .- ., . . .
ingham, Mass., arrived this weekto ? /
spend the winter. She will be $totfFLAQLER
If the voters of this
) county
staying with her brother in law
allow this proposal to tVlOpDYJpLVa. & CENTRAL AVE
go > BEACH
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
through It will only be a matMURDOCHS .
Dockendorff and Nancy Docken PRICES
GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY, QUANTITY
\ dorff of Flagler Beach. RIGHTS
: November 27.28, 1964 RESERVED
t,_.

GULF LIFE INSURANCECO. Grade "A" Western Beef
u. S. Choice Center
Cut (
Chuck POT CHUCK Family)

Ii'wr LEE B. MERCER Agent ROAST* STEAK Lb. 59''0

P. O. Box 518, Bunnell
1' Phone 437-3460 Grade "A" Western Beef ROUND PALM RIVER

BONE ROAST Mtft 3L.1UUJBACON

I'I'V RED SEZ. . .
E'J r+oo a 15 '
n Ib 49'
I Does your T V Have a FOLGER'S
Headache?
;
Is your Antennae Bent? 1 f MOUNTAIN GROWN HERSHEY'S

Has your Tube quit I

sparking? COFFEE SUGAR
Is Your resistor resisting?

SeeBEACHCOMBER 1 Lb. ,.,
5 Lb.
TV 1w. Can 58

I, SERVICE Bag 29'
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
Stan Farnsworth or more Limit
1
.. or i f 1i0WY 21/i Can Shur&ne with $5.00 or more food order

Dave Watkins PfrAfUEQfl>> For $ 00 16 ?5V&Xrfre4h
t I 2 Miles North of Pier 4 1 CAKES ANG'tX003ge

439.2069 Limit 4 Please
I Flagler Beach, Fla.
I Fresh Tender
303 Can D

GARDEN PEAS 5 For$100 POLE BEANS 2 ""- 29*


RESTAURANT GIANT TIDE Box. jQ-ft World's Finest (Chiquita

1 Mile North Parrot Village AlA

" SUNDAYS DINNER %%\%%N%FREESSSJffiLJlioc-

L Served Family Style 11:00 A. M. to 7:00 P.M.
"" Soup or Juice Hors d'oeuvres S |

T.BONE STEAK S & H GREEN STAMPS | S & H GREEN STAMP? S & REE
Potatoes 2 Vegetables Salad H GREEN STAMPSWith

,' Desert Coffee or Tea this coupon and J With this BL
: coupon and,
a J $1.50 Children under 12 85c Your purchase of Two (2),) your purchase of 5v: k this coupon and

C. D. MITCHELL. Manager 12 Oz. Cans Van More Food $5.00 or 5 Your purchase of (3)) Cut.

I ALICE MURDOCK, Owner Corned Beef Ii Order up or Whole I Fryers

Reservations not necessary but may be made by Coupon Expires Coupon Expires 5

1 calling HE9.2146 Saturday, Nor. 28, 1964 } Saturday, Nor, 28, 1964 g SluSSnj Expirea
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I I CHOICE U.S.D.A. STEAK


PERSONAS I ._




I OR R\ BONE S TEA K lb. 98I

COOK BOOKS WILL


OF BE The SOLD POST Favorite IN OFFICE FRONT Recipes from 'BVdh I .RIB.- ORCUBED S TEA K lb. 1 1Tender

Flagler County Kitchens cook. MELANY PAIGE BOTTERBUSCHMr. ;
books will be sold in front of
the Bunnell Post Office Friday and Mrs. Jack Botterbuschof
afternoon. Jacksonville announce the ar Juicy Lykes Country Style
I rival of a six pound eight ounce SMOKED
Members of the W.S.C.S. of daughter born at the Baptist ALL MEAT STEW 690 SAUSAGE lb 49*
the Bunnell Methodist Churchare Hospital on November 17. She
sponsoring the cookbook was given the name of Melany Armour Star SPICED Streak O'lean

project) Paige.She is the grand daughter of LUNCHEON MEAT 3 i n $129 WHITE BACON Ib Sac

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barrs ar Mr. and Mrs. John Botterbuschof
rived last week from Twin City, Flagler Beach and Mr. and Lean Western (CENTER CUT)
Ga., to'spend the winter monthsat Mrs. Howell V. Peavy, Sr., of
their home at 703 E. Lambert.Mr. Bunnell. '
I PORK CHOPS .' lb. 59'Lean

and Mrs. E. C. Canova of Mrs. L. A. Yelvington and "
Flagler Beach had as their sons, Kevin and Barry, visitedin Western '
guests several days recently Greenville several days this
their son and daughter in law, week with her'uncle and aunt. PORK STEAK lb. *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Canova of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Carr. 49
Washington D. C. .

Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., and Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter Z. G. Holland, Jr., returned
and sons are spending the Thursday from Richmond, Va., GARDEN GEM OR E-Z GROW 2 Year Old FIELD GROWN
Thanksgiving Holidays In Valdosta where they attended the Gen
Ga., with Mrs. Porter's eral Convention of the United SELECT ROSE BUSHES
brother and his family. Her Daughters of the Confederacy.They ., ffl'
brother is in the U.S. Air Force also enjoyed sightseeingon ,.
\ and expects to be assigned to the return trip. SINGLES ... 99c ,
overseas duty in the future. .
near !
TRIPLES ... $2.49

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Pete) Barber Andy Yelvington was a business FIVES ................................ $3.19
of visitor in Miami two days
Montgomery, Ala., visited
here Friday through Tuesday this week.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Our ValueSALAD Qt. Jar
D. Barber. They left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris
morning for a short visit in are spending the Thanksgiving DRESSING Zge MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
Miami with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Holidays in Gulfport with her
Hooper and to ,attend the open. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Salt. Columbus County No. 2% Can COFFEE
ing of.the Tropical ParkRaceway.
They plan a stop over hereon Eula Lee Moody, daughter of PEACHES 4 ( !1 '
their return to Montgomery.Guests Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody, i &:\ sse
will undergo a tonsllectomy Our Value 303 Can
of Rev. and Mrs. Howard Friday morning at the Halifax Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Porter over the weekend Included Hospital.A TOMATOES 8 10:100
Mr. and Mrs. George
Hamm and children, Carol and fast draw with a bow and
Pat, of Cocoa. arrow might be difficult but it's Plain DAIRY SPECIAL-
Pillsbury's ( or Sel(-Ri.ing)
considered a gun just the same.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. In Florida's wildlife regulations Mrs. Pickford't (Limit 2 Please)
FLOUR
Barber Saturday Included Mr. the term "gun" refers to shot.
/ and Mrs. Claude Varn of St. Au.. guns, rifles, pistols, air guns, OLEO 2i..29e: ,
gustine. Mrs. Varn is Mr. and gas guns, blow guns, crossbows, 5 Ib 380
Mrs. Barber's daughter. and bows and arrows. Dag
FROZEN FOODS -
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

,- Freezer Queen CHOPPED 18 oz. pUg.

BUNNELL THEATREPhone FRESH PRODUCE BEEF STEAKS 89*

437-3681 I
j Ij U. S. No.1jPOTATOES
FRIDAY SATURDAY
& Large Size
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE 10o'.U9e

BREEZE19C

GREENS
MUSTARD bunch 19C

I Juicy Sweet
Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
:' TANGERINES Doz. 19c

.
6F

81 y s 111 FAB,' fS BEI IIER t mxsr ; k+wumianH 50 FREE 50 FREE !50 FREE

GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
S srz<,u IR1w u sl 1C .,.,. With GIFT BOND STAMPS
purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
ALSO 2nd FEATURE -
(1) 3-lb Tin (1)) 15 oz. pkr. Murra,'*< $5.00 or More Food
Nothing like this ever on the screen I See the war FLUFFO SHORTENING (KOKO-CREME COOKIES Order
1 Guaranteed to the Yell out (
of the Giants scare
of Don't Miss Coupon Void After ( Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
you GODZILLA VS. THE THING Sunday Nov. 29, 1964 I Sunday Nov. 29, 1964 Sunday Nov. 29, 1964

9
SUNDAY & MONDAY

VHE WONDERFUL STORY OF A BOY AND 111 S
AMAZING UNDERWATER FRIEND!

I j;;' ,

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the fabulous dolphin !J

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Phone 437-3227
OPEN SUNDAYS
FLIPPERS NEW ADVENTURE 8:00 a.m.-1 tOO p.m. US.No. 1 BUNNELL

I, Quantity Rights Reserved PRICES GOOD NOV. 27,28, & 29, 1964





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est built-in unit, with the oven Subscribe for The Flagler I NOTICE OF SALE Helen Field
In Ranges i Tribun'l P. O. Box 43Pearson. <
Styles j underneath the surface units. Notice U hereby given that un I .
Ii53 l Year In der and pursuant to that certain QoorfcU

If you're looking for a new''' ThW compact range is perfectfor Final Decree In Mortgage Foreclosure RD NoTmi
and Sale rendered the
range, you'll find four basics' the tiny kitchen. IN TIIK CIUCinT COURT, 8EVHNTII 18th day of November. A. D.on 1M4, Marlon Clinton Fields,
JUDICIAL P. O. Box 426
N.wl by the Honorable Howell W. Mel
types to choose from on the mar AND MOIL KLACJLKH I ton one of the Judge of the Pearson, FLORIDA. KCU'ITY<< NO. 4I 78, Seventh Judicial Circuit of the NO: iruIMS
ket.
A THANKSGIVING MEMORIALTO PAULINE IICYl'lIEHS.Plalntltt. State of Florida In and for Flakier
County. In that lately Frank n
cause $
RosMPl
economists with the I . '
Home ypdEht.NOTICE pending In the Circuit Court ofFlagler
JAMBS E. County Florida In Chancery Resedea California
\ Florida Agricultural Extension JESSIE V. MUZYKA D.fendant.: 1' wherein Citizens Bank of 8RD NO.: irr.i

Service point out some of the I TO AW1WRR! AFPKAIl AND I Bunnell, a State Banking Company Marlel M. Tldwell Thompson

To our beloved Mother who STATE was If lntlfee Willie Hymonand 17948 Roscoe" Boulevard
: pros and cons of each type. IN THE NAME OF THE I : Hymon, were defendants

passed away June 19, 1964, TO OF: JAMES FLORIDA E. :'SCYPHERSSI00 being Case No. 4931, I, Resedea SRD, NO.California 107.1
the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit I
and others who live
Renters leaving not Just grief and lone SUPPLY SQUADRON Court In Flagler County, Florida

In temporary housing will fln.d liness but beautiful POST OFFICE BOX not will on Monday, December 14. Betty Tldwell Orchard
a gardenof A. 1'. 0 323 of 119 North StreetP.
1964, at the north front door
that traditional free-standing memories for each of us to SANFRANCISCO, the Flagler! County Courthouse InBunnell. Watertown. O. Box 674 New York "

ranges are their best choice because cherish.We CALIFORNIATOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat during, .the Flagler regular County and legal, Florida hour, SRD NO. 107.1

they are the most mobile a .ult has been'''broughtagainst of sale, offer for sale and sell at James Brewer Tidwell

type. who walked so close by !of Flagler you In out:: Circuit Florid Court inEquity best public bidder outcry therefor to the for highest cash and Inhand. 119 North Orchard StreetP.

her side, shall be forever grateful T by PAULINA SCYPHERS, In order to satisfy the saidFinal O. Box 574
surface and oven I and hereby required to Watertown. New York
Separate you are f Decree of Foreclosure and
for her love, patience, cour- Ale personally or by attorney, SRD NO. 107.1
Sale aforesaid the following described
units of the built-in type givea with the Clerk of said Court
I your ''
and understanding. In those property situate, lying
age PARCEL NO. 107.1 BORROW PIT
written defenses If any to theComplaint
look to the kitchen. and being In Flagler Florida
smooth County,
BORROW PIT NO. 2 LEFT
Ion gmonths of serious illness on or before to-wlt
One of their distinct advantagesIs the Jfthl&y.u of December, : (WEST) STATION 6612-1-00.
her faith never faltered at the A. D. ISM and also to serve a copy Lota Eleven and Twelve in That part gf:
that you can replace one unit of your written defenses upon Block One Hundred Sixty In The SE% Section 32. Township
door of death. Her
the other. only concern Messers. Osslnsky and Krol Attorneys the Town of Bunnell. accordIng 11 South. Range 31 East;
without replacing was the sorrow she saw writtenin for Plaintiff at their office to plat of said Town on described a* follow.:
These separate units take more .delr.l. at 411 Main Street. file In the office of the Clerkof Commence on the South line of
the faces of those who were Daytona Beach, Florida on or before the Circuit Court of Flagler aid Section 32 at a point 369.48
space In the kitchen, than other the 28th day of December County, Florida, In Plat feet West of the Southeast corner
at her bedside.
constantly In
A. D. If<4. as required by Florida Book 1 at Page 2w. thereof and run North 1820'19

models. this life she held her family se. Rules of Civil Procedure and herein DATED at Bunnell. Flagler West 41Z7Z8JIIeedo: thence South
Eye-level ranges, new on the fall not or Decree Pro Confessoand County, Florida, this 20th day of feet to the
curely in her love, and now that Final Decree will be entered November, A. D. 1964. Northeast corner of Borrow Pit

market, make more economicaluse she is we shall alwaysbe afolnt you by default. (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE No. 2 for the POINT OF BEGINNING
of than the separateoven away, That the name of the Court In I Clerk of the Circuit Court ; From said Point of Beginning
space thankful for the life she which said suit has been Instituted of Flagler County, Florida. run South 89'09'41 West
and surface units, because'the' Is the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial I I Nov. 28 & Dec. 3-2tc 720 feet; thence South 0060'19
shared with us and those she Circuit of Florida. In and for East 1050 feet; thence North

eye.level ranges have their left behind. Flagler County In Equity and IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND 89"09'41East 720 feet; thence
above the surface that the title of said<< cause Is as FOR FLAKLKH COUNTY, FLORIDA North OO.SO'19Wellt.. 1060 feet
ovens directly hereinabove set. forth. IN (:UANC'r<:ltV NO. 4HI3 to the Point of Beginning;

units.. Pearl F. Blakely, You are further notified that the J. WALTER GREEN and wife, CONTAINING 17.35 acres, moreor
nature of said suit Is a suit fora MABEL M. GREEN. less.
Before you decide on an eye. Pauline Lovelace ( ) divorce. (b) custody and support Plaintiff. Parcel No. 107.1 Continued

level range, though, try taking Louise Cantrell of minor children (c) temporary ALSO
and permanent attorney's GREEN
WALTER M. and wife HAUL ROAD FOR BORROW PITThat
something out of the oven. If Zena Muzyka fees and. costs, and (d) temporaryand NAN WOODRUFF GREEN; and NO. Z

you do not have a firm holdat Marie Muzyka WITNESS permanent my alimony.hand and seal of ISABELLE O. GREEN, Unmarried part of:
I
The SE
y of said Section
32
;
office at Bunnetl. Florida I this 23rdday
the oven height this range Margaret Clegg Defendant described follows
of November A, D. 1X4.K. NOTICE IIY .. as :
.ent.lCATION'IN Begin at the
1 Is not for you. Tall persons Betty Hawkins A. SMYTHFJ THE NAME AND BY THE Borrow Pit No.Northeast 2 as located cornerof
< of
MI Clerk
A. SMYTHE.
should have no difficulty in Anne Hunter the Circuit Court as of Flagler AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF above and run South 00"50'19E&I
FLORIDA TO: 62.34 feet; thence North 7139'41*
reaching into the oven. Paul ForsythC. County Florida Isabella G. Green 1421 Short East 365.77 feet to the Westerly
Circuit
( Court Seal)
Street New Orleans, Louisiana right of way line of State Road 9
"Drop-In" ranges are the new. H. Muzyka O881N8KY AND KROL I You. ISABELLE O. GREEN, are (1-95)); thence North 18.20'19We.t
for
Plaintiff
Attorneys hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint I along said right of way line SO
411 Main Street to foreclose a certain mortgage feet;- thence South 11"U'-41"- West.
Daytona Beach, Florida I on the following described 350 feet to the Point of Beginning;
Nov. 26 & Dec. a.l0.17-He
property to-wlt: CONTAINING 0.41 acre, more or
Lot Four (4), of Block Thirtyone Ie...
11V TIIR CIRCUIT COMIT OF
(31). Moody Subdivision a* OWNED BYt ELIZABETH N. TID-
FLAOLKIt COUNTY, FLORIDA
shown (n Plat Book No. 1,
WELL KATY
J. TIDWELL LE-
IN fllANCKRY NO. 4D32
CALL
Page 24 the Public
ALMA M. MORAN on Record GRANDE and husband WALTER
Plaintiff of Flagler County Florida I O. LEORANDE HARRY E. TID-
v., has been filed against you and you WELL and wife IDA MAE TID
VINCENT DePAUL EDWARDJORAN are required to serve a copy of TIDWELL and
) your Answer pr Pleading to the wife ZORAIILEE TIDWELL MAGGIE
Defendant. Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs M. TIDWELL EATMAN and
attorney H. T.. Cook, Esquire,
husband WILLARD
BATMAN TOM
TilE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DRFKNI1, TO: Post Office Box 3. Bunnell, FlorIda C. TIDWELL JAMES O. TIDWELLand
and file
: VINCENT DePAUL EDWARD ,Pleading I In the the original Answeror wife ANNETTE TIDWELL.
Bunnell Motor MORAN office of the WILLIAM HAMPTON TIDWELLand
Clerk' of the
Circuit Court
j 1602 Emory Street on or wife EDITH TIDWELL MAIU-
i before the 26th
of
Asbury, Park New Jersey day December, ON CLINTON FIELDS and wife
1964. If fall to do
You are hereby. notified that a you so. judgment HELEN FIELDS JAMES BREWER
.: suit has been filed.<< against you In by default will be taken against TIDWELL and wife BETTY TID-
you for the relief demanded in the WELL, MARIE M.
the above entitled cause; and you Bill of TIDWELL
are hereby required answer Complaint THOMPSON and husband FRANK
with the ktoorlhr.Oo Thla notice shall be publishedonce THOMPSON HARRY BYRON TID-
and to thereof each week for four con.ecutlve WELL and wife GERALDEEN TID
serve a copy upon
i week. In The Flagler Tribune. WELL: THOMAS JACKSON
the plaintiff or plaintiffs' attorney, Done TID
and Ordered at Bunnell WELL and wife FRANKIE
LEE
and
Company whose name addres Is:
RAY SELDEN Florida this 20th day of November TIDWELL. FRANCES MARION

Solden Building 1964. TIDWELL CAPPS and husband
Daytona Beach.' Floridanot E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk EDDIE CAPPS. BARBARA TID
Circuit Court Flagler County WELL CONE and husband DUANE
f later than December It, A. D FloridaBy
; 1964.If. I CONE, ANNE TIDWELL? BELLE
,,,: VO Julia It. Harvey, TIDWELL. CLINTON FIELDS.
/.W..1" I" you fall to do '0. decree pro
confesso. will be entered against Deputy ClerkAttorney
H. T. Cook
I'" you for the relief demanded In the TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration
for
437-3301 Bill of complaint The nature of 26 PlaintiffsNov. of Taking ha been filed In
Dec
said suit being for divorce. a.IO.17-Uc I the above-styled cause by the Pe
WITNESS my hand and seal of titioners, authority
IN TIIH rlf
CIRCUIT pceeefn
said Court this Jrd day of November ENTH JIDICIAL COI'RT, EV'I'I of these *, the taking
CIRCUIT of the above-described land.
A. D. 1964.\ for
(Official ) 'A. SMYTHE AM....UIUnA FOR, TIIK STATE 0.1 the purpose set forth in the Pe
Clerk of COUNTY OF KLA
said Circuit Court LKR tition In this cause, via; A* right

<\ By Julia l1.pIJVterk: I 4MtGRANZIE l.V CIIANCKRY. CASE NO. of Road way 9 (1.95)for .a.In portion of State

Nov. u A Dec. 3.10.11-Hc O. STEPHENS. Florida and that the Honorable

Commercial -:- Household 'v.. Plaintiff, Howell W. Melton, one of the
l\ Tin CIRCUIT COURT. !RV- RUBY L. STEPHENS Judges of the Circuit Court In the
'i I':\TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida,
KMIRII1A. > ANn FOR KI.AC1. Ptf.ndant.on'ORC'1'1 will on December 8, 1964. at 3:00:
V t.KR COUNTY IN CIIANCKKYNO. P. M.. In County Court
TO: RUBY L.
STEPHENS, Bunnelf
house at
,
4fr4CHARLES. Florida consider
t Route No.4, P.O. Box 430 aid Declaration of
F. CHARON and Taking ap
Hickory tthn Carolina point appraisers, and make such
; ALICE a You \ :
CHARONPlaintiffs are that
a
Order
as the Court deems
proper.
F t. I Complaint for Divorce has been
FOR All parties to the cult and all par-
,' HOLT'AND filed against you and you are required ties Interested and
EDDIE may appear be
I to serve a copy of your Answer heard at the time and place desig
PATRICIA HOLT.
, or Pleading to the Complainton nated.
Defendants.
the Plaintiff's attorney .I
NOTIC'K OF FOIIKCLOMWH "ALR You and
W. U Wadsworth each of you are hereby
,
oj TO THE DEFENDANTS HEREIN P. O. Box 696Bunnell. I commanded to appear by filing an
AND ALL OTHERS WHOM IT Florida Answer to the Petition heretofore
MAY CONCERN: and file the original Answer or I filed In this cause In the entitled
GAS FUEL OIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pleading In the office of the Clerkof I Court on or before the 31st day
that the undersigned E. A. Smythe: the Circuit Court on or before of December, A. D. 1964. to show
as Clerk of reCI Circuit Court, the 19th day of December A. D. I what right title. Interest or lien
Seventh cI In andfor 19. any of and
Flagler County Florida, under, It' you fall to do co. judgment ruibr e- .. &eJ'.inJ*, and
pursuant to and by virtue of aFinal by default will be taken against how cause why the same should
Decree of Foreclosure entered you for the relief demanded in the I not be taken for the use .
In the above entitled cause Complaint poses set forth In the Petition
LUBRICATION NEEDS pending In the Circuit Court DONE AND ORDERED at Bun filed herein
I[I Seventh Judicial Circuit In and nell Florida this 17th day of No I WITNESS my Hand and Seal of
for' Flagler County. Florida. Chancery ". A. D. 1964. this Court on this 17th day of No
No. at 11:00 A. It .mbeIi A. SMYTHE vember. A. D. 1964.
on Tuesday, the Ith day of De. clerk Circuit Court E. A. 8MYTHB
cember. 1964 at the front door Flagler Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the Flngler County Court House By Julia I lu'Urvorlda I In and for Flagler County,
Bunnell, Florida, offer for sale andwill Deputy| Clerk Florida.
PRODUCTS sell\ at public lortoc.tlhbe (Circuit Court Seal) By: Julia R. Harvey
QUALITY highest and best bidder Nov. 19-26 A Dec a.l0-4tc Deputy Clerk
all the right title Interest and James J. Richardson

claim of the defendants KDD1K l.V TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF Tilt Holland Building
HOLT AND PATRICIA HOLT, and %! K\KTII JUDICIAL "lrtIT.; Tallahassee Florida
all parties or persona bound by IX ADD FOIl KLAI.I.KH (COUN of Counsel for the Petitioner..
aid Final I).cre In and to the TY. FLORIDA. LAW NO. 9)33 Noy. U.1t Dee. 3.104teitlir
following described property, situate I STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
lying and being I In the County OF FLORIDA, an Agency of
of Flagler. State of Florida to- the State of Florida. ;

LOW COST wit: Petitioner J'laglrr ii EribunrDUMNELL ;
Lot 5, Block SO Mood''* Sub I
.. division Flagler Death. Flas EDDIE('API'!'. et r1.

ler County, Florida accordIng Defendant. FLORIDA
to the plat of Moody'; NOTICR OK RULE IJI
Subdivision of Flagler leach: NOTI9:. OK .:"n.:\1' UOMAIX
Flagler County. Florida on I'IIOt'Eeui'\t.a
FAST SERVICE file In the offlo of the Clerk IN: THE NAME AND BY TUB= MItt 11.B. FULLER EditorDeslg.aM
of the Circuit Court for Flag I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
I I ler County. Florida, In Hat rUHt!DA

Book I, page II. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON C.elal. .....,".... I
Together with all furniture CERN all person and
and fixtures contained In the tie iar.tno having any right par- fer P.kll. ffetlre* ., Flagler
I
building on the above described I title. Interest estate, mortgage, or i i c....,, 9s.lelNtltle.bteels I
premise. other lien to or on those certain
The said! property a* aforesaid, i pareels of land hereinafter de- sea tIe >fate of n.rUs I
I'' being sold to satisfy aM. Decree. .orib.d. and the following persons, I )
SERVING subject lu any and all valid prior together with all unknown. persons
mortga, s. Hens and envumbranee claiming. by. throe ch or under Entered I
, and rights.Dated known persons who are dead or a* second class matter

I> this Itth day of November who are not known to be dead February' I. IltJ. at the postofflce
A. P. 1944. or altvo: I

K. A, 'SMYTHE. CUrk of the S 9s1N7F3LiR tF1R 114a.. Ro&4 at Bunaell. Florida under act of
Circuit Court In and for Flap I 9tt- << C01r. TrI I
All County I.r County Florida Name and ,A.ddre'H8CJlnton March 3. 1876.
Flagler (DfllcUl Seal|) I
\V. U Wadsworth field.do I
P, 0. Rot 6)6 Marlon Clinton Field Oo year IU'
nunn 1. Florida P. 0. Box 426Pearson. I
Attorney for Plaintiff Georgia 8lx months ._tl.H
Nov 36-lie SRD NO. 197.1



Ii:


Nov. 26, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE :EVAN::;

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Stuutell cJtbftt j DAVID COPPERFIELD is the Flower April. Future trends indicate a .gyssteet ore'..r.. II er- -otb0 --

story of a boy who grows up in Growing relative gain In the movement ". '

School Newts I the hardships of the Industrial of Florida flowers by air. 01' ctsp0\ 1 A. bH r /fante

Revolution in England. His I Protable Industry i iI deceased;

THE GREAT IMPOSTERBy father II -I JO>IIPH LB8TIPH and
I. died before he was born, MOUTH OHMOMI DHAIXAUKlllvritlCT UBfrTiR. bla wife, if any, It liv
Robert Crichton and he was brought In Florida Shown las. and It dead their i'Down
up by his .MOT1CK OK LAND OWKHH9 I heir at taw devleee.. ..5s5r.
book Is writ. I weak mother and a servant I I I' MHIOTIMUNottoe grantee, rrdltor., Honor, or e This a biography Florida production of nursery : er parties by. tfcMVfb,
named claiming
Peggotty. At a very la hereby riven that' a i under or Joeefth Leeteraaj
about Fred W. Dumera. It .
ten and flowers
greenhouse products, meeting of the Owners of Land situated ; Lester, hi* wire I If any,
young he
age, was
of sensational sent away in the North Ormond Drainage -
is a story a man and bulbs has been increasing LAUW1d'
to school by a cruel District In Volusla and Flagler I and _
who found ways of portraying his man whom in recent years, reaching a Counties la hereby called to be held ttALLDItMALI.if It aAK, If
mother had recently mar. at the ortlce of the District at 410 living and If dead their
and living their lives.
of
value
people $62,116,000 at farm
ried. There he found N.abreeae Boulevard, D a y ton a heir at law, devleee 'tar.WII
even more level last year, the Florida State Heath. Florida same being In the grranteee, creditor, 11einqr4, or
Dumera led and unhappy life cruel treatment When his moth. County of Volusla on Tuesday December other parties clalmlnir by. through
Chamber of Commerce said in 16 1Iet..t I o'clock I 1'.1.
under or against Laura Mailer anti
as a child and'at 15 he left er died, he was forced to quit its Weekly Business Review. I' for the purpose of electing Nupervisora Matter, her husband, If

home to Join a monestary which school and go to work. As he may and come for betore.the any other meeting.bu.lnesathat any deceased:

changed _his life. He is still a grew older, he encountered I "This value, 5 per cent over I acre At of such land election In haD .t and every haUrepresent POMKUANZ.R 1'OMKtUNZ hi* and wife If any, If

very religious man. Trouble I many more hardships, but there 1962, covers a host of items one hare and each own* heir living;, and law If dead their unknown
I at devisee, legatees,
came his way many times, but were also some very warm and which, if taken separately wouldbe er person shall or be by entitled proxy In to wrltlnr.one vote duly In grantees, creditors. llenors, or other

he managed to escape most ems happy moments in the book. To of relatively little conse signed by him for in each such acre District of land owned under parties or against claiming 8. Ionmans by, through and

harassing incidents. learn the saga of David Copper. quences. It includes nursery may represent their Ward Uuardlan, Executors -deceased i'omerans. Ma wife If any,

During his travels he becamea field and stock of citrus peaches and Administrators may rep ;
receive the boundless pears, restn the Estate! of deceased persons FLAOLBU UKACH VILLA COIl

warden, surgeon, (teacher, entertainment that this timeless other fruits, berries and pecans.It be represented and Private Corporation their may ida rOltATlUN, It existing, a corporation and If not of elst 1<'1or.

Dean of Philosophy, and many classic radiates, come and readit covers ornamentals, both duly authorlted by Aa-enta. officeror: Ing lt. unknown c dOflFr
and
other things. for yourself in the Bunnell flowering and green, and indoor published It I. ordered once a that week thus for Notice two be ees REALTY: assigns COMPANY.; a Florida ELDB
consecutive
I
The thing which makes this High School library. potted plants. The figure also week In the Daytona I existing corporation Its, If unknown existing successors and If n't
: teach Observer,
book so Interesting is that it is 1 Buzzy' McKnight Includes a wide variety of cut llshed In Volusta a County newspaper Florida pub, grantee unknown and assign; and all other
and The1.., persona or entitlesclaiming
Tribune I
flowers of which a news
entirely true. gladiolus, under or
Library Assistant. published In Flayer County, anbl'or'hr :
To truly enjoy this book you j chrysanthemums and orchidsare November l'iorida, Date IS. 1114.of first publication against Defendant, or having above or claiming named

must read it ,the most important Hy order of to have any right title or Interest
ALAS BABYLON herelnbeiow
In and to the described
noAitn
Mike Church, (Pat Frank) "Significant and detailed mar V. Uuy OK Day supisnvisons, Secretary. lands and premises In Stagier

Library Assistant. keting information on nation Nov.---U'U-U-- -A Pec. 1-4to County 1'Alll'Cl., Florida NO, 1,, to-wit:

Alas, Babylon is the startling wide distribution is available on l.X TIIK ClltCl'IT' of Hectlnn' *. Township II Houth,
DAVID COPPERFIELD true to life story of the end of gladiolus and chrysanthemums. OK"1-\. I-NTII Kl.011111 JUDICIAL IN AM")HU KOII:HIT Kange 10 Halt according to plat

By Charles Dickens the world and the day after. During the month season. October 1'1.AIa1.Kll'OlIN1'1'' KLOHIIIA. of Ht. John Development Nub.Nvision *
on file 1 In the the '
IN ( IIA.M IIUV
-- The H Bomb was dropped anda through June, 1963.64, a UNITED 1IONDlNCJ Ml.INSUJUNCI 40.13: Clerk of the ". ItOIlltul for
Flagler County Florida In flat
thousand years of progresswas total of 502,974 cartons (22 COMPANY, an Indiana corporation Hook 1 nt page T, lying South
authorised to do business In FlorPlalnlltf of tAte Ititnd No. 100,
formerly
CLASSIFIEDADS destroyed In an Instant. bunches each) of cut chrysan ida Mate toad No. II. and more particularly

Would you have the courage to themums were shipped out of described a*: lleglnnlnir
at a iMiInt nf Interjection of the
survive and rebuild a civiliza the state. This volume is 13 per AUTI urn I. WI'MSY! Mouth lino of the said Tract 3 of

tion as the people in this noveldo the DA MAH WIWSV. and lllock 16 and running thence North
cent over previous year. IIMItllKItT K. allAY. IT degree 40 minute 01 seconds

or would you be paralyzedwith Cartons of potted chrysanthemums Defendant Hait along the pouth line of the
Listings under this heading are fear? AMKMIKU NOT..'.: In'l'UIII.IUA1'IUN aid Hertlun I, a distance of IU."
numbered 93,613 (6 pots feet; thence: North 1 degree 61

75 3 cents cents a is word the minimum, each insertion.charge Alas, Babylon is classified in each) last year and showed an TO: AUTI Iced tun Cloud u WILKY minute feet to an Weft Intersection a distance with of ti.t\theSoutherly \

our library as science fiction, Increase of 17 per cent GladIola NAn c/o Franclico: California I Corp right of way boundaryof
Seamtress Work at my Home. but will it be fiction in ( a yearor shipments came to 786,153 Defendant North 04 degree IS ,
Garments made to fit. 32 Palm more it could along I the Southerly 'llnh&fI': way
easily come hampers (of 20 bunches each), you Ann IIKKKIIY NOTIFIED boundary a distance or SK1I fret,
Drive, Flagler Beach. 11-26-ltc true. up 8 per cent"Shipments tb a suit to foreclose mortfaire{ to the West line of the said Tract
has e Iliad aralnat you by the ii; thence Mouth 1 degree It ..min
FOR SALE-1957 Cadillac. Maybe If you are interested in a book of these flowers above named Plaintiff In the above ute East along the \Vret (Line of
The real property sought the said Tract 1. a distance of
that is written and based In March and fUt
seen at 1955 North AlA, on usually peak foreclosed Is described a* 1IO.S1 teetto the point of begin
facts, may I suggest that you I follow: nlnir nf this duerlDtion. Clear nas
Flagler Beach. Mrs. Frances Lot II nf. Dm ley Subdivision, are referred to the Magnetic Me*
Zytkowicz. 11-26-ltp read Alas, Babylon for it may I, a* per Plat of said Subdivision rldlan, with no variation offset and
possibly be a prediction of the on file In the Oitlc of the Clr- parcel containing 1.11 acre
I I SKATING MARATHON cut flouttt ot *'l. '
BARGAINS IN SHOE SKATESfor future. Florida, In Plat Nook\ Co.ntlt( PA1ICKI NO 1.Helng .

sale, Just like new $10.00 Steve 'Neely, November 28, 1964 page*1, Including and appuretenance all Improvement a part IT. of the NWU of the Stout NKUHectlon .

and up. A-l condition. Capitol Library Assistant. 10 to 10 thereto lunge 10 least and I'orl'partleu
m. a. m.
p. larly described a* follow lleglnnlng -
YOU And llEQUinEI to
Skating Rink, Korona. .11.19.2tp copy of your answer or other servea at the Northeast corner of
THE LEGACY pleadings, upon the Plaintiff at* the said flection IT, .* a point ofreference
FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, CAPITOL torne)'.. Helen Tano Hope and and running thence Mouth'
(By Navil Shute) Alice II, Vance, 101 HUcayne Ilulld* IT degree 40 minute* 01 *e.end
bargain at 590000. Reasonable SKATING RINK In*. II West Flairler $t., Miami, West, along. the North line of the
Florida and rile the original wtlh aid n 17, a distance of
terms, located In center of Bun. This is a story that takes the Clerk of the above entitled 141I.4T feet to the point of be.

nell. For information phone place in Malaya during the war Court on or before the llth day South ginning of thl. description thence
Fee of December 1114, otherwise de 1 degree II minute Fast
4373719. ll-19-4tp in 1935. Jean Mcfadden is the Entry $3.00 fault will be entered against a you. a distance of 17.11 feet; thenr.

main character of the and Dated at Ilunnell. Florid. FUgler North 16 degree II minute Weet.
story lit $25.00 a distance of IIS.lt feet; thence
prize 10th
FOR SALE-Four good used :runUkthl' day of No It W..t.ort
is portrayed as a brave and North 1 degree minute .

650x16 tires; one trailer flush faithful girl who maintains 2nd prize $15.00 (1\f.1) Clerk B. A.of BMYTHB the Circuit) Court a distance It. degree of "O.o feet minute' thence* oj

toilet complete with fittings, 1 seconds East, ft of 111,11:
complete faith at all times de- Xly Julia It Harvey dl'i.ne.
,
the of
to point n e
contour easy chair and 1 coffee hardships.The 3rd prize $10.00 Nor ii.ii.il pea Deputy l-4t. Clerk {this: description: Hearing are r *
ferred to the M.gn ti Meridian
table. Phone 4373380. 11-19-lt main of the book Is. deadline! -- with 1 variation offset and
part no
Entrys open now* iv run ruirniT' rot'IIT, KKV.KNTII par
concerned with the capture of'I I : JUDICIAL' (rnlcuIT IV "l containing 0.10 a.re*.
Have Watkins Route available ANI) KOII fi.Aui.Kit: : Nor 28 at 8:30 m.
in this area for $137.50 per week a group of thirty-five women'and p. CKHV.MTATIO MUM or. KI.OIIIH4 IM CIIAN. 1)niiTlr1)iDciwELl., V. "'!CAvr and JO.

If determined, children that are captured'by HOWKIL V. PKAVY NO.4'M and ANNH H. I'EAVY. his wife, h....
man. you are flied In this Court their Complaint
well met sober character and the Japanese that were to be I* JOANNK e. 1'KAVr. hi* wherein that there are
wife
: lh. .1Ir":
1 put into a concentration I I iv TIIK (''i''iWi7iT cot i'iT F- iiaintirr person In and/or hav
anxious to make money, you camp. KI.AUI.KU: rol'NTV.: KI.OUIIIA ing or claiming to bare an In.
be the that we are I To get to this concentrationcamp IX- IIANTKHV JVO. O7& WIM.TAM'J. nKNCKM and terest In and to the real property
may man Involved I In this suit, hereinbefore
ROBERT OWENH, :ATJlJaItJNJO W. OKNCKN:
interview which supposedly existed, Plaintiff described whose names age
seeking. For personal II wife' SlitA. >UIUtVKUUlllHH.
they had to walk. Their many ow.. >K1/LTIRelt> and whereabouts. j sl-omoe addressee
.
in write Mr. McGar-
your area, LORETHA and piece of residence are repeotlvely
days of walking and the hardships OWENRIMfendant her husband, unknown to said Plaintiff -
Williston I If JOHKI'H
ity, P. O. Box 627, VOTITK TO lKYKN11T11E any; MKIIINA and having further named
and Mt<
;nrNA. hi.
which
32696. ll-12-3tc they were put HTATK OF FLORIDA, TO: wife If t.H.! therein certain person a* knownby
any; JUMKI'll !
through are vividly explainedin LORBTHA OWENH.whose ter and --LH8TKR, name to said Plaintiffs, but ..
residence and poet not known by them whether theyor
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick- page upon page in the story. y'rr"d are unknown MAI.LKU hi* wife. and If any; LAUIIA UAL- any of them are dead or alive

up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After For the ending of this truly suit hu been hereby filed notified against that you t In a M IUlt I IOMKHANZ her huiband.and If any; heir And at having law made devisee. the., legatee uknown,

6 P. M. call 4373573. 11-5-tf wonderful story, which has a the above entitled cause; and you fOMKItANZ. his wife-If I- grantee. assignees, and other
are hereby required to file your answer IIIOACH said person both
KI.AOr.KIt fll.
I strange twist, won't you come with the Clerk of thle Court any VILLA: c'CJItI't')lCATUH, fit/lT :r.n'nelun dead, known to Iho
MUST SELL waterfront home, and to a TO Plaintiff name, net knownto
21 serve a copyhereof upon by but
to the library and read it? I'm the plaintiff or plaintiff ,, corporation of Florida" If qtiui'eal.ting the Plaintiff whether any of
bedrooms Florida room 1.torn. and If not eilstTITLJ9
large .
I sure that Won't be disap whose name and address Ing It. unknown aid unknown heir at I.w. devisees
1% baths, reasonable, 304 Palm you JOHEI'H W. IIATCHKTT grantee and successor asclgns legatees, assignee. and other
lit M. CampbellDaytona Il ; claimant are dead
Circle Drive, Flagler Beach. pointed.Jack lieach, Florida riKf.FiH PANY Florida ItKAI/rr COM. defendant Itlnfhef: Uorn;
Abbott a corpora* paries
not later than IJecember II. A D.
Oct. 29.5tc tlon. If eilstlng. and If not
Assistant 1114. unknown And having prayed for decree
Library If you fall to do so, decree pro eilstlng, It* sues of this Court quieting and eenArming *
WANTED IRONING to do at my ronfesso will be entered against reesore granteee and as- Plaintiff: title In the a*
signs: AND If any of them
you for the relief demanded In the Mote described real
home, reasonable. Pick up & de ' bill of complaint The nature of eilitent be dead, 41 the"utn'.c: ::'> removing eoude from I'.ar-Uft.'
aid suit being for title and decreeing them null andvoid
divorce.
livery. Phone ID 73669. i WITNKfUf my hand and coal ofeld heir, devisees, legatee.. for a perpetual Injunction a*
10-24 tf RENEW YWB Court thle 17th day of November creditor I trustee, grantees gainst I acid Defendants, and each
A. D.. 11(4. successor In ,InUreet, of them peaceable possession
I MflmUClWWISYW (Official Meal) successors, assignee Hen- or said real property .In (he Stains
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 'r t1 tk of said ("Irrultltour 1 .r.lmla.. other claimant. tiffs, general relief.
.. Dy Julia JL Harvey, by. through undr And hating demanded) from tta.CI.rk .
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable Deputy Clerk or against them, and Circuit Court 'In and
Call George Jaroz Nor ll-2 A Dee I II--4 t. all other unknown persons For Flagler County, YIOtld., the
prices. or entity. claiming br. .
.-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -- making of n.g. soul
.. . .. .. . through, uDder { :; nfo
8l-tf .. or ataln.I and
ID 7.3410 roo .. . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . .. . . . . . ... I any of the above named persons : ap*
pear to smno
I efendant. daysnet /tha nty..
or
having or upon a Use
CONSTIPATED? : FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT claiming to have any and b6 eight nor more than *l_ly day
To PIUm-BY.l.C coDt.&IDIDK I title or Interest In to from the date of the making of
Prune prove. Fig. A Senna la world's8mo the land berelnbelew described sail U tt. &i.reupon.rma:1ttJD .
I ; .
natural each and every
*o-th.ot. beat sad moat AMBULANCE
Defendant.
l-.xath. of the Defendant* above named
MOODS. hurry to PHABMACTfor I pHONEVAey4)625[! Till: N/rrl'N,. and designated U hereby rebuked
0 to appear and answer Ptalntiffe'
g.nerou FREE BAMPLJB or SERVICE A TIlf"rAlt) '. n..oRJJS4f .e.ct Complaint' herein on file M the
4. tablet for Tic. Over 1.MO.IO ST. AUCUSTHfE. FLORIDA f (' ,at. Iflh day of December 1M4.. and
sold each year. I hi. wife. Illvfe*. and If ...4 that Ibis Order he published once
____ unknown
their
heir. at law des a week for four Ill M e uUe
>S *i *SS* *f r r- I Near be h* ltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance Wt 5 vie***. legatees, grant... rredltore. week before said date In The
ltBors. or other parties eUf... meals. Tftoune. a newspaper p*b.
JOHNSTON'SFLACLEH I are alway at rear Mrrlc with promptae safety and ftxprioc by. through. imdr er agalnel WII. lulled In Flagler C4H>\rll". Ieekla'wrrKI
j lass I. Owaoen and rat"'"** a mrthe h.and a* Wfk.
BEACH REALTY CO. r K1pI41/1........... Mr*, If A Rltt aid seal .' this Cvwtt.irkt& I.
.
I ( and ---- fth da, In
a w"I T1-
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, I h-r h...... ... If _..,.. if Ilvt7fla glitaacr;1 II.He of fugle and
FARMS Equipped With Oxygen Rettuitator And Inhalator ir dead, t...., heirs at law d. ofel "Ids"
WATER FRONT. v i_.. I........ grantee.. .ro4lt'.r > ( 1'TJI I:
ACREAGE I ., li..a.... or other r11.c <"kr" t aM ("'curtA
Garcia Funeral Home rlaimlna .ky. iKrowglk. vier oragalnet rklrW..
**. u lor your real aorta DMdI r Kdrbc.h of r r Kultrsh aad y flune K airqy.

Office Phone HE 9-2342 ... p. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director r, - -- ; .., "..kl 4. It W I. VelMAC, / "trk

Residence Phones ID 7-3691 .nJfItRrMJjmUI4 and __ f. O. Wad1w
LADY ASSISTANT I UK KIN A. Me wife. It any If living $ama.ll. Florida

or ID 7-3517 ..""...."".v.......""'..""""""".?..,,.. rrlwtr"'w..rr''N''.vl. feei'i and at It Uw dead. ..,..their...., unknown legatee. Nut JMfeitoror U.II.ff A Plaintiff De. IL .-410Thursday



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\ EIGHT THE FLAGLBR TRIBUNE, BuNNBLL, _FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 26, 1964
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, : Narcotics Alcohol r Children's
j I i iI SocietyIn Worldwide Bible


I I Education Program I Annual AppealAnnual I II I'Reading Class

I

;, I At High SchoolA I Christmas appeal let. :i j Begins Today
ters are now In the mail to I I
)I I II' one-day program dedicated I Flagler County residents by the I IChildren's ; "One Bible-reading amendment
I to the prevention of drug, alcohol "
I is possible
immediately
I will Home Socley of Flor i ,
and tobacco addiction
says the Rev. Howard R. Porter,
IA I be held at Bunnell High Schoolon ida.The minister of the First Methodist
6 Wednesday, December 2. statewide adoption Church of Bunnell.
I' I cy, one of Florida's oldest agen.1 I
sA R. H. Lloyd, field director of' ties, has been appealing "Any person can amend his
State Narcotic and Alcohol Edu ancial support In Flagler county neglect of the Bible by Joiningthe
cation Office is presenting the world's largest Bible class
I for many years, once at Christmas
1 and reading a selected
program on one hour schedulesin and again at Easter.As passage
r the school auditorium. Lloyd 1 each day. These unique Bible.
the agency is a private, .
reading class starts
on Thanksgiving
'M rI will present the program using -
nonprofit, charitable organization
Day and continues
films and human specimens. '
with no state or federal through Christmas."
Students will attend two one-
hour sessions. funds it Is dependent on contributions I Worldwide Bible Reading Is

and adoptive fees in all!, sponsored by the American Bible
l M1r The human specimens displays areas of Florida where it Is not Society and a distinguished
A show three variations of in a United Fund. committee of laymen headed by

the effect of smoking on lungs, Flagler county Is one of four President Lyndon B. Johnson.By .
the heart and the thinking pro. counties Included in the newly reading the same pre-select*
cess, the brains. Also includedis formed North Coastal divisionof ed portion of Scripture each 'day,
Y a cancerous lung of a man CHS. This division is now be. a spiritual bond ,is formed be.
59 years old who had smokedtwo ing organized and will be in tween Christians around the
packs of cigarettes daily full operation by the first of the world.A .

for 17 years. year. Headquarters are in the lonely marine, stationed in
1 Tonkins uled for the evening. All the. Parents and other Interested Daytona Beach office of the the South Pacific during World
Report Americans went to find only I individuals are Invited to at. agency which was opened in November War II, originated the idea

World Cruise half stayed more than a half tend the morning sessions at in the Diplomatic Center, when he asked his family to
,
On hour, for we couldn't take the 8:30: and 9:30 and the after. South Tower, 100 Seabreeze Blvd. read the same passage with him
brutal treatment of the animal. noon sessions at 12:30: and 1:30. Other division counties are Bre- each day. The Society developedthe
I Of Last Summer vard, Volusia and Putnam. Idea, selected Bible readingsfor
Then we sailed four days and
My purpose for taking a nights across the calm and The new office Is now offering each day, and printed these
"little home on the sea" was complete adoption services to
1 "World Cruise" was to get first beautiful Mediterranean Sea. selections on bookmarks. Since
hand Information of the cultures Much sun bathing, and swim. tossed about for four days and Flagler county residents. Areasof 1943 more than 80 million of
nights. Mountains of water were service include ,counselling these bookmarks have
been
world.
of the
; of various peoples done "our home of
;; ming was on
thrown up and our ship fell into and financial assistance when distributed free to desiring .
sixth people
Since I teach the grade, the sea," The Laos." We beganto
these holes. After being seasick needed, to natural parents who
text stresses to participate in the
our social studies love our home, for we all pro.
tor awhile the doctor gave us a plan to place their child for
the various people of the world assembled at meals and for gram. Bookmarks for this year'sWorldwide
.1 and their cultures. Thus, giving evening entertainment. The motion sickness medicine which adoption; casework services for Bible Reading are

me a greater Insight of the moon was so beautiful at times carried us through the Arabian parents who wish to ,adopt a available free at the First Meth.

subject and then to be able to the lights were put out and we Sea.Then child; and services to the babies odist Church and at many local
i\, Impress on the minds of our danced by moon light came Bombay, India. and children who are to be stores, banks and libraries.Community .
{ that In this day Here we found more misery and placed for adoption. These servo .
boys and girls, .- ,.,.1
i of fast travel, they must learn We soon came to Port Said, poverty. We took a tour of the ices include taking the baby In. 1I

_f to respect customs and habits here we disembarked on Sun. 'city which tried to be modern, to custody directly from the hos I II I
\ of all people everywhere. The day evening and rode in two but the under current of misery I pital caring for him in one of
r greatest barriers we found were limousines to Cairo by way of could be felt. The dress of the : the agency's foster homes until Memorial ChurchrateMe.aa.la.tbaal

different languages and monies.On the Nile Agriculture Road be. Indian women was colorful saris, placed with his permanent .
side the Nile Canal which is long dresses, and their religionis parents and taking care of all AIR CONDITIONED
June 9, 1964, my husbandand from the Nile River. Our ship Hidulsm. They work at what. legal and medical work the baby
I boarded a jet plane for I was going through the Suez Canal ever Is at hand. White sheetsof may require. :Daytop* An.
New York, after attending a while we were sightseeingin cloth were wrapped around I FLAGLER BEACH
half day post-planning sessionfor Carlo. The Nile was the the men for work clothes anda I Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
1 teachers at Bunnell High I means of Irrigation for the land white cloth wrapped around : sailing we were In Saigon. Many Church Service 11:00 A.M.

School. On June 10th, we took I around was barren desert In their heads. Here we finally I of our service boys talked withus. R. W. DICKERT, P..WrRVKRY01VR
a bird's eye view of the World's I Cairo, we visited our first mos. visited our first Buddha Temple. They were anxious to get WELCOMK J
I Fair. On June 11th, we boarded : que, Mohammed All Mosque. People were on their knees bow. back home to the United States. t
.....
"The France," a newly built and Here people sat on the floor during ing, some ringing bells some The climate seemed unbearable, t." &II M
the longest ship In the world. services. The interior was praying, others were seated on I so hof and humid. Their quarters

After four days and nights of very beautiful, with lights and the floor Many religions still had window conditioners EXTRA SESSION
I smooth sailing, we arrived In chandeliers. The floor was well exist in India.The food was very I but not many conditioners
I Lallarve, France. By train we I carpeted.We peppery, but well prepared and were seen in saigon. The women Added At
I went to Paris. We had been visited the Sphinx, the nicely served with waiters dress. I wore long silk slacks with a CAPITOLSKATING
1 here five years ago, but in or. Pyramids, and we rode camels. ed in their native costume.We I long dress over them slit up the
der to get a boat to the Far East I Here many people could only sailed from Bombay to 1 sides. We were asked to stay RINK

we had to go by train to Mar. "eke" out a living, mostly by Colombo, Ceylon. A a tour was near the ship for not far northof Adult Beginners Sessions
sellles, France, to board the farming small plots of ground. planned for us by limousines to us a war was going on. So
Thurs. Afternoon
Every
"Laos." This was the first place where Kendy. We traveled 60 miles only with our guide, who wasa
through camel riders, people Vitenamese girl, did we vent 12:30 to 2:30
This French ship, "The Laos," children and older people were
was our sea home for 32 days. stretching out their hands, es. walking, riding on bicycles, ox. ture out and

We were one big family. We pecially to Americans, for American en carts, and even an elephant (Continued Next Week) Every Saturday Night1OP.M.tolA.M.
learned a little French and they coins, which our guide, pound. Sometimes our I .
likewise learned some English. a University of Cairo graduate, ship couldn't get Into port to
However, every country Is try. discouraged us to give becausewe dock so we had to take a launchto O. F. ALPORD Regular Skating Hours
ing to learn English, even the would have crowds followingus. shore, this was fun and ex. Registered Every Night 7 to 10

Japanese In their Junior High citing. Sat. Sun. &
Schools. We were also guided throughthe Here people lived In more Real Estate Broker I Holidays

.;, In France, seven years of Eng Egyptian Museum. It was primitive state. Many rice paddles .. BunntlL Florida 2:30 to 4:30
fish Is placed In their curricu very- hot so our guide- took us were found and men working
lum. The habits and culturesof to the Pyramids first, then to in the paddles along side .
the French people are some. the Museum and then to the of the water buffaloes. Clothes
what different from ours. They I Nile Hilton{ Hotel where a box didn't mean too much to them, 24 Home

have on their table wine for lunch was made up for us to a pair of shorts or a wrap Wrecker Service
every, meal except breakfastNo eat on our way to the ship, around used by men and long
water is placed on the table. across the Sahra Deser to Suez. dresses for women. Women witha
The coffee and tea Is served in Most people rested two hours at black veil covering their faces
the Lounge Instead of at the noon but'e Americans" didn't mean they were married.We I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co,

table. We were also educatedto but after .going through severalhot left Colombo and sailed ,
the Bikini bathing suit. On countries we learned to for Singapore. This city was the MASSEY-FERGUSON

the ship was a nice sun deck slow down. nearest the equator but It had Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
and all After leaving the Suez Canalwe rained therefore the heat had
pool
and swimming VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
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bikinis. We entered the Red Sea and subsided Singapore is a flourishing
wore
French
women
were 12 Americans on the "Four sailed three nights and three port and one of the Malay Owner Bunnell, Florida

Winds" World Cruise. So we days until we reached Aden, at States. People dressed modem
had to learn the value of a the foot of Saudi Arabia, Asia. or western as they say. However --

franc and various (other) coins, We stayed one day, for It wasa many wore their native I'
as well as a 10-franc note was small place with many goats, dress. In Singapore, as may be CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
-. and people sleeping on the expected of a multl racial society .
in
worth $2.00 our money.
We found that people in all:I .ground In parks, and In doorways you can find almost every, IL cRAIG Funeral Director
countries respected the United I of buildings. After we left religion philosophy, custom and I
Almost country i Aden we were In the ArabianSea. tradition of the world. You find JOHN CAPO. Associate
1 States dollar. any I I
and Here Monsoon winds were It reflected: In the churches OXYGEN
would take our money, I AIR
their best to bring rainto temples synagogues; LADYATTENDANT
they also knew the value of the doing mosques EQUIPPED
dollar in their money. I India. Of course, we were not you find It In the colorful dress CONDmONEDCHAPEL I I

After leaving Marseilles we expecting this and the officers the theatrical performances and AMBULANCES

sailed. one day and two nights. of the ship never tell you of bad dances, the various festivals; Phone ID 7-3532
and arrived at Barcelona, Spain. weather, but always tell you of and you see It In the homesof

This was Monday and a holiday good weathr reports. When we the people. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUKITCUU FtOIIDArAGE
so a bull tight was sched left the harbor of Aden, our After two days and nights of




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