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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 25, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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_VOLUMN 66 NUMBER 30 I CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 25. 1965 -

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::1.My. .4lha EDITORIAL

1."J ; 1 ;, .
i {: INSTRUCTION AND THE I ',,'F ,
1 : THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC .' ,1\\ MY
/ WAKULLA BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ARE TO BE COM- ';

: ; : ;. MENDED FOR THE ACTION THAT THEY TOOK LAST WEEK IN :

tv.' <1 '" "'.:; I: TAKING STEPS TO CONSOLIDATE THE CRAWFORDVILLE AND :.'I. A" :<

J' 4 A SOPCHOPPY HIGH SCHOOLS. ',. "
i "" '!f'r,..... COUNTY ) 'J8i' :;..
': THE WRITER HAS MADE A CLOSE SURVEY OF THE .. : .
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AND FINDS THAT IN ALMOST EVERY INSTANCE PARENTS ARE tJ 'f.t. ., :ri
.. ", ....- MOVE.
THIS
OF
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+ IT IS ALSO GRATIFYING TO NOTE THAT REPRESENTATIVE '., j,
ERNEST RODDENBERRY HAS PLEDGED HIS SUPPORT TO THE :, i..

ACTION.

: THE FACT THAT WITH A CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL IN

ti.L THE COUNTY KNOWN AS WAKULLA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, IC i

STUDENTS WILL BENEFIT GREATLY FROM THE PlAN

kt r. ; ,. YOUR SONS AND DAUGHTERS WILL BE ABLE TO HAVE A

GREATER SELECTION OF COURSES, A BETTER OVERALL PRO-
,- I A SOUND PHYSICAL EDUCATION ,
GRAM, A MODERN FACILITY, AND
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PROGRAM. tin
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A PERSON IN A HIGH POSITION IN STATE GOVERNMENT SAID
: THAT IT WOULD CERTAINLY ENHANCE INDUSTRY TO THE

d- j I COUNTY, AS IT IS KNOWN THAT INDUSTRY SEEKING NEW LOCATIONS -

LOOKS LONG AT THE SCHOOL PROGRAM OF ANY : _
O. E. Hendrickson, Crawfordvllle Postmaster, will serve as Can- AREA THAT IS BEING CONSIDERED FOR LOCATION. l
cer Crusade Chairman for the Wakulla County Unit this year.
A
IN TALKING WITH EDUCATORS, IT WAS LEARNED THAT

PLAN OF THIS TYPE INVARIABLY SAVES MONEY IN THE LONG

FLORIDA FISHING DERBY CANCER MEETING RUN.' OUR PRESENT PLANTS CAN BE UTILIZED FOR ELEMEN- f I

MONDAY NIGHTThe TARY AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FACILITIES. MANY PHASESOF

Fish are easier to catch when OUR PRESENT SYSTEM WILL BE REDUCED IN COST AND IN-

they're away from home. American Cancer Societywill CREASED IN VALUE TO THE STUDENTS.FOR .

That fact was underscored yes- hold a kick-off meeting THOSE WHO OPPOSE THE PLAN, MAY WE ASK THIS QUES-
the Florida Came and Monday night, March 29th, at GETTING THE BEST EDUCA-
terday by INTERESTED IN
ARE YOU
TION. TOGETHER TO SAVE
DEPARTMENTS WORKED
Fish Commission 7:30 at the Florida Power CHILDREN PANACEA AND SOPCHOPPY VOLUNTEER FIRE
Water NEIGHBORS
Fresh
YOUR
with evidence from the fifth annual Lounge. This meeting is to get TION FOR YOUR CHILDREN AND THE HOME OF MRS. JOHN ELLIS. A CAR AND GARAGE WERE LOST. THE FLORIDA FOREST SER

Schlitz $500,000 Florida ready for the crusade that will IT MAY BE HARD FOR SOME TO UNDERSTAND WHY A CITI- VICE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT ALSO HELPED FIGHT THE BLAZE.HONOR .

statewide fish of ZEN WITHOUT CHILDREN IN SCHOOL CAN OPENLY OPPOSE
Fishing Derby, a start the first April. Every
tagging project for the benefitof person who is interested in the ACTION THAT DOES NOT PERSONALLY CONCERN THEM. ROLLANNOUNCED FLORIDA MEDICS

conservation and recreation. fight against cancer please come WHILE ON THE OTHER HAND IT WILL BE EASY TO UNDERSTAND GIVE SCHOLARSHIP Beauty NeedsTo

The Derby, now under way and brings friend. WHY CITIZENS WITH CHILDREN IN SCHOOL WILL FIGHT
through April 30 In its Zone 1, FOR THAT WHICH WILL PROVIDE THE BEST EDUCATION POS- Jacksonville, March 22 The and Be Planned"Start

the lower East Coast, will open SONS AND DAUGHTERS Honor Rolls for CrawfordvilleHigh Florida Medical Association
I SIBLE FOR THEIR
for three months April 1 In Zone the Florida Medical Foundation, with a sound planl"This '
2, Southwest Florida; May 1 in I I HONEY PRICE SUPPORT THERE ARE MANY PROBLEMS THAT FACE PARENTS TODAY School Fourth Grading today Jointly announced estab- is the advice given by the
followsAll
Term !
Zone 3, Central Florida) and : RATES FOR 1965 SET AND IT SEEMS THAT MOST ARE INTERESTED IN THOSE PROGRAMS '' \f.e.as Roll: lishment of an annual $1,000 American Association of Nurs-

June 1 In Zone 4, North Florida.On THAT WILL BE OF BENEFIT TO THEIR CHILDREN AND Gene Strickland n Jack Town- medicalscholarshiptobe awarded erymen for home community

the East Coast, the Com- 1965 of honey will CAUSE THE LEAST AMOUNT OF UNREST POSSIBLE. LET US ALL send Oaks, Anne Ma- the high school student win- and business planting and
mission Is making a special stu- I. The crop rate LET THE SCHOOL BOARD AND THE OTHERS INVOLVED KNOW Regina ning the association's first place beautification urged by Presi-
the Linda Lawhon
be supported at same this Cindy Russ, ,
WHICH IS THE BEST I ,
habits of WEAREMOST INTERESTED IN THAT In the State Science
young THAT senior prize the
dy of the biting ineffectforthe 1964 crop, Emery PamOliver, Becky Porter, Ric- dent Johnsons "America
bass, ong with other biologica I I Williams, Chairman of the- FOR OUR CHILDREN. ky Strickland, Mark Miller Fair. Beautiful" program. Once an
will be -
research.Bass Agricultural Stabilization and DarlyncWlldern, Michelle Mc- The scholarship presented area is beautified, a mainte-
be home for the first time April 9
arc known to DEFENSE to and
Committee SEMINOLES preserve
Conservation State Calllster. nance program
loving creatures, rarely stray- has announced. A National DEDICATION AT BOYS LOOKS GOODTallahassee "A-B" Honor Roll In the tenth annual State Science periodically enhance the beauty
It Is donatedand
ing far away, but what happensif average price of 11.2 cents per RANCH MARCH 18 FUst Gradet Bill Harvey, Eet- Fair at Orlando.administered the also is needed..

they are moved strange water pound has been set by Secretaryof With the sprin soy Moore Sheryl Nazworth, will be the association by affiliated Many beautification projects

? Agriculture Freeman This Live Oak It's a long way game a little over a week sway Dennis Tucker, Helen Wilson, Foundation,educational and research when first completed have been

The answer They'll bite any- represents 63 percent of the from Wall Street to the Suwan- Coach Bill Peterson views te Klmmie Dykes, Bonita Stokley, very beautiful, but lack of

thing and everything they see March 1965 parity price adjusted nee River, but the gap will be Florida State football team in Kevin Gaby. organization.Drs. and Leo maintenance sometimes has
Samuel M. Day
.
before them. to a 60-pound container.The bridged on March 28 when a about the same way he did be Second Grade Dinee Dickson, caused them In deteriorate In
For its experiment, the Com- 1965 support rates for Florida $50,000 residence cottage is fore the start of spring drills. Danica Weiford, Cindy Strick- M. Wachtel, FMA and FMF pre- later years. The nub of the
said the
mission tagging team, headed by color and class are as dedicated at the Florida Sheriffs "The people we knew wet land, Pamela Harvey, Lisa sidents, respectively, whole problem Is to make cer-
by William L. Wegener, trans- follows 12.9 cents for whiteor Boys Ranch. football players have reinforce. Smith. funds will be held in trust for up tain the plantings will be kept

ferredtaggedyoiuig! bass in tank lighter table honey, 11.9 The Boys Ranch, a home for our belief in them, he says Third Grades Cheryl Brimner, to eight years following the re- permanently beautiful.

trucks from their native habitat cents for extra light amber table needy and worthy boy supported "But the younger boys don't Angela Evans, Bill Moore, Sa- cipient's high school graduation. Here are the steps to take
and released them in canals of honey, 10.4 cents for light entirely by voluntary contribu- seem to be coming along the rabeth Morrison, Terry Naz If and when he enrolls in a medical for home beautification*
school within that time the
Palm Beach, Broward and Dade amber table honey, and 8.4 tions, is located near here on way we had hoped. We have worth Sheree Kay Phillips, 1, Start with a good landscape -
will be out in equal
counties Percentage-wise, cents for other table and non- the banks of the Suwannee; and insufficient depth on both offense Ricky Sarvis, Deanna Jo Wha- money paid plan from a responsible
of the four
each
installments
their has been more rapid and defense.
capture table honey.Mr. the 2:00 P.M. dedication rites You
landscape nurseryman
and twice as great as tagged Williams said that theprice will honor the late Charles E. Sore spots are still apparent at ley.Fourth Grades Debbie Mathers, years he is In school, providing have the planting done
fish released in home water. announcedapplies and at several offensive satisfactory grades are maintained. may
rate Merrill a former "country boy"from quarterback Marsha
support Debbie Weiford, Jernl- by the nursery, or you may do
One fisherman alone caught to honey marketed dur- Green Cove Springs, Flo- line positions below the Linda Deal. .
four in two days, and received ing the 1965 marketing season rida who founded Merrill, first unit. gan Fifth, Gradel Desmond Tucker, The new scholarship will b* it yourself.
cash awards from the have given in addition to the annual 2. What you are trying to
Two defensive players
$2,025 in April 1. Price Pierce Fenner and
which begins Lynch David Brown
Martin
Vemon ,
Awards create is a beautiful setting for
State Science Fair
Schlitz Brewing Company through in good fashion, FMA
Jos. support is available through Smith, the world's largest brok- come Lorinda Nazworth.
which defrays all costs of the farm-storage loans and pur- erage firm. however, and should strengthen Sixth Grades Marion Laird, which have been given for the your home with provisions for

conservation program. He is chases. Producers may apply State Treasurer Broward Williams Florida State's already strong Sara Nazworth, past eight years. They are outdoor family garden living
Cindy Harper, awarded for excellence in med- recreation and entertainment.
Owen Day, Fort Lauderdale post for price support on the 1965 the featured speaker, defensive unit. Brenda Pelt Susan Pelt, Gloria
office worker, who would have through December 31 will be introduced by Winn- "Charles Pennie has been look icall/-re 1 a te d exhibits. Top This may Include as little or

got more except that he threw crop 1965. These loans will mature Dixie Stores President A. D. ing very good at defensive tackle Thomas.Seventh Grade Deborah Cox- senior division (grades 10-12)) as much as desired, such as

back the first two, worth at not later than May 31, 1966. Davis, a close friend of Merrill and Bill Campbell will definitely well Elizabeth Braxton, Melin- prize Is a $100 savings bond. swimming pool landscaping
least $25 and maybe higher a-' interested in Ranch. help out in the secondary First place junior (grades 7-9)) terrace beautification home
producers and of the
Boys
Honey a trustee da Harvey.
wards ranging up to $10,000. loansare Peterson award is a $50 bond. Four $25 rose and fruit gardens and
applying for price-support Davis was responsible for a donation says. Grades Linda Taylor
didn't know then the his old- Eighth bonds are presented as honorable
He mean- to contact their local Charles E. Mer- Pcnnie plays opposite whatever else Is desired.
urged from the
Pam Blanton Becky Bonyata
numbered the defen- mentions by the Woman's Auxiliary make the
ing of their tags. office for com- er brother Frank In Landscaping can
ASCS which a
county paid Rabenau.
rill Foundation Scott Frank
One othe four-ounce fish he line and they are an impressive Gaby, to the association and all whole property beautiful and
details the sive ,
on of the
plete program. large portion of the cost Ninth Grade Danny Carter,
took to a Schlitz wholesaler In pair. Both stand 6-4, winners receive special hand- liveable.
with rules hada residence cottage.Representingthe. around 240 and Barbara Raker, Rhonda Burn- lettered framed certificates.
accordance Derby Merrill fam- Frank weighing In community projects, sound
000 value and a number Charles about 230. Winners are selected by a Judg-
$1, tag \ and ett.Tenth planning Is doubly valuable.
the rites will be Mr. Grade Diane Porter
at ,
designated as an Old Milwaukee MEN IN SERVICE Mrs.ily Robert Magowan of San The older Pennie has been a ing committee of physicians.The Beautification accumulates If
John Taylor.
Conservation Awan defensive starter for two medical group president
years properly maintained. If not It
Great Lakes 111. (niTNC'March Francisco, California She Is Eleventh Grades Donnie said the scholarship and other
which double the normal and was drafted by the Detroit
pays and her Miller. slips back and re-doing may
Steaman Mr. Merrill's daughter Sparkman Danny
10 RecruitCharles awards to
arc given
award. Day was paid $2,000.His Lions as a future last season. encourage
be needed often.
boardof more
fourth young bass was worth W. Tully, Jr., 18, husband is chairman of the Campbell, who played on the Twelfth Grade Jerry Core, qualified, gifted students to un-
Stores a large Barbara Pat Crawford 2. A survey of the community
sup- Jernigan ,
,
Safeway
$25.00. Allwere caught on USN, son of Mr. and Mrs..Char- second defensive unit last fall, dertake careen In the medical Is advisable to determine the
chain. ; Ann Moore.
Highway27near Andytown, and les W. Tully of Route 1, Craw- ermarket Is one of the fastest men on the sciences. of
barbecue byfriends number and character
A free provided scope
were "transferred" fish. fordville, Fla., is undergoing team and will be used to return .J__
of the Ranch will be the plantings Street tree plant-
Schlitz award basic raining at the Naval In; addition to his defen-
Incidentally, served at 12i30 P. M. and the I punts Ing Is desirable as are landscaping -
Lakes SPONSOREDBY
winning fish wear small oblong Training Center, Great sive duties. When last Saturday CAR WASH NEW CHURCHIN
,
is Invited. of Institutional grounds
metal tags clipped to their up- Ill. public with scrimmage was cancelledthe ANNUAL STAFFA I PANACEA
Merrill churches.
The Cottage especially schools and
The nine-week training includes -
lip metal discs the size of former Tampa Chamberlali
per facilities for 20 and a mar- for
a dime near the tail, or stiff naval orientation, Navy boys startook to the track and ran lithe CarWashwill be held March Local nurserymen can plan
"staff has started the
ried couple employed as Construction on the school to be plantedIn
,
yellow nylon cord protrudingfrom history and organization, seamanship the 440 against Furman, finishing 27th from 8.00 til 12:00 A.M. Riverside Church In Panacea grounds ,
wUl increase Baptist arboretum
both sides of their under- ordnance and gunnery, parents" third. Please bring your car to the such a manner as to be an
Salt water fish released military drill, first aid and sur Ranch capacity to an all-time Meanwhile protectio back of the Court House call of Information
belly. of 100 boys and make It pass or Z. W. Revelle, a member of landscapedwith
by the State Board of Conser- vival. high I will come in for a large share o an Annual Staff Member. Committee sail Churches can be
the recruits i one of the largest child-care the Building in the
mentioned
training
vation for the Derby, have the During attention from here out. Flo- plants
church Is the
same identifying marks. receive tests and interviewswhichdeterminetheirfuture Institutions In the state. : rida State's seniors were gives the Crawfordville sponsored Road Missionary by Bible, for added Interest.

The Derby is open free to the assignments two days off this week so thai DINNER AT ST. MARKS Baptist Church in Tallahassee In community beautification

public, and the awards may be I In the Navy. Upon the younger players could get The building In Panacea Is located a committee headed by the

claimed from any Schlitzwhole- completing the program, they SGT. NESBIT COMPLETES more work. Another delicious dinner will south of Panacea on U.S. mayor and consisting of civic
saler who deliver the tagged are assigned to service school) TRAINING COURSE Some who have a chance of be served at the St. Marks 98. leaders, horticultural group

fish to the state agencies for fortechnicaltralning or to ship playing for the Seminoles at School next Saturday, March nurserymen service groups

scientific research. and stations for on-the-job Denver, Colo. Staff Sergeant sophomores next fall are Carlie garden clubs, including the editor

It never pays to throw back a training in a Navy rating spe William D. Nesbit, son of Mr. McNeil, 190 pound linebackel 27.Serving will start at five o'- of the local newspaper can

Schlitz tagged fish. cialty.Naval. and Mrs. Loyd D. Nesbit of 119 from Macon, Ga., Thurston clock.A be formed to guide the program
training produces the Hull St., Coos Bay, Ore., has 210 pound end from choice of roast turkey or -..'_- A booklet entitled "I'd Like to

power in seapower by supplying been graduated from the train- College Park, Ga., and Rom- roast beef with all the trim- :;. Live There" may be obtained
qualified personnel to man the| Ing course for U. S. Air Force ney Vlstart, 270 pound tackle mings. Q .Itl! from the United States-Depart,

ships, aircraft and shore stations precision equipment technicians from Colquitt, Ga. Everyone is cordially Invited.W. .-.. :; ment of Agriculture
THE SENIORTALENT of today's modem Navy. at Lowry AFB, Colo. The Seminoles have another If there develops a shortage

Sergeant Nesbit, now trainedto game scrimmage scheduled Los of trees large enough for street
SHOW repair, calibrate and certify .this Saturday afternoon.WOMAN'S F1e1he itl/ .;jJ and Institutional plantings they

April 9 could be the big dayIn precision measuring equipment, S. SCHLEY ATTENDS God shall supply ever'1l1eed0IyounPhll4:19) should be contracted for from
is being to a Strategic I
your life. Come on out to PLAY SET FOR assigned local nurserymen over a periodof
the Senior Talent Show and din SOPCHOPPYThe Air Command (SAC) unit at CLUB CONFERENCEThe years In advance since they
Castle AFB Calif. His squadron Turn to God in for
prayer
prod
play your talent. All those Interested BOARD MEETINGThe Wakulla Civil De take years to grow unlike
the SAC mission of County
fulfillment of needs
supports the
your manufactured
asked to High School ucts that can be
are get an application Sopchoppy fence Director W. W. Schley
the nation's intercon- ,
from the Senior Class Senior Class Play will be shown keeping CrawforoVille Woman'' conference of the and prosperity will come to at a moment's notice, the as
tinental missiles and bomb- ) Is attending a
You must have your entry In by I Friday, April 2, at 8:00: P.M. ers on constant alert.jet Club will ho Id their gulai Civil Defence Authority in Jack- you in the form of rich, pro- sociation advises

April 1 and should be In no laer In the school auditorium. The sergeant 4s a graduate of board meeting Tuesday night, sonville. Also, other directors ductive usable ideas. God will

: If possi lr. Title of this year's production Weed(N.M.) High School. His March 30th, at 8:00 P.M. Al from accredited counties, state, show you how to use your

We are very excited and hope li "Onions in.The Stew". wife, Shirley, lathe daughter ofDanny board members are urged to attend ,I and area staff members and representatives ideas to bring abundance into The road to success ii always -
you will be, too. So, hurry Admission is 75* for adults Bowen of Crawfordville, as there is come very important {I' from OCD Region' your life for ideas are blessings under construction.

and get your entry and hel: and Sat for students and child- Florid* Items to be brought up. 3 are attending. from God.
make this a big show. ren.

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COUNTY NEWS NOTICE OF LEGISLATION I tonwood to SR 3(59. I I

THURSDAY, March 25. 1965 Hickory from 369 to Cottonwood -
t TO WHOM IT MAY CON- pL y STATE

ltd! CERN: Notice is hereby given Holly from SR 369 to FLORIDA.

Intention to apply to the 1965 Cottonwood. cp aS

\ Session of the Florida Legislature (dThe following in St.
WAKULLA for passage of an act relat- Market WED. thru 'iA I.I

COUNTY NEWS ing to the town of St. Marks in Riverside from SR 30 E

Wakulla County;amending Sections to boat ramp and West WED thru SAT

fOR 11, 21, 35 and 116 of from 30 to Old Fort.
Telephone WAlnut 4-1301 KtKlt: Three bedroom, of Florida Otter Creek. Mary Whitman
chapter 63-1872, Laws #3 Crawfordvilleto By
house.
Call WA 6-3436. being the charter of said I 14 Sopchoppy to Ochlocknee How many coin collectors are< Frank Sinatra. Clint Walker
1# town; providing that the mayorbe River. there In the United States and Tommy Sandi Steve McQueen Lee Remick

selected on a rotating basis; I #6 Spring Creek to Panacea. Canada'
Virginia Kl htly v Editor clarifying the implication of #5 SR 369 to Ben Haden. Estimates range from II low NONE BUT THE BRAVE | in
the town commissioners in #7 Spring Creek to St. Marks. of 2,5 million to a high of around
presiding BABY THE RAIN MUST FALL
FOR SAID 1963 Kenmore Electric 10 million. There' no unlveteai-
'Publisher'RnUrrd \ at mayors court; requiring the Chain
Mr. Young in
Fred Keightley Range, Like New, $75.- ly accepted figure because no
00 or best offer. Call Donald the town attorney to be a Mr. Carter moved and Mr. official tabulation has ever been
member of the Florida Bar in
at Crawfordvllle. Florida L. Tucker, WA 6-3391. Walker seconded that Mr. Coy made.

1Ht'Ond clue matUr. Subwrip 2t-3/l8.25. good standing; changing the Sanders hired as truck driver, "However, by starting with "
hours the polls shall be open; commencing March 1, 1965. known factors and then doing:
lion rate: $3.00 per jr..r. providing an effective date. I Mr. Carter explained that due toj some educated guessing we can PIXBY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

3/25. sickness, etc., there was a'' eliminate some of the" more Inaccurate OUTDOOR OH WOODVILLE HWT.
estimates points out
REAL ESTATE shortage of one truck driver and
Richard S. Yeoman one of the

Homes Acreage HELP FEMALE WANTED MALE OR i| with the above this in mind.motion The was motion made ties nation's top numismatic author! THURS. FRI. 6 SAT. THURS. FRI. G SAT. '

Waterfront lots START A RAWLEICH BUS- was carried.Mr. Certain segments of the numlsmatlc -

INESS. Real opportunity now Carter in the Chain fraternIty have known

HENRY WILLIAMS permanent, profitable Mr. Walker moved that Roberts membership totals, continue:
GUN HAWK Color BECAUSE THEY'RE YOUNG
Yeoman, who Is vice president!)
REALTY BROKER work in Franklin Co. or Tay- Rules of Parlimentary Pro- also
Ns of the Coin DivIsion Whitman
Phone 741 P. O. Box 275 lor Co. Write Rawleigh FA cedure be adopted by the Boardof WIs alsoROUSTABOUT
Publishing Co. Racine. GUNS AT BATASI
0 0 J roIf I St. Marks, Florida I B 220 29, Memphis, Tenn. County Commissioners but For example, there are 12001 Color

5t211.25.311.25.4l.MINUTES I the motion failed for lack of coin supply dealers; 25,000 members also also

I I second. Mr. Davis moved that In the American' Numlsmatlc Fri. G Sat. at Hi 10 P.EUDIN'FOOI0.
the Board adopt a resolution pro- Association; 2,500 coin MUSCLE BEACH PARTY
OF THE BOARD OF viding that the Board may borrow clubs In the V. S. and Canada ,

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF against future gas tax receipts with an average membership of!

.- Earth from Holy Land shrines, WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA for Wakulla County the 100 each for a total of 250,000; ,I

You Need. In beautiful transparent locket, February 24, 1965 purpose of this resolution is around 457.000 subscribers to II
available leading coin periodicals\ ; and
$1.00. make and
an Inspiring keepsake The Board of possible
County Commissioners about 195,01111 persons who at-
OfficeSuppliesBusiness Holy Land Pathways Rt. 2, of funds sufficient to let contractfor
Wakulla County met! tend coin shows each year
e Machine Kenosha, Wisconsin. this date in Crawfordville, with construction of Curtis Mills Another yardstick" is the nurn

Office Furniture 3/25. the following present : Road, estimated cost of ber of proof sets distributed In
same to be in excess of $300- a representative In 1961,
year.
Se or Cill Willard Carter, Chairman;
000.00. The motion was car- approximately 4 million led
George Young Vice-Chairman
RANEY WHALEYat ; were dilated, but many went
LEGISLATION William Walker and John L. ried.Mr.
NOTICE OF ,
Strickland moved the to non collectors (souvenir
Davis. Commissioner Strick-
Board to adjourn and it was so hunters, et') because of the TAX
NOTICE IS HEREBY GWEN land absent due to Illness of his ordered.Approveds. popularity of the Kennedy hal
CAPITAL OFFICE that legislation will be intro- father, Mr. H. D. Strickland. dollar.

EQUIPMENT CO. duced in the legislature of the Moody P e a r c e. Clerk; J. H. Willard Chairman.Carter, "A more representative yearIs

Jl. South Ad.mi St. State of Florida at the next ensuing Hudson County Attorney; and 1958. when 875.000 sets were
Attest Clerk.
Comer E. PesucolaTALLAHASSEE session thereof for the passage Carmel Pelt, Road Superintendent. Moody' Pearce leleased by Investors In quanti.

FLORIDA of an act to amend the 2, 1965 ties for one-at.a-lime, over-the NOTICEAll
Municipal Charter of the Townof The Chairman announcffl that The Board of County Commis- counter sales to collectors" he

St. Marks, amending Section I the meeting was called for the sioners of Wakulla County met notes
The oxeiall total for them
37of Chapter 63-1872, Special I purpose of making a secondaryroad this date in Crawfordville with categories Is 1,814.000 partial

Acts of 1963, to amend the list to be submitted to the all members present, Moody s U I m. obl'loulllyJlltorted be.
the office of State Road Department and on Clerk Carmel Pelt
Oualifactions for I Pearce ,cause of overlap and dupllcatlo
Town Attorney; and, to amend the mot ion of Commissioner Road Superintendent and J. H. In the categoriesHoweei .
Section 112 of Chapter 6-1872 I Carter and the Second of Com- Hudson, County Attorney.The ', .when coin supply
become
Taxes d.lin.qu.ntApril
Special Acts of 1963 to change missioner Davis the Board ap- minutes of the last meet- sales are considered and liberal County

H date of Municipal election to proved to be submitted to the Ing were read and approved. allowance N made for tindlicov..
3rd Saturday of February and to State Road Department the followings Commissioner Davis moved Bred lolleitors. a grand total of!

Amend Section 113, of Chapter that Mr. Raymond Nichols be around 4 million numismatists 1st.

63-1872, Special Acts for 1963 SECONDARY ROAD LIST hired as dragline operator until becomes a reasonable estimate

to change time for voter registration I #1 Curtis Mills Road Mr. Carl Revell is able to return 'It's not meant as a true fig..
but does show how Inaccurate
to provide that registra- #2 (a) Rock Kandlng Street in to this Job. lire some of the other current

tion books shall remain open for i Panacea. The motion carried with Mr. estimates are" concludes Yea.

registration between the hoursof Wakulla Avenue from' Strickland voting against I the man whose film Is the na Uon'.
7:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.I i Levy Bay Road to Division motion for the reason that the leading manufacturer of cols Pay your Tax.. now and save Interest
to A mend Section; 21 of Chapter I Street. County had been forced to let collecting mateiials

63-1872, Special Acts of 19631 All of Division Street. men go for lack of funds in the
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to provide that in the absenceor First Street. Road and Bridge Fund.

I.EON SEPTIC TANK disability of the Mayor and/ Martin Avenue from 1st On the motion of Commissioner Lets Go Sofifutqi I Ia J. M. GWIN

SERVICE.' or the treasurer that one of the to US 98. Young the Board voted to dis- {

remaining members of the Town Tully Avenue from 1st continue any discussion on the Tax CollectorNOTICE

Clean Ol tRepair Commission shall be chosen by to US 98.Crawford. Harrington matter in Surf until

lot act as Mayor pro tempore; Avenue from the next regular meeting.
JOt Amend Section 11 of 1st to US 98. Commissioner Walker voting
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New Installation Chapter 63-1872, Special Acts I Bay Drive from 1st to against the motion for the reason -
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The Best For Leas of 1963 to provide that the Mayor US 98. that he felt that Mr. Har-

cannot succeed himself. (b) The following in Sop- rington could be given an ans-

TelephoneTallahassee Providing an effective date. choppy wer at this time and the Board
4tc-3/18.25.4/1.8. Sidewalks on Second should do so.
877-1773 Avenue 5 Blocks. Mr. Walker moved and Mr. GET TOUR OUTBOARD
lifter
f:00 p.m. Sheldon Street from 2nd Davis seconded that Mr. Hudson READY FOR SPRING

Ave. to 6th C from 6th County Attorney, contact Mr. Now hear this! All hands will re SPECIALS FRI, SAT, MON. AND TUB8.

to Dixon. Oaks and determine what were port for another "wa-on of fun afloat

Summer St. from 3rd to obligations of County Commis- North South Fast and Wr.t, il'i
HOUSE;
MAXWELL
6th. sioners in the Panacea Air Strip the traditional time to get your rig:
Dees Barber ShopFOUR ready for a full 'a'oOn of fishing.I'mi.ing Ib.can I /9c
4th Ave. from Rose to project.Mr. COFFEE . .
llrrr
or water titling are i a
CLASHSHOP Sheldon. Davis moved and Mr. few tips from Bill Spaeth manage
POINTS Dixon St. from 1st to 2nd. Walker seconded that Roger of engineering at Evinrucle Motor! Smoked PICNIC Shoulders lb. 35c
Winter St. from 1st to 2nd. Land be offered a job with the The entire. nine.up job rinuMn'l ,

BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 2nd from Mill to "A". County Mosquito Control Unit. take more than a couple of hour S'
& Around Lunch Room at The motion was carried. If you don't know anything: about

OPEN TIL School(300)feet.( ) Commissioner Walker moved motor, don't try to tune up you PIES, Chick Turkey 4 for 99.C
5th Ave. from Dixon to Clerk be own outboard motor Take it to a
8:00 P. M. FRIDAYS that the requested to
dealer.

FRENCH EARLY AMERICAN PROVINCIAL (c) The Summer.following in Craw- keep double entry set of bookson But if you have Mime knowledge|< HAM CENTER CUTS. . LB. . 89*
County property, etc. of mechanics, Mart with the ignilicystrm. .,
VICTORIAN fordvillei The motion failed for lack ofa
GRADY WHITFIELD Trying lo squeeze a few more
FURNITURE Old St. Marks Road East second. hour from had spark plug will tin Ham Frosty Morn whole or Vi 59c

HAROLD BALES-BOB CHRISTIE from US 319 1 mile On the motion of Mr. Young vile troul>le. Install new one* or have
Phon. 335-1222 (continuation of BaySt. ) and the second of Mr. Davis all the old one cleaned and regappei .
1901 N. Monroe St. DEE COOK Owner Dogwood Ave. from SR County Operators were set at Ignition wiring and ronnecton FRYERS, grade1A", lb. 29c

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA 369 East.Cottonwood. salaries of $300.00 per month.Mr. with worn spats or orai'In, defective
St. from rondenier or coil ran doe l
Strickland
voting against. Coinl.
hard marline An T-BONE STEAK lb.
e69c
inennemivc
Dogwood to Mimosa Motion by Mr. Strickland and park checker will tell you if a .
and Mimosa from CotTaltahaMtt everything a
seconded by Mr. Young that all
in nhipshape. If you are In Ml DNDYGRITS
County Road employees be doubt! conoult your marine dealer.
I worked for 9 hours per day at The entire fuel nyslrrn should lie 2lbs. 19c.
BusliMM Firm same rate of pay. The motion checked and cleaned. The fuel bow ,
was carried with Mr. Davis and should l I. removed and in.perled. I If

Mr. Walker voting No. the fuel filter I ia clogged it should BANANAS . . .2 Ibs. 25c
be Acetone
Motion by Mr. Walker that replared. or lacquer thin
DIRECTORYPatornlM laborers who follow road machines ner will remove deposit from the HOMBISCUITS..MAlI y'
fuel tank. Fuel left over from lat
be placed under supervision canon should be discarded. I 3 cans 29c
a e
of Road Machine Operators. Change the lubricant in the lower
Then Advertiser The motion died for lack of unit following manufacturer'. recommendutiorn ,

second.At in the owners manual.
OilS.A.M. there were no If the old lubricant shows signs or METCALF FROZEN SEA FOOOf
T
bidders on jail repairs so the water, have the lower unit inspected

F R MFEEDS Little Fouls Store, O. Board ordered that advertise- at your dealer. SHRIMP S
I.
GRAMLING BREWED 2oozREAOtD .
roe ment for bids be re-run to be The owners manual will alto how 1.29
Ca'pital'i all the fitting that need lubrication,
J "The opened on April, 1965, at
Apply light of oil
coat all
Major for Minors" & CO. 10:00 o'clock A.M. to metal .
CAildr,,,', Furniture Tovi parts.
The Board the
approved vou- No
u Garnet spring tune-up Ii complete 6z.
Bobbies One-Stop Service for SHRIMP 14
chers before and directed that without clone Inspection of 99t
Baby Aoctitoriet your oul
K Flint River Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1148 Feed Seed Fertilizer warrants be issued in payment lHMrd' propeller Even if it doenn' cm

Wll 8. ....n.... p. ----- ---- -- therefor and there being no fur- how .i.n of encemive wear have
S2J.OT7J
Poultry Supplies ther business coming to the attention the pilch checked by your ouihoard 49 *:
802.
Garden ToolsSo. of the Board the same dealer. Improper pitch can mea STICKS

was adjourned on the motion of poor performance in tome oa.c,.,
Adams at S.A.L.R.R. motor damage. A damaged ,
.. Comm. Strickland and the second prop BREADED
-- -r -- -- -- SUBER & JOHNSON Crowing Mould be replaced, and the old one
of Commissioner
Young. kept aa a .
apare.Before OYSTERS 70z. 49C
Seeds, Fertilizer Phone 223-0173 Approved: Willard Carter, patting yourself on the
-Baby Chicks
Chairman. back conduct a final visual checkto

Light Weight and Regular Farm Supplies Attests Moody Pearce, Clerk. make aura all screws have been FISH ROE lb.

Conerttt ploelc_ I Cor Gaines And Woodward Sts. erly replaced lightened and all fastenings are prop I 99c.

Hanson, Wood and Tel. 222.8960BakerAlford DEVILED

Hoel Ind.; Inc.S. tRAts S In box- 99c

Adams St. at 4-Pointt Capital Stone Co. WE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Tel. 222-5840 P. O. Box SRI !
, I Sine. 1908 TRADE YOUR ACREAGE IN WAKULLA COUNTY BULK SEED A FERTILIZER
I
I, -...----- MARBLE GRANITE FOR SOMETHING YOU WANT IN

BRONZE TALLAHASSEEA SHOP LOCALLY AND
I Co. MEMORIALS SAVE
HOME OR INCOME PROPERTY
Yeager, Cornet.ry WorkpAll Ttptt r
"Tu Po"" H W FISHiNG

fi Inc.MttranM Anything; for your auto track 608 W. Gaines St-Ttl. 223-0719 Letha Cannon Young SUPPLIES

i,r or tractor. Also for your power Walter F. Buehaa, Mgr Associate trade
Specialist EARTHWORMS
I'r;' lawnmower, and much for your
,/ and Bod boat i '
208 N. Adam. St. Ph. 222-8380 I CHAS. H. DEES REALTOR
Adam T.l. 2224680I'
214 $. St.- PIGOTT'S
221 S. Calhoun Street STORE

Phone : 224-6167 MEQART .'

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Win! The Odds Are Great! Colleen McNeill of Oregon


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the *h. h*. rnmpUtnnl "lx>ul h.rh .. III lilllil Hllil II' l.. Hlllinli .
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game
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( the one. i .M, ,. II I. .
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for good taste
cancer"'Xf
I I'm cured of
34-l h Eaittf tunny
YOUR CHOICE fun :
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I Savings Insured lo $/0.000( settle down in soft hair and enjoy
,
like most to a l trnl her. ('ire .,. .nit
Limit! One gift per account ,/;.:::& by U. S. Covtrnmtnr AgcncUNIVEKSITYIRANCH yom fricncU' talk and )our beer's taste. Beer was


made to lelaxitli. Made to refresh you cool

>ou, beer your taste! So next time you're playin lAnmiikiRv I ; i ,in? j
f
!some MHiihlc. .It-home game, take time I IMIII'i ,.lilrt.r? true, it VIII 'oC

I1 11 out for the companionable taste of !beer ,1 I'I''tt I ,Ir1. i'ia ,I r ,t a.mn a. 1 '
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UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC. .
f 0 BOX 273 WINTER PARK FLORIDA

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BUSINESS EDUCATIONTO
AMI IWAN: CANCI: It SOCII IVr.i '

BEGIN APRIL 12 1965




R.gliltration 8.30 A.M.: Brgmi lo 4 Monday:00 P.M., March 22 ( I i YOU FRU 1 inr{ LAG NI UH THE mHIASI -

Days: Monday lhr ugS Friday OF ANY usi n CA1, .i-son! o' MORE

UnglH: 9 wttkt (April 12-June 11) VISI1 1 I I Till R OF OUR) LOTS AN') SU OUR

One-Day Olds or Starters. F f INI I SI LI CT ION I OF OK USI > CARSLOT

Tip,,.
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Bookkerpin9 110- :
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10:4011JS'ookh."in : NO 1 LOT NO 2
GROW look.p. J:' N '....... rn ,:. rll MM II .......... r* :UVIM
i THEY'LL 2:13- 3.10
1963 Impabl $2095

I INTO REAL zrMONEY EngluK, Bv....... ttylnningfngluh \ 8:)0- 9:25 \a ......n./.1/, /.n/nl. .ii. .t.uN.Ch,... A .".hlt.. I.A'"a .

..,,, $1895
/ 'utll.... Ad".ud 2:153:10: "I 1963 Chrvrol't
MAKERS ".,... .. AI VI KltlB .I".. ....
; 1:132:10: '..'".
''.' Fling 960 Dodge . $595
FOR YOU. -J'L1. Math ...i"... ... lllS- 2)10 ...... .. "Ih ...lomnlir UMlliliU
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I OHict P.clce 1040: -11:33 1961 Monu. $1095

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7 1962 Jeep $1295
Tli. _....." "..,Ite .) ywr 1peedI ..,i..i.., 1.15: 3:10 Pleura ..." 4 .h.a itrlnHh
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up.w **.. hlckl y... tttitifh. Shorthand, Advanctd 8:30-lOlJO 1961 Ford. $1095
.. link \l lUnUiil
f.r ye.' any *. k'ti' ** T.n.cripli.n.. .., "nine ...... 11.40: -12:35: .M fkli, > |

.,....., a.... hew M' Brag 963 CorvJ.r $1745
lnt.rmdi.t. 1:15: 2:10Tr.wscripti.n ran..1.4 will.I. MlIk
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933 10.30 .' """ ..""
i Ad.i"c.d 1961 Comet. $995

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r CHICK STARTER Typewriting, Adf.n .d ..... 10.40: -12:35 1958 Ford . $495. .

Typ.writiwp. (ca"ell.Id..1 L..ld 933: -10:30: 1963 Corvdi 95 $1295 :. .::':: ':::= M.MI" 'MA ::
CRUMBLES K.mt..ld.. pk'A NParr.. /,. rle.n'
T".wi"1I1 (11,41.14..1. L..tli) 2:153:10

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Also :., .... .hin 4 -... r.... I :..d..r..MIMw. .... lu* M.ler. Ow<

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LAYING CRUMILES .Alt4e-.4 AMI...* ""H...lct.Mcktof A..4. ,............ Ct .... Chevrolet $295 1960 Valiant $695
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T"n... tot 1or14e StvcItftt
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LONG TRADES- 'lr"

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;I t I A PARTY'S CROWNING GLORY CRAWFORDVIIIE' PERSONALSMr. yj 7 I THURSDAr.WAKULLA MARCH COUNTY 25. HEW 1963 \


John Braxton attended a SOPCHOPPY NEWS
meeting of a 11 Florida Text Book
F Managers on Thursday, March BY LOUISE C. SAPP
18, at the Y. M.Ci A. In Jack- Miss Mattie Revell visited relatives -
R sonville. and friends In Dothan,
4' ,..:. 'i'.I. Alabama, over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Porter
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returned home Saturday from Miss Value Hodge of Talla-
.. Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. hassee pent the spring holidays
.: Porter underwent heart .surgery.She visiting her grandmother, Mrs.

..;:.; ':: \: v1r ) is doing! nicely. Delma Roberts.

.: I af ,:,'\ Mrs. Harold Blanton and children Spring Is officially here. Ma-
.: spent the spring holidays-in ny students, their families and
; 1 ; "' Troy, Ala, visiting relatives. friends, took advantage of the
Mrs. Blanton's mother came two-day respite from school
',. s. back with them to spend a week. venturing different points north,
p. east, south and west.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bonyataand
Becky, Chuck and Betsy,
Florence Payne visited in her
eic visited in Crawfordville Sunday home at Panama City
and attended services at the
Methodist Church.
Mr. EdwinBarfleld was
among
_____ delegates chosen to "ttelld theTeacher's
Mrs. John Braxton and children Association held in
spent the holidays in Mari-
Jacksonville Friday. Accom-
with Mrs. Braxton's
anna par- panying him was his wife, Am-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Good-
anda. With a side trip to Mon-
r"t, I win. ticello, the Barf ie Ids joined

James Hammick spent several their two children, Kessel and
;tea 1 1If days last week with his father, Kay, who were visiting their
Mr. E. G. Hammick. "Sonny" grandparents. The Barfield

....fl. .''. W is In college at Macon, Ga. family Sunday.returned to their home

rur there xas a .part) roaM, n't the beautiful crown of pork. Mrs. A. R. Pearce, Sr., was
Crisp brown and shining on the outside, this roan should be moist honored on her 75th birthday Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and
270IMAR'65form3JNeed rich and l fl.iuwMirne on the inside Because of its dramatic shape, it with a dinner at the home of Mrs. Helen Beasley visited Mr.
can be furnished with any number of exotic auompammems and come and Mrs. Terry Land in Panama
her son, A R. Pearce, Jr., in
to the table as a main dish in the grand manner. To be sure you don't Tallahassee March City Sunday. Mrs Beasley remained
detract from the star's billing, chose the rest of the meal with care: on Sunday, with the Lands for a few
Simple/ pjrskjed potatoes, a salad and a beverage which join the 21st. Mr. and Mrs. Moody days, before Joining her husbandin
Personal Loan ? Pearce and Jan from Crawford-
a dinner as an integral pan of the meal/-beer or ale. ville attended. Port St. Joe. "

A crcmn roast, of tours is simply the rib ends of the loin shaped
and lied to form i urilc Like all pork, it will bake several hours Those from Wakulla County Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
(until a meal thermometer registers IM'F. but about half an hour attending the F.Eo A. meetingin SappWednesdaywas Earl Langston -
TAX DEADLINE-APRIL 15The before its dune lr)' this glare to add a truly regal/ luster and flavor/ Jacksonville over the holidays I and his mother. Earl and
fit for .
royalty.CRARBFRRY
any were Mr. Ed Moorhead, : Mrs. Langston attended the fun
-BFFR GLAZE FOR ROAST PORKI I Mr. Harold Blanton, Mr. Mat I eral of Mr. Jessie Howard.EarlwasCiryManagerof .

I iu|> tanned jellied cranberry sauce Mathis, Mr. Dick Barfield, Mr. Creen-
% cup beer W. E. Whalcy, Mrs. Joyce Lewis ville during the time Mr. Sapp
income tax deadline always has a way of cre"ping up .. Vl t teaspoon ground cloves Mrs. Pam Wosilewski, Mrs. served as Chief of Police in
l/t cup sugar Mary DeFore, Mrs. Judith Underhill Greenville.The .
Mrs. Inez Walker and
even though you are aware of it. Are you "down to your last Combine. a cranbcrr: same heir, closes and sugar in a saucepan. Place Miss Annie, Ruth Turner. families of J. L. Davis
our low hut and stir until all ingredients are melted together. Brush and Luke Bass from Moultrie,
warm on trown mast of pork starting about half hour before roast isdone. Ca., spent the weekend at their
dollar"as a result of unforeseen emergencies, sickness, acci- Repeat glaring process at least three limes to coat roast well. River View homes.
To verse: : Garnish rib ends with kumquats fill center with hot parsley
potatoes and pour glasses of ..elllhilled. sparkling beer or ale. Mr. and Mrs. Patton, Mr.
dents or loss of work? If you need extra cash to pay your income HOMEMAKING.50Jf and Mrs. Walter Harms accom-

panied Miss Gretchen Everhartto

tax, see us. A low-cost personal loan will let you absorb |I While Jacksonville Miss Everhart on Wednesday.attended a

Teacher's Conference, the oth-

the cost over a period of months. Drop in and talk over your ...the modern ers Sunday visited afternoon.relatives, returning


requirements with us. You'll find us helpful and understanding. Sunday afternoon callers at the
River View homes of Walter
Harms and the Ralph Browns,
7:30 P.M. from Tallahassee, were Map
Annie Maiwald i Mrs. Herb
LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's EACH MONDAY Maiwald, Mrs. Helen Peck and

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