Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Sikes Sets from Florida. and the years they -

entered the Congress is as follows fr, rfYT Kehoe InfoOn -

Record for Service : Charles E. Bennett and A.

Florida Congressman Bob Sikes Sydney A. Herlong, Jr., 1948; James S. S. Change"Many
Haley and D. R.
( Mat-
has record for!
established a new
thews, 1952; Dante Faseell women whose name re-
length of service by a Floridian] William C. Cramer 1954 cently appeared on the seetety
serving in the United States Houseof ; Paul
Rogers, 1b55; and Claude Pepper, pages of this paper owe it to

Representatives. Don Fuqua, Edward J. M'4 j jL themselves to contact our office,"
J' The previous record for the state and Sam Gibbons, 1967.' Walter Kehoe, local social security

I was set in 1917 when the later Noting this new record of serv : L district manager said today. "I am

r Tamp!r ice by a Floridian in the House h. az. t { speaking of the recent brides,"

this week, House Speaker John' Kehoe added. "Many of these new

r.,;r terms and 22 years of service. McCormack brides have been working in employment
'1. This record stood for 45 years, his Congressional district peopleof and covered by social security -
until the current session when of Florida but their account with the
A are justified in
,I Sikes bega nhis twelfth term, haTing proud of the great work performed j ji Social Security Administration is

now served more than 22 still carried in their maiden
' by Congressman Sikes. ... ,. : name.
,1.Rf : He is not : ;;> .. N N' Yo" i
years in the Congress. Whether they continue working or
only an outstanding legislator b.uti ; y
'' :
Elected to Congress in 1940 at a great American. ::T_ .: not, it is important to these ladies

i the age of 33, when Florida had Congressman '.f;; that our records are corrected to
Don Fuqua said
I only five Congressional seats, he"For show their new name so that future
most of AFTER 42 YEARS
my Ute, Bob Sikes)
I has the number of .
seen House benefits already earned
served as my Congressman and I may
, 1 seats for the state climb to 12 to had the privilege succeeding, B. F. Page Ends be protected and future earnings

day. He' became Dean of the recorded properly."
him.as Representative for eight of I t a r
)1 Florida Delegation in 1951. those counties he formerly served. Mailman Career Another suggested Kehoe men

Only 29 of the 435 members ofF His record is unmatched in the WAKULLA Forty-two years tioned, not only for newlyweds bat

J the House of Representatives have for everyone, is that' they check
history of Florida'' in service in ago, a young mailman riding in EGLIN AFB. Fla. LOOKING FOR DEFECTS-Machine
longer terms of service than Sikes. operator Earline Tootle (center) and their social security account. This
the Congress. He is respected and a model T Ford, traveled the ager William Starling (right) operate a magnetic
tape tester at the
Eglin AFB
J Florida has had 53 tape rehabilitation facility,
men to serve important step can be done simply
admired on both sides of the aisle bumpy Wakulla County roads delivering Electronic engineer Eugene J. Poschel (left) queried Starling's firm, General Kinetics Inc. of
tin the House of Representatives and those of us who serve with letters and packages to Va. last summer on the problem of recovering 18 million feet of instrumentation telemetry Arlington for by getting a free request card
tape future
state in 1845 test missions; from the social security office and
since a him are extremely proud of the rural residents. at the Air Proving Ground Center. 'JI j

with only Rep. Sparkman having contribution he has made to the! Last week this same mailman, sending it to the Social Security

served as long as 11 terms, although growth and progress of Florida." now riding in a late model car \\'j9t Office in Baltimore where records

two others served 10 terms over mostly paved roads made hilast s I-- are kept. It is much easier to

correct errors while employ-
and another nin run rounding out 42 years your
Tribute Paid ment is still fresh in your minds i
From 1845 to 1875 the state had ToDr. and five months service as a rural JIll
rather than waiting until dates are; I
only Representative carrier.
one gettingthe
hazy. The service is free and
second seat in 1875 and a thirdin Leo L SpearsBy He is B. F. Page, now 62 years Ke-j
hoe recommends that ] I
1907. In 1914, the delegation DR. DUGGAROn old. His future plans are to "just 'r everyone
check his account at least every !
increased to four and in 1933 to loaf, maybe do a little fishing"During .
Wednesday Febru- throe
'I"o years. .
five. A sixth member added most of his 42 years, -1 i I
was ary 7, 1894, at Ivan, Florida, .Leo : Your social security office is
in 1943 and Page delivered mail in the eastern .
two additional
seats L. Spears was born. This event' \ located at 306 W. Jefferson Street
added in 1953. January 1963 saw part of Wakulla County. His route __ i '
gave repercussions that never ended ;i Tallahassee. The phone number Is t
the state add four new seats for a until sixty-two years later was changed several times as new .. / 222-3515. I
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total of 12. roads 'were built and better meth- -
again on a Wednesday morning, I A representative from this of- i
; Sikes ods of transportation became avail
represents Florida' First /
Leo L. Spears succumbed to a fice will be at the Courthouse in :
Congressional District .comprising heart attack. i able.He Crawfordville every 1st Friday of
pointed out however that /
J eight northwest Florida counties- Who is this man Leo L. Spears T j -. / the month at 9:30 a.m. to assist I
Escambia, Santa Rosa Okaloosa there are still many unpaved country E M-
Leo L. Spears is perhaps the great- persons in filing claim i
.. _. .. or waatt-
: -- < odsin Wakulla County :. ;
WaltonfHolmeT"Washington: ; Hay est Wakulla Countian who ever .. ,tt.f ing other information cineeg- ,
t and Gulf One of the things Page recalls .,
-formerly having t
repre lived. A fact few of our native social security matters. :
sented 16 until the redistricting people ever knew. with a smile is that he receiveda

which went into effect this year Dr. Spears built the largest privately 33-year safe driving pin from !'

I placed eight of them in a newly owned hospital in the world. the National Safety Council. And 1 !

created district.In "hospital with a capacity of over just last year he received an award Coast Guard I

the Congress, he' served for 800 beds. Dr. Spears was the for distinguished service from the .; .
Florida Rural Letter Carriers : ....
two years on the Foreign Affairs Academy News
author of numerous books his book ,r I .
Committee Assn., of which he is a past presi- .
then six the
on the "SPEARS PAINLESS SYS- For the first time in its history

.. Armed Committee before TEM OF ADJUSTING" is used asa dent.He a military service academy .ii
gaining a seat on the also is a past president of MIAMI, FLA.--What well might be the first "radio-controlled"
powerful textbook in Chiropractic Colleges sports event in history is the first annual allowing high school graduates to
Appropriations Comn&tt, through"I the Wakulla County Chamber of Invitational Bowling Tournament of the Americas July 25-28 in Miami. Tournament Director
throughout the United States and, Lee Evans use the scores they attain on the
which all bills that require appropriations Canada. I Commerce. He was secretary of right, and ham radio operator Morris "Mo" Stabin, of Miami communicate with Caracas, Venezuela via standard college entrance examination

must pass. It is doubly Dr. Spears administered help to: the Chamber for 10 years. He also short. wave to arrange for the Venezuelan.. champion to represent his country. in the event. for application towards ap-

important since under the Constitution thousands upon thousands of sick! was president of the Wakulla Don Fuqua : Funeral "p ointment. .
Welfare Board for 11 Held Directors
tax and County years Meeting
appropriationsbills and diseased patients in his lifetime The United States Coast Guard .

must originate in the House. often without any compensa and he received a distinguishedservice Urges Help Fight is switching from its service administered *

Perhaps his major field of interest tio nin return. During the depres- award from that organization At Gulfport MosquitosTAMPA test to the college en-

has been the military preparedness sion of the 1930's he gave milk and recently.The On Chanenl Some 150 land managers, indusTrial The Hillsborough.trance I examination board test this

of this nation, and in this bread to the people of Denver; Page family is well knownin executives, and foresters attended County Funeral Directors Association JfalL "

field he has written a large number I Colorado. This money entirely out the Big Bend as one of the Congressman Don Fuqua has the 7th general conferenceof took a mighty swat at the Students taking the examinationwith

of bills to improve the defense of his earliest settlers i in Wakulla Coun- urged the Public Works Committee mqsquitos
own pocket.A the Southern Forest Tree Im- today as Treasurer Dick: an eye to proceeding on with

posture of the United States. A self-made and educated man, ty. Page has lived there all his of the House of Representatives provement Committee at Gulfport,I Stowers presented a check for $250:,studies after high school may havea

host of major forestry bills have Dr. life. He was one of five children to take immediate steps to to Hamilton Hunt
Spears passed away on May Miss., June 26-27. Chairman of copy of the results sent to the
been authored by Sikes along with 16, 1956. Over two thousand people and he has three boys, all of whom authorize the U.S. Corps of Engi- the Chamber of Commerce Health Coast Guard and may receive an
national now live in Tallahassee. also neers to make a survey for a shallow The two-day program attendedby
bills. Many jammed the church to attend Welfare Committee's "Fite the offer of an appointment to the

social security measures were his funeral.. I saw many come in has four grandchildren. water canal from Spring Creekin delegates from all southeastern Bite" campaign. Coast Guard Academy at New London
states showed the which
.authored by Sikes. with the aid of wheel-chairs,") Wakulla County out to deep progress "This is a wonderful weapon to Conn.
i research in tree genetics is bring-
Waterways have been another crutches and the and Power Output water. help our The Guard
by help assistance : ing to the already prospering promotion, said Mrs. Coast Academy,
prime interest, the Congressman of other patients. Everyone Fuqua pointed out that such a Janet Burke, "and will defray the while similar in almost every respect -
southern commercial forests.
believing that where waterwaysare who ever knew him loved him Shows Increase channel is needed by the fisher Paul J. Otterbach of Interna costs of the paper for printing the to the other service academies -

improved, industry and trade with great admiration. He men of that area who presently additional 200,000 Fote does
was of tional the Bite not require: a congres-
Production electric in Paper Company reportedthat
are stimulated and these improvements truly a great man and doctor. are handicapped at low tides in leaflets which are needed." sional appointment: Candidatesfor
Florida 13 cent I than of
was per greater more 2,500 acres seed
out to fishing waters.
thus pay for themselw We, as Wakulla getting Publix: Markets
Countians are are already appointment compete on a
year than in 1961, chalkingup Florida I orchards have already been established
The Legislature
commercially. For the grateful that Leo L. Fuqua these leaflets
four such la nationwide
past a man as shopping scale and the tops scholastically -
the largest annual gain since by forest industry and State
years, he has served Spears from within said, had expressed an interest in I bags, and other markets and
vicepresident came our con 1959 and topping the national increase Forestry agencies in 10 southeastern are following physically are offered -
of the National Rivers and fines. this program by passing a Memorial I suit, in a concerted drive appointments.
of 7 per cent, the Florida also states. These are the orchards
Harbors Congress. to the Congress askingfor urging all home
owners to take Previously the Coast Guard held
State Chamber of Commerce reported which will yield improved seed for
Sikes noted this week that the Cancer Society such a survey.Donald recommended measures for elimInation its own examination throughoutthe
yesterday in its Weekly genetically superior pine trees.
Florida delegation consistentlyworks of mosquito breeding nation. This the service
Business Review. At the Gulfport meeting, the
together for projects that Gives Report "Total output of electricity in Hall Harrell U.S. Forest Service Institute of places. is using the college entrance ex

will benefit Florida, and that he "Homeowners must make amination board
the test results in Heuof
Howe cancer death rates have Florida came to 24,270,000,000 kilo- Forest Genetics' program was also
has been proud to services for Donal Hall first move," said Mrs.
play a part in Funeral Burke, Director the service administered test.

decreased in some types of cancer watt-hours last year", the Review reviewed. Jts principal laboratoryfor !:
these programs. He is particularly Harrell 47, who died Thursdayat i of the County Health Young
Department men interested in the Coast
[but increased in others, is told ina stated. "This amount can be splitin southeaster nresearch is at
I interested in seeing the Cross Florida State Hospital after along I drive. "Service stations Guard Academy and in obtaining
condensed report issued by the two parts: 22,359,000.000 kilo Gulfport. where projects in south
Florida Barge Canal constructed. illness, were held at the :and industrial firms are cooperat i its bachelor of science degree anda
Florida Division of the American watt-hours produced by utility ern tree improvement have been
Sikes serves as a Major Generalin graveside at :3 Sunday in the i ing through their business
pjn. commission
asso as ensign grad
of upon
Cancer Society. plants (public and private) and, effected. A tour the Institutewas
the Army Reserves having beena West Sopchoppy Cemetery with I ciations. Clubs and civic uation
Coast Guard
Since 1950. United States death 1,911,000,000 kilowatt-hours generated made by the delegates.SJP.TJ.Cioffieers groups may :
member of the Reserves for 31- : the Rev. Cortez White .and the named ;have pitched in too, to make this Cadet, Miami 32, Florida, for
rates from cancer of the stomachand by large manufacturing were :

years. cancer of the uterus have plants (such as pulp mills) for Rev. Emmett Whaley officiating chairman, Dr. Berch Henry, I.F.G., campaign a notable example of application. Testing must be accomplished

In 1966 and 1960, he'was selectedby declined about one-third. But their own use. He was a native and life-long Gulfport; vice chairman R. A. community effort. Won't you Fite on 7 December 1908--

the Florida delegation to the resident of Sopchoppy.He the Bite just for the Healthof all
applications must be completed
against this retreat lung cancer This amount of electricity generated i Bonninghausen, Forest Management it "

Democratic National Convention to death rates have risen 73 percent by manufacturing plants,: is survived by two sons Chief, Florida Forest Service ? prior to this date. Those f interested -
serve as their chairman.He Robert and Bernard of Jacksonville
I inquire for
among men and 18 percent among plus 4,878,000,000 kilowatt-hours .Tallahassee; and secretary may immediately
is a member of the Kiwanis his Mr. and Mrs.
women, according to Dr. I. S. Rav- sold to smaller plants in the state ; parents Don Cole research forester with Grand Opening processing.
Club, having served as Lieutenant D. H. Harrell of Sopchoppy; three
din, national president of the totaled 10 per cent over 1961. The Continental Can Corporation, Sa

Governor of the Florida' District; American Cancer Society. Pancreatic gain in the use electricity is brothers Glenn of Tallahassee, vannah. Burge Grocery Methodist ChurchSchedule
a 32nd degree Mason, KRCC and E. W. and Lester of Sopchoppy
cancer- and leukemia in one measure of increasing industrialization The committee's next anaual The former Rouse
KCCH Knight Shricer three sisters, Mrs. Theo Grocery Store
Templar, ;
adults have also increased and the of the state. meeting will be in Tallahassee ndct in Sopchoppy has been
Grotto, Knights of Pythias Moose Lawrence of Tallahassee, Mrs. taken over
reasons for,this have not been determined "Residential use of electricity June, with a tour of the Southland by l Mr. and Mrs. James
Elks VFW, American Legion, However. Dr. Ravdin in Florida'gained 14 per cent and Ruth Keel of Hollywood, Fla., and Experimental Forest at Bain- i Plans call for Burge. The Crawfordville Methodist

40 & 8, Military Order World War, Mrs. Emma Stafford pf Cairo, Ga.Culley's a Grand Opening Church schedule of services k as
points out. last year alone some commercial use, 13 per cent last bridge, Gaalso planned. next the 1st, 2nd, 3rd of August.
Reserve Officers Association Al Funeral Home was in follows The first and third Sue-
44.000 cancer patients who might year over the previous year. : biennial general conference has A complete line of :
phi Gamma Rho, Florida Btu Key, charge of arrangements. groceries and days of each month morning worship -
have died had they developed the "To produce this large quantity been scheduled for Savanab, Ga.. meats will be carried. Watch
and has been the recipient of many this is held at 11 a.m.; Sunday
disease 10 years ago, are living to of electric energy for Florida uses, paper for Grand Opening
state sad national award. He is
School at 10 a.m. Evening service
day. This is an encouraging hopeful electric companies used 1,637,905 tisement. .
member of the Methodist church. Glue for SurgeryA 7:30
a at The second andat
side of cancer he said, which short tons of coal (up 10 per cent); United States Chamber of synthetic resin "glue" has p.m. #t
Mrs. Slices Is the former Mb
strengthens the belief that in the 17,874,000 barrels of oil (up 20 CommerceRecommendedt been used successfully in placeof of State Chambersof fourth Sundays morning service ;:
ilsez Tyner of Laurel HilL He has stitches in experimental animal Council 9:30 a.m. and Sunday School follows -
foreseeable future, more lives can per cent) and 89 billion cubic feeof cuts of $9.1 billion in new CommerceRecommendedcuts
two ebiMren, Mr*. Bebbye S. surgery. at 10:30 a.m. No evening .
be saved and eventually a cure gas (up 5 per cent) during last spending authority and a reduction totaling $9.8 billion in '
''Wieke of Tamp and Robert K. .
service the second and fourth
el ffrksdo.OtfceV will be' found if everyone keeps year. of $4.5 billion in the American Farm Bureau appropriations with reduc- on

1 SikH members of the House [working on this health problem. budget for fiscal 1964. I Federation Urged cuts of tions of $5.8 billion in fiscal Sundays.

$7.5 billion. 1964. '


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Thursday,July 11, 1963 Soc. 1M, FORT SALE
the u the.holder ol 4c
---wing eert1f1eatea FOR SALE. Jenny Colt, 1-year- qro
mereo n.PreDerty. The hu flied said certtfiettes for a tax deed to be Issued c
WAKULLACOUNTY cerdficau numbers and years of issuance the description of the old Gentle, Ideal Children's Pet.
Certificate the **""* In which It w as assessed are as foB ws: ElizJobsAheadllt
no. 17 WA 63301.
I Year of Issuance 1961 Reasonable. Call
NEWS property Wit of sW;: Ci j SWV of
Name 1n we:: 20 acres.It Section 8. Township 5 south :.
Wb1da atsessMAll e xN
6-3301 ( more tban ODe rtiflcate.. follow a bore order for each additional Certificate.])
Telephone saJd Property being la the C: WakuBa. State of Florid
Unless sntyof
such rufieat.e or cerUneaghea be redeemed to law
the according:
> >pertr described In such certificate:: or certificates wfll be sold to the Minutes of County
e at the court !rouse door c1863.Dwb1ch the first Monday in Month of August. .
tj the 5th y of August. 19 PUS S
is IUI'day of June. 1963Clerk School Board to off'L
= Editor of Circuit Court of Wakulla County. Florida
Virginia Keightley .. ,t Moody P erne
Run: 6-Z7.7.4.-- 7-U. 7-18 The -Wakulla' County School -,.
Board met in special session July

." 8, 1963, Instead of the regular
Board of
Entered at" Crawfordville. Florida NOTICENotice CountyCommissioners meeting of July 15, 1963. The t. .

Mr. Crum, called the
second class matter. Subscription : is hereby given that the t
as with the follow- t '
meeting to order
Board of County Commissioners of
rate: $3.00 per year. Wakulla County will meet as a July 1, 1963 ing members present: Mr. Gowdy,

.. Board of Equalization on the 15th The Board of County Commis- Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Posey, and _

day of July, 1963, at 8:00 P.M. sioners of Wakulla County met Mr. Paulk.: L:5 S

1 If You Need. j o'clock and as often as necessary this date in Crawfordville with Moved by Mr. Posey and sec- S :

thereafter until August 5th, 1963. the following present: J. D. onded by Mr. Gowdy that the

Office Supplies BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Turner Chairman; Willard Carter, Minutes of June 17'be approvedas

Business Machines vice-chairman; Ralph Strickland, reatl. .

Office FurnitureRANEY Wakulla County, Florida. Sam W. Smith and F. T. Roberta, Voting for the motion: Mr. Gow

Su or aU By: J. D. TURNER Chairman, Commissioners; J.. H. Hudson, dy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Roddenberry,

Attest: Moody Pearce, Clerk.'Opening County Attorney, Carmel Pelt, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum.
National 4-H S.rr/c. Committ* Photo
WHALEY Road Superintendent and Moody Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and
Within the next decade about 30 million women are expected to be holding down jobs says the U. S.
Pearce Clerk. Minutes of the seconded Mr. Paulk that
by Department of Labor. Women now make up about one-third of the total labor force of 'S million.
atCAPITAL last meeting were read and ap request the insurance company to Modern invention and technological advances will add new jobs to the wide span already being filled

OFFICEEQUIPMENT July 1 proved. place the governmental immunity by women. Many positions are and will be in the home economics field. Employers indicate that more

CO. Danita Ann Vause endorsement on the automobile professionally educated women are needed, and those trained in specific skills as well.

The Board approved the application liability insurance policy, also increase
Adams St.
319 Corner South E. Pensacola BARBER SHOP for Danita Ann Vause to the bodily injury limit of Educators Urge the projects in which 4-H Club will give six $500 scholarshipsto

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA enter the Florida School for the liability from $5,000 to $10,000 as members participate. top-ranking club members In
I St. Marks start in 4-H the 4.11 foods-nutrition program.
They as young as
Deaf and Blind. required by the 1963 Legislature, Early Career Choice
9 of age, and remain -
(Formerly Watt's Barber On the motion of Commissioner and to provide elected officials endorsement years many Chicago DelegatesBoth

Shop) Strickland the board set July 15thas on the Workmen's Com-: Today educators urge students Volunteer for as adult long and as junior 10 years.4-H firms will bring to Chicago .

TV HOURS the date for the Board to meet pensation insurance policy. to complete high school, leaders supervised by the Co- as delegates to the week.
and make an early choice of I
4-H Club Con-
as the Board of Equalization and Voting for the motion was Mr. operative Extension Service long National
12 8:00 that later training and
noon to pm career so state award winners from
i SERVICECall meet such often Mr. Mr. Gowdy, Mr. head the local clubs. gress
as as as necessary Paulk Posey education can be planned ac
all 50 states and Puerto Rico-
I' Monday,Tuesday, until August 5th, 1963. Roddenberry, and Mr. Crum.. cordingly. One group of young Helping to encourage these 102 in all. Here they will be

j WA 6-3612 Wednesday Jr. Chamber of CommerceThe Moved by Mr. Gowdy and sec- women who have a head start, future home economists, scien- honored by their hosts at ele

,..: GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE Board allowed the Jr. Cham onded by Mr. Posey that Board approve reports the National 4-H Service tists, writers, mothers, teachers gant parties and banquets.
and business two I
women are
Committee 4-H members.
ber of Commerce of Wakulla County the budget amendments to are corporations that annually con: During the weeklong con

to use the County Commission the 1962-63 Budget. 1.3 Million Girls tribute funds, educational liter gress these talented teens will

Board Room in the Court House as Voting for the motion was Mr. At some time during club ature and technical assistanceto hear prominent educators and

: Dees Barber Shop New Hours a meeting place until further no- Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. membership, nearly every one the national 4-H clothing and noted fellow speakers.H'ers they Along will with participate 1300
of the 1.3 million girls now the foods-nutrition
Paulk Mr. Posey and Mr. Crum.
in several and
South Monroe 1 tice.The enrolled in 4-H receives some
2238 EFFECTIVE; JULY Board approved the vouchers Moved by Mr. Paulk and sec- training in her dual role of Scholarships Help inspiring events. For most it

Men's and Boys Haircut SHOP before them and directed that onded by Mr. Gowdy that the future homemaker and career They are Coats & Clark Inc., will be the first trip to a big city.

l BARBER warrants be issued in payment Board employ Mrs. Alta Hales Cotton woman. which this year will help 12 Coats & Clark and General

therefor. The Board at this time Mr. Robert S. Martin Jr. and Sewing, meal planning, nutri- girls with their college education Foods are but two of hundredsof

1 ..-' Panacea excused the Vice Chairman Mr. Mrs. Mary Potter Martin. tion, home management in- by way of $500 national private enterprises helpingthe

ys-.- ,'..,: Carter due to the illness of his Voting for the motion was Mr. terior decoration, fashion and clothing scholarships. youth of this country
HOURS education General Foods Corporation achieve future goals.
consumer are among
'. DEE'" ; COOK Owner father, Mr. Jesse Carter. The Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Posey:

.., : ,;>- to 8:00 Board examined the work progressof Mr. Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. :
} '" ) am pm the County Jail and made an Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded Old Material Finds New Farm Use I
.:>.' Thursday, Friday, Saturday examination of the Old Court by. Mr. Posey that the Board I!

: House noting the condition of employ Mrs. Rossie Wildern as WASHINGTON Livestock porcelain enamel has quadrupledthe tation cuts down the mortality a

same. lunchroom worker for the Craw- pens feed lots poultry houses life of the Inner tank of a rate.Because
Till The Board retired to the Board fordville Lunchroom. for the 1963- and wheat fields are getting acquainted hog waterer and made it "the the historic bathtub
with an ancient and most durable automatic capacity. material resists practically all
Room and on the Motion of Com- 64 School Term.
f well-known material usually associated type hog waterer on the market"They acids barnyard and otherwise,
missioner Strickland was ad- Voting for the motion was Mr. with bathtubs ranges say the porcelain resists one manufacturer has developedand

journed. Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Rodden and kitchenware porcelain corrosion caused by heat and tested a manure spreaderwith
CHRISTlfln 1. enamel. fumes of kerosene and gas heaters porcelain enameled panels
ATTEST: Clerk Moody Pearce. berry, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum.
1 IQ Helped by agricultural equip.. that keep water from freeze and side rails where corrosion Is
APPROVED: Chairman, J. D. Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and ment manufacturers farmers are ing. Another manufacturer lists greatest

Turner.IN seconded by Mr. Gowdy that the turning to porcelain enamel the long-wearing of porcelain Pierce said fertilizer equip
SCIEnCE to cut corrosion losses enamel as an outstanding feature .
Board pay the bills as presented. coatings ment subjected to corrosive
that one expert estimates at $S of its grain distributor.A chemicals also Is being studied
Voting for the motion Mr.
was billion for the nation. variety of watering and of per
yearly for possible applications *
H fflOflhTQRAccurate 1 SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Po- These glass-like coatings per- feeding devices now wear porce- celaln. Several fertilizer plants
tr.sH FLORIDA. AND FOR WAKULLA sey,. Mr.. Paulk and Mr. Crum. manently fused onto' sheet steel .laln enamel. Since the glass-, have already switched to" ONe-
'. .......... COUNTY.. IN CHANCERY.No.. Moved by Mr. and have been used In silos for years. smooth surface offers no place lain enameled corrugated steel
-r- CALL 222-0165 M, L. Kelso and CoraM. 1218 Posey seconded Now they are showing up on for food to cling and bacteria to roofing. If the roof proves as
Kelso. his wife. by Mr. Gowdy that the livestock watering and feeding breed poultry and livestock successful as expected the same
,. Plaintiffs.FORECLOSURE Board adjourn. devices manure spreaders drop- farmers find that porcelain coated material might be used for id-
OF MORTGAGESW. Voting for the motion was Mr. ping trays and tractor mufflers. feeding troughs save them. ing. Pierce thinks that the high
i R. Dykes an dHannah S. According to William E. manhours of cleaning and dollars sanitation standards set for
ii Dykes his wife. E. Ray Manleyand Posey, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Rodden Pierce, manager of product en lost from disease. Porcelain milking parlors might lead to
Complete wife. J.Joanne Edwin S.Johnson Manley and his berry, Mr. Paulk'and Mr. Crum. gineering for the Porcelain Enamel enameled dropping trays are porcelain enamel wainscoting:

REMOVEWARTS Mrs. J. Edwin Johnson his wife HENRY. A. CRUM, Institute In Washington D. gaining popularity because they there.
whose Christian name is toPlaintiffs Chairman, C.. there has been a steady in. are easier to keep clean and The heat resistant propertiesof
News unknown
Defendants. crease In demand for more porcelain sanitary. porcelain proved in jet engine
NOTICE TO APPEAR S. Ij. TOWNSEND, coatings on the farm. Both Pierce who works with product exhausts led to its use In auto-
K STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Superintendent.I farmers and companies making engineers of equipment mobile mufflers and tailpipes.
Coverage E. Ray Manley and Joanne S. Manley. have learned manufacturers says one com-
his wife Route No. 2 Statesboro. Geor farm equipment Now one producer of farm trac-
Edwin, J. Edwin Johnson and Mrs. J. I I that what prevents rust and corrosion pany now is testing porcelain on tors has made porcelalnlzed
Johnson his wife. 821. Buford In their "glass-lined" hot slatted steel floorings for use In
Highway. Norcross. Georgia. water tank works equally well pork, poultry and fur productionunits. mufflers standard equipment on
Amazing Compound Dissolve You are hereby notified that a suit one model. Similar replacement
such units where
In large
livestock Pierce
to foreclose two mortgages has been I In waterers
Common Warts Away brought against you by )4.1. Kelso and numbers of animals are confinedto mufflers are becoming availablefor
Without Cutting or Burning Cora M. Kelso. his wife in the Circuit said.One midwest company says small spaces improved sanl- other tractors.
Doctors warn picking or scratch- Court of the Second Judicial Circuit of .
Florida in and for Wakulla County
ing at warts may cause bleeding and you are hereby required to file
spreading. Now amazing Com with the Clerk of said Court your writ-
pound W* penetrates into warts ten defenses if any in said suit and
to serve a copy of same on A. L. Porter -
destroys their cells,actually melts Attorney for the Plaintiffs. Craw-
warts away without cutting or fordville. Florida on or before the USEDTop CARS
t burning. Painless, colorless 12th day of August. A. D. 1963.
1 Yeor $22 6 Months $11 Compound W, used as directed, WITNESS the Honorable W. ,
3 Months $5.50 Walker, one of the Judges of said court.
removes common warts safely, and the seal thereof at Crawfordville.
CUp this 4vrttsmM end effectively leaves no ugly scars. Wakulla County, Florida this 10th day
return it with yow check or of
r..y enter to: JulY'M1iogylARCE.. CARS Top Condition
Tfce Christian Science Monitor Clerk Circuit Court.Wakulla Quality
Ono Norway Street County. Florida.
Boston 1 S. Moss. (SEAL)
4 t July 11. 18,=. Aug. 1

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1959"' Plymouth Station Wagon, 1957 Rambler Station Wagon,

Power Steering Power Brakes, '895 4 Door, Radio 8d. Heater, $195

:> I.adio and Heater,Auto.Trans. Automatic Transmission ,._.,.-
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: 1956 CADILLAC R. H. Automatic

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Thursday, July II, 1963 1 -IPARDON J FIRST STOP FOR N. Y. VISITORS. -. Woodville Lumber CO.,

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After a hot shopping trip
d wouldn't it be nice to ,
ff1fl A- go to a cool, air .

fl conditioned home? Why .
I +oF 4 wait? Ask about air '
::> conditioning today. You

Ji::. st can be living in comfort the .
rest of the summer. You'llbe
3A surprised to find how
lot of history has happened in Times Square inexpensive electric
since its most famous landmark. Times Tower, lijilTIIIF
fj',1J. air conditioning IS.
inched skyward in 1904. The view (1) looking o
t south along Broadway from 44th Street shows s
F the steel frame being covered with its sheath of
terra cotta and pink granite. By the mid-thirties
(2) its famed electric news bulletin girdled the
I building and flashed up-to-the minute headlines; II
trolley cars still trundled through the Square t
r and a jaywalker could diagonally cross at his ;
own risk. The largest crowd ever assembled (3) ,.
r along the Great White Way gathered on VJ Dayto '
.. herald the news of Japan's surrender, August aril GOOD InstantComfort \
.. '-.. 14, 1945 and the Tower and neighborhood will JUNG A/G YI 1a
have a new look (4) when it becomes Allied, :'
r ? aRvt S fe. / Electrically' ,,"
.1 "" Chemical's showcase for chemistry,late in 1964, :, "
1I as shown in the architect's modeL :
I Henry Dubbin (left), Board Chairman of Canaveral _______ __ __u_____ ___ 1 li i. i Ku* '** **>**) **?&).. wat ... wu,,
International Corporation, and Edward Ball, President -
Joe conclude agreementin -. -
of St. Paper Company, -
Jacksonville, Fla., for joint company participationin TALLAHASSEE THEATRES
control and operation of Honeycomb Products,

Inc., manufacturer of honeycomb core products for SEASICKIJ\ SSR FLORIDA
the building trades, space industries and other com A .r MAKES SEARSNRUSSOUs
mercial applicaitons. They also announced plans fora .8B tJ i I IyR

new Florida plant which will add another major 0\.0 AND AFPECtt
f industrial operation to the state. sew OF Now Showing Now Showing
1ttEM iRE
New IndustryFor 1S EV,AUS1'RR\JR SAME WRY
.. S Bob Hope
c WAS BORN / "t>OES Chuck Connors
FloridaJACKSONVILLE. 4tTN'1RE \\UMAMS.I Anita Ekberg

St. Joe Paper Company and Cana- A .. ( j\IP l Icii
veral International Corporation

yesterday (Monday, July 8)) revealed I J"I J"IW I.gAcKJ ;.
I : a joint participation in.con HS ... I 'J
y ti-ol'6tock of Honeycomb Products, ,J ,

t Inc. ,of Mt Vernon, Ohio, and disclosed By RUDY EVINS __
: plans for construction of
anew The size of your boat and the type
Florida plant to produce Impregnated of water on which you do your OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.HIMHHHHMM .
I boating; are the most important con HTongiht
honeycomb-core products -
i siderations when selecting an anchor.
1 for the building trades, space Just about anything;, including; a | Friday and Saturday
industries and other users. brick tied to a piece of clothesline thru Saturday
Honeycomb Products' existing will hold a small fishing boat in a Showing 8:15
dead calm. But to be practical the Ken Scott
plant in Mt. Vernon will continue Evinrude Motors people suggest that 'MIGHTY URSUS' Merry Anders
in operation while additional you choose an anchor with a great
plants are projected for several deal more care. At 9:55
Most familiar to outboard boat I
foreign countries. men are mushroom anchors and various Plus CoHitA
According to Edward Ball, Presi- patented types with pivoting R" NOD IWCXROHEROOF!
dent of St. Joe Paper, and Cana- flukes. Although mushroom anchorsare T'IE Pc AtcA PvGMEF T% OfTHE ?MWPNgS'STc % 11.50"ATTILA" .. Tab Hunter
veral International Board Chair- suitable for small boats used on AMLLL Tr sH MTr1E woo/// AT i iMA1t1JTY THE PROPRIETOR "OPERATIONBIKINI"
calm waters anchors with flukes area ,tT REP HES 1FiESIZE OF AM ANT... "THE JAILER
man Henry Dubbin the new Flor- better bet. They are lightweightbut Xf OP AM INCH BEN ITS MAXIMUM LENGTH.... vE.N )
ida plant is scheduled for com- have tremendous holding power. 51. nyE5rC49f BtYEDGQFg1UQEWEX/5
pletion before the end of this year.It It's a good idea to choose an anchor .
that will hold in the worst conditionsyou I h '
will have a daily production expect to encounter rather than It's A Small Whirl
capacity of over 100,000 square one that is just all right for average

feet of honeycomb materials. boating. i .
The new plant is expected to bea When preparing to anchor, approach 9
p the area into the wind or
major user of Florida pulp products current whichever is strongest.; When T"N\
; and will add a major industrial you are over the spot lower the
i operation to the state's rost anchor; don't heave it. Make sure e ; Leon Federal
the anchor is caught on the bottom
ter of manufacturers. and then pay out additional line
t "Supplementing the joint investment until the ratio of length of line to
,. St. Joe Paper Company will depth of water is about six to one. In 1L 1L,1.
t rough water, the ratio should be in.
contribute extensive technical and creased. GROWING BY !SERVING

research knowledge in developing Stow your anchor a convenient . .
new uses for the plant's output place in your boat where it can be M ,

f while Canaveral International Corporation reached free of quickly.knots and Keep tangles.anchor Before lines .

will provide marketingand lowering an anchor make sure one : t: :,
distribution knowledge," com- end the of boat the line is attached securelyto : NEW DIVIDEND

mented Dubbin. An anchor, if you can keep from MWNTOHf!! l fifHCE_ .
1 Presently, the major market for losing it, should last almost indefi- ROME When in Rome-do as \iiis.-Home{ J
r. the aluminum-faced panels, which nitely. Anchor lines however, are a the Romans do. One Roman Vito a OPPORTUNITY .
have a honeycomb core of impreg- different story. They should be in- Pecori, feels he has the answerto
spected regularly for rot and fraying.
nated kraft is in residentialand the traffic problems that ".
paper .
Replace lines before they get too .
plague most of the world's great '. .
school construction as wellas bad. Then wont have to worry 22nd and earn full six .
you cities. The miniature auto whichis Save by July :: : .
aircraft and missile structures. about losing your anchor or maybeeven powered by a 75-cc engine, can
1 Brevard! County is the most re- your boat. be stored in the trunk of a com- i months' dividends on December 31st. -I .,
Happy boating.
pact car. Vito happens to be a
to '
f cent Florida county approve Rudy
professional contortionist so :
(' honeycomb panel structures fort
tiny car is not recommended for ,
residential buildings. This material all drivers. N SEMI-AKHUAL REPORT .: .-
! previously -was adopted by
the Southern Building Code Congress / STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS Of JUKE 30,1963

!! and has been widely used SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY ,

for school construction in several ASSETS
and SATURDAY / UABiuras
eastern states. V A Hood and Eonks .....$ 1.239J1SJI
M m
The panels produced by the Florida 1 Oilash Savings Accounts ............S21,2t.s,71119"
t plant will have facings of formica FRYERS, Ib. 29c \ II YEARS OFSERVICE 70'In. Mortgogt loan.,........ 20,127,472.07

f and other materials as well .'4i' Other ban .uo.."......... 204,374.90 Aavancrf Home loon(from tank Federal. 1,10,09040
I r as aluminum. ROUND STEAK, lb. 79c ---- :
St. Joe's partl- F barn M Samp Aaeanh.... 295,487.23
t "Stimulated by r.
loans b Process............ 24c3,42d.3tk
! eipation, we expect a further acceleration Duke's MAYONNAISE 59c .*stmessls end Seartks..... 1,004.500.00
,-- in output and sales by ; ; quart per. aseua amnt. ridmII Deferred lecofne .......'...... 34' 1,54
Honeycomb Products, which in the land Offia( B 3 .,.w' CIIIUIIy
t_ ....
t past year made sizeable production SHERBET, 5 pints 97c '. -- anent pnaahM S33.8SoJ1 Other Uabiiitks ............. l ijo.69
and marketing gains," declared ':' Deferred barges and.

Dubbin, who also disclosed 10c "" # Omer Assets .............. 345.097.34 Surplus and lesems......... UHS.4C1.9S.
\ plains) for a 1964 New YorkWorld's totAl mm ..........C3J52J23J5 TOTAl UASUTE ........S23JSZJ23J5LEON
I Fair: exhibit featuring a '

,t '-:. retirement ,home constructed of .POTATOES, 50 Ib bag $1.95. G

r fix Florida produced honeycomb I II v

The joint participation arrange- '.. :
':: meat was completed by Fred H. : :? # AItI LOAN ASSOCIATION
Kent I PIGOTT'S ,STORE } ? =: 0
- KeM of Ul erf Murchteoa.

a: A.*by. and Ball of Jacksonville, I.-, MANCH
HOME OffKI: HI Soda Moan* OfFia: Parkway Shopping Ctnter TALLAHASSEE
Mid Jude Albert Dubbin of Dub- MEDARTWe '"; ,.
:' bm, Sckiff. Beriosan and Dubbin, give TOP VALUE Stamps. -
.f Miami.

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By LOUISE C. SAPP A. L. Work spent part of]

. PERSONALSMr. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Dunlap and the week in Tallahassee on bus- As 1962-63 Season
T" :
l:;.: TROOPER BILL'SHighway. and Mrs. Henry Smith re- Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Dunlay at ness. LAKELAND, Fla., July-Florida

V:*:, turned home Tuesday after spendIng tended the funeral of Mr. Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. Bob Spurgeon and Citrus Commission ChairmanSam

*: several days in Atlanta, visitIng Sr.'s sister, Mrs. Joe W. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Bud Spurgeon and A. Banks today announcedthat

Philosophy last week in Home, Ga. children of Knoxville
their daughter Mrs. Fred Tenn., are Commission committee assignments

r. Carlan and family.Mr. Mr.' Albert Trice, Macon, Ga., vacationing here in their cottagesand for 1963-64 will be the
Were born in July of an odd numbered ? Well it's' time to
Miss Eddie Lou Trice Cochran -
and enjoying .
get a new driver's license. How COOL and Mrs. David Fox an- some fishing.Mr. same as they were in the 196'2.
(. nounce the birth of a baby daughter Ga., visited their sister, Mrs. Sammy Mock is a patien season just ending::

Do you ride a bicycle? Observe traffic rules and regulations. born June 29, at the Tallahassee O .C. Dunlap, over the 4th. at Tallahassee Memorial Hospita Banks said he saw no reason to

L. WILLYoU BE Memorial Hospital, named Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Crum, undergoing surgery. Mrs. Emma "break up a successful and ef-,

f Here's a tip to vacationists: Plan your trip with great care and Teresa Malone.Mr. Perry, Fla. spent last weekend Joiner and Mrs. Dixie Fischer are fective team of Commission members

then drive the same way. WHEN You and Mrs. Wooten Smith and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. also patients at T.MJL We wish] who have worked diHgeetly

children, Selena and Tim and Mr. O. C. Dunlap. Sam Dunlap returned them all a speedy recovery.Mr. through the past year fer the
- There is no tomorrow for the fellow who is a bad driver today. with them for week. DeShazo
home and
GET a son have their
HOME ? and Mrs. Fred Keightley and BOn industry and proved
--.MtVifmr ir""*-"***"-' Sopchoppy Baptist Junior Boys Bill are on a business trip to East "
Watch out for children playing along the streets and highways. Gregory and Mrs. John Paulig capabilities many times over.
car's path. the 4th of July weekend at were among the ones attending the Orange, NJ. include
They i ight dart into your spent Major committee line-ups -
*.... _. 0 Baptist Youth Camp at PanaceaFla. Mr. and Mrs. Pete McDaniel and
-- Dog Island. Paul Robertson of Vere
., on July 1 through July 3. son, Bill of Newton, Iowa, are theguests
Practice makes perfect. You maybe a good driver some day. 0 Donald Durrance is at home on a Beach, Chairman of the Advertising -

Keep trying. fifteen day furlough from Au- Carrabelle, Crawfordvflle, Medart of Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Merchandising Committee;
and Smith Creek Baptist Churche Kreager.Mr. .
gusta, Ga. Key Scales of Weirsdale, Chair-
o-law protects unless obeyed. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Duggarand were represented.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oliver of man of the Legislative Committee
and Mrs. Fenton Jones gave Crawfordville visited here Sunday
of Donaldsonville
Donald 3rd -
son Herbert S. Massey of Dade
Following too closely causes wrecks. Allow plenty of room visitors in Craw- the Townsend Lodge to the Baptist with friends and relatives. ;
Ga., were City, Chairman of the Budget
between your car and the one in front of you. ; : Association for a Youth Camp. Pfc. Eugene Cutchins of the
fl':: fordville last week. Committee; Kingswood Sprott of
Mrs. M. L. Fennell and Mr. R. E. Sapp of St. Peters U.S. Marine Corps, who is stationed -
Mr. and Lake Wales, Chairman of the Re-
;' If youwant and Mrs. Harold burg visited his brother, L. C. at Norfolk, Va., is home on
To stay alive. children, Mr. search and Administrative Committees -
of Sapp over the week-end. While leave visiting his parents, Mr. and
Better watch Watts and Miss Patricia Bailey ; Robert E. Snively of Winter
here R. E. and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mrs. Ernest Cutchens.
x _*<.- ..._ The way you drive. Goldwater, Ala., spent last week Haven, Chairman of the Processing -
f. Sapp visited the Ferry Lands and Miss Kay Cogdill has returned
with Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Whaley. Committee; C. D. New-
Col. H. N. Kirkman's safety reminder of the week: Be a lifesaver.. The Cattlemen Association of Earl Tauntons in Panama City. home after a visit over the holi- ber nof Tampa, Chairman of the

Obey all traffic safety rules and regulations. West Florida held their meetingat Mr.: Charles Simmons of Tallahassee day with friends in Clearwater. Fresh Fruit Committee; and Henry

the Crawfordville Woman's Club was the guest of his parents T/Sgt. and Mrs. John L. Watts Cragg of Orlando, Chairman of

COMPLETE Monday night. Members of the Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simmonsover I and children of Dinison, Texas, are the Economic and Market Research

TallahasseeFlowers club served dinner to the Asso-; the weekend.The I returning home this week after a Committee.
visit with Mr. and Mrs.J. A. Watts
Robert Griffins have returned -
FLORIST ciation. Other members of these committees -
L. Rehwinkeland to their home in Ochlackonee and Mrs. Louise Miller and other
Mr. and Mrs. C. are: Advertising and
& Candy Inc. SERVICE Serve up some uncomfortable comfort.:Put their daughter, Mrs. Bert Ga., after spending several relatives and friends.Mr. Merchandising Cragg, Massey,

an living end with to year-round, Hudson and family spent the days in their house trailer here. Frances Peck, mother and Newbern, Scales, Snively and

electric air conditioning.Wouldn't Fourth of July at their cottage on State Patrolman Lawrence Rob children of near" Los Angeles are Sprott; Legislative George T.

;it be nice to open Alligator ,Point. erts and family of Wakulla, are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cason of Orlando, Webb C. Clarke

the front door and find cool. Dr. and 'Mrs. Durham Young visiting Lawrence's parents, Mr. Oliver, Sr. and Dade City Sprott, and O. D.

cool air conditioned com and daughter, Grace Ann of Lees- and Mrs. Johnnie Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Goulding and Huff, Jr., of McIntosh; Budget -

.' ". fort? Phone today. Electricair burg are visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. Mrs. Delma Roberts and daughter children of Newport, Ky., are visiting F. Elgin Bayless of Sebring, Ca-
conditioning costs less C. Ferrell Sr. this week. Miss June Roberts visited her mother, Mrs. Linnie Oli- .
Formerly 4Tllmans: than think. Live better son, Snively and Huff; Research
':.1. "! electrically.you Mr. and Mrs. George Mears of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge in ver and other relatives.PANACEA Cragg, Newbern, Robertson and
Quincy visited Mrs. Mears' sister, Tallahassee during the week. Administrative
_, :_L .' Snively; Bay-
Mrs. Lucille Towels, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Earl Rob- NEWSBy less, Massey, Robertson and
Mrs. E. C. Ferrell visited her erts and daughters of Tallahassee Scales; Processing Bayl M,

sister in High Springs, last week. spent the Fourth of.July with EVA COSPER Cragg and Massey; Fresh Fruit-

Sheriff and Mrs. W. R. TaU Eddie Earl's mother, Mrs. Delma Mrs. W. B. Barwick and son Clarke, Sprott and Huff; and Economic

attend Sheriffs Roberts.Mr. from Washington, D.C. visited her
left to
Tuesday a and Market Research -
PHONE '224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Convention in Clearwater, Florida. Ronald Langston and familyof Bayless, Cason and Massey

WA 6. 3.01 CRAWFORDVILLE and Huntsville, Ala., spent several recently.
Mrs. Bobby Russ, Cindy
Mrs. Pauline Young and her sister
days with his parents, Mr. and '

.. .. Instant Ginger returned yesterday from Mrs. Amos Langston last week. Bessie, from Alexandra City, New Hostess
OFFER coon Ala.,
tuNr t Montgomery and Linden, The Rangers won the Fourth of Ala., visited with their uncle and
BIG SPECIALS Auc.3i Comfort where they have been visiting their Named for
WEEK-END July Softball Tournament held at aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen on .
Electrically! (relatives for several days.
Sopehoppy High School. The Oaks the 4th of July.
I Mrs. Marjorie O. Hartman
SAUSAGE lb. 59c .. won second and the Rams won Rev. Cecil Hayes, assistant sec-
Copeland Mrs. Mattie Alice senior home service adviser for
third place. retary of the Congregational Holiness .

Copeland 12 oz. FRANKS 39c r 7. :b76Plea1Gl t' 1..::..,_. Church, will conduct services been Florida named Power the Corporation new hostess, has for
,, FLORIDA here Saturday night at 8 o'clock
Grade A EGGS doz. 41c POWER MEDART NEWS and the company's weekly television
E : :: Grave&ide lc..r. Mrs. Sunday morning at 11 a.m.,
g- CORPORATION services program, "Homemaking Today -
Mattie Alice HallJvas held Fridayat Mr. and' Mrs. Norris Eubanks_ July 13 and 14. "
10 lbs. 35c The Modern Way, which
Irish POTATOES, .... \ Mr. W. D. Witt is a patient at appearson
.L.. r.. NNY.1.'. VY,> .J" '' 11 a.m.. ,in Oakland Cemetery and family of Perry spent the WEDU, educational Channel 3,

Fresh PEACHES, 2 lbs. % 25c with the Rev. S. A. Coxwell offi- weekend with Mrs. Verdee Eu- the hospital in: Carrabelle for an St. Petersburg.. The show returnsto
indefinite time.
ciating. the screen on Tuesday, July 16
Royal Cup TEA, 1A lb. ;. 29c Mrs. Hall, 92,'died Monday, July Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pigott and Mr. and Mrs. Carious Allen en- from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m., after a

1st at her home at Wakulla Beach. children of Crestview spent the tertained with a birthday party
brief vacation period. .
Old Rose FLOUR, 25 lb. bag $2.25 She was born Oct. 5, 1870 in weekend with Steve Pigott. Polly for their son, Phillip Dale, Tues- The show's former hostess,' Miss

l35c Quincy and lived in.Tallahassee and,children are still visiting here. day afternoon. Seventeen guests
WESSON OIL large size Carol Ann Bocan, has left the
Mr. and Mrs. Noah of were present.
And before moving to Wakulla Beach
Cracks to her
"t Fill company resume teaching
Mount Dora spent the long 4th of Mr. and Mrs. Linford Barnes and
Twin Pet DOG FOOD, 12 cans _75c i in 1921. ,) profession.
July weekend here with their par- family from Tampa, visited Mr.
Survivors are five daughters, Marjorie Hartman
Black Flag INSECT SPRAY, pt. __:- _35c Holes Better Mrs. Manning Lewis and Mrs. ents. and Mrs. Carious Allen, recently. Florida, attended local, a schools native, and of
Mr.' and Mrs. Peggy Council and Jackie Vause was the honor
Handles lair putty Hardens lite wool Marion Lundquist of Gainesville graduated from the University of
guest at a surprise birthday partyat
SUWANNEE STORE son spent the weekend at Steve
and Pearl Miss Clif-
Mrs. Stamper, Tampa in 1951 with the bachelorof
WOOD Linda returned the Ockalocknee Restaurant in
Pigotts. Pigott
PLASTIC ton Hall and Mrs Effie Bankstonof science degree in education.
Panacea, Tuesday night. The
home with them
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. The Cgm//n -Accept No Substitute. Wakulla Beach;' 16 grandchildren Sunday. Since graduation, she has taken
guests were Durwood Vause Mr.
Mrs. Delmar Steiger is in the ,
and 23
Mrs.laabeHe Forbes, Mgr. great-grandchildren. Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.She and Mrs. Henry Crum, Mr. and advenced teaching of courses at the
University Florida.
Mrs. Gillie Barwick
underwent surgery Tuesday Tommy Bar-
I I I morning. wick, Bessie Nell Thomas, Mr. Marjorie joined Florida Powerin
I I and Mrs. Robinson June, 1962, as a home service
\f Mr. and Mrs. Jess Carter have George Mr. and

their daughter, Clara and son visiting Mrs. Frank Cosper, Sallie and adviser in the company's New Port

them from New York.A Preston Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.M. .. Richey district office; she was
YOU TOO B. Grover.Shrinks. promoted to senior home service

c adviser in January of this year.

Prior to joining Florida Power,

Marjorie was home economist for

Hemorrhoids Tampa Electric Company for eight
( years. During that time, she also

Without Surgery appeare das a hostess on Tampa

Electric's daily television program,

I FAMILY TO SAVE : Stops Itch-Relieves PainFor "Hostess House," on WTVT, Channel .

the first time science has found 13. Marjorie has also been a
a new healing substance with the astonishing
Service of Your Doctor of Medicine ability to shrink hemorrhoids home economics teacher for the
Your Local Medical Society and the
and to relieve pain-withoatlar&eQ' Hillsborough Board of
Florida Medical Association. County
REGULARLY FOR In case after case, while
FAMILY DOCTOR'S ROLE gently relieving pain actual reduction Public Instruction.She .
(shrinkage) took place. Most is
? a member of Zeta Tau
IN MENTAL ILLNESSThe amazing of all-result were so thor-
ough' that sufferer made astonishing Alpha sorority, the American

THEIR I FUTURE general practitioner is .t&temenulik."Piles have ceased to Home Economics Association, and
increasingly active as a partici- be a problem The secret is a new
substance the West Coast Home Economies
healing (Bio-DJ'Ua-c1ia
pant in the fight against mental
covery of a world-famous research Association.
illness. Surveys show that Institute.ThiJ substance is now arail-
AMLT much mental disorder is first able in mppoiitory or ointmtnt form Marjorie is the mother 01"a

\ ; observed in the consulting room called Preparation H*. At all drug 2-year-old son, Andrew, and will
of the family physician. Estimates counters.
put the volume at five to make her home in St. Petersburg.

30 per cent of a doctor's total
practice with the higher figure
considered to. be closer to ac

Organic confusion depression

schizophrenia, retardation
character disorders and aboveall
the anxieties often show -t1LL

There ore no two ways ROIIt it: you must save if for no themselves in physical signs
and symptoms. An appreciation -
of emotional factors can

other reason than you're the head of a family, or hope Jo ment prevent for the organic possibility disturbance of treat- _

only, as for instance when a GO

be i in the near future. A sn... amount (as low as $1) opens mentally his disturbed trouble to person be entirely believes coo ,

; physical.As rt
far as the patient i is concerned -
... account add to it regularly and watch it grow BIG, the general practitionerS A

customarily is available in location -
and in time. Another advantage
thanks to our high interest rates. Prepare vforthefuturenew. is the continuity of
contact and knowledge

achieved as the doctor manages
: Get the savings habit here! the patient from illness to ill. 0
ness. The general practitioneris
i close to the patient's home
cmironmrnt and often is physician -
to the whole family. The
family doctor along with the
y clergyman is one of the first
advisors to whom the troubled

person turns for help. If the
trouble requires specialized assistance -
he is able to arrangefor
,< referral to the proper ,
source. '.
Early detection and treat- WOIV.
ment are just as important in
jT" mental and emotional.illness ain
v other form of sickness

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