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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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;: VOLUME 48, NO. 61 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. DEC. 29, 1960 :$2.50 A YEAR

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Will Observe: -- Permits Here I
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5 Holiday :Monday ..rttSg ,
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II '. :For 6 MonthsConstruction I
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Citizens of Bunnell will *
For January 4 !I Bsujc &-.XI.vfcwgp : .
.' I be closed all Way Monday, January activity here for I

y.' ''' I 1 I 2, in observance of New ''I : Tr+ ,the past six months has taken

Wednesday, January 4,, will I.Year's holiday j CAN WE SHAPE a further tumble from the high

<< be the second taking for the New* Year's being a legal' I In 1958, is revealed in figures

Flagler County Division of the holiday and occurring on Sun 'at the office of. .City Clerk L. H. .
;" Volusla-Flagler Regional Blood day the bank will' observe the 7 : : 'SHE CIO RLD I Drady. f:

Program The takings will be holiday on January 2, Cashier I Since last July 1, there has

at the Flagler Clinic and Hospital H. V. Peqvy said today. ..... been issued permits for only
with the mobile unit of the I $59,380. At this time in 1958 for
t.\ With the beginning of the year 1961 we are well Into this "new"decade
Red Cross Bank being on hand. -a.decade which will undoubtedly bring mankind to achievements six months it 'was $289,750;" at

,; Publicity Chairman Pat Cow- I TopS ore s .
I that were unthought of by our ancestors. the same time for half year: in
art said the goal of this pro The probing fingers and the electric brains of satellites are' unravel 1959 it was down to $135,460.Of .
gram is to help provide blood J Are Canakaris ling' mysteries of%the "far beyond" and today man stands, literally, I the permits issued since
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and blood derivates for, ,medicaluse
with one foot poised for a jump into outer space. last July 1, $22,400 was forresidences

without charge, to all the And WestbrookRonnie There could be no'better time than the beginning of a New Year to 1 ; $5,300 for commercial -

people of Flagler County who i ponder the question of whether or not :we,might be much better off if I ; $12,500 for a church; $7,000

may need blood. (The only cost Canakaris who has 25 we considerably lowered our sights--and concentrated upon the sorely I for an apartment; $10,700 for additions
,, / to the patient is' the fee by 'the aching pains of the world at our doorstep before we take on any .
points- the toP' scorer for the and alterations.
In .connecttJon I additional, responsibilities.It .
hospital physician
or I I
Bulldogs, with J. Burnsed. and
with administering! e'prodl1ct i is somewhat Ironic.that we gaze.longingly upon a distant star and I- -
M. McMillan tied'at ;20 each. yet have no for the desperate needs of
;_.f ):- ; eyes our.earthly environment.
:- PolkwiaBeaj5ew s ,the requirements I ..Shelia W&tbipok is leadingthe VeJtv! to Upyjtedaimes-=The nations of the; oTld,are gcattered' ;Fire Department ,
gfilfl nx Sdijgwith: 32 I -isolatedislands and groups of islands, united and4Is funitefd'by treaties ,
for those persons Interested points, with Molly Ricks- right ,_' 1ianc 's, differing political philosophies f and economic I Asks
in /giving blood. Mrs. -
/ conditions. CooperationOf
behind her with 29. .
Cowart said "the list is ,
very Boys Team Girls Team We would certainly fare better in the. years ahead if some of the '
.' strict and we .need people who Canakaris 25 Westbrook 32'I energy being consumed in the search'for propellants materialswith The Public
ar e in .perfect physical condition Burnsed 20 Ricks 29 which to conquer space were devoted to a concerted effort to
'f and they are few and build a more cohesive family of nations on earth.It .
McMillan 20 Weaver 19
hard to find. She urges all who Robertson 18 King 11 is,not enough to shrug it off by saying "one cannot live in the Bunnell Fire Chief 'Charles
are interested to come in on same house with enemies." We can, this great nation of ours-and Creal said today the department
'January- 4% or contact members Kuleski' 9 Townsend Nelsen: 3: ] each of us as individuals-begin to build a better world. We can do is being handicapped in fight .

; of the committee for an appoint Craig 4. 2 it simplyby setting our sights on a much higher goal than the moon. I ing firesby the congestion
3. ment. Holland 4.! -. '"<.:.f We can work for peace for Christianity for humanity with such zeal caused by cars of spectators that
Moo'dyMorris 2: t that'we might set an example for: the rest of the world to emulate. follow the truck. The department ,
f' Following are.a. few of the I I
donor requirements? : Persons 18 1_ I he said, realizes that people

i'", through.59,years of age are.. ac Standings.' Won. Lost. .t}I Florida Fair Is Creal Home Wins. I would the not intentionallyblock
i1 streets around a fire
cepted. They must weigh at I 1
', least, 110 'pounds to give '500 Girl. Varsity ., 2 0 First Place In I and believe that if the publicwas

ccs of blood I Junior Boys ,2 0 informed,:.of the conditions,
; temperature, pulse, February 718The
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blood pressure, should be normal Boys Varsity 1 2 I Lighting ContestThe they would 'respond by keeping .

r _and the hemoglobin must be I away from fire scenes.
,s Total 5 2 56th annual Florida State
12.5 for women donors and 13.5 I Charles Creal home on The fire department uses thisi

t for men donors. The basketball' season will Fair in Tampa February 7-18, South Stone Street was'judged method of laying hose and connecting -

;< They may not give blood if 1 open the new year of 1961 Jan- featuring "Truth Or Consequences" as first place' winner in the hydrants. The truck is

they have been recipients' of I open the new year Tuesday Jan- in its grandstand"attractions, Lions Club Outdoor Christmas I driven directly; to the fire. At

blood or plasma transfusions uary 3, with the Hastings A&B will present a new and different Lighting Contest Friday night. that point tHe firemen start re-

within the past six months; if 'I boys team at 7P..M. in the Bun program every day. 1 Second place went to the moving the hose from the truck.

they have had an illness with .nell gym. Following is a calendar -of its home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Then the truck is driven to the

'r in the last month, of if they TEN YEARS AGO special events: McDaniel, North Pine Street, and nearest hydrant. As it is driven,

!. have undergone surgical operations :Ringing The Basket Shrine Day and Parade Tues third place winner was the homeof the hose load"; is laid behind the

; with in. the past six .For The Bunaell Girls day, February 7. :Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmonsonon truck. On several occasions, the
International Orchid Show- East Palm Avenue. streets have been blocked to the
months.
Sally Johson, Jeraldine Johnson -
Existence of.the following con- I Tuesday-Thursday, February 79. In the center of the lawn of extent that the truck can't get
: Elissa Cowart, jJpyce Dur
,disqualifies donors 1 Hibiscus ShowFebruary 1018. the home of ipr. and Mrs. Creal from the fire to the hydrant to
ditions usually rance, Pat Deen, Betty Muzyka, '
I r Tampa Federation of Garden Christmas and hook
but the final decision must was a Candle a up, Mr, Creal said.
Coach Morris; Margaret Irwin,
Clubs Flower Arrangements huge matchbook with "The The fire department, police de-
be 'made in each case by the
Marietta Johnson, Joyce Wray, "
February 1018. Creals" inscribed on It. Holdingthe department 'and the city come
physician in charge.- Norma Bailey, Charlotte Nipper,
Auto Races-Wednesdays and matchbook was an E1L. mission discussed the matter at
Tuberculosis, diabetes, pro Flora Parrish, Maetta Durrance,
Saturdays, February 8, 11, 15, second to the
Elf was climbing up meeting Monday night. Present
longed fevers, rheumatic fever, Janet Trad, Catherine Peavy and
.chroniceczema, dermatitis, or Kay Harris.. and 18. J light .the' Christmas candle. In city ordinances prohibit the

recurring boils, .kidney disease, Dribbling The BallWiUi .Futue..Farmers Day Wednesday ',the background was featureda following of a fire truck and
> in chest February 11. lighted Christmas tree and provide for enforcement by thee
persistent cough, pain the Bulldogs
shortness of breath, fainting Gasparilla Pirate Invasionand shrubbery, .carrying out th police department and the fire
Eugene Nipper Donny ,Alford,
i Parade Monday,
February
i spells, or active hay fever. Wilburn Kelly, Jimmie Teters, .... theme. department A study is being
13. The McDaniel home had ,a made: to determine if further or-
Bobby Kendall, Coach Durrance,
Governor's Tuesday February
Day huge lighted Christmas vvreataround
f 1961-62 Bunnell C. J. Muzyka, Gayle Mercer, Joe 14.International. the picture window an determine !
White, J. L ,Sheme d-
I Day and Njght flanked on either side by smal ing the present ordinances. It

'Football ScheduleFIGHTING Parade Thursday, February 16. ler lights. On the lawn "were, Is' believed that in the meantime

,ELKS LODGE 2193 TO 4-H Club Day-Saturday, Feb- Christmas Carolers under a floodlight the public should be in.

BULLDOGS HOLD'EGG NOG PARTY:ruary 18.Royal I formed and asked to cooperate

Sept. ,15 Crescent City Away x The.Ormond Beach Elks Lodge American Shows-every The Edmonson home had alighted 'In keeping away from fires.

Sept. 22 Dunnellon HomeHome 2193 will hold an Egg Nog partyat :day. Christmas Tree wiSanta th ,

Sept ,29 'St JoeBaldwin x' their meeting on Friday 'eve- standing beside It. In the: WORLD WAR H MINES

Oct 0 Home x ning, Secretary Sam MalPhurssaid Flagler Beach inculde E. J. Bu- background were Christmas: Fifteen years after the end of ;

.. Oct r13f D & BKeystone Away'xOct.120 today, 'tuex, Charles Sindelar, and Carolers. World War H, land mines still

Hts. 'Home Mr. Malphurs said all resi Andrew J.. Wilder. From Bun. are a hazard in the coastal area.

I. oct" 2'l. "Father' Lopez Away x dents of Flagler County who are nell are R. A. Powell Dr. John Florida's 10pup mills utilize:I of Libya. Oil companies spend

Nov '3 '" ,Pietson Home x twent-oae';years of age or older, M. Cnaakaris, Robert G. Mercer, 8,000'cOrds 'of!pulpwood daily. thousands of dollars a month to

Nov. '10 :IfaatlRg' Away x are invited to apply for mem- I Curtis,H. Rodgers, Owen C. Shelton 3- \.\ clear land mines left by desert

NeW:ia' Calfefean Aivaykt bemMp Ia 'he-'new le4ge.- Henry LeKoy-Ward and] Florida 'cat*flowers,.last yeai armies that crossed the area
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:t, messaa con'-reace... gosaes I, Members of the lodge from .Jt. J. Kelley, Jr. were valued at $13,000.000. during the war.

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','Cut it, 'Myra/'Bob's voice he shouted. 4Theyre gangsters.Got (die early .this'evening. Sfie won't 1 he nor the gorillas who were (

.' i iII I. a bit edgy. ''I ,didn't havea a Tommy gun ,and be masquerading as you anymore .after Sadie's stuff .had noticed j',

\ ., f4e44 a thing do with_ ,,Here let 0'-.Jh: 1 for a while (Why, even ."that her eyes are a' pale green; f
"Sure, we know, 'Captain. '
i me see It." r that.dark guy, Benny, one of her not a beautiful brown like
Riley TepUed.We'ye just radioed pigeons, who left the warnIngt yours." He smiled at Myra. She-
)81I1ck- InscriptionShe ahead. Did hurt you?
: .. they t at your table, ,was fooled 'smiled back at him.TvEkvIcE.
handed him the cardand :That deuce of spades WQ foundon by the resemblance."

; .t. IL..IIC.' ;l1; he studied it closely. VHey,I' your table with a warning --

'. ; look," he exclaimed. "There's message scribbled on it sent us As Myra's dark eyes flashed
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.7, something scribbled on the .face i out looking for you." angrily, O'Rlleadded, : "Neither .
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,:/: : By W.L. Roper of the card.."
cF' .: I Later at Central police head.,
h.; ,: I" It was nearing midnight New Slowly he read:.. "Chopper Joe, I quarters downtown- O'Riley"and ALL MAKES \1'

l ;., Year's Eve and the Macambo- in a jungle buzzard, is after your II the officers on the narcotic detail Agent For

1.' Hollywood was alive with gay, junk., Be careful. Benny" explained the rest of the BlackwelPsRestaurant
RCA & PHILCO
: stylishly dressed celebrants. Bob continued to study :the I mystery I .

. card thoughtfully.' "It sounds TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
Suddenly smile faded from like some underworld lingo," he I "Those gorillas in the sedan
18th St. & AlA AND INSTALLED
'. Myra Walton's face. She held I'said* "I've a notion to step into were after Sadie McCabe Gomez, Flagler Beach I

out a: card toward Bob. Bancroft; I .the office and show It to Detective the dope queen who's been run TUBES TESTED FREE

her publicity man, who was O'Riley." .. ning the stuff between, Tia SHRIMP ,

>': .." seated at.the tablewith. her. I Myra's 'eys flashed flre :.-"No, Juana and Hollywood," O'Riley CHICKEN TV Bob

..i. ..; .. "'Is:.this another of. your fool i I you don't. I've h enough. embarrassment explained. '"She tried to makeupto BARBECUE

" publicity. stunts?" she demand. : from publicity. Idon't look like ..you, Miss Walton, FISH
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ed. and that caused the confusion. FLAGLER BEACH
want anything to do with .
I Government agents captured Sa SANDWICHES I I PHONE HE 9.2204
the police .
,. Bob smiled. "Why,, .it looks lMistaken' ._--
." like the deuce of spade Where'd, Idea -

you. get it?" "**- I' Bob sighed.* "Yeah'*, I guess :

"A little dark man in a black ydu're right Since I was sitting j 11"AREA jT. BUSINESS DIRECTORY : ; I

suit laid it beside my plate here at the table with you whena ; '
when your back was turned. I mysterious little dark 'man

I thought for a minute .he was'walter. a handed you this.cryptic message: AUTO SERVICE CLEANERS FURNITURE i

But, if this is one of both the cops and the press boys
CLEANERS Ormond Bedding and 1\\
BUNNELL
I would jump at the conclusion McDANIEL'S '
that it was some kind of' a. Service Station EVERY CLEANING Furniture Co'I I
SERVICE / Substantial Discounts on AU
yourCLASSIFIED
name
screwy stunt to get, your BEDS-SOFAS FURNITURE
. .in the papers." r STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Ocen Dally S to 6.' $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.

:Myra smiled, but her hand Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Phone 11)' 7-3181 S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

trembled slightly as-she, lifted 115 N. Bay St iBunnell 69 Granada Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411
ADS Bunnell ID 7.7119 ---- Ih
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her glass. "Here's to a happy, CONCRETE PRODUcts GARDEN SHOP
prosperous New Year," she said. Biddle Gulf Service ---
LlatlDP under tfcla heading are ,
3 cent per word rack Insertion, Bob's roadster was -purring along GASOILLUBRICATIOGULF Your "Q" goryCopcrete Gray's Garden Center, I
75 cent la minimum charge Sunset toward downtown Headquarters for Gardenia Need "
TIRES & BATTERIESOpen Dial CIl $=8113' Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement I
,FOR SALE-Coleman 3-room Hollywood, when the big black Materials t
space.. heater. ,Phone HEmlock sedan swung alongside and I 7 XM10 P.1L-1 Days DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizer

crowded State&Lambert US 1-ID' 7-7180 TORO LAWN I
9.2262, Theo Hein. 12-29-ltp him to the curb. From I MOWERS
the rear window: of the sedan Concrete, Inc. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511 \
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FOR.SALE-horse trailer in good I protruded the noe of a sub. Colonial Service StationEARL ORMOKP J
condition. Phone ID 7-3659 '
29-lte, ,machlnegun. E. RICE..ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION DRUG STORES HARDWARE ,
Dec
"Where's the junk, Sadie?" a

FOR SALE-Your best buy in deep voice growled. 'Talk upr MOTOR TUNE-UP Anderson Drug Store THAT FAMOUS PAINT

town. New'2 bedroom home. Tile We're in a hurry." GOODYEAR.TIRES & BATTERIES Prescriptions .. Exclusively at

.i bath, electric kitchen, screened My name's not Sadie and I U.S. HIWJLY '1 BUNNELL.Sullivan's Sick Room Supplies -f FLAGLER BEACH.HARDWARE

,porch, terrazzo. floor, extra big s don't know what, you're talking Sundries $. .
,=. garage with shower and toilet about," Myra safd... Gulf Service i ". : ,
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/' on water front lot. Third houseon GUIGASOILS : Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
Avalon ,Ave., in 'Venice Park. I I Rescue :-LUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
" AND On the road behind them Beach Information Moodys Pharmacy I Village Hardwar. Center ,

. 3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, sounded 'a siren. A police car "Specializing in Service and Flagler County's Corner Drug store HOUSE PAINTS I'

big electric kitchen, Florida with red lights ,flashing was ap- I The Clean Heart Real of Flagler Rooms"In Beach PRESCRIPTIONS Match and mix any color I
proaching.. Quickly letting go of Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
room, 2 single garages, and work DRUGS-SUNDRIES
shop or boat house on water her wrist, the man sprang backin I AUTO REPAIRS FOUNTAIN SERVICE GIFTS GREETING CARDS .
the black 'sedan. It roared I AlA Ormond. Beach CL 2-0420
front lot Third house on Lantana EDGAR'S GARAGE
BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661
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as the police car stopped
Ave., Venice Park. See away
24-Hour Service
Towing
JEWELER .
behind Bob's roadster.Bob I '
Emil Huber, builder, Lantana ORMOND PRESCRIPTION ,
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS
at the
excitedly
12.15-tf pointed O. F. BEACH
Aye., HE 92196. Automatic Transmission Service -
PHARMACYSick
fleeing sedan. "Get that car, I Wheel Balancing-Front End Jeweler
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house Alignment Room S.upplles-Sundrles Elgin Watches-Diamonds'
party furnished.. Two bedrooms, FREE ,PAINT I 240 Granada Ormond OR -osesTRANSMISSION 24-Hour Prescription Service Exceptional Gifts

CCB, large' lot; located on Pal Free Delivery in Flagler Beach Watch
metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price One extra gallon of!your choice. AUTOMATIC Rt. AlA 1 rat North of Repairs-EngravIng
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7.1661 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach
each salloi- bur
Call Ed Mathews with you
$8,500.00. l HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC OR 7-2384
Gainesville FR 69064. I Mary Carter Paint Store SERVICE Thompson PharmacyYour

Dec 1-Tf. i I Health Is Wealth PAINTING CONTRACTOR .
C terPrompt Repairing-Rebuilding
Alao Weatcate Khooptax *

FOR .SALE-Charming new 21: I" AUTOMATIC Florida'.TRANSMISSIONS first apeelalUts IB Put YourPRESCBIPTIONS R. Moody I

bedroom home in Flagler Beach. 1239 Kidgewood Holly Hill -
Tile roof, terrazzo' floors, stylish : .OR 7-1381 I In Our HandsOrraond .
Drug. A Prescription Shop PAINTINGPhone ,-
kitchen-dining .room. Sodded "
141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421
BAR AND PACKAGE STORE
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waterfront lot; direct access to. gR ID 7.3240 '

Inland Waterway, Take 2nd st. GILL DRUG COMPANY BUNNELL, FLORIDA

to end, turn rt'$12,800. Contact' S Tai BAMBOO'BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS
local broker or' P.0. Box 457, &, COCKTAIL RAD10TELEVISIONPAUL'S'RADIO

Flagler Beach'Fla.: Dec 1-tf LOUNGE,
& TV
Sick Room' Supplies Sundries
Open Under New Management Atesaa 'Sales & Installations
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large 19, W. Granada Are., Ormond Beach !
bedroom Come In and Get AcquaintedI OR 7-S3SO Authorized RCA '
garage apartmentCall _.._. Sales Victor
'HE. 9.2318, or see Zeke .. ,Service I Blvd Al A\ nogler'Beach FLORISTS We repair alf ether TV A'Radl*vet
Chaffee. li-17itf ..&..' 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA I Ii,
PLACE-YOUH ORDER WITH US
, RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone I FLAGLER BEACH Blacks Flower Shop Ormond Beach OR 7-2852 E

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bath house, Daytona Ave., The .Flagler Tribune HOTEL BAR 2 blocks west of Railroad on NURSERY i

Flagjer Beach., Completely ren Phone IBlewood 7.3282Buell. "The Meeting Placeof Moody, turn'' right on Forsythe 1
ovated. $65,00 per month. Keys Wagon Wheel Nursery
can be picked'up at Sullivan's Florida Flagler County"Jlm Flowers: for All Oecetttosa Shade Trees. Potted Plants \

Gulf Station Nov 10-tf -I and Yvonne Serving" Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348: Shrubs j

"- 1.000 plant free: one with every 1.
FOR RENT on-- the ocean 1 and I !fie 3Tlagler &rUam dollar you spend. Thousand of
BOTTLE' CASHARRIS FUEL OILKING'S varitiea at reduced prices. Beat fn
2 bedroom apartments completely town.
furnished, utilities included. .BUJI1IIII.L. FLORTOAMRS. BOTTLE GAS TRUCK STOP 548 S.! TJ.S. 1 Hwy Ormoad BeachTRAVEL

Sensible rate day, week month, BOTTLE' or BULK GAS & OILS AGENCYORMOND
PHILLIPS 66
M. B. FULLER Editor
or permanent 'Sun Sea Motel FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
formerly Flagler: :Manor)*- HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Delivery in the County on BEACH
Delc.ate4 Offlelal P' bHea i.m Fuel OU, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
TRAVEL
PHONE ID 7-3551 AGENCY, Inc. -
for PabHe Kettea .f Flaste' Help Flagler County Grew Gasoline Air., Bus & Steamship Ticfeets
915tf'JOHNSTOU'S C.aaty..MaatetpaHtle.. tfeerelm ,at, Rome U.S. 1 N. Baaseli IB 7-3676 Tours and Cruises World Wide
By Shopping .
Domestic Airline Ticket. Always
and the State ,.f 11'1....._ Available at no Extra Charge

FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. BOTLDDFG SUPPLIES: FLOOR, COVERING Next to CoQuina Barn Ormond
LOTS.-HOMES OCEAN FRONT, Banned .. .**... daaa matte OR 75252PUfcOSMZRS :

WATER FRONT ,FARMS February ..HI&at the.rat.fes- W1CKLINE Tilecraf Company"LET & PRINTERS '

ACREAGE at Bwa.cH. F1....*..'_4e met .f Building Supplies US FLOOR YOU j'

See n.'for fear Met estate need Mauls MM. Armstrong & Seattle The Flagler Tribune

,Ogee Flee HE 9-2242 CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Sold and Installed Publishers Printers t

Residence :Pkenes m 7-3691 One. year. ---- ---M-W I STEEL All Work Guaranteed Phone ID 7-3282 i

V: or D3 7-3517 aiz mofitb*-.-SLMi 1PI&gier Beach .HE 9-2854 0r &end Beach OR 7-=-- Bunnell, Florida"


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:New Years :' The Jewish calendar. reads'possessed the power to look head of the family, eyes <,closed' ,I I Soybean production>* :*in Florida _. f.'Y..'-" V!
;;. .'t::'<..; 5722, in relation to-1961VA.. D, back over the past and tell what opened the family Bible,and indicated I I'this{ year will be 1.075 bushels.. r --. ,. ;
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jrV The.Jews Adopted. theif calendar the future held. He was depicted a, passage with his finger II \ .,.' i!,
Past Present c In the 15th century. with key in hand, denotingthe ;, the text, solemnly read and.I -
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ability to, open all doors and interpreted, was supposed to indicate .I
Use of the notation A.D. was gateways. the luck-good or bad-,i 'FAMILYPHOTOS : : : I
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LUNA BABBITT the family. To All '
[r-: Telephone HEmlock 92098k They had as guests Mr- and _
Mrs. Otis Magee of Flagler a
:, .' CHRISTMAS / JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB I Beach; land :Mrs. Joy Siscoof t' : r -
LIGHTING,CONTESTThe :; SPONSORS NEW YEAR DANCE Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. FLAGLERFOOD
Flagler Garden Club announced Claude Deen of Rome, Ga.; Mr. .
Tickets be bought for the \ ,
r' the six winners of the may and Mrs. :June Deen of :Miami; .
New Year's dance at the Riverside
: Christmas lighting contest as Mrs. Margaret Deen and children 1
:.r William Butuex, Rufus ,Miller, Furniture Co. in Bunnell. Sisco from Florida State t ; :
'. 'The dance is being sponsoredby I I STORE
Harry Kuleski, EmU Huber; University in Tallahassee, Joy
the Junior Woman's Club
Ralph Blackwell and P.R. Vog l. and Claudia of Ormond Beach;
'and will be held in the Civic
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Four Honorable Mentions were :Judge and Mrs. Duane Deen and
:Center building in Bunnell from
:':.): Betty Meadows, T. :J. Miller i daughters of Bunnell. MOODY BLVD. & CENTRAL AVE.
9 until 1 Saturday evening, December
.... Skippy Novick and Howard I '
i". Lerch. I 31. Robert Greenwood Mr. and Mrs Jim Cummingsand FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA
: Mrs. Frank Brede, the committee .-I band will play. A door prize family from: Collins, Ohio,j,r '
will be given. Reservation PRICES GOOD--Thars.-Fri.-Sat.-Dec. 293031st.
chairman, was grateful for can arrived Monday to spend two I'I' ;
the still be made by calling Carol CLOSED MONDAY JANUARY- '
cooperation sloe received. weeks in their cottage here. 2nd -
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Jean Atkinson in Bunnell -'or-
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k t Moyer 'and -Ernest Butuex. Beach. urday In Lake City visiting with FOR NEW YEARS TRADITION

., his' son and daughter in law, Smoked .
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL ?Mrs Ellen Jennings from Orlando Mr. and Mrs. L I. Moody. He HOG JOWLS
'. CHURCH I, spent the Christmas holidays was accompanied on the trip by lb. 29C
f The worship service 'at 11 0.1 I here with her brother in Mr. and Mrs.. Leonard Moody Birds Eye 10 oz.

.' clock next Sunday morning in I law and sister, Mr., and Mrs. and daughter Eula Lee. BLACK EYE PEAS.pkg. 2SC
;: -the Community M e mo r ila Henry Shill. .

;,_ .. Church will be conducted by Mrs. Ruth Hahn arrived from Grade "A"D&DWHOLE
f Howard J. Wisehaupt Mr. Wiser Ivan Ingle arrived last week Wakeman, Ohio, Monday to visit
: .. haupt's subject will be !The Beginning from Barton, Vt to spend several with her son in law and daughter FRYERS lb. 29e I
,;: ." months here. Mr. and Mrs. :J, P. Stryker. ,
Rev. R. W. .JMckert, the pastor, Center Cut Western
.. is conducting a revival in an Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede left Nancy and Sally Dzioba, accompanied PORK
CHOPS
out of town church this week. Saturday to spend several daysin by their uncle, :Joseph lb. 690
Sunday school is at 10 o'clockI Orlando with his son in law Dzioba, from Cleveland
each Sunday morning, with I and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Wil Ohio, spent Wednesday here I Tender Baby

! clases for all ages. I liam Kelley. Nettle with their_ grandmother. Mrs.Brarfcfc. .:II I BEEF LIVER lb. 4ge

4 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burkholder, Chase & SanbornCOFFEE I
Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt Dave Synder, U.S. Navy from

and son, Willie, spent Sunday Harrisburg, Pa., visited in. the
. afternoon in Jacksonville with home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 39
Mr. and Mrs. Elza Burkholder.Mrs. Schatz. eu 1 1I .
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Mrs. Julia Moody left last '
Gerry Barker and chil -
.. : -'., dren, Katliy and Johnny, of Bun week to spend several days in I 2% Can Food King
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E. L. Hart. Newt Hall. Later they went to Kraft's :

., Birmingham, Ala., to spend the '
r, Mr. and Mrs- : Herbert- Patter. holidays MIRACLE WHIPt: '49.

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t. : >' son ,from Hamilton. Ohio, are .'
house guests of their son in'law Richard Heroux, student at the Monogram Long Grain.

i f 1 7' George and daughter Miles ,Moody.Mr. and- Mrs. University, is of spending Florida in Thursday:Gainesville I I I RICE 3 i 29*

r. ;' Mrs. George Galloway arrived night brother here in law at the and home sister of, Mr.his fc g 1 1I

and Mrs. Tom Galloway, on his
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to Lake Worth to visit their
a a. Ohio, to spend two weeks here way
mother, Mrs. Ethel Heroux BLACK VE. PEAS
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with her son and daughter in Pkg.

;; law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gallo Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Woods I
1 L. way, and also her daughter, have been spending some time Kraft

I I Miss Cathy Galloway.- Cathy in Palatka. DINNERS 2 S5C '
has been making her home herewith for
I E Mr. and Mrs. Joel ,Smith from
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gallo
i NW l TEAR'CHEER II way since August and js em- 'I Palatka were-in their place hereon 303 Can Sunlite
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.. i They week have in been thei&|entertaining place here. : SANDWICHESCOLD BEER BAKE-RITE 3 fc 49 -

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lit. Anderson. Kni ht Engagement Announced Engagement of I j f

Sandra BeenAnnounced -. 4 -GREETINGS; !. ,. '...'

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r.r Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN
of Bunnell announce the en- j WISH
WITH YOU, OUR FRIENDS, IN A FERVENT
gagement of their daughter,!J AND PRAYER NOT ONLY FOR THIS HOLIDAY
Sandra, to Mr. William M. Burton -
SEASON, BUT DURING THE COMING YEAR
t ;" Jr., of Miami, Florida. FOR PEACE, FOR UNDERSTANDING, LOVE AND
The date for the wedding has TOLERANCE AMONG MEN, AND FOR THE
not been setDuPont OTHER CHRIST-LIKE QUALITIES WITHOUT
(. i WHICH CHRISTMAS HAS NO REAL MEANING.WE .

.j q .a : Clemons I Ii ALSO WANT TO THANK YOU, OUR
i Mr. and Mrs. Ellis DuPont of FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, FOR YOUR PA-
I Bunnell announce the engagement TRONAGE THIS PAST YEAR. WE HOPE THAT
i of their daughter Melinda, WE WILL BE ABLE TO SERVE YOU IN GREATER
i to Mr Ernest Richard Clemons STYLE NEXT YEAR TO OUR MUTUAL BENEFIT.WE .

i of St. Augustine. WISH YOU THE BEST OF HEALTH, HAP-'
{s. 4s I The wedding date has been PINESS, AND 'GOOD FORTUNE FOR 1961.
[set for December 31, 1960, at I
I Kingdom Hall in St. Augustine ; IN SINCERE APPRECIATION .

1 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. All BRANNAM FOOD MARKET .'
!friends of the couple are invited. .. ..
t. Miss DuPont was a memberof MEAT DEPARTMENTGOOD
k the graduating class of J.959
at the Bunnell High School She I II It LUCK DISH ',
? I has been residing In St. Augustine Smoked With or without Bone .
for the past two years
I where she is employed.I HOG JOWLS : Ib 29c
I I Clemons graduated from .
I Grade "A" D&DFRYERS
the St. Augustine High Schoolin
1960 and is also employed I tb'29"C
in St. Augustine. They will resIde -
at 348 Charlotte St., in St.
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Mr
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___ M Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Barber and Large Grade "A" Fresh or Frozen
T"q1t.fir. their family enjoyed a family
get together and Christmas din BAKING HENS. > 39* ;
ner Sunday noon at the Barber

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Scott Anderson of Bun-' home, North Anderson St. Armour Campfire or Palm River SLICED CELLO
nell announce the engagement of their daughter, Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Barber of Miami; Mr. BACON 49Cn I
Kathleen, to Mr. Walter Eugene Knight III, son 1b
and Mrs. C. G: Yarn of St Augustine I
of Mr. Walter Eugene Knight of'Bunnell, and the
late Mrs. Elizabeth Price Knight.The ; Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle I '&.v.tiiY"Vtii\J6D\JIil6.V&\6D\'IjU.' JiiWl.V-.UYjiW: iW 44IJj.l&\ '. &iiW.WI.; :w uV-WJ':

wedding will be an event of early summer.Mr. Bird, Seville; Mrs. Ellie Shaw Save
and son, Dennis,. of Palatka; Mr.I Super Stamps
and Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Jr., 50
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and :Mrs. J.'E. (Pete) Bar Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Cameron. with your purchase of $5.00 or .
of I
Diana
I Buzzy and McKnight
ber of Miami visited here dur-|of Belvedere, S. C., are'the house more food order at
I. Flagler Beach Mrs. ,Bernice Bar- .
ing lhe.holidays with his parents guests,iof Mr.11 and. Mrs.:' Wf W ; FREE BRANNAM'S FOOD MARKET '
'\ ber and Miss Annabelle Barberof .
Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. Barber. Deen.
i Bunnell. Name___
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Howard Taylor spent' Christmas -I Mr and Mrs.. Walter Morris, lRS. LEE CELEBRATES80th
holidays.in Fort Pierce with j JoAnn and Randy Morris left BIRTHDAY ,FRIDAY' This Coupon Expires December 31, 1960

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard -J Monday morning for a holiday Mrs. Ellen Lee celebrated her /frgT
', Taylor. "- j visit in Glasgow Ky., with Mr. 80th birthday anniversary on 1 I Flaga 24 oz.BLACKEYED. .
!Morris'. parents, Mr and Mrs. Friday at her home. Her sisters,
Miss Annette Strickland,. who,'W. .S. :Morris. Mrs. Ibby Drummond and Miss PEAS 35e
: is a student at Charity Hospital I Sina Goodman of St. Augustine,
School of Nursing in New Orleans II j Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth of Hawthorne and a few friends called duringthe
is .visiting with her par-I I was the house guest of afternoon for a quiet cele Campbell No.1'TOMATO
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth bration. SOUP '
Strickland, during the Christmas I and family during the Christ. Her daughter, Mrs. Fred'Geller, fOe
holidays. ''mas' holidays .' served birthday cake and punchto
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Charity Hospital School of Nurs
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with -her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hershey II r .

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limit one with $5.00 order

Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Dorsey
and children Elizabeth and Jim,' Sun Spun ,
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of Gainesville, Ga., are guestsof MARGARINEIbs 290
W e wish you her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
L. b;. Whitaker this week.
and .. FROZEN FOODS .
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prosperous. Center Hill were the Christmas '
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holiday guests of daughter,I :
Mrs. Martell Hunter and her
1961 daughters, Marilyn 2nd Carol. Lee 12 oz.BUTTER ;

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1; :.:" Mary :It'ii give me ,a chance Eve Henry glowed with pride was sweet of your'deaf.:" ? -- I! MEETING'

. ':, show those three brothers of while his three brothers and Henry ,grinned. "That's what"annual Notice meeting is hereby of the given Stockholders that the

Iii: '': mine how3 well THEY 'might their families 'oohed" and aahed' big brothers are,lor ',isn't it?" of the Citizens: Bank of Bunnell -
;' ft j will be held at the office of the
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\tr have done. They never would their way through the richly he asked $,Bank In Bunnell Florida, on Wed-
listen business ': nesday. January 11. 1961., at 3:00
to in mat"ters. furnished house.
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1 o'clock P. M. for the f'>i.b s ion ofa
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: "You've done real well Henry* MFRED the ensuing; year and for the trans
1'' ., II A. FRUITS action of such other business< as
{ "Tom and James haven't fared I said Tom approvingly as he ,may properly come before the

'" : too.badly' said Mary. '"But poor I reached for his' second cocktail. mseting.
I JEWELER.DIAMONDSWATCXE. HOWELL V. PEAVY.CashIer..
4 BY F. 'LRowley Edward has had a.hard time' of. Henry shrugged. "And how are : Dec. 29 & ...Jan 5-2tc .

7_';.1 ', :, .- Henry W. Waterfordscanned .I ItT It rather makes rr.e: ,proudof j you boys doing?" :: t trf'JY'NrI' -IN-THE- CIRCUIT- COURT.-OF.-

you, dear. 'You're so tar a-: REPAIRING :w FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
;1 the ,sample invitation his wife N..NV'rlVI IN CHANCERY NO. 4172 .
r Reports :
: head. of the rest of the clan.:"' i ---- ,---.... -- WANDA MONTROY, S
! ,: had handed, him.! "So we're I Plaintiff
"James has, been made sales J r r ** r- *c. .
r having a New Year get.tOgether? Henry bowed. He felt that he of his said t vs. '
1 manager company, Frank & .Glad's CHARLES LEO MONTROY. -
' '- had earned his wife's praise.,: plump Mrs. James Waterford Defendant. ? .
NOTICE TO DEFEND
; '-' "Spare no expense on this party. proudly. SHOE REPAIR THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:.

: ;: honey," he said. "I want my'Y01lnger "And Tom got himself a promotion Block MOODY Railroad Niagara Charles Leo Avenue Montroy '

., : .: brothers and ,their families only last week/' said 1 West of Niagara Falls. New York-
; General Shoe Repair You are hereby notified that a
r to remember this New that brother's wife, not to be j suit has been filed against you in
;: HA-PP Year's Eve as long as they live.. outdone. the above entitled cause; and you
WWi are hereby required to file yourOan-
Do you think we, should send "And Edward?" asked Henry. I }swer with the Clerk of this Court

, NEW rEAl< Edward the train fare? He's got "How have you been getting O. F. ALFOSD and the plaintiff to serve or, a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon

four kids, you know." along?** Registered whose Ray name Selden and address la:

Correction "Oh-we're managing," said I i Real Estate Broker: 800 Selden Main Building Street

Edward quietly. "Our assets, are I Daytona Beach. Florida- .
"Five," Mary ,corrected him. here with us-five healthy children. Bunnell, Florida f not 1961.later than January 6th A D.

"But you're forgetting that Edward ." If you fail to do so. decree pro
confesso. will be entered againstyou
also has the Waterford Mrs. Tom Waterford coughed. for the relief demanded in the

He wouldn't the could that his brothers RCA VICTOR bill of complaint. The. nature of
pride. accept Henry see said suit being for divorce.

money if we sent it. Rememberthe were amused by Edward's LIVING' COLOR TV WITNESS my hand and seal of
.. said Court this 30th day of November -
; fuss he made about that lot statement. He noticed a glint of "LOOK. FOR THE PICTURE A. D. 1960.

you gave him?" scorn in their silent ,appraisalof Southern IN TUB. Radio WINDOW& Television (Official RALPH'Seal) E. HARBERTClerk

196'A" "Do I? And he insisted on Edward's 'best' suit 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 Dec. 8.15.22.29-4tc of said Circuit Court

+.. giving me the twenty-five sharesof Suddenly Henry felt guilty. "1 OHMOND- IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS

think our Edward has outsmarted FLAG LEU COUNTY. FLORIDA.
stock that dad had left him.
,
us all," he said. THE OUTBOARDER IN CHANCERY NO. 4181 -
When I wanted to set him up PHILIP E. GIBSON, .
S S "How's that?" asked James In
r in business he wouldn't hear of Authorized' Evlnrude Dealer Plaintiff,

it Sometimes I wonder if Ed surprise. BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS LELA W. GIBSON.vs.

ward's pride isn't holding him "Well-just look at him. He's Dockage Storage I'ree Ramp Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
back. What do you think?" surrounded by those who think R :WE FINANCE THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO;

The I just he's'a great guy. He's the picture 825 Ballough RdDaytonaCommunity I Lela W. Gibson
past
year I
: "I'm sure 1 don't know,, dear, Greensboro North Carolina
of health. I'll bet you don'thave You dre hereby notified that a
was a good one for us said Mary. "But please don't some doctor restricting suit has been filed against you In
your the above entitled cause: and you
embarrass of brothers.
: and we are taking this any your diet do you, Edward are hereby required to file your answer -
with the Clerk of this Court
of Edward smiled. "No. Do You?"
means extending our and to serve a copy thereof ,upon
; Wisest Memorial ChurchInterdenominatloual the plaintiff or plaintiffs' attorney
". : thanks to our many whose name and address-:
:Jlagfe,. each "We ,all ,do" said Henry, nod- H. T. Cook '
!
friends for making it so.. Bunnell. Floridanot
din;. toward James and Tom. AIR CONDITIONED, later than January 13th A. D.

Happy Holiday!, Neither denied, it "Yes sir Ed. 1961. '
!I Continued rom: Page '4 Daytona Ave. -If you fall to do so decree pro
ward you're pretty foxy. I think confesso will be entered against
c ct:5 FLAGLER BEACH you for the relief demanded in' the
FUNERAL RITES FOR your wisest move: was in givingme bill of complaint. The nature of
that stock to keep for Sunday School 10:00 A.M. said suit being for divorce. ,
RESIDENT .. you. and seal of,
SUMMER WITNESS-
TtiyVhandf
!
} ag1eiHkvare Edward' held .;out his hand. Church Service 11:00 A.M. said Court this\12th tfiay "'Of December -

f Walter Elliott 'Cochran died at "Thanks Jlenry! You: 'alwayswere B. W. DICKERT, Pastor (Official A.Seal D. 1960.( '

his home 829 Bay,Point' Drive a, 'bettc4busl ess man EVERYONE WELCOME RALPH HARBL31T -
Clerk of said Circuit Court
r:.,. Maderla Beach, Florida, Decem than I." 1i Dec. 1522-29 & Jan. 5-ttc ,

it. ',! -------t ber 18, 1960. "That's your-fault' said Henry NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S. COURTIN

' The funeral. was held Decem- "But I can still teach you- NAME LAW AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
- I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
J ber 21 in St. Petersburg with, interment if you'll come into business with Notice la hereby given that the CASE NO. 568
undersigned pursuant to Chapter IN RE: Estate ofMARGUERITE
GyOxoovsez ,in Memorial Park, St. me. 20953 Laws of Florida 1941. will GLEASON,
j Petersburg. Rev. W. Ellis Williamson Edward studied his little flock. register with the Clerk of the Cir- Deceased.
. vi cuit Court. In and for Flagler NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR
of the Seminole Methodist Then his eyes sought Helen's. County. Florida upon receipt of FINAL DISCHARGE OF

Church officiated and. military She nodded happily. proof of publication to-wlt of this notice NOTICE EXECUTRIX IS HEREBY GIVEN
the fictitious name
&' n rites at the graveside.were "Dinner's ready!" announced SURF BAR AND RESTAURANTunder 1" that I have filed my final returnsas .
i are engaged in I executrix of the estate 'of
which
we
. ; held by McDill Air Force base.personnel. Mary Waterford. When the oth- selling beverages and food at Flag- MARGUERITE GLEASON deceased -
r ler Beach Florida and that theundersigned ; that I have filed my petition I
ers had filed into the dining i
, the only persons for distribution and for final discharge
' I Mr. Cochran was born in room she caught Henry's sleeve."I ; Interested in are said b1Ll1n 88. and that on January 5.un. .
this I will apply to the Honorable
Florida
::. I t Cumberland, Md., May 10, 1890. heard that story about the i 27th Dated day, at.of Bunnell.December 1960. Duane A. Deen County Judge of
.. t Flagler County Florida, for approval -
,
He is survived by his wife,' Mrs. 'Lv WELLAVOOD.ELIZABETH WELLWOOD of said final returns and .
( for an Order of distribution and
Walter Cochran.
'" Dee., 33 & Jan. 5-U-U-Uc_ \ for final discharge as executrix of
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott were the will of MARGUERITE GLEASON -
COURT
I 1..Y( ".'JlE COUNTY JUDGK'S I deceased.
i iI summer residents of Flagler "nFLOItIUA.. IN PROBATE.
< SJosephine Quimby Gadapee
.
C.' !E JfO. fc33IK
: Beach, residing at their home on ., J" 'I J, HE; Estate of Dee First 1-16-22-9-410 publication: December 8.AIN 1960.

Ocean Shore Blvd., near 23rd; St. FRANCES STANIS Deceased.
.. # PETITIONFOR COUNTY JUDGE'S. COURT
--- KwSTAR7TNE .. JTOYICK FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE OF FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
i NEW YEAR FIRST BAPTI6TCHURCH EXECUTOR FILE NO. 580.
; DOtfT BE LIKE,AP1M NEWS I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ESTATE of
.. t RIGHT final returnsas GEORGE TOMPKINS.
that I have filed my
POINTED ONE WAY : Y the estate of I I Deceased.
S ; The cnoir or, the First Baptist FRANCES Executor 8TANI3H of deceased; NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
-, AMD HEADED ANOTHER/ Friday I have filed my petition for TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
T' : Church met. evening at distribution that and for final discharge, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS- AGAINST
- r the church to go caroling and and that on January 6. 1961. I will SAID ESTATE:

Make: this resolution right later had their Christmas tree apply Deen. to County the Honorable Judge of Duane Flagler A. required You and to each file any of you claims are,and hereby demands -

'fnow...have car regularly, for approval of which you or either of you
Florida
your; and party at the Babbitt home. County. may have against said estate in .
and for an order
aid final returns '
serviced by our trained me. I Judson StrykerA choir director,. )t distribution and for final discharge the office of Hon. Duane A. Deen.
County Judge, of Flagler County.
,
'chanlcs. Executor of the will of
as
"- : ,You'll have a smooth- led ,the singing.while. they were FRANCES'STANISH. deceased. at his office;9n' the Court House in

'-- ''-. .' ser. runningfcar; as well as a caroling.'They had :an exchangeof f PAUL #.rAlIEttSTANISH Executor. Bunnell endar montha'from Florida, within the time eight of cal-the

:.- '" :more economical 'car...yo 'll gifts and cOokies. were served First publication: December 8, 1960. first publication of this notice.

t:' [:add* to the life 'of,, your car with hot chocolate. Rev. and Dec 61522.24tc, Each writing claim and or'contain demand the must place be of In

: > ,too. Mrs, Willard Brock were included IN THE CIRCUIT COURT -OF residence and post office address of
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. the claimant and must be swornto
XiI, the group IN CHANCKRY NO. -1118 by the claimant his agent or
! ROBERT: a. FOWLER. \ attorney or the same shall be void
The Christmas, > tree and program < Plaintiff, i JOHN 1... TOMPKINS.
had large attendance at Administrator of said estate.
11i'd'/'i a IRENE ,FOWLER. First publication on Dec 15, 1960.
the: church on Wednesday evening Defendant. Dec 15-22-29 & Jan. 5-Itc _

... : There wererecitations:, by Ti9"fiy L THE'' STATE NOTICE OF TO;FLORIDA.DEFEND. TO: IN TUB COUNTY JUDGK COURT
of the Irene Fowler ,IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN
the, children Sunday *
I 6118 E. Frlerson Street TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
" school singing by all the church Tampa Florida IN RE ESTATE OF '
You notified that a DEXTER LOWELL KNIGHT
are hereby
choirs and a pageant entitled deceased.
in
: suit has been filed against you
.". "The Heart of Christmas Gifts the above entitled cause: and you NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORSAll the estate of
a are hereby required file your an-
ter
!were ready for the children at swer with the Clerk of this Court. Dexter Lowell Knight deceased
are hereby notified and required to
'. :the'' conclusion of the program. and to serve a copy thereof upon file any claims or demands which I
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney they have against said estateIn
may
whose name and address. If: the
office of the county Judgeof
Ray_Selden Flagler County. Florida. In the

:f': .IRSlRE-Sfay' Insured &. -tut- JUsirri < iaPJQwMJStore? 800 Selden Daytona Main Building Beach.Street Floridanot Courthouse within the date eight of the at calendar first Bunnell.publication months Florida from of

> k later than January" 13, A. D. this notice. Each claim or demand
r 1961. must be in writing and must state
If you. fail to do so. decree pro the place of residence and post
",' : GET.;THE, BEST PROTECTION FROM confesso will be entered againstyou office address of"the claimant and
for the 'relief demanded in the must be sworn to by the claimant.
I I bill of complaint. The nature of his afeent. or his attorney or It
<
> said suit being for divorce. will become void according to law.
; -M. T. EANCY cwnUVMV WITNESS my hand and seal of DATED this 29th day of November -
.' I TJunneU Dept. said Court this 7th day of December i960.MILDRED. '
A.1) 19SO, FLORENCE KNIGHT
: i ;(Official Seal) Administratrix ,
f of the estate of
; Imo. r
-_ BtftTR BM nNHfwflf '_ ...:. ._ ,. .. RALPH..E. HARBERT Dexter Lowell Knight deceased
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Thursday, Dec. 29, 1960 /- ; THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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'. Mr. and Mrs.' Leonard ,
Moody
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: Basketball ,And j and daughter Eula Lee, and ",, -..' .
George Moody, ST., were visitingin . .
Lake City Saturday with :Mr.

i The New TrendBy : (Continued from Page 5) )and Mrs I. I. Moody and family.- 'Call '" : '- ,:

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I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris
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(By Leslie Poche) t '
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,:had as their house. guests' for I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Anderson .
The game of basketball in i i the Christmas holidays Mrs and, children were visiting

the past five years has been I i Morris' parents, Mr. and Mrs.I with his mother and other relatives : '
i A. L. Salt, of St Petersburg. in Starke Christmas, day. >:
turned into a game where ,it is .i .
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not a rarity for a team to score .
over 100 points in a game. The f| Miss Virginia Wadsworth of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pierce and WhenYou ,

pro teams do it daily, and some t[Boulder, Colorado, visited there son, Hubert, are visiting in Ala-
of the college teams will do it 1 during[ the. holidays with her .bama with relatives this week. .
four or five,times in ,a season. t'I[parents, Mr and Mrs. L. E.
f Some of the best high school JI!!Wadsworth. Their son, Lew, who I House guests of Mrs. Daisy "

teams will try for it, and: there 1!is a student at the: University Buckles during the Christmas I '
are many games where the I!of Georgia In Athens, Ga., also weekend were Mr. and Mrs. :
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scores go .into the ,high, 90s. spent the holidays here with Brady Wadsworth Jl and .children NeedG
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1 them. of Jesup, Georgia. ,
This style of game has de. .' ,
'
veloped tall players, some of Davis '
iO Mr. and Mrs. B@n and -
( whom are over six: feet six in- I of: the tall player.have..their son of Ft. Lauderdale spent the .
ches, and they are the ones who coaches foul them., They know -
Christmas holidays here with :. : -=' ', -
score the most. The pros.. in order I I I that some. of these boys can't I her mother, Mrs..Ellen Lee, and > "
Ito break up the advantage hit the side of a barn. her sister, Mrs. Fred Geller, and ,!; :'
OODPrinting
L ill Some coaches have lost many her family._ I : ,

.,. ; games on the free throws, but ',
, \ Guests of Mr. :and Mrs. M. E. -
II I I have been ready for it. Last week
; I McCabe for the were
I holidays
:1. Maryland College beat Georgetown
i University 78-67.. Sopho. Mr.and Mrs. Jim Wigle and son,
/ I I Ricky, of Valdosta, Ga. and also .
more Bill Stasuilatis of Mary-
I I their Miss Lana 'Mc- .
II land connected on 1,4 of the 15 daughter '
Ii Cabe of Jacksonville. Mrs Wigleis
shots from the foul line. The
i I II college coaches have their players their daughter also.vrne :

throw at least 50 free throws
...
I at every practice.
LI n 19961 I ,
Watching this ,new trend, I'I ; f' "
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'I have been watching oUr girls -

team play. For instance, lastseason '
our girls were twice de.' OFFICE FORMSENVELOPES < :

feated by the Baldwin Indians.:I ,
In both games Baldwin scored

r -: over''90 points. Our team, however ,I ';: ; '"
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gave them a good, work-i .: -'- ,. ... ,
out. But those Baldwin girls : ,,' ...
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:. were "poison" on the foul line. ,:I f'c',," :'INV'OF z : :: ,' ,'

According to girls basketball .
rules when a free shot is ,given ,, -"" :< -" .
LETTER HEADS 1'!' ,.j -
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and the players makes the bas-

ket the team keeps ,the ball in
J l its .possession... ',1L' Jiave talked 4 : t', .
with ,Miss Bradley, our girl's BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS :

coach, and she tells me that she ';, f *:-;
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has the girls doing 'plenty of ;. '
mother New Year is : '
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practice on the' foul line. ThisI I; r
at hand. We it > -
hope can see because our girls are i ]:

t proves to be happy hitting a 52 per cent average-, = ; BILL HEADS :

I' one for you and yours. which is good. But I watched ..
rf both of your games. So let's '
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try to make It 60 per cent.I '.. _: RULED FORMS ''
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believe we',can go all the. '
way this season. We have some' ;; : -', ; .' -:
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.. : good forwards. The guards look ',. _;
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I : : good, and have held the other 1w Year We sure :' t : -
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teams from doing much scoring .. "
it is
under the basket 'Coach Brad. hope II'fine one I "v
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t.(" : ley has a strong.,bench-so, let's for all of our good :, >i: ., .
go Sheila, Molly, Barbara .Sharon t. .
Sue, Allioa. -Let's hit that friends: "x ,'. ... .
A1&OUNCEMENTSi
r old foul line and sew\ who can : :
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,_... PAGE EIGHT. ,;-K= ,0- '.. THE_" FLAGJL.ER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 29;'*1960State's 1r

-- --
r .
t gorses of employment moved upward road, as you can see." burned. few_logs. One of your j locked It now. Happy New Year,

Economy except those related to I- Jim smiled. "How-dee," he back windows was unlocked. I I whoever you are!" I

construction. The dip in homebuilding said. frl

I i'i.: ,For This Year'Ie has brought, an 8 per I Soon Carl was on another

cent drop In home mortgages recorded wicker chair and his' stockingfeet

compared with '1959 were stretched toward the l
jAbout. Equals LastFlorida's aI-I
Ie; though the level is currently blaze while his shoes were dry--
'
1958. Ing. "You have nice
percent over a place I
t.." economy has a fair
"New businesses have been I here," he said. "I had a summer
f. chance to round out 1960 at about \ MARTIN I
in Florida at bungalow .
a
incorporated many years ago. I
k the same level as 1959, if
;; not better in some categories, rate of just under 1,000 a month I I had a home and a wife, but COUNTYCounty

r.: the Florida State Chamber of this year, down 10. percent from she died. Some men drink to Seat

Commerce 1959. Business failures, as reported forget. I took to the road. And ,
: reports.
by Dun and Bradstreet, I: learned to like it. Sometimes Stuart
F ,
i
"Indicators of business activity ;V.:
'' reached 751 by the end of October 1: work in the fields, or towns.
r ;' .: available from official reports compared with a 1959 Odd jobs. But I soon hike out I ft : &k
:, "
L' October most.f'
through
are
.
figure of 360. again. I usually travel South,

ly on the plus side when stackJ' "The sum-total of these indicators but this autumn stayed. warm so 41
: ed up against 1959.; However, V *
is encouraging, over the long.

/, The margins of monthly gains long pull," the trade body com "It sure did,"' Jim said. Now {
0 last have rr r I II II II
: .. over year narrowed V
mented. he was glad that he had let
[ almost consistently .,since the
: the other in. He was in good
l : first of this year, to a great extent who
company. And, wants to

{.' a reflection of national New Year HostBy be alone as a New Year is born? J.I I
trends. .
After a while Jim went to the I
r. "Business activity, as indicated Jean Reedy kitchen and brought
- by bank debits, was up 3 large'coffee pot and he set it Martin County, named for former Governor John W.

per cent, through October' of this \ JI.m. Adams threw another log in the fire place. "We'll have Martin, occupies an area of 372,480 acres, and is locatedon

,., year, over 1959. This .compares on the 'fire, from a small pile some coffee," he said. "We'll the, south east coast of Florida. Each year many visitors !

with an increase of 16 per cent in-a corner of the room.,He eased have to drink'it black. I don't: enjoy sports and fishing resort facilities. Commercial

;L In 1959. his tall, lanky body into a wick. have--"- fishing is an important part of the economy, however, V -

L "Sales tax collections on business -' er easy chair. He drew the chair "Black suits me," Carl said. agriculture is the main industry. winter vegetables are

'" transacted during the first closer to the fire and ran a grown here extensively; string beans,. tomatoes, cabbages,
Soon the coffee was boiling
ten months of this year gained hand through his thick, black peppers, squash, eggplant, watermelons and cucumbersare
and it was'sending out a deli ,
: 7 per cent compared,with k 1959 hair that showed a few silver among the leading truck crops. '
-
k}. figure of 16 per cent.. Monthly threads Leaning back he stretched cate The aroma.next In progressive Martin County, and throughout' Florida,._
morning was bright
variations this year ranged from his feet toward the blaze and t the United States Brewers Foundation works constantlyto
and clear and when Jim arose
17 td minus his head he the i maintain the sale of beer .
plus per cent per turning surveyed i and ale under pleasant, order
the old had
cent. In 1959 the range was lamp lighted room. A few wick. man gone. ly conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement serves:.
Jim made the bed drank the
.k, plus 23 per cent to plus 10 ,percent er chairs, a small wooden table, the best interest of the people of Florida, the Foundation
cold coffee that remained, wash.
Gasoline sales have been a battered desk and the couch stresses close cooperation with Armed Forces, law enforcement -

,. running 5. per cent ahead of the with its dark cushions and a I ed the mugs and the coffee pot. and governing officials. i t
Before leaving he found some
t r .1959 volume, almost 'equal to folded blanket. 'The clock on
and pencil in the desk
::, last year's 7 per cent. the table told him the New Year 1 paper fEEfcFtORIDA'StlGHT .
and the note he left on its top ':\\1)5-
t "Non-farm employment stood was not far away. -} United State Bretter
read: "Me an' another bum MIGHT ''
at 1,264,700 in October of this Jim smiled contentedly as he o Foundation
'7 stayed in your place ,last night. BEVERAGE Florid D.w..
.. year, a shade over 1959, com heard the wind howling and the _,, :: dos N.Vtln sw.t -,
We didn't nuthin.We
spoil
pared with a 7 per cent gain rain beating against the windows jQF MODERATION +J"' tjIO OrbiuU, riorU | V
used the coffee left here and __
at this time last year. All cate.r o? the, ,bungalow in, spite- .:.you

,: < ___ ful fury, as though it had rushed '
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Your (hire won't .i.a i.f be through -the night to settle i ELECTRICITY
a grudge. Only gives Jlameless,fumelesa, really safe

-Quiei Spot

'. : sniffle f factory. This bungalow was the last' ': COOKING and WATER HEATING'i.h .

" of a row that were situated on

this winter. the bank of a wide creek and .the modern modern -. .-
tray for a day
fronted dirt
iL they on a narrow .A

road. In the summer they were
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occupied by families on vacation

But now it was winter and

they were all deserted, except

this one on the end.
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.' .. The burning Jog sputtered,
" throwing up sparks like fourthof r

r. July fireworks. A tree branch I .:.,.. .... r. :w, n .. ... :: r.. .w.r::..r.. A. .v .... ........ .x. .. n r.,,il
r. scraped the roof with a rasping

sound. The wind whistled and

howled and someone was knock.

L i ing on the door.

.s. Jim sprang up, frightened.Who .

i 9' .f' .if you install could that be? Openingthe .

door just far enough to peep

out he saw the glistening puddles

in the narrow, dirt road

.. and a stocky man with a fringeof
t' .. ELECTRIC COOKING COSts only vors..vitamins are not"boiled away"
: grey hair around the edge of I about a. penny a meal per person. less meat shrinkage, too. You'll -

{ a peaked cap from which the You'll enjoy a cooler, cleaner kitchen love the fingertip controls that elim

GAS 'H AT now! rain was dripping and over his -no soot-blackened pots or 1i1minate pot-watching. And there's no e e .
shoulder he carried a draw walk Your will "" '
smudged family enjoy constant-burning pilot light to worry --
t '." Avoid the cold weather installation I stringed bag. .. tastier, healthier meals because&meabout.. Better see the modern electric ::-.:.=:=:
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rush; let us equip, "I saw a light under your : -? V less "waterless" cooking retains fla'. ranges at your dealer today. V

; I window shade Mister," he :said."I .
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your home with a "Pjrofax"asoperated
looked in and your fire's so I SJif ii
: I r ;fUlf HrrieRikrvt
'- automatic heat- tempting, I thought I'd take a i

ing unit now to enjoy healthfal chance on asking you to let, me :I ,
I a+>ak eovi7:yr 'a'1rrAR' 3axlr .fs, y/ .
'. :; even warmth throughout dry out." I V V Ii1
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..', HesitationJim I :
t your. house-allwinter,, : long. ;
hesitated. He didn't want
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Estimates cheerfully given s6eyrraaY4a r.:f ;ry. y y
V company, but the old man was V : .; ;:_ ,
: without charge.. so bedraggled. And, after all, V V

'.. Phone today. it was New Year's Eve. "We-14, '
he said the *V ; )
come in, opening :
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.., The older man stepped quick..
603 N. Beach St.Daytcma V)1'1
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ly Into the room and he dropped _____ ; : ::
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draw-stringedbag just outside ii f..K.. yrn;. .cad'

I 3'S1J2 Cordova St. the doom: Carl Simms,"

St. Augustine, Florida he said, "A gentleman of the

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to ... r ., QUICK AS A WINK You can depend on the new ,. "
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'. and amazing Quick Recovery Electric Water Heaters i Safety Is one of the biggest reasons ) .
V: CRAIG FUNERAL HOME for? an endless supply olplpmg- ot,water. Fast I *why nearly a miltlon Florida I +" ."

I>, '* fast,fast! Large families who use lots of hot water_ I families switched to electric water I .J JI Jy
A.. R. CRAIG. Director will! never again have to skimp.FteaaeleeB-safe and t T
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a t V JOHN HARO-IN. 'Associate I I quiet..don't need flues or vents...can installed I iiceless 1 t '
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