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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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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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w Children i Pony Express RidesThe Sopchoppy ZipCode Postmaster Gives .


Will Need Birth Jet Airways ,Number a r,:_ New ZIP-Codes

Certificates TAMPA, (FNS) A jet age Our five-di 't.ZIP code is 32358, r. For Mailing .
version of the pony express rode Postmaster Warren C. Harden an-
JACKSONVILLE The State 'out of Tampa International Air- nounced today. -. ,: The new, five-digit ZIP-Codes
Board of Health today urged [ : to be used residents of Tallahassee
parents by
port when a Tampa'airline official ."Everyone in Sopchoppy, Fla.,
who have children starting to took off for -Stuttgart Germany, will use this ZIP code on all their i r 4tip" were announced tpctofrby .
school this fall to obtain birth certificates -i to hand deliver an order"for Tampa correspondence to speed mail de- Postmaster D. Peyton Ton with

immediately. made -cigars to three ,princes .liveries and reduce the chance of ; instructions for proper use of the
Everett H. Williams, Jr., director. :of Hohenzollern. missent mail," Postmaster War- ? improved system of speed mail
\ of the board's Bureau of Vital Sta-
Walter ren Harden said. deliveries.
Jureske, district sales ,-:
tistics, said "We have the same manager for Delta Airlines, delivered ZIP code, the Post Office De- T5 '-t'" "'-<,,--. ...'he three-digit prefix to be
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number< of employees the year the cigari in person whenU. partment's revolutionary new system _: .Ji. <'> <' used by all mailers of our com-

'round. Right now we're processing S. Postal regulations prohibitedth of improved mail dispatch and : fifJ munity whether 'they'.are post

about 500 birth certificates a emailing of a special order of delivery, goes into effect nationally : ., office box holders or whether they
day. If the past is any indication, 'cigars to the princes.It : on July 1.Postmaster. ; get home or office mail deliveryis -

many parents will wait until all began when another Tam- Warren Harden ;. 323," Postmaster Yon said.
and since stressed the importance of 'all dozens ,co added
August to make requests pa airline official visited the his- To this prefix should be
we can handle only so many a toric Hohenzollern castle ,and met ,of Sopchoppy learning thiscity's > the tw -dicit numeral 01 if you
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last-minute rush is al- ZIP code and using it in '- ; carrier
day, any the princes. They asked that he their receive delivery service by
most bound' to cause incon- send them each a bin of Tampa respondence.return address on all cor from the main office. Thus, your
veniences. *.- In' answering mail, delivery area ZIP-Code would be
cigars. When'Jureski found there
he said ZIP codes taken
; from
re-
"Your ,child could miss an entire would be difficulty in mailing the turn addresses mail 32301.
on incoming
year of school unless a birth certificate cigars, he decided to make a should be used. If you rent a post office box
is obtained in time. We weekend to Hohenzollern at the main office, you should add
run "The ZIP code is literally the
can"give fast service'now but later to the prefix the two digit numeral
Castle where he was the guest of last word in mail- addressing,"
daring any rush the service will.be 02, which would mean that the ZIP
the crown prince, Louis Ferdinand, Mr. Harden said. "It should follow : _
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slow. and his brothers Emmanuel and the city and state in addresses. S Code serving you is 32302.
Application for certified, copy Minrad. ." k If you live in the area served by
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must include the full haine of the He cited this, example of the : Monroe Street Station carriers,
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child; the full name of the father;! proper. use of ZIP code: __ your ZIP-Code is 32303.. If you
the "full maiden, name of the Citrus ExchangeElects Warren C. Harden rent a post office box at this de-
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mother; {he day, month, year, city OfficersTAMPA Postmaster, z ti: livery unit, your ZIP-Code number
and county of birth; whether the U. S. Post Office is 32303.

child is' male or female; and the (FNS-C., G. Wilhoitof Sopchoppy, Florida, 32358 If you live in the area served by
child's race. The original birth Vero Beach was re-elected president The new ZIP code plan, Mr. cit yletter carriers delivering from
;' certificate'number should be included and chairman of the boardof Harden said, for the first time 'h the Woodward Avenue Station,
if possible. If the child.was the Florida Citrus Exchange at will permit the Post Office Department : your ZIP-Code number is 32304.

born' in another state, the certifi- the 54th annual membership meeting to short-cut repeated ad- T' .I I If you rent a post office box at

cate must 'be obtained from that of ...the state's largest citrus dress reading. .. this delivery unit your ZIP Code is
state.. marketing cooperative.At "The address on mail must often 32304.

A full.photo cOP1-or a wallet- the same time, Donald M. -be read as many as eight or ten If you get your mail through

sized card encased' in plastic may Line, ,general sales manager of times" by postal employees, to get Wakulla Springs Rural Station,
be obtained. The type wanted Citrus Exchange, announced that it to the proper destination," Mr. your ZIP Code Is 32305.

should be specified. A fee of one the cooperative would complete the Harden said. "Each handling If you get your mail through I

k dollar for each copy or card must current season -with about 19 percent slows the process of mail -dispatchand Florida State University, your,
less volume than last adds to the opportunity for I ZIP-Code is 32306.
the : j
accompany application. Application I year asa human error. KISS.SMILE ON ,FLORIDA WORLD'S FAIR SITE-Tannis Carroll, winner of the Florida Council ofWai _
forms may be 'obtained .at result of December's freeze. *% Smile" better the If you get your mail through''
"With ZIP code clerk fls contest, adjusts a surveyor's transit to get a look at pile driving goto os
county health departments but a:"The. state as a whole," explained only to a needs nHighoat the; Florida area en the site of'' the New York Worlds Fair in 196465. Miss Carroll of Lake Florida A & M University, your
!"'" letter will be..,*equate-Jtf it co-;Eros, "expects about a 35 per cent glance at the code too know frurk* took. time out from her Counsil sponsored New York City trip to check .on construction prgoress ZIP-Code is 32307.
volume immediately to What'1.aI area, it,the X32 acre. Florida site where 800 pile front 60 to 65 feet long haVe been driven in preparation forwostruetioB
thins all the above information.The decline'fiy the close of"the state and post office --the letter is of. a citrus tower exhibition building, porpoise''pool and stadium and throe. model homes plus State agencies are not included
board also suggests that season." destined, and to speed it on 'its tuaer exhibit buildings. The interested surveyor is unidentified. ,* in these ZIP Code numbers, except 1
before'starting the first grade, the Lisa went on to explain that the way, cutting up to 24 hours off the when they receive mail
child have basic immunizations for' 1962-63 season has been somewhat time between deposit and de- through a post office box. The
diphtheria, lockjaw, whooping better than the 1957r58 season, livery." Post Office Department is still Ins!

cough, smallpox and polio. when Florida experienced another Mr. Harden said that when ZIP the process of assigning individual,
destructive freeze. He attributedthis code is in full swing, the United numbers to the largest ma!1ers.
I Given to the .fact that much of the States will have "the most modern ,. Postmaster D. Peyton Yon

.. Scholarships Exchange tonnage comes from the system of mail distribution) and stressed that ZIP-Codes goes into
Young Students Indian River and along the south j delivery in existenceAirport ." effect nationally as of July 1, and

I em edge of the production ,belt urged that all residents of Tallahassee -
"Young people are the most im! which escaped major damage: Florida, lear nthe ZIP-

portant product of every community through low temperatures. Plans 3 Code that serves them now, and
," said A. V. Benson, vice Move AheadContinued use it in their return address on
president of Florida Power Corporation f. all correspondence. In answeringmail

i as he presented $2,000 Alcoholic Program 'wor' on the Wakulla S he .said, Zip-Codes taken
scholarships to two high school County Airport is slated to start .j ySt from return addresses on incoming

seniors during a special luncheon Receives GrantAVON within .10 days according to the mail, should be used.

held recently at Florida Presbyterian PARK, FlaA national Board of County Commissioners. "The Zip-Code is. literally the

College. advisory group on Vocational Re- Carmel Pelt, County Road Superintendent F last word in mail addressing," Mr.
The two seniors-Richard Fech- habilitation has recommended continuation said at the board meeting r i 5- Yon said. "It should follow the

ner of Largo .senior High School, of a $90,000 federal Monday night that work will city and state in addresses.
and Mike Daly of Chapman High!]grant to the Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation get underway within the next few > He cited this example of the

School, Apalachicola each re Program to completea days. correct use of ZIP-Code:
ceived a $2,000 scholarship as a study of the importance of'voca- The airport, located south of A t Postmaster D. Peyton Yon

result ,of '--award-winning essay -tional help for alcoholics after Panacea, will provide facilities for U. S. Post OfficeTallahassee
on the subject, "My Hope for treatment. sportsmen who wish to fly in fora ,Florida 32302

" My_Community. Fechner plansto Joan H. CriswelL Ph.D., of tha weekend of hunting or fishing. n r "When the national ZIP-Code
major in business administration Vocational Rehabilitation Administration Land for the air strip was.deeded plan is fully operational," Post-

and Daly in political 'science. announced the action of to the county by Fenton Jones master Yon said, "it will providethe
*Their essays were among 1,000 the agency's advisory group today and use of a ,portion of the U.S.. United States with the most

submitted by high school seniors in a letter to C. Brooks Hen Wildlife Refuge, was made available modem system of mail distribu-

S from .(S' schools in the -Florida derson,'M.D:, acting administrator ;; tion and dispatch ever devised. .

Power system. Seniors from approximately !,of the Florida alcoholism pro- The grass strip will be long'I:MYF Group of the Crawferdville Methodist ,Chorea as they were 1eaTb: .for the simmer CUB* at. Lees. "The possibility of mis-sent mail
60 communities were rram. enough to handle almost. any she 1 berg Via:, June 10-: 15. Reading from left te 'right back row, Danny Knight, Gloria': -- Janet Necworta, will be cut to a minimum, and the
in tChristiae Denmark Jaa. Pearce. Eric Math!.. Frost row, Betty Jones, Sylvia Porter, Baa Pelt. SeUaaJli
eligible to compete the com The Florida has already private plane. time between
program .**...... f\S._ IP. .....fcj_. '.." deposit and deliverywil
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pany-sponsored 11th annual con of Gas and oil will be available and
completed two years re- i Ibe sliced, in many cases, by as
t teat. This year's contest was the search under the grant. The final under the direction of Clayton New Laws To DiscussedFor New Marina much as 24 hours he said.
first time two $2,000 scholarshipswere rear of the project will be devoted Oaks. Plans ."But in order to assure this !

presented; during previous to a follow-up study of patientsin Cover VA PavillionThe Underway HereWork vastly improved mail service," ,

years, the top prize was a single the sample, analysis of data 4-H ReceiveScholarships is Underway for Wakulla Postmaster Yon added, "it is vital
$l, OO scholarship. and preparation of a final report. Boys -- Two classes of 'veterans with Board of County Commissioners .Counties most modern marina. that ail of us learn and use the

Vice President Benson said, James H. Williams, 'Ph.D.. *a service-connected disabilitiesreceive wfll discussed. plans for dedication Tarpon Marina located at Otter ZIPlCode for our service areas"Dade
: "Florida Power's essay contest isdesigned sociologist formerly on the faculty additional compensation'asa of the Wakulla County Live- Creek Rise oh the Ochlocknee
to .arouse the interest of of Florida State University directing Danny Miller, .son of Mr, and result of new laws enacted by stock Pavilion at their meeting River is progressing rapidly;

.. young people not only tri their the research. Mrs. Buck Miller, and John Taylor, the 88th Congress and approvedby Monday evening. Johnny'' Miller said that -the County -
, future, but also their communities. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Taylor, the President, the Veterans Ad- The board stated thAt. as soon foundation for the dry storage
f' These young people need opportunity have been awarded scholarships ministration announced today. as a firm date could be set that building is in dredging operationsare Reports 166

.r, : and 'encouragement so that Tampa Gets A by.: the Board of County Commissioners One group includes those vet plans would be announced. continuing to the access channel New
t&ey ruT mature into good community to attend the 44th annual erans who have service-connected I Board Chairman J. D. Turner and turn hui Plants
' leaders of tomorrow.* 146 Tower Boys' 4-H Short Course at the deafness of both ears with com- said that the building has drawn Tarpon marina will be under MIAMI, (FNS) The Dade

The best 'essay in each participating TAMPA FNS University of Florida in Gainesville plete loss of bone and air conduc- 'much interest in its construction the direction of Miller who said County Development Department
t ( )-Workmen: are
'; 'i hool yon Its senior-author I erecting a new. 146-foot micro June 24-28. The boys will tion. The other group includes 'stages. Indications are that various he expected some cottages to be has reported 166 new manufacturing
. a $25 1. J3.: Savings Bond. These: wave tower the be college students 'for one week. veterans who have suffered the i organizations will take part in under construction within a few plants have located in the
atop
new sixstoryaddition
: 'essays were,then submitted too the to the General The theme for Short Course this loss of use of both vocal cords with the event, and many dignitaries weeks. Greater Miami area so far this

. >;tit .judg n who:determined the Company of Florida headquartersin Telephone yea swill .be "Youth' Leaders inAction constant inability to communicate II willbe on hand at the opening. When Tarpon Marina U finished year.
f .of the two $2,000 scholar- downtown ?. by speech, as a result of service- Many people who have visited complete f&eilitiea'will be Director Richard: J. Welsh said
r.o: .. ., : tower will Tampa. The new Boys' 4-H Short Course is de-; incurred disease or "injury, John the site say that it will be a tre- available for the boatmen and the county is well ahead of its goal

i year's judges were: Dr vision eventually carry tete.- signed to; honor the top 4-H boys: Stamper. Service Officer, said. mendous asset to Wakulla County. fishermen. of 300 new plants for 1963.
radio and
long, distance
4h., Glasure, director of'de- in the atate. They'wallhaveeburaes': Wartime 'disabled veterans with As the plans materialize they Miller said the opening date will The new manufacturers employ.
between
; messages Tampa and Or in Dairying, Horticulture, For- such disabilities will receive I. announced the be announced later. workIera
f- and cimrch relations, lando. an sill be public. 2142 skilled and semiskilled
F 'Pwsbyteriaa College and estry, and many other subjects. additional $47 a month in compensation in operations covering almosta
; The is I
:'r peneaiel director -and replace new.present tower! microwave necessary facilities to- Danny and John will also represent : paid by the VA. For'those f Deice "' million square feet of floor

r t H.,, Pierce; chief editorial which of Wakulla County as voting whose disability arose duringpeacetime "Margins of profits become: Walker {paf -
. are not-capable providing Mrs George Presidentof
'WiMer, for the St. Petersburg transmissions: delegates ,at the State Boys 4-H service, the additional closer and we are beset with the ;
for future Crawfordville
;, sand Council Meetings held during the monthly compensation is $38. of inequitable the Woman'sCrab
and Independent. problems tax
assessments
Timd

y < r_ ". circuit requirements. Rising! week. The boys will be accompanied The VA will be able to identify : ,'*"'Secretary. of State Tom has appointed Mrs. Virginia
" 250 feet above the ground the 80 Mrs.
Keightley, Mary Betts and .
by County Agricultural most of the veterans who are entitled j Adams recently told the
Southern
,A ,aajor. portion of the oeeanogiaphie -. tons of steel will withstand peak Agent L. D. Taylor. to this increase. In these Pulp and Paper Mrs. DeJsy Creech ,as. the clubhouse L
), research conducted in. winds of more than 160 miles per eases the increased compensation convention. Safety Association committee Notice
'Fiend 1 *,i* sponsored by the Ihsti-, kour. grill be Anyonewtthin "to rent the clubhouse be< paid
"The rlch'may not live automatically added to the f Card of taaaks 50e.to
t : tee; of Marine of Science. at the UniMiami. --I Thy faUkobimade' then I longer but it certainly seemssotothelrpoorrelatloflL" checks the veterans receive August The leatherback turtlegrows may contact-, oneof-- .these'1MJIIten. when published.i .
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.. Thursday,Jane o, 1963 The ock" No FEDERAL SPENDING CAN BE cur COUNTY Minutes of lhe", t

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Opening July 1 Tot Can OpenMore BY ACTION a n?_ .f COMMISSIONERSJune School Board ,-
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WAKULLA S
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BARBER SHOPSt. The Board of County Commissioners
COUNTY NEWS The Wakulla County School I
of Wakulla
County met Board met in regular session at ,
Marks HERE this date in Crawfordville with.
Telephone WAlnut 6.3301Virginia 8:00 &.m.. June 17, 196*. The |

(Formerly Watt's BarberShop the following present: Chairman, Mr. Crum, called the f
s J. D. Turner chairman
.e.. ) kY 0 1 presiding meeting to order with the follow- i
HOURS c : Ralph Strickland of District
ing members present: Mr. Rodden-
Number 8, Sam Smith of District {

Keirhtley .. Editor 12 noon to 8:00 pm Number 3, and\ F. T. Roberts of berry Mr. Paulk., Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Posey and_ I

Monday,Tuesday, r rye. District No. 5, Commissioners with Moved
by.Mr. Paulk and seconded i

I Wednesday .,', Commissioner Carter absent due by Mr. Gowdy that the bills i
to illness of his father Mr. Jesse .
Crawfordville ... z be paid as presented.
Entered at Florida pnR
FIREl Carter; J. H. Hudson, County Attorney .
"; Voting for the motion was Mr.
as second class matter. Subserjp. ..a ,, '; j l ;;. Moody Pearce, Clerk Cir- Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr.
cuit Court and Camel Pelt Road j
tion rate: $3.00 per year. L 5 Posey, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Gram ,

New Hours Superintendent. Moved by Mr. and
Gowdy see !!
.. 9 a/c Minutes of the 'last
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t r .r ..tk meeting ended by Mr. Paulk that the
f EFFECTIVE JULY 1 were read and approved.The .
d" than 800,000 persons- Minutes of April 15 and June 12
j
If You N ee I 600.000.of them children of pre- Board received notice from be approved as'read. 1
BARBER SHOP school age-are accidentally poisoned Dr. McCain of W. T. Edwards ,
.
Office Supplies every year in the U. S. :' < i that Voting for the motion* was Mr. J
This is due in part to the enormous : Hospital our County Service Gowdy Mr. Pmulk Mr. Rodden- ]
Business Machines. Panacea increase household /.:. ... Officer, Mr. John, Stamper,
in use ": .' was a|I berry, Mr. Posey and Mr. Crum. \
Office Furniture ,: ,
of extremely toxic cleansers, de- f- patient in that institution.

See or Call HOURS tergents, bleaches, insecticides, .. The Board directed that the I Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded \
polishes and other potential kill- by )lr. Paulk that the an-

RANEYWHALEY 10 to 8:00 ers, and their storage in the Clerk inquire' as to how long Mr.:,nual leave requests by the follow- j
am pm kitchen, laundry room, pantry Stamper was expected. to be such! Ing
personnel be Mr
granted '
and other areas in the home-all patient.
atCAPITAL Thursday, Friday, SaturdayJ easily accessible to youngsters. I Whaley, Mr. Cox s Mr. Blanton \1
The Board discussed
OFFICE These shocking poisoning fig- plans for Mr. Braxton, Mr. Williams, Mr 4''
ures,particularly those involving ,++rat the dedication of the neW>WakullaCounty Solomon, Mr. Bonner. .)
EQUIPMENT CO. toddlers, led to the developmentof 'Livestock Pavilion
J ROOM soon to
(YOUR OWN LIVING Voting for the motion was Mr. J 1
Sta-Close Safety Closure. The
319 South Adams St. be completed.
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE MUSCLES ACHE ? manufacturer's address is 5816N. -After Gowdy, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey i',
Lincoln, Chicago.It CAN START AT HOME discussion with Mr. A. B Mr.
FLORIDA BUDGET CUTTING Roddenberry and Mr. Crum.
suffer STANBACK relieves
is tot-proof as pre-schoolers Carraway, County Director of 1
Moved
; muscles. by Mr. and
pains of tired sore Posey seconded -
.... _. STANBACK acts fast yet so gently cannot depress exert its tension enough spring pressure and to "What is' needed is the will to cut." Mosquito Control, the Board I by Mr. Roddenberry that

and with pain relieved you open the specially designed twin With those words, Senator Harry F. Byrd (D.- agreed to budget for the ensuing the board employ Alene Farmer
feel relaxed comfortable. Let
y. VSERVICE' STANBACK's,combination formula guard snap lock. > Va.) put into sharp focus the ingredient essentialto year the amount of $15,000.00 fothe r as recommended by the Principal,
The closure is attached to a Mosquito Control Budget
free you from pain due to over exercise length of strong, non-toxic web- the success of the campaign to reduce the mam The Board the Superintendent and Board of
and other muscular aches- approved vouchers
bing.that slips through the han- Trustees for 1963.64 School Year '
Call STANBACK Tablets or Powders. moth $98.8 budget for fiscal 1964 to reasonablesize. before them and directed that
dles or wraps around the knobs as bus driver.

WA 6-3612 of cabinet doors. It is adjustable warrants be issued in payment Voting for: Mr.
Posey Mr. Rod-
GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE to fit pulls and knobs up to Although' the highly esteemed legislator placedthe therefor. ,
twelve inches apart. denberry, Mr. Gowdy and Mr.
The product has done much to onus for the willingness on the doorsteps of the There being no further business Crum. '

1flTaJLf#. save mem work and worry, in Administration and the Congress, he could very coming to the attention of the Mr. Paulk voted against the)' !
addition to protecting preschoolage Board the
same was adjourned
on motion for
well have included household in America. the' following reason:'
children-all for less than every
the motion of Commissioner
bees Barber Shop* one dollar each. That's because, in our view, the will to cut the land. Struck the principal of Shadeville High I

I School appeared before the board:;
2238 South Monroe 1 budget can be initiated right in our. own living Attest: Moody Pearce and during the discussion betwee

rooms by the simple process of writing letters to ClerkApproved the board and ;
Men's and Boys Haircut Principal, the Principal
1. Land Acquisition our Congressmen and Senators. H-they get enough : J. D. Turner stated that there had been '

mail urging,prudence in federal spending, they are Chairman in the past on several occasions

....' ". virtually certain to acquire. the willingness to take where Alene Farmer n.atti nPn.I ,
Bill Is AttackedAs fanity while in line Thi.
.... appropriate action. : of duty.
I Owner In line with this the constitutes gross misconduct in my 'I
DEE COOK CALL 222-0165 we appeal especially to ladyof Trooper Bill's opinion and is grounds for

the house to take the proverbial pen in hand and employing not re-|
this employee.Moved .
T Federal Grab get off letters post haste. Since the great majorityof HighwayPhilosophy by Mr. Gowdy and sec-

: housewives must! operate within the confines of onded by Mr. Paulk that the board

'j WASHINGTON-The present a tight budget who is in a better position to demand adjourn.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION excessive ownership of land by that the Congress restrict the Administration's Voting for the motion was Mr.

FOR TAX DEED the federal government re- Gowdy, Mr.
Paulk
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, moves any justification for expenditure of taxpayers' money? An idle man travels slowly. Mr. Roddenberry Mr. Posey,
CHRISTfflflSCIEflCE Here is for the Poverty travels fast. and ,Mr. Crum.
n a singular
womento
that TIlLIS STRICXl AND, JR. further governmental land ac- opportunity Henry A. Crum, Chairman

the holder of' the following certificates quisition, the National Association bail out the menfolk from the mess they have C. L. Townsend
SuperintendentJune
has of Manufacturers de- made of federal affairs Be a good driver. Observe traf-
filed said certificate budgetary by exhibiting a fic laws and the grim reaper will

for a tax deed to be issued thereon. clared in opposing legislationto willingness to share the responsibility for cutting fear you. 12, 1963:
establish Land and Water
The certificate numbers and a The
yean federal spending. Wakulla County School

of issuance, the description of the mOniTORAccurate Conservation. Fund. Nothing is ALL wrong. A stop- Board met in Special Called Mee '
property, and the names in which The NAM, in testimony, be- ped clock is RIGHT twice every ing for the of
fore the National Parks Sub- day. ;YDon't : purpose issuing!
it was assessed are as follows: : teachers' checks and I
committee of the Interior and any other
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Certificate No J; Years of Issuance matter which might !
come to the
Insular Affairs Committee of worry if your wife can'tmake
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the House pointed out, also, f bread like Mother used to attention of the Board. The Chairman '

Description of Property: that the bill under consideration TODAY AND TOMORROW make. Can you make DOUGH like Mr. Crum, called the meet-

Nl/4 of N 1/2, of NE 1/4, of would force the Congressto her daddy did ing to order with the following I'
NW 1/4, of Section 28 Township C ) members
Complete surrender a great deal of BY RAlF HARDESTER present: Mr. Rodden

2 South,-Range 1 West, I its power over federal expen- Yes Martha, America is the berry, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Paulk and
containing 5 acres. News ditures. Feature Editor of TV GUIDE MAGAZINETUNE land of the free. About half of Mr. Posey.

Name in which assessed un- 'em anyway: just look at the The Coaches
The program would cost the came before the
relief rolls if it.
you doubt
Tcnown
Coverage taxpayers at least $480 millionin ALLYSON WANTS TO DO A SERIES season Board and explained the manner

All of said property being in the the first 10 years of its operation tl after next, is looking for a good property. Look for Hear about the lady motorist they had set up the summer pro-

County of Wakulla, State of Flor Daniel W. Cannon, Johnny Carson's Tonight show to become more controversial who jumped out of her machine gram. The Driver Education

ida. conservation specialist of the u :: a la Jack Paar, and to present more and yelled "Hey, why not look Teachers discussed their program.

Unless such certificate or certificate Printed inBOSTON NAM staff, testified.Mr. i _..."" ;-_. guests from outside the realm of show business. where you're going. You're the I Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and

*.ahal Ibe redeemed according Cannon pointed out thata :; It's all part of a new look being introduced by fourth car I've hit today." seconded by Mr.
Gowdy
\ new producer Art Stark, long associated with that the
.. .,. .
to law the property describedin large scale of land ::'<;" .".: bills be paid
program as .
LOS ANGELES ;id' ; .: Carson on ABC's Who Do You Trust? Care- presented.
such certificate or certificates acquisition for recreational :} ._ .ful, My Love, new comedy-mystery series costarring Some youngens have to shift Voting for the motion .

will be sold to the highest bidder at LONDON purposes is contrary to the .... / .1 Glynis Johns and Keith Andes, will be for themselves after theirPaw's Roddenberry, Mr. Gowdy was Mr
''<''' ; : CBS bought 'em a stick shift Mr. Po
'r' televised Wednesday nights by next season,
the court house door on the first report of the Outdoor Recrea- : ,i Jim sey, Mr, Paulk and Mr.
.l- ) ;I just before The Beverly Hillbillies FraicascUs !'- foreign job. Crum.
Monday in month of July. 1963, tion Resources Review Com- 1- .. .:.:;;; : ., star of NBC's upcoming Mr. Novak, will Moved by Mr. Gowdy and sec-

: which is the 1st day of July, 1963. 1 Year $22 6 Months $11. mission which recommended .X'" ,,: lay the-title role in Warner Brothers' "Young- Oh yes, experience IS a GOOD 'onded,.by Mr. Paulk that the Board
Dated this 3rd day of June, 1963. 3 Months $5.50 that the role of' land acquisi- 1: ; :::.::-_w bloOd Hawke" feature before buckling down to teacher, son. It ought to be. adopt the School Calendar for
series in the alL the
the grind
Clerk of Circuit: Court of Mhm asp It this wit tfrwtiMMMtt and tion be carried out by the June Allyson I Look what it costs. 1963-64 School Year.
chick
Wakulla County Florida. .'money order to:your *r states and not by the federal .. wants series GENE BARRY (BAT MASTERSON), GARY Voting for the motion Mr.

MOODY PEARCE, Tko ChrisHm Sctaico Monitor government. CONWAY AND REGIS TOOMEY will be the Take it easy Gowdy, Mr. Paulk was
OR. )
I
June 6 lost.Norway 15. M Street.. a a sTallahassee regulars in ABC's new Amos Burke series, now set for Fridays, When you drive. Mr. Posey, Mr.
; -6-13.20-27.: 8:30-9:30 (ET) Sing Along with Mitch will get a face-lift It's a durn good way Roddenberry'and Mr. Crum.

,.. next season with host Mitch Miller taking the show to such sitesas To stay alive. Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded -

: ." I Bermuda and Nassau. The show will also present a "Young by Mr. Posey that
t America Showcase" segment, which will feature singing groups adjourn. the Board
r, ; from schools and organizations London's Safety suggestion of the week

: Royal Ballet (formerly Sadler's Wells) will per- from FHP Bossman H. N. Voting for the motion was Mr. .
: Business firms form .in a one-hour CBS special next season, .>: Kirkman: If you're careless, let Gowdy, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr.
dancing "Les Sylphides" and "Aurora's Wed- ., caution drive the car. Roddenberry
and
: : ding. Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev are (' Mr. Crum.

the lead dancers in the program, which has t Y "- Henry. Crum, Chairman
already been filmed in England If Empire j L C. L. Townsend, Superintendent
DIRECTORY returns next season, it will be on ABC, not NBC. .
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CAROL BURNETT IS NEGOTIATING for .y :::

the TV rights to her first Broadway show, "Once 'Wf/, .:: ,
.... tPatornize These Advertisers upon a Mattress" Italian producer Dino De .. 'ff:::
Ii it ,. Laurentiis gets his hour-long Via Veneto series I
into production next month in Rome with Ameri- Carol Burnettcan
'F'R M' .. producer Endre Bohem (Rawhide) in charge ..is negotiating

O. I. GRAMLING Little Folks Store, Producers of next season's Kraft Mystery INSIDE INDUSTRY '"'
Inc. Theater are seeking a top-name movie star such as Rock Hudsonor ,__ '
:
William Holden serve as host. Despite earlier reports, Perry
FEEDS & CO.OneStop ,. -. Majors"The Capital's for Minors" Como will not host the show. He will do only six or eight specials I ;'

f I ... C ildre.'. Furniture, Toys, Fractured Flickers, the new Jay Ward (Bullwinkle) entry, ,
.
:,,_ Service for Garnet, Hobbies has already been set in 50 markets via syndication through Desilu '-' I .
FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry Baby Accessories Dr. Kildare has a script in preparation designed for the TV ;:00. v JI-
I dramatic debut of'Mahalia Jackson in the fall. Although rubber
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I Concrete Block Seeds Fertilizer-Ba.bT'Chicb ;,;: establishment of the rubber Drilling experience gained by

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i TOO LATE CRAW Y DVILLE' -.' WAKULLA COUNTY ftEWB 3

Thursday Jane 20, 1 K3 ,
! TO CLASSIFY PERSONALS 1I

r By RUSSELL KAYIn County. Agent and Mrs L D.I ...
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I960 when campaigning for Taylor are attending the mid-yeaz SPECIAL THURSDAY
Y FRIDAY
election, Ksfeaedy laid great tress Conference Program of the Florida ,
!
' on the a**$l for a powerful defense Cattlemen Association- in Braden and SATURDAY

t'ft.f syvtam. Those who} have toe June 1921. .p -- .
'ft. A Service of Year Doctor ot Ue&cine.Your Karen NazwortH I
followed the administration's effort daughter
. Local Medial Society tad fief ; of
T BONE STEAK Ib.
Florida Medic A"nioa.f. By RUDY'EVINS in thb direction mast admit I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nazworth is How COOLlLLfaU 79c

f. KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR that the President has come nearer I visiting her aunt ;in Dade City

CHILD'S VISION Marine growth on the bottom of a fulfilling that pledge than any of FlaMrs. FRYERS Fresh Grade "A" lb.
boat) has 29c
Jt a tremendous effect in reducing the others.In Ethel Trull is a patientin BE ,
performance. This I
I. .With the of more regular widespread -' brought out quite clearly_in a stud was selecting Robert S. KeNa.1 the. Isle of Rest Home in Monti- Minute RICE medium
utilization Physicaiexaminations size 35c
f more small children conducted. by Erinrnde Motors engineers. mara as Secretary of ,. cello, Fla. WHEN YOU ,# .

are being found early with President made a wise choice in I Mr. and Mr*. Richard Miller
For
the
t defective vision than ever be. a 16-foot fiberglassed test, the engineers plywood boat.used deed. In spite of what the critics. and daughter of Goldaboro, N.C. GSTHOME ? Bama SALAD DRESSING, pt. 23c

't I fore. Thus. more wearing small children Penormanbe under varying load conditions have had to say about him Me-: are visiting Mrs. Miller's parents II.

are now glasses. was checked and recorded at Namara has done good job and Mr. and Mrs. S. B.Forbes Jr. PEAS
\ In childhood play glasses are the start of the test. Then the boat a Lfndy No. 303 can 2 for.33c.:
l easily broken. If a youngster was moored in salt water for 30 the nation ought to appreciate it.I C. L. Townsend, Jr. spent the .

i in your family wears glasses days where it was allowed to accumulate It is doubtful if any post Is weekend with his parents. He b 0b -

inquire lenses about that the protective scum and marine growthon more difficult to hold than that] attending the summer session at d ; BANANAS, Ib. ,10c.
safety are now the bottom. At the end of this : ..
available. time, the speed with one man aboard of Secretary of Defense. Few men] the University in Gainesville. 1 : -

Visual care of children should dropped more than eight miles an are qualified to tackle it. To do Mr. and Mr*. George Creech, Jr." d a Od SHOP anbiEDART SAVE AT

begin in the pre-school years, hour. After only 20 days the speed the job well calls for top quality Hank and Hal and ,Mrs.. George .'
when many eye defects still can dropped more than ten mph with a Walker the
be corrected. If the eye defectis six-man load. leadership, coqrage and ability spent weekend: in Panama PIGOTT'S STORE ;
something that cannot be In an identical test made in freshwater and a whole hen eta lot of just City, Fla

corrected except by glasses it speed losses of six mph witha plain "guts." Mr. and Mrs. George Gibba hadas ."

is important to have the ,child two-man load and ten mph witha It calls for battling the vested their guest_ over the weekend,
fitted with glasses early to six-man load were recorded after
avoid possible problems in the boat had been in the water for interests, the Congress, the military Mrs. Gibbs' parents; Mr. and Mrs. 1 We give TOP VALUE Stamps

school and at play. 30 days. In.both cases, full perform- and just about everyone else. Aubrey Matthews and her sisters, a .

Equally important for par ance was restored after the hall was McNamara knows he can't Sylvia, Maureen and Debbie, from I

ents of children who wear thoroughly These cleaned. please everybody and he doesn't Augusta Ga.
tests prove that a smooth
glasses child's vision is to remember changes and that that the clean boat bottom is necessary for try. His job b to keep America Mrs. Hal Whaley and sons, David

regular eye examinations are maximum performance. A boat strong and do it as effectively and I and Johnny, from Port Charlotte
moored in either
fresh
important to make certain that should be removed from or salt the water water economically as possible. : Fla. are visiting Mrs. Whaley's I FLORIDA

the glasses provide the proper and the hull completely cleaned Our Secretary of Defense b: parents, Mr. and Mrs..Roland Har-

correction. every three weeks.A dedicated to civilian rule ,He b I vey. BBHBHBB
Some of the warning signs of -
good anti-fouling bottom
paint
r eye trouble in children are will help resist the formation of also a recognized economizer.I Mr. and Mrs.;Moody Pearce and Today Giro Saturday ":

excessive blinking,frequent rubbing marine growth. But even with such Given their way without restraintthe Jan left Wednesday for Tampa. to i
t of eyes squinting, excessive paint, Its a good idea to check the military would run hog wild.!attend a. Clerks Convention.! Now Showing Raymond Burr

frowning, stumbling over bottom regularly. In the past they .have been so! Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby Harvey
small objects undue sensitivityto If you find your boat gradually Great day at the beach "DESIRE IN THEDUST"
light red or swollen lids losing speed over- a period of time short-sighted as to spend billionsof > spent last week touring Florida. Sure. Now wouldn't it be Walt Disney's

sties and inflamed or watery this season don't be. too hasty to the taxpayers' money for equip: Mrs. Cathleen Strickland and nice to go home to cool

eyes. point an accusing finger at the mo ment proven obsolete even before daughter, Melanie, from New Jersey comfortable electric air con-
If child tor. Check the boat bottom first. IffOu
shows of
these your symptoms see your any phy- want top performance it must contract were let. Some admirals i spent the weekend with her ditioning? Look into it today "SAVAGE SAM"FERRY Co-Hit

sician. They may not be seri be kept clean. would still be' building I parents, Mr. and Mrs1. R. C. Libert.Lt. and spend the rest of the Lana TurnerTEYTON

ous, but they could be symp- Happy boating. battleships if they had their wa7.1 Col. and 1r rs. ''P.L. Yon and summer living in cool air
; toms of a potentially dangerous Rudy The Is conditioned comfort. Uve
Army just as bad and it hildren from Oklahoma PLACE'
City,
condition that could be better '
corrected electrically.
.,
if care is begun early. J takes a strong* hand to keep themin ,visited in Wakullai County 'last

check. uesday. Col. Yon and Moody

I 1 Congressmen and Senators with Pearce are cousins. Col. Yon is a HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRI E.W4

Curio for Carson their own interests in view, all pilot and has served in the air OUTDOOR OH WOODVILLE HWY.

have their pet projects they want force for 22 years. He is now

more money for their districts: and stationed at the Oklahoma City ...

their constituents, whether it fits Air Force Station, Oklahoma City, Friday and Saturday Tonight thru Saturday

S.n M Nn 4 into the overall defense plan or Oklahoma.Mrs. .
Hit
Triple Showing 8:15
Jessie White of Panama
not.The Kirk Douglas
visited Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Instant
competition for the defense City "MAN FROM THE When
Barrow this weekend. Comfort Strap g eras
dollar is terrific and vested interests DINERS'CLUB""THETRAPP
Mrs. Lillian Miller of Las We Met"CoHit .
n4 w'Tonight's' are organized to the hUt in Electrically!
seeking them. The pressure they Vegas, Nev., is visiting Mr. and 10:20

put on the Secretary of Defense Mrs. Johnny Miller. FAMILY" Robert Mitch urn
Mr. and Mrs. Cedell Barrow
is frightful. Maybe we are overstocked "TWO FOR THE
and family of Woodville, Mr. and (.; "'; m1&l 'THE BIG SHOW'
or the items they make .
Mrs. Gattis Barrow and family of FLORIDA SEESA\V"
are obsolete, it makes no difference riB7
POWER
Tallahassee visited Mr. and Mrs.
,they want contracts.and more T''J.! S. Barrow over-the weekend. CORPORATION
contracts, cost plus and to hell
r Miss Sallie Oaks is at her homein
with the taxpayer. -M..N.A.-.wI MRMt-,
Crawfordville after being in t.

Without McNamara's strong handat the hospital in Emporia, Va., for

the helm, competition for the 9 days, following an automobile
defense Woodville Lumber CO-
:>> dollar would result in accident. Miss Patrica Gendreauof
who is collector of curios, receives an REVIVALComing
Johnny Carson a chaos, budget would skyrocketand Tallahassee who was also injured -
authentic Black: Thorn cane from group of TV Guide executives at their
a large part.of these expenditures in the same accident is still Tent Revival
New York circulation meeting. From left is William Lynch,Los Angeles soon -
representative; Neil Mahoney, New York who received the cane from would go down the drain a patient. the hospital.PANACEA Begining June 24, through June Lumber Building Supplies
Ireland's Eamon DeValera;Carson;James Kelley,circulation promotion with little relation to defense. 29. Services 8 p.m. nightly. Located .

manager, and Joe Scully circulation manager of the magazine. When the three services gottlrough NEWS on Woodville Highway. Just 4

chewing their Pentagon Mrs. Emory Richardson was below Natural Bridge Road, with

pencils and came up with budget given a surprise birthday partyat Evangelist Cortez White from "We Need And Appreciate Your -

I figures they totalled t$7 billion, her home on June, J.O. Many ofher Medart, Fla. There will be special ,

r Tips on car care and that was after tk* military friends were present and a singing, and soul stirring messages .

had pared the budget to the bone. grand time was had by all. from God through the power of the .":' Business" '

MODERN They absolutely had to have it and Dr. and Mrs. William North Holy Ghost every night. Brother <

I MOTORIJ. really ,needed a lot more. left Saturday, June 13, for a summer Emmett Whaley will be assistingin

by: W. A. 'JSkcf vacation in North Georgia. the effort 'to win souls for ,

Spring a perfect time to give many time-tested products at SOPCHOPPYNEWS Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Gecton left 'Christ. Please come and learn Quality and Price Guaranteed:

car's finish a good your service station or auto sup- JJune 19, for a trip to Port St. about the Lord and Savior Jesus

wash-polish-wax treatment ply store. Joe and Bonifay. They expect to Christ, who can fill your heart
not only for that "showroom- For the dull or chalked finish, with joy unspeakable, and supply
shine"but for protection against there are excellent cleaners in Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown spent return Friday, June 21. need. And most Ross Hannon Owner
i showers, dust, A family reunion of the late very important ,
both paste and liquid form, and Sunday on St. George Island, join
dirt, andS Fred McKenzie held June :prepare you for Everlasting Life,
A | using'one before waxing is a ing the J. F. Kilbourn family of 'unday,
> scratches. For "must," if the shine is. to last 16, at Otter Lake, in Panacea instead of utter destruction. We
most of us, long. If the finish already,has a Panama City, for a picnic and Gulf Among those present were Viola don't merely ask you to come, we
winter is just good gloss a combination cleaner bathing.The .
sincerely beg .
too'cold Clemons of Oregon and her son you.
a season and wax may be preferred. Laurice Roberts family accompanied
to do this Again take your pick of liquidor Elizah and his wife and family of
the Henry Crum familyof Newest Coolest
? job in comfort. paste. High Springs, Fla.; Laura Roberts Spring Delight
There are Newest com Panacea on a Sunday outingto and daughter, Jewel of Jackson-
several million bination, ideal Dog Island going -over in the
ville; Walter McKenzie and family
more cars on for new long- Crum boat. *
the road with is of Woodville; Flaver Mathers and A"_ .0-00-11" ST
life finishes
Mr .and Mrs. Theo Rudd and
the new "su one that waxesas wife of Tallahassee; W. T. McKenzie .
per" finishes it washes, family joined other .members of and family of Thomas- PAINT POINTERSLJ t.g

now than such as Dn their family in their annual reunion ville, Carl McKenzie and wife of Y
there were just a year ago but Pont No. "7" at Otter Lake. Thomasville Mrs. Gall McKenzie
;
even these will benefit from Wax Wash.
proper treatment. Cleaning and Just add two The new Swimming facilities at of Tallahassee; Diane McKenzie a*

waxing smooth rough areas capfuls of thisconcentrate Sopchoppy are drawing many more Sopchoppy, Mr. and Mrs. Bussard i-

prevent scratches, reduce dirt to people. Saturday two families and child of Tallahassee, Mr. and

accumulation and enhance the"depth" a bucket of from Tallahassee who spend weekends Mrs Tom Harrell and family of
of gloss.If clean water,
you live where there was then wash the along Ochlockee River, came Panacea and TallHrs.. g

snow during the winter start car rinsing as you go. When up .the Sopchoppy River to enjoy Lola Bates of Fort: Myers, Fla., I
your clean-up by rinsing salt off excess water is wiped off, a the swimming.Mr. Miss Onia Sanders of Toledo; Ohio,

the finish and bottom of the car water repellent gloss remains. and Mrs. Walter Harms had Mr. and Mrs. Theo Rudd and .I 1 sPt a ,
to prevent rust. Next will come Repeat this simple job frequently
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McKenzie
the question of what materialsto ,and the wax-bright shine will their daughters, Agatha and Ag- family, -
use. and vou mav choose fromTroopers build up on the finish. nes with their families home for Gail and Marshall Spears

Fathers Day weekend.Mr. and daughter, Ma 'sh& Gail of

RollOver and Mrs. Joe Williams and Medart.
State Charles T. Barwick and familyof
Mike
son returned Monday to their
Panacea Ellis Harrel and Mildred .
home at Riverview Homesites, +oto bra Carnation Co.
Six Million Miles On Duty after spending the winter in Palm Payton of Wimama, Fla-, and

Springs, Calif. D. M. Harrell and family of Tallahassee. Spring is a bright bustling season tune to introduce
: Do back from paint your family to Whipped Banana Orange Pudding, a new taste
Florida Patrol had you away
The Highway troopers Rev.
Richard and fam treat the
TALLAHASSEE
Sprague developed by home
is because of the fuss economists of Carnation
This reunion an annual ing projects Company
traveled over six million miles on Florida highways at the close of. sly left Tuesday for Ft. Valley. occasion and bother involved? No Its one of our "spring specials" a light, fluffy dessert that
according to a periodic report issued today. and is always held on Fa mess tells that whole
of 1963. a
everyone of
fourth month season
your good is
the Georgia, accompanied by Hrs.prague's need to. for the paint chemists cooking just
s The 1963 patrolling mileage was actually 6980978. a one percent ther's Day. have Just about eliminated the beginning! And it's so easy so good and so inexpensive.
increase over the same period for one year ago. sister, Charlotte Teese need for covering everything The secret is Carnation, the milk: you can whip like cream, and
For the month of April the patrol investigated 2.502 accidents who has been here visiting. The within range of flying droplets, it costs only one half as much.
and cities of the recorded 76 will MEDART NEWSMr. Carnation Evaporated Milk: has been an important
tsld corporate limits of towns state .pragues return Friday. removed the necessity of stir ingredient -
in America's
Ctraffic
cooking and
oar fatalities in those wrecks in which 1.794 people were hurt. The Sopchoppy Methodist Church ring paint before use and made baking since before 1903. This
made 13.419 arrests during the month a 13 per cent Bible School and Mrs. Paul Pigott of dripping from the brush a thing spring Carnation Company is introducing a new can label in
troopers full color
state starts June 24. featuring spectacular
illustrated
over the time one year earlier: wrote over 8.000 warningsincrease Tallahassee the proud parentsof of the past. Just be sure to ask: back of the can. Use nutritious new recipes on the
born June 14. Named dealer for the new, thick evaporated milk as it comes
and over 20.000 faulty equipment notices, a son your from the can or diluted equally with water whenever
'frame safety men were busy during the month of April also. Colin Lee. This is,, their second wall paint. call for milk. It's fine for hearty cream soups, nourishing recipes
Du casse
They made 388 safety talks, spoke 1.477 times on radio and TV chemists Developed and by called Pont Lucite paint roles and puddings, over cereals and in your coffee, too! .

along the lines..of lifesaving on our highways and showed 176 traffic REMOVEWARTS son.Mr.. and Mrs. Denzfl Gray and wall paint it b unique in thatit WHIPPED BAHAMA ORAXCC PTODIMO>
() .
Kk
I to a .r.tass)
safety fUms. son went to Ocala over the week is thizotropie. That's a hieh-
115,545 hours on the highways while traveling over sounding chemical term that I wvaiopi unaa.ored .1atIae y cap aria?* Jule f
spendinc miles that month, state troopers gave assistances In 9.160 end.Mr. the paint that I p ekae. (Iaces) YUIIUa % ........ p.... oras9. ...1
simply means
1.142.502 as and Mrs. Fred Lawhon and pr.ddiag tad pU aura* mix taalMpowu orma.. J1Ike
cent Increase that particular activity the is
over thick
cases an eight per of comes from can I tarp caa (IV, cop) oadOoted 1 22? ****** (all yellow).
with the same month one year ago.compared family Albany, Georgia visited and creamy, yet it flows on so evs *
division troopers weighed 71,526 trucks found 786 of the.Colvin Carters over the week- smoothly under the roller or 7% CWJt TS11 l cap ..fl od.r.ilt.' ,' cak.
Weights fir"
overweight under Florida law allowables, and their ownersthe Amazing Compound Dissolve brash you get the easiest of s
total Common Warts Away end.Mr. spreading. Combine gelatine, pudding mix. 1 cup of the evaporated
assessed 57259. and Mrs. Eeeee Langstooandf milk and water in I
were -- Without Cutting Burning Virtual freedom from drip. saucepan. Cook and stir over medium heat .i
Doctors warn picking or scratching amfly of Tallahassee and Mr. plug makes the material especially until mixture comes to boil Cool 1; stir in % cup orange juke ;
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CommIuIou, pound W* penetrates into warts, w. Langston Sunday.Mr. paint spots you might get on around edges (10 to 15 minutes Whip until stilt (about ,
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AUCTION!' { 750 DIVERSIFIED. ACRESKnown 32327 son announced, Postmaster today.0. E. Headriek-

Everyone in Crawfordville, Fl&.,
( as The Sycamore Farm) will use this ZIP Code on all heir
l' correspondence to speed sail deliveries
Tues, JUNE 25..10 A.M. QUINCY, FLORIDA. 35 miles W. of Tallahassee.s: A and reduce the chance of .
From Quincy, take U.S. 90 three miles W. to Hwy. e. mis-sent mail," Postmaster Hea-
Mr. and Mrs. W T. Thompson, Owners 12, go 12 miles to Greensboro, then four miles on drickson said. .
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Hwy. 270 to property, in Sycamore Community. ZIP Code, the Post Office Department's
revolutionary new system -
1I T-- of improved mail dispatch aad

Many Cash Sources You Set The Price I --.L: i S delivery Postmaster on July,' goes 1. Hendrickson into effect nationally stressed


.- the importance of all chests of
Crawfordville learning this city's

150 acres of deluxe grassland. Fenced and cross-fenced. Layout planned t .. a ZIP Code address and on using all correspondence.In it in their return -.

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answeding mail, he said, ZIP
to make management and rotational! grazing easy. Plenty; of? .. Codes taken from return addressee

r' on incoming mail should be used.
water for Good lake. First farm 265 "The ZIP Code is literally the
every purpose. rate buildings. ; This unusual recipe can be used to make a beautiful crab meat last word in mail addressing," Mr.
cocktail, a hot soup, or a festive molded salad, as the occasion
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acres rich row crop land. Easy-to-work sandy loam. Grow anything you dictates. (Serves 6.) Jellied Crab Cocktail Hendrickson"the city said.and state"It should in addres-follow -

sea.
choose! Good ,pecan grove. Excellent market 1t j %2 cup cans lime(10V4 juror oz.).or condensed juice of 2 consomme limaX34 J/4 cup cup celery bluffed slices olive dices He cited this example of the
2 plR (6"z.)'WAefield' frozen crated lime rind proper use of ZIP Code:
Ala.U King Crab!Meat defrayed 0. E. HendicksonU. <.
and drained .
t Mix consomme with lime juice, crab meat olive and celery.Chill at least 4 hours.. S. Post Office,
t _Spoon into cocktail jla.'W'I Sprinkle with prated; lime rind.Serve with cracker Crawfordville, Fla., 3S827.I
46 ACRES DEVELOPED 12 HOMES. Mafestie 10-room. hard pine residence The new ZIP Code plan, Mr.'
Hot King Crab Soup
is over 100. years old. Spectacular settin 9. 6-room Hendrickson
said, for the first
Prepare recipe a.above adding 1 cup water to consomme and omitting olive slim.
FOR SHADE
TOBACCO manager's home and 10 good homes to bring,1in rent Heat to boiling Point.Carni with par-ley. time will permit the Post Office

Special leaf once supplied by Cuba but not avail- or help you attract good help. 'f fable Molded King Crab Salad Department to short-cut repeated
address
today grows here. Valuable 1.75 acre Bright Dit*>lve 1 tablespoon (1 envelope) unflavored gelatin in the lime juice. Let soak reading.
tobacco allotment. Irrigation that will irriTIM. ER.! Good stand of pines on 335 acres and :5 nynutes. Heat over low flame until gelatin mixture is clear) and dissolved.) Add "The address on mail must oftenbe
system i lichtlr Hied. Fold in
gelatin: to consomme. Blend) welL Chill until conwimme read
gate 30 acres shade tobacco also goes. Check this none. cut In many years. Many soon large enough for remaining ingredients. Poor into lightly oiled 1-quart' mold. Chill until firm. as many as eight or ten
great chance- make money now! timber. World of pulpwood. Cruise it now! Lnmold.: Serve with greens and sour cream-caper dre uig.made by adding 2 table. times by postal employees, to get
kpoon drained caper to 1 cup sour cream. it to the proper destination," Mr.
I Hendrickson said. "Each handling
slows the process of mail dispatch
Southern Sponge Roll and adds to the opportunity for
140 HEAD CATTLE WILL human
SELL error.
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Fine Herefords ,and ,Black Angus.. 2 registered Black Angus MACHINERY WILL JGO : .r..Jt.t;> k.. Jlr,,t M' ",.<. "With ZIP Code, a clerk needs
bulls. It's young herd. r t """"-- :, only to glance at the code to know

.... There's a long list of all types of farm machinery ..tn'f''\t immediately to what national area,
state and office the
post letter isdestined
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287 HEAD HOGS GOING! ,piece. You're and equipment sure to find offered many piece*items by and to speed it on ita

you've needed. Here's opportunity.ON E way, cutting up to 24. hours off
45 Duroc, Yorkshire, Berkshire sows. 2 pure bred boars- your
the time between
deposit and do-
one Yorkshire, one Duroc. 240 prize feeders. livery."

i Mr. Hendrickson said that when
ZIP Code is in full awing, the

this real estate to your heart's content, I United States will have "the most
.. modern system of mail distribution
D DISPLAY come to the auction. Offered Subdivided and I 4. y fi .KJV and delivery in existence."

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F.A.A. to Attend



shows Brochure pictures J.i T. TODD AUCTION CO. I k; F More Forestry TALLAHASSEE than 250 Future Camp, June Farmers 14 -of

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America from throughout Florida
gives full details. 1005 16th Street, North Here's a dessert to top your "good the year round" list. It's will attend the 29th anual Forestry
\ Southern Sponge Roll a tender golden sponge cake rolled around
Call or write. Training Camp which at
St. Petersburg Florida Phone 7-5548 your favorite fruit and whipped cream filling. opens
By following the directions exactly you should have excellent 'O'Leno State Park July 7.
.. results with the cake. It's extra easy with self-rising flour that Conducted by the Florida Forest
:c1t : -. .: already has the baking,powder and salt blended in. This saves you Service, the annual camp is held

,.._. ..- :.. .. :' I ,. measuring-and sifting steps and helps assure your baking success. near High Springs the SantaF
.... -. ,V" _. -. 7" .; -." .. "> .'_"' It's enriched with key nutrients also to help assure your family'sgood on
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eRiver. Two
health. intensive one-week
SOUTHERN SPONGE ROLL sessions include training in practical -

4 eggs separated 1 cup sifted enriched self I, forestry methods, tropical
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: : _' ./ cup sugar rising flour forestry, gum farming, forest fire
_' _'.:) :', : ';>.:','. i/2 teaspoon vanilla Confectioners' sugar prevention and control, farm forestry -

.., .,. Whipped Cream Filling tree identification, and wild.
<; Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon-colored (4 minutes at '
'life. The
also includes
program a
oI high speed on electric mixer). Gradually beat in % cup sugar.
Stir in vanilla. Beat egg whites until frothy. Add remaining sugar wide range of recreational activities -
a tablespoon at a time, beating continuously until stiff, but not swimming, Softball, horseshoes -
dry, peaks form. Fold egg yolk mixture into egg whites. Sift flour and other contests.
over egg mixture and fold in gently. Turn into waxed pa Campbers are vocational agricultural
per-lined 10% x 15-inch jelly roll pan and spread evenly.
Bake in moderate oven 375F.) 15 to 18 minutes. Turn out students whose projects
: on clean towel dusted with confectioners' sugar. Remove waxed have demonstrated an interest in
usED paper. Starting at narrow. end, roll up. cake and towel to- forestry. ,
USED. CARS gether. Cool. Unroll and spread with filling. Re-roll using towelto Professional foresters from the
guide rolling..Cover with towel and chill. Cut in 1-inch slices
Florida
Forest Service, the University -
.to serve. Makes 10 servings. _
Whipped Cream Filling: Fold 2 cups sliced fruit and 2 table- of Florida School of Forestry -
spoons confectioners' sugar Into % pint whipped whipping cream. and private industry makeup
i\ Top Quality niimJn EARS Top Condition the instructional staff. Camp
1 ounsellors this year will include

t -'i : Both Lots Open Til 9. P.M. For Your. Trading Convenience.. BIG WEEK-END SPECIALSKo teachers.Florida vocational agriculture

F Operating expenses for the For-
FOR Kern LIQUID STARCH entry Training Camp oldest of
: : LOOK THESE OVER YOUR SAVINGS! 1-2 gal. 29c
its kind in the nation are paid
by forest products industries..
," 9'S8 FOR Sniders CATSUP 20 oz. bottle 23c
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$395 $795
Fordor sedan; automatic transmission,
-radio- heater .................... .___- 4-door sedan; sharp French Import; one owner..,. .{CHACKETS, 10 lb. bag 59c Director Named to

-. 1955 RAMBLER 1956 CHEVROLET V-S
Revenue
; Station Wagon; 2-door; one owner; only ..___ 245 4-door automatic transmission, heater $545 V.C. PORK & BEANS, Na303, 2 for 25c iceTALLAHASSEE
t Clean, one owner ?. .....:... (FNS) Ed

,- ':'::::,; 1959 RAMBLER -, 1958 CHEVROLET : CELERY, Stalk = 10e department Straughn, head of the of office the sales of State tax

: :: : Station Wagon; 2-door clean one for ,:._,695 2door6cylinder with radio, heater, $595' Comptroller E. Green has
Ray ,
/' ,' .' $straight shift ...______ GROUND
.. BEEF lb. been named director of the newly
50c
1957 v
CHEVROLET 1960 FORD V-S created State Revenue Commission -
$
.' Station Wagon; 6-cyl. : trans- 695 Tudor; straight shift, radio, heater _._ 1095 :: SUWANNEE I which becomes operative July
.. ,- mission radio heater. -tonewithwhautomaticitewalls .._ \ STORE 1.

1958 PONTIAC Straughn was appointed by the
: ,, 1957 FORD V-8 CRAWFORDVILLE State Cabinet which will have
2-door $595 FLA.
Hardtop
; atuomatic transmission, 5295 -
'",_ r radio heater ._.... .., .. '- -._ Station Wagon; 4-door; lots of room and only. jurisdiction over the 'commi ien.
: .. : Mrs. laabcUe'Forbes, Wgr, Cabinet members also named

; 1958 CHEVROLET 1960 CORVAIR ." \ John D. Moriarty as general counsel -
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'" 4-door sedan, automatic: transmission, 745 of
radio.( 995 the commission. Mori
.r L" -,- neater, new paint _...._..____.._ 4-door sedan: ; one owner, sharp_ compact' arty has served new as director of the

Y .... 1959 CHEVROLET 1959 FORD COMPLETE use. tax department for the past

.""-.. ._ r Station; Wagon, : 6-cyl. 2-door, automatic: 1095 Fordor soda n..6.cYl., automat'transinusion < transmission, "895 Tallahassee several years.
-' radio, heater
. new tires radio heater. One owner .._... FLORIST
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----' -. .' 1960 FORD V-8 1958 Flowers & Prudential Insurance Co., world's
Fordor CHEVROLET V-S -Candy Inc. SERVICE' :: largest lender to farmers,
; automatic! : transmission heater, 1145 private
Station $3' 95
Wagon; 4-door automatic: transmission,
;,: ,, two-tone paint -.. r radio, heater ..,. ,-.. --- .. has passed th -$760 million markin
: ;. farm loans this
-- year.
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FORD
V-S -- 1960 OLDS 88

',.'- .. -Fordor; air-conditioned power steering "-door power.1345 .
.' T- power brakes 1595 sedan; power steering, More than one t million families
automatic
:
'" transmission* brakes,, ,
transmission
automatic radio '
f: ',',' radio. heater. One owner '_ L_ heater ,, ....,, .' : -. > :: in America now own a second
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"vacation" and another
home,
:> :: 1957 . <,':Formedp Tillman's _
CHEVROLET V-8 "' .
1960 FALCON' .-', '-; .;; :75,000 families are slated to join
! ; .r- '. 2-door automatic: transmission,. radio, heater, 595 Fordor One 995 _. 105=EAST.JEFFERSON' ::3Ik the ranks ahead according -
sedan heater. low : Jn the
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owner STREET year
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it::; Joi ALFORD CHEVROLET co "' ; Carolina Snowball, ..tJ1 bite
'-FiONE: 'ZZa.5023 ;i.. };: ": jorpoise of the MiamlS
;. r --:; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA\'!; :, is the only albino bottle-noaed.pir-

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