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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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54, NO. 1 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1966 $2.50 A YEAR



Special Meet THOMAS A. KAHLERTIS County Board I|I COMPANY TO SELL Missionary To


School Board PROMOTED TO Names No RoadSuperintendent I LEHIGH PLANTEOUIPMENT

FIRST LIEUTENANT :| Speak at Beach

Thomas A. Kahlert the of '[
Monday NightThe son
I S. T. Exley, representative of Memorial Church
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Kah II
Board of Public Instruc ; the International Fastener Research .
lert of Bunnell, has been promoted Although two applicationswere I -
tion held a special meeting to the rank of First Lieutenant received for the position of I Corporation of California : 1
Monday night to discuss with a f arrived here this week to openan
in the ROTC unit at Gordon road superintendent, the Board I
team of educators here to conduct office here.
Military College. of County: Commissioners took H'j'

a five-year projection of the I Rank In the Cadet Corps at these under study and agreed to I The Company Is taking over

school needs In this county. the Lehigh Cement Plant to dispose
Gordon is achieved by academic postpone appointing a superintendent 4I

Members of the survey team and military progress of the individual to a later date. of the plant equipment it I

are: D. R./Lott, E. G. Zachert and cadet. The position came open upon was learned. Mr. Exley said

John Dial of the State Depart they would be dealing in the
One of this country's best the death of Louis Whitaker

ment of Education, Tallahassee, known military institutions, December 29, and who had been equipment of the plant only.

and Stewart Carlton, of the Vero Gordon Is a six year school with superintendent for many years.

Beach Junior High School. As four years preparatory and two Commissioner Alfred Tucker Funeral Service

sisting them is Benton Clifton, years of college Founded in was elected chairman with Louis

Bunnell High School, principal, 1852, it is an Honor School witha Steflik vice chairman.All Held Sunday For

Walter Morris, county supervisor Senior ROTC unit operated under of the morning was devoted

and other personnel. I'' the Department of the Army to selecting from the vot- Waldo W. WestWaldo

The purpose of the survey is Program. ing list those eligible to serve as

to inspect the school plants and jurors. William West of Espa-

their usage; to complete a report Adopted a' resolution on closing nola, passed 'away Wednesday

on what is believed to be Wilfred Hunter a short piece of public road afternoon In the Putnam Memorial

the school system needs for the In the Knox Jones subdivisionin Hospital in Palatka, follow

next five years. A full survey is New Fire ChiefE. Espanola. A legal advertisement ing an illness of several weeks

required each five years and in this issue describes the duration. Mr. West was Woodland HEW ERNEST BATTEN
.
partial surveys can be made in M. Dawkins and F. R. I location. Supervisor for the Owen- Rev. Ernest Batten, Senior
Grantham of the engineeringfirm
between. Results of the survey Received two bids for furnishing Illinois Company.Mr. Missionary under the Gospel

will become official in about six of Dawkins and Grantham, groceries for county prison West was a native of Georgia Furtherance Society, a mission
appeared before the City Com
weeks. ers. These from Brannam's Food and come to Flagler County board working among all classesof

The board discussed mission meeting Monday nightto European refugees, will be the
Installing Market and Metts Supermarket.Metts 19 years ago from Lake Butler.He

additional lights on the groundsof go over the plans for the proposed bid was accepted as being was 59 years of age and wasa speaker at Flagler Beach Community
Water Treatment Plant for
Bunnell High School, Supt. I lowest. I member of the Church of God Mememorial Church Jan.
the City of Bunnell. 9, 11 a. m., and 7:30 fn. (Sunday
Coy Harris reporting some vandalism Designated the Citizens Bankof of Palatka.He : p.
The Is in the
at that building. company process I Bunnell as the official depository \ Is survived by his wife, ).
of preparing final plans for the
Authorized spending $600 for for county funds for the Agnes West of Espanola; 1 Missionary from Europe 1
Treatment Plant which will be I
200 arm-type desk chairs which I current year. daughter, Mrs. Wilfred Hunter, Rev. and Mrs. Batten have recently j
!nd to the State Board of
will be bought for $3 each. present Agreed to pay $200 on hospital Bunnell; a son, Lawrence West, returned from serving a
Health today for their approval.The .
Agreed to adopt a resolutionon I bill for Rosa Lee Perry and $274on I Bunnell; 2 sisters, Mrs. L. J. four year missionary term in Eu
engineering firm said it
the death of L. M. Whitaker. hospital bill for Randall Hud Mikell .and Mrs. Viola Coleman, rope. Their headquarters and
will take about three months for
Agreed to another resolution son. Lake City; 2 brothers, T. J. West, center of missionary operation
delivery after firm order for
to be sent to the State Road Department I a I Cocoa, and Emery West, Jack during the term Just completedon
the machinery. also saidit
concerning hazardous They 1St.Thomas"ehurch sonville. Also surviving are the mission field was Bruch-
is the could be
conditions of Highway 11 over possible plant three grand children, TtutH"Hun kobel located in the south central
in operation around May 1st.
which school buses travel, citing ter, Kathy and Buddy West, all part of West Germany.
baring strikes and other delays. To Hold Annual
the many accidents and deaths of Bunnell.Funeral Leads German Work
Jeff !Seale, Scoutmaster for the
occuring on the highway. services were held at Both the Rev. and Mrs. Batten
Bunnell Boys Scout Troop, asked
Approved employment of Meeting SundayThe 2:30: Sunday afternoon from the received their education at

Mary Jo Seale as library aid; the Commission to suggest a project First Baptist Church of Bunnell. Houghton College, Houghton,
the escouts do annual for the
Jennie Ruth Bennett, school aid, may during meeting Rev. J. W. Dawsey of Palatka, New York. After serving as a
the Communulty Servo of St. Thomas'
and JoAnn Crews as administrative February congregation and Rev. L. S. Williams of pastor for some time the Rev. d
ice week. The Commission Church will be held
suggested Episcopal
aid. These will be paid Starke officiated. Interment followed Mr. Batten became associatedwith
the painting of litter this Sunday following the morning
from federal funds. For Carver at the Espanola Cemetery. the Gospel Furtherance So
drums to be placed on the worship services.\
school the following aids were Active pallbearers were Adrian ciety. This mission has worked
streets. Each family is asked to bringa
approved; Queen Jackson, Tru- Beach, Charles Blankenship, Otis
Continued To
Joe Seale also appeared in the covered dish and their own Page B
die Mae Williams. Hunter, W. W. Miller, Horace
Interest of tennis table services. The
a proposed Episcopal
I Ryals, Dave Perryman. Honorary -
court to be built with the recreation Church is located about 3!% Nursing Service
FARMERS TAX bearers were L. E. Wads-

GUIDES AVAILABLE fund this year. miles east of Bunnell on Highway worth, E. B. Smoak, T. K. Me- ,

Editions of the 1966 Farmers The Fire Department recommended 100. Knight, Charles Creal, G. B. Film Viewed By
the name of Wilfred Beginning next Thursday, January
Tax Guide are now available In Kelly, Earl Rice, J. L. Crews, Jim
Hunter to be named as City Fire 13, from 7:30 to 9 p. m. an Senior CitizensA
and P.
the County Agent's office. Please Hargett, A. Edmonson.
Cheif, replacing Charles Worley Adult Inquirers Class will be
stop by the office In the Courthouse Arrangements were under the
who had resigned at the December open to all those seeking confirmation film on nursing care, together
or call if you desire one. direction of Craig Funeral Homeof
21 meeting.Housing or those already confirmed Bunnell. with a discussion of

who wish to renew their nursing services available to

YOUTH LIVESTOCK knowledge In the ways and residents of Flagler County was

CLUB MEETSThe Authority means of the Episcopal Church. Although Moray Eels are notoriously presented to members of the
of the
second meeting '
The class will prove very Interesting powerful and vicious Flagler Senior Citizens Club
for this
Youth Livestock Club
For under the leadership of biters, they seldom attack unless when the Club met Tuesday
school will be held Thurs- Advertising
year The Rev. Robert Stuart. provoked. I evening, January 4, In Community
day night, January 6th, at 7:30P. :
Hall of the
Municipal Build-
M. Election of officers will be Construction Bids ,SANTA CLAUSE,PINATA Ing at Flagler Beach.On .
held and final plans for theClub's
participation In the Quar- j The Housing Authority of ,. ? .. hand to present the film

Flagler County Is advertisingin and to lead the discussion were
ter Horse Jubilee will be made.
this Issue of the Tribune for Mrs. Becky Clegg president of
Livestock Club members will
bids for the construction of Low the Flagler County Nursing
operate the food concession dur-
Rent Housing Project, Florida ,, Council, Mrs. Alice Lovell, memo
ing the big show January 15th,
30.2, at Bunnell. The date for ber of the Council, Mrs. Louise
in which hamburgers, pie, potato
receiving bids is 2 p. m., February Church, chairman of the Flagler
chips, etc., will be sold.F.
1. The bids will be awardedat rr County wan Closet Mm. Louise
.
F. A. members will serve soft
drinks. The two youth organizations the office of the Housing Authority ,. J rr Taylor, Public Health Nurse, and .

at the corner of Allen and Miss Marie Muzyka, member of
will receive half of all net
Bacher streetArchitects the office staff In the Flagler
proceeds from the two conces -
sions. for the project Is ( t-- County Health Department

All members and prospective Craig and Snead of Daytona .r L wt According to Lynn Clary, Club

members are urged to attend. We Beach. Jack Abbott, Executive t chairman, the film and discus.

also need adult leaders to assist Director of the project said. sion were well received by the

The proposed addition to the 56 members who were present.
with the Jubilee project so anyone 1
Interested please call the present Housing Authority will .. ::, The Club's usual potluck supperat
be for 23 .A! \ o'clock
make buildings containing 6 preceded the planned
County Agent or plans to ft ':, r
40 dwelling units and other improvements for the
attend this meeting. ,"fl program evening.It .
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to the present units. l, ""' :l )'. 1 ...>.;"' ..l.: was reported that seven
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They will be constructed adjoin. --- -" --- ..-- new members were welcomedinto

BAND PARENTS In and near the present Housing The Spanish Club of the Bunnell High School delivered a Santa the Club, Mrs. Rose Kort,

MEET TONIGHTThe Authority projects now In use. Clause Pinata to the Methodist Children's Home In Enterprise, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grieger Mr.

Bunnell School Band Parents Florida on December 22. and Mrs. Ben Melllnger, and Mr.

Association wil meet tonight Ketchikan, Alaska, Is the Attending are from left to right, Susan McMillan, Chairman of and Mrs. George VVagernan. The

In the Band Room at 8 wettest city In the U.S.. It has Student Activities; Belita Collins, Secretary; Anne Bourne, President next meeting will be held January .

o'clock. 150 Inches of rain annually. ; Arthur McDaniel, Parliamentarian. 18.









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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 6, 1966

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CONFERENCE THEMEON ity Welfare Council of South for Citizens Services, Inc. Thous- the average_ age was 59 and i 8 m A TEAR

Pinellas, Inc. Almost all of the ands of beautiful articles which months; but due to so many

AGING AND public officials in the area serveas had been handcrafted by citizens military personnel and future NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDER*

SENIOR CITIZENS volunteer Chairmen of Committees of Clearwater were in the new laws lowering the retire Notice is hereby MEETING given that the

'Cooperation of public and private for the Senior Citizens Gift Shop on consignment for ment age that within the next annual of t1egftf.ec: ;.* the Bank Stockholder of Bun-

agencies in support of volunteer Services, Inc., an organization to sale, which included paintings, ten years the average age of re nell will be held at the office of
the Bank In Bunnell, Florida
participation of retireesin promote 'a "People" industry and I ceramics, pine.needle baskets, tirees coming Into Florida to es- I Wednesday. January 12th, 1966 on at
novelties too Continued on 7) 3:00: o'clock P. M. for the election
cultural, social, educational, provide facilities from a human. knitting, sewing, ( page of a Board of Director to serve

activities" itarian viewpoint that make the numerous to even see In limited for the ensuing year and for the
and community was INVITATION FOR BIDS I transaction of such other business
the inspiring theme of the Flor area attractive to old and young time alloted before before the The Housing Authority, will of receive Flag as may properly come before the

alike-to retiree element of the free buses were speeding us on ler County Florida of Low meeting.
ida Council on Aging and Senior bids for the construction JlOU F.LL V. PEAVY, Cashier

Citizens Services, Inc., held re social structure as suchandthe to other interesting places; the Rent Floridarojconslet n.g 30-2 rlh aBunnell 2: I Dec.- 30. 1965 & Jan. 6-2tc_

cently in Clearwater, Florida, younger element from the clustered cottages, duplexes, triplexes buildings! containing 40 w unFebruary IV TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF '
viewpoint of needful services to efficiencies and high rise units and other Improvements FLAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA
Mrs. Pal Parker and a group of .,1886Tn thehoffce day the IN CHANCERY NO. 52O3
enthusiastic senior citizens at be rendered, which makes an apartments under construction of JOHN B. DONOR

Flagler Beach reported, who at. Interesting composit of a grand I were exciting and inspiring, with of Allen and Authority Bacher Streets flung Plaintiff,
which time and MARGARET
nell, Florida at
society.A architectural features specially
tended. I place read will be publicly op- DONOR.Defendant.,
I guided tour of the Senior designed for good living quar ened and aloud. NOTICE TO DEFEND
Ormond E. Loomis Presidentof
I Proposed forms of contract documents THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
Citizens Services Headquarters 'ters for the older citizens.J. spedncatlonn :
the Senior Citizens Services, including KIar office MARGARET DONOR
the Craft Center and M. Buck Florida Commission are on e 85 King-stand Street
Gift Shop ..
,
Inc. of Clearwater has been
ac of the IFloridah attthefcorner Nutley. New Jersey
tive for since the inception and Bayview Gardens Housing on Aging, Tallahassee gave ler County, You are hereby notified that a
in Bun
many years and Bacher Streets
of the earliest Whiter Project covering thirty five acres statistics that ten years ago the nell Florida and at the office of suit the above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you In

was conducted by Jack M. average age of the retirees move Craig and Snead, Architects Beach at 414 are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'gO answer
conference Mrs.
house on Aging. North Halifax, Daytona with the t,
Edna Smiley of Daytona Beachis Cross, Vice President and Committee ing into Florida was sixty eight Florida. and to serve a copy thereof upon
of the documents may be
President elect of the Florida on Housing of the Sen years and nine months. In 1964 obtained Copies from the Architects by depositing the whose plaintiff name or plaintiffs: attorney is: ,
Fifty Dollars (J50.00) for RAY SELDEN
Council on Aging, and spoke on rvyvw.FOR each set. Deposit will be refundedto Selden BuildingDaytona
each person who returns the Beach. Florida
"Use of Volunteers in Public
plans specifications and other documents not later than January 29, A. D.
Service". Mrs. Smiley is also Director I ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT In old condition within 19 1966.If.
days after Checks for fall do decree
you to so. pro
fell::
of Adult Education of Vo- deposits must payable to confeaso! will be entered againstyou

lusla County, and is well knownin AMBULANCE the Housing Florida.A Authority. of Flagler for the relief demanded in thebill
County. of complaint. The nature of
our local educational field.A PHONE VAIIyT 41625 certified check or bank draft, said suit being: fur divorce.
(payable to the Housing Authorityof
WITNESS my hand and seal of
symposium-"Why and How SERVICE Flagler County Florida). U. S aid Court this 28th day of December
Public and Private Agencies > ATjGUSTINE. FLORIDA Government bonds, or a satisfactory A. D. 1965.
"I bid bond executed re.h1nbl n (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE ,
should cooperate in R lrementprograms" Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We der and acceptable e a Clerk of said Circuit Court I
amount equal to five percent of the By Julia R. Harvey
was handled by Hon. bid. shall be submitted with each I
Deputy Clerk
are always at your service with promptness safety and
BrowarcJ Williams, Treasurer, bid.The Dec. 30. 1965 & Jan. 6-13-20-Uc
successful bidder will be required
State of Florida and Commissioner experience. to furnish and and:: for satisfactory IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
performance paymentbond FOR FLAGLKR COUNTY FLORIDA
of Insurance James
; Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator or bonds.Attention IN CHANCERY CASE SO.
la called to the requirement
Stewart, City Manager of Clear. .11117
that not less than the
LERCH
HOWARD ,
water; Gus Sakkis, Administrative Garcia Funeral HomeP. minimum salaries and wages as set Plaintiff,
forth In the Specifications must be
Assistant to the
Superintendent
paid on this project. EMERSON Jt'wiLSON and
of Pinellas County E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director The Housing Authority of Flag- THE NEW YORK BANK FOR
led county Florida reserves the SAVINGS of New York New YorkDefendants
Schools; and Raymond Houston, LADY ASSISTANTS right to reject any and all bids or

Executive Secretary, Commun '..", ."....."....", .....".!.....".......ol'... :!! ...,/'...",/'...." ,,,/'...J""."'.Vttl\ to bidding.No waive. any Informalities In the THE STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA OK SUIT
bid shall be withdrawn for
a TO THE NEW
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period of thirty (30) days subsequent FOR SAVINGS of New York
to the opening of bids with New York whose business address -
out the consent of the Housing Authority Is 280 Park Avenue. New
of le AUTHORITY\ a, York. New York
HOUSING OF You are hereby notified that a
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDABy suit has been filed against you in
Jack D. Abbott the above entitled cause: and that

Jan 6-13-20-27-Uc Executive Director. answer hereby with theufClerk flle of your this

Court, and to serve a copy thereof
XOTICK OF ADOPTION OK RENO upon the Plaintiff or Plaintiff's
MTIO.OF HOARD OF COt NTYlOMMISHIOVKHH attorney whose name and address
CLONING PART II W. L. Wadsworth P. O. Box 896.
I Of ROAD AND RIS\Ot'NCl\G Bunnell. Florida not later than
AND DISCLAIMING: ANY RIGHT January 22, 1966.
OF COUNTY AND TUB Hl'HLIC If you fall to do so. decree pro
IN AND TO TUB LAND LYING confcsso will be entered against

\"" ... tf l TIIHHKOK.TO WITHIN TIIK CON" IN": N you complaint.The for the. relief demanded In the

WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: nature of said suit
being for
NOTICE Is hereby given on Janu foreclosure of Mechanic
ary 3, 1986 In Lien, recorded -
accordance with Sec in O. R. Book
15
tion/ 336.10, Florida Statutes 1963, of the public records of page Flagler 349
the Board of County Commission County Florida, the
ers of Flagler County, Florida, the description of
adopted a Resolution raVoJw.PreCeded against beIng -
closing vacating :
Apply Diazinon for and abandoning that por All that certain property situate
tion of a certain
as follows:public road described and. .being In Flagler County,

That part of the Old Dixie : IK:jmore Particularly de-

sure control of potato wirewormsand Highway lying between the Block 2 S-UWuMoa: 28 ot
South boundaries of Lots 7, 8. Flagler Beach
9. 10. 11, //tl13ti. 14. 15. 16. 17, 2259 Daytona Avenue Florida No.
Klock B, 7, 8. 9, Block Flagler Beach, Florida. South
other insects. .A, of Knox Jones Subdivision Together
vegetable with' all structures
Espanola, }Florida according to and Improvements
Plat Book ', now and hereafter -
[
1. lge 3. and Plat on said land.
Book 1. I'age 11. Public Records
of Flagler County, }'Florida and ot saiid Court a hand Bunnell and, the Beat
the / Florida
Northerly right-of-way- 16th day of !
December A. D.
u 1rref State Road No. 13. 1965-
1" County Florida.I (SEAL) E A. SMYTHE
Dated this 4th day of January 1966. Clerk of Circuit Court
BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
NISSIONERS OF 'LAGLER Dee 23IJan County: 6f
COUNTY, FLORIDA I c
By Julia R. Harvey QTm.: CIRCUIT COURT "F
Deputy Clerk I I FLORIDA IN' AND FOR
J 11 n, 6.13-20-27-4tc FLAGLhlt -
: COtrNTV. s.a'EYTJI .JUDI-
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I V THE CIRCUIT CO5'RT.-SEV- NO. 3193.C1iiCUIT. IY CHANCERY
F.\TII Jl'UICIAL CIRCUIT. IV LULA POTTER
.AND FOR KLAC.LKR COUNTY.rOIUlu. PlaIntiff
,
You can prevent costly damage major insect pests of Florida vege- 311"LUERT. IN CIIANCKRY NO_ ROBERT vs

from soil insects like potato wiretable crops. .C\ POWELL B ,rOWELl his wife/ ,and rEGGY POTTER Defendant.

worms, cutworms and maggots by So grow higher quality yields of Plaintiffs. THE STATEFOF FLOFIDAn T:

following a control program with potatoes and othervegetable crops HOWARD CLARK and ISEZ ROBERT POTTER
CLAnK, his are UNKNOWN
wife, hereby
You
Diazi none AG500 insecticide. by making broadcast application of Defendants. suit has been filed notified at a

All you need do is make a preDiazinon, before you plant, for NOTICE OK < IITop are the above hereby entitled CI1.Uulle against: and you you In

plantsprayapplicationof complete soil insect control. Then, IN oro'THE FLORIDA SAME: THE STATE Court answer with required the Clerk to file of your this'

Then mix it thoroughly into the top use Diazinon foliar sprays during TO: CLARK HOWARD his CLARK wife whose and INEZ i Upon the and Plaintiff to lerve or a the copy Plalntlff'lI thereof
res -
few inches of soil. Regardless of.the. season to control foliage in- You dence are hereby Is unknown f.\torney.\ whose name and address

the stage of growth of the wiresects.. You'll profit from an insect complaint to foreclose notified a real that estata a 08N9sLlnt E. oBrSeKStreet.

worms, Diazinon has the "staying control program that's hard to beat. lic mortKage' Book recorded 1S> Page 635 In Official of the PubIle.ord Heeordl -- not Salnl later. tkan thenl! 15th> day of Jan;

power" to control these insects. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, the following of Flagler described County, onto uary, 1966.
Property. If
valuable Division of Chemical Cor.- wit: you tall to do 110. decree
pro
Diazinon is particularly Geigy I conff'1II0 will be

\ because it controls even those inporation,Ardsley, New York. the Northeast NortheastQuarter( (NE 14)of the of you 111 of for complaint.the relief demanded entered against In the

. sects that have become resistant to of Section 9,Quarter Township(I NE )2 ?ohrnaturV laid suit being forWITNESS
GeigyCIIATOM South Range 30 East In Flagler -
other insecticides. County. Florida. also de- said Court my hand and seal of
Of CHIMIGttS fOR MOW IN AWICUUUM; scribed 88 Tract Two thll 14th day of Decem-
.
In fact, Diazinon is the only insecticide Block One (1). laid (2) In her, 1965.
lectlon E.
DiazinonPERSON Township A. S IYTUE
and Range -'
need to fight most as Clerk'
you has been filed *
against Circuit Court
above entitled cause and YOU In the (OFFICIAL SEAL!)

required to serve a copy yoU of your are DYrie Julia R. Harvey,
complaint answer or other pleadings to the Dee 16. 23D30ft19651arnd,
: upon plaintiff's attorne Jan. 6-He
yRf
to F O c Row 217 aDaywhose
to Beach
Florida
32020, and file the
origin
-- --- answer or other pleadings mb
3PIagIr
In the QJrlbuitrBUNNELL.
-- office of the Clerk of
\CNI.o* Cf.1 OONT / M1T.CUTII,TMINK auwu'I '.C?. Mt'S MAO At MO MOW Court of Flagler County the, Florid Circuit
LIKt TEAT HRf NAt '( at a.
o' hI NO1US MUCH I Bunnell
KINO O* MEALS WCHAVt Florida, .
TAK H uP WITH.THt ON\'I IR vou* SC( PNPIO%' MOW Tilt U the 24th on or before FLORIDA
rMH.t IS TO Gru ALONG day
ot
TM N. IN HIS FAVOR W THAT INTINTIOII5 Ant ro, Wfl'11 Aso NOW ML's MAVIN January 196natei
KC. MAO SIMM CNOU4H TO t--2-' vRINTNp ON CALUH4 CARDS OCM.fOOMSSHIS I as the newrspaper III'de lg MRS. 101 B. FULLER Editor
ftNf Ml* UH0 CAR F&OM this notice shall be In which
PUbllllhed
KRANTZMOTORS each weeks week for four consecutive once Designated newspaper for all

HEREIN FAIL Legal AdrertUlaC
NOT OR A
CREH PRO D E-
Q lV ENTERED: COSFrO WILL BE
( FAILURE AGAINST YOU FOR Entered as second class matter
'VriTVES T my' hand February e. UU, at the
and seal at office at Bunnell Florida under
,
t ie n20th dlay of County, Florida, Act of March I. 1376On.
(SEAL: E, 1.t J'1iVT'lJ' r, 1965.

l Clerk er 1C uintyCourt Tear ...-............. l2.SA
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Thursday, January 6, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Household Diets tomatoes are good sources of
Vitamin C, needed for healthy
i Fail StandardsOnly gums and body tissues. Rights
The bread-cereal group with Quantity
I its whole grain and enriched WE GIVE METTS 4i::
50 to 60 percent of Amer bread and other cereal products
ican households have diets that provides protein, iron and B vit i TOP PRICES GOOD
fully meet the standards set for amins. Thurs., Fri., Sat.
adequate nutrition by the National Fats oils, sugars and sweetsare SUPER MARKET and Monday
Research Council, the U. S. not emphasized In the guide VALUE January 6th, 7th,
Department of Agriculture re because all of them are commonin
8th and 10th
ports. every diet.Nutritionists. STAMPS
Not all or even most of the say that knowl 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437.3201
malnutrition in the United edge beyond the basic facts
States is caused by low incomes. about your food needs is neithera U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
Much of it is simply because peo- prerequisite nor a guaranteeto
pde do not know what kinds of making wise food choices. The *
food they should eat in order to Daily Food Guide can do that. ROAST Ib. 49
maintain vigor and good healthnor Follow it. Here's to your good
how Important it is to do health!

so What, the report you eat continues.does influence ADJUSTMENT CHUCK STEAK Ib. 59*

what you can do and how you I PROGRAM SET
feel, say nutritionists with the FOR CROPLANDWill
Florida Agricultural Extension
Service. Their suggestions for city and town people. FIRST CUTPORK
achieving a balanced diet is to have greater opportunity for outdoor
follow the Daily Food Guide, activities as a result of the Ib.
CHOPS 49'Ib.
which includes four food groups Cropland Adjustment Program?
-vegetables and fruit, meat, Yes, that is one of the pur
milk bread and cereals. poses of the program as author. I
Foods from the milk group are ized by the Food and Agriculture TENDER SELECTBEEF
relied on to provide most of the Act of 1965, says Dr. M. O.
mineral calcium needed for the Watkins, director of the Florida *
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day. They are also dependable Agricultural Extension Service. .
sources of protein and contribute These opportunities will be
1 riboflavin and other vitaminsand both on privately owned farms
minerals needed for bones and in publicly owned parks and
I CAPITAL (Smoked) lb. Juicy Delicious lb.
and teeth. other open space.
j Meat, poultry fish, and eggs The Cropland Adjustment Pro LINK SAUSAGE 39C BRISKET STEW 35eDANNY'S
from the meat group are valued gram offers payment Increases to
.
and the B participating farmers for permitting .
for the protein iron (Pure Pork) lb. World's Best ((100% Pure Beef)
vitamins-thiamine riboflavin, the public without charge
i and niacin-they provide. This is to fish, hunt trap and hike on PAN SAUSAGE 69e GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs.I.39
also true of their alternates, dry acreage designated under agree
beans, dry peas and nuts. Foodsin ments between the farmer and
the meat group are neededfor the Federal Government.The HERSHEY'S
growth and repair of body tissues program will help cities
-muscles, organs blood, and other government units buy
I skin, and hair. cropland and establish practicesand
[ The vegetable fruit group uses for preservation of open 5 Lb.
I, supplies most of the vitamin C spaces, natuural beautuy de
and vitamin A value of the diet. velopment of wildlife or recreational SUGAR 25
In this group choose the dark. facilities or prevention of
I green and deep-yellow foods for air and water pollution, Dr. Watkins Bag
vitamin A value. Citrus fruit or said. ...._.


Limit ((1) with 5.00 or more food order


KRANTZ MOTORSChrysler FOOD KING (Quarters)



Plymouth Valiant

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SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Limit ((2) with 5.00 or more food order


, SPECIALS _

; Giant SizeTIDE Everfresh (6 Ct. Pkg.) Ever fresh (20 Oz.)
, CINNAMON

j TUNE-UPS BUNS BREAD.
$7.50 "
All 8" Cyl. Cars

$5.00 "6" Cyl.Plus Gt.,,68 2 ""<.. 25''' 4 Loaves 89'

Limit (1) please (No Limit)
Parts

FRESH PRODUCE SHURFINE (Tall) CANNED

FREE BRAKE ADJUSTMENTWith CELLO CREAM 6Can'7ge


TUNE-UP BAG ONIONS Pkg'25c LYKES (300 Can) CORN BEEF

FRESH (Green) HASH 3 Cans 1

U. S. No. I 437-3311 1b. POTTED
CABBAGE 50 LYKES (3 Oz. Can)

BunnellKRANTZ E ATITA Can .00
FROZEN FOODS M 1

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MOTORS, INC. ICE MILK cl 49C INSTANT COFFEE Jar 89CMM

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.JCm'ma"il'' '1UA.I."mm.' a. gMHgOflXM M iIin"" 11/ '" .1mlISO
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' 2 o FREE 50 FREE SO FREE
! ((5 Quarts) p,

I 8 $5.00 with CouponGOOD 8 TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 1965 ((2)) Pan Ready Cut.up (1) Broom or ((4)) 28 Oz. Bottles of
Fryers Canada Dry Flavor Drinks
U. S. HWY. 1 So. BUNNELL, FLA. Mop
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I FLAGLER BEACH IS ON THE MOVE-WATCH US GROW
Beach II

a FLAGLER FOOD STORE '

I BEST IVE ,
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PERRITT FAMILY I FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB I .
TO MEET NEXT WEDNESDAYMiss
ATTENDS FATHER'S
'95th BIRTHDAY'Mr. Emily Gage, President of
the Flagler Woman's Club urges
and Mrs. J. D. Perritt and all members of the Club to start
Vicky of Flagler Beach, and his the new year by attending the PRICES GOOD
brother, Bill Perritt of Daytona regular business meeting next > THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, QUANTITY RIGHTS
Beach, were In Jacksonville Sun Wednesday, Jan. 12th, beginning | JANUARY 6, 7, 8, 1966 RESERVEDStore
day for the 95th Birthday Anniversary ,at 2 p. m. Those not having paid j .
m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 7
Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. a. m p. m.
their father, I
Dinner of their dues are asked to bring
J. H. Perritt. ,them so the treasurer, Mrs. I II II -
The dinner was given at the Charles Sindelar, can get them i ij ROYAL'S
home of his daughter, Mrs. Agnes I j sent in right away.
II } FLORIDE "A" FRYERS lb. 29
P. Axon. Other members of Birthday calendar chairman, :
the family attending included I Mrs. H. G. Heydt reports the 1966 \ WHOLE
another daughter and son. in calendar is on hand and anyone {
law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Schilling wishing to secure one should |I Limit 2 Please
of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs.B. call her at phone 4392186. I! -
H. Perritt of Jacksonville, alsoa As an added attraction Mrs. | PLATE FRESH PICNIC
nephew; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jasper White has invited George !
Perritt of Jacksonville. Another Wickline to tell of his recent i
STEW BEEF Lb. 29 PORK ROAST49'
son", Joe Perritt of Vero Beach I trip behind the Iron Curtain. i iI
was not able to attend.
Mr. Perritt was born in Climax, House guests of Mr. and Mrs. : LEAN & MEATY FRESH & LEAN GROUND
Georgia, (he and his six child. I Leslie Waterman over the hol. :
ren were all born in the same idays were: Mr. Waterman's !
SPARE RIBS Lb. 59 B. E E F Lb. 49C
house there). He moved to San- I[ brother, Mr. Douglas Waterman,I II .. .. .. .
ford, Florida in 1914 and to Vero his wife and two children from I
Beach in 1922.COMMUNITY. I'. StW, New York; and Mr. and
I
Mrs. Bernard Kozlowski and HERMAN'S ALL MEAT OUR OWN FLOYD'S HOME MADE
MEMORIAL I I daughter, Helen, from Lima,!' FRESH PORK
CHURCH NEWS Ohio. Mrs. Kozlowski is a cousin <
Sunday School begins at 9:45: I of Mrs. Waterman. i II SAUSAGE Lb. 59
a. m. with the worship service at I
11 a. m The Ladies Guild met I Mrs. Nell Douglas spent the j I
last Thursday with president, holidays visiting her two sons I'
:Mrs. R. W. Dickert presiding.Mrs. .I and their families and other relatives I CHASE & SANBORN FLO-CANE_
Albert Batten, devotional in Atlanta, Georgia. I II OR FOLGER'S
chairman, presented an interest I
ing procedure of using the memo Mr. and Mrs. Harry Treadwell II COFFEE SUGAR
bers present to read different had as their holiday guests, his
ways to praise God during the brother and sister in law, Mr. i\
new year.It I and Mrs. S. E. Treadwell from
was decided to have a fried i Atlanta, Georgia.Mr. I 1 Lb. 39' i.29'
chicken dinner in FellowshipHall I Can
Thursday (tonight) begin and Mrs. Carlyle Spivey I Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order

ning at 6 o'clock. Free Will donations I and family, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey
are asked and the pub Spivey and family 'and Mr. and II
46 OZ. SHURFINE ORANGE 46 Oz. ADAMS
lic is invited. I:Mrs. Lyde Spiyey and famiy, all I GRAPEFRUIT
On Sunday evening beginning I from Jacksonville and Mr. and
at 5:30 p. m. the ladies will I Mrs. David Spivey and family JUICE 3 fo/fo JUICE 3 for T

serve a light lunch for anyone i I from Wilmington, North Carolina
attending the evening service to and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Spi MIX OR MATCHNo.
hear the special guests, Ernies I vey from McCormick, South Carolina .
and Elsie Batten. Missionaries. and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
2 THREE DIAMOND SLICED 303
They will also conduct the morn Dittrich from Daytona Beach, I' SUNLITE
ing service at eleven o'clock. were all visitors of their parents, $400
I
Detailed information of the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spiveyover t PINEAPPLE 25' TOMATOES 8 for
Battens will be found elsewherein I the Christmas holidays.Mrs. .
this Issue of the paper. Officers
for the coming year were left I Bonnie Crews and son, 300 LYKES BEEF
unchanged, namely: President, i i Joseph, from Eau Gallie, visited 300 BUSH-WHITE or GOLDEN
Mrs. Dickert; Secretary, Mrs. V'I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
3- lOO
W. Haines; Treasurer, Mrs. Charles McCabe, over the holi HOMINY 2f0r19OSTEW
Bordner; Sunshine, Mrs. John days. Mr. and Mrs. McCabe also
Schott and Devotional, Mrs. Bat spent some time visiting with FABULOUS
ten. their two daughters and their
families, Mrs. Danny Lacey and 303 ARGO (By DEL MONTE) "
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Mrs. Tina Broughton, all of Cocoa $400 F A B GIANT 69'
Dates to remember: Friday, Florida. BOX
Jan. 7th, Fish Fry by the men. I I PEAS 6 for Limit 1 Please

Saturday, Jan. 8th, Bishop's Convocation .
at Lakeland. Sunday, Mrs. James Babbitt, Jr. and
Jan. 9th, Communion Sunday. Children, Lisa, Jeff and James, FROZEN FOODS -
Church School time is 9:45a. : left by Jet from Daytona Beach FRESH PRODUCE -
m. and morning worship at yesterday to join her husband 8 Oz WINTER GARDEN
11 o'clock, with Rev. Reynold who is stationed with the U. S. CHICKEN
Hoover, minister. Navy in Iceland. Mrs. Babbitt FRESH GREEN BEEF PIES 2 for AfV
The Methodist Youth Fellowship and children have spent the past TURKEY
meets each Sunday eveningat four months visiting with James CABBAGE Lb. 50
6:30: p. m. Babbitt, Sr of Flagler Beach.
The Woman's Society of DAIRYRED
Christian Service will meet next METHODIST MEN SET SEALTEST
Thursday, January 13th at the FISH FRY FOR TOMORROWThe RIPE
church" and Mrs. Bruce Gray Flagler Beach MethodistMen
from Hastings will be special have planned a fish fry for TOMATOES Lb. 25' MIL I K AS. 49'
guest. Mrs. Gray is the Florida tomorrow, Friday, January 7th, ,.
Conference Spiritual Life Secret from 5 to 8 p. m. All membersand
tary. All ladles are urged to friends are urged to supportthe BAKERY
come and bring a friend. Meet Men's Club in project din. LARGE FIRM HEAD LARGE
((20 Oz.
I ) EVERFRESH
ing time, 9:30: a. m. ners.

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With this coupon and your With this coupon and With
your this
PHONE NUMBER IS purchase of three ((3) purchase of Beef Roast purchase coupon and your
doz. Eggs (any size) I (Three or more pounds) % box of one Fab king size

437-3394 Coupon Expires
Coupon Expires
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I I II SAUSAGE lb. 59"WHTE BACON.lb.. 53


1 Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2V2 lb. Avg. (Limit 3 Please)


Brooks Parker BetrothalMr. Florida, was graduated from ,

Bunnell High School and the lbM
29
and Mrs. Robert John F3
Massachusetts Institute of Tech
Brooks of North Deer Track nology in Boston.
Road announce the engagementof
their daughter, Carol Anne, to The prospective bridegroomnow
Michael Noel Parker of Mountain is working on a master's
View, Calif. degree at Stanford where he has FREE PLASTIC DISHPAN
bride-elect of a research assistantship in the HERSHEY'SSUGAR
The a graduate I
With $5.00 or more Meat Order
radio science
Palo Verde High School, Is a laboratory.
sophomore at Stanford (Calif.) Mr. Parker's affiliations in.

University.Mr. clude Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity Campbell's
Parker, son of Mr. and of which he has servedas EachNio 5 lb. 25
$
Mrs Marvin Parker of Bunnell, vice president. TOMATO SOUP Bag

Airman John H. Metts has returned 1 I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Pillsbury (All Flavors) Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
for Christmas Dinner
to Turner Airfroce Base Robertson
in Georgia after spending the I included Mr. and Mrs. Hubert CAKE MIXES 3 Pkgs. $100
Christmas holidays here with::Smedley, Sally and Clay, and
MIX
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smedley, FROZEN FOODS OR MATCH SALE
Johnston.Mr. !I Dick, John and Gwen, all of OUR VALUE OR HALLMARK 300 CAN

i I Jones, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. "G" 2 lb. Cello Bag BABY LIMA BEANS
and Mrs. Pete Barber of John Jones and children, Reid,
Montgomery, Alabama spent the':Jim, Rex, Jane, Amy, John, Michael FRENCH FRIES Each 290 BLACK EYED PEAS
Christmas holidays here with I| of Ormond Beach; Mr. and BUTTER BEANS

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. I Mrs. Ed Zeller and Sheryl, Wendy GREAT NORTHERN BEANS
Barber. I and Serena, Bunnell; Mr. and PINTO BEANS

I Mrs. Cordell Robertson, Boyd EARLY JUNE PEAS
and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Miss Diana McKnight returned -
last week to Landover, Maryland i I Robertson, Stanford, Rebecca, CRISCO I GREEN AND WHITE LIMAS
I Kirk, Marsha, and Melissa, all for
visit here
after a holiday I 10 950
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. of Bunnell.
3 ft 580
H. McKnight Jr., and grandparents i I I ,
I I
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber DAIRY SPECIAL
and Mrs. F. H. Howell. I Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order -
Lloyd Robertson is her mother : Pillsbury (Limit 4 with Food Order)

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. W. R. Anderson. of Baxley, 8
Frank Steflik Sr., and family Georgia. FRESH PRODUCE BISCUITS Each n Se>

during the Christmas holidays
Fresh Green
included their son in law and Dr. and Mrs. Hellard Reddickof

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Quincy, visited here duringthe CABBAGEGolden Ib. 5e Pillsbury (Plain or Self.Rising
Thompson and children, Jerry past week with Mrs. Daisy
and Diane of Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Walker and Miss Lucille Walk. Ripe FLOUR
Thompson is the former Miss er. Dr. Reddick and Mrs. Walkerare

:Mary Steflik of Bunnell. cousins. BANANASCalifornia lb. 10e 5 lb.

Bag 290
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl. Enjoying Christmas Dinner at RedGRAPES

ton Johnston for Christmas Din. the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. lb. Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
ner included Mr. and Mrs. De- Barber were Mr. and Mrs. Pete 1ge

wayne Metts and children Sandy Barber, Montgomery, Alabama; ....
and Scottie; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Byrd, Seville ---- v.

William Baker and Karen and ; Mrs. J. H. McKnight Jr.,

:Melinda; Mrs. Letty Copeland, Buzy, and Diana McKnight; Mrs.
all of Bunnell; Airman John H I Bernice Barber and Annabelle 50 100 50I
I '
:Metts of Turner AFB, and Miss Barber, Bunnell. e9Mw's
I
Isabell! Greene of Daytona Beach. I I with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase [with coupon & purchase*
I Mrs. Stella Layton has returned I I I of (1) Pkg. of 4 of ((1) DUST ABSORBER of ((1) Giant Size
Houseguests last week of Mr. to her home here after LIGHT BULBS BROOM DASH DETERGENT
Cordell Robertson were j i receiving treatment at the Halifax .
and Mrs. I Coupon Void After \ Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cowan and Hospital following an au- Monday, Jan. 10, 1966 ( Monday, Jan. 10, 1966 Monday, Jan. 10, 1966
children, Kimberly, Dave, and I tombile accident in Daytona ..
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Douglas, of Orlando. Beach recently.. ,
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Phone 437-3227
Phone ID 7-3532 OPEN SUNDAYS>> >
U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
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Cost of apply directly to your family. I ment not nl-Y of the Duroc breed second day. Announcement of
Raising The separate items in the $24- but also of the entire swine in. I judging contest winners, carcass PETERSON TEXACO
000 estimate run like this: food, dustry. "It's through meetingsand results, and a summary of the SERVICE
New
Child Not
$6,460; housing, $7,470; clothing, shows such as this that I type conference will be given I
ROAD SERVICE I
$2,720; transportation, $3,530; I breeders set their goals of type I' during the Tuesday morning
To Most ParentsChildren medical care, $1,675; personalcare I and production," Paul Crews, program. Light Mechanical Work
I Phone 437.3441 BunnellO.
$810 recreation $935 and I Suwannee The Congress closes
of today are growing ; ; I County agricultural j Tuesday .. !
larger than those of yesterday. education (not college), $235.I agent, said. I afternoon with the sale of bred

And so Is the cost of raising Crews, Howard Smith, rural:I gilts, open gilts, and mature
F.
I I boars. ALTORD
them. areas development specialist,
SoutheasternDuroc [I Ken Durrance, animal husbandman -'I Registered
Bringing up a child from Infancy Florida Agricultural Ex. 'I Real Estate Broker
to 16 years of age costs CongressThe tension Service, and T. J. Haynes, I By Dorothy Romans
XLSd A Year In Advance BonnelL Florida
some three times as much for vice-president of the Southeast. :

the average family today as It 15th Annual Southeastern ern Duroc Breeders' Association, I 1 __.... '. __.
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did 20 years ago, according to< Duroc Congress-the key event of O'Brien, are handling general I
home economists with the FlorIda for Duroc breeders in the Southeastern .
arrangements for the Congress.For I
Agricultural Extension Serv United States-will openat II PHONEKelley's
the Suwannee County Agricultural the first time this year
ice.Today's "average" family withan Coliseum in Live Oak, Jan. I the Congress has been stream

Income of about $6,000, may uary 10, for a two-day run. lined to a two-day event. Mon. Fuel Oil
spend about $24,000 over the 18 More than 1,500 breeders and day's program will include the

year period to raise a child. producers throughout the country barrow show, type conference I CLEAN BURNING
These figures are based on con' will attend the Congress. and judging contest In the morn.
sumer expenditures reported by Again this year entries for the ing. The important show of July I
the Bureau of Labor Statisticsand Congress are open to the world. and August gilts and bred gilts STANDARDPRODUCTS
apply to a two-child family Breeders from the member statesof will be held in the afternoon.
living in a city or suburb. the Southeastern Duroc Crews said that 25 bred gilts, 75
Breeders' Association, as well as open gilts, and 50 boars have
Individual's fam
Naturally, an
the Middle West and the South.
been consigned from 25 states.
ily expense for a child from infancy
eastern Congress areas, are I The Congress banquet is
to 18 will vary widely
grooming their best fall farrowed scheduled for Monday eveningin
from this estimate, dependingon
boars, gilts, barrows, and bred j the Coliseum. The breakfastand DIESEL
family income, number of -:- KEROSENEHOME
spring for the Florida show.
gilts program for the ladies and
children, spending habits, unexpected
financial demands, and The Duroc Congress has always I, the Judging of the July and DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS

where the family lives. A family played a big part In the Improve. August boars will take place the I Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida

whose income Is much lower

than average might spend less;
and a family with a much higher .
income, a lot more than this
estimate.
These "average" figures will
give you a general idea of the
18-year cost of bringing up a

child, even though they may not




WANT ADS
Here's how Plymouth's 5-year/50,000-mila/ engine and drive train p
warranty protects you: Chrysler Corporation confidently warrants _
Listings under this heading are all of the following; vital parts of its 1966 cars for 5 years or 50,000
3 cents a word each insertion. miles, whichever comes first, during which time any such parts
75 cents is the minimum chargeLOSTMan's that prove defective in material and workmanship will be replaced '
or repaired at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's +
diamond ring place of business without charge for such parts or labor: engine i
around Flagler Beach. Reward. block, head and internal parts, intake manifold, water pump,
Contact Charles A. Donahue, 220 transmission case and internal parts (excepting manual clutch),
Third Street, South, Flagler torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle and differi i i
ential and wheel
rear bearings. Required maintenance: The
Beach. 1.6.3tp following maintenance services are required under the warranty
-change engine oil I every 3 months or 4,000 miles,whichever comes
FOR SALE-Barrel and Roping 'zi first; replace oil filter every second oil change; clean carburetorair
horse and saddle. Phone 437.3815 filter every 6 months and replace it every 2 years; and every !
1-6-ltp /6 months furnish evidence of this required service to a Chrysler L
\j Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer and request him to certify
Furnished apartment for rent. receipt of such evidence and your car's mileage. Simple enough
for such important protection.
Call Harris Appliances, 4373367. i
Dec. 23-tf.
'
FOR RENT 2 bedroom duplex

apt., screened porch and car
port. Call 4373304. 11-25-Tfc

FOR SALE LEASE. OR RENT-

bedroom Florida room, and i
carport beach house unfurnished. I

Hurricane fence encloses x
back yard. Call 4373472. 11-4-tf

FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 21/2
bath, double garage, central
heating, fire place, large Florida
room, situated on 160x110 waterfront .
lot. Call 439.2203, Flagler


SEWING Beach. MACHINE 1965 11-4-tf Model Ford anddon't Chevy

clearance sale. We have 7 1965
round bobbin sewing machinesleft.

These machines are completely

guaranteed. Equipped to offer it.
zigzag, makes buttonholes, etc.
$25 Is total price. Will accept ,
older machine for part payment.
Call Orlando 425.3577 collect.
11-4 Jan 6-lOtc
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COX' UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell,
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and
deliver all furniture free. For

sample material and prices on
labor call 4373673. T-l-tf

SEPTIC TANS: cleaning; drain
fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable .
prices. Call George Ja- )

roz, ID 7-3410 8-1-tf


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Office Phone HE 9-2242

Residence Phones or ID ID 7-3691 7-3517 U.S. Highway 1 South KRANTZ MOTORS, INC.Bunnell

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tablish residence will be from
45 to 55 years. "It will show -__ r. '---
good thinking on the part of the i{ ;, \ : 'fI L
municipalities to prepare now
the facilities and lay the background + .
to receive these people
into their communities. With
substantial funds in addition to
their social security, and medicare .
assistance these will be an
economic benefit to those who
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look now to the future" he said. )
Clearwater has now approximately NOW FLORIDA'
one hundred forty retired .
doctors who are enjoying the
lively and friendly atmosphere HAS THREE AREA CODES
provided< by a local group of citizens \
who had the vision and
love for their city to prepare to
share it.Invitations. 305
were extended to ,
the Commissioners of other 813
municipalities to come visit
Clearwater, use its program fora
pattern, and by appointment and the new one:
"sit at the table in conference"and
let them show "how amwhy" ,904
and even their mistakes
that others could follow, and
so
prosper. Your new telephone directory has, a complete list
"When the President signedthe
Older Americans Act it of Florida cities and their Area Code numbers.
marked a new commitment of
national purpose to the older
people of this Nation" said When you dial Long Distance direct in Florida,
Williams D. Bechill, Administrator
and Commissioner on Ag check your new telephone book. Then be sure to ,
ing of Washington. D. C. "The
new administration on Aging dial the proper Area Code if needed.
welded a new law that is broadin
specific in and
sound scope In structure. purpose It establish Direct Distance Dialing is fast. Economical.

er a framework hi which both
the potentialities and interests: You get the low station-to-station rate.
of older be realized
and met people with can"greater clarity. And it's easy. Just follow these simple steps:
than ever before.

'Our was three very day enlightening visit in Clearwater educational .. 1. Dial "1" to connect with the ODD equipment. '.

and inspiring", Mrs. 2. Then the Area Code of the city you're callingif i
Parker said, "and much of which -
they have done we can do." different from your own.

3. Then the individual number you want.

Federal Excise Tax
M / Call often. And dial direct.
On Telephone Bills
Fast. Easy.
/
ReductionThe
Shows
"r' Low station-to-station rates.
first telephone bills carrying
the reduced federal excise
tax were mailed to customers (Remember:After 8 p.m. weeknights and anytime Sundays you can call -station anywhere in Florida
Tuesday.The for 65c or less; anywhere in the continental S.except Alaska) for$1.00 or less. minute rates; add tax.) .

first bills went to custom
ers in the 255 central office. They
reflect the reduction of the fed
eral excise tax from 10 to three r,
per cent.
"The reduction will mean an I
annual saving of about $15.00 '.
for each Southern Bell customerin I
Florida," Buck Moore District iJ- 904r
Manager said.
Moore explained that the en
tire benefit from the reductionwill

go to the customer. "The ..+ ,.,.....'.'N" n "a r ..-....,.A.-.,. ", 4
excise tax is a tax on customers, r : DA'YTONA.BEACH f ;
"
not on the phone company he
explained. "We collect it and j OCAt.A. '4 ". PSouthern
I
pass the money on to the fed .. .
eral government." I :ELAND 0
Eventually all federal excise o '" .
taxes on telephone services will 904'. : ,.
"
be removed under the law, T u.i .,
which was enacted by the 89th i :;t .
.
Congress and signed by President J'E UrtCiI
Johnson on June 21, 1965. "The i
rmainlng three per cent," Moore
said "will be reduced by one
per cent a year until the whole
tax 1969.is eliminated on January 1,I

"We at Southern Bell are very
happy to see this tax on the way I
out," he said. "No other utility
service still carries such a tax."
"Long distance telephone serv I
ice has been subject to excise
taxes since 1932, and local servo I
ice since 1941," Moore said. In.
tended first to finance public
works projects and services, and
later to raise war funds and discourage .
nonessential calls on @ Bell
crowded lines, the tax was reduced -
to its 10 per cent level in
1954. I .





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I
EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, January 6, 1966
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SAINT AUGUSTINE I U- three programs will be in 200 foot Carillon Tower on---the In a mug.

Missionary To the Tower Auditorium.Mrs. banks of the river he made Use herb butter or a low-cal
SYMPHONY WILL Thomas W. Butler of Sar- famous. I orie sauce to bring out the flavor (

Speak at Beach PRESENT CONCERTThe asota', president of the Florida in vegetables. It does wondersfor

Federation of Music Clubs, and cauliflower, peas, broccoli.For .
Memorial Church Saint Augustine Symphony Mrs. Leon Whitehurst of Bjrooks- In calorie economy when make
Put
Orchestra will present a concertat vllle, president of the Federa I Sparkle ing cream sauce, use either the
Continued From Page 1 8 p. m. Saturday in the St. tion's Stephen Foster Memorial cooking water from the vegetables
for many, years among refugeeswho Augustine High School Auditor. Corporation, will be the speakerson Family MealsDo or skimmed milk.
from behind the
escaped ium. the Thursday program. your meals need sparkle? Surprise your family with a
Iron Curtain. Eighty-five per
Those from here participatingin Featured entertainment will to batch of biscuits, corn muffin,
cent of never leave Use a bit of imagination perk
escapees the program are Neal Atkin. include the St. Cecilia Music meals nutritiion- garlic or herb bread.
up family say
Europe. son who plays the trombone; Club Chorus of Lake City, under Florida Raw cauliflower and
Their missionary activities Included Ists with the Agricultural spinach
Band Master Howard Carson, the the direction of Mrs. E. F. Montgomery .
the forming of Sunday Extension Service.If give an interesting texture as
string base, and Dr. Allen Reynolds Sr., and Mrs. Ellen well fresh
as flavorto
vegetable
Schools, Bible Clubs and Bible an appetizer is not usually .
.
the cornet.Stephen Odom of Moultrie, representingthe salads.
stuudy groups among German Georgia Federation of Music served, serve one-a small serving
speaking youth and adults. Both of tossed salad, fresh fruit
Clubs, who will play the piano
attended language school In Eu Foster and harpsichord. cocktail using plenty of Florida Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

rope. Mr. Batten was In chargeof Attending the program will citrus, clear soup or consomme $2.50 per Year in Advance
of German WeekJan.13-19
the
Department include members of the Suwan
ministry for G. F. S. during mostof
nee River district of the state
his last term. At White SpringsThree federation who will be makinga :R.
Mrs. Batten conducted a wide 24 HourWrecker .. ..
pilgrimage to the Stephen
ministry among German refugee special programs will Service
Foster Memorial as their ob
children and youth, working mark the observance of National
of National
servance Stephen
among middle class refugee Stephen Foster Day and Stephen

children In the Bruchkobel area Foster Memorial Week at the Foster The Day.40-voice St. PetersburgMale Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
Foster Memorial White
as well as with the slum children Stephen ,
Chorus directed JohnL.
by
and those refugees living in Springs, beginning Thursday, MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
Reynolds, will be making its
the old style barracks buildings. January 13, Thelma Boltin, pro. 6th annual trip to the"Memorialfor Farm. Industrial Equipment
MusicianThe gram director of the state owned
Organist and
Rev. Mr. Batten is an out. and operated shrine on the programs afternoons.on Saturday and VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Suwannee River announced to Sunday Owner Bunnell Florida
standing organist and pianist. The organization will feature ,
Before entering the ministry he day.The songs by Foster and other Amer.
had planned to make this his day to be set aside na lean composers in choral and
career. The use of music, spe. tionally, January 13, the anniversary solo arrangements.Miss .
cially the organ and piano, as of Foster's death in BUDDY KNOX
employed by Mr. Batten on the 1864, was established by Con Boltin pointed out that
mission field, served as a great gressional Resolution in 1951. all programs are open to the YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
point of contact in reaching The wek, January 13.19, is the public and there is no admission
Bunnell Atlantic Service Station
youth and children with the result of a Florida Legislature charge other than the reg.
Gospel message. Resolution in 1953.A ular fee for entering the 243-
Colored Slides 'of Work program of tributes to Fos. acre park. u. S. Highway 1 ('7Ir. ) Phone 437.3652
Authentic colored slides taken ter and music of the great Amer. Foster is recognized as Amer.

by Rev. Batten and other mis- ican composer has been sched ica's greatest composer whose REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
sianaries working under the uled for Thursday at 3 p. m. The works inclue "Suwannee River," CARBURETORS
G. F. S. will be shown. The slides famous St. Petersburg Male Florida's official state song. The
give a very complete pictorial Chorus will appear in concert on Memorial, which now includesa 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker ServiceS

coverage of the exact nature of Saturday and Sunday at 3 p. m. I museum of Fosteriana and a

the missionary work carried on
by the Battens and the G. F. S. .

in Europe.
The public is cordially invitedto

attend. I
Refreshments served at 5:30p. :
m. Jan. 9 in Fellowship Hall
by Ladles' Guild. Public invited.

S
CARD OF THANKSWe '
t'.*rf+'I''' +
wish to express our deep +

appreciation to our friends and

relatives for their prayers, visits, a I il"w,hI
cards, flowers, covered dishes
and other acts of kindness dur

ing the illness and loss of my
dear husband Waldo W. West.

We also wish to thank doctors,
nurses, and other members of
the Putnam Memorial Hospital.

Your thoughtfulness and pray.
ers will always be remembered.
May God bless each and every : _

one. __
Waldo W. West Family


THANK YOUI '

would like to thank everyonefor Loafer.
their prayers, visits, cards, --
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