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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOLUME 67 Nnep-R 3' rRAWrORDVILLE: FLORIDA ,32327 THURSDAY 6EPTWW 16. 198J I PRICE 10 CENTS PER CQPYj

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trFIGHTING- r i iY

I SEMINOLES

VORfl FOR OPENER

Tallahassee Florida State's
iA
football team, with three weeksof

hot, tough work behind, will
bear down"on game plans for

the Sept. 25 opener with TCU
during the next two weeks.
Coach Bill Peterson still has

doubts about the squad's progress

so far, doubts which won't

find an answer until FSU takes ,
the field against the Homed A' % bgtrr a ''iA

Frogs. Tr
"We got an extra week of

practice because we open a A, x1 .4' :
week later than most teams, "
VERNON MARTIN he "This looked
BETTY GREEN says. good to
President Treasurer us at first because we have so
many young players with so
much to learn. x :
SIXTH 5
GRADE
"Right now, however, I'm
ELECTS OFFICERSThe not sure we are as far along as klr
we should be. Some things !

Sixth Crade elected their I look good, some things look

class officers for the first six I bad. Maybe it's because our t G
weeks period. players haven't gotten the smellof *VI S
They are President rt5 .r.+ T" t'
Vernon Marti Vice a ball game yet. $. s S + ,. 'S h4 r
President Eddie The Seminoles looked raggedin
"41w Whaley!Treasurer _
Betty Green and Secre- workouts last week, even -
tary, Marsha Burnette. though Wednesday's practicewas :
There are 22 boys and 14 girls called the "best yet" by : :
in our room. Peterson.

There are three girls and five But depth is still the big problem -
_
boys in and recent have __
a our class who haven't Injuries
been in our school before. We done nothing to relieve the sit-
I
welcome The girls are Cheryl uation.
Lynn Center, Carolyn Cris- Bob Man g an, scheduled to
EDDIE HALEY rail and Patricia McKenzie. start at one offensive tackle,

Vice' President The boy are Steven Allbaugh, and Larry Williamson, a val-
Harrell Mash, Dale McNeil uable reserve at offensive

Clifford Smith, and John Smith: guard, both missed all of last
The birthday in September week. Both should be ready to wft

are Stan Tucker, Greg Keight- resume full activity tomorrow,
ley, and Mn. Gertrude Cowdy, however, as should Bill Cox,
the 6th grade teacher. promising sophomore flankerback ROCK-LANDING DURING HIGH TIDES BROUGHT ON BY HURRICANE "BETSY1. COMMUNITY RESIDENTS HAD ONLY THE
Greg Kelghtleyls chairman of who has been sidelined GUIDE LINE OF LIGHT POST DURING THE STORM. I
the News Committee. with a shoulder la jury.

Donovan Jones, junior flankerback ""
i
,
REUNION PLANS
from Lakeland, was look- I

ADVICE FOR HIGH Ing very much like a football FOR WIll IAMSES .; 4 "',. ,of..
player before he broke his I
SCHOOL SENIORS thumb. Jones ha* missed no Graceville (Special) florida ;,". .i\ I,

Tallahassee Now is the time'for workouts, but is catching the '. "friendliest family" the I i iWllliamses I ; ;' ; ': 't I
ball with a cast on his hand. will gather for the r- ,11I
high school seniors to takea
e. look ahead at their higher But by far the most distressing 62nd time at the age-old Gal- :

education or career plans Injury is the broken hand of lilee Tabernacle near here on ; ..<,. : -

Miss Ruth Harris, family, says life Wayne McDuffie, junior center Saturday, October 2. ..,. ,,
whose adaptation to that position Meeting for the first time ina of! s '
specialist, Florida Agricultural I newly constructed building 0' fi <
Extension Service. after being moved from ; ;
I end had been of the that will be completed this I ; r' t
one encouraging -
MARSH BURNETTE Parents and school counselors I tiaq( t UtliJI
aspects of workouts month, General Chairman :
.
Secretary should student
0" help completethelrplansfor this fall. McDuffle's hand will Charles Adams said over 2,500 ,rtt.

college, business I be ins cast for about six weeks. members and friends of the clan 'r
school or other advanced
FARM ,
BUREAU WEEK pre-
Sophomore Bob Urich a 195- are expected.The .
paration to earn a living.Iflt'.coDegethey're .
SET FOR SEPT. 19-25 pounder from Peterson home- yearly homecoming brings

for students should planning submit town of Toronto, 0. has been thousands of the family back to tt. .

F lor Ida'. 33,171 famlllej, their, applications by Novem- moved up, but he is void of the heartland exchange news, ..
which comprise the membership varsity experience."We reminisce, and consume the delicacies '
ber or December of this
of the Florida Farm Bureau Fed- year. haven't come up with a brought in awesome "
Students who
eration, are all let to celebrate for scholarship should plan to apply this solution to this one yet, Peterson quantity for the old time "din- keep
annual "Farm Bureau Week" says. "Urich has looked ner on the ground".
deadline In mind
September 1925. early too. good this fall, but we don't The Wllliamses who gather
have Feb-
The period hat been official- Many 1 scholarships a know what he'll do under pres- here are descendents of North I
deadline for
proclaimed by Governor ruary application. sure. We'll look at him, then Carolina Andrew Elton William
This that the
mean
Haydon Burns. maybe we'll have to shift who settled nearby in
During "Farm Bureau Week" young person must already be someone in there to play behind 1822, and reared 23 children.Of -
admitted to the college or university '
John these, 12 were sons. .t 1'J
member of the big statewide and then file the appli- Stephen. :
organization will invite their cation The center position is just one Judge AltoAdams of Fort

neighbors to j join their group, Miss Harris by February.advises \ several which have problemswith Pierce, principal speaker this rr
which li called "the Voice of wool inexperience."We year, is a member of the Williams -
Agriculture" in Florida. ple to begin talking to have a whole group of clan. He will follow the

The Farm Bureau Federation counselors and writing to the kids some who will start, tradition laid down in the past

hat active county unit in 64 colleges or business schools I some who will be first line reserves by Uncle Joe Williams who said
of the Florida countlei. Manyof which they are Interested now. who have never been the topic should be about the .

the county organization have tested under fire, Peterson Williams family, one writer putit

their own buildings and lerve lay*. "We don't know how "flowery, Cod-fearing and
at the focal point for farm act BIRTHDAY PARTY AT they'll react, and there no Wllliamsy".
ivities In the area. THE HENRY SMITHS' way we can tell until we get Wllliamses will start pouring
The statewide coordinated them In a ball game. into the GaLUlee churchyard
membership drive under the A birthday party was held at starting around 9130 A. M: and

direction of Lewis Have a r d, the Mr. and Mrs. Henry thereunionwillget underway at v
Gainesville, Director Organ- Smith Sunday, September 11,00 o'clock. Si. ep f

ization for the FFBF. 12, celebrating the birthdays of HOMECOMING FET FOR
Henry Smith, Ada Pearl Solo-
From his office in Farm Bu-
reau's largest building in mon, and Tim Smith, son of I THIS SUNDAY AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Gainesville, Mr. Haveard laid Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith. C'VILLE METHODIST .
SUCCESSFULThe
"During the period, September The following guests were presents r y.n
19-25, volunteer FFBF leaden Mr. and Mrs Henry Plan are being completedfor '
will call on practically every Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil the celebration of Craw- School of Music recently ---S.
farmer and rancher who U not Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. Wooten fordville Methodist Church's held In the Crawfordville Baptist k
Smith, Selena and Tim Mr. Church was the highlight in 6atI
currently member and isk him Homecoming this Sunday, a
and Mrs Ott Carraway and the year's activities in the Music -
to Join. Last year during "Farm September 19.
Bureau Week" 1500 new member children, Cecil Ott and Sheila, Guest speaker at the HiOOA 0 Department.The .
were signed! making the Mrs. ,Elizabeth Morrison, Mr. M. service will be Dr. Edwin school wa under the capable -

event huge tuccess. I'm sure and Mrs Clarence Morrison Hartz, Professor of Religion at direction of Mr. James ,./ I tr S-
and daughters, Sarabeth and Gouge who i* a very dedicatedMinister _
the project this year will be e- Florida State University. :
Mina and Mary Clover of Cnw- of Music of the Woodstock
Yen more spectacular. Following the morning service
The Farm Bureau speak for fordviUe, Mr. and Mrs. Earl the traditional "Dinner on the Park Baptist Church In PILING INSPECTED Shown inspecting the piling for new 500-ft. Panacea community dock located -
farmer in both the capitals in Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crounds"will be served at 1130 Jacksonville. Having eight at the end of Walker Street are (left to right) Earl Vause, chairman of the Dock Construction
Tallahassee and Washington. Crum and children, Jeff, Don- P.M. choirs under his leadership enables Committee of the Panacea Chamber of Commerce and Wlllard Carter, chairman of the Wakullt
him to understand all the Commission which is cooperating with the civic organization in the
maintains an active office in nle and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs the afternoon singing County building new facility
Edwin Roberts and children During problems that face a music director Construction of the new wharf i* planned to start this week
Tallahassee !
during legislative
of the
will be the feature pro .
choir
of
and members
session and an around the clock, Linda Tommy, Dottle and Choirs will include the a 11
Cherie and gram. a* they work to prepare themselves -
Carolyn Carraway
year around staff in Washington. SPRAYING TIP
adult choir, young people'schoir
Tallahassee Mn. to more effectively glori- JUNIOR 4-H NEWS BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
Representatives of both state Faye Car of the church, and the
and Farm Bureaus raway and children, George fy God in music. Aerosol products are becoming
county are Choir of the First Baptist
Baptist
called to the capitols frequently David, Susan and Brad of Sop- Crawfordville has A group choir member The Junior 4-H Club met on and Mrs. Fonso Harrell more and more popular and
Church
to voice farm choppy. the from the Methodist Church join- September 9, 1965. We elect- (Joan Langston), Sopckoppy, starch Is one of the moet convenient
opinion on legis been invited to take part in
lation. ed the Baptist Choir for a week ed officers. They ares Presi- announce the birth of their first spray-on products. The Fault-

E. H. Flnlayton, Creenviy, singing The Crawfordvllle progra m. Methodist of study together in "Song Lead dent, Kathy Harvey Vice President child, Dellnda Persian, born lea Starch Company offers these
president of the Florida-Farm ing", which was very helpfulfor Teresa Crawford; Sec- September 8 at lips for best spraying results:
Church is this celebrating
Bureau and a member of the Colorful Vegetables its 99th Anniversary year and are choir members as well a* "etary- TNalurer, Lorinda Naz- She weighed 8 ChattahOOChe.'j Shake the can well before and
for leaden. worth Marilyn Naz- ounce at birth.Grandparents. during use Be sure the arrow on
American Farm Bureau's board '' for their Reporter,
a' making plans
Polka Dot Potatoes create already
of director laid "Our 1966. The Juniors met In the afternoon worth) Recreation Leader, Deb- the spray button points to the red,
ration is organi pretty fall vegetable di h, Simply Centennial Celebration in and studied "Hymn Ma- bie Harper; and Council Delegate I Barney Harrell, dot on the can. Hold the can 6 to
Policies truly a grass root! dice 2 medium potatoes end _4 All member, former mem- ken". This proved to be very Laura Smith. and Mrs. Jack Langston, Smith 10 inches from the item being
the group.bottom are built from Urge carrots. Boil together until ben, and friend of the church Interesting and one of the best Mn. Knight continue as leader Creek. Greatgraadparenu we sprayed and tilt it only slightly
from
down. Our up not believes the tender, about 10 or 13 minutes. who live In the area are urgedto study courses the church has with Mn. Ann Harper as as- Mr. and Mn. Hardy A. Crum, never snore than 43*, PICK the
top in organization democratic Drain, Place '4 cup ReaLemon come and enjoy the services, ever had for that age. sistant. We will meet the first Sopchoppy, and Mr. and Mn. button firmly to obtain a fine
maintaining our bottled lemon juke, 2 tablespoons fellowship, aDd good food this Around twenty-five swards Thursday of each month. Ernest D. Pierce, Smith Creek. even spray.Cypress .
process. I call upon all butter and 1 tablespoon brown sugar Sunday, September 19th, startIng were earned by adults and juniors This club 1* for 5th and 6th I
thinking farmers to Join us and at .
in small saucepan. Heat just with Sunday School combined. ;
have voice in making America until sugar dmolvef. Stir sauce' 10100 A.M. and continuing grade girls and boy*. More than 100 different kinds Garden JTU, k a s
a better place to live and into vegetable and serve through the afternoon. I of fertilizer are used yearly more than 50 miles of under-
work. at Florida's Cypress Gardens round irrigation lines wlthft
its.. KM acres ,



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i /WAKULLA couHTVi ,

SEPTEMBER IS, 1963 WANTEDi Ironing in my home.
THURSDAY Esso Station North of Craw lordvillc. Conduct Cooking
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Call WA 6094..
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COUNTY WAKULLA NEWS In Second the Circuit Judicial Court Circuit of the of $V9.1 1 HOME FIRE SAFETY QUIZUnder

Florida, In and For Wakulla by LOUISE ALLEN

T.l.pKnn, WAlnut 1-1301 County. In Chancery.No. ( each question circle the answer or answers you think are
1351.
correct answers In the box below..) !
check with the
r correct, then
Janie Fitzgerald, a widow,
Plaintiff, Q N//A

Viritlnla' Kfl htl., Editor vs. r the I largest number of Area In 6. If you burn troth outdoors, how should. it bt
Joe M. Milan and Juanita Mi- .1. What causes done? .

Fred KelRhtley ftnbllnherEntertd lam, his wife, Jcrrcll Metcalf homes? (10) Pel. l II on Hi. ground and (Cc) U.. a cov.rtd wit. or
and Evelyn Metcalf, his wife,i I IFORECLOSUREOFMORTC (ol) Burning rubbnh outdoor (d) Car.lessmokinq l light II meal _'aln.r
'
Defendants. Id>)> Bunting andlM. (Cd) doe to Ht. Come
at Crawfordvllle. Florida (Ib) D.fethe.l.! IusIwireg (Ib) Wall far windy day May
GE I while troth b burning
us second elan matter. Subm-rlp
NOTICE TO APPEAR

Won rein.$3,00 per year.... The State of Florida Tot 2. How many hornet are damaged each day by 7. If your clothing should catch fire, what should

Joe M. Milam and Juanita Now that the kids fire, In the United States? you do?
back
Milam Road Thomasville, his wife, County Line in school and In a are learning (10) 7 S (sal) 1,000 (10) Run for help (Ic) Roll on h. floor. or ground,
Georgia. mood, it's the time to take Susie (Ib) 32i (Cd) 1.120 (Ib j look for waror to Throw" on In.a eoof blank or rug,
HENRY WILLIAMS REALTY You are hereby notified that a and Janie by the hand and lea yourxlf K poiublo
suit to foreclose a mortgage has them into that great II""\,111rec (Id) Try lo blow out Ht' fV.
REG. REAL ESTATE BROKERST. been brought against you by re/rion--th. kit'
MARKS, FLA. Janie Fitzgerald, a widow, in At the ap-" .root 3. Where do most fires start In the home?
the Circuit Court of Wakulla girls are read: tint for light If were to look
Phone 741 cooking lessons. (10)) In Hit kitchenb leI( ) dots 8. What would you use you
orPANACEA hcrcblire Count'. Florida. ,d and to file you your are Here are some pointers forgetting ( ) fcirh* Iking room (d I In tho ba..n' for something In a dark closet or attic?

BRIDGE written ',,[cnses, if any, with them off to the right (10) notch (Ic) ADathllghld
Phone YU 4-2102: the of the Circuit Courtof start. o e ( ) Acandl.? (Id) A clgaraM. Nghtar

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES iai unty and to serve a CLEAN HANDS: This ruleis 4. What should you do to be ready if fire should

Associate copy r'' same on A. L. Porter, especially important for finger strike your home? home
cords In
Sr. Crawiordvillc Florida 9. When you check extension your
W. M. Hatcher. attorney painters and animal lovers.
Phone WA 6.3IZO1If for the plaintiff, on'OT before TIMING: The biggest trick I (lot) K.tp pads, of wo'.r handy (Icl) .. ready to tarry out for fire hazards, what do you look for?

the 11th day of Octol-. :. to cooking is knowing just how (Ib I Havt on .ttof. plop' and (umilurtrahcont ;.ei) vh.ihw fit color nwrchw' (ej) Whtttw lh.y run ""d"paehd
Hov already
A.D.1965. Herein fail nor or i long each course takes to pre- o'ltn Rill( ) a uircoi' if** woodwork rug

a decree pro confcsso will be pare-and which utensils five (Ib) Prayed, broVm" kiwlotion (Idl) Whether the plug w brown
-.----. .. entered against you. even,sure heat to guarantee all or whit.
foods will be done
at once.
WITNESS the Honorable W.
You Nee TIDY UP: Get the girls in
May Walker, one of the judges the habit of washing utensils 5. In making your escape plan, why should you
e Offlce-Suppli+ of said court and the : thereof as they finish with them. Pointers know two ways out of every room? 'J. When you check ashtrays in your home for fir. ,

I Husinefcs Machine! at Crawfordvill ikulla on "black magic" non-stick .;'v'afafy, what do you look for?
Office Furniture County, Florida, th, )rd day Teflon will be a training short. (10) So I can sa dif .r.nl porn (Ie) To kt.p popl guMwig .
of September, A. D iJi5. cut here. of the tout when I proe- how I will com. out (a'Whtrhcr I lore are plnty (Ic) Wh.rh.ro"htroylor* org.tk.
See or Tall hi plan (Id) To ",ok. hom Are drills,; of Ihtin in plans where and d..p enough
(SEAL) Varied sizes and styles in (lb>)> hi COM flr. or irnok blanks more fun plOp I. ak. (Id I Whether they ore round orb
RANEY WHALEYat /Moody Pearce utensils, such divided on. .Kap roul ( ) Whlfir lhy ore clean square
Clerk Circuit Court, Wakulla as a panor
detachable handles on new
County, FloridaA. I
Club Aluminum cookware, also
CAPITAL OFFICE L. PorterCrawfordvllle simplify kitchen work for
EQUIPMENT CO. Florida young hands. And bright colors
31f South Adams St. Attorney for Plaintiff of pots and pans will add to the
I Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE 4t99,16,23,30.In fun of learning to cook. Answers

FLORIDA
.1 WISH I'D SAID t, All of lt... coute Are, but carelm imokmg U retponnble for more 6. A covered wire or melol' troth burner thould always b. vied to (Ie)
flret than any of "to* others" to (Ic) it correct h correct. Even with his. its safest not to burn on a windy day. And
playing sloe to the flame can cause dangerous burnt or ant clothing
THATSomeone 2. Tne correct an.." It (Id>)>, which meant that Or. ttrikei an American on flro.I .
the Circuit Court of the I home more than one. a minute every hour of me day and night, on
I.FN SEPTIC. TANK I Second Judicial Circuit of the' overage' Thtto ore flllu,.. canN' by me National Fire Pro 7. N....run with clothes on lIe It will '-eo.. the bummg. At it toys
SERVICIY Florida, In and For Wakulla tKlion Aiiociolioii correctly In Ie( ), you should drop to the floor or ground and roll to I
imoth.r the flam... Wrapping up In a coat, blanket or rug help if
Clean Ott; County. In Chancery.No. 3. Every spot In (the haute it a potential starting point for fire if fire any of hose it available.S. I
hoiurdi ore not looked for ond corrctd. But (he kitchen, and living I
Repair BETTY LEE MAPES suggests that economy room are the plant where more than half of oil home fins start to (Ic) it Ih* comet answer Bringing any kind of Came kilo a closet or
,
New Installation Plaintiff, is just a way of spending (a) ond (Ib>)> ore equally caret owe b a very easy way to .tort o fir. I

I The Best For Less vs. money without getting any fun 4. The flrit and moil Important rule in COM of lire 1110 gl out ol the 9. You ore correct if you marked both (blond) (c). Using frayed u.
-'- FRED MAPES, JR. out of it. Could be. N. D. Wil- home 01 quickly at you con,without flopping for Clothes or valuabltt teniion cads or running cord under rug.are the coon of many fir...
Defendant. cox, The Elysian (Minn.) ond without trying to put out the fire You can gel out safely only if
\ Telephone Enterprise.We you have planned two ways out of every room, particularly your 10. You are correct her If you marked both (10) and (leI.) Whether dirt-
Tallahassee 877-1773 NOTICE TO APPEAR bedroom, and have rhorwd your plan (Ib) it correct. Nays are clean, or round or square dom'l affect their safety at far
after 0:00: p.m. would like to have a day 01 Ore b concmd. Th.y should b* big enough and d..p enough to
The State of Florida Toi off some time, but we are 3. Two ways out may make home Are diIIl..OI.fun, but the real reason hold their contents, ond there thould be plenty of them around to
Fred Mapes, Oneonta, Alabama afraid we would have too much onw.h that fire or tmofce mighsblack one route to lof.ly. (Ib lIs the correct vnokeri. won't be templed to vie something umafe like a watloboiket. -

Dees Barber ShopFOUR trouble putting it back. John

You are hereby notified that Maverick, Cherryvale (Kans.)
a suit for divorce has been Republican.

POINTS brought against you by Betty "Courage wears its whitest
Lee Mapes, in the Circuit Court linen in walking the gauntlet
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 of W a k u lla l County, Florida, between the knaves of discour. TICKING TAPE A CURLThe soar' if I r'I
I
and you are hereby required to

OPEN TIL file with the Clerk of the Cir- Old-faihionrd tirkino; stripes rii-wrst wrinkle in hair care I
8OOP.M. FRIDAYS cuit Court of said county your GIVE CHILDREN A BRAKE 1 make a delightful l"a<'k miind. for i i. to mr tape tn sit ranged hangs,
written defenses, if any, in a fjirl'i room, the Unilrd Wallpaper keep stray ends flat at the neckline
said suit and to serve a copy of Company of Chirac advurt and to put the prdfruinnal touch
GRDY WIIITFIELDHlROhD same on A. L. Porter, Craw- Ticking' is featured in many of trip l hark into a >P|. Princess Hair Carr R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME

BUES-GRADY HtTHER fordville, Florida, attorney for new wallpaper dc-mn, im liiclini? Tape by LrPave sticks even when Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director
the plaintiff, on or before the prr-pa DEE COOK, Owner 18th day of October, A.D. easy to install, and papers with ali In use and eliminates the nerd for
IE CUE Sail GREEN STAMPSCLARE' II 1965. Herein fail not or a decree -' .tiri/rd finish for caw nf main- hobby pins Phone 697-3366
pro confesso will be enter- OPPORTUNITY :"
eJ against you.WITNESS For a future with a well known CARRABELLE, FLA.
the Honorable W. Midwest Manufacturing Firm "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"
May Walker, one of the judgesof W. an now offering exclusive NOTICESPECIALS <<
said court and the seal thereof distributorship for a patented
I SERVING'
WAKULLA COUNTY
Crawfordvllie Wakulla product. No
at
competition.
FRI, SAT, MON. AND TUES
County, Florida, this 13th day Factory trained personnel will

[J@ SOOp of September, A. D. 1965. assist you In setting up a tried I
and
/sMoody PearceClerkCircuitCourt I proven advertising and merchandising .
program. 100 cstnlel ,
Wakulla I
mark up. Investment
Kuatan-
EARLY AMERICAN County, FloridaA. teed. Minimum lnvcjtm..n'
TRENCH. PROVINCIAL L. Porter, $1,000. Maximum $14,000All 1D5Lb. I I
Crawfordvlllc, Florida
VICTORIAN replies confidential. Fo:
FURNITUREPhone Attorney for Plaintiff. Information write Director o> .
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lOll S. Mamas ph. 223-0274 SHOP HERE kitchen? you spent
Supplies tastes so dreamy good! Pie 'la the answer Looks and
Garden Tools SCHOOL SUPPLIESAND Just open a can of frozen-And what could be more convenient?
concentrate of
I with vanilla ice lemonade and combin. it
So. Adan at S.A.L.R.R. a rosy tint. To insure cream. Add a few drops of red food coloring for
-- Bakor-Alford Co. CroMiaf FALL GARDEN SEEDS buy a package of pie tender crust,flaky pie cruet worthy of this filling,
Phone 223-0173 It's easy and dependable, tool mix. Toat add water, mix and roil.
----I TJU Part How" Pink Lemonade
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; or tractor. Ala lor your powtr candied lemon peel dollops of whipped cream or
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Hoel Ind.; Inc. Capital Stone Co. One.half 1000L pkr. FiUinll
BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS 2
S. Adams St. at 4-Polnts (CI cup) Flako: PU pift vanilla lee cream,
Sine 1908 Crust
Mix
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MARBLE'GRANITE water for lemonade,
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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1985 JAYCEES
SAFETY-MINDED I WARNING TO HOUSEWIVES I THE CAR'S ON FIRE! : MISS UNIVERSE VISITS 'J'} ern.

are At filled a time with when children our streets Turner Named USING HOME DRYERS WHAT SHOULD YOU DOT WEEK I WACHEE &!t

Flor !a'. population faint back to school we going Tallahassee (Special) State A sudden fire in a moving automobile ApasraHongsakula, Miss Uni- "
more ). an 200.000 each year. need for that must little romemberthc Treasurer and State Fire Marshal can create a panic. verse of 1965, visited Florida'sWfekiWachee t:'
extra Broward Williams Issued a One moment everything is fines -
caution In our driving ha- As PresidentOf on September "
'I 4TEAi'CljERSS r bits. The Wakulla County warning to housewives today re- the next moment smoke and 9th, 10th, and 11th for her
cees In COOperation with Jay- girding the hazards of drying flames are pouring from under first official public appearancesince
RECEPTIONGIVEN Fort Lauderdale the certain articles containing rub- the hood or the Interior of the winning the title.
Jaycees
IN C'VILLEThe like to share with you the would following County JCBy ber in home dryers. He stated car, generally the upholstery. The 20-year-old Haven-haired\ k
"Letter from a Father" that many fires are being started "Good housekeeping Is essen- beauty won the coveted title
I Crawfordville Woman's which makes a dramatic not only In home dryers tial in a car as well as at July 24th at the Mife Universe
Club held the annual Teacher's for Just such caution plea The Associated Press but also In those of commercial home said Arthur M. Eisen- finals at Miami Beach. She

Reception Thursday night at Dear Driven Dr. Fred W Turner archl- laundry and thy cleaning plants bart, Jr. Regional manager; competed against beauties from
the Club House. Just the other tect of Florida's because of a particular property of the Allstate I Motor Club 57 countries around the world
Mrs. Virginia Keightley vice tle boy struck day, I saw d lit- course taught in Communist all slate of some types of rubber. "An auto fire should be pre- and her 5 foot, 4 Inch, 35-22-
president acting In the absence raced by a CJr ? h. .. high Fire Investigations and research ventable. Nevertheless if one 35 figure well qualified her for
of Mrs. Irma Welch across the street. I ala \ schools, has by the State Fire Mar- occurs it can be controlled. the title.
Father
president reported the eventa clutch him race toward him and I bee appoint. shal's laboratory have shown The main thing is to remain Instructed by the queen of
success. in his arms d' he I t d president that rubber in various forms, e- calm and extinguish the fire Thailand on how to act, walk,
Nadine Posey, second vice 5"u88led The look in of the agony ofdetth. .....' of the Leon ven when present in very small "However if the fire is in the and wear her hair before com-
president was In charge of the Father's face despair upon this C, Wakulla! Count amounts Is capable of startingto gas tank area in the trunk ol! ing to the pageant she returnedto
arrangements. time of reflected a life y Junior Col heat spontaneously when sub- the car for example let th her native Thailand to ap-
Refreshments were served the few seconds planning wiped out by a .- lege. jected to fairly high tempera fire department handle It. A pear before the queen on Aug-
guests throughout the evening. could of carelessness I The former tures. It Is known that the I in the case of any fire any ust 12th. Following the audIence -
Approximately 100 persons attended such a only offer a prayer that official in theStateEdu temperature of ordinary laundry where home or highway i with the queen she
the affair again.thing might never hap- drying equipment Ishigh enoughto fire department should always returned to Florida and Weekl
The Reception Is sponsored pen i c s lion Depart- Initiate this reaction under be called at the earliest possible Wachee for her first official e
by the Crawfordville Woman's Today my little boy, who is turner men t was favorable conditions moment by whatever means public appearance in the Sun-
Club and held at the beginning oyears old, started off to given the $17,500 a year job When operating properly, dryers are available. shine State.
school. His cocker spaniel, hazard of fire sc With the of fire thru 11th
of each school year. Tuesday in a unanimous vote present no appearance Forher September 9
Butch
watched him leave and by the State Cabinet long as the materials being dry- or evidence of fire, steer the visit at Week! Wachee, Miss
whined his belief in the folly State School Supt Thomas ed include common articles caroff the road and out of traffic Hongsakula accompanied -
of education. such sheets, pillowcases For fires turn off
Bailey, Turner's boss for as engine by an Interpreter and chap-
Tonight we talked about eight towels and a majority of cloth- the ignition at once. Obviously erone while the Mermaids host
CRAWFOROVILLEPERSONALS I school, we talked about baseball yean was presiding over the Ing. However many articlesdo get everyone out of the car. her lor the Underwater Mermaid
and a lot of things tremendously Cabinet meeting for the first contain varying quantities of In raising the hood, protect Show a Jungle Cruise a covered .
vital, yet unimportant. time in his 17 years on the rubber. Foam rubber is frequently face and hands from sudden train ride, and pub-
wagon
board when Turner's appoint used for shoulder padsin flare.up. If an extinguisher is lic on the Weekl
Creg Keightley celebrated his Now as this letter is written, ment came up dresses and jackets, and used, the user should stand back Wachee appearances grounds. ''Jlr
11th birthday Saturday with a he is sound asleep with Butchat "I've known Dr. Turner as sometimes for padding in var- and aim short bursts at the base In addition to the fame and <
party at the Crawfordville Woman's the head of his bed. a colleague) and friend for many ious types of under garments. of the flames. Dirt or sand may glory the title brought Miss .I
Club. There were about When his toys get broken, his years," Bailey said "I sup- Special sheets for baby beds be the only readily available Universe $10,000 personal t u
40attending. Cake, ice cream elbows scraped, or his head gets pose he has gained the most frequently are made of a layeror means to smother a small engine appearance contract, $7500 in I
and punch were served. bumped I CAN FIX THEM, national recognition for design- rubberized fabric with cottor fire Pulling the wires off cash anda trunkful of clothes!

Mr. L. D. but Mr. Driver, when he starts ing the AmericanL.n vs Com flannel on each side. Many smoldering engine parts suchas
Agent ((80)) Taylor, County across that street HE IS IN munism course But I knew him articles having a looped or pilec the generator or starter mo-
Memorial entered Tallahassee YOUR HANDS. as a leader in improving the surface such as throw rugs and tor will sometimes prevent I
Hospital Monday.. Much as I wish 1 could, it's quality of instruction ir all olFlorlda's small pieces of carpeting havea flames from developing. --- -- -
Mrs. Commodore not possible for me to be with schools"Turner rubberized vacuum. Knee or If the upholstery is on fire,
Taff public In Praise of ThriftA
ed Tallahassee Memorial enter-Hospital him :.. ill times. I have to has been director of elbow patches onchlldren's the material should be soaked
Monday. work to pay for his home, his clothing sometimes are applied thoroughly with water. Snow,
clothes, and his education.So instructional services for the with a rubber base adhesive. sand or dirt is useful if nothingelse governmental unit that not only stayed within its budget

Mr. Billy Walker, County Mr. Driver, PLEASE: help education department since 1961. State Fire Marshal Williams is available. Dry chemical but spent only one-sixth of the money allotted it, has been
Commissioner Is a patient at me to look out for him. PLEASE He u a former principal ol stated that articles of allot or carbon dioxide exting- singled out for praise by Sen. Allen Ellender (D.-La.).
schools in Leon
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.Mrs. drive carefully, PLEASE drive Ponce De these types have been respon- uishers may not put out the fire. "A situation has come to light which is highly commendable,"
slowly past schools and at in- Graceville and DeFuniat sible for dryer fires. After the fire is out,the smoldering Alaska
said "In March of last a Temporary
C. L. Rehwlnkcl left tersections. And, PLEASE remember Springs, and Joined the state Foam rubber, as used 101 seat should be removed If the legislator. year
Tuesday to visit her sister in that sometimes childrenrun education department staff in cushioning appears to be especially possible Upholstery fires can Claims Commission was created to settle differences betweenthe
Centralia 111. who is seriously from behind parked cars. 1957 as a general consultant. susceptible to this continue to bum deep down and federal government and the state of Alaska involving: disputed I

ill. On her way she will stop PLEASE don't run over my lit- The 48-year-old educator is a spontaneous heating hazard A burst into flame later, so care property. I
in Knoxville Tenn. to visit tle guy! native of Piedmont, Ala.. holdsa foam rubber pillow was Inadvertently must be taken to be sure every "The commission was given $33,000 to carry out its work
her daughter and family. Thanking you in advance for master's degree from Florida left very close to a spark is out"There On May 6th of this year, the chairman of the commission announced

Mr. the added precautions I know and a doctorate in education burning electric light bulb. are routine precautionsthat that its duty had been fulfilled, with an expenditureof
Moody Pearce spent you will take. from Florida State Universityand About an hour later the rubberwas every driver can take to only 535402."
Tuesday and Wednesday In Pen- found to be smoulderingeven avoid fires, "theAllstate -
sacola on business. Ver)' sincerely yours, is active in professional representative
A much concerned Father educator ranks. though the cotton pillow pointed out "Fuel
He and his wife Dorothy slip did not show any signs of line and electrical troubles
scorching. In another case, an should be corrected Immediately -
Hamilton Turner, have one son, THAT BIG-GOVERNMENT HCHE
office chair with a foam rubber extra electrical equipment
Thomas 18.
I
seat pad was left almost touch- should always be Installed by
The Leon Wakulla Junior College
I Ing a wall heater. The next competent mechanics and, of
GRAND'SLAM was authorized by the Leg- morning, the rubber was foundto course, smokers should be careful -
islature last spring and is Just be almost completely consumed with cigarettes in the car
now in its formative stages. A yet the plastic coveron and the disposal of cigarettes. L

,president was hired to direct the seat showed hardly any A well equipped car should TNFR
the construction and start look. sign of burning. In these cases, carry fire extinguisher. "The r r iG
ing around for the staff wtih the article did not actually burst best extinguisher for a car fire
which to operate the two-year into flame, but this might have lsa2-l/2 pound or larger one, "
Clean Up college occurred under somewhat different said Eisenbart. "A dry chemical Y
circumstances.Like or C02 type should be sufficient -
many spontaneous heat and this is not an expensive
ing reactions this one does not precaution. "

by any means happen every
Academies time, and in fact is the exception -
Open
rather than the rule. Some
For articles might go through the SAFETY WARNING ON
ApplicationFor dryer many times and not show USE OF PESTICIDES

Admission any signs of spontaneous heat- f''ER rri.71
SALEWe're' ing, "The trouble Is we don't Gainesville Read the label

know exactly how or why this carefully on the pesticide. A PoQ
Applications are being taken reaction takes lace", said State This word advice comes qc
during September from hign Fire Marshal Williams "and from John S t r a y e r. assistant

school seniors interested in attending there is no way to guess when it entomologist, Florida. Agricul-
West Point Annapolis might occur. Although tural Extension Service.On .
or the Air Force Academy spontaneous heating reaction is the label you will find the
Wheelin' andDealin' Congressman Don Fuqua said started by heat within the dryer best Ideas for the safe use of
COME today he will name at least one it can continue even after the the pesticide. Many people
young man from the district to articles are removed from the disregard the warnings and use
Out each of the academies and that dryer. This depends on whetheror more than the amount recom-

all interested young men should not the heat from the react- mended.
ON IN The Values. submit their names to his office ion can dissipate quickly enough Many pesticides can be pol-
sonour If swallowed. Keep
C. after the article is removedfrom
in Washington D.
the them out of the reach of child-
Here Are Formal applications may be State Fire dryer.Marshal Williams ren and household pests.
obtained by writing Congressman
offered the following recommendations When fields are sprayed great
Fuqua at 1223 Longworth to housewives and to care should be used to keep cer- I
Some HOB, Washington, D. C. Fuqua operatorsof commercial dryers tain kinds of pesticides from r o II I
said applicants are given a physical 1. For do drifting to other crops where
11963 Ford. complete safety
. $1195
Civil
and
examination a the results be
can damaging.
I 'a ton pick not machine dry any article
up ready to fn 1950 Jeep . $245 Service examination which aid which might con tain rubber Be careful In using pesticides I

1958 Chevrolet. $495 Station Wagon, nm good good in selecting the best qualified Air dry them at normal tem- around water especially ponds.
lire, clean I Ideal lor hunting applicants. Misuse of a pesticide can cause BLOCKING JOB CREATION 4
VI door ttdin. automatic car peratl 'u.
tranamlailon. radio heater Fuqua said the formal appointments 2. Even If something which damage to water plants and e-
will be made in contains rubber Inadvertentlygets ven kill the fish. Private industry has been urged by the Federal

1953 Pick-Up $250 1964 Falcon : $1395 January 1966 Into the dryer the fire If you take extra time to read Government to help solve the economic problemsof
International 'i-Ion. null real low and the label and the correct
Pick up truck mileage be minimized (I the use
food fine for rialUnf. on. owner danger load Is can immediately removed amount of pesticide you will Appalachia. Yet, when a private company an-

MRS. CORA ELIZABETH from the machine after dryingandtheartlclesseparatedso get safe and desired results. nounces a multi-million dollar construction project

1964 MonIa. $1595 HEARN that that would create thousands of jobs and acceleratethe
.
j
radio 1960 Ford . $795
Coupe; t'lpeed t/.nlmlnton they can cool off quickly.
? A federal
of wide what
healer Slur barfaUi > truck progress a area, happens -
i ton pick up Elizabeth He
Cora am, age State Fire Marshal William
75 of Creek Community asked MEDICARE WARNING department tries to block the project.
Spring that all dryer fires nc
1956 Buick $195 11963, VW. $995. died Monday morning in matter how moderate the dam Social Security Administrator I
4 door rum good Pick up truck the Carrabelle Community age be reported promptly the Robert M. Ball has warned The Duke Power Company filed an application I

1963 Pontiac $2195 Hospital. She was a native of fire department. Only in this persons over 65 not to relinquish last January with the Federal Power Commission
$1095
GRAND PRIX S door Hardtop 1963 Ford V8.Ilr.eondIUontd, Alabama and a member of the way can especially burnable any hospital or medical for a vast steam and hydro-power complex in the I
with radio' tuater 4 In the. Fordor. sedan.;Itrll.h .hlft. Primitive Baptist Church. The products be discovered and the insurance they now have since
,
IIdla heater of South Carolina. Eventually it would i
floor and air conditioning: family has requested no flowersbe manufacturer notified so that the provisions of the Medicare western tip

sent but anyone desiring to corrective measures can be ta- legislation do not go into effect cost $700 million, bring an estimated $18 million I
1964 Chevelle $2195 1963 Corvair $795 do so may send donations to the ken. and
Malibu Sport Coupe, power Panel: clean, economical light Spring Creek Primitive Baptist until July 1 of 1966.The warn into state and local treasuries, add some $24- I
atcrlnf. automatic tranamlulon dell"'l7 track Church. ing was issued after applications million to federal tax revenues. The entire project

radio heater 1962 Wagon $1295 Funeral services were held WILLIE G. CORE for aid flooding into would be financed with private funds; not one cent

1960 Chevrolet. $695 Ford Country Squire: .t.oori.air-. Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 Social Security offices indicated would be required of taxpayers.Now .
4 door with radio and beater.eondtnoae4 I P.M. In the Spring Creek Prim- Willie George Core 82, 'a that many had the false
heater
clan. itive Baptist Church. The Rev. resident of Tallahassee for 38 Impression that Medicare was the Department of the Interior has com
Willie McKenzie officiated and died Monday morning at already in being.PROBING .
burial followed In Linda Cayle his years home at 1322 N. BronoughSt. forward with a petition to the FPC to compel Duketo

Cemetery. ,I 4 purchase its future energy requirements from
ALFORD.CHEVROLET Survivors are a niece, Mrs. I I Graveside services were heldat BUSINESS- federal projects. Where would the federal
Opal Wade Spring Creek; one 3:30: P M. Wednesday at "About the same time the power
brother Ed Patillo, Portland Zion Hill Cemetery In Wakulla President was telling businessto power come from? It would be generated at a pro

Oregon one sister, Mrs. Dettle County with the Rev. E. V. banish its fears" reports posed hydro plant to be built with nearly $100

Pearl Bloodsworth Scale Ala- Padgett officiating J. A. Cul- Sen. Roman Hruska R.-Neb. million of the taxpayers money at a site which
bama; also, several nephews Funeral Home was
Sons
and
and nieces. in ley charge of arrangements.A "he sent a request to Congress would take 23,000 acres of land off local tax roll.
Pallbearers were Alfred Vickers native of Wakulla County for 600 more investigators and

Pete Joiner, Cary Council Core was a member of the Zion prosecutors for the five regulatory In addition to generating power, the. private

Theo Oaks Albert Brown andT. Hill Methodist Church in that agencies FPC, FTC enterprise project planned by Duke would provide
A. Raker.R. FCC, SEC and the Food and
county.He I recreation facilities and flood
water supply con
L. Riley Funeral Home of is survived by his widow, Drug Administration. How ,
.CO Carrabelle was in charge of Mrs. Minnie V. Core one son, the employment of 600 would trol. The federal projects would not.

arrangements. Myers Core; a daughter Mrs. : banish the businessmen's fears
federal ru1.Iy.
brother Question Does the government
,
Roscoe R. Moore one and make the heavy hand of
Gerald D. Core; two sisters want private enterprise to provide the jobs that
and static
complacent regulations
2 Lots To Serve You 327 N. Adams During the past and 10 civil years air-' Mrs.Mrs. L.A.1.R.Pararo Haygood, Sr. ,; four and a little lighter has never'- solve economic problems? If it does, it might be
military
I 74 new
, i ports have been built In Florida grandchildren and seven great- been explained." well to pass the word to hose who are inclined to

to push the state total to grandchildren, all of Tallahassee spending tax funds' ai the cure for every social or
218 airport. .
-1414 S. Monroe economic ill.IIVI' .
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-- I THURSDAY, SimiBIR II, IMC

\ S'OLDBTHE'C'HUNK r Home Safety

More arndcnti occur at home WATERWAYS GROUP
where people! fret they safe
are
Along with the rrarVrr barrel rrn homrmakrr ran rhonic mild.oap other I MEETS IN TAMPA
than al place according
I huge rakes of ....p were a familiar with AT-7, which protect .to ufety any experts in a new color
sight|| in the old general ilurr Sold the kin against bacteria savors film "Safety In The Home" produced J\ Tampa Florida Secretary of
the it State Tom Adams will be the
by (wind was nil off individually .wrapped and in a by Encyclopaedia Britan-
rhunVi "10 order" hy the il..n>- variety of lori to mil individual mrs Films Inc The film follow 4 principal speaker at an all-day

arrprr Thr rap. | wan drab and tailri Modern deodorant map u a family through il.% daily activino Tampa Waterways Conference
hash to the itin Today, he which will take place Friday
IIHK- a l>oon to brauh and health relating him airidenti ran be
(Sept. 17) in "amp*.
l hy lenie"A
prevented using -ommon
Randolph Hodges, director of
the Florida Board of Conservation -
also will address the con-
ference.A .
business session will be held
t inthe auditorium of the Creat-
er Tampa Chamber of Commerce -
iI from 10:00 A. M. until

noon.
Status reports will pre given by
t Newt Creekmore, Chairman of
L
the Big Bend Navigation District -
I II : ) William F. Grey, chairman
I of the Suwannee-Anclote
j1 aiaiiI
; Navigation District) W. A. Mc-
Penny Cree, Jr. chairman of the Flo-
rida Canal Authority; and De-

wey A. Dye, Jr. president of
Saved the Florida Waterways Associa

t tion.Col. Payton Tabb (USA), district -
engineer of the U. S. Ar-
Is A my Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville -
will present an engin-
_. 1N i eering projects report at the

PennyEarned" i FARM FAVORITE-The Dodge D-100 Swept line is a versatile vehicle now available'I business session.
William F. Poe chairman of
i in two wheelbases with maximum Gross vehicle weight rating of 5,200 pound and the Tampa Port Authority, and

maximum payload of nearly 1,700 pounds. It offers a choice of Slant Six or V-8 Jack P. Fitzgerald, manager of
I II engine. The new 128-inch wheelbase offers excellent weight! distribution for camper use. the Tampa Port Authority, are

coordinating the Friday pr0-

I II HIGH WATER SEEN I ACADEMY APPLICATIONS gram.
II
I HERE FROM BETSY WANTED THIS MONTH .

I Local residents and coastal
Congressman Don Fuqua urged
residents spent! some anxious
I moments Thursday and Friday young men who are now seniors
in high school and who are Interested -
of Hurricane
I YOUR MONEY EARNS BIG I awaiting Betsy.Wakulla the. outcome in attending West Point, In Florida,
Annapolis or the Air Force
Civil Defense ,
DIVIDENDS QUARTERLY Director W.County S. Schley reported Academy to make their applications in the game room
Thursday afternoon that high during the month of

Heed the wise old saying of Ben Franklin and start water had caused damage at September. beer's the one. .
Park. Pointing out that he will nameat
Mashes Point Wayside
saving today. From the very day you make your first Schley said that there was high least one young man from I for taste
afternoon in St. the district to each of the aca- good ( ,
dividends. And water Thursday
deposit, your pennies begin earning big Creek. Met- demics, Fuqua said that he was I
Maria and Spring
every three months (four times a year) these dividendsare calfc's Crab House in Panacea most interested In having all good
surrounded by young men interested in such
compounded and paid. Start saving todoyl! i was water completely after high tide on Thurs- appointments to be considered."It funtN
is our policy to arrange fora ,
day.Reports from Alligator Point physical examination and for \

said several summer homes had applicants to take a Civil Ser-
i their foundations eroded as vice examination to aid us in
I well as a section of road near selecting best qualified applicants -
i the Wayside Park was closed Fuqua noted, "and
I because of pounding waves. 1 am most interested in having
LEWIS STATE BANK Damage of the facilities additional applications. Nat-
I Wayside Park were noted. urally it takes some time and I Ir
Wakulla Civil Defense Unit preparation for these tests which
was active throughout the em are helpful to the applicant and
Florida's Oldest ergency. in making final decisions on
these appointments, andwe are
I
; asking that those young men
Member- Federal Dpo Insurance Corporation Interested submit their namesto
.
I our "office during this You name your game, ping-pong or check
month.
The Congressman pointed out T ers, cards or chess. Play it hard, and it

that all that Is to be
necessary takes a lot out of you. That's when you
placed in consideration is for
the Interested young man to like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy
write him in Washington, D.
your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer was
C., and a formal application
would furnished immediate made to relax with. Made to refresh you cool

NEW RATE REDUCTION ly."We have outstanding young you, cheer your taste. So next time you're playingsome

men from all pans of our district sociable at-home game, take time
attending all three aca-
demies at present, Fuqua not- out for the companionable taste of beer. t:1\

ed, "and service careen following UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. \!!
graduation are rewardingto P.0 SOX 173 WINTER PARK.FLORIDA
the graduate and to the na-
BENEFITS 96 % OF OUR
tion. I am hopeful that many
more young men will make application -
for consideration during I
this month. I -

pointments Fuqua --iilfthat' would be formal made ap-I S'.Tt'YE RE YELL

RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERSBilla January of 1966.HURRICANE .

,I II I P FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE



for Nectric.ervice' wr reduced effective August 1965 to INFORMATION FINANCING ARRANGED AT S 1/4%

give effect to the 4% reduction In our corporate Income tax Gainesville Are you fami- ; i
,1 liar with hurricane terminology ANY TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE
The company has saved and set add th* amount ol O/ ?
the Pftderallncome since WAKL1LA COUNTY NO" TIE} COASTAL AREA
> tax reduction this order: was Initially The three hurricane alerts everyone SERVING
received and a refund of more than on. million dollar should be familiar with
will b. made to customer in September. (Th. refund will b. are "Hurricane Watch", "Hur YU4-2J01 YU4-7435 102-2191
reflected. by a credit to each residential customer ricane Warning", and "Gale
blll.d In September. If you moved or had your electric meter Warning", lays Elwyn Holmes PANACEA FLORIDA
disconnected for any reason during the period from February t rural civil defense specialist, .. ,
through July 3t, tgee please contact our office to make sure Florida Agricultural Extension LET US. BUY OR SELL FOR YOUTALLAHASSEE '
you have received. full amount of the refund due you.) Service.
When a hurricane reaches a
position that offers a threat to a
Ato IAn MIW IATi IIIIItICTION ne MO'I
wide area, the area is put on I

''I HERE'S THE CHANGE.ft ;M: KWN 1 :in 3 i :u: hurricane there Is no watch.Immediate This danger means,

I IN ELECTRIC RATES totuaorwN us a.n ... f '} but everyone In the area should
listen for further advisories and THEATRES
NOT ISO KWH ua 4.11 be ready to take precautionaryaction

All d the"" compulltOOI, IOCIIIIII .n"l edpnmemn) d TOTAL 300. kWM all .. 1M 35 Lt2i0Mhsnahntrite If warnings are Issued. FLORIDA STATETODAY I
r "rfftlaSnrmWri4er The hurricane warning comes .
Tie wing, dlasmrn rpp eat in al I sure re/ssa flMIt MOO TOO kWM 1U' 14.S6 as soon as it is felt that an area 'III '- ,
zit,1M"erg' !hIeuatl! has reel It mesh road Ta5AL' tale kWM )IUt ,t tip Ii t,""",,8.1t will feel the full effects of the
"'lit"ma' 1M tsendry I Indocn hurricane, such as high winds, ,
NOT 100 OWN '.10 16,0 and
dangerously high water,
TOTAL 1100 IIWIf .. #IUI,211.ft: E\ Attar very rough seas. It is not the THRU. SATURDAY TODAY THRU. SAT.
hurricane eye or center which
causes damage and casualties.
NEW LOW RATES FOR BIO RESIDENTIAL USERS It lathe high tides, strong Miriam Hopkins i Sandra Dee

A new low rata for all electricity ud above 1.000 KWH winds, and heavy winds that IN'I Bobby Darin
per month I la now In effect for our residential cutomr accompany 1t, Holmes says. I. Donald O'Connor
windsof .
Gala indicate
The new rate I'e 1.S cent per KWH plus billing adjustment; warnings ;'FANNY Mil"
than 38 miles hour,
more per F
formerly the lowest rate was 1.O Cents per KWH force. "THAT FUNNY FEELING"
but of less than hurricane
plus billing
adjuatmtfntW They ay be used as a warning
believe this! new low rate will be especially welcome for coastal sections adjacent to
to our all-lctric customers and othr using electricair an area under hurricane warn-

conditioning and heating ing. PARRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIYE-M
Hurricane for 1965
names
,
MOST NON-RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS ALSO BENEFIT Besides Anna and Betsy, other OUTDOOR ON WOOOYILLI HWT.
...
Depending upon rate schedules applicable to their rqulrmnt, names arcs Carol, Debbie, Elena ". :- .
these cuetom.e alto shoe In this latest rate reduction.7M Frances, Gerda; Holly, Today thru Sat.
Inga Jenny, Kara, Laurie, Today, Fri. Ii Sat. '
Martha, Netty, Orva, Peggy,
Rhoda, Sadie, Tanya, Virgy Gregory Peck "GIRL HAPPY"and

aeifb nIe/ and Wenda. Diane Baket .


1riJ FLORIDA "MIRAGE" "PLEASURE SEEKERS"and .
I
li POWER CORPORATION ind
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n rout ,...-.._.*riro-MM 11 nrcnx aevurr e Dwelling fires have cot Debbie Reynolds
U. 8, homeowner more than
$300,000,000: yearly since 1958, "COODBY CHARUE" ''QUICK" BEFORE IT MELTS"
National Fir Protection A.o-
elation figure ihow. More than ifSOAP

a half-million home were damaged .... J
or destroyed each year. .
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