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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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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DEATHSJames Welcome Tourist Talquin Exceeds Notes Off The Cuffby


Funeral services N. Kirkland for JamesN. :Drive Underway 'Woodruff Power The New Year Keith is Lee off to a good

Kirkland. 60, who died suddenly Under the direction of Council : Allocation start in Wakulla Count as plans

Thursday afternoon, Jan. 3 members Bryon C. Shouppe, presi- for a Lisa (mullet) canning plantare

Mr. Leon Weaver Talquin Electric discussed Polities
being
on St. George's Island, was held dent, Southern Tours, Inc., St.
Cooperative Manager announced came into the picture as the Democratic
Saturday at 11 am. at the Thorn- Petersburg, and Benjamin H.

aayille Road Baptist, Church with Dehlert, Jr., vice president The Y ndY that( in December 'the Cooper- Committee met and. sent

the Rev. Dr. C. A. Roberts, of- Coca Cola Co., Orlando, chairmanand ative exceeded' its power allocation the names of Gilbert Gowdy and

,fieiating. Burial was in Tallahassee vice chairman respectively of from the Jim Woodruff Dam. Mrs. Revedee Spears to the Gov

Memory Gardens.He the courtesy campaign committee Recent cold weather sent the C0operative's ernor's office according to report

demand to 13780 ., Panacea Channel is moving
was a native of Liberty the statewide drive to ,greet tourists ; up
of' Florida January KW which was over the 13000 KW along on schedule It has been
County and had spent most his to got underway
1.The limit" The Cooperative's fast reported that Crawfordviile water

mowed massive campaign involvesall growing electric heat load helped commissioner Albert Moore has

to this event. Mr. Weaver the Courthouse water off the
bring on cut ,
ago and has been active- as a news media in the state along 4
r said this did not there old courthouse that is
mean wasa non-pay-
Deacon and a' Sunday School with official state agencies, var- I
3 power shortage, it only meant ment is the reported reason .
Teacher of the First Baptist ious civic organizations and groups, *
that the demand furnished We 7 the
extra was wonder why on January
Church. He was a member of business associations and too manyIndividuals
the Florida Power Corporation Courthouse lawn still covered
by was
Jackson Lodge No. 1, F&AM, and to attempt to list. 4
4- under an existing contract with Christmas Decorations
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an active Boy Scout Leader. For Some 15 billboards have beenor
Mr. John C. Craig of the while all through the holiday they
he of being placed at strategic
many years, was manager are a
L Southeastern Power Administration went unlighted. According to one
the Elberta Crete and Box Com highway locations throughout
1 did however, increase the Co WAG "The star in the east was
pany. Florida welcoming tourists to this 1 I
operative's allocation to 13500 KW. sure dim" One local citizen is
He is survived by his wife the i friendly land of sunshine. \i1t
Talquin Electric Cooperative's richer by 14-foot skiff boat
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former Etta Maud Rouse; ,two All daily and weekly newspapersin _
allotment is the largest single he found drifting Rev. Dick
sons James I. of Tallahassee and Florida were requested to inaugurate v-- 'i 4I
( block of power sold by the Southeastern Sprague;'who replaced Rev. Stokes
William R. of Atlanta; a grand our campaign with editorials -
Tower Administration to to from Orlando. All
a comes us
son, John Nelson of Tallahassee; of welcome published as Y ,1 r,
preference customer. Talquin's ready he says, "I like it here better
,his parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. J. B. close to New Year's Day as pos {
Were growing needs have earned several than Orlando where I could lookout :>>
Laws of Crawfordville; four sisters sible. The newspapers supplied
increases in its, allocation.The my front door and see the
Mrs. J. G. Joyce of Tallahassee with a suggested editorial as
Cooperative is one of six Cape's missiles go off Heard
; Mrs. Lucy L. Roche of Apalachlcola well as mats and photographs depicting '
preference customers for power many sighs of relief as school
Mrs. Edna L. Harperand friendly Florida. iii 4kLi
generated at Jim Woodruff. Others started after what seemed a.1001\g
Mrs. John A. Walker both of Television and radio stations all
include the Cities of Quincy and holiday period Clearance Mor
Delray, Fla.; three brothers C. H. over the state received filmed or
Chattahoochee, Tri-County Electric :- rison's tale of the 8-point buR
.
Laws, Oklahoma City, E. S. Laws. taped greeting messages from Gov.
; Cooperative in Madison, Su- that he brought down is real exciting
Savannah and J. B. Laws Jr., withthe'US'Alr Farris Bryant and some 30 members
wanee Valley Electric Cooperativein I wonder how many have
Force in San Antonio, of the Council, with the re- r w--aFs "' r t
Live Oak'and Central Florida heard Atlee Unton's story of the
Tex.; and a number of nieces and quest that they be used as a public
= 1 Electric: Cooperative in Chiefland. goose that flew away Heard
nephews. service during January and Feb-
t Jim i Woodruff Plant has an installed someone say the sights are look-
ruary to welcome our millions of
I tourists. generating capacity of 30- ing good in the Courthouse ,
James Aden Trull
,J 000 KW which is a limited amount Wishful thinking, how many days
James Aden Trull, 68, a retired Some 500,000 "Smiling Orange" when the combinedload till
applied to spring All reports indicate
fisherman died Wed. buttons and posters are being distributed
suddenly
of this number of distribution this has been Another record
night, Jan. 2 at his home near for wearing or posting inconspicuous
Allocations made in
systems. are oyster seasonWe hear that
/ Spring Creek. He native of places, and all of them
was a proportion to requirementsand folks in the called
power county are being
carry the theme of the friendliness
Wakulla County. load growth records of each and asked a simple question after

Funeral services were held at 2p.m. of Floridians. system. Up until the recent peak, which they are told that they have

Friday at Spring Creek Bap all Talquin power requirementshave won a hundred dollars in services.
tist Church the Rev William McKenzie Scouters he thrill of ducks in flight and opening day in a dock blind comes bat once a year. Florida boaters .
been met Jim Woodruff
Meeting fronvthe. Only string attached is that the
officiating. Burial in pene4 the 1962-63 duck season at 12:00 noon November 21. -
was I allotment. Power from the winner must pay $9.95 for the

r Bonnet Pond Cemetery: the Oil- Date Announced Lisa PlantDiscussed. 1962 Worst Forest dam ,is delivered to the systemsover booklet.
Civil Service Exams
ley Funeral Home of Tallahassee
, The annual Scouter recognition the Florida Power Corporations

in charge. the wife Amie meeting of Suwannee River Area Now Open at P. O.A ire Year in Seven transmission system. Excess 416 FSU Graduates
Surviving are ,
Boy Scout Council will be held on Possibilities were discussed for or dump power is purchasedby
V. Trull James I. Trull and Civil Service! examination for Tallahassee, January 7 So far
a son,
two grandchildren; of Wakulla Tuesday, January 29. according to i iSidner' a lisa (mulletcanning ,plant for the position of Engineering aid as Florida's forest firefighters are the Florida Power Corporation Completed Work

Mendelson, General chair- St.: Marks at a meeting Thursday under an interruptable power con
concerned 1962 will be remembered
County; a sister, Mrs. Sallie O'Dell man. The event for adult volun- ([for highway work) is now open, tract. Tallahassee, Jan. 8 Florida
:night.
Harvey of Crawfordville, and step- it was announced by Mr. Audie as the worst, firewise, in sevenears. State University today announceda
teers in Scouting will be a dinner Billy Walker, an accountant, Mr. Weaver pointed out that
mother, Mrs. Ethel Trull, Wakulla Smith, examiner-in-charge of the list of 416 graduates who com -
electric facilities
at 7:00 in the Hydro generating
meeting
p.m. called the meeting to organize ef-
In 51 counties of the state under
Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners
County. pleted work toward degrees In the
Suwannee Room of Florida State forts. produce only a small part of
University in Tallahassee. Approximately 50 local businessmen at the Tallahassee Post organized forest fire protection, a the power used in Florida. Thisis first trimester ending in December.
total forest fires
8,635 separate
Mrs. M. J. WhetstoneMrs. Theme for the meeting is and fishermen attended, along Office. due to the fact that Florida .
swept 263,000 acres. Acres of
Maggie Jane Whetstonedied "Quality Leadership, Quality Pro with Robert Ingle, assistant director The examination is being heldto timberland burned was almost River valleys being comparitvely Registrar Murray W. Kenna

Tuesday, January 2 at the gram", Council president Walter of the State Conservation fill positions in the bureau of flat do not lend themselves to the said diplomas will be mailed about
the before to
public reads in the various state triple year according Jan. 15 to 14 students
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital said. He economical installation of such getting a
DeMilIy
pointed out that Department; State Sen. Luther State Forester C. H. Coulter.In .
after and extended illness. for comprising the Eastern United facilities. The location of Jim doctorate, 48 getting a master's
many Scouters this will be Tucker; Rep. Bobby Russ; and 1955, a total of 8,009 fires
States. Applications will be received degree and 354 'a bachelor's de
She was a native"af Wakulla the first meeting with the new several county officials. seared 404,734 acres, mostly in Woodruff Dam at Chattahoocheewas
County and had lived in Panacea by the executive secretary, of the few places in the
Scout one
executive Davis
L. Liles Walker told the group he hopedto the northern half of the state.l48st gree.For
all of her life. She was a member who assumed his duties on January form a corporation with local Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners year's fires accounting for state where terrain and volume of the first time FSU awardeda

of the New Home Primitive 1. He was formerly Scout investors to make up the boardof bureau of public roads, the in water made a hydro electric generating bachelor's degree magna cum

Baptist Church. executive of the Coastal Empire directors. Persons in attend- region 15, 450 West Broad Street, Irought-stricken largest acreages South Florida.were station practical. This laude. FSU in the past has

Funeral.aervices. were held at Council with headquarters at Savannah vice made on-the-spot pledges of Falls Church, Virginia until fur Coulter cited drought and "just daiu is an assett to this area in awarded bachelor's degrees cum,

3 p.m. Thursday from the Friend ther notice. providing electric power. The laude and for the first time is be-
Georgia. at least $12,000. Walker said several plain carelessness" as two main
with the Rev. Emmett No written test is requited fur, ginning to award a bachelor's degree
ship Church Featured speaker of the evening other sources of financing also reasons fur the 1962 forest fire members of Talquin Electric Cooperative
Whaley officiating. Burial this examination. Applicants will realize saving of magna cum laude and summa .--
will be the Rev. Thomas had a over
S. Hag expressed .an interest in the situation in the- state. He urged
was in the family plot in the gal a noted speaker from HighPoint project.At be t rated on the basis of trainingand extra caution at all times, by residents 50000.00 a year despite the fact cum laude. To earn a cum laude .

church cemetery.She experience as described in that Jim Woodruff is rele- students must have maintained a
N. C. A power
number of awards present Ingle said, a firm at and visitors alike, to guard
is survived by four daughters Including the Silver Beaver will Cedar Key is .the only one canning their. applications. against forest fire hazards. tively high when compared with 3.5 average, a magna cum laude
Mrs. Mabel Metcalf Mrs. Complete information and application Electric in other 3.7 and surrnna cum laude 3.9.
be Hydor power
presented Scouters of the Coun- lisa and it has not been able to fill Protected acreage hit by forest

Idell McCalister and Mrs. Lena cil. the need,of one large grocery chain blanks may be obtained fire in 1962 was leas than two per states. Half the cost of the dam, Three magna cum laude awards ',

Nichols, all of Panacea, and Mrs. Suwannee River Area Council which the conservation department from Room 39, Basement' Tallahassee -cent of the total. Representing a along with all the operating expenses were announced today. They went

Esther Kendall, West Palm Beach Post Office. to J. Ralph McLean of St. Petersburg
; covers five counties in Southwest interested in the project. substantial loss in raw forest material and interest on the invest -

three sons, A. J. Whetstone, JohnA. Georgia and ten counties of Northwest Key to the success of the proposed l and future timber growth, ment are being paid from revenue who received 'a bachelor of

Whetstone and Woodrow Whetstone Florida from sale of science degree in business, to Joyce
with power.
headquarters in operation Ingle said, is a it was fractional, however, if compared .
all of Panacea; 23 grand- Tallahassee. The Council has 229 project of consistently. high qual- An AngelGod with the burning _of unprotected Bowman Thompson of Hollywood
children and nine great grand who received a' bachelor of science
active Scout
with 4637 ,
units boy ity. gave us an Angel land during 1362. Florida Travel

children; a brother, Jackson Crum, members and 1929 adult volun A representative of the American From the heavens above An estimated 40 per cent of the degree in education, and to JOfH-

Panacea; and three sisters Mrs. teers. It recently acquired landon Can Co. told the group that To walk in our midst tate's 3,000,000 unprotected forest Lower Than Europe lyn Ward of Tavares, who received r -
Tex. Porter and Mrs. Barbara a bachelor of arts degree in edaea- '
Lake Talquin for future for the love. .
a campsite timing undertaking seemeded And teach us to acres was burned. Hardest hit
Wells both of Panacea and Mrs. Tallahassee, (FNS-The Florida
and a site in Tallahassee for good and that the canned lisa His life, as an example, were Collier, Polk Hendry. Bra tion.A

Rosa Brimmer.Crawfordville. a future headquarters building. passed around for sampling was an Taught. all of us faith ward, Dade, and Osceola Counties. Development Commission says bachelor's degree cum laude I I
travel in the Sunshine is .
cheaper was awarded
Grant Drummond ...
,excellent productCard And to be in his presence Last November, Collier and Polk
Earl Cutchin than travel in 12 European coun- Jones of Clearwater. Penetepc ;:
Was Christianity and grace. Counties voted in favor of county

Earl Cutchin. 31, died at his Tucker Now let our hearts rejoice ire control tries. Only two European coun- Ann Roberta of Morristown, Tens. ,,,.
Senator programs.Last
1 home in St. Marks early Thurs- of ThanksTo :And dry away the tears month's near-record freeze tries have lower verage travel 'Letitia I. Thomas of PensaeoU and

day morning, Jan. 3, after an extended Spoke At Lanark each one, relatives, friends 'Since he has joined the AngelsOf killed 'grass and underbrush deep costs.The commission compared aver- all Alan of Augustus whom received Ward of baeheter Sarasota.*,. ,i

illness. Senator to and neighbors alike offer that we have no fears. Into South Florida. Coupled with
Luther Tucker spoke we our tourist expenditures in Florida i
age area degrees in the
He was a native and lifelong God fit to call him College ef
saw prevailing dry conditions, this
the Lanark Village American deepest appreciation. and heartfelt with released the
figures by Arts and
resident of St. Marks. lie Sciences. !
was a From our little town highly inflammable underbrush
Legion Auxiliary Monday nigh thanks for your kind expressions Italian travel publication "VitaTuristica" home
By town the '
member of the St. Marks Baptist will be rememberedIn gradtatfen ;
his
of Your understanding But name could trigger a most serious forest
at the Legion HalLMrs. sympathy. to back up their statement list includes:
Church. Helen Chapman chairman help and compassion the echo of every sound.In fire situation, according to the Wakulla

Services were held at the grave of the Legislative Committee ,of shown..to us during -the recent illness Memory of Abel StricklandBy Florida Florest Se rriee. Average expenditure -CrawfordvHte -- "B*,' :
per sue welt.
person Mary NeWa
Jemli'fHf _
side in Crawfordville
Cemeteryat the Auxilary made the introduction. and death of our Mother will Sonny Barwick Forest fires reported since January per day in Florida is 1023. This Russ.
3 with the Rev.R. I
p.m. Friday 1 this double
are nearly
never forgotten. God bless you year figure was obtained from 25/XK
E. Merrell officiating. for kindness. the number reported during the ".,
Post
Members of the Legion your questionnaires completed by tourists -
Survivors include his
parents, were also invited to hear Senator The Whetstone Family Turner Re-elected same period one year ago. en route into and out of Flor : ,-
;
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cutchin of
St. Marks two brothers Eugene Tucker. ida. During the summer Florida'sper I David Taylor
;
He told the group of the work Board ChairmanBoard diem expenditure for the traveler
and Robert; his grandmother, Mrs. On
USS NitroUSS
that had been done in trying to Track Tax Fund
T, J. Culverson. all of St. Marks. of County Commissionersmet .e Extra Alert drops to $8.20. Winter per

Pallbearers were Don Outzs,' maintain the 5th District during Monday for the First time in diem averages $14.03. I NITRO (FHTNC)-DavW
Checks MailedTallahasseeState '
William Mock James Franklin, the Special Re-Apportenment Sea 1963 and reorganized for the En I Taylor boatswain's mate seaman

sions. ComptrollerRay sulqyear.- USN son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Jimmy Petty Bill Moore and H. '
It was brought out daring E. Green said 'today checks J. D. Turper was reelected Taylor of Route 1, CrawfordvWe
B. Roberta. Card of Thanks
Question and answer period tha for >$13,500 ate being mailed to chairman and Willard Carter was 'I FLx, Is serving aboard the ammunition j

damage is being done to homes b I each of the .state's 67 counties u renamed vicechairman.All b We wish to express our deepest ship USB Nitro a Halt I

sonic booms caused by jet planes. their share of the race track Lfx county employees were re- gratitude for the thoughtfulness of the quarantine forces in the

Requests for over 20,000 Florida flying in the area. fund. hired at the meeting! and expressions of sympathy from : Caribbean. The forces were under

Greeter kits have been received Also the group asked for assistance The Comptroller said'a total o Bids on the Stock Pavilion all our friends and relatives during : the command of Vice Admiral Alfred

by the Governor; and miled out by in clearing the channel. $53,000 has been sent to-the counties were opened and the Board movedto our hour of bereavement. Your G. Ward, USN.

the Florida Development Commis from the Boat Club Marina to thus far during the current reject all bids and re-advertise faithfulness during his long illness The Nitro was to spend the

sion. You may become an official i deep water. fiscal period. This is an increaseof after the plans have been redrawn. is appreciated more than you holidays in DarUviMe. R.I. from
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Florida Greeter by writing to the Some fifty people were in attendance $4,500" over the same period Warrants were presented and c;. will ever know. where she operate

Governor and asking for kit.. at the meeting. .wring the'previous year. paid.( ..adN..th.r. The Family of Revadee Spears



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE -
Jana 10.1J6JWAKULLA SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Gala Pineapple Holiday Dessert
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA. C
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"nUMJETT.THOMAS-TRIPLgTT."' 'WALTER TRIPLETT.ACNES :;OUND, -. Skiff Boat, 14-foot. ffce COMPTON

. J& her husband, et al*.. Gray..Call WA-6-3414... Keith
By Roberts. Director. Information Service
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t.. COUNTY NEWS OBEDIAH l>J1YL4. JOHN TRIPLETT.STAMPER CHARLES aDd Test your knowledge with these questions and answers frfw

ROSS HANNON.. et als;. >- '-- the pages of Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia.
Defendants. 1. What was the Amerfeaa
;. Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 PARTITION SUIT .. Camel Express?
NOTICE
.F To: EARNEST FARMER 2. What poem saved a ship
Address Unknown from destruction?
,
.' MINNIE F :R MTTCHZLL MINUTES have the
3. Do identical twins
JANUARY
JOHN MTTCHELI. 7. IMS -
t : a Maato Street The Board ot County Commissioners same fingerprints

t Virginia Keijhtley _::. ..-_ Editor Portsmouth, Virginia of Crawforthrlfle Wakull County met this dam .... >to. V 4. What islands have been i
H with the -
FRANK
MATTHEWS ?
Jm Wisconsin Boulevard ben present .. ; : called the "worWs end"
'Dayton. Ohio J. D. Turner. Chairman: WlUard I : "" tr 5. How many stripes are In .
LENTOUS ALLEN Carter VIce-chaJrman: Ralph Strick: ,N 0 the flag about wWeh The -
.. Addresa Unknown land. Sam Smith and F. if. Roberts a
LUCILLE TRIPLETT CommUitooeri. ..1. H. Hudson Qounty 0 Star-Spangled Banner was
Entered at Crawfordville, Florida ;1 General Delivery Attorney. Carmel Pdt. Road Supertotendent written?
J JAngele*. California and Moody Pearce. last Circuit 6. Where is the greatest geM-
PATSY JANE Courf: Minutes of the -
WANZA
as second class matter. Subscription HERBERT lug were read and approved. 0 producing region In the
ejiartford Avenue Cancellation of stale Warrants world?
rate: $3.00 per year. New Britain. Connecticut On te motion of Commissioner 7. What United States presl
Roberts the ,
WILLIE MAE ROBERTS following warrants outstanding -
TRIPLETT were cancelled: IN THE rv dent bought his release from
C/O Andrew Hargrett GENERAL REVENUE FUND. TIME N his master for $30 so that he could study, law ".
Georgia State ALLOWING: No. 748. -- it.
CbUege 8. Which bird travels the farthest?
Savannah. Geor M5. .$aj8; No. 1293. ".00: No. %15.
If You Need. ROAJE, M N $98.58; No. 2U. $30.00. No. 689- SS.50. 9. What Is the largest flower in the world? f .. :
Total -'.
LUCY
N 131A.56. 10. Where is theworld's oldest golf course?
W82 HazelWOOd Street FINE FORFEITURE FUND
Office Supplies Detroit 6. Michigan No. 1458. M-00: No. 1470. ".00; No.
DEFENSE PLANT CORPORATION 1471. $4.00; No. 1472. : No. 1SZJ. "HIt
Business Machines Address Unknown '$%.00 31.70.: No. 1$9.?d; No. 1&. $8.50; Total noq-B papunoj "pmrnoos UJ 01.11103 Bob 8n! 111 L\\a.rpuy IS 6I '
Office FurnitureSee JAMES BELLAMY No. spunod uaauu jnoq suSpM ptr
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Address Unknown FUND: No.
241. sso.c1l 3aa; 3a Iq; 01 dn saonsreaux 1I XrBjn jo visaijru at.f..6
Call All unknown heirs of ELLA T. S61JO. Total cancelled $61.80. A "
or HICKS deceased. SAM TRIPLET Florida Power To Serve AGR Center y '3seauI3uoJ o133283u t; 8tn Joj redap XnTirBj iou.M am UMOO3SunoA

deceased. DAVE TRIPLET de- SIONER ON THE SMITH MOTION OF COMMIS J5J11.! ale ain 'sla uoos ev pins 'suoiSaj app>> atn UJ rjwu 11
RANEY WHALEYat ceased.. DICK TRIPLET' de Florida Power was s :
ceased. WALTER TRIPLET SR., authorized to furnish power for the -sanw 00002 JO dl-n punoj remnre uv sajfeui maj n3.IV>> oLuaaiatrfu 8
deceased, PEGGY T. HENRY, de ana Wakulla' County Youth Fair Building JQ a3n am V* 8SWtaI Bit u3noq
ceased.ceased. JAMES HENRY D. TRIPLETT. de One lacillty the motion of Commissioner '- Oolatn1lJ ION Aq aa>(ioa\{oo. 11 SB }no paJTO "oaouiikJ! P-TBHIK 'L
TRIPLETT. deceased
CAPITAL OFFICE ANNA HOWARD deceased Strickland the Board requested the r- ,, TK>JJJV tnnog trj A poi pauna si pio3 jo
v LUCY FARMER decased. MAUDE Seaboard near Kenneth Railroad to* allow creasing ._ jndjno Pl.10AtwnUU'B atrj J JIV.a 1 PJW auo UIO.IA '9

EQUIPMENT CO. TRIPLET ZIE MATTHEWS ALLEN THOMAS deceased. LIZ deceased BIDS Thomas OPENEDAGRICULTURAL Place. 'S6Z.I: UJ ApnjTOX. pus juouuaA JQ uojssrarpB Supouoq "tIaa1n.I! '9

319 South Adams St. and OLLIE TRIPLET BUILDING ,.pua I PIJOh810 SB o% poxxajaj uajjosoSBdBi 'spuVteI
Corner E. PensaeolaTALLAHASSEE. BELLAMY deceased. If living. and ON THE CARTER MarION OF COMMIS.I1ER o Biosap am an! olopvnY.t:: jo jsajw santa pajpunq xis '.
U dead their heirs legal represen : FOR CONSTRUCTION ALL BIDS RE- Golden pineapple green creme de menthe crumbled macaroonsand Suiadoa3tnj; reonuapl SABU PI.1o.AatO UI aldoad OM\ OKuorprirjsap 't
tatives or OF
FLORIDA You..YOUJ' heirs assigns.and legal representatives I WA LL' FAIR BUILD. whipped cream are combined in this gala two-tone dessert uuxxj Muonninsuo3najBSpj -

are hereby notified that a Bill of- ,REASON THAT E buds wee THE mold with a lime gelatin base. Circle the mold with pineapple rings axn paABS .saptsuojr. pio uiaod .sauqoH 1WX AY AHOSUMC 'Z -.
Complaint for partition of the follow excess and top with red and green cherries for a gay holiday touch. -
ing described : of the amount fixed for the ) BpBAa PUB VTUlOjrrBO r&* A99 U3&431S .
. Lot 13. the West property Half! to-wlt of Lot: 6. and of the projeet. conIltruct10n Tropical Creme de Menthe is an elegant make-ahead that will mBq o) pa;ioduii.. mast spurro ireixjaBg: 0981 inoqv .t J
! the West Half of Lot T. of Hartafie1d t RGANIZAtlON BOARD serve 8. SII2AtS.VTHE
FOR SALENice .Ner* Souse has Survey.been Wakulla County. Florida FOR Turner ENSUING YEAR TROPICAL CREME DE MENTHE DESSERT ,
filed against you and two relinquished the
you
" Basement, ;Deep Well Kitchen .- ,or your heirs or legal representatives Court chair for theme Pearce clerk Circuit 1 (1-pound 4-ounce) can pineJuice of 1 lemon I'I

. Furnished Real are answer,required or pleadings to serve a to copy the of Bill your of the Board the year 196 3.organizing apple slices I 1A cup green creme de menthe

,. Terms. R. Walthall, :Complaint on the *'!!!'!!",.. attorney, .Commissioner? Roberts moved and Water A cup whipping cream
Easy
Charlton L. "P1 Smith
, era' 123\ East Jefferson 'seconded : (6-ounce) family-size packj! cup crumbled macaroonsage
Box 187, Sopchoppy, Fla. : Street. Tallahassee. Florida and Commissioner Turner be elected chair!
PO
man that lime flavored gelatin Red and green cherries
.he Commissioner
original answer or pleadings in Carter be
i" the Court Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Pelt elected be appointed vice-chairman that Carmel Drain pineapple reserving % cup syrup. Measure remaining 'I WORLD OF W@@D-I i
on or before the 20th road uperinappotatod .
January. A. D. 19 3. If day fall of to that 3. H. Hudaon be County syrup and add enough water to make 2 cups liquid. Heat liquid -
. Will for :do ao. Judgment by7 default you will be :Attorney that John Stamper be ap and dissolve gelatin in it. Add lemon juice. To a little
BABYSITTING care entered against you for the relief 'de Mrs.pointed NeSmith County Service Offiver that more than half of gelatin add creme de menthe and the reserved k THE '

t, small children In my home for :manded DONE in'AND the Bill ORDERED of Complaint.at Craw- Counsellor and be that aopolnted Jerry Pearce Juvenile be % cup pineapple syrup. Chill until syrupy. Place remaining N

working mothers daytime I rordvt11e. 1'1orida. this nUl day of Do. appointed clerical clerk for the en. gelatin in bowl of ice or in freezer to chill. When thick- 1 TREE.

. evenings by appointment. Mrs tuber Moody A.D. Pearce 1061. CARRIED.AND THE MOTION W.u ened but not firm fold in stiffly whipped cream and crumbled .

" Solomon Crmwfordville, Clerk of Circuit Court The Board approved the vouchers: macaroons. Turn Into oiled 6-cup mixing bowl or mold. Chill until *, > z/
Jack rtWiku?* County. Florida before them and directed that war- firm. Stand drained pineapple slices around sides of bowl or moldon f ,
t Florida. Dec. 27. Jan. X 10'_ ,rants There be being issued no in further payment therefor. top firm white layer. Dice any leftover pineapple and add to IT STARTS 4AUU-H THAW A
to the business coming de menthe gelatin. Spoon firm white BUTTON AND SETS 0I66EA
attention of the Board the syrupy creme over layer.Chill k \s THAN A BUILD1N&
made lame was adjourned on motion duly overnight or until firm. Unmold and garnish with additional.
.tge I Attest:seconded MOOdy Pearce ckSt pineapple., if desired and red and green cherries. Makes 6 to 8 ON ft RUNS SUN UKE FUEL.A MAOtiNE

Approved: J. D. Turner chairman servings -
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I I I IT HAS BETTER PUWWNS
tp i. e: JUDGE. WAKULLA COUNTY THAN HOUSE.e .
STATE OF FLORIDA.In C. C. Rathbun ,.
re the Estate of: How To Eliminate IT COMES IN A THOUSAND:
BOSTON, LOS ANGELES Revadee Spears. Deceased.To MODELS.
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all Creditors Legatees. Distribu To Retire as LeaderWinter f HUNOCEO6 OF PRODUCT*Nile
LONDON tee*. and all Persons having Claims or DERIVED PBOMme woK m:
Demands against said Estate: Tarnish Egg Stains Haven (FNS) C. C. h4 NATURE-DK MXI KNOW....;
vu CAN txavE ON Ir.. eslcer
You. and each of you are hereby h4
notified and required to present any; Rathburn, leader of the Florida A PICTURE WITH IT..>0 g,./
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THE claims either of and you.demands may have which against you the or TrooperSilIII From SilverwareEvery Canners Association for 31 years, FROM BECAUSE rr. ao OF INTO IT i'Ok'BlT

estate of Revadee Spears deceased has annuonced his retirement as 4 r
(CHRISTIAN late of WakuHa County. Florida, to.. f
the Hon. George L. Harper CountyJudge hostess wants her silver- executive vice presijdent..

SCIENCE ice in of the Wakulla County Courthouse County, at in his Craw ol. \ ware and her silver serving piecesto He was appointed executive secretary l

fordvUle: Wakulla County. Florida. sparkle and gleam for enter- when the organization was a4i
within 6 months from the date hereof taining. When done the right way
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MONITOR I Dated Jan. 10. A.D. 1963. be and first formed i in Tampa in 1931.
this chore tan pleasant rewarding i ii
, t Mildred of C.the Spears.Estate Executrix 01- : and you can see piece Succeeding Rathburn is Warren \ : 1 ,Il 3s

. Revadee Spears. De- after piece change from tarnished Savant of Lakeland, formerly ad- '"
, ceased. _. ,_. ._..._-= ... .... silver. TH6 TREE ./
=- =- ===-"= =====- to face-reflecting AMAZING CREATIOW. ,
THIS
I To the Executor or Administrator: -iiffila......--':-;;==..:.:.-;:.---.EE----? ---1F'-::".-..-..-- gray ministrative assistant of the as l IC A FABULOUS FRIEND OF MXJRS.WU < -
The above notice must be publishedin : "f' iffi::::.=: :: .Er:; ON BEAD ABOUT TH/S/ F
Ir a newspaper published In Wakulla [ffi .L_ 4ili5fz You'll find Kleenex towels help- sociation. FRIEND IN A NEW BOOKLET
County once a week for 4 weeks (" ;:;":E. ;;;sF'; .Jg ;;ilig: ::u ful for polishing in all the corners Sam A. Banks, chairman orthe RECENTLY BY
Interesting ; publications, and the proof of such .:;:;;;-,;;,:.;;'E1ffif.F"E1; 1! FJF: : PULPWOOOCONSe r'
SOUTHERN
publication (which will be furnished + ; i: ] and around intricate designs. After Florida Citrus Commission said THE ?VATION ASSOC.,
>ou, by the paper filed in this office the tarnish has been removed, wash 9OO PEACHTREE STREET
;, Accurate County Judge _I 2l=;fr. the pieces in soap and water. Rathbun had been "a stabilizing ATLANTA 9 6A. Fft/f1T j;

t Jan 10. 17. 24. 31. ...,.. "....... .=..-..:...=-=-=----=.,=-=.,.-.,,==-=. influence and I hope his abilities
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"=-""'=== "===" silverware
In washing the industry
T Complete .;;;;' '; : saparatetable will remain available to I
I .--=..-g--..-: ..-=....:.::-:::-:-.. silver from cutlery to avoid for a long time. He has 4/
'--=-...F-..-"-.-.-'...---:..--.;S--=.....'E"-....='--=-=.'-.-..--'-;.;--'... scratching. Soak in soapy, warm 1'
International News. covenye IN THE COURT OF THE COUNT ""====--======" water but do not allow ivory ot been acknowledged as the man who .
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JUDGE. IN AND FOR WAKUL '=::::::F'
--------------- COUNTY. FLORIDAIN bone handles to lie in the water. guided the development of the can-

i- The Christian Science Monitor RE: ESTATE OF NORMAN A tip.. Rub well and rinse with tot water. ners group to its great importancein
One Norway St. Boston 15. Moss. SPEARS. DECREASED. -pl: Lay silver on Kleenex towels to

,w: Send your newspaper for the time AU creditors NOTICE TO of CREDITORS the estate of Norman ...4":Aof'j;:S".a.:..;'.... avoid scratching, then wipe. To re- the citrus industry.

.. checked, Enclosed\ find my check or A. Spears deceased. are hereb ', oM"r:4. : move egg stains from silver sprinkle ,
notified and to file : r. /N+ with salt and rub with wet cloth.
f: money order. O V0 $22. required any 4 r1lyY 'y. of a
;r claims or demands which they r (
may Y
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r C 6 months $11 D 3 months $5.50 have against said estate in the of 11'f" '. 'III I. .. ,
flee of the County Judge of Wakulla ."If Mir ,-vII, lu"I''.1'...,P.". II .' ,
County. Florida in the courthouse at ,
? Name Crawfordville. Florida, within six: If you must stop while .c
I calendar months from the date of the ; "
. first publication of this notice. Each driving, pull off the high- .
, Address' claim or demand must be in writing,
and must state the place of residenceand way. Don't stay on the .
. post-office address: of the claimantand
City Zone must be sworn to by the claimant pavement. Use a rest area 'IflVEFOUNDA
his agent or attorney or It will or the shoulder so that '
' State be void according to law. :
. PB-16 Aughtry Belle Chambers traffic can flow normallyand
Administrator of the Estateof
7. Norman A. Spears, deceased. safely by you.
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Tallahassee': $$4ffl F Home Service Department With These Routine Care.Tips

Florida Power Corporation
Flowers & Candy' Inc SERVICE Your electric or gas range should closing the door en a Arty Oftn
I Y This dish can be prepared in be wiped clean after each meal It .,I only leads to a mere : either the electric saucepan or will also need a more thorough later. To remove spiSed grease from
skillet. cleaning every week, or it will be- ths oven saturate cloths with am-
come Beaked with soot and grease. monia solution and pjUce tbera in
t PatUjIan the oven over night Then you can
Abrasives
arc rough on enamel 1
Formerly Tillmans
(Lamb eggplant and and metal trim so tackle spills and scrub out spots easfly in die mom-
4 tomato stew) spatters as they occur with absorbent ing with soap and w ler. Fat
103: -.EAST; JEFFERSON STREET should be removed with a rubber
4r 1 lb. lamb shoulder, cut in Kleenex paper towels.
scraper and paper towels.
i large dice Surface burners need regular
... 3 tablespoons fat thorough cleaning. Take them out Finally with cover a nail cookie
2 small eggplant cut in large and brush away food or dust sheet aluminum M. and put
it on the bottom sea? ef Ae oven
-. dice particles with a stiff brush. iopen. '
.. 1 medium onion diced 't ings in the burners are clogged, to gets serve dirty'as, replace a drip .Jrf When and. you it
use fine wire to clean them.;
.PHONE 224-5023.TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 2 small tomatoes, cut in -- a won't have to seeur. the oven
I ; PHOSPHORUS CAN START A FIRE small pieces Oven cleaning is messy, but bottom. .
or WA 6.3301 CRAWFORDVILLE
; 1 teaspoon paprika
-- OR KEEP FLAMES FROM SPREADING. WHILE A WELL .
Salt and I
s .' -- KNOWN USE IS IN MATCH HEADS, CERTAIN PHOS- pepper .

PHATIC COMPOUNDS MAKE FABRICS AND WOOD Preheat pan to 250, add fat Teach Children Bicycle
'' and lamb. Brown meat lightly.
'r ': '' : RESISTANT TO FIRE. ;
/ Ii Pour in enough water to make

a,thin film at bottom of pan. Safety Is FHP Reminder ,.,

./ Add onions. ; when they are soft .... ,
Rock. add eggplant tomatoes, salt "
Phosphate ,
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Highway Patrol today reae
1 IS THE BEST SOURCE OF pepper, paprika and more waterto parents of children with new Christmas bicycles to teach th tr'
barely cover. Cook 1 hour
PHOSPHORUS. FLORIDA s youngsters safe bicycle rules and habits.At .
DUCKY DUET PRODUCES ONE-THIRD OF jt at simmering temperature a time when there are thousands of brand new bieyelee b toe
liquid ,should boil gently when ridden all over Florida by youngsters whose delight aad I ......$..
r THE WORLD'S SUPPLY .. light is on. Serves for the gift vehicles seems endless the patrol warned that these

OF THIS VITAL MINERAL, '. Y' --a, same gifts which are the source of so much happiness can st eU
MOST OF WHICH GOES \, 4" tragedy when used improperly.

INTO PLANT FOOD. .r tf' 4.T "It is evident that many parents who are careful with the storage .

._ t4 of poisons and who will not allow their children to'play with firearms
think nothing of allowing children to ride a bicycle in violation 01. .
basic safety rules." declared Patrol Comdr. H. N. Kirkmaa.
The patrol emphasized the need for motorists to drive with caution
I .tie M& need too for a greater effort on the part of parents to teach youngsters
A RETURN TO INDOORS to share safety responsibility with drivers.
Home Service Department Some safety rules for bicycle operation were listed by the patrol:
; GIVE A TASTING PARTYthe
;1.:1: Florida Power CorPorationFried Ride on the right side next to the curb or pavement edge; step '
for red lights and stop signs and do not proceed until the way U
..t pies are an old southern clear; if it is necessary to ride at night use e. white light in boot
yx favorite. If you've never tried and a red light or reflector on the rear. -.
h. them you'll love these. Give hand signals for turns and. stops use the left arm{!.

Pies signals; never cling to any moving vehicle; don't ride daabie; dt
y Southern Berry
stunt or race on the public streets; and avoid busy streets.
1H cups all-purpose flour .
teaspoon salt .,.

r % cup shortening
> R % cup thick raspberry pre-
e serves or other cooked TROOPER BILL'SHighway

fruits -
Arturo and his stand'in, the piano playing ducks from Caribbean Confectioners' sugar

Gardens at Naples, Florida, peck out a ducky duet upon Oil for pan U inch deep Philosophy
t returning from a two-month tour of Europe. Members of the _

road show version of this Florida attraction's Duck Vaudeville Combine flour and salt cut The undeclared war using automobiles as weapons! gees (HrIMW

show, the piano plunking Pekins toured France Germany and in shortening and gradually cold water add many will die in 1963 .
about 3 tablespoons
Spain under the auspices of the U.S. Travel Service and the Florida '* Gath
J to hold mixture together.
ducks be Excuses good bad find few friends in a modem wsd.
Development Commission. The piano playing can seen : er dough into ball, then roll out or ,'" '
f every day of the year at the Naples attraction. .{ 'Y cy N ; H inch thick on lightly floured
1" surface. Cut pastry in 3 inch Here's a tip to pedestrians:'Stays} er when you walk,,ad.witch ; .
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for the driver who isn't. ,
circles In the centerof
: or squares.
.".:J': .''.::.>.... : each place a teaspoon of ,
----. 'PX: ;;::: Fold. Seal Be careful when you drive. So many others are ROt. -' .i, ,
raspberry preserves.
Florida 4-Wer Wins ScholarshipAt As the return to fall and winter living approaches, are your -
spirits cast down at edges by pressing down with a
saying a long goodbye to "summer, when ; .
the Imn* is easy?" With just a little thought, your social life fork.. Add oil to pan. Heat to The auto did away with the horse and it's, doing ar Ls sfciJ -
National 4-H Congress in ChicagoA can be just as gay and lively as i it was this summer. 330. Add pies, a single layerat toward eliminating man. .', ,.,: '-
Do as the Gourmets do! Give a Tasting Party. Need money a time and fry until golden3 }, '. '

University of Florida soph- Jacky Strickland, 20, of :for church, school, boy scouts or girl scouts Call the fundraising to 5 minutes. Remove and ) Money may not make you happy but it makes irerveus*.teeM -
committee together, draw up an outline of your plans, drain on paper towel. While still easier to live with. "
is winner in the na Gainesville, was one of the 12 :
omore a I
and '
you're ready to start selling "Tickets for Tasting". _.. 'warm, shake in paper bag con .
tional 4-H leadership program national leadership award winners Everybody loves to show off their favorite salad dressing
t r introduced at the annual taining confectioners' s u g a r. Always drive on side pf the road. Death is te the1 left sf e.
r I or experiment with new ones;:so why not plan a Salad Dressing Makes 12 small pies. your } )::
banquet attended by the more Tasting. Purchase a variety of vinegar, oils, herbs and cheeses. yellow line.'
than 2,000 delegates and 4-H Prepare at least six different basic dressings. Let guests sample

,leaders. the various dressings and then top them off with the cheese of Monerw1ll buy just about everything you want !but it won't buy
His scholarship is a gift of their choice everyone loves Danish Blue The spiny boxfish, like those at ,many of the things you really need.
the Sears-Roebuck Foundation.In Place bowls of different salad ingredients near the dress- the
1961 Strickland won top ings: Tomato wedges, _sliced cucumbers, torn, bite-size piece Miami Seaquarium has a
of lettuce. plaintive expression and baby blue safety suggestion of the week from FHP Bessaan H. N. Klrknan:
honors in the 4-H Public Speak. Reaffirm that resolution to be a good driver in 1863. Do it often!
ing At the conclusion of the Tasting, serve a good salad, plentyof eyes. In fact, it appears as if it's
program. warm home-made bread (use a frozen hot roll mix) a bigbowl going to minute.
cry any
Strickland of Mr. and
son
of softened creamed butter and an assortment of Danish ..
Mrs. James B. Strickland, was Blue Cheese Balls. The richness of the Blue offers a"hearty
Florida's only national winner. finale to the social,occasion. .
i More than 200 national award eel .
1f SKOAL! TO DANISH BLUE CHEESE BALLS:
winners chosen the Cooperative
were by 1 pound Danish Blue Cheese % teaspoon Sesame seeds \
Extension Service this
H pound cream cheese Corn Flakes crumbs .
year. %' pound butter '
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Beat cheeses and butter in blender, until smooth and = e ? ..-- -5- .
1! Jacky Strickland creamy. Add Sesame seeds. Drop by spoonfuls into bowl of -. '.. <: : \- ... -.'. .. .,..' -
crumbs. Shape into balls with hands. Cover and refrigeratefor
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I and was awarded a $400 college several hours. .: .
scholarship at the National 4-H When ready to serve, arrange Cheese Balls on a platter .. :
I Club Congress in Chicago. with marinated string beans on crisp greens, garnished with > ; :
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pimiento rings. i ,

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-L..9d-- Tr fl ); r4 L Dental ScholarshipsJacksonville ,

The deadline for
1
f nrI receiving applications for 10 state .

dental scholarships to be awardedthis .wn
f .
I t year year is April 1. Dr. Wile a r

son T. Sowder, state health officer, s
said today. 1 .

Each year the State Board of .
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Health in cooperation with the
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State Board of Dental Examiners ,;

grants scholarships to 10 students

y'w. who need assistance in meeting
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costs of studying dentistry. Each '

1 scholarship award may be for as i ,' .

much as $1,000 a year for as i

many as four years. She's been looking tor a JIf "

The grants are made in an effort .new coat lor weeks- .

to provide dentists for Florida suitable.tor daytime but "

communities which have none. dressy enough for otter live too. .

Dentists so aided in obtaining '

their education agree to serve in "To someone so practical a checking account

such a community 12 months for here is a big satisfaction; she can
.
each year of scholarship provided. .
time or place. Days
; at any
anyone.
pay
i After graduation they may work -
-r-- .1- -i : for the state or serve a community nights, holidays or Sundays at home orS

in private practice. Because applicants on vacation, she )just draws a check puts J

must have completed their the mail. '
.. it in an envelope slips it in
first year of college-level pre- 3* ,

dental study, high school studentsare 4 Her checkbook gives a record of expenditures -

not eligible.A canceled checks are receipts, and
committee .makes its recom-
risks. .
a mendations to the State Board qf she doesn't run cash-carrying.

Health after careful consideration Why shouldn't you have those advantages .

1f of each applicant's scholastic -starting here right away?

record, character and need. It ,
f selects students it considers most

1l l 1 worthy of aid and most likely to

T be of greatest service in a rural

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community.

The announcement said that ap-

plication forms and additional information

may be obtained from

the Bureau of Dental Health, State
= J1
Board of Health PO Box .. 210,

Jacksonville 1-and must be completed
Member RDXC.
and returned to that office

WEEKI \\'AHEE--Th: Week! Waehee Mermaid and "AJbe by April 1.
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41.: WAKULLA Thursday,January COUNTY 10,1963TALLAHASSEE NEWS.I. : Wrapped In St-.yle. Panther, Win Parole Authorities Too Late To Classify

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First 52-43 by Russell Kay
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Investigations
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Now that sufficient time has
,.- The: Pother of C.ILS., playta 65 P. C. of Felonies elapsed since the freeze to cheek
** all .
; out'pre. efenae, Yam ;the damage, it is gratifying to find
THEATRESFLORIDA :' r Wed and won aver the undefeated Tallahassee-Florida parole authorities that for the most part our famed
S.H.S. Jackets Tuesday nightT were called on for pre-
attractions such as Cypress Gardens -
Let In scoring by Jerry Cord sentence investigations in 65 percent
STATE : r -.a s Turner's Sunken Garden,
20 points and fine team rebound of the 5,739 felony eases disposed Sarasota
Weeki
t Jungle Gardens,
.ng, the Panther broke their of by the courts in 1962.
los Wachee Springs, Silver Spring*.
rag streak 52-43. The Florida Probation and Pa
The Great Masterpiece and ether
Now Showing Wesley Smith Jed role Commission made 3,757
Held Over ,SopehopP1 such spots where tender tropical g..wtlis
.t 1'1 point& pre-sentence investigations
during
in In
abundance through
Jackie Gleason Thru Saturday The Panthers the past six times the came :
..... alternated 4 .I year number very good shape and are as e** r-
guards in their defense and it handled ten years ago, according -
used ful as ever with plenty of flowers
3 on offense to Roy W. Russell Commission
"GIGOT" and plenty of
Charlton Heston i green.
Jack
Henderson Chairman. I
played a tine n a yearend This may sound like a fairy tale
floor for I| of the
game report Commission'swork.
Sopchopy
nd to the farmers who lost their crops
Color Roger Stokley had I Russell stated that
a good night courts or citrus growers who lost their
"EL CID"PERRY at forward. having criminal Jurisdiction placed
fruit to say nothing of thousand
Coach Mathis refused to Mgie J.515 convicts on probation i in of home owners who saw meet of

out any individual Players..NI.. wilt, sent 3,22to state prison. their plants and shrubbery de-
thought it was a fine team effort.: In addition, the Parole Conunis- stroyed.

HWHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN The team played well on defense' .ion released 1,287 imprisoned convicts Florida as a whole presents a

OUTDOOR III WHlVIlE HWY. and came out on tops in rebounds. on parole. i pretty sad looking picture to our

Ii I We have been sleeping at times in At year's end, the Parole Commission visitors right now, and we regret

our other games and this is the staff was supervising .it as much as they do but It is i

Tonight thru Saturday"'" Tonight thru Saturday i first time"we Played 4 quarters 7,552 convicts who had been freed 'nice to know that there are a number ,

Triple Feature Showing 7:25 good ball. Sopchoppy won the "B"game cither on probation or parole, or of oases where Florida's or-

Program 49-23. nearly half of the convict population mal glorious charm and beauty
Deborah Kerr The Panthers play the Mullets of the state. The remainder ,may still be seen.

"JACK THE "TEA AND of Carrabelle Friday night, Jan. were in prison costing the state As bad as the damage was, and

GIANT.KILLER" SYMPATHY" 11. The first game will start at $::125 each to feed house anguard d it was plenty bad, many of the
6:30 at Crawfordville while the Parole Commission blown turns
gym sad looking areas will
"WHITE SLAVE Co-Hit 9:35SHIP" expe-se
SCORING for supervision
wa again and
green come spring. sum
Michael Callan C.H.S.Alexander. :27: cents per convict. mer. They will be cut bark and
News in shape and news in fabric are combined in a
"THE TARTARS" "THE INTERNS bright and sassy robe in a striped pile of "Orion" acrylic Welch .. -10 taft"During this past year, our new growth will restore them, in
fiber that -. 1 was able to obtain jobs for time, but such a freeze Is mightydiscouraging
reflects the trend toward
an outdoor look in indoor Core _______ 297
convicts
apparel.. A favorite choice for loungewear, deep pile Vause ? 9 0 otherwise eligible for to the folks who have
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fabrics of "Orlon" offer cozy warmth luxurious bouyancy, Oaks -- 2 parole, Russell said. "The others worked so hard and given s *}>
and ___._ 8 placed on parole had jobs or someone care and attention to their '
long-lasting with plant
beauty exceptional ease of care. The Miller _____ _
style shown is by Maureen Homis for Fifth Avenue Robe Spears ? ---W_-.:.. 4 responsible for their maintenance. ings.
i These people have been re Cypress Gardens used orchard
I Berry 0 turned to useful places in the heaters to protect their 'planting

-. "' ,< .- _.- -. .. community supporting themselvesand with marked success while Carib. .
E. 52 their dependents, while at the bean Gardens used 70 degree water

-' same time living under strict red from underground deep wefts..,
S.H.S.
Happy Used Oar _. 'r.. ulations. They will pay the full 1 spraying plants and trees continuously '
k Stokley price of their misdeeds, but their through the three day
Lawhorn \
families will be .
not penalized also cold period. ,.
$' Smith 17 by loss of the breadwinner." Both operations
are extremely
Year" SALE Roddenberry or 0 Noting the increase in p re- costly and while many grove

f&'f Strickland _!_" ____._ 1 0 sentence investigations called for owners attempted to save their
Langston _______"_ .
1 by the courts in J962 Russell declared fruit with heaters, the cold was too

Henderson 2 that the courts in 1952 severe and lasted too long to be
Alford Chevrolet Co. AnnouncesPRICES 'I asked for
: only 638 investigations. very effective. _
.
:;3 1"The Parole Commission believesit Attraction operators with a

is performing a fine service for :l limited acreage in nrntwt were
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the state in making available to able to use many more heaters or

: Paper Napkins judges such complete reports on water than it was possible for

CUT ALL the men and women before them," commercial growers to employ.
Have Arrived said Russell. "These pre-sentence Fortunately such cold weather

reports by an impartial agency does not occur In Florida very often -

No longer are paper napkins give the judge about to pass sentence and we can look forward tc
merely pinch hitters at picnics or a clear and fairly complete I new growth and new plants to re-
outdoor barbeques. They are usedat picture of the character of the store the beautiful Florida we

USED. CARS MUST GO and the at dinner meal times table,throughout on TV trays the individual to be sentenced his ed- knew before the freeze and each

day. ucation and training, his characterand such experience teaches us more .
potential lack of it. On the about this problem and how to
I For greater convenience, Kleenex basis of these reports, judges i increasingly meet it.The .
LEAVE your auto troubles in 1 1962! Start off the New Year right, table napkins come into in two a packagethat are able to decide- destruction of tropical and

solve your transportation problems and Save Money here boxes separates for help-yourself use at serving both whether the convicted person can ornamental plants did not deter

NOW! During our big Used Car Sale You'll get ends of the table. be rehabilitated under probation the developers of Sunlake Park,

r supervision, or whether he must Tampa's newest development, from
: : be locked up for the protection of reaching for the stars and continuing *
SAVINGS UP ,
TO For
$400 Recipe
) society." | to command attention and

4 :, : : EXTRA HIGH TR D E-IH ALLOWANCES -. A Crisp Salad ida During Probation the and 21 years Parole the Commis-Flor- |over attracting the holidays.thousands of visitors

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'.,; sion has been in existence, it has They did it by erecting the
.4 \ :* Your present car probably will make the down payment with Here's how to be sure you have supervised 17,764 persons on probation .I largest Christmas tree displayed In

; -,. easy monthly' terms. Must. reduce our inventory of used cars. crisp, dry lettuce every time. and 13,350 on parole. the United States, a 78-foot spruce

.' : We need room for more trade-ins on the fast-s Hif9: new 19&3t -. -. Wash the 1 lettuce, separating the Russell paid tribute to employers pine from New Yoik's Catskill
'\ leaves and wrap them in absorbent of Florida who, he said, are Mountains. Even the famed '
:.:. l' Chevrolet! Kleenex paper towels to remove mote and more finding work that Christmas trees at Rockefeller

.'. 4 ..Y-' moisture. Dry carefully because can be done by convicts on parole. ]Center and the White HCMHeouldn1t
\ '.: We Guarqntee You The Bet Deal Anywhere salad dressing won't adhere to wet
-' lettuce. Then place the lettuce in Many now are volunteering jobs top Sunlake Park's mammoth
r ', MORE GAR FOR THE UAT DOLLAR --- your refrigerator for an hour or for prisoners who otherwise haveno find.
r more. The lettuce will be perfectfor friends or relatives to help ,find I The 69-year-old tree weighed
favorite salad.
preparing your work for them. The Commissionstaff early six tons and measured 30
LOT NO. 1 LOT NO.2.
r- *
itself, said Russell, originated feet in diameter at the base. Crews

327 N.. Adams. Ph. 224- 211! 1414 So. Monroe. Ph. 222-5656 Try PomponsFor three times as many such of workmen erected huge scaffold
job openings in 1962 as in 1961. fter it was set up to string 4,180
; 1959 PONTIAC 1960 PONTIAC S ight bulbs and other decoration <

Station Wagon; 4-door sedan with i Hydra S Party It was indeed an impressive sight.
,
,< with N ra-Matic Matic transmission I l "
: -door's ;
1,495 1 UnemploymentTax So high was the top of the giant
: mission, radio, smooth V-8 power!' Beautiful i Decorations
.. 'r V-8 power with ease of 1 295 car in beautiful con I ree that sway-pole artist was
".., power steering. Room dition :.....k......... .......... I Are you looking for a new decor- Rate Down ngaged to perform the task of
,., : comfort and performance I ation idea for your next big party? Tallahassee, (FNS) A good ighting the big Star of Bethk
for only .. ... .. Here's one that will add color and
employment year in 1962 promises jhem. This giant emblem of Faith
: 1961 CHEVROLET I warmth to your party room.
t S a cut of more than one-half in the lands as an example of the faith

.'.:..-':: 1959 Impala CHEVROLET 4-door Hardtop; smo-o-th BelAir 2-door Powerglide 6-cyt. with ra- 1 3. 95 Make large,pompons medium of and facial small tissuesin sizes. minimum unemployment compen- '''loridians have in their state and

:. radio; heater, economical $1 1,295 dio heater. Don't let the Pompons are easy: to make.: Here's sation tax rate for 1963, according t 4 future.
.::- :' straight shift Sharp, |you price fool you! ...... how: take six tissues of the color to State Industrial Commis .
:
late car that's tip-top ....- you wish. Fold the tissues in half sion Chairman A. Worley Brown.
_' : t and fringe with scissors makingcuts II Florida Fish
Blown stated the 1962 minimumrate TaggedIn
;, ... ,.L ::: 1941 BELAIR v-q one-fourth inch apart up to
1961 BELAIR $ one inch from the top. Shake the was 1.1 pe; cent. The commission
'" V-I Chevrolet 4-door sedan Chevrolet "- sedan; 1 695 fringe out and wrap around the expects to cut it to- .5 per Big i Derby

; smooth Powtrglide 31M 1 69 5 radiq d hate transmission Looks like end of a thin dowel stick. Fasten cent of an employer's payroll for Tampa (FNS-Fish in Florida -
: t r.
with thread
heater fine
transmission radio heavy or wire-
.
./' :. .. .'. waters will be
;... -- ., Looks 'like new, runs new, runs like crazy and you'll have a giant tissue 1963. porting valuable -
like crazy ........- pompon. Brown said the tax cut Is due money tags again in 1961
to a $10 million drop in with the drawing of plan far
unemployment up
: For a gay dance use all white
' .. .. :f.: 1960 BELAIR 1969 H pLET S Kleenex tissues to make pompons compensation payments in the new SchUtz $600,000 Florida;
:. ." : ., V-8 Chevrolet 4-door sedan V-8 BelAir 4-door sedan; thtt look like snowballs. Or you 1962 from 1961 to an estimated Fishing Derby the third annual
; automatic transmission l rrlqth Roweralide' transmission 1,395S895 mitht try a combination of pink, million. This recreation and research
1.S $33 drop is evetiLConducted
,1.395 expectedto
radio heater. and'
ti- ; radio, heater; lots of ; yellow aqua tissues. Hang the
't .. power, lots of QO. low Lot cf go, low price pompons from the ceiling and tie maintain the Unemployment with the cooperation
a price ........ ...................... in clusters for corner decorations. Compensation Fund at an anticipated o! the Florida Game and FreshWater <
!' ; : Besides decorating your room and adequate level of $120 million Fish Commission and the
a i being wonderful conversation-
1959 WAGON by the beginning of 19B3. Florida State Board of Conservation
they make ideal favors for
r' .,": .' 1 fQI\R Y-a Fordor sedan; radio heater S each starters guest whsn the party's over. the derby is sponsored and
f. : i./ Fordor sedan: Ford-O-Matie transmission 495 stick shift Plenty of financed by the Jos. Schlitz Brewing -
, Save smooth V-8 power a 1 P T.A.
radio e.ter.
5- a Shows i Co.
if ', .,j' bundle, extra, low for quick sale! ... good car, good price ...... .
I .. Quarter HorseShow Cancer Awards in the 1968 derby will
I :, -' : : -- Film :, range from $25 to $10,000. It will .

I ._ 1959 FORD V-8 FeatureTampa CrawfordvUle PTA met- follow in general the pattern of the
.. Tuesday
I L:' '' ',' ,.'.. f" lfiS6 QLDS2door s -"Chevrolet 4-dpor, 6"pasnber Ste' (FNS-A) quarter Night In the school lunchroom, two previous derbies with certain

I ..; f ... transmission sedan; Rocket, rtdo.power heater.automatic .. 195 2v1** ..automatic SfttiooVagon transmission ; 6-- 1,195 I I horse show will*be an ad ted feature (President sided. O. E. Hendrickaon piss innovations i to provide greater incentives -

I: .' ,': '. -" Lots of car for 4 low pnce -. rad;o. heater. to a diversified program of to- tbhermM.This .
1' livestock exhibitions A motion was all "old"
I : c; Roomy & right -- competitions, .passed Favor rtg year uncaught
: i. -I \ parades and sales at the 1003.A United Charities Drive for the fish from the 1961 and 19ft derbies

If Florida State Fair. The fair wit 1 school. One collection for all of which are brought in will 1 be
: r One Year GUARANTEED I WARRANTY In( Wife/Of/ !! be staged in; Tampa, Feb. 5-16. the various campaigns, including? worth at least $25. And a number

Gene Sidwell administrative a-H(March of Dimes, Cancer ,of the "old" fish will be designated
4t- and
'' ,.: to ... :Eat f Financing @n The Spot! Fully Reconditioned; sistant at the fair, will be superin Heart FaneLThe for special conservation award*

fc": :;, '"" \ Car With TF4gysands of Troi61eFreetiles To Go tendent of
...-<,' .c. $ "' .. { Feb. 13-16. The Show has been approved I early Marsh this year according;. to this innovation will bring in fish
Mrs,
Ef. the M.Uer that will be valuable from .
by American a research
It .-F:: i F. Oqr Lots Open *TH 7 PM Fpr Your Convenience Horse Association and sanctionedby Quarter! A Canc,'r Film titled, "It+Bmdc- standpoint

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$ the Florida Quarter Horse As ,InC Worth It," was shown Some 2,000 tagged fish were
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I : Cash prizes, trophies and rib Gowdy for Elementary and Jln.. for total awards of approximately

bons will be offered In halter and Blank for High School. 84000. Two of the $10,00 fib

< performance class judging. and in! were caught in 1962, a bass by Ned

1 1 ? :I ALFORD CHEVROLET youth activities. Arrangements! English of Tampa and a salt water1'

t : have been made to stable more drum by John Besmon of Daytona

than 100 entries from all parts of} The 1963 meeting: of Sunshine!I Beach.
, '. . .. ., I
# the country at a new fairgrounds Park Race Track at Oldsmar near]

I :; "f' ; 3? Years Of Fulfilling Your Automotive Needs j barn. and at the Tampa Yacht: and Tampa, will consist of ,53 days,

(Country Club. I getting underway on January 24

:, and continuing through Mar. 26
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