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Title: Wakulla County news
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Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
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VOLUMN 66 NUMBER :'le :32127 Pric We Per COpy-o
CRAWFOROVILLE I FLORID I THURSDAY March u. 1963 :::9



AGRICULTURAL SERVICE

FIVE NIGHTS WITH GOD REVIVAL STARTS '''WORKS FOR EQUALITY School Board votes To Consolidate Schools I


HERE SUNDAY AT METHODIST CHURCHThe Gainesville, March 3 The I Ii I u__ I "

i Florida Agricultural Extensior

Crawfordville Methodist Church will start a five night Revival I Service began working toward

Sunday evening, March 21, at 7:30 P.M. ,, the goal of removing all racia FALLOUT SHELTER At a special meeting held In

The Rev. Jessie Baker, pastor of the Crawfordville Church, announced discrimination in its program OCCUPANTS LEARN the Courthouse at 8:00 P. M. on

that the speaker would be the Rev. R. E. Rutland, who twoyearsbeforethe Civil Right SURVIVAL FIRSTHAND March 16, 1965, the School

is pastor of St. Paulo Methodist Church in Tallahassee.The law, according to Director M. Board voted to consolidate the

theme for the programs O. Watkins in a statement Issued Crawfordville and Sopchoppy
"Five Occupation of a fallout shelter High Schools.
is Nights With God' the today.Florida's.
public is invited to attend. Extension programswere for 24 hours gave some practical This action was taken on the

During this lenten season, inspirational included in a blanket critIcism experience last week to nine recommendation Superintendent -

messages will dc of federal and state agri- Leon and Wakulla County train- Whaley, who recommended -

much to bring into focus for the y. cultural programs Monday when ees in a shelter managementcourse. that a high school to be

Christians their duties and obli- I the U. S. Commission on Civil known as the Wakulla County

gations. I Rights issued a 150-page document The trainees carried on a variety High School be built In Medart.

Special music will be heard calling southern Negro of operations including More about this next week. J M

nightly by the adult and young farmers a "forgotten segment"of communications, radiation "I "
peoples choir. USDA-sponsored programs. checks on personnel, radiological /

Services will be held nightly "Although the report only fallout tests, adminlstrabor ,, '
at 7:30 P.M. desk and supply. ,
beginning Sunday reached my Tuesday morn-
through Thursday nights.UNEMPLOYMENT ing and I have had little time Their problems were compli- WORK BEING DONE

for close study, we have been cated by the airK-rl of three ON SCHOOL PLANTS 1. \
Panacea Sea Scents, ordered ,J
working on this problem for sev-
said. into the shelter by Central Con- County School Superintendent "
eral Watkins
DOWN "There years are some parts of the trol Center despite the fact that WilliamWhaley said today that '

law which have caused us tc food and sleeping t onditions the majority of the faults found

REPORTS SHOWTallahassee I n shift our emphasis in ending dis- were already over extended. by the Grand Jury during the recent -

crimination, but we are in the The week long course, which inspection of the school RADIATION CHECK Joe Butler, who has been "exposed" for

As a result c of correcting those few ended Friday, is offered by the properties was known to the purposes of the fallout shelter occupation, Is checked by Walter

the prosperity of the state am final process areas. Florida Institute for Continuing Board and himself prior to the Funderburk, radiation officer for the simulated disaster. This was

national economy most Florida "As far as the Extension Ser University Studies and is under inspection. one of a number of operations that the trainees in shelter manage-

employers will have a lower unemployment vice is concerned, no specific direction of Col. R. C. Whaley also said that he and ment carried on in their 24-honr occupation Wednesday.

compensation tax coordinator for the Board had .
taken from flo- Stewart-Sidney, started action on
examples were
rate this year than in 1964. DISTRICT I rida. A team did study other FICUS civil defense programs. many of them and that some 1I "r'r..

However, there will be some PTA CONFERENCEThe agricultural in three Instructors are Harry Hughey had even been completed.

employers with a high labor programs" Robert Culbertson: and Robert Whaley in discussing the con-
he
Florida counties pointed
,
turnover who will experience an District III PTA Confer Kohler. ditions of the school plants In

increase in rates. ence was he Id at W a kul la out.Watkins termed the report a Trainees are Daniel C. Blue, the county told this reporter

State Industrial Commission Springs Hotel, Thursday, March I study of "Extension as Joe L. Butler, Walter C. Fun- that some of the faults would ( i t
Chairman ]. D. Wright, Jr., programs derburk Jr. C. Larmar Jones have to wait until monies
11th, with John S. Pigott, Jr. they existed In the past." He were
said a good business year in president of Sopchoppy PTA, said it overlooks changes that Gary Kissinger, Maj. Alexander available before they could be 1w
1964 with rising employmentand and Charles S. corrected.The .
RIpingill
andWakulla County Representative have taken place within the last \
falling unemployment resulted to District III, in chargeof two or three in Florida. Schwenk, all of Leon County, writerasked to look at the l
in fewer benefits being years and Been Becton and Capt. W. budget figures for the school
arrangements.An
paidto Florida workers who lost Inspirational devotionalwas "One important factor" must be S. Schley of Wakulla County. year 196465.

their Jobs through no fault of given by the Rev. S. A. clearly understood, the direc-Ser- Panacea Sea Scouts sharing the It was noted that the budget
"The Extension
their own during the year. This Coxwell, First Baptist Church of tor said. the shelter were Cecil Robinson, called for $11,500 for main-

will cut the tax rate for many Crawfordville. Mr. William E. vice hasalways operated on Paul Sauls and Danny Robinson. tenance for the 1964-65 school

employers, effecting the lowest basic premise that its programsare year.It .
of Pub-
Whaley, Superintendent created when the people in
average tax rate in several lic Instruction welcomed the was also noted that through
,
need
each local area a
years. express January 31, 1965, a total of
Mrs. Cecil Mrs.
guests. Wright,
for them and are entirely
they
Wright said the new rates will Sanford Cook, Mrs.J. D. Turner $19,825.92 had been spent for

be mailed March 15 to the approximate and Mrs. Vernon Martin, voluntary."Extension work in the coun- WOMAN'S CLUB RENTALAt maintenance with all but 736."
fifty thousand em- 18 having been spent through
Crawfordville PTA
were in with local
ployers who are covered by the charge of registration. Mrs ties boards is of cooperative commissionerswho arecent Woman's Club December 31, 1964.

unemployment compensation George Walker served as hostess. pay part county of the salaries an d meeting, upon recommendationof At this time, $8,325.92 has

program. Generally employerswith Special guest of the confer- operating expenses. This fact the board and voted upon by been spent over the budgeted ... -. + ...Rc.z
fewer than four for the 1964-65 school
employeesdie amount
ence was the Honorable Ernest locally the membership, changes were
helps keepprograms
not covered. RATION LISTS PLANNED Fallout shelter management traineesC.
Wakulla made In clubhouse rental. Theyare year.It
Roddenberry, County the token
The minimum tax rate this of oriented. By same the following was also noted that of the Lamar Jones, left, and Boen Becton, work on ration lists for the
Legislator Sopchoppy.Miss reflect the local -
year will be the same as last Nelle Wright, Presidentof they are apt habitsand to 1. Active club members wit $11,500 budgeted for mainten group that spent 24 hours in a shelter this week. The occupationwas

year one tenth of one percent customs, mores. the ance in 1964-65, about 39\ part of a course offered by the Florida Institute for Continuing
District III, presided over the Watkins said there is no way a paid up membership may use
(.001)), which is set by law. conference. The program local county agent even club for themselves for their owi of this is salary. University
Wright said that the employeris Itwas also noted in
theme was "Lights on legisla- though Extension is a coopera- personal party may continue tc thebudgethat
only taxed on the first three tion". Mrs. Harold Chapman, tive program with the University rent for $7.50. $10,564.11 has been spen
thousand dollars of the wages or President Leon 2. Club house Is availableto that was not budgeted to replace
County Council of Florida and the federal! (a)
salaries of each of his boiler Crawfordvilli
employees. a in
PTA, moderated a panel with government can make mandatory school groups for chaperone
Some earn less. participants Sam Hand, Director activity which is not school functions, (but clearec school and to purchase desks
Thus, the highest an employer any chairs and other supplies all o
rental chairman
Office of Economic Opportunities acceptable to local people. with to avoic
with the minimum rate will which the boiler shouli
; Mrs. Myron Blee, The Extension Service has had duplicate rentals). There will except
pay will be three dollars per National PTA Legislative Chair- both white and Negro agents for be no charge for a school func- have appeared on the budget a Studies.iJe11

employee. man; and Dr. Fred Turner, State several years, and has main- tion when there is no paid ad- budgeted items.
Wright said approximatelytwelve said that he hal
Department of Education. tained programs open to all of missions.b Supt. Whaley
thousand or roughly one- controls of the
After a sumptlous smorgasbord the people. The Extension director ( ) When a school group sponsors tightened spend-
fourth the fifty thousand employers of the of-
dance ing money by Supt.
with admission
luncheon, the guests heard a said no office has ever a paid -
covered by unemployment .
delightful and informative been closed to any person seeking a fee of $7.50 will be fice.He
compensation in the State makes all purchases by purchase -
speech by Dr. William Maloy, help or Information. charged.
will for the minimumrate. order that be
qualify FSU, who was introduced by Separate offices h a ve been (c)The clubhouse Is available, can signed
free of charge for the Gradua- only by himself.
Leon County School Superintendent maintained in some counties, ,
However, Wright explainedthat tion He has Installed a Work Ordei
Freeman Ashmore. Watkins said. "For the most Party.
the maximum unemployment System that allows each school
Also in attendance were Prin- part the county office space is 3. Non-Club members may rent
comperaationtaxrates arebased the club for $15.00. Principal to report needed repairs -
cipals Harold Blanton, Clenny provided by the county commissioners -
the proprietor's found and the
em- as they are
on 4. Wedding Receptions showers -
Bonner, and Mrs. John Davis, since the University has ,
record and the timeliness work orders active until the
ployment President of St. Marks PTA. no funds for buildings in the reunions, large parties, stay
of his tax payments.An counties. $15.00. repairs are made and control is n

employer with a high labor "Of course, it is also true that 5. $25.00 fee is charged to any maintained by the Principals, .
could have a rate Maintenance Man and
turnover Super-
local
in and organization sponsoring a
AMERICAN STEAKS IK some cases women agents
as high ai four percent (.040)) or intendent.An .
dance written
men agents had to be housed In plus a signed
hundred dollars EUROPE LOOM LARGER active list of repairs and
one twenty per different locations because of statement by person responsible
employee for the year., That is replacement Is kept on file so
Secretary of Agriculture Or- space problems, but we are stating purpose. Tallahassee Sheriffs from
than that Board members knowof throughout Florida attended
five tenths higher a two-
percent
These rules have not been may
last ville L. Freeman suggested today making efforts now to have all the 'corrective work that it day Command Seminar' held at the Florida Law Enforcement Ac-
year. that American employeesIneach housed made to offend anyone or to
style rest- county in
ademy Tallahassee on March 10-11 1965.
few continued week-to-
there ,
Wrightsaid are being on a
very "
of the club-
aurants in "tender In the same location. prevent any usage
specializing Sheriffs Bill
Joyce Leon
County Bill Taff Wakulla
of these. house. week basis.Whaleysald. County} am

Employers between the high and flavorful"in fed beef wouldbe Initiated Administrative in 1963 to changes bring abouta were I would like to take this op- that major repairs Maurice Unton, Taylor County; who attended from this area, reported -
success major European a successful
and low rates will reap the benefits staff thank all of would have to wait until moneywas very program.
single in each portunity you
county.
cities. ,
of a good employmentyear available to purchase materials They received Instruction in the latest concepts of law enforce-
The senior servesas who have used the club. The
He told the Senate Select county agent
1964 the for these. ment organization, management, and administration
in depending on by Instructors -
chairman. rentals have meant a lot to ui
county Negro a-
Committee Small
stability of their own employ- on Bushiest We He stated that every effortwas from Florida State University, State Auditor' Office Florida
gents are responsible to him o financially. appreciateyour
ment records. that the "Steak Houses" wouldbe and would like being made to make the school Sheriffs Bureau, and the Florida Sheriffs Association.
to the senior home demonstration patronage
Wrightsaldthe prosperity factor one of the most effective to continued facilities as good as possible in The Academy was established In 1964 and offers a wide range of
.meant of promoting U. S. beefin agent. encourage usage. courses on a "round basil.
had a strong influence on the "For in fact all of the schools. year to all law enforcement officers In
1964 Europe."I many years Florida.
rate reduction because wasa -
believe -- In fact I ever since I've been in Extension The next unit of Instruction
year of lighter benefit allow- pre scheduled at the Academy will be
ing the total state unemployment dict--that a first-class American work meetings have been the Basic Training School and will enroll March 21.
Insurance compensationfund style restaurant specializing attended by both white and Negro -

to build up to $155, 866- in tender, flavorful beef would farmers, Watkins said. MRS. JESSIE HOW"

850 which was above five per- be a successful and profitable Since these administrative CHILD KILLED IN

cent of last year's total taxable venture in Western Europe. changes were made, all train- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT

of more than three billion He told the Senate committee ing meetings and staff conferences Mrs. Jessie E. Howard, 76 CRAWFORDVILLE
payroll have been for all Extension old resident of the Smitl
-
which opened hearings today year BAND BOOSTERS HELD
dollars. When the fund Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gene
the cattle and beef sit- employees when the information Creek Community, died Mon'
goes above five percent of the on Paulk of Newport announce the MEETING TUESDAY NIGHTA
uation that the trend in Europe pertained to the work day morning at Gadsden Count An accident Sunday afternoon
total payroll, it has an important birth of a daughter born at Tal-
influence on the reductionof toward the A m c r I can style being done by these agents. Hospital. claimed the life of four year lahassee Memorial Hospital meeting of the Crawford
also could "There are three or four areas", Funeral services were held a old Jeffery Dale Rosier, whenhe
unemployment compen- cookout encourage March 9 t h.. She weighed i ville Band Boosters Club was
sation tax rate. This is the firs the sale of U. S. fed beef."Eanopeanbeef Watkins continues, "in whichwe 3:00 P.M. Tuesday from th ran into the side of an automobile pounds, 3 ounces, and her nameis held in the Band Room at the
have
not been in compliance Mt. Elon Baptist Church in th U. S. 319 three miles
Is lean on
year that this formula has effected mainly Diana lynn Paulk. Her grand- Crawfordville School Tuesday
a cut in the rate. beef, "hetold the Senators, and' the Civil with certain provisions of Smith Creek Community, wit: south of Crawfordville. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert night, March 16th. Approximately
Rights Act. the Rev. William R. Flury of
pointed out that the Europeans Trooper C. W. Moore of the Eugene Paulk, Newport, 35 parents attended ind
will find "as did that "But we have been working ficiating. Burial i followed a Highway Patrol said no charges
w only for several and Mr. and Mrs. William Marvin much was accomplished.Dave .
marbled beef makes good char- months to include the Mt. Elon Cemetery. were filed as it was determined Lynn of Tallahassee.
coal steaks. American these areas In new plans of work ; Mrs. Howard was born In Wa unavoidable.The Ceilings, Band Director,

so that we will be in complianceby kulla County and was a member darted onto the briefed the group on the Band
"beef Hi flavor and tenderness negro boy
ST. MARKS PTA SUPPER gains the end of 1965. A letter Contest Day which will be held
from its marbling charact- to of the Mt. Elon Baptis highway and into the side of f
that effect has at Monticello on April 3rd.
been
BIG SUCCESSThe eristic -- the small layers of sent from Church. car that was traveling south ot
between the meat- fibers University President (J. Wayne) She is survived by three utters 319. Occupants of the Georgli FINAL NOTICE TO The group voted to sponsor '
St. Marks PTA Spaghetti Reitzto Dr. Bake Sale on April 10 a CarWash
which are produced by the prac- Lloyd Davis, director Mrs. J. C. Reynolds, Sop- licensed car said that the chile HOMESTEADERSThis ,
Supper was a huge success. Sev- of the Federal Extension Ser- and a door-to-door Broom
choppy Mrs. J. R. Langston. of the
tice of feeding the grain to the darted into the side cal
eral people attended' from various vice. Smith Creek Sale, dates of which will be announced
Community, from the side of the road. last
meat animal. month In which
sections of the county A- American marbled The Extension director Indi- and Mrs. A. J. Chester, Quincy Kenneth B. Butler of Cairo, to file for homestead later. .
those enjoying the affair Comparing cated the exemption Also a regular monthly meet
,
mong University of Florida and
; one brother, J. B. Lang- Ca. was the driver of the car. and to turn in
beef with lean beef the Secretary personal ,
club
were County School Superintendent waiting to hear from Dr. Da Con Chiefland.I property.. ing night for the Boosters
.
Moore was The deadline
and Mrs. W. E. Whale) said "grilled lean beef is Indicating that these fina, Assisting Trooper April :1st. was tentatively decided, oe-
and children. The members the next best thing to high qual- adjustments will Butler-Morgan Funeral Horn. Sheriff W. R. Taff, Deputy Ing the 3rd ot
a night
Florida Tuesday
bring Emmett
I of Quincy was In of I Lt. P. Cook nIP C. Ferrell, Jr.
charge Whaley J. ,
leather. ar ,
He added
the PTA wish to express theta ity shoe into full compliance with cl I I I Tax Assessor each month unless it conflicts
Auxi-
rangements. and members of the nIP Wakulla Co.
thanks to everyone who cane. that the "outdoor grill could become righ legislation. with other school actlvitiM
the best overseas beef lary Unit In Wakulla County.

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NEW -- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
WAKULLA COUNTY I I NOTICE -
2 THE SECOND JUDICIAL \
THURSDAY. MARCH 18. 1965 CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
WAKULLA COUNTY CIR-I P.IAI.FlU.: : SAT.. MON. AND;rUEs

a.--- CHANCERY. NO. 1318. HAVE CLIENTS FOR I

TALLAHASSEE FEDERAL SAY INGS ,
WAKULLA AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, t corporation I EITHER SPECIALS:
organized and exist WATERFRONT LOTS OR ACREAGE
NEWS Ing under an Act or Congress.
COUNTY

Plaintiff.vs. OR GULF OR BAY FRONTAGE Instant
Telephone WAlnut '1101 UtNt. Three bedroon RIVER
home. Call WA 6-3436.. PHYLLIS N. SPEARS, MICHAEL
DOYLE SPEARS BARBARA LYNN CHAS.H. DEEP- REALTOR FOLGER'S COFFEE
II SPEARS. RICHARD SPEARS and
any unknown heirs devisees, 224-6167
Phone :
Virginia KrlxhtlevKrwl Edit* FOR SALE. 1963 Kenmore Electric legateei and Iran tv.. of 221 S.Calhoun St. 6 oz. 89 ':
Sidney D. Spears deceased; c'i'i
Publisher'' Range, Like New, $75.- and EVELINA SPEARS and NAMON 1
00 or best 1I
KelRhtley offer. Call Donald SPEARS her husband I
L. Tucker, WA 6-3391. Defendants. '
Entered at Crswfordvllle, Florida 2t-3/18.25. NOTICE OF SUIT FRYERS, grade''A", Ib. 29c':

M second clan matter. SuWriptmn TO RICHARD SPEARS, A MINOR, ----- /
WHOSE LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE IS Smoked SAUSAGE lb. 59c
Country .
rate $3 00 per year 3432 TAMPA STREET, HOUSTON
TEXAS; AND TO ALL UNKNOWN
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION

HEIRS GRANTEES, 'DEVISEES.OF SIDNEY LEGATEESAND D. Rosy Rhubarb's Pecking Through Ham Frosty Morn whole or Vfr 59c I

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SPEARS, DECEASED AND PER-
that legislation will be Intro- 'SONS CLAIMING BY. Till OUCH OR
duced in the legislature of the UNDER THEM: LARD SWifTS SILVERLEAF--8 LB. TIN 51.95cl]
State of Florida at the next ensuing You are hereby notifiedthat
session thereof for the passage the above-named plaintiff -
of an act to amend the filed a complaint on 29c
February II. 196.. In theCircuit a Mayonnaise pt.
/OQ J Municipal Charter of the Townof C curt of Wskul la
St. Marks l
amending Section County, Florida for reformation -
I 37of Chapter 63-1872, Special of deed and !Mortgageand 2 Ibs. 25c
Acts of 1963, to amend the foreclosure of mortgageon BANANAS .
Qualifactions for the office ol the following-described

Town Attorney; and, to amcnc property to-lf I
STRAWBERRI 10 07 25tf
Section 112 of Chapter 63-1872 Commence at the Northwest FROZEN
1--
._ of the Southeast Quarter
Special Acts of 1963 to corner
change of Section 25. T2S R2W.
If You Need. date 3rd Saturday of Municipal of election and tc and feet run to the thence North 0 Juhnia2r of 1ft : BORDONS
February tc the right of way of stat .
S OfficeSuppliesliusincfta AmcndScction 113, of Chapter Road No. 171, thence run In a .. MOOLO KOOLO DRINKS, .10 CANS. 99tf
Machines 63-1872, Special Acts for 1963to Southeasterly direction a- J
ol .
the North bounaarj
Office FurnitureSee change time for voter regis- the ions right of may of nan I er'd METCALF FROZEN SEA FOODS
tration to provide that registra- State Road No. 371. theng I
or Call tance of 303. feet ;
tion books shall remain open for run North the dlstancr ol .J. rrp
RANEY WHALEYat registration between the hoursof 838 the feet North, mbod'uencfrylegr' h t :> I SHRIMP BREADED 20 OZ. 1.29
7:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.
; SE'i of SE'4' of said Section El
to mend Section 21 of Chapter 2$; thence run westerly along .
the North boundary ol said! I BREADED
CAPITAL OFFICE 63-1872, Special Acts of 1963to SEVi ol SE'% of said Section Welcome spring, and one of its first signs Is tender rhubarb as
provide that In the absenceor 25, the distance of 292. 1 One hardly wait until those stalks are ready I 1401.
CO. ran ,
EQUIPMENT the it starts to JrI'OW. SHRIMP 99C
,
feet ore or less to from garden !
of the rhubarb comes your
disability Mayor and/ point of beginning, and con- for that special pie. Whether the
lit South Adams SI. or the treasurer that one of the timing 5 acres lore orlees or from the supermarket, make this pie. soon Tai rosy rhubarb 'K4B
Corner E. Pen.scolaTALLAHASSEE situated dream.
remaining members of the Town 'and being' in nestles inside a pie crust that's every successful baker 49 I
the iE'e of SE' of said Secvtlcn
FLORIDAI.KON < to handle, ever so
Commission shall be chosen by 25, T2S R2W. It's made from a mix: quick to prepare, easy STICKS a02.
tender and tasty, too. Serve an old-fashioned rhubarb pie
lottoactai Mayor pro tcmporc; Reformed description: flaky,
and to Amend Section 11 of Commence at the Southeast for dinner today; watch your family'b delight.
of Section 23. Township ItlllltAItll riF RREADEdOYSTERS
Chapter 63-1872, Special Acts corner 2 South,' Range 2 Went Makes one/ 9-inch; pic
of 1963 to provide that the Ma- which IK marked by a concrete 4 cups fresh rhubarb,cut In "z, 49 I
Filling
monument.and
run
yor cannot succeed himself. 3 '4-mch
:
thence North 00 3d1 47" East 1 cup sugar pieces
eAr. Providing an effective date. along the Section line 93. 25: 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon butter or
4tc-3/18. 25,4/1,8. feet to the centerline ol 2 tablespoons quick margarine FISH ROE 1 lb. 99c
State Road No. 373; thencerun tapioca ,';e ern"l: I
North S4 27' 13" Went 1 teaspoon crated mange One 10-o/ 'pkJ.! ( ((2 cups) '
along said centerline Flako Pie Crust Mix DEVILED I
1810. 77 feet.thence; run rind -
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION North 00 161 47" East 4 tablespoons cold water CRAB- 5 In box- ppc

60.53 feet to an iron pipe Heat oven to hot (40 FULL LINE
thcNorthcr rlght-of- WE NOW HAVE A
I TO WHOM IT MAY CON- on v' line of said State Road tapioca and mange rind. Sprinkle over rhubarb, tossing with a
CERNI Notice is hereby givenof 373 which in the point of folk to coat completely; sit aside. &
intention to apply to the 1965 beginning From said point For crust, empty contents of package into bowl. Sprinkle cold BULK SEED FERTILIZER
Session of the Florida Legislate of.heginnlng continue North water by tablespoonfuls over mix; stir lightly with folk until justdampened.
feet
00 56' 47" East 272.85
for passage of an act relat- to an pipe; thence run (If add another; one-half tablespoon cold SHOP
iron ;dour : Form i into ball. Dividedough i LOCALLY AND. SAVE
ing to Wakulla County; establishing South 20> 13" East water to make the hold togithi-i.)
the Wakulla County Development 487 95: feet to an Iron in half. Roll one half out on lightly floured l hoard or canvas
pipe; thence run South 000. to font a 13-mih: mile Fit loosely into !l-mih pie plate. Turn
-- and Parks Commis- apt 47" West 614. 15 feetto rim. and Save at
allowing 1 2 inch beyond Shop .
Northerly right-of-way
SEPTIC; TANK sion and fixing its powers, jurisdiction line the of State Road 373 : Pour filling into pie crust. Dot with buttet. Roll remaining
SERVICE.' duties and authority; thence run North 54 27' 13" dough out to font an 11-inch C l'de. Cut steam vents. lace overfilling
making certain provisions of West along said Northerly ; fold edge of top crust under edge of 'bottom crusts flute PIGOTT'S STORE
Chapter 61-2982, Laws of flo- right-of-way line 596.90 to seal. Rake in pieheatcl oven ((400F.) 30 to 35 minutes.
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MANY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE RATES REDUCEDEffective HELP US SPREAD THE"SAFETY WORD,"Wars urge Mar.> H, LMt ,



February 1, 1965 many ,long distance .:iiii/iii: : ; ::, MARCH 26 KM! ,*. y ;a
telephone
for calls over the longer rates were reduced again. These reductions
distance are due '65 fEED WMI', S'4 IP
The reductions in rates apply for' to Improved technology and efficient use of facilities.

station-to-station calls begInninga out t of st, eMCIlls over "longer distant e$. Substantial savings are for Friday, M**ch M, ..* leaf
6.0o weekday evening >ll day Saturday and Sunday., IpMEACGDEtflS ss.5uu snsoas + ::.',:;i ;j pf '. day growers may file appliCations -
Note These ntw to take pert in the 1965
.
Examples of Interstate Rates ;
v T0URMIlLIONy feed grain propam, J. K.
nlsaeuaolnoualt5 Moore Chairman, Agricultural
,
( I
INITIAL
3 MINUTES) EACH YEAR Stabilization and Conservation

County Committee, said today.
I ferson-To- I reminded farmers that only
STATION-TO-STATION Prson. those who participate In the feed
I FROM TAUAHASH. FLA. grain program will be eligible
'I TOt Day Rata Er..i.r Night After 4 r.M. 0 iol price support on their 1965
Mow.Fri Wi.kd.y Sit.T M..i..Sr. DuilyAII d r and sorghum
grain crops.
com
t
Albany, Ga.Aihcvrilt 4,30 A.M..4>.M. I P.M. All Day SHU D.r Sviieaf I Ib Aslastyear, the support is made
$ .SO
N.C. $ .40 $ .40 $ .70 I available through loam and
1.10
Akron, Ohio 1'45 .85 .65 1.40 I price-support payments.
1.00 .70 1.90Birmingham Besides qualifying for price
Atlanta, Ga. .85 .65. .60 1.10 support, the participating grower -
Ala. .90 .70 .60 1.15 also earns a diversion pay-
Charlotte, N.C.Chattanooga 1.10 .85 ment for shifting part of his feed
.65 1.40
Tenn. 1.05 yl1b grain base to a conserving use.
.80 .60 1.30 Minimum diversion is 20 -
percent
Chicago, III. 1.45 1.00 :.70 1:90: of the individual farm's

Cleveland, Ohio 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90 total feed grain base. Maxi-

Columbus, Ga.: .65 .50 .50 .85 mum diversion is 50 percent of
Corpus Christi, Tex. 1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 the base or 25 acres if this is

Dawson, Ga. .55 .40 .40 .70 more. For diverting more than
Denver, Colo.' 1.70 1.15 .80 2.25 J. the mini mum, the diversion
Detroit Mich. payments will i be figured at a
1.50 1.05 ,
.75 1.95 .
Dothan Ala.Fayetteville higher rate. If the actual diver-
.
.50
.40 .40 .70 sion is 40 percent or more, the
N.C. 1.20 .85 .65 1.50 Il higher rate applies to the whole
Ft. Worth, Tex. 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90 : diversion.
:i i'on't
Fresno, Calif. 2.10 1.40 1.00 2.85 :;, A The Chairman reports that
Houston, Tex.Indianapolis 1.40 .95 .70 1.75 farmer Interest in W akulla

Ind. 1.40 .95 .70 1.75 "\\ you ,pit-eve help UK spread the ',safety word','. try the County is higher than last year.
Jackson, Miss. 1.10 .85 .65 1.40 tight national winners of $500 (;I'n'ralIulor"! Scholarship for Indications are that 1965 parti-
Kansas City Mo. outstanding 4.H! safety activities We would like everyone to cipants will run well ahead of
1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 that under the 1964 feed grain
hear more about this /life'Having subjectI'romotmK
*Los Angeles, Calif.Macon 2.10 1.40 1.00 2.85 ; mlrtv is almost a full.time job for throe young program. As of March 11, 1965,
Ga.Memphis .70 .55 .55 .95 people, 1'vpical of the eight winners is Gwendolyn' Zeigler 17 33 farms had already signed up
Tenn. 1.20 .85 .65 1.50 of Hinton Georgia Extremely active in her (community sheIms to divert approximately 950
Milwaukee, Wise. 1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 presi'nted 1 1)7 safety demonstrations! to nearly bOOO people, acres from feed grain product-
Mobile Ala. made many radio and TV appearance, written more than 30 Ion. Me urges farmers who are
.85 .65 .60 1.10 newspaper article and prepared innumerable safety |''wters, Interested in taking part In this
Montgomery, Ala. .75 .55 .55 .95 Gwendolyn has also found lime lo orgam/e safety clubs. for year's to call at the
Moultrie, Ga. .45 .40 .40 .65 voting people' and conduct a .mmllnity-wid,' fire extinguisher ASCS County progra Office as soon as

Myrtle.Beach, S.C. 1.10 .85 .65 1.40Nashville sil),.. : .. possible, since there are only 6
l I'J Hrnt Trip To 11U"b/ nitrrID
Tenn. 1.15 .85 1.40 left before the
.65 working days
addition to the tight national winners. 41 state 4.11 safety
New Orelans La. 1.05 .80 .60 1.30 winners received all expense paid trips hv (.l\1 to the 4-/II Club March 26 slgnup deadline, and
New York, N.Y. 1.55 1.05 .75 2.05 ('unKr,"'' in ("lucngo General Motors is now in its 21st year of signing up Is the first step in
Richmond, Va. 1.40 .95 .70 1.75 "sponsoring awards in the 4.It proirim: program participation."We .
San Francisco, Calif. 2.10 1.40 1.00 2.85 TIll'1 national winners include: 'I'IlI'lm.1 1 Camlinclge I IH Apple' don't want anybody to be
Valley <(<'.,IIf.: Susan NoMe. 1 Id. Nampa' M.iho: Michac-l Hunter/ disappointed because he waitedtoo
Savannah, Ga. .85 .65 .60 1.10 17 H.Hhehter Minn.: Marleen IM/hfT' ) 17 Walton NcbrLin.ird ,: lone, the Chairman said.
'Selma, Ala. .80 .60 .60 1.00 I'irren.; 17 Oneonta, N. Y : Lined Joyce Richardson. "There's also the advantage of
Sewanee, Tenn. 1.05 .80 .60 1.30 If \Vrclm Okli : and Susan Hums. 17 1'ikeville, TennIs being able to get half of the estimated -

j Tacoma, Wash.'Thomasville 2.25 1.50 1.00 3.00 diversion payment In
Ga. .35 .35 .35 .55 ---- advance at the time of signup

Toledo, Ohio 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90 or as soon afterwards as possible

'Troy, Ala. .65 .50 .50 .85 fT
The ASCS County Office Is located -
Tucson, Ariz. 1.80 1.20 .90 2.45
in the Morrison Building.
Valdosta Ga. .40 .40 ..65Washington
.45
The office hours are from 8:00
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D.C. 1.45 1.00 .70 1.90 P r t1 I
Ii' A.M. to 5 00 P.M. Monday
Waycross, Ga. .65 .50 .50 .85 5. >I' 't i $ $44444r through Friday.Shutinitis.

Wichita, Kan. 1.50 1.05 .75 1.95 rT t 4 ey rsr

THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EVENING AND NIGHT RATES ON INTERSTATE CALLS

LESS THAN 221 MILES. Can I

NOTE: On PERSON-TO-PERSON CALLS (Both to points within the state and out-of-state) the only 1 I >II ,' Be Fatal On

reduced rate period BEGINS at 6:00: P.M D AILY except is in effect all day Sunday. There I

is not another rate reduction at 8:00: P.M. for Person-to-Person calls The Highways!

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PUILIC TALLAHASSEE Spring weather -

Co. number will of motorists bring an on increasing the highways
6 Southeastern
Telephone ii Patrol and today the urged Florida drivers Highway not

6 to get into traffic trouble because
of a hangover from "shut-
I
inltls
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------- Commander H N Kirkman recalls j:

that "many have been I

pretty well cooped up during the I
o0Q' winter months which means that 1
with the coming of warmer weather I
: ,,,0 ( it will bring out more and I
I p WATER Q fJ5f more people in an ever-Increasing
, stream upon our highways" ,
,f aG AkFS ) After experiencing a long Beige I
'
HER1BO'\ of being shut in, "That get out ,
and get going fever" is boundto

: it's time for a p91QUiCKRE s rol strike officer says"which the veteran means that pat '

we'll all be crawling behind the I
tau wheel to go places more and more.
CRY This will add up to the more

BRITISH MARKET TEST OF U.S. FRUITS AND VEGE- people who come out of their
heater warmed homes the more
TABLES More than two dozen fresh fruit and vegetable cars there will be on the highways -

oy items from the U.S. are being given a test In the British and the more possibilities

I ELECTRIC WATER HEATERA market during a two-week exhibition at the U.S. Trade Center of To having prove a wreck.his "point Colonel

in London February 23 March 5. Here, looking at fresh Kirkman explains that the patrol

celery supplied by the Florida Fresh Fruit and Vegetable reported 24 traffic deaths the
first two weekends of last month
Association are, left to right, R. Brett, Broome & Greene, luring cold wet and stay inside -
woman can lake- it (lust K) long. Srm'll put washerloadfor up Ltd., London food wholesalers, and Keith Sims, J. 0. Sims, type of weather while dur
with the water running; ; cold on the second ing the following two weekends.
Ltd., British Import agents for Mendelso "-" Co., Inc.,
she'll
.., : months-even years. Without complaint Florida experienced fair and
I\jiv\ go on worrying about fumes and flames for a long time San Francisco, CaliforniaFLORIDA. lear get out and drive type weather -
; and our highway deaths
Then a neighbor drops in and brags about the |joys soared upward to an alarming

of her new quick_recovery electric water heater high of 45 traffic fatalities.

about the ever-ready supply of hot water and While the traffic dangers seem

the peace of mind Nameless electric brings. to: decrease slightly after the

No wonder Mom turns green with envy and boils STATE weekend, those hours between
if Friday at 5 p.m. and Monday
down fast
overt! But she II settle you
tool 8 lam. are dangerous ones on I
could to $60
switch now. You save up
my weekend and especially
WED. theta SAT, luring the spring and summer
/ I
months. "Drive with caution
j SWITCH NOW AND SAVE 25-OR 60l i iIf WED. thru SA T. and care and enjoy the whole
"
year Commander Kirkman said.

you switch from flame-type to _flameless_
I ;r electric water heating as a customer of Walt Disney THINGS TO COME''

you'll be given an presents
Florida Power Corporation.
) ( Tallahassee Just add water
r installation allowance of $25 if your plumbing THOSE GALLOWAYSPIRRT KWAHERI .to a package of dried food and
order between \ meal is I
contractor receives your In Color your ready
February 1st and March 31st. But that's not alll! Fantastic? Not at all. To-
I I morrow's housewife will benefit

.bwacy! II' Mart* htm ......type t. ... electric. from such freeze-dried foods as
Switch Vtaf scrambled eggs, steak, vegetables -
WATER HEATER and save. $25 and cottage cheese, say
HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRWE-IN
.J RANGE i OVEN and save. $25 home economists with the noridaAgrtcultural
r rI BOTH and say . . $60.l87 OUTDOOR OH WOODYIUE HWT. vice. Extension Ser-

Freeze-dried foods may be
THURS. FRI. C SAT. THIIRS FRI. t. 5AT. cooked or left uncooked. There

ls little spoilage sine few
bacteria can live without moisture

.... .: Webb Pierce Marty Robbins To restore to the original
lbZteakifJjL1 CET YOURSELF A condition Just add water.
CORPORATION COLLEGE GIRLalto TENNESSEE JAMBOREE Some freeze-dried foods, when

FLORIDA POWER also re-hydrated, taste just as good
tow.v as before.
rout ru'ra'l. HHtimf-OtHft none M.lina Mercouri Jock Mahoney Although freeze-drying Is rather

TOPKAPI i CALIFORNIA expensive and yet In the
developmental stage small
commercial operations all over
the country, now freexe-dry
shrimp and vegetables.






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-- I I I NEW St STAMP CARRIES I 4 W AK fLU COUNTY NEWSIThmdajr

::: I.. CANCER MESSAGE : March |8. 198S |

tr ( a Tampa, Ha. A new issue of SOPCHOl'fY NEWSBy
a five cent United States postage
C. Sapp
stamp has been designedand Louise

will carry the message Mrs. Annie Harms and Mr. and
"Crusade Against Cancer Ear- Mrs. Ralph Brown took their
.... ,. t ly Detection Saves Lives guests, Henry and Mary Harmsof

:.' The Florida Division of the Rivera Beach, Fla. on a
t American Cancer Society In tour of the Junior Museum and
of. ft Tampa reported this week that the Kllleam Gardens last Thurs-
f. the new stamp will be releasedby day. The cherry trees are just
.;f ;'t. the United States Post Office beginning to bud and there are

tiif -.Y Department in Washington, D. many azaleas coming In bud,
.y !... P'tA h C. for distribution during the assuring blossoms throughoutthis
:
: ;: ... month of April. month. They reported Kll
,
i 1 The central design of the ver- leam Gardens more beautiful
: AI tical 54 stamp is a physician's than many of the tourist attract-
I i y 7 stethoscope in purple against a ions farther south.
\ microscope in orange. It was
created by Stevan Dohanos who Sunday guests at the new homeof
1 has produced five other stamp Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harms
/Y\ illustrations and more than 100 were her sister, Maud Watts
4'I. originals for the Saturday Evening and family of Baldwin and Tal
Post covers.SenatorMaW'lne. lahassee. Also from Tallahasseewere

.. B. Newbergerof their daughters, Agathaand
Oregon, who knows the facts Agnes, and their families

_. of RESIDENTS INSTALLED BY EASTERN STARMr. of cancer through personal experience On Tuesday, Mrs. Marie Pouley,
1 FORMER introduced in the U. Miss Meta Jaens, and Margaret
S. Senate a bill authorizing and Schroedor of Tallahassee spent
and Mrs. Raney Whaley were recently installed as Worthy directing Postmaster General the day.
Matron and Worthy Patron of the Havana Chapter No. 130 Orderof "to Issue a special postage
and Mrs. Wilton
Eastern Star. stampcommemorating the The Rev.
cru-
Emmalu Brown, Past Grand Matron, was the installing officer. sade against cancer. Carter and small son of Lake-
Installing Patron was Lamar Prater, Past Patron. In her comments to the Senate, land were guests of the Rev. and
The officers will serve for 19651966.Mr. she said, "... a crusade against Mrs. Jesse Baker from the 8th
r and Mrs. Whaley are former residents of Wakulla County. cancer commemorative stamp to the 12th. Rev. Carter con-
ducted the annual Revival at the
270IMAR'65Form 13 will be the means of fostering
Church which was
Methodist ,
public awareness of this dread
disease, so many of the 88,000 enjoyed by all who attended


Need Personal Loan ? Repair Concrete Breaks the Easy Way American needlessly to lives cancer which every are year lost these Old services.friends were happy to see

a might be saved by helping stim- former residents of this area, Mr.
ulate visits to doctors in time Sr. and sons,
J. E. Stansbury, ,
for early diagnosis and treat- James and Harry.
"

DEADLINE-APRIL ment.Postmaster General John A, Mr. Doc Simmons has returned
TAX Cronouski, commended the home after spending several
n new issue and said, "the purpose weeks in the hospital in Lake
V of the stamp is to remind City.
Americans that an early medi- _
5AUtz Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Roberts
tax deadline always has a way of creeping up calcheckupoften can bring this of Tallahassee -
Tne income disease under control .. The (Annette Anderson),
stamp will also salute the men and formerly of the Sop-

even though you are aware of it. Are you "down to your last and women engaged In cancer choppy area, :announce Michael the birthof Ro-
research and the millions of a son, Dennis
Americans who help fight the berts, who was born March 4 at
dollar"as a result of unforeseen emergencies, sickness, acci- war against cancer. Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
weighed 8 pounds, 5-1/2.
ounces. David Lynn, 5, and|
dents or loss of work? If you need extra cash to pay your in- CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS/I Debra Suzanne 2, are other

children in the family. Grandparents -

loan will lei! absorb are Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
low-cost personal you
come tax, see us A Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rehwinkel Roberts, Sopchoppy: and Mr.
spent the weekend in Pensacola. and Mrs. Herschel Anderson,

the cost over a period of months Drop in and talk ove your visiting their son and family, Smith Creek. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reh- R. Langston are the gr at-grand-

requirements with us You'll find us helpful and understanding. winkel. parents.
Miss Mary Clover is a patientin Mrs. Levy Willis was transfer-
Tallahassee Memorial HosplI red from the Tallahassee Mem-
I tal. orial Hospital to the Oak Grove
..
-- Convalescence Home a feW
1 !
""
: -. We are glad to report that Mrs.
'LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's t A.-' '::t""" :,." wms' _._ ., : Em] A. L. Porter is improving after weeks ago. I
heart surgery at St. Mary s Hos- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strickland(
Spring thaws expose fresh breaks in concrete and masonry pital in Rochester, Minn. on and daughter, June, of the Ivan
that result from winter's ravaging temperature changes This March 5th. Mr. and Mrs. Porter visited Mrs.StrlCk
Community,
job has to be done, and like moat maintenancetasks
means a repair
are expected to return soon. land's mother, Mrs. Willie Ma
Oldest the sooner done the better.
If you have been putting off just such a chore, take heart. ItiIIn't i Porter, during the weekend
so difficult to do now, for a new Dry-Latex Concrete has Paul Schmidt of Panacea has The Stricklands have recenll
Member Federal Deposit; insurance Corporation just been introduced. You simply mix the powdered compound returned to his home from Tal- moved here from Homestea
with tap water and apply it. Its as easy as that! No chipping lahassee Memorial Hospital. We are glad to have them back
I or gouging to widen the breaks, and no roughing or priming to I in Wakulla County.Mr. .
assure a lasting bond The latex mix bonds immediately when Mrs. Bobby Russ and daughters,
applied directly on damp or dry surfaces indoor and outdoors. L Ginger and Cindy, left yester- and Mrs. Jerry Hodge an
It Is durable, too for it will not crumble or powder, nor is it day for Montgomery Linden, family of Tallahassee visitec
affected by weather Ala., to visit relatives for a few Mrs. Delma Roberts and Mis:
From PTA's to Appalachia'sChildren:1,000,000 Some of the suggested; uses are repairing concrete walks, driveways days. June Roberts on Sunday. Othe
broken step edges floors, garden pools, fountains, cracksin I visitorswereMrs. Janine Robert:
inside and outside walls, tuckpointing wherever concreteor Mrs. Robert Eugene Paulk is a Desi and Dawn
cement is used around the home, farm or in commercial or Memorial and daughters, ,
Books industrial buildings. patient at Tallahassee and Mrs. Mary McCoy and son,

In addition to its use for patching breaks, the material may Hospital. Clark, who were enroute to theii
be used for topping It can be applied as thin as VIA of an inch Henry Cram of Panacea is nowa home in Tallahassee from Port I
and will form a smooth and lasting surface in Tallahassee Mem- St. Joe.
A product of the Camp Company, 9300 Sangamon Street, patient
Chilit'cnithouthonks attending 8'h"I> -1 Chicago, Illinois, Dry.Latex Concrete was originally producedin orial Hospital.Mrs. Bob Greener was the Sunda !
that Children hi\< hnl'dlylny hoiks -TT: a powder that had to be mixed with liquid latex The new dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bu4
the childn ,of dry form mixes with water It is available now at building Roberts and family.
These +an lumber dealers in 5, 10 C. D. Out of Newportis I
and paint stores or
Appalachia, pupils in netil\\ .1 dealers, hardware Tallahassee
at
thousand tiny, l'un1l' <('h.">l r and 40 pound bags, ready to use. i Memorial patient Sopchoppy guard John David
hou-.'s nit in HrniKfrh clinrmir l Hospital. Jones, who led the Yellow Jackets -

nnd isolated from ill hut, I hskeUhiiHt __: __ __ __ I to a perfect season and an
community lif u- 1il - --- 18-1 record overall, was namedto
most Americans know it. the 1965 All Big Bend and All

whom These American me the children I'TA thin fo Class "C" Teams. Jones, who
CO. finished the season with a 23.0
CHEVROLET
Spring intend tt> provide ono t ALFORD
million books average, is a senior on the Sop
The National Congress if Pal choppy squad, andwillbe great-I
ents and Teachers" huidul b> ly missed by all next
Mrs Jeniullc Mnnihoncl, of fu: 19 400th Aa&vmury IS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank)
Reno, Oie, hm undtrtal, 1thE\ ; rr ,Ma t Jones.
collection of hooka for Appall 13W-OOO GOLD I
'hin'lI children ut the innuM) ,if I RED Brother Reid of Tallahassee was)
Office of I': b
the I'KHulint'a to
L FLORIDA the guest speaker of the evening i
nubile Because Oppottunity the schools of Appiluhia I Sunday, March 14, at the Congregational -i I

lark bookshelves( is will Holiness :
us books, rTA' have bten wnt I SALE"FROM Accompanying Bro. Churc.h'1
instructions for making schoolroom i his wife and son. I
bookcase-shipping boxes.
each of which will curry a supply Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hall and
I of 50 01 more book in trap I p NOW THRU MARCH 20th son of Tallahassee were Sunday
mt and then serve na shelf pait visitors at the Holiness Church.
In the mountain school, us well i I
, The UFA Express: bus ai ,,--'" .- FREE TAG WITH PURCHASE OF ANY CAR OVER Happy Birthday to Linda and
chi!
picks out -
ranged to ship the book-filled Mrs: Jennelle Moorhead, nationa I PTA president David
boxes from any of its 8000 offices dren's favorites for the bookcase box she's readying for shipment Roddenberryl also, Janice
in the continental t'. S, ul' to Appalachia schools. $500 FROM EITHER OF OUR USED CAR LOTS! Thompson.HOMEMAKING.
a special, flat rate of $1.95 P"I i
box The final leg of transport, From this central collection I ing along the mountain ridge in
from Louisville, Ky. is to be point in Harbourville, Ky.. books eastern Kentucky and neighboring FOR THIS SALE! !
handled by the Louisville & will be distributed by the Appalachian states Trained librarians are ALL PRICES CUT
Nashville Railway which will Volunteers, un oigamza- on hand, in Harbourville to helpin
bring Into Appufurhiu the 20 tion of college students who are assigning books to individual Ylla
railway freight car that u mil devoting their free time to helping schools. Y/1a

lion books would flit the deprived youngsters liv teachers,Rooks in"most the area wanted"have been by Look at these OK Specials!

rr'r' .r listed for A'and for other rwan
I Americans who wish to contribute

.- 'IBoob books through for Appalachia I'TA's in's their children l- LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. 2 ,4tie modern

_ ___ wA communities.Selections range from Bible 321 No. Adam Ph. 224-3211 1414 So Monroe Ph. 222-5656

stories through the fairy tales of 57 CHEVROLET 2 door '60 FORD Station Wagon, lutomat1c .

"All Hans About Christian Dinosaurs"Andersen to, from"All hardtop, radio, heater & $695 transmission, radio,

About Studio and Television auto tr.nlmlll.on.. Sharp heater, power daring &.$1, 095

t t1L They include a 'Child's: Gardenof air conditioning. ..... .. 7:30 P.M.
Verses" and "The Rig i Book '61 IMPALA 4 door
of Cowboys," "Bambi; "Mary '59 CHEVROLET EACH MONDAY
radio, h.t.r,
i'oppms" and "Tom Sawyer" hardtop, 6 $595
auto tr.nlmlilion &. $1195 2 door cyllnd.r WFSU-TV
"These books are the rightful standard trlnlndilion.
heritage of every American power steering .. ........ CHANNEL 11
child, Mrs Moorhead said 61 FORD Station Wagon
"Children growing up in poverty 64 CH&VELU door 6 cylinder, radio, Helpful household hints and recipes
are' doubly deprived if they haven Sup. Sport, loaded & $2695" & standard $995 from Mrs. Marjorie Hartman

t the into passport the world that of books imagination provide I factory air cond. ,.. ..,... hr ,.......... Home Service Adviser

59 FORD OPAL
> "IT members will surely $1395
V-112 door, radio, heater $595'64, radio
want to share the blessings of 7XRrrse r4W.e.PLORIDA ./
books with the children of Appalachia &. auto trln. .. .. ... ..
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The program gets under way ONLY ALFORD CHEVROLET CO. GIVES A 2.S MONTH WARRANTY POWER

Immediately, since the special ON OK USED CARS! SEE US AND SAVE!! A COAPORAT/ON
nreeious) In school the children of Appalachia attend, I' low shipping rat via REA from Express -..--- -- -
ors will
apply only
they're worn-out tests, at that. ITA' book programpromises .
and usually March 15 through June 15.
children welL' I I
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