Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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VOLUMN 66 NUMBER 26 'f .! I. CRAWFORDVIILE. FLORID _.t THURSDAY. FEBRUARY ::15. 196-i:; 32127 __ _Pr.ce. 10c Per Copy .



By Wayne Strickland and new booklet, "Answers to a
County Superintendent Advance
Jackie Braren payments again this Woman's Questions About SocialSrcurity"
of Public Instruction, Wil- year are now available to growers Is availableat
liam E. Whalcy, announced today Most of the band attended the signing up to participate in : now
Tallahassee Social Security
the -
... that two Wakulla County two concerts stF.S.U.last the feed grain program m Mr.
District Office Walter
... students, Barbara Jernigan and week. Some attended the mu- Moore, Chairman, Agricultural ,
David Roddcnbcrry, have been sic clinic last Saturday after Stabilization and Conservation Kehoe, social security district

awarded State Teacher Scholarships noon. County Committee, announced manager, announced today.

These scholarships are The band is getting ready for today. Similar payments were Written from the woman's r

for fouryears and recipients will contests which comes on April available under the 1964 pro- point of view, the booklet may

begin using them this fall. 3. The band has accepted an gram. however find wide readership

Barbara is the daughter of Mr. invitation to play for the cere- According to the Chairman, among the male population, as

and Mrs. Nelton Jernigan. Her monies at the opening of the the advance payment will represent well. For it provides answers to

paternal grandparents are Mr. new City Hall at St. Marks. one-half of the estimated questions such as "Can both a her workingwomancollect -

and Mrs. J. E. Jernigan of Eu- We have had band pictures taken total diversion payment to own

fala, Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. of the band for contests and be earned under the 1965 pro- retirement'benefit and also a -
full wife's benefit "If the
W. G. Hagler of Wakulla archer for the annual. About two gram. The rest of the diversion ; qi er.

maternal grandparents. She weeks ago we had the pleasureof payment and all of the husband of a working woman 1 f

was born January 23, 1947, and being led by Mr. Fred Boska, price-support payment earned based dies, can his she work be paid under anything social

has lived in Wakulla County her the band leader of Rickards, under the programwill be made on"
? and "Under what
entire life. She entered first who worked with us on our contest next fall.The security ; -
conditions the husband of
grade at the Crawfordville High music. 1965 feed grain program a 'v-
be bene-
School in the fall of 1953 and Our band this year plans to go again covers com, barley, and working fits?" woman paid

will graduate from the 12th to district and state contests. grain sorghum. Participants in
It also out that child-
grade June 3, 1965. One of our band students, the program may qualify for a ren of a working points woman can be r if'Panacea I
Barbara has always been act- Becky Bonyata, is leaving Friday payment for diversion, of eligi-
paid monthly benefits at her
ive in school activities. She I and the band will really ble cropland to approved con-
death if continue
even they
has served as President of the miss her. She plays clarinet and serving uses, and also fora
living with their fat her, and
Junior Honor Society, Secretary, has been in the band ever since price-support payment on the even if he is working.The .
Treasurer, Vice-President and Crawfordville started one. The normal production of the 1965
President of the Student Council band wishes Becky all the suc- feed grain acreage. They will provided nonworking security protection wives is

Cheerleader for four years, cess in the future. also be eligible for pricesupport described in a separate series
delegate! to the loans their
state conventionof on entire production -
the National Honor Society from the feed grain of questions and answers. There Sea Scout Charter Members are shown at their first meeting held last wtCfcit the Aloha

and delegate to Florida Science various contest and activities acreage. is also a section on the woman'srole Rcstaur.nt. They are, left to right, around table: Mark Stnbhng, Cecil Robinsont lnp Robinson -

Symposium. She demonstratedherartisticabilitywhenshe sponsored by the F.F.A. During Each farm has a total feed in the social security pro- W. B. Witt, Sea Scout adviser, Preston Robinson, Skipper, Hixon Thomas, HanJ.WTpJ Dan
as an employer of house-
par- his senior year he is serving grain I base, representing the hold gram help.Women ny Whctston and Paul Sauls. fy

ticipated In her Junior and Sen- President of the Student combined acreage of the three
have always had an
ior Class Plays andwhen she wona Council. feed grains grown on the farm.A important place I in the social LETTER TO THE EDITORDear
Superior Rating on Piano Soloat David has always been interested producer may divert one or 'tit
the State Music Festival. Her in athletics. He likes more of the feed grains, and security piogram, pointed .1 ,

honors include) Daughters the basketballandbaseball best but his diversion payment will be out, noting that a woman was Editor t, ,
the first in the
American Revolution Good Citizenship enjoys almost all sports. He ii based on the per-acre rate person country Please let me take this way of '; '!
receive social ,
Award, first place in especially Interested hunting, which applies to the grain di- to a monthly check 25 thanking these wonderful Wa- ?;

Science Fair for two years, Out- fishing, swimming and other verted. Minimum diversion un- security retirement But Kehoe said kulla County people for all they

standing Home Economics Stu- outdoor activities.His derthe program is 20 percent of years ago. have done for us during Bobby
need than fora
there is
dent Award, Scholastic Letter teachers consider him the total feed grain base; max- more. ever sickness and after his death. So ILl si
know about her
II -
for Academic Achievement for and He is imum diversion is 50 woman social
friendly intelligent. percent ol many have done so much (someI {]
three years, and STAR Student well liked In his community and the base or 25 acres if this Is security protection. do not even know the names r
Over million
chosen by the Chamber of Com- readily accepts responsibility.He more. women than are of) that I feel this is the best
merce. I has a good sense of humor While participation in the working today, more ever method to acknowledge these
before in Nine out
our history.
and always respects the rightsof 1965 feed grain program is voluntary of to acts of kindness and generosity
ten women can expect
others. Mr. Moore pointed out "Thank does-
saying you"
hold jobt..or work in their own ,just
David is active in his church.He the price-support payments and businesses i'. team. j.cl1rl/ en ..,is. Your
or professions during
is in active member ot the loans, as well as the diversion of their lifetimes and donations of food, money,

.s Sopchoppy Methodist Church.He payments, will be available only some credit part toward social blood, services, prayers and

is a member of M.Y. F. in to growers who sign up and earn benefits. Those who secur-are good wishes during Bobby'a sick-
his church. He takes an active carry out the program's provi- not working should know about ness meant more than I can say,
Interest and supports the various sions. wonderful
the have dependents and, what is so ,
protection they as -
activities of his church. Signup for the program start- or survivors I of the meant so very much to Bobby

David plans to enter Florida ed Feb. 8 and will continue breadwinner. t>s well. He said over and over

State University in September.He through March 26. family Copies of "Answers to a Woman "Now you see why love these i
has not definitely made up don't
's Questions About SocialSecurity" people so. They just
r his mind about his course of come like this anywhere else.
MRS. RALPH BROWN may be obtained by
study. He is presently leaning Then after Bobby's death your r
the social
toward Social Studies. He NAVED, CHAIRMANMrs. I writing I calling generosity continued in the same

states that he wants to have security district office, or you acts, plus the beautiful flowers,

time to gather information from Ralph Brown of Sop- may stop by and pick one up. sympathy cards, letters, and

many sources before he defin- choppy has been named chair- The Tallahassee Social Security telegrams; the contributions to
of the 1965 Memorial Office is located at 306 West
man Fund
decides his
itely on subjectarea. the two funds, and so many other
All of his friends in and Project of the Wakulla County Jefferson Street. The telephone forms of assistance. We will From left to right, Elizabeth Bennett played by Barbara Jern-

around kulla County are con- Unit of the American Cancer number Is 2223515. never be able to fully expressour Igan, Mary Bennett by Margaret Kittrell, and Jane Bennett by

fident that he will be successful Society. The announcement gratitude, but do want you Ann Moore. All are arrayed in their 18th century costumes
made Mrs. D. Turner to .mend the Ball in the Senior Play, "Pride and Pre-
in any academic i area he was by J. to know it has made our troublesand ready

,C may choose. 1965 president of the Unit. sorrows, and our great loss, judice'.

s RJ The State of Florida provides In accepting the chairman- EDUCATION PLANS easier to bear. I am sure you Have you vcr found yourself Mrs. Bennet, with Larry Lim-

1050 four-year scholarships forth ship, Mrs. Brown explained that will be blessed for having been faced with the problem of mar- baugh as her rather uncooperative -

.. preparation of teachers. the giving of donations to Society GOOD FOR AREAEducationa such a great blessing to us. rying off five daughters? This is husband. Mrs. Bennet's

Approximately 260 scholarships Memorial Funds was originated 1 opportunities in Sincerely, the task facing Mrs. Bonnet in five problems, or rather daugh-

are awarded each year to grad- a number of years ago Wakulla County were enhancedby Mrs. Bobby Russ C the play "Pride and Prejudice"to ters, arc Jane Bennet played by

uating high school seniors in among persons who wanted do recent developments reported Family be presented by the Senior Ann Moore, with Violet Lovettas

Florida. Scholarships are allocated something tangible as a tributeof by the Leon County School Class. To make matters worse, Lydia, Joan Cotten as Kitty

to each of Florida's sixty- respect in memory of a deceased Board.In Mrs. Bennet also has to cope Bennet, Margaret Kittrell

seven counties according to stu- relative or close friend. news stories this week, the with some uncooperative pros- Mary Bennet, and Barbara Jern-

dent enrollment In grades one Last year, here In Wakulla Leon Board approved an agreemcntwithWakulla MERIT SYSTEM pective sons-in-law and a cou- igan as the prejudiced Eliza-

through twelve.A County and throughout the County for a SEEKS WORKERS ple of scheming daughters.To beth Bennet.

high school senior desiringto State, according Mrs. Brown, cooperative library housing audiovisual find how such a problem The prospective husbands include -

ems compete for a Florida Teacher there has been an increasing and other instructional Tallahassee-Job opportunities would be solved, If you should Johnny Lynn as Charles

Scholarship must make trend among thoughtful citizens materials. in a variety of occupations were ever encounter the like, and to Bingley, Dennis Davis playing

written application through his and business firms, too, to send This Is an outgrowth of a project announced this week by Florida have the most enjoyable eveningof Captain Wickham, Billy Porter

local school system. He must contributions to the Society'sMemorial started two years ago with a Merit System Director Gerald your life, be sure to attend as William Collins, and Jerry

be recommended by three Fund, in the names grant of $5, 000 under the Nat- L. Howell. The announcement tills presentation March 5, at Pope ai the proud Fitzwilliams

members of the instructionalstaff of persons who died. State- ional Defense Education Act covering existing and anticipated 8:00 P.M. in the Crawfordville Darcey. John Porter playing

r of his high school. The wide, last year, the names of and an additional grant was received vacancies throughout Florida, High School Auditorium. Hill the butler, Virginia!

County Superintendent of Public more than 4,000 deceased per- recently. outlines the steps for admission Helping to solve this problem Timmonsas Darceys high class

Instruction must also approvethe sons were recorded on the Society' Also, a resolution was adopted examinations scheduled in 13 will be Pat Crawford playing aunt round out the cast.
Memorial Rolls.
applicant. The applicantthen by the Leon County School cities on March 6.
takes the State Scholarship The procedure for making a Board asking the State Board of Copies of the announcement
Examination in October at a donation in the name of a deceased -
Education the SchoolBoard's and information on the qualifications
the relative or friend to theMe KATHRYN STRICKLANDWINS
center designated by Super-
establishing a new Area are available at all Flo-
Everyone who knows Barbara intendent. If the applicant mortal Fund is quite simple, Vocational Technical Center. rida Employment Service Offices SPEAKING CONTEST Funeral services for Henry

agrees that she is a "Good Citi- makes the necessary qualifyingscore Mrs. Brown pointed out. This is in conjunction with the or from the Florida Merit ', Pelt, 77, who died Saturday,

zen". As well ai being academ- on the examination his Checks made payable to the plan of Lively Technical School System's Recruiting Section In'' Kathryn Strickland, daughterof February 13, at his residence at
name is placed on the eligibility American Cancer; Society may Mrs. Kenneth Strickland of
ically capable and active ir: being an Integral the facility.The Tallahassee. Crawfordville, were held Monday -
list for his home be sent directly to my home or Crawfordville was chosen win-
school affairs, she Is active in county. Amer- last session of the Legislature Employment opportunities are I at 3:00: P. M. at the Beulah
Names are placed on the eligibility to the Florida Division ner of the Wakulla County
religious affairs. She is an act- passed a Vocational particularly good for qualified Baptist Church of Crawfordvillewith
416 Tampa -
ive member of the Crawford- list according to applicants ican Cancer Society, Training school bill which was Secretaries and Stenogra Speaking Contest sponsored by the Rev. Emmett Whaleyand
the The Street, Tampa, the local A merle Post.
test. an
on Legion
ville Baptist Church. She serves scores 33602. designed provide this type facility now in demand by state Phers'l the Rev. Cortez White of-
Florida State Board of Educa- Students in the Crawfordville
as a church pianist and Counselor contributed is then for persons desiring i to in several Florida counties. ficiating.He .
The gift and schools
for Junior Girls Auxiliary. tion awards scholarships begin- learn skilled trades and who did salaries for Stenographers Sopchoppy partici- was a native and life long
of the recorded and placed In a per- with Anderson of
the pated Randy
Barbara plans to enter Stetson ning at top eligibility manent file. not desire to go to college. The from $232 to $360 per month i i resident of Wakulla County.

University for her college train- list.Florida's demands for technicians in Florida depending on experience,while Sopchoppy as runner-up. Survivors Include his wife, I-
An dignifiedcard
Teacher appropriate, for the contest the
Topic was
ing. She is thinking about majoring without mention of the in skilled and semiskilledfields Secretaries range from $285 to I delle Vause Pelt of Crawford-
"Constitution" and
dual the
in English but will makea It Program serves capable a purpose.studentsto amount of the gift, is then sent Is growing rapidly with $360 per month. The Merit I winners from, the judging two local yule one daughter, Mrs. ElsieB.

definite decision at a later enter encourages the teaching profession to the family of the deceased in the state'a Industrial growth. System is also recruiting appli- '' schools were: Bernard Wilson, Carlton of Perry a brother,
date. cations for Accountants in a salary I Charlie Pelt of Brandon; a sister -
of the donor.
and the of the name Charles Moore James
helps increase supply Taylorand
David is the of State Representative Mrs. Tessie Nichols of
son of $380 to $800 ,
teachers for our state school sys- The donor, in turn, receivesa range W. S. Schley, all of the
and Mrs. Ernest tax-deductible receipt which month, depending Memorial Post 114. Jacksonville; a half -brother,
Jake Pigott
tem. It is paramont importance -
Ellis Pelt of Crawfordville three
Roddenberry Sopchoppy. His tions.A quaufica-I ;
contribution has
to increase the supply of assures a The District Speakoff was held
maternal grandmother, M u. sampling of the half-sisters, Mrs. Nora Cox of
made and the will
Florida trained teachers for our been money OF THANKSWe Thursday night at the American
Drew Stalnaker also lives CARD the Merit Crawfordville Mrs. Elma Hard-
in in the Memorial Fund applicants sought by ,
state We are be placed Legion Home in Tallahassee. .
Sopchoppj. David was born Includes those for aman of Tampa, and Mrs. Ella
Soclety'.yearround System opportunities -
used the -
less than to be to support I Bernard Wilson Western Area
presently training one would like to take this
March 15, 1947. He has live d Cancer Con- in nursing, law enforcement Burt of Ohio agd one grand-
American Commander.
third the number needed for thank Legion
of to
in W a k u 11 a County his entire trol of research, opportunity everyone social work, engin- daughter of Perry.J. .
life. He has always attended replacements.The ucation programs and patient ed-// who was so thoughtful and con- eering, and counseling. Manyof A. Culley and Sons was in
State Scholarship siderate during the sickness and
Sopchoppy High S c h o o 1. He the listed jobs are at a begin- charge of arrangements.
were held in Wakulla death of our loved one, HenryC. NEW BEAUTY SHOP
entered first grade in 1953 and ning, trainee level, and offera
will graduate with the Class of County on October 20, 1964, GOSPEL SING "Jebb" Pelt.. The comfort- path of advancement duringthe OPENED HERE
under the direction of John S. words the amount of
1965 on June 2, 1965. ing great development of skills. Applicants -
David has always been inter- Braxton, General Supervisor of Comer Boy's Quartet of Moul- food, the beautiful flowers and selected for positions Mrs. Elaine Spears has opened VOHAN'S CLUB MEETINGThe

ested school community and Instruction, assisted by Edgar H. I trie, Georgia, will present a sympathy cards were all so covered by the announcementwill I her Beauty Shop in Crawford-

Religious affairs. During his Moorhead, County Coordinatorof Gospel Sing this Saturday night, greatly appreciated. receive liberal employ- ville. She Is in the old drug CrawfordviUe Woman'

years in high school he has held Guidance Services. Scholarships February 27th, at 7i30 P.M., May Cod bless each ahd everyone ment benefits, including vacations store building. The shop opens Club will ho Id the regular

various student offices. He has were awarded by the State at the Medart Assembly of God of you. and sick leave, group' Insurance at 9:00 A.M. Monday, Wednesday monthly meeting at the Club

served his F. F. A. Chapter as Board of Education at its regular Church.: No admission will bt .The H. C. Pelt Family privilege and paid hol- Thursday, Friday and Saturday House March 2nd.1 Everyone is

eporter and Vice-President fortwo meeting February, 1965. charged.' The public is invited idays. and closed all day''Tues-k 'urged to attend.

years. He fat participated to attend. I day. .


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Thursday, February Amazing new liquid plastic START A RAWLEICH BUSINESS OP LORIDA IN AND FOR
coating used on all types of Real opportunity now AKULLA COUNTY IN l For Ddail in :3 U) Ii
surfaces interior ,
or exterior. CHANCERY NO. 1318
I Eliminates for permanent, profitablework
1 in Franklin Co. or Taylor
pliedonAsphalt Tile, Vinyl, Co. Write Rawleigh FA AND LOAN ASSOCIATION a rvlrl'oration -
Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos organized and enlstIng -
B. 220 29 Memphis Tenn.5t2H.25.311.2S.4l. -I
COUNTY NEWS Hard Wood, and Furniture. under an Act of Congri, ,
Completely eliminates painting Plaintiff, w t
when applied to Wood vs.PHYLLIS .
Telephone WAlnut 301 ,
Metal, or Concrete surfaces. M. SPEARS. Mini AH NOTICE
This finish is also recom- Sealed Bids for the sale of DOYLE SPEARS BARBARA UN's .
mended for boats and auto the following items of used SPEARS RICHARD SPEARS a'I' I
mobiles.NO. equipment will be receivedby any unknown heirs, devlsiclegatees '.

-Virginia Kelghtlty .EdlUt COMPETITIONAs the Public Wakulla Instruction County at Boardof the Sidney D. Spears and grantees deceased"I I,i r. I II Ii 1nntt5 JJopette

Fred Kelghtley frublliihe these are exclusive form- Wakulla County Courthouse and EVELINA SPEARS and NAVON) 1C
SPEARS, her husband
I ulas in demand by all businesses Crawfordville Florida, at Defendanti
Entered at CrawfordvllU, Florida industry and homes. 10:00A.M. C.S.T., Monday I
I in second class matter Subwri No franchise fee. Minimum March 15, 1965. I
I Investment $7,000. Investment Item li School Bus No I
( 3)) HOURS
tion rate: $3 per year is 1949 I
secured in- Chevrolet 48
by passenger. 3432 TAMPA STREET. HOISTON ('UK'<\i'<> Meeting IOIIIlY'III"
ventory. Factory trained Item 2i School Bus(No. 22)) TEXAS; AND TO ALL UNKNOHN! I : I'.I miic! 'me te 'htioloRy '1:30 PM 5:30PM
personnel will help set up 1954 Ford, 60 passenger. HEIRS DEVISEES, LEGATEES I IICH.S ,i ill important delicate
your business. Item 3: Pickup, 1950 Che AND GRANTEES OP SIDNEY D. \Miik in business, edmutlon, pin !
For complete details and vrolet. SPEARS, DECEASED, AND PER- rm.lon ami hobby l il new prec'I. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY' '
descriptive literature write Item 4i Pickup Frame and SONS CLAIMING BY, TIR OUCH OR aloe npllial equipment to over
CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT Body Only 1950 Chevrolet.Thisequlpmentwfllbe UNDER THEM: ome the Utal necessity of a
CORP. 1828 Locust St. sold You are hereby notified night boomer
i Louis 3, Mo.l4t.lt23 "as is" and "where is". that the above-named plaintiff the lenseii are made of hlgnrttqu
Prospective bidders Inspect flied a complaint on lll> optical g1Aon and are 1
may 198:},. in the
February IB. the
ground and polished to <<
said Items at the Schoo.
Clrou Cart of lakul la
0 0 ro I I lillEheiit degree of nuleu mia
Bus garage Crawfordville, County Florida, for reformation engineered to
nlfl atlon They re :
IN THE COUNTY Florida, any school day between of deed and mortgageand I b.I orll for hours at a time\
JUDGE'SCOURT 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 foreclosure of lortgaie I
I without tiling: onen eyes.
IN AND FOR P.M. Bids should be plainly on the following-described Minute Image. inch II fine
WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA marked IS such and reach the property, tolt: thread or wire, a plif hole or

Board not later than March Commence .t the Northwest email print are easily Been now
IN PROBATE NO. 281. corner of the Southeast Quarter
15,1965. of Section 25. T2S JUI', in deep third dimension big, In Florida
If You Need. IN REi Estate ofRUDOLPH Upon notification success- and trtu thence tgo Juhnia of 10 dlstlmt and clear as crystal ,
POOLE, ful bidders will be to the Magna Slghtei tompany here,
the right of way of State
OfficeSuppliesHusinefcs Deceased. pay in full for items and remove Road No. 313! thence run In a long; a respected maker of tine in the game room ,ry
Machine direction along Introduced Its new _.
Southeasterly ,
from optical
the North boundary of .
Office FurnitureSee AND CLAIMANTSYou within one week. the right of way of said low.pi lied slip on binoculars beer's the one./\\\
or Call The Board reserves the State Road No. 373. a distance shown above Priced at $995
and each of you arc rightto of 303, 7 feet; thence anil with a months guarantee,
RANEY WHALEYat hereby notified and required reject any or all bids. run 838 North the dlstim, of to the new Manna Slghter Is regis for good taste ( '
present any claim and demands Signed: William E. Whaley the mboo"uenJ'ryle of the tfred with the V, S patent '
which you, or eitherof Supt. of Pub. Instruction. SE'4 of SE'4' of said Section ollne It stay In place, even fun ?
25. thence run Westerh along good -
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT you, may have against the the North boundary of; said over regular glasses until the
estate of RUDOLPH POOLE SE'4' of SE'4' of said< Section job In done and for those who s
CO. NOTICE TO BIDDERS 25? the distance of 292.3feet use both hands In their work, a
deceased late of said County more or less, to the
31. South Adam St. to the County Judge of point of beginning, and containing mere tilt of the head restores
Corner E. PenucoliTALLAHASSEE 5 or normal vision Lowering the
Wakulla Notice is hereby given that :1taOtreedthe
County, Florida, at less and being in
nORmA h1sofIice in the Court House, the Board of County Commissioners b'4' of SE', of said Sect head Is I'ke'! magic': In enlarging:
tier 25, T2S R2W. objects two and a half times for
of Wakulla
Crawfordville, Florida,withIn County Refprmed description: keen, ipveullng, detailed view.
will receive sealed bids at the '
six ((6)) calendar months ,
Commence at the Southeast Errors and Rcnldents tend to
from the date of the first office of the Clerk of the Cir- corner of Section 25, Township vanish and 1 supervision U re
publication of this notice. cuit Court In Crawfordvilleuntil h2Is u .' RangeL west I dosed In plant work It has
mYF'.Mh Each claim or demand must 10.00 o'clock A.M. and monument marked by and a concrete run found a lire In all age brackets
be in writing and must state then publicly opened and read thence North 00 3d1 47" East from young': hobbyist to restoringthe
the place of residence and aloud for the furnishing and along the Section line 93.25,, skilled touch of the senior
post office address of the installing, in a neat and feet to the centerline of I citizen If not available locally,
State Road No 373, thence
claimant and must be sworn workmanlike manner, the run North 54 27' 11" West'': the manufacturer has agreed to
to by the claimant Ms agent, following fixtures: LocatedIn along said centerline promptly till mall orders from
or his attorney or the same the Wakulla County Jail: h1100bee5tJI: thence 47" East run their Chicago: offices at 151.
How nl Street
will become void accordingto Upstairs Section: 60.53 feet to an iron pipe ::
law. Such creditor or 1. Flush Valves for all ex on the Northerly rightofway checkers .
I or
You ping pong
line of said State Road name your game
claimant must at the time isting closets with all necessary 373 which Is the point of ''i :
of the filing of the same deliver spuds and washers. beginning. From said point I cards or chess. Play it hard, and it

_. a copy of such claimto 2. Push button lavatory 000 of.beglnnlng 56' 47" East continue 272.85 North feet: HOMEMAKING i I takes a lot out of you That's when you
faucets for all lava-
-- -- the in existing
---- County Judge com- to an 1rot5. Diet; thence run ,
-------- .., pliance with Chapter 61- tories complete with drainage South 13" East like'most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy
394 Laws of Florida for fittings. 481.95 feet to an ir un yagp'ytfiifiierl
LEON SEPTIC\ TANK! 1961., 3. Shower heads with new pipe 95 ;47"thence West run 614 South. 15 00 feelto your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer was

SERVICE' This 19th day of Novem- heads and concealed mixing the Northerly right-of-way made to relax with Made to refresh you, cool
line of State Road 373.
valves forall showers
ber 1964. existing
I thence North 54027' 13"Nest I
"' Clean otRepair /Marlon Poole and complete with new floor along run said Northerly yell, cheer your taste So next time you're playing
drains with C.D. Lead right-of-way line 596. DO
pans .
hi Charles Poole. I with finish tile base and feet to the point of beginning I some sociable at-home game, take timeout
a .
New Installation Administrators of The parcel contains
The the Estate of RUDOLPH bottom. 5.0 acres, more or fens lying i for the companionable taste of beer.1J\
Best For Less 4. All above work to be installed and being In Wakulla i
POOLE deceased. with new trim of installation County Florida I 7:3O P.M. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. \SI
TelephoneTallahassee HUNTER AND HUNTER type equal or better You are hereby required to( I f 0 BOX 273 WINTER PARK FLORIDA
Attorneys for Administrators file your answer with the I EACH MONDAY
877-1773 1909 Tyler Street than original installation. Clerk of this Court and I
5. All above fixtures shall WFSUTVCHANNEL
niter G-00 p.m. Hollywood. Florida to serve a copy thereof uponAualey '
be provided with individual Ausley, McMullen. ,
2/11,18,25,3/4. gate valves where each fix O'Bryan Michaels t He- 11
Gehee, Attorney. for Plain- -NOTKE-
ture can be shut off for repair
independent to others. t1ff P. 0. Boa 391. Tali, Helpful household hints and recipes

6. Each and all bidders I than lahassee Florida, not later from Mrs Marjone Hartman SI'ECIAf.SFill..- SAT. MON. AND :TUBS.
the 29th of
day March ,
GLARE'SSHOP Dees- shall visit the site and makea i Home Service Adviserffl'7
Barber 1965.WITNESS
personal inspection of the my hand and official '
situation and make himself seal of said Court SPECIALSSWIFT

c familiar with working conditions this day of February ,,Pt' w/
POINTS and existing fixtures and A.D. 1965.'s
/ Moody Pearce FLORIDA
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 equipment. by: Beatrice Dugger I POWER PREMIUM
7. Each bidder will be required Clerk I201.35 ?
of the
EARLY AMERICAN to furnish performancebond. Wakulla County Circuit Florida Court I A CORPORATION FRANKS . .

"FRENCH PROVINCIAL OPEN TIL 4t-2/25,3/4.1I.18. : ,.. ..._ .... '_0 "' ,_ .-.
VICTORIAN 8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS The Board reserves the rightto ---
reject any or all bids and
to award to the best interestsof Florida Foroft Service
Phone 385-1222 GRADY miTFIELO Wakulla County. R'lina11] Inert SMOKED SIIOltDFR LB.
1901 N. Monro SP.e .
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA open session this 1st day of PICNICS
COOK, OwnerDIRECTORY February 1965.Willard Th Florida P.. .tt! Service rcjorts the

Carter, following r'lrfall rcconiel: at ;'.'..ik'jlCounty l't

Chairman, Board of Tcw-rs for the week of Fpbl"J1>.r'. r, Fresh Grade "A" FRYEIS 29c

Wakulla County Commissioners County. Tirufh! : Febru&xy: e, 196 .

__ I TOMATOES. 303 can, 2 for 25e ,'

Crawfcrdville Tower_J.20 MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE !,;
r.I.l,..... /t..iu,. PUT. .
= Tower
Kevport 1.70

County Average 2..15 . . . Ib. 79c

I Fire Report FROZEN

!'. .... .. ,,
< lb.- Ailvrrtixrni Fires sin et January, 1965_1

II I I Fire jam period last ,ear__.i
-- -- -
Acres burr.flrt this year _5 METCALF FROZEN SEA FOOu I

I F R M Little Folks Store, I IIne O. 'I. GRAMLING Acres burncl:) iii: )juried last y-irjo

"Th Capital's The Florida Forest ervice retorts the 1. 2 9

FEEDSl Major for Minors". & / CO. following rainfall recorded at ', akJla I
CAildl" "' FMrtlitl/.,.. Toy, BREAM
Games Bobbies One-Stop Service for County "Towers for the week of Feb, 9 1965 i

Baby Aectiivnti Feed Seed Fertilizer I threuch/ Feb. 15, 1965 SHRIMPCRtB I lA or. 99C
Flint River Mills 133 N. Monroe St Ph. 222-1146
.'1&.0.._ Pt 223.0274LigM __ _m-- .__, Poultry Supplies I Crawfordvillo Tower' 2.20

l Garden Tools I Newport Tower .1Q 49 *;
County Average 2.15 STICKS 8 OZ.
So. Adam at S.A.L.R.R.

Phone 223-0173 Fire Report
Seeds_Fertiliser-Baby Chicks OYSTERS 7 OZ. 49t j

Weight and Regular Farm Supplies Urea since January 1, l'/65_:2

Vonerttt Bloch ..1 Cor. Gaines and Woodward SU, Fires same period last year 2 FISH ROE 1 lb. 99c

Hanson, Wood'and Tel. 222.8960BakerAlford Acres burned this year -8- DFVILED

Hoel Ind., Inc.S. .- A Acres tamed oa.ua period last yearlThe. .. !
Stone Co. CRAB-- 5 in boy''--
Adams St. &t 4PointiTtl. Capital Florida comet Service y port the 99c
222.6840 P. O. Box 661 1908 WE NOW HAVE A FULL '
I Sine following rainfall recorded at Vakullt LINE OF

MARBLE GRANITE County Tewen for the week ef Feh. 15 BULK SEED 4 FERTILIZERSHOP

BRONZE r Fr"' :2, 196;.


Yeafler, "Tk Parts HmmfAnything Cemetery Work..of AU 't".. Crawfordrille awls .so

Inc. for your auto, truck 508 W. Gain StTaL'' 225-0719 Newport Tower..30Averara
or tractor. Also tot your power'I 'Walter F. Buchaa, Mftt ./.o LOCALLY AND
lawnmower, and much for your '
IUK.1I4 Bonds boat .
t 208 N. Adam. st. Ph. 224380
214 S.'Ad-ma St.-Ttl. 222-4680 '
Shop and Save
,. at
j .
Fires sine Jandrary 1. 1545.r,3 ,

Fire save period last rear 2KOret PIGOTT'S STORE .

burned this rtar ... 8.2 MEDAHT .
- A :tr" ,--.... ....Ift, fM ftd i.-to 1.L.0Y'
[ -- JVttlv.TOI'VALUE Stamps


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Pendulum Swings WACQUA COVNTT *KWvThuraday. .Jf "

ELAMSBeauty February 25. 1965 1 .
Vests Pocket Watches Back
on way '',''
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Shop art ;
7e ?
.4 Tax Collector J. M. Cwln
alt 1 of the county said today that
r his office would be open every -

Saturday morning until

NOW OPEN March He said 20.that he was taking p I

this measure so that those who
work outside the county
PENS AT 9 AM would be able to purchasetheir

auto tags prior to the

The well known widely grown Canterbury bell above left, come Cwm urged everyone to get
\EX'1)111/ / 1'r," HIE film'' ; slum/ with blue pink or white flowers, bloom the year after planting. their tags before the usual

i I I Cathedral Bells, on the right ire sturdy vines with blue or white seasonal rush that takes placethe
I R'r flower All are easily grown from seeds, last few days before the

} I I deadline.
Y Tag sales so far have been
4 4I Apply Dormant Sprays equal or above the number

sold in the tame length of
I I, I : A ombiiiiilloii IIIHPI'tli,'Itle.fun
N: "" tin' IIniito "nit li miny: 1 time a year ago.
s i cudru i pi,'I( < mil illHfiiHeH nap uli tit. tloiniHiil splay will inn
FLORIDA STATE II timely iloi. t tiol ninny Inset.IH anil tllseaiip
applying H
pum ) | /:
IrriHistihli 1. ihi word tin tht ""Mh'd l man Irrt'MIMllhl. )tim H' IK I
IIIlInl.1)/ i you'II gel t 11 head I that liiliit 1 uarden lint you
I Ins new sli'mli" |p",kit ,vntih and shah whiih OCI.. > hind' i n hand
In Hi' iinninil with should I take time tu leail 'HIP
stall rare
with I the n'luri' ,d, this I ,'WI practical 1I"'MMC.rI.. tin nIlUl''arll..h.a i .
WED thru 'iA j I join pfsky % iiileii cnemlpxVhal libel brute applying Its esKenllHl
a I la"hlllnnhltth'm of' huHineih mind dream illin I ,
\ !I" dormant Kpraylnu' thit Kiiili strong maher THECHRlSTI
'I'ialat'will 1 ilrisxpd ,
man WIII'h and chain, nt about It'M Hpplyliih H preventive spicy lalbp used aiionllng 'lo tll-
luirkin to iranllfalh"f'11m"
II I IIJ.I thru S.\ I win: .n tin vest: was an ev x $:J!(IU()K) to lend corn'('I auintt lo yon favorite ,. r ipitionxWhat .

Rock rvday |part of m in's cln KH. HUH t (Iho'MKI/: grooming of the pIllltH Willie I I .\t. colt of k' t..{ flSCIFOCEIfi0RITOR n
h son nclisrovirul tin mforl and smartly ilnssi'd man with thevent they HIP t leitflcHK ?:5Hii.l >n equipmentHlionliI ,
Cina LoJlobriglda and thus keep him abreast Htlll In a fVyiloi I (
that made 1 .
slvli' a tnnxtantcompanum you use
both of the time nail of the I .
in nit stage I
TII'' HI"J\IN-i DUPLICATORS of tin vist i i'. grant tor dormant /7 )
: urandd id nosliilvx/: world v Milrayllll(' To Ine.\ L
Hint to the Indies: the f"
01 tally 7-
,''nd11111" Th"fl'I IK no 11 rmiiH to mrmivunpria'ialy nails the uleep I I Wheelbarrow
distinctive I'M lurthdiy anniversary xpilng jimt be ,
I IhortlWlllo/: /: (xipiilar Power Ins 1 quart ei B
\ 1 l\ OIIIrR SPACE ilv nf (the vist-imly (In. un or (.radii;ition gift at fine the bud Sprayer of those hlbernitlnK Sprayer

miilHknl>:'v. widening/: pri'vali-ntint will as the b.-gudingly/: innocent open/ forms or Inneit and run
its a|)|,,'araiui un thi din ohjttt for which to reach Die Him:: to unit HIP more I>PIHlxteiil linn life Your spray| equipment'
his waist, uiiil hardy limeit life and!
minimi give
i'rinim iling/: American mule in Hlioiilil develop pteHHtiieM high
llandsimi and lmtintuish/: him a HI! 'mli'r pm'/c"/ watch illMPHHPH whldi overwinter on inoiiKh to Hlioot MettliiK suln
Pf JUT HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN lhoiih' | it is. I the vial with Its anil K i flint ham the bark or nee' and plant lly Him Home illHtantP mind itlll I AccurateComplete
hitting theta before they have a
inviting jdnkits hardly Thought NI 1 for the enter
/: minis /: voter all HiiifitpH thoroughly/: .
'. OUTDOOR OM WOODVILIE HWT. i..impli..li. without tin ill titan- priNinK mali with tin vest!: <'ham e to start' t him'111 UK on yourplants ililvliiK the slimily lulu loinus. .
m iidurnmi I hit omi /ora"f'liranllfalhl'f'M : take the mitiativi, /gel: your yon II be one step ahead 11'evil.PH anil usher' pinti, led| |
and lute I.hIIlKM.11) under ion
farads tin1ptxkit
(: own witch and chain and lxiloiihly > III'.IU.
THIJRS FRI. L SA I TIIIIT r FRI. i I.A, I walih" unit ilium So, irn sistihli'. Thought/: Trot heroic (the RiowliiK season (ompiPHHPil npiiiyeis ii News

Mpundini/: to tin apparent #2: AH lonx at ulii' finds I hi'11II'k.t bricillH Suite InneilH Hinl ted "pltlf'1mitl'M. IIPHHIIIPH or 311-511 p.M.I.I willtut! iHillnraitniy
mill (the Famous mtikrr of
Ann Margrct Jill H.RROR Mi.Iforli' wilt hi'M. who pin- watch KO, intriguing/: probably the two most Impoitint Job of applytnic <|DImuni CoverageI
John Forsythe her wiildi to materials at nose NUIKI
give a iomuinion| : types| of liiHHts whichiloitnint
n"'r.,11I1 tin IviinliiH
,and in mowIntl lint In lompiulHon, I 11 I iii'|
swinging Hndmt ii M
from wear as a /: ( sprays inntiol usually
KITTEN WITH A WHIP dids homily turnip
IHI R .IN1/lAI irinlid Moral : Fashion IH never up in the r.III-IO'I4I'1'11I1 HeaHon UHiiilnltK MI"IIYPI''hlo'h| ilevetimlia| t 1,11.21111II.d.
I IVvOIILDN'l to wrist havi' u
MS ., will path 20) feel
and i 01' mini
[ DII lrikini.lv. mmli'rn n,I.iplationit blow lo mini in on a romantic 01 In the forum of *KKDoMtiiiyliiK |Into the tops of trees and
Jack Lcmmon in I Ihi oiui IInlv'r1 piakrtd notion 1 the full egg sacs will I
\ | ppnptration neeileil ten
"nd rll'iiliule niillinim of. flit 11 r eon4pring
GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM thnioiiKh overage; Some .1 ldrsprayero
1.\\ ,\SIOIO nn I' dormant ... beone live separate bmi.kets I
: ulna: a spray tan
MK CRhA l MIRIS CENSUS REPORT 'if the seasot'e most ftfeitlve rl'omh..h. to ill 1'11.pmy. .
on COUNTY weapon" It eliminates! others liiilinlp. attai'heil I tanks
I Most of them have ,itljiiHtnbleIIOZIPH
Wjkulla COlU1ly's 50 retail establishments oa l Rrs..iL to control lop pattern I ..r$24 6 Men*s $12
hid $1.8 millionin mil tllieitlon of the ..I'I'IIYA 1 Mmthi $,
u --- -- sales in 1963 a decrease of I f1' > Kniiill power sprayer i I Is CNr filII .ev..rr _4N'
-- .
34 percent from 1958. Tho U. \ Ideal for sprayIng ...."., .d.r It vMh te r .nr <_ ._ wTK

S. Bureau of the Census has just -_ ( mote exten I < Ch....'.. lelo... MistSMo.
.. ...
dive It has M. sen.1
reported after tabulating data Slide Sprayer areas In_. M.... ISft
gathered from all firms In the ,plenty or prexHiireto
1963 Census of Business. The I mmi fly hothpi'Home pi'Kls din'Inn reach the -16
thelt resting' : I'Piloil when tlieiennofolliReroi Ileata |ilits nil the
last business
previous census them 10 huts under, advantages of effoitlpHx .
conducted by the Census Burns u, them with FFA INFORMATION
EXTRA surd yon tan hit your opera ON
an agency of the U. S. Department strongest' ammunition of the linn bill; payload LOCAL LEGISLATION
of Commerce, was In year berate they start their and speedy, afipll'
1958. ohn'lion 'HIPoull IHI VI'1'I0bbl"'PII "III Ion
All ii |1" i i Recently I overheard two students -
Read Retail I I trade in the County a lot or potential! |iar/ For spraying
what referredtoas
meant jobs (exclusive of pro- emits anil asmned ynui plintu a Ife bent to pork. a I they
"domcwork". Said thefirst
prietors) for 47 men and women healthier spring. start.Plants mini sonny momIHK '
It. and a yearly payroll of $111 I thai will benefit/! mast when the ternpemturp student, "Have you heard
About about the new do-it-yourself idea -
thousand.In by dormant spraying are fruit IH at "
i volume of business the Hees. berry bashes and leiiHlID degrees ?
oniHiiipntals above and there To which the second student
_,. County ti food stores had sales of t'hPlllli-atiunmmnnly! UHeil In Compressed little danger of It replied, 'No, what is it?"
$614 thousand, a decrease of 49 dormant spray' foinuil.itlouxiMiiiilly Air Sprayer dropping b e l o wfreezing The first student smilinglysaid
percent from 1958. In other retail linilei trade luinies. Ini before "It's called homework. "
business the County's eat- hide : oil emulsions mini'Iblc the plants mull dry ofT In applying The do-it-yourself idea In the
ing and drinking places had salesof oil lime sulphur, ,1111 II rOM (DNC: : ) a HtiotiK iloinunt spray the case of the education professionis
LJA $295 thousand, and gasolineacrvicestationshadsalcsof ami. nialalhion DIP oils not only ilinpletH Hlioul,I be large enough legislation. Educators are
$454 lontiol IIIHPI'Is bill help spitailfunxli drench HIP imraipH thoroughly
the persons who must help Influence -
thousand. 'Ide millet ial iiu'linleil ill Spraying ran only be an effp
all purpose' sprayx ,.tin' ,is It I Is thoiongh fg\\ legislation. It is not
I too late to be doing our home-
I work with our local legislative

delegation.You .
have had the Program
Action Committee Report in

your possession for some time
now. It has also been publishedin

+ the January issue of FLORIDA
EDUCATION. Have you discussed -
RR the Program Action Committee -

+ 'y Report and school needs
WT with your legislative delegation?
It is the responsibility of every I
teacher in the State of Florida
to see that this Is done. It is I

done in various ways. Some do

it by making an appointmentwith 1
"A Penny individual legislators while '
25 Month GUARANTEE others hold a dinner party for

members the legislative del- I
1, egation so that this all important -
a 1 Saved subject can be discussed I

Stop In And InvestigateCome I, t \Vt freely member.and In carefully either case with it each must

and see us! Get a ( M \' Is A be It done.Is likewise Important to take I'

the initiative in letting i
NUMBER ONE Steal I and ups
priority scale for reaching the
NUMBER ONE Deal on the various publics; progra mining an

NUMBER ONE CAR. PennyEarned" effective information program,
0 l4 and determining who (on the
HERE IS A PARTIAL LIST OF +A s information team) does what

; One effective method of com-

municating is person to personin I
1964 CHEVELLE 1963 CHEVROLET I which a member of the information 1

2 door hardtop with radio, heater and Y8 4 door Belair, radio, $ 95 clubs, dinner team parties speaks, and to civic other

standard trintmiiilon. Factory air heater, .automatic tram- 0 groupmeetingslnwhicheitirenapastlcipete. I

conditioning and million, ont owner .
only 7,000 2495 i This is of equal importance in
informing the Legislature.
actual miles .. .. .
1962 CHEVROLET YOUR MONEY EARNS BIG Florida may be on the threshold -
of a great breakthrough for

1963 CHEVY II DIVIDENDS QUARTERLY education needs. The Governor
$1145 and members the
V Ton Pick up many Legis-

Super sport with radio, ] *7flC Ready to work ......... lature have spoken strongly for
Heed the wise old of Ben Franklin and
heater, standard shirt, Vrial I 1 M.I saying support of schools. This support

iharp ... .. .. .. I V V 1962 CHEVROLET saving today. From the very day you make your first Ion must on now specific be translated legislative into act-pro-

deposit, pennies begin earning big dividends. And posals.
4 door IMPALA radio heater The
1962 FALCON V8 most important immediate -
automatic transmission, air conditloll- every three months (four times a year) these dividendsare tasks that confront us is

995' and ing two WSW ton Tirei.finish $1395, compounded and paid. Start saving todayl! the providing information portray our legislators needed educational to with graphically -

2 door and clean ...??. Sharp ......... needs before they leave for

Tallahassee.With .
YI/1 m this procedure being followed I

in all counties, unity of
ALFORD I action by the Legislature will
1-r be possible.


CHEVROLET COMPANY "Junk Is anything that lies

.. around in your way for ten I

Ph. 224.1211 I II Florida's Oldest yean and you throw it away
327 N. Adams Lot No. 1 two weeks before you need

1414 S. Monroe Let He. 2 Ph. 222-MSi Member'; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, ward it-"- Robert E. Lee, Wood- I

I County (Okla.) Journal.

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I I 4-N CLUB NEWS CMVFOffDmiE' :-W ..co II&WI,-

LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE RATES REDUCEDEffective Gainesville Florida 4-H PERSONALSMrs. J Tnuradoy. February 25. 1865

Clubs wrote a new chapter in Evelyn Gowdyr and Mrs.
their 50-year history this year. Valda Cook attended the National SCPCHOPPY NEWSBy
February 1, 1965 many long distance telephone rates were reduced again. These reductionsfor For the first time since their Secretaries Institute heldin
calls over the longer distances, are due td Improved technology and efficient use of facilities. I beginning in 1914, they oper- the Starry ,Conference Roomat Louise C. Sapp
The reductions in rates apply for out-of-state calls over longer distances. Substantial savings are for ate entirely through community Florida State University on Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley and
station-toitation calls beginning at 6:00: P.M. each weekday evening, all day Saturday and Sunday., rather than school clubs.W. Saturday, February 20, which Mrs. Lydia Islet visited Mr.
W. Brown, State 4-H included a luncheon and fash- Beasley's mother In Valdosta,
Note These Examples of Interstate Rates Club Agent, sees this change as Ion show. Georgia, recently.
"a strengthening one". Brown
(INITIAL 3 MINUTES) says, "It gives the young peoplemore Mrs. Johnle Umbaugh underwent Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Savoryand
individual attention. surgery at Tallahassee son, Brad, of Cocoa, visited -
Club members feel more responsibility Memorial Hospital Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Strick-
ferson-Te- for each other. Opportunities land and Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
STATION TO STATION Person for participation by and Mrs. George Gibbs, Strickland during the weekend.

MOM TALLAHAJIl. LA. Day R.f. Irtnlnf Night Afar a P.M.DailyAll each member are greater. David and Don n Ie spent the
TOi Mon.-frf. WwU.r Stl. Mtn.-$.t. Members can complete a greater weekend In Augusta, Ca. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Black-
4:30 A.M. P.M. T. I P.M. All Day Sun. D.y SuMky number of projects. more Mrs. Gibbs1 parents, Mr. burn of Jacksonville, and Mrs.
Albany, Ga. $ .50 $ .40 $ .40 $ ..70AlhlYifle readily. and Mrs. A. L. Matthews. Aileene Manero of Langsdale,
.85 I Interested citizens in the com- Pennsylvania, are home duringthe
N.C. 1.10 .65 1.40
The Crawfordvllle Woman's
munity aid as community spon- very serious Illness of their
Akron Ohio 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90
soring groups to secure leadersfor Club will hold their regular mother, Mrs. Levy Willis, whois
Atlanta, Ga. .85 .65 .60 1.10Birmingham the clubs and promote 4-H monthly meeting Tuesday, in the Tallahassee Memorial
Ala. .90 .70 .60 1.15 work In the community, Brown March 2nd, at the Clubhouse. Hospital, suffering'from a
Charlotte, N.C. 1.10 .85 .65 1.40Chattanooga There is a very Interesting program stroke.
Tenn. 1.05 .80 .60 1.30 says.More than 44,000 boys and with speaker. Everyoneis
Chicago, III. 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90 girls between the ages of 10 and urged to attend.Mr. We are happy to see Mr. Gus
Cleveland, Ohio 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90 18 are members of 4-H clubs: Simmons home after spending
in Florida. They are carrying Moody Pearce spent the several weeks in the Veterans
'Columbus, Ga. .65 .50 .50 .85
weekend In Jacksonville on bu-
a total of 117,666 projects in Hospital In Lake City.
Corpus Christi, Tex. 1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 40 different areas of agricultureand siness.
Dawion, Ga. .55 .40 .40 .70 home economics.The Sorry Doc Simmons had to return
Denver, Colo. 1.70 1.15 .80 2.25 most popular of these Mrs. H. p. Young of Lees- to the Veterans Hospital in
Detroit, Mich. 1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 projects j are clothing: foods, burg visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lake City after spending a short
Dothan, Ala.Fayettevilie .50 .40 .40 .70 gardening, beautification of Ferrell, Sr., and other relatives time at home.
N.C. 1.20 .85 .65 1.50Ft. home grounds and electricity. last week.
More than 7,000 are taking Miss Mattie Revell returned
Worth Tex. 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90
A similar Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Small of home afternoon after
clothing projects. Sunday
Fresno Calif. 2.10 1.40 1.00 2.85 High Mrs. Velda Bell
number are majoring in foods. Springs, visiting friends and relatives in
Houston Tex. 1.40 .95 .70 1.75Indi.napolis Gainesville, Mrs. Wayne Bell
Project work is only one aspect Dothan and Elba, Ala.
Ind. 1.40 .95 .70 1.75 and little son of Fort Walton
of the total 4-H program.
Jackson, Min. 1.10 .85 .65 1.40 4-H stresses citizenship and Beach were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and
Kansas City, Mo. 1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 leadership development, aswellas Mrs. E. C. Ferrell, Sr. Sun Miss June Robertstransacted business -

Los Angeles, Calif. 2.10 1.40 1.00 2.85 the learning by doing day.Mr. in Gainesville, Sunday
and afternoon.
skills" Demonstrations
Macon, Ga. .70 .55 .55 ..95Memphil and other 4- and Mrs. A. L. Porter
judging, camping
Tenn.Milwaukee 1.20 .85 .65 1.50 H activities also develop responsibility will leave by plane Sunday for Behind the 24 point making of
Wise. 1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 poise, and self- Rochester, Minn. where Mrs. John David Jones, undefeated
Mobile, Ala.Montgomery. .85 .65 .60 1.10 confidence.4H I Porter is to undergo heart sur- Sopchoppy upset Lee, 82-63, 'I
Ala.' .75 .55 .55 .95 is an organization for all gery. Friday night. Four players hit
'Moultrie, Ga. .45 .40 .40 .65 boys and girls, not just those fordouble figures as the Yellow
Mrs. Ellsworth left last
from rural areas, Brown points Harvy Jackets won their 16th game
Myrtle Beach, S.C. 1.10 .85 .65 1.40
for to
Saturday a trip Germany.
without a loss. Other thanJones'
Nashville, Tenn. 1.15 .85 .65 1.40 out.Federal She will be gone a week.
24 points, Randy Anderson
New Orelant state and county
La. 1.05 .80 .60 1.30
and Ron-
Tommy Posey,
funds the 4-H ,
New York, N.Y. 1.55 1.05 .75 2.05 Local support leaders play a program.role in Mrs. H. C. Pelt spent a few dell Nichols added 20, 17, and
Richmond, Va. 1.40 .95 .70 1.75 making the program a success. days last week in Perry with her 15 points, respectively. Lee
San Francisco, Calif. 2.10 1.40 1.00 2.85 More than 5,000 local leaders daughter.Mrs. was led by the Big Bend's top
Savannah, Ga. .85 .65 .60 1.10 give their time and talent as two scorers, Shirrill and Kyle
Selma, Ala. .80 .60 .60 1.00 volunteer leaders to advise and C. L. Townsend was Hicks, who netted 25 and 18
Sewanee, Tenn. 1.05 .80 .60 1.30 assist 4-H members. Some rushed to Tallahassee Memorial points, before fouling out in the
I Hospital Tuesday night for what final two minutes of the I
Tacoma Waih. 3.00'ThomaIYille 700 older 4-H members work I game.
2.25 1.50 1.00
with younger members as junior doctors thought to be food poi Next varsity action for the Jackets -
Ga. .35 .35 .35 .55 leaders. soning. will be Friday night when
Toledo, Ohio 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90 they meet the winner of the Ap-
Troy, Ala.' .65 .50 .50 .85 alachlcola-Carrabelle game in
Tucson, Ariz. 1.80 1.20 .90 2.45 Cheese Stars In Shrimp Fondue the Group Tournament at Car-

Valdoita, Ga.Washington .45 .40 .40 .65 rabelle.Mr. .

D.C. 1.45 1.00 ..70 1.90 : and Mrs. Robert Griffin
Waycross., Ga. .65 .50 .50 .85 of Ochlockonee, Georgia, visited -
Wichita, Kan. 1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp
LESS THAN 221 MILES. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chancey
Revell over the weekend were
NOTE: On PERSON-TO-PERSON CALLS (Both to p oints within the state and out-of-state) the only Mrs. Howard Davis and children -
reduced rate period BEGINS at 6:00: P.M. D AlLY except is in effect all day Sunday. There T ,5B and Miss Shirley Revell of
is not another rate reduction at 8.00; P.M. for Person-to-Person calls. Tallahassee.Mr. .

PUILIC and Mrs. Mark Rodden-
SE RVI E : ,z berry of Panama City visited

Mark's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Southeastern Telephone Co. S. E. Roddenberry, during the

weekend. Also visiting the
Roddenbenyswere Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Barwick and son, Gregg,
of Tallahassee.

Mr. Clyde Morrison was admitted -
to the Tallahassee Mem-

: ;( I What a pretty kettle of fish Shrimp Fondue makes- combina orial Hospital Saturday evening.Mr. .
'liJ: tt ..' tion of savory, sharp cheese slices I and succulent shrimp, plus
I 'C'/\ ... toasted bread cubes. The smooth, custard-like fondue is made with\ Carl Revel of Otter
III nonfat dry milk. This cheese and milk, both so high in protein Creek is In very ill health in
become mainstays of meals without meat. Enhance this dinner Archbald Hospital, Thomas-
main course or generous luncheon fondue developed by the Borden vllle, Ca.
Kitchen with a big salad of crisp, fresh greens.
Mr. John Roberts visited his
Shrimp Fondue
(Maker 4 servings) daughter and family, Mr. and
2 ((4-1/2 Mrs. Jerry Hodge of Tallahassee -
oz.) cans shrimp, 1/2 teaspoon salt
well drained 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard during the week.
1 ((6-oz.) package Vera- 1/2 teaspoon onion juice
r R WhenTHINGS Sharp cheese slices Dash Tabasco sauce Mr. Ivery Smith Is spending
cut into cubes 1.1/2 cups liquefied Starlac s few days visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W LOOK 3 cups toasted bread cubes nonfat dry milk Connie Smith and family of
? BLACK 3 eggs, well beaten Tallahassee.Mr. .

> m' In drfa mixing bowl, chop shrimp coarsely. Add cheese
cubes bread cubes; mix lightly. Turn into a well- Sonny Banvick of Pensa-
in the kitchen. buttered 1-3/4 or 2-quart casserole. In a small I bowl, beat eggs cola stayed overnight with hit
and add seasonings. In s small saucepan, heat milk just to boil. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Braxton
Ing point. Remove from heat. Gradually stir a little of the hot Barwick Friday night, enrouteto
i Its time for milk into the W mixture. Slowly combine egg mixture with remaining St. Petersburg on business.Mr. .
i ,, a._ hot milk. Pour over shrimp mixture in casserole. Place
-I casserole in a pan. Pour hot water into pan to depth of one-Inch.
Bake in a moderate ((350'?. and Mrs. Clay Cooksey
ELECTRIC I RANGE and OVEN! ) oven about 1 hour. Serve Imme-
diately. and daughter of Tallahassee visited -
Mrs. Cooksey's grandmother -

A woman can go on for years putting up with Mrs. Annie Henderson,
I Sunday. Mr. who has I
She about
can on worrying
sooty pans. go :
i p recently returned home from
I'' flames and fumes-up to a point. Then overseas duty with the U. S.

something happens. Maybe a neighbor. Navy, willbe stationed at Jack-

/ II puts in an electric range with exact 't rtfct.a sonville.

control and a new easy-cleaning
The Rev. and Mrs. DeWitt
-- oven. And suddenly Mom is very unhappy. But Cox and children of Marietta,

sweetness and light are quickly restored v Georgia, spent several days visiting -

> JI j li by the magic of a modern; flameless electric o Mr. and Mrs. DelbertBud
( ) Roberts and Rev.
i' family.
r' range and ovenl)You can avoid such a crisis /
Cox Is a former pastor of the
F by switching now. And save up to $601. First Baptist Church here.

EifflSWITCH NOW AND SAVE 25-OR tSDI! < N 1 Jula Happy birthday to Mr. L. M.
( Mathers, Larry Lawhon, Fred
If you switch from flame type water heater to a Becton, and Carley Revell, and
flameless electric water heater, as a customerof 1, rar.a happy anniversary to Mr. and

Florida Power Corporation, you'll be given an Mrs. Theo Rudd and Mr. and
installation allowance of $25 if your appliance dealer Mrs. Robert Roddenberry.

t receives your order between February 1st and March 31 sf. Dan and Rossie Mann of Jacksonville -
But that's not all! visited brother,
""s Burl Caraway and other relatives -

SwitIwa/i 'rtbrvsry Marcs frw lance type U wwlau. tkttrk... Keep him interested in .asking, "What's for dinner?" Sunday
Cook the traditional man's favorite-beef pot.rout-with
and .
WATER HEATER save $25 new seasonings. Try this unusual man-tested recipe certain Mr. Willie Quigg has retired
RANGE OVEN and save $25 to please him.:There one ingredient i hell never guess. Seven-Up, and Is making his home with a
w BOTH and save . . $60 with its natural l lemon and lime oils, is the secret to the subtle brother, Eddie Quigg. Willie
bright flavor. spent the last several yean
: This distinctive meat dish deserves the simplest of
'i. accompa working near Branford. We are j
niments. Serve it surrounded by hot buttered noodles. happy to have Willie back with I Ius.

Contemporary Pot-Roail -
4 to 5 pounds beef pot-roast 2 bay leaves
(chuck) 2 tablespoons 1f, / 1 tablespoon shortening 1 tablespoon brown sugar
2 large onions sliced 1 teaspoon salt 'Marriagmay be inspired

", .,:its:._::- GrB|: : H718 POWER CORPORATION 1 clove garlic minced 3 tablespoons catsup by music, soft 'words and per
*..H_tntnow e name c_ 2 bottles ((7018. each) 7-Up V4 cup raisins fume, but its security manifest
meat on both sides in melted shortening. Add onion, in work considerationand
rarhc. 7-Up and bay leaf. Cover and cook slowly for about 2
hours. Add remaining ingredients and cook additional 30 minutes well fried bacon."-
., to 1 hour or until tender. Serve with hot buttered noodles. Douglas) )Meador Matador
I Makes 8 to 10 servings. (Tex.) Tribune.MANY .

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