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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 1, 1962
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,.. VOLUME 50. NO. 43 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOV. 1. 1962 S2.RO A YEAR
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I County Board Woman's Club Homer C. Miller Punt, Pass, Kick Bond Election


Explains Status Opens LibraryAt Passes Away Competition This Flagler Beach (


Of Civil Defense Flagler Beach Monday MorningHomer Saturday MorningBy Next TuesdayThe

Opening date of the Flagler ( Leslie Pache)

The following is an official Woman's Club will be today; C. Miller, former resident Leslie Pache, Bunnell Recreation I bond election for a

1 statement by the Board of Coun November 1, Library Chairman of Bunnell', passed away Director, has been gettingthe ply and distribution of good sup-

ty Commissioners, acting as Mrs. Phillip Kester said today. early Monday morning at his P. P. K. Program set up and water will be voted ,on by the

4 Flagler County's civil defense Open hours will be from 12:30to home, 802 North Halifax, Daytona is ready to go Saturday morn- freeholders of Flagler Beach in

administration. This, they said, 4 P.M. each Thursday at the Beach, after a brief illness. ing November 3 at 9 o'clock. Tuesday's election.
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is to correct rumors and misinformation club building on South Central I Mr. Miller was born in Cler- The first football will be The fiscal agent, Kirk Gunby

l being circulated. Avenue. 'mont, Ga. where he resided until thrown out by J. I. Sheffield, and the itown's engineer Dr.

Starting with a: Civil Defense Mrs. Kester said there will be he came to Flagler Countyin former Bulldog all-conference David Smith, were at a special

= meeting on October 24th, your no rental fees for books loaned 1921. He resided in Bunnelland halfback, who holds the record meeting of the town commission

I County Commission has undertaken and all out of state, county residents was engaged in the farm- for scoring ;the most points for Thursday evening. The
a crash Civil Defense Pro and club members in- purposeof
are ing and dairy business in the one season in the conference the meeting was to explainthe
gram. With the generous aid of voted to enjoy ;the many books Bimini area until his: retirement with 150 points.He bond proposal and to
acquaint
volunteers who offered their which are now on the library about 12 years ago. Since that will also be on the judges. the voters with the
4 services and equipment, a. good : shelves. time he proposal
( and Mrs. Miller have Cliff Sheffield, also a former for a supply of good water
4 deal has already been accom, Mrs. 'Kester also said the resided in Daytona Beach. Bulldog all-conference high for Flagler Beach.

i pUshed in these last few days, Woman's Club has long realized He was a veteran of World scorer, will be competition di
Thefreeholders
1 and every effort is being madeto the need of this community i War I, and a member of the rector. Harry Kuleski, ,halfbackof I who are eligible -
to
( vote will
push the program thru to the service, and by contributions of I American Legion, 40 & 8, Elks the Bulldogs, will be judgeNo. decide whetheror
not
$650,000 in
quickest possible conclusion. books by members and local Lodge, the Masonic Lodge, and 2. Buddy Chambers, quarterback issued for the bonds will be

Naturally, a complicated program citizens, they have achaieved the Concord Baptist Church of of the 1953 Bulldogs, purpose of financing
the
cost of
of this nature undertakenat a library. Clermont, Ga. For many years will take care of announcements. constructionand '
such short notice, must resultIn Through :these contributionswe he served as a member of the Scoutmaster Gene Bowers will acquisition of additions, ex-

some confusion at the start, have books from history to Flagler County Draft Board, was have three or four of his Scouts the tensions and improvements to

as well as in some misunderstanding , mysteries; fiction to factual; president of the Production Credit assisting. VFW Post 5213 is also As existing water system. j

on the part of those poetry to paperbacks; music to Association, and was activein assisting with, the program. explained to The Tribune

not directly involved in the pro magazines; biographies, religious the civic, fraternal and church This is the second annual PPK Flagler Beach's growth is being
seriously
handicapped becauseof
gram. and many others are noon w life of Bunnell. He was 73 yearsof sponsored by the Bunnell Motor /the present lack of accept-
In the bookshelves. age. Co. local Ford
consequence your County dealers. able water. It was stated thatif
Commissioners consider advisable He is survived by his wife,
the town anticipates future
to give a and Mrs/ Ora Miller of Daytona
you precise PTA
growth it must first provide
Meeting a
realistic picture of the current Beach; six sisters, Mrs. India Demo CommitteeMeeting water supply in quantity and

shelter situation. Miller, Bailey,Jackson, Ga.; Mrs.
.Construction has been startedon Panel Program D. J. Johnson, Sr., 'and Mrs. Ida Held quality. To do this it is neces-
sary to borrow by sale of bondsto
a fallout shelter at Lake Ne-- Rogers both of Gainesville, Ga.
build such a system.
oga at the County's expense. Set for TonightThe Mrs. Lily Whitaker, Caryville, Last The town commission has al-

I Present, plans call for a shelter Florida; Mrs. William Baker of MondayA ready had test wells drilled.

with a capacity for 200 people. second 'P. T. A. meeting Clearwater, Florida; Mrs. Wayne
The
meeting of .the Flagler commission and its engineer
Additional of the will be held Ledford, Coshocton Ohio fourbrothers
shelters are beingconstructed year Thursday ; belive will
County Democratic Executive they produce sufficient
vat IJaw Creek by ,at 8:00: P. M. in the Bunnell ., John T. Miller, Jasper, ,Committee
was held mondayafterjrooj quantty'and quality of wa-
volunteers", of Ihat area underthe' .School Cafetorium, under -thelea'3ershfp7of"T. Florida; Fred B. Miller, Sr., Jack', t eded.
lp t tepu4p s. of'filling *er n .The wells are located : .
I leadership .of C.: H. Cowart "l : SfertdnTBrooks,' sonviller'C. TVI. 'Miller, 'Bumti) };;; the vacancies on th Com 3z ear. i'

I and..Raymond Tucker. In addition President. and Edwin Miller of Jefferson, ,
mittee. Other routine businesswas ler Beach and Bunnell. I
residents of Bimini and St. John A., Clegg, Program Chairman Georgia, Also surviving are a
attended to at the meeting. The proposed bonds will
pay
i Johns Park are initiating planfori s has planned an interesting number of neices, nephews, great
Chairman for transmission
George Sr. lines
Moody, storaged
construction of two similar- and informative program entitled neices and great"'nephews.' .
presided'at the meeting an facilities, treatment plant and
sized shelters in that area, underthe'l "Growing In New Ideas" A chapel service was held .
Mrs. Sara Martel acted as secretary other incidental costs of the '
leadership of Walton Kinneyand which deals with education. It Tuesday afternoon at the Bag- in
the absence of Mrs. system.
Don Moore. If feasible, will be presented in the form ota gett Funeral ,Home in DaytonaBeach. Eula Fuller. As of now more and more-

these shelteres will be equipped panel discussion with B. Donald Rev. William F. Shuler,,
residents
After
the new appointments are resorting to shal
with wells to supply water. This, Stewart, Principal, North pastor of the Riverside Presbyterian are confirmed an organizational low wells and individual pumping !!

however, is an angle which can Ridgewood School Daytona Church, officiated.
meeting the Committee will systems because of the poor
nOt.'be definitely determined- at Beach, as moderator. Panel[ Funeral' services will be heldat be held. quality of the water. ,,

this state of the program. members will be John Baggett, 2 o'clock: this afternoonThursday Kirk
The complete membership of Gunby, fiscal agent for
A Government of the Principal, Bunnell High School, ( ) from the Concord
survey the committee is as follows: the town commission and indi
Cement Plant indicates that the Mrs. George Clegg, immediately Baptist Church in Clermont, Ga. Precinct 1, Eula Fuller and vidual commissioners are of the

various structures there can offer past president of, Bunnell P. T. Dr. Warner Fussell, pastor of Jack Clegg; precinct 2, Sara opinion that the beach town's
shelter for approximately A., Mrs. John Rice and Ray Mercer the First Baptist Church of
decide
Martel and George Moody, Sr.; property owners must
former teachers at" Gainesville, Ga., and Rev. Grover
1,100 persons on an as is basis. Bunnell precinct 3, Leona Knight and whether or not they are willing
However, an inspection by School. All are parents,' college Tyner, pastor of the Concord
your Tommy. Durrance; precinct 3A, to vote bonds or risk the permanent
officials shows (that this capac graduates, trained in 'workingwith Baptist Church will officiate. Gladys Deen and Steve. Cyzycki; stunting of future growthof

Ity' can be increased with the youth and all are exper Interment will follow in the precinct 4, Mary Tucker and W. the area.Local .

proper modifications, such as ienced in working with youth. family lot there. L. Dunson; precinct 4A, Ann

sandbagging windows, openingsand The questions which will be Honorary pallbearers for the Creal and Charles Creal; pre.

doors and by installing air presented to the panel are: chapel service were: Charles 'E. cinct 5, Frances Arnold and Harry .

pumps. The plant also has a 1.. The Space Age has placednew I Creal, O. F. Alford, Tom Holden, McKenney; precinct 5A, Vir- B. & P. W. "

dfesel generator which, ,if it can emphasis on science and I John C. Rice, H. T. Cook, M. B. ginia Wilson and Coley D.

be kept in operation will supply mathematics. Is this being overdone Fuller, George Upchurch, Harold Mitchell. Members Attend-

light and water to most of the or are we meeting the Wilson, A. F. Gregory, Albert L.

shelters in case (the regular power challenge? May,' Charles Warner, and Tom District MeetingTen

,supply should fail. 2. Are Nouragas. Weeki
we wasting time on Wachee members of the Flagler

This shelter capacity at the frivilous things such as* art, Business and Professional Wom

Cement Plant is scattered over music, appreciation, social attitudes Offers AllFlorida
: en's Club attended District Four
about' a dozen buildings, and getting .along together, I FUNERAL SERVICE I meeting held in Ormond Beach

each building offers its own etc. that should be spent on the FOR ANDERSON RatesWeeki Sunday.
particular problem In 3 R's? .I
connection
The thought for the
day on
with the above mentioned INFANT DAUGHTERMary Wachee Springs is offering
What do we need today in the the program, dealing with the
modifications. during the entire monthof
necessary Moreover way of programs and facilities Rachel Anderson, infant World 'CrIsis, was given by :Mrs.

only those modifications ,to do the job and meet the needsof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. November their third annual Jennie Cannon of the local club.
which will not interfere "All Florida AppreciationWeeks.
with the the children in our schools Anderson of Flagler Beach, Bea Freede, first state vice president -
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operation of the plant can be :Mr. Brooks and Mr. Clegg invite -. passed away October 24 at the During this time all was speaker for the oe-
taken now. The remaining mod Floridians are invited to see the 4
you to attend. There will be Holloy Hill Hospital. caslon. ,
ifications must be planned so a room count and Graveside services new show upon payment of a
refreshmentswill were held The Flagler Club received a't
that they can be corapletecwithin be served. : at small service charge. '
Hope Cemetery on ThurSdaywith state citation for having the..
a few minutes after the Any identification of Florida "
Rev. Atlee Stevens officiat most members attending a district
residency qualifies the visitorsfor
alarm sounds.
,ing. meeting for the first time. '
Marine Studios is listed in the I Besides the this special offer,. Public Relations
YOUTH COUNCIL parents she is survived There were 101 registered from
Director Jack Mahon said
,Government survey as having a BOARD MEETING by four sisters, Cathy the district.A .

capacity of 277 persons on an as IS POSTPONED Pamela Rebecca, and Naomi; today.

is basis, However, there also the one brother, David. Also survivIng The Springs is offering their

capacity can be considerable 'increased Youth Council Board of Directors are the maternal grandparents new underwater show at thes tourist
study published by
special rates to all Floridians
with:the above-described meeting will be held on Mr. and Mrs. Willis the Florida Development Com

modifications. But he same November 10th at the Bunnell Snyder of Sefurs, I1L and the mission shows that men tourists

t problems exist as at the CementPlant Civic Center. paternal grandfather, O. M. An- July was the peak tourist I exceed women by four per cent

+ :' Only those modifications The' : meeting was postponed derson of East Moline ni. month for Florida during 1961. I during the winter, and conversely -

;1 can:.be undertaken at the pres- 'from, the regular stated date because CraIg Funeral .U me of Bun- Of /the 12,840,230 tourists visiting : women tourists exceed nw n:

''Continued of conflicting dates for no)!, was. in charge of arrange- the state last year; 1,970,599came 1 by four per cent during the:
To Page .8 members of the board. ments.
t.4 ** during July.
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'i:;:, ';<,PAGE TWO THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, November,1t;: 62I

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I had all conference players every I'i and a 30 yard run, by Walton Fedore 6 4'" 2 26

IL r= year. If some organizationwould I Cowart. B.\ Farley .7 3 <- 8 26

I donate a high school foot-'i j The Baby Bulldogs scored onlyon Polk 7 4 1.25

ball hall of fame plaque. I believe { touchdown in the last half, Renfroe 5 .4 ,0 24

I could get five people who j that one on a 35 yard pass from

have .followed the Bulldogs in t Cowart to :Mack Pellicer. With 'I STANDINGS

those years to pick 11 players !this lead the boys piled up in 'V L T Per.

I NOTES and or coaches in the years of.i the first half, all of the boys,on I Baldwin 5 1 0 s30'

_. 1938.50 who would be the first the bench played ,a lot of ball Father Lopez 4 1 0800 ,

11 on the plaque. In 1963 we during the last half, and did a]I Bunnell 4 2 1 610 '

By Leslie Padre would pick three players and real fine job. Callahan 4 2 -1 616

;t GREENIES DEFENSE covered and could not break go up to 1951. We would pick .Cliff :McGriff had this to say Hastings 2 2" 2 480 ]

I STALLS BULLOGS I loose. Bebe Moody got off three players every year and go about the Baby Bulldogs: It has D& B 3 4 '0 420

,i ,some good yardage early in the up one year. been a real pleasure to work St. Joseph 2 4 0334 (

", Father Lopez balked Bunnell fourth quarter. Mark Gargullio I with this group of boys this year. Crescent City 1. 4 0 200

,f with an overwhelming defense scored on a line' buck. if anybody is interested please. They are all eager to learn, and Keystone Hts. 0 4 1 000

Friday night and capitalized on get in touch with me or writeto when you have a group like I

\t /j five Bulldog fumbles for a 12.0 The Bulldogs never got into the Tribune. I will start off that it makes your work easier.I Games November 2

"I .victory in a, traditional Greenie- the 20 yard stripe of the Green with some all-conference players. would like to thank all the Callahan at Father Lopez

t r Bulldog battle. Wave. The loss eliminated the If anybody knows of any parents and fans who have supported Keystone Heights at Baldwin tI

Bulldogs from a three way tie more please get in touch with this of boys this St. Joseph at Crescent City 1
Lloyd Hall picked up D & B at Hastings
"J with Lopez and Baldwin in the me: \
I year.
., fumble on the Bulldog's 30 yard conference race. I Bulldogs idle this week''
I line late in the first quater. Brady Wadsworth, Bill Burn-

.a J George Barnes threw a pass to Fr._ Lopez 6 0 0 6 12 sed, Harold Higginbotham, JohnF. BASKET CONFAB SET FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF

|\ Jeff LaCour for the TD that put Bunnell 0 0 0 0 0 Clemmons, Shelton Barber, The Bunnell Recreation Department JERRY IN CHANCERY DUBINER.NO. 4533 .

r 1 the Greenles in front 60. Gilbert Higginbotham, Howard has scheduled its first Plaintiff \

t I Hunter, Herschel King, Cliff organizational meeting on city- ETHEL, DUBINER vs.
Father Lopez Bunnell HOW ABOUT A HIGH SCHOOL Sheffield, Louis Steflik, Gayle Defendant.
wide basketball Novem-
\ leagues NOTICE TO DEFEND
15 1st downs 8 FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME? Mercer Wilburn Kelly Don Ray
ber 8th. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

r 186 yards rushing 124 'Having a break with no game Vinson, J. I. Sheffield. The session is set at 7:30: at ETHEL Residence, DUBINER and Post Office

4 4.5 Passes 0.2 this week, I would like to know I I'I Coaches: Willard Knight, Joe the civic center. The league is Address are hereby UnknownYou notified that a

38 yards passing 0 what our sport fans and high i Norfleet, Ken Bemans, Dan Mo looking for four teams and suit has been filed against you In
( I the above entitled cause; and you
3 fumbles lost 5 'I school alumnus think of this Intyure, Freeman Durrance, and sponsors. The rec. dept. is also are hereby required to file your answer -
with the Clerk this
85 penalty yards 35 of Court
idea: We have had a ,football many more. This is just some- planning for a midget basket- and to serve a copy thereof upon

2.25 Punts 3-75 t I team in Bunnell for almost 25 thing to do for sports. ball league and also a junior' whose the plaintiff name and or plaintiff's adddress attorney is: ,

Both Polk and Kuleski were I I years. In this years we have league. Boys in the school will SAMUEL, V. HOLCH
110 North 3rd Street
be notified. Palatka. Floridanot

WHAT A DIFFERENCEA ________________________ i 1962.later than November 30, A. D.

DAY MAKES BUT Crawford holds lead for the If you fail to do so, decree pro
r NOT FOR LITTLE MOE confesso will be entered againstyou
second week. Results of the
for the relief demanded in the
Baldwin of- last week did bill of complaint. The nature of
What a difference a day game ; said suit being for divorce.
rt not come in.. Big change next WITNESS my hand and seal of
makes, and I don't mean the said Court this 29th day of October -
t I October week in standing. Fridaygameswere A. D. 1962.Official .
song. Saturday morning,
all low scores and thereis ( \ Seal) E. A. SMYTHE I
27 the Bulldogs defeat Father Clerk of said Circuit Court
little change in standing. By Julia, R. Harvey
Lopez! Bunnell buzzing! Everybody Deputy Clerk.;

; I Ii in town raving about our G TD Pat Tp Nov. 1-8-15-22--4tc

I 1 team! Crawford 6 9 14 68 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
Kuleski 6 10 3 63 -
FLORIDA. IN PROUATB.
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But it was the other way a- Foreaker 6 8 0 48 CASE NO. 628
i round. We lost and nobody was IN RE: Estate of .
J. Lacour 5 7 4 46 WILLIAM H. ATKINSON, JR., ,
J HOW ONE COUPLE FOUNDTHEIR around town. So we lost! We M. Cook 7 6 2 38 Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
f J .PARADISE AFTER 65"IVfY are going to lose some more,and Joe Allagood 5 6 0 36 All creditors- of the estate of
we are going to win some more. Abbott 6 5 1 31 William H. Atkinson Jr.. deceased
HUSBAND and ,I are lowance for food is above the are hereby notified and requiredto
1V-* How do you think those Bulldogs Hunter 4 4 327 file any claims or demands
thoroughly chocked by the But can have the '
4 average. we which they may have against said
+ S image of retirement some people food &and live comfortably ,felt? I don't believe two of estate in the office of the county

'- paint in your column ." 'on wet income of just'underT therli/ could tell you the same ... judge the of courthouse Flagler at County.Bunnell.Floridain FlorIda t

And thereupon a happy wife $250 nth. We have our hi-fi thing happened in that game. I within six calendar months

told how she and her husband music system, a color TV set (a As I said last week getting out I j Wat+'r To PLAGEA from of the this date notice.of the Each first claim publication -
or
moved to Albuquerque, N. MeL, gift from our son), a 1961 car. of a Tiger cage and stepping in- NEWSPAPER Ao demand must be in writing and
and found their Golden Years. We also can take care of our life must state the place of residence
to a Hornesf nest you are look- SAYING'ywNGwa and postotfice address of the claim-
husband retired in 1957 and insurance
"My car premiums.
ant and must be sworn to by the
after 35 years with his company. The couple takes life with a ing for trouble. I have to give rEa'. claimant his agent or MB attorney

r He was 65, and, was 62.1 elected low-key effort. They arise between credit to Lopez. They have a I to or law it will, become void according .

I to take my Social Security then 7:30 and 8:00 A.M., have a slow good team. i October 10th. 1962. I
and our combined Social Security breakfast, then read the news- 1 S/ Maudrey B. Atkinson J
I Glenda Atkinson Pellicer
check.IB now $166.40. My husband paper thoroughly. After that they They bottled up Kuleski and : Administrators S/ of the Estate of

has a company pension of just may on normal day go out and Polk. You better believe it.I William H. .Atkinson Jr.Deceased .
First publication October 25, 19(2 J
under $100 a month. Out of this work in their flower garden, or They respected the Bulldogs and I 0ISYs October 25 & Nov. 1-8-15-1962-Itc

we deduct $15 monthly for Blue work on their lawn, "which is the played a cautious They
I. game. COURT OF
THE CIRCUIT
Cross and Blue Shield. IN
talk of the neighborhood. Or they did not take chances.' One thing, FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
"We owned a large home on five may work on mosaics'together or IN CHANCERY NO. 4527 ,
acres 'just outside a large town' go fishing. it's never a shame to lose to a MURIEL A. ORTIZ .J j
Plaintiff.
hi the Midwest . .*' Individually, the wife may workon good team, and it was no upset. vs. ';

The.couple wanted to move and her knitting or crocheting. The I ,just believe that the game DONALD C. ORTIZ.Defendant.. ,1"

had chosen Albuquerque. They husband may play with his model with Dunnellon took all we had, ISAST NOTICE TO DEFEND''
visited it several times on vaca- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
railroading or make models of oil because I saw that game and ,
DONALD C. ORTIZ I
tion. found the climate kind
They ,
refining equipment or the Space 1
boy we sure tore them up. 6 East Church Street
the people friendly and tl'd'scene Needle at the Seattle World's Fair. Jamesburg, New Jersey f'
colorful Also, one of their You are hereby notified that a
ery
Once a year they go camping or Remember when a Bulldog suit has been filed against you in 1
lived there.
sons take vacation from home. the above entitled cause; and you
the best of he'shad
a away gets a Tiger
"We sold our home for $30,000 are hereby required to file your an-
cash" the wife continued. "We This," said the wife, "com- it So let's go Bulldogs and swer with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon
also sold our furniture, reserving pares with life back in the Mid- let's get ready for those Hast- the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,.
only my fine china, our hi-fi west where we arose at 5:30 A.M. ing Spudsters and good old whose Ray name Selden and address Is:

records and my husband's model- every day, where my husband homecoming.BABY Selden Building
railroad equipment. All this we worked about 10 hours a day, and Daytona Beach, Floridanot
where after that we had to keep later than November 19, 19S!.
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moved to Albuquerque in our SOD'Spick.up If you fail to do so, decree pre
truck. (Retired people our five-acre tract presentable.We BULLDOGS CLOSE OUT confessso will be entered againstyou
who showing growing fell into bed at 10 o'clock for the relief demanded in the
move are a
SEASON WITH A 39-6 WIN bill of complaint. The nature of
talent for borrowing or renting a every night, and the only leisurewe said suit being for divorce.
ever had during husband's WITNESS my hand and seal of
truck, or trading their car in for my
The closed out
Baby Bulldogs said Court this 11th day of October,
his three-week IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
in order to their working years was I
one. move reduced their season undefeated with a JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN A. D. 1962.Official
househol4s at small cost.) vacation per year. AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE,
39.6 victory against St. Joseph. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. Clerk of said Circuit Court
"We bought a home in Albuquerque "We have time to enjoy our 4531. .By Julia A. Harvey

i paying just what we got friends now, and we entertain in- WALTER L. VANN. Deputy Clerk.
The Bulldogs jumped out to a Oct. 18-25 & Nov. 1-8-Uc
for our old home. We bought new formally on the slightest excuse. Plaintiff.
furniture. We did not lower our We have time for concerts and 14.0 lead on a 25 yard run by ,ELLEN VANN vs. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

standard of living. lectures which are numerous in Harry Bullock, and a 30 yard Defendant. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA I
IN CHANCERY NO. 4529.
"We never'liked hamburgers or this university town. We are even pass from Cowart to Cotton May. IN THE NOTICE NAME OF OF SUIT THE STATEOF FAYE YVONNE PATTILLO, ,

noodles and still don't. So oUr al- taking up the study of Spanish. The extra point was added when FLORIDA: Plaintiff,
TO: ELLEN VANN.
-, Glenn Miller split the uprights 2258 Lincoln Park West CARL lIOL'"P A TTILLO, r
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i with two kicks. Then St. Chicago U, Illinois Defendant.
,: good Tou are hereby required to file NOTICE TO DEFEND
_p FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Joe came back to score the only with the Clerk of this Court your THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
answer to the Bill of Complaint CARL HOLT PATTILLO.
touchdown registered againstthe filed herein against you In the Last known address:
this above entitled cause on or before 317 Brunswick Road
Bulldogs on
AMBULANCES Baby year the 2nd day of December, A. D. Jacksonville, Florida.
a 55 yard pass play. 196%. and serve a copy thereof up- You are hereby notified that a
PHONE VAlley 4-1625 I on LEWIS F. LAW.. plaintiffs attorney suit has been filed against you In
This seemed to really fire the herein, whose address Is the above entitled cause; and you
2504 South Beach Street. Daytona are hereby required to file your an-
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA boys up, as Harry Bullock returned Beach. Florida; The Flagler Tri swer with the Clerk of this Court
I bune" Is hereby designated as the and to serve a copy thereof upon I
: Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We the kickoff back 80 yards newspaper In which this order the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
behind some real good blocking. shall be published once a week for whose name and address Is:
are always at your service with promptness. safety and four consecutive weeks. HEREIN ANTHONY J. GREZIK
Leading the block was Billy FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO 326 South Grandview
I
i CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED Daytona Beach. Florida
experience
Cauley Mack Pellicer, Johnny AGAINST. YOU FOR SUCH FAIL not later than November 19th A. D.
Pellicer and Arthur Ford. The' URE. 1962* ,
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator i The nature of this suit is a bill I If you fail to do BO. decree pr*
F extra point was added by Walton for dlrorc confeeso will be entered against
I WITNESS my hand and seal at you for the relief demanded in the I
Garcia Funeral Home 'Cowart. Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida bill of complaint. The nature of
The Baby Bulldogs went on to this 25th day of October. A. D. 1962. said rust being for divorce. .
Official Seal E. SMYTHEAs '
( ) A. WITNESS my hand and seal of
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed .Funeral Director add two more touchdowns before Clerk Circuit Court. said Court this 11th day of October
Flagler County. Florida. A. D. 1962
LADY ASSISTANT the first half ended on a By Julia R. Harvey. (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

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.. ( t -" : ,,;,.- . Beach will supply the sermon daughters were eligible to' mar matlc 'bottle making machine-in-
:. next Sunday at the 11:00 wor-'I noblemen.As .
I ry 1903 was the first of a host of
; Beach" ship service in the absence of other countries developedtheir 20th century innovations that

, : a er rtev. R. N. Hoover. Church Schoolis own glass industries, Ven were to make the glassblower

o *-v c at 9:30 A. M. ice lost its monoply. But beauti obsolete in the field of mass

<, ful glass objects are still blown production.
": RED CROSS SERVICES ports. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Braddac there. Visitors may stop their

"I. :, EXPLAINED TO WOMAN'S. I The Woman's Club is sponsor- recently returned from a weeks gondolas at several houses a- I I

, CLUB ''WEDNESDAY I ing this service with Mrs. Jasper fishing trip in Clearwater, Fla. long the Grand Canal to watch I I Family vacation cottages are

Members and guests of the I:: H. White, Chairman and :Mrs. the glassblowers; at work and to I II I I available year round at Gold
V. W. Haines Co-chairman. Due
THANK YOU I admire their products. I I Head Branch State Park, six
Woman's Club heard I
,
Flagler
to .the CUban crisis the guest I should like at this time to
Red Cross services to Technical development came miles north of Keystone Heights
explained I speakers couldn't ,stay away thank the many friends and I I State Road 21.
; them last afternoon slowly. Invention of an auto- on
Wednesday long enough from their desksto neighbors for the flowers; cards, -- -- - -
. V when Mr. Frazier Jones, Mrs.
t enjoy the delightful refresh- and cheerful letters sent me TIE AMY FAllLY BY LLOYD B1RIHK&HAMmO } (
Ethel Diefendorf and Mrs. Ralph ments served by the Executive during my recent illness. Also
' Court, Staff members of the East
$ Board. for the many acts of kindness. IT'S ABOUT TUNE riE CONTTHEOWAWAVTHAT MADE A
Volusia and Flagler County OEANEP OUT THIS6ARA&E.WTHERE slor
t Your thoughtfulness is greatly CAMP STOVE
American Red Cross Chapter of 5GAUONOU. FROM THE 5 GAL CAN.
I I KRIS MARTEL appreciated and will long be re WAS HARRY ROOM CAN,JUNIORI'LL -
Daytona Beach were guest CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY membered. FOR THE CAR: SHOW INSERT ALTERNATE
1 speakers.Mr. I I VDUHOWTOPUTITTOGCODUSf TABS(CUT ON FRUIT
Ernest J. Butuex. JU1CC CAN) IN SLOTSIN56AL.CAN = : I
Jones, Executive Director i I \
explained briefly the origin of I Mrs.. Raymond Martel entertained -
with at Glassblowers NeededBy
a birthday party
dhow
how the Red Cross began a
it became government directed F f her home Monday honoring her
daughter, Kris, on her tenth Modern IndustryAn / '
but that it has to collect I I ,
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t the funds necessary to operate, I Il I birthday anniversary. Fourteenof experienced glassblower is / l
her friends
therefore, the drives each year. I young were pres worth his weight in Venetian
This Chapter's blood,bank is the ent. i j4
l Party hats, balloons and bub- crystal nowadays.
largest in the state and the annual machines
Though efficiently
used favors.
ble
gum were as
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quoto is five thousand SGAL. .
produce everyday glassware,
Everyone enjoyed dancing to =
services CONTAINER
units or pints. Other ;!A1I
masters of the ancient
I I popular records. Games were art are ,. .
[| include production, instructions - - -
, I II and awardedto in constant demand to fashion
first aid, aid, and played prizes were ,
in nurses
fine crystal and intricate labora-
the winners. The Halloween
I. water safety. Mrs. Court, Volunteer theme was used in the decora tory apparatus, the National OPENING NOVEMBER 3
V Chairman of Home Ser
tions. Geographic Society says.
vice gave a detailed report on,' In the United States, the num- SPECIAL REALISTIC! $10 PERMANENT
what this service means to servicemen ber of glassblowers has dwindledto
families. TURKEY: DINNER TONIGHT .
their
and
about 900. Many of these are $595
The American 'Red Cross pro- The Ladies Guild of the Com
employed in large laboratories,
vides a channel of service between munity Memorial Church is
where they devise complex sys- SHAMPOOBEAUTY SET $1.50 "
sponsoring a turkey dinner tonight '
the man in the armed
tems, of bending, curving, and
forces and his family back home. November 1st, 6 P. M. in
GIVENS SALON
spiraling tubes, bulbous retorts,
National Staff membets are as- I Fellowship Hall.
cylinders within cylinders, and
signed to Military installations spigoted flasks. Their handi- For Appointments Call 439.2312

to.serve| both' the ablebodiedand PTA. MEETS NEXT TUESDAYThe work sometimes looks as if cartoonist Central Ave. & 10th St. Flagler Beach '

the sick. Home service is Flagler Beach PTA will Rube Goldberg had collaborated

the place in each community meet next Tuesday night, November with Dr. Frankenstein.

to,which families of both service- 6th, at 7:30 P. M. in the Ancient Techniques'Today's SUPER FLOOR
men and veterans are invited school-cafetorlum. John Baggett,
glassblowers use essentially -
to bring their questions, con- supervising principal for Flagler the technique that RED OUfl1OaRY\ HEAT OUTLETS

cerns, and requests for service. County schools, will be the Phoenicians developed in the an- Of

t These are ways the Serivcemen's guest speaker. cient city of Sidon about 300B. HEW SYSTEM Oras es l

families can be helped: .C The artisan makes a"gather" HEMIHG! y
Counseling Service; Communication METHODIST CHURCH NEWS by dipping the knobbyend Gas

Service; Reporting Service The Women's Society of Chris of a blowpipe into a pot of

; Assistance with 'benefitsand tian SerWlce will meet next hot, viscous glass.. As he removes -I

financial help. She stressed Thursday/ November 8th,. at the I the pipe, a mass of hot I
that Red Cross gets informationand church at 9:30 A. M. adheres. 'q
glass Blowing gentlyor
verifications for the military The Church School wishes to I
vigorously, he expands the *
but ONLY the Military I thank everyone who contributed gather Into a thick or thin bulb.
grants emergency leaves or to their UNICEF Drive. It was and
By swinging rotating the
hardship discharges. Also ONLY I very successful.Rev. bulb, puffing, rolling and man
the Military issues casualty re G. E. Taylor of Daytona ipulating the glass with 'a few r'IIiIiJ1 <

simple tools, and reheating vi
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* * * * --!!- *._*r_ * when necessary, the glassblowercan

create almost any form.
Some Phoenician glassblowers !
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migrated to Rome, where entire

Keep Florida Strong streets were lined with glass I .b.r sS

furnaces. ,Glass, once a precious

with commodity, became common. Roman .
:artisans became masters of

fine glassblowing, and their two- __ c i
color cameo vases have- never
been matched.
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After, the fall of the Roman ; tiH
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Empire, glassmaking languished t : f;.

for centuries in western ; .' ...'. <. ,
Europe. The art was revived in :'. ...

the Middle Ages. Glassblowersthen

were sometimes thought to versatile, new I
be in league with the devil be- LL the

cause they worked so closely
EiIEGLERMark
with fire. Transforming sand to V
glass seemed to be a black art;

the glass retorts made for ..alchemistS' III

strange experimentsadded

Golden to Age the of mystery.Glass GAS HEATING SYSTEM !

The golden age of glass beganin

Venice in the 13th centuryand

lasted for some 400 years.
New heating comfortfor
Superb glass, unduplicated, else.
where, contributed to the wealth homes, restaurants,offices, shops, anywhere I

and prestige of the Venetian city Wall furnace comfort without costly installa .
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state. Secrets of the craft were tion. Stand it flush to wall or recess it. Pours
heat out front and can be piped to rooms at
the
closely guarded by Republic's
side back.
all-powerful Council of Ten. or
) The Venetian glass industrywas New season selector

moved to the suburban island Operates on low fire 'on mild days: high fire j

of :Murano in 1291. Armed in cold weather. Perfect automatic heating I

guards patroled Murano's fam on lei fuel/ f{

V ous mile of glass houses, and New trim styling

V : GEORGE SMATHERS the craftsmen were virtual prisoners Always looks built-in. Vent cover hides the flue. 1

Finished in 2-tone cordovan and beige. 'J
French and English agents I

tempted the glassblowers to sell
U.S. SENATOR
. their secrets. One glassmaker
at
on display now
i f' VOTE NOVEMBER 6th defected, but was stabbed in the -

back by a Council assassin as

pd.pol..d....- he reached the gates of Paris. FLAGLER HARDWARERailroad
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I 'Thursday,November. 1, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA . PAGEFIYE.

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Plants are like people because I iI

.LO C they them.also have criminals among I Call On Us


Police will keep human thieves I

and killers from your home, but .
BAND PARENTS ,i GARDEN CLUBS it is to to i
up you keep plant]I
MEETING CHANGED j DISTRICT MEETING enemies from
I your garden.

The meeting of the Band Par- j I I Flagler Garden Club representatives So keep a wary eye out for I

ents has been postponed to will be attending the killer plants with low morals. When ;"

.. Thursday, November 8. The I I meeting of District Six of the Watch for a plant known as I. .
meeting was scheduled for the dodder-alias love vine. '
Florida Federation of Garden
first; but due to conflicting meet- I I Clubs on November 2, at the It is a known fact that this
ings it has been: changed to next plant has no honorable or
I Student Union Building, Stetson
Thursday.M. I amorous intentions when it be-
I University, DeLand. The meeting -
I is to begin at 10 a. m. with comes attached to one of your I
Y. F. FELLOWSHIPThe ornamentals.So You Need
registration and a coffee on the
Methodist Youth Fellow- I Patio to start at 9 a. m. The beware of this small yel :
ship will meet at the Methodist lowish vine that some people
I Garden Club of DeLand is host-
Church of Bunnell on Sunday ess for (the even. place among their garden plantsfor .
\ evening at 6 o'clock. added beauty. It is a para-
"Count-down for Success" is
Youth from 12 to 21 are in- sitic pest.
to be the theme of he meeting
voted to attend. There will bea The hosts for dodder are manyin
I with Mrs. Jack Dunlap, Jacksonville '
worship program, recreation number. These include most
Federation President, and GOODPrinting
and refreshments. .I I ornamentals and garden veget
I Mrs. Frank Hewlett, Miami ,
ables.
I II i Beach, Federation first vice president
CONFERENCE There
QUARTERLY is a belief that if a
I TO MEET TUESDAY I giving "space-age" suggestions maiden desires to check the sin
for the district
, The first quarterly conference represen- cerity of her swain's love, she
tatives from Brevard,
Flagler,
I will. be held at the church on tosses a length of dodder over
and Volusia Counties.
1 Tuesday evening, November 6, I her left shoulder, then leaves
1 at 7:30. Mrs. J. C. Rountzhan, district and returns in three days.If .

METHODIST CHURCH NEWS director, advises that .her suc- the love vine is still alive-

First Methodist Church of cessor will .be elected at this and in most cases it is because

Bunnell Sunday services:, Sun meeting along with a committee there is nearly always a host

day school at 10 A.M.; morning member from the district to plant available-the beau still "
I worship at 11 A.M. The publicis the state nominating committee.Mr. loves her. (We suspect the males '

invited +to share in both of started this belief.)

these services. and Mrs. Walter Knightwere .Regardless of the method of

in Jacksonville during the I spreading, dodder is an under- .
TRACY LAVERNE LAWTONMr. past weekend. Mr. Knight, was I[sirable pest for the gardener. OFFICE FORMS '_:

and Mrs. W. F. Lawton announce attending the meeting of the Being, incapable of manufacturing "
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the arrival of a daughter: Scottish Rite bodies of the Masonic its own food, the parasite .
born October 23 in the East lodge. sends root.like growths into the II ENVELOPESINVOICES

Coast Hospital in St. Augustine. I host plants, and cheats the or- .
She weighed six pounds and has I Susan Deen, a 1962 graduateof namental' out of its plant food... -

been given the name of Tracy Bunnell High School and a Control measures include hand .

Laverne. ; member of this year's freshman I picking the vine like growth I

class at Rollins College, has re- I from the ornamentals and destroying -

:Mose Atkinson was called' to I I cently become a member, the it by burning.If \ LETTER HEADS .. I

'!I, the Mather Air Force base last Kappa Alpha Theta sorority I seed pods have formed before .
week due to the Cuban crisis. He along.with 18 other' pledges. the pest is spotted, cultivate "

I had been on leave ,for the. past 'Miss 'Deen.Is,tpe.daughter of the soil in the infested area : .'. , BUSINESS CARDS . .
three weeks, - ,- :Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Deen'of Bun I next spring. This will kill "the .. r i I ISTATEMENTS'
I nell. germinating plants before they

Arthur Carle left last week to grow out in search of a host i
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t enlist in the U. S. Navy Air RESOLUTION: ON THE DEATHOF plant. ,
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Force. LUNA M. BABBITT Don't try to destroy dodder
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"God saw the road was getting with chemicals, because chemicals BILL HEADS .

I Mr. and :Mrs. E. J, Dillon of rough I that will kill dodder will

\ Warwick,- R. I., are visiting here. The hills. were hard to climb 'I kill the host plant. 4 '

with her mother, Mrs. Daisyr So gently He closed the weary Now is a good time to divideI ...."..:. '. RULED FORMS : ., ,:
r Buckles, and other members of eyes I many herbaceous prennials, such
I her family. Arid whispered, "Peace be I as daylilies. All that is ,necessary : '
I is TICKETS and TAGS .
I Thine. to spade up a clumpof ,
E. S. :Morris is a patient in Whereas; God in His infinite the. lillies, then divide the .
< .
f the Halifax Hospital in Daytona wisdom saw fit to call toher mass of matted bulbs. With the ., ; .
j Beach where he underwent eternal home our beloved Sister usual care and a bit of luck "

i major, surgery Tuesday morning. Luna M. Babbitt who departed the lilies will hardly know that CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS .

k from this life on September 25th, they have been transplanted. ,
F Mrs. Lily Creal has returnedto 1962. Also, you can cut the bulbsof I "
her home here after spending Therefore: Be It Resolved: that your prized amaryllis to increase : :

two weeks visiting in' Buffalo we shall always cherish her the size of the .

I I and Louisville Ky., and memory and we know that Bun. The hobbyist can Plantings.1

Jacksonville, Florida. nell Chapter No. 93. has lost a fair sized bulb into ,,

worthy member. pieces. The experts can divide

Ralph Choate has returned to Therefore Be It Further Re. the bulb into 60 pieces. .

his home in Jefferson City, Mo. solved: that a copy of this resolution Regardless of your classification
after a visit here with his sister be spread on the records -amateur or expert-be sure We Don't Do The Most ,

Mrs. Lady Allen. of Bunnell Chapter No. 93 Orderof to cut the bulbs vertically so '. j
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the Eastern, Star, a copy sent that each piece has a portionof .
Mrs. Eva Fisher of Miami was to her family and a copy sentto the stem tissue or basal part :
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b a recent visitor here visiting The Flagler Tribune for pub. of the bulb attached.To PRINTING1;

with her sister, Mrs. Maude Holland lication. propagate, insert these : I

j and her family. Lovingly and fraternally sub wedges of bulbs into flats con- . I. !Ii:

mitted, taining a moist mixture of peat But We Do Some of the Best {
r Hollis Derry has returned to Jennie R. Green moss and sand in equal parts. : :

I his home here after a visit with Ludy Brooks In a few weeks small bulblets ,
relatives in Wadsworth, Illinois :Martha Mercer. will begin to form between the
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NOTICE OF OUR NEW These new plants should 'L
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Many other "lily" bulbs are
w : STORE HOURS ready for digging. Ornamental DiaIID'7-3282.. r

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horticulturists with the Agricul-

( tural Experiment Stations say '- -. '. 1
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that bulbs can be dug any
i after the stems begin to turn

f I Mon. Thurs. 8:00 a. m. to 6:00 p.m. yellow. ... '. ,
Once the bulbs are dug, store ,' .;
A FRIDAYS 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., them at temperatures between :. TheFlagler '
40 and 50 degrees F. and do not f
1:00 allow them to dry out. If stor- > I I
s SATURDAYS 8:00 a.m. to p.m. i
age facilities are not available,
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f Phone ID 7-3367 BU Dell, Fla. a good material for packing the .

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< i Green, historian; Allida Tucker,'' helping were: Nancy Wilson, THE BOOKTNOOK"LET .
/ cIIVjkf parliamentarian.Mrs. 3rd grade; Mike Cook 6th grade; PAL PARKER'S. INC.

Amelia McCoy, Mr. Aver- Lbrraine Wyndham, 6th 'grade; THE HURRICANE ROAR1* Automotive Specialty Center I

sctoalVews ly Brown, and Mrs. John Dum- I Sharon Townsend, 4th grade; By Rose Wilder Lane BRAKES RELINED AND LABORFORDCIi $ .:. OPARTS

bald, sponsors of the clubs, werepresent Mary Pache, 4th grade; Mary VnoLET-VLYMONTU
', Senior Class-The Senior Class This story, "Let the Hurricanes OTHERS 9184)5 "-
- Brown and Nell Johnston, 3rd
met Monday to discuss their I: Roar," is one of the most heart 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
' Catherine. Hinson, reporter. grade. Sandy Gumble, Cynthia
; Halloween project their float for warming stories ever written.
I Cobb, and Bruce Eberhardinger
Homecoming, and to elect candidates Freshman Class-The Freshman You will actually feel the real
the teachers.
served coffee to ,
, for Homecoming. Instead Class held a class meeting life of Caroline and Charles. 4
Pache Reporter. THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
Mary ,
.of having the "Seniors' Inferno" Thursday, October 25, to vote "I Caroline and Charles left their

" as previously planned, the Sent for their class motto, class colors Spanish and Science Teachers families in the East and ventured Evinrude Dealer

t irs will feature itwist contestsat and class flower. They voted Visit School On wednesdaY'1 out West to claim some BOATS -'ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

the Halloween Carnival. for "From the lowest depths, October 24th, land and build their very own Dockage Storage free Ramp.

there is a path, to the loftiest :Martinez, third and fourth grades II home. They were blessed witha WE FINANCE
A committee was appointed to first Spanish studio teacher -
year 825 Ballough
heights" as their class motto, big fat baby boy. RdDaytonaCommunity
:select a suitable title for the and Senorita Conchita Aran-
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aqua and silver as their class Charles had to leave Caroline ....
Senior Homecoming Foat. colors, and rosebuds as their go, fifth, sixth, and seventh and the baby and go East to
Barbara Smythe and Quentin i grades second year Spanish stu-
class flower. I find work after the grasshoppers

Emery are. Homecoming candidates Sue Deen, reporter. dio teacher, "of the ETV Pro- ruined his harvest. Caro- I

from the Senior Class. grams visited at BHS with the line encountered many dangers, Memorial ChurchInterdenominational

Carol. Hoskins, reporter. Assembly Program-On Wed- third through sixth grade stu but she was a very courageous i

-*** nesday, October 25, which was dents. After visiting with the and Charles returned j
Beta Club-The Beta Club held woman AIR CONDITIONED
their first meeting of the school United Nations Day, several stu students they met with the elementary -, home to her with enough moneyto
dents from Mr. Craig's American teachers in the library Daytona Ave.
last on October 26, to elect of I
year
ficers. Those elected were: Quen History Class prepared and !I to drink coffee and hold a discussion This is one of the best booksI FLAGLER BEACH

tin Emery, president; Barbara gave informative talks on topicsof I period. Later they vis- have ever read. Won't you, Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
I interest about the United Nations ited with the students at the
Weaver, vice president; Mechele come to our library and"read Church Service 11:00 A.M.
before (the student body at Flagler Beach School. "
Steflik, secretary; Caroline Clifton I it too.Library R.V.. DICK_ RT Paator

treasurer; and Carol Hos- assembly. i I On Friday, October 26,' Bill Assistant EVERYONE WELCOME
Allida Tucker spoke on the
I ins, reporter. :MrS. Manuel and I Nixon and John Hockett, science Mary Brown. ...
Sharon
of the 'UN,
Mr. Hinson are the Beta Club purposes teachers on the ETV Programs, SWAMP CHIEF
Townsend spoke on the organi
faculty sponsors. A brief discussion visited with (the elementary stu By Zachery Ball -"

was, held about new zation of the UN, Nell Johnston I dents at BHS. They met with the If you as a reader are inter- I

members, a service project, and spoke on how the UN functions,j' elementary teachers 'In. the library I I ested in a story of detemination TV SERVICEALL I

the district meeting. Nancy Wilson spoke about the and drank coffee and discussed of person, you should read MAKES

Carol Hoskins. reporter. record accomplishments of I their visit. Later they visited "Swamp Chief."
the UN and Alton Ford spokeon Agent For
with the students at the This is a story of how Joe
Tri-Hl-Y-In a candlelight the important future problems i I Panther persuaded the people of
Flagler Beach School.
ceremony Wednesday, Octob I RCA & PHIL CO
of the( UN.
Homecoming Parade The his clan to accept the laws and
24 7:30 the instal-
er at p.m.
lation of the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Sophomore Class-The Sopho Homecoming Parade will take rules of the white 'man. TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD

officers took place in the school more Class held a meeting at I II place on November 9, after Library Assistant AND INSTALLED

cafeteria. The newly installed i the home of Ida Allen on Mon. school. It will begin at the I Charles Bratcher. TUBES TESTED FREE .

officers are Barbara Smyth, 1 day, October 29. The class decided school, go down Moody Boule- I

president; Nell Johnston, vice to change the class colors to' vard to the red light, turn right ORMOND PRESCRIPTION"

president; Gail Wadsworth, secretary silver and blue. The Sophomoresare and go up to Malphur's Restau PHARMACYSick TV BobFLAGLER

; Linda Cody, treasurer; sponsoring a dance Friday rant, and 'then turn and go backto Room SupplleS-Sundries
The admission fees will school. HOSPITAL SUPPLIES
Catherine Hinson Jen. night. the
reporter; BEACH
Service
hie Bennett Diane be 75c and 100. An entry fee will be made for 24-Hour Prescription I
chaplain; Free Delivery in Flagler Beach PHONE HE 9-2204
The Sophomores are sponsor- floats and cars. All entry fees I .
Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of
ing the hayride at the Halloween must be turned: in to Gail Wads. ORMOND BEACH-"..l"elOR 7-161 .

Carnival. worth by Nov. 5 at the latest.

PETERSON TEXACO Mary Pache, Reporter. November 2 is the deadline for I

SERVICE I FTA-Last week the FTA club all school sponsored clubs and I

ROAD SERVICE members took care of the elementary classes.

Light Mechanical Work I tgrades while (the teach. Grade 8A-On Oct. 26, (the A WTh4kEL4TIjTh I

y = Phone 437-3441 -Bunnell. ers at" tided. -a meeting.. Those section of the Eighth Grade Meld
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., Answer To Puzzle No. 726
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ACROSS 54 Excla- i appointed and on that commit

55 Female G R ASP F' NAIL I tee are: Ann Hugas, Linda Sko-
: 1 Goes In front singing T 0 I L E R A III E L E S RAILROAD
1 6 Assist voice r;' M Ii u. 0 1 E S NEE. E S lar, Alan Jones, Delores Deen -
!. 10 Breathe 56 State of )i E M. EAT iT D. A C 1 and John Johnston. This group : :..
rapidly. being I r N I D. E tHE A' It eRE had
t a meeting at Ann Huga'shouse
; 14 Debate undefined A E RID. I eRE IE P RUBLIC
r-15 Bewildered 60 Ogle 0 E E PEN EO. eRE S 1 S and selected a theme _
-tf 16 Region 61 Coffin star rl! TOR. P 0 A which hasn't been voted on by
tThflTL:1v
T R. TOR U E N 1 S
17 postpone62 Goddess of IL I T E the class.
i ment peace ERROR FOR STORE .
20 Kind 63 Oceans M E E T. CRETE A V U IIII Johnnie Ruth Miller, Reporter.
I 1 E :! JERRY CARTER has been a most loyal ,
4'E: U !!!! T -E. and faithful public servant to you . .
t 23.Period;of 'c ROT 0 N III A V I E S Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune the residents of Florida and deserves r

.( time DOWN AuEN0 STERN S2.50 A Year In Advance your continued vote and support.
,:_ 24 Pie pen
.. 25 Go by 1 Fall behind MM?.. . . . . . . . .... Regardless of whether you vote as a
i' Kind of Mistake .18 River 39 Word unit ' Democrat or Republican . You can
27 lettuce 2 3 Greek islands 41 Begin O. F. ALFORD vote'and keep Jerry Carter your Commissioner of Florida Railroad and'
28 Painful market 19 Property 42 Animal foot r. Public Utilities. '
Registered
Male child 45 Vegetable
29 Consumed 4 Tubular 24 46 Malt drinks JERRY CARTER has the experience as your Commissioner in dealing with
\ O2 Make butter runway 25 26.God Bards of war 47 Avoid duty Estate Broker the intricacies of transportation and utility rate regulations plus his
: 4 35 Page 5 Indian 48 Insects solid background' and knowledge of the astute handling of commission
27 Weep I
; 36 Negative weight
business.
word 6 Fast 28 Large ocean 49 Make Bunnell Florida

',. 37 Optimist7 Italian fish 50 Sounds amends N...._._. .. . ..atir..lliM
I. 38 Defeats family 29 30 Measures Poker stake of 51 Lubricate j I JERRY CARTER ha ;Saved ftpridc* Residents '
39 Volcano 0 Hawaiian
weight 52 Dagger FREE PAINTOne
40 Sugar
garland
t 41 Files 31 Greek letter 53 Notion $200,000,000.ltt .
poking nearly
,
42 Iron utensil (Pi.) 54 Prayer extra gallon of your choice

43 44 Speak Footllke part '10 Lanes 32 33 Cut Rubber short tube 55 Combining ending with each gallon you buy Oft J $A$ and *HONl illlS,

I Operatic form: blac;:'
-. 45 Sack solo f 34 Employs 57 Abate Mary Carter Paint Store
r t 46 Food fish 12 Gaseous 35 Closes 58 Narrow JERRY CARTER'S PREVIOUS RECORD
47 Stitch light tightly Alao Westacate .h oplnr Center
.! 48 Obese 13 Water 38 Feather 59 inlet Ventilate TALLAHASSEE AREA -Jerry Carter was directly responsible for refundsto ,
51 Willow container scarves I the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company in North Central
VICTOR
.{; l rS 6 9 1Q 11 1 13f RCA and Northwest Florida of nearly $1 I million.

'I' LIVING COLOR TV SOUTH FLORIDA ( ) arse rate reductions on Florida Power
"LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE and Light Co. were ordered by the commission in 1957 reducing
IN TilE WINDOW" electric light rates $4,725,000 annually. Another $200,000 In '60, another -
1 Southern Radio & Television 6Y. million in 1960 and another for $2 million. Total nearly $15
Std E. Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001 million in this vast area alone.
t -- ORMOND
21 PENSACOLA The Commission ordered rate reductions of $257,501
'li annually went Into effect January 1958. (Gulf Power Co.)

24 2S 6y JACKSONVILLE Refunds In gas amounted to $105,727 (Jacksonville

28 1r m IP 3Klagler OfrUmnr! Gas Co.)

MADISON Commissioner Carter brought before the commission the
i DUNNE* FLORIDA phone company serving Madison, Into a public hearing on rates and an
J 2 3 34f inadequate and inefficient service.Charges were cut ONE HALFI! This

,. J action spurred other phone companies In the 'state fo Install more
). 37 38 MRS.' Yo B. FULLER. Editor modem and efficient equipment under the supervision and throughthe

I cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commission.
41 1 .
Designated Official Publication

for Public Notices of Flagler ALL FLORIDA- Reduced rates for natural gas Have gone Info effect allover
3 3 the state by order of the Commission.Jerry.Carter's first act was
County Municipalities therein to urge Investigation and It resulted In the first statewide 10 percent
48 49 50
: 46 7 and the State of Florida reduction of exchange phone charges; and abolished a SOe per month
4S1 charge for desk and hand phones.
52 53 54 SS
Entered ,as ,second class matter

1Y February 6. 191!. at the poatofflce
*e-fl cf JEIEY .
W.CA
at Bunnell. Florida under act of
61 62PUZZLE
.. '" March 3. 1876. RTIRCOMMISSIONER

'.-1- 63 : flORIDA RAHJOAD t WtlK UTaitlfS Cr vo 2
; One year .'-$2.50

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FOLGER'S Henderson's SuperfineSUGAR
/ / 'fl .'MD S'T'ORE
; i "i.fil\i .GlTi
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( COFFEE _ REST MEATS ,1 'ze
\ 4' I f.
I POUND - 5 POUND Q
CAN 38' BAG'
I Limit More eF a Order$5.00 PRICES, GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY- MOV. 1-2:3,1962 Limit More.One Food With Order$5.00 or

,- NO STAMPS, NO GIMMICKS,. NOTHING TO SAVE BUT MONEY!

\ THAT'S RIGHT. YOU GET the BESTEST and MOSTEST for YOUR MONEY HERE.
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J It's later than you think. Order that Thanksgiving Turkey Now! ,

GRADE A WESTERN BEEF ROUND BONEROAST

CHUCK ROAST POUND 58* POUND 68 '
(;' :
CLUB OR ROUNDSTEAK COPELAND'S TENDER

I.. POUND 9S Sulked Picnics. 38<


t': Palm River Sliced Bacon, Pound . '480' Lykes All Meat Wieners, 12 Oz. Pkg. 38

K 303 DEL MONTE GOLDEN CREAM STYLE II 303 GREEN GIANTPEAS .

i CORN., 5 Cans . 88 5 Cans . 98

303 BRITE RED No.'1 VAN CAMP 21/2 SHOW BOAT 303 FRANCO AMERICAN
:, Tomatoes, 8 for 88 I Pork& Beans,8 88 I Pork & Beans,5 88* I Spaghetti, 7 98

21J SOUTHERN 46 SHURFINE \

1 PEACHES.3for. :}" 68 Grapefruit Juice FoR: 98c' .
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BEACHNUT STRAINED i BAKERITE SUNSWEET

Baby Food m ,58* Shortening Prune Juice fit: : 58*

SHURFINE LB.CAN 48* HOLSUM
: < .Limit One With Jan or 2 .D.
Salad 3S
Dressing 38 Food r$5'OOGrape Jelly JAR l

LARUTA WHITFIELD FRESH KOSHER '

l r. CORN BEEF, 2 11 A:s. 78* DILL PICKLES, 2 BARS 58* ;,1 I 1'

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MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANTCOFFEE : \
TETLEY
r 60Z.JAR 88 TEA BAGS PACKAGE OF
j 64 BACS 6S :]
' ENERGY ALL PURPOSE DETERGENT :
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I SOAP POWDER, 2 BB I s 38* BLEACH 2 QIAlrs' 28 j

FROZEN FOODS .- ,
71fi OZ.SARA LEE .. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES f
CHICKEN, PACKAGE -. -'s 58* EXTRA FANCY FRESH CRISP .

_NET COST ONLY 16c AFTER GET$1.00 YOU REFUND.SEND IN_TWO; LABELS AND .CAULIFLOWER, .. . ... Lb. 10
NO. 1 CAMPBELL'S U.S.NO.1 LONG ISLAND WHITE .
Potato, or Ham aid Pei Soup, 2 for 38* POTATOES Lb. Bag ; ; 38*
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Ie* PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday November I, 1962

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If you can't have the best of 1 i Radio Telescope I EXPLAINS STATUS OF if each of us will make his own progress is made and the plans

everything, make the best of I CIVIL DEFENSE preparations as outlined abovewe become more congealed some

everything you have. Probes Jupiter I Ii (Continued from' page 1) should come through in changes in the above-described
I 1 1i pretty good shape if the emerg- situation will'undoubtedly take
\ j i ent time which will A giant new radio telescope with the operation of the ency should arise. place. Your Board will see to it

CLASSIFIED I I may help solve some of :the mys Studios.It Civil Defense that you will be kept informed.
:
plans are necessarily
teries of the giant planet Jupi
i I
appears, therefore, that with- in a fluid stage at the I DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION
ter.
in a reasonable length of time present moment. However, as CIVIL DEFENSE. 1

ADS I ILlatlap The 300-foot-wide electronic Flagler County will have a fallout i

I "dish" at Green Bank, West Virginia shelter capacity to accom-

I 3 eeat per aster word tIWI each keadiag. lMertlB are. 1 I recently detected in one modate its entire population. FOR

79 cent !. minimum cluurce. 1 day as many radio emissions So much for the shelters
I PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
FREEZER SPECIAL-4.6 lb. average i from Jupiter as smaller instru i themselves.

stewing hens 50c each, ments have recorded in a month. i As for the food supply: 'ConII CANCER

(live only). Call ID 73579. SteveS. 1 trary to some reports which gave
Cyzycki, Korona. ll-l-2tp. from Tuning in is on radio astronomical signals II the impression that Food Kits AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
Jupiter an .
supplied by the Federal Government
innovation the National Geographic T. COOK AGENCY
ATTENTION: Ladies in Bunnell -I are now on hand to stock .
Not until 'Phone ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida )
and surrounding areas who are Society says. these shelters, this is not the !

r interested in full or part time 1955 did astronomers learn that I case. Those of you who listened

employment. For complete Information I Jupiter was emitting long- I I to Governor Bryant's message

write Mrs. C. Crosby, I wave radio signals. I on Monday evening learned that

Route 2, Box 179 Starke, Fla. it take the Federal Government
.x.

may
I It was a surprising discovery, 24 HourWrecker .
Nov. .15-3tp i because planets usually transmit I several months to stock Service '

FOR SALE-Good wheelchair.Call I only short waves generated all .the shelters with Food Kits. ..'

ID 73558. Nov. 1-ltc t by heat. The source of Jupiter's I Up to the time of writing, Flag

I long waves still is unknown. ler County has not received any Flagler Truck & Tractor Co .

FOR SALE-1 Hobart well pump I Several: theories are current I kits, nor any definite promiseof

complete with tank and motor'I Tremendous StormsAstronomers I delivery. MASSEY-FERGUSON :j

c in good condition. Call 4392387. Which means just one thing:
have variously Grove Farm. Industrial Equipment '
Nov. l-ltpWANTEDWoman I Until a sufficient quantity'of
the
speculated that signals erne-
Food Kits hand each VIRGIL DECKER ID 7-3242
nate from tremendous electrical are on per Phone h
to care for
at First Baptist Church storms; from electrons trapped son must be prepared to bring J Owner Bunnell, Florida !,,
nursery
his 2 weeks food
to
, own supply
_. on Sundays for six weeks. For and energized by the planet's I .
the shelter, as well as a supply
': more details contact Mrs. De- magnetic field; from the sun's I 4a
, of water for those shelters wherea
wayne Metts at ID 73531. effect on Jupiter's ionosphere; or I" (
water is
not
supply definitely -
Oct* 18-Itpi from powerful disturbances deep assured. In addition to food CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
l. .. within (the planet itself. and I
FOR SALE-Half ton 1958 Chevy water, ,each person should bring
t i In any case, the strength of
; pickup truck, good as new $1000. a warm blanket. and warm A. IL CRAIG Funeral Director
the radio waves indicates enormous -
I 707 East Lambert Ave.ID 73745. clothing plus any special medication JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
sources of energy-the equiv
Oct. 11-4tc they may require.To .
J'I. alent of 10 large hydrogen bombs OXYGEN
I prepare for a fallout
:. i FOR SALE OR RENT-In Flag. exploding every second. By the emergency on short notice is a CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I' I EQUIPPED

r ,ler Beach Fla. 2 bedroom cot- time the signals complete their considerable undertaking and AMBULANCES

t: J. tage.. Living ,room bath, kitch 'half billion-mile journey to requires the cooperation of all I

f 'enette, breezeway, garage. Show. earth, they sound like surf of us. The County Government i Phone ID 7-3532
breaking on a pebbly beach. An
: er in utility room. Good water.OW can assure you that it will continue .
* English astrophysicist said that 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
!. service, 3 lots 50 x 150 each. its effort (to that end, and !' .
r if the signals were being sent -- ---- __ ____ __ I
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I. furnished.ALSO FOR SALE by "little men" they must havea .

"most monotonous hit parade. . .
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k' Iron bed, springs and mattress '
s' "
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Another mystery is the composition -
. 510; 2 burner oil heater stove
: of the huge planet,
good, $10. Call :at 319 6th St. : ."il
i which is bigger in mass and VISITOR "
- Flagler Beach, Florida. ,
r.. volume than all (the solar sys ,
r
Oct. 11-2tc .
t, tem planets put together. The "

l, REFINISIfING-Furniture refln-_ "equatorial diameter of Jupiter why not trade this i . } !
:
.. ished and repaired. Experienced 88,700
lQ on antiques. Chairs recaned. 7,900 miles.,.Jupiter's vast globe

i-:'. Tel. 4392007. 10-11-tf could hold 1,300 earths, but it :
,tifb >fR'Xf {? '< D'S: !X ) :: ; }})!;}? { { -i ;
is only 300 times heavier.

t; WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) cus- Jupiter's relatively light weight ...,.:.

:.'- tomers. Call Harris Appliance & suggests that a large part of .T

. Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. the planet, perhaps all of it, : I7t 'It- .
I
f Aug 30-tfc consists of gas-but in forms :

unknown on earth. ;-
ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE-:
One ,widely held holds '
theory \
i: ; Repossessed due to unfortunate .1
f circumstances. 62 model, perfect that Jupiter is made up chieflyof
-:
Much of the t
hydrogen. gas
.
condition. Sews forward and re-
is so compressed by tremendous .
f>. verse, makes buttonholes, sews -< :.
.. pressure near the center of ,the
on buttons, embroiders & monograms -
that it is in effect
planet a
darns & patches, tacks
metal.
" t & hems, etc. Assume 6 payments -

of $7.75. CL 5-1161, Daytona Another theory suggests that

. Beach; Sept. 13, 5tp. Jupiter has a rocky, metallic!I ...for this?
core 37,000 miles across, overlaid I
FOR SALE L.P. Bulk Gas. We by an ice layer 17,000 miles f a Ij I

will fill your tank or we will thick, which in turn is coveredby 'Ij,. j

furnish you with a tank. Call a heavy, ammonia methane- 1 1I
Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at hydrogen atmosphere. I I

ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. Great Red Spot

Aug. 3OUcSEPTIC Perhaps the greatest Jovian 1I I

mystery is the Great Red Spot, 1I j
TANK-cleaning reason
an oval-shaped object in :the
able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID
southern half of the planet.
7.3410 5.17-11.17-paid I
When first observed in 1664, the

EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn spot was brick red and covereda \

TV 'Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing < bigger surface than the earth's Fir

Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and circumference. Since then, astronomers I

all ,small appliances. All work have watched its color '.w.. :% i' .. :. .

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, change from salmon pink to

sn w. Granada next Eleven a greenish white.

Ormond Beach Fla. Phone 677- The spot seemingly is not attached

4114. May 17-tfc to the solid portion of
Jupiter and drifts like a huge

Ocean front housekeeping apart- raft in the sea. Astronomers believe
"
: ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete it actually is a solid body

with linens and all utilities. suspended in Jupiter's dense .

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, atmosphere. It could be metallic /

loafing. Day, week or month. hydrogen or solid helium. Thousands do. Every week. They came as visitors. ..and "

r Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. The Great Red Spot and other wound up as residents.

HE 9.2082 7-6tf features of Jupiter will be pictured While you're playing in the Florida sun, give some thought .

in the forthcoming: atlas, to staying in the Florida sun. Take off your sun glasses and ',

"A Photographic Study of the look beyond the surf the sand, and the palm trees. You'll find

:.. JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER a progressive ..
Brighter Planets," produced by energetic economy. with an increasing: influx .
of new businesses and industries... '
BEACH REALTY CO. and
'" perhaps your opportunity .
.
the Lowell Observatory of Flag- , .
r LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT I of a lifetime! "!
: staff, Arizona, and the National ;
t i WATER FRONT, FARMS, Geographic Society. The atlas Remember, if you like Florida for a few weeks of leisure,

ACREAGE i + you'll love it for a lifetime.It's a great state for living _K C". 'Il.
detailed :'
t See us,for your real estate need will reproduce: pictures close for working for playing...for the whole family! @ -' .
of Jupiter and relatively
Office Phone HE 9-2242 .
neighbors-Mercury, Mars Venus FLORISA POWER & '.
LICHT COMMNY
Residence- Phones ID 7-3691 and Saturn. ; .,. '-
;;- or ID 7-3517 l Helping BuOd FloridaII .
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