Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00608
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 10, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00608
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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County Board I Three Accidents Graveside Service I Flagler County ; Dora :

Hires WadsworthAs Were Fatal Here For M. E. McCabe Students ReturnTo Damages Flagler .

Board AttorneyThe During HolidaysFlagler were Graveside held Thursday funeral morningfor services CollegeFlagler In Coastal AreaThe

Board of County Commissioners County had three fatal Merland E. McCabe of Bun, County College students Tribune and this whole
Monday morning accept. I I holiday accidents, two from nell, who died in the local hose off this week to resume area are victims of Hurricane
ed the resignation of H. TV Cook drowning and one highway accident pital' Sunday night. Father their studies, and also entering bora, born ten days ago in the
who has been board attorney Diego Conesa officiated.Mr. college for the first time Include southeastern Atlantic, arriving
a number of years. I I Ronald Baker, 24, of Haken- McCabe was born inI to the University of Flor here yesterday with a vengance
At a special meeting Tuesday sack, N. J. was killed when the Plymouth, Iowa, and had lived ida in Gainesville: Billy Deen with above hurricane winds
night, the board employed car in which he was riding I here the past 12 years. He was who is in the graduate school (75 miles an hour.)
Wadsworth, Bunnell vv.l.l rammed into the back of a tractor I a member of the Elks Club of working on his masters degree, Wind and rain Is still falling
place of Mr. Cook. Mr. Cook Is trailer truck seven miles Ormond Beach. Robert Cook, Ronnie Canakaris here intermittently. Numerousareas
now employed by the Florida I north of Bunnell on Highway 1. He Is survived by his widow, of Bunnell and Daytona Beach, of town are under Inches

East Coast Railroad. I The accident occured early Sat. Lola, of Bunnell; two daughters, David Brown, Linda Cody, Boyd to several feet of water, but no
The board Monday fixed the I urday morning. Mrs. Sandra Weigle, Jacksonville Robertson, Eric Morse, Mickey one has been hurt and the water
board's millage at 115, half a i I Sunday afternoon Herbert An. t and Mrs. Lana Courson, Ramsey, Connie Shields, Grant will go down In a few days. We
mill less than last year. This derson was credited with saving I Valdosta, Ga; one son, Jack of Holland and Alllda Tucker. have lived here more than 40
millage will have added 20 by ''I the lives of 13 when he res. Bunnell; his father, Eugene of I Going to Florida State University years and this is the first timea
the school board, making a to. cued them from an automobile Burr Oak, Iowa; two sisters, Mrs. in Tallahassee include hurricane came In almost directly .
tal of 31.5, and In the East Flag. which had skidded and over I Lois Vannatter, Canton, Minn., I Gary Holland, Mary Susan Bran. from the ocean. The cen
ler Mosquito Control District turned Into a canal along Highway and Mrs. Thelma Elliott, Harmony nam, Nell Johnston, Susan and ter hit St. Augustine. Since the
35 mills more will be assessed.At 304. One passenger, Willie Minn; one brother, Howard Gall Wadsworth, Polly Foreson, strongest winds of a hurricane
a previous meeting the James Herd of Cordele, Ga., I Harris, Minn; and a half. and Patty Neiscn. are on the east and northeast
board had agreed to not levy drowned. Al passengers of the brother, Stanley, of Burr Oak. Daytona Beach Junior College side, this area did not get the
taxes this year for recreation up over turned car were negroes. Also surviving are three grand. students Include Kent Holland, highest winds.According .
to $6000, but at Monday's meet. According to reports the car, children. Jim Brown, John Brown, Flynn to news dispatchesthis
Ing after a spokesman for the traveling at high rate of speed, Active pallbearers were Hiram Edmonson, Sharon Townsend, morning both St. Augustineand .
Flagler Woman's Club and others passed the Anderson car and I Durrance, Bill Durrance, Janice Lovelace, Eric and Harry Jacksonville Beach have
objected to the recreationcut. skidded several hundred feet Earl Rice, Al Wagner, Sam KuleskI, Grace and Michele been hit hard. Both Main Street
Levying of the tax by law overturning in the canal. The I Broadaway, and Claude Pell leer. Stefllk, Alton Ford, Howard and Matthews bridges are closed
l Is permissive, not mandatory. thirteen were rescued by the ef Honorary bearers were J. F. Emery, Robert Abbott, Diane because of high water at the ap
The motion to restore the recreation forts of Anderson.At Gresham, Jimmy Kelley, John Greene, Jerry Burnsed, David proaches.At .
funds carried by a 3 to Favoritta Sunday after Buckles, Elmer Golien, Ed BleleJeskl. Cook, and Beverly Rodgera..
Fla glcr Beach the
1 vote. A request for more noon James Lasseter was drown. and Cliff Sheffield. Tommy Kahlcrt has entered greatest
money by the local health de. ed while swimming in a borrow I Gordon Military at Barnosvllle, damage, so far as we can learn,
partment was rejected.The pit there. Ga; Quentin. Emery and Robbie more than half the municipalpier
board also held an equal. I Floridians Earned Tucker, Berry College In Rome, Is gone. We also hear thata

Izatlon meeting, but there were METHODISTS SET Georgia. Mike McMillan returning restaurant several miles south
More Last Year of Flagler Beach and on the
no complaints and the assess to Carson-Newman; John
GROUND BREAKINGFOR ocean barrier has been wrecked.We .
ment roll was accepted as pre. Craig returning to Quachlta College .
Wages and salaries earned by must throw a bunch of
sented. In Arkadelphla Ark Randy
PARSONAGE .' Floridians last year amountedto ; orchids to crews of the Florida
Also last month the board Morris, Western Kentucky State,
had agreed to allocate to the A tentative date of September $7,199,000,000, a 6 per cent Bollnjj, gceep, J Ky,. Power and Light Co. who have
,' ,. countyschool board $105,000, 20 has,been 'set for the' groundbreaking gain over-1062 compared witha worked around the clock in the
!R but School Supt. Z. D. Holland for the new parsonagefor national Increase of :5 s per cent storm to keep power going. We
came before the board and urged the Bunnell Methodist the Florida State Chamber of lost power In the plant here at
that this action be rescinded Church. The pastor, Rev. Howard Commerce reports. No Dove Hunting 2:13: : yesterday, so we just went
which was done. Porter said plans call for 'The biggest payroll In the home and sat the storm out This
Holland explained his budgetwas the groundbreaking ceremonyto state last year was the combined Here in First PhaseThere morning power is In the plant
made up to anticipate as be held following the 11 o' public payroll which amounted but not at home yet, but the
much race funds and had been I clock worship service. to $1,635,000,000, up 10 will be no dove hunt. crews Are working..
received this year, while the Plans for the parsonage call per cent comprade with a national Ing during the first phase dove Telephones are partly out. We
commission had been advisedby for brick construction and will Increase of 7 per cent. season October 3 through. No. have none In the office and they
state officials to anticipateonly be located on the property facIng The Florida total was made up vember 8 In Flagler, St. Johns, are out at a number of sections
$210,000. Holland also said along Magnolia Ave. between of $876 million paid to state and Volusla, Brevard counties, and around town. They too have
local employees $-J13 million to Putnam of the St. done a tremendous of
that If the school board was to Cherry and Moore Sts. ; county east job keep
receive only $105,000 It would Two lots known as the Stoker military personnel stationed In Johns River Ing service going
leave the schools $15,000 short. I propery was willed to the Florida and $316 million to federal Action closing these areas was To law officers, state, county
The commission agreed to share church about 25 years ago by civilian employees. taken at a meeting of the Game and city, we extend our compliments
the race funds equally. I' the late Rev. Stoker who wintered "Payrolls of trade establishments and Fresh Water Fish Commission who have been on duty
t There were two bids for a here for many years. (wholesale and retail together at Fort Lauderdale, August throughout the storm. Early this
pickup truck from Bunnell Mo I Last year two lots on the cor ) ran a close second, to. morning crews of city workmenwere
tor Co. and Hall-Tumlln Chevrolet I ner of Magnolia and Moore Sts. taling $1,631,000,000, up 5 percent 21.In addition to the counties traveling all streets, cutting .
Co. After considering the was given as an anonymous gift slightly under the national listed above, are Included Sum. to pieces trees that had
bids purchase was awarded to I for the parsonage. This givesa gain. Florida manufacturing ter County north of State Road blown down, and clearing the
Bunnell Motor Co. at $1,674. facing of 100 feet on Moore plants had a payroll of $1,109- 48 and Alligator Point In Frank streets.
Hall-Tumlln had bid. $1,699. I St. and 100 feet on Cherry with 000,000, up 5 per cent and contract lin County. Most business places had
The board also agreed to be. 210 facing north on MagnoliaAve. construction firms: paid out The commission also set a 4//). boarded windows. However one
gin work Immediately on con. I 'I $570 million, a 7 per cent gain. day waterfowl season with a window at Bunnell Dept. Store
structing a boat launching rampon The plans, which are In the Both of these gains bettered the four duck dally bag limit. The I was broken in when an awning
the Intracoastal waterwayIn hands of the architect for final national averages."Service waterfowl hunting season startsat fell against It. The Tribune was
Flagler Beach Park. corrections and adjustments, I establishments had a sunrise November 25 and well boarded, but there was considerable .
Agreed to appropriate $200 for call for a three bedroom, two. total payroll of $1,038,000,000 up j I closes at sunset January 3. water on the floor, but
making subsurface contamination baths, living room, dining room, 6 per cent one point under the I not significant. damage to any
tests in water of the intra- study, kitchen, utility room and national gain. This category I NEW ASSIGNMENT FOR thing.
costal the garage. Includes hotels and other ac. TV Channel 2 last night said
waterway by Flagler
county sanitarian to determineif commodations, places of amuse I MAJ. JOHN W. ZYSK that Hurricane Ethel (near Bermuda
open today for all classes In ment and the like. Is
traveling along a
is for W.
the water safe taking Army Major John Zysk, son
shellfish. the department of business edu "Financial Institutions, combined of Mr. and Mr. Alexander r.Z.k westward path that could bringIt
cation. with Insurance and real. to the
east coast of Florida In
of Flagler Beach, was assigned
These Include typing, shorthand estate firms had of the
a payroll same area at that of Dora.
to U. So
Openings at DBJC machine transcription, $162 million, up 6 per cent Payrolls Army Garrison, Fort Levans I Hurricane Florence Is still boll-

bookkeeping, English, spelling, of transportation compan worth, Kansas, August 26. i Ink along In the vicinity of the
Vocational CourseThere filing and office practice. Enrollment les amounted to $342 million, up Major Zysk entered the ArmyIn lessen Antlllles and moving
is also to 3 cent Communications and northwest We
open area per are really In the
January 1912 and<< was last
are still openings for I
persons planning brush up public utility firms paid $208 "hurricane season"
stationed In
full time students in Germany.
or part programs In the general office million to wage and salary I Schools are closed In Flagler,
The major Is a 19-11 graduateof
several vocational at I
programs occupations. workers last year, 7 per cent Volusla, most of Duval, Orange,
vocational division East High School, Erie, Pa.
the Mary Karl
over 1962. Mines, farms and miscellaneous Lake and Seminole counties.
of Daytona Beach Junior FLAGLER COUNTY'S categories accountedfor There will be more as Dora
College. HOTEL-MOTEL UNITS the balance of the wage, marches northwest tow a r dGainesville
They are In Industrial elec. salary total. NAVALI and other points
tonics, photography, watch repair Flagler County has 245 1 motel The $7' billion payroll In I I I AVIATION SCHOOL northwest of here.
commercial landscaping, units and 52 hotel units, accordIng Florida last year accounted forGO :i Jack Wilson son of Mr. and
alr conditioning and refri era- I I to the State Chamber of per cent of the total personal Mrs. E. W. Wilson of North AlA The male sergeant major fish
and cabinet making. Rertstra'i I Commerce's: 1963 economic data Income received by Floridians I hu entered the Naval Aviation defends its eggs by attack and
tion for all programs sheet report I from all sources. This total I School In P naacola.I : driving of any Intruder. A sergeant
k conducted In Collins HalL Persons I I The report also said there were I came to $11,933,000,000 and lie Is a graduate of the Hastings major weighing four ounce

planning to enroll should 2J542 passenger can which Is i,showed a rate of gain slightly I I High School and has attended was observed to successfully: at
contact the vocational counselor. |I| an Increase of 2.7 over the IS62- less than the payroll In Florida the Daytona Bach Junior tack a 430-pound grouper at ":
The Mary Karl division win'I 163 report and the nation as well College for the past two years. )farln land. .

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Tili :< THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 10, 1964
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I I helpIt should give details able to wash others.It repellent finish Is permanent or madras prints and plaids run
Readjhjf; Label on about wear' and care. is Important to be doubly must be reapplied with each I when they are washed with oth I
I I i cleaning. And remember that er colors.
SchooClothesRead | I To keep you from making cautious when you buy clothing -
costly mistakes, read the label made of two or more fabrics -- -
tAe such as garments with unusual I
label. carefully before you buy. Save I
That's the first rule to followin the labels for future reference. trimmings and leather. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
like coats with fabric linings.
buying clothes, says Miss
If you purchase leather-like If the label does not specify
Elizabeth Dickinson, clothingand B. CRAIG Funeral Director
fabrics, be sure you know that all parts of the garmentcan
textile specialist, Florida
Agricultural Extension Service. whether they're synthetic, cot. be cleaned alike, don't buy JOHN CAPO. Associate
ton, or the more expensive that particular item.
Look for school clothes that genuine leather. Cleaning in I AIR LADY OXYGEN
take a minimum of care. Be structions should be given on :: Miss Dickinson suggests that CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
sure they are made to stand the label of these fabrics. Some |i clothes be bought by size rather ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
wear and tear. Just looking at i textures may not hold up under than age. Don't guess the
a garment will not tell you if dry cleaning fluid. Others size. Check it carefully. Phone ID 7-3532
it meets' these requirements.But .I I lose their surface ?
may grainy Buying a'fabric raincoat 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
the label or hang tag will when ironed. You may not be Find out whether the water-

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Delicious MangosAre and prepare them in a varietyof
ways to eat after the seasonis

Now in SeasonMangos Home past economists, with the WE GIVE I QUANTITY

Florida Agricultural Extension METIS RIGHTS
are now at their best.
You'll find this delicious Florida Service recommend that you I I RESERVED
pull the skin from the mango, I TOP ***
grown fruit plentiful in the
rather than peeling it off witha PRICES GOOD
market Enjoy mangos fresh
knife, to retain as much vita. Thursday, Friday

In Florida every boat owner A and vitamin C as possible. VALUE Super Market and Saturday,

must carry one approved life Serve mangos fresh for any Sept. 10, 11, 12
meal during the day as an ap ***
saving device for each passenger STAMPS
petizer, In fresh fruit salad, as 103 S. Railroad St.
plus and
a paddle a rope Telephone 7-3201
a dessert. Their unique blendof
an anchor.
peach pear flavor is at its
peak when the fruit is eaten U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

CLASSIFIEDADS fresh.For an unusual treat for the

I I family,Mango try mango Nut Bread nut bread. Chuck Roast lb. 47'

% cup of butter or vegetable
Latins maer tftte fceai.j aN I
... shortening
a. per w.rd each Insertion*
n cento tm minimum chance.FOR I, % cup sugar CENTER CUTPork

SALE-Registered female 2 eggs
2/3 of raw cut fine
cup mango
Toy Box Terrier pup cheap.
Phone 4392384. 9-10-ltc 2 cups of sifted flour '
--- 1 teaspoon of soda lb. 59
WANTED-A woman 18 to 40 1 tablespoon of lime juice Chops

for counter and sales 'work. FI teaspoon salt
Must have transportation. Ap %i cup chopped nuts
ply In person at 4 P.M. Marine. Cream shortening and sugar.

'. land Fruit Shop. 9.10.2tc Add eggs. Stir in dry ingredients U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) THRIFTWAY (Our Specialty)
mango, lime juice. Mix
FOR RENT Furnished apartmentCall all together. Add % cup of CHUCK Lb. ,
Harris Appliance, 4373367. STEAK 53LlCED BACON ,
9-10-ltc chopped nuts. Bake in a loaf Pkg 53u.
pan at 375 degrees for 1 hour. .
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FOR SALE-In Bunnell 2 bed. Do not cut until second day.

room house, 2 baths, 4 lots, nice The famous chutney of India, S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) WORLD'S BEST
yard, trees, good location, ga a sweet hot relish, uses he
rage, etc, 407 W. Moody Blvd., mango as the main ingredient FAMILY Lb. 59GROUND "
Call 4373247. 9-10-tfc Mango Chutney 3 $129

10 large firm, ripe mangos
FOR SALE-Two bedroom house. % pint raisins, seeded
Bargain at $5900, reasonable % pint vinegar CENTER ALL MEAT
terms. Located center of Bun % pint lime juice
nell. Inquire Mrs. Marclnkowskl, 1% brown Lb.
cups sugar
Highway 11,1 mile east of Bun 2 chili peppers (or H tsp dried) HAM SLICES 69STEW 69'.
nell. Phone 4373719. 9.10.5tp 2 garlic buttons, grated

FOR RENT-Ocean front downstairs 1 onion, chopped fine
apartment, 2 bedrooms, 1 tbsp. mustard seed HERSHEY

modern, reasonable to right 1 tbsp. celery seed Limit ((1)) with
party, 6th St and Ocean Shore, 1 tbsp. ground ginger purchase of 5 Lb.
Flagler Beach. Phone 4392012. Itt tbsp. salt. '
SUGAR $5.00 or more 29
Sept 10 Pare and cut the mangos in lood order Bag (

HAVE IMMEDIATE OPENINGfor (More on page 6)

one topnotch salesman to 0

service established customers in YOUR FAVORITE SHORTENINGCRISCO
this area. We are interested ina Bunnell TheatreFor

man whose ambitions are $150to School Children We : (1) with 3 Lb.
$200 per week. Experienced purchase of
Will Open Sunday at 4:45
salesman preferred; but not es. $5.00 or more 59'f
We train you. Shifters I IsentiaI. Show Starts at 5:00 p. m. food order Tin

and drinkers need not apply. Regular Admission

For Interview In your home, :....................."......
please write Mr. McGarity, P.O. .1 PILLSBURY (Plain or Self.Rising)
Box 627, Williston, 32696. S r nq"tkirfifidrlen ; i'rst

9-10-2t i thhi'arous' ; z zIa : Limit (1) with

6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG i actjon packed film! i jk purchase of '
Ia FLOUR $5.00 or more 39
Repossessed 64 model swing need. .... : food order
le Dial-O-Matic Zig Zag,like new, IIItJ '
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makes hundreds of fancy stitch

es, makes buttonholes, sews on IDEM LvZ ) i

buttons, blind hems, mono. FRESHEST PRODUCE Delmonte ((2V. Can)
grams, darns, patches, etc. Assume y Can
5 payments of $7.95. Ph Z f u. S. No. 1 SLICED pEACHES j,,.

Credit Mgr. Daytona 2538106. 10 ib.

Sept 3.10 11"1I 1' POTATOES Bag 590 Delmonte 303 Can

FOR SALE-at job site every Large FIrI11LETTUCE Fruit Cn. | 00
day used lumber, electrical and Head 19e
plumbing fixtures. Used windows .
TIIR "IRCt'IT rotirr or TIIHHKtK Fancy All Flavor 3 Ox.
doors, etc., city hall and ITII "t'U'I.\L ('IIM:HIT
recreation center, Flagler Beach, OK FLORI!)". IN AWU FOR "" Box
Florida. Phone after 5 P.M. CIIA 1EIIY ro. :tlJUNCE:
439.2413-139.2395. 9.3.2tp COMI'ANT.UNITED BONDINCl an Indiana corpora- Limit 4 Please
lion authorised to do buln. FROZEN FOODS
WANTED IRONING to do at In inorlda.
my P1.lntlff Stok.l, (Golden)
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. y.. Scald Sweet

livery.10-24-tf Phone ID 73669. ARTHURand IDA MAE WILEY S.f.ndante.' LEMONADE Can fOe CREAM CORN 5 Cn.. $lwS

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fleldi Installed snail shelL Rea. 490
sonable prices.; Call George Ja- 8n CI-O FrancUco.m California . PUNCH Z 6.e

roz. ID 7.3410 8-1-tf To\i'tli\ ntjIERE T NOTIFIED BAKERY ITEMS
I that a cult to foreclosure 1D0n..f. Personal sin
I bas been Sled acalnet Ot'fat
CONSTIPATED? above named Plaintiff In above Bars
To pro** PKUN-BVAC eonUlnloaPrunea. Court. The real property oujht IVORY 7ge
.. Flu A Henna la world? I to be foreclosed f described at hUNSnamonJ ","
amo o tlit.t. but and moat natural follow: 25e
laxative hurry to Lot j< of fUsley Subdivision. u
)MOOZTTS PHARMACY I per Hat of Mid 8ubdlvl.lon on Doc and Hamburger Showboat 300 Can
file In the Office of the Circuit
for rtnaroiu FIUCB SAMPLE or Court of FUfler County, Florida. 8 Ct. Cn
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WATER FRONT FARMS, Court the clerk... or of before the the above Sib entitled dar of With Purchase of j; With purchase of f With Purchase of

for ACREAGE naJ estate needs tuber.entered DM. otherwise a.aln.t you a default $2.00 Worth of School \t (1) Complete Broom or ,t.f ., $5.00 or More FoodOrder
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tinue to be taken for more and j
, ; Too Late more, and their contributions ,

, will accomplish less and less. FOOD STORE
\ Uncle Sam will continue seeking

To Classify friendship by throwing money j E'' T MEATS I I
j..: from hell to breakfast. Sukarno '
I HY Russell Knit i I and Nasser will take all they i iI I .

I can get and then laugh like
is difficult to write an In I II
telligent column for a mall servo Little Audry as they switch to Iron Curtain countries for I
ice that will not be publishedfor I more
of the same. The Sphinx will j
several days after it is re PRICES GOOD QUANTITY
continue to wear his Inscrutable
smile and the Coast Guard will
I continue SEPTEMBER 10, 11, 12, 1964
Right now, for example am to capture anti-Castro
up to my ears in the Democratic arms and ammunition from Cuban .
convention but by the time this I patriots who are seeking to
reached print the political orgy overthrow Castro while the CIA LarrY'ISez "Pork Is Your Best Buy"GRADE
will be over. We will know who I I provides arms and ammunition
the' vice presidential candidatewill to other Cubans who hope to
be, what and the end.
Mississippi accomplish same BEEFCHUCK
Alabama delegates did and
The Supreme Court will continue
what happened at Pearl Mesta's Lb.
parties. the to machinery throw monkey and politicianswill wrenchesIn POT ROAST Lb. 49 SLICED LIVER 490i

After all the fireworks are go stark, staring mad in ;i
over I doubt if there will be an effort to please their constlt

much' change In the situation.No uents and at the same time WESTERN CORN FED CENTER RIB TENDER JUICY U. S. CHOICE
more than after the San stand firm for law and order.
Francisco convention. We will FAMILY Lb.
still have to choose between The average citizen will go PORK CHOPS Lb. 69 CHUCK STEAK 59
Johnson and Goldwater and about his business, muddledand
there will still be picket lines, I confused. lie is living from
strikes, juvenile delinquency, day to day in hopes that everything PALM RIVER LYKE'S SUGAR CREEK
demonstrations. Americans will I will work out all right. .
continue to die in Viet Nam, the !Maybe he will vote, if it doesn't SLICED 12 Oz.
United Nations will still be rain, or nothing else interferes. WIENERS 3 Pkgs. $100

broke, Greece and Turkey will B A CON .
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still be at each other's throats : 1 Package .......................................... 39C t
over Cyprus, Castro will still be I Books Are My DishBy
Papa Bear in Cuba, the Congo
will still be a grand and glorious I Dorothy Romans
mess. Browsing around the Flagler
The State Department will Woman's Club Library, open to
still be telling us everything is all and sundry, no charge, MIRACLE WHIP SOAPQuart
coming up roses. The Pentagonwill Thursdays 1:00.4:30: : we found
still be assuring us that ourselves meditating upon the
we are stronger than AJax. subject of titles. A good wine Wtt 1fl0
I Politicians will froth at the needs no bush, but a good book Pkg. of
mouth and call each other does need a good title. Vanity Jar fcV 4 BARS Iv

double dyed liars and the mer Fair is considered by some to be Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
chants will be reminding us that the best title for a novel there

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I Christmas. The Sea is a fascinating book, FRUIT
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admirers. DeGaulle will still subject matter. Whereas Gwyn CORN For
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power. Khrushchev will be issuing I 303 DELMONTE GARDEN
threats and warnings one t i SMEET 8 OZ. STOKELY'S
day and making peace overturesthe Community TOMATO
next. Our so-called allies
will continue to sell trucks and I Memorial Church I PEAS 4 For 89p For
other equipment to Cuba, Congo. I.ter.de.oml..tlo..l SAUCE 12 5100
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team. Women for following will still fashion's be arrested It KVUIIYONH W DICKEHT WKLCOMR, Factor I CORNED BEEF Each 39' BEETS 3 for 39

dictates and appearing on our
beaches in topless bathing suits. 2/ DELMONTE HALVES
Jimmie Iloffa will still be [ Large
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and teamsters will still
be footing the bill. Poverty will ;& UPHOLSTRY WORKS 3"'T
still be what it has always been. ; 710.12 Lemon St. Limit 2 Please
Unidentified landlords will con Palatka, Florida
tinue to raise rents on sub. Phone EA 5-9166 DAIRY FRESH PRODUCE -
standard living quarters and Furnltu-i. Upholstering
contribute to human miseryand Repaired & Reflni.hedMattres.e.
the rising crime rate; but,
to Order Also Renovated SWEET
like juveniles, political bosses Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Lb.
will see to it that the names OLEO 2 Lb.
After 6:00 P. M.
never appear in print and PRICES REASONABLE. POTATOES 10
nothing will be done to make BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
them give even token improvements Just as near as your
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MIddleburg on Thursday evening High School. f DETAILSHERE.
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James C. Bryan and children,
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James, Sharon, and Charles. 8 oz
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mitts and
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RecordedWeather Delicious longer. I For Sugar Pack-Use 1 part gar to 2 cups water.
, MangosAre
-I When mixture begins to thick. sugar to 8-10 parts fruit by For Dry Pack-Pack Into con

.' 45 Years Now in Season en, fold in stiffly beaten egg weight. Seal in moslture-proof tamers and seal. Lime juice
whites containers and freeze.
whipped cream and va may be added to syrup If de.

nilla. Pour into wet mold, chill. For Syrup Pock Cover with sired.

Thomas C. Merchant of Madison Continued From Page 3 When firm, empty on platter cold syrup, boil 11/3 cups suIff -
,,1! receive
has been selected to
and serve with cookies. Serves I
the U. S. Weather Bureau's John; small pieces. Put all Ingredients 4to6. -;TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF

Campanlus Holm citation in together In a crock or bowl. Cover I : 1 ANCERYNNO.. 4929 FLORIDAIN i I PETERSON TEXACO

Washington.The and let stand overnight. Cook To have mangos the year PATRICIA LANG

citation reads: "For voluntary next morning for three hours. 'round, freeze some now for use v Plaintiff I I SERVICE
I "
I taking, recording and Seal in sterilized jars. Fresh later. ROBERT LANGDefendant ROAD SERVICE

II I promptly reporting daily cllma- ginger root, chopped fine, is bet Frozen Mangos NOTICE TO DEFEND': Light Mechanical Work

tological weather observations of ter than the ground ginger. TilE STATE ROBERT OF LANG FLORIDA, TO: Phone 4373441 Bunnell
Freeze with
magos sugar
high quality at Yield: 4 pints. 747 10th Avenue
sugar syrup. Very ripe, juicy New York City New York
for over 45 notified that IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
Madison Florida, You are hereby a THE
192 For an elegant dessert serve magos may be frozen without suit ha been filed against you In IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUIT-
years beginning in April, ; Mango Bavarian Cream. sugar or syrup. the above entitled cause; and you SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIIICUIT,
and for the enthusiasm with are hereby required to our answer TV, FLORIDA. LAW NO. 01. ,
Mango Bavarian Cream Mango Slices: Wash and peel with the Clerk of this Court, OFAFLORIDA. DEPARTMENT
which he continues to engageIn and to serve a copy thereof upon an Agency of the
Cut off slices. Do not
service." 2 magos. the plaintiff or plaintiff attoney, the State of Florida.
valuable public tbsp. gelatin
this slice off flesh near the seed, as whose name and address U: Petitioner,
Merchant is the first Floridian 2 eggs SAMUEL V. HOLCH v.
this is unusually fibrous. ; 110 North 8rd Street HELEN FIELDS et al.
to receive the Holm's award. 1 cup milk I Palatka Florida Defendant.
has more 1 not later than October 1, A. D. 1964. ALIAS NOTICE OF
Bureau sweetened RULE
The Weahter cup mango sauce, If you fall to do so. decree pro NISI
than 12,000 observers through. (chilled) ripe or green O. P. ALFORD confeaso will be entered against NOTICE OP EMINENT DOMAIN
I you for the relief demanded in the PROCEEDINGSIN
out the United States who make Va tsp vanilla Registered bill of complaint. The nature of THE NAME AND BY TilE
observations. 1/3 cold aid suit being for divorce. AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
and record dally cup
Real Estate Broker WITNESS my hand .and seal of FLORIDA
This cooperative observer program % cup sugar aid Court this let day of Septem. CERN ALL WHOM CON.

has been In existence 1/8 tap salt BunnelL Florida ,I ber(Official A. D.Seal 1964.) said. 8MYTHE tie. IRaf 1n to: or all having persons and par-
any right
longer than the Weather Bureau 2 tsp. lime juice 3-10-17-U-4tc Clerk of Circuit CourtSept title. Interest estate mortgage or

Itself, and many families of observers 1 cup cream or evaporated milk . . . . . . . . . . . .. other parcel lien of to land or on hereinafter that certain de
have been collecting I whipped) : .fir scribed together and the following persona
all unknown
weather data for generations. Soak gelatin In cold water. I I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT son claiming by through or per un

OP SPECIAL ELECTION Separate eggs and beat yolks. : or der w rt-e: : persons not known otoare dead dead<< ,

NOTICE WHEREAS the Legislature of Combine yolks with sugar and I or alive:
1963 under the Constitution of 1885 milk. Add AMBULANCES Geraldeen Tidwell
salt. Cook in
of the State of Florida did pas a PHONE VAlley) 41625 Ad res* Unknwn
Joint Resolutions proposing amendment double boiler until of custard SRD NO. 102.1
to the Constitution of the Harry Byron Tldwell
State of Florida and they were consistency. Add gelatin and ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Address unknown

I the to member by a *vote elected of threo-flfth to each stir until dissolved. Add chilled SRD No. 102.1

\ of house. The vote of laid Joint mango sauce and lime juice. Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We SECTION 730012401.2402

{i Resolutions respective Journal were entered I with upon the their yea Cool. are always at your service with promptness, safety and STATE COUNTY ROAD DESCRIPTION 9 FLAGLER

and termine nay sand direct, and that thedsaid Mango Sauce experience. SRD LIMITED NO. 102.1 ACCESS RIGHT OF WAY

Joint Resolution be submitted to That part of:
the elector of the State of Floridaat I I 3 pints green mangos, peeled Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator The 8E% of Section e3Zh Town
the General Election I on November and sliced hip I 11 South East,
I, 10 4. lying within ISO feet of the survey -
\ NOW THEREFORE I, TOMADA 1% line of State Road 9
cups sugar Garcia Funeral HomeP. ,
State the Section
!i Via. Secretary of of 73001. said survey line de.
State of Florida do hereby give 1 cup water scribed a* follows:

notice GENERAL that a ELECTION Steam or cook green mangosin E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director said Commence Section on 32 the at a South point line 369.46 of

will\ be held In each County In water until tender. Add LADY ASSISTANT feet West of the Southeast corner
nut Tuesday after thence
Florida on the East "
the first Monday In November sweeting and cook 5 minutes WWVUVWWftWUVAWVHomework \ 200 feet to theuPointBofOBeWestn61t8113efeet
which date I* November, 8.. 1984. _._ .. :
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tor the ratification or rejection ot to the North0line:
the laid Joint Resolutions proposing feetaWestctof:
nt the:
amendment to the Constitution corner:
of the State of Florida, vii: thereof.Containing1.,

HOUSE JOI JOIl: RESOLUTION I ) Ie... 19.28 acres more or

\ IT AAL'frif
I FLORIDA grand and Husband
; it V1li1NGAMilt APPORTIONMENT Walter O. Legrande:
OF TIll FLORIDA Harry E. Tldwell and
lie It Resolved By The LegislatureOf wife Zora Lee Tld
the State of Florida: well; Maggie M. Tide
That the following amendmentof well Eatman and hue-
Article VII of the Constitution band. Willard Eat.
of Florida I II agreed to and shall man; Tom C. Tldwell
be submitted to the elector of James O. Tidwell and
re wife Annette Tld
terilteeiclonahe of well; William Hamp
1IIU. ton Tldwell and wire,
ARTICLE VII roldwmdla
Section 1. COMPOSITION OF wife Helen Fields;
T1IM LISGiSLATIl1tE.-The legislature James Brewer Tld
of the State of Florida shall I well and wife, Betty
consist of a senate" and a house of Tldwell: Marlel M.
representatives. Members of the Tldwell Thompsonand
senate hall be elected for a term husband Frank,
and member of Thompson; Harry Byron
of four (4)
the house shall: { be elected I : for a Tldwell and wire
term of two ((2) year The term i Geraldeen Tidwell;
the shall Thomas Jackson Tld
of member of legislature well
expiry on the first Tuesday after le Lee and wife Frank-
the first Monday In November In Tidwell; Fran
ce* Marlon
each regular election year. Member 41 Capp Tldwell
of the senate and house of representatives Eddie husband
shall l be elected a* provided Capps; Barbara
by lav/ Any new county that Tidwell Cone and hue
band Duane
may be created shall be entitledto Anne Cone;
one (1) member In the house Tldwell Tidwell Belle
of representative In excess of any Fields ;and Clinton
limit prescribed In the following any unknown
sections of this article until the and/or heirs other devisee,
and the claim
nest reapportionment ant
under said
W. J.
county shall be assigned when .
the legislature. commanded to appear by filing
:m ; an
'I: APPORTIONMENT. Answer to the Petition heretofore
The legislature shall nied In thl* cause entitled
divide the state Into forty-two (II) Court on or before October 7. 19(4.
senatorial district with only oneI to show what right, title Interest
( ) senator elected in each district or lien you or any of you, have
; except there shall be two (8) In and to the above-described lands,
senators elected from the most and show cause why the
populous county, the additional should not be taken for the same uses
senator being assigned the number and purpose set forth In the Pe-
forty-three ((41). The forty-two tition: filed herein.
(48) district shall be apportioned WITNESS a Seal of
among the several counties of the aid Court : this JJth day. of Au-
tale so a* to provide equitable representation gust A D. '
based upon similar economic E. A. :hTTJlE
Interests, geographic area Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and population. Every district shall In and for Flagler County,
consist of contiguous counties and Ahead? Florida
no county may be divided In creating )
a senatorial district except JAMES J. RiCHARDAON
Representation In the Aug. 27 A_8ePL I.l0.11-4to
house of representatives shall con I .
consist: of one hundred twelve (US)
representative which shall be apportioned I
the method of equal. proportions: liglrr tfrlbunrBUNNKLL
that Is. each county shall nave one with watt bulb gives 2 hours of good lighting
representative and the remaining Start the new school. term proper FLORIDA

representative the counties shall In be assignedto to home study light. It will encourage food for a penny. And the recent $10 million

population. The proportion the study habits that lead to better grades. rate reduction now makes ample Light.A .
counties for the MRS 11.B.

respective purposes FULLER Editor
of this section shall be confined good table lamp that provides for-Living all around your home the

State to and citizens shall not of Include the United foreign diffused light, free from shadows and biggest bargain in your family budget. D*.l..ate l OslcUl hNkati..
born persons who have not bulbVlslt favorite dealer and seethe
glare-with at least 150-watt your .
became naturalised. r fclle IVetl** .f Flasks
Section 4. The legislature shall is recommended. modern attractive lamps and light.
C..ty. Ileeielplitke
reapportion the representation lif tletela
regular the house session and senate of the at legislatureand the Good electric light is cheap. A 160inr fixtures. at.4 tk. State ., FUrMa

every ten (10) year there.
after based upon the preceding
latest federal decennial census \ ED U red as second dug matter

Joint Bortloa: lt'tloInlt> part d of unconstitutional this 1iao February .. 1911.( at the poet mce

or null and void then 8 I at Bunnell. Florida under act of
the entire resolution shall be null,
void and Inoperative. t/Jr;{ pfll1.elCl.! March 3. 1171.

NO. I .,.loI. CHIAPIN 7NAN SPilf

A JOINT(Continued RESOLUTION NO. on In page proposing 7) FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT' COMPANY 81a month __-. -tl.lf I I.PAGE





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(Continued from pace 6) anticipated revenues to be derived called by the county commissioners the .proving of the state of trlbuted to such oounly as herein -
from the licensing of motor vehicles of Taylor county upon the request Florida an adJlt&aal provided but not at C greater
an amendment to Article XVI. provided for In this amend- of the county board of public method of revising or amending rate of Interest than said bonds

Section T of the State Constitution ment and to enter Into any covenants Instruction, which election shallbe the Constitution.BE now bear aM tit issue sell or
relative to the length of and other agreements with held (6 0) days after
of officers.BE :. tthlJX\te\ IT RJ380LVBD by the Legislature exchange on behalf of any county
term the holders of such bonds or motor the result thereof of the State of Florida: or unit for the sole purpose of
IT RESOLVED BY THE vehicle tax anticipation certificate shall determine whether subsection That the amendment to Article retiring said bonds Issued by such
LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE at the time of the Issuance I (1) shall be effective In said XVII of the Constitution of Florida county, or special road and bridge

OF FLORIDA: thereof concerning the security county. by adding thereto a section to be district, or taxing

That article XVI. section 7 of thereof and the lfh.hI of (3) Should the county adopt the I numbered section 4, as set forth district t r.therrnr or other
the Florida constitution be amended the holder thereof, all provisions below Is agreed to and shall be fuel tax: anticipation certificates.
as set forth below and that said !covenants and agreements shall of It may after four (4) yeariere- submitted to the electors of Florida I bearing Interest at not more than

resolution be sumbltted to the electors constitute legally binding and Irrevocable turn to Its former status and reJect for ratification or rejection at three jter cent (3) per annum insuch
of Florida for ratification or contracts with such holders the provisions of this section the general election to be held In denominations and maturing I

rejection at the general election to and shall be fully enforceableby the same procedure outlinedIn November 19(4: I I at such time within the seventy-

be held In November nu: such holders in any court of subsection (3) hereof for adopting SECTION 4. Additional Methodof I five year (75) period as the board

OFFICES competent jurisdiction.No the provisions thereof In thebelrlnnlnl' Revising or Amending. Constitution. I may determine. In addition to exercising :
Section 7, TERMS OF
such bonds or motor vehicletax the powers now provided
CREATED BY LEGISLATURE.The .- As a method of revising
anticipation certificates shall (4) In the event a referendum the entire constitution of Florida. by statute for the Investment of
legislature shall not create any
office the term of which shall be ever be issued by the state board election results In a change In and as an additional method of revising sinking funds, said Board may use
until after the adoption of a resolution the sinking funds created for said
longer than four (4) years except the method of selecting a countysuperintendent or amending any portion or
membership on the board charged requesting the Issuance the Incumbent shall portions of It. either branch of the road bonds aJ ltre: :l t'tor'
thereof by the county board of b other
with responsibility for be permitted to serve the remainder I legislature, at any regular session,
and universities (not Including public Instruction of the countyon of the term of office to which I or at any special or extraordinary unit hereunder, to purchase thematured
behalf of which such obligations he was duly elected or appointed I session called for the maypropose or maturing bonds participating -
which terms
Junior colleges) may are to be issued. The state by joint o purpose: a revision herein of any other county
by the legislature to board of education shall limit the NO. 7 of the entire constitution or or any other special road and

not more than nine (9) years. I amount of such bonds or motor SENATE JOINT. 268 RESOLUTIONNO. a revision or amendment of any bridge district or other special

NO. 3 vehicle tax anticipation certificates I portion or portions thereof and taxing district thereof provided
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. which can be Issued on behalf of A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan may direct and provide for an that as to said matured bonds, the
SIS any county to seventy-five percent amendment to Article XVI election thereon. value thereof as an Investment
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan (75%)of the amount which It determ- of the Florida Constitution re shall be the price paid therefor.
amendment to subsections (a) mines can be serviced by the revenueaccruing latin to the location of the seat If the joint resolution Is adopted which shall not exceed the par-
under the of Government I by vote of three fifths (3/5) of the value accrued
and (b) of Section 18, Article to the county : adding Section1A. plus Interest, and
XII of the Constitution of Florida provisions of this amendment, and providing for means to Insure members elected to talag: house that said Investment shall bear interest
relating to the use of partof such determination shall be con continuity of State and Local the yeas and nays enteredupon at the rate of three per cent
the derived from theIIct'nlllnl' clusive. All such bonds or motor Governmental operations In their respective journals, and I (3) per annum.
of motor vehicles forcapital vehicle tax anticipation certificatesshall from of .. cause resulting the proposed shall be revision submitted or amendment the (c) The said board shall annual
be Issued in the name of the disasters by enemyattack.
outlay and debt service y use said funds In each
electors of the state for
board of education but shallbe r.tlne".1
and other school purposes.BE state tion or rejection at the I county account ay current
THE issued for and on behalf of BE IT RESOLVED by the Legls- principal and interest mature
eral election held
LEGISLATURE IT OF THE STATEOF the county board of public Instruction lautre of the State of Florida: (70) days after more the than adoptionof seventy j I Inn, If any. of said bonds and gasoline -
the Issuance thereof
requesting That the other
following amendmentof t or fuel tax anticipationcertificates
the unless
FLORIDA: resolution
and no election or approval of Article XVI of the Florida by vote of such
county or
of three fourths memI I
(% ) of the
That the following amendment to qualified electors or freeholdersshall road and
by adding section 1A Is bridge district, or
subsections (a) and ( of section be for the Issuance ben elected to each house!, the i other
the agreed to and shall be submittedto I district there.of .
article XII of Constitution legislature shal provide for submission \\otara\1:
18. thereof. the electors of the state for ; second, a sinking
of Florida Is hereby agreedto I I at a special election at an I fund
NO. 4 ratification or rejection at the general earlier date. The of state account to meet future reguiremetts
and shall be submitted to the secretary
COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR election held In November, shall cause notice of the of said bonds and gasoline
electors of the state for ratification proposed
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. 1964- or other fuel tax anticipationcertificates
the next revision or amendment and of the
at general
or .
election to be held in November USa SECTION 1A. Continuity of gov date of the election thereon to be where It appears the
1964 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing ernment. The legislature In twice In one newspaper anticipated Income OJ.rn scheduled
: amendment to Article XII, der to Insure continuity of tr Published county In which a newspaper years will not e
Section 18. SCHOOL BONDS FOR Section 5 of the State Constitution and local governmental operationsIn Is published, the first pub payments! thereon: and third any

CAPITAL OUTLAY INSURANCE. I ; authorising Principal of periods of emergency resulting lication to be not more than ten remaining balance out of the proceeds
(a) Beginning January 1. 1965 Funds be from disasters caused by less of said lc) of
State School to expended enemy (10) or than eight weeks :'oOnt itdur''
and for thirty-five (In years there for on behalfof attack shall have the power and before the election and n8) second said tales shall theY
after the first proceeds of the rev- institutions' +er b* remitted I by said as
the Immediate
State of Higher duty (1) to providefor publication to be at least one (1) follows tin..I''
enues derived from the licensingof Learning, Including prompt and temporary week after the first and not less : Eighty per rent to
motor vehicles to the extent leges, and Capital tllc.ryCf: sion to the powers and uc.t'r than four (4) weeks before the the State Road Department for theconstruction

necessary to comply with the provisions Public Schools.BE public offices of whatever nature election. If the proposed revisionor or reconstruction of
of this amendment, shall, state roads and bridges
and whether filled by election or within I thecounty
amendment receives the favorable
IT RESOLVED by the -
collected be placed monthly In or for the lease
as Florida or purchase
appointment, the Incumbents ofwhich
lature of the State of : vote of a the electors
the county outlay Orf.ltrt bridges connecting state
become unavailable for
l h
may voting shall take
school fund In the 6 of the r highways within
service That article XII section carrying on the powers and duties effect at noon on the first Tuesday the county, and
state treasury and used only asprovided Florida Constitution be amendedas of such offices, and (3) to adopt after the first Monday of the twenty per cent (20*, ) to the
In this amendment. Such set forth below and that said such other measures as may be January following the election If lIoard of County Commissioners of
shall be distributed annually be submitted to the such of
revenue amendment necessary and proper for Insuringthe voted upon In a general election therein use roads and
at'i: natt oet al counties electors of Florida for ratification continuity of governmental and on the sixtieth (60) day afterthe bridges .
In numberof or rejection at the general election erations. In the exercise of the electon If voted upon In a special (d) Said board shall have the
Instruction units In each county to be held In November 1964: powers hereby conferred the legislature election, or In either case on power to make and enforce all
In each year computed as pro Section 5. PRINCIPAL OF STATE : shall In all respects conformto any date designated therein rules and regulations necessary to
vided herein. The amount of the SCHOOL FUND TO REMAIN INVIOLATE the requirements of this Constitution the full exercise of the powers
first revenues derived from the EXCEPTION. The except to the extent that Inthe NO. 18 hereby granted and no .
licensing of motor vehicles to be principal of the state school fund of the legislature so HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION shall be required to render this
so set aside in each year and distributed shall remain sacred and Inviolate to :: be Impracticable or NO. 131 n full operating

as provided herein shall except only that the principal of would admit of undue delay. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan : 1"l'tt and cIt.nrd January

be an amounequal In the aggregate such fund may for NO. 8 amendment to Article IX, Section let, 1915. The .
to the product of four hun capital outlay on bbe :rtnd HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. II, of the Constitution of continue. the levels I of .Ilr.r.I&h.a.t

dred dollars ($40000) multipliedby institutions of higher learning, Including 89 the State of Florida relating to ln"I { of this Amendment
the total number of Instruc- junior colleges and capital A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing taxation and finance by extending and I nlJe any law haying

tion units In all the counties of outlay for Dubllc schools.NO. an amendment to Article IV Sec the period of time coveredby the effect of withdrawing the

Florida. The number of Instruction B tion 26 of the Constitution of said Article IX. Section IS, proceeds of said two cents (2r) of
units In each county In each
until January 1, 2018. said taxes from the
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION Florida relating to the duties of operation
for the of thisamendment h.t
year shall purposes be the greaterof NO. IOU the commissioner of agriculture; BE IT RKHOLVKD by the Legislature this amendment The board .

(1) the number of Instruction A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing I eliminating his supervision over of the State of Florida pay refunding expenses and other

units in county for the school an amendment to Article XII of matters pertaining to public That Article IX. Section II, of expenses for services rendered spaclflcally
fiscal :aarCh computed In the State Constitution adding aSection lands the State Constitution be amended \, or which are properly
the manner heretofore providedby to be numbered by the BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature as follow, Is hereby agreed to chargeable to, the accountof
general law, or (2) the number Secretary of State relating to the of the, State of Florida: and shall be submitted tA the "IIIC'I I! any county from funds distributed -
of Instruction units In such election or appointment of Superintendent Ar'fty following amendment to tors of the State for ratificationor to such county: but general
county for the school fiscal year of Public Instruction Section 21 of the Florida rejection at the general elec i i81'J'TIOI'l i expenses of the board for services'rendered
computed In the manner heretoforeprovided In Escambla Lake Martin Constitution Is agreed to and of November 1914< all the counties alike
Okeechobee Palm Beach Putnam shall be submitted to the electorsof shall be prorated among them and
or hereafter by general II. Board of administration
o by the state boardof and Seminole Counties. the state for ratification or rejection ; gasoline and like fanes, basis: out of said fund on the same
education (hereinafter called the BK IT RESOLVED by the Legislature at the general election held distribution and use; etc. II said tax proceeds are di.-
state board (3the numberof of the State of Florida: In November 1914: among the several counties -
In lonor units In each That article XII of the Florida Section 2*. Commissioner of (a) That beginning January let ; provided report of said ex

county on behalf of which the Constitution be amended as set agriculture, duties, .te.-The commissioner 143, and for seventy-five years ... shall be made to each Regular -

state board of education has Issued forth below and that said resolution of agriculture shall perform I (75) thereafter the proceeds of Session of the Legislature, and
bonds or motor vehicle tax be submitted to the electorsof such duties In relation to agriculture two cents (2e) per gallon of the I the legislature may limit the expenses
anticipation I certificates Florida for ratlfcatlon or rejection ss may be prescribed by total tax levied by stale law upon of the board.

amendment which nrndOdt : at the general election to law ollibh also have supervision gasoline and other like productsof I 13
sufficient revenues under this be held In November 1914. state prison and shall petroleum now known as the I HOUSE JOINT UWHOLUTION
such other duties as Second las Tax and upon other NO 1010
amendment to equal and one- may
one Section County superintendentof perform
fuels used to propel motor vehicles
third (1 1/3) times the aggregateamount public Instruction; appointmentIn proposing
shall collected be
as placed monthly
of principal and intereston I certain counties.I .- NO. 9 an amendment lo Article I X. H*>e-
In the e Koait Distribution I tlon 7 of the Constitution
such bonds or motor vehicletax ( ) The county superintendent of SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION Trust Fund 4tr the mate Treasuryand
anticipation certificates which public Instruction shall be appointed NO. tORl relating lo homestead exemption
divided 1 Into three
will mature and become due In by the county board of public A JOINT RESOLUTION proponing which shall b distributed' UK; IT HMHOUVhm by th* l.egl.-lU
parts *
such year computed In the manner I I Instruction In the counties of KecamblA. an amendment to Article XVI monthly the several I ii re of the Mtat* of Florida
among -
heretofore or hereafter provided Mke. Martin, Okeechobee. of the Constitution of Florida hy as follows one according counties HMCTION I, That the amtndMont
by general law and approved Palm Beach, Putnam and Seminole adding a section to he numbered I to part I to Article X. Section 7 of lite 'lor-
one part according
by the state board. wherein the proposition Is affirmed by the secretary of state au area ida Constitution as set forth below
In population and
Such funds so distributed shallbe by a majority vote of the qualified thorising civil trials In brsnch to the counties'one contributionsto part accordIng I .Is agreed to and shall It* submitted -
to the electors of Florid fur
administered by the state boardas I electors of any such countymaking courthouses In Dad county. the rust of slate road construction -
now created and constitutedby the office of county superintendent BK IT RK8OLVKD by the Legislature In the ratio wf distribution ratification or rel.rUon at the neneral -
section 3 of article XII of the of public Instruction appointive. of the mate of Florida In 1845/ lrtlon In November

Constitution of Florida. For the That an amendment to Article r'wl'fvlj.j 'Id*, Arts a.rUI: soilfur j I 1914HUCTIOX: A
The board of public Instruction XVI of the Florid Constitution by X
purposes of this amendment said (S) the purpose of the apportionment 7. IDxeniplJon
of homo-
of the county must requestan adding the section set forth be-
state board as now constituted based on the counties'
shall continue us body corpor.tedurInI' election, which may be a special low to be numbered by the secretary stead from taxation. livery person
a tribution for the cost of stale
be on the ballot I of state Is and that who has tli* legal title or tn -
the life of this amend or may the
: :Ii'tO' I construction amount of ficUl till In ,
equity to real
said submittedto I rU".1 properly
ment and shall have all the powers I of any regular primary or general amendment contributions/ established by
In this who .
slat and r..d.
the electors Florida ratification
provided I In this amendmentin election to be designated by of for rcrtlncstes made In nil thereon '
and In good faith make
of Instruction or rejection at the generalelection
addition to all other constitutional the board public to said t'ha shall
l the s..m* Ills tier
or parmnnt
and statutory powers related and upon such timely request the to be held In November. taken and .l .WI""o'n..I In
| th homo
board of commissioners of 19 4-: permanent
to the of county the another
purposes computing monthly
amendment heretofore or such county will call such special SECTION Civil trials In distributable of or other legacy or
conferred said board.b election or cause to be placed on branch courthouses In Dado county according naturally dependent upon said parson
contributions. Much funds
( ) The state board constitutionaland shall In addition the proposition ballot at such whether other subsection electionthe I Civil by tl :J.Ir.be h held courthouses asprovided tributed shall rxt ,,. .mount'l shall from be all entitled taxation to an except exemption

to its other In within the State Hoard of for as...imnls for special bene
1 shall be effective In such county. any municipality
have the
statutory powers The as hereinafter provided.b fits. up to the assessed valuationof 1
the clerk of
adopting anycourt
management, control and supervision (3) Any county Th Governor .chairman
( ) as
five thousand
of the proceeds of the from first provisions after fouruyearsoreturn hereof to It.form.r court, officer the sheriff, wlt Ii I In".ald: nyCo-'t: ,:'.. the mat. Treasurer and the Dial I on ed horn and dollars! .(11.000,00\\

part of the revenue derived may status and reject the provisions shall maintain such offices withinsuch Comptroller shall constitute a bodyrorporate property, as defined In X.
vehiclesprovided Article
the licensing of motor to be known as them $econ I. of the t tlt for
section the same municipality, and have available
of this by
for In subsection (a). The I
te Hoard of Administration th* 1939 und
year -
such official books and provided
outlined In subsection records ther.tft.r.
state board shall also have power, procedure which board shall succeed to all thai In Marasota County the
hereof for adopting the provisions therein as may necessary
for the purpose of obtaining funds (2) thereof In the beginning. to accomplish the purposes of this the power control and authority first two thousand dollars <1 1.00-
for the use of any county boardof referendum amendment, provided that the principal of the statutory Hoard of Administration I .It) of the assessed valuation of
the event a
public 1 Instruction In acquiring, (4) In cold. Hoard shall haveIn I
altering: election results In a change In the offices of such clerks or other such property shall lybe taxable for
constructing, su- officers shall. not be removed addition to such powers as may i ib school purpoms and the exi -
improving method of selecting a county !
enl.rflnf' furnishing the Incumbent shall from the county seat conferred upon It by law, the i/i eniHIon shall I* the neil
or equipping outlay projects Krlntendent. to serve the remainder NO. inHOURB management, control and supervision five thousand dollars( (|..000....) for
for school purposes, to Issue of omce to whichhe JOINT RESOLUTION of the proceeds of said two !<[ school purposes only of ........,
bonds or motor vehicle tax: anticipation of the NO It rents (Sr) of said tales and all III may b* held
certificates and also to Issue was duly elected or appointed. and other asset which on 'I th onnrl 11 .tI.Jq
NO t A JOINT IlBflOLUTION relating to moneys i by ,, or /Incommon
such bonds or motor vehicle HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION the judicial department: proposing the effective date of this amend- with others, and said exemption
tax: anticipation certificates to pay. are applicable or may become
NO JUtA an amendment to subsection applicable may be apportioned among
fund or refund any bonds or mo- to the bond of the such of the
RESOLUTION proposing 41). Section I. of article V of the owner a*
tor vehicle tax anticipation certificates to Article XII of Florida Constitution Increasingthe several counties of this state orany .Me thereon a. their resp.clrreInterest
theretofore Issued by said sn amendment Constitution adding a number of circuits; special toad and bridge dlsIrlet. I I shall, appear, but no such

state board. All such bonds shall the Mate b* numbered or theSecretary preserving e.rta judicial. / or other special taxing dlstrlct {'i exemption ef more than ) -
bear Interest at not exceeding: four Section to State relating to the BK IT JIWBOLVHD ldfhh'Cirl. thereof, Issued prior to July i dollars (11.00400) shall b*
and one-half U%) per centum per election or appointment of superintendent lature of the "tats of Florida: 1st. .t 1O' road and bridge pr I I allowed to any one (l> person or
annum and shall mature seriallyIn of public Instruction following of pose The word "bonds" a* used < on any one CI) dwelling hwe.
annual Installments commencing .utt.e ), flBCTION n.n'rt. herein shall Include bonds, time {I nor shall the amount of the es'empltoA -

not more than three (S) years In Tailor tBMLvt'l county) by the Leg.Uture .,. ticle V of tC- Constitution of Florid warrant, notes and other forms !! allowed any person *x-
from the date of Issuance thereofand BE IT of the mate of Florid*: Is agreed to and shall be sub ef Indebtedness ls.,u.d for rood i| reed the proportional assessed

ending not later than thirty amendement to article mltted to tile elector of this stale and bridge purposes by any eouitly ,, valuation had on In* Interest
(SO) years from the date of Issuance That an for ratification or rejection at th* or special road and bridge district :: owned by such person. The le /.-

or January 1. 2. A. D.. adding the the' section Florida setnforthlbelowere general election to b* hole In No or other special Using dis lalur mar prevent apsfepmteand
whichever Is earlier All such motor tIl'f', vember. 1944. trict. outstanding on July 1st. Ifll reasonable laws reinslatrfMr the

vehicle tax anticipation certificates to of b$tat."'Is. a.reedIto and that "1CrT10" 4 ,' *. ZI."L.4fU."t. n. Issues thereof |I i manner of el...........:* right
shall bear Interest at not 'clrVtTrV .
shall b* submittedto 0) JUDICIAL Th the st lu-i I i fw said exemption
exceeding four and one-half (4H) said amendment of Florida fur ratl- let 'elstare may establish. not taoro t.fr powers of Hoard of (fount I WK4TION 1 / .*lirl.M half
per centum per annual and shall : the electors at general than tw sly te judicial r".utt. GM HH)*..t<>nr* and flood Trustees become. .effertiv ont vcwsj Ms approval

mature prior to January 1. Jw. election".tlon or to rejection be held In thy: ,.......r. each romaas.4 of a countr or cottlguoue )- end of anr other authority ofsiMctal I by a majority ef th* freehoUUrs -
A. D. The state board shall havepower euvntlec and of not Use road and h'..... d..hlrt'.1!I eutingn a reffMtMium

to determine all other details 1414MJCTIOfi . Bounty s..*r- than fifty ttM M.nd .It..*.> InhsMU Bfd other special tali g [ election to .t-'r In lUraeota
of said bond or motor vehicle toSZdeM ef peblk mstr "o,,; .U. ceordlas (o the lost ,....*.s thereof with reward to said bonds. County at th ssseial *r regu

tax aatleloattan certificatesand et to ***Uki counties.7l .- ..thor..y tow. "'eM that the (vteept that the power to levy I lar rims,' et.die a *
to sell at puMIc sale after 0e4nts Th* eenly ""fs>te*.,...t of cvatr of Monroe shall txMMtllute ** walerem isles Is *.s>rely |i 19F147TION s. mowu this *p.,,-
public advertisement or exchange I .Vflc tastrwctto sSartb* a Mid t. **. of the circuits provided. how.e001. wit.-held "reeeejI Hoard), and< lion .b* r.lseeII I by fro fM&hwldcrs+ )
saM bonds or motor vehicle tax: p We redacllo chess take over all docu- fMrasota this
the ****ty board of pwv kinstructie there shall sw papers | Couaty. tea resoll
anticipation certificates upon men by hi Ta, eoeal} 5te- hi the worn*** of circuits Jvdgetrestdfeg r*.*t. Md records concerning |h* I lutles .! h. awl_!aft 3 .
termad conditions I as the state fMmorfr ,.... laid Heard shall TIVIOfiT v.
..1... tle ptof.efItIen N at rw.d In **r eojwlr a have /Mpow. 1N
board stall provide. vote of th* *** The state board shall also have by a electors majority of Taylor eooMy ",..11 to .......fUr eetlosM. dtvfcfed. f.f..dlA., bond to mature I.i ', ofho. Oroai Heal ef IM> jMal*

of power to redse for the pays .*t I I making th* ofte of COT*!* sf>*rlatenoeot cIlOVUfS....+4 iK ev...... !.. eaM .....tty. year & at IUh'1r Capital
prlnt-lfr of and Interest on of Mlc ts>*tn rtlea as peeled, for any of said ecjtataad- this th* *f Amrvst.TOM .
each beads or motor vehicle tax i JO tag h* i4. or Interest Iheroon. and A. D. l l
anticipation certificates ID ""'"" the >oltloecontained au to .*...,. there hy a pledge of j ADAM
omlt rt
lag motor refunding bonds or lud-1 .2. To In s .. s vehicle tax anticipation special election shall be amendment t<* AMI'IXVII of or other fuel taiee to be dis feptI -11 $t.
, tM a
r tt>. all or ,Br pert frailS fir. furs

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Sept. 10
.. ._ 1964
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-- ---- - -
Rabies Is A of Infection. Caution should be partment of Agriculture.This achieved without making the

4Q a taken with wild animals which new convenience food, bacon too salty by partially dehydrating -
Constant MenaceBy show no fear of humans and ready for the table after a It before canning. '
with those which normally roam minute's heating, is vacuum.

(Continued from pace 5) ( Gene Holly Sanitarian) at night but may be seen in the packed by a process worked out producing Danish packers have been j I
I canned sliced bacon I
"All pet dogs and cats shouldbe daytime if rabid. by the USDA Agricultural Research by USDA's
Coming here for the funeral vaccinated against rabies for Children should be taught to I Service. process for about five

of M. L. McCabe last week Included I the protection of the family, the avoid stray animals and not to years, and It has been available
The process was based on research here as an Import. Until now,
a sister, Mrs. Lois Van- community and the pet," Gene feed squirrels or other animalsby I
that bacon however, the
natter of Canton, Minn.; his ,Holly of the Flagler County hand in camping areas, pre. showing product has not
spoilage can be prevented by produced
brother Howard of Harris, Minn. Health Department stated today. serves or parks. Campers, hunters domestically.
and Stanley of Burr Oak, Iowa; !Although the prevalence of this and fishermen should be I keeping the moisture-to-salt ratio
l low, and that this can be Subscrlbo for The Flagler Tribune
and his stepmother, Mrs. Gene deadly disease has been greatly cautious of contact with animal I .I
\ McCabe of Burr Oak. reduced by vaccination and closer wildlife, any of which may be

Also coming over from San- I supervision of family pets, It infected with rabies. 1- NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
ford, Florida, were his nephewand
continues to be a threat. The Whenever possible an animal
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome possibility always exists that that has bitten someone shouldbe fire insurance policies we write still give the same

McCabe. I unvaccinated pets may be bitten captured alive and placed dependable protection. But today YOU can often enjoy addltional .

l by a stray dog, cat or wild an under the observation of a vet.erlnarlan coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
Mrs. George Kendall was a little extra costRemember
imal that has the disease. All or other qualified per.
business visitor In Jacksonville
unvaccinated animals are susceptible son to determine whether or not H. T. Cook Is to
Agency ready help you
Friday, attending a managers'meeting
and can transmit the it has rabies.
of redemption. stores for take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361or
people. bitten animal stop in soon for full details.H. .
stamps. Anyone by an
The rabies virus is present in
,'the saliva of infected animals, should receive immediate first T. COOK AGENCY
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wells are aid by thorough cleansing of the
Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank
Building Bunnell Flo.
and the lick of rabid animal
even a
visiting with relatives in Baxley, wound with water and soap or
Ga. Sunday evening they attended on a cut or an abrasionof detergent, followed by a, mild
the skin the infec
a ceremony where her can cause antiseptic. Medical advice and
tion. If infected de.
grandson, Billy Bowers, Jr., received an person aid should be obtained as soonas

his Eagle Scout Badge. and velops medical symtoms treatment of the disease is not possible. 24 HourWrecker ..:R...
provided, death is inevitable.
Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs I
Animals such as stray dogs,
Ii Tommy Durrance spent Friday skunks, squirrels, foxes and raccoons : Pre-fried BaconIn
in Tampa the guests of Mrs. I are among the most fre- Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
Horace Locke. They also attended
quest spreaders of the disease, i Cans ComingCanned
I an organization of a new MASSEY-FERGUSON
and recently bats have been
U. D. C. Chapter which is being I found to be an important source I I II bacon, sliced and pre. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
: organized.- I fried, will soon go into commercial -
production as an
here for visit I
Arriving today a
Mr. and Mrs. Blly Deen of development based on Owner Bunnell, Florida
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bayless,
Gainesville spent the Labor Day early research by the U.S. De .
N. Pine St., are his parents, Mr.I
weekend here visiting with their
and Mrs. James T. of '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W W. Bayless I'
Jefferson Tenn. Both Mr.
Deen and Mr. and Mrs. James
O. Craig. Billy is in the grad. and Mrs. Roy Bayless are members -
of the Bunnell school fac
uate school at the University of a ,
Florida, working on his masters ulty. Y 1 y l '1 + 4
degree. Carol is a member of $ sYia

a Trenton school faculty. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvington 4 4'

and sons, Kevin and Barry,

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brannamand enjoyed a short holiday vacation Without
sons, Levi, Jr., and James in Lakeland over the holiday -

Alan, were visiting In Ft. Worth weekend. They were accom _ _ reservation9s
during the weekend holiday.Mrs. panied home by' Mrs. Eileen >
Brown who will visit here for a ' I choose !<

Edward Zeller has return. few days. ;

ed to her home In Riverside, Methyl i! :a -Qf", ,
Calif, after a visit here with her Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cowan and

husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. family visited here during the
Henry Zeller.MONTCOMERY. past weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ..

Cordell Robertson. They spent F
BURT BERTHA the weekend at the Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Bertha Ir
are the parents of a six pound Mrs. George Geibert of Jack.
fourteen end one-half ounce son sonville visited here Tuesday
born September 3rd at the Bun. with relatives. She was accompanied -

nell General Hospital lie has by her mother, Mrs.

been given the name of Montgomery I Maude Holland. r flr, ,
Burt. I

MILLER I The U. D. C. meeting scheduled -

ELECTRONICS I to be at the home of Mrs. I
this afternoon
l I Tommy !y A
I 1744 Ocean Shore Bird. has been postponed to September
1 17 at the same time. The
REPAIRS ON TV'S postponement was due to the

WASHERSDRYERS hurricane now in progress.Mr. .

and Mrs. O. D. Robertson

Call Collect 672.0377 have as their guests Mrs. Rob.
I ertson's sister, Mrs. G. W.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED I Moody and son Gene of Baxley,



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