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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 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).
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VOLUMN 66' NUMBER 41 I I I J CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA. 72327 THURSPAT, JUNE 10, 1965 PRICE....10 CENTS PER COPYj; ,


f, R. MOORET. COMBINATION LICENSES REMINDERS FOR SILVER SPURS RODEO eta a ,

TO BE SOLDTallahassee FISHERMEN SET FOR JULY FOURTH i

R, Moore died Tuesday
Florida Kissimmee Lovers of fine IJfl&
1
morning at Tallahassee Memorial sports- Tallahassee Relax, plan a
men may kill several birds with horses will have a bonus at the
Hospital following a long fishing trip and fishing but
go ,
one stone when 1965 Silver rodeo
illness. He was 64. they purchase in mind the following list Spurs as _
their 1965-66 licenses keep are perfected for the first
Funeral services were held fishing things to do" Issued by the plans
Thursday at 2:00 P. M. In the which goes on sale June 15. Florida Came and Fresh Water annual Silver Spurs Qua rtt' r

Culley Funeral Home Chapel For the first time sportsmen Commission Horse Jamboree to be held In :
as a. timely reminder '
with the Revs. Ed Perryman may obtain fishing license, to fresh water fisher- connection with the commun .kt !

and Cordon Teffete Her officiat- hunting license and public men. ty's Fourth of July rodeo.Dr. ; '

ing. Burial was in Roselawn hunt permits with one trip to Havea fishing license. Donald Brown, big boss Cemetery. the license offIce.Something proper Silver Spurs, said A. W.
Old licenses expire June 30,
Moore was born in Henry new in the way of new licenses are available June 'Frog"Wells, general jamboree ra

County, Virginia, and lived in licenses, a combination huntingand 15 at the office of all County chairman,will have responsih! 1- ,

Wakulla for about 16 years. He fishing license, is avail- Judges or authorized license a- lity for a complete program tt

was a member of the Church of able forthe first time this year. gents. Quarter Horse activity Including

Christ, Woodmen of the World The combination license should Fish only with pole and line quarter-mile racking iiul .1
be an added convenience for halter and
and a former member of local horse show featuring
rod and reel bob
spinner, or
the sportsman as it will allow classes.In .
592 of the Tallahassee Plumbers trolling. Non-game fish working
statewide hunting and fishing may addition it Is understood
and Steam Fitters Union. ,
be taken with bush hook, set
with one license. the Florida Horse Asso-
Survivors include his widow Quarter
line or trot line baited with cut
Mrs. Myrtle Moore of Wakulla When obtaining licenses and ciation will conduct a sale olrcgisteredQuarterHorses
;
bait or other substance, not Including -
a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Hunt public hunt permits, sportsmenmay live or whole fish or begin- r
of Winston-Salem, N. C. ; his also pick up copies of the of fish. ning at 7>00 P. M. Saturdiy,
1965-66 any part any game
hunting and fishing regulations 3.Wells.
July
mother, Mrs. Sallie B. Mooreof
Trot lines limited 25
Winston-Salem four bro as well as copies of are to states that Mike Partin, w/ -d
;
hooks when used for
wildlife taking non- Ir\
thers, J. D. of Miami, James, management area regulatIons game fish for personal use witha I racing chairman, willwork with
L. C. and H. L. all of Win- and hunt maps. Thisis license. Jimmy Evans of Jacksonville,
the first time hunting and regular fishing director in developing a
race ,
ston-Salem two sisters Mrs.
; wildlife Use of set lines or bush hooksare
management area regulations number of match races" to be
Minnie Buckner and Mrs. Clara
prohibited in the Fifth Conservation M ka
Rhoades, both of WinstonSalem have been available District. run Saturday morning, July 3, "
and three grandchildren. prior to September.All from 9:00: until 11:30 A.M. ,lf? 4
; Non-game fish other than cat- '
Pallbearers were Bruce Whit- hunting and fishing licensesare Ham Erown, chairman of the
sold by the various County fish may be taken by manually performance show classes, will
ley Jack Smith Cwin
Jimmy I
operated gigs, or bow
Freddie Oliver, Jr. and Nelton Judges or their autl. rILed license spears arrange events for 8:CO P. M. -"

Jernigan. Honorary pallbearerswere agents. The new licensesare and arrow during daylight hours, Wednesday, June 30, and 9:00 SEN. DOC MELTON OF LAKE CITY RETURNED I 1.) (Ill UVPTUM 1 FOR I Hr START OF THE tX-
inwateiswherc this
members of the Plumbersand valid from July 1 through except local act- A.M. Thursday, July 1. Dead- TRA SESSION TUESDAY AFTER BEING OUT SE\ ERA!. WEEKS BloMISl oi \ MIUj HEART ATTACK -
is law.
Steam Fitters Local 592. June 30 of the following year. ivity Underwater prohibited by line for entries has been set for GATHERED AROUND MELTON ARE SENATORS TAPPER (BAck i CAMERA ), McCARTY,
mmlng or divingis
Hunting and fishing license noon, June 30. Cordon Childers CLEVELAND, PEARCE, MATTHEWS, ASKEW t AND WILLiAMS SENATOR FROM THE 14TH MEL-
when such
and public hunt permit fees are prohibited using of Longview, Texas, will TON WAS GIVEN A ROUSING WELCOME WHEN HE ENTERED THE CHAMBER.
devices in the Sante Fe
as follows. except
judge the show.
DOCK W. SIMMONS
Resident statewide combination and Ichctucknee Rivers. Halter classes, under the I

Sopchoppy Funeral servicesfor hunting and fishing, $10.- Fresh water fish may not be chairmanship of Bill(BJrber, will YOUNGSTERS MAY HUNT fEA REQUESTS ASCS REMINDS FARMERSOF
taken the of lines
attached -
DockWilliam Simmons, 55, 50; Resident statewide hunting, by tofrcefloating use unattached be judged beginning at 1:00 P. FOR HALF PRICETallahassee INVESTIGATION BY NEA STORAGE LOAN
$7.50 Resident
; statewide fish- M. 30.
June '
who died at the Veteran'sAdministration
Friday devices the of PROGRAM
Lake ing, $3.00; Resident county or by use Rodeo performances are set for will The Florida Education Asso-
Hospital at Youngsters
City were held at the Sopchoppy hunting, $2.00; Resident hunt match hooks, firearms, explo- 2:30 P. M. daily on July 3, 4 be able to limit for half price on ciation Board of Directors, representing Wakulla Count} farmers were

Methodist Church at 11:00 A. M. ing other than home county, sives, electricity, nets, poison, and 5. Florida's' wildlife managementareas its 42,000 teacher reminded today that loans for
the of other dele-
or by use
$$4.50; Public Hunt Permit, any members has asked the the of facilities -
Monday. A military burial followed terious substance. this year. The regularfive today purcliisc storage
$5.00; Public Hunt Permit for National Education Associationto .nljble through the
in Simmons Cemeterywith dollar public hunt permit, arc
Never fish with more than
children
the Rev. Jesse Baker offi- under 15, $2.50; Hunt- three and lines three HOMECOMINGHomecoming required of all who hunt on the conduct a thorough and impartial ASCS Coiim>' Office. Richard
poles or
ing on licensed hunting per- of Florida's L. Office Manager -
ciating. rods and reels at a time. management areas, has been investigation Cowdy, Comity
He was a retired member of serves only, $5.50; Non-Resi- Be familiar with and abide by Crawfordvllle reduced to two dollars and fifty political atmosphere in relationto Agricultural Stabilisation

the Merchant Marine, a mem- dent annual hunting, $26.50; the bag limit establishedfor Baptist Church. cents for hunters under the age its effect on the quality of and Conservation Service, stat-

ber of the Sopchoppy Methodist Non- Resident annual fishing, fresh daily water fish. Next Sunday, 'June 13, is of fifteen. the state 'i public education.The ed that now is the time farmers

Church, a member of Ashmore $8.00; Non-Resident 14 day It is unlawful to game refuse to Homecoming Day and the Hunters under the ego of fifteen Florida Education Asso- should begin making plans for

Lodge No. 102, FOAM and a fishing, $3.25; Non-Resident duce fishing license and fish pro-for Church extends a hearty wel- are exempt from purchaseof ciation is asking the National adequate storage facilities for
5
veteran of World War II. day fishing, $2.25.EMPLOYMENT of an come to all who w,;ud come hunting licenses T\"t: ar> required Eduuc tlonAssoclationtorecommend tills year's' crop of corn. For

Simmons is survived by four authorized inspection wildlife upon request officer. and help us celebrate the founding to possess a public hunt I to Florida and the Florida farmers to take fall advantage

sisters, Mrs. Nolie Burge, Sop- The use of goldfish or of our church. permit when hunting on wildlife Education Association appro- of the price support loan pro-
Mrs. Villie I SERVICE carp Special emphasis of the action. for these they must
choppy Cousins of orthe minnows of bass is unlaw- days management areas. priate gram crops,
Norfolk, Va.; Mrs. Johnnie CONDUCTING SURVEY ful and diseased or Illegal baitis Brother Carlton Tucker will In commenting on the price The Florida Education Asso- be stored In an adequate storage

Smith, Panacea and Mrs.I I subject, to confiscation.It bring the morning address. reduction, W. T. McBroom, ciation believes that the "hold facility. Also, since prices for

Mamie Trimble, South Bend, Many employers in this area unlawful to sell offer for Building Fund Day, all offer- Acting Chairman of the Came the line" attitude of the Governor farm commodities are often depressed -

Indiana. are experiencing increasing dif- ings will go into the Building and Fresh Water Fish Commission and some state and county during harvest time, I it
i ficulty finding sufficient num- sale, barter, purchase, or exchange Fund. the leaders further them the
for merchandise Burning mortgage. said, "We feel that cuttingthe can only damagethe often pays to store on
ber of trained and capable workers fish. any BrotherCeorge Russ is in chargeof cost of the permit may encourage quality of public educationin farm for a time until suppliesare
freshwater
I IRVING I L. HARRIS in some essential occupa- game the afternoon music pro fathers to take Florida. Unless definite act- reduced and prices recover.
Be sure to pick a ofthecurrentfishing more
tions. up copy gram. Many churches will be and help foster Ion is promptly taken, the I Storage facility loans are available -
Sopchoppy Irving L. Harris, As a general rule, a majorityof rules and regulations their sons hunting
with of
us. of sportsmen. children of the State of Florida for up to 80 percent
a native and life-long residentof who remain unemployed ; when you purchase a generation
persons of the public will continue to be denied the the cost of the approved struct-
Wakulla died Satur- for of time new fishing license. The reduction
County, long periods : your hunterswas type of education they deserve ure in most cases. The loansare
day in his home after a lengthy for the most part untrained hunt permit for young the meetingof and their parents demand. repayable in four annual installments -

illness. He was 84. and unskilled.In established at at 4 inter-
Graveside funeral services order to appraise the extentof 1 Graduations Are Colorful And Dignified I the Came and Fresh Water percent

were held at 4:00 P.M. Mon- this shortage, the Florida Fish Commission at Tallahassee est.Mr.. Cowdy stated that loans

day in Friendship Cemetery with State Employment Service is Most people attending college; May 23. are also available for purchasing -

the Revs. Wilford McCallisterand conducting a survey to learn I graduations; this June will leave NOTICEAll such as
storage equipment
with only a memory of long;,
O. C. Hall officiating.Mr. specifically which occupationsneed mobile and ventilators
of the .dignified; black lines when as a r LEG BAND fOUNDON pupils who will be six dryers
Harris, a member Job training or other step of fact the Is ((6)) for drying the commodities being -

New Home Primitive Baptist to meet the demands for train- matter rampant with color ceremony- and etch DEAD PIGEONHal years of age on or before Jan- stored. These loans are available -

Church of Sopchoppy, lay in ed workers.A color has Its meaning uary 1, 1966, and who intendto for up to 85 percent of

state at his home until the fun- representative number of The key to Intelligent! gracl a Blanton and Rickey Strick- start to school in Wakulla the delivered and assembledcost

eral services. employers in this area are being hate watching; Is the colors In land reported to the newspaperthis County for 1965-66 school also at 4 percent interest.

Survivors include his widow; asked to cooperate In this study the lining of the hoods and the week that they had found a year, are urged to register at Farmers interested In more Information -

six daughters, Mrs. Prudia San- by providing confidential data rut of the sown which Indicates pigeon with a band on its leg. the school they wish to attend on tIll farm storage

ders of Panacea, Mrs. Virginia concerning present and estimated what kind of degree the wearer The boys took the band off the fromlune 1, 1965, through June facility loan program are urgedto

Freeman of Monticello, Mrs. future employment needs will receive bachelor. masters dead pigeon's leg and are hold Tie principals of contact the ASCS County Office -

Annie Cray of Crawfordville, with particular emphasis or doctorate ing it.They. the various schools prefer that located In the Morrison

Mrs. Dollie M. Hart of Talla- shortage occupations.This Heading' the graduates will said that the band has a registration be completed on Building across the street from

hassee, Mrs. Jewell Simmons, information will be com- make the next graduation: you x number on it. I June 9, 1965, inasmuch as special the Cafe.

and Mrs. Dorsey Lee Revell, bined and used as a basis to determine attend a more rewarding arrangements are made for

both of Sopchoppy, four sons, need for education and experience tills date. However, If this is

Clarence, Jack and Terry of training to reduce local labor So why not clip this story not convenient registration may
out and take It along the next
Sopchoppy, and Willie of Craw- shortages, and to help youth time you attend a <' ollegcommencement I : '' FISH FRY HERE be completed on any weekdayfrom
fordville; a sister, Mrs. Elvie choose suitable occupations. ra SATURDAYThe June 1 through June Is, To said visitors with Cameras,

Walker 1 of Craw fordville; 24 Employers who are contactedby The bachelors. gown accordIng 1J65. a special grandstand has been

grandchildren and 23 great- the State Employment Service to Richard' Otner ed cation I Eastern Star will have a erected on a pier at Cypress

grandchildren. can provide valuable assistance al director for the E. It MooreCo. The wealth of tradition behind Fish Fry Saturday, June 12, at Gardens given for accurate and instructions photographicsett are

Pallbearers were Denzil Cray, and benefit to themselves .. one of the nation's leading academic customs I II shown by the Masonic Hall in Crawford and direction.
Dallas Cray, Farnell Hart, Ce- and to the community as a producers of caps and gowns, the similarity between the Matters ville. ng

Simmons, Robert Harris, whole by cooperating in this has long pointed sleeves and two gown of 1964 on the right Starting time will be 6100 P,

Jimmy Sanders, Dwight Sand- study. pleat on either side Higher; up and the Matters gown used at M. $1.00 per plate for adults

ers, Henry Crum, Kenny Re- on masters the academic which ladder Is Is dlsllngulHhed the. Oxford in 1828 at the left and SOt for children.
gown:
veil and Eddie Johnson.The .
by Its ;long crescent-
-
McClendon Funeral Homeof
shaped sleeve At the top of the ness Administration, Commerce
Tallahassee was in charge of MACON A. RUDD heap Is the doctor lie wears a Accountancy; llla for Dentistry;

funeral arrangements. gown with full length velvet copper) for Economics; light blue NOTICE

Funeral services for Macon panels In front which are either for Education: ; orange; for Engl

A. Rudd who died Friday at the black or the color denoting the veering: brown for Fine Arts; Deao.me
THOMAS A. MOORE Tallahassee Memorial Hospitalwere department of learning -- music russet for forestry: crimson for forNewaCopy is
9:30: A. M. on Tuesdays. Due
for Law
Journalism purple
held Sunday at the Sop- medicine and so forth ;
for ThomasA. lemon for I library Science; to production CON, it has become -
Funeral services choppy Methodist Church at i The colors. within the hoods
Moore, 37, retired Air 3:00 P.M. Burial was at West tell the watcher the scholarsspeciality and green for Medicine necessary to enlorce news r
Force Sergeant, who died Sat- with the i according to Osner Also, pink for Musli apricot' copy deadline. i
Sopchoppy Cemetery doctor for :Nursing': sliver rray for Please help us to give a
you
urday, were scheduled for 3:00 Reverend Jeff Baker and the Hoods, whether worn by
Oratory olive green for I'harm. better
I
P. M. in the First master, or bachelor are essentially paper. 6 n
Monday Baptist Rev. Luther R. Stokes officiating. the same In cut The icy dark blue for Philosophy. Editor I
Church of Crawfordvllle. .
for Physical Educatlon II
sage green
acbelor hood Is three feet long
The Rev. S. A. Coxwell officiated He was aretired farmer, and has a two.Inch wide velvet peacock blue for Public I

at the services for Mr. member and trustee of the Me- band. The master's Is three and Administration Including Foreign MATERIAL
WEALTH-Sen
Moore, a native of Crawford- thodist Church and a veteran of one.half feet long with a three. Service salmon pink) for Public;
vine. Burial was in Crawford- World War I. Inch wide velvet band while the !Health gold,yellow for Science Herman E. Talmadge (D..Ga. >

ville Cemetery. Survivors include his widow, doctoral hood Is four feet long citron for Social Science, and said "Such it our material ijr

Survivors included his widow, Norma Rudd, Sopchoppy; one with a five-Inch wide velvet band. gray for Veterinary Science wealth that Americans are bet-

Carol;three sons, Thomas, Michael son, Clinton Rudd, Sopchoppy; The color of the velvet band There also are special rule ter paid, better housed! better
and Douglas; three dau- two brothers, John A. Rudd, represents the department of govr-nlng; usage of caps, gowns, fed and better clothed than FARM LABOR SITUATION -- The serious subject of farm

ghters, Kathy, Betsy and Me- Gainesville, and Theo Rudd of earning while the lining of the and hoods For example the people anywhere else in the labor was examined at a meeting of agricultural leaders in
president and members of the
the omclal
linda his mother Mrs. Kath- hood symbolises
; Sopchoppy) two sisters, Mrs. of college world. The Orlando recently. Pictured in a pre-meeting conference
erine Fenell all of Crawford- colors of the school which governing body a or average factory are
Ralph Parramore, Quincy, and awarded the degree Each of the university may wear a doctor's worker in America for Instance
left to Joffre C. David
ville; and two brothers, Edwardof Mrs. Ruth Rowan, Ft. Myers,, hold ( right) general manager of the Florida
many different fields has Its own gown If they do not the degree receives
Crawfordville and R. Worth and 3 grandchildren.J. special color, ranging; : from maize but their hood may repre. wage three times an hourly Fruit & Vegetable Association; Assistant U. S. Secretary of

of Tallahassee. A. Culley and Sons Funeral for the school of Agriculture to sent only degrees actually held. greater than Agriculture George Mehren; and Florida Commissioner of
Pallbearers were W. C. Cox, Home was In charge of arrangements scarlet for Theology or Divinity. The mortarboard hat Is worn at workers in Great Britain, and

Billy Brooks, Lewis Brooks, Colors established by the all times except during prayer or West Germany five times Agriculture Doyle Conner, who conducted the meeting Fol.

Brooks Curies, W. P. Curies and American Council on Education when the :National': Anthem IIplayed. greater than in France and six lowing the Orlando discussions, the group toured the farmingarea

Harlon Moore. Include white for Arts. Letters, and the tassel Is draped times more than in Italy."
at Belle Glade
and Humanities, drab for Dusl over the left temple al .11 "roes.



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WAKVLLA COUNTY NEWS""i I SCHOOL BOARD "MEETING' SRf '''''80.ID MEETING Patrol Director Reminds

2 THURSDAY. JUNE 10. 1965'' NOTICE OF APPLICATION LEGAL NOTICESIn May 26, 1965 ;" -'tfy 26, 1965 Drivers School
called to cr- Is Out!
FOR TAX DEED The rncotlngwas
I the Circuit Court of the Second called to order -
Sec. 194. 16. F.B. Tho meeting was Mr- Strickland, vice
.1 der by
Judicial Circuit of Florida Members
Chairman.
by the Members presentwere Watch
+ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Inand For Wakulla prcscntwere-Chairman Roddcn- chairman.Mr. Paulfc, Mr. Poscv I' Those, Kids!

that A. L. PORTER, the holder -', County. In Chancery. berry, Vice-Chairman Strick- Stric and and Mr. Rod- :
WAKULLA Mr.
of the following certificates No. 1337. land, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Poscy. Absent Mr. Crum. : TALLAHASSEE--SCHOOL IS OUT, so PLEASE WATCH "
has filed said certificates for a Huey L. Calloway, Members absent Mr. Crum. denbcny. Strickland I Cited 'HP CUlluliundcr Ii, N. Kltluni&1I ht OUT
COUNTY Chairman WI
NEWS tax deed to be issued thereon. Plaintiff, Tho minutes of the April 19, i Vice chair to Chairman schools are closing for the season and rClllllldl'U driver billtoriob that
the every
The certificate numbers and vs. DIVORCE, 1965, and April 30, 1965, were I yielded to avoid running down the child who should be prepared -

Telephone WAInul .1301 years of Issuance, the description Rose B. Calloway, read by Superintendent Whaley. Roddenberry.Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded 01 his car at any time, may materallze In front
of the property, and the Strickland, seconded "More children In the
1
Defendant. Moved Mr. to 14
by the
Paulk that age .
group
Mr. are killed In
by traffic mishaps
names In which it was assessedare Pjulk that the' each throughout
by nation
NOTICE TO ANSWER following teachers be hired for than from any known disease,"
as follows minutes be approved as read. indicated Kirkman reminded "LasC year 12 chll.lwn In this
Virginiatrri Kelghtley Editors Certificate No. 1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOi: All for the motion: Mr. schools as WIDE killed and 1.719 InJured hy motorists in accidents age group were
on Florid
COUNTY 's
Year of Issuance 1963 Rose B. Galloway, 8030 Long Strickland, Mr. Roddcnbcrry, MoorheadST. streets and highways."
Description Property As per Point Houston Texas. 77055. Paulk Absents 1. Mr. Edgar Kirkman warned that drivers
Keightlry Tubltoher ,. Mr. Posey and Mr. MARKS must always expect the unexpected
I Deed Book 7, Page 74, in Sec. Mr. Crum. where children are concerned,
You are hereby notified that a 1. Miss Mary Carol Sleeken- remembering that chUlillln are unpredictable -
Entered at Crawford vIII., Florida 3, 3S-1W. suit for divorce hh been brought Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded and that the motorist must think for them in traffic

ni second clan matter Subwrlp Name in which assessed Effie against you by Huey L. Callo- by Mr. Strickland, that personal hauler.CRAWFORDVIUE "Drivers should be particularly alert near public park and play-
i Smith. way, In the Circuit Court of leaves for non-InstructIonal grounds in fact, near any place where children may be expected I
linn rata: $3,00 per year All of said property being in Wakulla County, Florida, and personnel be approved as 1. Mrs. Carol Lee MillsSOPCHOPFY to gather I

? the County of Wakulla, State are hereby required to file follows "All of us have a moral responsibility to keep children saf( ." I
of Florida. you with the Clerk of the Circuit 1. Jerry -Reeves June 17-30. 1. Miss Leanne McCmnis Kirkman said, "and traffic is so potent a danger! to youngst: ,'ts: that ,
I Unless such certificate or 14-25. 2. MIL Marv Frances Kittrcll It will take all of us to do tht lob"
2. Cox
Court of said county your writ- Winton June I
certificates shall be redeemed : Virginia Idled
: ten defenses, if any, In said 3. Lonnie Raker June 7-11. 3. Mrs
REAL ESTATE according to law the property motion Mr. 4. Mrs. Ann Booth Hall
suit and to serve a copy of same All for the
described in such certificate or' Strickland Mr. Poscy, Mr. 5. Mrs. John Glenn Hall
on A. L. Porter, Crawfordville ,
domes Acreage certificates will be sold to the and Mr. Paulk All for the motion Mr. NOTICESPECIALS
Florida, attorney for plaintiff, Roddcnbcrry 11
Waterfront lots highest bidder at the court on or before the 12th day of July Superintendent halcy recommended Strickland, Mr. Poesy Mr. I
house door on the first Mondayin A. D. 1965. Herein fail not that the following Roddenberry and Mr. Paulk. FRI, SAT, MON. AND TUBS.

HENRY VWllAMSREALTY Month of July, 1965, whichis or a decree pro confesso will be* schedule for the Summer Recreational Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded -
BROKER the 5th day of July, 1965. entered against Programbc adopted. by Mr. Paulk, that the

741 P. o. Box 275 Dated this 11th day of May, WITNESS the you.Honorable W SUMMER PHYSICAL board accept the resignation of .

Phone Marks, FloridaIf 1965. .May Walker, one of the judgesof EDUCATION: PROGRAM Jerry Earl Reeves as mechanic. MAXWELL HOUSE
St.
Moody Pearce said court and the seal thereof The Wakulla County Programof AU lor the motion Mr. Rod- 79c.COFFEE

Clerk of Circuit Court of at Crawfordville, Wakulla Summer Physical Educationand denberry, Mr. Strickland, Mr.
Wakulla County, Florida County, Florida, this 8th day of Recreation will include Paulk, and Mr. Posey.
4t-S/13.20.27.6/3. June, A.D. 1965. activities youth in day light Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded -
/Moody Pearce hours. by Mr. Paulk, that the

You Need. Clerk Circuit Court A. Individual Small groups. board adopt the resolution attached -
Wakulla County, FloridaA. 1. Horseshoes hereto in regards to a lB. CAN
Office-Supplies with theCivilRlghtsActof
2. Badminton plan of compliance
L. PorterCrawfordvill"
llusinefcs!' Machine HELP WANTED 3. Volly Ball 1964. (Tins
Office urniture MALE OR FEMALE for Plaintiff., Florida, 4. Shuffle BoardB. resolution appeared in last Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS, lb. 29c
Attorney
SM or Call Man or woman wanted to sup (SEAL Team Sports week's paper. ) .. -- ---
ply Rawleigh products to eons 4t-6/10.17.24.7/1.) 1. Baseball (Little Leagueand All for the motion Mr. Rod-

RANEY WHALEYat um e II in Franklin County or Pony League) denberry, Mr. Strickland, Mr. SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 69c
Taylor County. Good time to 2. SoftballC. Paulk and Mr. Posey.
start. No capital required. See Physical Development Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded -
CAPITAL OFFICE. I D. C. Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd., RECESSION DEPRESSION 1. Track and Field, Tumb- by Mr. Strickland, that the TUNA FISH .4 6+OZ. CANS 99*

EQUIPMENT CO. Tallahassee1 or write Rawleigh; PROOF BUSINESS ling and Gymnastics 3 wks. meeting adjourn.
5, Memphis, Tcnn. EXCEPTIONAL HIGH 2. Weight Program 3 wks. All for the motions Mr.
31* South Ad.nuSt.
Corner E. PeniacolaTALLAHASSEE. 6tp-4/8.22.29.5/6.20. 27. EARNINGSPARTTIME 3. Personal Health 2 wks. Strickland, Mr. POI e y, Mr. Lindy Cream Style CORN, 2 for 29cA1
FLORIDA FULL-TIME Twi-Nitc Adult Program to be Roddcnbcrry, and Mr. Paulk.
WORK FOR ADDED INCOME conducted two nites per week S. E. Roddcnbcrry,
HELP WANTED New Territories in this area fo for the following activities Chairman I I'OUNIHtOX

MALE OR FEMALE new dealers. A. Men Softball league.B. .
WANTED AT ONCE Rawleigh MALE OR FEMALE Women's Softball league William SuperintendentHe E. Whaley, GRITS . . . .2 for 19c

LEON SEPTIC TANK Dealer in Franklin .mty or Available, handling the world- Special Programs
SERVICE; ; Taylor County. See D. C. fa moiir R.C.A. and SYLVANIA July 3 Comity wide Softball
Farm MILK 3 for 39c
Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd. Talla- brand FAST moving Radio and tournament. Spring Evap. ,
hassee, or write Rawleigh FA F T.V. tubes, sold thru our NEW-
Clean OutRepair I Typical Weekly Program(Schedule -
II. 220 3, Memphis, Term. EST model FreeSelfServicetube will! change as occasions Fresh BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c
testers. This unique me- ,
," 610247822. demand) _._ -. .J1 ..
New Installation thodof sales successful
proven MONDAY t MFTCALF FROZEN
The Best For Less I in 9 years history of operations. I A.M. 8:00.10:00-Team 10 OZ. 59?
Tremendous multi-million I dollar SHRIMP
FOR SALE LAND two 18- Sports Skills and Techniques!
market available
Telephone acre tracts, one east, one west yearly. 10.00-12 Individual and "
Tallahassee 877-1773 in county. Priced to sell. S. $1695.00 Cash investment to $3290.00 required- Earn-from Small Groups games. JJi6p WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK FILM
after 6:00 Revell Reg Bkr. Panacea 2100-4:00 Physical Development -
: p.m. ,
ings could net over $600.00 AVAILABLEWE
pel He maketh the storm ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE
Bridge. month. first 2 wk:. No night pro- a calm AND
6/10.' -(Psalm* 107.29)
gram.
BUSINESS IS FULLY SET UP-
Dees Barber I INCOME STARTS IMMEDIATELY TUESDAY We can remain in charge of
ShopFOUR NO SELLING OR SOLICITING 8100-10:00 Team Sports. our emotions if we pray daily NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF
10:00-12:00 Individual and
Pilots Aided REQUIRED REPEAT for the calm spirit and the
Small
Croups games. & FERTILIZER
BUSINESS. poised manner that becom- BULK SEEP
is
POINTS Radiation 2 00-4
By Financial : :Competitive Sports. .'
assistance given to
7:00-10:00 Men's and Wo- ing to a child of God When we

BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 Radiation may help pilot full ify you time must, if desired.have capital To qual-for men's Softball. (give conscious thought to SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE

get heavily loaded airplanes immediate Investment. 4-8 WEDNESDAY I maintaining this calm and this .

OPEN TIL off the ground safely spare hours each week, auto 8:00-10:00 Team Sports. poise, we are never challengedto
8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS The new device proposed sincere desire to own and oper- I000-12r00 Individual and lobe them. Spiritual growth PIGOTT'S STORE

by two National Aeronautics ate your own business. For per- small groups ,games.: brings us the faith that under

GRADY; WHITFIELDiftROLD and Space Administration sonal interview on this oppor- 2:00-4:00. No- Physical Development. God we can remain in chargeof :MFDART .

scientists consists of tunity, write, include phone night program. our emotions.
BLESRDYTIlERS; "' weak radioactive number tOISINCER THURSDAY
very INDUSTRIES, INC. 8:00-10:00 Team Sports. WE GIVE PLAID STAMPS
DEE COOK, Owner sources imbedded in the 8631 Delmar Blvd. 10:00-12:00 Individual and I

HE GIVE SAN GREEN; STWPS runway at known intervals St. Louis, Mo. 63124 small group games.
-along with simple radiation ltc-6/10. 2:00-4:00- Physical Development. -

-ditection equipment in .
the plane. It will keep the 700-1000: Men's and Wo

CLARK'SSHOP pilot continually informedof men's Softball.

his position along the FRIDAY
8:00-10:00: Teams Sports.
under visibility
runway any 10:00-12:00 Individual and

c conditions according to small group games. I
the scientists, Fred JUrinkwater 2100-4:00 Competitive Sports.

3d and Bernard This program is planned for NO JOB TOO
R. Kibort of NASA Amen 36 hours of recreation work per ,
EARLY AMERICAN: week An 4 hours will be
Research Center Moffett extra
1KLMII VICTORIAN! PKpVlNdAI Field California spent on maintcmncc of equipment ;i ; LARGE OX

By correlating this information and grounds.
FURNITUREPhone with his air speed, 0 0t Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded TOO SMALL I
| by Mr. Poscy, that the sche-
the
pilot determine
385.1222 can dule be adopted.
1901 N. Monroe St. whether his takeoff is proceeding All for the motion! Mr. Paulk,

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA satisfactorily, they Mr. Posey, Mr. Strickland and
I said Mr. Ro denberry. PROFESSIONAL

I Movedby Mr. Strickland, seconded -

by Mr. Posey, that Mr.

-- Nimrod T. Frazcr of Farish, PRESSWORK o
Tallahassee Bunliwws Firm Thornton, and Gaunt be employed i-

as Fiscal Agent to sell
the bonds to finance the new PRACTICAL I

. DIRECTORYPalomlz consolidated school. I
All for the motion Mr.

Strickland, Mr. Poscy, Mr. PRICES .
Paulk and Mr. Roddcnbcrry.Movcdby .
Then Advertisers Mr. Strickland, se-

condedby Mr. Poscy, that Ro- .
bert Maybin be employed as

FRM I school All for architect.the motion Mr. Call Us I
Little Folks Store For Fast
4 IDC O. I. GRAMLING Strickland, Mr. Poscy, Mr.. I
6o Roddcnbcrry and Mr. Paulk. i
"The Capital'sMajon
FEEDS for Minon" & CO. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded -

Claild,.", ', FII,.. CIl..., Toy, by Mr. Strickland, that bills Layouts and Estimates!
Gamtt Hobbies One-Stop S.nic. for be approved as presented.All .
Hint River Mills Baby Aouiiontt FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry for the motions Mr. I
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 '
Strickland Mr. Mr.
X015 5. Monroe J>h. 223-0274Ligkt Posey,
Supplies Rod enberry and Mr. Paulk.

Garden ToolsSo. Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded -
by Mr. Paulk, that the
Adam at S.A.L.R.R. board .
Crowing adjourn.All Offset and
Baker-Alford Co."I'M for the motions Mr. Letterpress
Phone 223-0173 Strickland Mr. Paulk Mr.
,
I
Anything for Pam your Hon"auto truck Roddenberry and Mr. Posey. Copy and Design Experts

Wtiikt and KigularGVft0r or tractor. Also tor your power S. E. Roddcnbeny,

.t* !'oak.. I. lawnmowtr and much for your Chairman
boat William E. Whalcy,
Hanson, Wood and 208 N'Adam St. n, 2234380 Superintendent."If .

Hoel Ind.; Inc. Capital Stone Co. 4+ -. We pride ourselves in turning

3 Adams St. a* Polnta. '
T.L 222-6840 P. O Boa aa1Yeager JI Sine 1W8 out quality'work and in meeting
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MARBLE GRANITE
all
BRONZE deadlines. See us for your
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Adam FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS
114 8. St. -T l 223-44180 CALL

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L. RILEY FUNERAL --- It'. a funny thing about life
HOME -Geo. B. Bowra Aztec (N. -folks work themselves to THURBDAT. JUNE 10. !,*.

Licensed Embalmer & FUneral Director Mex.) Independent Review. death trying to get to where W. Spalding The Kentucky r _

Phone Flattery is the art of telling they can take it easy.-Carl ( Bardstown ) Standard
697.3366: another exactly what he Soaking a wedding ring ill '
Ya' % person C. Wood The Plains (Tex. ) Edwin D Lambright directedthe
thinks of himself. Dan Tabler, Record. dishwater three times daily editorial policy of the Tampa

""24 CARRABELLE, FLA. Queen Anne's Record-Observer The average fellow is not makes it last longer Fred W Tribune for more than a half
HOUR
AMBULANCE SERVICE" Centreville, Md. looking for a man he can trust ("Crown The Bergen (IN. .I J century
( itm'n
but a man who will trust him.
SERVING VMUIM COUNTY

"Years ago, a man who

saved his money was a miser. -

Today he's a miracle worker."


IT'S YOUR MOVEby II i I Ii FLORIDA i'ATE


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lullioi oj The liaise flofrJia of .\In'ill!!" (i :Now Showll1l; N Showing

ILECTIiIDES fr ikic Avalon
Protection When Something miRiiiIly fine minor $11111*; Bob Hope

la Lost Or BrokenA antique desk. $T>0; figurine, Tuesday Weld I Aunt.' ite F II n Ice 110
new mh 101' IK twine IIIIIIK In $r>0, Total : $5011.( )
the home of n Dolxe Idaho, i I. !Now; mid these two flumes Frankie Avalon rJl'hrah) Walley
for touple ttiln \\ppk Thlll'M i because ($7,r>DU |>lim $51111 would
they hail the foii-siKln) to net make ,nllll. uhldi Is the "I'lL TAKE "BEACH

I'nll-1'ioteilion fin their IIOHHoutitiy 1)1'1'1'11111111" or everything SWEDFNPERRY ;" PLNNKEThlN'CO
moreenjoyable (' move. 'OU'I'I' moving)
Notevriynnp In Hint roitiumte 5. Ask your\ HKPIII to IntlUateK "'

I'I < Mont people ilon know that the $ .OIMI .'III1VllhIP 1'1'011"11011. .
van line' normal I liability on on yom' Order for Set \ .It p
household pomlK, moved, long dl. (The ion I1'11I IP only $"> .
outdcor tanrei Is ollly :.In ipiiln per pound per t\\.IMHI )1'| $ ''If )
!per Itfin Take the Ilnlxp ioiiple'M If yon iln this. yon will be HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
liea.lired mlnoi It welnlied, 50 'promptly pulil" and 'In hill OUTDOOR ON: WOODVILLE HWT.
living; poiillilH.. At :In i pills I per IHIIIIII!" for nil loss 01 damage l nnlpiimined -
nil they wonM' 1111\'P ipielxeil by win. 1'101,01' other rsu rand
when It was im'lilpiitnlly ilam utillkily o'turlenre-t .It l lHI
aged, woulil hll\ I' bPiMi fII.mitlarely llbeil, III the ('pitlllintp of I'llil '["l1t11.hl thin Saturday
Get rid of Mosquitoes, Flies, Gnafs, Ann, enonuh lo pny foi the VII hiI' I'liilw'lion >oii will I I I Iretelv1' I omijit tlU'li,1 IrdI'
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fancy flume, III II'IIII. UIP>' have SI :\ \ \D 1VU SINGLE
Flsas, Roaches, Moths, Wartrbugi, For Kennel H brand new dnplli'He of the Ion ma> b.\\oiulpiliiK abnutPxlnlltiK Alfred II itrLco.I's I GIRL"
oilKlnnl' mil 101'. IIIKIIIIIIIIP"" on your household ,
Silverfish or Yard Use At IPimt half HIP ppnplp Involved KOOIH,| WOK! 'polli-IPS piovlilpIlinllPil "PS' CHO""A' YANK: IN VIET
In mss hug iiiiiniH jimi ,'lnll''lloli. Ilnl Pull
ilont have Piioimh purrtetlnit, V II 11 I IK- I'olpitloii IH movingIOMI.IKI ; Plus Co-flit NAM"
aoDJ ISOTOX GARDEN SPRAY FLEADUST when they niotp tlii-li honspliolil 'iHIially 1II' lltll.1 to
!Ronitrt. Thpy IIKHIIIIIP Ihpy piolpil yon ham Html to llni.-li I ,i n: e' Stewart '"LOOKING FOR

do Hut they ,1011'1.'t In flinch tunes. of >oni mow- No insurance pal "
__..:1 Kills Bugs With One lpr y-Ejsy As they hnve only HIP bore minimum icy does this! "DLR BRICII I II 1 r. LOVE"

PIFBI rlbed b>' liiu 3iiipnin Free Pamphlet Available
Watering 1)1'1'11111111,11'1'1' HPIII Bill I the aver. ,
Complete Supply 'I'hl"I hull1'ulue l'intpllt Is
lice value of household' goods IK
,ilemillMil In n "pniii|>lili>t. I IIPUliikiMi
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NO ANNOYING ODOR iniiHPt\ntlvp tlmiroil at $1 1.2. "
lee pound', Sniloii't iixiiunc yam'11uesensIDllm IPIIMII 'll IH ,publishedby
llll nutty plOtPllplInlipn North Am..I..1I1I1111. MIIPM I Lemon Poppy Seed Bread

GET RID OF PESKY FLIES Our Dusts and Sprays Insure yon IIHI ii MID II lit.. 'Ihi'ymo ol roil \\11)11". liiilliiiin I IMH ,
sit linpit'tseil b\' this! pinnphlpbfiiinst ;at !.. -
not iinlpxK
yon buy '
II ass\ 1 i pinnl by tin '''''t. 7
exliii pi'ol PI I Ion 01 ,011'1.,1b ) "pi .
tin
Ribbons
e Fly
Piper
the Safety of These Animals: Hpei'lul IIIHIIIIIIHP ollly) IIIOM'I u |hn |h.I'| | !Iwpli! f' 't1i
,
Kianliil II i "MI.Jr.hIMIII''d" Htiiiu- ,t4
Fly Bait .
How To Be Fully Protected the :J
by Inliixlnti ( inniniiiiCniinnlcsiiiii
DAIRY CATTLE -BKF CATTLE
One or tin Iii 1/1..1! iimtiiiK 'l'hlM| ) | M.int I Is bused
oinpiiiilex. \\ hut IPII>UII/PI| | lint on 'llnaiulal iPHixinxiMIIU, ppeilpiuo \.
HORSES DOOS -CATS the niijoilty of ppopli, tlssli111141! and leihblllty. It al
they had iiiliiinii| |inli-ilInn. |Boas Ilipm In settle, ililnm' illipdly _
If they imeil n \ un lhn. Iuas rose with HIP ithlpiPi) If yon
up \\ lii n plan ID '
Kniiiiintpp lull MonM like ii fipp i opy ol I heIlinken
.
coverage III <' ixi' Of lllKM III ll Illl. iPipol: ; Josh drop, me a
age. ly) iitiiiiR It, join 1111111.:1111/11: l'OMIt'III',111 h yoni inline and
0. 1. GRAMLING & G0.FEEDSEEDFERT'ZER are. pioterteil In tlipli.. lull \nliu lllllllPHMMemittlille, ,
dollar for llolllll, here's how IF )on lime :myKppil.il
It woilm: piobliniH' about iiioUnff t",
1. The vim linr'K ifspiitlll )'oll'lIl1kl' IIIIXHPIIM! <|"...lIolI ( "
enllmntp 'HIP weight ofeverythliiK about pMllmaliH,, ,piuklnK 1 lalnii' \

1010 L .Adder Stroot PHONE 2U4II2EVERY to IP nmted delays. 01 1'1'011.11011 of yoni 'po>
2. Multiply( I h I H pHtlnutpil M"MMlolI"ITII... to HIP iib'mi
weight b\ $1 t,2!. HIP average them I'll IIP happy' to HMXWPIIlieiil i
value or lioimeholilKoodn In thin' iiiliiinn .
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(\ixnniilp: |' : (I.OIMIpoiniiH > leltpi to yon. II'YOIl i.7: ...

would have un average wlxhillp: MirRiiet' It mil.ill.
poo vnlup of $7,!rilll).) 2iMI i I.. Onlulo St. CliliuRo, Illlliola .'.dIIlLMf
I [jj lt toe w Pf1 3. Carefully lint' mid vnlue nil bOMIAI I, .
your ponKpHnloim th.it hive: >Alliv..' la he in", you finkllii -" a> r aEI

t MJlp11i1Oltlp.. (\Examples, : nn/il mavfr far your mini I,I'nion' |pert .tell, I inniv" "+i it III o i i I", In, ,n., ,omMnntiii |lend nspp '
. II nl, ion' h ,in 'chi, qnl.| i. loin/ ""ml I .,'mni" I1.i il I thread[ :
"UJ\ ,I boisis" a i modi, n ,INI" i", '" /h,. ,niiiiioi,, ll! 'iln! by
\ Ih,' tlilaii'," ,11,11 ni IIbll'lavtll' I / nil, nun in ,'n i, .rd t :tun' ,'' I
\ Slightlyuntil' II"" u inn II quuk' hiituS, \ ,ot, not as sweet ani I
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\ I : '-'N akp. I.pinon I" ipi\| -;?, I llii>iul I IK ,I'' its' bi it h ,I, t oinpanled by toffee
.I ; a4'W 01: I Il'a011'11 Mini, I mil, Iln bread sliii'i hollu .inter a mellowing
Invest TIME in
W': .. :; ,peiloil nf u ft'l\\ until\ 01 bctlpi yet l, overnight
CLUBS
fJ t" ,;ly!, LEMON POPPY SEED BREAD
t '
i t T. 1Jt.n' \' 1 loaf
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l/i cup milk ?j cup shortening
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1N M., 1ff 1.11
1 tablespoon seed
poppy 3J cup sugar
1' --- -- WIj 2 cup sifted, enriched flour 2 eggs

1 tablespoon baking powder 1 tablespoon grated lemon
.
1 teaspoon tilt rind

.. '( W v diPiiHp: xij, x I I''' ,.IIH'h loaf pun Preheat<< oven to 350. Combine
j / milk and peppy| | need. Sift together, flour, bikhm powder! ant Bait
In IIIKP mixing bOil) i raani together/ rhottenlnx; and sugar until
&y REDUCED IlKlit/ and/ fluffy Heat In eggs and lemon rind Illenil, flour mixture
into earned' mlxliirr alleinntely with milk and poppy seed begin;
IIIIun,1, .nlll:11: with flour. \lii-ut well after each addition' Turn Into
j WE MUST MAKE ROOM pin (Hike 1 huh and In minute. or until take tester inserted! lut'either
1 omen nut ile.in Cool In pun on Sire rai'k 5 minutes before
ek removing hone pan ('0,1 1 tompleUlyIf I .

FOR OUR 1965 TRADESandMSi 4I' "' you until Hilt and In the absence of other illiertloiiH upoon

s I !Hour ,diieitly tiom lontalner Into n one <'up dry mei: nrp, level off
then remove Iwo level tabtpHpmintnU. Uciontinn to I'SDA rerom-


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o 1 127 N. ADAMS 1414 S. MONROE ST. ?: ; ;
10 It pays to stay in 4-H. In fact Fifty.seven businesses and $
K / DC CHEVROLET vi i membership of 4 to 10 years has foundations are currently pro- I
> aar .. ...... 57 oartrwanR auj. ,.rk karw
60'ALCON. .110 ..wIb..., sp ..., as* COQC paid off handsomely for thousands viding such funds said NormanC.
Ash. impala N waltg It ? Mr sly "oJ of Head Heart, Hands Mindrum, director of the I
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and Health youth throughoutthe Committee. ,

I 'V3[ F01 Oaa RIIIIAOg1 awatr. law. 4 m ono, D ra4la":an 50 states Service reports Committee.the National $1.8 Million Budget .V,Fa' ;f.Al 1eJ 4If+I tItY; hXt1

.." rORD. *>.,. tkaa, ......,. tar.raal _.mf ...1 4 H : A budget of $1.8 million will
'S95 .d II I
akin raal aaatwn; aaaUr. < S fl '. .M The tangible benefits are fourfold
be used the Committee this
HlUa kataait -"". ". tut $1295 by
Committee spokesmansaid.
$245 I.1! .. ..'I... .. a year, he added. Included are
Continuous membership '
.". <... 'harp affords (1) learning new skills funds for 263 scholarships and :f ; f Vt'* 1'taJli Iitit'> '!'Ayiu
'60 ......Misrtorii'l <2rH. 'I fellowships; 1.300 educational
", ... $ and methods ((2)) opportunities
1 '61 acaaamy .,... 1 895IIL1 trips; 19 .250' honor medals;
'Nr'MM"I .. .. and community
: ::lek'': wet win w"lolle .1 I for fellowship 14300 miscellaneous rewards
.., NMf Ma. LN II service ((3) good chance for self- ;

IN till, ....-..... $695 '62.ta uwM.. ........ha1695 Improvement ((4)) recognition. and ices to many 411.Among !.supplementary servo
1Ir' Through project work boys
aaary aa4 aalf and girls between 9 and 19 the donors are:
vALiAjirr. i.door, .. Allied Chtmlcil CorpotitionArcidlinProducti
learn how to
of
f I 6U fleas nil ."* *" J3954 years age grow Dipt. American! Form Prod. .
f
Naalag elf . 62 \Ii .tot: PICK cf, CHivaoirr things, make things show, teach yell Indu'Ir! he.. Armour and pe t P
: na r aaal UUaf W ka rM la
.rt f.r ,... al aolr AC and sometimes even consume Company. Cililoinii Chomlcil Compiny
// coarua '*.>*. i door willi raao. low atlea al | | YDI the results of their labors. They Ortho Divuion! Chicago Board of Tndt. .,
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Inc. Deere t
ktaiar aw4 > aaifl *i lfC'w Com A Clark John A
araaamlaalaa. A T ftVJ also gain experience in buying, man Kodak Company, Ell Lilly and ,
sat iBMy *u ..... I romn V* 4 .... wMa ....., aaal selling and saving. Company. Ford Motor Company FundGmtfal .
62 auwio'lla ...__ A laal aaar* Foodt Corporation Htudoil A

I '61 can*. r:.-= ,'BOC&' M ;995 ....>Ikfej Aakaa.., iwuu.a.u._. --.(.. ,- SO O7 ACaaa J 1 Concerted of this did PlanningAll not just hap- Nriaon Aloe. Farms Homillu., ln.A Dlvlaion of Too.

arlla ar laad; la The nationwide 411 Club Iron I..., Ken Claw Manufacturing
aaa .... ...... pen. Corporation Manty.Ftrfuaon Inc..
cREVaoLKTacWn a 6w. va movement is the result of more
'AX* raal .N.1, Moorman Mfg. Co. Olin Mathi.aonChomlcal IDIAS FOR INTERIORS Authenticity In home decoration ,In
Baal atoaa. TMa la a i favored
cmvaoicr *itf* WAGON n.OJ c:. n. II *.. ...... than half-century of planning Corporition Th Puts Oil Com.pany by present, day dilt.vour.elf decorator In room of a selected
ra ia. kaaiar aa4 'ata-t tor wt aaa-fa.S tOCkv expanding, changing and evaluating Ralston Purina Company. Simplicity period, ftonipmaker. prefer either exact
-aU teaaaailialia. ) SVJ al aalf J07J the program to meet the Pattern C... Inc Tha ..IngerCompany paper furniture and e.iorle. reproduction of wall.
a* lato aa Tha SAN Foundation Inc. or an accurate reflection of the
needs of youth. The Extension .plrlt of lit .tin.. The,
sale motif |In the |
; Firs railroads bu. supported 4 H picture, taken from
Over 40 Years of Selling & Servicing The Finest Service, part of every land grant almoat from its ....,lioll. They arm: .n Earl Allier'" ,", flirted quilt, ,la framed with a design from an.oth@f
d d university, cooperates with the Santa F. Railway, Burlington Railroad, wallpaper, "as 1800 Each I. authentic In Itself
Automobile in the Big Bend Area. U.S. Department of AgricultureIn MJwiutM. Road ChlcafO and North combine In II design lit utBtandlng Interest Such and they
.... a striking
4-H activities. W. ) Railway and Illlnola CentralRailroad. symbol
structuring of Early Allleric historycould give dralllatic Importance
Since 1921, the National 4-11 deakalcove warmth and charlll to to a
a den or) boy'
Besides those listed above, 30 roonl. The
vinyl.
Service Committee has taken coated surface ha a rugged durability which
I -ALFORD leadership in securing funds additional corporations annually b..r. would have ch.ered. It I.'a.habh..crubbabl.our for.

from private business source contribute funds to the Com Ifnnrmarb apange otl ...lIy. gtvtng' a "freah.u.new"Dust look dirt for
for awards educational literature mittee to aid 4-H members and years of sturdy wear Ideal for any room 111 the house. frolll foyer
CHIVIOLIT COMPANY and technical aid. volunteer leaders. to kllch.aFor h. period' IliMiiir to"nV..t VJu", needs see
your local (CertifiedVallpap Dealer
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IH'IRSDAV' JUKI 10. 1.M .1\\ T/M& Let's Ge

---- SAVERSby 1 ByLouise C. Sapp

The Camp meeting began
e as Wednesday night June 9, at
Martha Brandt
7i45 o'clock with the Rev. Em-
SPRAY SPACE SAVERS "' itt Whaley conducting the ser I

A hoer l KIOIIII" of new slam ofiiciOHol vices. The meeting is being [,
pioitiu, are coming on held at West Florida CampGround I C:
the MI i'ni* now l In envy lini' anilKiini By Mary Whitman which is located one
> when paikliiK foi a trip Want to get good mark for CARRY AND USE mile west of Sopchoppy. It will
Ciwinctli end other peiNomilgrnomlliK school projei? continue each evening at 7i45
A
lunduilH. are I Ihe blppMl (' "I think I should Ret an A," GOOD ANCHOR through June 18, with the Union
hewn In mlnliitniF III'I'IIHOI. one young mother mentioned relently Although; a concrete Mm'k or pail Meeting starting Saturday morn-
I I'M IOL.II: 'ul bi>i'IIUHB full size xpiny Her project:: helping a filled wilh anent are" a mron o s ing through June the 20th. Fish
pioiluilM bike up Clultl| II bit of Hon with a 6th grade; projei In holding a hoot, they urn awkward dinner will be served Saturdayand
riMnn Indian lore. unII"'Hid..nlllul"'litut.s" for a ROW
regular dinner The
Sunday.
For a real) lime and molllnIIlIYl'r u..h..
and hOlllle.hohl .
Storybook*
rayons public is cordially Invited to attend -
Peanutsare If proiirrly 1IC.1"'I'd end
try Ililnklim iiheu.l about Item all went Into the etfoil used, unonihnr .
any or I the lOHnictliM wed pptxonul dun Im hush a lonvrnitmrunit
In a plnth, she nay, 'you
Blooming "pioiliutM, you line i'an make almost anything with i vital (pine of oufily iquipmi -
ourbusiness daily.I 1'lii'n Hhop fnt them In iayonn and paper bag or plain 'nt You ran use it to wi'urn your Mis. Sarah Hardy, her son and
ftnnill KlzpH Theme you will be brown raft paper. A headdreiw limit ovrrmitht or lo ride out hiavy family of Gainesville, Florida
niiwt likely to ft nil: of feathem van be rust out and was during a Htorin You run alsoilrop spending several days at Wa- '
the author
Make up foil mlu lion toloied Wigwam ran be made while fishing or kulla Beach. While vacation-

II ilr eprayL'ulogneor with paper and stlr'ks. A round swimming The\I i size in ami own" type wulrrI of"anchor yoncharso ing, they are visiting relativesand .
; pel fume tontalner of size tan be friends in Sopchoppy.
any ill' .. haw
Month | TIIH on large your
too. wimli turned Into a tribal drum, properly limit In mil w rl of Imtloin willgenerally
-- SluivInK+ learn (for I ladleaMod de"DI'a ted. you Mrs. Carrie Ashmore was admitted -
.. ..... men) ( anchor isi-ra'ky, miuliiyor / I to the
c. llalli Some Hihoolft assign; a great; surlily, The I t:vinni le Ni'wn S'rv. Tallahassee Memorial -
oiliNodoiant
I many piojeitu Others may ask IIP i Hii KfHlH; that you ask your "Imal Hospital recently for ob-
1s1 Hpeilal work from a child only marine dialer for aiHtaine when I servation. Hope she can return
r If you want to 10:0: ,down us the once II.year But at Rome. point you pun hasp! an am'hur, 5 I to her home soon.
roil I niKinl/er (or even If ""
you
a e.r any aoni-goei; may ue asses I he miiHhrumn. am nor, m i'ulli'd
Joel! want to nave blond piex to make male model IHI' Members of the
a of a scene, mine it "loots like an inverter Sopchoppy
nine. ) try krepliiK a npeiliil'Iriml or bullil a Kpec'lal exhibit, or re imishriMiin, IH popular' with Ulan y Church of Christ regret the loss
iiPiwuil inlleillon alwiily search a period of history and Mtiull craft owner Many Hafrtv expirn of their minister's daughter and
pin' keil. Von might; illustrate It In Home way. also t"m'onunrnd the new li lil: son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
try the Name system If one of A number of play mateilaUaie weight ilrHiKim, like the Danforlh Dennard of Tallahassee
you i jolm In ,pinking for it him who
The 'hor "flukm
handy In these HltnatlonsChlldien uni
or dig
Wo had a talk with a young man the other day band who (tiavelH a lot email 'H Inexpensive non. into the iHitlnm and have trenirnilniiH ironc.it were killed in an automobile

about money. He said "You wouldn't want KI/IH of hlH aerosol pioilnitnHonlil flitlon books offer pictures that holiling power in ""I'III'lIrti..n)' to their accident at Bristol, Florida on
my give:! him a leinlytOROi nerve HH a useful referent for wright Sunday evening, May 29. Mrs.
account it would lust be peanuts."" .ol In.I Inn or grooming inoiliuts\ school pi' o j e r t *," remindsItoiothy Adripiale, am.hor line IH ripiullyiniiiirlaol ( Dennardwas the former Ida Jean
iiinl maybe Have both of yon time HaaH, an editor with | Under normal. wiuthiri McCollough.
We were quick to point out how we do feel :mill hinper daring the lust min. Whitman Publishing Company of "minion, the line should equal| six
about itsSome nle i'null. Undue. Wlmonsln There are limes he depth' of r the water If Happy Birthday Kathryn Ma-
I Menially, all of the mlnlii books about rockets about stare you're anchoring in. rrlulivily] hhul then, Curtis Carroll, Crandall
of line HpniyH are equally adapt about airports, about IIloneel'lI.Itbollt low uy four fiel i>f water, you Roberts, Rody Strickland and
our accounts start with a dollar or ;: lIi.n have l :::
nhle
lo piepaiklnK In your trees, about prehlstoili 21 lest of line, Ihi Jessie P. Griffin
two. Some run to very large figures. Some of the IIIIIHP Naturally, you wouliln monsters, and mote A trip to the smart lioatniun tarries un xlra xup.
niiil all of I these pioihn t tYI.ellr"I' coaster of the nearest variety ply| !to handle the nnretcslrd| mtuutinn Our deepest sympathy is extended
big ones started small and whether the .
very I lie 1"rHI' I Jut those that you store .can be a Rhoit-iut for a to the families of Mr.
smell not real chanceto might: need, HIP a great! aid In I parent. who The I lies ant lior and line will lie
ones grow or they give us a must help ptrovldeIdeas wIII'lhl' ,. if Macon Rudd, Mr. Dock Sim-
ilon
kKpiiiK >oni 10:1'0011I111I"I': to "" you t know how tu
and low '
be of service to people who need us. pal when you'i'e on thi' run ((31ffht A patent noon atiimulate i'ore fully, expei' lully if your loot recently passed away. In the
We like "'"peanuts. Bring them in. any timel! HhoeboxeH( to many popHlile objects nlliks from will lie monad for nevcrjl hours or midst of your grief, may you not
that
I overnight, Approaih" the HI' >| into forget that life still holds much
Il -- may be ailed for the wind or iirrent. .hi"'ll'vpr' iN that Is beautiful and many who
First I book
get
a ; agrees a
.
.. Hlrongi; lswrr-durst throw the are dear to If of
[ you. sympathy
piojeitwlse
;: father "My Hon hor
into
am the wuli'r. I lave the line
friends and relatives
reads It with me. We cover the neatly coiled MI it will unravel without will help to
dining; table with oilcloth I net snug After the aim hor luau IIK' sustain you there iswealth of it
r,4 out what he needs, and he |goes '|, Ire" I the IHIU drift hark, playing nM in the hearts of all of us.INDIANAFFAIRSSen.
to woik The hardest part Is not out the rouses line. 'Ihm' realeii a
joining In. but just being; an horizo"lall'llllon the am hur and de. Mike
ml:1 Yet am I with you in the adviser" livers ,the most holding. power If MonroneyfD( .Okla.) said,"The
[! Some people get BO fascinated the an hor don not <'utih' the first
__ t IIpirit...beholding your order. by a <'1mm'e to set up the landing lime, try it again. 100 Senators and the 435 memo
-Col.2:5)( ) of Columbus or show the life of When you rrtnive the an hor bers of the House of Representative -
FLORIDA'S OLDEST;; BANK Cod blesses us with order, the Pilgrim that the whole move dun: 'lly over !it and I Indlstraight and their assistants
INSURANCE and have family may help. Many parents i up. If it ,| MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT CORP. we plenty of time. even miss theli homewoik after you, might have Milling number
(
We live in eternity It is the the i Hill-en ,giaduate lone of your I otI711l motor InSUBSCRIBE required to run the Bureau of
.I S right use of this particular 'lllos's il. Indian Affairs" He added that

moment in which we are living "the cost of operating the entire
that is Important. If we fill this AVIATION GROWS Congress, $89 million-

'i t: .. ,'\ ( -- moment with constructive, pos. The aviation industry in Flor members' and staff assistants'
iiii itive thought word salaries and other associated
.t w'I or action, ida by 1949 had grown to the
we need not be concerned with extent that payrolls and spend. TOTHE expenses, exclusive of building
the next day month or year. ing with the state was exceeded costs-total less than the cost

Let's live in the now. onlY agriculture tv tourist income.spending and THENEWS of the Federal Fish and Wild.

I life Service $110 million."
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SWEET SU-EP \,' conditioning makes a ills difference in personal efficiency and
Quacks Extort Millions With
hen, ''Ih, You have" it' in your office Don t you need it-even more-in your home? What Phony

doHot sleepless night' cost' thu next day on the |job? An electric: air conditioner

fra',,' t tr r',, ', your homo into an island of cool comfort Today, even modest new homes

fee'",. t.I.' .L'TIC heat pumps for central coohng and heating But there are many elec-

',teal ways to air condition older home ;- or just one room Many dealers and contractors Cure-alls and Gadgets! Says AMA

offer budget' > mpnts, too See yours now. Sleep well! ,.. -



,; RHSGTIME1NYOURHOM& -/ quacks Today promising there are quick thousands cures for of

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IimI every disease known. They extort
millions of dollars annually

with/ t'e4lelectrlc sir-conditioning I __ .... ..... ._ .._ from their gullible patients.Yet .
the quack's promises
cure-alls and gadgets are
phony as a fixed gambling

I BBSS or r.. a J."con L Ula man's"inleame schemes, M.D.,.

I II H'!: z ecutive American vice Medical president of

lealthy people usually laugh
,,,\\ b" or ignore the quack," he

Il.r" ii11 I ,, .1 "but sick people may grasp
t h 'sou anything that offers a quick
,anttt i
; Oggt r Indeed, almost anyone can

he.un9Se. fooled unless he knows ... <'
Y .. .
rf quacks operate ,, "" !.i1'h! ,; I l'; Machines can be a blessing "

II a curse to medicine. In the wen sse.nJ I. I.sdr "..... -.way" wish ibis II'VMe was ..,,...11 I. twi t.wr by
I of a skilled physician, iii..", ., _, .H1kk.a .. Serb ovary, "I.,.c Ii''..', .rwardis.f ..S.... ash
machines are useful in .11".11,.Iw.IIoI, .,,, ws .spwL Ie r.w',lL"1111I.. NId rw q i. SJOO.i. .

p y A v '. ey at a diagnosis or
t method of treatment
But some machines
threat to your health. Any
who passes off his device or
get or "system" as a -
cashing mon your limited : -rt +
edge of lK'ience. I c;
Doctors medicine are
I I for years in reputable schools Mrj T.
air F h T I, hospitals. They are licensed

:4: after they meet high
I standards. The legitimate
II 0r docs not limit himself to a the't
'sr
or instrument or to any
I i "system" lie does not

Y.'r himself to manipulations 'J

adjustments ....
1 Si Not so with the quacks. rub b __...V baler wa i.J ....1,.._..,.Wc' saW.t.drbspr.rwn Iw .. .wk..
The quack pretends to III", wt.r... .w dep/psrr Wt Mcfc. ml MM .. fork Iw dip ,;.. ,." ..,.'
i cal skill lie invents a .".. .... evil .... v/6niett Hit. ttl*.Ht, Me Wy rtwf lit. O.,k. wmt t.y.bl..v
r W ; device or scheme to defraud rf r... ft. I.vle. ".v.1I N *. >Mwrk. ws rk. mtltt*,. tl rt. .kk. ,.1.rd ntrtt
!k public I He advertises that he kg ...._. trrItn4 H mil lilt mmk*.

.J> 00k the one and only "cure" He him in the term ended he was reportedto and a very poor chance to recover

,< even purchase a phony of the I be working again. The spot of blood, the university
diploma All the quack law At the Some quacks are also licensed reports, was taken from
someone to believe him, founder to practice a'"healing art," Some one of its staff physicians !in the
some sick people are told an cultist groups lobby powerfully best of healthFantastic',
impressed. : taking for license recognition in various Not at all. Each
One alleged "doctor" -Chrome states. Well.meaning citizens year thousands are fooled by
k w' he received four degrees diabetic often help to pass laws permitting quacks using phony machines.
"drug leu practitioners soon after limited practice, but this "The American Medical
he said he had attended for and died. does not protect the public, Association" explained Dr.
year. lie claimed to be a epileptic, A woman chiropractor in Los Blasingame, "does not bring
of chiropractic, : device Angeles was given a chance to charges against these quacks,nor
herbal matcria rnedica and
( on demonstrate her alleged ability prosecute them Such action is
>, tro-therapeutics, an epi- during teats made at the Uni- the responsibility of law enforce-
'Sfe C, Another "practitioner, versity of Chicago. According to ment agencies."
came here from India adverti levied the university's official report You can best protect your
that he has at least 15 and its she claimed she could diagnose health, he advised, by avoiding
i including an "honorary M. a prison illness from a drop of blood of a devices like the ones pictured
ll LtC )lYliJtt He started the Spectro- of his age person who wasn't there She hen and even more important
Institute about 1920 and ( ) put on five "diagnosed" that the person had by relying on the advice of your
:. flourishing business until ,when cancer, abnormal blood pressure family doctor.Tail .
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