Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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AS MAY I Approximately fifty member
a Springs, Fla., April 29
All livestock: must be removed The 13th annual Florida Folk of Chamber of Commerces from! tI

from acreage diverted from pro- Festival, scheduled on the banksof the Big Bend met with Governor

duction under the 1965 Feed the storied Suwannee River Haydon Burns last Thursday afternoon

here May 7 8 and 9 will be in the Cabinet Room of
Grain Program May 1, Rich- I
the Capitol.The .
staged through of
ard L. Gowdy ASCS County cooperation
Office Manager, reminded three organizations, Foster L. purpose of the meetingwas
to ask for assistance in four
Barnes director of the
farmers Program Stephen
today. regulations
U. S. 98 in
laning Highway
specify that acreage diverted Foster Memorial, said here to-
Wakulla Franklin and
Taylor, ,
under the
program may day.These
Gulf Counties.
not be grazed from May 1 to groups are the Stephen

November 1. No crop may be Foster Folklore Cuild, Inc. Senator George Tapper of
Port St. Joe acted as spokesman -
harvested from the area duringthe headed by John H. McCormick
entire of Jasper;the Florida Federationof for the group. .
year. Governor Burns told the Chamber 1
Music Clubs whose
The County Office Manager presidentis a
members that at this timeit
Mrs. James C. Clemens of
stated that he was issuing this
I would be Impossible to include -
reminder for West Palm Beach and the Ste-
since qualification
98 In his bond
diversion and phen Foster Memorial Commis- highway
price support pay-
He said that the four
sion whose the program.
ments depends on participatingfarmers' on grounds eventis
laning priorities the recom-
held each J. A. Caw-
EIDIMN "Skip" WEST III full compliance with year.
mendation of the State Road
thon Orlando Is Commission
Band Director program provisions.The
Department and were made on
Chairman.The .
for the 1965
signup period the basis of traffic count and
ended March 26. date, always the first full
program on
SKIP/ WEST NEW feasibility. He stated that the
42 farms in Wakulla County are weekend In May, ties In with
northwest section of 98
the observance of National Music
signed up to participate in
down the list In traffic count.
These farms diverting Week, Barnes pointed out.
Erdman "Skip" West, III, Is I I program. 1,134 acres from are the- "A number of outstanding Floridians In talking to the group SenatorTappcrstatedtl1dt -
the Band he
new Director for Craw- had a
production of com. This acre- contribute their time and
fordvllle High School. form of commitment from Cov.
be devoted knowledge to making the Fes-
Skip is from Perry Florida, age must to conser- tivalone of the state's most col- Burns that if the bond programIs
vation well
uses as as not being
and will graduate from Florida orful annual successful that there was a r 1
events, Barnes
grazed or cropped.The
State University Tallahassee. good possibility that some mon-
is de- said. "For example, Dr. Edwin
West will have the summer FeedCrainprogram ies from the primary road fund
I feed of the University of
Band Program and will be backat signed help Lring I could be used in the Big Bend
grain production in line with Florida, widely known as an expert -
of the
beginning next area.

school term. demand by used diverting for acreage I is the in folk Festival's ways of folklore many lands advi-, According to Senator Tapperhe COV. BURNS, SECOND FROM LEFT, MET WITH BIG BEND MEMBERS OF CHAMBER OF COM-

He said that normally grain production will continue MERCES LAST THURSDAY SEN. GEORGE TAPPER L P.
an evening concert Into conservation ser. One of the features of the to work for RIGHT SEN. GIBSON AND SEN.
is being planned for be- practices. i annual this portion of the scenic route. MAURICE MCLAUGHLIN, LEFT, ALSO ATTENDED.
made tc event is participation by
Program payments are I
tween now and the end of Attending the meeting with
partially offset the loss of in- International students attending
school. I Senator Tapper were Senator
which otherwise be the University of Florida. "
West replaced former Ban come might While of 1500 I, P. Pete Gibson, Senator
realized from the crops producec most the or
Director Dave Collings. Dempsey Barren Senator Mau-
on the acreage diverted. Basedon more performers are from flo- ;
the intended diversion, farm- rida, each renewal of the Fes- rice Mclaughlin, Representatives II

en in the county will earn a total tival sees a generous sprinklingof Ernest Roddenbcny, James
DANNY MILLER WINS of 21200.00 in diversion participants! other states Bockelman, and Ben Williams.

DISTRICT 4-H SPEAKING4H payments under this year's pro- particularly from nearby SouthGeorgia. Chamber presidents from Port
St. Joe Carra-
gram. Most performers an ,
District III held its Annual In costume, and the seven programs belle, Panacea, Wakulla County -
Perry, and Ft. Walton Beach
EventsDaProgram it three Friday, May 7

Tallahassee, Saturday, Aprl OBITUARY'' three tin Saturday and one at and members were present.

24. Winners in the various e- 2iOO P.M. Sunday are made The Chambers pledged to con-
venti will this DlsQiC of fou( 'tale tinue their e ff 0 rh-both with
represent Stephen Walter Revell was a up songs, telling,
at 4-H Congress which will b. native of Wakulla County and dancing and other diverse expressions their local legislative delega-
tions and business members who
June 14-18 the ol folklore handed
at University resident of Sopchoppy for many of s r r
are most greatly effected. L
Florida In Gainesville. down from
years. He is survived by his generation to gen- ru

Danny Miller, son of Mr. anc son, Steve R. Revell, Sop- eration. '

Mrs. J. B. Miller of River Sink, brother A. N. Re- "Held on a shady stage overlooking
choppy, one EDITORDear
received 1st place honors in the the Suwannee the LETTER TO THE
vell, Crawfordville, two sisters programs
Public Speaking division and Mrs. Lola Miller and Mrs revive many a nearly- ; :j :

will compete for State honorsat Annie Maiwald, Tallahasseetwo forgotten folkway to tickle the Editor,

4-H Congress. John Alii- grandchildren, Renee and funnybones, pluckat the heart- Following long discussion and 'I

good, of Jefferson County, wai Montgomery Revell, ands strings and bring lumps to the after careful consideration of

runnerup. Allene Smith, o number of relatives and a host throats of the older people, all applicants, the WakullaCountyjuniorChamberof

Cadsden County, and Carol J. of Friends. Mr. Revell servedfor says Miss Thelma A. Boltln Com-

Odom, of Jefferson County twelve yean as Superintendent long-time director of the Festlval. merce, at its regular meeting,

were winner and runnerup respectively of Public Instruction, before "At the same time, thi selected Miss Barbara Gall Jern-

In the Girls' Speakingevent. which time he served as young people are thrilled ant Igan to represent our local area A ) vM

member the School Board for amazed at the charm of earlie In the statewide Merit Scholarship 7t

The reading lamp contest was a number of years. He engaged days. Award Program. This Is an

won by Ricky Gin of Madisor, in the lumber business over Around the grounds of the For annual program sponsored by the

County. Frankie Rabenau, son a long period of time. He was ter Memorial, will be tents Florida Jaycees. Its purpose Is .

of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rabenau active in civic and community where arts and crafts will be displayed to recognize outstanding scholar-

was runnerup and will b<<< affairs and was instrumental in during the Festival, Miss ship, and leadership ability.The .

alternate. Frankie's lamp was organizing the Wakulla County Boltin said, many of them hand- winner of this award in

constructed from an old pitcher Chamber of Commerce and ed down from pioneer days. statewide competition becomesthe

pump, painted a beautiful gold Lions' Club of Sopchoppy. Mr. "ThisIs educational. recipient of a $2,000.00 i.r 'r- I.t- l

and mounted on a stained oak Revell was a member of the well as an entertaining event we scholarship to the institution of ,

base. Primitive Baptist Church. feel that the folk songs, dances, her choice. ABOVE IS A PORTION OF THE CROUPTHAT MET WITH COV. BURNS LAST THURSDAY ASKING

Selena Smith, tighter of Mr. Graveside services were heldat legends crafts and other simple Barbara will compete In the FOR THE FOUR-LANINC OF U. S. 98 FROM PORT ST JOE TO PERRY IN THE BIG BEND. SECOND

and Mrs. H. W. Smith, Jr., the Revell Memorial Ceme- folkways of the past can be repeated district Judging, with thewinner ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT CECIL WRIGHT, WAKULLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FRED MAYSON,

and John Taylor, son of Mr. tery, April 24, with the Rev.J. here to the benefit of of this competition representing APALACHICOLA CHAMBER; UNIDENTIFIED; H. F. MILLS, WAKULLA CHAMBER; SILAS EUBANKS,

and Mrs. L. D. Taylor, repre- O. Hall of the Sopchoppy both young folks and older peo- us in the state finals at, WAKULLA CHAMBER. SEN. PETE CIBSON IN FOREGROUND.

sented Wakulla County's 4-H Baptist Church: officiating. ple/ said Miss Boltin. the State Jaycee Convention tOI u ___ _

Clubs at the Annual District III Pallbearenwerei Hardy Revell, No charge Is made for attend- be held May 27 in Jacksonville.We CANCER INFORMATIONHow
4-H Council meeting held in Jr. John David Core, Harold ing the Festival, other than the feel very fortunate to havea and
adult men
Barbara's BIKE RODEO ELLEN MAY 2ND groups,
with out-
conjunction with the Events Day Maiwald, Clinton Ash more usual gate fee for entrance into who belong to parent-

Program. John is president of Guy Revell, Jr. and Roy Al- the grounds. Programs are set standing achievements represent DATE POSTPONEDThe women teacher associations fraternal,
Wakulla's4-H Council and Se- for10s00A.M.,1s30P.M. and us in this program. We feel The annual Homecoming of ,
len.Cully that she has an excellent chanceof American Legion and the Lake Ellen Baptist Church at civic and social organizations,
lena is Council Delegate. 7.30 P.M. on Friday and Satur
and Sons in chargeof
Wakulla were winning.The rnp A uxlliary will sponsors Bicycle Medart, Florida, will be held trade unions and religious groups
Delegation was accompanied dayMay 7 and 8 and at 2:00
arrangements.Sunset Rodeo. Date will be their Influence to les-
Wakulla County Jaycees an- Sunday May 2nd. Rev. can use
to Tallahassee by P.M. on Sunday, May 9.
Mrs. J. B. Miller and son, David and evening star, wish to thank the other students | nounced. Floyd Cray, pastor of Pinegrove sen the temptations among
and clear call for me I lAnd The event will be held at the to take cigarette
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ra- one who took the time and initia- Baptist Church at Greensboro, youngsters up
benau, and County Agent L. D. may there be no moaningof NORMAN COLEMAN tive to submit an application. Crawfordville school grounds. will be guest speaker. Rev. smoking Is one of the objectivesof
the bar Realizing value of a college Three age groups of both boys Cray was a former deacon and a new, sound-color motion

Taylor. When I put out to sea. Norman Ed Cole man,75-year- education, we sincerely wish it and girls can participate. Theyare was ordained into the ministry picture film which Is titled,

old resident of the Ivan community were possible to grant scholar ages 7 to 8; 9 to Hj; and lz at Lake Ellen. Who Me?".
But such a tide as moving seems
In Wakulla County diedat ships to applicant. Our to 14 years. Services will start at HiOO: The Florida Division of the
L. asleep every
his home Trooper Charles Moore said A. M. followed dinner American Cancer Society announced -
Too full for sound or foam. Wednesday morn- only regret Is there could be but by on
21st. that it would not be necessary the In the afternoon this week that the edu-
ing, April ground.
from winner. However, we as a ,
L. father of When that which drew out one
Marion Tucker
Funeral services were held at for each child to bring their bicycles there will be t hymn sing. cational "Who Mel" film has
State Senator Luther C. the boundless deep Jaycee encourageall
former 2iOO P.M. Saturday from the graduating seniors to as they can use each All friends and former members just been released for showingsIn
Crawfordville diedat Turns home. pursue
of again
Tucker ,
Whiddon Lake others. Invited fel- Florida -- without cost.
Baptist Church vigorously goal of a college are worship,
Tallahassee Hospital Twilight and evening bell, with the Rev. Emmett Whaleyand education. With proper plan. Moore said that the purpose of lowship and sing. Florida clubs or organizations

Saturday. He was 86. And after that the dark I the Rev. Henry Cooksey of- ning Initiative, and sacra fie, the Rodeo is to promote bicy- The Rev. W. W. Burlison is wishing to show the film should

Funeral services were the held A.at And may there be no sadness of ficiating. Burial followed in this goal, will be realized. cle safety and give the students pastor of the church: Stephen arrange booking for It well In

3:00 P.M. Monday in J. farewell, the Whiddon Lake Cemetery ruder an opportunity to Improve bal- Pig 0 tt music director; Mrs. advance of their meetings. Requests -

Culley C Sons Chapel with the When I embark.For direction of J. A. Culley C Sincerely, ance and coordination. Nannie kith Bowen, organist should be made by con-

Elders J. Schvaneveldt and bourneof Sons Funeral Home. Jim Helms, An obstacle course Is set up and Linda Ruth Pigott, pianist. tacting the nearest of the Am-
Burial though from out our
James Sirles officiating. Coleman was a native and Vice President on the school grounds for prac erican Cancer Society's County
Time and Place
was in Oakland Cemetery.A Wakulla County Jaycees
tice. Unit offices. listedin
lifelong resident of Wakulla They are
The flood bear me far,
retired rural mail carrier may
He member of Prizeswlllbe awarded the the regular white of
County. was a pages
the I hope to see Pilot face to
Tucker was anelder my CARD OF THANKSThe
winners. 18
face the Zion Hill Methodist Churchof telephone directories in key
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter DEBT IS where
PAID Florida
Wakulla cities. In areas
Day Saints and a member of the When I have crossed the bar. County. family wishes to thank
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Society offices are not ,
Rural Mail Carriers of America. the relatives and friendsfor
Alfred the Crawford many
Tennyson Som.yeanago be
Alice C. Coleman, Wakulla contact may arranged by
ville woman's Club sponsored CARD Of THANKS the kindness shown during ,
County two Cole- writing the American Cancer
) sons, Quintus
Other survivors include his widow the recent illness and death of
street lighting In Crawfordville. 416
man, Wakulla County, and Society, Florida Division,
Effie;two other sons, Carlos Noah Coleman, Greenville, N. The sponsorship was not to involve The Family of Clyde Morri S. W. Revell. -Tampa Street, Tampa, Florida,

of Tallahassee and Aubreyof BANOUET ATrOMAN'S C.; one brother Durant Cole- the club in the payment. son, Sr., wishes to thank our 33602.

Baltimore four daughters, man, Fort Myers the sister Subscribers were to pay a small friends for the many kindnesses, Club program chairmen should

Mrs. Blanche T. Meyer of Me- CLUB Mrs. Carrie Stanaland, Tallahassee sum of $1.25 per month or gifts and beautiful floral arrangements allow 20 minutes on their pro:

sa, Ariz., Mrs. Melva Tucker, Woman's<< ;seven grandchildren and $15.00 per year. given during the Illness VERSATILE MACHINE pam for the showing of the
Mrs. Elva T. Pelt and Mrs. The Crawfordville two great-grandchildren. Some of the subscribers did and death of our father and Automatic Me?" film. Educational
Edith Duff, all of Tallahassee; Club Banquet and Installationof not fulfil their obligations, husband.It dishwashers can
officers will be held In the Nephews and grandsons of be used for much more than literature Is also available with-
a brother, Oliver of Sopchoppy; which.resulted in a delinquentbill Is such
Coleman served as pallbearers. through generosity Just washing dishes Hard-to- out cost.
a sister, Mrs. Harriet Wilder of clubhouse on Tuesday, May of approximately $400.00for that realise "Earth
more, clean heavy
All cut glass
o'clock. chandelier
Sopchoppy' grandchildrenand at eight the club to pay. It was holds no sorrow which Heaven prisms
28 great-grandchildren. members are urged to bring off last month $10.00 figurines knick-
astheliguests. KWIII TO WORK paid cannot heal". flacks vase -even removable NO GUESSWORK
husbands and friends
Ellis Pallbearers were Lee Roberts, Tickets are $1.50An The counler-hefght\ top o) monthly payments. This was Mrs. Clyde MorrisonMr. parts of the kitchen, range Automatic dispensers and
Tucker Charlie Tucker but
gram has a convertible electric; dishwasher a pretty expensive project C Mrs. Clyde Morrison, Jr. can be washed easily and safe. controls in the new electric
Braxton Tucker Braxton Bar- Interesting pro ,, but I
we met our obligations dishwashers
take -
ly la guesswork
, wick and been planned for your enjoy- provides ;the ,hom i I
Gilbert street lights in
JI maker with still there are no II it I out of measuring deter-
I. jD1411t, :'" 1& bonus ef extra I II I
work surface in the kitchen... Crawfordville.. I I gent and wetting agents

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2 WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS : I REAL ESTATE In the Circuit Court of the OUR HEALTH rD\A"YEl, j) ,tG( 'NCEf : t :

THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1989, Second Judicial Circuit of ) ..,' ,,''''Jclr, ,
I I Homes Acreage the State of Florida, In and -

aI I Waterfront lots For Wakulla County. z'f'bq J. M. Amberson, M.D. \

WAKULLA Mid-State Homes, Incorporated FLORIDA TO CANADA farm vacation listings are newly

COUNTY NEWS HENRY WILLIAMS a Florida corporation Plaintiff, Watch Out For PD! published in Farm Vacation Guide ($1), 36 E. 57th St.,
REALTY BROKER Locations In 50
NYC 10022. states. Prices In East average

Telephone WAInut '3101 Phone 741 P. O. Box 275 vs.Henry .L. Crawford Jr., and dontal Have diseases-often you ever heard of called perio- $45 week (room and board) for adults, $30 per child.
St. Marks FloridaFLOWLKFKLSII !
wife Another book of accommodation for auto travelers is
Annie R. Crawford, his 'PD'?
HElP WANTED Defendants. Probably not. Yet, more adults 1965 edition of Mobil Travel Guild ($1.50) available after
lose May 10 at Standard Oil of Kentucky dealers. Southeasternstates
Man or woman wanted to sup- NOTICE TO DEFENDIn due to periodontal -
Virginia Kl,htlr .." EditwPublisher' ply Rawlelgh products to consumers the Name of the State of diseases than volume carries 2,800 listings of hotels and restaurants

in Franklin County or e in 560 towns
w Florida I dlTtoir.v'' :
Fred KfiRhtley .. ; Taylor County Good time to e -
TO known

Entered at Crawfordvtllt Flortdtiti ( D.start.C.No Thrash capital, 1422 required.N. Blvd.See, CRAWFORD, JR. and ANNIER. dental health I L GOOD TRAVEL DEAL I
Tallahassee CRAWFORD hiswife usually stuns
second cttis matter. Subucrip or write Rawlelgh whose address unknown, if the 'most peoplesince
815 is PB ?
I lion rU; $3.00 per year ] FA D 220 Memphis, Tenn.6tp48. above named natural persons cavities are often thoughtto PORTUGAL HOLIDAY 16 days through Portugal or Portu-

respectively, be alive, and if be the only major cause of gal-Spain] in chauffeur-driven or self-drive car of your own.

II the above named natural per- tooth loss discuses Price (each of 2 persons) $439, N. Y. to N. Y. Swissair Jet.
'lodontal disuses are
I respectively, be dead, their 1'ci of the !iruins Many people Cost Is higher if you want top hotels and bigger cars. This

FOR SALE: House Inquire respective unknown heirs, devisees have heard of pyonhou Pyorrhea deal appears $100 cheaper than its closest competitor.
at Harvey's Store. Phone creditors or all discuses __ .
i I "A8-3444. Crawfordvllle I grantees is one of the periodontal -
other parties or persons claim- which can result in tooth
AIRLINE SPECIALITIES Icelandic Airlines advertises
Ing by, through, under or a- loss. Another I'D is biuxism the
gainst them respectively, and / of the teeth which "Lowest Air Fares to Europe." Reasons are 2-fold: Theydo

FOR SALE--One two bedroom all persons or parties having or slowly wears thorn uwuy Yet another not belong to international association that sets prices;

Mn frame house In, Crawford- claiming to have any right, titleor periodontal condition is they fly prop and prop-jet planes, rather than the newer

vllle contact Richard interest in and to the follow- join bite i.c", the way your teeth jets. Florida visitors to N. Y. Fair who go via Nationalcan
l bite down An incorrect -
L., Qowdy or phone WA63371 ing described land, lying and meet when bite you can cause tooth loss. now buy reduced fair tickets at National counters. .

PM or between call 8:00AM Tallahassee: & 5.00: being in Wakulla County, Flo- Notice that none of these con- Air France provides free tickets to 23 Paris fashion salons

877-3374 after 5:00 PM. rida, to-wit ditions have anything to do with for first class passengers to France.
Commence at a point on the cuvitios yet they all result in HW -
Northboundary of a public road tooth loss.
- -- RELIGIOUS PILGRIMAGE "Floridians think
Swiss located 2160.75' South and There is u specialty within den- may of

If You Need. embroidered is white organdy 1587.5' West of the Northeast I tistiy called pel'lodontia and the travel as only recreation, sightseeing and visiting nightclubs

for posed over pink cotton corner of Section 18, Township : specialist is culled a pel'wdonti't. However, some of the planes flying over Florida
a classic look and l
Light This is rapidly growing field
Offlc Kusinefeg Supplies Machines gay with a whirling skirt 3 South, Range 1 West, Wakulla I' of dentistry a und one of the most with travel groups are making 'Purposeful Tours' to inform

and ribbon sash it's a Ce- County, Florida and run important As more and more people of Christian Churches about their mission work.
I Office FurnitureSw leste design. thence North 0051'West 105.0'to adults realize that diseased gum They are sponsored by the Christian Churches (Disciples]

: or Call the point beginning. From can lead to the loss of healthy of Christ," writes Robert H. McNeill, United Christian
said point of continue teeth they will seek out pro-
i RANEY WHALEY NOTICETHE North 00beginning 105.0', fessional help] for this problem Missionary Society, 222 S. Downey Ave., Indianapolis Ind.

I thence South B730' West 1'ci mdontal diseases can be Next such adult tour leaves Miami July 25 for Peru Para

ItCAPITAL 210.0', thence South 005l' successfully ticutud without guay, Argentina, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Haiti and Jamaica.
OFFICE PUBLISHED MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM- East 105.0", thence North 87- tooth loss,if caught early enough Return to Miami Aug 21. Cost is about $1,450, accordingto

EQUIPMENT CO. 30' East 210.0' to the point of The treatments aren't nercssur McNeill.
MISSIONERS MEETING OF APRIL 5TH INCORRECTLY STATED beginning, containing 1/2 acre ily painful since modern anonthctics .
j 319 South Adami St. arc available and so advanced -
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. more or less. The above des- that this is virtually! the I
I, FLORIDA THAT COMMISSIONER WALKER VOTED AGAINST TIlE ADOP- cribed property being the North era of painless dentistry

1/2 of that certain parcel of I For example, one topical anrsI -
TION OF A RESOLUTION CONCERNING STATE ROAD NO. 22 land conveyed to Mattie Crawford I the tic,a nan-picsci iption oral solution -

from H. L. Crawford and I ] called Chlol'useptic used LR A Si"Ai'E
I FROM SOPCHOPPY TO THE OCHLOCKNEE RIVER. Fannie Crawford his wife, by by pel i todontists I post operatively I
: LEON SEPTIC TANK to relieve i tissue soreness. Clinical
deed dated 6/21/60 and recorded -
studies hove found hlorascptic
SERVICED; In Deed Book 57, page 201, effective WEDNESDAY THRU SAT
I quite in relieving surface WEDNESDAY THRU SAT.
Or COMMISSIONER WALKER DID NOT VOTE Wakulla County, Florida. pain in the mouth and throat
i Clean i ROADWAY EASEMENT and many physicians recommendit
Repair to lehevc\ the pain and discomfort -
ON THE MOTION. Begin at a point on the North
of minor throat.
i New u sore
Installation boundary of a public road lo-
The Best For Less cated 2160.75' South ano Ann-Margret
I WHO IS DR..AMBERSONT Glenn Ford Henry Fonda
Michael Parks
Moody Pearce West of the Northeast i
I Diodiri l D Tim Drain i book D.I. "
I TelephoneTallahassee Clerk Circuit Court corner of Section 18, Township I Ui From t.il," will nm.mbtt Dr. Imbnunm
3 South Wakulla
877-1773 Wakulla County Range West |ht Mnuti imtiiion midicil ellidih
I after County, Florida and run I .upnoiid Ihi fgmtd Poiugi of Findom
: p.rn. thence South 81'30' West along flight of .,ir 1 million iifugm from Comnunlil ,
said Road 15.0't thence North nnlrolltd Vulnom' Of. tmbtiunintduol
I PERSONAL 005 1' West 105.0', thence pro(tic. o.tr Iho lost 3! roan hoi

Dees Barber Shop PROPERTY TAXESAs North 8730' East 15.0', thence lobo world him lo virtually out? coinir ol thi

I South 00 5l' East 105.0' to the

Ii i provided by Chapter 20723, Act of 1941. notice Is point of beginning. The above HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

i FOUR POINTS' hereby given that tangible personal property assessed being the East 15' of the South OUTDOOR ON WOODVIL1E HWf.
for 1964 are now delinquent and beginning with 1/2 as of that certain parcelof I

i I BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 April 1 such tales are drawing Interest of l% per land conveyed to Mattie
I month, plus the proportionate cost of>< publishing this Crawford from H. L. Crawford L fftttut' THURS. FRI. SAT.THURS.. FRI. SAT.

I OPEN TIL notice. Unless the amounts set opposite each name and Fannie Crawford his wife, I

I 8:00 P. M. FRIDAYS below are paid before the first of May. warrants will by deed date3 June 21, 1960.and BY BOa.. BRLWSTEBOnl

the be issued thereon directing levy upon and seizure of recorded inDeed Book 57, page Virmrji'O Edits,<6,ir.lt, 3 COlD FOR THE CAESARS I II
tangible personal property of the tax payers for 201, Wakulla County Florida. I

t GRADY WHITFIfLD unpaid taxes penalty and the additional costs. On or before the 17 day of THE ALL-AMERICAN BAIT and TOM JONES

I The name of delinquent personal property tax payers. May, A. D. 1965, the defend- If anyone ever got around to
i HAROLD BALES-BOB CHRISTIE and the amount of taxes, including the cost of advertising ants, Henry L. Crawford, Jr., selecting) the "All-American SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN and

and the first month's penalty are as fol- and Annie R. Crawford, his Bait he'd doubtlessly award the
: Fri.-Sat.
Bonus Feature
wife, and all others having or to the common eaithwoim.

I claiming to have any right, title This slimy wriggling!: bundle SKABENCA
PERSONAL PROPERTY or Interest In the property of dynamite Implanted on a hook
herein described, are requiredto In about as lethal to fish as any
Burge, James H. Sopchoppy Fla. S 36.76 serve upon Mr. Julian Ben- thing. you can name.

I Carraway, Royal Rt. 1. Crawfordville Fla. 3.73 nett of Log ue and Bennett, While the average person is
I Collins, Dorothy & Cecil Box 2521, Tallahassee.Pla. 8.'13 Plaintiff'i attorneys, whose address apt to call the worm "common" I
I Davis, C. F. Elizabeth P.O. Box 4005ColumbusGa. 9,49 is 303 Magnolia Avenue, Its effectiveness on fish cer.
Donaldson, George Rt. 1, Sopchoppy. Fla. tainly is not vow the expertson
3.43 Panama City, Florida, a copy I'
c Galloway. fishing at Mercury outboard
SHOP Huey St. Marks. Fla.
6.48 of, and file with the Clerk of For proof,
Hartsfield Willie I they say, ask any
Panacea Fla.
I 4.94 this the of .
Court original an 10 year old what
Hoard, John produces best'
Sopchoppy Fla.
15.55 answer to the complaint for Invariably the
answer Is
Huntley, Merle L.
EARLY AMERICAN ; Rt. 6. Tallahassee Fla. 3.43 Mortgage foreclosure filed a- "Worms!"
FRENCH PROVINCIAL Parrlsh Mrs. Aubern Box 317. Valdosta. Ga. 17.06 gainstthe above named defend- While
Parrish, Henry Rt. 2, many fishermen (most. NOTICE
VICTORIAN 949 ants said mortgage executed by I ly older and
Pope, J. 0. Sr. experienced)
St. Marks Fla. ,
FURNITURE Posey, Bobby C. 7 97 defendants, Henry L. Crawford, are Inclined to ,scorn<< the use of SPECIALS FRI., SAT, MON. AND
Crawfordvi. Fla.
I 9.49 Jr., and Annie R. Crawford, "gaiden hackle;' the reasons for
Shields. Curtis TUB&I
Phone 385-1222 St. Marks Fla. 30.70 his wife, to the Plaintiff, encumbering Its popularity are many nest of I
Stevens B. B.
1901 H. Monroe St. Rt. 2.Crawfordvi, Fla. 3.43 the above described Ml), worms woik
Paul St. Marks Fla. Fish are treated
6.46 to
located in Wakulla earthworm
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA I talthal. R. Sopchoppy. Fla. property feasts only on FRYERS' "A" lb. 29c
White 15.55 County, Florida; said mortgageis I infrequent occaslons ,; grade .
Sally R. j .
Rt.l Sopchoppy Fla. -- when
i 949 recorded In Deed Book 57, I heavy rains
Williams H. R. Atlanta, Ga. 9.49 201 records of'Wa- I wash these (drllcacle into the
Williams W. Floyd. Tallahassee. Fla. 5.40 kulla page County, public, Florida. streams and lakes For fish Its T-BONE STEAK, Ib. 69c
i like a steak dinner after a diet _
WITNESS my hand and seal of of hambmgpiM!:

said Court at Wakulla Count, Worms are easily obtained If Country Smoked SAUSAGE lb. 59c
Tallahassee Biutnem Firm
Crawfordville, Florida, one doesn't rare to dig!: his own. ,
day of March, A.D., 1965. a quarter! or half-a-buck will buy

, Moody Pearce a dny'n supply.Depending I Borden
: DIRECTORY Clerk of the Circuit Court on the npec'les of Instant COFFEE oz. 89c I
Byi /Moody Pearce Bob sought!: and water conditions
it-4/ worms may be used Individually Farm
; I or In gobs: or coupled with an Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c

" I PaiorntM These Advertisers I endless number of lures: spoons
' I Ia streamer flies spinner etc

: Night crawlers the large econ.omy.sized TOMATOES, 303 can, 2 for 25c

MAN OF THE YEAR worm, are about a* .
F R M much fun to snare at the fish Sweet
they attract.
, Folks Store
Ins O. I. GRAMLING One old-timer we know sums POTATOES 2lbs.
FEEDSFlint "The CapiUl's I up the AII-Ameilc-an bait thusly .
Major for Minors & CO. "No matter how good a certain
i Ckildrtn'i Fumturt, Toys, i r :lns'e msy be a worm makeR BISCUITS
Game. Hobbies One-Stop Berries for It better IIOM ,MAID); can 9 (
i River :Mills Baby X MMon I
I 133 N. Monroe Feed Seed Fertilizer II
St. Ph. 222-1146
Uonro j.h. 2230274LigKt 1 } PHILLIPS CORN
i! Poultry Supplies MEAL 5 LBS. 29tfBANANAS

Garden ToolsSo. I '
,,1 '
,. I Ir --- Adam* at S-AX.R.R. . 2 |bs. 25cWE

: I Baker-Alford Co. Creasing
Phone 223-0173
"Tk Part tf MIM"

i Anything for your auto truck NOW HAVE A
I Wtigkt a4 RtyvlarConerttt or tractor. Also for your power LINE OF KODAK FILM

iI fllocki_ J lawnmower boat and much for your AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLEWE

Hanson, Wood and. 208 N. Adams $t. Ph.;2224380 s
Noel Ind.; Inc. .P

S. Adams St. at 4-PoinU Capital Stone Co. NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF

i: T.L 222-5840 P. O. Box err Sine. 1908

{ 1 4 MARBLE -. GRANITE Emery Dearborn general operations BULK SEED &, FERTILIZER
Ford MotorCompany' "
manager of I -
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Tractor and Implement SHOP

MEMORIALS Operation, hit been LOCALLY AND SAVE .
t Man-of-th ._
named Farmarketlng
C *M( Work AU
'Veajtr ry ft Type
I Year by the National Agricultural t'
!i MS W. Gaines St-T.L 128-0719 Advertising and Marketing I IAlloclatlon. l oSUMMER FISHiNG'SUp.PLlES' ,
:. Inc. Walter F. Buchan, Mfr. The annual award &
recogrrtiee' outstanding accomplishments
..... In agricultural mar. OUTLOOK EARTHWORMS
,/ -. .sad Bind keting programs. Mr. Dearborn Smartly tailored walk shorts
8. Adam St Til. k 114 222-4480 was nominated for directing one
, 'of the .largest marketing pro. In Greenwood's sturdy cot PIGOTT'S
conducted by Fordor ton twill they're machine STORE
gram ever .
washable and drip-dry
by the tractor and equipment Teamed nattily with striped MEDART '

Industry. cotton knit shirt By Stones

,- ...., .- ... ...L .. ,. -'---- wear WE HOW GIVE PLAID STAMPS
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APRIL 29 3 I

By Louise C. Sapp After Guests LeaveWhere
conference to explain -
Mrs. Mary Zorn and son, MIchael A special
available under
of Jacksonville, visited programs
her sister, Mrs. Steve Revel do you wash the I the kind that are frontloading the Economic Opportunity Act
dishes after the last guests portables but to public officials and interested -
and family, during the illness can per-
and death of her father-in-law leave your home after the manently installed later-are citizens i will be held May S
Stephen W. Revell, Mrs. Zorn, Party? in the kitchen or in available with a choice of tops, third and fourth at the Marina

and son returned home with her bed'More Including a wood chopping Auditorium in Panama City,
husband Sunday afternoon.Mrs. than six million women -. block on some models. Governor Haydon Burns announ-
already have discovered the I ced today.
Jack Rowan and Miss way to eliminate the drudgeryof I The two-day conference will
Dale Rowan returned to their doing dishes after dinners run from 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.
home in Ft. Myers after spend- and parties. The ones who 3 Kitchen Basics I M. each day. There will be

ing the weekend with Mr. and own automatic electric dish- three major sessions. Followingan
Mrs. Macon Rudd and visiting washers don't have to stay up opening general meeting in MAKE
other relatives and friends here. after the guests go, which the essential features of
Many more women will be i:3l the act will be discussed In
Mr. Macon Rudd returned added to the list this year, at. ,... depth, the afternoon will be
home Saturday from the Talla- tracted by the introduction of devoted to workshops on major

hassee Memorial Hospital after I the new 1965 dishwasher problem areas. Everyone attending YOURHOME
spending several weeks there. models, which offer improved will have the opportunity -
,( His sister, Mrs. Ruth Rowan, performance, larger capacitiesand for full participation with aww nw.
of Fort Myers, is spending a an expanded assortmentof the state, federal and local representatives -
while with Macon. We all wish I available as resource -
colors and custom features. ,
' Macon a speedy recovery. The people. BETTER!
new models
1 I hold more c Onthesecond day of the con- BIGGER -
I dishes, wash them cleaner ,
Sopchoppy Lunchroom ladies : ference, program specialistswill
I attended the Florida Food Con- and give owners a choice of be available to work with I
vention, which was held April washing cycles for special anti-poverty leaders on their

through the 25th at the Hol- loads such as pots and pans special problems or projects.Dr. The i is before summer, to make your home on even better
time now
i ,
normal mixed loads
or fine
lywood Beach Hotel. It was S. E. Hand, director of I
statewide china and crystal Some have Division of Economic
convention and the Op-
representatives -
of every county boosters to assure extra sanitIzing portunity of the Governor's Office place to live. With a little aid from us in the form of a loan, you'll be
attended. hot water.PreI'lnse will head the program.

and rinse-and- Taking part with l him will be surprised how handsome your home can be made. .. I
Miss June Roberts and Miss hold cycles have eliminatedthe Earl Redwine, director Com- II
Mattie Revell visited friendsand I need for rinsing dishes by munityAction Programs for the I

relatives in Dothan, Alabama hand before they are put into raS Atlanta Regional Office of Economic -
during the weekend. the dishwasher. You can put Opportunity, and John

eggy dishes right in the machine Forrest, the Health, Educationand
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Land and push the rinse-and- Welfare coordinator for the
sons, Tracyand Dariel, of Pan- hold button or turn the dial I region. We suggest you take the following steps if you wish to improve -

ama City, visited Mr. and Mrs.L. and forget about them until Governor Burns has "urged"all

C. Sapp Saturday. They' after dinner interested citizens of Flori- home. First check your home for all repairs or
attended the funeral of S. W. When the whole day's dishesare da to attend the meeting. your
Revell.Mr. .
done will be cleaner There fee for .
they is no registration that wish to make. Second, compile a complete
alterations you
than hand-washed dishes because the conference.
and Mrs. Amos lanston
of the extra hot water "This new federal program is
returned home after spending strong detergents and vigorous already active in scores of Flo- '! estimate including material and labor costs And last,
several days with their son, washing and rinsing action rida communities with a totalof I

in Ronald Alabama.and family, who live used in automatic dishwashersOn activated$5,011,672.50 and $17,285,404.75now in projects come to the bank with your information and apply for your

many models dish capacity -
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Moore has been Increased and I pending before the Officeof reasonable.
loan. Our loan costs are
and Mrs. Nellie Raker of Lake loading made easier and more Economic OpportunityinWashington. home improvement I
flexible Projects, though
through new rack
City visited Mrs. Delma Roberts varied, are designed throughjob And monthly from income and take as long as!
and other relatives last week- training to additional you can repay
prevent -
Improved motor design and
'end. Mrs. Raker is spendinga r welfare homes.
while with Mrs. Roberts and Insulation also have resulted Help your home today
and 36 months to Start improving your
community state by attending pay.
In quieter operation with the I
other relatives in Wakulla
new models, 6 / and taking part in the Ii i
I i County. se implementation of the Economic -
Women who want dishwash- a
Act in Flo-
Mrs. Helen Beasley is spend- ers to match the latest trendsIn Opportunity
rida, the Governor said.
ing a few days with her husbandin kitchen designs including
Port St. Joe. modern, French Provincialand
old-fashioned "sit-In" I
Mr. Clinton Cox of Port St. country kitchens-will find the
Joe spent some time fishing and 1965 models offer a wider assortment HRo1ATILEI.CIIISE! :

visiting in this area last week. of. styling possibilities Automatic dishwashers can LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's
"""- be used for much more than "

Mrs. Nolie Burg is spending awhile Many of the built-in dish lust washing dishes. Haid-to- "
in Lake City to be near washers have optional trim clean heavy cut glass, Chandelier -
herbrother, Doc Simmons, whois kits that providefor custom prisms figurines, knick-I i

ill in the hospital.The izing the front panel to match narks. vases-even removable Oldest \
f kitchen lange I
pasta of the
almost anything in the kitchen
Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Baker can be washed easily and.!safely -
including cabinets,
wallpaper Insurance CorporationWe're
Federal I
Member Deposit
went to Lake City Veterans., and curtains. in the dishwashei I
,Hospital on Monday to see II
"Doc" Simmons, who is still in There is also a wide choice I
serious condition.Mr. of colol's. Popular hues include Built-in I top I I. free-standing i
coppeitone, turquoise, pink (middle! or portable (bottom), I!
and Mrs. Ralph Brown and yellow, as well as white, stylish 1965 automatic dishwashers .
took their niece, Terryss Kil- stainless steel and brushed are at home In any
bourn, back to Panama City chrome, to match other major deror_vrn the dining room Overstocked
last Friday. Miss Kilbourn had appliances Among the new I :Many free-standing and portable -
been visiting her grandmother, colors are beige and red. models also serve as

Mrs. Annie Harms. Convertible dishwashers built-lns. ONE OWNER TRADE INS ARE PILINGUP

Mrs. Come ilia Harden and ON BOTH OUR USED CAR LOTS. r

son, Warren, spent Sunday in I

,Albany, Ga., visiting Mrs. A Treat With A Trick Lot No. 1-327 N. Adams St. 5 '
Louise McCauley, who is Mrs.
Phone 224-3211
Harden's daughter.The .
Sopchoppy High School Lot No. 2-1414 S. Monroe St.

Chorus was enjoyed at the Methodist Phone 222-5656 ust
Church last Sunday ev-
ening. Mr. Cene Boone, Director lDt -

is to be congratulated
on his work with young peopleand
we are pleased to learn he f !
will return next term. CARS ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Davis of I
Moultrie, Ca. spent the week- i -
end at their Riverview home. I / s

Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. '63 FORD '63 CH Y."LIT VI SUI '63 M'd.'I
Nels Roddenbeny were her sons Station Wagon, Foirlana va 4 do a r with automatic 2 d 0 0' low mll.og. one
and daughters, the Rev. and ; 4 door wIth radio, heater transmission, heater and a owner,, tills Is 0 real gal I I
Mrs. Frank Metcalf and two end outomone'' tronsmission, one owner onto, sever I '

Base. sons,from Michigan Sawyer; the Air Rev.Force and big value.9495 1 1495 $795 n e I

Mrs. A. B. Green of Lakeland; Drastic ,
Mrs. Cora Lee Meadows, Tal- e 6CYL'60 C1IIY'OLl'
lahassee, and Mrs. Pearl Payneof ; Ti7i TON PICK UP 4 door standard shift, rod-
Croveland, Fla. CHEVROLET, reconditioned 'UTUR '62 FALCON (10. h.at.r. ant owner, low reductions
Saturday evening dinner guests throughout and "ady for 2 door s qui l p p e d with mlleog car. I
were the Rev. and Mrs. Jesse ell you truck work b u c k e t seats radio and on all I
Baker and two children, in honor heat.r' real spor'.', $795 flMON2ASFTDIR'61
I of Mr. Nel birthday. $1095 $ LATEMODEL :

.. _
Clinton Cox of Highland View 995

I spent a few days vacation with A trick worth knowing is that frozen fruit stirred Into .dissolved Conv.rtlbl. with' 4 In the .
; his sister, Mrs. OHio Harms, fruit-flavored gelatin makes it wt up in JUT time, For this particular /borar, radIo and h lot I ,. VALIANT TRADE
Iand enjoyed fishing in the Sop- tidbits are added to the six flavorful fruits in .
I treat, pineapple Sharp mlssion /
Standard tron a
I choppy River.iMOTHERS of frown mixed fruIt. It'a an exceptionally delightful' 50 CHEVROLET

i combination, and a dollop of whipped cream u its crowning rfory. 5 11har5P COg" 5 Pick up truck, real clean. real nice 4 low-priced Door I 100Ys buy -INS

Doable Mixed trail a L
I mixed 1 packalt' (12 OE,) Ton
DAY HAS GONE 1 package ((3 01 ) Birds Eye Mixed Fruit 61 PANEL TRUCK
fruit flavor gelatin CHEVROLET, r e 0 d y to
I INTERNATIONAL 1 can ((8-3/401.)
1/8 lilt
pineapple tidbits work foe you, $ I
I 1-1/4 cup boiling water"
CARE is asking Americans to I'2 cup heavy cream !
honor their mothers by fending water Add frouon: block of $595
Dissolve gelatin ana lilt In boiling
a food package to a less fortunate fruit; stir until fruit thaws and separatebout 10 minutes.In I
mother in any one of 34 ( some cues gelatin will begin to thicken.) Stir In pineapple
countries abroad. tidbits with the ayrup. Chill until very thick Stir. Spoon into I
This unique Mother's Day program 6 sherbet dishes. Chill until fleas Whip cream; serve with deslert.
got underway April 22 as Makes 3.1/2 cups or 6 lenringi
part of CARE's global assault on 4 I
hunger, it was announced by
Bee H. Brown, Southeastern I i

relief Regional Director of the private 'cnoo YOUR CYCLE INCREASE HOME: %',ttF: ALL OK USED CARS AND TRUCKS

agency. I Homes with built-in auto-
Most of the new automatic
Contributions naturally
sent to
CARE, matic dishwashers
312 Forsyth Building, Atlanta, dishwasher models have.a have a higher re-sale value GUARANTEED FOR 25 MONTHS. Ask about this special Warranty -

Georgia, 30303, in an American choice of cycles from to suit doing almost fine However If you want to take These ire added reasons why more cars and trucks' arc
mother's name will help every Job your dishwasher with you other dealer in the Big Bend!
feed a hungry mother and her crystal to pots and pans. Pre- when you move there is a old by Alford Chevrolet than any
I under-nourished children rinse or pre-wash cycles let you wide of portable dish-
over- range
se as. $1 keep a small load moist until market today.
Every contribution washers on the
provides her with an average you have accumulated a full many of them with features Alford Chevrolet Co.

27-pound food The load. similar to built-in models
contributor U to include Convertible portables with

his mother's name with the do- front openings can be installed 1414 S. Monroe St.
nation. permanently under a 327 N. Adams St.

READ THE NEWS 11111TOUR I counter later should you remodel Phone 222.56502243211 Phone 2225656WAJUJLLA

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I IFOREST STICKERS April 24 Governor COllrrE V

NOW ON SALE Haydon Burns has proclaimed One of the largest single pled-
I 1, 1965, as Law
Atlanta, Georgia The new May "by a church to Florida Prestcrian -
federal recreationconservationstickers Day, USA, in Florida, callingon College a gift of
all floridians to in e
are on sale at the Atlanta I national observance 0 Join Am- $186,000- been completedby
Regional Office of the U. : erican heritage of individual First Presbyterian Church of
S. Forest Service and at other under law contrasted Orlando.A .
liberty as
check for $60,000 as final
Forest Service offices In the with demonstrations of armed
South. might in communist lands. payment on the pledge was given -
sticker will be Dr. William H. Kadel,
The $7 needed to
He noted Law Day, USA, as
and Dr. Alton H.
at designated recreation an appropriate time for public President,
throughout the United rededication to both the benefits Clasure, vice president, in a
States. If a sticker is not ceremony Ap-1114 in Orlando.
and the duties of citizenship -'
bought for an automobile, an under our rule of law. Presentation of the final pay-
individual entry fee must be out that mentwas made by J. C. Robin- I
The pointed
paid at designated ,National the privileges governor of citizenship are I son, Sr., chairman of the .
Forest areas In the South. Theentryfeeapplieatothose -' church committee, and the Rev.
accompanied by responsibilities
16 John'F. Anderson, pastor of First I i \
shared by all citizens, including -
years of age and older. the duty to uphold the Presbyterian Church.In .
Stickers maybe bought by accepting the gift, Dr. Ka-
law and assist law enforcement EZ3 :
mall and the order must be accompanied theirdu- del said FLORIDA POWER NEWS
by cash, certifiedcheckorpostal agencies performing "The people of Orlando and of If it'i pie for company dessert, give your guests a choice of
order for ties, respect the rights of others, this church in particular have Coconut Macaroon Pie or Coff e.Flavored Macaroon Pie Easy to 1 1I' More than 1,200 visitors a'
Personal checks money be serve on juries if called, and demonstrated repeatedly not do-repeat the same recipe twice, making a few minor changesthe i month drive to the construction
$7. vote in elections and be Informed their attitude but, more second time and it's a different pie. Serve pieces of each on rti site of Florida Power Corpora-
accepted.The on issues of government and only by an attractive tray and let the guests choose the version that ts tion's new Crystal River plant
their donations :
recreation charge was importantly by
community welfare.. tempts them moat and watch and machines
authorized by the Land and Wa- The annual celebration of Law their belief in the system of Coconut Macaroon Pie South's
build of the giant
ter Conservation Fund Act of Day, USA, on May first beganin free and independent education 3 egg yolks 2 teaspoons lemon juice electric one
1965. Money from the sale of 1958 and officially recognized which is our basic American 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon almond extract plants.
The has provided a
stickers i will be used to help Resolution of heritage. 3/4 cup sugar 3 egg whites company
states, cities, and counties acquire by Joint "We all believe in public education 1/4 cup milk 1-1/3 cups (about) specially-made, safely-located
and develop needed recreation Congress in 1961 as a special it Is vital but it's 2 tablespoons butter, Angel Flake Coconut Observation Tower solely for
areas. It also will be educational and patriotic ob- equally vital that an institution melted 1 unbaked 9-inch pie ahell the benefit of the public at
iscd in additional servance. such as Florida Presbyterian Col- Combine egg yolks and salt I beat until thick and lemon colored. the construction site. The Tower -
\\I acquiring The American Citizenship with its foundation in Add sugar, 3 tablespoons at a time, beating i well after each addition equipped with maps,
federal recreation areas. Committee of The Florida Bar lege, each Blend In milk, butter lemon juice, and almond extract. Beat M photographs, and literature fully -
The sticker< will not be need- is cooperating with local bar Christianity, grow steadily egg whites until they will form stiff shiny peaks. Fold into pie fill. explaining highlights of
ed in any National Forest In the groups around the state in plan- year in its appointed task of developing tag mixture with coconut ireorS into pie I shell. Bake at 375 for 35 i construction and its rolein
South until June 1 but may be ning and encouraging special Christian leaders. to 40 minutes, or until into center comes out clean. plant .
necessary before then at desig- on May "Our faculty and our students Cool. Garnish with dollops of whipped cream and top with nutsor I the company's operations.A
n i te d areas operated by other first.community programs will always be In the debt of the flaked coconut (plain, tinted, or toasted), if desired. few miles north of the cityof
people of Orlando. Coffee-Flavored Macaroon Pie. Crystal River, on highway
icJcral agencies.In Prepare Coconut Macaroon Pie
The committee has distributed as
church's underwrote directed, 1 #19, a paved road leads due
addition to the Regional freedom of The Orlando gift increasing sugar to cup and adding 2 tablespoons instant
posters, depicting the construction of the coffee with the milk, butter, and flavorings. dTRIMThe Wilt to the construction site,
Office, the sticker may be speech, freedom of press, free- and to the Observation Tower.
bought at Forest Supervisors' dom worship, and the right to Dendy-McNairAuditorium the Men, women, and children are
and Rangers'' offices throughoutthe trial by jury as reminders of the of the principal buildings on Invited to visit the
South. It will go on sale freedoms guaranteed under the campus and the one best knownto INCREASE HOME VALUE Lo, I am with you always cordially
of electric
because of the site this new power
later at areas where the sticker Bill of Rights. Law Day book- the lectures public and other cultural Homes with built-in auto- -(Matt. 28:20) plant located on the Gulf of
will be honored. marks outlining citizenship re- many there. matic dLshwashers naturally We do not need to work I Mexico. .
The stlcl and all persons in his auto schools, colleges and libra- However if you want to take I reach God. He is right with us plant is scheduled to go

into any designated federal recreation ries throughout Florida. CHOOSE YOUR your dishwasher with you i all the time. It is not necessary () operational in 1966, producing
area and is good until CYCLE when you move there is a :' for to tell Him whatwe 421,000 kilowatts of electric
March 31, 1966. A sticker is Most of the new automatic wide of us
range portable dishwashers double-breasted power; the ultimate four-unit
need want, because He
not needed to drive through a dishwasher models have a on the market today, or blazer Jacket takes on new plant will generate more than
National Forest and is not need- ROOM TO WORK choice of cycles to suit almost many of them with features knows our requirements We importance with f raglan- two-million kilowatts of electricity -
ed for use in hunting or fishingon Th counter-height top of every Job, from doing fine similar to built-in models. I give thanks that our highest sleeve treatment. In cotton twice the present out-
National i I Forests. Areas a convertible electric dish- crystal to pots and pans. Pre. Convertible portables, with good is already on the way sailcloth It's buttoned in put of the company's seven ma-
where the sticker is needed will washer provides the home. rinse or pre-wash cycles let you front openings, can be installed straight from the hand of the brass. Teamed with slim jor power plants located
be identified with a sign stating maker with a bonus of extra keep a small load moist until permanently under a I Father who loves and cares sailcloth Stag pants By White throughout Floirda Power's 32-
that a fee is required. work surface In the kitchen. you have accumulated a full counter later should you remodel for us. county system.



1919 W. Tenn.me St Sale Starts Mona, April 26th-Ends Sate, May 1st


In order to reduce our inventory we at Danley's decided to gi ve our fine customers a chance to buy Quality Furniture and

give you a 20% BONUS when you make a purchase. You buy what you want and we give you an additional 20%

BONUS in FREE MERCHANDISE of your choice. Don't p ut it off, we can't carry this for long. So b. here early and

get your big FREE BONUS!

HERE'S DANLEY'S Now During Our Stock Reduction Bonus Sale


Here's How Our 20%/ Bonus Plan Works:

You Purchase In Merchandise Your Extra BONUS

I % 25.00 Worth and YOU GET FREE. e e $5.00


Z $50.00 Worth e and YOU GET FREE. a e $10.00

$100.00 Worth e and YOU 'GET FREE. e e $20.00

$200.00 Worth e and YOU GET FREE. e e $40.00

$300.00 Worth e and YOU GET FREE. e $60.00

$500.00 Worth e and YOU GET FREE. e a $100.00

$1,000.00 Worth e and YOU GET FREE e $200.00

$1,500.00 Worth e and YOU GET FREE. a e $300.00

f Our Liberal 20%/ BONUS Applies To Our

I IN EXTRA MERCHANDISE Entire Stock of Furniture and Appliances

" Of Your Own Choice! Truly A Greal Saving!

This GIANT 20% BONUS will be good only during this sale Even Factory Priced Items Included 'DuringThis

and can not be extended to Merchandise sold 'at'any other time, '. '

and applies only furniture on display. Bonus merchandise .

must be selected at time of purchase. Tremendous; B onus Sales 1 ..

Easy Budget Terms. We Finance Our Own .
Entire St.ffofexptrlencedS.I.smenwishto.xt.nd..pecu' :
Our Red c"rpetlnv" it.tiOft'toh'-.v' / ",," y cuttomcjt'to
Accounts. Free come in real soon and take advantage of our special 20 % BONUS SALE. You will slave o Quality KteWtondise also** ..
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