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Title: Wakulla County news
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Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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*VOLUME NUMBER,49: r.---- CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday August 1, 1963t '."f' | PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY-


I Too Late To Classify Forest Fires Petitions for ASCCommitteemen ROBERT L. (Uncle Bob) Methodist Church during moat of-

Ej RUSSELL RODDENBERRT 1876-19 his adult life. He served his Church j
KAY '
Tremendous benefits to Florida High In, State are A tribute in his memory, by one as Superintendent of the Sunday 1

wil (come from the passage of the Florida in 1962 led all southern who loved him and received many School, teacher of the Adult Bible I

Area Redevelopment extension states in[ the number of forest Accepted rich and lasting joys and pleasuresfrom Class, Lay Leader, District Steward '

which has already cleared fires-19,364-edging out second The Wakulla ASC County Com his life, as a close neighbor,I Trustee and supporter of the

the Senate, thanks to the effective place Louisiana for the top but mittee announced today that nominating z faithful friend devoted elder mid-week prayer meeting. Only

work of Senators Holland and dubious honor.A petitions for ASC (county) Christian statesman, and as a fellow sickness or circumstance! beyondhis ,.

Smathers, and now under consider. year of drought for most of committeemen will be accepted at yoke-bearer in the service of control: ever kept him away

ation .in the House, with a vote the Sunshine State, fires in the 51 the ASCS county office through e Him whom t oknow aright is to from the services in the Church.

expected shortly. protected Florida counties totaled [Friday, August. Eligible persons have everlasting life. I shall un- His place will be hard to fill His E

The two Florida senators created 8,608 and burned 262,160 acres. I nominated by petition will} be ceasingly thank my Heavenly clear, sweet tenor yoke will be

an aura of respectability for Protected counties have countywide placed. on the ballot to be used in Father that He allowed me to missed. Oh how he did enjoy singing k

ARA in Florida by an amendment fire control systems served the forthcoming ASC committee know and be closely associated the great hymns.,He slats now ,

.elections. with choice soul like Uncle in the heavenly chorus of the redeemed -
making: it possible for Florida's by Florida Forest Service. crews a rare

Interama project to qualify for and equipment. I The Chairman of the ASC County Bob.. I am a better man and a of the Lord.

ARA participation in starting the More than half the forest fires Committee, Mr. J. C. Kyle Jr., stronger Christian ,because of The life of Uncle Bob is to be :

enterprise. in the U.S. last year occurred in I explained that nominating peti- .r meeting him along the trail. (Rev. further praised as a loyal, devoted, ;

Passage of the bill by the House 11 southern states. The South has tions must be signed by at least Luther R. Stokes, his Pastor, honorable and true husband and ';

would make possible Federal financial one-fourth the nation's total forest six persons who are eligible to 19551962.) tender father. He loVed his family

participation in Interama acreage. vote in the ASC committee elec and home and provided well and

similar to the government's flO I Nationwide during 1962, forestfirefighting tions. An eligible voter is any To reflect upon the life and honestly as long as he could for

million participation in the Seattle I forces were called out person having interest. a farm works of Uncle Bob, I am remindedof both. God gave him an elect lady

World's Fair and $17 million in an average of 13 times every hour !as owner, tenant or sharecropper the question asked by- King for a help-mate and'sweet companion -

the New York World's Fair. i of the year. and who is eligible to participate David in one o fthe Psalms. Walk- : While I was not favored

Interama is Florida's permanent I An estimated 96 per cent of the .in any of the Federal farm pro ing along pathways and restinghis !of our Lord to know her in this.

world trade and cultural"center fires In the southern states during grams administered by the ASC soul in the scenes of quiet land- I world, as I shall know her in

under construction in Dade County 1962 were man-caused, and about county committee. scapes made dear and sacred by Heaven, I do know that Uncle Bob

by the Inter-American Center half of these were of 'incendiary Mr. Kyle pointed out that sincethe the presence and glory of God upon loved his wife as 0hrit loves the

Authority, a state agency. origin. according to the U.S. Forest committeemen to be elected him as he followed his sheep, he Church, and he never ceased missing -

Already, the State of Florida Service. i will play an important part in the looked up into the heavens radiantin her and longing for her when

Dade County and the City of Mi-, Florida's 1962 forest fire record agricultural affairs of the county: celestial beauty, and asked God: she preceded him in death._. He I
STATE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSIONER WORLEY BROWN recently often talked to in tend rest 1
ami have contributed'or committed was' termed "the worst in seven during the coming year, persons! "What is man, that Thou art me
received a leadership award from the American Society of Safety terms about her and would end !
nominated
almost $100 million toward years, by State Forester C. H. should be currently mindful of him And the son of
the active farmers Engineers. William Spachner left, president of the South Florida his conversation in tears. These ;
development: of this Coulter. or ranchers who man, that Thou visitest him '
international
great Chapter made the presentation. The was for and
plaque spearheadingand tears spoke eloquently of love
best
mart and Federal aid The current year thus far is are qualified for county com- Wise men and ,unwise men,
guiding the 19-Safety-3 Campaign. Spachner said "The South loneliness all the .
at
through ARA, which! would fake improved, Coulter said. During the mittee work and who will be representative great kind and good men have same me.Uncle'
Florida Chapter ,has been tremendously impressed by the 19-8afety-3 Bob loved his only aad
the form of construction of first six months of last year, 6,788 of the various types of pondered this inspired question of son
a Campaign originated and carried out under the of and He
leadership Worley daughter Ernest Norma.
Federal building and LatinAmerican fires burned: 246,000 acres of Florida' agriculture in the county. : King David, since he asked it in ,
Brown. We believe that it will havea lasting impact on all aspects delighted his heart in their lives
Shortly after the the interest of all and climes
pavilions would speed its protected timber land. August 9 ages ,
prog. of the Florida Safety report. and labors. They shall continue to
ress toward completion by 1967. The 1962 report: shows that 4,903 deadline for accepting nominating, but few have been gifted with
with the influence and
Conservative independent surveys fires have burned 67,136 acres petitions, the ASC county committee ... '.,.., -..:. ---'-- sufficient insight and wisdom to live
of his loves and
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indicate that not only all of during the corresponding 6-month will make such additional nominations ? i'iIi 'j- give a completely satisfactory ex strength prayers
them their families and
0 .. Florida but the South as well will period. With two-thirds as many as considered* necessaryand ; planation. It is as if one were homes.upon He, took great pride and

benefit from the project A fires this year to date,. acreage desirable to complete the slate walking on the shores of the vast
permanent
annual revenue boost of burned Is hardly one-fourth as .of nominees. At least six eligible .: .; oceans of time, knowing that the derived no small amount of
and from his
$1 billion in Florida alone is anticipated ,great. nominees are required to completethe __ unmeasured, boundless deep of in- pleasure in grandchildren -
i- and rel ttvee.
along with the creation of "n)ug11 more forest fires burning slate and August 15 is the .. ., triguing mystery stretched out many many
I al Idear and !
\ They were near to
100,000 jobs over the next five i larger acreages can be expected deadline for completing this action. r-'" into trackless infinity, refusing to
his and kind heart.
great Theycan
ye n. in extremely, dry weather, Any person nominated by petition IF.n surrender all of its secrets. Fora

In addition to bringing millions drought does, not start the ire-," who is found to be ineligible will : .;: truth, man, made in the image of pay,LU'ei-paJ"him no greater honor, nor
r .. c .northan .,
ofJaitorso. Florida\each Coulter pointed out. .Careless debris be proptly notified'and he may] '-.. God and just a little lower than "
his
year to be faithful constant
{ to
it will! create sorely needed e -buraers. an dcareless smokers appeal to the county committee a tallY the angels,'defies complete descrip-
em- and prayerful desires for them alt
ployment and help relieve the ause most forest fires in Florida. time prior to the deadline date tion or understanding. At best we '
Yes
Uncle Bob
God's
was good
Cuban refugee situation for completion of the slate of must try to understand him by

state. .In'this I nominees. Further information oo _. thinking of the best examples of man. He lived a long, fruitful
Pulpwood OutputShows life upon the earth. His good works i
his kind have been fortunate
we
To eligibility 'requirements and other
reach the Interama Centevisitors .
r: I and kind deeds live on. He has
details of the ASC enough to know personally, or
elections can be
\ would traverse the state; Increase : gone now to rest in the glory of I IF
obtained those we.have heard or read about.
leaving millions of dollars at the ASCS county office i : a 4 M. 7
in their
the fadeless of Him he
wake! in I Florida's pulpwood harvest for in Crawfordville. i iI I Robert Lee (Uncle Bob) Rod, presence
expenditures for, lodging loved and
iI served so well. One
food 1962 totaled 2,464,500 cords, a nine I denberry, a man of grace, com-
drink, amusements I :
groceries, bright morning the shadows will
per cent increase over the year r p- ; manding charm, friendly person'ality -
gasoline, gifts and souvenirs, drugs flee and
shall
and
James White away we meet
and [year before. dignity and kind nature;
cosmetics, professional and live with him
again in the City
for the
This percentage increase a man whose noble life touched
personal services and the like. cent Gets Promotion not made with hands. Until then,
year outstripped the six per and powerfully influenced others
Presently 84 percent of our the southern statesas I z.. w throughout his lifetime is in let us all. keep our lamps filled,
tourists gain scored by James White, former resident of 1 i my
numbering some 13 mil trimed and burning. Let u* watch
.
J a whole. Crawfordville and"an opinion the type of man we can
lion annually, come by automobilean 1 employee of i unto daily and be to
prayer ready
In volume of pulywood cut, Florida the State Board of Conservation: point to as a partial answer to
dspend money in every area meet our dear Saviour in
from was fourth among the southernstates. has recently bee npromoted to the: King David's question; "What i is peace
Pensacola and Jacksonville
to when He comes in the cicada of
Tallahassee Georgia held first place, rank of Lieutenant with the Conservation Man?" His life, known, appreciated -
Ocala; Orlando, Tampa His glory. Unto Him be glory,
and as it has for 15 years, followed by PatroLLt. i and greatly admired by his

points between. Alabama and South Carolina. Sunshine White for the family, pastors, neighbors and dominion, power and majesty now
While past months
world fairs are temporary and fdrever morel Praise His holy
State pulpwood productionwas has been rdi 1 Christian friends, was one of un 4
working
attractions, Florida's Interama will as member of name I Amen and Amen.
be permanent with accumulative 94 per cent from pine, with one of the states' boating safety ,impeachable integrity, humble simplicity I

the remaining six per cent hard teams traveling throughout the I and Christ-like example. By f
drawing power, that will speed
the development of the whole up wood. state promoting boating safety. his own glowing testimony, which Hog Owners

Among the 63 counties in .Florida The recent legislature allowdd !I had the delight of hearing him
state with resultant benefit to
every area.Because where pulpwood was produced, for the increasing of the numbero I relate many times, he was gloriously Reminded Of

of the investment involved i leading were Nassau with 148,441 fsafety teams in the state and converted to Christ and Cholera
'
standard cords; Marion, 127,875Taylor ; Lt.. Whitethrough his promotionwill I joined the Methodist Church early
great in surveyiits
care
possibilities has been conducted ng 121,910; Duval, 107,207; be the officer in charge of I in young manhood. If it can be TALLAHASSEE-Commissioner '

and Santa Rosa, 98,316. this program. :said of any man, it can be said of Doyle Goner's office today leased

and that conservative when it becomes estimates indicate Florida ranks second among all Boating Safety Education program I Uncle Bob, that he loved Jesus a reminder to hog owners that .1

operative states in industrial pulping capac will be intensified and ef I Christ and the church and was they have only 30 days left before

we. can depend on an annual Even with heavy anual, pulpwood = forts will be made i unashamedly devoted to both. He cholera vaccination regulations
rate of 15 million,visitors who will ity. to lessen the ..-- -l ,_ _
harvests in Florida, instate number of boating accidents Sara Emma Harrell [I was a faithful, loyal worker and governing movement of swine in
as s
spend $1 billion in stores: hotels, 45 1- :_ witness the fullness of
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to
annually import some percent well - joyful Florida become
mills as to assist in making more --- effective.

restaurants and other business of their raw pulpwood from knowledgeable boatmen and to I salvation in season and out of sea "After August 31, 1968," the

establishments the length and outside Florida. point out the dangers in this rapidly HarrellHackett New StoreHolds son. He gave unselfishly and reminder stated, "no bog may be

breadth of Florida and automatically Of 80 southern pulpmills operating (growing family recreation.Lt. I willingly of his time, talents and moved in Florida from farm to I
create 100,000 new jobs a Swell located in Florida, Mr..and Mrs. Santa Tony Harrell i possessions in order to exalt the
nine are. White and his OpeningIn farm, or through stockyards and
U add $40 million in tax family are of Crawfordville announce the en- I'
new Christ '
converted into and cause of Jesus .
with pulpwood now living in Blountstown name livestock markets back to farms, --
Fla.
revenue to the state. gagement of their daughter, Miss throughout the"whole earth. He I'I
''
o= cellulose. unless they have been vaeeiaated
These benefits would be paper Sara Emma Harrell, to Terry SopchoppyThe
permanent "Demand for paper and pulpwood fully believe dthat Christ is ableto against cholera at ]least 21 days [

not temporary, and could products expands each year," Life I Boat Wells Hackett, sOn of Mr. and Mrs. I&J Super Market of Sop save every mortal who comeson .prior to movement.

normally be expected to increase said State Forester C. H. Coulter, Walter H. Hackett Los Angeles, choppy will hold its grand openingthis bended knee to the foot of the
"Hogs passing through stoek- :
from year to year. It should become Mwith increasing needs ,for old Bound In Gulf Calif. weekend with a gigantic sale. Cross, confessing his sins. He loved yarJs an livestock markets. which

an international attraction discoveries of new Hiss Harrell\ was graduated Mr. and Mrs. his fellowman, and prayed countless
products and Jerrell Metcalf of Panacea re- Crawfordville Jimmy Burge, have not been vaccinated against 1
that will puU'visitors from every uses for wood each year." Landowners ported Monday that he found- a from High School owners of the new store have extended prayers, iri the fhurch and cholera at least 21 days prior

section of the nation and every ,may look forward to increasing moulded 10-foot plywood life boat and is now employed by the Tallahas Motor themselves to give thei put, for their conversion, prosperity thereto may be sold only for imme-
Vehicle Commission in
corner of the globe.Passage markets for their trees. floating in the Gulf last Saturday. friends and customers some real healing and enlightment. His diate slaughter/*

of the Redevelopment He' see. sound bargains for the event. tears of tender concern and pleading
Coulter said. said the boat was sighted Vaccination of all pigs is fanged
Act extension by the House will The state's four nurseries operated and puked up about 5 miles south- Her fiance attended California Mr. Burge also stated that during I have fallen upon the pews and to help wipe out cholera uaderthe
speed the completion of this Polyteehnique State College, Pomona ;altar of the Methodist Church in
by the Florida Forest ServIce southeast of 26 buoy. the store hours on Friday and State-Federal eradication pro.
splendid project for the benefit of seedlings Calif., and is now residing in baskets of !Sopchoppy' on more occasions than
will release 80,000,000 Metcalf said that he and a party Saturday groceries will gram now in progress throughout

Florida and the Nation.Methodist for planting during the late from Alabama were pleasure fish Tallahassee.The be given away. I the average person now living can the state, according to Dr. C. L.
is
fall and winter months of 1963- -(l. ing. wedding planned Aug. 3, He said that the store will remember. Only our Heavenly Campbell, director of the Division i
PJI at the'
8:00 Bethel
Metcalf ,also stated that he saw, Primitive operate on the following schedule: Father, who preserves the prayers of Animal Industry. Serum and

Church Q/How is the country'swellbeing a piece of a life preserver floatingbut Baptist Church Panacea. Monday through Wednesday 7 ajn. of his Saints in golden urns vaccine are furnished free.

affected was unable to get it due to ; till 8 p.m.; close at noon on Thursday under the throne where He sits, Required also by the eradication

ScheduleThe *A. When foreign nations ,.rough seas.Metcalf ; Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m. knows the outreach and results of program are cooking .of all :garJ

Crawfordville are,:able to sell more goods stated that he would Birth till 9 p.m. Uncle Bob's prayers. They blessed bage fed to hogs and .prompt re-
Methodist
Church schedule of services is .in our country than we can show his finding to Cap. W. S. Mr. and Mrs. W.. D. Bowen of It will be the policy of the store multitudes and they powerfully influenced porting of any sick hogs.

follows The first and third as sell: abroad it means, obviously Schley, Coast Guard Auxiliary. Medart, announce the birth of a to serve quality merchandise at those who heard'them to For complete information on. the

moat.h. Sundays that American producers Metcalf said the oars to the life daughter, Charita LaVera July 10, the best possible prices. live better and walk closer to God. hog cholera eradication program*

of each morning worship are having difficulty in boat were tied to the seats, indicating at the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital The Surge's urge their friends Many back-a ldden and lukewarm hog owners are urged to contact

is held at 11 a.m.:;, Sunday meeting fo competition.. that it may have been lost weight 8 Ibr... 6 or. and the citizens of Sopchoppy' and in heart were brought under conviction their county or local hog cholera

School at 10 am. Evening serviceat off another boat. It was floating Wakulla County to visit the store] by his prayers during the committee, county agricultural

7:30 pja. The second andfourth bottom up'when he picked it up. and see the many improvements.great revivals held in his Church agent. Farm Bureau office :veterinarian
Sundays morning,service at One way to determine the qualityof that have been made. and Community. Many of them livestock I
9:80 a.m. and Sunday School follows home is to, check ,the use Cliff D. Davenport. former dlrector in or.area inspector.
a ,' A complete<<: line of fresh !will surely raise up in Heaven
at 10:30 a-m. No evening ictae on batEToom walls.I I j :: of advertising at Silver meataj'and him
of cera vegetables will DC ,1 the sweet by. and by and call
service the seeded and foSuadsye urth : extead'all the vay to the -. Springs, Is __now executive vice
.Bob
on Does .It '. president See their advertisement. in this 'beloved of the Lord. Uncle
eMsi1s ate steam and water ..! ? ,. ,Cherokee Village in 1
to of The
ee iing issue of the paper. 1 was a worthy Steward
f :.. t"l ::, ,, Hardy, Arkansas. s '
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!-' ..9 WAKFLLA COUNT KW8 FOR SALE f Minutes of the ,iIALTgg Industry Spending

... Tltsraday A.pat 1.193 SALE. Joni Colt l-yer
FOR : Federal Payroll8TimesOver940 \l
WAKULLACOUNTY old Gentle, Ideal ....1. cr...P.t.; Wakulla County

,. NEWS R ;--oD&bIe.z.. ,."'.,"asifr '"66i..> :' ',:. v School BoardThe I\ IOPICS $500 M Yearly In V

.. ::' :'. '?''' The number of federal

civilian employees has Wakulla County School A Service d Your Doctor ol Median
. Telephone. WAlnut 6-3301 more than doubled in the 4p Board met in Special Session at Yoar Local Uedkal Medical Assocmton.Society ud the Cleaner Air FightVASHINGTONExplain

: 2i past 2 decades and the 8:00 P.M, July 23, 1963, for the Florida

monthly payroll increasedllRIYIR'S purpose of discussing the Budget. FIRST AID IN \ -

RENEW YOUR than 8 times during By RUDY EVINS The Chairman, Mr. Crum, called DROWNINGThere
more physical con ing that American industry
Virginia Ktlifetley-',*: E t r UCEHStVKIWGYWR the same period. Boatmen would do well to keep informed the meeting to order with tile following ]- ditions that are can many cause breathingto is spending a half-billion dollars

( .. Figures 'released by the of boating legislation pending members present: Mr.Gow come to an abrupt halt but annually on air pollution
r BIRTH M9IIlH s Tax Foundation show that in their areas. A certain amount of dy, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Hodden- the most common of these is control NAM spokesman
an
regulation is necessary and desirablebut drowning. The real tragedy of
in 1940 128,000 workers it can be overdone. Too often berry.. Mr. Posey was absent. the many deaths from drowningis informed Congress that proposed

Entered. at. ,_Crawfordville, Florida, were employed by the national burdensome legislation is enacted because Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and that many could have been legislation authorizing
government. This boatmen do not take the timeto seconded by Mr. Gowdy that Mrs. saved if someone nearby had
federal to
ft* second elis t *"matter SubseripUon ? Barber Shop: attend a-Iocal and the government
t'' .. IJ ees. total grew to 2,049,000 in their opinions on hearing controversial express points. Norma Rudd's request for sick- known how. to apply artificialrespiration. provide financial aid to communities

rate $3.00 per year ; ,2258 South Monroe 1949, 2,373,000 in 1954 Most legislation detrimental to leave for a year without pay be The cardinal rules of artifi and to institute air

HAIRCUTS $1." and 'to 2,484,000 in 1961. recreational boating begins when a granted. cial respiration are simple- pollution controls was entirely -
BOYS Monthly payrolls jumped few thoughtless people violate sound Voting for the moting was Mr. '. Start immediately. Don't unnecessary.. S

week; Friday in this fashion from the boating practices. Maybe a careless Roddenberry, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. wait for anything. Send some- think that nothingis
If You Need. Open 6 days a water skier buzzes a fisherman. Per. one for help but don't wait for "Many
-' $177 million total for October haps a boatman without thinking Paulk and Mr. Crum. the ambulance. It will probablybe being done and jump to

Office Supplies Till 8,.. 1940; $539 million trespasses on private property or Moved by Mr. Gowdy and sec- too late. the conclusion that the federal

.. Business Machines master barbers to monthly in 1949; $784 mil the throws ire refuse of lake in the property water to owners.arouse onded by Mr. Paulk that the leave Keep it up. There are case government must take

.".Office.Furniture Four gerreyoe. lion in 1954 and $Jr biZ- When a few careless people do a as requested be granted for Mr. on again record after of a breathing lapse of starting many over when in fact there has

.'i': :See'or allRANEY lion monthly in 1961. few careless things it casts a bad Birch, Mr. Sanders, Mrs.'Walker, minutes, when the rescuer kept been a great ferment of (private -

Owner The January; 1963 employee reflection on all other boatmen.In Mr. Shingles, Miss Nasby, Mr. steadily at work forcing air in and locally sponsored)
COOK, harmonious
DEE an attempt to promote
WHALEY total was 2,462,262. Mr Williams and out of the lungs. for good numberof
relationships between all users Johnson ,Mrs. Libert- The trained rescuer is better activity a
of the water the Erinrude Boating Mr.Mathis and Mr. Solomon. : equipped to save a life. But an years and a tremendous
atCAPITAL Foundation offers a few suggestions. Voting for the motion was Mr.: untrained amateur may savea amount of money has been
First the rights of others.
OFFICE Even if respect you do not participate in a Gowdy, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Rodden life. .spent both by industrial en-

EQUIPMENT CO. 'J ..- -. particular water activity try to un- berry, and Mr. Crum. favor Most the first mouth aid experts-to-mouth today terprises and by individual

319 South Adams St. 'Woodville Lumber Co. derstand the problems of'those who Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and' method of artificial respiration.First citizens," Daniel Cannon,
do.If clear the air committee executive of NAM'sConservation
Corner E. Pensacola'TALLAHASSEE do violate seconded: by Mr. Gowdy that the passagesby
, .. -. you accidentally an- forward
.
the
and
drawing
tongue Manage-
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FLORIDA other's rights, extend the courtesy ofa Board tentatively approve the
.( sincere it off wjth your fingers. Place the ment of Natural Resource
Don't
apology pass
-- Budget as presented by the Superintendent victim_half between a face
Lumber with a shrug of the shoulders.If and advertise for and side way position, tilt the Committee told the House
pub-
Building Supplies a up
.
things get too sticky between and
.L beheld head well back insure clear Committee on Interstate
> r : lic meeting to August 8th to a -
; : t various interest groups, it's best to
air Take deep
TV a .
: passageway. Commerce.Q.
Foreign .
; :i. call a meeting and give everyone the at 8:00 P.M. for final adoption of breath, place your mouth over :

SERVICE ,; "We Need And Appreciate Your opportunity air his gripes.to There's express no his reason views why and the Budget. .- the victims mouth and breathe What is meant by the
into his until his
: k Voting for the motion was Mr. lungs you see
: Call ,< I fishermen, water skiers, swimmers, chest rise and feel the lungs United States' international
WA 6-3612 skin divers property owners dud Roddenberry, Mr. Gowdy Mr. expand. In mouth-to-mouth balance of payments
every other group of water users Paulk and Mr. Crum.
breathing pinch the victimsnostrils A. Our international balance
GEO. CREECH ;. cant together. It's already
along
get
f. Business" Moved by Mr. Gowdy and sec: shut while breathing into of
CRAWFORDVILLE i been proven many times in many payments representsthe
his Remove
areas that cooperation works better onded by Mr. Roddenberry that lung your difference between this
mouth and let the victim
t than legislation in' controlling the the Board exhale
l' {. adjourn. applying slight' hand pressure country's total sales 1 of
of the
r / use waterways." Voting for the motion was Mr. between the ribs and navelto goods and borrowing abroad

Quality I and Price Guaranteed Happy boating ?'> Rudy Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr.. expel:! all air. Repeat the and its total purchase of
"it 15 times minute. You
cycle a
Paulk and Mr. Crum. goods and I lending abroad.
-t HENRY A. CRUM, Chairman with a single layer of a clean Thus, when our total Inter-

Ross Hannon Owner 'I C. L. TOWNSEND handkerchief. national receipts are greater
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I :25736 WAKULLA NEWS -' THOMPSON _ po sille. into an unfavorable position -
The School Board in Special Session July 23. 1963. reviewed and tentatively .
approved the budget for Wakulla County. Schools for the 1963-64 fiscal yearas
Florida Forest Service follows: -
AimCTPATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES:
Rainfall .Report FEDERAL FUNDS: PARDON MY ERROR !
National Forest Funds _f 13500.00:
CALL 222.0165S '
'SUB TOTAL. $ 13500.00
, The Fl.rida Forest Service reports the STATE Instructional FUNDS Salaries: -. 309.02800 HEAVENS! STOPPUTTING BUT PAW, YOU

at Ifelculla Ceumty Transportation ; 27.56900 SAID TO PUT
ellewimg rainfall recerded Current Expenses __ .
.thru the 29th. Capital Outlay *. 21768.00 29,023.00Textbooks DISINFECTANT IT ON THE
: T THE E towers for the week ef July. 23 Administration .
$2 2.00r ON THE BABY'S LIVESTOCK1.Alford t

State Sale Tax ... 40,310.00, : HEAD!
2.50 Driver Training .
1,200.00
Crawfordville Truer ---------- -
Vocational Funds i 3000.00 4 -
CHRISTlfln -- 5.50 Racing Commission Funds 79.00000SUB 5i
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: TOTAL.,_____$516.603.00
Ter age /..00 LOCAL SOURCES:
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Taxes ---- ---- 71132.00
S SCIEnCE -Y---SUB TOTAL_._----.-$ 71132.00
'" CASH IN GENERAL FUND ". 12.550.00
I Fire aince January 1, 1"3 ------- 4' CASH IN CAPITAL OUTLAY AND EARMARKED FUNDS"__ 113J57.00

i mOniTOR : I ;, Fires s vine periodlast: :year ---- 60 TOTAL EXPENDITURES ANTICIPATED: ,' RECEIPTS AND.CASH ON SUB HAND TOTAL-$721.342,00. 126107.00

R Acres bume:this\year"BOBBY -_----- 258.9 General CentralOffice
Expense __
1 25.050.00
last ar435.4 Instructions -
Acre burned saae period :
Principal. Supervisor. Teachers Library Expenses. Textbooks.
and Classroom Supplies Etc. ,
417294.00
Operation of Plant: -.
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Janitors.
Fuel. Utilities Repairs Etc. 43850.00
i ft Accurate .
Transportation:
o' -- School Buses. Driven. Maintenance. Gas & Oil 60000.00
1. ;: Food Services '
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Complete / l Operation of Lunchrooms ______ 6.626.00
) : Fixed Charges: .
Insurance. Electric Expense. Etc. .. 7.600.00
;' Capital Outlay:
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t News ,,1 Library Books 1.200.00
'r. Capital Outlay. Bond Construction. Debt Service Funds Ear-marked
"" Funds. County Building and BUS' Fund and Reserves in all
( RUSS Funds 185.119.00I
overage. ; TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES ..,!.. --?. ,L -1727.342.00
:."t: I A Public meeting will be held August 8. 1963. at 8:00 P.M. in the Board Room
\ '. L ,for open discussion and adoption of the School Budget
S_ '_'_ ..,J f> Complete Insurance Service : J 1 All those interested are Invited to attend the meeting.
.' ; BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION M
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Henry A. Crum Chairman
1I ..- C. Lw Townsend. Superintendent
SOSTON I
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2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274- '7'H' Tnt.-ft..l_ heater. Clean Ford ................
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Y ; ;. ix va, a a >bu\ BE ROUND STEAK, Ib . -79c

Bama SALAD DRESSING qt. 39c
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I Lindy Cream Style CORN, 2 for 33cilWUI

v1 "dWj.fir!IAiit O GET HOME ? GOLD CROSSEVAPORATED

it MILK, 3 for .. 39c

Modern, lightweight steels are dominating the scene this year
in the outdoor living department. Here is patio furniture made GREEN PEANUTS 5 Ibs. 99c
of new plastic-coated steel that takes to rainy weather or sunny ,
skies with equal aplomb. It's maintenance free, corrosion resistant
and practically indestructible. And be sure your portable barbecue BANANAS, Ib I . lOc
is made of durable, heavy guage steel to withstand many years
of use.

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pfy h f I Long day The next time you FLORIDA
A take your bus ride home

::! 5ry" i think how nice it would be v.
if you were going l home to Now
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A cool air conditioning. See

how inexpensive it is to have Guy Williams
cool comfort electrically all Henry Fonda CAPTAIN:
summer long Live better .
Maureen XHara
>b electrically. SINDBAD"Plus
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Here's a pretty switch er on_a perennial summer favorite-tuna M i'x R OFFERGOOD,""G., ,s1_ Comfort Electrically.Instant Friday- OBEaBOBBaaa OUTDOOR and- Saturday Tonight OH WCOBVILLE thru Saturday HWY.


fruits salad,goes this nutritious glamorous main-dish West Coast salad style.is a Crowned cinch to make with bright and a Showing 8:15 Showing 8:15

positive pleasure to serve. Robert Goulet Dirk Bogarde
__ For all its elegant appearance, Tuna Crown Salad rates justas x / "GAY PUREE" "THE SINGER
high in nutrition as it does in looks. A serving of canned tuna NOT THE SONG"
provides more iirst-class protein than a' comparable serving of RLRDA$ Plus Co-Hit 9:50
_ red meat, plus valuable vitamins and minerals.. Tuna is high in w ffl7 TOWER : Plus Co-Hit
poly-unsaturates, and it's easily digestible, due to a minimumof CORPORATION Henry Fonda Bette Davis
connective tissue. 'Wise choice for weight-watchers, drained
tuna solids ,contain less calories than equivalent quantities of _____._...,,ut __ "MISTERROBERTS" "WHATEVERHAPPENED
popular meat cuts. ,
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k :- .n{fi9 r 7 ounces}.tuna ,1 tablespoonjapersV\::. ,* PLATTPVILLE, COLQRAPO-rA J.10-year-od epherder here, .'. .
in: vegetable oil ; 'optional -. -" bought the first hospital Insurance policy In a national enrollment' ofj> t
: V4 cup each diced celery, 1 teaspoon minced onion. senior citizens opened by Mutual of Omaha.
diced cantaloupe and V4 teaspoon ginger He is Henry Gooch who still works 10 hours a day, seven daysa
sliced grapes 3 tablespoons 'mayonnaise week herding sheep on a 280 acre Colorado sand hills farm. Gooch
and remaining ingredients. Reserve oil previously was Insured by Mutual but added to his coverage because -
Combine drained tuna "
Pack tuna mixture into a 2-cup measure. "I fell off my horse a couple months'ago. -.
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cooking
Invert on bed purposes.of shredded lettuce. Garnish with avocado slices Here C. M. Chamberlin Vice President of Mutual representing its
and orange sections. YIELD: 2 to 3 servings. President. V. J. Skutt, explains the health policy to Gooch. -



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patronage, Monticello's grey- .. t .
round racing track will hold "open ', ,. rn
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Everybody-but admitted free!everybodywilbe In addition, ;Tw' .. x. \

there will be special souvenirs for "' .
the first 500 guests. / :Your .

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Steve Andris, "will be a small Checking
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fine support we have received from L-: .-
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history. The management of the --- -i )4r LEWIS

track is genuinely pleased, and we .'
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Greyhound racing now ranks aS STATE

r the biggest spectator sport in

Florida-annually drawing more 1a

steady people growth than any in other the number-and the of BANK.. I

fans
at Monticello is a happy .

'.reflection over the of Sunshine the tastes.State.of peopleall e 8 your _

An exception, of course, to the .. r '-
u you-re one 01 those who keeps saying, prompiu nair-ao w go anywhere. ac any ume. personal
"everybody free" status of next
'"This season I've got to do something about Of course, like charity, beautiful hair beginsat -
Tuesday is persons under 2,1. FlorIda my hair... ,now is the time to do it. A pretty home. Be good to yourself this season and -
law prohibits their admission style, and a pretty perm to keep it that way, start your hair style with a good permanent messenger
under any circumstances. will make even your.mirror sit up and take which not only reconditions the hair, but -
notice revives the color lost In the waving process.Of .
Two young greyhounds have And while,you're admiring the view at the course it gives a beautiful wave and you'll --.
captured the fancy of Monticello top,, stop teasing. Your hair, that is! Experts discover it lets you cut down on teasing and ---
followers of late Tillie's Girl tell us that leasing* tends to break down hair at the same time increases the life and lusterof 'T. -
and tease-ability. After all, what woman or your hair. .-
Weye have each won nine
wants to ( .
man put up every eveningtoo ) -
To add to the Mr.
Interest ordinary, Jones
races Weye has won three of with stringy, dry, unmanageable tresses! .
his last four starts, and,so has Tillie's What to dot Frederick Jones, a hair stylist ribbon suggests of you snow adopt flowers.a feather Voila! ,You've a bow created, or a _.:. .."'.;'.:,'_. The' checks you write in comfort at, .
toward man's of ."
with an eye a point view, -- '
Girl. delivered
own individual hair-do from one ': office
magic
believes that correct styling is never out of your ,. home or in your are
Both are leading contenders forth and that fanciful setting, much like the ones illustrated here.
'season hair-do's belong at
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season's individuals champion the beach as well as at the bridge table. With a little practice: and a good permanent ._ safely, by mail, with the least *
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This season ,he suggests that you keep hair you too, can develop skill with comb., '
ship.Operating night short at the nape of the neck with greater brush and bobby pin. -:: effort imaginable.
every except length from the crown 'of the head.. The bouf- Be the first to stick your pretty neck out '
Sunday, Monticello' now features fant effect at the'side is out but anythingelse for a new hair style, a new you and a new ., / ,-; You have a record of the bills you'vepaid -
f 11 races, plus the Big Q TO each goes as long as it is up. One flip of the Pretty 'Perm .by Shulton Inc.
should give perfectly int- man check of the exact amount .
program. An exception is the comb you a planned, Attracting- your '-;o.: :_ ,_" -by ,
Saturday matinee, when 10 races Sheer l Flattery 3. Fine Feathers lovely Grecian look. Full h sent.
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.. brushed and bangs brow. Hair : : .'::--- you
'are run, however the Big Q is Cap shape no teasing, Bangs draped across '' .
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r featured the Saturday matinee. please!. Top is brushed intoa center to side. Back twisted pulled back as for a pony x and convenience
on. soft wave which dips close to head. Top lifted tail and secured air aides <:::'.., For comfort, safety, -
." A: bit at 'side of brow. Sides into large stand-up_ curls. with bobby pins. Middle account here,
Q. How did we wind up smoothed into sleek wide Add a red feather if you're' hair hangs straight open your checking
I in 1962 with respect to ,our waves. Back pulled into a going formal and feel from crown of head. ,, .' and all your bills with checks
pay
of neck. !
balance of payments soft wave at nape very sophisticated S. Alter-Ego ,

A. Unfavorably becausewe Wear ,it anywhere If you're. the shy type, ; _,..;.. from now ant I IL.EWJS
A Tiara a rosette at side of
showed a deficit of S23 2, Almost 4. Romantic Improvisation sassy
f billion in our balance of Tails***.vet'** bow-oa-a-clip A- ribbon of flowers brow, U an intriguing touch *- "-
'e eireJee a top-of-the-bead- intertwines with hair', of'glamour. Top hair combed a .
la other
account. .
payments, peaf. left smooth waves pony-tailing from crown of straight back; sides combed ; sr 4
STVSTE
words we paid out-. for .im at std *ad back are -. the head. to. achieve this> straight down into soft
ports, Investments abroad, taf&ed w 4 r. Add a :floaty t ':; .-.; waves and tipped up
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; Thursday August 1,1963 Style, Fad ew'Figures ;
By LAURA C. SAPP

Who Is Buying Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gieger and 3 PERSONALS .
SPEd.LS'All '
BIG WEEK-END children of Branford Fla..'visited Mr. an dMrs. Harry Pelt and .

--R-- Life Insurance several days with Mrs. Geiger's I children left last Friday on their '

Meat STEW BEEF, lb. 59c --- parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Beas- vacation. They will visit Washing
-- ton, D.C. and PennsylvaniaEric

COPELAND'PURE (For Fri_ Aug. 2, 1963) ley.Mrs.. Catherine Olah was 'admit- Mathis, son of Mr. and

PORK SMOKED SAUSAGE, Ib. 59c Who bought the $57 billion of I ted to the Carrabelle Hospital Sun. Mrs. W. S. Mathis left Monda

ordinary life insurance issued in day, July 28. from Tallahassee by charteredbus

Fresh Home Grown CORN, doz. 50c the United States last year? Friends of Sopchoppy were glad for the Philmont Boy Scout
Men bought most of it. Ranch in Cimarron New Mexico
to have Mr. and Mrs.Harold Camel ,
.. from 25 to-35 old .
People years
- INSTANT of Indiana visiting them. Mr, where he wil Ispend several weeks.

: Maxwell .House COFFEE, 6 oz. jar 89c bought People the earning biggest less share.than $7,500 an dMrs. Camel lived in Sopchoppy: Their first stop will be in New

a year bought four out of every during World War II. Orleans, stops will also be made

"' Delicious FLOUR10 Ibs bag 99c five policies.The Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathis left in Old Mexico, Colorado Springsand
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largest amount was boughtby :for parts of Florida as Jackson- Carlsbad Caverns.

Delight OLEO 2 Ibs. 29c people whose policies ranged ville, St. Augustine they are more Carey Carlan of Atlanta, son
from to $25,000.The
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or less sightseeing for a few days. of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlan has
largest number of policiesand
CHARKETTS,'JO lb. bag 59c; the largest amount of inSurance Weekend guests of Mrs. Tom returned to his home, after speeding -
were purchased on the McPhaul and Mrs. Mattie Y. Re- several weeks with his grandparents -

STOR'E'CRAWFORDvaLE i straight life plan.A velle included their sister, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Henry
SUWANNEE majority of last year's buyersare Sue Yent of Smyrna Beach, Mrs. Smith.

/ Sy is paying their premiums on Hastings and grandchildren and Mrs._ Richard Gowdy and. son,
FLA. 1 some kind of monthly plan. Richard, are visiting Mrs
Figures from the Life Insurance' Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Yent. Miss Gowdy's

Agency Management Association Sue Yent is remaining a few days parents, in Miami. Mr. Gowdyis

Mrs.IsabeHe Forbes MYtr.Ta1lakassee ..... :x& show some major trends among among relatives here. attending the National Guard

buyers according to age, income, Mrs. Lonnie I Deese, daughter Camp. -
:1 1 sex, type and size of policy, and Janet and little grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith and

: : : : ... ;j.., ." .. '..':' premium analysis payments.An of ordinary. life insurance Thomasville, Ga., and Mrs. Harry children, Selena and Tim, spent _

: ; ):..:tr.' : +>..;' :..., bought in the Unite McCras of Perry, Florida; visited the weekend in Atlanta with Mr.
States last year indicates that, Mrs. Louise Sapp and Mrs. Helen Smith's sister, Mrs. Fred Carlan

Photo Sears, Roebuck and Co since the mid-1950s, there hav Crosby, Thursday, July 26. and family.
Flowers &.. Candy Inc ','.., Today's young lady whether she's in kindergarten or 4th grade been definite trends toward purchases Miss Lilla Raker is visiting relatives Mrs. Carlton Whaley and children
can be Just as fashionably dressed this year as her older sister of larger policies and by in Tallahassee.Mr. returned Monday from Ala-)
her mother or any of those ParJsian dress models in slick
magazines. younger adults. Incomes of people
W. D. Clark and friends of
SERVICED Here are three of the new "shapes of fashion" vhich should find who buy life insurance tend tbe bama after a weeks visit with]
COMPLETE FLORIST wide acceptance with every ---- higher, although a much large Albany, Ga., spent several days Mrs. Whaley's family. Mrs. WhaJ)
young lady. All are machine 'I' easy fitting with just a hint of a proportion of buyers are paying fishing in this area. ley has returned to Alabama to be, ,r
washable and. with the exception waist. In Teal Blue, this dress
premiums monthly (due mainly: Mrs. Dayton Langston of Talla- With her sister who is seriously1ill '
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J ,,'- ,' .' : require little' or 410 ironing. For I back, large box pleat front and to new pre-authorized check and hassee visited recently with her in the hospital.
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< 105 '" : everyday go-to-school dress, to corduroy. Family Plans Level Off The Richard Durants and daugh- Sunday to spend sometime with ,
r' :EAST JEFFERSON STREETPHONE day's Young Miss will find these
i styles put her right up In frontin The Shift* at right straightand Family plan policies (which:ters of Panacea have moved into his grandparents, Mr. and MrfT---Y
narrow, comes in Fir Green combine a base of permanent life'
the fashion parade.At their home in Sopchoppy.: We are Henry Smith.
.;. -, ;' left is the Empire, a high I with all-around pleated skirt. It insurance on the breadwinnerwith have
-- has happy to them as we have Mr. C. D. Peak returned to his
waisted dress in the new Cranberry a button back, a back belt additional term protectionon
color. It's double-'breasted and a generous three-inch hem. other members of the family) looked forward to their living here home last Friday from the Vet-

"Ith all-around) box pleats, but You'll find these "small-fry were.first introduced in the mid- for some time. erans Hospital in Lake City.

'224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor ton. back, and a three-inch hem. fashions" available in sizes 3 1950s. These policies accounted The Congregational Youth Camp Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grimes and
At center is the Skimmer to 6x: for 19% of all life insurance begins Monday, July 29 and will children from Juliet, 111. and Mrs.

,. WA G- 3.0i CRAWFORDVILLE bought in 1962 although their::: continue through Friday, August
J L. popularity has levelled off some- Jessie Grimes from Tallahassee,
2. It is being held at the Sop-
what in the last few years. visited Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Forbes,
Although 89% of the face choppy Camp Ground and is spon- Jr., last Sunday.Mr. .
amount of ordinary life insurance sored by the churches of Sop Sid Linton
of Rockingham
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issued in 1962 was bought by choppy, Carrabelle and Panacea.It "
men, about three out of every ten is under the instruction of Mr. visiting his grandmother, Mrs. ---
Lizzey Linton and Mr. and Mrs.
RAND OPENING policies were bought by women. and Mrs. Albert Thompson of
Americans earning between Palatka, Florida. Joe. Nails of Wakulla.
,$5,000 and $7,500 a year bought
The Congregational Holiness The Official Board of the Craw-
32% of the life insurance issued
.. last year, compared with 26% Church held their regular Sunday 'ordville Methodist Church will
reported in a 1956 study. Duringthe morning services. Some of the hold their regular monthly meeting I
,. same period, the share of in- officers elected for the year were I at the church, Monday August

,: 1" ThursdayFriday Saturday surance bought by Americans Mr. Clinton McKenzie as secretary,I 5 i, at 7:3 0P.M. All members are
less than $5,000 dropped
earning and Mr. Edwin Barfield urged to be present.
.... from 33% to 25%. The proportion as Sunday Miss
Hannon
Cathy
,
bought by people with incomesover School Superintendent.Rev. daughterof f
$7,500 rose slightly from and Mrs. Dewitt Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hannon, of

FREE! 41% to 43%. No change was indi- four children of Merietta: Ga.spent Tallahassee is visiting Miss Ginger
.. cated among people with incomesof several days here last week re- Russ, this week.

1 Carton of 'TEEM LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER REGISTER FOR FREE BASKETS OF 10000. or more. newing friendships. Rev. Cox Mr. and Mrs. John Sarvis and

The biggest shift in ages of life served as pastor of the Baptist son, Brit, of Tampa, visited Mr. 1
WITH1'Carton insurance toward
buyers
was
.380 in their late 'teens church 5 years, before moving to and Mrs. T. S. Barrow over the
PLUS young people
PEPSI COLA at. DEPOSIT. GROCERIES', TO BE GIVEN, AWAY and early 20s, who bought 23% Marietta. weekend.Mr. .

I>.- _.-_ of all ordinary life insurance in Those attending the.' Methodist and Mrs. Owen Council went
Blue Plate .. 1962, compared with. 17% in the church service Sunday morningwere :.to Augdsta, Georgia, to bring
FRIDAY AND SATURDAYwww mid-1950 study. The proportion privileged to hear an inspir- back Beverly and Laura LJe, who
MAYONNAISE Qt 39c bought between the ages of 25 'have been spending the
.' ing talk by Mr Sam Teague of past three
.
and 35 was unchanged at 35% weeks .
visiting relatives.
From age 35 to 45, the ratio de- Tallahassee.Mr. .
-; "I. clined slightly from 27% to 25%. and}Irs. James Green and i Miss Joyce Harris of Weedviileis
TOMATO JUICE DELIGHT At age 45 or over, it rose slightly family of Tallahassee spent the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Benrtie

O L EOslb. 2-9-C from 12% to 13%. week end with her mother Mrs. Phillips, this week.PANACEA.
:
The proportion issued on chil-
303 CAN, 2 for 29c 460Z.CAN 29c Elsie Roddenberry.Mrs. .
.,
.. -- ; dren under 15 years (excluding .
3 LB. CAN I family plans) dropped from 9% Florida Roberts spent sev-
6 OZINSTANTMaxwell V""I .59C'' in the earlier study to 4%. eral days in Tallahassee with her NEWSBy
SNOWDRIFTFRESH : The proportion of insurance issued daughter Mrs. Inez Yent, whose EVA COSPER
79-
House COFFEE _ -r"O under straight life policieswas son Mike was married Saturday Carole Becton left Sunday for a
VEGETABLES- unchanged at 28%. evening to Miss Kay Duren.
""" """"" I week at the F.S.U. Baton Twirlers
REGULAR Xiff Higher premium policies (in- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Altman of Camp in Tallahassee.
"j cluding limited payment life,*endowment -
TIDE ZifCSUGARSlb. EXTRA LARGE HEAD Tallahassee spent a few days in Little Tammy Barwkk, the
.and retirement income
': "-" ..- LETTUCE .. 1 9c plans), which together accountedfor their Sopchoppy home. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
'ri; Dixie Crystal-Limit 2 .1.j 20% of all ordinary life insur- Weekend visitors at the Walter Barwick, celebrated her seeend
ance purchased in the earlier Harms place were Mrs. Len Nelson birthday Sunday July 28th. At
k . .. S9 ; study dropped to 13% last year. daughter and son of Orlando, her
.1. birthday party were the following
2lb. ( .29c -
, POLE BEANS Policies providing betweei 1 who came up to take daughter :
E JIM DANDY $10,000 and $25,000 of life in*
Julia
. home after a 3 weeks visitt
Gillie
Kelly and Helen
29CCANNED surance protection accounted fo]r Kelly,
GRITS, 5 Ib : 43% of the amount purchased las Sunday visitors were the Zanco David Allred, Elsie Porter, Donna

. .,.-- CABBAGE ,. Ib. : : ?C year, compared with 40% in tKi, and Rogers families, Linwood Dalton Janie Smith David Smith,
, -
earlier study. Policies for $25,001(0 Watts and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Porter, Sherrie Hall, Del-
27 or more showed an even sharpe:]r Olive Cloyd, all of Tallahassee. lie
Porter
BISCUITS I 3 for. C JUICY .. 2 5 increase, from 26% to 32%. Ordinary Causseaux, Rickey Taylor, Sandy
LEMONS Doz. c I policies for less than $10,001(0 Polly Porter, Dallas ,
--- ---...... ,: MEDART NEWS Porter
' DANDY GROUND ,i dropped from 34% to 25%. Shirley Porter, EyvonneRevells.
Americans who bought insur. By JOHN PIGOTT Mitcheal Taylor, Mary
C
99
;, SAUSAGE 3 Ibs. .. 19c ance last year are paying for 51'7(' Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Posey Louise Porter, Esther Nichol.
: BANANAS 2 of it on various monthly plans
I>- "-" ., .'and Tom Posey went to Charleston Elaine Taylro, Joe Ann Reveiic,
'
compared with 36% in 1956. Annual
CAMPBELLS "-" ; South Carolina, to visit their Samuel Porter, Chintia Porter, Jan
.23 semi-annual and
I TOMATO SOUP, 2 cans CHARPS303 BAKING premiums all declined-from 32%Ysister]f Miss .Emily Tucker, and Allred, Margaret Barwick, Minnie

>, :.. STEWING HEN Ib. : 29C 9% and 23% respectively to 28%family. Porter, Ira Taylor, Shirley Porter,
'
CAN and 15%. Jean Allen, Grandma Minnie
.,.-- I 6% Mrs. Kathryn Brown and chil-. ,
: 23 dren of Kosciusko Mississippi, returned -, Shelia Porter, Grandma Tex,
: CORN 2for . ALL MEAT'srE '
F 1 Yvonne Barwick, Lucile Allen, Carlos
... 59cREGULAR home after visiting his par-
.
: W BEEF Itb.. ICI'rJ' ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McLaugh.'' Allen Mary Lee Porter, Inez

,. -. I lin. > Allred. Dale Porter, Louise Caos-

LEANGROUND ", tw f& Mrs. Lois Pigott visited her seaux, Paul Cauweaux, Darkae Re
( /pwMI b y Sherry r ra
'4'7C mother in Pelham, Ga., over the yells, Sybell Porter.
BEEF lb.
r' TEA SPECIAL : weekend.Mr. The Woman's Club will have
-a.
k- .' i iIt and Mrs. A. L. Linton went their Saturday night supper on

r r \/VVAAAAAAAVAAAAAAAVvvUZIANNE ALL MEAT '? i7OCWWw .f .x by plane to Kokomo, Indiana to August 3rd at the Panacea Wom

: WEINERS 1 12 oz pkg. ". 4 N t .r. 4 visit friends for a few days. an's Club Building. This will be

= : '; .. Mrs. Lawrence Roudin and Rob- at 6:30 P.M. Admission for adoHs

: [ 69c bie of Perry visited relatives here will be $1.00 and for hHdren fifty
cents.
Slab .39CI last Sunday.
BACON lb.
._ Billy Tully was honored on his The menu will be as follows:

100 FLOW TEA BAGS + 10th birthday with a swimming! Country fried steak
;y.M Mashed
f party at Mashes Sand. potatoes

l 12 FAMILY SIZE, TEA BAGS' 29cSTORE Sliced BACON Ib .. .45c Mrs. Winnie Council and son, of Green Deviled beans eggs

-.. Tallahassee, and LaRue Pigott of
.
jI 1"1 Shadeville Sunday with Tossed salad or sliced tomatoes
lit CHICKEN-OS. EA spent
Pickles
and olive

-. HOURS- TUNA . Z9C'I Steve Pigott. Hot rolls and butter '

I>.- Fruit cobbler or pound cake
A.M.-8P.M.
: 7 '
PACK ., SERVICECASTLE Tea or coffee

L: MONDAYTHROUGH.WEDNESDAY.r. .-. RITZ CRACKERS 29c AFB, Calif. Staff Kelly. Strickland the y tmg.
f .J' '.."' i Sergeant William D. Nesbit of granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
CLOSE NOON THURSDAY7AJH. : ""'" I ... _
...... I -""' :- Empire, Ore., has arrived here for B. W. Becton celebrated her first

:. .- Pal(. STATINE CLEANER assignment with a Strategic Air birthday on July 15th.

, '. ..'. : FRIDAYSATURDAY' PINE OIL I % Fx i Command"unit.Sergeant .
29ci F a Nesbit, a flight train- Q. Should the average

ing equipment technician, formerlywas employee be concerned over
,
,0. i
# 4 rK stationed at McConnell AFB, an unfavorable balance of

:; ; Kan.The sergeant, son of. .Mr. and payments A. Not only situation the ?employeebut

I&J Super Market seems to me that when Mrs. L. D. Nesbit of 167 Hull St., every American re-
"sportive" is mentioned in fall Empire, is a graduate of Weed gardless of his economic
fashions, nothing is more typical status-should be concerned
'
than this bulky-looking (N.M.) High School
r overblouse dress by R&K. His wife, Shirley, is the daughter since the nation's weli4>eing

1', Weightless? Almost be- of W: D.' Bowen of Rt'.1, is adversely affected by an unfavorable -
.
the looped wool is light balance of
SOPCHOPPY, FLORIDA cause Crawfordville,.Fla. payments.gliizatiQn. _
and
porous.. .. .

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