The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 9, 1965
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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School Board I CITY HOLDS SHORT I FLOYD HURL NAMED CommissionersSet 't

:. Takes Bids I On I Friday Night

Gas Greases Bunnell City Commission I Flagler Post 115 American On Insurance .
( held their Equalization meeting Legion met In a special meeting :
Instruc. The Board of Commissioners
: The Board of Publlq : County
Tuesday night, with one complaint Monday night to elect a new
tion at Its monthly meeting found Monday that they
being received., Mrs. L. s.1 I commander to fill the unexpired
morning opened bids had more business than couldbe
Tuesday Cody appeared asking that the I ,term of Leonard Moody who recently
various lubricants disposed of that day and set
on gasoline valuation of thir home be reduc 4 moved to Virginia to enter .
and petroleum gas for heatingpurposes. kJCH next Friday night to finish. The
ed from 5625.00 to $500000 The I! the teaching profession.
i I special meeting was called so
; granted. The Executive Board presentedthe I I
, request was I '
that members could examine
Ii..: Bidders were King's Truck]I They planned to hold a spec I name of Floyd Hurl and he
... Stop Bunnell Motor Co. and Sin. gal meeting next Monday night I was elected. several bids for county Insurance t
clair Oil Co. Sinclair was awarded of the budget before buying.
for completion I They also discussed the purchase
Bidders Included Brown and
the bid as being lowest and Routine business of paying the I CH of the Union Hall on the Wadsworth '
W. L. Insurance
Brown *
for heatIng.
best. On petroleum gas bills etc. was completed. Flagler Beach Road. A commit.
Green's Fuel was awardedthe Co., Flagler County Insurance
r .
,L LEONARD E. SKIERSK1 tee was appointed to present a I Co. and W L. Wads
Other were
contract. bid for the buildingand
purchase worth who is the board's attorney. -
Gas Engineering and Pyrofax 1 Cpl. Sklerskl was a member of property. The property If ,
Gas Co. Foremost Dairies was New Jail Wing a recent 1400 men of the Marine purchased would be used by the
the contract for milk Herbert Anderson county roaddept
awarded Aircraft equippedwith
Corps group
I Legion as a Post Home.
schools. One other bidder.Borden's ,. And employee, came before the
for the Equipment helllcopters and observa
: The next meeting of the Post
board other
1V4 cents higher on representing deptemployees
bid. tions who landed at
half pint size. I: Shown wll be September 20, annual asking a salary raise .
r r the requested Sunday Leatherneck Chu Lai. Boy's State nightAmerican for the employees. He pointedout
Bids for bread for the cafeterias I II He is the son of Mrs. Alma
I More than 50 persons were that the men are now workIng .
with Southern Sklerskl of Bunnell.
were opened i present at the opening of the Cancer under pay scales that have
and Wholesome
F Bakeries i neW' wing of the Flagler County I been in effect for several years,
t IOm the's bid only was accepted bidders. as lowest Jail Sunday. FSCC Executive Society Will Hold citing the constantly rising living
The new wing primarily will costs as basis for the pay

I house Juveniles and was constructed raise.
F The American Seating Com- Board To MeetA Meet JacksonvilleThe .
by the county at a cost Dale Brown tax collector, said
patty's bid for kindergarten of aproxlmately 11000. It Is of covered dish supper follow. district 5 Nominating he bad received a check: from

furniture for Carver School lower than was II masonry construction.The ed by group singing and card Meeting of the Florida Division, the Florida East Coast Railroadas ,

( accepted, being $300 Co. original jail was constructed games were enjoyed by mem of the American Cancer Society partial payment for taxes assessed '
bid of Southern Seating
the by the WPA In the bers of the Flagler Senior Citizens will be held, 6:30: .p. m., at the for the past three years.
G. Harris was authorized
Supt. Coy I Roosevelt era under the direction Club when the group met Seminole Club in Jacksonville, The sum owed, Brown said, Is
table for the
to buy a of Z. D. Holland Bunnell. Tuesday evening, Sept 7, at the Thursday, September 16.: $69,217.01. The railroad offered
Home Economics Dept. of Carver who was Flagler County Director Municipal Building In Flagler The meeting will be attended 2301978. The board refused the e.
cabinet with I
School and filing I of WPA., The Juvenile shelter Beach. There were 26 present at by official Society voting members check since 1DG3-6C: budget, had
School's guidance
for Carver
lock was constructed under the the meeting.The : delegate directors County been. made and the partial pay

records. supervision of Bernie Wilson, Club's executive committee Unit presidents or chairmen, and ment, of course, was not Included
Mrs. Myrtle Rice (board mem-I Flagler Beach. It was completed will meet Friday morning, Unit medical directors: or med in the estimates of receipts. I

bet) requested permission I last week. Sept. 10 at the home of Mr. and ical vice presidents from a seven The commissioners have discussed :
school board
tend a meeting of I It is on 'the ground floor and Mrs. RojerJIooae. nagler.Beach, county area., Th.... Include: various times securing ".e,
kr...v'"...,.. members and suporinUJtdents miles In I wfl provide space for 16 persons to make plans'for an ill nWersaary Baker Clay, Duval Flagler, "a master plan" for the Bunnell
Miami "a day,
on per per forbids the In October when the Commissioner Louis 1
Florida law party Nassau Putnam and St. Johns airport.
basis. Request was granted. I II housing together In Jail of Club will begin Its third season. Counties. Stefllk Introduced Mr. Miles I

I juveniles and adults and this All officers and heads of stand. In addition to nominating from Miami who does this type

FIRST METHODISTWILL situation has provided many Ing committees are asked to be delegate directors to represent of work. He discussed with the I

headaches for Flagler County present at this meeting said Rev.E. the District on the State Boardof board such a plan, estimatingthat

LAUNCH FALL law enforcement. The Flagler Lester Stanton, chairman.The Directors of the Florida Division it would cost about $1800. \i

PROGRAM SUNDAYThe County jail was built to house next regular dinner meet. of the American Cancer Society The board deferred action but !

adults.In Ing will be held Sept. 21 at the the official District representatives will contact representatives of ,i
fall program will be addition to seeing the clubroom. may by appropriate the Federal Aviation Authority

launched at First Methodist! juvenile quarters, visitors also resolutions refer suggestions prior to further action.: j

Church beginning next SundayIt got a look at law enforcement ASCS Committee recommendations and requests ,

was announced this week by I equipment. Mrs. M. B. Fuller to the, Society's State Board or Leaders Named
:Rev. E. E. Snow pastor. i Mrs. George Moody Jr. and Mrs. Election ResultsFarmers Its Executive Committee.

The Adult Choir under the direction i Johnny Lynn served as hostesses During the month of August For

,. of Walter Morris will'' along with members of the Flag recently elected to and September, a total of Flagler County

render the Anthem for the eleven ItT County Sheriffs departmentTwo serve as the Agricultural Stabilization twelve district nominating MarchThe
; o'clock worship. Mrs. Walter former Flagler County and Conservation (ASC) meetings were scheduled Teenagers

Morris is chairman of the music' Sheriffs were among the visitor County Committee and their throughout the state. appointment of district:

committee and Ray Mercer, or. to see the new facilities. henry terms of office are: leaders for Flatter County have

ganlst Wells and Judge T. K. Me- A. B. Johnston Bunnell Fla., been announced for the Teenagers
The Youth Fellowship will begin : Knight 3 years. METHODIST BISHOP March by ALSAC Director

their Fall program Sunday Wm. W. Deer, ST., Bunnell DISTRICT SUPT. Mrs. Annie Ruth Geller.

evening at 6:00 p. m. with a Fla.. 2 years. VISIT REV. SNOW The adult leaders will supervise

dinner meeting. AU young people Blood Taking In Robert W. Deen Jr., Bunnell Bishop and Mrs. James W. the many teenagers who

from the 7th through the Fla. 1 year. Henley and Dr. and Mrs. Joe are volunteering for the 1965

12th grade will participate with Flagler CountyIs Lloyd O. Robertson Bunnell, Tolle paid a visit to Rev. E. E. event to be held on Sunday afternoon j

Lee Mercer Counselor for the Fla.. 1st Alternate. Snow and family last Saturday. September 19.

Senior Youth Fellowship and September 16 Mike Stefllk. Bunnell Fla* Bishop Henley Is the Bishop In Leaders names are: Mrs. Doris
Mrs. Becky Clegg and Ray Mercer 2nd Alternate. Charge of the Florida Methodist Tucker, Mrs. Patsy Durrance.
for the Intermediates. The Bunnell Ltonu dub Is The election was held by mall Conference and has his residence Mrs. Florence S.ale, Mrs. Edith

Sunday School will be held at sponsoring the American Red balloting August 1627. The In Lakeland. Dr. Tolle Is the Distract Robertson Mrs. Marjorie Robert.

9:45 a. m with all members of Cross Mobil Unit In Flagler newly elected committee will Supt. of the Deland District son and Mrs. Freda Oem and
the School from grade 3 through County September 16 for blood
take office October 1st of the Florida Conference. Mrs. Myra Wadsworth will be
the adults meeting in the Sane drawing. Chairman Jimmy Kelly Chairman Wm. W. Deen pointsout Bishop Henley Is visiting all the Teenagers March
Children under this said today that Flagler CountyIs .
tuary. age that the ASC County Committee the "new pastors' of the Florida
will meet In their class rooms. In need of blood to be credited Is responsible for local Conference and he and Dr. Tolle MRS. WEBSTER OF

The pastor Rev. E. E. Snow. to Its supply. Flagler County administration of such national were calling on the seventeennew KORONA DIES

will give the first In a series of residents may receive blood tree farm programs as the Agricultural pastors of the District The Mf*. Cleo Agnes Webster of

three sermons in September. All The only cost Is for the patients Conservation Program, the Bishop expressed his Joy and Korona died early Mondaymorning

three of these messages will be at any hospital Is for for the'Feed Grain Program.The I appreciation of the nice new at the local hospital

based on the Fourth Chapter of type. cross match and setup forgiving ASCS county: office at St I parsonage and asked that his following a short Illness. She

Second 'I'tmothTTbe following the blood. Augustine, Florida Is headquar congratulations be extended to was born December 22. 1889 In
Is the the subjects and texts for The Lions Club has made ters for the county committee, the Bunnell Methodist Church Oswego Pa. She had been a resident

these three messages: I plans for the Mobil Unit to be and serves as the farmers local on this fine accomplishment of Korona several years.
Sept 12: Lack of Power to See at the Bunnell Civic Center to contact for business connected She is survived by her husband

It Through. 2: Tim. 4:10: ; "De- take blood from 3 p. m. until 6 with participation In the programs FIRST BAPTIST Curtis Webster and a son

mas hath forsaken me having p. m. on the sixteenth.VoluslaFlagler administered' by the com i Harry D. Martin both of Korona.

loved this present world". Sept Blood Bank mittee. These programs encourage I CHURCH NEWS Funeral services were not announced .
19: Power to Come Bade After Chairman Jim McOanlel and conservation and Increase Morning Sermon topic-"How at press time.

Failure" 2: Tim. 4:11; Take Registered Nurse Marge Lowen- farm returns by means of price I To be Married and Still be Hannah Funeral Home of

Mark and bring him with thee; haupt of Daytona Beach were supports and market supply- Happy". Holly Hill fa In charge.
for he Is profitable unto me for I here last Thursday completing management as well as by pay Evening Sermon topic-The
the ministry". arrangements for the blood take mend Most Important Question You ,for all young people. If the wea-

Sept 26: The Man Who Had(Ing. distributing literature, pos-. Can Ask" r then permits, a pool party will
The Power to See It Through" ten and confirmation cards Flagler County citizens by Chair There will be Folk Sing after .; be Included In It All young people

2: Tim. 4:10Luke Is With Me'. which will be distributed to man Kelly and his committee. the Sunday Evening Service are Invited to participate.

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TWO .ni*! FLAGLEB TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 9, 196S.

State of Florida do hereby give tion of Florida be amended by adding 1 department for the purpose of constructing (2) For the deposit Into any re*
Electric ProgramFor notice that aSPECIAL the section set forth below to I or reconstructing those serve fund provided for In the I
ELECTIONwill be numbered by the secretary of portions of the following roads proceeding authorizing the issuance -
be held In each County In state and that said amendment be which are not already four-laned of said bond or certificate
4-H MembersFor Florida on the first Tuesday afterthe submitted to the electors of Floridafor (except for Item 34 and a portionof of any amount required to be deposited !
first Monday In November, ratification or rejection at a Item 12 where two lanes will be in such reserve fund in
which date Is November 2, 1965, for special election to be held Under added to existing four lanes), into such fiscal year.
30 years the national 4-H the ratification or rejection of the authority of Section 3 of Article four or more lane highways and (3) After all payment required '
said Joint Resolutions proposing XVII of the Constitution of Floridaon to pay fifty (50) cent of the In such fiscal ehfOn purposesprovided f
Electric program has sparkedthe amendments to the Constitution of November 2. 1965. That three- right of way tPtte : for In (2) above.

Interest of several million the State of Florida NO. 1 vU: fgrlI.\\S ) r of doe the determine membership hf to 1.Cresvlew S.R. 85 from; Ft. Walton Beach I Including payment any deficiencies In prior for fiscal required -

boys and girls. As a result they SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. an emergency exists requiring an 2. U.S. 231 from Panama City years, have been provided for, any
decision the electors of money such state
early by through Cottondale and Campbell- ; nJnalr
completed a variety of projects RESOLUTION : this state. Alabama line; road bond be transmitted
A JOINT proposingan ton to
Involving use of electricity In amendment to Subsections (1) I (a) That beginning January 1. 3. U.S. 90 extension East and monthly in the state by the treasury board for In deposit the-
of Article V 1966 and for thereafter West of Crestvlew; a total of approximately
and (2) of Section 6 twenty years state road trust fund, along with
the home and on the farm. of the' Florida Constitution relative I one and one-half cents (i4 c) 95 miles the other unrestricted fund In the
to district courts of appeal; prescribing or three-eights (3/8) of the gross 4. U.S. 90 from U.:. 331 to De-
state road account all
This year 6,470 boys and girlsIn the number of appellate proceeds of the four cents (4c) per Funlak Springs: vided In Section money 339.081, Florida pro
Florida are enrolled In the 4- districts within the state the num- I gallon of the total tax levied by 5. U.S. 90 from U.S. 231 to Capital Statutes, for use by the depart-
of Tallahassee,
ber of judges to serve In each district state law upon Circle. West by law.
H Electric program. After learn. and the composition of the like product oa'o now (except In Marianna. Chattahoo- ment Proceeds a* provided of said bond or certificate '
court: declaring an emergency under known a* the first gas tax and up- chee and Quincy have been
ing the fundamentals of electrical Section S of Article XVII of the on other fuel used to propel motorvehicles 6. U.S. 90 from Monroe Street In to* the and transmitted

and its place In modern State Constitution; providing for a (hereinafter called Pledged Tallahassee to East, approximately: department In sinking fund money
energy on any or
special election.WHEREAS Revenue), shall as collected, be distributed 6.8 mile:
living, the young people the Legislature of the monthly by the state comp- 7. U.R 90 from Madison, to &Rt; other bond fund created certificate for any issueof
State of Florida has determinedthat troller to the state board of administration 8. U.S. 27 from Georgia line to uJr pending
engage In projects that range an emergency requiring an (hereinafter called the Perry, U.S. 27-A from Perry to their use may bo InvestedIn
direct of the
obligations UnitedState
from simple cord repairs to early decision by the electors of board) to be deposited In a trust Will I.ton. U.S. 27 from Wllllston of Amerca or in the other
the State does exist NOW THEREFORE fund to be known as the "state to Miami.;
servicing motors, appliances, roads bond fund." Such fund shall 9. U. S. 19 from Georgia line to securities referred to In Section
Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof be administered by the board, as St. Petersburg. 344.27. Florida Statute .
and checking circuits and wir the State of Florida: hereinafter provided and used only 10. U. S. 301 from Georgia line to (d) The bond shall have the
That the following proposed as provided In this amendment Dade City; power to make and enforce all
ing."Don't amendment Subsections (1) and For the this amendment 11. S24 from Gainesville toWN rules and regulations necessary to
overload circuits If you (2) of Section 5 of Article oJ of the the b ::lOalf continue a* a the full exercise of the power
life of CU. 17 from Yulee to Eait herein granted and legislation
Constitution of Florida Is agreedto body corporate during the S. no
want to avoid blown fuses, and shall be submitted to the this amendment and shall have all Port Roads; from San Juan Avenue shall be required to render this
caution 4-H club members. "The electors of the State for approvalor the powers- provided In this amendment to Naval Air Station add two amendment of full force and operating -
rejection at a special called In addition to all other constitutional (2) lanes: from Naval Air Stationto effect on January 1, 19(6.
fuse box is the heart of the electric election as provided by Section S and statutory powers related S. R. 309 South of Palatka The legislature, during the period
of Article XVII of the Florida Constitution to the purposes of this 13. S. R. SO from Brooksvllle to this amendment I* In effect shall
system and should be given : amendment heretofore or hereafter U. S. 1 South of Tltusvllle: not reduce the rate of said first

care." Section .5. District Courts of Appeal conferred by law upon said board.b 14. S. R. S20 from Cocoa Beach gas tax. a* now provided in Chapter
proper -a) Appellate Districts. Testate ( ) The board through the :Florida approximately 19.7 mile Northwest: 208.: Florida Statute*, or eliminate
"Never use a higher rated fuse shall be divided Into four (4) development commission, or 15. U. S. 98 from U. S. 19 to Bar- exempt or remove any person -
or more appellate districts of con any successor agency thereto shall tow; firm or corporation now and
than recommended, or substitute tlguous counties as.the Legislaturemay have the power to Issue bonds or 16. a R. CO from Clearwater to hereafter subject to said tax from

something else," they warn. from time to time prescribe certificates Including refunding Vero Beach; the levy and collection of said tax
and there shall be organised a district ; bond or certificate to fund or refund 17. U.s. 41 from Tampa to Naples; a* now BftJ.d: In Chapter 208'
Use of more and more electrical court of appeal In each dls any bond or certificate : 18. U. S. 441 and S. R 80 from Florida hall not enact ;
is the trlct. theretofore Issued subject to ap- South Bay to West Palm Beach, any law/ Impairing or materially -
equipment most common (2) ORGANIZATION: NUMBER proval of the board and the bond : U. S. 441 from S. R. 80 to Miami altering the right of the holders -
cause of overload. When this occurs AND SELECTION OF JUDGES. review board as provided In Section 19. U. 8. 1 from Its Junction with of any bond or certificate Issued -
There shall Initially be three (I) 215.5C Florida Statutes as to legal the proposed South Expressway pursuant to this amendmentor
circuits should be checked. In each district court of ap- and fiscal sufficiency, for the purpose near erde .. Impairing or altering any covenants
judges of obtaining funds for use by or agreement ot the board
Besides learning about the the Legislature may provide southeasterly to State Road S-A
the state road department (hereinafter made hereunder the effect
for additional judges for any north of Homestead, add two (2) or having -
practical application of electricity district i court of appeal and may called the department) to lanes: of withdrawing the pledgedrevenue
reduce the number of any districtto construct or reconstruct portion 20. U. S. 1 from South of Homestead from the operation of this
4-H'ers become skilled at of the primary road system of the
to d amendment.
not less than three (3) Three caKt'an'I'hridc !
hi-fi state Into four or more lane highways. Boca but excluding ( ) No officer of the
making things like lamps, (3) shall constitute a panel e r.trflo.ued
and for the purchaserightf of
for and shall consider each case, all other bridge over 600 state or any .
sets, laborsaving' devices and and the concurrence of a majorityof of way: therefor, providedthat feet In length: thereof shall have any: direct finan-
robots. the panel shall be necessary to a proceed of the bond or certificates 21. In Escambla county, extensionof cial Interest In any: contract letpursuant
Many develop an
even Issued hereunder shall beused
decision. The court shall hold at Interstate 110 from Maxwell to this amendment. How-
Interest in electronics. least session every year In to pay fifty per molli %) Street to U.S. 98. or U.S. 29 from ever, this prohibition shall not ap
each judicial: l circuit, within the district I of the costs of the right way Pensacola to the Alabama state ply to municipal officer and employee -
4-H' Club Work is supervisedby wherein there Is ready business for any such roads. line and U.a 90 from S.R. 295, via *. Violation of this section
the AgriculturalExtension- to transact. After a change In The average net Interest cost on Orvantea, Street to Interstate 10. shall be punishable a* provided by
the territorial limits' of any appellate any Issue of such bonds or certificates East of Pensacola, should the stateroad law a* a misdemeanor.f .
Service. district, all proceedings -then shall not exceed four and department determine the ( ) Upon verified certification by
pending I within the Jurisdiction of one-half per centum (4)4) per an need to be greater: the board of administration filed in
4-H Club members who complete each district court of appeals shall num. Such bonds or certificate 22. In Duval County, arterial connectors the otnce of the secretary of state
the best projects in electricity be transferred to the court then hall mature at such time or time and ., that all bonds Issued pursuant to
having jurisdiction except causes a* the board shall determine, not a total of approximately, but not this amendment have paid
receive recognition which have been orally argued.NO. exceeding In any event, however, more than seven million two hun- the amendment shall be ro further
I twenty years from January 1, 19(1. dred fifty thousand dollar (87,260.- effect and shall be deleted
awards consisting of gold-filled HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION The board shall have power to determine 000) for right of way: and construction from future publication of the

medals a trip to the National NO. 1(4 all other detail of such ; constitution.
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan bonds or certificates, and to sell 23. In >St. Johns Count RR. 18 NO. a
4-H Club Congress, and an opportunity amendment to section 7 of Article such bonds or certificate at public from Interstate 95 to U.S.. 1: SENATE JOINT HKSOLITION! WO.
V of the state constitution bi I sale, after public advertisement 34. In a R. 28 761
to compete for six adding I subsections (2A) and (IB; thereof. None of said bond or certificates from Interstate uTIu8lrrie !: A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan
$500 educational scholarships; authorizing the legislature a to shall be sold at less than 25. In Volusla County Seville's amendment to Section 13 of Article
crf the value thereof plus Road from Interstate 95 and Interstate
vide an additional county j par accrued IX of the State Constitution,
Lake County; declaring an emergency Interest and laid bond* or 4 to U. S. i: to provide that the term "motor
and providing for a special. certificate shall be awarded at 26. In Orange County, arterial vehicles" Include mobile homes,
Merrick founder of .
George election.Be public the, to the interest connectors and urban Improvements trailer house, trailers,
Coral Gables, donated 160 acres It Resolved by the Legislatureof offering lowest net a total of approximately, camper tct:1; >> home mounted
the State of Florida: cost for such bonds or certificatesIn but no more than seven million and transported
of land toward the opening of That the following amendment to the manner to be. determined two hundred fifty thousand dollars the body: of a :ollred vehicle
section 7 of Article V of the state by the board. t7.260.000) for right of way and or any: type of trailer or vehicle -
the Unlyerslty of Miami 40 years constitution adding subsections The board, with the consent of construction; body without Independent mo-
(lA) and (ID) as set forth below the department, shall have the 2T. In Hlllsborough County, arterial I tive power drawn by or carried up-
ago. Is agreed to and shall be submittedto power to pledge for the J na1Jbond. connector and urban Improvements I on a vehicle I designed
the qualified electors of the state the principal and Interest on a total of approximately for 1rJI"e1t a* a mean
for ratification or rejection on No or certificates and reserves but not more than seven million of transporting person or
as provided In sec therefor, Including I refunding bond two hundred fifty thousand dollars over the public strets and highways !
PETERSON TEXACO lion birof'1I: XVII of the state or certificates, all or any part of (87,250.000) for right of way and of this state or for furnishing -
constitution. rte to be placed In the construction: housing accommodation, or
SERVICE 7. courts. roads bond fund, provided for 28. In Pinella extensionof both: providing for a license tax;
ilIOo n&Odt'e .ntt.n
( County in this amendment. and to enter Interstate 4 f ;: Avenue declaring an emergency.
ROAD SERVICE The legislature may provide, Into any other covenants or agree to U. a 11; WHEREAS, the Legislature of
Work without referendum thereon, for ments with the holder of such 29. In Ptnellas County RR. (93 the State of Florida has determinedthat
Light Mechanical one (1) additional judge In Lake bonds or certificates concerning thesecurity (4th Street) U.S. 19 to 8.It .94; an emergency: requiring an
l'hen.431.3411 stanch county.(2B thereof, and the rights of 30. In St. Lucle County, ait 68 early: decision by the elector of
) This amendment shall become the holder thereof, all of whichCovenants I from Interstate, 93 to FU Pierce: the state exist and
effective only upon Its ap and agreement shall In Broward jol'Lntlils.n.. 814. WHEREAS an amendment to
proval by a majority of the electorsof constitute legally binding and irrevocable frl U.R 441 to the State Constitution dealing with
.- the state participating In the contracts with such hold. S3. In Broward County, RR. AlA the subject matter of taxation of
a: F.:ALPORD special election held November 2. ers and shall be fully enforceableby from Ft. Lauderdale to RR. 814 certain types of motor vehicles
19(5, and a concurrent approval 01a such holder In any court of In Pompano should be submitted to the voters
RIgbttn4 majority of the electors of Lake competent jurisdiction.No 32. In Broward County RR. AlA of the State of Florida at the earliest
county participating in the same such bonds or certificate shall from Hollywood Boulevard to U.R possible time, NOW. THERE
Real Estate Broker election.Be be Issued by the board : t.lnfn 1 In Dania. FORE.Be .
It Further Resolved that three nual maturity : an In Dade County: RR. 328 (Pal- It Resolved by the Legislature
Florida fourths (%) of all members electedto amount exceeding seventy-five per metto Expressway), from proposedSouth of the State of Florida
BunnolU: each house of the legislaturedoes centum (75%) of the amount whichIt Dade Expressway to U.S. 27. That the following amendment to
determine that an emergency determine can be serviced by add two Section 13 ef Article IX of the
requiring an early decision by the the Pledged Revenue accruing for 25. In \ ld.nt'cuntr.: : proposed State Constitution U agreed to and
IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT OF electors of the state does exist with such use under the provision of South Dade Expressway from U.R hall be submitted to the elector:
FLAGLER COUNTY FLOIIDAMARIONABENITEZO. reference to this amendment to this amendment, based upon the 1 near Caribbean Boulevard to of the state for approval or rejection
Dill section 7 of Article V of the state average annual amount of said State Road (It Palmetto Expressway at a special called election as
constitution. Pledged Revenue collected during near Miller Road (RW.. 5th provided by Section 8 of Article
Plaintiff NO. S the twenty-four (24) months Immediately Street): XVII of the Florida Constitution,
VII. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. preceding the date of the 3(. Such other primary roads, which shall be held on the first
VICTOR F. BENITES.Defendant.. IIC bonds or certificate, or the amount the need for which shall be determined I fist) Tuesday after the first (1st
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan of said Pledged" Revenue collected by the Monday In November next, which
NOTim TO IIIWKXI amendment to section 9 of Art during the twelve (12)>> month as great as those listed: ;: date IMS.
THE STATE OF FI/MtlDA. TO' Icle .V of the State Constitution to Immediately' preceding" the date of however. that no such unlistedproject ; BB 1.Ii'ovuiTfutt: RESOLVEDthat
VICTOR F. BENITEZ. whose provide that In Palm Beach said bonds or certificates whichever shall be undertaken until three fourth (\) of all member -
residence and 'ot Office the clerk of the circuit court Is the lesser, as shown In a the department has under contractall I elected to each house of the
address are unknown.You also be the clerk of the criminal certificate filed by the state comp segments hereInabove Legislature doe determine that anemergency
are hereby notified that a court of record: determining that troller with the board prior to the .of..thl .. rJiC\'h h I requiring an early decision
suit has been filed against In an emergency exists Issuance of such bond or certifi 35, nor shall such unlisted project elector of the State
the above entitled cause; and you you Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof cates. No bonds shall be Issued be undertaken until the departmenthas doe .:r.tthI reference to this
are hereby required to "lie an the State of Florida: hereunder In an amount exceeding determined that there are or amendment to Section 13 of Article
with the Clerk of this your Court That the following amendment to three hundred million dollars will be sufficient fund for the IX of the Constitution.
and wer to thereof section 9 of Article V of the state ($100,000.000). except by specific completion of all the listed proj- SECTION 13. Motor vehicle sub.ject -
serve a copy upon constitution. Is agreed to that approval of two thirds of both .
; listing of said project to single property tax.-Motor
whose the plaintiff I and or plaintiff address U attorney, three-fourths f<4) of all members house of the legislature. No elec tcthro: b 35 shall not b* construed vehicle, a* property, shall be sub
HAT name BELDEN : elected to the house of representalives tion or approval of qualified electors as a priority schedule but to only one (1) form of taxa
Main and to the senate determine or freehold electors shall berequired the order In which said roads are sect which shall be a license tax
Selden Dl te. 800 Bt.
< that an emergency requiring an for the Issuance of bondsor to be constructed shall be In the for the operation of such motor
DaytonBeach.. Florida 32011 early. : decision by the electors of certificate hereunder.Any discretion of the department. vehicle, which license tax shall twIn
not later than September 18. A. D. the state exists, and that said proceeding to validate bond Where title to any right of way such amount and levied for such
18(5. amendment be submitted to the or certificate to be Issued hereunder for said roads I* acquired after a* the legislature by
If you fall to do to, decree pro electors of Florida for ratificationor shall be brought In the cir April IS. 1943. any such right of Purpose v and shall be n\: I
confesso will be entered against rejection at a special election to cult court In and frrL you for the relief demanded In the be held on November 2. IMS and Pursuant to 7S.> Florida gas tax funds, fifty per cent against motor vehicle a* personal
bill of complaint. The nature of that publication of notice of election except that any notice. (50%) of the costs of said rightof property.Motor.
aid suit being for divorce. : rule .nisi or other order relating to way shall be reimbursed from vehicle" a* that term I* I
WITNESS my hand and spat of Section 9. Criminal courts of the Issuance validation or sale of the proceeds of the bonds Issued used herein also Include mobile
aid Court this 17th day of Aug. record. the bond or certificate need be any contract home, trailer coaches. Mouse trailer -
u.t A. D. 1M5. (and The \each circuit shall published only In Ion County has been entered Into after April *. camper home
(Official Heal!) said 8MYTHM In for calm Je-: county rth-CJ: After the Initial Issuance of any IS. 19(5. and secondary gas tax mounted and transported wholly I
Clerk of Circuit Court also he and as the bond or certificates pursuant to funds are to be used for the construction upon the body of a lf-propelled
Uy Julia It. Harvey. the Valm Beach county criminal this amendment the board may issue of of said projects vehicle, or any ty* of trailer or
Deputy Clerk court of record.NO. additional bonds or certificates one hundred aIr cent (loot) of vehicle body without Independent
Aug. It-it A Sept. 1-9-4toPROPOSED which will rank equally and on a such expenditure shall be reimbursed motive power drawn by or carried
COMMITTEE HUBSTITirTTC FOR parity as to lien on and source of from the proceed of the bonds upon a sf-proplle4 vehicle de
issued hereunder. for and u4 as a
AMENDMENTS\ TO BB VOTED ON NO 84z pledged revenue, with bonds means
any or The holders of the bonds or certificates of transporting pereither or
NOTIF.N VFla! 8. IMS A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing certificate theretofore Issued pur- Issued hereunder shall not property over the publle streets
SPECIAL BISECTION sn amendment to Article IX of the suant to this amendment.No have any responsibility whatsoeverfor ef this state or for
w11EREASThe Legislature of Constitution of adding bond, certificates, or other the application or use of any furnishing housing accommodation
IMS. under the constitution of 1185of a section to be numbered by the obligation. whatsoever shall at any of the proceeds derived from the *, or both 4 however,
the State of Florida did pas secretary of state authorizing the time be Issued under the provisionsof sale of such bonds or certificates; any Included vehicle herein shall
Joint Resolution proposing amend issuance of bonds not to exceed this amendment except' such and the rights and remedies of the be> subject to a license tax a* an
ments to the Constitution of the $200.000.000. without legislative approval bonds or certificate Intlally Issued holders of such bonds or certificates eperabl motor vehicle regardless
State of Florida, ..ndlif) were for the construction and hereunder or such additional par and their right to payment of its actual use antes the included -
agreed to by: a vote of three reconstruction of primary roads Into Ity bonds or certificate a* provided from said pledged revenue In the vehicle I* perrnamently affixed -
, fourths vote of alt the members four or more lane highways and In this amendment.e manner provided herein shall ..o.tbf to the land; In which ease
rf elected to each house. The vote to pay: fifty per cent (40%) of the Proceeds of any bond or certificates > affected or Impaired by the application It shall b* eatable as real property.
entered right of way cost thereof: pledge Issued pursuant to this or use of such proceeds.The IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.
the: their respective journals ing certain tax funds; providing amendment, after deducting there board shall the moneys I have hereunto handand
I I.. with yeas and nays powers and duties of testateboard from the costs of the board for theissuance In the state .u'o fund In axed the Grew Bale
and they: did. determine and direct of administration, the Florida validation and sale there each fiscal year only for the following of the State of Florida at
that the said Joint Resolutions be development commission, and of. any premium and accrued In* purpose and In the following Tallahassee, the Capital this
submitted to the electors of the the state road department and requiring terest thereon and the deposit Into order of priority: the day of August A.. D.
State of Florida at a special election a special election thereon. any reserve or sinking funds provided (I) For the payment of the principal 1ft3.
on November 8 Cli lie Resolved by the LegislatureOf for In the proceeding au of and Interest on any bondsor (Seal) TOM ADAMR
NOW THEREFORE. !. TOM ht State of Florida: thorising the Issuance said certificate maturing la such Secretary ef Mate
ADAMS. Secretary of State of the That Article IX of the Constitu bonds, shal be te4Ofto the fiscal year. Aug. 24 Sept. InePAGE


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a34EOSUS in iI/oI Ja
ery melted like warmed butter ,

(By Hemr Sharp) near sundown when danglingmoss Prices Good
beards cast flickering eerie ; WE GIVE
The beauty of beards on beat- shadows. Scooting home, via amaze I: Tb ., Fri., Sat.,
nicks and ornamentals is a mat. of cow tails was not always I i
9 10 11
TOP Sept. ,
ter of personal opinion.. enjoyable, because layersof
Some gentlemen of the beat. cool marsh air usually began ...
nick clan grow beards because to mix with warm day air at VALUE SUPER MARKET
they think that It gives them sundown. While passing througha
the reputation of "lady killers". cool air layer It was terrifyingto STAMPS Quantity Rights ;,
Gardeners who grow Spanishmoss have an insect-hunting bat 103 SOUTH RAILROAD Reserved
beards on plants don't haveto fan hot air on the back of the
think, because the air plant neck.
has no amarous Intent since It Casting a fearful glance over Flavor Aced (Naturally Aced for Tenderness I
Is a plant for sure. the shoulder, any youth In this :
Those who steadfastly claim situation would swear that the
that moss is festoons of Florida'stree overhanging trees with long CHUCK ROAST. "'Ib 49

beauty, have never, as a moss beards were crouched
towheaded youth-been bent. monsters breathing their hot
pip fishing on Wilson Creek. The breath on the back of his neck.If .
creek like many creeks In Florida you are unable to reminisce Flavor Aced (Round Bone)
is completely smothered your earlier fears of Spanishmoss I
with giant moss laden live oaks. it is useless to attempt to SHOULDER ROAST lb. 59
To invade the lonesome placein scare you into killing moss in
your trees. But remember,the air
midday was a feat bravery
I plant will kill tree limbs and
for any lad. In, addition, catch.
ing a palmetto stringer full of branches of shrubs by shadingand Florida Grade "A"STEWING
hand-size stump-knockers and by.choking out the life-giv
cats includes chasing: pilfering ing sunlight. If you must have
water moccasins from the stringof moss for daytime beauty, permit HENS lb. 25'r
fish. It also took bravery to only a limited number of graybeards
give marauding wild hogs the to grace your trees. Remember
off witha if humans can tolerate \
riot act for sneaking
finny morsel. II only one beard each, perhaps a. Valleydale (Dry Cured) I
tree can suffer along with'a dozen
I or so beards without ill ef !

In case you desire to rid 'the
trees of moss, Agricultural Ex.
perlment Stations researchers First Cut World' Best

Listings under this heading are mixture recommend a to 62.100 control Bordeaux unwant. PORK $

3 cent tints* a is word the minimum each Insertion.TS charge. ed moss spray colonies. Drenching the CHOPS u,. 49Ground BEEF 3 u, f i ;
air plant with this lime blue.
Opening for Rawlelgh Dealer in stone mixture Is necessary for a
Flagler County. Mrs. Ed Noles good kilLCautions Flavor Aced Flavor Aged
now completing 6th year in adjoining : Copper sprays will CHUCK Family
locality and is securing cause discoloration of light-colored STEAKS lb. 59- STEAK u; 69-
good business. Write Rawlelgh, paints with which they
FAI-360.701, Memphis Tenn. come In contaCt So, use care to
9.9-ltc keep the spray away from the
white paint on the house. MAXWELL HOUSE 24 Oz. Bottle GIANT SIZE
lead arsenate -3 pounds
7:40 P.M. Will
of lead arsenate to 100 gallonsof
have large lot mechanics tools COFFEE
,.' water-also may be used in oil.TIDE
this Thursday. Will auction any.
moss eradication. At this concentration
thing you have to selL 9.9-ltc
I the lead arsenate Is Ib. BtL COX; UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, not dangerously poisonous and 57- .25- Box 57- _
Fla llwy. 11, will pick up and I yet .b effective without injuring r
all furniture free. For discoloring
deliver trees or causing any
sample material and prices ,on 1 of paints. Limit (1) with $5.00 or Limit (I) with $5.00! or Limit (1) with $5.00 or
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf Althouugh the sprays will kill more food order more food order more food I order
I the moss the moss will hang on
8UPTIC TANK cleaning drain
; the tree for two or three yearsbefore verfre.h
fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable 6 Ct. Limit 4 Pk" Please
becoming brittle enough
prices. Call George Jaroz. to fall off by Itself. Spray applications Pks.
ID 7-3410 8-1-tf every other year prevent CiNNAMON ROLLS lOe

- establishment of new moss
JOHNSTON'S colonies.If .

FLAOLEB BEACH REALTY CO. you are too impatient to Farm Fresh Produce JIm Dandy (lb Dos)
LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT,, wait two years to rid your trees
FARMS, of moss beards, then twist out Red Delirious 0APPLES
ACREAGE the moss Immediately' by usinga BAN. C.G lb. QUICK
attached barn
to long
hook a
oi for real estate newts '
lee jour 49'Shurfine ,
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6 Errs 29 Duke's No. 1 .Can I

BROWN & BROWN INC. Fresh Crisp DOG FOOD 6 C.. 55' .

< INSURANCE I I LETTUCE find 19 Mueller's. 8 Ox. ElbowMACARONI 1

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437-3394 FROZEN FOODS f
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Winter Garden 10 Ox.BERRIES.

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$2.00 Worth of $1.50 Worth of (I) Dozen KrUpy Kreme lI l-
Garcia Funeral HomeP. School Supplies Light Bulb Donuts

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WILL MEET TUESDAYThe Church School time Is 9:45: a.

Flagler Beach Parent m. and morning worship at 11 i
Teacher Association will meet o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover 1 PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
next Tuesday September 14th, minister, returning from a I THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY RESERVED
from 7:30 p. m. to 8:30: p. m. Mr. two month vacation.A I SEPTEMBER 9, 10, 11, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS

Howard Carson, the new Flagler fellowship dinner will fol Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7,p. m.
County Music Director, will be low the service and the official
guest speaker and explain the board will meet after the dinner.
new music program being introduced Methodist Youth Fellowship I U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
i in the elementary grades. is meeting at 6:30 p. m. each
There .will be a child care Sunday evening. STEAK SALE
service during the hour meeting I Chapel Choir Rehearsal is
I I for all parents who wish to I II t each Wednesday at 5:45 p. m.
bring their children. All parents I,I and Chancel Choir at 6:30: Wed.

are urged to come so they may I 1 nesday evenings. CHUCK SIRLOIN CLUB ROUNDBoneless
meet their child's teacher and i I I The W. S. C. S. will meet this
Mr. Carson. morning at church at 9:30 a. m. ( )

COMMUNITY MEMORIAL 58- Lb. 98- Lb. 98Lb.98
CHURCH Plan Now For Lb
The Pastor, Rev. R. W. Dickert
said his sermon for Sunday More EducationNow
morning at 11 a. m. will be U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
is the time for high
'"Travail or Birth Pangs of a New CHUCK
Age." I school seniors to take a look SHOULDER
ahead at their higher education
Sunday school will be at 9:451
or career plans, says Miss Ruth ROAST
a. m. Lb. 68-
Harris, family life specialist,
I Florida Agricultural Extension
The City ot FlAffler Beach. Florida I Parents and school counselors
will receive sealed bid at the :should help students complete EXTRA u>. *
office of the City Clerk City Halk GROUND BEEF 2 89
P.Flakier M. Thursday Beach, Florida September, nt 23rd t, their plans for college, business LEAD
Ijd4 on a Dual Purpoie Siren Con school, or other advanced prep-
trol Panel and Remote Control M aration to earn a living.
per attached peclflcatloni.:
The City reserves the right toaccept I If it's college they're planningfor ANY BRAND AMERICA'S FAVORITECOFFEE
: the lowest or beat bid and
,students should submit their
may reject any and all blda.
All bids will be opened and readat applications by November of SHORTENING
the Commission Meeting September
23. 19115 at 7-30 P.).! this year.
10 220 HP Volt i for scholarships should keep this CRISCO
deadline in mind, too.
3 Phase I early
60 to (0 CyclesApproximate 1 Lb.Can 3 Lb. AW
Many scholarships have a February
Radius 2200 Ft I 58 '
Height 100 Inches 1 deadline for application. Can lgPLimit
Max Dla. 12" I
CONTROL PANEL This means that the young person .
REMOTE Dual Purpose CONTHOLSi Timer 220 V. I must already be admitted Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food,order 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Remote Control for S phase Siren i to the college or university and *
220 Volt I then file the application in. Feb ,
Helfht Width If 24" I ruary. 'Z'/ OSAGE FREESTONE DUNCAN HINES -
Itepth 4"CITY Miss Harris advises young people -
Helen OF C. FUAOLER Nolte. City BEACH Clerk to begin talking to school
September -Ite counselors and writing to the PEACHES -T MixES

colleges or business schools in .3 $100.
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store September 11, will not be here on that date, Limit 1 Please

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RIB STEAKS lb. 79' CHUCK ROAST lb. 49'

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cockrell of Bunnell who celebrated Lean Western C. C. Round

their Silver Wedding Anniversary on August 28. The

occasion was observed with an anniversary party given PORK CHOPS lb. 69' BONE ROAST Ib: 59

by their daughter, Miss Joan Cockrell..

REUNION IN ALABAMAMr. Drummer Boy 64 lb. Avg. :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Pa.
tlllo of Palatka announce the arrival and Mrs. O. D. Robertsonand I
of a nine pound eight Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Rob Smoked PicnicsJuicy Ib 39''
ounce son born August 27 in ertson visited in Jones Alabama
Palatkaj He was given the name last week with their daughtersand I ,
of Charles O'Delllr. Mrs Patlllo sons in laws Mr. and Mrs.I
Is -the former Dorothy Way of Robert Smedley and Mr. and I
Bunnell. Mrs. Hubert Smedley. On Sun. Lean
day they attended the Robertson

Claude Barrow returned home In Family LJnville Reunion Alabama.Mrs. which. was held
last weekend from a vacationin Ib 69

Glennville. Georgia with his ,D. L. Copeland returned
brother and sister. lie also at.
Friday after a visit in Pensacola
tended a family reunion held
with her husband's parents, Mr. 'Armour Star
there. 15ft oz. Can
and Mrs. L. G. Copeland. They
returned with her and spent the CHILI With MAXWELL
Mrs. Louise Durshlmer of Albany weekend here. 'V

Georgia visited last week COFFEE
,here with her mother, Mrs. Nell Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown Jr., Hi-C Florida FruitDRINKS
Allen and other relatives. visited in Leesburg and Mt.
Dora Sunday with his sister, the 48 Cz. 4 'I00 Tin i 396
Visiting here this week with Paulling family and In Mt.
Mrs. Laurie Yelvington was her I Dora with his father, Mr. and DAIRY SPECIAL- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderS
Mrs. Dale Brown Sr.
son. Richard Yelvington of Phoenix

Arizona. VIVIAN ARNOLD HONOREDON Pillsbury Hungry Jack

*Mrs. Tony Kahlert left this BIRTHDAY BISCUITS lo .. 2 for Z9C Armour Star 01. CanCan

week for St. Louis, Mo., for a vis- Vivian Arnold, daughter of Mr.II VIENNA s
it with her daughter and fame and Mrs. Joe Arnold celebratedher 4 1
ily. She will also attend the tenth birthday on September HERSHEY'S -
grand daughters wedding on 4 with a party at the homeof
Saturday, September 11. her parents, 311 South For
syth street.Present SUGAR Armour Star Corned I5t/s oz. Can
Visiting with Mrs. C. A. Rid. were nine of her

dell was her son, Joy Sisco of friends, Pam White Cherry Bag:. BEEF HASH 3 $100
Jacksonville. lie also visited Wadsworth Elaine Skolar, Bee.
with his brother in law and sister ky Mercer, Louan Kelly, Patricla .
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Magee and Janet Peavy, Davy Sol. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

in Flagler Beach. oman and his cousin, Reva Carter FROZEN FOODS
also Vivian's brothers, Joe -
Going to Miami for a holiday and Archie.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Assisting Mrs. Arnold were Pet Ritz a"
Richard Cantrell were Mrs. Lee Joan Peavy and Mrs. Arch Gld
Blakely, Mrs. Buck Lovelace,, dens the honoree's grandmoth Georgia No. 1 Red CREAM PIES 3 '1
Marjorie Lee Blakely, Emma I fer.r '
Jean Lovelace_, and Jim Bray. I r ---- SWEET POTATOES 'lb. 10*

Miami I Mrs. Margaret Clegg was in
June Deen spent the II
Palatka Tuesday attending the
holiday weekend here visiting California i SeedlessGRAPES
Association Executive Board
with his grandmother, Mrs. C. A.
meeting of the Baptist Churches.She lb.
Riddell and Mr. Riddell. Also I9C
also plans to go to Jackson
visited with other relatives.Mr. .
ville Tuesday through Thursdayof
and Mrs. Carlton Johnston next week attending the W. 30 lb. Average Carolina
M. U. Leaders Conference which
had as their guest the holiday will be held at the George Wash. Ea. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
weekend their son, Airman John 99c
Ington Hotel.Enjoying .
H. Metts. lie has completed his
special training at Patrick Air
a weekend house
Torre Base and has been transferred I
: over the holiday were Mr.
back to Turner A. F. B. in party
Georgia. and Mrs. Jack Clegg and Karen, 50 100 50
I Mr and Sirs. Dwayne Metts and
two children. Mr. and Mrs. ,
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and Mrs. Frank Clegg and sons, I ((2) 12 ox. cans of (1) Skilcraft of (Ot gal Foremost <
BUNNELL Mrs. Harry Gegg. and Mr and I
Mrs. Jim Townsend and child. > Coupon Void After < Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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qrjr THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, ,Sept. ,_1965

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Are Given I New Designs In er feature of young fashions.
Care FeaturesFor Tips
Easy one dramatic pleat in the skirt m4t 3Uaglrr QJrUmarBUNNELL.

On Teen's Fall Styles and a bolero-type toplet to a
School ClothesLook BarbecuingSince lacy Orion herringbone sweater FLORIDA

summertime is weekend The lively new "OP" designs with a blending skirt. Lined
for easy-care features to MRS. JL B. FULLER: Editor
decrease the work Involved in barbecue time here are some take the fall fashion spotlight cotton corduroy Jumpers with inverted .

caring for school clothing suggests tips on serving up a Juicy steakor I for teen. I pleats and frilly blousesare Designated newspaper for all

Miss Elizabeth Dlckenson broiled burger. Junior and Senior high school popular. Legal AdvertUlac

specialist Florida Agricultural Coals-that's the first thing girls will have an exciting arrayof you'll see girls wearing high
clothing Entered as second class matter
Extension Service. you need according id A. .Z, new styles to choose from socks that go up to or above the February (, 1112. at the poet-

Palmer associate meat scientist says Miss Elizabeth Dickenson knees, the socks may be splash office at Bunnell, Florida, under
Act of March 2, 1171
Care instructions should be indicated with the state's agricultural experiment clothing specialist, Florida Agricultural ed with checks, plaids florals.or ,

on the hang tag and stations. < Extension Service. stripes. Some will even be I O.. year ,.. L

labels. Reliable manufacturers They should be spread out Knits and woven fabrics are tassel-trimmed. I Six Months ---fLaIl
state the fibre content I
specifically evenly in order to make a good dazzling with dots, checks, and
and the special finishes and I. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT !9EV-!
bed. The 'barbecuing "expert" stripes. Knits are more popular Florida has no closed hunting ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
processes that have been appli I AND FOR FLAGLRR COUNTY.
takes 30-45 and offer unlimited
it generally ever
ed. says season on raccoon rabbit, bobcat FLORIDA. CHANCERY' NO. BUT
establish the washabllity benefits. William Henry Russell.
minutes to proper
or the Game
opossum says
newest developments
One of the Plaintiff
source of heat During actual "Sweaterlings'skinny knit and Fresh Water Fish Commis ..
in children's clothes this May
cooking, fat drippings feed the sweater dresses-are the latest sion. Dorothy Asbury Defendant.Russell.
is durable finish.
year press coals giving that zesty charcoal thing. These dresses are often NOTICE OF SUIT
This process first appeared in IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
flavor.A accented with smart turtle neck OF FLORIDATO

ni$n's clothing. small plastic squeeze bottle collars and come in assorted NOTICE FOR OF TAX APPLICATION DEED : Dorothy c/o Mrs.May th'blCuu..ell
What's it like The durable
of water with a small opening sizes and colors. Notice Is hereby given that R. W. 112 Virginia Avenue
press process is one In which the Deen Jr. BunneU. the holder of BerryvlHe Virginia'
is handy for putting out The coordinated look is anoth. the: following Tax Sale Certificate YOU ARE HEREBY required to
final wrinkle resistant or wash with has filed said certificate for a tax file with the Clerk of this Court
characteristic Is small blazes. It also cuts down Choices range from a dress deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate your Answer to the Bill of Com

and wear given the amount of smoke accumulating I number and year of Issuance plaint filed herein against you in
the garment after it has been I the description of the property the above entitled cause on or be-
on the meat. minutes about nine minutes on i and the name In which It was fore September 25, 1115. A. D., and
made. I assessed are aa follow: serve a copy thereof upon Donald
Next have to have high. a side aiming for a medium
This finish is you Certificate No.1; Year of Issuance C. Jacobson Plaintiff's attorney
applied by com
quality meat-U.S. Good or well-done steak.Doneness 1111.Description. herein whose address is 217 Orange
pletely and carefully pressingthe of Property: Tract t. Avenue, Daytona Beach Florida.
Choice-three.quarters to one will vary dependingon Block 1. Section 21. Township 13. "The Flagler Tribune" la hereby
garment and baking it in a heat and thickness Range 29; 20 Acres; St. John. Development designated a. the newspaper in
it under inch thick. intensity Company Subdivision. I which this order shall be published
special oven or pressing I Finally cooking time must of the steak. Grilling steaks for Assessed to: Bernard Stiller. once a week for four consecutive
high-pressure hothead presses. : In addition to the above the fol weeks. HEREIN: FAIL, NOT OR, A.
be right. Dr. Palmer likes to much longer a period of time lowing tax sale certificate are DECREE PRO CONFESSO WILL
After the garment Is pressed and{ outstanding on said property? BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
grill one-inch steaks four to six takes away their tenderness and Certificate SUCH FAILURE.
the previously applied
I Inches from the coals for 18.20 juiciness. No. Year Holder The nature of this suit Is a bill
finishes take effect Pleats in J' ltU R. W. Deen. Jr. For divorce.
Ground beef patties, one-half 25 IKS W. M. Walker WITNESS my hand and seal at
skirts or creases in pants are Also put up for sale will be the Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida
be let out the stitching line wilt to an inch thick are great for
made permanent I following property on which I Flager this 24th day of .A .
always show. It cannot be pressed outdoor grilling. The ground County Is holding Tax Sale Cer (SEAL) ClerSi. A. iHUU.
fee sure to purchase the cor. tificate No. 81, Year 1W: NU of of Circuit Court
rect sizes Miss Dickenson ad. out. However, pants legs can beef can be extended by mix. ge ''fof EK of Tract 2. Block 11, By Julia R. Harvey ,
: 1* ;Township 12.Kan re 29 Deputy Clerk
bread crumbs
vises. If seams or hems have to I be shortened and hems be taken ing evenly some IT Aug. II ft Sept. 2.3.16-4tp

up easily. and eggs. E;. 2 .. _
tor ueiie. uconneii. IN: TIED CIRCUIT COURT OF
r r All of the above PLAHLKR COUNTY; FLORIDA
Gated In Fagler County,r'tftaIi IN CHANfKHr NO. BUS
Unless said certificates are redeemed Plaintiff.

., ,, -, .' ,. according' to law the property ETHEL KNEUTE.
described above will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court- Defendant.
BETTER LIGHT j house door. Bunnell. Flagler County NOTICE TO DKKKNU
Y on the first Monday In themonth THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
of October 1X5. which la the ETHEL KNEUTEX9 :
i 4th day of October MIS, betweenthe Willow Street
lightens. 7 '.,'" legal hours of 11:00 A.M. and Keyport New Jersey
j 2.00; 1'. M. You are hereby notified that a
i 'l ,; mm 4, E. BMYTHE suit has been filed against you In
Clerk of Circuit Court the above entitled cause; and you
Flagler County Florida are hereby required to file your' answer
HOMEWORK11 Sept. 2-9-1I-22. 1MJ--he with the Clerk of this Court
: and to serve a copy thereof upon
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF the plaintiff or ptatlnlffa attorney,
/fj I FLAULKR COUNTY FLORIDAIN whose name and address Is:
: ; THOMAS M. KURSAR. Selden Building
; Plaintiff Daytona Beach. Floridanot
f c IQ ... later than September 25. A. D.
Ii. EMILY J. KURSAR, 1265.
Defendant If you fall to do so. decree pro
NOTICE TO DEFEND confesso will be entered against
TKE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: you for the relief demanded in the
EMILY J. KURSAR bill of complaint The nature of
'Jf! :;" 'i.> ill Volkert Street I said suit being for divorce.

Highland Park New Jersey WITNESS my hand and seal of
.', You are hereby notified that a. said Court this 24th day of August .
.ult has been filed against you In A IX !265.OiticlatClerk*
'' the above entitled cause; and you ( B. A. BMYTHE
'jj f Y seas, are hereby required to file your an* of said Circuit Court
swer with the Clerk of this Court By Julia 1C Harvey
and to serve a copy thereof upon KHwkIN
Aug. 21 ft
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, SePt. J
whose name and address Is:
Maiden Building COUNTY FLORIDA
Daytona Beach. Florida I I* CIIANrKRr NO. MM7 .
not later than October 2, A. D. 1915. FRANK MONTALTO.
If you tall to do coo decree pro Plaintiff
confesso will be entered a.aln.ttou IrIONTALTO
for the relief demanded In the ANNA Defendant
of Complaint The nature of
said suit being for divorce. NOTICE TO UKKKND
K WITNESS my hand and seal of THE! STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
said Court this list of ANNA MONTALTO
j jr day August
A. D. 1265.Omcial 94 Braugaw Avenue
( Heal) E. A. 8MYTHE! Newark New Jersey
Clerk of said Circuit Court You are hereby notified that a
r suit has been filed against In
By Julia It Harvey you
.. Deputy Clerk the above entitled cause; and you
Sept J..I..U-Uc are hereby required
: swer with the ktoorlbr.o'tot:
I N TUB CIRCUIT COURT UV- and to serve a copy thereof upon
: RNTII JUDICIAL ClRClliTtlAND the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
:4 FOR FLAULKH COUIfTY, whose name and address Is:
CKHY. NO. .!!. Dul1dl81'Daton.
TilE 8KAMK.VH DANK FOR lieach. Florida
" SAVINGS IN THE CITY OF not later than September 25. A Dues. .
LOOK rOR THIS TAtt ON STUDY LAMM. NEW YORK, a New Torkcorpor.tlon. .
If you fall to do so, decree proconfesso
t. ."" It means that it complies with the rigid will be entered against

, '.) .. r" '. standard of the Better Light Better Sight Bureau ... Plaintiff. bill ou for of the relief demanded fa the
complaint. The
A4"', JAMES if. DAWSON and nature of
and Illuminating- Engineering Society. PHYNIS .:. DAWSON his said suit being for divorce.
,, I, .. WITNESS my hand and seal of
l.. : x Defendants. said I Court this 24th day of August
A. D. 1261.
Good home study lighting prevents eyestrain and fatigue, aids concentra.. THE STATE NOTICK OF OF FLORIDA HI:IT (Official Heal) E. A. HMYTHE
Clerk of said
, .' tion. Better homework means higher grades in school. TO: Phjrnla James E.II.Dawson.Dawson his wife and, By Julie R. Circuit Harvey Court

: Electricity is cheap. .. about two hours of 200-watt lighting for only Michigan whose residence North Dakota Is Aug. II ft Sept 2.2.16-Ito Be ut Clerk

,' a penny. In fact, it's now cheaper than ever. Today, the avenge price haa Notice been Is filed hereby In the given above that Indicated .ult ('TIIK1 1!'IHi't'IT"tOI'aii'li *!

: ... paid per kilowatt hour for Sunshine Service electricity in the home is of you.Court against you. and each AND RNTII FOR JI'DICiAL FLAULKR CIRCUIT.COUNTY IN,
[. actually 31% cheaper than just 10 yean ago. the MORTGAGE title of which FORECLOSURE FLORIDA NO. isleMAIIICA IN CHANCERY. CAsh
case la as above J. HUNDLEY.Planltlff.
., Start your child "Back to School" with a new, modem study lamp shown. .
.. You are hereby required to file
{. ;' functionally designed for seeing without glare or strain. .... .. If your any answer In the or above written proceedingswith defense ROY E. HL'NDLEY. JR.

.-i\ .. the Clerk of this Court and Defendant
...'J! M (..... to plaintiffs serve a copy thereof upon the TilE STATE OF M..OIUDA TO:
attorneys whose
\ Damettor ROY E. HUNDLEY.: JRV
address appear hereon. on o r c/o Marge, Shute.
; the 2nd day of October. 2S2
.' Klebrg Plare.
195. the nature of this proceedings Corpea Christi Teiaa
being a suit to ferecloee lienof
; the You are hereby notified that a
.. a mortgage on the following
suit for divorce has been Bled
described ler t.rolir..It: :t. In Flag against you In the above entitled
.. Lot 1. Block J. Colony Park cause to serve and upon you PlalBtlfrs are hereby Attorney required

., }. Subdivision or plat thereof according recorded to map In whose name and address appear
. t Plat Look your written defense, if
I 1
Page 41 ft 42. any to the Bill of Complaint
, Public In
Records of Flagler said
/ suit on or before the 2Sta
ro tntb, cttaRED: : : day of september I9<5. else decree
:.. at Bun confeeso
pro will
{ n1ell. Flagler County State of Flor entered against
: this list day of August A. D. you.WITNESS
my hand and
126 i. seal or
tlf'I'. said' Court this 2th day of
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHS ,t1' August

Clerk of the Circuit Court (SEAL) K. A. 8MYTHE
.'T ., By Julia R .Harvey_ Clerk 01 said Court

: ROCSS. WIGHTtfurtu&"ttul. fUJroRD k By Jolla R.De Harvey

r : : aI Dank 8141' W. L W.d.wer5Pylr Clerk

R 'L.I.. I N A P g .EI i LIIIT I C.I P A I T 8t Petersburg, P.Bunnell.O. Box Iff
) m1uru Florida
t y. HltflMt IUIID FLORIDA Attorneys for for
e 8ept 1..1I.11-4to Air l ft Sept 2-t-(LfteDario

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Banner Year For sion Service, and chairman, pated market demands and to marketing guide should recognize I
vegetable crops department, Institute I I prevent farm level surpluses.The that it Is only one of many
of Food and Agricultural planted acreages by crops sources of Information to be con j HASTINGS MATTRESS
Vegetable CropsFor Sciences. I and seasons necessary to secure sidered In planning the year's ;& UPHOLSTRY WORKS

17 of Florida's more Im "In addition to these 17 crops I I this production under normal program, he said. I I'II' 710.12 Lemon St.

portant vegetable cropS, a preliminary there are a number of other growing conditions is shown. i j i Current information as to ,I Palatka Florida

estimate indicates a crops grown In sizeable quantities I This information Is also given I I I growers' Intentions to plant both Phone EA 5-9166

shipping point value of more but for which no reliable' for the 1963-64 season and an I i I within the state and In competing Furnitn-,. Upholstering \.

than $232,000,000 this year, an estimate Is available as to acre average for the three previous areas and crop prospectsIn Mattresses Rtpcdrea && Box Refinished
Increase of $19,000,000 over last age or value," Jamison says. seasons. This report is com I I Florida should be currently Made to Order,Also Renovated
'" reviewed, well
year. For growers now either plant= piled to assist growers in de. as as prospectsfor Call Laura :Morris 4373233
This record Income makes fora Ing or preparing to plant the termining plantings for the adequate supplies After 6:00 P. M.

banner year, in spite of three 1965-66 crop, the extension serve coming season and to serve as other production factors. PRICES REASONABLE
I Information contained In the
hurricanes, unusual early and ice has Just released Its acreage. Information for businesses, sup. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
I guide is now'avallable at the Iud a* near as your
marketing guide for 196566. plying materials and equipmentor
late frosts, and periodic labor, county agent's office. Phone or Post Office !
shortages, says Dr. Frank S. : This publication projects' the transporting and handling Drop Us A Card or Call -
Jamison, vegetable crop special supply of the various crops be. I products, Jamison points out. Subscribe to The Flogier Tribune Free Pick-up & Delivery ;

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I HOW "O.STARTED? Spain produces one-third of new ones Immediately come for-
FHA Is Kenaf A ;
ProcessingOpportunity I A presidential campaign prob- all the world's olive oil. Olive ward to take their place.
trees In 37 of the country's
I Loans "Magic Plant? ably popularized the expression 50, provinces.All grow .
"0. K." When Martin Van Buren
The Farmers Home Administration Kenaf may just be a "magic ran unsuccessfuly re-election I MILLERELECTRONICS
Is processing loan applications -, plant! Iri 1840 a "Democratic O.K.
from rural families. The The new potential paper-pulp Club" In New York supported sharks living at Marine-
opportunity loan program is product is being grown by re- .him. The Initials stood for "Old land have a never-ending sup 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.
j part of the President's War on searchers with Florida's Agricultural : Kind hook," Van Buren's home ply of teeth. As the front row
Poverty. Low-income farm and Experiment Stations. But I village near Albany, New York. of teeth are broken or wear out REPAIRS ON TV'S
rural families can receive loans now, the experts are looking to I WASHERSDRYERS
up to two thousand and five hun kenaf to give them still another ---- -
dred dollars to develop farm enterprises product. This time. It's cattle

or buslnesshfrservices feed.Dr. ij.- I Call Collect 672.0377
that will bring added income. .. Gordon C. Killinger, Stations It I
This means more food, better agronomist, reports that t \ tjOU ALL WORK GUARANTEED

clothing and improved hpuslng early this week kenaf was har- i! dee ,
for the rural needy. vested "for'the first time" at the yours

Get, the 'facts about the economic Stations dairy unit at Hague, I jqctGct4VL... .. n "V LCommunity
opportunity loan pro north of Gainesville. The researcher -
. gram today from the Farmers explained that this was pT I 6tinq
I Home Administration office serv- done to find out whether the NoL Memorial Church

ing Seminole, Orange, Brevard, crop will make "suitable silagefor .p'reJddjtWK
oVlusia and Flagler counties, feeding cattle." 1..r4e..laatle1AIR
which Is located in the Kirk Plaza The crop was also harvestedand I tDI CONDITIONED
Suite 5, 110 E. CommercialStreet mixed with molasses and I Dayton Ay.
Sanford Florida. ensiled for feeding out this fall On : FLAGLER BEACH

Ramon D. McGough, County to an experimental sheep herd I q)'< Supervisor, and Wilson Gordon, located at the Nutritional Lab Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Assistant County Supervisor, are oratory at the University of J I R. W. DICKERT. PaaUrVBIIYOKU
serving these counties.CIGARETIE Florida campus.Dr. .
Killinger said the molasseswas 437-3325 BUNNELL I .
added to the chopped kenafin I ___ _. ___ .......&-I It.----....
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TAXRen order to make it ensile better. I. ;

Morris, director of the "We won't know anything def. 1--
State Beverage Dept. has released inlte for about 90 days," he said, Share our success! .
f 0 figures showing the amounts "since it will take that long to
of cigarette tax funds allocated find out whether the plant will
,II to the various towns of Flagler! make silage." I
County. The funds represent tax The silage idea came about
I collections made in July. when it was found that the
Bunnell, $2,538.49.Beverly plant's leaves and their stalks PLYMOUTH
Beach, $116.43. were high in toal nitrogen and ,1.(
Flagler Beach, $1,238.16. running over 25 percent crude .': f'"

Marineland, $165.27. protein. He said the plant's stem r.;.....
Painters Hill, $21.72. has a crude protein content of
about seven percent
According to the UF agronomist
USE NATIVE PLANTSTO the plant should yield M
"dry" silage" with a total crude
protein of 12.18 percent He said .
you're planning to land this was high and noted that ,:. JIf/I';:/ >
scape your home, don't overlook alfalfa generally has a crude
using some of Florida's native protein of about 16 percent.
plants, says Dr. E. W. McElwee, Past yields indicate that kenaf
horticulturist with the state's can produce upwards of five to
agricultural experiment stations. eight times as much pulp material
We want volume, salesDEALIH'
Native plants are well adaptedto per acre as pine.
I local climate and 'soil con Yarn and fabric have already
ditions and may be much easierto been made from kenaf grown at and we're really dealing to

grow than many of the hybrid the Everglades Station, Belle
and and introduced orna. Glade: Attractive articles of get 'em. See us for'

mentals. clothing have also been made
from the plant and blended with a money-saving deal on a

Hialeah Race Track, celebrat- synthetic fibres like dacron.Subscribe '
ing its 40th anniversary, produced 65 Plymouth, with the

a record $6,613,701 in taxes
for the state during the recent for The Flogtor rrlbQDt 5-year/50OOD.mUe ,engine

season concluded March 3. S2.50 A Year ID Advance .
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i Phone ID 7-3532

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA la. MYa wtWs s-y.ar000.q..." ..aM drive hdw vans... "...... ywt C r Coreporston
conftdenttw.. VItal ports of its 1965 cars I "nor 10.000 mss.
....ktlewr coma flrrst durin,"kh time/ any such ports that prove der.ctiwe In mefenat and workmana./p
wig be replaced or repaired at a Chrysler Motors CoI'pontlOn AutMftzed Dealer's ptoc of business WIthout
:=: for f:..such. slid part Internal or tabors pert a(excepting tlne block manual hwd and dutch Internal), torq partsMak. r.r:.'shag.water u. pump rani:rn ::
.... and dif' and ever Required ., The/ ..
24 HourWrecker rear w* Mm w<>ww b..rin5s. *iWercv: / me ttl."CO **
vtaet ere requfred under the werraMv-chenge engine o4 sassy 3 month or 4,000 mleZ wntehewer comes
Service VV first replace o. Mtor tvery second Oscan,dean carburetor tttc every 4 month end repute N every
2 year*; month furnish evidence of this required aervtee to a Chrytler Motors Corpost/o.
Authorized Wdrai request him to certify receipt of wen vtdonco and your cars "'...... __pia
enough to such Important protection.

Flagler MASSEY.FERGUSON Truck & Tractor Co See the Dealm' Man at PlymoutWand !

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