Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00609
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 17, 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: VID00609
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
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52, NO. 37 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1964 $2.50_A.tfEAR ':,1 f':


Crescent City In JULY RECEIPTS Sets Millage at DATE POSTPONEDThe ''In FlrfeountySet l {i

Season's OpenerThe According to the State Beverage 7.5 For 1964-65 building committee for At $3,885,250

Dept. cigarette taxe funds the Methodist parsonage met .

Bunnell Bulldogs open collected in July have been allocated The Bunnell City Commission ; Wednesday morning and decided Damage in Flagler County

their 1964 Season here playing I in the following amountsto approved a levy of 7.5 mills at i to postpone the ground from Hurricane Dora last weekIs

Crescent City Friday night at municipalities in Flagler a meeting held last Friday evening I breaking ceremony scheduledfor estimated at 3.885250: ac. '

8:00 P. M. A large crowd Is I County: I millage was levied on I next Sunday.The cording to figures complied by .

expected to help the 1963 St. Bunnell, 275752. non-exempt property valuationof was Civil Defense, State Road DeI :
ceremony postponeduntil
Johns River Conference Champs Flagler Beach, $1,371.35. $3,139,673. The meeting was after plans and specifications I I partment, State Board of Health, J JI
Marineland, $154.14. I held four late because of I '
along. days have been completed. Due I and the Bureau of Public Roads.
Beverly Beach, 12175. I Hurricane Dora. I,
to storm damage and other A "Disaster Damage Assessment .
There has been much Improvement
In our kicking and passing Painters Hill, 1260. t Six mills was levied for the factors, the architect had not Hearing" for Hurricane
general fund for which is budge I been able .
last Coach Bo to complete the specifications ) Dora damage was held at the
game over year
Manuel said. We don't have as Boy-Girl Staters I eted $99,438. 1.5 mills was ,I in time for the meet. courthouse Tuesday afternoon,
levied for the interest and I!ling .
much depth and speed In the yesterday.Rev. Raymond Flagler County
back field as last year, he added. To Be Honored sinking fund for a budget of j I I I Howard Porter said as Civil Defense director, said to
$6,041.51. This will take care of soon as the architect completes day. The meeting was held to
Tickets will be $1.25 for adults, Legion PostBoys the bonded Indebtedness. I i the specifications the building determine where and what kind
$.75 for students. Students buy By .
The water fund budget of $31, : committee will meet and set of damage occurred in the county
Ing their tickets at the schoolon Staters, Girl State, and 900 is self supporting with revenues another date for the groundbreaking .

Thursday or Friday at the Citizenship Award winners will I from the sale of water I ceremony.It Conducting the hearing were

school will pay 50 cents. be honored by Flagler Post 115, and other services. is expected that the plans Walter Murphey, director of

The probable starting lineup The American Legion, Monday J The 7.5 mills set is 1.1 mill will be completed in about two Northern Florida Civil Defense, !

will be Martin Tucker, le; Levi evening at 8 o'clock. less than was levied last fiscal weeks. A. R. Montgomery of the Bureauof

Brannam, Jr., It; Fred Harris, Ig; year. Public Roads, P. N. Pappas,

Jack Knight, C; Mike Hornsby,I Boy Staters are Buzzy Me- I The city's total budget this Rev. Thomas Pinner of the State Road Department, :

rg; Tom McDaniel, rt; Walter Knight and Levi Brannam Jr. year is $137,380.70, and will be and Jerry Conger, of the Florida

Townsend, re; Walton Cowart, Buzzy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ,approved at a meeting Septem- Announces Sunday State Board of Health.

Qb; Elbert Tucker, LHB; Billy J. H. McKnight, Jr., of Flagler i' ber21. Sermon TopicsRev. After hearing reports of dam
Beach. Levi is the son of Mr.
Cauley. RHB; Arthur Ford. FB. I Sitting as an equalizationboard Thomas Pinner said today age from a cross section of the
and Mrs. L. L. Brannam of Bun.
the commissioners heard the topic for his Sunday county, representing city, coun :

FORD PUNT. PASS nell. two requests for lower valua morning 11 o'clock sermon will ty, Industry and Individuals, the
of Mr.
Ida Allen, daughter
CONTEST I tions. Shelton Brooks asked that i be "How To Be Secure In a committee made the estimate of
AND KICK ( Mrs. George Allen, Jr. represented
the $3,750 increase In his service
World That Isn't"The $3,885,250: as thf amount of dam
SET FOR OCTOBER 17 the American Legion Auxiliary station valuation be reject. i 8 o'clock evening topic age in the county.
at Girls State in Tallahassee.
Boys 8 through 13 years are She was sponsored by the ed. This was denied by the com I will be "You Need to Cry Over Three and a half million was
mission. "
Invited to join in the Bunnell local auxiliary. Spilled Milk. the estimate of erosion damage
Peter Dashoff was granted a to AlA the coast
Highway along ,
Motor Company's "Punt, Pass Awards
The annual Citizenship *
and Kick Contest" on October presented by the post $2,650 decrease In the valuation Mosquito District and $30,000 was tho estimate of

17, Leslie Pache said today. Mr. were awarded this year to Jo. of his building. Prepares For A damage to the Flagler Beach

Pache Is acting as director of pier. About half of the 844 foot
Anne Wilson, and Tony Parker.
Duty Time Ahead

" '" the competition this year."Boys" JoAnne Is the. daughter of Mr. StrangeCoincidences.. After spending the summer of pier the was storm.lost during. the height ...
f" must-be accompanied by and Mrs. Bernie Wilson of'Flag.ter practlcaly free of mosquitoes,
, I I Other damage Included tlmberlands -
a parent or legal guardian to Beach. Tony is the son of the most enjoyable mosquitofree
grazing land, private
will close
register. Registration Marvin Parker of
Mr. and Mrs. have had
summer we ever ,
October 9. Except from leaflet publishedby property, stress, etc., and totaled
looks the
It as though ornery
The Ford Motor Co; and Bun Representatives of the Girls Ablngdon Church in Clou* last $355,250.:
creatures are taking a fling
nell Motor Co. are giving many State and the Boys State will ches, Virginia. at our community and doing Civil Defense Director Raymond
In the Both Presidents Lincoln and Smith attended an orientation *
attractive prizes compe give their reports on the sessions their utmost to make life miser.
tition. Included In the prizes held in Tallahassee last Kennedy were concerned with able for all of us. meeting In Jacksonville I
kick the issue ofClvil Lincoln Wednesday afternoon to familiarize !
are warmup jackets, place-
I summer. I With Hurricane Dora dumping
outfits footballs was elected In 1860, Kennedy in himself with procedural '
er autographed Members of the honored guests i excessive rainfall on the area,
and trophies. families and all members of 1960. Both were slain on a Friday :creating hundreds of potential for filing disaster claims.

, Boys wishing to compete are Continued To Page 8 and In the presence of their : breeding areas where' none existed
urged to register soon. wives. Both were shot from behind
before, It Is going to take
and In the head.
DORA HALTS our utmost efforts to curb their Henry Zeller
Their both named
ASC COUNTY successors,
activities.The i .
I STREET PAVING Johnson Southern Demo.
I COMMITTEE NAMED were District has throe fogging Passed
AwayWednesday j
PRGRAM IN CITYThe crats, and both were In the Sen machines and expects<< to keep
Farmers recently elected to ate. Andrew Johnson was born
Bunnell street paving them working overtime. Ac. A. M.
serve as the Agricultural Stabili In 1908. John Wilkes Booth was
was halted due to Hurricane cording to Secretary Gage, every
zation and Conservation County born In 1839, Lee Harvey Oiwald
Ave. will be taken to
possible means
Dora. Magnolia
Committee for the followingyear was born In 1939. Booth and Of Henry W. Zellers of 707 East
from U. S. Highway 1 east to control this most unusual sit
Include: W. W. Deen, waleS were Southerners favoring Moody Boulevard, long time res
chairman; Robert W. Deen, vice Palmetto St and then south unpopular Ideas. Booth and Os uatlon. (Ident and retired businessman
four blocks to Moody Boulevard,
chairman; A. B. Johnston, regular wald were both assassinated before of Bunnell, passed away early
total of 16 blocks was com Flagler Beach
member; Richard W. Cody, a going to trial. Wednesday morning In the Hall

Jr., first alternate; Lloyd Robert. pleted. .. I Both Presidents' wives lost Park Board Met tax Hospital, Daytona Beach, after .
) Anderson
son, second alternate.The Paving was complefNlon children through death while In Last Tuesday Afternoon an extended Illness
St. south to Dry 8nd 1
election was held by mall five blocks on Drain to Highway .I the White House. Lincoln's sec. Members of the Flagler Beach Mr. Zeller was born In Poland
balloting between August 21 retary, Kennedy by name" advised I
1. In the program are leV. I Park Committee met Tuesday and came to Bunnell from Detroit
and Septemberl. eral connecting streets to be repaired him not to go to the theatre afternoon for a planning session Michigan, where he had
Chairman Deep points out Kennedy's secretary, whose
and paved. to make recommendations to the resided for a number of years.
that the ASC Commit Lincoln, advised him
County name was
I State Park Board. He was 79 years of age.
tee Is in charge of local administration Brownie Fly-Up I not to go to Dallas. After discussion the Board decided

of such national farm John Wilkes Booth shot Line to recommend that the He was a member of the I

programs as the agricultural Scheduled For olD In a theatre and ran to a State Park Board set up a special Catholic Church and the Elks

conservation program the feedgrain September 24th warehouse.. Oswald shot Ken 150000.00 budget for developing Club of South Daytona Beach. :

program, acreage allot Mrs. Donald Kaufman and B.dy from a warehouse and ran the park. They also He was a retired motel owner.

ment and marketing. to a theatre. The names, Lincoln
Mrs. Frank Reynolds announcethe suggested clearing on both sides : Survivors are his wife, )Ill.I .

Fly-up service for Troop 702, and Kennedy each contain certain of A1A. Frances Zeller, Bunnell; one son,

SMALL CLAIMS i who are going Into the Girl seven letters. The names The State Park Board Is In I Edward S. Zeller of Oceanside,

COURT SESSION I II Scouts this year, will be held Andrew Johnson and Lyndon the process of making up their California: one grandson Ed

At the September second session I in the Woman's Cub building, Johnson each contain thlrtHnlettft'L budget which will be presentedto ward D. Zeller of Bunnell. Also

of the Small Claim Court, Flagler Beach, Thursday eve. Booth The names, John Oswald Wilkes the Legislature next year, surviving are three great-grand*
R A. Powell presided In the absence ning. September 24, at 7:30. and Harry children.
each contain fifteen letters.
of Small Claims Judge At this time the girls will be BUNIfCLL HIGH SCHOOL The Rosary will be at 8 of*

Leola Jones. He rendered a default presented their Brownie Wings I BULLDOG clock Friday evening at Craig

judgment against F. M. by the Brownie Leaden. They Australia's Great Barrier Beef FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 194 I Funeral Chapel, 201 East Moody

Townsend, Jr., In favor of George will be received by the Junior stretches for 1,230: miles, measuring Sept 18 Crescent City Home Boulevard. Funeral services will

A. Jarosz. Girl Scout Troop and will be. 12 miles at Its narrowest Sept 25 Keystone Hgts. Away be held at St. Stephens CathoUc

Judge Jones presided at the presented their Girl Scout Pins point and 120 miles at it widest Oct 2 St. Joseph Away Church Saturday morning at 10

session Wednesday morning.I by the leader, Mrs. Kenneth' Containing the widest variety of Oct. 9 Baldwin Away o'clock with Father Ltego Cooesa -

She issued judgment to the Whitney, marine life found anywhere, the Oct. 16 D. A B. Home officiating. Interment will

Bunnell Auto Supply Co. Inc. vs. Parents and friends of the barrier Is the world's most ex Oct. 23 DunnellonFather Away be in St Mary Cemetery at

Ed Whitten. I Brownies and Junior Girl Scouts, tensive hunting ground for coral Oct 30 Lopez Home JCorona.

One case was continued: to the committee members, and memo* finder shell collector, under Nov. 6 OPEN Craig Funeral Home of Bun-

September DO session, and one I I ben of the Flagler Woman'. water explorer, and marine biologlst I Nov. 13 HastingsCallahan Home nell Is In charge at arrange

case was settled out of court. 1 I Club are Invited. Nov. 20 Home ments.I .


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Thursday, Sept. 17, 1964
containers for the flowers. an ideal way to display a cactus
g4eilt i#i Ql&uda Homes with Early American collection.

; motif can follow the same decorin There are hundreds of other
(By Bcrrey Sharp) the patio. This gives a wide items that will give your patio "'i:1 A "':' V, t. l."-"I t'.'.'. :':,. doc:- \ ..

A patio serves many useful range of containers. A three eye appeal. All it takes is a
I legged iron kettle with a broken bit of imagination. But be care

purposes. If lip Is a prize possession, especially ful not to dream up hours of
be status symbol
It a
, if you can dream up an i work, because that will defeat I
you can afford a pool. A place authentic-sounding tale about the purpose of patio gardening. I II
.tor bum ',better steaks than your
the kettle's Initial use.
'neighbors, and a place to seat CVthtq
unwanted guests > \that themosquitoeS Brass cuspidors are fine for .r

will.,.drive them home small plants. An old wooden Books Are My DishBy

early. '.' well bucket with a rotting rope
still tied to the ball Is another Dorothy Homons
Or, a patio Is an excellent I
place to take up summer gar. I I How many of us this past
dening. A bread tray-out of which I week have come back wonder

tons of biscuits were made- ing what will be there, if any.
When the temperature rises,
I will make an ideal flower container thing.At .
relax on the shady side of the
patio. A hammock Is essential if you can locate one. the Flagler Woman's Club
The same is true for a well. Library the books stood as
for gardeners this activity do their, because best planning most ,I worn crock-type chum or a usual on their shelves, peacefully C lfoWv .p' 1c' i Gt; to-'

giant-slzed syrup kettle. waiting readers.

when reclining.If The modern-type home can Hurricane Dora, the complete I ,/-o\ t 'RatL, 'j3Stt ]
your conscience finds you extrovert, never went near the
select from an assortment of
hard pressed for thinking material place. Dora is not a reader.At I
metal, plastic and wooden con
then write your county the cement plant shelter, I
tainers at the local garden sup.
agent for several publicationson we report we saw a man go I 11
ornamentals. This requires through eight paperbacks. We
little effort, as the mailman may Regardless of the container, it were dying to ask him the titles -- NOTICE -

deliver the pamphlets to the must come up to certain stand. but did not quite dare. I Beach Due exchanges to the Increase in accordance In the Telephone with the statewide In the Bunnell rate schedule and Flagler the
patio while making a shortcut ards to keep the plants happy. read "Mamie," a fascinating exchange telephone rates will be Increased effective with the billing
across your lot. These standards include: phychologlcal thriller, now made date on and after October MKHIDKMK 22 1964 FUVICKll
Into Hitchcock movie. >. 2-PAHTV 4-PARTY WJRAL LINE
If a situation becomes acute It must hold enough soil for PRESENT $3.110 $276 ".70 $200
and requires work, then performthe the size of the plant. M-\V *.1.65 f2-i>3 *1KO ,210
Some piles for trestles of the
chore the windward side IIUIINEI'IC! HKHVICK
It must have good drainageso .
new Chesapeake Bay Bridge and 1M 2I'AnTYPAnTY RURAL LINE
of an electric fan that's blowIng the plant won't "drown" dur PDESENT $8.50 $5.50 $4,75 $3.85.
Tunnell are 16 stories high, The NEW 97.00 $3.73 $3.00 $400
,across a cake of ice. ing a rainy spell.It .
National Geographic says. There Published pursuant to order number 8490. docket 6554-rule of the
Some gardeners are not adeptat should have a wide base are 2,640 such piles, made of Florida Public Utilities Commission entered November SO, 1962.
loafing. So when every so that it won't tip over in the concrete and steel, in the 12.2 SOUTHERN TELEQHAPH BELT TELEPHONEAND COMPANY
means of procrastination! fails, wind. miles of trestle. September 17-24-2tc

then think of methods of brightening The container must resist rust .
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up the patio. One suggestion or rot, because moisture will be
Is to try flowers In portable present constantly. I
pots.Colorful. A wooden liner is good in a
flowers suggested for metal container, because metal
the outdoor living room include gets very hot In the sun.

cockscomb, geraniums, petunias, A large interesting shaped
marigolds and bachelor buttons. boulder that is a castoff of a

Later this fall you can get in road building project can be
the gridiron mood with chrys made the center of attractionin
anthemums. the center of a patio. Some

What to plant isn't important.The "rocks" that were part of a cav-
main goal is to outdo the ren because they have built-In
i) neighbors in selecting unique containers for plants and make
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II. CRAIG, Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO. Associate 1 p 4C o.



ATTENDANT AMBULANCES to control your calls, the other to free

your hands. Together, unbeatable.Call .
Phone ID 7-3532
Directors are available with a
201 1:. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA capacity up to 29 lines. They can hold

Two EfficiencyExperts calls. They can handle conference calls

1 ri"r .. so several people can hold a conversationat

._%" ; the same time.

Speakerphones let you hear and talk
for ,
without using your receiver. You can
switch calls on and off at your conven

4 1 ience. Which means other people in your

oS I Modern\, Business office can hear (and participate in) calls

when this is desirable.Call .

r your Telephone Company Business

Office for details.

Southern (4 Bell

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In Florida .

after a swim, beer is a natural

.' On a hot summer day,a dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully 1.1. i.,
? refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards tlf IN

i. t.I with friends is a hearty glass of beet.There's hardly another beverage
around that suits what you do for fun as much as beer. I

Camping? ,hiking fior Just loungmg on lawn chair-beer brings to
,II":j u ach just the right touch of extra good living.

l Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that
., .we live in a land of personal reedom-and that our right to enjoy
beer and ale, if we so desire, is just one,but an important one, of
.those personal freedoms.
be sure your telephone voice Is
.. really you...
'@ In Florida...beer goes with fun, with relaxation A l by speaking directly Into your telephone .....

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Universal AppealOf may fluctuate greatly In dif
ferent places of production.

Florida has four major types of 'I
HoneyEver honey produced by Its honeybees QUANTITY

since prehistoric times --citrus, tupelo, palmetto, I WE GIVE METTS RIGHTS
and gallberry-which differ In
when the first cave man stuck RESERVED
taste and hue.
his hand In a tree trunk full I TOP ttPRICES + .

of honey and tasted the sweet, Most commercial Florida honeys GOOD I

sticky stuff, man has regarded appear to be the same shade Market Thursday, Fridayand I
honey as both a candy and as since honey packers blend their VALUE Super Saturday,

a food. products to maintain a uniform Sept. 17, 18, 19
color year 'round. However, ***
Although honey has long beena STAMPS
each honey has Its own particular Telephone 73201
103 S. Railroad St.
favorite of the sweet tooth set,
trademarks. Tupelo is gen.
others have liked It be.
many erally amber In color, while citrus .
cause of the nutrition providedIn and gallberry range from FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS

Its natural sugars. white to extra-light amber. Palmetto .

Most of the components of sometimes may have a Quarter

honey are sugars, says F. A. greenish tint. Whole Ifl 29

Robinson, assistant apiculturist The distinctions are caused :

with the Florida Agricultural by minute quantities of natural or Half .

experiment Stations. Robinson Ingredients, such as minerals.For .
points out that honey Is com
Instance, there is a white
prlsed of levulose (fruit sugar, honey obtained from firewood, BOSTON BUTT (LEAN MEATY)
about 40 per cent), dextrose
a yellow honey from goldenrod,
(about 34 per cent), sucrose (about a brown honey from poplar, a

2 per cent), and dextrine green honey from thistle, and a Pork Roast lb. 49'
and gums. The remaining In. black honey from buckwheat.

gredlents Include water (about Scottish heather honey, which Is

18 per cent), and minerals suchas similar to a jelly in Its natural

calcium, phosphorus, copper, state, has a purplish tint.
and in minor
amounts. ,- -.., _rI LEAN MEATY U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

Robinson notes that climate, CHUCK .
geography, and flower nectar :I CommunityMemorial SPARE RIBS 39 STEAK 55-

can alter the amount of sugars Church

and other components. Also, latvr-dcBtmlaatleaal


Sunday School 10:00 A.Me Pkg.

Church Service 11:00: A.M.


....u... ***** tkla *+*.... eN BVKItYONB WELCOME I GROUND u $ WHITE "
a "at* per w." .me* l**rtiea.. !\ _t.. BEEF 3 fO BACON
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FOR LEASE comer building, 4
stores suitable for any business,
and 2 apartments. Central Ave. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)

and Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach. 710.12 Lemon St. ((1) with

Inquire 831 Broadway. Ask for Palatka, Florida of lib.

Mrs. Chris Kirlakis. Phone CL 3. Phone EA 5.9166 CoffeeLimit or more 59'

2477. 9-17-Itc Repairea Furnitu-&Upholstering Refinished order Tin

WANTED-A woman 18 to 40 Mattresses & Box Spring
for counter and sales work. Made 10 Order.Also RenovatedCall

Must have transportation. Ap. Laura Morris 4373233 OR YOUR CHOICE 6 OZ. INSTANT 89*
ply In person at 4 P.M. Marine. After 6:00 P. M. .

land Fruit Shop. 9.10.2tc PRICES REASONABLE.
FOR" SALE= -Bunnell 2- bedroom Just as near as your Giant Size (Your Favorite Detergent)

house, 2 baths, 4 lots, nice Phone or Post Office I
Limit ((1))
Drop Us A Card or Call
yard, trees, good location, ga. Free Pickup & Delivery I purchase of Giant

rage, etc, 407 W. Moody Blvd., TIDE I $5.00 or more 59
Call 4373247. 9-10-tfc .....: TATln INNJ III'UcaT..., Ylrl'AL food order Box

FOR SALE-Two bedroom house. Notice U hereby given that the
Konrd of County Oommliclonrr of
Bargain at $5900, reasonable KlatfUr County "Florida will meeton
terms. Located center of Bun. Thursday, September 24, 19(4nt
1:00: 1>. M. nt the Klaxler County BLUE SEAL (Solid)
nell. Inquire Mrs. Marcinkowskl, ) emptl .the purpose ofhearing Limit ((2)) with
or objection on
Highway 11,1 mile east of Bun. the Tentative) Iludxet as revised purchase of Lb.CAMPBELL'S .
nell. Phone 4373719. 9-10-5tp and adopted by the lioard of Coun*
ty Commissioners at the r..ularm.etlnc OLEO $5.00 or more 5
held on tteptember 7, 114
food order
to f..:>KltAI. KI'MIl
for one topnotch Mlllasjo to be railed from I.S millsto
service established customers In 4.0 milts, and total amount of
Oeneral Fund budget to be raised
this area. We are Interested In from |1 4.5HOO to $204.$12.00.
a man whose ambitions are $150to
to be reduced from 4.1 Can
$200 per week. Experienced mills to a.1 mills and total amountof TOMATO SOUP IOCi
toad tt Ilrldge Fund In'f..ledtrom FANCY (VINE RIPENED)
salesman preferred; but not es. $121,14100 to 1121.177 2KIVH .

sential. We train you. Shifters. .. to AMI be KOIIKKITI left unchanged KUNIIIMlllag at 1.1 TOMATOES 19: Limit 4 Please

and drinkers need not apply., mills Forfeiture but total Fund amount to b*>of Increased Fine A- Three Diamond SLICED ( i Can)

For Interview In your home, from 171.25100 to 17111111. GOLDEN YELLOWBANANAS
write Mr. P.O. ). tlth $..pl.mbet PINEAPPLE 4c.n.'l
please I ;1.t at Bunnell..t..oI. Counoty "
Box 627, Wllllston, 32696. Florida.OTI8 fOe
a IIUNTRR.: Chairman
9-10-2t Hoard County Commissioners Sunshine

home, reasonable. Pick up It my de. Be Cleric pt I7142tc Circuit Court ONIONS C 39*<< COOKIES 2 bad 89*

livery. Phone ID 7.3669.1024tt 1N Tim rinrtiT romr, stv.RNTll .
jrniriAb rinrt IT i. ANn
SEPTIC. TANK cleaning; drain CA"H NO. 4nsHENHT Jars
A. 8KOCKMAK.rialntlff.. 12 Ct. (Heat and Serve) JELLY 4 1
fields Installed; snail shell Reasonable *
.... DINNER Pk,..
prices. Call George Ja nETTT P. IWOCKMAK.iMfendant. ROLLS 2 25c
no ID 73410 8-1-tl SHOWBOAT 300 CAN
TO: KTTr' P. HHOKMAX: Of 144
Vance 8t. Laurlobur*. North 6 Ct. Pkg. CINNAMON PORK & BEANS Can
To prev PKUN'BVAC containing Too are hereby notified that a Pic,..
Complaint for Divorce has been BUNS 2 z5
Prune 11g A 8enne U world' .
8mo-oU.est. beat and most natural Sled against you and yu are required HAWKEYE ((20 OL Pfcg.) CHOPPED
to serve a of your Answer
laxative, hurry to
MOODTS PBAHMACT or Pleading copy h. Complainton BIG 20 0:. EVERFRESH SIRLOINS OF BEEF
the Plaintiffs attorney,
old 41 tablet oca yttr.tor 7)e. Orer 1.000.IM P. O. BOX: rumiDA* lBtrNNEUU BREAD 2u ,..43e PATTIES 89eYSSSSSSSSSSS

and Die the orlrlnal Answer or
Pleading In the eMee ef be Clerk : >>:.:.:.:y .y"/'h>>Y//---' =-/'' h-h'.x.y".JY/JY"/.o:
of the Circuit Coirt on or before

JOHNSTON'SrLAGLEX the If Uth you day fall of to October do so. Judgment 1114. 50 FREE I 50 FREE \ 50 FREETOP
BEACH BZALTT CO.LOTS by default will Ve taken against
HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, Complaint.you for the relief demanded] la the VALUE STAMPS g TOP VALUE STAMPS F TOP VALUE STAMPS

WATER FRONT AnIS, Done and Ordered at ftannelLnortda. With PurchaM of
Ul Hth day of tfeptember. g With purchase of 0 With Purchase of
ACREAGE etrt'\llt. ItU"Court .at Twin Pkg. Everfreh g5 Lb. Bag Family Cut-upg $5.00 or Mora Food
!.. na for you real estate need r.. A.. allt'TIlE. Clerk Potato Chip 8 Fryen g Order

I Office Plume HE 92342 \4'Ireult,; Court YlertdaW nalrl.O..ty. ., Coupon Void After 8 Coupon Void After K Coupon Void After

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I I : Jlagler {I.::>each i I f FLAGLER FOOD STORE ,

HOUSE" meeting by Mrs. Robert McDan- : . .
FBPTA "OPEN ',1.11'' '" >,
I '., .' ., ,.
WAS HUGE SUCCESS iel, hospitality chairman, and I c.

'dent.Brst. Whitney, presi helpers.After the meeting all present i
( meeting of the Par- spent an enjoyable half hour!
ent Teacher Association with visiting each room, meeting new I RIGHTS
the salute to the Flag, follow. textbooks and equipment, visiting PRICES GOOD
ed by the devotional given by with their children's teach THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
Dr. Allen Reynolds.W. ers and viewing some of their September 17, 18, 19, 1964

E. Fennell, Jr., principal, children's class work.
was introduced who In turn Introduced The classrooms were all attractive .

the other teachers witha with unusual bulletin FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D U. S. CHOICE NATURALLY AGED
special welcome to Mrs. Jen board displays, unique and different .
nie Newell, new third grade in each room and desks RIB Lb.
teacher. Mrs. John Rice and with actual work done by each FRYERS Ib 29 I* O R STEAKS 89
Il Jimmy Crews, school board student. Some beautiful art CLUB
members, and Benton Clifton, work helped to add atmosphereto Limit 3 Please
supervising principal, were all each room.
welcomed by Mrs. Whitney.The The next meeting will be October
budget and the suggested 13th since this meetinghad ARMOUR STAR PURE PORKFRANKS
project for the year was accept. been delayed for two weeks.
ed. The project will be to pur. Also membership cards are Ib 49 SAUSAGE Lb. 49
chase any needed library, physi. available from Mrs. Charles
cal education and student pa. Meekins or from Mrs. J. D. Per-
trol equipment needed. ritt Everyone is urged to obtain PALM RIVER
The Halloween Carnival din. their cards early. LYKE'S SUGAR CREEK BONELESS
ner was set for Oct. 24th, 5 to 7
P.M. Mrs. Bill Tidwell Is chairman WOMAN'S CLUB TO Lb. $ 89
and Mrs. Clarence Weaveris MEET FOR LUNCHEONThe i'AC = PICNICS 3 Can 1
co-chairman. A ham dinner Flagler Woman's Club 0 N Ib 49
has been decided upon for this
will hold a covered dish lunch.
year. The Halloween Carnival
23, at 12:30P.
eon Wednesday Sept. :
will be on Oct. 31st and will be.
.M. at the clubhouse. All
gin at 3 P.M. with a parade. FOLGER'S MOUNTAIN GROWN HERSHEY'S
members asked to to
are come
Tentative new ideas for the car.
this luncheon and bring a covered
naval are a hayride around the
dish and there will be a COFFEE SUGAR
school grounds, pony rides, a
business meeting this
on pay
womanless wedding, and a
your dues day.
spook The room.room count was won by Wear a funny hat and a prize i:. 'O
will be given for the funniestor 1 Lb. 59 5'' g 39'
the sixth grade and refreshments
( most original) hat. Hostess. Can
were served during the
es will be Mrs. E. P. Fleurle and Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Charles Sindelar and guest
speaker will be Mrs. R. A. Collins
We ApologizeFor district director, from Or-
I mond Beach. OZ. CAN
the that

spread during Hurricane"Dora" Recent company of Dr. and PEACHES COCA COLA
Mrs. Allen Reynolds were Capt.
It rumored that and Mrs. William J. Broussardand
,i were was closed and that the we family enroute to Germany 21/a Size 00 ., ...a Ctn. Of
1road from Bunnell was from California and Mr. and 4 Cans $1 6 Cans 49"
closed neither Mrs. James K. Garrett and family .
was cor
enroute to Atlanta from Mi
rect. Instead we remained Limit 4 Cans Limit 2 Cartons
the ami. Capt. Broussard will be
.on duty throughout
storm serving any and all stationed with the Army in Ger
providing food and other many and Mr. Garrett is with 303 CAN SUN LITE
needs for those who remained Delta Airlines. Both Mrs. Brous. 300 CAN SWEET TREAT CRUSHED
the Beach and sard and Mrs. Garrett are sisters .
at to Dr. Reynolds. TOMATOES 8FOr$100 For $4 00
to many public sere PINEAPPLE 5
ants giving their all for
The Flagler Woman's Club
We apologize for the will sponsor the Birthday Calen. FOODS
shortage of some supplies I dar this year, and they ask that
partly because our drivers you Include your families' 8 OZ. RICH'S CHOIECLAIRS FRESH PRODUCE -

were told by unauthorized names as well as your neighbors Each
persons they could not de. and friends. Mrs. Flossie 49
liver to the Beach as lateas Halnes Is the name chairmanand FLAME RED TOKAYGRAPES
Friday afternoon. Mrs. Marie Brede Is the ad Lb.

Thanking one and all chairman.Mr. 6 OZ. MINUTE MAID ORANGE 19

for your patience. and Mrs. R. K. Hirst had DELIGHT 6 For $100
FLAGLER FOOD STORE as their house guests last week JONATHON
Flagler Beach FloridaP. her sister, Mrs. Mary Spratt of
Arlington, Va., and her niece APPLES 4
S. All deliveries have and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. DAIRY .39'
now been made. James McCain of McLean, Va.

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::: MARY E. SMITH :..:: Twin Pak Everfresh S (4) Light Bulbs, More Food or
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PR F SO7A1S r I RIB TIPS 5 lbs. $1 ,

Z / j PIG TAILS *. $I '

HOG MAWS Sibs. $1 I

MEETS TONIGHT I recently moved to DeLand wherehe i Ibs.Ibi..
WITH MRS. McDANIELThe has been assigned to the HAM
Friendly Circle of the, Highway Patrol Headquarters of.j; U. S. D. A. CHOICE HOCKS 3 $1

Methodist Church will meet with flee. He has served as Highway
Mrs. Bette McDaniel tonight fora Patrolman here several years. CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
business and social meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis
Members are reminded of the
into their home on
have moved
shower for the church kitchen.

Mrs.time Julia in Harvey Mount is Dora spendingsome visit. home the Chapel corner from St of Mrs.They Lambert Lizzie purchased Ave.SeDessie.Mr. and the. Round Bone ROAST Ib. 59*

ing with her brother and sisterin
law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rog and Mrs. John Seay have
moved into the former Hal Lee

ers.FINESSE CLUB MEETS home on East Moody Boulevard. CHUCK STEAK lb. 53

here this week with
WITH MRS. McCOY Visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chambersare Small
;| Meaty Lean WeaternSPARE
The Finesse Bridge Club met]I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
with Mrs. Millie McCoy Monday RIBS ,490 PORK STEAK
evening. High score winners for B. Stickney of St Petersburg. ,b ,tb 49c
They are enroute home after
the evening were Mrs. Gail Kelley spending the summer In the Armour Star (Sliced Free) Choice Juicy

worth.and Mrs. Frances Wads New England States. SLAB BACON n,490 BRISKET STEW 3 lbs IOO

The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Wadsworth. Fresh Fla. Grade "A" D & D (CUT TO ORDER)
I would like to thank all my
BAND PARENTS MEETINGThe friends and neighbors for their
Bunnell School Band Parents many kind acts of sympathy at
planned to hold a rummage the loss of my father. These have lb. 29Our
sale on September 24. Anyone meant much to us and our appreciation mlb3
having rummage donations are cannot be adequately
asked to contact Bette McDaniel expressed.Mrs. .
or Evelyn Cook. i \VInnell Improta & FamilySubscribe

Mrs. Cook also named a Uniform Our Value 303 Can EVAPORATED Tall Can
Committee to begin secur
ing information on Band Uni I TOMATOES 8 Jl00 MILK I 8 Ji00Columbui
forms. They will make a reportin ALL KINDD ci 'toptrt
the near future. I
Committee members include O'Sage (with Snaps) 303 Can
Pearl Blakely, Peggy Worley,I MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
Margaret Taylor, Etta Peterson,I
Joe Seale, and Ted Hein. Q COFFEE

I CountyPEACHES No. 2Vi Can
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Deen had Ib
as their house .guests over the ARIL ttlYniidsalwGaucu 4 for'l00 1 Tin 580
weekend Mrs. Deeri's mother,I r
Mrs. Alvah Lewis of Starkevllle, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Miss. Accompanying her here.I Swift's 4 oz. Can
were her grandson, Bo Lewis, : Vienna SAUSAGE 4 Eo100
and Miss Edwina Wallace.

A. M. McDaniel left Tuesday I '
to enter the Veterans HospitalIn I Borden's (Choc. Straw. Vanilla)
Lake City where he will go .
through the clinic. r rI MILK SHAKES 2 canl3ge
Randy Morris left Tuesday to
return to Bowling Green, Ky., to 3 Tin tb SSe
resume his studies at Western _
Kentucky, after a short visit -
here with his parents, Mr. and I 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Walter Morris. Singleton DREADEDSHRIMP 10 ox. pkg.
Mose Atkinson of Mather Air "- FRESH PRODUCE I Each 49C
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ing a furlough here visiting i to The y--191.r Tribune U. S. No. 1POTATOES -.-....
with his family. I S&50 A Year In Advance

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YVONNE* CARLO I (1) 3 tb can Wilson's (2)) Pr. Morpul $5.00 or More Food
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Brenda Murray Johnny Seale, Jack Wetherington. IN TUB:! CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

VDeacli Buttnell Jtufi I Heidi Eisenbach, Victor Hall, The next meeting will be SHVHWTII FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUITOF FOR

{llagfe,. I II sty NewS Shirley Townsend. Members called to discuss this year's social PLAGLKR IN CHANCERY COUNTY.NO. 40.12 FLORIDA.

I from last year are: Jack Abbott, activities and service proj UNITED BONDING INSURANCE
COMPANY an Indiana corpora-
(Continued from page 4) LIBRARY CLUB NEWS Ida Allen, Albert Johnston, Steve ects.Jack onFIr rlzed to do business
Catherine Stanish andI Wetherlngton Reporter. In ,
I Neely,
The first meeting of the 1964. j I Plaintiff.
Club was called to I .
65 Library ARTHUR I. WILEY

Sunday school Is at 9:45: A.M.and 'order by Ida Allen, last year's I TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF I and
morning worship is at 11 o' secretary and this year's president CIIANCBHY NO. 4V>> TEXACO WILEYefendanta..


pastor. Training Union at 6:45: The officers for the coming LA'NONOTICH -. ROAD SERVICE I San Red Francisco Cloud, I CaliforniaCPO Corps

and evening worship at 7:45.: year are: Ida Allen, president; ROBERT Defendant Light Mechanical Work 358

The Carol Choir meets at 6 Buzzy McKnight, vice president; THE STATE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND, TO: Phone 437.3<<1 Bunnell i! DefendantYOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

P.M. each Tuesday evening. Brenda Murray, secretary; Mike 747 ROBERT 10th Avenue LANG -se. has that been a suit filed to foreclosure against you mortgage by the

Church, treasurer; Brenda Aaron, New York City, New York IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT or TilE above named Plaintiff In the above
You are hereby notified that a Itf ANI FOR FLAGLER COUIVHKVKXTH fUt; The real Uff
COMMUNITY CHURCH historian; Tom McDaniel, parliamentarian suit hal been filed agatnat you In JUDICIAL CIRCUIT foreclosed is described: as
; Jack Wetherington, the above entitled cause; and you TV FLORIDA LAW NO. 910 follows:
are hereby required answer STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT Lot 18 of Baxley Subdivision, as
Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M. reporter.The with the kt"orlhr.o'go OF FLORIDA, an Agency of the per Plat of said Subdivision on
and to serve a copy thereof upon the State of Florida. file In the Office of the Circuit
with classes for all Mom. club members are:
ages. new the plaintiff or plaintiff's attoney, Petitioner Court of Flagler County Florida -
Ing worship Is at 11 o'clock with Brenda Aaron, Mike Church, whose name and address Is: v. In Plat Book 6, at Page 2,
SAMUEL V. HOLCH HELEN FIELDS, et al, Including all Improvement and
Rev. R. W. Dlckert, pastor. Tom McDaniel, Buzzy McKnight, 110 North 3rd Street Defendants appurtenances thereto.
Palatka. Florida YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
NISI copy of your answer or other
not later than October 1, A. D. 1964.
METHODIST CHURCH If you fall to do so. decree pro NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN pleadings, upon the Plaintiffs attorneys -
PROCEEDINGS : Helen Tanos Hope and
O. T. ALFORD confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the IN THE NAME AND BY THE Alice B. Vance, 605 Biscayne Building -
Church school is at 9:45: A. M. Registered bill of complaint. The nature of UTHOIUTY OF THE STATE OF 19 West Flagler St., Miami I,
said ault being for divorce. }LOUIDA. Florida, and file the original with
The adult class which began the clerk of the above entitled
WITNESS hand and .eal of
i Real Estate Broker my TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON.
Court, on or before the 8th day of
said Court this 1st day of Septem-
last Sunday meets at the homeof CERN. and to all persona and parties October, 1964. otherwise a default
ber A. D.
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoov Bunnell, Florida (Official Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE titter. claiming Interest or estate having any right, will be entered against you.
said mortgage or DATED AT Bunnell. Florida
Clerk of Circuit Court
er. The minister, Rev. Reynold .'1'NaWN' Sept. 3-10-17-24-4tc other lien to or on that certain Flagler County this 8th day ol

11 o'clock. __ ___ ___ u___ ____ __ parcel of land hereinafter decrlbed September, 1084.
Hoover, preaches at and the following persona, E. A. SMYTHS
together with all unknown per- Clerk of the Circuit Court
The adult choir meets each ons claiming by. through or under Published in: The Flagler Tribune
Wednesday at 6:30: P. M. and the FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT known persons who are dead, Dates: Sept 10. 17. 24. & Oct. 1-4tc
or who are not known to be dead
Chapel Choir at 3:30: P.M. on or alive: NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION

Thursday afternoon.The AMBULANCE Geraldeen Tidwell WHEREAS the Legislature of
Adress Unknwn 963.. under the Constitution of 1885
I PHONE VAlley 4 1625 SRD NO. 102.1 of the State of Florida did pass
Methodist Youth Fellowship Harry Byron Tldwell Joint Resolutions proposing amend
SERVICE Address Unknown ments to the Constitution of the
meets at 6:30 P.M.
: STi AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA BUD No. 102.1 State of Florida and they were
Sunday evening in the church. agreed to by a vote of threoflfthsof

Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We STATE SECTION ROAD 73001-2401-2402 9 FLAGLER house.the The members votes elected of said to Joint each

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hart are always at your service with promptness, safety and SRD COUNTY NO. 102.1 DESCRIPTION RIGHT OF WAY Resolutions respective Journals were entered, with upon the their yeas

LIMITED ACCESS and nays thereon, and they did determine -
left Wednesday for Anniston, I experience. That part of: and direct that the said
The SEK softh Section Township Joint Resolutions be submitted to
Ala., to spend the winter. Equipped With Resusitator and Inhalator I 11 rtzh East, the electors of the State of Floridaat
lying within 150 feet of the survey the General Election on Novem-
line of State Road 9 (1-95), ber 3, 1964.
Section 73001 said survey line described NOW THEREFORE I, TOMADAMg
Brownie Troop 702 will meet Garcia Funeral HomeP. as follows: Secretary of State of the
Commence on the South line of State of Florida do hereby give
at the Community Memorial E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director aid Section 32 at a point S69.48 notice that aGENERAL
feet West of the
Church at 3:30: Monday afternoon Southeast corner ELECTIONwill
hereof, thence South 1820'19 be held In each County In
Mrs. Kay Kaumman said. LADY ASSISTANT ; East 200 feet to the Point of Beginning Florida on the first Tuesday after

VnAftrtAftWWWVflJWAWVmake JV\.rJ'.."...........?'..,/'...........,/f, thence North 1820'19 the first Monday In November
--- -- West 5761.11 feet to the North line which date is V 1964,
of said Section S3 at a point 2049.65 for the ratification or breiJetlo of
feet West of the Northeast corner the said Joint Resolutions proposing -
thereof. amendments to the Constitution -
I of the State of Florida via:
.' Containing 19.28 acres, more or NO. 1
k 6-X (63)
,, grand and Husband VII OF TUB CONSTITU-
wife Ida Mae Tldwell: OF THE FLORIDA
you new set a well; Maggie M. Tidewell Be It Resolved By The LegislatureOf
Eatman and husband the State of Florida 1 :
I Wlllard Eat. That the following amendmentof
man: Tom C. Tldwell Article VII of the Constitutionof
James O. Tldwell and Florida is agreed to and shall
wife Annette 'rid.well' be submitted to the electors of
',w William this state for ratification or rejection -
ton Tldwell and : at the general election of
Edith Tidwell: Marion 1964.
Clinton Fields and ARTICLE VII
James Brewer Tld Section 1. COMPOSITION OF
well and wife Betty THE LEGISLATURE. -The legislature
Tldwell; Marlel M. of the State of Florida shall
I II T 1 d well Thompson consist of a senate and a house of
I and husband, Frank representatives. Members of the
Thompson: Harry Byron senate shall be elected for a term
Tldwell and wife, of four (4) years and members of
Oeraldeen Tidwell; the house shall be elected for a
Thomas Jackson Tld (2) years. The term
well and wife Frank- tre fbe\oof the legislature: shall
le Left Tld well; Frances expire on the first Tuesday after
Marlon 11'idwellCapp the first Monday In November In
and husband each regular election year. Members
I Eddie Capps; Barbara of the senate and house of representatives
Tldwell Cone and hus shall be elected as pro
band. Duane Cone; vided by law. Any new county that
..wt Anne Tldwell: Belle may be created shall be entitledto
Tldwell; Clinton one (1) member In the houseof
r Fields and any unknown
t representatives In excess of any
heirs devisees, limit prescribed In the following
and/or other claimants sections of this article until the
under said W J. next r rt nm thecounty
Tldwell.! deceased. shall be : ''l'n:3d
Y ou. and you are herebycommanded created to a senatorial district
: eocna a.
by filing. an determined by the legislature.
t Answer to the Petition heretofore Section. 2. SENATE APIXUITION-
I filed In this cause In the entitled MENT. The legislature shall
Court on or before October 7. 19(4 divide the state Into forty-two (42)
to show what ,
right title Interestor senatorial districts with only one
lien you or any of you. have
I (1) senator elected in each district
and to the above-described lands. : except there shall be two (2)
and show cause why the same senators elected from the most
should not be taken for
the uses populous county the additional
and purposes set forth In the Petition senator being assigned the number
flled herein.
forty-three (43). The
WITNESS my hand and Seal of 42) districts shall be forty-two
said Court this 25th d of AuCleric apportionedamong
on y the several counties
of the
". '
cu.t. A.F.D.A."SYTIiFI state ao aa to provide equitable rep.r..entatlon

of the Circuit Court. based upon similar eco
nomic Interests
In and for Flagler County, geographic ar..aand
population. !:
Vlorld& Every district shall
(SEAL) consist of contiguous counties, and
JAMES J. RICHARDSON no county may be divided In creating .
HOLLAND BUILDING a senatorial district except
Mow we old set Into the kids room or den for added HARMONY OF TALLAHAR8.COUNSEL FLORIDA FOR PETITIONERS.Aug. Section I. REPRESENTATION IN

27 Sept. 1-10-17-4109liglrr THE HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES
IN THE HOME. Itepresentatlon In the
house of
representatives shall con-
There's no TV like today superb Color TV. Pricea start lower consist of one hundred twelve 1112)
representatives which shall be ap

than ever now. . and It cost you leas to enjoy. Because the recent m t OJribunr I portioned the method among of equal toe counties proportions by:

makes the price paid that is. each county shall
$10 mllllon rate reduction now average per nVNNRLL, FLORIDA representative and the remaining have one

residential kilowatt hour 31% LESS than It was 10 years ago. representatives I shall be assigned
to the counties In proportion to
MRS. K.D. FULLER. Editor population. 1"" population. of the
) I respective counties for the pur
tameles.s.L poses of this section shall be con.
'Mtard P f,HNNNN.NN.NN. Del..ate4 OflrUI l'dtkatl.. Stat.fined to and citizens shall not of Include the United for

...HQW, CMHH TMA* IytRi fer r. lle 1'1...... .( Flask lgn born persona who have not
became naturalised.
OaMy. ...Id........ tfcereU Section 4. The legislature
For tt*fert to Aam faldbiaAlfl1...nty dU lisps J... shall
AMFUtoffe,Saw lI..n.w Color TV. SES YOUR DEALER.FLORIDA sad the State ef n..... the reapportion house and senate representation at the 1171 of
regular session of the legislature
and every tea (II) years there
Eatered aa second class matter after tweed upon tbe preceding
"I latest federal decennial
p February IX lilt at the poatoOc Section I. census.ef this
at Buaaell. Florida. under act of joint unconstitutional
t or null and void then
March .. 1171.On the entire revolution shall be null
void and Inoperative.NO. .


I POWER 81*: month r._--tL2S A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing

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(Continued from page 6)an anticipated revenues to be derived called by the county commissioners the CoBitltutton of the state" ; of trlbuted to such county a* here
amendment to Article XVI from the licensing of motor vehicles of Taylor county upon the re- Florida pros 3Ig an additional in provided but not
at ctejator
Section ? of the State Constitution provided for In this amendment qu r.ruuon county board of pub method of remtitff or amending rat of Interest than said bonds
relative to the length of and to enter Into any covenants lic which election shall the Constitution.BE now bear and to Issue sell
and other with b* held within
agreements sixty (60) days after
term of officer IT RB8OLVED by the Legislature exchange on behalf of
the holders of such bonds or mo- the and the result thereof
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE 'I tor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall determine whether subsection of the State of Florida: or unit for the sole pufpo** of
LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE at the time of the issuance (1) shall b* effective in said That the amendment to Article retiring said bonds Issued by such
OF FLORIDA: thereof concerning the security county. XVII of the Constitution of Florida county, or special road and bridge
by adding thereto a section to be district, or other special taxing
That article XVI. section 7 of thereof and the lfh'\I of (3) Should the county adopt the numbered HctlOl'AI set forth district thereof, gasoline or other
the holders thereof all ,
the Florida constitution be amended provisions of
subsection fuel
(1) hereof below la agreed to and shall b* anticipation certificates
and shall
as set forth below and that said covenants constitute legally agreements binding and Irrevocable It its after four (4) years return submitted to the electors of Florida I bearingtax Interest at not mor* than
resolution be sumbltted to the electors to former status and three
re for ratification or rejection at per annum in
of Florida for ratification or I contracts with such holders ject the provisions of this section the general election to be held In such JenomlnaUon. and maturing
rejection at the general election to and shall be fully enforceableby by the same procedure outlined November 1964.SECTION : I at such time within the ...yenty"v.
be held In November 1964: such holders in any court of In subsection
U) hereof for adopting i 4. Additional Method year C7 6) period as the board
Section 7. TERMS OF OFFICES competent Jurisdiction. the provisions thereof In the of Revising of Amending Constitution may determine. In addition to exercising -
No such bonds or motor vehicle beginning
CHEATED BY LEGISLATURE.The .- the powers now provided
As a method of revisingthe
legislature shall not create any tax anticipation certificates shall (4) In the event a referendum entire constitution of Florida, by. statute for the Investment of
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
than I until after the adoption of a resolution the method of the sinking funds
longer four ( ) years except Issuance selecting a county or amending any portion or created for said
membership on the board charged requesting the superintendent the Incumbent shall of bonds any county or special
board of portions it. either branch of the AnoJ
with responsibility for college. I thereof by the county be permitted to serve the legislature, at any regular session, road bridge district, or other
and universities (not including I public Instruction of the countyon der of the term of otnc remain-I' or at any special or extraordinary unit hereunder, to purchase thematured
Junior colleges) which terms may I behalf of which such obligations he was duly; elected or session called for may or maturing bonds participating
be extended by the legislature to are to be Issued. The state tr resolution herein of any other county
propose by joint a revision
not more than nine U) )'eara.NO. I I board amount of of education such bonds shall or motor SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION. of the entire constitution or or bridge any district other' special or other road and

S vehicle tax anticipation certificates NO. 268 a revision or amendment of any special
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION portion or portions thereof and district thereof provided
which can be issued on behalf of A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan direct that as to saM matured bonds, the
NO. 218 may and provide for an
to seventy-five percent
county value
any amendment to Article XVI election thereof as an Investment
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing (75%)of the amount which it determmlnes of the Florida Constitution re thereon. Shall h.. the helm nalit th..r.'nr
an amendment to subsections (a) can be serviced by the revenue the location of the seat If the joint resolution I I. adopted' which shall not -exceed; the par-
and (b) of Section 18, Article I accruing to the county under the laU'tfcto : adding Section by vote of three fifths (3/5) of the value plus accrued Interest, and
XII of the Constitution of Flor- provisions of this amendment, and 1A, providing ntior means to Insure members elected to each house that said Investment shall bear Interest
ida relating to the use of part such determination shall be con- continuity of Stat and Local the yeas and nays shall be enteredupon l at the rats of three per cent
of the revenue derived from the I clusive. All such bonds or motor Governmental operations In their respective journals, and (3) per annum.
licensing of motor vehicles forcapital vehicle tax anticipation certificatesshall d the proposed revision or amendment .
> of resulting t i
( outlaand debt service be Issued In the name of the Fri! disasters cause by enemy shall be submitted to the said board shall annually -
and other school purposes.BE state board of education but shall attack. electors of the state for ratifica use said funds In each
IT RESOLVED BY THE be Issued for and on behalf of tion or rejection at the next general county account first to pay current -
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legls- principal and Interest
the board of public Instruction election held than matur-
LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE county Inutre of the State of more seventy ing, If f
there- Florida: said bonds and gasoline
OF FLORIDA; requesting the issuance (TO) days after the adoptionof I: other
following amendmentof or fuel tax
of and election or of the resolution unless
approval by vote
That the following amendment to noel or freeholders Article XVI of the Florida Constitution of three fourths (14) of the mem certificates of such county or speclal
subsections (a) and (b) of section shall be required for the Issuance by adding section 1A Is bets elected to each house, the road and bridge district, or
IS, article XII of the Constitution thereof I agreed to and shall be submittedto U shal for sub other special taxing district thereof
of Florida is hereby agreedto I the electors of the state for mission at a special provide election at ; second, to establish a sinking
and shall be submitted to the NO. 4 I ratification or rejection at the general earlier date. Th* secretary of state an fund account to meet future ccquirements -
electors of the state for ratification COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR election held In November, shall cause notice of the proposed of said bonds and gasoline
or rejection at the next general HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. : 1964: revision or amendment and of the or other fuel tax anticipation
election to be held In November 323 SECTION IA. Continuity of gov. date of the election thereon to be certificates where It appears the
1964: A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan ernment. urI I In order published twice In one newspaper anticipated Income for any year or
Section 18. SCHOOL BONDS FOR amendment to Article XII to insure continuity of state In. each county In which a newspaper years will not equal scheduled
CAPITAL OUTLAY INSURANCE.a Section 6 of the State Constitution and local governmental operationsIn Is published, the first pub. payments thereon; and third any
- ( ) Beginning January 1, 1965 ; authorizing Principal of periods of emergency resulting lication to be not more than ten remaining balance out of the proceeds
and for thirty-nv (35) years thereafter State s to be expended I from disasters caused by enemyattack (10) or less than eight (8) weeks said taxes of said shall' two during\ of
for on behalfof shall have the power and before the election and the second monthly the
the first proceeds of the revenues -
the licensing State institutions of Higher the Immediate duty (1) to provide to b* follows remitted I by said board as
derived from
weeks Rater fir.tleast not loss : Eighty per cent (50( *
for to
Junior Colleges and )
of motor vehicles to the extent Learning Including I prompt temporary succession th* the
to comply with the and CapitaOutlay for to the powers and duties of h f'nk four (4) \.anef the Stat Road Department for the
provisions construction
Public Schools. public offices, of whatever nature or reconstruction
of this amendment, shall, election. If the proposed revisionor
stat roads and
as collected be placed monthly in BE IT R S the Legislature : and whether filled by election' or amendment receives the favorable county, or for the lease the
the county outlay anddebt of kEtllat of Florida: ; appointment, the Incumbents of vote of a majority of the elec chase f.b or pur
service school l fund In the That article XIi section S of the which may become unavailable forcarrying lots voting thereon, It shall take highways within\ the connecting stat
state and used only as on the powers and dutiesof effect at noon on the first Tuesday county, and
:treasury Florida Constitution be amendedas such ofllces, and (2) to twenty per cent ((30%) to the
d adopt after the first Monday of the
distributedSn set forth below and that said Hoard of County Commissioners
lirbe such other benecessary of
measures as
may January following the election If
revenue the such
amendment be submitted to county for
use of roads and
nually among the several counties electors of Florida for ratificationor I proper for Insuring voted upon In a general election, bridges therein
In the ratio of the numberof elec- ; the continuity of governmental op and on the sixtieth I (60) day afterthe
rejection at the general 'erations.. In the exercise of the electon (d) Said hoard shall have the
Instruction units In each coun- If voted upon tn a special
tion to be held In November, 1114:
ty In each year computed as pro I. powers hereby conferred the legls- election, or In either case on power to make and enforce all
vided herein. The amount of the Section 6. PRINCIPAL OF STATE ature shall In all respects conform any date designated therein.NO. rules and regulations necessary to
first revenues derived from the SCHOOL FUND TO REMAIN INVIOLATE : to the requirements of this Constitution !- the full exercise of the powers
licensing of motor vehicles to be ; EXCEPTION.The I. except to the extent that In 13 hereby granted and nq legislationshall
so set aside In each year and distributed principal of the state school fund the Judgment of the legislature so HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION:. b* required to render this
as provided herein shall shall remain sacred and Inviolate to do would be Impracticable or NO. 921 amendment of full fore and op-
be an n In the aggregate except only that the principal of would admit of undue delay. A JOINT RESOLUTION: proposing' rating effect from and after Jan
: the product of four hun such taug may b"be :rtnd for NO. 8 an amendment to Article IX, Section continue, im, The Legislature shall
dred dollars $400.00) multipliedby t1 on HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION i6. of the Constitution of the levels I of said taxes
the total number of Instruction Institutions of higher learning including NO. MS the Stat of Florida relating to during the life of this Amendment
units In all the counties of junior colleges, and capi- A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing i taxation and finance by extending and shall I not exact any law hav:
Florida. The number of Instruction tal outlay for public schools.NO. an amendment to Article IV: Sec- the period of time coveredby log the effect of withdrawing theproceeds
unit. In each county in each S lion 26 of the Constitution of IX. Section 16, of said Iwo cents (Ic) of
purposes I HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. :. Florida relating to the duties of tli' .n II'I. 2018, said l taxes from the operation of

amendmoent shall be the greaterof 1045 the commissioner of agriculture: I BE IT RMHOLVMD by thAt legislature this amendment. The board shall'
(1) the number of instruction A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing:l eliminating his supervision over of the State of Florida pay refunding expenses and other
units In each county for the school an amendment to ; I matters pertaining to public That Article IX Section 16, of expenses for services rendered spm-
fiscal year 1951-& computed In I the State Constitution adding a Panda' I the Stats Constitution b* amended rlflcally for, or which are properly
the manner heretofore providedby Section to be numbered by the BE IT RESOLVED by the Iglslatur as follow Is hereby agreed to I chargeable to, the account
general law, or (2) the number Secretary of State relating to the of the Stat of Florida: I land shall bit submitted to the elseorrstejeclioln |10f any county from funds dlstrlb-
of Instruction units In such election or appointment of Superintendent -. That the following amendment to ratification I to such county: but general
'county for the school fiscal year of Public Instruction Article I IV. Section 26 of the Florida \ at a the general election expenses of the board for ..
computed in the manner heretofore In Escambla, Lake. Martin, Constitution Is agreed to and uf November 1961HHCT10N I rendered all the counties dike
provided or hereafter by general Okeechobee Palm Beach Putnam shall be submitted to the electorsof shall be. prorated among them and
o by the state boardof and Seminole Counties.BE the' state' for ratification or rejection 16 Board of administration basis out of said! funds on time mama
education (hereinafter I called the IT RESOLVED by the Legislature at the general election held I ; gasoline ant Ilk. taxes, said tax proceeds are dis
state board) or (3) the numberof of the Stat of Florida: In November 1964: distribution and use; etc -- tributed among the svral countle -
instruction{ units In each That article XII of the Florida Section 2*. Commissioner of (a) That beginning January 1st I .. provided, report of maid .x.
county on behalf of which the Constitution be amended as set agriculture!, duties, etc.-The commissioner 1943, and tar .."."ty.ftu years ... shall be made to each llegulcr -
state board of education has issued forth below and that said resolution of agriculture I I shall perform (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 I1w.!1 cents (3c> gallon of the the legislature' may limit the exixnses -
certificates under this Florida for railfcation or rejection as may be prescribed by I total tax levied r.r.t law upungasoline i, of the board.
amendment which will produceeuiliclent at the general election to law. He shall also have I and other like products
revenues under this be held In November. 1964. ion of the state prison .u1.rvl".1 of petroleum, now known as the i HOUHM NO. IS
amendment to equal one and one- I Section County superintendentof perform such other duties Hvroml las Tax, and upon other 1 JONINT1011e11N01UTIONA 1
third (1 1/3) times the aggregate public Instruction; appointmentIn be prescribed by law fuels used to propel motor vehicles JOINT ItrlfVoumON
amount of principal and Interest shall, collected b : pwwtjnsr
certain counties NO. i as placed monthly
an amendment to Article Sec
X. (

on such bonds or motor vehicletax (1) The county superintendent of SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION I I In the "Mtate. toad Distribution lion 7 of the mats Constitution
anticipation certificates which public Instruction shall be appointed NO. 10X1 Trust Fund' In the Hint Treasury I relating to homestead lIIufM Uun.
will mature and become due in by the county board of public A JOINT RESOLUTION propos 'i and divlded i: Into three II) equal HH( IT JIKHOLVKW) by th* legislature | -
such year computed In the manner I Instruction In the counties of Es Ing an amendment to Article. XVI :i, parts which shall be distributedmonthly of the mat of Florid*:
heretofore or hereafter pro ramble Lake Martin, Okeechobee of the Constitution of Florid by among the several counties MHCTION 1. That the airwMp.nt
vided by general law and approved I'alm Beach Putnam and Seminole adding a section to b* number-i, a* follow.' on* |>art accordIng i Article X. Section 7 .f the tfiri -
by the state board. wherein the proposition Is affirmed ed by the secretary<< of stat auI I tn area., one part according i IloJ. Constitution as st forth below"
Such funds so distributed shall by a majority vote of the quail- thorlxlng civil trial. In branch ,, to population and one part accordIng II. agreed lo and shall b* submit
be administered by the state boardas fled electors of any such county courthouse In Da<1* county to the nountles' contributions I I ted to the electors of Florida for
now created and constitutedby making the office of county superintendent BE IT RHSOLVRD by the Legla- to the cost of slat road construction ,, ratification or rejection at the .enleral -
section 3 of article XII of the of public Instruction ap latur of the State of Florida' I In the ratio of distribution election to b* held In Novem
Constitution of Florida. For the pointive. .. That an amendment to Article as provl'j_ I. ,In Chapter IMIt. I ber. ll.4MMTTIUN
purposes of this amendment said 1 (Z) The board or PUbliC instruction I XVI of the Florida Constitution' by Laws of Florida. Acts of nUt and 1 X
state board as now constituted I of the county must requestan : adding the section set forth below ;: for the purpose the the apportionment AII7ICLtI of homestead
shall continue as a body corporate election, which may special to be numbered by the secretary i based on counties' contribution from taxationilv.ry
during the life of this amend- election or may be otte. ballot i of stat 'Is to, and that I for the cost of roadconstruction legal title bene Mr-
ment and shall have all the powers I of any regular primary or general I said amendment a'li\ submitted I the amount of the :;r.ftl: .Tntt
provided in this amendmentIn election to be designated by I to the electors of ratification I contributions established by th* erty In thisnslatelntuwhoIrelitis.
addition to all other constitutional the board of public Instruction I II or rejection c.rtldtt.f: "certificate mad In 1131 pursuantto Ihemnn and In good faith make
and statutory powers related and upon such timely request the i election to be held In November.1M4 said 1'l: .deemed IS6M, shall betaken Ih* same his ur her permanent
to the purposes of this board of county commissioners of i I and conclusive In home, ur the permanent horne
amendment heretofore or hereafterconferred I such county will call such special SECTION' -, Civil! trial. In I the monthly amountsdistributable r.noth'r or others |**
upon: said board.b election or cause to b* placed on branch courthouses In Dade county I I according to said I naturally ,.' d. upon 1YtI\ or
( ) The board shall. In addition the ballot at such other election Civil: trials may be held as 1 contributions. Much funds so dls- ( son shall be sntlllad to r-
to Its other constitutionaland I the proposition whether subsection provided by law In hrsnch courthouses ;;, trlbuted shall administered by an ex
statutory powers, hare the 1 shall be effective In such county In any municipality within 1 the mate Hoard of Administration I I dui riieimonliiltiaip.vlRlebMitlit.

management, control and supervision (3) county o Dad county The clerk of any < as hereinafter provided .. up to the assessed valuation
of the proceeds of the first pr ..lcfnof subsection (I) hereof court the .hI'rlffh and any other I I (b Slats Governor as chairman, r five thousand dollars lft.000.001
part of the revenue derived from may after four return to Its court n aald county, i I the Treasurer and the mate I on said horn and contiguous real
the licensing of motor vehiclesprovided former status a d.reJ the provisions I shall maintain such ofries within Comptroller shall constitute a body as defined In
for In subsection (a). Th. of this section by the earn I such municipality, and have available I corporate to b* known as the jHecilon I property 1. of the Constitution Article X,
state board shall also have power procedure outlined In subsection such official books and records ]I'Htat* Hoard of Administration I i I and
for the of obtaining funds !, which hoard shall .. all .j.J"atltl thereafter, pro-
purpose (2) hereof for adopting the provisions therein a. may b* necessary < .UCte. to Sarasota
for the use of any county board thereof In th* beginning. to accomplish the purposes of this i the power control and authority I"I "* two thousand dollar.Oountr the
of public Instruction In acquiring, (4) In the vent a referendum amendment, provided that the prlnclpal i i lof the statutory Hoard of Admin of |h* (11.000-
building. constructing election results In a change In the offices of such clerks or oth- ,, istration, ffctl-1 Hoard shall have such shell ha taiabblerfur
improving, enlarging, furnishing, method of selecting a or equipping capital outlay projects the Incumbent shall from the (. b* conferred upon It by law the I lernptlon schwpl purposes shall th* ex
for school purposes, to issu; b* permitted: to serve the remainder countyIna; ; ; management control and supervision n,. thousand d apply to the next
bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation of the term of office to whlh HOt'BK JOINT HBKOLUTIO.MNO i fl.thtCjr. of said two school purposes eta.GOO.GO) for
certificates, and also to Issue I* rents and assessed

he was duly elected or appointed.NO. taxes all *'\&*tlon. Maid till/mar
such bonds or motor vehicle 6 A JOINT HRflOLUTlOV. relating to money and other assets whlth on by the be held
tax anticipation certificates to I the effective del.t this enllretle*. jointly, or In
pay I HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. the judicial department: proposing amend cvrnrnon with
fund or refund any bonds or mo 21M an amendment to subsectionI are applicable ur may beeoin I emption others, and said ex
tor vehicle tax anticipation certificates A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing ( ), Section 6. of article V of th* pllcable to the bond of the such!!: of may the apportioned among
theretofore Issued by saM an amendment to Article XII of Florida Constitution: Increasing several counties of this stat. or side thereon owners a. shall r..
state board. All such bonds shall I the Stat Constitution adding a the number of judicial circuits: any special road and bridge dis. shall a their' respectiveinieresis
bear Interest at not exceeding four Section to be numbered the preserving certain Judveshlpi.BK trict or other special taxing .- I appear, but no such
and one-half (44) per centum per Secretary of Stat relating bro the IT KrWOLVED by th* Leglslatur I rill thereof. Issued prior to July exemption 4,11.of ,"u,. than five then.
annum and shall mature seriallyIn election or appointment of superintendent of the let ale of Florida 1st IMI.I! for road .and bridge pur- I iiiXt <'ea.OOt.QQI shall Wi
annual Installments commencing -I. of public Instruction That the follewlajr amendment of herein The word .bo....." as axed HI. .tl to any on.
not more than three (I) years I :Taylor: county. subsection I1). HHCTION /. of arllrleV | shall Include bonds, nor shallone ClJ dwelling house
from the data of issuance thereofand I DFn IT RESOLVKD by the Legislature of the Constitution fit Ftor- warrants, nodes and other f"tI..1 motion amount of the ex
ending not later than thirty of the State of Florida: Ida Is agreed to and shall h* sub .f l Irvlebte4ns.. owed for reed th allowed any person .x
(30) years from the date of Issuance That an amendement to article 1tIte-I of this slat and bridge purpose b y any coun valua ( proportionate ass*.-if
or January 1. 2404. A. D, XII of the Florida Constitution by : :: or rejection at the | ty or special road anjt brMg 4 Is- 1 I owneA san LaNd un the Interut
whichever la earlier All such motor adding tb* section set forth belowto general election to bo held In November. i trial or other speeial taxing letare by such person' Tb. I. Imf
vehicle tax anticipation certificates h* numbered by the Secretary 1544.rATlO1t trot Otl&.t..ttwr on July 1st and mar Dreurlbbe a proprl+rle
shall bear Interest at not of fftat. Is agreed to and that I $ 6 Circuit fourts. or MlT tat...."'e I.... exceeding four and one-half HH, ) said amendment shall submitted IO JL'MCIAL OrVriTH. Tfc* **I4 Hoard ....1ha,. the m.ntt.r t .M ot .tabU.hlne lAe I.be
per centum per annual and shall to tho electors of FlorMa tor ratification ,legislature ..ay .........h not MON '' torr' ; .r: ienraoan4 I ; $ (.... --n,
mature prior to January 1, >M.. or rejection at tho gar.nlel.etlon than twenty (Ml u4lcial circuits, . BandTrv.tai: L.tOf'IM 10.This resolution shall
A. I>. The state board shall have to b* held In November, each compoeed of a es14 .1 Nt' a.....r.." /I&" hI 'I effective only. upon Its III""
power to determine all other details n. tlarooa cousjtle *. <>f tr."I: "I::* ....... ..... ..... .t.... I J fproYrl by a majority/ ..f th* fr-
of said bonds or motor vehicle I 8RTT1OX County superintendent than fifty thouemnd fll...*> Inhahl.tants. << tax anticipation certificatesand 1 t'P'lb Instruction, I *-or4Hiir tn Ih* laet ceiuaauthorised thereof with r.a-ard to said bond. to btt In Ihrra.lu
to sell at publU- sal after appointment In certain _nta.- rl l..w. .tlal' that the 'except that th* power to l levy I i tar County at the nut special ur sego
public advertisement or exchangesaid (1) Th county superintendent of count "t ,nr,.. ronHilub.ea. ad vslefean taxes la i xbrsslv MlJC/ONr election.
bonds or motor vehicle tax public InstrnctkMi shall h* appointed of the circuit provloed however. wltb..eM i.ttttm .alt Hoard.. >. and tkln bta 8. Nitaul4 thY resolubjr -
anticipation certificates. such by the eeeaty board *f pablte there shell hno redurtlse shall over paper. rejected the freeholeerountlfl
terrfl and conditions as open stats Instruction In Tylr aunty providing In the number of etrewtls Jw4fsreeMlaer lls A'Sf dt.! e?C f rnng the) (a Sarasota L then this '..*'
board shall provide I* affirmed In anr eoua tr former) apart I same % eht bare (he utln shall.
The stats board shall also have by a majority vote of the quail- ef a 4if4l rcelt. dnW, pea r**.? W". t*> Vim* ICt Lease h.y.IN TEHTIMONrVHKiiS8l':. 1
power to pledge for the paymentof fled electors of Taylor eeantymaking rlrcult I* hr. tea *,*at.d, 1'91..sta.t. b**,*. to mature wttlWa hereunto set ml' band ****
th* principal of sad InUrest on the offle of .o.atr super e4. changed .y .v11l.d.JIOUPFI I the saM .***.. '. 11"tteI the Or.at H al of the state
such bonds or motor v,hWle tax htten.s-nt of public InatnKtton sp. ( period. ft>r any *f saldyouhtin4.. Ofll'Jorlda at Tallahass. the &#I.
anticipation erttncats tn lu4- p4ntlv*. J J'JNtOIAmIN' !I or interest thereon. and the 'tilt ear of A**..1.
log refunding toads vt refaadlng in Te submit tIM propesltisp to se..."r. them by a pledge *f A. n. I'M.Thursday .
motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates contained! In subirtln (t) to the A JOIVT .. .4,1MM11W.fo4n t anlMpaled receipts from su.l, e.... TaU ADAMS
all or any pert from the electors a special election shall he mr 4sa *t to olln or other fuel tans to ..* c11.| 111:4Ll 11-11--1. tlecretarr t lIIa'OI

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I Happens II Ing off the surrounding bodiesof I
" Continued From Page 1 water.
r A Thunderstorm NEW FASHIONS
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i Thunderstorms are as common their families are invited to at I temporarily inflict, thunder- fire Insurance policies we write still give the same
r to Florida as sand and tend the meeting Monday nightat i I storms keep the state wetter and I II dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy addltional .
; saw.grass. They not only drench the Bunnell Civic Center. cooler than it would be other. coverage benefits-Home Owner's' Policy-at very
the ground and help keep lakes Light refreshments will be I wise. The yearly rainfall average little extra costRemember
full l, but also cool off hot, stifle served following the meeting.and for the Sunshine State is I
natural I H. T. Cook Agency is ready to
ing summer days with about 52 Inches, and afternoon help you !
air-conditioning. thunderstorms account for about take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361
occasionally fall to the or stop in soon for full details.H. .
Since Florida is a breeding ground as hail. eight inches per month from

ground for thunderstorms, many Lightning and of course, June to September. T. COOK AGENCY
residents probably wonder what thunder accompany all thunder Thunderstorms do not bring Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Flo.
causes the sudden clouding and storms. Lightning is a gigantic all hot weather rainfall to FlorIda
downpour of rain that can soak electrical spark jumping between Some is created by low
them before they have a chanceto concentrated areas of pos pressure areas, which slide in
open an umbrella. itive and negative- charges. from sea. However, low pressure
Keith Butson, state cllmatol Thunder Is the rapid expansionof areas, which brew up pro 24 HourWrecker
i ogist with the Florida Agricul air which is heated as a longed, drizzling weather, are Service
tural Experiment Stations, says 'lightning bolt cuts through the usually deflected from the state
that thunderstorms are a prod. atmosphere.Most by the repelling force of. the
uct of heat and moist air. They Bermuda High pressure area Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
the thunderstorms take placeon The Bermuda
occur most frequently during High sits in the
months of June through Sep summer afternoons when Atlantic east of the peninsula.A MASSEY-FERGUSON I
the earth's surface has warmedup.
tember. visible difference betweenthe Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
,' After the sun sets, storm
( Butson explains that as the two conditions is that a
chances diminish because of a VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
sun heats up the earth duringthe low.pressure area causes an
early part of a day, hot lack of sufficient heat to con overcast sky for extended periods Owner Bunnell, Florida
moist air rises in columns to vey air upwards.The of time. .
seasonal life of
form clouds at elevations of summer --
thunderstorms ends in
about 3,500 to 5,000 feet. ThisIs usually
known as convection. The air the early part of September for PU: X}::,::., .'.J.'i.;
most of Florida, while the period
is usually heavily laden with .
lingers into October around
moisture drawn from the on : .
F" '. ..
the lower east coast. During : .
Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic y.I
Ocean. this time of year, the sun startsto
travel southward for the win
The rising moist air quickly
ter and generates less heat at
cools, and begins to reach whatis .
the earth's surface.
called the "dew point. The .
Butson points out that Florida '"
"dew point" is the degree of

coolness humid air must reach averages more thunderstormdays I!_.______ ,,' ;.::,. a,
than other state. To
i Into before liquid.water vapor Water will beads condense or pinpoint It any more closely, the ;; ;;

r "sweat" appearing on the side highest number of storms in the :i ,
country are stirred in the
\ up
of a glass containing an iced
west.central part of the penin _
drink Is an example of this ,
sula. This frequency is largely .,:', y
phenomenon.So L
when the dew point is __ I :
: : ?
reached, water condenses into ; '
small droplets. These droplets- RENEW YOURORlYER' ;i' 1:

similar to those seen in fog- $LICENSE
form a cloud. If the cooling con. DURING YOUR
tinues, the water droplets grow BIRTH MONTHMILLER ___
In size and tall as rain when Ei ;

\ they become suspended too aloft.heavy to remain :.,.

The climatologist notes the

more water vapor present in air, ELECTRONICS ; -
the higher the dew point. 1744<< Ocean Shore Blvd. __
Inside a cloud formed by convection cy HERE'S
several things are hap. REPAIRS ON TV'S ,whriTi
pening. Air is still ascendingin WASHERSDRYERS
drafts and carrying water CHEVROLET'S
droplets higher into the atmos

phere. The dark clouds, or Call Collect 672-0377
thunderheads, sometimes extend I LONG
50,000 feet upwards. At this ALL WORK GUARANTEEDBLACK'S

height, the water droplets freeze

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more job-tailored components-trucks your Job will be easier than it's ever
penalty, must be paid on or before built to fit your business and budget. been before. If you're In the market,

And under those hoods you'll find Just get In touch with your dealer.

November I 1964.
Telephone. ..your Chevrolet dealer about-any-- type of truck

Mrs. Nancy Rodgers, Clerk



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