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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'Yolumn 66 Number I I CRAWFORDVI LLE, FLORIDA. Thursday, January, 1965 3232t Pnce. I 10c pe Copy


I WAKULLA SEEN ON BARGE "

Ig.. LINE BY TOM ADAMS 1t

Completion of the Cross-1 I

Florida Barge Canal and extension
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tint '1 of the Florida Intracoastal

-P Waterway from Tampa Bay to

,- SL Marks would put Wakulla

County on s main highway of

barge traffic.Secretary of State

Tom Adams said last night.

Speaking at the annual Wa +

bulls County Chamber of Com

: merce installation banquet, Adams .
said construction of the

cross-state canal and the projected

Intracoastal link! "could

very well put Wakulla Countyon
." ...
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the mainstream of commerce
.4 t between the industrial -
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," +Vk':, centers of the Eastern seaboard : & i :

: anti the agricultural and manu

jjt facturing centers of the Mid.
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,.
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.,.. ........ ". : west.

N44w u. N "d ,'.:.:- -_. The canal is under construction !
The President\ recommended 'We'

-- :7- $60,000 in the budget for the

iii: : year beginning July 1, to plan t
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._ the extension of the Intracoastal -
NEWT CULBREATH, FOURTH FROM LEFT, PRESENTS A CHECK FOR $500 TO DAVE COLLINGS
.(I. \ .. Waterway BAND DIRECTOR AT CRAWFORDVILLE SCHOOL. FROM WAKULLA CAMP #476 W. O.W. SHOWN
.rr-.w...... .rw..rr.r..rrw.-ac -- .. Adams said Florida's potential ALSO ARE FROM LEFT, ALBERT MOORE, E. C. FERRELL, MRS. CULBREATH, MOODY PEARCE
IZJZ.iU1.: :.fI'........' ,,... .. Is unequalled among the 50 AND J. M. CWINN. IN THE BACKGROUND IS THE CRAWFORDVILLE SCHOOL BAND WHO ARE
_. states He cited natural resour- RAISING MONEY FOR UNIFORMS. THE $500 CHECK WENT INTO THE UNIFORM FUND.

,..l.JEf.u. .. .. .*'; \ :. 'L. Gees, recreation climate and
historical sites. FLORIDA FOREST AN OPEN LETTER TO CRAWFORDVILLE BAND
T n'7"f.. ;. '. Florida's resources today support SERVICE REPORTS THE EDITORs GETS $500 CHECK II I

... a population of nearly 5.5 I
.' To the Offlcen and Members
7'Y' 'I l ,
million plus more than 13 mil. More than one and one- The Wakulla Camp 476
Wakulla 476 WOWi
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he said half billion tree seedlings Camp W.O.W. presented Mr. Dave
THE BODY OF HON. J. EDWIN LARSON LEAVES THE CAPITOL TUESDAY AFTER LYING IN lion tourists annually, have been planted In Florida This letter of appreciationis Collings, Crawfordvllle Band
and within the next 12
IN THE ROTUNDA OF THE CAPITOL. GOVERNOR HAYDON BURNS SECRETARY OF years
STATE 1928 Director with check for
since according to figures a very small way of saying a
STATE TOM ADAMS AND CABINET OFFICERS, ALSO SUPREME COURT JUSTICES, FOLLOW BE- will be expected to support released today by the "Thank You! The contribu- $500.00 Monday at the
HIND. HONOR GUARD WAS COMPOSED OF TWO NATIONAL GUARD MEN, TWO STATE CON- more than I million residentsand Florida Forest Service. tion your group has made to school.
SERVATION OFFICERS AND TWO FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROLMEN. upward of 20 nulUon} tourists
The information comes from our band is a representationof Mr. Newt Culbreath, who
a year. the annual "Summary of the love, interest and support has served as financial secretary -
FISHING REEFS SOPCHOPPY NEWS Fred L Kelghtley was instal-- Seedlings Planted: by Counties that has helped guide us since 1914, presentedthe
READY IN COUNTY led as president in s ceremony 196364." The report has a from the first struggling days check to Mr. Collings.The .
By Louise C. Sapp conducted by Adams. He succeeds breakdown of the number of when becoming a band was local W.O.W. Camp
dh Reports received from the Mrs. Minnie Williams of W. J. Redfera Other tree seedlings planted in each just a vision. hasbeen reactivated with the
two fishing reefs that have Pensacola is spending a few newly installed officers art Florida county by forest Industries Now the vision is about to following officers Council
- been established in Wakulla days with her sister, Mrs. Bernard Wilson vice press private landowners, become a reality" Crawford- Commander, G. W. Tullyi
County Indicate that fishing Bert Roddenberry.Mr. dent; John Pigott secretaryand and on the national and state villa is on the verge of havinga Advisor, Lt ;Albert Moore
will be good in Apr!}and May Cecil Wright, treasurer. forests. The grand total is very fine band program, Banker, J. M.; Cwln Escort: ,
with excellent fishing laterin and Mrs. Walter The some 100 guests Included 1,542,220,308. More than because the people of the Moody Pearce)Watchman, E.
the summer. Harms, Mrs. Annie Harms members and wives of the 90% of the seedlings were community have given the C. Ferrell, Jr. | and Sentry,
The reefs not officiallynamed and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chamber and the Wakulla Florida versatile slash pine. support necessary. Sam Smith.
but now being called Brown attended the Camellia County Junior Chamber. Tree planting in Florida Is Al many of you know, the The money will go Into the
the Ochloclmee Reef and the Show and dedication of the normally carried on In the Band Booster's Club and the uniform fund.
Piney Island Reef have had alter Seal Rehabilitation months of December to February Band students have been fer- He said the fund now has
some 8,000 tires droppedsince Center in Tallahassee on Sun This report does not vently working this pasfyear reached slightly over fifteen
they were started. day afternoon. TRAFFIC JAM AT SEEPING Include trees being planted on money for band uniforms. hundred dollars.
The Ochlocknee Reef is located 12-HOUR RACE this winter which will add an This is quite an expense when
at the mouth of the I Mr. Alfonso Grant of St. estimated 75 million. you consider that each coat
Ochlocknee River and is in Petersburg was a recent visitor With more than two monthsto Counties leading in numberof costs approximately 4000.
about 30 feet of water, while I to his sister, Mrs. Alcona go organizers of the famed trees planted during last When our total band program
the PIney Island Reef is 2 Berry and other relatives here Sebring 12-Hour Endurance year's 1963-64 season were enrollment, 52 pupils, becomes SENIORS SET WORK DAY
miles northeast of the mouthof and in Tallahassee. Race running here Saturday, Bay County with more than multiplied by $40.00
the Bay and is in 15 feet March 27th, face the gigantic 10 million, Walton with the total is $2,080.00.At The rehearsals for the Senior
of water. Both locations are Mr. Franklin Jones visited problem of keeping the more than million. Escam- present time we have Class play, "Pride and Prejudice
accessible by small boats. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. whole wide world of automobile bia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa approximately $1,500.00.This currently under
These fish havens were developed Frank Jones over the weekend.Mr. manufacturers happy. and Levy each planted morethan Includes the contributionof way. The play Is scheduledfor
through the effortsof Such lathe international renown 3 million last season. $500.00 given us by Wak- March 5, 1965, at 8:00
Larson the Wakulla County Development I S. W. Revell returned of the Sebring enduro In the grand totals recorded ulla Camp476W.O.W. P.M. Since the play is set
J Edwin Authority, Boardof home from the Tallahassee that more than thirty of these since 1928 when Florida Our heartfelt thanks go out in the eighteenth century,
County Commissioners and Memorial Hospital. manufacturers and builders of began its Intensive reforesta- to these men and we hereby the costumes are going to be
RODEO SCHEDULED the State Board of Conserva- the fastest road racing cars tion program, Taylor County pledge ourselves to be worthyof as authentic as possible.In .
IN KISSIMMEE tion. The first drops were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Revell of in the world have asked for leads with more than 78 million their trust, love and sup order to finance the costumes -
made in October and three Tallahassee visited Mrs. Mae starting positions for the race trees planted to date. port. a work day has been
KIssimmee Number 35 in Santa Rosa and Walton Counties set for Saturday, January 30,
weeks later it was found that Lawhon and Miss Hattie Mae that coven more than one Sincerely,
seriesof rodeos going back to barnacles were beginning to Lawhon Saturday afternoon. thousand miles and requiresthe are close behind, plant- /./ Dave Collings, 1965. Do you need someoneto
1944 is scheduled here February -. form on them. Underwater skillfull hands and minds Ing 77 and 76 million, re- Band Director rake your yard, wash your
l9-20-21bythe famous surveys show that fish are already Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Roberts of those who make up the se spectively.More car, windows, or dishes,
Silver Spun Riding Club. using the reefs for a daughters, Deli and fraternity of speed kings. than 91 million trees type, baby-sit, run an errand,
The non-profit Institution housing project.It Dawn, of Tallahassee, were With the teams requesting were planted in Florida last SPOTLIGHT ON put up groceries, iron, or
(practically all the workers is expected that such fish the dinner guests of Mrs. Del- slots for approximately three season. The all-tlm record SPORTSMANSHIPincooperationwith clean your house? If you
are volunteers, only cowboys White Trout, Cabio, Grou- ma Roberts and Miss June to eight cars to a team, race was established during the would like one of the above
receiving payment)now ownsa per, Speckled Trout and others Roberts Sunday. officials are faced with the 1958-59 season wl*>: 197 the Florida jobs or any other job done,
plant, valued $150,000and will be caught off the dilemma of cutting out a million trees were set- \ High School Activities please contactoneof the following -
paid for by profits from reefs. Miss Mattie Revell was Ford CT, denying a Ferrari Most of the trees p i2Ba"* Association, Crawfordville before Saturday
earlier rodeos. The Arena is With the approach of the admitted to the Carrabelle starting space or holding to a are produced and sold at cote School will be participatingin Crawfordville Ann Moore,
located midway between Kls- spring and summer fishing Community Hospital Wednes- minimum the requests from from Florida Forest Service a Spotlight on Sportsmanship WA 6-3978, or Sandra Harper
.1 1 m m e e and St. Cloud on additional re ports will be day evening. other manufacturers. nurseries, but several of the program. Special activities WA 6-3412) Wakulla -
441.
U. S. Highway made so that anglers.will Contrary to some other of state's large paper companies will be conducted on Virginia Tlmmons, 224-
This year's rodeo performance have some idea regarding Miss Linda Roddenberry the road races the Sebring also have nurseries. January 29, 1965, "as a 7893; Ivan LIla Strickland,
) are scheduled at 2:30 what to expect at these spots. spent the weekend at home 12-FiourEndurance Race LOUIE means of focusing.the attention WA 6-5163; St. MarksJoan
P.M. dally. In addition, with her parents, Mr. and starting at 10.00 A.M. and NAVAL THOMAS EXERCISE PART OF of the students and the Cotton, 566j; Medart Con-
the Klssimmee Valley Livestock Mrs. Ernest Roddenberry. finishing at 10:00 P.M. Saturday general public on the sportsmanship nie White, WA 65133.On .
and Osc tola
Show I' CAPT,SCHLEY SECRETARYOF Linda is Interning in the library March 27th, is open USSForrestal and citizenship aspects Saturday, phone the
Fair will be (CVA-59)
County underway in a school at Panama
COUNCIL of the school WA 6-
ADVISORY only to manufacturers and Intencholastlcprogram" for workers,
FHTNC 13
February 16-21 at the adjacent City. ( ) Jan. Machin-
builders of can approved by 3641.
ist's
/ Mate Third Class Louie
Kissimmee Valley where Livestock Tallahassee, January 19 Mn. Raymond Revell is the F.I.A. Only those entries M. Thpmas USN, son of Mr. Objectives of this programare Remuneration will be 50 Pavilion, some CaptainW.S. Schley of Pan- approved by the manu- and Mrs. to understand ((1)) That per hour with a $1.00 mini-
of Florida1 finest cattle will visiting her mother and other : J. L. Thomas of
acea was elected Secretaryof relatives In Pensacola. I facturers themselves are acceptable Panacea, Fla. participated wholesome competition i I. mum, except for special prices -
be on exhibit. the Fort San Marcos Historic for entry. 6-15 the cornerstone of a frees on special jobs. Persons
in
January an amphibious -
Admission prices are AU being Memorial Advisory Bench social Sebring, only road race In landing operation calledMEDLANDEX165while competitive society)((2))That are expected to furnish nec-
changed this year. seats Council: last week. the United States countingnot the otherteam is your worthy essary tools or equipment.
the visitor in last serving
with
are being reserved, Mayor James T. Ward was Sopchoppy only for manufacturers aboard the attack air- opponent] not your deadly
cheapest ones selling for previously named Chairmanof week. points but also points for the craft carrier USS Forrestal. enemy]((3)) That athletic opponents
$1.00 (both adults.nd.child-I the Council. should be
Captain lee Challenge Mondial Trophy treated with
We Beno The exercise, which took
ran pay the same), and the is President of the are happy Paris not disdain BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
In
each
Schley awarded year courtesy, : ((4))
the beaches of Porto
for Hodge home and to know he place on
moat expensive will!
$3.00,1 I Panacea Chamber of Commerce France ((1964-Ferrari) Scudo and Teulada That game officials should
except for box seats which I' } Wakulla County Director improving from a long several ill- ,I again bring to the auto road Sardinia, was Cape conducted to, be treated as your guests (5)) and Mrs. Hall Whaley
cost somewhat more. Practically i of Civil Defense} and ness. spent racing enthusiast only the give both Marine and fleet That games are, after all, announce the birth of a baby
all the 7000 seats are fa head of the Big Bend Coast weeks in the Tallahassee'Memorial best of high speed can and units training in conductingfull designed to determine the relative daughter, born January 17th,
under shelter. Auxiliary Operational Unit. Hospital. more than two hundred of the scale amphibious skills of teams In athletic weighed 8 pounds,'11 ounces.
Attending the meeting were worlds' best driven operations contests and are not TheWhaleysare former residents -
I State Parks Director N. E. During the live firing exercise matters of life and death ((6)) of Crawfordville, but
MURRAYMcIAUCHUN I Miller and his Administrative Marines landed from That respect for the rules of now live at Punta Cords, Fla.
BAND BOOSTERS
MAKES DEAN'S PST Assistant Doug lass Strick- MEETING TUESDAY NEW REAL ESTATE OFFICE ships and helicopters. In the the game is essential ((7))
land. Miller presented plans OPENED BY HENRY helicopter landing phase, That the Inherent values are
Murray McLaughlin, a senior to the Council: for the future WILLIAMS called vertical envelopment, in playing the game ((8)) Thata
There will be of
at Florida State University development of this Historic the CrswfordvilleBand a meeting Boosters Marines are flown over and true sportsman is humbleIn WOMANS CLUB MEETING

was placed on the Dean's'' Memorial. Club Tuesday night, February Henry William, recently behind enemy lines to cut off victory and steadfast In
List for the fall defeat.
trimester ending supplies and reinforcements. The
2. retired from the U.S. Navy, regular monthly meeting -
in Detember. Murray is has real Training operations of thistype Student Council will be of the Crawfordville
The meeting will be heldat opened a general estate Wo-
majoring in Political Science Folks uaed to worry because the school house starting office: at his home on St. are conducted periodically leading the activities. There mans Club will be held Tues-
and History and achieved a they couldn't\ take it with, at 7t30 P.M. Marks Road. Henry is the by units of the Sixth will be a special assembly day night, February 2, at the
3.25 average. He is the son Fleet in the Mediterraneanto Friday closing with a pep ral, clubhouse
them. In today's tax climate All numbers are urged tc son of Mn. Gladys Williams at 8.00P.M.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McLaughlin attend business St. Marks Road. He will insure the combat readiness ly.: A basketball game at All members
their only worry Is whether it I es very Important are urged to
of Medart Apalachicola will Culminatethe '
and of all elements of the
mar- attend
will be discussed. deal In homes, acreage, waterfront this important meet-
will Jut as long as they do. activities of the
ried to the former Janett Russ. lots In the area. Navy-Marine Corp team. day. Ing. _



I t IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES REAL ; \ I


9 WAX ULLA COUNTY NEW EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE: THE SECOND JUDICIAL Competent Man or Woman ,

Thursday, January 28, 1965 I Amazing CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN wanted In area covered by Homes -
new liquid plastic
AND FOR WAKULLA fill
this to own,
coating used all ol newspaper
on types
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. and collect from coin operated !
surfaces interior or exterior. :
Eliminates when NO. 1293. nut and candy machines : .
waxing applied HENRY !
on Asphalt Tile LEWIS STATE BANK, a Florida May be hand led part time !::
WAKULLA Vinyl, REALTY
Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, Banking Corporation, along with present occupa :
COUNTY NEWS Hard Wood, and Furniture. Plaintiff, tion. ((8 to 12 hours weekly.) Phone 741

Completely eliminates paint- -,.- $900.00 capital required.Could St.

TelephoneAlnutM30l ing when applied to Wood, TED E. PHILLIPS and FRAN- be built into full time
Metal, or Concrete surfaces. CES A. PHILLIPS, his wife, operation. Liberal credit '
This finish is also recom- expansion plan for those who :
mended for boats and automobiles Defendants. can qualify. For local Inter-

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE view write INTERSTATE If you go
Virginia KlMIjr Edit. MERCHANDISERS, Rochester clenched
a
NO COMPETITIONAs Minn.ltp128 .
hemp ,
put \ : :
Fred Keightley Publish* these are exclusive formulas Notice is given that ever
in demand by all busi- the undersigned, Moody
Entered at Crawfordville, Florida nesses, industry and homes.No Pearce, Clerk of the Circuit :
franchise fee. Minimum Court of Wakulla County, :
second claw matter, Subwrl : ; ) :
at investment $7,000. Investment Florida, will on the 29th day
tinn rate: $3.00 per year, is secured by in- of January, 1965, at 11:00 A,
M. at the front door of the
trained
ventory. Factory
personnel will help set up Wakulla County Courthouseat I
your business.For Crawfordville, Florida,offer I
details for sale and sell at public
complete and f Y.h I
descriptive literature write outcry to the highest bidder
4f! If" CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT for cash, the following des-

CORP. 1828 Locust, St. I cribed property situate in
Wakulla County, Florida, to- )
Louis 3, Mo. t
.41' 14t1123.RECISTRATION. wit! 1 IIwv
Begin at the southeast cor-
J
0 0 '0 ner of that certain tract
: OF
of land to R.
conveyed
FICTITIOUS NAMES R. McKlnnon and Loretta ;

We the undersigned, being T. McKlnnon by JohnE.

duly sworn, do hereby declare Cray, et ux by deed
under oath that the I dated February '18, 1952
_
.n. names of all persons Interested and recorded on page 233- ; ,

If You Need. in the business or profession 234 of Deed Book 41 of ;
carried on under the the public records of Wa- .- .c.------- I ;
e OfficeSuppliesHusiness name of St. Marks ConcreteCo. kulla County, Florida, IT'S rOB TilE HIRDV! Maybe a sweep of '
e Machines at St. Marks, Florida, and run North along the so-but its the latest in model arches, and I
e Office Furniture and the extent of the interestof east boundary line of said design and construction This outside wall i
each, lias follows Name tract the distance of 110 new steel cage, as ingeniously able* an ; iI
Set or Call light and flighty as its tenants, vmvl-(.oated I
Maples Concrete Products feet to the point of begin- draped from
birds at Washington
RANEY WHALEYat Co. Inc. | Extent of Interest ning. From said point of is D.C for.'.the National Zoo. It's for the buds in !

100%. beginning continue North bn'd-lovers, too,who will he able comforts
Ill James N. Maples. along the east boundaryof to go right into the cage by way heated \ i
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT President said tract of land 100 of a foot bridge and entry room nannies
CO. State of Florida feet, thence run West at Cables soar from an 8): -foot artificial : ; ;
central steel mast nut to of the cage.
right angles with the east- plate
of Wakulla
319 South Adams StCorner County
E PeniacolaTALLAHASSEE. Sworn to and subscribed before ern boundary line of laid
this 11th of land the distance of 80 ) '
FLORIDALEON me day Jan-
A.D. 1965. feet,. thence run South
uary Ill, Moody Pearce I parallel with the eastern DANISH TIP FOR HOLIDAY
boundary line of the above
Clerk Circuit Court
mentioned tract of land !
Wakulla County the distance of 100 feet, Yer
ohnie Llmbaugh
Byl thence run East parallel
Deputy Clerk with the southern bound-

1-14.21.28.3-4., ary line of the above mentioned I i:
I tract of land 80
44 t '
h feet to the point of beginning !

being in Lot 115
of Hartsfield Survey of
FOR SALE 2 HollywoodBeds Lands in-Wakulla County,
I Complete, 1 springs and Florida. It Is the inten-
mattress for double bed, 1 tion of the grantors to
combination radio and record convey the north 100 feet :
player, 2 occasional chain of the above mentionedtract
-- .- --. _. --.- 1 Zenith radio. Call WA& of land. ( )

3041. pursuant to final d e c re e of STORY"I

SEPTIC TANK foreclosure entered January
SERVICR. 12, 1965, in the above styl- (
HELP WANTED FEMALEi ed case pending In said Court,
-
Clean OutRepair Interviewer wanted for part- Docket No. 3. )
; time telephone survey work. /Moody Pearce
Give phone number and
New flyi Johnie Limbaugh,
Installation county. Prefer private line. Deputy Clerk Take a tip from the best of Denmaik'i pastry ;
The Best For Less Not a selling job. Air mail MOODY PEARCE pastry cooks ate among the best in the world! ( ,
letter including education, Clerk of Circuit Courtof Christmas log succulent meat loaf wrapped in !: \ .
Telephone work experience and names Wakulla County, Florid. to serve hot 01 cold with a welcoming beverage
American hospitable season of the year. Denmark's
of references toi
Tallahassee 877.1773 Field Staff John D. Buchanan, Jr., of makes the festive difference in this Christmas
after 6-00: pm. Research Bureau, Beltsville MOORE C HENDERSONLewis Blue Cheese, tangy and zestful, flavors both
Department, State Bank BuildingP.
Maryland. __ We predict you'll want to use the flavorful
O. Box 986 alone, too. Cut out savory wafers, in diamonds ( ;
Tallahassee, Florida Christmas shapes, and bake plain or sprinkled
Attorneys for Plaintiff sesame seed, to seive all through the holiday
It121.SALESMAN.
CLARK'SS80P Dees Barber ShopFOUR Danish Blue Pastry
4 ounces ((1 cup crumbled) 4 ounces (tcup)
Danish Blue Cheese 2 cups flour

& POINTS 1 WANTED *M Cut Danish Blue Cheese and butter into flour
Are you looking for a good or knives, gather into smooth ball, hill before \ I
part-time or full-time Income thick between sheets of waxed paper. Cut into .
EARLY AMERICANFRENCH BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 in Franklin Co. or part oven ((42V; V.) about 10 minutes.

" PROVINCIAL OPEN TIL Tallahassee? Many Raw- Quick Danish Blue Pantry

, VICTORIAN 8.00P.M. FRIDAYS leigh Dealers earn $2.50 and Pastry mix foi 2 ciust pie 4 ounces ((1 cup )
, FURNITURE up per hour. See D. C. Liquid in directed Danish Blue
CradyWhitfield Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd. Tal
Cut Danish Blue Cheese into pastry mix with
Harold Bales Herschel Cook lahassee, or write Rawleigh
' knives dit'ected. Chill roll
out cut
Phone 383-1222 prepare as ,
Dee Cook, Owner FA L 220 26,Memphis, Tenn.
'. 1901 N. Monroe St. 5tp1217,17,21,28,24.Tallahuae. Danish Blue !Meat Log I

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 1 recipe Danish Blue pastry, '. cup sour
above 1 tablespoon ('
2 pounds ground round or onion !
'. ::1 I ounces Danish Blue (heetc 1 egg
I
(*4 cup crumbled) "j teaspoon
i
i: Brown meat, stirring with folk. Pour off any I
Huslncm Firms meat, then combine with remaining ingredients
roll about 8 inches long. Roll chilled Danish <(<
either recipe) into a rectangle 12 x 15 inches I
roll in the pastry and trim the excess. Lay the
F.DIRECTOpJj baking sheet and tuck the ends of the pastry
from the pastry trimmings, moisten, and lay
H Brush pastry with beaten egg. Bake in a hot ( ;
25 minutes. Serve hot or cold, as main dish for
PalornlM Than Advtrtlncrs
more.
many
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CUDDLESOME TABBY-Leopard-spotted cotton terry bags. Cut patterns by widthsof
cloth is the magic ingredient for creating this easy-to- chair back and seat. Use 11
make toy Brilliant green buttons are used for eyes, anda layers of cotton batting for
real cat collar complete with bells circles his neck cushion. Machine quilt two Helpful household hints and recipes -
Free instructions from the National Cotton Council, pieces together for cushiontop Mrs Hartman
from
P O Box 12283, Memphis, Tennessee. and front of slip-on w M_ 10} ANGtlll Marjorie
cover. Use single pieces for Home SerVIce AdviserWE'RE
bottom and back. Add ruffles
and cushion ties.
'Chicken in the Baski-t' ha been a favorite tot years--now-
enjoy 'Chicken in a Bottle: Lunch box eating can nun have /
a gourmet touch. 'Chilian In j Bottle' is a hearty trial for IT.., $14 t MonH. $U
Florida 4-H'ers Sidelights those who carry their lunch. We suggest serving the cold 1 Manlhi $6 Lfj"1M FLORIDA
Enjoy ... .,.., ..
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fried chicken with potato salad. They tan both he canned in CN Mill 4> ii .<.
I 5.m It I witk r w chick CORPORAt'IONI
the same vacuum bottle if you put them -ipaicU' polyethylene ....., .
bags before packing Trim chicken to lit using Th< chma.S rrfcr t.5aim: "..1'.. .. .. ...., ....'... _" ...._ r_.
Of National ......,
in ChicagoAn salad second 0. NwMawl.
shears buTht'y'll stay
i Congress poultry place potato in / bottle ... M.... 01111PS
temptingly cold in the new Tluimos" wide mouth \
Use it, too, for carrying chili, chowders and ,It'\\ and your 15 i
evening at the rodeo dur choice of beverage-hot ing the International Live Stock screws into the glass tiller su thue will never be any annoy-
Exposition and another of dane ing leakage
ing at the Aragon Ballroom were 9.i\
two bright sidelights of an exciting f1' :
trip for Florida teenagers -... 1 I
to the 43rd National 411 Club
Congress held recently at the 1Ii t. THE GUN!
Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago. 4 I 1 JUMPING
I Four young H'ers won
Lamb Mill Lamb.rl DyLas Mill Ellis
expense-paid trips to the congress
as state winners in their hibit his animals The Moorman Miami 4.H Club.
club projects. A fifth boy shared Mfg. Co, donated his trip. His other club CO.
top state honors. Lamb also has raised nine activities in. On FEB. 4th AlfORD CHEVROLET
Trip winners include: Brenda steers and eight cows and has ,elude the homegrounds ,
Lambert, 16, and David Lamb, cultivated six acres of corn in improvement i
I 16, both of Cantonment; Jamie 411 piograms His parents Mr. I ,Ear:: .
I Ellis, 17 Pensacola; and Travis and Mrs. C. C Lamb, are club dening and flow Will Reach Its 40th Year Of Progress
I Dykes 16 Marianna. Larry Rod leaders er growing projects '.....
IS South Miami, was presentedwith Miss Ellis, one of Florida's Rod, a student _
I a handsome certificate recognizing leadership winners, has partici- at Bel-
his leadership in 4.H. pated in 204 projects in the'haven College Rolf .
I I Miss Lambert, food preserva leadership progiam The Sears: is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman THANK YOU for
I tion winner, has canned more Roebuck Foundation awardedher Roff WE
than 2,000 jars of produce during a trip to the congiess Dykes has cultivated 11 acres .
six years of project work. Three terms as president of ol corn two acres of soy beans
II She also has frozen more than her club and two years as vice and completed two tractor proj
I 1,500 packages of meat and produce president and county delegate ects in six years project work
given demonstrations and :are Included in Miss Ellis' 411 State winner in the field crops MAKING THIS POSSIBLE
I, shown at local and county Canning activities She also has servedas program, he estimates crops
I exhibits. assistant leader at 411 camp earnings at $1893
According to Miss Lambert, and has received the Florida As a 4II'er Dykes says he has
I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Key Award and the Langley learned how to select and prepare -' 1d / R
I Louis Lambert, "home canningis Bell Award. land and how to determinethe "
one of the most satisfying and A student at Pensacola Junior amount of seed and fer ,
economical methods of preserving College she says she has learned tilizer necessary to produce a : ::
food." Her Chicago host was many skills and developed self good crop lie also has gained Mali ; f J
the Kerr Glass Manufacturing confidence in 4.11 work. Her self-confidence from demonstrations .... t cis wASa
Corporation. parents are Mr. and Mrs A Cary and exhibits. .. \ '
Lamb, state winner In the Ellis, Dykes, the,son of Mr. and Mrs. ljti
swine program has raised 85 Roll also a leadership winner James Dykes was the guest of
head in six years of project has supervised 23 boys during Arcadian Products Department 'I t't.;
work In 411 he has learned two years of project work. lie Allied Chemical Corporation. /
the South during his congress trip.WHEN aLIOAD
how to feed care for and ex- also helped organize Lrs.
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SET BY I p- Flypo&I I WAKULLA COUNTY NEW8 "
I APPOINTEES NAMED FEA OVERVIEW Have you met Fred 4 ,
FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE TO ACADEMIES : He's of a new What's new in model car Thursday. January 28. 1965
f f The educational tasks assume eeeriee of melak is by Monogram I' kits Two different ..Ferraris ,.
Explaining how to thin a <\..by Florida's school Models, Inc. and he'll be t and "Woody Wagon" that's I
1 have vastly what. Monogram has the''Fer- Have you tried eraser paintIng -
with new
program grown turning up a person-
\ both In size and scope In recent ality each time. In his first appearance rari 275P in 1/24 scale and the I ? Cut a design in a rubber
or gum eraser, dip the eraserin
years. he's Super Fuzz, a Ferrari 250 GTO/LM in 1/32
riding in his scale. And they're both avail- showcard paint and transferthe
The of Florida needto way-out policeman
people book
design to stationery,
either slot racing
supercharged rod prowl car. able in or
concern themselves with marks, waste baskets or any
Monogram versions. The ,
created for display wagon
Fred is being
producing quality education by Stan (The Mouse) I of course, is the 1930 Ford station thing else you want to decorate.
within the next decade. Miller, who paints those crazy wagon that's the favoriteof Remember that your print will
There is little question that cartoons on sweat shirts at custom California surfers. It'. in be in reverse, so cut letters or
continued progress of our civ- car shows. 1/24 scale and Is equipped with numerals backward.

ilization and the vigor of our I two surf boards. 1164 I e .
new Florida will depend primarily -
upon a real breakthrough -
to greatly increased
investments In quality educa
( ) tion. A high level of education -
pays substantial benefits -
not only to the individual,
but also to the great State of !

Florida. cfri11C"


presi-
I Markets, FEED GRAIN PROGRAM
| In Lake- RATES DESCRIBED a
lec te d a = 1 .
of di- .Farmers taking part in the .

Corp- 1965 feed grain program may ,..
get the top rate of paymenton
at a
the entire divert-
acreage
on Jan- ed into conserving uses if they L II

for of Florida twenty sign up and actually divert atleast4Opercentof ::::.-. a u
the farm'sfeedgralnbase
'* board of :=:rr
J. K. Moore,
been Flo-
I 1 Chairman, Agricultural Stabilization : =.
have a dir- .
and Conservation
growth 'and
Committee reminded '
32-coun- County ,
this elec- growers today. '
The key figures for estimating '
election of
diverted acres and diversion -
this all-
payments are 20, 40,
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I and 50 the Chairman explained. -

: .under The the minimum feed grain diversion WHICH HOUSE IS

I ; program is 20 percent of the
:. HELP feed grain base. The maximum -
: diversion is SO percentof
ALREADY OBSOLETE ?
; Jan. 26 the base. And there are
Commis- two diversion-payment rates.If .
Spes-, the grower signs up and _
throw ev- only the minimum a-
behind creage, his diversion pay-
addition- ment will be figured at the 2...: t
lower rate one fifth of the
l a pro county's total price -support ::::r::: J
: agi- .
'. freer rate (price-support loan plus I :
the state. the price-support payment). S' huh
Senator If the grower diverts between :
Gener 20 and 40 percent of :t::"': :
his base, the lower rate ap-
E. Hooks
plies to the minimum diversion =r
the sub-
and the higher rate to the "'
In the 1: !
balance diverted. The higher -
even more rate Is one-half the coun =:x: :
need for
la- ty's total support rate. =:t:....:
But If the grower signs up
; :x:=: :
and actually diverts at least
unless 40 percent of the base, the '
=:E"
is forth-I higher rate will apply to the
"our entire acreage diverted.
thou- ; *
Farmers signing up in both -
which the wheat and feed grain programs -
unhar- divert either feed -"
may ---

In Florida gram's grains orwheat substitution under Plan the, pro and They may look like twins, but one is already out of date.

levels of in this case'the diversion pay- One is a better buy today, a better value tomorrow Thjsone!
said. '
will be bisdd on'the:
labor force ments actual crop reduied. Under is the Medallion Home with Light for living$ dean, '

persons, this plan, any acreage' Credited tameless electric appliances and Full Housepower Wirincj.
,000 bar- to diversion from feed

two p-e- grains'' excess of the signed Full all the circuits outlets
Housepower Wiring gives you ,
i Intention would be1 i paid! format
entire the minimum feed grain diversion and switches you need for economical all-electric

j'9 as, the the rate. living. and for your growing number of appliances.In .
The feed for
I 1965 is basically grain the program same as the past ten years, the average Florida home has doubledthe

strongest at all In 1964. It is voluntary and number of kilowatt-hours it uses! This could
applies to com, grain sorghum -
of govern and barley. Partici- happen again in the next ten years. Without

I I critical for our pating farmers may qualityfor Full Housepower Wiring, you'd' have a

in diverted-acre paymentsand problem-rewiring can be expensive!
price-support payments,
( I Hol- and they will be eligible for @
I ] price-support loans on their Your best investment Is a Medallion Home.

\ Florida a smaller cl- corn ley.Chairman, grain sorghum and bar-

1 position Moore points out
: \ :; Wil- that signing up is a necessary rtln7/
1 a Ins t the first step in taking part in the
off-shore feed grain program. The CORPORATION
agriculture signup coven the period Feb-
tar-A.r
y on this ruary 8 through March 26, .
many sea- It will be held at the ASCS



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