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Title: Wakulla County news
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Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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VOLUME 64 NUMBER 20 CBAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday,January 13, 1963 ,
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New Postqge Rates Florida BoyIs Purposes of Citrus s Rev.' Stokes Movedto


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With new postage rate due in you said to any one of the 2.3 Lakeland, Fla., December 22.-
Luther R. Stokes oftheCrawfordville
U days it is especially important million 4-H Members, "Take me to The purposes of a total embargoon pastor
and
no* that local busineeemen should your leader," they could well direct Florida citrus fruit as the resultof SopchoppyMethodist will
churches since 1956
"take a dose look ai their mailing you tp19-year-old Jack Strick a severe December freeze were
to Monticello Florida January -
move ,
practices to determine if they are land from Gainesville, Florida.* explained this week to almost 10-
t 3 as pastor of the f'ln *Meth-
operating, with maximum economy For the first time, a Florida boy 000 fed industry wholesalers and fc odist church there.

and efficiency, Postmaster Hen retailers around the
has been chosen as a National 4-H country by Rev. Stokes and his family came
drickson said yesterway" Homer E. Hooks general .
Leadership Winner. This was the manager to Wakulla county from Vicco: ,
"Businessmen should search deli- highest honor presented at the of the Florida Citrus Commission.
Kentucky a small community near
gently for more efficient and Annual National 4H Congressheld Iii a letter to wholesalers and ".
Hazzard in the Eastern part of
economically sound methods o/ in Chicago recently.Son retailers of Florida citrus fruits the state.

handling their mail because they of Mr. and Mrs. James and products, Hooks enclosed a
They have been an active partof
may be able in many eases to off. Strickland of Gainesville, Jackyis resolution adopted unanimously by the church and civic life of Wa-

set the postage adjustments effective the Commission outlining the rea-
a sophomore at the University
kulla county for the past 7%
January 7," he explained. of Florida where he is majoringin sons for the 10-day total embargo .

Proper use of postage scales and Political Science. His which began at 6 p.m., December uA years.
plans
are During the tenure of Rev. Stokesin
meters, in particular, can proveto 17. A second embargo of 14 daysis
to to Law School graduation :
go upon this charge a new church has
.
be.. good source of postage to commence December 27 on all
and, according to "rumors been built in Sopchoppy, a new
savings, be said. Specifically, he citrus damaged by the freeze.
may study to be a corporate Sunday School Annex has been
,. explained, businessmen can mini- "This embargo" Hooks wrote,
lawyer. addeg to the Crawfordville facilities
mite losses by making certain that "resulted from the severe freezing
Jacky was, awarded a $400.00 x along with complete furnishings
mail particularly and temperatures which occurred in
first-class scholarship, and a trip to Con- and organ in the Crawford-
sir mail-Is correctly. weighed, and Florida on December 13 and 14 .
gress for being one of the National vile sanctuary. ,
the correct causing; serious damage to citrus. .
postage carefully:
ap Winners. As top national winner Rev. Stokes ministry baa
plied. Its purpose is to prevent the ship-
he received a silver tray from a brought and addition of over 130
Individuals ment of freeze-damaged fruit and
unfamiliar with the
representative of President Ken- T persons into the two churches.
meter machines can add more nedy. to protect the high quality stand ev. and Mrs. Luther R. Stokes and Children John and Paula Leave After 7'j! Tears in Wakulla County His religious efforts throughout .-
ards which the Florida citrus industry -
postage than is necessary-which A. few of Stricklands achieve- the county has been felt by

results in a direct loss to the bu iDeaL ments include, serving as Presidentand through has the maintained and followed Audubon Society Citrus Committee W. A. Strickland, Jr. many people and his readiness to

The Post Office certainly Vice-President of, Florida 4-H years. Careful Dies help anyone at Jhiythne has made
"We want you to know that we Urges I Meets Tomorrow
wants eorrect postage but is Club Council. He attended National him )known and loved by all.
are fully aware of our responsibilities Sopchopp/ W i 1 m e r Abel
anxious to encourage the development 4-H ,Conference in Washingtonas Use of Gift i Guns Lakeland Fla. Proposals by In the Tallahassee Conferencehe
to you and your customers to various citrus Strickland Jr., 17, son of Mr. and
of mallmowhow" to make will be
segments is the senior minister in terms
a state winner in th'e conference safeguard at all times the this Mrs. Wilmer A. Strickland
qualityof If Junior gets a gift gun Sr.,
certain that considered
postal not Friday (
patrons pay January 4) of served in this Conference.
program, and was electedto the citrus fruits and products Christmas his parents should attach died Tuesday, Dec. 25, at the Uni years
than is fair.
more during a meeting of the Florida lie has served under three Bishopsand .
session
preside over a honoring which come to from Florida. it versity of Florida in
During the two the ,you this cautionary note to :- Citrus Hospital
past years Commission's Legislative
; Secretary of Agriculture. Orville three District Superintendents. -
Post Office Department he said We appreciate your cooperationand "Shoot only in the presence of an Committee called Gainesville after a short illness.A .
by Chairman Key .
Freeman, and other important understanding in this time ,of adult." This is advice coming from native of Tallahassee, he had 1
has placed special emphasis on devising Scales, Jf., of Weirsdale. A
functions while there. He is Rev. Stokes has had an active
quitea difficulty for us. headquarters of the Florida Audu- lived almost his entire life in Sop-
new techniques and"knowbow" "charmer." lengthy list of proposed action recommended part in the Wakulla Chamber of I
The embargo does not apply to bon Society in Maitland. Membersof choppy where he was active in
assist business
to in
for legislative review is Commerce and the American Cancer :
Leadership, ability and determination citrus for : whichis
fruit processing
the Audubon staff point out church and school. He was a seniorat
mailing operations. expected to be discussed duringthe Society Wakulla Unit, also
are the necessary .ingredients tightly controlled under other that this is nto just a safety sug- Sopchoppy High School and II
"For all
example offices
post session which is set for 10:00 other local civic organizations.Mrs. .
for in 4-H Club work.
including ours" Postmaster Hen- success Commission.regulations. gestion; it is State law. Florida clerk of the First Baptist Church.. .
Stokes has been on the
This combination a sure win- The Commission resolution stated that under a.m.Other Funeral services conducted '
statutes .specify were
drickson said, "hare special mail anyone
I
committee members teaching staff of the Sopchoppy
ner which is available to most all that it was deemed "necessary and areGeorge
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16 of shoot an air at p.m. Thursday at the First
technicians who available years age may *
are upon T. Cason of Winter Park School since 1956, teaching the ;
boys and girls between the ages ofJO and expedient tq declare the em- ,
rifle or a .22 only when under the Baptist Church in Sopchoppy the
to assist businessmen infostering
request Webb C. Clarke, Jr., of Dade City fourth grade.
better and 21. Through the 4-H program bargo in order to protect the pub supervision and in the presence of, Rev. Ted Rodda officiating lie

, mailing practices. youngsters are helped to be- lic and the grower and to protect an adult. Parents who permit violation -Kingswood Sprott of Lake Wales, was assisted by the Rev.Luther*

,; ;"",' Postmaster Hendrickson cltAdr' 'came better.citiz na..and..haYe, an the quality.and.,,reputation, .of. F.lo{: .; this-law Cguilty-of-misdemeanor "and- 0.''. D. Huff Jr., fMcIntosh.Tn '" Stak..s..0Ruria .&& in West Sop Editor's note: We wish Rev.
the Nationwide Improved Mall Concentrate QualitY Com: Stokes and hkrfamily God's speed
ida citrus fruit in domestic and
opportunity to develop leadership and be fined up to choppy Cemetery with Culley'sFuneral
may
Service program (NIMS) as anexample export markets." mittee headed by Reid Jensen of and commend him to Monticello
capabilities. County Agriculturaland -
of. the type of closer cooperation Home'Demonstration $300. Vero Beach is to meet at 2:00 Home in Tallahassee in feeling assured that he will become
The of the embargowere p.m.
Agents purposes this law requiring charge.
In addition to
that and baa been endeared to the of Mon-
can on Friday to again discuss the people
are in charge of .local 4-H listed as protection of the there four
pro- adult cooperation., are Surviving in addition to the
generated between business and parents ticello and his efforts will
question of higher brix for frozen untiring
rams. Who knows have public against the purchase of frozen -
you may that violated in most
other laws are are a brother. Kenneth Oliver
services. make its mark this .
thepostal
on community.By
citrus fruit of inferior concentrate. Members of
I a "Jacky Strickland" or an "All quality whenever orange
Florida communities ,a Strickland and grandfather, M. O.
NIUS introduced last his friends know
year, the protection of the and this group in addition to Jensenare many we that
American around growers,
Youngster"
your youngster shoots a bird. They are: Strickland, both of Sopchoppy, together -
calls for mallera to he will find the Latch
large reschedule always
L- house just waiting to be developed! shippers in the state who have high local ordinance prohibiting Jerry Brown of Eustis W F.
-The with number of
a
i their 'bulk mailings to reach quality fruit undamaged_ ____ bv the____ Edwards of Dade City, James A. aunts String 6n The Outside In*Wakulla 1 1I
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the discarge of any gun uncles and other relatives. I
the post office during the morning I freeze and the protection.of the Goff of Aubumdale, Robert W. County. f
within the city or town limits. .
i hours avoiding the late afternoon Florida Methodist I citrus industry in the future. The Mairs of Winter Garden, M. T. -- -

rush'' when nearly 75 per cent of Commission also declared that the -The local ordinance which officially McEvoy of'Ocala, Frank J. Poitrasof Mrs Nursie
Pastoral f creates the community as a No IncreaseIn
all first-class mail reaches the ChangesLakeland
high quality of Florida frozen Plymouth Dr. W. R. Roy of

post office. This enable the post Thirteen pastoral orange concentrate had been main- bird sanctuary thereby protecting Orlando Marvin H. Walker of Ashmore Dies
all birds within the town limits. f Business FirmsThe
office to more effectively utilize changes in the Florida Methodist tained and would be continually Lake Wales Bruce W. Skinner of Funeral services for Mrs. Nursie
which
its men, machines, and space so I Conference have been annuoncedby maintained in accordance with .the -The State law' protects Dunedin :John A. Snively, Jr., of Whaley Ashmore, 74, Crawford business population of

.. business mail can be more evenly .Jacksonville of the Commission.The all species of birds except crows Crawfordville is the same as in
James W. standards
Bishop Henley, :and star- Winter Haven, and Robert D. Flip- ville was held from the First

dispatched throughout the entire and his cabinet of 11 district resolution pointed out! that vultures, house sparrows includes thebirds' po of Umatilla. Baptist Church in Crawfordville January, 1962 announces Joseph .

working day.laowingthese. there boxes of 'citrus lings.. This protection F. Anderson district manager of
superintendents. The appointments were many and at 2 p.m., Wednesday, with the
dispatch schedules were effective Jan. 1. fruit that were not damaged by the nests eggs young. Revs. Carltoh Tucker and S. A. the Jacksonville, Florida office. lie

which are also1 available at -The Federal law,which'protects New Postal l Rates states that figures obtained by
The Rev Alonzo Davis was appointed -freezing weather and that the mar- Coxwell, officiating. Burial was a
the post office lessen s the chance of virtually all migratory birds and of the & Bradstreet .
associate minister of First keting high quality citrus fruit in the West Sopchoppy Cemetery.Mrs. physical count Dun
of mailers having to higher freeze others, such as song birds wood- Due Soon Reference Book for
pay Church St. Petersburg following free of damage would be Ashmore former tax as- January I
etc.
postage to meet special deadlines. his transfer from North Carolina resumed once the embargo ended. peckers, herons gulls, Postmaster O. E. Hendrickson for Wakulla 1963 totaled 29 manufacturers,
Florida Audubon Society sessor County, had
Postmaster ,Henderickso said (The resolution reminded that many The strongly urged citizens of Wakulla wholesalers and retailers in the
and the Rev. Lawrence Coles, a that parents give their been employed by the State Treasurer
that other techniques available to gallons of frozen: orange concen- suggested to be sure and place the correct: city, as compared with 29 in Jan
transfer from Alabama, was for"the last 10 She
."youthful toters" these rules. years. was
local businessmen include the use rate had been processed prior to gun postage on their letters, when the 1962.
named associate 'pastor of the 'Obey the five laws listed here.. born in Wakulla County and had uary
o f "pressure-sensitive bands" the freeze and that the high rate increase into
same new postage goes Mr. Anderson noted that this \
Pasadena Community Church in lived in Gainesville before '
which are used to separate" first- standards were being met and DO NOT shoot living targets unless effect. returning -, month Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. is

class mail into local and St.. Petersburg.The [they are legal game birds and animals to Wakulla County in 1931. '
out ofj would be met in the future. ; Postage rates for first-class sending requests for financial
Rev. Luther Stokes She was a member of the Eastern
wash in the wild during sea-
town bundles. "We want the wholesalers and : open
letters will be increased from four 'statements to the 2.9 million buM
the Star and
moved from life
I Sopchoppy-Craw- an honorary memberof
This.one method eliminates over! retailers to know that although I sons. Always look beyond your
circuit Tallahassee cents to five cents an ounce with Crawfordville nesses listed in the Reference Book.
three handlings which the mail fordville in the (the Florida citrus industry has been target and NEVER shoot if any letters \he Women'sClub. '
air mail
[ costing eight cents These statements are essential to
.
She
district to the Monticello pastorate.He. was a member of the
would normally have to'go.through Idealt a rather severe blow by record person or property might conceiv- instead of
issued the
credit
an -ounce seven. First the reports by
succeeds the Rev. James T. Baptist Church of Crawford
before it is delivered. that be
temperatures in December ably injured"Tragic I
First class cards will cost
who been named post ville and active in church business information agency. The
has
Tompkins was af-
: '"Good mailing practices not only the best fruit and products accidents, neighborhood with
four instead of three
cents businesses
t; only save money," he stressed, supervisor of chaplains in state will be moved to market," Hooks hat feelings, and dead birds ran all air airs until her death Monday.She requests are sent to all
mail
cards going from five to the
tt regardless of size, from corner
t "but time saved in delivery and institutions. said. "Florida citrus enjoys an be avoided this Holiday Season if is survived by four daughters

receipt of business correspondence, The Rev. Richard M. Spraguewas nviable reputation and no one in [parents who give their children air six cents. Mrs. Gilbert Langston, Tallahassee grocery to the million dollar manu
The extra charge of one cent for facturer..
F: Postmaster Hendrickse said can transferred from Holden he industry wants to risk that rifles and other guns will lay-down Mrs. Floreine Marshall,

l,:. without qotstioa, mean direct dol- Heights Church Orlando to the{reputation at a time'like this." strict rules for their uSe. This advice stamp booklets containing the five- Pensacola $rs. E. C. Ferrell Jr., Because of the constant flux in

lar savings' for the organisation Sopchoppy-Crawfordville circuit. comes from Keneth D. Morri cent and eight-cent denominationshas Crawfordville, and Mrs. Arnold H. the American business community,

as well." "For ampleIf mail is His successor at Holden Heights Flood son. Director of the Mountain Lake been dropped.' The booklets [Nevis Gainesville; six sons, Dr. there are more than 4,000 changesnow
Requests will be sold at their face value in Reference
at
occurring daily
short paid' it can mean collecting will be named later. :Sanctuary at Lake Wales and R. E. Ashmore, W. V. Ashmore,

postage due from the addressee. The Rev. Ralph Jones of Engle- Budwood Office President of the<< Florida Audubon $1 and $2 respectively.In F. W. Ashmore of Tallahassee, Book data. Thus the mammoth
addition the Postmaster, volume be re-issued
This certainly will not promote: wood was apointed pastor of Tice Society who said this week that con Durant Ashmore of Montgomery, must every
Tallahassee Dec. 19.-Commissioner tinued the booklets .will "
contain months
up-to-date
a two to keep
good will," the 'postmaster com Church in Fort Myers succeeding careless and unlawful' use of.gift Dr. Myron L. Ashmore of Holly
of Agriculture Doyle Conner handy chart the inside credit facts in the hands of
postage on manu
mented. the Rev. Wesley Kersh who returned [guns! is a cerious problem each yearin wood, and Dr. Henry L. Ashmoreof i
said that the Division of
today cover. facturers. : and wholesalers. TheM
; to Chicago. every part of Florida.. Pensacola; one sister, Mrs.Salie .
i Plant Industry's Budwood Registration Postmaster Hendrickson. warned :t. report which stands behind
The Rev. A. G. Hardee. High Many person' who feed and enJoy I Durrance, Tallahassee; three
Office at Winter Haven has residents that insufficient eau"* Reference Book
in the
postage entry
-. -"' Springs, was appointed to Engle- observing birds inquire of the brothers Raney C. Whey, Tallahassee -
been deluged ,with requests for !will be collected from the addressee contains such information as the
wood, and is succeeded by the Rev. Florida Audubon Society what can and the Rev. John K.
seeds, rootstocks lining out stock, or the letter returned to the firm's history-' :,ownership, operation
Il.f! Arthur A. Reppenhagen, Jr., who]budwood and budded trees. be done to stop the thoughtless Whaley and Taylor Whaley, both .
sender. financial and
stability, current
birds
of legally-protected:
was associate pastor of First The need for those items has slaughter of Medart; 31 grandchildren and
and slingsjjot.. The Society I Additional information on the payments record.
9 Church in New Smyrna Beach. been brought about by the recent by gun 9 great grandchildren.
fnf talk new postage- fees is available at
that if serious
a
recommends J.
dtneibhFear< The Rev. Cecil Raddiffe Jr., freeze Conner explained. Honorary pallbearer were .,'
( local office.Methodist .
not; I am with thee. was named pastor of the newly I "Since citrue nursery stock will with the offender does not produce your post Edwin Larson, Clarence Harrington -

t' -(Isa. 43:5). organized East Orlando Methodist- be in critically short supply for. results, police or sheriff's offices Norman Thomas Louie Weaver ...

comforting it is to Church. i many months the budwood registration and state wildlfie officers A- L. Porter, B. C. High,, C. L. / IN GRATITUDETo
How
that there never is a The Rev. Thomas DePoy was office will serve as a clear- should be notified. Chruch !Rehwinkel, Charlie W. Tucker:
know alone. appointed to the Taft-Livingston ing house for information regard- Persons interested in using Audubon = !George Nesmith E. C. Ferrell. gave expression of love and sympathy -
when we are
.I I time God i is always with us. He Memorial Church. Orlando, to relieve ing sources of supply. We are doing signs to post their rnnerti Services Sunday !Commodore- Taff and Robert L. .to us in Our grief over the .

strengthens and upholds us. the Rev. R. W. Blanchard this as a public service to insure as WILDLIFE, SANCTU- Rev. Sprague the new Methodist I Russ. loss of our son and brother--Abel

who is ill. the complete utilization of ARIES" may secure information by pastor will conduct his first I Active pallbearers were Eastern Strickland=we give assurance of

In the Sarasota district the Rev. what progagative'material avail writing to the Florida Audubon service at the Crawfordville Methodist Star brothers Wilmer Whaley, our heartfelt thankfulneas. You I

ik Old %3'nM"Family Douglas Ingram was appointed able within the state," the 'commissioned Society;Drawer MaiUand. For- Church, Sunday morning,. :Kenneth Strickland, Albert Moore were wonderful. Your kindness as'

the Nocatee pastorate, and the said. Ida. Jan. 6 at 11 o'clock a-nu Rev. Moody Pearce, John Daniels and expressed by flowers, food warm

Rev. Arthur Doninger to Estero. ; He issued a plea for participants Sprague has moved here from Or- Leroy Townsend. handclasps and friendly spoken

in the budwood registration program Kdreshan State Park at Estero lando to replace Rev. Luther sentiments will always be grate;,

,and others who may hav was deeded to;.the Florida Park Stokes who has been transferred to fully remembered. May God
A scale replica of the first iee- seeds seedlings registered bud *:* Monticello. of the azalea blooming
-' Service in 1961. Height abundantly bless each of you.
making machine is on display atkheD wood or registered trees for sale Sunday .School will beheld. at .season at Killeam Gardens State Wilmer A. Strickland

r. John Gorrie Historic Me- to contact the Winter Haven office, Portions of the original building 10 o'clock _ajn. Park near Tallahassee is reached Addie Strickland

pnorial in Apajachicola.: giving complete details on quan- are still visible at the New Smyrna during FebruarY and March. Keneeth _Strickland,

.. problem having- tity, size variety, condition price Sugar Mill Ruins Historic Memo-

too much month left over at and location. rial. It was started about 1830.

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SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND :
Thursday January 3,15j FOR ,WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN :
CHANCERY CASE NO.

r. WAKULLACOUNTY -.lit.TRIPLETT.THOMAS,.._-her ,TRJPLETr.hmbsnd.WALTER et TRIPLET ACNES als. Plaintiff.OBEDIAH Citrus Tre'es May a Survive The freeze After All ,



t( .' NEWS DAVIS..JOHN THTPLETT.STAMPER CHARLES and .,

f ROSS H.U f9K. et ala;. Defendants. EP THE injury to citrus freezes of the 1&14.95 season out new growth on their bare in the citrus Industry. were not pruned. California

Telephone WAlnnt 6-3341 PARTITION, SUIT from last. week's freeze follows the temperatures recorded branches. This was a perfect Dr. Webber after observ- growers are still advised to

TIt:EARNEST: NOTICE FARMER the throughout the peninsula were set-up for the disaster .that ing freezes Jn Florida and In wait a year before removing
Address Unknown pattern of past major almost exactly the same as followed when a second freeze California wrote that "t h e dead wood but to spend their -

At.w JOHN MINNIE MITCHELL FARMER MlTfHi'lT. freezes, thai Industry may ; those of lastweek.However of nearly equaling the, first crop: of the ensuing year isabnost energy during the spring and -4-

,:.? S Maat StreetPortsmouth. not be hart as --l the major part of one in severity hit; on Feb. invariably heavier than summer immeditery following il;: .,,.

, Virginia Kefehtley .. Edito H. Virginia badly as was 1 the citrus industry at that 7-9.1895. the crop of the year preced- a freeze reshaping their trees '

"' '112X FRANK'Wisconsin MATTHEWS boulevard feared at first. sIn time was north of the pres- This was the freeze that did ing the freeze. This was true by disbudding (heading back>

Dayton. OhioLENIOUS DO'single ent Central Florida citrus the great damage. Trees 30 of the crops in Florida following vigorous twigs to encourage

Address Unknown ALLEN freeze in either aqa. and so the temperatureswere to 40 years old were killedto the severe freezes of branching.

LUCILLE TRIPLETT Florida or in somewhat lower._ 15 to the ground. Variety of cit- 1886 and 1917 and of the -
Entered at Crawfordville Florida California *
general. has 19 degrees compared with 17 rus or rootstock made small crops in California followingthe

? as second class matter. Subscrip HERBERT PATSY JANE WANZA there been extensive 4'' to 22 degrees in Central Florida : difference. freezes. of 1913. 1922 and FLORIDA hu Its own .citrus
WANZA .
, .. outright last week.ACCORDING. While most of the groves specialists however and
lion rate: $3.00 per year. New Britai.Avenue killing of mature were north of the present 1937.Writing in Volume 2 of "The their word should betaken to
WILLIE MAE ROBERTS trees. The local conditions. A bulletin -
TRIPLET citrus area it is doubtful that Citrus Industry. published by cover
.
. C/O Andrew Hargrett disaster to to the late the short distance would have the University of California entitled Treatment of
R 1 I II Georgia State C8 liege i Florida's citrus SaaB r noted Cold Injured Citrus Trees"has
Savannah Dr. H; J. Webber. USDA cit- made much difference. Press Dr. Webber also
Georgia
If You Need ROAMC: MeMULLEN industry In 1894-95 was the rus specialist the fruit_was Florida to get a second severe that freeze-injured trees re- ,been written by Fred P

S02 LUCY Hazelwood IfeMULLEN Street result of two freezes one Dec frozen solidly in the 1894 freeze this season-say around covered more quickly if left Lawrence. citrus specialistwith

I Office Supplies Detroit s. MichiganDEFENSE 27-29 and the other on Feb. freeze but remained firm fora the first of February. 1963 the unpruned. the Agricultural Extension "

Business Machines Address Unknown PLANT CORPORATION: 79. month, during which time disaster of 67 years ago could A study of tree care during Service. University of .

Office FurnitureSee JAMES BELLAMY Although most this season's much of it was shipped or be repeated. the California freeze of 1913 Florida, Gainesville F I a. ...

An Address unknown Unknown crop remaining on freeze-in- used locally. After that mostof led citrus experts to develop Grove owners can obtain copies i
heirs of ELLA
or Call ; HICKS deceased, SAM TRIPLES T. jured trees is likely to drop the rest of the fruit remaining .* this maxim: free by writing to that ad- <-',

:. WHALEYat ceaaed.deceased.DICK DAVE TRIPLETT.TRIPLETT. del de- extensive damage to the trees on trees dropped. BARRING such a disaster. The-less pruning, the quicker dress.
RANEY
ceased. WALTER TRIPLET SR themselves should not be ex Although the leaves were Florida's older groves should the recovery. Florida Citrus Mutual inn

ceased.deceased.JAMES PEGGY D. T. HENRY.. d


atCAPITAL .) HENRY TRIPLET TRIPLET" "?. deceased de-- should be heavy enough for twig injury was noted. After fair-sized crop next season. trees immediately after the full in a forthcoming issue -

4 OFFICE LUCY"* .FARMER ANNA HOWARD. deceued. grove owners to do very well.. the middle of January warm This is based upon observa freeze the trees lost more of Trianglewhich goes to

\ EQUIPMENT .CO. TRIPLET ALLEN decased.deceesed.MAUDE LIZ- In they first of the two spell caused the. trees to push tions of some of the best eyes wood than, did trees which Mutual members..
ZIE MATTHEWS
THOMAS de-
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319 South Adams St. ceased. and OLLXE TRIPLETT i

", Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE If BELLAMY dead. their deceased heirs. legal if 1iYtDc. and Boasts ,' FLORIDA 'D IE57 CHILDkj Jfewand Easy
re esentativea Tampa
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FLORIDA or :!w."
You.ytOur heirs land legal representatives ::'..':.':.- ,. ..'
ate .hereby aOWledthat a Bill of- Largest Xmas Tree .: :' :: I Money-Saving Main Dish
Complaint for partition of the follow. : : .... ,_
inr described Tampa.With an assist from,
Lot 15, the West Half ofwiLot .. and :; :: y ? .
the West Half of Lot 1'. of rlartsfleU ants and a highridinghelper (no,; ;{
Nice .New House Sur,e. Wakutta County. Florida. Red-nosed Reindeer
1 FOR SALE has been* filed against you and you not Rudolph the it'

Basement, :Deep yv en. Kitchen or your heirs or legal representatives ), the largest Christmas tree,
are required to serve a of
copy your
Furnished $4950. Real answer or pleadings to the Bill of in the U..S. has been lit. in a spectacular '
III R. Walthall. Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. show at Sunlake
Terms. holiday
Easy Charlton L,
Pierce. 123 i East Jefferson -
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PO Box 187, Sopehoppy, Fla. Street. Tallahassee. Florida and ark, a new residential community.! ':.:;,: zs
the original answer or pleadings in :
the Office of the Clerk ot.the Circuit here. ...:.':.::.
XMirt on or before the 20th day of The "Great Frederico: aerialirupreme :
anuary. A. D. 19 3. If you fail to
Will for do so. judgment by default win be and official Santa Clans : IE
BA-BYS1TTING care I entered against you for the relief de-
small children in my home for manded in the BiD of Complaint. Helper for the occasion, swoopedown ;>
I DONE AND ORDERED at Craw- from bending 90-foot tempered -
working mothers, daytime, ordvt11e. Florida this 17th day of De- a
I mber. A.D. 1962. steel sway pole to touch the
evenings by appointment. Mrs. Moody Pearce
.
Crawfordville, Clerk of Circuit Court Star of Bethlehem atop the 78-foot ;MI
Jack Solomon
.W10111* County. Florida
Florida. >e. 20. 27. ,Jan. 3, 10 tree. "
: As Frederico swished through

the night air in a great arc near' .- M

NOTICE the star Santa watching from his
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Plump cabbage rolls topped with a glistening tomato sauce makesa
UNITED STATES IN AND FOR THE headquarters below, flipped a mas- main dish that has real he-man appeal. The cabbage leaves are

.1p 4L NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. ter control switch to turn on 4,180 stuffed with a sage-seasoned mixture of sausage and corn meal or
: WHEREAS on the 22nd day of December
191%. G. 1. BEER through his- multi-colored bulbs and decorations. fine dry bread crumbs blended with evaporated milk for rich flavor

BOSTON LOS ANGELES proctors Riven Buford. Jr.. 400 Mid- i The unusual Yule feat was wit- __ and juicy moistness. The sauce is made extra flavorful by using
reUe-Moor Building Tallahassee. Florida the drippings left from cooking the sausage-stuffed cabbage rolls
LONDON and J. Lewis Hall. Jr.. of Hal!. nessed, by throngs of Tampa area 'z
HartweU fc Hall Post Office Box 1228.
SAUSAGE-STUFFED CABBAGE ROLLS
residents officials. Santa _
Tallahassee. Florida filed a libel in and public
the District Court of the United States later held "open house for all the 1 head green cabbage % cup evaporated milk .
against The Snapper Boat KANAKA II. (about 2% IbJ 1 tablespoon shortening
THE for the reasons in said libel mentioned children present and the Methodist 1 pound meat % flour
sausage cup
and WHEREAS. by virtue of processin
due form of law to me directed. I church choir from nearby Lutz. r % cup com meal or fine 1 teaspoon salt I
( HKISTUNSclESCE have seized and taken the above prop Fla., sang traditional holiday songs dry bread crumbs: % teaspoon pepper
.. erty and have same In my- euatody Florida State March of Dimes Child for the 25th anniversary year Vi teaspoon rubbed sage 1 can(1 Ib. 12 oz.)tomatoes
NOTICE is hereby given to all and carols. 'I i
persons
whomsoever having any right, title or of 1963 is Kenny Norconk, 7, DeLand, Florida, born with multiple Cut core out of cabbage and'l.t cold water run into opening to loosen leaves.Remove .
interest in the said Snapper Boat The ceremonies climaxed 'a long' birth defects, including hydrocephalus (water on the brain). Pictured 12 leaves from head. ke.pincrthem as whole as possible. Use

hereby KANAKA cited U.to and be the and respondents are jo mel for the 69-year-old spruce with his good friend, Mayor Louis A. Skillman of DeLand, Kenny remaining cabbage for slaw or some other purpose at another meal. In t
appear byproc
tor or to person before the District ,pin which began three weeks ago symbolizes the thousands of American children who need help under a large kettle add water to the depth of % inch. Add the 12 cabbage '
Court at the Clerk's Office thereof to I New York State's Catskill- The National Foundation-March of Dimes program to fight crip- leaves and cover kettle with a tight-fitting lid. Place over high heat until I
be held at Tallahassee. Florida on in pling birth defects, arthritis and polio through. the best in scientific water'begins to boil then turn heat to low and let leaves steam until ,
the 11th of Flor- .
day January. 1983. at Rail-shipped to
10:30 o'clock in the ,forenoon of that Mountains. research and medical care. tender. about 5 minutes. Remove leaves carefully from kettle and set :1
date, then and thereto Jnterpose in ida aboard a special gondola car- "The aside to drain and cool slightly. Meanwhile mix sausage meat corn meal !
writing, a claim answer, or claim and and helicopterwere annual interest on the bread crumbs and milk Divide
scaffolds, a or sage evaporated together thoroughly. "
answer or other defense to the libel cranes
Interesting, filed herein. _. Emmett E. Shelby required to lift the forest'! "It N i aid"that one finger Federal debt "runs to $17,690 into 12 portions.Place sausage mixture on stem end of each cabbage leaf I

United States Marshal. tit) decorate it. on: the right hand of a neighbor every minute Only 22 and roll folding in sides to keep filling in place. Melt shortening in a :
and
Accurate giant into place of burs ha> been worn years ago the entire Govern- large skillet over low heat. tilting so shortening completely coats bottomof
The trimming job alone consumed -. ; pan. Place cabbage rolls fold-side down In skillet; cover skillet tightly
almost two weeks. down nearly ,, an inch !since ment was operated on what it and cook over low heat 40 minutes. Remove rolls from skillet to platter

Complete The tree, 30-feet in diameter at: the advent of the dial phonesin now takes to meet interest and keep warm. Stir flour. salt and pepper into drippings is sldllct then

Is'' Bruce/*-J. Dennis Lo! payments on the debt"-Rep.H. slowly stir in liquid from canned tomatoes, then tomatoes. Cook stirring
5 tons
Interaetienel News Coverage IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY i the base and weighing % ness i Cornell.VN.j: Courier.' R. Gross I D., Iowa.) constantly over medium heat until thickened about 10 minutes. Pour over
: JUDGE. IN AND FOR WAKULLA bigger than the Yule attractions' cabbage rolls and serve. Makes 12 rolls ((6 servings). !
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The Christian Science Monitor RE COUNTY.ESTATE OF FLORIDAIN NORMAN A. decorating the White House lawn

One Norway St.. Boston IS. Matt. I I SPEARS. DECREASED. in Washington, D. C., (by six feet)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Send your newspaper for the time l' All creditors of the estate of Nor- or Rockefeller Center in New York ,

checked Enclosed: find my check or man A. Spears deceased. are hereby Ctiq (by 11 feet), ,
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notified and required tofile any; I
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money order. Q I year $22. claims or demands which they may The tree will be lighted each : I .
C 6 nwrrths $11 Q months $5.50 have against said estate In the office I k
of the County Judge of Wakulla evening until New Years, and I

County. Florida in the courthouse aCrawfordville. Santa will be at his headquartersthere I
Name Florida within eight !
.
calendar months from the date of the until Christmas Eve. Special I
first publication of this notice. Each
Address claim or demand must be in writing programs of holiday music are!
and must state the place of residenceand planned nightly.
post-office address of the claimant I'VE FOUND A
Zone
City and must be sworn to by the claimant \
or it will
his agent or attorney
State '' be void according to law. "When people remove their

PB-16 Aughtry Administrator Belle of Chamber the Estateof bills from the envelopes, eco- r s'C

Norman A. Spears deceased. nomic conditions are getting ,
Jan. 1-10-17-24 NEW WAY
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'Thursday,January X1H3 rise Sopchoppy Ne wsi FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE .

i by Mrs. Ralph Brown RAINFALL REPORT

:' 'Have a good 'day!''t [ 'The-w60I community regrets to

lose Rev. and Mrsw Luther Stokes, The Florida Forsst Service announced

Paula and John, who have lived tho -
following: rainfall recorded
morning rash hours in selves iplritoaJJy us for TH Under
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; among years. .
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THE WakoLla Camty towers for the week :. '-
cities where thousands of God and :
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man his leadership a new Methodist
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travel the same in the Bible. This church has been built and the of December IftjiPr through ." :

rosies to work each: day are larly true of church and parsonage grounds December 2A. 1962Craxfordville I
somewhat dis&rbing to many. tian Science who c
.Whether travel is by commuter promise fn sack: beautified. Rev. Stokes concern .
train, by bus or automobile,'or this one (Ps. : and many deeds of kindness to the .tower jCO ..- -, !

by some other means of transportation the day which the people of"the entire county will be Newport Tower ..00.lverage '. '

r there always seem made; we will missed, also Mrs. Stokes who has .... '
to be too many people going in glad in it" been an efficient teacher in our .00' : .

1 &e case direction at the same Mary Baker Eddy school and has given so much time -,

time Consequently, elbowing Christian Science. working with the children and FIRE REPORT ,
pushing crowding, frayeda It. oa the spiritual Fires to date this 69 : -
They transferredto
youth. are being; year
nerves, and exploding tempers the Bible. For
seem to be the order of the day. "Science and Monticello FlaRev.. and Mrs. Fires to. date last year" L9 1

One morning the writer to the Scriptures," Richard Spague and two sons of Acres to, date this ye&r_ L.L.76

paused'for a moment at a point spiritual definition e Orlando will be moving" into the Acres /to date last year "i67.1.
where hundreds lean their MdayM part of Methodist parsonage Jan 3rd and
.transportation and hurry off to follows ( 584) S.J .L.
p. : we welcome them into our community -
their respective places of basi- suet of Life; light, '
DeaL As he observed the people idea of Truth and
themselves and Among' the young; people home'
she-
rearranging regaining adds. The
their composure he and sense disappear from college for the holidays were ; E .-

also noticed, and was pleasantly mination of Robert and Linda Roddenberry: Tallahassee CS: :; .

surprised at,the frequencywith standing and Frank Jones, Jr.

which friends would time according to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Langstonand

leave each other with a genuine is unfolded." baby Stephen from Huntsville Flowers &. Candy Inc. SERVICE .
I smile and the
happy phrase To have a good
"Hav a good day I" in the light of Ala.., spent Christmas with
As he pondered this biter he one must.separate his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos ;

realized how full of meaning of human affairs the Langston.Our .

such a declar. gtion.was. It was which one is directly community has been saddened : Formerly Tillman's t_
as though every individual were Then by applying by the sudden death of Abel ."-- .-' .
endeavoring to encourage his understanding that sprig of holly, are Strickland elder son of Mr. and :." 103 EAST JEFFERSON STREET'PHONE : ,
friend to forget the mad rush reflection of God bu et. Prepare
Mrs. Wilmer Strickland. Abel wasa
Just behind him and to embark these duties are l1a ready to use.
happily upon the duties of the foldment of God's door.) young man of highest Christian ,
1. day thoroughly expectant ofaoocL measured and character and is a great loss to
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and that one has ) frozen mixed our town. We extend our sym- .

In today's busy world in telligence and ability cooked and pathy to his family and relatives.
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which the thought predominatesthat these duties with a ) condensed Mr. and Mrs. Bart Cooke former 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor :

men need to compete for of.success. For all of Cafe
chicken soup operators Sopchoppy WA 6-3301 CRAWFORDVILLEStarts
everything, even for their and incidents
I have moved to Smith Creek there
pie crust
places in public transportation Following one's i
or on the public highways a be engaged in these the,crust and cut they will reside with Mr. Eli Lang- i I
crab meat ,
clash of thoughts and acts often God's plan and of chicken soup. ; ston. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp will I

appears unavoidable. In'luch with the right out remaining be the new managers.Mr. .

cases the pleasant reminder, the assurance of Press edges of and Mrs. Guym Tully and
Hare a good day!I" is a fitting the evidence of fork. Bake at children of Ft. Myers and Mr. and
climax to such an experience. Therefore to If frozen unbaked
On the other hand if one were day" stems from can be reheated Mrs. Jack Rowan and son of Alva FLORl A STATE

to begin his cia, with that and as a result of the tossed green salad Fla., spent the Christmas holidays I
thought he would no doubt good that this ) with their mother. Mrs. Ruth ,7- i
V of Thru Saturday Jan. 5rHARLTONHESTON
avoid the experience. of hurry life, one learns to dry mustard cup or Rowan. Wed.. Jan. 2nd I

altogether. ; every day as the for one 12-ounce Mrs. Carrie Ashmore left Mon ',WILLIAM HOLDEN ..

Many individuals, before set. the Lord's day hot or cold. day for Waco Texas to attend the TREVOR HOWARD I
ting out for work or doing what- opportunity to funeral of her brother. SOPHIA I.OREN"EL
ever it is their lot to do, begin glad." The CAPUCINE
the Christmas
their day by strengthening them: Monitor. Among *enjoyable
.. -/ week activities was the Lions CID"
'
Quenching the Fire of tNT E RS EJ Club Christmas dinner party heldat liTHE LION"Also

k' Oak's restaurant and the Wo- Special Attraction
Times 1:40 ..:50 R:00
mans Club dinner party at Faviera ,
.
"FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS

,,.. is a consuming rebuke of Peter's' restaurant. Everyone brought OF 1962" Adults $1.00, Child 50c
gifts and had fun. On Sunday
GOSSIP which can conceivably sonal curiosity .... ...J .
the Methodist church had '
destroy character future of his i wJ4 evening

happiness, and even health. John, for the their Christmas tree and program PERRY HIGHWAYS CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
. This destructive activity of the plainly (John 21: put on by the Sunday school. Af OUTDOORWed. OH WOODVHIE HWY. 'I

carnal mind is carried on will that he tarry terwards the W.St.C served refreshments ... .
through the human agency of what is that to and farewell' gift of thru Thurs. Fri. Sat., 3-1-5
Sat., Jan 2.5
talebearers. How concisely and thou me.
Double Feature
I vividly the Bible describes it One's pathway luggage was presented to Rev. and Showing: at 7:20
f I in these words (Prov. 26:20- the Christ Truth, Mrs. Luther Stokes: from the ALEC GUINESS Showing at 7:25 I

22) : "Where no wood is, there vious ways of church members. DIRK BOGARDE PETER SELLERS. I
the fire goeth out: so where with its Pfc. and Mrs. Harry Kendall of :MAI ZE'ITERLING"ONLY '

there is no talebearer the itiveness and Tampa and. Mr. ,and Mrs. Pattonof "DAMN THEDEFIANT" TWO CAN

a.:. strife ceas th.. .. The words tions. The great .A''l Tallahassee spent the holidaysat : color PLAY"Plus
j"'"' of a talebearer are as wounds, kind is to decorations created r Plus Feature at 9:20
their south of Sopchoppy
cottages Feature at 9:20
, craftsman for tree,
: and they go down into the the Christ-love and JAMES STEWART -
mantle hate been DORIS DAY and
Innermost parts of the belly. healing. -
GRACE KELLY
in evidence in re- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown CARY GRANTm
is so occupied he I ;
The compassionate Christly
qualities of true humanhood less inclination to Perhaps'it's day a when turn spent Christmas day with the 'REAR WINDOWt. "THAT TOUCH

; and courage are required to about another's cranberry strings :Eastpoint Browns. Sunday visitors .. -...-' -. .. OF lIINKt.1J4 I.
4; ', pour the waters of truth upon time to indulge in Perhaps its Just at the Ralph Browns were ...
.<. gossip and quench its malevolent them. The reward mass-produced J. F. Kilbourn family of Panama
is assured for the
flames. The spiritual. City Miss Edna Causseaux of Tallahassee .
mature those the holiday
scene -
truth of being as taught by
I Christian Science is that man of others are based : is given distinc and the Eastpoint Browns, THURSDAYJAN.

is the image and likeness of loving, impersonal and with decorative Mrs. Annie Harms, Mr. and Mrs. AUCTION
simple JO
t; God, and this truth destroys of Christliness; fireside ingenuity. Walter Harms.
'-' the false beliefs about man is to lift the of angels and Mr. and Mrs. W. A.. Futch of 10 A.M.

t. :which would, if accepted, provide demnation rather. in colorful cos Panama City spent the. Holidayswith
..Jo fuel for gossip's fire. more firmly upon tree hangings
: her parents Mr. and Mrs. 14.UHIT
shoulders of SUN-N-SAND
painted, used flash MOTEL
Mary Baker Eddy, who discovered activities are on constructed Shell:; Roddenberry.Mrs. .
na
', and founded Christian quenching the fire family-made Florida Roberts spent
Science had neither time fornor Property of Mr. & Mrs.
rather than these add much to Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. Don Grere
with the trivial
patience ,
it. of the season.
"'
Inez Yent of Tallahassee.
). unworthy or malicious indulgences The words of a in painting small PERRY, FLORIDA. "Gateway to All of Florida"
Mr. and Mrs. David Dunlap and
of material thinking and
difficult
to
inflict deep wounds I mile from town at unique
where
speaking. Her vision always reach the heart ,a brush "Duco" 'son of Atlanta spent Christmasday traffic flow from spot concentrated .
very 3
rested upon the illimitable and enamel in an aero- with their parents, Mr. and major highways (U.S. 19 98
f. ships destroy : and 27A)
into its' merge into one 4-lane stretch. 18 mi.'from
reaches of spiritual being, has been known to comes own Mrs. OIlie Dunlap and Mr. and Gulf.
and
finger tip -
the boundaries :
never upon narrow
of physical personality. happiness of object is bright Mrs. W. C. Harden.
Businesses have
In -Miscellaneous Writings Then using artist like spend
the spreading of in enamel, the "Spend you are EXCELLENT
.. ," we.read (p. 230), "Three rumors.If go on. Try ing your own money and remember GROSS-LOW OVERHEADThe
ways of wasting time, one of decorations. when spend. it ,
we are : own you record.of this motel shows an excellent
ie, which is contemptible, are from the divine fun and you'll sur you've got to pay the bill.- Income although the 4-lane gross
highway
gossiping mischief, making lingering now com
perfection, then we John Shriver, chief of the plete, was under construction
J, calls and mere motion and voice only UfHwutien SOTtet) during much of the
Maryland Bureau of Fiscal time since this motel
when at work, thinking oft' truths of spiritual was finished in 1960.
"' nothing or planning for some are acknowledging Research, in instructing new
amusement travel of limb tender members of the legislature.
more than mind. then we can ; j 14 UNITS WITH LUXURIOUS APPOINTMENTS .

Certainly gossip is a contemptible brotherly kindness : [ Spacious rooms with 2 double beds each. Beautyrest
waste of time; it is fection. Let us ; TODAY AND TOMORROW mattresses and springs. Kind of rooms that will-
a despicable activity which of 'pure and enable you to do a superior
management, job with .
indicatesthat latent elementsof thus quench the BY RALF HARDESTEfl ease. Modern and
animality are in need of of hatred and gossip I .. roomy living quarters for o P er- '

.:., healing. Intense preoccupation The ungovernable Feature Editor of TV GUIDE MAGAZINE ator. City water and fewer Economical heat. Aircondnhoung.
.
". ... with the affairs of others is gossip will destroy 15 new TV sets. Best Ceramic Tile

i{ -S one 'of the symptoms of talc- leaving desolation baths. Linen room with goodly supply.. Wool wall-
I bearing which if dealt with at break in their TAKES AIM AT the teen-age audience to-wall carpeting. .

F its inception can be.destroyed, flames of love will Frankie Avalon comes aboard as guest- .

and thus. it can be prevented path for many a January show Look for Paul Muni, no*less,
t"r- from spreading .malice andes.y. and lead him safely in an upcoming Rawhide ..Burgess Meredithwill ARCHITECT DESIGNED-BEST CONSTRUCTIONThe
I It may have been this we kindling or are act in upcoming; episodes of Sam Benedictand
incipient evil which Christ ing the fire of The Eleventh Hour .'. Chuck Connors is Sun-n-Sand Motel incorporates advanced design -

hIM was, correcting in his Chritttan Science doing a movie "Flipper," in the Bahamas .. planning for management ease and quality for
Alan Ladd plans to star in a new hour series. low upkeep. Concrete block with brick trim. 20-
Medicine The Man from the Pentagon which would be, year marble chip roof. All partitions and
ceilings _
Pick Your Sex .
produced by his own Jaguar Productions .
i heavily insulated. 22'x44'
! pool is,ideal sales clinch
At Rod Serling's adaptation of The Comedian" for
I : L Snake Diary: Playhouse 90 will be turned into a feature picture er. Beautiful landscaping and grounds. Space for
trailer court if desired. Good
Work early next year. Mickey Rooney played the restaurants nearby.
: title role in the original Carol Burnett
bounces to Broadway next fall to star iniCnew:, .

SLKEPY! LAGOON: Sport fishing. researchers are Jule Styne musical,"The. .Unfair. Sex. TERMS INSPECT THIS PROPERTY NOW
,- quilizers to immobilize fish tagged before return .
I.. They're also studying effects of THE FRED ASTAIRE PREMIERE ON Nov. 29%: Down Look over this outstanding opportunity at.
acid derivative on marine life HEARING A Carol Lynley in "Whatever Happened td Miss your leisure. For additional information you
,,' Johnny Carson who resigned as host of ABC's ..r. at 6%
Lawrence and Henry Puharich relays sound from I might want .. or for BROCHURE show.
t phone-receiver to hearing aid embedded between Trust? to succeed Jack Paar on NBC's Tonight may "er R year.
filled teeth PICK YOUR SEX: Fertility expert that"you can't trust anybody. Comedian Woody ing pictures and giving i deteris, uN or write.
r \ Kleegman expects couples soon will be able to Carson's successor on Trust is reportedly being
"_ guess whether offspring will be boy or girL Her ABC to star in a new late-night A-
predominate when insemination takes, place at time beginning next year. It would >
.f tion girls: when. it occurs two .days before o Uon.t' directly opposite ,Tonight :. Don # LOOK! .
left for Japan where NBC's Inter -;
'. GOOD,BUGS FOR BOSSIE: Agriculture scientists ; which he hosts, will film two :.

have grown stomach bacteria for cows which Test film for the new New Electric Sewing Machine' ,
I- milk on less feed CRUCIAL PAPER: show to be produced by Herbert '
worked out "on paper" by civil defense officials are for CBS, goes before the cameras for Someone Who Attends.
f verse twist by University of California radiology I ,. >
I Eugene L. Saenger. He urges that ambulances be : -' ;
} removal wrapping paper for safe transport of HAS ADDED LANA TURNER BRING FRIENDS ENJOY YOURSELF! '
victims to prevent contamination of ambulances overseas Christmas show to ,air :
entire hospitals SNAKE DIARY Portland. Frank Sinatra who doesn't do much Bob ?,,P*
1. is in raCUe-snake-milking business after commercial will guest with old friend Dinah Christmas
venom ran dry. Diagnosticians use the poison for 'Dec. !9 ,show Here's Hollywood abroad J. L. TODD AUCTION CO.
an inherited metabolic disorder.
<, phenylketonuria. S ; *. than two years on NBC will probably move over to
January .. Danny Kajre will star in a weekly hour. "
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UNSPOKEN TRANCE Cleveland 1005 16th Street North
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series on CBS next fall. All three networks had been "
'police have adapted his findings in order'to:
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him, but-CBS pinned down the deal with a "multi
.prisoners without verbal suggestion. St. Petersburg Florida Phone 7-5543
j t Technique "contract. Danny for the last 15 years had withstood ,
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4 Thursday January 3,1963 ; QUEENS ALL !
Disaster Seen By Ike Others

Aerospace Industry To Assist Depressed Area ,

WASHINGTON Eighteen qualified sources In those areas. .
aerospace compalnes. workingin The trial program Is being
cooperation with the Depart- coordinated by a task force : InPower Grabs
ment of Defense have under- from AIA's Small Business Subcommittee WashingtonLeaders
taken a comprehensive program of the Materials
designed to channel aerospace. Procurement Committee. _
subcontracts into geographicalareas Ron M. Linton. Director of in the nation's political the influence of the federal ut government: through a
which have, a labor surp- Economic Utilization for the '
Department of Defense praisedthe industrial and spir government over *" many government of men rather
lus.The 18 firms members of the trial program as "a volun- itual life have joined in warning phases of our live and activities than a government or laws'*
Aerospace Industries Association tary attempt by industry to do against the disastrous is the most xerioux threatto Rev. Graham asserted:
have volunteered to par- something about the labor surplus "
that
consequences will ensueif OUT American xyxtem. "The three greatest danger
ticipate In the program In an in depressed areas. This is
effort to provide avenues by a demonstration of the aero- federal encroachment into Other Warnings facing the United States are
which the industry can assist space industry's understanding private economic affairs is not Joining with General Eisenhower moral deterioration, deficit
economically depressed area- and concern for the problem of 'C halted._ in .denouncing the spending and eemmuntsmand -
effective use of unemployment." B]
through more Heading the group of distinguished spread of government controlsand in that order.

American who big-spending at the Congress "I am not a bu iRe Aman
pounded the warning at the conducted by the Na- but I have sense enough to
Nancy Davis,20-year-old 67th Annual Congress of tional Association of Manu- know that when you spend

1957 MERCURY Pasadena City College American Industry in New facturers Dec. 5-7, were Governor more than you take in, some-

Hard Top, 2-Door Radio and $545 sophomore will reign as York City was former Pre-- Nelson D. Rockefeller thing is radically wrong. We

Heater, Automatic Transmission, Rose Bowl Queen. dent Dwight D. Ki: :;enho\v&r. of New York the Reverend are spending not only our

Only __-______ He declared: Billy Graham Donald J. Har- children's money but our
k "We should take careful I denbrook, chairman of NAM' grandchildren's, money. The
note of fake prophet who board and board chairman of coming year's deficit. wiN be
.
us to change the the American Creosoting Corporation the 27th deficit in the 33
urge goals
VOLKS WAGBN, : ":. pant
1959 J lIJHq .....,, ..
mw' ::/:
Heater ... ... : : .... of free enterprise for those and other 'eal.oof history.
2-Door) Radio and -- $1095 :1. : >;;fi:::;::lml.J:" ;: ..... many ) our
that place emphasis i on crea- prominent personages in the "Most' of us do not worry
.
"'r--,::: ".".:..'!'f'r ture comfort, on escujwi from country's public and economic about the size of the national
...
\': .f'<
J ":;.;:.i !".t;'ur: =',.' ,. risk, on Belief from toil and affairs. debt because it is too big to
k -. 'from individual responsibility."Such (:ov. Rockefeller aid: worry about, out I have the

1961 FORD' ,_ : \ Ji doctrines could "in s i "private enterprise can old-fashioned con riches that
6-Clyinder, 2-Door, Radio, Heater $1395 \ i time, corrupt the self-reliance, only) operate efficiently withina the debt nit he /raid ."N,,-

Standard Transmission the pride of work, the imaginative r framework of laws, administrative day."
: 1// \2 I stewardship that have i actions and( attitudes Mr. Hardenbrook declared:

i been the hall-mark of the which create confidence and "Can national goals| I be

1958 CHEVROLET, 6 Cylinder, Virginia Jasper '19.year.old I ..n' American cha.'acter.Ve see encourage economic growth. achieved by non federal
2-Door, Radio and Heater, 95 University of Florida sophomore : evidence that some- erosion; i is "The weakness in the cur- means? The answer to this
Automatic Transmission, $6 Queen of the 1963 {" developing.. rent recovery poses a real question has been, i is and must
Orange Bowl Festival in if ii "Though citizens are partially danger in the face..of last Jan- be. 'Yes!' The history at this
This Week* Special ..._._ her official car as she prepcres poses responsible for this, yet uary's optimistic forecasts for country i is the story of individuals \

for the Jamboree Parade on power-hungry politicians in it encourages those theorist overcoming utatMcle
January 1st.t Washington have fur some who hold that the logical cure and the um total of these aocnmi
1960 FALCON years dune more than encourage i is to increase government >h hment* has constituteda 1

Door, Radio, Heater, Standard SI 1 095 thee trend -they have spending in order to shore up .great national achievement
Transmission, Good Buy __ enacted laws that make almost; purchasing; power and stimulate "The concept of national

inevitable a growing dependence growth. solutions superimposed from
upon government largess, ;,.tmomi,. ytoirth cannot the top (bv the federal KOV.
.'(Imini-teied. of course. by a Lf achieved Inj Much Mnitirr ernment) is fallacious dun

1958 RAMBLER 4-door sedan; iviitrally directed army of government xjwndiny. Thin genius and wasteful. Therecan

automatic transmission, $495 bureaucrat". panacea has failed every timeit he no permanent and

heater ........................................ ."Pu :o es ion uf po\\er too has been tried' throughout : lasting solutions to so-called
utter creates a thirst fur our-history. national problems unless
more: greater control over all "The quickest way to un- they are based on the exercise
the affairs of the nation seem dermine this ( free enterprise I of responsibility, In the
... .. .
<- to be a deliberately{ adopted system is through capriciousor individual the family I he

1958 ENGLISH FORD 4.' objective. I Itrlirrr that this arbitrary!, punitive administrative church and the IUl.ul com

4-door sedan; extra.- ....$345. tunxtatttli/ inrrraxitnaccept' action at 'any level 1 munil '." .

good buy at ................................ A cleaning woman at Chicago's ancf iif-aml xjixsiVm to-
Opera House is so moved by
Kim tory of Miami seems to Ballerina Maria Tallchief's
be in the dark about the advantages formance during rehearsal per she March of Dimes Helps Youngster

1956 :BUICK 4-door sedan; of her.Mother's wig. tries to emulate actions. .1

automatic transmission, ..$395
radio, heater CRAWFORDVILlEPERSONALS With 'Assist' from Coincidence

Anderson.... too ""M1KMB "..;<> .
How The Daisy Kathy I KS. 31
young at 18 months to un
C. L. Townsend, Jr., spent the derstand coincidence. Thsis
CHEVROLET V8. Chain Storied F
1960 ,
9 5 Christmas holidays with his par- the story of: how it tippedthe .
.. Bellaire Radio and Heater, $13
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Town-
Automatic Transmission __.. .-- Matthew Vassar was a balance in a life-and- e
: brewer of Poughkeepsie, send.Mr. death battle for her-hope- .J
N.Y., who about 100 years Jewel Hudson Mr. and Mrs. fully, in favor of life. .
ago founded Vassar College Bert Hudson and family spent The first child of Mr. and Mrs.
America's first privately Christmas with Mi. and Mrs. Dick James Anderson of Grundy,
endowed college Lundy at Live Oak. Va., Kathy was born in Decem- # v/
/or ber, 1960 with spina bifida-a *
: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Craw- .
;: ALFORDCHEVROLET women Vassar girls still severe birth defect in which
: sing: ford spent the holidays in Decatur, the spinal column fails to close N
"And so you see, for old Alabama. completely. Its cause is unknown -
V.C. Miss Gladys Hudson and father, and there are too few .t
specialists in its treatment.Mrs. .
Our l love shall never fail. Mr. Hudson spent Saturday night
Anderson had been sent
: Full well weknow with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson.Mr. home, uncertain of her baby's
That all we owe and Mrs. Curt Spears are future, while Kathy remainedin .
; ,, To Matthew Va.ssar's. visiting their son, Di. Dan Spearsin ,.the hospital. The doctors $.
undecided the next
ale! Denver Colo. were on

Mrs. Bobby Posey has returnedto move.
Helpful Neighbor Phones
her home from the Tallahassee "
COMPANY Ten Then the
days passed. 11
A new campground featuring Memorial Hospita't.Tommy And:rsons' telephone rang. It 4a' .; .
lover 70-tent and trailer campsiteswas Raker who is a studentat was a neighbor who had just ." .d :.d'' '

: recently- opened' at Jonathan Duke University in North read Linda a Breese magazine of story Columbus about During reassuring check-up visit to March of Dimes-financed Birth .

:Dickinson State Park near Kobe Carolina spent the Christmas holi- Ohio, the 1961 March of,..Dimes Defects Clinical Study Center at Children's Hospital, Columbus,
: < 37 Years Of Satisfying; Auto Buyers Sound. days with his parents Mr. and Poster Girl. Ohio, Kathy Anderson, 18 months, gets loving embrace from 1

: Mrs. Artense Raker. The article, in the monthly parents, Jim and Barbara Anderson of Grundy, Va.

Mis. Helen Harvey gave a Coffee publication Moose told of the how Loyal Linda Orderof alsoa ,into her body to be absorbed. ing well to much of the treat-
last Saturday afternoon in bifida victim, had undergone Kathy went back home to ment we are prescribing for
.. honor of Mrs. Hall Whaley of : spina an operation at Children's Grundy in February of 1961 her. However like most chil-
I after spending a month atChildren's dren with severe birth defectsof
Punta Gorda, Fla., who spent the Hospital in Columbus,
Hospital but she'sbeen the central
and nervous srstem,
making
was now steady
: holidays In Crawfordville.Mr. under a program of a regular visitor since. she has complications which we
and Mrs. W. C. Mathis of progress treatment and rehabilitation at Faithfully each month from can't fully correct because we
March through October, Mr. don t know enough about them
Hot Springs, Arkansas are visiting the March of Dimes-financed
'
,, '. and Mrs. Anderson drove 650 yet
Clinical Study Center there.
:- : their Mathis and
sen Matt family.
miles, round trip, between Centers Fight
Mrs. Anderson, whose father- CripplingThe
,Mrs. Delma Ah.-ens of Grinnell Grundy and Columbus, leaving
-- -
in-law is a Moose member, read
11s1MO11it77 expert medical team at
home at midnight to reachChildren's
Iowa, spent the Christmas holidays the article for herself and Hospital at 8 a.m. the March of Dimessupportedcenter
with her daughter Mrs. Richard promptly called her family and returning the same after- in Columbus and thosein
'I Bonyata and family.} physician, Dr. Thomas McDonald. noon. more than 5 ., ( They agreed on an mme- : 'are working to improve fta(.-
'. : j JUr. and >/rsv Cecil Wright spent\ dc6.t tc 'the: Breese Samily", Kattx* Gtaftfcft&CVwtYl \' noste treatment and rena6tfta'tion (-
,- CAritms win their son, Boo at zoo miles away I This enabled D1' Bober son techniques to help make
.
L I Shaw Air Force Base in Sumtat, Mrs. Breese confirmed the I and all the her members oi I possible nearly normal lives
story. She also praised the the Clinical Study Center's :for toe victims of crippling
..s. : S. C. Bob Wright returned home skills of Dr. Martin P. Sayers medical team to keep a close I birth defects, arthritis and
:r' ___ i with his parents and has left for who had performed the opera- I check on Kathy in the impor- polio. -
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__ Tampa where he is being trans- tion on Linda and of Dr. Wil- tant early months and to act Jim and Barbara Andersoncan
; : ferred. liam O. Robertson director of promptly on any changes in only hope that the work of
I .- c71: /i I I the March of Dimes-supported her condition. i Dr. Robertson and his associates -
} ',' ..- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlan and S Center. Now that the critical stage Is will bring a promising
': JheV"ddr. ciuco sons of Atlanta spent Christmas I' With Dr. McDonald makingthe past, the Anderson must make i future to Kathy But they can
e arrangements Kathy was that,.long auto trip only once i personally endorse his diagnosis -
j F ; Holidays with Mrs. Carlan's par- soon taken to Columbus for every three months. But it of their daughter's d s- .
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. surgery by Dr. Sayers. The doesn't seem so long to them position.
; : thtne .Jame out Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. operation was successful but now because it leads to hope "She's a lively happy baby
......>. 16 Barrow,. Christmas day includedMr. Kathy then began to develop for Kathy's future. I who loves to have people
.. .. hydrocephalus or water on the Despite her continued improvement around her," says Mrs. Ander--
-: :) : and 'I rs. Cedell Barrow and brain, which frequently accompanies Kathy's problemsare son. "We to keep her from
... '. son, Neal of Woodville Mr. and the open spine con- far from over. Says Dr. getting spoiled but it s not easy.
P' --T' roude e 2i//ent Mrs. Gattis Barrow .and three dition. Dr. Sayers inserted a Robertson: What can you do with four
;'** ** >: ;< 16 plastic tube which drains the "Kathy is a cheerful little grandparents who have only
children and Mrs. Emma Lee excess fluid from Kathy's head girl who seems to be respond- one grandchild to fuss over?
t Green Mrs. Atlas Wilder of Tallahassee -
,
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S also Mr. and Mrs. Bob
,:: i; \ If t your home has that dreary, weathered ,look Spears and daughter lannie and My Neighbors WISH I'D I .

I F 'f't\ paint can do wonders for ft.'Of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Spears of

Medart.Mr. .
: ,'d".l; : SAID THAT
;: ti : ', : ', :. ; if-you're beginning to feel crowded, and Mrs. C. L Rehwinkel 000t
spent the Christmas holidays with
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'. dOSet tf -" and family in Montgomery, Ala. :4
..- new space cart add. amazingly to t lpraq
"" Mr. Ned Stewart has returnedto
>, :, comfort and happiness of the whole family. 'j.I :; his home after being a' patientin =fc1

", 9 \'. the hospital in Gainesville for, : wlr r "One large miracle kitchen knife
l' Whatever your home improvement plans maybe, the past 4 weeks r ing cuts frozen foods is be-

: I' : .,, ..';..; let us help! you finance the. cost. You'lllike : Mrs.. Minnie Williams of Pensa- cause of the advertised. We'd prefer"
;' .:" r cola visited relatives in Crawford- of absenteeism that cuts frozen price

I :. ; "'. _. -'our lew rates., Pror iPt.service, ville over the Christmas holidays. The employer: S. Waters Mountain
,' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tharp of '\, The (Tenn.) New
convenient<< repayment plan. Houston. Texas spent the holidays of Congress."
I with Mrs. Sally Harvey.Mr. "Let her go, John. I'm Overland Park Press."A when you
sure they're just ignoring the .an accusing finger at
and
Mrs. M. W. Golden of son County

E .. : L-EW'IS STATe BA t< Corpus and Mrs.Christi Ned,Stewart Texas, visited and other Mr. doorbelL"A "So you fingers" else, pointing you've J. Fran-got at
Edward
relatives on Christmas.Mr. rustic suspension bridge overthe ; old days? -
: these lines by (N.D.) Cavalier
L ::: MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPO.rtXTtOft and Mrs. E. G. Hammick river is one of the scenic attractions "
of Hillsborough 'River: oif lamp! -E. Republican.
);. A, i Sonny and Billie Helen: spent the .
"y Vista (Calif.)
State Park south of
Zeohyrhllls.)
r. .nwitw fAtttIIIt. ..... Christmas holidays with their
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