The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00294
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Flagler CountySchools i1 1! HOPE CEMETERY Flagler Beach i1 I EASTERN STAR ]Teenager Alsac
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- Begin i II ORGANIZEThere Surfing Events L March I Set ForSeptember

Monday, Aug. 30 will be a meeting Prove Successful, Robert Morris Day will be observed i:[! 19
t Thursday, August 26 at 7:30p. : I Bunnell
by O. E. S. memo J
Flagler County Schools are The First Annual Southeastern I
i The first annual TEENAGERS
at the Masonic temple to I
in. bers tonight at six o'clock at a
scheduled to start Monday, Aug. organize a committee for the Surfing Championship held in MARCH will be held In the Flag.
ust 30 from 8:00: a. .-11:30 a. Flagler Beach last Saturday and I I I covered dish supper. :ler and St. Johns
area on September
Hope Cemetery. The duties of
m. No. lunch will be served on Sunday was highly successful i i i The supper will be served In 19 1965 it
the committee will be for the was announced
the first day of school. upkeep of the grounds Installa. J[,with approximately 100 partlcl-{ ||I)the dining room of the Masonic today by ALSAC Director.
; Temple Bay street. All members
Students should be prepared pating I in the events. Several i
Mrs. Annie Ruth Geller. The
tion of a water system etc. !and their families will partici
to the following fees: hundred visitors were in Flagler I ]
I All Interested are I an an.
I persons I I pate.
Supply FM Beach during the weekend for
j nual two hour march by teen.
Grades K & 1:.............."..."....$5.00: 'i urged to attend the meeting the events. I 1 for the of St. Jude
Shelton Brooks said agers support
Grades 2.6 ...........................-$4.00 today.Recreational I Winners In t he womans open Flagler County !| Children's Research Hospital
Grades 7-12 ..............................$150 events were 1st place Lynda I Memphis, Tennessee.
Insurant (Optional) I Barron; 2nd place Mimi Munro 1! Night Thursday at \ Founded by Danny Thomas
Grades K ft 1 $2.23 or $12.25 and Kathy Lacroix;; 3rd place C. St. Jude's is working in child.
t Grades 2.6 $2.25 or $12.25 E I C. Camp; 4th, Kathy Anderson; I "Cross and Sword" : hood diseases including child
t Grades 7.12 $2.75 or $12.75 Advantages of :5th, Pam Crawlar.In ,I hood cancer, leukemia, muscle
. (24 Hour Coverage) II the womans paddlelng race' Flagler County Night will be( disorders and nutritional disor
"Round the clock insurance 1( Florida LakesFlorida's first place was Lynda Barron observed tonight (Thursday) at ders.

, plan* (24 hr. coverage)) is for .1.1I and Jerry Galliaten. "Cross and Sword" production 1 I Teenagers from all over the
natural fresh. ,
365 days a year. I large The senior mens events were which Is staged at St. Augus nation have Joined with ,Danny
Some high school teachers j jr I enormous water,lakes provide the state an 1st, Roger Netsel; 2nd Mark tine's new 2000 seat amphithea I Thomas to help eradicate catastrophic
,r may recommend the use of 1 recreational advan Klzes; 3rd Glenn Miller; .4th, Ire:: Bob Yost said today all I t diseases.
workbooks to be purchased by tage placing it ahead of most John Sheriff; :5th. Dennis Hunter. Flagler County citizens will be I
I' others in this valuable potential I Expenses have I consistently I II
students in a specific subject The men's open events were lit, admitted at half price. All child.
, been held under 10 of
the Florida State Chamberof percent
This workbook will be used for Meniard; 2nd Roger Netsel; 3rd ren under 12 are admitted free.
all funds with than
In its raised more "
Commerce pointed out I
Hawes 4th, Glenn Miller "Cross and Sword" re-enacts
J enrichment work and will become Rusty ; ; j
r of dollar
ninety cents
Weekly Business Review released every go t
the of naUon'soldest
5th Jerry Hoey. founding our
, the property of the student ing directely to the research
r at the end of the school yesterday. Junior Men winners were: 1st, city by the Spanish Ad. I work being carried on at St. t
. year. "Counting only the lakes Bill Shaw; 2nd Gene Lacroix; I mlral Pedro Menendez De Aviles I. Jude Hospital Mrs., Geller said.
Starting with' the 1965.66 which range In size from 10 3rd Chuch Bull; 4th, Rick Perry; I In the year 1565.:
i school year, students must be in square miles (or 6,400 acres) 5th. Dave Hetsel. i The first full-scale outdoor I I
" school at least a half a day to and over, Florida has 19. Their Novice winners were 1st, Jeff drama In Florida, "Cross and LEONARD MOODY
be counted present and must at. combined surface area is 1,152 Campbell; 2nd, Pawl Honour; I Sword" is the latest creation of ,
tend 150 of the 180 school daysin square miles."Florida's 3rd Jim Mercer; 4th, Scott Wild. playwright Paul Green.; I HONORED AT LIONS
, ". order to pass. In the high lakes are fed by er; :5th Rick Shilling. "Cross and Sword", employinga
:... school students must be present Okeechobee with a 700 square Jimmy McNabb was Injured cast of 100, uses the latest In CLUB MEETINGCurtis
150 of the 180 class periods mile' surface. (Incidentally, the Saturday evening and could not lighting, Bound, and dance technlque Tubb of the Daytona
c to receive credit for that class. land area of half of Florida' compete In the finals. to recreate the story of Beach Rehabilitation Center In

, Each class absence i. counted 67 counties are not so large as Chairman and co chalrman the hardship and struggles of Daytona Beach wa* guest speak ,
individually. This Includes ex. this lake.) Chuck Mlsslnnee and Cora Menendez' 'Spanish colonist to er at the luncheon meeting of
cused and unexcused absences; "Lake George,' Florida* second Buckles of the Legion Post said establish a foothold In the New I the Lions Club Tuesday. Tom

I--,..;.. .-no makeup! ..work ljtbjt allow:,.; lake Icy-."arpatt TO ,square they wished ,to express their appreciation World. This magnificent: play Lennsend and. Tom Pinner were .. I
.. ed' for'an unexcused absence. mile: "Lake Xtolmmee1 1* 55 id all those who help. ranges In scope from the'glitter also guest ,
Parents are requested not to square miles;; Apopka Is 48; Is. ed to make the affair a big success. I of the Court of Philip II of Spainto Leonard Moody presented the '
withdraw students from school I tokpoga is 43; and Tsala Apopka the savage Florida wilderness. Club with a stamp machine '
'" during the school day except In Is 30. Lake Tohopekaliga is 29; It tells of the effort of Menen which will be placed In a public 1
an emergency situation.Pre'felbtratlon Harris Is 27; Orange Is 26; and METHODIST CHURCH I dez and his chaplain, Father place for the sale of stamp '
for new students East Tohopekaliga 1* 19. Griffin J Lopez, to establish both a per Proceeds from the machine will
r to t he County, grades 7.12 and Monroe are each 14; Jesup PROMOTION DAY I manent colony and Christian be used by the Club In their
n has been scheduled' at Bunnell is 13; Weohyakapka 1* 12; Tal Sunday, August 29 will be I mission among the fierce Tim. sight projects. Leonard Is leav
High School, Friday, August 27 quln and Eustis are both 11; Promotion Day for the First Icuan Indians led by the mighty ing this week for Virginia wherehe
I from 9:00-10:30: a. m. and Blue Cypress, Hatchlneha Methodist Sunday school. chief Orb la, and of the subsequent will teach Industrial ArU.He .
and Lochloosa are 10 square Mrs. Leslie Tucker, Sunday love of the chief sister, has been an active memberof

PRESCHOOL VISION mile each."Nationally. school superintendent will be Notlna, for Menendez.Rich the Club for the past nine
there are 249 In charge of the program. All In traditional 16th century years and holds a 100 percent I
TEST RECOMMENDED freshwater natural lakes of 10 children going Into the fifth costumes, this production attendance record. He has served > <
,. Dr. Sayers of the Flagler Coun square miles or more (exceptingthe grade will be presented a Bible staggers both the eye' and the a* president of the Club a* i
; ty Health Department has urged ,Great. Lakes) with a total by Rev. Snow as a gift from the ear with its superb blending of well as many other om,". Hewa
parents who are getting child area of 13,800 square miles. Sunday school .The fall pro. color and sound. The splendorof Installed as talitwlstcr In t
l. ren ready for their first year of These are located In or border. program will begin Sunday, September the old World I I. caught in June. The Club member gave
, school to be sure to include an tog 23 of the state with Alaska 5. the more than 250: costume' Leonard a standing ovation In
eye test for them. He stated and Minnesota having the great The teachers for the coming seen during the drama. The authentic appreciation for his work in the
"Vision testing .is an Important est area in these large lakes. ,year are: Nursery class, Mrs. music used throughout Club.
It part of preparing your child for "General statistic: of these I Jeff Seale, Mrs. Elbert Crews, the play was selected and chosen President John Seay named
school, even if you don't suspect lakes salt lakes and principal I Mrs. Marshal Crews. by the author from the libra Dale Brown to serve the balanceof
any problems." Dr. Sayers explained artificial reservoirs are available Grades 1 and' 2-Mr*. Gene ties and archive of Madrid and the year a* talltwister. He ale
l that the preschool eye from the U. S. Geological Sur. Knight and Mr*. } d Zellers. Sevlle. so appointed Zip Edmonson as
J: test is important because it can vey, No attempt Is made here to Grades 3 and 4-Mrs. Charles In producing "Crou and food chairman for the month.A .
reassure parents of a normal conclude the friendly controversy Cowart, Jr. and Mr- *. S. J. Til Sword", St. Augustine 1* providIng .
s condition. among the"natural.. ton. Jr.Grades. a spectacular highlight to lAtter To
:; ,According to some estimates,I lake-blessed state on the total 5 and 6;are open. the clt/ )"'* 400th anniversary eel Bunnell SchoolKindergarten
: 20 to 25 percent of American number, regardless of size, Junior High-Mr. Lee Mercer. ebration this year, and plan to Parent
children' at the school entrance I which each enjoys. The. basic Senior High-Mr. Ray Mercer continue the drama each summer Dear Parents i
, age have defective eyesight and tools to arrive' at such a lake. Young Adults-Mr*. George as a permanent cultural at. Due to the traffic hazard In.
there continue to be reports list count are lacking. There 1* no Clegg. tracion. Directed by Dr. I* L. volved In loading Kindergarten
, ing poor vision as the cause of I accepted definition of how large Adult*-Mr*. Lee Blakely. Zimmerman of the University of children In the parking lot we
below average school perform. a lake must be; and there 1 11 no Sunday school secretary- Florida, "Cross and Sword" will are asking that you park and
ance. Since the majority of defects nationwide agency with fundsto George Clegg.Literature run through Sept. 5, nightly, except come to the kindergarten room
can be corrected the eye count them. After all such a Tet.ry-Mn. O. Friday Reservations may for your child. We shall keep all
examination and corrective ac count Is of no significance in K. Herr be obtained by writing P. O. children Inside the rooms until
'1' tion if necessary' should be done, itself for It 1* the water area Box 1963 St. Augustine, Florida. called for.
f before the child enters school. 1 which 1* Important." FIRST BAPTIST The amphitheatre locatedon Both of us have afternoon
With the modern methods' Route S-3 south of the Bridgeof classes so please be prompt,
. used by many optometrist today 1 Lions on AnUtatla Uland. however, we would like to request
children 4 to 5 years old i LEAVE TO BESIDE Rev Thomas Pinner said to. that you do not come be.
s can be successfully tested even I I m VTHCIHIAt day the topic for his Sunday tore 12:30 as we are Involved In
r though the human eye does not and Mrs. Leonard Moody morning worship service will FIRST METHODIST some teaching activity until that
reach maturity until about age I,I and Eula Lee left Wednesday be "How To Be Rescued From SUNDAY SERVICES time and the children ,are very
7. The tests are easy to take and I morning for the Washington An Illicit Love Affair". The Great Invitation" will be easily distracted.'
. very often made entertaining!I area of Virginia where they will At the evening service. Henry" the sermon subject of Kv, E. E. The Kindergarten Teachers:
, for the youngster. I reside. Mr. Moody will be teach Zlmmerle will be ordained a* a Snow, Sunday at the eleven o' Mr*. France WadsworthMrs.
big Industrial Arts there. lie wa I I I deacon. He was elected by the I clock service. The scripture text Wllda Hargrtt
t'r. formerly employed with the Church earlier this summrr A*. I wil be; "Come unto me, all ye
r. A live fish never stop grow: bune. sisting. Rev. Pinner in the ordination that labor and are heavy laden Gold fever sparked California' ;
Ins Growth slows abruptly at I I Mr*. Moody plan to .. Tri.1 will be Rev Max hall,|[I r and I will give you rest"' growth In the 19th century. In
r sexual maturity but the, fishgenerally 'the area also. She formerly ,pastor of the First Baptist Church:* Sunday School will be held at 1K alone, almost 100,00 treaa
\ gets a little longer' the fifth grade teacher of the''lot Flagler Beach. The public Is 9:45: a. m. The public I* cordially ure seekers reached the terrl
and a little thicker every year.' Flagler Beach SchooL Invited to this special service. Invited. tory.



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They use them to toss curves: colored annuals to perk up borders

q 'ioida and drops like a big leaguer. 1 i or to edge shrubs and flow.er .

When the fruit matures and beds, try candyturft, Chinese
(By Berrey Sharpe) turns yellow, the slimy seeds I forget-me-nots, cup-flower, Dahl- I BROWN & BROWN INC. :

II you are running out of Inside the maypop are worthyof I berg daisy, lobelia, Moroccan I

neighbors to hate "with a purple tasting-if you like a sicken. toadflax or viola. INSURANCEOUR I
passion," then consider ing sweet mass. The fruit is\ To take care of your needs for

growing the passion plant. It used in flavoring ice cream and cut flowers and artistic bouquets

has purple flowers. confectionery. Some say that I plant blanket flower, cal. PHONE NUMBER IS( ':

The plant Is also called the maypops add an exotic flavor endula carnation clarkia, mig-

maypop, since the fruit of the to punches, mixed drinks and ; nonete, mourning bride and the I 437-3394

plant when stepped on may I Juices.As old favorite, snapdragon. .
burst with a "pop." Small-fry I
baseball pitchers put the lopsided I I I a medicinal plant, the passion THEY'RE MADE TO ORDER
plant is said to produce a ..
fruit 'to a practical use. Egg yoke color can be made -

,I this sedative influence effect you While may llke under....to to order for egg buyers. Dr. R.H. LIIIJ'...J........",.._..."".. '....." '."...""'... ...........Vt/"J'J"J'1V'JY'r1\'

Harms, nutritionist with thestate's
CLASSIFIEDADS consider the legend attached to FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
agricultural experiment
the plant.
I stations, says the yoke color
The ten colored parts of the varies from near colorless to AMBULANCE

flower were believed to represent burnt orange, depending on the PHONE VAlley 4 1625

Listings under this heading are the ten Apostles present at I hen's dIet. And controlled yolk SERVICE ST AUGUSTmE. FLORIDA
3 cents a word each insertion. the Crucifixion. Inside the flower color is becoming Increasingly I

75 cents. the minimum charge is a showy crown of colored important in Florida's egg In. Never be besltunt about calling a Carda Ambulance. We

FOR RENT-1 bedroom cottage, filaments which is supposed to dustry. are always at your service with promptness, safety andexpertDC.

large living room area, call437.33Ot represent the crown of thorns. ..
The capital city of West Irian
: 8 26 ltc
There five stamens
I the are five wounds. suggesting The ,has had three names in less Equipped With Oxygen Re.u.ita!or And Inhalator
FOR RENT 4 .room house, inquire than two years. When former
1427 South Flagler Avenue, long tendrils represent the whip I I Netherlands New Guinea was Garcia Funeral HomeP.
with which Christ was scourged.The
Flagler Beach. Phone 439-2194. turned over to Indonesia, Hoi-
8-26-2tp finger-like leaves representthe landia became Kotabaru. Now it E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
hands of the
persecutors. is called Sukarnapra to honor
3 and 3 to 11 shifts. Young and Passion seed or flowers cuttings.are propagatedby A sandy Indonesian President Sukarno. 1/'''''....''''.......''....."J".v...?"...".................,l..J'.......? ............
neat, experience not necessary.1 I loam soil Is recommended, but

Apply Windmill Grill between, the plant will thrive on organicsoil.

4 and 11 P.M. 8-19-2tp, The plant is easily bitten

I by frost, therefore grow the
FOR SALE-CBS 2 bedroom home I 1j ;
plant in a protected spot.
on corner of Forsythe St; and

Court .\ve. $6,500. Call 437.3322.1 Annuals *. 0 Nlt/1 611/1.* HJlM A94CK' )IMX SIKL BO OXQM1 *
There are dozens of annuals id ox MMOQ invrOX
and perennials that can be Ji
FOR RENT-Clean unfurnishedair planted now until the last of I r ral l+oa 1. >u sI siAe.
,N1p7 1y 1M91g1/1S s l'11M sM an OX T/ L LY! AWN
conditioned 2 bedroom apart. October, If you desire to schedule I 1Nf OJ.lr MO IIJVi1'x07' h/g11 if11 },' 17- Ns11 ZJ.NVHI
ment title bath and kitchen 7111A41104 Ql N107 T 11W Il f l,1/ > faes/1 r
splashes of bright colors in I ,AVs dCd Aw'V.1115 1'1.1 TJM NO1T01 NILCS
;' ; swvof Hill N ot:! o0 11rr assn 71.s s'w'
near school. Phone 4373340. the garden during the winter!

Aug. 12tfOPENING and even next spring. ;I

Unfortunately, many new gar.
for Rawlelgh Dealerin
denrs think that they can get i
Flagler County. Mrs. Ed Noles
the widest range of colors If
now completing 6th in ad. '
they plant packets of mixed
joining locality and'Is securing
seeds, Usually there is a wide
good business. Write Rawlelgh,
I+ range of colors in'these packets,
FAII-360-701, Memphis, Tenn.
I but colors are often inferior
August 12 and 26-2tc PLYMOUTHDEALIN
when the bargain mixturess are

COre UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, planted. For brightest colors, I
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and. stick to individual packages ol
I deliver all furniture free. For separte colors and plant only

I sample material and prices on I top quality seed.
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf oT get a good stand of seedlings .

protect them from the
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain' dreaded damping-off disease,
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable which is quite prevalent duringthe

;y prices. Call George Ja- warm September and October ;
cox ID 7.3410 8-1-tf days.

There ,are several chemicalsfor a

JOHNSTON'S sale at your garden supply
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store that will help keep down
damping-off. They include Sem-
Spergon, Fermateand Ker-
bam. Treating the seeds with .. -4 ,
ACREAGE I .- 'JPP t. fP( "'
one of these materials and sow.
Bee us for you real estate needs DAYS !
ling the seeds in flats will In-
Office Phone HE 9-2242
that will
1 Residence Phones TD 7-3691 I sure you produce
or'ID 7-3517 healthy seedlings.If .
"""- you are looking for bright
, ',

h I Plymouth sates are booming,

." so we want to share
son Avenue, Daytona Beach, Halifax Area's lead

... ing company dealing in Hurricane Protection, received success with you!

if '.
':,I the contract to storm-proof the Flagler Beach Terrific Deals! !': ," .

)} City Hall and new Fire Station and Library Build f ." .

r, I ing. Big Trade-in Allowances! J'f.1'" .

Immediate Delivery, *: : .

Under the supervision of H. L. .Hanks, owner of


hurricane panels were tailored to fit the individual

needs of the building and is designed for fast,installation ':

is light In weight but rugged in strength, .

easily dismantled and require very little storage }

space because of compact stacking.The .

,. City Hall and Fire Station-Library Building
looked neat and trim when all the panels were installed rmv f.aveosagwwpn/sAp44scUOA

:; yet gave the impression that protection and SEE THE DEAUN' MAN AT PLYMOUTHLAND I M.--..........''O2ffiOft.fi! !

security was within the walls when a hurricane

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strikes. u. S. Highway, 1 South Ir.ltz Motors, lllC. BunneD. FloridaW


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Thursday, August. 26,. 1965. .. THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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Prints. Plaids, Pleated, Plain .
Both half lip and full lip with tim! of lace or
just plain cotton buffant...017(00( and rayon fab, Sizes 4 through 14
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; State of Florida do hereby glee Lion of Florida be amended by add department for the'purpose of constructing (2) For the deposit into any reserve
Center notice that a ng the section: set forth below toe or reconstructing those fund provided for In the
Evaluation of the following roads proceeding authorizing the Issuance
) numbered by the secretary of portions
will : : 1An each County In state and that said amendment b<. which are not already four-lane! of said bonds or certificate
Florida on the first Tuesday after submitted to the electors of Florida (except for Item 34 and a, portion of any amounts required to be deposited .
For Florida SwineThe the first Monday In November, for ratification or rejection at a of Item 12 where two lane will be in such reserve fund In
which date Is November 2. 196S for special election to be held under added to existing four lanes), Into such fiscal year
the ratification or rejection of the authority of Section I of Article four or more lane highways and (I) After all payment requiredIn
Florida Swine Evaluation aid Joint Resolutions' proposingamendments XVII of the Constitution of Florida to pay fifty (60) per cent of the such fiscal year for the purpose
to the Constitution ol on November 2, 1965. That three. right of way cost thereof: provided for In (1) and (2) above,
Center to help swine producers the State of Florida vii: fourth (V.) of the :membership I hf 1. S.R. IS- from Ft. Walton Beach including any deficiencies for required
their breeding practices NO. 1 the legislature doe determine to payments PYlle: fiscal
Improve an emergency exists requiring ar 2.Crt..le11 from years, have been for, anymoneys
will open at Live Oak September SENATE JOINT 261 RESOLUTION NO. early decision bye the electors of through Cottondale and campbelf. :3n; Jnalr such state
this state. Alabama line road b* transmitted
to ;
13, Dr. M. O, Watkins, director A JOINT RESOLUTION to Subsections proposing(1and ) (a) That beginning January 1, ton I. U.a 90 extension East and monthly by the board for deposit

of the Florida Agricultural an amendment(2) of Section 6 of Article: "V 1966 and for twenty years thereafter West of e .51-iie a. total -of approximately state In road the trust state fund treasury along with the
one-half cents H4ejor )
Extension Service, says. I of the Florida Constitution of relativeto three, one-elghts and ( / ) ( 4. U.a 90 from U.S. 231 to BeFuniak the other unrestricted fund In the
district courts P cJt.tcfr state road
money account a* pro-
appellate of the four per Springs;
Kenneth L. Durrance, exten scribing; the number of proceeds vided In Section
the number gallon of the total tax levied by 6. Ua 90 from U.S. 231 to Capital 239.061. Florida
within the state
will direct districts and other Circle. West of Tallahassee, Statute, for use by the department
law gasoline
sion husbandman, of Judges tc serve In each dis state upon .
as provided by law.
of petroleum now (except In Marlanna Chattahoochee
like products
Watkins said. tract and the composition of the Proceeds of said bond certi-
the center Dr. and and Quincy or
court declaring an emergency under known as the first gas tax. upon ; ficates which
: fuels used to propel motor 6. U.a 90 from Monroe Street In have been transmit
Swine producers In Florida Section S of Article XVII of the other ted to the departmenand
vehicles (hereinafter called Pledged Tallahassee to East approximately
will have an opportunity to obtain State Constitution election.I ; providing for a Revenue), shall a* collected in distributed ; 6.8 miles on deposit In any sinking fund or
special of the monthly by the state comptroller 7. U.a 96 from Madison to- 1J.n.-;: other fund created for any Issue
Information needed to Improve WHEREAS, the Legislature of bonds or certificate, pending
Florida has determinedthat to the state board of administration '. .S'u.21 from Georgia t
State of :
their actual use be Invested
(hereinafter called the Perry 37.Afrom Perry tWlllliton. may
and performance requiring an ,
the quality an emergency In direct
obligation of the United
U.8. 27 from Wllllstonto
board to be deposited In s. trust
early decision by i Miami State of Amorca or in the othersecurities
of market hogs. Informa the State does exist, NOW THERE- fund to be known as the "staU ; t
roads bond fund." Such fund shall 9. U. 8. 19 from Georgia line to referred to Section
tion will be provided on feed FORE. 244.27 Florida Statute
Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof be administered by the board ai St. Petersburg.
conversion carcass Information, the State of Florida: hereinafter provided and used only 10. U. S. 201 from Georgia line to (d) The board shall have the
That the following proposed as provided In this amendment.For Dade City; power to make and enforce all
parasite Infestation, carcass amendment of Subsection and the this amendment 11. S.R.; 24 from Gainesville to ; rule and regulation necessary to
of Section 6 of Article .JIJf the the bESoal a* s Waldo I the full exercise of the power
health report, and pig Index. Constitution(2) of Florida Is agreed body corporate during the life ol IS. th. 8. 17 from Tulee to East herein granted and no legislationshall
The Center Is located adjacentto to and shall be submitted to the this amendment, and shall have all Port Roads; from San Juan Avenue : be required to render this I
elector of the State for approvalor the Powers provided In this amend' to. Naval Air Station add two I amendment of full force and op-
the new State Diagnostic rejection at a special called went In addition to all other constitutional (2) lanes from Naval Air Station I oratineffect on January 1. 1966.
of the election. as provided b S and statutory power related to a R. S09 South of Palatka; I The legislature during the period
Laboratory and Just north of Article XVII of the Florida Constitution to the purposes of this 1$. a R. 50 from Brooksvlll to this amendment I* In effectshall
Live Oak Livestock Market. : amendment heretofore, or hereafter U.S. 1 South of Tltusvllle; I' not reduce the rate of said first
Section S. District Court of Ap- conferred by law upon said I board.b 14. a R. 620 from Cocoa Beach gas tax a* now provided In Chap
Any swine producer In the The ( ) The board, through the Florida approximately 19.7 mile Northwest: ter 20S: Florida Statute, or eliminate
to enter test state shallAppellateinto four U) development commission or 15. U. a 93 from U. a 19 to Bar- exempt or remove any person
state Is eligible
or more appellate district of con. any successor agency thereto shall tow: firm or corporation now and
groups, If space Is available and tiguous counties a* the Legislaturemay have the power to Issue bond or 1$. S. R. 10 from Clearwater to hereafter subject to said tax from
from time to time prescribe, certificates, Including refundingbonds Vero Beach; the levy and collection of said tax.
all qualifications are met. and there shall be organized a district or, certificate to fund or re. 17. U.S. 41 from Tampa to Naples; as now provided In Chapter SOS.

The Swine Evaluation CenterIs court of appeal In each dis fund any bond or certificate 11. V. 8. 441 and a R. SO fromSouth Florida Statute, and shall not enact
trict. theretofore Issued subject to approval Bay to West Palm Beach any law Impairing or materially '
one of the six action programs ORGANIZATION: NUMBER! of the board and the bond U. S. 441 from a R. SO to Miami altering the right of the holder .
review provided In Section with of any bond or certificate Issued -'
19. U. S. 1 from its junction
recommended by $ Statates a* to legaland the proposed South pursuant to this amendmentor
There shall Initially be three (,) for deI Boulevard altering
fiscal sufficiency, the purpose Impairing or any covenants
Agricultural way near
DARE (Developing of
judges In each district court appeal
of obtaining funds for southeasterly to State Road 6-A or agreement of the boardmade
Resources Effectively) 'Commit- and the Legislature I may for provide I the state road department (he etc of Homestead add two (S) hereunder or having the effect
for additional judge any I
after called the department lanes' of withdrawing the pledged:
tee for betterment of the state's district court of appeal and may I construct of, reconstruct portlani .r 0..ir.8. 1 from South of Homestead revenue from the operation ot till
reduce the number of any districtto '
of the primary road system of the amendment. ,
swine Industry. three S Three I to includingBoca
not less than ( ) 'an'I'rii.
state Into four or more Ian* high Chlca but excluding (e) No of the
(I) judges shall constitute a panel
agricultural extension and for the < el'pr.t1rIoI
purchase o
The for and shall consider each case rights all other bridge over 500 state or any .
of way .therefor provided feet In length thereof shall have any direct financial
Su- and the of majorityof
service cooperated with the concurrence a that proceeds of the) Bond or certificate Escambla extensionof
the panel shall be necessary to a !1. In county, Interest In any contract let
wannee County Commissionersand decision. The court shall hold at I Issued hereunder shair be Interstate 110 from Maxwell pursuant to this amendment. However ..
least one (1) session every year In I used to pay fifty per moll %) Street to U.& 9$. or U.a 29 from this prohibition shall not apply
the Rural Areas Develop of the costs of the right. '
each judicial circuit within the district Pensacola to the stat to municipal officer and employees
swine committee In mak wherein there Is ready business for any such roads. i iI line and U.s. 90 from ait. 295. via violation' of this sectionshall
ment to transact. After a change In I The average net Interest cost on' Cervantes Street to Interstate 10. be punishable a* provided by
Ing It possible to obtain the fa. the territorial limits of any appellate any Issue of such bonds or certificates East of Pensacola. should the stat law a* a misdemeanor.
district, all proceedings ,then shall not exceed roar and road department determine the 'h1'to'! verified certification by
cilities for the Center. pending I within the Jurisdiction of one-half per centum (4ft per an* need to be greater: of administration filed In
The Center will provide educational each district court or appeals shall num. Such bonds or certificate 22. In n. 4alu County, arterial connectors the office of the secretary of state
be transferred to the court then hall mature at such time or time ., that all bonds Issued pursuant to
demonstrations usefulto having jurisdiction except causes as the- board shall determine net a total of approximately but not this amendment have been paid
which have been orally argued. exceeding In any event however more than seven million two hun the amendment shall be of no fur.
swine producers throughoutthe NO. twenty years from January 1. IK* dred fifty thousand dollar (37.350.- ther effect and shall be deleted
state. It will provide participants HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. The board shall have power to determine ; 000) for right of way and construction from future publication of the
1449 all other details of such ; constitution.
with useful and help. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan bond or certificates, and to sell 22. In fit Johns County. aR. II B
amendment to section 7 of Art such bonds or certificate* at public from Interstate 95 to U.S. 1; SENATE JOIST ;' '/ NO.
ful Information In selection of icle V of the state constitution by sale, after public advertisement 24. In Alachua Gainesville 26 .
breeding stock thereby improve adding subsections (IA) and (IB) thereof. None of said bonds or certificate from Interstate. 75 to ; A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
authorising the legislature to pro shall be sold at less than 25. In Volusla County Seville' an amendment to Section IS of Article
ing the efficiency of weight gain vide an additional county judge In 'the par value thereof plus accrued niI. from Interstate 95 and Interstate IX of the Stat Constitution
Lake County: declaring an emergency Interest and raid bonds or 4 to U.a 1: to provide that the term "motor
and meatiness of their herds. and providing for a special certificates shall be awarded at I 2$. In Orange County arterial vehicle Include mobile homev
Producers who wish to enter election. public sale thereof to the bidder I II connector and urban Improvements trailer coaches, I1.a'e. trailer,
Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof I offering the" i iI a total of approximately camper type mounted
pigs on test should send their the State of Florida I : I cost for such bond oeJ.rrl:1: :* but no more than seven million a.'cr transported wholly upon
That the following amendment to I In the manner to be determinedby two hundred fifty thousand dollars the of a *elf-propelled vehicle
entries to their local county agricultural section 7 of Article V of the stats the board. (17.260.000) for right of way and or any type of trailer or vehicle .
agent.Florida's constitution adding subsections The board with the consent of construction body without Independent mo
CiA) and (SB) as set forth below the department shall have the 27. In Hlllsborough County arterial tlve power drawn by or carried up.
Is agreed to and shall be submittedto for the payment of connector and urban improvements en a self-propelled vehicle, design
the qualified electors of the state the principal: and Interest on said a total of approximate- ed for and used either a* a mean
for ratification I or rejection on November bonds or certificates and reserve more than seven million of transporting person or propertyover
bondsor two hundred fifty thousand dollars the public strets and high
S. IKS, as provided in sec therefor, Includingrefunding -
EconomyIs tlon S,of Article XVII of the state certificate, all or any part of (t7.260.000) for right of way and way of this stat or for furnish
constitution. the money to laced In the construction: Ing housing accommodations, or
Section 7. County judges' courts. state road bond ;fund provided for 2$. In Plnslla <;:::.ntt.n extensionof both: providing for a license tax)
(JA) County judges Lake Coun In this amendment and to enter Interstate 4 f Av declaring an emergency.WIIEILEAA .
Up Five Percent ty The may provide. Into any other covenant or agreements enue to U. 19; the Legislature of
without referendum thereon for with the holders of such S9. In Plnella County, aR 693166th the Stat of Florida has determined
mid- additional In Lake bonds or certificate concerning the ) U.R 19 that an emergency requiring an
I Florida's at one (1) judge 3 :.tr8tt catr.R.Il\tU.:
economy Lvcle
county. security thereof and the right of SO. o early decision by the electors of
year stood well ahead of 1964 (SB) This amendment shall become the holders thereof, all ot which from Interstate; 95 to Ft. Pierce ill: the state exist. and
effective only Its covenants and shall In Breward County. RR. WHHKEAfl. an amendment t.
as measured by the principal by a majority of upon the elector approval constitute I legally binding and irrevocable from U.a. 441 to RR. Ill: the Stat Constitution dealing with

devices the Florida State Cham of the state participating In the contracts with such holders IS. In Broward County. RR. AlA the subject matter of taxation of
pedal election l held' November I.IKS. and shall bo fully enforceable from Ft. Lauderdale to RR. 814 certain types of motor vehicle
ber of Commerce says. and a concurrent approval: ofa by such holder In any court of In Pompano; should be submitted' to the voter
majority of the electors of Lake competent jurisdiction.No SS. in Browsed County RR. AlA of the StatV of Florida at the earliest
"Jobs. held and money earned county participating In the same such bonds or certificates hall from Hollywood Boulevard to U.a possible time. NOW THEREFORE. .

tlectlon.Be be Issued by the board having annual 1 Dania
showed (the most significant It Further Resolved that three maturity requirements an 34? In Dade County. RR. 836 (Pale Belt Received by the Legislature

creases. Employment of all Fourths (%) of all member electedto amount exceeding 'seventy-five per toettai Expressway), from oPf.r-t{ of the State of Florida:
each house of the legislature centum (75%) of the amount whichIt South Dad Expressway That the' following amendment tSection *
types was up :5 per cent overa toes determine that an emergency determines can be serviced by add two (I) lanes: IS of Article IX of the
and Incomewas requiring an early decision by the 'the Pledged Revenue accruing for SS. In Dad County, proposed Stat Constitution I* agreed to and
year ago personal electors l of the state does exist with such ue under the provision of South Dade Expressway from URI shall be submitted to the elector
running at an annual rate reference to this amendment to this amendment based upon the near Caribbean Boulevard to of the stat for approval or rejection
section 7 of Article V of the state average annual amount of said Stat Road 816 Palmetto Expressway at a. special called election a*
of 8 per cent over last year., constitution. Pledged Revenue collected during near Miller Road (RW, 84th provided by Section S of Article

debits of S the twenty-four (14) month Immediately Street): XVII of the Florida Constitution
"Bank a good gauge
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION' NO.A preceding the date of the 3$. Such road, which shall be held on the first
business activity, showed an '8 ; bonds or certificate, or the amount the need for which shah be determined (1st) Tuesday after the first (1st'Monday
JOINT KEBOLljTlOtt: ) .ro posngin of said Pledged Revenue collected by the department to b* In November next, 'which
per cent Increase ,and bank ,deposits amendment to' section 9 of Article during the twelve (II) months a* great as hro-O listed: providedhowever I date I* November S 1945.BR .
were about the same V of the State Constitution to Immediately' preceding the date of such unlistsoproject IT FURTHER HBPOLVED
up provide that In Palm Reach county said bonds or certificates whichever shall b* undertaken until that three fourth 111) of all member
degree. the clerk of the clreult court shall Is the lesser a* shown In a department has under contractall elected. to each house of the
also be the clerk of the criminal certificate filed by the state comptroller segments of the project here- Legislature doe determine that an
"Sales tax collections were 12per court of record: trmlnlnr that with the board prior to the Inabov listed a* Item 1 through emergency requiring an early decision
cent over 1964 and gasoline in .... Issuance of such bonds or certifi $1. nor shall such unlisted project by the elector of the Stags
Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof cates. No bonds shall be Issued b* undertaken until tile departmenthas doe .xl.t with reference to this
ales amounted to 5 per cent the State of riorldas hereunder In an amount exceeding determined that there are or amendment to Section IS of Article
That the following amendment to three hundred million dollars will b* sufficient funds for the IX l.Y'i.D ( .
more. section t of Article V of the state 100.000.000)). specifl completion of all the listed pro). ( Motor vehicle subject
"Real a' these gains are there constitution, \. to: that approval of two thirds of both ects. Th listing of said project to single property ta-. Uetor
three fourth 4%) :r:1I mentor* houses of the legislature. No election 1 through Si shall not b* construed vehicle, a* shall be subject -
were sonic disappointing: features elected to the house of representatives or approval of qualified" elector as a priority schedule, but to only term of taxation
and to the senate determine or freehold elector shall be the order In which,, said read are which shall be a. license tax
of the state's economy at that an emergency requiring an required for the issuance of bondsor to be constructed shall b* In thediscretion for the *perUon *f such meter
mid 1965. New business Incorporations the certificate hereunder. of the rta1't. (m vehicle, which license tax shall bo
earl the state I.II.r: and efI..1J Any proceedings t* validate bond Where title to any : t way In such amount and levied for such
were formed at a rate amendment be submitted to the or certificate to be Issued hereunder for said road I* acquired after Purpose* a* the legislature may by
electors of Florida for ratification shall bo brought In the circuit April 16. 1946. any such right of and shall be> In lieu
of about a thousand a. month, or rejection at a special election toM court In and for Leon County, way was purchased with secondary of lf ad valorem taxes assessable
registering only one cent held on November t. IKS. and Pursuant to Chapter 7$. Florida gas tax funds, fifty per cent against motor vehicle a* personal
per that publication of notice of election : except that any notice. (61%) of the costs of said right property."Motor.
over 1964. Business failures, the I b* given: r ru nisi I or other order relating to of way shall be reimbursed from "...Icl.- a.* that term '*
Section 9. Criminal courts of the Issuance. validation or vale of the proceed of the bond Issued used herein also Include mobile
other soft spot>> were up 9 per record. the bond or certificates need be hereunder Where any contract I home trailer coaches house trailers I

cent and their liabilities were (10) The clerk of the circuit courtIn published only In Leon County. has been entered Into after April I camper type mobile homesmounted
and for Palm Beach county shall After the Initial issuance of any 1$. 1946. :4be secondary gas tax and transported wholly
almost double 1964 as reportedby also be and serve as the clerk of bonds or certificate pursuant to funds are used for the construction upon the body *f a self-propelled I
the Taint Beach county criminal this amendment the board may Issue of any of said projects vehicle, or any tye of trailer *r
Dun & Bradstreet"PROPOSED court of additional bonds or certificate on* hundred per cent (100%) of vehicle body without Independent
record.No.. 4 which will rank equally and on a such expenditure shall b* reimbursed motive power drawn by or carried
COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR parity as to, lien on and source of from th* proceed of the bond upon a. lf-proplled vehicle d-l
CONSTITUTIONAL SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION' security for said Issued hereunder. signed for and used either a* a]
AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED OX: NO. 141 pledged ... nuat"nro'"d: : or The holder of the bonds or certificate mean of transporting persons *r|
NOVEMBER 1. IMS A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingin certificates theretofore Issued pursuant Issued hereunder shall not property over the publt streets
.NOTICE OP SPECIAL ELECTION: amendment to Article IX of the to this amendment.No have any responsibility whatsoeverfor .'* ef this stat or ferl
WHEREAa The Legislature of Constitution of adding bonds, certificate otherobligations the application or. use of any furnishing housing accotnmoda*,
IKS. under the constitution of 1115 K section to be number by the whatsoever shall at anytime of the proceed derived from the lions or both;vehicle 4 howeverj
of the State of Florida did\ pas secretary of state authorising I the be Issued under the provisions sale of such bonds or certificate: any Included herein shah
Joint Resolutions proposing amend- Issuance of bonds not to exceed .f this amendment except such and the rights and remedies of theholders b* subtext to a. license tax a. a
menU to the Constitution of the 1100.000,006. without legislative approval bonds or certificate Intlally Issued ofsuch bonds or certificates perable motor vehicle rvgardle!
State of Florid, and they were I for the construction and hereunder. or such additional parity and their right to payment o f its actual use unless the HM
.greed to by *. rot of three reconstruction of primary roads Into bond or certificate a.* provided from said pledged revenue In the eluded vehicle I* permamently mtl
fourths vote of all the member four or more Ian highways and In this amendment. manner provided herein shall not Axed to the land.; In which c H
elected to each house. Th vote fifty per cent (14%) of the Ic) Proceeds of any bonds or certificate be affected or Impaired by the application lit shall be taxable as real property 4y
of said Joint Resolution were en. right of way costs thereof; pledg Issued pursuant to this or use of such, proceeds. IN' TKllTlMONr W.j
tered upon their respective journals Ins certain tax funds; providing amendment after deducting there 1ft'The board shall use the money t have hereunto Great base
with the yeas and nay thereon and duties of the state from the costs of the board for the the state roads bond fund In and affixe4 th* SalC]
I and they did. determine and direct Card of administration, the Florida Issuance validation and sale there each fiscal year only for th* following of the State of Florida at]
I that the said Joint Resolutions be development commission, and premium and accrued In pjrpe and In the follow Tan......*. the Capital thl*]
submitted to the electors of the the state road department and requiring rrh and the deposit Into tnt order of priority} the dy ** Log-set. A. D"
State of Florida at a special elec a special election tb. n.Ofu..hS any reserve sinking fund provided For the payment of the principal IKS.
Resolved bv for no the proceedln au of and Interest on any bondsor I (Seal) TOM ADAM*
NOW N'TiIEREEFOl iullll. TOM : State of Ord.: .; .I'I.tu"'l thorising certificates maturing In such Secretary ef State
a1tll: : ::::ttte40f,0't: I
ADAMS, Secretary State of the That Article IX of the bonds : fiscal year. Aug. 2A Kept. 9-It*

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pected to be the heaviest In several
Plentiful FoodsIn
years. Marketings will be.

I gin, in mid-August and run

SeptemberLook for an abundant supply through September.Temperatures. I II I WE GIVE MET T S Quantity Reserved Rights ,

," of grapes during September.And I TOP ***

lots of peanut butter tur Prices Good

keys and frozen orange juice. For Pork Roasts

... These items comprise the U. S. VALUE SUPER MARKET Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
Dept. of Agriculture's plentiful Dr. Robert L. Reddish meats & Mon.

foods list for the month-with specialist Florida Agricultural STAMPS Aug. 26, 27, 28, 30

grapes the featured Item. Extension Service says that recent 1965
I A near record crop of 3V mil- research shows that pork

Ion tons of grapes will be com Join roasts cooked at 170 degreesare
ing out of California this year. higher in juciness than FLA. GRADE "A" (Fresh Not Frozen)

In September, marketings of those cooked at 185 degrees internal .

table grapes Flame Tokays I. temperature.Pork .

and Thompson seedless-will be' roasts cooked at 170 also

especially heavy. These are have comparable flavor and tenderness f

ideal for out of hand eatingat lower cooking losses
snack time or as a dessert. and require less cooking time FRYERS Lb. 27

They're also excellent in salads. than those cooked at the high.

September is back to school er. temperature.

month. And that means peanut The final internal temperaturewas

butter sandwiches-for school the most significant factorin

and after school. This year's determining the Juciness of LIMIT 3 PLEASE

peanut crop totals 2,205 million all roasts. Dr. Reddish points

\ pounds For a, largest fall barbecue since 1948.select a out.Oven temperature for house. (Family Pkg.) 5 Lb. Bag Cutup $1.79WiI.on

turkey. A small bird works well hold ranges and research ovens
on an electric spit (be sure to was set at 325 and 350 degreesfor Certified (Select' ) Juicy Tender .

center the weight) or for over the study on pork roasts..
the coals grilling use parts The recommended oven temperature BEEF LIVER Lb. 49T STEW Lb. 69'U.
., from a larger-and usually less is 325 or 350: degreesfor I
fresh pork he said.
costlyturkey.And I S. D. A.. Choice tb>> Tender Delicious
be sure to take advant
of the continued listing of RIPEN TOMATOES FIRST
age *
frozen ornage Juice. This year's Before you stock your refrigerator
Florida orange crop was heavy;
with a supply of fresh tomatoes
the pack of frozen concentrated make certain the fruitis World's Best Azalea (Smoked)

orange Juice the second largest fully ripened. Dr. C. B. Hull, GROUND

on record. I associate horticulturist says otherwise BEEF 2 *
L, 43
And, particularly if you live I the refrigerator's coldnesswill

In the Midwest South or West retard the tomatoes' normal

look for loU of purple plums I I development and they will not Kraft Quart JarMIRACLE

during September. The Wash. redden or sweeten any further. Maxwell House
Idaho Is WHIP
ington-Oregon- crop ex.

Notices I hereby given that the Board of County Cornmli.loner Quart <
of na.'., County Florida will receive .eald bid on the Ith day of 59Coffee X. 58
September.. A.D. f'15. at the hour of 1:00: o'clock A. M. In the omen Jar
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In the Flaa-ler County Courthou..
Insurance baaed on the following pacification:
forT following I* a schedule of 100% Insurable valuea of the prop-
ertle owned by the county. U I* ugKctd that eompanle quote Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order
premium. for both I0% and 'coinsurance" value.. Quotation should Shurfine 303 Can .
Elt.ncl.d Cov.rsge.I. .
cover both Fire and
('..rt 11..- 100.. Tale. rajbllahed rale
Lldi '10'.000.00. .T< .. Cade 071.1
"ont.ntl 11.000.00 .71 .' Code f 7oi Giant Size
....1.. .pan.t

t:. Moody. IJIYeLIIldl' 1.000.00 .It Cod. 0..1Cont.nt. 4 Cans $100
!..000.00I. Ctait
I.'r.w "III. ...ncl''.. Tide 5S
1t.hlnd Health Department
Content.IUcll' 1.000 1.100.0 1'0 Cod. 070 Box
Lw.III Duih's 300 CanPORK '
toad ttupt.g tome AND ,Limit ((1)) with $8.00 or more food order
1.00.00 Oat rated
"IUcll'.w Jell It..."... BEANS
Illdl 1.000.00 .00* Cod 109-4
P,.f..t IlkedBldg.

Old .Jail., !1O.00UO!000.00 1.41 Ml Cod 100-4 1 10 Cans $100 U. S. No. I White 10 Lb*.

19M IUcI. Cater !.$..... l.St Cod I7M
..... Creek M..'..... CkcsekBldg
1.000.00 .11 Cod. 05 0-2 *
('___..sty lI.u. $t. Jekse ".rk Kraft' Big 18 Oz.GRAPE Potatoes 39
IUd. 160" 1 11 Cod 07$ 3
nU'4H.'O* rtnro; 'K.. JELLY

All Valuable risk coverage paper. and record Limit ((1)) with $3.00 or more food order
Keeord located In the Court House 51'.000.00
III. Compr henlva Auto LJabllltyI'ollc'y
1001 10'10 3 ran T
vehicle should. provide for automatic pickup of all newly. acquired

Road (Re* page 4 for *cheduleherlfr
II Department (Bee pigs 4 for schedule) Everfreih Big 20 0,.
Hired Auto. If aay bul.Non.Own.d *
Auto. It any basis 12 Oz.
SClirDt:I.N or EQciPWexT:
1. Hchleld Dantam Model T-1S: Drag(Ins LiquidDOVE $ 00
I. CatapllUr Model No. IIS Motor tirader Bread.U1Farm
I. )MaaaeylUrrl Tractor Model MMUeourl
.. Mule Lowboy Model M-3$ .
$. f1MC.41. Truck un Model 17320 IDUtelUII. 12 Oz.Bottle.
Chevrolet It" nat fled Truck llgde1 1111 ID IIClun -
7. Ford Uti 'tlO" flue 5
.. Ford 104. Dump Truck ro ,nMa. r45DONIII47
.. rorlt 1545 Dump Truck 11'.10' 111 tOhNlIIf1I
'._ Ford un Stump Truck 11'.... 111 runtf ..nunU
Ford mi ) >4 M-m TI .
Chevrolet 1515 IItr..truUkllr."I,, $ Fresh Produce
13. Chevrolet Itll "*1II2 -
14. Chevrolet UU Itckup Truck 114 II) MIA lunnII.
n. float Trailer (Two Wheel.) Model M SS Firm Head Seald Sweet 6 0,.
14. Ford l..4 Itckup riaaj in rmstllH

II: Ford :::1I- U. 141 Chevrolet 4 PH. Hedan in II.UIAII..U LETTUCE Head' 19LEMONADE
N. U" Chevrolet 4 PR. *-.t.n in U14tSAIitl
"'ORK.K. 1 CoWPE/ATIOr KXTK aiOV UClirCL1: i
(.*.* (Sill Maaonry N. O. C.
..,... (flit) Municipal. Tawnhlp. County or Fresh
MUte fcmploree* N. O. C Workraen. 8 For 88-
Mechanic or other* engaged
In manualahoy or aapervlaor afconatraclion
work to be eparatly TOMATOES
rated.II. DAIRY
j'Clltl) street or Road Conelrvcttofl or lie*
.. contr.ctlon. Saving .
ar repavlnr.urfaclna
Golden Yellow
t '" ; or re.urt.Mng er acra Pillsbury Buttermilk '
1' .'. pine all klada lacladlnr air
part ,...wa**. warming prone
a driver (" .ar'n..f right of ways BANANAS 2
earth ar rock e. .y.U.ft: fllllnr ar Lh. 25'BISCUITS Each 9'SO
gr.dlag: tunneling: bride ar c lvert .
bulldlnc: quarrying: ...n*
(1 craeblar ta be aeparatelr rated
11.IM.M.m.. w (TTt>>> rollcemen /lacladin driver
(lilt) (leviednee/ Rmplayeea N. O. C-
...... (IMII neil.rnor N. O. C. operation .y
rt'.LIC MHN4flirMt ON
... ...
1(4. (till) .nr. Car tor* *r Frofel*
at Ael tanta Iaela4lnc clerical With ptnxhae of With purchase of With purchase of a'

1C Kxperlenca: ModlOeatio.tThe (1) Broom or ((3) % Size Can. 3 Uu. More
hoard r e rre* th right ta aefotUla with the nod keel or
M4er far na.twitle.Tie change. from the *peciOcatiocia that might be d.et.edeeor.oGieU7 Mop 5Ur-KIit Tuna Chuck Rout
Boartl reaarre. tM right t. reject say and all. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Dated a, H....eU, deride, this. mh day .f A...et. 4.P. UU
:: 1:. A. .Jo TItLcg.: 1&1: J:. WICKLI E. Chalrt.anATTEdT Monday, August 30, 1985 Monday, August 30, 1965 Monday, August 30, 1965Thursday

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j 'I Father of Willie Harrison MRS. JANICKI

M. Harrison of South
t',' Daytona Harvey, and father of W. S. Mrs. Marie Janicki, S. Central' PRICES GOOD THURS., FR!., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
.f ( Harrison of Flagler Beach, died Ave., killed a six-foot rattle.I' AUGUST 26, 27, 28, 1965 RESERVED
"'" _. August 17 at his home. He was snake near her home last week. OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. .1 P. M.
in iron She said it had ten rattles anda
a retired an
works foundry. A native of Mrs.button.Janicki Said It! took her U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED FLA. GRADE "A" D & D
Greenville, S. C., he had lived
one hour to 'complete the job ROUND WHOLE
hive and
. In South Daytona a
half years. He.was 86 years of due to her fear and the snake's
age. determination to win the battle. STEAK Lb. 89FRYERS Lb. 29Limit '-
She injured him enough with
Surviving are three sons, the first stroke of the hoe that 3 Please
W. S.Harrison, Flagler Beach; he could not make a quick get.
H. R. of Greenville, S. C.; and away, but was able to keep up U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED WESTERN CORN FED .
Joe of South Daytona; one his defense for some time. CUBE SLICED PORK
daughter, Mrs. G. H. Harper of

I I Jacksonville are six, Florida.grandchildren Also surviving 11 CARD OF THANKSI STEAK Lb. 98-! STEAK. Lb. 59"

I great.grandchildren, and one would like to express my
appreciation to my friends for
i great great grandchild. U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED
Funeral services and interment their kind expressions sym'
E In Greenville pathy and for the beautiful CHUCK
was Frday.
floral arrangements sent at the BACON 65"
death of my father. Your STEAK Lb. 68-
COMMUNITY CHURCHThe thoughtfulness Is deeply appre R Sliced Free

Community Memorial I I dated.W.. S. Harrison.
I school Is at 9:45 Sunday morn SHORTENING
Books Are My
Ing. Worship service will be at
11 o'clock. Dorothy Romans COFFEE CRISCO

Rev. R. W. Dickert is back I The Recreratlon Fund money
after a month's vacation. His for the Library was late this 10 Oz. '
sermon topic for Sunday will be year and so are my thanks for Jar 99Save ,3 Lb.
"The Birth Pangs of A New speaking for members of the Can 590Limit
Age." Everyone welcome.Mr. Flagler Woman's Club Library ,
Board. This $400 Is to be used 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderMiracle
and Mrs. R. K. Hirst hada for books and supplies and not,
surprise visit from their son, I regret to say, for Vodka, tripsto
E. L. Hirst, from Denver, Colo.It the Moon and Marineland Quart
as some seem to think. Don'tI
was announced today that wish it w rei! Whip 39
Shelton Brooks of Bunnell will I takes lots of work by lots
'be guest speaker at the Meth. of people to get $400 for a library .
odist Church at the 11 o'clock in these materialistic
service Sunday. (Continued on Page.9)


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HOG .MAWS 5 ,lb. '!

: PERSOAS I IFACULTY Merchants RIB TIPS 4 lb. $1

j., OXTAILS 4..lb. $!

PIG FEET 4 .lbs. $1
MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. Phillip! Whitley

TOUR ORLANDO I of St. Augustine visited here i TURKEY NECKS 4Ib' 'I
ETV STATION last week with Mr. and Mrs.
/ L. L. Harris. They had returned
Bunnell school and Flagler I from a vacation of a week spentin I U. S. D. A. Choice
Beach school faculty toured the New York visiting the World's
Orlando Educational TV station Fair. Their Michael,
young son

last Thursday. I visited parents while here with they were his away.grand. 1-STEAKS; : IbPORK 98

Joy Slsco of Jacksonville spent
visiting Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy
several days recently II
with his brother In law'and sis. Yelvington last 'week includedher Lean Western C. C.
ter Mr. and Mrs: Otis Magee aunt, Mrs. H. T. Andersonand

of Flagler Beach where they enJoyed son, Henry of Reldsvllle .
fishing. While here he Ga., on Sunday and Mr. and CHOPS Ib 69U
also visited with his mother Mrs. E. A. Yelvington of Miamion

Mrs.: C. A. Riddell and Mr. Rid. Monday.
dell also Mr. and Mrs. Duane Last Sunday Mrs. Yelvington's
brother and family of Orlando,
Deen. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Anderson S. D. A. Choice Fresh Ground .

and son, Barry 3rd, and Michele,
Word was received here this visited -with them during the ROUND STEAK If> 89 BEEF 3 Lb,. 'fs
week telling of the death of day.
Mrs. Electa Waters of Great

Lakes, Illinois. She is the moth. Among those from Flagler Drumer Boy Smoked All Meat
er of Mrs. George Schlosser County who went to Tallahassee.
North Moore St.* who is a win. for the Shriner Ceremonial and E.
PICNICS If'> 39 FRANKS 3 12 39
ter resident of Bunnell. governor's garden party were Pkgs.oi.oo
Mrs. Waters was 95 years of LevI! Brannam Levi Drady Dean
age. She was also the aunt of I Holland and Zip Edmorison of
Mrs. Jessie Way of Korona. Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hi C All Flavors
Rider and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley For
Fruit 46 $
Mrs. Anna Jarosz has return. Novak, Artesla Park; Mr. and DRINKS C : 4 foo RED WHITE

ed to her home here after an Mrs. George Moody Flagler
extended visit In Michigan with Beach. MILK ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Harris Our Value 8 TALL $100, !
and children of Panama City 303 CANS
and Mrs. Shelton Brooks are visiting here this week with TOMATOES Can IOe
8 with $5.00 or more food order
have moved into their home, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Harris Sr. 9
801 East Moody Boulverd. They Limit 4 Phase

recently purchased the home APPRECIATION BACK TOSCHOOL

from Mrs. Mable Brooks. I would like to take this opportunity SPECIAL

to express my appreciation
Michael Parker, from Mountain to my many faithful Miracle Whip Package of 350 Sheets of'Notebook Paper 1

View Calif.; arrived home friends who have assisted me, SALAD t Regular NOW 'i
I last week for a visit with his with various programs and pro]* DRESSING Q r 4ge 88c 6ge 1
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ects, both in the area of agriculture
Parker. lie was accompanied and community improvements I Also a Complete Une of School Supplies
I I home by his brother Tony, who while I have served I
I had spent several weeks there Agricltural'
Flagler County as DAIRY SPECIAL 1 i
; with him. Michael Is now doing -
: graduate work at Stanford Agent.I C R I S C 0
University and will return there hope that my efforts have Sun Spun 1 Lb. Qtr,.
been'' fruitful and that, in some
in about three weeks. Lb,. .
measure I have been able to OLEO. Z 33e
leave behind Improvementswhich
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Guests of Mrs. Daisy Walker enhance Flagler County.It ;
and Lucille Walker over the FROZEN FOODS
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food order
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Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale and FRESH PRODUCE -
for the County Agent
Brown recently were Mr. and ,
his offlce to continue Improve.
Mrs. John Klinsky of East Liver ments In the overall development Fresh Head
pool Ohio. Mr. Brown and Mr.
of Flagler' County.
War Klinsky 2. were buddies In World-I Respectfully Howard yours,Taylor. LETTUCE ,'.Each 1ge C 0 F FEE .

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker, HORSE' CONCH SNAIL I449

Michael and Tony Parker were Fresh Georgia I
I The horse conch is the largest'
at Cape Kennedy Saturday to snail found In American waters \ Lb Limit I with $5.00 or more food order '
see the Gemini 5 shot go up. PEACHES 1ge
say marine biologists at Marine- I !
land. The snails are generally
of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Guests -:
sluggish and retiring, but the
several days last week
Knight horse conch Is known to be vo .
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Chas r.r.lrb Mw Yrb
were racious, as It will attack kill 50 100 50
tams and two sons of Jackson. and at least partially devour :

vllle. other snails. .
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A PAINFUL SHOCK I NOTICE Subscribe lor The naqler TrT&unt
\ Care I
Clothing I Notice If hereby' given that the
Home owners spending Saturdays RENEW YOUR City Assessment Roll will be submitted IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
to the Equalizing: Board of KLAULKR COUNTY, FMJUIDA
Tips For Men trimming their hedges or DRIVER'S UCEHSE the City of Bunnell. Klorlda forapproval riiANCKnY NO. BIOS

bushes may be painfully shock. on Tue.day, the 7th day of JACQUELINE ADAMS ARCHER.
DURIHGYOURBimmmr September A. D. 1965. 8:00' Plaintiff
Do want to look sharp I 'cft\. rfi.m. .
you ed by Florida's stinging cater. In the office of the v.
at all times' ) All persons desiring to WILLIAM R. ARCHER
and well-groomed
i rections In such roll, :tVercor DefendantNOTICE
W. G.
If the answer Is "yes," then, pillers. I J the IIltlnaor the valuation of TO DEFEND
of the state's agricultural property or otherwise, are hereby THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
whether you're a teenager or a entomologist
required to file with the City Clerk., WILLLV1 ARCHER
businessman you'll be Interested experiment stations, or at the meeting, their petition 968 (IA. TON. 8. W.
\ I I setting forth their objections to ATLANTA. GEORGIA
In what Miss Elizabeth Dick I the caterpillers often are PETERSON TEXACO such assessments and the corrections You are hereby notified that a
says which they desire to have suit has been filed against you In
enson, clothing specialist, FlorIda -. encountered on ornamental SERVICE made the above entitled cause; and you

Agricultural Extension Service I I Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers are hereby required to flhr.oo answer t7
shrubs, and can be dangerousto I ROAD SERVICE I City: Clerk of BunneT. Florida with the Clerk
has to say about clothingcare. August 26-2to and to serve a copy thereof uponthe
persons who are suspectlble Light Mechanical Work plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address la:
Phone 437.3441 Bunnell i.TIIK nitrriT ('OI'IIT, SEVKTII -
Miss Dickenson recommends to the venom of the sting. I jruiriALTiitci, i.\: WILLIAM OTTINOER
J !>4 AN) FOR FLAULKIt COUNTY 234 West New York Avenue
wooden hangers for your suit KL.OHIUA. CIIANCKHV NO. 8117 P. O. Box 1329

and sports jackets. She says to William Henry Russell.Plaintiff later DeLand than Floridanot September 11. A. D.

use trouser hangers that suspend i vs. 1965.If you fall to do so, decree pro
Dorothy May Russell.
slacks and 'suit pants by CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Asbury Defendant. eonfesso will be entered againstyou
I NOTICE OK SHUT for the relief demanded In the
the cuffs. These help shed IN THE NAME OF THE STATE bill of complaint. The nature of
wrinkles and prevent the unsightly B. CRAIG. Funeral Director OF FLORIDATO said suit being for annulment
: Dorothy May Asbury Russellco I WITNESS my hand and seal of
cross-creases made by ROBERT ORLEY, Associate Mrs. Bertha Asbury : said Court this 10th day of August,
bar. 113 Virginia Avenue A. D. 11165.Omclal .
hanging across a hanger Berryvlile, Virginia l ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE.
AIR OXYGEN YOU AHE HEREBY required to Clerk of said Circuit Court
Do not wear the same jacket, LADY file with the Clerk of this Court By Julia R. HarveyDeputy
...ONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED your Answer to the Bill of Com ClerkAugust
slacks, or suit repeatedly. The ATTENDANT plaint filed herein against you In 12-19-2C tc. Sept. 2-4tciv

fabric fibers require "rest" and AMBULANCES. the above entitled cause on or before
September! 25. 1965. A. I).. and TilE cmrtrrr COURT OFKI.AC.I.KH '
will shed wrinkles and return serve a copy thereof upon DonaldC. COUNTY. FLORIDA
Phone ID 7-3532 Jacobson I'lalntlff's attorney l.X CHANCERY NO. ftO 0
; to press If hung properly fora herein, whose address Is 317 Orange GAIL FAJARDO.

day or two. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Avenue, Daytona Beach Florida. Plaintiff.CHRISOPHER' .
"The Flagler Tribune" Is hereby va.
U a garment is soiled, haveIt I. designated as the newspaper In R. FAJARDO.Defendant.
which this order shall be published
cleaned as soon as possible once a week for four consecutive NOTICE 'TO DEFEND

possible, clean spots Immediately !I 24 HourWrecker UK SUCH ENTERED FAILURE.AGAINST YOU FOR Nashville.290S Snowden TeqneseeYou Road

with a clean cloth For divorce. suit has been filed against you In
water or spot remover. WITNESS: my hand and seal at the above entitled cause; and you
Bunnell\ Flagler County, Florida are hereby required to
Knot your ties for each wear this 24th day of August 1965. swer with the Cleric rltehr.o't:
Truck & Tractor Co (SEAL) A. !. and to serve a copy thereof upon
Flagler Clerk Court
ing. Don't leave It knotted and of Circuit the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
By Julia R. Harvey whose name and address Is:
slip it over your head. Hang. MASSEY-FERGUSON Deputy ClerkAug. RAY SELDEN
ties on a good tie rack. 26 & Sept. 2-9-i6-4tp Selden Building, 800 Main St.
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Daytona Beach. Florida 2201
Make sure out of season I IV! TUB CIIICIJIT COI'HT OK not later than September 11, A, D.
"'LAUI.I':" roiWTY, FI. )ltiiA 1965.If.
clothes are stored In a dry place VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 i* ciiAwrKiiY NO. am you fall to do so. decree pro

and protected against dust, ISAAC KNEUTE, confesso will be entered against
Owner Bunnell, Florida Plaintiff. you for the relief demanded In the
moths, or mildew. .. bill of complaint. The nature of
ETHEL KNEUTE.. said suit being for divorce.
Defendant. WITNESS my hand and seal of
NOTICE TO DKPKWI said Court this 10th day of August
.a'+ .., THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO; A. r),la\"J.
.... ." ETHEL KNEUTE ( al) E. A. SMYTHE
.o ir 29 Willow Street Clerk of said Circuit Court
.l' ..:.. Keyport. New Jersey Julia R. Harvey
I ... You are hereby notlfled I that a Deputy Clerk
t ,.// suit has been filed against you In Aug. 12l2 A Sept 2-4teIX
i / I the above entitled cause; and you "
'i. are hereby required to file your answer TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
I with the Clerk of this Court.and FUAOLKR (COUNTY FLORIDA
; to serve a copy thereof upon IM CIIANOCRY NO.' MOl
: the plaintiff or plat nltr. attorney, IRENE BECKER:
{ whose name and address Is: Plaintiff
RAY 8ELDENHelden ...
; NUWyear'round comfort Building ROBERT MERLIN DECKER
:' ,<, Dart on* Beach Florida Defendant
I \\ny not later than September 25. A. D. WOTICB TO DEFEND:
for Florida family UU.It. THE STATE OF FLORIDA.TOr
every you fall to do so, decree pro ROBERT MERLIN BECKER
confesso will be entered against 217 Redmond Street
you for the relief demanded. In the New Brunswick. New Jersey
'ASS bill of complaint. The nature of You are hereby notified that a
S said suit being for divorce. suit has been filed against you In
a WITNESS roy hand and seal of the above entitled cause; and you
: REVERSE-CYCLE said Court this S4th day of AugustA. are hereby required to
a D. 1.115.Olnclal ewer with the Clerk rlhr.OOC,
( Heal) E. A. SMYTHE and to serve a copy thereof upon
flameless electricairconditioning Clerk of said Circuit Court the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
Ily Julia It. Harvey whose name and address Is:
I Deputy Clerk RAY SELDEN
; :, d Aug. 21 Sept. tc--- Selden Building
; r Daytona Beach. Florida ,
; iff TIIK rinrrir corivr not later than September Ith. A. D.
KLAUI.KU roi'NTY. KI.OHIUA' 1865.If.
I* CIIAKCKHY NO. ftOHT you fall to do so. decree pro
FRANK MONTALTO. confesso will be entered against
Plaintiff you for the relief demanded In the
ONE COMPACT UNIT bill of complaint. The nature ofsaid
ANNA 1IONTALTO, suit being for divorce.
Defendant. WITNESS my hand and seal of
COOLS i In i summer WARMS la winter NOTICE TO IIKrKSUTHE said. Court this 3rd day of August
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: IX 1955.Official .
.4 llraugaw Avenue Clerk ot said Circuit Court
Newark. New Jersey Dr Julia U. Harvey
You are hereby notified that a Clerk
suit has been filed against you In August .
the above entitled cause) and you
i1i are hereby answer IX Tilt CIRCriT COURT Or
with the ukto"rlI".o Court. Fi.A and to serve a copy thereof upon CIIAXrKHY NO. Bill
6 8 IW the plaintiff or plaintiffs r.ttorn.y. MARION BEN1TEZ.
\ whose name and address ; Plaintiff
RAY 8KLDENHelden ..,
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Ivefendnnt.xoTirn .
I, later than September 25. A. D. TO IHKKXI
j If you fall to do so decree pro VICTOR F. BCNITG2. whose
confesso will be entered against residence and Post Office
you for the relief demanded In the address are unknown.
bill of complaint. The nature of You are hereby notified that a
\ said suit being for divorce. suit has been filed against you 'In
WITNKS8 my hand and seal of the above entitled cause; and you
said Court this 24th day of AugustA. are hereby required to tie your an*
a =i P. 1965.lUttiei.lItetk. ewer with the Clerk of this Court.
said 8MYTHE and to serve a copy thereof upon
of Circuit Court the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
I By Julia R. Harvey whose name and address Is':
1)e ut Clerk RAY SELDEN
Aug. M Sept 2.9.1M-Ite Selden Hid*. 109 Main St

VTH,: (I'IU' IT (.111.RT. also': not Daytona later than Beach.September Florida It. A.SD.?
K\TII Ji mm. ('IH"'i IT. ixAJI 1965.confesw
>%. IX CIl.tXCKHY. CASK will bed enttered c against
!N'c" BIS for the relief 8
MA RICA J, HUNDLEY. Dill' ot complaint demanded The nature tbe ot

I'Unltlff. said suit being for 41.0....
ROY E. HUNULEF. JR. WITNESS: my" hand and seal of

Now, reverse-cycle electric air conditioning costs so little,'the heat. NOTICH TO Dfendnt.APfKtHTHE ".'.WmJ*. 17th Ur of AuI'.

SINCt 1 1 Official Peal) E. A. FMYTHK
ing feature is practically a free bonus. Now every Florida family COST or ROY STATE B. HfNDLET OF FLORIDA, Jit TO: S5rl.fil? Paid Circuit Court

can easily afford it Now your family can join the hundreds of tlVINOUMI% Corpus d Set/o Kletwrf Uarge Chrlstl.Shut PU-:Texas**.. Aug. n.JI A 3Ue1.-p/Q Ie. Harve r, Clerk

', I thousands who live in safer, cleaner homes where they play, work You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce has been died
and feel better every day in the year. Now you can enjoy the aim. against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required Elie 1I1aglrr ffribntwBU.XXELL

plest, surest, cheapest comfort system ever made-to-order for Florida arsteoLhomes to serve* name upon and 1'lalatlfrs address Attorney.whoa appear.

Beat the heat (and kill the chill) once and for all! See your tucTRiciTY hereon any to your the lUll written.f Complaint defense. In If : FLORID.

; ",' 'l electric air conditioning contractor or appliance dealer now! DOWN 11% I day said of suit September on or before 1965, .Ls.the decree 25th MRS M B. FULLER After
,: I be
pro confeseo will entered against
I 1'0\1, De.i5sate4 ..w...... fee an
-- -- 'S WITNESS: my hand and seal of Legal .
--i laid Court this 21th day of August A4rrtUI-La
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SEAL) Eo...
Entered aa eetoll4 class
Tilburt ID&tte
rI"k ot rebnaafF .. 1811 at the pees.eelee .
Dy Julia 11. Barn.y "..
.ne M..*|.Mice M>*stfwetaas Deputy Clerk Act / Marts 3"lnrI4a. 1tad.r
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FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY rUlplrj Build HOMO' August Attorney It *for Sept.l Plaintiff-4tc ..1eM: -ayyt



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I so we hope will ed for and love
(Continued from page 6) somebody save $300. I j valiantly learning HASTINGS MATTRESS :\:;
him this clipping) Mr. Wick. '" of books.
times. Great credit goes to those I 'I' I might say that ever since I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS '.' !
who manage it. The Library line helped start the ball rolling Isla Kester started the library | And, we all thank Floyd Col.
by voting to reconsider 710.12 Lemon St. I
lins, now chairman of the Flag j
back In 1964, Mr. Duncan has
Board-Isla Kester Mable Frank I "
having a Recreation Fund for i I Palatka, Florida
ler Beach Board of
Anita Hirst and all other book Bunnell and Flagler Beach. 'I j I worked hard for its success. And j i iso Phone EA 5-9166
lovers in the club wish to thank has Johnny Seale, who had ,i ers, and Mayor CommlS&10n'j'i Furnltu- d
Many thanks to Anita Hirst i! making this % Upholstering
members of the the Boy Scout Drive that helped '"
the Flagler j Repodrta & Refinished
who spoke so eloquently for it
old shack next to !
Beach Board of Commissionersand I make a row of books turn Into Mattresses & Box Springi :,
and for Mable Frank and Ethel I I for a new library. It's a Gasser! Mad to Order Also Renovated
the County Board of Com- a library. I ;
White who came to that meet- I Call
Laura Morris
missioners for getting this ,ing in Bunnell. During the winter I Mr. Seale performed what was II After 6:00 P. M.4373233 .;,
for the that
money library was and spring Tom Duncan and virtually a miracle by upping 'I' I PRICES REASONABLE
in sore need of something besides I\V. A. McDowell spent many the ante from $300 to $400. And I O. F. ALTPORDRogistertd BUDGET; PLAN IF NEEDED.
air to keep on going. A I hours and took time to come I getting it passed,. what's more. Just as near as your
library is not an orchid. I up to the Woman's Club to discuss We must also thank Senator I I Phone or Post Office 1
of Real Estate Broker Drop Us A Card or Call ,
Speaking orchids we give I! what money we could get. Billy Wadsworth who we heard Free Pick-up & Delivery
one to George Wlckllne mayor I I They finally asked the County from all sides did all he could !I BunntlL Florida


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I and finish it to'' your taste. A polymeric coating is being AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
Be sure to use a good quality used on 100 per cent cotton to
kit. And do a careful job, so make it look like leather. Its
you'll have a finished product weight, construction, and leather
Mrs. Carlton Johnston, Debbit you'lt be proud of. colors give this fabric the appearance ,
and Ronnie, have returned to of the real thing. I .'
their home after visiting with A blend of Antron and Orion. A!.
relatives in Savannah and Tybee Fall Fabrics acrylic fibers lends a frosty lookto \ \.
Beach. Jersey. Other acrylic fiber : WE ARE PLEASEDTO
Have New LookFall fabrics resemble wools and :10:
Eric Morse has arrived here wosteds in tartan plaid, herring
from spending the summer In fabrics have a new look. bone, and blanket-check pat ANNOUNCE THAT, :.
Iran with his parents the A. A. Their fiber content is hard to terns. With the construction and x3 REID
Morses, He Is visiting with his : identify, unless you read the feel of woolens these fibers are % LAUTERBACHOF
grandfather, George Kelb before I label, says Miss Elizabeth Dick- wrinkle resistant, permanently f <
returning to the University of enson, clothing specialist,* FlorIda I pleated, and completely wash. -
Florida In Gainesville. A recent Agricultural Extension Serv able. \
letter from Mrs. Morse said the ice. A cotton blend pique has been I
weather Is "plain hot and dry Nylons, silks, acrylics, and developed with Its texture woven
cottons are disguised with coatings in for instead
with temperature to 108". permanence, tll'YJlINlAI
i bondings, and new kindsof of just stamped on the surface. J9
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald knitting processes to give .
Copeland this week were Mr. and them this new look. LEAVE FOOD IN I {
Mrs. Jerry, Ray of Pensacola.Mrs. Take nylon. This year it's ORIGINAL CANS
Copeland will accompany texturized to give it the look, It's better to leave most foodsIn I
them to Pensacola next week to feel, and bright colors of silk. opened tin cans in your re WILL BE WITH USSeptember
spend a short time visiting with Nylon bonded to nylon tricot frigerator than ,to transfer them
,relatives. produces effects which resemble to glass or plastic containers, I \ ,e
silk prints. says' Dr. Gerald Kuhn, food II
WEINER ROAST Swiss dot flocking adds "loft" microbiologist with the state's
PLANNED FOR and softens colors In nylon tri agricultural experiment stations.
cot. Tricot with a satiny back. Modern cans are heat sterilizedand
CUB SCOUTSCub To present new Fall and Winter
Ing made from nylon has a enameled Inside to prevent
Master Bill Tidwell said
today Ferris Solomon will be crepe-look with a rich, opaque reaction between food and fabrics from world famous weavers for

a host to a Weiner Roast at his appearance. -metal.----- fine Custom Tailored cloth'es.Be .
home, Howe Avenue and Fig
street, Saturday afternoon from sure to see these beautiful fabrics

3 to 5 o'clock. J get professional advice on
Each member is asked to bring BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTER your per

his weiners and buns. All Cub sonal clothes..to keep your appearance -
and their On AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler Beach
members parents are
working for all the time.
invited to the party. I you
Phone 439.9221

Antiquing Made h1 T Land N, Sea Fashions

L Easy for AmateurAbateurs 107 N. Bay St. ''Bunnell, Florida. ...
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are' using the simple
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Apply these specially developed don't hurry ,
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old finishes and paints that
have been conditioned. 'You can
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and reapply it, If you don't like ,
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facturers are doing to new furniture
to make it look old. Piecesare .

J'I f look mechanically like they have distressed had yearsof to ,, IIII III II ILI I/: ; s III II I III II I I)I ..

stress. They are beaten with
chains, bombarded with shot.
.gun pellets, hacked with files _
and spattered with dark paint

.. to make what appears to be age ___ ____ __________ __ _____

marks and worm holes. Some _______ _____________________ ___
of thesepleces of furniture havea
quality look associated with
the finest antiques.
Start with an old piece of L\L
furniture, and you can do the
same thing with less effort. .
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Even your oldest chest may not : Sport Coup
be too ancient, stained, scratched
or scarred. Paint It to harmonize '
with the room you''wantto \ .r:., Now's the time to drive a great deal from a great choice of '

use it in. Then add the glaze : brand-new Conrairs, Chevro/ets and Chevelles. -.
-; ": Leave it to Chevrolet to make sure these beauties look costly.

Community Leave it to your Chevrolet dealer to make sure -

Memorial Church : : ;: ', thoy're not. But rush rush rush They're moving out fast.
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