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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
October 2, 1969
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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).

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i VOL. 37 NO. 41 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2., 1969 $3.50 A TEAR. .


Flagler County Composite
\ \ AT LOCAL MEETING Civil Air. Patrol members are'urged
1\ .I"", to 'attend a ,meeting County Board )
'J' At 'a meeting of Flagler
Thursday night' to complete,
, rl County Cattlemen's Association The Flagler Board of Coun
. plans for the annual turkey
I Inc. last' week Judge T. ty Commissioners met In
I shoot sponsored by the' group.
'"+. K. McKnight and Sheriff A. session
P. special Monday eve-
The meeting is at 7:30 m.
Edmonson both pledged and decided to do what
con ning
tlnued enforcement of Tres. at the Bunnell Airport. Tickets could to the Crid
i will' be' distributed to mem- they oppose
pass Laws as amended by __ er Plan 'which would consolidate .
bers to Mrs. Jan
.' last session of, the Legisla __ Flagler County with St.
", ture." ___ Johns, Putnam.and Clay
At the same time Sheriff __ counties '
? Edmonson cattle.' ADULT EDUCATION
. encouraged __ Commissioner George Wick-
men and landowners to be' __ CLASSES AT' BHS line reported that he had just

come bonded to assist In ap ___ It is not too late to enroll returned from a meeting of
prehension of Illegal tres.. __ In'the Adult Education classesat the State Association) of County -
passers. Edmonson cited the ___ Bunnell High School. Commissioners where he

problem of 'his limited staff, ; __ Everyone is eligible and those had learned that. the bill for
\ but pledged full cooperationwith interested may resigter at the 'county consolidation was
the men he has availa school scheduled. for a hearing be.
""" f '"W 2' 'M; ''< -
ble.Judge Classes offered include fore the Local Government

McKnIght stated that Lions ,Club President ,Howard Lerch, left, and Lion Fred Math Science, Social Studies, Committee in Tallahasseenext
prosecution would be as strictas and Gen. Monday.
Art, English, Tpying
are shown getting ready for the club's.HdUoween
possible under the, law. -Fruits' candy eral Education. Classes are Wlckllne said that the
I sale.. Each club member Is with
assisting the sale and
J (For 'a, summary of the new pro conducted in the evenings State Association was unanimously
Trespass 'Law see last week's ceeds go toward the sight conservation program. from , 9:30. opposed to the Cri

and today's edition of the der Plan and was urging all


In other action cattlemen VISITS FLAGLERState ,, ,. ..."--...,. J 7C. = Tallahassee to attend the
discussed<< the law pertaining' O W S' f hearings and try to kill. the,
'.' .' to discharge of firearms on a :Senator J. H. Williams .Sf fr. bill in committee.

"paved, public road, highway' was a visitor in Flagler County Wickline urged the Boardof

.... or street." It was brought out Monday afternoon. '" County Commissioners to

',. that this permitted discharge Senator: Williams expressed .. attend the hearing and asked
), of firearms on the road right- apposition to the Crider a" that"civic organizations send
.. '
'I of-way but not on or across Bill and stated that he would in resolutions opposing the

j; the paved portion: Judge Mc vote against it in Its present' :4r Crider Bill. He said that some

I, Knight stated this opinion form if the bill reached the type of Home Rule had been

had been given by State Attorney .Senate. recommended as the legal
: ... General Faircloth. Williams stated that a bill method of protecting Flagler

In, a resolution cattlemen for consolidation of counties .'a County in the future.;
. pledged to 'work through the, .should. have a referendum' so -. 1T 4 p lbL Present::at:the meeting were
; -, State Association in 'attempting that the people of the, coun L. E. Wadsworth, president of,
I ', to have this law' changed: ties being proposed for consolidation Flagler Chamber of Com-

'' It was,(thought by ,all present could have a vote Photo By Ted Heliining ..' merge and several directors
that, the law should make it on. whether not'they want who asserted their desire to
qr ,
S QOLStud tF pla
nt.Councihshqwp. _
t The ,ituz I31gh )! ,,, P '
q',,.. : ", Illegal to,?,discharger:::Arearms, ed./cqnSoUdatfon',, /- '- '" '"sesslcmtyfriday afternoon in ,the school's library' making TceepTTagler as an Independ 1 1ent"
or take a'' ,stand with the 'intent The Tribune invited Senator county. Wadsworth ''stat.
to discharge firearms on Williams to be a guest writerat plans for 'Hameeomlhg October 10. ed that.he would calla meeting

public' road, or the road por.. an early Issue to explainthe The council Is. sponsoring the Homecoming parade which : of the Chamber Board to

tion itself. ,. proposed constitutional starts i at 3:30 p. m!. Friday.: Prizes will be awarded in the float 'adopt a resolution opposingthe
\ The groupalso took actionin amendment, to be'voted, on in and car divisions. V county ''consolidations.

\ opposition to the proposed November. He agreed to write Coach Jack Hardln,,' standing, is the council's sponsor. 'Officers Wadsworth pointed out that

" "< rider' Bill" that would such an,article so that voters are.LesaT Kriight, president; Kay Perryman,'vice president; the Chamber of Commercehad

'. ,1 merge' Flagler County :With could understand what they Denise Tucker, secretary;,Sheila Johnston, treasurer; and Hutch been trying to get.a county -
three other counties., Lettersof were being called upon to study committee appointedin
\ '
at arms. .
King, sergeant
opposition will be sent to vote for.RED past years to come up witha

legislative officials, Governor : charter type county govern
' Kirk and all County Cattle CROSS F. B. TAXPAYERS' OVER SEVEN ment system that would save

Associations. DITTY BAG Flagler County from consol
.. '. !Two cases of cattle being PRAISE CITY''COMMISSION INCHES OF idation.
:, Illegally shot and killed were QUOTA PASSED The County Commissioners

'brought ont including suspects The Flagler Woman's Club ACTIONThe RAIN HERE:: .. 'present voted to postpone,the

". names. Cattlemen were was 'quite busy Monday filling Flagler Beach Taxpayers Rainfall deluged the area regular meeting scheduled for

asked to watch for these In. the Red Cross Ditty Bags Association voted to com this week with Bun. next Monday to the following .
again ,
I' dividuals., .President Raymon and the smiles on their faces mend the "Flagler Beach City nell about the wettest spot In Monday (October 13th) in or-
" Tucker presided. indicated that they had surpassed Commission its progress in the der that Board members could
their quota of 50 ditty' clearing the city's streets of county. attend the hearing in Talla ,
bags for Flagler County. Last week the area received hassee.
trash, debris, and etc., when
COUNTY BOARD The Flagler Woman's Club they met''' Monday night. They 8 inches of rain causing floodIng Mayor Hubert Pelllcer, Bun

MEET POSTPONED represents the American Red also noted the city's> progressIn throughout the county.A nell, Tax Collector .Dale
Cross in Flagler County and restoring the city park. total of 7.60 Inches of Brown Tax Assessor Don
The regular meeting of the they undertook the project to President W. G. Richter told rain was recorded by the Moore and Sheriff P. A. Ed. .\

I Board of County,Commissioners 'fill 50 ditty bags to be sent the1 taxpayers "The final daysof Florida Forest Service at monson attended the special

. : has been changed from to servicemen in Vietnams The the 1969 Legislature were Wadsworth Tower from 8 a. board meeting. ,

Monday (October 6th) to Mon. quota for both Volusia and productive". In the past cities m. Monday to 8, p. m. Tues i.2',
day (October 13th) so that Flagler Counties was 600. and counties have often putdifferent day. The rain gauge at T- BEACH ROAD IS, ',

i h County Commissioners can 'attend Organizations. all over ,the ', values on the same Double L Ranch showed 10:55: BEING-WIDENED '

a public' hearing of the county' 'assisted Mrs. Jasper property, now the county assessment Inches for the same period. AND RESURFACED : "

,. A' Local Government Committee White and Mrs. Flossie will 'be'used and the The heavy rainfall again .
,in Tallahassee ,Monday at Haines bycontributIng one or cities must use Its valuations. flooded the courthouse, area Three contracts totalling' ,
noon in room 309 Capitol more ditty bags. The listing Richter added "Cities are los and Moody Blvd., in front of $429,839 were executed recently -
includes: Flagler Beach Qar- the for highway construc-
Building. ing their independent assess. Medical Arts Building
tion in the Fifth District, according
This will automaticallychange den Club, Korona CommunityClub ing powers, says the Legis. 'and several other sections in ''
<< the date of the local Flagler Woman's Club, lature". Bunnell.' to State Department

I, public hearing on the closing American Legion Post, Senior Members discussed the Nov The FFS measurements Indicate of Transportation District En.

of a road in Artesia Park from Citizens, Flagler Beach ,W, ,S. vember 4 Special Election. It. the county gineer. C. A. Benedict.
C. S., Flagler Beach Community averageof The projects, included 7.891
t October 6th ,to, October 13th. Church. was announced the election rainfall for September 1968 miles construction on ,SR 100, ,
concerns an ammendment to was 3.50 Inches compared to
Disabled Veterans, Haw between U. S. 1 In Bunnell
the State Constitution to allow the: September' 1969 record of
SR A1A In Flagler Beach.oJ "
LODGE Creek Community Club, Catholic
to sell bonds ,
the State Cabinet 20.9 Inches. Tom Lenssen at of
Church, Bunnell Lions Macasphalt Corporation -
: TO HOLD PAST and borrow money agaln'StUt1llty Double! L reported the Septem.
awarded the
v Club, Flagler Beach 'Lions Lakeland, was
Tax levied by the ber rainfall in that ,
Club, and Flagler Beach First' $261,786 contract and will be (
Past Masters Night will be Baptist Church State. the Cityof area was 19.49 inches. allowed 100 working days to
discussed was
held at Bunnell Lodge No. The different organizationswere Also hike of September should prove to complete ,the project now un i
Beach tax
Flagler be' the wettest month of the t "
200 at 6:30: p. m. on 'Tuesday; invited to participate in 2, mills which raised the mil- derway.
October 7th, according to an filling the bags at the Wom; lage to 10 mils.} A committee year.. It is reported the road will' 1
announcement made by Gabe an's. Club Monday afternoon. appointed to get details be widened 4 feet. 1
Neeley, Master of Bun!nell The ditty bags were identified on why,the city;needs to 'raise s

Lodge. according to which organization ,the tax mlllage... BULLDOG'S 1969 FOOTBALL ,SCHEDULE .
Neeley said the session presented the gift. '
would open at 6:30: p..m.'with, -, Sheriff P.' A. Edmonson are Oct. 3 -.._..-.....-..-.::.-.I.: ..:.:...St. Joseph ._.......,.... Home

the first section .of degree :.'J fanged to have'the ditty bag BAKE SALESATURDAY Oct. 10 .....__...*....:*,,.NM..TayIdr} : High,,- .... Home

work which would be followed .." ':carried to the Red Cross" office" A. M. Oct. 17 _... .......-........-:..,-.....Florida' Deaf C t.....?.. ..: Away

by a supper In the Lodge in The:Daytona FI'agler'Woman's,Beach.. 'Club'has '' Bunnell 'High]! School fresh Oct. 24 ........:......_....:...:..::._-._.Baldwin ..._.....?.._..._.. Home ..

Dining Room. Oct. 31 ..... ....... ;. :... ....Hawthorne: Home
Masters Night Is an handled::Itad Cros9 work man class Is ,sponsoring' a --- ._._. ...____..
annual Past affair'' of Bunnell In Flagler County r'the past bake sale Saturday ,morning Nov. 7..-......,... ..__.f..-.__?.__.:Father, Lopez ......_._ Away'

Lodge in'which all past mast-, eight years, as,a worthwhile October ,4 at 9:00: in. front of Nov. 14 :.._.-...-.--:.:-:?.*,......_..Hastings. ....__.__......... A 1(1ay'Nov. ;'

ers are Invited to participate. community service. the Bunnell post' office. ., 21 ...----..--...-.?-.-.;-,....,__....West, Nassau ...._..__.. Awaye ,



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Siluylrr Tribune
Enter: i &a aecond claaa matterFebruary
INCORPORATED 0. 1913, at the -
BQNNELL FLORIDA nu"nnel1. F16rlda.: under C E ( ,Lean Western "FIRST CUT"
..y Act of March 3. 1876. r C I4
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Kdlt Pork
BE2m& S. Mcr.A I'sL: One Year I P-ISO
o' 4.>News, Editor r Six Mo.... ..-..................,
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Outld FI..I.r C unty
loelPll Adverth.leg'EDITORIALCRIDER S4.OO Pes Year lb. 58

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writing our editorial last week we are glad to learn S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK 4l
than: action Is being taken to oppose the Crider Plan to consolIdate '

< counties. The Crider Plan would do away with, Flagler ROAST :; lb. 5S
County, and combine us \vitl\ St. Johns Putnam and Clay.
County Commissioner George WIckline attended a Estate
.County Association meeting last week and learned that the

State Association of County Commissioners including all the U. S. D: A. ChoiceCHUCK '
big counties was vigorously opposing the Crider Plan..
It was learned that a special hearing is being held on the ;
Crider Bill in Tallahassee next Monday by the Local Government STEAK .: .I'b. 68
.. of the House of Representatives. The State Association of
County Commissioners is 'endeavorIng to have all counties represented -
at the
Clerk of Court hearing.George M. Moody informs us that the'Clerks Frosty Morn "SMOKED" SHOULDER ((6-8 Ib. Avg ) SLICED FREEPICNICS
over the state are strongly opposing the Crider Plan.
We learned last month from one of our state legislators that *
the Crider Bill is "top priority" and ready for hearings In hopes' Ib. 45ALL
that it will have an early ballot in the 1970 session.
Apparently the state organizations are going to make an
all-out attempt to kill the bill in committee. We stated last week
that the bill would have tough sledding in the Senate. We -
heartily agree that the best strategy is to kill the bill while it Choice Juicy Streak O'Lean.
is still iii Local Government,Committee.
rrhere is still time for local organizations such as Chamberof MEAT STEW WHITE BACON ,
and service clubs to send
Commerce veterans organizations lb. lb.
resolutions to the Local Government Committee opposing the 68e SSe

Crider Plan. >'
You as individual! citizens have the right also to be heardin -4
this issue which is so important (Ito: Flagler County. Write a Fresh Florida trade '"A" D & D ((2-21/a lb. Avg.)' LIMIT 2 PLEASE
letter to one ,or all of the members of the Local Government .
Committee.. ",
The committee is as follows: : <
WHOLE lb. 29
Paul Danahy Hlllsboro Chairman. : ,
George Firestone Dade Vice Chairman;'\ ;." i ; ,
Lewis Whitworth Dade. '<.:, '" .: '.. "

John,Crider Duval *4V *,
.J. Worth Nease Duval. ?%. ". .&,:.* .

'; Henry Lavon John Ware J.Ward Promlnskl- Pinellas.- Broward. Broward. "' "' .*:..'" ',. I "OUR OWN" Bar-B-Qued Ribs lb. $1"

1 Tommy Stevens Hlllsboro Citrus Pasco Hernando.

Richard.J. Talisman Brevard Osceola Indian River,'Okee-. Ga. Red '(Limit 3 Please) No. 303 'Can
chobee. ... "
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Henton D.., Elmore Santa. Rosa Walton/ OkaloosaHolmes: TOMATOES E" 10e: ;' ,' ,'''', FOLGER'SCOFFEE '

Washington.Cecil \ ,
Z. Bothwell Orange Seminole. Big R (Limit 3 Please) JNo.. 303 Can
David Clark Martin Palm Beach. .
William G. Roberts .' Dade, Monroe. S&N ,BEANS each 100Friskies 1 i4715
Mail the letters to State Capitol ,Tallahasee Florida 32304.
This Is'the action multiplied by the other 41 counties being "Meat-Liver-Chicken" 1 lb. CanDOG ,
consolidated that will save Flagler County. ( Ea. with $5.00 or more food''order

John A. Clegg FOOD. Plea'ae:' ? OeLimit'l

er rewards than the conquestof Martha White (Plain or S. R.)

I. Too Late worthwhile.outer'-space seems more FLOUR, 5 gag 49C Joe Grain's Grade "A"

I am proud that the American ,
j I flag flys on the Moon 16 oz. (6-Pac Carton) Plus Deposit MEDIUM EGGS
: To Classify but not so proud 'that I am
By Russell Kay content problems to still see unsolved.our earthly As R C COLA 3ge .Dozen

Now that we have determ we seek greater glory in' outer Z 98e
ined at the cost of several space must we go down the ,_ _
billion dallars that neither,, drain here on' earth when the DIXIE CRYSTAL
the Moon nor Mars offer:much forces of hate rebellion inflation ,
hope of life as we know It ,, and Godliness wrap SUGAR
and the prospect of establish. their slimy ,tentacles aboutus '- BORDEN'S
ing bases or colonization is at it has destroyed other
very remote and bound to be nations through history? SOl: 3'lc
extremely costly must we Technical prowess is all ;; ICE MilK'Limit
continue to spend additional very well but it has providedus
billions 'on space explorationwhen with the knowledge to destroy 1 with $5.00 or more food order
we have so many all life on earth and we HALF
acute problems here. on now live in the crator of a GALLONAss't 39'
r earth? 1 volcano that can erupt'at any FRESH PRODUCE, ( Flavor ,
We have shown 'that we time. Our future as a result
ran beat the Russians and If rests on our ability to influence '-
4 lb. BAGAPPLES, .
they wish to burden their peo- the action or reactionof
ple with the cost of continued a few individuals. Human Each .
exploration why not let them beings like ourselves who 49. *
do so? .What benefit will we hold the power of. life and BREEZE
derive from continued,explor death over every person on Young TenderOKRA .
ation of the Moon? Why send earth. One false move one lb.
more' spaceships on a wild mistake one misunderstanding .. 29C GIANT -
goose ,chase? It the so-called could set off a holocaust 47SIZE"
U... S. prestige worth It? Have that would end life on this Juicy RED ,- .
n't we proven to the'world our planet and all the ABMs dew: Ib Limit '
ability and can't we take it lines and hot lines would not GRAPES 19e: 1 with $5.00 or order
: \ on at 'a later date if the occasion prevent it.America. ... ,
demands? wants peace Russia .
:la it unpatriotic or unreasonable wants peace. China wants ,.
: ", to urge that for the peace along with numerous
next few years we ,give consideration minor nations but only on .,.
to our earthly their own terms and only on t
;:I .: problems poverty hunger the action of a few powerful
pollution, and the like before leaders who have their fingers
r. spending additional billions on the button 'and faith ROOD RODGERS STORE
tt when the outlook Is so bleak? in theirability. to call the ,
Let's be. content with,. our ,::1..'t 1tn. ?, "HUH IIIH""Ml
r' progress tb' 'date and devote ; None of it makes ,any senses II"1"
ourselves In 'an,efforrto'solve yet It is what we hap-
our earthly'problems'before' it less people of.,earth face today
t. 'Is too late., Here on 'garth, our My prayer Is that God OPEN SUNDAYS PU" .
'1' find,the secrets of the will have pity and bringus Phone 437-3227
and to before it is SiOO ..m1100'p.JD.
' .,: seas,that surround us our senses '
'::- which. promise, muct:, great. to late Quantity Right<< Reserved Prices Good October .S5 No. 1 BUN NELL
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FLORIDA STATE tion,, as opening and closing CHURCH SUNDAY.SERVICES OCTi: : 5 [VII CHURCH '

PARK CAMPGROUNDSGUIDE hours, standard facilities, who "Ye Judge after the flesh; I amss'
can use family camping areas, "
judge no Bible
youth camping, length of
complete guide to Flori verse from John is Includedin '
stay, checkout time, types of 10I
da's 31 state park camgroundsIs the Lessotl-Sermon to be '\ _
camping rigs allowed, "
available In a new color camping procedures, fees, how read in all Christian Science -'" -

brochure Just off the press;, to make advance reservationsand Churches this Sunday. All are FLAGLER COUNTY
State Parks Director Bill Miller Invited to attend.A FRIENDLY CIRCLE
how to purchase an an
announced today. nual camping pass.A passage from Science and PLANS BAKE SALE CHURCH DIRECTORY; ; j I
The brochure, entitled, Health with Key to the Scrip-
"Florida State Parks Camp color chart aids campersin tures by Mary Baker Eddy SATURDAY. OCT. 18 .
Ing' was designed to help locating parks suited to used in supporting commen- tS '
their particular needs, listing The Friendly Circle made
in the reads: "Immortal
campers locating park tary men The Rev. Father Antho..
'Swimming facilities, boating, for Bake Sale Saturday .
what plans a
to expect, Miller said. and women are models of Leon. Pastor
The facilities' and 'regulations tours, camper supplies, etc. spiritual-sense, drawn by per October 18 at 9 "a. lit in
To receive free brochureor front of the Bunnell Post Office
of the campgrounds are a fect Mind and reflecting those St. Marys Church,,Koro-.

spelled out in detail 'on the brochures.. write Director ," higher conceptions of loveli when they met Thursday Sunday Mass..._.._... 7:30 n m.
brochure. A large map aids Bill Miller, Florida Division ''ness' which .transcend all material night at the home of Mrs. H. Weekday Masses: Mon i',

capers in locating' the parkof of R Recreation*,and Parks, ,Lar-' sense./" V. Peavy. Wednesday and Friday, 55.30

their choice. son Building, Tallahassee. The subject of' the sermonIs Mrs. Jeff Seale, vice jjpres- a. m.,
Included is such Informa- Florida 32304. "Unrealllty." ident gave the devotional'

"Seasons". Mrs. Seale presided Blessed Sacrament: Chapel! .
during the business meeting. Flagler Beach .

.5 y xwyyte ff p rN x y Projects for November and Sunday Mass ..._.._...9:00: n 'm
I nav December were discussed and Weekday :Masses: Tues'"!,'"
\ ;,: plans are to be finalized at Thursday and Saturday :-'

the October meeting at the .
:Jf. yn 9:00: a. m.Catechism.
;If ; home of Mrs. Holland.
Cary Classes. 3OQ: p" m.:
Mrs. Peavy served refreshments Tuesday.St. .

to 11 members. .. ,'/,

,... Stephens, Bunhett
.n4:it BEACH CHURCH Sunday 1\lass.10:3O ,a' rr -

Catechism Classes: 3'p. m
: t

t r= ____ SUPPER THURS. Tuesday.Confessions before all mas'!' "**.,

q"=s adoi slK:: 4 \i x. ; :: The Ladles Guild of the ,to Our Lady Wednesday .tin-1'
Community Memorial Church .' Saturday after Mass.

Is sponsoring a turkey supper .

tonight at 6 p. m. at, the Community Memorial 1
church. There is -
no charge, Church
r but donations will be taken. .
Daytona Ave.. Flagler Be ic'->
Proceeds from ''the
supper go Reverend R. W. Dickert. Pcnto-

towards the church building Sunday School _.____-._..0:4':
<:;c ; fund. Worship Service .._..___..11:00:
Immediately following the Ladies Guild: Last Thursdayof
S dinner the Rev. R. W Dickert
each month at 2 p. m.
>5 : will show films he took recently
on an European tour.
The public is invited. Baptist
1 : .. ; : Rev_; Charles Anders. Pastor

WORLDWIDECOMMUNION Moody Boulevard Dunn 11

I r'aw +>f'Y Sunday' School..9:45: a. m
I ; ?: "' Worship Servlce..11:00: a. m
t' Y;: .'.9.{ yy'
r } F'Y Evening Worshlp.7:3O p. m'
Prayer Meeting 7:30
... p. m.
Yn "' Worldwide'CommunIon will Wednesday
s'rrt4F -
;; jYlya.a i .; :

: Ff<.,i s;.,?P kar,.t KK: :4 ., ', :4 +yx+;. },- .;... be observed Sunday, October

ttf..'..' ,. 'gK 5 at the 11 o'clock morning First United Methodist
r; : worship service at the Flag. Lambert Avenue Bunnell

r. ., r ler Beach United Methodist
,, r% Y;rY- } : >tijc Rev. Earle A. Wilder Pastor
k'-t '' Church. Sunday School..__...9:45: a. m
Pastor Dr. Dallas Browningwill Service.llOO
Worship a. m
.,; have as his meditation"A Youth Choir Rehearsal: 6:45 .
: Faith For All Men". The p. m. Wednesday

church choir will sing "How Chlldrens Choir Rehearsal I:

;,}Qt x+,gpYrk.;, .a';v.Ki'S Blessed Is This Day". 2nd and 4th Thursday, at 3

t t1IIii ;:k:; .C. : xtst; };t a
ri'a. war victims In Blafra, Viet MYF: 2nd and 4th Sundays
., 2. :. L s: :{ a a 2j nam and the middle East and 6:30 p. m. ,_

will assist in a ministry to WSCS: 1st Wednesday at

American servicemen and 9 a. m.

'", f', their families Rev. Browningsaid. Friendly Circle: 3rd Thursdayat
,' j Lat's. .Yn :? 8 p. m.
; There will be a fellowship Methodist Men: 3rd Wednesday -
.J a ,. .. dinner at 12 noon in the at 7:15 m.
y rv.5 n..a Ys; :n:2x; Ss : p.
; { {
i .:.:;v}}F'.4? fi .;'.' :,.:,, ; w %:t : yyK: church social hall followingthe
.. t..
a.i:?}:Zvw: : .t1?.r ::.i. .:. y x R j service. Flagler Beach United
k r'skkk:$?+:. ?'Y'd' ?tk. ; : .,rYyogas4>ri.;t..a:., ;]Y .5/ .y;; } ::yka.
% Methodist Church
k. ; ? :fir.-r{;y} \} .:pp +p yg{ ikyr.
; ka'?:,(,>+fikA'rfir; a:orVcf'k G ? 'yea 2' WSCS MEMBERS DR. DALLAS BROWNING.
: { 'r}t':' :,:xs} PASTOR
c :: ; .y '
'''i : fns.r-.a: '<; ?. >; :
'G'i aka:.{,.;r+ 4s: 'k>. { .hr ; S. C. S. members of the Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach

F." F jinj.t4 Flagler Beach Methodist Church School..._.._.10:00-a.: m.

Church who attended "Oppor- Morning Worship...J.1OO: a. m.
? a' k..Y! ;::: 't.fir' .
.. tunity Day" in Deland, Sept. Womens Society Christian
'. 25th 'Service 2nd Thursday of each
i ;}>1)r:: s were: :
::1r. Mrs. Reynold Hoover, Mrs. month at..._.._.._.._...9:30: a. m.

), Sri:' {R' soL,
Givens, Mrs. Lester Stan. PENTECOSTAL

{;'.}. .a' ::+ ,., ,',;:,:Fl's.' ton, Mrs. Axel Johnston, Mrs. HOLINESS CHURCH
', Dorothy MeIss, Mrs. Harry
Bunnell Off Franz St.I
('f-, Treadwell, Mrs. Keith; Lovell, .
Mrs.. Paul Holden, Mrs. Ly-
\t'J" Sunday School..._...10:00: a. m.
man Gage, and Mrs. Fred
k. Marks. Worship Service......11:00: a. m.
o. Prayer Meet..Wed. 7:30 p. m.

) l i FLAGLER ,BEACH Worship Serv..Sun. 730; p. m.

\ St. Thomas Episcopal
The Rev. Thomas MablY

The Women's Society of Priest In Charge .
Christian Service of the Flag 3 miles east of Bunnell on

'If : ', ler Beach Methodist'' Church Highway 100 .,

will Hold their meeting on Morning Worship....10:00 a. rri.
October 9th at 10 a. m. at the School..10:00
: Church : a. m.
.: Fellowship Hall.of the church. Holy Communion first Sundayof

'The business meeting will be each month
followed by luncheon which

will be an Apage Feast. A
: A
:;f' "Call to Prayer and Self-De- First Baptist Church '

t nial" will be the topic, of the N. Central Ave. Flagler Boaci!
program led by Mrs. Dallas Rev. Max Hall. Pastor'
Browning. Hostesses are Mrs. Sunday School..9:45 a. m.

,William Givens Mrs,'" Axel Worship Servlce....ll:00 a. m. -

Johnston, and Mrs. Vernon Wednesday Evening;
;; tJ Raymond. Service ..._.._.._-7.00'p." m.
You, can't ,hear him laugh in a letter. ,,. First Wednesday after the j

That's one of the reasons long distance calls feel 'so good. r First Family Sunday Night of..._.each..600 month p. m.
1' Business Meeting, 7:30 p. m.

" I Ir Community Hymn, Sing 1st ;

1-1"r.I / ."" I ...*'.. 'j' .1 ;l-f. BUSINESS! Sunday. of each month 7 pjn. '. .
':'.. j } II Yl RSA 7 1..I'
', : ;. :; .; r' ., :, r.rr.wwp..qsa-._ ATTEND THE '
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____ WED SATURDAYMiss 'I,......, I

Johnny Ruth Miller:

and Richard W. Reddict will l Kx
be married Saturday;' October lI

4 at 4:30: p m. in the Bunnell I

n1 ..t + t \ First Baptist Church. The Rev. P
ir Max Hull will officiate.

There will be a reception

afterward in the Flagler Wom-

an's Club, 1524.S. Central Ave., t

Flagler Beach. All friends of' ,
the couple are Invited to both tv

the ceremony and reception.Mr. a

a and' Mrs. Ike Vaughnand

son Edward of LaGrange,

Ga, were overnight guests of t

her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. D.

A. Deen.. .
k\ ip '
,: t m
i irflirtTaniMni mmimported
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SUZANNE LYNN FRAILEYMr. peau d' ange lace,
BOB CONLEY, Her bouffant veil was attached .
and Mrs. Dan' Frailey LINDA KNIGHTMARRIED to a headpiece of matching

r' : McRae, '''Ga., are parents of a lace '
daughter born Tuesday, Sept. '
30 at 2:15 p, m. at the McRae : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leonard Her husband is the son of
and Mrs. Robert L. Con-
< Hospital. '. Conley' Jr. are at home at
She weighed six 2760 West Terrace Tallahassee ley of Daytona Beach.
.' ; after' their marriage Sept. Honor attendants were Miss
and fifteen ounces .at birth>
( j ,",.;''I*;::,'1;' ., and has been 'named Suzzane 12 at Saint Paul's Catholic Lynn Valenti, Daytona Beach,
'- ", Lynn Frall y. She is the Church, Daytona Beach. and John C. Conley brotherof
...-i < granddaughter of Mr. and The bride Is,the former Linda the bridegroom.

Mrs. Lee' Bourne and Mr. and Ellen Knight, daughter of There was a reception at
Mrs. Henry Shill of Flagler. Mrs. Myrna R. Knight Flag. the home of the bridegroom'sparents.

Bead ler Beach, and Eldon L. .
Knight, Bunnell. She wore a :Mr. Conley is a student at

j jI jJ RETURNS FOR VISIT formal mini-gown of white Florida State University.

j Mrs.. Hattie Kendall' a HOME FROM VACATION M. B. FULLERIN

former resident of Flagler Mr and Mrs Lyman Gage HOSPITALM.

x r County .now residing in Shelby have returned to their home B. Fuller underwent

Ky., Is visiting in Haw N. Highway AlA, after two surgery last Thursday at Hal-

Creek with Mrs John Kendall weeks trip to the New England ifax Hospital in Daytona

I and Miss. May. Kiefer. States where they visit- Beach. He is -reported to be
ed relatives in Connecticut improving satisfactorily}
VISITS PARENTS New York and Delaware. His room number Is 3256A.

J 1 'Miss Brenda Murray arid, RECENT BRIDE HONORED AT SHOWER I

Buddy' Smith of. ,Atlanta, Ga. ; ... ........ ,..
t < '-"' ".11'1>-'" ""'" "!Ir" "" =r
HENRY McNAUGHTON They wore formal A-line were weekend' visitors ,at the "
WEDDINGAT gowns of apricot Saki silk home' of Brenda's 'parents. 's

fashioned with 'elbow length Mr. and Mrs., Remley- Murray., '
SEVILLE sleeves and D'ior bows accent. Bunnell. jJ r

ing the Empire Waistline.. aL
Seville Trinity Methodist k
Church was the setting Friday Their shoulder length veils MOVE INTO NEW HOME

evening for the marriage of were attached to apricot vel. Mrs. W. J.. KInney and

Miss Frances Myrjene Henry'' vet rose headpieces. daughter Mrs: Annie Spauld-.

and Bobby Stanley McNaughton. -. Bridesmaids were Miss Ruth ing, have moved into their

The Rev. Lowell Shaw Hunter, Miss MelanIe Cody new home pn' Palm and Anderson
officiated at the candlelight \ ,and Miss Tammy Lynn. Their ,Sts. in Bunnell.

double ring ceremony. Robert gowns were identical to those They formerly lived in St.. '
Newnan was soloist and Mrs. of the 'other attendants: Jana Johns Park., '" L : _

Eugene Martin was organist. Bell Seville was flower girl., i ,

The bride is the daughterof Mitchel Henry brother of VISIT IN ORLANDO '

Mr. and Mrs. Myrl W.,Hen the bride, was best man, with Walter
and Laura Morris
ry Bunnell and parents of Marvin Henry brother of the visited in Orlando Sunday ,-
bridegroom and bride Mike Durrance and
the Mr
with their' son in law and
Mrs. Grover McNaUghton Morgan Henry brother of the '
daughter. John and Jo Ann
bride ushers.
Greenville Ala. Ellis and son; ;John; Jr.
Given in her Following the ceremony a '
marriage by i
reception was held at Penn- ) ,
father the bride chose a floor Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Skip. ,. _
length 'gown of peau de sole ington the Hall. Those assistingwith per, former Bunnell residentsnow / '_ 's S, io1;
and imported Chantilly lace serving were Mrs. residing at Fort Meyers
fashioned with long sleeves. Doug McBride Mrs. George were weekend visitors at the

The gown's regal lines were and Jackson Miss Mrs.Audrey Lamar McCormick.Mrs. Jones. home of Mr. :and Mrs. Tony 1...,, r } 1
enhanced with dainty seed Kahlert in Bunnell. '
Larry North and Mrs.
pearls and a chapel length
Willis the
train. Her fingertip veil was Lyle kept bride'sbook. Mrs. H. E. Craig has returned ,

caught to a circle crown of to her 'home at Jones. -
Chantilly lace half moons After a wedding trip to Pan bore Ark. ,after a month's Photo by Theo C. Helri

highlighted with seed pearls ama' City the couple will re. visit in Bunnell with her son Mrs. Robert Abbott center recent bride was honored at a

side in Bunnell. where the and daughter In law Mr. and ,bridal shower 'given by Mrs. Nagi Abraham Mr. Bernie
.. Miss Phyllis Kidd. Sanford bride is a dental assistant for .
.. Mrs. J. O. Craig. Sunday visitors Wilson second from left and Mrs.
.,was maid of honor and Mrs. Ben W. Lacy, Jr. DDS. The at the CraIg home were Jerry Davis second from
right. rThe
lovely affair
Leonard Barnard DeLeon bridegroom is employed by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houle of was at the Wilson home. Avalon Ave.,
Springs was matron of honor. 'Wadsworth Lumber Co. Orange Park Florida. Flagler Beach. Also pictured are Mrs. Russell Blanton. motherof

the bride, and, Mrs. Wayne Gallez aunt ,of the bride.


home of Mr. and Mrs.' .. '

C. H. Cowart Haw Creek was ALL DRINKS ARC FREE? .
the scene of the John Ander- I
,. ..J,.. '
COME reunion
TO BUNNELL TO son family Sunday. 1 > .
Family members: attendingthe MIND "
get-together were Mrs. .. .I.
John Anderson ., BUT: ..
Mr. and Mrs. v
Drop Your Laundry Off ;:; ': :
Homer Anderson, Mr. and
Mrs. James Hogarth Mr. and j.
Before Pick-up Later
; Mrs. Cecil Anderson and

children all of St. Augustine; j:1:

20 IBs Washer 35c Mrs C. W. Bailey, Panama ,' : : "

City; Mrs Effle Hope and ;/\ :; '
children and Mr. and Mrs. ,
!4lbsWasher25cWe Hubert Jacobs all of Gainesville :-... ,''. .' :' ;
:..., Upon t .. ...
PNMfttation 41' ,
; and Mr.' and :Mrs. M. C. ';I\ ; ,1\ .t;i .yr';:;,;. '. .,'' &"'.'you and )ow .iNs.. Of'eel JaW ire tdq If" ',><. '
Strickland Jr. and children of 1'1: y !: ( ,' frigid (we wont "II!) a fn. ,:
Wash RugsApy's Bunnell. i. ...,' ,. .'k !.ii. .', a'.: .wh11. dinrw,, .drink :
; 1.0'" .J. j .
i....i".i"t.\ ., -ill r ST. AUGUSTINE'S. fWitrST ItUTMIIWn' '.,
i : '
HOME FROM S. C. .; ''G. r ; .- .,' -n.-.o.. .G i
'f ..." .f .,1. .r! + sPANIsH.MD'coNTR1ENTA : I
Mrs. Evelyn'White returned .,..r .:.' CVISIfC
Lauidry :. ,
; 4. home Saturday after spend. .'l't-, ..1..". .."//t......."......f.'/'.....-.-.. ...,. ,., ,, .. ....... 4..".:;, ':

US 1 Ing a week: in' Holly Hill S. C.' I"j,-r1.!'. 1"t 't t
visiting her son ,and daughterin :
.. : l'I 1 '
;law Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,,.,:; ;; : : :." <:'I'I: '
,; .Bunnell, Florida........,.. .' ( 'r.t A... '" ... .' : r t
White ;
,.t. ....... p t. and family.Mrs. r. ,' :: ( r '0 f''I,' r' .. 't,. ,;>11 s'jsi'
-':..;.. "*'\fP.'S. :'! ;." ( : ,
Don't to ';
Forget .
1 T AtPpsada ,
Caroline has ..* ,. Storry returned ,
j' x .1'1' ,.,
; ? to her" home on Lam Menendez Restaurant of..r

Th.iftTC: r'W' bert Avenue, Flagler Beach, \ ON THE WATERfRONT { MOST MAJOR

Connecticut visiting relatives HONOREDMRS.
A 81 AftD14cc Menendex
,, .. and friends. _Dial 823.6288t

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", ............... Social Security
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itl',;:Lb"T"; N-E-W-S I

Q. I will be 65 years of age .

in' December 1969. Can I qualify

4 for medicare hospital insurance

:; benefits at that time

by reason of age ,alone?

A. Unless you have qualified

for monthly social security

y. benefits on your own or some

one else's earnings, the answer .

is, "No.'. For someone

.. born in 1904 and not qualified

'J for monthly benefits, 1%

b \ year's work under social security -
i is required.

Q.. I will be 65 years of age

w> in December 1969 and have .r..t./T.dt/ ... .__ _

never worked under social se. Mrs. .James L. Roberts, second from left, the former Susan

y,5'i' curity. However, my husband Wadsworth, whose marriage was an event of Saturday after, ;''''
and I are receiving monthly
social security benefits basedon noon, was honored at a bridal shower recently at the home:

his earnings. Do I qualify Mrs. Jimmy Hargett, left Cohostess were Mrs. .J. O. Craig; center I

for medicare hospital Insur- Mrs. D. A. Deen, second from left. Also pictured is Mrs. W. ;

ance benefits when I reach L. Wadsworth, mother of the bride. : '

65?. Pink and white carnations interspersed with dainty daisy

A.. Yes. You are covered automatically mums and greenery formed the centerpiece for the refreshmenttable.
for hospital insurance Assisting with the- serving were Mrs. touts Steflik, Mrs.

benefits when you W.W. Deen, Miss Mary Susan Brannam and Mrs. Marvin Parker.
reach 65.

Q. My husband has worked
need least work Weekend visitors at'the
all at 134 years
WEATHER along under social secur-
ity and is still working. He is under social security. Yes, home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon

COATS 62 years of age. I have never you can qualify for medicare Raymond, Lambert' Avenue
worked under social securityand supplementary insurance ben Flagler Beach, were Mr/ and

UPUMBRELLAS I will be '65 in December efits (doctors' bills) by merely Mrs. Kenneth Raymond and
1969. Can I qualify for medicare enrolling and paying the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brande-

hospital insurance bene monthly premium of $4.00 a meyer of Clearwater, Florida.

fits when I reach 65? month. (There is no work re

A. No. This is because you quirement for persons 65 and
over, to enroll for medical insurance EDUCATION
need 1% year's, work under
social security to qualify. You benefits.) COSTS MORE

could qualify for medical Insurance Q. I am a widow and receive
Spending for public educa-
however. benefits on my deceased
: Were your husband to qualIfy husband. Must I have six tion in Florida last year total-

for monthly Asocial security quarters when I become 63 ed $1,126,900,000 chalking upa
this ? 67 per cent increase in :five .
benefits die
or you could year i I
qualify for hospital Insur- A. No. Persons who qualify years, the Florida State Cham-

ance benefits at 65 or' later as for monthly benefits as the ber of Commerce reported yes-

well as monthly benefits as a dependent or survivor of an terday while emphasizing the

wife or widow.Q. insured worker will not need growing importance of edu-

There is no possibilityof quarters of coverage for hos, cation in governmental bud--

I my qualifying for monthly pital Insurance.Q. gets. -

social security benefits as I If a patient is transferred This sum included all ex-

have never worked under social from one hospital to penditures by state county, .

k., security: I will be 65. in another, is the $44.00 deductible district and municipal governments -

December, 1969.''Can I qualifyfor to 'be paid to each hospital in Florida plus; a -

medicare' at age 65? ? relatively small amount ,of

convertible turtleneck A. The ..answer 'Is'' No and A. No. The $44.00 deductibleIs federal aid. A breakdown\

: skimmer InsoqrvelouB ....J Yes. No, you cannot qualifyfor payableonly'- onceIn, each these school 'costs, given in
: medicare. Insur spell of illness
hospital regardless of the state chamber's Weekly

nylon; ance benefits because you the number of hospitals you Business Review, ,shows $715.2

Jersey Machine LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT""" enter. million' for the operation :of '

wash and wear. Spar LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN public schools, up 52 per cent I'
five and 107.2/
kllng: paisley printIn Till< COUNTY '
AND FOIl KLACiLISIt COUNTY COUItT IN million for new buildings andequipment

combinations orBed CASE, FLOIUDA.NO. 82:1 I'OIV. E 1... 1t COUNTY AND, FLORIDA FOIl FLAG- up 45 per cent.

: or Blue I. WILLIAM Plaintiff N. MERRITTr IN IMI01IATK RE: Estate No.of'WILLIAlI 000 The operation of universities -

VS. Deceased. and Junior colleges cameto
,JOHNNIE Defendant.MAY MERRITT. NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT $203.9 million, an increase
i iij
s1500 v NOTICE OF SUIT APPLICATION FOIL UI9CIIAItQE of 131 per cent during the
address unknown All persons are hereby notified five-year period, with- capital
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ministratrix that the undersigned as Ad- outlay for these institutions of
cum testamento annex -
that Complaint for Divorce
o of said e>estate has $67.7 million 177 cent. ,
ci" ----. has been died against you in the com- up per
pleted the
-, : Js'etlldC and you are and has administration thereof -
: : directed to servea filed in said Court
her final report and application LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE "
copy of your Answer or other
) for
written said! Complaint | discharge. Objections thereto -
.'; ; l"oH If any, should be '
duly filed.
; { < After filing proof of publication \ '
Attorney for Plaintiff at Post
,,,,"',,,,, "
... ,. , 398, Bunnell{. Florida showing this notice has been. In compliance with House Bill1'
and c.etcn'fe the original thereofwith published once a week for four No. 1175. Chapter 20963. Laws'of
the Clerk of the Circuit consecutive weeks the matterof Florida. Acts of 1941. as .
NEXT TO POST OFFICE ,IN :: Court in and for Flagler County approval of said report and amended, the undersigned will!
Florida- Flagler CountyCourthouse. the ordering of" distribution of register with the Clerk: of the
Bunnell, Florida on said estate will come before the Circuit Court In and for Flagler
before 'the 23rd of October Court. County. Florida, receipt of
or day upon
Your Bank Americard Welcome Here ,' 1969. First publication on 2 Oct. 1963. tics f of publication fictitious
If you fall to do so. Judgment HARVEY. the following
by Default will be taken as Administratrix Cum name:
and entered against you for the Testamento Annexo Flagler Plumbing Co. locatedat
.relief prayed in, said Complaint. LELAND B. SHAW Flagler Beach. Florida under
ORDERED P. O. Box 296 which I will in
DONE AND at engage the busIness -
Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida Bunnell. Florida 32010 of plumbing and that the
this'' 17th day of September. Attorney for Administratrix: undersigned is the only person
1969. Oct. 2. 9. 16. 23. 4tc.LEGAL Interested said business.
GEORGE M. MOODY Dated at Bunnell. Florida. this
ON TIMECERTIFICATES Clerk of the Circuit ADVERTISEMENTIN 29th day of September A. D.
V C 5% Court THE 1969..
(SEAL,) FLAGLRIl cmcurr COURT OF Thomas J. Miller. I
By: Julia R. Harvey nA COUNTY.' KLOKI- Oct. 2. 9. 16. 23. 4tc.
26. Oct. 2.i 9. 16, 1969 4tc JAMES In Can MCNEIL No. 633-D LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN .
VOLUCIA MINIMUM $3,000-90 DAYS Plaintiff -
BANK Ph. 677.8217 175 W. Granada .I PROBATE NO. O3O THE. 'STATE MARY ALICE OF FLORIDA McNElL TO: Plaintiff (. ,,. ; (
Florida IN REf Estate of Route 1. Box 191 -
Orxnond Beach RUTH FETREY Whltevllle., North Carolina DEAN l\Defendant(. McGILL, f I'
Deceased. 28472
are hereby notified that TO: Dean M. McOill
suit has
a been filed against
you Hotel
In the'
ESTATE above entitled cause: and 677 E. Colorado Blvd.
you are hereby required to file
Pasadena California
byYtr.r each and of you reteir: ; this Court Band Ito the larcopy -YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI
serve ED that an action for divorce
any claims and demands whichyou thereof
r or either of you may have upon the plaintiff 'or has been filed against you and
P. M. against said estate in the office of and plaintiffs address attorney is: whose name you are required to serve a copy
BINGO 8:00 the :Honorable T. K. McKnlght. R. K. ROBERSON of your written defenses. If any.
,County Judge of Flagler County, 204 Conrad Building to it on Donald J. Seps of Duf-
at his office in the Court HouseIn 112 West New .York > fett. Barry and Seps. Attorneys
Ave. for plaintiff whose address Is
Bunnell. Florida within six
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL calendar months from the time not later than Florida November 32720 120 East Granada Avenue. P. O.
28. A. Box: 2633. Ormond Beach. Flor-
BY- of the first publication of this D.. 1969.
-SPONSORED notice. Each claim or demand fall ida and file the original with .
you do.B0' '
t must be writing an American Veterans place of residence and post th relief demanded the you for court on or before October 27,
Disabled In. bill
office address of the claimantand of complaint. The nature of .. 1969; otherwise, a judgment may
must be sworn to by the : suit being for said be entered against you for the>
(Thursday) claimant his agent or attorney y i x DIVORCE' ,=,1,:f1'}' relief demanded In the complaintor
i TONIGHT or the same shall be void. WITNESS my hand and seal'of petition.WITJSESS.
", my' hand and the-
PAUL, H. PETREY, JR. e r said Court this 30 day of' ..
seal of said Court
Executor '
:" ;. FREE, -. ..a. I3yr..'sLelAnd, B. Shaw _' RAEDJ. MOODY t. .!.' 22. 1969. 'rir. -
Chapter No. 86 : : 1 l 'P. J Box 296 Clerk of sold Clrcult, OEOROE :MOODY
Booo Court
't' i Jim g Bunnell. Florida 32010 : ( Clerk of said Court
1 '. -" U- Attorney for Executor f' cli1Y"Sth'n '' : ,4 Byj JCathryn L. Emery
? ALLOWED ; 24 Emery :
.. NO : ;First. Publication 26 Sept. 198. Deputy Clerk .. As Deputy Clerk "'.1.0
I Sept. 26. Oct. 2. 9. 16, 4 to 1 Oct. (Circuit Court Seal) ; ,
9. 1C. 23 .
1 : 1969. .
1 4ta '
1 Sept. 26. Oct. 2. 9. 16. 4t..

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-V his property. Property owners I The office reminds residents 6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1969 V

', should .become familiar with that] '
this subject because it may Retirement Claims shouldbe MRS. CARLE quarter academic year 1968-
Law save them money. The law filed 2 or 3 months before 69. Mrs. Carle is a full-.time.
becomes effective October 1 retirement. ON DEAN'S LIST student at the university.

DENNIS E. this year.authorized. Disability Claims should be Mrs. Lois S. Carle Bunnell, To !be eligible for this hon w "

Farm persons within filed as soon as' one becomes has been placed on the Dean's or, a student must have received
(Continued farm and ranch land. The, disabled.' List at Florida Technological no grades lower than :
state legislature has providedthe Death Claims should be University for the summer a "B"FOR :
The law mechanics and tools by filed immediately. ,
lawful to which one may legally aid You should enroll for Med SALE- 8 MM Movie !

cultivated or and protect himself' against icare during the 3 months before CLASSIFIED Camera and 8 MM Projector,
A brief descrl theft, damage and injury to reaching 65. You do not $40.00 like new. Call Wether-

pass area : need to retire to enroll. ADVERTISINGTROPIC Ington 4373713. Oct. 10, 2tp.
which signs ( FLACLER RONNIE BROCK'INTERVIEWS FOR SALE-37 ft. house trailer I'
ed" appearing ADDRESSES iii complete with 50x100 ft. lot

.less than 2 WOMAN'S CLUB between Hwy. AlA and canal,
and the Mrs. Ernest Briel District JAX MAYOR seven miles north of Flagler
(name therein) Six Director, Cocoa Beach, was Ronnie Brock of Bunnell In. GARDENLet Beach $2100. Call 439.2000 or
more than the guest speaker at the first terviewed Mayor Hans G. us help beautify Flagler 439.2380 after 5 p. m. on(week.
along and at meeting of the season of the Tanzler Jr. at Jacksonville County. Large variety of ever ends. 10-2-TFC
the boundaries Flagler Woman's Club Wednesday City Hall last Wednesday: greens, palms, hedge plants.
The sign shall at the clubhouse. Mrs. Ronnie, son of Mr. and Mrs.: 5% miles S of Bunnell on RIVER OAKS retirement home
tlceable from F10rlda'H Briel encouraged club members Joe M. Brock, is writing a bookon U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc for the aged. Excellent food.
.4":' boundary line.CULTIVATED. to participate in the local the.history of Jacksonvilleand We take veterans social security -
special community pro. the life of Mayor :Tanzler. SEPTIC TANK cleaning' ; drain and private. A home
cleared of j jects. fields installed: Rota-Roter away :from home.. Telephone
and is About thirty attended the HOWARD MOODY snail shell. Reasonable prices. ((904)) 328.2060 San. Mateo.

a crop orchard meeting.It RECEIVES DEGREE Call George, Jarosz. 437-3410 Oct. 2, 9, 2tp.

or trees or is was announced President Howard :M. Moody, son of Mr. ,81tfNEED FOR SALE-Lot 5, Blk. 13, ,"h
part of a crop R. K. Hirst and club and Mrs. I.'I. Moody of Lake NEW TIRES?? See our Mornlngside, SE corner 25th s,
FENCED Mrs. E. J. Chaffee City, received his Doctor of selection ATLAS tires. Be. and Flagler on small canal
closed by a''' Edwin Hirst and Mrs. Optometry degree September fore buying check with Knox $2000. Also 3 lots total 150'x

tial McDermott represent 16, 1969 from Southern College 011 Company U. S. Hwy. 1 for 190' from AlA to Central on S.
rails logs, the club Sept. 30 at a lead of Optometry in Memphis the best deal ln:town. TFC 23rd 15000. Contact Jim Babbitt .
iron and steel training course at Co. Tennessee. He is the 5692 Alvarado Rd., Pen-
or other wire coa.A. grandson of the late Mr. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT sacola. 32504. Ph. 9044770368.

ial, which musical program was George Moody, Flagler Beach.A 6 Deluxe solid state fully Oct.'2, ,9, 16, 23, 4tc
three feet in by a trio composed 1961 graduate of Columbia. transistorized stereophonichigh

The Mrs. Benny Clay Mrs. Ed .High School in Lake City, fidelity consoles in beautiful SLIGHTLY SCRATCHED
not intended Hirst and Mrs. Max Hall. Dr. Moody completed his pre.. hand rubbed finish. Deluxe In shipment 6 new 1969 ZigZag -
thorized The club's next meeting professional education at BSR 4 speed record Sewing Machines with
ing fishing be October 8. Florida State University wherehe changer and 4 speaker audio full factory guarantee. Nationally .

signed to received a B. S. degree.At system. To be sold for $79.00 advertised brands. To be
age to personal SECURITY Southern College he wasa each. Can be paid for at $6.00 sold for $29.00 each or $6.00

occurs every member of Omega Delta per month. May be' inspectedin monthly. These machines may

..4 OCT. 14 Professional Fraternity anda warehouse at Unclaimed be inspected in warehouse at

O. F. A Social Security Represen coeditor of the college's Freight, Mon. thru FrI.- a; Unclaimed Freight, 529 Volu
V m. to 6p. Sat. 9 sia Ave., Daytona Beach. Mon.
will be in Bunnell yearbook: "Scope. m.-- a. m. to '
Real! October 14 from He Is married to the former 1 pt: m., 529 Volusia Ave., Day thru Fri. 9 a. m. 6 p. m.-

: a. m. until 12, noon at .Miss Judith Clay daughterof ton a' Beach. Oct. 9, ltc. Sat. 9 a. m. 1. p. m.' 10-2-ltc

Flagler Housing'Project Dr. and Mrs. G. W, Clay of -

Bunnell* Hall 300 BacherSt. Ardmore, Oklahoma. Mrs.
Moody is a senior at Southern

College of, Optometry., Flagler County Insurance .'


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G Today: Joseph W. Stula,

a ;:; Buddy Knox Sez Nancy Atkinson.Friday Hargett: John Miller D. McDaniel Mickey. ..':AH Forms of Insurance 't 1 I

Geraldine Shows "Jlmbo" 305, East} Moody Blvd. -i'- Phone 437-3171 ,

Crews James F. Parrish. .
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I DID THIS EVER HAPPEN Saturday .Harold Bowden
Gordon H. Rundle Margaret LIFE-FIRE---AUTO-CASUALTY-BONDS: : J.

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::.. TO YOU? ter Partridge. ,
Monday: David Lee Mrs. 'j

Belle Hall Gary C. Watson. ,
Tuesday: Alberta Hencken.
Make a mistake in figuring: Wednesday: Jean Chlmpky, MILLER'S' V A-I-A RESTAURANT '

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Maid's. salary, overpaid her. $10. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT "
o. 7w TILE COUNTY JUDGE'S Notice of of Hours
Add handy man's time short him .20c. IN HUOI1ATE. No..O28 :. "
wrong, IN RE Estate ofREOINAL.D : : .
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Receive corrected invoice from supplier. Sorry, TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL : '
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mistake in addition, your total is $29.95 insteadof hereby You notified and each and of required you. are to'm. ,
present any claims and demands ,
which you, or either of you may
have against the estate of REGINALD '\ i '
$9.95.It R.CRAMP deceased late ,
of Flagler County Florida to .
the County Judge of Flakier ,THREE DAYS A WEEK ONLY
County, at his office I In the County .
Courthouse Bunnell. Flagler j{
probably has and probably will again." County Florida. within six:
months from the of first '
publication of lad notice. V'V
Each claim or.derpand must be
With us it's almost in writing: and must state the l
impossible. _
place of residence and postof-
.... lice address of the claimant and '
must be sworn to by the Claim- SPECIAL i
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Our new automatic computing fuel meters correctly or It will be barred according
to law. -5-- 4 ft. x 8 ft. */JB inch_ $2.,95 per Sheet i
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and figures and totals all fuel invoices.I V 4 '<. liunnelU. Florida Arts. Building ATLANTIC HARDWARE & r,;

< First, Publication. : Sept. 18,
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Sept., 18. 25. 'Oct. 2. 9. 4tc.
Leaves no room. for mistakes by the feeble hu- S
man hand. "' "J' 'NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that '" -
the undersigned, under the provisions
of Chapter 20. 953. Lawsof '. .
j .; Keep snug and feel sure this winter with Florida Acts of 1941 will register .
/. with the Clerk of the Clr- CRAIG .
cult Court in and for Flagler :
\.I\ County Florida. ,upon receipt of
proof. of.publication'. of this notice A. H. CRAIG,.,Funeral Director ;
the following fictitious
,.r name, towltFrank's Bamboo: Lounge JOHN, CAPO. ,ManagerAIR' '
I .k Buddy Knox Oil Co. under which! I am engaged: inbusiness I
I .at:: Flagler Beach. OXYGEN ;
Florida., "That the party inter LADY I
ested in said business enterprise CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED ;
\\m as followst Frank V Plttard CHAPEL I ; ATTFTraATTT: ., |. AMBULANCES
and that the undersigned Is the
r Bunnell; Florida. only' person interested In the
S or 437-3944 !
.. said business., Phone ID 7-3532. I
/Pfjd Dated at Bunnell. Flagler
.., < ,County 1969. .Florida. September 10, 201 E. MOODY,BLVD.., : BUNNELL FLORIDA
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-- THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1969 Also included' in the unitis pital departments.
she the first totally automatic Visiting. hours and rules and
were to lose her pet. TPcriierafl /telemetry monitoring systemIn regulations for the new inten-
TO 'NE the a few may mean j the state of Florida. This sloe coronary care unit will
LETTERS ways adoption but of the big-city unit is capable of monitoringtwo be published in the very near :1'1
.r to us it means move (2) patients that are npt future after the nursing care .
the Ing towards a better time, in SpeakingBy Inside the intensive care unit plan ,has been approved by
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: manner which benefits the Itself. Although the alarm the Medical Staff of the hos '.
TO THE COMMISSIONERSOF a greatest number of people in HOMER R. BENTLEY systems and oscilloscope and pital. :,
way which
help bring electrocardiograph machine is The unit will provide 24
FLAGX.ER BEACH more of the Administrative. Director
younger, family in the coronary care unit, patients hour private duty nursing for '/
type, to
CONCERNED CITIZENS: In the nicest buy and settle here The Bunnell General Hospital anywhere in the confines all patients assigned to the
Now that there has beenso the State of little town In today, placed Into operation of the hospital can be coronary care unit. The unitis
much talk of the expected Florida. it's newly completedfour monitored by having the electrodes under supervision) of Mrs. .
growth and progress here in Keene Gurnee (4) bed intensive coronary attached to them Patricia Dunning, R. N.. who
Flagler County. I had hopedall LETTER TO care unit. selves and the signals trans- received specialized trainingover
of us could come togetherand TO THE CITIZENS TIlE EDITOR: The unit is unique in it's design mitted on a FM: frequency directly the past three (3) yearsin
work for and toward the EAST FLAGLER OF THE inasmuch as all four (4)) to the intensive care the Intensive coronary care
common good of all. However, CONTROL MOSQUITO patients can be monitored unit. This gives the unit the units, both in Baltimore,
recent actions of the Flagler DISTRICT: within the same room and ob- capability of being able .to Maryland, and Winter :Parh,4,
Since 1952 when the District monitor six (6) acute '
Beach City Commission seem served by the nurse on dutyin coronary Florida.
set on turning one neighbor was first organized, op the coronary care. unit.Those patients and provide Inten The Administrator also announced
against another and continuing erations have been kept to a who have visited the sive care for four. A trainingfor that the new central
foment discord. I mean bare minimum. But the time unit so far have stressed that the coronary care person. supply has been placed into
specifically, their expressed has come If we are to do an they have yet to find a unit nel has been conducted by full time operation and the
desire /to have drawn an or. effective Job, and to keep designed as compact as this personnel of the Bunnell General new operating room suite will
dinance that would requireall pace with our expandingneeds unit at Bunnell General Hos Hospital through the" use be placed into service within
dogs to be confined to the we will have to have pital. of a self-instructing tape play the next two or three weeks.
, some new and additional er which describes each ab
owners premises when
not The unit itself consists of '
;' constrained by leash. equipment hence an additional normality of the heart :rate
four (4) intensive
, increase of seven tenthsof coronarycare and rhythm, as well as pro .
Lets look
at some of the beds with cubicle curtain
one mill, in your taxes. jecting a visual picture of the
reasons for living in Flagler dividers and facilities for RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
During normal
or dry irregularity on Beach. Some of us have moved weatt :r, the female mosquito monotoring' teh four coronarycare screen. Personnel have been, LICENSE ,.
there and purchased prop lays her cases within the confinesof trained this unit '
eggs, around the specially for DURING YOUR
erty for the reason that the the unit. The central mon- ,
rim of ponds, or any place or and the unit will be entirely BIRTH MONTH
town .was Just developingand itoring station is also inside
receptacle, might hold separate from the other hos-
still retained an air of water. Then when the rains the coronary, care unit itself

simplicity and naturalnessthat come, as these eggs must and the nurse, while carryingout
we wanted as a place to have water to hatch out, these her performance of duties,
raise a family. Here away eggs hatch out, in !the form of can monitor visually, each individual
from the pressures and temp. larvae or tadpoles. Then in patient on the four after you see
tations of the larger cities. another 3 or 4 days they monitoring scopes set up at (7-
For this reason we have a emerge as mosquitoes. That the central nurse station. The __ ( your doctor. .
have a home and several vacant Is have unit has individual blood
,why, we dug so many, '
lots away from anyone, many miles of canals and pressure apparatus for each bring yourprescription
with wild weeds all about. ditches thru out the area, patient along with an individual (

Fish' swim at the back door, draining swampy'areas,when alarm system for each ,4 ;: ., to
the sea birds fly overhead. ever possible, and the marshes 'patient that is ,being monitor. .
Wild hogs have been in the where dralnagejs not pos ed.The alarm system is so de. ) i .
front yard, alligators have sible, to provide adequate signed that any deviation in -
been in the lot the the patient's heart or pulse
seen across water for small fish to live,
street, sea cows and porpoises which feed on these wigglersor rate 'will automatically trigger 'V"uqA, ,
frolic at times in our canal. mosquito larvae. This is the electrocardiographmachine
But too We have rattlesnakes the long range permanent and immediately an ..Up.,. Professional Bldg.
and coral snakes in these control work. electrocardiograph tracing is
wildly overgrown lots and But we do a certain amountof done on> the patient that is

streets. Here our, little girl fogging to kill off by contact suffering an attack..
loves to play, wandering the adult mosquitoes. -
through the brush with her However, during this recent '
dog, by her side. The dog has windy, squally weather, we This carefree electric
killed snakes that have beena are prevented from doing an oven

menace to her and warned effective Job of fogging.But .'
her of many more. rest assured, when conditions -

It would be worse than permit, we will operate I 'j ;' ;/ cleans itself. ..
criminal now to pen this true our fogging machines, : 1'1 ':., ,:, '
and trusting pet in a small and do everything possible to '!!.:. 'f" I .:, '
yard after the; years. of free. rid our community of these '"- 1 No more stooping.. .scrubbing..oven-scouring I You know how easy ,"

dom and worse would be the troublesome pests. ,., fI. rcp '. fca t t" *. it Is to keep the surface heating units clean. Now it can be just as easy ,.
effect on our little Mimi if Lyman L. Gage > s I' ; to keep tho oven clean. Just set the self-cleaning control and flameless

:.'> /r! .Ie 1. .'1-f{ 'il" electric takes over- relieving you of a dirty tedious chore. Now, more'

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$THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1969 John McKenzie, Orlando, boat hunting season is from No- CALENDAR
-- ed 15 bass, in the 3 to 4 pound vember through/ November
I range, 8 trout and 61 large 30. The third phase season EVENTSToday
croakers while fishing northof opens December 13 and continues ,. -,. ..
Bing's Sunday. through January 5. : Flagler Beach City
John Hammond Keystone Commission meets at 7:30: p.

NOTES Heights, caught 8 nice trout, m. .. '
one weighing 6 pounds, while PUNTPASSKICKCOMPETITION rr, (.0-)

BHS BULLDOGS fishing with live shrimp off CAP meeting at 7:30 p. m.

SEEK 'WINFRIDAY the dock at Ding's. at Bunnell Airport.
NIGHT Ell Edwards and John Sad- SATURDAY A. M. '
The Bunnell Bulldogs will osky brought in 8 channel (-0-)
seek their first win of the sea bass and 4 large trout. The local competition is Bunnell Band Parents meetat
son Friday night when they Saturday a trio from Jack scheduled to be held at Bulldog 8 p. m. in the bandroomat
in 250 ( Stadium on October 4, 9 Bunnell High School.
meet the St., Joseph eleven in sonville brought no
home territory. St. Joseph de mistake) which included a. m. Local (first place winners Monday, Oct. 6: Flagler
feated the Bunnell team 14-0 drum, trout, whiting and then ''go on to Zone and then, (-0-)
possibly, District, Area,' Divis
last season. Croakers. Bing's also reported County Commission meeting
: -- Game time is 8 p. m. at another large varied catch ion and National contests scheduled for, 9 a. m. in the
'W, totaling 165 mostly croakers, where they compete for more
Bulldog Stadium. The FISHING LINE'By commissioners room has been
The Junior Varsity sched were also caught in the intra- trophies. postponed to Monday October
ule has been' canceled for the BETTE ,McDANIEL, coastal waterway this past Also, all District winners go 13.
season,'according to BHS Prin weekend. with their parents to Area
cipal Cliff McGriff. The Many local fishermen are' Local anglers Cliff McGriff competitions held in NFL (-o-)

coaches were unable to ful- staying home this week, due and Jim Craig, boated 6 trout team'' stadiums. The 12 Na- Bunnell City CommIssIoners'
fill the football schedule due to (the rain (plenty of it), a 3 pound drum, 1 'nice man- tional finalists compete dur meet at 7:30: p. m. In the City

to an. insufficient number of wind and rough water. grove snapper and some whiting ing half time in the annual Hall.
players, McGriff said. Despite the unfavorable fishing in the 'canal.19697O NFL Plny.Oft'game in the e.0-)
weather conditions fishingwas VFW Auxiliary meets at 8
Orange Bowl in Miami, FlorIda
OCEAN PALM very 'good at the Flagler\ They and their parents p. m. at the post home West '
Beach' Pier this weekend. Blvd., Bunnell.
also take an exclusive /hour of
Rem Murray Noel Adams, Clint Mosler reports Bernard Cape Kennedy, the history, C-oO I
Bob Busch and Elise Busch Kozlowski of Flagler Beach SEASON OPENSSATURDAY. making site of the Apollo ,Tuesday, Oct. 7: Bunnell I
were winners of the Ocean caught a nice channel bass, Masonic Lodge No. 200 F&AM
OCT. 4 moon shots, and the Air
11 and 1
Palms Country Club mixed weighing pounds meets as 7:30 p. m.
scramble tournament Sunday ounce, while fishing off the Florida' dove hunters will Space Museum. (.0.) '

with a low net 69. pier.Varied take to the field at 12:00 noon, Punt, Pass and Kick is a sJpper-meet-
Runnersup in the mixed catches of Spanish Saturday October.4, when the nationwide program that is Senior Citizens
Allen mackerel, bluefish, whiting sponsored nationally by Ford ing at 6 p. m. at the Flagler
event were Johnny firs ;.phase of the 1969-70 migratory Hall. There
t Candy Wadsworth, George and pompano were also taken dove hunting season Dealers and the National will Beach be Municipal an election of officers

.; Allen and Bob Braswell.. Mosler said. opens, according to the Game Football League.
following supper
Some of the veteran anglers and Fresh Water Fish Com Gold ,trophie winners will
the, annual of '(-0-)
/ run
BHS. GIRLS WIN predict mission. go to the Gator Bowl Satur-
TOURNAMENT'CHAMPIONSHIP bluefish should start early Hunting will be allowed day, October 18 to compete Wednesday, Oct. 8: Flagler
this month, if the water temperature statewide from 12:00: noon un with winners of Florida ,and Woman's Club 'will meet at

Bunnell High School Girls ;climbs. The blues are til sunset, through November, Southern Georgia.. F. W. 2:30 p. m. at' the clubhouse
were named champions of the usually taken :in large quantities 2, except in that portion of Post 5213 and Boy Scout.Troop 1524 S. Central Ave., Flagler
third annual Northeast Florida by fishermen pluggingfrom Franklin ''County known as 472 are cosponsoring the Beach. A report oh the Florida
Girls Conference volley- the'end of the pier. Alligator Pplnt, and in ,refu- event Federation of Women's Clubs
ball (tournament at St. John's' (-0-) ges or sanctuaries. All should with Fall Board meeting at Naples
7 River Junior College. The Bun- Ding's Fisherman's. Resort Dove hunters',will be allowed sneakers.boys come will be given. -

., nell team was named champ- One of the best spots right a dally bag limit of ,,,18, (-0-)
Ions after defeating Florida now for canal fishing is in the with a' total possession of 36. Leslie Pache is Punt. Pass Country Club meets at 8 p..
and Kick Director.A .
D&B Green Cove Springs'St. flats north of Bing's.Some nice Hunters must possess valid 'm. at the home of Mrs. James

Augustine and Orange Park catches of bass, weighIng.3 to hunting licenses, available Minchew at Biminl.
schools. 6 pounds, have Bunnell girls selected for., . All-Conference were Jeanne. catches of trout ,reported. be plugged to three-shell capacity fishermen may take 75 fish TIDE TABLETides

Higginbotham, Ruby London Bing's is also 'reporting and rifles are prohibIted per day. Bag limit includes for October 2 8
> and GeraldIne Robinson. good, fishing with bass, trout : for taking migratorybirds. '10 bass, 15 -pickerel and 50
'" : The team is coached by SaI I I and croakers heading the list. pan sh. In some areas the Exact times may vary be-

rita Bradley. Gene Knight Bunnell, and The second. phase dove limit: is larger. cause of Influence ,by winds

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