The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00129
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Fishathon : Miss Volusia County: Contestants f '. Miss Piaster CountyMiss Two 'Bunnell .

Planned For .. f :! : : Enter QueenContest Stores Victims .

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4 July Fourth ">'';;: ":: : ; 'iI I on' 4th Of ShopliftersA

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'Issac Walton's followers will ,; Entries to date in the Miss I team of, shoplifters visited

,have an opportunity to show Florida East Coast Contest, a.I Bunnell this week and relieved
their skill during the Flagler feature of Flaglef County's, JulyFourth two drug stor Anderson's: and
County Fourth, of July, Fishaton.A I r celebration at > Flagler I V V( Moodys: of an unknown amountof
number of prizes will be Beach, indicates | "Battle of the merchandise. Accused are

awarded. One prize,-a good fish Queens'', as a large number of'I Mrs. Rebecca Prince and Mrs.

ing reel will go to the person contestants hold he title Queen. \ Norma Jean Jordan, ,both giving

,..( catching,.the largest fish, regard title in her hom county. ';. Jacksonville addresses. 1
:' less of kind. Another reel will R ; y Man/of these beautiful young Mrs. Nita Haywood, clerk at
go to the one catching the largest women has other!titles' that they Anderson's Drug Store became t

,I number of fish, regardless have won during the past two e suspicious when she saw one of
kind. Other prizes will go to .. years, therefore spectators viewing 1, the women with several billfoldsand
various fishermen for different ; the first annual Miss Flor- who was leaving. Mrs. Hay-
phases of the fishathon. { ; P ida East Coast Contest: can expect ,; 1 wood remembered the color of ..

While. the prizes may not :be 7'.., ; w.'fi ,' to see a real battle for, the' the car and got a part of the
the lrs, ?r most expensive, r.iih :; title. 'I I tag number. Notifying the.sher-

they v, ,J1 be worthwhile and a :;,',:. ;.. './.j: Young womert residents of >k iff's office here, the officers .call
souve ir-of the .Fourth of July 'v "i.' .'.. .t '; Florida, between, the ages of 16 ed the, Volusia County Sheriffs
Fishaton. All persons residing in '. x '"t' and 25, single. and never marred Dept. and the women were In-
Flagler County and all the many .... r .. .. and who are not professional tercepted at the intersection of
visitors for the' day are invitedto )1 {.: ..models' are eligible to n-I iU.. S. Highway 1 and the truck
participated .. : ter the contest, .Sam Malphurs 'route near Daytona Beach.
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Entry'blanks for -flshathon, t. ., director of the beauty: contest,1 They were brought back to
as well as the Missy' Jrida.East ; said today. I Bunnell, taken 0 before County

Coast Beauty p;' rf; may be ,:... ".;'... Prizes will_be trophies anA ,Judge Duane Deen where one
obtained >ar;Vthe', firms displaying f \,,', merchandise prizes for the win admitted taking the billfolds '
the red and white em- ner and the two. runners-up. but disclaimed any knowledgeas
blem which denotes they are .V to where the many other
sponsors of the Fourth of July articles found in the car came
Celebration., r r : East FlaglerMQsquito from.
; No entry fee will be charged One defendant was fined $250
to enter the flsharthon and District and other $35, both fines being
.4 prizes, for the various catches paid. But in the meantime,, the
will be made possible by sponsors \- Make Work. Plans city police; of Jacksonville hada
Miss Patricia Shockey, 19ryearold -
of the Flagler County Fourth hold order on them and came
4i of July Celebration., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. here yesterday and picked them

\'_, ,.., ::.. In. addition trtoihefisnathon Carl.L. Shockey.oi{; 244 N.. Ridge-' _,At meeting, fi n. Jacksonville up for the same ,type of offense.
"* wood.A_ v e., a Beach Patricia :141onday.with': The.State.Boardof .
and Beauty C bnlest;?mmedlate payija on The 'car had :articles; 'marked "1
f. ly following 'the, fireworks display has hazel eyes1:and darkbrown Health, local member of the Duffs Hardware"of Jacksonville.

will be, a free.. dance,in the hair. She is'5* feet 5% Mosquito District,I Lyman L. Neither Moody nor Anderson
inches tall and weighs" 109. Pa- Gage discussed work to be done Betty Jo Revels, 17-year-old
i. square'at Flagler Beach. really know how much was
tricia won the Miss Volusia daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. R. B.
and plans for the coming year.
News stories are being sent stolen. Both stores' has
title 28 in Revels of Bunnell.- Betty Jo has many
County May New The State Engineers. like to
out to surrounding newspapers small items on display and it
Smyrna Beach when the Miss have hazel eyes and brown hair. She
I the work plans filed in
as well as window cards will be would be Impossible to know
I "- distributed, inviting citizens inV Volusia County contest was a their office to enable them to is 5 feet 5% ,inches tall and what articles were taken with-
our neighboring inland towns to feature of the Seaside Fiesta. review the various projects, before .I weighs 118. She won the. Miss out a
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r:. spena me ,rourui 01 juiy. wun us. way it is believed each storE
t" State Entomologists review our last year._ She is sponsored .byMcDaniers '
Shrine Olub. probably lost a hundred dollars
projects very carefully and their Standard 011 Station 1 I worth of ,articles.
t. : Teen And Pre-Teen Holds .Picnic approval must ,be given before I of '''Bunnell. __ j '

._ work can be started. ..

; Dance Groups> Next SUIiday'r 'The,local''' board plans to continue I Coach JdcGriffCalJing Methodist To .,

J'_ work in the salt marsh
I Are Divided. The Annual- Flagler County,I area, south part of Flagler Beach, Boys Welcome, .Pastor
One hundred ten teen and pre- Shrine Club Picnic and fish .fry until about September 15th,

:. teens attended the.opening dance will be held on Sunday, June when normally high tides makes Age 7 to 13 At Family
14 at Roy Osteen's marsh difficult We NightSunday
5:.' at the Flagler Womans Club Camp on work very
,- Tuesday evening, Mrs. Harold the Inland Waterway north of. then move to one of'the various ,Coach Cliff McGriff said todayhe '
i' .Massie said today. Flagler Beach, at 12:30. projects in the District where wants all boys, age 7 to 13 evening will be the

; Due to the difference in the The Club is inviting all Ma- the high tides are not ,so' muchof who are interested in participating observence of Family Night at
r age and the Interest in dancing sons and' their*families, widowsof a problem" ," Mr. Gage con in the Little| League Baseball the First Methodist Church of
;.. and music it was decided to hold Masons, and all members ,of tinued. *" or' Basketball summer program, Bunnell. A program ,will be pre
.- a Pre-Teen dance; for 12' and the Eastern' Star, ,to join with Mr. Bissland of the U. S.. Biological to meet him at the Bunnell sented by the Sunday School De
under, proceeding the reuglar them in the picinic.'- Each? famIly Survey was in the district School Gym'at..nine o'clock this partments under the direction of
: Teen Dance for 13 years and is to bring' ,a_covered dish going over the' problem, of Friday morning Junel2. Mrs. Becky Clegg. t

t older. of food and their silverware._ V keeping the fresh water ponds The plans and organization of Following the program a' reception -
; and streams ,and freeing welcoming the new pastor
'- The Pre-Teen Dance will be ... the will be made at
them from 'obnoxious weeds and program Rev. W. L. Spicer aid his
from,6 to 8:30 with
participation_ Mr. Hinson: this time, :Mr. McGriff said. will
. dances, door prizes, lucky number brush. family, be held, membersof
t. dances, and many novelty :' ,:-. So .far ''this season, as this is the Church said today.

\, dances, to appeal to ,that age Selected ,ForSummer being ,written, very little fogging Announces, Appointment All members and friends of .
E._ This divided will has been' done, but the Districtis the Church: are invited :to ,at.
group Session Of I I
: Administrator For
tend the
f.encourage: the Pre-Teens who ready with fogging machinesif ,evenings program.
: have hesitated to*,attend because Bryon Hunter ,Hinson, member mos uitges become too 'prev Clinc and Hospital. The committee In charge of
of the age'differences. .. of"the Bunnell High- ,School faculty alent, he said. .. arrangements: are Mrs. R. W. Jo'
Dr. John M. Canakaris of the Deen, Mrs. Robert Cook
t The Teen :Dance will be from has been ..selected for participation -
Flagler Clinic and Hospital announces Lee Blakely.. '
8 to 11:30 each Tuesday even- In.,the Summer Institute Don Anderson appointment of Cora '.
r] ning. .Parents,of, ,,Bunnell Children for.HIgh-School Teacherso Receives Honors
Blossom R.N.; who is
a graduate -
L' ..... are ask, .to'form car: pools ,Science and, Mathematics:?at Donald Gilbert Anderson, son ,in the field_ of' hospital ad- WILL RESURFACE
to' provide transportation to the the University of _Florida, Ii&e ,: HIGHWAY ELEVEN
i., of Mr. and ,Mrs.Gw S. Anderson ministration, will take,,over thee -
| dances. 15 .August 7. .
; of Bunnell th
.c' graduated from administration therFlagler Last Thursday it was an
\ The, program consists of a Sewannee Military- Academy on I Clinic.and Hospital.beginning on nounced .in Tallahassee by the
r Lions, Club ,Plans. series of lectures, seminars and May 25, just received two high June 15,. State Road Department that bids .
.. 0 dt. courses reviewing fundamentals: awards from the 'academy.: ,I Mrs. Blossom has wide experience will be opened on resurfacingthe
t. 'Installation And and _stressing recent' developments The honors-were excellence in hospital administration, 15 ,miles of Highway No. 11

f and techniques in the: .in general scholarship justifying.I Dr. Canakaris said, and is a In Flagler County. The new '
t.' Ladies Night fields of biology.'chemistry" and election to the, National' Societyof graduate of ,the University 'of work extends from the intersection
:* mathematics. )... Cum.Laude he was' awarded '
d!Georgia and has held .posts as of U. S.: Highway 1 in Bun-
(. The.Installation of-officers andV .Under-A.;; National .ScienceFoundation certi1lcate- uid ,
. a key-of member; administrator: various hospitals nell to.the Volusia County line..
,. annual,lions;,Club- Ladies Night grant, the Institute[ship in tlie. odety. Also for exceptionaV in Georgia and Florida. ." Bids 'for the: work. will be

.be held, :at, the June 22nd. provides funds:-.for..participantstObe4 ;qualifies,.leadership I She .will have fomplete adminstrative opened in Tallahassee, Tuesday;
t meeting.. 'housed/in"" ,_ ,>_Gainesville'.and,I I and, achievement s the!; AcademyMedal :: control. 'of the June '23. The:"highway was
.I'Will. The:dinner meetinjr will- beat receive,:, $75, per week. stipends:I ,fof, Outstanding Seniorofihc r: pital here under ,the su hos-I I completed in 1941 with wartime

the Masonic Lodge dining plus' additional allowancesdependents. .'- i t 1 Class of 1959.was given to i,[ of an advisory board of,. surfacing.and has needed; to be,
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room at 7:30 cf", .-* -.taj-the ,evening\ .,: 1 ** K I J: \1hich.-a, to'T ie'I appointed.ft .' I t reWrked "'for-.several,'years.t .-- .

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':. ,r .r,. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Barber J -

!". ;$-"', : -' <::' ,.i/t / 'r., /," ',t.- ,I have come from Bunnell' to spend I :f1! F*{ fWtlfN 1tt ftJW'.. : '}W': f\i*:

,:': : ,; ,., 'l. ,' Jlt. .. A;: part of the summer at Y the beach. .....>...GENERALn..
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Mr. and Mrs. Kuleski ;&
'If Harry : : :: tvi a \
t -- LUNA BABBITT- and sons spent part of last weekat I :

{ :' Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 the home of her parents' Mr.} .:

, and Mrs. Reid Williams at Cass REFRIGERATOR


> NEXT j jtt t 'Mrs. Daisy Moody received herB Abbott I JJI1AIf

i I'w:V v Members of the Flagler .Beach ,,I S Degree 'from the Florida Miss days last week in several : }X

f t Garden Club are reminded that][I State University Saturday. Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. C. Sevllle'l ..;.:.:.,.:.:.:. \
L 1 the picnic at. Tomoka Park is Moody had returned 'there for I ::::=:::::::: '

r';. next Tuesday, June 16, and each this 'last semester to complete (
Visitors here on Tuesday with Uri
.. #. person is. to bring their own her course. Going over to Tall : I I
Mrs. Virginia
Leonard Moody were ..
('f" -?. plates, silver, etc.t"rJl I ahassee Saturday to attend -thegradua'tlon Brueck and Beth Farnell, .,............ MAGNETIC.
I were her daughterEula
from Baton Rouge,''La., 'and Phil- !
.Guests last Sunday of Mr. and I Lee, her husband, Leonard Sanders J' SafetyIDM
lis Hudson Lee ; and
j'l\< Mrs. George Wilcox were his with his father George: Moody, :
l I Marietta Perry from Columbus,j
b. '>:.' grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Sr. They'.returned here'on .Sun Ohio. They stopped over with I; ...............

'' George Massey with their family day'afternoon.. her for the day during their I ''i.t..i.:,:.i ,*
from Jacksonville 'and also
f. :. I Florida tours.; i )..:.t...if..
Wilcox's and daughter ;::::;:
f1 :Mrs. _son
Miss Orvalene Turpin left ::::;;:::::::::,
f in law, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley t i !
Friday |to accompany her grand. Mrs. Jaunlta Wilson and children
. Benson, with their four sons of
;, I I mother,JMn Dillie Mae Turpin, Dwight and Jimmy from'iJacksonville t
: Gainesville. I
''f:; fl to her home in Five Pints, Tenn. spent Tuesday herewith

l It & She plans to be aWRY about two her brother in law and sis-
: ,Miss Betty A. Meadows re.
:I weeks. ter in law Mr. and Mrs Bernie
turned to her home here last I II .
Wilson ti.
t. week after: spending four weeksin l I .r.Y.:. \
Miss Meadows was I 1apd.fr. and ..1rs..Thomas Gresham i i'I .:w:v?..Yn" 'co34wawhrGie.rk riiSlsCA..Cw.Y:
Europe., son from Bimini have opened Mr. and ,Mrs. William Wight- v I Three Full Width Shelves
>; on a foreign assignment and 'I their beach home here to man from Jacksonville are \ Simplified Single Dial s= :
: 1 I also, spent one week in; Wash. I spending two weeks here in the f:3: Temperature Control z'z'
spend the summer.
ington, D. C. while she was I .
.'Meeks cottage. -I Full Width Freezer

: away. I I" Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen and I "* Full Width Chiller Tray '+
.' the Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd Stone of :/ Butter Keeper Keeps Butter* :'::- t t1
: EIGHTH. BIRTHDAY Y PARTY family are spending sum i f Just Right for Spreading |fH l f\
,, mer in the Nichols house on Pierson visited here Sunda'withheir ; I .- ; '
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Removable and Adjustablet
: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore entertained -" AlA.' Their son Billy is on .LifeGuard parents, Mr. an; Mrs. Herbert

t' on I Monday afternoon.II duty 'on the beach. Gray. : Door Shelves .. ,, +
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: :a?? ;y"J :b'xSt'"Y' : ; h. ?wy!9 !rrr ,
} for their;little son, Warren J. 3rd,
(More on page 6)) JLOWPRICE
t who is, known to' his friends as Mrs. 'Clarence Weaver left for j
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r Budd Y. They had a wiener roast Taylorsville, N. C. on account of --.t ,> ""
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in. the back yard and concluded the continued illness of her FRED A.: FRUITSJEWELER tf* :_

- it by cutting the special birth- mother, Mrs. Mattie Lowe there. j -,. tnt uTrto ,
day cake:' I ? I I <#*r.t""

} Enjoying the ,affair with him Mr. and Mrs. B T. Hord from
> DIAMONDS WATCHES, Appliance & Gas Company
: were Leo and Frankie Fleurie, Crescent. :City 'are staying in I J REPAIRINGfJVWJW f ,

r. Dana Scruggs, 3rd, Donald Park- their beach home here this week. ...._.................-.J\/\/'rI, Phone ID 7-3551 Bunnell, Florida
''i f pro David Johnson Win.
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.. sister, Vicki. Moore. w ,
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Mr.and Mrs. Bruce Arnold.had "... 4'r Don't take it from us-take it from !.n4e'r" _
a ,picnic on,,Sunday afternoon I -' pendent experts and from fagts and figures '
for that are now a matter of record. POPULAR
their little son, Bruce, who isflrToday. '
h SCIENCE sums up Chevy's unmistakably ,
was six years old that day.They .I "
had 'a hamburger fry on e'V' :/ modern style this way: "The fact is, in its .
'. price class Chevy establishes a new high in :,
the beach, played games and ;
,i't daring styling This is one more reason

went Linda swimming. The guests, c ,1'IPr oU : your new Chevrolet will bring a higher allow- .
Brenda Babbitt
ance at trade-in time, as Chevy has over the
,Debbie Johnson, Susan FOR years. A look at last year's used car prices*

.. Gomes, Freddy Fruits nd'his shows Chevrolet averaged up to $128 more .f I

:.. little" brother Stevie. .. \Smarter tv l e' HIGHERTOMORROW I than low-priced comparable two. models of the other leading r .

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SIXTH BIRTHDAY PARTY I : Gui4 Book fit rti of tht National AtUonobiU Dealert'Attn. '
.1lIllIPl.i! ;:
Mr.. and Mrs. William Babbitt I ,

entertained on ,Friday 'afternoon I O\t-\, PLUS S'MORE BIG* BESTS OVER ANY

at their home honoring, their lit ".. j ,.n -- OTHER CAR IN. CHEVROLET'S FIELD .
tle daughter Brenda who was *
six that day;: t '" .' -- '
/ Best Brakes. Chevy showed the best
They played games indoors I' ,brakes of the. leading low-priced! three in
'outdoorS .
and and. wore 'fancy y '
I ,, 'i repeated highway I speed stopping tests conducted -
'. ''.'. hats'while seated at' the serving i, f.: t by NASCAR.* No wonder.: Chevy's

:. table. .:. -. .. d brakes, built for up to two-thirds longer lining I.'
Invited 'gUests were Jamesene .. life, are the biggest in its field.
Winberly, Minnie Deen, Susan 4 :" 4'i National Auoeiatun for Stock:Car Adtaneeiiuttt and Reuardl.v .
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: Higginbotham,.Alice Green, Debbie ':'. "
Johnson. John Richard: Her. ( .>> Best Engine. Every motor magazine .has i
schel King, Jr., Freddie Fruits, .'' 'j;y: ; ; : r 9 given Chevy's passenger car and Corvette i.:

Bruce Arnold, David Johnson :" "../ "j-4''';' V8's unstinted praise. As SPORTS CARS .

I'. ::- Ricky Harris and David .' ',#,t J ; I ILLUSTRATED: puts it: "Indeed, this :. If,
Miller. '
t.t'; .: device is surely the most wonderfully responsive ".
'L y i f. i...' engine available.today at any price."

.,, FREE PAINT -:"
tetra ...: ,. .; Best Economy.. No doubt about this: a {; .t.
One with gallon- of your choice .;. p 'i':.. pair of Chevrolet 'sixes'came in first and .>
gallon you buy S'
.. ,;: : )a second in their class in this year's Mobilgas .
Mary .Carter ;Pain J "i: I
Store '1 Economy Run-getting the best mileage of .
;' ....t any'full-size car. '
0. ;Beach at c._alaa Bam .J
Ala Weatffate SheppUuc Center

",...' .... \" j Best Room, Dimensions reported to the. .
BUNNELL ,-;> h': Automobile Manufacturers Association make *? II'E f
I .. .", it clear. Chevy's front seat hip room is up to ;
.' .." G. LODGE No.* 200 '. r' :,' ::' 5.9,inches wider than comparable cars. :

F..A, A. M. ., .. ,:.'t.' !
:-- M*.ts First, ood Thud Tuesday, ': i <..- Or .Best Rd,.'No doubt about this. MOTOR J .

R Deaa M. rnOD'. M. J t i. J--'-, '.- 1 ...._ ,TREND magazine.sums it up this way; ". ;. I!
j <,_ ;, /.. the smoothest, most quiet, softest riding car ; ..
{... JOHN : CLEGG. ;_sec;. icy tJ. .. : r j in its price class." !'Ii}. '.
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: : .-... ..-...- .. -.........,. IN THE COURT OP TilE COUNTY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH June. A. D 1959.

. a F. ALFORD FLORIDA. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA of the ClrcuU Cburj.,;of-Flagler

. I :: Surviving Wild Horse Registered !IN THOMAS RE RUTHERFORD ESTATE? OF GLASS.. IN EQUITY NO. 3743 County.,By Audrey Florida ItfMcKnlght
Deceased LOUIS OSSINSKY. SK.. S : "Deputy; .Clerk .
. I I- Real Estate Broker I as Trustee S (Circuit' The only surviving true 'wild I NOTICE OF PROBATE OSSINSKY & KROL.
I TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Plaintiff. Solicitors for Plaintiff

horse-the Mongolian .or Prze- i ,Bunnell. Florida: 'IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE vs., 411 Main Street S .

. . . CEDENT: "- COMPANY. Daytona Beach. Florida
. .
walski is'
going.the way of the i .... .. ... ... .... ..J You' are hereby notified that a an Illinois corporation. June 11-18-25 & July 2-Itc
:- written instrument purporting to
whooping crane : NOTICE: OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION -I,I be the last will and testament of | Defendant. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Zoologists belIeve. that the 50 OF BOARD OF COUNTY said decedent has been admittedto NOTICE TO APPEAR FLAGIKH COUNT. FLORIDA. IN
. or so animals in zoos around'the OF A ROAD AND RENOUNCING I hereby probate commanded. within six calendar are- THE NAME .OF THE. STATE FRANCIS SASSANO. '

world now outnumber those AND DISCLAIMING ANY RIGHT months from the date of the OF FLORIDA. Plaintiff .
II I first publication of this notice to S
- roaming the old central-Asian IN AND TO THE LAND LYING Illinois corporation. vs.
:- I appear in this court and show MARY M. SASSANO. .
. WITHIN THE CONFINES You are hereby notified that a
homeland. It 'Is cause. It. any you can. why the Defendant
even II
suspectedthat suit baa been brought against you
THEREOF.TO action of this court in admittingsaid NOTICE TO DEFEND .

small herds; in, the" wilder WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I will to probate should not County.in the Circuit. Florida,Court, in of equity.Flagler' by I THE. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: .

, Notice Is hereby given that on stand unrevoked.Seal Mary M. Sassano
have interbred S LOUIS SR.. Trustee
' ness with OSSINSKY. as
June 5th. 1959. in accordance with ( ) 153-18 88th Street
;". domestic horses, and no longer Section 336.09 and 336.10. Florida I DUANE A. DEEN Plaintiff to and file you by ace hereby Attorney reQuired Jamaica. New York
Statutes 1957. the Board of County COUNTY JUDGE. FLAGLER 'You are hereby that Ii'I
y with the Clerk of said Court
, exist in pure form. COUNTY. FLORIDA your
Commissioners of Flagler County. written defenses if to the Bill I suit has been filed agqlnst you In
r To save the' species from extinction Florida. adopted a Resolution closing May First 28 Publication& June 4-11-t8-4tc May 28. 1959.' in ,Equity in said any.suit on or be- the above entitled cause: and you
vacating and abandoning that : fore the 13th day of July A. D. 'I are hereby required to file your
: :i-, the director:of the Zoo portion a certain' public road described IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN 1959 and also to serve a copy of answer with the Clerk of this
as follows: Court and to serve a copy thereof
logical Gardens at AND FOR PLAGLER COUNTY, your written defenses upon Messrs.
Prague, Commencing at the Orange OSSINSKY & KROL. Solicitors for upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
Czechoslovakia has cY: Hammock Road in Section 10. FLORIDAIN office at. 411 whose name and address
recently Plaintiff. at their
. Township 13 South. Range 30 RE: is: 's ,>:.. ,
Continued : East and running East the THOMAS RUTHERFORD GLASS. Main Street. Daytona Beach Flor
oa page 4) I on ida of 'v. Cecil Grant
half Section line of Section 10 to Estate of Deceased. on or before the 13th day rrt4.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS July. A. D. 1959.as required by the 407% Main St.
the East Boundary Section
All cerditors of the estate of Florida Equity Rules. and herein Daytona Beach. Florida ,' -
10 and West
Boundary of Section
:. J I 11. .Township 13 South. THOMAS RUTHERFORD GLASS fail not or Decree Pro Confessoand not later than July. 14th. S A. D,
Final Decree will be entered 1959.If.
deceased. are herby notified and
Range 30' East. thence South
WORLD OUTDOOS for approximately % mile required to file any claims or demands against you by default. you fail to do so decree pro-
That the of the Court In confesso will be entered against
which they may have against name
I along the East Boundary line of
which for the relief demanded in the bill
Section 10 and West said estate In the office ofthe said suit has been instituted
line of Section 11. Boundary County Judge of Flagler Coun- Is the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial of complaint. The nature of said.
Township 13 'J '
''' -
suit "
r. South. Range 30 East thence ty. Florida. in the courthouse at Circuit. 'in and for Flagler being for Divorce.
I South along East Boundary line Bunnell. Florida. within eight cal- County. Florida and that the title WITNESS my hand an4 seal, of.

of Section 15 and West endar months from the date of of said cause is as hereinabove set said Court this 9th day. of June.
: Boundary the first publication of this notice.Each forth. A. D., 1959. S
line of Section 14. thence South
along the East Boundary claim or demand must be You are further notified that the (Official Seal) ,
of Section 22 and West Bound-lineS In writing and must state the place nature of said suit is to foreclose RALPH E. HAnBEnTClerk

l' T HAVE a neighbor who usually ary of Section 23 to the Southeast of residence and post-office ad- a certain Mortgage on the following of said =Circuit: Court ."

; *, returns home with a good catch corner of Section 22 and dress of the claimant and must be described property to-wit: June 11-18-25 & July 24tq; '''!; n
Southwest corner of Section ': sworn to by the claimant. his a-, Being a part of Section Forty
:, every time he goes fishing. He is the right-of-way being approximately 3.: gent. or his attorney. or It will (40). Township. Ten (10) South. IN. TilE CIRCUIT COIItTJ'IN' AND

r one of those fellows' who do not 66 feet in width. become void according to law. Range Thirty-one (31) East and FOR PLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR
and renouncing and disdaining any DATED this 19 day ofMay. A. D. more particularly described as IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. -":<

'\ believe fn.artifkiallures. and yet. right of the County and the pub- 1959. follows: CITIZENS. BANK. 01', BUNNELL.
aUthatheevertakeswjtjijftnintheway lic In and to the land lying within H. T. COOK. Beginning at a concrete monument .5- Pl .lntlff'.

r; of the confines of.said portion of said Executor of Last Will & marking a point where' -va- "'
. gear is a cane pole a Road aforesaid. S Testament of Thomas Ruther the Easterly boundary of the I BART CAVANNA and wife- 'ANNCAVANNA. p '

few sinkers and some fish'hooks. Dated this, 5th day of June, A. D... First ford Publication Glass May 28. 1959. Five hundred (500) foot right- .
; of-way of the Florida Intra- Defendants.
No bait?Well.this angler doesn't May 28 & June 4-11-18--ttc
1959.BOARD .. coastal Waterway Intersects the I NOTICE BY. PUBLICATION !
buy worms or ,minnows, for his OF COUNTY COM SIN -- South line of Township Ten (10) I IN .
,' trip, nor does he out and catch South, Range Thiity-one (31) MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
as point
his own while preparing for his RAIkH E. HARBERT. CHANCERY NO. 31*1%.' _-_ and running a thence.' North. SUIT STATE TO OF FORECLOSE FLORIDA MORTGAGE

. trip. He iswhat: I would call a ,June 11-Itc- Clerk HERBERT RENNEBAUM., Plaintiff ;"" Twenty-six degrees Sixteen minutes I TO: BART CAVANNA and wife
Seventeen seconds West along ANN OAVANVA.
leisurely sherman .-. catches S vs. the Easterly right-of-way 72 "Walnut -Street
his, 1>!1 :as, he(needs it, along FLAGLER COUNTY.' FLORIDA, IN S I boundary of the Florida Intra- East Hartford. Connecticut
coastal of
Waterway distance
a You Bart Cavanna and wife Ann
, banks of the' creek
, or ,in the HENRY One thousand Four hundred Cavanna. are hereby notified thata
f nearby. fields. .. PRAUUPlaintiff. Mary Rennebaum Thirty-one and Fifty-seven hundredths Bill of Complaint to foreclose a
(1431.57) feet; thence. certain the
mortgage on
fi Central Boulevard following
r- This fellow usually fishes alone North 'Seventeen
degrees described
t Merrick. L. I. New York : "
.- MARY T. P .UL. .
butl have had minutes and Eleven seconds
several opportunities You are' hereby notified that a a part of section 40.
Defendant. West, along the said Easterly Township 10 South Range 31
to watch him in action. suit has been filed against you
r ) NOTICE TO DEFEND in the above entitled cause and right-of-way boundary. a distance East described as Lot 26 of
-.. On the first trip I made with THE, STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: you are hereby required to; file ,of One hundred Ninetysixand Magnolia Manor Subdivision and

him I took rod Mary T. Praul I your answer with. the Clerk of this Forty nine hundredth more particularly 'described aa
my fly and a selection
V, Address Unknown I Court. and to nerve a thereof (196.49) feet to the point of beginning follows: Beginning at the South-
: of 'lur s. When we reached You are hereby notified that a I the plaintiff copy plaintiffs of this description: easterly corner of the said Section .

the creek, I began to rig up. ,Before suit has been filed against you I attorney upon whose, name or and. address thence. North Seventeen degrees 40. Township 10 South.
in the above entitled cause; and Is: Ten minutes Eleven seconds Range 31 East as a point of
. I' ;made the first, cast, my you are hereby required to file W. Cecil Grant West, along the said Easterly I reference and running thence

friend stood on the bank holding your answer with the Clerk of 407% Main St. boundary of the Florida Intra- North 1057'45" West along the
- this Court and to serve a copy Daytona B ach. Florida coastal Waterway a distance of Easterly boundary' of the said
. \ up a' fair-sized smallmouth for thereon upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs not ..later. than July 10th A. D. One hundred Five and Three Section 40. a distance of 1805.98.
my inspec OD"oj.'J'he'bait that had attorney whose name and 1959.If. hundredth (105.03) feet: thence feet, to the Southeasterly corner
. address is: you fall to- do so decree North Forty-nine degrees Eight of Magnolia Manor Subdivision;
attracted the.basi and done him S Samuel V. Holch pro minutes *
confesso will be entered againstyou Twenty-four seconds thence South 89 11' 'West along
: ... in still wiggled .on .his hook-ahellgrammite. Highway '17' for the relief demanded in the East. a distance of One thous- the Southerly boundary of Mag-
P. O. Box 471 bill and Three and Seventeen hun- nolia Manor Subdivision a distance -
: complaint. The nature of
:My friend bad
East Palatka. Floridanot saM oiiit ttein for Divorce. dreths (1003.17) feet to an intersection of 740.86 feet; thence

' simply tujned over a big rock later than July 6. A. D. 1959. I WITNESS my hand and seal of I II with the Westerly North ,19"57'45" West a distanceof

.1 in.- the shallow, swift' water and If you fail to do so. decree pro said Court this 8th day June A. D., right-of-way boundary of State 186.97 'feet to the Southeast-
t confeaso will be entered against l59.! Road No. 140; thence. Southerly erly corner of the said Lot 26

: picked up the'"godevn. from you for the relief demanded in the I (Official Seal) along a -Six, degree Fifty-five and said point being the ;point,
'. the underside. bill of complaint. The nature of RALPH E. HARBERT minute curve to the. left a distance of beginning of this description:

said suit being for Divorce. Clerk of said Circuit Court of Ninety-seven and thence South 53004'48", .'West tu
'' When hellgrammites became WITNESS my hand and seal of June 11-18-25 & July 2- tc Twenty-three hundreths (97.23) distance of 230.43 feet to toe,

'. hard to find he changed his bait, said Court ihia 2nd ',day of JuneA. '- -''''--- feet: ; thence South Forty-nine Easterly boundary of the 1O
i D. 1359.Official degrees. Eight minutes Twenty- foot '
right-of-way of State Road
turning over rocks along the bank I
( Seal) COUNTY. FLORIDA IN four seconds West a distance of No. AlA; thence North 5Z.5&'11'"
to uncover small earthworms. He RALPH E. HARBERT, CHANCERY NO. 3727 ,- One thousand Thirty-two and West along the said ,Easterly

I, wouldn't. look long, 'r returning to June 4-11-18-5--4tc Clerk of said Circuit'Court I ELSIE G. SMITH. Seventeen feet to the hundredths polht of beginningof (1032.17) 5524.5 right-of-way curve boundary to the. left on, a distance fc.
: the creek to fish again. after. find Plaintiff. this description. Parcel con- ot 65.88 reet. thence North
OF .. acres. 35-53'36.
West said
: ing four or five. FLAGLER GUS SMITH. along East-
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN The above description is in erly right-of-way
r : We didn't.settle much in'regard: CHANCERY 'NO.- S738 Defentant. accordance[ with a survey made distance of 59.79 feet boundary thence a.

:, to GEORGE FREDERICK 'VILKE. S. NOTICE TO DEFEND by D. D. Moody. Registered Surveyor North 71'04'03" East ;
the preferen of fish a distanceof -
for live
Plaintiff. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: a No. 261. during the monthof 251.67 .feet thence
: : South.
? ./ bait or ,artificial lures finishing'about vs. Gus Smith June. A. D. 1946. and bearing 1957'45"' East. a distance of 50
EILEEN TUTTLE 'WILKENS. 331 West 24th Street. are referred to the True Me- feet to
t:; even for the day. Even Defendant a Apartment 2G w ridian. AND the point of beginning..

,: though I wouldn't change, I think ,NOTICE TO DEFEND ___ New York_City. New_ York_<< Being a part of Section Forty Being apart. of Section ((
r THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I YOU are nereoy nouiiea mat a (40). Township Ten (10) South. Township f.
his kind 10
fishing is far less South Bangs 31
Eileen Tuttle Wilkena I,suit has been filed against you In Range Thirty-one (31) East and East. and "
6' *work"'than mine. S Address Unknown the above entitled cause; and you more particularly described as 2. and S' describee: as Lota 1.

.f .. You are hereby notified that a are hereby required to file your follows: according to an unrecorded -
-. : suit has been filed against you in answer with the Clerk of this Beginning at a concrete monument I I Subdivision plat of Magnolia Manor
THE OUTBOARDER the above entitled cause; and you Court and to serve a copy thereof marking a point where Zany and more partlcu
I described
are hereby required to file your 'inon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney the Easterly boundary of the ginning as follows: lie-

; Authorized 'Evinrude Dealer I.answer. with* the Clerk of this whose name and addressis Five hundred (500) foo* right- corner of at the Southeasterly
Court. and to serve a copy thereof : of-way of the Florida Intra- 10 40. ,Township.
: BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS :upon the plaintiff or, plaintiff's attorney f Alfred n. Hawkins coastal Waterway intersects the point South of Range 31'East as a.

; Dockage whose name',and address 121 South Ridgewood Avenue South line of Township Ten (10) thence reference and running-
Storage North
Free ,Ramp 19-51'u'"
Is South West
: S Daytona Beach. Florida Range Thirty-one (31) along the
WE FINANCE Ray Selden not later than June 26th A. D.. East. as a point of reference, said Easterly boundary ot:
Selden ,Building 1959. and running ifef flf.if0' 'a distance of
825 JBallough Rd-Daytona S thence North nll <
Daytona Beach. Florida Twenty-six South 7104'-
If If you fail to do so. decree Degrees Sixteen West
not 'later'than 'July 3. 'A. D.. 1959. confesso will be entered againstyou minutes Seventeen seconds West boundary, along the Southerly-
S. If YOU fail to do so. decree pro for the relief demanded In the along the Easterly right-of-way distance of Magnolia Road. a.
,REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS confesso! will be entered againstyou bill of comolaiht. The nature of boundary of the Florida Intra- Northeasterly 810 feet to the
for the relief ,demanded in the coastal Waterway corner of the said
a distance of
said suit being for Divorce. Lot 3
. With a Long Term and said
bill of complaint. The nature of WITNESS my hand and seal of One thousand Four hundred the point point being
said suit' being for Divorce. said Court this 20th day of MayA Thirty-one and Fifty seven description Beginning of this

, FEDERAL .LAND BANK r WITNESS my hand and seal of .' T>. 1959Official hundredths (1431.57) feet; ,South 71.01'03'Vest.thence continuing'
said Court this 2n4 day of JuneA. ( Seal) thence. North Seventeen degrees north along the
D. 1959. -. 'I. RALPH Er HARDER Ten minutes Eleven seconds distance line of Lots 2 and 3. a.

FARM LOAN (Official Seal) I Clerk. of Said Court West. along the said Easterly tersection of with 173.86 the feet to an In-

RALPH E. HARBERTClerk May 28 &. June 4-11-18--ttc right-of-way boundary. a dis- Northeasterly
B. W. BRYAN of said Circuit Court tance of Three hundred One and of the 100 foot
COURTOFFLAGLER right-of-way of State Road -
June 4-11-18.25-4tc IN THR CIRCUIT Fifty-two hundredths 301.52 thence South :Alt
'Production Credit Aua.'Wedaledcrr10:00 COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN feet. to the point of beginning 38-400. East along -

IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT OP CHANCERY NO. 3725. 'Of thus description: thence North right-of-way the said Northeasterly
S FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA IN JACQUELINE TX>W. Seventeen°rees Ten minutes boundary a distance -
CHANCERY NO. 37W Eleven of 65.43 feet: .thence South -
PALATKA. FLORIDA Plaintiff.JAMES seconds West. along the *
S ELIZABETH S BETTY LONO. % S VII.. said' Easterly boundary of the East along said Northeasterly -
Plaintiff. A DOW. Florida Intracoastal right-of-way boundary
a distance
--- vs. -, a distance of One hundred five of 40.21 feet 'to*,the
J- PATRICK HENRY LONG. and Southerly boundary of said Lot
two hundredths
a Defendant. NOTICE TO DEPEND f (105.02) 1; thence North 04'03East..
eetrr thence. _North
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO Forty-nine a distance
OH?* 9laglr ftributtr NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE James A. Dow : degrees Eight minutes Twenty- Southeasterlyt.ornpr of 141.67 feet to" the..
I STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:. four seconds East. nt t..,\.' ..
a diatAiw of "'
c/o Miss Joan Riker
tnence -
North 19 :
Patrick Henry Long r Nine hundred Eh'htY-11ve-na d S7'45West, a
420 Hamilton Boulevard distance
IVNNRLL 4184 Ridge Parkway. of 100 feet to the point
S FLORIDA Fifty-one hundredths (985.51)
South Plalnfield. New ot
Pennsylvania Jersey I I beginning of this description.
Erie You are hereby notified that a feet to the intersection with All bearings
notified refer to
that the
You hereby Tru
are suit has been filed against you In the Westerly'right-of-way boun j Meridian ",
suit has been filed against you Inthe the above dary of State Road No' 140 has -
' cause and ; been filed
; ; you
: MRsMaFUiL1EREdItor against
above' entitled cause; and you I are hereby required to file your thence Southerly along a. Six you are required you and .
are hereby required to file .youranaweJ' degree FiftY-five minute to serve a coP)"
with the Clerk curve
, of this
,- with .the Clerk of this to the left. a distance of Ninety- myou.rAn8wef or Pleadings to the-
Court and
; De tcMte4 'OMetaltor .' and to serve -a thereof to serve a copy thereof Complaint on the plaintiff
> 5PitbHesds Court copy the nine and Forty-two hundredths
upon plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney H.
.- upon the plaintiff plaintiffs attorney I Attorney. T. Cook. Citizens Bank
I PmfcUc Jfottcm .fCewttr WlagIi .. whose name and address : thence. South Forty- Building. Bunnell.
whose name address Is 7 nine degrees Eight minutes the and file
, : original Answer ,
; MwlelBIlttemm ...e1. Is: Twenty-four seconds West or Pleading Ire
,' 'Selden.Selden ; a the offlce of the
Clerk .
Ray T
W. Cecil Grant s distance of One thousand Three of the CIrcuit -
; '
.,: the 'state ef, PtasUa 407% Main St. Building and Seventeen hundredths Court on or before the 13th

Daytona Beach. Florida S Daytona Beach. Florida (1003.17) feet to the point of beginning do day of July 1959. If you fall to ..

" .. not later than June 27th A. D... not -later, than June, S nth A. D.. of this description. Parcel taken so. Judgment by default will be .

: ICateft4l',as ...... :.1- _u. 19S9. 1959.If. contains 2.1 acres. demanded against In you for the relief
f. If you,fail .to''do so.- decree pro you fall to do so.. decree pro The above description Is In ac; the Bill of Comnlalnt.'
;. V.bi7" ... .. ....sase confesso ,will .. be;,entered against confesso will be entered against cordance with a survey made by This notice, shall be published

: at ___' you for the. relief. demanded In the you forthe relief demanded In the D. D. Moody Registered Surveyor once Uve each week for four eon ecu--
5 yi-S .. .:.et .tOn weeks In The
bill '
.complaint nature of bill of complaint. The nature. of No. 261. during the monthof Tribune
: IIu said suit-being' for Divorce. I said suit beingfor Divorce. S PONE AND ORDERED at Bun-
: si s. tare June.. A. D., 1946. and bearingsare --S
S'.S Florida this
li.IkI *WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my :hand and seal of referred to the True Me- 1959. 9th day'ot. June.

,,. .. aid'Court:-this ,20th:day'May A. Dun said Court this 14th day 'of Mar ridian. .
,, -- S RALPH E. -
; .:. : A.' D.. 1959.Official ., and for relief"more set forth HARBERT S r
year .... Clerk
' Oft l 1'&al) .. of the Circuit Court
::1 ( ( Seal) In the Bill of Equity.f "-
. Idz DlGltt.... fLM, RALPH E.HABEERTS ; RALPH E. E.HARBERT. WITNESS my hand- and official' (Circuit FlaKIer County. Florida
, S. .- Clerk of said Circuit Court.x.i"JI"a.JUDe'tU1I4tc Clerk of said Circuit Court seal of office in Bunnell. Flagler Seal) ,
# ; 4 H. 'r.- Cook.
_____ Attorney for
_____ : Plaintiff
.., May 21-23 June, 4-11:-4tc County. Florida., this 8th day 'of June ,11-18-25 A July 2-Itc

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r, Seeks to PreserveSurviving -I I published-in 1876:Colonel- Prze-J!-sand' were ,set' up' like .:miles..: pan.. Some black dates grown T- --ir

walski reported ,large. herds, of At the head' of each galloped a By crossing selected domestic California's,I Coachella Valley.arc-

',-. Wild Horse the horses running wild on the sultan-stallion, leader in battle mares of Scandinavian stock 'red when green.Draglining.

a plains of Tsaidam and beyondin I and lord -of .any. mare I of his with, wild Mongolian stallions,

: (Continued from page 3) western Mongolia. They were choice. they have developed typical wild

l'I culated questionnaires to all quite shy,, he said, and when I "Lieutenants" commanded the forest horses of primeval times.

.. known owners of Przewalskies, frightened' would continue a i lower ranks, while restive'young Small and mouse gray, the animals .

s asking' for detailed records on I[(night for days. I stallions served as sentrIes. They have the brush'mane, flow

k.: their history and characteristics. Mongol tribesmen told the explorer -'trotted along on the outskirts of ing tail, and characteristic streakof BulldozingLand

: The data will provide pedigrees that although they hunted the herds, ready to neigh a their ancient ancestors.

:: that will be helpful in breeding. wild camels of northwest Tsai piercing warning at the first signof

k,' Named for Czarist Officer dam for, their delicate flesh, the danger. RCA VICTOR Clearing

", horses too swift and alert
The Przewalski Wild Horse were
In a fascinating experiment in LIVING COLOR TV
named for Russian explorer for the chase. GradingP.
was ,a -
. back breeding, the German Zoo. "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
'r who came on the animals Mama Like A Brush logist brothers, Lutz and'HeinzHeck IN THE WINDOW*

r while traveling in.Mongolia and The Przewalski Wild Horse is ,have 'succeeded in Southern Radio & Television A. EDMONSON
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t'I says the National Geographic animal. It is generally'yellw .

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Colonel Nicholas M. Przewalski color, with a_ distinctive dark

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, interest in natural history Its tail is long and flowing, and

had led him to apply for postsin its short mane is as-stiff as a I I

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t In 1870 he obtained permis- A closely related wild horse, FURNITUREREED'S
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'' Caah In Banke January 1. 1958 i 41.34.21- J General Repairing-Road Service GIFTS GREETING CARDS
During Year:
r.. Tax Redempdone. $ 31.31 Tires, Tube, A:;, AeeeMrle Concrete, Inc. AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420PAINT .
Release of Spoil Area Duval Co .' 650.00 1 Visit Our Grocery Dep
,Sale of Land Broward County 11,250.00 For Frozen Foods and Staples
I, Broward Utllitlee. Ine. =-._ 350.00 Cubed fee DRUG STORES STOREJERRY'S
. Lease to City of Boca Raton 1.00 HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH
Credit on Furniture Fixtures 38.10,
L Sale of U. S. Certiflcatee 50140.63 Anderson Drug Store PAINT MART
Interest on U. S. Certificates 6690.38 Sullivan's Gulf Service HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
Refund on Equipment Service
,. Contract f h 28.15Income GULF PrescriptionsSick One Coat Plastic Finish
Tax Withheld 1,838.81 Room Supplies
< State Retirement Withheld 585.97 GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES '" Masonry Dampness
L Social Security Withheld lU.l1 1.158.58 Sundries I Point Sundries
Beach Information
Total Cash'January' I, 1958 and Received During Year $113,100.85 "Specializing: In Service and BUNNELL 29 W. Granada-ormond Beach
.. Clean Real Rooms"
Office Furniture Fixtures _' ,255.36 2.55.36 In The Heart of Flagler Beach '
Administrative Expeneea: Moody's PharmacyFlagler !
I Commls.lonera' Per Diem 6.510.00. County's Corner Drug'Store

( Employee.Commlealonera'' Balance Mileage 3,538.20 2,259.58I >'.' .- .I Shield's Service Station PRESCRIPTIONS RADIO & TV

Office Rent 1,050.00 "t ; DRUGS:.:SUNDRIESFOUNTAIN Complete' Service on All :Makes
" Chester McKenzie Mechanic
Safe Deposit Box Rent 12.50' 4*
f Stationery Printing at Supplies 61.49 ;.: : COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS ''SERVICE TeleviSion-Radio .

f' Telephone Postage at "Express Telegraph 495.97 50.33 ,. '" Right. Now We'll Overhaul and Bunnell. Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 Auto Radios HiFi Electronics

'L Mlacellaneoua 3.15 14,011.9 ,. Repair Your Power 'MowerNo '
r ."f4 Job Too,Big Or Too Small ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Moody Bird. BunnellDON'S
Legal Expenau: "
111 No. St.. Bunnell
Attorney' Salary 9.000.00 : i Bay
Legal Advertisements 343.51 ''':.' I'r RADIO & TV
Stationery Printing" Supplies 155.30 EDGAR'S GARAGE Sick Room Supplies-Sundries,
Postage r. 51.00 .., Zenith Sales and Service
Telephone at Telegraph 129.00' i 24Hour Prescription Service:
24-Hour Towing Service
Travel .Expense.' 337.70 I "We Sell the Best
Free in Beach
Delivery Flagler
McCune HI&aaen.Kelly Crum 115.00 10.191.51 COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS and Service the Rest;
Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of
Surveys a: Procurement Expenses: y Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTYU.S.
Genera Wheel Balancing-Front End ,
Manager's Salary 6 7500.00
, Engineer's Salary I,150.00 < ". Alignment Hwy. Ormond, OR 7-1473
Manager' Secretary's Salary .650.00' ," 24O Gramada Orm B4OR 7-0883 I I Thompson Pharmacy

.., Extra Salaries 26.75'. :)no''f I Your .Health Is Wealth
Mapa. Prints a: Supplies 181.09' AUTOMATIC HEAL ESTATE
Telephone Telegraph 456.83Travel .' .:
II j I
Expenses 2,033.46Postage '
.' Expreee 135." ".')WI J HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Margaret Givens
Office a: Equipment Rent 1.4Ot.00"-.
.' Annual Equipment Service _,_._._. 63.15 r :t I SERVICE In ,Our. Hands Reg. Real Estate Broker
" Office Expense 3t.St
141 W. Granada -Ormond 7-1421 Notary PublicSpecializing
Mape Surveya by Government 2260.00 ) Repairing-Rebuilding
rr Analysis of Commerce ".Trame ._.T 2.110.00 I In
Miscellaneous 10.31 21.353.41 FLORISTS I
-'" RlCht-of-Wa Expenaee: S .''<': ; I 1239 Rldgewood Holly Hill Phone HEmlock 9-2035
1.- Duval County' I "I 15.00- 41::'. i"-" OR 11111B Blacks Flower Shop Ken Mar 1oteJ-Flagler Beach
: '. Recording Fee. U.50 r- -r' -
\ Certlftcate. & .Reporta on Tltlee 1.517.05 t. '_y e'- B AND PACKAGE STORE Phone- IDlewocU 7-3348 RESTAURANT
., Condemnation General Expense .1,500.00 '' :.....;:
P.O. Box
Appraisal, Expense 700.00 S.8U.55 LUCKY'S BAR 3 Bunnell, Fla.
i- Flowers For All OccasionsWe
x .., Klacellaneous Expense' .. -
f'6 Henry Holland Buckman ._.....__.__., 6316.60 .. ..'J:., FLAGLERBEACH, accept orders for Delivery SNACK BAR
.' BIpen.e of State Auditor 311.20 .. .
c Kites Anywhere in the U.So A.
i. National Rivera Harbors 100.00 Dancing Saturday I Draft Beer
u' Adjustment of Withholding Tax 40.00 yl ;t '{' ':
,Inland Waterways Guide .._........ al1.40r ',. .' ", :' : ,: Let Us Help Your "Spirits" FUEL, OILKING'S BEER AND WINE .
Florida Waterways Committee 50.00 .
Withholding Tax Paid 1.10'.40 BAR-PACKAGE STORE A1A.3 raL N of Flagler Pier'>
-,, State Retirement Paid' 618.45 TRUCK STOP .
.. SocI&1. : Security. Paid ,,.._._____..___: lU.'lJ t.nL11 PHONE HE 9-2156 :
TotalD.bur.emeata: 1'1.2U.t5
.. HOTEL BAR'' Delivery in the County on PUBLISHERS.. & .PBUn'EBS---
Cuh In Banks December 31. U58 <45876.90 Fuel Tractor Fuel
Place Oil Kerosene, The Flagler Tribune
ftla StAtement hu been prepared 'In accordance.wlth Drovlalons of "The Meeting Gasoline
Chapter 14123. Laws of Flortcla.- 1131. ,Details of aceoqnu' with ,supporting of Flagler County" Publishers Printers ,
vouchers ,are. on ftle ,In the office -of the Treasurer ,' S. N.
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l\ .;Thursday, .Junq.;11,<;1959 THE'".FLAGLER. TRIBUNE. ,11NNELL., FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

Margaret Ann Sheltonwas i41FEATUR.
hostess at a supper meet. -
Ing of the Pinette Club at her t

O.GALS home 'on Palmetto Street. The I S

Mrs. Joanne Crews, ,
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Stanish I meeting. .. I
Mr. and
Stupka-Powell Those enjoying her hospitality .

Marriage Vows, Celebrate Silver.Anniversary I were: '

Spoken Friday Mrs. Margie Kinney, Mrs. Ann[ GENERAL ELECTRIC I

I Hunter, Mrs. Betty Hawkins, Mrs. .
:Mrs. Peggy Stupka of Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stanish' of Joanne Crews, Mrs. Nita Hay- y

Beach and Mr .Albert B. Powell, Bunnell were .surprised with Mrs. Mrs.
wood Nancy Rodgers ::fJ?li
I Jr., of Bunnell were united in dinner party on ,May 31, honoring a1 Pat Cpwart: and 'Mrs. Lisa Til- I :.'.':::':'' '--- WtiV
marriage| in a quiet ceremony them on' their Silver Wedding ton. _

I.. 'at five o'clock Friday' afternoon .Anniversary:. The party I' __
\ at the First Baptist Church of was given by their children Mrs. "ROOM AIRI
Bunnell. David Burnsed, Celestine and Miss Mary Jo Daugherty and i
Rev. Thomas ',Pinner, pastor of Catherine Stanish. It was heldat i Arthur Carle were' in Lakeland I i@ili J CONDTi!

I ,;the ,church, officiated in the. the home of Mr., and ..Mrs..'I I two days last; week attendingthe M3I" '
double ring ceremony. David Burnsed. Youth Day activities at The ,

r Their only attendants were Mr. -* Annual Methodist Conference on.
Dinner:.was served buffet style Friday. :
and Mrs. .Victor Besco of Daytona
the.hostesses. assisted
and were
Beach who served as matron -
by Mrs. Reece Burnsed and Mrs. NOW EVERYONE CAN AFFORD
I t of honor and best man. Mrs. Mercer and Mrs. L.IM. MODEL R 60 P
Ray ,
Afterwards three
Eva Wiser. a THE COOL COtifCT OF C:
Mrs. Powell is a member of >
Whitaker in
The Little Theatre' and Palmetto tiered wedding cake topped witha during the. were weekend Tallahassee attendingthe I Cools, Filters, Dchumldiftes, ROOM AIR CONDITIONS: !
silver 25 and orange blossom .
Club. of Daytona' Beach. graduation exercises at the inflates
wreath was cut.. and served. .
I a'Lt. Colonel'lnt
Mr. Powell is where their sister and Hf W lOW PPI Es
Many beautiful gifts of, silver F.S.U., Attractive, Compact Design
the United States Airforce Reserve
daughter, Mrs. Daisy Mobdy wasa
'the honored *
and is manager of The were presented to. Simplified Control
About 30 member of the graduates.
t couple. ,guests were
Green Acres Ranch of Crescent
visited in
'They'also Pansy,
I presents.,
:City. .
j Alabama Sunday and were ac- 9000 BTU/hr.
Out of town guests included
Following a short honeymoonMr. companied home by Mrs. Whitaker's -
Capacity (in accordancewith
and Mrs. Powell will residein Mr. and Mrs..;:Mike Pikula and I 1
mother Mrs. Daisy Cook,
Bunnell.Mr. son, Miss Jennie Pikula, Fern-' ARI Standards 110.56))
who wirl spend some time here.
andina; Mr.' and Mrs. P.;J. Stan' [

and Mrs. Walter Knight, ish, St. Augustine; Mr. and Mrs.

"'" accompanied by Mrs. Tommy Clarence Kuhn Holly Hill; Mr. I ,Raphael, Sturman- returned to
Durrance and Rebecca, spent and Mrs. JQsephViser, Ocala; I his home Tuesday after a short
Sunday and Monday' in Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schultz' visit in Onacock, Virginia with HOME. CFl

with relatives. f. of Daytona Beach. I his son in law and daughter, I

'It . . . . 1,I Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall. LOW IeR1EE

Saturday Dinner Specials: H. B. Steen 'has returned to '

his home in Glasgow! Ky:, after \
a/'visit of two weeks here with
.,DIXIANA RESTAURANT j his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Morris., ,He was accompanied .Harris Appliance & Gas Company S
'* I ,,home, by Randy Morris -
Choice Prime 'BeeF Roast 1 :
... 1Spriiig'.leg- Rib .50 I who will visit. there for two I

) of Lamb :: '&'t.35 : I weeks with his, grand parents, 'Phone ID,7-3551 Bunnell, Florida
- Mr. and.Mrs. W. 'S. Morris, and

Barbecue. Spareribs - $1.35 ,. .: other relatives:! U
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F' Bertha Grimes of. Bunnell spent '

the past weekend in Mettes, S. C.

visiting with relatives. They. "

.. j" \ What day is it ? were accompanied there by Mrs. Food Market : .

Grimes brother' and sisiter in ,
i law, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Messer-. \

I vey of Elkton. : Your Red. & White Store

.... Mrs. McKnight also attended
I the graduation exercises: of the 119 N., BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496

Schools of ,Nursing in Charles

ton: South Carolina where her SPECIAL .
ltdaughter in- law; Mrs. Charles Gladiola

McKnight, was a member of the '
class. *. .. CANNED BISCUITS .3 emu 19c

I Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller
were' in Tallahassee, during the Swift Teadergrown '

i.f I past weekend for a meeting of FRYERS 29C
f 'S f the advisory committee meeting :.. '1. '
I of the State Democratic Executive Swift Premium'

,!\ I I Committee.Mrs. .CANNED HAMS 3 :nS269.\

( I L. E. Wadsworth and Swift 6 oz.BOLOGNA
I Virginia Wadsworth left
Monday morning for Boulder

,t City, Colorado. Miss Wadsworth ,MEATS 4pkgs$100- .

,. will attend a' ten weeks ,sum- ,
mer session at the University Bed' &\WhiteCOFFEE .
\, of Colorado' there and Mrs. .

'It's' "call-an-old-friend-just- Wadsworth will return home by ,lib con 49C

V ( plane after a short? visit there. Limit 1, can with $5.00 order .
forthe-fun-of-it" day -
Bremner JamboCHOCOLATE
\ Mr. and Mrs. John Jarosz have

:.:y.)- ..)t'l always fun to phone. Especially wheq.you're returned home after a visit of PIES ; #Box of 1239c '
I two weks in Detroit where they .
I .'s :' .Smiles apart from friends'and loved ones. And Long Waxtex V ,. .
the of
; .r i. -.;:jj Distance? costs so little you may talk, as long 'as' .' -- grandson and visited with other WAXED PAPER :

S '. ,' ". a'you like. So why wait? _Phone:someone now .;. '. : .., -' relatives. 100 It.,Ro1122e
,t:2 just for the fun ,of.itl! 'T.. -' ;.; .7';.:...: .: -, Hawaiian .46 oz. .

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t Lanny 'AlfordReceives Mrs. Warner Survivors include a son, \I IL. Williams of. Menlo- Park,

: ; Charles E. Warner of Daytona I California and Mrs. Paul-How- I
: Degree -
t'\t't: Monday .Evening Dies SuddenlyMrs. Beach; two daughters Y, Mrs. J.I I I ard of El :Monte, California. .

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Orlando F. Alford Jr., receivedhis Jennie Belle Warner '

TONKINS LEAVING I Bachelor'of Industrial Engineering -' former Flagler County resident,I INSIRE-Stay lisvred & Rest AssrredGET i

TO,.TOUR EUROPE degree at the Universityof died in her sleep' Sunday nightat
I Charles'Tonkin Florida' in 'Gainesville com her home in Menlo Park ,"

\\i of Mr.Palmetto and Mrs.Street in Venice mencement exercises Monday California. THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

Park .Flagler Beach left Tuesday evening.: Mrs. Warner was the widowof

!" .for an extended .tour of I Mr.. Alford 'was one of, ,1208, the :late E. F.' Warner. She! H. T. COOK AGENCY

Europe. They were sailing from 1 1M. students who were candidatesfor was 84 years,of age. The Warn .
degrees in the exercises. ers came to The St., Johns 'Park
M.. New York June 10 on the Queen I
Citizens Bank Bunnell Florida
ElIzabeth. I Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford Sr., Section in 1909 and resided there Bldg. ,
The trip Includes a visit to of Bunnell attended the exer- about twenty-five years before .
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cises. going to California., .
k France Italy Switzerland; Germany -t

Belgium, Holland and i FOR

.',., ., I
England., Bertha Brothers
CPO and Mrs. Bobby French Prompt' Dependable Courteous
While in ''England ,they, Willi
' ,are to arrive this week from
be guests of Mrs. K. Hodge, Pat I Receive State
Washington, D. C. with their HI-THERM I
Cornwall in the Cornish Riviera, three children to spend his leavein ,

one' of the'well known beauty the Walter Knight I place on Farmers DegreeThe SEE -
the former of '
spots AlA. Mr. and Mrs.,Tommy Dur I
" .\ Mr. Tonkin. .rance; his sister and brother in thirty,first Annual Future Harris Appliance & Gas Company
. They plan to return on July 30, Farmers of America Conventionand
law, and also his mother and
sailing from South Hampton on I'I'iP step.father, Mr. and Mrs. Walter leadership 'training confer I Phone ID 7-3551 Bunnell

f the Queen Mary, and due to Knight, will come from Haw ence opened In Daytona Eeach Countywide Delivery Service
arrive in New York' on August! Tuesday J morning the Princess
't., 4. Mrs. Tonkin is a member of I Issena Hotel..

the Bunnell High School Faculty. Tommy and Sammy Bertha, ... ........ ........ ..... ........ .-.-....". ....
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meekins ... :.. .... -'........:.. ...:.... .!'. .. ...:'. ..
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and their three little daughtersare sons HOURS-DAY
" Mrs. Judy Clark and family t planning to leave this weekto Bertha of Bunnell .will receive FOR ALL OR NIGHF

here at the home the State Farmer
are visiting Degree con
I spend their vacation in North
Mr. and' Mrs. E. ferred the F.F.A. the
" of her parents Carolina with his relatives. by during AMBULANCE

'.'. JL. Hart. for the summer. ... Convention. They will be the PHONE VAlley 4'1625
sixth and seventh members SERVICE
Charles Nor hrip stopped by
Mr. and Mrs., S. J., Tilton of on Monday afternoon on his the 'Bunnell Chapter to receive I ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

Palatka are spending the sum- i way to ,Cocoa from Gainesville, this degree. Never be hesitant about calling 'a Garcia Ambulance. We
here. Those have received the
mer who
where he attended the University State Farmer Degree are: Alfred are always .at ,your service with promptness, safety and .
of Florida.
Tucker, Dutch Tucker, Charles experience
CLASSIFIED Trad Deen and Jimmy
Billy ,
'. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertha Kendall. Equipped With Oxygen Resusttator and Inhalator

and sons from Bimini opened
I Butch Edmonson and 'Wilbur !
ADS" I their beach home here, and are Garcia Funeral Home
Sheffield were elected as dele
spending the summer vacation.
to the'' Convention I P. E. Licensed Funeral Director
'' .. gates representing .GARCIA,
Llatbap ogee tkte kea la* *
:r.. ccate per w.rA. each laoertiea* Mr. and Mrs. William Aaron The Bunnell F.F.A I LADY ASSISTANT

(, -i SO ccmta tm mlnlnmm eharce and family left this week..on Chapter. I vwvwwwwwwwwwwwwhdit's:! ................:........::......:.
;! FOR. SALE-35 foot Continental
their vacation. They are to visit
trailer 2 bedrooms bath excellent ;
with .in Alabama.
r, condition. ,$15 00.00. Clyde \

Duensing, Box 544, Flagler Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nolan .4xKN ,

Florida. June 11-2tp and son' from Seville spent the
Y Y ,
FOR SALE-small home with 1 weekend in their home here. .

... three rental units on Central I Her ,neice Sandra Cowart was : io
their Sunday. -
Avenue near ocean. Small down guest \.

payment and monthly payments '
can be arranged. Bea Kingston,
632 'N. Beach Street, Daytona 'wish to thank. our friendsfor 4th

Beach. Temporary address. flowers notes, cards and .

June 11-Itc words of sympathy- the recent -

FOR SALE-2 bedroom home, loss of our little son and -

furnished.. Shell and Gift Shop brother Jeffery. */ Y yp

. well stocked apartment t house. Joe, Betty, Pam, Amy, and Jody
,). _
H M -i M
Furnished and rented. All aboveon

corner lot,facing. Ocean'High CARD OF THANKS 2r

way AlA and 'Main St. at Flag- Words cannot adequately ex- '

ler Beach, Fla. Price and terms press'our deep appreciation for R

very'reasonable. Owner wishesto the many kind and sympatheticacts

retire. One owner 1 years. that, came to us at the timeof i f

John R. Preer. 5.21.4tc our breavement. 'For the

beautiful service, floral offerings j ? -
b: 'and the many other kind- ,1 '
'... nesses, we are deeply grateful.The
new Interest and good Income on k
? Represent AVON Cosmetics Family of Dora Moody 4>
Vf' In your area. Women Joiner. .
,, over 35 given special consider- I
ation. For interview In your Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight I'. .
city. Write NOW Box 246. Lock- .,
hart Florida rSEPTIC' Mrs. Gladys Starkey .tfR

. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Locke I ofjA

'Mr. and Mrs.'.Wallace Joiner MAKE YOUR HOME ..

N1t-cleanin-g reason I Mr. and., Mrs. Sam :Thompson
. able rates. George Jarosz, ,Phone ? A. COOL PARADISE

" .., .".. ID 73410. 5 28.11 5 tc J o .
j, CARD OF THANKS units modern home
.1,.. Air conditioning or ;
Many thanks to Dr.- Canakarisand -
ventilating fans cost surprisingly little.
BEACH HOME r rent 2 bed. his Staff for the kindnes and
room furnished waterfront home service glvin"me.during my stayin You see,' electricity is still the biggest '

r.: in Venice Park. Available after- the, hospital also my friendsfor bargain in your budget! .

June 12. Contact D. Mathews their -.cards, flowers and ,(< S i 4
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;, Box 525, Flagler Beach,'or Phone visits. ;

HEmlock'May 28-3tc .. .
Sammy Rodgers.
FOR SALE-on water front lot ... . . . . . .,. .'. . ..... .... .
I, new bedroom house on, Lan.*, YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor .
: 'I tana Street in Venice Park, two Quality ,Furniture : : .

full baths, large living room, "We're Out of 'the f'. ', :
r MeMUWTS : >
Beat District" ..
flight :
j dinette, kitchen with GE built : % JJ .
r f in equipment and wall refrigerator CHRIS'S FURNITURE' cost just pennies a day tooperate. ..
New models: ate .:.... ..
!;.., -- ; ,,Florida room with fireplace, 16M Rldc wd AT*. H.Ilr Hill thinner,smaller be "'..('tT'- ', .
can ; .
: a
,.fr 2garage:.central heat.Terms. ,. installed flush to walk. I I ? it's ..... ., .

,;,," .,.. Robert L. Danner, builder. Phone .. .. ,...: ".
HE 9-2172 4-23-tf .
,. FOR: 1' .
See your dealer note
a,*.. ,. pnDmfahoatdoorbseexes .
Don't wait'tilyour
,t' ..FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. 'DIRT CONTRACTS. ., j 'u hot sticky indoor air is' haute .
( 111M. .
.: LOTS. HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, CALL lorcedout.Comlort-cooJiq a temperature

} ,F WATER. .... FRONT, FARMS.,, for pennies! .
,:_ EMIL MISSINNE .. C' J!". .. _
us fox jour zeal estate needs .. '
". Office Phone HE 9-2032 Phone?._ HE; 9-2094,* ., ..'i. .,. ..... .-_.:. .'t..C. .,. .. ..#.,!-.';: .
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| 'R s den: "&'r 'ories ID 7.3691 FLAGLER BEACU .. :.*- !*f- '..'l' '} : Nil Minl -a.- '

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