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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (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).
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VOLUMN 66 NUMBER 28 CBAWFORDVILIE FLORID THURSDAY. March 11. 1965 ::i

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ARMY ENGINEERS SERVING( DIXIE I LILY MILW16 CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN I GRAIN PROGRAM SPORT FISHING THE UPPER ROOM NOW

U. S. HUMAN NEEDSThe COMPANY -4/ ON BAR BUILDING ,BEFITS DETAILED The Panacea Unit of the St. IN GERMAN LANGUAGE -H

The Dixie Lily M+H I Marks National Wildlife Refuge
Tampa Tallahassee March 3 Nashville, Tennessee A new
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers ling Company, largest company Florida Bar, statewide, ThfA\'Is. ;; towers who participate will in opened to sport fishing on March edition of The Upper Room in
is >l>. 1365: feed
which cooperating of IU kind in the"soutji and one tion of lawyers and judges, Ive< grain program 1, 1965. Only that area between the German language has been
P '! with other engineering and Industrial bu- definite advantages over the Medart-Panacea andSopchoppyMashes
of the largest family-owned nounced today that a ,' announced by the Rev. Dr. J j.
groups in the annual observance in the United States ,avers who elect not to parti- Island high- editor of The
sinesses : Manning Potts
to raise funds for a headquartr"r" f
of National Engineers'Week will be headed by William C. building has gone over the M It Pl. ate according Mr Moore Stabil-, wayssouthof Otter Lake will be Upper Room, bi-monthly inter- 7 i t s

Ira living, working sym- ( Bill) Webb and Charles M. with $604,500.00 in pledg ,.Chairman, Agricultural open. Both Otter Lake and Alligator denominational devotional pub-

bol of the theme for this year'sobservance Webb, sons of the late Cecil M. and gifts from members. / cs';.'joiition and Conservation County Lake (proper) will also lication which is read across the
r > First he explain-
"Engineering Webb, who founded the organ- The campaign was |av mmittee, be open to sport fishing. The world. "There has been much
Needs". For in no begin-4 Ihtt, the diversion payment earn- {
For Human ization. December 1963 St. Marks and Wakulla Units demand for a German edition,
,
'i \ farm's 1965
1 the
lot
does reducing
other engineering activity "The policies of the Dixie nounced goal of $565,000 IL,r, will open to sport fishing one said Dr. Potts, "and we are now
Veage of or grain sor-
the "human aspect applyso Lily Milling Company will remain I the construction and furnishingof com month earlier this year on April meeting that need. "

clearly as in the Corps' pro- the same. The officers The Florida Bar Center on the tfiun, assures the participating 1, 1965, to provide greater fish- The new German edition is

gram for the development of and directors intend to put in Apalachee Parkway near the grower/ of a substantial income Ing opportunities to interested named Wegweiser, meaning
diverted regard-
the nation'jwaterresources, and operation the programs and plans Center in Tallahassee.Bar frc-m the acres, anglers. Signpost. The first issue is to
Capital flood insects
In no other engineering activity lek of drought, shall be in accordance 1965.
for expansion which my father president Chesterfield H. Sport fishing be dated March-April It
does thep i'ance planning encompass initiated and which were in the Smith Lakeland said, "We hail, or crop disease. with all state regulations brings the number of editions of :
the
,
of
also true price-
This is I
so many complex pro- process of being implementedat are extremely proud of the response which is made subject to the following The Upper Room to a total of

blems. the time of his death, said by the lawyers and judges support payment In 1965to Ion special conditions forty-two which are distributedin

America's rapidly expanding Bill Webb who will assume the of our state to this need fora the acreage planted of the feed 1. All areas will be closed to 120 countries with a total circulation -
population, its rising level of title of president.The headquarters build one or more sport fishing on October 15, in excess of three mil-

living, its enormous production statement was echoed by permanent" grains- no matter what disposi- 1965, except that area south of lion. This is said to be the lar-

requirements its increasingly Charles M. Webb who carries ing.William! Reece Smith, Jr., tion Is made of the crop is the Highway 372 on the Panacea gest circulation of any religious j

complex and Inter-related economy the new title of executive vicepresident Tampa, served as chairman of price-support payment assur- Unit, and it will remain open publication of its type. ARTHUR M. TULLY, SR.

its spreading cities and of the operation. the committee with ed.And until December 31, 1965. The new Cerman edition is being -
suburbs, the enormous demandsof Helen M. Webb, widow of campaign from co-chairmen third, price support is 2. Fishing will be permitted published in Nashville temporarily Funeral services were held Fri-

defense all of these place Cecil M. Webb, continues in around assistance the state. available through loans and pur- one-halfhourbefore sunrise until but will eventually emanate day for Arthur Monroe Tully,

almost inconceivable demands the post of secretarytreasurerof chases on the participatingfarmer's one-half hour after sunset from Germany. The Sr. 82, who died Wednesday
Plans for the new building, a 1965
upon its second most basic resource the Dixie Lily Milling Com- Williamsburgstyle entire productionof seven days a week. Spanish and U. S. English edi- morning, March 3rd, at his
air. But unlike air, twostory, the feed grains.Furthermore 3. All boats and fishingtrot home InMedart InWakulla
pany, a position she has held structure were drawn by JosephN. sport tions likewise are published in y
the Chairman
water varies in its availabilityfrom since the days she and Mr. Webb Clemons ALA Tallahassee lines must be removed at : Nashville. All other editions County.A .
to place and from added if the farm operator requests the close of each day's legal native and lifetime residentof
place started the then fledgling com- architect. Bids will be openedin of I with the exception of French,
time to time. pany in the late 1930's. Tallahassee March 18, and it an advance payment fishing hours. Russian, and Hungarian are pub- Wakulla County, Tully was
Our of water is not one-halfofthe estimated diver- 4. Boatswith motors prohibited.Pole engaged In the lumber business
quantity In addition to the above officers construction is expected to begin lished in the respective coun-
the problem. The water pro- who also serve on Dixie sion payment will be made at and line; rod and reel; artificial tries. The French edition is for many years. He was a member -

blem arises from' the fact that Lily's board of directors, two The in April.Bar Center will provide the time signing up or as soon baits permitted. published in Haiti;the Russian in of the Crawfordville Meth-
after that time.
the nationalwater supply is sel- new directors were elected! for the administrativestaff as possible Sweden; and the Hungarian, in odist Church.
dom distributed by nature in John Boswell White of Spartan- offioes editorial offices for The Growers take part in the feed Canada. There are ten editions The Rev. Jesse Baker officiated -
to suit man1 changingneeds. of grain program by diverting at and four in for the final rites at 2:00P.
ways burg, S. C. and Bart Peaden Florida Bar J Journal and expanded of the farm's RICHARD BONYATA published in India
20
least Craw-
the
Consequently, the nationmustalter Jacksonville, Fla. facilities for the Bar's percent TRANSFERRED the Philippines. M. Friday from
base into an
and adapt natur- White is founder, presidentand legal feed grain acreage fordvllla Methodist Church.
al circumstances to human requirements chairman of the board of disciplinary continuing approved conserving use and Tallahassee This week RIchard Burial took place in Crawford-

so as to keep water White Bag Company of Spartan- education programs. carrying out other provisions of Bonyata transferred hereto ville Cemetery, with J. A. Cul-

out of places it is not wanted, burg S. C. and Charlotte, the program. If more than the the headquarters of the Nat- M.f.f.'HASHAMBURGER ley and Sons Funeral Home in
and provide it in acceptable in the businessof minimum acreage Is diverted, a SUPPERMrs. charge.
N. C. engaged ional Forests in Florida announced -
quality when and where It is manufacturing bags. NEWS ABOUT higher rate of payment will ap- R. Tully is survived by three sons
paper Forest J.
wanted. He is president and board chair- SOCIAL SECURITY ply. Maximum diversion is SO Riebold. As a Supervisor Forester in the Fred Keightley entertained A. M. Tully, Jr. Medart, C.

Responsibility for w ate r-resource man of White Brothers, Inc. percent of the farm's feed grain her Junior M. Y. F. children W. Tully, Crawfordville, and'i. '
Timber Depart-
development in the and its subsidiaries of Spartan- Within the recent few weeks base or 25 acres, whichever is Management forseeding with a Hamburger Feast Sunday Walter Tully, Medart; two daughters -
he will be
ment responsible
United States is shared by many most workers in the Big Bend larger. afternoon at the Crawfordville Mrs. Cecil Forbes
burg, S. C. engaged in the and timber ,
Federal agencies, the 50 states, mill industrial i supplies area got a Form W-2 from their The minimum rate of paymentIs planting the National Methodist Church. They had Crawfordville, and Mrs. John-
stand on
improvement
various regional and local gov- field. He is vice president and employers. This form is a based on one-fifth of the Forests In this State.A charcoaled hamburgers and all nie Gibson, Jasper; 11 grand- i I
statement of their salaries or cotrty's total : "'.upnoitrate the trimmings. All the M.Y.F.
price
and a broad children and two
emmental-eoltitlel great
director Inc. paid'children. .t I
ofWhlteBearings! native of Iowa, BonyitJ received :
1963 and the amountof loan rate but
of and wages for (the county plus children were present one.
range quasi-public private of Charlotte N. C. and a a Bachelor of Science
of taxes withheld. I the price-support payment rate). Those attending were Ann Ma- Pallbearers
enterprises, but because member of the advisory in from Iowa were John Pigott,
group
For 9 out of 10 earners, A one-half the total degree Forestry this Pam Oliver Sarabeth Mor-
wage higherrate ( Pearce
ide
its social taxes of 3-5/8 rate for the coun- rison Kimmie Lee Greg
security price support Dykes, Clinton
embracing affecting virtuallyall Pea den of Jacksonville ,includes severalasslgnmentsin George Harper, Pigott,
were taken out of the to diversion between professional caree Keightley, Mark Miller, Bruce
problems and uses of rivers, has been employed by the Dixie percent ty)applies the National I and Frank Johnson.
lakes and coastal first $4, 800 of their earnings.. 20 and 40 percent of the base. Porter, Mark Oliver, Tim Smith,
major areas, Lily Milling Company In the Forests in Florida, the latest being Mr. A. M. Tully's grand-
of the baseis and Richard Pelt.
Walter Kehoe district manager If 40 or more Mark Knight
percent
the Corps of Engineers is the management capacity for 16 District Forest Ranger of the father, A. P. Tully, gave the
of social security in Talla- actually diverted, the higherrate Jed Oliver was sick and could
principal Federal water resource years, and is a native floridian. Wakulla District at Crawford- land that is now the Crawford-
hassee that to the entire acre- not attend.
suggests applies
agency. William C. (Bill) Webb and every ask ville. ville Cemetery to the Craw-
worker should occasionally diverted.
The Corps' program involves Charles M. Webb have been age file Dick Bonyata, his wife, Marl- fordville Methodist Church.
fora statement of earnings cre- Farm operators may appli-
planning, design, constructionand active in the Dixie Lily Milling dited to his social security ac- cations to take part in the 1965 lee, and their three children, After the records were destroyed -

maintenance of waterwaysfor Company all their adult lives. count. This statement can be feedgrain program at the ASCS Becky, Chuck and Betsy, now In a Courthouse fire, A. M.

navigation, flood control, Bill Webb lives in Chipley, flo- compared with personal records, County Office The signup per- live at 301 Inglewood Drive. NEW BUILDING TO Tully then again deeded the

hydroelectric paver, domesticand rida, where he has headed the such as the withholding tax iod extends through March 26. BE CONSTRUCTED property to the church. The
industrialwater and first person to be buried on this
water west Florida, west Georgia,
.upplr' form to be the social security -
sure
conservation Alabama areas for the sprawling record Is correct. It'. MRS. A. L. PORTER IN Mr. and Mrs M. B. Waller site was son of A. P. Tally's,

control, and recreational uses. company. even more important for the ANNOUNCEMENT FROM HOSPITAL AT ROCHESTER, Albany, Ga. have purchased buried in 1888.

The current Federal budget for Charles M. Webb lives in Wil- worker to do this if he has held POSTMASTER MINNESOTAMrs. a tract of land just lout! f Panacea -

these Corps activities amounts liston, Florida, and has been in several different jobs during the on U.S. 98 and plans call

toabeudl.2 billion a year. It charge of the Dixie Lily operations Postmaster D. Peyton Yon today Hazel Porter is improv- for a modem building i I to be CARD OF THANKSWe

has been growing each year, in Florida, Georgia and year.Kehoe said it is very easy to said he had just been In- ing after a heart operation Fri- constructed in the very near fu-

and if the conclusion reached by the Carolinas. get this statement from social structed by Postmaster General day, March 5th. The aurtic ure. The business is to be operated would like to take this

the Senate Select Committee on The huge Dixie Lily Milling security. His office has a pre- John A. Gronouski to extend all valve was replaced with plastic by the Wallers and they portunity to thank op-for
National Water Resources a Company manufactures more valve. to handle gifts, all kindsof everyone
to students plan
addressed post card used to requests cooperation possible the kindnesses shownduring -
couple of years ago is correct than 60 products, distributed bya wage statement. Future educators, bankers, and other Bob Porter, her son, returned jellies, candies, etc. They many the of beloved

and Corps experience in the ri- vast fleet of trucks throughoutthe social security payments will be volunteers In promcting and servicing home Tuesday night, but Judge will also have a snack bar. Arthur Monroe passing our Sr.

verbasins bean it out the nation southeast. Tampa is the based on the wages posted to the I the Treasury's School Porter remains there with her. Many other items will be sold The Tully words, of
comforting
will have to double its reservoir home of Florida's only grits mill. worker's account. For this reason Savings program in Tallahassee, We all hope for her speedy recovery that interest tourists and home food, beautiful flowers, gifts and

ca pacity to meet the water Their Pine Mountain, Georgia, it'.Important for the wagesto Florida. and she will be remem- people alike. sympathy cards
were
so greatly
resources demands expectedby plant is one of the few mills in be correctly reported and cre- "lam pleased to carry cut Mr. bered In our prayers. The real estate transactionwas appreciated.

1980.In the country using waterpower.Other dited. Cronouski's instructions, he handled by Steve Revell May Cod bless each of
their Dixie Lily plants are located Real Estate. you
carrying out planningand To get the post card form or said, "because any program
tasks the Ar- inWilhston Jacksonville, SENIORS The A. M. Tully Sr. Family
development for other information, write, which stimulates young Amer- SPONSORING. ,
my Engineers are guided by the Miami, Chipley, South Bay anc call, or visit the social security icans to save these days, is for TALENT SHOW
President's policies, first enunciated Orlando, Florida; and Trenton, and for
the
of The
office at 306 West Jefferson St., the good country Sehibn are passing i the
by the late President Dawson, Camegie, and Damascus Tallahassee. A representativefrom themselves. word around that they are v ss

Kennedy and affirmed by Presi- Georgia. this office will be at the The School Savings Program soring a Talent Show. Everyone spon-- s

dent Johnson. The objectives of Courthouse in Crawfordville the during World War II, he noted, Interested in displaying their

the planning programs for the ELMER N. SNYDER IN 2nd Friday of every month at9i30 provided one of our most effective talent on April 9, 1965, will 7
"
development of water and relat- TRAINING OPERATION A.M. to assist persons In instruments for teach ing please get In touch with Virginia

ed land resources is as stated In filing a claim or wanting other thrift and good citizenship. Timmons or Margaret Kittrell. '

the Senate Document No. 97, Silver Lance (FHTNC) Feb. information concerning social adequate supply of Savings There will be a Junior and a senor rs gy saa/ '

of May 29, 1962 It says in 26 Marine i Major Elmer N. security matters. Stamps and books and promo- division.We .

part, "Well being of the people Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. tional material, he said, will be I hope everyone will enter.
!
shall be the overriding deter- B. Snyder of Panacea, Fla. il on hand to meet the needs of the

minant In considering the best participating Feb. 23 March students and the community in

use of water and related land 12 in a major fleet training operation SOClAL'SECURlTfINFORMATION carrying out the Stamp Consignment IT' S' A DANCEThe
resources. Hardship and basic called "Silver Lance"off plan.

needs of particular groups within the coast of California while The Stamp Consignment plan, Freshman Class of Craw- st
the general public shall be of "Do I have to report social eased
serving with Headquarters Bat- has in the past greatly the fordville School is -
High
for sponsoring
concern, but care shall be taken talion, First Marine Division, security benefits I receive burden borne by our school sys- a dance on Friday, March V t'
avoid resource use and development myself and my family i on my
to Calif. tems. The plan eliminates the
Camp Pendleton, 12 1965 from 7:00 P.M. til
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federal income tax return
for the benefit of
a under the direction financing problems of the school
The Crawfordville
operation, 11)30 P. M. at the
Walter Kehoe district
few or the disadvantage of many.In of managerof which
of the Commander savings program our Lunchroom. Muciswlll be furnIshed -
particular, policy requirements the First Fleet, is providing extensive the Social Security Administration schools have had to handle. "The Taconics".
that his office by
and guides established by reports
training in every facet Prices are Stag 504 and Drag
has received calls from
the Congress and aimed at assuring many
of Naval and amphibious social beneficiaries 75*. All students from grades 7
security ,
that the use of natural
units are receiving -
fare. Participating 12 invited to attend.
through are
resources, including water resources training In strike, antisubmarine asking this question. RACE TRACK FUNDS

safeguard the interestsof mine and counter- Many people in Wakulla Coun- MAILED TO COUNTIES ---
all of our people shill be ob- anti- a ir and electronic ty receive benefits for retirement ;.- ..
mine
Mrs. Thomas D. Head Field
served. or disability, or as survi- Tallahassee State Comptroller ,
warfare. von. The ages of beneficiariesvary Ray E. Green said today Advisor with the Girl Scout FLORIDA VEGETABLES TO LONDON Florida fruits and

"Silver Lance" involves more from small children to the checks; for $52,000 are being Councilof Apalachee Bend, has vegetables are being shown at the United States Fruit and Vegetable ,
CANCER MEETING HELD than 60 ships and 50,000 Navy elderly. mailed to each of the 67 counties returned fromAtlanta, Georgia,

LAST MONDAY NIGHTThe and Marine Corps personnel. Kehoe states federal law requires as their share of the March where she participated in Pro- Exhibit, U. S. Trade Center, In London. The Trade CenterIs

during the operation the bat- that Income received In racetrack tax fund distribution.The fessional Training at the RegionVI sponsored by the United. States Department of Agriculture
Wakulla Unit of talion Is providing administrative each National Branch Office, Girl
County the form of social security bene- comptrollerreported
Agricultural Service. of the
communication and reconnaissance Scouts of the U.S.A. Foreign Here shown inspecting a part
the American Cancer Society fits should not be reported on county; has received a total of
metatthe Florida Power Loungein support to the tea the federal income tax return. $154.000 thus far this fiscal shipment are [left to right) Douglas Stark Director of Perishable

Craw ford lie at 7:30 on assault force.SPEND This Is true whether the benefits I year. This U a $22,000 Increase "Unless get Merchandising Trans World Airlines Inc., San Francisco; J, S,
can your
March 8, 1965, with 11 present.Mr. are received for retirement or over the same period durIng you
O. E. Hendrickson, Crusade disability or by survivors.A the previous fiscal year. problem stated In leas than Peters Orlando, manager Membership and Industry Relations

Chairman, discussed his representative from the Tal- 10 words, you don't under- Division, Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association, coordinator: and

plans for the annual drive. TO SPEND-The lahassee Social Security Office stand it yourself."-Robert
Cut-down milk cartons and disposable Chris Erneston, West Palm Beach Wholesale produce distributor
Mr. J. M. Cwin was appointed will be at the Courthouse in G.r Campbell, Lititz (Pa.)
Education and Fund Chairmanof Department of Agriculture Crawfordville the 2nd Friday of aluminum frozen food trays Record-Express. whose facilities were used for assembling the shipment The
estimates that farmers' Incomes make serviceable"flats" for starting
special and advance gifts. every month at 9:30 A. M. to seeds "The lowest ebb U the quality vegetables shipped bore the state's SunFLAvor brand
from
for 1965 will total new plants Indoors or ,
wassetfor March: 29 a, special 1965, at meeting 7i30 P.M.for about $12.6 billion. The de- assist want persons ing other In filing information a claimor slip, : They're easy to handle and turn of the tide."-Fred W. Air shipments leaving Florida are packed in the master container

regular crusade kickoff for the partment's own budget I I. concerning social security matters can be discarded when the plants Grewn Edgewater (NJ.)! shown and reach overseas destinations within a few hours.

week of April 2nd to the 10th. more than half of that. are ready. to be moved to pots ormtdoars Bergen Citizen. 4









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2 THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT r I BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, WAKULLA COUNTY, NOTICE
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THURSDAY March n. 1965 ; OF FLORIDA IN AND fOR FLORIDA LIST OF WARRANTS DRAWN ON GENERAL. FUND.

VAKULLA COUNTY. IN March 1 1965.
rIa. CHANCERY NO 1318. SI'ECIALSFRI.., SAT. !MON. AND .TUES.:
TALLAHASSEE FEDERAL SAVINGSAND Willard Carter, $179. 32j; Ralph Strickland, 188.00; George Young,

WAKULLACOUNTY LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corp- 184. 75; William D. Walker, 184.751 John Davis, 200.00; Moody
I oration organized .na eilstIng Pearce, 400.OOj; Emmett C. Ferrell, Jr. 351.21; J. M. Gwln, SPECIALS

NEWS under an Act of v,. .re.., 382.28; Newman Harper, 188.00; Sheryl Ferrell, 169.75; Margaret -

FOR RENTr Three bedroom Plaintiff W. High, 169.75;" Johnie Limbaugh, 184.75j; Lois P. Willis,

WAUnl 11311 house Call WA 63436. vs.PHYLLIS 184.75; J. H. Ibdson, 94.00; Dorothy E. Nazworth, 8.37; W.
Ttlrphiw M. SPEARS MICHAEL May Walker, 4.62; Hugh M. Taylor, 4.62; Ben C. Willis, 4.62; Instant MXUILL; HOUSE

DOYLE SPEARS BARBARA LYNN Cutye P. McCord, Jr 4.62j; William D. Hopkins, 6.16j; Harry

:. EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE SPEARS RICHARD SPEARS and Morrison, 4.62; ivey *,. Cox, 5.55j; Helen Bosenberg, 12.95; R. COFFEEIODz.
any unknown heirs devlseea W. Ervin, III, 25.00; U. R. Lawhon, 120.77; N. S. Brown, 120.-
Virginia KticMltjr Edit** Amazing new liquid plastic legatees and grantees of 77; George L. Harper, 550.00; Mrs. George Nesmith, 100.00;
coating used on all types of ,Sidney D. Spears deceased
Jimmie B. Dykes, 60.00; L. D. Taylor, 323.33; Ray E. Green, 51.29F
surface interior or exterior. and EVELINA SPEARS and NAMON
;...d Kl,htlyMS '1'nbllabee Eliminates waxing when applied SPEWS her husband Comptroller, 185.471 OASI Fund 107.36; American Heritage Ira.,
>SBUSSI* I Tile Defendants 35.42; Witholding Tax A/C, 134.85; Raker Lumber C Building
on Asphalt Vinyl,
Filtered at CrawfordvllU.i Florida" Linoleum Vinyl Asbestos, I NOTICE OF SUIT Sup 2.06; Talquin Electric Coop. [nc. 1.00; WakuUa County
Ib.
News, 75.00 Fla. Microfilm Corp., 59.00; Gibson Business Mach- grade "A" 29c
Suburrip Hard ; ,
a* sccoml class wsttcr Wpod, and Furniture. : TO RICHARD SPEARS A MINOR,
Completely eliminates paint- WHOSE LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE IS ines, 45.00; Fla. County Judges' Assoc., 25.00; J. H. Hudson,
lion rat: $3.00 per year 165.10 19.50 Capital Office Equip. Co.,
ing when applied to Wood, 3432 TAMPA STREET HOUSTON. ; Pitney-Bowes, [Inc. ;
Metal Concrete surfaces. TEXAS: AND TO ALL UNKNOWN 18.28Gibson; Business Machines, 14.85; Gen. Office Equip. Co. ,
or HEIRS DEVISEES. LEGATEESAND 29.14 Bowen Co. 1.67 Fla. Power Corp., 2.57; W. S. IIIkJI CENTER CUTS. LB
This finish is also recommended ; Supply ; . . 89Q
GRANTEES OF SIDNEY O. Schley, 140.00, Ann Moore, 9.00jAnnle; Cray, 75.00; A. W. McKenzie -
for boats and
mobiles.NO. auto- .SPEARS, DECEASED. AND PER- 128.27; W. P. McKenzie, 127.12; Ray E. Green, Comp- Hull BUTT END. . LB. . . 59

SONS CLAIMING BY. THROUGH OR troller, 23.40OASI; Fund, 21.21; County Development! Authority, ( Ill! I SHANK END. .LB. L
COMPETITIONAs UNDER THEM: 15,000.00. . . . !! .
You are hereby notified
these are exclusive formulas that the above.nased plaintiff LIST OF WARRANTS DR, N ON THE ROAD G BRIDGE FUND.

in demand by all businesses I filed a complaint on C. W. Pelt, 137.72; J. l larvey, 89.47; W. W. Oaks, 80.48; SIIT PREMIUM

industry and homes. February IS. 196? In the Carlton Harvey, 89.47, E. Roberts, 89.47 A. B. Spears, 74.- MEAT PIES Chick Turkey 4 for 99c
No franchise fee. Minimum Circuit C art of Wakulla 56; C. W. Allen, 74.56; r: Poscy 74.56 Louie Posey, 76.79; ,
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investment $7,000. Investment County Florida. for reform Homer Carraway, 74.i,< Wallace 74.94; G. Mathers, 74.-

I is secured by In- ation and foreclosure of deed and of sortgagi mortgage 56; Melton Cray, 74.56; y E. Green, Comptroller, 116.36; FAB Reg. 33C

ventory. Factory trained on the following-described OASIFund, 105.45; Amcr'; Heritage Ins., 8.99; H. T. Adams,

rr personnel will help set up property to- lt: 154.70; Strickland's Gul I. 1.60; Clinton Pigott's 'Garage, BORDENS lc

your business. Commence, at the Northwest 140.00; Seabrook Machin [Inc. 3.56; Fain Auto Parts, 88.81; Can BISCUITS 2 for

---, For complete details and corner of the Southeast Quarter H. C W. Company, 67.6 ilquin Electric Coop. 8.32; Vulcan
descriptive literature writes of Section 25. T2S.2 Materials Co., 35.00; I, ?r Lumber L Building Sup. 25.12 R. ,2 IBs. 25c
and thence South 5122.1 10 ; .
''If You Need. CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT feet run to the North boundary of P. McKenzie, 35.00. BANANAS . .
St. the right of way of State
S Office-Supplies CORP. 1828 Locust Road No 373: thence run in a LISTOFWARRANTSDRA/ THE FINE[ C FORFEITURE[ FUND.

Machine Louis 3, Mo. Southeasterly direction along Willie Lee CHOPPED TURNIPS. . 2CANS. ,19a
S Business 14t1123.NOTICE the North boundary of Meador, 6.501); .. R. Harvey, Jr., 5.10; Bill G. Strick-
e Office Furniture he right of way of sqidState land, 6.00; Frank Mathers, 5.50, Z. W. Revell, 6.00, Horace BORDONS
Road No 371, a distance
8ft or Call of 303.7 feet, thencerun Wilson, 7.50; Clinton Pigott, 5.75; Richard Bonyata, 5.10; Ellis
OF LEGISLATION North the distance off Tucker, 5.20; Ray Harper, 5.10; Fulton Harvey, 5.10; Jimmie MOOLO KOOLO DRINKS .10 CANS 99tf

RANEY WHALEY I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNS f feet North more boundary or lean of the to Dykes, 5.10-George; Core, 6.00; John Daniel, 5.10; Buck Miller,

Notice is hereby givenof SEA' of SEA' of said Section 6.00; Came C Fresh Water Fish Comm. 416.25; J. H. Hudson, METCALF FROZEN SEA fUODS

alCAPITAL intention to apply to the 1965 not: North run boundary Westerly of along said 202.00; W. R. Taff, Sheriff, 2,470.82.

OFFICE I Session of the Florida Legislature SE'4' of SE14 of said( Section
35.? the distance of 292, 3 SHRIMP BREADED 200Z.
EQUIPMENT CO. i for of relating $1.29BREADED
passage an act feet sore or less, to the STARS AND STRIPES
Sit South Adams StCorntr i to Wakulla County; repeal- point of beginning and containing
5 acres more or {/&E STARS Al STRIPES Of OUf FIAO WEIll
27261 Laws of Florida -
E. I'emscolaTALLAHASSEE. ing chapter less and being situated Inthe +
FLORIDA 1951, fixing the compensation LEN of BEk' of said Sec v DERIVED FAh$4A&Pvr/sgco.raKARMs/
Lion 25. T2S, R2WRefpried THE COAT OF AR/es fftOM&eO TO T1/oSI "*.
of the Clerk of the Cir- description: I FORE8EARS OFI SHRIMP 99 $:
cuit Court providing an effect sebeeE ncnswntsrON I __
at the Southeast --
Commence nu
ive datc.NOTICE corner of Section 25 Town I { WHO ONCE RESIDED :'
ship 2 South.. Range' 2 Wistwhich / WACRTNAMPYDN.NIRe 49
is marked by a con EM9.AND.L STICKS 502.
OF LEGISLATION crete monumeslt. and runthence ...
i,1
N 47" East : :
along the Suction line 95,2J! : -
J)
TO CON- BREADEd
WHOM IT MAY feet to the centerline II
CERNi Notice is hereby given State Road No. 173; thencerun OYSTERS 702. 49 (
of intention to apply to the 1965 North 54 <,7' 13" West
alorwg said centerline' .
Session of the Florida Legislature thence run _

for passage of an act relat- h"OObee5tJI 47" East FISH ROE lb.
to Wakulla 60. S3 feet to an Iron pipe 99c
repeal-
ing County;
on the Northerly rieht-of- .
I chapter 61-793, Laws of way line of said State Road DEVILED .
Florida, fixing the compensation 373 which is the point of l lS
of the Supervisor of Regis- beginning of beginning From continue said North point CRAB s in'box '- 99c

tration; providing an effective 00 56' 47" East, 272.85 feet IE u r D ar WE NOW HAVE A FULL lINE OF
to l thence
date. an Iron' papa: runSouth /
20* 13" East. tcAN5 S 1
;
! -- 487.9iJ feet to an iron M 5 .aIF BULK SEED & FERTILIZER
, pipe, thence run South 00 o. .
LEGISLATIONTO
LEON NOTICE OF sYS
EPTIC TANK 391 47" West 614. 15 feetto Es
SERVICE. the Northerly\ right-of-way 0. SHOP
WHOM IT MAY CON- 1 ine of State Road .373': ME rsl'SrErlpSfi LOCALLY AND SAVE
' thence run North 54O 27' 13" ERA-yUU
." lean OutRepair ( CERN Notice is hereby givenof West along said Northerly
I intention to apply to the 1965 right-of-way line. 596. 90 COAL FROM 1)IE DEEP .n .
: feet to the point of beginning Shop and Save at
.
I ," Session of the Florida Legislature The parcel contains 2300 FEET UNDER PIE AriAHTIt.THeee. cZ4.4v .
New Installation for passage of An act relating 5.0 acre*, more or nle ISA COAL Mr N C/Iris axATeti

The Best For Less, to Wakulla County; repeal ing and. Florida.You nvlng. WalsuIlvlCounty. off rue ISLAND f fe RKE.TOH NOVA PIGOTT'S STORE '
chapter 61-726, Laws of SC.OT7A ANpexrfHK 3-%MIIESONCXB OGe.w
Florida, fixing allow- are hereby required to :MFDART .
Telephone expense file your answer with the MONSY...
TjilLihassee ance for the members' of the Clerk of this and
Court
877-177 5 .., INVESTED IIV US.SAVIN6S SONDS nas 6tW1i toREDtJCATlON,
County Board of Public Instruction to serve a thereof
copy upon
lilt PI G :00) prr; ; providing an effective date. Ausliy Ausliy McMullen.O'Bry.n. FAMILY'SKtMITY RET/REMENTANDMArJYOP/ER HOBTHWH/ie PVR WE NOW GIVE PLAID STAMPS
POSES-
AND IT HA>G eit*&INTO OUR ECONOMY IN THE r&tM
Michaels Mr-
OF BANK DEPOSITS As H ElL AS//V DIE FORM OF PVKHASfS.EATING .
.
Gc hee Attorneys for Plaintiff -
P. O. Box J91 Tal I
lahasHio, Florida, not later
than the 29th day of March ,
GLUE'SSIOF 1963 \\ .I wet try I
Barber
Dees ShopFOUR WITNESS my hand and offlclal /

this Real day of of said February Court I P /' I
>
A. D. ISIS. M'' .
POINTS "; TOPICS .tL I

by: !Beatrice NI Moody Dunne Pearce i/I

a BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 Clerk of tho circuit Court NO JOB 76o

EARLY AMERICAN Wakulla County Florida \ ,..".. "I 1.nu Ian "n..I' Ilrrhm1nu
i:, .IKEMII I'KpVINdAI. : OPEN TIL 4t-2/25,3/4. II. IS.WANTED 1..1 101..10..1. ....",, end the j I
I.' VICIOKIAN 8:00 P. M. FRIDAYS ----------------- II."u.. ""h..1 A..a".n LARGE OX
I
HIKNITHRE AND BODY
%
BALANCE
HELP MALE OR .\ lllIrie i i. TOO SMALL
Phone 3S5-1222 GRADY WHITFIFLD: a measure ob Gael
FEMALE .tIt'rlotl Curb, hydnlle. are Sill'
;' 1901 N. Monroe St.t I HAROLD BALES-BOB CHRISTIE START A RAWLEIGII BUSINESS arc. oar,'lu..,. ccllnl"ees and

: TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Real opportunity now 1:1111I-. 'Iles. I'rll.I energyI'"Irin .
DEE COOK. Owner for permanent, profitablework I arc III,"le' 11(1( III simpler( '

in Franklin Co. or Tay- oilruurn r"nlainmg .ublance' PROFESSIONAL
.lh',1 alllinll acid., 'I 1 hey (proN
t lor Co. Write RjvJclgh, FAn
t''r/l" eel Ihr. 1I.1It'ri.! fur
220 29. Tcnn.St211,25,311,25,41. .
Memphis, ; r.Ih. and repair nl lis.un.

I h.luh..ruy. '.1.1 if there were PRESSWORK -
IIIIY our ".e/ ref ni Ide'. protein o I
---w might( l 10. rus .nlrrrd| 1".U i at the l; : ay ,
TallahaMe Business Pines lit.111. IIi l it. si",,,,',. |,r.lem' i is tlicissmlnl PRACTICAL '

stuff nf which. all living,
lissiu i. nii.K. hair null. skin _
1I1I.IIIIII'I'le! tissue iiinsist almostulirily

DIRECTORYPatomix II ,.f protein and,I w Her. PRICES .
I;,ils. made up cf simpler| | ma \ I
t, roil iillnl fitly acids pro\i.le;
These Advertisers ',,'rlot.y iiinl' art more slowly
niili/iil

P: \\ hilc proteins nil ht'! aw5rec


L! FRM ''I Little Folks Inc Store, O. I. GRAMLING mlir 1.,1)dlalr l ,liniperiturr\are\'if.,rk the lul. fan natural for and and maintaining( fuel for rarlmhy-fooil.mils mus- Call Us For Fast I


; 'FEEDSFlint mJ Major"The Capital for Minors" & CO. In ,
r 1 iiniiiinii an even balance
II[ Children'i furniture. Toy, tlu lioily riiiiriK| s carliohyilralc*. Layouts and Estimates!
I Games, Hobbies Olle-Stop Service for n" lIIII l proteins. plus certain

'' Baby Acettionti Feed Seed Fertilizer iiinii'r ils l Vitamin, and 'water
; River Mills 1133' N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Nutrition!; ixperN agree' that

1015 S. If""nn. J h. Z2J-0274 Poultry Supplies from .'.(Kill to 3,501caloric! r.t

",' 1 xlKtill. I In '.Ik,." into the Ixxlyi 1
Garden Tools uli 1r
day to iiuiiifiin a normal
> ..I'' body luluce
,t So Adam* at S.A.UK R. 11 shown liy atolls
.
: SUBEK & Crossing ) (IIIMIRlll: Offset and
JpH SON There Letterpress
....' arc certain foals! which
.: !. Phone 223-0173 lii\i, been il.siMuti.l( "must"
Seeds Fertiliser-Baby Chick I bn.1.| mil winch. ii taken daily Copy and

1 l' Ltykt Wngkt and KfgularI'vruittt I Farm Supplies in ;.1"11101'| ,'(|:iiniMinti.mmilnr give nf: rata thenionimtinl Design Experts ,

,' Block 1 I Cur Games and Woodward Sti. nis, mminU amiitainin* to

<.. :Hanson, Wood and Tel 222.8960BakerAlford tin hunlul 'y.II'III. 'I'hc e'must'
f,MM.1M! an milk egg( H. meat fruit
.: Hoel Ind. Inc.
potatoes' tiKetalilm" whole gram
f: .' S. Adam. St. at 4-Polnt Capital Stone Co. cereal and l bread l and butter or We pride ourselves in turningout

t' Tet. 222-6840 P. O. Box 6Ol reinforced margarine.
k .. Since 1908 II wise
is tit rtmemlicr to. quality'work and In
lint the end result of the hal meeting

; ..:.- -.. . MARBLE GRANITE ancrd diet i i for
us
.i BRONZE
: ; MruiKth' to perform well onen your

Co. MEMORIALS duly work Let your physician next printing order!
give' you a physical txamnution
'
,,' I Year:, 1 C. ..(.,. Work All : :
.. ." "Tk Parts Hotat" of Types each year lie is the OIK to deckle
'"4'':: 508 W. Gain* St.-T.I. 223-0719 whelm your laxly' U assimilating I
Int.I Anything for your auto truckor an ailujuate amount II I
. tractor. Also for your power Walter F. Buchan, Mgr tiC food! I Ii
, lawnmower, and much for your

t Iasssroaes sad Bondt boat . i i
.'. S. Ada'm 208 N Adams St. Ph. 222-3380
: I'J St.-Tel 222-4C80 Trailing with children usually FOR ALL YOUR
PRINTING
... r means picky fingcrprmU on cat NEEDS CALL i
f fF upholstery and
windows. Keep a
F: damp washcloth in a plaslic bag for THE WAKULLA. COUNTY NEWS' r I

! I II quick: hand-and.face cleanup after

cookie and ice cream cone
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THURSDAY.March 11._ 1965
Something Cooking-MMMM Good! \ .
HOMEMAKING r
US Everything
TAG OFFICE
OPEN SATURDAYS tfllM I I -- fi'M You'll

,; iil'
Tax Collector J. M. Cwm
of the county laid today that Need
his office would be open every -
Saturday morning until I
March 20. I IWhat'l
Ha said that he was taking II I
this measure so that those who 7:30 II I ate'
P.M.
work outside the county I A, 0. I. GRAMLIHG .
would be able to purchase EACH MONDAY
their auto tags prior to the II
deadline. WFSU-TV and Co. ,

Cwln urged everyone to get CHANNEL 11 ;1010 s. Adams Ph. 233-0173
their tags before the usual
seasonal rush that takes place Helpful household hints and recipes
the last few.days before the from Mrs. Marjone Hartman FEED SEED
deadline. .
Home Service Adviser
,
Tag sales so far have been
equal or above the number
sold in the same length of ..IIIWiIBII dW FERTILIZERPoultry
.
time a TirR. 1f>;q."LO..IDA- -/ i
year ago.
for dinner mom? Dad must hurry to a church board
meeting, junior has basketball practice and sis is Riving a dem- "
1:1: POWER onstration at the 4-11 club meeting No doubt you're looking fora Netting
Uourd of r CORPORATIONWhen quick dish that'll wholesome, too. .
W\UNINO-The Civil ServiceRetirement ""'" '.. .I.- -.....-. ,,,,- ,_. Ltt's share this delightful 1 secret about a very easy main dish. i
Actuaries of In fact, this ont Meat Ball Stroganoff is perfected especially
Fund reports that for the on-the-iro family The meat balls art plump 'n juicy be-
since, each federal pay raise we have feelings of cause rolled cook themselves oats kick in those natural juices and then they practically Feeders
in a savory tomato-onion ,
sauce
Increases, the fund liability I guilt wi- should recognize our Toss up a green salad to complement this flavorful utroirannfT
it will !K<> broke before 1990! past mistakes und humbly beg dish.-And serve informal buffet style tonight for family fun
tinier Congress! appropriated for God'lI forjnveness We CUll and ease on the cook. Waterers

billion more. The unfunded I rest assured that God, in His MEAT li\IL STlO.A\OrF
liability already approaches I infinite mercy, is always Makes B trrvmyi ,
$10 billion. ready to grant forgiveness to Meat Balls: Sauce:
4 I sinners 1-1/2 Ib. ground beef One 10-1/2-oz. can condensed Sprayers and Dusters
I 3/4 cup rolled oats (quick onion soup
I or old fashioned, 1 cup water Insecticides
uncooked) One 4-oz. can mushroom
1 teaspoon salt stems and pieces with :
1/4 teaspoon pepper liquid
1/2 cup milk 2 tablespoons tomato paste es
1 tablespoon all-purpuso I
flour ..
1/4 cup dairy sour roam
BABY CIIICKS
For meat balls, combine all I ingredients thoroughly; shape to "
form 21 meatballs, Brown in small amount of shortening in largo 'OMTO.I'EI'PWONION: PI.ANTSPUnfy

skillet.For sauce, combine soup, water, mushrooms with liquid and '
tomato paste Tour over browned meat balls Cover; simmer for J .f Parking SpICe I
30 minutes Combine flour with .' f"hI"I1"i 'i* cold vntir; add! to
GiVE1 sauce and simmer about 5 minutes or until thuk<'ned. lust before
o serving, stir in sour cream. Salve over hot buttered ike.If .


i I you keep grated cheese: in "It| may be a nun' world, fi'l /[
shaker-type jars in the refrigerator, we'll'
i' but ,, give' vm| odds| | t that
let it wam to
up room temperature .
,. .
,, ,
before using. It witl.hake.' out more 18 in his wife's' ? i. -
easily and the flavor will he en [f dlildon; Salinas\ ,alifhanced. I .1,
Monterey Count* NCWH.
. .

RED CROSS DEPENDS ON YOU --

26l4MAR'tSFerm3) -=-=
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When you give, the Red Cross


I can help those in need. They're

.
i on the job 24 hours a day helping ,


disasters and training COLORED TAGS ON EACH ITEM WILL SHOW YOU YOUR SAVINGS-UP TO

in safety skills. r 25% ON MANY ITEMS! THESE ARE EVERY-DAY LOW, LOW PRICES!

II'families I I I II II


Y rad.sh..r' oIle.e" .

21.30MAR'ISForm 31 24 'Inch f. f

/ w ..JI/-'ouwJ Iprong 41 '"ch.. WideRegular

THE RED CROSS NEEDS ware _.4 .4, .' 4 M ....,..w...10. I
er 1Mn..N.. ,...._ww.A/Il.d.. .
.. m .-o.d..... ..........'...of.l.l..... _.re 6.M'" 8 VieSQUARI -
VOLUNTEER WORKERS AS WELL ::,::..
,. ,.
"' ; hat FOOT
7 FEET IN LENGTH .I:1,;

AS FUNDS-NOW! I a.fU'. CASH $ 20 l "fMNIIN1"/NlJ1IlNSlvr/ CASHWAY7'2C


$1800 WAY 16 I"riJ--I'' tall.,.&.a....,..,.drua4..Wda.uM.w r" ..:::=: .l .

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.4. .d.I.M.M
,M'........d M.M.l.
RURALMAIL .".."..
BENZ-0-MATIC
I
c_. 'tIy

Dressed Up Muffins BOXES \\ Burglar-PROOF PROPANE CASHWAY Rei. '.6s

FOUR COLORS intxn. <..4.>..*?...hur r.FUEL

Regular CASH 1 .-.) :=::..':..=..-:.:::,';:: *1.48
$3.30 WAY $291 J 4 I .......-w....wlrw CYLINDER


2x4
TYPE HAWKINS WINDOW GUARDS
BROOM I FOOT LENGTHS
R.,. 72e
LAWN RAKES 3 HIGH ,':. CaihwayCaihway $5.22 RED
CASHWAY
4 HIGH r,1'; $6.98 CEDAR 11

.' CASHWAY 99c 5 HIGH Y:; Caihway $8.69 65e
;;.,; STUDS


.n TREATED
SPECIAL BUY! 2 4 x 6Va
HY-C ALUMINUM
Re,. SSe
s MILLER'S FALLS CHIMNEY COVERS FENCEPOSTS HWAYELECTRIC

#f2' KEEP RAIN OUT

'- -- _7''' m r N..aH.i,5 49c

Thuc'i nothing ordinary here' Oh,yes, that box of corn muffin SAW
I mix is rll'ol>al.ly an "old hand" u around your kitchenthat is, if Wail AVOID D.......
you really know how to streamline work and set fabulous! results. ii
Just l I"tter.ate how a hit of dressing up makes these corn muffins even 6% Inch .ELIMINATE............ UNFINISHED EXTENDED

To pliumevery member of the family would be quite a feat for Regular $49.95 Mr:II.s: REDWOOD LOUVERED
any mom, ,hut with Orange Glazed Uate-Nut Muffins you should Mpws..o
IH mile to come through with a big blue ribbon. Added to the (goodS ....
'n flavor of this mutlin mix are those favorites of everyone from
junior to dad peanuts and dates inside and a scrumptious CASH $3491 BLINDS
oranire glaze top. Mmm, so Rood!
\\owwatih them iro, glazed 'n hot from the oven It's a rood WAY
thing you've another box of Corn Muffin Mix in the cupboard, CHIMNEY COVERS u" x 17"
nioni. The family will I In- waiting on breakfast if you drop a hint
about serving Orange Glazed Date-Nut Muffins. Try them and see! FOR RAINY DAYS AHEAD! Re* 3.30

OIUM.E M.A/FD DUE-MIT! Ml..1:11S: Fit 818 list I.,. $3.25 CASHWAY $".73
Mates I{mcslinrn-.izcdm.Qina .
MHffiui: date: Fit 1318 list *.?. $10.75 CASHWAY $'.<>8 $ 97 OTNI MAC*
One 12-ox. f\tg.\ ((2 cups) 2 tableipoons brown sugar 2 laD
FlakoCorn Mutlm Mix 1 tablespoon orange juice
1/3 cup chopped pitted dates 1 tablespoon honey
1/3 cup chopped salted

1 egg peanut DAILY 7:30 TO 5:39:

2/3' < at cup oven jnillcIJ to hot 400F.). Grease medium-sized muffin cupi.ii'Pty Richard'OPEN I WAY TIL ONLY
'- contents of package into bowl; stir in dates and pesnuti. ,
.
*"'l.I'ICJe and milk. Blend only until dry Ingredients are mOistened.Fill .
greased l muffin cups half full. Hake in preheated oven

t for O.o'F.glaze) about, mix 15 together minutes all or inifredienU.until golden Brush brown.glue over hot ..W 2800 W. TENNESSEE "IT LAYS TO DRIVE OUT AWAYS" PHONE 222fS40WAKQLLA
WufTma. Serve Immediately



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CENSUS BUREAU MUMPS MAY BRINGCOMPLICATIONS SOPCHOPPY NEWS THURSDAY, larch 11, 1969270IMAR6SForm31

COMPUTERS PREPARE SALE I I

NEWS STORYElectronic .Mumps I is also called parotids Mrs. Myrtle Marshall and her

computers at the being a swelling of the brother, Waldo Brown, Mimes
parotid i gUnds These the Brown of
and
are Reba Eli/abeth
U. S. Department of Commerce's CONTINUESWe
large salivary glands in frontof Eattpoint Fla. vl .ited the
Bureau of the Census
.
the ears.Mumps
Browns Monday after-
Ralph on
retail trade data
are extracting is an acute viral
about each county\ In the United .are now in infection of sudden onset Although noon.
States from tabulations of the more common in cluldrin Sunday visitors a* the Walter
1963 Census of Business, insert- our 40th year of mumps occurs fairly oftenamong Harms home were their daughter v A
Ing the figures In news stories, adults It is highly con and husband, Al]
Agatha,
typing out the stories at eye- sales and service.So contacts.tagious and spread by indirect Zanco, and two children, and

blinking speed, and addressinga Complications involvethe several members of the Norman
story to each one of 16,000 we arecelebrating central nervous may system the Cox family of Tallahassee.Roy .
news outlets in the Nation's mammary (breast) glands In
3,000 counties now either sex, and the sex glands. Revell, who is in Navy w
Three elements are used to Most persons with mumps recover Service, and will be going over-
produce these "machine-made" with all time fully, unless complications seas soon, spent the weekend
news stories ((1)) Statistics for occur. As an aid to prevent recently with his wife and fam- triEtd
1958 and 1963 on number of establishments low prices!III!! complications, the patient i ily, who are making their home
should remain in bed until advised
their kind of business Mr. and Mrs.R. .
with Roy's parents,
otherwise even thoughhe
and location their sales
LOT NO 1 feel well. The principal P. Revell.Mr. .
may
volume employment, etc. I E
This i information is stored in m N. Adams n m.3211 complications mumps orchitis in the adult In which maleis and Mrs.; Ralph Brown attended I i. ,..

machine "memory" and is part 1963 Impala $2095 there is swelling of the sex the Wakulla County Unit
of the process of preparing the door hardtop nd fc white gland. I In severe eases, orchitis of A. C. S. at the Florida Power
1963 Census of Business reports. VI automatic tranimlialon, radio may result in sterility.The Lounge in Crawfordville on Mon-
((2)) The names and addressesof and heater incubation of mumps day evening.Mrs. .
the newspapers and broad- 1963 Chewy II $1895Nova averages 18 days and the first
casting stations, coded county- Super Sport with radio.. symptom is usually fever fol- Florida Roberts spent the
by-county. ((3)) A set of instructions heater. and standard trammts.don. lowed l by swelling of one or weekend at home and returned
which cause the com- both of the parotid glands. The Monday to Tallahassee to be
1962 Jeep $1295Station
the disease Is
virus causing
puter to select statistics con- wheel' drivewith near her brcther, Clyde Morri-
Wagon
off in droplets from the
cerning each county, print the standard shut radio and month given or nose of the afflicted son, who remains seriously ill!
statistics at the proper points ina heater. in Memorial Hospital.
during the time theglall.l
person
1962 Falcon $995
news story, and address the
art enlarged and for
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harms of
Xdoor radio heater Jet black
story to each newspaper or with WSW tires, i real sharp a hurl piriod before enlargement Riviera Beach, Fla. are spend-
broadcasting station in a coun- ran. this week with his mother,
ing
ty.The 1963 Chevrolet $18954door Mumps i is always an uncom- Mrs. Annie Harms.CFNTrKPIrCt .
news stories, accordingly, Belalr VI radio heater fortalilc" affliction in that the o
and .ul..m.tio tran.minalon. swilling in front of the ears '
process emerge of as preparing by-products statistical of the 1963 Corvair 95 $1295 swallowing interferes with chewing and

reports from the Census of Busi- RamnaMe pick up truck As with all diseases and rl
1962 Comet $995standard
ness. Although the series will oilier health
problems
total more than 6,000 stories ihUU 4 door, radio atheater. physician directions should your be Need a Personal Loan ? '
before it is completed it will carefully followed.
1961 CMC $995
require no additional
person .
i, ton pick up.LOT .
nel. The
stories about retail
trade will be followed by a ser- NO. 2 OUTNUMBERED

trades ies of stories in each county.about service 1414 3 Monroe Ph 722 MM every 10,000 people in the TAX DEADLINE-APRIL 1 15The

.
The Census Bureau pioneeredin 1964 Chevelle $2495 United States there are 12 .:
the use of electronic equip- Malibu I door hardtop. radio, doctors, 11 lawyers and "
ment to tabulate data and to floor heater 327 engine 4 on the judges, 40 gas station workersand tr' '

prepare statistical tables, beginning 1963 Corvair.$1745 37 telephone employees," income tax deadline always has a way of creeping up

In 1951, but this is the Spyder convertible with I on says Rep. J. Arthur YoungerI '
first time such devices have the radio heater. nice.
floor :
Calif.) "but for the
been used to prepare news stor- a one owner real sharp auto I even though you are aware of it. Are you "down to your last
1962 Plymouth $1095Standard same 10,000 Americans there .
ries.The 130: federal civilian bu- -- .
following Item shift, radio neater are
was pre- dollar"as result of
unforeseen
a red buy a emergencies, sickness, acci-
the
Census Bureau reautrajs feeding at public
pared by a elec-
1962 Chevrolet $1695 : : : Make a
tronic computer and typed at trough.
colorful Easter table
10 lines per second. 4 automatic door Belalr'rani radio million.heater and Peter and Polly settingfor Rabbitby / dents or loss of work? If you need extra cash to pay your income

Cadsden County's 323 Retail 1961. Chevrolet. $1195 using pastel-tinted cotton
establishments had $31.0 mil- cosmetic balls for trees. The
lion in sales in 1963, an increase VI better I door automatic Belalr tranamlwlon with radio, Don't rinse the soap out of your" bunny cut-nuts. attached to tax, see us. A low-cost personal loan will let you absorb
of 19 percent from 1958. 37000 actual miles kitchen sponge You can have instant dyed hard-boiled onus. come
1960 Chevrolet. $1095 suds" for wipe-ups by merely in Paai Easter egg/ coloring '
The U. S. Bureau of the Cen-
the cost period of months. in and talk
over a Drop
sus has just reported after tabulating Parkwood Wagon. radio. VI and automatictranimtiMlon heater dampening the sponge again.s0000 kitsTAUflHASSEE over your

firms in data the 1963 gathered census from of bu all 1960> 4 Jeep wheel drive. .. metal. $895CJ tab requirements with us. You'll find us helpful and understanding.

siness. The last previous busi- li dnon aim hot better. Good
ness census conducted by the condition ,
Census Bureau, an agency of the BOTH LOT OPEN TILL 7 00 P.M. < THEATR: ES:
U. S. Department of Com- FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

merce Retail, was trade in 1958.in the county Famous OK Quality FLORIDA STATEWED. LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's

meant jobs (exclusive of proprietors 1-YearG-W Warranty
) for 959 men and women LONG TRADES- thru SAT.
and a yearly payroll of
EASY TERMS
$2.5 million.In Oldest
WED thru SAT
volume of business I the Bette Davis Joseph Cotton ,
county's food stores had salesof ALFORDCHEVROLET Olivia derUvilland Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

$8.0 million, an increase of HUSH. HUSH SWEETCHARLOTTE
22 percent from 1958. In other CO. Sophia Loren I I
retail business, the county's WE HAVE MORE 10
eating and drinking places had OFFLR: AT AUORD Marcello Mastrolanni -
sales of $765 thousand and Over 40 Years of EaimfylnfYour
Automotive Nude IMARRIACE ITALIAN STYLE!
gasoline service i stations had
sales 1 of $4.0 million. Auto
dealers and related retail trade e

establishments had sales of $6.7 "The music of the cold

million; general merchandise ceuHon background! counterpoint PIRIT HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
group stores had sales of $1.1
million: ; and lumber, building to the year-Ion sym- OUTDOOR OH WOODVILLE HWT.

materials, hardware and farm phony-the primeval, elemental ,
equipment dealers had sales of notes. Kath segment of
$1.4 million.For the calendar is a separate THURS. FRI. C; SAT. THURS FRI. C SAT

the state as a whole, the movement that with the
Census Bureau reported 53,293 others makes a complete
retail establishments with sales
i whole." Haydn S. Pearson DIARY OF A BACHELORand
of $7,609.7 million, 30
up per
cent from 1958. Litthfield (Tonn.) Knquirer. : SAIL A CROOKED SHIP 1

Census reports to be issued I and
during the next few months will SEX KITTENS CO '

give state and county figures on Maay homemakers think that TO COLlECE MUTINY on the BOUNTY t _viy'*w* *'
wholesale and service trades, peeling tomatoes for salads Is too \&t &"
Hp&j>?
manufacturing and mineral In- much work. The skins will slip oft< -*
dustries. easily if you give the tomatoes a \< <-
Figures on number of estab- quick dunking in boiling water before -
lishments and sales volume for storing them in the refngcra- ....J
? major types of retail establish- tor. Peel just before using.
; ments in. each county are provided a .
f In printed 1963
report -"
-:
Census of Business, Retail 1--- ---.1

Trade, Florida, Available at
$.55 from Superintendent of

DocumentsWashingtonD. C.,
20402and at U.S. Departmentof Star-spangled to
Commerce Field Offices.Accurate way

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