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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 5, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 51, NO. 35 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1963 ?2.50 A YEAR ,
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Flagler County ,' < :' : + Wanda Zeller J\eivj and Comment County Board l'1'

:. i (By Eula Fuller)

: Passes Away Adopts Budget
September is here-which reminds

I In CaliforniaMrs. born in us an it odd is time year for and those who Of $386,568 .

celebrate birthdays this month I !

j Wanda Zeller, wife of to renew their driver's license. I Although Monday was Labor

M/Sgt. Edward S. Zeller of X X X xOverheardNothing Day to most people, membersof

(. Oceanside, Calif., passed away is ALL I the Board of County Commissioners .
August 30 In the U.S. Naval wrong. A stopped clock is right met in its stated monthly

Hospital. She was the daughterof TWICE every day.X ( meeting.
Mrs. Lillian Trojan of Korona X X X
: and the late Barney Trojan. She In addition to its usual work J
The Flagler Community Nursing
of dispatching the business
45 of county's
I was years age. Council is in need of mens
it held an equalization
Mrs. Zeller was a native of worn dress shirts. These shirts
meeting, hearing one complaintafter
Korona. Attending Bunnell' rtigh can be made into good hospital
accepting the tax
I School, she was a member,of-the gowns and the Loan Closet is assessment
p! TO -
roll presented by D. D.
] 1936 graduating class. She wasa in need of several now. Anyone \
Moody, assessor. complaint-
I I graduate of the School of having shirts to donate may call The I.
ant finally agreed that the assessment
I nursing at St. Vincent Hospitalin Mrs. Catherine Wilson at HE 9-
I I Gurley, son complained of was
Tarrant Jacksonville.She 2175 and arrangements will be: lower than he had stated.
I was a member of the made to pick them up. :
reassigned Army Nurse Corps from 1942to The board adopted its annual
I'. Texas for Anyone who would like to donate
1946, serving }In the ETO and any sickroom needs to the budget. This year it amountsto j
as a United j also aboard a hospital ship. She Loan Closet may call the Health I $386,568. The tax levy was
main held a captain's rank at the Department.The I set at 12 mills, but 20( mills is
I end of her enlistment. Nursing Council will not' added to this levy for schools.

enlisted She was a member of the meet during September, but Last year's levy, other than for
I short time Catholic Church, and was activein will hold a meeting on October schools, was6 mills. The additional
. his initial the Emblem Club and 6 mills this year is to
several -
17 when it will have an out of
at Lack church organizations. town speaker.X make up the $48,000 the county .
\., I She is survived by her husband X X X commission agreed to give to i

graduate of M/Sgt. Edward S. Zeller, The Bunnell City Commission. the school board from !the racetrack
I I School. His funds. This In addition to
Oceanside her mother, Mrs. Lil
. ; ers are planning to name the I
; resides Han Trojan, Korona; a stepson football field. Anyone who hasa the funds from racing. already ..y
I Florida. and daughter In law, Mr. and suggestion for an appropriatename going to schools. I
Mrs. Edward D Zeller, Bunnell Agreed to pave with concrete \ "
1 ; for the field may send it
a sister, Mrs. Lee Drazba, Ko. to the commission in care of the an area at Flagler Beach school '1

OPEN" rona; two brothers, Chief Hospital city clerk or contact any commissioner between the school cafetorlum \
Corpsman Henry Trojan of and Daytona Ave. This improvement I I
I registration Newport, R. I.; Zeno Trojan, Ko was requested by Mrs. John \
i In the court rona. Also surviving are her Rice, school board member, who '
day during father in law and mother in was at the' meeting.
r : October in law, Mr.and slurs.*Henry Zel City Millage.... . I r -- Agreed also to grade a road '...
r I r Registration ler of Bunnell; three neices and from Highway 11 near the aIr. "
today. two granddaughters.The Set at 8.6 for field to the-well site of the Flag-
I register may Rosary will be at the lear Beach new water system so
hours of 9 Craig Chapel at 8 o'clock Thurs. Current Year equipment can be moved to the '

: day (tonight). Funeral Mass site.-
not already will be held from St. Mary's
wish to vote Catholic Church in Korona at Bunnell City Commission set GEORGE ATKINS.
the mlllage at 7 for the general
vember 5th 10 o'clock In
? Friday morning. ARTESIA PARK.
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fund and 1.6 for the water fundat
register be terment will follow at St. Mary's PASSES AWAY'
I their meeting Tuesday night.
cense October 5. Cemetery.The .
,s I will be American Legion Post 113: This is the same mlllage that'i George W. Atkins Jr., 65, passed .
constltu and Veterans of Foreign Wars was set last year. i away at his residence in Artesia .
I The commissioners have held :
, passed the Post 5213 will serve in an hon Park Sunday. lIe was a native
I are being orary capacity. special meetings to review the of St. Louis, Mo., and had
tax roll assessments ahd in some resided In Artesla
of The II Pallbearers are Walton John Park the past
Instances the assessment
on Sep ston, Joseph Krol, Joe Slovak, was 'II 14 years. ti
reduced, but in other instances
Johnny Stanish, Duane Deen, Survivors Include his widow,
I.Jack Clegg, Walter Krol Ted slight Increases were made. Mrs. Marian L. Atkins, Artesla

1 I Krol, Dale B. Brown, Jr., and The commission met as a tax I Park; a sister Mrs. Marion Cap-
I John Hosford. equalization board also Tuesday stick, St. Louis.
night and heard complaints
Rosary was also held Monday on Funeral services were held
several assessments, mostly 3 o'clock
night and Mass on Tuesday Wednesdayafternoonat
1 morning at Oceanside. swampland. Adjustments were Wednesday afternoon at three
of the Bun made In several Instances.The .
Craig Funeral Home of Bun- o'clock In the Johnson Memorial
hold a car nell is In charge of local ar commission also discussed Chapel, Artesla Park, with Rev.
on Sat rangeme'nts. improving the city library and Gerald Combs officiating.
Texaco heard several suggestions on Garcia Funeral Home of St

the class plans for approaching the matter Augustine was In charge of arrangements
I MOTHER OF MRS. They took the matter under ,
begin at VIRGIL DECKER study and would like to
: and run un hear from anyone Interested in ,
.1 PASSES AWAY the Improvement of the library. SCOUT TROOP HAS

are in Mrs.Mardena Courson of De- Chairman Peavy gave a reporton LABOR DAY
patronize Leon Springs, mother of Mrs. the progress of the plans for OUTINGBoy

Virgil Decker of Bunnell, passed paving and repairing streets. I Scout Troop 495, accompanied
away Tuesday morning in a De- The commission voted to pass by their Scoutmaster
Land Nursing Home after a lin an ordinance to regulate spectator Leonard Johnson, took an eight
gering illness. She was 75 years parking on the football mile hike on Labor Day. They
Term of age. field. traveled Lambert Street along
She 'and her late husband had They heard a report on the the canal' to the Gage Dairy
of Flagler resided in DeLeon Springs the progress of the shuffle board farm.

'I Deen, Jr., past 43 years, coming there from court which they expect to be Following the hike the troop
B. Johnston Douglas, Georgia. completed this weekend. Painting was joined by C. B. Hull, Rev.
!I I However, Survivors include three daughters and lighting plans were Reynold Hoover, Roger House
they Mrs. Virgil Decker of Bun discussed and Martin McDaniel and Lyman Gage, for a cook- .
I I
to the post. nell; Mrs. Curtis Sapp, DeLeon was named to investigate plans out.Troop
', will be Springs; and Mrs. Clinton Wilks, for the lighting system. members making the
All free Orlando. Also surviving are two They also discussed the need hike were: Wayne Owens, Eddie
I I reg brothers, two sisters, four grandchildren for naming the football field, Dodlmead, Grady Prather, Ken-
I' eligible to and 10 great-grand and anyone who has a suggestion ney Whitney, and David John
I children. for a name may be sentto son.
I I 1 named Funeral services will be this the city hall In care of the I I

: any opposi morning at 10:30 at the chapelof city clerk. Man's best friend among rep-

I I The same Allen-Summerhill, DeLand. tiles from Guatemala southward
I I
I desiring to Rev. J. Foster; pastor of the Stet The first sigh-seeing glass bottom through most of Brazil is the

I as for those son Baptist Church, DeLand, will boats to be used In America mussurana, which feeds mostly
I i qualify anj officiate. Interment will followat operated over Florida's Silver I I upon other snakes including the

Page 8 Oakdale Cemetery there. I Springs as early as 1878. deadly ter-delance.





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feeling the pinch of the new continue to do so until the pinch I,!u Is! only a few cents more sales:I and other groups to pick up the-
Too Late I revenue laws. Smokers willcontinue I hurts so bad they get downright "' tax, a little bit more for auto tab for a lot of things may not
I : to smoke and drink- sore, then maybe they will tags and beer and cigarettes be so bad but if Santa Claus

To Classify I ers continue to drink but stop and count their change and and llquer and a few other I f ever really gets seriously ill and,
whether they realize it or not want to know for sure how theirlegislators things. we find he missed his annual

BT RosMll Ken I they ere accepting a cut in the I stand on the question But experienced aviators fly- call we may be sorry we voted
value of their dollar. of more taxes., Ing the Pacific and the Atlantic for Bill or Sam or John
While most folks at election I with
The last Florida Legislature Governor Bryant was electedon will tell you that there Is a no knowledge of how
time worry about who is going played last and loose with the' a program of no more taxes point of no return. A point i about picking our pockets.they felt
to be I I I
governor and give little taxpayers' dollar They taxed and he held the line during the i. where a decision must be made I lOur nation Is facing the
consideration I most
to
hose running Just About anything first session of (the legislature) and you better be darn sure It I critical period since the
for the legislature, it Is the legis- thing after they had approPri-// then he headed the pack in is right the states, conditions war between
lators who touch the can
lives
of ated much more screaming for more and more The bottom has dropped out change overnight Incomes
the voters most, and whether the state income would suooort. taxes when theY met a2'aln.U ;I before and it will drop out again now seem secure. .. I'IIn _that__
they are economy minded or and it won't be long before these I Florida' Is d lng'all right, and that is when all this I sharply to the point- wu 'Uvp
spendthrifts have a lot to do same gentlemen will be backon most folks I I where a
are making a com- added tax will really hurtAs penny here and a
with the taxpayers pocketbook.A the stump begging the voters -,;fortable living and a few dol- long as we keep attractingmore / In taxes will mean penny there
I lot of folks who smoke cigarettes to reelect them. I l i lars more a month doesn't seem "tourists to help pay the I am not an alarmist something. I

in other, drink liquor and indulge I If voters run true to form they I J I like much for continued progress I bill and depend on our racetracks common sense and but
sinful experience
-----pastimes- are -probably will- -and they will and prosperity. After all it dog tracks, attractions' Continued To Page 6
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the Flagler Woman's Club meet Tuesday evening in the
will end Wednesday, September school cafetorium at 7:30.: Mrs.I
11 when the first fall meeting Peterson, president, will Intro- PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
convenes at the clubhouse at duce the chairmen for the year. SEPT. 5-6.7-1963 RESERVED
1524 S. Central Ave., beginningat Mrs. Leonard Moody, program I I

2 P. M. Mrs. Jasper White, advisor, outlined (the programfor I j r Your Home Town Grocery Store
Friendly
president, urges all members to the first meeting and for I)
be present. the meetings during the year. I \
Highlight of the afternoon will The theme for the year will Western Corn Fed Center Cut Fresh Boston ButtPork
be the results of the
between
contest -I be: "To raise the standards of I
"Dollars" and "Dividends" home life through wiser ftnan-i <
Lb69 Pork Roast
The going captains on during of both the teams_summer.ask.i I cial planning." Tuesday night's Chops L'49C
program will be the selection,
all members to please turn in
use and care of portable appliances
all their earnings before the put on by the Florida JUICY TENDER FLAVOR AGED
11th.Mrs. Power & Light Co. I
V. W. Halnes and Mrs.
October program: The four I II Lb.
Paul Kelly are captain' of the I '
basic life Insurance policies and CHUCK STEAKS 49
"Dollars," and Mrs. Harold Mas I the role each can play in meeting I
sle and Mrs. Bennie Clay of the .
family need. December
program
t "Dividends." The losing team (tentatives ,I
a play by PTA
k l will serve the winners a lunch.,members with a Christmas Palm River Sliced Tender Baby Beef ,
eon at a later date.
Na.//
theme. February program:
tional Education Assn. filmstrip SLICED LIVER Lb. 49cSliced
Britt Sheeler returned home '
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August 28, after
accompanying
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on the local level by
on a two week business trip. Chase & Sanborn Ib
Supt. Dean Holland. PORK LIVER 29*
Earlier this summer Britt en.
April program: Social Security I
joyed a tour of Washington,
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D. C. with his father, seeing all and benefits.other How valuable you earn social them see COFFEE ACSY Henderson's Superfine
the important points of interest TV
curity information. May program

there.BAPTIST CHURCH Must:a Have father you leave made each a of will his? Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order J|U GAR s fi :' ftfot* U V2V *

children a dollar? What happens .
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. when there is no will? Is Size Can Southern Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order
and worning worship is at 11
o'clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, a will necessary if there is nota
r pastor. Training Union is at 6:45 and large estate Involved? These Peaches 3 For 69 2 Yz Size Royal Purple
other questions will be an.
P.M. and evening worship is at I.I
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7:45 P.M.COMMUNITY. May meeting bya
person well qualified to talk I PLUMS4f"100K&tall&IB4r
on this subject.METHODIST .
CHURCH 460.. Hi.C ORANGE

Miss Pammle Sheeler flew CHURCH A For 303 Size Bowman's '
with her father, Bryce Sheeler, QT ;
on July 27 to Syracuse N. Y. Church school time is at 9:45 AII C iPI.r
Before returning home, Pammle A.M. and morning worship is at 25
stopped at Oaks, Pa. and visiteda 11 o'clock. Next Sunday Dr. Joe
month with her aunt and A. Tolle, our district superintendent 3 Lb. 4 Oz. Can Dennis
uncle, Mr and Mrs. William will deliver the sermon.
Algeo. She also visited with There will be a fellowship din. Whole-Ready to Serve 12 Oz' Can LaRuta
cousins there ner following the morning wore
and attended
Camp Swaitara in Bethel, Pa. ship and Dr. Tolle will hold the Chicken Each COilED Beef Each 39
for a week. Mrs. Bryce Sheeler, quarterly conference after the 89
dinner.
Pammie's mother, and Mrs. Lester .
Sheeler traveled to Oaks, Pa. The Men's Club will meet Kraft's
and spent two weeks visiting Monday, September 9, at 7:30P. 18 Oz. Kraft Bar-B-Q
before .M. in the church building.
accompanying Pammie
home. Mrs. Lester Sheeler and Miracle 'l

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Thursday, Sept. 5, 1963 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

I I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Walker The greatest recorded flood I t I Subscribe lor The Flogtor frlbune
disaster occurred in 1887 when $150 A Tear In Advance
I and daughter of Wildwood visit
ed here Monday with Mrs. Daisy China's Yellow River overflowed,

i I Walker and Miss Lucille Walker.Mr. killing an estimated 900,000 peo HASTINGS MATTRESS

pie. I
LOCALS and Mrs. S. 11. Newbill ---I II.I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
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I of Atlanta, Ga. were visiting
I here Thursday with friends. lie i Community I Palatka, Florida
lis a former resident of Bunnell. Phone EA 5.9166
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ENTERS NURSES I LEAVES FOR F.S.u. Memorial Church II Furniture. Upholstering
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TRAINING SCHOOL Nell Johnson and Gail Wads. Nancy Brannam has returnedto I i Repaired & Refinished
'I aa..r-4e.e.la."e1 Mattresses & Box Springs
Carol Hoskins and Diane worth left this week to enter Gainesville where she will AIR CONDITIONED Made Order Also Renovated

Greene have entered the Schoolof Florida State University in Tallahassee serve as Resident Assistant at Dtytonft A... 'I Call Laura Morris 437.3233I
Nursing at Charity Hospitalin for their freshman Broward Hall at the Universityof After 6:00 P. M.
New Orleans. Both Carol year. Florida. FLAGLER BEACH I PRICES REASONABLE.

and Diane were members of (the They were both members of Sunday School 10:00: A.M. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
graduating class of Bunnell the Junior Class of Bunnell Mike and Zane Kelley visitedin Church Service 11:00: A.M. Just as near as your

High School last June. I High School last year and are Palatka last weekend with R, w. DICKERT, PMtor Drop Phone Us or A Card Post Office or Call
Carol resided with her par. i entering FSU under the advanced their grandparents Mr. and EVERYONE WELCOME Free Pick-up & Delivery 1I
ents in on North AlA. Diane I placement program. Mrs. Louie Hart. They have recently -
has resided here with her uncle Nell is the daughter of Mr. and returned from Chattanooga
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mrs. Ab Johnston Gall Is the Tenn. where they visited I
Brooks, for the past two years. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WilLiam with their paternal grandparents .
Wadsworth.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kel u aur

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ford and ley, Sr., for several weeks.

son spent the Labor Day week. and Mrs. Russell Walker I
end at Marathon on a fishing were guests of his grandmother, Linda Barker of Smyrna, Ga.,
trip. Mrs. A. A. Walker, during the was vacationing here last week
past weekend. They were en with her grandmother, Mrs. J

Visiting here several days last route to Chapel Hill, N.C., where I Daisy Buckles. ,I
week with Mrs. Neva Eisenbach he will study on a fellowshipat
Guests of Mr. end Mrs. Walter REWARDS
the university there.
and Mr. and Mrs. C B. Eisen. 2000
Knight during the past weekendwere
bach were Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blalockof Mr. and Mrs. Horace Locke
Sutherland and children of Vero & H GREEN STAMPS
Beach. returning Cape Gerardeau, Mo., visted and son David of Tampa. Mrs.
They were
from a short vacation in North here last Wednesday and Thursday Locke Is Mrs. Knight's sister. I FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO SALE OF

Carolina. They were accompanied with, Mr. and Mrs. Walter I I I Water ConditionersPAYABLE
on the vacation trip by Knight, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom. CARD OF THANKS I Lindsay

Heidi Eisenbach of Bunnell. my Durrance. I
] TO FIRST PARTY TO NOTIFY
They were honeymooning in I would like to take this oP.
Florida and stopped by for a portunity to thank all my
Miss Pat Niesen has returnedto LINDSAY FRAZIER
Florida State University in short visit en route home. Mrs. friends, doctors and nurses for -

Tallahassee where she will begin Blalock is Mrs. Knight's neice the beautiful cards and prayers RENTALS ON FULLY AUTOMATIC FIBERGLASS ,
and Mrs. Durrance's cousin. sent to me while I was in the
her Junior year in the schoolof CONDITIONERS WITH OPTION TO BUY-
hospital. Your thoughtfulnesshas
While here they visited Silver
.
nursing.Mrs. Springs and several other pointsof meant much to me and wasa RENT APPLIED TO PURCHASE
big help toward my being ableto
Lady Allen of Bunnell Interest. CL 22220 Beach
return to my home. -Daytona
and Mrs. Frances Halstens of f '
THANK YOUI Louis J. Ouellette.. I :.
Flagler Beach are vacationingin !
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the New England States. thank all my friends for 'f

!the cads, flowers, and gifts ,..
start the school year right j' 'I
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford sent to me during my recent .
,
have returned to their home illness. Each one made the day \ ; '
here after a vacation in Waynes-i brighter and more pleasant. . .with proper -

ville, North Carolina. "Mrs. Neva Elsenbach.

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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLEB TRIBUNE BUNNELL, Thursday Sept. 5, J263

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-- - CON8T1TUTIONALA be placed In '" to be seventy-five (75) mllllor elector of the state exists, and
TOO LATE Ml TO BE V01'JDD ONN known as the "fsetltuuoas of Higher do tf-'H5: be authorised and that said M dm4 t be submitted
DmM B16R e. 10 3 Learnlnf and Jmlor College validated pursuant hereto. to the electors of Florida for ratification -
FJJJ SPECIAL JBLBCTIOl Capital Onilajr asp Debt: Serrta projects theretofore or rejection at a special
outlay
( ) Capital
o
TO CLASSIFY be held Nov. 1>63.
W8flUfA8.# the Legislature of Trust Fund" In the State Treasury authorised br the legislaturefor Uratto on oflc
of
118at (hereinafter referred to M "Capi Learn and C) of
1848. Bd.r the Coqtltutlof) any Institution of
Continued From Page 2 the State of Florida did pass ; tal Outlay Fund"), and uNd only Junior College Hither be eli- election- be given.
Joint Resolutions proposing amend as provided In this Amendment. flr participate In the funds Section --. The outdoor recreational

that meats to the <'onstltutlo of thi Maid fund shall be administered accruing under this Amendment derived development council as
that all Is not gold .
created by the IM legislature, may
teaches
wen of bond
and they proceeds
I. State of Florida by the flute Board of Education from the
glitters and when citizens and agreed to by a vote of threefourthof ; as now crest 4 sad constituted by or certificates and said Gross Receipts -. Issue revenue other bonds evidences, revenue of certificates Indebtedness -
elected to eaclbouse Constitution such regulations ) or
of the member Section 8 of Article XII of the Taxes under
taxpayers lose their sense The votes of said Joint R.solutlons i of Florida (hereinafter referred and In such manner as shall to acquire lands, water and

and vote for Just I were entered rnttelr respective to as "Bttt* Board"). For be determined by the State Board, areas and related resources and
enlarge
perspective Journal, w yeasand the purpose of this Amendment,. and the State Board shall use or to construct. Improve,
anybody, with no knowledge of nays thereon. and they did : said Wat hoard as now constituted transmit to the State Board of extend thereon in r rurt'rerane.: andfacilities of
determine and direct that the said shall .runtlau M* a body our- Control or to the Board of Public
their background or personal Joint Resolutions be submitted. tal the life of this Instruction of any County author outdoor recreation natural resources -
related
are letting themselves the electors of the State of Florida Ameedmeestfaad mall hav all the ised by law to construct or acquiresuch conservation and
views they facilities In this state provided,
Novem'her projects, the ;
this outlay
at a Special Election on powere pr.rided In capital
constttu- the legislature with respect
In for a lot of trouble 5, 19118; In MltkMn to all other amount of the proceeds of such however
I TOll ;I relatedto Gross Receipts to such revenue bonds rev
certificates or
NOW. THEREFORE. tion*! and statutory powers bonds or evidences
and heartache.We ADAMS Secretary of Stale of the the purposes' of this Amendment Taxes to be applied to or enue certificates or other
need more legislators, State of Florida, do hereby Ifl"el or hereafter conferred used for such capital outlay projects. of Indebtedness shall designate therevenue
theretofore tax to be deposited -
sources
I Board.b of theproceeds or
notice that aSPECIAL > meld State If for any reason any
the land
councilmen In or credited to
commissioners and I of bonds or certificates
ELECTION ( ) Tate State Board shall have any outlay acquisition trust fund for their repayment
ancapital
who think of your dollars as will be held In ouch Opwty In I power, for the purpose of obtaining project'Issued shall for not be expended for and may Impose restrictions -
Florida on the first Tuulay after funds for acquiring building on their 1 Issuance, Includingthe
their dollars, but try and find the first Monday la K.v.mbr, constructing, altering. Improving, such capital outlay project such ,unexpended the fixing of maximum Interest
Board use
which date Is November I. IMSfor : i enlarging, furnishing or equippingcapital State may for other capital rates and discounts.The .
them. the ratification or rejection ol ; outlay projects theretofore proceeds for any Institutionsof land acquisition trust fund.

the said Joint Resolutions proposing I authorized by the legislature and Higher outlay Learning project or Junior Colleges created by the 1963 legislature for
r N ,_ amendments to the Co *tllulloii I any u appurtenant or Incl- and vocational technical these multiple public purposes,
I INO.1' \
the Inltltal shockof of the State of Florida, via: dental thereto, for Institutions of school, as defined herein as now shall continue from the date of the
relieve
To Junior Colleges,
I Higher Learning or be hereafter denned adoption of this amendment for a
defined or as may
capture, sharks taken for ex COMMITTEE i 'r'Ji.lom ,' MS now denned or as may be hereafter - by law theretofore authorizedby period of flfty (50) years.
HOUSE JOINT defined by law and for the In the event the outdoor recreational
The holders
Marlneland of Floridaare NO. 428 con..tructlngbuilding.. the State Legislature.
hibit at I purpose of of bonds or certificates Issuedhereunder development council shall determine
calmed with a sedative. The A JOINT RESOLUTION relating and other permanent facilities for shall not have! any responsibility to Issue bonds for financing:
proposing an amendment technical schools as pro
to elections; vocational the acquisition of cites for multiple
drug used is sprayed over the to Article. IV. Sections 2 and I vlded In chapter 230 Florida Statutes I whatsoever use of any of for the proceeds application - purposes the state board of administration :
or
of the stateof certificates.Including .
of the constitution to Issue bonds or
20, derived from the sale of said shall act an fiscal agent.
will deliver a knockout for the election -
and bonds or certificates
gills, Florida providing refunding bonds certificates and the rights and the attorney general shall
of certain state officers at the to fund or refund any or the validation .
sharkIn handle proceedings.All
to a 400 pound and remedies of the holders of.u'h
punch elections Is
1964and 1968 general : bonds or certificates theretofore bonds certificates and their bonds issued under this
a minute or less. providing for an emergency election sued. All such bonds or certificatesshall right to payment or from said Gross amendment shall be Bold at public
Interest at not exceeding :-
bear
sale after public advertisement
the Legislature one-half 415) Receipts Taxes In the manner- provided the
Resolved by and
four
lie It and conditions
be effected on such terms as
KIIOLDF.HHMKKTINUl shall not
NTO< herein
NOTICE OF" of Florida" : and shall
of the State per centum pen outdoor recreational developmentcouncil
the application or
impaired by
the following amendment of such time or times as or
at
That mature
that shall provide and as otherwise
Notice la hereby given Stockholders a- Article IV. Section 2 of the constitution the State Board shall determine not use of such proceeds.The provided by law and subjectto
pedal meeting: or the state of Florida" bend event, State Board shall use the
Bunnell of the exceeding in the limitations herein Imposed.IN ,
::evei
of Citizens Hank of the the same Is hereby agreed to thirty (30) f'al from the > moneys In said Capital Outlay TESTIMONY WHEREOFI
will be held at the office of and shall be submitted to the electors Issuance thereof. The State Board Fund In each fiscal year only for have hereunto set my hand

needay. of the state of Florida for approval shall have power to determine all the following puruposes and In the and affixed the Great Seal
or rejection at a special other details of such bonds or certificates following order of priority: of the State of Florida at
o'clock P. M. for the pur increase alled election to be held on November and to sell at public sale (1) For the payment of the principal Tallahassee the Capital this

votingon a resolution to said Bank 5, 1963 as provided in Article after public advertisement such of and interest on any bondsor the thirtieth day of August
the capital hundred.tock of thousand dollars VM. Section 3 of the Florida con bonds or certificates, provided how- certificates maturing In such A. D. 1963.
from one hundred stitution. I ever that no bonds or certificatesshall fiscal year. (seat) TOM ADAMS
(1100,00000) to one That three-fourths (%) of all ever be Issued hereunder to (2) For Into any reserve Secretary of State
fifty thousand dollars said Increase(1(0.000.00)to members elected to each house of finance or the proceeds thereof expended funds provided for in the pro Sept. 5 and Sept. 19-2tc
and to distribute I the legislature does determine that for any part of of Cf'.dlnlauthorlzlnf tlut issuance!
stock divldend. cet'e'
the stockholders. as a in emergency requiring an early any capital outlay oJ of said bonds or certificates of any IX Till CIRCUIT COURT OF
the electors of the acquisition of amounts required to be deposited
VY Cashier leclslon by the construction or 'I.AGLF.II COUNTY FLORIDA
V. PA
HOWELL itate does exist with reference to such capital outlay project has In such reserve funds in such fiscal CHANCERY NO. 4107
September 1I.1Z-2ta his amendment to Article IV, Sec- been theretofore authorized by the year. CAROLYN P. ROSS
COURT OF Jon 2 of the constitution. legislature of Florida. None of said (3) After all payments requiredIn Plaintiff
ciucriT
IN TUB FLORIDA+ Section 2. Election and term of bonds or certificates shall be sold such fiscal year for the purposes

KLAttLF.K CHANCKHY COUNTY\" NO., 472 rovernor. The governor shall be at less. than ninety-eight (98 hereof provided I for In (1) and (2) TERRY LEE '
lected! by the qualified electors of centum of the par value above, Including any deficienciesfor nOSSb..fendant.'
JOAN'QUINTAVALLE.Plaintiff, the state. The first election for plus accrued 1 interest, and said required payments In prior flitI OTICE TO DKKKNU
governor under this section shall bonds or certificates shall be awarded I cal years any moneys remainingIn THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
ROBERT QUINTAVALLE.Defendant.VI t'e at the general I WOe of 1964, at the public sale thereof to said Capital Outlay Fund at the TERRY LEE ROSS
for a term of two ( and the bidder offering the lowest fnd of such fiscal year may be used 601 County Road
NOTICE TO DKKKND' thereafter commencing with the net Interest cost for such bond by the State Board for direct payment Harrlsburr PennsylvaniaYou
election of 1966. the governor the to be of the cost of any part of
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: general or certificates In manner are hereby notified that a
ROBERT QUINTAVALLB shall ba elected for a term of determined by the State Board. the cost of any capital outlay project null has been filed against you In

933 South Fourth Street Tour (4) years. The term of officehall The State Board shall also have I theretofore authorized by thelegislature the above entitled cause; and you
Llndenhurst, New York begin the first Tuesday after power to pledge for the payment or for the purpose of are hereby required to to file your
r You are hereby notified I that a the first I.M re ronl.n January next of the principal of and Interest on any bond or certificates Issued! answer with the Clerk of thisCourt
suit has been filed against you" In lifter The governor such bond, or certificates and reserves hereunder then outstandingupon and to r.itl thereof
rlt'ora
the above entitled cause; and you elected lit the general election of therefor. Including refunding such term and conditions an the upon the I n at*
art hereby required answer )1964 shall be! eligible for re-election bonds or certificates, all or any State Board shall deem proper or torney. whose name and address Is:
with the : ktoorlhr.Ot"o t, to said office' In the general election part of the! revenue to be derived for the prior redemption of outstanding JAMES H. TUCKER
of 1966 but the governor elected bonds or certificates In 211 North Rldgewood Avenue
and to serve a copy thereof upon from the said Gross Receipts Tax-
at the general election of 1966 accordance with the! provisions of Daytona Beach. Floridanot
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney es for In this Amendment,
whose name and address la: and thereafter shall not be eligiblefor anto provided enter Into any covenantsand the proceedings' which authorizedthe later than September 21st, A. D.19U. .
SAMUEL V. HOLCII re-election to said ogee the other agreements with the Issuance of ouch bonds or certificates. .

110 N. Third Street: next succeeding term.' holdem of such bonds or certltl- If you fall to do so, decree pro
l'alatka. Florida Be It Further Resolved by thel..III.lalure the thereof The> State Board may invest the confesio will be
cates concerning security de:3.ctaflr::
not later than September 18, A. D. of the !State:' of Florida: and the rights of the holders moneys In laid Capital Outlay Fundor you for the relief
1963. That the following amendementof thereof, all of which covenants and In any sinking fund or other bill of complaint. The nature of
It/.you fall to do so, decree pro Article IV Section. 20 of the constitution agreements shall constitute legally. fund created for any issue of WITNESSeImy for divorce.
of Florida be bond certificates In direct obligations hand and seal
confesso will be entered againstyou of the State binding and Irrevocable. contracts or.' of
for the relief demanded In the and the same Is hereby agreed to with such holders and shall be ; of the United State of aid Court this 20th day of August -
bill of complaint. The nature of and shall be submitted! to the electors enforceable such holders America or 'In the other securities A. D. 1963.
said suit being- for divorce. of the state of Florida for approval In fully any court of competent by juris I referred to In Section 344.37 Florida -,. (Official Seal) ofIt.. A. SMYTHE
WITNESS my hand and seal of or rejection at the generalflection diction.No Statute Clerk said Circuit Court
said Court this llth day of August to be held November 5, I (d) The State Board shall have By Julia R. Harvey
A. 1>. 1963. 1963 as provided In Article XVII such bonds or certificate the power to make and enforce all Deputy Clerk
(Olllclal Seal) E. A. SMYTHH Section 3 of the Florida Constitu shall. ever be 'issued. bv the State rules and regulations necessary to \ug. 82-29 A Sept. 5.U-4to
Clerk of said Circuit Court Board In an amount exceeding sev- the full exerclae of the powers
Dy Julia tion.That three fourths (% ) of all entv-flve <7R"* ) per centum of the herein granted and no legislation IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
RpellfYetlerk i iAug. members elected to each house of amount which It determines, bated shall be required to render this KUAfU.EH (;COUNTY FLORIDA

15-22-29 & 8ep 6-(to the: legislature does determine that iinon the average annual amount of Amendment of full force and operating CHANCERY NO. 4721
IN C'lItcTIT roriiT or TITS in emergency requiring an early the revenues derived from said effect on and after January 3EORGE COLEMAN DAVIS.
'IIF.\'I<:NTII D1CIAL CIIlC: 'trlT INAl decision by the electors of the state (cross Receipts Taxes during theImmediately 1, 1964. The Legislature during Plaintiff
FOU FLAUI.F.H COUNTY, Toes exist! with reference to this preceding two fiscal the period this Amendment laIn v.'
KI.OItlllA C'IIANC'I'an" NOT1CK imendment to Article IV Section venrs. or the amount of the revenues effect, llrf'I't U the rate I FREDERICA D. .DAIVS,
OK M'lT. CIIAtCRIIY 10 of the constitution.! derived from said. Gross Receipts I )f said I Grot Taxes now I Defendant'
buLMAJ...: HOI'KINS;- Section 20. Governor's cabinet Taxes during, the Immediately provided In said Chapter 203.. Florida NOTICE TO IJF.-FENO-
!'lalntlff The governor shall be assisted by preceding flacHl year ns shownin Statute' or eliminate, exemptor TilE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
' 'VI administrative officers as follows: a certificate filed bv the State remove any of the persons, firmsor FREDERICA D. DAVIS
ANDREW A secretary of state, attorney gen fomotroller with the State Board corporations, Including municipal 450 a Ridge Street
HOl''INR.Pf'tf'nd nt. eral, comptroller, treasurer, superintendent prior to the Issuance of such bondsor corporation, 'or any of the Southern fines N. C.
OHDKII OF IILICATlOV of public Instruction, and certificates whichever Is the utilities businesses or services now You are hereby notified that a
IN TUB NAME OF THE HTATE commissioner of agriculture who leaner can be serviced by the or hereafter subject tfhavr:3: suit has been filed against you In
OF FIxmiDA: shall be elected at the same time revenues accruing thereafter nnder- Receipts Taxes, the above entitled cauao; and you
TO: ANI1UEW IIOI'KINSresidence as the governor, and shall hold their the provisions of this Amendment; collection of said Grogs Receipt are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'oat
address:: offices for the same term) provided, nor Hhall. the State Board during: Taxes as now provided in said swer with the ;
unknown. that 'the first election of such officers the first veer following the ratification Chapter 203 Florida Statutes, and and to serve a copy thereof upon
You are hereby required to file under this section shall be had of this amendment, issue shall not enact any law Impairingor the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
with the Clerk at the time of voting for governorIn bonds or certificates In excess of materially altering the rights of whose name and address Is:
answer to the oJIlhlC\ Complaint I 164 for a term of two (2) years seven (T) times the anticipated the holders of any bond or certificates SAMUEL V. HOLCH
1 filed herein against you In the find thereafter commencing with .vf'nue from said Grow ReceiptsTa'ee Issued pursuant to this Amend- 110 N. Third Srte t
above entitled cause on or before the time of voting for governor In during said year, nor during ment or impairing altering any I'alatka.. Floridanot
the 30th day of September A. I).. 1966 said officers shall be electedfor each succeeding year more than covenants or agreements of the later than September It, A. D.
1J63 and serve a copy thereof upon a term of four (4) years. four (41 times the anticipated rev- State Board made hereunder, or ms.
Lawrence W. Horns, plaintiff's NO. 3 """f' from said Gross Receipts having the effect of withdrawingthe If you fall to do so, decree pro
Attorney, herein whose address Is COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR Taxes during such year. No election proceeds of said Gross Receipts eonfesso will be entered against
101 Heabreeie Boulevard Daytona SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. or approval of qualified electors Taxes from the operation of you for the relief demanded in the
Beach. Florida. "The Flagler Tri 264 or freeholder electors shall he this Amendment.The bill of complaint.I The nature of said
bune" Is hereby designated as thenewspaper A JOINT RESOLUTION proposIng required for the Issuance of bondsor State Board of Admtnlstra suit being for divorce
In which this order shall an amendment to Article XII certificates hereunder. tlon shall be and Is hereby constituted WITNESS hand seal of
this
be published once a week for fourcenmecutive of the Constitution of Florida by After the Initial Issuance of any as the Fiscal Agent of the said Court 14th day of Au
weeks. HEREIN FAIL, adding a section to be numbered hands or certificates mirsuant to State Board to perform such duties gust A D. 1963. ,
NOT OK A DECREE VRO CON by the secretary of state authorli- this Amendment the State Board and assume such responsibilitiesunder (Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE
FESSO WILL, BE ENTER AOAINST the Issuance of bonds for capital may thereafter Issue additional this Amendment as shall be of said Circuit Court
YOU FOR SUCH FAILURE.The outlay at Institutions of higher bonds or certificates which willrank ,, agreed upon between the State By Julia ,R. Harvey ,
nature of this suit Is a learning Including junior equally and on a parity, as Board and such State Board of Ad- Deputy Clerk
Complaint for Divorce and for the and certain vocational collel'o'l to Hen on and source of securityfor ministration. The State Board shall Aug. 15-22-29 & Sept. 5-4tc
I have to appoint such
custody of the minor schools; pledging certain ; payment from said Gross also power
permanent of the providing for the use of Receipts Taxes, with any bonds other persons and fix: their contI IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
,children WITNESS parties.hand and seal atnunneUb lated; surplus to pay for any capitaloutlay or certificates theretofore Issued pensatlon for the administration of FLAnLKR COUNTY. FLORIDA
Flagler my County Florida project theretofore authorized pursuant to this Amendment but I I the provisions ofhl.. Amendmentas IN CHANCRRY NO. 4722

day of August, .A. D. 1963. by the Legislature, providingprocedures such additional parity bonds or certificate It shall deem necessary and NORAH OEARIQHTY
Seal therefor providing powers shall not be Issued unless the expenses of the State Board In Plaintiff,
Otnclal ) I
(
and duties of the State Boardof the average annual amount of administering the provisions of this
As EMIL Clerk A. SMYTHE of Circuit Court Education and !State:' Board ol the revenues derived from said Amendment shall be paid out of WILLIAM IC'QEARIOHTYDefendant
County Florid Administration; and requiring a (cross Receipts Taxes during the the proceed of bonds or certificates -
Flagler special election thereon. Immediately preceding two fiscal issued hereunder or from said NOTICE TO DKFKND
Sept. S1ll18.164tobr Be It Resolved by the Legislature vears. nr the amount of the revenues Gross t Taxes deposited Insaid THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
of the State of Florida: derived from said Groan. Recelpts Capital Outlay Fund. Whos.Aplace, GEARIO rrr,
That Article XII of the Florida Taxes during the Immediate. (e) No capital outlay project or of residence and
Constitution be amended by adding Iv preceding fiscal "Tear as shown any part thereof shall be financed Post herebyenotified unknown
3IUI\11rr (JrtbunrBUNNELL. the section set forth below to 'n a certificate filed bY the State hereunder unless the bill authoris You are that a
be numbered by the secretary of Comptroller with the State Board ing such project shall specify It Is suit above been filed
state and that said amendment be prior to the Issuance of such bondsor financed hereunder and shall be approved the entitled causes and you

FLORIDA submitted to the electors of Florida certificates, whichever l.. the electedf members are hereby required to aa.
'I for ratification or rejection at lesser shall have been equal to one (3/5) of the ewer with the Clerk rlbr.o'o .
election to be held underauthority and one-third (I 1/J) times the aggregate each house. and to serve or .opy thereof upon
MRS. )I. D. FULLER Editor of Section 3 of Article amount of principal and NO. S the plaintiff plaintiff* attorney,
XVII of the Florida Constitution on Interest which will become due In COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR whose name and address Is:
} Nov. I. 1963. That three-fourthi any succeeding fiscal' year" on all SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. RAY SELDEN
of the bonds or certificates theretofore Issued 737 Selden Bonding
Designate Omelal PwbtlotU 1JJfuroeeJ: :: :::' that an nursuant to this Amendment A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing Daytona Beach. Florida

I.. P.klle Netlces .( PUctor exists requiring; an early and then' outstanding and the additional an amendment to Article IX of not 1963.later than September 21st, A. D.
decision: by the electors of this state. parity bonds or certificatesthen the Constitution of Florida by adding
County MMBlelpalltles tkcrela_ s"cUon-a i ). That beginning proposed to be Issued. No a sectlcm to be numbered by If you fall to do .0, decree pro
I January 1. 1964 and for fifty li0)) bonds certificates or other obligations the secretary of state providing forIssuing confesso will b. entered against
..* th. State o( FUrUa [ years thereafter all of the proceeds whatsoever shall at any time state bonds for outdoor recreation bill you for the relief demanded In the
of the revenues derived from he Issued under the provisions of and natural resources conservation I said of complaint. The nature of
the gross receipts taxes colleetf'dfrom this Amendment except: such bondsor ; determining that an suit being for divorce.
g Entered as second class matter every person. Including municipalities certificates Initially Issued hereunder emergency exists. said WITNESS my hand and seal of
receiving payment for and such additional parity Be It Resolved by the Legislature Court this 20th dar of AU-
February e, 1111, at the postofflce electricity for light heat or power,, bonds or t of the State of Florida; trust :. D. aUUE.

at Bunnell. Florida under act of for natural or manufactured gas this paragraph Notwfth.tandlnlfIIIn That Article IX of the Florida Clerk A. SMYTHEC!:
for light, heat or power for use of, other provision herein no such constitution be amended by adding of said UrtAug.
March 3. 1ST*. telephones and for the sending of| bonds or certificates shall M authorlxed < the section set forth below to be By Julia it Harvey
validated numbered br the secretary of state, Deputy Clerk
telegrams and telegraph messagesas or during any
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now provided and levied as ol biennium In excess of fifty million that three-fourth ("Jo of all members SePt. 6-13--41c

One year -._._.$1.80 the time of adoption of this amendment dollars, except by two-thirds Tote elected to the of rep.reentatlves Sub crib.
for
In Chapter. 203. Florida Statute of the members elected toeach and to the senatl determines The Flagler Tribune
Six months ___._......$1.85 (hereinafter called "Gross Re-:. house of the legislature; provided that an emergency v.. $153 4 Year In
I ceplts Taxes"), shall., a* collected I further that during the biennium quiring an early decision by the Adrone
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U. S. CHOICE


; CHUCK STEAK .:."'.' lb.39c "I

TENDER JUICYCUBE 0/ '"
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STEAK :" lb.79c

FRESH LEAN ..1.."
(PLUS \00 FREE STAMPS)

f Ground Beef 5 Ibs. $198


fl ji
R ARMOUR STAR (Sliced)
ARMOUR
STAR (Smoked)

BOLOGNA SLAB BACON .

i Lb 39C (By thePiece) Lb. 39-


FOLGER'S INSTANT
CRISCO GIANT SIZE ....
'COFFEE60z. I CHEER5O

filta 3Lb. 58
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Jar Tin
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Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more food order Limit (1) With$5.00
or More Food Order -, .. Limit (1)) With $5.00 or More Food Order .


Our Mllttf DEPT, OUR VALUE ( For 303 CAN
Tomatoes 00
I 8 $1
JOE CRAIN'S FLORIDA GRADE "A"SMALL
EGGS 3 Dozen $00 OUR VALUE 300 CAN

WILSON'S "CLEARBROOK"BUTTER -y Pork & Beans 1 0 for $1 00

Qt=1.' 68C _______ '
t
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e tfl CETOIDEIIUNK1 SWIFTS (SAVE lOc)
E)L AT OUR i10RE (ti)
fflKHEST PRODiJGt JEL PREM 12 Oz.
Y1K[ 3 cans 39C Can 39
No. 1 GA. REDSWEET

, FANCY RIPE POTATOES . Lb. ge Mary Carter PaintsBUY

TOMATOESFANCY Car:on
:: 130
FRESHBLACKEYED ONE GALLON---GET 2nd GALLON FREE

PEAS I 2".. 25c

LARGE CALIFORNIA Each frozen food Treats
CANTALOUPES 230

CLARK'S (Chopped)
50 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSWith SIRLOIN STEAKS FANTAIL GOLD KING SHRIMP
this Coupon and purchase of
1 (CARTON OF 6) PATIO DIET COLA (Plus Deposit) Pkg. of 0
Coupon Void After Sept.7, 1963 5 79c<< Pkg.z. 5ge

100 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSwith
this coupon and purchase of
(1) QUART AREOWAX

Coupon Void After Sept. 7, 1963 FOOD '
liil RODGERS STORE

100 FREE GIFT BOND STAMPSwith Ilt

5 Lbs. GROUND this coupon BEEF and.........purchase.................of.41.98 """
OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
Coupon Void.After.: Sept. 7,.1963. 8:00 a.m-h()()p.m. U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
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: Food Consumption need for such carbohydratefoods Africa' 355-foot high Victoria ....MVWkVUWAVYWUVWJW
: CONSERVATION as cereal grains and po I Falls Is twice as high and nearly J a r. ALFORDI
-.. \ In Downard TrendTotal tatoes. Thus the rise in meat'' double the width of Niagara I Registered !j
BT consumption has stimulated a Falls. More than half a million
I
NEWS W. Boblnson food consumption per drop in the use of certain other gallons of water plunge over the 5 Real Estate Broker !
= person In the United States is foods, with the overall result falls each second during flood
Continued From Page 1 less now than in the 19308 or that total Intake has declined.Per season. BunnelL Florida
eligible candidate must submita even in the war years of the. capita consumption of
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petition to the Board of Sup 1940's, according to Dr. H. C.I I meat in the United States has
ervisors with the signatures of Giles, livestock marketing specialist I increased from 134 pounds in NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
25 or more freeholders prior to with the Florida Agricultural 1930, to 162 pounds per person
September 10th. Extension Service. last year. The most striking fire Insurance policies we write still give the same
.. Other members of the Flagler During the 30's, the average Increase occurred In beef consumption dependable protection. But today YOU can often enjoy additional .
\ District Board of Supervisors are American put away 1,518 pounds I I I I which climbed from coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
.JRaymond". Tucker and Alfredl.ucker. of food each year, a figure which about 52 pounds per person In little extra costRemember
.- rose !to 1,587 pounds during the1940's. I I the early 30's to 87 pounds In
made H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help
I' The Flagler SCD has you
However, this peak fig. 1962. During the same period,
take of these extra 437-3361
tremendous contributions In con advantage coverages. Telephone
( of the declinedby
ure war years average pork consumption de.
serving the soil and water re 100 pounds In the 1950'8.Today clined from about 68 pounds to or stop in soon for full details.

sources within Flagler County. the average Americaneats 64 pounds. H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
As a result of this work there only 1,461 pounds of.food 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bun-en. Fla.
has been established a more each year, 57 pounds less than
permanent agriculture, protectedand during the depression.The ECUADOR NOT DEVELOPED .-- -
Improved the tax base and w.
American's rising stand.
Ecuador, where the army re
Increased efficiency In farm op ard of living has stimulated Increased ousted President Carlos
cently FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
In-
erations. Best of ell Is the
of red meat in the
I use Julio Arosemena, is one of SouthAmerica's
, modern diet. Since meat is a least developed coun
CLASSIFIEDADS rich source of protein, fat, and tries, the National Geographic AMBULANCES
calories, the greater consumption Society says. Two-thirds of its S VIPF PHONEsT. VAlley 4 1625
of meat has reduced the 4.5 million Inhabitants live in -Lv AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
a central plateau that comprises
terest, vision and leadership of I I one sixth of the nation's Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

......... ..<.. hU aUc aN supervisors that made this pos. ,I 104,506 square miles. Bananas are always at your service with promptness, safety and
S .. word' ..eh ........., ..
fr sible. make 57 cent of Ecua
n _.t. .. .!.!._. ell..... I' up per experience
Further, there remains an opportunity dor's exports. Famed Panama
I WILL DO BABY sitting for for the district to as. hats come from there, too. The Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
small children In my home any. sist all present and future farm. desolate Galapagos Islands,
'. time except Sunday and Wed. cooperators in establishing a known for their rich shrimp and Garcia Funeral Home"P.
nesday evenings. Years of ex- where tuna fishing and "
permanent agriculture grounds giant
I E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
perlence. Phone 4373682. I each acre produces the maximum tortoises and Iguanas, belong to ,
Sept 5=.1tc I according to its capability. Ecuador. I LADY ASSISTANT
FOR SALE-Several articles of I I wvA vv vwY J vvww nA:t............."......."...............fj..fj.......

used furniture cheap. Phone \
liE 9.2093 Sept. 5, Itc

FOR SALE-36' trailer with 10'x30'
When safelY.counts. signs and rubber compounds produce% better
aluminum awning. Sleeps
,...
four. Bath with tub and shower. ""J\\" traction... more mileage... less noise and road

Good condition. $1800.00. Contact count ATLAS vibration every mile! And ATIAS gives you a
on
Mr. Webb at Gulf Station. Every mile choice of two quick-action guarantees: adjust-

Sept. 5-ltp you drive, new ATLAS Plycron Tires work to ment prorated on the tread remaining, or on

FOR SALE-16 ft. Glendale Mo. keep you safe. With 25% more working rubberon number of months in use. See your Standard c .

bile home, 1961, excellent con. the road, you get better skid-resistance... station today. Find out how little safety costs!

ditlon. Sleeps 4. Canadian built for better steering,quicker stops New tread de- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) -
and insulated, gas cooking, wa
ter toilet. Fully equipped, 63 li.
cense. Terms. Phone OR 74806.
Sept. 5-2tp

HOUSE FOR SALE-5 rooms. 2
bedrooms. Garage, canal backof
I yard. Private dock, 10 minute
walk to ocean' and ,stores. Partly
I furnished or unfurnished. Reasonable .
I terms. 205 N. Flagler
Ave., Flagler Beach. 9.5-ltp
I s Nt
ATTENTION LADIES-Christmas
I i Time-our big earning time.
Openings for women who wish ,t
I to earn. Make a Merrier Christmas .
for yourself and family. y '? ,'
Write Avon Mgr., Mrs. Frances
I' H. Snow, P.O. Box 4155, South
\ Daytona, or call CL 24411.
I
CLOSEOUT SALE-All 42.48 In.
I j Prapery Fabric, 79 cents yard.
t Cloth Shop, 539 So. Yonge St. on
U. S. 1, Ormond Beach. Fla. 3 j
8.15.4tp )


I >FOR Front SALE-2 and back bed porch room, Jalousie home. : : :::4r::: St

windows, nice location, near f -
Bunnell High School. Call ID 7.r -

I r 3572 or ID 73226. Aug. 22-tfc 1?

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fields installed; snail shell. Rea r .
sonable prices. Call George Jaroz. -
ID 7.3410 8.142
_
HELP .WANTED-Couple to run C
restaurant, living quarters In-
cluded. Must have experience.
e Will pay great percent of gross
to right party. Animal Land,
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler
Beach. "8.1-tf.
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FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex
apartment, screen porch.
Phone ID 73304. 4-4-tf

JOHNSTON'S 'STANDARDS

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LOTS FLACLER, HOMES BEACH OCEAN REALTY FRONT CO., ! S,

WATER FRONF, FARMS, :_## -
.. ACREAGESee ._ _
ui for your real estat* needs
Office Phone HE 9.2242
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
or ID 7.3517 W. C. SULLIVAN AGENT, BUNNELL FLORIDA

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